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GENERAL REFERENCE 



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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



DEC 



11970 



SAN ?hr>NCI3CO 
PUPI->n i-!f?RARY 



REFERENCE BOOK 

Not to be taken from the Library 



GENERAL REFERENCE 




ESTABLISHED IN 1850. 

EMBRACING 



r* OTJ]Xr ID 

MACHINE, BOILER, FORGING and SMITHING, 

Pallern aud f ooi Work Deprtiiieiits, Drawing aul Lilrary Rooms, Etc. 



GEOUGE W\ FOGG, SLiperintendent. 



IRA P. RANKIN. 



ALBERT P. BRAYTON. 



These works have now been In successful operation for the past twenty years. From a comparatively small 
beginning in the year 1850, its increasing patronage has each year demanded enlarged facilities, until our establish- 
ment, in all its appointments, will compare favorably with that of any similar one in the country. 

Our patterns, in variety and extent, are unsurpassed ; embracing the latest improvements in all classes of ma- 
chmery. adapted to its use on this coast. Our several departments are well equipped with skillful workmen, and effl- 
lent tools; enabling us to execute all orders entrusted to ns promptly, and In the most workmanlike manner. Mith am- 
ple facilities for doing work, as also for procuring bur supplies from first hands, we are enabled to give our customers 
first class machinery at prices frequently paid for inferior work. The most skillful designing and engineering talent, 
applying to the various branches of mechanical work, constantly at the service of our customers. 

Orders for all classes of Machinery, Castings or Boiler Work, promptly executed at the most leasonablc rates. 

Particular attention given to Steamboat and Stenm^liip Work. Minfm 



ipproved conetructioii. 



lining and Hoisting Machinery of the most 



'St and Fremont Streets, between Mission and Howard, 



SAN FKANOISCO. 



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GEORGE HOWES. JABEZ HOWES. 

George Howes & Co, 




-Shipping and Commission 

MERCHANTS, 

No. 802 California Street, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



No. 117 "Wall Street, - - New York. 



FOR NEW YORK. 



AGENTS FOR SUTTON & GO'S 

DTSF^TCH LINE 

CLIPPER SHIPS from New Yorlto San FrailMO. 



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NEW YORK LINE via PANAMA. 

steamships, Siiiewheel, 3000 tons. 

HENRY CHAUNCEY, MONTANA, ARIZONA and CONSTITUTION. 

Iron Screws, 3000 tons. 

ACAPULCO, COLON, GRANADA, COLIMA, CITY OP PANAMA. 

Leave New York every alternate Saturday. Leave San Francisco every alternate "Wed- 
nesday, at 12 o'clock noon, calling at Acapulco only both ways. 

Central American and Mexican Line. 

.steamers. Screws. Iron, 2000 tons. 

HONDURAS, SALVADOR, WINCHESTER, COSTA RICA. 

Sidewheel. 

DAKOTA, ST. LOUIS, ANCON. 

Leave San Francisco for Panama every alternate Thursday, at 12 o'clock noon, calling 
at San Pedro, San Diego, Cape St. Lucas, Mazatlan, San Bias, Manzanillo, Acapulco, Port 
Angel, Salina Cruz, Tonala, San Benito, Champerico, Sececapa, Tecajote, San Jose de 
Guatemala, Acajutla, La Libertad, La Union Amapala, Corinto, San Juan del Sur, Punta 
Arenas. 

China Line. 

steamers, Sidewheel, 4500 tons. 

CHINA, COLORADO, GREAT REPUBLIC and ALASKA. 

Iron Screws, 5,000 Tons. 

CITY OP PEKING and CITY OP TOKIO, VANCOUVER and 
and VASCO DE GAMA (Chartered). 

(Also Five Iron Screw Steamers, 4000 tons each, building.) 

Leave San Francisco on the 1st and 1.5th of every month at 12 o'clock noon, for Hong 
Konflf via Yokohama, Japan. Leave Hong Kong for San Francisco every alternate 



Wednesday. 



GOLDEN AGE, 



Shanghai Branch. 

steamers, Sidewheel, 2-500 tons. 

OREGONIAN, COSTA RICA and NEVADA. 



Leave Yokohama for Shanghai, via tfie Inland Sea of Japan, calling at Hiogo and 
Nagasaki four times a Month, and Hakodate on the 1st of every month, 

OFFICE IN SAN FRANCISCO: 

Corner of Sacramento and Leidesdorff Streets. 

WHARF CORNER ;0F BRANNAN AND FIRST STREETS. 

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JAMES OTIS. W. A. MACONDRAY. F. W. MACONDRAY. 

MACONDRAY & CO. 
MERCHANTS, 

AND IMPORTERS OF 

Cliina and Japan Teas, 
No. 206 SANSOME ST., San Francisco. 



Apts for tie Yanj-Tze Iisiraie Associatioi, Slailai, 



AND 



H®li20HS nil ©I iMlllS ff^CElf i. 

LOCAN & CO. 

No. 19 Montgomery Street, 107 and 109 Sutter Street, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

BERLIN ZEPHYR WOOLS, 

Embroideries, Patterns, Canvas, 

EMBEOIDERINO FLOSS AND TWIST, 

And all other Articles for Needle Wort, at Wholesale and Eetail. 

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M.ULLMAN&00. 

BEAVERS, DOESKINS, 

Cassimeres, A^estings, 

IiiJDIli' iliOAEIlii, 

TAILORS' TEIMMIISraS, 

Oiiiligijlllliiiiii Liilti" Oklhi^ 
626, 628 and 630 Sacramento Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

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C L. GILLER, 

iiiiial lipif ii iii Hi ilil©!^ 

430 Montgomery Street, 

Over U. S. Sub Treasury, SAJ^ :E'RAjYCISCO, 



SEALS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
Monograms for Stamping and Embossing, 

Crests, Coats of Atdis, Dies for Metal Stainpin^, Hat 

Tips, Boot Dies, Emhossing Dies, Steel and 

Brass Stamps, Initials, Boolcbinder 

Dies and Tools, 

AND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF 



MR. GILLER has no rival on the Pacific Coast for supe- 
rior workmanship. 



All Work done at most Reasonable Rates. 
430 Montgomery Street, 

SAJ^ FRAJVCISCO. 



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EXCEi-SlOB mON WOBKS, 

!No. I5i:and 153 BEALE STREET, 




lAME^ J. &A^LA&MBB, 



MAHUKACTUREK OF ALL KINDS OF 



ArcMtectural ani Orimefltal Iron Ifort 

Bconkljand Store Vaults, Safes, Doors, Locks, Shutters, Balcony, 
Area and Cemetery Railings, Gates, Stairs, etc. 

A.\\ kinds of Blacksmithing and Jobbing done with promptness 
and at reasonable prices. 

QrdeiTB Imm the Count^j P^omptlj Isecitti. 



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Nos. 225 and 227 BEALE ST., 

Between Howard and Folsom, - SAN FRANCISCO. 



CHARLES H. LEAVITT, 

MAI<CFACTURER| 

Steel LinedlBank Vaults, Wrought Iron Girders, 

Fire-Proof Doors, Prison Cells, 

Burglar, Fire-Proof, and Silverware Safes,[ 

Bussey's Patent Combination Burglar Proof 

CONTAINING MILLIONS OF CHANGES. 

Detachnble Knobs, no Key. A large assortment of Combination and Key Locki 
1 on hand, latest ImproTed Shears, Punches, Dies, etc., lor Cold Iron Works. 

■constantly on HAND A LARGB ASSORTMENT O! 

FIRE-PROOF DOORS AND SHUTTERS. 



H. A. PLATE. 




WM. B. COTREL. 


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WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD, 

' Marble Hall, 632, 634 & 636 Montgomery St. 



Corner of Washington, 



SAN FRANCISCO 



• CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. 
Residences Furnished from Basement to Attic, with Plain, Sub- 
stantial and First-class Goods. 
Private Contracts for Every Description of Goods. 

Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast for the Sale of 

MacleyJalterHo'sPateDtGaiEte 

:^oltex-s AXXC3. XjAtlx IVC^olxxxxes. 

Also Agent for J.'A. Fay & Co., of Cincinnati. Wood Work- 
ing Machinery of all Kinds. 

223 Mission St., Bet. Eeale a nd Main, S. F. 

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W. STEINHART, CHARLES ADLER, 

J. STEINHART, SAMUEL SCHOLLE. 



W. & J. STEINHART & CO. 

IMPORTERS OF 




Cloii&GiiisFmiii 



lOS. 3 im 5- lAfTllf SflBEf, 
Oriental Block, SAF FEANCISCO. 



STEINHART, ADLER & CO., 84 Thomas Street, New York. 

PACIFIC POTTERY, 

CORNER 31st AND J STREETS, SACRAMENTO. 

Depot, No. 3 California St., San Francjsco 

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MANUFACTURERS OF 





FIRE BRICK 

Earthen and Stoneware, 



WATER AND SEWERAGE PIPE. 

J. 13. OTS^ElSrS - - - ^^ent. 









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NOTICES, fc^ ^ .^ > 1 LABELS, 

u£Sii. ^.Ar iniiiiy. 



CIRCULARS, 

VISIIIHS CAMS, 




HANDBILLS, 

^ POSTERS, ETC. 



JOHN ROACH 

Transits, Levels, Solar Transit, Coiasses, 

Chains, Scales, Tapes, Drawing Instruments, Telescopes, Mountain 
Barometers, Brewers' Thermometers, Gauges and Ther- 
mometers for Sugar Pans, and made to order 
for Special Purposes. 



A29 Montgomery St., S, W. Cor. Sacramento. 



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BLAKE, BOBBINS & CO. 



■IMPOBTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



Book, NowSi Writing 



-A.3Nri3 



WRAPPING PAPER 

Straw and Binders' Boards, 
Black and Colored Inks, 



ALSO, MANUFACTURERS OF 



I-Pl^ -»!!|^,— kim^^^JPftta^^ 



^nd Agents for tlie 

LICK AND SARATOGA PAPER MILLS, 

Nos. 5 1 6 Sacramento and 5 1 9 Commercial Streets. 



FRANCIS BLAKE, ^ T t, » -« . ,» . 

JAMES MOFFiTT, tsAN Francisco. J Between SaBsome and Montgoiery, 

CHAS. F. BOBBINS, ) 1 FRANCIftCO 

JAMES W. TOWNE, New York. [ ^AN FRANCISCO. 

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4miri§ii Bill: 

Incorporated in Geneva, Switzerland, January 20tli, 1873. 



HEAD OFFICE IN GENEVA. 



imi, - - - fW0 IttUOi DOIMIS 

ONE MILLION PAID UP. 



[President, 



- HENRY HENTSOH. 
FRANCIS BERTON, ROBERT WATT. 



SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH, 

Successor to Messrs. HENTSCH & BERTON, 



This Bank is prepared to grant Letters of Credit on Europe, and to transact every 
kind of Banking, Mercantile and Exchange Business, and to negotiate American 
Securities in Europe. 

DEPOSITS RECEIVED. 

BILLS OF EXCHANQE ON 



NEW YORK, 
MVERPOOt. 
liOJTDON, 
PARIS, 
EYOJfS, 
BORDEAUX, 
MARSEir.EE, 
BRl'SSEES, 
HAMBIRG, 
GEXOVA, 
EOCARNO, 
THOMA, 



BEREIX, 
FRAKKFORT, 
GENEVA, 
ZURICH, 
BASEE, 
ST. GAEE, 
WINTERTHCR, 
BERN, 
NEUCHATEE, 
OEOSON, 
ElIGANO, 
MENBRISIO. 



CHAUX-DE-FOrUS, 
SOEOTHERN, 
EAESANNE, 
BADEN, 
CHER, 
SHAFFHAESEN, 
FRIBOERG, 
EECERN, 
AARAE, 
BEEEINZONA, 
MIEAN, 



An ASSAY OFFICE is annexed to the Bank. Assays of gold, silver, quartz ores 
and sulphurets. Returns in coin or bars, at the option of the depositor. 

Advances made on bullion and ores. 

Du.st and bullion can be forwarded from any part of the country and returns made 
through Wells, Fargo & Co., or by checks. 



Consul for Switzerland and Portugal, FRANCIS BERTON. 



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THE HiBERNIA 



INCORPORATED 12th ARRIJO, 1859. 



Office, N. E. Cor. Montgomery and Market Sts. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



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

Secire anl ProfltaWe InveslDieil for M Mm, 

And may he ve 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. I Treasurer, - - EDWARD MARTIN 
Vice-President, - CD. O. SULLIVAN. | Attorney, - • - RICHARD TOBIN 

Any person can become a Depositor of this Society on paying an entrance Fee of TWO 
DOLLARS, and subscribing to the By-Laws. 

J8®" Deposits can be Made of any sum from ONE DOLLAR to any amount. -«« 

LOANS MADE ON SECURITY OF REAL ESTATE WITHIN THE CITY ANO COUNTY. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

INCORPORATED JULY 23, 1837. 

!m, Wf&. §19 &Mj Mr@@t, 

SAN FRANCISCO 



OFFICERS. 
E. W. BURR, President. CYRUS W. C ARM ANY, Cashier. 

A. H. RUTHERFORD, Auditor. BENJ. O. DEVOE, Sttrveyob. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

E. W. BURR, WM. BOSWORTH, J. W. CUDWORTH, J. M. SHOTWELL. 

BENJ. O. DEVOE, R. J. TIFFANY. T. L. RUTHERFORD, E. F. NORTHAM. 

ISAAC HYDE, ANNIS MERRILL, H. L. KING. 



Deposits, $10,500,000. Reserve Fund, $325,000, 

DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM TWO AND ONE-HALF DOLLARS UP TO ANY AMOUNT. 

Dividends declared semi-annually— in January and July of each year. 
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^WESTERN 

SAVINGS AND TRUST CO, 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 
Northeast Cor. Post and Kearny Streets. 



CAPITAL, Subscribed, - $1,000,000. 
CAPITAL, Paid up, - - $260,000. 



H. J. BOOTH, FREDRIC CLaY, J, H. GRIFFITHS, 

President. Yice-Prest. and Cashier. , Secretary. 

DIRECTORS: 

H. H. Haight. Fbedric Clay, H. J. Booth, Isaac Lohman. 

L. S. Adams. Simon Schreiber. L. B. Harris. J. J. Meaburn. 

Peter Spreckles. Adolph Weske. H. Molixeux. 



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JAMES COLE, - - - Proprietor. 
253 MAIN STREET, 

Travelers will find thia a fir«t-clas« Hotel in every respect. FREE COACH to 
and from the Hotel. 

French Savings and Loan Society. 

La Societe Eram^aise d'^pargmes et de pFeroyance 
MutmeEe. 

INCORPO RATED, FEBRUAR Y I, I860. 

GTJSTAVE DUSSOL, President. CAMILO MARTIN, Treasurer. 

GUST AVE MAHE, Director. 



Office, 41 I BUSH STREET, above KEARNY, 



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WM. T. COLEMAN tt CO. 

Commliiioii ani BMpping 
I MERCHANTS, 

SAN FRANCISCO AND NEW YORK. 



Receive ConsignrQents from all quarters; 
Make Advances on Approved Shipments ; 

Fill Orders for Staple Goods in all Markets; 

Buy and Sell and Charter Vessels for all Trades. 
Effect Marine and Fire Insurances— Local and Foreign. 



ALL INTERESTS INTRUSTED TO OUR CARE WILL 

HAVE OUR MOST FAITHFUL AND WATCHFUL 

ATTENTION. 

Land Mortgage Union 

OF CALIFORNIA. 



INCORPORATED 31st DECEMBER, 1870. 



Guaranteed Capital, - $250,000. 



OFFICERS: 
]Piesideiit, - - - J. H. FISH. 

DIRECTORS: 
ASA HARKER, J. H. FISH, C. MAIN, J. M. JOHNSON, 

A. HEMME, JOHN MORTON, T. R. HAYES. 

Secketart: JOHN T. CARTER. Treasurer: JOHN MORTON. 

Attorney: E. D. SAWYER. Surveyor: G. W. OSBORN. 

Architect: CHARLES GEDDES. 



Oioe: 634 California Street, San Francisco. 



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WM. BARTLING. 



HENRY KIMBALL. 



BARTLING & KIMBALL, 

Book-Binders, Paper Rulers 




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S. W. Corner Sansome, 



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B. H. FREEMAN & CO. 

STAIR BUILDERS 




NOS. 413 AND 415 MISSION STREET, 

icljoining Mechanics' Mill, bet. First aud Fremoat 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



iwrng 



^:u^||t=r-^'B,[i\JR^^^.7lJaho£anl/, Blach Walnut and 



Cedar for Sale. 



Constantly on hand and made to order 

Stdslaik, F§sts, Bdustsri, Its 



MACHINE WORKS 

210 and 212 Beale St. 



^'EAR HO WARD, 



SAJV FRAJVCISCO. 



Manufacturers Steam Engines 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

Mill and Mining Machinery 

Also make a Specialty of the Manufacture of Portable 
Hoisting Engines, for Mines and Dock Purposes. 

Mining Companies will find these Engines very economical, as their 
cost is trifling when compared with the cost of more elaborate machinery, 
and for which these Hoisting Engines answer all purposes for prospecting 
mines. 

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COMPANIA A VAPOR 

COLORADO 

La Compania Tiendra Comunicacion con los Puertos de Mejico y 
Arizona. 



PARA MAZATLAN LA PAS, GUAYMAS, MAGDALENA BAY, 
CABO DE SAN LUCAS, Y 

EL RIO COLORADO 

TOCANDO A LA PAZ DE IDA Y VUELTA 

LINEA BEGULAR P ABA LOS Puertos de Mejico. Saldran cada 20 

dias Uevando carga a precios reducidos. El Favorito Vapor 



APITAN, WILLIAM METZGE! 

Y EL FAVORITO VAPOR 



CAPITAN, - - - A. N. McDONNOUGH. 



A^ a E ]sr C I A. S : 

Mazatlan, _ - - - Mexico 

La Paz, - - - . Mexico 

G-naymas, - - - - Mexico 

FortYuma, - - - . Arizona 

Ehrenberg, - - - - Arizona 

Mohave, - - - - . Arizona 



El pasage se ha redueido mucho, y hay la mayor comodidad abordo 
para pasageres. 
Para informarse, tocando flete y pasage, ocurrase a 

610 Calle de Front. 

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MAKIl^E n^SURAl^CE. 

AGENCY OF THE 

PACIFIC MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 



E3TABLISEED ItT 1854. 



Capital and Asset s, $1,021,092.59. 

This Company traiisnctsi Mariue business only. 

ANDREW BAIRD, 316 California St. 

CHAS. BERNARD, 

Chartres Coffee and Spice Mills, 

. SALARATUS, CARE. SODA, CREAM OF TARTAR. 

707 &, 709 SANSOME ST., S. F. 

DR. LIBBEY, 

DENTIST, 

N. W. Cor. Kearny and Geary Sts. 

ENTRANCE ON GEARY, SAN FRANCISCO. 



CHY LUNG & CO. ^9. 

u IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN "^ 

^iHCAlTOHCRAPEEffiSMSeAESHi 

o f LACQUERED WOOD FANS, _. 

'd - f i • SIIiK HANDKERCHIEFS, «RASS CI.OTH> SATIK APUO^S, A^ 

Z ^ V ^^^ ALL KIHD.S OF CHINESE GOODS, -^X O 

< J^^^ B»T. KEARNT AND MONTGOMMRY, |-| I ."^ 

" — |-^ 9AN FRANCISGO. ^J 

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JOHN SKINKER. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



SOLE AQENT FOR THE PACIFIC COAST FOR 

DUPONT'S SUPERIOR 

MINING AND BLASTING POWDER, 

In Iron Kegs. 

ALSO, CANNON, MUSKET AND THEIR VARIOUS BRANDS OF 
ALSO 

EAQLE SAFETY FUSE COMPANY'S 

VARIOUS BRANDS OP NEVER FAILING 
ALSO, WINCHESTER REPEATING ARM'S CO'S 

REPEATING RIFLES. CARBINES AND MUSKETS. 

And Metalic Cartridges for Rifles and Pistols. For all kinds of Arms 
of American Manufacture. 

SA.1T fhaitcisco boileh. "wonzs, 

123 and 125 BEALE STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE 

Boilers of all Descriptions. 

Sole Manufacturer of the Celebrated 

SFXHAZ- BOZZiBB.. 

Sheet Iron "Work and Water Pipe of every 
description done at the shortest notice. Es- 
timates furnished for all kinds of 

SHEET IRON & HYDRAULIC PIPE. 

ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND KEPAIBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

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MANUFACTURER OF 

AfflllS MP lOPlIS, 

FOR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY. 

Also for Iron Fronts, Stoves, Fences, and Iron and Brass 
Work of every description. 

H. W ® ©#fm©p lfal©ma ami Pff©»©Ei iiraei^f 

(OVER GARRETT'S BRASS FOUNDRY.) 



Drawii SpeciflcatiOBS ai IMs for tie Patent Olce. 

Special attention is called to my 
Which is warranted to cut every style of geering in the most accurate manner. 



PMS&M&E9 EK0MMM&E 

AND 

POSTAL MONEY ORDERS, 

521 Sacramento Street, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Drafts on all Inmortait Points in 



Postal Money Orders to all Parts of Germany, Austria, 
Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Etc. 



EmllNmi Tl@k®iit East aai Wtsi. 

Collections on Europe. Passports Obtained. 

Orders from the Interior Eeceive Prompt Attention. 

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Bmou, loiiis 1 00. 

Fiffi aii MiMml Safes. 



Contractors forilthe' Mammoth Vault and 4,600 SAFES 
forrthe San Francisco Deposit Co. 

Also for two]immense IBurglar Proof SAFES for City and 
County Treasurer. 

Inluse by alljeading Banks, IVIerchants,!and Corporations 
Throughout.the Country. 

Send for Circulars, etc. 

BRYANT ^ TAYLOR, 

Gen'l Agents, Pacific Coast, 
312 CALIFORNIA STREET,!SAN FRANCISCO. 






CARPENTER AND BUILDER 



BELOW SANSOME, 



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AVATCHES. 




WEST SIDE OF FOURTH STREET, 

Between Harrison and Bryant, SAN PEAFOISCO. 



PRESIDENT: 
VICE-PRESIDENT: 

OLIATER ELDEIDGE. 

TREASURER: 

BANK OF CALIFORNIA. 

JBeorot^iry, - JbLJiJSO'Xt.'Sr OOZSZ. 

TRUSTEES: 

JOHN PARROTT, PETER DONAHOE, WILLIAM NORRIS, 

PAUL CORNELL, OLIVER ELDRIDGE. 

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SHIPPING Ai COMMISSION 

MERCHANT. 



STEAMERS 




J. P. WHITNEY, Master. 



C. H. BUTLER, Master. 

FOR 

COOS BAY, OREGON 

CALLING- AT 



Stagfis connect with these Steamers for ROSEBURG and TJMPQUA 
VALLEY, making weekly trips. 

The Steamers EMPIRE and EASTPORT connect with Steamers for 
COQUILLE RIVER. 



STEAMER 



MARY TAYLOR 

PARKER, -------- Master. 

For FORT ROSS, STEWART'S POINT, FISK'S MILLS, 

POINT ARENAS, MENDOCINO CITY, NEVARRO, and 

BRIDGEPORT, making regular trips every three days. 

For Freight or Passage, apply to 

Office, 106 DAVIS STREET, near California 

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C. E. WATKINS' 



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NO. 22 AND 26 MONTGOMERY ST. 

OPPOaiTE THE LIGK HOUSE ENTRAUOE. 




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Work of the finest quality only will be sent from this Gallery. Pictures Colored in 
Crayon, Water or Oil, by the best artists. 

OUR OOLLEOTIOlSr OF 



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^ COMPRISING LARGE AND MEDIUM, 

For Portfolios, Framing and Stereoscopes, is the largest and best in the United States, if not 
in the world, securing for us the 

Awarded by the Paris Exposition for Landscape Photographs in California. 

We cordially invite all to spend a leisure hour or two in examining our collection, and 
till 1 1 by visiting the wonders and beauties of 

Yosemite, the Mammoth Groves, 

And all other places of interest on the Pacific Coast. 



STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS, 



$l.BO per dozen. 



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Importer, Dealer and Manufacturer of 




Itm iii Etiil Wli 



AND WIRE OF ALL KINDS. 

ESTABLISHED 1857. 

Nos. 1 13 and 1 15 PINE STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Sole Proprietor of the 

Patent Endless Ropeway 



(Wire Tramway) for transporting Ores, etc., over mountainous places. 



Agent for Pacific Wire and W. K. Manufacturing Co., of California, 

AND 

Eichard Johnson & Nephew, Wire Manufacturers, Manchester, England 



'llllli (O^lFiillE, fillflllVMi gilflMfilS 

Are informed that "Wire Ropo can be furnished them considerably under the cost of Hemp 
or Manila, of equal strength. Wire Rope does not stretch or shrink by change of weather, 
It weighs 40 per cent, less than Hemp; is less than one-half the diameter; is easily spliced 
under all circumstances; is as pliable for equal strength; and is from four to Ave times as 
durable as the best Hemp or Manila Rope. 

jFbr Hoisting from Deep Mines, the economy of its application is immense. 

The Wire from which my Ropes are made is manufactured in San Francisco bj 
the Pacific Wire Manufacturing Company, from the very best of Stock. 

Note.— STEEL WIRE ROPE weighs about six-tenths of Iron Rope, or one-third of Hemp 
of equal strength. Its extreme lightness saves largely in freight to remote places, and its 
great durability recommends it for hoisting purposes, etc. See table of comparative weights 
strengths, and sizes of 



Steel Wire Rope. 


Iron Wire Rope. 


Hemp Rope. 


Working 
load of each. 


Circumference 


Wt. pr. 100 ft. 


Circumference 


Wt. pr. 100 ft. 


Circumference 


Wt. pr. 100 ft, 


2 inch. 


60 lbs, 
100 " 


2ginch. 


100 lbs. 
180 " 


8>^ inch. 


163 lbs. 
184 " 


3,,500 lbs. 

7,000 " 



ENDLESS WIRE ROPEWAY, 

(Wire Tramway) secured by numerous patents. 
By means of the Ropeway, ores, rock and other material can be transported over moun- 
tainous and difficult places, where it would be impossible or exceedingly expensive to build 
a road. It can deliver from five to fifty tons per hour, according to capacity; and being car- 
ried upon posts above snow and other obstructions, can be used when other modes of trans- 
portation would be impossible. 

A. S. HALLIDIE, 113 and 115 Pine St., San Francisco. 

Circulars sent on application. 
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flipft WfiKl VB 



Are the cheapest and best in market when Power and Durability are considered. 

EYERY MILL A PERFECT SELF-&OVERNOR AND WARRANTED, 

MILLS from 10 leet to 60 feet diameter for pumping water, or for all power purposes. 

IRON AND BRASS PUMPS, 

PIPE, SAND STRAINERS, BRASS CYLINDERS, 

FOR DEEP WELLS, ETC. 

CHARLES P. HOAG, 

11 liimsil Stiiil, iiii lifle' 



S.A.KT :E*x=L.<^]Nrcxsoo. 



M WHEELS, AND BOEING 

MANUFACTURED BY 

nXTo. S18 r'roixt street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

STENCIL PLATES, when handsomely executed, present the cheapest and best 
mode of advertising that can be adopted. This is the experience of all who use them. 
STENCIL PLATES OF EVERY PATTERN cut at this establishment in a style 
unequaled by anj' other workmen in California. 

Merchants and others are invited to call and examine specimens in proof of the 
above assertion. 

I Orders from abroad, as well as those given in person, promptly executed and for- 
I warded. Parties sending orders by letter are particularly requested to write 
! PLAINLY and give the exact space they wish the letters to occupy. 
I By close application and superior execution of work, during an experience of thir- 
I teen years, Mr. TRU WORTHY has extended his business to its present proportions. 
j His present facilities ibr rajDid and tasteful execution of all work in his line are far 
superior to those of any other in this State or in the Union. 

Having purchased all the late John Hall's Stencil Tools, Plates and Impressions, 
and everything pertaining to his business, I am prepared to furnish his customers 
with fac-similes of his work. 
BJtVSSES, INK AND 31 Alt KING POTS lOR SALE. MEMEMBEIt THE FLACE, 

F. M. TRTJ^W^ORTHY'S, 

318 FRONT STREET, corner Commercial (up stairs), San Francisco, Caiifornia. 

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ESTABLISHED 1853. 



THOS. BOYCE'S 



Advertising Agency 



ROOM No. 25, MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE. 



AGENT for every LEADING PAPER Published on the Pacific Coast. 



Contracts made with Advertisers requiring Advertisements 
inserted in a large number of Papers, at rates which 

DEFY COMPETITION. 

Particular attention given to insertion of 

And fulfillment of Mining LawSi 

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n?jEs::Es 



Merchants Exchange Bank 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 
423 CALZFORITZA STREET. 



Cax3ital, 


- - SB3,000,000. 


c. w. ki:llogg, 


H. F. HASTINGS, R. 


N. VAN BRUNT, 


President. 


Manager. 


Cashier. 


Levi Stevens, 


N. P. Cole, 


C. W. Kellogmj. 


Jno. H. Wise, 


H. N. TiEDEN, 


Chas. Main, 


Peter Dean, 


B. Peart, 


Ed. Michelssen. 



FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK 

OF SAVINGS, 

225 Sansome Street, San Francisco. 

H. BUTTON, President, G. M. CONDEE, Cashier. 

DIRECTORS: 

N. C. PASSETT, JAS. LAIDLEY, G. W. SWAN, 

I. E. DAVIS, ABNER DOBLE, H. DUTTON, 

C. CLAYTON, B. H. FREEIVIAN, G. M. CONDEE. 



No charge for Entrance Fee or Bank Book. Deposits received in sums from One 
Dollar upward. Dividends declared the first Monday in July and January. Loans 
made on Real Estate and Collateral Securities. 

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A CALL UPON 



DEAVES & OLIVER 



WILL INSURE YOUR 



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Being executed in a First Class manner and 
at 25j[)er Cent, less than elseivhere. 

Views of Buildings, Machinery, Portraits, Monograms, Crests, Bill 

Heads, Tinted Envelopes, Cards, Trade Marks, Posters, 

and General Sfiow Work a specialty. 

SKETCHES AND DESIGNS FURNISHED FREE OF CHARGE. 

EstablishSd in 1S68. 

We refer to the Specimen Engraving of the Title Page of this Directory. 




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IN PREPARATION, 
SAN FRANCISCO 

STREET Al AfElE GUIDE 

1 Vol. 24mo ----- Price, SO Cts. 



CONTAmiNG A 



Ktw Kap ®l Sam Pranils©®! 

AND 

VALUABLE INFORMATION FOR STRANGERS IN 
THE CITY. 

D. M. BISHOP & CO., 
521 Clay Street, San Francisco. 

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MRS. R. A. HOWARD, M. D. 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE: 

No. 220 STOCKTON ST., Opposite Union Square- 

Office Hours, 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. 

PAINTER & CO. 

San Francisco and California 

TVPE FOITITDR"?, 

510 & 512 Clay Street, 
San FT'CLncisco, Cal. 



PRINTERS' FURNISHING WAREHOUSE 



THIS OI-D ESTABIilSHED FOtlNDRY, HAVEVa A I.ARGE STOCK AND 
COMPLETE ASSORT»IEIVT OF THE MOST MODERN FACES OF 

BOOK, NEWS, JOB AND ORNAMENTAL 

IS PREPARED TO Fllili ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY. 

Printing Material of Every Description, 

INCLUDING 

Po^A^ER, Hand ^ Job Presses, 

OF THE POPULAR MANUFACTURERS. 



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H. F. SMITH i CO. 

Stationery, 



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Etc., Etc., 

No- 300 Kearny Street, 

PAW FMAIf OTS©®^ 



Particular attention paid to furnishing orders in quantities to 
suit, at jobbing rates. 

Orders tw&m tie ImleFitr i#llt£lai« 



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J. C. MERRILL & CO. 



Shipping # Cominission 

204 & 206 California St., San Francisco. 



^A.a-E3SrTS 



Australasian Steam Navigation Co., 

Australian Mail Steamship Line, and 

Regular Dispatch Line Hawaii Packets. 

steamship *'C1TY OF MELBOURNE," 837 Tons Register. 

"MIKADO," 3,030 " 

''MacGREGOR," 2,167 " 

"CYPHRENES," 2,000 " 

FASSEHTCSR B.ATBS, 

(PAYABLE IN U. S. GOLD COIN.) 



SAN FRANCISCO 



HONOLULU 

AUKLAND 

SYDNEY 

MELBOURNE .... 

BRISBANE 

ROOKHAMPTON 



$ 75 00 
200 00 
200 00 
225 00 
225 00 
240 00 



STEERA&E. 

$ 30 00 
100 00 
100 00 
110 00 
110 00 
117 50 



Cliilclreii between the ages of 1 and 5, 1-4 fare. 
" " " «' 5 and 13, 1-3 fare. 

350 pounds of baggage allowed to each adult. 

A Steamship will he dispatched from SAJV FRANCISCO every Fourth Sat- 
urday, commencing 30th January, 1875. 



For Freight or Passage, apply at Company's Office, 
204 &. 206 CALIFORNIA ST. 

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SAN FRANCISCO. 



Ohas. W. Nevin. Ohas. D. Duo. Don L. Swett. 



D. L swiff I 00. 



BOOK AND JOB 



PRINTERS 



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Bet. MoBtperj aid Saiisoi, - - - - SAN FRANCISCO. 



irltf mi f mQie?i|t Fdatlag ^ Spteliltj. 



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Scottish Commercial Insurance Comp'ny 
London and Lancashire Insurance Co. 

Henry Couhrough, Jr,, Agent, 



poTnm, JACOBS s, easton, 

FIRE AND MARINE 

No. 318 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

San Francisco, Cal 



GLOBE, of Chicago, Incorporated 1865. 

TRADERS' INS. CO., of Chicago, Incorporated 1869. 
WESTCHESTER, of New York, Incorporated 1837. 
FRANKLIN, of St. Louis, Incorporated 1855. 

CITIZENS, of Newark, Incorporated 1869. 



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DR. BARLOW J. SMITH'S 

Btfti^m Medieal iMiiitmt 

635 and 637 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Opposite 8t. Mary's Cathedkai,. 




Application of the Jfewlj -Invented Adjustable Horse-Shoe Magnet. 

RIOHTS AND MACNETg FOR SALE. 

THIS INSTITUTION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED SIXTEEN YEARS, AND FOR 
the past three years its interests have been committed to Universal Medication as 
embraced in Hygiene and Allopathy. This is but the reformatory demand of the 
California people, and now embraces in its materia medica Surgerj^, Medicines, Hy- 
giene, Hj'dropathj', Electro and Magnetic Motorpatliy, the Inhalation of Medicinal 
Oxygen, Aqua Vitoe and other mineral spring waters, besides the advantages of a 
domestic home and a healthful dietary. These various means systematically and 
scientifically combined, togetlier with the supreme advantages of climate, aftbrd us 
the rational means for the more speedy, certain and permanent cure of the following 
medical and surgical diseases than can be performed in anj' other part of the world: 

Paralysis in its various forms, as Ha;maphlegia, Paraphiegia, Paralysis Agitans 
or St. Vitus' Dance; Rheumatism, Gout, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Costipation, Liver 
and Kidney diseases, as well as Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, Anaemia, 
Chlorosis and all Female Diseases, as Prolapsus, Ulceration, Retro and Ante Version 
and Flexions, Hypertrophy, Chronic Inflammations and Ovarian Tumors. 

Cutaneous Diseases, simple and specific (after the mode of Prof. Von Hebra, of 
Vienna) — Scrofula, Glandular Enlargements, Cancers, Varicose Veins, etc., as well 
as the various surgical operations for Hoeniorrhoids, Varicocele, Saracocele, Fistula, 
Prolapsus Ani, Urethral Strictures and all sexual weaknesses and diseases. 

Consultations and Phreno-Physiological examinations in regard to health, FREE. 
Office hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 8 a.m. to 12 m. 

^^~DR. SMITH gives Free Public Lectures to Gentlemen every Friday evening, 
at the Lecture Hall of the Institute. 

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PACIFIC BANK 

COKXER PISE A^J) SASSOME STREETS, 

SciTZ Fi^aixcisco, CciltfoivxicL. 



CAPITAL, (Paid up in Gold) 
SURPLUS FUND, (In Gold) ■ 



$800,000.00 
206,110,00 



Transacts every kind of Legitimate Banking Business. 

BUYS ASD SELLS EXCHANGE on the principal cities of the United States and 

Europe. 
ISSUES CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT available at all commercial and financial points. 
BUYS A>'D SELLS National, State, City and County Bonds. 
I>VEST3IEMS 31ADE on orders. 

GOLD AND SILTER BULLION and LEGAL TENDERS Bought and Sold. 
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS kept in Gold, Silver and Currencv, and subject to check at pleasure. 
INTEREST PAID on Time Deposits. 
COLLECTIONS MADE in San Francisco and vicinity without charge, and at all other 

points at cost, and proceeds remitted at current rates of Exchange. 



O. H. BOGART. 

Cashier. 



PETER H. BURNETT, 
President. 




Manufacturers and Importers of and Dealers in 

ALL KINDS OF HARDWOOD LUMBER, 

Oak and Rock Elm Hubs, Concord Spokes, 
OAK & ASH RIMS & SAWED FELLOES; HICKORY RIMS; 

HICKORY BENT POLES AND SHAFTS; 

Neck-Yokes, Singletrees, Plow Beams, and Handles, Wagon Poles, etc.. etc. 
27 & 29 BEALE STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Hub and Spoke Factory located at Concord, N. H. 

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THE NEW CITY 

ANNUAL 



DIRECTORY 

OF 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Embracing a complete General and Business Directory. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $3,00. 



i875. 



COMPILED BY D. M. BISHOP & CO. 



Entered according to act of Congress, In the year 1875, by D. M. BISHOP <fe CO., In the office of the Librarian 
of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



SAN FEANCISCO : 

ID. nyC. BISHIODP & CO., :Pie,IIsrTEI2,S. 
5'21 Clat Street. 



General Index. 



PAGE 

AbbreviatioDS 81 

L-s 20 

Board of Education 14 

Board of Health 14 

Board of Supervisors 13 

Business Directory : 1085 

Cemeteries 25 

Chamber of Commerce 20 

Chinese Directory 1221 

Churches ^ 21 

City and County Ward Boundaries 16 

City and County Government 13 

Consuls-Foreign 46 

Courts in San Francisco 17 

Custom House 42 

Educational 25 

Fire Department 14 

General Directory of Names 81 

Hack Ordinance 17 

Hospitals and Asylums 24 

Internal Eevenue Department 43 



PAGE 

Judiciary 17 

Libraries 27 

Lighthouse Department 43 

List of Vessels 47 

Literary and Historical Societies 38 

Medical Societies 27 

Military N. G. C 45 

Military U. S 45 

Names too late for regular insertion 66 

Police Department 14 

Post Office 42 

Preface 5 

Protective Societies 39 

Public Offices and Buildings 19 

Railroads 28 

Religious Societies 38 

Secret and Benevolent Societies 28 

Social Clubs and Societies 36 

State Government 18 

Street and Avenue Guide 50 

U. S. Mint 44 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



AngellJ W iB and 1123 

Antisell T M & Co 1191 

Asphaltum and Mastic Roofing 

Company 1089 and 1200 

Atwood & Bodwell 2a and 3a 

and 1143, 1194 and 1218 

Badger Wm G 11a 

Baird Andrew & Co 29a 

Baptis J H 1187 

Bartling k Kimball 26a 

Beadle D 34a and 1169 

Beamish P, cover and general 
directory top line 

Bendel B & Co 11G7 

Bernard Charles 29a 

Bishop D M & Co 41a 

Black HM & Co 1109 

Blake, Robbins & Co 21a 

Boericke & Taf el 148 

Boesch Emil 1152 

Boyce Thomas 38a 

Brown G T & Co 174 

Bryant & Taylor 32a 

Butterfield W 18a 

Buzzi S 7b 

Cal Brass Foundry 2b 



Cal Furniture Manfg Co 1133 

California Powder Co, centre 
lines business directory 

Chaigneau A Ik Co 216 

Chapin Geo W, general direc- 
torj', top line 

Chapman & Co 2b 

Chevalier F & Co 1155 

Church T R 1115 

ChyLuhg&Co 29a 

Clark George W 

Claussenius George 31a 

Cobo, Ygual & Co, centre lines 
business directory, and 1111 

Coffin & Hendry 1202 

Coleman Wm T & Co 25a 

Colombat A 1130 

Colorado Steam Navigation Co 28a 
Commercial Ins Co of Califor- 
nia, general directory, bot- 
tom line 
Consolidated Tobacco Co, cen- 
tre lines business directory 

and 1213 

Cook H N 1096 

Cornell Watch Co 33a 



Cornyn & Boyd 12a 

Corville Emerson & Co 1183 

Craig R R & J 10b 

Cross & Co 1149 

Curry F I ^Qa 

Curtis J P 32a 

Davis Murray, general direct'y, 
side lines 

Day Thomas cover 

De Crano & Duval. . . .1089 and 1170 

Deaves & Oliver 40a 

Doane & Co cover 

Driscoll C E 1b 

Dulip E A 1155 

Dunbar, Hendry & Lavery, gen'l 

directory, top line 
Duncan George & Co . . 1089 and 1200 
Egerton, Allen & Co . .1108 and 1173 
Electrical Construction and 
Maintenance Co, 1096, 1125, 1219 

Eureka Broom Factory 1104 

Eureka Foundry, general direc- 
tory, top line 

Excelsior Mill Company 7b 

Falkinburgh & Co, centre lines 
business directory and 1205 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank 39a 

Farren JW 1109 

Fellows E P & Co, gen'l directy 

bottom line 
Flint, Peabody & Co, centre 

lines business direct'y and 1169 

Fisher LP 1085 and 1179 

Foster Thomas J 1183 

Freeman BH 27a 

Friel "SVilliam 9b 

Gallagher James J 17a 

Gelien KG 1113 

GeraghtyM 1099 

Gerke Henry, general directory 

side lines 

GhirardelliD 1116 

GillerOL 16a 

Gillespie & Zan 1104 

Glasgow Iron and M Impt Co . . 3b 

Golden State Iron Works 1130 

Goodall, Nelson & Perkins' S S 

Line 6a 

Gordon Charles W. .... 418 and 1193 

Gray SC 1153 

Greaves B 1169 

Grover & Baker Sewing Machnsl202 

Hallidie A S 36a 

Hanly George T & Co 1210 

HarknessMM 1092 

Harris T H & Co 11b 

Hawkins & Cantrell, 27a, 1130 

and 1166 
Heald's Business College, cover 

1116 and 1201 

Hercules Powder 1192 

Hermitage Hotel 1146 

Heverin M 1166 

Hibernia Savgs and Loan Socty 23a 

Hoag Charles P 37a 

Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co, 1101 and 1165 

Hobson Wm Gilfillan 1086 

Hodge John G & Co 494 

Holmes HT 1154 

Holt Bros 48a 

Houghton F T & Co, 1096, 1098, 

1104, 1108, 1114, 1128, 1167, 

1186, 1200, 1218 and 1220 

Howard JMrs R A 42a 

Howe William 5b 

Howes George & Co 8a 

Huhn & Luckhardt 1170 

Humburg A & Son 4b 

HuntEO 14b 

Kittridge Jonathan 14a 

Kohler, Chase & Co 1190 

KustelG 1170 

Land Mortgage Union of Cala. . 25a 

Langland N P 5b 

Laswell M D 10b 

Lawton O & Co cover 

Leavitt C H 17a 

Lebenbaiim L & Co 13a 

Libbey ML 29a 

Libby S 1202 

Liesenfeld P cover 

Locan & Co 10a 

Locke & Montague, 1148, 1191, 

1207 and 1213 



London Assurance Co 1149 

Luedinghausen O W 1123 

Macondray & Co 10a and 1210 

Manning J W 1127 

Marchell Mrs OUve E 1146 

Marquis J 1087 

Marsat M& Co 1155 

Marsh HF ;...1124 

Martell John 5b 

Masonic Savng and Loan Bank, 

general directory, side line 

McCain, Flood & McClure 1124 

McGregor & Co 11b 

McMillan & Kester 12a 

McNally & Hawkins 13a 

McQuillanB 9b 

Mechanics' Mill 7b 

Meeker W A 7b 

Menomy E T .-1191 

Merchants' Exchange Bank 39a 

Merrill J C & Co 44a 

MeiTill P 8b 

Meyer Charles 7b 

Meyer T Lemmen 1170 

Mills & Evans 1109 

Mills Robert 1135 

Miner H N 1190 

Morse & Taylor 1146 

Morse G D cover 

Mountain & Eaye 4b 

Muller C 1182 

Nathan B & Co 1121 

Nevada Metallurgical Works. . .1170 
Norcross & Co, general directory 

bottom line 

Norton G A 1203 

Occidental Foundry 8b 

Orr & Atkins 1132 

Owens J B 19a 

Pacific Bank 48a 

Pacific Barrel & Keg Co, centre 

lines business directory and 1119 
Pacific Glue Manfg Co, general 

directory, side line 
Pacific Electro-Deposit Works 

1181 and 1204 

Pacific Iron Works 7a 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co 9a 

Pacific Pottery 19a 

Pacific Reduction Works 1170 

Pacific Saw Manfg Co, general 

directory, bottom line 

Painter & Co 42a, 1125 and 1207 

Paltenghi A 1166 

Parke& Lacy 802 

Pasquale B 11a 

Patch George W 1206 

Pearlman A S & Co 1125 

Plate A J 18a 

Pohley & Eloster 1215 

Pomroy SS 1168 

Potter A 18a 

Potter, Jacobs & Easton 46a and 1150 

Provo Kluit A 1116 

EayWS 1010 

Eenz J 1097 

Roach Johni 20a 

Robinson &'Hall 6b 



Eodgers, Meyer & Co 1168 

Rowell Charles 1189 

Sam Kee 1125 

S F Boiler Works 30a 

S F Savings Union cover 

Sanborn & Byrnes 8b 

Sanitarium Baths 1b 

Saul & Co 1109 

Savings and Loan Society 23a 

Schlueter & Volberg, centre line 

business directory 

Schreiber Chr & Co 1132 

Schultz & Von Bargen 1155 

Schulz & Fischer 1205 

Scottish Commercial 1150 

Sellers JC 4b 

Shaw & Sharp 1115 

Shoalwater Bay Oyster Co 1183 

Shreve Geo C & Co cover 

Skinker John 30a 

Smith Barlow J 47a 

Smith H F & Co 43a 

Smith William 3b 

Spaulding N W, general direc- 

tery, bottom lines 

Sresovich L G & Co 6b 

St Nicholas Hotel 12a 

Steiger&Kerr 8b 

Steinhart W & I & Co 19a 

SterettBF 14a 

Stockman J M. . . .31a, 1177 and 1187 

Strahle Jacob & Co 970 

Stuart & Elder centre lines, 

business directory 

Sweeney J P & Co 1201 

Swe*t D L & Co 802 and 45a 

Swiss- American Bank 22a 

Tesmore Solomon 6b 

Teubner & Hoffman 3b 

The State Invest'nt and Ins Co 12b 
Thompson Bros, gen'l directry, 

top line 

Thompson George C 1205 

Trumbull R J, gen'l directory, 

bottom line and 1201 

Truworthy F M 37a 

Tustin W 1 4a and 5a 

Ullman M 15a 

Upton John P 20a 

Van Schaack C P & Co, general 

directory, bottom line 

Varicas L 1186 

Vice Martin 1098 

Wason & Morris 1185 

Watkins C E 35a 

Weed&KingweU 2b 

Wells, Russell & Co 7b 

Western Savings and Trust Co 24a 

Wheat CD 5b 

Willey J M 1189 

Williams H F 6b 

Wilson J D 15b 

Wilson Sewing Machine Co 1203 

Women's Cooperative Printing 

Union 13b 

Wood George M & Co, centre 

lines, business directory 
Woodworth, Schell & Co 1190 



PREFACE. 



THE publication of a Directory involves so many delicate considerations that are not 
absolutely requisite in works of ordinary character, that it was only after much 
hesitation we applied ourselves to the task. The expense attending the compilation of 
such a book is far greater than usual, as a large corps of assistants must be employed to 
collect facts, and they must be men of the ability and intelligence which will command a 
fair remuneration for services rendered. The first quality in point of importance is 
ACCUBACT, without wMch a Directory would be valueless. Next to this is TEEsrorESS, 
especially in a new and rapidly growing city like San Francisco, where changes in business 
firms, in private residences, and in the marts of trade, are frequent, and where a large 
number of new buildings are being constantly erected. 

The method of arranging and classifying the contents of a Directory is a prominent 
feature, saving much time to the inquirer, and simplifying his search for information. 
Another valuable consideration is clearness of ttpogaphy, a point that has been too 
frequently disregarded in works of this character, and one we have striven to accomplish 
with credit to ourselves, and benefit to the public. "Without completeness of details a 
Directory loses much of its value, and we have, therefore, endeavored to fill that want 
with as much care as it was possible to bestow. 

There is nothing perfect under the sun, but by the proper and considerate use of care, 
diligence and fidelity to details in its various departments we have endeavored to make 
this work as nearly perfect as circumstances would permit. It was undertaken not as a 
mere venture of temporary character, but with the determination to continue it through- 
out the coming years, and, if possible, render it a permanent and valuable reference on 
all subjects coming within the scope of its legitimate sphere. To effect the full and satis- 
factory accomplishment of this purpose we have made arrangements for producing a much 
better and more complete Directory than any other city of the Union can present. Our 



PREFACE. 



expenses -will necessarily be largely increased, but having put our hands to the plo-w -we 
■will not relax our grasp until the field has been thoroughly turned over. There are proba- 
bly no better or more reliable evidences of the growth and progress of cities than are fur- 
nished by their respective Directories. The increase or decrease in population, commerce, 
manufactures, financial strength, and the numberless fluctuations in all branches of indus- 
trial pursuits, together -with many other matters of interest, are revealed by comparing the 
Directories of one year with another, from the present with the far past. Such works 
have, therefore, a peculiarity of their own, which renders them valuable long after the 
date of their publication. 

The wonderful development of San Francisco as a great commercial metropolis, and 
the rank it has acquired as the third maritime port of the United States, together with its 
constantly increasing trade— foreign and with domestic ports — and its rapid expansion in 
point of importance, wealth, population, and industrial production, are attracting the 
attention of the whole world. To keep pace with such progress, by elaborating the various 
featui-es of its accomplishment and onward march, requires the collection of a vast mass 
of information gleaned only from sources entirely reliable, and in this respect we flatter 
ourselves that we have been successful. 



FINANCIAIi.; 

The first thing to be considered, in this connection, is the financial status of this city; 
what are its banking capital and facilities; how much money is there in the community; how 
distributed, and what is the manner of its management ? There are now eleven Savings 
Banks in San Francisco, containing the very large amount of $55,000,000, gold coin, in 
round numbers, which stands to the credit of 60,660 depositors, and is equal to $907, gold, 
to each depositor. This is far in advance of any other place on the globe, being equal to 
$970 when reduced to currency at present values, and is, therefore, $627 more than is 
owned by the individual depositors in the Savings Banks of New York and New England, 
where the highest average to each depositor is $343, currency. Irf all European countries 
where such institutions exist the average is much smaller. The benefits conferred upon a 
community by the establishment of Savings Banks are so many and so valuable that it 
may not be out of place to make some allusion to them. They serve as a business link 
between the richer and poorer classes, and imbue the latter with a sense of independence 
they would not otherwise possess. They also serve to convince the richer classes that 
they are, to a large extent, under obligations to the poorer for combining their numberless 
financial rills into one lake of affluence, from which can be drawn the vitalizing streams to 
expand commerce, manufactures, agriculture, and all sorts of enterprises. The money so 
used furnishes additional employment for labor and productive industry, besides being 
returned to its owners with remunerative accretions. It is axiomatic, that the possession of 
large means by the masses insures confidence in the public mind, and promotes a love for 
the permanence of peace, law and order throughout the community, and it is a most note- 
worthy fact, that wherever Savings Banks do most abound the people are better educated, 
more independent, and intelligent, and more steadfast in their devotion to principle and 
justice. "We herewith append the semi-annual returns of the San Francisco Savings 
Banks, as officially reported by the ' ' Commercial Herald ' ' for the six months ended 
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O PREFACE. 

COMMERCIAL BAIVKS. 

Of these institutions there are twenty-two now existing in this city. We have been at 
no little pains to obtain a correct statement of their financial strength. Occupying the 
foremost rank is the Bank of California, the capital and deposits of which amounts to 
nearly $15,000,000, and its operations are on a vast scale, extending to every portion of 
the commercial world. Next in order is the London and San Francisco Bank, limited; 
Anglo-Calif ornian Bank; Merchants' Exchange Bank, and a large number of others trans- 
acting dflucrative business. 

At the commencement of last year the banking capital of the State was estimated to 
be $100,000,000, but since then there have been very material additions to that amount. 
Several new banks have been established, and much money that had been lying campara- 
tively idle has come into active circulation. The yield from our various deposits of 
precious metals has also been larger, and considerable outside money has sought employ- 
ment in this State. The incorporated and private banks of San Francisco, exclusive of 
the savings and loan societies, now hold an aggregate deposit of $25,000,000, and similar 
institutions in the interior have about $5,000,000 more; add to these the $55,000,000 of 
deposits in the city savings banks, and $15,000,000 in those of the interior, gives a total 
deposit account of $100,000,000. The capital stocks of these institutions do not vary 
much from $35,000,000, while their surplus asset accounts may reasonably be set down at 
$5,000,000, showing a grand total banking capital of $140,000,000, gold. The most prom- 
•nent of our city banks of discount hold deposits after the following order: Bank of Cali- 
fornia, $11,500,000; London and San Francisco Bank, limited, $2,500,000; Merchants' 
Exchange Bank, $2,000,000; Anglo-Californian Bank, $1,000,000. 



NATIONAL. GOLD NOTE BANKS. 

These institutions are peculiar to California, as their existence in the East conflicts 
with the operations of the National Banks of that section which do business in greenbacks 
and National Bank Notes of changeable values. Our Gold' Note Banks ojpperate in 
accordance with an act of Congress, passed in July, 1870, and another passed at the last 
session of that body. By the pirovisions of the former law their capital was restricted to 
$1,000,000 each, and they were compelled to deposit with the United States Assistant 
Treasurer, government six per cent, bonds to the extent of $1,250,000 each, and keep on 
hand gold enough to redeem their notes on presentation before they could issue a single 
dollar. The restriction limiting their capital to $1,000,000 was repealed at the last session 
of Congress, and they can now circulate notes to an unlimited amount, provided they 
deposit government six per cent, bonds with the Assistant Treasurer, in sums sufficient to 
insure security in accordance with law. There are two such Banks in this city, viz : the 
First National Gold Note Bank of San Francisco, and the National Gold Bank and Trust 
Company of San Francisco. Following is a statement of their respective conditions at the 
close of 1874:: 



Gold and Trust. 
First National... 



Loans. Treasure, 



$2,750,608 
2,641,480 



$945,054 
302,104 



DECEMBEK 31. 



Loans. Treasure. 



51,008,044 
249,720 



Circula. 



$799,335 
638,685 

$1,438,020 



Dep. 



$1,739,089 
1,304,443 



DECEMBER 



Dep. 



$3,001,403 



PREFACE. 



The circulation of these institutions has progressed as follows : 



First National. Gold and Trust Co. 



December 31, 1873 , 

June 13, 1873 

December 31, 1873 . 

May 1, 1874 

June 26, 1874 

October 2, 1874 

December 31, 1874 . 



$573,204 
584,870 
637,735 
592,295 
632,910 
638,685 
637,750 



$570,290 
691,765 
796,530 
792,980 
792,295 
799,.335 
798,860 



$1,143,494 
1,276.635 
1,434,265 
1,385,275 
1,425,205 
1,438,020 
1,436,610 



COSOIERCE AND NAVIGATION. 

The transition -which San Francisco has undergone within the short period of twenty- 
iseven years has been so wonderful, so utterly beyond all precedent, that it seems to be more 
like a tale in the "Arabian Night's Entertainments" than a record of actual history. In 1847 
it was but a scanty collection of adobe huts, scattered about in apparent confusion, and 
nestling amidst a mass of scrub oaks and desolate sand hills. To-day it occupies the 
proud iDosition of being the third most important maritime port of the United States, 
bustling with life, energy and commercial gi-eatness; its miles upon miles of streets 
adorned with elegant and substantial buildings; its noble harbor crowded with the ship- 
ping of all nations; its wealth and importance recognized the world over, and its future 
promising even more startling results than its past in the same space of time. Institutions 
of learning and scientific research, in all departments, abound, and are multiplying rap- 
idly. Eich endowments have been bestowed upon them, and on the broad face of the 
earth there is not a city more prosperous and progressive. In 1874 she paid to the Fed- 
eral Government for Customs on imijorts the large sum of nearly eight millions of dollars, 
and for freight charges on imjDorts and exports over twelve millions. During the same 
year this port was visited by 4,204 vessels, representing 1,553,500 tons, as indicating the 
maritime commerce it already enjoys. The gain in this respect over 1873 was 557 more 
vessels, and 260,116 increased number of tons. Her steam fleet arrivals registered 275,268 
tons, being a gain for the year of 59,429 tons, and 91,818 tons in three years. We 
exported in 1874 eleven million centals of wheat, valued at nearly $15,000,000 gold coin, 
and imported merchandise to the value of $31,500,000. Of treasure San Francisco 
exported over $30,000,000, and in merchandise $28,000,000. Her receipts from domestic 
resources comprise 40,000,000 pounds of wool, 5,000,000 gallons of good wine, $36,000,000 
in treasure, and immense quantities of other articles. Her lumber trade required the 
importation of 253,500,000 feet, exclusive of ships' knees, railroad ties, spars, laths, shin- 
gles, etc. Her trade with domestic Pacific ports has kept pace -with the expansion of com- 
merce in other directions, the increase in the tonnage so engaged being 124,336 tons over 
1873. During the past year our population has been augmented from outside sources 
62,000 souls, and the tide of immigration is pouring in with additional velocity. As an 
evidence of the heavy financial transactions that occurred in San Francisco during the 
past year it is only necessary to state that mining share stocks were dealt in to the extent 
of $260,000,000; that in conjunction dividends were disbursed to the amount of 
$25,000,000; that real estate transactions reached $24,000,000, and that the Mint coined 
over $27,000,000^ These are only some of the results obtained in the very short space of 
twenty-seven years, there being many others of importance which we have no space to 
mention in detail; but they are enough to convince the intelligent that a most brilliant 
future awaits this city and State. 



10 PREFACE. 

OVERI-AND TRAFFIC. 

The growing immensity of the Overland carrying trade, as evinced by returns com- 
piled by the Central Pacific Eailroad Company, may be gathered from the rapidity of its 
progress. The railroads have been less than five years in operation, and the commence- 
ment of the traffic was necessarily slow. Many distant interior points with which we had very \ 
limited business connection, and many more that were entirely in the hands of Eastern 
merchants, had to be reached and controlled by our own people through the agency of the 
Trans-Continental Eailroad. The little ball then set in motion has assumed such gigantic 
proportions that its future will be, undoubtedly, of the most vital importance to every j 
interest in this State. Shipments eastward in 1872 were 65,284,000 pounds; in 1873 they! 
were increased by only 9,000,000 pounds, their aggregate being 72,451,000 pounds; but in: 
1874 they went up to 149,000,000 pounds, or 5,000,000 pounds more than a gain of 100 i 
per cent. Of this increase San Francisco had 58,000,000 pounds more than the year pre- 
ceding. We have no means of ascertaining the amounts of merchandise received overland I 
from the East, but it is reasonable to presume that they were correspondingly large. Thej 
returns furnished by the railroad company are very suggestive, as they show what particu-: 
lar classes of our products are required by Eastern consumers. A few of the leading items; 
of freight, chiefly of California production, will prove of interest to the inquirer. Barley 
shipments have been enormously increased. In 1873 the trade sent forward 1,217,000 
pounds, while only for the last quarter of 1874 not less than 87,896,423 pounds of this; 
cereal were shipped. Of borax, shipments in 1873, 619,449 pounds; do. in 1874, 1,497,860 
pounds. Of canned goods, chiefly fruits, in 1873, 658,185 pounds; in 1874, 1,132,291| 
pounds. Of dried fruits, in 1873, we sent East less than 100,000 pounds, yet in 1874 the 
amount was swelled up to 1,354,385 pounds. The hop shipments for 1873, by rail, 
320,000 pounds; in 1874, 794,186 pounds. Of leather, in 1873, 159,169 pounds, and inj 
1874, 753,739 pounds. An increase of lumber of about 1,500,000 feet; of malt, 
increase over the year previous, 1,811,567 pounds; of unspecified merchandise, an, 
increase of 6,000,000 pounds, as compared with 1873. Of salmon, 6,432,021 pounds 
showing an increase of 3,000,000 pounds, as compared with 1873. Syrup shipments in 
1874,4,000,000 pounds more than in 1873. Of sealskins, 1,473,860 pounds in 1874, 
Of tea we have sent East overland, in three years past, about 36,000,000 pounds, and; 
equally divided, notwithstanding the very large amount turned off via Panama by the; 
Pacific Mail Steamship Company. This one fact alone speaks volumes in favor of the 
Overland route for the canying of teas— a saving in time of fully twenty if not thirty 
days; besides the teas are fresher and better every way for not being exposed twice to the 
tropics. The increased carrying trade in California wines is noticeable, being nearly 
5,000,000 pounds against 7,000,000 pounds for the two years preceding. As for wool, 
shipments by rail for 1874, 30,000,000 pounds; 1873, 26,000,000 poimds; 1872, 17,675,000 
pounds. On the other side, we mark a great falling off in coffee. Shipments to the East 
in 1872, 1,559,558 pounds; 1873, 4,101,836 pounds; in 1874, 923,353 potmds. The reason i 
for this falling off of 3,000,000 pounds last year was owing to the heavy imports and East- 
ern panic, causing prices on the Atlantic to drop much lower than on the Pacific slope; 
consequently buyers in Chicago and St. Louis could purchase their coffee cheaper in Bal- 
timore or New York than in San Francisco. 

If these gathered evidences of surprising progress do not demonstrate the immense, 
benefits conferred by the Overland Eailroad we know of nothing that can. 

SHIP BUrLDEVG. 

One of the most important elements in the progress of a great maritime port is the 
ship bxiilding industry, and it is gratifying to know that in this particular San Francisco is 
beginning to develop a deep interest. During 1874 thirty-two vessels, aggregating 2,392 



PREFACE. 11 



registered tons, were built in this Customs District, and many more of large tonnage were 
launched from the shipyards of Puget Sound and other northern places, for San Francisco 
owners. Accurate calculations, based upon the sums actually paid on inward and outward 
freights for 1874, prove that the amount paid for tEat service alone was in the neighbor- 
hood of $12,000,000. Taking the increased disbursements for freight charges that have 
occuiTed year by year, and adopting that as a criterion, we shall, at the same rate, be com- 
pelled to pay over $100,000,000 gold 'coin, by the close of 1879, and as nearly the whole of 
this service is performed by ships owned at the East and in foreign countries, it is obvious 
that this enormous amount will find its way into the pockets of such owners instead of those 
of our own people. It is, therefore, a signal service that is being rendered to the community 
by our ship builders. The question of superiority of timber for that purpose has been 
elaborately discussed, experimented iipon, and decided in our favor. The facilities of this 
coast arS unsurpassed for the prosecution of this business, and the climate is all that could 
be desired. 



MAJVXJFACTURES. 

Probably no country on the globe possesses more natural facilities and better opportu- 
nities for manufacturing pmi^oses than California. As it is not subject to the sudden and 
excessive changes of heat and cold, and has nearly an equal temperature throughout the 
year, all sorts of manufacturing industries can be carried on with great advantage. So 
thoroughly has this fact impressed itself upon observant minds that during the past year 
several large interests of this kind were removed from the East, where they had been long 
established, and transferred to this city. Few people not personally concerned are aware 
to what extent manufactures are now carried on in San Francisco, and it is worthy of note 
that wherever our products have come into competition with those of other places we have 
borne off the palm of victory. The incessant demands of our miners and farmers have 
called into existence a system of large foundries, the principal of which are the Union, 
Miners', Fulton, iEtna, Golden State, Vulcan, Pacific, Pioneer, Phcenix, Portland, Cali- 
fornia, Eureka, Columbia, Occidental, Kisdon Boiler Works and Pacific EoUing Mills. 
The articles turned out of these hives of industry are superior to anj' others known. We 
have also the largest smelting and reduction works in the country, wire and wire rope 
works, a number of first-class woolen mills, cordage factories, thirty-five to forty tanneries, 
silk factories, cigar factories by the hundred, match makers, box, sash and door factories; 
glass factories, saw and planing mills, basket and broom makers by the score, shot towers, 
cooperages, fui-niture and cabinetmakers, boat and ship builders, miisical instrument 
makers, caniage makers, clock and watchmakers, and so on, to the number of nearly two 
hundred establishments, representing many millions of money. We are fast becoming 
independent of outside supplies for many articles of consumption, and are beginning to 
occupy the field as factors for other markets. 



REAIi ESTATE— NEW BUHiDEVGS. 

The progressive tendencies of our people are admirably depicted in the style, size and 
general appearance of the edifices now built as compared with those constructed prior to 
1860. The era for paper and pasteboard houses has passed away forever, and San Fran- 
cisco now boasts a very large number of buildings which will compare favorably with 
those of any city in the Union. During 1873 there were six hundred and seventy-one new 



12 PREFACE. 



brick and frame buildings put up in this city, and in 1874 the number was increased to twc 
thousand one hundred and fifty-nine, many of them elegant, costly and stylish. It wiU 
reasonably be inferred that real estate transactions kept pace with this development in 
building. In 1873 there were three thousand one hundred and thirty-four sales of real 
estate, valued at $12,383,752, with the buildings and improvements thereon. In 1874 
there were three thousand eight hundred and fifty-four sales made, aggregating 
$23,823,903, being a gain of 720 in number of sales, and $11,510,151, or nearly double in 
value of property sold. It is not necessary to comment upon these figures to show with 
what rapid strides San Francisco is progressing on the road to population, wealth and 
power. 

POPriiATIOIV. 

As a snow-ball of moderate size increases in volume by being rolled over the surface of 
the snow, and takes up a much larger quantity in proportion to its bulk or surface, 
so does the population of a thriving commercial mart augment as the years roll by, and 
is enlarged not only from outside accretions, but also from its own productive resources. 
It is an axiom in finances that " money makes money," and it is no less true that people 
make people. According to the Federal census, taken in 1870, the population of San 
Francisco at that time was 149,500, in round numbers; but there is abundant reason to 
believe that the census was much below the mark. The aggregate population in June, 
1873, was rising 188,000, and in the same month of 1874 not less than 200,000, being a 
gain of 50,500 in three years, or more than 50 per cent. The most accurate estimates 
made at the commencement of 1875 are that the city then contained at least 235,000 souls, 
being an increase of 17% per cent for six months, or 35 per cent for the year. This rate 
of increase is equal to a gain of 86,000 in four years, or nearly 58 per cent, upon the 
numbers of the census year. Taking this ratio as a guide for the ensuing four years, we 
shall have at the close of 1878 not fewer than 400,000 people in the city. We are dealing 
in round numbers, and speaking of the aggi-egate population, including visitors and tem- 
porary sojourners, as well as resident inhabitants. It must, however, be remembered that 
the more numerous our population becomes from year to year, the more rapid will be its 
increase from home production; and as the city grows in size and importance, it will attract 
a greater amount of immigration by sea and land. 



NEW 

City Directory 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



MUNICIPAL GOVEMMENT. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Mayor— JAMES OTIS, (ex-offlcio President Board 
of Supervisors.) Term expires December, 1875. 
Mayor's Clerk— 'Wimam S. "W. Cragin. 

Sheriff-WrLLIAM McKIBBIX. Under Sheriff, 
H. Classen. Book-keeper, G. M. Berry. Deputies— 
J. F. Miller. George Humphreys, William Miller, D. 
Marcucci, F. C. Siebe, John W. Holmes, W. H. 
Pentield, L. P. Eaton, H. J. Bums, Thomas McNa- 
mara. John H. Daly, John McCraith, H. Hickei, Jo- 
seph Ellis. 

County Jiidge-SELDEN S. T\-EIGHT. 

County Clerk— -niLLLiM HARNEY. Conrt 
Clerks— John F. Boden. L. P. Peck, R. S. McKee, J. "W. 
Breckenridge, Bert. McNulty, W. B. Smith, D. B. Wolf, 
A.J.Jeghers. Asst.CourtClerk-A.L. Whitney. Reg- 
ister Clerks— J. E. Ashcom, J. D. Buggies, J. P. Poole, 
Colin M. Boyd, F. F. Stone, T. Penniman, F. J. Skel- 
ly. Assistant Register Clerks— W. Ledlie, S. E. Ellis, 
". Kind, S. C. Brown, S. L. Lupton, L. J. Lee, T. 
Burgess, F. J. Pierce. G. L. Jordan. Copy Clerks— W. 
Stevenson, Mrs. X. Tyler, G. T. Emerson, J. H. Har- 
ney. Copyists, County Clerk's Office— J. B. Hermann, 
J. C. Corbett, Mrs. Lucas Harney, Mrs. S. Hanna. 
Copyists on Great Register— H. F. W. Hoflman, W. E. 
Lutz, C. Sullivan, MissDawson, Mrs. Tony McGruder. 

County Auditor -MONROE ASHBURY. Dep- 
aty, George F. Maj-nard. Clerk, Henry M. Beach. 

County Treasurer— CHARLES HUBERT. Dep- 
aty, William Cassebohm; Assistant, P. Sander. 

City and County Attorney— W. C. BUR- 

HETT. Clerks, Fisher Ames and Warren J. Davis. 

Tax Collector— .\LEXAN-DER AUSTIN. 

Assessor— ALEX BADLAM. 

County Recorder— OTTO H. FRANK. Depu 
Ses- T. M. O'Connor, R. D. Blauvelt and W. P. Mer 
riam. Clerks— E. R. Bermingham, George W. Greene 
Tohn L. King, T. F. Casey, G. Goldsmith, H. G 
Miller, John J. Cunningham, J. H. Jenkins, H. F 
Morris, M. McNally and E. A. Wilson. 



Chief of Police— THEODORE G. COCKRILL. 
Clerk, Alfred Clarke. Property Clerk, William Cullen. 

District Attorney— THOMAS P. RYAN; As- 
sistant, Robert Ftrral. Clerk, Crittenden Robinson; 
Assistant Clerk, John B. Bell. 

Coroner— B. R. SWAN, M. D. Deputy, John 0. 
Phelps. Messenger, D. A. Smith. 

Harbormaster— -ftTLLLlM MORTON. 

County Surveyor— WM. P. HCirPHREYS. 
Deputies— William H. Plater, J. J. Gardiner and 
Charles S. Tilton. Draughtsman, Paul Spetze. 
Book-keeper, Henry Merrifield . 

Public .Administrator — SIMON MAYER. 
Attorney, John F. Finn. 

Fire Commissioners— W. FORD, G. E. SLOSS, 
C. B. EDW.VRDS, J. L. KING and ED. FLAHERTY. 

Superintendent Public Schools— JAMES 
DENMAN. Deputy, Joseph Leggett. 

Police Judge-DA\TS LOCDERBACK. 

Poundkeeper— DAVID M. SHORT. 

Jailkeepers— John W. McKenzie, Andrew Bahrs, 
William Timstead, James Ross, James S. Bovee and 
Albert Shepard. Matron, Mrs. M. Little. Branch 
Iail— D. F. Van OrJen, Isaac E. Record and E. H. Coe. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

FntsT Wakd— Stewart Menzies. 
Secon-d Ward— W. C. Pease. 
Thikd Ward— James J. Kenney. 
Fourth Ward- A. M. Ebbets. 
Fifth Ward- John R. Sims. 
Sixth Ward— James H. Deering. 
Seventh Ward— James B. Roberts. 
Eighth Ward— Abram Block. 
Ninth Ward— A. W. Scott. 
Tenth Ward- George Hewston. 
Eleventh Ward— M. Lynch. 
Twelfth Ward— D. A. Macdonald. 

Standing Committees. 
Judiciary— Menzies, Roberts, Lynch. 
Finance and Auditing— Ebbcts, Menzies, Roberts. 
Fire and Water— Lynch, Macdonald, Scott. 
Streets. Wharves, etc.— Scott, Menzies, Macdonftld. 
Public Buildings- Macdonald, Pease, Sims. 
Health and Police— Block. HewstoD, Kenney. 
License and Orders- Deering, Lynch, Block. 
Hospital— Hewston, Deering, Roberts. 
Printing and Salaries -Pease, Ebbets, Block. 
Industrial School-Roberts, Deering. Ebbets. 



14 



NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



Fire Alarm— Sims, Kenney, Hewston. 

Street Lights— Kenney, Sims, Soott. 

Outsitle JLandB— Lynch, Menzies. Macdonald, Ken- 
ney, Scott. 

Clebk— John A. Bussell ; Deputy, Thomas H. Key- 
nolds. 

Seegeant-at-Aems — Henry J. Keefe. 

BOARD OF EDUCATIOX. 

Officers of the Board — President, Andrew Mc- 
F. Davis: Secretary, George Beanston; Superin- 
tendent, James Denman; Assistant Superintendent, 
Joseph Leggett; Clerks, Kichard Ott and George 
Wade. Members of the Board, H. J. Tilden, Andrew 
McF. Davis, Joseph Clement, John P. Shine, Jerome 
Spaulding, H. Eosekrans, J. M. Buf&ngton, George C. 
Hurlbut, Eobert Bragg, J. O. Hanscom, M. J. Dono- 
van, W. T. Bradbury. 

Standing Committees. 

Classification— Buffington, Tilden, Clement, Presi- 
dent and Superintendent. 

Rules and Eegulations— Hanscom, Shine and 
Spaulding. 

Nominations of Teachers— Spaulding, Bragg, Brad- 
bury and President. 

Evening Schools — Donovan, Hanscom and Eose- 
krans. 

School-houses and Sites— Clement, Spaulding and 
Shine. 

Salaries— Bradbury, Donovan and Shine. 

Furniture and Supplies— Bragg, Baffington and 
Hurlbut. 

Judiciary— Tilden, Clement and Donovan. 

Finance — Eosekrans, Donovan and Tilden. 

Printing — Hurlbut, Bradbury and Hanscom. 

Janitors — Shine, Hurlbut, Buffington and Superin- 



Music and Drawing— Eosekrans, Spaulding and 
Bragg. 

BOARD OF HEAIiTH. 

Mavok's Oiticz— City Hall. 
Pbesident— James Otis. 

DocTOKS— H. H. Toland, J. M. McNulty, James 
Simpson and J. P. Whitney. 
Clebk — William S. W. Cragin. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Mayor's Office, City Hall. 

James Otis, Alexander Austin and William P. Hum- 
phreys. 
President- James Otis. 
Secketart— Henry S. Tibbey. 
Attorney- M. M. Estee. 



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iissioners. 



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Eugene L. Sullivan, S. F. Butterworth and WHliam 
Alvord. 
President— Eugene L. Sullivan. 
Secretary- J. T. Fleming. 
Engineer— W. H. Hall. 
Office 302 Montgomery street. 

POIilCE DEPARTMENT. 

Board of Police Commissioners — James Otis, 
Theodore G. Cockrill and Davis Louderback. 
President — James Otis. 
Clerk — William S. W. Cragin. 

Chief of Police— Theodore G. Cockrill. 

Captains of Police— Isaiah W. Lees, Henry H.Ellis, 
William Y. Douglas and John Short. 

Clerk of Chief of Police— .-i-lfred Clarke. 

Detectives— Captain I. W. Lees, H. H. Ellis, Ben- 
jamin F. Bohen, A. W. Stone, John Coffey, William 
S. Jones, Wm. L. Keyser, James E. Eodgers, William 
O. Bradlev. 

Property Clerk— William Cullen. 

Hack Inspector— Cornelius Martin. 

Citv Prison Keepers — Meier Lindheimer, Samuel 
B. Al'den, E. J. McCourtney, William D. Hensley. 

Eegular Policemen — Alfred Clarke, Leopold Eng- 
lander, John Colter, Benjamin F. Bohen, William F. 



Miles, Jacob B. Forner, John Coffey, Meier Lind- !i 
heimer, Cornelius Martin, Andrew Glover, Charles il 
Cook, Gideon Thompson, Appleton W. Stone, John it 
Meagher, William P. Morehouse, William Cullen, 1^ 
William Doran, Peter K. Eogers, Hugh McCafi'rey, \\ 
Patrick Barry, Edward Cohrn, Thomas P. Kingsbury, it 
John Mahon, John P. McDermott, William L. Car- ii 
penter, John H. Bums, John Casey, Martin Fennell, j| 
Michael Fitzgerald, Eobert Hogan, Patrick Slevin, |! 
John Sullivan, John Dolan, Andrew J.Dunle-\-y, John li 
M. Fitzgibbon, William S. Jones, Patrick Kearns, it 
William H. Kentzel, William L. Keyser, Philip E. I i 
Smith, James O'Doncell, John W. Beckwith, .Albert \i 
Marsh, John Waldron, John C. .\yres, George W. Har- ii 
mon, Arnop Bainbridge, William Burke, Dennis Cour- .i 
neen, Charles Cullen. Leonard Guion, Charles H. jt 
Hall, James Harrold, William D. Hensley, E. J. [': 
McCortney, Patrick McDonough, James McXamara, |' 
John McSurley, Timothy Shields, E. D. Stiles, John 11 
Wallace, Samuel B. Alden, Stephen Bunner, David n 
Supple, Edward Giles, Michael Murray, Frank F. 
Spiller, Daniel Coffey, Patrick S. Hagerty, Edward 
Devitt, Abraham Sharp, M. A. Loftus, Peter O'Eeilly, 
John AV. Shields, William Gaynor, JohnH. J. Seydeu, 
Joseph H. Baker, A.J. Houghtaling, Michael Mur- 
phy, Edward Ward, James Kavanagh, William E. 
Doyle, George W. Curtis, Charles D. Wallace, Thomas 
E. Langford, Watson Nichols, Mortimer Hopkins, 
Charles H. Dickerson, Henry Gardenier, James E. 
Eogers, William John Burke, Otto Boye, Jacob Ler- 
men, Philip Maguire, Charles Bauer, Sheldon Pome- 
roy, Michael Michaels, Thomas D. McKenna, John 
Tasker Wright, James H. Cochran, James Henry Hut- 
ton, Charles W. Armager, A. B. Asher, Joseph Bee, 
Charles A. Blakslee, George W. Sweetzer, Joseph E. 
BouUet, William Osgood Bradley, Isaac Bradrick, i'f 
James M. Broom, Fred. T. Brown, John Burke, s 
Henry A. Buttner, William Clarissy, William L. j 
Coles, Enoch T. Casseboom, Thomas H. Crogau, Ed- Ii 
win E. Eaton, James L. Gallagher, Thomas Gillespie, 1 
W. F. Goldsmith, Thomas E. Harris, John A. Hartv, 
Charles Kohlman, Henry Law, Theodore C. Metzler, 
A. W. Niles, D. A. Peckinpah, Nason Eobinson, 
Henry F. Eoskamp, Thomas P. Evan, John Sohroeder, io 
Eiahard Scott, Charles E. Shute,"M. A. Smith, Henry k 
W. Waite, James A. Wilson, Charles E. Wulferdingen, [/. 
Paxton K. Jacoby, William L. Burdick, Thomas Priced [? 
Christopher C. Cox, Eaymond M. Silvey, John A 
McLaughlin, James Love, Charles Johnson, Moses 
Armes, James H. Eochford, J. H. Eandolph. 

FIRE T| DEPARTJ>IEXT. 

Commissionees— William Ford, Gordon E. Sloss, ! 
C. B. Edwards, Edward Flaherty, James L. King. 

President- William Ford. 

Clerk- John P. Shine. 

Messenger — George W. L. Post. 

Chief Engineer— David Scannell. 

Assistants — Jlatthew Brady, John E. Boss, James 
Eiley. George W. Corbell. 

Superintendent Steam Ftee Ekgines— Samuel 
Eainey. 

Assistant— William Free. 

"Veterin.«iy Scegeon— Peter Bums. 

Corporation Yard Keeper— William N. Smith. 

Corporation Yard DEAXMAN^Charles Lyons. 

Hydeantmen— John McCarthy and William F. Fin- 
ley. 

Steamers, etc. ^ 

Number of steamers, 10; horse hose reels, 15; hook 
and ladder companys, 3; hand engines, 2; horses, with 
their necessary equipments, SO. 

The force is distributed as follows: 

Engine No. 1, and one hose reel — Pacific street, be- 
tween Montgomery and Sansome, Charles Kimball, 
foreman. 

Engine No. 2, and one hose reel— North side Bush, 
between Kearny and Dupont, Jer. J. Kelly, foreman. 

Engine No. 3, and jjne hose reel— South San Fran- 
cisco, M. D. Dolan, foreman. 

Engine No. 4, aad one hose reel— West side Second 
street, between Natoma and Howard, William H. Mil- 
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Engine No. 5, and one bose reel— West side Stockton 
street, between Pacific and Broadway, George W. 
Kennard, foreman. 

Engine No. 6, and one hose reel— East side Sixth 
street, south of Eolsom, "Walter 0. T. Smith, fore- 
man. 

Engine No. 7, and one hose reel— East side Sixteenth 
street, between Valencia and Guen-ero, J. J. Skehan, 
foreman. 

Engine No. 8, and one hose reel— North side Pacific 
street, between Leavenworth and Jones, J.Dyer, fore- 
man. 

Engine No. 9, and one hose reel— West side Main 
street, near Folsom, William H. Spencer, foreman. 

Engine No. 10, and one hose reel— North side Bryant 
street, between Fourth and Fifth, J. W. Jovu'den, fore- 
man. 

Hose Company No. 1— North side Jackson street, 
between Front and Davis, John Cosgrove, foreman. 

Hose Company No. 2— Post street, near Fillmore, 
George K. Holmes, foreman. 

Hose Company No. 3 — Twenty-second street, near 
Folsom, J. V. Deuniston, foi'eman. 

Hose Company No. 4— East side Stockton street, 
north of Greenwich, James Derham, ibrem.in. 

Hose Company No. 5 — Sovith side Market street, be- 
tween Tenth and Eleventh, James Riley, foreman. 

Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 — North side of 
O'Farrell street, west of Dupont, with patent fire es- 
cape attached, A. C. Imbrie, foreman. 

Hook and i>adder Company No. 2— South side of 
Broadway street, between Dupont and Stockton, A. 
Bourgeois, foreman. 

Hook and Ladder Company No. 3— South side of 
Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh, W. D. 
1 Hall, foreman. 

South San Francisco Engine No. 1, and Hose Reel— 
Fourteen street, between Railroad avenue and N, 

Gillen, foreman. 

One hand engine and hose reel at Butchertown. 
One hand engine and hose reel at Alms House. 

Fire Alai-m. 

Superintendent — M. Greenwood. 
Opekatobs— J. G. Bloomer, Thomas M. McLeod 
and Frank G. Wood. 
Repaieebs — Hari-y Morton and William Morton. 

LOCATION Ot- signal BOXES. 

1 — N. W. corner Stockton and Francisco. 

2— N. E. corner Mason and Lombard. 

3— S. W. corner Stockton and Greenwich. 

4 — N. W. corner Sausome and Greenwich. 

5— N. E. corner Battery and Union. 

6 — S. E. corner Montgomery and Green. 

7 — S. E. corner Kearny and Union. 

8 — S. W. corner Powell and Union. 

9— N. E. corner Dupont and Vallejo. 
12— N. W. corner California and Kearny. 
13 — S. W. corner Front and Broadway. 
14— S. \y. corner Stockton and Broadway. 
15— S. W. corner Clay aiid East. 
16— N. W. corner Mason and Pacific. 
17— N. E, corner Kearny and Pacific. 
18 — S. AV. corner Sansome and Jackson. 
19— N. W. corner Davis and Washington. 
21— City Hall. 

23— S. W. corner Taylor and Clay. 
24— N. E. corner Clay and Powell. 

1 25— N. W. corner Washington and Dupont. 
I 26— N. E. corner Clay and Battery. 

27 — N. W. corner Moutgomsry aad Commercial. 

28— S. W. corner Pine and Dupont. 

29— S. E. corner Stockton and California. 

31— S. W. corner Sansome and Halleck. 

32— S. W. corner California and Drumm. 

34 — S. W. corner Mission and Steuart. 

33 — S. W. corner Montgnmery and Pine. 

36— N. W. corner Folsom and St;;uart. 

37 — N. W. corner Battery and Bush. 

38— S. E. corner Market and Second. 

39— N. W. corner Howard and Sp'ear. 

41— N. W. corner Sutter and Jones. 

42 — S. E. corner Geary and Mason. 

43— O'Farrell, near Dupont. 



1r~I" I- ''°^''' O'Farrell and Jones. 
;7 o" S; '^°''^" Kearny and Sutter. 
Aotj I- *^"™"" Market and Powell. 

t?~Q-w- '=<"-°er Stockton and Sutter. 

Ko 1" X '^°™e'' lolsom and B.ale. 

^•i~?t' 1.; '=o™'=r Mission and Fremont. 
5d— N. W. corner Townsend and Third 

^R ^t"^^?^ ?^°- * ^°"^'^' Second, near Howard 

r?~c°,'^'' «"Je of Bryant street, west of First 

il~b ^3- corner Brannan and Second. 

58— N. W. corner Folsom and First. 

^?~f ■ ,¥•• ^- ^- ^"-'^ ^^'I'^rf. f"ot of First. 

61— S. W. corner Howard and Third. 

62— S. E. corner Mission and Fourth. 

^. ?• J^- '^°^^^^ Harrison aud Fourth. 

M— b. W. corner Howard and Filth. 

65— S. E. corner Mission and Sixth 

67— N. E. corner Harrison and Hawthorne. 

68— N. E. corner Brannan aud Fourth 

69— S. W. corner Bryant aud Third. 

■^1— N. W. corner Mission and Eleventh 

72— S. E. corner Mission and Thirteenth. 

73— S. E. comer Howard and Eiglith. 

74— Engine No. 7 house, Sixteenth. 

7.5— Market street, opposite Seventh. 

76— S. W. comer Market aud Hayes. 

78— N. E. comer Folsom and Ninth. 

79— N. W. corner Folsom and Tweltth. 

81— S. E. corner Franklin and Hayes. 

82— N. E. corner Fulton aud Gough. 

83— N. E. corner Octavia and Oak. 

84— Valencia and Market. 

83— N. E. corner Laguna and Hayes. 

91— N. E. comer Hyde and Turk. 

92— N. E. corner Franklin and Turk. 

93— N. E. corner Jones and Turk. 

94— S. E. corner Polk and Ellis. 

95— N. E. corner Market and Taylor. 
123— S. E. comer Hj-de and Union. 
124— Pioneer Woolen Mills, Black Point. 
125— N. W. comer Filbert and Jones. 
126— S. E. corner Hyde and Washington. 
127— S. E. comer Broadway and Pulk. 
128— S. E. corner Sacramento and Leavenworth. 
129— S. E. coiner Pacific and Leavenworth. 
132— S. W. corner Pine and Mason. 
134— S. E. corner Bush and Hyde. 
135— S. W. corner Bush and Polk. 
136— N. E. corner Post .and Van Ness avenue. 
137 — N. W. comer Post and Larkin. 
138— N. W. corner California and Larkin. 
139-S. W. comer O'Fairell and Hyde. 
142— N. E. comer Valencia and Twentieth. 
143— N. E. comer Mission and Twenty-second. 
145_N. W. corner Folsom and Twenty-second. 
146— S. W. corner Folsom and Sixteenth. 
147 _N. E. corner Howtird and Twentieth. 
148— N. E. comer Mission and Sixteenth. 
149_S. w. comer Folsom and Eighteenth. 
152— S.W. corner Brannan and Eighth. 
153— N. W. corner Harrison and Seventh. 
154— N. W. corner Bryant aud Sixth. 
156-N. E. comer Fourth and Berrj-. 
157— South side Folsom, east of Fourth 
158— South side Folsom, east of Fifth. 
159— Engine No. 6 house, Sixtli, near Folsom. 
162— S. E. corner Pacific aud Franklin. 
163— S. E. corner Sacramento and Franklin. 
164— S. E. corner Clay and Polk. 
172_N. E. corner McAllister aud Biictianan. 
173— N. W. corner Ellis and Buchanan. 
174— N. E. corner Turk and Fillracre. 
182-S. E. corner Fourth and Townsend. 
183— N. E. corner Mission and Eif-'hth. 
192— N. W. comer California and Front. 
213— S. W. corner Bush and Buchanan. 
214— N. E. corner Bush and Steiner. 
215— S. E. corner Washinjjtjn and websttr. 
216— s! E. corner Sacramento and Fillmore. 
217— S. E. corner Bush and Devlsadero. 
218— N. E. corner Post and Fillmcjrc. 
231-N. E. corner Hownrd and T"„''°'>;'''!.'"°;^ 
234— N. W. comer Harrison and rwi-nty-iounn. 
235— City and County Hospital. 
236-N. E. comer Mission aud Twenty-sixth. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



City and County Ward Bowndaries. 

First WAED-First Precinct.— Bounded by the waters 
of the Bay on the north and east, Washington street 
on the south and Battery on the west, including the 
islands in the Bay. 

. Second Precinct.— Bounded by the waters of the 
Bay on the north, by the waters of the Bay and Bat- 
tery street on the east, Vallejo on the south, and 
Kearny on the west. 

Third Precinct.— Bounded by Vallejo street on the 
north, Battery on the east, Washington on the south, 
and Kearny on the west. 

Second Ward— First Precinct.- Bounded by the 
waters of the Bay on the north, Kearny street on the 
east, Vallejo on the south, Stockton from Vallejo to 
Union on the west. Union from Stockton to Powell 
on the south, and Powell on the west. 

Second Precinct.— Bounded by the waters of the 
Bay on the north, Powell street from the waters of 
the Bay to Union on the east, Union from Powell to 
Stockton on the north, Stockton from Union to Val- 
lejo on the east, Vallejo from Stockton to Larkin on 
the south, and Larkin on the west. 

Third Ward.— Bounded by Washington street on 
the north, Market and the waters of the Bay on the 
east, California on the south, and Kearny on the west. 

Fourth Ward— First Precinct.— Bounded by Vallejo 
street on the north, Kearny on the east, Washington 
on the south, and Mason on the west. 

Second Precinct.— Bounded by Vallejo street on the 
north, Mason on the east, Washington on the south, 
and Larkin on the west. 

Fifth Ward.— Bounded by California street on the 
north, Market on the east and south, and Kearny on 
the west. 

Sixth Ward— First Precinct. — Bounded by Washing- 
ton street on the north, Kearny on the east, Sacra- 
mento on the south, and Larkin on the west. 

Second Precinct. — Bounded by Sacramento street 
on the north, Kearny on the east, Pine on the south, 
and Larkin on the west. 

Seventh Ward — First Precinct. — Bounded by Mar- 
ket street on the northwest, Fremont on the north- 
east, Natoma on the southeast, and Second on the 
southwest. 

Second Precinct.— Bounded by Natoma street on the 
northwest, Fremont on the northeast, Harrison on the 
southeast, and Second on the southwest. 

Third Precinct. — Bounded by Market strSet on the 
northwest, by the waters of the Bay on the east, Har- 
rison on the southeast, and Fremont on the southwest. 

Eighth Ward — First Precinct.— Bo-anded by Pine 
street on the north, Kearny on the east, Sutter on the 
south, and Mason on the west. 

Second Precinct.— Bounded by Sutter street on the 
north, Kearny on the east, Geary on the south, and 
Mason on the west. 

Third Precinct.— Bounded by Geary street on the 
north, Kearny on the east. Market on the southeast, 
and Mason on the west. 

Fourth Precinct. — Bounded by Pine street on the 
north. Mason on the east. Post on the south, and 
Larkin on the west. 

Fifth Precinct. — Bounded by Post street on the 
north. Mason on the east, Ellis on the south, and 
Larkin on the west. 

Sixth Precinct.— Bounded by Ellis street on the 
north. Mason on the east. Market on the southeast, 
and Larkin on the west. 

Ninth Ward— First Precinct .—Bounded by Harrison 
street on the northwest, by the waters of the Bay on 
the east and south, and Third street on the southwest. 

Second Precinct.— Bounded by Harrison street on 
the northwest. Third on the northeast, by the waters 
of the Bay on the south, and Fifth street on the 
southwest. 

Third Precinct. — Bounded by Harrison street on 
the northwest. Fifth on the northeast, by the waters 



of the Bay on the south, and Seventh street on the 
southwest. 

Tenth Ward — First Precinct. — Bounded by Market 
street on the northwest, Second on the northeast, 
Howard on the southeast, and Third on the south- 
west. 

Second Precinct. — Bounded by Howard street on 
the northwest. Second on the northeast, Harrison on 
the southeast, and Third on the southwest. 

Third Precinct. — Bounded by Howard street on the 
northwest. Third on the northeast, Harrison on the 
southeast, and Fourth on the southwest. 

Fourth Precinct.— Bounded by Market street on the 
northwest, Third on the northeast, Howard on the 
southeast, and Fourth on the southwest. 

Fifth Precinct. — Bounded by Market street on the 
northwest, Fourth on the northeast, Howard on the 
southeast, and Fifth on the southwest. 

Sixth Precinct. — Bounded by Howard street on the 
northwest. Fourth on the northeast, Harrison on the 
southeast, and Fifth on the southwest. 

Seventh Precinct. — Bounded by Howard street on 
the northwest. Fifth on the northeast, Harrison on 
the southeast, and Seventh on the southwest. 

Eighth Precinct. — Bounded by Market street on the 
northwest. Fifth on the northeast, Howard on the 
southeast, and Seventh on the southwest. 

Eleventh Ward— First Precinct. — Bounded by 
Market street on the northwest. Seventh on the 
northeast, Mission Creek on the south, and Eighth 
street on the southwest. 

Second Precinct. — Bounded by Market street on 
the northwest. Eighth on the northeast, Mission 
creek on the south, and Eleventh street on the south- 
west. 

Third Precinct.— Bounded by Market street on the 
northwest. Eleventh on the northeast. Mission creek 
from Eleventh to Sixteenth on the southeast. Six- 
teenth from Mission creek to Dolores on the south, 
and Dolores on the west. 

Fourth Precinct. — Bounded by Sixteenth street on 
the north, Folsom on the east. Twenty-first on the 
south, and Dolores on the west. 

Fifth Precinct. — Bounded by Mission creek on the 
north, Rhode Island on the east, Precita creek from 
Rhode Island to the San Bruno Road on the south, San 
Bruno Road from Precita creek to Serpentine avenue 
on the west. Serpentine avenue from the San Bruno 
Road to Folsom on the south, and Folsom on the 
west. 

Sixth Precinct.— Bounded by Channel street on the 
northwest, by the waters of the Bay on the east, Pre- 
cita creek on the south, and Rhode Island on the west. 

Seventh Precinct.— Boimded by Precita Creek on 
the north, by the waters of the Bay on the east, 
county line on the south, and the San Brimo Road on 
the west. 

Eighth Precinct. — Beginning at the intersection of 
the center line of Ridley street projected westerly 
with the westerly line of Stanyan ; thence in a 
southerly direction to the southeasterly corner of the 
Sunnyside House; thence in a southerly direction to 
the northeasterly corndr of the Industrial School 
Tract, on the westerly side of the Old San Jose Road; 
thence southerly along the westerly line of the Old 
San Jose Road to the southerly line of the city and 
county; thence west on said southerly line to the Pa- 
cific Ocean ; thence northerly along said Pacific 
Ocean to a point that would be intersected by the 
center line of Ridley street projected westerly to said 
ocean, and thence easterly along said projected centre 
line of Ridley street.to the place of beginning. 

Ninth Precinct. — Beginning at the intersection of 
the centre line of Ridley street produced westerly 
with the westerly line of Stanyan street; thence in an 
easterly direction along said projected centre line of 
Ridley to Dolores street; thence along Dolores street 
in a southerly direction to Twenty-first; thence along 
Twenty-first street in an easterly direction to Fol- 
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tionto Serpentine avenuo; thence along Serpentine 
avenue in an easterly cUrection to the San Bruno 
road; thence along the San Bruno road in a southerly 
direction to the southerly line of the city and county 
thence along said southery line in a westerly direc- 
tion to the westerly line of the old San Jose road- 
thence along the westerly line of the old San Jose 
road in a northerly direction to the northeasterly 
corner of the Industrial School Tract: thence in a 
northerly direction to the southeasterly corner of the 
Sunnyside House, and thence in a northerly direction 
to the place of beginning. 

Twelfth W.\bd— First Precinct.— Bounded by the 
waters of the Bay on the north, Larkiu street on the 
east, Washington street and a direct line to the Pa- 
cific Ocean on the south, and the Pacific Ocean on the 
west. 
Second Precinct.— Bounded by Washington street 
I and a direct line to the Pacific Ocean on the north, 
] Larkin on the east. Post and a direct line to the Pacific 
j Ocean on the south, and the Pacific Ocean on the 
! west. 

I Third Precinct.- Bounded by Post street and a di- 
I rect line to the Pacific ocean on the aurth, Larkin 
on the east, Eddy as produced, and a direct line to the 
I Pacific Ocean on the south, and the Pacific Ocean ond 
I the west. 

I Fourth Precinct.— Bounded by Eddy street as pro- 
, duced, and a direct line to the Pacific Gcean on the 
north, Larkin on the east. Grove street and a di- 
rect line to the Pacific Ocean on the south, and the 
Pacific Ocean on the west. 

Fifth Precinct. — Bounded by Grove street and a di- 
rect line to the Pacific Ocean on the north, Larkin 
on the east. Market from Larkin to Ridley on the 
southeast, Ridley and a direct line to the Pacific 
Ocean on the south, and the Pacific ocean on the 
west. 

HACK ORDrVAXCE. 

City Ordiuaiice Xo. 285— Ha cits and Cabs 
—Rates of Fare. 

A hack for one person not exceedi eg one mile ... $1 50 
A hack for two or more persons not exceeding 

[ one mile 2 50 

Each additional mile for each passenger . . 50 

A cab for one person not exceeding one mile 1 00 

A cab for two or more persons not exceeding one 

mile 150 

Each passenger for each additional mile 25 

A cab for two persons, when engaged by the 
hour, to be computed for the time occupied 
in going and returning, including detention, 

for the first hour 150 

Each subsequent hour so used 1 00 

A hack for four or less persons, when engaged by 
the hour ; to be computed for the time occu- 
pied in going and returning, including de- 
tention, for the first hour 3 00 

Each subsequent hour so used 2 00 

No extra charge to any passenger shall be made for 
the ordinary amount of baggage 

Sec. 5 or Order i3.— From the landing of any 
steamboat to any point east of the west line of Ma- 
son street, and north of the south line of Brannan 
street, east of Third street, shall in all cases be esti- 
mated not to exceed one mile 

Penalty not less than $5 or more than $10, each 
offense. 



Judiciary. 

United States Supreme Court. 

Chief Justice— MoiTison R. Waite. 

Associate Justices-Xathnn Clifford, Portland, Me.; 
Noah H. Swayne, Columbus, Ohio: Samuel F. Miller, 
Keokuk, Iowa; David Davis, Bloomintjton. 111.; S. J. 
Field, San Francisco, Cal. : Joseph P . Bradley. >'« ^'Ic 
N. J.: William Strong, Philadeli^hia, Penn.; Ward 
Hunt, Mew York. 

Clerk- Daniel Wesley. Middleton. 

Marshal— John H. Nicholay. 



Reporter-John William Wallace 

Attorney General-George H. Williams. Oregon 

Solicitor G.neral-Samuel Field PhiUlM 

Terms-Second Monday of October in each year. 

Courts in San Francisco. 

U^^TED STATES CIBcnT COrRT. 

Presiding Judge-Hon. Stephen J. Field 

Circuit Judge-Hon. Lorenzo Sawyer ' 

Associate Judge— Ogden Huffman 

US. Attorney-Walter Van Dyke; Assts-John M 
Coghlanand.V.P. VanDuzer. ">-vonn m. 

^r'^^'Hrf- ^- ^- Sawyer; Asst-Josiph F. O'BolnjP 

Marshal-E. P. Marsellus; Deputles-O. F. Worth' 

Hor?ceBrcon.^- '^ ^'™*'^' H-T Finneg«. and 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUKT. 

Judge— Ogden Hoffman. 

r. S. Attorney- Walter Van Dyke; Assts-John H 
Coghlan and A. P. Van Duzer. 

Clerk— Ed w.ml B. Cotter; Asst-A. D. Grimwood. 

Otfice Clerk— Robert Crockett. 

Marshal— E. P. Marsellus; Deputies-G. F. Worth. 
C. H. Mead. Henry Finnegass, Horace Bacon and B. 
F. Akerman. 

Registrars in Bankruptcy— Samuel J. Clarke Jr 
and James M. Gitchell. 

United States Commis.sloner8— Edwanl B. Cotter, 
Robert Crockett, A. D. Grimwood, Nathaniel Holland, 
C. Allard Low, H. F. Lardner, John J. MaHinnls, Joa. 
F. O'Beirne, John A. Robinson and L. S. B. Sawyer. 

REOrXAB TERMS OF THE U. 8. CIKCITT COUBT. 

Second Mondays of Februarj-, July and December. 

BEGUL:Ui TERMS OF THE V. 8. DISTRICT COCKT. 

First Monday of April, Second Monday of Angxut, 
and first Monday of December. 

SUPREME COURT OF C.A.LIFORXIA. 

Chief Justice— Hon. William T. Wallace. 

Associate Justices— Hon. Ji)seph B. Crockett, Hon. 
lugustus L. Rhodes, Hon. Addison C. NUes and Hon. 
E. W. McKinstri-. 

Report*; r— Charles A. Turtle. 

Attomev General— .John L. Love. 

Clerk— Grant I. Taggart. 

Deputy Clerk— Allen Tillinghast. 

Phonographic Reporter— James .\. Waymire. 

Secretary- and Librarian— Carl C. Fiukkr. 

BaiUff— Thomas F. O'Connor. 

Assistant Clerk— G. T. Stahe. 

Porter— J. Connelly. 

Terms- Second Monday in January and July, ^t 
San Francisco, and second Monday in April and Oc- 
tober, at Sacramento. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

TmBD-^Judge. Samuel B. M. K. e (t. rm expire* Jan- 
uary 187C): Commissioner, John B. Mhoon: Bk- 
porter, Samuel Osbom. Court Clerk. John W. Breck- 
euridge ; Register Clerk, Colin M . Boyd ; As8t Beglster 
Clerk, Spencer C. Brown. 

FocBTH— Judge, R. F. Morrison (term oxpir.>s Jan- 
uarv 1876): Commissioner, Charles Halsey: Reporter, 
Dr E S. Belden. Coiurt CUrk. John F. BM.n ; Rett- 
ister Clerk. James E. Ash.om ; Asst Ue;;ister Cler»i. 
William Ledlie ; Copy Clurk. Wm. Stevenson. 

TwELFTH-Judge. J. R. 91'arpst;,in l''TP '."'"."^ 
January, 1870); Commissioner, WilliaiuH. Hliod..-, 
Reporter. George Hall. Court Clrk L. P Peek .lUy 
ister Clerk, J. D. Ruggles: A8.'<t K. gister Clork. b. o. 
Ellis: CopyClerk, Mrs. N. Tyler. 

FnTF.EXTH-Judge-Samuel ?■ D^n. lie (t«ni ex- 
pires Januarj-, IS^S) ; Commmsioner. WUU«n H. 
Chevers; Rep .rter. .Yndr-w . . ^.rsh^ Court llert^ 
Robert S. M.Kee ; Register Clerk. ^"I'^J ■^'^^'g^. 
Register Clerk, H. W. Kind ; Copy Clerk. O. T. Bner- 
son. ,_^ 

I^INETEEKTH-Judge. E D. ^^l"" ' *"^ "t-^^ 

October, 1879) : a>mmi88loner. Gordon M. Mon 



Re- 
porter, John H. Reilly '^^^^ '^'^l^ ^^^/^'^ 
Register Clerk. Frank F. Stone ; Aaet B^glfteT Uertt. 
Samuel L. Lupton and L. J. toe. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



COXnSTTY COURT. 

Judge, Selden S. Wright (term expired January, 
1876); Reporter, Charles A. Sumner. Court Clerk, 
Wni. B. Smith; Asst Court Clerk, A. L. Whitney; 
Register Clerk, T. Penuiman; Copy Clerk, J. H. Har- 
ney. 

PROBATE COURT. 

Judge, Milton H. Myrick (term expires January, 
1876.) Court Clerk, A. J. Jeghers ; Register Clerks, 
Tristam Burgess, F. J. Pierce and G. L. Jordan. 

MUNICIPAL CRIMINAL COURT. 

Judge, M. C. Blake (term expires January, 1876 ;) 

Reporter, Hervey Darneal. Coiu-t Clerk, D. B. Woolf ; 

Register Clerk, F. J. Skelly. Court Rooms, 729 Mont. 

POLICE COURT. 
Judge, Davis Louderback (term expires January, 
1876); Prosecuting Attorney, Edward P. Batchelor; 
Clerk, William Martin; Chinese Interpreter, Louis 
Locke; French and Spanish Interpreter, John Lussey; 
German Interpreter, Ernest C. Stock. 

JUSTICES' COURT. 

Presiding Justice— Heni-y L. Joachimsen. 

Associate Justices— James C. Pennie, R. August 
Thompson, Frederick A. Sawyer and Lyman W. Ran- 
som. 

Clerk— George L. Wedekind; Deputy, Charles W. 
Childs. 

Janitor— H. Michael Cosgriff. 

COUHTTEEMB. 

Third District Court— Third Monday in Api-il, Au- 
gnst and December. 

Fourth — First Monday in February, May, August 
and November. 

Twelfth — First Monday in January, April, July and 
October. 

Fifteenth — First Monday in March, June, Septem- 
ber and December. 

Ninteenth — Second Monday in April, August and 
December. 

County Court — First Monday in January,_ March, 
May, July, September and November. 

Municipal Criminal Court— First Monday in Jan- 
uary, March, May, July, September and November. 

Probate Court — First Monday in each month. 



State Government. 

Executive Department. 

Governor — Newton Booth. 

Lieutenant-Governor — Romiialdo Pacheco . 

Secretary of State — Drury Melons. 

Controller— James J. Green. 

State Treasurer — Ferdinand Baehr. 

Attorney-General — John Lord Love. 

Surveyor-General — Robert Gardner. 

State Printer — Grant H. Springer. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction —H. N. 
Bolander. 

State Librarian — R. O. Cravens. 

Private Secretary to Governor — Albert Hart. 

Executive Secretary— L. E. Crane. 

Deputy Secretary cf State— N. E. White. 

Clerks to Secretary of State— W. H. Payne, JamesA. 
Duffy, Henry W. Reddington and D. Harmon. 

Deputy Controller — John S. Barrett 

Clerks to Controller— C. F. Smith, H. A. Moses, 
Barney Green, Richard Arms and W. L. McEwen. 

Clerks to Surveyor-General— E. Twitchell, A. P. 
Redding, and John C. Reid, draftsman. 

Deputy Attorney-General — George A. Blan chard. 

Deputy Treasurer — Edward Carlson. 

Deputy Surveyor-General — A. N. Guptill. 

Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction— John 
H. Eickhoff ; Lewis Bolander, clerk. 

Clerks to State Land Office — James O. Wanzer and 
Isaac Ayer. 

Board of Eqtialization — J. G. Eastman, Secretary ; 
Henry Haskell, clerk. 



Board of Examiners — Newton Booth (Governor), 
Drury Malone (Secretary of State), John L. Love (At- 
torney-General), Albert Hart, Clerk; E. H. Jefferis, 
Expert. 

Board of Military Auditors — Newton Booth, Com- 
mander-in-Chief ; John L. Love and L. H. Foote. 

Board of Capitol Commissioners — Newton Booth, 
Drury Melone and Ferdinand Baher. 

Board of Orphan Asylimi Commissioners— Newton 
Booth, John L. Love and Drury Melone. 

.Commissioner of Immigration — R. K. Piotrowski, 
office 302 Davis, S. F. 

Deaf, Dumb and Blindlnstiute— Directors: L.Ham- 
ilton, J. Mora Moss, D. D. Shattuck, Erwin J. Crane 
and T. L. Barker. 

Fish Commissioners— B. B. Redding, S. R. Throck- 
morton and J. D. Farwell ; office, 401 California, S.F. 

Gauger of Liquors, Port of San Francisco — James 
Hunter; office, 321 Front, S. F. 

Harbor Commissioner, Eureka, Humboldt Co. — 
Edwin Tomlinson. 

Inspector of Gas Meters— James L. Bissell. 

Insurance Commissioner — J. W. Foard; office, 401 
California, S. F. 

Marine I5oard of Commissioners, Port of San Fran- 
cisco— J. D. P. Teller, Daniel Bigley, T. J. Cockrill 

E. B. Vreeland, Secretai-y ; office 302 Davis, S. F. 
Pilot Commissioners for Ports of San Francisco, 

Mare Island, Vallejo and Beuicia — A. Y. Trask, Sam- 
uel P. Wells and Charles Nelson. Office 34 Mer- 
chants' Exchange. For San Diego — Charles G. Mc- 
Almond. 

Port Wardens— Joseph Austin, Porter Hayden, Ar- 
chibald Harloe and Isaac Swain; John P. Jonrden, 
Secretary. Office 525 Front. 

State Assayer— Louis Falkenau. Office 421 Mont- 
gomery, S. F. 

State Board of Agricultiu-e for 1874: President— R. 
S. Carey, Sacramento. Directors — Coleman Younger, 
San Jose; T. L. Chamberlain, Lincoln, Placer county; 
Charles H. Ross, Sacramento; M. D. Boruck, San 
Francisco; Marion Biggs, Butte; Frederick Cox, 
Chris. Green, Robert Hamilton and J, J. Green, Sac- 
ramento. Secretary — Robert Beck, Sacramento. 
Treasurer — R. T. Brown, Sacramento. 

State Board of Health — Mayor of San Francisco 
(President) , L. C. Lane, M.D., H. H. Toland, M.D., 
J. M. McNulty, M.D., J. P. Whitney, M.D., and 
James Simpson, M.D. 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION— Newton Booth, 
ex-offlcio; Henry N. Bolander, ex-offlcio. Charles H. 
Allen, San Jose; James Denman, SanFrancisco; G. R. 
Kelly, Sacramento; J. G. Kennedy, Santa Clara; W. F. 
B. Lynch, Oakland; A. C. McMeans, Sonoma; T. O. 
Crawford, Stockton. 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION — Smith 
Brown, Napa; A. P. Catlin, Sacramento; J. J. Green, 
Comptroller, Sacramento. 

STATE PRISON DIRECTORS— Newton Booth, ex- 
officio; Drury Malone, ex-officio; Romualdo Pacheco, 
ex-officio. 

STATE HARBOR COMMISSIONERS— D. C. Mc- 
Ruer, Thomas D. Mathewson, Samuel Soule. J. A. 
McClelland, Secretary; J. E. Skidmore, Assistant; T. 
J. Arnold, Engineer of Sea Wall. Jonn H. Blethen, 
Chief Whai-finger. Office 414 Montgomery, S. F. 

STATE LIBRARY TRUSTEES— Joseph Hamilton, 

F. W. Hatch, J. J. Green, E. B, Mott, jr., J. W. Arm- 

strong. 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— Trustees— Benjamin 
Corey, T. L. Beans and B. Bryant. 

STATE GEOLOGIST— J. D. Whitney. Office 91 
Montgomery blk, S. F. 

TIDE LAND COMMISSIONERS— Newton Booth, 
J. J. Green, Robert Gardner. John Currier. Secretary. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA— Regents ex-officio 
—Newton Booth, Governor, ex-officio President of the 
Board; Romualdo Pacheco, Lieutenant Governor; M. 
M. Estee, Speaker of the Assembly; Henry N. Bolan- 
der, State Superintendent of Public Instruction; R. 
S. Carey, President of the State Agi-icultural Society; 
A. S. Hallidie, President of the Mechanics' Institute, 
San Francisco. Appointed- S. B. McKee, Horatio 
Stebbins, Lawrence Archer, A. J. Bowie, John B 
Felton, William C. Ralston, John S. Hager, Louis 
Sachs, J. West Martin, John F. Smith, H. H. Haight, 



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Joseph W. 'Vrinans, J. Mora Moss, J. M. Hamilton, D. 
O. Mills and William Meek. 

CALIFOKXIA STATE PRISON— R. Paclieco, Lieu- 
tenant-Grovernor, Warden ; James Towle, Captain of 
the Guard ; Lee B. Matthews, Captain of the Yard ; C. 
P. Tinkham. Turnkey; William M. Harron, Commis- 
sary ; P. W. Randle, Physician ; William H. McGrew, 
Clerk ; R. M. Apgar, First Gatekeeper; James Fitz- 
patrick. Second Gatekeeper ; Miguel Smith, Moral In- 
structor ; John King, Engineer. 



Public Offices and Buildings. 

The offices enumerated in this list are city and 
county unless otherwise designated : 

Alms House — Mission Ocean road, 4}^ miles from 
City Hall. 

Appraiser (U. S.) — SW cor Jackson and Battery. 

Assayer (State) — 421 Montgomery. 

Assessor — First floor City Hall. 

Asst Treasurer (U. S.) — 428 Montgomery. 

Attorney (U. S.)— Room 7, U. S. Court Bldg. 

Auditor— First floor City Hall. 

Bankruptcy Registrars (U. S.)— Room 25, U. S. 
Court Bldg, and 636 Clay, room 10. 

Board of Education— Second floor City Hall; Com- 
mittee room third floor. 

Board of Health (State)— Mayor's office. 

Board of Public Works— City Hall, second floor. 

Board of Revejiue Fund Commissioners — 2 City 
Hall, first floor. 

Board of Supervisors — Second floor City Hall; 
Clerk's office, second floor City Hall. 

Centennial Commissioners (State)— NE cor Post 
and Kearny. 

Chief of Police— First floor City Hall. 

Circuit Court (11. S.)— U. S. Court Bldg. 

City Hall— E s Kearny, bet Washington and Mer- 
chant. 

City Hall (New)— Market, opp Eighth. 

Coast Survey (TJ. S.)— 214 Stockton. 

Collector of Customs (U. S.)— NWcor Battery and 
Washington. 

Collector Internal Revenue (TJ. S.)— 321 Battery. 

Collector Municipal Licenses— Second floor City 
Hall. 

Collector Taxes— NE cor Kearny and Merchant, 
City Hall. 

Coroner- 636 Clay, room 11. 

County Clerk— First floor City Hall. 

County Court — Second floor City Hall. 

Court Bldg (U. S.)— NE cor Battery and Wash- 



Custom House (U. S.)— W s Battery, bet Washing- 
ton and Jackson. 

District Attorney— 8 Montgomery av, rooms 4^6 ; 
Asst District Attorney, rooms 4-6. 

District Attorney (U. S.)— U. S. Court Bldg. 

District Com-ts— Third: 27 Post; Clerk's office, sec- 
ond floor City Hall. Fourth: Second floor City Hall; 
Clerk, first floor. Twelfth: Second floor City Hall; 
Clerk, first floor. Fifteenth : 8 Montgomery av; Clerk, 
first floor. Nineteenth: 417 Kearny; Clerk, second 
floor. 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph— Brenham pi 

Fire Department Commissioners— 23 Kearny. 

Fire Department Corporation Yard — 50 and 52 Sac- 
ramento . 

Fire Department Engineers— 23 Kearny. 

Fire Marshal— 10 City Hall, third floor. 

Fish Commissioners (State)— 401 California. 

Geological Survey— 91 Montgomery. 

Grand Jury Rooms— Third floor City Hall. 

Grand Jury Rooms (U. S.)— Room 2, U. S. Court 
Bldg. 

Great Register — Second floor City Hall. 

Hall of Records— SE cor Washington and Kearny. 

Harbor Commissioners (State) ■=—440 Jackson. 

Harbormaster — SW cor Vallejo and Davis. 

Harbor Police— E s Davis, bet Pacific and Oregon. 

Headquarters U. S. A., Division of the Pacific, IQe- 
partmentof California— 105 Stockton. 

Health Office— 124 Geary. 



Hospitals— (Covmty) Potrero av, opp Twenty-third ; 
(Small Pox) S s San Bruno road, cor Serpentine av; 
Marine ( V. S.) cor Fifteenth and Mission. 

Immigration Commissioners (State)— 302 Davis. 

Industrial School — W s San Jose road, 5 miles 
from City Hall. 

Insanity Commissioners (State) — Second floor City 
Hall. 

Inspector of Boilers (U. S.)— Room 11, TJ. S. CoTirt 
Bldg. 

Inspecter of Gas Meters (State)— 531 Mission. 

Inspector of Hulls and Steamships— TJ. S. Cotirt 
Bldg, room 11. 

Insurance Commissioner (State) — 401 California. 

Internal Revenue (U. S.)— 321 Battery. 

Irrigation Commissioner (TJ. S.)— 533 Kearny. 

Jails— City : Basement City Hall. County : N s 
Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont. Branch: SW cor 
Stockton and Francisco. 

Judge Third District Court— Chambers 27 Post. 

Judge Fourth District Court — Chambers 13 Mont- 
gomery Blk. 

Judge Twelfth District Coiu-t— Chambers 504 
Kearny. 

Judge Fifteenth District Court— Chambers 8 Mont- 
gomery av. 

Judge Nineteenth District Court- Chambers 417 
Kearny. 

Judge Municipal Criminal Court— Chambers 729 
Montgomery. 

Jtistices of the Peace— 802 and 804 Montgomery. 

Justices' Court Rooms — 804 Montgomery, cor Jack- 
son. 

Land Office (U. S.)— 506 Jackson. 

Law Library — Montgomery Blk, room 27. 

License Collector— Second floor City Hall. 

Marine Board— 302 Davis. 

Market Inspector — 124 Geary. 

Marshal (U. S.)— TJ. S. Court Bldg, room 4. 

Mayor — First floor City Hall. 

Mint (U. S.)— NW cor Fifth and Mission. 

Morgue — 651 Sacramento. 

Municipal Criminal Court — 729 Montgomery, cor 
Jackson. 

Naval Rendezvous (U. S.)— NW cor Washington 
and Sansome. 

Na^■y Paymaster's Office (TJ. S.) — 440 Jackson. 

Park Commissioners (State) — 302 Montgomery. 

Pension Agency (TJ. S.)— 321 Washington. 

Pilots— TJ. S. Court Bldg room 17. Pilot Esaminers: 
Merchants' Exchange, room 44. 

Police ( Chief of office) —9 and 11 City Hall.first floor. 

Police Court— First floor City HaU. 

Police Commissioners — Mayor's office. 

Police (Harbor) — Davis, ur Pacific. 

Police Judge's Chambers— City Hall, second floor. 

Police Station (and Jail)— Basememt City Hall. 

PoUce Prosecuting Attorney — City Hall, first floor. 

Port Warden (State)— 525 Front. 

Post Office(U. S.)— NWcor Battery and Washington. 

Pound (Public) — NE cor Pine and Steiner. 

Probate Coart — City Hall, second floor. 

Provost Marshal (U. S.)— 105 Stockton. 

Public Administiator— 636 Clay, room 4.- 

Quarantine — 302 Davis. 

Recorder— SE cor Kearny and Washington. 

School Superintendent— CHy Hall, second floor; 
Assistant, third floor. 

Sheriff— City Hall, first floor; Under Sheriff, sec- 
ond floor. 

Shipping Commissioner (TJ. S.)— NE cor Jackson 
and Front. 

Signal Service (TJ. S.)— Merchants' Exchange, 
room 42. 

Street Superintendent— NW cor Merchant and Dun- 
bar alley; Deputy, NW cor Merchant and Dunbar 
alley. 

Supreme Court (State)— 640 Clay. 

Surveyor— 629 Washington. 

Surveyor-General (O. S.)— 306 Pine. 

Surveyor of Customs— NW cor Battery and Wash- 
ington. 

Tax Collector— NE cor Kearny and Merchant. 

Tide Land Commissioners (State)— 715 Clay. 

Treasurer— City Hall, first floor. 

Treasvuy (U. S. Sub.)— 428 Montgomery. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



U. S. Army— Board of Engineers, 533 Kearny; Chief 
Commissary of Subsistence, NW cor O'Farrell and 
Stockton: Headquarters, 105 Stockton; Medical Pur- 
veyor, lOi O'Farrell: Provost Marshal, 105 Stockton; 
Quartermaster, 1U5 Stockton; Becruiting ofScer, 105 
Stockton; Signal Service, i2 Merchants' Exchange. 

Vaccine Agent (State)— 235 Kearny. 



Banks. 



BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, NE cor 
California and Sansome. A. McKinlay and H. W. 
Glenny, agents. 

BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, SE cor Califor- 
nia and Sansome. William Tillinghast, manager. 

BANK or CALIFORNIA, NW cor California and 
Sansome. W. C. Ralston, President ; Thomas Bro-wn, 
Cashier; Stephen Franklin, Secretary, and W. W. 
Wiggins, Asst Secretary. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL GOLD BANK, NW cor 
Montgomery and Sacramento. George F. Hooper, 
President; Samuel Hort, Vice-President, and N. K. 
Masten, Cashier. 

LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK (Lim- 
ited) , NW cor California and Leidesdorff. 

NATIONAL GOLD BANK AND TRUST CO., 421 
CaUfornia. H. L. Davis, President; D. W. C. Thomp- 
son, Cashier. 

PACIFIC BANK, NW cor Sansome and Bush. Peter 
H. Burnett, President ; O. H. Bogart, Cashier, and L. 

Vesaria, Secretary. 

SWISS - AMERICAN BANK, 527 Clay. Henry 
Hentsch, President; Francis Berton and Robert Watt, 

Directors. 

THE ANGLO-CALIFORNIAN BANK (Limited), 
NE cor California and Leidesdorff. F. F. Low and 
Ing. Steinhart, Managers, and P. N. Lilienthal, Cash- 
ier. 

THE BAN^ OF SAN FRANCISCO, 436 CaUfornia. 
J. L. Brown, manager ; N. P. Cole, President, and H. 
McPherson, Cashier and Secretary. 

THE aiERCHANTS' EXCHANGE BANK, 415 Cali- 
fornia. C. W. Kellogg, President; H. F. Hastings, 
manager, and R. N. Van Brimt, Cashier. 

GRANGERS' BANK OF CALIFORNIA, 415 Cali- 
fornia. J. V. Webster, President ; Calvin J. Cressey, 
Vice-President; W. H. Baxter, Secretary. 



Savings Banks. 

COSMOPOLITAN DIME SAVINGS AND EX- 
CHANGE BANK, 646 Market. W. S. Thompson, 
President, and J. Crocker, Secretary. 

FABMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK" OP SAV- 
INGS, 225 Sansome. Henry Dutton, President, and 
G. N. Condee, Cashier. 

FRENCH SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 411 
Bush. Gustave Dussol, President; Camilo Martin, 
Treasurer, and Gustave Mahe, Director. 

GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 526 
California. L. Gottig, President, and George Lette, 
Secretary. 

HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, NE 
cor Montgomery and Market. M. D. Sweenev. Presi- 
dent; Edward Martin, Treasurer, and Richard Tobin, 
Attorney. 

HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 16 
Geary. Adolph C. Weber, President, and Adolf Hart- 
man, Secretary. 



LAND MORTGAGE UNION OF CALIFORNIA, 
534 California. J. H. Fish, President, and George 

Scott, Secretary. 

MASONIC SAVINGS AND LOAN BANK, 6 Post. 
WiUiam H. Culver, President ; H. T. Graves, Secre- 
tary; Francis Smith, Vice-President, and Leonidas E. 
Pratt, Attorney. 

ODD FELLOWS' SAVINGS BANK, 235 Montgom- 
ery. Abram Block, President ; James Benson, Secre- 
tary; Harmon J. Tilden, Attorney, and John Cammet, 

Siirveyor. 

PIONEER LAND AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 405 
California. Thomas Gray, President; H. Kofahl, 
Cashier, and J. C. Duncan, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, 532 Califor- 
nia. James de Fremery, President ; Albert Miller, 
Vice-President, and LoveU White, Secretary and Cash- 
ier. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 619 Clay. E. W. 
Burr, President ; Cyrus W. Carmany, Cashier ; Eli 
B. Burr, Auditor ; and Benjamin O. Devoe, Sur- 
veyor. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 215 Sansome. John 
Parrott, Pre.^ident ; Jerome Lincoln, Vice-President ; 
T. F. Bacon, Secretary, and Sidney V. Smith, Attorney. 

THE CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY, 512 California. David Farquharson, President, 
and D. B. Chisholm, Secretary. 

WESTERN SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. OF SAN 
FRANCISCO, NE cor Post and Kearny. H. J. Booth, 
President; Frederick Clay, Vice-President and Cash- 
ier, and J. H. Griffiths, Secretary. 



SAN FRANCISCO EXCHANGE. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.— Rooms Merchants- 
Exchange building, second floor. President, William 
F. Babcock; First Vice-President, I. Friedlander; 
Second Vice-President, J. C. Merrill. Trustees— C. 
Adolphe Low, J. C. Wilmerding, I. W. Raymond, Wil- 
liam Norris, M. P. Jones, W. N. Olmstead, James C. 
Patrick, N. C. Fassett, A. L. Tubbs, Horace Davis, F. 
L. Castle, C. L. Taylor. 

LUMBER EXCHANGE.— George B. Knowles, Presi- 
dent; S. L. Mastick, Vice-President; George Earle, 
Secretary; J. J. McKinnon, Treasurer. Meets every 
Tuesday at 3 p. m., at pier 5, Steuart street. 

MERCHANTS' EX CH.\NGE ASSOCIATION.— Office 
Merchants' Exchange building, California street. Ob- 
ject: the promotion of the interests of trade and com- 
merce. Thomas H. Selby, President; Joseph A. Cool- 
idge. Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE.— Ob- 
ject: to promote the interest and convenience of deal- 
erg in domestic produce. Meets daily at 103^ a. m., at 
the northeast comer of Clay and Davis streets. Hor- 
ace Davis, President ; E. G. Matthews, Vice-President; 
E. Ransom. Vice-President; W. H. Walker, Secretary. 
Directors— Wm. McCaulley, D. Ballard, J. Palmer, J. 
P. Hulme, Thomas NeweU and George Morrow. 

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE 
BOARD.— Meetings held daily from 11 a. ii. to 3 p. m. 
at411i^ California street. James R. Keene, President; 
CoU Deane, Vice-President: B. H. Coit, Chairman; 
Franklin Lawton, Secretary; Henry Schmiedell, 
Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA STOCK EXCHANGE BOARD.— 
Meets at 10 J^ a. m and 2I4 p. 11. at Hayward's build- 
ing, Leidesdorff street, near California. Thomas J. L. 
Smiley, President; D. S. Roberts, Vice-President; 
Joseph Tilden, Caller; W. W. Lawton, Secretary. 



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Insurance Companies. 

Hoiue Insui-aiice Conii»ai»ies. 

CALIFOENIA— FIRE AND MAKINE. Z. Crowell, 
Becreiary, 318 California. 

COMMERCIAL— FIBE AND MARINE. C. A. Laton, 
Secretary, 228 California. 

FIREMAN'S FUND— FIRE AND MARINE. George 

D. Doruin, Secretary, SW cor California and Sansonie 
HOME MUTUAL— FIRE AND MARINE. Charles 

E. Story, Secretary, 15 Merchants' Exchange. 

MERCHANTS' MUTUAL— MARINE. E. W. Bourne, 
Secretary, 40(J California. 

STATE INVESTMENT — FIRE AND MARINE. 
Charles H. Gushing, Secretary, 409 California. 

UNION— FIRE AND MARINE. Charles D. Haven, 
Secretary, 416 California. 

For Eastern and Foreign Fire, Marine and Life In- 
surance Companies, see Business Directory. 



Churches. 

Baptist. 

BAPTIST MISSION CHAPEL, Eleventh av, bet 
F and a. South S F. 

BAPTIST CHINESE MISSION, 829 "Washington. 
Eev. E. Z. Simmons in charge. Services on Sunday 
at 11 and 12 a. m. a' d 5:30 p. m.; every evening at 7; 
prayer meeting Saturday at 7 :30 p. m. 

The BaiJtist Chinese Y. M. C. A. holds its meetings 
Wednesday and Sunday evenings at same place. 

COLUMBIA SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH, W s Russ, 

bet Howard and Folgom. Rev. pastor. Services 

at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday school at 12:30 p. M.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday evening. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, N s Washington, bet 
Stockton and Dupout. Eev. E. B. Hurlburt, pastor. 
Services at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. M.; Sunday school at 
12:30 P. M.; i^rayer meeting Vt ctlnesday evening. 

FIFTH BAPTIST CHURCH, Twenty-second, bet 
Howard and Capp. Prof. Byuon Aldrich, acting pas- 
tor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
school at 12:30 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday 
evening. 

THIRD BAPTIST CHURCH ( colored), E s Powell 
bet Bush and Sutter. 

TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH, N s Post, bet 
Hyde and Larkin. Pastorshij) vacant. Services at 
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 12:30 p. m.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday evening. 

UNION SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH, S s Post bet 
Powell and Mason. Rev. Henry A. Sawtelle, pastor. 
Services at 11 a. M. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school at 
12:30p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday evening. 

Congregational. 

BETHANY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Bart- 
lett, nr Twenty-fifth. Rev. William C. Pond, pastor. 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 
2:30 P. M. ; prayer meeting Weduesdiy evening. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, SE cor 
Post and Mason. Eev. A. L. Stone, D. D., pastor. 
Servicesatll a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; lecture at7:30p. m. 
Wednesday; Sunday s hool at 12:30 p. m. 

GEEEN-STEEET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 
S s Green, bet Stockton and Powell. Rev. William 
E. Ijams, acting pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
P.M.; Sunday school at 12:30 p.m.; prayer meeting 
Wednesday evening. 

PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHUECH, E s 
Tyler, bet Geaxy and O'Farrell. Rev. T. K. Noble, 



pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 
school at 12:30 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday even- 
ing. 

THIRD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, south side 
Fifteenth street, near Mission. Rev. Edward P. 
Baker, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; 
Sunday school at 12:30 p.m.; prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday evening. 

Episcopal. 

Rt. Rev. William I. Kip, D. D., Bishop of Califor- 
nia. 

CHURCH OF THE ADVENT, south side of Howard 
street, opposite New Montgomery. Rev. H. D. La- 
throp, D, D., rector; Rev. D. Flack, assistant. 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., also Wednesday at 
7:30 P. M.; Simday school at 9:30 a. m. 

GRACE CHURCH, southeast cofner California and 
Stockton streets. W. H. Piatt, rector. Services at 11 
A. m. and 7 ;30 p. M. ; Sunday school at 9 :30 A. M. 

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, northeast corner Fifteenth 
and Valencia streets. Rev. Elias Birdsall, rector. 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., also Wednesday at 
7:30 p. M.; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. 

ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, south side Pacific street, be- 
tween Polk street and Van Ness avenue. Rev. E. 8. 
Peake, rector. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; 
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH, northeast corner Stockton 
and Filbert streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. 
also Wednesday at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at 9 :30 

A. M. 

TRINITY CHURCH, northeast comer Post and 
Powell streets. Rev. G. D. Silliman, rector in charge. 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Svmday school at 
9:30 A. M.; Chinese Sunday school from 2 to 4 p. m. 
The "Pastoral Aid Society" meets every Friday 
evening. 

TRINITY CHAPEL— Present place of Worship, 
Corinthian Hall, Post bet Montgomery and Kearny 
streets. Full choral services at 11 a. m.; Sunday 
school at 9:30 A. m. 

Episcopal 3Iissions. 

ST. PAUL'S MISSION— Present place of worsMp, 
2605 Bush street. 

ST. STEPHENS' MISSION, 408 Hayes street. 

CHRIST CHURCH MISSION, hall southwest comer 
Jackson and Powell streets. 

SEAMEN'S MISSION, northeast corner Front and 
Jackson 



HebreMf. 

CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL, Sutter street, 
near Stockton. Rev. Dr. Nathan Streisand, Rabbi. 
Services Friday and Saturday mornings. 

CONGREGATION EMANU EL— Synagogue, north 
side of Sutter street, between Stockton and Powell. 
Rev. Dr. E. Cohn, Rabbi; cantor. Rev. E. M. Wolf. 
Services Friday evening and Saturday morning. 

CONGREGATION OH ABAI SHALOME— Synagogue 
east side of Mason street, between Geary and Post. 
Rev. Dr. Louis Eisenbach, reader. Services Friday 
evening and Saturday morning. 

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK, Stockton 
street, between Pacific and Broadway. Eev. Isaac P. 
Grodjinski, Rabbi. Services Friday evening and Sat- 
urday morning. 

CONGREGATION SHERITH ISRAEL— Synagogue 
NE cor Post and Taylor st. Rev. Dr. H. Vidayer, 
chief Rabbi; Rev. Oswald Weiss, cantor. Services 
Friday evening and Saturday morning. 



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Evangelical LmtUeran. 

GERMAU. 

EMANUEL CHURCH OE THE EVANGELICAL AS- 
SOCIATION, north Bide Jessie street, between Sixth 
and Seventh. Rev. J. M. Buehler, pastor; Rev. H. 
Laewen, assistant. Services in the German language 
at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday school at 9 A. M. 
A day school is also connected with this church. 

FIRST REFORMED CHURCH, East side Eleventh st 
bet Market and Mission. Rev. Julius H. Krueger, pas- 
tor. Services in the German language at 11 a. m. ; Ger- 
man Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m. ; English Sabbath 
school at 2 p. M. 

ST. PAUL'S GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHER- 
AN CHURCH, South side Mission st, bet Fifth and 
Sixth. Rev. John G.Marquardt, pastor. Servicesinthe 
German language at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 p.m.; Sun- 
day school at 9 A. M.; prayer meetings every Tuesday 
and Thursday evenings. . 

ST. JOHN'S GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHER- 
AN CHURCH, place of worship. Church of the Ad- 
vent, Howard st, bet Second and Third. Rev. Fred- 
erick Nanus, pastor. Services at 3 p. m. 

UNITED GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CONGREGATION (of St. Mark's Church) , S side of 
Geary st, bet Stockton and Powell. Rev. G. Muehl- 
steph, pastor. Services in the German language at 
10:45 A. M.; Sunday school at 9 :30 A. M. 

SCANDINAVIAN. 

OUR SAVIOR'S SCANDINAVIAN EVANGELICAL 
LUTHERAN CHURCH.— Present place of worship, 
St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran Church, 
Mission street, between Fifth and Sixth, Rev. Chris- 
tian Hueslendahl, pastor. Services, Sundays and 
holidays, at 2 p. m. 

SCANDINAVIAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH, 520 Greenwich street. Rev. Frederick 
Nanns, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. 

Metliodist. 

ENGLISH. 

BUSH STREET M. E. CHURCH, Bush street, be- 
tween Devisadero and Scott, Rev. E. R. Dille, pastor. 
Services every Sabbath at 11 A. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Sun- 
day School at 2 p. M. 

CENTRAL M. E. CHURCH, north side Mission, 
between sixth and Seventh, Rev. T. S. Dunn, pastor. 
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and'7 :30 p. m. Sim- 
day School and Bible classes at 9:30 a. m. Prayer 
meetings "Wednesday evenings. Class meetings Sab- 
bath at noon and Tuesday evenings. 

FIRST M. E. CHURCH, west side Powell street, 
between Washington and Jackson, Rev. J. H. Wythe 
pastor. Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 -.SO 
p. M, Sunday School at 1 p. m. Prayer meetings 
Wednesday evenings. 

HOWARD STREET M. E. CHURCH, south side 
Howard street, between Second and Third, Rev. F.F. 
Jewell, pastor. Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Prayer 
meetings. Sabbath evening at 6:30 and Wednesday 
at 7:30 P.M. 

KENTUCKY STREET M. E. CHURCH, Tenueesee 
street, south of Solano, Potrero, Rev, George Newton, 
pastor. Services every Sabbath at 11 a, m, and 7 iSO 
p. M. 

MISSION STREET M. E. CHURCH, east side of 
Mission street, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth. 
Rev. J. H. Bruncr, pastor. Ser\ices every Sabbath at 
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. 
Prayer meetings on Wednesdays at 7 :30 p. m. 

M. E. CHURCH (South)-.ServiceB held at 913 
Market street, Rev. E. E. Hoss, pastor. Services at 
11 a. m. Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO M. E. CHURCH, Fif- 
teenth avenue. South S. F., Rev. George Newton, pas- 
tor. Servicesat 7.30P. M. Sunday School at 2 p. m 



GERMAN. 

BROADWAY GERMAN M. E. CHURCH, north side 
of Broadway, between Stockton and Powell, Rev. C. 
H. Alflerbach, pastor. Services atl0:30 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M. Sundays; also every Wednesday, in the German 
language. Sunday School at 9 a. m. 

GERMAN M. E. CHURCH, Folsom street, between 
Fourth and Fifth, Rev. Julius Franz, pastor. Servi- 
ces at 10:40 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Simdays; also every 
Wednesday evening in the German language. Sunday 
School at 9 A. M. 

AFRICAN. 

AFRICAN M. E. ZION CHURCH, west side of 
Stockton street, between Clay and Sacramento, Rev, 
W. H. Hillery, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 3 and 
7 :30 P. M. Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. 

AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH, west side of Powell, 
street, between Jackson and Pacific, Rev. I. N. Trip- 
lett, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m. 



CHINESE. 

CHINESE MISSION HOUSE OP THE M. 



CHURCH, north side of Washington st, between Stock- 
ton and Powell, Rev. Otis Gibson, Superintendent. 
Miss Laura S. Templeton, teacher and missionary. 
The schools are gTaded into four classes, employing 
four experienced teachers, and open every evening 
during the week, except Saturday. Tuition, $1 per 
month. Bible class every Sunday at 10 :30 a. m. ; Sab- 
bath School at 6:30 p. m. Service in the Chinese lan- 
guage every Sabbath at 12 m., at the Mission House, 
and every day in the week at 2 p. m. at the Chapel, on 
Jackson street, between Dupont and Kearny. 

The Woman's Chinese Missionary Society is con-; 
nected with this Mission, and meets daily, and is sup- 
ported by the ladies of this coast. Mrs. Charles 
Goodall, President; Mrs. R. McElroy, Treasurer; and 
Mrs. J. E. Sims, Secretary. 



Pi-estjyteiian. 

CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NW cor 
Geary and Powell, Rev. John Hemphill, pastor. Ser- 
vices at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School at 1 
p. M.; prayer meetings Wednesday and Friday even- 



CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, North side 
Tyler st, bet Taylor and Jones. Rev. Thomas N. Cun- 
ningham, D. D., pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
P.M.; Simday School at '9 :30 A. M.: prayer meeting, 
Wednesday at 7:30 and Sunday at 6:30 p. m. 

EMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Harrison 
st, bet Fifth and Sixth, Rev. James Woodworth, acting 
pastor. Sei-vices at 11 a. m.; Sunday School at 2 p. m. 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Ws Stockton st, 
bet Washington and Clay, Rev. Robt. Patterson, D.D,, 
pastor. Servicesat 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 
School at 1 P. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday and Fri- 
day evenings. 



HOWARD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1 
st, bet Third and Fourth, Rev. Alfred H. Kellogg, pas- 
tor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School at 9:45 a. m.; prayer meetings Wednesfl^.y a^d 
Friday eveningS; 

HOWARD STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, E s 
Howard st, bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second, Rev.S. 
Woodbridge, D. D., acting pastor. Servicesatll a. M. 
and 7 :30 p. m. 

LARKIN STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, cor 
Larkin and Pacific, Rev. Calvin A. Poage, pastor. Servi- 
ces at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 12:30 
P.M.; prayer meetings Wednesday and Friday even- 
ings. 

MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Eigh- 
teenth av, near Railroad av. South S. F., Rev. R. G. 
McCarthy, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; 
Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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OLIVET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Tennessee, 
bet Sierra and Napa, Rev. S. P. Whiting, pastor. Ser- 
vices at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday Scliool at 9:30 

A. M. 

ST. JOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, N s Post 
St, bet Mason and Taylor. Rev. W. A. Scott, D. D., pas- 
tor. Services every Sabbatli at 11a.m. and 7 :30 p. m. ; 
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.: public meeting and 
preaching evei-y Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, W s Mason 
Bt, bet Eddy and Ellis. Rev. M. M. Gibson, pastor. 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. ii.; Sunday school at 
9:30 p. M. 

WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, S B 
Fell, betOctavia andLaguna. Rev.R.L.Scrinigeour, 
pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 
school at 2:30 p. m. : prayer meeting Sunday at 6:30 p. 
M. and Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

CHINESE MISSION HOUSE, connected with Pres- 
bj-terian church, NE cor Stockton and Sacramento. 
Rev. A. W. Loomis, D. D. and Rev. I. M. Condit, mis- 
sionaries. Religious services in the Chinese lan- 
guage are held every Sabbath afternoon and evening; 
also on Wednesday evening. A Sunday school is also 
held in connection with each of the services. An 
evening school is open every evening, free to Chinese, 
taught by the missionaries and other teachers. 

Roman Catliolic. 

CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS, Calvary ceme- 
tery. Rev. James Largau, pastor. Services at 8 a. m. 

MISSION DOLORES, SW cor Sixteenth and Do- 
lores. Rev. Thomas Cushing, pastor; Rev. R. P. 
Brennan, assistant. Services Sunday at 6, 8 and 
10:30 A. M., and 7 p. m.: week days at 7 a. m. 

NOTRE DAME DES VICTOIRES, N s Bush st, bet 
Dupont andStockton. Rev. Henri J. DeClercq, pastor. 

Services ; Mass on Sundays at 8 a. m.; Solemn 

High Mass at 11 a. m.; Mass on week days at 9 a. m.; 
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. — taught in the English 
and French languages. 

ST. BONIFACE'S CHXrRCH (German) , S s Tyler st, 
bet Jones and Leavenworth. Rev. Julius Herde, pastor; 
Rev. Seb Wolf, assistant. Services on Sundays at 8 
and 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.: week days at 7 a. m. 

ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH, SW cor Broadway and 
Van Ness avenue. Rev. E. Thomas O'Neill, O. P., 
pastor; Rev. W. A. Horgan, O. P., assistant. Services 
on Sundays at 6:30, 8 and 10:30 a.m. and 3 p. m.: week 
days at 6:15 and 7 a. m.; also at Presidio evei^- alter- 
nate Sunday at 10:30 a. m. 

ST. FRANCIS' CHURCH. N s Vallejo, bet Dupont 
and Stockton. Rev. John F. Harrington, pastor; 
Bev. A. Garrigan and Rev. T. Caraher, assistants. 
Ser\-ices Sundays at 6, 7:15, 9 and 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M.; week days at 6, 7J.5, 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

ST. IGNATIUS' CHURCH, N s Market, bet Fourth 
and Fifth. Sevices by Fathers of the Society of 
Jesus connected with St. Ignatius Colle"^. Services 
Sundays at 5, 5:45, 7:15, 8, 8:45, 930 and iO :30 a.m. and 
7:30 P. M.; week days at 5, 5:45, 6:30, 7:15 and 8 a. m. 

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHUTICH, N s Eddy, bet 
Octavia and Laguna. Rev. James Largan, pastor. 
Servicesat 10:30 A. m. 

ST. JOSEPHS CHURCH, W s Tenth, bet Folsom 
and Howard, Rev. Hugh P. Gallagher, pastor; Rev. 
J. A. Gallagher and Rev. Andrew Ciillen, asst pastors. 
Services Suudavs at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M.; week days at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 a. m. 

ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL, NE cor California and 
Dupont, Most Rev. Joseph S. Alemany, O. P., Arch- 
bishop: Very Rev. J. Pendergast, V. G., Rector; Rev. 
W. A. Speckles and Rev. M. Slattevy, assts.; Rev. C. 
O'Connor, Secretary. Services, Simdays at6, 7:30, 9 
andlO:30A.M. and 7:30 P.M.; week days at G, 6 :30 and 

7 A. M. 



ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, N s Mission, t)et Third 
and Fourth, Rev. Peter J. Grey, pastor; Rev. Thomas 
Larkin, Rev. P. Power and Rev. E. Morrissey, asst 
pastors. Sunday services at 6:15, 7:15, 8, 9 and 10:30 
A. M. and 7 :30 P. M. ; week days, 6:30 and 7:30 a. m. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH, Ws Columbia, bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth, Rev. Thomas Gibney, pas- 
tor; Rev. L. Breslin, asst pastor. Services, Sunday at 
7, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; week days 7 a. m. 
Sunday School for boys at 9 a. m.; girls at 1 p. M. 

CELiPELS. 

ST. ROSE'S, Brannan st, nr Fourth, attended by 
clergymen from St. Ignatius. Services, Sunday at 8 
A. M. ; week days at 6:30 a. m. 

PRESENTATION CONVENT CHAPEL, Powell Bt. 

NEW PRESENTATION, cor Taylor and Ellis sts. 

ST. MARYS HOSPITAL, cor First and Brannan sts. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM, Potrero av nr Twenty. 

first st. 

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, San Jose road. 
ST. "VINCENT'S ORPHAN ASYLUM, South S. F. 
SACRED HE.\RT COLLEGE, cor Larkin and Eddy. 
ST. DOMINIC CHURCH AND MONASTERY, NW 
cor Bush and Steiner. 

S'wedenborglau. 

FIRST NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH, N s O'Far- 
rell, bet Mason and Taylor, Rev. John Doughty, pas- 
tor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday 
School at 12:30 P. m. 

NEW JERUS.ALEM CHURCH, 413 Sutter st. Rev. J. 
Worcester, pastor. Services at 11 a. m.; Sunday 
School at 10 A. M. 

Unitarian. 

FIRST UN^TARIAN CHUTICH, S s Geary, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton, Rev. Horatio Stebbins, pastor. 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 
9:30 A.M. 

Universalist. 

FIRST UNH'ERSALIST CHURCH AND PARISH 
IN FELLOWSHIP, Paoitic Hall, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont, Rev. E. L. Rexford. D. D., pastor. Ser\'ices at 
11 A. M. and 7:30 p. M.; Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. 

Aliscellaueons. 

DISCIPLES OF CHRIST (Christian Church), S s of 
Mission, nr Fifth. Services Simday at 11 a. m. and 
7 :30 p. M. : Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. 

RE-ORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF 
LATTER-D.\Y SAINTS, Grand Army of the Republic 
Hall, 71 New Montgomery. Presiding Elder, John 
Roberts . Services Sunday at 2 :30 and 7 :30 p . m. ; Sun- 
day school at 1 P. M. 

RUSSIAN CHURCH, Pierce stbet Green and Union. 
Bishop Johannas. of Alaska: Rev. Paul J. Kedroliv- 
ansky, arch priest, Rev. Nicolas Kovrigin, priest; and 
Rev. Nicolas G. Metropolsky, priest. 

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS, Excelsior Hall, 713 
Mission. Elders, J. N. Lougliborough and M. E. Cor- 
nell. Services Saturday at 10 a. M., and Sunday at 7 
P.M.; Simday school at 10 a. m. 

SWEDISH EVANGELICAL UNION CHURCH, 
Young Men's Christian Association Hall. Rev. P. W. 
Sundbom, pastor. Services at 11 a. m., in the Swedish 
language; prayer meeting Weiinesday evening at 8 
p. M. 

SECOND ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH, N 8 of 
Eddv, bet Taylor and Jones. Thomas HoweU, Elder, 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. M.; prayer meeting at 
10 A. SI. and 7 p. m. : Sunday school at 12:30 p.m.; 
prayer meeting Tuesday and Friday evenings at 730. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



THE INDEPENDENT GEEMAIir CONGREGATION 
OF SAN FKANCISCO.— Lectures at Dashaway Hall 
by Mr. Fred. Schuenemann-Pott, Sundays at 10:30 
A. M., during Winter montlis, and on Thursdays at 8 
p. M. during Summer; Sunday school at 9 a. m. 

THE MARINER'S CHURCH, NE cor Sacramento 
and Drumm. Rev. Joseph Rowell, pastor; Rev. W. 
D. Bishop, missionary. Services at 11 a. _m. and 7:30 

p. M. 

SAN FRANCISCO SPIRITUALISTS SOCIETY. 
Charter Oak Hall, Market, het. Third and Fourth, 
Meets every Sunday; progressive lyceum at 2 p.m.; 
lectiire at 7 :30 p. m. 

SAN FRANCISCO SPIRITUALISTS UNION.— 
Lectures held every Sunday at 911 Market, at 2 p. m. 
and 7:30 p. m. 

LYCEUM FOR SELF-CULTURE, meetings held 
Sunday at 2 p. m.. Social Hall, 39 Fom-th street. 
President, Dr. E. White; Secretary, H.L. Knight. 



Hospitals and Asylums. 

ALMS-HOUSE HOSPITAL— Superintendent, M. J. 
Keating; Matron, Mrs. M. J. Keating; Resident and 
Visiting Physician, S. R. Gerry. 

CALIFORNIA STATE WOMAIJT'S HOSPITAL— Cor 
Howard and Twelfth. Surgeon-in-Chief , John Scott, 
M. D., F. R. S., C. S. Freland; Physician, George Chis- 
more, M. D.; Asst Siu-geon, Charles E. Blake, M. D, 
Board of Consulting Physicians and Surgeons — R. 
Beverly Cole, M. D., Special Consultant; C. McCor- 
mick, M. D., C. C. Keeney, M.D., C. B. Brigham, M.D., 
O. O. Burgess, M.D., J. C. Shorb, M.D., and A. J. Bowie, 
M. D. Trustees— Thomas H. Selby (President), C. 
Adolphe Low (Vice President), Colonel Johnson, Jas. 
Linforth, Hon. Judge A. Campbell, Major J. T. Hoyt, 
W. N. Olmsted, John J. Valentine, Patrick Murphy, 
J. R. Bolton and Jonathan Hunt (Secretary and Treas- 
urer. Lady Managers— Mrs. McDermott (President) , 
Mrs. B. S. Alexander, Mrs. Otis, Mrs. J. T. Hoyt, Mrs. 
W. McCaulley, Mrs. Peter Spreekels, Mrs. Adams, 
Mrs. W. H. Sears, Mrs. C. M. Sickler, Mrs. S.O. Hunt, 
Mrs. W. M. Smith, Mrs. Neal, Mrs. E. Morton, Mrs. 
George Eckley. 

CITY AND COUNTY HOSPITAL-Resident Physi- 
cian, William M. Lawlor ; Assistant, James W. Keeney. 
Visiting Physicians— F. A. Holman and C. M. Bates! 
Visiting Surgeons— W. A. Douglass and H. H. Toland. 

FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, (Societe Fran- 
caise de Bienf aisance Mutuelle) , Bryant bet Fifth and 
Sixth. Office, 706 Montgomeiy. Officers— Hy Bar- 
roilhet, President ; A. Schroder and A. Eodouau, Sec- 
retaries. 

GERMAN GENERAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION (Die AUgemeine Deutsche Unterstiitzungs Ges- 
ellschaft), Brannannr Third; office 732 Washington. 

HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM FEMALES.— 
Location Eincon Place, adjoining St. Mary's Hospital; 
under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy. 

HOME FOE THE CAEE OF THE INEBRIATE.— 
Location northeast corner Stockton and Chestnut 
streets. F. G. Edwards, President ; Monroe Ashbury, 
Vice President ; John Center, Treasurer ; I.D.Bar- 
nard, Secretary ; S. W. Holt, A. C. Wait, William 
Martin, E. D. Sawyer and James M. McDonald, Trus- 
tees ; George L. Colburn, Superintendent ; A. P. 
Haynes, Visiting Physician. 

HOUSE OF MEECY (MATER MISEEICORDIA) .— 
Home for virtuoiis, homeless girls, under the charge 
of the Sisters of Mercy. Supported by the needle- 
work of the inmates, who are kept until they can pro- 
cure situations. 

INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF, DUMB AND 
BLIND.— Located four and a half miles north of 



Oakland. The commodious building was destroyed 
by fire January 20, 1875, when nearly all of the in- 
mates were returned to the charge of their friends 
and relatives. 

ITALIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, (Societa Ital- 
iana di Mutual Benificenza) , bet Twenty-eighth and 
Twenty-ninth, Noe and Dale. Meetings held first 
Monday of each month at 430 Jackson. Officers— A. 
D. Splivalo, President; A. Sbarboro and S. Campo- 
donico. Vice Presidents; A. Daneri, Treasurer; G. 
Caglieri, Secretary, G. Berreta, Collector; G. Mac- 
cary. Physician. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM. — Under charge of the 
Sisters of Mercy. Located on Potrero avenue, near 
Twenty-first street. This is a home provided for the 
care and protection and reformation of fallen women. 
Rev. H. P. Gallagher, pastor of St. Joseph's church, 
has spiritual charge, aided by other Roman Catholic 
clergymen. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM (Protestant) .—Location corner 
of Laguna and Haight streets. Board of Manage- 
ment—Mrs. Ira P. Rankin, President ; Mrs. R. J. Van 
Dewater, Vice-President ; Mrs. Henry Haight, Treas- 
urer; Mrs. F. MacCrellish, Secretary. Managers- 
Mrs. Isaac E. Davis, Mrs. A. J. Downer, Mrs. JoseiJh 
Durbrow, Mrs. C. O. Gerberding, Mrs. C. V. Gilles- 
pie, Mrs. Dr. Keeney, Mrs. Annis Merrill, Mrs. John 
Middleton, Mrs. Isaac Swain, Mrs. A. C. Wakeman, 
Mrs. Andrew Davis and Miss E. L. Tichenor. Trus- 
tees— S. R. Throckmorton, H. H. Haight, James Otis 
D. O. Mills and E. E. Raimond. Matron, Mrs. H.P. 
Evans ; Assistant Matron, Miss Elizabeth Allen. 
Physician, Benjamin R. Swan, M. D. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM (Eoman Catholic). —Located be- 
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth avenues, near Eail- 
road avenue, South San Francisco. 



PACIFIC HEBEEWOEPHAN ASYLUM AND HOME 
SOCIETY.— Location 1517-1519 Mason street. Offi- 
cers— S. W. Levy, President ; L. Sachs, Vice Presi- 
dent ; J. Greenbaum, Treasurer: Leo Eloesser, 
Secretary; A. Block, I. F. Block, P. Berwin, Joseph 
Brandenstein, J. Cerf, Eev. Dr. Cohn, A. P. Elfelt, S. 
Sweet, C. Meyer, N. L. Simon, M. Selig and E. Wer- 
theimer. Trustees. 

PEOTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHUECH HOME 
ASSOCIATION.— Location Mission, between Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth. Officers— Et.-Eev. AVilliam In- 
graham Kip, D. D., President ; Eev. H. D. Lathrop, 
D. D., Vice-President ; H. T. Graves, Secretary ; C. V. 
S, Gibbs, Treasurer. Lady Board of Managers— Mrs. 
M. Godley, President; Mrs. W. H. Grattan, Vice- 
President; Mrs. H. T. Graves, Secretary, and Mrs. C. 
Jackson, Treasiirer. 

