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SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY ROOM 

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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



REFERENCE BOOK 



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School Rooms 
Offices 

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Cleanly, Odorless 
No Dust, Smoke or Gases 



No. 29 NEW MONTGOMERY ST. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 



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Corner MONTGOMERY and BUSH STS 

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Branch Pharmacv, COR. SUTTER AND POLK STS. 



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A. NEW A.ND 5f;UF'E:RIOR POWDEI^ 



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ECLIPSE CHAMPAGNE 



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Fine Table 
Wines 

Prom our Celebra- 
ted Orleans 
Vineyara. 





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\in\/v^ the 

r^ECLIPSE 

CHAMPAGNE, 

530¥asliingtoiiSt. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



GENERAL AGENCIES 

New York 

PARK & TILFORD 

917 Broadway 
Philadelphia 

E. P. DILLEY & CO. 

25 North 10th Street 
Chicago 

C. JEVNE & CO. 

110 Madison Street 
St. Paul 

C. JEVNR & CO. 

114 E. Third Street 
Honohilu 

HAMILTON JOHNSON 

Yokohama 

THE AMERICAN TRADING CO. 

Citj' of Mexico 

JOSE ARCE Y CIA. 
Primera Calle de San Francisco, No. 1 




^-^O R Social Gatherings, whether Public or Private 
■^ there can be no more Elegant Wine used than the 
ECLIPSE CHAMPAGNE. Its Delightful Taste, 
Delicate Flavor, and Absolute Purity should be sufficient 
recommendation to all true lovers of Good Wine ! But its 
crowning quality is, that, unlike Imported Champagnes, it has 
neither Brandy nor Alcohol added to it, and therefore even its 
freest use never leaves one with a headache. 

THE EClilPSE 

Is produced by fermentation in the bottle of over two years duration, and 
derives its recognized high grade quaUties from an experienced 
blending together of the finest and most delicate wines 
made in California. All of its qualities are 
derived from the Pure Juice of the 
grape alone. While it hj^s no supe- 
rior and but few equals, 

IT IS THE PUREST CHAMPAGNE IN THE WORLD! 



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BEING THK 

Fashionable Private Address Directory, and 

Ladies' Visiting and Shopping Guide of 

San Francisco and Surroundings 

Containing the Navies^ Addresses^ Reception Days 

and Country Residences of the Elite of San 

Francisco^ San Rafael^ Sausalito^ San 

Mateo^ Redwood City^ Menlo 

Park^ San Jose^ 

Etc.^ Etc. 

IN XKN PARTTS 



Season 1888-89 



SAN FRANCISCO 
THE BANCROFT COMPANY, PUBLISHERS 

1888 



Copyright 18SS, by The Bancroft Company 



*^A., ^^^^^^^'^ ADVERTISEMENTS 

IiT.p-rtera anl Man^j.fa2t^a.r=rs o* 
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHIi.DREK'S 

CloaK8,3^it8 ar^d Jersey U/aists 

THE LEADING STYLES <^ '^(ll 

THE FINEST QUALITIES 

SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP 

^nd the BEST FITTINa^GARMEKTS offerel on the Paoifi. Coast, while 
our Prices are the VERY LOWEST. 

Fine Dfegg-ni^ing to Qitdep a j^pecialti} 

Packages delivered free of charge in Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley. 

FRATINCER'S 

IQg KEARNY ST REET tsl.phose 803 

FIRE 

MARINE 

Commercial Union Assurance Go. 

LIMITED 

^...*. ...9.?'... LONDON + (^ 
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Total Cash Assets, Gold .,2 g,, ,„4 

Total Liabilities, including re-insurance, funds,' 'et;, sioSS^ie 
Cash Surplus to policy holders .' ]_ ,l,,,[,^. 



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A/a^ses anJAcPaci/i. Coast promptly paid through the Branch 
Office of tlie Company at 3or California St., San Francisco. 



C. F. MULLINS, HaiMAGEH 

Irosses Paid by the Company, Over Fifty-Four Million Dollars 





BI/UE BOOK has always been deemed an 
essential adjunct to the literature of every 
prominent family in the leading Eastern 
Cities and European Capitals ; and its ab- 
sence here, in the past, has been noticeable ; 
therefore, in supplying this undoubted want, 
we feel assured of doing a duty to Society 
which will be appreciated , 
In submitting this publication to our subscribers, 
we have endeavored to give a full and complete list of 
the Society People of San Francisco, Oakland, etc., 
and of those whose position or wealth has made their 
names familiar ; together with their City and Country 
Residences. 

The Reception Days of Society Ladies are, in 
most cases, given, but when not mentioned, we desire 
to call attention to the following: Monday is the 
Reception day at all Hotels and Boarding Houses, 
with the exception of the Berkshire, which has both 
Monday and Thursday ; and the Bella Vista, Thursday. 
Tuesday for Nob Hill, (California Street,) and Taylor street to the 
North. Wednesday for Rincon Hill, South Park, and streets near the 
Mission. Thursday for Pine, Bush, Sutter, and parallel streets south, 
(a few having Tuesday), and the greater part of Van Ness Avenue. 
Friday for Pacific Avenue, the upper part of Van Ness Avenue and 
Streets West of Van Ness Avenue as far as the Presidio. 

In the San Francisco division will be found the names of the leading 
people of San Francisco, San Rafael, Sausalito, San Mateo, Redwood 
City, Menlo Park, and a few of San Jose, Los Angeles, and San Diego. 

In the Oakland Division will be found those living in Oakland, 
Berkeley, Alameda, Fruitvale, and a few at San Leandro and San 
Lorenzo. 

As there are many gentlemen prominently identified in Commercial 
and Social Circles in this city who reside in Oakland or adjacent towns, 
their names will be found classified in their respective divisions. 

We particularly desire to call attention to the Additional List, at the 
end of book, which contains not only names received too late for classi- 
fication, but also changes of residence made since the printing of the 
main portion. 



PAGE 

Alphabetical List of Advebtisers y", g.,h 

Introduction c 

PART FIRST 

Address List — San Francisco 1 

Containing the Names, Addresses, Reception Days and Country- P.esidences of 
the Elite of San Francisco, San Rafael, Sausalito, San Mateo, Redwood City, 
Menlo Park, San Jose, Etc., Etc. 

PART SECOND 

Address List — Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley and Sur- 
roundings 102 

PART THIRD 

Art Association 129 

Handel AND Haydn Socii:ty 136 

LoRiNG Club 141 

PART FOURTH— Club Directory 

Bachelors' Cotillon Club 193 

BoHEML\N Club 161 

Byron Mauza' Musical Club, The 215 

California Lawn Tennis Club 196 

CeRCLE FRANgAISE 182 

Concordia Club 179 

Cosmos Club 157 

Deutscher Verein 172 

DiKiGo Club 211 

German Cotillon Cluu 190 

Harvard Club 187 

Merchants' League.... 169 

Oakland Canoe Club 207 

Olympic Club 195 

Pacific Club 14(ja 

Pacific Yacht Club 201 

Press Club 209 

San Francisco Yacht Cluh 205 

San Francisco Verein 175 

San Pafael Lawn Tennis Club 199 

Society of California Pioneers 208 

Union Club 151 

Yale Club 185 

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The 36-Inch Lick Telescope 




HERE IS NO WAY FOR THE VISITOR TO OBTAIN 
any adequate idea of the great size, aud of the meclijanical 
perfection of this large telescope, except by seeing it and 
:by verbal explanation; we will therefore omit dry 
statistics and simply advise all people to investigate for 
themselves and they will be convinced of the truth con- 
tained in the remark of a recent lady visitor, who, all 
beaming with happy smiles said : "the wonderful power 
of this famous instrument has failed as all other worldly 
agencies have to discover in the heavens above or on 
the earth below, a peer in practical usefulness or univer- 
sal admiration for the 

Popular New Home 
Light Running Sewing Machine 

the Brightest Star in the Firmament, and which can 
always be seen with the naked eye at the General 
Agency, Pacific Department, 725 Market Street, History Building, San 
Francisco; or at Branches, No. 18 South Second Street, San Jose, Cal. ; 
No. 207 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. ; No. 46 Morrison Street, 
Portland, Or. ; No. 80() J Street, Sacramento, Cal., and at hundreds of 
sub-agencies in all the States and Territories on the Pacific Coast, and in 
every State in the Union. 

Read the following proposition and then you will know that the 
''POPULAR NEW HOME'' is what you have been looking for: 

An Cvfi-onrrtmaru Off or If there is a NEW HOME Sewing Machine within 
Mil LAU aOjOmdiy UMBj ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ S^n Francisco, Cal., North, 

SouthTSast^or West, (purchased at or through this office, or any of 
our branches on this coast) which is not giving entire and absolute 
satisfaction in every respect, we will put it in 

Perfect Re pair Fre e of Charge 

(excepting only breakage or damage caused by careless handling), if 
delivered at our store, No. 725 Market Street, San Francisco, California. 

The New Home Sewing Machine Company 

Manufacturers of the Popular " New Home " Light Running Sew- 
ing Machine, the leader of the age in practical improvements and 
art work attachments, of which it possesses the Latest and Best. 

CHAS. E. NAYLOR, General Manager 

Pacific Department 

725 MARKET STREET, History Building 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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Originators of Styles and Leaders of Fashion in Fine Footwear 




We carry ou hand the largest assortment of Fine Shoes and SlioDcrs in 

Patent Leather, bronze and black French Kid, and all Fashion^aWe 

Shades in Satin and Snede Kid. In Gents' Full Dress Shoes 

and Pumps we have constantly on hand the celebrated 

makes of Johnston & Murphy of Newark, Herber 

of Paris, and numerous others. We are 

So/e Agents for the United States 

of the celebrated firm, Chas. 

Herber of Paris, and 

importers of the 

Genuine 



Impot^ters of pine Shoes 



English 
Waukenphasts, 
and largest purchasers of 
the Choicest makes of F^ine 
Boots, Shoes and Slippers. Our 
efforts to maintain our position as the Leadinq 
bhoe House on the Coast necessitate annual visits 
to Pans and London, and all Novelties are placed 
before our many patrons simultaneous with their appear- 
ance in the above named centers of fashion. AVe request your 
early visit to our establishment, and feel assured to merltvour 
continued patronage and good will by our untiring ef?orTs to please. 




107,109,111 Kearny St., San Francisco 



THE LAWS OK CALIFORNIA. 

Reffulating the organization, conduct and supervision of I.ife and Accident 
^ Insurlnce Companies, and the provisions in the State Constitu- 
tion as to the liabiUty of Stockholders and Directors 
are the most stringent and give the greatest 
safety to Policy Holders of any 
in the Union. 




Organized in 1S6«, is the only Life and Accident Company governed by these. 

Assets over $1 ,900,000. Paid Policy Holders, $4,000,000 

LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES; World-wide, Incontestable, Non-forfeit- 
able, according to Their terms The New Mutual Investment and Dividend Investment 
Policie^ have no superiors PICKETS provide 80 weeks Indemnity, are Worid- 

wide N^oTi-foffeitable and make no deduction in case of death for prevnou.sly paid in- 
demnify in event of ?otal loss of sight or of both hands or feet the full principal sum 
is payable, or one-third the principal sum for loss of one hand or toot. 

ALL CLAIMS PAID IMMEDIATELY Ul>ON PRESENTATION OF SATISFACTORY PROOFS- 



Principal Office. 



418 ^aliforpia Street 



SA.y FRANC/SCO, CAL. 



J. YI. CARMANY 



Gflen's Furnisher 









.^fllerehant Tailor 



Ho. 25 KEARNY ST. 





Deutz & Geldermann's 

oPc| ."bacft Sec (l>Ranr]pagne 



The Leadikg Fine Champagne of Europe 



^«^ 



FINE CIlARHTS 



St. Estephe 
Pauillac 
Browt^ Cantenac 
St. Julien 



Poxtet Canet 
Chat. Leoville 
Chat. Larose 
Chat. Paveil 

FINH SAUTERfiES 



Sauternes SrPERiEUR Haut ISauternes 

In Cases, Quarts and Pints 



Chat. Margaux 
Chat. Beychevelle 
Chat. Montrose 
Chat. Lafite 



Chat. Yquem 



BUI^GUNDIES 



Chambertin 



Clos de Vougeot 
In Cases, Quarts and Pints 



Chablis (White) 



COMMENI 

PORT 



INE 



^^^m^ed by ^--^^ 



In Cases of 1 Dozen Bottles, of perfect and reliable purity unequaled for 
medicinal and table use, and guaranteed by shippers. 



CHARLES MEINECKE <& CO. 



SOLE AGENTS 



314 Sacramento St., San Francisco 



TABLE OF CONTESTS— Conlmucd 



PART FIFTH— PI0TE1.S page 

Baldwin Hotel 221 

The Berkshire 227 

Hotel Bella Vista 230 

Hotel Del Moxte ...fiiv^t interleaf in part fifth 

El Monte Hotel 224 

Grand Hotel 221 

Howard Springs 234 

Lick House 222 

Occidental Hotei 223 

The Oriel 229 

Palace Hotel 219 

Hotel Pleasanton 225 

Hotel Kafael 232 

The Renton = 22S 

Sea Beach Hotei 231 

St. James Hotel 233 

Hotel Vendome 230 

The Westminster. 229 

PART SIXTH— Personnel of the Press 

The Daily Alta California 242 

The Argonaut 250 

The Evening Bulletin , 244 

Daily Morning Call 241 

San Francisco Chronicle 236 

California Demokrat 25G 

Daily Morning Examiner 240 

San Francisco News Letter 252 

The Overland Monthly 246 

Daily Evening Post 256 

The Daily Report 238 

Oakland Evening Tribune 248 

The Wasp 254 

PART SEVENTH 

Private Memoranda, Advertisements and Edixational 

Institutions in 

PART EIGHTH 

Diagrams of the Theatres and Advertisements xxxv 

PART NINTH 

Shopping Guide , uvii 

PART TENTH 

Additional List ..< 257 

Containing names reoeivea too late for classification; also, 

changes of residence of parties in main portion of 

book, since going to press. 



Alpiabetical List of Advertisers 

PAGE 

Adeock's, milJinery ^.o 

Argouaut, The Z-q 

Asche, T. Heury, kid j^loves •. XXXIV 

Atkiusou, Geo. F., wood novelties ' " yjjj 

Balleuberg's Baud XXXIV 

Bancroft Compauy, The, artistic printing V^S 

Bancroft Company, The, educational department 22a 146 

Bancroft Company, The, school furniture XXVI 

Bancroft Company, The, wedding card engravers XXVIII 

Bancroft Company, The, wholesale department XXXV 

Barnard's Business College . " xvi 

Bass, T. J. & Co., artists' materials ' j29 

Beach, Chilion, stationer XXXVIII 

Billiard Instruction, Prof. J. F. B. McCleery .'""' " " XLII 

Bisbee's Boarding and Day School, Miss...' !......'....... XXIV 

Blum's Orchestra and Band XLVI 

Boedewig, G., artist \liI 

Bree, T. W., banjo teacher under Alcazar, Balconv XLVII 

Brown, Albert, undertakers and embalmers XXXIV 

Budde, Joseph, Patent Water Closets !Z'"""Z"Z.'"']ast page of book 

California Demokrat ,,-r. 

California Military Academy , ... XXIV 

California Optical Co., Opticians \..ZZZZ.ZZZ.'^ci parUiinth 

Carbone & Monti, florists ^ 

Camelbne facing inside front cover 

Carmany, J. W., men's furnisher between contents 

Centemeri & Co., P., celebrated kldgloves XXVIII 

Chapman, W. B. &. Co., Epernay Champagnes XXXVIII 

Chadbourne, F. S., furniture " ^ j5q 

Clabrough, Golcher & Co., Guns, Ammunition ......!..... 25€a 

Clark, G. W. & Co., wall paper XLII 

Columbus Buggy Company, carriages ' 0^4 

Commercial Insurance Company Z.Z" inside page back cover 

Commercial Union Assurance Company B 

Coats, J. & p., thread / ■ ^ 

,, , ' .' '"^»^*^" facing part seventh 

Cooks Bros, interior decorators in fresco XXVIII 

Coplin's, A., corset house ^ ' VI 

Corbetfs Home Dairy ^uider Grand Opera Housei'Main Floor XLI 

Craig, Cochran & Co., undertakers and embalmers XLVI 

Crosett, J. F. S: Co., employment office " ly 

Daily Alta California ....!.,......... 042 

Daily Evening Post, The o-^g 

Daily Report, The .'."".. ^g 

Day, Thomas & Co.. gas fixtures ZZZZZ-Z-'^back of part sixth 

Daniel, John & Co., monuments jy 

DeFremery, James, & Co., Champagnes...over Theatre Diagram and outside back cover 
Delger, E. F., gas fixtures yj 

Depue & Aydelotte's Business College .Z..........ZZ...Z.'. "'".'.. 22 

Dickey's Creme de Lis j^ 

Dietle, Chas., prize bootmaker v 



ESTIMATES 

CHEERFULLY GIVEN 




ALL WORK GUARANTEED 






J^drity U/ipe ^o's 






CLiflf^ET 

UXHITB UJINE 

poHT miH^ 

BRAHDY 

WARRANTED 

pure aF)d U/l^oIesome 

PURITY OJlflE CO. 