SAN FEANCISCO FEMALE HOSPITAL— Cor Pros- 
pect PI and Clay. Officers— Mrs. J. S. Buckbee (Pres- 
ident) ; Mrs. Dr. G. Buckaell (Vice President) ; ISIrs. 
Theodore Smith (Secretary) ; Mrs. D. Conkling 
(Treasurer) ; Dr. C. T. Deane, Physician and Surgeon 
in charge. 

SAN FEANCISCO LYING-IN HOSPITAL AND 
FOUNDLING ASYLUM, 762 Mission. Attending 
Physician and Surgeon, Benjamin F. Handy, M. D. 
Officers— Hon. ISamuel Cowles, President; Benjamin 

F. Handy, M.D., Secretary : William Sherman, Treas- 
urer. Consulting Board of Physicians and Surgeons 
—Thomas Bennett, M. D., E. Beverly Cole, M D., 
Henry Gibbons, M. D., Gustave Holland, M. D., Levi 
C. Lane, M. D., J. B. Pigne-Dupuytuen, M. D., and 
H. K. W. Clarke, Legal Adviser. For consultation the 
attending Physician willbe found at the Asylum from 
2 to 3 p. M. daily, or at his residence, 82i Mission, 
from 9 to 9:30 A. M., and from 6:30 to 7 p. m., Sundays 
excepted, 

ST. BONIFACE ORPHAN ASYLUM.— Located at 
3i7 Grove street. For orphans of every nationality 
and religious denomination. 

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, Limdy 
lane, bet Esmeralda and Virginia. Officers — James 

G. Eastland, President; George H. MendeU, Secretary; 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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E. W. Kirtham, Treasurer. Trustees— Wm. Bland- 
ing. D. O. MiUs, George H. Howard. W. F, Babcock, 
L. H. AUfti and T. W. Brotlierton. Superintendent, 
T. W. Brotlierton: Matron, Miss M L. Bennett. 
Physicians— W A. Douglass, M. D. ; W. T. Bradbury, 
M.'D. ; and C. B. Hutchins, M. D. 

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAI., SW cor First and Folsom. 
Dr. James Murpby, Visiting Surgeon: Dr. James D. 
Whitney, Visiting Physician: Dr. Goorge H. Powers, 
Visiting Oculist; and Dr. C. G. Kenyon, Resident 
Physician and Surgeon. 

STATE INSANE ASYLUM, XAPA.— Superintend- 
ent, Edmn Bentley, M. D. Board of Directors— R. 
H. Sterling, J. H. Goodman, C. Hartson and A. Doble. 

STATE INSANE ASYLUM, STOCKTON.— Superin- 
tendent, G. A. Shurtlefl, M. D. Board of Directors— J. 
K. Doak, L. M. Cutting, Obed Harvey, Donald McLen- 
nan and EU E. Thrift. 

DISPENSARIES. 

PACIFIC MEDICAL DISPENSARY, 114 Stockton. 
George H. Gibbons, Jr., Dean. 

SAN FRANCISCO FEMALE DISPENSARY, SE cor 
Prospect pi and Clay. C. T. Deane, M. D., Manager. 



Cemeteries. 

CALV.\RY (Roman CathoUc) , fronting Point Lobes 
avenue, termination Geary. 

CITY CEMETERY, nr Point Lobos, termination 
California. 

HOME OF PEACE (Hebrew) , bet Eighteenth and 
Nineteenth, Dolores and Church. 

LAUREL HILL (Lone Mountain), fronting Ceme- 
tery avenue, bet Post and CaUfomia. 

MASONIC, bet Fulton and Turk, West Masonic av, 
entrance on Point Lobos av. Office 6 Post. 

ODD FELLOWS', Point Lobos av, nr Lone Moun- 
tain. Office 3'25 Montgomery. 

SHERITH ISRAEL (Hebrew) , bet Nineteenth and 
Twentieth, Dolores and Church. 



Educational. 



Public Schools. 

SuPEBiNTENBENT OF PuBuc SCHOOLS, James Den- 
man. Office, second floor, City Hall. 

BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL, Powell, bet Clay and Sac- 
ramento. 

BROADWAY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Broadway, bet 
Powell and Mason, Prof. J. W. Ander.son, Principal. 

BROADWAY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Broadway, bet 
Montgomery and Sansome, Mrs. L. G. Deetken, Prin- 
cipal. 

BUSH-ST COSMOPOLITAN PRIMARY SCHOOL, 
cor Bush and Stockton, Miss A. N. Stincen, Principal 

DENMAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL, cor Bush and 
Taylor, John Swett, Principal. 

EIGHTH-ST GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Eighth, bet 
Harrison and Bryant, John A. Moore, Principal. 

EIG -TH-ST PRIM.^RY SCHOOL, Eighth,-bet Har- 
rison and Bryant, Miss A. E. Slavan, Principal. 

FOURTH-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL, cor Fourth and 
Clara, Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Principal. 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL, 
P. Carlton, Principal. 



Chenery, nr Randall, H. 



GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, Bush, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin, E. H. Holmes, Principal. 

GREENWICH-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL, Greemvich, 
bet Jones and Leavenworth, Mrs. A. S. Trask, Princi- 
pal. 

HAYES VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, McAllis- 
ter, bet Franklin and Gough, E. D. Humphrey, Prin- 
cipal. 

HAYES VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Grove, bet 
Larkin and Polk, Miss P. M. Stowell, Principal. 

HOWARD-ST COLORED SCHOOL, Howard, bet 
Foiu:th and Fifth, Mrs. L. A. Russell, Principal. 

LAGUNA HONDA SCHOOL, Eighth av, nr K, Mrs, 
J. E. Meeker, Principal. 

LINCOLN GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Fifth, bet Market 
and Mission, James K. Wilson, Principal. 

LINCOLN PRIMARY SCHOOL, cor Market and 
Fifth, Miss Kate Sullivan, Principal. 

MARKET-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL, Market, bet 
Fourth and Fifth, Miss A. M. Manning, Principal. 

MISSION PRIMARY SCHOOL, Mission, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth, Miss L. J. Fowler, Principal. 

MODEL SCHOOL, Bush, bet Hyde and Leaven- 
wortn, Mrs. A. E. DuBois, Principal. 

NORTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 
Filbert, bet Taylor and Jones, Miss Kate Kennedy, 
Principal. 

OCEAN HOUSE SCHOOL, San Miguel road, nr 
Ocean-house road, James Dw'yer, Principal. 

PINE AND LARKIN-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL, cor 
Pine and Larkin, Miss H. Cooke, Principal. 

POINT LOBOS SCHOOL, Nineteenth av, nr Point 
Lobos av, Wellington Gordon, Principal. 

POTRERO SCHOOL, cor Kentucky and Napa, Miss 
H. M. Fairchild, Principal. 

POWELI^ST PRIMARY SCHOOL, Powell, bet 
Washington and Jackson, Mrs. C. J. Gumner, Princi- 
pal. 

PINE-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL, Pine, bet Scott and 
Devisadero, Miss M. J. Hall, Principal. 

RINCON SCHOOL, Vassar pi, bet Harrison and 
Folsom, Miss E. A. Cleavland, Principal. 

SAN BRUNO SCHOOL, Nebraska, nr Yolo, Mrs. M. 
Deane, Principal. 

SHOTWELL-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL, ShotweU, 
bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third, Miss A. A. Hill, 

Principal. 

SILVER-ST PRIMARY' SCHOOL, Silver, bet Sec- 
ond and Third, Miss Jennie Smith, Principal. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 
Bush, bet Dupont and Stockton, A. Herbst, Principal. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN PRIMARY SCHOOL, 
Post, bet Dupont and Stockton, Miss M. A. Castelhon, 
Principal. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL, Fourteenth 
av, nr L, W. J. Gorman, Principal. 

SPRING VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Broadway, 
bet Larkin and Polk. W. J. G. Williams, Principal. 

SPRING VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Union, bet 
Franklin and Gough. Miss J. M. A. Hurley, Princi- 
pal. 

TAYLOR STREET COSMOPOLITAN PRIMARY 
SCHOOL, cor Taylor and Post. Miss C. P. Field, 
Principal. 

TEHAMA PRIMARY SCHOOL, Tehama, bet First 
and Second. Mrs. E. A. Wood, Principal. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



TYLEE STREET PKIMAKY SCHOOL, Tyler, bet 
Pierce and Scott. Miss E. Gushing, Principal. 

TYLER AND JONES STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL, 
Tyler, bet Jones and Leavenwortli. Mrs. E. B. Jones, 
Principal. 

ITNION GRAMMAE SCHOOL, Union, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny. Charles F. True, Principal. 

UNION PRIMARY SCHOOL, cor Filbert and 
Kearny. Mrs. A. Griffith, Principal. 

VALENCIA STREET GRAMMAR SCHOOL, "Valen- 
cia, bet Twenty-second, and Twenty-third. Silas A. 
White, Principal. 

VALLEJO STREET COLORED SCHOOL, cor Val- 
lejo and Taylor. Mrs. G. Washburn, Principal. 

WASHINGTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL, cor Mason 
and Washington. Josepb O'Connor, Principal. 

WEST END SCHOOL, San Jose Road, ni- Six-mile 
House. W. W. Stone, Principal. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Old Ocean House Road, 
five miles from City Hall. Superintendent, David C. 
Woods. Office second floor City Hall. Matron, Mrs. 

D. C. Woods; Visiting Physician, B. D. Dean, M. D. 

CITY ACADEMY (Primary) , E s Powell, bet Bush 
and Sutter. Maria G. Clark, Principal; teacher of 
French, Miss Fleury; teacher of German, Miss Agnes 
Murker; teacher of drawing, Mrs. M. Durden. 

CLARKE INSTITUTE, cor Mason and O'Farrell. 

E. H. Weeden and M. F. Austin, Principals; E. S. 
Cameron, first assistant; E. C. Plummer, second as- 
sistant; M. J. Reid, third assistant; teacher of French , 
Madame Le Bris; teacher of German, Miss Poleman; 
teacher of singing, Mrs. Powers. 

CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, SW cor 
California and Dupont. Professor George Davidson, 
President; Henry G. Hanks, Correspoiiding Secre- 
tary; William J. Fisher, Librarian; Albert Kellogg, 
Director of the Museum. Curators— W. H. Dall, 
General Zoology; George Hewston, M. D., Ichthy- 
ology; W. G. W. Harford, Conchology; E. W. Stretch, 
Entomology; W. A. Goodyear, Palaeontology; Theo. 
A. Blake, Minerology; William Blunt, Ornithology. 

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, SE cor 
Clay and Kearny. W. T. Wenzell, President; John 
Calvert, Vice-President; Emlen Painter, Secretary; 
William Geary, Treasurer. Trustees — William Geary, 
William M. Searby, John Calvert, William T. Wen- 
zell, G. G. Burnett and Emlen Painter. 

CALIFORNIA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY. J. M. 
Brown, M. D., U. S. N., President; A. B. Nixon, M. 
D., W. F. Cheney, M. D., M. Baker, M. D. and R. K. 
Ried, M. D., Vice-Presidents; Gerard G. Tyrrell, 
M. D., Secretary; A. B. Caldwell, M. D., and W. F. 
Wythe, M. D., Assistant Secretaries; Ira E. Oatman, 
M. D., Trsasurer. Board of Censors— G. G. Tyrrell, 
M. D., W. R. Cluness, M. D., T. W. Hatch, M. D., J. 
L. Asay, M. D., and John Langdon, M. D. This So- 
ciety meets annually at Sacramento, on the third 
Wednesday in April. 

EBALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 Post. Edward 
P. Heald, President, Superintendent Course of Instruc- 
tion and Business Manager; F. C. Woodbury, secre- 
tary and Superintendent School departments, in- 
structor in Commercial Calculation and Lecturer on 
Business Correspondence; A. E. Castle, Superintend- 
ent Actual Business Department, instructor' in the 
Science of Accounts and Business Penmanship; H. M. 
Stearns, Superintendent Theoretical Department and 
teacher Commercial Ai-ithmetic and Book-keeping; H. 
A. Frederick, teacher Book-keeping, Commercial Pen- 
manship and CoiTCspondence; T. E. Southern, Super- 
intendent Academic Department and teacher Mathe- 
matics and Penmanship; F. Seregni, professor plain 
and Ornamental Penmanship; Miss Clara Snell, as- 
sistantteacher Theoretical Department; Mrs.N. Heald, 
Superintendent Telegraphic Department; Mrs. A. m! 
Hatch, teacher of Phonography; A. P. DuBief , teacher 



French; George Jebens, teacher German; C. F. 
Morel, teacher Spanish; W.P. Casey, prof essor higher 
Mathematics, Surveying, Engineering, Navigajjon and 
Mechanical Drawing; Lloyd Baldwin (member of the 
San Francisco bar) , lecturer on Commercial Law. 

PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE, NE cor Geary and 
Stockton, M. K. Lauden, President, Professor Science 
of Accounts and Lecturer on Commercial Science and 
Business Customs; W. E. Chamberlain, Superinten- 
dent Actual Business Departments and Lecturer on 
Commercial Calculation and Business Correspon- 
dence; Thomas A. Robinson, Superintendent Mathe- 
matical Department and teacher of Surveying, Navi- 
gation, Engineering, etc.; T. B. Julian, Supt. Theor- 
etical and Practical Dents, instructor in the Science 
of Accounts and Commercial Correspondence; P. A. 
Espina, Prof. Business and Ornamental Penmanship; 
C. C. Newman, asst teacher bookkeeping and pen- 
manship; Miss C. C. Enrich, teacher Telegraphy; A. 
P. Van Duzer, lecturer on Commercial Law; Rev. W. 
Alexander, D. D., lecturer on Political Economy and 
Business Ethics; Thomas Price, M. D., Supt. Chemi- 
cal Laboratory and teacher Assaying; C. F. Morel, 
teacher of French and Spanish language, and 0. 
Wandesforde, teacher Drawing. 

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, San Jose Eoad, four and 
one-half miles from City Hall, Bro. Justin, B. C, 
President. 



SACRED HEART COLLEGE, cor Larkin i 
Bro. Cianan, President. 



. Eddy, 



ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE, 841 Market, Rev. A. 
Masnata, S. J., President; Rev. E. M. Nattini, S. J., 
Vice-President, School Director and Prof. Short-hand 
Writing; Rev. J. Tadini, S. J., Prof, of Mental Phy- 
losophy and Spanish; Rev. J. M. Nerl, S. J., Prof, of 
Physics, Chemistry, Practical Telegraphy and Assay- 
ing; Rev. J. Bayma, S. J., Prof. Higher Mathematics; 
Rev. A. Maraschi, S. J., Treasurer; Rev. F. J. Sulli- 
van, S. J., Prof, of Classics, English Rhetoric and 
Arith; Rev. P.-'O'Elinn, S. J., Prof. English Rhetoric; 
Rev. T. Demasini, S. J., Prof, of Classics and French; 
Eev. G. Leggio, S. J., Prof. Classics and Penmanship; 
Rev. C. Gallian, S. J., Prof. Classics, English Gram- 
mar and Penmanship; Rev. F. I. Prelato, S. J., Chap- 
lain and Disciplinarian; Mr. J. Sasia, S. J., Prof. 
English Grammar and Arithmetic; J. F. Sullivan, A. 
M., Prof. Mathematics, Bookkeeping, Commercial 
Class and English Grammar; Mr. J. C. Robinson, 
Prof. English Grammar, Penmanship and Arithmetic. 
Preparatory Department — Mr. J. Delay, first class; 
Mr. D. E. Lordan, second class; Mr. W. C. Crook, 
third class. Elements— Mr. W. B. Cundall, Mr. A. E. 
Eeid and Mr. G. W. Eooney. Music Teacher — Mr. L. 
Von Der Mehden. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Berkeley. Post- 
office address, Oakland, California. Ex-Offlcio Ee- 
gents— His Excellency Newton Booth, Sacramento, 
Governor, ex-officio. President of the Board; His 
Honor Eomualdo Pacheco, San Quentin, Lieutenant 
Governor; Hon. Morris M. Estee, San Francisco, 
Speaker of the Assembly; Hon. Henry N. Bolander, 
Sacramento, State Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion; E. S. Carey, Esq., Sacramento, President of the 
State Agricultural Society; A. S. Hallidie, Esq., San 
Francisco, President of the Mechanics' Institute of 
San Francisco; Daniel C. Gilman, Oakland, President 
of the University. Appointed Eegents — Hon. John 
W. Dwinelle, LL. D., San Francisco; Rev. H. Steb- 
bins, D. D., San Francisco; Hon. Lawrence Archer, 
San Jose; J. West Martin, Esq., Oakland; Hon. S. B. 
McKee, Oakland; Hon. Samuel Merritt, M. D., Oak- 
land; Hon. John F. Swift, San Francisco; Joseph W. 
Winans, Esq., San Francisco; J. Mora Moss, Esq., 
Oakland; J. M. Hamilton, Esq., Guenoc. Honorary 
Regents— Hon. John S. Hager, San Francisco; A. J. 
Bowie, M. D., San Francisco; W. C. Ralston, Esq., San 
Francisco; Hon. J. B. Felton, Oakland: Louis Sachs, 
Esq., San Francisco; Hon. H. H. Haight, Alameda; 
Executive Officers— President of University, Daniel 
C. Gilman; Advisory Conamittee— Regents Dwinelle, 
Haight, Martin and Stebbins; Treasurer, William C. 
Ralston; Secretary and Superintendent of Grounds, 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



27 



Robert E. C. Stearns; Dean of the Academic Senate, 
Martin Kellogg; Chief of Military Instruction, W. F. 
Welcker:*Land Agent, Andrew J. Moulder (office 320 
Sansome, S. F.); Edward Sill, A. M., Acting Prof . 
Enjjlish Language, Khetcpric and History; Frank 
Soule. jr.. Prof. Civil Engineering and Astronomy; 
William T. Welcker, Prof, of Mathematics; George 
W. Bunnell, A. M., Assist. Prof. Latin and Greek; 
Artliiu- H. Allen, A. B., Instructor in Latin and An- 
cient History; Manuel M. Corella, Instructor in Span- 
ish: George C. Edwards, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathe- 
matics and Commandant of Cadets; Leander L. 
Hawkins, Ph. B., Instructor (if Mathematics and Sur- 
veying; Bobert E. 0§ilby, Instructor in Drawing; 
James M. Phillips, A. B., Instructor in Hebrew;* 
Albin Putzker, Instructor in German. Samuel B. 
Christy, A. Wendell Jackson and John M. Stillman, 
Student Assistants in Chemistry. Academic Senate — 
President, Daniel C. Oilman; George Davidson, A. 
M., Prof. Geology and Astronomy; Stephen J. Field, 
LL. D.; Prof, of Law; Martin Kellogg, A. M., Prof, of 
Latin and Greek; John Le Conte, M. D., Prof, of Phy- 
sics and Industrial Mechanics; Joseph Le Conte, M. 
D., Prof, of Geology and Natural Historj-; Paul 
Pioda, Prof, of Modern Languages; Willard B. Kising, 
Ph. D., Prol. of Chemistry and Metallurgj-. 

Medical and Sukgicai- Depabtment— Medical Col- 
lege, Toland Hall, San Francisco. Daniel C. Gilman, 
M. A., President; H. H. Toland, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Siu-gery; George Hewston, A. M. M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Principles and Practice of Medicine; E. 
Beverly Cole, M. D., Professor of Obstttrics and 
Clinical Diseases of Women; A. A. O'Neil, A. M., 
M. D., Professor of Anatomy; C. T. Deane, M. D., 
Professor of Diseases of Women and Children and 
Clinical Obstetrics: C.M.Bates, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Medicine; M. W. Fish, M.D., Prof essor of 
Physiology; A. B. Stout, M. D., Professor of Surgery; 
W. T. Bradbury, M. D., Professor of Therapeutics; 
F. W. Hatch, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica; 
Charles B. Brigham, A. M. M. D., Frofessor of Mili- 
tary and Orthopedic Surgery; Frofessor W. B. Rising, 
Ph. D., Lecturer on Chemistry; N. J. Martin ache, 
M. D., Lecturer on Ophthalmology and Otology; G. 
A. Shurtlefif, M. D., Professor of Mental Diseases; 
Thomas M. Logan, M. D., Professor of Hygiene; E. 
D. Martineaut. M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy; A. 
A. O'Xeil, Dean of the Faculty, G50 Washington 
street. A Dental College and a Pharmaceutical Col- 
lege have been established in connection with the 
Medical and Surgical Department of the University 
of California. 

UNI"STERSITY MOITND COLLEGE, S s San Brimo 
Road, John Gamble, B. A., Principal, Prof, of Greek, 
Latin and English Literatiu-e: Kev. R. G. McCarthy, 
M. A., Ch.'ipla.n: Charles Bute, Ph D. C. E., Prof, of 
Mathematics, Chemistry and Surveying; Daniel Gam- 
ble, instructor English and Commercial Branches; 
Charles D. Merrill, instructor Algebra and Arithme- 
tic: Jules Borol, Prof. Modern Languages; Louis 
Holz, Prof. Music. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (City College) , SW cor 
Geary and Stockton, George Bates, B. A., Principal. 
Trustees— Hon. Thomas H. Selby, Hon. H. P. Coon, 
M. D., Rev W. A. Scott, D. D., Rev. F. Buell, A. M., 
Rev. Thomas Fraser, H. M. Newhall. Escj., J. D. 
Thornton, Esq., James B. Roberts. Esq., R. B. Wood- 
ward, Esq.; Gov. H. H. Haight; W. C. Ralston, Esq.; 
Rev. T. M. Cunningbam. D. D., Rev, T. W. Poor, D. 
D., Rev. S. Woodbridge, D. D., A. Campbell, Esq., F. 
Henderson, Esq., D. O. Mills, Esq., N. G. Kittle, Esq., 
and August Hemme, Esq. 

SAN FRANCISCO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, SE 
cor Stockton and Geary, Rev. W. A. Scott, D. D., LL. 
D., Prof, of Mental and Moral Science and Systematic 
Theology; Rev. George Burrowcs, D. D., Prof, of He- 
brew Language and Literature; Rev. D. W. Poor, D. 
D.. Prof, of Biblical and Ecclesiastical History and 
Cliurch Government; Rev. William Alexander, Prof, 
of Exegetical Theology, New Testament Literature 
and Homiletics. Officers of the Board— President, 
W. A. Scott, D. D., LL. D.; Vice-President. A. F. 
White, LL. D.; Secretary, R. J. Trumbull; Treasurer, 
SteiJhen Franklin. 



PACIFIC MEDICAL COLLEGE— 119 Stockton. 
George H. Gibbons, Dean 

URBAN ACADEJIY, SE cor Mason and Geary, Na- 
.than W. Moore, Principal, teacher of Latin and Greek; 
Elisha Brooks, teacher of English Branches; Charles 
Morel, teacher of French and Spanish; George C. 
Arnold, teacher of German and the Higher Mathe- 
matics, and lecturer on Chemistry; FeUx Seregni, 
teacher of Drawing and Penmanship. 



Libraries and Reading Rooms. 

B'NAI B'EITHLIBEARY ASSOCIATION -Meets on 
the first Sunday in each month, at B. B. Hall, 105 
Post. Number of voliunes, 3,500. Louis Schwartz, 
President; S. Leszynsky, Vice-President; D. Magnes, 
Secretary; I. N. Choynski, Treasurer; J. Rosenthal, 
Librarian. 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 27 Post— A. S. Hallidie, 
President; P. B. Cornwall, Vice-Prest; Henry L. Da- 
vis, Treasurer; James Spiers, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; R. B. Woodward, Recording Secretary. Board 
of Directors— James C. Patrick, George Spaulding, 
Richard Savage, James P. Curtis. Asa R. WeUs, Chas. 
Elliot, John H. Macdonald, W. P. Stout. 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION — N s 
Bush, bet Sansome and Montgomery. President, Geo. 
C. Hickox: Vice President, AVilliam Loewy; Record- 
ing Secretary, T. H. Rearden; Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Hy. P. Tricon; Treasurer, W. W. Wiggins. 
Trustees- Hy. K. Moore, Prentiss Selby, Sydney M. 
Smith, W. B. Cummings, Lovell White, P. Taylor, 
John Bermingham, H. P. Bowie and John R. Jarboe. 

MixiTARY' LIBRARY— Rooms 28 Merchants' Ei- 
change; COO volumes and 100 maps. President, D. W. 
C. Thompson; Secretary and Librarian, David Wilder. 

ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION— 323 
Montgomery Blk. President, Greorge Hewston; Vice 
President, Colin M. Boyd; Recording Secretary, H. C. 
Squire; Corresponding Secretary, Leon L. Dennery; 
Librarian, George A. Carnes; Assistant Librarian, A. 
H. Grayson; Treasurer, Wm. H. Watson. 

SAN FRANCISCO LAW LIBRARY ASSOCIATION— 
27 and 28 Montgomery Blk. President, J. P. Hoge; 
Secretary and Librarian, G. G. W. Hoge; Porter, J. 
W. McKeuzie. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION LI- 
BRAEY— 232 Sutter. President, Jacob S. Taber; Re- 
cording Secretary, Irving E. Smith; Corresponding 
Secretary, Rev. J. P. Moore; Treasurer, B. F. Sher- 
wood; Librarian and Chaplain, Rev. H. Cox, D. D._ 



Medical Societies. 

BOARD OF PHARMACY— Organized under the pro- 
visions of an Act of the Legislature, approved March 
28, 1872: NE cor Market and Stockton. John Calvert, 
President; William T. Wenzell, Secretary. Board of 
Pharmacy: — John Calvert, William Simpson, Max 
Tschirner, James G. Steele and William T. Wenz6U. 

CALIFORNIA STATE MEDIC.AX SOCIETY OF 
HOMCEOPATHIC PRACTITIONERS— Meets annually 
in San Francisco, bet 1st and 15th April. C. W. Brey- 
fogle, M. D., San Jose, President: S. Porter, M. D., 
Napa, and M. J. Werder, M. D., San Francisco. Vice 
Presidents; W. N. Griswold. U. D., and E. J. Fraser, 
M. D., Secretaries: M. T. Wilson, M. D., Treasurer; 
J. S. Shepherd. M. D..Petaluma, F. Hiller, Sr., M.D., 
and J. K. Clark, M. D., Sacramento, Censors. 

CALIFORNIA PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY— 8E 
cor Clay and Kearny. W. M. Searby, President; G. Q. 
Burnett, Secretary. — ^ 

DENTAL ASSOCIATION— Meets second Tuesday in 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



month, at Y. M. C. A. Hall. H. E. Knox, President; 
J. E. Goe, Corresponding Secretary; A. Warner, Jj'., 
Recording Secretary. 

ECLECTIC MEDICAL SOCIETY— Meets first Mon- 
day in month at 156 Third: annual meeting, December 
8, 1875. O. P. Warren, M. D., President; F. M. Clay- 
ton, M. D., andJ.P.Backesto, M. D., Vice Presidents; 
F. C. Cook, M. D., Corresponding Secretary; Charles 
F. Draper, Recording Secretary; M. E. Tewkesbury, 
M. D., Treasurer; Benjamin Sturman, M. K. Tewkes- 
bury and L. B. Hoag, Censors. 

PACIFIC HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY— 
Formed September, 1874 ; annual meeting first Wednes- 
day in November; semi-annual meeting first Wednes- 
day in May. J. J. Gushing, M. D., President; J. M. 
Selfridge, M. D., Vice President; G. M. Pease, M. D., 
General Secretary; J. A. Albertson, M. D., Treasurer; 
J. F. Geai-y, M. D., H. H. Inger.son, M. D., and H. 
Knapp. M. D., Censors. Meetings held at Y. M. C. A. 
Rooms; elections by ballot. 

SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL SOCIETY— Meets at 
114 Stockton, first and third Tuesdays in month, 7 J^ 
p. M. W. A. Grover, M. D., President; C. B. Holbrook, 
M. D., and E. Bentley, M. D., Vice Presidents; W. T. 
Wythe, M. D., Recording Secretary; J. R. Prevost, M. 
D., Corresponding Secretary; H. S. Baldwin, M. D., 
Treasurer; B. D. Dean, M. D., Librarian. 



IVEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS. 

See Business Dieectoet. 



RAIIiROADS. 



CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD— Leland Stanford, 
President; C. P. Huntington, Vice President; E. H. 
Miller, Jr.. Secretary; Mark Hopkins, Treasurer; S. S. 
Montague, Chief Engineer; B. B. Redding, Land Com- 
missioner; W. H. Porter, Auditor; A. N. To-svne, Gen- 
eral Sviperlntendent; John Corning, Assistant General 
Superintendent; J. R. Watson, General Supply Agent; 
F. L. Vandenbm-gh, Supt. Telegraph; T. H. Goodman, 
General Passenger and Ticket Agent; J. C. Stubbs, 
Assistant General Freight Agent; O. C. Wheeler, Gen- 
eral Baggage Agent. This company indues the Cen- 
tral Pacific, Southern Pacific, Western Pacific, Califor- 
nia Central, San Joaquin Valley, California and Ore- 
gon, Oakland and Alameda roads. 

LOS ANGELES AND WILMINGTON — Eighteen 
miles in length, and connects the two places named. 

NORTH PACIFIC COAST-Runs from Saucelito, 
and is completed to the vicinity of San Rafael. Con- 
nected by ferry with San Francisco. 

N. P. C. R. R. Stations.— Following is a list of sta- 
tions on the North Pacific Coast Railroad with their 
respective distances, from the landing at the foot of 
Davis street, San Francisco: Saucelito, 6 miles; Ly- 
ford's, 10; Corte Maderia, 13; Tamalpais, 15; San An- 
selmo, 17; Fairfax, 18 J^; Alderney's 24J<j; San Geroni- 
mo, 253^; Lagunitas, 28; Taylorville, 31; Jewell's, 32- 
Garcia, 35; Olema, 38}^; Mlllonton, 42 J^; Marshall 
47 a ; Hamlet, 51 ; and Tomales, 55 miles. 

NORTH PACIFIC— Extends from Donahue to Clo- 
verdale. Connects by steamer with San Francisco, 

SAN RAFAEL AND SAN QUENTIN— Three and a 
half miles in length, and connects by ferry with San 
Francisco. 

THE PITTSBURG AND BLACK DIAMOND ROADS 
—Run from the Mount Diablo coal mines; seven 
miles long each. The latter terminates at New York 
of the Pacific and the former at Pittsburg Landing. 

City Railway Lines. 

See Business Dieectoey. 



Secret and Benevolent Societies. 



FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS. 

GRAND LODGE OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MA- 
SONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— Next an- 
nual meeting at Masonic TemxJle, San Francisco, Post 
above Montgomery. M. W. George Clement Perkins, 
Grand Master, Oroville; R. W. John Mills Brown, 
Deputy Grand Master, Vallejo: R. W. William Boyd 
Parker, Senior Grand Warden, Red Bluff; R. W. Wiley 
James Tinnin, Junior Grand Warden, Weaverville; Y. 
W. James Laidley, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; 
V. W. Alex. GurdonAbell, Grand Secretary, San Fran- 
cffeco; V. R. William Henry Hill, Grand Chaplain, Los 
Angeles; W. Heni-y Huntley Haight, Grand Orator, 
Alameda; W. William Edward Moody, Assistant Grand 
Secretary, San Francisco; W. John Werner Shaeffer, 
Grand Lecturer, San Francisco; W. Josiah Perkins 
Brown, Grand Marshal, Camptonville; W. Samuel 
Graves, Grand Bible Bearer, San Francisco; W. Na- 
thaniel Dunbar Plum, Grand Standard Bearer, Forbes- 
town; W. Henri Videau, Grand Sword Bearer, San 
Francisco; W. Moses Heller, Senior Grand Deacon, 
San Francisco; W. John Whitten Surface, Junior 
Grand Deacon, lone City; W. Charles McCormiek, 
Senior Grand Steward, San Francisco; W. Charles 
Wilson Bush, Junior Grand Steward, Los Angeles: W. 
John Chany Partridge, Grand Pursuviant, Susan ville; 
W. Samuel David Mayer, Grand Organist,- San Fran- 
cisco; W. James Oglesby, Grand Tyler, San Francisco. 
Trustees of the Reserve Fund — V. W. James Laidley, 
San Francisco; R. W. Richard Dale, Sacramento; W. 
George Craw Hickox, San Francisco. 

CALIFORNIA, No. 1— Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Masonic Temple. Jesse Combes, W. M.; Charles J. 
Prescott, S. W.; Allison Van Denburgh, J. W.; Arthur 
S. Peterson, Treasurer; G. T. Grimes, Secretary. 

LA PARFAITE UNION, No. 17— Meets every Friday 
evening at Masonic Temple . Pierre Francois Masson, 
W. M.; Dominique Germain Lucien, S. W.; Phillippe 
Sabatie, J. W.; Louis Michel Gautier, Treasurer; 
Michel Lebatard, Secretary. 

OCCIDENTAL, No. 22— Meets every Monday eve- 
ning at Masonic Temple. Pemberton Brittan Horton, 
W. M.; Charles Johnson Willey, S. W.; Samuel W. 
Backus, J. W.; John Monroe Johnson, Treasurer; Wil- 
liam Edward Moody, Secretary. 

GOLDEN GATE, No. 30— Meets every Tuesday eve- 
ning at Corinthian Hall, 31 Post. William Stebbins 
Browne, W. M.; James Henry Skelly, S. W.; Samuel 
Hei-vey, Jr., J. W.; Calvin Hale Wetherbee, Treasurer; 
Adolphus Augustus Hobe, Secretai-y. 

MOUNT MORIAH, No. 44— Meets every Wednesday 
eveniiig at Masonic Temple. Davis Louderback, W. 
M.; J. Lipman, S. W.; J. M. Keating, J. W.; George C. 
Hickox, Treasurer; Charles L. Wiggins, Secretary. 

FIDELITY, No. 120— Meets evei-y Thursday evening 
at Masonic Temple. Henry Williams, W. M.; Joseph 
Napthaly, S. W.; George Barstow, J. W.; Louis Eman- 
uel, Treasurer; Moses Heller, Secretary. ' 

HERMANN, No. 127— Meets every Monday evening 
at Masonic Temple. Ralph De Clairmont, W. M.; 
William Nagle, S. W.; Nicolaus Lohse, J. W.; Heni-y 
Vorrath, Treasurer; Peter George Bauch, Secretary. 

PACIFIC, No. 136— Meets every Tuesday evening at 
930 Market. Solomon Kohlman, W. M.; George Lev- 
iston, S. W.; Charles G. Ewing, J. W.; Lewis Clarence 
Hunter, Treasurer; Henry Hickei, Secretary. 

CROCKETT, No. 139— Meets every Wednesday eve- 
ning at Corinthian Hall. Charles McCormiek, W. M.; 
James Lafayette Cogswell, S. W.; Robert Gabriel 
Kelly, J. W.; Samuel Simmons, Treasurer; Carsten 
Hildebrandt, Secretary. 

ORIENTAL, No. 144— Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Masonic Temple. Samuel E. Dutton, W. M. ; D. C. 
Smith, S. AV.; W. J. Townshend, J. W.; E. W. Schnei- 
der, Treasurer; W. H. Loring, Secretary. 



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EXCELSIOR, No. 166— Meets evtry Wednesday eve- 
ning at Masonic Temple. Alexander Martin, TV. M.; 
John Martin Currier, S. W.; Frank Dyer Bullock, J. 
W.; Aaron Do\\-d, Treasurer; Thomas T. Atkinson, 
Secretary. 

MISSION. No. 169— Meets every Wednesday evening 
cor Sixteenth and Valencia. Jerome Spaulding, W. 
M.: F. A. Reynolds. S. W.; John Wagner, J. W.; Wil- 
liam Ede, Treasurer; John W. Harville, Secretary. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO NO. 212— Meets every 
Thursday evening at Hare's Hall, South San Francisco. 
George Keep, W. M. : Francis Augustus BaiTett, S. W. : 
James George Fay, J. W.: Diedrich Dreyer, Treasurer; 
Cornelius Edward DunsLee, Secretary. 

DORIC NO. 216— Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Masonic Temple. Lonson Martin Manzer, W. M.; 
Gumpert Schwartz, S. W.; Abraham Kaplan, J. W.; 
Curtis Klopstock, Treasurer; Gabriel David Plato, Sec- 
retary. 

SPERANZA ITALI.\NA NO. 217— Meets every Fri- 
day evening in King Solomon's Temple. Natale Gi- 
amboni, W. M.; Andrea Divioi, S. W.; A. Galli, J. W.; 
Camillo Steffani, Treasurer; Giorgei Caglieri, Secre- 
tary. 

Chapters R. A. M. 

GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH MASONS OF 
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA— Meets annually. M. 
E. William Alexander January, Grand High Priest, 
Sap Jose; R. E. William Thomas Reynolds, Deputy 
Grand High Priest, San Francisco: R. E. John Mills 
Brown, Grand King, Vallejo; R. E. Henry Hay Knapp, 
Grand Scribe, Napa; R. E. Charles Lewis Wiggiu, 
Grand Secretary, San Francisco: R.E.John Elliott 
Benton, Grand Chai)lain, Oakland: E. Nathan Weston 
Spaulding, Grand Captain of the Host, Oakland; E. 
Wiley James Tinnin, Grand Royal Arch Captain, 
Weaverville; Comp. Samuel David Mayer, Grand Or- 
ganist, San Francisco: Comp. Ira Colburn Root,Graud 
Guard, San Francisco: M. E. Thomas Hubbard Cas- 
well, Grand Lecturer, Nevada. 

SAN FRANCISCO NO. 1— Stated meetings first and 
third Mondays of each month, at Chapter Hall, Ma- 
sonic Temple. Sauniel Stemheim, H. P.; Simon 
Baum, K.: Henry Edwards, Scribe; Edward T. An- 
thony, Captain of Host; Henry Williams, Principal 
Sojourner: Henry Wangenheim, R. A. Captain ; Alfred 
Rising, Master Third Tail; William A. Stewart, Master 
Second Vail; Josej^h Getz, Master First Vail; Joseph 
Clement, Treasurer; Henry L. Cohen, Secretary; Ira 
C. Root, Guard. 

CALIFORNIA, No. 5— Stated meetings first and 
third Tuesdays of month, at Chapter Hall, Masonic 
Temple. Alfred C. Waitt, H. P.: Joseph M. Litch- 
field, K.; Alphonso H. Vaughn, Scribe; Charles J. 
Willey, Captain of Host; Jesse C. Reed, Principal So- 
journer; John Newman, B. A. Captain; Thomas F. 
Atkinson, Master Third Vail; J. E. Purdy, Master Sec- 
ond Vail; Daniel J. Edgar, Master First Vail; Samuel 
Granes, Treasurer; WiUiam E. Moody, Secretary; Jas. 
Oglesby, Guard. 

Councils R. and S. M. 

GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT MAS- 
TERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA— Meets an- 
nually on the second Thursday of April, at Masonic 
Temple, San Francisco. M. P. Powell Samuel LawBon, 
Grand Master, Sacramento; R. P. Henry Say re Orme, 
Deputy Grand Master, Los, Angeles; R. P. George 
Tuttle Grimes, Grand lUustrous Master, San Fran- 
cisco: R. P. Edmond Taylor Wiikins, Grand Principal 
Condvictor of the Works, Marysville; R. P. James 
Laidley, Grand Treasurer, SanFrancisco;R. P. Charles 
Lewis Wiggin, Grand Recorder, San Francisco; R. P. 
William Jeffray, Grand Chaplain. SanFrancisco: Comp. 
William Monroe Petrie, Grand Captain of the Guards, 
Sacramento; Comp. Leopold Kuh, Grand Steward, 
San Francisco; Comp. Ira Colburn Root, Grand Sen- 
tinel, San Francisco. 

CALIFORNIA, No. 2— Meets first Saturday in each 
month at Chapter Hall, Masonic Temple. George T. 



Grimes, T. I. M., Leopold Kuh, D.I. M.; William Jef- 
fray, P. C. W. ; Alex. D. McDonald, Treasurer: William 
E. Moody, Secretary; Jesse C. Reed, C. G.: Henry Ed- 
wards, Conductor; Baptist Johnson, Marshal; James 
Oglesby, Sentinel. 

Commancleries K. T. 

GRAND COMMAND ERY OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR 
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA- Assemble an- 
nually on second Friday in April, at Masonic Temple, 
San Francisco. R. E. Sir William Abraham Davis, 
Grand Commander. Stockton; V. E. Sir Alviu Bacon 
Preston, Deputy Grand Commander, Jamestown; E. 
Sir Henry- Sayre Orme, Grand Generalissimo, Los An- 
geles; E. Sir Hiram Throp Graves, Grand Captain 
General, San Francisco: E. and Rev. Sir Beniamin 
Akerly, Grand Prelate, Oakland: E. Sir William Henry 
Lino Barnes, Grand Senior Warden, San Francisco; 
E. Sir Ralph Josiah VanVoorhees, Grand Junior War- 
den, Placerville: E. Sir Elisha Wilson Bourne, Grand 
Treasurer, San Francisco; E. Sir Powell Samuel 
Lawson, Grand Standard Bearer, Sacramento; E. Sir 
George Tisdale Bromley, Grand Sword Bearer, San 
Francisco; E. Sir Edward Richard Hedges, Grand 
Warden, Steckt on: Sir James Oglesby, Grand Captain 
of the Guards, San Francisco. 

CALIFORNL\, No. 1 — Meets every Friday evening 
in Commandery Hall, Masonic Temple. Sir William 
H. L. Barnes, Commander: Sir George T. Bromley, 
Generalissimo; Sir Franklin H. Day, Captain-Gen- 
eral: Sir William Mason Rundell, Prelate; Sir Henry 
H. Thrall, Senior Warden; Sir Henry H. Blake, Ju- 
nior Warden; Sir William H. Lyon, Treasurer; Sir 
William Harney, Recorder; Sir Henry M. Newhall, 
Standard Bearer: Sir George Craw Hickox, Sword 
Bearer; Sir Henry Edwards, Warden; Sir James Ogles- 
by, Sentinel: Sir Lucius Thompson, First Guard; Sir 
Daviel W. Laird, Second Guard; Sir Reuben N. Lloyd, 
Third Guard. 

A. and A. Scottisli Rite. 

GRAND CONSISTORY OF THE ANCIENT AND 
ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE— Meets at Masonic Tem- 
ple, San Francisco, second Wednesday in January, 21st 
of March, 25th of June, 2l6t of September and 27th of 
December. V. I. John M. Browne, Grand Com- 
mander and Chief, Vallejo; I. William A. Davig, First 
L. Commander, Stockton; I. H. H. Hubbard, Second 
L. Commander, San Francisco: I. Charles Marsh, 
Grand Constable, Nevada: I. Charles F. Brown, 
Grand Admiral, San Francisco; I. S. G. Hilbom, 
Grand Chancellor, Vallejo; I. Washington Ayer, 
Grand Minister of State, San Francisco; I. William 
C. Belcher, Grand Almoner, Marysville; I. George J. 
Hobe, Grand Register, San Francisco; I. Oscar H. 
Walker, Grand Keeper of Seals and Archives, Stock- 
ton: I. Charles H. Dewey, Grand Treasurer, San 
Francisco: I. A. A. McAllister, Grand Primate, Val- 
lejo; I. J. W. Harville, Grand Master of Ceremonies, 
San Francisco; I. E. A. Rodgers, Grand Expert, 
Stockton: I. D. M. Hosmer, Grand Asst Expert, San 
Francisco: I. Alexander Chalmers, Grand Beau- 
senifer, Stockton; I. Lewis M. Cutting, Bearer of the 
Vexilhun Belli, Stockton: I. James Dods, Grand 
Master of the Guards, Oakland; I. C. Waterhouse, 
Grand Chamberlain, San Francisco: I. Thomas Driver, 
Grand Steward, Stockton; I. Stephen Wing, Grand 
Aid-de-Camp, San Francisco: I. Ira C. Root, Grand 
Sentinel, San Francisco. 

GODFREY DE ST. 03IAR COUNCIL, KNIGHTS 
KADOSH, No. 1— Meets on the second Friday evening 
in every month at Masonic Temple. Sir Horace H. 
Hubbard, Very Em. Commander; Sir Charles F. 
Brown, Em. First-Lieutenant Commander: Sir Wil- 
lard G. Wayman, Em. Second-Lieutenant Commander; 
Sir Charles H. Dewey, Exc. Chancellor; Sir John H. 
Titcomb, Exc. Orator; Sir William J. Hamilton, Exc. 
Almoner: Sir George J. Hobe, Exc. Recorder; Sir 
Moses Heller, Exc. Treasurer; Sir William T. Rey- 
nolds, Exc. Master of Ceremonies: Sir B. B. Givens, 
Val. Turcopilier: Sir James H. Mitchell, Wor. Draper: 
Sir Marcus C. Meyer, Worthy First Deacon; Sir Job. 
N. Souther, Worthy Second Deacon; Sir William 



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l^EW CITY DIRECTORY. 



JefiEray, Bearer of Beauseant; Sir TVilliam McCrindle, 
Bearer of the Second Standard; Sir Henry H.Pearson, 
Bearer of the Tliird Standard: Sir Charles J. Prescott, 
lieutenant of the G-uard: Sir Ira C. Eoot, Sentinel. 

YEKBA BrEXA CHAPTER OF EOSE CEOIX, No. 
4— Meets on the last Friday of every month at Ma- 
sonic Temple. Sir Benjamin Morgan, M. W. M.; Sir 
Charles J. Prescott. S. W.; Sir George Spaulding. J. 
W.; Sir James H. Mitchell, Orator; Sir William 
Jeffiray. Almoner; Sir George J. Hobe, Secretary; Sir 
Moses Heller, Treasurer; Sir Charles H. Dewey, M. of 
C; Sir William McCrincUe, S. E.; Sir F. A. Eeynolds, 
J. E.; Sir F. Xicolaysen. G. of T.; Sir James Church- 
ward, Tyler. 

TEEBA BUENA LODGE OF PERFECTION, No. 6— 
Meets every Friday evening at Masonic Temple. C. 
F. Brown, T. P. G. M.; Adrian E. Smith, S. G. W.; 
James H. Mitchell, J. G. W.; George T. Marye, Jr., 
Orator; William Jeffray, Almoner; John H. Titcomb, 
Secretary; Moses Heller, Treasurer; William H. Eose, 
M. of C: James Patterson, S. E.; E. M. Cottrell, J. 
E.; Frederick W. Myrick, 0. G.; James Churchward, 
Tyler. 

Adoptive Masonry. 

THE GRAND CHAPTER OF THE ORDER OF 
THE ADOPTIVE KITE OF THE EASTERN STAR— 
Meets first Monday after the second Tuesday in Octo- 
ber, at Corinthian Hall, 31 Post. George J. Hobe, 
San Francisco, Worthy Grand Patron; Henrietta 
Whitcher, Oakland, Grand Matron; WilUam S. Pnelps, 
San Francisco, Associate Grand Patron; Emily Eolfe, 
Nevada, Associate Grand Matron; Anna M. Elliot, San 
Francisco, Grand Secretary; Kate Eichardson, Suis\m, 
Grand Treasirrer; Lucy E. Dam, Oakland, Grand Con- 
ductress; Amanda Adams, Vallejo, Grand Warder; 
Eev. D. E. Buslinell, Suisun, Grand Chaplain; Annie 
E. Du Bois, San Francisco, Associate Grand Conduc- 
tress; Abbie E. Wood, San Francisco, Grand Lecturess; 
Annie E. Douglas, San Francisco, Grand Marshal; 
Eleanor B. Farrington, Oakland, Grand Adah ; Mary 
J. Schuotze, Eocklin, Grand Ruth; Sarah J. CasSidy, 
Vallejo, Grand Esther; Ann M. Jennings. Drytown, 
Grand Martha; Jennie E. Smith, Alameda, 'Grand 
Electa; ElviuB. Farrington, Oakland, Grand Organist; 
Joseph Lippman, San Francisco. Grand Sentinel. 

GOLDEN GATE, No. 1— Meets every Wednesday 
evening, at Corinthian HaU, 31 Post. Jerome Spaul- 
ding, Worthy Patron; Mary' A. Downer. Worthv Ma- 
tron; Mary Hasty, A.ssociate Mati'on: Georgia Wash- 
biurn, Secretary; Helen A. Shaeffer, Treasurer; Emma 
Swift, Conductress; Susan K. Allen, Associate Con- 
ductress; Mary Bragg, Adah; Anna W. Elliot, Euth; 
Sarah J. Stoutenborough, Esther; NelHe M. Owens, 
Martha; Jennie Mann, Electa; Jane Eodecker, War- 
der; Henry Savage, Sentinel. 

CALIFOENL\, No. 4— Meets everv Thursdav even- 
ing, at Corinthian HaU, 31 Post. Frederick Leppiph, 
Worthy Patron; Abbie E. Wood, Worthv Matr n: Har- 
riet N. Norcross, Associate Matron: Elizabeth Adsit, 
Treasurer; M. E. Stovall, Seeretai-y; Susie Neil, Con- 
ductress: Marj- HoUand, Associate Conductress: Mary 
-\li-utz, Adah; Eebecca Bragg, Euth; Dora Leppiph, 
Esther; Helen K. Fonda, Martha; Jane Tuttle, Electa' 
Lizzie Wells, Warder; JohnWilUs, Sentinel. 

Masonic Cemetery Association. 

Office 23 Merchants' Exchange. W. E. Wheaton 
President; Joseph Clement, Vice President; Thomas 
Anderson, Treasurer; John R. Wilde, Secretary. 

Masonic Board of Relief. 

Composed of the Masters of Lodges in this City. 
Meets every Saturday evening at Masonic Temple 
C. McCormack, President; A. C. Waitt, Secretary 



Henry Tolljert. E.W.J. G. W.; George A. Devall, 
E. W. G. T.; WilUam H. Hillery, R. W. G. S. 

HANNTBAX, No. 1— Meets under National Grand 
Lodge, SW cor Powell and Jackson, every Wednesday 
evening. EzeMel Cooper, W. M.; Isaac"West, S. W.; 
George Mason, J. W.; George A. DevaU, Treasurer; 
Samuel C. Lorington, Secretary. 

VICTORIA, No. 3— Meets under National Grand 
Lodge, SW cor Powell and Jackson, every Monday 
evening. James A. Eeeder, W. M.; Moses A. Jack- 
son, S. W.; John M. Patterson, J. W.; James Dizart, 
Treasurer; WilUam H. HiUery, Secretary. 

OLIVE BEANCH.No. 4— Meets on the first Tuesday 
in each month at C. I. G. L. Hall. Wilford R. Strick- 
land, W. M.; Charles A. Griffith, S. W.; Daniel Mc- 
Cleary, J. W.; Henry Tolbert, Treasurer; WilUam J. 
Simmons, Secretary. 

WETHINGTON, No. 7— Meets on the first Thursday 
in each month at C. I. G. L. Hall. James H. Riker, 
W. M.; Henry S. Morris, S. W.; Samuel Dustin, 
Treasurer. 

MASO^^C, No. 11— Meets on the first Friday in 
each month at C. I. G. L. Hall. Peter Anderson, 
W. M.; Sam. A. Smyth, S. W.; Richard B. Scholield, 
J. W.; John Harris, Treasurer; WilUam J. O.Brjant, 

Secretary. 

COVENANT AEK, No. 1— Meets cor PoweU and 
Jackson on the second Tuesday in each month. 
Homer Bishop, Archon; Mrs. A. E. Farrell, Archon- 
ess; E. Cooper, Treasurer; Mrs. S. Johnson, Sec- 
retary. 

ALPHA ROYAL ARCH CHAPTEE, No. 10— Meets 
on the third Wednesday in each month at C. I. G. L. 
Hall. Peter Anderson, H. P.; James E. Francis, Sec- 
retary. 



COLORED MASOXS. 

CON^VENTIONALESDEPEN-DENT GRAND LODGE 
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA— Annual sessions 
at C. I. G. L. Hall, S s Pacific, bet PoweU and Mason 
Robert J. Fletcher, M. W. G. M.; John G. Pallier 
E. W. D. G. M.; -Joseiffi W. Prince, E. W. S. G W • 



EVDEPEIVDEVT ORDER OF ODD_FEL.- 
LOWS. 

THE R. W. GRAND LODGE OF CALIFOENIA— 
Assembles annually. The Twenty-third Annual Com- 
munication will be held in San Francisco on the sec- 
ond Tuesday in May, 1875. J. F. MUler, M. W. G. M., 
San Francisco; D. W. Welty, E. W. Deputy G. M., 
Sacramento; H. J. Tilden, R. W. G. Warden, San 
Francisco; T. Rodgers Johnson, R. W, G. Secretary, 
San Francisco; David Meeker, R. W. G. Treasurer, 
San Franciseo; John B. Harmon, R. W. G. Rei^re- 
sentative, Oakland; M. M. Estee, E. W. G. Eepre- 
sentative, San Francisco; Eev. H. B. Shelden, W. G. 
Chaplain, Placerville; C. H. Wade, W. G. Marshal, 
San Francisco; F. J. Trapp. W. G. Conductor, Vallejo; 
C. N. Cousens, W. G. Guardian, San Francisco; E. 
Dimker, W. G. Herald, San Francisco. The Lodges 
number 215 in the State, with an aggregate member- 
ship, on .July 1, 1874, of 17,714. Th* amount of reve- 
nue for the year ending this date, was ^359,455.95; 
amoimt disbursed in reUef and charities, in the year 
ending December 31, 1873, $127,882.09; value of prop- 
erty, $1,009,370.04. 

Subordinate Liodg'es. 

CALEFOENLINO. 1— Meets every Monday eveningl 
at 325 Montgomery. C. C. Butt, N. G.; G. M. Berry,! 
V. G.; C. J. Burks, E. S.; A. H. Graycin, Treasurer. 

SAN FBANCISCO NO. 3— Meets every Friday eve- 1 
ning at 325 Montgomery. E. Peterson, N. G. ; F, M. 
Stocking, V. G.; A. S. Folger, R. S.; H. V. Brooks,] 
Treasurer, 

HAEMONX NO. 13— Meets every Thursday evening 
at 325 Montgomery. Powell Jessen, N, G.; H. A. Sieg- 
freid, V. G.; Charles Quast, E. S,; Joseph Mysell, P. 
S., Peter Anthers, Treasurer. 

VERBA BUENA NO. 15— Meets everv Thursday eve- 
ning at 325 Moutgom.-ry. B, F. Wellington, N. G.; 
Charles E. Pearson. V. G.; E. D. Humphrey, R. S.; 
Henry C. Squire, Treasurer, 






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TEMPLAR NO . 17— Meets every Wednesday evening 
325 Montgomery. C. Conrtenay, N. G.; Frank Kenne- 
dy, V. G.; L. Wadham, R. S.; C. T, Pidwell, P. S.; W, 
K. Deitrick, Treasurer. 

MAGNOLIA NO. 29— Meets every Tuesday evening 
at 325 Montgomery. S.imuel Wientraub,N. G.; H. H. 
"Waters, V. G.; Jacob Zobel. R. S.; George W, Corbell, 
P. G., P. S.; A. Kronberg, J?. G., Treasurer. 

BAY CITY NO. 71— Meets Monday evening at 325 
Montgomery. F. Toklas, N. G.; A.. L. Lengfeld,V. G.; 
I, Newburger, R, S.; W. Lutz, Treasurer. 

ABOU BEN ADHEM NO. 112— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 325 Montgomery. A. R, Stringer, N, 
G.; Wallace T. James, V. G.; H. B. Hall, R. S.; A. W. 
Genvmg, Treasurer. 

GERMANIA NO. 116— Meets every Wednesday eve- 
ning at 325 Montgomery. Henry Wesfling, N. G.; 
Louis Bode, V. G.; J. Lachmann, R. S.; John A. Rioh- 
ter, P. S.; H. Younger, Treasurer. 

CONCORDIA NO. 122— Meets every Monday eve- 
ning at 325 Montgomery. J. Kinsman, N. G.; C. L. 
Giller, V. G.; Charles Trautner, R. S.; D. Becker, 
Treasurer. 

APOLLO NO. 123— Meets every Friday evening at 
325 Montgomery. William W. Morrow, N. G.; Frank 
Smith, V. G.; E. W. Blaney, R. S.;H. P. Parker, P. S. ; 
E. L. Cutteu, Treasurer. 

PARKER NO 124— Meets every Tuesday evening at 
325 Montgomeiy. A. B. Richet, N. G.; L. L, Lyman, 
V, G.; J. B. HaiTis, R. S.; A, J. Chambers, Treasurer. 

UNITY NO, 131— Meets every Tuesday evening, cor 
Sixteenth and Valencia. Charles Menges, N. G.; 
Robert Howe, V. G.; F. Dugardin, R. S,; R. W. Coffin, 
P, S.; E. F. Segrave, Treasurer, 

HERMAN NO. 145— Meets every Wednesday eve- 
ning at 325 Montgomery, Charles Brandenburg, N. 
G.; W. Gehring, V. G.: Charles Wisel, R.S.; Theo. Bor- 
chers, P, S.; JoseiJh Boiler, Treasurer. 

PACIFIC NO. 155— Meets every Thursday evening 
at 325 Montgomery. Thomas Stewart, N. G.; Alvin 
B. Perry, V. G.; Chester H. Evans, R. S.; Daniel 
McLaren, P. S,; J. L. Zeigler, Treasurer. 

OPHIR NO. 171— Meets every Wednesday evening 
in Pythian Castle, 915 Market. J. C. Sargeant, N. G.; 
E. F. Moore, V. G.; Charles Watson, R. S.; John Han- 
son, Treasurer. 

OCCIDENTAL NO. 179— Meets every Thursday eve- 
ning at 325 Montgomery. C. S. Peck, N. G.; M. Brandt, 
V. G.; W. H. Searles, R. C; C. B. Putnam, Treasurer. 

COSMOPOLITAN NO. 194— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 325 Montgomery. E. K. Higgins, N. G.; 
Frank J. Moran, V. G.; C. "S. Wright, R. S,; Charles 
Lakeman, Treasurer, 

GOLDEN GATE NO. 204— Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 325 Montgomery. L. Witkowas^ki, N, G,; 
M. Lindsay, V. G.; W. W. Bunker, R. S.; C. H. Carter, 
P. S.; E. L. Reed, Treasm'er. 

ALTA NO. 205 — Meets every Wednesday evening in 
Pythian Castle, 915 Market. J. H. Erringer, N. G.; 8. 
G. McPherson, V. G.; W. S. Potter, R. S.; W. W. Arey, 
Treasurer. 

FRANCO-AMERICAN NO. 207— Meets every Friday 
evening at 325 Montgomery. Leon Auradore, N. G.; 
A. Goustiaux, V. G.; Leon Rebour, R. S.; Jean Trou- 
illet. Treasurer. 

FIDELITY, NO. 222 .—Meets in Pythian Castle, 915 
Market. E. G. Thorn, N. G.; J. D. Demarest, V. G.; 
A. A. Crossett, R. S.; N. J. Bird, P. S,; Chas. E. Ran- 
kin, Treasurer. 

Encampnieiits. 

R. W. GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF CALIFORNIA 
— Meets annually the Monday preceding the second 
Tuesday in May. The twenty-first annual session 
will be held in San Francisco, 1875. Samuel Isaacs, 
M. W. G. P., Shasta; Albert Shepard, M. E. G. H. P., 



San Francisco; Gustave Warner, R. W. G. S. W., Pet- 
aluma; T. Rodgers Johnson, R. W. G. S., San Fran- 
cisco; David Hunter, R. W. G. T., San Francisco; D. 
A. McFarland, R. G. G. Jr. W., San Francisco; Nathan 
R. W. G. R. ALsmeda; Charles H. Randall, R. W. G. 
R., Sonoma; I. W. Hayes, W. G. S., Grass Valley; Al- 
bert O. Day, W. D. G. S., San Francisco. 

Subordinate EJiicampmentg. 

GOLDEN GATE NO. 1— Meets second and fourth 
Fridays of each month, at 325 Montgomery. W H 
Edmonds, C. P.; E. B. Cooper, H. P. ; W. W. Henry! 
S. W.; H. C. George, S. 

WALHALLA ENCAMPMENT NO. 7 (German) — 
Meets first and third Fridays of each month, at 325 
Montgomery. F. H. Druflell, C. P.; J. G. Mysall, S. 

WILDEY, NO. 23— Meets second and fourth Satur- 
days of each month, at 325 Montgomery. J. G. P. 
Miller, C. P.; N. J. Bird, H. P.; E. Dinkelspeil, S. W.; 
G. A. Chase, S. 

UNITY, NO. 26— Meets second and fourth Mondays 
of each month. James R. Finlayson, C. P.; A P 
Wade, H. P.; E. L. Cutten, S. W.; H. P. Parker, T. 

Rebekali Lodges. 

CALIFORNIA, NO. 1— Meets every Saturday even- 
ing, at 325 Montgomery. F. P. Dann, N. G.; Mrs. A. 

D. MuUer, V. G.; Mrs. M. Heirleman, R. S.; Mrs. L. 
A. Morgan, T. 

TEMPLAR, NO. 19— Meets evei-y Saturday evening 
at 325 Montgomery. D. C. Smith, D. D. G. M.; Past 
Grand J. F. Brown, N. G.; Mrs. M. Wallace Smith, 
V. G.; Mrs. Frank Smith, R. S.; Mrs.'J. F. Brown, F. 
S.; Mrs. J. F. Byers, T.; A. M. Jewell, H. G. W.; Mrs. 

E. L. Cutten, C; Mrs. Anna E. Douglas, Chaplain; 
Mis.H.A. Unruh, R. S.N. G.; Mrs. A. M. Jewell, L. 
S. N. G.; Mrs. D. C. Smith, R. S. N. G. 

I. O. O. P. Benevolent Societies. 

ODD FELLOWS' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Office 
325 Montgomery. Board of Relief— A. W. Genung, 
President ; W . W. Monell, Vice President ; E. B. 
Cooper, Secretary ; Paul Jesseu, Treasmer. 

ODD FELLOWS' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION— 
Directors— John A. McClelland, George T. Bohen, 
William P. Dow, Louis B. Sonnenberg, Joseph Win- 
terburn, Henry Neunaber, John P. Cowdery, William 
Henderson, George Cox, John S. Reed, Dr. A. G. 
Soule, J. L. Wilson, Charles Weber, Silas S. Burt- 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

THE GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA —Next 
annual meeting, Februai-y, 1876, at Pythian Castle, 
915 Market. F. P. Dann, Supreme Rep., (long term) ; 
L. M. Manzer, G. C; J. H. Barney, jr., G. Y. C. ; J. 
H. Patterron, G. Prelate ; George Cantus, G. M. of E. ; 
A. G. Booth, G. K. of B. and S. 

Subordinate liodges. 

CALIFORNIA, No. 1— Meets every Thursday even- 
ing, at Pythian Castle, 915 Market. C. H. Carter, P. C. ; 
J. Martinez, C. C; J, W. S. Nelson, V. C; J. J. Vas- 
concellos. Prelate ; J. Nelson, M. of E.; B. T. Conger, 
M. of F. 

DAMON, No. 2.— Meets every Tuesday evening at 
same place. CM. Price, P. C; N. S.Emerson, C. 
C; Jacob Shew, V. C; James N. Pratt. Prelate; G. P. 
Fisher, M. of E.: J. H. Grindley, M. of F.; E. B. 
Harding, K. of R. and S. 

GOLDEN GATE No. 3.— Meets every Friday even- 
ing at same place. Wm. Medina, P. C; S. A. Earle, 
C. C; F. Blohm, V. C: H. W. Bowman, Prelate; G. 
Huston, M. of E.; James W. Dimbar, M. of F.; Thos. 
R. Judson, K. of R. and S. 

LAUREL No. 4.— Meets every Monday evening at 



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same place. J. H. Harney, P. C; W. I. McKay, C. C; 
H. H. Brodeck, V. C: N. L. Bergevin, Prelate; J. L. 
Prior, M. of E.; R. A. Harden, M. of F.; T. Penni- 
man, K. of E. and S. 

IVANHOE No. 5.— Meets every Wednesday at same 
place. A. G. Baker, P. C; J. C. Burke, C. C; T. S. 
Milton, V. C; J. Granyille, Prelate; D. L. Swett, M. 
of E.; J. H. Farnham, M. of E.; C. A. Colby, K. of E. 
andS. 

GEEMANIA No. 6.— Meets every Friday evening 
at same place. G. Hepp, P. C; J. C. Eeimbold, C. 
C; C. Kleosow, V. C; J. F. Kleoso-w, Prelate; F. E. 
Meyer, M. of E.; G. Grossman, M. of F.; C. H. A. 
Weigel, K. of E. and S. 

ALEMANIA No. 8.— Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at same place. O. W. Linkendey, P. C; C. H. 
Stafford, C. C; A. Meyer, V. C; G. E. Gerlach, Pre- 
late; F. Geils, M. of E.; C. H. Nolte, M. of F.; J. H. 
Winter, K. of E. and S. 

EUEEKA No. 9. — Meets every Friday evening at 
game place. J. B. Griffiths P. C; W. C. AsMon, C. 
0.; James Ii. Crittenden, V. C: V. Morgan, Prelate: 
H. Eampe, 'M. of E.: G. F. Damon, M. of F.: J. F. 
Clongh, K. of E. and S. 

EXCELSIOE No. 12.— Bleets every Tuesday even- 
ing at same place. G. Webb, P. C; A. Lauriston, C. 
C; C. Kaskell, V. C: J. Baston, Prelate; Israel Eicb- 
ards, M. of E.; M. Newell, Ml of F.; C. E. Baker, K. 
of E. and S. 

HAEMONY No. 15.— Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at same place. W. Gebbard, P. C; A. Gebbard, 
C. C.;G. Gyselaar, V. C; C. H. Hoftaann, Prelate; 
Jacob Delges, M. of E.; F. H. Eamm, M. of F.; G. 
Wider, K. of E. and S. 

MYETLE No. 16.— Meets every Tuesday evening at 
same place. E. Bettebenar, P. C; L. H.Clements, 
C. C; W. E. Cooper, V. C; J. Mclver, Prelate; C. S. 
Haley, M. of E.; William Eudolpb, M. of F.; C. C. 
Gilmore, K. of E. and S. 

METEOPOLITAN No. 2i— Meets every Thursday 
evening at same place. Thomas Penberthy, P. C; 
B.C.Duffy, C.C; G. F. Whitcomb, V. C: H. Har- 
bourue. Prelate ; F. Mitciell, M. of E.; George A. 
Conro, M. of F.; F. Smith. K. of E. and S. 

General Bureau of Relief of the Eiiiglits 
of Pythias. 

Meets first of every month at Pythian Castle, 915 
Market. Chester S. Kasson, President; J. F. Shep- 
stone, Vice-President; Charles E. Baker, Secretary; 
James L. Fields, Treasurer. 



IMPROVED ORDER OF RED BIEN. 

GEEAT COUNCIL OF CALIFOENIA— OfBce of 
Great Chief of Eecords, 604 Merchant. Next session 
Buck Moon, G. S. D., 384, fourth Tuesday of July, 
1875, at Marysville. Elective Chiefs— Great Sachem 
M. S. Thresher, Stockton; G. S. S.,Benj. S. Josselyn, 
San Francisco; G. J. S. Charles L. Wiggin, San Fran- 
cisco; G. P. Jno. P. H. Wentworth, San Francisco; 
G. C. E., F. P. Dann, San Francisco: G. K. W., Wm. 
Friel, San Francisco. Number of Tribes in the State, 
forty. 

Tribes. 

MAEIN TEIBE, No. 1 (German)— Meets Tuesday 
evenings, at 773 Market. Sachem, C. H. Hoffman; 
Chief of Eecords, E. Meiners. 

HIAWATHA, No. 3— Meets Friday evenings, at 751 
Market. Sachem, I. Eichards; Chief of Eecords, S. 
Van Dusen. 

MANZANITA, No. 4— Meets Friday evenings, at 751 
Market. Sachem, L. E. Townsend; Chief of Eecords, 
L. De Young. 

ST. TAMMANY, tsTo. 5— Meets Friday evenings, at 



413 Sutter. Sachem, George A. Atwood; Chief of 
Eecords, Ed. Barthrop. 

lEITABA, No. 6— Meets Thursday evenings, at 773 
Market. Sachem, J. C. Burke; Chief of Eecords, H. 

A. Chase. 

YOSEMITE, No. 7— Meets Saturday evenings, at 
773 Market. Sachem, James Thomas; Chief of 
Eecords, I. N. Horn. 

WILLAMETTE, No. 8— Meets Tuesday evenings, at 
773 Market. Sachem, V. Acker; Chief of Eecords, C. 
Oltmanns. 

MIANTONOMAH, No. 9— Meets Tuesday evenings, 
at 413 Slitter. Sachem, E. Andrews; Chief of Eecords, 

B. Wilcocks. 

POHONACHEE, No. 10— Meets Monday evenings, 
at Sanders' Hall. Sachem, J. H. SeUers; Chief of 
Eecords, C. Mellish. 

POCAHONTAS, No. 11— Meets Friday evenings, at 
417 Bush. Sachem, George Waite; Chief of Eecords, 

C. Mellish. 

SOTOYOME, No. 12— Meets Saturday evenings, at 
417 Bush. Sachem, N. J. Scough; Chief of Eecords, 
A. G. Quinlin. 

KLAMATH, No. 13— Meets Saturday evenings, at 
413 Sutter. Sachem, Wm. Cronan; Chief of Records, 
T. E. Holn. 

MINEEVA, No. 25— Meets Tuesday evenings, at 
417 Bush. Sachem, Louis Wilke; Chief of Records, 
C. F. Schmidt. 

WILLEWAH, No. 33— Meets Monday evenings, at 
773 Market. Sachem, C. F. Smith: Chief of Records, 
T. E. Judson. 



TUSCAEOEA, No. 36— Meets Wednesday ev 
at 773 Market. Sachem, Benjamin Free; Chief of 
Eecords, E. A. Marden. 

NEW NAREAGANSETT, No. 42— Meets Saturday 
evenings, at 773 Market. Sachem Ben. J. Pink; Chief 
of Eecords, J. Edgar. 

Snhoi'diiiate Councils. 



TYHEE DEGREE, No. 2— Meets every other Tues- 
day, at 773 Market. 

Improved Order Red Men's Hall Asso- || 
elation. 

Secretary, F. P. Dann, 604 Merchant. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED BIEN. 

GRAND TRIBE OF CALIFOENIA-MeetslastMon- 
davin July, at Hall 510 Bush. G. Baum, Grand O. 
Ch.; K. F. Wemeyer, Grand U. Ch.; H. Habermehl, 
Grand B.Ch.; L. Krumb, Grand Pr.; C. W. Lomler, 
Grand Secretary; H. Traube, Grand Treasurer. 

Subordinate Tribes. 

GEOSS STAMM OP CALIFOENIA— Meets in Jan- 
uary and July, at the Hall, 510 Bush. 

PACIFIC STAMM, No. 66— Meets every Monday 
evening. 

CALIFOENIA, No. 70— Meets every Friday even- 
ing. 



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-Meets every Tuesday, 



SAN FEANCISCO, No. 83— Meets every Thursday, 
at 510 Bush. 



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GEEMANIA, No. 118- 
Bush. 



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COLUilBUS, No.; 119— Meets every Friday, at 510 
lush. 

EUREKA, No. 120— Meets every Sunday, at 510 



HARMONIE, No. 160— Meets every Thursday, at 510 
Bnsh. 

Independent Order Red Men's Hall Asso- 
ciation. 

Meets on the second Monday in the month at Hall, 
510 Bush. H. A. Siegfried, President; F. Schirmeier, 
Secretary; and S. Polack, Treasurer. 

Independent Order Red Men's Mutual Aid 
Association. 

Meets at I. O. R. M. Hall, 510 Bush. H. Ehrlich, 
President: F. Wehr, Vice President; C. Voss, Treas- 
ui-er; D. H. Bochniann, Secretary. 



rXDEPENDEXT ORDER OF "WBITE BIEX. 

GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA- A.R. Ficbett, 
G. W. S.;L. A. Norton, P. G.W. C: W. H. North- 
cutt, G. W. C: E. E. Hare, G. W.M.: J.W. Hodgkin, 
G. W. T.; W. H. Dalrvmple, G. W. C; A. J. Hare, G. 
W. Sec; S. H Henry, G. W. H.; Samuel McManus, 
G. W. M.; W. D. Johnson, G. W. K. 

EUREKA. LODGE, No. 4— Meets at Hare's Hall, 
South S. F., Fridav evenings. E. C. Hare, W. C; 
Charles "Wittee, P. W. C; C. E. Dun.shee, W. Senti- 
nel: A. J. Hare, W. Treasurer; J. W. Hodgkin, W. 
Secretary; Andrew Sunmons, W. W.; H. A. Nickey, 
W. Chaplain; Samuel Reynolds, W. H.; George Mar- 
tin, W. M.; Richard Dobsbn, H. N. 



AaiERICAN PROTESTAXT ASSOCIA- 
TIOX. 

GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA — Organized 
December 23, 1873, with a charter granted by the R. 
W. Grand Lodge of the American Protestant Associa- 
tion of the United States. 

CALIFORNLV LODGE, No. 1— Organized January 
11, 1866. Meets every Monday evening, at A. P. A. 
HaU. 

YERBA BUENA, No. 2— Organized January 6, 1868. 
Meets eveiy Friday evening, at A. P. A. Hall. 

GERMANIA, No. 3— Organized October 26, 1868. 
Meets every Tuesday eveniug, at Washington Hall. 

MOUNT HOREB, No. 4— Organized December 29, 
1808. Meets every Saturday evening, at 105 Post. 

Pacific, No. 5— Organized January 1, 18G9. 
Meets every Wednesday evening, at A. P. A. Hall. 

H.\RMONT, No. 6— Organized June 17, 1872. Meets 
evtry Thiirsday evening, at A. P. A. Hall. 

United Protestant Hall Association. 

Meets fourth Tuesday in the month, at A. P. A. 
Hall, 713 Mission. H. Chester, President; S. S. 
Sprague, Secretary; Thomas Graham, Treasurer. S. 
S. Sprague, .Jas. Marshall, Wm. Bell, H. Chester and 
Thomas Graham, Directors. 



AXCIEXT ORDER OF FORRESTERS. 

COURT ROBINHOOD, No. 5,931— Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays in the mouth, at the A. P. A. 
Hall. Thomas Lindsay, Chief Ranger: Wil.iam C. 
Davis, Sub Chief Ranger; Alexander Nicholson, Sec- 
retary; J. T. Jeffress, Treasurer; William C.Dorrance, 
Senior W.; Robert Kelly, Junior W.; J. McGinnis, 
Senior Beadle; David Levy, .Junior Beadle. 



GRAXD ARMY OF THE REPrBLIC. 

Organized January, 1867. This is an organization 
of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors and marines 
of the Army and Navy of the United States, who 
served to suppress the late rebellion, and whose ob- 
jects are to perpetuate a fraternal feeling among its 



members, to aid and assist those in distress, and pro- 
vide for the widows and orphans of their deceased 
comrades. Officers of the Department of California- 
Edward Carlson, Sacramento, Commander ; William 
Crosby, San Francisco, Senior Vice-Commander ; Ed- 
ward Carlson, Sacramento, Junior Vice Commander ; 
J. W. Clawson, M. D., San Francisco, Medical Direc- 
tor ; Rev. T. K. Noblo, San Francisco, Chaplain. 
Council of Administration — Frank Miller, John F. 
Sheehan, C. Mason Kinne, George Baxton, N. D. Bur- 
lingham. Delegate— W. H. Armstrong. 

LINCOLN POST No. 10— Organized December 10, 
1874. Meetsevery Thursdayat 8p. m., at Grand Army 
Hall. S. W. Backus, Commander. 

CE5IETERY ASSOCIATION— Incorporated January 
28, 1870. Officers— S. W. Backus, President ; S. L. 
Hartmeyer, Vice President ; S. P. Ford, Secretary ; C. 
Mason Kinne, Treasurer. 



HEBREW SOCIETIES, ORDERS, ETC. 

Ancient Je^vlsb Order Kesher Shell Barxel, 

M. W. GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA— Meets 
at 751 Market, semi-annually, on last Sundays in Feb- 
ruary and August. Grand Saar, A. Blackman; Deputy 
G. S., A.Constine, Sacramento; Grand Nassi, Charles 
Grosslicht; Grand Sopher, William Meyer; Grand 
Gisbor, S. May; Grand Cohen, H. L. Marcuse; Grand 
Shomer, D. Levy: Grand Shomer Hap, A. W. Levy; 
Grand Chaplain, P. Abrahamson. 

Subordinate liOdges. 

HAR HAR5I0RIAH LODGE, No. 3— Meets every 
Sunday eveniug. W. Av., M. Pindus; Nassi, H. Har- 
ris; Sopher, A. N. Levy; Gisber, D. Levy; Arch, M. 
Marks; Al., M. Fishel; Cohen, H. Rothman; Shomer, 
J. Harris; Shomer Hap, A. Levy. 

ZION, No. 4 — Meets every Wednesday evening. W. 
Av, B. S. Levy; Nassi, N. Friedberg : Sopher, B. 
Levy: Gisber, M. Mayer : Ach, J. Samuels ; Al, M. 
Detalbach; Cohen, A. Cohen: Sg, M. J. Blackman; 
Shomer, A. Gerson; Shomer Hap, L. Platshek. 

BEHOBOTH, No. 6— Meets every Monday evening. 
W. Av, S. Patek ; Nassi, M. Roikman ; Sopher, 
Charles Grosslicht : Gisber, L. Mendel ; Ach, H. 
Chai'les: Al, B. Vogel; Cohen, A. Levingstou; Sg, 
M. Michelson; Shomer, M. Jacobs; Shomer Hap, M. 
Lewis. 

WASHINGTON, No. 7— Meets every Thursday 
evening. W. Av. H. Rubin; Nassi, C. Lehman; So- 
pher, S. Daniel-n-itz; Asst Sopher, J. Jacobson: Gis- 
ber, H. L. Marcuse ; Ach, M. Lewis; Al, J. Munter; 
Cohen, A. Michaels; Sg, S. Frohman ; Shomer, L. 
Gerron; Shomer Hap, J. Moses. 

JESHURUN, No. 9— Meets every Tuesday evening. 
W. Av. A. S. Isaacs; Nassi, S. Henry; Sopher, H. M. 
Brodeck: Gisber, L. Summerfield; Ach, M. Kempner; 
Al, J. Stamper ; Cohen, S. H. Simon ; Sg, L. Selig; 
Shomer, H. Landsberger; Shomer Hap, J. Biebergal. 

HAR SLNAI, No. 5— Sacramento City. 

MYRTLE, No. 11— Woodland, Yolo County. 

NORTH STAR, No. 12— Nevada City. 

MONTEFIORE, No. 13— Cbico, Butte County. 

FIDELITY, No. 14— MarysviUe. 

Rebekali Deg^ree Liodges. 

EVA LODGE, No. 1— Meets first and third Sunday 
evenings in each month, at Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter. 
W. Av, L. G.Levingston; Nassi, Mrs. C Silverstein; 
Sopher, Miss Jennie Van Stradten; Gisber, M. Isaacs; 
Cohen, L. Levy ; Conductress, Miss Eva Harris ; Sho- 
mer, Elias Levy; Shomer Hap, L. Moses. 

DEBORAH, No. 3— Meets second and fourth Sun- 
day evenings in each month. W. Av, J. Schmidt; 
Nassi, Mrs. Lena Harris: Sopher, Charles Groselicht; 
Gisber, Mrs. L. Newstadt; Cohen, S. Daniel witz; Con- 
ductress, Mrs. R. Grosslicht; Shomer, I. Cohn; Sho- 
mer Hap, Ph. Kempner. 



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Independent Order of B'Nai B'Bitli. 

GRAND LODGE— I. N. Clioynsti, President; D. A. 
D'Ancona, First Vice-Pre&ident; L. S. Lowenburg, 
Second Vice-President; T. Lautain, Secretary; M. 
Kalniuk, Treasurer. Trustees— Jacob Greenebaum, 
H. Landsberg and Julius Jacobs. 

MOOm LODGE, No. 42— Meets every Tuesday 
evening, at B. B. Hall, 105 Post. R. S. Kalisb, Presi- 
dent; M. Waterman, Secretary. 

PACIFIC, No. 48— Meets every Thursday evening, 
at B.B. Hall, 105 Post. G. Schwartz, President; G. 
Goldsmith, Secretary. 

MONTEFIORE, No. 51— Meets every Monday even- 
ing, at B. B. Hall, 105 Post. J. Cantrowitz, President; 
J. Lindeman, Secretary. 

COLUMBIA, No. 127— Meets every Monday even- 
ing, at 413 Sutter. H. Newman, President; D. Marx, 
Secretary. 

GOLDEN GATE, No. 129— Meets every "Wednesday 
evening, at 413 Sutter. I. Harris, President; Ed. 

Fischer, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA, No. 163— Meets every Thursday 
evening, at 413 Sutter. S. W. Lipman, President; 
Max Goldberg, Secretary. 

Covenant Hall Association. 

Meets at B. B. Hall, 105 Post, at call. Trustees— 
S. S. Arnlieim, D. A. Ancona, J. Lindeman and J. 
Shaen. J. Rosenthal, Janitor. 

Cliebra Biknr Cholim Udekisha Society. 

Meets second Sunday in the month, at 510 Bush. 

A. Coney, President; L. Reeser, Vice-President; A. 
N. Levy, Secretary; W. Geist, Treasurer. 

Chebra B'Nai Israel Society. 

Meets third Sunday in the month, at Druids' Hall. 
J. C. Bernstein, President; S. Saalberg and M. Gens- 
ler, Secretaries; S. S. Levy, Treasurer; Dr. M. Rock- 
man, Physician. 

Cliebra B'Rith Slialome Society. 

Meets first Sunday in the month, at B'nai B'rith 
Hall, 105 Post. Joseph Smith, President; L. Licht, 
Recording and Financial Secretary. 

Chebra Oliobatli Zion Society. 

Meets third Sunday in the month, at 105 Post. 

B. Rosenblatt, President; S. Davidson, Secretary; H. 
L. Marcuse, Treasurer. 

Dangliters of Israel. 

Meet monthly at the residence of some member. 
Mrs. L. Cohn, President: Mrs. A. Hoffman. Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

Ilureka Benevolent Society. 

Martin Heller, President; Benjamin Hagan, Vice- 
President; Aaron Cohn, Treasurer; Leo Elves, Secre- 
tary. Trustees— L. Kullman, S. L. Simon, N. Shee- 
line, N. Sutro and M. Greenebaum. 

First Hebrew Ladies' Mntnal Benefit As- 
sociation. 

Meets second Sunday in the month, at Druids' 
Hall. Henry Peyser, President: J.Bernstein, Vice- 
President; Louis Licht, Secretary; E. Frank, Treas- 
urer. 

First Hebre-»v Benevolent Society. 

Meets second Sunday in the month at the Synago- 
gue Sherith Israel, cor Taylor and Post. C. Meyer, 
President; J. P. Newmark, Vice-President; H. Zacha- 
rias, Treasurer; Isaiah Cohn, Secretary. 

Hebre-w Ladies' Sewing Society. 

Meets eveiy "Wednesday afternoon, at Old Turn Ve- 
rein Hall, 620 Bush. Superintendent, Mrs. L. Bran- 
ermaun; President, Mrs. E. Fleischhacker; Secre- 
tary, Miss L. Stern. 



Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent Society, 

Meets first Thursday in each month, at 2 o'clocS 
p. M., in the vestry of Synagogue Sherith Israel 
Mrs. J. Bremer, Presideiit; Mrs. B. Morris, Secretary 

Ladies' Society of Israelites (Israelischc 
Franen Verein. ) 



Meets at Temple Emanuel once a month. Mrs 
Einstein, President; Mrs. J. Blum, Vice-President 
Mrs. M. Helier, Treasurer: Mr. Leo Eloesser, Secrff 
tary; Mr. M. Heller and Mr. Joseph Bastheim, Coum 
selors. 
Chebra Achiin Raclimomin Association) 

Meets fourth Sunday in the month, at 413 Sutter 
M. Levy, President; H. Peyser, Secretary; M. Silver 
Treasurer; Dr. Cohn, Physician. . 



KIMGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH. 

K. R. B., No. 1— Meets every Thursday, at 77: 
Market. 

K. R. B., No. 2— Meets every "Wednesday, at 77 
Market. 

K. R. B., No. 3— Meets every Friday, at 771 Market 



UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS 

GRAND GROVE OF CALIFORNIA — Meets a 
Druids' Hall. Annual meeting for 1875,first Tuesda; 
in June. Henry B. "Warner, N. G. A.; Peter Saudei 
D. G. A.; H. J. Hartnagel, Grand Secretary; Charle 
Herbst, Grand Treasurer; Benjamin F. Kooser, G. M 
M. Vibert, G. G.; C. C. Hay den and J. Hafky, Gran 
Representatives; C. Otto, C. "ft'eber and "W. H. Dal 
rymple. Trustees. District Deputy Grand Arches fO 
the City Districts are— Guenther Moenuing, for Di 
trict No. 2, comprising Groves 3, 4, 7, 11, 14, and II 
gree Grove 1, working in the German language; 
Maginnis, for District No. 3, comprising Groves 5, 1 
13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 22, and Degree Grove 2, working! 
the English language; andD. Coutolenc for Distric 
No. 7. comprising Grove No. 10, working in 
French language. 

• Chapters. 

PIONEER SUPREME ARCH CHAPTER No. 1 (Gel 
man) — Meets first and third Sundays in the month 
Druids' Hall. Theodore Hartung, E. H. E.; F. £ 
Draffel, Secretary; and Anton Ewald, Treasurer. 

MISTLETOE S. A., No. 2 (English) —Meets sec 
and fourth Sundays in the moutb at Druid's Hall 
J. Dupargue, E. S. A.; H. N. Von Geistefield, Secij 
tarj'; A. Anderson, V. S. A.; P. Meiners, Treasure 
P. Michaelis, S. E.; H. Freie, J. E. 

Groves. 

UNITED DEGREE Grove, No. 1 (German)— Mee- 
second and fourth Sunday evenings in the month, 
Druid's Hall. John Lang, D. A.; F. "W. Schmidt, I 
D. A.; Anton Ewald, Treasurer; H. J. "Weiss, Seer 
tary; Joseph Kaiser, R. H. B. 

COSMOPOLITAN DEGREE, No. 2 (English)— Mee 
first and third Sunday evenings in the month 
Druids' Hall. G. Styles, D. A.; H. A. Chase, D.D A 
G. "W. Hayes, Treasurer; B. "Wilcocks, Secretary; J. 
Burke, D. B. 

SAN FRANCISCO, No. 3 (German)— Meets eve) 
Monday evening. Charles Frese, N. A.; H. Pilste 
V. A.; C. Lester, Treasurer; F. Alves, Secretary 
Dierks, Financial Secretary; R. Meiners, I. G. 

EUREKA, No. 4 (German)— Meets every Thursda 
at 413 Sutter. C. F. Schmidt, N. A.; A. Hempel, " 
A.; Theodore Haitimg, Treasiiter; "William Gerin 
Secretary; G. Hoffman, Financial Secretary; C.Fell 
I. G. 

NORMA, No. 5 (English)— Meets every Tuesday, 
CronaHall. James "Wallace, N. A.; F. Hill, V. i 
,E. Gilbert, Secretary; S. Morris, Treasxirer: G. 
Hutt, I. G. 



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SIGEL, No. 7 ( German) — Meets every Monday even- 
ing. Joseph Kaiser, N. A.; B. Schneider, V. A.; J.C. 
Beckler, Treasurer; Herman Burgward, Secretary; G. 
Brodwolf, Financial Secretary. 

PERSEVEKANCE, No. 10 (French)— Meets every 
Tuesday evening. J. Boiu'et, N. A.; J. Marchant, V. 
A.; P. Theas, Treasurer; V. Bigne, Secretary; P. Gig- 
nat, Financial Secretary; E. Brunet, I. G. 

SCHILLEK, No. 11 (German)— Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening . Theodore Oellrich, N. A.; J. Hass, 
V. A.; William Merz, Treasurer; William Oellrich, 
Secretary: William Stelliug, Financial Secretary; W. 
Wilkens, I. G. 

■ WASHINGTON, No. 12 (English)— Meets every 
Friday evening. H. Peyser, N. A.; S. Henry, V. A.; 
H. Dawziger, Treasurer; 'n. Levy, Secretary; C. Eoth- 
erly, I. G. 

CORINTHIAN, No. 13 (English) —Meets' every 
Thursday evening. Theodore G. Cockrill, N. A.; D. 
Keefe, V. A.; Charles Elliott, Treasurer; J. C. Her- 
rlnger, jr.. Secretary; H. Vollers, I. G. 

GOETHE,,No. 14 (German)— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening." J. Munzing, N. A.; E. Schwind, V. A.; 
P. Lang, Treasurer; F. W. Schmidt, Secretary; C. F. 
Wagner, I. G. 

HESPERIAN, No. 15 (English)— Meets every Tues- 
day eveniog. Emile Fougene. N. A.; A. Liebeman, 
V. A.; G. Otten, Treasurer; W. A. Bidleman, Secre- 
tary; H. J. Hartnagel, Financial Secretary. 

EL\TN, No. 16 (English)— Meets every Friday 
evening. S. F. O'Neil, N. A.; G. W. Peckham, V. A.; 
S. P. Brown, Treasurer; B. Wilcocks, Secretary; E. 
Nicolet, Financial Secretary. 

LAUREL, No. 17 (English)— Meets every Saturday 
evening. G. Styles, N. A.; J. C. Burke, V. A.; G. A. 
Basler, Treasiurer; H. A. Chase, Secretary; J. E. Wolf, 
jr., Financial Secretary; L. V. Turpin, I. G. 

TEMPLAR, No. 19 (English)— Meets every Monday 
evening. J. H. Brant, N. A.; R. Gunderson, V. A.; 
J. Hanson, Treasurer; C. Svenson, Secretary. 

LIVE OAK, No. 22 (English)— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening. E. W.Hayes, N. A.; Alonzo Webb, V. A.; 
Thomas M. Blair, Treasurer; Thomas A. Eagan, Sec- 
retary; Charles Heilbron, I. G. 

General Relief Coiuxnittee. 

Meets on the first Sunday in the month. D. F. 
O'Neil, President; J. C. Burke, Vice-President; Henry 
Peyser, Treasurer; W. H. Dalrymple, Secretary. 

Drnids' Hall Society. 

Office Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter. Annual Meeting of 
shareholders second Monday of February. Board of 
Trustees meets on the third Wednesday in the mouth. 
F. Staud, President; Charles Elliott, Vice President; 
H. Hartnagel, Secretary; Charles Otto, Treasurer. 
liidependeut Order Dmids. 

NORMA LODGE, No. 1— Meets Wednesday evenings 
at Washingt.n Hall, 3.5 Eddy. Thomas Johnson, W. 
A. ;Wm.B. McKay, V. A.; Wm. Hesse, Secretary; 
Wm. Levy, Treasurer. 

DEriDS' LIBRAEY— Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter. G. 
Hoffman, President ; J. W. Andrzejowski, Secretary; 
J. Wesner, Librarian. 



ANCLEXT ORDER OF HIBERXIANS. 

State Oflacers— M. Warde. Delegate; J. H. Gilmore, 
Seeretary; Charles Dillon, Treasurer. Election of 
officers, March 21st of each year. General Officers — 
M. C. Hassett, President; J. T. Barry, Vice-President; 
J. B. Harrington, Secretary; Daniel L. Delay, Assist- 
ant Secretary; J.imes F. Meagher, County Delegate; 
Daniel Harney, Treasurer. 

DIVISION No. 1— Meets second and fourth Friday 
of each month at Hibernia Hall, 246 Third. P.J. 



Kain, President; James HannaV^ Vice-President; T. 
W. O'Brien, Recording Secretary; James Hogan, Fi- 
nancial Secretary; William McLaughlin, Treasurer. 

DIVISION No. 2— Meets first Thursday in the 
month at Hibernia Hall. William Simpson, Presi- 
dent; Ben. McDermott, Vice-President; James Claney, 
Recording Secretary; James F. Kilgariff, Financial 
Secretary; Michael McMenomy, TreasLirer. 

, DIVISION No. 3— Meets first and third Tuesday of 
each month, at Charter Oak Hall. Humphrey Gal- 
lagher, President; T. M. Connelly. Vice-President; 
James O. Haulon, Recording Secretary; John Gal- 
lagher, Financial Secretary; Charles Farrelly, Treas- 
urer. 

DH^SION No. 4— Meets first and third Friday of 
each month, at Irish-American Hall. James Butler, 
President, Patrick Carberry, Vice-President; T. D. 
Sullivan, Recording Secretary; Thadeus Flannagan, 
Financial Secretary; Thomas Kendrick, Treasurer. 

DI%T;SI0N No. 5— Meets first and third Wednesday 
of each month, at school-house cor Sixteenth and Do- 
lores. J. McGrath, President; William Guriie, Vice- 
President; P. C. McNulty, Recording Secretary; 
Patrick Harrington, Financial Secretary; Wm. Gari- 
gan. Treasurer. 

DIVISION No. 6— Meets second and'fourth Friday 
of each month, at Irish-American Hall. H. Mono- 
han. President; Michael Hogan, Vice-President; J. J. 
Donovan, Recording Secretary; Patrick Rush, Finan- 
cial Secretary; Thomas Donnelly, Treasurer. 

DIVISION No. 7— Meets first and third Tuesday of 
each mouth, at Riggevs' and Stevedores' Hall, 429 Pa- 
cific. William Higgins, Pre-ident; Patrick Sullivan, 
Vice-President; P. W. McCai-thy, Recording Secre- 
tary; Patrick Gillen, Financial Secretary; James Cal- 
lahan, Treasurer. 

DIVISION No. 8— Meets first and third Tuesday of 
each month at Tammany Hall, cor Folsom and 
Eighth. William Gilleran, President; J. A. Hogan, 
Vice-President; Thomas Fliun, Recording Secretary; 
Hugh McCloskey, Financial Secretary; Thos. Laugh- 
ran, Treasurer. 

DIVISION No. 9— Meets first Monday of each month 
at Hibernia Hall. J. T. Meagher, President; J. M. 
Dwyer, Vice-President; Joseph Maher, Recording Sec- 
retary; Martin Kelly, Financial Secretary; Sylvester 
Grant, Treasurer. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Independent Order of Good Templars. 

GR.\ND LODGE.— Annual Session at Vallejo, 
fourth Tuesday in September. Jabez Walker, G. W. 
C. T., Sacramento ; Mrs. M. A. Alsip, G. W. V. T., 
Sacramento ; Niles Searles, G. W. Counselor, Nevada 
City; George B. Katzenstein, G. W. Sec, Sacramento; 
T. Dickson Price, G. W. Asst. Sec, San Francisco; 
I. S. Halsey, G. W. Treas.; Vallejo; C.H.Haile, G. W. 
Marshal, Alameda; Mrs. Augustus Perkins, G. W. 
Deputy Marshal, San Francisco; Rev. C. E. Rich, G. 
W. Chaplain, Marysville; INIrs. Olive M. Dawson, G. 
W. Inside Guariiian, San Francisco; J. D. Phillips, 
G. W. Outside Guardian, Porno: E. McCabe, G. W. 
Messenger, Point Timber: C. S. Haswell, S. P. B. of 
H., Sacramento. 

Subordinate liOdg'es. 

CALIFORNIA No. 7— Meets every Friday evening at 
Grand Central Hall, cor Sixth and Market. 

SNOW FLAKE No. 108— Meets every Saturday 
evening at G. A. R. Hall, 71 New Montgomery. 

EVENING STAR No. 114— Meets every Thursday 
evening at Grand Central Hall, cor Si.xth and Market. 

CONSTITITION No. 130— Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 105 Post. 

INTERNATIONAL No. 291— Meets every Monday 
evening at Grand Central Hall, cor Sixth and Market. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



I. O. G. T. Benevolent Society. 

OKPHANS' HOME.— Trustees— C.S.Haswell, Wm. 
H. Mills, Sacramento; I. S. Halsey, Samuel Kitto, 
George W. Simonton, Vallejo; A. G. Clark, Napa City; 
John B. Carrington, Denverton. Ex-oflacio— Jabez 
"Walker, Goorge B. Katzenstem, Sacramento. William 
H. Mills, President ; George W. Simonton, Secretary; 
I. S. Halsey, Treasurer. Lady Managers— Mrs. E. J. 
Wilson, Mrs. J. H. Bobbins, Mrs. M. F. Carlton, Mrs. 
E. M. Benjamin, Vallejo; Mrs. A. G. Clark,* Napa 
City: Mrs. C.B. Thompson, Mrs. M. M. Carpenter, 
San Francisco. Ex-ofiacio— Mrs. M. A. Alsip, G. W. 
V. T., Sacramento; Mrs. M. F. Carlton, President; 
Mrs. S. L. Bobbins, Secretary. 

CALIFOENIA TEMPEEANCE LEAGUE— Political 
Temperance organization ; organized August 12, 1874. 
Hon. George Barstow, President; T. D. Price, Secre- 
tary. Address, P. O. Box No. 2242. 

BRANCH CALIFOENIA LEAGUE— To establish 
out-door meetings for public speaking, and Sunday 
evening meetings in various parts of the eity. A. K. 
Stevens, President ; W. Speechly, Secretary; F. M. 
Wilson, Treasurer: Mrs. E. P. Stevens, Financial Sec- 
retary. 

GOLDEN GATE ENCAMPMENT No. 26— Meets 
every Wednesday evening at 913 Market . J. H. Har- 
ney, Commandtr; M. M. Carpenter, J. C; T. D. Price, 
R. S.; H. Hudson, F. S.; B. Eupe, Treasurer. 

FEIENDSHIP ENCAMPMENT No. 39— Meets Mon- 
day evenings at 913 Market. J. C. Burke, Comman- 
der; E. Ferguson, J. C; E. H. Nelson, K. S.; A. H. 
Lyle, F. S.; Miss A. Coolidge, Treasurer. 

FATHEE MATHEW TOTAL ABSTINANCE BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets Sunday and Friday 
evenings at Irish-American Hall. C. W. O'Neill, 
President; W. P. Sullivan, Financial Secretary; Per- 
cival Smith, Corresponding Secretary. 

Marine Temperance Society. 

Meets on the second Tuesday evening in each 
month at Mariners' Church. Eev. J. Eowell, Presi- 
dent; Eev. W. D. Bishop, Secretary. 



Parent DasKa-\vay Association. 

Public meetings on Sunday and Thursday evenings. 
Business meetings Tuesday evenings. E. T. Batturs, 
President; J. Madison Plait, Secretary. 

St. Bridget's Total Abstinence and Benev- 
olent Society. 

Meets Sunday afternoon, at St. Bridget's Church. 
J. P. Sanders, President; Edward Gibson, Secretary. 

St. Mary's CatlioUc Total Abstinence So- 
ciety. 

Meets monthly in basement of St. Mary's Cathe- 
dral. Peter Rafferty, President; A. J. Griffith, Treas- 
urer; Thomas Finn, Financial Secretary; J.B.Gal- 
lagher, Recording Secretary; F. A. Belinge, Physi- 
cian. 

Sons of Temperance. 

Office of Grand Scribe, 432 Kearnv. W. 0. Clark, 
G. W. P.; H. B. Sheldon, G. W. A.; George Bramall, 
G. S.; J. J. Hucks, G. F.; A. A. Bynon, G. C; Sister 
E. P. Stevens, G. Con.; G. W. Bruff, Grand Sentinel. 

EXCELSIOR DIVISION, No. 6— Meets every Men- 
clay evening, at 769 Market. 

GOLDEN GATE, No. 12— Meets every Wednesday 
evening, at 769 Market. 

SAN FRANCISCO, No. 255-Meets every Friday 
evening, at 769 Market. 

Sons of Temperance Bands. 

George Bramall, Supreme Director; A. A. Bynon, 
Secretary; J. J. Hucks, Treasurer. 

BAND No. 4— Meets Tuesday evenings, on Twenty- 
second, bet Capp and Mission. H. B. Ramer, Di- 
rector; Flora Bandwell, Secretary. 



BAND No. 5— Meets Wednesday evenings, on Har- 
rison, bet Fifth and Sixth. Mrs. R. B. Watrous, Di- 
rector; Miss Emma Olmstead, Secretary. 

TEMPERANCE liEGION. 

Organized February 1, 1866. Public meetings are 
held every Sunday and Thursday evenings, and busi- 
ness meetings every Tuesday evening, at headquar- 
ters, 232 Sutter. F. E. R. Whitney, Commander-in- 
Chief: Henry Keyser, Colonel and First Aid; William 
C. Da vies, Lieutenant-Colonel and Second Aid ; Dr. 
Henry Gibbons, Surgeon; O. B. Smith, Chaplain; 
William G. Cue, Adjutant; Isaac Nichols, Paymaster; 
John R. Sweet, Chief Quartermaster; F. M. Griffith, 
Second Assistant Quartermaster; S. H. Nicholson, 
Samuel Baker and C. Morgan, Aides-de-Camp. Cap- 
tains and Board of Relief— S. J. Solly, P. Volney, 
John Holland, E. Voting, William A. Louden, Thomas 
Barks, J. W. McAdoo and David Kilpatrick. Adju- 
tant's office and reading room, 232 Sutter, room No. 18. 

Dangliters of tlie Legion. 

Meets first Monday in each month at headquarters* 
232 Sutter. Mrs. E. P. Stevens, President; Miss 
Emma J. C. Olmstead, Vice-President; Miss Annie 
Brydges, Secretary; Mrs. S. Jennings, Treasurer. 

THE YOUJVG REFORMERS' TOTAL 
ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

Meets every Sunday, at 7:30 p. m., at Social Hall, 39 
Fourth. Mrs. Dr. Carr, President; G. W. Hollister, 
Secretary. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

Sabbath service is held at 3 p. m. Prayer meeting 
at the rooms every Saturday evening from 8 to 9; also 
a daily prayer meeting from 12 'j' to 1 p. m. Open air 
services are held every Sabbath under the direc- 
tion of the Libraiian and Chaplain, at the fol- 
lowing places: At 9J^ a. m., front of What Cheer 
House; 11 Jj A. M., Pacific Wharf; l'< p. m.. North 
Beach; IH p. m., Dupont, bet Pine ahd California. 
Jacob S. Taber, Presitlent ; Irving E. Smith, Record- 
ing Secretary : Rev. J. P. Moore, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; B. F. Sherwood, Treasurer ; Rev. H. Cox, D.D., 
Librarian and Chaplain. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (Chi- 
nese)— Open every day till 9J^ p. m. NE cor Sacra,- 
mento and Stockton. Under charge of Rev. I. M. 
Condit, with a staff of teachers. 



Social Clubs and Societies. 

AMERICAN CELTS-Meets, 636 Clay, room 18. 
R. Ferrall, President; J. J. Kenney and W. C. Ford, 
Vice-Presidents ; J. J. Cunningham, Secretary. 

AMERICUS CLUB— Meets Monday evening of each 
week, atSWcor Third and Howard. John J. Dunn, 
President; E. N. Fritz, Treasurer; John H. Colbert 
and Thomas Fitzsimmons, Secretaries. 

APOLLO VEREIN— Meets every Tuesday evening at 
620 Bush. Regular monthly entertainments, second 
Sunday of each month. John Hoss, President ; Chas. 
Sulsberg, Secretary. 

ASSOCIATED VETERANS OF THE MEXICAN 
WAR— Meets at 516 Bryant, second Thtirsday of each 
month. Captain A. J. Shrader, President; Captain 
Bornt Seguine and- Lieutenant John C. Robinson, 
Vice-Presidents ; Lieut. H. L. Van Geistefield, Secre- 
tary ; J. F. Bekeart, Treasurer; Colonel A. Andrews, 
Marshal. 

BOHEMIAN CLUB— Meets at rooms, Astor blk, cor 
Sacramento and Webb. Henry Edwards, President; 
Joseph C. Ford, Secretary. 

CALEDONIAN CLUB— Meets first and third Mon- 
days of each month, at 71 New Montgomery. D. A, 
Dacdonald andD. W. White, First Chieftains ; James 
A. McKenzie, Second Chieftain: Alex. Nicholson, 
Third Chieftain and Secretary, 577 Minna; J. A. 
Campbell, Fourth Chieftain. 



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CALIFORNIA CLL'B— Rooms, 211 Sutter. Walter 
G. Holmes, President; James A. Tnompson, Treas- 
urer : W. C. Bullard, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA CRICKET CLUB— Organized Jime, 
1867. Meets first Monday of each month ; annual 
meeting first Monday in June. W. L. Booker, Presi- 
dent ; H. A. Fox. Vice-President ; J. M. Fisher, Secre- 
tary ; J. E. Slinkey, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA PIONEER COrRSING CLrB— Reg- 
ular meetings, first Tuesday of each mouth, at C. 
Dixon's, 8 Sumner. James" Adams, President; Wil- 
liam Davison, Secretary ; C. L. Place, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA GLEE CLUB— INIeets every Monday 
jveuing at 25 Stockton. M. H. Robinson, President; 
A. Hirsch, Vice-President; A. Zeck, Secretary; B. 
Boguer, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE BOAT CLUB— Meets first 
Sunday of each month at Boat House. John Wilson, 
President; George W. R. King, Secretary. 

CONCORDIA SOCIETY- Meets first Tuesday of 
each month, NW cor O'Farrell and Stockton. Abra- 
ham Block, President; Charles L. Ackermann, Re- 
cording Secretary; Cerf Weil, Corresponding and Fi- 
nancial Secretary. 

DAISY SOCIAL CLUB— Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 908 Post. C. Barras, President: Alf Lauenstein 
and A. Stechl, Secretaries; E. Van Bergan, Treasurer. 

EUREKA SOCIAL CLUB— Meets third Sunday of 
each month, at 105 Post. H. Myers, President; L. 
Schwartz, Vice-President; A. Kaplan, Secretary; and 
M. Warschauer. Treasurer. 

EUREKA TURN "S"EREIN— Regular meetings first 
Wednesday of eachmonth. Hall, Powell, bet Califor- 
nia and Pine. William Alf s, President; H. Wernisch, 
Vice-President; C. H. Quedens, Recording Secretary; 
J. H. Janssen, Corresponding Secretary: A. Schu- 
maker. Librarian ; H. Faubel, Zeugwarl; William G. 
Koch, First Turnwart ; Aug. Golly, Second Tiurn- 
■waxt. 

EXCELSIOR SOCIAL CLUB— Meets every Tuesday 
evening on Third, bet Hunt and Howard. Joseph 
McCloskey, Pi-esideut ; Thomas F. Dunn, Secretary ; 

GESANG ^'EREIN SCHWEIZERBUND-Meets every 
Tuesday evening at GOO Bush. Th. Kallenberg, Pres- 
ident ; J. Kim, Secretary. 

GERilANIA CLUB— Meets every Thursday evening, 
at 71 New Montgomery. T. F. Rhode, President ; J. 
Von Dohren, Secretary. 

GRUETLE GLEE CLUB— Organized September, 
1874 ; number of members, fifty. Meets every Satur- 
day evening at t!20 Bush. 

D. S. HAMMONIA SOCIETY— Organized August, 
1872 ; nvunber of members, fifty. Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening, at 620 Bush ; regular monthly enter- 
tainments first Sunday of each month. M. Dann- 
meyer. President ; E. Hoffmann, Secretary. 

HANDEL AND HADYN SOCIETY- Meets Y. M. C. 
A. Rooms. Ira P. Rankin, President : S. C. Gray and 
S. B. Leiivitt. Vice-Presidents ; L. P. McCarty and L. 
8. Clark, Secretaries ; A. L. Bancroft, Treasurer ; R. 
H. Monk, Librarian; G. T. Evans, Conductor. 

HOWARD CHORAL UNION— Organized September, 
1865. Meets third Thursday evening of each month 
in the chapel of Howard Presbyterian Church. Her- 
bert H. Judson, President ; James E. Gordon, Vice- 
President ; George A. Bordwell, Secretary. 

HOWARD SOCL\L UNION— Meets at call of the 
President, in the chapel of Howard Presbyterian 
Church. James E. Gordon, President ; G. T. Brown, 
Vice-President; W. T.Galloway, Secretary ; C.Makin, 
Treasurer; N. B. Williams, Librarian. 

IVY SOCIAL CLUB— Meets monthly, at 24 Post. 
J. P. Cochran, Piesident ; N. Winants, Secretary. 

LAVREL LEAF LITERARY SOCIETY— Meets at 
V. P. Church, Powell, nr Geary. Charles Richards, 
President ; Peter Milliken, Vice-President ; Miss 
Mary Lumsden, Secretary; Miss Emma Lumsden, 
Treasurer. 

LONE STAR SOCIAL CLUB— Meets every Monday 



evening, at 246 Third. J. T. Hayes, President; Ed. 
Hartley and T. J. Hayes, Secretaries ; P. H. Shaugh- 
nessy. Treasurer. 

MASONIC HALL ASSOCIATION— Office No. 6, Ma- 
sonic Temple, second floor. Alexander G. Abell, 
President : Isaac E. Davis, Vice-President ; Wm. E. 
Moody, Secretary ; Henry M. Newhall, Treasurer. 

MASONIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION-Offlce 23 
Merchants' Exchange. W. R. Wheaton. President; 
Joseph Clement, Vice-President : Thomas Anderson, 
Treasurer ; John R. Wilde, Secretary. 

MUTUAL BUILDING AND LO.\N SOCIETY OF 
SAN FRANCISCO— SW cor Bush and Montgomery. 
S. J. Nathan, President; C. M. Boyd, Vice-President; 
G. M. Berry, Secretary; I. Steinhart, Treasurer; Jos. 
Naphtaly, Attorney. 

ODD FELLOWS' CEMETERY ASSOCIATION— 
Office 325 Montgomery. George T. Bohen, President ; 
A. Buhlert, Superintendent ; J. C. Burke, Secretary. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL ASSOCIATION— Charles 
H. Mann, President ; C. T. Pidwell, Secretary. 

ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY ASSOCLATION— Rooms 
325 Montgomery. G. Hewston, President; H. 0. 
Sqxiire, Secretary : George A. Cames, Librarian ; A. 
H. Grayson, Asst Librarian. 

LOTUS CLUB— Meets every Tuesday, rear 318 O'Far- 
rell. Charles G. Lindberg, President; Samuel Val- 
leau. Secretary. 

LURLINE SOCLAL CLUB— Meets every Tuesday 
evening, cor Post and Mason. George D. Harvey, 
President: Samuel Baker, Vice-President; F. M. 
Downey, Secret iry; J. T. Harms, Treasurer, g^-. 

MINERVA DRAMATIC CLUB, U. O. R. M.— Enter- 
tainment third Sunday of each month ; Meets Wed- 
nesday evening. C. H. Weigel, President; Herr- 
mann, Ehrlich, Secretary. 

MUTUAL SOCIAL CLUB— Meets every Monday, at 
17 Second. J. H. Lennon, President ; P. Hussey, Sec- 
retai-y ; C. L. Hanningann, Financial Secretary. 

MYRTLE SOCIAL CLUB— Meets every Thursday 
evening at Germania Armory, cor Sutter and Powell. 
A. L. Meyer, President: Fred Ford, Vice-President; 
Charles Ford, Treasurer ; H. Schmidt and J. C. Peitz, 
Secretaries. 

NATIONAL RIFLE CLUB— Meets first Tuesday of 
each month at Kunsler's Hall, SW cor Clay and 
Kearny. John L. Koster, President ; W. Wiesenbach, 
Secretary : Rudolph Hermann, Treasurer. Shooting 
Gallery, 'Harbor View. 

NEPTUNE BOAT CLUB— Meets first and third 
Monday of each month. Boat House, foot of Third. 
S. H. Murphy, President : C. E. Allen, Secretary. 

OLYMPIC CLUB— Rooms NE cor New Montgomery 
and Howard. H. Cassanova, President; George E. 
Booker, Secretary ; E. S. Wilson, Leader. 

PACIFIC CLUB— Rooms NT: cor California and 
Webb. W. Norris, President: D.J. Tallant, Treas- 
urer ; C. McAllister, Secretarj". 

PACIFIC SAENGERBUND-J. C. Sack, President ; 
E J. Pfeifler, Secretary : Wm. Hardmeyer, Treasurer ; 
R. Trueb i^nd E. S.huabel, Trustees. 

PACIFIC TURN BEZIRK— Meets at call of the 
President. M. Lichtenstein, First President; N. 
Cremer Second President ; N. Cremer, Secretary; O. 
Burmeister, Corresponding Secretary ; J. Luchsinger, 
Cashier. 

PIONEER ROWING CLUB-Meets first Tuesday of 
each month at Boat House, Long Bridge. William 
S. Brooks, President ; J. J. Whelan, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO HARMONIE-Meets every Mon- 
day evening in Thalia Vereiu Hall. G Groezinger. 
President: F. Nutz, Vice-President: R. Buyer, Secre- 
tary ; I. Phillips, Librarian ; A. Wissel, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO MAENNERCHOR-Meets every 
Thursday evening in Tiu-n Verein Hall, Bush. J. 
Hubacb, President ; C. Trantner, Secretary. 

8 AN FRANCISCO TURN VEREIN-Hall, N s O'Far- 
rell, bet Taylor and Mason. Stated meetings, first 



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and third Wednesday evenings of each month . Social 
meetings for members are held first and Third Wed- 
nesday evenings and last Sunday evening of each 
month. Charles K. Zimmer, President; W. Wester- 
feldt, Vice-President ; J. N. Stranb, Recording Secre- 
tary ; J. Lindeman, Corresponding Secretary; J. B. 
Iiuchsinger, First Treasurer; J. H. Dibhon, Second 
Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAR ASSOCIATION— Rooms, 634 
Sacramento and 633 Commercial. J. P. Hoge, Presi- 
dent ; Hall McAllister and S. M. Wilson, Vice-Presi- 
dents ; Thomas B. Bishop, Secretary; J. R. Jarboe, 
Corresponding Secretary ; R. C. Harrison, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO VEREIN ROOMS— 212 Sutter. 
Charles Meinecke, President; A. Helbing and A. 
Stahl, Vice-Presidents ; Hugo Rothschild, Recording 
Secretary; L. Tredemann, Financial Secretary; G. 
Muecte, Treasurer; P. Susmann, Librarian. 

SCANDINAVIAN DRAMATIC SOCIETY— Meets 
first Saturday evening of each month, at 17 New 
Montgomery. William Lundberg, President ; C. Her- 
mansen, Secretary. 

SOCIETE PHILHARMONIQUE LAFAYETTE — 
Meets Monday andThursday evenings at 647 Clay. P. 
A. Garin, President; L. Carran, Secretary; P. Gouzy, 
Financial Secretary. 

SOCIETY CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS — Meets 
annually on the 25th of April. Colonel James M. 
Olney, President ; Captain James C. Innes, Secretary ; 
Captain W. F. R. Sohindler, Treasurer. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO SOCIAL CLUB— Meets 
Hare's Hall.' Chirles Gillen, President; Henry H. 
Bond and Charles Stanton, Secretaries. 

ST. GEORGE'S CRICKET CLUB— Meets second 
Tuesday of each month, at Overland House. George 
E. Butler, President ; E. Blakeley, Vice-President ; D. 
W. Davies, Secretary; J. E. Slinkey, Treasurer. 

TEUTONIA SOCIETY— Meets Simday evenings at 
Washington Hall, 135 Eddy. John Wehr, President ; 
Th. Schiefer Protie, Secretary; E. Schnutenhaus, 
Financial Secretary ; Ch. Schiller, Treasurer. 

THALIA VERIEN— Meets first and third Tuesdays 
of each month. Th. Helmken, President ; E. C. Lan- 
dis, Vice-President ; W. Zimmerman, Secretary ; W. 
Baehr, Treasurer ; S. Hirsch. Librarian. 

TWILIGHT SOCIAL CLUB— Meets at Olympic 
Club Rooms. W. W. Wade, President ; W. J. Stadt- 
feld, Vice President; William O. Banks, Recording 
Secretary; F. W. Auderson, Financial Secretary; 
William White, Treasurer. 

UNION CLUB— Rooms, NW cor Montgomery and 
California. R. C. Rogers, President; F. L. Castle, 
Vice-President; I. Lawrence Pool, Secretary and 
Treasurer ; J. M. Quay, Assistant Secretary. 

VEREIN EINTRACHT— Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 71 New Montgomery. H. Schneider, President • 
H. Lucks, First Secretary; F. S. Wendte, Second 
Secretary. 

VETERANS OF THE CALIFORNIA HUNDRED 
AND BATTALION— Meets annually, April 9th, in San 
Francisco. H. Mattox, President ; Colonel C. Mason 
Kinne, Secretary; General D. W. C. Thompson 
Treasurer. ' 

WILD WOOD SOCIAL CLUB— Meets first Monday 
of each month. F. S. Craig, President ; J. L. Harper 
Secretary ; William B. Mead, Treasurer. 



LITERARY AND HISTORICAL SOCIE- 
TIES. 

American Iiiterary Society. 

Organized July, 1871. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at room No. 7, Olympic Club bldg. John W. 
Newcomb, President; Josi ph Frazier, Secretary. 
Ignatiaii Iiitei-ary Society. 

Meets every Tuesday evening, at St. Ignatius Col- 
lege, E. M. Nattini, S. J., President; A. Campbell 
and J. H. Clark, Secretaries; J. M. Chretien, Treas- 
urer; T. H. Griffin and F. McAuliffe, Librarians. 



Irish Literary and Social Clulj. 

Meets each Monday, and singing class each Tues- 
day evening, at 638 Market. Robert Mitchell, Presi- 
dent; C. E. McCusker, President. 

Iioyola Scientific Academy. 

Meets first and third Monday of each month at St. 
St. Ignatius' College. J. M. Neri, S. J., President; 
T. D. Riordon and Jerome Hughes, Secretaries; T. H. 
Griifin, Treasurer; J. T. Fogarty, Librarian. 

PliiUiistorian Deljating Society. 

Meets every Wednesday at St. Ignatius' College. J. 
Sasia, S. J., President; J. T. Fagarty and A. Tobin, 
Secretaries; E. O'Day, 'I'reasurer; J. O'Connor and L. 
Harrison, Librarians. 

San Francisco Art Association. 

Regular members' meetings fourth Tuesday in 
March, June, September and December. Hon. Wm. 
Alvord, President; Thomas Hill, First Vice-President; 
Edward Bosqui, Second Vice-President; R. C.Rogers, 
Secretary; Ford H. Rogers, Treasurer. Directors — J. 
C. Duncan, C. Kchler, Pietro Mezzara, W. C. Ralston, 
Harry Edwards and Wm. L. Marple. 

San Francisco Literary and Dramatic So- 
ciety. 

Meets monthly at Dashaway Hall. R. M. darken, 
President; E. J. Bates, Secretary; R. L. Barry, Treas- 
urer. 

San Francisco Microscopical Society. 

Meets first and third Thursday of each month, at 
Nos. 8 and 9, 531 California. H. G. Hanks, Presi- 
dent; A. B. Stout, Vice President; C. Mason Kinne, 
Recording Secretary; H. C. Hyde, Corresponding Sec- 
retary; Charles G. Ewing, Treasurer. 

Society of California En^neers. 

Meets first Tuesday of each month in the Third 
District Couit Rooms, 27 Post. Board of Managers — 
President, George F. Allardt; Vice-President, W. A. 
Goodyear (Mining Engineer) ; Secrttavy, James R. 
Smedberg (Gas Engineer) ; Treasurer, G. W. Dickie 
(Mechanical Engineer) . 

Society of California Pioneers. 

Pioneer Building, 808 Montgomery. President, 
James Lick. Vice-Presidents — David J. Stajples, San 
Francisco; Frederick F. Low, San Francisco; Edgar 
Mills, Sacramento; F. A. Hihn, Santa Cruz; A. K. P. 
Harmon, Alameda ; Secretary, Louis R. Lull; Treas- 
urer, Howard Havens; Marshal, William Huefner. 
Directors— John Currey, Charles H. Chamberlain, 
Henry Schmieden, David N. Hawley, Thomas D. 
Mathewson, John F. Poiae, Charles R. Peters, John 
H. Turney and John A. Drinkhouse. 

Territorial Pioneers. 

Organized November, 1874. Meets NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Sutter. Piesident, Captain J. M. Mc- 
Donald; First Vice-President, David Meeker; Sec- 
ond Vice-President, D. A. Kneass; Secretary, Dr. 
E. L. Willard; Treasurer, CM. Boyd. Directors— 
General Winchester, Messrs. Hardy, Byington, Bon- 
nard. Wade, Black, Johnson, Iredale, Morton, Davis 
and Pearson. Marshal, Captain Jack Stratman. 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY — Pacific Agency 
Headquarters, 150 Nassau, New York. Depository, 
757 Market, S. F. Secretary, Rev. Frederick E. 
Shearer; Secretary Depository, D. W. McLeod. 

BAPTIST CHURCH EXTENSION SOCIETY— Pres- 
ident, C. V. Grey; Secretary, D. C. Breed; Treasurer, 
J. A. Eaton. 

CALIFORNIA BIBLE SOCIETY - Depository, 757 
Marktt. President. Annis Merrill; Vice-Presidents, 
San Francisco, Rev. A.L. Stone, D.D. Rev. H. A. Saw- 
telle, D.D., Rev. J. Rowell, D. D., Rev. T. W. Cun- 
ningham, D.D., Rev. H. D. Lathrop, D.D., and Rev. 
John Hempliill; Santa Clara, Rev. James McElroy, D. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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D; Sacramento, Rev. I. E. Dwinell: Oakland, Kev. 
Lucius Hamilton and Rev T. H. Sinex, D. D.; Los 
Angeles. Kev. W. H. Hill: Stockton, Rev. S.B.Morse; 
Treasurer, Charles Wittram; Secretary, 'William R. 
Wadsworth. Rev. Ctarles Thompson, District Super- 
intendent for the American Bible Society and Super- 
intendent California Bible Society 

CHRIST CHURCH MISSION AID SOCIETY— Meets 
at Church, E s Powell bet Bush and Sutter, at caU of 
President. President. Rev. P. W. Casey; Secretary, 
Mrs. Eunice Collins; Treasurer, Miss Anderson. 

CHl-RCH SOCIETY OF ST. FRANCIS PARISH— 
President, MylesD. Sweeny: Secretary, J. Mulholland. 

LADIES' PASTORAL AID SOCIETY OF TRINITY 
CHi'RCH— President. Mrs. Charles C. Keeney; Secre- 
tary, MissMaynard; Ti-easurer, Mrs. Bertha Cornwall. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL SUNDAY SCHOOL 
UNION— President, R. Bentley; Secretary, C.E. Rich. 

MINISTERLVL UNION— Annual meetings held on 
the first Monday in -June. Special meetings held at 
the caU of the President. Place of meeting, Y. M. C. 

A. Hall, 232 Sutter. President, Rev. T. K. Noble; Sec- 
retary and Treasiu-er, Rev. E. R. Dille. Executive 
Committee— Rev. Otis Gibson. Rev. John Hemphill, 
Bev. E. Z. Simmons, Rev. H. D. Lathrop, D.D., and 
Eev. J. Kimball. 

NEV.- JERUSALEM TRACT SOCIETY— Manager 
D. W. Himt— office 51 Beale. 

OLIVET PRESBYTERIAN SOCIETY — Church, 
Tennessee nr Sierra. President, Charles Geddes. 
Tru-tee.s— V. Bellman, N. Davidson, C. M. Hawes 
and C. F. Richards. 

PREACHERS' AID SOCIETY OF BETHEL M. E. 
CHURCH— Meets at Church, PoweU, nr Jackson, at 
call of President. President, Mrs. Ellen Bell ; Secre- 
retary, Mrs. J. Cefours. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC SUNDAY bCHOOL UNION— 
Meets second Sunday of each month, at Churches in 
rotation. President.'P. J. Sullivan; Secretary, J. F. 
Sullivan; Treasurer, A. D. Eenniff. 

SAN FR.ANCISCO POET SOCIETY — Oliver El- 
dridge. President ; H. P. Blanchard, Vice-President; J. 
BoweU, Secretary; David Meeker, Treasurer. Board 
of Trustees— J. T. Dean, Robert Balfom-, August 
Henune, Charles Goodall, I. W.' Raymond, Ira P. 
Bankin, David Meeker, J. Rowell and H. Chester. 

SODALITY OF THE B. V. M.— St. Ignatius Church, 
Market, bet Fourth and Fifth. Directed by a Chap- 
lain, governed by a Perfect, Treasurer, Secretary and 
Consuitors. 

ST. PATRICK'S CONFERENCE— Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at St. Patrick's Church. James Daly, 
President; Cornelius Regan, Vice-President; Stephen 
McGillau, Treasurer. 

ST. PETERS CONFERENCE— Meets every Sunday 
on Alabama, bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. 
Peter Hasgerty, President; John Hughes, Vice Presi- 
dent: P. H. McGovern, Treasurer; Thomas Cavauah, 
Secretary: Rev. Thomas Gibney, Chaplain. 

ST. ANT)REWS SOCIETY (Scotch Benevolent So- 
ciety)— Meets every Monday evening at 8 p. M., at 
loom 20, 232 Sutter. J. Bain, President; William 
Kichols, Treasurer; Charles Borthwick, Secretary. 

ST. FRANCIS MUTUAL BENEVOLENT AND LI- 
BRARY ASSOCIATION— Meets first Sunday of each 
month at St. Francis' Church. M. J. McGrath, Pres- 
ident; J. J. Martin, Secretary. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets 
third Simday of each month at St. Mary's Cathedral. 
James R. Kellv, President: Thomas J. Welsh, Secre- 
tary. 

UNION ;^^SSIOKARY SOCIETY- President, Mrs. 

B. W. Sherwood, 10D2 J>ine; Secretary, P. B. Horton. 



Protective Societies. 

AID UNION— Office 33 Kearny. A. Herbst, Presi- 
dent ; William Girzikowsky, Secretary ; F. W. Briigg- 
emann, Manager. 



AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS 
AND JOINERS— Meets alternate Wednesday evenings 
at Dashaway Hall. A. Sambell, President; Richard 
Stephens, Secretary ; William Cole, Releree ; Samuel 
Humpherj-, Check Steward ; James Gerrard, Sick 
Steward; J. G. Duckttt, Treasurer. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF ENGINTEERS AND 
MACHINISTS— Meets first and third Mondays of each 
month. Alexander Mann, President ; John Sephton, 
Secretary. 

BOILERMAKERS' ASSOCIATION— Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each mouth at Irish-American 
Hall. Lawrence Flanagan, President ; P. J. Kain, 
Recording Secretary. 

BRICKLAYERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION— 
Meets every Thursday of each month at 234 Sutter. 
James A. Hale, President; John D. Cavanah, Sec- 
retary. 

BUTCHERS' PROTECTIVE BROTHERHOOD— 
Meets second Tuesday of each month at NW cor 
Kearny and Bush. James Patterson, President ; Wil- 
liam Fleming, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA IMJUGRANT UNION— Office 534 
California. William T. Coleman, President ; F. J. 
Hoin, Secretary ; J. Seligman & Co., Treasurer; Wil- 
liam H. Martin, General Agent. 

CAJIBRIAN MUTU.AL AID SOCIETY OF SAN 
FRANCISCO— Meets second and fourth Mondays of 
each month at City College Chapel. Samuel Wil- 
liams, President ; Thomas Price and William A. Jones, 
Vice-Presidents ; Samuel L. Jones, Treasurer ; Simon 
L. Jones, H. J. Owens and R. T.Roberts, Secretaries. 

ECUMENIC ORDER OF UNITED MECHA^^CS— 
Gen. A. M. Winn, Supreme Architect of U. S. ; Frank 
D. Morrell, Most Worthy Grand Secretary. 

WoKTHT GiRAiTO CousciL OF Califoexia — Charles 
C. Terrill. Most Worthy Grand Architect ; Samuel N. 
Grubb, Worthy Senior Grand Master; James Van 
Riper, Worthy Junior Grand Master; Frank D. Mor- 
rell, Worthy Grand Secretary ; R. Larrimore, Worthy 
Grand Treasurer ; W. E. Hansell, Worthy Grand Mar- 
shal.) 

HOUSE CARPENTERS' EIGHT-HOUR LEAGUE, 
AND SHOP, No. 3— Meets the first Monday evening 
of each month at 417 Bush. J. M. Remington, Worthy 
Master ; J. W. Gregg, Reco;;ding Secretary ; T. Nunan, 
Treasurer. 

Shops of the Ordeb — Pacific Shop, No. 1, meets the 
second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Samuel 
N. Grubb, W. M. ; S. J. Ashley, Secretary; M. H. 
Nicholson, Treasurer. 

Curriers' Shop, No. 4, meets the first and third Mon- 
day evening of each month. Henry J.Bellew,W.M. ; 
James Raferty, Secretary ; John CoUins, Treasurer. 

Mountain Lake Shop, No. 5, meets on Friday even- 
ing of each week. George A. Grant, W. M. ; J. H. 
Byrne, Secretary ; H. Werden, Treasurer. 

Senate, No. 1— Meets third Monday evening of each 
month at 417 Bush. E. S. Pendleton, Worthy Archi- 
tect'. Frank D. Morrell, Secretai-y; Timothy Nunan, 
Treasurer. ', 

GROCERS' PROTECTIVE UNION— Meets first 
Moud;iy in each month. Office 607 Clay. James O'- 
Connor, President; Julius Buhlert, Secretary 

GRANGERS' AND PEOPLE'S UNION IMMIGRANT 
AID SOCIETY— Office 6 Leidesdorff. J. Earl, Gen- 
eral Agent and Manager. Committee— R. C. Haile, 
Leonard Goss, O. L. Abbott, J. B. Carrington, W. A. 
Fisher, J. D. Spencer, R. G. Dean and Josiah Earl. 

GRANGERS' MUTUAL INDEMNITY ASSOCIA- 
TION— Josiah Earle, Oakland; J. D. Blancher, San 
Francisco; A. W. Thompson, Petaluma; E. Hallet, 
Chico; W. L. Overhiser, Stockton; J. A. Wilcox, Santa 
Clara; C.J. Mosley, Vallejo. 

INTERNATIONAL WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIA- 
TION— German Section No. 1— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at NW cor Bush and Montgomery; J. A. 
Schoenner, Secretai-y. French Section No. 19— Meets 
every Monday evening at same place; — Fisher, Pres- 
ident; J. Casson, Secretary; J. R. Lafaix, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; M. Rontet, Treasurer. 



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NEW CITY DIRCCTORT. 



INDEMNITY UNION— (Incorporated, September, 
1874)— Office SE cor Montgomery and Sacramento. 
WilUam Sherman, President; A.L.Bancroft and A. 
L. Gumey, Vice-Presidents; J. G. Eiley, Secretary; 
E. M. Hall, Treasurer; E. W. McGraw, Attorney; 
Daniel Wooster, M. D., Medical Supervisor. Execu- 
tive Committee— H. J. Tilden, Cliairman, H. H. Pear- 
son and William H. Kulofson. 

IKON MOULDEKS' UNION— Meets every second 
and fourth Wednesday at Irish-American Hall. Jas. 
Wilson, President; James Flynn, Secretary. 

JOUKNEYMEN BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS' AS- 
SOCIATION— Meets second Monday in each month at 
SW cor Kearny and Bush. James Craney, President; 
M. Kirwan, Secretary. 

LA SOLIDARITE— Office 729 Montgomery, room 5. 
Marc de Kirwan, President; A. Kodouan, Secretary; 
Theodore Le Roy, Treasurer. 

LABORERS' PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
ASSOCIATION— Meets first Friday in each month 
at Irish-American Hall. Patrick Sullivan, President; 
Michael Callaghan, Recording Secretary; Jeremiah 
Clifford, Corresponding Secretary. 

LEAGUE OF FREEDOM— (Organized June, 1874.) 
Office 607 Clay. Annual meeting second Tuesday in 
June. Executive Committee meets monthly at call 
of President. 

LUMBERMEN'S PROTECTIVE UNION— Office 9 
Mission. A. C. Freese, President; G. Scott, Secre- 
tary; Geo. H. Whitney, Treasurer. 

MECHANICS' STATE COUNCIL— Meets first Wed- 
nesday in each month, and at call of President. Gen. 
A. M.'Winn, President; O. J. Delamater and M. H. 
Nicholson, Vice Presidents; John D. Condon, Secre- 
tary ; G. Cavau, Treasurer. 

THE MILKMEN'S MUTUAL AID AND PROTEC- 
TIVE ASSOCIATION, Incorporated Dec. 9, 1874— 
Meets SW cor Third and Mission. Directors- E. H. 
Knight, J. A. Shepston, J. A. Ray, A. D. Miller, G. C. 
Smart and F. L. Such. 

MILLMEN'S MUTUAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIA- 
TION, Incorporated December 9th, 1874— Meets every 
Monday at 1 o'clock p. ai., in Committee Rooms 
of Mechanics' Institute. O. H. Burnham, President; 
W. A. Meeker, Secretary. 

MINERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION — Meets 
every Wednesday evening at 417 Bush— Ninety mem- 
bers. J. W. Buffum, President; J. D. Mitzhorn aud 
Conrad Kriens, Secretaries: Henry Meyer, Treasm-er. 
MUTUAL PROVIDENT ASSOCATION— Office 113 
Leidesdorff. T. Anderson, President; William Stu- 
art, Secretary. 

PAINTERS' PROTECTIVE UNION— Meets every 
Monday evening at 139 Post. T. Foushee, President; 
T. Ross, Secretary. 

PACIFIC MUTUAL BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION 
OF SAN FRANCISCO— Incorporated August 4, 1874. 
Object, to secure to the families or other nominees of 
deceased members, such pecuniary aid as may be 
prescribed by its rules. Office 20 Montgomery Elk. 
William Ford, President; W. B. Parsons, Vice-Presi- 
dent; John S. Bugbee, Secretary; Samuel B. Martin, 
Treasurer; William H. Bell, General Agent. Direct- 
ors—Holland Smith, John W. Bost, Sidney M. Smith, 
R. R. Provines, H. McPherson, Thomas Walsh, 
Thomas B. Shannon, Robert E. Doyle, Thomas P. 
Ryan aud Cornelius Storm. 

RIGGERS' PROTECTIVE UNION OF SAJST FRAN- 
CISCO — Meets first Thursday in month at Barra's 
Hall, cor First and Minna. Charles Meyer, President; 
T. H. Sellers, Secretary; Ed. McCarthy, Treasurer. 

RIGGERS' AND STEVEDORES' UNION ASSO- 
CIATION— Meets every Monday night at 429 Pacific. 
Thomas Manning, President; James Orr, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMERCLVL ASSOCIATION 
— Office 312 California. James Linforth, President; 
M. H. Myers, Secretary. 

SEAMEN'S BOARDING MASTERS' ASSOCIA- 
TIOX— Meets first Monday in month at 610 Front. 
Thomas Chandler, President; Richard Chute, Secre- 
tary. 



SAN FRANCISCO MUSICAL MUTUAL PROTEC- 
TIVE UNION— Meets at call of President. A. H. 
Beck, President; A. A. Muller, Secretary. 

SHIP AND STEAMBOAT JOINERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION— Meets second Friday of each month at Dash- 
away Hall. P. R. Black, President; T. Nash, Vice- 
President; L. H. Laughton, Treasm-er; J. D. Gallo- 
way, Secretary. 

SHIP CAULKERS' ASSOCIATION— Meets second 
Tuesday of each juonth, at 713 Mission. J. E. Con- 
nolly, President ; W-. H. Miller, Secretary. 

SHIPWRIGHTS' (journeymen) ASSOCIATION— 
Meets first and Third Wednesdays of each month, at 
71 New Montgomery. Peter Beaton, President ; M. 
Campbell, Secretaiy. 

TAILORS' PROTECTIVE UNION — Meets second 
and fourth Mondays of each month, at 771 Market. 
William Redberg, President ; Eric Westine and GeO; 
J. Rasmussen, Secretaries ; A. Otto, Treasurer. 

UNITED FIRE ASSOCIATES— Organized April 8. 
1874; number of members, 200. Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at their rooms, 230 Sutter. F. E. R. 
'Whitney, President: William C. Ashton, Vice-Presi- 
dent; William G. Cue, Secretary; Hubert D. Claffey, 
Treasurer; Daniel T.Phelps, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS' ASSOCIATION 
—Meets at 312 California. David Porter, President ; 
M. H. Myers, Secretary. , y ) \ , 



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]>nsCEI.I.A]VEOtTS. 



AUSTRIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets first 
and third Satm-day of each month, at 71 New Mont- 
gomery. Marino Zan, President; P. W. Lahaney, 
Vice-President; F. Koenig, Treasurer; J. N. Meiners, 
Recording Secretary; J. Bronzan, Financial Secre- 
tary. 

BAY DISTRICT AGEICULTLTRAL ASSOCIATION 
—Office, 605 Clay. Leland Stanford, President; W. 
H.L. Barnes andE. J. Weeks, Vice-Presidents; T.W. 
Hinohman, Secretary; C. W. Kellogg, Treasurer. 

BOYS' AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY— Incorporated 
September, 1874. Meets at 68 Clementina. George 
C. Hickox, President; Stephen Franklin, Treasurer. 
Trustees— Horace Davis, S. C. Gray, S. B. Boswell, 
William G. Badger, Irving M. Scott, W. R. Wads- 
worth, J. W. Taylor and W. H. Coddington; Secre- 
tary and Superintendent, George M. Johnson. 

BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF CALIFOR- 
NIA — Rooms 730 Montgomery. Regular meetings 
First Monday in each month at 8 p. m. Board of Re- 
lief in attendance — C. Hopps A. Birrel, A. Gray, D. 
B. Brown, T. Nelson, William Hayes aud P. A. Eakins. 
William Lane Booker, H. B. M. Consul, President; I. 
P. McCurrie, Secretary. Board of Physicians — R. 
Mackintosh, M. D., R. L. Pinching, M. D., andE. 
Parson, M. D. 

CALIFORNLV. ACCLIMATIZING SOCIETY— Meets' 
at 630 Howard, at call. W. A. Newell, President: 
John Williamson, Secretary and General Superin- 
tendent. 

CALIFORNIA PRISON COMMISSION— Office, 302 
Montgomery, No. 6, fourth floor. Alpheus Bull, 
President; Henry Gibbons, M. D., Vice-President; 
James Woodworth, Secretary 

CHURCH UNION OF SAN FRANCISCO— Meets sec- 
ond Monday in each month, at Trinity Church. 
Headquarters, 414 Market. H. T. Graves, President; 
Samuel C. Gray, Vice-President; T. E. Smith, Secre- 
tary; William E. Hale, Treasurer. 

CLERKS' RELIEF SOCIETY— Meets first Tuesday 
in each month, at 410 Kearny. Committee on Vacan- 
cies meets every Tuesday and Friday evenings. I. 
Bergman, President; August Michaelson. Recording 
Secretary; I. H. Mahnke, Financial Secretary. 

CHINESE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION — Sus- 
tained by the Hop Wo Company, 736 Commercial, 
Shong Gee, Agent. 

EXEMPT FIRE COMPANY— President, Edward B. 
Cotter; Vice-Presidents, W. S. O'Brien and J.L. Dur- 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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kee; Secretary, Jerry Wlialen: Treasurer, A. Wason. 
Executive Committee— R. D. Blauvelt, Jr., A. C. Im- 
brie, S. C. Harding, T. M. Blair, J. C. GriswoUl, S. 
Bxmner, J. Brougham, H. A. Chase, J. B. Taylor and 
W. G. Olwell 

GERMA>r LADIES' GENERAL BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY— Meets at resideuce of President in January 
»nd July. President, Mrs. Dr. J. Bryant; Vice-Pres- 
ident, Mrs. Dr. Regensburger; Treasurer, Mrs. T. 
Caylor; Secretary, Miss E. Siegeman. Directors^ 
4rs. Van Bergen, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Braverman, 
llrs. Bauch, Mrs. Meineke and Mrs. P. Spreckles 
GERM.\NIA SAA^NGS AND BUILDING UNION, 
-Meets second Monday of each month, at NE cor 
[eamy and Bush. Frauz Stand, President; George 
trasser, Secretiry. 

GERMANLV SAVINGS .\ND BUILDING UNION— 
2. Meets third Monday of each month, at NE 
Montgomery and Bush. Franz Strand, President ; 
leorge Strasser, Secretary. 

GREEK -RUSSIAN, SLAVONIAN ORTHODOX 
INTERN CHURCH AND RENEVOLENT SOCIETY— 
first Monday in mouth, at cor Post and Jones. 
Martinovich, President; M. Dahovich, Vice-Presi- 
t; S. Millitch, Secretarj-. 

tBISH NATIONALISTS' MUTUAL AID SOCIETY 
-Meets first and third Mondays in each Month, at 751 
tarket. T. C. Maher, President; P. Fenton, Vice- 
resident; J. E. Broderick, Recording Secretary; J. 
lonard, Financial Secretary; M. O'Donnell. Treas. 
IRISH-AMERICAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— 
leets first and third Mondays in the month at Irish- 
rican Hall. Timothy Lynch, President. 

KONG CHON (Chinese Beneficial Society) —Asy- 

N s Pine, bet Kearny and Dupont. 
LADIES' DEPOSITORY— Store, No. 15 New Mont- 
nnery. Mjs. J. P. TVTiituey, President ; Mrs. C. W. 
Secretary; Mrs. J. W. A. Gilmore, Treas- 

LADIES' PROTECTION AND RELIEF SOCIETY— 
Franklin, bet Post and Geaiy. Meets first 
lesday in mouth at the Home. Mrs. N. Gray, Pres- 
lent; Mrs. G. Barstow, Vice-President; Mrs. M. M. 
)ule, Recordiug Secretary; Mrs. C. Jackson, Corres- 
>nding Secretary ; Mrs. J. H. Flint, 1312 Powell, 
urer. Trustees— N. G. Kittle, A. Hemme, J: B. 
iberts, L. L. Baker, N. Gray and J. Archbold. Miss 
A. Harmon, Matron. 

LADIES' SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY— Meets 

" Wednesday in month in Union Square Baptist 

urch. Mrs. S. S. Smith, President; Mrs. P. S. 

iamson. Secretary; Mrs. W. T. Riely, Treasurer. 

LADIES' UNITED AID SOCIETY— Meetings held 

ry Friday at 39 Fourth. Mrs. J. S. AUen, Presi- 

t; Miss Atkinson, Secretary. 

LONGSHOREMEN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 

[ON — Meets every Tuesday evening at Barra's Hall, 

First and Minna. William Kidd, President; 

e White, Vice-President; Lewis Arnold Finan- 

Secretary; John Senneth, Recording Secretary; 

iT Nelson, Corresponding Secretary"; G. C. W. 

,er. Treasurer. 

BIEXICAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meeets at 

Sansome, at call of President. G. Andrade, Pres- 

it; M. G. Pritchard, Secretary; Antonio Andrade, 

•llector. 

NETHERLANDS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION— 
first Wednesday in month at 34 Third. J. 0. 
van Ee; A. P. De Wit, Secretary ; A. F. Schro- 
Corresponding Secretary; C. L. Steylaars, Treas- 

MILIT.ABY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S.— Meets 
; Wednesday of each month at Military Head- 
rters. 105 Stockton. Major-Geueral John M. Scho- 
l, V. S. A., Commander; Brevet Brigadier-General 

sorge W. Bowie, U. S. V., Senior Vice-Commander; 

nnmander R. C. Spalding, U. S. N., Junior Vice- 

Uumander; Brevet Lieut. -Colonel W. R. Smedberg, 
8. A., Recorder, P.O. box 640, or 1611 Larkin; 
Colonel J. M. McNulty, V. S. V., Treasurer- 



paymaster; Pelham W. Ames, late U. S. N., Register; 
Passed Assistant Surgeon H. P. Babcock, late U.S. N., 
ChanceUor; Rev. D. Kendig, U. S. A., Chaplain. 
Council — Brevet Major-General John F. Miller, U. S. 
V. ; Major C. N. Ellingwood, Surgeon U. S. V.; Captains 
Watson Webb, late U. S. A., G. C. Smith, U. S. A. 
and C. H.Barth, U.S.V. 

PORTUGUESE PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY— Meets every Tuesday evening at 109 Cali- 
fornia. Joaquin Coelho, President; F. J. M. Braja, 
Secretary; Joseph Marshall, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION 
Organized 1865, oflice, 10 Webb. Captain Levi Ste- 
vens, President; J. C. Patrick, Treasurer; I. S. Allen, 
Secretary and general agent. Advisory Committee- 
Captain Levi Stevens, Abram Block, J. C. Patrick and 
David Meeker. Trustees — Captain Levi Stevens, Al- 
bert Dibblee, W. C. Ralston, C. Adolphe Low, David 
Meeker, J. C. Patrick, Charles Mayne, Thomas Bell, 
Abram Block and W. W. Montague. 

SAN FRANCISCO GERMAN SAVINGS AND 
BUILDING ASSOCIATION— Meets first and third 
Mondays in each month, opp California Theatre. H. 
Halbermahl, President; H. Pfertsdorflf, Secretary; 
John Knack Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY— R. McMillan, M. D., President: L. P. Gau- 
tier, M. D., Treasurer; John T. Crook, M. D., Secre- 
tary. Executive Committee — Drs. S. R. Gerry, R. 
Mackintosh and L. Pawlicki. Finance Committee — 
Drs. W. H. Bruner,L. P. Gautier and J. G. Bucknall. 
Permanent Secretary of Literary Chapter, Dr. George 
H. Powers; Curator and Librarian, Dr. R. B. Swan. 

SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL FITO) SOCIETY— 
Meets quarterly (second Tuesday in the month) , at 
545 Calilornia. A. H. Beck, President; A. A. Muller, 
Secretary; J. J. Mundwyler, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO SOCIETY FOR THE PREVEN- 
TION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS— Henry Gibbons, 
M. D., President; Jacob Z. Davis, Vice-President; 
James S. Hutchinson, Treasurer; Nathaniel Hunter, 
Secretary. Trustees— Hem y Gibbons, M. D., Jacob 
Z. Davis, James M. McDonald, James Otis, James S. 
Hutchinson, Wm. A. Woodwara, Frank G. Edwards, 
Joseph W. Winans, Ira P. Rankin, Thomas House- 
worth, Frank F. Taylor, George C. Hickox, Charles 
N. Ellinwood, M. D., Charles Sonntag and Nathaniel 
Hunter. 

SCANDINAVIAN HALL ASSOCI.iTION— Office, 71 
Montgomery . Albert MuUer, President ; E. A. Brandt, 
Treasurer; A. A. Enguist, Secretary. 

SCANDINAVIAN LADIES' AID SOCIETY— Meet- 
ings held first Wednesday of the month at 2 p.m., 
and third Wednesday at 7 p. ir. 'Mis. C. Anderson, 
President; Mrs. Madison, Vice-President; Mrs. Toft, 
Secretary; Rev. C. Hvlstendahh, Treasurer. 

SCANDINAVIAN SOCIETY— Meetings held every 
day and evening, at 71 New Montgimei-y. A.Christ- 
ian Freese, President; Victor L. Sundblad and J. D. 
W. Jensen, Secretaries; A. A. Euquist, Treasui'er. 

SCANDINAVIAN MUTUAL AID SOCIETY— Meets 
semi-annually, at 71 Ne^y Alontgomery. H. A. Thomp- 
son, President; W. F. Landstrom, Vice-President; A. 
A. Enquist, Secretary; E. A. Brandt, Treasurer. 

SLAVONIC ILLYRIC MUTUAL BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATIO.V— Nimiber of members, 150. Meets first 
Thursday of each month, at cor Cl.iy and Davis. J. 
Ivancovich, President: B. Radovich, Vice-President; 
Elia Zvietich, Secretary; S. Alartinovich, Treasurer. 

SOCIETE DE BIENFAISANCE DES DAJIES FRAN- 
CAISE— Assembly Rooms, 7oO Montgomery. Busi- 
ness meetings last Monday in the month. Mme. G. 
Godehaux, President; Mme. M. Lefevre, Treasurer; 
Mme. E. Raas, Secretary. 

SONS OF THE EMERALD ISLE— Meet first and 
third Wednesday of each month at Irish American 
Hall. Daniel Sheehan, President; Nicholas Ennis, 
Secretary. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



ST. MAKT'S LADIES' SOCIETY— Meets, adjoining 
St. Mary's Hospital. Officers selected from tlie 
Sisters of Mercy. 

ST. MAKY'S TEMPERANCE BENEVOLENT AND 
LIBEARY ASSOCIATION— Heading room in the base- 
ment of St. Mary's Cathedral. Meets first Sunday of 
each month. J. J. Dougart, President; J.H.Nolan, 
Treasiirer; J. B. Gallagher, Secretary; E. A. Belinge. 
Physician. 

ST. PATRICK'S MUTUAL ALLIANCE OP THE 
UNITED STAES— Thomas J. Welsh, President; G. 
Fosbery and P. Fleming, Vice- Presidents : Jerome 
Deasy, N. D. : M. Elynu, Secretary; J. T. Kelly, Treas. 

Califoknia Lodge, No. 1— Meets first and third 
Monday of each month at Charter Oak Hall. Wm. 
Broderick, President; J. B. Daly and D. McPartland, 
Vice-Presidents; M. Elyn and Wm. Cronan, Secre- 
taries; J. T. Kelly, Treasurer. 

ST. PETER'S GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets first Sunday of each 
month, at St. Boniface's Church. Peter Kerner, 
President; Th. Hofl'elmann, Vice-President; P. Den- 
ner, Recording Secretary; S. Horstman, Financial 
Secretary; F. F. Speckman, Treasurer. 

SWISS MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets 
at 627 Commercial in January, April, July and Octo- 
ber. Organized 18i9; re-organized 1874. Antoine 
Borel, President: Camillo Ste&'anl, Vice-President: 
P. A. Giannini, Treasurer; Edward Galliard, English 
Secretary; G.D. Giacomini, Italian Secretary; A. Wil- 
helm, M. D., and A. Rottanzi, M. D., Physicians; E. 
V. Vormand Collector. 

SWISS RELIEF SOCIETY— F. Berton, Swiss Con- 
sul, President. Directors — A. Borel, Swiss Vice- 
Consul, V. Giamboni, R. Ne\ienschwander and C. 
Buxtorf. 

TEACHERS' AID SOCIETY— Miss C. P. Field, Pres- 
ident; George Beanston, Miss N. S. Baldwin, Miss 
Nellie O'Loughlin, Miss Amy Campbell, Miss R. Lev- 
inson, Mrs. L. K. Burke, Miss A. E. Hucks and Ella 
A. Lamb, Vice-Presidents; Miss Nellie Owens, Record- 
ing Secretary; Miss Mary Murphy, Financial Secre- 
tary; Miss Mary A. Humphreys, Treasurer. 

THE LITTLE SISTERS— The Infant Shelter is lo- 
cated at 759 Mission, nr Fourth. Miss Daisy Spear, 
President; Miss Minuie Simpson, Vice-President. 
Miss Nathalie Carnes, Secretary; Miss Edith Buck- 
ingham, Treasiu-er. Managers — Misses Jennie 
Mayers, Emma Margo, Fannie Simpson, Lizzie Pot- 
ter and Carrie Root. 

UNION LABORIEUSE— Meets every Wednesday at 
Anthony Hall, 417 Bush. Gustave Soucaze, Presi- 
dent; A. Foubert and A. Vannier, Vice-Presidents; J. 
E. Lafaix, Treasurer; E. Drivon, Secretary. 

WEST INDIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets 
first Monday of each month at Y. M. B. S. Hall. 
William J. Simmonds, President; James Hargro, Vice- 
President; James E. Francis, Treasurer; William 
McDonald, Secretary. 

YOUNG MEN'S UNION BENEFICIAL SOCIETY— 
Solomon Peneton, President: James Hargro, Vice- 
President; William H. Carter, Secretary; Andrew 
Bristol, Treasurer. 



STEAMSHIP, EXPttESS, STEAMBOAT, 
TRANSPORTATION AND TELE- 
GRAPH COMPANIES. 

See Business Dikectobt. 



THEATRES, AMUSEMNTS, ETC. 

je Business Dieecxoet. 



FEDERAL OFFICERS. 
Post-Office. 

Northwest corner Washington and Battery streets ; 
office hours from 8 a. m to 6 ;<j p. m. 

Postmaster — James Coey. 

Deputy Postmaster— William C. Dougherty. 

Cashier — Thomas W. Scott, 

Chief M.4ILING Clerk— E. C. Palmer. 

Superintendent of Carriers— P. P. Hoin. 

Money Order Clerk — A. Jackson. 

Railway Mail Service. 

Office, 606 Montgomery street, room 38. 

Superintendent — Isaac A. Amerman. 

Special Agent Postoffice Department — E. L. 
Alexander. 

Chief Clerk— J. C. Coolidge. 

Railway Postoffice Clerks- J. Q. Adams, E. G. 
Alban, P. R. Downer, C. P. Evans, J. F. Harris, T. 
Orchard, M. E. Quimby, J. H. Reid, S. M. Sutherland, 
A. Teal. 

Clerks, San Francisco to Ogden, C. P. R. 
R.— W. C. Boutelle, C. W. Guerney, Wm. Knapp, H. 
S. Loveland, M. J. Maloney, E. L. McLennan, R. H. 
McCloud, J. Maguire, H. H. Noyes, E. B. Reeder.E. 
P. Roberts, L. J. Sellon, G. L. Starkey, Wm. Taylor, 
F. A. Whaley, C. F. Wood. 

THE NEW POSTAGE LAW. 

By an Act of Congress approved July 23d, 1874, it is 
required that on and after January 1st, 1875, postage 
on newspapers and periodical publications mailed 
from a known office of publication or news agency, 
addressed to regular subscribers or news agents, shall 
be charged at the rate of two cents per pound if issued 
weekly or oftener, and three cents per pound if issued 
less frequently than once a week. The Act provides 
that matter shall be weighed in bulk and prepaid 
with adhesive stamps to be specially devised for the 
purpose. The manner of applying the stamps is left 
discretionary with the Department, and a system 
which, it is to be hoped, will work satisfactorily, has 
been devised for carrying the law into efl'ect. The 
stamps are now in course of preparation, and will be 
ready at the time appointed for their use. It is ex- 
pected that the revenues of the department from 
postage on printed rnaterial will be increased by the 
enforcement of this Act, notwithstanding that the 
rates are cheaper than before, as now postage will be 
prepaid, while heretofore much loss has been occa- 
sioned to the department on account of the non- 
collection of postage at the point of delivery. 



Custom House. 

NW cor Washington and Battery; open daily from 9 
o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock p. m., Sundays excepted. 

Thomas B. Shannon, Collector; J. Frank Miller, 
Deputy Collector and Auditor; L. M. Kellogg and E. 
Burke, Deputy Collectors. 

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE-H. Clay Miller, Cashier; 
J. L. Van Eeynegom, Asst Cashier; W. H. Coombs, 
Asst Auditor; Florence McCarthy, Impost Bookkeeper; 
W. R. Slicer, Asst Impost Bookkeeper; Charles C. 
Leavitt, Adjuster of Duties; C. C. Redington, N. G. 
Seibe and R. F. Clark, Entry and Adjusting Clerks ;H. 
W. Massy, Debenture and Abstract Clerk; L. A. La 
Grange, Statistical Clerk; D. F. Slatterly, J. A. Per- 
kins, Asst Statistical Clerks; C. P. Dudley, '.Register 
Clerk; W. F. Thomas, Bond and Recording Clerk; E. 

B. Jerome, Collector's Secretary; J. H. Housman, Per- 
mit and Order Clerk; W. A. Darling, Invoice Recorder; 
T. H. Craig, Export andAbstract Clerk; S. Witkowski, 

C. Harlan, A. W. Baker and P. H. Andross, Asst Abstract 
Clerks; C. E. Cloyes, Accountant; W. H. H. Hussy, 
Record Clerk: J. A. Sampson, Abstract and Weigh 
Clerk; C.W. Clayes, G. H. Ferre and R. D. Lennox, 
Liquidating Clerks; W. E. Lamb, Entry Clerk; W. W. 
Standiford, Stationery and Miscellaneous Clerk; E. 
McLean, Fee Clerk; J. T. Watson, Examiner Gangers' 



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' riis; D. Harris, Examiner Weighers' Returns^: M. 
Examiner Invoice Extensions; T. L. Darling, 
^ t'.ilson and L. Blanchard,Mefsengrrs:D.L5-nch, 
u. J, ialls and W. G. Lee, Watchmen: D. Walsh, Jan- 
itor; W. Owens, Deputy Collector, Vallejo; John A. 
Watson, Deputy Collector, Eureka. 

W\P,EHOUSE DEPARTMENT— James H. McNabb, 

•V Collector and Ex-Officio Storekeeper; B. Dyer, 

Clerk; E. Naughton, Asst Bond Clerk; C. F. 

uoage. Warehouse and Withdrawal Clerk; A. Berg, 

farehouse and Withdrawal Clerk; T. Buckley, 

and Register Clerk; H. C. Goodrldge, Mer- 

Accountant; W. A. Fogg, Receiving Clerk; J. 

len. Delivery Clerk; H. Bruns, Store Book- 

H. 8. Hunt, Bookkeeper; C. P. Kelley, P. H. 

Patten, J. F. Pinkam, J. Stockton, J. Weed, P. V. 

Blunt. W. S. JIcRobetrs, J. W. Mason and E. Emmer- 

»"!! 4.pst Storekeepers; T. Mahoney and H. E. Thomas, 

^1 iigers;M. Winslow, C.H.Mason, W. Laughlin, 

: k, C. Weise, S. Brown, S. H. Allkire, T. H. No- 

I W. W. Gift, Watchmen; A. Enhis, Superinten- 

i iborers; J. E. Brown, J. M. deed, R. S. Mixon, 

Provost, G. A. More, H. B. Pierce and W. H. 

'!, Laborers. 

AiPRAISER'S DEPARTMENT-^. G.Moore and G. 
W. Dint, Appraisers; F. Lux and H. Z. Wheeler, Asst 
Appraisers; T. O. Lewis, Recording and Abstract 
Clerk; N. B. Hoyt, G. McDonald and T. F. Jerome, Ex- 
amiut-rs; W. Jacobs, Special Examiaer Drugs; G. E. 
Bugbe, Sampler; J. J. StodJard, Messenger; J. Feaney, 
Packer and Superintendent Laborers; J. Tuitle, D. 
Hogan, A. Hollywood, C. W. Lomter and W. Steadnian, 
Laborers; R. J. Graham, U. S. Drayman; W. H. Harron 
Bookkeeper; I. Oveiton, Clerk. 

SITRVEYOR'S DEPARTMENT— Giles H. Gray, Sur- 
r V ; ; P. W. Bellengall and F. B. Sharp, Deputy Sur- 
, W. H. Scales, Debenture Clerk; J. W. Church, 
; W. S. Morgan, Messenger. 

DISTKICT OFFICEBS. 

E. Bell, District No. 1 (North Point to Market Street) ; 
W. T. James, No. 2 (Market to Beale) ; J. C. Sargeant, 
X " I Beale to Long Bridge) . 

rSSPECTOES. 

:,. Squire, W. Patterson, J. M. O'Neil, J. P. Sher- 

, J. W. Taylor, J. Frasier, J. Hollywood, H. 

unell, W. B. Hamilton, D. Hanlon, F. W. Law- 

A. B. Andrews, G. AUman, G. C. Hasswell, R. 

La: L, D. S. Levy, S. D. Simonds, H. C. Menomy, D. 

J.Donoghue, T. H. Glair, W. P. Harrington, L. Van 

Orden, M. H. Strout. C. D. Douglas. J. H. Breeze, L. 

! H. P.rkins, C. H. McDonald, A. S. Wight, J. B. Butler, 

'?.. I' Morgan, J. H. Hickok, J. Drynen, S. Dodd, M, 

' ' liott and H. Hoeber, (Inspector and Measurer 

is;) Mrs. Laura Whittimore, Inspectress; James 

- itchie, Sacramento; B. Block, Stockton; J. Walsh, 

a; T. T. Tidball, Moss Landing; J, Cairns, San- 



NIGHT INSPECTORS. 

L. Sclinger, Captain; G. W. Towle, Jr., Lieutenant; 
J. Buckly, M. Fleming, J, MeMullin, C. E. Sherwood, 
D. S. Bates, M. W. Davis, W. W. Wilson, G. A. Ander- 
son, J. B. Leaman, S. Flint, G. Cullin, G. Rodden, T. 
M.Parker, W. C. R. Smith, C. J. Raney, L. C. Louder- 
back and R. B. Hall. 

WEIGHEES. 

S. J. Clark, H. L. Street, T. P. Vallean, G. Laws, P. 
Mclntire, J. W. Bachelder, H. Newhouse.E. B. Keyes, 
T. O Shea, J. C. Palmer, W. H. Boland, H. Stacy, W. 
"^'' .reenhood and S. P. Mead, Asst Weighers. 

GATJGER. 

">V. Probasco, Gauger; T. Head and T. R. Mott, 
rers. 

BOAHDING OFFICEBB. 

A. Foster and W. Mace. 

BABGEMEX. 

.Vhite, J. F. Sylvia, P. Williamson, J. Monroe, G. 
Oil itr and John Heffeman. 



NAVAL OFFICE. 

Edwin G. Waite, Naval Officer; Walter Mead, Dep- 
uty; W. H. Whitely, Cashier; A. W. CuUum, Entry 
Clerk; T, R. Reynolds, Bond Clerk: J. Ainsa, Ware- 
house Clerk; D. Gorham and J. E. Hughes, Asst Entry 
Clerks: Jer. J. Kelly, Liquidating Clerk; J. E. Goodall 
and W. F. French, Asst Liquidating Clerks; H. Hook, 
Abstract Clerk; B. F. Catlin, Return Clerk; E. B. 
Rockwood, Miscellaneous Clerk; D. B. Ashley, Mes- 
senger. 

liigUtlioase Department. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT— Office 105 Stockton. Com- 
mander J. H. Spotts, V. S. N.. Inspector of Lights 
—office 204 Montgomery ; T. T. Spotts, Chief Clerk; 
D. W. Lowell, Supply Clerk; John Oran, porter. 
Lieut .-Colonel R. S. Williamson, U. S. Eng., Engin- 
eer-office 105 Stockton ; John T. Best, Clerk. Thos. 
B. Shannon, Superintendent of Lights. 

Liig'bt Houses. 

Alcatbaz Island— W. W. Scott, Keeper, and James 
Logan, Asst. 

Point Bonita.— J. B. Brown, Keeper; A. Suther- 
land, C. Murphy and C. H. Howard, Assts. 

Fort Point.— John T. Huie, Keeper. 

South Fabeallones.-S. H. Morse, Keeper; E. K. 
Baruum and C. H. Lund, Assts. 

Humboldt Bat— G. Sceva, Keeper; T. C. Benjamin 
and J. C. Roper, Assts. 

Crescent City.— J. Hennesy, Keeper. 

Santa Barbara— Julia F. Williams, Keeper. 

Point Concepcion— T. L. Perry, Keeper ; J. Perry, 
H. J. Hess and M. A. Perry, Assts. 

Point Pinos— A. L. Luce, Keeper, and G. F. Boo- 
fish, Asst. 

Point Lomo— R, D. Israel, Keeper, and Mary A. Is- 
rael, Asst. 

C.vPE Mendocino— A. P. Marble, Keeper ; H. T, 
Holbrook and Mary Marble, Assts. 

Santa Cruz— A. A. Heacox, Keeper. 

Point Arena— W. B. Perry, Keeper;W.Wadsworth, 
J. McArthy and William Drew, Assts. 

Point Reyes- J. C. Bull, Keeper : J. A. F. McFar- 
land, John Glanz and J. Dowling, Assts. 

Pigeon Point— R. H. Fairchild, Keeper; C. B. 
Sperry, W. H. Davis and J. Riley, Assts. 

Trinidad — J. Kiler, Keeper. 

Point Ano Nuevo— J. Stone, Keeper, and F. A. 
Freeman, Asst. 

Mare Island— Theresa C. Watson, Keeper, and 
Henry D. Tuttle, Asst. 

East Brother— S. M. Farren, Keeper ; John Cowley 
and P. Moran, Assts. 
Point Firman — Mary Smith, Keeper. 
U. S. Internal Revenue Departnxent. 

Collector of Internal Revenue, John Sedgwick— 
office 321 Battery; Deputies— H. F. Cooper, John E. 
Youngberg, Hebron B. Mayhew, A. F. Adams, F. C. 
Clarke, Seth G. Sneden, H. A. Hebard, Charles G. 
Noyes, and James S. Davis. Clerks— Abram Shear, 
Herbert E. Hall, and Thomas R. Moseley. Janitor, 
Frank Laumeister. Gangers- James W. Driscoll, 
Amos F. Stockwell, Ferdinand T. Brewster, Leonard 
H. Murch. Carleton W. Miller, Charles E. Needham, 
William C. Reed, James A. Taggard, and John B. 
Mahoney. Storekeepers— Ebeuezer A. McCulloch, A. 
C. Swain, Joseph Worrell, Fred. Creque, H. A. Cal- 
houn, A. J. F. Thelon, F. M. Nash, and C. W. Moch. 
Surveyor of Stills, Hebron B. Mayhew. Inspector 
Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars, Albert T. Adams. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



V. S. District Attorney. 

Office, room 7. XJ. S. Court Bldg. Walter Van Dyke, 
17. S. Dietiict Attorney; John M. Coghlan, assistant; 
and A. P. Van Duzer, second assistant. 

t;. S. Conunissioiiei s. 

Office V. S. Court Bldg, room 1. Ed. B. Cotter, K. 
Crockett, A. D. Grimwood, Nathaniel Holland, C. Al- 
lard Low, H. F. Lardner, J. J. Maginis, Joseph F. 
O'Beirne, J. A. Robinson and L. S. B. Sawyer. 

XJ. S. Inspectors of Steam Vessels. 

Charles C. Bemis, XJ. S. Supervising Inspector of 
Steam Vessels; Robert H. "Waterman, IT. S. Inspector 
of Hulls; James Hillman, XJ. S. Inspector of Boilers, 
and John A. Chandler, Secretary Board U. S. Inspec- 
tors Steam Vessels. 

Office 11 XJ. S. Court Bldg. 

tJ. S. Pension Agency. 

Office 321 Washington, Henry R. Reed, U. S. Pen- 
siofi Agent. 

TJ. S. Signal Office. 

Office 42 Merchants' Exchange, Sergeant S. W. 
Beall, in charge. 

V. S. Sulb-Treasury Department. 

Office 428 Montgomery. Office hours from 10 A. M. 
to 3 p. M. William Sherman, Asst Treasurer; F. G. 
Bomemann, Cashier; Ed. St. John Bellows, Book- 
keeper; T. B. Clarke, Stamp Clerk; L. A. Boynton, 
Asst Cashier; O. C. Osborne, Asst Book-keeper; C. S. 
Swasey, Cler^; W. Windsor, J. Windrow and H. S. 
Tucker, Watchmen, and T. M. Watson, Day Watch- 
man. 

Special Agent U. S. Treasiii-y. 

f Office Custom House, third floor. William Gover- 
neur Morris, E. Goddard and L. W. Noyes. 

U. S. Coast Survey, ^Western Coast Di- 
vision. 

Assistants— Prof . George Davidson in charge Pacific 
Coast, San Francisco; Augustus F. Rodgers, Cleve- 
land Rockwell, A. W. Chase, Louis A. Sengteller and 
Gershom Bradford. Acting Assistant — William H. 
Dall, San Francisco. Sub Assistants— George Farqu- 
har; William Eimbeck and O. H. Tittman. Aids— E. 
F. Dictins, Thomas J. Dowry, George H. Wilson, Wil- 
liam S. Edwards, Thomas P. Woodward, Robert J. 
Currey, Paul Schumacher and C. Uhlig. 

Steamer Hassler-Lieutenant-Comdr., H. C. Taylor, 
XJ. S.N., commanding; Lieutenant George Talcott, V. 
S. N., executive offiiier; Lieutenant Frank Courtis, XJ. 
S. N.; Lieutenant Richardson Clover, XJ. S. N.; Lieu- 
tenant G. W. Tyler, U. S. N.; Lieutenant J. D. Ad- 
ams, XJ. S.N.; Assistant Paymaster J . R. Stanton, XJ. 
S. N.; Chief Engineer W. M. Rodes, U. S. Coast Sur- 
vey; Surgeon A. W. Thornton, XJ. S. Coast Survey; 
Captain's Clerk, A E. Barbour, U. S.N.; and Draughts- 
man Rudolf Alljrecht, XJ. S. Coast Survey. 

Schooner W. L. Maroy— Gershom Bradford, Asst V. 
S. Coast Survey, commanding; F. Westdahl, Aid, XJ. 
S. Coast Survey; A. F. Sandberg, and H. N. Nelson. 
Acting Mates. 



U. SJVIint. 

NW cor Mission and Fifth. 
O. H. LA GRANGE, Superintendent; O. C. Miller, 
Chief Clerk ; Horace Beach, Cashier ; Bernard Lande, 
Office Clerk ; H. E. Parry, Clerk ; Stephen Wing, Chip- 
room Clerk ; T. B. McCauley. H. R. William, SuiH 
Dept Melting; E. S. Gaven, Receiver Deposits; 
E. Wheaton, Bookkeeper; D. L. Noggle, Receiving 
and Transfer Clerk ; Thomas Mahoney, Day Watch 
and Porter; E. L. Witman, Doorkeeper ; Burke La 
Grange, Doorkeeper : Frank Lavine, carpenter ; E. H. 
Morton, Conductor ; C. F. Robinson, Captain of the 
Watch. Watchmen— T. J. Cleary, P. W. Black, J. C. 
Bronson, P. J. Donohue, T. C. Gilman, E. L. Hamil- 
ton, A. W. Morse, L. J. Rowland, J. MoMahon, J. C. 



Nealon, William J. Quinn, Samuel Booth, E. J. Levy 
and D. N. Coey.^ C. F. Wood and D. W. Pratt, labor- 
ers ; E. Fitzgerald and B. N. Bugbee, conductors ; H. 
G.Dent, Watchman; F. Mercado, workman; V. H. 
Vaughan, Weigher of Abrased Coin ; J. J. Paul, Mes- 
senger ; William Muloin, Janitor, and J. H. Bundy, 
Porter. 

Meltek and Refiners' Department — Alexander 
Martin, Melter and Refiner. Clerks— T. B. McCauley, 

F. H. Lasselle, C. A. Buckbee and George A. Dall. 
Jacob Stadfeldt, Ingot Melter. Melters— S. Lion, J. 
L. Wilson, F. M. Benner and J. Feix. Helpers — J. P. 
Dieves, A. Clark, W. Harrington, T. Rodgers, W. H. 
Edmonds, J. Conway, P. Sesser, E. J. Van Vleet, M. 
Laverty, B. F. Stoakes, R. P. Franklin, P. B. Bacon, 

G. Bacigalupi, G. A. AVarren, J. Carter, J. T. Camp- 
bell and William Adema. Sweep Cellars — J. C. Kelly 
and A. S. Bierce; Messenger— J. Clark. 

AssAYERs' Department— Oscar D. Munson, Assay- 
er ; W. T. Beilly, Asst Assayer ; L. D. Fisk, Com Clerk. 
Workmen— R. T. Roberts, James Oglesby, H. H. Law- 
rence, Moses Furbush, L. T. Grant, S. LoAvenbiu-g. T. 

C. Maher, H. B. Baker, C. H. Sherman, G. H. Loring, 

D. S. Sherman, J. S. Kennedy, jr., J. Jacobs, J. J. 
Hanifer and MissL. T. Shew. 

Coiners' Department — J. T. Babcock, Coiner! 

E. W. Taggart, Assistant; W. H. Keith, Second As- 
sistant.; F. 5. Fisher, Chief Adjuster ; Ed. Barrell, 
Weigher ; J. T. Babcox, Assistan ; and Henry 
Pearce, Engineer ; M. Berkley and H. E. Winslow, 
Firemen ; Thomas Scott, Foreman Machine Shop ; 
G. M. Adams, Foreman Rolling Mills ; J. H. Hopkins, 
Cutter ; L. G. Clement, Asst. ; -E. B, Dunning, Roller ; 
C. G. Wilkins, Asst.; S. S. Burt, Aunealer ; E. C. 
Bowen, Foreman Press-room. Workmen — A. R. Mc- 
Farland, W. T. Wood, W. H. Lowerie, J. J. Hayes, E. 
W. Nohl, M. A. Singleton and P. A. Lamping. Geo. 
De Squiries, Asst Adjuster ; F. Blair and W. R. F. 
Marchant, Messengers. Adjusters — Jane A. LaGrange, 
Mrs. A. W. Bee, Mis. J. Pennell, E. C. Leonard, Miss 
K. Baine, Ida G. Chapin, M. Kelly, C. Short, K. Mc 
Kenna, Mrs. C. J. Keeler, J. Dodd, A. Hampton, Mrs. 
G. S. Noble, A. E. Staniels, Mrs. M. M. Aidt, Mrs. M. 
A. Shaw, E. Gagan, S. J. Lane, L. A. Curtis, Ida M. 
Cox, Mrs. C. A. Jessup, V. A. Todman, M. A. Cuny 
M. C. Randolph, M. Stairley, E. A. Hunt, S. E. Hos- 
mer, L. H. Post, M. Harvey, S. Melsted, C. B. Morri- 
son, J. T. Weeks, J. P. Diggers, J. M. Derochfort, F 
A. Ellsworth, L. H. Turner, C. C. Crittenden, J. B, 
Jackson, C. Wadleigh and L. P. Grant. 

XJ. S. Surveyor General. 

Office 306 Pine. James T. Stratton, U. S. Surveyor 
General; John A. Robinson, Chief Clerk; George L. 
Taylor, Bookkeeper; J.H.Wildes, Chief Draughtsman; 

C. Bielawski, John Y. Fiala, Robinson Gibbons, J. ^ 

D. Jensen, H. S. Smith, D.C.Taylor, Charles Tripler, 
J. H. Von Schmidt, B. F. Lewame and F. Lauteren, 
Draughtsmen; R. C. Hopkins, Keeper of Archives. 
Clerks— H. T. Hopkins, Mrs. Emily Anbury, Mrs. 
Frances J. Page, Mrs. H. Haverstick, S. N. Bliven, J. 
P. Weems and William A. Beck. Mineral Clerks— 
Theodoret Beichert and J. K. Carter. George 'Cham- 
bers, ""^ 



XJ. S. Shipiiing Commissioners. 

Office 118 Jackson. J. D. Stevenson, Commissioner; 
A. S. Barney, Chief Deputy. Deputies— J. S. Dudley, 
Charles Thompson and J. R. Duff. 

XJ. S. Marshal. 

E. P. Marsellus, V. S. Marshal. Office U. S. Court 
Bldg. Deputies— George F. Worth, Charles H. Mead, 
Benjamin J. Ackerman and Horace Bacon. Opera- 
tive Secret Service Division, Heni-y FinnegasS. 

Registrars in Bankruptcy. 

Samuel J. Clark, Jr., office 24 and 25 U. S. Court 
Bldg, and James M. Gitchell, office 636 Clay. 

Superintendent Consti-uction XJ. S. Public 
Buildings. 

Samuel McCullough, Superintendent. Office comer 
Washington and Post Office pi. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



45 



Military, U. S. 



MILITAKY DIVISION OF THE PACIFIC includes 
the Department of California, Department of the 
Columbia and the Department of Arizona. Major- 
General JOHN M. SCHOFIELD, commanding. Head- 
quarters 105 Stockton. Aides-de-Camp — Captain 
William M. Wherry, First-Lieutenant William Ennis 
and Second-Lientenant Frank Michler. Lieut.-Colo- 
nel J. C. Kelton, Asst Adjutant-General; Captain Wil- 
liam M. Wherry, Acting Asst Adjutant General; 
Li tut .-Colonel Roger Jones, Asst Inspector General; 
Cl 1. nel Robert Allen, Asst Quartermaster General 
, I Chief Quartermaster; Lie at .-Colonel A. R. Eddy, 
.ty Quartermaster General and Depot Quarter- 
r; Lieut .-Colonel William W. Bums, Chief 
rtiissary of Subsistence aiid A. C. G. S.; 
:*1. ■ r Samuel Bums, Chief Paymaster; Lieut.-Colo- 
U'l Robert Murray, Medical Purveyor; First-Lieut. 
J C. Mallery, Engineer Officer; Major Julian McAl- 
listtr, Chief Ordnance Officer; Major Charles C. Eee- 
ney. Attending Surgeon ; Captain Henry Johnson, 
Medical Storekeeper, and Captain William P. Martin, 
Military Storekeeper . 

DEP.USTMENT OF Califobsia includes the States of 
Caliloriua and Nevada and SW part of Idaho Terri- 
tory. Major-General John M. Schofield, command- 
ing. Headquarters, 105 Stockton. Major Samuel 
Bieck, Asst-Adjutant General; Lieut .-Colonel A. B. 
Eddy, Chief Quartermaster: Captain Thomas Wilson, 
Chi.rf Commissary of Subsistence; Major Charles J. 
Sprague, Chief Paymaster. Paymasters — Major C. 
W. Wingard and Major Brantz Mayer. Major Charles 
McCermick, Medical Director and Attending Surgeon, 
and Major Herbert P. Curtis, Judge Advocate. 

Engineer Department for Pacific Coast — 533 Kearny. 
Lieut .-Colonel B. S. Alexander, Senior Engineer and 
President Board of Engineers, Pacific Coast; Major 
George H. Mendell, in charge; Lieutenant Clinton B. 
Sears. Asst, Akalraz Island and Lime Point; Lieut .- 
Colonel C. S. Stewart, in charge of Fort Point. 
Lieut. John Weeden, Recorder Board of Engineers 
Pacific Coast. Lieut .-Colonel R. S. Williamson, En- 
gineer Corps, TJ. S.A., in charge of Twelfth Light- 
house District — office, 105 Stockton. 

Pay Department— Pay District Military Division of 
the Pacific includes the State of California, Oregon 
and Nevada, and TeiTitories of Washington, Idaho, 
Arizona and Alaska. Major Samuel Woods, Chief 
Paymaster in charge — cffice 105 Stockton. Charles J. 
Sprague, Chief Paymaster; Major C. W. Wingard and 
Mai or Brantz Mayer, Paymasters. 

Medical Department — NW cor Stockton and O'Far- 
rell . Major Charles McCormick, Medical Director 
aud Attending Surgeon, at headquarters Dept of Cali- 
f' rnia; Lieut .-Colonel Robert Murray, Medical Pur- 
\ey.:ir: Captain Henry Johnson, Medical Storekeeper, 
and Major C. C. Eeeney, Attending Surgeon. 

Quartermaster's Department — Office 105 Stockton. 
Colonel Robert Allen, Chief Quartermaster Military 
Division of the Pacific; Lieut .-Colonel A. R. Eddy, 
Chief Quartermaster. Department of California, and 
Captain William P. Martin. Military Storekeeper. 

Subsistence Department — Office 105 Stockton. 
Lieut.-Col.W.W.Bm-ns, Chief C. S. Military Divis- 
ion of the Pacific, and Captain Thomas Wilson, Com- 
missary of Subsistence, U. S. A. Depot Commissary 
of Subsistence and Chief C. S. Department of Cali- 
fornia, 565 Market. 

Medical Examining Board for candidates for ap- 
P' intment en the Medical Staff of the Armj-— Office 
105 Stockton. Surgeon Charles McCormick (Presi- 
deijt), Surgeon C. C. Keeney, Surgeon George E. 
Ci'oiier, Asst. Surgeon D. S. Huntington. Asst. Sur- 
geuu Edwin Bentley (Recorder.) 

Department of the Columbia — Office, Portland, 
Oregon. Major J. H. Eaton, Chief Paymaster, and 
Major J. P. Canby, Paymaster. 

Department of Arizona — Major J. H. Nelson, 
Chief Paymaster, and Major Da\-id Taylor, Paymas- 
ter, Tucson. 

Naval Rendezvous. 

Paul Shirley, Captain commanding— NW cor Wash- 



ington and Sansome. R. P. Peck, Lieutenant; Ed. H 
Ware, Surgeon; John A. Scott, Engineer; John Wal- 
ker, Boatswain, and Emile Kuennecke, Clerk. 



Military. 



National Gnard of California. 

Commander-in-Chief — His Excellency Newton 
Booth, Governor. 

Staff — Brigadier-General L. H. Foote, Adjutant 
General ; Colonel Edgar Mills, Chief Engineer, Pay- 
master General; Colonel Eugene L. Sullivan, 
Judge-Advocate General; Colonel G. J. Bucknall, 
I Surgeon- General. Aids-de-Camp — Lieutenant^Col. 
; Claus Spreckles, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas K. Hook, 
Lieutenant-Colonel C. V. D. Hubbard, Lieutenant- 
Colonel William Harney, Lieutenant-Colonel W. W. 
Dodge, Lieutenant-Colonel James H. Withington. 

Staff of Adjutant-General— Major W. E. McArthur, 
Assistant Adjutant-General ; Captain Albert Leonard, 
Aid-de-Camp. 

Major-General of Division— D. W. C. Thompson. 

Staff— Lieutenant-Colonel C. Mason Kinne, Assist- 
ant Adjutant-General ; Lieutenant-Colonel Frank 
Soule, jr.. Engineer Officer; Lieutenant-Colonel A. 
W. Preston, Ordnance Officer ; Lieutenant-Colonel H. 
N. Morse, Quartermaster; Lieutenant-Colonel James 
H. Withington, Acting Commissary ; Lieutenant-Col. 
C. V. D. Hubbard, Acting Paymaster ; Lieutenant- 
Colonel W. R. Smedberg, Division Inspector; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel W. C. Burnett, Judge Advocate ; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel J. M. McNulty, Surgeon. Aids-de- 
Camp — Major Samuel N. Morris and Major Thomas 
F. Barry. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Brigadier-General — James Coey, commanding. 

Staff— Samuel Woolsey Backus, Assistant Adjutant- 
General ; Richard Henry Savage, Asststant Inspector- 
General ; David W- Laird, Ordnance Officer ; Frank 
Parks McLennan, Engineer Officer ; Frederick G. 
Smith, Quartermaster; Frank J. Skeily, Commissary ; 
Samuel D. Mayer, Paymaster ; Dr. P. H. Humphrey, 
Surgeon ; R. H. Lloyd, Judge Advocate ; Joseph M. 
Litchfield, Aid-de-Camp. The Aid-de-Camp ranks as 
Captain ; the others of the staff officers bear the rank 
of Major. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY-Headquarters NW 
cor New Montgomery aud Howard. George W. Gran- 
nis, Lieutenant-Colonel; Oscar Woodhams, Major; 
Walter Turnbull, Adjutant ; H. N. Wright, Quarter- 
master ; Montgomei-y Godley, Paymaster; A. W. 
Cornwall, Commissary ; James D. Whitney, Assistant 
Surgeon ; Rev. John Hemphill, Chaplain ; Joseph M. 
Litchfield, Sergeant-Maior. K-^ 

City Guard (Co. B)— Armory NW cor New Mont- 
gomery and Howard. David Wilder, Captain. 

National Guard (Co. C)— Armory 318 Post. Geo. 
Humphrey, Captain. 

Frankt.tn Light Infantry (Co. D) — Armory NW 
cor New Montgomery and Howard. R. H. Orton, 
Captain. 

Sumner Light Guard (Co. E)— Armory NW cor 
New Montgomery and Howard. H. J. Bums, Cap- 
tain. 

Light Guard (Co. F)— Arroory NW cor New Mont- 
gomery and Howard. James E. Hughes, Captain. 

Hewston Rifles (Co. H)— Armory NW cor New 
Montgomery and Howard. H. P. Bush, Captain. 

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRT-John McComb, 
Colonel ; Harvey Lake, Lieutenant-Cole nel ; Henry H. 
Thrall, Major ; Richard H. Savage, Adjutant : Emil 
A. Engleberg, Quartermaster; Thomas W. Jeffrees, 
Paymaster; J.S.Swain, Commissary ; Dr. Edwin J. 
Frazer, Surgeon ; John Savage, Sergeant-Major ; H. 
D. Naber, Quartermaster's Sergeant ; Charles Alpers, 
Bandmaster. 



46 



NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



Union Guaed, (Co. A)— Armory cor Minna and New 
Montgomery. John Mason, Captain. 

Stsatman Zouaves (Co. B)— Armory cor Minna 
and New Montgomery. John Stratman, Captain. 

San Fkancisco Fusileeks (Co. C)— Armory SW cor 
Powell and Sutter. G. Cantus, Captain. 

Geemania Eefles (Co. D)— Armory SW cor Powell 
and Sutter. John Sneider, Captain. 

Steuben Guard (Co. E)— Armory Turn Verein Hall, 
Bush, nr Powell. Charles Wochatz, Captain. 

San Fkancisco Cadets (Co. H)— Armory 615 and 
617 Howard. George Bigley, Captain . 

THIED REGIMENT INF ANTE Y— Headquarters 134 
Fourth. Archibald Wason, Colonel: M. C. Bateman, 
Lieutenant-Colonel ; J. J. Conlin, Major ; P. J. Fan- 
nian. Adjutant: Florence Crowley, Commissary; 
Thomas Green, Surgeon ; Rev. Thomas Larkin, Chap- 
lain ; Cornelius Donohue, Sergeant-Major ; E. P. En- 
right, Quartermaster's Sergeant. 

MoMTGOMEEY Guaed (Co. A)— Armory 134 Fourth. 
Charles Quinn, Captain. 

Shields Guaed (Co. B)— Armory Irish-American 
Hall. M. J. \\'rin, Captain. 

WoLTE Tone Guaed (Co. C)— Armory 134 Fourth. 
Eugene W. Gary, Captain. 

Me.\ghee Guaed (Co. D) — Armory 134 Fourth. 
John Eagan, Captain. 

Emmet Lite Guaed (Co. E)— Armory Irish-Ameri- 
can Hall. Robert Cleary, Captain. 

McMahon Gkenadiee Guakd (Co. H)— Armory SE 
cor Sixth and Market. John H. McMenomy, Captain. 

FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY— Headquarters cor 
Minna and New Montgomery. Major P. R. O'Brien, 
Commanding; A. Newman, Adjutant ; Lieut. William 
Corcoran, Quartermaster; A. G. Fitzpatrick, Pay- 
master; D. W. Laird Commissary; C.K. Breeze, Sur- 
geon. 

First Light Deagoons— (Co. A)— Armory, cor 
Minna and New Montgomery. John R. Middles- 
worth, Captain. 

S.\N Feancisco Hussabs (Co. B) —Armory, SE 
cor Minna and New Montgomery. John Schreiber, 
Captain. 

Jackson Deagoons (Co. C)— Armory cor Minna 
and New Montgomery. M. Greaney Captain. 

FIRST CALIFORNIA GUARD (Light Battery)— Ar- 
mory, 615 Howard. R. G. Brush, Captain. 

The following military companies are independent, 
and not under the control of the State military au- 
thorities : 

CALIFORNIA JAEGERS— Armory SW cor Powell 
and Sutter— 70 members. Chris Spiegel, Captain. 

Sacramento. R. 



FRENCH ZOUAVES— Armory, 
Lavigne, Captain. 



Montgomery. 



GARIBALDI GU-iRD— Armory, 
A. Colonna, Captain. 

GERMAN FUSILEER GUARD— Armory, Horticul- 
tural HalK H. Schneider, Captain. 

GERMAN DRAGOONS— Armory, Turn Verein HaU, 
Bush ur Powell. L. Storck, Captain. 

GUARDIA DE JAUREZ— Antonio de la Torre, Cap- 
tain. 

GUARDIA LERDO— Armory, 1524 Stockton. A. Lo- 
pez, Captain. 



HAIGHT LIGHT CAVALRY— Armory, Irish-Amer- 
ican Hall. A. H. Henderson, Captain. 

HIBERNLA RIFLES — Armory, Irish-Americai 
Hall. T. Desmond, Captain. 

Lafaxette Guaed— Armory 730 Montgomery. H 
Perrier, Captain. 

Schuetzen Verein — Armory, Turn Verein Hall 
Bush near Powell. John Wulzen, Captain. 

Swiss Sharpshooters — Armory, cor Powell an( 
Sutter. A. Lohse, Captain. 



Foreign Consuls. 



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, Charles Baum, 510 Bai 
tery. ' 

AUSTRIO-HUNGAEIAN EMPIRE, G. Muecke, 10 
California. 

BELGIUM, Salvador Morhange, consul genera 
Grand Hotel; Emil Grisar, consul, cor Fifth an 
Townsend. 

B0LI\T;A, F. Herrera, 331 Montgomery. 

CHILE, Francisco 2d Casanueva, consul general, 5 
U. S. Court bldg; H. Barroilhet, consul, 524 Mom 
gomery. 

COLOMBIA, R. Morales, 710 Washington. 

COSTA RICA, T. L em men Meyer, consul genera 
525 Front; F. Herrera, 331 Montgomery. 

DENMARK, N. Sonnichsen (acting), 322 CaUfoml 

ECUADOR, F. Herrera (acting), 331 Montgomery. 

FRANCE, Edmund Breuil, consul general, Jul* 
Belcoiir, vice, 436 Jackson. 

GERMAN EMPIRE, Adolph Rosenthal, 314 Sacn 
mento. 

GREAT BRITAIN, W. Lane Booker; Charles Masoi 
vice consul, 319 California. 

GREECE, E. V. Sutter, 513 Montgomery. 

GUATEMALA, L. C. Hanks, consul general, 2( 
California. 

HAWAII, H. W. Severance, 405 Front. 

HONDURAS, (vacant), 

ITALY, N. D. BarriUs, NW cor Kearny and Wa 
ington. 

JAPAN, Samro Takaki, vice consul, 703 Market. 

MEXICO, Manuel Azpiroz, 709 California. 

NICARAGUA, F. Herrera, 331 Montgomery. 

NORWAY and SWEDEN, N. Sonnichsen, (actir 
vice) , 322 Calif cmial 

PERU, Frederico De La Fuente y Subirat, 320 Sa: 
some. 

PORTUGAL, Francis Berton, Henry Laidley, vie 
SW cor Clay andLeidesdorff. 

RUSSIA, M. Klinkofstrom, 510 Battery. 

SAN SALVADOR, (vacant). 

SP-UN, Camilo Martin, 424 California. 

SWITZERLAND, Francis Berton, SW cor Clay ai 
Leidesdorff; Antoine Borel, vice consul, NW cor Cli 
and Montgomery. 

THE NETHERLANDS, James De Fremery, 710 Sa: 
some. 

TURKEY, George W. Gibbs, 33 Battery. 



I 



LIST OF VESSELS 

AJS^D MANAGiy& OWNERS, 

OF THE PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO, 



SUips. 

Names. Tons. 

Commodore 1130... 

Coquimbo 824... 

Pashing Wave...l054... 

El Dorado 1147... 

Germania 1216.. 

Grace Darling.... 1042... 

John Jay 541... 

King Philip 11S9... 

Lookout 106S... 

Revere 828.. 

Shirlev 1049.. 

Three Brothers...2972.. 

Warhawk 1015.. 

Wash. Lihby 1048.. 

Wildwood 1099.. 

Western Shore.. .1178.. 



urging Owner. 
.Samuel Blair 
.M'gs&Gawley 
.Chas. Hanson 
.A. J. Pope 
.P. B. Cornwall 
P. Taylor 
.H. P. Burr 
.Pope & Talbot 
.P. B. Cornwall 
..J. Kentfield 
..Chas. Hanson 
..George Howes 
.L. B. Mastick 
.Jacob Cousins 
.C. L. Taylor 
.Simpson Bros. 



Barks. 



Adelaide Cooper.. 297. 

Adele > 387. 

Amelia 397.. 

Amethyst 356.. 

Amle 628.. 

Antioch 646.. 

Architect 279.. 

Atalanta 868.. 

Aureola 822.. 

B. Aymar 517.., 

Brontes 398.. 

Buena Vista 737.. 

C. L. Taylor 367.. 

Cambridge 256... 

Camden 528.., 

Constitution 362.. 

Carlotta 483.. 

Carolina Reed 653.. 

Clara Bell 197.. 

Clara R. Sutil 258.. 

Cyane 296.. 

D. C. Murray 454.. 

David Hoadley...l068. 

Delaware 249.. 

Discovery 4i6... 

Dublin 706.. 

Elwood Cooper... 654.. 
Emma Augusta... 284.. 

Enoch Talbot 1235.. 

Eureka 296.. 

Florence _ 43t.. 

Forest Queen 511.., 

Frances Palmer.. 229.. 

Free Trade 370.. 

Fremont 477.. 

Gem of the Ocean 630.. 

Gen. Cobb 649.. 

Grace Roberts..... 269.., 

Harrison 327.. 

Harvest Home.... 59S.. 
Helen W. Almy... 314.. 

Iconium 660.. 

Ida F. Taylor..... 621.. 

Isaac Jeans 814.... 

J. B. BeU 7U6.. 

J. \V. Seavcr ... 

Legal Tender 211 

Lula 388.. 

Marmion 823. 

Mary Bell Roberts 369. 

Mary Glover 838. 

Melancthon 289., 

Menischikofl- 22;i 

Milan 773., 

Modoc 452., 

Monitor 236., 

Nistor 4.54. 

Northwest 515., 

Oak Hill >. &J9.. 

Oakland 534.. 

Occident 298., 

Onwanl 22.1.. 

Oregon r.. 88S 

Oemvn 483. 

Portland 494. 

Powhattan 432, 

Rainier. 499. 

Rival: 299. 



.C. L. Dingley 
..J. J. Friend 
,.Chas. E. Foye 
..P. B. Cornwall 
,.G. S. Fake 
..C. L. Tavlor 
.H. L. Davis 
..Robt. Clfaves 
.Samuel Blair 
,C.S. Hobbs 
.C. M. Nordberg 
.Pope & Talbot 
.C. L. Taylor 
.N. C. Brooks 
Pope & Talbot 
.N. Richard 
.Lewis Gerstle 
.C. L. Taylor 
..Ign't'us Pierce 
.A. W. Preston 
. J. F. Miller 
.J. C. MeiTill 
.Pope & Talbot 
.F. M. Rollin.s 
.J. Kentfleld 
.W. I. Adams 
.F. Korbell 
.S. B. Peterson 
,.J.Kentfld*Co. 
.Chas. JNelsou 
.T.W.Williams 
.C. L. Dingley 
.C. J. Janson 
. J.6. Merrym'n 
.G. Burns 
.C. L. Dingle v 
.W. J. Adams 
.S. B. Peterson 
.M. B. Roberts 
.J.J.McKinnon 
.E. Freeman 
.M. R. Roberts 

.. Sanderson 

..W. J. Adams 
..Snm'l B. Blair 
.W. I. Tuttle 
..A. Crawford 
..C. L. Taylor 
..Wm. Boyd 
..M. R. Roberts 
..S. L. Mastick 
..A. M. Simpson 
..Fred'k Clay 
.Pope& Talbot 
.Si vert Johnson 
.Charles Nelson 
.J. A. Marenho 
.M'gs& Gawley 
.S. E. Smith 
.M'gs AOawley 
.A. M. Simpson 
..Grennan & C>. 
.Peter Tavlor 
.Sam'l Blair 
.Sam'l Perkins 
.Pope <fe Talbot 
.Pope & Talbot 
.Sam'l Blair 



Ncane^. Tons. jyVging Owner. 

633.. .Chas. Hanson 

Sampson 753.. .S. E. Smith 

Shooting Star 673... Jno. Rosenfeld 

Tenny Pitts 552.. .Adams, B.&Co 

Tidal Wave 603... G. A. Sleigs 

Union 284... D. Beadle 

A'ictor 646...Rob't Cleaves 

Vidette 617... G. A. Meigs 

W. H. Gawlev 483.. .G. A. Meigs 

WellinstOD 449.. .N. Bichnrd 

Webfoot 361. ..A. M. Simpson 

Whistler 518... R. W. Simpson 



Brigs. 



Commodore 309, 

Crimea 22'2 

Deacon 4-3 

Glencoe 17h 

Hesperian 241, 

Hidalgo 175 

J. B. Ford 197. 

Josephine 218, 

Kitty Coburn 429... 

Koloa 175., 

Levi Stevens 526., 

Lucy Ann 200., 

Manulla 128. 

Merchantman 177., 

Nautillus 173.. 

North Star 410.. 

Orient 312. 

Percy Edward.. . 219.. 

Perpetua 276. 

Sea Waif 273. 

Sheet Anchor 212., 

T. W. Lucas 307. 

Tanner 255., 

Timandra 120.. 

Victoria 149. 

Willimantic 177.. 



.Ch.nf. Wilson 
.J. W. Dodge 
.Sam'l r^IiTritt 
.V. D.Wilkins'n 
.J. Dolbeer 
.J. Kentfield 
.C. Kirk 
.H.W.Kurlb'm 
.F. Korbell 
.Frederics Clay 
.Stev'ns,B&Co 
.Fred'k Clary 
,.AV. S. Bowne 
.C. F. Swan 
.M. Turner 
.G. M. Josselj-n 
.A. M. Simpson 
.N. Summer 
.A. McDonald 
,.AV. H. Koener 
.Jas, Hanngan 
.C. L. Taylor 
.J. C. Gunn 
.J. C. Merrill 
..F. S. Redlield 
.J. Kentfield 



Schooners. 



A. P. Jordan 181.., 

Abrah'm Lincoln 66... 

Active 148.. 

Ada May 84.. 

Addie Garcier 24., 

Adrianna 96.. 

Alameda 36.. 

Alaska 139., 

Alaska 32., 

Alaska 2S.. 

Alfred 96.. 

Alfred Adams 69.. 

Alice 232. 

Alice Haake 245.. 

Alice Kimball 107.. 

Amazone 4.3... 

Anastasia 37., 

Andrew Jackson'. 37. 
Anna Hermine ... 67.. 
Anna Mathilde... 34.. 

Annie 38.. 

Annie Caroline... 29.. 

Annie Gee 155.. 

Annie H. Johnson 33. 

Annie Harle.v 23. 

Annie StolTer 120.. 

Annie R. Forbes. 40.. 

Apache 40., 

Arab 49.. 

Arago 186., 

Arizona 84., 

Artful Dodger 53., 

Arthur 48.. 

Augusta Johnson 24... 
Aurora 193 

B. F. Lee 88 

B. H. Ramsdell... 134 

Barkis 25.., 

Bartlett Allen 26 

Bay City 41 

Belle 29 

Big River 160.., 

Bill the Butcher. 85. 
Black Diamond... 41, 



Peter Ciack 
.S. K. Nurse 
.C. Thornquist 
.B.W. Johnson 
..Pnt'k Mallon 
.Henrv Cowell 
.K. Karrason 
.J.A.C.B'rnst'p 
,.JiK<jb y. Tabor 
.C.H. Ingiversn 
,.J. B. Ford 
.T.W.McCol'm 
..J. A. Hooper 
.Geo. Goodrum 
..B. H. JIadson 

C. Schmaling 
.E. J. White 
.Daniel Short 
.H. Alpin 
.Peter Olsen 
.Lewis Gerstle 
.Henry Chne 
.John Simpson 
.G. W. McNear 
.C. G. Wilson 
.Jens Jergens'n 
.E. Winslow 
.J. B. Piper 
.N. E. Efi-ord 
.L. E. Larsen 
.H.A.Thoms'n 
.J. Miehelson 
.J. B. Piper 

John Johnson 
.E. P. Nisson 
.Albert Jacobs 
.James Tuflts 
.Jas. B. Chase 
.H. C. Besler 

Thos. Nelson 

Jos. Mitchell 
.And. Anderson 
.C. (Jhrlstiansen 

C. Krutzfeldt 



Black Swan 23.. .F. F. Lans( 



L..S. Perkins 
23...DanicnVhi 
43... J. Hansen 
39... W. E. T>om 
120...JamesMin 
23... D. Irabarai 
56...AV.A.J*'urns 
29.. .V. Giordan 
71...W. G. Bluh 
42... J. 31. Aver' 



Bobolink 

Bolinas 

C. T. Win6low\.. 

Caleb Curtis 

California 

California 

California 

Calistoga 

Carolita 

Caroline 

Caroline Z 32...Rich. John 

Caroline Medau... 73...Chas Backi 

Caroline MiUs 48...B. C.Gener 

Carrier Dove 54... Jacob Jant 

Catherine 32...M. C. Nissc 

Cath. Miller 35...W. C. Nicl 

Cesar Brans 40... R. Hansen 

Cecelia Maria 23.. .C. Decker 

Champion 44...C. AV. Wils- 

Challenge 44.. .Wm. Paint 

Charlotta 37... George Gra 

Cina Greenwood. 49... Drake De ] 

Cinderella 26...N. H. Woli 

Clara 30...B. H. Made 

Clara L. West 38...DavidShiri 

Clara Light 179...S. H. Merri 

Cohimbia 90.. .B. H. Mad 

Col. Baker 77...P. F. West 

Columbus 36.. .J. B. Piper 

Concordia 98.. .H. C. Groe] 

Cora 155.. .J. G. Jacks 

Cordelia 25... Fred. Hane 

Cygnet 237...J.L. Sanfoi 

D. 0. Raskins ]13...H.G. L'v'n 

D. S. Williams.... 416...C. Gustafs< 

D. W. Tietveu.... 49...H. Koopmi 

Daisy 20...J. C. Barst 

Dashing Wave... 149... J. McKinn( 

Dora 42... Peter Jacot 

Drea.luought 183... Fred Clay 

Dreadnought 40... 

E. B. Buffandeau 37... Jas. Sherry 

Echo 28...J. Anderso 

Eclipse 234... John Dolbi 

Eddy 39...E.R.Thcmi 

Eden 43...E<1. Christ 

Edward Lewis.... 47... Edward La 
E. J. McKinnon. 70...J.W.Jespei 
Eliza Johanson... 59.. .C. C. Blake 

I Elko 148... A. A. Cohe 

Ella Florence 128.. .A. Godefl'ro 

Ellen Adelia 53... Wm. Hans^ 

Ellen and Cthrine 36... Fred. Koec 
Ellen Gunderbon. 36... John Huct 

filnorah 167... C. Lass 

Elvenia 148... F. Gee 

Emilie Fransen... 86.. .Henry Jar 
Emilie Schroeder. 85.. .A. S. Jens( 

Emily 24... John Mani 

Emily F. Bicliard 3!)...r.T. 3Iiche; 
Emily Howard... 31.. .N. Bruns 

Emily Lundt 34...H. J. Speh 

Emma Adelia 33... Lewis (Use 

Emma Louise 89.. .P. Engerm 

Energy ;)y...c. L. Tayk 

Energy 24.. .H. Peterse 

Enterprise 190.. .J. W. McA 

Euphemia 39.. .H. Botcher 

Eustace 196...E. Newmai 

Eureka 29...S. Daly 

Excidere 43...F.Russelm 

K\pres.s .35...J. R. Ridei 

Fairfield 29...Wm. Kind! 

Faii-y Queen 99...Chas.Schn( 

Fannie 6I...J. C. Harlo 

Fannie Hare 164...Charles Ha 

Fanny 44...H. S. Tibbi 

Fanny A. Hyde... 93 .S. B. Petei 

Fanny Gllmor 90... I. E. Davis 

Fanny Jane 120.. .1'. Caughell 

Fanny Piper 47.. .J. B. Jergei 

Favorite 23...L. E. Bulk 

Fearless 22... J. F.Mulk 

Felicity 22.. .Wm. Barcl 

Flora 47.. .0. Hazard 

Flora Maybel 13...Jos. Mitchi 

Florence 149.. .W. B. Boui 

Flying Eagle 30...I. Gutte 



48 



NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



Karnes. Tons. ^gi^C Owner. 

■Fortima 23...Chae. Wolff 

Four h of'july... 50...Carl Hoysel 
Francaise. ..:.... 120...Mat'w Turner 

FraScfs Ford 12...E B. Baker 

Francis L. Steele 80...W G SchofleW 
Frpp Trade . 92.. .J. de Younge 

FrUhlof 243...0. Mattsan 

Fly nRMiit ■'. . .57...T.W.McColum 

iS^^e?--:;: ^:I^TS 
BE—:::. ^::i:Koi. 

Geo Louis:"....... 41...A. Jucbter 

g|^|«ifc |:.A. PeS 
Oeorgie woods.... 60._..J.^B. Pnper^^^ 

PniriPn Fipece" 48... J. Bernard 
g deSGaTe!.'::::: 9?-B. H ^adsen 

g?Sr 43...T110S. Collier 

Gre^nfleidV. 30...J. G. Jennings 

Gre.yhound 149...A. Crawford 

Ti TiPiuipl 74... I'anK 

h: l! Tiernan:;.;. 143...A. Crawford 
H N Euffgles .... 76... J. C. Merrdl 
h: S: Hadk.w ..... 24...A. D. Sproola 

Helen Surton 22...D. ismitH 

TTnmlpt 25...AVni. Green 

HnSiah" B'.P.ourne 23...H Marlkewitz 
Hannah Louise... 84...AV m. B.wn 

Harriet K 50...H.B. licnenor 

Harriet Rowe 77...A. Rowe 

Harry BUiff. 80...I. Gutte 

Harvest Queen... 32....J. J- Mollor 
Harvest riueen.... 21...Jas. W. Reed 

Hattie Porter 28...A.C'.Wentw'th 

Herkla . . 46.. ..J. T. Peierson 

Hocto? ■.■...... 24...J. B. Piper 

Helen jierriam... 67...B. H. Madsen 
Hera . 389... Jesse HoUaday 

Hfnda •'■ W-D- Beadle 

Ho King". 24...Richard Bullis 

Horace 36...X Lent 

Horace Templeton 43...A\'m.A.Nich Is 

Howard 73... Jas. Laflm 

Huecbica 35...C. Klmkerpy 

Humboldt 139.. .0. Kustel 

I B. Lunt 130...Jas.MeKmnon 

Ida 16...Z. Wheeler 

Ida Florence 58...Wm. Bethje 

Idalio 82...A. Wassernian 

Indust'ry:; 73...H. J. Brown 

Industry 21...J. B Pi.per 

Ino ... 98. B. G- Bixbee 

isabei:::".:.;;'.'. 240-^%^; irT,"^ 

Isabella W 24...G.C, Ashlack'n 

Island Belle 41...1Matt'w Turner 

Ivanboo 120... J. J.AValw'rtb 

J. C. Cousin: .... 49...Fr'man.Trask 

J. D. Sanborn 71.. .C. Vasquez 

J. H. "Roscoe 80... P. Veasey 

J. P. Haven 37...C.J. Fredrkson 

James Townsend 168...H. Wetherbee 

James Byrnes 34...L. Tarkelson 

Jeannette 35...Henr5; Stittens 

Jennie Thelen 146...H. C. 'VNnglit 

Jessie Fremont... 29...Geo. Pmkham 

Jessie NickersoD. ...S. Bonifield 

Jilt 28...W.H.Cbapm'n 

John and Samuel 74...S.H.N.Bowd'n 

John Bright 132.. .E. Newman 

John Frederick... 34... P. Charpentm 
John Hancock.... 148...H. AVetherbee 

John Hunter 84... J. J. AValw'rth 

John Lambert 30.. .A. L. Fish 

JohnMcCullough 72.. .L. Olsen 

John Nagel 66.. .P. Kossmann 

John Stilson 37.. .John Olson 

Johanne 90.. .W. H. Meyer 

Joseph Perkins... ...New 

Joseph Woollev... 120...I. N. Ingalls 

Josie 49...D. Wetgen 

Juventa 191.. .Geo. Goodman 

Kate Piper 71... J. P. Piper 

Kittie Stevens 131...C. C. Brock 

Kitturch 27... Johann. Junge 

Klaskanine 58... John Klunder 

Kosta Sacramento 30.. .Jas. Neylau 

Last Chance 28... P. Jacobson 

Laura M. Damon 21.. .Wm. Roberts 
Legal Tender 175...G.J. F.Windng 



Names. Tom. M'ging Owner. 

Len Young 33...J. D. Burner 

Lettitia 246...A. P.Lorentz'n 

Libby Malre 31. .A. Backman 

Liguria 23...L. Terkelsen 

Little River 97... Jos. Hanson 

Lizzie ...L. A. Cole 

Lizzie Der&v 98... Geo. Bennett 

Lizzie T. Adams.. 27... J. A. Plumner 

Lola 193...JamesMadden 

Loleta r20...F. Korbel 

Lorenzo and Wm. 23... J. B. Piper 

Louise --...E. K. T mason 

Louisa Harker.... 22...B. A.:AVall 
Louisa Morrison. 95...Jno. J. Morgan 
Louisa Simpson... 91... Andr'w Hagen 
Lovet Peacock.... 349.. .C. A. Nutsen 
M. E. Anderson... 40... A. T. Anderson 

M. Mangels 41...Chas. Brendt 

M. V. Hartman... 36.. .T. Harrison 

McClellan 24...P. Spreckles 

Mabel and Edith. 49...A. A. Cohen 

Madeline 34...C. E Sorensen 

Magenta 25...r)an'l Gioyana 

Maggie Douglass. 49... John Martin 
Maggie Johnston 135...A. Crawford 

Magnolia 47...And Anderson 

MargartCrockard 169... W. B. Godfrey 
Maria H. Nelson. 39...Hans Borsen 

Marietta 142...J.L.LeBanist'r 

M'thaandEliz'bth .56... W. F. Bourne 
Marv A. Fernand'z 49...B. Fernandez 

Mary Alice 26.. .G. Barbiere 

Marv Cleveland.. 9L..L. G. Peterson 

Marv Deleo 49.. .William Fox 

Mary Ellen 74...C. Nelson 

Mary E. Hall 27... I. N. McCune 

Mary F. Cruz 46.. .Henry Cruz 

Mary Gould 22...Mich'ls Daneri 

MarV Gratwick... 33.. .D. Morrison 

Mary Hart 49...A. Areus; 

Marv Joseph 23.. .A. F. J. Ivlahn 

Mary Zephyr 49...Louis Zephyr 

Matinee 37... C. F. Dean 

May Queen 123...L. B. Peterson 

Mendocino 92...P. AV. Gray 

Merced 105... C. J.Hamilton 

Mila Bond 33...Paul Corno 

Minette ...H. K. Jacobson 

Mission Canal 48.. .Charles Davis 

Modoc 48....LB. Piper 

Montana 93.. .K. C. Eldridge 

Mose 73... M. Nichols 

Mountain View... 43...Chas. Schiller 

Mvsterv 32.. .George Ellis 

N." L. Drew 121.. .A. H. Paul 

N. Van Bergen... 49...0.Christiansen 

Napa City 47.. .A. Knudsen 

Nathalie 31...H. Maybel 

Nautilus 43...J. C. Hanscom 

Nellie Carter 48...A. W. Mills 

NellvKich 46...A. G. Rich 

Newton Booth.... 91... Jas. Caughell 

Niantic 21. ..Frank Tilford 

Nicoline 69.. .H. Malzkewitz 

Nidaros 98....LF.W.Perm'n 

Nimrod 2S,.F. G. E. Tittel 

North Beach 47.. .N. P. Peterson 

Norway 193...Sivert Jonnson 

O. S. Fowler 35.. .D. Shirpser 

Ocean Pearl 196... J. H.Bruce 

OceTO Sprav 83.. .J. Kentfield 

Onward 35... C. Nelson 

Oregonian 247...R.AV. Simpson 

Osceola (scow).... 48.. .A. Crawford 

Otsego 36...B. W. Johnson 

P. and R. No. 6... 15.. .J. B. Piper 
P. and R. No. 7... 25.. .J. B. Piper 

Pacific 149... Peter Crack 

Page 110.. .N. Richard 

Parallel 148. ..Wm. M.Smith 

Pearl 31. ..M. M. Staples 

Peerless 27.. .Fred. Ogden 

Pet 49.. .H. L. Hey 

Petaluma 20.. .N. Bichard 

Phil. Sheridan.... 146...M. Olsen 

Phoebe Fay 49. .George Thole 

Pike County 36.. .A. ivittieson 

Piute 46.. .J. B. Piper 

Precursor 74.. .J. C. Hawley 

Prosperous 34...Claus Witt 

Queen of the Bay 19...AVm. AVarner 

Rainbow 43...AA'illiam Smith 

Rambler 23...R. A. Tyler 

Reliance 33... J. B. Stearns 

Reliance 2.5...Sam'l Burnett 

Redwood 27...F. G. E. Tittel 

Ringleader 41...F.Russelmann 



Karnes. Tons. M'ging Ovmer. 

Rival 35...C. C. Hill 

Robbie Hunter.... 57.. .Fritz Voight 
Rock of Cashel... 22.. .N. Arata 

Rosella 39...C. L. Place 

Rough and Beady 56.. . Louis Larsen 

S. E. Perry 39...D, AVitgen 

Saccoro 21... Henry Platte 

Sacramento 98.. .Wm. Sparks 

Salamander 30.. .N. Thomsen 

San Diego., 39...N.W.Joa'msen 

San Lorenzo 29.. .Hans Peters'n 

Santa Rosa 25...F. AVickberg 

Sarah 106.. .J. C. Eschen 

Sarah Louise 49...Henry Corley 

Scotland 78...C. L. Taylor 

Sea Foam 92... J. B. Fold 

Sea Nymph 91...C. Nelson 

Selma 87...H. A.Thomp'n 

Serena Thayer.... 206...A. Brown 

Sierra 28.. ..Tames Smith 

Siiver Cloud 32...N. H. Wultr 

Skvlark 4.5...A. E. Tom'reg 

Sneezer 32... J. Q. A. Tilton 

Solano 71.. .N. Bruns 

Sophia Hager 35.. .Samuel Blythe 

Sophia Johnson.. 29"...AV.AV.Dil'gb'm 
Sophia AVenger... 64.. .E. Krues 

Sparrow, 197.. .A. M. Simpson 

Speed 31...J. AV. Holt 

Squibob 39...Jas. McKinley 

St. Thomas 62.. .Jos. Johnson 

Staghound 137.. .A. Crawford 

Star 48...F. Rappellman 

Star of Freedom. 29.. .T. Lem. Meyer 
Stina Nicalaison.. 45... J. B. Jurgens 

Stranger 125...AV. G. Hall 

Summer Cloud.... 2.5...Thos. Haggett 

Superior 20.5...Fred'k Clay 

Susan A. Owens.. 30...J. H. C. Prien 
Susan Farnham.. 9.. .A. AVarner 

Susie 47.. .AV. H. Nichols 

Talonzo 23...Enos Taylor 

Tartar 49.. .N. G. Efibrd 

Therese 74...H.AV. Kurlb'm 

Thor 50...AVm. J. Gray 

Three Brothers... 37.. .T. Collie 

Three Sisters 62...5[artin A^ olt'rs 

Toccao 20...Rud'ph Cohen 

Traveer 33.. .J. G. Jennings 

Truckee 148.. .A. \. Cohen 

Twilight 18.5... E. P. Nissen 

Twin Sisters 24...C. A. Hooper 

Two Brothers 56...G. F. Byxbee 

Umpqua 50.. .Thomas Long 

Una 200.. .R. G. Bvxbee 

Uncle Abe 30.. .AV. H. Nichols 

Uncle Sam 114...B. H. Madsen 

Undaunted ...C. F. Miller. 

Undine 144.. .A. Kustel 

Urania 80...D. Shirpser 

U. S. Grant 33...C. S. N. Co. 

Valentine Alviso. 27...H. J. Jarvis 

Vanderbilt 98...A. Meyer 

Venus 118.. .A. Dodd 

Veto 47.. .S. 31. Snmmorfi 

Veiuna 84. ..J. ]• . Schleiden 

Vivid .■ 46.. .J. S. Ni.-hols 

AV. H. Mever 246.. .A. E. 1 jm n 

AV. H.Stevens.... 117.. .A. Crawf..rd 

AV. S. Phelps 101. ..Freem'n Smith 

AVar Eagle 34.. .E. Anders.. 

AVard J. Parks.... 240.. .J. I'riend 

AA^est AVind 36...J. B. Piper 

AVestern Home... 135... J. C. Mer'thew 
AA'estern Home... 135.. .Jos. Jobnson 

AA'ild Gazelle 114...T. AV. McCol'n 

AVilliam 40.. .John .Jurrs 

AA'illiam and Albert 33... C. Parnow 

AVilliam Hicks .58.. .AV. A. Stuart 

AVinfleld Scott 50.. .T. ihump.son 

AVitch of the Bay 22.. .J. B. Piper 
AVm. F. Bourne.. 136...ChRS. Hanson 
AVm. Frederick... 42...(.'harlcs Unvii 
AVm. Hamilton... 24...Iinu'l Mornsoi 

AVm. Sutton 71... J. F. Miller 

AA'onder 49...Enos Ta.vlor 

Yosemite 28... L. Torkelson 

Z. B. Heywood... 107...J. F. Lorenz 

Sloops. 

Albatross 21... J. Thorkelsen 

America 39...E. H. Alpm 

Banner 33...Chas. Harley 

C. Allison 44...F. Brown 

C. L. Place 29...J. B. Piper 

Caroline 40.. .C. Blane 



LIST OF VESSELS. 



49 



^'ames. Tons. 

Cynthia 2£ 

D. N. Darlington 21.. 

Dorinda 25.. 

Emerald 22.. 

Emma „ 29.. 

F. W. Crawford.. 33.. 

Fearless 22.. 

J. Stillson 37.. 

Maggie 11.., 

McClellan 24.. 

Mystorv 32. 

P. A. Owens. 37. 

Red Fish 24.., 

Salinas 20.. 

Ban Jose 32., 

Barah .\nnle 21.. 

Sycamore 35.. 

Thomas Brown.. 29.. 

W. K. Allen 20.. 

Wm. Whipple..... 29.., 

Foung America.. 24... 



Mana'g Owner. 
..P. Donahue 
,.P. Ahem 
.A.A.L'derback 
.J. L. Ecklev 
.W. K'nschmdt 
.J. Smith 
.Clauss Witt 
.J. Olsen 
.J. X. Elliot 
.Charles Davis 
.George Ellis 
Chas. Schmitt 
C. Decker 
.Charles Ahel 
.Chas. Wilson 
..Chas. Hanson 
.M. E.C.Charrol 
.F. N. Laughey 
Drake MoKay 
Henry Jleyer 
.Jas. Anderson 



Steamsliips. 

Max 1.S51...F. BoUes 

llameda 813.. .Royal Fisk 

Alexander. 295.. .John F. Miller 

Mice 74...H. C. Clark 

ilice Garratt 285... T. C.Walker 

Uvarado 49... I. Burns 

Simador 897.. .L. Stanford 

Amelia 38.5.. .L. Stanford 

^nasha 39...D. C.McRuer 

Unie Stewart.... 316...Wm. TurnbuU 

Lntelope 581. .. Peter Donohue 

Intloch 71.. .C. Turner 

Janner 175...C. S. N. Co. 

JeUe 90...Chas. Nutsen 

Jrisk 132...A. A. Cohen 

Jollion 147...Thos. H. Selbr 

'. J. Brenham.... 133.. .A. B. Simpson 

!. M. Small 98... J. R. Rideout 

Jalifornia(s. wh.) 874... G., N. & P. 
Jalifornia (prop.) 674...W. Norris 

Japltol 1625... L. Stanford 

Jaroiine 68...G. W. Hooper 

Jarquines 102.. .L. B. Mizner 

niin du Wan 182...L. Stanford 

!hrysopolis 10S6...L. Stanford 

!lara Crow 50.. .Lewis Franng 

!linton 194...M. S. Latham 

locopah 231.. .B. M. Hartsh'u 

Jolorado 179...B. M. Hartsh'n 

Iclumbia 90.. .B. H. Madson 

!ommodore_ 100... Geo. F. Bragg 

lonstance 148... W.H. Gates" 

Jonstantlne 320.. .C. Nelson 

tontlncntal M...Samuel Clark 

lontra Costa 449...M. S. Latham 

loquille 164...AVm. C. Lvnde 

!ora 248... L. Stanford 

tordelia 60.. .W. Homnerbrg 



2^nmes. Tons. Mana'a Owner. 

Cornelia 382...L. Stanford 

Cricket 45...P. Banning 

Dashaway 125...Henry Pierce 

Defiance 59.. .C. S. N. Co 

Donald 133...G.. N. <fe P'kns 

Dover 184...L. Stanford 

Eastport (screw). 484... Donald Beadle 

Eclipse 498...C. S. X. Co 

ElCapitan. 983... {^; ^ran. and 

Elk 24...J. keves ' "' 

Ellen 48...M. P. Miner 

Emma 68.. .B. Baron 

Empire (screw)... 732...Donald Beadle 

Empire City 102...L. Stanford 

Enterprise 246...T. Mayer 

Escort 99...L. Stanford 

Express 74...E. Jones 

Fanny Ann 88....Thos. H. Selbv 

Fearless :. 77...Claus Witt " 

Fideliter 175... W. Cole 

Flora 224... C. S. X. Co. 

Flora Tempie 304.. .E. H. MiUer 

Gem 236...L. Stanford 

Gila 236... Wm. Hobson 

Gipsy 142... G. N.&P. 

Goodman Castle.. 160.. .L. Stanford 

Gov. Dana 300...L. Stanford 

Gov. Stanford 68... J. McM. Sh'ter 

Gussie Telfair 413... C. J. Brenham 

H. H. Buhne 98... J. Kentfield 

H. M. Hutchinron 97.. .G. Niebaum 

Harriet 94...Loui8 Haas 

Helen Hensley.... 395...Col. S. X. Co. 

Hope 74.. .J. Barron 

Idaho 1077.. .X. P. T. Co. 

J. A. McClellan... 73... 

J.H.Redmond(t.) 48...J. H.Redmond 
John L.Stephens.l837...C. J. Brenham 

Julia 520...L. Stanford 

Kalorama 469...Chas. Goodall 

Kate 22...H. F.Williams 

Lark 271...L. Stanford 

Larkin 24.. .Vv. R. Hudson 

Laura EUen 26.. .H. H. Buhne 

Lizzie 69...S. A. Cole 

Lookout (tug) 64.. .J. Kentfield 

Los Angeles 493.. .C. Nelson 

Los Angeles 102...T.L.M.Chipley 

Louisa : 368.. E. H. Miller 

M.S.Latham 264... 

Jlare Island 338.. .H. Y. Graves 

Mary Anne 77.. .H. H. Buhne 

Mary Emma 48.. .H. Y. Graves 

3Iary Ta.vlor 47... G.G. W.Morgan 

Jlontana 1004...B.M.H'tsh'rne 

Monterey 194.. .C. Nelson 

Moses Taylor 135«...G.G.W.Morg'n 

31oulton 293...E. H. MlUer 

Merrimac 43... 

Mohongo 1331.. .G., X. & P. 

Mojave 193...B.M.H'tsh'rne 

Mono 194.. .L. Stanfora 



^, , - 5.31 

Xewbem 94;j 

XinaTilden 107 

Oakland 286 

Olynipia ;i082: 

Oriflamme 493 

Orizaba .1244 

Pacific 876. 

Parthenius 294. 

Paul Pry 331. 

Pearl 31 

Peerless .'.""" 46 ' 

Pelican 65l" 

Pet. 36."; 

Petaluma 249 

Pilot 146:: 

Pioneer 137 

Pioneer ::' 62" 

Pioneer 23.. 

Poco Tiempo...: " 28 

Princess 193.:, 

Kaboni (tug) 98.. 

Red Blufi-. 244... 

Reform 132.. 

Reliance 237 

Relief .;; i4^.\ 

Rescue (t, on stks) ., 

Rival 26 

S. L. Mastick 194.: 

S. M. Whipple.... 235.. 

Sacramento 541. 

Salinas 149.. 

San Joaquin 78.: 

San Jose 29.. 

San Lorenzo 72.: 

San Luis 319.. 

Santa Cruz 295 

Senator 1012.. 

Sligo 87.. 

Sol Thomas jr(t.) 82.., 

Solano 147... 

Sonoma 179.., 

T. C. Walker 236... 

Thoroughfare 1012... 

Transit 29... 

Tulare 162... 

Tuolumne Citv ... 79... 

Twin Sisters „ 74... 

VaUeJo 241... 

Vaquero 106... 

Ventura 725.., 

Victor 273... 

Washington 148... 

Washoe 580.. 

Water Witch (tug) 40... 

Wilson G. Hunt... ... 

Wizard 117... 

Wm. Taber 974... 

Yosemite 1272... 

Youkon 20.. 

Zenith 24.., 



Mana'g Oivner. 
• G. W. Allars 
...M. Griflith 
-E. H.Miller Jr 
...Col. S. N. Co. 
...B.M.H'tsh'rne 
..E. H. Miller 
..C. J. Brenham 
..D. B. Finch 
G., N. & P. 
..G.,X. &P. 
..Philip Caduc 
,..L. Stanford 
...O. Hall 
.R. L.Offden 
.Ben. Holladav 
.C. S. N. Co. ■ 
J. H. Sayre 
M. P. Minor 
A. Xelson 
E. D.Wheatley 
C. Underwood 
Jacob Cousins 
H. A. Cobb 
B'k D.Coal Co. 
L. Stanford 
A. Xelson 
..L. Stanford 
.And'w Xelson 
..M. Griffith 
..W. S. Brown 
.8. L. Mastick 
.Chas. Sessions 
..L. Stanford 
.Charles Xelson 
.J. H. Roberts 
.J. C. MerriU 
.Wm. Roberts 
.John Parrott 
Chas. Xelson 
.G. N. & P. 
.F.W.Hutchs'n 
.John Kentfield 
.Nlch'lasBruns 
.J. J. Stofen 
L. Stanford 
L. Stanford 
H. B. Tichner 
L. Stanford 
John Schrek 



A. Powell 
Chas. Goodall 
C, S. X. Co. 
L. Stanford 
E. H. MlUer 
Chas. Goodall 

B. W. Mudge 
Chas. Goodall 
Jno. T. Wright 
L. Stanford 
R.H.Wat'man 
H. Wetherbee 



Street and Avenue Guide. 



EXPLANATORY. 



" Market street shall be the starting point for the numbers on all buildings fronting on the streets running therefrom 
in a northerly direction, and also for those running therefrom in a southwesterly direction. The streets laid down in 
the official map of the city as forming the water front thereof, shall be the starting point for numbers on all streets 
running westerly and southwesterly therefrom, except upon such streets running westerly commencing from Market 
street, and upon all such streets Market street shall be the starting point for numbers. On all streets the numbers on 
the northerly or northeasterly sides thereol' shall be even numbers, and on the southerly or southwesterly sides 
thereof shall be odd numbers. One hundred numbers, or as many thereof as may be necessary, shall be allotted to 
each block boimded by principal streets, numbers 100,200 and 300 being respectively the numbers for commencing the 
blocks distant one, two and three streets from the starting point on the side designated for even numbers, and numbers 
101, 201 and 301 in similar manner for the opposite side of the street throughout its extent ; so that the initial figure of 
the number placed on a building at any street crossing shall indicate the number of main streets such street crossing Is 
from the starting point. Not less than twenty feet in frontage of all vacant lots of ground shall be allowed for each 
number. On all cross or intermediate streets the numbering shall commence where said streets begin, and shall con- 
form to the pian specified in this OiAev."— City Ordinance. 



PAKKS, PLAZAS AND SQUAEES. 



Alamo Square, bet Scott, Stelner, Hayes and Fulton. 
Alcatraz Square, bet Jefferson, Franklin, North 

Point and Gough. 
Alta Plaza, bet Scott, Stelner, Jackson and Clay. 
Buena Vista Park, bet Utah, Vermont, Napa and 

Shasta. 
Columbia Square, bet Folsom, Harrison, Seventh 

and Columbia. 
Oolden Oate Part, bet D and H from the ocean to 

Stanyan, and bet Fell and Oak to Baker, 
Hamilton Square, bet Scott, Stelner, Post and Geary. 
Holly Park, Bernal heights. 



Ada, see AVells Court. 

Ada Court, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hvde fm O'Far- 

■ rell N. 

Adam, bet San Bruno 
road and California av, B 
H, N and S s Eve st 

Adamiii, bet Scott and De- 
visadero, fm Taylor to 
Turk. 

Adelaide Place, bet 
Geary and Post, fm Tay- 
lor W. 

Adele, bet Chace and 
Stringham S to Hecker, 
fm Islais Creek. 

Adele Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell, f'm Jack- 
son N. 

Adler. see Dupont alley. 

Adona Place, N s 
Washington, bet Mason 
and Taylor. 

Agnes Iiane, N s Val- 
lejo, bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Alabama, bet Columbia 
and Harrison, fm Twenty- 
first S to Serpentine av. 

Alameda, bet Merrimac 
and El Dorado, fm the bay 
W to South and fin Eighth 
to Harrison 

Alaska, bet Water Front 
and Mexico, fm Water 
Front S to-India. 

A 1 e m a n y Avenue, 
Academy tract. 

Allen, bet Union and Fil- 

be rt, f m Hyde W. 



Allen, fm Cortland av S to 
Crescent av. 

Alley's Court, bet San- 
some and Montgomery N 
fm Greenwich. 

Allison Avenue, West 
End Map No 2. 

Alniera, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde N fm 
Clay. 

Alta Place, bet Union 
and Filbert fm Sansome W. 

Amador, bet Islais and 
Calaveras fm the bay to 
First av. 

Amazon, Excelsior H As 

Amberst, University H 
Ass 

Anderson, fm California 
av S to Courtland av, B H 

Andreiv, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Folsom N. 

Ankeny Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Powell E 

Anna, bet Powell and Ma- 
son fm Eddy N. 

Annie, bet New Mont- 
gomery and Third I'm Mar- 
ket to Mission 

Anthony, bet First and 
Second fm Mission to 
Jessie. 

Antonio, bet Ellis and 
O'Farrell fm Jones W. 

.-Vrago, Belleroche City. 

Arch, City Lana Ass 

Arizona, bet Colorado and 
Idaho fm Water Front S to 
India. 



Jackson Park, bet Santa Clara, Mariposa, Carolina 
and Arkansas. 

I^afayetle- Square, bet Sacramento, Gough, Wash- 
ington and Laguna. 

liObos Square, bet Webster, Laguna, Chestnut and 
Bay. 

Portsmouth Square, bet Clay, Washington, Kearny 
and Brenham. 

South Park, bet Bryant, Brannan, Second and Third. 

Union Square, bet Powell, Stockton, Post and 
Geary. 



and Uni( 

Arkansas, bet Connecti- 
cut and Wisconsin fm Six- 
teenth S to Tulare 

Arlington, fm San Jose 
road nr Charles SW to 
Mateo. 

Army, bet Twenty-sixth 
and Twenty - seventh im 
San Jose av W to Bellevue. 

Ash Avenue, bet Fulton 
and McAllister fm Larkin 
to Filmore. 

Ashburton Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Dupont 
E. 

Aslibury, bet Masonic av 
and Clayton S I'm Fulton. 

Ashland Place, bet 
Potter and Eleventh fm 
Mission N. 

Athens, Excelsior H Ass. 

Auburn, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Jackson to Pa- 
cific. 

August Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Green N. 

Austin, bet Pine and Bush 
fm Larkin to Octavia. 

Aztec, betCherubuscoand 
Buena 'Vista NE s Coso 
av, B H. 



Bache, Hollidav Map BH. 

Bacon, University H Ass 

Bagley Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
O'Farrell N. 

Baker, bet Broderick and 
Lyon fm Haight to Lewis. 



Baker ATenne, E s 

Railroad av E to Islais 
Creek. 
Baldwin Court, bet 

Fremont and First fm Fol- 
som NE. 
Banks, fm California av S 

to Cortland av, B H. 
Ballance, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Jack- 
son to Gold. 
Bannan Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fin 
Green N. 
Bartlett, bet Warren and 
Merced S to Laidley S s 
Thirtieth. 
Bartlett, bet Valencia and 
Mission fm Twenty-second 
S to Serpantine av. 
Street. W. side/. 

Twentieth 2 

Twenty -first 100 

Twenty-second 200 

Twentv-third 300 

Twentv-fourth ,.. 400 

Twenty-fifth 500 

Twenty-sixth 600 

Bartlett Alley, bet 

Kearny and Dupont ftn 

Jackson to Pacific 
Bartol. bet Sansome and 

Montgomery fm N s 

Broadway to Valiejo. 
Battery, bet Front and 

Sansome fm Market to 

Lombard. 
Street. E. sside 
Market 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



51 



100 



300 



Pine 

California. 

Halleck 

Sncramento 

Commercial 

Clay 400 

Merchant 

Washington 500 

Oregon 

Jackson ,_ 600 

Pacific 700 

Chambers 

Broadway SOO 

Flint AUoy 

Vallejo 900 

Green 1000 

Commerce 

Union 1100 

Filbert 1200 

Creenwich 1300 

Baner, .\cademy tract. 
Bay, bet Francisco and 
North Point fm Kearny 
to Presidio Reservation. 
ktreet. y. side. 

Kearny 2 

Dupont 100 

Midway East 

Stockton 200 

Midway West 

Powell .300 

Mason 400 

Taylor. .500 

Jones 600 

Montgomery avenue 

Leavenworth 700 

Hvde 800 

Larkin 900 

Polk 1000 

Van Ness avenue 1100 j 

Franklin. 1200 , 

Gough 1300 1 

Octavia ..1400 

Laguna 1-500 

Buchanan 1600 

Webster 1700 

Fillmore ISOO 

Steiner 1900 

.Pierce 2000 

Scott 2100 

Devisadero 2200 

Brodericb 2300 i 

Baker 2400 I 

Baj View riace, bet 1 

Leavenworth and Jones 
N fm Union. 
Beach, bet North Point ' 
and Jefferson fm Dupont 
to Presidio Keservation. 
Street. ^V. xide. 

Powell 2 

"Mason 100 

Taylor 200 

Jones .300 

Leavenworth 400 

Montgomery av 

Hyde 500 

Larkin...„ 600 

"Polk 700 

;Van Ness a venue 800 

^Franklin. 900 

-Gough 1000 

jOctavia 1100 

laguna 1200 

3iichanan i;j00 

tWebster 1400 

aPillmore 1500 

igteiner 1600 

gMerce „ 1700 

«cott 1800 

Devisadero 1900 

Broderick 2000 

Baker 2100 

Beacon, fm Castro SE to 
Btmis.W to Castro. 

Beale, bet Main and Fre- 
mont fm Market SE to the 



^ Street. S. TU. side. 

Market 2 

UtssioD _ .... 100 

Howard 200 

Eolsom 300 

Beale Place 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 500 



Beale Place, bet Fol- 

scini and Harrison fm 

Main W. 
Beale Mace, bet Fol- 

som and Harrison fm 

Beale E. 
Beaver, bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteemh fto Noe W 

to Castro. 
Bedford Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fim 

Jackson N. 
Belden, bet Montgomery 

and Kearny fin Bush to 

Pine. 
Bellair Place, bet Du- 

Sont and Stockton fin 
hestnut to Francisco. 
Belleview Avenue.W 

End Homestead. 
Bellevue, W of Ellen fin 

Elizabeth to Thirtieth. 
BellCTne Avenue, bet 

Stockton and Dupont S to 

Filbert S s Greenw ich. 
Beniis, fm Beacon SE to 

Fairmount, thence SW to 

Castro. 
Benton Avenue, Holi- 
day Map. 
Bepler. W E Slap No 2. 
Berlin. University H As. 
Bernadotte, bet Islais 

and Schneider fm Islais 

Creek Channel NE to Sixth 

av. • 
Bcrnal. fm Vermont to 

Marengo E of San Bruno 

road. 
Bernal, S s Serpentine av 

S to Precita av. 
Bernard, bet Pacific and 

Broadway fm Taylor to 

Leavenworth. 
Berrj', bet King and 

Channel SW fm Second to 

Eighth. 
Street. jN'. W. side. 

Second 2 

Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin 

Fourth 200 

Fifth 300 

Sixth 400 

Seventh 500 



Berry, bet Sutter and Bush 

tin Dupont E. 
Bidlenian, bet Scott and 

Devisadero fm Ellis to 

OTarrell. 
Bircli, bet Grove and Ful- 
ton fm Larkin W. 
Bismark, West End 

Map No 2. 
Blackstone Place, N 

s Lombard nr Larkin. 
Bluxoiue, bet Brannan 

and Townsend fm First 

SW. 
Boardman Place, bet 

Sixth and Seventh fm ; 

Braiman NW. 
Boston Place, bet Fol- 

som and Harrison fm First 

E. 
Bourbon, bet Precita 

Creek and Norman fm Or- , 

leans NE. i 

Bourn, bet Chace and 

Freelon » to Hecker S s 

Kossuth. I 

Bowdoin, University H 

Ass. 
Bowie Avenue, bet 

Howard and Folsom, fm \ 

Tenth to Eleventh. , 

Bojce, bet Williamson 

and Cook fm Point Lobos ; 

av N to Laurel Hill Cem- ! 

etery. I 

B<wd, bet Harrison andj 

Brvant and Seventh and ■• 

Eighth. ; 

Bradford, N fm Cortland 

av, B H. 



Brady, bt Potter and Her- 
mann fta Market SE to 
Mission. 
BradyPlace, bet Green 

and LTnion fm Larkin E. 
Brannan, bet Bryant 
and Townsend SW ftn 
Beale to Potrero av. 
Street. y. W. side. 

Beale 2 

Fremont lOO 

First 200 

Second 300 

Stanford 

Park Lane 

Thompson avenue 

Third 400 

Ritch 

Zoe 

Fourth 500 

Fifth 600 

Si.xth 700 

Clinton 

Brannan Place 

Geneva 

Boardman Place 

Brannan Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 800 

Eighth 900 

Ninth 1000 

Brannan Place, bet 

Sixth and Seventh fm 



Brazil, Excelsior H A 
Brcnliani Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Clay to AVashington. 
Brewster, im Hope SW 

to California av. B H. 
Brigrht, City Land Ass. 
Broad, W s Old San Jose 

ruad nr San Miguel statu. 
Broadway, bet Pacific 

and Vallejo W fm Davis. 
Street. y. side. 

Davis 2 

Front 100 

Battery 200 

Sansome 300 

Ohio 

Bartol 

Montgomery 400 

Kearny 500 

Pinkney Place 

Montgomery avenue 

Dupont 600 

Duncan Court 

Stockton 700 

Virginia Place 

Morev AUev 

Powell 800 

Scott Place 

Mason 900 

Salmon 

Tavlor 1000 

Sweet 

Florence 

Jones 1100 

Leavenworth 1200 

Morse Place 

H.vde 1300 

Larkin 1400 

Polk 1.500 

Van Ness avenue 1600 

Franklin 1700 

Gough 1800 

tictavia 1900 

Laguna 2000 

Buchanan 2100 

AVebster 2200 

Fillmore 2300 

Steiner 2400 

Pierce 2-300 

Scott 2600 

Devisadero 2700 

Broderick 2800 

Baker 2900 

Broderick, bet Devisa- 
dero and Baker fm Waller 

to Lewis. 
Broderick Avenue, 

bet Eleventh and Potter, 

fm Market S. 
Brooklyn Place, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fin 

Sacramento S. 



Brooks, bet Keamv and 
Dupont ftn Market to 
Geary. 
Brosinan, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fm Valencia to 
Guerrero. 
Brown's Alley, bet 
H\ de and Larkin fm McAl- 
lister N. 
Brown's Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Bush to Pine. 
Bryan Place, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Bush N. 
Bryant, bet Harrison and 
Brannan SW fm Spear to 
Eleventh. 
Street. JV. W. side. 

Spear 2 

Main .; lOo 

Beale „ aoo 

Fremont .'." 300 

First 400 

Rincon place 

Stanly ,...., 

Second 500 

Center 

Third 600 

Ritch 

Zoe 

Fourth 700 

Fifth.... 800 

Fifth avenue 

Oak Grove avenue 

Park avenue 

Sixth 900 

Clinton 

Garden 

Jones Place 

Seventh 1000 

Downey 

White place 

Decatur 

Eighth 1100 

Bryant avenue 

Ninth 1200 

Tenth 1300 

Bryant Avenue, bet 
York and Columbia fm 
Twenty-first S to Serpen- 
tine av. 
Bryant Avenue, bet 
Eighth and Ninth fm Bry- 
ant NW. 
Buckanan, bet Laguna 
and Webster N fm Mar- 
ket to Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Ridley 2 

Kate 100 

Waller 200 

Haight 300 

Page 400 

Lilly 

Oak 500 

Hickory 

Fell 600 

Linden 

Hayes 700 

Ivv 

Grove 800 

Birch 

Fulton 900 

Ash avenue , 

McAUister 1000 

Locust 

Tvler 1100 

Tbrk 1200 

Edd.v 1300 

Ellis 1400 

O'Farrell 1500 

Gearv 1600 

Post 1700 

Sutter 1800 

Bush 1900 

Pine.... .2000 

California 2100 

Sacramento ^W 

Clay ^ 

Washington -^ 

Jackson ^ 

Pacific 2600 

Broadway 270O 

Vallejo ^ 

Green ^ 

Union 3000 



54 



NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



Eliza Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Union N. 

Eliza Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Washington 
N. 

Elizabefli, bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth 
fm Noe "\V to Bellevue. 

Ellen, bet Douglass and 
Bellevue fm Elizabeth S to 
Thirtieth. 

Ellen, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Harrison N. 

Ellick Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 

Ellick tane, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell ftn Califor- 

Ellis,"bet Eddy and OTar- 
rellW fm junction Stock- 
ton and Market. 
Street. JV. side. 

Market 2 

Powell 100 

Anna 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth ... 



300 



yde.. 



700 



.1000 



Fairmount, fm San 

Jose road W to Bemis S 

of Kandal. 
Faith. NW to Brewster, 

B H. fm California av. 
Falcon, see Ei.£rhteenth. 
Falcon Place, bet 

Broadway andVallejo fi\ 

Taylor E. 
Farragut Avenue, W 

E Map No 2. 
Farrallones, K R H A. 
Farren Avenne, bet 

Pierce and Scott fm Eddy 

N. 
Fell, bet Oak and Hayes 

W fm junction Polk and 

Market. 
Street. if. side. 

Market 2 

"Van Ness avenue 100 

Franklin 200 

Gough 300 

Octavia 400 

Laguna 500 

Buchanan 600 



Larkin 

Polk 

Van Ness avenue, 

Frantilin 

Gough 1100 

Octavia 1200 

Laguna 1300 

Buchanan 1400 

HoUis 

Webster 1500 

Eillmore 

Steiner 1700 

Pierce , 1800 

Earren avenue 

Scott 1900 

Devisadero 2000 

Broderick 2100 

Ellswortli, fm California 

av S to Cortland av, B H. 

-" Elm Avenue, bet Tvler 

andTuikftuE s Polk W. 

Emma, bet Bush and 

Pine fm Stockton E. 
Emma Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Chest- 
nut S. 
Emmet Place, bet Call- 
tornia and Sacramenlo fin 
Stockton W. 
Erie, bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth fm Mission to 
Howard. 
Esmeralda Avenue, 
fm North av NW to Cali- 
fornia av, B H. 
Essex, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Folsom to Harrison 
Essex Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Second 
NE. 
Estefania, SW to Islais 
creek fm Junction of 
Hecker and Stringham. 
Eugenie, bet Josephine 
and Wood N to Laurel 
Hill Cemetery N s Point 
Lobos av. 
Eureka, bet Diamond 
and Douglass fm Seven- 
teenth S to Twenty-third. 
Enrelia, S of West El 
Dorado tin Sixth to Six- 
teenth. 
Eve. W s San Bruno road 

W to California av, B H. 
Everett, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Third to 
Fourth. 
Ewer Place, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Ma- 
son W. 

Fair Oaks, bet Guerrero 
and Dolores fm Eighteenth 
to Nineteenth and fm 
Twenty-first to Twenty- 
fourth 



Webster 7UU 

Fillmore 800 

Steiner 900 

Pierce 1000 

Scott HOC 

Devisadero 1200 

Broderick 1300 

Baker 1400 

Fella Place, bet Bush 

and Pine fm Powell E. 
Fern Avenue, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Larkin to 
Laguna. 
Fern Avenue, bet Scott 
and Pierce fm Eddy to 
Ellis. 
Ferric, bet Cook and Col- 
lins fm Point Lobos av N 
to Laurel Hill Cemetery. 
Fifteentli, bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Han-ison W to Castro. 
Fifth, bet Fourth and 
Sixth fm Market SE to the 
bay 





1000 


Leavenworth 


1100 


RandaU place 




Syde 




Larkin 


1300 


Polk 


1400 


Van Ness avenue.... 


1500 


Franklin 


1600 


Gough 


1700 






Laguna 


1900 


Buchanan 




Webster 


2100 




2200 


Steiner 


2300 


Pierce 


2-400 


Scott 


2500 


Devisadero 


2600 


Broderick 




Baker 


2800 



Street. 

Market 

Stevenson..., 

Jesjie 

Mission 

Jlinna 

Natoma 

Howard 

Tenama 

Clementina.. 

Folsom 

Shipley 

Clara 

Harrison 

Perry 

Bryant 

Brannan 

Townsend.. 

King 

Berry 

Channel 



;S'. W. side. 



Fifth Avenue, bet Fifth 

and Sixth tm Harrison S. 

Filbert, bet Union and 

Greenwich AY fm Front to 

Presidio Eeservation. 

Street. jV. side. 

Front 2 

Battery 100 

Sansome 200 

Montgomery 300 

Kenriiy 400 

Filbert place 

Varenne 

Grand place 

Dupont 500 

Medau place 

Jasper place 

Stockton 600 

Powell 700 

Montgomtr\ a\ Luue 

Ga\(U * 

Scotland 

Mason 
Ta% lot 
Pioach alle^ 



Filbert Place, bet 

Kearnv and Dupont fm 

Union to Filbert. 
Fillmore, bet Webster 

and Steiner N fm Kidley to 

Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Ridley 2 

Kate 100 

Germania 

Waller 200 

Haight 300 

Page 400 

Oak 500 

Fell 600 

Haves 700 

Grove 800 

Fulton 900 

McAUister 1000 

Tvler 1100 

Turk 1200 

Eddv 1300 

EUis 1400 

Bvington 

O'Farrell 1.500 

Geary 1600 

Po.st 1700 

Sutter 1800 

Bush 1900 

Wildey 

Pine 2000 

California 2100 

Sacramento 2200 

Clay 2.300 

Washington 2400 

Jackson 2500 

Pacific 2600 

Broadwav 2700 

Vallejo 2800 

Green 2900 

Union .3000 

Filbert 3100 

Pixley plaoe 

Greenwich .3200 

Moulton 

Lombard .3300 

Chestnut 3400 

Francisco .3500 

Bay 3600 

NorthPoint 3700 

Beach 3800 

Jefferson 3900 

Tonquin 4000 

First, bet Fremont and 
Second fm Market SE to 
the bay. 
Street. S. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Lick alley 



First Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth ftn Harrison to 
Bryant. 

First Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fin Six- 
teenth N. 

Flint Alley, bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo fm Bat^ 
terv W. 

Florence, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Broadway to 
Vallejo. 

Florence,Bernal Heights 

Florence, City Land Ass. 

Florida, see Bryant av. 

Folsom, bet Howard and 
Harrison SW fm East to 
Thirteenth thence S. 
Street. .V. W. side. 

East 2 

Steuart 

Spear 100 



Main 

Beale 

Zoe place 

Fremont 

Baldwin Court... 

Grant place 

First 

Ecker 

Essex 

Second 

Hawthorne 

Hampton place.. 
Third 



700 



800 



Jlission 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 

Tehama 

Tehama plai 
Clementina.. 



100 



Guy place 

Boston place,... 
Laurel place..., 

Harrison 

Goodsell place., 

Bryant 

Frederick 

Brannan 



900 



.1000 



...1100 



.1500 



.1700 



P.itch 

Haywood 

Fourth 

Miller place 

Fifth 

Willow 

Sixth 

Caroline 

Harriet 

Columbia 

Buss 

Sherman 

Moss 

Seventh 

Dora 

Langton 

Harrison avenue, 

Kousch 

Folsom avenue... 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Juniper 

Eleventh 

Nevada 

Twelfth 

Thirteenth 

Creek lane 

Fourteenth 1800 

Fifteenth 1900 

Sixteenth 2000 

Seventeenth 2100 

Eighteenth 2200 

Nineteenth 2300 

Twentieth 2400 

Twentv-flrst 2.500 

Twentv-second 2600 

Twentv-third 2700 

Twentv-fourth 2800 

Twenty-fifth 2900 

Twentv-sixth 3000 



Folsqm Avenue, 

Seventh and Eighth fm 
Folsom SE. 
Foote Avenue, W End 

Map No 2. 

Ford, City Land Assn. 

Ford, bet Seventeenth £ 
Eighteenth, fm Castro to 
Sanchez. 

Fort Place, bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Pacific S. 

Fourteenth, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth fm 
Harrison W to Castro. 

Fourth, bet Third and 
Fifth fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
Street. S. II'. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



55 



Mission 100 

Minna 

Everett 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Louisa 

Clara 

Harrison 400 

Perry 

Silver 

Brvant 500 

Welsh 

FreeloD 

Brannan 600 

Townsend 700 

Kins 

Berry 800 

FraDCe Avenne, Ex- 
celsior H Assn. 
Francis, Academy tract. 
Francisco, bet Chestnut 
and Bay W Im Montgom- 
ery to Presidio Reserva- 
tion. 
(street JV. side. 

Kearny 2 

DuDont 100 

Midway East 

Bellair place 

Stockton 200 

Midway West 

Powell 300 

Mason .JOO 

Taylor 500 

Montgomery avenue 

Jones 600 

Leavenworth 700 

Hvde 800 

Larkin 900 

Polk 1000 

Van Ness avenue 1100 

Franklin 1200 

Gough 1300 

Octavia 1400 

Laguna 1500 

Buchanan 1600 

Webster. _ 1700 

Fillmore 1800 

Sleiner. laOO 

Pierce 2000 

Scott 2100 

Devisadero 2200 

Broderick 2300 

Baker 2100 

Franconia Avenue, 
im Hope SW to Calilornia 
av,BH. 
Frank, bet Pine and Cali- 

Ibrnia fm Mason W. 
Franklin, bet Van Ness 
av and Gough N tin Mar- 
ket to Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Lily 

Oak 100 

Hickory avenue 

Fell 200 

Linilen 

Hayes 300 

Ivy 

Grove 400 

Birch 

Fulton 500 

Ash avenue 

McAllister 600 

Locust 

Tyler 700 

Elm avenue 

Turk 800 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 900 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 1000 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1100 

Mvrtle avenue 

Geary 1200 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1300 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1400 

Fern avenue 

Bnsh 1500 

Pine 1600 



.1700 



California 

Sacramento 

Clay 1900 

Washington 2000 

Jackson _...2100 

Pacific 2200 

Broadway 2300 

Vallejo 2400 

Green _ _2500 

Union 2600 

Filbert 270O 

Greenwich. _ 2800 

Lombard _ 2900 

Chestnut 3000 

Francisco 3100 

Bay 3200 

North Point .v.. 3300 

Beach 34«1 

Jefferson a500 

Tonquin. 3600 

Frederick, bet Bryant 

and Brannan fm First SW. 
Frederick, bet Carl and 

Waller W tin Masonic av. 
Freelon, bet Bryant and 

Brannan fm Zoe to SW of 

Fourth. 
Freelon, I'et Bourne and 

Orsenius fin Byrne S to 

Salome. 
Fremont, bet Beale and 

First fm Market SE to the 

bay. 
Street. JV. W. side. 

Market 2 

Mission 100 

Howard 20O 

Lincoln place 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 500 

Fremont Court, bet 

Powell and Mason fm Clay 
S. 
Fresno, bet Plumas and 
India fm the bay W to 
First av. 
Front, bet Davis and Bat- 
tery N tm Market to Green- 
wich. 
Street. TT. side. 

Market 1 

Pine 101 

California 201 

Halleck 

Sacramento 301 

Commercial 

Clay 401 

Merchant 

Washington 501 

Oregon 

Jackson 601 

Clark 

Pacific 701 

Chambers 

Broadway 801 

VaUeJo 901 

Green 1001 

Commerce 

Union 1101 

FUbert 1201 



Front Avenue, bet Wa- 
ter Front and First av tin 
India SE. 
Fulton, bet Grove acd 
McAllister W fm Larkin. 
Street. X. side. 

Larkin 2 

Polk 100 

Van Ness avenne 200 

Franklin 300 

Gough 400 

Octavia 500 

lUguna 600 

Buchanan 700 

Webster. 800 

FiUmore 900 

Steiner 1000 

Pierce 1100 

Scott 1200 

Devisadero 1.300 

Broderick 1400 

Baker 1500 

Lyon 1600 



Ciaines, bet Battery and 

Sansome fm Green to 

Union. 
Oale, bet Second and the 

bay fm Townsend to King. 
Cralinto, bet Guerrero 

and Dolores, fm Sixteenth 

N. 
«ambier. University H 

Oarden, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fin Harrison to 
Bryant. 
Gardner, bet Kearny and 

Dupont fm Post N'. 
Oates, Gift Map No 2, 

B H. 
Oaven, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 
Creary, bet O'Farrell and 
Post W tinjunction Kearny 
and Market. 
Street. JV. side. 

Market 2 

Brooks 

Dupont 100 

Stockton 200 

PoweU 300 

Mason 400 

Metcalfe place 

Martha place 

Taylor 500 

Gearv place 

WiUiam 

Jones 600 

Leavenworth 700 

Hvde 800 

Larkin 900 

Polk 1000 

Van Ness avenue 1100 

Franklin 1200 

Gough 1.300 

Octavia 1400 

Laguna 1500 

Buchanan 1600 

Webster 1700 

Fillmore 1800 

Steiner 1900 

Pierce 2000 

Scott 2100 

Devisadero 2200 

Broderick 2.300 

Baker 2400 

Lyon 2500 

€rearj- Place, bet Tay- 
lor £md Jones fm Gearj- S. 

Oeneva, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Brannan SE. 

Oeneva Avenue, West 
End 3Iap No 2. 

Oeorge, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fin Hooper to Hub- 
bell. 

Crcorgia, bet Louisiana 
and Michigan fin Solano S 
to First av 

Oerke Alley, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Dupont 
E. 

Oeruiania, bet Kate and 
Waller fm Webster to Fil- 
lmore. 

Oertrndis, fm Hecker S 
W to Islais creek. 

Cibbs, bet Washington 
and Jackson fm Mont- 
gomery av W. 

Oibson, bet Green and 
Union fm Larkin E. 

Oilbert, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fin Bryant to 
Townsend. 

Ctilmore, E s Kentucky 
nr Shasta. 

«irard. University H As. 

Olen Park Avenne, 
bet Howard and Mission 
and Twelfth and Sixteenth 

Oienwood Place, bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 
fm Howard S. 

Crlover, bet Broadway and 
Vallejo fm Jones W. 

eodens. E s Mission nr 
Thirtieth E to California 



««d.v, fm Mission W nr 

Twenty-eighth. 
Ooethe, West End Map 

No 2. 
Ooetttneen, University 

H -Vssn. 
Oold, bet Jackson and 

Pacific fm Sansome to 

Montgomery. 
Goldman Place, bet 

Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth E fm Mission. 
Good - Cliildren, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fin 

Lombard. S. 
GoodNell Place, bet 

Harrisun and Brvant fm 

First E. 
Gordon, bet Eighth and 

Ninth fm Harrison NW. 
Gorman Place, bet 

Sixth and Seventh fm 

Bryant to Brannan. 
Gough, bet Franklin and 

Octavia N fin Market to 

Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 
Market 2 



f?se 100 

Lily 

Oak „ 200 

Hickory avenue 

FeU 300 

Linden. 

Hayes. 400 

Ivy 

Grove 300 

Birch 

Fulton 600 

Ash avenne 

McAllister 700 

Locust 

Tyler SCO 

Elm avenne 

Turk 900 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 1000 

Willow avenue „ 

Eihs UOO 

Ohve avenue 

O'Farrell 1200 

Myrtle avenue 1300 

Geary 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1400 

Walnut avenue _ 

Sutter 1500 

Fern avenue 

Bush IflOO 

Pine 1700 

California 1800 

Sacramento 1900 

Clay 2000 

Washingtoa 2100 

Jackson 2200 

Pacific 2300 

Broadway 2400 

Valleio 2.500 

Green 2600 

Union 2700 

Filbert 2800 

Greenwich 2£i00 

Lombard .3000 

Chestnut 3100 

Francisco 3200 

Bay 3300 

North Point 3400 

Beach 3500 

Jefferson 3800 

Tonquin 3700 



Graham Place, bet 

Stocktiai and Dupont, I'm 
Green N. 

Grand Avenne, bet 
Ninth and Tenth fm Mis- 
sion to Howard 

Grand Place, bet Du- 
Iiunt and Kearny fm Fil- 
bert S. „ 

Grant, University H Ass. 

Grant Place, S s Fol- 
som bet First and Fre- 
mont. 

Green, bet Vallejo and 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



trnion W ftn Front to Pre- 
sidio Eeservation. 
Street. N. side. 

Front 2 

Battery 100 

Gaines 

Sansonie 200 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 

Vincent 

Greeu place 

Kearny 400 

Sonora place 

Lafayette place 

Dupont 500 

Bannan place 

Union place ,.... 

Bower place 

Graham place 

Montgomery avenue 

Stockton 600 

Powell 700 

August alley 

Mason 800 

Taylor 900 

Jones 1000 

Leavenworth 1100 

New Orleans avenue 

Hamlin 

Hyde 1200 

Larkin 1300 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue 1500 

Franklin 1600 

Gough 1700 

Octavia 1800 

Laguna 1900 

Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Fillmore 2200 

Steiner 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Scott 2500 

Devisadero 2600 

Broderick 2700 

Baker 2800 

Green Court, bet Steu- 
art and Spear, fm Howard 
N. 
Green Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 
Oreenwicli, bet Filbert 
and Lombard W ftn Front 
to Presidio Kservattion. 
Street. N. side. 

Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Pringle Court 

Montgomery 300 

Kearny 400 

Telegraph place 

Dupont 500 

Kramer place 

Bellevue avenue 

Stockton 600 

Powell 700 

Gaven 

Chambers place 

Scotland 

Montgomery avenue 

Mason 800 

Hartmann 

Jansen 

Taylor 900 

Roach alley 

Jones 1000 

Leavenworth 1100 

Randall place 

Hyde 1200 

Larkin ]300 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue 1500 

Franklin 1600 

Gough 1700 

Octavia 1800 

Laguna 1900 

Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Filhnore 2200 

Sterner 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Scott 2500 

Devisadero 2600 

Broderick 2700 

Baker 2800 



Orisar, bet Union and 
Filbert fm Octavia to La- 
guna. 
©rove, bet Hayes and 
Fulton W fm Larkin. 
Street. JV. side. 

Larkin 2 

Polk 100 

Van Ness avenue 200 

Franklin 300 

Gough 400 

Octavia 500 

Laguna 600 

Buchanan....* 700 

Webster 800 

Fillmore 900 

Steiner 1000 

Alamo square 

Scott 1200 

Devisadero 1300 

Broderick 1400 

Baker 1500 

Lyon 1600 

Orove Avenne, bet 
Fifth and Sixth fm Har- 
rison to Bryant. 
©nerrero, bet Valencia 
and Dolores fm Market S 
to Old San Jose road. 
O-ustavns, bet Powell and 
Mason fm California to Sac- 
ramento. 
O-nttenberg, West End 

Homestead Ass. 
eny Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm First SW. 



lEaggin, bet Third and 

Fourth tin King to Berry. 

Btaigbt, bet Waller and 

Page W fm Junction Gough 

and Market. 

, Street. JV. side. 

Market 2 

Octavia loo 

Laguna 200 

Buchanan 300 

Webster 400 

Fillmore 500 

Steiner 600 

Pierce 700 

Scott 800 

Devisadero 900 

Broderick looo 

Baker noo 

Hale, W 6 San Bruno road. 

Halleck, bet California 
and Sacramento fm Front 
to Leidesdorfr. 

Hall Alley, bet Mont- 
g'lmery and Sansome fm 
Vallejo S. 

Hall Place, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Jack- 
son S. 

Hamilton, University 
H Assn. 

Hamlin, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fin Green 
N. 

Hamlin Place, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Larkin E. 

Hammoncl Place, bet 
Second and Third fm 
Townsend to Berry. 

Hampsbire, bet Potrero 
av and York fm Mission 
creek S to Serpentine av. 

Hampton Place, bet 
Second and Third fm Fol- 
som SE. 

Hancocli, bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth fm Church 
to Noe. 

Hardie Place,bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Kearny E. 

Harlan Place, bet Sut- 
ter and BuBh fm Dupont W 

Harriet, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Howard to Fol- 

Harrington, Academy 
tract. 



, bet Folsom 

and Bryant SW fm Stuart 

to Fourteenth, thence S 

to Serpentine av. 

Street. IV. W. side. 

Steuart 2 

Spear 100 

Johnson place 

Main 200 

Beale 300 

Fremont 400 

First 500 

Essex 

Rmcon place 

Stanley place 

Charles place 

Second 600 

Vassar place 

Hawthorne 

Hampton place , 

Third 700 

Ritch 

Fourth 800 

Fifth 900 

Fifth avenue 

Oak avenue 

Park avenue 

Sixth 1000 

Garden 

Columbia ' 

Sherman 

Seventh 1100 

Dora 

Chesley 

Hayward 

Mariposa avenue 

Eighth 1200 

Ninth 1300 

Tenth 1400 

Eleventh 1500 

Nevada 

Twelfth 1600 

Channel 

Fourteenth 1700 

Alameda 1 

Fifteenth 1800 

El Dorado 

Sixteenth 1900 

Santa Clara 

Seventeenth 2000 

Mariposa 

Eighteenth 2100 

Solano 

Nineteenth 2200 

But(e 

Twentieth 2300 

Twenty-first 2400 

Twenty-second 2500 

Twenty-third 2600 

Twenty-fourth 2700 

Twenty-fifth 2800 

Twenty-sixth 2900 

Harrison Avenne, bet 

Seventh and Eighth fm 

Folsom SB. 
Harry, fm Laidley SW to 

Beacon. 
Hartford, bet Noe and 

Castro fm Eighteenth S to 

Twentieth. 
Hartmann, bet Mason 

and Tayl(jr fm Lombard S 

to Greenwich. 
Harvard, S s Sixver av W 

of Oxford. 
Harwood Alley, see 

Girand Place. 
Havens, bet Filbert and 

Union W f m Leavenworth 
Havens Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Washington S. 
Ha-»ves, bet Tenth and 

Eleventh fm Folsom S. 
Hawthorne, bet Second 

and Third fm Folsom to 

Harrison. 
Hayes, bet Fell and Grove 

W fm Junction Market and 

Larkin. 
Street. JV. side. 

Market 2 

College place 

Polk 100 

Van Ness avenue 200 

Franklin 300 

Gough 400 



Octavia 500 

Laguna 600 

Buchanan 700 

Webster 800 

Fillmore 900 

Steiner 1000 

Pierce 1100 

Scott 1200 

Devisadero 1300 

Broderick 1400 

Baker 1500 

Lyon 1600 

Hayward, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Harrison SE 

Hayward, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom to Lou- 
ise. 

Heath, fm Coi tland av S 
to San Bruno road. 

Hecker, W to Bernal 
fm Islais creek. 

Helen, bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde S s California. 

Henrietta, West End 
Homestead Assn. . 

Henry, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin N s Lombard. 

Henry, Belleroche City. 

Henry, University H Ass. 

Henry, bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth fin Noe W. 

Hermann, bet Brady and 
Ridley fm Market B to 
Mission. 

Heron, bet Folsom and 
Harrison NE fm Eighth. 

Heyn Place, bet Hyde 
and Leavenworth fm Clay 
N. 

Hicbory, bet Oak and 
Fell fm Van Ness av to 
Webster. 

Highland Terrace, 
bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth N s California. 

Hill, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second fm San 
Chez W to Castro. 

Hill, R R Homestead Ass. 

Hiinmelmann 
Place, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Pacific N. 

Hincltley, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Kearny to 
Dupont. 

Hodges Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Vallejn N. 

Hodges Court, bet Mar- 
ket and Mission fm Spear 
W. 

HoflT's Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fm Six- 
teenth to Seventeenth. 

Hollis, bet Buchanan and 
Webster- fm Ellis to O'Far- 
rell. 

Holyofee, University H 
Assn. 

Hooper, bet Channel and 
Irwin SW fm Kentucky to 
Eighth. 

Hope, fm California av 
NW to Franconla av, B H. 

Houston, bet Chestnut 
and Francisco fm Taylor 
to Jones. 

Hoivard, bet Mision and 
Folsom SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence S to 
Serpentine av. 

Bast 2 

Steuart 

Green Court 

Spear 100 

Main 200 

Beale 300 

Fremont 400 

First 500 

Second 600 

New Montgomery 

Hubbard 

Third 700 

Fourth 800 

Howard Court 

Fifth 900 

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STREET AND AYENUE GUIDE. 



57 



Sixth 1000 

Harriet 

Rus^ 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 

Lanjrtou 

Kousch 

Sumner 

Eighth : 1200 

Ninth 1300 

Washington avenue 

Grand arenne 

Tenth _ 1400 

Eleventh 1500 

Lafarette 

Twelfth 1600 

Thirteenth 1700 

Creek lane 

Erie ^ 

Fourteenth 1800 

Fifteenth 1900 

8'xteenth 2000 

Seventeenth 2100 

Eighteenth 2200 

Nineteenth 2300 

Twentieth 2400 

Twenty-first 2500 

Twenty-second 2600 

Twentv-third 2700 

Twenty-fourth 2S00 

Twentv-fifth 2900 

Twentv-slxth 3000 



Bo-ward Conrti bet 

Fourth and Fifth fm How- 
ard XW. 
Howtb. San Miguel City. 
Habbard. bet Second and 

Third fm Howard SE. 
Btnbbell, bet Irwin and 

South SW ftn Kentucky to 

Sixteenth. 
Hudson, bet Fourth and 

Fifth ftn Channel to South. 
Hudson, fm Fourteenth 

av XW to Salome. 
Hulberi Alley, bet 

Fourth and Fifth SE and 

NW fm Clara. 
Humboldt, bet Sierra 

and Nevada fm the bay W 

to Maryland. 
Hunt, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Third XE. 
Hunter, W s San Bruno 

road. 
Hnron ATenue, W E 

Map No 2. 
Hyde, bet Leavenworth 

and Larkin N fm McAllis- 
ter to Jefferson. 
Street. JE. side. 

McAUIster 2 

Tvler 100 

Turk 200 

Edey 300 

Ellis 400 

O'Farrell 500 

Geary 600 

Post 700 

Sutter 800 

Bush 900 

Pine 1000 

California 1100 

Sacramento 1200 

Clay 1300 

Washington 1400 

Jackson 1500 

Pacific 1600 

Lynch 

Broadway 1700 

VaUelo 1800 

Green 1900 

Kussell 

Union 2000 

AUen 

Filbert 2100 

Greenwich 2200 

Lombard , 2300 

Chestnut 2400 

Francisco 2.500 

Bay .-2600 

North Point 2700 

Beach 2800 



Hyde Plaee, bet Eddy 
and Turk fm Hyde W. 



Idabo, bet Arizona and 
Dacotah fm Water Front S 
to India. 

Illinois, bet Michijran 
and Kentucky fm China 
Basin S to First av. 

India, SW and N sides of 
India Basin. 

India Avenue, Excel- 
sior H Assn. 

Indiana, bet Minnesota 
and Iowa tm Sixteenth S 
to Tulare. 

Ion, University H Assn. 

lOTra, bet Indiana and 
Peimsylvania fm Six- 
teenth S to Tulare. 

Irnin, bet Hooper and 
HubbeU SW ftn Kentuckv 
to Eighth. 

Isabel, fm Wolfe SE to 
Shakspeare, B H. 

Islais, S s Islais Creek 
Channel and Amador tin 
the bay W. 

Italy Avenue, Excel- 
sior H Assn. 

Ivy, bet Hayes and Grove 
fm Polk W. 



, bet Washing- 
ton and Pacific Wtin East. 
Street. JST. side. 

East 2 

Drumm 

Davis 100 

Front 200 

Battery , 300 

Custom House place 

Sansome 400 

Ballance 

Jones alley 

Montgomery 500 

Montgomery avenne 

Kearny 600 

Cooper's alley 

Washington alley 

Bartlett alley 

Dupont 700 

San Luis alley 

Sullivan alley 

Boss 

Stockton 800 

Bedford place 

Virginia 

Stone 

Adele place 

Powell 900 

Mason , 1000 

Vernon place 

Auburn 

Taylor 1100 

Jones 1200 

Leavenworth 1300 

Hvde 1400 

Larkin 1500 

Polk 1600 

Van Ness avenue 1700 

Franklin 1800 

Gough 1900 

Octavia 2000 

Laguna 2100 

Buchanan 2200 

Webster 2300 

Fillmore 2400 

Steiner 2500 

Pierce 2600 

Scott 2700 

Devisadero 2800 

Brdoerick 2900 

Baker 3000 

Jacoby, bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde fm California N. 

Jane Place, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm Pine N. 

Jausen, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Greenwich to 
Lombard. 

Japan Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Assn. 

Jasper, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Union to Fil- 
bert. 

Jefferson, bet Beach and 
Tonquin W fm Powell to 
Presidio Keservation. 



JeflTerson Avenue, fm 

Laurel av E to San Bruno 
road. 
Jersey, bet Potrero av 
and Hampshire fm Mis- 
sion Creek S to Twentv- 
first. 
Jersey, bet Twentv-fourth 
and Twenty-fifth "fm San 
Jose av W to Douglass. 
Jessie, bet Market and 
Mission Im First SW 
Street. N. W. side. 

First .'. 2 

Anthony 

Second..... 100 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Fourth 300 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

(Numbers incorrect in 
this block.) 

Eighth 700 

Ninth 800 

Jewett, betTownsendand 
King fm Fourth to Fifth. 
John, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific fm Powell to Mason. 
Jobn, bet First and Second 
fm Rincon Place S to 
Townsend. 
Jotanson Plaee, S s 
Harrison bet Main and 
Spear. 
Joice, bet Stockton and 
Powell im Pine to CaU- 
fornia. 
Jones, bet Taylor and 
Leavenworth N fm Market 
to Jeft'erson. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Tyler 100 

Turk 200 

McDermott place 

Eddy 300 

Ellis 400 

Antonio 

Steveloe place 

O'FarreU 500 

Oary 600 

Cottage place 

Post 700 

Lewis _ 

Sutter 800 

White place 

Bush 900 

Pine 1 00 

California 1100 

Sacramento 1200 

Pleasant 

Clav 1300 

Washington 1400 

Jackson 1500 

Pacific 1600 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 

VaUeJo 1800 

Green 1900 

Lincoln 

Union 2000 

Filbert 2100 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2200 

Lombard 2300 

Duane 

Chestnut _..2400 

Francisco 2500 

Montgomery avenue 

Bav 2600 

NorthPoint 2700 

Beach 2800 

Jones Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fin 
Washington to Jackson. 
Jones Place, bet Sixth 
and Seventh fm Bryant N. 
Josephine, bet Eugenie 
and Central av fm Point 
Lobos av N to Laurel Hill 
Cemetery. 
Joseph's Terrace, bet 
Lombard and Chestnut, 
fm Stockton E. 
Julia, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Mission S. 



Julius, bet Kearnv and 
Dupont fm Lombard N. 

Jnni|>er, bet Tenth and 
Eleventh fin Folsom S. 



Kansas, bet Khode Island 
and Vermont fm Mission 
Creek S to Preclta Creek 
Kate, bet Ridley and Wal- 
ler M' fin Junction Market 
and Laguna to Steiner. 
Kate Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth ftn Bryant SE. 
Kearny, bet Montgomery 
and Dupont N fm Market 
to NorthPoint. 
Street. E. side. 

Market _ 2 

Morton 

Post 100 

Vermehr place 

Sutter 200 

Hardie place 

Bush 300 

Pine 400 

Summer 

California 500 

Sacramento 600 

Commercial 

Clay 700 

Merchant 

Washington 800 

Jackson 900 

Montgomery avenue 

Pacific 1000 

St. Charles place 

Broadway 1100 

Dunne's alley 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1200 

St. Charles 

Green 1300 

Union 1400 

Filbert 1500 

Greenwich 1800 

Lombard 1700 

Chestnut 1800 

Francisco 1900 

Bay 2000 

Kent, bet Union and FU- 

bert fm Mason W. 
Kentucky, bet Illinois 
and Tennessee fin Chaimel 
S to Second av. 
Keyes Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fin Pacific 
N. 
Kimball Plaee, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde fm 
S s Sacramento N. 



Eighth. 
Street. iV. TT. side. 

Second 2 

Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin 

Fourth 200 

Fifth 300 

Sixth 400 

Seventh 500 

Kingr, bet Holvoke and 

Hamilton NsSilverav. 
Kisling Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison N fm 
Fourteenth. 
Knox, University Home- 
stead Assn. 
Kosciusco, Gift Map No 

2, B H. 
Kossuth, E s B R av E 

> Chace. 
Kramer Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fin 
Greenwich S. 



Iiafayette, West End 

Homestead Assn. 
liafayette Place, bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth fm 
Mission to Howard. 
liafayette Place, bet 

Kearnv and Dupont fm 
Green to Union. 



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NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



liagnna. bet Octavia and 
Buchanan N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Waller 100 

Haight 200 

Rose 

Pace 300 

Lilly 

Oak 400 

Hickory ayenue 

FeU 500 

Linden 

Hayes 600 

Groye.'.'.'.'.'.V.V".'.'.'.'.'..'"'.'.'.'.'.'.'.". 700 

Birch 

Fulton 800 

Ash ayenue 

McAllister 900 

Locust 

Tyler 1000 

Turk 1100 

Eddy 1200 

Willow ayenue 

Ellis 1300 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1400 

Mvrtle avenue 

Geary 1500 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1600 

Walnut avenue 

gutter 1700 

Fern avenue 

Bush ISOO 

Pine 1900 

California 2000 

Sacramento 2100 

Clay 22C0 

Washington 2300 

Jackson 2400 

Pacific 5500 

Broadway 2600 

Vallejo 2700 

Green 2800 

Union 2900 

Filbert 3000 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3300 

Francisco 3400 

Bay 3500 

NorthPoint 3600 

Beach 3700 

Jefferson 3800 

Tonauin 3900 

X^aidle?-, fm Thirtieth 

SE to Fairmount, thence 

SW to Castro. 
I<aiigton,bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Howard to Fol- 

som. 
Kiarkin, bet Hyde and 

Polk N fm Market to Ton- 

quin. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Grove 100 

Fulton 200 

McAllister 300 

Locust 

Tyler 400 

Elm avenue 

Turk 500 

Laurel avennt 

Ertd.y 600 

Willow avenue 

EUis 700 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 800 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 900 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1000 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1100 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1200 

Austin 

Pine 1300 

California 1400 

Sacramento 1500 

Clay 1600 

Washington 1700 

Jackson 1800 

Pacific 1900 



Broadway 2000 

YaUeJo 2100 

Green 2200 

Brady place 

Union 2300 

Filbert 2400 

Greenwich 2500 

Lombard 2600 

Chestnut 2700 

Francisco 2800 

Bay 2900 

North Point 3000 

Beach 3100 

Kiaskie, bet Eighth and 

Ninth fm Mission NW. 
liattaam Place, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Mason 
W. 
I<aura Place, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Pine S. 
Iianrel, bet Locust and 
Walnut fm California N 
to Presidio Reservation. 
lianrel Avenue, bet 
Turk and Eddy fm Larkin 
to Webster. 
Iianrel AT-enne, Holli- 

dav Map, B H. 
Iiaurel Place, bet Fol- 
Eom and Harrison fm First 
W. 
lie aven-w-ortli, bet 
Jones and Hyde N fm 
McAllister to Jefferson. 
Street. E. side. 

McAllister 2 

Tyler 100 

Burcham place 

Turk 200 

Eddy 300 

EUis.; 400 

O'Farrell 500 

Geary 600 

Post 700 

Sutter 800 

Bush 900 

Pine 1000 

California 1100 

Sacramento 1200 

Clav 1300 

Washington 1400 

Jackson 1-500 

Pacific 1600 

Lynch 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 

(Numbers incorrect in 
this block.) 

Glover 

A'allejo 1800 

Green 1900 

Lincoln 

Union... 2000 

Havens 

Filbert 2100 

Greenwich 2200 

Lombard 2300 

Chestnut 2400 

Francisco 2500 

Bay 2600 

North Point 2700 

Montgomery av 

Beach 2800 

liCe, fm Cortland av S to 

San Bruno road. 
Ijeldesdorir, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
S 6 California to Clay. ' 
Iieroy Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S and N. 
I.estrade Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pacific N. 
licwis, from Polk W to 
Presidio Eeservatlon, 
fronting the bay. 
lie wis, bet Post and Sutter 

fm Taylor to Jones 
tiberty, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend NW 
liiberty, bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-flrst fm Ta- 
lencia W to Castro. 
liicb's Alley, bet Mar- 
ket and Mission fm First W 



liick Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Post to Sutter. 
liiebig, W End Map No 2. 
liilly, bet Page and Oak 

fm Franklin to Webster. 
liima, bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde fm Filbert N. 
Iiincoln, bet Green and 
Union fm Taylor to Lea- 
venworth. 
liincolii,fm North av E 

to Prentiss, B H. 
Iiiiicoln ATenne, E s 
Dupont bet Post and 
Sutter. 
liincoln Place, bet Un- 
ion and Filbert from Hj'de 
E. 
liinden, bet Fell and 
Hayes fmE s Van Ness av 
to Webster. 
Iiisbon, Excelsior Home- 
stead Assn. 
liObos, K B Homestead A. 
Iiocust, bet Spruce and 
Laurel fm California N to 
Presidio road. 
Iiocnst, bet McAllister and 
Tyler fm Larkin to FUl- 
more. 
Xiogau, University H Ass. 
liombai'd, bet Green- 
wich and Chestnut W fm 
Battery to Presidio Res. 
Street. iV. side. 

Batter.y 2 

Sansome 

Montgomery 100 

Webster 

Kearny 200 

Good-Children 

Julius 

Dupont 300 

Wells Court 

Stockton 500 

Lombard place 

Powell 600 

Chambers place 

Mason 700 

Hartmann 

Newell 

Montgomery avenue 

Jansen 

Taylor 800 

Jones 900 

Leavenworth 1000 

H.yde 1100 

Larkin 1200 

Polk 1300 

Van Ness avenue 1400 

Franklin 1500 

Gouah 1600 

Octavia 1700 

Laanna 1800 

Buchanan 1900 

Webster 2000 

Fillmore 2100 

'Steiner 2200 

Pierce 2300 

Scott 2400 

Devisadero 2500 

Broderick 2500 

Baker 2700 

liOmbard Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell from 
Lombard S. 
liOndon, Excelsior H As. 
liOtt, bet Lyon and Ma- 
sonic av N fm Waller to 
Turk. 
liouise, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Ritch to 
Fourth. 
Iionisiana, bet Maryland 
and Georgia fm Solano S to 
First av. 
Xiundy I>aiie, fm Vir- 
ginia av NE to Coso av, 
BH. 
liynch, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Leaven- 
worth to Hyde. 
Xiyon, bet Baker and Cen- 
tral a V N fm Halgh t to Pre- 
sidio Reservation. 
liyoii. fm California av S to 
Cortlandav,BH. 



Iiysett Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 



M, bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third ftn Sanchez 
to Diamond. 

Macedonia, S s Califor- 
nia av S to Cortez, B I 

madden, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry 

Madison, University I 
Ass. 

Madrid, Excelsior H A ss. 

Maggie Alley, bet Geary 
and Post fm Jones E. 

Maiden I<ane,bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Montgomery av S. 

Maiden Iiane, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Vallejo 
N. 

Main, bet Spear and Beale 

fm Market SE to the bay. 

Sti-eet. S. TT*. side. 

Market 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 

Rlncon Court 

Han-ison 400 



MalTinaPlace,betSac- 

ramento and Clay fm Ma- 
son W. 
Malloy, nr Randall W fm 

San Jose road. 
Mansell, University H 

Ash. 
Mansfield, University ] 

Ass. 
Maple, bet Cherry and 
Spruce fm California N to 
Presidio Reservation. 
Marengo, R R Home- 
stead Ass. 
Margaret Place, 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 
Margaret Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Turk N. 
Margary, bet Sanchez 
and N oe S fm M to Clipner. 
Marin, bet Colusa and Tu- 
lare fm the bay W to Peim- 
sylvanla. 
Mariposa, bet Santa Clara 
and Solano fm the bay W 
to Harrison. 
Mariposa Terrace, 
bet Seventh and Eighth 
NW fm Harrison. 
Marhct, fm East SW to 
corner- Castro and Seven- 
teenth. 
Street. ^'. TT'. side. 

East 2 

Drumm 100 

Davis 200 

Front 300 

Battery 400 

Sansome 500 

Montgomery 600 

Kearny 700 

Brooks 

Dupont 800 

Stockton 900 

Powell 1000 

Mason 1100 

Tavlor 1200 

Joies 1300 

Leavenworth 1400 

Hvde 1500 

Larkiu 1600 

Polk 1700 

Van Ness avenue.. 
Franklin 



.1900 



Gough 

Octavia 

Laguna 

Buchanan. 

Church 

Sanchez 

Noe 

Castro 



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59 



\XreeU S.E. side. 

East 1 

Steuan 

Spenr ICl 

»lain 201 

Beale 301 

Fromont 401 

First 501 

Ecker 

Second 601 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Third 701 

Fourth 801 

Fifth 901 

Sixth 1001 

Seventh UOl 

Eighth 1-201 

Ninth 1301 

Tenth 1401 

Eleventh 1501 

Potter 1601 

Brady 1701 

Valencia 1801 

Guerrero 2001 

Dolores' 2201 

aiurch 2401 

Sanchez 2501 

Noe 2601 

Castro 2701 

Martha Place, bet Ma- 
son and Tavlor fm Geary S. 
Mary, bet Fifth and Sixth 

fm Mission to Howard. 
Mary, bet Harrison and 
Brvant bet Seventh and 
Eiihth, E and W sides 
Chesle.v. 
Mary I^ane, bet Kearny 

and Dupont fm Bush S. 
Maryland, bet Delaware 
and Louisiana fm Solano S 
to First av. 
Mason, bet Powell and 
Taylor N fm Market to Jef- 
ferson. 
Street. E. tide. 

Market 2 

Eddy 100 

Ellis 200 

Latham place 

Dikeman place 

O'FaiTell 300 

Geary 400 

Oak •. 

Post 500 

Sutter 600 

Bush 700 

Pine 800 

Cahfornia 900 

Sacramento 1000 

Ewer place 

Malvina place 

aav 1100 

Matthew place 

Shrppard place 

Washington 1200 

Jackson 1300 

John 

Pacific 1400 

Broadway 1500 

Vallejo 1600 

Green 1700 

Winter lane 

Union 1800 

Kent 

rill)ert 1900 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2000 

Montgomery av 

Lombard 2I0O 

Chestnut 2200 

Water 

Francisco 2300 

Vandewater 

Bav 2400 

North Point 2500 

Beach 2600 

Masonic Avenae, bet 
Lott and Ashbury S fm 
Point Lobos av. 
Massachusetts, bet 
New York and Delaware 
fm Sonoma S to First av. 
Massasoit, fm Cortez SE 

to Franconia av. 
Mateo, fm San Josa road 
NW totoBemis. 



Matthew Place, bet 

Clay and Washington fm 
Mason W. 
Mayflower, bet Califor- 
nia av and Powhattan, B 
H, E s Rosencrans. 
Mazzini, E of Orleans fm 
Precita Creek SE to Schnei- 
der. 
McAllister, bet Fulton 
and Tyler W fm Junction 
Jones and Market. 
Street. K. side. 

Market 2 

Leavenworth. 100 

Hyde 200 

Larkin 300 

Polk 400 

Van Ness avenue 500 

Franklin 600 

Gough 700 

Octavia 800 

Laguna 900 

Buchanan 1000 

Webster IIOO 

Fillmore 1200 

Steiner 1300 

Pierce 1400 

Scott 1600 

Devisadero 1600 

Broderick 1700 

Baker 1800 

Lvon 1900 

Lott 2000 

McClellan, fm Cahfornia 
av S to Cortland av, B H. 

McCorniick, bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Pacific S. 

McDermott Place, bet 
Turk and Eddy fm Jones 
W. 

Meaeham Place, bet 
Hvde and Larkin fm Post S 

Mears, bet First av and 
Merrilie'.d fm Point Lobos 
av N to Laurel Hill Ceme- 
tery. 

Medau Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Fil- 
bert N. 

Mendocino, bet Calave- 
ras and Plumas fm the bay 
W to First av. 

Merced, fm Thirtieths to 
Laidley. 

Mercer, fm Cortland av S 
to Crescent av. 

Merchant, bet Clay and 
Washington W fm East to 
Kearny. 
Street. A\ side. 

East 2 

Drumm 

Davis 

Front 300 

Battery 400 

Sansome 500 

Montgomery 600 

Dunbar alley 

Merrifield, bet Mears 
and Chase fm Point Lobos 
av N to Laurel Hill Ceme- 
tery. 

Merrill, bet Vallejo and 
Green fm Jones to Leaven- 
worth. 

Merrill, bet Williams and 
Goettingen N s Silver av. 

Merriniac, N of Alame- 
da fm the bav to Tennessee 

Metcalf Place, bet Post 
and S itter from Laguna W 

Metcalfe Place, bet 
Slason and Taylor fm 
Geary N. 

Mexico, bet Alaska and 
Colorado fm Water Front 
S to India. 

Michigan, bet Georgia 
and Illinois fm Solano S to 
First av. 

Middle, bet Fillmore and 
Webster fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Midway East, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Francisco to Bay. 



Midway ^fTest, bet i 

Stockton and Powell fm 
Francisco N. 
Migruel, fm Bemis nr 
Fairmount SE to San Jose 
road. 
Miles Court, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 
Miles Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Sacra- 
mento N. 
Miller's Place, bet 
Fourth and Fifth fm Fol- 
som S. 
Mills Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Dupont W. 
Minerva, K K Home- 
stead Ass. 
Minna, bet Mission and 
Howard im First SW. 
^reet. N. W. side. 

First 2 

Second 100 

New Montgomery 

Third 200 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

Julia 

Eighth 700 

Minnesota, bet Tennes- 
see and Indiana fm South 
S to Tulare. 
Mission, bet Market and 
Howard SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence S to 
County road. 
Street. -A". W. side. 

East 2 

Steuart 

Spear 100 

Main 200 

Beale 300 

Fremont 400 

First 500 

Ecker 

Sullivan alley 

Anthony 

Second 600 

New Montgomery 

Annie ^_ 

Third 700 

Fourth 800 

Fifth 900 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 

Seventh 1100 

Eighth 1200 

Laskie 

Ninth 1300 

Washington avenue 

Grand avenue 

Tenth 1400 

Eleventh 1500 

Lafayette 

Potter 1600 

Twelfth 

Brady 

Herman 

Thirteenth 

Kidley 1700 



.1«00 



Fourteenth 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 2000 

Goldman place 

Seventeenth 2100 

Eighteenth 220O 

Nineteenth 2.300 

Twentieth 2400 

Twentv-flrst 2500 

Twentv-second 2600 

Twentv-third 2700 

Twenty-fourtb 2800 

Twentv-flfth 2900 

Twenty-sixth 3000 

Mississippi, bet Penn- 
Bvlvania and Texasfm Six- 
teenth S to Tulare. 
Missouri, bet Texas and 
Connecticut fm Sixteenth 
S to Tulare. 
Mohawk Avenue, W 

End Map No 1. 
Montana, R R Home- 
stead Ass. 



Montcalm, bet Wolfe 
and Cortez E to Isabel fm 
California av. 
Montezuma, fm Coso 

av K to California av. 
Montgomery, bet San- 
some and Kearny N fm 
Market to Francisco. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Sutter lOO 

Bush 200 

Pine 300 

Summer 

California „ 400 

Sacramento SOD 

Commercial 

Clay eoo 

Merchant 

Washington 700 

Montgamery avenue 

Jackson 800 

Gold 

Pacific 900 

Montgomery Court 

Broadway, 1000 

VaUeJo UOO 

Green 1200 

Moulton place 

Union 1300 

Montgomery place 

Alta place 

Filbert 1400 

Greenwich 1500 

Lombard 1600 

Chestnut 1700 



W cor Mont- 
gomery nnd Washington N 
W to Beach. 
Street. X.E side. 
Montgomery and Mai- 
den lane 2 

Gibbs 

Jackson 

Kearny 100 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Dupont 200 

Vallejo 

Green 

Stockton 300 

Union 

Powell 400 

Filbert 

Greenwich .* 

Mason 500 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Taylor 600 

Francisco 

Jones 700 

Bay 

North Point 

Leavenworth 800 

Beach 

M ontsrom er y Court 

bet Pacific and Broadway 

fm 3Iontgomery iV. 
Montgomery Place, 

bet Union and Filbert fm 

Montcomery W. 
Mouficello, City Land 

Moore Pli»cc, bet Hyde 

and Larkin Im Clay N. 

Moore Place, bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Union N. 
See Torren's Court. 

Morel Place, bet Hyde 
and Larkin lin Pacific N. 

Morey Alley, bet Stock- 
ion and Powell fm Broad- 
way to Vallejo. 

Morse, het Kearny and 
Dupont tm Bush to Pine. 

Morse Place, bet Lea- 
venworth and Hyde fm 
Broadway S. ^ 

Morton, bet Geary and 



Post 



»n, bet Geary and 
fm Kearny to Stock- 



Moscow, Excelsior H As. 
MOSS, bet Sixth and 

Seventh H" Howard to 

Folsom 



60 



NEW CITY DIEECTORT. 



BEonltou, bet Greenwich 
and Lombard to Buchanan 
to Steiner. 

Sloultou Mace, bet 
Green and Union Im 
Montgomery "W. 

lUoultrie, Gift Map No 2 

IHount Vernon Ave- 
nue, San Miguel City. 

Slunicli, Excelsior H Ass. 

Munroe, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Bush to Pine. 

Myrtle Avenne, bet 
O'Farrell and Geary fm 
Larkin to Laguna. 



]!iraglee Avenue, West 
End Map No. 2. 

Ufapa., bet Butte and Sierra, 
fm the bay W to Harrison. 

Naples, Excelsior H Ass. 

BTapoleon, bet Norman 
and Tulare fm Biggs SW 
to Orleans. 

UTatoma, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Fremont SW. 

Street. N. W. side. 

First 2 

Second 100 

New Montgomery 

Fifth 400 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 

Eighth 700 

irebrasba, bet Vermont 
and Utah fm Mission Creek 
S to Precita Creek. 

Dfevada, bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth fm Folsom SE to 
Harrison. 

UTevada, bet Sierra and 
Yolo fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 

Jiew Montgomery, bet 
Second and Third fm Mar- 
ket SE to Howard. 
Street. S. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 

Bfew Orleans Ave- 
nue, bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde fm Green N. 

New Pacific, bet Eighth 
and Ninth fm Mission N. 

JSew York, bet Virginia 
and Massachusetts fm Wa- 
ter Front S to First av. 

Bfewell, bet Mason and 
Tavlor fm Lombard N. 

STewliall, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Stockton 
to Powell. 

Nineteentta, bet Eight- 
eenth and Twentieth fm 
Harrison W to Douglass. 

Mintb, bet Eighth and 
Tenth fm Market SE to 
Brannan. 
Street. S. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 10 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

Bryant ,500 

Brannan 600 

Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth 
fm Hubbell to South. 

Noble Place, bet Teha- 
ma and Folsom N s Third. 

Noble's Alley,bet Union 
and Filbert fm Dupont E. 

Noe, bet Sanchez and Cas- 
tro fm Kldley S to Thir- 
tieth. I 



Noonan Avenue, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 
Eighth E. 
Noonan's Alley, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo S. 

Norman, bet Bourbon 
and Napoleon fm Precita 
Creek SW to Orleans. 

Nortb Avenue, fm Cal- 
ifornia av SW to Holly 
Park, B H. 

Nortb Parfe liane, bet 
Bryant and Brannan fm 
Second to Third. 

Nortb Point, bet Bay 
and Beach W fm Kearny to 
Presidio Res. 

Norwicb, bet Montezu- 
ma and Prospect av, B H, 
Wfm Folsom. 



O'Farrell, bet EUis and 
Geary W fm junction Du- 
pont and Market. 
Street. iV side. 

Blarket 2 

Bagley place 

Stockton 100 

Powell 200 

Carlos place 

O'Farrell alley 

Mason 

Raphael place 

Taylor 400 

Williams 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Ada Court 

Hyde 700 

Larkin 800 

Polk 900 

Van Ness avenue 1000 

Franklin 1100 

Gough 1200 

Octavia 1300 

Laguna 1400 

Buchanan 1500 

Webster 1600 

Fillmore 1700 

Steiner 180O 

Pierce 1900 

Scott 2000 

Devisadero 2100 

Broderick 2200 

O'Farrell Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
O'Farrell N. 
Oak, bet Page and Fell 
W fm junction Van Ness 
av and Market. 
Street. JV. side. 

Market 2 

Franklin 100 

Gough 200 

Octavia 300 

Laguna 400 

Buchanan 500 

Webstei 600 

Fillmore 700 

Steiner 800 

Pierce 900 

Scott 1000 

Devisadero 1100 

Broderick 1200 

Baker 1300 

Oak, bet Geary and Post 

fm Mason W. 
Oak Grove Avenue, 

bet Fifth and Sixth fm 

Harrison to Bryant. 
Octavia, bet Gough and 

Laguna N fm Market to 

Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Haight 100 

Rose 

Page 200 

Lilly 

Oak 300 

Hickory avenue 

Fell 400 

Linden 

Hayes 500 

Ivy 



700 



Grove 

Birch 

Fulton 

Ash avenue 

McAllister 800 

Locust 

Tyler 900 

Jefferson square 

Eddy 1100 

AVillow avenue 

Ellis 1200 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1300 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 1400 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1500 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1600 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1700 

Pine 1800 

California 1900 

Sacramento 2000 

Lafavette square 

Washington 2200 

Jackson 2.300 

Pacific 2400 

Broadway 2500 

Vallejo 2600 

Green 2700 

Union 2800 

Filbert 2900 

Greenwich 3000 

Lombard 3100 

Chestnut 3200 

Francisco .3300 

Bav 3400 

North Point 3-500 

Beach 3600 

Jefferson 3700 

Tonquin 3800 

Cbio, bet Sansome and 
Montgomery fm Pacific to 
VaUejo. 
Obio, bet Wyoming and 
Virginia fm Water Fronts 
to First av. 
Old Hickory, fm Lau- 
rel av E to San Bruno 
road. 
Olive Avenue, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Larkin 
to Buchanan. 
Oliver, West End Home- 
stead Ass. 
Olmstead, University H 

Assn. 
Olney Place, bet Town- 
send and King tm Ham- 
mond SW and NE. 
Oneida Avenue, West 

End Map No 1. 
Oneida Place, bet 
Stockton and Dupont fm 
Sacramento S. 
Onondaga Avenue, 

West End Map No 1. 
Oregon, bet Washington 
and Jackson W fm East to 
Battery. 
Orleans, betVermont and 
Mazzmi fm Kansas SW to 
Tulare. 
Orizaba, City Land Assn. 
Orsenius, fm Byrne to 

Salome. 
Otsego Avenue, West 
End Map No 1. 
ttowa Avenue, West 
End Map No 2. 
Oxford, University H A. 



Pacific, bet Jackson and 
Broadway W tin East. 
Street. JV. side. 

East 2 

Drumm 

Davis 100 

Front 200 

Battery 300 

Sansome 400 

Ohio 

Montgomerv 500 

Kearny 600 

Montgomery av 

Bartlett alley 



700 



Dupont 

Pacific alley 

Sullivan alley , 

Ellick alley 

Stockton 800 

Virginia place 

Virginia 

Powell 900 

Keys alley 

Scott place 

Masou 1000 

Salmon -. 

Auburn 

Himmelman place 

Taylor 1100 

Jones 1200 

Leavenworth 1300 

Burgoyne place 

Hyde 1400 

Morel place 

McCormick 

Larkin 1500 

Polk 1600 

Van Ness avenue 1700 

Franklin 1800 

Gough 1900 

Octavia 2000 

Laguna 2100 

Buchanan 2200 

Webster 2300 

Fillmore 2400 

Steiner 2500 

Pierce 2600 

Scott 2700 

Devisadero 2800 

Broderick 2900 

Baker 3000 

Pacific Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fin 
Pacific N. 
Pacific Avenue, ex- 
tension of Pacific st fm 
Polk W. 
Page, bet Haight and Oak 
W tm junction Franklin 
and Market. 
Street. JV. side. 

Market 2 

Gough 100 

Octavia 200 

Laguna 300 

Buchanan 400 

Webster 500 

Fillmore 600 

Steiner 700 

Pierce 800 

Scott 900 

Devisadero 1000 

Broderick 1100 

Baker 1200 

Palmer, fm Junction 
Chenery and San Miguel to 
Bartlett. 

Palmer Alley, bet 
Jackson. and Washington 
W s Kearny. 

Paris, Excelsior H Assn. 

Park Avenue, SW Ber- 
nal Heights, inclosing 
HoUy Park. 

Park Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth fm Harrison to 
Bryant. 

Park Avenue, bet Mar- 
ket and the Citv HaU SW 
fm McAllister to Larkin. 

Park liane, bet Second 
and Third fm Town- 
send to South Park. 

Park Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison E s Second. 

Parker, E fm Columbia 
Place to California av. 

Parker Avenue, N s 
Fulton nr Shrader N to 
Point Lobos av. 

Patterson, bet San Bru- 
no road and Bernal av, 
BH. 

Paul, S s Crescent av nr 
San Bruno road. 

Pearl, bet Valencia and 
Guerrero fm Market to 
Ridley. 

'ennsylvanla, bet 
Iowa and Mississippi fin 
Sixteenth S to Tulare. 



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61 



pierce. 
Persia Arenae, Excel- 
sior H Assn. 



Perry, bet Harrison and | Scott.. 

Brvnnt fin S s of Third to 

Fifth. 
Perry, ftn A'assar pi SW 

to 1 ifth 
Pfeiffer, bet Chestnut and 

FraDcisco fm W s Dupont 

to Stockton. 
Pierce, bet Steiner and 
1 Scott N fm Waller to Lewis 
I StreeU E. side. 

: Waller 2 

Hnlght 100 

Paee 200 

Oak 300 

Fell 400 

Hayes 500 

Alamo square 

l"ulton 700 

McAllister 800 

Tvler 900 

Turk 1000 

Eddy 1100 

Ellis 1200 

O'Farrell 1300 

Geary 1400 

Hamilton square 

Post 1500 

Sutter 16oO 

Bush 1700 

Pine 1800 

California 1900 

Perine 

Sacramento 2000 

Clay 2100 

Alta plaza 
Jackson.... 

Paciiic 2400 

Bronlway 2500 

Vallf 

Green 2700 

I'tii n 2800 

Filbert 2900 

Greeiiwic' 

Lombard 3100 

Chestnut 3200 

Francisco 3300 

Bay t .3400 

North Point 3500 

Beach 3 

Jefferson 

Tonquln 3800 

Pierce Row, bet Dupont 
and Stockton fm California 

Pinckney, bet Keamv 
and Dupont fm Broadway 
to A'allejo. 

Pine, bet Bush and Califor- 
nia W fm Market. 
fStreet. X. side. 

Market 2 

Front 100 

Batterv 200 

Sansome 300 

Laura place _ 

Montgomery 400 

Buss alley 

Belden 

Kearny .500 

Morse 

Central place 

St. Mary place 

Qnincy „ _ 

Dupont 600 

Stockton 700 

Joice 

Monroe 800 

Powell 

Mason 900 

Jane place _ 

Taylor 1000 

Jones _ 1100 

Leavenworth 1200 

Hyde 1300 

Larkin 1400 

Polk 1500 

Van Ness avenue 1600 

Franklin 1700 

Gough 1800 

Octavla 1900 

2000 



, Fillmore 2300 

! Steiner 2400 

Pierce 2500 



Bucha 



.2100 



Devisadero 2700 

Broderick 2800 

Baker 2900 

Lyon 3000 

Pixley, bet FUbert and 

Greenwich fm Buchanan 

to Steiner. 
Pleasant, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Taylor 

to Jones. 
Plnmas, bet Mendocino 

and Fresno fm the bay W 

to First av. 
Pocahontas, nr Lvons 

Is to North av. B H. 
Point liObos ATenae, 

W fm termination of Geary 

to Ocean. 
Polk, bet Larkin and Tan 

Ness av fm Market to 

Lewis. 
Street. JE. side. 

Market 2 

Hayes 100 

Grove 200 

Fulton, 

McAllister. 

Locust 

Tyler. 

Elm avenue, 

Turk. 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy. 

Willow aven 

Ellis 

Olive avenue 

O'FarreU 900 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 1000 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1100 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1200 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1300 

Austin 

Pine 1400 

California 1500 

Sacramento 1600 

Clay 1700 

Washington 1800 

Jackson 1900 

Paciiic 2000 

Broadwav 2100 

Vallejo 2200 

Green 2300 

Union 2400 

Filbert 2500 

Greenwich 2600 

Lombard 2700 

Chestnut 2800 

Francisco 2900 

Bay 3000 

NorthPoint .3100 

Beach 3200 

Jefferson 3300 

Polk liane, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Stockton 
E. 

Pollard Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 
VaUejo N. 



ap N o .:. 
Map, B 



Porter, HoUlday 

H. 
Porter Aveune, West 

End 51ap No. 2. 
Post, bet Geary and Sut- 
ter W fm Junction Market 
and Montgomery. 
Street. N. side. 

Market 2 

Lick place 

Kearny 100 

Gardner 

Dupont 200 

Stockton 300 

Powell 400 

Mason 500 

Tavlor 600 

William 



Jones 700 

Leavenworth 800 

Hyde 900 

Meacham place 

l^arkin .".lOOO 

Polk 1100 

Van Ness avenue 1200 

Franklin i300 

Gough J400 

Octavia 1500 

Laguna leoo 

Buchanan 1700 

yyeb^er isoo 

Fillmore :..l!iOO 

Steiner 2000 

Pierce 2100 

Scott 2200 

Devisadero 2300 

Broderick 2400 

Baker 2500 

Lyon 2600 



Potrero Avenue, bet 

Utah and Hampshire fm 

Brannan S to Precita creek. 
Potter, bet Eleventh and 

Brady fm Market SE to 

Mission. 
Powell, bet Stockton and 

Mason N fm Market to 

Jefferson. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Ellis 100 

O'FarreU 200 

Geary 300 

Post 400 

Sutter 500 

Ankeny place 

Bush 600 

Fella place 

Pine 700 

California 800 

Sacramento 900 

Clay 1000 

Washington 1100 

Jackson 1200 

John 

Caroline place 

Pacific 1.300 

Broadwav 1400 

VaUeJo 1500 

Green IfiOO 

Union 1700 

Montgomerv avenue 

Filbert 1800 

Greenwich IsoO 

Lombard 2000 

Chestnut 2100 

Francisco 2200 

Vandewater 

Ba.v 2300 

North Point 2400 



Powliattan. fm North 
av E to Winslow, B H. 

Pragne, E.Kcelsior Home- 
stead Assn. 

Pratt, bet Brannan and 
Townsendfm Seventh SW 

Pratt Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 

Precita Arenne, nr 
Twenty-seventh E to San 
Bruno road. 

Prentiss, fm California 
avS to Cortland av,B H. 

Priest, bet Jones and Lea- 
venworth fm Clay to 
Washington. 

Prim ,West End Map No 2. 

Princeton, University 
H Assn. 

Pringle Conrt, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Greenwich N. 

Prospect Avenue, NE 
fm Cortland av, B H. 

Prospect Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
California to Clay. 

Pulaski, Gift Map No 2, 
B H. 

Putnam, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. I 



^n^n«y. bet Kearnv and 
Dupont fm Pine to Califor- 
nia. 

auincy Pla*^, bet 

Kearny and Dupon* from 
Pine S. 
Quinn, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fm E of Va- 
lencia W to Guerrero. 

Bailroad Avenue, fm 

Kentucky SW. 
Railway Avenue, bet 

Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth fm Dolores E. 

Randal, nr Thirtieth W 
to Palmer Wfm San Jose 
road. 

Randall, bet Leaven^ 
worth and Hyde fm Green- 
wich N. 

Randolph, nr Citv Land 

-\ssn. 

Raphael Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
O'Farrell N. ■ 

Ravens, bet Union and 
Filbert fin Leavenworth 

Rausch, see Rousch. 
Reed, bet Jones and Lea- 
venworth fm Clay io 
Washington. 

Rhine, West End Map 
No 2. 

Rhode Island, bet De 
Haro and Kansas fm 
Eighth S to Precita creek. 

Rice, West End Map No 2. 

Richmond, see Halleck. 

Rickard, W fm San 
Bruno av. 

Ridley, bet Hermann and 
Fourteenth fm Mission W 
to Devisadero. 

Riley, see Pleasant. 

Rincon Court, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Main 
W. 

Rincon Place, bet First 
and Second fm Harrison to 
Bryant. 

Ringold. bet Folsom and 
Harrison ftn Eighth to 
Ninth. 

Ritch, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom SE. 

Ritter, bet Seventh and 
Eighth SE fm Harrison. 

Roach, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Rock Alley, bet Dupont 
and Stockton fm Union S. 

Rondell Place, bet 
Mission and Valencia fm 
Sixteenth. 

Rose, bet Haight and Page 
fm Market W. 

Rose, S s Chenery nr Castro 

Rose, S s Crescent av to 
Case. 

Rose Alley, bet Jessie 
and Mission fm New Mont- 
gomery to Annie. 

Rosencrans, fm Caliibr- 
nia S to Powhattan, B H. 

Ross, bet Stockton and 
Dupont fm Washington N. 

Rousch. bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 

Rowland Alley, bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 
fm Broadway S. 

Russ, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Minna to Fol- 
som. 

Russ Alley, bet Mont- 
gomerv and Kearny Im 
Bush N. 

Russia Avenue, Excel- 
sior H av. 

Russell, bet Green and 
Union fm Hyde W. 

Rut ledge Avenue, E 
fm Columbia P:ace to Cal- 
ifornia av. 



62 



NEW CITY DIEECTORY. 



400 



Sacramento, bet Call- 
forDla and Clay W fm 
Market. ^^ . , 

Street. N. side. 

Market 2 

Drumm ™ 

Davis 200 

Front 300 

Battery 

Sansoine 

Leidesdorff. 

Montgomery 

Webb 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Waverley place. 

Oneida place 

Brooklyn place, 

Stockton 

Prospect place.. 

Miles place 

Powell 

Gustavus 

Tay 

Mason 

Yerba Bnena... 

Cushman 

Taylor 

Jones 

Lysett place 

Leroy place ... 

Leavenworth HW) 

Kimball place., 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Polk 1700 

Van Ness av9nue ISOO 

Franklin IWOO 

Gough 2000 

Octavia "100 

Laguna ^^-00 

Buchanan -^ou 

Webster 2-100 

Tillmore -oOO 

Steiner 2600 

Pierce 2700 



.1000 



.1100 



.1200 



100 



ycott.. 



.2800 



Devisadero 2900 

Broderick 3000 

Baker 3100 

Sadowa, W fm Old San 
Jose road nr San Miguel 
station. 

Sagamofe, W fm San 
Jose road nr San Miguel 
station. 

Salmon, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Paclficto Broad- 
way. 

Salmon Place, bet 
Broadwav and Vallejo fm 
Larkin E. 

Salome, fm Islais creek 
NE to Baker av. 

San Bruno Avenne, 
West End Map No 2. 

San Bruno Boad, S 
fm termination Potrero av 
to county line. 

San Jose Avenue, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero S 
fm Twenty-second. 

San JO!^e Boad, or 
Couutj- Road, 8A^' fm ter- 
mination Mission to 
county line. 

Sanchez, bet Church and 
Noe fm Ridley S to Thir- 
tieth. 

San liUis Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Jackson S. 

Sansome, bet Battery 
and Montgomery N fm 
Market to Chestnut. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Bush 



Pir 



200 



California 300 

Halleck 

Sacramento 400 

Commercial 



Merchant., 
Wasliingto 
Jackson.... 
Gold 



Pacific 800 

Broadway 900 

VaUeJo 1000 

Green 1100 

Union 1200 

Alta place ^_^^ 

Filbert 1300 

Greenwich WOO 

Lombard 1500 

Santa Clara, bet Cen- 
ter and Mariposa fm the 
bay W to Harrison. 
ScUneider, S of Berna- 
dottefm IslalB Creek Chan- 
nel NE to Seventh av. 
School, bet Union and 
Filbert fm Montgomery W. 
Schuyler, fm Cortland 

av S to Crescent av. 
Scotland, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Filbert to Mont- 
gomery av. 
Scott, bet Pierce and Le- 
visadero N fm Kidley to 
Lewis. ^ 

Street. E. side^ 

Ridley 

Waller 

Haight 

^^f ZZZm 

Feu:::::::::::::::::::::: 500 

Hayes 600 

Ornvp 700 

T^^::. ::::::. ^2 

McAllister 900 

Tvler.... 1000 

Turk 1100 

Eddy.::... 1200 

Ellis 1300 

O'Farrell MOO 

Gearv 1500 

Post:. .".■.'.■.'.■...; 1600 

Sutter I'OO 

l;^--::::::::::;::::::::::::::i9oS 

California 2000 

Sacramento 2100 

Clay 2200 

Washington 2300 

Jackson 2400 

Pacific 2o00 

Broadway 2600 

Vallejo 2700 

Green 2800 

Union 2900 

Filbert 3000 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3300 

Francisco 3400 

Bay 3500 

NorthPoint 3600 

Beach 3700 

Jefferson 3800 

Tonquln 3900 

Scott, fm North av south 

to Cortland av, BH. 
Scott Avenue, fm Silver 

av SE to Railroad av , South 

San Francisco. 
Scott Place, bet Powell 

and Mason fm Pacific to 

Broadway. 
Second, bet First and 

Third fm Market SE to the 

bay. 
,Street. S. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 30(1 

Park place 

Vernon place 

Harrison 400 



Second Avenue, bet 

Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Sixteenth to Seventeenth. 

Seneca Avenue, West 
End Map No 1. 

Selina Place, bet Bu- 
pont and Stockton fm Cali- 
fornia N. 

Senator, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Davis to 
Front. 

Serpentine Avenue, 
fm Utah nr Yolo W to Old 
San Jose road. 

Seventeenth, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth fin 
Harrison W to Clara av 

Seventh, bet Sixth and 
Eighth fm Market to Penn- 
sylvania av. 
Street. S. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 

Folsom 

Cleveland 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 500 

Brannan 600 

Townsend 700 

King 

Berry 800 

Channel 



100 



Bryant 

South park.. 
De Boom.... 