OF CALIFORNIA 



303 Battery 3treet 

Near Sacraivlknto 

539 praijeiseo, * * * ^alifor^ia 



ALPHABETICAL LIFT OF AT>VERTlSVJ(.S—Cont/nrted 



PAGE 

Duffy & Co., James, Upholstery Goods last page of book 

Duhem, A., florist and decorator LXVI 

El Monte Hotel "^^^ 

Evening Bulletin, The ^'^^ 

"VVT 

Field Seminary ^^^ 

Firemen's Fund Company inside page hack cover 

First Infantry Regiment Band, N. G. C XLIV 

Fischbeck & Glootz, soaps XLVI 

Flaglor, A. P., artistic photographer II 

Fortriede, H,, ivory, amber, tortoise shell under Ale azar. Main Floor XLV 

Fratinger, Cloak and Suit House ^ 

French and English Institute, Boarding and Day School 22a 

Goldsmith, E. S., card engraver X 

Gregoire, Louis & Co., booksellers XhU 

Gruenhagen's, fine candies XLVIII 

Guaranty Endowment Association ^^ 

Gump, S. & G., paintings XLV 

Haas, George candies under Baldwin Theatre, Balcony XXXIX 

Halsted & Co., funeral directors and embalmers XLIV 

Hansen. C. R. & Co., employment agency Baldwin Theatre, Balcony XXXIX 

Haraszthy, Arpad, & Co., wines ■ facing title 

Harting Life-Size Portrait House, The XXXIV 

Harvey & Graves, steam heaters facing inside front coyer 

Heald's Business College XII 

Heydon, AsaT., designer XXXII 

Hotel Del Monte ^^^ 

Hotel Pleasanton '■^^'^ 

Hotel Rafael -^2 

Hotel Vendome -"^" 

Hopkins' Academy XIV 

Howard Springs -^'^ 

Irving Institute, for young ladies XVI 

Johnson, M., The Cafe under Bush Street Theatre, Main Floor XLIX 

Johnson, M., The Cafe, Home-made Doughnuts LIIl 

Jones, Mundy & Co., liquors hack of part second 

Kahn Bros., dry goods XXX 

La Favre Packing Company, home products back of part third 

La Grande Laundry XLVIII 

Lake, Miss, boarding school XII 

Lambla, Jules & Co., employment office under Grand Opera House XLIII 

Larcher & Moe Schools of Languages XVI 

Larsen, C. G., Tivoli Cafe lender Tivoli, Main Floor LI 

Larseu, C. G., Tivoli Cafe under Tivoli, Balcony LIII 

Lee, Madame, Manicure Orpheum, Second Floor LIV 

Loryea's. Dr., New Hammara Baths L 

Ludwig & Abraham, Caterers XLVII 

Lunt's Dancing Academy XVI 

Maison Riche, The, restaurant XLVI 

Manning's Restaurant and Oyster Grotto XLVI 

Market, California, choice meats 102 

Market, Center, Atchinson, B. M. & Co., dairy produce 102 

Marwedel, E. IL, brass bedsteads • VIII 

Mauzy, Byron, pianos and organs 151 

McKay & Ogston, advertising bureau XXX 

Meine'cke, Chas. & Co., wines facing contents 

Meisterschaft, The, school of languages 22a 

Merriman, A. F, & Son, dentists XXX 

Millbrae Dairy, F. H. Green XL 

Mills College XVII 

Montague, W. & Co., decorative brass and iron work pre. S. F. Art Ass'a 129 



H ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVE:RTISRRS-G?«/j;/?^^rf 



Naber, Alfs &, Bnine, Wiue aud Liquor Merchants ^"ijl 

Napa Soda Springs betweeu L aud LI 

Neville & Co., Tents, Awnings, Hammoeks, Etc ])ack, part tenth 

New Home Sewing Machine Company, The facing contents 

Oakland Evening Tribune 043 

O'Brien & Spotoruo, poultry, etc j^q2 

Overland Monthly, The 246 

Pacific Business College ^j^jy 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company, The l>etwecn contents 

Pacific Portrait Co., The XLIV 

Partridge, Sam C, photographic outfits ;^29 

Phillips, Mme J., new hair store XXVIII 

Pierson & Robertson, stationery XXXII 

Plum, Chas. M. & Co.. upholstery Company 129 

Pullman Bustle M'f'g Co., bustles yjjj 

Roberts, wedding invitations, etc XLVIII 

Roebling's Sous Co., John A.; wire, wire rope, etc jy 

RosenthaL fine shoes ..'..'....'.".'.".'between contents 

Riither & Bendixen y,.^^^ ^^ j.^rt fifth 

Sackett Boarding and Day School XIX 

Sackett Boarding aud Day school 92 

San Francisco Chronicle 236 

San Francisco Laundry '..'".'.".'Z".'.'jj"ack of part fifth 

San Fraucisco News Letter 252 

Sau Jose Business College -j^y 

Schuster Brothers, stoves and ranges XL 

Schmidt, Val., pharmacist XLVIII 

Sea Beach Hotel, The ."'......" 931 

Sherwood & Sherwood, wines .".".".'.".'. .'"".'ba'c'k of part fourth 

Sloane, VV. & J. & Co., furniture iu.ide page front cover 

Smith, A. H. & Co., druggists and perfumers XXXVIII 

Snell Seminary ^ ^ XVITT 

Southern Pacific Co ''"Z.Z:.ZZZZZ:n^^^ pa^t first 

Sperry & Co., flour yy 

Steele, James G. &. Co., Palace Drug Store lii 

Stege's Quaker Restaurant Lj2j 

St. James Hotel ^„o 

Swain's Bakery, Swain Brothers xfll 

Taber, photographer _ yt 

The Olive, boarding house "y 

Thors, photographer Alcazar, Balconv XLVII 

Thorson, N., tailor * XXKIT 

Thread— Clark's Spool Cotton " * 956a 

Tracy's Home and Day School, Miss, "The Oaks" XXIV 

Trinity School 

Tschurr & Einseleu, Delmonico Restaurant and Confectionery .„'. l 

Unger, Cress, banjos ' ^ 

Utschig, John, shoes vtvt 

Van Ness Seminary " „. 

Wakelee & Co., druggists ""^"^^""."i^^^.^^faciug inside front cover 

Wasp, The 254 

West, Miss, school for girls y-,, 

Westover,C. & Co., Men's Furnishers, 1119 Broadwav, Oakland.. . lxII 

White Sewing Machine Company, The ." back of part first 

Wickson, G. G. &. Co., Remington Standard Type-Writer bet. L and LI 

WolflP, William & Co., importers and commission merchants XXXVI 

Wonder Flower aud Feather Store, under Baldwin Theatre, Main Floor....... XXXVII 

Wood, George M. & Co., engravers.. • -^ 




PLEASURE 



AND 



HEALTH RESORTS 



THE FOLLOWING NAMED 
ARE WORTHY OF YOUR VISIT 



YOSEMITE 



A Wonder op the World. The Fame of the 
YOSEMITE Valley is Known Throughout the 
Civilized World. 



SHASTA 



The Last Towering Land Mark of the Sierras 
IN THE North, Forever on all Sides Over- 
Powering AND Grand. 



TAHOE 



The world over, the Pleasure Seeker in the 
Summer Affects Lakes, the Sea Shore or the 
Springs. One of the Most Favored Places 
OF this character is lake TAHOE. 



GEYSERS 



This California Hecla is alone Worthy of a 
Trip to see. Nature's Own Laboratory. 



SPRINGS 



Among a few may be mentioned Byron's, Napa 
Soda, White Sulphur, Highland, ^tna. Bart- 
LETT's, Harbin, Seigler, Anderson's and Kla- 
math. 



TRA VEL B V THE 



SATURDAY'S 



GOLDEN GATE SPECIAL 



BETWEEN 

SAN FRANCISCO 

AND 

COUNCIL BLUFFS 



Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers 
Electric Lights, Bath Rooms 
Bapber Shop. Library 
Steam Heating 






TICKET OFFICES. 



613 



MARKET ST. 

(GRAND HOTEL BLOCK) 



613 



BALDWIN HOTEL ROTUNDA OAKLAND FERRY 

SA.N F^RAMCISCO, CAL. 



J. C. STUBBS, 

General Traffic Manager 



A, N. TOWNE, 

General Manager 



T. H. GOODMAN, 

Gen. Passenger & Tkt Agt 




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Containing the Names, Addresses, Reception Days 

AND Country Residences of the Elite of San 

Francisco, San Rafael, Sausalito, San Mateo, 

Redwood City, Menlo Park, San Jose, 

Etc., Etc. 



SPKCIAL NOTICE 

it was the object of the Publishers to issue 
this First Copy of the San Francisco Blue 
Book in December, i8S8, about the opening 
of the Society Season, our hsts were necessarily 
closed early in November, and some names may 
have' been omitted, which of right should have appeared, 
but we have spared neither trouble nor expense in its com- 
pilation, aad believe it to be the most complete and authentic 
work of the kind ever issued on the Pacific Slope. 

It will be published annually, and interested parties 
are requested to keep us informed of any changes occurr- 
ing or corrections to be made in the next issue, that 
we may record them in the register at our office. It is 
our aim to keep the Blue Book absolutely correct, and 
patrons can readily see that the author must in a great 
measure depend upon private sources for his information; 
therefore, to avoid errors, which cause so much annoy- 
ance, we request your hearty co-operation. 

Very respectfully 
TTHE BArsTCROKX COIVLPA^slY 

San Francisco, CaL, Bee. ist, i8SS 



"^ WHITE IS KING 

HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE 

The White Sewing Machine Co. 

Awarded the First, Highest and ouly Award— a Silver Medal— for the 
Best, Most Durable and Complete Family Sewing Machine, after 
One Hundred Days of solid competition with the Singer, 
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It Runs the Lightest Makes the Least Noise 

Has the Greatest Range of Work 

Simple, Durable and Complete 

All of this backed up by a Jury of Intelligent Mechanical 

Experts at the Great Centennial Exhibit 

at Cincinnati, Ohio, 1888. 

Offices, I08 and MO Post Street, San Francisco 



THE 



San Francisco Blue Book 



18S8— 1889 



Note.— The Italics designate the Reception Day, the Bold-Faced Type, 

the Countrj' Residence 



AVjbott, Mr and Mrs Augustus; Cosmos Club 
Abbott, Mr and Mrs S. Leonard, Jr. ; 2411 Pierce st. 
Abbott. Mr and Mrs AVm.; 311 Haight st. 
Acherson, Charles H.; Oriel Hotel 

Miss 

Ackerson, Mrs J. W.; 30 Hawthorne st. 

Adams, J. M. ; 2510 Washington st. 

Adams, Mr and Mrs John Quincy ; 734 Sutter st. 

Adams, L. L. ; Lick House 

Adams, Mr and Mrs L. S.; 825 Bush st. 

Miss Ella 

Adams, Mr and Mrs S. L.; 822 Shotvvell st. 
Adams, Mr and Mrs W. J. ; 1922 Franklin st. 

Miss Louise 

Albertson, Dr. and Mrs ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Alexander, Joseph ; 14C8 JMcAUister st. 

Alexander, S. Cameron ; Cosmos Club 

Allen, Mr and Mrs; 926 Fillmore st. 

Allen, Mr and Mrs E. T. ; 2204 Jackson st. 

Allen, Miss Elsie; 800 Ellis st. 

Allen, Mrs Harry; 570 Harrison st. 

Allen, Henry F. 



Sacramento 



Friday 

Tuesdav 

Monday 



Thursday 



Thursday 



Menlo Park 
Fair Oaks 



Monday 



Wednesday 



Thursday 



Ross Valley 



THE FR^XCO- AMERICAN FOOD GO'S readv made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Ceast Agents 



ALLEN 



AYERS 



Monday 

Monday 

Monday 
Monday 



San Jose 



San Rafael 



Tuesday San Diego 



Allen, Judge J. M.; Grand Hotel San Mateo 

Allison, Mr and Mrs D. E.; Palace Hotel 

Alverson, Mrs Blake; 825 Post st. 

Alvord, Mr and Mrs William ; Palace Hotel 

Alvord, H. B.; Cosmos Club 

Ames, Mrs E. C; Hotel Pleasanton 

Ames, Mr and Mrs Fisher ; The Bella Vista 

Ames, Mr and ]Mrs Pelham W. 

Miss Gertrude 

Miss Alice 

Anderson, Miss; 1222 Pine st. 

Anderson, Mrs J. W. ; 30 Hawthorne st. 

Andrews, Colonel and Mrs A. ; Lick House Monday 

Andrus, Mr and Mrs George H. San Mateo 

Andruss, Miss May ; Presidio 

Angus, Mr and Mrs J. S. ; 1501 AVashington st. 

Arguella, Miss Tula; 912 Bush st 

Armstrong, Mrs ; Haight and Baker sts. 

Armstrong, Mrs H. W. ; 814 Fulton st. 

Armstrong, W. H. ; Palace Hotel 

Arnold, Mr and Mrs Austin; 413 Van Ness ave. Thursday 

Arthur, Charles S. ; Purser O. & 0. S. S. Co. 

Ashburner, Mrs William ; 1014 Pine st. 

Ashe, Mrs Caroline L. ; 2315 Sacramento st. Thursday 

Miss Lena 

Miss Millie 

Miss Bettie 

Ashe, R. Porter; 2315 Sacramento st. 
Ashe, Mr and Mrs W. L. 

Ashworth, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; 806 McAllister st. Thursday 

Atherton, Mrs DoQiingo G. ; lUSO California st. 

Atherton, Mr and Mrs Faxon D. 

Atkinson, Thomas T. ; 1610 Turk st. 

Austin Dr. and Mrs H. ; S. E. cor McAllister and 

Austin, Mr and Mrs Joseph; Palace Hotel 

Auzal, Dr. E. W.; Cosmos Club 

Ayer, Dr. Washington ; 1622 Clay st. 

Miss MalDel 

Ayers, Captain J. C, U. S. A. 



Fresno 

Menio Park 
Menlo Park 



Gough sts. 
Monday 

Annapolis, Md. 

Benicia 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West Havaua Cigars. 

MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



BABCOCK :? BALFOUR 

Babcock, John ; The Westminster 

Babcock, Wilham San Rafael 

Harry 

Babcock, Miss; 306 California st. 

Bach, Charles ; 1583 Folsom st. 

Bachelder, Mr and Mrs Horace ; Thursday 

Bachelder, Mr and Mrs T. F. Thursday Sunol 

Bachman, Mr and Mrs S. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Backus, General and Mrs Samuel W. ; N. W. cor. 20th and Howard sts. 

1st and 3rd Tuesdays Santa Barbara 
Bacon, Joseph S. ; 806 Jones st. 

Miss Helen 

Badlam. Mr and Mrs Alexander ; 1024 Franklin st. Friday 

Miss Maud 

Alexander T. 

Edgar 

Baggs, Mr and Mrs Montgomery ; The Westminster 

Bagley, Mrs Angeline 1).; 28 Liberty st. 

Miss Adele 

Miss Sarah W. 

David B. 

Albert B. 



Bailey, Mr and Mrs James D.; 1915 Franklin st. 

Bailey, Mrs M.; N. E. corner Fillmore and McAllister sts. 

Bailey, Mrs Maria; 824 Valencia st. Wednesday 

Baird, Mrs B. H.; 1454 Franklin st. 

Baker, Mr and Mrs A. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Baker, Mr and Mrs John S. Portland, Orl. 

Baker, Mr and Mrs L. L.; 1822 Washington st. Thursday 
Wakefield 

Baldwin, Charles A.; Union Club 

Baldwin, Mr and Mrs E, J.; 1217 California st. Tuesday 

Baldwin, George W.; Baldwin Hotel 

Baldwin, Mrs Leon ; N. E. corner Gough and Broadway sts. 

Baldwin, Mrs M. V.; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Baldwin, Mr and Mrs 0. D. ; S. E. cor. Pacific ave. and Buchanan st. 

Baldwin, Mr and Mrs Stewart A. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Balfe, M. J. ; 2446 Jackson st. 

Balfour, Robert Menlo Park 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



BALL 



BA^ 



Ball, G. ; Palace Hotel 

Ball, Captain H. M.; 1908 Stockton st. 

Ball, Wm. K.; 1317 Larkin st. 

Ballard, Irwin; The Berkshire 

Bancroft, Mr and Mrs A. L. ; 1403 Van Ness ave 

Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Hubert H.; 1003 Van Xess ave. Walnut Creek 

Bancroft, Mr and Mrs W. B.; 1607 Post st. Friday 

Bandman, Mr and Mrs Julius; 514 Lombard st. Wednesday 

Miss Ant one F. 

Bandman, Mr and Mrs Charles J. ; 908 Van Ness ave., until 31arch 31, 
1889. After April 1st, '89, 2215 Broadway st. 



Banning, Mrs ; Occidental Hotel 

Miss Lucy 

Miss Mary 

Barber, Mr and Mrs Wm. 

Miss Mary 

Miss Alice 

Barclay, Peter T. ; 927 Haight st. 

Barkan, Dr. A. ; 1803 Gough st. 

Barnard, Mr and Mrs George B. ; 46 O'Parrell st. 

Barnell, Mr and Mrs Robert ; The Berkshire Monday 

Barnes. General and Mrs W. H. L. ; 821 Sutter st. 

AVilliam S. 

Barnes, Mr and Mrs W. P. ; Lick House Monday 

Miss Bessie 

Barra, E. J. ; 73S Sixteenth st. 

Barreda, Mrs. F. L. : 1614 California st. Tuesday 

Miss Rose 

Miss Christine 

Barrett, W. G. 

Barriolhet, Mr and Mrs Henry 

Barron, Mr and Mrs Edward 

Barrows, Rev. and Mrs C. D. ; 901 Sutter st. 

Barry, Thomas F. ; 806 Lombard st. 

Barstow, Mrs George ; 927 Pine st. 

Bartlett, George H. ; 1436 Golden Gate ave. 

Barton, Benj. F. ; 612 Bush st. 

Barton, Mr and Mrs AVillard T. ; 2618 Pacific ave. 

Bass, Dr. Frederick; 230 Kearnv st. 



Monday Los Angeles 



Thursday Ross Valley 



Sausalito 

San Mateo 

Mayfield 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD C0^-^ Natural Flavor French Soups, put up iu 
glass especiallv for Childreu's Diet, luvalids. Sick or Weak Persons. 

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BASS 



BEERS 



Bass, Mr and Mrs Thomas J. ; S. E. cor. Noe and Fifteenth sts. 



Bassett, Mr and Mrs A. C. 
Bastain, C. C. ; Galindo Hotel 
Bates, Mrs A. B. ; 1619 Washington st. 
Miss Mary D. 

Bates, George W. ; 1705 Octavia st. 

Miss Laura 

Bates, Morris U. ; 317 Geary st. 

Bauer, Mr and Mrs John A. ; 509 Post st. 

Miss Minna 

Miss Lulu 

Bauer, John E. ; 1838 Geary st. 

Miss Nellie 

John E. Jr. 

Baum, Mrs Charles; 1705 Powell st. 
—Alexander 

Baum, 31. C. ; Baldwin Hotel 

Bausman, Mr and Mrs William; 10 Bond st. 

Miss Harry 

Miss Laura 

Henry S. 

Beach, Mr and Mrs Chilion ; 1301 Taylor st. 

Beach, Thomas P. ; Bohemian Club 

Beale, Truxton; 1007 California st. 

Bean, Lieut. W. H., U. S. A.; Presidio 

Beauregard, A. T.; Cosmos Club 

Beaver, George L. 

Beaver, Mr and Mrs George W. ; 1300 Taylor st. 

Miss Ethel 

Miss Kate 

Miss Anna 

Frederick H. 



Menlo Park 



Friday 



Monday 



Thursday 



Thursday 



San Diego 

Santa Clara 



T uesday 



Beck, Mr and Mrs F. E.; 1716 Bush st. 
Beck, Harry M.; 1019 Sutter st. 

Beck. Mr and Mrs Milton W. 

Miss Myrtle 

Ee3, Mr and Mrs Frederick A.; 620 Eddy st. 
Bee, Mrs .S. L.; Hotel Pleasanton 

Everett N. 

Beers, Rev. and Mrs Hiram W.; Occidental Hotel 



Tuesday 



San Jose 



Monday 

Monday 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S Freuch Soups are put \ap for family use in 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint e-]ass jars. 

MAU. SADLER .t CO., Pacific Coast Agents 



BEFORD 



BINGHAM 



San Jose 

Mare Island 

Washington, D. C. 
Santa Barbara 



Beford, Miss Fannie; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Belcher, E. A.; 322 Geary st. 

Belcher, Judp:e W. C; Palace Hotel 

Belden, Mr and Mrs Charles A.; 2218 Devisadero st. 

Belden, Josiah 

Belknap, Mr and Mrs David P. ; 24 Metcalfe place 

Belknap, Admiral and Mrs Geo. C. 

Bell, Mr and Mrs Francis V. ; 622 Polk st. 

Bell, J. A., U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 

Bell, Mr and Mrs John 

Bell, Mr and Mrs Thomas; 1661 Octavia st. 

Bemis, Mr and Mrs Charles C; 419 Bryant st. 

Bender, Miss E.; 1009 Clay st. 

Benedick, W. E.; 1707 Octavia st. 

Benjamin, Mr and Mrs A. F.; 2712 Pine st. Wednesday 

Benjamin, Lieut. E. E., U. S. A.; Angel Island 

Bennett, Mr and Mrs Clement; 711 Jones st. 

Bennett, Major F. T., U. S. A.; Presidio 

Bennett, T. A.; Grand Hotel 

Benson, John; 803 Stockton st. 

Bent, Mr and Mrs E. F. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Bentley, Horatio N. ; 1463 O'Farrell st. 

Benussi, Signa ; 325 Chestnut st. 

Benyaurd, Major W. H. H. ; Occidental Hotel 

Bermingham, John; 611 Chestnut st. 

Miss Charlotte 

^er^^' S. B. San Rafael 

Berry, Thomas; 1125 Harrison st. 

Bertheau, C; 1719 Geary st. 

Berton, Geo. A.; 104 Turk st. 

Best, Lieut, and Mrs Clement, Jr., U. S. A.; Presidio 

Beylard, Mr and Mrs E. D. San Mateo 

Bigelow, Mr and Mrs J. H. ; 816 Powell st. 

Bigelow, John F.; 1004 Pine st. 

Bigelow, Mr and Mrs S. C. ; N.AV. cor. McAllister and Steiner sts. M.j.iday 

Biggs, Mr and Mrs Harry C. ; 1240 Sutter st. 

Billings, Mr and Mrs George E.; 1612 Clay st. Tv.esday 

Bingham, Lindsey G. ; 1302 California st. 



\ UM YUM SWEET CORX. the fiuest iuthe laud, soU everywaere. Ask j'our Grocer 
^^^■^^- MAU. SADLER L CO., Sole Proprietors. 



7 BLOUNT 
BIRD ' 

Bird, Dr. and Mrs N. J.; 140 McAllister st. Wednesday 

' , ^, 1 TIT Sacramento 

Bifdsall, Mr and Mrs 

Miss Etta 

Frederick 

Birdsall, Miss; 916 Hyde st. 

Bishop, Mr and Mrs Thomas P.; 1503 Larkin st. 

Bissell, H. M.; 2434 Finest. 

Miss Julia 

Bixler, Mr and Mrs David; S.W. cor. Union and Pierce sts. Friday 
Blair, Captain and Mrs Samuel ; 1315 Van Ness ave. Thursday 

Miss Jennie 

William 



Blaisdell, C. J. ; The Renton 

Blake, Dr. and Mrs Charles E. ; 1614 Geary st. 

Blake, Dr. and Mrs Charles E., Sr. ; 618 Eddy st. 

Blake, Charles T. ; 4 Vernon place 

Blake, Maurice C. ; 325 17th st. 

Blakeman, Mr and Mrs T. Z. ; 2420 Pacific ave. Friday 

Blakeney, Thomas J . ; 137 Montgomery st. 

Blanchard, John 0. ; 2006 Jackson st. 

Mr and Mrs Henry P. 

Miss Katie 

Blanchard, Mrs L. A. ; 1008 Bush st. 

Blanding, Mr and Mrs Gordon ; 1900 Franklin st. Friday 

Miss Lena 

Blaney, Mrs Charles D. ^^^ J°^^ 

Blaney, E. AV. ; 2721 Sacramento st. 

Blankman, Dr. and Mrs ; Nucleus Building 

Blethen, Miss Mamie ; 2901 California st. 

Blethen, Mr and Mrs C. ; The Renton Monday 

Bli=s, Miss Annie ; 1597 Pacific ave. Friday 

Block, Mr and Mrs James ; 1533 Sacramento st. 

Blood, Ira E. ; 17th and Noe sts. 

^Nliss May 

George 

Blood, Dr. and Mrs John N. ; 324 Noe st. 

Bloodgood, Miss Annie ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Bloom, S. ; 230 7th st. 

Blount, Mrs A. K. ; The Berkshire Monday 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have uo equaL Smoke them 
and see for yourself. ^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ ^ ^.^_^ p^^.^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 



BLOW 



BOSQUI 



Blow, Mr and Mrs A. W. ; 912 Pine st. 
Blum, Mrs A. ; 526 Ellis st. 

Boardman, Mr and Mrs George C. ; 1750 Franklin st. Tuesday 

Miss Dora 

Samuel H. 

D. 

Bode, William ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Boericke, Dr. William; 1329 Finest. 

Boericke, Dr. and Mrs William ; 834 Sutter st. 

Boggs, Hon. and Mrs John ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Boggs, Mrs John ; 2115 Broadway st. 

Bolado, Mr and Mrs Joaquin ; 528 Sutter st. Monday 
Miss Dulce 

Boiling, Randolph ; Cosmos Club 

Bolton, Mr and Mrs J. R. ; 2201 Jones st. 
Miss Fannv 



Colusa 



Europe 



-Miss Lizzie 
-Robert C. 



Bond, C. A. ; The Bella Vista 

Bonelli, Mr and Mrs E. S. ; Hotel Fairmount 

Bones^ell, Chesley K. ; 1214 Hyde st. 

Bonestell, Mr and Mrs John T. ; 1506 Sacramento 

Bonestell, Mr and Mrs Louis H. ; 512 Stockton sf. 

Louis Cutler 

Bonnell, Mr and Mrs Edwin ; 1709 Gough st. 
Allison C. 

Bonner, Mr and Mrs John ; 1900 Vailejo st. 

Bonney, Miss Callie ; Oriel Hotel 

Boomer, Mr and Mrs A. H. ; 948 Haight st. 

Booth, Mr and Mrs A. G. ; Palace Hotel 

Booth, Hon. Newton 

Borden, Mr and Mrs Ivy ; 1501 Van Ness ave. 

Borel, Mr and Mrs Antoine; 606 Stockton st. 

Boruck, Mr and Mrs Marcus D. ; 2125 California st 

Bosqui, Mr and :\rrs Edward ; 814 Lombard st. 

Miss Helen 

Miss Katie 

Miss Emma 



Wednesday 

St. 



Monday 
Monday 
Monday 



Sacramento 



Thursday 



Sacramento 
Ross Valley 



-Eciw^d L. 



Chicken and Game Pates Truffled, made in the French style by the FRAXCO-AMERI- 
L A> 1-OOD CO., will be found delicious for Breakfast, Lunch or ^UDt^er /^t 
your Grocer tor them. MAU. SADLER cc CO. Pacific Coast A^lnts 



BOTHIN 



BRAXDENSTEIX 



BothiD, :.lr and Mrs H. E. ; N. E. cor. Van Xess and Jackson Friday 



Botsford, Mrs E.; The Berkshire 

Bourke, J.F.; "Chronicle" Office 

Bourn, Mr and Mrs William B.; 1300 Hydest. 

Miss Zaidee 

Bourne. John B.; 2516 California st. 
Bowen, Mr and Mrs E. J. ; 201S Franklin st. 

Miss Mary 

-Miss Edith 

Bowen, Mr and 3Irs Joseph J.; 2014 Webster st. 
Bowers, G. W.; 2610 Jackson st. 
Bowie, Mr and Mrs A. J. ; 1913 Clay st. 

Miss Bessie 

Bowie, Allan St. John; 1225 Geary st. 
Miss Jessie 



Monday 



St. Helena 



Fridxui 



Friday 



San Mateo 
San Mateo 



Bowie, Dr. and Mrs Hamilton C. 

Bowie, Mr and Mrs Harry P.; Sacramento, near Franklin st 

Bowie, Dr. Robert 1.; 2202 California st. 

Bowman, George F. ; 2460 Pacific ave. 

Bowman Mr and Mrs John ; 1832 Sutter st. 

Bowman, Prof. M. L.; Hotel Pleasanton 

Bowman, Mrs May ; 828 Union st. 

Boyd, Mr and :Mrs Alexander; 2023 AVashington st. 

Boyd, Mr and Mrs Colin M. ; American Exchange, (member Cosmos Club) 

Boyd, James T.; Pacific Club 

Boyd, Mr and Mrs James T. , Jr. ; 317 22d st. Wednesday 

Boyd, Mr and Mrs John F. 

Bovsen, Julius; 911 Valencia st. 

— Miss W\ T. 

Edward C. 

Boyson, Dr. and Mrs Thomas ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Bradley, Miss 

Bradley, Mr and Mrs Geo. L.; Baldwin Hotel Monday 

Miss Grace 

Bragg, Mr and Mrs Robert; N. E. cor. Castro and Beaver sts. Wednesday 

Miss Mary 

Miss Lizzie 

John S. 

Robert, Jr. 

Brandenstein, M. J. ; 1611 Bush st. 



San Rafael 

Wednesday 



Mare Island 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are uuexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



BRANDLER ^o " bROWN 



Brandler, Mr and Mrs George L. San Rafael 

Brant, Lieut. L. P., U. S. A.; Angel Island 

Brastow, Mrs S. D. ; 1116 Hyde st. Thursday 

Breaisted, Mrs; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Breede, Henry L.; 1014 Stockton st. 

Breeze, Charles K. ; Cosmos Club Concord, Cal. 

Breeze Mr and Mrs Thomas ; N.W. cor. Franklinand Suttersts. Thnrsdn,^ 
The Misses 

Breon, Mr and Mrs Paul; Lick Hous3 Monday 

Briel, M. L.; 226 Stockton st. 

Briggs, Mr and Mrs A. R.; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Brigham, Dr. and Mrs C. B.; 2202 Broadway st. Lake Tahoe 

Brison, William M. ; 1299 Taylor st. 

Bristol, Mrs; 919 O'Farrell st. 

Miss Maude K. 

Miss Helen 



Mr and Mrs Robert D. 

Brittan, Miss; Beresford Hous? 

Brittan, Mr and Mrs N. J. Redwo:d City 

Britton, George W.; 1313 Taylor st. 

Britton, Joseph; 829 Union st. 

Brooks, Samuel H ; 634 Polk st. 

Miss Maggie 



-Miss Belle 
-Miss Lucy 



Brooks, Samuel M. ; 611 Clay st. 

Brooks, Wm. A. ; 621 Bush st. 

Brown, Dr. Charlotte Blake; 43o Geary st. 

Brown, George C. ; 1026 Washington st. 

Brown, Mr and Mrs J. E. ; 120 Sutter st. 

Brown, Mr and Mrs S. H. ; 003 Treat ave. Thursday 

Brown, Mr and Mrs Thos. ; 1019 Bush st. Thursday 
Miss Lizzie 



Miss Grace 

Miss Fannie 

Brown, AV. E. ; Palace Hotel 

Brown, Mr and Mrs W. S. ; 426 Ellis st. Thursday 

Brown, Mr and .Airs William G. ; 815 Treat ave. Wednesday 
Brown, Mr and Mrs Winsor ; 517 Mason st. 



^^^^^^'|,.^,E^;;;;EST HAyAN\\ cigars have been sold in this market for 

o^er ten > ears. A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best on the market 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



BRUCE 



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BURKE 



Friday 
Thursday 



Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Monday 
Thwedaij 



Bruce, Mr and Mrs Robert ; 2122 Pacific ave. 
Bruguire, Mrs Emiie A. ; 1800 Franklin st. 
Brumagin, J. W. ; 1812 Sacramento st. 