Brannan 

Townsend.., 



500 



Seymour Avenue, bet 

Scott and Devisadero fm 
Tyler N. 
Shakspear, West End 

Map No 2. 
Sharp Place, bet Lea- 
venworth and Hyde fm 
Union S. 
Shasta, bet Napa and 
Sierra fm the bay W to 
Delaware and fm Vermont 
to Utah. 
Sheppard Place, bet 
Clay and Washington fm 
Mason E. 
Sheridan, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Tenth NE 
Sherman, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to Har- 
rison. 
Shermau,J)et Castro and 
Diamond Trom Seven- 
teenth S to Twenty-second. 
Sherman, bet Webster 

and Fillmore S fm Ellis. 
Sherman, City Land As. 
Sherman Avenue, W 

End Map No 2. 

Sherwood Place, bet 

Mission and Howard fm 

Third NE. 

Shields, City Land Assn. 

Shipley, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Fourth SW. 

Shotwell, bet Howard 

and Folsom fm Fourteenth 

S to Serpentine av. 

Street. W. side. 

Fourteenth 2 

Fifteenth 100 

Sl-xteenth 200 

Seventeenth 300 

Eighteenth 400 

Nineteenth 500 

Twentieth 600 

Twenty-first 700 

Twenty -second 800 

Twenty-third 900 

Twentv-fourth 1000 

Twenty -fifth 1100 

Twenty-sixth 1200 



Sickles Avenue, West 

End Map No 2. 
Siegel, S fm California av 

to Cortland av, B H. 



Sierra, bet Napa and Ne- 
vada fm the bay. W to Po- 
trero av. 
Silliman, University H 

Assn. 
Silver, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm Second to 
Fourth. 
Silver Avenue, fm Fif- 
teenth av W to county 
road. 
Simpson Place, W s 
First bet Harrison and 
Bryant 
Sixteenth, bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Har- 
rison W to Castro. 
Sixth, bet Fifth and 
Seventh fm Market SE to 
Tennessee. 
Street. S. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 

Shipley ..^ 

Clara 

Harrison 

Bryant 

Brannan...- , 

Townsend 

King 

Berry 800 

Channel 

Solano, bet Mariposa and 
Butte fm the bay W to 
HarriEon. 
Sonoma, bet Nevada and 
Yolo fm the bay W to Min- 
nesota. 
Sonoma Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 
Sonora, bet Kearny and 
Dupont tin Green to Union. 
Sophie Terrace, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Pine N. 
South, S of HubbeU SW 
ftn Kentucky to Sixteenth. 
South Avenue, fm Cres- 
cent av NE to Holly Park. 
BH. 
Spear, bet Stuart and Main 
fm Market SE to the bay. 
Street. JSl W. side. 

Market 2 

Hodges court 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom .- 30Q 

Harrison 400 



100 



200 



400 



700 



Spotford, bet Dupont and 

Stockton fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 
Springy, bet Montgomery 

and Kearny fm Pine to 

California. 
Spruce, bet Maple and 

Locust fm California N to 

Presidio Reservation. 
St. Charles, bet Valleio 

and Green fm Kearny W. 
St. Charles Place, bet 

Pacific and Broadway fm 

Kearny E. 
St. James Alley, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Mason 

E. 
St. Joseph Avenue, 

bet Broderick and Baser, 

fm Turk to Geary, fronting 

Calvarv Cemetery. 
St. Kiouis Alley, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 

Jackson S. 
St. Mark's Place see 

Morton Street. 
St. Mary's Place, be! 

Dupont and Kearny fm 

Pine to Calitbrnla. 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



63 



Staudisli, S fm California 

av to Powliattan, B H. 
Stanford, bet Second and 

Third fm Brannan to 

Townsend. 
Staule^r Place, bet 

First and Second fin Har- 
rison to Bryant. 
Stanly, City Land Assn. 
Stanl.v Court, bet Har- 

lifon and Bryant E fm 

Stanley Place. 
Stanyon. S fm Fulton E s 

Golden Gate Park. 
Star, SE fm California av 

to Franconia av, B H. 
State, City Land Assn. 
Stelner, bet Fillmore and 

Pierce N fm Eidley to 

Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Ridley 2 

Kate 100 

WaUer 200 

Haipbt 300 

Ease 400 

Oak 500 

Fell 600 

Hayes 700 

Grove 800 

Fulton 900 

McAllister 1000 

Tyler 1100 

Turk 1200 

Eddv 1300 

EUis HOG 

Byington 

O'Farrell .1500 

i3€arv 1600 

Post 1700 

Sutter 1800 

Bush 1900 

Wildey 

tine 2000 

California 21(pO 

Sacramento 2200 

Caav 2.300 

SFashingtou 2400 

Jackson 2500 

Pacific 2600 

Broadway 2700 

Vallejo 2S00 

Gfreen 2900 

Pnlnn 3000 

F">— 3100 

■n:'''Z'.Z''.'.'.'ZmiO 

L. ...-_ri.'zzz''.'.'.''::;;33oo 

Cbeitnut 3400 

Francisco 3500 

Bay 3100 

North Point 3700 

Beach 3«)0 

JefTersoD :?n00 

ronquin 4000 



Stenart, bet East and 
Spear fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
Street. S. TT. side. 

Market.... 2 

gission 100 
Dward 200 

F,olsom 300 

Btereloe Place, bet El- 
lie and O'Farrell ftn Jones 

.K. 

Stevenson, bet Market 
and Mission to First SW 
to Brady. (Xot open 

■'t. K.W.side. 

;;"!!"!"!";!!;;;;;; loo 

1 utgomery 

ihird 1!'!!;!"!!!V'Z"ZV""^ 200 

Fourth 

Fifth 400 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

Behth 700 

Ninth 



Stockton, bet Dupont 
and Powell X fm Market to 
Beach. 
^, Street. E. side. 

Market •> 

O'Farrell loo 

Geary 200 

Morton 

Post ." 300 

Stockton place 



Sutter.. 



Emma 

Pine .'. 600 

California TOO 

Emmet place 

Sacramento 800 

Clay 900 

Washington 1000 

Jackson nOO 

Pacific 1200 

Polk lane 

Broadway 1300 

Vallejo 1400 

Card alley 

Montgomerv avenue 

Green ". 1500 

Union 1600 

Filbert 1700 

Greenwich 1800 

Lombard 1900 

Chestnut 2000 

Pfeifler 

Francisco 2100 

Bay 2200 

North Point 2.300 

Stockton Place, bet 
Post and Sutter tin Dupont 
to Stockton. 
Stone, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Washington to 
Jackson. 
Stoat's Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
■Washington to Jackson. 
Stringbani, fm Islais 
creek W of Adele S to 
Hecker. 
Sullivan, bet Grattan 
and Carl E and AV s Stan- 



Sullivan, Gift Map No 2, 

Sullivan Alley, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 
Jackson to Pacific. 
Sullivan Alley, het 

First and Second fm Mis- 
sion S. 
Summer, bet Pine and 
California ftn Montgomery 
to Kearny. 
Summer, bet Rosencrans 
and Prentiss S fm Califor- 
nia av to Powhnttan. 
Sumner, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fni Howard SE. 
Sutter, bet Post and Bush 
W fm Market. 
Street. y. side. 

Market 1 

Montgomerv 100 

Trinity 

Lick place 

Kearny 200 

Clara lane 

Dupont 300 

Stockton 400 

Powell 500 

Delaware court 

Mason fiOO 

Taylor 700 

Jones 800 

Leavenworth 900 

Hvde 1000 

Larkin 1100 | 

Polk 1200 

Van Ness avenue 1300 

Franklin 1400 

Gongh 1500 

Octavia 1600 

Laguna 1700 

Buchanan 1800 

Web.ster 1900 

Fillmore 2000 

Stelner 2100 

Pierce 2200 

Scott 2300 



Dcvisadero 2400 

Broderick 2500 

Baker 2600 

L.von 2700 

Swan, SW fm Bernal. 
Sweeney, W fm San Bru- 
no road. 
Sweet, bet Tavlor and 
Jones fm Broadway to Val- 
lejo. 



Tay, bet PoweUand Jlason 
fin Sacramento to Clav. 

Taylor, bet Ma.=on" and 
Jones N fm Market to Jef- 
ferson. 
Street. E. side. 

Market <> 

Turk ;:: loo 

Edd-v 200 

Ellis 300 

O'Farrell 400 

Geary 500 

Oak 

Taylor place 

Adelaide place 

Post 600 

Lewis 

Sutter 700 

Bush 800 

Pine 900 

Villa place 

California lOOO 

Sacramento „ lioo 

Pleasant 

Clay... 1200 

W ashington 1300 

Jackson 1400 

Pacific 1500 

Bernard 

Broadway 1600 

Vallejo 1700 

Green 18OO 

Lincoln 

Cnion 1900 

Filbert 2000 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2100 

Lombard 2200 

Montgomery avenue 

Chestnut 2300 

Water 

Huston 

Franci.sco 2400 

Vandewater 

Bay 2500 

North Point 2600 

Beach 2700 

Taylor Place, bet Post 

and Geary fm Taylor E. 
Teliama, bet Howard and 
Folsom fm First SM'. 
Street. X. W. side. 

First 2 

Second 100 

Third „ 200 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Si.\th 

Seventh 

Eighth 700 

Teh am a, S s Montezuma , 

B H. 
Teliama Place, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 

Fir^t NE. 
Telegrapb or New 

Morse, A\ est End H .\s.sn. 
Tele^rapli Place, bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 

fin Good-Children E. 
Tennessee, bet Kentucky 

and Minnesota ftn South S 

to Tulare. 
Tenth, bet Ninth and 

Eleventh fm Market SE to 

Mission creek. 
Street. S. IF. side. 

Marh-et 2 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Harri.Non 400 

Brjant 500 

Tevis, bet Third and 

Fourth fm King to Berry 



T«xa*i bet Mississippi and 

Missouri to Si.xteenth S 

to Tulare. 
Theresa, Academy tract. 
Third, bet Secoiid and 

Fourth fm Market SE to 

Channel. 
Street. S.W.side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson ..". 

Jessie 

Mission J,. '.'.'."" 100 

Minna 

Sherwood place " 

Everett 

Hunt ■;;■ 

Howard 20O 

Tehama .'.'".' 

Noble place ...."!!!. 

Clementina "........ 

Folsom .'."!!!'.".! 300 

\ erona place 

Harrison 400 

Perry 

Silver '. 

Brjant goo 

South park 

Brannan 600 

Townsend 700 

King 

Berry ";;."■;;■; 800 

Thirteenth, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth fm Mis- 
sion easterly to Treat ar. 

Thirtieth, S of Dry to 
Mis.sion M' to Bellevue. 

Thompson Avenue, 
bet Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 

Thornton, City Land A. 

Tiirord, bet Brvant and 
Brannan to Sixth NE. 

Tilton. fm Vallencia par- 
aU?l with Market, F.int 
Tract H. 

Tingley, Academv tract. 

Tomasa, SE fm Califor- 
nia av to California av, 
BH. 

Tonquin, bet Jefferson 
and Lewis W fm Larkin to 
Presidio Reservation. 

Torrens Court, bet 
Hyde and LarKiu to Clay 
N. 

Tonchard, bet Jones and 
Leavenworth fm I'ine S. 

Townsend, bet Brannan 
and King SW to First to 
Eighth. 
Street. X.W.side. 

First 2 

Second lOO 

Stanford 

Hammond place 

Third 200 

Ritch 

Liberty 

Madden 

Haggin 

Crooks 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

Treat Avenue, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Thir- 
teenth S to Serpentine av. 
Trinity, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Sutter to 
Bush. 
Truett,betC!ay and Wash- 
ington fm )Iason W. 
Tulare, bet Marin and 
Islais Creek Chanuel fm 
the bay W to Orleans. 
Turk, bet Tyler and Eddy 
Wfm Junction Ma^on and 
JIarket. 
Street. JS\ side. 

Jfark-ot 2 

JIargaret place 

Tavlor 100 

Jones 300 

Leavenworth 300 

Hyde 400 

Dodge 



64 



NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 



500 



Jjarkin, 

Polk ow 

Van Ness avenue /OO 

Franklin 800 

Gough 900 

Octavia 1000 

Laguna UOO 

Buchanan 1200 

Webster 1300 

Fillmore 1400 

Steiner 1500 

Pierce 1600 

Scott 1700 

Devisadero 1800 

Broderick 1900 

Baker 2000 

Lyon 2100 

Lett 2200 

Twelfth, bet Eleventh 
and Thirteenth Im Mis- 
sion SE to Harrison. 
Xwentientli, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-first fm 
Harrison W to Douglass. 
Twenty - eishth, bet 
Duncan and Valley fm Old 
San Jose road W to Belle- 
vue. 
Twemty-fiftli, bet Twen- 
ty-fourth and Twenty- 
sixth fm Potrero av W to 
Bellevue. 
T w e 11 1 y - fl r s t, bet 
Twentieth and Twenty- 
second fm Potrero av W 
to Eureka. 
Twenty - fonrtli, bet 
Twenty-third andTwenty- 
flfth fm Potrero av W to 
Bellevue. 
Twenty-nintli, bet Val- 
ley and Dry fm Mission W 
to Bellevue. 
Twenty - second, bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty- 
third fm Potrero av W to 
Douglass. 
Twenty - seventh, bet 
Army and Duncan ftn Old 
Saa Jose road W to Belle- 
vue. 
Twenty-sixth, bet 
Twenty-fifth and Army 
fm Old San Jose road W to 
Bellevue. 
Twenty-third, bet 
Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-fourth fm Potrero av 
W to Douglass. 
Tyler, bet McAllister and 
Turk W fm junction Tay- 
lor and Market. 
Street. N. side. 

Market 2 

Jones 100 

Leavenworth 200 

Dall place 

Charles 

Hyde 300 

Larkin 400 

Polk 500 

Van Ness 
Franklin. 

Gough 

Octavia 900 

Laguna 1000 

Buchanan 1100 

Webster 1200 

Fillmore 1300 

Steiner 1400 

Pierce 1500 

Scott 1600 

Devisadero 1700 

Broderick 1800 

Baker 1900 

Lyon 2000 

Lott 2100 

Tyson Place, bet Stock- 
ton and PoweU fm Wash- 
ington S. 

Unandilla, Avenue, 

West End Map No 1. 

Vnlon, bet Green and Fil- 
bert W fm Front to Pre- 
sidio Keservation. 
Street. N. side. 

Front 2 



Battery 100 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 

Calhoun ~. 

Montgomery 300 

Vincent 

Kearny 400 

Filbert place 

Sonoma place 

Lafayette place 

Varenne 

Dupont.. 500 

Cadell alley 

Bannan place 

Jasper 

Union place 

Stockton 600 

Montgomery avenue 

Powell 700 

August alley 

Mason 800 

Taylor 900 

Jones 1000 

Bay View place 

Leavenworth 1100 

Sharp place 

Hyde... 1200 

Larkin 1300 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue 1500 

Franklin 1600. 

Gough 1700 

Octavia 1800 

Laguna 1900 

Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Fillmore :2200 

Steiner 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Scott .-. 2.500 

Devisadero 2600 

Broderick 2700 

Baker 2800 

Union Avenne, fm 
Laurel av E to San Bruno 
road. 
Union Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 
University, University 

Homestead Assn. 
Utah, bet Nebraska and 
Potrero av fm Mission 
creek S to Precita creek. 
Valencia, bet Guerrero 
and Mission fm Market S 
to Twenty-ninth. 
Vallejo, bet Broadway 
and Green W fm Davis. 
Street. N. side. 

Davis 2 

Front 100 

Battery 200 

Sansome 300 

Bartol 

Montgomery 400 

Kearny 500 

Pollard place 

Pinckney 

Margaret place 

Dupont 600 

Montgomery avenue 

Vallejo place 

Agues lane 

Stockton 700 

Maiden lane 

Morey alley 

Powell 800 

Washoe place 

Mason 900 

Vallejo court 

Taylor 1000 

Sweet 

Florence 

Jones 1100 

Leavenworth 1200 

Hyde 1300 

White 

Larkin 1400 

Polk 1500 

Van Ness avenue 1600 

Franklin ". 1700 

Gough 1800 

Octavia 1900 

Laguna .- 2000 

Buchanan 2100 

Webster 2200 

FiUmore 2300 



Steiner 2400 

Pierce 2500 

Scott 2600 

Devisadero 2700 

Broderick 2800 

Baker 2900 

Vallejo Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Val- 
lejo S. 
Vallejo Conrt, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Vallejo 
S. 
Valley, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
fin San Jose av W to Belle- 
vue. 
Valparaiso, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Mason 
to Jones. 
Van BTess Avenue, bet 
Polk and Franklin N fm 
Market to Lewis. 
Street. E- side. 

Market 2 

Hickory 

Fell 100 

Linden 

Hayes 200 

Ivy 

Grove 300 

Birch 

Fulton 400 

Ash avenue 

McAllister 500 

Locust 

Tyler 600 

Elm avenue 

Turk 700 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 800 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 900 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1000 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary UOO 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1200 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1300 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1400 

Austin 

Pine 1500 

California 1600 

Sacramento 1700 

Clay 1800 

Washington 1900 

Jackson 2000 

Pacific 2100 

Broadway 2200 

Vallejo 2300 

Green 2400 

Union 2500 

Filbert 2600 

Greenwich 2700 

Lombard 2800 

Chestnut 2900 

Francisco 3000 

Bay 3100 

NorthPoint 3200 

Beach 3300 

Jefferson..; 3400 

Tonquin 3500 



Vandewater, bet Fran- 
cisco and Bay fm Powell 
to Taylor. 

Varenues, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Union to 
Filbert. 

Vassar Place, bet Sec- 
ond and Third Im Harrison 
SE. 

Vermehr Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Kearny 
E. 

Vermont, bet Kansas 
and Nebraska fm Mission 
Creek to Precita creek. 

Vernon, City Land Assn. 

Vernon Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Hyde 



Vernon Place, bet Fol- 
Bom and Harrison W fm 
Second to Hawthorne. 

Verona Place, bet Fol- 
Bom and Harrison fm 
Third NE. 

Vicksbiirg, bet Church 
and Sanchez fm Twenty- 
first S to Twenty-fifth. 

Victoria, City Land Ass. 

Vienna, Excelsior Home- 
stead Assn. 

Villa Place, bet Pine 
and California fm Taylor E 

Vincent, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fin Green to 
Union. 

Virginia, bet Ohio and 
New York fm Water Front 
S to First av. 

Virginia, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Washing- 
ton to Pacific. 

Virginia Avenue, SE 
fm Mission to Cherubusco, 
B H. 

Virginia Place, bet 
Pine and California fm Du- 
ontW. 

irginia Place, bet 
PoweU and Stockton '— 
Broadway S. 



V?S 



IVall Place, bt Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Jack- 
son N. 
"Waller, bet Ridley and 
HaightW fm Octavia and 
Market. 
"Walnut, bet Laurel and 
Central av fm California N 
to Presidio Eeservatin. 
Walnut, City Land Assn. 
"Walnut Avenue, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Larkin 
to Laguna. 
War«l, S fm Cortland av 

to Orescent av, B H. 

"Warden, bet Stockton 

and Powell fm FranciBco N 

TVardeu Avenue,West 

End Map No 2. 
"Warren, bet Whitney 
and Bartlett S fm Thirti- 
eth to Palmer. 
Washington, bet Clay 
and Jackson W fm East. 
Street. N. side. 

East 

Drumm 100 

Davis 200 

Cedar 

Front 300 

Battery •. 400 

Custom House place ; 

Sansome.-. 500 

Jones alley 

Montgomery 600 

Montgomery avenue 

Dunbar alley 

Kearny 700 

Brenham place 

Washington alley 

Dupont 800 

Waverley place 

Spofford 

Eoss 

Stockton 900 

Havens place 

Virginia 

Stone 

Tyson place 

Powell 1000 

Codman place 

Wetmore place 

Mason UOO 

Adona place 

Taylor 1200 

Jones 1300 

Priest 

Keed 

Leavenworth 1400 

Hyde 1500 

Larkin 1600 

Polk 1700 

Van Ness avenue 1800 

Franklin 1900 



STKlfiJfiT AJND AVJiJMUJK (iUIDE. 



DO 



eh 2000 

OctaVia 2100 

Laguna 2200 

Buchanan 2300 

Webster 2400 

Fillmore 2500 

Steiner 2600 

Pierce 2700 

Scott 2800 

Devisadero 2900 

Brodericli 3000 

Baker 3100 

Washington Alley, 
bet Kearny and Dupont 
fin Washington to JacliBon 
W^ashinsrton Ave- 
nue, bet Folsom and Co- 
lumbia Place S fm Precita 
av, B H. 
fVasliington Ave- 
nue, bet Ninth and Tenth 
fm Mission to Howard. 
Waslioe Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Val- 
lejo N. 
Water, bet Chestnut and 
Francisco fm Mason to 
Taylor. 
Water Front, fm County 
line northerly along the 
tiav to Yuba. 
Watt Avenue, W End 

Homestead Assn. 
IVaverly Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento to Washing- 
ton. ^ 
Wayland, University H 
Apsn. 

rayne. Gift Map No 2, 
B H. 
Webb, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm California 
to Sacramento. 
Webli Place, bet Green 

and Union fm Mason W. 
Webster, bet Buchanan 
and Fillmore N fm Kate to 
Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Kate 2 

Germania 

Waller 100 



Halght 200 

Page 300 

Oak 400 

Hickory avenue 

Fell 500 

Linden 

Haves 600 

Grove 700 

Fulton 800 

McAllister 900 

Tyler 1000 

Turk 1100 

Eddy 1200 

Ellis 1300 

O'Farrell 1400 

Geary 1500 

Post 1600 

Sutter 1700 

BuEh 1800 

Wildev 

Pine 1900 

California 2000 

Saciamento 2100 

Clay 2200 

Washington 2300 

Jackson 2400 

Pacific 2500 

Broadway 2600 

Vallejo 2700 

Green 2S00 

Union 2900 

Filbert 3000 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3.300 

Francisco 34t0 

Bav 3500 

North Point 3600 

Beach 3700 

Jefferson 3800 

Tonquin 3900 

Webster, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fm Lom- 
bard to Chestnut. 

Weldon, nr San Bruno 
roadS fm Crescent av. 

Wells Court, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Lombard S. 

"Welsli, bet Bryant and 
Brannan fin Zoe to SW of 
Fourth. 



W^est Avenue, E fm 

Mission B H. 
W^est El Dorado, bet 

South and Eureka SW fm 
Sixth to Sixteenth. 

W^est-End Alley, bet 
Hyde and Larkin tm Green 
to Union. 

'Wetmore Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Clay 
to Washington. 

TVIiite, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin fm Vallejo N. 

White Place, bet 
Seventh and Eighth fm 
Bryant SE. 

Whiting, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Dupont E 

Whitnej-, bet Mission 
and Howard fm Fifteenth 
to Sixteenth. 

Whitney, bet Dame and 
Warren S fm Thirtieth to 
Palmer. 

Wildey, bet Pine and 
Bush fm Webster to Stei- 
ner. 

William, bet Tavlor and 
Jones fm O'Farrell to Post. 

'Williams, University H 
Assn. 

W^illiam Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
California N. 

W^illiamson, bet Chase 
and Bovce fm Point Lobos 
av N to Laurel Hill Ceme- 
tery. 

Willow, bet Fifth and 
Sixth Im Folsom to Shipley 

Willow Avenue, bet 
Eddy and Ellis ftn Larkin 
to Buchanan. 

Willows, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Valencia to Mission. 

Tt^inans Alley, bet 
Howard and Tehama fm 
Eighth E. 

-Winslow, S fm Califor- 
nia av to Powhattan 



Winter l.ane, bet 

Green and Union fm Ma- 
son E. 

Winter Place, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm O'Farrell 
N. 

W^isconsin, bet Arkan- 
sas and Carolina fm Eighth 
S to Napoleon. 

Wolfe, E fm (California av 
to Isabel, BH. 

Wood, bet Collins and Eu- 
genia fm Point Lobos av 
N to Laurel Hill Ceme- 
terv. 

Wool, S fm North av, B H 

"Woolsey, University H 
Assn. 

Worden, bet Stockton 
and Powell N fm Fran- 
cisco. 

W^yoming, bet Dacotah 
and Ohio fm Islais S to 
First av. 
lui; 
Map] 



Xale, University Home- 
stead Assn. 

Verba Buena, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Sacra- 
mento to Clay. 

Volo, bet Nevada and Co- 
lusa fm the bay AV to Po- 
trero av. 

York, bet Hampshire and 
Florida fm Mission creek S 
to Tweutv-first, and bet 
Hampshire and Bryant fm 
Twenty-first to Serpentine 

Tuba, bet Colusa and 
Yolo fm the Bay W to 
Iowa. 



Zoe, bet Third and Fourth 
fm Bryant to Brannan. 

Zoe Place, bet Beale and 
Fremont fm Folsom SE. 



CHANGES, REMOVALS, ADDITIONS, ETC.. 

Too Late for Regular Insertion. 



Abraham Gabriel, clothing and tailor, 33-35 
Second and 606 Market 

Adair Oeorge B., (Pilsbury, A. &Co.) 
res 764 Bryant 

Adams George E., with Alaska Commercial 
Co., res 1533 Sutter 
Samnel, druggist, res 1533 Sutter 



Acton Kobert, bootmaker with Buckingham 
& Hecht, res 551 Howard 

Adler Eobert, bootcutter with Einstein Bros. 
& Co., res 115 Eleventh 

Ahearn Michael, bootcrimper with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res EUis bet 
Pierce and Scott 

Alatorro William, barber, res 504 Vallejo 

Alhambra Quicksilver M. Co., E. VonPfister, 
sec, 22 Merchants' Exchange 

Allen Elizabeth, cigarmaker, 603 Front, res 
315 Beale 

W. H., atty-at-law, office 607 "Wash- 
ington, res 206 Elhs 

Alverson S. H., blacksmith with Kimball 
Manfr Co., res 139 Silver 

Ambrose Daniel, clerk with James Ambrose, 
res 533 Fulton 

Ambrose James, poultry and game, 
78-79 Centre Market, res 533 
Fulton 

Anthony A., shoemaker with Buckingham 
& Hecht, res 297 Clementina 

Armstrong George, bootturner with Buck- 
ingham & Hecht, res N s Web- 
ster nr Waller 

Armstrong James, Eagle Brewery, 
SW cor Fourteenth and Folsom 

Ayres «fe Hopkins, (J. I. Ayres and 
Lemuel Hopkins) real estate 
agents. 531 California 

Ayres Joshua I., (Ayres & Hopkins) res 
555 3^^ Minna 

Bailie Alexander, bootmaker with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res 14 Page 

Banks William, (Durose & B.) res 
1419 Washington 



Baker L. F., jr., importer and dealer glazed 
paper, blank books, card boards, 
etc., 410-412 Sansome 

W. J., stock broker, res 1628 Sac. 

Baltimore Consolidated S. M. Co., (Storey 
Co., Nev.) C. A. Sankey, sec, 331 
Montgomery 

Bannister Alfred, (Starr & Co.) and 
accountant London and San 
Francisco Bank, res 309 Powell 

Barkan Adolph, occulist and aurist, 
office 305 Kearny, res 13 Guy pi 

Barnard Matthew, shoemaker with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res 528 Stevenson 

Barrett & Cazneau, Senate BilUard Saloon, 
38 Geary 

Matthew, (Barrett & Cazneau) res 7 

Geary 

Barry Thomas, bootcrimper with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res 2 Eddy pi 

Bauer Emile, (White & B.)res N s Geary 
bet Fillmore and Steiner 

Baumann Henry, saloon, NW cor Filbert and 
Montgomery av 

Bawn John, bootmaker with Buckingham & 
Hecht, res 515 Gough 

Baxter Charles G., shoefitter with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res 709 Jones 

Bay Park Homestead Assn, W. G. Doolittle, 
sec, office 430 Montgomery 

Beale «fc Wolfe, (William Beale and 
James Wolfe) saloon, 601 Kearny 

Beanston George, sec. Board of Education, 
22 City Hall, res 13 Yerba Buena 

Beitger Conrad, musician, res 14 Scott pi j 

Bennett George, painter with Wilson & j 
Moulton,resNWcorClay and Davis 

Benson James E., pressman with D. M. 
Bishop & Co., res 2710 Howard 

Bernhard S. H., (Ellis & B.) res 550 Jessie 

Berry A. W., clerk with Hanson, Ackerson 
& Co., pier 11 Steurt 

BielawskiC, draughtsman, U. S. Surveyor 
General's Office, 806 Pine 



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Bingham William F., clerk, res S s Wash- 
ington nr First av 

Birkniaier George L<ewis, (Kohler, 
Chase & Co.) res The Windsor 

Bisbee D. W. F., (Benjamin Williams & Co.) 
res Euss House 

Blake Charles E., dentist, res 1231 Turk 

Blair A. W., atty-at-law, office 607 Washing- 
ton 

Blank John, bootmaker with Buckingham & 
Hecht, res 1209 Mission 

Bloomer J. G., city manager Atlantic and 
Pacific Telegraph Co., res 1816 
Dupont 

Bogert W. T., (Bogert & Caldwell) res Oak- 
land 

Bosqui Edward & Co., (Edward Bos- 
qui) stationers, SW cor Sansome 
and Commercial, and printers and 
bookbinders, 523 Clay 

Boswell S. B., stock broker, res Grand Hotel 

Bourke T., (Karau & B.) res 30 Geary 

Bowers J. Milton, physician, office 8 
Third, and 703 Market 

Breslauer & Levy, (Lipman Breslauer and 
Nathan Levy) wool and hides, 
222 California 

Lipman, (Breslauer & Levy) res 405 

Powell 

Brion Frederick & Co., (F. Brion and Otto 
Eichholz) saloon, SW cor Com- 
mercial and Kearny 

Frederick, (Frederick Brion & Co.) 

res 521 Green 

Broderick Ansel W., carpenter, res 111 Ellis 

Broer Karl, musician, Hanoverian Band, res 
14 Scott pi 

Brough W. A., compositor, Call, res 927 
Howard 

Browne Frank B., agent Beale's Fire-proof 
Paint, 304 Market, res 516 Fol- 
som 

Browning & Heber, (August Browning and 
William Heber) gun and lock- 
smiths, 631 Washington 

Bryant A. Mrs., lodgings, 21 Turk 

Bureau Veritas International Register of 
Shipping, D. F. Hutchings, sur- 
veyor, office 318 Cahfornia 

Burnett William H., moulder, res 251 Te- 



Bush John, butcher with Loewenstein & 
Schad, res 222 Jessie 

Buswell Alexander, bookbinder, 521 Clay, 
res 1005 Stockton 

Butler Theodore A., wood engraver, 
611 Clay, res SE cor Pine and FiU- 
more 

California Bed Comforter Fac- 
tory, Durose & Banks, proptrs, 
9 Sutter 

California Posten, (Scandinavian, 
weekly) F. Iverson and P. Freese, 
editors and proptrs, office 326 
Sansome 



Cannavan Josephine, boxmaker with Wempe 
Bros., res 1703 Dupont 

Cane Alfred, dental surgeon, 147 Fourth, 
res 145 Fourth 

Carolan, Hooker A Cory, (James 
Carolan, John D. Hooker and 
Isaac H. Cory) importers and 
dealers in iron and hardware, 
117 and 119 CaUfornia 

Carrigan A., (Dunham, C. & Co.) res 
124 Tyler 

Caspar! J., musician, res 1005 Powell 

Castel G., French polisher and varnisher, 
res rear 15 Stockton 

Caznau Thomas, (Barrett & C.) res 13 
Eddy 

Central Belmont S. M. Co., (BekQont,Nev.) 
David Wilder, sec, 28 Merchants' 
Exchange 

Chamberlin Charlotte, widow, res 208 Eddy 

Chambers John W., pressman with Cuddy & 
Hughes, res 811 Stockton 

Child «fc Maguire, (Edwin F. Child 
and George E. Maguii-e) stock- 
brokers, 304 Sansome 

Edwin F., (Child & Maguire) res 

1618 Washington 

Churchill J. S., (Pendleton & C.) res 
50 Tehama 

Cienega Anastacio, expressman, SW cor Val- 
lejo and Dupont, res 1613 Powell 

Clerc Baoul, (Ten Bosch & C.) res 228 
Post 

Coakley A. Collins, (Frank Coakley 
and P. F. Collins) merchant tai- 
lors, 102 Fourth 

Coakley Frank, (Coakley & CoUins) 
res 118 Prospect pi 

Cocuan Victor, waiter. Globe Restaurant, 
res 928 Jackson 

Cole George, barkeeper with John D. Yates, 
SW cor Market and Third 

Collins J. A., atty-at-law, office 58 Mont- 
gomery blk, res 301 Turk 

J. E,., groceries, NW cor Eighth and 

Shipley 

Collins P. F.,(Coakley&C.)res 37 Jessie 

Combination G. and S. M. C, David 
Wilder, sec, office 28 Merchants' 
Exchange 

Conger Benjamin T., job printer, 524 Wash- 
ingson, res 20 Jessie bet Seventh 
and Eighth 

Cope, Uhler & Co., (G. W. Cope, George 0, 
Davis and J. Clem. Uhler) stock- 
brokers, 503 California 

Cordan Antonio C, hairdressing 
saloon, 210 Drumm, res Oakland 

Cornwell & Wyman, (John CornweU and 
Charles F. Wyman) paperhang- 
ings, floortiles and glassware, 126 
Post 

John, (Cornwell & Wyman) res Ar- 
lington House 



COS i 

Cosmopolitan Steam Printing 
Co., (Patrick J. Thomas, Peter 
F. Eyan and Theodore E. Kull) 
505 Clay 

Crocker JohnH., stockbroker, 215 Sansome, 
res 716 Leavenworth 

Crosby Sophia J. Mrs., dealer human hair, 
1106 Market 

Cunningham Elizabeth, groceries and li- 
quors, SW cor Mission and Twen- 
ty-ninth 

Curtis Charles G.,bookkeeper, res 22 Twelfth 

DaTieson «& Co., (Lewin Davieson and 
E. Espinasse) contractors for 
Chinese labor, 619 Sacramento 

Davieson liCwin, (Davieson & Co.) 
619 Sacramento 

Davis George B., merchant tailor, 308 Sutter, 
res 1118 Sacramento 

Davis George E., homoeopathic physi- 
cian, office 108 Stockton, res 
1118 Sacramento 

J. P., bookkeeper. National Flouring 

Mills, SW cor Battery and Pacific 

Eobert Mrs., res 331 Seventeenth 

E. D. W. & Co., auctioneers, 212 

Sansome 

Deane Coll, stockbroker, 311 California, 
res Oakland 

Diamond James, (Mason &I>.) res 60 
Everett 

Doane B. A., clerk with Hanson Ackerson 
& Co., pier 11, Steuart 

Doberty William K., physician and 
surgeon, office 649 Clay, res 933 
Sutter 

Dole Daniel N., capitalist, res 1712 Sac. 

Donahue Thomas, capitalist, office 
and res 420 Montgomery 

Dormann Charles, carpenter with A. H. 
Lochbaum, 134 Sutter 

Dorr Joseph A., manager Golden Star 
Cracker Bakery, res NW cor San- 
some and Washington 

Dougherty D., expressman, SWcor Sansome 
and California 

Douglas P. «fe Co., crockery and glass- 
ware, 540 Kearny 

Dreyfus Emile, (E. Eaas & Co.) res 
Paris 

Duffy & McKay, (J. C. Duffy and Alexander 
McKay) marble yard, 937 Market 

J. C, (Duffy & McKay) res 211 Eddy 

Dulip Emile A., wholesale and retail 
dealer and rectifier liquors, 805 
Montgomery, res 311 Lombard 

Dunham, Carrigan <& Co., — succes- 
sors to Conroy, O'Connor & Co. — 
(B. P. Dunham, E. W. Plater, 
B. Hayden, W. L. McCormick 
and A. Carrigan) importers hard- 
ware, iron and steel, 107 - 111 
Front 

Dunham B. F., (Dunham, Carrigan & 
Co.) res 1606 California 



^ FEL 

Durose «fc Banks, (F. F. Durose and 
Wm. Banks) propts Gal. Bed 
Comforter Factory, 9 Sutter 

Durose F. F., (Durose* & Banks) res 
1402 Hyde 

Dyer Sarah Mrs., res 348 Fourth 

Eastman Thomas S., importer and manu- 
facturer of carriages, wagons and 
harnesses, 415 Battery, res 522 
Third 

Ebeling Phillip, (Hubash, Kutz & Co.) 
res 824 Montgomery 

Eckstein «t Schoenehurg, (William 
Eckstein and Louis Schoeneburg) 
beer and billiards, NW cor Bush 
and Montgomery 

Eckstein William, (Eckstein & Scho- 
eneburg) res 12 St. Mary pi 

El Tecolote, (Spanish daily) J. M. Pimentel 
and C. Sepulveda, 625 Merchant 

Elmers Mary Miss, .teacher dress cutting, 
res 303 Jessie 

Nichols, res 1823 Powell 

Emerson D. W., boot and shoe manuf, 
77 New Montgomery, res NE cor 
Twenty-sixth and Bartlett 

Emetsberg & O'Connell, (P. Emetsberg and 
M. O'Connell) butchers, 1012 
Pacific 

P., (Emetsburg & O'Connell) res 

1012 Pacific 

English John, druggist and apothecary, 
1411 Dupont, res 15 Ohio 

Esberg, Bachman &Co., (M. Esberg, Samuel 
Bachman and Julius Ehrmann) 
importers and dealers in cigars, 
207-209 Battery 

Esten John, homoeopathic physician, of- 
fice 108 Stockton, res 228 Mc- 
Allister 

Excelsior Quicksilver M. Co., E. Von Pfis- 
ter, sec, office 22 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Farnfield Charles P,, clerk, Union Ins. Co., 
res 327 Seventeenth 

FauU William, (Wilson, Merry & Co.) res 
892% Sutter 

Fauss Henry & Co., (Henry Fauss and Henry 
Habermehl) proprs., WiUows 
Exchange, cor Nineteenth and 
Mission, and California Ex- 
change, 535 California 

Henry, (Henry Fauss & Co.) res cor 

Mission and Nineteenth 

Favre & Jaujou, (Francois Favre and Eu- 
gene Jaujou) distillers and mnfrs 
syrups, liquors, cordials, etc, 430- 
432 Jackson 

Fay Pliny, Eustic Shade Factory, 417 Mis- 
sion, res 225 Tyler 

Fechheimer, Goodkind & Co., importers 
clothing, 16-18 Sansome 

Feldbusch «t Co., (J. H. D. Feldbusch) 
importers of toys and fancy 
goods, 306-308 Battery 



FIG 

Fignerd Louis, furniture dealer, res E s Ma- 
son bet Sacramento and California 

First-street House, Martin Hoffman, propr., 
64-66 First 

Fish A. L. & Co., (Arthur L. and Frank H. 
Fish) agents, Knowles Steam 
Pump and Clapp & Jones' Steam 
Fire Engines, 9-11 First 

. Frank H., (A. L. Fish & Co.) res 

1109 Folsom 

Arthur L., (A. L. Fish & Co.) res 

1109 Folsom 

Fischer William, boots and shoes, 806 
Washington 

Fitch Oscar, S. F. Ten Cent Parcel De- 
livery Co., res NW cor Eddy and 
Steiner 

Fitzgerald 9Iaggie Aliss, dealer in 
millinery geods, 750 Market 

Foard John M., editor, Golden Era, res 506 
Kearny 

T. J., publisher, Golden Era, SWcor 

Montgomery and Clay, res 605 
Geary 

Foote Joseph H., New England Combination 
Plastic Koofing Co., res 32 Sixth 

Forbes Joseph 0. jr., student, Heald's Busi- 
ness College, res 15 Ellis 

Forsaith & Shaw, (Edward W. Forsaith and 
John Shaw) commission mer- 
chants, 325 Front 

Foster 4: Co., (Samuel Foster) wholesale 
grocers and commission mer- 
chants, 36 California, res cor Mis- 
sion and Fifteenth 

Foster Samuel, (Foster <fe Co.) res SE 
cor Fifteenth and Mission 

Fox & Vincent, (Charles Fox and Geo. W. 
Vincent) Uquor saloon, 133 Mont- 
Fox Charles, (Fox & Vincent) res 2 Chat- 
ham pi 

Frank, Dallemand A Co., (E. M. 
Frank, Albert DaUemand and 
Jas. G. Walker) importers, wines 
and liquors, SW cor California 
and Front 

Freeman J. H., (R. H. Waterman & Co.) res 
Nucleus House 

Freese P., (Iversen & F.) 326 Sansome 

Frei Andrew, furniture factory, 231-239 
King, res NE cor Brannan and 
Fourth 

Frencb & Gilman, (J. M. French and 
G. B. Gilman) importers and 
wholesale dealers wines and 
liquors, 205-207 Front 

Freudenberg J. H., distiller, res Scott nr 
Filbert 

Priedlander H. & Co., (Herman Friedlander 
Jonas Jonasson) ladies' and chil- 
dren's underwear, 9 Kearny 

Pulton William, asst. supt,, J. M. Brad- 
street & Sons' Mercantile Agency, 
res 511 O'Farrell 



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HAG 



Gallagher Humphrey, boots and shoes, 58 
Third, res 9 Minna 

Garcia Reyes, painter with Noble & Gal- 
lagher, 732 Montgomery 

Gardner George, (Hodges & G.) res- 
748 Folsom 

Gila S. M. Co., (Reveille, Nev.) W. Aug. 
Knapp, sec, office 116 Lieders- 
dorflf I 

Gilbert M., manfr of boys' clothing, 243 
Third 

Gleis Ferdinand, musician with Hanoverian 
Band, res 14 Scott pi 

Godcbanx Bros. A Co., (Adolph, 
Joseph and Edmond Godchaux 
and Sylvain Salomon) importers ! 
and jobbers of dry goods, 109 Bat- ! 
tery I 

Golly J. B. & Co., (J. B. and Leon' 
Golly) booksellers and stationers. 
31 Kearny 

J. B., (J. B. Golly & Co.) res 505 

Green'wich 

Leon, (J. B. Golly & Co.) res 520 

Filbert 

Gomez P., compositor. El Tecolate, res 1415 
Vallejo 

Goodall, Nelson <& Perkini^ 
Steamship Co., Charles 
Goodall. Christopher Nelson, 
George C. Perkins, John O'Far- 
rell, John Rosenfeld, F. S. Wen- 
singer, directors, office 10 Market 

Goss J. Russel, waiter with TerwiUiger <fc 
Co., res 23 Geary 

Grangers Mutual Indemnity Assn, office 415 
California 

Gowing George, dealer in sewing ma- 
chines and supplies, 667 Mission, 
res 413% Hayes 

Graves O. F., contractor, res 337 Seven- 
teenth 

Gray dc Marcher, (H. S. Gray and J. 
J. Marcher) carpenters and 
builders, 618 California 

Gray Emmet, tidal observer, P. 0. ad- 
dress S. F., Fort Point 

Gray H. S., (Gray & Marcher) res 408 
California 

Grosbauer John, gi-oceries, SW cor Pine and 
Webster 

Groskourth, Wilhehn, musician, Hanoverian 
Band, res 14 Scott pi 

Haas Bros., (Charles A., Kalman and Wil- 
liam Haas) wholesale groceries, 
100-102 California 

Kalmon, (Haas Bros.) res 207 Kearny , 

Charles A., (Haas Bros.) res New I 

York I 

William. (Haas Bros.) res 331 Kearny 



Habermehl Henry, (Henry Fauss & Co. and i 
Habermehl & Woodward) res S s 
Mission nr Thirteenth i 

Hagemann Charles, (Rieth &H.)reB j 



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HaigM Eobert, (IrTine & H.) res 130 Second 

Haley Charles S., physician, office and res 
703 Post 

Halley William, editor and proptr, Pa- 
cific Odd Fellow, 531 California, 
res East Oakland 

Hanford James M., paymaster, C. P. 
E. E. Co., NE cor Fourth and 
Townsend, res 333 Seventeenth 

Hanks Henry G., chemist and assayer, 617 
Montgomery 

Hapgood & Co., (of Waterford, W. T.) John 
Clement, agent, 124 California 

Hardie IV., (Knight & H.) cor Polk and 
Austin 

Hardwick Edward, (S. F. Weeks & 
Co.) res cor Eighteenth and Har- 
rison 

Harkuess Morris M., atty-at-law, NW 
cor Montgomery and Commercial, 
res 201 Eitch 

Havilah and Independence Stage Line, Jos. 
Knowlton, agent, 214 Montgomery 

Haviland John T., (Wilmerding, Kellogg & 
Co.) res 725 Pine 

Hecker T. Mrs., midwife, res 716 Lagtina 

Heistand John C, carpenter, res Caseins 
House, Potrero 

Herzog J. & Co., curled hair, 416 Sacra- 
mento 

Hicks Urban East, compositor with D. M. 
Bishop & Co., res 1040% Mission 

Hill L. H., carpenter, res 515 Stockton 

Himmelreich Jacob, saloon, 108 Sacramento 

Hinkle Charles A., compositor with D. M. 
Bishop & Co.) res 930 Clay 

Hodges «fe Gardner, (Gr. D. Hodges 
and George Gardner) saloon, 605 
Montgomery 

Slodges G. »., (Hodges & Gardner) res 
748 Folsom 

Hoey John, furniture and upholstery, 135 
Fourth 

Holland D. D., planing and sawing mills, 
NW cor Beale and Mission, res 
906 Clay 

Holloway li. H.., (Penoyer, H. & Co.) 
409 Washington 

Hovert «fe Gefken, (A. A. Hovert and 
J. C. Gefken) groceries and liq- 
uors, 221 Tyler 

Hovert A. A., (Hovert & Gefken) res 
221 Tyler 

Howard John B., atty-at-law, 331 Kearney, 
res Oakland 

Huhn & liUckhardt, (E.Huhn and C. 
A. LucKhardt) metallurgists, 21 
First 

Huhn E., (Huhn & Luckhardt) res 320 
Montgomery 

Hunt W., res 702 Mason 

iliitchings D. F., surveyor. Bureau Veritas, 
International Eegister of Ship- 
ping, office 318 California, res 
East Oakland 



Hutchinson Ezra I., mining agent, 305 Clay, 
res 329 Seventeenth 

Hutchison Frank, salesman with W. & I 
Steinhart & Co. 

Iversen «fc Freese, (F. Iverson and P. 
Freese) editors and proptrs Cali- 
fornia Posten, 326 Sansome 

Iversen F., (Iversen & Freese) 326 San^ 
some 

Irvine & Haight, (George Irvine andEoben 
Haight) commission merchants 
and wholesale dealers in eggs, 
and butter, 208-210 Clay 

George, (Irvine & Haight) res 32S 



Jackson Charles M., clerk with Brittan, Hoi- 
brook & Co., res 1313 Vallejo 

Jaujou Eugene, (Favre & J.) res 609 Green- 
wich 

Jenkins Peter T., res 1703 Polk 

Jefferson Silver M. Co., (Nye Co., Nev.) 
C. A. Sankey, sec, 331 Montgom- 
ery, room 20 

Joost M. & Co., (M. Joost and John Vor 
Glahn) groceries and liquors, SF 
cor Vallejo and Kearny 

M., (M. Joost & Co.) res Germany 

Kelling Karl, musician, Hanoverian Band, 
res 14 Scott pi 

Kennedy John E., compositor, Chronicle, res 
811 Stockton 

Keough P., expressman, SW cor Pacific and 
Davis, res 69 Water 

King James, groceries, 1209 Stockton 

Lewis C, with Evening Bulletin, res 

1411 California 

Thomas, master mariner, res 241 Fre- 
mont 

Kingsley William, cooper, P. M. S. Co., res 
120 Freelon 

Kirchner Charles F., ore sampler, 
413 Mission 

Kline Louis & Co., (Louis Kline) importers 
Hats, 110 Bush . 

Hnapp R. K., publisher, office 32 Mer 
chants' Exchange, res 114 O'Far 
rell 

Kokler, Chase <fe Co., (Andrew Koh 
ler, Q. A. Chase and George L 
Birkmaier) pianos, musical in 
struments, toys and fancy goods 
633-635 Clay 

Lachaud Jean, carpenter, res 8 Polk Lane 

Ladd Frank W., clerk, res 22 South Park 

Lamb E. G., salesman with Bray Bros., res 
603 Pine 

Lauteren F., draughtsman, U. S. Survey 
or's office, 306 Pine 

lieavitt Alice Mrs., ladies' physician 
26 Geary 

Leviathan M. Co., F. F. Luty, sec, of 
fice 507 Montgomery, room A 

Eevison Herrman, (Cal. Jewelry Co. 
res 1016 Sutter 

Lewis Frank, saloon, 210% Drumm 



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Lindow John F., merchant tailor, 913 Pacific 
Lipman Joseph, barber, 525 Sacramento 
Lobosch L., expressman, res 733 O'Farrell 
liOewenstein Solomon, (Loewenstein 

& Schad) res 249% Clara 
liOewenstein & Schad, (Solomon 
Loewenstein and Eichard Schad) 
■wholesale and retail butchers, 515 
Davis 
KiOndon and liancashire Fire In- 
surance Co., Hart, Blair «'; 
Co., agents, 318 California 
Long Thomas, (Shehan & L.) res 364 Pacific 
Lund Hem-y, cabinetmaker, res rear 517 Post 
Lusk Samuel, teamster w-ith Kichard Brady, 

res 984 Harrison 
Luther Henry, photograper, 444% Third 
Lynch James, laborer, res 463 Natoma 
Macdonald H. W., manufacturers' agent, 

235 Kearny 
Magazini &, Lippert, (August Mag- 
azini and William Lippert) shav- 
ing and hairdressing, 535 Clay 
MakinE. B., clerk with Ammon, Caspari & 

Co., res 621 Pine 
Martin & Waggoner, (Addison Martin 
and George H. Waggoner) gro- 
cers, 520 Washington 
Martin Addison, (Martin & Addison) 

res Brooklyn 
Martineaut E. D., physician, 207 Kearny 
McCann M. & Co., (M. McCann) commis- 
sion merchants, NE cor Broad- 
way and Battery 
McConihey S. W., physician, office and res 

635 California 
McCne James S., (successor to Kirk- 
patrick & McCue) wholesale 
liquors, 313 Pine 
McDaniel James K., compositor with D. M. 

Bishop & Co 
McKay Alexander, (Duflfy & Mc"Kay) res N 
s Post bet Webster and Fillmore 
McLaughlin Edward, saloon, 210 Post 
McNair James, res White House Hotel 
Mead A. E., porter, Brittan, Holbrook & Co 
Mentry Alexander, res 272 Minna 
Miller Minnie Myrtle Mrs., 348 Fourth 
Minor S. B., liquor saloon, 13 Third 
Moorhead, James, with Godchaux Bros. & 

Co., res 725 Bush 
Morison, Hutchinson * Co., im- 
porters and manuf Star brand 
shirts, etc., 112 Bush 
Morrison CD., prest Excelsior Quicksilver 
M. Co., office 22 Merchants' Ex- 
change, res Oakland 
O'Brien James, sample rooms, 19 Sutter 
Pacific Butt Manfy, James Scott proptr, E s 

Utah nr Twenty-fourth 
Pacific Rubber Paint Co., 207 Sacramento 
Paulson L. L., directory publisher, 517 Clay, 

res 700 Post 
Parks David, collarmaker with J. C. John- 
son & Co 



71 SHA 

Perkins & Rorke, (Charles C. Perkins and 
James Eorke) commission mer- 
chants, fruit and produce, 508- 
510 Sansome 

Poly, Heilbron & Co., (August and Adolph 
Heilbron, Simon Clayburgh and 
Louis Poly) wholesale butchers, 
office 112 Post 

Eaubinger W., teamster, res 618 Lombard 

Rideout A. F., shipwright, res 13 Varennes 

Rosenthal Adolph, consul German 
Empire, 314 Sacramento, res 1705 
Powell 

Eothschild Joseph, atty-at-law, 604 Clay, 
I'es 734 Folsom 

Eowekamp F. H., jr., painter, res NW cor 
Harrison and Fourth 

San Francisco Cigar Box Co., K. C. Ei- 
dredge, prest, O. Kloppenburg, 
sec, 132-134 Berry 

Sandman John, master brig Olga, office 310 
Sansome 

Sanger Leopold, clothing, 712 Hayes 

Sanger Louis, res 326 Minna 

Savage Henry, jeweler with W. K. Vander- 
slice & Co., res 104 Eleventh 

Sawyer L.orenzo, Judge U. S. Circuit 
Com-t, chambers 3-4 U. S. Court 
bldg, res 734 Sutter 

Schafer & Co., (John F. and Herman H. 
Schafer) wholesale clothiers, 708 
Market 

Scheier A., clerk with P. Berwin & Bro., res 
44 Third 

Schroff' C. H., engineer, res Overland House 

Schubart Elias, clerk, res 742 Washington 

Schudt Wilham, res 39 Jackson 

Schultz Charles, tanner, res NE cor Bran- 
nan and Ninth 

Schulze Charles F., mining sec, office 426 
Montgomery, res 210 Powell 

Schumacher Eichard J., clerk with I. D. 
Barnard, res 14% Garden 

Schunhofi" Julius, tinsmith with George H. 
Tay & Co., res 820 Pacific 

Schwartz Wilham B., engraver, res 514% 
Geai-y 

Schweichler Theodore, fresco painter with 
Wm. B. Peter8,321 Pine,res Oak- 
land 

Scoti Joseph, mason, res 535 Vallejo 

Scott Henry, waiter. Union Club, 403 Mont- 
gomery 

Sculley Jeremiah, groceries and Hq- 
uors, 1317 Sansome, res Filbert 
bet Montgomery and Sansome 

Seaders Eeuben, driver. Engine No. 1, S. F. 
Fire Dept., res 419 Pacific 

Setterson George, carpenter, res 263 Clemen- 
tina 

Shaffer Florence, tinnerwith James Johnsou, 
1007 Market 

Shankland J. H., atty-at-law, 640 Clay, 



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Sheard C. K., draughtsman with San Joa- 
quin and King Kiver Canal and 
Irrigation Co., 302 California 

Shuey's Express, (to "Walnut Creek, Danville 
and Clayton) ofl&ce 208 Washing- 
ton 

Smith Charles, carpenter and builder, 218 
First 

Hiram E., route agent, Wells, Fargo 

& Co., res NE cor Pine and Mont- 
gomery 

Spinetto Bros., (John and Vincent 
Spinetto) groceries and liquors, 
W s Montgomery av bet Union and 
Green 

Spinetto John, (Spinetto Bros.) res 129 
Sixth 

Spinetto Vincent, (Spinetto Bros.) res 
W s Montgomery av bet Union 
and Green 

Squires G., Palace Bestaurant, 637 Mission 



Straub Nicholas, saloon, 833 Sacramento 
Sullivan Nora Miss, wigmaker, 752 Market, 

res 50 Eitch 
Sunol John, physician, W s Montgomery a-v 

nr Vallejo 
Telegraph Stage Line, W. G. Eoberts, agent, 

office 208 Montgomery 
Thompson Helen Miss, asst. teacher Girls' 

High School, res 815 Mission 
Tunnock Andrew, salesman with Cyrus 

Adams & Co., 419 Jackson 
Vaughan Fred., bookseller and stationer, 

602 Montgomery 
VoUbracht A., jobber cigars and tobacco, 326 

Clay, res 937 Howard 
Von Pfister &Co., (E. Von Pfisterand 

W. E. T. Pocock) commission 

merchants, office 2a Merchants' 

Exchange 
Whiteside James H., pressman with Francis 

& Valentine, res 917 Stockton 



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City Directory 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



ab above 

agt agent 

assD association 

886t assistant 

atty.. attorney 

av avenue 

bfrl below 

beu benevolent 

bet between 

bid building 

bit block 

elk clerk 

cshr cashier 



com mer 

. . . .commission merchant 

cor corner 

crt court 

dep deputy 

dept department 

E east 

E s east side 

forwd forwarding 

imp importer 

int rev.. internal revenue 

labr laborer 

mcht merchan; 



mkr maker 

mkt market 

mnfr manufactiwer 

N north 

NW northwest 

ur near 

off office 

opp opposite 

pi place 

PO post office 

prest president 

prin iJrincipal 

prod produce 



proptr proprietor 

pub publisher 

res residence 

ret retail 

S south 

s side 

sec secretary 

stmr steamer or steamship 

supt superintendent 

tel telegraph 

treas treasurer 

whol wholesale 



AAB 



ABE 



Aabel Martin, Scan. Soc, 71 New Mont 

Aalbertsberg W. G. T., with I. T. Millikeu, 
res 863 Mission 

Aainer H. P., bookbinder '^\ith A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co., res 837 Folsom 

Aaron Amelia Miss, teacher, Eighth st Gram- 
mar School, res 131% Pen-y 

David, necktie mufr, 954 Folsom 

Joseph, barber, 534 Third, res 30 

Garden 

Simon, merchant, res 733 Folsom 

William, wood and coal dealer, res 

364 Minna 

Abadie Emile, clerk, res 37 Hinckley 

Louis, butcher with D. Sier, res 119 

Broadway 

Abl)ey Homestead Association, F. E. Luty, 
see, office 507 Mont 

Abbot, Downing & Co., mnfr Concord car- 
riages (N. H.), Hill & Eastman, 
agts, 411-415 Battery 

Abbot Cieorge, (E. Grisar & Co.) res 
703 Market 

Abbott A. F., cari:)enter Palace Hotel 

Charles M., clerk, res 611 Masou 

Frank, baker, res 12 Hunt 

F. B., boarding house, 1406 Pine 



Abbott George F., builder, res 452 Bartlett 

Henry, railroad agt, 302 Mont, res 

Cosmopolitan hotel 

John, carpenter, res 111 Geary 

John M., lumberman, res 611 Mason 

Joseph E., carpenter, Entei-prise 

mill, res 413 Foiirth 

Margaret, furnished rooms, 80 Clem- 
entina 

Mark L., res 746 Mission 

Moses A., Custom House Inspector, 

res 2314 Washington 

0., stock broker, office 302 Sansome, 

res 939 Howard 

Samiiel S., carpenter. Woodward's 

Gardens, res 2645 Mission 

Thomas G., teamster, res Ws Kailr'd 

av and 35th, Bay View 

William, bkpr Methodist Book Depos- 
itory, res 815 T^ler 

Abbot William, mariner, boards 104 

Steuart 

William, seaman, 54 Sacramento 

Abel Christian, hassock maker, res 18 Oak 
Grove av 

Lews, aiictioneer with Marks & Co., 

res 15 Taylor 

M., watchman, res Montgomery Hotel 



COMMEeCIAL INSOeftNCE CO. of CftLIFOeNIA. 

6 



Office, 228 California St. 



ABE 



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Abel Eichard, master sclir Sophia Wenger, 

res 212 Steuart 
Robert, mate schr Sophia "Wenger, res 

122 Steuart 
Abell Alexantler G., grand sec, Grand 

Lodge F. & A. M., office Masonic 

Temple, res 1027 Washington 
Ii-ving L., journalist, res Market nr 

Twenty-sixth 
James S., clerk, res W s Webster bet 

Waller and Haight 
Abellino Jesus, fisherman, res S s Commer- 
cial bet Drumm and East 
Abels S. E., Atty and counsellor at law, 

room 37 Mont blk, 815 Union 
Abend Post, (German daily and weekly) 

S. F. Abend Post Co., publishers 

and proptrs, office 521 Clay 
Abener, Edward, shipwiight, res 532Folsom 
Abernack Edward, seaman, 54 Sacramento 
Abernethy James, blacksmith -nith Dunni- 

gan & O'Dea, res Bootz Hotel 

William A., carpenter, res 561 Minna 

Aborn Edward S., physician, NE cor Post 

and Kearny 
Abraham Abraham, clothing, 400 Pacific 

Arthur, tailor, res 1 Elizabeth 

Gabriel, clothing and gents' furn'g 

goods, 606 Market, and mer tailor, 

523-525 Second, res 4 Hyde 
Herman (Weindorf & Co.) res 248 

Clemintina 

Marks, pedler, res 248 Clementina 

Meyer, tailor, 15 St. Mary 

Nathan, (P. Abraham & Son) res 9 

Seventh 
PhiUp & Son, (P. Abraham & Nath- 
an Abraham) dry goods, 44 Sixth 
Phillip, (P. Abraham & Son), res 9 

Seventh 
Abrabam Siniou, barber, 860 Howard, 

res 721 Sansome 

Wolf, expressm'n, res 247 Clementina 

Abrahams & Spiro, (L. Abrahams and M. 

Spii-o) pawnbrokers, 1134Dupont 
Edward C, trunk trimmer, res 2032 

Folsom 
H., hats and caps, 1012 Dupont, res 

728 Union 
Jonas, (Schnitzer & A.) res 128 Olive 

avenue 

I., clothing, 433 Pacific 

Joseph, clothing, 721 Sansome 

L. (Abrahams & Spiro) res 445 Sac 

Louis, clothing, 6 Clay, res 438 Na- 

toma 
Niels, laborer, res E s San Bruno rd 

ni- Thirty-first 
Abrahamson Abraham, mariner, 127 Jackson 
Adolph, clerk with L. Abrahams, res 

6 Clay 
Alexander, clothing, 429 Kearny, res 

820 Mission 
G., salesman with D. Magnes, res 733 

Geary 



ACK 

Abrahamson J., res 733 Geary 

Jacob, watchmaker -with H. Zacharias 

res 1217 Mason 

Julius, salesman ^^-ith Becker & Ja- 

coby, res 733 Geary 

Ole, Scan. Soc, 71 New Montgomery 

Abrabanisou Peter, hardware, stoves 
and tinware, 919 Market, res 1022 
Hyde 

Abrams «fc Carroll, (John Abrams and 
James E. Carroll) importers and 
wholesale dealers in drags, 206 
and 208 Battery 

Adolph, barber with E. Boisse, res 

728 Union 

David, meat market, cor Tyler and 

Van Ness av, res 515 Van Ness av 

Hem-y, compositor, 414 Clay, res 1 

Folsom 

Abrams Jobu, (Abrams & Carroll) res 
Lick House 

M., stock broker, res 786 Folsom 

Sam'l, insurance agt, res 507 Lomb'd 

Samuel, real estate broker, 310 Mont. 

res 1512 Franklin 

Sarah H. Miss, saleswoman, 25 Kear- 
ny, res cor Van Ness av and Tyler 

W., salesman, 419 Kearny, res 23 

Stockton 

Abraiuson Edward, apothecary and 
cb^ug'st, 753 Clay, res 1217 Mason 

Abranovich & Mitro^^dch, (John Abranovich 
and Fillip Mitrovich) fniit and 
confectionery, 1322 Polk 

John, (Abranovich & Mitrovich) res 

1322 Polk 

Abrego Ysmael, salesman with Linforth, 
Kellogg & Co., res 519 Folsom 

Abresch Eugene, brewer with Charles Metz- 
ler, 713 Greenwich 

Academy of Notre Dame, E s Dolores bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Academy (now Jones') Building, 330 Pine 

Acclimatizing Society, W. A. Newell, prest ; 
A. Gibbons, treas ; John Wil- 
hamson,sec and supt; 630 Howard 

Accotti M. L. Kev., St. Ignatius College, res 
841 Market 

Aceves Alexander, shoemaker with S. W. 
Eosenstock & Co., res cor Har- 
rison and Third 

Ach J. Miss, seamstress, res 516 Bush 

Acbesou Thomas S., (Nye & A.) res 
111 Taylor 

Acholtz John, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Achille Madame, res 1015 Stockton 

Acker Ernest, barkeeper, res 421 Stockton 

W. di-essmaker, 213 Dupont 

Ackerman Ai-thm-, clerk with D. N. & E. 
Walter & Co., res 115 Perry 

Ackerman Bros., (Hai-t S., Samuel S., 
Isidore Hart, Isidore S. Acker- 
man and David Hauser) importers 
fancy goods, crockery and plated 
ware, 123 Kearny and 209 Sutter 



N. W. SPAULDING, 



Manufacturer of Patent INSERTED TOOTH 

CIRCULAR SAWS, 17 and 19 Fremont St 



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Ackerman Charles, baker -n-ith Eclipse bak- 

er}% res 1414 Dupont 
Charles L., atty-at-law, office 420 

California, res 427 Bush 
Claus, watchman' with Martenstein 

& Deming 

David, with Felix Uri, 912 Clay 

David G., jeweler, res 1727 Stevenson 

Edward, salesman with Hall & Lach- 

man, res 115 Perry 
Ackerman Hart S., (Ackerman Bros.) 

res 916 Sutter 
Henry, watchmaker with Geo. Finck, 

res 520 Eddy 

Herman, ship cook, res 45 Sac 

H. S., cshr with Ackerman Bros., 

res 193 Hyde 
Ackerman Isidore Hart, (Ackerman 

Bros), res 916 Sutter 
Ackerman Isidore S., (Ackei-man 

Bros.) res 916 Sutter 
John D., jr., bookkeeper ■with John 

H. Hegler, res 758 Howard 
Oliver B., carpenter Palace Hotel, res 

17 Auburn 
Ackerman Samuel S., (Ackerman 

Bros.) res 916 Sutter 
Ackers Frederick, seaman, 5 Jackson 

Frank, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Ackerson Charles, architect, res 215 Kearny 
Ackerson George, carpenter, res 5353;'^ Minna 
Ackerson John W., (Hanson, Acker- 
son & Co.) res Tacoma, W. T. 

L. Mrs., res 215 Jones 

Mary C, (widow) dressmaker, 1425 

Geary 
Thomas, real estate, res old Ocean 

house road ni- Industrial School 
Ackland Edward T., porter with McCain, 

Flood & McClure, res 106 Hick- 
ory av 
Ackley E2rra, carriage-maker with Kimball 

Manufacturing Co., res Alameda 
G. N., clerk with general freight agt 

C. P. E. K., res 354 Brannan 

Helen M., widow, res 33 Moss 

Acocks George, biitcher, P. M. S. S. Co 
Acres Angelina, widow, 31 St. Johns 
J. P., res 1028 Market 



Acton Martin J., expressman vnth. S. Kel- 

lett, res 763 Market 
Richard, harness-maker with J. C. 

Johnson & Co., res 814 Mission 
Adair George B., salesman, res 764 Bryant 
W. B., clerk with Carl G. H. Mendell, 

res 515 Bush 
Adam Jc Kibbe, (Thomas Adam and 

Millard Kibbe) liquor saloons, 

cor Mont and Commercial and 

junction Market and Geary 

Andrew, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

George, clerk, 638 Pacific 

George, porter, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Adam Tkomas. (Adam & Kibbe) res 

507 Gough 



Adami Abondio, cook Martin's restaurant, 

623 Commercial 
Adamina Guisseppe, painter, res 6 Pollard pi 
Adams & Butler, (James Adams and Thomas 

J. Butler) hay and grain, 53 Clay 

Anthony, carpenter, res Heinz Hotel 

Alfred F., (Hanson & Adams) res 

202% Seventh 
Albert F., dept collector U. S. Int 

Eev, res 202% Seventh I 

A J., res 106% Third 

A. M., (Adams, Stager & Co.) res I 

361 First 

Alexander P.,survey'r, res 543 Second 

, Blinn & Co., (W. J. Adams and 

Peter Taylor) liunber dealers, 

pier 17, Steuart 

C. fireman, S. P. R. E. Co. 

Charles,porter ^\-ith Babcock & Gould 

C. A. Miss, teacher Broadway gram- 

mar school, res 1910 Hyde 

.Charles D., clerk, with 0. F. Willey 

& Co., res Guen-ero and Market 
Adams Cyrus & Co., (C. Adams and 
Enos Smith) imps and jobbers of 
leaf tobacco, 419-421 Jackson 
Adams Cyrus, (C^i-us Adams & Co.) ' 
res 526 Post I 

Adams Christopher, gun and lock- 
smith, 508 Commercial, res 14 ! 
Sansome 

D. T., stock dealer, res 700 Calif prnia 

Edson, real estate dealer, room 44 

Mont blk, res Oakland 

E. M. Mrs., 12 Second av 

Emerson, butcher, 6 Pearl, res NE 

cor Laguna and Market 

' F. laborer. Palace Hotel 

Felix, painter with Noble & Galla- 
gher, res 25 Pollard pi 
Frank, driver. North Beach and Mis- 
sion R. R. Co., res 21 Louisa 

Frank, 'longshoreman, res Green nr 

Battery 

Frank, waiter. Occidental Hotel 

George, salesman with John W. She- 

han, res 14 Jansen ' 

George, puncher. Pacific RoUi'g Mills 

George M., foreman rolling room, 

coiners' dept, U. S. Mint, res ', 
347% Grove 

George P., night clerk, P. O., res 704 

Powell 

George W., lumber surveyor, pier i, 

Steuart, res Adams House 

Grove, res 920 Pine 

Henry, miller, res 20 Jessie 

Henry, iipholsterer at Grand Hotel 

Henry Q., searcher of records, res 

2510 Gough 
Adams Hill Consolidated Mining Co., "W. 

W. Traylor, sec, 408 California 
Adams House, John C. Beach, proptr, 
537 Sacramento 

Howard N., carp'ter, res 27% Fourth 



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Adams Hugh, proptr Hubbard Hoiise, 139 
Fourth 

H. G., bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

H. H., carpenter. Palace Hotel 

Jacob, proptr Broadway Brewery, 

res 6 Scott 

James, (Adams & Butler) .res 416 

Larkin 

James, real estate, NE cor Kearny 

and Sutter, res 962 Mission 
' James D., heut. U. S. N. coast sur- 
vey stmr Hassler. 

J. M. Miss, saleswoman with Singer 

Manf'g Co., res 1716 Turk 

Joel, laborer, res 725 Brannan 

John, box-maker with Hobbs, Pome- 

roy & Co., res 414 Post, rear 

John, gardener, res W s Folsom nr 

Nineteenth 

John, waiter Lick House 

John George, brewer .Broadway 

Brewery, 10 Polk lane 

Adams Jolin Q., atty-at-law, 604 Clay 

• John Q., clli, general freight agt 

C. P. E.E., res 24 Hawthorne 

John Q., head clerk K. E. mail ser- 
vice, res 1027 Market 

Joseph, painter with Noble & Galla- 
gher, res 25 Pollard pi 

Josph B., real estate, res SW cor of 

Pennsjdvania av and Solano 

Adams Joseph W., soap factory, 24 
Commercial, res 6 Central j)l 

Adams Joseph W., (Norton & A.) res 
327 Larkin 

• J. P., bootblack, Vermehr, res 509 

Broadway 

J. W., (Eenton & A.) res 247 Spear 

Lawson S., (Adams McNeill & Co., 

Sac city) office 405 Front, res 

825 Bush 

■' Louis, bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

Adams, L.. S., director Western SaAdngs 

and Trust Co., office NE cor of 

Post and Kearny 
, McNeil & Co., (Sacramento) office 

405 Front 
Nelson B., canvasser with Mark A. 

Miller & Co., res 32 Euss 

Otis,mnfr Adams' pat'nt steam pump, 

806 Fourth, res 11th av bet N and 
0, South S. F. 

Prosper F., ship-joiner, P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 15 Fifth av 

Q. L., dentist, res 1515 Leavenworth 

Eichard, teamster, Brannan bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

Samuel, res 814 Bush 

Samuel, shiiD-nTight, res 512 Howard 

, Stager & Co., (A. M. Adams and E. 

Stager) locksmiths, 417 Mission 

Walter, res 724 Bush 

William, gasfitter. Palace Hotel 

William, painter Cal. Furnitui'e 

Mnfg Co., res Continental Hotel 



Adams William, salesman with Phillips, 

Taber & Co., res 37 Second 
William A., stevedore vdih. Menzies & 

Bingham, res 331 Green 
William H., porter with French, Gil- 
man & Co., res W s Guerrero bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
W. H., compositor, Bulletin office, 

res 629 Clay 
William J., (Adams, BUnn & Co.) 

res 9 South Park 
Zabdiel B., salesman with Main & 

Winchester, res W s Fillmore bet 

Ellis and Eddy 

Miss, dressmaker, res 717 Bush 

Adamson Felix A., di-iver with John Smith, 

res Hansa Hotel 
Eichard, salesman with Michels, 

Friedlander & Co, res 11 Guerrero 
William E. H., broker, res 206 Lom- 
bard 
Adcock Edward, res 826 Folsom 
John T., clerk with Knowland & Doe, 

res 208 Second 
Eobert A., clerk with A. M. Simj:)- 

son & Bro., res 141 Clara 
William, porter Avith Hobart, Wood 

& Co., res 56 Tehama 
Addams L. S., carpenter, res Empire Hotel 
Adder E., bakery, 806 Larkin 
Addington D. N., carpenter, 1125 Kearny 
Addison George, biitler with William B. 

Thornburgh, 526 Harrison 

William H., res 318 Pine 

Addoms Samuel K., salesman with Ai-mes & 

DaUam, res SW cor Thirteenth 

av and N, South S. F. 
Adeckes John, clerk with W. M. Ibru-g, 336 

Bush 
Adelsberger Charles F., cooper with Hogan 

& Co., res 409 Pacific 
Adelsdorfer Ernest, (Ordenstein & 

Co.) res 1713 Powell 

Isaac, frait pedler, res 312 Sixth 

Joseph, salesman with Frankenthal 

& Co., res 505 Van Ness av 
Zacharias, cigar dealer, res 1713 

Powell 
Adelstein Bernard L., pedler, res 512 Post 
Adelt Benjamin, bricklayer, res 29% Third 
Adema W., helper Melting and Eefining 

Department U. S. Mint, res 513 

Howard 

William, caulker, res 513 Howard 

Aden Mulchert E., master schr Star, office 

305 East 
Aderson L. Mrs., lodgings, 787 Mission 
Adler A. A., salesman mth W. & I. Steinhart 

& Co., res 1113 Post 
Adolph, bkpr with Hai-t & Good- 
man, res Hansa Hotel 
Alexander, bookkeeper with Colman 

Bros., res 513 Post 

Bar, real estate agt, res 748 Howard 

Bernard, tailor, res 637 Third 



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Adler B. E., clerk with Kaiudler &: Co., res 

748 Howard 
Adler Charles. (W. & I. Steinhart & 

Co.) res 1113 Post 
Charles, bookkeeper with Ehrlich ct 

Steinhart, res 1019 Slitter 
■ Charles E., salesman with Fechhei- 

mer, Goodkind <t Co., res 427 

Bush 

David, butcher, 419 Hayes 

David, -nith M. Selig & Co., res 115 

Eleventh 

J., laborer -n-ith P. M. S. S. Co. 

Jacob, res 502 Bush 

Jacob, jeweler Cahfornia Jewelry 

Co., res 513 Post 
Julius, local agt Union Insurance 

Co., res 513 Post 
Adler Lieopold, (Schwerdt & A.) res 

518 Stevenson 

Leopold, res 637 Geary 

Adler Lewis, (Henrv Winkle ct Co.) 

res 339 Eddy 
Louis, boots and shoes, 333 East, 

res 322 Green 
Mon-is, butcher, 302 Beale, res 115 

Eleventh 
Moses, salesman with W. & I. Stein- 
hart & Co., res 1113 Post 
Solomon, clerk with Ackerman Bros., 

res 748 Howard 

— Solomon, merchant, res 734 Geary 

Adlington Thomas L., saloon, 524 Foiu-th 
Administrator Public, office 636 Clay 
Admiral Nelson Tunnel and Mining Co., 

(Utah Ter.) K. H. Sinton, sec, 

539 California 
Adolph Thomas, shijawright, res 13 Tehama 
Adolphus Heni-y, iDhysician, office 423 Wash- 
ington, res 524 Filbert 
Adrain William, merchant, res 629 California 
Adrian George, barber with L. L. Schoen, 
res cor Post and Le'wis 

Ignatz, butcher, res Heinz Hotel 

Adsit L. B. Mrs., widow, res 726 Sutter 
Aeils & Schulz, (Charles Aeils and Felix 

Schulz) saloon, SW cor Kearny 

and Commercial 
Charles, (Aeils & Schulz) res Post 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Aerni George, cabinet maker with W. J. T. 

Palmer & Co., res 517 Post 
Mtna Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., 

George C. Boardman, general 

agt, 14 Merchants' Exchange 
^tna Iron Works, Hanscom & Co., 

SE cor Fremont and Tehama 
^tna Liire Insurance Co. of *Hart- 

ford. Conn., C. W. Dannals, agt, 

504 Kearny 
Aezberger Marden, painter, res 1614 Bush 
Affleck D. P., conductor, res 506 Fourth 
Afflerbach Christian H. Eev., pastor German 

Methodist Church, res rear 728 

Broadway 



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Afflerbach Emma Miss, teacher piano with M. 

Gray, res rear 728 Broadway 
Affron J. W. Mrs., dressmaker, res 8 Tyler 
Afleck Addie Mrs, private boarding house, 

128 Tyler 
Foulkes & Co., (W. B. Agard and 

Thomas Foulkes) com mer, 40 

California 
George E., solicitor with M. Eosen- 

shine <t Bro., res 225 Bush 
John A., clerk with Agard, Foulkes & 

Co., res 311 Green 
William, res 311 Green 
William B., (Agard, Foulkes & Co.) 

res 311 Green 
Eobert, pedler, res W s Bernal 

Heights nr Banks 
Ager James E., (Bacon & Company) res 

26 Second av nr Seventeenth 
John E., bookkeeper with A. B. 

Forbes, res 26 Second av 
Agger Peter H., res 409 Pacific 
Agnew Gilmore, compositor Chronicle, res 

512 Sixth 
John, livery man, res cor Valencia 

and Eidley 
John J., foreman teamster S. F. Gas- 
light Co. 

Eobert, 'longshoreman, 917 Battery 

Samuel, porter with J. Y. Wilson & 

Co., res cor Eighteenth and 

Mission 
Thomas, local ag't State Investment 

and Ins Co., res 36 South Park 
Thomas H., compositor, res Inter- 
national Hotel 
William, teamster S. F. Gas-light Co, 

res 28 Everett 
Agren Oscar, seaman, res 119 Jackson 
Agi-icultural Park Eace Coiu-se, Point Lobos 

av nr 25th av. 
Agron Olof, cabinet-maker with Cal Fui-ni- 

ture Manfg Co, res Chicago Hotel 
Aguayo Antonio, live stock dealer, res 932 

Clay 
Aguila Joseph, camage-maker with Carville 

Manfg Co., res 1040 Dupont 
Aguin-e I. M., real estate, res 2 Gardner 
Martin, salesman, with S. Lorie, res 

2 Gardner 
Aguirre Peter, (Fernandez & Aguirre) 

res 2 Gardner 
Aguirre Ramon 91., (Eomero & A.) 

res 2 Gardner 
Ahearn Patrick, lamplighter S. F. Gas Co. 

Timothy, laborer, res 58 Jessie 

Ahern & Co., '(Martin Ahern and Edward 

Mealy) job and com meV'ts, 210 

Washington 

David, water tender P. M. S. S. Co. 

Ellen, widow, res rear 414 Post 

Fannie, saleswoman, 28 Montgom'y, 

res 318 Clementina 
Hannah Miss, dressmaker, res 117 

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Ahem James, laborer, res 372 Clementina 

Jeremiah, teamster, res nr Industrial 

School 

• John M., groceries, NE cor Ash av 

and Larkin 

■■ Martin, ( Ahern & Co.) res cor Jack- 
son and Montgomery 

Mary Miss, di-essmaker, 213 Tehama 

■ Michael, bootmaker, res 23 Lilly 

M. A. Miss, teacher Eighth-st prim'y 

school, res "W s Larkin, nr McAl- 
lister 

Richard, res 430 Geai-y 

Thomas, blacksmith, res German 

Hotel 

"William, driver N Beach and Mission 

E. E. Co., res 338 Minna 

Aherne M., di-iver Market st E. E. Co. 

Patrick, laborer, res Sixteenth 

Mission and Valencia 

P., driver Market st E. E. Co. 



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Ahlbacii Jacob, tinsmith, plumber and 
gasfitter, 207 Fourth, res 41 Clara 

Ahlborn August, cook with Hemme & Eeu- 
ter, res 431 Dupont 

Charles, prop Hansa Hotel, 429 Bush 

Minnie, widow, res 245 Seventh 

Ahlers Dietrick, master sloop America, 

res cor Stuart and Mission 
Ablers J. H. «fe Co., (J. H. Ahlers and 

F. Bischoff) wholesale and retail 

groceries and liquors, S W corner 

Powell and Vallejo 
AMers J. H., (J. H. Ahlers & Co.) res 

1423 Powell 
"William, laborer Cal Sugar Eefinery, 

res Decatur, bet Brannan and 

Bryant 
Ahlf Eichard, hog-ranch, res 6th av, ni- M, 

South S. F. 
Ahlgen Lars, seaman, res 123 Jackson 
Ahlstrom Charles, Manager Califor- 
nia Scandinav, 326 Sansome, res 

Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 

P. F., sailor, res 627 Bush 

Ahms Hermann, carpenter, res 18 Elhs 
Ahnert & Co., (August Ahnert and "WiUiam 

Davis) junk dealers, 715 Sansome 
August, (Ahnert & Co.) res 1602 

Powell 
Ahpel Karl, bookkeeper with D. Samuels, 

res 714 McAlUster 
Abpel Henry, (A. Vi. Justi & Co.) res 

'Fan-ell, bet Powell and Mason 
Ahreus «fe Tamm, (N. Ahi-ens and "W. 

Tamm,) gi-oceries, SE cor Post 

and DujDont 

Augiist, machine hand. Enterprise 

M 11, res 8 "\^assar place 
Charles, teamster with Charles Non- 

nenman, res 4th av, nr M, South 

S. F. 
Charles F., cabinet-maker, res 512 

Fourth 
Christian, watchmaker, 843 Dupont 



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Ahrens George, clerk with C. Akrens, res 843 

Dupont 
■ George, saloon, NE cor Greenwich 

and Steiner 
Gertrude, -^idow, seamstress, 563 

Howard 
Heniy, cl'k with Butt & Kuchmeister 

res N e cor Broadway and Hyde 
Henry, cooper Cal. Sugar Eefinery, 

res cor Sixteenth and Folsom 

Henry, farmer, res 127 Jackson 

Abrens Henry, gi-oceries and hquors, 

S"W cor Uiuon and Dupont 
Henry, (Jacob Nibbe & Co.) res 1505 

Franklin 
Henry, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
Jacob, clerk with J. D. Eohi-s, res 

100 Eleventh 
■ Jacob H., saloon, 218 Commercial, 

res 1421 Mason 

John, farmer, res 127 Jackson 

Ahrens Nicholas, (Ahrens & Ta m m) 

res 149 Post 
Ahumada Joseph M., real estate agent, 631 

Sacramento 
Aibischer Bruno, real estate owner, res 1337 

Dupont 

Joseph, res 1337 Dupont 

Louis, printer, res 1337 Dupont 

Mary Miss, school teacher, res 1337 

Dupont 
Aicher Frank, machinist -with J. G. Hs,. res 

1618 Stockton 
John C, compositor Cal. Journal, 

res cor Broadway and Mason 
Aickley "Wm. C, cai-penter, res 928 Folsom 
Aid Union, (F. A. Briiggemann, mana- 
ger) ofiice 33 Kearny 
Aienard Mary Mrs., dressmki-, res 517 Post 
Aigeltinger Leopold, fiu-rier, 1069 Howard 
Aiken A E Miss, teacher Broadway grammar 

school, res 1221 AVashington 

Charles, res 313 O'FaiTell 

Charles, attornej'-at-law, 34 Montg'y 

Block, res 1221 "Washington 
James, teamster ^\ith "William KeiT, 

res 909 Battery 
John, driver -with Smaii & Bro., res 

Old San Jose rd, ni' Indust'l Sch.. 

John, sailmaker res 414 Jones 

John J., salesman Avith P. B. Ken- 
nedy, res 106 Ellis 
John P., carrier S. F. P. O., res 1221 

"Washington 
Eobert, shoemaker with I. M. "Went- 

worth & Co., res Ellis bet Laguna 

and Buchanan 
William H., attorney-at-law, room 34 

Mont Block, res 1221 "Washington 
Aikin A. S., 608 Market 

Martha Mrs., ^Tidow, res 59 Shipley 

Aine Henry, carpenter, res 1517 Dupont 
Ainsa James, warehouse clerk Naval Office 

Custom House, res 305 Lombard 



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Ainslej' James E., compositor S. F. News- 
letter, res 24 Sixth 

John, shoe-ciitter, res 24: Sixth 

M. W. Mrs., res 758 Hanison 

Thomas, miner, res 24 Sixth 

Ainsworth A. G., stockbroker, Cal. Stock and 

Exchange Board, res Oakland 
Aii-d Darling, blacksmith, res rear 8 Zoe 
Aisley Stephen, carpenter, res 315 Folsom 
Aithrich Thomas, porter, res 1307 Broadway 
Aitken Charles H., owner schi- Caroline 
Medan, res Broadway bet Polk 
and Van Ness 
Aitken Charles H., Sacramento Mar- 
ket, 5 Washington, res 313 
O'Fan-eU 

James, (Mojmihan & A.) res 308 

Seventh 
James, machinist, S. F. pioneer wool- 
en factory, res cor Beach and 
Larkin 

James C, machinist -ndth Tait & 

Hainqiie, res 308 Seventh 

J. M., student civil engineering, 606 

Montgomery 

Mary Mrs., widow, 1513 Broadway 

Kobert, miner, res 36 Geary 

Samuel, machinist with Birch, Argall 

& Co., res cor Cap^D and Twenty- 
fifth 
Aitkens Ernest, shipping master, 308 Green 
Ajerson Jacob, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
Ajger William, shoemaker, res Washoe place 
Aker Chi-is, baker Miners' restaurant, res 511 
Pacific 

George, boiler-makers' helper with P. 

M. S. S. Co., res 555 Howard 

George, boiler-maker, res 162 First 

Akerman Benjamin J., deputy U. S. Marshal 

res 447 Howard 
Akeroj'd James, wool-grader -with Jas. Hart- 
ley & Co., res 10% Welch 
Akers Henry, teamster, res N s Austin, bet 

Gough and Franklin 
Akerson B., hod-camer, res 833 Geary 
Akerstrom J. G., Scan. Soc. 71 New Montg. 
Akin William A., hack-driver, Plaza, res N s 
Bdway, bet Stockton and Mason 
Akman William, (Meyer & A.) and 
master schi- Emily K.Farnham, 
res NW cor Drumm and Sac 
Akstrand Alexander, stair-builder \vith B. H. 
Freeman & Co., res 1040% How'd 
Alabama and Humboldt Con. M. Co. (Vir- 
ginia, Nev.) Wm. H. Watson, sec, 
302 Montgomery 
Alabama S. M. Co., (Panamint, Cal.) W. R. 

Townsend, secretary, 330 Pine 
Alacran Mining Co., H. Pichoir, secretary, 

603 Washington 
Alameda Emanuel, saloon, 648 Pacific 
Alameda Fen-y, cor Davis and Pacific 
Alanson — , mechanic, 22 Stockton place 



Alaska Coal Co., F. Madge, sec, 64 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 

Alaska Commercial Co., John F. Miller, 
prest, E. Neiimann, sec, 310-312 
Sansome 

Alaska Herald, [semi-monthly] Au- 
gustus A. Stickney, editor and 
pub, 113 Leidesdorff 

Alba Mai-y, laundi-ess, res 442 Union 

Albach Peter, carpenter, res 41 

Alban Edwin G., postal clerk S. F. P. 0., res 
22 Oak Grove av 

Louis, teamster, res W s Church nr 

Sixteenth 

William G., physician, res 22 Oak 

Grove av 

Albany Brewery, Spreckels & Co., 
proptrs, 71-75 Everett 

Albarez Reyes, -nadow, res 13 Pollard pi 

Albee Adaline Mrs., dressmaker, res 249 
Mission 

Albemarle House, Mrs. M. F. Collins, 
proptr, 8 Mason 

Alberdiston Robert, cook Irving House, 568 
Mission 

Alberg Fi-ank, teamster with Rider, Somers 
& Co., res 22 Market 

Alberga George, boot black, cor Mission and 
Foiirth, res C Haven pi 

Albers Albert, ornamental painter with Field 
& Frei, res 516 Sixth 

Antone, carrier Chronicle, res 446 

Minna 

Aiigust, oystermau, res 223 Jessie 

Henry, laborer with. California Sugar 

Refinery, res 9 Bryant av 

J., elk and extraman Hook and Lad- 
der No. 1, 22 O'Fan-eU 

Marcus, gi-ocery, NE cor Fourth and 

Clara, res 223 Perrj 

Albert George, saloon, NW cor Mission and 
Beale 

H., waiter Campi's restaurant, res 

519 Clay 

Lewis, teamster, res 148 Tehama 

Peter, farmer, res 127 Jackson 

Albert! Frank, musician, 105 Geary 

Albertin Julia Mme., (Leseuechal & Alber- 
tin) res 427 Thml 

Alberts Heniy, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Louis, clerk Lick Ho\ise 

Albertsou A- Knapp, (J. A. Albett- 
sou and H. Knapp) homeopathic 
physicians, 109 O 'Fan-ell 

Hans, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

Albertson Joseph A., (Albertson & 
Knapp) homoeopathic physician, 
office and res 109 O'Fan-ell 

Samuel, seaman, res 415 East 

William T., machine hand Enter- 
prise Mills, res 547 Mission 

Albon WiUiam, res 5 Mason 

Albrecht A., (G. Goerner & Co.) res 318 Pine 

Albrecht .Ingiist, (Schroder & A.) res 
436 Jackson 



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Albrecht Frederick, cigar-raaker -nitli John 

Lemke, res 158 Clara 
• George, blacksmith, SE cor Eailroad 

av and Fifteenth ay, South S. 

F. ; res Sixteenth av bet M and 

N, South S. F. 
■ John, laborer, res W s Mission road 

opp St. Mary's CoUege 

John, tailor, 528 Bush 

Joseph, brewer, res 428 Shotwell 

Eichard, bakeiy and confectionei-y, 

109 Taylor 

Eudolph, draughtsman U. S. Coast 

Survey, stmr Hassler, res 768 
Biyant 

Albright Charles H., salesman with J. New- 
man & Bennett, res 613 Pine 

Alcayaga Jose, groceries, 524 Broadway 

Aldeu Fruit Preserving Co., (G. 
W. Deitzler, prest; Frank Pyle, 
I sec and supt; Bank of California, 

treas) 426 Montgomery 

Alden Fruit Preserving Co. of Sonoma, W. 
B. Lake, prest, office 402 Kearny 

Samuel, hostler -svith George S. 

Prince, res 4 Bernard 

Samuel B., police officer, res 4 

Bernard 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

Alderman Oscar, local police, res 783 Market 

Alderson H. E., piano tuner with Sherman 
& Hyde, 139 Kearny 

Aldin Samuel, clerk,res S s Pacific bet Frank- 
lin and Gough 

Aldis Edward, shoemaker, res 627 Stevenson 

Aldred M. J., boilermaker with McAfee, 
Spiers & Co, res 144 Natoma 

Aldrich A., engineer, res 646 Fourth 

Byron L. Kev., pastor Fifth Baptist 

Church, res 2614 Folsom 

Fi-ederick, hospital nurse, Almshouse 

G., fireman S. P. E. E. Co. 

L., attornej'-at-law, 59 Merchants' 

Exchange, res 1723 Clay 

L. M., barkeeper, res 1143 Howard 

Stuart, res 1723 Clay 

W. A., real estate, 320 Sansome, res 

Oakland 
Aldiidge Catherine Mrs., lodgings, 719 

Howard 
John, waiter with Ed. Newman, res 

What Cheer House 
Marion L., barkeeper, res 1147 

Howard 

Eobert, laborer, S. F. Gaslight Co. 

, res 323 Sutter 

Alemany Joseph Sadoc, Most Eev. Arch- 
bishop of San Francisco, res 628 

California 
Alers August, physician, 722 Montgomery 
Alex Joseph, (Constantin & Alex) res 535 

Union 
Alexander Adolph, tailor, 807 Market, res 

464 Minna 



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Alexander Ann Mrs, employment office, 656 

Mission 
Annie Mrs, widow, res Twentieth av 

and K, South S. F. 
A. B., shipwright's assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Alexander Barton S., Lieut-Col. En- 
gineers, senior engineer and prest 

Board of Engineers, U. S. A., 

Pacific Coast, office 533 Kearny, 

res 30 South Park 
Benjamin, clerk with Kline & Co., res 

706 Vallejo 
Charles, cigars, 957 Market, res 500 

Jessie 
Charles, cook Constitution Hotel, res 

rear 9% Welsh 
Charles, tinsmith, 311 Fifth, res 315 

Fifth 
Charles, clerk with Davis Bros, res 

Oakland 
D. & Co., (David Alexander) manf 

cigars, 222 Battery 
David, (D. Alexander & Co.) res 

1047 Harrison 
David G., elk with Cantin & Everett, 

res 167 Silver 

Elizabeth Mrs, fruit stall, 122 Seventh 

Eli, pedler, res 344 Fifth 

Ed\\in C, compositor Call, res 168 

Silver 
E. L., special agt P O dept, office 

606 Montgomery 
Emma Mrs, res 18 Turk 



George, cook, res 122 Seventh 

Geo. W., (Osborn & Alexander) res 

209 Austin 

Gilbert, bartender, res SulUvan's bid 

H. B., civil engineer with Eiehn, 

Hemme & Co, res 1013 Wash- 
ington 

Jacob A., cigars and tobacco, 2 Clay, 

res 2513 Clay 

James, boot and shoe jobber, res 

434 Sixth 

James, laborer, res 53 Shipley 

James, laborer, res 120% Turk 

James, locksmith with J. D. David- 
son, res 281 Stevenson 

James, tailor, res 281 Stevenson 

Alexander James,wholesale wood deal- 
er. Berry bet Third and Fourth, 
res 434 Sixth 

James B., shipjoiner with P. M. S. 

S. Co., res 49 Stanley pi 

Jane, "wddow, res 75 Jessie 

John, laborer, res NW cor Main and 

Folsom 

John, laborer Oregon S. S. Co. 

John, res 614 Sutter 

John, res 27% Eitch 

John, restaurant, res N s Folsom bet 

Main and Beale 

Joseph D., melter S. F. Assa3dng and 

Eefining Works, res 1016 Green 



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Alexander Julius, barber Lick House, res 

419 Minna 
— I. E., conh-actor and blclr, 38 Morton, 

res 607 Pine 
L.. laborer Pacific Barrel and Keg 

Co. 
M., shoe cutter with Marks & Le- 

vinskv. res 123)^ Shipley 

Otto, elk' vrith D. Alexander i: Co., 

res 1047 Harrison 

Philip, fancy goods, 34 Sixth 

Kachel Miss, teacher fancy work, res 

344 Fifth 
Richard, elk -with D. Alexander & 

Co., res 1047 Hanison 

. Robert, mariner, res 525 Foui-th 

Roberi, ship carpenter, res 167 Silyer 

Robei-t John, bookkeeper -nithKoppel 

«fc Berk, res 225 Second 

R., carpenter S. P. R. R. Co. 

Samuel, salesman \s-ith J. G. H. 

Meyer, res 627 Post 
Samuel, tailor, 706 Tallejo 

Samuel 0., (S. 0. Alexander & Co.) 

res 125 O'Farrell 
Simon, hats, 1100% Dupont, res 707 

Pacific 
S. 0. k Co., (Samuel 0. Alexander 

and Abraham Marcus) whol clo- 
thiers, 4 Battery 
Theodore, clerk -w^th M. J. Fla-sdn, 

926 Jackson 

William, elk, res 167 Silyer 

William, laborer, res W s Mission, bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty-thii-d 
William F., painter, res SW cor 

Gough and Vallejo 
William H., porter with Cokuan Bros, 

107 Battery 
W H., salesman with John H. Heg- 

ler, res 768 Howard 

W. H. Mrs., hairdresser. 407 Dupont 

Y., ilrs., res 18 Turk 

, real estate agent, res 116 Valencia 

Alexis Emily Mrs., French laimdry, 409 

Sutter 
Alferitz Peter, (Dellepiane & Co.) 2007 

Powell 
Alfs William, (Brand, Naber & Co.) res 

Continental Hotel 
Algeo James, bootmaker, res Railroad av nr 

Twelfth 
Alger James, optician -n-ith C. Muller, res 6 

Montgomery 
Algoe James, porter with Baker «t Hamilton, 

res 543 Tehama 
Algran John, caii^enter, res 816 Jessie 
Alhambra Building, S s Bush bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Alhambra Exchange, W. Reiehardt, 

proptr, \s-ine, beer and billiard 

saloon, 325 Bush 
Alhambra House, 319 Bush 
Alhambra Saloon, L. F. Blackburn & Matt 

Fallon, proprietors, 323 Bush 



: All Nations Hotel, Bertraud & Mauser, pro- 
pi-ietors, 432-434 Broadway 
Allabough Marj-, res 522 Howard 
I AllairEd., cook, Phil's Exchange, 417 Front 
Allaire H., paint«r, res NW cor Mont av and 

VaUejo 
Allan A. A., hairdi-esser, res E s Fillmore 
bet Post and Sutter 

A. L., harnessmaker with J. C. 

Johnson & Co., res 804 Bush 

Allan John, stone seal engraver, 128 
Kearny, res 1010 Powell 

R. I., stave joiner, Pacific B. and K. 

Co., res 326 Seventh 

Allardt George F., civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, office 715 Clay, res Oakl'd 

Allari Joseph, pork and sausage, 53-54 Cal 
Market, res 4 Virginia pi 

Paul, wi-inger, Occidental laundry, 

res Filbert bet Goiigh and Octavia 

Allbright John H., bkpr, with Chr. Schrei- 
ber & Co., res 928 Mission 

Alldack Joseph, groceries and liquors, SW 
cor Bush and Devisadero 

Allee Daniel, clerk, res 129 Thii-d 

Allemand Constant, waiter ^rith Wittmann 
I ct Poiu-cho, 639 Pacific 

j Allen &: Lewis (L. H. Allen audC. H Lewis) 
j com mers, >iW cor Cal and Front 

Allen & Young, (Theo. H. Allen and 
Thomas Young) stevedores, office 
821 Battery 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

Addison F., clerk -nith Wm. T. Gar- 

ratt, res cor Fremont and Natoma 

. Albert, heater Pacific Rolling MUls 

Albert J., foreman Market-st R. R. 

Stables, res N s Sixteenth bet 

Valencia and 2nd av 

■ Alexander, weaver, res 516 Shotwell 

Alfred, bricklayer, res 10 Clementina 

Alfred, brickla'yer, res 236 Sutter 

Alonzo W., patternmaker, ^tna Iron 

Works, res 76 Natoma 

Annie Mrs., lodging house, 216 Third 

Ansel S., saloon, 724 Pacific 

Asa, barber, E s Devisadero bet Ellis 

and 'Fan-ell, res E s Fillmore 

bet Post and Steiner 
Avery T., with Cutting & Co., res 

526 Howard 

A. fireman, S. P. R. R. Co. 

A. Mrs., widow, res Revere House 

Benjamin, fancy goods, 240 Third 

Bessie Miss, asst matron, Protest- 
ant Orphan Asylum 
B. G., (Wing k Allen) res 523 Kearny 

Charles C, bird cages and wire- 

worker, 437 Brannan, res 613 
Mission 
Allen Charles E., (Egerton A. & Co.) 
res Fruit Vale 

Charles E., bricklayer, res National 

Hotel 



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Allen Charles E., cabinetmaker, res 216 Third 

Charles E., clerk -with Blk Diamond 

Coal Co., res 522 Sutter 

Charles K., res 315 Fulton 

D., blacksmith, res 558 Stevenson 

D. H., salesman with Crane, Hast- 
ings & Co., 1412 Sacramento 

E. S. widow, res 603 Bush 

Frances, widow, confectioner, N s 

Sixteenth between Mission and 
Valencia 

George, carpenter, res 15% Rousch 

George, clerk with James L. Barker, 

res SW corner Fillmore and Post 

George N., steward, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Henry, mining, res 514 Stockton 

Henry, waiter 153 Third, res Broad- 
way bet Stockton and Powell 

Henry H., real estate, 116 Leides- 

dorflf, res E s Stockton bet Pine 
and Bush 

Hugh, nursery, SW cor McAllister 

and Buchanan 

Henry F., with Allen & Lewis, res 

570 Harrison 
Allen Issac S., sec and genl agt San 
Francisco Ben Assn, office 10 
Webb, res 1028 Pine 
Isaac P., bookkeeper, Bank Califor- 
nia, res 1028 Pine 

James, boilermaker, res 115 First 

James, caiTiage painter with Kimball 

Mnfg Co., res 558 Stevenson 

James, engineer, res 48% Zoe 

James, longshoreman, res 9th av 

Hunter's Point 

James, stableman, Howart-st stable, 

res 848 Howard 

James, stavejoiner. Pacific B. and 

K Co., res, 326 Seventh 

James, tailor, res 237 Minna, rear 

James A., engineer with P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 18 Ridley 

James C, master schi- Alice Kim- 

i 4 Mission 

real estate, res 127 Fi-an- 



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Allen James Monroe, livery and sale 

stables, 669 Market 

Jeremiah, boarding, 18 Washington 

John, crockery and hardware, 1322 

Stockton, res 1st av bet Foui-- 

teenth and Fifteenth 
John, drajTuen, 403 Front, res 208 

Second 

John, drajTnan, res 1205 Mont 

John, gi-ocer, KW cor Jones and 

Glover 
John, harnessmaker with Mead & 

Son, res 741 Market 

John, laborer, res 234 Fourth 

John, laborer with H. B. Tichenor, 

John, musical instruments and leader 

of Allen's band, 329 Third 
John, seaman, stmr Ajax 



Allen John, tailor, res 1315 Broadway 
John G., elk -with Henry P. Bowie, 

res 533 Post 
John L., master mariner, res 29 Oak 

Grove av 

John S., saloon, 726 Pacific 

John W., porter Savings and Loan 

Society, res Miles' crt bet Sac 

and Clay 

J. T., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Lizzie, widow, res Revere House 

Lorenzo D., principal Washington 

gi-ammar school, res Webster 

bet Bush and Pine 
Lorenzo H., clam dealer, res W s Long 

Bridge nr draw 

Louisa Mrs., res 129 Third 

Lucius H., (Allen & Lewis) res 570 

Harrison 
Allen Liumber S., shipbuilder, spar- 
maker and caulker, 16 Drumm 

Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 734 Howard 

Michael, grocerv, NE cor Folsom and 

Rousch, res' 338 Shipley 

Miles, boilermaker, res 508 Mission 

O. O., di-iver City R. R. Co., res 

cor Sixteenth and Mission 

Ohver P., bkpr, Bank of California, 

res 414 EUis 

Peter, clerk with James Hartley & 

Co., res 110 O'FarreU 

Reese B., clerk, res 2654 Folsom 

Allen Robert, Col. U. S. A., Asst. Q. 
M. G. and Chief Q. M. Mili- 
tary Div. Pacific, office 105 Stock- 
ton, res 1117 Stockton 

Robert E., compositor. Morning Call, 

res 808 Leavenworth 

Samiiel, engineer with J. Y. Wilson 

& Co., res cor Buchanan and Bay 

Samuel G., salesman with Murphy, 

Grant & Co., res 1207 Union 

Samuel J., elk withHixson & Curtis, 

res 708 Harrison 

Susan Mrs., res 26 Howard crt 

S. W., miner, res Branch House 

Allen Theodore H., (Allen & Young) 

res 712 Greeu'wich 
Thomas, gasfitter with Thomas Day, 

res 228 Fourth 
Thomas, marble polisher with M; 

Heverin, res 214 Broadway 
Thomas J., clerk A. and P. Tele- 

gi-aph Co., res 223 Minna 
Thomas S., ship cai-penter, res 957 

Harrison 

T. S., ship carptr, res 208 Eighteenth 

William, boilermaker with Pacific 

Iron Works, res 37 Minna 
William, carpenter and builder, res 

448 Minna 

WiUiam, cai-penter, res 421 Dupont 

William, carpenter with Charles Will- 
iams, 421 Sansome 
WiUiam, clerk, res 206 Ellis 



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Allen WiUiam, -watchman Sutter-st R. R. 
depot, Polk nr Bnsh 

William, moulder Fulton Foundry, 

res 315 Beale 

William, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

William, jr., baud sa-s^yer, with Cam- 
eron & Hall, res 153 Minna 

William A., store-k'prP. M. S. S. Co. 

William B., clerk Eeal Estate Associ- 
ates, res 1010 Powell 

William F., elk with James S. Foster 

• William H., atty-at-law, 712 Mont- 
gomery, res 206 EUis 

Allen William, (White & A.) res 12 Oak 

William H., salesman wdth G. Abra- 
ham, res 111% Minna 

William E., plumber and gasfitter, 819 

Market, res 910 Dolores 

William S., cook, 510 Market 

WiUiam T., longshoreman, res 16 

Howard 

see Allan — Allyn 

Aller, William H., rigger, riggers and steve- 
dores assn, -1:29 Pacific 

Alley James, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

0. F., res 1102 Scott 

William, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

William H., wood and coal, 908-910 

Stockton, res NW cor Pringle crt 
and Greenwich 

Allyn Charles, machinist, res Montgomery 
Hotel 

Allfielt Abel, pedler, res 1115 Howard 

Allingham WiUiam, machinist and black- 
smith, U. S. Engineer Dept, Alca- 
tras Island, res 625 Minna 

AUione & Stathopolis (Frank Allione and E. 
Stathopolis) oyster dealers, 87 
Center Market 

Frank, (Allione & Stathopolis) res 

Clara lane 

AUiot EmanueUe, hair dresser, 311 Sutter 

Allison — , stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 



A., fireman S. P. K. E. 

Charles, machinist, res 6 Langton 



Allisou David E., (D. E. Allison & Co.) 
res 117 Oak 

Allison 1>. E. «fc Co., (D. E. Allison) 
general com mer, fruit, grain pro- 
duce, 309-311 Washington 

Frank J., salesman -with Braverman 

& Levj', res 528 Pine 

Joseph, machinist mth Wm Deacon, 

res 256% Jessie 

Michael, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Milton, bootmaker with U. W. B. S. 

M. Co., res 118 Bush 

Allison Eanch M. Co., (Grass VaUey, Cal.) 
B. B. Minor, sec, 411% Cal 

Eobert, sheep ranch, res 1240 Fol- 

som 

Thomas E., bookkeeper with Pac. 

Ice Co., res 718 Batteiy 

T., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co. 



Allison WiUiam, machinist, res 6 Langton 
AUkire Samuel H., asst storekpr Custom H. 
AUman George, Inspector Custom House, 

res 143 Third 

Myles, hiUman Sutter sti-eet R. R. 

Allmayer Mark, with H. and L. Co. No. 3, res 

engine house, Market near Tenth 
AUserts Meinard, shoemaker 2005 Folsom, 

res 2004 Folsom 
AEwood Henry, wood carver S. F. Mnfr Co., 

res NE cor Lombard and Hyde 
AUyn Charles, printer ^\•ith J. P. H. Went- 

Worth, res 227 Second 
Allyne «fc White, (John W. AUyne and 

Wm. H.White) mnfrs, imprs and 

dealers in oUs, etc., factory cor 

Taylor and Chestnut, office 112 

114 Fi-ont 
Allyue J. W., (Allyne & White) res NW 

cor Green and Gough 
Almada Frank, seaman, res 1109 Sansome 
Gregorio, capitalist, oflice 320 San- 
some, res 21 South Park 
Alman David, dealer in coopers' stock, res 

W s Gilbert, nr Brannan 
Almaney Mrs., lodgings, 205 Powell 
Almonte Jos., whitewasher, res 526 Pacific 
Almshouse, City and County, Mission Ocean 

House road, 4% miles from City 

Hall 
Alonso Jose, (Diez, Bertz & Co.) res 112 

Virginia 
Alpen Hei-man, master mariner, 1419 Mason 
Alpers Charles, manager Potrero Co., 

5th av, nr N, South S. F., and 

leader Metropolitan Band, office 

228 Bush, res SW cor Grove and 

Buchanan 
Charles W., musician and dancing 

school, res rear 1623 Powell 

John, musician, res 717 Green 

Alpha ConsoUdated, (Storey, Co., Nev.) 

Wm. Willis, secretary, 419 Cal. 
Alphonse Jean B., lithographic printer with 

A. Waldstein, res 348 Eitch 
Alphonso Joseph, cabinet-maker with Chr. 

Schreiber & Co., res Euss Hoiise 

Q., (Coh & Co.) 907 Washington 

Alps S. M. Co., (Lincoln Co., Nev.) 0. D. 

Sqiaire, sec, 331 Montgomery 
Ah-utz John L., bookkeeper, res 2509 Clay 
Alsberg Eosa Miss, music teacher, 114 Geary 
Alsenz Jacob, bootmaker, 915 Post, res 1210 

Post 
Alsgood Fi-ederick, clerk with F. Wilker, res 

1200 Folsom 
Alsop John S., umbreUa-maker, 333 Bush, 

res 8 Virginia place 
Alstrom Fi-ederick, teamster with George B. 

Knowles, res SE cor Main and 

Mission 
Alt Charles, boot and shoemaker 608 Vallejo 
Alta California, (daily and weekly) 

Frederick JIacCrellish & Co., pro- 
prietors, 529 California 



R. J. TRUMBULL, 



DEALER IN 



BULBS, SEEDS, TREES, etc., 427 SANSOME ST. 



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Alta California Almanac, (annual) 
Frederick MacCrellish & Co., pro- 
prietors, 529 California 

Alta California Building, 529 Cal. 

Alta California Job Printing Of- 
fice, Frederick MacCrellish & 
Co., props, 529 California 

Alta Lodging House, Ealston & Cottrell, 
proptrs, 536 Sacramento 

Alta Silver M. Co., (Gold Hill, Nev.) Wm. 
H. Watson, sec, 302 Montgom'y 

Altemus John, bakery, W s Folsom, bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

William E., auctioneer with Greene- 

baum & Co., res 715 EUis 

Altenbach Joseph, tailor, res 10 Margaret pi 

Altenberg Peter F., clocks, 528 Kearny 

Eosalia Mrs., milliner, 528 Kearny 

Altenburg Charles, cook with Schroth & 
Westerfield, res 228 Kearny 

Ernest, bookkeeper with A. S. Eosen- 

baiim & Co., res 822 Greenwich 

Altendorf, J., saw-grinder with Pacific Saw 
Manuf'g Co., res 302 Union 

Althof «& Balils, (Hermann Althof and 
J.F.W.Bahls) bookbinders, paper 
rulers and blank-book manuf'rs, 
423 Clay and 412 Commercial 

Bros., (E. and T. Althof) Bay Oyster 

House, 626 Market 

Ernest, (Althof Bros.) res 626 Market 

Althof Hermann, (Althof & Bahls)res 
Oakland 

Theodore, (Althof Bros.) 

Jessie 

Altman Jacob, tailor, 858 Howard 

Tobias, tailor, 428 Green 



536% 



Altmark Louis, porter with Kosenthal, Feder 

& Co., res 515 Eddy 
Altmayer Aaron, (Einstein Bros. & Co.) res 

115 Eddy 
Abraham, (Einstein Bros. & Co.) res 

334 Eddy 
Altobe Bernard, real est, res rear 1414 Kearny 
Alton Frank, confectioner with Dexter & Co. 

res 904 Jackson 
Louis, lather, res Heinz Hotel 



Altona Gravel M. Co. (Grass Valley, Cal.) 
David Wilder, secretary, 28 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 

Altpeter Charles, res 226 Oak 

George, Itrewer, Phila. Brewery, res 

232 Second 

Altridge Arthur, shoemaker, res W s Noe, nr 
Fifteenth 

Altschul & Hildebrand, (Ludwig Altschul 
and W. C. Hildebrandt) wines 
and liquors, 809 Montgomery 

Charles, (Altschul, Simon & Co.) res 

703 Market 

Ludwig, (Altschul & Hildebrandt) res 

335 Geary 

, Simon & Co., (Chas. Altschul and 

Jiilius Simon) fancy goods and 
varities, 25 Kearny 



Altschuler Levi, variety store, 518 Sixteenth 
AltshTil Leopold, (Mayfield & Co.) res 748 

Howard 
Altnbe Pedro, (L. Peres &Co.) res 318 

Jones 
Altvater David, asst engineer with Marten- 
stein & Deming, res 428 Chestnut 

Francis, porter with A. J. Plate & 

Fritz, plasterer, res 6 Page 

Philip, porter, res 426 Fulton 

Co., res 9 William 
Alvarado Frederico. real estate and student- 

at-law, 708 Mont, res 316 Pine 
Alvarado Juan C, atty-at-law, 330 

Pine, res Occidental Hotel 
Alberto, compositor with F. Fierro, 

res 8 Pollard pi 

P. Mrs., widow, res 5 Prospect pi 

Victor, dentist with S. W. Dennis, 

res 13 Pollard pi 
Alvarez Antonio, tinsmith with Brittan, Hol- 

brook & Co., res 1606 Mason 
Alvarez Cay etano, (Cobo, Ygual & Co) 

res 419 Sacramento 
J., widow, res 1606 Mason 



Alves Frederick, teamster with E. K. Patt- 
ridge, res 130 Steuart 

Joseph, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Alvey C. W., stoves and tinware, 911 
Kearny, res 813 Stockton 

Alvin Craig, seaman, 54 Sacramento 

Alvlso Antonio, waiter, stmr Ajax 

Alvord Frank, carpenter, res 759% Howard 

Henry, route agent Cal. P. E. E., 606 

Mont 

J H., grocer, res 231 Seventh 

Mary J. Mrs., bakery and confec- 
tionery, 759% Howard 

Alvord William, prest Pacific Eolling 
Mill Co. and Park Commissioner, 
of&ce 3 Front, res 564 Folsom 

Alyward, M. J., laborer P. M. S. S. Co. 

Alzamora Charles, steward, 1004 Market, 
res 31 Eddy 

Alzemora J. laborer P. M. S. S. Co. 

Amador Market, (Wemer & Barring- 
ton) meat and groceries, SW cor 
Polk and Clay 

Amador Trinidad, shoe cutter with Einstein 
Bros., res W s Guerrero bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth 

Amador Tunnel and Mining Co., (Lincoln, 
Nev.) L. Kaplan, sec, 27 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 

Amazon Insurance Co., (fire) Hutch- 
inson, Mann & Smith, agts, 314 
California 

Amazon P. A., shipwright, res 924 Folsom 

Ambler, Benjamin, druggist with Charles 
Langley & Co. res 719 Clementina 

Ambrose & Murphy (James Ambrose and 
Patrick Murphy) poultry dealers, 
78-79 Center Market. 

James, (Ambrose & Murphy) res 

Birch av bet Laguna and O eta via 



L. r. rLLLUWb CX LU., liquor dealers' glassware and sundries. 



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Ambrose Thomas, res 18 Veroua 

Am^ & Branger, (Paul Ame and Jno Branger) 
restaurant ■412 Dupont 

Am^ Paul, (Ame & Branger) 412 Dupont 

Amedee C, barber with J. E. Voisinet, res 
409 Post 

Amelaw Joseph, laborer \\-ith P. M. S. S. Co. 

Amelung Julius, salesman ^^-ith Henry Bra- 
der, res 17 Foiu-th 

Amende Charles H. porter ^nth G. W. Clark, 
res 333 Pine 

Amendt Emile, carj)enter, 731 Pacific, res 
731 Broadway 

Amerell C. M., laborer, res 15 Washington 

American Bakery, William Hessler, 
proptr715 Pacific 

Aiuericau Burr Stone Mills, (drug 
mills) Bergin & Benn, propts, 814 
Fourth 

American Central Insurance Co. 
of St. Louis, Hamilton & Son- 
nichsen, managers, NE cor Cali- 
fornia and Sansome 

Aiuericau Clock Company, 581 
Broadway, New York, H. Moli- 
neux agt, 520 Market and 17 and 
and 19 Sutter 

American Consolidated G. andS. Co., (Lyon, 
Nev.) J. F. At'«-ilL sec, 240 Mont 
, American Druids Journal, H. J. Hartnagel, 
managing editor, 708 Sutter 

Aiuericau Eagle House, Joseph Eeed, 
proptr, 320-326 Sansome 

American Exchange Hotel, Bryan, 
Bros, proprs, 321-325 Sansome 

American Fire Insiarance Co. of Philadel- 
phia, Jonathan Hunt genl agt, 
313 California 

American Flag Mill and M. Co., George R. 
Spinnev, secretary, 320 California 

American Flat M.Co., (Storey Co., Nev.) C. 
A. Sankey, sec, 331 Mont 

American Flat South S. M. Co., (Storey Co., 
Nev.) David T. Bagley, secre- 
tary, 401 California 

American Home Missionary Soc, Eev. J. H. 
Warren, D. D., district supt, 757 
Market 

American Eine Steamers, (Liver- 
pool and Philadelphia) George 
Clausenius, agent, SE cor Sacra- 
mento and Leidesdorff' 

American Protestant Association Hall, 713 
Mission 

American Steamship Co., D. B. Jackson, 
agent, 238 Montgomeiy 

American Sunday School Union, American 
Tract Society, agts, 757 Market 

American Tea Comiiany, Koppel & Berk, 
507 Clay 

American Tract Society, Eev. F. E. 
Shearer, district sec; Donald W. 
McLeod, depositary, 757 Market 

Amerman I. A., superintendent railway mail 
ser-sice, 606 Montgomery 



Ames Albert N., carriage painter with Car- 

ville Mnfg Co., res 613 Mission 
Benjamin F., teamster %rith Davis 

& Cowell, res 541 Stevenson 

Edward, clerk, 913 Sacramento 

Fisher, atty-at-law and clerk in city 

and county attorney's ofiice, res 

731 Bush 

Frank B. painter, res 548 Mission 

Frank M., salesman with O. Lawton 

& Co., res Grand Hotel 
George H., shipping clerk, res 2 Ver- 
non place 
George S., third assistant engineer, 

P. M. S. S. S. Co. 
Heniy M., salesman vnth E. F. Os- 

born »fe Co., res Cosmopolitan H 

John W., res 1307 Taylor 

Joseph A., barber, with Simon 

Schwartz 

L. E. Mrs., boarding, 220 Turk 

Martha Miss, teacher, Valencia-street 

gi-ammar school, res 211 Seventh 
Mary E. Mrs., ladies nurse, res E s 

Chattanooga bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third 
Oscar H., caii^enter with William 

Kreger, res Chattanooga between 

Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Ames Pelham W., mining sec, office 

320 California, res 1312 Taylor 
Amey C. H., engineer, res 428 Clementina 
Amgott Simon, clothing, 918 Diipont 
Amilon Charles, laundryman, S. F. laundry, 

NW cor Tiirk and Fillmore 
Amiott Frederick, carpenter, res 421 Bush 
Amis Ed., tailor with Thomas Cohn, res cor 

Dupont and Pacific 
Amlenton AVilliam, cook, P.M. S. S. Co, res 

830 Broadway 
Ammerup C, paints, oils, wall-paper, 

glass, etc., 1126 Market 
Ammou, Caspari & Co., (Bernhai-d von 

Animon, Otto Caspari and Harold 

Holderness) com and shipping 

merchants, 315 California 
Amos & Davis, (John T. Amos and M. 

S. Da-sds) millwri'ts and di-aughts- 

men, 112 Beaie 

F. E., com mer, res 309 Broadway 

George W., millwright Avith Amos 

& Davis, res 109 Tehama 
John, bricklayer, res SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Broadwaj'' 

John, jeweler, res 205 Second 

John, 'with Beal & Dopson, res 601 

Kearny 
Amos John T., (Amos & Davis) res 1506 

Leavenworth 
E. C, (E. C. Fitts & Co.) res cor 

Jessie and Fourth 
Amrine A., tailor, res 817 Montgomery 
Ams Edward, res 614 Sutter 
Amson Joseph, jeweler with A. Mendoza, res 

Union bet Dupont and Kearny 



mmmii mmm co, of California, 



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Amsterdam Marine Board of Underwriters, 
James De Fremery, agt, 710 San- 
some 
Amstulz H. L., (Graf & A.) res 331 Kearny 
Amundsen August, upholsterer with E. C. 
Kennedy, res cor Harrison and 
Twenty-fourth 
Amus Zacharias, tanner, res 734 Guerrero 
Amy Gustave L., salesman with Hoffman & 
Co., res 708 Leavenworth 

O. M., bookkeeper with Bacquie & 

Co., res 1409 Stockton 
Anastatia Peter, res 1318 Dupont 
Anatomical Museum, Isaac Kowe sec and 

treas, 318 Montgomery 
Ancell William, cook, res 231 Second 
Ancher Henry, sailor, res 20 Commercial 
Andel Frederich, maltster, Tilgner's malt 

house 
Anderau Joseph, sausage manfr, 1517 Leav- 
enworth 
Anderfuren Charles, pattern maker with J.M. 
Stockman, res 755 Mission 

J., tailor, cleaning and repairing, 755 

Mission 
W. J., pattern maker with J.M. Stock- 
man, res 755 Mission 
Anderlund Herman, carpenter, res rear 635 

Howard, 
Andersen Charles, master schr War Eagle, 
oflace 305 East, res 27 Frederick 

Christina, with Mrs. F. C. Lipman, 

res 2 iPark pi 
C. H., seaman, res Commercial Lodg- 
ing House 

Henrich, mariner, res 127 Jackson 

Herman, shipwright, res 44 Jessie 

James, master sloop Young America, 

ofELce 305 East, res Eedwood City 

N. H., cigar maker with E. Schneider, 

res 1208 Market 

Niels, master sloop Weinder, office 

305 East, res California City 
Anderison & Irving, (P.Anderson and 
S. Lrving) gent's fui'n'g goods, 219 
Montgomery 
Anderson & Marshall, (HemyC. An- 
derson and Joseph S. Marshall) 
proprs Long Branch oyster sa- 
loon, SE cor Sutter and Dupont 
Anderson &. Randolph, (James An- 
derson and W. C. Eandolph) 
imprs and mnfrs of watches, jew- 
elry and silverware, 101 and 103 
Montgomery 
, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 



Abraham, cabinetmaker, res S s 

Fifteenth, bet Market and Noe 
Abraham, Scan, soc, 71 New Mont 
Albert, clerk mth Palmer Bros., res 

726 Market 
Alexander, seaman, res 26 Sacram'to 
Alice, shoefitter with D. W. Emmer- 
son, res 810 Eddy 



Anderson Andrew, (D. C. Fox & Co.) res 

630% Minna 
Andi-ew, master schr Alice KimbaU, 

res NIV cor Capp and Seventeenth 
Andrew, saloon, NW cor Kentucky 

and Long Bridge 

Andrew, saloon, 250 Spear 

Andrew, seaman stmr Santa Cruz 



Andi'ew, seaman, res 5 Jackson street 
Andrew, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 



Andrew, ship^\Tights assn. 71 New 
Montgomery 

Andi-ew, tailor,, 8 August alley 

Andi-ew P., packer with Martenstein 

& Deming, res Oakland 

Ann, dressmaker, 434 Greenwich 

Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 605 

Minna 
Anthon, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 

Auguste, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

A., blacksmith, res 103 Third 

A., carpenter with C. E. Roman, res 

718 Market 

A., fireman tug Rescue 

A., seaman, 54 Sacramento 

A. B. Mrs., teacher Lincoln school, 

res 547 Mission 
Anderson Bros., (Thomas and Simon 

Anderson) coal dealers, 118 and 

120 Market 

B., (Krantz & A.), res 5 California 

Charles, cook with D. A Kneass, res 

524 Mission 

Charles, fireman, res rear 123 Speai 

Charles, lumber stevedore with G. A. 

Meigs, res Alameda 
Charles, porter with Baker & Hamil- 
ton, res Oakland 

Charles, Seaman, res, 5 Jackson 

Charles, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 

Charles, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Charles, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

Charles, stevedore with A. C. Freese 

Anderson, Charles A., wine and liq- 

iior saloon 432 California, res 266 

Minna 
C. A. Mrs., teacher Lincoln school, 

res 29 Turk 
Charles E., special policeman, res E 

Perry 
Christian, laborer, res NW cor Uniou 

and Kearny 
Christian, steward, res Montgomery's 

Hotel 
Claude, clerk Adjt. Gen's office, res 

105 Stockton 

Daniel, barkeeper, res 47 Second 

David, seaman, res 50 Natoma 

Deborah, widow, res 15 Frederick 

Edward, boot fitter, 3 Gardner, res 

rear 110 Taylor 

Edward, car^jenter, res 569 Howard 

Edward, seaman, res 26 Sacramentc 



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Anderson Edward J., naval architect, res 652 

Howard 

Elizabeth Mrs, res 323 ^^ Dupont 

— E. E., tailor mth G. Abraham, res 8 

AVillow 

Eric, cabinetmaker California Fiu-- 

niture Manuf Co., res 520 Stockton 

Ernest, seaman, res 18 Freelou 

E. M., tailor -n-ith Gnstavns Johnson, 

res 425 Broadway 
Eva S. Miss, teacher Market-street 

Primary school, res 311 Harrison 

— T. Mrs., di-essmaker, 755 Clay 

Frances Mrs, furnished rooms, 323 

Sutter 
Frank H., bookkeeper M-ith Oliver 

Hinkley, res 311 Harrison 
Frank P., special policeman, res 912 

Pacific 

Frederick, bricklayer, res cor Green 

and Yallejo 
Frederick, cabinetmaker -with E. & 

L. Emanuel, res E s San Bruno 

r bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
Frederick, joiner with Joseph Eoos 

& Co., res 1901 Hyde 

Fred, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

F. O., cabinetmaker with H. Granz, 

res 777 Harrison 

George, boatman, res 328 Main 

George, driver Bamber's Express, 

res Oakland 
George, naval architect, res 29% 

Third 

George, seaman, res 123 Jackson 

George A., night inspector, Custom 

House 
George L., Lieutenant XJ. S. A. and 

Post Adjutant at Point San Jose 

Gustav, cook, res Roland place 

Gustav, watchmaker M-ith C. Ahrens, 

res 1014; "Washington 

G. A., seaman, res 415 East 

Hans, blacksmith with C. Oester, 

res 43 Jessie 
Hector, clerk with F. N. Woods & 

Co., res cor Green and Mont- 
gomery 

Henry, plasterer, res rear 314 Union 

Henry, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

H. Mrs., milUner \\ith Mrs. Eiordan, 

res 924 Folsom 
Henry A., printer with J. F. Brown, 

res 3 Hardie place 
Anderson Heury C, oyster saloon, 

stall 45 ^Yashington Market (and 

Anderson & Marshall), res 915 

Greenwich 
Henry W., wo.odcarver, res W s Mis- 
sion nr Twenty-fifth 
Isaac, porter -ndth E. Martin & Co., 

res Brooklyn 
Anderson James, (Anderson & Ban- 

dolph) res 305 Jones 
: James, clerk, 45 Vallejo 



Anderson James, sawj-er with Hobbs, Pome- 
roy & Co.' 

James, shoefitter with Porter, Blum 

& Slessinger, res 434 Greenwich 

James H. Y., "bookkeeper with Hey- 

wood <fe Harmon, res Oakland 

- — - — James W., jeweler \nth Wenzel, 
Rothschild & Hadenfeldt, res 305 
Jones 

Anderson James W., \ice-principal 
Union gi-ammar school, teacher 
Normal class, 33 Kearny, res 547 
Mission 

John, res 415 East 

John, broker, res cor De Haro and 

Solano 

John, carpet layer with "W. J. Heney 

& Co., 

John, laborer Pacific EoUing Mills 

John, laborer with J. Y. "Wilson & 

Co., res cor Bi;chanan and Bay 

John, laborer, res S s Sixteenth near 

Mission Creek 

John, local pohceman, res 8 "Wash- 
ington 

John, master sloop Louise de Merrit, 

res 21 Commercial 

John, master mariner, res 18 Freelon 

John, mate schr Elvinia, res North 

German Hotel 

Anderson John, proprietor Market- 
street Restaurant, 738 Market, 
res 836 Market 

Anderson John, proptr Ocean House, 
103 Clarke 

John, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

John, seaman, res 21 Commercial 

John, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

John, seaman, res 45 Sacramento 

John, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

John, seaman, res 498 Eighth 

John, (The San Francisco Manufac- 
turing Co.) res 212 Seventh 

John, tailor, 628 Merchant, res 4 

Central pi 

John, tailor, res rear 434 Yallejo 

John jr, master schr Ino, res 2631 

Howard 

John P., laborer, res 52 Minna 

Joseph, nurseryman, res "W s San 

Jos^ road beyond San Miguel 
station 

Joseph, stevedore with A. C. Fi-eese 

Joseph S., sausage maker, 1517 Lea- 
venworth 

Julius, cigars, 306 Kearny, res 627 

California 

Julius C, Scandinavian Society, 71 

New Montgomery 

J., conductor Omnibus Railroad Co. 

J., tailor, res 219 First 

J., wiper S. P. R. R. Co. 

J. Bowley, carnage maker, res 836 

Market 

J. C, with Cornell Watch Co. 



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Anderson J. Dade, stationeiy, 120 

Fourth 

J. W., sell teacher, res 547 Mission 

Lars, seaman stnir Sol Thomas, res 

Sacramento House 

Lewis, seaman, 54 Sacramento 

Louis, laundi-yman, res 1313 Jackson 

Louis, porter Wells, Fargo & Go's 

Bank, res 152 Minna 
Louis, sailor schr Alice Kimball, res 

Pacific Exchange 

Louis, stevedore with A. C. Freese 

Maria Mrs., lodgings, 118 O'Farrell 

Marshall, res 29 Turk 

Martin, cook with F. Brown, res 10 

Steuart 
Mary, Andow, res S s Moulton pi, nr 

Montgomery 

Mary Mrs., -nddow, res 1114 Kearny 

Mathew A., professor of miisic, res 

15 Guerrero 

Neil, tailor, 835 Bush 

Nelson, boatman, res San Jose road 

m- Five-mile House 

Niel, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

Niles E., master mariner, res 10 Oak 

Grove av. 

Patrick, fireman stmr Constantine 

Anderson Pet Mrs., spirit artist and 

test medium, NE cor Kearny and 

Sutter 
Anderson Peter, (Anderson & Irving) 

res 513 Taylor 

Peter, cabinetmaker, 1071 Market 

Peter, cooper with Norton & Kelly, 

res 707% Mission 
Peter, deck hand stmr Beform, res 

1226 Kearny 
Anderson Peter, editor and proprietor 

Pacific Appeal, res 1302 Powell 
Peter, seaman bark Webfoot, res 26 

Sacramento 

Peter, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

Peter, seaman, res 415 East 

Peter, tailor, res 639 California 

Peter G., cai-penter, res 735 Brannan 

Peter W., res 513 Taylor 

Phillip, laborer, res Union bet Gough 

and Octavia 

Pierre A., wine makr, res 924 Folsom 

P. C. H., hod carrier Palace Hotel 

Robert, clerk Custom House, res 

Portsmouth House 
Samuel S., salesman with Beers & 

Maynard, res Hansa Hotel 
Anderson Simon, (Anderson Bros.) 

res Oakland 

S., kitchen-man Grand Hotel 

Anderson Tliomas, (Anderson Bros.) 

res 410 Eddy 

Thomas, asst engineer stmr Washoe 

Tufve, miller Carmen Island salt 

works, res 42 Ecker 

T. K. breakman S. P. E. E. Co. 

Walter B., policeman, 502 Stockton 



Anderson Walter T., bookkpr with Anderson 

Bros., 118-120 Market 
WUliam, clerk with Yates & Co., res 

22 O'FarreU 
WiUiam, engineer S. F. Cordage Co., 

res W s Indiana near Sierra 
William, hog ranch, 1 mile SW lake 

Honda 
William, laborer with H. B. Tichenor 

& Co. 

William, laborer, res 34 Louisa 

William, mate schr Susan A. Owens, 

res 113 Jackson 

William jr., moulder, res 34 Louisa 

William, porter and extraman hook 

and ladder No. 1, res 7 Bagley pi 

William, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

WiUiam, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 

William, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

• William, seaman,res NW cor Mission 

and Steuart 
William, Shipwright's Ass't, 71 New 

Montgomery 

William, stevedore with Geo. Whitney 

W., teamster -with Wm. Kerr, res 903 

Battery 
WiUiam B., bookkeeper with H. B. 

Tichenor &Co., res 2631 Howard 

William H., caulker,res 311 Harrison 

W. E. saUor's boarding, 7 Br'dway 

William T, accountant 217 Sansome, 

res NW cor Twenty-Fourth and 

ShotweU 

see Andreson, Andersen 

Andes Silver Mining Co., Michael Landers, 

sec, office 507 Montgomery 
Andler Jacob, carpenter, res 409 Third 
Joseijh, upholsterer with H. Luchsin- 

ger & Co., res 409 Third 
Andornetti Celestin, compositor La Voce del 
Popolo, res 18% Lafayette place 
Julia Mme., ladies nurse, 18% La- 
fayette place 
Andi-ade Evaristo, printer, res 908 B'dway 
Andrade Guillermo, (Gaxiola &An- 

di-ade) res 611 Folsom 

Joaquin D., res 1308 Montgomery 

WiUiam C, clerk, res 611 Folsom 

Andreas Heni-y, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 

P., clerk, res 3 Hardie place 

Andreasen Andreas, laborer, res Coso House 
Ole, deck watch P. M. S. S. Co. 



Andre Alexander A., porter with S. F. Assay- 
ing Co., res 7 Harriet 
Andree Eudolph, miner, res 311 Clementina 
Andres Christian, musician, res 345 Jessie 

J. P., clerk with Simpson & Bro., res 

3 Hardy pi 

— Mary M. Miss, res 824 Mission 

Andresen Bros., (John G. and Christian) 
blacksmiths and wagomnakers, 
607 Battery 
Chi-istian, (Andresen Bros.) res Oakld 



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Andi-essen E., tailor 335 Bush, res 1 St. 
Mary's pi 

Johannes, carpenter, res 127 Jackson 

John G., (Andi-esen Bros.) res Oak- 
land 

Peter, cutter with Wright & Harmon, 

res 639 California 
Andrew B. F., carpenter, res 1224 Union 

• Came E., hairdresser, 251 Third, res 

1604 Pacific av 

Elizabeth, widow, res 1604 Pacific av 

Frederick, cook Constitution Hotel, 

res 553 First 

John, bookkeeper with J. F. Haycock 

& Co., res Oakland 

William, conductor, Market-st E. K. 

Co. 

■ mechanic, res 209 Minna 

Andrews Abraham, jewelry and diamoncfs, 
221 Montgomery, res 111% Minna 

Amador, messenger Wells, Fargo & 

Co., res 2107 California 

Amasa B., merchandise acct Auditor's 

Department Custom House, res 
2520 Sacramento 

• Bruce, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

• Charles, steward, res 14 Virginia 

Charles N., woodturner, with E. Fal- 

kingham, res 841 Mission 
Andrews Edwin O.. butter, cheese, 
eggs, and produce dealer 24 Cen- 
ter Market, res 230 Kearny 

F. M. Mrs., widow, res 11 Yerba 

Bueua 

Frank, blacksmith, 39 Hinckley 

Frank P., ^-ith Cornell Watch Co. 

Frederick J., res Treat av bet Twen- 

ty-second and Twenty-third 

George, painter with Frost & Bich- 

ards, res 313 Harrison 

George, rigger, rigger and steve assn, 

429 Pacific 
George, stevedore with Menzies & 

Bingham 
G. S., clerk forwarding department 

Wells Fargo & Co., res 2107 Cal. 
Hannah Mrs., lodgings, 536 Market 

and 15 Second 
Andrewiii Harry, manager Woodward's 

Gardens, res E side Bartlett bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-f oui'th 
— Hemy H., 2d officer str Japan, res 

926 Stockton 

J. B., piu-ser str Julia 

— Jacob, (KeUy k A.) res 210 Bush 

James, painter, res 20 Clementina 

Jeremiah, engineer, 106 Jackson 

John, laborer, res 416 Austin 

John, ship-wi-ight, res 52 Minna 

— KirkH., laborer, res 7 Clinton 

O. C. teamster, res 614% Minna 

Oliver, wholesale butcher, 5th av m- 

K, res 6th av and L South S. F. 
^ Richard, stevedore A\-ith Menzies & 

Bingham, res 31 Alta 



Andrews E. W., draughtsman v^dth Palmer, 
Knox & Co., res 416 Austin 

Thomas, asst scene artist, California 

Theatre 

Thomas, laborer, res 20 Clementina i 

Thomas J., res 1435% Mission 

Thomas J., maltster, res 436 Brannan 

T. H., carpenter. Palace Hotel 

Washburn E., carpenter S. F. Manfg I 

Co., res 536% Howard I 

William, clerk with Phipps & Flenni- ! 

ken, res 31 Alta j 

Andros Iflilton, atty-at-law, 18-19-20 U. 
S. Comt bid, res 523 Turk 

Andross Porter H., asst abstract clerk, Cus- 
tom House, res 28 O'Farrell ' 

Winfield S. night clerk P. O., res 28 1 

'Fan-ell I 

AndrusT. J., compositor, res 1015 Mason | 

Andrzejowski J. WiUiam, can-ier S. F. P. 0. ! 
res 702 Bush 

Stephen, butcher with Geo. Walter & i 

Co., res Millers Hotel ; 

Andui-an Charles, (H. Eacouillat & Co.) res 
738 Pacific 

Andy, William H., janitor.res 209 Prospect pi 

Angel MjTon, advertising agent and newspa- 
per conespondent, 411% Cali- 
fornia, res 1118 Howtu-d 

Angelis August, tinner with M. Prag. res 
524 Linden 

Theodore, teacher music, 1623 Powell, 



Augelius Diederich, di-iver, Albany Brewery, 

res 756 Howard 
Angell Horace B., manager Miners' 

Foumliy and Machine Works, 

Co-operative, res 1 1 Clementina 
Angell Jonathan W., apothecaiy and 

druggist, NW cor First and Fol- 

som, res 415 Bryant [see adv. 

dejit. page 1b] 
Angell, Palmer d: Co., (H. B. Angell 

and Cyrus Palmer) managers 

Miners' Foundry and Machine 

W'ks. Co-operative, 235-247 First 
W. C, physician and surgeon, office 

and res 506 Folsom 
Angelo Charles A, journalist, res 920 Sutter 
Garbarina, gardener, Ocean House 

rd, S. Alms House 
Sarah, widow, laundress, res 216 

Eighth 
Angerer Charles, shoemaker, 1 118 Folsom 
Angenuan H., seaman, res 415 East 
Angerstein Charles, laborer, res rear 433 

Vallejo 
Angland William, bar-tender mth L. Eppin- 

ger, res 14 Harlan pi 
Angle M. B., clerk, res 246 Third 
Anglie Thomas, laborer, res 721 Minna 
Anglin Fi-ank, porter with L. Eppinger, res 

14 Harlan pi 
John, labr with J. H. McAlister, res 

Second bet Howard and Folsom 



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Anglin Pah-ick, porter Cal Fm-niture Mnfg 
Co., res E s Biyant bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth 

Thomas, porter Cal Furnitru-e Mnfg 

Co., res 721 Minna 
Anglo-Californian Bauk, Fredk. F. 
Low and Ignatz Steinhai-t ma.n- 
agers, 422 California 
Angonet Francis, dairy, Fillmore nr Fran- 
cisco 
Anhalt Dietrich, seaman, res 5 Jackson 
Anie Frederick, varnisher, California Fur- 
niture Mannfactiu-ing Co., res 371 
Jessie 
Ankele George, newspai^er carrier, res 2l8t 
a\ near Railroad av, South S. F. 

Henry, clerk with M. Jordan, res 613 

Pine 
Anker Ibusina, student, res 509 Bush 
Anklar Benedict, butcher, 5 Dupont 
Anna Dickinson S. M. Co., (Pioche, Nev.) 
JohnE. Wilde, secretary, 24 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Anne P. 0., carpenter. Palace Hotel 
Annie Belcher Q. M. Co., (Sonoma, Cal) J. 
M. Buffiington, secretary, 37 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Amietz N., carpenter. Palace Hotel 
Annis G. W. conductor Market-st E. E. Co. 

Constantino, clerk with H. F. Marsh, 

316 Clay 

Samuel, longshoreman, res rear 1319 

Sansome, 

Samuel J., carpenter, res 948 Howard 

, merchant, res Sullivan's Building 

Anniss William, expressman, res 327 Bryant 
Ano Louis, waiter with Shneller & Berger, 

res 1146 Market 
Ansburg & Jack (B. Ansburg and Adam 
Jack) britchers, NE cor of Mont- 
gomery and Broadway 

B., (Ansburg & Jack) res W s Ohio, 

m- Vallejo 
Anschel Levi, tailor, 204 Commercial 
Ansell WiUiam, cook, Montgomery Hotel 
Anselm Otto, messenger Adjutant-General's 

office, res 18 Garden 
Ansiglioni Henry, res 523 Pine 
Anson E., widow, res 1216 Union 

H., widow, res 728 Vallejo 

Patrick E., painter with Wason & 

Morris, res Sharp pi, nr Union 

Eichard, painter, res 909 Geary 

Ansonia Clock €o., Murray Davis agt, 

31-33 Sutter 
AnsiJacher Abraham, res 1820 Market 
Anstett Antone, salesman Lafayette Brew- 
ery, res 725 Green 
Anstett Armand, (Grogan & A.) res 

725 Green 
Ansty Peter, seaman, res Union House 
Antkes <& Fleisckman (Peter Anthes 
and Charles Fleischman) hair- 
dressing saloon, 315 Kearny 
Fredei-ick, musician, res 6 Harlan pi 



Anthes John, musician, res cor Twelfth and 

Market 
John A., di-uggist with H. B. Shaw, 

res cor Twelfth and Market 

Louis, clerk, res Sophie terrace 

Antkes Peter, (Anthes & Fleischman) 

res Sophie teiTace 
Anthonison H., laborer Bay Sugar Eefinery 
Antkony «fc Maass, (Heniy Anthony 

and Christian Maass), groceries 

and liquors, 6 Clara lane 

A., miller, res 15 Clementina 

Antkony E. T. «& Co., (E. T. Anthony) 

re-j^ackers, 321 Sacramento 
E., widow, seamstress, res NE cor 

Fifth and Shiplej- 
Antkony Edward T.. dealer cut leather 

stocks, (and E. 'T. Anthony & Co.) 

321 Sacramento, res 124 Oak 

F., tanner, res 572 Folsom 

Florence Miss, music teacher, res 11 

Haight 
Antkony George W., proptr Anthony's 

Hall and real estate, office and res 

417 Bush 
Antkony Henry, (Anthony & Maass) 

res 6 Clara lane 

Henry, pedler, res 769 Bryant 

H. A., shoemaker, res 297 Clementina 

James, bookkeeper with McAfee, 

Spiers & Co. 

James M., water-tender P.M.S.S. Co. 

Joseph, painter, res 138 Second 

M. J., carpenter, res 236 Sutter 

Eichard M., bookkeeper with Wm. 

Sherman & Co., res 115 Kearny 
S., bookbinder, res 974 Folsom 

Sarah, ■nddow, res 5 Haight 

WiUiam T., repacker with E. T. An- 
thony & Co., res 517 Pine 

Antkony's Hall, G. W. Anthony, prop, 

417 Bush 
Antioch Vincenzi, with Frank Eosso, 812 

Kearny 
Antisell T. M. A: Co., (T. M. Antisell) 

l^iano manuf 'rs, 640 Washington 
Antisell T. M., (T. M. AntiseU & Co.) 

res 216 Fair Oak 
William C, with T. M. Antisell & Co. 

res Oakland 
Anton August, cigar-maker Tvith John Lemke 

res 158 Clara 

Christian Frank, porter \\ith Abrams 

& Carroll, res 906 Filbert 

Emanuel, barber with M. J. Silva, res 

705 Brannan 



Frank, porter with Abram & Can-oil, 

res 906 Filbert 
Antonia Clara Mnie., clairvoyant and 

physician, 134% Post 
Antonio G., with Eittore & Sylvester 

John, cook stmr Ajax 

Joseph, laborer, res W s San Jose av 

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^tonovich Paul, fisherman, res SE cor Pa- 
cific and Drurum 
Ajitunovich Florio, chop house, 403 East 
— Nicholas, coftee stand, SW cor Com- 
mercial and East, res cor Powell 

and Green 
A.ntz Henry, butcher, NW cor Larkin and 

Geaiy 
Ajiva-ay Prank, teamster Avith Vermeil & 

Wellington, res cor Berry and 

Fourth 
A.nzenhofer Louis, fanner, N s Ocean House 

road, nr Industrial school 
Apel John, architect, 701 Stockton 
Apel's Building, 410 Kearny 
Apgar A. J., carpenter, res 420 Tehama 
Apollo Hall, 808 Pacific 
Apothecaries' Hall, (Wrm J. Bryan and B. 

B. Thayer, di-uggists) SE corner 

Market and New Montgomery 
App M. J., lodgings, 128 Kearny 
Appel Arthur Anthony, seaman, 123 Jackson 
Herman, upholst'r with Phillip Stern, 

res Avenue House, Kearny st 
S., with Hook and Ladder Co. No. 3, 

Market, nr Tenth 

Simon, mariner, res 5 Willow 

Theodore, cigars and tobacco, cor 

Market and ElUs, res 1118 How'd 
Appelberg Peter, cook, res 127 Jackson 
Appell John C, cabinetmaker with Krager 

& Co., res cor Mission and Main 
Appiarius Francis Wm., salesman vrith. Sol. 

Wangenheim & Co., res504Filb't 
• Henry, barkeeper with W. F. Kamps 

res NE cor California and Davis 
Apple Jacob, clerk -nith John G. Hodge & 

Co., res 566 Minna 

• Samuel, furniture, 227 Fifth 

Sarah, dry goods, 28 Sixth, res 566 

Minna 

Simon, fui-nitui-e, 872 Folsom 

Wolf, res 566 Minna 

, res 322 Sutter 

Appleby Wilham, European nursery, res NW 

cor Mission and Twenty-first 
Applegarth Edward, capitalist, 302 Mont, res 

London 
William, mining secretary, 302 Mont. 

res Oakland 
Applegate J. Henry jr., bookkeeper with J. 

H. Carniany & Co., res 1119 Geary 
Josiah H., atty-at-law, 729 Mont, res 

Grand Hotel 
Appleton Abraham, pedler, res W s Clinton, 

nr Bryant 

Abraham, shoemaker, res 144 Shipley 

Charles, hostler, res 115 O'Farrell 

Thomas jr., supt Mission and Pacific 

Woolen Mills, office 517 Market, 

res Twenty-third, bet Mission and 

Capp 

W., res 516 Sutter 

jAppleton's American Cyclopaedia, James T. 
I White & Co., agents, 6 Mont 



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Appy H. J. Mrs., seamstress, res 37 Second 
Aqiiado Gennano, cabinet-maker with W. J. 

Palmer & Co., res 535 Vallejo 
Arallano Ignatio, bathman Lick House, res 

11 Morey alley 
Aranz S., laborer, W s Bannan pi 
Arata Bartolomeo, saloon, 5 Clay 

Francisco, res 521 Greenwich 

Giovanni, gardener, 30 Colombo mar- 
ket, res W s Mission Ocean House 

rd, S Alms House 

Louis, res 423 Filbert 

Luigi, stonecutter, 1130 Market 

Nicholas, master schr Rock of Cashel 

res 12 Union pi 
Arbes Carl, fumer with H. Liebes & Co. res 

228 O'Farrell 
Arbogast Frederick, upholsterer with F. G. 

Edwards, res NW cor Clay and 

Stockton 
Abondin, Henry, machinist, 4 Graham pi 
Ai'bondin's H., French Tobacco Factory, 

Joseph Bresson, proi^rietor, SE 

cor "Taylor and Vallejo 
Arbuckle Heury, groceries and Uquors, 

NE cor Howard and Sixteenth, 

res 2009 Mission 
Archbald John, surveyor S.F. Savings 

Union, 532 California, res 1312 

Powell 
Archer Anna, widow, res 111 Prospect pi 
H. A., actor Bella Union Theatre. 

805-807 Kearny 

Luke, lumberman, res 127 Jackson 

William, machinist, Philadelphia 

Brewery, res 415 Fifth 
Archibald James W., moulder with Risdon 

Iron Works, res 44 Clementina 

J. W., moulder, res 254 Clementina 

Jessie G., teamster with Pacific Roll- 
ing Mills, res 297 Clementina 
Prescott L., asst supt Central R. R. 

Co., res 5 Mason 

William, iron-moulder, res 536 Miss'n 

Ardery James A., salesman with H. K. Cum- 

mings & Co., res 155 Tehama 
Arend P. Miss, lodgings, 719 Clay 
Leonard, laundryman Martin's Res- 
taurant, 023 Commercial 
Arendt Edward N., upholsterer, res 167 Silver 
Arents Albert, res 1420 California 
Areola — , widow, res 14 Auburn 
Arey Charles, captain ship Coquimbo, office 

pier 1, Steuart 

Emily T., widow, res 717 Shotwell 

Joseph, captain ship Red Jacket, 

office E s Spear bet Folsom and 
Harrison 

Joseph, seaman, res 40 Steuart 

Theodore B., captain bark Chris. 

Mitchell, office pier 1, Steuart 
Walter W., bookkeeper with J. Under- 
bill & Co., res 151G Franklin 
Arfort J. B., wagon-maker 218 Post, res 504 
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Ai-gall J., (Birch, Ai-gall & Co.) res 323 Fifth 
Argenti Ttillio, marble-Tvorker vdth Bianchi 
j & Cimeo) resW s Mission bet 

I Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

I Ai'giiello Alfred 0., law student vdth S. L. 
i Johnson, res Morton House 

Argyle House, 957 Market 
! Ariani Santi, Fisherman's Home, 32 Clay 
I Ai-iaz Benancio, janitor London and S. F. 
I Bank, res 21 Telegi-aph pi 

j Arion Halle, liquors and billiards, Hem-y 
j Grimm, proptr, NE cor Sutter and 

Kearny 
Arioto G., fisherman, res 30 Clay 
I Aris Gertrude Miss, dressmaker, res 343 Jessie 

Arizona and Utah M. Co., 419 California 
' Arizona S. M. Co., ( Unionville, Nevada) 
! William Willis, sec, 419 California 

Arjo Manuel, salesman with G. Venard, res 
I 440 Green'tt'ich 

' Arlett Benjamin, bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

Arlington House, 'Mrs. E. M. Gillan, 
j prop's, 207 Sutter and 127 Kearny 

I Arlington William (Boss &A.) res 111 Taylor 

I William, minstrel, Opera House 

Ai-mager Charles W., policeman, res 812 

Stockton 
Armagh Lizzie Miss, visiting the poor, res 

522 Stockton 
Ai-mann Edward, (Gallagher & A.) res 72 

Everett 
Armatige George F., sailmaker with Harding 

& Brann, res 414 Union 
Armbruster Adolph, clerk, res 6 Juniper 

D. cai-penter, res 11 Hickory 

Julius, engraver, Cal Jewehy Co. 

Wilhelm, watchmaker with H. 

Traube, res Broadway bet Kearny 
and Montgomery 
Armer George, cook, Lick House 

Herman, salesman -with Kullman & 

Armer, res 1230 Bush 

Max,(Kullm9n & A.) res 631 O'FaiT'U 

Thomas, cook, 520 California 

Armes & Dallam, (C. W. Armes, G. W. Ar- 
mes and K. B. Dallam) importers 
wood and willow ware, anct mnfrs 
brooms, 215-217 Sac, mnfs tubs 
and pails, 22-24 California 

C. William, (Armes «fe Dallam), res 

Oakland 

George W., (Armes & Dallam), res 

Oakland 
Armington A. E., tailor with G. B. Davis, res 
1017 Clay 

Edward E., tailor, 1017 Clay 

E. J., printer, 1017 Clay 

George H., salesman with Otto & Co., 

res cor Fourth and Minna 

Patrick, Avatchman, Grand Hotel 

Armitage Joseph, painter, res 202 Sixth 
Ai-mon Edward, barber, res 72 Everett 
Armonant <fc Dee, (Carl Armonant and 
John P. Dee) restaurant, 637 
Mission 



Armonant Carl, (Armonant & Dee) res 

637 Mission 
Armonino P., market gardener, 75 Colombo 

Market 
Armory Hall, 134 Fourth 
Armory Hall Building, 502 Montgomery 
Armour Henry, machinist, res 231 Second 
Arms Moses, policeman, res SE cor Mont- 
gomery av and Green 
Armstrom J. G., cooper, res 409 Sutter 

Eudolph, Scandinavian Society, 71 

New Montgomery 
Armstrong Bros., (William J. and George 
E.) coal and wood dealers, 915 
Post 

Catherine Mrs., upholsterer Mith Cal 

Fm-niture Mnfg Co., res 522 O'- 
Farrell' 

Chris., painter, res W s Laguna bet 

Post and Sutter 

Christopher, clerk with M. Connell, 

res 1018 Folsom 
Daniel, clerk, 317 California, res 13 

Grand av 
David, commission merchant, res 

rear 522 'Fan-ell 
Dennis, salesman with L. Schwartz, 

res 609% Minna 

Edward J., collector, res 2313 Howard 

Ed. J. M., clerk with B. S. Brooks, 

res 424 Sansome 
Frank T., porter with Meeker^ James 

& Co., res rear 522 O'FaiTell 

George, boot tiu-ner with Biicking- 

ham & Hecht 

George E., (Armstrong Bros.) res 

915 Post 

Henry, house jsainter with Peterson 

& Nelson, 420 Stevenson 

James, actor, res 922 Montgomery 

Armstrong James, (Marks & A.) and 
tinsmith, 240 Sixth 

James, gardener, res E s Harrison bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenth-fifth 

James shoemaker, res 415 Powell 

James P., bartencler, res 655 Third 

Jennjr, di'essmaker, res 527 Mission 

John, bootmaker, 943 Folsom 

John, engineer, res 417 Tehama 

John, engineer, res 1023 Hyde 

J., widow, res S s Henrietta W 

s Bernal Heights 
John G., cooper with B. F. Strom- 
berg, res 409 Sutter 

John H., lather, res 460 Sixth 

John K., saloon, 655 Third 

— J. L., stockbroker, office 422 Mont- 
gomery, res 440 Hayes 

Joseph, carpenter Palace Hotel 

Joseph, bricklayer, res 816 Sansome 

Martin, laborer, i-es 22 Harriet 

Mary Mrs., resEisisc'l Church Home 

Matilda, dressmaker, 1417 Dupont 

Eudolph, cooper, 72 Oregon, res 

1417 Dupont 



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Armstrong Samuel C, salesman with George [ 

W. Miller, res 564 Bryant [ 

• Samnel P., teamster, res 31 Lafayette | 

Truman B., tinsmith with Brittan, 

Holbrook & Co., res 33 John 
Wallace W., res SW cor Eighteenth ; 

and Guerrero 
William, compositor Chronicle office, 

res 219 Minna 
■ William, gi-ainer, 646 Howard, res 

SW cor Capp and Eighteenth 

William G., printer, res 1032 Mission 

Armstroug William H., clerk ^ith 

U. S. Medical Director, res 942 

Howard 
I William J. (Armstrong Bros.) res 

915 Post 
i , plasterer, res 216 Minna 



j Arnaud Albert, barkeeper with Mme 



Sa- 



jous, res 12 Willow 

Paul, upholsterer, 431 Sutter 

P. Mrs., French dressmaker. 431 

Sutter 
Piene, boxmaker with L. Kacouil- 

lat & Co., res Willow nr Valencia 
Ai-nberger Frank, musician, res 1305 

Montgomery 
Arndt A., upholsterer S. P. R. R. Co. 

E., upholsterer S. P. R. R. Co. 

WilUam, laborer California Sugar 

Refinerj-, res cor Eighth and 

Bryant 

Arnell — , house carpenter, res 743 Howard 
Ameson Soren, packer with Ed. C. Slorah, 

res 916 Filbert 
Amest John, photogi-apher -n-ith Bradley & 

Rulofson, res 725 California 
Arnett Isaac S., stevedore C. P. R. R., res 

346 Riteh 
Amheim Abe, clerk with Isaacs & Gross, res 

323 Pacific 
Herman, clerk -SNith S. S. Arnheim, 

res 8 Steuart 
Arnheim Julius S., di-uggist, 1250 

Mission 
Arnheim Samuel, clothing and gents' 

furnishing goods, 323 Pacific 
S. Gustave, jeweler, res 8 Steuart 
Samuel S., cigars and stationery, res 

8 Steuart 
William S., jeveler, res 8 Steuart 
Arnold Ajues, teamster -with Starbird & 

Goldstone, res E s Fair Oaks nr 

Twenty-third 
Augustus D., sawyer Enterprise mill, 

res 511 Howard 
Austin, bookkeeper Marcus C. Haw- 
ley & Co., res 429 Geaiy 
A. Mrs., milliner, res 1400 Polk 
Arnold Benjamin E., wholesale 

butcher, SW cor Fifth av and M, 

res 2217 Howard 
Charles, laborer, res 314 Folsom 
David E, clerk C. P. R. R. freight 

depot, res 44% Sixth 



Arnold Ekkidge F., books and stationery, 

427 Kearny, res 822 Filbert 
Arnold Frank W., cooper, 708 Front, 

res 519 eta via 
Frederick, pressman with H. S. 

Crocker & Co., res 1314 Kearny 

F. A., clerk, res 712 Hyde 

— F. D., res S s Twentieth nr Guerrero 

F. K., res 720 Geary 

George, butcher, W s Mission nr 

Thirtieth 
George C, teacher Urban Academy, 

res 701 Geaiy 

George H., clerk Occidental Hotel 

John F., conductor Clay-street R. R. 

Co., res 1503 Leavenworth 
Joseph, wood and coal, 326 Third, 

res 247 Clementina 

Louis, res 742 Vallejo 

MarciisP., letter carrier S. F. P. O., 

res 1503 Leavenworth 
Mathew, machinist Union Iron Works 

res 82 Natoma 
Arnold N. S. «& Co., (X. S. Arnold) 

hardware commission merchants, 

312 Cahfornia 
Arnold N. S., (N. S. Ai-nold & Co.) res 

918 Capp 
Oscar, National emjDlovment office, 

608 Market, res 9 Post 
Otto, messenger London and San 

Francisco Bank, res 309 Powell 

Otto Mrs., lodgings, 309 Powell 

Richard, stone mason, i-es 18 Minna 

Rufus, teamster, res E s Shotwell, nr 

Twentieth 

Thomas, tinner with M. C. Brydges, 

res 18 Minna 
Thomas C, salesman with Hecht 

Bros., res 12 Ellis 
T. J., engineer Board State Harbor 

Com'rs, office 440 Jackson 
Uriah K., bookkeeper with Greene- 

baum Bros. 
Arnot Nathaniel D., manager Vulcan Iron 

Works, res 1514 Pine 
Nathaniel D. jr., proprietor ViUcan 

Iron Works, res 1415 Pine 
Arnott Charles, carj^enter, res 529 Valencia 
Thomas, bakery and confectionery, 

411 Sixth 
Arnson John, shipwright, res 331 Brannan 
Arnstein Eugene, (Stein, Simon & Co.) res 

332 Eddy 
Ludwig, bookkeeper \\-ith Stein, Si- 
mon & Co., res 332 Eddy 
Aron Hemy, clerk with Davis Bros., res 327 

Montgomery 

Moses, waiter N. Y. Bakery 

Ai-onsohn Siegmuud, agent, res 3 Monroe 
Aronson G. «fc Co., (George Aronson,) 

pawnbrokers, 110 Kearny 
Aronson George, (G. Aronson & Co.) 

res 307 Eddy 
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Aronson S., clerk witli Shirek & Co., res 932 
Broadway 

Aronstein Adolf, physician, office 29 
Kearny, res 520 Jones 

Arper Albert D., millman California miU, res 
559 Bryant 

Thomas, miUwiight with F. Korbel & 

Bros., res 559 Bryant 

Arrambicle John B., cattle dealer, res 759 
Harrison 

Arratt And'w, waiter 6 Miss'n, res 1007 Union 

Arrent "VV., sugar refiner Cal. Sugar Keiine- 
ry, res 498 Eighth 

Arret Hans H., Scan, soc, 71 New Mont 

Arriana Ignatio, barber, res 13 Pollard place 

Arrington Maria L. Mrs., res 643 Eolsom 

Nicholas T., bookkeeper with Newton 

Bros., res 1309 Mason 

William B., clerk P. M. S. S. Co., 

res 643 Folsom 

Arrowsmith David P., office 426 Montgom- 
ery, res 828 California 

Henry, clerk with Ammon, Caspari 

& Co., res Oakland 

Art Association, 313 Pine 

Arthur Charles, harnessmaker -nith Carsdlle 
Manfg Co., res 330 Brannan 

Edwin M., paying teller WeUs, Fargo 

& Co., res Oakland 

Eva, widow, res 330 Brannan 

George F., barber 510 Davis, res 16 

Sixth 

Arthur George ST., (J. D. Arthur & 
Son), res Oakland 

Arthur John D., (J. D. Arthur & Son) 
res Oakland 

Arthur J. D. «fe Son, (J. D. Arthur and 
G. N. Arthur) importers of Jack- 
son, Michigan and Ohio trade 
wagons, SW cor Cal. and Davis 

Stephen, (W. J. Pilcher & Co.) res 

662 Harrison 

Wm. S,, bakery and conf 'y, 259 Third 

Artigues E. & Co., (E., Louis and John Ar- 

tigues) butchers, 14 S. F. Mai-ket 
E., (E. Artigues & Co.), res Fifth av 

South S. F. 
— John, (E. Artigues & Co.) res Fifth 

av South S. F. 
Louis, (E. Artigues & Co.), res Fifth 

av South S. F. 
Asal Adolph, caneworker, 3 Noble place 
Asch Benjamin, barber with A. F. Eegner, 

res 415 Clementina 

Simon, salesman with Henry Menin- 

ger, res 415 Clementina 

William, capmkr, res 415 Cementina 

Ascheck Heni-y, marble-worker with J. & F. 

Kesseler, res Golden Gate Hotel 
Aschen Ernest, clerk with H. Nolte, res 23 
=v»v Stockton place 

Aschersohn Emil, bookpr, res 432 Clementina 
Aschkinot August, cabinet-maker with Pacific 

U. W. F. Mnfg Co., res United 

States Hotel 



Aschman William, clerk with Jacob Joost 

NW cor Stockton and Francisco 
Ascot John, seaman, res Oregon House 
Ascroft Hem-y, watchman, res 110 Geary 

Henry Mrs., millinery, 110 Geary 

Ash Benjamin, barber with F. A. Eegner 

1132 Market 
Ash Brothers, (Leo and Jacob Ash) im 

porters and jobbers clothing anc 

fiirnishing goods, 13-15 Battery 

Edward, porter, res 555 Natoma 

Herman, salesman with Ash Bros. 

res 700 Ellis 
Ash Jacob, (Ash Bros.,) res New York 
Ash L,eo, (Ash Bros.) res 700 Ellis 

Loyal widow, res 540 Second 

Peter, laborer, res 551 Minna 

Eobert, atty-at-law, NE cor Montgom^ 

ery and Sac, res 1010 Mission 
Thomas P., shorthand reporter, ret 

936 Howard 
Ashborne 0. C, bookkeeper U. S. Sub Treas- 
ury, res 1524 Clay 
Asburner William, mining engineer 24( 

Montgomerj% res 1014 Pine 
Ashbury JVIonroe, Auditor city ancB 

county, office City HaU, res 20' 

Montgomery 
Ashby Mark T., real estate, 402 Front, res 

514 Greenwich 
Ashcom James E., deputy county clerk, rei 

1104 Market 
Ashcroft William, Captain U. S. stmr Mc 

Pherson, res 1208 Jackson 
Ashe Gregory, porter Oriental Wine House 

Matthew, brkpr Oriental Wine Houst 

Asher A. B., policeman, res 603 Bush 
A. F., clothing 408 Fourth 

C. L., compositor Chronicle, res 4A 

Third ' 
Edward, waiter with Joe. Jiusti, 

555 Minna 

Henry, merchant, res 212 Sutter 

Simon, mnfr oil clothing, 325 Davis, 

res 225 Clay 
Asherson Emil, clerk Hebrew Observer, res 

432 Clementina 
Ashbey Delos E., messenger Naval office 

Custom House, res 712 Bush 
Mary Mrs., res 117 Natoma 



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Ashman Charles, machinist, res 54 First 
Eichard F., engineer, res NIV coi 

Siei-ra and Indiana 
• William, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 

William, stevedore with G. Whitney 

Ashmead & Kellum (Gustavus S. Ashmead 

and Charles D. Kellum) car- 
penters, 5 Beale 
Gustavus S. (Ashmead & Kellum) 

res SE cor Mariposa and Columbia 
Ashmore William, storekeeper. Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Ashton Charles. (Beveridge & A.) res 

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Ashton Charles S., broker, res 10 Lilly 

■ Francis, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Lydia Mrs, res 102 Shotwell 

' William C, salesman with Renton, 

Smith & Co., res 408 Bryant 
Ashworth Thomas, stockdealer, res 806 Mc- 
Allister 
Askham Charles, laborer, res 310 Eitch 
Asmus John, farmer, res Mission road nr 
old Ocean House road 

John, porter with Grosh & Euther- 

ford, res 724 O'Farrell 
Asmnssen "William A., gi-oceries, NW cor 
Eighth and Bryant and NE cor 
Eighth and Han-ison 
Aspe John, seaman, res 5 Jackson 
Aspel William, caulker, res 315 Fremont 
Asphalt Pa\-ingCo., 63 Merchants' Exchange 
Asphaltum and Mastic Roofing 
Company, (George Duncan & 
Co.) 652 Market 
Assclin B., traveling agt, res 31 Glen Park av 
Assalino Nicholas, tailor with Wright & 
HaiTuon, res Twenty-sixth near 
Harrison 
Assein August, brickmaker, res SW cor 

Sanchez and Twenty-third 
Asselin John, carjjenter California Mills, res 
563 Mission 

Susan, widow res W s Hampshire bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Assessor City and County, City Hall 
Assion Henry, tailor, res 734 Vallejo, rear 
Joseph, merchant tailor, 205 Mont- 
gomery, res Broadway bet Powell 
and Stockton 
Assistant Superintendent U. S. Mail Service, 

606 Montgomery 
Assmann & Xeubert, (Adolph Ass- 
mann and E. Neubert), eggs and 
butter, 10 California Market 
Assmann Adolpli, (Assmann & Neu- 
bert) 10 Calfiornia Market, res 
Hampshire bet El Dorado and 
Alameda 

Otto, clerk with Assmann <fe New- 

bert) res Hampshire bet El Dor- 
ado and Alameda 
AssoUno Salvatore, cook 515 Merchant 
Asten F. O., costumer, 650 Sacramento 
Aston James, plumber, residence 461 Jessie 

Sarah E. Mrs, res 461 Jessie 

Astor Block 631 Sacramento 

Astredo Anthony, retail liquors, 635 

Washington, res 914 Vallejo 
Asylum and school for Chinese women, 

Laiara S. Templeton teacher, 916 

Washington 
Atchinson B. 91. «& Co., (B. M. Atch- 

inson and E. L. Cutten) produce 

and dairy dealers, 16-17 and 28-30 

Centre Market 
Atchinsou B. M., (B. M. Atchinson & 

Co.) res cor East 12th and 14th 

av. East Oakland 



Atchison Thomas, res 111 Taylor 
Athearn & Co., (C. G. and J. H. Athearn) 
groceries and ship stores, 8 Clay 

Charles G. (Athearn & Co.) res 913 

McAllister 

Charles M., milkman, res 1313 Larkin 

Joseph H., (Athearn & Co.) res 17 

Second av 

William, clerk foi-warding dept W. 

F. & Co., res 1707 Leavenworth 
Athelene Salvatori, cook, res S s Twenty- 
seventh nr Hamson 
Atherton Edward, architect, res 16 Camp 
Faxon D., capitalist, office 705 San- 
some, res Fair Oaks, San Mateo Co 
John W., laborer S. F. Manufactur- 
ing Co., res 28 Minna 
Athey James, carpenter, res 37 Minna 

James, shipwright, res 931 Folsom 

John, cai-penter, res 522 Folsom 

Athy Andrew, labr, res Montgomery's Hotel 
Atkins Alanson B., clerk with H. B. Atkins, 
res SE cor O'Farrell and Jones 

David, dummyman, Clay-st HillR.E. 

Ebenezer, salesman with F. B. Tay- 
lor & Co., res W s Clay nx Dupont 

Heni-y B., gi'oceries and liqiiors and 

real estate agent, SE cor O'Far- 
rell and Jones 

Joseph, pipefitter with P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 111 Silver 

L., laborer. Palace Hotel 

Eobert, res 318 Davis 



Atkins Robert C, (Orr & Atkins), res 

608 Geary 
William G. compositor with Bacon 

&Co. 
Atkinson A., laborer. Palace Hotel 
C. Elwood, millman Mechanics' Mill, 

res E s Twenty-foiu-th nr Mission 

Fi-ancis, foundryman, res 221 Linden 

George, carpenter with William Kerr, 

res 535% Minna 
George F., turner with W. B. Brad- 

hmry, res 520 Folsom 
Henrj',boxmaker Union Box Factory, 

res 535% Minna 
Atkinson J. B., (L. Atkinson & Co.), 

res Philadelphia, Penn 
Atkinson James, importer and dealer 

in wines and liquors, 538 Mar- 
ket, res 41 Tehama 

Joseph H., res 1032 Broadway 

Atkinson L.. & Co., (L. Atkinson and 

J. B. Atkinson) wholesale dealers 

in shirts and collai-s, 22 Sansome 
Atkinson I^., (L. Atkinson & Co.) 22 

Sansome 
Atkinson :^athan, real estate, 507 

Mont, res Gough nr Tyler 

Rose H., 's^-idow, res 365 Minna 

E. W., servant 819 Kearny 

■ Thomas, real estate agent, res Green's 

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Atkinson Thomas E., bookkeeper, with L. F. 
Baker & Son, res Twenty-foiu-th 
bet Mission and Valencia 

Thomas T., bookkeeper -with Lyon & 

Co., res 112 Hyde 

Wm., sailmaker with J. S. Blakiston 



Atlantic and Pacific Consolidated G. M. Co., 
(Eldorado, Cal) A. Noel, secy, 
419 California 

Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph 
Co., F. L. Vandenburg, general 
superintendent, 507 California. 
Branch offices : Grand Hotel, 
Lick House, CosmopoKtan, SE 
cor Front and Sacramento, cor 
Fourth and Townsend, P. M. S. 
S. Co's wharf, San Jose depot 
and Oakland Ferry wharf 

Atlantic Giant Powder Co. of New York, H. 
Pichoii-, sec, 603 Washington 

Atlantic Straw Works, Forrest & Simmons, 
proprs, 132 Foui-th 

Atlas Fire Insurance Co. of 
H a r t fo r d , Farnsworth & 
Clark, agents, 426 California 

Attebery J. M., carpenter, res 928 Mission 

J. P., carpenter, res 928 Mission 

Atterbiu-y Alexander, bookkeeper with J. N. 
McCiine, res 304 Seventeenth 

Attinger Frederick, tailor, 24 Dupont 

Gottlieb, bootmaker with F. MuUer, 

res 31 Morton 

Attridge Arthur, shoemaker with Einstein 
Bros. & Co., res SW cor Noe and 
Fifteenth 

Edward, porter with Lyman, Raf- 

ferty & Co., res 1052 Filbert 

James, porter with J. F. Haycock, 

res 410 Broadway 

Thomas, porter Cowell's warehouse, 

res 1307 Broadway 

Attwood Melville, consulting mining 
engineer, res 722 Bush 

Atwater John H., clerk, res 420 Tehama 

Atwell Edward, butcher -with Mowatt & Co., 
res 944 Howard 

Atwill & Co., (Joseph F. Atwill) mining 
agency, 240 Montgomery 

Joseph F., (Atwill & Co.) res Oakland 

Atwood «fe Bodwell, (E. A. Atwood 
and H. H. Bodwell) Excelsior 
windmill, horsepower and pump 
works, 211-213 Mission [see adv. 
pages 2a and 3a] 

C. L. Mrs., teacher girls' high school, 

res 1511 Clay 

Atwood Epliraim A., (Atwood & Bod- 
well), res 1511 Clay 

Atwood George A., groceries and 
liquors, SW cor Folsom and 
Twenty-second, res 811 Shotwell 

George E., (Nichols & Atwood) res 

29 Drumm 

William T., bookkeeper with Porter, 

Blum & Slessinger, res 532 Geary 



Atwood — , laborer Miners' Foundry, res 636 

Commercial 
Aubert Albert, pork butcher, 55 Center and 

10 San Francisco markets, res 3 

Graham place 
FeUx, cook L. Lantheanme restau- 
rant, res 356 Pacific 

J. M., physician, 506 Kearny 

Paul Louis, jeweler California Jew- 
elry Co., res 1314 O'Farrell 
Aubonnet August, furnished rooms, 109 

Dupont 
Aubrev A. 0., carpenter S. P. E. R. Co. 
Charles A., tinsmith viith G. & W. 

Snook, res 451% Tehama 
Oliver F., carpenter, res E s Chatta- 
nooga bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-thii-d 
Aubui-y Emily Mrs, clerk Surveyor General's 

office, res 415 Post 
Aude Joseph F., compositor with Kane & 

Cook, res 100 McAllister 
Aiidemard Catherine Mrs., French laundry, 

314 Sutter 

Emanuel, cooper, res 314 Sutter 

Audiffred Hypolite, wood dealer, SW 

cor Mission and East, res 224 

Austin 
Auditor City and Countj% City Hall 
Auerbach Charles M., bookkeeper with Levi 

Strauss & Co, res 711 O'FaiTell 
Auerbach Julius J., physician, 13 

Third 
Louis, cigars and tobacco, 309 East, 

res Euss House 

Louis, clerk, res Overland House 

Louis, 340 Tiu-k 

Auge Louis, bricklayer, res nr Industrial Schl 
Auger B. E. «fc Co., (B. E. Auger) 

importers and commission mer- 
chants, 409 Battery 
Auger B. Eugene, (B. E. Auger & Co.) 

res 826 Howard 

Florentine, modiste, res 1416 Powell 

Jean, bakery, 911 Pacific 

Lambert, optician with J. C. Sack, 

res 64 Natoma 
Augsburger Frank, carpenter, 909 Kearny 
Augsburg Frederick, (Fawcett & A.) res 63 

Minna 
AugTir L. S., spring bed maker with A. T 

Sherwood, 1216 Market 
August Albert, waiter with G. Moyes, res 

223 Jessie 
Robert, laundryman, W s Dolores 

bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Samuel, laborer Pacific EoUing Mills 



Auguste Josephina, dressmaker, 634 Vallejo 
Augustine Moms, bookkeeper with Eosen- 

baum & Friedmann, res 23 

K earn J" 
Augustiny Johannes, butcher, res SE cor 

Tm-k and Polk 
Augustus F., varnisher with Kragen & Co, 

res 549 Mission 



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Augustus Joseph, ijaiuter, res 703 Davis 
Aulbach Adam, compositor Post, res 26% 

Kearny 
Auld James, salesman -n-ith David Porter, 

res 1331 Pacific 

Joseph, printer, res 100 McAllister 

Ault H., brakeman S. P. E. E. Co. 

Joseph, stableman North Beach, res 

197 Stevenson 
M. M. Mrs., adjuster coiners' dept 

U. S. Mint, res 329 O'Farrell 
Matthias 0., res 51 Third 



Aungst Heni-y, porter Eagle warehouses, res 
Davis bet California and Pine 

Am-adou & Tortell, (A. L. Auradou and "Wil- 
liam Tortell) poultry and game, 
507 Merchant 

A. L. (Auradou & Tortell) res 528 

Merchant 

Aurick Charles, seaman, res 415 East 

Aurignac Marcelin, flower pedler, res 37 
Hinckley 

Aurouze Marius, hairdresser, res 1114 
Stockton 

Ausman Otto, varnisher with J. A. Shaber 
& Co., res Potrero 

Austerich Jacob, cook M-ith J. Y. Wilson & 
Co., res cor Buchanan and Bay 

Austev Charles T., clerk Balfour, Guthrie & 
Co., res 228 Shotwell 

Austin Alexander, Tax Collector city 
and county, oflice 1 City Hall, res 
Lick House 

Alfred, bricklayer. Palace Hotel 

Arthur-, clerk with Linforth, Kellogg 

& Co., res 516 Folsom 

Austin B. C, tin can and box manuf '17, 
520-522 Washington, res West 
Oakland 

David S., captain P. M. S. S. Co. 

Austin Henry, Dentist, office and res 
634 Washington 

Isaac, assist engin'r P. M. S. S. Co. 

Austin John, (Maison & A.) res 1805 
Mason 

Joseph, S. F. Port-Warden, office 525 

Front, res Lick House 

Marcus E., agent patent mndow ciu-- 

tains, 639 Kearny, res 276 Four- 
teenth 

— Minnie F. Miss, principal Clarke In- 
stitute, res 228 Capp 

Sampson, packer mth O. Lawton & 

Co., res 223 Clara 

Thomas A., machinist with J. Loch- 
head, res 966 Folsom 

Auston Joseph B., salesman with O. Lawton 
& Co., res 2524 Clay 

Austrian Benevolent Soc, 71 New Montg'y 

Autey Joseph G., dishwasher vnth J. Giusti 
res Eaih'oad House 

Auxilley Samuel, 2d steward P. M. S. S. Co. 

Avacini Sebastiano, vegetable pedler, res 
533 Yallejo 

Avalous Manuella, widow, 833 Pacific 



Avaque Andi-eas, laborer, res 5 Gaven 
Avenue House, John Gennett prop'r, 819 

Kearny 
Averill Jackson L., bookkeeper with H. M. 

Black &; Co., res 451% Jessie 
William, ship-joiner P. M. S. S. Co., 

res 333 Beale 
Wilson, teamster, cor Sac'mento and 

Da%'is, res 5643^ Howard j 

Avery Adeline N. Madame, homceo- ' 

pathic and magnetic physician, 

office and residence, 933 Bush 

Clark, carpenter, res 1609 Clay 

Avery D. R. Jt Co., (D. E. Avery and 

Judson Avery) dealers in fruit 

and produce, stall 18-19 Center 

Market 
Avery Deane R., (Avery & Co.) res 

1911 Polk 

David W., machinist, res 212 Post 

E. H. (widow) res NW cor Iowa and 

Solano 
Francis, president Pacific Borax Co., 

210 Battery, res 422 Second 
George H., master mariner, res 439 

Minna 

Jasper W., carpenter, res 1609 Clay 

Avery Judson, (Avery & Co,) res 1911 

Polk 

Mary, widow, laundi-ess, res 25 Jessie 

Eoss, carpenter, res N s Thirtieth, nr 

Mission 
Sarah E. Miss, teacher Rincon gram- 
mar sch, res cor Iowa and Solano 
AAolla Mariano, storekeeper, res 1015 Pacific 
Serino C, waiter, 415 Drumm 



Avisseau Louis, carpenter, res NIV cor Mont- 
gomery av and Yallejo 

Mrs., niu'se, res rear 1315 Stockton 

Avon John, shi^jwright, res 13 Tehama 

Avy Eugene, wool-grower, 310 Lombard 

Axel WiUiam, manuf 'r ginger beer, NW cor 
Fi-ancisco and Midway 

Axford William, moulder with Eeese Llewel- 
lyn, res 11 Sherwood pi 

Axt Louis, shoemaker, res 936 Howard 

Axthelm Herman, wagonmaker with J. W. 
Farren, res 569 Stevenson 

Axtman Herman, cabinetmaker with Califor- 
nia Furnitiire Man'fg Co., res 232 
Minna 

Leopold, bakery, 502 Hayes 

Ayer Joseph Y., contractor and builder, res 
2408 Folsom 

Milo J., shipwright's assn 71 New 

Montgomery 

Ayer Washington, physician, office 410 
Kearnv, res 428 Post 

Ayers A Keith, (D. M. Ayers and W. 
H. Keith) clothing and gents' fur- 
nishing goods, 303 Kearny 

A. B., carpenter, Market-st R. R. 

Ayers David M., (Ayers & Keith) res 
E s Fillmore, bet Post and Sutter 

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Ayers Grosvenor P., bookkpr with Osgood 

& Stetson, res 524 Geary 
Henry, (Campbell & A.) res Amer- 
ican Exchange Hotel 

Henry L., tinsmith, res 1027 Market 

Humphrey, carriagesmith with A. 

Folsom, res 920 Dolores 

James, laborer, res 257 Minna 

James, laborer with J. Springer 

John C., policeman, res 28 Clara 

John C. Mrs., widow, res Es Caro- 
lina, bet S'ta Clara and Mariposa 

• Robert, machinist Globe Iron Works 

res Potrero 

William, caulker, res Twelfth av nr 

P. South S. F. 

William H., carpenter, res S s Santa 

Clara, nr Carolina 
see Ayres — Eayrs 



Aylward John, machinist Miners' Foundry, 

res 37 Minna 
Michael, machinist Miners' Foundry, 

res 37 Minna 
Aymard F., wigmaker with A. Dissat, 266 

Stevenson 
Ayres Annie Miss, res 615 Taylor 
Ayres, Cope «& Co., (Geo. 0. Davis, 

John G. Ayres and Geo. W. Cope) 

stockbrokers, 503 California 

Emma, widow, res 615 Taylor 

Henry, tinsmith with Brittan, Hol- 

brook & Co., res 1027 Market 
Ira jr., bookkeeper with G. F. Bragg 

& Co., res Oakland 
Ayres John G., (Ayres, Cope & Co.) 

res 431 Geary 
: Joshua Irving, mining broker, res 

555% Minna 
Mary Mrs., teacher music and sing- 
ing, res 1303 Broadway 
res 702 Mason 



Azevedo J., physician, res Virginia blk 
Azpiroz 9Ianuel, consul for Mexico and 

Mexican lawyer, 109 California, 

res 43 South Park 



Baagoe Christian, restaurant 703 Battery, 

res 323 Broadway 
Baas Charles, saloonkeeper, res 156 Shipley 
Charles, seaman, res 39 Pacific 



Baaser Ferdinand, distiller, res Thirteenth 
av nr P South S. F. 

Baba Alick, sugar refiner Cal. Sugar Eefin- 
ery, res 414% Shipley 

Babb Charles, reporter Chronicle, res 204 
Montgomery 

Babbitt John H., clerk with Sroufe, Sweeny 
& Co., res 1422% Washington 

Babcock «fe Gould, (George Babcock 
and Henry Gould) grain dealers 
and com merchants, props Oak- 
land City Mills, 114 Sacramento 

A. Mrs., lodgings, 417 Kearney 



Babcock B. E., res 1134 McAllister 
Babcock George, (Babcock & Gould) 

res 9 Second av bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth 
John, clerk Custom House, res 224 

O'Farrell 
William, clerk with Parrott & Co., 

res 11 Essex 
Babcock William F., (Parrott & Co.) 

res 11 Essex 
Babcox Jefferson T., coiner U. S. Mint, res 

926 Market 
J. S., asst weigher coiners' Dept U. 

S. Mint, res 14 Eddy 
Baber Andrew J., insurance agt, res 215 

Green 
Babson Edward, jr., (C. L. Taylor & Co.) 

res Boston 
Babylon George, boilermaker with McAfee, 

Spiers & Co., res 159 Clara 
Baca P. & Co., (P. Baca, Andreas Calderon 

and F. A. McDougall) wholesale 

butchers. Fifth av nr Railroad av 

South S. F., office 535 Clay 

Paul, (P. Bacca & Co.) res 8 Russ 

Baccala Louis (Bocken & B) res 745 Clay 
Thomas, cook with A. Rodovich, res 

258 Steuart 
Bacci Stephen, marblecutter with J. & F. 

Kesseler, res 1805 Mason 
Baccus «fc Rosenburg, (Richard Bac- 

cus and Louis Rosenburg) butch- 
ers, SW cor O'Farrell and Mason 
Baccus George, porter with B. Nathan & 

Co;, res 1018 Powell 
Baccus Richard, (Backus & Rosen- 
burg) res 16 William 

see Backhaus, Backus 

Bach Charles, bookkee^Der with F. Scherr, 

res 18 Langton 
Frederick W., bookkeeper with Kline 

& Co., res 735 Green 
Isaac, driver with L. May, res cor 

Sixteenth and Valencia 
— John, manager United Anaheim Wine 

Growers assn, res 508 Taylor 
Bachelder Frank J., clerk American Clock 

Co., res 1111 Pacific 
J. R., carpenter, 212 Liedesdorf, res 

613 Grove 
JohnW., asst weigher Custom House, 

res 1106 Kearny 
Bachelder Thomas F., atty-at-law, 

office 607 Kearney, res Sufiol 

Valley 

see Batchelor 

Bachentien Johanna, widow, res NW cor 

Brannan and Clinton 
Bachert August, salesman with B. Nathan & 

Co., res 331 Kearny 
Bachman Bros., (Nathan S., David S., Leo- 
pold S. and Herman S. Bachman) 

imprs of dry goods, 10-12 Battery 
David S., (Bachman Bros.) res 1107 

Van Ness av 



PACIFIC SAW MAiFACTURIKG COMPANY, 



17 and 19 Fremont, near Market. 



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Baclimau Herman S., (Bachman Bros.) res 
New York 

Leopold S., (Bachman Bros.) res 317 

Powell 

Nathan S., (Bachman Bros.) res 

1109 Van Ness av 

Samuel, (Esberg & B.) res 9 Mason 

, res 502 Bush 

Bachmann Jacob, dairy, res Union bet Fil- 
bert and Van Ness av 

Bacigalupi Antonio, res rear 426 VaUejo 

Fi-ank, distUler, res Sixteenth av nr I 

Frank, gardener, res E s Baker nr 

Hayes 

G., wine manfr, E s Bannan place 

Giuseppi, wood*carver S. F. Mnfg 

Co., res 1805 Mason 

Giovani, shoe store, 1404 Dupont 

G., helper melting and ref. dept U. 

S. Mint, res 524 Filbert 

Louis, saloon, 1402 Dui^ont 

Bacigalupo Charles, bootblack 206 Bush, 
res 13 VaUejo 

Paul, bootblack 59 Mission, res 1112 

Kearny 

Paul, painter, res 13 Pollard place 

Backe A. Mrs., carpetsewer mth E. Gra- 
ham, res 183 Jessie 

Frank, upholsterer with Mountain & 

Kaye, res 5 Latham place 

Backenslas J. S. carpenter, res New Wiscon- 
sin Hotel 

Backert A. G., ci^dl engineer, res 173 Minna 

Backes William, baker NE cor Clay and 
Mason 

Backhaus Hemy F., bookbinder with A. L. 
Bancroft & Co., res 10 John 

Backrath Kobert, res S s Shasta bet Michi- 
gan and IlUnois 

Backus Charles, master mariner, res 220 
Francisco 

Oscar J., (G. H. Tay & Co.) res 

Oakland 

— Philip M., bookkeei^er, res 725 Cal 

Backus S. W. «Sk Co., (S. W. Backus) 
forwarding and com merchants 
and agts Oregon Packets, 206 
Front 

Backus Samuel W., (S. W. Backus & 
Co.) res 1520 Mason 

Theodore, mariner, res 220 Francisco 



Bacom William, hostler O. E. R. Co., res rear 

258 Clementina 
Bacon A Compauy, (Jacob Bacon and 

James E. Ager) printers, paper 

rulers and bookbinders, NW cor 

Clay and Sansome 
Bacou & i^tackpole, (J. B. Bacon and 

J. E. Stackpole) liqiior saloon 121 

Post 

B. Mme., res 5 Quincy place 

Bridget Mrs., res 1520 Washington 

Charies R., Supt. Cornell Watch Co., 

res 921 O'Farrell 
— Eugene T. S., seaman, res 504 Beale 



Bacon Gaston E., clerk with Painter & Cal- ■ 

vert, res 5 Quincy place 
George H., Asst. Supt. N. B. & M. 

K. E., res 736% Clementina ' 
George W., propr CommeMal Lodg- | 

ing House, 615 Commercial I 
Henry D., real estate 305 Sansome, i 

res Oakland ' 

— ■ Horace, Deputy U. S. Marshal 5 U. i 

S. Court bldg, res 154 Third 
H. J., clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co., 

res 1429 Howard ! 

Bacon Jacob, (Bacon & Company) res i 

225 Ellis' 
James, foreman Miner's Foundry, 

res 78 Natoma | 

Bacon John B., (Bacon & Stackpole) j 

res 740 Minna 

■ John W., painter, res 359 Minna 

Joseph S., agt Boston Board Under- 
writers, office 405 Front, res 26% 

Kearny. 
Bacon Mill & Mining Co., (Storey Co., Nev.) 

Edward May sec, 419 California 
P. B., helper melting andrefg Dept. 

U. S. Mint, res 730 Sixteenth 

S. E. Mrs., res 1429 Howard 

Truman F., sec Security Savings 

Bank, res Oakland 
Bacquie Henry, wine and liquors 1301 

Stockton, res 1303 Stockton 
Badaracco Alexander, bootblack cor Mont- 
gomery and Merchant, res cor 

Sansome and Pacific. 

Antonia, wood and coal 1516 Stockton 

Giovanni, miner, res Eoma Hotel 

Bade Henry, cabinetmaker with Gilbert & 

Moore, res 415 Brannan 
Joseph, cook vdth. Voss & Fruhling, 

res 615 Pacific 
Bader John, bakery and confec'y, 323 Third 
Badenhop Henry F., groceries, wines, 

liquors, etc., SE cor Hanisonand 

Twenty-fourth 
Badger George, barber, res Overland House 

George, res 607 Natoma 

James, expressman, res 22 Langton 

Joseph, com mercht, res 607 Natoma 

Oliver, book-canv'sr, res 255 Tehama 

Badger William «., agent for Hallet, 

Davis <Sr Co's and Geo. Woods 
& Co's pianos and organs, and 
wholesale clothing, 13 Sansome, 
res 1307 Taylor [see adv, pianos, 
page 11a] 

William K., bookkeeper with T. E. 

Lindenberger, res 1012 Pine ; 

Badgley Eugene F., jeweler, res 2728 Folsom 

Wilham, tailor with A. C. Imbrie, res 

115 Geary 
Badien Adolph, upholsterer with Cal Fumi- 
niture Mnfg Co., res 962 Folsom 
Badin Francjois, laborer Lick House 
Badlam Alexander, mining sec, office 418 
Montgomery, res 708 California 



NORCROSS k CO., ROSETTES, BADGES, STARS, TASSELS, etc. 



129 and 131 BEALE ST;, bet. MISSION and HOWARD. 



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Badt Alexander L., bookkeeper with P. Ber- 
win & Bro., res 417 Hyde 

Morris, res 307 Turk 



Baecker George, miller, res German Hotel 
Baeder Laru-ence, miner, res German Hotel 
Baehr William «fc Co., (William 
Baelir) mnfg jewelers, 649 Sac 

J. M., liqiTor saloon, 507 Commercial 

Baehr H^illiam, (William Baehr & Co.) 

res 1708 Sacramento 
Baethge Hem-y, teacher music, res 509 

Leavenworth 
Bagala Louis, oyster saloon NW cor Stock- 
ton and Post, res 6 Mason 
Bagge Theodore F., (C. James King 

of Wm. & Co.) res Oakland 
Bagley David T., mining sec, 401 California, 
res 38 Twefth 

James, bookeeper, res rear 316 Beale 

James, laborer with Eeese Llewel- 
lyn, res rear 219 Folsom 

John, laborer, res rear 316 Beale 

John W., res 729 Union 

Louis, saloon-keeper, res 6 Oak 

Patrick A., ironmoulder, res Passaic 

Hotel 

Peter, laborer, res 270 % Brannan 

P. H., conductor Portrero and Bay 

View R. E. Co. 

Townsend, atty-at-law 637 Kearny, 

res 45 Everett 

William P., plasterer, res 931 Folsom 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 
Baghn Hugh, laborer, res St. Nicholas Hotel 
Bagnasco Policarpo photo printer with C. 

E. Watkins, res 1337 Dupont 
Bagnel — , stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 
Bagnell John, school teacher, res 356 Jessie 
Bagnoli T., bartender, res Broadway bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Bagot Frederick, solicitor with D. M. 
Bishop & Co., res N s Greenwich 
bet Montgomery and Sansom 
Bahen Patrick, laborer, Palace Hotel 
Bahlman Henry, clerk Philadelphia Brewery, 

res 2231 Howard 
Bahls Joltn F. W., (Althof & Bahls) 

res Oakland 
Bahmann Adolph (Bujannoff & Bahmann) 

125 Sansome 
Bahrs Andi-ew, deputy sheriff county jail, 
res 814 Vallejo 

Dietrich, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

Herman, stableman with C. Dryer, 

res 1624 Dupont 
Bahrt H. L., shipwright, res 127 Jackson 
Baicke Henry, porter 413 Bush, res Steven- 
son bet Third and Fourth 
Bailey Ann Mrs, shoefitter 233 Jessie 

A. J., res Cosmopohtan Hotel 

Byron, carpenter 428 Seventh 

Charles A. , carpenter Enterprise Mill, 

res 9 Perry 



Bailey Edward, driver Sutter-st E. R. 

E. C, hackman, res Overland House 

E. FrankUn, "wdth 0. Layton & Co., 

res 54 First 

Frank, carpenter, res 428 Seventh 

Frank, seaman, res Oregon House 

Frank F., printer with Bradlej" & 

Rulofson, res 1005 Mission 
Frederick P., millmau, res 110 Fourth 

Henry, cooper, res 1013 Howard 

Henry, hairspinner, res E s Missouri 

m- Santa Clara 
Isaac L., carriagemaker, res 911 Har- 
rison 
J. H., crockery, stationery, etc, 1513 

Stockton, res 830 Union 
James, laborer Risdon Iron Works, 

res 128 First 
James D., genl agt Union Insurance 

Co., res 227 Geary 

John, painter, res rear 522 Turk 

L. F., machinist, res 365 Minna 

Lewis H., proptr Portsmouth House, 

Nl\^ cor Brenham pi and Clay 
Lewds Hamilton, jr., machinist Globe 

Iron works, res 365 Minna 
Nathan J., butcher with G. D. 

Hodges, res 1109 Jones 

Orrin, upholsterer, res 1423 Kearny 

Patrick, barrel dk, res 719 Brannan 

Patrick J., waiter. Cosmopolitan Ho- 
tel, res 607 Linden 

. — PauUne Mrs., physician 163 Tehama 

Bailey Richard, (Root & B.) res Oak- 
land 

Sarah, widow, res rear 522jTurk 

Susan Miss, glovemaker, res 428 

Seventh 
S. M. Mrs., furnished rooms 757 

Howard 
Bailey Thomas & Co., (Thomas 

Bailey) Pacific Wool Depot SE 

cor King and Fifth 
Bailey Thomais, (Thomas Bailey & 

Co.) res 1539 Howard 

Thos., longshoreman, res 31 De Boom 

William, machinist with Globe Iron 

Works, res 25 De Boom 
William A., bricklayer, res Mechanics' 

Hotel 

Wilham H., painter, res 21 Valparaiso 

William I. \vith T. W. McCoUam & 

Co., res Oakland 
, -nidow, res W s side Mississippi 

nr Santa Clara 
Baillie Emilie P., widow, res 1415 Stockton 
• George B., conductor S. P. R. R., 

res 335 Geary 
Bailly Achille (Bailly Bros.) res 514 Filbert 

'■ — Arthm-, (^Bailly Bros.) res 514 Filbert 

Bros. (Arthm- and Achille B.) pork 

butchers, 71 California Market 
Baily Alexander H., carpenter, res 309 Fell 
Addison M., atty-at-law, 21 Court 

Block 636 Clay, res 623 ElUs 



c, p, m imu i cOn 



Importers CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, etc., 

Nos. 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 716 KEARNY ST. 



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Baily Alexander S., plasterer, res 54 First 

David, res 309 Fell 

E., res 427 Bush 

James, (Wright «t Baily) res Fran- 
cisco bet Taylor and Jones 

Washington I., plasterer, res 54 First 

William J., proptr Isthmus House 54 

First 

Wilson S., plasterer, res 510 Linden 

, res 213 Geary 

Bain, Alexander, stevedore, res 425 Green- 
wich 

James S., engineer Phoenix Iron 

Works, res Twenty-fifth bet Cas- 
tro and Noe 

John, blacksmith, res 31 Perry 

Bainbridge Arnop, asst property clerk police 
force, res 1322 Kearny 

Joseph, salesman with Henry Brader, 

res 112 Sansome 

Sarah H., widow, res 1038 Mission 

Baine Kate Miss, adjuster coiners' dept U. 
S. Mint, res 127 Kearny 

Baines Frank, seaman, res 134 Steiiart 

James, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Thomas F., saloon, 1022 Market 

Baird Andrew & Co.. (Andi-ew Baird 
and John B. Collins) Marine and 
Fire Insurance agents, 310 and 
316 California [see adv, page 29a] 

Baird Andrew, negotiator of loans and 
commercial jjaper, (and Andrew 
Baii-d & Co.) office 316 Califor- 
nia, res Brooklj-n 

James M., printer, res 1115 Clay 

Matthew, seaman, res rear Beale m- 

Folsom 

Samuel H., res 1115 Clay 

Baiso Antonio, res 932 Clay 

Baizley S. E., farmer, res S s Mariposa nr 
Minnesota 

Bak Henry, physician, surgeon and 
accoucheur-, 229 Kearnj', res Nii- 
cleus House 

Bake Lewis L., pedler, res Fillmore m- 
Union 

Bakeman John, seaman stmr Santa Cruz 

Baker & Hamilton, (Livingston L. 
Baker and Eobert M. Hamilton) 
hardware and agi-icultiu-al imple- 
ments, 13-19 Front 

Abijah, rancher, res 440 Second 

Albert, salesman with F. Morlock, 

res 1608 California 

Alfred, seaman stmr Constantine, res 

39 Pacific 

Albert L., operator Western Union 

Telegi-aph Co., res 1022 Larkin 

Alfred D., porter with Koiise &: 

Laws, res 1307 Stockton 

■ Alfred W., asst abstract clerk Custom 

House, res 759 Clay 

A. D. Mrs., lodgings, 1307 Stockton 

Charles, bookkeeper with Stan- Bros. 

& Campbell, res 306 Clementina 



Baker Charles, cai-penter, res 5 Jackson 

Charles, cooper, res 23 Natoma 

Charles A., waiter, U. S. Restaurant, 

res 777 Mission 
Charles E., shipping clerk with 

Loupe & Haas, res 20 Park av 

Christian, bakery, 988 Folsom 

Colin C, (Stevens, Baker & Co.) 

res Pro\idence, E. I. 
— — — Conrad, assayer, S. F. Assaj'ing and 

Eefining Works, res 527 Tehama 
- — Da^-id, bookkeeper with H. K. Cum- 

miugs & Co., res 922 Market 

David, lodgings, res 926 Market 

Edward, master mariner, res 1304 

Pacific 
Edward P. Rev., pastor Third Con- 
gregational Church, res 422 Minna 
Emma Mrs., ladies' nm-se, res 118% 

Folsom 

E. J., drayman, res 764 Hamson 

Frank, harnessmaker ^vith Main & 

Winchester, res 131 Second 
F. B., clerk ^\-ith C. P. Van Schaack 

<fe Co., res 234 Virginia 
Frederick W. jr, clerk with Baker & 

Hamilton, res 431 Second 
• George, mill hand ^vith Eisen Bros., 

12 Stevenson 

George, painter, res 48 Zoe 

George F., attorney-at-law, 3-4, 606 

Montgomery, res 725 Pine 
Baker George H., lithographer, artist 

and engi-aver, 103 Montgomery, 

res 1312 Larkin 
George L., melter S. F. Assaying and 

Refining Works, res 504 Seventh 
George W., chuopodist, res rear 611 

Gearv 

Henry Mrs., res 1209 Kearny 

Hem-y, speculator, res 27 Oak 

Grove av 
Herman, confectioner, res 8 Lafay- 
ette place 
H. B., workman, assay dept U. S. 

Mint, res Oakland 

James, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Baker John B., manager with E. E. 

Eji-e, res 1719 Sacramento 
John C, sweeper. North Point wharf, 

res 35 Pacific 

John H., carpenter, res 515 Stockton 

Joseph, (Bany & Co.) res 1207 

Mission 

Joseph, laborer Palace Hotel 

Joseph H., policeman harbor poUce, 

res 1306 Kearny 
Judah jr, (Stevens, Baker &• Co.) 

res 327 Fii-st 
J. C, mate, schr Fannie Hare,^ res 

32 Steuart 
J. G., restaurant SW cor Foiirth and 

Ben-y 
— ^^ J. G., track dept C. P. E. E., res 12 

Ellis 



QC 



R. J. TRUMBULL, 



DEALER IN 



BULBS, SEEDS, TREES, etc., 427 SANSOWE ST. 



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Baker Lewis, bookkeeper with Glass Works, 
res 124% Welch 

Louis, res 135 Natoma 

Louis, blacksmith, res G-erman Hotel 

L. B., salesman with M. D. Nile, res 

366 Green 

Baker li. F.. produce, 402 Davis, (and 
L. F. Baker & Son) res NW cor 
Fillmore and Vallejo 

Baker li. F. «fc Son, (L. F. Baker and 
L. F. Baker jr) imp and dealers 
in glazed paper, blank books, 
card boards, etc., 410-412 San- 
some 

Baker I.. F., jr., (L. F. Baker & Son) 
res NW cor Fillmore and Vallejo 

Baker L-ivingston L.., (Baker & Ham- 
ilton) res Occidental Hotel 

Mary Mrs., lodgings, 413 Tehama 

Baker Mill and Mining Co., (Plumas, Cal.) 
Fi-ank Swift, sec, 419 California 

M. M., tillerman, hook and ladder 

No. 3, res enginehouse Mar- 
ket ni- Tenth 

Morris, trunkmaker and extraman 

hook and ladder No. 1, 22 O'Far- 
rell 

Osborn F., liquor saloon 825 Mont- 

gomery, res 419 Pacific 

Oliver, night watchman International 

Hotel 
Robert B., machinist Union Iron 

Works, res 515 Minna 
Samuel, clerk with A. Andrews, res 

221 Montgomery 

Samiiel, salesman with Gibson & 

Preston, res 1422 Geary 

Samuel (Nickerson & Co.) and book- 

keeper with Stevens, Baker & 
Co., res 16 Guy pi 

Sanford C, compositor with Cuberj' 

& Co., res 17 Langton 
S. with George W. Chesley & Co., 

res 414 Front 

Tony J., stableman, res 227 Post 

T. J. Mrs, dressmaker, res 227 Post 

W., gasfltter. Palace Hotel 

William G., sash and blindmaker, 

res 413 Tehama 

W. H., seaman stmr Kalorama 

, clerk, res 1160 Folsom 

Bakker John R., (Fitter & B.) cor 

Jackson and East 
Bakker Reyer, boarding and lodging 

104 Steuart 
Bakner W., packer with S. F. Packing and 

Provision Co. 
Bakofsky Carl, laborer, Cal Sugar Eefinery, 

res 1133 Harrison 
Balanesi Francesco, hostler, 420 Pacific 

G., biitcher, 314 Montgomery av 

Balanesi Guiseppe «&Co., (Guiseppe 

Balanesi and Guiseppe Chehni) 

Kentucky Liverj' and Sale Stable 

420 Pacific 



Balanesi Guiseppe, (Balanesi & Co.) 
420 Pacific 

Balar Valentine, butcher, res Spreen's Ex- 
change 

Balcear E. J. Madam, hair restorer, 532 Bush 

Balch Alfred, res 1010 Montgomery 

Alfred, clerk U. S. Q. M. Dept. 

Balcli Horace M., repairer musical in- 
struments, piano tuner, etc., 432 
Kearnj', res 614 Taylor 

Stephen M., merchant, res 1512 Post 

Balcom Charles F., mining sec, 330 Pine, 
res 1621 Washington 

Lydia E. Mrs., seamstress Ladies' 

Protec and Relief Society, res SE 
cor Frankhn and Geary 

Baldeck Ignatz, bootmaker, 428 Broadway 

Baldridge John C, barber with W. A. Gray, 
res 914 Pacific 

Baldridge J. E., stockbroker, office 404 
Mont, res 1016 Leavenworth 

Baldridge, M., stockbroker, office 404 
Mont, res 1016 Leavenworth 

Baldwin Adela Miss, pianist, res 107 Hayes 

Albert S., physician, office and res 

218 Stockton 

Alexander E., capitalist, 111% Leid- 

esdorflf, res 1104 Post 

Alfred W., shoemaker, res 418 Minna 

Amos, butcher, res 13th av bet N and 

P South S. F. 

Charles H., (C. Adolph Low & Co.) 

208 California 

Charles M., night watchman Kimball 

Mnfg Co., res '514 Sixth 

E. F., res 107 Hayes 

Ehas J., stockdealer, 509 Caliornia, 

res 410 Geary 

E. S., grain merchant, res 630 Sutter 

George E., carrier S. F. P. 0., res 

4 Ewer pi 
Hiram S., physican, office 612 Clay, 
res 925 Geary 



James, carpenter, res 111 Geary 

James W., carpenter, public school 

dept., res 111 Austin 

Jennie, dressmaker, res 221 Mason 

Jeremiah, distiller, res E s Florida 

bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

John Mrs., dressmaker, res 314 Bush 

Josiah, res 25 Hawthorn 

L. Mrs., artist with Wm. Shew, res 

115 Kearny 

Leon McLeod, res 16 Oak 

Baldwin Lloyd, attorney, 17-18, 606 

Montgomerj', res 732 Geary 

Mary, res 309 Seventh 

N. S. Miss, head asst Union grammar 

school, res 1409 Bush 
Baldwin Orville »., (W. Warner 

Henry &. Co.) res 355 Eleventh 
Oliver T., clerk P. M. S. S. Co., res 

1411 Pacific 
Starr, variety store, 603 Davis, res 

424 Sansome 



E. P. FELLOWS & CO, 



IMPORTERS OF 



WINE and LIQUOR LABELS. 



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Baldwin Sydney F., clerk with John B. Fel- 

ton, res Oakland 
Sydney M., cai-peuter and buUder, 

1 Noble pi 
William, milhnan, res W s Valencia 

bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 

William H., shipwright, res 7 Liberty 

Bale Wilham H., carpenter, 211 Stevenson 
Bales J. C, carpenter, res i Hardie pi 
Balfe Michael J., barkeeper, Occidental bar, 

res Occidental Hotel 

Patrick, waiter, Occidental Hotel 

Baironr, Guthrie & Co., (Robert 
Balfour, Alexander Guthrie and 
Robert B. Forman) commission 
merchants, 230 California 

James, second ofl&cer stmr Newbern, 

res 3101^ Ritch 
Balfour Robert, (Balfom-, Gothrie ,S: 

Co.) 230 California 
Balge H. A., woodearver with. Luchsinger & 

Son, res 512 Foiirth 
Balk Amelia N., whipmaker with Main & 

Winchester, res Hyde bet Green 

and Vallejo 
Stephen S., jr., clerk with A. C. 

Robinson, res 1820 Hyde 
Ball A. Everett, (Sawyer & B.) atty-at-law, 

502 Montgomery, res Alameda 

Charles, bricklayer. Palace Hotel 

Charles, carpenter, W s Mission bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Charles, porter with French, Gilman 

& Co., res 712 Tehama 

Chas. S., saddler, res 515% Franklin 

Charles T., U. S. restaurant, res 

548 Clay 

George, bookkeeper, res 730 Geary 

Henry, porter with Schroder & Wes- 
ton, res N s Broadway bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Horace W., clerk with auditor M. P. 

and M Dept C. P. R. R., res 

1611 Howard 
Jacob, gardener, res N s Mariposa nr 

Mississippi 

James E.,-fiu'nished rooms, 54 Third 

Joel, dentist, res 1210 Union 

John S.,machinist, res 515% Franklin 

M. S. Mrs., res 155 New Montgomery 

N. A., driver Sutter-st R. R. 

Randolph D., shipwright, res 1415 

Bush 
Ball Robert C, architect, 49 Merchants' 

Exchange, res Oakland 

Samuel, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

William, steward with C. Brown, res 

316 Front 

Ballantine Robert, clerk vnth. W. J. T. Pal- 
mer & Co., res 519 Bush 

BaUantyne Fi-ank, stmr Constantine 

Ballard & Hall, (Duane Ballard and Isaac 
Hall) com merchants, 106 Davis 

Duane, (Ballard & HaU) res 1416 

Geary 



Ballard George, carpenter. Palace Hotel 

George, painter, res 179 Minna 

George, tin and iron plate worker, 

NE cor Third aud Jessie 

John, (W. H. Martin & Co.) 7 Spear, 

1 res 722 California 

I Joseph H., shipping clerk, res 1116 

; Stockton 

I BaUenberg Nathan, musician, res 711 Cali- 

i fornia 

! Ballenger W. G., conductor Sutter-st. R. R. 

j Ballentine Sarah, widow, res NW cor 

; Ninth and Jessie 

Bailey Edward J., clerk with Forbes Bros., 
! 308 California 
; Ballhaus Frederick, dairynian, res 2209 
I Leavenworth 
Junius, blacksmith, res 2209 Lea- 
venworth 
BaUheh 0., laborer Palace Hotel 
Ballinger J. Frank, reporter, res 1107 Mont- 
gomery 

John J., painter and paints, etc., NE 

cor Market aud Van Ness av 

Patrick R., upholsterer with John C. 

Bell, res 17 Gilbert 

Thomas R., upholsterer with John C. 

BeU, res 17 Gilbert 

William, jDrinter, res 821 Green 

Ballister Lee, master schr Marietta 
BaUou George, stevedore, res 159% Clara 
Ballow Charles, sawyer with Hobbs, Pome- 
roy & Co., res 737 Howard 

J. F., plasterer, 402 Broadway 

Oliver, laborer, res Union House 

Thomas, porter with J. W. Davidson 

& Co., res 225 Minna 
Ballshaw William H., clerk with James G. 

Foster 
Bally Frank, seaman, res Oregon House 
Baloun & Stouda, (Joseph Baloun and Mike 
Stouda) merchant tailors, 613 
Washington 

■ Joseph, (Baloun & Stouda) res 615 

Washington 
Balser Charles, butcher, res Bryant nr 

Eighth 
Balte Peter, boarding, 32 Rousch 
Baltharser Fritz, mariner, res 127 Jackson 
Balthazard Leander, (Henderson & B.) res 
NE cor Mission and Twenty- 
fourth 
Balthrop Le^vis W., carpenter, res S s 

Twenty-fourth nr Utah 
Baltic Gold and Silver Mining Co., office 
i 507 Montgomery 

Baltic House, William Fowler, proprie- 
tor, 23 Vallejo 
I Baltic liloyd, (Stettin, Havre and New 
I York) George Claussenius, agent, 

I SE cor Sacramento aud Leides- 

dorflf 
Baltimore Consolidated Silver Mining Co., 
(Storey Co., Nev.) David T. Bag- 
ley, secretary, 401 California 



iOMMEHCIAL INSURANCE CO, OF CALIFORNIA, 



Office, 228 California St. 



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Balz Valentine, biitcher with M. Selig & Co., 

res First av nr Kentucky 
Balzarini Carlo, waiter Campi's restaurant, 

res Koma Hotel 
Balzer Ferdinand, clerk with AVatermann & 

Co., res 531 Turk 
Balzer Henry «fc Co., (Henry Balzer) 
commission merchants and agts 
Hambiu-g-American Packet Co., 
Switzerland Marine Insurance 
Co. of Zurich, and Sved Fire 
Insurance Co. of Gottenberg, 
213 Sansome 
Balzer Henry, (H. Balzer & Co.) res 

531 Turk 
Balzer Henry J., mattress maker California 
Fm-nitm-e Manuf. Co., res Berry 
m- Fourth 
Baman M., -widow, res 1003 Pacific 
Bamber John, Oakland and S. F. Express, 
office ISnV cor Davis and Jackson, 
res 1012 Montgomery 

Joseph J., gTOcer, res 35 Langtou 

William, res 6 Prospect place 

Bamberger S. S., res 504 Leavenworth 
Bamfield M., laborer Palace Hotel 
Bamford Alfred, saloon, res Metcalfe place 
Banahan Alice Miss, res 113 Perry 

Benry, hostler, res 173 Clara 

Patrick, hostler with D. Kanaiy, res 

113 Perry 
Banan Bridget, widow, res 1422 Jackson 
Banason Ellen, tailoress -with J. Gutman & 

Co., res 543 Howard 
Bancroft A. li. «fc Co., (A. L. and H. 
H. Bancroft) publishers, import- 
ing booksellers and stationers, 
printers, bookbinders, lithogra- 
phers, engravers, etc., 721 Market 
Bancroft Altoert L<., (A. L. Bancroft 
& Co.) res 1611 Franklin 

Charles, res 320 O'Farrell 

C. E., clerk with A. L. Bancroft & 

Co., res 721 Market 

Eugene A., Captain Fourth Artillery, 

U. S. A., Presidio 
Bancroft Hubert H., (A. L. Bancroft 
& Co.) res SW cor California and 
Franklin 

William B., manager lithographic 

department A. L. Bancroft & Co., 
res SW cor Franklin and Cali- 
fornia 

W. H., physician, 204 Montgomery 

Bancroft's Building, 723 Market 
Band Joseph, butcher with H. Hertz, res 

cor Oak and Octavia 
Band John, (Lauriston & B.) res 

1014 Montgomery 
Bandaux Edward, molder Eisdon Iron Works 
Bandford John, seaman, res 123 Jackson 
Bandholdt Frederick, farmer, res 736 Minna 
Bandmann Julius, (Bandmann, Niel- 
sen & Co.) res 514 Lombard 



Bandmann, Nielsen «fe Co., (Julius 
Bandmann and H. Nielsen) im- 
porters and commission mer- 
chants, 210 Front 

Bandwin Oliver, waiter American Exchange 
Hotel 

Bandy J. H., porter and messenger general 
dejpt U. S. Mint, res cor Six- 
teenth and Utah 

William H., carriage painter with 

Andresen Bros., res 421 Folsom 

Bane — , student, res 113 Stockton 

Banfield E. C, attorney-at-law, 39^0 
U. S. Court bid, res Grand Hotel 

Bang Patrick, laborer S. P. B. E. Co. 

Bangolupi Giuseppe, fisherman, res 37 
Sacramento 

Bangs Edward, foreman Mission Bay ware- 
house, res 131 Dora 

H. F., clerk Home Mutual Insurance 

Co., res 30 McAlhster 

Bank of British Cohimbia, William Tilling- 
hast manager, SE cor California 
and Sansome 

Bank of British North America, A. McKin- 
lay and H. W. Glenny, agts, NE 
cor Sansome and California 

Bank of California, W. C. Ealston, 
prest., Thomas Brown, cashier, 
Stephen Franklin, sec, NW cor 
California and Sansome 

Bank of $!ian Francisco, (Tlie) N.P. 
Cole, prest., J. L. Brown, man- 
ager, H. McPherson, cashier and. 
sec, 436 California 

Bankart Hubert, ming engineer, 5% Kearny 

Banker Isaac W., patternmaker with Golden 
State Iron Works, res City Hotel 

Banks Charles W., bookkeeper with WeUs, 
Fargo tt Co., res Oakland 

David, porter P. M.. S. S. Co. 

E., waiter Brooklyn Hotel 

George, bottler with J. M. Goewey 

&Co. 

Banks George, Pacific Livery Stables, 
W s Jones bet Sutter and Post 

■ Henry D., bookkeeper, res 525 3^ 

Howard 

James, laborer, res E s Hodges pi 

James, laborer, res 318 Da\ds 

James, res 911 Washington 

John, cigars and tobacco 997 Market 

res 995 Market 

Lizzie Miss, teacher Spring VaUey 

grammer school, res 1419 Wash'g 

• Mary Mrs., lodgings 318 Davis 

E., hostler, res 134 Seventh 

Thomas C, money and bill broker 14 

Merchants Ex., res 724 California 

William, bed-comforter maker with 

F. F. DuEose, res 1419 Wash 
ington 

■ William Oscar, draughtsman, res 

1419 Washington 

Banksdn' Alex, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 



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A. L. BANCROFT & COMPANY, 

Publishers, Manufacturers, Importers and ■Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Books, Stationery, Pianos, Music, etc. 



ALSO, 



Printers, Lithographers. .Engravers and Bookbinders. 



The most complete business of its kind in the country. It is thoroughly systematized and divided 
into departments— each being in charge of a_competent Manager— as mentioned below. 

Vniolesalo JDepartinent. Headquarters located on the first floor. All business connected 
with the wholesale and jobbing trade is referred to it. The immense stock of Stationery in all its 
branches, occupying portions of three floors, is imder its management. 

Jtetail and Library Deijarttuetit. On the first floor. Whatever is for sale in this entire 
establishment can be purchased at retail in this department. The miscellaneous, scientific, medical 
and theological books are specially under its supervision. All are thoroughly classified, there being 
nearly two hundred divisions and subdivisions, embracing everj- prominent subject of reference. 

Zaw Department, On the first floor. It embraces the law books— about thirty volumes; 
and the legal blanks— over 1500— published by the firm; and a very large and complete stock of 
text-books and reports imported from the East and Great Britain. 

Educational Department. On the first floor. It includes such school books and school 
stationery as are published and manufactured by the firm, and an i m mense stock of school books 
and school apparatus imported from the East. The main stock is stored is deep alcoves extending 
along nearly one entire side of the basement. 

Sfusic Department. On the second floor. Embraces several lines of pianos, sqtiare and 
upright, and a large variety of cabinet organs and melodeons. Also, a fine stock of sheet music and 
music books. Latest music periodicals kept on file for free reference. 

Subscription Department. On the second floor. The firm has the agency for the best and 
most popular siibscriiDtion books, maps and pictures published iu the East, and has a large corps of 
sub-agents constantly in the field in every part of the Coast. Agents wanted. 

Prititing and JLithographing Department, This department occupies the entire third 
floor, and has the necessary steam presses and machinery for executing all kinds of printing, 
lithographing, engraving, initial stamping, etc. 

DlanJi EooTi Manufacturing Department, Occupies the entire fourth floor, 75 by 170; 
contains the most complete set of machinery for ruling, folding, binding and manufacturing blank 
books, to found on the Pacific Coast. The machineiy of the printing and binding departments is 
propelled by an engine and boiler located under the Stevenson Street sidewalk. 

Tuhlishing Department, Bancroft's Historical Library, on the fifth floor, is the basis of 
important scientific and descriptive works of a local natare, and maps and books of reference 
relating to the Pacific Coast, to be issued by the firm, from'time to time. 

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



Agents for A. H. Andrews <5r= Co., Manufacturers 
of the Celebrated Triumph School Furniture, 

Agents for the Celebrated Knabe Pianos. 

Agents for the N. Y, Silicate Book Slate Co, 

Agents for the Oiven Paper Co. 

Agents for tlie Prince Organs, c^er 54,000 of 
which are now in use, 

Bajtk and Counting House Stationers, 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Blanks afid Books for County Officials, to order. 

Bookbinders. 

Book and fob Printers. 

Copper.Plate Printers. 

Die Sinkers. 

Engravers on Copper, Steel and Stone. 

Fashionable Stationery. 

General Agents for Subscription Books, Maps, etc. 

Importers of Foreign Stationery. 

Initial Stamping. 

Labels designed, engraved and printed in any 
desired combination of colors. 

Law Blank Publishers. 

Law Book Publishers and Importers, 

Lithographers, 



Law Blanks printed to order. 

Lithographic Printers, 

Laiu Stationery. 

McCammon's ( Boardman & Gray) Pianos. 

Medic a I Books and periodica Is . 

Monogram Engraving and Stamping, 

Music Books and Sheet Music. 

Paper Rulers. 

Pianos and Organs. 

Prince Cabinet Organs, 

Publishers. 

Publisliers of most of tJie Pacific Coast Law 

Books, 
Printers. 

School Apparatus and Stationery. 
School Books at wholesale and retail. 
Seal Cutters. 
Sheet Music. 

Subscription Books, Maps, etc, 
Sunday School Books. 
Visiting Cards Engraz'ed and Printed, 
Wedding Cards and Invitations, 
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers and Stationers. 
Writing Cards, 



A. L. Bancroft & Co. 

721 Market St., San Francisco. 



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Bankson Edw., laborer with Eeese Lewellvn 
Bannan F., laborer P. M. S. S. Co. 

■ Frank, shipping clerk,res 617 Natoma 

M. Miss, teacher Union primary 

school, res 1422 Jackson 
Patrick, engineer, res SE cor Solano 

and Florida 
Patrick, tanner, res S s Eighteenth 

nr Florida 
Banner Bros., (S. and P. Banner) wholesale 

clothing and hirnishing goods 

204-206 Sausome 

Henry, stevedore, res 330 Broadway 

Peter, (Banner Bros.) res 30 Kearny 

■ R., fancy goods 1132 Market 

Samuel, (Banner Bros..) res New 

York 
Bannerrot Eugene A., machinist -with L. P. 

Garcin, res 232 Jessie 
Bannett Harris, boarding, 235 Kearny 

Louis, jeweler, res 235 Kearny 

Bannick Fred, salesman with W. Haker <t 

Hinz, res 517 Mission 
Banning Frances M. Mrs., teacher Shotwell 

st prim sch, res 12231% Folsom 

How, laborer, res 214 Prospect pi 

John, stockdealer, resl223J^2 Folsom 

Bannister Alfred, account't London and San 

Francisco Bank, res 309 Powell 

George W., sash and blinds, res 425 

Fremont 
John, ship\sTights ' assu, 71 New 

Montgomery 
John C, upholsterer with W. J. 

Heney & Co., res 1039 Folsom 
Joseph, watchman with Armes & 

Dallam, res 425 Fremont 
Bannon Jane Miss, furnished roonis, 110 

Foui-th 

-. — John, laborer, res 9% Freelon 

John, laborer with Kittle & Co., 

res 24 Glovev 

Philip, night watchman, res 17 

Whites pi 

PhiliiJ, sailor stinr Newbern, res 541 

First 
Bansch M. Mrs., midwife, res 141 Minna 
Banthark Henrj', laborer, res 8 Decatur 
Banz John, pedler, res 263 Octavia 
-^ Joseph, cabinetmaker with Field & 

Frei, res 263 Octavia 
Baptis Jobii H., gold penmaker 328 

Bush, res 541 Fourth 
Baptiste Antonio, deckhand stmr Alameda, 

res 415 Drumm 

Joseph, barkeeper, 415 Drumm 

Juan, laborer, 11 Union pi 

Juan, fii-eman P. M. S. S. Co. 

- — — Luigi, fireman, res E s Drumm bet 

Sacramento and Commercial 
Baque D., real estate, 1609 Powell 
Bar Association of San Francisco, (The) J. P. 

Hodge, prest, Thomas B. Bishop, 

sec, R. C. Harrison, ti-eas., 634 

Sacramento and 633 Commercial 



Bar Jacob, butcher with L. Polv & Co., res 

Twelfth av nr N South S. F. 
Barabino Carlo, packer with Cutting & Co., 
res 5 Filbert pi 

James, packer with Cutting & Co., 

res 5 Filbert pi 
Baraco Andrew, poultrv dealer, 76-77 Center 

Market, res' 33 Turk 
Barada Lorenzo, solicitor for Geo. W. Ches- 

ley & Co., res 404 Green 
Barah M.. bookkeeper with Reeb, Mendel- 
sohn & Co., res 1522 Powell 
Barailhe John, wagoumaker. NE cor Geary 
and Devisadero 
' Baranosky Henri de, cook. 501 Dupont 
! Baraty <Sr"Coutolenc, (J. M. Baratv and D. 
j Coutolenc) butchers, " 303-305 

' Montgomery av 

— Francis, (Canan <frB.) res 241 Stevn 

J. M., (Baraty & Coutolenc) res 303 

Montgomery av 
Barba William, aeronaut, res 1015 Stockton 
Barbagelato G.. fruit, 1224 Dtipont 
Barbaste Mary Mrs, laundry, 838 Clay 
Barbat J., physician, chemist and 

apothecary, 910 Pacific 
Barbe Jean, florist, NW cor Bush and Baker 
I Barbee John, broker, res 1090 Union 
! Barber A Keser, (H. D. Barber and F. 
I H. Keser) haircb-essers,683 Miss'n 

Barber Enos W.. (Lawton & B.) res 
Park Hotel 

George A., upholsterer with J. A. 

Shaber & Co., res 709 Mission 
Barber H. D., (Barber & Keser). res 
Mission above Foiirth 

James, bricklayer. Palace Hotel 

James B., porter with Wilmerdiug <t 

Kellogg, res 1327 Pacific 

James T., caulker, res W s GueiTero 

bet Twentj'-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth 

John A., bricklayer and plasterer, 

res 58 Bernard 
Barber Jobn 5f .. insurance broker, 531 
California, res 706 California 

M. E. jMrs., res 513 Taylor 

Robert L., (Risley & B.) res 506 Bush 

S. A. Mrs, res 1625 Webster 

Thomas A., pilot, res 1222 Pacific 

William (Doyle &: B.) atty-at-law, 

323 California, res San Rafael 

William M., blacksmith, res W s Capp 

i bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

I see Barbour 

j Barberi Frank, waiter, 443 Bush 
j Barbery Stephen, marblecutter -with J. & A. 
I Morris, res 302 Folsom 

j Barbetta Nicola, marbleworker with A. Pal- 
I tenghi, res 49 Clay 

i Barbier A Barrett, (Paul L. Barbier 
and Edward J. Barrett) sample 
rooms, 903 Market 

Armand, special policeman, res 431 

" Minna 



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SEALS. BALLOT BOXES, ETC. 



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Barbier E., (widow) teacher of French, res 

650 Minna 

Frank, waiter, res 428 Broadway 

Barbier Paul L.., (Barbier & Barrett) 

res cor Minna and Julia 
Barbieri Gaetano, cabinetmaker with E. & 

L. Emanuel, res 25% Zoe 
Barbiery Paul, (Levaggi & Co.) res 303 

Fourth 
Barboru Sarah, widow, res 733 Natoma 
Barboiu- A. E., clerk U. S. coast survey 

stmr Hassler 
■ Freeman, apothecary, SW cor Mis- 
sion and Twenty-second, res 

Twenty-third nr Valencia 
Barcelo Vincent, fisherman, res 210 Drumm 
Barcellos Jose, proprietor Luzitania House, 

415 Drumm 
Barchi C. Eev., clergyman St. Ignatius Col- 
lege, res 841 Market 
Barchus J. H., clerk audit department Wells 

Fargo & Co., res 806 Webster 
Barckbausen Julius, agent German 

Genl. Benevolent Society, office 

732 Washington, res E s Franklin 

bet Turk and Tyler 
Julius, jr., clerk with Bandmann, 

Nielson & Co., res E s Franklin 

bet Elm av and Tyler 
Otto A., bookkeeper -ndth Schafer & 

Co., res E s Franklin bet Turk & 

Tyler 
Barclay A. J., printer, res 1016 Pine 
Brothers, (John and David Barclay) 

furniture, 423 Dupont, 
David, (Barclay Brothers), res 784 

Folsom 
Frank, boilermaker with McAfee, 

Spires & Co., res 125 Dora 

James, res 1131 Folsom 

John, (Barclay Brothers) res 784 

Folsom 
Robert H., carriagemaker with Kim- 
ball Manuf Co., res 629 Bush 
Roderick, blacksmith Globe Iron 

Works, res 108 Powell 

Thomas, laborer, res 253 Clara 

AVilliam, real estate, res 1019 Union 

Bardeau Pierre, tailor with F. Ghio, 721 

Montgomery 
Bardenbagen Henry, (Warnecke & 

Co.) SW cor Sacramento and 

Drumm 
Bardenwerper Charles, porter German Sav- 
ings and Loan Society, res 9 

Stockton pi 
Barder J., salesman with G. Onesti & Co., 

res 323 Thii'd 
Bardet Alexander, shipping clerk, res 9 

Pinckney 
Bardi C. Mrs, milliner, 1110 Dupont 
Bardies Phillip, butcher with P. Seibel, res 

35 Geary 
Bardocchi M., market gardener 62 Colombo 

Market 



Bardon Patrick, carpenter, res 11th av nr O 

South S. F. 
Bardslee Silas, carpenter, res 436 Union 
Bardwell & Co., (John L. Bardwell and 

William McKenzie) bagmakers 

105 Clay 
John L., (Bardwell & Co.) res 

Frank's Building, Brenham pi 

■ — , shoemaker, res 417 Bush 

Bare Edward, fur cutter Mith Lachman & 

Sternfells, res 362% Clementina 
Gustave, furrier with Isidor Shirpser, 

res 362% Clementina 
Bareilles Florent, cook with L. Lantheaume, 

res Dupont bet Broadway and 

Vallejo 

John, cook Miners' restaurant 

Baretta Pietro, fisherman, res Sullivan's 

Building 
William, collector Italian Mutual 

Benevolent Society, res 414 Green 
Bargon Martin, tailor -nith A. Barli, res 12 

Berry 
Bargone Leonardo, porter -with Pascal, Du- 

bedat & Co., res 1218 Mason 
Bargones James, di-iver with D. GhirardeUi 

& Co., res 718 Greenwich 
Bargstrem George, in'inter, res 115 Second 
Barichievich John, saloon NE cor Fifth and 

Natoma, res 438 Minna 
Bark A. WiUiam, clerk, res 1024 Mont 

Andrew, porter, res 726 Brannan 

O., laborer Pacific Barrel and K. Co. 

Barkan Adolpb, oculist and aurist, 

office 305 Kearny, res 1005 Stock- 
ton 
Barke Julius, baker, res 81 Stevenson 
Barker August, marblecutter 5 Taylor, res 

1019 PoweU 

B. F., carpenter, 702 Pacific 

Edward R., bricklayer, res 816 San- 
some 
Frank, carpenter, res 16th av bet P 

and Q South S. F. 

Grace, widow, res 1421 Folsom 

H., painter 124 Fourth 

Henry L., brickmaker, res 309 Capp 

Heni'y L., carpenter, res 460 Jessie 

Henry N., trunk maker with H. 

Behrendt & Co., res Summer W 

s Bernal Heights 

Isaac, brickmaker, res 309 Capp 

Jacob, trunkmaker with H. Behrendt 

& Co., res 165 Silver 
James, tinsmith with B. C. Austin, 

res NE cor Powell and Wash- 
ington 
Barker James li., hai-dware commis- 
sion merchant, 408 Market, res 

Oakland 

John, res 54 Sacramento 

Barker John P., lumber drying, pier 

19 Stuart, res 15 Glen Park av 
Joshua, bookkeeper with Lohman, 

Coghill & Rountree, res Oakland 



C, P, m MM & CO,, 



Importers CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, etc., 

Nos. 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 716 KEARNY ST. 



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Barker Peter, mate ship James Chester, res 
5 Jackson 

Robert, plumber with W. D. Hobro, 

res 7 Pratt pi 

Stephen, res W s Valencia bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth 

■ Sqiiire, iron moulder, res Passaic H. 

Thomas, res 3 Boyd 

Timothy L., (Wellman, Peck & Co.) 

res Oakland 

, widow, res rear 1616 Mason 

Barkhaus Diederich, (F. W. &D. Barkhaus) 
res 10 Turk 

Frederick W., (F. W. & D. Bark- 
haus) res 1004 Sutter 

F. W. (fc D., books and stationery, 

535 Kearny 

Barklage "U'illiam & Co., (William Barklage 
and Jacob Melle) bowling alley 
SE cor Jackson and Kearny 

WilUam, (William Barklage & Co.) 

res 1213 Montgomery 

Barkley George T. N., bookkeejDer with 
Pool & Harris, res SE cor Union 
and Leavenworth 

E., blacksmith, res 108 Powell 

Barks Thomas, iron moulder, res 280 Minna 

Barlage Henry, cabinetmaker with Califor- 
nia Furniture Manuf. Co., res 3 
Cushman 

• Heni-y jr, boxmaker with Hobbs, 

Pomeroy & Co., res 3 Cushman 

Barley C. P., newspaper clerk P O, res 216 
Bush 

Barli A., merchant tailor, 609 Clay, res 
1312 Kearny 

Barlin A. J., laborer, res St. Nicholas Hotel 

Barlow Alice J., silk winder California Silk 
Co., res 1003 Folsom 

Carrie Miss, teacher Washington-st. 

grammar school, res 909 Clay 

Barlow Charles, (E. G. Dunn & Co.) 
res New York City 

John, laborer Palace Hotel 

John, machinist, res 732 Folsom 

Michael, driver 0. E. E. Co., res 

rear 260 Clementina 

Sarah, fruits, 1003 Folsom 

Thomas, res 911 Sacramento 

W. W., res 71 Tehama 

Barman Casper, milker with M. Londen 

Charles, clerk ^ith Altschul & Hilde- 

brandt) res 943 Folsom 

Jonas, capitalist, res 943 Folsom 

Jonas S., res 410 Sixth 

Barnadello John, hairworker, 3 Dunn alley 

Barnard Edward, special police, res 20 Ellis 

Barnard Frank A Co., (Frank Bar- 
nard and H. Voorman) coal deal- 
ers, 213 Jackson 

Barnard Frank, (F. Barnard & Co.) 
res 418 Eddy 

George, expressman, res 531 Linden 

H., barber with A. I. Korn, res 537 

Stevenson 



Barnard Isaac D . , real estate agent, 224 Mont- 
gomery, res 912 Vallejo 

J., boilermaker S. P. E. E. Co. 

Moses S., cooper, res 1226% Folsom 

Thomas G., contractor and builder, 

res 32 Eincon pi 
William L., San Eaphael express, 

office 719 Da-sds 
Earner William, clerk with H. Knoche, res 

423 Third 
Barnes A. L., widow, res 516 Sutter 

A. M. Mrs., lodgings, 31 Eddy 

George E., di-amatic editor Call, res 

cor Tyler and Market 
Benjamin J., machinist with Betts 

Spring Co., res 554 Stevenson 
Charles A., plasterer, res SW cor 

Twenty-fourth and Howard 

D H., Qua'rtermaster P. M. S. S. Co. 

Dora, shirtfinisher with S. Silber- 

stein, res 1220 Powell 
• E. B. Miss, teacher of drawing Lin- 
coln primary school, res 600 Bush 

E. D., res Cosmopolitan Hotel 

George, steward, res 205 Second 

George, coalpasser stmr Ajax 

Henry L., carpenter, res 611% Minna 

James, house cai-penter, res 1322 

Green 
John, teamster, res Eailroad av nr 

Butte 
Joseph, bootblack junction Kearny 

and Market, res 25 Gearj' 
Eobert L. C, pressman Chronicle, 

res 811 Stockton 

W. D., res Euss House 

W. H. L., atty-at-law, office 426 Cal- 
ifornia, res SW cor Fillmore and 

McAllister 
William, builder N s Ellis bet Devis- i 

adero and Scott 
William E., carpenter, res E s Treat 

av nr Twenty-first 
Barnett Absalom J., draughtsman with J. P. 

Gaynor, res 615 Bush 

B., widow, res 810 Union 

Charles, stableman, res 178 Stevenson 

David, harnessmaker with C. H. 

Mead, res cor Jackson and Davis 
David, (Zinnamon & B.) res 156 

Stockton 

Edward, mariner, res 110 Berry 

John, res 7 Lick 

Joseph, crockery 39 and 79 Fourth, res 

N s Jessie nr Fourth 

Joseph P., stockbroker, res 28 Geary 

Morris S., grain com 210 Davis, res 

19 Turk 
N. W., with Mills & Evans, res NE 

cor Fulton and Gough 

Thomas, seaman schr Pet 

Barney Alfred S., deputy U. S. shipping 

comr, res 2109 Van Ness av 
Benjamin A., ^vith Wm. B. Hooper & 

Co., res 817 Van Ness av 



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SANSOME STREET. 



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Barney B. G., deputy U. S. shipping 

comr, res 2209 Jackson 

James M., (William B. Hooper & 

Co.) res Yuma, Arizona Ter 

L. N., res 1324 Polk 

Sophia, widow, res 32 Sixth 

Barnhart Christian, porter with Glasgow 

Iron Works, res 22 Garden 
Daniel, (Watson & B.) res 610 How- 
ard 
George W., res 36 Geary 



Barnhisel E. R., carrier Alta, res 1637 How- 
ard 

Samuel H., salesman with Toklas, 

Hahn & Brown, res 147 Third 

Barnhorst Herman, cabinetmaker with Pa- 
cific U. W. Furn Manft Co., res 
1141 Howard 

Baruhouse Theodore, machine hand with 
Richardson & Hollands, res 34 
Tehama 

Barnum C. S., widow, res 909 Stockton 

E. K., asst keeper lighthouse South 

Farrallone 

Henry, editor with Dewey & Co., res 

Hampshire near Twenty-second 

William, rancher, res 23 Anthony 

William G., clerk with Dewey & Co. 

Baron Abraham, tailor 31 Pacific 

• — Benjamin, shoemaker with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res 31 Pacific 

Edward, clerk with W. E. ToMTisend 

330 Pine 

James, stockbroker, res 147 Third 

John, (J. Dupuy & Co.) res 528 

Broadway 

Philip, res 207 Powell 

William, barber with A. Lewis, res 28 

Pacific 

Baroni Luigi, fisherman, res 10 Washington 

Pietro, res 1318 Dupont 

Baronia Anton, laborer, Bay Sugar Refinery 

Barsteaii Alfred, machinist with J. H. Small, 
res cor Kearny and Broadway 

Barotini Luigi, porter with Geo. W. Chesley 
& Co., res 1610 Bush 

Barousse Hyppolyte, butcher, 705 Pacific 

Barouquaire Eleonore, widow, res 1019 Powell 

Barovina Giovanni, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Barper George, bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

Barr A., widow, res 1211 Powell 

Charles, liquor merchant, res 335 

Geary 

Daniel, carpenter, res 31 Hunt 

Hannah K., widow, res 318 Oak 

Harry, traveling agent, res 1212 Clay 

James, heater Pacific Rolling Mills 

John, machinist, res N s Twentieth, 

bet Valencia and Guerrero 

Barr John D. & Co., (John D. Barr 
and David Samuels) manufactur- 
ers of umbrellas and parasols, 
323 Bush 

Barr Jolin D., (John D. Ban- & Co.) 
res 912 Post 



Barr Neil, moulder Fulton Foundry, res SE 
cor Twenty-third and Harrison 

Robert, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Sarah A. Miss, teacher girl's high 

school, res 916 Washington 

William H., mariner, res Bay bet 

Hyde and Leavenworth 
Barra £zekiel I., wine and liquor sa- 
loon and cigars, 118 First 
Barra's Hall, E. I. Barra, proptr, 116 

First 
Barracene Jacob, dairy, res Filbert nr Pierce 
Barraillaz Charles, basketmaker, res N s 

Meacham pi 
Barraque Jean, saloon, 636 Pacific 
Barrata Emanuel, bootblack, res Slitter nr 

Dupont 
Barratt John, caulker, res Mechanics' House 
R., brakeman S. P. R. R. Co 



Barraud Louis, armorer Lafayette Guard, res 

533 Kearny 
Barre August, expressman, res 362 Natoma 
Barren Edward, clerk ^ith Hinckley & Co., 

res 600 Bush 
Edward, bookkeeper with Pacific 

Type Foundry, res 600 Bush 

Patrick, paper carrier, res 361 Natoma 

Samuel, stock broker, res 600 Bush 



Barrere Louis, shipping clerk with John C. 
Morrison jr., res 817 Howard 

Barrett & Sherwood, (Robert Sherwood) 
dealers in fine jewelry, watches, 
diamonds and silverware, 517 
Montgomery 

Alfred, jeweler, 13 Second, res 236 

Seventh 

Chas., employment office, 424 Kearny, 

' res 217 Minna 

Chas. P., cutter withPurdy & Litch- 
field, res Oakland 

Barrett Charles R., (Phelps & B.) 
res 215 Minna 

Cornelius, laborer, res 732 Natoma 

David, tanner, res Fifteenth bet Do- 
lores and Guerrero 

D. C, bricklayers' prot. and ben. as'sn, 

234 Sutter 

Edward, expressman, res Montgom- 
ery's Hotel 

Edward, farmer, E s old San Jose 

road, nr Industrial School 

Edward, laborer, res 609 Minna 

Edward, laborer, Cal Dry Dock, Hun- 
ter's Point 

Edward, laborer, res 22 Clementina 

Edward, painter, res 785 Mission 

Edward, painter with Wason & Mor- 
ris, res What Cheer House 

Edward, shoemaker with Jacob 

Deutsch, res 15 Stevenson 

Barrett Edward J., (Barbier & B.) 
res 1522 Stockton 

Francis A., carpenter, res Seven- 
teenth av near J, S. F. 

George, maltster Mason's brewery 



E. P. FELLOWS & CO.. 



Importers of 
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Barrett Harmala, confectionery, 26 Sixth 

— ■ Henry M., with L. Maynard, res 557 

Han-isou 
Barrett James, wood, coal, hay and 
grain, Seventeenth, bet Dolores 
and Church, res Seventeenth, bet 
Dolores and Guerrero 

James, laborer Occidental Hotel 

■ James, printer, res 112 Dora 

James Fisher, seaman, 117 Drumm 

• John, laborer, res W s Kansas, near 

Twenty-third 

— John, miller with Deming, Palmer & 

Co, res Oakland 

I John, miner, res 1019 Market 

! John, lithographic printer with Geo. 

I H. Baker, res Minna nr Second 

John, salesman %vith John O'Kane, 

res 782 Harrison 

John, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

John J., stonecutter with M. Heverin, 

res 43 Crook 

J. E., waiter Lick House 

Marj' T. C. Mrs., saleswoman with 

Florence S. M. Co., res 905 Bush 

Michael, hostler, res 342 Eitch 

Michael, laborer, res 112 Polk 

Moses A., pedler, res 1505 Powell 

Patrick, carrier Evening Post and 

CaU, res 275 Natoma 

Patrick, clerk with Kennedy & Durr, 

res 24 Clementina 

P., cai-jjeuter Palace Hotel 

Richard T., frame maker with S. 

Hausmaun <fc Co., res 427 Steven- 
son 

Robert, soapmaker with Richard 

Brown, res 122 Gilbert 

Thomas, laborer, res 111 Jessie 

William, hackdriver, res 293 Clemen- 
tina 

William, laborer, res Laurel av. 

WiUiam, moulder with Steiger & 

Boland, res 316 Folsom 
- — William, seaman, res 536 Mission 
- — WilUam, teamster with Geo. Morrow 
&Co. 

WilUam G., cashier S. F. Gaslight 

Co., res 1000 Pine 

William H., cai-penter Enterprise 

MiU, res 23 Moss 
Barricklow George E., carpenter, res 1037 J^ 

Folsom 
Barricklow O. R. 9Irs.. di-essmaker, 

10371^ Folsom 
Barrie D. H., driver Sutter-st. R. R. 
Barrilis Nobile D., Italian Consul, 
NW cor Kearny and Washington, 
res Oakland 
Barrilla Andrew, second steward stmr Fidel- 

iter 

Barringer E. Mrs., dress, model and pattern- 
cutter, 54 Fourth 

J. B., res 523 Folsom 

!^eter, chemist, res 54 Fourth 



Barringer William, carjienter and biiilder, 
Ritch, bet Beny and King, res 
King Street House 
res 522 Stockton 



Barringtou G., (Werner & B.) res 1706 
Sacramento 

John, with C. James King of Will- 
iam & Co., res 523 Sacramento 

John, res 527 Sacramento 

John, mailing clerk P. 0., res 557 

Natoma 

William B., storekeeper for Dickson, 

DeWolf & Co., res 314 Green 

Barris Clermont C, bookkeeper with L. 
Barris, res cor Sutter and Leav- 
enworth 

Barrii« Liaverne, broker, 302 Montgom- 
ery, res cor Sutter and Leaven- 
worth 

Robert, shipping clerk, res 1256 

Montgomerj^ 
Barrito Antonio, pedler, res 15 Union pi 
Barrity Susan, dressmaker, res 87 Ninth 
Barroilhet Henry, (Belloc Freres) and Con- 
sul for Chile, office 524 Mont- 
gomery, res Grand Hotel 
Ban-on & Co., (Thomas Bell) commission 
merchants, 305 Sansome 

B., shoemaker with Einstein Bros. & 

Co., res 31 Pacific 

Cornelius, bartender, res 732 Howard 

Cornelius, laborer, res 214 Broadway 

Cornelius J., painter, 815 Market 

James, patternmaker with Dvinn & 

Kewen, res 2 CaroUne pi 

John, carpenter, res 522 Folsom 

John, painter, res 2 Francisco 

Joseph, capitalist, res 606 Stockton 

Joseph C, barber, res 127 Jackson 

Michael, carpenter Enterprise Mill, 

res 2319 Slission 

— S. W., cigarmaker, res Overland H 

Barron Yictorine ]?Ime., furnished 

rooms, 823 Montgomery 
William, grocery, SW cor Clay and 

Powell 
William R., shipjoiner, 521 East, res 

Middle, bet Pine and Cahfornia 
Barrone Andrea, musician, res 10 Margaret 

place 
Barrovich Peter, fisherman, res 17 Commer- 
cial 
BaiTOw Charles F., apprentice with W. E. 

Goldsmith & Son, res Overland 

House 

Barrow J. 0., Maguire's new Theatre 

John, carpenter Palace Hotel 

S. M., (Curtis & Co.) res Morton 

House 
Barrows John, (Wakefield & Co.) res 

315 Hyde 
John P., bathman with S. G. Brown, 

res 202 Fourth 

Lottie M. Miss, teacher Vallejo-st 

col school, res 508 Ellis 



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Barrows Mary Mrs., res 508 Ellis 

Robert, shipping clerk vith California 

Cracker Co., res 327% Filbert 

William H., atty-at-law, 76 Montgom- 
ery blk, res 109 Leavenworth 

Barry & Co., (D. Barry and J. Baker) 
butchers, 1207 Mission 

Barry & Patten, (Theodore A. Barry 
and B. A. Patten) wines and 
liquors and proprs of the "Ex- 
cellent," 413 Montgomery 

Albert, quartermaster, P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 252 Brannan 

Anna Miss, hairdresser with Mrs. E.. 

A. Pinkham, res Potrero 

A., driver City E. E. Co. 



Bridget, ironer with Nenstadter Bros., 

res 33 Everett 

Catherine Mrs., res 110 WiUiam 

Charles E., searcher of records, 619 

Montgomery, res E s Jones, bet 
Pacific and Jackson 

Daniel, clerk S F Gas Works, King 

st, res Eleventh av, nr N, South 
SF 

Daniel, laborer, res rear 221 Folsom 

David, (Barry & Co.) res 18 Wash- 
ington av 

David, pedler, res 215 Folsom 

David jr., sailmaker, res 18 Washing- 
ton av 

D., laborer P. M. S. S. Co. 

Edward, res 2010 Pacific 

Edward, carriage maker, res 24 Eidley 

Edw,- milk ranch, Bernal Heights, nr 

Thirty-second and San Bruno rd 

Edward, moulder, res 567 Mission 

Barry Edward, real estate agent 415 
Montgomery, room 1, res 2010 
Pacific av 

Frank, helper S. F. Boiler Works, 

res SE cor Buchanan and Bush 

J. H., delivery clerk W. U. Tel. Co., 

res Black Point 

James, bootblack, res Black Point 

James, foreman blacksmith with Wil- 
son & Doble, res 211 Taylor 

Barry James, (Hartnett & B.) res 
Golden Eagle Hotel 

James, laborer, res rear 412 Post 

James, quartermaster P. M. S. S. Co. 

James, stevedore with George Whit- 
ney 

James P., machine hand with Eich- 

ardson & Barry, res 21 Fulton 

James H., compositor 414 Clay, res 

1306 Jackson 

James J,, receiving clerk New City 

Hall, res 113 Fifth 

James T., res N s Geary bet Bu- 
chanan and Laguna 

John, res 921 Pacific 

John, baker with E. Stein 238 Fifth 

John, laborer Fulton Foundry, res 

2521 Sacrarnento 



Barry 



John, coachman with William F. 
Babcock, res 325 Folsom 

John, crimper, res Seventeenth bet 

Church and Dolores 

John, laborer, res Empire Hotel 

John, laborer, res 18 Freelon 

John, longshoreman, res 3 Lewis 

John, painter, res 361 Clementina 

John, porter Avith Helbing & Straus, 

res Broadway nr Montgomery 

John, watchman U. S. Mint, res 102 

Fourth 

John H., clerk W. U. Tel office, res 

211 Taylor 

John T., (Lyons & B.) res NE cor 

Geary and Buchanan 

Mark J., collector, 601 California, res 

200 Stockton 

Martin, tailor, res 1914 Bush 

Mary, shirtmaker with Eeeb, Men- 
delsohn & Co., res 27 Minna 
Barry Matlie'w, Milkman, res Hall nr 
King 

Michael, carpenter, res NW cor Post 

and Broderick 
Michael, carpenter with W. B. Brad- 
bury, res 708 Howard 

Michael, clerk -«dth E. Stipple, res 

538 Minna 

Michael, cook, res 54 Jessie 

Michael, crimper with Buckingham 

& Hecht, res W s Chenery, Fair- 
mount track 

Michael, laborer, res 234 Minna 

— Michael, laborer, res Union House 

Michael, laborer, res N s Post bet 

Broderick and Baker 

Michael L., woolsorter S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory 
: M. C. Miss, teacher Eighth-st gram- 
mar school, res 211 Taylor 

Owen, laborer, res SE cor Octavia 

and McAlHster 

Patrick, baker, res Western Hotel 

Patrick boilermaker, res 110 William 

Patrick, coal-passer Spring Valley 

W. W., res 559 Natoma 

Patrick, res 274 Jessie ■ 

Patrick, laborer, res 1317 Sacramento 

Patrick, laborer with S.P.R.E., res 

529 Foiirth 

Patrick, policeman, res Fulton bet 

Octavia and Laguna 

Patrick, pork packer, res cor Utah 

and Sixteenth 

Patrick, laborer, res Union House 

P., watchman, Oakland 

P., phimber Palace Hotel 

— Patrick O., clerk with C. E. Barry, 

res 904 Jackson 

E., laborer P. M. S. S. Co. 

Eichard, paperhanger, res 10 Anthony 

Eichard, sailmaker with William C, 

Wood, res 18 Washingtoji av 
Eobert, com traveler, 21 Prospect pi 



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Barry Eobert, tailor, Trinitj' court 

E. F., ropemaker, res S s Sixteenth 

bet Guen-ero and Dolares 
Barry Theodore A., (Barry & Patten) 

res 709 Geary 

Thomas, laborer Palace Hotel 

Thomas, laborer, res Union bet 

Gough and Octavia 

Thomas, steerage steward stmr Ajax 

Thomas, salesman, res 207 Powell 

Thomas T., salesman with Keane, 

O'Connor & Co., res Morton 

House 

William, carpenter O. E. E. Co. 

• "William, carriagemaker with Plath & 

KitzmuUer, res Shear bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
WiUiam, clerk -nith T. D. SuUivan, 

res 2521 Sacramento 
"William Mrs., di-essmaker, res 1807 

Powell 

"William, hackman, res 1807 Powell 

"WiUiam, laborer with "W. T. Garratt, 

res 518 Howard 
"William Mrs., furnished rooms, res 

14 Eddy 

William, printer, res 111 Geary 

WiUiam, shipwright, res 21 Eousch 

WiUiam, track repairer 0. E. E. Co., 

res 630 Jessie 
WiUiam, wheelwi-ight with Ennis & 

McXeiU, res 21 Eousch 
William F., pressman with Wheeler 

& Co., res 1306 Jackson 
WilUam McG., surveyor, res 200 

Stockton 

WiUiam, actor California Theater, 

res 118 Post 

see BaiTe 

Barstow Alfred, atty-at-law 330 Pine, res 
PoweU bet Post and Sutter 

David P., atty-at-law 35 Merchants' 

Exchange 

George, (Barstow, Stetson & Hough- 
ton) res 927 Pine 

, Stetson & Houghton, (George Bar- 
stow, E. G. Stetson and E. E. 
Houghton) atty's-at-law 315 Cal- 
ifornia 

Bartaloni H., plaster moulder with D. Men- 
carini 

Bartels Conrad, musician, res 417 Union 

George, confectioner with WiUiam 

Schmit, res 916 Montgomery 
Henrv, baker with B. Stumpf, res 

226 Pacific 
Peter H., -vs-ines and Uquors 539 

Jackson 
Eichard, barkeeper with N. Wiebalk 

SW cor Polk and Bush 
Barter A. B. Mrs., electro-mecUcal and vapor 

baths, res 406 Post 
Barth Charles, bookkeeper, res 405 PoweU 
Charles, boot and shoe maker 617 

Howard 



Barth Charles, cigar mnfgr 813 Montgomery 

Charles, laborer Pacific roUing miUs 

Charles H., clerk quartermasters 

dept, res 2237 Jackson 
Isidor, machinist with J. G. lUs, res 

520 Green 
Ph., clerk with I. Glazier & Co 



Barthe Gabriel, manfr corks, rear 706 CaU- 

fornia 
Barthew Antonia, widow, res N s Cedar av 

bet Polk and Larkin 
Bartholoma «& Tolle, (J. Bartholoma 

and H. ToUe) groceries, 1413 

Stockton 
Bartholoma J., (Bartholoma & ToUe) 

res 732 YaUejo 
Bartholomew, expressman, res E s Devisa- 

dero, bet Sacramento and Clay 
Bartholow W. E. B., clerk C. P. E. R. 

freight depot, res 746 Howard 
Barthrop Edward, (Casey <Sr B.) res 

317 Hayes 
Bartisticebiersach Johannes, seaman, res 

119 Jackson 
Bartleson Edward A., waiter, res 231 Second 
Bartlett & Rau<loIph. (Washington 

Bartlett and D. L. Randolph) 

real estate brokers 12 Mont- 
gomery 
Bartlett & Pratt, (Columbus Bartlett and L. 

E. Pratt) counselors-at-law» 636 

Sacramento 

A., real estate, res 903 Geai-y 

A. W. M.Mrs., hvgienic physician 29 

G'Fan-eU 

Charles H., special poUce 

Columbus, (Bartlett & Pratt) atty- 

at-law 636 Sacramento, res 1131 

EUis 
Earl, atty-at-law 35 Montgomery 

Block, res NW" cor Point Lobos 

road and Fifteenth av 

James, carpenter, res 306 Tehama 

Jeremiah, shijiwright, res 312 Beale 

J., blacksmith S. P. E. E. Co. 

J. C, teamster with Gosh it 

erford, res 122 Eddy 

J. H., carpenter Palace Hotel 

M. A. Mrs., 317 Eddy 

Nathaniel, packer ^\•ith F. D. 

&: Son, res 1024 Montgomery 
P., -n-ith Contra Costa Laundry, res 

Oakland 
Eobei-t B., porter with Macondray &: 

Co., res 33^^ Moss 
Bartlett Washington. (Bartlett & 

Eandolph) res 1104 Market 

William, printer, res 316 Third 

William C., editorial rooms Bulletin, 

res Oakland 
William S., loan teller National Gold 

Bank and Tnist Co., res Oakland 
Bartlettson Edward, waiter, Montgomery's 

Hotel 
Bartlev Frank, boilermaker, res 125 Dora 



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hartley George, laborer Pacific Kolling Mills, 
res E s Illinois nr Napa 

George, moulder with Union Iron 

Works, res 25 Dora 

Bartling & Kimball, (William Bart- 
ling and Henry Kimball) book- 
binders, paper rulers and blank 
book manufactur's, 505 Clay [see 
adv, page 26a] 

Bartling William, (Bartling & Kim- 
ball) res Oakland 

Bartlow John, real estate, res 1114 Post 

Bartmann A., carpenter, res 813 Filbert 

Fred., carpenter with Charles Wil- 

liams 

J. C, musician, res 729 Grove 

Bar to Harrison, (Spaulding & B.) res 

E s Reed bet Clay and Washington 
Bartolomeo Peirano, cook, res Hotel d'ltalia 
Barton Benjamin F., (B. F. Barton 

& Co.) res Alameda 
Barton B. F. & Co., (B. F. Barton) 

proprietors Pioneer Salt Mills, 

213 Sacramento 
Charles E., salesman with Coni'oy, 

O'Connor & Co., res 128 Clara 
George, engineer, res 418 Brannan 

George, teamster with Healey & 

McGilligan, res Old San Jose 
road nr Industrial school 

r- Hiram M., student Heald's Business 

College 

Hugh, mason, res University City 

Mound, nr University College 
I., engineer Pacific EoUing Mills 



Barton James, boots and shoes, 819 

Battery 

James, engineer, res 418 Brannan 

John, manager Union Pacific Salt 

Co.j 218 Sacramento, res Alameda 
Phineas W., clerk Fireman's Fund 

Insurance Co., res Alameda 

Richard, with Cornell Watch Co. 

Robert, broker, res 1116 Bush 

Thomas, actor Bella Union Theater 

Thomas S., salesman with N. B. 

Edgerly & Co., res 759 Clay 
Willard T., clerk with Union Pacific 

Salt Co., res Oakland 

• William, fret cutter, res 1415 Pacific 

William, painter, res 1232 Union 

William, sawyer S. F. Manuf . Co., 

res 1415 Pacific 
— William, stevedore with Menzies & 

Bingham 
William H., stockbroker, 411^ Cali- 
fornia, res 2428 Buchanan 
Bartor Mary, widow, 3 Caroline pi 
Baruch Isaac, res 535% O'Farrell 

Paulina Mrs., midwife, res 252 Minna 

Simon, salesman -with Sam. Les- 

zynsky & Bros., res 371 Jessie 
Barut Raymond, butcher, 1402 Stockton 
Baruth Peter W., groceries, NW cor Hyde 

and Sutter 



Bartwell Charles, waiter, res 605 Stockton 
Barwes Alexander, barkeeper Park Hotel 
Barz & Suhl, (A. Barz and C. F. Suhl) 

wagonmakers and blacksmiths, 

114 Drumm 

August, (Barz & Suhl) res 257 Perry 

Basch Hugo, barber with Adolph Strecker, 

res 25 Morton 
Bascombe A. Miss, dressmaker, res 32 Tyler 
Basford Jacob K., res 917 Geary 
W. L., clerk with H, P. Wakelee, res 

917 Geary 
Bash Henry, barber, res 421 Bush 
Hyman, tailor, 206% Bush, res 359% 

Tehama 
Basi Louros, bartender with L. Rismondo, 

res 629 Davis 
Basillio Joseph, engineer Black Diamond 

Coal Co., res 214 Union 
Basker David R., bootblack, res 749 Market 
BaskerAdlle Aurelia, glovemaker Pac glove 

factory, res 30 Silver 
Richard D., barber, res 30 Silver 



Basler George A., painter, res 29 Pearl 

Basque John, laundrjinan with A. Lefebre 
& Co., 30 Harriet 

Bass T. J. «& Co., (T. J. Bass) imptrs 
and dealers in paints, oils, var- 
nishes, etc., 36 Geary 

Bass Thomas J., (T. J. Bass & Co.) 
res SE cor Fifteenth and Noe 

Basse G., res 620 Post 

Bassett A. C, asst superintendent S. P. R. 
R. Co., res 906 Market 

Bassett Charles F., produce and com- 
mission merchant, 219 Washing- 
ton, res Mission, opp Twelfth 

Charles W., clerk with Davis Bros., 

res 221 Second 

Daniel, engineer stmr Kalorama, res 

58 Clementina 

Harry C, Figaro office, res Arlington 

House 

John, watchman with H. B. Tiche- 

nor & Co., res 3 Thompson av 

Joseph, flour, grain and produce, 

221-223 Clay, res Alameda 

Julian, assayer, res 114 Eleventh 

Martin L., carpenter, res N s Jersey, 

bet Vicksburg and Church 

Nathaniel, res 114 Eleventh 

Robert, clerk 612 Clay, res East Oak- 
land 

Bassetti James, bartender with Frank Bazzu- 
rio, 105 Pacific 

Bassi Louis, pipemaker S. F. Boiler Works, 
res 47 Clementina 

Bassini B., gas meter reporter and extraman 
No. 3, S. F. F. D., res 1327 Cali- 
fornia 

Bassity James, plasterer, res 113 Jones 

Bastheim Joseph, (Einstein Bros. & Co.) 
res 828 O'Farrell 

Bastian J., (Messner & B.) res 402 Pacific 

Bastine Fred., waiter stmr Ajax 



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Baston Abner F., teamster with Kohler, 
Chase & Co., res 1036 McAUister 

Joseph, porter with Waterhouse & 

Lester, res 1209 Clay 

Batchelder Horace, clerk Miners" Foundry, 
res Fairmount 

James, laborer Mission Bay Ware- 
house 

JohnE., carpenter, res 613 Grove 

J. W., compositor with Cubery & Co., 

res 1145 Howard 

Levi L., stevedore. Merchants' Ex- 
change, res 1026 Clay 

N., carpenter, res Central House 

T., captain bi-ig Orient, office 44 

Market, res Oakland 

Batcheldor James W., freight clerk with 
Friedlander, res 1145 Howard 

Bachelor Edward P., atty-at-law and prose- 
ciiting atty Police Court, res 
Windsor House 

William H.. housemover, res 114 

Austin 

Batcher WiUiam, master schr Florence, res 
42 Steuart 

Bateman Hemy C, res 43 Tehama 

Isaac C, mining office 116 Leides- 

dorff, res 555 Harrison 

Michael, contractor, res N s Pacific 

bet Gough and Octtivia 

Patrick, waiter P. M. S. S. Co 

W. A., boarding stable, 355 Tehama, 

res cor Stockton and Bush 

Bates Asher B. Mrs., res 705 Bush 

Catherine Mrs., res 764 Hamson 

Cicero M., physician and surgeon, 

office 137 Montgomerv, res 206 
Powell ' ' 

Courtien P., dentist with H. C. Davis, 

res 749 Folsom 

Daniel S., night inspector Custom 

House, res 72 Ninth 

Dudley C, cashier with E. F. Hall & 

Co., res 1705 Octavia 

Edward K., shoemaker, res 1124 Mar- 
ket 

Eugene J., clerk with Crane & Brig- 
ham, res 764 Hamson 

F., furniture dealer, res 162 First 

Frank, collector C. P. R. E. Co 

Frederick, res 708 Pine 

George, Principal University College, 

res 1404 Van Ness av 

George W., teamster yrith H. N. Tri- 

bon, res 431 Fulton 

John, barkeeper with J. P. Taisen, 

res NW cor Spear and Harrison 

Bates Joseph C, attorney-at-law, office 
rooms 8-9, 434 California, res 
2520 Clay 

K. E., widow, res 622 Fourth 

Mary D. Miss, res 705 Bush 

Moms S., cashier with Williams, 

Blanchard & Co., res 705 Bush 



Bates Mon-is U., commercial editor Even- 
ing Post, res 700 Post 

Paul, blacksmith. Union Iron Works, 

res 25 Clementina 

Bates Samuel P., (S. F. Weeks & Co.) 
res 6 Powell 

William, contractor, res S s Twenty- 
second, bet Valencia and Guerrero 

. carpenter, SW cor Montgomery 

and Broadway 

Bateson James H., tailor, res 7 Clementina 

Batey C, driver, City E. E. Co 

Bath John, res 508 Taylor 

Bathall Thomas, watchman Citv Hall, res 13 
Fifth av. 

Bathurst Nelly, tailoress -wdth Harris Edward, 
res 5 Fourth 

Batt Jacob, pedler, res 623 Minna 

Battams William, clerk with Locke & Mon- 
tague, res Occidental Hotel 

Batteax — , landscape artist, 105 Mont- 
gomery 

Batten & MuUen, (Sampson Batten and 
Michael MiiUen) stone and mar- 
ble yard, N s Geary, nr Toll Gate 

Batten Sampson, (Batten & Mullen) res S s 
California, bet Broderick and 
Baker 

Battersby Fred, wheelwTight with J . Higgins, 
res 8 Minna 

James, jeweler and watchmaker, 13 

Third, res 709 Mission 

J., mining operator, res Overland 

House 

Eobert Capt., mining engineer, 640 

Clay 

Batterj'-st. U. S. Bonded Warehouse, George 
C. Bode, proprietor, N^V cor Bat- 
tery and Filbert 

Batteux Daniel, wines and liquors, 34 
Kearny, res 418 Sixth 

Battiece Sarah Mrs., res rear 413 Jones 

Sarah L. Miss, dressmaker, res rear 

413 Jones 

Battin Hai-ry E., butcher 11 Union Market, 
res 718 Howard 

Battiss Daniel, painter, res 129 Second 

Battiste John, butcher, res Spreen's Ex- 
change 

. Joseph, cook Grand Hotel, res 114 

Jessie 

Battles Jobu, Jr., proprietor of King 
Street House, 3 King 

Batsere John, cook with Frank Lacoste, res 
1116 Bryant 

Battu Hippolvte, painter, res 731 O'Farrell 
Zoe Mine., res 731 O'Farrell 



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Batturs Edward T., bookkeeper with Frank 

G. Edwards, res 521 Leavenworth 
Batzner Philip, laborer with John A. Hefer, 

res 722 Harrison 
Bauch Joseph, waiter Constitution Hotel, 

res 553 First 
Peter G., ship and Custom House 

broker, 500 Battery, res 719 Union 



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DEALER IN 



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Baud Frank, brass foundi-y, 522 Fulton 
Bauer & Reineger, (E. E. Bauer and Chas. 

Eeineger) stoves and tinware, 

1056 Folsom 
Bauer Abraham, (Bauer, Tobriner & 

Co.) res Paris 

Adolphe, weaver with S. Ettinger, res 

23 Lafayette pi 

Alexander, barkeeper, 612 Jackson 

• Brothers, (Samuel and Moses B.) 

fancy goods, 410 Kearny 
Charles, wine merchant, res 1143 

Mission 

Charles,policeman,res 717 Clementina 

Conrad, stove-moulder, res 27 Minna 

Bauer £mile, (White & B.) res 2109 

Jones 
Bauer Emile E., wholesale and retail 

liquors, 1042 Folsom, res 1055% 

Folsom 

Frank Capt., shipping master, 10 Clay 

■ F. C, clerk witn J. A. Bauer, res 

716 Broadway 

G. A., solicitor Howe Machine Co. 

Henry, foreman with John C. Bell, 

res 1511 California 

Henry, maltster Tilgner's malt house 

Herman, gilder with Snow & May, res 

Thirtieth, bet Valencia and Castro 
Bauer John, (Chapman & B.) res E s 

. Fillmore, near Germania 
John, liquors, NE cor Front and 

Market, res cor Filmore and 

WaUer 
John A., mnfg chemist and apothe- 
cary 101 Post, res 716 Broadway 
Joseph, cabinetmaker with Pacific 

U. W. Furniture Mnfg Co., res 

E s Gilbert nr Brannan 

J. C, miner, res 110 Sutter 

Leopold, cardi'iver, res 1914 Mason 

Moses, (Bauer Bros.) res 1102 Pine 

Samuel, (Bauer Bros.), res 1102 Pine 

Bauer Simon, (Kuppenheim & B.) res 

4 St. Mary's pi 
Bauer, Tobriner «fc Co., (Abraham 

Bauer andM. Tobriner) importers 

of English, French and German 

fancy goods,laces, etc. 547 Market 
William, candymaker with Pellet & 

Fahrbaeh, res 256 Stevenson 
William, upholsterer with John C. 

Bell, res 1511 California 

William, usher California Theater 

Baugh Theodore E., res 25 South Park 
Baukart Hubert, mining engineer, res 53^ 

Kearny 
Baulsir JVimrod, (R. C. Hanson & Co.) 

res 1332 Washington 
Baum Charles, Custom House broker 

and Consul for Argentine Repiib- 

Kc 510 Battery, res 1705 Powell 
David A., clerk Liverpool, London 

and Globe Insurance Co., res NE 

cor Sacramento and Montgomery 



Baum Gustav, fui-niture and bedding 740 

Wash, res 1172 Leavenworth 
J. & Co., (J. Baum, H. Shrier and 

M. Shrier) wholesale clothing 

218-220 Sansome 

• John, porter, res 714 Geary 

John T., cabinetmaker, res 607 

Stockton 
Julius, (J. Baum & Co.) res 1111 

Van Ness av 
Baum Simon, (Simon Baum & Co.) res 

303 Turk 
Baum Simon «fe Co., (S. Baum and S. 

Cohn) importers men's furnishing 

goods 217-219 Pine 
William, barkeeper with J. Ipswitch, 

res 515 Kearny 
Bauman Emma, milliner with S. Zemansky, 

res SE cor Third and Brannan 

George, (Planz & B.) res 531 Natoma 

Baumann H. H., agent, office 502 Mont- 
gomery, res 907 Clay 

John, musician, res 707 McAllister 

Philip, confectioner with Schroth & 

Westerfeld, res 228 Kearny 

Sigmund, bookkeeper with Levi 

Strauss & Co., res 502 Bush 
William, machinist mth Walkington 

& Kidd, res William Tell House 
Baumberger Jacob, bookkeeper with Breeze 

& Loughran, res cor Octavia and 

Hickory 
Baumeister B., law student, res 13 Verona 
Joseph, carpenter with W. B. Brad- 
bury, res 2219 Powell 
Baumgardener E. M. Mrs., vice-principal 

Denman grammar school, res 

1024 Bush 

S. J. com agent California Cracker 

Co., res 1024 Bush 

Baumgart Samuel, junk, 732 Pacific 

Baumgarten C, (M. UUmann & Co.) 
res Pesth, Hungary 

Joseph, with M. UUmann & Co., res 

742 Washington 

Baumgartner Peter, brewer with Fortmann 
& Co. 

Baumgartner V. tt Co., (V. Baum- 
gartner) manufacturers of smok- 
ing tobacco 23 Seventh 

Baumgartner Valentine, (V. Baum- 
gartner & Co.) res 614 Natoma 

Baumgi-ass P., landscape and still-hfe artist, 
619 Mission 

Baumstein Charles, clerk, res 821 Post 

Bauold Johannes, cabinetmaker with L. F. 
Hauster, res 732 Union 

Baurhyte Ed. C, boilermaker,res 536 Mission 

Isaac S., asst engineer P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 343^ Freelon 

Isabella Mrs. furnished rooms, 431 

Natoma 

Bausfield F. H., assayer with Swiss-Ameri- 
can Bank, res N s Filbert bet 
Stockton and Powell 



E. p. FELLOWS & C0j"'»™'-"«"«g'sts'6lassware 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, REAL ESTATE AGENT, 



434 MONTGOMERY STREET. 



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Bauten 



Bauten 



Bausher Jay D., salesman -with Engelbrecht 
& Levy, res Oakland 

Bausman WiUiam, editor Morning Call, res 
552 Minna 

Nicholas J., (N. J. Bauten 
and William Muche) groceries 
and liquors 228 Brannan 
N. J. «& Co., (N. J. Bauten 
and William Muehe) groceries and 
liquors, 228 Brannan 

Baux F. A., real estate 29 Merchants' Ex- 
change, res Oakland 

Bavaria Brewery, Frauenholz & 
Davison propts, Montgomery av 
bet Vallejo and Green 

Bawden William G., job printer 317 Califor- 
nia, res Geary nr Broderick 

Baxter Charles E. A., freight clerk with J. 
C. Merrill & Co., res 322 Turk 

■ Edward H., salesman with Crane & 

Brigham, res 1109 Howard 

Frank, retoucher with Edouart & 

Cobb 504 Kearny 

Hawley W. , cashier •with Crane & Brig- 
ham, res S s Ellis bet Fillmore 
and Steiner 

James, engineer, res 52 Louisa 

John, painter, res 79 Everett 

Joseph P., special policeman, res 2 

Jasper pi 

Mathew, tanner with C. O'Donnell, 

res 11 Geneva 

Patrick, laborer, Eisdon Iron Works, 

res 17 Harrison av 

W. H., sec Grangers' Bank, CaU- 

fornian Fanners' Fire Insurance 
Co. and California State Grange, 
ofl&ce 6 Leidesdorft', res Oakland 

Bay Brewery, Weyand & Kasche propts, 
Seventh nr Brannan 

Bay City Soda Water Co., James 
McEwen, prest; Cephas Turner, 
supt; F. E. Wilson, sec, 87-89 
Stevenson 

Bay District Fair Ground Association, T. 
W. Hinchman, sec, 411% California 

Bay District Horticultural Society, 622 Clay 

Bay Sugar Eefinery, Herman Meese, prest, 
office and refinery SW cor XJnion 
and Battery 

Bay View Chemical Works, Hortsmann & 
Mahlstedt, propts, 2013 Folsom, 
office NW cor Bush and Powell 

Bay View Distilling Co., A. A. Louderback, 
proptr; Eobert Cushing, supt; 
office NW cor Battery and Com, 
distilleiy 20th av South S. F. 

Bay Warehouse, John Melville, jDroptr, W s 
Sansome bet Greenwich and Lom- 
bard 

Bayard J. 0., barkeeper with O. Labine, res 
618 Sacramento 

Bayer Jacob, saloon, 6 Jackson 

Jos., metal roofer, res 617 Stevenson 



Bayersdorflf William, laborer, res 527 Sac 

Bayle John, (Borel & B.) res Fifth av bet 
M and N South S, F 

Baj^less Charles C, printer with Benjamin 
Dore & Co., res 8 Geneva 

Joseph A., draughtsman with Dewey 

& Co., res 8 Geneva 

Wm., clerk with C. J. Glein, 1036 M'kt 

William H., architect, res 8 Geneva 

Bayley Alfred, with C. A. Bayley, res 1214 
Powell 

Bayley Charles A., Bayley's Sample 
Eooms 659 Clay, res 1214 Powell 

E., cardriver Sutter-st E. E., res 

1609 California 

George, (George Bayley & Co.) res 

533 Commercial 

George B., note clerk Bank of Cali- 
fornia, res Oakland 

George & Co., (George Bayley, Alfred 

Clark and William McLane) 
proptrs, Eailroad Lodging House, 
533 Commercial 

Thomas, boarding, 421 Dnimm 

Bayley W. F. «fe N. J., (W. F. Bayley) 
photogi-aphers, 526 Montgomery 

Bayley William F., (W. F. and N. 
J. Bayley) res 1206 Broadway 

BayUs A. W., physician, office 6 Mont- 
gomery, res 2006 Powell 

Bayly Charles A., di-uggist and apothe- 
cary, SE cor Howard and Sixth 

Bayma Eev J., professor St. Ignatius Col- 
lege, res 841 Market- 

Bayrane Bernard, saloon, res 8 Auburn 

Bayreuther Miss, piano teacher, res 253 
Stevenson 

G., tinsmith with Peter Abrahamson, 

res 273 Stevenson 

Bazadioly August, laborer California, House, 
624-626 CaHfornia 

Bazaine Louis, res 924 Pacific 

Bazan Ferdinand, physician surgical 
and medical institute, SE cor 
Twenty-first and Howard 

Baze John, contractor, res N s Bush bet 
Fillmore and Steiner 

Bazin J. Miss, dressmaker, res 655 Wash 

Louise Mme, matron children's home, 

res 1633 Mission 

Bazzuro Frank, restaurant and saloon, 105 
Pacific 

Beach and Paxton G. and S. Mining Co., 
Michael Landers, sec, 507 Mont 

Beach & Sulhvan, (C. W. Beach and J. P. 
Sullivan) gen^^ral agents Califor- 
nia Chemical Paint Co., 308 
Townsend 

Andrew, bartender with Geo. Green, 

Dunbar alley 

August, blacksmith with Phoenix 

Iron Works, res 81 Stevenson 

Carmi W., (Beach & Sullivan) rea 

Twenty-second bet Folsom and 
Shotwell 



COMMERCIAL IISUIIAIiCE CO, of CALIFORNIA. 



Office, 228 California St. 



BETHESDA 



WATER, the acknowledged Cure for DIABETES. 

DUNBAR & HENDRyT General Agents Pacific Coast, 



107 Stockton St. 



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Beach Charles J., carpenter, res NE cor 

Capp and Eighteenth 
Beach Chilion, bookseller and stationer, 

ticket agent for Yosemite, Big 

Trees and Geysers stage lines, 5 

Montgomery (Masonic Temple) 

res Grand Hotel 

E., widow, res 514 Sutter 

Gardiner E., telegraph operator, res 

NE cor Capp and Eighteenth 
George H., salesman with Mayrisch 

Bros. & Co., res St. Helena 
Henry H., accountant with WeUman, 

Peck & Co., res 214 Seventh 
Henry Martin, auditor's clerk, res 

1209 Taylor 

Horace, cashr U. S. Mint.res 534 Bush 

John, porter with Simon H. Tyler, 

res 1106 Mason 
Beach John C, proptr Adams House, 

537 Sacramento 
Thomas P., mining sec, 424 

Montgomery 
Tyler, president Cal Chemical 

Paint Co., res San Jose 

Zilpha Mrs., res 1324 Jackson 

Beadell C. G., carpenter, res 402 Broadway 
Beadle Donald, shipping and com mer 

and agent for Coos Bay, Crescent 

City, Port Orford and Point 

Arenas steamers, 106 Da^^s, res 

NW cor Fulton and Lagtina [see 

adv, page 34a] 
Beahan E., laborer Market-st K. E. Co. 
John, butcher with Wm. Coker, res 

E s Dolores nr Sixteenth 
Beahon F., tanner, res Fifteenth bet Guerrero 

and Dolores 



Beach 
Beach 



Thomas, laborer Pacific Boiling Mills 

Beakley Charles, clerk P. M. S. S. Co., res 
532 Geary 

John S., homoeopathic physician, 

office and res 532 Geary 
Beakly Absalon, chair-seater 221 Dupont 
Beal & Dopson, (William B. Beal and 
Henry Dopson) wines and liquors, 
NW cor Sacramento and Kearny 
Beal David, driver Portrero andB.V.K.R. Co 
Beal Nathaniel, furniture and uphol- 
sterer, 772-774 Howard 

Samuel, mattresses and bedding, 575 

Mission, res 40 Silver 
William, res 26 Perry 



Beal William B., (Beal & Dopson) res 
Kearny bet Pine and Bush 

William L., mattressmaker with 

Samuel Beal, res 40 Silver 

W. T., furniture, res 217 Third 



Bealan Richard, carrier Call, res 1317 Kearny 

Beale Charles, barber with Joseph F. Camp- 
bell, res St. Nicholas Hotel 

Charlotte, widow, res N s Chestnut 

nr Jones 

E. General, capitalist, res Occidental 

Hotel 



Beale Francis, gunsmith 346 Third 

J., bricklayer Palace Hotel 

John, machinist with Walkington & 

Kid, res 414 Folsom 

Richard, marblecutter with J. & A. 

Morris, res 414 Folsom 
Beale Street Warehouse, P. Ryan & Co., 
propts, cor Beale and Bryant 

— William, rigger, res rear 412 Folsom 

Beall Samuel W., observer U. S. signal sta- 
tion of observation, res 41 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Bealer Jacob, laborer, res 433 Vallejo 
Beales Emanuel, fruit and vegetables, 1102 
Folsom 

John T., stockbroker, res 1004 Hyde 

Beals C. R. Mrs., teacher girl's high school, 
res 1204 Leavenworth 

Charles W., pressman with J. H. 

Carmany & Co., res 2101 Cal 

Edward, clerk with Lachman & 

Sternfels, res 1506 Taylor 
Beals H. Channing, editor Com- 
mercial Herald and Market Re- 
view, res 2101 California 

John P., music engi-aver with M. 

Gray, res Alameda 
Beam Joel M., cook, res 303 Mason 
Beam P. G., general agent Michigan 
Central and Great Western Rail- 
roads, 140 Montgomery, res Lick 
House 
Beaman L., carpenter, res 618 California 

Orlando, hatter with C. J. Collins, 

res 321 Montgomery 
see Beeman 



Beamish A., laborer, Market-st R. R. Co. 

Jdhn, bootmaker with George Burk- 

hardt, res 714 Grove 

Beamish Percy, clothing and gent's 
furnishing goods. Nucleus build- 
ing, SE cor Market and Third, 
res 2130 Howard 

Bean Charles, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

David F., drayman with A. Mann & 

Co., res 232 Stevenson 

E. F., with James H. Deering, res 

30 Kearny 

George W., sailmaker with T. Reyn- 
olds, res 1011 Broadway 

James, Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 

John, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

John, cook with Donovan & O'Don- 

nell, res 277 Minna 

Joseph W., carpenter California Mills, 

res 146 Second 

Moses T., master bark Brontes, res 

1011 Broadway 

Redmond, stevedore, res 767 Howard 

Veniis, plumber with L. Hufschmidt 

& Bro., res cor Broadway and 
Taylor 

William, clerk, res 321 Sutter 

William, clerk, res 1110 Market 



N. W. SPAULDING, 



Manufacturer of Patent INSERTED TOOTH 

CIRCULAR SAWS, 17 and 19 Fremont St, 



GEO. W. CHAPiN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealer in all kinds of REAL ESTATE— MONEY LOANED. 



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Bean William, laborer, res Hibernia, near 
Islais creek 

William, teamster, res 35 Park av. 

see Biene — Bien 



Beanston George, secretarj' Board of Educa- 
tion, 22 City Hall, res 312 3^ Minna 
Jeanette, widow, res 312 J/^ Minna 

Peter, carriage blacksmith, res 13 

HoUis 
Bear Edwin M., machinist Union Iron Works 
Bear Solomon, money broker, 140 

Montgomerj-, res 1215 Polk 
Beard Charles A., miner, res Kevere House 
Frank, cabinetmaker with Kemp & 

Hoflfman, res 375 Jessie 
George, longshoreman, res N s 

Greenmch, bet Montgomery and 

Sansome 
Joseph E., mining secretary, office 

12 Stevenson building, res Revere 

House 
Michael, laborer Enterprise Mill, res 

N s Townsend, bet Third and 

Fourth 

Sarah Mrs., lodgings, 137 Third 

Sarah, widow, res 240 Townsend 

T. K.. res 439 Minna 



Beardsley Fred, architect, res 838 Mission 
George, sawyer with Pacific Barrel 

and Keg Co. 
James, jr., engineer with Pacific 

Commercial Co., 24 Sacramento, 

res 654 Minna 

John B. C, clerk, res 910 Taylor 

S. Mrs., res 316 O'Farrell 

see Beirdsley 

Bearsing James, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
Bearwald George, driver N. Y. Brewery, res 

719 Tehama 
Jacob, printer with E. Bosqui & Co., 

res 719 Tehama 
M., shoemaker, res 719 Tehama 



Beasey William, painter, res 236 Sutter 
Beasley E. C, A. B., principal Harv- 
ard school, Howard nr Second, 
res 420 Bryant 

George, moulder. Union Iron Works, 

res 535 Howard 

P. S., with A. J. Griffith, res 917 

Jones 

WiUiam, gardener, res 950 Bryant 

Beatie J. W., conductor Market-st E. R. Co. 
Beaton Angus, shipwright, res 164% Clara 

John J., Ship^iights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomerj' 

N., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Peter, shipwright, res 530 Folsom 

Beattie David, tailor with Alexander Mac- 
Beth, res 219 Minna 
Beattie-Emily Mrs., res 669 HaiTisou 

WiUiam, cook Asith Charles Haake, 

res 4 Central pi 
Beatty Chi-istopher, cardriver City E. E., 
res 31 Eleventh 



Beatty David, carpenter, res Park Hotel 

— — G., res 313 Jones 

— — — James, teamster, res Tenth av, bet 
Eaihoad and M 

John, salesman with Murphy, Grant 

& Co., res 31 Eleventh 

John, livery stable, res 35 Eleventh 

L., cai-penter, res 527 Sacramento 

Patrick, mattrassmaker, Cal Furni- 
ture Manfg Co., res 531 O'FarreU 

- — Samuel, shoemaker with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res 343 Jessie 

Samuel G., real estate, res 309 Jones 

Thomas, laborer, res McGrath's Hotel 

W. J., hackman, Plaza, res 307 Sutter 

Beau Ernst, cari^enter, 233 Fourth, res 533 

Bryant 
Henry, machine hand Cal Mills, res 

563 Mission 
Beauchamp Frederick, clerk ^vith S.Bine, 

res Windsor House 

L. O., printer, Sullivan's bldg 

Beauchemin Hypolite, res 6 Vincent 
Beauharnais — , widow, embroidery, res 1206 

Stockton 
Beauregard John, blacksmith, res 529 Va- 
lencia 

N., roUturner, Pacific Rolling Mills 

Beaver George W., capitalist, 414 California, 

res 1508 Taylor 

Henry, laborer, res rear 9 Eitch 

Nathan, bookkeeper with C. Klop- 

stock & Co., res 3273^ Third 

Samuel C, currency teller Bank of 

California, res 30 Post 
Beban Eocco, restaurant, 1140 Dui^ont, res 

1313 Kearny 
Bebecot J., pedler, res 11 Pinckney 
Becart P., basketmaker with V. Navlet, res 

123 Sansome 
Becasso Giovaui, laborer, res rear 1618 

Stockton 
Becher Henry, cook, res Ash av, bet Laguna 

and Buchanan 
Becherer Agnes Miss, music teacher, 811 

Union 
Becherer Charles F., map and chart 

mounter, 622 Clay, rooms 10-11 
Bechler Joseph H., mill hand with Deming, 

Palmer & Co., res 116 Sacramento 
Bechtel Max, bookkeeper with Otto Fauss & 

Co., res 219 Geary 
Bechtold Eugene, laborer, Bay Sugar Ee- 

finei-j' 
Becich D., (Papovich & Co.) 650 Sacra- 
mento 
Becii- Luca, cook with Scott & CartwTight, 

res 420 Jackson 
Beck A., cook, 608 Greenwich 
Adolph^s G., teacher of bookkeep- 
ing and accountant, 432 Montr 

gomerv 

Alfred, bookkeeper, res 737 Hai-rison 

Amanda Miss, res 136 Folsom 

Anton H., musician, res 809 Union 



NORCROSS & CO., ""*'■'* ^''"ori'iffS 



DESCRIPTION FOR ALL ORDERS. 



THOMPSON BROS. 



EUREKA, FOUNDRY. 

CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



129 and 131 BEALE STREET. 



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Beck August, gun and locksmith, 510 
Broadway 

Charles, laborer S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, res SW cor Larkin and 
Francisco 

David L., merchandise broker, of&ce 

405 Front, res 18 Stanley pi 

David L. jr., clerk with Jones & Co., 

res 18 Stanley place 

Edward, agent Howe Sewing Ma- 
chines, res 10 Powell 

Eugene B., (Jones & Co.) res 34 

Bincon pi 

F. E., bookkeeper with Howe Sewing 

Machine Co., res 10 Powell 

Frank, with Mountain & Bay, res 5 

Latham place 

Frederick, butcher, with Ph. New- 
man, res 506 Market 

George, machinist, Union Iron 

Works, res 533 Mission 

George, roller Pacific Boiling Mills 

Gottlob, gold and silver plater, 335 

Third 

Hans, master schr V. Alviso, oeffic 

305 East 

Beck Henry, (Dietle &B.) res 518 Jessie 

Henry, tanner, res San Bruno road, 

Paul tract 

Henry, tanner, res SW cor Twenty- 
third and Alabama 

Henry S., plasterer and whitener, 300 

Sutter, res 1127 Harrison 

Jacob, bricklayer, res E s Church nr 

Seventeenth 

James G., painter, res 351 Jessie 

John, res 607 Stockton 

John, driver, res 1115 Harrison 

John, driver Philadelphia Brewery, 

res 232 Second 

John, salesman with W. H. Godfrey, 

res Harrison bet Second and Third 

John G., laborer, res 25 Bincon pi 

Ludwig, clerk with Transatlantic In- 
surance Co. of Hamburg, res 
226% Oak 

M. G., res 3 Harriet 

Mary Louise, widow, res rear 136 

Folsom 

Nathaniel A., currier, E s Folsom bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Nicholas, policeman, res 156 Steuart 

Bobert, porter Morton House 

Boderl Miss, res rear 136 Folsom 

S. B., deck hand schr Selma, res 

Oriental Hotel 

Wallace, clerk with freight auditor C. 

P. B. B., res 304 Third 

Walter F., clerk with J. C. MerrUl 

& Co., res 18 Starftey pi 

William, field-note clerk U. S. Sur- 
veyor General's ofiice, res 304 
Third 

WiUiam, tinsmith with Thomas Ber- 
tram, res 136 Folsom 



William F. 
&Co., 



trunkmaker with A. Haas 
•es Folsom nr Nineteenth 
BeckedorfT G. H. C, res 38 Buss 
Beckenbough Sarah, widow, res 214% Sixth 
Becker & Co., (William Becker) basket 
manufaeturer, SE cor Post and 
Kearny 
Becker & Fischer, (J. W. Becker and George 

Fischer) saloon, 1134 Market 
Becker «fe Jacoby, (H. Becker and J. 
Jacoby) dry and fancy goods, 302 
Third 
Becker Albert, bricklayer, res 902 Filbert 

B. Adolph, capitalist, 418 Kearny, 

res 808 California 
Bros., (Diedi-ich and Charles 
H. Becker) groceries and Liquors, 
SE cor Sutter and Leavenworth, 
and SE cor Turk and Larkin 
;per, carriage trimmer, 820 Fol- 
som, res W s Buchanan, cor Iva 



Becker 



Casper, tannery, E s San Bruno road, 

nr Twenty-eighth 

Charles, butcher with Wm. Wetzel, 

• res SE cor Minna and Seventh 
Charles, cabinetmaker with Luch- 

singer & Son, res 132 Seventh 
Becker Charles H., (Becker Bros.) 

res SE cor Turk and Larkin 
Becker Diedrich, (Becker Bros.) res 

NW cor California and Leaven- 
worth 
Frank, porter with Weil, Cahn & Co., 

res Pacific nr Jones 
Frank A., salesman with M. Schloss, 

res 812 Powell 
Frederick W., butcher, 1117 Mission, 

res 115 Seventh 
Frederick W., cigars and tobacco, 705 

Davis 

George, carpenter, res Heinz' Hotel 

George, cook, res 13 Harlan pi 

Gustave J., porter with Louis Taus- 
sig & Co., res 142 Bose av 
Becker Henry, (Becker & Jacoby) res 

915 Howard 

Henry Mrs., res 528 Linden 

Hermann, confectioner, Saulmann's 

restaurant, res cor Eighth and 

Lafayette pi 
Becker John H., (Kahrs &B.) res 923 

Sutter 
Joseph, crockery, SW cor Sutter and 

Dupont 

Jost, sped policeman, res Hinckley pi 

J. E., clerk with Kahrs & Becker, 

res 923 Sutter 

J. F., res 510 Mason 

J. W., (Becker & Fischer) res rear 

313 Geary 
Louis, baker, American Bakery, 715 

Pacific 
Lucas, waiter, res White House Hotel 



C.P.VANSCHAACK&CO. 



MERCHANDISE BROKERS and COMMISSION 
, Merchants, 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 716 Kearny st. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, REAL ESTATE AGENT, 



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BEE 



Becker L., liquor saloon, SE cor Montgom- 
ery and Clay, res NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 

Becker ^lartin H. IV., gi-oceries and 
liquors, NE cor Jessie and Fom-th 

Michael, bakery, 246 Sutter 

M. Eudolpli E., capitalist, res 808 

California 

Nicholas, i^orter with Eothschild & 

Ehrenpfort. res cor Gough and 
OTarrell 

Becker Otto F., proptr Prescott House, 
SW cor Kearny and Montgomery 
av 

Peter, (Eisert & B.) res 216 Steven- 
son 

Peter, bootmaker vnth Kohde & Peck, 

res 526 Vallejo 

William, bakery, NE cor Clay and 

Mason 

WiUiam, (Becker k Co.) res 236 

Stevenson 

Becker IVilliaiu, groceries and liquors, 
NW cor Spear and Mission 

Beckett Mary Miss, seamstress, res 17 
Church 

Samuel A., draughtsman ^sath H. J. 

Booth & Co., res Oakland 

Beckett Solomon, bootblack and white- 
washer, 39 Geary, res 30 Everett 

S., cook, stmr Empire, res 30 Everett 

Beckhart Frank, tinsmith ^vith Freeman & 
Wrin, res 346 Third 

Beckhoflf Fritz, mariner, res 127 Jackson 

Beckhusen Henry G., clerk with H. Vonath, 
res 420 O'Farrell 

Beckler & Daiss, (J. Conrad Beckler and 
Edmund Daiss), beer and billiard 
saloon, NW cor Kearny and Bush 

J. Conrad, (B. & Daiss) res 252 Te- 



Beckmanu Bros., (J. N. and P. W. 

Beckmann) groceries and liquors 

NE cor Mission and Fourteenth 
Claus, clerk with Wolters & Co., res 

933 Post 

F., carpenter, res 420 Grove 

Henry, laborer, res rear 980 Harrison 

Beckmann John, groceries and Uquors 

NE cor Geai-y and William, res 

714 Geary 
Beckmann J. N., (Beckmann Bros.) res 

1855 Mission 
Beckmann P. W., (Beckmann Bros.) 

res 1855 Mission 
William, (Otten & B.) res SE ore 

Dupont and Vallejo 
, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 
Beckstedt William, hamessmaker -with Main 

& Winchester, res 438 Brannan 
Beckwith Elliot, boatbuilder with Joseph 

Gihnan, res 532 Washington 
James, messenger with Wells, Fargo 

& Co., res 416 Post 



Beckwith John W., policeman, res 565 Te- 
hama 
Beck-n-ith Mining Co., (Pioche, Nev.) Wm. 

H. Watson, sec, 302 Montgomery 
— — Samuel L., boatbuilder, Clark bet 

Drumm and Davis, res 105 Hayes 
Becraft A. T., blacksmith with J. P. Locke, 

res 102 Dora 
Becurl FeUx, basketmaker with V. Navlet 

206 Leidesdorfi- 
Bedbui-y James M., plasterer, res 630 Minna 
Bedell D. C, barkeeper with E. ChamberUn, 

res Overland House 
Wilham, engineer, res E s Mission av 

bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Bederf Ferdinand, laborer, res San Jose road 

rear Bernal Station 
Bee A. W. Mrs., adjiister coiners' dept U. S. 

Mint, res St. James House 

Camille, tailor, 1023 D\ipont 

Frederick A., capitahst, res 621 

Leavenworth 

Joseph, policeman, res 921 PoweU 

Theodore, assaver with Selby Smelt- 
ing Co., res' 1028 Dupont 
Beebe Charles H., shipwTight P. M. S. S. 

Co. 

E. L., carpenter, res 512 Howard 

Edwin B., carpenter, res 512 Howard 

Joseph J., compositor Chronicle, res 

55 Second 

P. laborer, res Berry Street House 

Wallace, barber, res 133 Clara 

Wilham, packer with Cutting & Co., 

res 3 Bm-cham pi 
Beecher George, turner, res 226 Eitch 
Beeching Eobert, agt Cahfornia Prison Com- 
mission, office 302 Montgomery, 

res 1016 Taylor 
Beecrpft John T., lumber surveyor, res SE 

cor Twenty-third and Utah 
Beegan John, salesman with Fratinger & 

Noll, 10 Montgomery 
Beekman Charles W., seaman, res 125 Sac- 
ramento 
Beeman William, res 730 Gearj- 
Beer Bernard, trunkmaker \dth. J. Corin, 

res cor Davis and Washington 
• Frank, saloon SE cor Fourth and 

Mission, res 34 Fourth 

Henry, res rear 334 Third 

Beermann H., cooper Pacific DistiUing and 

Eefining Co. 

Louis, cook, res W s Long Bridge 

Beers B., dentist 230 Kearny, res Windsor 

House 
Charles, cabinetmaker, res rear 262% 

Clementina 
— C. H., cabinetmaker with E. & L. 

Emanuel, res 228 Clementina 
H. M., res 319 Bush 



Beesey Joseph A., French and Spanish in- 
terpreter pohce dept, res 309 
Powell 

Beesly George, bricklayer Palace Hotel 



R. J. TRUMBULL 



DEALER IN 



BULBS, SEEDS, TREES, etc., 427 SANSOME ST. 



SHIRTS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING, GOOD^^^^^ 



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Beeson Fred P., di-ayman with J. M. Goewey 

& Co., res 418 Austin 
Beeston — , res 213 Minna 
Beevan Isaac, porter with Schoenfield & 

Kutz, res 421 Sacramento 
Beez Frederick, boot and shoemaker 315 

Bnsh, res 708 Pine 
Befada G., pedler, res 20 Ohio 
Befort Charles, yardman Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Begar Charles, silversmith with Schnltz & 

Fischer, res 180 Stevenson 
Begello Francisco, laborer, res 12 Union pi 
Begley Catherine, laundi-ess, res 55 Minna 
Begerole Lewis, pressman with Mahon, 

Thomas & Co., res NE cor Jack- 
son and Hyde 
Beggs Ellen Mrs., gi-oceries and liquors 122 

WilUam 
• James, engineer S. F. Gaslight Co., 

res 847 Howard 
Begin Joseph, butcher Constitution Hotel, 

res 553 First 
Begley Michael, Milkman, res W s Sherman 

m- Seventeenth 
Beglin Hugh, longshoreman, res 54 Sacra- 
mento 
Begtihl Adolph F., fresco, house and 

sign painter, SE cor Folsom and 

Twenty-fifth 
Behan Edward, brushmaker with Feldmann, 

Simpson & Co., res Gates, B. H. 

Edward, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Fenton, tanner. Fifteenth, bet Giier- 

rero and Dolores, res 1239 Mission 
Francis, brushmaker with Feldmann, 

Simpson & Co., res Gates, B. H. 
James, house painter, res N s Twen- 
ty-third nr Columbia 

Mon-is, laborer, res 47 Louisa 

Patrick, laborer, res 47 Louisa 

William, clerk with Kennedy & Durr, 

res Stockton, bet Powell and 

Mason 
Behlow Charleii!* J., (H. Liebes & 

Co.) res 40 Twelfth 
Emil, furrier, with H. Liebes & Co., 

res 40 Twelfth 
William, upholsterer -^ith Chas. M. 

Plum & Co., res 416 O'FarreU 
Behn Ann Mrs., res 139 Shipley 

James, compositor, res 139 Shipley 

Walter B., bookkeeper with Tillman 

<fe Bendel, res 632 Broadway 
Behnemann A Co., (Henry Behne- 

mann and Martin Joost) groceries 

and liquors, SW cor Taylor and 

O'FaiTeU 
Behnemann Henry, (Behnemauu & 

Co.) res SW cor Taylor and 

'Fan-ell 
Behnke Alfred, seaman, res 29 Pacific 
Emma Miss, music teacher, office 

123 Post, res 325 Sixth 
Fi-ederick, laborer with Funcke & 

Co., res 937 Bryant 



Behnke John, cabinetmaker with Koppen- 

burg <fe Klatt, res 325 Sixth 
Behi' Andrew M., varnisher, res 542 Folsom 

A. M., cabinetmaker -vvith Gilbert & 

Moore, res 431 Pine 

A. M., watchman West End 

Hans, draughtsman with H. J. Booth 

& Co., res cor Bryant and Fifth 
Herman H., physician, res 656 Bryant 

Otto, porter with H. Brickwedel & 

Co., res Cook, nr Cliflf House rd 
Behre Frederick, foreman with E. Guittard 
& Co., res SE cor Turk and 
Larkin 

Robert L., clerk with Doyle & Bar- 
ber, res SE cor Larkin and Turk 
Behrendt H. & Co., (Herman Behrendt and 
Michael Long) maniifactiu-ers of 
trunks, vahses and traveUng bags, 
salesroom 513 Market, factory 
Townsend, bet Third and Fourth 

Herman, (H. Behrendt <fe Co.) res 

805 EUis 
WoKe, boots and shoes, 58 Third, 

res 1050 Howard 
Behrens & Bohling, (Frederick Beh- 

rens and Henry Bohling) grocers 

cor Potrero av and Twenty-fourth 

& Bro., (John & F.) groceries and 

liquors, 213 Dupont 
Behre ns A., machinist Union Iron Works, 

res 924 Stockton 

Carl, seaman, 5 Jackson 

Charles, clerk with Frederick Mohi-- 

mann, res 501 Broadway 
Diedi-ich, laborer CaUfornia Sugar 

Eefinery, res Potrero av, near 
' Sixteenth 
Beliveni^ Frederick, (Behrens & Bro, 

and Behi-ens & Bohling) res 

Twenty-fourth and Potrero av 
Frederick, groceries and Uqiiors, SW 

cor Twenty-foui-th and Howard 
F. William, second officer with P. M. 

S. S. Co. 

George, liquors, res 333 Sixth 

H. C. F., physician, 215 Kearny, res 

438 Hayes 

Harry, seaman with J. B. Piper 

James, commission merchant, 504 

Battery, res Saiicelito 
John, (Behrens & Bro.) res 213 

Dupont 
. John, bootmaker with Frederick 

Beez, res 42 Everett 
John, laborer, res SW cor Nineteenth 

and Capp 
John, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
John G., cabinetmaker with Field & 

Frei, res Green nr Dupont 

Johannes, boatman, res 41 Jackson 

Joseph, laborer, res 1609 Mason 

W., captain, res 212 Grove 



E. P. FELLOWS k CO., 



Sole Agents for FRITZCHE, SCHIMMEL & CO.'S 
ESSENTIAL OILS and FLAVORING EXTRCTS. 



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434 MONTGOMERY STREET. 



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Behringer Clii-is, tl•lmknlaker^^•ithD. S. Mar- 
tin & Co., lesBiyant bet Twenty- 
foiirth and Twenty-lifth 

Henry, brassfinisher Electrical Con. 

and Main. Co., res 621 Pine 

Behrmann Frederick, bakery, 1218 Powell 

Heni-y, cabinetmaker ■n-ith Pacific U. 

N. Furniture Mnfg Co., res 824 
Harrison 

Louis, barkeeper with G. C. W. Heuer 

res SE cor Steiiart and Howard 

Mary, midwife, res 824 Harrison 

T. B., cabinetmaker, res 824 Harris'n 



Beich Bridget, domestic, 370 Clementina 
Beicke Louis, blacksmith, res 344 Shipley 
Beidel George, cabinetmaker with E. ct. L. 

Emanuel, res 522 Filbert 
Beig John, res 52% Stevenson 
Beighle George W., salesman with Schlueter 

,t Yolberg, res 1018 Hyde 
Beiler J., laborer Pac Dis and Eef Co. 
Beilles John, barber with Frank Lucua, res 

815 Stockton 
Beine John, laborer Cal Sugar Kefinerj', res 

Brannan nr Sixth 
Beinert David, bootmaker, N s Sixteenth bet 

Mission and Valencia 
Beirdsley George, sa^syer, res SW cor Bran- 
nan and Seventh 
Beirdsley J. R., ex-purser P. M. S. S. 

Colima, res 311 Stockton 
Beirne Patrick, proptr Empire Hotel, 

311-313 Pacific 
Beisel & Cook, (Jacob Beisel and Nelson 

Cook) tannery, Es Mississippi nr 

Mariposa 
Jacob, (Beisel it Cook) res N E cor 

Mississippi nr Mariposa 
Bekeart Charles, blacksmith with Z. H. Cun- 
ningham, res 346 Thii-d 

J. F., hardware, 346 Third 

Belando Pietro. wood and coal, 1208-1210 

PoweU 
Belasco Abraham, merchant, res 174 Clara 
Belaii Hugo, watchmaker with Wenzel & 

Hartman, res 1317 Kearny 
Otto, clerk -n-ith Greenebaum <fe Co., 

res 1317 Kearny 
Belbeck Heniy T., carpenter, res 527 Sac 
Belcher Frederick P., di-ayman 318 Battery, 

res Oakland 
Belcher S. M. Co., (Storey Co., Nev.) H. 

C. Kibbe, sec, 419 California 
Belcken Theodore, carpenter stmr General 

McClellan, res 5 Jackson 
Belcner Wilham, gilder with M. D. Nile, res 

1924 Mason 
BelcoTir Jiiles, chancellor of Consulate Genl 

of France, office 436 Jackson, res 

111 FrankUn 
3elden Block, SW cor Mont and Bush 
Belden Charles, bricklayer, res 613 Mission 
Belden E. S., shorthand reporter Foui-th 

District Court, 637 Kearny, res 

Oakland 



Belden F. C, capitalist, 507 Montgomery, 

res 514 Bush 
Hemy K., (Mayer & B.) res Oak- 
land 
Joseph W., bookkeeper National Gold 

Bank and Trust Co., res 1020 

Geary 
Josiah, real estate, 320 Sansome, res 

San Jose 

M. S., widow, res 510 Mason 

Truman, Shipwi-ights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Belderson Charles, seaman, res 26 Sac 
Belduke Emma, saleswoman, 726 Market 

Francis Mrs., lodgings, 783 Market 

Belduke Joseph, wagonmaker and 

blacksmith S s Oregon bet Front 

and Davis, res 783 Mai-ket 
Beleau Michael, tailor, res 1317 Kearnj' 
Belena Sarah, widow, res ld% Eousch 
Belezia Domingo, musician, res 605 B'dway 
Belfrage Charles, waiter -nith J. B. Haggin, 

res 1250 Taylor 
Belgi-ave Richard B., receiver N. B. and 

Mission E. R. Co. 
Belhorome F., copi^ersmith, 1604 Stockton 
BeUnge F. A. A., physician St. Mary's Hos- 
j pital, res 938 Mission 

Belitzer J., salesman ^\•ith E. Cohu & Co., 
j res 225 Montgomery 

I Beljick Louis seaman, res 134 Steuart 
j Belknap Da\'id P., (Winans & B.) atty-at- 
I law, res 504 Powell 

! Bell «fc Co., (George H. BeU), books sta- 

tionerv and p'dicals, 639 Kearny 
' Bell «fc Regaii, (J. E. Regan and A. F. 
I BeU) auction and commission 

merchants, 3 PoweU 
Bell Abraham, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 
! King Street House 
Alexander D., editor Evening Post, 

res Saucelito 
Bell Amory F., (BeU & Regan) res 2609 

Sacramento 

Augustus, porter, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Charles, laborer. Palace Hotel 

Charles, steward of Hose No. 1, S. F. 

F. D., 112 Jackson 
Charles E., shipwright, ShipwTights' 

Assn, 71 New Moutgomerj- 
Charles Henry, porter with Smithson 

& Wtu-d, res 419 Clementina 
Daniel P., entry clerk with Tobin, 

Davisson & Co., res cor Octavia 

and Ftdton 

David, blacksmith, res 217 Second 

David, machinist, res 44 Clementina 

David, tailor with F. Wilton, res 415 

Powell 
David B., fish, 29 Grand Central 

Market, res 502 Stevenson 

Ellen Mrs., ladies' nmse, 1011 Pacific 

Emma D. Miss, res 451 Tehama 

E. J. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 833 



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DUNBAR & HENDRY, General Agents Pacific Coast, 107 Stoci(ton 



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Bell F. Vinton, clerk with W. H. L. Barnes, 

res 735 Harrison 
George, scenic painter, Bella Union 

Theater, res S s Pleasant, near 

Jones 
Bell George H., (Bell & Co.) 639 

Kearny 
George H. Jr., clerk -with Bell & Co., 

639 Kearnj^ 
George W., clerk -with M. L. McDon- 
ald, res 1011 Pacific 
Henrj-, laborer, U. S. Mint, res rear 

524 Tm-k 
Henry, tinsmith with J. Ahlbach, res 

13 Yerona 

Heni-y, gardener, res 1622 Mission 

James, gents' furnishing goods, 932 

Market, res 747 Howard 

James, tailor, res 415 Powell 

James H., barber, res 833 Clay 

John, barber, res 244 Clementina 

John, carpenter, 530 Pacific 

John, plumber -with J. H. O'Brien, 

res 36 Tehama 

John, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

John B., barber -with George Held, 

res 242 Clementina 
Bell Jobn C, auction and commission 

merchant, importer and dealer in 

carjDets, fiu'niture, -window shades, 

oil cloths, etc., 524 Market, res 

502 Greenwich 
John C. jr., salesman -with John C. 

Bell, res 502 Green-wich 
John P., atty-at-law, 21 Court blk, 

636 Clay, res 220 Steiner 
John W., clerk forwd dept "Wells, 

Fargo & Co., res 508 Third 

Lotta E. Miss, res 1246 Howard 

M. K., -widow, res 10% Eousch 

Otto, roofer -with H. G. Fiske, res 7 

Dikeman pi 
Peter, painter, res Willow av, bet 

Van Ness and Franklin 

Philip, tinner, res 441 Fulton 

Bell Philip A., editor and proptr Ele- 
vator, 616 Battery 

Robert, upholsterer, 410 Hayes 

Bobert, district ofiicer. Custom House, 

res 1246 Howard 
Eobert, folder Occidental Laundry, 

res Filbert bet Gough and Octa-via 

Eobert, seaman, 54 Sacramento 

Samuel E., foreman sash and blind 

department Enterprise MiU, res 

710 Folsom 

Samuel, carpenter, res 421 Bush 

Thomas, (Ban-on & Co.) res 1107 

Bush 

Thomas, hostler, res 304 To-wnsend 

Thomas, porter with M. Heller & 

Bro., res 10 Garden 

Thomas, roofer with H.G. Fiske 

Thomas, stevedore -with A. C. Freese 

Thomas H., nurse, res 607 Powell 



Bell William, res 15 Sutter 

Wilham, barber with George Niche 

las, res NE cor Sixteenth an 

Valencia 

■ William, barkeeper, 805 Washingto 

AVilliam, bricklayer, res S^V cor Mon 

gomery and Broadway 
William, compositor Call, res Ove 

land House 
Wilham, engineer Folsom Laundrj 

res SE cor Sixteenth bet Valenci 

and Second av 

— ■ William, heater Pacific EoUing Mil 

William, laborer with P. M. S. S. C( 

WiUiam, laborer Pacific Oil and Lea 

Works, res NE cor Folsom an 

Fremont 
William, salesman -with Cutting 

Co., res 137 Natoma 
William, ship-wi-ight, res SE oca 

Butte and Minnesota 
William, ship-m.-ight, res Green-wic 

m- Polk 

William, stevedore, res rear 30 Wels 

William, waiter stmr Los Angeles 

Bell William H., stationer and tc 

dealer, 4 Sixth, res 519 Stevensc 

Wilham H., res 514 Valencia 

William J., engineer Union Foundr; 

res NE cor Mont, and Filbert 

see Belle 

Bella Union Theatre, Samuel Tetlow, propt 

803-805 Kearny 
Bellasco John, laborer -with N. Eogers & Cc 

res 1115 Stockton 
Bellay Francis, res 718 Greenwich 
Belle .Manuel, longshoreman C. P. E. 