Miss Minnie 

Stuart M. 

Bruue, :\Ir and Mrs Henry ; 824 Grove sc. 
Brunswick, Mr and Mrs E. ; 2107 California st. 
Brvan, Mr and Mrs William J. ; 606 Folsom st. 

— Will V. 

Bryant, Mrs A. J. ; 822 Sutter st. 
Bryant, George H. ; 2315 California st. 

Bryde, Mrs; The Berkshire 

The Misses 

Buckbee, Spencer C. ; 1906 Laguna st. 

Miss Annie 

Samuel G. 

Buckingham, A. E. ; 1016 Franklin st. 

Miss Ella F. 

Buckingham, Thomas H. ; Palace Hotel 

Buckingham, Mr and Mrs W. ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Buckley, Dr. C. F. ; 811 Larkin st. 

Buckley, Mrs E. P. ; 1103 Jackson st. 

Bucknall, Dr. and Mrs George J. ; 1121 Laguna st. Thursday 

Miss Maggie 

Bull, 3Ir and Mrs Alpheus ; Francisco and Leavenworth sts. 

Alpheus, Jr. 

Bundschu, Charles ; 125 Chestnut st. 

Bunker, Mr and Mrs R^^:?'-t F. ; 62J Eddy st. 

^li^F- Y.V..: 

Bunker, Mr and Mrs Willia • '. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 
Buil>ank, Mr and Mrs M. B. : 1 114 Clay st. 

Eurdick, George R. ; 1523 Sc(,U et. 

Miss Fannie 

Burgess, Mr and Mrs George 1 f. ; 1019 Hyde st. 
Burgess, Dr. and Mrs 0. 0. ; i -• * Geary st. Friday 

Burgin, John F. ; 801 Golden lute ave. Friday 

MisR \.gnes 

John F., Jr. 

Burke, Judge and ISIrs Ethell :i ■ 824 Powell st. Tuesday 



Kelseyville 



GORDON' & DILWORTH'S Fiue 1 served Fruits, Jellies, Olives. Ketcliup, Wiue 
Jellies, Etc., to be had a^ all -^ JV^o^^^^^ ^ ,.0.. Pacific Coast Agents. 



BURLING 



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CAMPBELL 



Los Angeles 



San Jose 



Burling, Mrand Mrs Benjamin L. ; 1618 Washington st. Tuesday 

Miss Mamie H. 

G. B. 

Burling, J. W. ; The Bella Vista 

Burlington, Mrs William ; 1618 Washington st. 

Burnett, J. C, U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club "McArthur" 

Burnett, Mrs J. M. ; 1713 Larkin st. Friday 

Burnett, Mr and Mrs W. C. ; 1916 Broadway st. 

Burns, Capt. and Mrs A. M. ; 1329 Leavenworth st. Tuesday 

Miss Daisy 

Burns, Clayton J. 

Burns, Mr and Mrs Isidore ; Grand Hotel Monday 

Burns, Mrs M. A. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Miss Lillie 

Burns, Paul O. ; Cosmos Club 
Burns, W. F. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Burrell, Mr and Mrs; 1322 Mission st. 
Miss Nellie E. 

Burton, Mr and Mrs Charles; 1024 Washington st. 
William 

Bush, Hyman P. ; 1011 Golden Gate ave. 

Butler, Miss ; 522 Van Ness ave. 

Butterfield, Miss Ada ; 1 1 05 Taylor st. Menlo Park 

Buxton, 0. W. ; Palace Hotel 

Byrne, F. J. ; Occidental Hotel 

Byrne, J. W. ; Occidental Hotel 

Cachot, Miss Minnie; 207 Taylor st. 

Cahalin, Miss G. H. ; 616 Jones st. 

Cahill, E. J. ; Grand Hotel 

Callaghan, Mr and Mrs D. ; 830 Eddy st. 

The Misses 

Callahan, Rev. Father Menlo Park 

Cammock, J. M. ; Grand Hotel 
Campbell, Alexander, Jr. ; 1415 Mason st. 

Campbell, Mr and Mrs John F. ; 1519 Van Ness ave. 
Miss Isabel 

Campbell, Mr and Mrs Walter C. (Mrs Mariner) ; 1820 Turk st. Mow.. . y 
Campbell, W. S. ; Cosmos Club Ne?? York 

Campbell, William H., Jr. ; 2301 Devi.sadero st. 



-MATTONI'S GIESSHUBLER. The Empress of Table Wate- . The favorite 

of all Visitors at Karlsbad. MAU, SADLER c«.' -., Pacific Coast Agents. 



CAPP 



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CASTELAZO 



Capp, Prof. A. B. ; 1148 Sutter st. 

Carey, Gen'l and Mrs J. T. ; Grand Hotel 

Carlin, Lieut. U. S. N, 

Carlson, C. J. ; 523 Pine st. 

Carman, Miss ; 410 Post st. 

Carmany, Mr and Mrs John W. ; 514 Hyde st. 

Carolan, Mr and Mrs James ; 1714 California st. 

Miss Evelyn 

Miss Genevieve 

Miss Emeline 

Frank 

Herbert 



Monday 



Monday 
T uesday 
Tuesday 



Mare Island 



Carpenter, Edwin W. ; 1312 Taylor st. 

Carpenter, Mrs M. A. ; 92-3 Clay st. 

Carrey, Mr and MrsEdmond; N. E. cor. Sutter and Steiner sts. 

Carrigan, Mr and Mrs Andrew; 2124 California st. 

Miss 

Andrew, Jr. 

WiUiam 



Carroll, Edgar B. 

Miss Mamie 

Miss Flora 

Carroll, John ; Palace Hotel 

Miss 

Miss F. 

G. L. 

Carroll, Mr and Mrs P. J. ; 1520 Van Ness ave. 
Carroll, Thomas P. ; 5lH Lombard st. 

Miss Lizzie 

Casa, A. Delia ; Grand Hotel 
Case, Geo. A. ; 2338 Washington st. 
Case, Mr and Mrs I. W. 
Casey, Mr and Mrs W. J. 
• Cassell, Mr and Mrs John F. ; 2118 Pacific ave. 
Casserly, Mrs Eugene ; 2123 Buchanan st. 

Miss S. Daisy 

John B. 

Augustus 

Castelazo, Arthur ; 730 Gough st. 
Miss 



Sacramento, 9th & H sts. 



Monday 



Friday 
Friday 



Astoria, Or. 
Stockton 
Friday 
Friday 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pound rouud cauisters ouly 
Ask vour Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietor... 



CASTLE ,, 
^ "* CHRIETIEN 

Castle Air and Mrs Frederick L. ; Van Xess ave. and Sutter st 

311SS UJanche 

Miss Eva 

Albert E. 

Arthur H. 

Castle, Mr and Mrs M. ; 1624 Octavia st. 

Castle, Seville H. 

Castle. Mr and Mrs Walter M. ; 1824 Pacific ave. Friday ^"^ "^'"'^ 

Catherwood, Mr and Mrs R. B. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Catlow, Mr and Mrs John ; San Jose ave. and 24th st. Thnrsday 

Center, Mr and Mrs Wm. ; 214 Shotwell st. 

John 

Chadbourne, Mr and Mrs F. S. ; 1106 Bush st. 
Chalmars, Wm. L. ; 641 Golden Gate ave. 

Chamberlain, Mrs Eloise ; 306 Stockton st. 

Miss Cherry 

Miss Belle 

Miss Charlotte 

Chamberlain, Colonel and 3Irs W. E. 

Chapman, Mr and Mrs W. S. ; Palace Hotel Uonday ' 

Chapman, ^YiifredB^; (Consul for Bslgium) ; Union Club ; 

Otfxce 123 California st. 
Chappell, Joseph J. ; 317 Powell st. 
Chase, Miss ; 1222 Pine st. 

Chase, Mr and Mrs Horace B. VoMnf^.-n m 

,,- ^^ ^ountville. Napa Co 

C heeseman, Mr and Mrs Morton ; Palace Hotel. Mondau 

Miss Jennie • 

George S. 

Chesebroagh, Mr and Mrs A. ; 242S Jackson st. 
Chevassus, Mr and Mrs Edward; 2521 Scott st. 

Childs. Wm.; Palace Hotel 

Mrs O. W. ^°^ Ange:e3 

—The Missas 

Chinn, Miss; X.W. cor. Washington aud Franklin sts. Frida, 

Chmn, Mrs Thomas ; 2923 Clay st. 

Chismore, Dr. George; 92) Market st. 

ChowQ, Mr and Mrs James G. ; 531 Turk st. 

Choynski, Herbert; 1209 Golden Gate ave. 

Chrietien, Mr and Mrs John M. ; S04 Bush .st. Tuesday 



CHRYSTAL 



15 



COIT 



Chrystal.Mrs; 1329 Union st. 

Pierre 

James B. 



Church, Seymour ; 1910 Howard st. 

Church, Mrs T. R. ; 1016 Franklin st. 

Clark, Mr and Mrs C. H. ; Palace Hotel 

Clark, Joseph ; Union Club 

Clark, Miss Minnie 

Clark, Mr and Mrs W. E. ; 1703 Broderick st. 

Clark, Warren D. ; N. E. cor. California st. and V 

Clark, Mr and Mrs Z. P. ; 2612 California st. 

Clarke, Alfred ; 1421 Howard st. 

Clarke, Mr and Mrs Jeremiah ; 2119 California st 

Miss Edith 

Miss Lottie 

E. K. 



Tuesdai/ 
Monday 



Sacramento 



Clarke, T. D. ; Grand Hotel 
Clawson, Leonard E. ; 129 Oak st. 
Clayton, Mrs C. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Clement, Mr and Mrs L. H. ; The Bella Vista 
Clements, John ; Lick House 
Clough, Charles L. ; Cosmos Club 
Cluiiess, Dr. and Mrs W. R. 

Miss Mabel 

Miss Minnie 



Clunie, Mr and Mrs Thomas J. ; 836 Turk st. 
Cochran, Dr. and Mrs John ; The Berkshire 
Code, Mr and Mrs Philip D ; 93) Valencia st. 
Code, James A. ; 930 Valencia st. 

Miss May 

Coffin, Mr and Mrs Jam3S 
Coffin, Mrs G. 

Cofran, Tohn W. G. ; 1404 Van Ness ave. 
• Cog^ins, Edward B. ; The Westminster 

Cohen, Edward A. ; 1706 Fillmore st. 

Cohen, Rev. Elkan ; 905 Hyde st. 

Cohen, Mr and Mrs R. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Cohn, Mrs ; 1404 Sutter st. 

Coit, :^.Irs Lillie M. ; Palace Hotel 



an Ness ave. 
Tuesday 

Fiida'i 



Monday 
Tliuri'.day 



Sacramento 



Mo It da') 



TueHdjv) 



San Rafael 
Carson, Nev. 

Napa City 



Monday 



Monday Larkmead 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET "OtMng is better than a e^^^^^^ 
.ested .oup. such as a. put lap >^>Vj1^^-,,^RANC0.V^^ERKAN^ 



Lsrents. 



COLBURX 16 



COOK 



Colburn, Mrs C. H. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Cole, Hon. Cornelius ; Hotel Pleasanton Los Angeles 

Cole, Foster P. ; 1707 Gough st. 

Cole, Mr and Mrs X. P. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Miss Emma 

Miss Nellie 

Charles M. 

Cole, Dr. and Mrs E. Beverly; 723 Sutter st. 

Cole, Schuyler L^- Angeles 

Cole, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; 1301 Laguna st. 

Miss Gussie 

Miss Etta 

Cole, Willoughby ; Lick House Monday 

Coleman, Carleton C. ; Palace Hotel San Rafael 

Coleman, Mrs Carleton C. ; 2018 Webster st. 

Coleman, Mr and Mrs E. J.; 1450 Sacramento st. Tuesday 

Miss Dora 

Coleman, Mrs J. H.; Lick House Monday 

Coleman, Mr and Mrs John W. ; L'nion Club 
Coleman, Mrs ]\Laria; 517 Sutter st. 

James V. 

Coleman, Nicholas D. ; Cosmos Club Los Angeles 

Coleman, Mr and Mrs Wm. T. San Rafael 

Robert L. 

Colley, F. A. ; 202 San Jose ave. 

Collier, Mr and Mrs Wm. B. ; Occidental Hotel Monday Lakeport 

Collins, Mr and Mrs T. W. ; 1824 Eddy st. 

Colton, Mrs D. D. ; California and Taylor sts. 

Condit, Mr and Mrs Elliot ; The Westminster Monday 

Connell, Miss Nora ; 1823 Pine st. 

Connely, Miss ; 1502}^ Golden Gate ave. 

Conner, Mrs John W. ; 1455 Franklin st. Friday 

Miss Carrie 

Miss Julie 

Conrad, Mr and Mrs David; 441 Golden Gate ave. 
Conrad, Mr and Mrs J. G. ; 2403;^ California st. 
Conrad, Samuel; 317 Bush st. 
Conroy, Miss ; 2024 California st. 
Cook, Dr. A. S. ; 224 Post st. 
Miss C. L. 



MATTOXrS CARLSBAD GIESSHCbLER retain its gas for ai. uuusuallv long time 
atter the bottle ha;? beeu opened. Grocers and Druggi^f; keep it " 

MAU, SADLER ct Co.. Pacific Coast Agents. 



COOK 17 CRANE 

Cook, Mrs Elisha; 16th and Hoff ave. Wednesday 

Miss Leonide 

:\rr and Mrs \Vm. Hoff 

Dr Channing 

Cook, Mr and Mrs H. N. ; 809 Hyde st. 
Cook, Seth ; Palace Hotel 

Cooke, Mrs Wm. B. ; 522 O'Farrell st. Wednesday 
Walter B. 

Cooper, (xeorge D. ; 1456 Franklin st. 

Cooper, Mr and Mrs J. B. H. ; 1926 Octavia st. Wednesday 

Miss Alice 

Cooper, Mrs S. M. ; 1608 Van Ness ave. 

Cooper, Mrs Sarah B.; 1902 Vallejo st. 
Cooper, William : 330 O'Farrell st. 

Cope, Miss Anna; 826 Powell st. 
Cope, Warner W. ; 614 Sutter st. 

Corbitt, Wm. ; Palace Hotel Monday San Mateo 

Miss ]Minnie 

Miss Nellie 

Cormack, Mr and Mrs C. F. ; 2508 Folsom st. 
Corning, Mrs Phoebe ; 843 Mission st. 
Cornwall, Mr and Mrs P. B. ; 609 Harrison st. 

Miss 

Corran, W. H. L. ; 626 Haight st. 

Cortez, Madame ; Van Ness Seminary 

Cory, Mr and Mrs J. H. ; 326 Oak st. Wednesday 

Cotton, Mrs Aylett R. ; 837 Post st. 

Cotton, Lieut. Gilbert P., U. S. A. ; Presidio 

Coulter, Mrs Clarence H. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Coursen, Miss Ellen ; 1060 Fulton st. 

Cowie, Wallace M. ; 1224 Twenty-first st. 

Cowles, Mr and Mrs Samuel W. ; 35 Twelfth st. 

Cowles, Wm. Northrope ; Grand Hotel Santa Barbara 

Cox, Captain and Mrs J. B. ; 2740 California st. Friday 
Cramer, Walter H. ; 808 Leavenworth st. 
Crane, A. E. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Crane, Mr and INIrs Lemuel P. ; 210 Fillmore st. Wednesday 

^liss Daisy 

Miss Lillie B. 

Douglas B. 

THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than fan be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER ct CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



CRAVEN 



18 



CURRY 



Craven, Mrs N. R. ; Occidental Hotel Monday 

MissM. M. 

Crawford, Mrs J . ; 2502^ California st. 

Creighton, Mr and Mrs T. F. ; 623 Shotwell Thursday 

Cressey, E. P. ; Occidental Hotel 

Crim, Mrs Samuel; 2320 Howard st. 

George S. 

Crim, Mr and Mrs Wm. H. ; 2526 Howard st. 
Christy, Mrs H. P. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Crittenden, C. S. ; 305 Jones st. 
Crocker, Mrs Charles; 1100 California st. 
Crocker, Charles F. ; 915 Leavenworth st. 
Crocker, Mr and Mrs Clark W. ; 16J9 Sutter st. 

Miss Fannie 

Henry J. 