Co., res Lisbon House 
Bellemere Adolphe, (Levy &B.) r 

111 Powell 

Anna B., -widow, res 1163 Mission 

Augustus, (Frontier, B. & Co.) r 

427 Bush 
Bellentine Henry, ship-^iTight, Ship-wrighi 

Assn, 71 New Montgomery 
Bellermann Emil, bookkeeper Merchant 

Exchange Bank, res Oakland 
BeUet August, cook Maisou Doree 
Bellett Elizabeth, res 546% Natoma 
George, clerk with Martin, Feusier 

Steffani, res 546% Natoma 
John E., dairj' produce, Californ 

Market, res 546% Natoma 
Bellevue Mining Co. (Placer Co., Cal.) 

F. Verdenal, sec, 409 Californ 
Bellew John, res 18 Ohio 

James, upholsterer, res 18 Ohio 

Peter, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Thomas, porter with J. W. Davidsi 

& Co., res 225 Minna 
Belli Angelo, with Novella & Pitto, 

Hotel d'ltaha 
BeUing Gustave, seaman, res 5 Jackson 
Bellingall Charles, clerk -with Ha wley. Bow 

& Co., res 737 Howard 



N. W. SPAULDING. 



Manufacturer of Patent INSERTED TOOTH 

CIRCULAR SAWS, 17 and 19 Fremont 



EO. W. CHAPIN, 434 Montgomery Street, 



HAS BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATF. 



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Jellingall Peter W., deputy surveyor, Custom 

House, res Oaklaud 
lellingham Bay Coal Co., P. B. Cornwall, 
President, E s Spear bet Folsom 
and Howard 
$ellisle Francis N., master carbiailder S. P. 
E. E., res W s Bryant bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth 
tollman Oliver P., painter, res 1023 Kearny 
■ Vincent, roiiemaker, res W s Ken- 
tucky bet Sierra and Nevada 
Jellmer Frederick L., res 723 Natoma 
$elloc Benjamin (Belloc Freres) res Paris 
Freres, (Benjamin Belloc, Irene Bel- 
loc, Henry Barroilhet and Gus- 
tave Dussol) bankers and agents 
General Transatlantic Co. and 
French Bottomry Bond Co., 524 
Montgomery (Paris, 78 Eue de 
Courcelles) 
Irene, (Belloc Freres) res Paris 
,ow v., fruit and vegetable dealer, res rear 
642 Jesse 
allows Carlos D., tinsmith with J. J. Vas- 
concellos, res 730 Natoma 

j Edward St. John, bookkeeper U. S. 

Sub-Treasury, res Windsor House 
ellstead John, engineer Cal. Sugar Eefin- 

ery, res 8 Decatur 
ellue Camille, with Lenormand Bros., res 

SW cor Dupont and Pine 
ielinont S. M. Co., A. H. Bogart sec, 

office 402 Montgomery 
elner Louis, plumber, res 22 Louisa 
elodo Victoriano B., porter with Knoechel 

& Brand, res 1110 Stockton 
elshaw M. "W., miner, res 109 Montgomery 
islt Alfi'ed M. jr., assistant bookkeei^er with 
Chas. Clavton & Co., res 1008 Bush 
F. F., res 409 Pacific 
Thomas W., bookkeeper Brooklyn 
Hotel 

elton Philip M., clerk with S. F. and Pa- 
cific Eef. Co., res 408 Shipley 
William, solicitor with Howe Ma- 
chine Co 
jllville Eli, broommaker with Gillespie & 

Zan, res 456 Natoma 
3lz John, barber with C. K. Zimmer, res 15 

Powell 
Izer August, baker, res 609 Pacific 
jmbower Philip, carpenter, res 421 Bush 
>mis A. Miss, res Clarendon House 

Charles C, U. S. supervising in- 
spector steam vessels, office, U. 
S. Court bldg, res 449 Bryant 
James, magazine keeper Cal. Powder 
Works, res Harbor View 
immen Henry, teamster, res 2 Washington 
av 
i|enard Auguste F., wines, liquors and 
cigars, NE cor Howard and Fifth 
Samuel, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 
fijnavides Alfred, tinsmith with Locke & 
Montague, res 5 August alley 



Benchley lieonidas B., (Linforth, 
Kellogg & Co.) manager Pacific 
Eolling Mill Co., res 1019 Cal. 

Bender J. J., lavindryman. Lick House 

Bendel B. & Co., (Bernhard Bendel 
and H. P. Diiffy) Empire Match 
Factory, office 520 Front, factory 
cor Eleventh and Harrison 

Bendel Bernhard, (B. Bendel & Co.) 
res Clarendon House 

Bendel Hermann, (Tillman & B.) res 
Oakland 

Bender Charles, importer and dealer 
in leather and shoe findings, 42 
Geary 

F. W., waiter with Emerson Corville 

& Co., res Coso House 

Jacob A., contractor, res 1215 Clay 

Joseph, baker, res 619 Pacific 

Josiah P., bricklayer, res 623 Third 

Louis, cook, 213 Sutter 

• — — Thomas L., bricklayer, res 1215 Clay 

William, waiter, res 650 Mission 

William A., clerk with E. G. Dun & 

Co., res 1215 Clay 

Bendit Herman, asst fire marshal, res 747 
Market 

Louis, barber, res SW cor Octavia 

and Union 

Morris, expressman, res S s Post bet 

Octavia and Gough 

Samuel, furniture and bedding 747 

Market 

Bendon Michael, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Bendt Henry, seaman, res 123 Jackson 

William, prop Minerva House 123 

Jackson 

Benecke & Mangels, (John Benecke and H. 
M. C. Mangels) gi-ocers, SW cor 
Mason and Clay 

H. D., grocery cor Pinckney pi and 

Broadway 

John, (Benecke & Mangels) res SW 

cor Clay and Mason 

Benedict & Co., (C. S. Bene lict) furnishing 
goods 3 Second 

Courtland S., (Benedict & Co.) res 

Valencia bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 

Charles V., bookkeeper, res 737 

Howard 

Cornelius W., student medical dept 

University of Cahfornia, res 737 
Howard 

Edward L., salesman with Weaver & 

Taylor, res 209 Powell 

Jacob, refiner S. F. assaying and re- 
fining works, res Castro bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 

Sophia S. Miss, artist, studio 23 

Kearny, res 725 Cahfornia 

William Amos, master mariner, res 

737 Howard 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 



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Benedetti Luigi, wood and coal 510 Green 

Benehan Henry, hostler with McCord & 
Malone, res 173 Clara 

Benet Frangois, lalDorer Lick House 

Joseph, cook Lick House 

Benevides Antonio, foreman with A. Eamon, 
res Green 

Benham Calhoun, atty-at-law, office 1 Mont- 
gomery Block, res 420 First 

■ John A., mining operator 24 Mer- 
chants' Exchange, res 26 Turk 

Benhan Joseph, laborer, res 313 Tehama 

Benhayon Jacob, salesman with Livingston 
& Co., res 44 Third 

Benjamin & Strasser, (T. S. Benjamin and 
Leopold Strasser) poultry and 
game 74 and 75 Center Market 

A. F., Mining Society, office 430 Cal- 
ifornia, res 1355 Post 

Alfred, carriage trimmer with John F. 

Van Court, res 1355 Post 

A. E., apprentice with Frank East- 
man, res 1355 Post ■ 

Charles, mariner, res 109 Silver 

Charles E., salesman with Crane, Has- 
tings & Co., res 219 Shotwell 

Edward C, porter mth Crane, Has- 
tings & Co., res 215 Kearny 

G. B., broommaker with Frederick 

Clay, res 27% Fourth 

Henry A., Pacific Congress Waters 

162 New Montgomery, res Euss 
House 

Jacob, capitalist, office 430 California, 

res 1355 Post 

Joseph, glazier, res 1113 Harrison 

Benjamin Mill & Mining Co., (Lyon, Nev.) 
L. Leavitt, sec, 401 California 

Benjamin M. H., stockbroker, office 430 Cal- 
ifornia, res 1355 Post 

Melchior 0., widow, res 737 Harrison 

Thaddeus S., (Benjamin & Strasser) 

res 212 Austin 

William K., clerk, res 32 Jessie 

Mrs., lodgings, 749 Market 

Benkam Jacob, milker with William Hall, 
res E s San Jose road, 5% miles 
from City Hall 

Benkelmann Adam, saloon, NE cor Ninth 
and Eailroad avs, South S. F., 
res Fifteenth av bet P and Q, 
South S. F. 

Benn George, teamster, res 119 Bernard 

James, teamster Hibernia brewery, 

735 Clementina 

Benn John E., physician and surgeon, 
office 23 Kearny, res 1109 Post 

Benn John S., (Bergin & B.) res 250 
Perry 

Thomas, teamster Hibernia brewery, 

res 735 Clementina 

Bennan John, boatman, res 82 Francisco 

Martin, porter with Neustadter Bros., 

res 5 Lafayette pi 

Benner Felix, cigarmaker, res 762 Brannan 



Benner Frederick M., melter U. S. Mint, 

Oakland 

George L., shipwright, res 324 Bes 

H., laborer with P. M. S. S. Co. 

Bennet Charles A., druggist with 

W. Bennet, res 1018 Washingt 
Bennet H. W., druggist andapothecai 

21 Third 
John, clerk, res San Bruno ro£ 

Paul tract 
Bennett & Co., (Alfred and Henry B.) pai: 

ers and whiteners, 808 Market 
Bennett & Page, (E. H. Bennett, Hei 

and Wilfred Page) general co 

mission merchants, 304 Davis 
Bennett Alfred, (Bennett & Co.) res 

Folsom 
Alfred Ed., blindmaker Enterpr 

Mill, res Oakland 
Anthony J., carriage painter 

J. B. Harrington, res 510 Missi 

A. P., bookkeeper, res 516 Filbert 

Brady, shoemaker with Calesher 

Jacobs, res cor Fourth and Fols 

Charles, waiter, res 213 Sutter 

Bennett Charles D., (Newman & 

res 701 Post 

Edward, bricklayer, res 249 Minnj 

Edward, baker, S. F. Cracker 

res 438 Green 
Emma Miss, matron St. Luke's 

pital, res St. Luke's hospi 

Bernal Heights 
Frederick, rigger, Eigger and Ste 

dore's Assn, 429 Pacific 
Bennett Frederick, saloon, 230 Br 



George, laborer with F.. D. Conrc 

Son 

George, laborer, res 206 Clara 

George, painter with Donovan 

Hayes 
George, (J. E. Bennett & Co.) 

salesman with Martin, Feusie 

Steffani, res 546% Natoma 

George C, waiter with J. Andei 

George W., salesman, res 128 Tur 

Bennett Grace P., landscape artist, 

528 Stevenson 

Harry E., compositor, res 13 Ver 

Henrietta, pianoforte teacher, 

Sixth 
Henry, clerk with Edwarcjs & Loi 

res 236 Turk 

Henry C. Mrs., res 39% Moss 

Henry, janitor Industrial school 

Henry M., operator A. and P. 1 

graph Co., res 326 Geary 

H. W., music teacher, res 908 Cla 

James B., sheetiron worker 

Francis Smith & Co., re 

Fourth 

John, hostler, 1505 Folsom 

John, weaver, res Francisco nr La:l 



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Merchants, 70^,708, 710, 712, 714, 716 Kearl 



SEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealer in all kinds of REAL ESTATE- 



MONEY LOANED. 



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Bennett James E., propr Pacific GlassWorks, 
cor Iowa and Mariposa, office 51-i 
Washington 

John K., (J. E. Bennett & Co.) res 

546% Natoma 

J. R. & Co., (John E. Bennett and 

George Bennett) eggs and butter, 
35-36 California Market 

Joseph, cook New Franklin House 

Joseph, cook U, S. stmr Shubrick 

Joe, laborer, res Hunter's point 

■ M., widow, res 2322 Folsom 

; Mary Mrs.., jxroiitr Bennett's laxmdi-y 

555 Bryant 

Mary E. Miss, teacher Valencia-st 

grammar school, res 2322 Folsom 

Morris, laborer, res N s Bush bet 

Gough and Franklin 

Eobert H. (Bennett & Page) 515 

Oakland 
Nathaniel, atty-at-law, room 73 Mont- 
gomery block, res 1216 Howard 

Samuel, miner, res 2017 Mission 

, Sanford S., bookkeeper with Grover & 

Baker Sewing Machine Co., res 
19 EUis 

Sophia S. Mrs, fui-nished rooms, 515 

Stockton 
Thomas, physician, office 620 Mar- 
ket, res 716 Pine 
T. N., bricklayer Palace Hotel 
WiUiam, barkeeper with Terrell k 

Chapman, res 613% Stockton 
William, brakeman S. P. E. E. Co. 
William, clerk, res 423 Tehama 
William, compositor Golden Era 
William, first asst engineer P..M. S. 

S. Co. 
WiiUam, plumber, res 1015 Clay 
William, physician, res 452 Sixth 
— , cabinetmaker, res 216 Stockton 
Benning F. E., res 1114 Webster 
Bennink Adrian W., printer with H. S. 

Crocker »t Co., res 517 Pine 
Bennticlich Hem-y, real estate, res W s Am- 
herst nr Henry, University Mound 
3enoit Amedee J., printer, res 420 Jackson 
!Mrs. C, importer and dealer ladies' 
iinderwear, 631 Sacramento 
Jem-ims Joseph, stockbroker, res 615 Kearny 
Jensch William J., carriage painter with 
Walter Welsh, res 1528 Stockton 
Jensen Chi-istian, seamen, res 39 Pacific 

Ed., laborer Cal Sugar Eefinery, res 
HaiTison bet Seventh and Eighth 
Sensen Henry, (Bremer & Co.) res 770 

Bryant 
Jenser Michael, packer with W. E. Dietrich, 
res Mont bet Jackson and Pacific 
Jensinger Davis, baker stmr Ajax 
fensley Frank, dairy, res Greenwich nr Bu- 
chanan 
tensley John, (Linforth, Kellogg & Co. 
and Pacific Eolling Mill Co.) res 
738 Post 



Bensley W., laborer with P. M. S. S. Co. 

Benson, Ancb-ew, caipenter, res Mechanics' 
House 

Andi-ew, longshoreman, res W s San- 
some bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Annie E. Miss, teacher Fourth-st 

prim school, res 620 Sixth 

Atwood, laborer, res 8 Boyd 

Benjamin F. M., collector -with Bowen 

Bros., res 700 California 

Benjamin, seaman, res 1313 Broad- 

waj' 

Com-ad, gi-oceries and liquors SW 

cor Polk and Broadway 

Franklin E., clerk Odd Fellows Sav- 
ings Bank, res 2710 Howard 

George, res 28 Jessie bet Seventh and 

Eighth 

Harry, cook with F. Brown, res 10 

Steiiart 

Henry C, editor Cal Christian Ad- 
vocate, office 711% Mission, res 
Santa Clara 

James, sec. Odd Fellows Savings 

Bank, res 2710 Howard 

James A., teamster, res 111 William 

John, 803 Stockton 

Lucy, widow, res 411 Powell 

Neil, seaman, res 21 Natoma 

Oliver, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Peter, laborer, res 306 Beale 

Peter, seaman schr St. Thomas, res 

Sacramento House 

Eobert, cai-penter Union Box Fac- 
tory, res 26 Columbia 

Samuel H., boilermaker Portland 

Boiler Works, res 15% Clinton 

Simon J., master schi' Undaunted.res 

14 Vincent pi 

Thomas A., porter with Banner Bros, 

res 27 Hunt 

William, shoemaker, 29% Eousch 

, res 14 Eddy 

Bent, Edward F., clerk -vvith I. Friedlander, 
res 207 Sutter 

John T., clerk, res 515 Folsom 

S. E., caniagemaker with Carville 

Mnfg Co., res 741 Market 

Benter Mary, widow, res 1 Chestnut alley 

Bentfield Conrad B., schr Prosperous, res 9 
Crook 

Bentham Henry, machinist Union Iron 
Works, res N s Mission bet Guer- 
rero and Valencia 

Bentley B., brakeman S. P. E. E. Co 

Edwin, asst surgeon U. S. A., 105 

Stockton, res Black point 

Horatio N., porter S. F. P. 0., res 

N s Union nr Kearny 

James, shoemaker -with M. McNa- 

marra, res 29 Ecker 

Bentolk Henry, laborer Cal Sugar Eefinery, 
res cor Eighth and Brannan 

Benton F., painter, res 421 Bush 



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Benton Helen M. widow, res E s Howard nr 

Twenty-sixth 
Henry, clerk with Henry Schwartz, 

res 728 Folsom 
Benvenuti Ignacio, laborer, res Hotel d' 

Italia 
Benyan David, roller Pacific EoUing Mills 
Benz John C, with J. H. Kessing, res 713 

Broadway 
Benzenhafer David, baker with M Kiinstle, 

res 776 Folsom 
Benzing John, shoemaker 806 Greemvich 
Benzon A. F., bookkeeper with J. Everding 

& Co 
Bepler Alexander, cabinetmaker, S. F. 

Manfg Co., res 923 Broadway 
Beppler John, butcher 1528 Dupont 
Bequette Derville, inventor mill building 

plans 113 Mission, res 1229 Turk 
Beran Emanuel, shoemaker, res 1608 Powell 
John, laborer, res SW cor Gunnison 

av and TAventy-seventh 

■ "W. J., trunkmaker, res 805 Mission 

Berberich August, dairy produce, 86 Cal 

Market, res Bootz Hotel 
Berbest — , sausagemaker, res 605 Broadway 
Berchem A., laborer with F. D. Conro & 

Son, res Empire Hotel 
Berckart Peter, fisherman, res 14 Clay 
Berdan George N., stairbuilder with B. H. 

Freeman & Co., res 215 Minna 
Beresford John, marketman, Euss House 
Beretta G., collector Italian Benevolent So- 
ciety, res 414 Green 

John, machinist, res 13 Sherwood pi 

Berg Adolph, silversmith with Schulz & 

Fischer, res 18 Stevenson 
Adolph, withdrawal clerk Custom 

House, res 14 Haight 
Anthony, painter vnth. G. Ammerup, 

res 21 Stevenson 
A., waiter, Bar Association of S. F., 

res Atlantic Hotel 
Carl, physician and surgeon, office 

and res 618 California 
Charles, locksmith with J. H. Schintz, 

res 521% Stevenson 

Chris, seaman with J. B. Piper 

Edward, waiter, Martin's restaurant, 

623 Commercial 
Ferdinand, (Mayer & B.) res 456 

Clementina 

Hector, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

Henry, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

John Augustus, clerk with Eric J. 

Swordstream, res NW cor Fourth 

and Harrison 
Peter, moulder with J. G. lis, res 535 

Howard 
Peter A., Scandinavian Society, 71 

New Montgomery 

K., laborer, Palace Hotel 

Berge £rick O., groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Green and Calhoun, res 2 

Calhoun 



Bergen Adrian, bookkeeper with A. GaUi 

Co., res 20 Prospect pi 

Kate, chambermaid. Occidental Hot 

Louise, chambermaid, Occident 

Hotel 
Patrick, cook City restaurant, 5J 

Clay 
Bergeot Alexander, steward with James ( 

Foster 
Berger & Kosengarten, (Hermann Berg 

and Emil Kosengarten) liquor s 

loon, 3 Dupont 
Berger A., clerk with D. Samuels, res 9'. 

Clay 
Christian, draggist with C. L. Ste 

laars, res 318 Montgomery av 
Gabriel, surveyor French Savini 

and Loan Society, res 119 Fran 

hn 
Hermann, (Berger & Kosengarten) 

Dupont 
Jacob, cook with Francisco Garci 

res S s Fifteenth, bet Noe ai 

Castro 
Berger Julius. (Ed. Cohn & Co.) r 

514 Bush 

J. 0., res Grand Hotel 

Louis, clerk, res Overland House 

Louis, clerk with Charles W. Fo 

res 215 Jones 
Otto, (Shneller & B.)res 6 StMary' 



Bergerot John, teacher French, res 12 

PoweU 
John A., real estate, res NW cor S: 

teenth and Khode Island 
Berges John, waiter A\ath Pourcho & Wi 

mann, 621 Union 
'- P., market gardener, 22 Colom 

Market 
Berges P. B. «& Co., (P. B. Berg 

D. Cazeaux and A. Drayer 

proprietors Miner's Restur 

531 and 533 Commercial and 7 

Market 
Berges Peter B., (P. B. Berges & C< 

res 411 Post 
Bergevin Nelson L., clerk with C. F. Chi 

bourne, res 235 Stevenson 
Peter, laborer, P. M. S. S. Co., 

20 Fi-ederick 
Berggren Augustus, exchange and moi 

broker, 406 Montgomery, res IJ 

Stockton 
Berghauser Frederick, clerk with Fred. Iki 

res 1600 Taylor 

John, capitalist, res 1600 Taylor 

Berghofer Conrad, butcher, res 542 Folso: 
Bergholt William, tailor, res 1064 Howarc 
Bergin «& Benn, (James G. Bergin a 

A. S. Benn) American Mills, t 

Fourth 
Bergin James G., (Bergin & Ber 

res 1528 Powell 
John, laborer, res S s Sixteenth 

Harrison 



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Bergin Michael, attoruey-at-law, office and 
res 79 Moutgomerv Block 

Philip, driver City K. E. Co., res 

cor Sixteenth and Mission 

Bergin Thomas I., (McAllister & B.) 
attorney-at-law, office 528 Cali- 
fornia, res Rnss House 

■ William, soapboiler with Standard 

Soap Co., res Harrison bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 

Berglund Andi-ew, tailor, 1226 Sacramento 

Johannis, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Niles, bootmaker, res 232 O'Farrell 



Bergmann Abraham, confectioner, 200 Wash- 
ington, res 102 Bernard 

■ Alexander, mariner, res S s Twen- 
tieth nr Treat av 

Alexander, mariner, res 206 Twenty- 
second 

Heni-y, shoemaker \\ith L. Thumm- 

ler, res 25 Morton 
I Bergmann Jacob, (Frankenthal & Co.) 
res 318 Sutter 

John, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Sam, bxxtcher with J. T. Wilson & 

Co., res 331 Kearny 
IBergner Alfred J., house and sign 
painting, 230 Mission, res 232 
Fremont 

IBergolfl Charles V., proprietor Fran- 
conia House and hquor saloon, E 
s San Bruno road nr Twenty- 
eighth 

Bergson Ole, carpenter and builder, 506 
Montgomery, res 312 Fulton 

Bergstedt Andrew P., bootmaker with Fred- 
erick Beez, res 337 Bush 

Bergstein Louis, dry goods, 1328 Polk, res 
1439 Pine 

Bergstrom John, organ builder, NE cor 
Twenty-fonrth and Mission, res 
W s Lundy lane bet Prospect and 
California avs 

Peter, tailor 626 Merchant, res 614 

Broadway 

Berichan Augustine, widow, proprietress of 
Rock House, cor Broadway and 
Kearny 

Bering John P., sec Pacific Wire Eope 
Mnfr Co., res 417 Francisco 

Beringer William, engraver, res Continental 
Hotel 

Berk Maurice G., (Koppel & B.) res 3 
Harriet 

Berkeley Ferry and E. E. Co., Wm. Stuart, 
sec, 113 Leidesdorflf 

Berkeley Yilla Association, Wm. Stuart, sec, 
113 Leidesdorff 
^Berkley Joseph M., laborer, res 609 Post 

Michael, fireman coiners' department, 

U. S. Mint, res 1323 Sacramento 

Berkowitz Meyer, superintendent with E. 
BerkoM-itz, res 556 Minna 

E., cloak and suit manufacturer, 

1008 Stockton, res 556 Minna 



Berlenz JosejDh, waiter, res 433 Broadway 

Berlin August, seaman stmr Pehcan 

Berlin C. & Co., (C. Berlin and C. 
Langpaap) saloon, 113 Drumm 

Berlin Charles, (C. BerUn & Co.) res 
Oakland 

Charles, seaman, res Noi-th German 

Hotel 

Ludwig, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

Eichard, baker with F. Hell wig, res 

110 Dupont 

William, foreman stevedore with A. 

C. Fi-eese, res NW cor Franklin 
and Lilly 

Berliner Herman A., (Diamant, B. & Co.) 
res 326 Minna 

Berling John, waiter Chicago Hotel 

— Max, waiter Chicago Hotel 

Berhns Joseph, knife-cleaner Saiilman's res- 
taurant, res Broadway bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 

Bermel J. G., hair and fancy goods 14 
Turk, res 33 South Park 

Bermingham Edward, compositor Examiner, 
res 730 Market 

Edward E., clerk Eecorder's office, 

res 245 Tehama 

John, with John Eosenfeld & Co., 

res Euss House 

Thomas, jr., saddler with W. F. Dor- 

rance, res New Franklin House 

Thomas, capitalist, res New Franklin 

House 

T. W., clerk with Bartholoma & 

ToUe, res 732 Vallejo 

Bermudes Jesus, widow, res 13 PoUard pi 

Bernal G. E. de, widow, res SE cor Seven- 
re enth and Church 

Bernard Abram, speculator, res 781 Folsom 

Alexander, cook, res NW cor Mont- 
gomery av and Vallejo 

Ann Miss, shoefitter, res 614% 

Natoma 

Bernard, furniture and upholstery 

1318 Polk, res 1435 Pine 

Bernard Charles, Chartres coffee and 
spice mills 707-709 Sansome, res 
312 Oak [see adv, page 29a] 

Charles A., hoxise and sign painter 

629 Merchant, res 1611 Clay 

Clarence, expressman, res 149 Shipley 

Edward, special pohce, res 20 Ellis 

Frank, res 323 Sutter 

Frank, fisherman, 12 Washington 

Hannah, tailoress, res 614% Natoma 

Henry, bai'ber cor California and 

Kearny, res 537 Stevenson 

Isaac, crockery and tinware N s Six- 
teenth bet Mission and Valencia 

Isaac, res 600 Jones 

J. Frank, porter with A. B. Elfelt & 

Co., res 323 Sutter 

Jane Mrs., laundress, res 57 St. 

Charles pi 

John, cook, res 605 Broadway 



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Bernard John, owner schr John Frederick, 
office 305 East 

John L., toolmaker with Carl Hinz, 

res 6143^ Natoma 

Julius, furniture 1120 Stockton 

Mary Mrs., res 262 Tehama 

Mary Miss, shoefiitter, res 614% Na- 
toma 

Maurice, cook, res 1118 Kearny 

Michael D., porter with Main & 

Winchester, res 13043^ Mont. 

P., cook. Miners' Eestaurant 

E., laborer, res E s Church lane bet 

Dolores and Church 
R., clerk 37 Battery, res SE cor Un- 
ion and Jones 

Seraphin, brickmaker, res SW cor 

Sanchez and Twenty-third 
William, fireman S. P. R. E. Co., res 

4 Alabama bet Sixteenth and 
Santa Clara 

, laborer, res 625 Stevenson 

Berndt Carl, master sloop Whipple, res 339 

Union 

Louis, tailor, res rear 728 Folsom 

BerneU — , laundryman, res 37 Hinckley 
Bernero Eugene, clerk with Eoturier & Zab- 

aldans, res 1031 Dupont 
Berneo John, carpenter, res 4 Tay 
Berner Frederick, collector, res 2219 Powell 
John, laborer, res S s Shasta nr 

Michigan 
Bernerd Fred, bartender with G. Schreiner, 

1111 Dupont 
Bernerzidt Bernard, machinist, res 428 

Seventh 
Bernhamer Harry, restaurant 21 Sutter, res 

258 Stevenson 
Bernhard Bernhard, (Stable & B.) res 215 

Prospect pi 
Samuel H., (Ellis, B. & Co.,) res 

550 Jessie 
Bernhardt — , watchman, stmr Antelope, 

res 6 Bernard 
Charles, clerk Continental Hotel, 

519-527 Pacific 
Bernheim A., (Einstein & B.) res San Bue- 
naventura 
Bernis G., 626 California 
Beruius Frederick, special policeman, 

res SW cor Beale and Bryant 
Beronio Oaitano, proptr Eoma Hotel, 

215 Broadway 

Pietro, expressman, res Eoma Hotel 

Berot Baptiste, gardener French Hospital, 

5 s Bryant bet Fifth and Sixth 
Bernschultz M., packer with S. F. Packing 

and Prov. Co 
Bernstein Abraham, oysterman with G. Bern- 
stein, res 253 Minna 

Abraham, fruit store, 528 Third 

David, tailor, 779 Folsom 

Elias, furniture, 315-317 Third 

Gerson, oysters, 50-52 California 

Market, res 253 Minna 



Bernstein Henry, merchant, res 915 Howard 

Henry, tailor, 907 Bryant 

Isaac, oysterman with G. Bernstein, 

res 253 Minna 

Joseph, clothing and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, 824 Market, res 119 
O'Parrell 

Julius C, bookkeeper with M. Bern- 
stein, res 705 Harrison 

• Louis, salesman with J. Bernstein, 

res 824 Market 

Louis, salesman with W. Hunt & Co., 

res 305 Kearny 

Morris C, furniture and carpets, 517 

California, res 1104 Taylor 

Solomon, res 405 Post 



Bernston Andrew, mariner, res cor Alta and 
Sansome 

Berre F., bartender with Auguste Daunet, 
res 708 Commercial 

Berrech Frank, cabinetmaker with W. J, 
Heney & Co., res 375 Jessie 

Berrill Thomas, carpenter, Palace Hotel 

Berring Eudolph, barkeeper with J. Casi- 
mer, res NE cor Clay and Mason 

Berry & Capp, (Fulton G. Berry and 
Charles S. Capp) real est 
agents, 418 Montgomery 

Berry Albert, capitalist, 402 Front, res Oak- 
land 

Augustus, laborer, res 26 Steuart 

Augustus W., driver M. E. E. Co., 

res SE cor Mission and Seven- 
teenth 

Edward W., foreman with Chase & 

Boruck, res 1319 Montgomery 

Enoch, machine hand with Eichard- 

son & Holland, res 1131 Folsom 

Berry Fulton G., (Berry & Capp) 
2212 Howard 

G. M., bookkeeper Sheriff"s office, 

res 427 Tyler 

George W., teamster with J. Springer, 

res 22 Eleventh ' 

Gratten, clerk with J. P. Jones, r( 

425 Sutter 

Horatio H., master brig Hidalgo, 

office 305 East, res Eureka 

J. B. Mrs., lodgings, 109 Montgomery 

J. E., carpenter. Palace Hotel 

James, shipwright, res rear 29 Fred- 
erick 

John, (Griswold & B.) res 23 Welsh 

John, exjjressman, res 134 Eighth 

John, shoemaker, res Seventeenth 

bet Church and Dolores 

John J., clerk with general freight 

agent C. P. E. E. Co., res 1237 
Folsom 

Michael, cook Miners' restaurant, res 

M., clerk Sheriff's office, res 427 

Tyler 

Patrick, laborer, res SW cor Six- 
teenth and Utah 



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Berry Patrick, policeman, res 510 Ash av 

■ Kichard, laborer, res 260^-^ Clara 

Robert, res 12 Clementina 

Robert, ropemaker, res S s Sixteenth 

ni- Guerrero 

BeiTy-street House, E. Stoetzer proptr, NW 
cor Beny and Third 

Beny T. H., machinist Union Iron Works, 
res 237 Sixth 

■ Thomas, carpenter vnih California 

Planing Mills, res 1723 Jessie 

■ Thomas, driver Market-st R. K. 

Thomas H., operator A. and P. Tele- 
graph Co., res Capp bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-sixth 

W. D., compositor with Chase & 

Bonick, res 720 Market 

W. L., civil engineer, res 365 Minna 

■ W. L., compositor with Chase & 

Boruck, res West Oakland 

Berry William O. M., (Treadwell & 
Co.) res Oakland 

Berrymaii Jt Doyle, (H. B. Berryman 
and Louisa Doyle) coal mer- 
chants, 620 East ' 

Fi'ed. M., clerk ■with Berrjonan & 

Doj-le, res 1109 Stockton 

Berryman H. B., (Berryman & Doyle) 
res The Windsor 

John, stock dealer, res New Wiscon- 
sin Hotel 

Bersou A. «!fc Son, (Adolph and G. 
Berson) carpets and furniture, 
710-712 Washington 

Berson Adolph, (A. Berson & Son) res 
828 Washington 

Berson G., (A. Berson & Son) res 828 
Washington 

G. A., laimdi-y, 828 Washington 

Bert A. Miss, fancy goods, 2503 Howard, 
res 620 ShotweU 

Bernard, (Henry Schroder & Co.) 

res Bordeaux, France 

Edward G., theatrical manager, res 

Treat av nr Twenty-second 

W. G., res 9 Han-iet 

W. G., clerk with George A. Atwood, 

res 620 ShotweU 
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Berta EtigUo, cook vnth. Jury Bros., res 324 

Merchant 
G., waiter Campi's restaurant, res 

639 Pacific 
Bertaud Hyppolite, cook, SW cor Powell 

and Clay 
Berteb Albert, cabinetmaker with Ch. Schrei- 

ber & Co., res 6 Zoe pi 
BerteUng Louis A., optician with Thomas 

Houseworth & Co., res SE cor 

Larkin and Green 
Bertelsen Christian, seaman, res 19 Welsh 
Bertheau C, clerk with Henry Balzer & 

Co., res 1023 Powell 
Berthelot Charles E., res 5 Martin's Block 
Berthelsen Peter, mariner, res 127 Jackson 



Berthier Louis, machinist, res 738 Washing- 
ton 

Berthol Adam, city agent U. P. Salt Co., 
res 634 Broadway 

Berthold & Grantz, (Louis Berthold and 
Adolph Grantz) butchers, 206 
Broadway 

Berthold Louis, (Berthold & Grantz) res 
329 Broadway 

Berti GiusseiDpe, pastry cook Campi's res- 
taiuant, res cor Montgomery and 
Broadway 

Bertin Alexandi-e, dying and securing, 147 
Third, 521 Filbert and 334 Bush, 
res 147 Third 

Bertini TJlderigo, clerk, res Hotel d'ltalia 

Bertody Charles, physician, office and res 
1005 Stockton 

Bertolacci Sejaastian, charcoal dealer, res 
518 Vallejo 

Berton Albert, cabinetmaker, res 6 Zoe pi 

Charles, (L. P. Garcin & Co.) res 

Twenty-second nr Alabama 

Flavien, cook, Marchand's Restau- 
rant, res 3 Virginia pi 

Berton Francis, Dii-ector Swiss-Ameri- 
can Bank and Consul for Portu- 
gal and Switzerland, office 527 
Clay, res 11 South Park 

Jean, dishwasher with Boutinon & 

BuUand, res 530 Merchant 

Bertoni Charles, waiter \^'ith B. L. Gamba, 
res White House Hotel 

Bertram Dennis, laborer. Lick House 

John, clerk with Stange & Hink, res 

Golden Eagle Hotel 

Joseph, waiter, American Exchange 

Hotel 

Thomas, stoves, tinware, gasfitter 

and plumber, 982 and 984 Fol- 
som, res 31% Garden 

Bertrand & Mauser, (J. Bertrand and A. 
Mauser) proprs All Nations Ho- 
tel, 432-434 Broadway 

Bertrand Andi-ew, furrier, 501 Kearny 

F., waiter, California Hotel, cor Mont- 
gomery av and Pacific 

H., cook with Good & Tschurr 

J., (Bertrand & Maiaser, res 432 

Broadway 

Rosina, widow, res 864 Folsom 

Bert J., (Diez, B. & Co.) res 2215 Fill- 
more 

Beriide Gustave, seaman, res North German 
Hotel 

Berwanger Martin, cook \\ith H. Bokmann, 
res 616 Cahfornia 

Berwick Thomas, sailmaker with Harding & 
Brann, res 1127 Clay 

■ WilUam B., laborer, res 348 Ritch 

Berwin Morris, (P. Ber^sin & Bro.) 
res New York 

Berwin P. & Bro., (Pincus and Mor- 
ris Berwin) impox'ters of hats, 
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Berwin Pincus, (P. Berwin & Bro.) 

res 1320 Tyler 
Beryer August, barkeejjer with Henry Hil- 

gerloh, res 417 Green 
Besar Charles, master schr Lornita, res 1016 

Pacific 
Besby Henry, barkeeper, res Iry, ni- Frank- 
lin 
Bescheinen WiUiam, watchmaker, res 832 

Broadway 
Beschormann Adolph, upholsterer, res 328 

Mason 
Besler H. C, master schr Bartlett Allen, 

office 305 East 
Besse Jesse 0., clerk with Kaindler & Co., 

res 1407 Bush 
Bessemer H. L., chemist and nmfr perfum- 
ery, 14 Mary 
Bessey E. W. Mrs., res 638 Howard 
Bessinger L. H., clerk Mint Saloon, res 

Green, nr Dupont 
Besson Felice, widow, seamst's, 17 Union pi 
Bessonett George, bricklayer, res cor Seventh 

and Jessie 
Best & Belcher Mining Company, (Storey, 

Co., Nev.,) William Wilhs, Sec, 

419 California 
Best Charlie, brewer, Lafayette Brewery, 725 

Green 
James, Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 
John, housepainter with Peterson & 

Nelson, res 176 Fourteenth 
John, (Johnson & B.) (1717) 1817 

Leavenworth 
John T., clerk Lighthouse Engineer 

Department, res 319 Fremont 
Bestenbostel Johannis von, clerk with R. H. 

Pahl, res 35 Geary 
Bester John H., saloon, 913 Kearny, res 631 

Vallejo 
Besthorn Herman, waiter, 428 Pine, res 621 

Mission 
Beston Christopher, res rear 621 Mission 

Herman, res rear 621 Mission 

John, machinist, res 27 Clarence pi 

Bestor H. T., architect 652 Market, res S s 

Clay ni- Scott 
Betcher Charles, machinist with J. G. lis, 

res 5 Maiden Lane 
Beteau Louis, foreman with Prosper May 

res 609 Pine 
Betaux E. L., res 706 Pine 
Betebeman Robert, cai-penter, res 613 Mis- 
sion 
Beteloty Pedro, laborer Bay Sugar Refinery 
Betger Charles E., jeweler Cal. Jeweh-y 

Co., res 736 Green 
Edward, boots and shoes 740 Vallejo, 

res 736 Green 
Beth John M., (Martin & B.) 356 Tehama 
Bethel Thomas W., watchman City Hall 
Bethesda Mineral Water, of Wau- 
kesha, Wisconsin, Dunbar & 

Hendry, agts, 107 Stockton 



Bethje William, master schr Ida Florence, 

res 42 Steuart 
Bethrmie Albert, clerk, res 28 Everett 
Bettencourt C. A., barber with Anthes & 

Fleischmann, res 116 Jackson 
Bettich H., laborer Bay Sugar Refinery 
Bettinger J. W., wine and liquor saloon 113 

Liedesdorff', res 320 Kearny 
Bettis Otis J., blacksmith NE cor Larkin 

and Jackson, res 1808 Larkin 
Betfinan Moses, soap manufacturer, 

office 311 Commercial, res 508 

Eddy 
Betts E. G., clerk with Bowen Bros., res 14 

O'Farrell 
John M., physician 128 Kearny, res 

24 O'FaiTell 
Peter M., vice-prest Betts Spring 

Co., res 1523 Mission 
Betts Spring Co., 218 Fremont, W. M. Betts, 

prest, P. M. Betts, vice-prest, 

Edwin Fretwell, sec 
Betts William, springmaker with Betts 

Spring Co., res 409 Minna 
William M., prest Betts Spring Co., 

res 1523 Mission 
Betz Charles, teamster, res Continental 

Hotel 
Betzel & Cohen, (Louis Betzel and Louis M. 

Cohen) boy's clothing 109 San- 
some 
Betzel Augusta, music teacher, res 4 Park pi 
Charles, resident physician German 

Hospital 427 Brannan 
Isidore, clerk with Betzel & Cohn, 

res 537 O'Farrell 
Louis, (Betzel & Cohen) res 537 

O'FarreU 
Beuchel Ernest, jeweler with D. W. Laird, 

res 727 Broadway 
Beuchlein Charles, brewer Bavaria Brewery, 

res 1406 VaUejo 
Beucler Juhus J., ironer Occidental Laun- 

di-y, res Filbert bet Gough and 

Octa\'ia 
Beufeldt Coni-ad, master mariner, res 9 

Crooks 
Beusse Henry, clerk with Fred. Meyer NE 

cor Powell and Francisco 
Beuchter M. Mrs., lodgings 131 Montgomery 
Beutler Emily, widow, res 114 Ridley 
Frank B., shademaker with G. W. 

Clark, res 216 Stockton 
Bevan James, waiter U. S. Eestaui-ant, res 8 

Bernard 
Washington J., trunkmaker, res 805 

Mission 
Bevans Isaac L., compositor 414 Clay, res 

1111 Mason 
Bevell Margaret Mrs., res 29 Park av 
Beveridge «fe Ashton, (A. B. Bever- 

idge and Charles Ashton) com. 

merchants 621 Sansome, rooms 5 

and 6 



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Beveridge Arthur B., (Beveridge & 

Ashton) res 809 Stockton 

■ Horatio, clerk with Faulkner, Bell & 

Beverley Eiith M. Mis., nurse, res 334 Fre- 
mont 

Co., res 1620 Washington 
Beverly Walter, bell boy Grand Hotel 
Beversen Carsten, groceries and liq- 
uors, 570 Mission 
Martin, clerk with C. Beversen, res 

570 Mission 
Bevins William M., printer, res SW cor Tyler 

and Webster 
Bewey John, painter, res St. Nicholas Hotel 
Bewley Clifton L., clerk with Gedge & 

Thayer, res 628 Sutter 
Beyer Adolph, baker with A. E. Swain, res 

6 St. Mary's pi 

Ernest, farmer, res 127 Jackson 

Louis, barber, res 625 Vallejo 

K. W., teamster, res 1028 McAllister 

Soren Andr., Scan. Soc, 71 New 

Montgomery 
William, bai-tender Laui-el Palace, 

res 759 Howard 
Beyerle Joseph, shipwright's assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 
BeyersUorf Louis, (Saflferhill & B.) 

res cor Bush and Montgomery 
BeyreisF., joiner, res Prescott House 
Bezzini Daniele, cook, Campi's restaurant, 

res 519 Clay 
G., fii-eman, Campi's restaurant, res 

St. Gotard Hotel 
Biagi Dominieo, res 918 Washington 
Biagini Giovanni, coachman, res Koma Hotel 
Eosa, pedler, res E s San Jose road, 

nr Five-Mile House 
Biancalano Giralomo, framemaker with L. 

Ghilardi, res SW cor Second and 

Stevenson 
Bianchi & Cuneo, (C. Bianchi anclG. Cuneo) 

marble works, 829 Market 
Bianchi Angelo, tailor, res rear 1337 Dupont 

Carlo, (Bianchi & Cuneo), res Italy 

Eugene, teacher of music, 426 Kearny 

Guisepf)e, laborer with Prusso & Spli- 

valo, res cor Montgomery' av and 

Vallejo 

G. B., carpenter, res 813 Montgomery 

G. B., suxjerintendent Campi's res- 

taui-ant, res 519 Clay 
Giovanni, marble dealer, res Koma 

Hotel 
Pietro, marble sawyer with G. Brig- 

nardello, res 9 Union pi 
Bianchini Amadeo, laborer with Prusso & 

Splivalo, res 8 Margaret pi 
Bianovich Ambrose, merchant, res 200 Wash- 
ington 
Bibb Daniel H., clerk with Treadwell & Co., 

res 717 Howard 
M., -widow, res 2400 Folsom 



Bibber Charles, carpenter, C. P. K. R. stea- 
mei's 



Bibbins Jt Co., (Tracy L. Bibbins and 
Thos. E. Hughes) real estate, 402 
Kearny 

Bibbins Tracy L.., (Bibbins & Co.) res 
1507 Leavenworth 

Bibeau A. J., blacksmith, res E s Mission 
bet Twenty-eighth and Twenty- 
ninth, rear 

Bibend Ferdinand, (Bolander & B.) res W s 
San Bruno road, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
Maria, -widow, res 219 Twelfth 



Biber George, res 1011% Stockton 

George Mrs., dx-essmaker, res 1011% 

Stockton 
Bibulich & Co., (G. Bibulich, A. Zizak and 

P . Mitchell ) restaurant, 350 Third 
Guiseppe, (Bibulich & Co.) res 10 

Eitch 
Bichard Charles N., clerk -with N. Bichard, 

res 365 First 
Bicbard Nicholas, coal yard, 16-18 

Howard, res 365 Fii-st 
Bickel Conrad Mrs., res 26 Haight 
Bickle Stella Miss, music teacher, res 919 

Jackson 
Bickman Charles, -with C. James King of 

Wm. & Co., res 38 Jessie 
Bidau J. Begue, lodgings, 924 Dupont 
Biddle Frederick W., bookkeeper -with Ben- 
nett & Page, res Brooklyn Hotel 
Biddolph James, machinist with Golden 

State Iron Works, res 619 Mission 
Bidlack Benjamin, stockbroker, res 919 

Stockton 

W. W,, physician, res 919 Stockton 

Bidleman Enoch G., bookkeeper -with E. 

Martin & Co., res Oakland 
WiUiam A., clerk -with E. Martin & 

Co., res Ninth, bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Biech August, blacksmith, res 83 Stevenson 
Biedenbach August, saloon NE cor Third 

and Mission, res 236 Minna 
Biedermann Erohnda, -widow, res 1211 Bush 
Le-wis, cook -with McCauley & Young, 

res 360 Clementina 
Biegher Alexander, carpenter, res 227 Post 
Biehl Hermann, mariner, res 127 Jackson 
Bielawski Casimir, di-aughtsman U. S. Sur- 
veyor General's office, res 242 

Stevenson 
Bielenberg Peter, clerk with P. L. Lange, 

res 346 Townsend 
Bieler A., tailor, 6 Quincy 
Bielski Max, ( Jacoby & B, ) res 927 Jackson 
Bieman — , tailor, res 605 Broadway 
Bien Joseph, locksmith and brass-finisher, 

311 Battery, res 305 Tyler 
Bienenf eld Ehas, fancy goods, 1229 Stockton, 

res 1231 Stockton 
Biengin John, roofer, res 20% Hai-rison av 
Bierbrauer Carl, tinner -with S. Wangenheim 

& Co., res 123 Sacramento 



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Bierbrauer John, cabinetmaker with Pacific 
U. "W. Furniture Manufacturing 
Co., res 1133 Harrison 

Bierce A. S., helper melters' and refiners' 
dept., U. S. Mint, res Oakland 

Bierhoff Samuel, (S. Schoenholz & Bro.) 
res 102 Sixth 

Bierman Henry, cooper, res Filbert near 
Fillmore 

Bierschwale Charles, carpenter, 731 Mission 

Bierski August, tanner with Funcke & Co., 
res E s Sixth nr Brannan 

Bierson Cornelius, porter Eureka Warehouse 

Biesta Federico, clerk Italian Consulate, res 
331 Montgomery 

Bieze Hendrickus J., seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Bigelow Daniel, engineer, res 154 Dora 

Francis H., compositor Bulletin 

office, res 315 Eitch 

George H., clerk with State Invest- 
ment and Ins. Co., res Oakland 

Henry H., general manager Home 

Mutual Ins. Co., res Oakland 

Herbert H., with P. Cosgrove, res N 

s Turk iDet Laguna and Buchanan 

Bigelow House, Mrs. S. F. Comstock, propri- 
etress, 720 Sansome 

John E., solicitor with Farnsworth 

& Clark, res 152 Perry 

■ John F., clerk with Cross & Co., res 

619 Pine 

Lewis, driver City E. E. Co 

Susan H. Mrs., res 1 Hampton pi 

"Winsor D., merchant Silver City, res 

844 Valencia 

Bigger Alexander, carpenter, res 227 Post 

Alexander, mariner, res SW cor Nine- 
teenth and Stevenson 

Biggers Jennie P. Miss, adjuster coiners' 
department, U. S. Mint, res 1224 
Mission 

Biggey Terence, stableman, res N s O'Farrell 
bet Devisadero and Broderick 

Biggins James, teamster with J. McDevett, 
res SW cor Sansome and Vallejo 

P., driver O. E. E. Co., res 202 

Sixth 

William, hodcarrier Palace Hotel 



Biggorino Joseph, driver Bavaria Brewery, 

res 1406 Vallejo 
Biggs Abel E., salesman with A. M. Oilman, 

res 409 Elhs 
Harry C, clerk Vidth McHenry, Moul- 

ton & Co., res 409 Ellis 
Jesse E., carpenter S. F. Manuf Co., 

res 114 Eidley 
John E., proptr Flume House, San 

Bruno road nr Twenty-seventh 

William, millwright, res 940 Harrison 

Bigler Martin, cooper, res 127 Jackson 
Bigley Brothers, (Daniel and George Big- 
ley) groceries and provisions, NE 

cor Clay and Davis 
Daniel, (Bigley Bros.) and president 

Marine Board, res 203 Eleventh 



Bigley George, (Bigley Bros.) res 1011 

Washington 

John, merchant, res 707 Larkin 

John, bricklayer, res 421 Bush 

Thomas, shipwright, caulker and spar 

maker, 13-15 Spear, res 832 

Mission 
Bignotti Giacomo, market gardener, 44 

Colombo market 
Bigwood George, blacksmith, res W s 

Columbia bet Twenty-fifth and 

Twenty-sixth 
J., (Newsham & B.) res W s King 

bet Second and Third 
Bilay A. F., asst bookkeeper with S. Lach- 

man & Co., res 4 Eidley 
Bilfinger Gus., carrier Guide, 521 Clay 

Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 1334 Dupont 

Bilicke GnstaTus, capitalist, res 824 

Geary 
BiU Jacob, butcher, res 512 Linden 

Philip, laborer, res 13 Varennes 

Philip, real estate, res 29 Eitch 

Billett Miss, res 311 Stockton 

Maria, widow, res 111 Eidley 

Bilhnghurst Eay, stableman, res SE cor 

Geary and Leavenworth 
Billings OaTid R., (D. E. Billings & 

Co.) res 522 Filbert 
Billings D. R. «fc Co., (D. E. Bil- 
lings and C. Dice) grocery, 1311 

Stockton 
Billings Edward P., porter Bank of San 

Francisco, res 436 California 

Frank D., clerk, res 3 Central pi 

George E., salesman with A. Eoman 

& Co., res 809 Hyde 

H. A. Mrs., res 156 Third 

Peter, teamster, res 80 Virginia av 

nr Mission 
EusUng, laborer Union Iron Works, 

res cor Sixth and Folsom 
Billis James, speculator, res 754 Howard 
Bilson Eobert, lumberman, res . 127 Jackson 
Bilty Theo. G., capitalist, res 1321 Powell 
Bimerle August, blacksmith, res German 

Hotel 
Binder Charles, dishwasher. International 

Hotel 
George J., bookkeeper, res 1424 

Geary 
John C, bookkeeper Ballard & Hall, 

res 1424 Geary 
Bine Leon, bookkeeper vrith S. Bine, res 

323 Eddy 
Bine Solomon, trimmings and fancy 

goods, 12 Second, res 323 Eddy 
Bineaud I^eon, ladies' hairdresser, 818 

Stockton 
Bingenheimer Christopher, cooper, 110 

Davis, res 5 Clementina 
Bingham Henry, (Menzies & Bing- 
ham) res 1808 Dupont 
L. Miss, chambermaid, Overland 

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Bingham WiUiam F., clerk, res 2112 Bush 

Binnet Joseph L., carpenter, res National 
Hotel 

Binswanger Louis, clothing and fiu-nishing 
goods, 513 Kearny 

Birbe Henry C, bookkeeper -with Smith & 
Bro., South S. F.,res E s railroad av nr 
5th av 

Birce Frank A., foreman with Pope & Tal- 
bot, res 530 Third 

Birch, Argall & Co., (William H. Birch and 
John Argall) propts Cal Machine 
Works, 119 Beale 

Henry, stevedore with Chase & Wolf, 

res 200 Pacific 

H., shipjoiner with P. M. S. S. Co. 

Samiiel, gardener, res W s Castro bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Thomas J., bookkeeper Examiner 

office, res NE cor Greenwich and 
Dupont 

William, bookkeeper ^vith H. H. 

Noble & Co., res 913 Sacramento 

William, carpenter -nith Eichardson 

and HoUand, res 945 Folsom 

William H., (Biich, Argall & Co.) 

res 2405 Clay 

Bird Albert B., lamplighter S. F. Gaslight 
Co., res 911 Sacramento 

Albert F., bricklayer, res 759 Clay 

Ann S. Mrs., res 1318 Sacramento 

Dennis, .res 21 Minna 

Edward, moulder with Eeese Llewel- 
lyn, res 1052 Folsom 

Elizabeth, dressmaking, 254 Beale 

George,silverplater,res8 St. Mary's pi 

Hem-y, harnessmaker \s-ith Main & 

Winchester, res Ttu'k bet Mason 
and Taylor 

Hem-y, stonemason, res 6 Margaret pi 

Lawrence, bricklayer, res 1609 Cal 

Maiy, widow, res 65 Stevenson 

M. F., bricklayer, Pro and Ben Assn, 

•234 Sutter 

Nelson J., physician, office 230 Kear- 
ny, res 531 Jessie 

Patrick, expressman, 514 O'Farrell 

Kichard, with P. M. S. S. Co., res 

rear 36 Welsh 

Thomas, painter with Noble & Gal- 
lagher, res 178 Stevenson 

William, ironmoulder, res 7 Fol- 



H. G. 



somav 

William, tailor, 335 Bush 

Birdsall Aaron, metah-oofer with 
Fiske, res 722 Laguna 

Charles, with George Bii-dsall, res 

729 Hanison 

D. H., res NW cor Hayes and Laguna 

Elias Eev., rector St. John's Episco- 
pal Chm-ch, res 704 Dolores 
Birdsall George, liquor saloon, 129 
Clay, res 141 Peny 

George Mrs., widow, res 729 Harrison 

Jacob, roofer with H. G. Fiske 



Birdsall John M., with H. W. Foi-tune, res 
1228 Market 

Maggie Miss, di-essmaker with Mrs. 

C. Cryer 

E. E., Miss, teacher Eighth-st prim 

school, res 526 Tehama 

William, driver N. B. and Mission 

E. E. Co. 

Zepheniah, wagonmstr, WeUs, Fai-go 

& Co., res 810 Green 

Birge James J., dentist, 410 Kearny 

John, laborer with Hobbs, Pomeroy 

&Co. 

Birgham A., (E. Guittard & Co.) res 
Alameda 

August, cook, res 624 Pacific 

Birkholm Hans H., master schr Aurora, 
res 337 Bryant 

Birkmaire George L., salesman with Kohler, 
Chase & Co., res The Windsor 

Birnbaum H. B., clerk with C. P. Lolor, res 
118 Post 

Birnei Eobert, translator, 708 Montgomery, 
room 4, res 730 Howard 

Biron Hyman, physician and sm-geon, res 1 
Ashbiu-ton pi 

Bin-eU Andrew, res 1223 Mason 

George, machinist, res 1223 Mason 

Birt James L., elevator man with Bradley & 
Eulofson, res 325 Tehama 

Birth Hemy, sashmaker with Haskell & 
Bode, res 15 Clinton 

Bii-theny Peter, groceries and liquors, SE 
cor Geneva and Brannan 

Birton Letitia, widow, res 916 Jackson 

Bisagno J. , bookkeeper with Antonio Daneri, 
res 911 Pacific 

Bisbie Martin, searcher with P. M. S. S. 
Co., res 68 Minna 

Bischel Henry, carpenter, res E s Lyons bet 
Post and Sutter 

Bischoflf Diedrich, (Carstensen & B.) SW cor 
Geary and Jones 

Bischofl* Frederick, (J. H. Ahlers & 
Co.) res 1423 Powell 

Bischoff" Valentine, barber, 428 Broadway 

Bishop & Co^ (Edgar Bishop, A. S. 
Peterson and L. W. Palmer) gro- 
ceries, 716 Market and 17 Geary 

Bishop & Wiegaud, (D. M. Bishop 
and Eugene Wiegand) publishers 
and proprietors S. F. Trades 
Guide and Pacific Coast Direc- 
tory, San Fi-ancisco Street and 
Avenue Guide, San Jose, Oak- 
land and Stockton Directories, 
etc., 521 Clay 

Bishop Amy Mrs., widow, 1017 Clay 

B. F., jeweler, Cahfomia Jewehy Co., 

res 613 Pine 

Bishop ». M. «fe Co., (Duncan M. 
Bishop, Eugene Wiegand and H. 
M. McKenney, publishers and 
proprietors New City Directory of 
San Francisco, office 521 Clay 



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Bishop Duncan M.. (D. M. Bishop & 
Co. and Bishop & Wiegand) res 
742 Washington 

Bisbop Edgar, (Bishop & Co.) res 513 
Webster 

Ephi-aini B., merchant, res 516 Ste- 
venson 

Frank, machinist with Electrical Con- 
struction and Maintenance Co. 

Hem-y, saloon, 2 Clay, res 539 Minna 

Henry, driver with M. A. Mercer, res 

cor Larkin and Polk 

H. O., stairbuilder with Sanborn & 

Byrnes, res 233^ Minna 

James, res 34 Ellis 

James H., carpenter, 1017 Clay 

James W., sawj-erwith B. F. Gilman, 

res 32 Elhs 

Mary Miss, dressmaker, with Charles 

Mayer, res 23 Fell 

Ohver H., porter with Spruance, 

Stanley & Co., res Brooklyn 

Peter, seaman, res 20 Seventeenth 

Ransom B., proprietor Moore House, 

325% Bush 

Richard, stonecutter with Larseneui- 

& Sheerin, res 421 YaUejo 

Bishop Thomas B., atty-at-law, office 
522 Montgomeiy, res 536 Second 

WiUiam, bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

Wilham, laborer. Empire Lodging 

House, 636 Commercial 

William A., teamster, res 421 Fifth 

W. C, carpenter. Palace Hotel 

William H., plasterer, res 930 Harri- 
son 

Bismarck S. M. Co., (Humboldt, Nev.,) L. 
Leavitt, Sec, 401 California 

Bisordi Charles, waiter Hotel d'ltalia 

Bissell James L., inspector of gas meters, 
office and res 531 Mission 

W. A., asst freight agt C. P. R. R. 

Co., res The Windsor 

Bissen Joseph, laborer ^\ith Hillebrandt & 
Co., res 2019 Folsom 

Bisset Andrew, stonecutter, res 1027 Sutter 

Bissett H. N., Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 
Montgomery 

J., shipwright P. M. S. S. Co. 

Bissinger Adolph, bookkeeper with Louis 
Sloss & Co., res 206 Kearny 

Bistrup William, tailor, res 562 Stevenson 

Biter John, bookkeeper vnth. M. & C. Man- 
gels, res S s Waller bet Fillmore 
and Steiner 

Bither George W., clairvoyant physician 631 
Sacramento 

G-. W. Mrs., lodgings, 631 Sacra- 
mento 

Bitley Frank, boilermaker with Portland 
Boiler Works, res 424 Sansome 

Bitner John, patternmaker with Union 
Foundry, res 313 Bryant 

Bitte Manuel, driver N. B. and M. R. R. Co. 



Bittenbender George W., medical student 

650 Washington, res Brooklyn 

Hotel 
Bitters Julius, glass blower with Pacific 

Glass Works 
Louis, glass blower with Pacific Glass 

Works 
Bittinger J. W., saloonkeeper, res 320 

Kearny 

M. C. Mrs., lodgings, 820 Kearney 

Biven Edward J., printer, Alta, res 728 

Howard 
Bivins John, seaman stmr Kalorama 
Bixbee E., res 111 Virginia 
Bixbee L... (B. P. Flint & Co.) res San 

Juan South 
Bizion L., saloon, res Sullivan's building 
Bjerke Hans, Scan. Soc. 71 New Mont- 
gomery 
Bjerremark Charles, wines and liquors 314 

Third 
Bjorkman & Wilkinson, (August Bjorkman 

and P. C. Wilkinson) diajTuen, 

office 310 Front 
Bjorkman August, (Bjorkman & Wilkinson) 

res 310 Front 

• C, Architect, res 720 Folsom 

Ellen Mrs., res rear 28 Ritch 

Bjornlund Nick M., seaman. Scan. Soc. 71 

New Montgomery 
Blach Charles, physician and surgeon, office 

514 Kearney, res 631 Post 
Black Adam, shoemaker, reS 1209 Mission 
Alexander, lumberman -nith A. M. 

Simpson & Bro., res 318 Folsom 

A., widow, res 707 Stockton 

Black Diamond Coal Mining Co., P. B. 

Cornwall, prest, Rincon Point 

wharf, E s Spear bet Folsom & 

Han'ison 
Black Edwin H., (Millman & B.) res 2 Camp 

George, bricklayer, res 527 Filbert 

Georgina, widow, res 1906 Eddy 

G. W., shirtcutter with Neustadter 

Bros., res Linden House 
Henry, hostler with Hugh McGlinn, 

res 154 Fourth 
Black Henry M., (H. M. Black & Co.) 

res 511 Gough 
Howard, shirtcutter with Neustadter 

Bros., res Linden House 
Black H. M. «fc Co., (Henry M. Black) 

carriage makers 1120-1122 Market 

James, boilermaker, res 26 Minna 

John, res 63 Minna 

John, laborer, res Alabama bet Sev- 
enteenth and Eighteenth 
John, spinner Mission Woolen Mills, 

res SW cor Alabama and Co- 
lumbia 

John, watchman Custom House 

John W., boilermaker with Portland 

Boiler Works, res 26 Minna 
John W., collector with Thos. H. 

Selby & Co., res 632 Fillmore 



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Black Joseph, blacksmith, res 663 Howard 

Lizzie, chambermaid Occidental Ht'l 

Patrick William, watchman U. S. 

Mint, res 2 Han-iet 

Peter E., shipjoiner, res 116 Natoma 

P. E., carpenter, res NE cor Fourth 

and Howard 
Eichard, carpenter, res Sixth-Street 

House 

Eobert, di-iver X. B. and M. E. Co. 

Eobert W., gent's furnishing goods, 

209 Mont, res 1100 Yan Xess av 
William, clerk ^\-ith Peixotto & Sil- 

vennan, res 131 Third 

William, hackman, res 203 Eiteh 

WiUiam, laborer, res Bush ni- Lone 

Mountain 
William, liquors, cor Mission 

Seventh, res 105-4 Howard 

William, marblecutter ^"ith L, 

Meyers ,t Co., res 1% Euss 

■ Wm., shipwright, res National Hotel 

William K., caii^enter, res 663 How'd 

— , P. M. S. S. Co., res 413Brannan 

, painter with C.J. Barron 

Blackburn & Fallon, (L. F. Blackbm-n and 

Matt Fallon) proptrs Alhambra 

saloon, 323 Bush 
Allen H., clerk -with ^Miite Bros., res 

704 Powell 
Charles, clerk viith Meeker, James <fc 

Co., res Petaluma 
— James W., groceries and hquors, NE 

cor Sixth and Harrison 
L. F., (Blackbtu-n .t Fallon) Alham- 
bra saloon, res Alhambra bid 
Blackledge Eobert, with Eogers, Meyer & 

Co., 212 Battery 
Blackman Cassius H., salesman with Wil- 

merding <fc Kellogg, res 14 Eddy 

Heniy, cook with J. H. Bellinger, res 

1127 Folsom 
J. Dyatt, teacher St. Mary's College, 

res 925 Jones 

M. J., tinsmith, 109 Hayes 

William, waiter, res 1127 Folsom 

Blackmar Eansom, clerk Nvith Bishop & Co., 

res 534 Geary 
Blackwall Frederick, cook schr General Ord, 

res 2 Jackson 
Blackwell Enoch, camagetrimmer with Car- 

ville Mnfg Co., res 923 3;^ Harrison 
Edward S., clerk M-ith W. B. Cluff i; 

Co., res 92'3y^ Harrison 
Horatio S., tinsmith with G. H. Tay 

& Co., res 719 California 

James, longshoreman, res 527 Sac 

John W., cook 152 Second, res 50 

Everett 
Blackwood Charles, waiter Euss House 
Blackwood H^illiam, real estate, office 

109 California, room 13, res NW 

cor Bryant and Oak Grove av 
Wilham K., -with Wm. Blackwood, 

res cor Bryant and Oak Grove av 



Blaht James, moulder, res 520 Mission 

Blaikie Andi-ew, draughtsman Eisdou Iron 
Works, res 2413 Buchanan 

George W., shipjoiner, res 423 Bush 

James L., real estate, 507 Montgom- 
ery, res 7 Piatt's pi 

Eichard T., carpenter Enterprise 

Mill, res 429 Tm-k 

Blair & Chase, (Mathew Blair and William 
W. Chase) hay and gi'ain, SW cor 
Haight and Market 

Blair Chauncey S., pattern maker with Gol- 
den State Iron Works, res 1304 
Larkin 

David B., (Hart, B. & Co.) res Oak- 
land 

Edward, jjorter -with Jas. G. Foster 

-^ Frank, messenger Coiner's Dept., U. 

S. Mint, res 606 Montgomery 

Hemy, engineer, res 740 Howard 

James C, res rear 8 Zoe 

James, second assistant engineer P. 

M. S. S. Co 

James A. W., boot-treer with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res 320 Fell 

Janet, widow, res rear 8 Zoe 

John, cabinetmaker with W. H. Cum- 

mings, 341 Pine 

Mathew, (Blaii- & Chase) res 224 

Capp 

Eobert, machinist with Birch, Argall 

.fc Co., res rear 8 Zoe 

Samuel, shijjowner, res 47 Tehama 

Blair Thomas M., Sergeant-at-Arms S. 

F. Stock and Exchange Boai'd 

and agent for Pacific Hall, res 

518 Bush 

William, carpenter, res 1120 Mission 

William, ijaiuter, res rear 8 Zoe 

Blaisdel Jay P., shoemaker with J. Lucier, 

res 286 Stevenson 
Blake Arthiu' L., agent, res NE cor Howard 

and Twenty-first 

Charles E., dentist, res 34 Tyler 

Blake Charles Edward, physician 

and surgeon, office and res 406 

Hayes 
Charles M., school teacher, res 331 

Geary 
C. N., carpenter, res 425 Shipley 

Chas. T., contractor, res 4 Vernon pi 

C. T., collector Howard-st wharf, res 

619 Bush 

Elizabeth Mrs., res 121% Shipley 

Blake Francis, (Blake, Bobbins & Co.) 
res Oakland 

Frances J., laundi-ess, 914 Pacific 

George M., bookkeeper v,^th. A. Hay- 
ward, res 1124% Folsom 

George W., salesman with Fisher & 

Co., res 316 Third 

Greenleaf C, teamster, res 112 Fell 

Henry C, Notary Public and Com- 
missioner of Deeds, 333 Mont- 
gomery, res 20% Wetmore pi 



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Blake Henry H., life insixrance agent, 302 
Montgomery, res 810 Leaven- 
worth 

James, laborer, res 142 Clara 

James, physician, 426 Sutter 

James, sailmaker, res 34 Stenart 

John, boots and shoes, 974 Folsom 

John, bricklayer, res 69 Minna 

John, carpenter, res rear 27 Fifth av 

John, harness maker with W. F. Dor- 

rance, res 106 First 

John, liquor saloon, 106 First 

John, tailor, 332 Sutter 

John T., blacksmith with Nelson & 

Doble, res 121 Shipley 

Julia, widow, res 540 Natoma 

J. K., j)iano tuner with Kohler, Chase 

& Co., res 506 Powell 

J. W., physician, office and res 1636 

Eddy 

L., laborer, Pacific EoUing Mills 

Mary Mrs., res 12 Leroy pi 

Maurice B., atty-at-law, office 729 

Montgomery, res 325 Seventeenth 

Blake Maurice C, Judge Municipal 

Criminal Court, chambers 729 

Montgomery, res 325 Seventeenth 

Michael, hostler St Lawrence Stables, 

res 421 Bush 
Michael, packer -tt-ith California Fur- 
niture Mnfg Co., res 20 Fifth 

M. R. Mrs., di-essmaker, 404 Post 

Miss, di-essmaker, res 273 Stevenson 

Phihp H., real estate broker, 306 

Montgomery, res N s Point Lobos 
road bet Collins and Ferrie 

Patrick, serviceman with S. F. Gas- 

Ught Co 
Blake, Bobbins «& Co., (Francis 
Blake, James Moffitt, C. F. Rob- 
bins and James W. Towne) im- 
porters and jobbers in book, 
news, ^^Titing and wi-apping pa- 
per and manufacturers of paper 
bags, 516 Sacramento and 519 
Commercial [see adv, page 21a] . 
Blake Robert, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

S. B., merchant, res 1205 Tajdor 

Sumner C, books and stationery, 

617 Montgomery, res 1422 Cali- 
fornia 

Thomas W., laborer, res 111 Harrison 

Blake Theodore A., (Goodyear & B.) 

res 216 Bush 
Walter W., painter with F. A. Ruth- 
erford, res 813 Harrison 

William, barber, res 1006 Jackson 

William, sign painter with F. A. 

Rutherford, res 529 Second 

WiUiam, stevedore -mth A. C. Freese 

W., stockbroker, 405% California, res 

Oakland 

WilUam H., (Cary & B.) 640 Clay, 

res Jackson nr Mason 
Blakeley Francis, carpenter, res 109 Powell 



Blakely Alexander, printer with Wheeler & 

Co., res 422 Seventh 
Calvin, carpenter with Excelsior Mill 

Co., res W s Brewster, B. H. 
C. F. Mrs., furnished rooms, 206 

Kearny 
Edward, foreman ammonia works S. 

F. Gaslight Co., res 22 Rondel pi 
John, fireman S. F. Gaslight Co., res 

163 Minna 
Blakeney Thomas J., (Joseph Roos & Co.) 

res Lick House 
Blakesler Charles A., policeman, res 755 

Howard 

Fernando D., painter, res 755 Howard 

Blakey John, printer Evening Bulletin, res 

1219% Kearny 
Blakiston John S., sailmaker, 6-8 Clay, res 

149 Peny 
J. Robert, sailmaker with J. S. Blak- 
iston, res 149 Perry 
Blanc Alexander, real estate, res 117 Dora 
Amedee, carrier Guide, res 107 Mont- 
gomery^ Block 
Blanc Henry, foreman with Charles 

Roche, res 1 Washoe pi 

Morris, clerk, res 293 Clementina 

Paul, saloon, 639 Pacific 

Peter, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
William, seaman, re& North German 

Hotel 



Blanch Bernard, carriagemaker with Mc- 

Ai-ran & Sophey, res 314 Third 
Blanchar J. D., prest Cal Farmers' Mutual 

Fire Insurance Co., office 6 

Leidesdorff, res Napa City 
Blanchard & Haberlin, (David Blanchard 

and James Haberlin) wines and 

liquors, junc Sutter and Market 
Blanchard Andi-ew, hairdresser, res 405 

Geary 
David, (Blanchard &, Haberlin, ) res 

621% Minna 

Edward, clerk, res 1505 Pine 

Henry P., (WilUams, B. & Co.) res 

Occidental Hotel 
H., physician, office 649 Broadway, 

res 1106 Powell 
Blanchard Jules, dealer in hardware, 

bed and sofa springs, 44 FotU'th, 

res 2.36% Jessie 
Lott, messenger. Custom House, res 

22 First av 
Phineas V., milk ranch, SW cor San 

Jose av and Twenty-sixth 
Blanchette Louis, shoemaker with Stephens 

& Dugan, res 202 Sixth 
Blanchfield Andrew, gasfitter with W. O. 

Murtha, res SE cor O'Farrell and 

Gough 
Edward, butcher with Gleason & 

Bro., res 519 Bush 
James, laborer, res 38 Baldwin crt 



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Nos. 70ft, 708, 110, 712, 714-, 716 KEARNY ST. 



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[ Blanchfleld James, laborer, Oregon S. S. Co 

1 Thomas, gi'oceries, SE cor Fell and 

I Gough 

Blanckaert Victor J., (Smith & B.) 

res 631 Sacramento 
Blauckenbnrg Theo., bookkeeper M-ith E. K. 

Howes & Co., res 502 Fi-anklin 
Blanco Binicio, i^rinter, res 1023 Clay 

Theresa, widow, res 1318 Diipont 

Blanding John G., atty-at-law, 507 Mont- 
gomery, res 1606 Howard 
Blandiug William, attj-at-law, 507 

Montgomery, res 1606 Howard 
Blauey <fe Conway, (James Conway 

and James E. Blaney) wines, 

liquors and cigars, SW cor Foui'th 

and Mission 
Blaney Anna, ■mldow, res 127 Folsom 
• Edward W., atty-at-law, office 23 

Coui-t blk, res 507 Ellis 

Ellen Miss, res 127 Folsom 

James, meterman, S. F. Gaslight Co 

Blaney James A., (Blaney & Conway) 

res 263 Jessie 

John, housepainter, res 507 EUis 

John Heniy, asst bookkeeper Hiber- 

nia Savings and Loan Society, 

res 530 Jessie 
Blank Charles C, baker, Eclipse Bakery, res 

1806 Hj'de 

John, machinist, Pacific RoUing Mills 

Louis, watchmaker with S. Simmons, 

res 1216 PoweU 
Blanken Hemy, proprietor Six-Mile House, 

San Bruno road 
Jacob, fireman, S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Mills, res North Point nr Lai'kin 
Martin, hostler, res Six-Mile House, 

San Bruno road 
Blankenhorn Charles, butcher with B. Horn, 

res First av m- Kentucky, South 

SF 
Gottlieb, saloon, NW cor Broadway 

and Mason 
Blankman Hany, clerk with T. J. Owens, 

res Brooklyn 
Blankmann Hemy G.' proptr Grand Central 

Market, res Tubbs' Hotel, Oak- 
land 
Blanks B. H., widow, res 16 De Boom 
Blankstein Hemy, superintendent with D. 

Samuels, res 311 Kearny 
Blaschem Henry, music teacher, res 1118 

Howard 
Blasdell L. B., jeweler with Hubash, Kutz 

<fe Co., res 564 Howard 
Blaser Adele iliss, di-ess and cloakmaker, 

23% Geary 

J. Ch., trunkmaker, res Cottage pi 

Blass John Charles, clerk with C. V. Gilles- 
pie, res 53 Natoma 
Meyer, merchant, 12 Bush, res 435 

Fifth 
Blasse Edward, clerk, 58 Second, res 547 

Mission 



Blaszkower M., salesman with E. Cohn & 

Co., res 337 Clementina 
Blath Sigmund, agent Patent Brick Co., res 

206 Tyler 
Blatter fiir freies reUgioses Leben, (monthly) 

Freiderich Schuenemann Pott, 

publisher and proptr, 603 Wash- 
ington \ 
Blattie Napol, carpenter, res 16 Geneva '' 
Blattner John, street contractor, res 425 

Third ! 
Nicholas, (McNally & B.) res 80 1 

Everett | 

Blattz A., metalroofer with Conlin & Roberts, i 

res 309 Jessie j 

Blauer E., bookkeeper Swiss Hotel ] 

Blaut Samuel, butcher, res NE cor Fillmore I 

and Sacramento j 
Blauvelt Edward, bookkeej)er, res 614 Jlisn | 
Richard D., jr., deputy recorder, res I 

110 OTaiTell 

William A., clerk, res 614 Mission 

Bleasdel John, shoemaker,res 286 Stevenson 
Blechen Chi-ist, clerk \vith John W. Nickels, 

res XW cor Mission and Twenty- 
sixth 
Blecher William, chicken ranch, York nr 

Nineteenth 
Bleckeridge E. W., cooper Pacific Stave 

Mnfg Co., res 498 Eighth 
Bleg Peter P., Scan. Society, 71 New Mont 
Bleiet M., heater Pacific Rolling Mills 
Blemel L., tailor, res E s Columbia bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Blennerhassett Richard, shoemaker, res 22 

Clara 
Blessing Frederick, janitor Pacific Hall, res 

Philadelphia House 
Blethen Charles A., mattress framemaker 

with Samuel Beal, res 527 Sac 
Eugene O., salesman with Brittan, 

Holbrook & Co., res Woodrow 

House 
— = John H., chief whai-finger Board 

State Harbor Commissioners, 

office Pacific-st wharf, res Wood- 
row House 
Bley Abram, merchant, res 1011 Mission 
Bleymann E., upholsterer, 917 Stockton, res 

4 VaUejo pi 
Bliely Joseph, barber with Plante & Fleis- 

chhauer, res 214 First 
Bliffens Thomas V., wharfinger, Front-street 

wharf, res 1919 Polk 
Blindman Emma Mrs., dressmaker, res 8 

Stockton pi 
Blineau Eugene, seaman schr Sophia Wen- 

ger, res cor Steuart and Howard 
Blinkenhollen Gottlieb, saloon, NW cor 

Broadway and Mason, res 902 

Broadway 
Blinn Charles H., clerk forwarding dept 

Wells, Fargo & Co., res 1527 Post 

Cyrus A., policeman, res 141 Silver 

Helen B., widow, res 542 Second 



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Bliss George D., woolesale butcher, res 1597 

Pacific 
Theodore, stevedore with Menzies & 

Bingham 
Blitz Caroline Mrs., res 227 Geary 
Bliven Albert, P., capt ship Grace Darling, 

office pier 17 Steuart 
Blivin Samuel N., field note-clerK; U. S. Sui'- 

veyor-General's office, res 1112 

Hyde 
Bliwise Herman, tailor, res Coso House 
Bloch & Davidson (Isaac F. Bloch and Jas 

W. Davidson) kid, goat and mor- 

rocco mnfrs, Brannan nr Eighth 
Abraham B., dry goods, 1109 Dupont, 

res 2106 Mason 
Bernard, salesman 26 Kearny, res 

2106 Mason 
Con, dentist -ndth J. A. W. Lundborg, 

res 2 Essex 
Isaac, merchant, res SW cor Mont- 
gomery av and Vallejo 
Isaac F., (Bloch & Davidson) res 

820 Larkiu 
John, laborer Bay Sugar Kefinery, 

res E s Sansome nr Union 
John, dry goods, 2 Virginia Block, 

res 615 Green 
Bloch Joseph, (A. Zeehandelaar & Co.) 

res 620 Fourth 
Leon, salesman with John Bloch, res 

615 Green 
Wilham, boots and shoes, 1032 Du- 
pont, res 1028 Dupont 
Blochman «& Cerf, (A. Blochman and 

M. Cerf) commission merchants, 

405-407 Sansome 
Blochm^u Abraham, (Blochman & 

Cerf) res 836 O'Farrell 

Emanuel, res 420 O'Farrell 

E. Mrs., milliner, 36 Kearny, res 420 

O'Farrell 
Lazar E., salesman with Cobltaer 

Bros., res 420 O'Farrell 
Block Abram, merchant, 115 Battery, prest 

Odd Fellows' Savings Bank and 

Supervisor Eighth Ward, res 208 

Jones 
• Andreas, Scandinavian Society, 71 

New Montgomery 

Annie Mrs., res 16 Sutter 

Emanuel D., dry goods, Oakland, res 

515 Geary 
Felix, butcher with M. Gradwohl, res 

Market nr Second 
Felix, salesman with Beiss Bros. & 

Co., res 409 Dupont 
Henry, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
Block James N., secretary S. F. Pion- 
eer Woolen Factory, 115 Battery, 

res 208 Jones 

John, laborer Bay Sugar Eefinery 

John, tailor, 603 Kearny, res 324 

Mason 



Block Marcus, clerk with J. Blumenthal, 
res 324 Mason 

Kobert, foreman dredger Winne 

mucca, res 1105 Powell 

Kobert Mrs., furnished rooms, 1105 

Powell 

Samuel, butcher •mih L. Rosenberg, 

res 519 Geary 

Blockhaus Frederick, clerk, NE cor Chest- 
nut and Mason 

Blodes Theodore, barber, 3 Post, res 1239 
Folsom 

Blodgett Edwin A., shipping clerk with Brit- 
tan, Holbrook & Co., res 411 
Natoma 

Bloeser John, with Kimball Manufactuiing 
Co., res 704 Sutter 

Blogg Henry, shoemaker with D. W. Emer- 
son, res 728 Clementina 

Blohm & Oerkeu, (P. Blohm and C. 
Gerken) gi-oceries, NW cor Mis- 
sion and Beale 

Blohm A., driver with H. A. Benjamin & 
Co., res 1222 Eddy 

Fred., teamster, office 414 Sansome 

John, porter, 322 Clay, res 218 

Pacific 

Blohm Peter, (Blohm & Gerken and 
Gerzikowsky & Gerken) res NW 
cor Mission and Beale 

Blohme Bros., (Hermann and John 
Blohme) groceries and liquors, 
NE cor Second and Tehama and 
NW cor Sutter and Polk 

Blohme Hermanu, (Blohme Bros.) 
res NE cor Second and Tehama 

Blohme John, (Blohme Bros.) res NW 
cor Sutter and Polk 

Blomberg J., type-dresser Mith Painter & Co. 
res American Exchange 

Blome Henry, cook with Chas. Ravermann, 
res NE cor Eighth and Brannan 

Blomqvest Olof, watchmaker with George C. 
Shreve & Co., res 312 Mason 

Blond Frederick, clerk with C. Waller & Bro. 
res SE cor Oak and Gough 

Louis, workman, Maison Doree 

Blondeau Zacharias, res 8 Pratt pi 

Blondell Thomas, drayman, 325 Front, res 
606 Fulton 

Blood J. H., Notary Public and Comr of 
Deeds, office 24 Montgomery 
Block, res 558 Seventeenth 

Levi L., bookkeeper Genessee Flour- 
ing Mills, res 615 Sacramento 

William, sailmaker with William C. 

Wood, res NW cor VaUejo and 
Stockton 

Bloohm Frederick, expressman, res 612 
Stevenson 

Bloom Charles, cook St. Nicholas Hotel 

Charles, sawyer with B. & J. S. Doe, 

res 31 Welsh 

David, (L. Dinkelspiel & Co.) res 

614 Sutter 



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Bloom Eliza Mrs., dressmaker w-ith Charles 
Mayer 20 Montgomery, res 352 
Geary 

Eliza Mrs., di-essmaker, 531 Jones 

^ Joseph, (L. Dinkelspiel & Co.) res 

Westminster House 

Lang, butcher, res E s Van Ness av 

bet Bnsh and Fern av 

Samuel, wooli^uUer and tannery E s 

Folsom bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth, res 1935 Howard 

Wolf, tanner and cun-ier NE cor Fol- 
som and Nineteenth, res 25 Har- 
riet 

Blooman Dora, cook 1618 Folsom 

Bloomer Eliza Mrs., nursery, 708 Railroad 
av South S. F. 

■ Hiram G., nursery, res Railroad av 

nr Tenth South S F. 

JohnG., operator Fire Alarm and Po- 
lice Telegi-aph, Brenham pi, and 
mining sec 419 California, res 
1816 Dupont 

Thos. H., clerk with R. B. Ii-win & 

Co., res 708 Railroad av south S.F. 
fBloomfieldC. E., salesman with B. M. Atch- 
ison & Co., res Brooklyn Hotel 

James, clerk, res 918 Jackson 

Mary, A^idow, res 214 Francisco 

, merchant, res 209 Kearny 

I Bloomington Charles, hostler City R. R. Co 

Bloor G. W., jDrinter Call, res 10 Prospect pi 

Bios Joseph A., expressman cor California 
and Battery, res 7 Nineteenth 

BL'^s Charles, bookkeeper, res 53 Natoma 

Blossett Samuel, shoemaker 535 Linden 

Blossom B., laborer Pacific Ban-el and Keg 
Co., res 32 Rousch 

Blote Henry, collector Chronicle, res Arling- 
ton House 

Blow A. W., clerk auditor's dept Wells, Fargo 
& Co. 

Walter W., bookkeeper with Haggin 

•t Teds, res Oakland 

Blower WiUiam, basketmaker, res Montgom- 
ery Hotel 

Bloxham Charles, carpenter with W. B. 
Bradbuiy, res 512 Howard 

Blucher August, confectioner 9 Stockton, res 
464 Kearny 
G., fireman Pacific Distilling & Re- 
fining Co 

Blue Anchor House, J. L. Schroeder, 
propr, 7-9 Washington 

Blue Daniel P., carpenter, res Franklin 
Hotel 

Blue House Restaurant, Mrs. Thiele 
in-opr, 506 Market 

Blue Jacket M. Co., (Nev.) C. J. Eaton, 
sec, 402 Montgomery 

Blue Jacket North M. Co., (Nev.) C. J. 
Eaton sec, 402 Montgomery 

Blue Mountain Pick Gold ^lining 
Co., Louis Terme sec, office 510 
Jackson 



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Blue Robert, master mariner, res rear 1210 

Larkin 
Blum Adolph, cigars 231 Kearny, res 812 

Ellis 
Charles, clerk with Adolph Blum, res 

812 Ellis 

Chas., student Heald's Business Col. 

Heniy, bakery 1817 Powell 

Henry, butcher with J. Schweitzer & 

Co., res E s Van Ness avbet Bush 

and Sutter 

Herman, mining, res 906 Market 

Isidor, merchandise broker, 310 Pine 

Jacob, (Blum Sons k Co., Dixon) 

office 117 Battery, res 609 Eddy 
Jacques, clerk with Loewe Bros., res 

1024 Larkin 
John, (Porter, Blum & Slessinger) 

res 607 Eddy 
Leon, (J. Schweitzer & Co.) res SE 

cor Van Ness av and Bush 
Louis, waiter -with Boutinon & Bul- 

land, res 530 Merchant 

Marcus, musician, res 1204 Sutter 

Moses, jr., (Porter, Bltmi & Slessing- 
er) res 609 Eddy 

Simon, res 614 Sutter 

Simon, expressman, res 757 Brannan 

cook, res 605 Broadway 

Blumberg Julius F., res 36 Twelfth 
Blume Henry, boot and shoemaker. 

Merchant 

Isaac, junk dealer, 4 Oregon 

Louis, sack-buyer Golden Gate Flour 

MiU, res 922% Folsom 
PhiUp, shoemaker, res SE cor First 

av and Sixteenth 
Blumel Jiolius, salesman with F. Schone- 

man, 517 Kearny 
Blumenberg Jacob H., real estate, 125 San- 
some 
Bhimenthal Adolph, (Seeligsohn & Co.) res 

Clementina nr Fourth 

Henry M., res 5 Caroline 

Julius, dry goods, 214 Third, res 12 

Hyde 
Blumer Godfrey, res 1816 Dupont 
Blundell Henry, jeweler Cal. Jewelry Co., 

res 700 Broadway 
• Henry, sailmaker with Harding & 

Brann, res Relay House 
James, restaurant, 1303 Stockton, res 

700 Broadway 
Blunt John P.. packer with Einstein Bros. & 

Co., res 1100 Taylor 
Phineas U., asst storekeeper Custom 

House, res 1100 Taylor 
William G., director Cal. Academy of 

Sciences, res 1100 Taylor 
Blutt Michael, roller Rolbng Mills, res Po- 

trero Point 
Bluxome & Co., (Isaac Bluxome) coal, iron 

and metal, 323 Front 
Isaac, (Bluxome & Co.) res 1103 

Van Ness av 



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Bluxome Joseph, physician, ofi&ce and res 306 
Stockton 

Bly Annie Maria, widow, res 808 Bush 

Leander A., machine hand with Ex- 
celsior Mill Co., res 811 Mason 

Blynn Charles H., way-bill clerk with Wells, 
Fargo & Co., res S s Post bet 
Lagtina and eta via 
Henry, salesman with Starbird & 
Goldstone, res 2513 Sacramento 

T. H., capitalist, office 724% Market, 

res 109 O'Farrell 

■ William Jay, musician, res 283 Ste- 
venson 

Boalt John H., (Estee & B.) atty-at- 
law, 410 Montgomery, res 1003 
Twelfth, Oakland 

see Bolte 

Boam Philip B., watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 38 Sixth, res 44% Sixth 

Board of Brokers, (old) 411% California 

Board of Brokers, (new) 423 California 

Board of Commissioners S. F. Fire Depart- 
ment, 23 Kearny 

Board of Education, 22 City Hall 

Board of Engineers U. S. A., Pacific 
Coast, Col. B. S. Alexander, Maj. 
Geo. H. Mendell, Lieut.-Col. C. S. 
Stewart and Lieut.-Col. R. S. 
Williamson, 533 Kearny 

Board of Equalization, 3 City Hall 

Board of Fish Commissioners, 401 California 

Board of Health, 124 Geary 

Board of Pharmacy, Medical College Stock- 
ton nr Chestnut 

Board of Pilot Examiners, 44 Merchants' 
Exchange 

Board of Police Commissioners, 11 City Hall 

Board of Pubhc Works, City Hall 

Board of Eegents University of California, 
320 California 

Board of Sailor Boarding House Commis- 
sioners (Marine Board) 302 Davis 

Board of San Francisco Port War- 
dens, Archibald Harloe, Isaac 
Swaney, Joseph Austin, John P. 
Jourdin, sec, offices 525 Front 

Board of State Harbor Commis- 
sioners, Samuel Soule, Thomas 
D. Mathewson, Donald C. Mc- 
Ruer, commissioners; J. A. Mc- 
Clelland, sec; T. J. Arnold, en- 
gineer, office 440 Jackson 

Board of Supervisors, 3 City Hall 

Board of Tide-Land Commissioners (State) 
715 Clay 

Board of Underwriters, Amsterdam, 710 San- 
som 

Board of Underwriters, Bordeaux, SW cor 
Battery and Washington 

Board of Underwriters, Boston, 405 Front 

Board of Underwriters, Bremen, 308 Front 

Board of Underwriters, French, 524 Mont 

Board of Underwriters, Hamburg, SW cor 
Front and Jackson 



Board of Underwriters, London Lloyds, 430 

California 
Board of Underwriters, New York, 318 Cal 
Board of Underwriters, Philadelphia, 318 Cal 
Boarding Masters' Association 610 Fi-ont 
Boardman George C, gen'l agent -^tna Ins 

Co., 14 Merchants' Exchange, res 

1403 Van Ness av 
Boardman Joseph, real estate, res 3 

Boardman pi 
R., seaman, res 415 East 



Boarman Louis, waiter Grand Hotel 

Mary Mrs., res 2318 Howard 

Boas Judah, (J. Levi & Co.) res 607 Bu- 
chanan 
Boass Isadore, junk dealer, 597 Sixth 
Bobart John, painter, res cor Nineteenth and 

Folsom 
Boberg Carl Gustav, Scan Society, 71 Ney 

Montgomery 
Bobet L., brassfinisher with Weed & King- 

weU, res 141 Clara 
Bobier John, gardener, res Twenty-seventh 

nr Sanchez 
Bobst Cyrus E., variety store, 7 Foiirth, res 

729 Bush 
Bobiis Antonio, (Valentine & Co.) res North 

Point Chop House 
Boccardo Luigi, foreman with Prusso & Spli- 

valo, res 1616 Dupont 
Boch Henry, framemaker, res rear 432 Vallejo 
Rudolph, bookkeeper with McCain, 

Flood & McClure, res 411 Minna 
Bochau Charles, clerk with Chas. Fett, res 

931 Folsom 

W., bar pilot stmr Oriflamme 

Bock C, clerk, res Prescott House 

Christoj)her, cook 909 Kearny 

Ferdinand, porter with Feigenbaum 

& Co., res 28 Tehama 
Hem-y, framemaker with S. Haus- 

mann & Co 
Joseph, baker and confectioner 30 

Sixth 

WiUiam, carpenter, res 207 Post 

William, waiter Continental Hotel 

— , stevedore with Menzies & Bing' 

ham 
Bocken & Baccala (Henry Bocken and Louis 

Baccala) propts Sorbier's restaur- 
ant 540 Commercial 
Henry (Bocken & Baccala) res 811 

Union 

-^ H., laborer Pac Dis and Ref Co 

Bocker John, basketmaker with V. 

Navlet, res 637 Broadway 
Bockham Augusta, ironer with Neustadtei 

Bros., res 11 Folsom 
Bockmann Henry, laborer, res Filbert ni 

Fillmore 

D. H., bakery, 804 Greenwich 

Frederick, porter with Von Ronn & 

Hencke Bro., res 429 Bush 
John C, groceries, res NE cor Fourti 

and Freelon 



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HomiBopatliic Pharmacy 




234 SUTTER STREET, 

Young Mens' Christian Assoeialion Building, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



This is the only Establishment on the Pacific Coast which 
is exclusively devoted to Homoeopathy. 

Homoeopathic Books and Medicines and all articles in the 
Homoeopathic line, Wholesale and Retail. 

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New York, 145 Grand Street, - - - - Established, 1836 

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Bockinami — , res 9 Harlan pi 
Bocqueraz Autoiue, (Shea, Bocqueraz 

i' McKee) res 1108 Bush 
Boddy W. W., laborer, res 16 Folsom 
Bode Adolph W., (Haskell ct B.) res 518 

Braunan 
Bode Bros., liquors, (Henry and EideBode) 

NIN^ cor Fourth and To'W'nsend 
Eide, (Bode Bros.) res NW cor Fourth 

and Townsend 
Ernest, machinehand -n-ith Haskell & 

Bode, res 518 Brannan 
Frederick, clerk \rith F. Hastedt & 

Co., res cor Dupont and Morton 
,- George C, proptr Batterj'-st Bonded 

Warehouse, res 1260 California 
Henry, (Bode Bros) res NW cor Fourth 

and Townsend 

Henry, carpenter, res 18 Eleventh 

Joseph, cigars and tobacco, SW cor 

Foiu-th and Howard, res 7 Everett 

Louis, carpenter, res 18 Eleventh 

William, sugar refiner, res 735 Bran- 
nan 
Bodeau Edward, moiilder, res 520 Mission 
Bodecker Louis, musician, res 402 Green 
Wilham, musician, res 402 Green 



Bodelle Louis, bricklayer, res 792 Folsom 
Boden John F., deputy County Clerk, res 

624 Filbert 
John H., (John H. Boden & Co.) res 

5 s Chestnut bet Leavenworth 
and Jones 

John H. & Co., (John H. Boden and 

Julius Quinchard) ship and Cus- 
tom House brokers, office 504 
Battery 

P.. widow, res 705 Green^vich 

Bodfish W. H., atty-at-law, 612 Clav, res 257 

Clara 
Bodien A., upholsterer, 962 Folsom 
John, upholsterer wdth W. J. Henev 

6 Co., res 962 Folsom 
Bodkin Eliza, di-essmaker, res 410 Fom-th 
Bod well Harry H., (Atwood & B.) 

res E s Bartlett bet Twentj--f ourth 
and Twenty-fifth 

Joseph, bootmaker, res 1328 Dupont 

Boe Detlef, cabinetmaker with Pacific U. W. 
Furniture Mnfg Co., res 920 Fol- 
som 
i Boeckman George, porter with H. P. Wake- 
lee, res 429 Bush 
Boegli Berthold, upholsterer ^ith W. J. 

Heney & Co., res Park Hotel 
Boehm John, clerk with T. J. Bass & Co., 

res cor Fifteenth and Noe 
Boehme Fred, musician, res 1622 Stockton 
Boehner Julius, saloon, 18 Hayes 
Boekhoff Gerhard A., dyer, res 18 Fourth 
Boell Edward A., sash and blindmaker vnth. 

B. &:J. S. Doe, res 315 Fifth 
Boelsam J., laborer, res NE cor Eighth and 

Brannan 
Boenig Hem-y, miner, res German Hotel 



Boenig Herman, miner, res German Hotel 

Boericke «!k Tafel, (F. E. Boericke 
and A. J. Tafel) Homoeopathic 
Pharmacy, 234 Sutter 

Boericke F. E., (Boericke & Tafel) res 
Philadelphia 

Boericke William, manager Homoeo- 
pathic Pharmacy, 234 Sutter, res 
2 Vernon pi 

Boerman Hem-y, barkeeper with Jacob 
Jochim, res 5% Monroe 

Boerner C, pianomaker, res 1117 Folsom 

Boero GiaQomo, market gardener, 51-52 Col- 
ombo Market 

Boersch Gottleib, maltster with J. Nibbe & 
Co., res 1428 Pine 

Boes John, laborer, res SE cor Nebraska 
and Alvarado 

John F., clerk with A. Roman & Co., 

res 949 Folsom 

Michael, teamster, res 949 Folsom 

Boesck Emile, Pacific Lamp, Lantern 
and Eeflector Manufactory, 569 
Mission 

Boese Heury J., Golden Gate Market, 
res 2110 Mason 

Boetefuehr Frank, porter ^dth A. Fenkhau- 
sen & Co., res Continental Hotel 

Boettcher Diefcrick, clerk with D. Meyer, 643 
Pacific 

Frederick, machinist vnth. Tait & 

Hainque, res 619 Pacific 

Paul, clerk with A. Ludorflf, res 251 

Stevenson 

Boetzel George, hostler -with P. Morshead, 
res 848 Howard 

Boey Joseph, laborer, res Meyers' Hotel 

OUver, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Bofer WiUiam & Co., (Adolph Marquard) 
hardware, 608-610 Sacramento 

Bogan Charles, commission merchant, res 1 
Wall pi 

Charles, currier with Bloch & David- 
son, res 622 Sixth 

Philip H., longshoreman, res 50 

DeBoom 

Bogard Henry, porkpacker, res 1416 Pacific 

Bogardus^d^ Gordon, (John P. Bogar- 
dus and Frank L. Gordon) pub- 
Ushers China News, 532 Merchant 

Bogardus John P., (Bogardus <fe Gor- 
don) proprietor and pviblisher of 
Figaro and Pacific Law Reporter, 
532 Merchant, res N s Delgardo 
pi nr Hyde 

William, engineer, res 532 Folsom 

Bogart Alfred, mariner, res 104 Steuart 

Arthur W., shoemaker \rith Bnching- 

ham ct Hecht, res 110 Lilly 

C, clerk and extraman Hook and 

Ladder No. 1, 22 O'FarreU 

Charles, carriage painter, res 262 

Minna 

John M., stockbroker, 402 Montgom- 
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Bogai-t Joseph N., -wharf builder, res 262 

Minna 
Bogart Orlando H., mining secretary, 

402 Montgomery, room 1, and 

cashier Pacific 'Bank, res 1921 

Sacramento 
Bogart TV. F., mining secretary, office 

402 Montgomery, room 1, res 

1921 Sacramento 
Bogel C. H., grocery, SW cor Washington 

and Waverly pi 
Eobert, boatman, res Paul Tract 

Homestead 
Boger Edward, driver -with Hemme <fe Beu- 

ter, res 29 Kearny 
Bogerstorm G. M., tailor, res 1132 Dupont 
Bogert & CaldweU, (W. T. Bogert and T. C. 

CaldweU) general agents Marsh 

Truss Co., office 513 Montgomery 
WilUam T., (Bogert & Caldwell) res 

112 Geary 
Boggau Owen, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Bush and Buchanan 
Bogie William, gardener, E s Central av bet 

Sutter and Post 
Bogle E. A., widow, res 1065 Howard 

Joseph S., boatbuilder, res 135 Dora 

William H., special poUceman, res 

610 PoweU 
Bogli Berthold, upholsterer, res Park Hotel 
Bogner B., engraver, 201 Kearny, res 14 

WilUam 
Charles, tailor, 11 Sutter,' res 14 Wil- 
liam 
Bogovich John, barkeeper with^"G. Lele, res 

732 Howard 
Bogue Bernard, laborer with Eeese Llewel- 
lyn, res 13 Sherwood pi 
Felix, clerk with J. G. Kelly, res 305 

Seventh 
Hugh, helper with Empire Foundry, 

res 24 Zoe 
Michael, milk ranch, W s Bernal 

Heights nr Courtland av 
Bohan Daniel, hodcarrier. Palace Hotel 
James, gardener, res 20 Oak Grove 



John, coachman with F. W. Whittier, 

res SW cor Twentieth and Folsom 

Bohannan Ann, widow, res 1176 Harrison 

James H., pressman with Kane & 

Cook, res 922 Natoma 

John E., compositor with Bacon & 

Co., res Clay m- Kearny 

Bohemian Club, rooms 631 Sacramento 

Bohen A., with S. P. R. E. Co., res Me- 
chanics' House 

Benjamin F., policeman, res 1425 

Pine 

George T., survej'or -with Union In- 

sm-ance Co., res 617 Pine 

Henry, shipwright, res NE cor Bat- 
tery and Filbert 

James T., vnth. H. S. Crocker & Co., 

res 617 Pine 



Bohen Maiy, widow, res 168 PeiTy 

Patrick, special poUceman, res 1 

Chesley 

William, porter, Clarke's Point Ware- 
house, res Broadway Hot«l 

Bohler William, junk dealer, res 154 Shipley 

Bohling C, clerk with Becker Bros., res SE 
cor Turk and Larkin 

Bobling Henry, (Behi-ens & B.) res 
NE cor Potrero av and Twenty- 
Fourth 

Bohlmann Hennan, clerk, res 201 Third 

Ludwig, locksmith with C. H. Lea- 

vitt, res 626 Pacific 

Bohm John, porter -n-ith Greenebaum Bros., 
res 714 Geary 

• Eobert, blacksmith with McAfee, 

Spiers & Co., res 64 First 

William, (W. Bohm <fe Co.) res 818 

Valencia 

Bohm W. & Co., (William Bohm) manufac- 
turing jewelers, 616 Merchant 

Bohn Andi-ew, di-iver. Central E. E. Co., res 
903 Bryant 

Heniy, Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 

John, tinsmith and plumber, res 112 

Seventh 

John jr., tinsmith withj_J. Bohn, res 

112 Seventh 

Mary Mrs., widow, res S s Vanderwa- 

ter nr Powell 

see Boehme 



Bohi-den John, laborer, California Sugar Ee- 

flnery, res 122 GUbert 
Bohi-man Hemy, clerk with Bruns & Fredt, 

res cor Francisco and Powell 
John, sugar refiner, California Sugar 

Eefinery, res 498 Eighth 
Bohls Henry, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Seventh and Minna 
Bohse Anton, mattrassmaker with Frank 

Laeremans, res cor Green and 

Hight 
Boice Charles De S., collector and solicitor 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co., 

res Oakland 
J., teamster with William Kerr, res 

909 Battery 

Nathaniel, res 218 Seventh 

see Boj'ce 

Boido Dominique, boots and shoes, 1304 

Stockton 
Boie Adele Miss, photograph retoucher with 

Bradley & Eulofson, res 2007 

Taylor 
Frederick H., seaman, res 26 Sacra- 
mento 
Boiro Louis, salesman with Michael Levy, 

res Morey alley 
Boisen John, confectioner with Schroder & 

Albrecht, 226 Battery 
Boisnet AljDhonse, cabinetmaker, 221 Mission 
Boisse Eugene, barber, 526 Commercial, res 

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Boisseau & Son, (Jean and J. Emile Bois- 
seau) bootmakers 324 Dupont 

Boisseau Gabriel, barber, 738 Pacific, res 1 
Chelsea pi 

Jean, (Boisseau & Son) res 1 Chelsea 

Pl 

Jean Emile, (Boisseau & Son) res 1 

Chelsea pl 

Boissevain Loiiis D., clerk M-ith Bank British 
North America, res 726 California 

Boisson Francis, bookkeeper -nith Lemoine, 
Gambert & Co., res 811% Mont- 
gomery 

Boje Martin, seaman, res North German 
Hotel 

Bokee David M., bookkeeper with W. S. 
Brown & Co., and sec Cederberg 
Gold Mining Co., 215 Sansome, 
res 1015 Leavenworth 

Bokmann Henry, propr Mountain 
House 616 California 

Bolado Joaquin, ranchero, office 535 Clay, 
res 526 Sutter 

Bolain William, (Gallagher & B.) res 145 
Jessie 

Bolan Charles H., with Cornell Watch Co 

James, coach driver, res 208 Second 

Lawrence, hostler with J. F. Wilson, 

res 460 Minna 

Michael J., physician.res 108 Stockton 

Boland Bridget Mrs., embroidering, res 109 
Shipley 

Bolaud James, res 216 Leavenworth 

James, bookkeeper, res 29 Second 

John, storekeeper with American Ex- 
change Hotel 

Michael C, harnessmaker vidth John 

O'Kane, res 572 Twentieth 

Bolaud Robert J., (Donnicliff & B.) 
res 322 Sixth 

W. H., asst weigher. Custom House, 

res 54 Fii-st 

Bolander C, widow, lodgings 736 Market 

Henry N., State Supr Public Instruc- 
tion (and Bolander & Bibend) res 
1231 Mission 

Boldemann Adolph, cook, res 132 Olive av 

Bolden Kichard, messenger Chief Commis- 
sary Division Pacific, res Oakland 

Bole James, clerk -«dth Forbes Bros., res 225 
Second 

John, driver City R. R. Co., res cor 

Sixteenth and Mission 

William, bookkeeper, res 225 Second 

William, res 310 Foiirth 

W.Mrs., ladies' furnishing goods, 310 

Fourth 

see Bolle 

Bolgen William, clerk with Ludwig Siebe, 
res NE cor Fourth & Everett 

Bolger Ann Mrs., propr Globe House, SE 
cor Brannan and Sixth 

John, boilermaker Union Iron Works, 

res 260 Clementina 

John, plasterer, res 335 Shipley 



Bolger John, waiter American Exchange 

Hotel 

Solomon, carter, res 22 Folsom av 

Thomas, bookkeeper with McNally 

& Hawkins, res Fell nr Scott 
Boliver Patrick, scene shifter Bella Union 

Theater 
Boll George, clerk with U. S. Medical Direc- 
tor, res 942 Howard 

George, stevedore, res 134 Steuart 

George A., bookkeeper with Adams, 

Blinn & Co., res 730 Geary 
Bollan Neil, teamster with Wm. Kerr, res 

903 Battery 
Bolle Henry, winegrower, res 323 Clementina 
Boiler Frederick J., biitcher 1230 Dupont, 

res SE cor Stockton and Lombard 
Bolles E. R., with Cornell Watch Co 
Fred., captain stmr Ajax, res 702 

Dolores 
see Bowles 



Bollier Paul, cooper, res 12 Welsh 
BoUiger Jacob, carpenter, res 810 Clay 
Bollinger J. C. «k Co., (J. C. Bolhnger 

and Wm. Darrow) collectors, 612 

Merchant 
Bollinger John €., (J. C. Bollinger & 

Co.) res Oakland 
Nicholas, biitcher with C. H. Aitkin, 

res 322 Broadway 
William A., res Revere House 



BoUinhagen Henry, bartender with J. Vance, 

res 209 Jackson 
Bollman Albert, mariner, res 104 Steuart 
Bollinan John, (J. Bollman & Co.) res 

515 O'Farrell 
Bollman J. A Co., (John Bollman) 

mnfr Russian cigaritos, 409 

Washington 
BoUower John, seaman, res 45 Sacramento 
Bolstead Larse, laborer, res 257 Clementina 
Bolster Thomas, driver Empire Brewery, res 

Linden bet FrankUn and Van 

Ness av 
Bolte Henry, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Henry J., iron moulder, res 64 First 

Mary Mrs., saloon, 1014 Kearny 

William L., bookkeeper with Sol. 

Wangenheim & Co., res 1010 

Stockton 
Bolton James R., capitahst, 618 Merchant, 

res NW cor Jones and Greenwich 

John, machinist, res 1020 Folsom 

John B., res 428 Broadway 

John H., bookkeeper with Miller & 

Lux, res 621 Third 
J. S., solicitor Howe Sewing Machine 

Co 
Bolts John, (Keely & B.) res 737 Howard 
Boltz Albert, restaurant, 250 Fourth 
Bolz Joseph, wood carver with Luchsinger 

& Son, res 349 Fourth 
Boman Charles E., cabinetmaker, NW 

cor Eddy and Powell, res cor Noe 

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Bomeisler Hyman, upholsterer, res 1244 

Mission 
Bomfield Samuel, master schr Nickerson, 

o£ace 305 East 
Bomke Herman, finisher -wdth Field & Frei, 

res 327 Eitch 
Bou Ton iSaloon, J. E. Slinkey proptr, 

California Theatre 
Bona Angelo, vdne and liquor saloon, 128 

Leidesdorff, res 1432 Geary 
Bonacina Angelo, carver with Field & Frei, 

res 14 Bluxome 
Joseph, bookkeeper with Mechanics' 

Mill, res 23 Eausch 
Joseph M., foreman with E. & L. 

Emanuel, res 23 Eousch 
Bonaldi John Baptist, (Pardini, Bonaldi & 

Landini) res 9 John 
Bonavia Nicola, painter, res 47 Clementina 
Bond G. Mrs., res 534 Green 
Henry H., barber, Eaikoad and Elev- 
enth av, res Twelfth av bet P and 

Q, South S. F 

J. B., res Grand Hotel 

— Samuel D., hau'dresser with Heider 

& Co., res 959 Mission 
Bondil P., workman French Hospital 
Bondolfi Pet., restaurant, res 105 Prospect pi 
Bondu A., French teacher, res 300 Third 
Bone Andrew, tailor, res Empire Hotel 
Bonemson John, laundryman with A. Le- 

febre & Co., 30 Harriet 
Bones John, architect, 603 Washington, res 

Alameda 
Boneson B., seaman, res 26 Sacramento 
Bonestell Charles D., res 837 California 
Charles A., salesman with John G. 

Hodge & Co., res 835 California 
Bonestell John T., (Cal. Jewelry Co.) 

res 606 Sutter 
Bonestell liOuis H., manager of John 

G. Hodge & Co., res 606 Sutter 
Bonfiglio N., baker with B. Balto, res 427 

Pacific 
Bong Hugh, with Vulcan Foundry, res 24 Zoe 
Bongerz John, moulder with Union Iron 

Works, res 34 Minna 
Bonicina Fernando, res 806 Stockton 
Bonifacio & Peirano, (G. Bonifacio and J. 

Peirano) retail fruits, NE corner 

Stockton and Washington 
G., (Bonifacio & Peirano) res 717 

Stockton 

G., seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Bonis Marcelbn, butcher, res 111 Dupont 
Peter, horseshoer and veterinary 

surgeon, res 212 Stevenson 
Bonn Albert, gilder, res 111 Geary 
Henry, bookkeeper with Lang & Co. 

res 108 Geary 
Bonnard & Daly, (F. A. Bonnard and B. H. 

Daly) book and job printers, 536 

Clay 
Bonnard Eureka Miss, teacher Spring Valley 

Grammar Sch, res 1409 Jackson 



Bonnard F. A., (Bonnard &, Daly) res 1409 
Jackson 

Marianne Miss, teacher Spring Valley 

Grammar School, res 1409 Jackson 

Bonne Lawrence, coffee-roaster, res 10 Mar- 
garet pi 

Bonnefoncl G., bookkeeper French Mu- 
tual Benevolent Society, office 
706 Montgomery, res 280 Minna 

Bonnell Allison C, cashier S. F. Bulletin 
Co., res W s Capp nr Twenty-fifth 

Edwin, note-clerk Savings and Loan 

Society, res 709 Taylor 

■ Heni-y, clerk with F. A. Eouleau, res 

W s Capp nr Twenty-fifth 

John T., 12 Willow av 

Kate Miss, teacher Pine and Larkin- 

st primary school,res cor Twenty- 
fifth and Capp 

Bonner David, upholster, 1413 Dupont 

Elizabeth, whipmaker with Main & 

Winchester, res cor Broadway and 
Montgomery 

J., engineer S. P. E. E. Co 

John, laborer, res SE cor Howard and 

Main 

L., laborer with G. Venard, res 12 

Vallejo 

Stephen, harbor police, res Webster 

bet Ellis and Post 

W., fireman S. P. E. E. Co 

Bonnet August, brickmaker, res SW cor San- 
chez and Twenty-third 

B., asphaltum worker and brick- 
maker 402 Montgomery 

Mme. L., ladies' hairdresser and 

dealer hair goods, 25 Post 

L. E., brickmaker, res SW cor San- 
chez and Twenty-third 

Mary, res rear 7 Washington av 

Paul, dealer human hair 25 Post 

Bonney C, carpenter Palace Hotel 

Joseph, porter with Geo. C. Johnson 

& Co., res 247 Stevenson 

L. W., carpenter, res 510 EUis 

M. Mrs., res NW cor Mission and 

Seventh 

Bonney Olpha, jr.. farming implements 
and woodworking machinery 221 
Mission, res 1859 Stevenson 

Bonnifield J. T., carpenter, res 715 Howard 

Bonny George, (Geo. C. Shreve & Co.) 
res Occidental Hotel 

Bonsai Edmund C, jr., chief clerk U. S. 
subst dept, res 1623 Sacramento 

Bonsall E. S., carpenter, res 421 Bush 

Bontan J. L., Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 
Montgomery 

Bony Aaron, boxmaker Union Box Factory, 
res 14 Bourbon 

Bonynge Charles W., broker, res 816 Sutter 

Boobar & Co., (Elijah C. Boobar and Wan- 
dell L. Eichardson) wharfbuild- 
ers, of&ce 14 Howard 



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Boobar Elijah C, (Boobar & Co.) res 554 

Folsorn 

J. G., piledi-iver, res 554 Folsom 

Booberg Charles, saloon, 2 Washington 
Boock Heniy, engineer Yolo Flouring Mills, 

res 18 First 
Book William, eai-penter, res 207 Post 
Booker George E., clerk SjDring Valley Water 

Works Co., res 2315 Steiner 
William Lane, H. B. M. Consul Cal, 

Oregon and Washington territory 

319 California, res Union Club 
Bookmeyer William, shipwright, res 7 Wash- 
ington 
Bookstaver Charles H., butcher with G. 

Kaiser & Co., res 212 Grove 

— Maiy J., widow, res 212 Grove 

Wm., conductor Market-st E. E. Co 

W. H., clerk, res 212 Grove 

Boole A Webster, (George Boole and 

Artemus Webster) shipbuilders, 7 

Steuart 
Frank A., cashier with Fhnt, Pea- 
body <t Co., res W s Diamond nr 

Twenty-first 
Boole Cieorge. (Boole & Webster) res 

cor Twenty-first and Diamond 

GustaATis, caiiDenter, res 545 Jessie 

William A., (Middlemas & B.) res 

cor Twenty-fourth and Fair Oak 
Boomsme TJlber, saloon 1029 Kearnv 
Boone H. W., sm-geon P. M. S. S. Co. 
John L., (Dewey <t Co.) res Twen- 
tieth near Guerrero 
John T., agent, NE cor Kearny and 

Post, res 44% Sixth 
W. E., contractor and builder, res 

512 Leavenworth 
Booth A Burns, (E. L. Booth and 

Michael Burns) liquor saloon, 

basement 135 Post 
Booth Adam, (A. Booth k Co.) res 1713 

Mason 
Booth Adam <£: Co., (Adam Booth and 

Eufus Keyser) produce merchants 

326 Davis 
Andi-ew G., (Gunnison & B) atty- 

at-law, office 604 Merchant, res 

558 Minna 
; Charles S., machinist, Union Iron 

works, res 11 Tehama 
'■ •- C. H., shipMi-ight, Shipwrights' Assn, 

71 New Montgomery 
David, machinist and timekeeper 

Union IJron Works, res 11 Tehama 
David, sewing machine maker, res 55 

Second 
Booth E. L.., (Booth & Bums) res 135 

Post 
Booth Gold Mining Co., George E. Spin- 
ney, secretarv, 320 CaUfornia 
Booth H. J. & Co., (H. J. Booth, 

George W. Prescott and Irving 

M. Scott) Union Iron Works, cor 

First and Mission 



Booth Henry J., (H. J. Booth & Co.) 

and i^resident Western Sa^^ng6 

and Trust Co., res 501 Harrison 
Hosea, dairyman with N. Simonds, 

res XW cor Vermont and Twenty- 

fom-th 
James C, spinner, S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, res North Point 

nr Larkin 
Jonathan, spinner, S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factor}', res North Point 

nr Larkin 
Lucius A., merchant, 402 Front, res 

Oakland 
Booth Newton, U. S. Senator for Cali- 
fornia (and W. W. Dodge & Co.) 

res Sacramento City 
Eobert, currier wath C. Hellwig, res 

SE cor Columbia and Serpen- 
tine av 
Samuel, watchman U. S. Mint, res 

512 Shotwell 

Thomas, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

— ■ William, res 42 Tehama 

WilUam H., bookkeeper with William 

B. Hooper & Co., res Grand Hotel 
Boothby Adolph F., chop house, res 42 

Steuart 
August, laborer Bav Siagar Eefinerv, 

res 232 Green 
— D. N., foreign postage stamps, res 

507 Ellis 
Ezekiel, teamster with Eoth & Co., 

res 313 Fell 

William L., res 507 Ellis 

Boothman Samuel, bricklayer Palace Hotel 
Boothroyd Alfred, di-ajTuan, res 514 Fulton 
Bootz Adam, proptr Bootz's Hotel, res 435 

Pine 
Adam J., student civil engineer 

school, res 435 Pine 
Bootz's Hotel, Adam Bootz, proptr, 435 

Pine 
Boorman William J., laborer, S. F. Cracker 

Co., res 21 Anna 
Boos George, driver, res SE cor Mission and 

Nineteenth 
Booye Johannes, mariner, res 104 Steuart 
Bop'p Claus, laborer, res 7 Decatm- 
Borbeck. John, cigars and tobacco, 

store and res 503 Pacific 
Borboa Jesus, wax flower maker, res 902 

Jackson 
Borchardt Herman, clerk with Ackerman 

Bros., res 551% Natoma 
Borchars William, master mariner, res Ein- 

con crt 
Borchelt George, boxmaker, Union Box 

Factory, res 1209 Green 
Borchers August A, laborer. Bay Sugar Ee- 

finery, res 106 Alta pi 
John C.', Baunscheidtist physician, 

office and res 540 Washington 
John H., groceries and liquors, res 

532 First 



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Borchers Theodore W., laborer with E. Was- 

sermann, res Kock House 
William, carpenter, res rear 978 

Harrison 
Borchert End., carpenter, res 1190 Harrison 
Borde Julian, crimper, 519 Stevenson 
Bordeaux Victor, proptr Maison de 

Fer restaurant, 817 Montgomery 
Borden Anna, widow, 508 Davis 

Annie Mrs., res 428 Clementina 

■ Henry E., pattern maker, res 609 

Third 

John, laborer, res 2 Liberty 

Michael, boilermaker, res 909% Fol- 

som 
Bordenave Jean, bakery, 638 Pacific, res 822 

Pacific 
Joseph, butcher with Joseph Lawlor, 

res cor Fifth and Eailroad avs 

Margaret, widow, res 8 Sonoma pi 

P., baker, 638 Pacific 

Bordenwal Jennie Mrs., astrologer, 441 Bush 
Bordes J. L., cutter with Jean Ortet, res 223 

Leidesdorff 
Bordie Frederick, expressman, res 1616 

Powell 
Bordmann, P. T., mate bark Cambridge, res 

145 East 
Bordner Jacob, carpenter, 16 Belden pi, res 

Euss House 
Bordt Henry A., clerk with D. C. Von Sta- 

den, res SW cor Mission and 

Steuart 
John, clerk with P. Garms, res NW 

cor Fifth and Folsom 
William, laborer Cal Sugar Eefinery, 

res cor Eighth and Branuan 
Bordwell «fe Malter, (H. W. Bordwell 

and G-. H. Malter) millwrights, 

408 California, room 16 
Bordwell Albert B., plumber, res 3 Freelon 
Charles W., sawyer with Chris 

Schreiber & Co., res 506 Market 
Bordwell George, architect, 515 Cali- 
fornia, res 3 Freelon 
George A., di-aughtsman with J. P. 

Gaynor, res 3 Freelon 
Bordwell Henry W., (Bordwell & 

Malter) res 530 Bryant 
Borel & Bayle, (F. A. Borel and J. Bayle) 

preserved meats. Fifth av nr M, 

South S. F., and 83-84 California 

Market 
Borel Alfred & Co., (Antoine and Alfred 

Borel) bankers, NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Clay 
Borel Alfred, (Alfred Borel & Co.) res 

Switzerland 
Antoine, (Alfred Borel & Co.) vice- 

Consul for Switzerland, res 929 

Pine 
Frank A., (Borel & Bayle) res 5 St. 

Mary's pi 
Jules, professor modern languages 

University Mound College 



Borel Leon, cook with Witmann & Pour- 

cho, res 336 Washington 
BoreUa Innocente, wheelwright with Prosper 

Estrade, res 531 Vallejo 
Borer James, blacksmith with Hugh Crock- 

ard, res 20 Second 
Borger Jacob, barber, res 815 Broadway 

Louis, expressman, res 515 Bryant 

Borggren & Gama, (J. F. Borggren and J. 

Gania) beer and billiard saloon, 

basement 423 Kearny 
Borggren J. F., (Borggren & Gama) res 5 

Central pi 
Borghero Augusta, cook, res 331 Minna 
Borghgran Niles, tailor 335 Bush, res 1206 

Howard 
Borglund Hans, carpenter, res 38 Perry 
Borgon Caspar, watchman Saulmann's Ees- 

taurant, res 8 Harlan pi 
Borgone F., widow, res 36 Merchant 
Borgstrom Jenny, milliner, 1132 Dupont 
Minnie Mrs., milliner, 311 Montgom- 



ery av 

Peter, res 311 Montgomery av 

Borkhim H., regimental tailor, 140 Fourth 
Borland James, (James Borland & 

Co.) res 63 Clementina 
Borland James «& Co., (James Bor- 
land and Henry EoUand) liquors, 

49 Stevenson 
Borland S. H. Mrs., dressmaker, 30 O'Far- 

rell 
Borle Lewis, (James Connelly & Co.) res 

547 Jessie 
Borlenjer Joel, wine distiller, res rear 208 

Seventh 
Bormann Albert, butcher with J. Kaufman, 

res 437 Minna 
H., farmer, res 421 Bush 



Born Charles, barber 535 Geary 

Philip, auctioneer, res 1239 Folsom 

Borne Andrew, milk ranch, res W s 
Eighteenth nr Hampshire 

Edward, horse-shoe-nail maker, res 

28 Natoma 

Borner Adoplph, machinist with California 
BeUows Mnfg Co., res Swiss Hotel 

Henry, blacksmith, res San Bruno 

road nr Golden City House 

Bornemann Ferdinand H., bookkeeper with 
Wilmerding & Kellogg, res 95 
Fifteenth 

Francis G., cashier U. S. Sub-Treas- 
ury, res 225 Thirteenth 

Fi-ed, clerk with F. Seemer, res 945 

Bryant 

Hartwig, artist, 913 Clay 

W., artist 12 Montgomery, res 913 

Clay 

Bornstein Brothers, (Julius and Max Born- 
stein) gent's furnishing goods, 
822 Market and 108 Fourth 

Bornstein Charles, clerk with E. W. Moss, 
res 821 Post 

Herman, hide dealer, res 414 Tehama 



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Bornstein Julius, (Bornstein Bros.) res 633 

Post 

■ Louis, clerk with J. A. Alexander 

Max, (Bornstein Bros.) res 12 Hyde 

Bon-ay Patrick, res 339 Clementina 
Borren Josejih, upholsterer -wdth K. Borren, 

res 26 Clementina 
. Kaupman, upholsterer 153 Second, 

res 26 Clementina 
Borrmann John C, grocery and saloon NW 

, ) cor Howard and Eighth 
BoiToni^r Auguste, boot and shoemaker, 432 

Pacific 
Borrows Louis, moulder, res 162 First 

Thomas, carpenter, res rear 316 Beale 

Borstal Theodore, carpenter, res 723 0'- 

FarreU 
Bortf'eld Ernest, prest Pacific United 

Workingmen's Furniture Mnfg 

Co., res 24% Garden 
Borthwick Charles, bookkeeper with Pacific 

Saw Mnfg Co., res 1213 Kearny 
Boruck Marcus, (Chase «fe B.) res 714 0'- 

Farrell 
Boscaci Carlo, tinker, res 6 Pollard pi 
Boschen Nicholas, gi-oceries and liquors, NE 

cor Minna and Fifth 
Bose Charles M., groceries, 356 Jessie 
Bose Dietrich, bootmaker with Buckingham 

& Hecht, res NE cor El Dorado 

and Nebraska 
■ Henry, laborer Cal. Sugar Kefinery, 

res 498 Eighth 
Mary Mrs., seamstress, res National 

Hotel 

P., painter, res Sullivan's Building 

Boshel Louis, asst propertjrman Opera House 
Bosewell Major, butcher with A. Newman, 

Center Market 
Boson Antone, seaman, res 210 Drumm. 
Bosq Elise Mrs.", laundry, 1023% Sutter 
Komain, (Frontier, Bellemere & Co.) 

res 1023% Sutter 
Bosquet Andrew, porter \\dth A. P. Hotaling 

& Co., res 11% John 
Eloise Mme., dressmaker, res 1028 

Kearny 
Bosqui Edward, (Edward Bosqui & 

Co.) res 814 Lombard 
Bosqui Edward dc Co., (Edward Bos- 
qui) ijrinters and bookbinders, 

523 Clay 
Boss Frederick, machinist with C. H. Leav- 

itt, res 16 Garden 
• Henry, cabinetmaker with G. Uef- 

finger & Co., res 16 Garden 
Bosselman Henry, mate schr Gen Ord, res 5 

Jackson 
Bossier — , clerk, res 16 Stockton pi 
Bost & Jenkins, (J. W. Bost and T. F. Jen- 
kins) real estate, 331 Montgom'y 
Bost J. W., (Bost & Jenkins) res Oakland 
Bostick M. B., clerk with George I. Ives, res 

109 Stockton 



Hinricks, propr, 119 



Boston House, . J. FF 

Jackson 

Bostrom Peter, mariner, res 120 Shipley 
Bostwick Charles, laborer with J. G. Watson 

& Co., res cor Buchanan and Bay 

John H., real estate, res 818 Lombard 

— Samuel, ijropertj'man Maguire's New 

Theater, res 29 Stevenson 
Boswell S. B., (Edward F. HaU Co.) res 

Grand Hotel 
Bosworth C. H., storekeeper P. M. S. S. Co 
George F., compositor Examiner, res 

1024 Montgomery 
Henry M., teacher music, res 108 

Taylor 
Bosworth William, mining, 432 

Montgomery, res 125 EUis 
Botcher A., gi-oceries and provisions, NW 

cor McAllister and Buchanan 
Heniich, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 

Henry, Mining Supt, res 933 Folsom 

Both Richard W., cooper, res 222% Bitch 
Bothe Louis, confectioner with Dexter & 

Co., res 247 Stevenson 

■ S. Mme., midwife, res 247 Stevenson 

Bothermel Peter, clerk with Gleeson & FeU, 

res 442 Minna 
Bothin Henry E.,, mnfr of Chartres 

Coffee and Spices, 13 First, res 18 

First 
Bothwick E., porter with Wellman, Peck 

& Co 
Bottazini L. A., pressman with Spavdding & 

Barto, res 825 Jackson 
Bottcher Frederick, machinist, res 619 Pacific 
Botters Jasper, seaman, res 119 Jackson 
Bottger John, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Mission and Seventeenth 
Bottomley Charles, driver A^ath C. R. E. Co., 

res N s Post bet Broderick and 

Baker 
Bottron Ferdinand, cabinetmaker, res 8 

August alley 
Botts Charles T., atty-at-law, 60 Merchants' 

Exchange, res Oakland 
Bouchard George P. A., compositor, res 919 

Clay 
Bouche Paul, butcher, res 605 Broadway 
Boucher Eugene, merchant tailor, 537 

Sacramento, res 811 Montgomery 
Henry, laundryman, res cor Sixteenth 

and Valencia 
James, porter with Porter, Blum & 

Slessiilger, res 550 Stevenson 
■ John, furniture dealer, 668 Mission, 

res 705 Hyde 
J., boilermaker with Pacific Iron 

Works, res cor Beale and Mission 
Bouchers B. W., Scan. Soc, 71 New Mont- 
gomery 
Bouchet'Joseph, workman, Maison Dor^e 
Julius, chocolate manufacturer with 

E. Guittard & Co., res 1414 

Stockton 



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BoTidan A., French Laundry, 2111 Mason 
BoTidar Jacques, laundryman, res 309 O'Far- 

rell 
Boudeye Francisco F., brickmaker, res NE 

cor Shotwell and Twentieth 
Boudin Louis, upholsterer with J. W. Burn- 
ham & Co., 618 Market 
Bouffe — , waiter, res 803 Montgomery 
Bougen William, painter, res 1113 Filbert 
William, jr., painter, res 1113 Filbert 



Bougk Hem-y, wine merchant, res Prescott 

House 
Bougi-and M., laundryman, res 1328 Dupont 
Boukofsky Edward, liquor dealer, res 1028 

Larkin 
Boulanger Charles, with Lenormand Bros., 

res SW cor Dupont and Pine 
M. C, wood and coal yard, 1163 

Howard 
Bouldoyre J., widow, res 932 Pine 
Boulette William C, postal clerk, Post Office 
Boullet J. Mrs., res 317 Clementina 

Joseph E., policeman, res 921 Powell 

Boulogne Edouard, artist, res 823 

Montgomery 
Boulsum John, laborer, res NE cor Eighth 

and Brannan 
Boultin — , tailor, res 1 St Mary's pi 
Bounce David, tailor, res 737 Pacific 
Bounds George, expressman, res NW cor 

Tennessee and Butte 
Bounion J., enameler, 419 Pine 
Boupa Francisco, fisherman, res 24 Com- 
mercial 
Bouquet Nicolas, cooper with S. P. Connor, 

res 918 Montgomery 
Bourbin James, gi-ainer, res 22 Lewis 
Bourg Hyppohte, waiter. Metropolitan Kes- 

taurant 
Bourgeault J. W., gilder, res 509 Bush 
Bourgede Theodore G., professor of music, 

res 823 Broadway 
Bourgeois Alexandre, carriage and 

wagonmaker, 630 Broadway 
Louis, lamplighter, S. F. Gaslight 

Co., res 1328 California 
Bourgoin Adolphe, watchmaker, 1120 Du- 
pont 
P., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co 



Bourguignon Auguste, boot and shoemaker, 
res 1034 Kearny 

Ernest, bootmaker with Orin Jones, 

res 1034 Kearny 
Bourn M. Mrs., lodgings, 432 Minna 
Bourne E. W., accountant, res 428 Bryant 

Frederick, res 1117 Montgomery 

Henry J., stmr Oriflamme 

John B., stockbroker, 409 CaUfor- 

nia, res 2107 Jones 
Richard A., shoemaker, res 423 Ste- 
venson 
Bourquin Adele, boarding, 1114 Stockton 
Ch., dentist, office and res 802 Wash- 
ington 
Emil, musician, 11 Virginia 



Boui-quin Marie, res Webb House 
Victorine, res Webb House 



Boursier Edward, butcher. Lick House 
Bousquet A. M. Mme., French dyer and 

scourer, 217 Fourth 
Eugene, with Mrs. C. Bunglet, res 

525 Hayes 
Boutard Charles, proptr French Laundry, 

528 Hayes 
Boutes James F., barkeeper with Coon & 

O'Reilly, res 35 Hinckley 
Boutinon & Bnlland, (S. Boutinon 

and B. BiiUand) restaurant, 530 

Merchant 
Boutinon S., (Boutinon & BuUand, res 

530 Merchant 
Bouton Daniel, res 1227 Washington 

Frank, res 1227 Washington 

William F., clerk with George Howes 

& Co., res 1227 AVashington 
Bouvard N., res 328 Jessie 
Bovee Clarke G., driver with Eureka Salt 

Works, res 38% Zoe 

Claude, shipjoiner, res 43 Second 

James S., deputy sheriflf, res 1214 

Union 
William H., real estate, 238 Mont- 
gomery, res 1607 Powell 
William R., clerk U. S. Restaurant, 

res 510 Taylor 
Bouvet Julius, latmdiy, 716 VaUejo 
Boiiwman Bernard, shoemaker, res 4 Harriet 
BoTO Gabriel, wholesale and retail 

dealer in wines and liquors, 1300- 

1302 Dupont 
Bovyer Robert, carpenter, res 109 Ellis 

Thomas, carpenter, res 109 Ellis 

WiUiam L., carpenter and builder, 

212 Leidesdorff, res SE cor La- 

guna and Pacific av 
Bow J., res 736 Folsom 
Bowcher James, (Wood & B.) res Hyde nr 

Sutter 
Bowden Joseph, paper carrier, res 1007 

Filbert 
Samuel H. N., master mariner, res 

148 Silver 
Bowdel Pien-e, dishwasher, French Hospital 
Bowdish M. S., agent Marcus C. Hawley & 

Co., res 28 Twelfth 
Bowen Ai-chibald, stevedore with Menzies & 

Bingham 

A. B., res 725 California 

A. G. M., res 725 California 

Albert H., dry goods, SW cor Six- 
teenth and Valencia 
Alfred, butcher with Ph. Newman, 

res 15 Rincon pi 
Archibald J., stevedore, res NE cor 

Montgomery and Alta 
Asa M., bartieeper with J. H. 

Dougherty, res 2219 Leavenworth 

Benjamin, policeman, res 1425 Pine 

Bros., (P. M. and C. E. Bowen) 

groceries and liquors, 432 Pine 



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Bovven Charles, dairy, res cor Baker and 
Greenwich 

Charles E., (Bowen Bros.) res cor 

Sutter and Polk 
Bowen Charles R., (Hawley, B. & 
Co.) res 429 Sixth 

Daniel, laborer, res 915 Market 

Daniel, printer, res 39 Everett 

. Daniel, ship-«^-ight. Shipwrights' 

Assn, 71 New Montgomery 

~ David C, steward schr Industry, res 

cor Jackson and East 

Dennis, hostler with N. Gray & Co., 

res 442 Jessie 

E. C, foreman press room coiners' 

dept U. S. Mint, res cor Vallejo 
and Leavenworth 
Edgar J., seedsman, 806-808 San- 
some, res 1711 Webster 

E. T., widow, res 1306 Larkin 

Frances E., widow, res 25 Euss 

George, brass finisher with Golden 

State Pnmp and Brass Manufac- 
tory, res 23 Nevada 

George H., miller, res 1112 Devisadero 

Henry, bartender with B. Corigan, 

623 Kearny 

James, laborer, res 455 Clementina 

James, glass stainer, res 944 Folsom 

Jessup, butcher with J. De VaiiU. res 

23 Anthony 
Johanna Miss, dressmaker, 16 Stock- 
ton pi 

Johanna Mrs., lodgings, 39 Everett 

John, laborer, res 81 Everett 

John, tinsmith, res 129 Bernard 

John, hodcan-ier. Palace Hotel 

Kate, chambermaid Occidental Hotel 

Maria, chambermaid Occidental Hotel 

Mary Mrs., res 432 Minna 

Michael, laborer with Wasserman & 

Co., res rear 139 Main 
Pardon M., (Bowen Bros.) res Oak- 
laud 

Patrick, carriage trimmer with H. M. 

Black & Co., res 22 Mission 

P. P., widow, res 431 Second 

Eeuben W., bookbinder, res 27 La- 
fayette 

Samuel W., salesman with Dalton & 

Gray, res Oakland 

Timothy, res 1311 Broadway 

■ , porter, res 913 Montgomery 

• — , tailor, res 68 Minna 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 
Bower Frank, coppersmith with Sanders & 
& Co., res 57 Jessie 

George, real estate agent with H. E. 

Greene, res 617 Stevenson 

George, boarding, res 114 Hayes 

Henrietta Mrs., di-essmaker with A. 

Lalande, res 318 Seventh 
Bowers A. L., cigar maker with B. C. Duffy, 
res 17 Fourth 



Bowers Charles, res V506 Franklin 

Jacob, Shipwrights- Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 

John, expressman, res E s Steiner 

bet Geary and O'Farrell 

J. Milton, physician, office 44 Third 

J. T., clerk with Kohler, Chase & Co., 

res 1217 Washington 

Bowers M. Co., (Gold Hill, Nev.) Wm. H. 
Watson sec, 302 Montgomery 

Bowers Eichard, laborer, res Sacramento 
Hotel 

S. F., bricklayer. Bricklayers' Prot. 

and Ben. Assn, 234 Sutter 

Stewart, laborer, res Union bet Oc- 

tavia and Gough 

Bowery Consolidated M. &. M. Co., (Lin- 
coln, Nev.) Chas. E. Elliott sec, 
419 California 

Bowes John M., weigher, res 619% Minna 

Bowie Augustus J., jr., clerk with I. Fried- 
lander, res 438 Bryant 

Augustus J., physician, office 622 

Clay, res 1016 Bush 

C. A., medical student, 650 Wash- 
ington, res cor Stockton and 
Jackson 

David, res 1428 Ellis 

Bowie Henry P., atty and counsellor- 
at-law, office 318 California, res 
1016 Bush 

Bowland Martin, paver, res 5 Lick 

Bowlen Thomas, livery stable, 1016 Stock- 
ton, res Occidental Hotel 

William, Custom House Inspector, 

res 24 Minna 

Bowles George E., carpenter and builder, 
203% Post 

Bowles James, books and stationery, 
SE cor Leidesdorff and Commer- 
cial, res 6 Montgomeiy 

James, stevedore, res rear 123 Spear 

Bowley Henry L., bookkeeper with Crego & 
Bowley, res 423 Bryant 

Bowley Samnel C, (Crego & Bowley) 
res 423 Bryant 

Bowling James, res 63 Clementina 

Bowman Aaron W., (Howell & B.) 
res 646 Fourth 

Amos, topographical and mining en- 
gineer, office 11 Mercantile Li- 
brary 

Arthur W., real estate 320 Sausome, 

res 1711 Van Ness av 

Charles, with Cornell Watch Co 

Charles, laborer with Newhall & Co., 

res 209 Fourth 

Charles H., clerk C. P. E. R. stmr 

office, res 716 Front 

E. Mrs., dressmaker, res 227 Post 

Frank E., sticker California Mills, 

res 410 Capp 

George E., res 158 Tehama 

James, res 714 Broadway 

James F., journalist, res 1005 Clay 



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Bowman Joel K., res 158 Tehama 
John, rigger, Eiggers' and Steve- 
dores' Assn, 429 Pacific 

■ John, engineer, res 39 Clementina 

J., barber mth L. Corrivean, res 113 

Geary 
Bowman John S., (John S. Bowman & 

Co.) res 904 Leavenworth 
Bowman Jolin S. «fe Co., (John S. 
Bowman) importers and manfrs 
of cigars and dealers in tobacco 
NW cor Battery and Sacramento 

L. W., Mrs., res 26 John 

Lewis tailor, res 818 Folsom 

Lillie, with Fratinger & Noll, res 

1419 Mason 
Michael (Lachman & B.) res 945 



P., widow, res 1419 Mason 

Samuel, watchman Market-st E. E. 

Co 

William, shoemaker with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res 144Eose 

William, shoemaker with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res 320 Fell 

see Boman 

Bowmann Miss, res 1102 Mission 
Bowne W. F. Mrs., res 107 Powell 

William T., shipchandler, res 1510 

Sacramento 
Bowse Ellen F. Miss, teacher Eighth-st 
grammar school, res cor Twenty- 
fourth and Alabama 
Box James, carpenter, res E s Dame bet 

Thirtieth and Thirty-first 
Boy George, laborer, res 9 Lewis 
Boyce Anna S. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 1103 
Powell 

Charles, waiter with J. Anderson, res 

166 Tehama 

Ed., teamster, res Park Hotel 

Henry D., wire worker, 1055% Folsom 

Boyce James E., street-car advertiser, 
room 6 Government House 504 
Washington, res 1014 Jackson 

John, laborer, res 25 Nevada 

Michael, laborer, res 384 Steuart 

Eichard, laborer, res rear 608 Natoma 

Eichard, jr., laborer, res rear 610 

Natoma 
Samuel, with Thomas Boyce 25 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Boyce Thomas, advertising agent 25 
Merchants' Exchange, res 526 
Bryant [see adv. page 38a] 
see Boice 



Boyd & Davis, (Alexander Boyd and Jacob 
Z. Davis) real estate, 420 Mont- 
gomery 

Alexander, (Boyd & Davis) res 500 

Sutter 

Bros, (James H. Boyd and John E. 

Boyd) coal dealers SE cor Larkin 
and California,res 1430 California 



Boyd Colin M., deputy county clerk Third 

District Court, res 553 Howard 
C. Mathieson, capitalist, res Grand 

Hotel 
Boyd David, laborer California Mills, res 

1710 Leavenworth 
E. F., plumber and gasfitter, 840 

Clay, res 8 Cushman 

Frank, pilot, res W s Pringle court 

George W., master bark Vidett, pier 

1 Steuart, res S s Columbia bet 

Dolores and Guerrero 
■ Henry, asst mail clerk Alta Califor- 
nia, res 202 Sixth 

Henry C, stockbroker, 2012 Pacific 

James, machinist, res 159 Silver 

James, qxiartermaster P. M. S. S. Co 

James, stonecutter, res 1404 Hyde 

J. C, miner, res 810 Webster ' 

James H., groceries and liquors NE 

cor Bryant and Stanley pi and NE 

cor California and Larkin, res 

1430 California 
James L., lumber stevedore with G. 

A. Meigs, res 1820 Stockton 
Boyd James T., (Crane & B.) atty-at- 

law 629 Kearny, res Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
John, res NE cor Bryant and Stan- 
ley pi 

John, expressman, res 15 Fifth av 

John E., bookkeeper with T. H. 

King & Co., res Columbia bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
John F., mining, 419 California, res 

127 Montgomery 
Joseph, ship watchman, res 1257 

Montgomery 

, widow, res 411 Jones 

Boyd Nathaniel S.. (Cornyn & B.) res 

St. Nicholas Hotel 
Oliver D., asst draughtsman Asses- 
sor's Office City Hall, res 212 

Chestnut 

Eobert, mason, res St. Nicholas Hotel 

Theodore C, clerk with E. E. Eyre, 

res 1517 Larkin 

Thomas, machinist, res 702 O'Farrell 

Thomas H., photographer with G. D. 

Morse, res 1718 Pine 
Thomas W., machinist with iEtna 

Iron Works, res 702 O'Farrell 

William, carpenter, res 613 Mission 

WiUiam, cook with John Began, res 

139 Third 

William, master mariner, res 5 Buss 

, res 1102 Mission 



Boyden A. H., bookkeeper with Henry Steil, 

res 547 Mission 
• W. B., broker, res 1112 Jackson 



Boye Adele Miss, retoucher with Bradley & 
Eulofson, res 2007 Taylor 

Otto, policeman, res 212 Francisco 

Boyenval Armand, foreman with I. Lands- 
berger & Co., res 1626 Stockton 



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Boyer Andrew J., journalist, res 921 Market 

Edward, carpenter Palace Hotel 

John S., carjDent^-, res 109 Ellis 

Louis W., clerk with Falkner, Bell 

ct Co., res 1412 Pine 

Kobert, carpenter Palace Hotel 

Urbain, looking-glass maker -ss-ith 

Whittier, Fuller & Co., res 532 
Pacific 

William, lamplighter, S. F. Gaslight 

Co., res rear 34 Kuss 
Boyhan John, caiiiage trimmer with Car- 
viUe Mnfg Co.. res 445 Natoma 

Patrick, carriage trimmer "with H. 

M. Black ct Co., res 65 Mission 
Boylan Bernard, (J)ooley »t B.) res 8 Au- 
burn 

Felix, shoemaker, 1817 Batterj' 

James, laborer, res 711 Ash av 

Boyle Alexander, first officer stmr Pelican 

Ann Mrs., res 432 Tehama 

Bridget, widow, res 156 Minna 

C. Mrs., copyist, res 9 Fourth 

Charles, laborer with WiUiam Kerr, 

res 903 Battery 

Daniel, hack driver, res 156 Minna 

Dennis, blacksmith, res 788 Harrison 

Dennis, tanner with C. O'Donnell, 

res 530 Sixth 

Edmond, real estate, res SE cor 

Hayes and Pierce 

Edward, i^acker, S. F. Cracker Co., 

res 8 Yallejo crt 

Edward F., insijector Custom House, 

res 246 Tehama 
Edwin L., di'iiggist with C. W. Hor- 
ner, res SW cor Sutter and Hyde 

Felix, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

George S., dentist, office 135 Kearny, 

res 1821 Stockton 

Hannah, widow, res 1821 Stockton 

Hem-y, mining secretary, 331 Mont- 
gomery, res San Eafael 

• Hugh, cane worker, res 1877 Mission 

Boyle Hugh C. (Holm & B.) res 605 
Pine 

J., night watchman, res 234 Fremont 

James, laborer, res 917 Capp 

James, laborer, res 233 Peny 

James, plasterer, res 421 Bush 

John, res cor Diipont and Pine 

John, baker, S. F. Cracker Co., res 

8 Vallejo crt 
Boyle John, collector, 304 Montgomery, 
res SE cor Hayes and Pierce 

John, i^lumber and gasfitter, res 

Raih'oad Hoiase 

John J., diTiggist with A. McBoyle 

<fe Co., res W s Ohio bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo 

John J., carpenter, 746 Mission 

L., laborer with P. M. S. S. Co. 

Mary Miss, comjiositor with Women's 

Pub. Co., res 409 Greenwich 
Mary, widow, res 8 Vallejo cii; 



Boyle Michael, baker with Eclipse Bakery, 
res 1414 Di;pont 

Michael, heater in Pacific Rolling 

Mill, res Potrero Point 
Boyle IVIichael, Frazer River Exchange 

saloon, 420 Pacific 
— Kiel, teamster with A. M. Ebbetts, 

res 621% Minna • 
O. M., compositor Bulletin, res 

Brooklj-n Hotel 

Pati-ick, bricklayer. Palace Hotel 

■■ — Patrick, carijenter, res W s Ohio nr 

Broadway 

Patrick, stevedore with A. C. Freese 

Peter, iromnoulder, res 18 Tehama 

Peter, lodging house, 219 Pacific 

Boyle Kobert, proptr Irving House, 568 

Mission 
— Robert, speculator, res 746 Mission 

Sarah, saleswoman, "White House, 

res 9 Harriet 

Sarah J. Miss, teacher, Hayes Valley 

Primary School, res 1830 Bush ' 

Timothy, laborer, res rear 210 Ritch 

Thomas, res W s Ohio nr Broadway 

Thomas, shipjoiner, res 1830 Bush 

William, hackman, res 134 Seventh 

William, milk ranch, NW cor Noe 

and Twenty-third 

WiUiam, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

William, shoecutter with Porter, 

Blum <fc Slessinger, res 1615 Cali- 
fornia 
WiUiam P., framemaker with San- 
born, Vail & Co., res W s Ohio 
m- Broadwav 

, res 106% Third 

, clerk, res 1018 Market 

Boylen Charles, fnut dealer, 1418 Stockton, 

res 1426 Stockton 
James, seaman, res 5 Jackson 



Boyling Thomas, captain bark Isaac Jeanes, 

res 511 Stevenson 
Boyne George, mail clerk, Alta California, 

res 925% Washington 

Joseph, laborer, res 3 Codman pi 

Thomas, proi)tr Union Sailoi-s' Home, 

45 VaUejo 

William, baker 

Bovnton Charles E., carriagemaker, res 1722 

Eddy 
C. H., operator. Western Union Tele- 
graph Co., res 15 Sutter 
Lamour A., assistant cashier U. S. 

Sub Ti-easiiry. res 543 Minna 
Boyntoii I'nderhill, minebroker, 402 

Montgomi'iy, res 472 Jessie 
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, 

(George C. Hickox, prest; G. M.. 

Johnson, sec; Stephen Franklin, 

treas; 68 Clementina 
Boysen Andersen, toolmaker with Hnbash, 

Kutz & Co., res Phoenix Hotel 
Carl M., hatter with Konrad Meuss- 

dorffer, res 1017 Lombard 



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Boysen Constance Mrs., trimmer with Le 
Gay & Co., res 313 Mason 

Ferdinand, seaman with J. B. Piper 

■ Frank N., master schr Industry, res 

31 Tehama 

Hans, master schr Maria H. Nelson, 

res NW cor Francisco and Du- 
pont 

Boysen Julius* hat manufactory, 514 
Pine 

■ ■ Martin, drayman with Lowi-y & 

Wightman 

Peter S., expressman, SE cor How- 
ard and Spring, res 315 Fremont 

Boyston John S., (Fritz & B.) res 114 
Natoma 

Bozarth Basil, stableman, res 679 Market 

Bozio & liCturc, (0. Bozio and A. Le- 
turc) dealers in foreign and do- 
mestic wines and Liquors, 149 
Fourth 

Bozio Orlando, (Bozio & Letui-c) res 
132 Fourth 

Bozman J., \ni\x Sanborn, Vail & Co., res 
339 Eddy 
James E., canvasser, res 407 Powell 



Bozzano Pasquale, marble polisher with J. 

& A. Morris, res 514 Vallejo 
Bozzo E., (E. Bozzo & Co.) res 737 Val- 
lejo 
Bozzo E. «t Co., (E. Bozzo and J. Mar- 
tin) wood and coal, 739 Vallejo 
Brabb A., farmer, res 115 Second 

Ida Miss, confectionery, 256 Jessie 

Bacconnier Louis, upholsterer, 627 Union 
Brace A., bricklayer. Palace Hotel 

Nathan, bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

Bracegii'dle John, seaman, res 5 Jackson 
Brach George A., confectioner, 522 Kearny 

John, confectioner with George A. 

Brach, res 522 Kearny 

, carxienter, res 1 Harlan pi 

Bracken George D., clerk with C. E. Mc- 
Cusker & Co., res 944 Folsom 

John, proptr Five-Mile House, San 

Bruno road 

K. Miss, res W s York bet Butte and 

Twentieth 

Lawrence, furniture dealer, res SE 

cor Geneva and Brannan 
Brackett Charles, collector, res 117 Pen-y 
Edward A., blacksmith, res 959 Har- 
rison 
H. H., salesman with Conroy, O'Con- 
nor & Co., res Russ House 

Joseph G., miner, res Union m- 

Leavenworth 

William L., butcher, 206 Steuart, res 

412 Taylor 

, clerk, res 716 Howard 

Bracklin John, waiter, Lick House 
Brackmann W. H., cai-penter, res 331 Kearny 
Bradbui-y A. W., bookkeeper with National 
Gold Bank and Trust Co., res 
1511 Clay 



Bradbury E. L., caiaitalist, 515 Kearny 
Vesta Miss, teacher. Pine and Larkin 

st Primary School, res 1901 Bush 
"William B., mnfr of doors, sash, 

blinds and shutters. Mechanics' 

Mills, res 1416 Bush 
Bradbury IVilliam T., physician, and 

School Director, office 16 Geary, 

res 2027 Mission 
Braddock WiUiam C, carriage painter with 

Walker & Klapperich, res SE cor 

Fourteenth and Mission 
Brader Anna, Avidow, res 740 Broadway 
Henry, wholesale liquors, 621 San- 
some, res 740 Broadway 
Hem-y, Jr., clerk with Heni-y Brader, 

res 740 Broadway 
Louis, salesman ■«dth Heni-y Brader, 

res 740 Broadwaj^ 
Bradfield E., miller -n-ith F/D. Conro & Son, 

res 424 Sansome 
Bradford A., carpenter, res 216 Third 

C. H., res Grand Hotel 

Bradford Edwin J. B., plumber with 

J. De la Montanya, res 1308 

Powell 

George, seaman, res 12- Boardman pi 

George, seaman, res N s Townsend 

bet Second and Third 
George B., real estate, 232 California, 

res 65 Tehama 

Gershom, asst Pacific Coast Survey 

Harry, Figaro carrier, res 542 

Kearny 
James, piledriver, res Mechanics' 

House 
Thomas G., di-uggist, 16 Geary, res 

812. California 
Wallace, clerk with Charles M. Plum 

& Co., res 1 Winter lane 
William, special policeman, res 415 

Powell 
William B., bookkeeper with Lever- 

idge, Wadham & Co., res 2615 

Bush 
Woodbury, foreman Monitor, res 1 

Winter lane 
Bradlee Frank, driver Market-st E. E. 

Co., res 530 Valencia 
Stephen H., jr., butcher, res 1145 

Folsom 
Bradley & Rulofson, (Henry W. Bradley 

and William H. Eulofson) Pho- 

togi-aphic Ai-t Gallery, 429 Mont- 
gomery 
Bradley A. O., finisher with Bradley & 

• Eulofson, res 333 Bush 
Asa M., porter -svith California Furni- 

tui-e Manfg Co., res 712 Sutter 

A. S., driver with City E. E. Co 

Bennett T., wharfinger Market-street 

wharf, res 1421 Bush 

Bernard, painter, res 1222 Eddy 

Charles, longshoreman, res 249 Perry 

Daniel, laborer, res 165 Tehama 



PACIFIC SHW MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 17 and 19 Fremont, near Market. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealer in all kinds of REAL ESTATE 



-MONEY LOANED 



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Bradley E. Mrs., lodgings, 5 Stockton 


Brady B. P., clerk stmr New World 


George L., stockbroker, res 820 


Catherine, fruit dealer, 125 Fifth 


Sutter 


Charles, moulder, res 28 Minna 


Bradley Henry W., importer and 


Charles, seaman, res 5 Jackson 


dealer in photographic materials, 






618-620 Clay, (and Bradley & 


& Co., res 1137 Mission 


Rulofson) res 113 Taylor 


Daniel, butcher, res 43 Natoma 


Hugh, laborer with Union Iron 






Works, res cor Battery and Green 


Edward, plumber with McNally k 

Hawkins, res 131% Dora 


James, teamster with Milton P. Ses- 


sions, res 1219 Folsom 


Ed. M., steward American Exchange 

Hotel, res 132 Turk 


John, waiter Euss House 


John, laborer, res 254 Stevenson 


Edward E., clerk with treasiirer C. P. 


Joseph, cooper, res SW cor Sixteenth 


E. E., res 132 Tiirk 


and Eondel pi 






M. J. Mrs., res 206 Fourth 


Fulton and Fi-ankUn 


Margaret, servant with John 0. Earl, 


Felix, laborer, res 152 First 


34 Essex 






Patrick, laborer, res Montgomery 


Montgomery 


Hotel 


Frank E., finisher with Empire 


Patrick, fireman S. F. Gaslight Co 


Foundiy, res 28 Minna 


Patric"k, tanner, res 185 Dora 


Hem-y J., atty-at-law, office 804 Mont- 


Kichard, master schr Dreadnought, 


gomery, rooms 12-13, res 5 Laskie 


office 305 East 


Hugh, res 624 Brannan 


Robert, lather, res 1920 Polk 


J., di-a-sTuan, res Overland House 


Samuel, patternmaker with Citv Iron 


James, blacksmith with John Up- 


Works, res 1461 Minna 


stone, res 508 VaUejo 


Theodore, principal Boy's High Schl, 


James, bricklaver Palace Hotel 


res 610 Mason 


James, clerk with Whittier, Fuller & 




Co., res 1 Vincent 
James, (J. ct J. B.) res 9 Sumner • 


Cook, res 10 Harlan pi 




James, laborer, res 158 First 

James, laborer, res W s Sansome m- 


toma 




Greenwich 
James, local pohceman engine house 


William, teamster, res Jessie m- Wil- 


low av 


Kentucky 


■Will^m^i 1? l^^^l-V^.^-.^^-.. TTT+'U "Willi r.,^-> 


James, miner, res 33 Oak Grove av 

James, seaman, res 123 Jackson 


Buttei-field, res 335 Broadway 




James, waiter Morton House 

T-Tmi^';' P Infill (l^pnf Sffltp TllVPlt- 


1513 Taylor 


ment and Insurance Co., res 2007 
Mission 
James G., printer, res 1212 Broadway 




ham 


Bradrick*Isaac, policeman, res 113 Dora 


John, blacksmith with Calvin Nutt- 


Bradshaw George H., bookkeeper with 


ing & Son, res 1616 Mason 


Walter Turnbull & Co., resl715 


John, boilermaker, res rear 349 Te- 


Webster 


hama 


H. B., with Nelson & Doble, res 319 


John, bookkeeper with Knox & 


Lombard 


Ustick, res Minna bet Fourth 


James, laborer, res W s Cook N of 


and Fifth 


Point Lobos road 


John, cooper, res 717 Tehama 


E. H. Mrs., res 405 Taylor 


John, (J. & J. B.) res 853 Harrison 


Eichard, blacksmith with Z. H. Cun- 


John, steward, 1 St. Charles pi 


ningham 


John, metal roofer with P. Brady, 




res 13 Garden 
John Hall, res 126 Eighth 


Bradstreet J. M. & Son. mercantile 


agency. New York, James E. 
Pickens, supt, 230 California 
J. E., rubber moulding and weather 






lev & Co., res 720 CaUfornia 


strips, 314 Pine, res 1224 Mission 


J. & J., (James and John Brady) 


Bradt Charles, driver Sutter-st E. E. Co 


oyster and chop house, 530 


Brady & Co., (Thomas H. and Patrick Bradj ) 


Market 


haii-di-essers 940 Market 


M., steward stmr Ajax, res 351 Grove 


Benjamin, general merchandise, 311 


M., hodcarrier Palace Hotel 


Commercial, res 1318 Broadway 


M., laborer S. P. E. R. Co 



R. J. TRUMBULL. 



DEALER IN 



BULBS, SEEDS, TREES, etc., ^27 SANSOME ST. 



11 



EUREKA FOUNDRY, THOMPSON BROS., Proprietors. 

CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 129 and 131 BEALE STREET 



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Brady M., teamster with D. L. Farnsworth, 

res 208 Eighth 
Margaret A. Mrs., saloon, SW cor 

Valencia and Market 

■ Martin, laborer, res 39 Hincklej' 

Martin, tanner, res Globe House 

— Mathew, asst engineer S. F. Fire 

Department, res 1214 Stockton 
Matthew, laborer, res SW cor Eighth 

and Natoma 
— Michael, blacksmith with J. K. Sims, 

res 1616 Mason 
Michael, laborer, res 514 Sixth 



Michael, porkpacker with Michels- 

sen. Brown & Co., res Seventh 

av nr M, South S. F. 

Michael, seaman, res 541 First 

Michael, stonecutter, res 1816 Powell 

Michael, teamster -nith Wm. Kerr, 

res 903 Battery 
Nicholas, porter with Wells, Fargo & 

Co., res 416 Stevenson 

0. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 914 Folsom 

Owen, laborer, res SW cor Market 

and Guerrero 
Owen, hackman Lick House, res 304 

Mason 

Owen E., bricklaj^er, res 914 Folsom 

P. F., vnnes and liquors 610 Market, 

res 625 Bush 

Patrick, butcher, res 364 Minna 

Patrick, biitcher, res 28 Minna 

Patrick, carpenter, res E s Devisa- 

dero bet Geaiy and O 'Fan-ell 

Patrick, hodcanier Palace Hotel 

Patrick, hostler, res 204 Lombard 

Patrick, laborer, res Montgomery 

Hotel 
Patrick, laborer, res St. Nicholas 

Hotel 

Patrick, tin roofer, res 13 Garden 

Patrick, (Brady & Co.) res Devisa- 

dero m- Geary 

Patrick, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Phihp, blacksmith, res 9 Cleveland 

Philip, cartman, res E s Gilbert nr 

Brannan 
Philip, fireman with P. M. S. S. Co., 

res 29 DeBoom 
Philip, fireman with P. M. S. S. Co., 

res 541 First 
Philip, framemaker with S. & G. 

Gump, res Liberty nr Valencia 

Philip, laborer, res 112 First 

Phihp P., pressman with Woman's 

Pub Co., res 417 Stockton 
Philip W., Asst City and County 

Sui-vej'or, res 517 Bryant 

Eichard, truckman, res 984 Harrison 

Sarah Mrs., di-essmaker, res 28 Minna 

Susan F. Mrs., res 326 Fifth 

Thomas, (Finegan & B.) res 321 

Jessie 
Thomas, apprentice with Kisdon 

Iron Works, res 349 Tehama 



Brady Thomas, bricklayer, res 353 Clemen- 
tina 

Thomas, coalpasser P. M. S. S. Co 

Thomas, cooper, res 391 Eighth 

Thomas, Custom House Inspector, 

res 1405 Washington 

Thomas, longshoreman, res 25 Com- 
mercial 

Thomas, teamster with Com-oj', 

O'Connor & Co 

Thomas H., (Brady & Co.) res De- 

■sisadero m- Geary 

Thomas P., steerage steward stmr 

Oriflamme 

Thomas Kobei-t, laborer, res 1 St. 

Charles jdI 

T. A. E., drayman, res 5 Laskie 

William J., blacksmith, res 126 

Eighth 

William J., boilermaker vdth Kisdon 

Iron Works, res 34 Eousch 

Braeling John, butcher, res 6ll Minna 

Bragg Frank, machinist S. P. E. E. Co., res 
322 Main 

George, clerk, res 111 Geary 

George F. & Co., (George F. Bragg) 

importers and commission mer- 
chants 116 Front 

George F., (George F. Bragg & Co.) 

res Lick House 

George H., clerk with Waterhouse «fe 

Lester, res 281 Minna 

Mary Miss, teacher Girl's High School 

Eebecca 'Mis, teacher Union Gram- 
mar School 

Eobert, steering wheels and School 

Director, 322 Main 

Eobert, jr., carpenter S. F. School 

Dept, res 1236 Bush 

Bragstream George G., compositor with J. 
H. Carmany & Co., res 115 Second 

Brahaney J., laborer Palace Hotel 

James, pedler, res 1139 Harrison 

Thomas, res 415 Powell 



Braham George, tailor 231 Fifth 

Harry, actor Bella Union Theater, 

res International Hotel 

Brahtey James, tinsmith, res 520 Mission 

Braig Joseph, with Lachman Bros., res 
Meyer's Hotel 

Brainard A. L., bricklayer, res 520 Mission 

H. C, machinist with Howe Sewing 

Machine Co., res 419 O'Farrell 

Eichard, salesman -with E. T. Cai-roll 

& Co., res 1412 Howard 

Braithwait W., carpenter Palace Hotel 

Brakenwagen Henry, carpenter Cal Mills, 
res 434 Vallejo 

Braker John, instructor gymnastics Univer- 
sity Mound College 

Braley Andrew M., master mariner, res 621 
California 

Bramall George, grand scribe Sons of Tem- 
perance, office 432 Kearny, res 
1808 Taylor 



C, P, m SCHAACK & CO,, 



Importers CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOM)S, etc., 

Nos. 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 716 KEARNY ST 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealerin all kinds of REAL ESTATE— MONEY LOANED. 



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Braman J. J., physician, S s Twenty-sixth 
nr Mission 

L. B. Miss, teacher Yalencia-st 

Grammar School, res 609 Shotwell 

Bramen Thomas, laborer P. M. S. S. Co., 
res 9 Liberty 

Bramer George, teamster, res 828 Folsom 

John, woodturner, res 527 Sac 

Bramhall Cornelius, capitalist, res 810 Leav- 
enworth 

Bramstedt Johu H., %vines and liquors 
SW cor Steuart and Folsom, res 
309 Main 

Bramwell Aaron, stevedore, res 201 Union 

Branagan Matt, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Branch George, sa-«-maker with Pacific Saw 
Co., res 17 Bernard 

Branch House, L. J. Ewell, proptr, 424 San- 
some 

Branch Mint G. and S. M. Mining Co., (Ne- 
vada Co., Cal) J. M. Buffington, 
sec, 37 Merchants' Exchange 

"William, baker, U. S. restaurant, res 

21 Bernard 

"William, sawmaker with Pacific Saw 

Co., res 17 Bernard 

Brand & Eyhiner (Ernest Brand and Adolph 
H. E. Ej'hiner) cigars and tobac- 
co, Grand Hotel 

Brand Aristide, (A. E. Sabatie & Co.) 
res Alameda 

Ernest, auditor Humboldt Savings 

and Loan Society, (and Brand & 
Eyhiner,) res 9i8 Natoma 

H. J., mnfg jeweler, 235 Kearnv, res 

728 Bush 

Brand Herman, manufactm-er and 
dealer in cigars and leaf tobacco, 
304 Battery, res 506 Franklin 

Brand James "IV. C, (Bead, Brand & 
Co.) res 1917 Polk 

John G., (Knoechel & B.) res 1303 

Kearny 

Brand lieonhard, (Brand, Naber & 
Co.) res 428 Broadway 

Lucien, bookkeeper with A. E. Sa- 
batie & Co., res Alameda 

Brand, Naber «fe Co., (Leonhard Brand, 
Henry D. Naber and William 
Alfs) wholesale liquor dealers, 
322 Clay 

Brandel Ernest, lamplighter S. F. Gaslight Co 

Brandemann Charles, shipwright, res 103 
Freelon 

Brandenberger Frederick, tailor, res 322 
Clementina 

Brandenberg Charles, foreman stevedore, res 
101 Steuart 

Brandenstein Gustavus, bootcutter with 
Einstien, Bros. & Co., res 347 
Natoma 

Brandenstein Herman, (Clayburgh 
&B.) res 118 Post 

Herman H., bcJokkeeper with Hecht 

Bros. & Co., res 505 Powell 



Brandenstein Joseph, (A. S. Eosen- 

baum ct Co.) res 121 Eddy 
Brandenstein M. & Co., (M. Brand- 
enstein and L. Godchaux) whole- 
sale butchers, oflfice 529 Clay 
Brandenstein M., (M. Brandenstein 

& Co.) res 709 O'Farrell 
Brander Herman T., barkeeper with JohnS. 

Brander, 225 Clay 
Brander John S., saloon, 225 Clay, res 

407 Filbert 
Brandhofer M., tailor, res SE cor Coso 

and California avs 
Brandon H. "^'., tinsmith with Thomas Ber- 
tram, res 785 Mission 
Israel, machinist vrith James J. 

Gallagher, res 777 Mission 
Brandon Joseph R., (Grey & B.) 

atty-at-law, res 499 Bartlett 

M., saloon 610 Jackson 

Michael, coach driver with Grand 

Hotel, res 79 Clementina 
Patrick, local policeman, res 28 

Clarence pi 
Brandon William M., real estate agt, 

ofl&ce and res 526 Kearny 
Brandstetter George, bootmaker vdth A. 

Jacques, res 1111 Montgomery 
George, clerk with J. Gutberlet, res 

Meyers' Hotel 
Brandt Adolph, (Hein & B.) res NE 

cor Battery and Filbert 
August "William, cook 626 Market, 

res 11% Freelon 
Bernard L., house and sign painter, 

213 Pine, res Westminster Hotel 
Eric A., groceries and liquors, 131 

Third, res 648 Howard 
Frederick, (Fowler & B.) res 1015 

Stockton 
Frederick, with W. H. Hencken, res 

417 Thii-d 
George E., sailmaker, res 110 "Vir- 
ginia 
Henry, compositor. Abend Post, res 

871 Mission 
Isaac B. L., atty-at-law, oflice 430 

California, res Westminster Hotel 

J. B., res 614 Sixtter 

Jacob, foreman with Ordenstein & 

Co., res Market bet Eighth and 

Ninth 
LeA\-is, bootmaker, res Market bet 

Eighth and Ninth 

Louis, res 614 Sutter 

Louis, bookkeeper with I. Cook & 

Bro., res 8 Battery 
Louis, upholsterer with N. Martens, 

res Oakland 
L., hide and skin merchant, res 1310 

Pine 
Mary, glovemaker. Pacific Glove 

Factory, res 14 Natoma 
Maiirice, salesman with Colman 

Bros 



NORCROSS & CO., ROSETTES, BADGES, STARS, TASSELS, etc. 



BETHESDA WATER, the acknowledged Cure for DIABETES. 

DUNBAR & HENDRY, General Agents Pacific Coast, 107 Stockton St. 



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Brandt Otto, grocery NE cor Market and 

Mason, res 540 Jessie 
Wilhelm A., cook, res rear 11*% 

Freelon 
Brandtbery Wilhelm, Scan. Soc, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Brandtjen John, (Postel & B.) res 253 

Perry 
Branger John, (Ame & B.) res 1000 Clay 
Brangon Eichard M., (T. H. Hatch & Co.) 

res 1300 Pine 
Brankin Mary, widow, upholstress, res 636 

Green 
Branks James W., patternmaker Eisdon 

Iron Works, res 113 Grove 
Brann Eobert C, (Harding & B.) res 333 

Jessie 
Brannan B. Mrs., res 417 Bush 
James, clerk with S. McGillen, res 

407 Foni-th 

James, jeweler, res 1002 Minna 

James, laborer. South Park Stables, 

res 415 Brannan 
James, mattrassmaker, res S s Clay 

bet Broderick and Baker 
James E., clerk ^"ith E. C. Dake & 

Co., res 306 Tehama 

John, laborer, res 336 Vallejo 

John, stevedore, res rear 6 Howard 

John Mrs., res 110 Natoma 

John T., dairy, res Union bet Fil- 
bert and Van Ness av 
Lawi-ence, blacksmith's helper with 

P. M. S. S. Co., res 48 Louisa 



Mark, wharf builder, res King-street 

House 

Martin, supt Empire Foundry, res 

1034 Mission 

Mary, widow, res 306 Tehama 

M. L. machinist, res Overland House 

Eichard, stonemason with Degan & 

Orford 

Samuel, res 48 Tehama 

Brannan Samuel, capitalist, 420 Mont- 
gomery, res 926 Clay 

Thomas, bootmaker \vith S. W. Eo- 

senstock & Co., res Philadelphia 
House 

Thomas, laborer, Pacific EoUing 

Mills 

Thomas, machinist with P. M. S. S. 

Co 

Thomas, shoemaker, res 22 Minna 

Thomas, shoemaker with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res 522 Linden 

Thomas, wood and coal 1167 How- 
ard, res 714 Tehama 

Timothy, ship steward, res 527 How- 
ard 

William, conductor Potrero and Bay 

View E. E. Co 

, stevedore mth.Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

Brannigan Patrick J., confectioner, 1240 
Bush 



Brannigan Phil, longshoreman, res 5 Jackson 
Branning Aug., stevedore with Geo. Whitney 
Branscheid William, (G. Weber & Co.) res 
820 Pacific 

William H., collector with G. H. Tay 

& Co., res 820 Pacific 
Branscom Charles, seaman, res 54 Sacra- 
mento 
Branson W., res Oakland 
Brant John H., teamster, cor Davis and 
Sacamento, res 329 Eddy 

William, Bricklayers' Prot. and Ben. 

Assn., 234 Sutter - 
Brasche Geo H., watchman, res 519 EUis 

William, carpenter vdth. Eichardson 

& Holland 
Brask Charles, liqiior saloons, 426 Dnimm 

and 113 Jackson 
Braslin Heni-y M., carpenter, res 44 Clem- 
entina 

Jeremiah, laborer with C. P. E. E., 

res King Street House 

John, stonecutter, res 1017 Mason 

Kate, di-essmaking, 961 Montgomery 

Pati-ick, brassfinisher, res 135 Te- 
hama 
Brauer Albert, liquor saloon, 409 Pacific 

Alexander W., music teacher, res 126 

Turk 
Brauer Alois, (Fred Hess & Co.) res 

722 Union 
Braun August F. H., machinist, res 1 Ewer pi 

C. H. F., cashier with B. Davidson & 

Co., res Oakland 

Emile, jeweler with Frontier, Bell- 

emere & Co., res Oakland 

Fred., laborer with Henry Winkle & 

Co., res Brooklyn 

Henri, saloon, 1425 Stockton 

Henry, milkman, res 45 Church 

John, seaman, res 409 Pacific 

WUliam, sawyer, res Meyers' Hotel 

Braunchweiger Herman, (A. Fenkhausen & 
Co.) res NW cor Fourth and 
Beii-y 
Bravens Ferdinand, driver with H. Lusten- 
berger, res N s Virginia av nr 
Luhdy's lane 
BraTerman «fe licvy, (Louis Braver- 
man and John Levy) manufac- 
turers, importers and dealers in 
watches, diamonds, jewelry and 
silverware, 119 Montgomery 
BraTerman liOiiis, (Braverman & 

Levy) res 1016 Eddy 
Brawley D., res 254 Tehama 

John, waiter, U. S. Eestaurant, res 

424 Sansome 
Patrick, pedler, res 221 Beale 



Braeos Eita, dressmaker, res 1024 Kearny 
Brawton J. C, street lamp inspector, res 8 

Leroy pi 
Bray Brothers, (W. A. Bray) com. 
merchants^ grain, wool and flour 
agts for Alviso Mills, 226 Clay 



N. W. SPAULDING, 



Manufacturer of Patent INSERTED TOOTH 

CIRCULAR SAWS, 17 andl 9 Fremont : 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 Montgomery Street, 



HAS BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATF. 



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Bray Dennis, clerk Math Parrott & Co., res 

227 Minna 
Elizabeth Miss, music teacher, res 43 

Tehama 
H. Frank, porter with Irvine, Bar- 
ker & Co., res cor O'Farrell and 

Larkin 
• Henry T., contractor and builder, 

486 Eighth 

John L., mining supt, res 539 Turk 

Matthew, steward, Folsom street 

wharf, res 351 Grove 
Warren i.., whitener with James C. 

Sellers, res 31 Second 
Bray Watson A., (Bray Brothers) res 

Fruit Vale 

William, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

William, quartermaster mth P. M. 

S. S. Co., res 26 DeBoom 
William Henry, editor, res Ivy bet 

Franklin and Gough 
Brayshaw Kobert, weaver with S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, res 927 Green- 
wich 
Bray ton Albert P., (Goddard & Co.) 

res Oakland 
Brazel Patrick, drayman, res 279 Clara 
William, uightwatchman, res 28 

White's pi 
Brazzia Angelo, hostler, 420 Pacific 
Breachfort William, mate ship Commodore, 

res 5 Jackson 
Breadwood William, bricklayer, res Mechan- 
ics' House 
Breal August, blacksmith, res Fifteenth av 

bet Q and E, South S. F. 
Brearley M. M. Mrs., lodgings, 645 Clay 
Breck Samuel, Major U. S. A., Adju- 
tant-General, Dept Cal., office 

105 Stockton, res Grand Hotel 
Breckenridge C, laborer with P. M. S. S. 

Co 
John W., deputy County Clerk, res 

706 Pine 
Breckenridt Eobert, longshoreman, res 404 

Folsom 
Breckredel Agatha, widow, res S s Post bet 

Baker and Lyons 
Breckwoldt Fred, teamster with N. Bruns, 

res 33 Hinckley 

, pedler, res 37 Hinckley 

BredhoflT & Siiuliling, (H. Bredhoff 

and H. H. Suhling) saloon, 423 

East 
Bredhofl' Henry, (Bredhoflf & Suhhng) 

res 1508 Powell 
Bredin John F., stairbuilder with B. H. 

Freeman & Co., res 311% Jessie 
BreduU E., physician, res 318 Minna 
Bree John, (Thomas W. Bree & Co.) res 

542 Mission 
John H., brass-finisher with T. W. 

Bree & Co.) res 542 Mission 
Thomas W., (Thomas W. Bree & 

Co.) res 542 Mission 



Bree Thomas W. & Co., (Thomas W. 

and John Bree) brass founders, 

finishers and silverplaters, 542 

Mission 
Breed D. C, traveling agent, res 124 Tyler 
Edward A., bookkeeper with Kimball 

Mnfr Co., res 8 Brenham pi 

S. F., iDsycometrist and medium, 

office and res 128 Kearny 
Breede August, laborer, res 422 Natoma 
Breel David, driver with Potrero and Bay 

View E. E. Co 
Breen Denis, paperhanger with G. W. Clark 

■ ■ James, laborer, res 614 Kearny 

John, cooper, 120 Wash, res 628 Post 

- — John, watchman with McCord & 

. Malone, res 33 Eddy 

Matthew, laborer, res 603 Minna 

Michael J., Bulletin and Call canier, 

res 431 Bryant 
Nellie Miss, ladies' hair, 1008 Market 

Owen, blacksmith, res 415 Pine 

Patrick, laundryman with Occidental 

Hotel, res 27% Zoe 

Peter, paperhanger with G. W. Clark, 

res 115 Second 

Susan, widow, res W s and nr San 

Miguel station 

Thomas, machinist, res SW cor La- 

guna and Market 

Timothy, teamster with Elliott Bros., 

res 9 Martin's Block, Market bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

William, laborer, res 97 Stevenson - 

William, teamster, res 8 Perry 

, lanndryman vnth. Grand Hotel, 

res 25% Zoe 

, i^lasterer, res 719 Howard 

see Brein — Brien 

Breese Edward, shoemaker with W. Wilkin- 
son, res N s Pine bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 

J. C, clerk with Snow & May, res 

1240 Howard 

, furnished rooms, 16 O'Farrell 

Breeze & Lioughran, (C. K. Breeze 
and Thomas Loughran) produce 
and commission merchants, SW 
cor Davis and Washington 

Breeze A. L., waiter with Nicholas Sarsan, 
res 202 Second 

Breeze Charles K., (Breeze <fe Lough- 
ran) res 933 Bush 

Edward L., shoemaker, res 1318 Pine 

J. H., Custom House Inspector 

Thomas Mrs., res 718 O'Farrell 

Thomas W., (V. Engle & Co.) res 

130 O'Farrell 

Bregatto Michael, cook with Washington 
Chop House, 323 Washington 

Breidenback Frank, cabinetmaker with Field 
& Frei, res 317 Bush 

Breidenstein L., mnfr jewelry boxes, 328 
Bush, and liquor saloon, 314 
Francisco 



COMMEeCIAL INSURimCE CO, OF CALIFORNIA, 



Office, 228 California St. 



CLOTHING, Newest Styles, LARGE ASSORTMENT, 

uuu niiiu, Rcwcoi v^ jr , g^^^,g„,g NUCLEUS BUILDING, cor. THIRD and MARKET. 



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Breidfeld Peter, liquor saloon, 518 Pacific 

Breig John, (C. A. Keiners & Co.) res 1513 
Buchanan 

Breil August, butcher, res Fifteenth av ni- K 
and L 

Breiling & Dahl, (John Breiling and Henry 
Dahl) butchers, 216 Second 

Frank (Dengler & B.) res 229 Minna 

Jacob, Fi-anklin Market, 965 Mission 

John, (Breiling & Dahl) res 562 

Howard 

Brein H., wagonmaker with A. Folsom, res 
Fourteenth m- Folsom 

Breitenbach Joseph, (Thomas & B.) res 734 
Washington 

Breitenstein Emanuel, cook, res 621 Cali- 
fornia 

Breithaupt Fehx, brewer, Broadway Brew- 
ery, res rear 637 Broadway 

Breitling Ph., widow, res 417 Grove 

Brekle Fi-ederick, brewer. Golden City Brew- 
ery, res 1826 Hyde 

Gotleib, Golden City Brewery, 1431 

Pacific 

Bremen William, res 614 Sutter 

Bremer & Bro., (William H. Bremer and 
Joseph Bremer) importers of leaf 
tobacco and manufacturers of ci- 
gars, 310 Sacramento 

Bremer «& Co., (H. Bremer and H. 
Bensen) meat market, 770 Bry- 
ant, and groceries and liqiiors, 
NE cor Sixth and Bryant 

Bremer Charles, longshoreman, res 5 Jack- 
son 

. Chris., janitor, Piatt's Hall, res Sieg- 

freid's Hotel 

Bremer Henry, (Bremer & Co.) res 
770 Bryant 

Herman, hatter, res 332 Sutter 

Herman, jr., apprentice with C. J. 

Collins, res 332 Sutter 

Joseph, (Bremer & Bro.) res 608 

Sutter 

L., fishmonger, res 1301% Larkin 

WiUiam, driver, Empire Brewery, res 

145 Jessie 

WiUiam H., (Bremer & Bro.) res 614 

Sutter 

Bremerman Harry, mariner, res 104 Steuart 

Bremeyer John, miner, res Sacramento Ho- 
tel 

Bremsich Anthony, tailor, 814 Folsom 

Brenan Paul M., physician and surgeon, of- 
fice and res 127 Montgomery 

Breudel «& Volz, (F. W. Brendel and 
C. C. Volz) oj'sters, 1016 Market 

Brendel Christmann, res SE cor Fulton and 
Webster 

Ernest, lamplighter, res W s York nr 

Twenty-third 

Brendel Fred. W., (Brendel & Volz) 
res 836 Market 

John, bricklayer, res 236 Oak 

Michael, stonecutter, res Heinz' Hotel 



Breneg Louis, laborer, res 10 White's pi 
Brenham Charles J., real estate, 320 San- 
some, res SW cor Capp and Six- 
teenth 
Brenlet Paul, laborer, res Heina' Hotel 
Brennan Annie Mrs., dressmaker, 1145 Fol- 



Dennis, longshoreman, res 405 Beale 

Ellen Mrs., res 16 William 

Brennan Frank:, daii-y produce, tea 
and coffee, hams, honey, etc., 37 
Center Market, res 1328 Sacra- 
mento 

Gus, laborer, res 313 Eighth 

J., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co 

J. F., carpenter, res 114 Minna 

J. H., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co 

James, roofer with P. Brady, res 275 

Howard 

James, saloon, res 405 Beale 

James E., clerk with E. C. Dake & 

Co., res 306 Tehama 

Jesse, carpenter ^\-ith William Kre- 

ger, res cor Minna and New Mont. 
Brennan John, (Kennedy, O'Neill & 
B.) res 116 Third 

John, bootmaker, 504 Market, res 

107 Montgomery 

John, porter, 17 Battery, res cor 

Santa Clara and Utah 

John T. M., clerk with George H. 

Wubben, res SE cor Twenty- 
sixth and Valencia 

M., carpenter, Palace Hotel 

Martin, porter with Neustadter Bros., 

res 5 Lafayette pi 
Martin J., tannery, IsTW cor Twenty- 
sixth and York, (Serpentine av) 

Mary Miss, compositor. Woman's 

Publishing Co., res 16 WiUiam 

Michael, laborer, res 81 Everett 

Michael, waiter, Brooklyn Hotel 

Michael T., bricklayer, res 211 Clara 

Patrick, longshoreman, res 405 Beale 

Patrick J., (O'Hare & B.) res 59 

Clementina 

Patrick J., gilder with Fr. H. Rosen- 

baum & Co., res 7 Haywood 
Eichard, stonemason, res 1519 Mis- 
sion 
E. P. Eev., asst pastor Mission Do- 
lores Church, res W s Dolores 
bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

S., -nddow, res W s York nr Twenty- 

fouiih 

Thomas, (Kenny & B.) res 714 

Tehama 

Thomas, bootmaker, res 421 Bush 

Thomas, teamster, res 34 Harriet 

Thomas, with Pacific EoUing MiUs, 

res E s Hlinois ni- Napa 

Thomas W., retail liquors, NE cor 

Clay and Kearny, res 931 Howard 

Timothy, coachman with J. 0. Earl, 

res 528 Folsom 



E. P. FELLOWS & CO., 



Sole Agents for FRITZCHE, SCHIMMEL & CO.'S 
ESSENTIAL OILS and FLAVORING EXTRCTS. 



GEO. W. CHAPiN, REAL ESTATE AGENT, 



434 MONTGOMERY STREET. 



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Brennau William, laborer, res 35 Austin 
William, conductor Potrero and B. 

V. K. R. Co 
, laborer, res Union bet Gough 

and Octavia 
Brennen Martin, boarding, 1001 Battery 

William, ti-ack repairer Siitter-st E. R 

William, longshoreman, res rear 315 

Brj-ant 
Brennenman Louis, cai-penter, res 533 

Brj'ant 
Brenner F. W., laborer Palace Hotel 
John, wood turner with Chi-. Schrei- 

ber & Co., res What Cheer House 
Leopold, fish dealer, 62 Center Mar- 
ket, res 1301% Larkin 
William H., gi-ocer, NW cor Pacific 

and Jones 
Brennfleck Bernard, gardener Eureka Nur- 
sery 
Brereton James, collector S. F. Gaslight 

Co., res 514 Brannan 
John, clerk -w-ith J. J. Reardon, res 

758 Howard 
Brereton Robert M., ci-sil engineer, 

office 302 California, res 322 Ellis 
Bresland William, carpenter Palace Hotel 
Breslauer Benjamin, boot and shoe jobber, 

res 18% Harriet 

Hemy, jobber, res 1306 Pine 

L., wool dealer, res 405 Powell 

Theodore, bookkeeper with Wurk- 

heim Bros., res Warschauer House 
Breslin John, saloon, 217 Beale 
■ Kate Miss, di-essmaker, res 919 

Montgomery 
Maggie, shirtmaker with Neustadter 

Bros., res 919 Montgomery 
Mary, shirtmaker with Neustadter 

Bros., res 919 Montgomei-y 

WiUiam, laborer, S. F. Gaslight Co 

Bresnahan Cornelius, res 403 Seventh 

Dennis, laborer, res 206 Clara 

Bresnin John M., laborer, res 37 First 
Bresse Louis, cook with F. Garcia, res 211 

Ellis 
Bresson Joseph, proptr French Tobacco 

Factory, cor Taylor and Vallejo 
Bretscheidt Heini-ich, seaman, res 39 Pacific 
Brett Charles, res 821 Yallejo 
E. P., with Miller & Hulme, res 322% 

O' Fan-ell 
James, plumber with W. E. Allen, 

res 25 White's pi 
Brettell George, pattern maker -n-ith Dunn 

& Kexsan, res 46 Zoe 
Bretteville V., (Bussenius & B. ) res 244 Geary 
Brettonn J. V., jeweler with Frontier, Belle- 
mere & Co., res 1023% Sutter 
Breuer Jacob, cabinetmaker with H. Granz, 

res 938 Howard 

J. T., tailor,. 824 Pacific 

Breuil Edmoud, Consul-General of 

France, office 436 Jackson, res 

906 Market 



Breuin Pieii-e, tailor, 1 Montgomery crt 

Brevett A. W., waiter, res 32 Everett 

Brew Nathaniel, shipwright, res 746 Harri- 



Thomas J., salesman with Keane, 
O'Connor & Co., res 615 Stock- 
ton 



Brewer A. G., carpenter with W. B. Brad- 
bury, res New Wisconsin Hotel 

Frank, cabinetmaker with Weir <fe 

Gray, res SW cor Twentieth and 
Guei-rero 

George W., real estate, res S s Twen- 
tieth bet Giien-ero and Dolores 

Jacob, cai-i^enter, res rear 20 Everett 

Brewer John H., atty-at-law, 33 Mer- 
chants' Exchange, res Oakland 

William, special policeman, res 204 

Montgomery 

Brewster D. E., pm-ser P. M. S. S. Co 

F. T., U. S. Int. Rev. Gauger, res 

Oakland 

John, painter and glazier, 17 Belden 

pi, res Post bet Laguna and Bu- 
chanan 

John A., civil engineer, res 756 Fol- 

som 

Joseph, moulder with Pacific Iron 

Works, res 23 Natoma 

M. Mrs., lodgings, 128 Post 

E. E., mining sec, 312 Montgomery, 

res 816 Powell 

W. S., \\-ith Baker cfe Hamilton, res 

Russ House 

W. P., salesman with Marcus C. 

Hawley & Co., res Russ House 

William, rigger, res 334 Seventh 

Brewton J. G., liquor saloon 536 Jackson, 
res 1029 Clay 

John C, asst inspector of gas lamps, 

res SW cor Stockton and Sacra- 
mento 

Brezoleza Louis, wood and coal, 315 Broad- 
way 

Nicholas, laborer with L. Brezoleza, 

res 315 Broadway 

Brian John, hostler -with Bay City Soda 
Water Co., res 87 Stevenson 
Thomas S., barkeeper, res 5 Drumm 



Briand J., tailor, res 37 Hinckley 
Brice Alfred, jewelrj', 426 Davis 

August, butcher, res Fifteenth av bet 

Q and R, South S. F. 

Benjamin, res 614 Sutter 

Frank, stevedore with A. C. Freese 

George, porter Overland House 

James, foreman blacksmith -snth P. 

M. S. S. Co., res 740 Guei-rero 
Brick Augustus, bookkeeper, res 40 Minna 

Daniel, bootmaker with J. H. Swain, 

res 413 Clementina 

J. G., steward \^-ith M. S. Latham 

Bricker Jacob, housemover, res Irving House 
Brickett John, fruits and candies, 506 Lar- 
kin 



R. J. TRUMBULL, ""''"•'t" "'"' ""'■" '"1^ 



427 SANSOME STREET. 



EUREKA FOUNDRY, THOMPSON BROS., Proprietors, 

129 and 131 BEALE ST.. bet. MISSION and HOWARD. 



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BRI 



Bru3kett Mary Mrs., fruit and candy, 6 Tyler 

Bricklayers' Association, 234 Stitter 

Brickley John, carpenter, res 729% Clemen- 
tina 

John, clerk with K. H. Follis, res 

729 Clementina 

John, pedler, res Haight bet Web- 
ster and Buchanan 

Timothy, fruit dealer, res Ninth bet 

Harrison and Folsom 

William, waiter, res 28 Louisa 



Brickwedel Charles H.. proptr Con- 
stittition Hotel and restam-ant, 
res NW^ cor Fii-st and Brannan 

Charles H. jr., viith. Constitution 

Hotel, res 553 First 
Brickwedel Henry, (Hem-y Brlck- 
wedel & Co.) res cor Franklin 
and Fulton 
Brick wedel Henry «& Co., (Henry 
Brickwedel and Martin Hencken) 
importers and dealers in wanes 
and liquors, 208-210 Front 

Hem-y M., clerk Constitution Hotel, 

res 553 First 

Jacob, saloon, 52 First 

Bride Frank, machinist, res 433 Broadway 

Mam-ice, (O'Brien & B.) res NWcor 

Jessie and First 

Moiris, laborer, res 424 Broadway 

, master mariner, res 1800 Dupont 

Bridge Charles E., res Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Charles T., bookkeeper -vrith A. Hay- 
ward, res 224 California 

John, machinist. Pacific Boiling Mills 

Mathew, builder, res 1717 Larkin 

Peter, fireman, res 526 Pacific 

Bridge Willianai E., proptr St. Law- 
rence Livery Stable 212 Sutter, 
res 407 Sutter 
Bridgeman John, soapmaker with Lucy <fe 
Donnelly, res Brannan bet Eighth 
and Ninth 

John, teamster with E. 0. Ghoin, 

res S s O'Farrell bet Polk and 
Yan Ness av 

J. W., drayman, res 122 Olive av 

Bridges Abigail P., widow, furnished rooms, 

509 Bush 
Charles P., clerk Occidental Laun- 
dry, res Filbert bet Gough and 
Octavia 
E, E., entry clerk with Linforth, Kel- 
logg & Co., res "226 Sutter 
Bridgewood George A. W., machinist with 
Hawkins & Cantrell, res 324 
Main 

S. J., clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co., 

res 324 Main 
Samiiel, engineer, res 324 Main 



Brien WiUiam, seaman, res 39 Pacific 
Brier Joseph, roofer, res 617 Stevenson 
Brigaerts Gerard Joseph, sawyer with Cal 

MiUs, res S s ElHs bet Steiner 

and Pierce 



Brigaerts Joseph H., boxmaker with Union 
Box Factory, res 14 Boui-bon 

Brigala Michell, cook 323 Washington 

Briggs Albert D., di'iver with Bamber's Ex- 
press, res 515 Stockton 

Albert H., engineer with J. A Folger 

& Co., res 1407 Cal 

Arthiu- E., business manager, Church 

& Co. 407 Front, res Grand 
Hotel 

A. P., clerk with California Cocoanut 

Pulv. Co., res 949 Mission 

Charles 0., shipwright. Shipwrights' 

Assn, 71 New Montgomery 

Briggs £dgar, commercial agent Con- 
sohdated Tobacco Co., oflice 207 
Front, res 33 Erie 

Edward K., woodcarver S. F. Manfg 

Co., res 26 Geary 

George, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

George W., stoves and tinware, 23 

Montgomery av, res 1511 Stockton 

Gustaviis, proptr Germania Garden, 

res 33 Erie 

■ Henry, waiter, Euss House 

Henry, cabinetmaker, res 14 Harlan pi 

James, seaman, res Oregon House 

J. D., bricklayer, res 745 Howard 

Joseph D., liquors 124 Sutter, res 

936 Howard 

M. A. Mrs., furnished rooms, SW cor 

Bush and Montgomery 

Margaret, -n-idow, res 1407 California 

W. C., engraver -nith Koehler & Bit- 
ter, 620 Merchant 

William L., carpenter, res 23 How- 
ard crt 

W. N., cai-penter Palace Hotel 

WilUam E., real estate, res 2720 Mis- 
sion 

Brigham «fe Hawes, (Charles A. Brig- 
ham and Elisha Hawes) general 
contractors for granite and street 
paving, office NE cor Third and 
King 

Calvin 0., (C. 0. Brigham & Co.) 

res Oakland 

Brigham Charles A., (Brigham & 
Hawes) res 606 Third 

Brighant Charles B., physician and 
surgeon, 703 Market, res Grand 
Hotel 

C. O. & Co. (C. O. Brigham and 

J. C. Hoppe) produce com mer- 
chants, SE cor Washington and 
Front 

Brigham William H., (Crane & Brig- 
ham) res New York 

Bright John, cook stmr Oriflamme 

John, laborer, res 231 Pacific 

Eobert, real estate, res 839 Pacific 



Brignardello Giacomo, Marble SawmiU, 33 
Main (and Stempelmann & Co.) 
res 703 Stockton 

S., merchant, 703 Stockton 



C.P.VANSCHAACK&CO, 



MERCHANDISE BROKERS and COMMISSION 
, Merchants, 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 716 Kearny si. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 Montgomery Street, 



HAS BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 



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Brignole Giovani, fruit stand, 131 Sixth 

Brignone Domingo, feed stable, 618 Broad- 
way, res 622 Broadway 

Brill Frank, iipholster ^^-ith J. A. Sbaber it 
Co., res 13-4 Fom-tb 

Heni-y, bootmaker, res N s Shasta 

Henry, with N. Simouds, res NW cor 

Vermont and Twenty-fourth 

Brimmer WiUiam, mariner, res National 
Hotel 

Brin V., laborer with G. Venard, res 507 
Green 

Brincatt Salvo, (Pace & B.) res Po- 
trero av bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third 

Bi-inckmann Frederick, clerk, res SW cor 
Steuart and Mission 

Brind & Co. (Caleb Brind) confectioners, 16 
Foiu-th 

Caleb, (Brind & Co.) res 16 Fom-th 

Brindeau A. Adrian, shoemaker, res 17 Vir- 
ginia 

Brindle William, engiuieer, res 1717 Stockton 

Bringleson Peter, laborer, res W s San Mi- 
guel ni- county line 

Brink MarceUus M., hatter with Le Gay & 
Co., res 5 Cushman 

Brink William, bridge tender with S. P. K. 
K., res Townsend bet Seventh 
and Eighth 

Brinker David, cabinetmaker with Kragen it 
Co., res 644 Mission 

Briody Eliza, M-idow, res 705 Stockton 

Hugh, saloon, 6 Summer, res 255 

Clementina 

J., extraman ^\dth S. F. Fire Dept 

John J., serviceman -with S. F. Gas- 
light Co., res 3 Piatt's pi 

Briones Alexander, carriagemaker vnth Sin- 
del & Gentner, res 1515 Dupont 

Brisac Felix, res 4 Biu-riet 

Brisco Joshua, barber -n-ith Cary & Blake, 
640 Clav, res 1328 Stockton 

Briscoe H. P., (Dean it Co.) res Euss 
House 

Brislen Jane, chambermaid. Occidental 
Hotel 

Brisset Aithur, salesman with Just. Caire, 
res 1516 PoweU 

Bristol Andrew S., sheet ironworker with 
David W. Buggies, res 108 Silver 

Hemy 0., cooper with B. F. Strom- 
berg, res 558 BiTant 

Levi E., driver with Sutter-st R. E., 

res 1415 Bush 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co., 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co., agents, 
230 California 

British Benevolent Society of California, W. 
Lane Booker, prest, J. P. McCm-- 
rie, sec, rooms and office 730 
Montgomery 

Britt D. W. C, compositor Bulletin, res 
743 Howard 

James, plumber, res 25 White's pi 



Britt John, housemover, res 25 White's pi 

Wilham, nightwatchman P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 52 DeBoom 

Brittain William, blacksmith, res S s Twen- 
ty-second bet Valencia and Guer- 
rero 

Wilham, bricklaver Palace Hotel 

Brittau, Holbroo'k «!t Co., (N. J. 
Brittau, Chas. Holbrook, Chas. 
Merrill and John F. Merrill) im- 
porters and dealers in metals, 
stoves and general hoxise furnish- 
ing hardware, 103-105 Caliiornia 

Brittan John, oiler, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Brittau K. J., (Brittau, Holbrook & Co.) 
res Union Club 

Britton Charles L., bookkeeper with J. C. 
Johnson, res rear 8 Everett 

George W., (Goodwin & Co.) res 

1309 Taylor 

John, saxs^-er with Hobbs, Pomeroy 

it Co., res 13 Grand av 

Joseph. (Britton, Eey & Co.) res SE 

cor Taylor and Union 

Pati-ick, laborer, res E s Hastford bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Britton, Eey <t Co., (Joseph Britton, J. J. 
Eey and Henry Steinegger) lith- 
ographers, SW cor Commercial 
and Leidesdorflf 

Brixson Walter, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Brizzolara & Eoccatagliata, (Luigi Brizzo- 
lara and John Eoccatagliata) 
wood and coal, 1015 Washington 

Brizzolara Luigi, (Brizzolara & Eoccatag- 
liata) res 24 Wetmore pi 

Brizzolaro G., waiter with G. Preda & Co 

Broad Charles, brewer, res 1222 Bush 

Charles E., grainer, res 358 Jessie 

Edward, plumber with G. & W. 

Snook 

■ J., cai-penter, res 518 Bush 

Eobert. earder S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factoi-j', res Polk bet Chestnut 
and Lombard 

W. B., engineer, res W s Georgia nr 

Sierra 

Broadfield Peter, saloon, 518 Pacific 

Broadway Block, NW cor Broadway and 
Kearny 

Broadway Bonded Warehouse, E. Danforth, 
propr, SW cor Broadway and 
Battery 

Broadway Brewery, Jacob Adams propr, 637 
Broadway 

Broadway Hotel, John Donohue, 
propr, 212 Broadway 

Brodwick John, laborer, res rear 223 Fulton 

Broadwood William, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Broas J. P., bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Brock A., res rear 328 Third 

Samuel, porter %rith Waterhouse & 

Lester, res 426% Shotwell 

Theodore, second steward P. M. S. 

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Brock 'VViUiam, porter with S. P. Collins, 

res 618 Pine 
Brocker John, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
Brockett Edward, blacksmith with J. W. 

Clough, res 117 Perry 
Brockhage J. F., clerk with F. A. Eoulean, 

res Oakland 
Brockhart Eobert, teamster with J. B. 

Holmes & Co., res 14 Spear 
Brockhoff Charles, ( Charles Brockhoff 

& Bro.) res W s Bryant nr 

Twenty-fom-th 
Brockholf Charles dc Bro., (Charles 

and William Brockhoff) grocers 

and butchers, NW cor Twenty- 
fourth and Bryant 
Brockhoff William, (Charles Brock- 
hoff & Bro.) res "VV s Bryant nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Brocklebank Hanuel T., land agent, 

330 Pine 
Brockman <& Co., (Henry Brockman 

and Henry Heitman) wines and 

liquors, 1007 Battery 
Brockman Catharine Mrs., res 275 Minna 
Brockman Henry, (Brockman & Co.) 

res 1007 Battery 
Brocksmith Charles, salesman with W. B. 

Eastin, res 216 First 
Brocq Victor A., Bay View Nursery, Twenty- 
first av and J, South S. F. 
Brod Edward, cabinetmaker wdth S. F. 

Mnfg. Co., res 565 Bryant 

Mary J., widow, res 575 Bryant 

Brodeck Albert, clerk with L. Newman, res 

420 Hayes 
Brodeck Henry H., (Marden & B.) 

res 420 Hayes 

Y., widow, res 420 Hayes 

Broder John P., music printer with M. 

Gray, res 18 Welch 
Patrick, laborer, S. P. K. K. Co., 

res 18 Welch 
Broderick A. W., res 20 Turk 

E., laborer, res rear 978 Harrison 

James, tinsmith ■with Freeman & 

& Wrin, res 733 Harrison 

John, boilermaker, res 3 Sheridan 

Broderick John, (Franciscovich & B.) 

res 409 Green 
John E., clerk with W. J. Heney & 

Co., res 29% Garden 
Matthew, laborer with Pacific Boil- 
ing Mills 

Michael, laborer, res Union House 

Patrick, hackman, res N s Liberty 

bet Twentieth and Twenty-first 
Patrick, hostler, Market-st E. E., res 

N s Sixteenth bet Second av and 

GueiTero 
Thomas, waiter, Euss House, res 147 

Natoma 
Thomas J., boots and shoes, 112 

Third, res 29 Everett 



Broderick Walter, laborer, res 214 Broadway 
William, salesman with Grover & 

Baker Sewing Machine Co., res 

29 Garden 
see Bradrick 



Broderson John, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

John, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

Brodhun Charles, merchant tailor, 626 

Montgomery 
Brodie James E., pressman with J. Winter- 
burn & Co., res 404 Bryant 
John, tinsmith, res E s Bryant bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth, 

rear 
Samuel H., atty-at-law, rooms 4-5, 

604 Merchant, res NW cor Broad- 
way and Stockton 

William, machinist, res 82 Everett 

William, supt with Eeese Llewellyn, 

res 957 Howard 
Brodigan Nicholas, Morocco dr-esser with 

Bloch & Davidson, res 9White'8pl 
Brodt John M., carpenter, res 424 Stevenson 
Brodwolf George, merchant tailor 135 

Post, res 6 Pratt pi 
Michael, tailor with George Brod- 
wolf, res 135 Post 
Broemmel Berthold, apothecary with J. A. 

Bauer, res 101 Post 
Brogan C. C, miner, res 508 ElUs 
Catherine, di-essmaker, res 864 Mis- 
sion 
Michael, real estate, res NW cor 

Broadway and Larkin 
Michael, jr., real estate, res NW cor 

Broadway and Larkin 

Stephen, res 21% Stanford 

Mrs., teacher music, res NW cor 

'Fan-ell and Mason 
Brogan's Building, E s Third bet Howard 

and Folsom 
Brokaw Abram, hay and gi-ain 1535 Mission, 

res 1516 Mission 
E. A., clerk with A. Brokaw, res 

1516 Mission 
Brokaw Henry V., (Duff & B.) res 

615 Tm-k 
Bromberger Simon, CEosenthal, 

Feder & Co.) res 614 Sutter 
Bromel — , clerk with M. Wolfen, res Taylor 

nr Mason 
Bromen Henry, carpenter, res 37 First 
Bromley Edward E., stationery clerk C. P. 

E. E. Co's freight depot, res 437 

Tyler 

George S., with P. M. S. S. Co 

George T., contractor, office 418 

Montgomery, res 437 Tyler 
— G. T. & Co., contractors, office 903 

Battery 
Marshall, clerk with Castle Bros., 

res 865 Mission 
William L., commissioner of deeds, 

res 1023 Green 



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Brommer Diecliich, (Spreckles & Co.) res S 

s T-«-enty-third bet Bartlett and 
- Mission 
Brominer Henry, gi-oceries and liqiiors, 

SE cor Hayes and Franklin 
John, brewer -with Albany Brewery, 

res 71 Everett 
Bromwell Louis L., adjuster fire losses 205 

Sansome, res 1012 Larkin 
Bronchier Peter, waiter with Miners' Bes- 

taiirant, res 605 Broadway 
Broner Antonio, cook, 435 Pine 
Bronn John F., saloon, 1628 Stockton 
Theodore A. P., bookkeeper with 

Falkeustein & Co., res 1713 Cal 
Brounum WilUam H., carpenter -vs-ith At- 

wood & BodweU, res First nr 

Mission 
Bronsdon Phineas, raih-oad contractor, res 

17 Moss 
Bronson «& Co., (J. C. Bronson and 

D. N. Coey) general commission 

merchants, 325 Washington 
Bronson J. C, (Bronson & Co.) res 

19 Sixth 

P., laborer vnth P, M. S. S. Co 

W. S., physician, res Grand Hotel 

Bronzan J., coftee saloon and chop house, 

419 Davis 
Brook Allen, finisher with S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, res 2104 Mason 
Henry, dyer, res Folsom bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth 
Brook Joseph, (C. James King of 

Wm. ct Co.) res NW cor Market 

and Franklin 
Brooke Frank, porter ^^"ith Hobart, Wood & 

Co., res 116 Fell 
Brooker Mrs., shoefitter 'wdth D. W. Emer- 
son, res 55 Second 
Brookes Samuel M., artist, studio 611 Clay, 

res Prospect nr California av, 

B. H. 
Brookfield Arthur, bricklayer, res SW cor 

Montgomery and Broadway 
Brookings C. C, (Welch i' B.) res 225 Ellis 
Brooklyn Hotel, Kelly & Andrews, ijroprs, 

210-212 Bush 
Brooklyn Life Ins Co., office 409 California 
Brooks «k L-ee, (S. H. Brooks and B. 

F. Lee) stockbrokers, 415 Mont- 
gomery 
Brooks A. Mrs., res 224 Post 
Albert M., jjostal clerk, res TJ;^ Har- 
riet 
August, collector Pacific-st Wharf, 

res Niagara House, Bush 
B., hanger with Occidental Laixndi-y, 

res Filbert bet Gough and Octa^'ia 
Benjamin S., atty-at-law, office 6 

Montgomery av, res 631 Harrison 
Charles, with Charles L. Stone, 417 

Kearny 
Charles, shipjoiner with Goodall, 

Nelson k Perkins, res' 237 Oak 



Brooks Charles Walcott, oflice 703 Market, 
res Grand Hotel 

C. W., messenger with Wells, Fargo 

&Co 

Daniel, locksmith 608 Market, res 9 

Post 

Brooks Ednioud B., (Reid & B.) res 
1117 Washington 

Edward, repairer with Western Union 

Telegraph Co 

Ehjah, teacher, Urban Academy, res 

1725 Sutter 

E. L. B., atty-at-law, room 73 Mont- 
gomery Block, res 822 Folsom 

Frederick A., di-iver N. B. and M. R. 

E. Co., res 3 Adele aUey 

George, carpenter, res E s Kearny nr 

Chestnut 

George W., solicitor Railroad House 

Henry E., (T. G. Cotton & Co.) res 

924 Jackson 

Henrj', expressman, res 767 Bryant 

Henry, laborer, res W s Mission bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Henry, sashmaker with Haskell &, 

Bode, res 765 Bryant 

Hem-y B., (G. H. Tay & Co.) res 333 

Eddy 

Henry S., miner, res NW cor Guer- 
rero and Seventeenth 

Horace, Colonel Fourth Artillery, U 

SA 

H. W., calcium light advertising 

agent, 437 Pine 

James, notary public, 310 Montgom- 
ery, res cor Keai-ny and Mont- 
gomery av 

James F., student, chemical labora- 
tory, cor Geary and Stockton 

John, cook, P. M. S. S. Co 

Joseph, res Park Hotel 

Joseph H., tinsmith -«ith Caleb M. 

Sickler, res 2104 Mason 

Brooks J. li., merchant tailor, 710 Mont- 
gomery 

■ , widow, res 605 Broadway 

Orion, \sith Electrical Construction 

and Maintenance Co., res 231 
Capp 

Peter, Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 

Robert C, distiller. West End Dis- 
tillery nr Industrial School 

Samuel E., clerk, letter department 

Wells, Fargo & Co., res Bernal 
Heights 

Samuel G., folder Occidental Laun- 
dry, res Filbert bet Gough and 
Octavia 

Brooks Samuel H., (Brooks & Lee) 
res 703 Leavenworth 

Samuel L., bricklayer, res 406 Ship- 

ley 

Stephen S., real estate agent, 331 

Montgomery, res 804 Bush 



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Brooks Thaddeus, civil engineer, res 721 

Harrison 
Thomas H., bookkeeper with Triest 

& Friedlander, res "Woodrow 

House 
William, bookkeeper with Kimball 

Mnf Co., res 631 Han-ison 

Wilham, laborer with P. M. S. S. Co 

William, laborer, res 28% Freelon 

William H., janitor, San Francisco 

Produce Exchange, res cor Clay 

and Drumm 
William M., foreman Einstein Bros. 

& Co.'s factoiy, res 15 Trinity 
Broom John, res 856 Harrison 
J. M., pohce of&cer, res 737 Howard 



Broomfield Martin, cook, stmr Ventiu-a 
Brophy James, expressman, res N s Dorland 

ni' Dolores 

■ Michael, hostler, Sutter-st E. E. Co 

Brosnahan Bartholemew, di-iver, Sutter- 
st E. E. Co., res 29Austin 

P., teamster, res 414 Fell 

Stephen, teamster -wdth Haste & 

Kirk, res 548 Natoma 
Brosnan I., laborer, S. P. E. E. Co 
John, plumber with J. H. O'Brien, 

res 1 Haggin 

John D., res 150 Tehama 

Michael, driver, Sutter-st E. E. Co 

Michael, laborer, res 1 Haggin 

Thomas, farmer, res 127 Jackson 

Bross & Dittes, (George Bross, Jacob Bross 

and Michael Dittes) hairdressing, 

230 Bush 
Bross George, (Bross & Dittes) res 6 Pratt 

pl 
Jacob, (Bross & Dittes) res 19 Du- 

pont 
Brossard Frank, janitor. Industrial School 
Brothers Michael, laborer, res 207 Clara 
Brotherton L. E. Miss, teacher, Hayes Val- 
ley Primary School, res 1521 

Broadway 
Eobert, carpenter with C. L. Tilden, 

res 1521 Broadway 
T.W. Eev., superintendent St. Luke's 

Hospital, office 414 Market, res 

1520 Mission 
Brotterson WilUam, mariner, res 104 Steuart 
Brou — , -wddow, res Ash av bet Octavia and 

Laguna 
Broue Hemy Sirs., di-essmaker, res 720 Val- 

lejo 
Brougham & Goldberg, (John Brougham 

and Max Goldberg) barbers, 631 

Kearny 
Brougham John, (Brougham & Goldberg) 

res 312 Green 
Broughton Charles, wines and liquors, 31 

Pacific 
Napoleon L., speculator, res 1026 

Bush 
Broulett Paul, laborer, Palace Hotel 



Browell Jeremiah, salamander chim'y stacks 

contractor and pipe manufac- 
turer, 442 Jackson, res 217 Lom- 
bard 
Jeremiah, jr., clerk with Edwin J. 

Crane, res 217 Lombard 
Brower Benjamin, gardener, res 236 Sutter 
Daniel A., bakery, NE cor Vallejo 

and Stockton 
George H., printer with Cuberv & 

Co., res 1027 Sutter 

John D., painter, res 36 Tehama 

Louis, with A. Eoman & Co., 11 

Montgomery 
Browly John C, waiter, U. S. Eestaurant, 

res E s Fair Oaks nr Twenty-third 
Brown & McDonald, (W. H. Brown and J. 

F. McDonald) fitiit, 30-31-49 

California Market 
Brown & Sniften, (Frank Q. Brown and 

Elijah Sniffen) butchers, SE cor 

Eitch and Bryant 
Brown «& Wilson/ (Henry C. Brown 

and William H. Wilson) asphal- 

tum roofers, 614 Mission 
Brown Abbie, saleswoman, 726 Market 

Abraham, barber, res 1104 Pacific 

Abraham, mason, res 220 Thii'd 

Abraham B., carpenter with Califor- 
nia Mills, res 22 Euss 
Adolph, cigars and tobacco, 824 

Kearny 
Agnes Miss, seamstress, res 1215 

Folsom 
Albert, freight clerk with C. P. E. E. 

Co., res 6 Harriet 

Albert, seaman, res 45 Sacramento 

Alexander, laborer. Palace Hotel 

Alexander, stock dealer, res 219 

Eitch 
Alexander, with F. S. Drury, res 

2506 Webster 

Alfred, cooper, res rear 25 Eausch 

Alfred, tailor, res 910 Pine 

Alonzo F., importer of table cutlery, 

beads, etc., 321 Pine, res 1825 

Bush 
Alonzo Fitch, with E. O. Brown, 535 

Clay 
Andrew, laborer, P. M. S. S. Co., 

res 521 Fii-st 
Andi-ew, master schr Mose, res 22 

Stanford 
Andrew J., barkeejier, res 14 Morey 

alley 
Anna Mrs., teacher of piano and 

singing, res 910 Pine 
Anne Mrs., res Episcopal Church 

Home 

Annie Mrs., seamstress, res 40 Clara 

Anthony, clothing, 105 Jackson 

Antoine, oiler with P. M. S, S. Co., 

res Potrero Point. 
Archibald, tinsmith with P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 216 Third 



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Brown Aron, teacher, res 267% Stevenson 

■ Aa-tliur, printer, res 529 Union 

Arthur, supt bridges C. P. R. R. Co., 

res Oakland 
Arthur F., clerk with G. S. Hall, res 

929 Howard 

August, tailor, res 329 Vallejo 

A., laborer with P. M. S. S. Co 

A., laborer, res 402 Broadway 

A., machinist with S. P. E. R. Co 

A. B., collector Spring Vallej- Water 

Works Co., res San Leandro 

A. E. Mrs., res 105 O'Fai-rell 

Barbara, dressmaker, res 707 YaUejo 

Benjamin, baker %\-ith Zekind & 

Clark, res 923 Jones 
Browu Beiijaiuiu W., (Michelssen, 

Brown it Co.) res 542 Brj-ant 

Bridget, widow, res 33 Frederick 

Brown Bros. & Co., (M. Browu, B. Sheide- 

man and L. Brown) agents Ore- 
gon Mnfr Co., 24-26 Sansome 

B., res 23 Ritch 

B. C, supt Alden Fruit Preserving 

Co. of Sonoma, 402 Kearny, res 

Sonoma 
B. W., (Michelssen, Bro^mi & Co.) 

res 524 Turk 

Catherine, widow, res 124 Hayes 

Catherine Mrs., real estate, res 11 

Jansen 
Catherine E., widow, res 564 Steven- 
son 
Cecil, clerk with E. V. Joice, res 

Oakland 

Charles, car^jenter, res 25 Rousch 

Charles, cellarman Avith H. Gerke, 

res 26 Sacramento 

Charles, clerk, res 7 Bay 

Charles, Eagle chop house, 405 Pacific 

Charles, housemover, res 18 Harriet 

Brown Charles, (Johnson & B.) res 

325 East 

Charles, mariner, res 228 Main 

Charles, porter witii Western Union 

Tel. Co., res 19 Commercial 
Charles, real estate, res W s Dolores 

bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Charles, roofer ^rith H. G. Fiske 

■ Charles, salesman with. J. H. Kess- 

ing, res 1206 Powell 

Chai'les, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Charles, seaman, res 415 East 

Charles, seaman, res 131 Spear 

Charles, trankmaker vnth A. Haas 

& Co., res cor Haight and Bu- 
chanan 
Brovru Charles B., stoves and tinware, 

18 Dupont, res 335 O'Farrell 
Charles E., baggageman, S. P. R. R. 

Co., res 1629 Mission 
Charles F., (Swain & B.) res 66 

Clementina 
Charles H., teamster with California 

Mnfr Co., res 2304 California 



Brown Charles M., shipping and commis- 
sion agent, SW cor Spear and 
Harrison, res 156 PeiTy 

Charles M., expressman, res 139 

Shipley 
Brown Charlotte B. Mrs., physi- 
cian, res 331 Gearj' 

Christian, seaman, res 26 Fifth av 

Christopher, res 323 Broadway 

Christopher R., clerk -with Fireman's 

Fund Ins. Co., res 15 Powell 

D., res 209 Tehama 

— D., res 1323 Montgomery 

D., res 5 Laskie 

D. W., res 322 Eighth 

D. W., stockbroker, res 39 Fifth 

David, carpenter, res rear 1914 

Taylor 

DaA-id A., bookkeeper with N. Gray 

& Co., res 34 Eleventh 

David B., (Hogan & Co.) res 137 

Chestnut 

David P., teamster, res 564% Howard 

Denton D., U. S. deputy surveyor, 

res 1226 Mission 
— — — E., merchant, res 212 Sutter 

E. C. Mrs., lodgings, 25 Ellis 

E. C, machinist 'with Bancroft & 

Co., res Point Lobos road 

E. J., res 719 California 

E. J., Ts-idow, res 1003 Powell 

E. M. Miss, res 1424 Mission 

E. W., laborer, Fulton Foundry, res 

cor First and Mission 

E. W., teamster with John Lyons, 

res 441 Minna 
Brown Edgar O., real estate, 535 Clay 

Edward, biitcher, res E s Florida nr 

Nineteenth 

Edward, laborer, U. S. Engineer 

Department, Alcatraz Island 

Edward, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Edward, telegraph operator, S. P. R. 

R.. res 152 Silver 

Ed. G., bartender with Beale & Dop- 

son, res 631 Sacramento 

Edward T., clerk letter dept WeUs, 

Fargo & Co., res 508 Howard 

Edwin, collector, res 1629 Mission 

Edwin, printer, res 529 Union 

Edwin T., shoemaker with I. M. 

Wentworth & Co., res 9% 
Grand av 

Edwin W., special policeman, res 

1629 Mission 

Ehza P. Miss, music teacher, res 105 

O'Farrell 

Elizabeth, widow, res 1 Market 

Emily M. Mrs., furnished rooms, 

409 Minna 
Emma F. Miss, teacher, South Cos- 
mopolitan Primary School, res 
105 O'Farrell 
Emmett, compositor Bulletin, res 



1305 Stockton 



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Brown Eugene H., salesman with T. H. 


Brown Henry, mariner, res 54 Sacramento 


King & Co., res 1629 Mission 






Francis C, clerk Third Dist. Court, 

res Oakland 




& Co., res SE cor Webster and Fell 






Steuart, res 206 Steuart 






Frank, shirt mnfr, 677 Market, res 


Henry A., clerk mth Wells, Fargo & 


417 Bush 


Co., res 331 Geary 




Henry A., master schr Industry, res 

S s Twenty-seventh nr Howard 
Brown Henry C., (Brown & Wilson) 


T?T.f.-K.1r Ci /'■R-r./^TTTt-* £t ft-r.T^oVi\ t^^io RHQ 


Bryant 




vpo E9, SA/^r>iirl 




Henry J., expressman, res 243 Clara 

Howard W., messenger U. S. Q. M. 






res 654 Tehama 


Dept, res Oakland 


Frederick, porter with Greenebaum 


Hugh, master mariner, res 228 Fol- 


& Co., res 117 Stockton 


som 


■ Fred., saloon and chophouse, 10 


Hugo, waiter, res 422 Sixth 


Steuart 


Hymann, clothing, res 17 Hyde 


Frederick, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 


H., cai-penter, res 13 Pollard pi 


1?«„^„,.i„V A «1^-..1^ 1KQ Unnr^-i-^A -^nr. 


H., cai-penter -wath H. B. Tichenor & 

Co., res 214 Bitch 


83 Clementina 


Frederick F., policeman, res 646 


H., cook Spiers & Pond's saloon, res 


Howard 


Coso House 




H., widow, res Palmer, Fairmount 

tract 
H. J., res 609 Minna 










"H. J., special policeman, res cor Oc- 




George, cooper, res rear 25 Eousch 


tavia and Union 




H. L., fireman, S. P. K. E. Co, 

Ignatio, cook, res 13 Pollard pi 






George, vice-principal Hayes Valley 


IresonC, contractor.res 730 Guerrero 


Grammar School, res 1419 Taylor 


Isaac, laborer, res W s Minnesota nr 




Sierra 


tory, res 45 Eighth 


& Co., res cor Buchanan and Bay 




1120 Mission 
George W., teamster, res 1715 Leav- 




35 Oak Grove av 


enworth 


James, res 12 Scotland 




James, apprentice -wTith Howard & 

Enright, res 14 Park av 


Stevenson 


Brown Grafton T., (G. T. Brown & 


James, baker. Grand Hotel 


Co.) res Oakland 


James, barber, 1146 Folsom 


Brown G. T. «& Co., (G. T. Brown and 


James, drayman, res Green nr Battery 


W. T. Galloway) lithographers. 


James, engineer, res 28 Minna 


540 Clay 


James, fireman P. M. S. S. Co 




James, laborer, res 908 Vallejo 

Jam^s, laborer, res 33 Frederick 


brook & Co., res 105 California 


Harry, cook, 422 Sacramento, res 


James, laborer with E. T. Anthony 


Coso House 


& Co., res 361 Broadway 


Harry, proptr Scandinavian Home, 






105 Clark 




Harvey S., atty S.P.E.E. Co., NE cor 


Manfg Co., res 7 Verona pi 


Fourth and Townsend, res Oak- 


James, salesman with C. Curtin, res 


land 


803 Montgomery 


Henry, beer bottler with A. Denzler, 


• James, stevedore, res 19 Howard 


res 5 Cedar av 




Henry, cook with F. J. Cutter, res 18 


James A., di-ayman 313-315 Front, 


Ellis 


res 6 Pleasant 


Hem-y, deckhand U. S. stmr Mc- 


James, physician, 19 Scotland 


Pherson, res S s Jackson nr 


J. C, mate C. P. E. E. Co. stmr 


Battery 






Henry, laborer, Pacifiic Foundry, res 


res 10 Scotland 


541 First 






Henry, laborer, Kisdon iron Works 


res 727 California 



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Brown James G., clerk with C. P. E. K. 

Co., res E s Cliutou bet Brauuan 

and Bryant 
James H., caii^enter, 524 Third, res 

SE cor Minnesota and Mariposa 
James P., lastmaker, res 105 O'- 

Farrell 
James P., machinist with Electrical 

Construction and Maintainance 

Co., res 7 Stevenson 

James K., barber, res 928 Washington 

Jans, seaman, res North Gennan 

Hotel 
Jesse, clerk with James Buckley, res 

11 Geary 

Jesse, engineer stmi- Amador 

John, barkeeper vriih L. Eppinger, 

res 15 Monroe 
■ John, boilermaker -nith McAfee, 

Spiers & Co., res 430 Minna 
John, bootmaker, res rear 917% 

Sutter 

John, caiiienter, res 41 Natoma 

John, clerk with George A. Meigs, 

res 53 Clementina 
John, cook with T. Chandler, res 506 

Davis 

John, deck hand steam-tug Kuscue 

John, deck hand schr Marietta, res 

409 Pacific 

John, hodcarrier Palace Hotal 

John, laborer, res 31 Jessie 

John, laborer, res 63 Water 

John, laborer Pacific Boiling Mills, 

res 11% Freelon 

John, longshoreman, res 127 Jackson 

John, longshoreman, res 913 San- 
some 

John, longshoreman, res 319 Yallejo 

John, machinist, res 49 Jessie 

John, miller viith. Eisen Bros., 12 

Stevenson 
John, salesman yf.ith. John C. Bell, 

res 502 Greenwich 

John, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

John, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

John, shipwiight, res 518 Mission 

John, stonecutter -with Degan & Or- 

f ord,res cor Bush and Cemetery av 

John, waiter, res 54 Jessie 

John A., watchman Post Office, res 

421 Natoma 
John A., porter -with Littlefield, Webb 

& Co., res 1235 Union 

■ John B., res 156 Third 

■ John E., clerk 105 Stockton, res 1506 

Taylor 
— John F., book and job printer, 525 

Commercial, res 316 Chestnut 

John H., shipwi-ight, res 508 Howard 

John K., captain stmr Alameda, res 

1206 Leavenworth 
John O., messenger with Light- 
house Engineer Dept, res 707 

Yallejo 



Brown John W., hostler with Potrero and 

Bay View R. K. Co 
Joseph, baker with S. F. Cracker 

Co., res 11 Jansen 

Joseph, clerk, res Revere House 

Joseph, dishwasher with Shneller & 

Berger, res Empire Lodging 

House 

Joseph, hackdriver, res 203 Ritch 

Joseph, teamster with S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, res North Point 
nr Larkin 

Joseph, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Joseph Charles, clerk with I. Fried- 
lander, res 620 Sutter 

Joseph H., carpenter, res Montgom- 
ery Hotel 

JuUa B. Miss, asst Rincon Grammar 

School, res 414 Ellis 

Justice, engineer, res, 519 Yallejo 

J. C, res 835 Clay 

J. C, clerk with Gleeson & Fell, res 

Morton House 

J. H. Mrs., res 328 Taylor 

J. L., atty-at-law, 1250 Montgomery 

J. W., stockbroker, res SW cor How- 
ard and Twenty-first 

Brown l.ewis. (Toklas, Hahn & B.) res 
824 O'FaiTell 

Le-n-is, mate schr Billy the Butcher, 

res 340 Ritch 

Lizzie Miss, seamstress, res 1215 

Folsom 

Luther, physician, office 629 Wash- 
ington 

L. C, M-ith Cornell Watch Co 

L. L. Mrs., saleswoman with E. W. 

Haines, res cor Powell and 
Yallejo 

Malcom, compositor Bulletin, res 99 

Stevenson 

Manuel, barber. Pacific bet Mason 

and Taylor 

Maria Mrs., nurse, res 119% Bernard 

Mark, caulker, res 32 Clara 

Mark, with Hook and Ladder, No. 3, 

res Engine-house, Market nrTenth 

Mark, teamster with J. McDevitt, 

res 913 Sansome 
Mary Miss, seamstress, res 1215 Fol- 
som 

Mary Mrs., res 778 Harrison 

Matthew, drayman, res 917 Sansome 

Mattie Mrs., res 238 Taylor 

Michael, res 397 Eighth 

Michael, teamster, res 138 Silver 

Morris, (Brown Bros & Co,) res 822 

O'Farrell 

Moses P., harnessmaker with Main 

& Winchester, res 323 Taylor 

Mrs., res I^"S' bet Franklin and Gough 

M. F., fruit\lealer, 240% Fifth 

Nathan, wholesale clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 108 Battery, res 
927 Bryant 



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Brown Nicholas, laborer, res 1 Lick 

Oscar, conductor, Market-st E. E. 

Co., res 530 Valencia 
Peter N., carpenter, California Thea- 
ter, res 613 Bush 

Peter, housemover, res 1100 Powell 

Peter, laborer, res 724 Lombard 

Peter, master sloop Julia, office 305 

East, res 104 Steuart 

Peter C, carpenter, res 511 Howard 

Philip, merchant, SE cor Pine and 

Sansome 

Eaphael, bookkeeper with Brown 

Bros & Co., res 824 O'Farrell 

Eeuben, supt with Michelssen, 

Brown & Co., res E s Eailroad nr 
Fifth av. South S. F. 

Eichard, capitalist 215 Sansome, res 

818 Green 

Eichard, fruit dealer, 504 Sixth 

r- Eichard, laborer, res 254 Stevenson 

Eichard, real estate, res Greenwich 

nr Devisadero 
Eichard, rigger, Eiggers' and Steve- 
dores' Assn, 429 Pacific 
Brown Richard, soap manufactory, E 
s Nebraska bet El Dorado and 
Alameda 

Eobert, cook, res 152 Silver 

Eobert, supt vfith Keane, O'Connor 

& Co., res Mission bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth 

Eobert Smith, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Eobert T., whitener, res W s Ala- 
bama nr Twenty-fourth 

Eowland G., agent Grover & Baker 

S. M. Co., res 705 Post 

Eufus N., coal sampler, res 2322 

Washington 

carpenter with H. B. Tichenor & 
Co., res 214 Eitch 
C. Miss, dressmaker, res SE cor 
Laguna and McAllister 

E. H., stocks, res 529 Valencia 

S., watchman. Custom House 

Sadie, saleswoman with H. W. 

Vaughn, res 32 Ellis 
Samuel, local policeman, res 20 Stan- 
ford 
Brown Samuel E., foreman S. F. 
News Letter and California Ad- 
vertiser, res 9 Eousch 

Samuel H., clerk with T. J. Bass & 

Co., res 7 Verona pi 

Stephen G., baths and barber shop 

202 Fourth 

Susan, res 928 Washington 

Sylvester* B., teamster with Gibson 

& Co., res 210 Eitch 

T. P., laborer, res 317 Fremont 

Theodora M., widow, res 510 Folsom 

Theodore, clerk Tax Collector's office, 

res 1525 Dupont 
Brown Thomas, cashier Bank Califor- 
nia, res 907 Sutter 



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E. 



Brown Thomas, mate bark Queen Emma, rel 
5 Jackson 

^^- Thomas, pantryman, P. M. S. S. C< 

Thomas, real estate, res W s Scott n: 

Cortland av 

Thomas, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Thomas, seaman stmr Pelican 

Thomas, selector with Wangenheim 

Sternheim & Co., res Fourteentl 
av bet Q and E, South S. F. 

Thomas, caulker, res S s Six 

teenth bet Mission and Valencif 

Thomas, special policeman, res 741 

Harrison 

Thomas, stevedore with Menzies & 

Bingham 

Thomas, supt California Market, res 

20 Pearl 

Thomas A., photographer, 606 

Kearny, res 310 ^^ Eighth 

Thomas N., saloon, 1420 Stockton 

W., laborer with P. M. S. S. Co. 

W., seaman, res 415 East 

W., res 503% O'Farrell 

W. H., mining agent, res Overland 

House 

W. N., Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 

Brown W. S. «& Co., (W. S. Brown) 
agents California Silk Manufac- 
tm-ing Co., Warrin's needles and 
Barbour's linen thread, 569- Mai"- 
ket 

Brown W. iScott, (W. S. Brown <6rCo.) 
res 732 Sixteenth 

Ward, porter with Brittan, Holbrook 

& Co., res 253 Stevenson 

Wilber K., expressman, res 13 Hub- 
bard 

Willard B., compositor, Figaro office, 

res 969 Howard 

William, res 812 Green 

William, blacksmith, Fulton Foun- 

_ dry, res 520 Mission 

- — WiUiam, seaman, stmr Ajax 

William, chaircaner, res 1215 Folsom 

William, cook. Blue House Eestau- 

rant, res 32 Dupont alley 

William, dealer in mechanics' tools, 

222 Jackson, res 920 Union 

William, harnesscleaner, Norfolk Sta- 
bles, 126 EUis 

William, laborer, res 41 Minna 

William, master schr Glenarm, res 

332 Main 

William, mariner, res 104 Steuart 

— — William, printer, res 969 Howard 

William, real estate, res 13 Second 

— — William, mariner, res 5 Jackson 

William, mariner, res 26 Sacramento 

William, Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 

William, supt Potrero Marine Eail- 

way, res SW cor Louisiana and 
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3rowii William, teamster, res 72 Ninth 

— William, tinsmith, res 411 Clemen- 
tina 

— William A., caiilker, res 10 Virginia 

— William A., engineer, res 507 Eighth 

— WilUam A., engineer with Blake, 
Bobbins <fe Co., res 759 Market 

— William A., Shipwrights' Assn, 71 
New Montgomery 

— William B., assistant bookkeeper -with 
Lowry ct Wightinan, res Oakland 

— WiUiam B., carpenter, res 421 Bush 

— William C, blacksmith with J. W. 
Fan-en, res Minna nr Fom-th 

— William C, compositor with J. H. 
Carmany & Co., res rear 917 Sut- 
ter 

— William C, patternmaker, S. F. 
Manufacturing Co., res 254 Clara 

— William H., (Brown & McDonald) 
res Eureka, Nev 

Srown William H., contractor night 
work, 3 Mills pi, res cor Bay 
and Meiggs' wharf 

— WilUam H., salesman with Marcus 
C. Hawley & Co., res 1511 Post 

— William H., with Cornell Watch Co 

— William H., jr., with Cornell Watch 
Co 

— WiUiam Hall, capitaUst, res 819 Mis- 
sion 

— William K., electro t-s-per, Evening 
Post, res 1139 Pacific . 

— WiUiam P., conductor City R. K. Co., 
res S s Columbia bet Dolores and 
Guerrero 

— WilUam P., groceries, 731 VaUejo, 
res 114 Bernard 

— William S., sawmill, SE cor Mission 
and Twenty-seventh 

— WiUiam T., carpenter. Palace Hotel, 
res 120 Fourth 

— W. v., student with Grey & Bran- 
don, res 128 Eleventh 

, carpenter, res Commercial Lodg- 
ing House 
, Hebrew teacher, res 605 Broad- 
way 

, laborer, res 229 Sixth 

, mariner, res 1140 Mission 

, waiter, res 17 Stockton pi 

, widow, res 2533 Mission 

— • — , widow, di-essmaker, res 313 Fell 
3ro-mie Emma L. Mrs., res 107 PoweU 

— James C, saloon, NW cor Eighth and 
Folsom 

— James H., gasfitter, res 14 Park av 

— J. D., di-aughtsman North Pacific 
Coast E. R., res 845 Howard 

Srowne J. li., manager of The Bank of 
San Francisco, res Oakland 

Browne J. Ro$$s, land agent, room 87 
Montgomei-y blk, res Oakland 

— Spencer C, depiity County Clerk, 
res Oakland 



Browne William, mariner, res 5 Jackson 

W. H., clerk. Western Union Tele- 

gi-aph Co., res N^'' cor Post and 
Devisadero 

Brownell James A., clerk, res 611 Stockton 

G. v., first ofiicer, P. M. S. S. Co 

BroMTifield CD., bricklayer. Palace Hotel 

Browning & Heber, (August Browning and 
WiUiam Heber) gun and lock- 
smiths, 653 Washington 

Browning August, (Browning <fe Heber) res 
1500 Leavenworth 

George W., salesman with P. Doug- 
las, res NW cor Webster and Sut- 
ter 

Jacob, teamster with Com-oy, O'Con- 
nor & Co., res SW cor Larkin 
and McAUister 

Jeremiah, teamster ^vith Conroy, 

O'Connor & Co., res SW cor Lar- 
kin and McAUister 

John, gi-oceries and liquors, SE cor 

Eighteenth and Mission 

John N., clerk with T. C. Pedler, res 

771 Folsom 

Walter, -n-ith P. M. S. S. Co., res 13 

Verona 

Browning William, saloon 541 Clay, 
res 771 Folsom 

Brownlee John, house and sign painter, 429 
Fi-ont 

BrownUe James S., laborer, resE s Diamond 
bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 

Browni-idge Robert, boilermaker's helper 
with P. M. S. S. Co . 

Robert, machinist. Miners' Foundry, 

res Montgomery Hotel 

Brownrigg WiUiam J., carpenter, res 361 
Eleventh 

Brownsen Fi-ederick, mason, res Continental 
Hotel 

Brownstein George, (E. Goslinsky & Co.) 
res 1017 Post 

Brownstone Isaac, (Brownstone Bros., Santa 
Cruz) office 427 Front, res 1002 
Larkin 

Broy Fi-ank, boxmaker with F. Korbel & 
Bros., res 503 Foul-th 

Brubaker Efiinger, teamster, res 245 Clara 

E. B., driver Hook and Ladder No. 

3, res engine house. Market nr 
Tenth 

Bnice De Victor, engineer and machinist, 
512 Commercial, res 769 Folsom 

Bruce Donald, book and job printer, 
537 Sacramento, res 1013 Wash- 
ington 

HaiTv, stevedore with A. C. Freese 

Henry, laborer with P. M. S. S. Co., 

res Goodsell pi 

Herbert, milkman, res W s San Bruno 

road bet Twenty-eighth and 
twentv-ninth 

James, \nth W. W. CaU, res San 

Bruno road nr Twenty-eighth 



OMMERCUL INSOeHNCE CO. OF CHLIFOBNU, 

12 



Office, 228 California St. 



THOMPSON BROS., EUREKA, FOUNDRY. 

CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 129 and 131 BEALE STREET. 



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Bryan Edward, packer with Baker & Ham- 
ilton, res E s Shotwell bet Fifth 
and Sixth 

Edwin H., housebroker and collect- 
or, 523 Kearny, res 1530 Clay 

Edwin H., jr., physician, office 224 

Kearny 

Edwin H.,, special policeman Ma- 

guire's Opera House 

E. H., plumber and gasfitter, 108 

Dupont 

Frank, clerk with Chief Commissary 

Division Pacific, 105 Stockton 

Fred, bookkeeper, 530 Bush 

Frederick, salesman with A. Pallies 

James B., cooper -nith Pacific BaiTel 

and Keg Co., res 7 Gilbert 

James E., salesman with McCain, 

Flood & McClure, res 520 Sutter 

John, laborer, res Greenwich nr 

Larkin 

John H., clerk with A. Haas & Co., 

res 1530 Clay 

Bryan John M., stoves, ranges and 
kitchen utensils, 130 Thii-d 

Mart H., carpenter, SW «;or Bush 

and Franklin 

Patrick Oliver, carp)enter, res 592 

Stevenson 

Samuel, carpenter, res Greenwich nr 

Larkin 

: Samuel, jr., laborer, res Greenwich 

nr Larkin 

Bryan Tlionias, (Bryan Bros.) res 
American Exchange Hotel 

William, bookkeeper with Kichard 

O'NeiU, res 19 Euss 

Wm., laborer, res rear 1724 Mission 

Bryan William, (Bryan Bros.) res 
American Exchange Hotel 

William, porter with C. P. E. E. Co., 

res 29 Welsh 

Wilham H. clerk American Ex. Hotel 

WiUiam J., (G. H. Tay & Co.) res 

Haywards 

Bryan William J., apothecary, NWcor 
Third and Howard and 603 
Merchant, (and William J. Bryan 
& Co.) res 1203 Howard 

Bryan William J. «& Co.. (William 
J. Bryan) apothecaries and drug- 
gists. Grand Hotel and NW cor 
Second and Howard 

, stevedore wth Menzies & Bingham 

, mill hand with Deming, Palmer 

&Co 

see Bryant 

Bryans Edward, hardware, res E s Shotwell 
nr Twenty-fifth 

Bryant & Cook, (D. S. Bryant and D. 
S. Cook) produce com, 306 Davis 
<fc Taylor, (A. J. Bi-yant and 
J. S. Taylor) genl agents Diebold, 
Morris & Co's safes, 312 Califor- 
nia [see adv, page 32a] 



Bryant 



Bryant A., res 736 Sixteenth 
Bryant Andrew J., Vice-Prest State In- 
vestment and Insurance Co., res 

822 Sutter 

C. G., Mrs., physician, res 502 Tay- 
lor 
Bryant Daniel S.^ (Bryant & Cook) 

'' res Oakland 
Edmund, clerk with State Investment 

and Insurance Co., res 822 Suttei 

Edward, doorkeeper Opera House 

Frank, clerk, res 334 Bush 

George, cutter with Beers & May 

nard, res 131 Chestnut 
George H., (Neville & Co.) res 191'; 

Polk 
James E., lamps and crockery 1( 

Third, res Fulton nr Octavia 
John, asst foreman Examiner, res 1 

John 
John, (S. F. Mnfg Co.) res 127 Shot 

well 

■ — John, painter, res 103 Hayes 

J — John H., jeweler Cal. Jewelry Co 

res 111 Prospect pi 

E., widow, res 1429 Geaiy 

Samuel, branch agent S. F. Laun 

di-y, 613 Commercial, res Green 

wich bet Polk and Larkin 

Samuel A., teamster, res 617 Natomj 

Thomas Mrs., dressmaker, res 1 

Garden 
W. C, Chinese Employment office 

510 Pine, res Alameda 
W. D., driver Sutter-st E. E. Co 

res 31 Austin 
W. F., bookkeeper with D. Coni'ad 

res Euss House 

Warren, real estate, res 230 Shotwe 

William, boilermaker, Eisdon Iro 

Works, res 902 Montgomery 

William, res 109 Montgomery 

Wilham J. O., physician, office an 

res 825 Pacific ■ 

'-, res 418 Brannan 

Bryars Annie Miss, hairdresser, res 151 

Stockton 
M. Miss, ladies' hairdresser, res 71 

Folsom 
Bryde William L., (Middleton, B. &Co.) r( 

NE cor Lombard and Dupont 
Bryden George, teamster, 401-403 Front an 

364 Natoma, res Oakland 
Brydges Marshal C, copper, tin and she 

ii-on worker, 51 Clay, res 34 

Jessie 

Brydon Joseph, stableman, res Heinz Hot 
Biyiess F., with Chas. M. Plum & Co 

Prescott House 
Brynes William J., special policeman 

252 Minna 
Bryon Augusta Mrs., furnished rooms, 7i 

Market 
Bryson Cyrns W^., (Eeed & B.) 

652 Howard 



c, p, w mm k CO, 



Importers CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, etc., 

Nos. 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 716 KEARNY I 



;eo. w. chapin, real estate agent, 



434 MONTGOMERY STREET. 



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Brj-sou Thomas, printer, res 19 Xatoma 
Buch Ferdinand, porter 124 Sausome, res 
28 Tehama 

— Frederick, musician with Wetter- 
man's Band, res 703 Greenvdch 

— H., cabinetmaker with Kragen & Co., 
res 32 Minna 

— Pauline, iioner -with Neustadter 
Bros., res 81 Stevenson 

Buchan James, shoemaker, res 1903 Howard 
Biichanan Findley, tinsmith with J. M. 
Biyan, res 29 Commercial 

James, grocer, 1205 Folsom 

— John res 571 Howard 
John H., saloon 604 Howard, res 

571 Howard 

— John W., foreman sawj'er with My- 
ers, Weighel i: Co. ."res 362 Third 

Joseph, collector, res 511 Shotwell 

Joseph Y., clerk with P. A. Kearny, 

res 607 Pine 
Buchanan M. Co., (Tuolumne, Cal.) D. F. 

Verdenal sec, 409 California 
Buchanan S. A. ili-s., res 511 Shotwell 

WiUiam A., clerk U. S. Q. M, Dept., 

res 2041 Mission 

— WiUiam G., supt Einstein Bros. & 
Co., res 710 Buchanan 

— — , stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

Buchard Eev. James M. C, clergj-man, St. 

Ignatius College, res 841 Market 
Biiche Conrad, ti-ussmaker with J. H. A. 

Folkers ^- Bro., res 3l7 Bush 
Biichel Ernst, with Kohler & Maier, res 1221 

Kearny 

Bucher Heni-y, cook, Kuss House 
Buchert George, shipwright, res 220 

Francisco 
Buchholz Augustus, blacksmith, res 225 

Drumm 

Charles, wii-eworker, res 6 Eidley 

Henry, cabinetmaker with Field <fe 

Frei, res cor Bi-yant and Downey 

Hem-y, foreman tinsmith with S. 

Kohlman, res 526 Jessie 
Buchmann Adoljjh M., porter \vith L. & E. 
Wertheimer, res 20 Clara 

•S Albert, confectioner with Schi-oth & 

Westerfeld, res 228 Kearny 

Meyer, tailor, res 15 St. Mary's pi 

Buchtenkirchen Adolph, bookkeeper with 
Singer Mnfr. Co., res 13 Harlan pi 
Buck A. ilrs., astrologer, res 230 Minna 

Charles, carpenter, res 231 Pacific 

Claus, clerk with Bremer & Co., res 

770 Bryant 
Daniel, mining secretary, 331 Mont- 
gomery", res Occidental Hotel 

George, engineer Pacific Rolling 

Mills, res Potrero Point 

George, expressman, res 314 Third 

George N., bookkeeper -with J. P. 

Ne-^-mark k Co., res 48 Langton 
Henrv, barber, res 921 Folsom 



Buck Herman, laborer, S. F. Pioneer Woolen 
Factory, res cor North Point and 
Larkin 

John, cigarmaker, res 1142 J/^ Market 

John, teamster, res NW cor Bush 

and Devisadero 

Buck John A., (Ohlandt & Co.) res E 
s Jersey nr Twentieth 

Lewis, glazier, res 921 Folsom 

Thomas, pipemaker with S. F. Boiler 

Works, res 314 Third 

WiUiam, ship carpenter, res 7 Wash- 
ington 

William, stairbuilder \\-ith N. P. 

Langland, res 531 Fourth 

WiUiam, stairbuilder, res 415 Bran- 



Buckbee A. C, laborer, U. S. Appraisers 
store, res 409 Capp 

C. A., clerk, melting and refining 

dept U. S. Mint, res 516 Taylor 

MaUna S., widow, res 408 Capp 

Spencer C, clerk with C. James 

King of Wm. & Co.. res 516 
Taylor 

Buckby Stephen, laborer, Potrero cut 

Buckel Walter, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Buckeve Gold and Silver Mining Co., (Lyon 
Co., Nev.) C. A. Sankey, sec, 331 
Montgomerj' 

Bucking «fc Pilster, (John Bucking 
and Henry Pilster) groceries and 
liquors, SW cor Eitch and Bryant 

Bucking & Postel, (D. Bucking and Chris- 
topher Postel) gi-oceries, NW cor 
Pacific and Taj-lor 

Bucking Dietrich, (Bucking & Postel) 1108 
Pacific, res 1501 Taylor 

Backing Dietrich, cooper, (and Buck- 
ing & Postel) 412 Drumm 

Dietrich, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 

Frederick, (Wolters & Co.) res 515 

' Bryant 

I Backing John, (Bucking & Pilster) res 
515 Bryant 

Buckingham ct Hecht, (Thomas H. Buck- 
ingham, Isaac and Louis Hecht, 
jr.) boot and shoe mnfrs, NW 
cor Haight and Gough 

Buckingham A., salesman with T. R. 
Chui-ch, res 719 Bush 

Charles E., mining agent, 315 Cali- 
fornia, res S02 Howard 

Elizabeth, glovemaker. Pacific Glove 

Facfv, res Raih'd Lodging House 

Frank, tailor, 336 Bush, res 1018 

Clay 

Thomas H.. (Buckingham it Hecht) 

res 24 Haight 

WiUiam H., clerk, res Overland 

House 

Wmiam P., clerk with Buckingham 

A: Hecht, res NW cor Oak and 
Buchanan 



NORCROSS & CO., ''"*'-'**''?.!Hfv''i-S™»ro..uo,.«s. 



BETHESDA WATER NEVER FAILS TO CURE BRIGHT'S DISEASE, 

DUNBAR & HENDRY, General Agents Pacific Coast, 107 Stocitton SI 



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Biickiiighain W. R., policeman, res Overland 

House 
Buckland 0-«-en, draiightsman -with Wright 

& Sanders, res 1019 Hyde 
Buckle M. T., music teacher, res Nucleus 

House 
Buckley & Mooney, (Chids. Buckley and 

Con Mooney) wines and liquors, 

SE cor Bush and Kearny 
Buckley & Morton, (F. Buckley, jr., and J. 

E. Morton) boot and shoemakers, 

904 Market 
Buckley «fe liuscombe, (M. B. Buck- 
ley and Robert Liiscombe) imp 

lace goods, embroideries, jewelry, 

etc., 539 Market 
Buckley Andrew, porter with John C. Mor- 
rison, jr., res 127 Shipley 
Annie, with James E. Smedberg, res 

13 Laui-el pi 
C. F., physician and surgeon, office 

646 Market, res 614 Sutter 
Cornelius, cai-penter, res 11 Fol- 

som av 

Cornelius, teamster, Folsom-st wharf 

^ Christopher, (Buckley & Mooney) 

res 737 >^ Biish 

Daniel, conductor, Clay-st E. E. Co 

Daniel, laborer, res 402 Broadway 

Daniel, (Stewart & B.) res 1013 

Pierce 
David, porter with A. C. Dietz & Co., 

res 12 Anthonj' 

David J., waiter, res 402 Broadway 

Dennis, miner, res 402 Broadwaj^ 

D. J., clerk, Hibernia Savings and 

Loan Society, res Devisadero bet 

Tiu-k and Eddy 

Edward, bricklayer, res 575 Tehama 

• Edward, bricklayer, res rear 1221 

Folsom 
Edward, actor, Maguire's Theater, 

res 617 Minna 
Edward, proprietor Buckley's Varie- 
ties, N^* cor Pine and Kearny, 

res 719 Clay 

Ed. D., miUer, res 228 Jessie 

Edward P., res 520 Lombard 

Francis, builder, 18 Anna, res W s 

Devisadero bet Turk and Eddy 
Frank., jr., (Buckley & Morton) res 

IBEUis 

James, laborer, res Union nr Octavia 

Buckley James, saloon, 37 Post, res 

SE cor Pacific and Polk 
James A., Bricklavers' Prot. and 

Benev. Assn., 234 Sutter 
Jane, widow, res SE cor Francisco 

and Jones 
Jeremiah, bootmaker with S. "W. Eo- 

senstock & Co., res 656 Minna 
Jeremiah, bootmaker mth S. W. Eo- 

stock & Co., res NE cor Fulton 

and Laguna 
Jeremiah, laborer, res 231 First 



Buckley Jeremiah, salesman with Hobart 

Wood & Co., res SW cor Eut 

ledge and California avs 
John, cooper with S. P. Connor, res 

925 Broadway 

John, (Lane &B.) res 419 Stevensoi 

John, miner, res 127 Fourth 

John A., boilermaker, res 127 Fourtl 

• John L., bookkeeper with Lewis 

Bros., res 407 Clementina 
Joseph A., clerk with Com-oy, O 

Connor & Co., res Devisaderc 

bet Turk and Eddy 

J., night inspector, Custom House 

J. P., res 1103 Jackson 

Lawrence, mariner, res 54 Sac. 

Michael, blacksmith, res 125 Shiple^ 

Michael, laborer, C. P. E. E., res 435 

Brannan 
Michael, Union Iron Works, res < 

Natoma 
M., porter with L. & M. Sachs 

Co., res Geary bet Scott and De 

visadero 
Buckley M. B., (Buckley & Luscombe 

res 14 Elhs 

M. E. Mrs., lodgings, 122 Geary 

Patrick, cooper, California Sugar Ee 

finery, res 713 Clementina 
Patrick, laborer, res N s Bush be' 

Broderick and Baker 

Patrick, laborer, res 925 Broadway 

Patrick, shoemaker, res 522 Pine 

Thomas, res 821 Green 

Thomas, abstract and register clerl 

Custom Hoiise, res 706 Pine 

Timothy, watchman, res 9% Fi-eeloi 

William, blacksmith Palace Hotel 

William, brickmaker, res Greenwicl 

nr Polk 
WiUiam, cooper with Lawrence Fel 

vey, res 630 Mission 
Bucklin E. P., clerk, What Cheer House 

res 839 Mission 
Michael, porter, res S s Geary be 

Scott and Devisadero 
John W., agent, 240 Montgomery 

res 118 Eddy 
Buckman Albert E., res 1007 Sutter 
Charles, conductor, N. B. and M. E 

E. Co., res 767 Eryant 

G., expressman, res 507 Green 

E. H. L., saloon, 226 Montgomery 

res 224 Montgomery 

, res 605 Broadwaj- 

Buckmann George, steward, Continenta 

Hotel 
Buckmaster John, lather, res 632 Mission 
Buckminster E. Mrs., di-essmaking, res 20' 

Ellis 
Bncknall George J., physician an< 

dei-matologist. office 523 Kearny 

res 811 O'Fan-eU 
Bxicknam Charles, salesman with J. W. Da 

^ddson & Co., res 33 John 



N\A/ C D A I II n I M f Manufacturer of Patent INSERTED TOOTH 
. W. OrAULUIINu. circular saws, 17 and 19 



Fremont S 



W. CHAPIN, 434 Montgomery Street, 



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Bucknma Clara T. Miss, assistant, Rincon 

Grammar School, res 850 Folsom 
Bucknaiu E. T., stoves and tinware, 22 

Stenart, res 850 Folsom 
M. M., purser, stmr Constantine, of- 
fice 10 Market 
Bucknell ^^lartha E. Mrs., physi- 
cian SE cor Powell and O'FaiTell, 

res 131 O'Farrell 
Bnckner Charles, cabinetmaker and carpen- 
ter, SW cor Sixth and Minna 
Charles, jr., carpenter and builder, 

21 Geary, res 22 Garden 
Thomas, clerk with Charles Mayer, 

res 19 O'Farrell 
Bndd William C, stockbroker, -140 

California, res 1115 Van Ness av 
Bndde Theodore, porter M-ith W. "W. Dodge 

& Co., res 233 Clara 
Buddington Moses, master mariner, res 24 

Ellis 
Waller, pilot stmr Julia, res 627 

Third 
Budelman "William res 919 Sacramento 
Budelmann "Wilham, merchant, res 909 

Kearny 
Biiden Louis, upholsterer, res 2734 Mission 
Budge Eichard, res 641 Vallejo 
Budleman Wilham, res Relay House 
IBudzzini Mary Mrs., res 16% Hunt 
Buechel Edward, fringemaker with W. Eng- 

lander, res 616 California 
Buebler Frederick, (Schmidt & B.) 

res 1010 Montgomery 
J. F., boot and shoemaker, 822 

Montgomery 
William, upholsterer, res 416 O'Far- 

reU 
Buehlman Fred, machinist, 831% Pacific 
Buell C. S., res Cosmopolitan Hotel 

H., fireman with S. P. R. R. Co 

Buellesbach Anthony, laborer, res 113% 

WiUiam 
Buena Vista Vinienltural Society, 

\-ineyards and cellars Sonoma, B. 

E. Auger & Co., agents, office 

409 Battery 
Buer WUliam, machinist, res 54 First 
Bxaerman Frederick, bookkeeper with F. 

Mandlebaum, res 819 Filbert 
Bnero Giralomo, (N. Giamboni & Co.) 
Buero Eaigi, (Ravenna, Ghii-ardelli & 

Co.) res 926 Pacific 
Buffandeaii Emile, wholesale butcher, oflice 

606 Montgomery, res 1229 Turk 
Buffington John M., mining secretary and 

School Director, 37 Merchants' 

Exchange, res 137 Silver 
William H., clerk with Albert Dib- 

blee, res 137 Silver 
Bufi"ord Henry L., with San Francisco Laun- 

di-y, res 925 Capp 
BufTord Samuel F., (San Francisco 

Laundry Association) res NE cor 

Bush and Stockton 



Buffiim A. C, physician and surgeon, 
office and res 654 Mission 

John W., mining, res 415 Stevenson 

Bugbee B. N., conductor, U. S. Mint 

Bngbee Charles li., (S. C. Bugbee & 
Sons) res Oakland 

G. E., sampler Custom House, res 

Oakland 

Bngbee Johu S., (Swan Brewery) res 
Hawthorne 

Bugbee Samuel C, (S. C. Bugbee & 
Sons) res 641 Harrison 

Bugbee S. C. & Sous, (S. C, C. L. 
and Sumner W. Bugbee) archi- 
tects, room 27, 402 Montgomery 

Bugbee Sumner W., (S. C. Bugbee & 
Sons) res Oakland 

Buger Thomas G., machinist with Risdon i 
Iron Works, res 15 Russ j 

Biagg R. S., purser with P. M. S. S. Co | 

Bugholz August, blacksmith, res Cont. Hotel ' 

Bugnicoiu-t Joseph, butcher Occidental Hotel 

Buhl JuUus, Scan Soc, 71 New Montgomery 

Biahler August, druggist with B. Lefevre, 
res 908 Pacific 

Biihler Jacob M. Rev., pastor St. Paul's 
Lutheran Church, res 953 Mis- 
sion 

Bublert A: McBride, (Julius Buhlert 
and H. E. McBride) law and ] 
collection oflice, 607 Clay | 

Buhlert Albert, supt Odd Fellows' Cemetary, j 
res N s Point Lobos road 

Bublert Julius, (Buhlert & McBride) 
and secy Grocers' Protective Soc, 
res 26 Mary 

Buhlinger Joseph, laborer with Kohler <fe | 
Frohhng, res 208 Seventh { 

Buhlmeier Augustus, marblecutter, res Col- ] 
umbia Hotel j 

Buhn Christian H., maltster with Tilgner's 
malt house | 

Buhr Benjamin F., clerk with Drake & Em- 
erson, res 220 Stevenson 

Buhrmeister John, laborer -with E. T. An- 
thony <fe Co., res 551 Howard 

Buicelli Orazio, market gardener, 63 Col- 
ombo Market 

Buislay Etinue, gymnast, res 2 First av 

Buist Annie Mrs., res 1016 Market 

William, porter with L. Dinkelspiel 

& Co., res 734% Howard 

Buitano Angelo, gardener, Visitacion valley 

Bujanofl" it Bahmann (Reinhold Bujanoflf 
and Adolph Bahmann) manuf 
diamond jewelry, 125 Sansome 

Reinhold, (Bujanofi' k Bahmann) 

125 Sansome cor Pine 

Bukalow Martha, widow, res 735 Green 

Buke John, painter, res E s Laguna bet Pine 
and Bush 

Buker Levi K., clerk with C. H. Parker, res 
1318 Jackson 

Bulard Deborah B., widow, res E s Webster 
bet Ellis and O'Farrell 



COMMERCUL INSURIIIICE CO, of CftLIFORNU. 



Office, 228 California St. 



SHIRTS CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, 

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Bulfincli Charles F., clerk with J. Friedlan- 

der, res 235 O'Farrell 
Henry, clerk with DoUiver & Bro., 

re's 428 Oak 
Bulger Edward, morocco-finisher with Bloch 

& Davidson, res Harrison nr 7th 
John, boilermaker vnth. Union Iron 

Works, res 200 Clementina 
John, plasterer with S. Kellett, res 

335 Shipley 

Martin, machinist, res 31 Euss 

Patrick, expressman, res Boyd nr 

Chesley 
• Eaphael E., compositor Chronicle, 

res 10 Harlan pi 
Vincent, compositor with Kane & 

Cook, res 10 Harlan jjl 

see Bolger 

Bnlkeley L. E., atty-at-law, 603 Washington, 

res Lick House 
Bulkley Ichabod, clerk with C. A. Hooper 

& Co., res NE cor Fourth and 

Channel 

S. E., teamster, res 319 Jessie 

Bull AlpheiTS, vice-president Fireman's 

Fund Insurance Co., 401 Califor- 
nia, res NE cor Francisco and 

Leavenworth 
Bull James, merchant tailor, 109 Third 

William, laborer, Pacific EoUing Mills 

BuUancl Beuoit, (Boutinon & B.) 

res 530 Merchant 
Billiard & Zeiss, (J. H. BuUard and Louis 

Zeiss) produce com, 114 Clay 
BuUard James A., delivery clerk with J. W. 

Davidson & Co., res 2104 Hyde 
James H., (BuUard & Zeiss) res 2104 

Hyde 
Lincoln J., bookkeeper with H. H. 

Noble & Co., res cor Sacramento 

and Webb 
WiUiam, drayman -ndth S. Jacob, res 

1303 Broadway 
William P., bookkeeper with. Bray 

Brothers, res 2104 Hyde 
BuUen Hemy M., shipwi-ight, res 520Folsom 

Tupper, millwright, res 18% Eidley 

BuUers Jaspar, seaman stmr Pelican 
Bulletti C, widow, res 1714 Dupont 
Bullion Mining Co., (Storey Co., Nev.) Jas. 

S. Kennedy, sec, 43 Merchants' 

Exchange 
BuUivantH. E., bookkeeper, 115-117 Hayes 
Bullock & Jones, (F. D. Bullock and J. L. 

Jones) gent's furnishing goods, 

421 Montgomery 
F. D., (Bullock & Jones) res 423 

Sutter 
John C, sheetiron worker with G. 

H. Tay & Co., res Oakland 
L. L., agent Johnston's Improved 

Still Co. ,65 Merchants' Exchange, 

res 825 Greenwich 
William H., laborer \^dth E. Detrick 

& Co., res 320 Taylor 



BuUock William K., boxmaker Union Box 
Factory, res 101 Steuart 

Bull's Head Livery and Sale Stable, J. 
Coyne, proptr, N s Fourteenth 
bet Minna and Mission 

Bulwinkel H., with Wahmuth & Co., res 
512 Grove 

John F., grocery, NW cor Louisa 

and Hayward 

Bulmore Eobert E., jDorter mth David Por- 
ter, res 2204 Pine 

Bulson, John, engineer steam-tug Eabboni, 
res 647 Howard 

Bulsted L., laborer, res 257 Clementina 

Bumhope A., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Bumm George W., liquor saloon, 615 Mer- 
chant, res 621 Larkin 

Bumpus Pelig, miner, res 810 Vallejo 

Bumsted Edward, barkeeper with G. W. 
Bumm, res 29 Hawthorne 

Bumstein Philip, painter, res 907 Bryant 

Bunan Thomas, blacksmith, res 22 Eousch 

Bunce William, bookkeeper with Hobbs, 
Pomeroy & Co., res 1329 Sac 

Bunch W., carpenter Palace Hotel 

Buneken Louis C, clerk with Hamilton & 
Sonnichsen, res 7 O'Farrell 

Bundison James, waiter Grand Hotel 

Bundiscliu Charles, (James Smith & 
Co.) res 125 Chestnut 

Bundy Joseph, bootblack, res 809 Pacific 

John H., messenger, U. S. Mint 

M., widoM', res E sUtah nr Sixteenth 

Buneman Henry, wholesale Uquors, 315- 
317 Clay, res 123 Haight 

Bungard Joseph, varnisher with Pacific U. 
W. Furn. Manfg. Co., and fruits, 
121 Sixth 

Bunger Christian, clerk with P. W. Wobber, 
res SB cor Union and Kearny 

Bunglet C. Mrs., Hayes Park Laundry 
525-529 Hayes 

Bungus Patrick, iron-moulder, res 34 Minna 

Bunker C, pork-packer, res .1235 Pacific 

Charles D., clerk with H. S. Bunker, 

res Mission opp Twelfth 

Frederick H., butcher with E. F. 

Bunker, res NE cor Broadway 
and Leavenworth 

Frederick E., bookkeeper Palace Ho- 
tel, and mining sec, 606 Mont- 
gomery, res 1313 Stockton 

George F., foreman Globe Iron 

Works, res 13 DeBoom 

George H., piledriver, res 559 Bryant 

Henry C, jr., clerk with Fassett, 

McCauley & Co., res 2052 
Mission 

H. C, master mariner, res Mission 

opp Twelfth 

Banker H. H., ship and Custom House 
broker, 508 Battery, res Mission 
opp Twelfth 

J., driver with 0. E. E. Co 

James, res 127 Jackson 



E. P. FELLOWS & C0./"™'--'°«"''«'STS'G'-ASSWAR4 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 Montgomery Street, 



HAS BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 



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Buuker L. C, clerk, res 7 OTarrell 
Paul, foreman Oriental Bonded 

Warehouse, res California bet 

Webster and Buchanan 
Kobert F., pork-butcher, 74-75 Cali- 
fornia Market, res 1610 Leaven- 
worth 
Ten Eyck, clerk \nth ticket auditor 

C. P. E. K. Co., res 327 Geaiy 
William M., local editor Bulletin, res 

42 Tehama 
William W., carrier S. F. P. O., res 

1521 Leavenworth 
Bunn Frank, laborer, res S s Shasta nr 

Michigan 

Fred, gilder, res 111 Geary 

Bunnell D. D., tinsmith -svith Brittan, Hol- 

brook & Co., res 321 Hyde 
Edwin F., dentist 319 Kearny, res 

Fruit Yale 
Fred, cashier with Buyer, Eeich <t 

Co., res cor Pierce and Ellis 
James S., bookkeeper with Wells, 

Fargo & Co., res 1616 California 
Thomas, blacksmith with C. Oester, 

res 22 Eousch 
Bunner Stephen, policeman, res W s Web- 
ster bet Ellis and Eddy 
Bunting Josei^h, deputy street supt, res 458 

Clementina 
Buuton Anna Mrs., mu'se, res 974 Folsom 

Anna Miss, res 974 Folsom 

Maggie, chamberm'd Brooklj-n Hotel 

Eichard, barkeeper, res 75 Minna 

Bunyan, Thomas, laborer viith Pacific Glass 

Works, res cor Mariposa and 

Minnesota 
Bunyon Dennis, with C. P. E. E. Co., res 

240 Towijsend 
Buraduri ct Co., (Eaphael Buraduri and 

Benjamin Ginadini) milk ranch, 

W s Potrero av bet Twenty-first 

and Twentj'-second 
Buradm-i Eaphael, (Buraduri & Co.) res cor 

Potrero av and Twenty-first 
Burbank Albert E. fancy poultry, 43-44 Cal- 
ifornia Market, res Gait House 
Lester, shoemaker ■\^'ith Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res Oakland 
Samuel F., clerk with T. J. Bass & 

Co.,' res rnion House 
Burch & Griftith. (J. C. Bui-ch and A. 

H. Grifilth) attys-at-law. 330 Pine 
Burch John, solicitor, International Hotel 
Burch John C, (Burch & Griffith) res 

621 Leavenworth 
Biirchhardt John, clerk. Scan. Soc, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Burckes Henry W., carpenter, res 108 Turk 
Walter, with D'Alva Mosse res 108 

Turk 
Warren H., salesman with Pavot, 

Upham & Co., res 108 Turk 
Burckhardt Maximilian, editor and publisher 

Humorist, 523 Kearny 



Biu-chcan Niels, tailor, res 120G Howard 
Burdan Edward, pantryman, 213 Sutter 
Burdett Jared C, res 314 Post 

John, clerk, res 730 Minna 

Peter, butcher, res 730 Minna 

William, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Burdick E. F., bookkeeper with H. M. New- 
hall & Co., res 523 O'Farroll 

George E., clerk National Gold Bank 

and Trust Co., res 523 'Fan-ell 

E. M. & Co,, (E. M. BurcUck and G. 

W. McNear, importers of leaf to- 
bacco, 120 Clay 

Eussell M.. (E. M. Burdick & Co.) 

res 210 Ellis 

Susan, widow, res 3 Varennes 

William L., policeman, res 119Pen-y 

Burduu Frederick G., pictiire framer with 
Sanborn, Tail & Co., res 523% 
Minna 
Bure Heury, (M. Marsat <Sr Co.,) res 

707 Montgomery 

Burfeind John, boarding, cor North Point 

and Larkin 
Martin, wines and liquors, SW cor 

Francisco and Mason 
Biu-friend Hermann, farmer. Mission Ocean 

House road nr Almshouse 
Burg Emile, clerk, res 137 Pen-y 
Bxu'gan William, laborer, res Second av bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Biirgans Charles, gunsmith with N. Curry 

& Bro., res 34 Ellis 
Burgar Thomas, carpenter, res 139 Silver 
Burge Anna, Avidow, res 17 Freelon 
Biu-gell Patrick, grocer, res 1140 Mission 
Burgemeister A., stoves and tinware, 143 

Second 
Burger Benjamin, carriage trimmer 9 Pow- 
ell, res cor Clay and Mason 
Jacob, barber 523 Pacific, res 815 

Broadway 
Burges Tristam, Deputy County Clerk, res 

1235 Pine 
Biu-gess Alexander, bridge builder with Pa- 
cific Bridge Co., 606 Montgomerj' 
Charles, blacksmith \yith. Nelson & 

Doble, res 515 Pine 
Charles M., horsetrainer with James 

G. Foster, res N s Point Lobos 

road 

Charles A., res 721 California 

George, bricklayer, res 236 Sutter 

George, saloon 320 Montgomery, res 

708 Cahfornia 

George H., portrait and landscape , 

painter, room 2, 26 Montgomerj', | 
res 2420 Buchanan 

Henry, fish dealer, California Market, 

res S s Serpentine av ur Brj-ant 

Hubert, drawing teacher jiublic 

schools, res 2422 Buchanan 

Jas., laborer, res N s Main nr Folsom 

Burge»«s Oscar O., physician and sur- 
geon, 329 Geary 



R. J. TRUMBULL 



DEALER IN 



BULBS, SEEDS, TREES, etc., 427 SANSOME ST. 



EUREKA FOUNDRY, THOMPSON BROS., Proprietors. ^ __ 

■-" ' CASTINGS OF EVERY DEsTjRIPTION. 129 and 131 BEALE STREET. 


BUR 186 BUR 


Burgess T. J., compositor Morning Call, res 


Burke James, porter with Spring Valley 


"Waclsworth House 


Water W orks, res 20 Willow av 










ham 


Montgomery 


Burgharclt Jacob C, barkeeper with Murphy 




k Peters, res Brooklyn Hotel 


res 728 Howard 


Biu-gner G., speculator, res 230 Minna 


John, barkeeper with J. Giusti, res 


Biu-gon William, cook, res N s Faii-mount 


81 Stevenson 


Burgond Clement, porter with TV'olters & 


John, blacksmith, res 963 Folsom 


Fechheimer, res 9 Perry 


■ John, cook, res 604 Minna 


Burgoyne Thomas, cook, 1016 Market, res 


John, driver, N. B. and' M. K. R. 


362 Fourth 


Co., res 419^ Tehama 


Bvu-hans William, tailor, res 10 Stockton pi 


John, expressman, res 30 Langton 


William D., clerk with Brand & 


John, expressman, res rear 935 Mis- 


Evhiner, res 655 Mission 


sion 


Bnrkardt Max, importer and dealer in 


John, gardener, res 29% Folsom av 


chi-omos.engi-aYings, lithogi-aphs. 


John, hackdriver, res 630 Mission 


etc., 545-547 Washington, res 929 


John, laborer, res Lombard m- San- 


Pacific 


some 


Burke Alfred I., collector, ilission-st wharf. 


John, laborer. Lick House 


res 1515 Post 


John, laborer, S. F. Boiler Works, 






and Jones 


John, laborer, res 2 Berthold 


Charles, salesman, res 4 Geary pi 


■ — John, polisher, res 1627 Mission 




John, porter with Eeynolds & Ford, 

res S s Twentieth bet Chui-ch and 


Daniel, teamster, res 1165 Howard 


Da-^ad H., cabinetmaker, 312 Sixth 


Dolores 


Edmund W., clerk with White k 


John, salesman with J. J. O'Brien, 


Bauer, res NE cor Filbert and 


res 1006 ilinna 


Jones 


— John, tanner with J. Lvons, res 520 


Edward, music printer with M. Gray, 


Mission 


res cor Clay and Jones 


J., iipholstex-er with Charles M. Plum 


Emilv, widow, res 516 Sutter 


& Co., res 2 Vincent pi 










res 722 Tiu-k 
Francis G., agent Capitol Woolen 




Assn., 234 Slitter 


Mills of Sacramento, 523 Market, 






res Oakland 


ers, res 228 Clementina 


Fi-ancis H., asphaltum roofer, 316 


John H., policeman, res 1 Martin's 


Montgomery, res 714 Leaven- 


bik. Market, bet Seventh and 


worth 


Eighth 


Fred., butcher, res 456 Clementina 

Gan-ett, carpenter, res W s York, bet 




J. C, bookkeeper, Pacific Odd Fel- 


Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 


low office, res 1025 Washington 


G., wiper, S. P. E. K. Co 


L. Miss, teacher, Union Primary 


James, res 228 Clementina 


School, res cor Filbert and Jones 


James, apprentice with Empire Foun- 


L. Mrs., teacher. South Cosmopoli- 


dry, res 28 Minna 


tan Grammar School, res 1213 


James, butcher with Harvey & Co., 


Clay 


res 156 Clementina 


Louis, moulder with Steiger & Bo- 


James, carpenter. Woodward's Gar- 


land, res Union bet Dupont and 


dens, res W s Cherubusco m- 


Kearny 


Com-tland, B. H 


Maggie Mi-s., housekeeper American 


James, farmer, N s Ocean House 


Exchange Hotel 


road m- eountv line 


Margaret, widow, res 4 Hunt 


James, heater. Pacific KoUing ilills, 


Martin, groceries and liquors, 235 


res N s Sierra m- Michigan 


Jessie 


James, laborer, res 446 Brannan 


Martin, laborer, 2 Vincent 


James, laborer, res 406 Capp 


Burke ITIartin J.. (Madison <fe B. and 


James, laborer, U. S. Engineer De- 


Madison, B. <fe Co.) res 714 Lea- 


partment, Alcatraz 


venworth 


James, machimst with Birch, Ai-gall 


Mai-v. widow, res 112 Silver 


& Co., res 163 Folsom 


Matthew, laborer, res Union bet 


James, plasterer, res 718 Clementina 


Gough and Octavia 



CD WAN CPUAAPI^ 9 rn MERCHANDISE BROKERS and COMMISSION 
. r . Wttll ObrlMMUlV 0(UU., Merchants, 706, 708,710, 712, 714, 716 Kearny St. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealer in all kinds of REAL ESTATE— MONEY LOANED. 



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Burke Michael, baker, res 61% Shipley 

— Michael, day policeman, Alms House 

Michael, (Gordon & Burke) res 150 

Clara 
Michael, groceries and liquors, ISHV 

cor Scott and Ellis 

Michael, laborer, res 596 Sixth 

Michael, laborer, res 109 Jessie 

Michael, milkman, res W s Missouri 

bet Sierra and Napa 

Nancy Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 211 

■ Fourth 
Nicholas, bagmaker with Neville & 

Co., res 1417 Powell 

Nicholas J., baker, res 1217 Powell 

Patrick, laborer, res rear 1028 Pacific 

Patrick, laborer, S s Twenty-sixth 

bet Mission and Capp 
Patrick, milker with J. Callan, res 

N s Twenty-ninth nr Mission 
Patrick, tanner, res SW cor Twenty- 
sixth and Capp 

Patrick, teamster. Golden Gate Park 

Richard, laborer with Haskell & 

Bode, res 788 Fourth 
S. J., porter -nith J. P. Newmark & 

Co., res 128 Clementina 
Stephen, collector, res 228 Clemen- 
tina 

— Thomas, boilermaker, res 18 Freelon 

Thomas, laborer, res Passaic Hotel 

Thomas, laborer, res E s Taylor m- 

Chestnut 
Thomas, painter, res SW cor 'Fell 

and Fillmore 

Thomas, porter, res 562 Linden 

Thomas, sawyer with Excelsior Mill 

Co., res 18 Freelon 

T., gasfitter Palace Hotel 

T., laborer P. M. S. S. Co 

Burke Thomas H., atty-at-law, 411% 

California, res Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 

Victor J., clerk, res 522 Howard 

W. A., musical instrument maker, 

523 Pine 
W. A., jr., painter, res SW cor Jones 

and Clay 
Walter, music printer with'M. Gray, 

res cor Clay and Jones 

WiUiam, laborer, res rear 109 Jessie 

William, laborer, S. F. Gaslight Co., 

res Potrero Point 
William, laborer, res W s Michigan 

nr Sien-a 
William, moulder "ftith Steiger & Bo- 
land, res Union bet Dupont and 

Kearny 

William, policeman, res 122 Shipley 

William G., mail clerk Bulletin, ree 

NE cor Filbert and Jones 
Burke William F., importer, mnfr and 

retail dealer in boots and shoes, 

113 Sutter, res 1213 Clay 
Wm. J., policeman, res 517 Vallejo 



Burke W. L., saloon, 136 Natoma 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

, paper-hanger, res 509 Bush 

Burkhard Mrs., res SW cor Sixteenth and 
Rondel pi 

Burkhardt Elizabeth Mrs., bakery, 1218 
Pacific 

Burkhardt George, mnfr boots and 
shoes, 540 Washington, res 412 
Sixth 

Jacob, barkeeper \\-ith Hentz &: Reid, 

res 336 Bush 

John George, teamster with C. Dryer, 

res New Atlantic Hotel 

Burks Charles I., carpenter, 418 Montgom- 
ery, res 909 Bryant 

Burleman A. C., engineer tug Rescue 

Biuley Robertson, shipm-ight, res 12 Pen-y 

William, longshoreman, res NW cor 

Lily and Franklin 

Burling AlSro., (James W. and Wil- 
liam Biirling) stockbrokers, 323 
California 

Benjamin L., with Biu-ling & Brc, 

res 299 Hyde 

Burliug Jame!$ W., (Burling & Bro.) 
res 1218 Folsom 

John, machinist with C. H. Leavitt, 

res 4 William 

Richard S., clerk C. P. R. R. Co.'s 

freight depot, res Stanford House 

Burling William, (Burling & Bro.) 
and president S. F. Stock and 
Exchange Board, res 299 Hyde 

Burliugame J. D., (Smith & B.) res 
Auburn, Placer Co 

Bm-lock Frank, salesman with G. Abraham, 
res 4 Hyde 

Bm-master Charles, engineer, res 2309 Folsom 

Burmeister ^ Mehrtens, (A. Burmeister and 
A. Mehrtens) gi-oceries, N^V cor 
Leavenworth and California 

Burmeister Ah-ich, (Biu-meister & Mehr- 
tens) res 1300 CaUfornia 

Emilie, widow, res 1115 Jackson 



Francis H., shipwright, res 529 Val- 
encia 
; Henry, cai-penter, res S s Borland nr 

Dolores 
Henr\-, carrier S. P. P. 0., res 505 

Filbert 

Henry, clerk, res 531 Greenwich 

■ Henrv, laborer, S. F. Laundry 

Henry W., clerk with H. H. Haight, 

res S side Borland bet Dolores 

and Guen-ero 

H., mate schrLoleta, res 528 Kearny 

Otto, cabinetmaker with John Eas- 

ton, res 1115 Jackson 
P. H., -with Dr. Fi-ed Zeile, res 531 

Greenwich 
Bui-nap John, produce merchant, hardware 

and groceries, 425 Davis, res 420 

Leavenworth 



NORCROSS & CO., ^°'"'^' ''*''-^' ^""'?S?, 



SEALS. BALLOT BOXES, ETC. 



BETHESDA WATER a sure Cure for INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA. 

DUNBAR & HENDRY General Agents Pacific Coast 107 Stocl(ton St. 



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Burne Francis, res 114 Prospect pi 

Phillip B., carpenter, res 846 Mission 



Burnel Jules, tinsmith G. H. Tay & Co, 

37 Hinckley 
Burnell Millard P., business agent vnth. 

Pierce & Son, res 411 Brannan 

S. S., carpenter, res 128 Turk 

William, laborer, res W s Church nr 

Twenty-fifth 
Wm. A., expressman, res 25>^ Welsh 



Bnrner Henry, (Shull &B.) res Alaska 
nr Mission 

Burner John J., Bricklayers' Prot and Ben 
Assn, 234 Sutter 

Burnes Daniel, painter, res 916 Polsom 

Peter, hostler, Market-st E. E. Co., 

res N s Quint bet Valencia and 
Guerrero 

William, steward Hose Co. No. 2 

S. F. Fire Dept, res hose house 

Burnett Alexander S., General, res 1010 Bush 

Alexander S., jr., bookkeeper, Lon- 
don and San Francisco Bank, res 
613 Valencia 

Amelia Miss, shoefitter with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res 652 Stevenson 

D. J,, sec Pacific Commercial Co., 

res 1411 Bush 

Burnett O. G., chemist and apothecary, 
327 Montgomery, res 2506 Sacra- 
mento 

Hiram, conductor, Clay-st E. E. Co., 



res 1432 Jackson 
James, engineer, res Mission bet 

Twenty-f oiTrth and Twenty-fifth 
John, messenger, U. S. Q. M. Dept., 

res San Bruno road. South S. F. 
John M., atty-at-law, 623 Montgom- 
ery, res 1901 Polk 
Joseph, driver, Portrero and Bay 

View E. E. Co., res 156 Shipley 
John P., actor, California Theater, 

res 428 Post 

J. W., bartender, res 54 Everett 

Kate Mrs., hairdressing, 410 Third, 

res 432 Shipley 

M., res 37 Hinckley 

Nettie C, dressmaker, 234% Sixth 

Peter H., president Pacific Bank, 

office 201 Sansome, res 610 Jones 

Thomas, laborer, res 1140 Mission 

Wellington C, city and county atty, 

office 13 City Hall, res 600 Sutter 

William, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

, porter. Occidental Hotel, res rear 

334 Third 
Bul-nham E., baker, Euss House 
Gilman M., salesman with G. A. 

Meigs, res 503 Folsom 
■ James G., clerk with S. Farjeon & 

Co., res 1413 Sacramento 
Burnham James W. «fe Co., (J. W. 

Burnham, L. Eckley and H. Eck- 

ley) carpets and oilcloths, 618 

Market and 15-17 Post 



Burnbam James W., (J. W. Burn- 
ham & Co.) res W s Dolores bet 
Twenty-second and Twenty-third 

Samuel S., carriagemaker -wdth M. P. 

Holmes, res 8 Howard crt 
W. F., upholster with Hardie & Fred- 
ericks, res 1013 Mission 

Z. W., salesman mth Sanderson & 

Horn, res Euss House 
Burns «fe Lice, (John Burns and William 
Lee) propts Mechanics' House, 
NE cor Berry and Eitch 
Alexander, boilermaker, res 516 How- 
ard 

Alexander, seaman, res 119 Jackson 

Alfeed D., salesman, res 1621 Web- 
ster 

A., teamster, res 415 Hyde 

A. L., chief clerk Commissary Div of 

Pacific, res Oakland 

A. M., marine surveyor, office 314 

California, res Oakland 

Benjamin F., clerk U. S. Engineer's 

Dept, res Cosmopolitan Hotel 

■ Bernard, waiter Occidental Hotel, res 

9 Hunt 

Bernard, (Flynn & B.) res 9 Clinton 

Brian, cook, res 1 Lick 

B., cook, 210 Kearny, res Veranda 

Lodging-house 

B., laborer -with Market-st E. E. Co 

B. J., secy Stetefeldt Furnace Co., 

res 411% California 

• Catharine, viddow, res 11 Garden 

Charles, sailmaker, res 988 Seven- 
teenth 

Cornelius, laborer. Odd FeUows' 

Cemetery, res Parker av 

Daniel, carpenter, res Globe House 

Daniel, painter, res 916 Folsom 

Daniel, whipmaker with Keystone 

Whip Co., res 281 Stevenson 

D. P., real estate, res NE cor "Union 

av and Sullivan 
Edward, blockmaker, res 402 Broad- 
way 

Edward, horseshoer, 670 Mission, res 

675 Misson 

Edward, laborer, res N s Waller bet 

Devisadero and Broderick , 

Ellen, di-essmaker, res 12% Han-iet 

Francis J., engineer stmr Moses Tay- 
lor, res 12 Bryant av 

Frank A., stencilcutter with F. M. 

Truworthy, res 1621 Webster 

Gatty A., receiving clerk with G. H. 

Tay & Co., res 1621 Webster 

George O., night inspector. Custom 

House, res 12 Tehama 

H., wheelsman with stmr Amelia 

Henry, boots and shoes, 210 Third, 

res Oakland 

Henry, builder and contractor, res 

res 240 Green 
Henry, laborer with City E. E. Co 



PACIFIC SAW MANUFACTURING CUMPANY, ■? and is Fremont, near Market. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, REAL ESTATE AGENT, 



434 MONTGOMERY STREET' 



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Bums Henry J., Dep Sheriff, City Hall, res 

325 Seveuteenth 
Hugh, fireman vdth. S. V. Water 

Works, res Black Point 

Hugh, laborer, res 909 Geary 

Isadore, shipsmith, 20 Steuart, res 

The Windsor 
James, boilermaker, res 421 Clemen- 
tina 
James, longshoreman, res NW cor 

Calhoun and Union 
James, shoemaker ■with Orin Jones, 

res 17 Harrison 

James, res 613 Natoma 

Burns John, (Bm-ns & Lee) res Me- 
chanics' House 

John, barkeeper, res 530 Mission 

John, baker vrith. stmr Oriflamme 

John, boatbuilder vrith M. Vice, res 

9 Sherwood pi 
John, butcher -with Smith & Mann, 

res SE cor Eleventh av and M, 

South S. F. 

John, cook, res rear 1313 Sacramento 

John, di-ayman vrith Code, Elfelt & 

Co., res 785 Eddy 
John, engineer stmr Fideliter, res 

1567 Kearny 
John, gasfitter with C. H. Laswell, 

res 747 Mission 
John, laborer with F. D. Coni-oy tt 

Son, res 213 Broadway 

John, nurse, St. Mary's Hospital 

John, plumber, res 11 Garden 

John, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

John, stableman with Clav-st HiU 

E. K. Co., res 1228 Pacific 

John, teamster, res 785 Eddy 

John, teamster, res Eighth av bet L 

and M, South S. F. 

John, fireman, res 129 Folsom 

John, res Fouiieenth bet Market and 

Guerrero 

John, res 115 Second 

John, jr., stableman with Clay-st 

Hill E. E. Co 

John E., cai-jjenter Palace Hotel 

John G., quartermaster with P. M. 

S. S. Co 
John H., policeman, res 224 Mont- 
gomery 
J., cai-penter, ^tna Iron Works, res 

247 Stevenson 

.J. C, carpenter, res 184 Jessie 

J. H., carjjenter Palace Hotel 

John M., comi^ositor \s-ith "SMieeler & 

Co., res 320 Tenth 

John E., teamster, res 2617 Folsom 

Joseph, coui^edi-iver, res E s Boiarbon 

bet Eddy and Ellis 
Joseph A., carpenter, res S s Fif- 
teenth nr Eailroad av 

Martin, laborer Palace Hotel 

Maurice, shoemaker with S. W. Eo- 

senstock ct Co., res 21 Harrison av 



Burns Maiy, widow, res 912 Natoma 

Michael, (Booth & B.) res 135 Post 

Michael, laborer, Potrero cut 

Michael, licjuor saloon, 219 Sixth 

Michael, machinist, res 179 Minna 

Michael, porter Grand Hotel, res 38 

Tehama 
Michael T., with Pacific Wire Manu- 
factory, res 3 King 

M., bricklayer Palace Hotel 

MjTa Mrs., midwife, res 308 Minna 

Owen, expressman, res 26 Stone 

Owen, laborer 328 Gearj-, res 615 

Grove 

Patrick, blacksmith, res Fifteenth av 

bet Q and E, South S. F 

Patrick, fireman stmr Los Angeles 

Patrick, gi-oceries, SE cor Oak and 

Laguna 

Patrick, laborer, res 1453 Minna 

Patrick, laborer, res SW cor Cahfor- 

nia av and Park 

Patrick, laborer, res S s Fourteenth 

nr Guerrero 

Patrick, miner, res Empire Hotel 

Patrick D., first steward Grand Ho- 

■ tel, res 318 Tenth 
Burns Patrick H.. horseshoeing 670 
Mission, res 675 Mission 

Peter, cartman, res 11 Haggin 

Peter, hostler, Market-st E. E. Co., 

res 529 Valencia 

Peter, longshoreman, res Green nr 

Battery 

Peter, soapmaker, res W s Alabama 

bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third 

Peter, teamster with Wm. Kerr, res 

903 Battery 

Peter, veterinary sui-geon S. F. Fire 

Depai-tment, res 442 Hayes 

Eichard, stevedore with A. C. Freese 

Eobert, lumberman, res Courtland 

nr Islais Creek 

Eobert, seaman, res 45 Sacramento 

Eose, dressmaker, res 56 Natoma 

Thomas, carter, res 1031 Pacific 

Thomas, draj-man, SE cor Washing- 
ton and Front, res 11^ Garden 

Thomas, di-iver, S\itter-st E. E. Co 

Thomas, expressman, res 211 Franklin 

Thomas, laborer. Bay Sugar Eefinery 

Thomas, laborer, res 17 Crooks 

Thomas, miner, res Union House 

Thos. H.. machinist, res 430 Shotwell 

Thomas. W. (KeUy & B.) res 403 Ste- 
venson 

Timothy, waiter Lick House 

William, teamster \N-ith William Kerr 

William U., clerk with William Friel, 

res 1621 Webster 
Burns W. W., Major U. S. A., Chief 
Commissary Subsistence Military 
Division Pacific, office 105 Stock- 
ton, res Grand Hotel 



COMMEHCIAL mSURANCE CO, of CALIFORNIA, 



Office, 228 California St. 



SHIRTS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, 

BEAMISH'S, Nucleus Building, cor. THIRD and MARKET Sts. 



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Burns Mrs., laundi-ess, res 17 Hai-rison av 

— , farmer, res 707 Howard 

■ — , teamster -with Black Diamond 

Coal Co., res cor Beale and 
Mission 

see BjTnes 

Bm-nside Charles, res 37 Hinckley 

Bm-r & Fink, (B. J. Bui-r and James L. Fink) 
merchant tailors and importers of 
furnishing goods, 3 Montgomery- 
Burr Alfred, engineer with W. P. Harrison, 
res 26 Eousch 

A., conductor -R-ith San Jose E. E. 

Co., res 130 Taylor 

Benjamin J., (Bm-r & Fink) res 3 

Montgomery 

Burr C. C. «fc Co., (C. C. Burr and 
Mary Hudson) manufacturers of 
mustard, spices, etc., factory foot 
of Stockton, office SE cor Front 
and Pine 

Burr Clarence C, (C. C. Bui-r & Co.) 
res NE cor Filbert and Van Ness av 

C. A. res 421 Foui-th 

Eli B., bookkeeper with Savings and 

Loan Society, res S s Twenty- 
first bet Folsom and Shotwell 

Burr E. Willard, president Savings and 
Loan Society, 619 Clay, res SE 
cor Van Ness av and Filbert 

George E., lamplighter, res 918 

Montgomery 

Henry P., master mariner, res 28 

Eousch 

James, porter with Lowry & "Wight- 
man, res 539 Howard 

John T., shoemaker, Bay nr Kearny 

Levi, Eureka saloon, S s Bay nr 

DuiDont 

Eichard, shipjoiner, res 270 First 

Burrell Charles, physician, office and res 
1322 Mission 

Edward, weigher, coiner's dept U. S. 

Mint, res 1107 Post 

Edward H., Inspector, Custom House, 

res 1322 Mission 

George C, shoecutter with Einstein 

Bros & Co., res 152 Silver 

James S. surgeon with P.M. S. S. 

Co 

John, master sehr John & Samuel, 

res 110 Berry 

Thomas, carpenter, res 785 Mission 

BuiTiladi Camillo, carpenter, res 13 Jasper pi 

Burrington Albert C, conductor with Sutter- 
st E. E., res 118 Austin 

Bun-is Butler, bookkeeper with Landers & 
Co., res 418 Brannan 

Charles A., laundi-jonan, res S s Sev- 
enteenth nr Dolores 

James M., cook with stmr Constitu- 
tion, res 30 Frelon 

Eichard, laundryman, res S s Sev- 
enteenth nr Dolores 

W., res 16 Freelon 



BuiTOUghs William, crockery packer, res 

628% Jessie 
BuiTows Delia, domestic, 417 Montgomery 

■ George Eev., res 906 Market 

John, seaman with stmr Salinas 

Louis, moulder with Eeese Llewellyn 

E. D., livery stable, 412 Driimm 

Thomas, carpenter, res U. S. Hotel, 



Bui'scough Henry, res 457 Bryant 

Burson James N., foreman with Bromley & 
Co., res 510 O'Farrell 

Burt & Ham, (James Bm-t and James H. 
Ham) paper hangings and paper 
hangers, 212 Sansome 

Burt Charles, blacksmith, Eisdon Iron 
Works, res 62 Natoma 

Charles E., printer, res 62 Natoma 

Fred. L., can-iagemaker with Kim- 
ball Manuf. Co , res 822 Folsom 

James, (Burt & Ham) 212 Sansome 

Burt J. Ous., general merchandise bro- 
ker, office 405 Front, res 802 
Jones 

M. E. Mrs., mnfr ladies' and chil- 
dren's clothing, res 1246 Mission 

Samuel, printer, res 417 Montgomery 

Silas S., annealer, coiner's depart- 
ment U. S. Mint, res 221 Powell 

W. J., housemover, res 1128 Mission 

see Bert 

BurtchieU John, carpenter with C. WiUiams, 
res San Eafael 

Burton Augustus A., clerk with Lewis Bros., 
res 8 Tyler 

Charles, mariner, res 127 Jackson 

Charles H., merchant, office 405 

Front, res 1024 Washington 

Elizabeth, music teacher, res 14 La- 
fayette 

Hem-y F., butcher with G. Kaiser & 

Co., res 28 Mary 

James, carpenter, res 409 Pacific 

James, mariner, res 5 Jackson 

John, foreman pattern maker. Miners' 

Foundry, res 513 Howard 

Joseph, barkeeper with John Gray, 

res 707 Clementina 

S. Mrs., res 8 Tyler 

William, carpenter Palace Hotel 

William A., steward, stmr Los An- 



WilUam H., awningmaker, 159 New 

Montgomery 
Burtsell John M., stockbroker, office 106 

Leidesdorff, res 2621 Mission 
Bury A., shoemaker, res 4 Virginia pi 

Jacob, shoemaker, 4 Virginia pi 

Bury Jobn T., fruit and vegetables, 41- 

42 Washington Market, res 2 

Scotland 
T., messenger with WeUs, Fargo & 

Co 
Burwell Lewis, physician, res Wadsworth 

House, 225 Bush 
Busano Domenico, saloon, 28 Clay 



ED m I n\A/Q S. rf\ Sole Agents for FR1TZCHE,SCHIMMEL&C0.'S 
. r, rLLLUVVo (x UU., essential oils and flavoring EXTRCTS. 



BEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealer in all kinds of REAL ESTATE— MONEY LOANED. 



BUS 



191 



BUT 



Busby Frederick H., glovecutter with Cal 

Glove Co., res 13 Powell 
— Joseph, landscape gardener, res 67 

Clementina 
Biisch Adam, dishwasher, Bootz Hotel, res 

435 Pine 

Jacob, seaman, res 8 Jackson 

John, baker with Schroth & Wester- 

feld 
Emanuel, with J. P. Tenthory & Co., 

res 558 Mission 
Biischmann Herman, liquors, 423 Drumm 

John,gi-oceries and liquors, 269 Third 

Buscelle James E., bookkeeper ■with J. W. 

Shaeffer, res 549 Stevenson 
■ Buser Ernest, packer with E. G. Lyons & 

Co., res 506 Jackson 
Busevich Bias, barkeejier, 332 East 
Bush & Milne (David Bush and George 

Milne) importers of gas fixtures, 

plumbers, gas and steam fitters, 

29 New Montgomerj' 
Alonzo, driver. Wells, Fargo & Co., 

res 331 Montgomery 
Charles, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
Charles, trimmer -with Plath & Kitz- 

muUer, res W s Clay bet Powell 

and Stockton 

Charles J., carver with H. Granz, res 

Portrero av bet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fourth 

Charles p!, clerk, res 523 Post 

CM., civil engineer, res New Atlan- 
tic Hotel, Montgomery av 

C. W., painter, 741 Howard 

Da%-id, (Bush & Milne) res Sutter bet 

Scott and Devisadero 

Frank, seaman, res 48 Sacramento 

Frank, jr., seaman, res 48 Sacramento 

Frederick, clerk, res 1318 Hyde 

Frederick, teamster with S. F. Pack- 
ing and Provision Co., res 432 
Shipley 

George D., wines, res Hunter's pt 

H. F., clerk with Johnston & Veasey, 

res 1318 Hyde 

H. P., mining sec, 27 Merchants' 

Exchange, res 114 Mason 
John, boilermaker with Pacific Iron 

Works, res 1234 Yallejo 
John, laborer, res 1904 Mason 

Joseph, shoemaker with R. Pahl, res 

525 Post 

J. P., surgeon, P. M. S. S. Co 

Bush liouis. dentist, 8 Kearny, res 2108 
Howard 

Nathan, fm-niture, 749 Market, res 

454 Stevenson 

Norton, landscajie artist. Mercantile 

Library bid 

Peter, bakery, 1050 Howard 

Richard J., landscape and figure art- 
ist, room 117 Montgomery blk 

Bushart Martin, carpenter. Hunter's Point 



Bushman William, pattern maker, res 299 ' 

Clementina 
Bushnell F. N., engineer, S. P. R. R. Co j 

Waters A., printer, res 622 Post I 

W. E., captain stmr El Capitan I 

Busk A. Sherwill. clerk with D. M. . 

Bishop <fe Co., res Alameda ! 

Biisker Jans, seaman, res 123 Jackson 
Buss Albrecht, varnisher ^rith Pacific U. W. 

Fmniture Mnfg. Co., res 162 

Tehama ; 

Henry, cook. Continental Hotel 

Jacob, Uquors, 418 Fourth I 

Phihp, cook. Mint saloon, res 637 , 

Broadway 
Bussanich Antonio, waiter with Rocco Be- [ 

ban. res 1313 Kearny 
Bussen John, laborer, California Drj' Dock, . 

Hunter's Point | 

Bussenius & Bretteville, (C. Bussenius and 

V. Bretteville) employment office, 

655 Washington 
Christian, (Bussenius & Brette^^lle) ; 

res 244 Geary \ 

Bussey William C, locksmith with Andre i 

Camous, res International Hotel 
Bussinger Fred., brass moulder with G. H. 

Tay k Co., res 211 Ellis 
Bustamente Rosa, widow, res 528 Vallejo ' 
Busteed Thos., teamster, res E s Mission, bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth ' 
Buster Hemy, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
H. C, clerk with M. Butler, res 131 

Montgomery 
Buswell Alexander, laookbinder, 418-420 

Clay, res 1005 Union 
E. G., clerk with Redington, Hostet- 

ter <t Co., res Oakland 
William Frank, di-aughtsman, res 

503 Folsom __ 
W. F., bookbinder with A. Buswell, ^ 

res SW cor Union and Jones ^ 
Butcher Henry, driver with Lyons & Co P' 
James' L., butcher, res cor Seventh ^ 

av and N, South S. F S 

■ John H., butcher, res Sixth av nr M, 2. 

South S. F ; - 
John, sailor, res Twenty-firet av, I d? 

South S. F , -K 

Butendion J., res 619 Pacific ■ q 

Butenop Henry, groceries, 625 Pacific, | ,; 

res 606 Filbert | ^ 

Butenschon Joseph, waiter with Voss & ST 

FruhUng, res 615 Pacific l ^ 

Butler Alexander, carpenter, res Boyd iir ' ^ * 

Chesley ; ^ 

Alexander, cook, res 1010 Kearny , p 

Anna Mrs., res 20 Lafayette . ^ 

Artemus B., (G. Styles & Co.) res ^ 

411 Sutter A 

A., widow, res 114 Ridley i j/; 

Bros., (P. F. and W. J. Butler) e^ 

millinery and straw goods, 569 j 

Market ' 



R. J. TRUMBULL, 



DEALER IN 



BULBS, SEEDS, TREES, etc., 427 SANSOME ST. 



EUREKA FOUNDRY. THOMPSON BROS., Proprietors, 

CUncl\H ruuwun i , i »iwmi WW ,29 and 131 BEALE ST., bet. MISSION and HOWARD, 



BUT 



192 



BUT 



Butler Charles, jDorter witli G. D. Morse, 417 

Montgomery 

Charles A., retoucher with C. E. 

Watkins, res 20 Lafayette 

■ Charles C, real estate, res NE cor 

Slitter and Steiner 

Charles H., master stmr Empire, res 

137 South Park av 

Charles W., carpenter, res N s Six- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Dolores 

E., gasfitter Palace Hotel 

- Edward E., res 118 Eleventh 

— Elizabeth, widow, res 315 Filbert 

Frances, teacher Tehama-st School, 

res 556 Folsom 

Frederick S., clerk with London and 

S. F. Bank, res 118 Eleventh 

George E., bookkeeper with Union 

Insui-ance Co., res 1011 Clay 

George E., ticket clerk, C. P. E. E. 

Co., res 26% Kearny* 

Henry E., cook with Donovan & 

O'Donnell, res 277 Minna 

Henry M., lumber dealer, res 116 

Aiistin 

H. W., newspaper clerk P. 0., res 

1024 Montgomery 

• James, laborer, res 1465 Minna 

James, laborer with P. M. S. S. Co 

. • James, laundi-yman, res 202 Sixth 

James, (U. W. Boot and Shoe Co.) 

res 502 Stevenson 

John, barkeeper with C. Coates, res 

411 Minna 

John, longshoreman, res rear 410 

Folsom 

John B., Inspector Customs, res 721 

Howard 

John W., compositor, res W s Web- 
ster nr Haight 

Joseph, currier, res NW cor Bryant 

and Twenty-sixth 

Joseph J., clerk 110 Bush, res 10 

Wetmore pi 

■ • Joseph E., tanner, res NW cor Bry- 
ant and Twenty-sixth 

Julia, widow, res Fourteenth nr Fol- 
som 

J., carpenter with S. P. E. E. Co 

J. H., watchmaker, jeweler and en- 
graver, 650 Market, res 107 Post 

— Louis, porter with Drake & Emerson, 

res 617 Mission 

■ M. A. Mrs., millinery 28 Montgom- 
ery, res 818 Eddy 

Maggie J., lodgings, 217 Second 

■ Margaret, widow, res 521 Vallejo 

Martin, policeman, res cor Tenth 

and Bryant 

• Mary, widow, res 521 Vallejo 

Mary Mrs., dressmaker, res W s 

Webster nr Haight 

Mary H,, widow, res 819 Jackson 

Mathew, real estate broker, 236 Mont- 
gomery, res 805 Grove 



Butler Mathew, seaman, res 5 Jackson 
Michael, porter with Buckingham & 

Hecht, res rear 31 Lafayette 
P., laborer. Union Iron Works, res 

519 Mission 

P. F., (Butler Bros.) res 818 Eddy 

Patrick T., (Hogan & Co.) res 20 

Folsom av 
Eiehard, with P. F. Butler, res 222 

Post 
Eiehard, machinist, Miners' Foun- 
dry, res 27 Minna 

Eobert, painter, res 211 Second 

E. H., with Butler Bros., res 225 

Ellis 
S. E. Miss, teacher, res 839 Califor- 
nia 
Theodore A., res SE cor Pine and 

Fillmore 
Thomas, bricklayer, res N s Fulton 

nr Laguna 
Thomas, shoefitter with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res 5 Annie 
Thomas, laborer, res W s Tehama 

bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth 
Thomas E., salesman with A. Craw- 
ford & Co., res 146 Tehama 
Thomas J., (Adams & B.) res 822 

Folsom 
Thomas J., tanner, res N s Park av 

nr Alabama 
T. J., currier, res SE cor Columbia 

and Twenty-eighth 
Walter, teamster, res W s Webster 

bet Tyler and McAllister 
Warren C, wood engraver 535 Clay, 

res 10 Wetmore pi 
William, runner vnth. New Franklin 

House 
Wilham J., (Butler Bros.) res 631% 

Geary 
W. J. Mrs., millinery 125 Kearny, res 

132% Geary 
William L., Bricklayers' Prot., and 

Ben. Assn, 234 Sutter 

W. E., clerk, res 51 Stevenson 

, res 272 Minna 

Butt & Kuchmeister, (Peter N. Butt and 

Henry W. Kuchmeister) gi'ocer- 

ies 1101 Dupont and NE cor 

Broadway and Hyde 
Butt C. C, gi-oceries and liquors, SW 

cor Bush and Stockton, res 8 

Stockton pi 
Peter H., (Butt & Kuchmeister) res 

1236 Broadway 
Biitte Charles, prof natural sciences and 

mathematics University Mound 

College 
C.Mrs., dressmaker with B. Kowas- 

ky, res 703 Montgomery 
Buttelmann O. D., (Hulsman & B.) 

res NW cor Twenty-third and 

Mission 



C.P.VANSCHAACK&CO. 



MERCHANDISE BROKERS and COMMISSION 
, Merchants, 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 716 Kearny st. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 Montgomery Street, 



HAS BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 



BUT 



193 



BYR 



Butterby Joseph, seaman, res 119 Jackson 
Butterfield Charles, waiter. Cosmopolitan 
Hotel, res 12 Hunt 

George A., clerk with Pacific Straw 

Works, res 321 'Fan-ell 
Bntterfield William, auctioneer and 
commission merchant, 632-636 
Montgomerj-, res Fair Oaks 
Station, San Jose E. R. [see adv. 
page 18a.] 
Butterick's Patterns, H. A. Deming, agt, 

111-113 Post 
Butters H. A. Mrs., res 220 O'FaiTell 

John S., seaman, res 16% Rousch 

Lizzie ili"s., houpekeeper, Cosmopol- 
itan Hotel 

Butterworth James, tinsmith with G. & W. 
Snook, res 1139% Folsom 

John B., plumber with Sutherland & 

Gray, res NW cor Larkin and 
North Point 

Sarah, ^vith S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, res North Point nr 
Larkin 

Sarah Mrs., variety store, 1139% 

Folsom 

S. F., res 1820 Clay 

Thomas, -with John Brewster 

Buttle John, cai-penter, res W s Alabama nr 

Twenty-second 
Buttner Charles, asphaltum roofer, res SE 
cor Sixteenth and Valencia 

Hem-y, porter with Ledden, Whipple 

&Co 

Henry A., policeman, res E s Guer- 
rero nr Seventeenth! 

Jacob, caii-iagesmith vnth Kimball 

Manfg Co., res 147 Silver 

John, millman, Cahfornia Mills, res 

20 Welsh 
Button Charles G., photogi-aph printer with 
G. D. Morse, res 1910 Mason 

Justus A., confectioner, 14 Sixth 

Justus A., mattrassmaker with W. J- 

Heney & Co., res 14 Sixth 

Mrs., artist, res 670 Second 

William, painter, res St. Nicholas 

Hotel 
Butts Ed'ft-in G., res 409 Pacific 

Harvey D., special policeman Pier, 

13 Steuart 
Butz Fi-ed. E., clerk, res 38 Eddy 
Butzke William, upholsterer with Cal. Furn. 

Manfg Co., res 255 Stevenson 
Buxelle J. E., bookkeeper and salesman 
with J. W. Shaeflfer, res 559 Ste- 
venson 
Buxton & Co., (Frank Buxton) tea and 

groceries, 137 Fourth 
Buxton Elizabeth, widow, res 355 Jessie 
Baxton Frank, (Buxton & Co.) res 325 
Tehama 

George, machinist, res 847 Howard 

P.B., Mrs., propr Pearl House, 1028 

Market 



Buxtorf Christopher, cigars, 423 Sansome 
Buya N., coflfee saloon, 605 Davis 
Buyer Charles, (Buyer, Eeich & Co.) 

res 1028 Clay 
Buyer, Reich dc Co., (C. Buyer, L. 

Eeich and L. Diamant) importers 

of fancy goods and notions, 129 

Kearny 
BuzMe William, upholsterer with Charles M. 

Plum & Co., res 337 Bush 
Buzzie S., fresco painter, 655 Washington, 

room 22 [see adv. page 7b.] 
Bnzzini A Gianettoni, (Geo. Buzzini 

& Malachio Gianettoni) liquors, 

18 Sixth 
Bnzzini George, (Buzzini k Gianet- 
toni) res 20 Sixth 
Martin, groceries and Uquors, cor 

Thirty-second and Eailroad av. 

South S. F. 
Byers Henrj' K., tinsmith, res 349 Tehama 

John, machinist, res 417 Broadway 

John P., wharfinger Pacific-st wharf, 

res 1209 Montgomery 

E., carpenter Palace Hotel 

E. J., bookkeeper with F. Barnard & 

Co., res 1209 Montgomery 
Byring Ole H., repacker, office and res 224 

Jackson 
Byington Horace D., broker, res 826 Sutter 
Byles George, real estate broker, res 1104 

Powell 
Bynon Alfred A., compositor with J. H. 

Cai-many & Co., res Brooklyn 
Byram Ed., canier S. F. P. 0., res 810 

Greenwich 
Frederick, upholsterer with Cal. 

Furn. Manfg Co., res 810 Green- 
wich 
Byrne & McHugh, (Michael BjTue and 

Michael McHugh) wood and coal, 

418 Sixth 
Byrne Alonzo A., varnisher and gilder, res 

120% Tui-k 
Annie E., -nadow, res 114 Welsh 



Bridget, widow, res 119 Welsh 

CaUaghan, bookkeeper, res 932 Pine 

Charles, sailmaker, 7 Clay, res Sev- 
enteenth m- Dolores 

Daniel, cooper, res 19 Garden 

Dennis, waiter ^vith Wittmann & 

Pourcho, res 37 Everett 

Edward, laborer, res 413 Filbert 

Felix, carpenter, res 7 Park av 

F. M., printer, res International Hotel 

Byrne Garret J., (Kerby, BjTne & 
Co., res 2524 Bush 

Henry L., collector with Baca & Co., 

res 22 Oak 

H. A., res 402 Broadway 

James, laborer with S. F. Gaslight 

Co., resPotrero 

James, laborer, res 139 Minna 

James F., teamster with Locke & 

MoutagTie, res 5:^1 Grove 



NORCROSS k CO., "AMUFACTUBERS and rMPORTERS 



ESTABLISHED 1849. 



BETHESDA WATER, the acknowledged Cure for DIABETES. 

DUNBAR & HENDRY, General Agents Pacific Coast, 107 Stocl(ton S 



BYR 



194 



CAD 



Byrne James J., plumber with E. N. Fritz, 

res 19 Welsh 

■ John, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

John, cooper -with L. N. Handy & 

Co., res 1113 Pacific 

John, hodcarrier Palace Hotel 

John, porter with William F. Kamps, 

res NE cor California and Davis 

John, shipwright res 344 Eitch 

John E., clerk with Pascal, Dubedat 

& Co., res 533 Sutter 
John F., grainer with Hopps & Sons, 

res 401 Powell 
John M., capitalist, 533 Kearny, res 

537 Sutter 
Martin, teamster with Black Dia- 
mond Coal Co., res 129 Folsom 
Michael, (Landers, Byrne & Co.) 

res 923 Pacific 
Michael, (Byrne & McHugh) res 418 

Sixth 
Michael, expressman and extraman 

Hose Co., No. 1, S. F. Fire Dept, 

res 112 Jackson 

Michael, machinist, res 179 Minna 

Morris, cooper with F. W. Arnold, 

res 17 Kitch 

M., widow, res 932 Pine 

Mrs., res 247 Stevenson 

Patrick, cooper, res 17 Eitch 

■ Patrick, di'iver with G. Garneau, res 

418 Sixth 

Patrick, expressman, res 418% Grove 

Patrick, janitor Trinity Church, res 

401 PoweU 
Patrick, salesman with Kerby, Byi-ne 

& Co., res 405 Stevenson 
Byrne Patrick, wood and coal, 407 

Fourth 
Peter W., clerk District Atty's office, 

8 Montgomery av, res 318 Pine 

Eobert, laborer, res 15 Lafayette 

Stephen, morocco dresser with Bloch 

& Davidson, res Twenty-seventh 

nr Harrison 
Stephen L., shademaker with G. W. 

Clark, res 114 Welsh 
Thomas, merchandise broker, 321 

California, res 340 Seventeenth 

Thomas, cooper, res 17 Eitch 

Thomas, barkeeper. Empire Hotel 

Thomas, jr., cooper, res 17 Eitch 

William, longshoreman, res S s 

Greenwich nr Sansome 
William, miner, res SE cor Mission 

and Twenty-ninth 
William, stevedore with Menzies & 

Bingham 
William, Bricklayers' Prot. and Ben. 