Edgar 

Crocker, Mrs E. B. ; S.W. cor. Van Ness and Washington Sacramento 
Crocker, Col. and Mrs Fred. ; Pine and Leavenworth sts. Millbrae 

Crocker, Mr and Mrs H. S. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

■ Charles H. 



Monday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 



Crocker, Mr and Mrs John H.; 152) Clay st. 

Crocker, Mr and Mrs Wm. H. ; California and Jones sts. Tuesday 

Crockett, Mr and Mrs J. B. ; 2329 California st. Friday 

Crockett, Mr and Mrs J. B., Jr. ; 1711 California st. 

Crooks, J. E. Benicia 

Crooks, Mrs S. ; 801 Sutter st. 

Crowley, Mr and Mrs Patrick ; 1629 Sacramento st. 

Miss Daisy 

]\Iiss Josie 

Cummings, Francis; 1722 Sutter st. 

Cunningham, Mr and Mrs James; 2518 Broadway st. 



-John 



Cunningham, John ; 209 Gough st. 
Cuflett, Wm. 

Currey, Judge and Mrs Montgomery; Palace 
Currier, Mr and Mrs J. P. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Currier, Willis J. ; The Bella Vista 
Curry, Mr and ]Mrs John ; Palace Hotel 
Curi-v, Mr and Mrs R. J. 



Monday 
Monday 
Monday 
Monday 



San Rafael 
Dixon 



Dixon 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE^R. KELLY & CO'S Key West 

Havana Cigars. MAU; SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



CURTIS 



19 



DAVIS 



Curtis, Mr and Mrs Allen A. 

Curds, Edward ; Grand Hotel 

Curtis, John M. ; 710 Post st. 

Curtis, Mr and Mrs Jonathan ; 1720 Baker st. 

Curtis, Mr and Mrs W. G. ; 811 Polk st. 

Cushing, Dr. and Mrs Clinton ; 636 Sutter st. 

Cushing, Mr and Mrs Sidney B. 

Cuspenera, Madame ; The Berkshire 

Cutlar, Dr. and Mrs Roger ; 421 Ellis st. 

Cutter, Mrs B. B.; 500 Van Ness ave. 

Cutter, Mr and Mrs C. G. ; The Bella Vista 

Cutter, Mrs J. H. f 2532 Washington st. 

Cutting, Mr and Mrs John T. ; Occidental Hotel 

Daggett, Mr and Mrs ; Bush and Mason sts. 

Miss Grace 



San Rafael 



Thursday 



Monday 



San Rafael 



Dallam, Mr and Mrs R. B. ; 1731 Sutter st. 

Miss Ella 

Miss Annie 

Fred 

Danforth, Mr and Mrs Edwin; 1200 Mason st. 

Miss Fannie 

Edward P. 

Daniels, Mr and Mrs Samuel H. ; 1012 Leavenworth st. 

Miss Fannie 

Danneviller, Prof. Marc J. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Darling, Major J. A.; Pacific Club 

Darr, Mr and Mrs Francis A. ; 2r)02 California st. 



Friday Los Medanos 
Thursday 

Monday 



Thursday 



Wednesday 



Fort Mason 



Miss 

Miss Alice 

Wnnrl 




Darwin, Chas. B. 


San Rafael 


Davidson, David B. 


San Rafael 


Davidson, Prof, and Mrs George; 1117 Hyde st. 


. 






Davidson, Rev. H.; 417 Mason st. 




Davis, Mr and Mrs A. G. ; 1605;Scott st. 


Wednesday 


Davis, C. ; 591 Ellis st. 




Davis, Mr and Mrs E. G.; Grand Hotel 


Monday 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Ovsters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



DAVIS 



DEEKING 



Davis, Edward C. ; 11 'io Buchanan st. 
Davis, Mr and Mrs George A.; 1109 Bush 8t. 

Mr and Mrs A. M. 

Davis, Dr. Henry C; 131 Post st. 

Davis, Mr and Mrs Horace ; 1011 Bush st. 

Davis, Mrs Isaac E.; 1802 Pacific ave. 

Davis, Lieut, and Mrs J. M. K.; Presidio 

Da\ds, Mr and Mrs John B. F. ; 920 Guerrero 

Davis, Mr and Mrs P. L. ; 2317 Sutter 

Davis, Rev. and Mrs William W. ; 2108 Jackson st. 

Miss Mary Converse 

Dayan, Mr and Mrs Judge W. ; 517 Mason st. 

Deacon, William ; 811 Twentieth st. 

Deady, Judge and Mrs Matthew P. ; 163 Tenth st. 

Mr and Mrs Edward X. 

Paul R. 

Henderson B. 



Wednesday 



Thursday 



Oakland 



Wednesday 

Tuesday San Rafael 



Portland, Or. 



Dean, Dr. Cunningham; Cosmos Club 

Dean, Mrs E. J. ; Palace Hotel 
The Misses 

Dean, Mr and Mrs Walter E. ; Baldwin Hotel 
Walter L. 

Deane, Dr. C. W., U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 
Deane, Mr and Mrs Coll ; 1124 McAllister st. 
Deane, Evans B. ; 1018 McAllister st. 

Deane, Mrs M. ; 1910 California st. 

Miss Mamie 

J. J. 

William 

Deane, Mrs Tennyson ; 800 Bush st. 

Dearborn, Captain and Mrs H. C. ; Palace Hotel 

Dearborn, Irving A. ; Palace Hotel 
Debney, Captain Gerald ; 917 McAllister st. 
Charles 

Decker, Mrs Peter ; Palace Hotel 
Miss Alice 

Deering, F. P. ; 929 Fillmore st. 
J. H., Jr. 

Deering, Mrs. Kate A. ; 413 Mason st. 
Miss Minnie 



Monday 
Monday 



'McArthur" 



Tluirsday 



Tuesday 

Monday 

Stmr. "City of Pekin'' 



Mondaif Marysville 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up in 
glass especially for children's Diet, Invalids, >ick or Weak Persons. 

MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



T)E FORREST 



21 



DE SABLA 



De Forrest, Mr and Mrs AV. F. ; Grand Hotel Monday 

Degener, L. E. (Consul of Guatemala) ; Cosmos Club 

De Grayer, Mrs J. A. ; 707 Mason st. Tuesday 

De Guigne, Mr and Mrs C. San Mateo 

Deitzel, Mrs ; 19 Webster st. 
Miss 

Deitzler, Miss ; 1904 Webster st. 
Deitzler, Mrs Geo. ; 3309 Clay st. 

Miss Mamie 

Miss Georgie 

De Kraft, J. C. P. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

De la Montanya, Mr and Mrs James ; 1510 Taylor st. T uesday 
Miss Jennie 

De la Montanj'a, Mr and Mrs James, Jr. ; 1508 Taylor st. Tuesday 



De La Requena, Madame ; The Berkshire 
De Laveaga, Mrs M. A. ; 1228 Geary st. 

Delmas, Mr and Mrs D. M. ; Palace Hotel 

Miss D. 

Miss A. 

Miss J. 



Monday 
Friday 
Monday Mountain View 



Delmas, Mr and Mrs Delphine ; 1327 Clay st. 

De Long, Mr and Mrs. Frank C. 

Dempsey, Miss ; Palace Hotel 

Dempster, C. Ross ; 9 Bond st. 

Denicke, E. A. ; 819 Turk st. 

Denigan, Mr and Mrs Thos. ; 1715 Octavia st. 

Denman, Mr and Mrs James ; 2101 Webster st. 

Miss May 

William 

Dennis, Dr. and Mrs ; Palace Hotel 

Dennis, Mr and Mrs L. W. 

De Noon, Mrs; The Berkshire 

Miss Emma 

Miss Dottie 

Denver, Miss Jennie ; 320 Turk st. 

De Russey, Colonel Isaac D. ; Union Club 

De Ruyter, John E. ; 609 Sutter st. 

De Sabla, Mr and Mrs Eugene ; 219 Geary st. 
Eugene, Jr. 



Navota, Marin Co. 

Monday 



Friday 



Monday , 



Los Angeles 



Monday 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'B Fieuch Soups are put up for family use iu 
quart and j)int cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacifie Coast Agents. 



^^^^^ ^^0 22 . DONAHUE 

Descalso, Mr and Mrs Luke M. ; 1920 Howard st. 

Deiiprey, Mr and Mrs Eugene N. ; 2629 Bush st. 

De Vecchi, Dr and Mrs Paolo ; 1717 Jackson st. 

Devlin, Robert T. Sacramento 

De Voe, Mr and Mrs B. O. ; 1116 Powell st. Wednesday 

Dewey, Squire P. ; Pacific Club 

Dewey, Mr and Mrs AV. P. ; Baldwin Hotel Monday 

Dewey, Wm. P. ; Union Club 

Dexter, Mr and Mrs Frank Saratoga 

Dextsr, Henry Stanley ; Union Club Calistoga 

De Young, Mr and Mrs M. H. ; 1919 California st. Thursday 

^^^^^^> ^^' San Rafael 
Dibble, Mr and Mrs Henry C. ; 1916 Sacramento st. 
Dibblie, Mrs H. C. ; 1719 Clay st. Thursday 
Miss 

Dickinson, Colonel and Mrs John H. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 
Dickson, Mr and Mrs Robert ; Baker and Haight sts. T hursday 
Dillenback, Captain J. W. ; Presidio 
Dillon, Mrs ; 501 Van Xes3 ave. 

Miss Marie 

Miss Kate 

Thomas I. 



Dimond, Harry P. ; Cosmos Club 

Dimond, Gen. and Mrs W. H. ; Occidental Hotel Monday Menlo Park 
Miss E. 



-Miss M. 

-Mr and Mrs E. R. 



Dinsmore, Mr and Mrs C. G. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Diss, J. Wallace F.; 2230 Jackson st. 

Doane, :\rr and Mrs W. G. ; 418 Hyde^t. 

Dobinson, J. H.; Palace Hotel 

Dodge, Mr and Mrs Henry L.; 1298 Van Ness ave. Friday 

Dodge, Mr and Mrs N. ; 1019 21st st. 

Dodge, Zenas U. ; 607 Ellis st. 

Miss M. 

Doe, John S. ; Grand Hotel 

Doe, Mr and Mrs Loring B. ; Cosmos Club Fish Rock, Mendocino Co. 

Dolbeer, John ; 828 Lombard st. 

Donahue, Mrs Annie ; 454 Bryant st. Wednesday 

YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the laud, sold everywhere. 

Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



DONAHUE 



23 



DU BOIS 



Donahue, Colonel and Mrs J. Merwn ; 2220 Broadway st. 

Donahue, Mr and Mrs P. J. ; 346 First st. 

Donnell, Mrs Arthur ; 1227 Myrtle Tuesday Howell Mt. 

Arthur 

Donohoe, Mr and Mrs Jos. A. ; 526 Harrison st. Wednesday Menlo Park 

Edward 

Mr and Mrs Joseph A., {nee Parrott) Jr. 

Donohue, Mr and Mrs Dennis ; The Bella Vista Thursday 
Miss Rose 

Dore, Mrs C. ; 2900 California st. 
Miss Ruby 

Dore, Mr and Mrs Maurice ; 1215 Jones st. 

Miss Charlotte 

Miss Nellie 

Mr and Mrs Charles 

Dorland, Mr and Mrs T. A. C. ; 623 17th st. 

Miss Leonora 

Dorn, Lieut, and Mrs, U. S. N. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Doughty, Rev. John ; 1508 Leavenworth st. 

Douglas, Mrs ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Douglass, Mr and Mrs Mark W. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Douty, Mr and Mrs Frank ; 509 Webster st. 

Dowling, Thomas H. ; 2323 Pacific ave. 

Downey, Ex-Gov. and Mrs John G. 

l>oxey, Wm. ; 916 Fulton st. 

Doyle, Mr and Mrs John T. 

Miss I annie 

John T., Jr. 

Dozier, Thomas B. 

Dressel, Dr. and Mrs ; 1705 Powell st. 

Drexler, Mr and Mrs Louis P. ; 1411 Van Ness ave. 

Drinkhou^e, Mr and Mrs J. A. ; 42 South Park 

Miss Lulu 

^John A . , Jr. 

Frederick R. 

Drown, A. N. ; N. E. cor. Jackson and Pierce sts. 
Dubedat, Eugene ; 1714 Stockton st. 

Edward 

DuBois, Dr. H. A., Jr. 



Sausalito 



Los Angeles 



Menlo Park 



Napa City 



San Rafael 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have no equaL 

Smoke them and see for yourself. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



DUFF 



24 



EASTON 



Monday 



Puff, 3Iiss A. M. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Dugan, Albert D. ; 33 Twelfth st. 

Daisenberg, C. A. C. ; 1031 Harrison st. 

Duncan, Mr and Mrs H. ; 1823 Turk st. 

Duncan, Mr and Mrs William L. ; 801 Leavenworth st. 

Dunn, Hon. John P. 

Dnnne, Peter J., Jr. ; Pacific Club 

Dunning, W. B., U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 

Dunphy, Mr and Mrs W. H. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Dunphy, Mr and Mrs William ; 2122 Washington st. 

Miss Jennie 

James C. 



Sacramento 
San Jose 



Dunsmuir, Alexander ; Pacific Club 
Dunwoody, Lieut. F. M., U. S. N. 

Durand, Mr and Mrs Joseph A. ; 17 South Park 
Miss Gabriel 

Durbrow, Mr and Mrs A. K. ; 1615 Washington st. 
Miss Kate 

Durbrow, Mr and Mrs Elbridge; 1706 Buchanan st. Friday 

Durbrow, Mr and Mrs Joseph ; 1124 Bush st. Thursday 

-Miss Emma 

]Miss Carrie 

Harry 

Durden, Henrv S. ; 1511 Baker st. 

Dutard, Air and Mrs Hyppolite ; Occidental Hotel Monday 
Button, Mr and Mrs Henry, Jr. ; 1732 Pacific ave. 
Dutton, Mr and Mrs Samuel E. ; 2511 Sacramento st. 
Dutton, Mr and Mrs Wm. J. ; 2007 Devisadero st. Tuesday 
Duval, Geo. L. ; 322 Geary st. 

Eagan, Capt. and Mrs Chas. P. ; Occidental Hotel Monday 

Miss Estrelle :SL 

Charles E. 

Eagleson, J. G. ; 317 Stockton st. 
R. 

Earl, Mr and Mrs John O. ; 2440 Jackson st. 
Easton, Mrs ; Leavenworth and Pine sts. 
^Ansel M. 

Easton, Geo. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Easton, Mr and Mrs George ; 506 Sutter st. 



'Bear" 



Peru 
Monterey 



San Mateo 



Chicken and Game Pates Truffle,!, made m the French style bv the FRANCO- \MERI- 

'^^'^'- ' J^ADi^hK & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



EASTON 



ENGELBRECHT 



Monday 

Monday 

Thursday 

Tuesday 



Thursday 
Thursday 



Easton, Mrs 0. W. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Miss E. B. 

Easton, Mr and M rs Wendell ; Palace Hotel 

Eaton, Mrs IrP A. ; 1804 Sutter st. 

Ebbetts, Mr and Mrs Arthur M. ; 1401 Jones st. 

Miss Carrie 

Miss Annie 

Eberle, Robert M. ; 821 Larkin st. 

Eddy, Miss Mabel ; 1420 California st. 

Edgar, William, ; 944 Folsom st. 

Edgerton, Mrs Frances B. ; 1001 Leavenworth st. 

Edmonds, Miss Emily ; The Bella Vista 

Edmonds, Lieut. Frank H., U. S. A. 

Eells, Mr and Mrs John S. ; 2508 Folsom st. 

Miss Lulu M. 

Ehrenberg, Dr. A. T. ; 918 Hyde st. 

Thomas E. 

Ehrman, Mr and Mrs M. ; 519 Van Ness ave. 
Eklund, Mr and Mrs J. P. ; 1812 Bush st. 

Elam, Mrs; 1406 Webster st. 

Miss Mamie 

Eldridge, Ohver ; 615 Sutter st. 

Eliot, Joseph B. ; 15 Eleventh st. 

EUicott, Ensign and Mrs John N. 

Elliot. Miss Kate; The Berkshire 

Elliot, General and Mrs W. L. ; 1920 Franklin st. Friday 

3Iiss Fannie 

Miss Mamie 

Miss Kate 



Angel Island 



Thursday 



Mare Island 



Monday 



Elliot, Charles ; 614 Sutter st. 

Ellis, Mr and Mrs A. C. ; 2524 Washington st. 

Eloesser, Mr and Mrs Arthur; 1711 Stockton st. 