Assn, 234 Sutter 
■ William J., janitor Irish- American 

Hall, res 251% Clementina 
Byrnes Daniel, cooper with Empire Brewery 

David, teamster, res 444% Natoma 

Edward, clerk, res 319 Sixth 



Byrnes Hattie Miss, res 342 Third 

John, farmer, res E s Harrison b( 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
■ John, engineer stmr Fideliter, re 

1567 Kearny 
John, steward with S. J. Ticheno; 

res cor Bush and Battery 

Mark, laborer, res 129 Folsom 

Mary Ann Mrs., groceries, NW c( 

Devisadero and O'Farrell 

Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 6 Pollard 

Eichard, with Wm. McCafi'erty, r( 

E s Mission bet Twentieth ai3 

Twenty-first 

Samuel, laborer with N. Ohlandt 

William, res Park Hotel 

William, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Byrnes William A., (Sanborn & B 

res 342 Third 
William H., woodcarver, res 3^ 

Third 
Byron John, brick contractor, res SE c 

Shotwell and Nineteenth 

Mary, widow, res 1469 Minna 

Byxbee John F., manufacturer re 

wood lumber and agent Eussij 

Eiver (Duncan's) Mills, NW 

California and Drumm, res 11! 

Ellis 
Byxbee Robert G., (H. B. Tichen 

& Co.) res 408 Eddy 
see Bixby 



Caar M. H., quartermaster, P. M. S. S. 
Cabagnero Luigi, boarding, 14 Union pi 
Cabin William, cook, res 13 Scott 
Cables Alfred H., bartender with Era: 
Garcia, res 913 Broadway 

Charles H., clerk, res 913 Broadw 

Mary A., widow, res 913 Broadway 



Cabot Elias E., cabinetmaker, res S s Twe 

tieth bet Treat av and Harriso; 
John, laundryman. La Grande Lai 

dry 
Cabral Casimir, tailor, res 8 Hinckley 
Cacciotto Louis, barber, 500 Pacific, res i 

cor Pacific and Montgomery 
Cachot M. A., physician and sui-gec 

office and res 34 Third 
Caddy John, bridgebuilder, res 1606 Leavf 

worth 
Cade Ellen, widow, res 713 Front 
Cadechi John, cigars and fruit, 204 Secoii 
Cadenasso Guisepj)i, (Cadenasso, Lavaj 

& Co.) res 515 Merchant 
Joseph, waiter Campi's restaur a 

res 1 August alley 
, Lavaggi & Co., (G. Cadenasso, B 

nard Lavaggi and Orazio Sa 

engo) restaui-ant, 515 Mercha: 
Cadigan Ellen, domestic, 710% Tehama 

James, laboror, res 1188 Harrisoi 

^; John, laborer, res St. Nicholas He 



PACIFIC SAW MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



I 17 and 19 Fremont, near Marl 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 Montgomery Street, 



HAS BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATF 



CAD 



195 



CAL 



Cadigan William, stevedore with George H. 

Whitney 
Cadiz Joseph G., accountant and translator, 

res 331 Kearny 
Cadman Harry, bookkeeper with Henry 

Keller, res SW cor Twenty-third 

and Bartlett 
Cadogam James J., bookkeeper with E. 

Chielovich & Co., res Oakland 
Cadogan Joseph, miller with Dohrmann & 

Co., res 15 Powell 
P., clerk letter dept Wells, Fargo & 

Co., res NE cor Pine and Powell 
Timothy, pipefitter, res 152 Dora 
Cadotte Joseph L., miller, res 64 First 
Cadoza Carlo, gardener, res 720 Greenwich 
Caduc Philip, (D. E. Root ife Co.) and prest 

Patent Brick Co., office 513 Mont- 
gomery, res 722 Sutter 
Cadwalader Henry, Mrs., res 929 Howard 
Cadwell A. J., compositor, 414 Clay, res 765 

Harrison 

F. H., clerk City and County Hospital 

Cady Edward, clerk U. S. Mint, res 115 Fifth 
-^ George B., photo printer with Edou- 

art & Cobb 
John, janitor Eighth-st Grammar 

School, res 36 Moss 

John D., hodcarrier, 345% Third 

Josephine, Mrs., music teacher, res 

612 Bush 
Michael, laborer, res Union bet 

Gough and Octavia 
William J., proptr Cremorne 

Oyster House, 640 Market, res 

Capp bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third 
Cafe du Commepce, Giraud & Martin, 

propts, 532 Pacific 
CaflfaU George, stevedore with Menzies & 

Bingham, res N s Moulton pi 
Caffeen J. B., bricklayer Palace Hotel 
Cafiferata Antonio, market gardener, 18-19 

Colombo Market, res Bay View 

tract 
Caflfrey Edward, storekeeper Occidental Hotel 

res S 9 Eighteenth nr Hartford 

Frank, waiter, Euss House 

Frank, hotel steward, Agricultural 

Fair Grounds 

James, Mrs., res 1610 Mission 

John, plumber with Thomas Day, 

res 6 Central pi 

Timothy, track cleaner, O. E. E. Co 

Caflisch Ursella Mrs., hair jewelry, res 23 

Ellis 
Caglieri George, sec Italian Mutual Ben. Soc. 

and bookkeeper with F, Daneri 

& Co., res 1312 Kearny 
Cagney Martin, drayman, res Middle bet 

Pine and California 
Theodore, plumber with M. O'Brien, 

res Fillmore nr Pine 
Timothy J., plumber with P. B. 

Schreiber, res 1 Middle 



Cady 



Cahalan John, bootmaker, W s Valencia 
bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

J., Mrs, variety store, W s Valencia 

bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

Cahalin John, salesman with Einstein Bros. 
& Co., res 271 Stevenson 

Caharn Thomas, shoemaker with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res 10 Haight 

Cahen Abraham, tanner, res 335 Hayes 

I. W., bookkeeper with Louis Cahen, 

res 811 Vallejo 

Cahen liOnis, manfr sj-rups, cordials and 
essences, and proptr of the 
'• Splendid, " 418 Sacramento, 
res 811 ViiUejo 

Cahill Daniel, messenger with McAllisters & 
Bergin, res 427 Shipley 

Denis, laborer, res rear 213 Tehama 

E. & Co., stockbrokers, 406 Mont- 

gomery 
Edward, (E. Cahill & Co.) res Union 

Club 
Edward J., surveyor, res Brooklyn 

Hotel 
J. H., cai-penter and extraman No. 2 

Hose, S. F. Fire Dept, res Ash 

av m- Polk 

J. J., painter, res 1208 Union 

James, groceries and liquors, 737 

Brannan 
James, driver, Omnibus E. E. Co., 

res 29 Louise 

James, laborer, res 227 Fulton 

James F., res 232 Turk 

John, assayer, res 1805 Stockton 

John, bootmaker with Buckingham 

& Hecht, res cor Valencia and 

Market 

John, mate brig Curlew, res 5 Jackson 

John, porter with Einstein Bros. & 

Co., res 212 Francisco 

John L., painter, res 2308 Larkin 

L., laborer. Pacific Eolling Mills 

Margaret, res 737 Brannan 

Michael, laborer, S. F. Boiler Works, 

res City Hotel 
Patrick, drayman with Murphy, 

Grant & Co., res 1305 California 

Patrick, laborer, res rear 213 Tehama 

Patrick, laborer, res Western Hotel 

Patrick, painter, res 12 Polk 

Patrick, waiter. Lick House 

Patrick H., wool grader, Eailroad 

Wool Depot, res 303 Folsom 

William, shipwright, res 416 Shipley 

— William, stonecutter with Larseneur 

& Sheerin, res 34 Harriet 
Cahlen John L., carpenter, res 363 Natoma 
Cahn Aaron, merchant, res 1204 Geary 

• Armand, cigar dealer, res 512 Third 

Catan David, (Lazard Freres) res SE cor 

Van Ness av and Sutter 

Elijah, merchant, res 1204 Geary 

Israel, (Weil, C. &Co.) res 1120 Post 

Jerome, hide dealer, res 512 Third 



COMMERCIAL INSUmiNCE CO, OF CALIFOONIi 



Office, 228 California St. 



BEAMISH'S, Nucleus Building, cor. Thira and Market Bts. ^, „ , . 

' SHIRTS, CLOTHING, Ready Made and to Ordgi 



CAL 



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Cabu liCopold, manager S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory and prest Pacific 

Jute Manuf. Co., office 115 Bat- 
tery, res 1200 Van Ness av 
Leopold, wines and liquors, 524 

Commercial, res 1417 Hyde 
Leon, with Leopold Cahn, res 1417 

Hyde 

Meyer, merchant, res 1204 Geary 

M. A., salesman with Marcus C. 

Hawley & Co., res 1204 Geary 
Calm Morris, (J. Herzog & Co.) res 311 

Sutter 

see Kahn 

Cahrs John Henry, carrier Post, res 1010 

Kearny 
Caille Joseph, cook Martin's restaurant, 623 

Commercial 
Cailsen Matthew, storekeeper Pacific Eolling 

MiUs 
Cain C. C. Mrs., res 510 Mason 
• Edward, pressman with Charles W. 

Gordon, res 230 Clara 
• Edward, police sergeant, res Golden 

Gate Park 

James, hackdriver, res 836 Market 

■ James, moulder, res 316 Beale 

John, bricklayer, res Western Hotel 

John, laborer, res SW cor Geary and 

Octavia 

Lizzie, chambermaid, Euss House 

Michael, laborer, res 9 Gaven 

Eufus K., bricklayer, res 213 Page 

Patrick, carpenter, res 411 Foiirth 

William, laborer. Pacific Barrel and 

Keg Co 

see Cane, Kain, Kane 

Caine Thomas W., carpenter with Atwood 

& Bodwell, res 425 Fourth 
Cainen — , widow, res 605 Broadway 
Caire Eugene, cook with F. Garcia 
Jules E., with James de Fremery & 

Co., res 522 Sutter 
Justinian, hardware and assayers' 

material, 530-532 Washington 

and 1028 Dupont, res Oakland 
Cairns John, accountant, res 706 California 

J., Inspector of Customs Saucelito 

John, foreman Golden City Chemical 

Works, NW cor Seventh and 

Townsend 

John T., machinist, res 209 Harrison 

Patrick, blacksmith. Pacific Eolling 

MUls 

Thomas J., painter with Noble & 

Gallagher, res 58 Everett 
Calahan Cornelius, stevedore. Lumbermen's 

Prot. Union, 71 New Montgomery 

Daniel, laborer, res 20 Anna 

John, leather finisher, res Globe 

House 

John, rigger Palace Hotel 

Calaveras Gold M. Co., T. B. Wingard sec, 

318 California 
Calaway John, ship-m-ight, res 17 Natoma 



Calaway William, shipwright, res 17 Natomj 
Calcan Patrick, cabinetmaker, res 19 Gardei 
Calder Frank, res 224 O'Farrell 
John, bookkeeper with Church 

Co., res 838 Mission 
Calderon Andreas, (P. Baca & Co.) ] 

Mountain View 
Calderwood David, carpenter, res 675 Mis 

sion 
Solomon, sawyer with Wells, Eussel 

& Co., res 210 Fair Oaks 
Caldwell Caspar, lather, res E s Gilbert n 

Brannan 

Charles, builder, res 719 California 

Charles, moulder, res 207 Second 

Charles, porter with freight agent C 

P. E. E. Co., res 1107 Clay 
E. I. Eev., res Dominican Monas 

tery, NW cor Bush and Steiner 

Ezekial, woodcutter, res 327 Filbei 

James, sailmaker, res 1227 Pacific 

J. J., second steward P. M. S. S. C 

John E., bookkeeper with W. E 

Litchfield, res 788 Harrison 
Joseph M., expressman, 510 Valencis 

res Borland bet Church and Sai 

chez 
M. E. Mrs., teacher Hayes Valle 

Grammar School, res Dorian 

bet Church and Sanchez 
Max H., machinist. Miners' Foui 

dry, res Beale nr Howard 

E. E., baggage master, S. P. E. E. C 

Eobert, di-ayman, SE cor Front an 

Pine, res 6% Juniper 
Theodore C, (Bogert & C.) res 51 

Montgomery 

W., carpenter Palace Hotel 

William, machinist, res E s Shotwe 

bet Twenty-third and Twent; ^ 

fourth 

Zacharias S., barber, res 1107 Clay 

Caledonia S. M. Co., (Gold Hill, Nev.) ] ^ 

Wegener sec, 414 California 
Caler E., printer with Cubery & Co., r< 

1906 Mission 
Isabella C, widow, res 1906 Missic 



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Calhoun Charles A., job printer, 540 Mark 
CaiTie L., with H. Schmieden. 

950 Bryant 

E. A. Mrs., res 935 Folsom 

F. G., bookkeeper with G. & 

Snook, res 118 Post 
Heni-y C, storekeeper U. S. In 

Eev., res 541 Stevenson 
— John, teamster with J. Lane, res N 

cor Tm-k and Fillmore 
Lucy Mrs., res Episcopal Chur( 

Home 

William, laborer, res 1111 Harris( 

W. A., carpenter Palace Hotel 

California Academy of Science 

SW cor California and Dupont 
California Acclimatizing Society, 630 Ho- 
ard 



k 



E. P. FELLOWS & CO., importers of wine and LIQUOR LABEL 



£0. W. CHAPIN, REAL ESTATE AGENT, 



434 MONTGOMERY STREET 



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197 



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California and Oregon Stage Co., 208 Mont- 
gomery 

'alifornia Assay Office, (J. A. Mars and 
Wm. Irelan, jr.) assayers and 
chemists, 47-48 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

alifornia Beet Sugar Co., C. I. 
Hutchinson, prest ; Thos. Flint, 
vice-prest ; Louis Franconi, sec, 
314 CaUfomia 

alifornia Bellows Mnfg Co., James Camp- 
bell supt, 32 Fremont 

alifornia Bible Society Depositoiy, 757 
Market 

alifornia Bleaching Soap Co., A. A. Peake 
and J. B. Fisk proptrs, SW cor 
Sixteenth and Folsom 

alifornia Block, SE cor California and Bat- 
tery 

Jalifomia Borax Co., Lucien Herman sec, 

330 Pine 

balifornia Brass Works, Weed & 
Kingwell proptrs, 125 First 

alifornia Broom Factoiy, Frederic Clay 
proptr, 203-205 Sacramento 

alifornia Brush Factory, Figer 
-Bros, proptrs, 615 Sacramento 

alifornia Chemical Paint Co., 
Tyler Beach, prest, M. C. Jewell, 
sec and chemist, Beach & Sulli- 
van, general agents, 308 Town- 
send 

California China 9Iail, (monthly) 
Frederick Marriott, publisher and 
proptr, 607 Merchant 

alifornia Christian Advocate, 
Rev. John B. Hill, agent, and 
Eev. Henry C. Benson, D. D., 
editor 

alifornia Chronik, (German weekly) 
Frederick Hess & Co., proptrs, 
524 California 

California Cigar Box Co., (C. A. 
Hooper, G. W. Hooper and M. P. 
Hubbard) J. S. Graaff, manager, 
office 427 Sacramento, factoiy 
Ben-y bet Third and Fourth 

lahfornia Club, rooms 212 Sutter 

California Cocoannt PulTcrizing 
Co., S. T. Wilcox, prest, Jas. 
R. Phillips, manager, manfr co- 
coanut preserves, pulverized co- 
coanut, etc., 738 Howard 

5alifornia Coffee and Spice Co., A. Kindler, 
proptr, 123 Washington 

Jalifornia Consolidated G. & M. & M. Co., 
(El Dorado Co., Cal.) J. W. 
Tripp, sec, 408 California 

California Cracker Company, 
Frederic Clay, prest, George Ed- 
munds, sec, James Dunn, mana- 
ger, factory NW cor Battery and 
Broadway, depot 203 Sacramento 

lalifornia Dairy Produce Department of 
the Granges, 414 Sansome 

I. J. TRUMBULL. "^'^ 



California Demokrat, (German 
daily) Frederick Hess <S: Co., pro- 
piietors, office 524 California 
California Dry Dock Co., Hunter's 
Point, B. B. Minor, sec, offices 
28 Merchants' Exchange and 
411 3;-^ California 
California Excelsior Manfr Co., John Spaul- 
ding, E. F. Harmon and E. B. 
Loring, proptrs, 353-355 Tehama 
California Fanner's Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 
J. D. Blanchar, prest, W. H. Bax- 
ter, sec, office 6 Leidesdorff 
California Farmer, (weekly) Warren 
& Co., editors and proprietors, 
office 320 Clay 
California Furniture Manufactur- 
ing Co., N. P. Cole, prest, 
Enoch Foster, treas and F. S. 
Chadbourne, sec; manufacturers, 
importers, wholesale and retail 
furniture, 220-226 Bush 
California Fuse Works, (James Eva & Co.) 
E s Mission creek bet Thirteenth 
and Foiu-teenth 
California Glove Co., (P. & F. G. Conklin) 

419 Battery 
California Hotel, Herteman & Fon- 
roche, proprietors, Montgom- 
ery av m- Kearny 
California House, Owen Eooney, proprietor, 

529 Fourth 
California House, Charles Tence, proprietor, 

624-626 California 
California Horticulturist, (monthly) John H. 
Carmany & Co., publishers, office 
409 Washington 
California Immigi-ant Union, WiUiam H. 

Martin, gen agt, office 534 Cal 
California Insurance Co., C. T. 
Hopkins, prest, H. B. Tichenor, 
%-ice-prest, Z. Crowell, sec, office 
318 Cahforuia 
California Italian Paste Co., 
Prusso & Splivalo, proprietors, 
704-706 Sansome 
California Jewelry Co., (Levison 
Bros.) LeM-is Levison, Herman 
Levison, J. T. Bonestell and 
Charles Lemme) — manufacturers 
jewelry, diamond setters, lapida- 
ries, etc., 134 Sutter 
California Journal und Sonntags 
Oast. (German weekly) Went- 
zel, Huefner, Golly &: Co„ pub- 
lishers and lu-opi-ietors, office 603 
Washington 
California L.abor Exchange, W. S. 
Reynolds, proprietor, office 5 
Post 
California L.aud Investment Co., 
(limited) of London, J. Barr Rob- 
ertson, director, office 330 Pine 
California Machine Works, (Birch, -irgall & 
Co.) 119 Beale 



BULBS, SEEDS, TREES, etc.. 427 SANSOME ST. 



EUREKA FOUNDRY, THOMPSON BROS., Proprietors, 

129 and 131 BEALE ST.. bet. MISSION and HOWARD. 



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California Mail Bag, (monthly) Fred- 
erick Marriott, editor and propri- 
etor, office 605-613 Merchant 

California Market, S s California to Pine 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

California Mills, C. J. Prescott, manager, 
NW cor Howard and Spear 

California Mutnal liife Insurance 
Co., Henry Cox, sec, office 6 
Montgomery 

California Nursery, Henry Bolander and 
Ferdinand Bibend, proprietors, 
W s San Brnno road, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 

California Oilcloth Manufacturing Co., H. 
S. Eidley, supt, SW cor Twenty- 
second and York 

California Paciific E. B. Co., office corFourth 
and Townsend 

California Paving Co., Berry bet Fourth and 
Fifth, office 606 Montgomery 

California Pioneers (Society of), 808 Mont- 
gomery 

California Pharmaceutical Soc and Board of 

'^ Pharmacy, Medical College, 

Stockton nr Chestnut 

California Placard Exchange and Infoi-ma- 
tion Bureau of the Pacific Coast, 
Fred Marriott, manager, office 
613 Merchant 

California Powder Works, John F. 
Lohse, sec, office 314 California 

California Prison Commission, James Wood- 
worth, sec, Robert Beeching, 
gen agt, office 302 Montgomery 

California Eeal Estate Co., J. H. Whitcomb, 
manager, office 208 Montgomery 

California Rectifying Co., office 
319 Clay and 320 Commercial 

California Eeal Estate Eeporter, Bacon & 
Co., publishers, 508 Clay 

California Eestaurant (New), John Eeagan, 
proprietor, 22 Montgomery 

California Eestaurant, Julius E. Eeagan, 
proprietor, 614 Montgomery 

California Silver Mining Co., (Storey Co., 
Nev.), David T. Bagley, sec, office 
401 California 

California Savings and lioan So- 
ciety, (The) David Farquhar- 
son, prest, Charles Lux, vice- 
prest, Julius C. Eeis, treas, D. B. 
Chisholm, sec, office 512 Call. 

California Scandinav, Hugo Nisbeth, 
editor, office 326 Sansome 

California School of Design, Virgil Williams, 
director, 313 Pine 

California Silk Manufacturing Co 
W. S. Brown & Co., agents, office 
569 Market, manufactory NE cor 
Eleventh av and P, South S. F. 

California Soap Co., Flick & Thomas, 
proprietors, W s Sansome bet 
Greenwich and Lombard, office 
208 Sacramento 



California Spirit of the Times, 

Chase & Boruck publishers, office 
621 Sansome 

California Staats Zeitnng, (German 
weekly) Frederick Hess & Co., 
proprietors, office 524 California 

California State Grange, J. D. Gardner, agt, 
W. H. Baxter, sec, office 6 
Leidesdorff 

California State Woman's Hos- 
pital, Miss E. J. Foss, matron, 
NW cor Twelfth and Howard 

California Stock Exckange 
Board, W. W. Lawton, sec, 
rear 423 California 

California Sugar Refinery, SW cor 
Eighth and Brannan, Claus 
Spreckles, prest, Eggers & Co., 
agents, office 210 California 

California Theater, John McCuUough, 
proprietor and manager, N s Bush 
bet Dupont and Kearny 

California Theater Boat Club, 
John Wilson, prest, P. N. Brown, 
vice-prest, George W. E. King, 
sec, club house Long Bridge 

California Theater Building, N s 
Bush bet Kearny and Dupont 

California Tool Works, John Weichhart, 
proprietor, 143-145 Beale 

California Type Foundry, Painter 
& Co., 510-512 Clay 

California Warehouse, Charles Clajdion & 
Co., proprietors, cor Beale and 
Brannan 

California Water Co., J. Pierce, prest; J. F. 
Nesmith, sec, 315 California 

California Wine Cooperage and 
Mill Co., M. Fulda & Sons 
proptrs, 30-32 Spear 

California Wire Works, John M. 
Eckfeldt & Co., 412 Clay 

Calish John, barber with A. Magazini & 
Co., res 1411 Sacramento 

E. F., expressman, res 1411 Sac 

Calisher & Jacobs, (Julius Calisher and Gus- 
tav Jacobs) manfr ladies' shoes, 
513 Market 

Julius, (Calisher & Jacobs) res 215 

Seventh 

Calistoga S. M. Co., A. Badlam, sec, 418 
Montgomery 

Call Daniel, laborer, res St. Nicholas Hotel 

David, mariner, res 104 Steuart 

Dennis, laborer, res Green nr Battery 

Call, Morning, (daily) S. F. CaU Co. 
jDublishers, office 525 Montgom- 
ery, editorial rooms 517 Clay 

Patrick, drayman, res 1001 Battery 

Samuel, tailor, res 45 Third 

Call William W., proptr Call's dairy, 
San Bruno road nr Twenty-eighth 

William, butcher, res 510 Post 

see Coll 



P, VAN SCHMCK & CO,, 



Importers CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, etc., 

Nos. 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 7t6 KEARNY ST. 



EO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 


Dealer 


in all kinds of REAL ESTATE-MONEY LOANED. 


CAL 199 CAL 


allabotta Silvestro, chophoiise, 332 East, 


Callahan Cornelius, finisher with Bucking- 


res 10 Commercial 


ham & Hecht, res 6 Polk 


allaghan & Moriarty, (Patrick CaUaghan 






and Daniel Moriarty) groceries, 


Whitney, res 49 Jessie 


NE cor Hampshire and Twenty- 


Cornehus, butcher with W. K. Diet- 


third 


rich, res 729 Broadway 


Cornelius, laborer, S. F. Gaslight 


T\.^«-;^l 1,1 .. . . r r\tt ■»«-. 


jjaniel, laborer, res 508 Mission 


Co 


David, boot and shoemaker, 128 Fifth 


n lflVir»rpi' STl octT Ti'mflpTif*!* firn^ 


David, wood and coal, 158 Minna 

D., carpenter, 0. R. R. Co 


Jackson 


Charles, master mariner, res 619 Turk 


D. J., medical student, 650 Washing- 


■ D. & Co., (Daniel CaUaghan and A. 


ton 


T. Corbus) mnf rs Donnolly &Co's 


D. 0., res 511 Mission 


yeast powders, 121 Front 


J., conductor 0. R. R. Co 


Daniel (D. CaUaghan & Co.) res 


James, res 424 Broadway 


cor Fourteenth and Howard 


James, gasfitter with Thomas Day, 


Daniel, bootmaker, res 612 Stevenson 


res cor Sixth and Brannan 


Dennis, laborer, res 35 Everett 

Dennis J., morocco dresser, res 6 




ings Bank, res 229 Third 


Han-ison av 


Jas., teamster, res Union nr Octavia 


Edward stockfitter with S W Kos- 


John, manager Rink, Woodward's 

Gardens 


enstock & Co., res 2 Jasper pi 


EKza, widow, nurse, res 429 Shipley 


John, miner, res 402 Broadway 


Ellen Miss, chambermaid, American 


John, morocco finisher with Cornel- 


Exchange Hotel 


ius O'Donnell, res Globe House 


I Felix, miner, res 207 Clara 


John, rigger, res 517 Mission 


i James, foreman Friedlander's Ware- 


John, shoecutter with Porter, Blum 


house, res Filbert bet Sansome 


& Slessinger, res 2 Jasper pi 


and Montgomery 


M. E. Miss, teacher. Model School, 


1 James, special policeman, res 706 


res 431 Sixth 


Folsom 


Mary, \\idow, res 1 AVhite 


Jeremiah, res 324 Turk 


Mathias B., hardware merchant, res 


John, carpenter, res NE cor Hayes 


431 Sixth 


and Polk 




John, laborer, res 708 Tehama 


nr Beach 




^- Michael laborer res 8 Lick 






!aUaghan, Lynch & Co., (Sherwood CaUa- 


Michael, laborer with CJ P. R. R. 


ghan and Jeremiah LjTich) stock- 


Co., res King-st House 


brokers, 110 Leidesdorflf 


Owen, baker, res S s Courtland av W 


'\Tn-%,r^nt*^.4- 'UTi.r. t'^i-. f^rti* n TT-i-f'fl-l QTT 


s Bernal Heights 


Mary Miss, cook, 628 California 

Mary, ironer with Neustadter Bros., 


Patrick, haokdriver, res 11 Hubbard 


res 2 Lick 


Patrick, laborer, res S s Sierra nr 


Mary Mrs., liquor saloon, NE cor 


Guerrero 


Sixth and Brannan 


T)^f>.-i/^lr T ^vnif on/l xmrr£if oKloG N a 


Sixteenth bet Second av and 


Patrick (CaUaghan k Moriarty) res 


Valencia 


NE cor Hampshire and Twenty- 


Thomas, tanner, res 117 First av 


third 


-, WiUiam, hostler with A. W. Gates, 


Patrick, expressman, res E s Chatta- 


res 2 Jasper pi 


nooga bet Twenty-first and Twen- 


'■tevedore vnih Meii7i'^« ^ Bing- 




ty-second 


ham 


Patrick, shoemaker with J. Lucier, 


Callan Jeremiah, milk ranch, N s Twenty- 


res 727 Minna 


ninth nr Mission 


Sherwood, (CaUaghan, Lynch &Co.) 


Michael, marblecutter, res 424 Broad- 


res 324 Tui-k 


way 


Thomas, laborer, res rear 211 Tehama 


Michael, waiter with J. Anderson, res 


WiUiam, chief engineer stmr Donald, 


1 Welsh 


res 24 Bitch 


Callan Tlioina!«, liquor saloon, SE cor 


WiUiam, jr., shoemaker with S. W. 


Montgomery and Merchant, res 


Kosenstock & Co., res 2 Jasper pi 


G Turk 


, widow, res NE cor Hayes and Polk 


Thomas, shipwright, Shipwright's 


'aUahan Bernard, engineer, S. F. and P. 


Assn, 71 New Montgomery 


Sugar Kefinery, res 16 Buss 


Thomas, waiter, Grnud Hotel 


OfiCeOSS k CO,, SILK AND BUNTI^ 


IG FLAGS and BAHNERS^.„^,,„„^, 







BETHESDA WATER, the acknowledged Cure for DIABETES. 

DUNBAR & HENDRY, General Agents Pacific Coast, 107 Stockton St 



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Callan Timothy, cabinetmaker with Cal. 

Fiirn. Manfg Co., res 9 Minna 
CaUancler John, first officer P. M. S. S. Co 
Callandi-ean Jules, physician, 1234 Stockton 
Callaway Oliver P., real estate, office 

315 California, res 212 Austin 
Calleden J., res 90 Montgomery Block 
Callen M. Mrs., janitress Broadway Gram- 
mar School, res 1533 Broadway 
Kobert A., machine hand, res 12 

Broadway 
_ Timothy, teamster with Bay View 

Distillery, res Sixteenth av nr N, 

South S. F. 
Callenan Daniel, teamster, res rear 10 Board- 
man pi 
Callender Felix, laborer, res St. Nicholas 

Hotel 
Henry A., jeweler, 62 Second, res 

NW cor Treat av and Twenty-seed 
John P., Sailors' Boarding House, 

5 Broadway 
Calles Jos^ C, saddler with W. F. Dorrance, 

res 319 Union 
Callinan John, barber, 203 Third, res 1413 

Mason 

William, c|i-penter, res 281 Minna 

Callingham W. JT, special agt Commercial 

Union Insurance Co., res 207 

Sutter 
Callis A., panti-yman with N. Y. Bakery, res 

29 Jessie 
Callister John, carpenter Palace Hotel 
Callundan Christian F., policeman, res 112 

Taylor 

F. P., druggist, res 112 Taylor 

Calnan Daniel, drayman, res rear 7713^ 

Mission 
Eugene, diiver with William Kerr, 

res 313 TaUejo 

John, laborer, res 410 Sixth 

Calnan John J., saddle and harness 

manufactxirer, 271 Fii-st 
Michael, waiter 210 Kearny, res 248 

Tehama 
Calverly John M., master mariner, res 2245 

Jackson 
Thomas, photogi-aph printer with 

Bradley & Eulofson, res 209 

Seventh 
Calvei-t Henry W., dentist, office and res 209 

Geary 
Calvert John, (Painter & C.) res 710 

California 

John, builder, res 706 Sutter 

John T., mason, res 1131 Clay 

Calvert William, dentist, office and 

res 209 Geary 
William B., clerk with Castle Bros., 

res 209 Geary 
Camanche Exchange, Knippenberg & El- 
mers, propti-s, S s Lombard bet 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Camards Nicholas M., cabinetmaker with H. 

Compes, res 542 Minna 



Cambernous A., cooper with S. P. Connor 

and liquor dealer, 1806 Powell 
Cambers Thomas, shoemaker with Einstein 

Bros, k Co,, res 31 Second 
Camble WiUiam, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 
Camblien David, clerk, res 415 Eddy 
Cambrian Honse, Jones Bros., pro- 
prietors, SW cor Montgomery and 

Broadway 
Cambrid Frank, shoemaker with A. Utschig 
Camden C. D. Mrs., fui-nished rooms, 515 

Bush 
Cameron & Hull, (A. Cameron and 

G. L. Hull) wood turners and 

scroll sawvers, 409 Mission and 

217 Spear " 
Cameron Angns, (Cameron & Hull) 

res 2210 Steiner 
C. S. Miss, tailoress with Lancaster 

& Northon, res 100% Second 
Daniel, shipwright with P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 1112 Folsom 

Elizabeth, widow, boarding, 312 Beale 

Hugh, brass finisher with W. T. Gar- 

ratt, res 1780 Folsom 

Hugh, messman, P. M. S. S. Co 

■ James, baker, 1780 Folsom 

James, wood tiumer. Enterprise Mill, 

res 2207 Pine 

John, laborer, res 258 Jessie 

John W., salesman, res 146 Tehama 

Juha A. Mrs., music teacher, res 10 

PoweU 
K., machinist's helper with P. M. S. 

S. Co 
Kobert, bookkeeper with Scott & 

Hall, res 312 Beale 
WiUiam, res 630 Minna 



Games Peter, laundi-y, 25 Dupont 

Camille — , clerk, res SW cor Dupont and 

Pine 
Caminetti Lorenzo, gardener, res S s Haight 

nr Steiner 

Eocco, laborer, res 5 Filbert pi 

Camlade Frederick, milkman, res 23 Natoma 
Camman Augustus W., cigars and tobacco, 

411 East, res 1121 Ellis 
Cammarstedt Augustus A., Scan. Soc, 71 

New Montgomery 
Cammer Anton, watchmaker vdth Abrahams 

& Spii-o, res 707 McAllister 
Cammet John, sui-veyor, Odd Fellows' Sav- 
ings Bank, res cor Howard and 

Thirteenth 
WiUiam F., salesman with Pils- 

burj', Webb & Co., res NE cor 

Howard and Thirteenth 
Cammet' s Restaurant, 57-59 Third 
Camous Andi-e, locksmith, 431 Bush 
Camp Elmer S., bookkeeper -with HiU & 

Kilgoui", res 740 Pine 
James M., cigars, rotunda Merchants' 

Exchange, res 737 Howard 
Sarah, widow, res 1032 Dolores nr 

Twenty -foiu'th 



N. W. SPAULDING, 



Manufacturer of Patent INSERTED TOOTH 

CIRCULAR SAWS, 17 and 19 Fremont Si. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealer in all kinds of REAL ESTATE 



-MONEY LOANED 



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Camp W. C, vnth Cornell Watch Co 

— — , barkeeper, res 509 Bush 

see Kamp and Kemp 

Campadoni Antonio, gardener, Visitaciou 

Valley 

— John, gardener, Visitacion Valley 

Stephauo, gardener, Visitacion valley 

Campara Giiiseppe, stockbroker, res Koma 

Hotel 
Campbell & Ayers, (F. Campbell and H. 

Ayers) wine and liquor saloon, 

322-324: Sansome 
Campbell Alexander, sr., (Camp- 
bell, Fox & Campbell) atty-at- 

law, 528 California, res Oakland 

Alexander, res 1007 Market 

■ Alexander, atty-at-law, 629 Kearny, 

res Oakland 
■ Alexander, jr., law student, 629 

Kearny, res 8 Euss 
Amy T. Miss, teacher N Cosmopoli- 

ton Grammar School, res 1220 

Jackson 
Andrew, contractor, res 2249 Mission 



Andi-ew, spinner, Mission Wool MiUs, 

res 1929 Howard 

Annie Miss, dressmaker, 534 Green 

■ Barney, stockbroker, res 622 Post 

■ Carrie V. Mrs., teacher Greenwich-st 

Prim School, res 7 Seymour av 

Charles, res 6 Thompson av 

Charles, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Charies P., sec, Clay-st Hill E. E. 

Co., res 1220 Jackson 
C. E. Miss, teacher Green-nich-st 

Prim School, res 763 Howard 

Daniel, carpenter, res 154 Silver 

D., stevedore withMenzies& Bingham 

Campbell Donald, (Kavanagh & Co.) 

res SW cor Fourteenth av and N, 

Soiith S. F. 

Duncan, stevedore, res 1306 Mont 

D. W., with Howe S. M. Co., res 118 

Post 
■ Edward, laborer, S. F. and P. Lead, 

Pipe and Shot Works 

Eliza, Tftddow, res 6 South Park av 

F., (Camjibell & Ayers) res American 

Exchange Hotel 

F., laborer, P. M. S. S. Co 

Felix, laborer, S s Turk bet Scott and 

Pierce 
Campbell, Fox A Campbell, (Alex- 
ander Campbell, sr., Charles N. 

Fox and Henry C. Campbell) 

attys-at-law, 528 California 
Frank, laborer, res SE cor Twentieth 

and Dolores 

Frederick, plumber, res 1119 Howard 

George, (Dickson, De Wolf & Co.) 

res London 
George, with Gal Bellows Manfg Co., 

res 40 Minna 
George, operator, W. U. Tel. Co., res 

1306 Montgomei-y 



Campbell Geo. W., expressman, NE cor Clay 
and Davis, res NE cor Buchanan 
and Moulton 
Campbell Henry C, (Campbell, Fox 
& Campbell) atty-at-law, 528 Cali- 
fornia, res Oakland 

Hugh, clerk Avith P. McMahon, res 

1921 Howard 
Isaac, second hand books, 404 Jack- 
son, res 439 Sixth 

Isaac H., carriage trimmer with Chas. 

Moulter, res 439 Sixth 

James, res 6 South Park av 

James, res NW cor Second and 

Howard 

James, butcher, res 270 Brannan 

James, supt Cal Bellows Manfg Co., 

res 40 Minna 

James, ciui-ier, res 210 Gough 

James, gilder with Currier & Winter, 

211 Kearny 

James, ^Dainter with P. M. S. S. Co 

James, speculator, res 744 Howard 

James, stableman with D. Kanary, 

res 331 Bush 

James A., bookkeeper* -nith Lockhart 

& Porter, res 29% Third 

James D., carpenter, res 21 Howard 

com-t 

James D., cook, res 360 Clementina 

James D., hostler, res Heinz Hotel 

James S., merchant, res 502 Jessie 

James W. H., grain merchant, 433 

California, res 816 Lombard 
John, bookkeeper with Pope & Tal- 
bot, res 312 Brannan 

John, carpenter, res Irving House 

John, caipenter, res NW cor Foui-th 

and Townsend 

John, expressman, res W s Kansas 

m- Twenty-third 

John, laborer, res rear 5 Eincon crt 

John, porter. International Hotel 

John, porter, res 1428 Pacific 

John, porter with Braverman & Levy 

John, teamster with McKenna & 

Greany, res 13 Geneva 

John A., clerk 'nith Tubbs & Co.. 

res 7 Seymour av 

John A., operator, W. U. Tel. Co., 

res 1306 Montgomery 

John J., butcher, res 270 Brannan 

John J., carpenter, res 360 Jessie 

John P., salesman with John C. Mor- 
rison, jr., res 749 Pine 

■ John S., bookkeeper vnth J. H. 

O'Brien & Co., res 1 Willow av 
nr Valencia 

Joseph, laborer Palace Hotel 

Joseph, tanner, res 632 Brannan 

Joseph F., barber, 163 Second, res 

NW cor Second and Howard 

Joseph Thome, helper, melting and 

refining dept U. S. Mint, res 2015 
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Campbell Margaret Miss, seamstress, res 715 
O'Farrell 

Margaret Mrs., res Episcopal Church 

Home 

Margaret Mrs., lodgings, 318 Pine 

Michael, laborer, res Washington 

Hotel 

Campbell Michael, groceries and liq- 
uors, SE cor Fourth and Tehama 

Michael, laborer, Risdon Iron Works, 

res 519 Mission 

Murdoch, shipwrights', caulkers' and 

joiners' tools, 105 Steuart, res 
421 Fourth 

M. F., plasterer, res 115 Second 

N., carpenter, res Heinz Hotel 

P., laborer. Palace Hotel 

P., gilder with Currier & Winter, 

211 Kearny 

Campbell Patterson A., (Starr Bros. 
& C.) res Occidental Hotel 

Peter H., asst supt Clay-st Hill E. E. 

Co., res 1220 Jackson 

Peter, shoemaker, res 11 Bartol 

Philip, laborer, res 513 Minna 

E., stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

Ealph, gardener, res Golden Gate 

Park 

— Eobert, carpenter, res 713 Howard 

Eobert, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Euth G., teacher Silver-st Primary 

School, res 1220 Jackson 

Sarah Mrs., candies and fruits, 

354 Fourth 

Scott, cook, stmr Parthenius, res 504 

O'Farrell 

Stewart C, clerk with Pope & Tal- 
bot, res 312 Brannan 

Thomas, blacksmith with J. Hendy, 

res 270 Brannan 

Thomas, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

William, cook, stmr Los Angeles 

William, cook, stmr Ajax 

William, moulder, res 127 Jackson 

William, piledriver, res 31 Natoma 

William, shipwright, res 712 Clem- 
entina 

W. G., painter, res 269 Minna 

W. Henderson, salesman with Eead, 

Brand & Co., res SE cor Eddy 
and Leavenworth 

, cigar maker, res 605 Broadway 

, widow, res W s Clara av bet Sev- 
enteenth and Eighteenth 

Campe Frederick, groceries and liquors, NW 
cor Second and Tehama, res 217 
Second 

Campe Henry, groceries and liquors, 
SW cor Howard and Twelfth 

Campen August, millhand with Deming, 
Palmer & Co 

Campi's Restaurant, N. Giamboni & 
Co. proptrs, 519 Clay 



Campion Edward, laborer, res rear 611 Geary 

Elizabeth, with E. C. Boobar, res 

554 Folsom 

Michael, laundryman, Bennett's 

Laundry, res 62 Shipley 

Thomas, teamster, Cal. Cracker Co. 

Campodonico G., market gardener, 30 Co- 
lombo Market, res Hunter's 
Point 

Campodonico Stephen, marble works, 
1130 Market, res 122 Fulton 

S., market gardener, 26 Colombo 

Market 

Campreau Frederick, workman, Maison Do- 

Canalizo Antoine, res 726 Lombard 

George, clerk with T. Lemmen Mey- 
er, res 726 Lombard 

Canas Manuel, porter with H. T. Holmes & 
Co., res cor Vallejo and Mont- 
gomery 

Canavan B., cabinetmaker with Strawley & 
Co., res 322 Eighth 

Charles, painter with Hopps & Sons^ 

res 515 Bush 

Ellen Mrs., bakery, SE cor Howard 

and Eousch 

Canavan James, saloon, SE cor Bran- 
nan and Third 

James, laborer, res 59 Clementina 

John, blacksmith, res 34 Minna 

John, stevedore with George H. 

Whitney 

John M., carriagemaker with Larkins 

& Co., res 34 Minna 

J. W., driver with Elfelt, Code & 

Co., res 146 Tehama 

Mark, laborer, res NE cor Washing- 
ton and Broderick 

Martin, watchman withN. B. and M. 

R. E. Co., res 18 Clara 

Matthew, carriage painter, res 115 

Second 

P. H., importer wines and liquors, 

NE cor California and Front, res 
res 2103 Hyde 



Patrick, ILvery stable, 1125 Howard 

see Cannavan 

Candage Wiley P., sawyer with L. Eacouillat 

& Co., res 362 Third 
Candez Peter, waiter with Boutinon & Bul- 

land, res 530 Merchant 
Cane & Co., (John Cane and William John- 
son) saloon, 144 Steuart 

E. Mrs., midwife, res 605 Broadway 

Elizabeth Mrs., ladies' nurse, 534 

Green 
Giistavus, barber with Lampe Bros., 

res 38 Langton 

John, (Cane & Co.) res 144 Steuart 

Michael, hostler with J. G. Scovern, 

res 246 Third 

Thomas, res 326 Mason 

Canepa Catharina, midwife, res SW cor 

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Canepa Pietro, music teacher, res SW cor 

Montgomery av and Vallejo 
Caner John, coffee saloon, 425 Drumm, res 

322 Broadway 
Canevassini Joseph, dishwasher, Martin's 

restaurant, 623 Commercial 
Mauro, pantryman, Martin's restau- 
rant, 623 Commercial 
Canfield H. C, house carpenter, res 5583^ 
Howard 

John, with Livingston & Co., res 

1408 Sacramento 

Maria L., ironer ^vith Neustadter 

Bros., res 115 Second 

Milton, cash boy, Wilson's Market, 

res 1408 Sacramento 

M., laborer with P. M. S. S. Co 

K. J., clerk, res Union bet Steiner 

and Pierce 
S. E., student Heald's Business Col- 
lege 
Canginna Alice, hairworker with E. Driven, 

res 521 Seventh 
Canham Fred'k, bricklayer, res 5 O'Farrell 

George, cook, res 605 Broadway 

M. J. Miss, teacher, Hayes Valley 

Primary School, res 1712 Pa- 
cific av 

Thomas, painter, res 140 Fourth 

W. F., house painter, 329 Sutter, res 

1712 Pacific av 
Canick Daniel, asst engineer, stmr Kalorama 
Caniffe James J., carpenter, res 257 Minna 
Cann ED., printer, res Overland House 
Cannavan John, foreman with Hanson, 
Ackerson & Co., res 626% Jessie 

Martin D., compositor with Bacon & 

Company, res 474 Jessie 

Michael, clerk with A. Haas & Co., 

res 1703 Dupont 

M., auction store, 811 Kearny 

Cannible Charles, laborer, res 4 Jessie 
Canning Heniy, machinist's helper, P. M. 
S. S. Co., res cor Clinton and 
Buchanan 

William, longshoreman, res 12 

Boardman pi 
Cannon A. M., agt with Howe S. M. Co., res 
SW cor Twenty-fourth and Co- 
lumbia 

Barny, laborer \sith Empire Foundry 

Charles, laborer, res St. Nicholas 

Hotel 

Charles, laborer, res 4 Frederick 

Charles, waiter, N. Y. Bakery, res 

Portsmouth House 

Dennis, blacksmith's helper, res 519 

Mission 
E. M., solicitor, Howe Sewing Ma- 
chines, res 815 Biish 

James, laborer, res 514 Mission 

James, moulder, res 128 First 

James, nurse, Countj' Hospital, res 

NW cor Twentv-third and Potre- 



Cannon John, laborer with Reese LleweUyn 

John, liquors, res S s Twenty- 
third nr Columbia 

John J., laborer, res 27 Ecker 

M. E. Miss, dressmaker, 215 Kearny 

Patrick, liquors, 666 Mission, res 26 

Minna 

Patrick, mattrassmaker with Cal. 

Furn. Manfg Co., res 727 Minna 

S. S., widow, res 609 Shotwell 

Thomas, teamster, res Union bet 

Gough and Octavia 

Canon Andrew J., with Cutting & Co., res 
29 Stevenson 

Canon Creek Mining Co., (Nev., Cal) F. 
Ogden, sec, 224 Sansome 

Canon John S., wheelwright, res 217% Clara 

Robert P., carriage painter with Kim- 
ball Manfg Co., res 217% Clara 

Cantarini Paolo, laborer, res 331 Broadway 

Cantel H. Mrs., lace and curtain mender. 
420 Powell 

Louis, lace and curtain mender, res 

420 Powell 

Canterbiiry James H., lather, res 2120 Pine 

Cantin & Everett, (Joseph P. Cantin and Au- 
gustus F. Everett) stockbrokers, 
313 California 

Joseph P., (Cantin & Everett) res 

Oakland 

Cantlin Martin, carpenter, res 718 Greenwich 

Richard, laborer, res 266 Jessie 

Cantly S., wddow, res S s Nineteenth nr 
ShotweU 

Cantrell Joseph B., tinsmith with Brittan, 
Holbrook & Co., res 1815 Hyde 

M. Mrs., oculist, res 661 Willow av 

Cantrell Thomas O., (Hawkins & C.) 
res 1216 Larkin 

Cantrowitz Joseph, porter with Neustadter 
Bros., res 112 Eleventh 

Cantus George, saloon, SW cor Stockton and 
O'Fanell, res 620 Hayes 

Cantwell Maurice, carter, res 1 Chesley 

Canty & Wagner, (Daniel Canty and 
Wilham Wagner) confectioners, 
107 Montgomery 

Canty Daniel, (Canty & Wagner) res 
114 Turk 

John, laborer, res Union bet Gough 

and Octavia 

Mary, -n-ith Frank P. Masson, 39 Te- 
hama 

• ■ Michael, fruit dealer, res 28 Louisa 

Michael R., harnessmaker with Main 

k Winchester, res 28 Louisa 

Pati-ick, blacksmiths helper, .Stna 

Iron Works, res 21 Ritch 

Thomas, driver with City R. R. Co., 

res cor Sixteenth and Mission 

Thomas, laborer, res 28 Louisa 

Thomas T., harnessmaker with Main 

& Winchester, res 28 Louisa 

Timothy, tailor, 35, Sutter, res Occi- 
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Canty William D., boilermaker with Pacific 

Iron Works, res 26 Minna 
Cany Mary A. Mrs., adjuster coiners' dept 

U. S. Mint, res 836 Mission 
Caped Daniel, tinner with E. Pander, 32 

Geary 
Oapel Julius J., laborer, res 31 Ellen 
CapellG., agent, res 212 Sutter 
Capital Building, NW cor Kearny and Pine 
Capital Woolen Mills (Sacramento) Francis 

G. Burke, agent, 523 Market 
Capitol Flour and Meal Mills, 

Deming, Palmer & Co., propts, 

116 Sacramento, office 202-204 

Davis 
Caplice John, foreman, Hibernia Brewery, 

res 728 Natoma 
€app Charles S., (Berry & C.) res SE 

cor Buchanan and McAllister 
Oappola Joseph, special policeman, res 1338 

Washington 
Capprise Mary, widow, res NE cor Chestnut 

and Dupont 
Capron A., carpenter, res 1513 Sacramento 
Capurro Antonio, gardener, San Jose road 

bet Fifth and Sixth Mile House 
Augustino, porter with E. Patrick & 

Co., res 6 Lafayette pi 
Giovanni, gardener. Ocean House 

road nr Industrial School 
Giovanni B., market gardener, 55 

Colombo Market, res San Jose 

road bet Fifth and Sixth Mile 

House 
Guiseppe, laborer with D. GhirardeUi 

and fireman S. F. Fire Dept, res 

8 Lafayette pi 
Caraffa D. & Co., (D. Caraff'a and T. Guin- 

asso) bakery, 1309 Dupont 
Dominico, (Cai-affa & Co) res 6 Union 

pl 

Caraher Francis, shoemaker, res 1634 Eddy 

Frank, laborer with Einstein, Bros. 

& Co., res 425 Linden 
Michael, bootfinisher, res E s Mis- 
sion bet Twenty-eighth and Twen- 
ty-ninth 
Caraiolo Eoberto, fisherman, Clay-st wharf 
Caraventa Cerifa, gardener, Bay View nr 

San Bruna road 
Guiseppi, market gardener, 49 Col- 
ombo Market, res Bay View nr 
San Bruno road 

John, gardener, Bay View ru- San 

Bruno road 
Caravotti James, bricklayer Palace Hotel 
Carberry Bernard, laborer, Pacific Rolling 
Mills 

Cormick, carpenter, res 428 Natoma 

Edward, shipwright with P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 775 Harrison 

James, shoemaker, res 26 Anthony 

John, carpenter, res 11% Garden 

John, boottreer with Buckingham & 

Hecht, res 512 Mission 



Carberry Nicholas, porter with J. W. H. 

Campbell, res 545 Mission 
Patrick, carpenter Palace Hotel, res 

257 Octavia 

Patrick, laborer, res Passaic Hotel 

Eobert, carpenter with Excelsior Mill 

Co., res 428 Natoma 
— W. S., first asst engineer, P. M. S. 

S. Co 
Carbett James, engineer Palace Hotel 
Carcuhn M., miner, res German Hotel 
Card Elisha, manfr plows, wagons, etc., 304 

Market 
George, watchman, res SE 'cor Main 

and Harrison 

John, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Stephen, seaman, res 225 Fourth 

William H., operator with Thomas 

Wade, res Hansa House 
Garden H. M., accountant, res 1449 Minna 

John, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Cardiff Miles, shoemaker, SW cor Sixth and 

Brannan 

Eichard, plumber, res 319 Tehama 

Cardinell John A., collector, office 30 Mont- 
gomery Block, res 430 Valencia 

Charles, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

Cardinet E. H., driver with L. M. Gautier, 

res 722 Lombard 
Cardo Joseph, mariner, res 127 Jackson 
Cardoso John, proprietor Lisbon House, 116 

Jackson 
Cardoza Joseph, housepainter, res 1063 

Broadway 
Carette Aime,with L.J. Eenault, res 430 Bush 
Carew Edward, bricklayer Palace Hotel 
Frank, carriage painter with Walter 

Welsh, res cor Fell and Octavia 

Thomas, drayman, res 328 Fell 

Thomas E., clerk, 110 Bush, res 9 

Franklin 

William, painter, res 139 Eleventh 

Carey Edward, laborer, res Sierra Nevada 

House 

■ James, laborer, res 24 Clementina 

James, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

James A., stovemounter with Brittan, 

Holbrook & Co., res 42 Ecker 
John, baker with California Cracker 

Co., res NE cor Filbert and Mont- 
gomery 
John, bootmaker with Porter, Blum 

& Slessinger, res 9 Minna 

John, restaurant, 615 Jackson 

John teamster, res 714 Natoma 

J. C, hostler with James C. Phil- 
brook, res 21 Anna 
J. W., cabinetmaker, res Adams 

House 
Lawi'ence, foundryman, res 57 

Shipley 
Maurice, boot and shoemaker, 660 

Mission, res 817 Market 

Michael, with G. Treat, res SE cor 

Howard and Twenty-foui-th 



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Carey Peter, bricklayer, res N s Jersey nr 

Vicksburg 
Thomas, butcher, res Spreen's Ex- 
change, South S. F. 
Thomas, drayman with Dennis Mu- 

gan, res 14 Boardmann pi 

Thomas, laborer, res 21 Anna 

William, laborer, res 439 Clementina 

see Carry 

Cargill Andrew, laborer, Pacific Rolling 

Mills, res W s Georgia ni- Shasta 
Carham Fred, bricklayer Palace Hotel 
Carheimer Charles, clerk with Myers Bros., 

res N s Columbia m- Valencia 
Carillo Dolores, seamsti-ess, res 6 Pollard pi 
Caristie Eanee, florist, SE s Sixteenth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
Carit J. Alfonso, (J. A. Carit & Co.) 

res Lake st, Oakland 
Carit J. A. «fe Co., (J. A. Carit and 

John F. Skelly) imjiorters and 

commission merchants, 405 Front 
Caritez John, cook Lick Hoiise, res 34 

Everett 
Carl Adam, carver with G. UeflSinger & Co., 

res 246 Jessie 

Andi-ew, (Carl Bros.) res 1034Folsom 

Carl Brothers, (Andi-ew and William Carl) 

coopers, Oregon nr Davis 
D. E., blacksmith with J. Kilborn, 

res 602 Willow av 
Herman, confectioner with Schi-oth 

& Westerfeld, res 228 Kearny 
J., asst engineer, C. P, R. R. Co., res 

769 J^ Mission 
Joseph, waiter, Columbia Hotel, res 

741 Market 
Peter James, stevedore with Geo. H. 

Whitney, res 54 De Boom 

WilUam, (Carl Bros.) res 1034 Folsom 

see Karl 

Carlan William, blacksmith, 722 Broadway, 

res 733 Vallejo 
Carlen John W., with R. G. Dun & Co., res 

921 Union 
Carlet Edward, packer with S. F. Packing 

and Provision Co. 
Carleton S. W., Mrs., res 1227 Pine 

Carlton 



Carlie Edwin J., shoemaker with Einstein 
Bros. & Co., res 26 Silver 

Carlile Marcellus W., janitor, res 417 Bush 

William E., steward, res 1306 Cali- 
fornia 

Carlin Annie, chambermaid, Occidental Ho- 
tel 

Bernard, laborer, res S s Eddy bet 

Scott and Pierce 

Edward, fii-eman, S. F. Gaslight Co., 

res 36 Natoma 

George W., res E s Pierce bet Eddy 

and Elhs 

Hugh, painter, res Central Hotel 

James, boarding, SW cor Brannan 

and Seventh 



CarUn John, laborer, res 241 Fremont 

Michael, waiter with John Anderson, 

res rear 248 Tehama 
Patrick, horseshoer with G. South- 
well, res Franklin Hotel 
Valentine, capitalist, res Leaven- 
worth nr Bay 

William, porter with Phillips, Taber 

& Co., res rear 532 Turk 
Carlisle George, bricklayer, res 836 Market 

George, special policeman, res' NE 

cor Chestnut and Dupont 

George W., mason, res 2019 Howard 

G. O., real estate, res rear 1412 Pine 

S. H., real estate, res 1406 Pine 

S. S., bricklayer, res 421 Bush 

Thomas, bricklayer, res 517 Mission 

Carlisle Thomas S., wine and liquor 

saloon, 957 Market, res 646 Ste- 
venson 
William E., steward, stmr Ajax 

see Carlile and Carlyle 

CarUsson Martin, laborer, res 340 Ritch 
Carlon William, horseshoer vath G. South- 
well, res 915 Sansome 

Carlos Tiburcio, manfr harness and 
saddlery, 812 Montgomery, res 
827 Pacific 
Carlsen Jens, laborer, res 57 Jessie 

Martin, confectionery, 428 Folsom 

Carlson Adolph, henchman, Pacific Rolling 
Mills 

August, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

C. E., fireman, tug Wizard 

Carl, cabinetmaker with Kragen & 

Co, res 30% Freelon 

Charles I., furniture, 223 Fourth 

Claus E., barkeeper with Ben Ham- 

hn, res 727 Montgomery 
Frederick, seaman, res 26 Sacra- 
mento 

John, seaman, res 26 Sacramento 

— Lars, cai-penter, res 636 Sacramento 

Oloff", henchman. Pacific Rolling 

Mills 

Otto, tanner with Funcke & Co., res 

735 Brannan 

• Peter, laborer, res 225 Drumm 

Carlton Charles C, res Clai-endon House 

Harriet C, widow, res 407 Mason 

Henry, jr., agent Mtns. Insurance 

Co., res 1100 Market 

Hemy P., Principal Fairmount 

School, res 547 Mission 

James, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

W. B., clerk with Marcus C. Hawley 

& Co., res 407 Mason 
Carly G., shoemaker, 1227 Dupont 
Carlyle Robert J., engineer, res 133 Fif- 
teenth 
Carman — , with Pope & Talbot, res 530 
Third 

F. v., cai-penter Palace Hotel 

William, physician, oflSce and res 

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Carmany Cyrus W., cashier Savings 
and Loan Society, 619 Clay, res 
923 Jackson 

Car many John H., (Jotn H. Carmany 
& Co.) res 923 Jackson 

Carmany John H. & Co., publishers 
and proprietors Overland Month- 
ly, Commercial Herald, Market 
Review, etc, office 409 Wash- 
ington 

■ J. W., salesman with C. C. Hastings 

& Co., res 726 California 

Peter, moulder, res St. Nicholas 

Hotel 

Ringgold, bookkeeper with Savings 

and LoanSoc, res 923 Jackson 

Carmatz Adolph, watchmaker and jeweler, 
521 Sansome, res 111 Montgom- 
ery Block 

Carmeale Antone, longshoreman, res 36 
Merchant 

Carmelich George, saddle and harnessmaker, 
613 Sansome, res 961 Howard 

■ — Mark, harnessmaker with Geo. Car- 
melich, res 961 Howard 

Saruda, dressmaker, res 1511^ 



Carmell James, bricklayer. Bricklayers' Prot. 

and Ben. Soc, 234 Sutter 
Carmen Island Salt Works, mill 249 Steuart, 

office and salesroom 413 Front 
Carmenetta Charles, teamster with J. Y. 

Wilson & Co 
Carmentry John, coachman, res 159 Nine- 
teenth 
Carmichael Charles, laborer, res 252 Spear 

Neil, shipwright, res 39 Clementina 

Carmody James, stevedore, res 24 Howard 
crt 

John, packer with Marden & Myrick 

Martin, solicitor, Franklin Hotel, res 

260 Clementina 
Carmona Priciliano, carriagemaker with 
Kimball Manfg Co., res Devisa- 
dero bet Turk and Tyler 
Carmouche Michel, cabinetmaker with Alex. 

Metral, res, 87 Stevenson 
Carnahan John R., manager HaU's 
Safe and Lock Co., 537 Market, 
res 1527 Sutter 
Carnell Richard, res 25 Geary 
Cames David, watchman, res 162 First 

Frederick G., prof, music, res 19 

Sixth 
George A., librarian Odd Fellows' Li- 
brary, res 17 Monroe 
Carney Anna, widow, res 367 Clementina 

Edward, lodgings, 5 Fourth 

^ Edward, shoemaker, res Ivy av bet 

Polk and Van Ness 

James, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

John, carpenter. Palace Hotel 

— John, laborer, Palace Hotel 

John, res Avenue House 

John, seaman, res 54 Sacramento 



Carney Michael, painter with Cal. Furn. 
Manfg Co., res 365 Clementina 

William, bootmaker, 635 Howard 

WiUiam, currier, res E s Harrison nr 

Sixteenth 

see Karny and Kearney 

Carnwell S., watchman. Palace hotel 

Carnyn — , stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

Caro Charles, clerk with H. S. Crocker & 
Co., res 521 Jessie 

H. Mrs., fancy goods, 236 Fifth 

John, Morning Call Chop House, 305 

Sixth 

Lewis, pedler, res 236 Fifth 

Morris, clothing and furnishing goods, 

813 Battery 

Samuel, clothing, 40 Third, res 912 

Howard 

Wolf, furniture dealer, 323 Dupont, 

res 712 Hayes 

Carokson Frederick, seaman, res Mechanics' 
House 

Carolan A. Miss, dressmaker, res 262 How- 
ard 

Charles A., barkeeper. Occidental 

Hotel, res 409 O'Farrell 

James, coachman, res 111 Mason 

Richard, gasfitter with McNally & 

Hawkins, 332 Pine 

Caroli Jesus, fisherman, res E s Drumm bet 
Sacramento and Commercial 

Caroliu James, saloon, NW cor Third and 
Harrison 

Caronte Joseph, umbrellas and parasols, 136 
Post 

Carothers T. J., baggageman, Oakland Feny 

Carovati Guiseppe, bricklayer, res Metro- 
politan Hotel 

Carpenter & Co., (E. P. Carpenter, J. A. 
Riepe and J. R. Peterson) manfg 
jewelers, 215 Dupont 

Alexander M., laborer with S. F. 

Chemical Works, res cor Four- 
teenth and Guerrero 

Alfred, caulker with P. M. S. S. Co., 

res 32 Clay 

Carpenter A. D., mining secretary, of- 
fice 605 Clay, res 628 Sutter 

Catherine Mrs., fruits, 531 Fourth 

Charles A., machinist with Clay-st 

HiU R. R. Co 

Daniel, miner, res 120 Seventh 

Daniel H., physician, 317 Sutter 

Dyer A., bookkeeper with Bank of 

California, res 328 O'Fai-rell 

E. P., (Carpenter & Co.) res cor 

Green and Dupont 

Eugene, with E. Adams, res NE cor 

Laguna and Market 

Hugh S. Rev., res 227 Geary 

John, engineer, res 119 Bernard 

John, porter with J. De la Mon- 

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Carpenter Thos., expressman, res Es Church 

nr Twenty-second 
William, brass finisher and bronzer 

with J. K. Prior, res 132 Fran- 

William, clerk with P. M. S. S. Co., 

res 32 Silver 

William H., gasfitter, res rear 982 

Harrison 
Carpenter W^illiaiu H., veterinary 
surgeon, horse infirmary and sta- 
bles, 840 Mission, res 924 Mission 

William L., policeman, res 434 

Greenwich 

— — , laborer, res E s Mission bet 

Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth 
Carpentier Edward R., attorn ey-at- 
law, 330 Pine 

Gustave, barkeeper with Kuppenheim 

& Baiier, res cor Powell and Clay 
Carpentier Horace W., attorney-at- 

law, 339 Pine, res Oakland 
Carpy Charles, porter -n-ith A. Vignier, res 

431 Battery 
Carqurie Marv Ann, laundress, res 37 Geary 
Carr & Titus,' (L. T. Carr and Daniel Titus) 
attys-at-law, 45 Montgomery 
Block 
Carr A. Ii. Mrs., Magnetic and Electric 
Physician, 323 Kearny 

Darwin, asst librarian Mercantile Li- 

brai-y, res 533 Post 

Edwin, hostler with Dexter Stables, 

res 6 Zoe pi 

E. W. IVIrs., nurse, res 406 Post 

Frank D., cigars. Occidental Block, 

res 1039 Howard 

George P., plumber with*^^". W. 

Walmsley, res 1186 Harrison 

Henry B., messenger with Whitney & 

Co's express 
James, propr Portland Hotel, 54 Sac- 
ramento 

John, porter with S. F. Packing and 

Provision Co., res 342 Ritch 

Joseph, plumber with W. R. Allen, 

res 10 Folsom av 

Kate F., ironer with Neustadter Bros, 

res 351 Jessie 

L. T., (Carr & Titus) atty-at-law, 45 

Montgomery Block, res Oakland 

Mark, ship'WTight, res Central Hotel 

Levi T., atty-at-law, 45 Montgomery 

Block 

M. D., printer, res 1016 Pine 

Nelson F., pipemaker with S. F. 

Boiler Works, res SW cor Bu- 
chanan and Ellis 

Patrick, hackdriver, res, 342 Fifth 

Patrick, soapmaker, res 10 Folsom av 

Peter, fireman with stmr Oriflamme 

Peter J., expressman, res N s Twen- 
ty-fifth nr Casti-o 

Salome A., widow, res 1039 Howard 

Thomas, furniture, 743 Broadway 



Carr Thomas, freight clerk with stmr Ori- 
flamme 

Thomas, with Chas. Harley & Co., 

res 20 Mission 

T. H., teamster ^s-ith Page & Cowell, 

res cor Mission and Spear 

William, mariner, res 110 BeiTy 

William, with Isaac Friedlander, res 

715^^ Bush 

Carr William B., contractor, office 84 
Montgomery Block, res SW cor 
Twenty-fifth and San Jos^ av 

— , laborer, res 606 Third 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 
see KaiT, Kerr and Carre 



Can-ascasa Jose, capitalist, res 1411 Powell 
Carrasco Lovetta, dressmaker, 526 Pacific 
Can-au & Baraty (Joseph Carrau and Fran- 
cis Baraty) retail butchers, 1 Clay- 

st Market, res 1235 Mission 
Celiua R. Miss, teacher Yalencia-st 

School, res 1504 Mason 
Joseph, (Carrau & Baraty) res 1235 

Mission 

Leon, salesman, res 1504 Mason 

Lawrence, res 1504 Mason 

Can-e George, res Gailhard Hotel 
Carreillo M., widow, res 432 Vallejo 
Carrellis Joseph, fruit store, SW cor Bush 

and Mason 
Carrere J. Arrowy, res 917 Jackson 
Carret, Richard, boiler tender with P. M. S. 

S. Co 
Carrick George N., bookkeeper with S. F. 

and Pacific Sugar Co., 230 CaU. 

James, painter, res 613 Mission 

James R., mining, res 312 Clementina 

■ John, lather, res 312 Clementina 

Richard, engineer, res 340 Shipley 

William, shipjoiner, res 293;^ Fifth av 

Carrie Hale Hydraulic M. and W. Co., 531 

California 
Carriere G. H., widow, res 722 Filbert 
Carriga A. Rev., asst pastor St. Francis 

Church, res 519 Green 
Carrigan James, res 1109 Montgomery 

— James, laborer with Reese Llewellyn 

James, porter with Holt Bros., res 

cor Mission and Seventh 

John, mariner, res 104 Steuart 

M., hodcarrier. Palace Hotel 

Mary Mrs., res 7 Sher^vood pi 

Michael, tailor, res 7 Sherwood pi 

Carrigg Henry T., pressman with Edward 

Bosqui & Co., res 32 Morse 
Carrihar Michael, laborer, Palace Hotel, res 

111 Jessie 
Caniugton Sarah M. Mrs., res 335 Fourth 
CaiToU Andrew, laborer,Pacitic Rolling Mills 

Anthony, majiner, res 127 Jackson 

A. Miss', milliner with Mrs. Cosgriff, 

res cor Pacific av and Webster 
. Bridget, widow, res NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Greenwich 



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Carroll Bros.. (Pati-ick and Thomas 

CaiToll) gi-oceries and liquors, 

123 Thii-d 

Catherine, widow, res 427 Shipley 

Charles, laborer, W s Tenth nr Fol- 

som 

Charles, shoemaker, res 211 Hickoiy 

Charles A., clerk with LipmanBros., 

res 504 Jessie 
Charles E., shoemaker with C. Pal- 
mer, res 211 GoTigh 
■ Cornelius, expressman, res SW cor 

Ash av and Octavia 
Daniel, moulder with ^tna Iron 

Works, res 712 Natoma 
Edward, longshoreman, res 538 How- 
ard 

EUza, servant, 828 Howard 

F., laborer with Pacific Ban-ell and 

Keg Co 
Henry, hog ranch, res Twenty-first 

av ni- J, Soixth S. F. 
Hem-y, laborer, res S s Twenty-foui-th 

bet San Jose av and Valencia 
Heni-y A., cai-penter, res Cincinnati 

House 

Hugh, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Carroll James, (S. F. Laundi-y Assn.) 

res NW cor Fillmore and Turk 

■ James, merchant, res 964 Mission 

James, stonecutter with Degan & Or- 

ford 
James, teamster with Black Diamond 

Coal Co., res 410 Main 

James, waiter. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

James, captain stmr Pelican 

Carroll James Charles, liquor saloon, 

SW cor Dupont and Geary, res 

109 Geary 
Carroll James E., (Abrams & C.) res 

487 Eddy 
James E., tinsmith with Thos. Casey, 

res 16 Stockton pi 
James L., clerk with Murphy, Grant 

& Co., res 742 Minna 
■ Jeremiah, boilermaker, res SW cor 

Ash av and Octavia 
— John, bookkeeper with Louis Taus- 
sig & Co., res 1011 Harrison 
'■ — John, bricklayer, res W s Ferrie N of 

Point Lobos road 
• John, drayman, 415 Front, res 916 

Montgomery 
John, groceries and liquors, 509 

Howard 

John, laborer, res 2617 Bush 

John, laborer, res 112 McAUister 

John, laborer, res Union bet Gough 

and Octavia 

John, lamplighter, S. F. Gaslight Co 

John, liquor dealer, res 437 Eddy 

John, marble worker, res 97 Stevenson 

John, miner, res 726 Brannan 

John, moulder with Fulton Foundi-y, 

res 427 Stevenson 



Carroll John, packer with J. A. Folger & 
Co., res 12 Kousch 

John, poultry and game, 9 Metropol- 
itan Market, res 216 Minna 

• John, shoemaker, 233 Jessie 

John, wood and coal, 1503 Folsom 

John B., boilermaker, S. F. Boiler 

Works, res 81 Clementina 

John C, bakery, 412 Folsom, res 110 

First 

John F., saloon, 409 California, res 

436 Tehama 

John J., laborer, res rear 21 Kousch 

John J., laborer, U. S. A. Medical 

Purvevor's ofiice, 104 O'Fan-eU 

John P., porter with E. T. CarroU & 

Co., res 30 Kousch 

John T., salesman with Murphy, 

Grant & Co., res 742 Minna 

'■ — Joseph P., bell-boy, Brooklyn Hotel 

Martin, teamster, res N s Liberty bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-first 

Mary liliss, saleswoman with J. M. 

Kanard & Co., res 321 Jessie 

Mary, widow, res rear 335 Kitch 

Mathew, teamster with Deming, Pal- 
mer & Co., res 23 Himt 

Michael, boatman, res 1019 Market 

Michael, boots and shoes, 646 Com- 
mercial, res 2 Varennes 

Michael, laborer, C. P. K. R. Co., 

res SE cor Tyler and Buchanan 

Michael, master mariner, res 8 Hag- 
gin 

Michael, merchant, res 964 Mission 

Michael T., marblecutter with John 

Daniel & Co., res SW cor Ellis 
and Devisadero 

Minnie Miss, dressmaker, 515 



Tehama 

M. G., matron Episcopal Chui-ch 

Home 

M. J., machinist with Joshua Hendy, 

res 32 Natoma 

Oliver C, porter with Dolhver & Bro, 

res 211 Gough 

• Owen, machinist, res 127 Dora 

P., stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 

Patrick, bricklayer Palace Hotel 

Carroll Patrick, (Carroll Bros.) res 
268 Minna 

Patrick, laborer, res cor Green and 

Leavenworth 

Patrick, marble poHsher with E. Mc- 

Grath, res Park Hotel 

Pati-ick, porter with Mission and Pa- 
cific Woolen ilills, res 157 Minna 

Patrick, solicitor City Hotel, res 9 

Lick 

Patrick, stableman, res 552 Mission 

Patrick, stonecutter with Larseneiu- 

& Sheerin, res E s Lyons bet 
Bush and Sutter 

Philip, hostler, Centi-al R. R. Co 



L. r. rLLLUWb 06 LrU., liquor dealers' glassware and sundries. 



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Can-oil P., cabinetmaker M-ith Li\chsiiiger Sc 
Son, res Jessie nr Twelfth 

P., laborer, res SE cor Tyler and 

Buchanan 

• Richard, groceries and liquors, 1011 

Harrison 

Eichard, laborer, res 214 Broadway 

Eichard F., bookkeeper with Hofman 

& Taussig, res 1011 Hai-rison 

Carroll Ricliard T., (E. T. Carroll & 
Co.) res 722 O'Farrell 

Carroll R. T. & Co., (E. T. Carroll) 
importers and wholesale wines 
and liquors, 305-307 Front 

Susan Miss, confectionery, 927 Har- 
rison 

Carroll Thomas, (Carroll Bros.) res 
268 Minna 

• Thomas, bootmaker mth Biicking- 

ham & Hecht, res 10 Haight 

Thomas, laborer, res 55 Natoma 

Thomas, saloon, res 119 Third 

Thomas J., compositor. Bulletin, res 

1808 Stockton • 

Thomas P., auditor with Wells, 

Fargo & Co., res 518 Lombard 

William, brass-finisher with Green- 
berg & Co., res 318 Folsom 

William, butcher with E. S. Eear- 

don, res 225 Second 

William, delivery clerk -with F. G. 

Edwards, res Jasper pi 

William, marble sawj-er with M. 

Heverin, res 335 Broadway 
William, teamster with Collins & 

Lyons, res 126 Eighth 
William B., bookkeeper with E. T. 

Carroll & Co., res 437 Eddy 
William H., carriage painter mth 

Larkins & Co., res 635 Howard 
William H., salesman with E. H. 

Jones & Co., res 742 Minna 
• , stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 
Carron Theodore, steward, P. M. S. S. Co 
Carrvithers George, carpenter, 1 Harlan pi, 

res 5 Yerba Buena 

Samuel G., bookkeej)er with S. W. 

Eosenstock & Co., res 5 Yerba 

Buena 
Can-y Liness C, di-iver, N. B. and M. R. E. 

Co 

Morris, shoemaker, res 817 Market 

Patrick, laborer, res 102 Fourth 

Carsen Eudolph, laborer, Selby's Lead 

Works, res 6 Francisco 
Carsensen Frederick, longshoreman, res 4 

Liberty 
Carson Andrew, blacksmith with Carvill 

Manfg Co., res Fairmount Eanch 
Bernard, engi-aver, res 238 Jessie 

Charles, chief engineer, P. M. S. S. 

Co., res 557 Fourth 

Dora, -widow, confectioner}', cor Sev- 

enth and Mission 



Carson Ernst, drayman with N. Burns, res 

rear 619 Davis 
Carson H. W., furnitm-e varnisher and 

poUsher, 120 Main, res California 

bet Devisadero and Broderick 
Carsou James G., (Newhall & C.) atty- 

at-law, 637 Kearny, res 238 Jessie 

John, cook, res 127 Jackson 

John, porter with S. P, Collins, res 

5 Drumm 

John, liquor saloon, cor Ocean House 

and San Jose roads 

John K., special policeman, res 162 

Mission 

Julius, baker with Frank 'WTieland, 

res 423 Fo\u-th 

M. E. Miss, teacher, Spring Valley 

Primary School, res 1520 Broad- 
way 

Peter, carpenter, res 1435 Pacific 

Eobert, master mariner, res 107 

Welsh 

Thomas, wood carver, S. F. Manfg 

Co., res 270 First 

Carson William, (Dolbeer & C.) res 
Eiareka, Himiboldt Bay 

William, machinist. Union Iron 

Works, res 608 Bush 

William S., cook. Western House 

Carsten Ernst, teamster, res 127 Jackson 

Frederick, (J. Volckers & Co.) res 15 

Second 

Carsten Frederick, groceries and liq- 
uors, NW cor Mission and Sev- 
enteenth 

Hem-y, teamster, res 21 Water 

Carstens Frederick, special policeman, Bay 
Sugar Eefinery, res N s Union ur 
Battery 

Carstensen & Bischofif, (Julius Carstensen 
and Diedrich Bischofif) groceries 
and liquors, SW cor Geary and 
Jones 

Carstensen Julius, (Carstensen «fe Bischoff) 
res SW cor Geary and Jones 

Peter, laborer, res 13 White's pi 

Peter A., fireman, Cal. Sugar Eefin- 
ery, res Gilbert nr Hanison 

Carswell George W., drayman, res 428 Hayes 

Cartau Frank M., (Cartan, McCarthy 

6 Co.) res Morton Hoiise 
Cartan. McCarthy «fe Co., (Frank M. 

Cartan and T. F. McCarthy) im- 
porters, distillers, agents and 
wholesale liquor dealers, 513 Sac- 
ramento 

Cartegena Juan, oiler, P. M. S. S. Co. 

Carter & Wheeler, (E. Carter and H. Wheel- 
er) manufacturer's agents, 636 
Sacramento 

Carter Abraham, bookkeeper with S. F. Gas- 
light Co., res 445 Bryant 

Bernard, conductor, res 710 Turk 

C, res 724 Bush 

Charles, painter, res 31 Everett 



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Carter Charles C, res 565 Howard 

Charles D., clerk, res 1312 Jackson 

Charles E., barber with J. Ulrich, 

res 234 Steyensou 

Charles H., plasterer, office NE cor 

Bush and Kearny 

Charles J., waiter, Miners' Eestau- 

rant 

Charles W., bookkeeper, Cosmopoli- 
tan Hotel 

Daniel, whitener, cor Second and 

Howard, res A. 79 Clementina 

Everell, (Carter & Wheeler), res 

Oakland 

Fannie, saleswoman, res 926 Market 

Fannie B. Mrs., res 705 Ellis 

Frederick, laborer, res rear 134 Fol- 

som 

Frederick S., bookkeej)er with B. F. 

Sherwood & Co., res 1915 Sacra- 
mento 

George, waiter. Occidental Hotel 

George A., waiter. Eureka restaurant, 

res 218 Brannan 

George Edw., clerk with E. W. Car- 
ter, res 1026 Larkin 

George H., copyist with C. McC. 

Delaney, res 636 Green 

Gilbert, mate brig Crimea, res 628 

Third 

Hial K., stockbroker, res 525% Ste- 



J. F., (A. S. Folger & Co.) res 742 

Market 

James, barkeeper, res 320 Third 

James E., laundryman, S. F. Laun- 
dry, res 1067 Market 
■ James H., show manager, res 4 Ty- 
son pi 
James N., driver, N. B. and M. 

K. E. Co., res 349 Tehama 
John, driver with Singer Mfg. Co., 

res 245 Minna 
John, engineer with M. Fulda & 

Sons, res 313 Bryant 
John, helper, melting and refining 

dept U. S. Mint, res 327 3^ 

Bryant 
John F., millwright. Globe Iron 

Works, res 129 Third 

John S., carpenter, res 236 Sutter 

Carter Joliu T., sec Land Mortgage 

Union, 534 California, res 1915 

Sacramento 
Carter Jolin W., (Foot & C.) attorney- 

at-law, 6 Montgomery Block, res 

Oakland 
Joseph, shoefitter with Einstein Bros. 

& Co., res 935 Hayes 
Joseph K., field-note clerk U. S. 

Sm-veyor - General's office, res 

Wadsworth House 
^ Lizzie Miss, millinery, 934 Market, 

res 926 Market 



Lydia M., widow, res 636 Green 



Carter M. Henry, drayman with W. W. 

Dodge & Co., res 274 Clementina 
• Mary, braid sewer, Atlantic Straw 

Works, res 6 William 

Michael, mechanic, res 20% Garden 

Nicholas, laborer, S. F. Gashght Co., 

res Chff' House road 

• Patrick, laborer, res rear 714 Larkin 

■ Peter, bookkeeper with Steiger & 

Kerr, res 1213 Kearny 
Eebecca Mrs., teacher. South Cos- 
mopolitan Primary School, res 

458 Clementina 
Eichard, fireman, dry dock. Hunter's 

Point, res Ninth av. Hunter's 

Point 
Eobert W., real estate broker, 238 

Montgomery, res 1026 Larkin 
Carter Thomas S., (Kent & C.) res 

1451 Minna 
Walter, clerk with T. Magee, res 513 

Folsom 
William, laborer, with J. Griffin, res 

632 Eddy 
William, laborer. Pacific BaiTel and 

Keg Co 

stevedore, res 242 Fre- 



William H., 

mont 
William H., 

Howard, 



porter with George H 
res 56 Bernard 
William W., bookkeeper with J. Y 

Wilson & Co., res 26 Silver 
, sawyer, res SW cor Brannan and 

Seventh 
Carth Edward, broom maker, res 416 Capp 

bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third 
Carthcut James L., (L. N. Handy & Co.) 

res 27 Stone 
Cartier Victor, lapidarv with J. Laine 

Son, res 722 "Filbert 
Cartmell James, bricklayer, res 25 Second 
Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, res 25 

Second 
Cai-to Benjamin Mrs., res 427 Grove 

-^ Charles, cai'penter, res 607 Linden 

Carton John, laborer, res 414 Pacific 

P. S., real estate, res 801 Filbert 

Cartsen Carl F. J., Scan. Soc, 71 New 

Montgomen' 
Cartwxight Alfred D.," clerk, C. P. E. E., 

freight depot, res Oakland 

C. M., seaman, res 54 Sacramento 

David, teamster, res 20 Howard 

James, (Scott & C.) res 509 Wash 

ington 
Thomas, longshoreman, res 1335 

Pacific 
Cai-ty Elizabeth, music teacher, res 26 Sixth 

James, res 70 Natoma 

James, res Portsmouth House 

Luke, gi'oceries and liquors, NE coi 

Varennes and Union 
Paul, special policeman, res NE coi 

Kearny and Greenwich 



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Carty Stephen, special policeman, res 8 
Folsom 

— William S., carriagemaker, res 19 
Eitch 

Carusi M. J. Mrs., vice-principal Broadway 
Grammar School, res 29 Haw- 
thorne 

Carvalho Elizabeth, widow, res 18 Howard 
crt 

Carver B. F., (Schififer & Co.) res 428 Green- 
wich 
William, laborer, res 29 Minna 

Carvill A. D., clerk with Carvill Manfg Co., 
res 20 Ellis 

— Bernard, hodcarrier. Palace Hotel, 
res 567 Stevenson 

Carvill Manufacturing Co., caniage 
manufactiirers, (0. S. Carvill, 
prest) 180-182 Jessie 

Carvill Orin S., prest. CarviU Maufg 
Co., res 180 Jessie 

Theodore F., clerk with W. T. Cole- 
man i' Co., res 106% Third 

Gary & Blake, (J. G. Cary and W. H. Blake) 
barbers, 640 Clav 

Isaac G., (Cary & Blake) res 929 

Washington 

James C, atty-at-law,oflace507 Mont- 
gomery, res 810 Chestnut 

— Johanna, -w-idow, res NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Filbert 

Masten, laborer Palace Hotel 

Michael, expressman, res 368 Natoma 

— Michael, laborer, res 774 Folsom 

— Patrick, laborer, res Broadway nr 
Larkin 

— Thomas, bricklayer, res Lombard nr 
Franklin 

, widow, res Polk bet Tyler and 

Turk 

Caryl A. W. Mrs., res 115 Fifth 
Casaleggio P., market gardener, 76 Colombo 

Market 
Casamajon «& Fourche, (Auguste Cas- 

amajou and Charles Fourch^) 

restaurant, 509 Pine 
Casainajou Anguste, (Casamajou & 

Fourche) res 509 Pine 

— Hyopolite, baker, res 37 Hinckley 
Casano William, barber, 319 Sansome, res 

720 California 

Casanova Henry, (F. Daneri & Co.) res 1007 
Union 

Jean, with Mrs. C. Bunglet, res 525 

Hayes 

Jose, waiter with Cadenasso, Lavaggi 

& Co., 515 Merchant 

Jos^ E. de, clerk with genl freight 

agent C. P. E. E., Co., res 205 
Seventh 

Dasanueva F. 3nd, Consul General, 
Chile, office 27 U. S. Court Build- 
ing, and manager for the Inter- 
national Exhibition of Chile, for 
1875 



Casassa A., market gardener, 47 Colombo 

Market 

Charles, boarding, rear 517 Union 

Charles, fruit and vegetable dealer, 

res 602 Minna 
Dominick, gardener, res E s Baker 

nr Hayes 

Dominick, painter, res 8 Lafayette pi 

Stephano, vegetable dealer, res rear 

517 Union 
Cascade Blue Gravel M. Co., (Nevada Co., 

Cal.) J. M. Buffington, sec, 37 

Merchants' Exchange 
Casciani Salvador, laborer with P. Belando, 

res 1208 Powell 
Cascinelli G. B., market gardener, 34 Col- 
ombo Market 
Case Charles, bricklayer Palace Hotel 
Edwin G., with George A. Case, res 

Oakland 
Case George A., dentist, 22 Montgomery. 

res 9 Le Eoy pi 

George A., milkman, res 1606 Larkin 

George J., teamster, res 411 Jones 

Joseph D., wharfinger, Oakland 

Ferry wharf, res S s Clipper bet 

Casti-o and Diamond 
P. S., shipwright, Shipwrights' Assn, 

71 New Montgomery 
Casebolt & Copeland, (I. J. Casebolt and H. 

M. Copeland) carriage manfrs, 

S s Oregon bet Front and Davis 
Casebolt & Son, (Henry and Jacob L. Casck- 

bolt) car factory, cor Union and 

Octavia 
Henry, (Casebolt & Son) and vice- 

prest and supt Sutter-st E. E. 

Co., res cor Pierce and Filbert 
Ira J., (Casebolt & Copeland) res 27 

Pleasant 
J. B., wheelwTight with Casebolt & 

Son, res Filbert nr Steiner 
Jacob L., (Casebolt & Son) res 

Greenwich nr Laguna 
James, blacksmith, res S s Pleasant 

nr Jones 
CaseUi Alexandre, capitalist, 603 Washing- 
ton, res 702 Washington 

Charles, cigars and tobacco, res 18% 

Freelon 

George, res 523 Geary 

Casement William K., conductor, Sutter-st 
E. E. Co., res 104 Austin 

Casen Isaac, lumberman with A. M. Simp- 
son, res W s Washington av bet 
Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth 

Casey A Barthrop, (James Casey and 
Edward Barthrop) butchers, 422 
Grove 

Casey & Chute (E. W. Casey and E. Chute) 
agents Boarding Masters' Asan^ 
610 Front 

Ann, widow, res 45 Minna 

Catherine, widow, res 15 Caroline 



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Casey Daniel, baker with James McDevitt, 

res 108 Sixth 
Daniel, foreman with Pacific Ware- 
house, res 15 Hinckly 

Daniel, hatter, res 759 Howard 

Daniel, woodturner with California 

Mills, res 781 Eddy 
Daniel J., blacksmith with H. M. 

Black & Co., res 11 Washington av 

Dennis, pedler, res 117 Shipley 

Dennis, brakesman with S. P. E. E. 

Co., res 606 Fourth 
Edward, laborer, res E s San Bruno 

road nr Twenty-ninth 
Edward W., (Casey & Chute) res 

1208 Sutter 
Eliza, music teacher, res 15 Caroline 



Eugene M., gasfitter, res 441 Natoma 

Frank, waiter. Occidental Hotel 

Francis M., bootmaker with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht, res NW cor Market 
and Oak 

Henry, clerk, res 15 Caroline 

Hem-y, laborer, res 37 First 

Henry, shoemaker with Porter, Blum 

& Slessinger, res 17 Bowen's 
Block, South S. F. 

Henry A., clerk, Eecorder's office, res 

1512 Franklin 

Hugh, tailor, res 17 Bowen's Block, 

South S. F. 
Casey James, (Casey & Barthiop) res 6 

Antonio 
James, res E s Bartlett ni- Twenty- 
Seventh 

James, laborer, res 5 Zoe 

James, roller with Pacific Rolhng 

Mills 
John, barkeeper with Hail & Kear- 
ney, res 273 Minna 

John, carpenter, res 1149 Harrison 

John, carrier Post, res Washington 

av bet Ninth and Tenth 

John, fireman S. F. Gaslight Co., res 

Goodsell pi 

John, gasfitter with John E. Craig, 

res W s Main nr Folsom 

John, grocer, 1224 Folsom 

John, policeman, res 37 Perry 

John, porter, Euss House 

John, tanner, res 14 Haggin 

John, teamster with Geo. B. Knowles, 

res 114 Austin 

Joseph, clerk, res 15 Caroline 

Joseph, tailor, res 759 Howard 

Joshua B., carpenter, res 29 Minna 

Kate Miss, teacher. Pine and Larkiu- 

st Primary School, res 1511 Clay 

Lawrence, grocery, 941 Bryant 

Margaret, widow, res 11 Salmon 

Matthew, barkeeper with J. C Car- 
roll, res 737 Market 
Michael, cabinetmaker, res E s Clin- 
ton nr Bryant 



Casey Michael, carpenter, res 1511 Leaven- 
worth 

Michael, laborer, res Montgomery's 

Hotel 

Michael, mate stmr Amador 

Michael, laborer, res 63 Clementina 

Owen, grocery, NW cor Dora and 

Bryant 

Patrick, gasfitter. Palace Hotel 

Patrick, nail-moulder with Weed & 

Kingwell, res 24 Nevada 

Patrick, steward stmr Grenada, ] 

rear 412 Post 



Peter, bootmaker, res 1125 Mission 

P. C, laborer with P. M. S. S. Co 

P. J., painter, office NE cor Bush and 

Kearny, res 323% Minna 

Eichard, carpenter, res 561 Bryant 

Thomas, crockery, stoves and tin- 
ware, 106 Fourth, res Twenty- 
third nr Mission 
Thomas, woodcutter, res 1210 Broad- 
way 

Thomas P., clerk, Eecorder's office, 

res 82 Natoma 

Thomas J., stockbroker, res Eevere 

House 

William, carpenter, res 618 Minna 

William, porter. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

W. P., teacher higher mathematics 

Heald's Business College, res 24 
Post 
Cash George A., porter. Eureka warehouse, 

res 526 Howard 
George A., groceries, SW cor Frank- 
lin and Fell 

James, with Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., 

res 433 Broadway 

M., laborer, res 433 Broadway 

CashdoUar C. H., salesman, 27 Second, res 

26% Kearny 
Cashell Frank, longshoreman, res rear 11 

Hinckley 
Cashen Benjamin, laborer, res 413 Vallejo 
Cashin D. M., box clerk S. F. P. O., res 41 
Everett 

Eichard, bootfitter with Eosseter & 

Smith, res 23 Ellis 

Eichard, stableman with William 

Kerr, 903 Battery 
Cashman «fe OalliTan, (Eichard Cash 
man and John Gallivan) wines 
and liquors, 309 Broadway 
Cashman Cornelius C, laborer. Enterprise 
mill, res 245 Minna 

Daniel, conductor, O. E. E. Co 

Dennis, laborer, res 8 Silver 

James, ship^vl•ight, res 236 Eitch 

John, laborer, res 7 Natoma 

John^J"., clerk, res NE cor Fulton 

am. Broderick 

Mary A., widow, res NE cor Fiiltou 

and Broderick 

Michael, moulder with Steiger <fe Kerr, 

res cor Fulton and Broderick 



N. W. SPAULDING, 



Manufacturer of Patent INSERTED TOOTH 

CIRCULAR SAWS, 17 and 19 Fremont S 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, 434 MONTGOMERY ST., 

Dealer in all kinds of REAL ESTATE— MONEY LOANED. 



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Cashman Morris, shiiiwiight, res 236 Ritch 

— Patrick H., painter, res NE cor Ful- 
ton and Broderick 

Cashmau Richard, (Casbman & Galli- 
van) res 402 Broadway 

— Theodore J., barkeeper, 37 Post, res 
NE cor Fulton and Broderick 

— William, pressman with H. S. Crocker 
& Co., res 522% Howard 

— William, shi^jwi-ight, res 236 Eitch 
Cashner Charles, shipwright, Shipwi-ights' 

Assn., 71 New Montgomery 
Casilly J. P., physician, 351 Fourth 
Casiiuir J., proptr Kueustler HaUe, 
SW cor Clay and Kearny, res 912 
Washington 
Casley Michael, harnessmaker, res 140 Na- 

toma 

Cason Joseph H., barber, res 111-4 Powell 
Caspari Otto, (Ammon, C. & Co.) res Liv- 
erpool 
Casper Jean, res Niicleus House 

— Wolf, tailor, 635 Mission 
Caspersen Julius, woodcarver with Warren 

& Schiller, res 334 Third 
Martin, Scan. Soc, 71 New Mont- 
gomery 
Cass Joseph, teamster, res 1837 Stevenson 

Jialia Miss, res rear 310% Eitch 

Eichard, teamster, Mission Woolen 

Mills, res 1837 Stevenson 

• Eobert, butcher, res 51 Louisa 

William, laborer, res 1230 Broadway 

William J., gasfitter with C. W. 

Thomas, res 173 Minna 
Cassagnaber Joseph, proprietor Lafaj-ette 

Hoiise, 73G Pacific 
Cassar Michael, fisherman, res 526 Pacific 
Cassebohm William, deputy City and County 

Treasurer, res 757 Harrison 
Cassell Elijah, bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

— Jackson, collector with National Gold 
Bank and Trust Co., res 621 
Pine 

— Julius, bootmaker, res 808 Union 

Joseph F., bricklaj^er, res 172 Minna 

John F., mining supt, office 402 

Montgomery, res 2118 Pacific 

Leonard, vdth. 'Eureka Salt Works, 

res NW cor Brvant and Fremont 
, widow, res 231 Fell 

Cassen Henry, expressman, cor Geary and 
Market, res rear 607 Greenwich 

Henry, jr., clerk, res rear 607 Green- 

■R-ich 

Cassera Geuaro, collector, res 33 John 

Casseraga L., waiter, St. Ignatius College, 
res 841 Market 

Casserly Eugene, attv-at-law and prest Safe 
Deposit Co. of S. F., office 316 
California, res 1030 Bush 

John, clerk, Broadway Hotel 

Casserly Patrick, proptr Railroad 
House, NE cor Sansome and Pa- 
cific 



Cassidy A., (Phillips & C.) res 130 
Berri' 

Bridget Mrs., lodgings, 773 Folsom 

Charles, cabinetmaker with E. & L. 

Emanuel 

Charles, clerk, res 933 Howard 

E., widow, res E s Bryant nr Twen- 
ty-fourth 
Hugh, laborer, res Natoma nr Fif- 
teenth 

James, waiter, res 1030 Stockton 

John, fireman, stmr Santa Cruz 

John, horsetrainer, res N s Point Lo- 

bos road bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-fii'st av 

John, laborer, res 25 Everett 

John, salesman with Wm. M. Wind- 
sor, res 609 Minna 

John, waiter. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

John C, carpet beater, res 548 Jessie 

J. C, shijiwright, Shipwi-ights' Assn, 

71 New Montgomery 

John H., engineer, res NW cor First 

and Bryant 

Mary, miUiner, res Webb House 

Mary Mrs., res 179 Jessie 

Mary, widow, res E s Gilbert nr 

Brannan 

M. A. Miss, music teacher, res E s 

Bryant nr Twenty-fom-th 

Owen, miner, res 402 Broadway 

Pa^ck, laborer, res 765 Bryant 

Pati-ick, laborer, C. P. E. E. Co., res 

King Street House 

Wiliam, caulker, res 169 Perry 

, stevedore with Menzies & Bing- 
ham 
Cassie William, silversmith with Schulz & 

Fischer, res 423% Clementina 
Cassin F. & P. J., (F. Cassin and P. J. 
Cassin) importers and dealers in 
\s-ines and liquors, 523 Front 

Francis, (F. & P. J. Cassin) res 959 

Howard 

Francis, jr., res 959 Howard 

John, miner, res 236 Sutter 

Martin, laborer, res 245 Clementina 

Mary Frances, teacher music and 

langiaages, res 959 Howard 

N., res Dominican Monastery, NW 

cor Bush and Steiner 

Patrick J., (F. & P. J. Cassin) res 

624 EUis 

Peter, shoemaker with I. M. Went- 

worth & Co., res Clara av nr Sev- 
enteenth 
Cassinett John, gardener, W s Bay View 

road. Bay View 
Casson John, milkman, res Silva av., nr San 

Bruno road 
Cassuben Ernest, paper hanger and whitener, 

515 Bush 
Cassiillo G. B., market gardener, 14 Colombo 
Market 



mmmi msoesNCE co, of chliforiu. 



Office, 228 California St. 



SHIRTS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, 

BEAMISH'S, Nucleus Building, cor. THIRD and MARKET Sis. 



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Cast Steel Shoe and Die Co., W. E. To\m- 
send sec, 330 Pine 

Castagnello Antonio, gardener, res old San 
Jose road nr Industrial School 

Castagnet Peter, liquor saloon, W s Sixth 
nr Kailroad av, South S. F 

Castagnetto Manuel, fisherman, res Twen- 
tieth av nr Bay View 

Castagnino Emanuel, carpenter, 903 Green- 
wich, res 2017 Taylor 

Castan Seymour, butcher, res S s First av 
ni- Kentucky 

Castel F., second-hand furniture, 813 Clay 

Castelhun Frederick J., atty-at-law, office 
607 Kearny, res 1606 ■ Leaven- 
worth 

M. A. Miss, Principal South Cosm. 

Primary School, res 1606 Leaven- 
worth 

Castell Mary, widow, res 1108 Pacific 

Castello H. C, bookkeeper, res 26 Stone 

Joseph, oysterman with Emerson 

Corville & Co., res 415 Pine 

McHeni-y, barkeeper with J. Wain- 

wright, res 808 Taylor 

CasteUon B. Mrs., res 403 Thii-d 

Juan, jeweler, res 21 Scott 

Castillo Isabella de, Mme., res 18 Fifth av 

Jose, carpenter, res 10 Commercial 

Keyes, fortuneteller, 810 Pacific 

Castinetti Pedi'o, laborer, res 5 Gaven 

Castis George, waiter -with N. Castis, 107 
Third 

Castis Nicholas, proptr Third-st Eotis- 
serie, 107 Third 

Castle Albert E., supt Heald's Business Col- 
lege, res 24 Post 

Charles, cigars and tobacco, 356 Third, 

res 18 Freelon 

Castle Brothers (Fred. L. Castle) importers 
and wholesale grocers, 213-215 
Front, res NE cor Van Ness av 
and Sutter 

Charles H., carpenter, res 227 Post 

Frederick L. (Castle Bros.) res SE 

cor Slitter and Van Ness av 

M., 621 O'Farrell 

Patrick, liquor saloon, "W s San Jose 

road nr Six Mile House 

Walter M., clerk vdth. Castle Bros., 

res NE cor Van Ness av and 
Sutter 

Castner Charles A., sparmaker,res 917 Bryant 

Frederick S. gardener, res E s Mis- 
sissippi ni- Solano 

Castor Joseph, porter with A. Fenkhausen 
& Co., res 22 Le^ds 

Castorf Henry, res 668 Mission 

Castro Manuel, real estate, res Portsmouth 
House 

Caswell D., driver, O. K. E. Co 

E., piano tuner with. Sherman & 

Hyde, res 106 Foiu-th 

E. E., Mrs., im^jorter French milii- 

nerv. 28 Post 



CasweU George W., clerk vrith James G. 

Steele, res 521 Montgomery 
Harvey, clerk with general freight 

agent C. P. E. E. Co., res 535 Post 
John C, boatbuilder, res East bet 

Washington and Clay 

William, master mariner, res 449 First 

Catania Josepb, (Larkins, Catania <fe 

Sposito) res 515 Union 
Cate Charles, bricklayer Palace Hotel, res 

712% Tehama 
Catechi Jose, fisherman,, res 21 Commercial 
CatelU Mariano, framemaker with Lippi 

Bros., res 749 Market 
Silvio, baker with B. Eatto & Co., 

res 427 Pacific 
Cathay WiUiam, shipwi-ight, res W s Bryant 

bet Twenty-third and Twenty- 

foui-th 
Cathcart Alfred B., stockbroker, res 420 Te- 
hama 
James, cooper with D. Dodge, res 

Green's crt 
Maurice, beU boy, Grand Hotel, res 

20 Sherwood pi 
Catherwood Edwin C, real estate, 418 Cali- 
fornia, res 309 Ellis 
Catholic Onardian, Catholic Publica- 
tion Co. publishers, office 403 

Sansome 
Catholic Orphan Asylum, bet Sixteenth and 

Seventh avs, nr Eailroad av. 

South S. F. 
Catholic Publication Co., F. DiUon 

Eagan, manager, office 403 San- 
some 
Catlin B. T., return clerk Naval Office Cus- 
tom House, res 207 Taylor 
Catoir Hannah ilrs., ladies' nurse, res 521 

Taylor 
Julius, butcher, -nith Saulman & 

Lauenstein, res 213 Prospect pi 
Caton Emanuel, cook, New Wisconsin Hotel 
Caton Michael, laborer, Union Iron Works, 

res 23 Mission 
Cator Honora, widow, saloon, 422 Drumm 
Cattarina & Co., (E.J. Cattarina and V. 

Valentine) water meUon depot, 

420 Davis 
Emanuel J., (Cattarina & Co.) res 7 

St. Mary's pi 
Mathew M., porter with Sanderson &, 

Horn, res 605 Greenwich 
CatteraU Thomas, cai-penter, 1013 Market 
Cattermole Charles, clerk with C. Hubert & 

Co., res 1603 Mason 
John, master, bark Bohemia, rea 

1603 Mason 

Eobert, carpenter, res 530 Valencia 

Catton Charles H., bookkeeper with J. W. 

Grace & Co., res 26 ElUs 
Frederick E., cashier with Falkner, 

Bell & Co., res 1417 Taylor 
Walter D., bookkeeper with J. M, 

Shotwell. res 1417 Tavlor 



E. P. FELLOWS & CO., '°"S, 



for FRITZCHE, SCHIMMEL & CO.'S 
ESSENTIAL OILS and FLAVORING EXTROTS. 



GEO. W. CHAPIN, ALWAYS READY TO BUY AND SELL 



REAL ESTATE. 



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Catton William M., clerk with Dickson, De 

Wolf & Co., res 1417 Taylor 
Cau Anna, widow, res 6 Washoe pi 
Caughell Peter, master mariner, res N s Point 

Lobos road ni- Boyce 
Caulfield Alban B., salesman with Preble & 

Co., res 209 Geary 
Henrs', clerk \vith P. F. Butler, res 

228 Ritch 

Martin, laborer, res 59 Clementina 

Michael, bootmaker with S. W. Kos- 

enstock & Co., res 155 Minna 

Michael, laborer, res McGrath's Hotel 

P., laborer, res 640 Minna 

Patrick, laborer, res Union, between 

Gough and Octavia 
Cauly Patrick, laborer, res 28 Main 

see Cawley 

Causel Jas., painter, res St. Nicholas Hotel 
Cavagnaro Felice, marble-polisher with A. 

Palteughi, res 14 Union pi 

Fiorenzo, artist, res Koma Hotel 

Frank, bootmaker, 1516 Stockton 

Cavalli Andrea, machinist, 510 Pine, 

res 960 Filbert 
Cavallier Julius P., mining secretary, 513 

Calfornia 
CaTan George, carpenter and builder, 

813 Montgomery, res White House 

Hotel 
James D., millman, California Mill, 

res 946 Folsom 
Caranagli «fc Jansen, (Thomas J. Cav- 

anagh, and George M. Jansen) 

hquor saloon, 140 Second 
Chas., bootmaker with Buckingham 

& Hecht, res 225 Fourth 

Dora, widow, res 109 Ninth 

Edward, blacksmith with A. Muir & 

Co., res cor Ninth and Minna 

. Everett, blacksmith, res 750 Minna 

James, carpenter, res E s Valencia, 

bet Quiun & Ridley 
James, caulker, res NW cor Fol- 
som and Harriet 
John C, gardener, res SW cor Po- 

trero av and Santa Clara 
John D., sec Bricklayers' Proe. and 

Ben. Society, office 224 Sutter, 

res 417 Stevenson 
Maggie, chambermaid, Occidental 

Hotel 

Maurice, tinroofer, res 725 Branuan 

Pati-ick, teamster, res 1511 Larkin 

Richard, laborer, res 2009 Dupont 

Thomas, caulker, res E s Harrison, 

bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty- 
fifth. 
Thos. harnessmaker ^^^[th Main & 

Winchester, res 25 Clementina 
Cavanagli Thomas J., (Cavanagh & 

Jansen) res 140 Second 

Timothy, res 617 Mission 

WiUiam, boilermaker, res 4 Natoma 

William, hostler, res 10 Le^-is 



Cavanaugh James, shoemaker, res 457 Jessie 

Patrick, painter, res 24 Howard crt 

Peter, jr., capitalist, res Brooklyn 

Hotel 

— Walter, laborer, res 366 >^ Natoma 

see Kavanagh 

Cavarly John M., captain with P. M. S. S. Co. 
Cave Thomas C, res 803 Hyde 
Caveney John, machinist, res 4 Thompson ay 
Caverly, Ann, widow, res 1103 Montgomery 
John H., -svines and liquors, 819 Bat- 
tery, res 1018 Montgomery 
Cavieri D., market gardener, 45 Colombo 

Market 
Cavo Agostino, marbleworker with S. Cam-. 

podonico, 1130 Market 
Cawley Edward H., foreman with Union 

Warehouse 

John, laborer, res 30 Natoma 

William, saloon, 542 First, res 823 

Folsom 
Cawson Benjamin, weaver with Mission 

Woolen MiUs, res Center House 
Cay J., res 719 Clay 
Caylat Eugene S., salesman ^\^th Kaindler & 

Co., res 835 Mission 
Cayzer Edwin, gunsmith with Liddle & 

Kaeding, res 402 Broadway 
Cazeanx D., (P. B. Berges & Co.) res 

540 Washington 
Jean, butcher with M. Bonis, res 119 

Broadway 
Cazeres Guillaume, butcher with B. Mon- 

brousou, res Broadway bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 
Cazneau Augusta Mrs., res 1709 Dupont 

Jennj-, widow, res 536 Third 

William L., clerk, res 1709 Dupont 



Cebold Albert, seaman, res SE cor Spear and 

Harrison 
Cecil Louis, with T. L. Terrien, cor Dupont 

and Biish 

John, teacher, Industrial School 

Theodore, sawj'er with Richardson 

& Holland, res cor Jones and 

Ellis 
Cecile Madame, hair di-esser, 11 Stockton 
Ceck Andi-ew, res 409 Pacific 
Cedar and Pilot Knob Quicksilver Mining 

Co., (Lake Co., Cal.) D. Buck, 

sec, 331 Montgomery 
Cederbiug First Northerly Extension G. M. 

Co., (Greenwood, Cal.) J. N. 

Webster, sec, 420 Montgomery 
Cederberg First Southerly Extension G. M. 

Co. (Greenwood, Cal.) J. N. 

Webster, sec, 420 Montgomery 
Cederberg Gold Mining Co., (El Dorado, Cal. ) 

D. M. Bokee, sec, 215 Sansome 
Cederbloom John, blacksmith with S. F. 

Boiler Works, res 219 Fust 
Cederhohn John, carriagemaker with Edward 

Saul, res Montgomery House 
Cefous James, barber, 1026 Market, res 10 U 

Pacific 



R. J. TRUMBULL, '"••°''^^'' '"' ""'■" '" ?f"« 



SANSOME STREET. 



EUREKA FOUNDRY, THOMPSON BROS., Proprietors, 

cunt.i\n ruui«uiii, 129 and 131 BEALE ST,, bet. MISSION and HOWARD. 



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216 



CHA 



Celeste Madame, widow, res Hickory av nr 

Islais creek 
Cella Antonio, marble polisher with Bianchi 

& Cuneo, res 14 Union pi 
Giovanni B.,marblecutter, res Eoma 

Hotel 
Cellarius Charles, bookkeeper with H. Zach- 

arias,' resll"23 Btish . 

George, musician, res 417 Broadway 

Celle John B., paper boxmaker with M. 

"Waizman, res 5 Margaret pi 
Lorenzo, wood and' 'coal .yard, cor 

Brauuan and Seventh, 
Celler M., expressman, vei .^727 Folsom 
Cellner William, cigar manufacturer, 

717 Saxisome V A 

Ceno Angelina, widow, r^s 13 UiS^on , 
Centennial Commissioner df Califorma, of&ce 

NE cor KearuyrAhd' Post 
Center Daviel, carpe/ite's^,' res W s Folsom bet 

'iwentieth anclp-l'wenty-first 

George, sm'eltej-,, res -f'33 Sixteenth 

Center Hoitse, ^ohn B: liesehell, proptr, 

2009 Folsom ■• ■•; 

James',"' I'es 1916 Howard,' 

John, r,eal-estate,bffice 420 California, 

res 73,3 SiXteeirth / ?^ . ;' ■- • , - ' 

Moses,; clerk,' 79*3; Mission -. ;" ' - ■ 

William, clerk tvd^h J^hri, Center, res 

783 Sixtefenth ;| ~ ; 
Central Bat]d^, liouife CofriVlau,- , proptr, 113 

deary J ' ; ■ " ' 
Central Cioi.al -۩;., P.^'K.^Shattnck, prest, 

G^'pi^g^'gly Lijring, agent, 110 Jack- 
son . - ' .- 
Central Drug.-^io(re, H. H; Jndson, 

prr»ptr;NW cCri' Stockton and Ellis 
Central Ii<»tel, M^ohae! Eaiiell, proptr, 

8-l4-'8ia .^aasoxud 
Central B[o«4e,-M;a5:Jn' c^c Nott, proptr, 

SE coi;'Busli-aiid Bdik 
Central Ip&ci^^ J^1|lroad Bntild- 

ing, n¥ cm-^OTrth and.Town- 

^end" \\ C-'. -*_ 
Central J*acific T^ailioa* Co., Le- 

Iknd Stanfora^^-prest| E. H.. Mil- 
ler, jr., sec; At N. t;To-«Tie, genl 

^upt ; general office, l^lE cor Fom-th 

^nd Townsend. Oakland and Ala- 

ineda Ferry eori^^avis-aiid Pacific. 

San JosB Passenger Depot cor 

IPoui-th f&u King.'-^reight Depots 

jFourth, King and I'bwnsend 
Central Pacific Eal^ Road steamer'offiee, W. 

H. Moor, supt, NE cor Front and 

Broadway 
Central Bail Road Co., Reuben Morton supt, 

office 116 Taylor 
Central Railroad House, Michael Lyons, 

proptr, 21 Sixth 
Central S. M. Co., (Storey Co., Ney.) Wm. 

Willis, sec, 419 Cal 
Central Wool Depot, J. H. McAllister, 

proptr, N s Townsend bet Fifth 

and Sixth 



Centre Mar feet, D. C. Littlefield, man- 
ager, SE cor Sutter and Dupont 

Cerbo Henry, clerk vnth Bucking & Postel, 
res 1108 Pacific 

Cereghino Benedetto, wood and coal, 428- 
430 Pacific 

G., bootmaker, 5 Belden pi 

John, - marblesawyer with G. Brig- 

nardello, res 13 Union pi 

Luigi, bootblack; Merchant nr Mont- 
gomery ' ; _•.' 

Ri^cco, groceries and liquors, E s 

• Mission' bet" Twenty -ninth and 
'4Chii-tieth 
Cerelli & Raffo, (S. Cerelli and G. B. 

iCaffo) retail liquors, 525 Sansome 
Cerelli !$.4^>astiaab, (Cerelli & Raffo) 

res -^ Vincent 
Cerf Albert J., '(%, Cerf & Co.) res 716 Post 

— Ein.anuel,'';jiorse dealer, res 935 Cal 

J. &rCo., (H. and A. Cerf) importers 



' : crockery^^ glass and china-ware, 
'515 Markoc " 

Jules,-('J.; Ceil.& Co.) res 716 Post 

Julia^ widow, IWgings, 1123 Stockton 

Cerf Mo^esI ("Block ^an & Co.) res 1203 

; Sutter . 

Cergogha Antonio-, wait|t- with Charles Smith, 
' rea Clay bet fstockton and Powell 

Cerini Frank,:potCle dealer, 205-207 Davis, 

res Oakland^ 
Cerro Bonito QuicksilW M. Co., J. W. 

Clark; sec, 4*18 California 
Cevasco G; B,,-^;giiolisrfer La Voce del Po- 

poiOF-res 60^: Washington 
Chabert Urbaitt, restaii\ant, junction Wash- 
ington ancf Montgomery av 
Chace Henry B., saV\man with D. A. Mc- 
,;.. Donald c^' ,, res 952 Howard 

Nathtiii L.,- '■ .1 with O. Lawton 

. / &\jO., ' Mission bet Four- 

t^entlj^,cau. ifteenth 

see Cha&-^ 

Chadborirne C jt'., agent, Mowry & Co., 

(E .^oit) tobacco, 200 California, 

f'es cor Byi^gton and Webster 
Chadb^iirne Forest S., sec, California 
i :^irnitme Manfg Co., 220-226 

Bush, res cor Bush and Leaven- 
/ worth 
Chadtourne Jal>oz, atty and counsel- 

lor-at-law,5:48 California, res 1322 

Hyde 
Joshua,. (Rider,' Somers & Co.) res 

W s Treat av nr Twenty-second 
Levi, salesman with J. Burnap, res 

420 Leavenworth 
Thomas J., Eclipse Bakery, 1412- 

1418 Dupont, office 200 Davis, 

res 208 Turk 
Chadwick George, clerk with Renton, Smith 

& Co., res 264 Tehama 

John, res 1217>^ Howard 

Joseph L., waterproof paints, 333 

Fifth, res 516 Seventh 



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GLOSS LABELS 



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A. Chaigneau & Co. 



536 CLAY sit.. BELOW \MONTGOMERY 

(i-Over the Pacific. Fruit Market) 



The WlosI Complete Label Pflnling Eslablishment 

. ON THE PACIFIC COAST 

IMPROVED PRESSES 

FRESH IN^KS-FINE COLOURS 

; first-class; ENGRAVING 

(on ZINC 'or wood) 
' ETC., etc'.',' ETC. 



FRUIT LABELS — SPICE LABELS 

SALMON LABELS — SOAP LABELS — PAINT LABELS 

DRUGGISTS' LABELS 

WINE LABELS — LIQUOR LABELS 

. ETC., ;etc. 



Calling atteivuon to the foregoing^ we b^ leave to inform ojur fiiends, 
and the public generally, tRat we aie no\v prepared to do a\i kinds of 
Plain & Ornamental Job Prfxting. Having supjjlied ourselves with 
an entire new outfit, comprising all the latest styles of Type, as well as 
the most improved Presses, Machinery, etc., all work intrusted to our 
care will be executed in the best stvle, with promptness, and at Eastern 
rates. 

A. CHAIGNEAU & CO. 
Ar,i.-R:.;DCHAiG.\i:Aii Fkruix.vnu Nkubkrgkr Paul Chaigxkau 



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GEO. W. CHAPIN, REAL ESTATE AGENT, 



434 MONTGOMERY STREET- 



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CHA 



Cliad'srick Nathaniel G., builder, res 1937 
Broadway 

Chaflfee H. C, saloon, NE cor Sixteenth and 
Dolores 

Chaharon Matthew, laborer, vrith D. Ghir- 
, ardelli, res Oakland 

Chaiguean A. & Co., (A. Chaigneau, 
F. Neuberger and Paul Chaig- 
neau) book and job printers, 536 
Clay 

Cbaigneau Alfred. (A. Chaigneau & 
Co.) res SW cor Valencia and 
Twenty-second 

F. A., medical student, 650 Washing- 
ton, res SW cor Valencia and 
Twenty-second 

Cbaignean Paul, (A. Chaigneaii & Co.) 
res SW cor Valencia and Twenty- 
second 

Victor, clerk, res SW cor Valencia 

Twenty-second * 

Victoh-e, widow, res SW cor Valencia 

and Twenty-second 

Chaine Achille, woodcarver with Warren & 
Schiller, res California Hotel 

Chaler Fran<^ois, tailor, res Sullivan's Bid 

Challenge Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey 
Co., Nev.) W. E. Dean, sec, 419 
California 

Challenge Gold and Silver Mining Co., T. 
J. Owens, sec, 213 Sansome 

Challenge Silver Mining Co. (Panamint, 
Cal.) W. R. Townsend, sec, 330 
Pine 

ChaUiol George, tailor, res 15 William 

Challoner Marj- A., widow, res 439 Green 

Chalmers A. B. Miss, teacher, Pine and 
Larkin-st Primary School, res 
1409 Bush 

John C, bookkeeper -with H. H. No- 

ble & Co., res 116 O'Fan-ell 

Hugh, res 15 Ellis 

Peter, waiter, Cremome Oyster 

House, res 745 Market 
WilUam L., general agent California 

Insurance Co., res 1128 McAl- 
lister 
Chambelle Alfred, porter, with F. ChevaUer 

& Co., res 614 Front 
Chamber of Commerce, second floor 

Merchants' Exchange 
Chamberlain Abbey, -n-idow, res Fifteenth 

av bet P'and Q, South S. F 

Charles, bricklayer, res 822 Folsom 

Chamberlaiu Cbarles H., receiver 

U. S. Laud Office, office 506 

Jackson, res Oakland 
Eloise, widow, boarding and lodging, 

NW cor Bush and Stockton 

Henry L., res 1710 Larkin 

Cbamberiain I^eila Mrs., (Leila 

Cui-tis & Co.) res Oakland 

Romeo M., res 1717 Webster 

Phelps, physician and sm-geon, office 

652 Market, res 604 Leavenworth 



Chamberlain W. E., jr., supt business dept 
BusinessCoUege, res 26% Pacific 
Kearny 
Chamberlin A. G., chop-house, 21 Vallejo 

Charles C, millman, California mill, 

res 314 Bush 

Edward, brakeman, S. P. R. R. Co 

Chamberlin £dwin, wine and liquor 
saloon, 304 California, res 704 
Sutter 

Mrs., lodgings, 531 Geary 

Robert S., thii-d asst engineer P. M. 

S. S. Co 
Chambers Alexander C, carpenter, res 408 
Laguna 

A. J., assayer with Riehn, Hemme & 

Co., res W s Bryant bet Twenty- 
thu-d and Twenty-fourth 

A. W., carpenter. Palace Hotel 

Benjamin S., moulder, Risdon Iron 

Works, res U. S. Hotel 

Canie, widow, res 615 Lombard 

E. W., bricklayer, res National Hotel 

Effie Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 

305 Thii-d 

— George, conductor, res cor Sixteenth 

and Mission 
George, messenger, U. S. Surveyor- 
General's office, res 37 Clar- 
ence pi 

James, plumber, res 6 Hyde 

John P., butcher with Josejjh Kane, 

res 118 Fifth 

Joseph, expressman, res 606 Second 

J. B., bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

J. S., rigger. Palace Hotel 

Thomas, porter with Greenebaum &: 

Co., res 613 Third 
W., harnessmaker. City R. R. Co 



Chamorro Mariano, bootfitter -n-ith G. Burk- 
hardt, res 1326 Stockton 

Champion Consolidated M. and S. Co., 
(White Pine Co., Nev.) J. M. 
Buffington, see, 37 Merchants' 
Exchange 

Champion Thomas, teamster, res 1520 Post 

W. H., coachdriver. International 

Hotel 

Champlin Calvin H., clerk with S. L. Mas- 
tick & Co., res 1431 Howard 

John L., clerk with Commercial In- 
surance Co., res 1126 Pine 

J. L., special policeman, res 1820 

Market 

Champreaux Alfred, brass moulder with W. 
T. Garratt, res 10 Sonora 

Gustav, brass finisher with W. T. 

Garratt, res 10 Sonora 

Chance S. M. Co. (White Pine, Nev.) Jos. 
Marks sec, 419 CaUfornia 

Chanci Joseph, gardener, res old San Jos^ 
road nr Industrial School 

Chandler August, painter, res rear 414 Clem- 
entina 



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Chandler Charles, wine and liquor sa- 
loon, California Theater, res 1907 
Stockton 
Charles, barkeeper \vith J. G. Brew- 
ton, res 726 Filbert 
Edwin J., clerk with Crane & Brig- 
ham, res 1425 Hyde 

F. P. Mrs., lodgings, res 26 Ellis 

Frank, conductor. N. B. and M. E., 

E. Co., res 114 Minna 

George C, painter with Wason & 

Morris, res S s Eleventh bet Har- 
rison and Bryant 

George, tailor ^<n.th. F. Dixey, res 

1208 Larkin 
Chandler George W., (Harrington & 
Co.) res Pescadero 

James, hostler. South Park Stables, 

res 415 Brannan 

John A., see Board U. S. Inspectors 

Steam Vessels, office 11 U. S. 
Court bid, res 9 Fourth 

J. L., res 1707 Mason 

Kate Mrs., res 737 Market 

Chandler R. D., importer and dealer in 
coal and iron and agent for East- 
port Coos Bay Coal, 118-120 Pa- 
cific, res 789 Chestnut 

E. H., master mariner, res 1425 Hyde 

■ — Eobert, waiter, stmr Oriflamme 

Chandler Thomas, sailors' boarding- 
house, 504-506 Davis 

William S., with P. M. S. S. Co., res 

S s Dimcan bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores 
Chaney W. H., professor of astronomy, 

office 314 Bush 
Change House, (Stevenson Building) SW 

cor Montgomery and California 
Chanhomme J., res 820 "Washington 
Channel J. W., carpenter, res 615 Bush 
Chapeau L., broker, res 732 Washington 
Chapel Deodatus, machinist with Joshua 

Hendy, res 5 Dora 
Chapelew Joseph, bricklayer. Bricklayers' 
* Prot. and Ben. Soc, 234 Sutter 

Chapell B. Miss, teacher, Ladies' Prot. and 
Belief Soc, res SE cor Franklin 
and Geai-y 
Chapin Clara H. Miss, artist, res 910 How- 
ard 

E. S., First Lieut. Co. K, Fourth Ar- 

tilleiy, U. S. A., res Fort Alcatraz 

Frank E., clerk, res 456 Guerrero 

Frank S., journalist, res 910 Howard 

Chapin George W., real estate agent, 
office 434 Montgomery, res 1006 
Washington 

■■ Ida J. Miss, adjuster, Coiner's Dept, 

U. S. Mint, res 652 Mission 

Samuel A., mining, 65 Merchants' 

Exchange, res 203 Powell 
Chaplin George M.; helper with Pacific Saw 
Co., res SW cor Oak and FiU- 



Chaplin Samuel D., clerk with Whittier, Ful- 
ler & Co., res 7 Prospect pi 

Chapman «fc Bauer, (John B. Chap- 
man and John Bauer) night work 
contractors, 313 Dupont [see 
adv. page 2b.] 

B. C, waiter, res 637 VaUejo 

Belle Miss, actress CaUfomia Thea- 
ter, res 120 Prospect pi 

Benjamin, with Cornell Watch Co 

Charles D., house and sign painter, 

res 1204 California 

Charles D., music teacher, res 1123 

EUis 

C. M. Mrs., human hair, 25 New 

Montgomery, res Twenty-third 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Chapman Cyrus C, (Spruance, Stan- 
ley & Co.) res 15 EUis 

E. K., res 405 Powell 

Frank, house-painter, res 234 Sixth 

Frederick, compositor with Kane & 

Cook, res 530 Pine 

George, laborer, S. F. Gashght Co., 

res 534 Folsom 

George, upholsterer, res 589 Market 

G. Mrs., teacher embroidery and wax 

work, res 589 Market 

G. W., hairdealer, res W s Twenty- 
third m- Alabama 

Henry, jeweler, res 1516 Leaven- 
worth 

Chapman Howard, (D. A. Macdonald 
& Co.) res 2505 Clay 

James, cook, N. Y. Bakeiy, res 531 

Stevenson 

Chapman James F., (J. W. Grace & 
Co.) res Brooklyn 

James W., dairy produce, 72 CaUfor- 

nia Market," res 1623 Post 

John, miner, res 50-jf Post 

John, miner, res 660 Mission 

Chapman John B., (Chapman & 
Bauer) res 2311 Mason 

— John E., di-iver with Magiiire & Daly, 

res 1623 Post 

J., miner, res Montgomery's Hotel 

J. W., compositor, res 1623 Post 

Margaret, widow, res 16 Hinckley 

Oliver, clerk, res 141 Fifth 

PhiUp, carpenter. Enterprise Mill, 

741 Market 

Ealph J., exjjressman, SW cor Post 

and Montgomery, res 1013 Mis- 
sion 

Eobert, earner S, F. P. 0., res 346 

Third 

. E. E., earner S. F. P. 0., res 1105 

Pine 

Samuel H., (TeiriU & C.) res 120 

Prospect pi 

Sarah Mrs., music teacher, res 346 

Third 

W. S., real estate, 306 Pine, res 

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Chapman William, bartender -with F. Garcia 

Chapot B., saloon, cor Fifth Av and M, 
South S. F. 

Chappel Scott R., traveling auditor C. P. R. 
R., res 301 Jones 

Chappell James T., with Howe Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., res 736 Union 

Peter, res 736 Union 

Chappels — , stevedore with Menzies & 
Bingham 

Chappins Edward, camagemaker with Kim- 
Manfg Co., res 565 Brj-ant 

Chappie Winifred, widow, res E s Fair 
Oak, bet Twenty-fifth and Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Chapuis B. Mme., teacher North Cosmopol- 
iton Gram. School, res 709 Filbert 

Chappuris P., shoefitter with D. W. Emerson 
! Charbonnell Hem-y, Inspector Customs 

Chard George H., carpenter with Hobbs, 
Pomeroy & Co., res W s Scott, 
bet Tj-ler and Turk 

Geo. R., clerk with Edw. Neumann, 

res W s Scott, bet Tyler and Tui-k 

Henry C, marblecutter vdth J. & A. 

Morris, res 1617 Dupont 

J. W., cook, res 12 Harlan pi 

Chardonier Chas., carpenter, res White 
House Hotel 

Charriot Mill and Min. Co., (San Diego. Cal.) 
Frank Swift, sec, 419 California 

Charlebois Youe, fancy and di-ygoods, 706- 
708 Montgomery, res 929 Jackson 

Charles Frank H., horsetrainer, res Agi'icul- 
tural Fail- Grounds 

Henry, smelter, Selby's Lead Works, 

res S s Chestnut nr Mason 

Charles Henry A., ( HaU & C), res 
721 Geary 

— * — Herman, glazier, res 507 Hayes 

Robert, bricklayer, Palace Hotel 

William, printer with B. Dore & Co., 

res S s Chestnut nr Mason 

Charleson Andrew, cabinetmaker with J. 
Hoey, res 142 Perry 

Charlesworth J. C, hostler 355 Tehama, 
res Oakland 

Charlton Frank, porter, res 1115 Broadway 

Geo. S., sawyer, California Mills, res 

514 Howard 

Charmock W., machinist with S. P. R. R. Co 

Charpiot Joseph, carjDenter, res 632 Green 

ChaiTuan C. E., jeweler with Frontier, Bel- 
lemere & Co., res E s Yerba Buena 

Chart John, cai-penter, res 304 Beale 

Charter Hemy, compositor with J. H. Car- 
many <fe Co., res 1416 Washing- 
ton 

Charter Oak Hall, 771 Market 

Charter Oak L.ire Ins. Co. of Hart- 
ford, 531 California 

Chartier Augiist, clerk 319 Third, res 448 
Natoma 

Henrv, steward, 506 Davis 



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Chase «fc Boruck, (CM. Chase and M. 

D. Boruck), publishers and pro- 
prietors California Spirit of the 

Times, ofl&ce 621 Sansome 
Chase A Wolff,) James B. Chase and 

Capt. Chas. Wolff,) stevedores, 

office 900 Front 
Alexander S., cashier with Bowen 

Bros., res 1121 Howard 
Alexander W., asst. U. S. Coast Sur- 

vej', res Occidental Hotel 

Alvah M., carpenter, res 413 Tehama 

Andrew M., book-keeper with Burr 

& Fink, res 1121 Howard 
Charles F., dairy, res Chestnut, nr 

Baker 
Chase Charles M., (KiUip & Co. and 

Chase & Borvick), res 216 Kearny 

E. S., conductor Market-st R. R. 

Ella Miss, teacher Silver-st Primary 

School, res 15 Powell 

Ellen Mrs., 'li-essmaker,res 306 Mason 

Franklin, can-ier Evening Post and 

Chronicle, res 506 Market 

George F., painter, res 24 Sixth 

George M., engineer. Black Diamond 

Coal Co., res 709 Union 

Geo. W., canary birds, 2520 Mission 

Henry A., printer, res 1121 Taylor 

Henry F., compositor with Mahon, 

Thomas & Co., res 1518 Mason 

J. A., contractor, 1518 Powell 

Chase» James B., (Chase & Wolff) res 

1518 Mason 
James M., di-iver N. B. and M. R. R. 

Co, res cor Fourth and Clementina 
J. M. Mrs., furnished rooms, 321 

Stockton 
John G., carpenter, res E s Lundy 

lane nr Esmeralda av 
— Joseph, longshoreman, res SW cor 

Sansome and Alta 
Joseph jr, carpenter, Palace Hotel, 

res Montgomerj-'s Hotel 
Joseph, sawj-er with B. F. Oilman, 

res cor California and Fair avs 

Mary E., widow, res 15 Powell 

Chase Q. A., (Kohler, Chase & Co.) res 

West Oakland 

Rebecca, widow, res 811 Mason 

Chase Robert P., physician and sur- 
geon, office and res 828 Howard 

Thomas, contractor, res 3453^ Third 

WiUiam, shoemaker with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., res Revere House 
William, teamster, Cal Cracker Co., 

res 203 Sacramento 

W. A., res 23 Kearny 

William B . , atty-at-law, res 541 Fourth 

W. S., woodworker ^-ith A. Haas & 

Co., res Treat av nr Twentieth 
William T., (Stover & C.) res Ty'- 

bet Buchanan and Webster 
William W., (Blair & C ' - 

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Ohassagne Leon, with Denareaux & Maison, 

res 609 Greenwich 
Chateau C. Mrs., midwife, res 15 Stockton 
Chatellier Clarisse Miss, with L. J. Renault, 
res 634 Vallejo 

Joseph Frangois, fruits, cor Pacific 

and Montgomery, res 433 Pacific 
Chatham Eowland, miller with Deming, Pal- 
mer & Co., res NE cor Carolina 
and Mariposa 
Chatonet Augustine, saloon, 1310 Dupont 
Chatterton Henry, cook, res 1008% Market 

James, sailmaker with J. S. Blakis- 

ton, res 149 Perry 
Chattiu Edward, sec Lake Tahoe and 
S. F. Water Works, (and King & 
Chattin) of&ce 442 California, res 
967 HaiTison 
Chauche Adrien G., importer wines and 
hquors, 615-617 Front, res Oak- 
land 
Chauncey Henry N., commission merchant, 
214 Cahfornia, res Union Club 

Martin, laborer, res E s Seventh nr 

Brannan 
Chauvat John, vegetable man. Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Chauvel John, French Laundry, 1005 Market 
Chavanche CM. Mrs., lace repairer, res 742 

Howard 
Chave Charles E., (Olsen & C.) res cor 
Green and Kearny 

Edward, barkkeeper, res 108 Jackson 

Emil, clerk, res 935 Montgomery 

Thomas T., plasterer, res 1404 Polk 

Walter F., res 1404 Polk 

Chavez Juan, cigar manufactory, 3 St. 

Mary's pi 
Chear Samuel, res 109 Dupont 
Checetana Frederick, expressman, res 1311 

Kearny 
Cheda Eocco, res Metropolitan Hotel, 516 

Pacific 
Cheeseman Robert B., piledriver, res E s 
Bartlett bet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fourth 
Cheesman, Head A Tliornbnrgli, 
(Morton Cheesman, A. E. Head 
and W. B. Thornburgh,) stock 
brokers, 412 Montgomery 
Cheesman Morton, (Cheesman, Head 
& Thornburgh, ) res 17 Stanley pi 
Cheever F. E., widow, res 26 Essex 

■ Moses E., conductor N. B. and M. E. 

E. Co., res 844 Folsom 
S. G., advertising and general busi- 
ness agent, 409 Washington, res 
N s Twenty-eighth nr Mission 

see Chevers 

Cheflfars Charles, shipwright with P. M. 

S. S. Co., res 41 Welsh 
Chelini Ferugio, tailor, 1337 Dupont 
Chelini Giuseppe, (Balanesi & Co.) 
res 420 Pacific 



Chella Luke, barkeeper, res E s Pierce bet 

Eddy and Ellis 
Cheller August, cooper with D. Woerner, res 

16 Filbert 
Chellstrand Adolphus, tailor, res 720 Cali- 
fornia. 
Chely Louis, machinist and safemaker, 815 

Battery 
Chemical Baths, Archibald McSparren propt, 

10 Post 
Chemical Laboratory, Prof. Thomas Price 

proptr, 116 Stockton 
Chenard Auguste, waiter Maison de Fer Ees- 

taurant, res cor Clay and Dupont 
Chenery Margaret, widow, res 8 Perry 
Chenery Richard, mining, 330 Pine, 

res 17 South Park 
Chenery, Souther & Co., (Joseph N. 

Souther,) importers and jobbers 

of brandies and hquors, 215-217 

California 
Chenette Frank, shoemaker with I. M. 

Wentworth & Co., res 219 Minna 
Cheneworth J. A., carpenter, Palace Hotel 
Cheney Adelaide, widow, boarding, 571 

Bryant 

Harry, collector, res 114 Geary 

John, shipwi-ight, res 1319 Sansome 

L. E., Mrs., res 327 Minna 

WillardE., collector with Dean & Co., 

res Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Chenot Eugene, wines and Liquors, NW cor 

Fourth and Folsom 
Cheriagan John, bootblack, 702 Montgomery 
Cherokee Flat Blue Gravel Mining Co., H. 

Pichoir, sec, 603 Washington 
Cherry A., Miss, teacher Union-st Primary 

School, res 32 John 
Cherry Creek Mill and Mining Co., (White 

Pine Co., Nev.) D. F. Verdenal, 

sec, 409 Cahfornia 
Cherry F. W., shorthand reporter, 729 Mont- 
gomery, res 32 John 
John W., signpainter, 108 Sutter, res 

32 John 
Chesley Charles P., physician, office and res 

754 Howard 
George W., (George W. Chesley & 

Co.) res Sacramento City 
George W. & Co., (G. W. Chesley, J. 

S. Jones, E. J. Van Voorhies and 

Charles Kohn) importers and 

wholesale dealers wines and liq- 
uors, 414 Front 
Chesneau Emile, looking-glass maker with 

Whittier, FiiUer & Co., res 532 

Pacific 
Chesney Denis, (St Denis & C.) res 

1307 Stockton 
Chessman Edward E., shoemaker with Hove 

& Harris, res 184 Jessie 
Chester Fredericli, (Holbrook & 0.) 

res 917 Sutter 
Chester Henry, (Hyde & C.) res 720 

Mission 



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Chester John, lamplighter S. F. Gaslight Co., 
res 77 Fifteenth 

Chestnut Catherine, laundi-ess, Franklin 
Hotel 414 Pacific 

Cheule Chas., hostler with A. Marshall, 839 
Clay 

,. John, hunter, res SW cor Twentj-- 

ninth and Dolores 

Chevalier, — storekeeper, U. S. Light-house 
Dept., Yerba Buena Island. 

Albert, traveling salesman, F. Chev- 
alier & Co., res 1514 Folsom 

Chevalier F. «fe Co., (F. ChevaUer and 
A. Comte, jr.,) -wholesale liquors, 
614 Front 

Chevalier Ferdinand, (F. Chevalier 
& Co,) res 1514 Folsom 

. Louis, clerk with C. V. Gillespie, res 

826 Folsom 

Chevallier Mary, widow, res 111 Vii-ginia 

Chevassus Edward, cashier with Belloc 
Freres, res 339 Kearny 

Chevers Wm. H., commissioner Fifteenth 
District Court, office 629 Kearny, 
res 309 Lombard 

Chevesich Henry,bookkeeper withD.Ghirar- 
delU, res 214 Sausome 

Chew George, bricklayer. Palace Hotel, res 
236 Sutter 

Cheyne Bobert, confectionary, 140 First, res 
9 Laurel pi 

( jiicago and North Western E. W., H. P. 
Stanwood, agent, office 208 Mont- 
gomery 

Chicago Brewery, Nibbe & Co., 1428 Pine 

Chicago, BurUn'gton and Quincy K. R., John 
S. Gray agent, 214 Montgomery 

Chicago Hotel, Adam Pfefierle propri- 
etor, 218-222 Pacific 

Chicago Quicksilver Mining Company, G. 
R. Cotterell agent, 328 Bush 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. R., Col. 
E. F. Hooker agent, 208 Mont- 
gomery 

Chichester Clarence, clerk, with H. & "W. 
Pierce, res 559>^ Minna 

Chick Elwell, cai-penter and builder, 1305 
Leavenworth 

William F., driver. Clay St. HiU R. 

L R., res 1212 Clay 

Harrison, Mrs., res 1612 Larkin 

Chief Engineer S, F. Fire Depart- 
ment, 23 Kearny 

Chief of Police, 9-11 City Hall, 1st floor 

Chief of the Hill S. M. Co., (Pioche, Nev.) 
C. S. Neal, sec, 419 CaUfornia 

Chielovich Elia, (E. Chielovich & Co. ) 
res 1709 Pacific av 

Chielovich E. <& Co., (E. Chielovich, 
Walter Hoge and H. B. Hunt,) 
wholesale wines and liquors, 601 
Front 
Chiesa Giacomo, boarding, 331 Broadway 

Giralomo, porter, with Antonio Dan- 

eri, res 331 Broadway 



Child Edwin F., stockbroker, 304 Mont- 
gomery, res 1618 Washington 

Hany W., bookkeeper, with H. S. 

Crocker & Co., res 1618 Wash- 
ington 

Thomas T., bookkeeper, with Little 

& Kaeding, res 1248 Howard 

, painter, res 37 Hinckley 

Childrens' Home, Mme Bazin, matron, 1633 
Mission 

Childress Prentice, clerk, forwarding de- 
partment. Wells Fargo & Co., res 
Holden House 

Childs Charles W., dep clerk. Justices' Court, 
806 Montgomery, res 409 Sutter 

George, clerk, Livei-pool and Lon- 
don and Globe Ins. Co., res 222 
Fair Oaks 

George A., teamster, res 407 Minna 

George E., bookkeeper, with Drake 

& Emerson, res 425 Post 

J., bricklaver, res nr Industrial 

School ■" 

James M., carpenter, res NE cor Pa- 
cific and Van Ness av 

James Henry, teamster, res NE cor 

Grove and Polk 

Kate B. Miss, teacher, Denman 

Grammar School, res 574 Folsom 

William H., bookkeeper with P. 

Rieger & Co., res 105 Grove 

Chilson W. D., atty-at-law, 605 Clay, res 
Oakland 

China and Japan Marine Insurance Co., W. 
H. Foster, jr, agent, 321 Cali- 
fornia 

China Eine Steamers P. M. S. S. 
Co., office NW cor Sacramento 
and Liedesdorff 

China News, (Chinese weekly) Bogardus 
& Gordon, publishers, 532 
Merchant 

China Traders' Insurance Co., (limited) 
Williams, Blanchard & Co., agts, 
218 California 

China Trans - Pacific Steamship 
Co., Macondi-ay & Co., agents, 
206 Sansome 

Chinese Insurance Co., (limited) of 
Hong Kong, R. B. Irwin & Co., 
agents, 200 Sansome 

Chinese Mission House, M. E. Church, 916 
Washington 

Chinese Mission House, United Presbyterian 
Church, 800 Stockton 

Chinese Theater (new), Sing Ping Yuen, 
proprs, 623% Jackson 

Chinese Theater, (Royal) Yu Henn Choy, 
proprs, 626 Jackson 

Chiozzo Andrea, market gardener, 33 Co- 
lombo Market 

Chipchase John M., patternmaker with S. 
P. R. R. Co., res 1512 Mission 

John M. jr., bookbinder ^vith D. 

Hicks & Co., res 1512 Mission 



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Chipchase 'William J., foreman patternmaker 
Pacific Iron Works, res 1512 
Mission 
CMpley T. L. M., atty-at-law, 306 Pine 
Chipman Isaiah M., miller, res 619 Mission 

Cai-rie, widow, res 809 Filbert 

Chirrad Frank, waiter, Maison Doree 217 

Kearny 
Chisliolm Alexender, with Kaindler & Co., 
res 804 Geary 

C, carpenter. Palace Hotel 

Cliisliolin Daniel B., secretary The 
California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, res SW cor Francisco and 
Leavenworth 

Donald, wool grader, E. E. "Wool 

Depot, res 313 Eighth 

Duncan, saddler, res 108 Mason 

Duncan, tailor, res 7 Anbnrn 

Duncan G., carpenter, res 121 Ninth 

D. S., shipwright, Ship-^VTight's Assn, 

71 New Montgomery 

John, cai-penter, res 634 Natoma 

Chisholm John C, (Miller & C.) res 
720 Third 

Joseph C, groceries, 18 Louise 

Peter, clerk with Ayers, Cope & Co., 

res Lick House 

Eoderick, carpenter, res 7 Aubui'n 

Stephen, night watchman, res NW 

cor Fifth and Eailroact avs 

William, pressman, Alta, res 210 

Third 
Chism George, fruit and candy, 114 Turk 

John, laborer. Palace Hotel 

Chi^more George , physician, office and res 

1155 Mission 
Chisola Frank, laborer with Samuel A. 

Selig 
Chitman Eichard, blacksmith, res St. Nich- 
olas Hotel 
Chittenden Charles E., machine hand with 
Excelsior MiU Co., res 733 Bryant 

Frederick H., atty-at-law, res 1221 

Pacific 

Joseph G., machinehand with Cali- 

ifornia Mills, res 405 Taylor 
Chittenden JK^athaniel Tf\, attorney- 
at-law, office 803 Montgomery, 
rooms 2-3, res 720 California 
Chittick Johnson, trackman with C. P. E. 

E. Co., res 30 Euss pi 
Chitwood A. E., sawyer Pacific Ban-el and 
Keg Co., res SW cor Brannan 
and Seventh 
Chiquet G. E., bosmaker, res 589 Market 
Chiucovich Peter, wine and liquor sa- 
loon, SE cor Sansome and Pacific 
Choate Eobert, laborer, res 54 First 
Chodrick George, clerk with Eenton, Smith 

& Co., res 264% Tehama 
Cholet Joseph, pork and sausages, 59 Wash- 
ington Market, res 520 Merchant 
Chollar-Potosi M. Co., (Storey Co., Nev.) 
W. E. Dean, sec, 419 California 



Choubert Jules, mnfr artificial flowers, res 

917 Vallejo 

Choynski Isidor N., antiquarian book- 
store, SW cor Second and Jessie, 

res 44 Third 
Choze Joseph, waiter, GuiUaum Tell Hotel 
Chrietien Baptiste Francois, drayman with 

E. G. Lyons & Co., res 506 

Jackson 
John M. , law clerk with Winans & . 

Belknap, res 719 Green 
Christ Christoff, milker with J. A. Eoy, res 

W s San Bruno road nr Thirtieth 
Edward, master schr Eden, Market-st 

wharf 
George, clerk, 620 Merchant, res 801 

Van Ness av 
John, proprietor Nebraska Brewery, 

San Bruno rd, bet Twenty-sixth 

and Twenty-seventh 

Peter, porter, Guillaume Tell Hotel 

Eobert, baker, res 200 Second 

Samuel, jeweler and diamond setter, 

124 Post, res 1 Hardy pi 
Christal J. F., salesman with J. W. David- 
son & Co., res 105 Mason 
Thomas, laborer, res 402 Broadway 



Christen Charles machinist, res 12 Geneva 

H., seaman, res 123 Jackson 

William, compositor Abend Post, res 

13 Monroe 
Christensen Andrew, salesman with S. L. 

Mastick & Co., res 721 Hamson 

Charles, seaman with J. B. Piper 

Charles, boatman, 40 Jackson 

Carl E. T., cooper with S. P. Connor, 

res 18 Oak Grove av 
Francis H. C, proptr Union Hotel, 

34 Hayes 
H., boarding, NE cor Brannan and 

Ninth 
HaiTy P. H., salesman with Michal- 

itschke Bros., res 235 O'FarreU 
Christensen Jaeoh P.^ proptr Willow 

House, SW corner Mission and 

Eighteenth 

John, carpenter, res 127 Jackson 

John, mate schr Alaska, res 39 Pacific 

Jurgen, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Oliver, master schr Bill the Butcher, 

res 27 Perry 
Christian Anton, laiborer, res Greenwich, nr 

Buchanan 
Charles, hostler with Florance & Co. 

res 1924 Mason 
E. J., steward U. S. Marine Hospital 

res 269 Clara 

F., wiper, S. P. E. E. Co 

Henry W., compositor. Bulletin, res 

525 Clay 
John, dairy, res Greenwich, nr Bu- 
chanan 

Peter, seaman, res 39 Pacific 

Christiansen Charles, stevedore, res 377 

Harrison 



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Christiansen Christian, clerk with W. Leve- 

rone, res S s First avnr Kentucky 

Hans Peter, seaman, res 5 Jackson 

Henry, barkeeperwith Henry Rhodes 

res SW cor Washington and Front 

John, restaurant, res 800 Filbert 

Jargens, seaman, res North German 

Hotel 
• L. Peter, miller, res Sacramento 

Hotel 

Lars, mariner, res 127 Jackson 

Lars P., laborer, res 407 Pacific 

Martin, weigher, res SW cor Mission 

and Eighteenth 
• Niels Otto, cabinetmaker, res 627 

Birch 

Peter, Scan. Soc, 71 New Mont. 

T. M., master bark Amethyst, res 357 

First 
Christianson Christina, with C. B. Peterson, 

12 Essex 
C. Mrs., midwife, res 677 Harrison 

Henry, barber with Obenauer &: Wag- 

ner, res 4 Ashburton pi 
N. 0.. chairmaker with S. F. Manfg 

Co., res 612 Powell 
Christie Alexander, cai-penter, Cal. Mills, res 

566 Howard 
■ A. J., caulker, P. M. S. S. Co., res 

838 Howard 
Benjamin S., quartermaster P. M. S. 

S. Co. 

George D., carpenter, res 562 Minna 

■ Henry, speculator, res 465 Jessie 

Henry P., foreman ■ndth W. Deacon, 

res 566 Howard 

James, blacksmith, res W s Missis- 

sijipi, nr Mariposa 
Nicholas, laborer ■«'ith J. A. Bergner, 

res 228 Mission 
Christin Charles, melter, assay office, Swiss 

American Bank, and liquors, 313 

Hayes 
Christmann William, clerk with Charles D 

Zeile, res 528 Pacific 
Christmas Kate, widow, res Marine Hospital 
Christoff"el Fred, butcher with D. Wolf, cor 

Leavenworth and Pacific 
Christoflfersen Antone, blacksmith ynth. H. 

Crockard, res 328 Main 
Peter, master schr Fannie Hare, res 

58 Zoe 
Christopher Christ, miner, res 127 Jackson 
Ferdinand, upholsterer with Cal. Fur- 
niture Manufact'g Co., res 1013 

Washington 

Henry, engineer, res 422 Ellis 

Louis, hairdresser, res Meyers' Hotel 

B. K., asst libriarian Y. M. C. A., 

232 Sutter 
Christopherson Niel, seaman, res 119 Jack- 
son 
Christson Peter, tanner with C. O'Donnell, 

res NE cor Geneva and Brannan 



Christy * Wise, (S. P. Christy, John 
H. Wise and Thos. Denigan) agts 
for wool growers, and commission 
merchants, 607 Front 

A., scrap-piler. Pacific Rolhng Mills 

Geo., paperhauger with G. W. Clark, 

res 613 Capp 

Margaret, widow, res 309 Seventh 

Eobert, carpenter, res NW cor Santa 

Clara and Connecticut 

Eobert F., blacksmith S. F. Boiler 

Works, res 754 Mission 

Christy, S. P., (Christy & Wise) res 5J^ 
Kearny 

Thomas, stevedore with George H. 

Whitney 

see Christie 

Chronicle, San Francisco, (daily 
and weekly) Charles De Young & 
Co., publishers and proprietors, 
506 Montgomerv, editorial rooms 
423 Clay 

Chroniger Susan W., dressmaker, res 53 
Fifth 

Chrosinsky J., bookkeeper -with W. Cohen, 
* res 44 Thu-d 

Chrystal J. F., salesman with J. J. O'Brien 
& Co., res 105 Mason 

Chrystie F., conductor O. E. E. Co. 

Chilli Valentine, baker, res 18 Langton 

Chuni Frank, with Cerelli & Eaff'o, 525 San- 
some 

Church & Co., (Andrew S. Church) whole- 
sale fruit and fireworks, 407 Front 
factorv S s Market nr Seventh 

Albert E.; (Dolliver & Bro.) res 2208 

Steiner 

Andrew S.. (Church & Co.) res New 

York 

Benjamin, teamster with H. N. Tii- 

bou, res 431 Fulton 

C. P., res 216 Stockton 

Catherine, -nddow, res 18 Minna 

Charles G., merchant, res 1831 Bush 

Gardner L., manager with W. E. 

Bridge, res 115 O' Farrell 

Isaac S., miner, res 605 Geary 

J. W., examiner of inspector's re- 
turns surveyor's office. Custom 
Hoiise, res Oakland 
Samuel E., teamster, res W s Valen- 
cia bet Foui-teenth and Fifteenth 

Seymour E., clerk with Thomas H. 

' Selby & Co., res 572 Harrison 

Susan, widow, res 404 Vallejo 

Chnrch Thomas R., clothing, furnish- 
ing goods, trimks, valises, etc., 
223 Montgomery, res 719 Bush 

William A., proptr Empire Lodging 

HoTise, 636 Commercial 

WilUam L., (Jones <fe C.) res 1028 

Washington 

William S., res 1109 Montgomery 

, laborer, res rear 334 Third 

, stevedore with Menzies& Bingham 



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Churchill Benjamin S., laborer, Swan Brew- 
ery, res SE cor Dolores and Fif- 
teenth 

Churcliill Clarfe, atty-at-law, 11 Mont- 
gomery block, res 2727 Folsom 

Joseph B., cooper withKrantz & An- 
derson, res Coso House 

Mrs., di-essmaker, res 32 Ellis 



Churchward James, collector, res 24 Downey 
John, longshoreman, res 1319 San- 
some 
Chute E., (Casey & C.) res 641 Washington 
Cianan Eev. Bro., prest. Sacred Heart Col- 
lege, res cor Eddy and Larkin 
Ciarlo Francisco, boatbuilder, 26 Clay, res 

32 Clay 
Cicero John C, driver, Sutter-st K. K. Co., 

res Eailroad House 
Ciearon Louis, fruit, 312 Fifth 
Ci^nega Isabel Miss, dressmaker, 1613 Powell 
Cienega Placer Mining Co., (Mexico) "W. E. 

Townsend, sec, 330 Pine 
Cills James H., shipping agent, 40 Califor- 
nia, res 326 G-reen 
Cilo6as John, seaman, res 39 Pacific 
Cima Giovanni, framemaker with Lippi 

Bros., res Dupont bet Union and 

Green 
Higinio, clerk with Gaxiola & An- 

di-ade, res 510 Franklin 

Mi-s., res 510 Franklin 

Cincinnati G. and S. M. Co., (Eldorado, 

Co., Cal.) William Small, sec, 531 

California 
Cinnamon John, cook, 22 Montgomery 
Ciniani Charles, laundryman. La Grande 

Laundi-y 
Cinny John, bark grinder with I. M. Went- 

worth & Co., res 231 Fell 
Cipriani Antonio, vegetables, 70 Colombo 

Market 
Ciprioo Anita C. Miss, teacher, Valencia-st 

Grammar School,res 1513 Howard 
Charlotte E. Miss, teacher, Eighth-st 

Primary School, res 1513 Howard 
F. D., asst wharfinger, Oakland 

Fen-y, res 1513 Howard 
Citizens Fire Insurance Co., (of 

Newark) Potter, Jacobs & East- 

on, general agents, 318 California 
Citron Moritz L., di-y and furnishing goods, 

131 Pacific, res 30 John 
City and County Alms House, San Miguel 

or Mission Ocean House road, 

4% miles from City Hall 
City and County Assessor, 22 City Hall 
City and County Attorney, 13 City Hall 
City and County Auditor, 3 City Hall 
City and County Clerk, 18-19 City Hall 
City and County Coroner, 11 Court blk, 636 

Clay 
City and County Directory, (new) 

D. M. Bishop & Co., publishers, 

521 Clay 



City and County Hospital, E s Potrero av 
bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
foui-th 

City and County Jail, N s Broadway bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

City and County License Collector, 7 City 
Hall 

City and County Morgue, 834 Market 

City and County Physician, office County 
Hospital, Potrero av bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-fom-th 

City and County Eecorder, office SE cor 
Kearny and Washington 

City and County Surveyor, 629 Washington. 

City and County Tax CoUector, 1 City Hall 

City and County Treasurer, 3 City Hall 

City Bank Exch ange, Smith & 
Blanckaert proptrs, 633 Sacra- 
mento 

City Cemetery, Point Lobos Eoad, 5% 
miles from City Hall 

City Gardens, John Gramm proptr, SW 
cor Twelfth and Folsom 

City Hall, E s Kearny, bet Washington and 
Merchant 

City Hall (new). Market, opp Eighth 

City Hotel, John O'Brien proptr, 37 
First 

City Iron Works, Charles A. Low, 
proptr, 26-28 Fremont 

City of Mulkouse, (Meyer Euef proptr) 
dry goods, SW cor Montgomery 
av and Vallejo 

City of Paris (Kaindler & Co.), dry 
goods, NE cor Montgomery and 
Sutter 

City of Strasbourg, (L. Hirsch propti") dry 
goods, 26 Kearny ■ 

City Paving Comi^any, Philip Caduc, genl 
supt, office 513 Montgomery 

City Pound, N s Pine, bet Steiner and Pierce 

City Eailroad Company, office NW cor Four- 
teenth and Mission 

City Stables, David Kanary proptr, 332 
Bush 

Ciumry Walter H., band sawyer S. F. Mnfg 
Co., res 120 Perry 

Claassen & Holje (P. Claassen and John B. 
Holje), Verandah saloon, NE cor 
Kearny and Washington 

Peter (Claassen & Holje), res 813 

Washington 

Clabrough & Bros. (John P., Joseph and 
George Clabrough) guns and 
jsistols, 630 Montgomery 

George, (Clabrough & Bros.) re 

1248 Montgomery 

John P. (Clabrough & Bros.), res 

Birmingham, England 

Joseph (Clabrough & Bros.), res 

Birmingham, England 

Clafi"ey Bros. (Edward and John Clafifey), 
fruit, 944 Market 

Edward (Claffey Bros.) res 2210 Six- 
teenth 



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Claffey Hubert D., carpenter and builder, res 
1327 Pacific 

James, porter with Huntington, Hop- 
kins it Co., res 457 Bryant 

John (Claffey Bros.), res"'2210 Six- 
teenth 

Johu,boilermakers' helper with P. M. 

S. S. Co 

Patrick, laborer, res rear 624 Bran- 



nan 
Clahan Mary, widow, fiunished rooms, 24 

Minna 
Claiborn I. H., lamplighter S. F. Gaslight 

Co., res 1305 Green 
Clair Alfred, cooper with F. W. Arnold, res 

515 Greenwich 

Edward, res 1106 Clay 

L., brickmaker, res SW cor S