Ehvell, Frank D.; 24 Fell st. 

Emery, W. H. ; 1625 Post st. 

Emmons, Elmer S. ; 1023 Valencia st. 

Endres, Jacob ; 408 Haight st. 

Engelbrecht, H. ; 1523 Webster st. 

Engelbrecht, Mr and :Mrs H. A. ; 834 Turk st. 

R. T. 



3nd and 4th Thumlnys 



H. 0. WILBUR & SC^^^^^O^^^^^^^^d cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 

Ar*TT aAr>TT?R Sl CO Pacific Coast Agents. 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER &^ cu., raL 



ENGLISH 



26 



FARRAR 



English, Mr and Mrs John F. ; 2417 Howard st. 

Eppinger, Mr and Mrs J.; Baldwin Hotel 

Erickson, Miss E.; 117 Jones st. 

Estee, Mr and Mrs Morris M. ; Palace Hotel 
Miss Maud 

Evans, Mr and Mrs Evan C. 

Evans, Mrs George S.; 141 Hancock st. 
Miss Hallie 

Evans, L. J.; N. W. cor. Haight and Gough sts. 

Evans, Mrs M. C. 

Evans, Judge and Mrs O. P.; 2416 Washington st. Friday 

Everest, Mr and Mrs H. B. 

Miss I*Nellie 



Monday 

Thursday 

Monday 



Wednesday 



Napa 
San Rafael 

San Jose 
Riverside 



Everts, Mr and Mrs P.; The Bella Vista 

Eyre, Colonel and Mrs E. E. ; Palace Hotel 

Miss Mary 

Perry 

Mr and Mrs Edwin L. 



Thursday 

Monday Menlo Park 



Monday 

Virginia City, Nev. 
Thursday 

Monday 



Fagan, Mr and Mrs E. ; The Berkshire 
Fair, Charles L. ; Baldwin Hotel 
Fair, Hon. James G. ; Occidental Hotel 
Fair, James G., Jr. ; Baldwin Hotel 
Fair; Mrs Teresa; 1120 Pine st. 

Miss Tessie 

Fairchild, Harriet; The Berkshire 
Faison, Lieut. S. L., U. S. A. ; Presidio 
Falkenstein, Mr and Mrs H. ; Palace Hotel 
Miss 

Fargo, Calvin F. ; Union Club 
Fargo, Mr and Mrs Earl A. ; 1919 Sutter st. 
Fargo, Jerome B. ; 1310 O'Farrell st. 
Miss Lulu 

Fargo, Mrs. L. L. 

Farnfield, Charles P. ; Cosmos Club 

Farnsworth, E. D. ; 105 Scott st. 

Farquharson, Charles ; 620 Sutter st. 

Farquharson, David ; Palace Hotel 
D. F. 

Farrar, Mrs Wm. H. Tuesday 1003 South Hope St., Los Angeles 



Friday 



Santa Cruz 



KELLY'S KEY WEST HAVANA.CIGARS have been sold in this market for 

o\ er ten j ears. A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best on the market 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. ' 



FAR WELL 



27 



FINNIGAN 



Friday 

Tuesday 

Thursday Santa Cruz 



Menlo Park 
Mazatlan, Mexico 



Monday 
Monday 

Monday 



Farwell, Mr and Mrs Willarcl B. ; 2318 Steiner st. 
Fasanotti, Kev. A. ; 620 Vallejo st. 
Faull, Mr and Mrs John A. ; 614 Sutter st. 

Miss Mary 

Featherstone, Mrs Mary ; 1805 Jones st. 

Miss Lillian 

Miss Minnie 

John N. 

Fechheimer, Benjamin C; 1510 Pine st. 
Felton, Hon. Charles N.; Palace Hotel 
Felton, Walter W.; 1460 O'Farrell st. 
Fenn, Mr and Mrs T. W. ; 3027 California st. 
Fenner, Mrs J. D.; Occidental Hotel 

Miss 

Ferguson, Mr and Mrs G. B. ; The Renton 
Ferguson, Mrs W. 8. ; 448 Guerrero st. 
Fernald, Mr and Mrs F. L. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

C. B. 

Ferral, Judge and Mrs Robert; 2518 California st. 

Ferrer, Manuel Y. ; 1810 Pine st. Friday 

Miss Carmelita 

Miss Eugenie 

Miss Adele 

Richard 

Field, Mr and Mrs Hampton S. ; 1608 Post st. Monday 

Field, Justice and Mrs. Stephen J. ; Pacific Club Washington, D. C, 

Field, Mr and Mrs Walter M. 

Fielding, W. B. ; 621 Bush st. 

Filkins, Mr and Mrs C. W. 

Miss Jennie 

Fillmore, Mr and Mrs Jerome A. 

Findley, Mrs Thomas 

— : Miss Mamie 

Miss Edith 

Miss Lulu 

Thomas 

Finlayson, James; 1327 Golden Gate ave. 

Finley, Miss Jennie ; cor Francisco and Leavenworth sts. 

Finn, Judge John F. ; 902 Van ^"ess ave. 

Finnigan, Colonel and Mrs P. A. ; 1248 California st. 



Occidental Hotel Monday 



San Jose 



Riverside 



Sausalito 



Friday 



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FISH 



-S FONDA 



Fish, Mrs Jennie F. ; 1310 O'Farrell st. Friday 

Fish, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Fisher, Mr and Mrs Charles A. ; 309 Jones st. 

Fisher, Mr and Mrs E. F. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Fisher, Mrs Jennie ; 210 Powell st. Carson City, Nev 

Fisher, Dr. Walter E. ; Occidental Hotel 

Fisher, Willie E. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Fisher, AVm. H. ; 1512 California st. 

Fiske, Dr. and Mrs Henry M. ; 2100 Bush st. Tuesday 

Fitch, Mrs. H. A. ; 1021 Polk st. 

Fitch, J. R. ; 2409 Jackson st. 

Flack, Mr and Mrs George D. ; 2909 Folsom st. Thursday 
Miss Minnie 

Flagg, C. C. ; The Berkshire 

Flavin, 3Ir and Mrs M. J. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Fletcher, George AV. ; 809 Haight st. 

Fletcher, Captain Montgomery ; Union Club 

Fletcher, Lieut, and Mrs Robert H. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Flint, Mr and Mrs B. P. ; 1121 Hyde st. 

Flint, Dr. and Mrs Thomas ; Grand Hotel Monday San Juan 
^liss 

Flood, Mr and Mrs James C. ; 1010 California st. Menlo Park 

Miss Jennie 

James L. 

Flournoy, Colonel and Mrs George; 1140 21st st. 

Miss ^Marguerite 

Flournoy, Mr and Mrs George, Jr. ; 2929 California st. 
Floyd, Capt. and Mrs R. S. ; 415 First st. Wednesday 

Miss Harry Clear Lake, Kelseyville 

Folger, Daniel W. ; 1916 Franklin st. 

Foley, Miss Minnie San Jose 

Folsom, Mr and :\Irs A. ; 2918 Sacramento st. Wednesday 

Folsom, Rev. De F. San Mateo 

Folsom :Mr and Mrs George A. ; 15C9 Jackson st. Thursday 

Folsom, George S. ; Cosmos Club 

Folsom, J. R. ; Cosmos Club 

Fonda, William M. ; 3011 Sacramento st. 
Charles B 



— Henry S. 

—Mr and Mrs William T. 



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FORBES 



29 FRISBIE 



Forbes, A. B. ; 20 Essex st. San Rafael 

Cleveland 

Forbes, William ; The Bella Vista Thursday San Rafael 

Miss ]Maud 

Miss Kate 

Miss Edith 

Ford, Mr and ]Mrs Alfred B. ; 1901' Eddy st. 
Ford, Mr and Mrs C. W. R. ; 26 McAllister st. 
Ford, James A. ; Palace Hotel 

Forman, Robert B. ^enlo Park 

Forman, Mr and Mrs Sands W. ; 700 Post Gt. 
Formes, Karl ; 524 Sutter st. 

Forney, Stehnian, U. S. Coast Survey; Cosmos Club 
Forsaith, E. W. ; Grand Hotel 
Foss, Oscar ; 428 Geary st. 

Foster, Mr and Mrs A. W. San Rafael 

Foster, Mr and Mrs Samuel ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 
Foster, William Honolulu, H. I. 

Foute, Rev. and Mrs R. C. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Fowler, Bishop and Mrs Charles H. ; 435 Buchanan st. 
Fox, Mr and Mrs C. W. ; Baldwin Hotel Monday 

Fox, George W. ; Baldwin Hotel 
' Foye, W. R. S. ; 1019 Howard st. 

Frank, Mr and Mrs F. A. ; N. W. cor. Van Ness ave. and Jackson st. 

Friday 

Francis, D. B. ; 2320 California st. 

Francis, Harry San Rafael 

Eraser, Mr and Mrs T. E. ; Lick House Monday 

Freeborn, Mr and Mrs James ; N. E. cor. Jackson and Gough sts. 

French, Mr and Mrs Frank J. ; 1617 Jackson st. Friday 

French, Mr and .Mrs Peter ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Freud, Mr and Mrs I. ; 1816 Sacramento st. 

Friedlander, Mrs Isaac ; 1913 Clay st. 

Miss Fannie 

Miss May 

T. Carey 

Friedman, J. ; Palace Hotel 

Frill, Captain and ^Irs D. E. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Frisbie, General and Mrs ; 1303 Geary st. 



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FROELICH 



30 



GERALD 



Froelich, Christian ; Pacific Club 

Frolich, Mrs T. H. ; 1216 Clay st. 

Fry, Colonel and Mrs. J. D. ; 1812 Jackson st. 

Fuendeling, Pastor J. ; 705 Bush st. 

Fulda, Mr and Mrs L. K. ; 106 Ellis st. 

Fuller, Mr and Mrs William P. ; 839 O'Farrell st. 

Miss Nellie 

Fuller, Mr and Mrs William P., Jr. ; 922 Fillmore st. 
Fulton, Mrs William, Jr. ; 2418 Washington st. 
Fulweiler, Judge J. M. ; Cosmos Club 
Gage, William S. ; 822 Bush st. 

Miss Hattie 

William 3., Jr. 



Auburn 



Gallagher, Mr and Mrs Henry ; 224 Castro st. 
Gallatin, Mr and Mrs Albert ; 1840 California st. 

Miss Jennie 

Albert, Jr. 

Galloway, W. T. ; 2203 Devisadero st. 
Galpin, Philip G. ; 1325 Clay st. 
Galvini, Signor G. B. ; 207 Powell st. 
Gamble, Mrs S. B. ; 1222 Pine st. 

John M. 

Garber, Eugene R. ; Palace Hotel 



Tuesday 
Tuesday 



Sacramento 



Gardet, ^\r and Mrs Victor 
Gardiner, Miss, The Berkshire 

Garnett, Mr and Mrs Louis A. ; 35 Essex st 

Miss 

William 

Malcolm 



Wednesday Santa Clara and Willows 
Monday 



Garniss. Mr and Mrs James E,. ; 1224 Pine st. Thursday 

Garratt, Mr and Mrs William T.; 405 Sixth st. Monday 

Miss Julia 

Garrett, Mrs ; Essex and Harrison 

Garrett, L. M., U. S. N.; Cosmos Club 

Garvin, Rev. and Mrs ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Garwood, Dr. and Mrs William T. ; 1523 Bush st. 

Gashwiler, Mr and Mrs S. F.; 1820 Vallejo st. 

Gately, Miss Mamie; 718 O'Farrell st. 

Gerald, E. F.; Pacific Club 

How pleasant after the Theatre or»ftn Eveiiiutr Partvto be able to offer vour guests a 
uice cup of FRA^X0-AMER1CAN FOOD GO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 



retiring. 



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GERE 



31 



GLASS 



Gere, Miss Lucia ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Gerstle, Mr and Mrs Lewis; 1517 Van Ness ave. 

Ghaselin, Dr. ; Occidental Hotel 

Gibbon, A. D.; 

Gibbons, Dr. and Mrs H., Jr.; 920 Polk st. 

Gibbons, Mrs T. P. ; Hotel Plea^anton Monday 

Gibbs, Mr and Mrs C. V. S.; 722 Post st. 

Miss Mattie 

Harry T. 

Gibbs, Mr and Mrs Charles E.; 833 Post st. 

Miss Sophie 

Gibbs, Mr and Mrs Frederick A.; 431 Bartlett st. Wednesday 

]VIiss Mary 

Gibson, Mrs E.; 520 Bush st. 

Gibbs, Mr and Mrs George W 

Gibson, Mrs F. A. ; 15 Hill st. 

Gibson, M. P. : 200 Turk st. 

Gibson, Pv. ; 523 Turk st. 

Giffard, Miss Ernestine ; 1222 Pine st. 

Giffin,MrsMyra; 

Giffin, Mr and Mrs O. F. ; 1812 Pine st. 

Giffin, Oscar F., Jr. ; 2621 Sacramento st. 

Gillette, B. C. ; Union Club 

Gillette, D. B. ; Union Club 

Gillig, Henry ; Lick House 

Gillig, Mr and Mrs John ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Gilliland, Mr and Mrs Adam ; 926 Fillmore st. Tuesday 

Gillon, James ; Baldwin Hotel 

Gilman, Capt. H. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Gil m or, Mrs 
Miss Grace 

Gilmore, John H. ; 2032 Bush st. 

Gtlmour, J. H. ; 1235 Pine st. 

Gilson, Mr and Mrs L. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Girvin, Mr and Mrs R. D.; 1812 Gough st. Friday 

Giusti, John J.; Stockton and Post sts. 

Glass, Capt. and Mrs, U. S. N. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Glass, Mr and Mrs Louis ; 508 Sutter st. Thursday 



Mare Island 



2857 Sixteenth st. 

Lawrence, Santa Clara Co. 



Los Angeles 



New York 



San Rafael 



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gested sonp, such as is put up by the FR AMJO-AMERK AN FOOD CO. 
^ ' MAU, SADLER &. CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



GLENNON 32 GRANNIS 

Glennon, William; 921 O'Farrell st. 
Gnudelmyn, Joseph; Lick House 

(.Toad, INIr and IMrs William F. ; 2000 Washington st. 

Miss Ella 

Miss Aileen 

Miss Genevieve 

Godfrey, G. ; 514 Bush st. 

Godley, Mr and Mrs Montgomery; 1818 Sacramento st. 
Jesse E. 

Godsey, G. P. ; Lick House 

Goewey, James M. ; 300 Page st. Tuesda;/ Monterey 

Miss Gertrude 

Charles H. 

Frank B. 

J. Monroe 

Gok'her, Mr and Mrs Henry C. ; 105 Broderick st. Thursday 

Golcher, Mr and Mrs J. W. ; 1506 Taylor st. Wednesday 

Gonzales, A.; 300 Van Ness ave. 

Gonzales, Mrs J. S. ; 1114 Powell st. 

Goodall, Mr and Mrs C. M. ; 1062 Fulton st. 

Goodall, Captain and Mrs Charles ; S. E. cor. McAllister and Pierce sts. 

Edward S. San Mateo 

Goodloe, P. P. ; 1509 California st. 

Goodman, Mrs T. H. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Goodman, Mr and Mrs T. H. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Goodrich, E. D. ; Palace Hotel 

Goodrich, Taylor; 513 Taylor st. 

Goodspeed, Mrs R. C. ; 300 Fair Oaks st. 

Miss Annie 

O. C. 

Gordon, Mrs; The Renton Monday 

Miss 

C. P. 

Gordon, Cuthbert P. ; 1609 Clay st. 
Miss 

Gordon, Geo W. ; Grand Hotel 

Gottig, Lawrence; 1806 Pine st. 

Gould, Mr and Mrs E. H. ; Lick House Monday 

Grannis, Mr and ISIrs George AV. ; 19 Hawthorne st. Wednesday 



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after the bottle has been opened. Grocers and Druggists keep it. 

MAU, SADLER ct CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



GOGGIN 33 GREGOIRE 



Goggin, Mr and Mrs Edmond W.; 1913 Van Nessave. Thursday 
Grant, Mr and Mrs Adam ; 1112 Bush st. Thursday San Rafael 

]Mr and Mrs Joseph D. 

Grant, Mr and Mrs Charles W. ; 2917 Clay st. 

Miss Belle 

Grant, Mr and Mrs George F. ; 1420 California st. Thursday 

Grant, Mr and Mrs Jesse ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Grant, T. C. ; Pacific Club 

Grant, Mr and Mrs Thomas C; Palace Hotel Monday Napa 

Grattan, Mr and Mrs W. H. ; 330 Geary st. 

Miss Bessie 

Eugene 

Graves, Ernest ; Cosmos Club San Luis Obispo 

Graves, Hiram T.; 204 Lombard st. 

Graves, Mr and Mrs Robert N. ; 2718 California st. 

Graves, Mr and Mrs AValker C. ; 2131 Howard st. Wednesday Fresno 

Jefferson James 

Walker C, Jr. 

Gray, George E. ; 1115 Bush st. 

Miss Anna 

Vernon 

George V. 

Gray, George F.; 122 Turk st. 

Gray, Henry W. ; 208 Jones st. 

Gray, Kev. John ; 27 Stanley place 

Gray, Mrs Matthias; S. AV. cor. Lombard and Kearny sts. 

Grayrigge, Mrs Gray ; 1123 California st. Tuesday 

Greble, Lieut, and Mrs Edward St. J. ; Black Point 

Green, Mr and Mr.^ A. T. ; 13 Haight st. 

Green, Mr and Mrs Charles E. ; 2607 Fillmore st. 

Green, Mrs DufT; The Bella Vista Thursday 

— '■ — Mis? 

Green, Mr and Mrs F. H. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Greenblatt, M. ; 1300 Laguna st. 

Greene, Mr and Mrs Harry A. ; 38 Eleventh st. Friday Pacific Grove 

Greenebaum, Mr and Mrs Alfred ; 1296 Van Ness ave. Friday 

Greenebaum, William ; 2100 Van Ness ave. 

Greenway, Edward M. ; Baldwin Hotel 

Gregoire, Mr and Mrs Louis ; 816 Capp st. Tuesday 



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than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. ^, ^ ^ 

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GREGORY 34 • GWIN 

Gregory, Mrs H. P. ; N. AV. cor. Jackson and Durant Wednesday Soquel 
Gregory, Mr and Mrs J. N. ; Palace Hotel Monday Sausalito 
Grey, Miss Jane ; St. Anns Building, cor. Eddy and Powell sts. 
Griffin, William D ; 134 Haight st. Tuesday 
Miss Mollie E. 

Griffing, Mrs A. ; 1416 Jackson st. 

The Misses 

Griffith, Mr and Mrs Edwin L. San Rafael 

Griffith, Mr and Mrs Millen ; 569 Harrison st. 

Miss Jennie 

Mii-s Carrie 

Miss Alice 

Grim, Mrs A. K. ; 1010 Gough st. 

Grim, Alfred P.; 1008 Jones St. 

Grim, Mr and Mrs Alonzo M. ; 3026 Washington st. 

Grinbaum, jNIr and Mrs M. S.; Palace Hotel Monday 

Griswold, X. L.; 1615 Scott st. 

Griswold, Mr and Mrs N. W. ; 2105 Pine st. TJmrsday 

Miss Delia E. 

Gross, Miss Mabel ; Bush and Jones sts. 
Grosvenor, Mrs Fredrica ; The Berkshire Monday 
Grow, Mr and Mrs C. A.; The Bella Vista Thursday 
Miss Nellie 

Grube, Mr and Mrs A.; 1925 Octavia st. Thursday 

Miss 

Gummer, Mrs C. V.; The Bella Yista Thursday 

Gump, Solomon ; 1224 Geary st. 

Gunn, Mr and Mrs J. O. B. ; 1833 Clay st. Friday 

Gunnison, A. J. ; 1404 Van Ness ave. 

Gunst, Mr and Mrs M. A.; 1518 Pine st. 

Gutte, Isador; 217 Leavenworth st. 

Gutte, Julius; 22 J2 Jackson st. 

Gutzkow, Mr and Mrs Frederick; 18 Columbia sq. Wednesday 

Miss Mihnie 

Gwens, C. C; Occidental Hotel 
Gwin, Mrs Sallie ; 1603 Gough st. 

Miss Maggie 

Gwin, Mrs William M.; 1450 Sacramento st. 
Miss Carrie 

Always reliable and uuiform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Kej" West Havana Cigars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



GWIN 



35 



HALL 



Colusa 



Gwin, Mr and Mrs William M.; 1512 California st. 

Haas, Mr and Mrs George; 612 Ellis st. Wednesday 

Habenicht, F. ; 1321 Pine st. 

Haber, Mr and Mrs F. A. ; 1603 Scott st. Tuesday 

Hadley, Mr and Mrs Frederick AV. ; 518 Capp st. 

Ilagar, George 

Hageman, Mr and Mrs George ; 723 Bush st. 

Miss Lillie 

Hager, Judge and Mrs John S. ; Occidental Hotel Monday Menlo Park 

Miss Emelie 

Miss Alice 

Haggin, Mr and Mrs J. B. ; 1250 Taylor st. Tuesday 

Miss Rita 

Haggin, Mr and Mrs Louis T. ; 1310 Taylor st. Tuesday 
Miss Eila 

Hahn, Mr and Mrs Eugene ; 17 South Park 
Miss Theresa 

Haight, Mrs George ; 1224 Jackson st. 

Haile, Mrs Cornelius 

Haines, Dr. and Mrs Byron W. ; 910 Pine st. Wednesday 

Hair, James ; Florence House 

Haker, G. F. ; 2117 California st. 

William 

Hale, Miss ; 2518 Broadway st. 

Hale, Mr and Mrs Joseph P. ; Occidental Hotel Monday 

Miss Josephine 

Haley, Mr and Mrs J. J. ; 601 Buchanan st. 

Hall, Mr and Mrs A. A. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Hall, Mr and Mrs Charles P. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Hall, H. E. ; 1312 Taylor st. 

Hall, Harry E. ; Palace Hotel or Pacific Club 

Hall, Mr and Mrs J. C. ; The Renton Monday 

Hall, Mr and Mrs John C. ; 2034 Bush st. Tuesday 

Hall, Mrs M. C. 

Hall, Mrs N. C. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Hall, Mr and Mrs R. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Hall, Mrs Robert C. ; 2512 Washington st. Thursday 

Hail, William H. 



San Jose 



San Rafael 



San Jose 



Sacramento 



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Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & 



Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
and Potted Meats; to be had 
CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



HALL 36 HAXCHETTE 

. \ 

Hall, Mr and Mrs William P. ; 312 Van Ness .ave./ Thursday Bloomfield 

William S. 

Miss Hattie ; Van Ness Seminary 

Hallett, Mr and Mrs George H.; Palace Hotel Monday 

Hallett, William T. ; Palace Hotel 

Hallidie, A. S. ; 1026 Washington st. 

Halsey, Mr and Mrs A. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Halsted, Mr and Mrs J. L. ; 612 Webster st. 
John B. 

Halsted, Mr and Mrs W. A. ; 814 Scott st. Wednesday 

Haley, Dr. Charles S. ; 1206>^ Jackson st. 

Miss 

Hamill, John E. ; 2o Borland st. 
Hamilton, Claude T. ; Cosmos Club 

Hainilton, Mr and Mrs F. F.; The Renton Monday 

Hamilton, James T.; 1013 Scott st. 

Hamilton, Miss Katherine; 1820 Vallejo st. 

Hamilton, Miss Lulu; 2031 Bush st. Tuesday 

Hamilton, Mr and Mrs Robert M. ; 1015 California st. Tuesday 

Miss ]May 

Miss Lelia 

Alexander 

■ Robert, Jr. 



Hamilton, Dr. and Mrs W. ; The Oriel Monday 
Miss 

Hamilton, William ; Grand Hotel 

Hamlin, Miss Sarah D. ; 1606 Van Ness ave. 

Hamm, L. J. Cosmos Club San Rafael 

Hammersley, George H. ; 1312 Pine st. 

Hammersley, George H., Jr. ; 1512 Sacramento st. 

Hammersmith, John A. ; 1925 Sutter st. 

Hammond, John ; 714 Geary st. 

Hammond, Rev. John 1). ; 627 Hayes st. 

Hammond, INIajor Richard P. ; Pacific Club 

Hammond, Mr and Mrs Richard P., Jr. ; 1100 Van Ness ave. 

Hammond, Dr and Mrs William ; 850 Mission st. 

Hampton, John C. Virginia City, Nevada 

Hanchette, Miss Virginia ; 1105 Bush st. 
Miss Estelle 

Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO\S Natural Flavor French i^oiips, put up iu 
glass especially for Children's Diet, luvalid.s, Sick or Weak Persons. 

MAT, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



HANCOCK 



37 



HASELTON 



San Mateo 



Hancock, Mrs Ida ; 1621 Larkin st. Los Angeles 

Hanloii, Mr and Mrs Charles F. ; 1627 Jackson st. Tuesday 

Miss Emily 

Miss Josie 

John 

Daniel M. 

Hanlon, Mr and Mrs John D.; 1915 Baker st. Thursday 

Haquette, Mr and Mrs Ernest ; 1613 Post st. 

Haraszthy, Arpad ; 1621 Larkin st. Los Angeles 

-Carlos J. 

Harbison, Mr and Mrs H. R. San Diego 

Harkness, Dr. ; Lick House 
Harmon, Samuel H. ; 3 Essex Place 

Edward N. 

Miss Lyle A. 

Harney, Mr and Mrs William 

Harpham, Lee ; The Berkshire 

Harron, Mr; The Wesminster 

Harring, William ; 1604 Stockton st. 

Harrington, Miss Sarah ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Harrinton, W. P. 

Harrison, Captain and Mrs C. H. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Harrison, Dalton ; Cosmos Club 

Harrison, G. F. E. ; Cosmos Club 

Harrison, :Mr and Mrs Ralph C. ; 919 Pine st. 

Richard 

Harrison, Mr and Mrs Randolph ; 800 Ellis st. 

Miss Tazie 

Harrison, Mr and Mrs William Greer ; 2200 Broadway st. Saturday 

The INIisses 

Hart, Judge C. F. ; 1309 Taylor st. 

Hart, Mr and Mrs Harry ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Hart, Jerome A. ; Argonaut Oflice 

Hart, Ross 

Hart, Miss Susie ; 911 Lombard st. Friday 

Hartwell, Mr and Mrs William H. ; 243 Oak st. 

Harvey, Mr and Mrs J. Downey 

Has Brouck, Joseph 

Haselton, Mr and Mrs G. B. ; 801 Leavenworth st. 



Colusa 



Riverside 



Los Angeles 
Tamalpais 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S Freuch Soups are put up for family use iu 
quart and pint caus and one and '^/^^^l/ P^fj^^^ ^^^0., Pacific Coast Agents 



HASLEHURST 



38 



HAZARD 



Haslehurst, Dr. A. O, ; Sutter and Polk sts. 
Hassell, J. J. ; 27-'31 Bush st. 
Hastings, C. F. D. ; 2400 Fillmore st. 
Hastings, Mr and Mrs D. N. ; The Bella Vista 
Hastings, Mrs Dlo ; 2400 Fillmore st. 
Hastings, Judge and Mrs E. 0. F. ; 1508 Finest. 

Hastings, Dr. J.; The Bella Vista 
The Misses 



Thursday 

Friday 

Friday 

Thursday 



Hastings, Mr and Mrs Robert P.; 2024 Jackson st. 

Hastings, Judge and Mrs S. Clinton 

Hastings, Mr and Mrs J. Uhler; 1912 Pacific ave. Friday 

Haswell, Charles H., Jr.; Union Club 

Hatch, Mr and Mrs A. T. 

Hatch, Dr. and Mrs James H; 213 Geary st. 

Hatch, Miss Mary; The Bella Vista 

Hathaway, Mr and Mrs E. V. ; 38 South Park 
Miss 



Thursday 
Wednesday 



Lakeport 



Suisun 



Hausman, Frederick H. ; 907 Pine st. 

Havens, Charles T. ; 2835 Howard st. 

Hawes, Colonel and Mrs A. G. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 
Miss Allie 

Hawkins, Mr and Mrs John E. ; Lick House Monday 
Hawks, Harry D. ; 1514 Larkin st. 
Lawrence J . 

Hayes, George R. B. ; 1814 Buchanan st. 

Hay man, Mr and Mrs Al.; Baldwin Hotel 

Haymond, Creed; 712 Geary st. 

Hayne, Duncan; 206 Powell st. 

Hayne, Judge and Mrs Robert 

Haynes, Dr. and Mrs B. W. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Hays, Mr and Mrs Ira C. ; 528 Geary st. 

Hays, T. Abe ; 721 Hayes st. 

Hays, Dr. W. W. San Luis Obispo 

Hays, Mr and Mrs William C. ; 1022 Golden Gate ave. Tuesday 

Hay ward, Mr and Mrs Alvinza San Mateo 

Hayward, Mr and Mrs Franklin; N. E. cor. Hayes and Baker sts. 

Monday 
Hazard, Mr and Mrs Henry T. Los Angeles 

YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the fiuest in the land, sold everywhere. Ask your Grocer 
^^^^^- MAU, SADLER ct CO.. Sole Proprietors. 



Monday 

Santa Barbara 
San Mateo 

Monday 
Tuesday 



HEAD 



39 



HEROLD 



Head, Mr and Mrs A. E. ; 1105 Taylor st. 

Mis8 Anna 

Heald, E. P. ;140GPolkst. 

Hearst, Senator and Mrs George ; 1105 Taylor st. 

AVilliam R. 

Heath, Mrs R. W. ; 1512 Taylor st. 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Roberta 

William R. 



Napa 



Heath, Richard AV. ; 2032 Scott st. 

Heathcote, Mr and Mrs Basil ; KUO Franklin st. 

Hebbard, J. C. B. ; 121 Eddy st. 

Hecht, Mr and Mrs Isaac ; 1201 Van Ness ave. Friday 

Hecht, Mr and Mrs M. H. ; 1012 Van Ness ave. 

Heise, Mr and Mrs Charles E. ; 2517 Pacific ave. Friuaj^ 

Heitschu, Mr and Mrs Samuel ; Cosmos Club 

Hellen, Mr and Mrs C. C. ; Occidental Hotel 

:Miss 



San Rafael 



Portland, Or. 



Monday 
Monday 



Sausalito 



Friday 



Heller, Mr and Mrs Moses ; Lick House 

Helmer, .1. S. ; 1118 Taylor st. 

Hellman, Mr and Mrs A. C. 

Hellman, Anthony E. ; 1206 O'Farrell st. 

Hellman, Horace G. ; 719 Sutter st. 

Hellman, Mr and Mrs Richard; 1829 Pacific ave. 

CJeorge 

Henarie, D. V. B. ; Palace Hotel 

Henderson, J. H. ; Cosmos Club 

Henderson, Mr and Mrs John C; 2511 California st. 

Hendricks, R. G. 

Hendricks, W. C, (Secretary of State) 

Hendrickson, W. ; 1137 Bush st. 

Hendry, Mr and Mrs C. J. ; 430 Ellis st. 

Henley, Senator and Mrs Barclay 

Henriksan, B. E. ; 1320 Fell st. 

Henshelwood, Mr and Mrs Thomas; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Henzel, E. F.; 1908 Steiner st. 

Heppner, J. O., Cosmos Club 

Herman, Mrs Lucien; 1427 Washington st. Friday 

Herold, Adam, (State Treasurer) Sacrament o 

H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have no equal. Smoke them 
and see for yourself. ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^.^^, ^^^^, ^^g,„t. 



Salem, Or. 
Sacramento 



Santa Rosa 



IIEROLD 



40 



HILLYER 



Pasadena 



Herokl, Mrs Rudolph ; 1716 Bush st. 

Oscar 

Roderick 

Hugo 

Herrin, W. F.; 1919 Baker st. 

Herrman, Mr and Mrs George 

Herrman, Mr and Mrs Oscar; 2414 Webster st. 

Herrman, Mr and Mrs Sigismund ; 1500 Larkin st. 
• James 

Herrman, Mr and Mrs William ; 623 Turk st. 

Herron, J. O. ; Cosmos Club 

Herzstein, Dr. and Mrs Morris; 2220 Broadway st. Friday 

Hess, F. ; 821 California st. 

Heuer, Major William H. ; 1814 Sacramento st. 

Hewitt, Mr and Mrs J. M. ; 415 Powell st. Wednesday 

Hewlett, H. H. First National Bank, Stockton 

Hewlett, Miss Hontie ; 410 Buchanan st 

Heydenfeldt, Judge and Mrs S. ; 1016 Post st. 

Miss Ziela 

Thomas 

Heydenfeldt, Solomon, Jr.; 1315 Mason st. 
Heyman, Henry ; 206 Ellis st. 
Heyneman, Charles H. ; 1005 Yallejo st. 
Heyneman, Mrs Manfred; 1409 Hyde st. 
Hicks, Frank S. ; Palace Hotel 
Hicks, William P. ; Occidental Hotel 
Hiester, Mr and Mrs Amos C. ; 2641 Howard st. 
The Misses 

Higgins, Maurice; 2319 Jackson st. 

Miss Libbie 

Hightcn, Mr and Mrs H. E.; Baldwin Hotel 
Hill, Horace ; 920 Pine st. 



Wednesday Auburn 



Los Angeles 



Monday 
Monday 



Hill, Mr and Mrs Horace L. ; 1900 Washington st. Friday 

Miss 

Hill, Mr and Mrs Morgan ; Occidental Hotel Moyulay 
Hiller, Dr. and Mrs Albert; 1011 Sutter st. 
Miss Nellie 

Hiliman, Mrs Richard ; SW cor. Pacific ave. and Gough st. Friday 

Hillyer, Curtis, J. ,,. . . ^., „ 

___1__! [ Virginia City, Nev. 

Chicken and Game Pates Truffledy^^^ 

yo^u'r i?oZ .^?thS '^ '''''''\^t^''^iv^iirvr^^^^^^ 

^uAL, sAUJvisK ik CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



HTLLYER 



41 HOLDEN 



Hillyer, Miss Nellie ; 2629 Bush st. 

Hine, Mrs George W. ; 1932 Pine st. 

Hinsdale, G. S. ; Lick House 

Hitchcock, H. R. Honolulu, H. I. 

Hitchcock, Mrs Helen M. ; 1010 Powell st. Tuesday 

Miss Nellie 

Hitchcock, Mrs M. T. ; Palace Hotel Monday Larkmead, Napa Co. 

Hittell, John S. ; 1025 Hyde st. 

Hittell, Mr and Mrs T. H.; 808 Turk st. Friday San Pablo 

Miss Catherine 

Franklin 

Hoag, Mr and Mrs Jared C. ; 1460 O'Farrell st. Thursday 

Miss Linda 

Charles C. 

Hohart, Mr and Mrs W. S.; 629 Sutter st. 
Hobbs, Mr and Mrs Frederick ; 1016 Bush st. 

Miss Annie 

Hobbs, Mr and Mrs Hiram H. ; 1708 Geary st. 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Anna 

Hobbs, J. K. C. ; 27 Hill st. 

Hobson, C. B. ; Oriel Hotel 

Hoburg, Frank T. ; 324 Pine st. 

Hochkofler, Rudolph ; 1825 Sacramento st. 

HochEtein, A. ; 730 Haight st. 

Ho3flich, Morris ; 310 Stockton st. 

Hoffman, Judge Ogdeii ; Pacific Club Ross Valley 

Ogden, Jr. 

Southard 

Hoge, Colonel Joseph P. ; 1323 Geary st. 

Miss Pauline 

Miss Mary 

Charles J. 



Hogg, Mr and Mrs James ; 815 Eddy st. Friday 

Hohweisner, Mr and Mrs ; 433 Oak st. 

Hoitt, Mr and Mrs Ira G. Sacramento 

Holbrook, Mr and Mrs Charles ; 1901 Van Ness ave. Friday 

Miss Mamie 

Holcombe, Mr and Mrs Walter G. ; 1915 Sacramento st. 

Holden, Professor E. S. MounUiamilton 

II. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparatious are unexcelled for qiiality 
Ask vour Grocer for them. MATT, SADLER & CO., Pacific Co ast Agents. 



HOLLADAY 



42 



HOP PS 



Monday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 



Holladay, Mr and V'rs Jesse; Washington and Gough sts. 

Holladay, Mr and Mrs S. AV.; XE cor. Clay and Octavia sts. 

Miss Louise Ord 

Edmund Burke 

Holland, Mr and Mrs Nathaniel ; 1414 Taylor st. 

Hollingsworth, Mrs H. ; 634 Golden Gate ave. 

Hollis. Mr and Mrs AVilliam ; The Renton 

Holloway, ^\. E. ; Pacific Clul; 

Holmes, Mr and Mrs; 1214 Lafayette st. 

Holmes, Mr and Mrs A. J. ; 1219 McAllister st 

Holmes, Mr and Mrs AYalter; 1525 Bush st. 

Holmes, AValter G. ; 1910 Gough st. 

Holmes, Henry T. ; 1922 Pine st. 

Holmes, Captain J. W. 

Holt, Mrs; 1803 Stockton st. 

Holway, Mrs S. P. ; 822 Sutter st. 

Homer, Mrs Charles; XW cor. Broadway and Taylor sts 

Hood, Mrs E. A. 

Hooker, Mr and Mrs Charles G. ; 917 Bush st. 
C. Osgood 

Hooker, Mr and Mrs Richard C. ; 1311 Hyde st. 
Miss Jennie 

Hooper, Mrs C. A. 

Hooper, George F. 

Hooper, Mr and Mrs George AV. ; 557 Harrison st. 

Hooper, John A. ; 30 Rincon place 

Hooper, Mr and Mrs R. B.; The Bella Vista 

Hopkins, Mr and Mrs E. W. ; 2100 California st. 

Hopkins, F. C. ; The Berkshire 

Hopkins, Mrs Lawrence ; The Bella Vista 

Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Moses; 1311 Hyde st. 

Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Peter; 2000 Broadway st. 

Miss Jennie 

Peter, Jr. 

Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Timothy 

Hopkins, Dr. and Mrs W. E., U. S. A. ; Presidio 

Hopper, Harrison; 521 Post st. 

Hopps, Mr and Mrs George H. ; 1719 AVebster st. 



Wednesday 



Sausalito 



Ship ''Chalmers" 
Ftidaij 



Los Guillicos 



Ross Valley 
Sonoma 



Tliursday 

Thursday Menio Park 

Thursday 

Redwood City 
Friday 

MenIo Park 



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o^ er teu > ears. A sutticieut guarantee that they are the Best on the market 

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HORNING 



43 ' HUDSON 



Horning, C. C; 917 Mission st. 

Horsburgh, Mr and Mrs David W. ; 1517 Washington st. Wednesday 

James 

Hort, Mr and Mrs Samuel ; 1920 Jackson st. Friday 

Horton, Frank H. ; 411 Eddy st. 
Horton, Mrs P. P.; 1615 Clay st. 

Miss Minnie 

Horton, Mr and Mrs Robert; 1033 Ellis st. Thursday 

Miss Mabel 

Mortimer 

Hosmer, Mr and Mrs J. A.; 2517 Sutter st. 

Hotaling, Mr and Mrs Anson P.; NE cor. Franklin and California sts. 

Menlo Park 

Houghton, H. B. ; Palace Hotel 

Houghton, General and Mrs J. F. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Miss Minnie 

Harry 

Houseworth, Mr and Mrs Harrison; 1235 Hyde st. 

Houseworth, Thomas ; 121G Ellis st. 
'Frederick A. 

Housman, John I. ; 2702 Laguna st. 

Hovey, Mr and Mrs S. D. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Howard, Miss Babette ; Sacramento st. near Franklin San Mateo 

Howard, Mr and Mrs Charles Webb ; 2123 Buchanan st. 

Miss Maud 

O' Shatter 

Howard, Mr and Mrs George H. San Mateo 

Howard, General and Mrs O. 0.; Black Point 

Howard, Mr and Mrs William H.; NEcor. Jackson and Gough st. Friday 

San Mateo 

Howell, Mrs.; 512 Folsom st. 

Howitt, R. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Hoydock, C. San Jose 

Hubbard, Lieutenant E. AV., U. S. A.; Presidio 

Hubbard, Mr.s Van Dyke ; Van Ness, bet. Turk st. and Golden Gate ave. 

Hubbard, Mr and Mrs H. C. ; 427 Franklin st. Friday 

Huddart, Mrs E. J. ; 923 Hyde st. 

George F. 

Hudson, Mr and Mrs Horace R. ; 1419 Washington st. 



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HUETER 44 



HUTCHIXSON 



Hiieter, E. ; 2312 Howard st. 

Hug, Mr and Mrs Joseph ; 1525 Sntter st. Thursday 

Miss Annie 

Miss Hattie 

Charles 



Hughes, Mr and Mrs ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Hughes, C. Y. ; 534 Bush st. 

Hughes, Mrs F. AV. ; 806 Bush st. Tuesday 

Miss Emily 

Edward 

Hughes, Dr. Jerome ; 54 Oak st. 

Hughes, Colonel Hobert P.; 2318 Clay st. 

Huie, Mrs G. AV. ; 1932 Pine st. 

Miss Salie 

Robert B. 



-AVilliam 



Humbert, Mrs P. A.; 531 Bush st. 

Humphreys, Mr and Mrs AVilliam P. ; 816 Chestnut st. 

Hunt, Mr and Mrs; 1437 Pacific ave. Tuesday 

Hunt, Charles AV. ; 2409 AVebster st. 

Hunt, Judge and Mrs John ; 1703 Octa\ia st. 

Hunt, John D. ; 1026 Hyde st. 

Miss Sarah 

Miss Ca^.Tie 

Hunt, Mr and Mrs Randall ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Hunt, AA'illiam B.; 410 Leavenworth st. 

Hunter, Mrs Charles H. ; Presidio Friday 

Huntsman, Mrs Louise ; 824 Sutter st. Thursday 

Miss . ' "^ 

Hurlbut, Dr. ; The Berkshire 

Huston, John; Lick House 

Hut'.hins, Dr. and Mrs C. B. ; 617 Bush st. 

Hutchinson, Miss; 1620 California st. 

Hutchinson, Mrs C. I. ; 2900 California st. 

Hutchinson, Mr and Mrs Eli J. : Palace Hotel Monday 

Hutc^hinson, Mr and Mrs Frederick AV.; 2409 AVebster st. Friday 

Hutchinson, H. T. ; 2504 California st. 

Hutchinson, Mrs J. ; 110 Liberty st. 

Hutchinson, Miss K.; 1910 Howard st. 



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HYDE 



45 



JACOBS 



Hyde, Judge and Mrs George ; 719 Geary st. Thursday 

Miss Mamie 

Miss Gertrude 

Hyde, Miss Helen ; SW cor. Pierce and Union sts. Friday 
Hyde, Mr and Mrs Henry C. 

Miss Agnes 

Hyde, Miss Marie C. ; 730 Geary st. 

Hyde, Bothwell ; 1631 Sacramento st. 

Ingram, Charles M. ; 2312 Steiner st. 

Irelan, Mr and Mrs William J. ; 827 Post st. 

Irvine, Mrs J. ; Occidental Hotel Monday 

Irvine, James N. H. ; 14 Grant ave. 

Irwin, Colonel and Mrs B. J. D., U. S. A.; Occidental Hotel 



San Rafael 



Monday West Point 



San Rafael 



The Misses 

Irwin, J. N. H. ; 30 Post st. 

Irwin, Captain John, U. S. N. ; 1001 Pine st. 

Irwin, Mrs AVilliam ; 1921 Octavia st. Friday 

Miss Emma 

Isaacs, Mrs ; 417 Mason st. 

Isaacs, William B. ; 1428 Post st. 

Itsell, Captain and Mrs A. J. ; 183 O'Farrell st. Tuesday 

Miss May I. 

Miss Maude A. 

Ivers, Mrs Richard ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Miss Aileen 

Al. 

Richard, Jr. 

Ives, Miss May ; Palace Hotel Moyiday 

Ives, Stephen D. ; Cosmos Club 

Izer, Rev. Dr. and Mrs ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Jackson, S. M. ; 2119 Pine st. San Rafael 

Jackson, Mr and Mrs Byron ; 941 Golden Gate ave. Thursday 

Jackson, Miss Caroline C. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Jackson, J. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Jackson, Colonel and Mrs John P. ; 720 Sutter st. Napa Soda Springs 

Andrew 

John P., Jr. 

-George H. T. 



Jacobi, Mr and Mrs Frederick ; 1320 Sutter st. 
Jacobs, Mr and Mrs B. M.; Lick House 



Monday 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pound rouud canisters only. 
Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO. Sole Proprietors. 



JACOBS 



46 



JOHNSON 



Jacobs, Edward L. ; 1912 Broadway st. 

Jacobs, Henry; 612 Van Ness ave. 

Jacobs, Mr and Mrs Isidor; 505 Golden Gate ave 

Jacoby, Franz ; 2601 Sacramento st. 

James, Arthur R. ; 615 Sutter st. 

James, Mr and Mrs D. H. ; 14 Oak st. 

James, George ; 905 Fillmore st. 

James, Mr and Mrs Jefferson ; 2131 Howard st. 

James, Mr and Mrs X. T. ; 721 Ashbury 

Janeway, John H. ; Cosmos Club 

Janin, Mr and Mrs Henry ; Palace Hotel 

Jarboe, Mr and Mrs John E.; 917 Pine st. 

Miss Kate 

Paul 

Jaynes, Mr and Mrs Frank ; Palace Hotel 

Jeffries, Mr and Mrs ; Oriel Hotel 

Jelly, A. C. ; Palace Hotel 

Jenisch, M. ; Palace Hotel 

Jenkins; 1206)4 Jackson st. 

Jenks, Dr. and Mrs George H. ; .^21 Geary st. 

Jennings, Mr and Mrs C. B. 

Jennings, Mr and Mrs D. i. ; 1511 Washington st. 

Jennings, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; 915 Fifteenth st. 
Miss Mamie 

Jessen, G. M. ; 1524 Jackson st. 

Jessup, Mr and Mrs J. D. ; 12 Liberty st. 

Jewell, Rev. F. F. ; 610 Buchanan st. 

Jewell, T. E. ; Grand Hotel 

Jewett, Miss Fidelia; The Berkshire 

Jewett, Mr and Mrs J. H. ; Grand Hotel 

Jobson, Mr and Mrs AVilliam G.; 19 Hill st. 

Johnson, C. R.; Cosmos Club 

Johnson, Mr and Mrs Frank 

Johnson, Frederick S.; 1721 Jackson st. 

Johnson, George A. ; 1513 Pierce st. 

Johnson, Mr and Mrs J. C. ; 162J California st. 

Johnson, Mr and Mrs James A. ; 1707 Octavia st. 

Mr and Mrs Howard R. 



Tuesday 

Monday New York 
Thursday 



Monday 
Monday 

Sacramento 



San Rafael 
New York 



Monday 

Monday Marysville 

Fort Bragg 
San Rafael 



How pleasant after the Theatre or an Evening Partv to be able to offer your quests a 
nice, cup of FRA.NCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO^S FRENCH BOUILLON before 

-^^AU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



retiring. 



JOHNSON 



47 



JUNGEN 



Jolinson, Mr and Mrs J. M. ; 1721 Jackson st. Friday 
Johnson, Mr and Mrs Robert C; 605 O'Farrell st. 



Joliffe, Mrs AV. H.; 1225 Pine st. 
Miss Nellie 



Thursday 



Monday 

Monday 

Thursday 

Round Valley, Inyo Co. 
Thursday Durham, Butte Co. 
Thursday 



Jones, Mr and Mrs C. A. ; 817 Grove st. 

Jones, Caleb ; Palace Hotel 

Jones, Mr and Mrs Charles ; The Berkshire 

Jones, Mrs Clinton; 1708 Octavia st. 

Jones, Mr and Mrs D. H. ; Palace Hotel 

Jones, Hugh ; 1358 Folsom st. 

Jones, Mr and Mrs J. D. ; The Renton 

Jones, John E. 

Jones, Miss Lillie ; 731 Sutter st. 

Jones, Mr and Mrs M. P. ; 1121 Pine st 

Jones, Simon L. ; 1510 California st. 

Jones, Mr and iSIrs Webster; XE cor. Gough and Clay sts. 

Jones, Winfield S. ; 1313 Hyde st. 

W. Brooks 

Jones, Mr and Mrs Witcher 
^liss Maggie 

Joran, Miss Elise, 733 Geary st. 

Miss Pauline 

Miss Lulu 

Jordan, H. C. ; 227 Capp st. 

Jordan, R. ; 897 Fulton st. 

Joseph, Mrs E. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Josselyn, ]Mr and Mrs Charles; 1815 Gough st. Friday 

Jost, Charles, Jr., 1108 Post st. 

AVilliam R. 

Joseph 

JouUin, Mr and Mrs Amadie; 723 Turk st. 

Joyce, Martin; The Berkshire 

Judah, Mr and Mrs Henry R. 
Mrs E. E. 

Judge, Mr and Mrs H. M.; The Berkshire 
Judkins, Mr and Mrs P. C; The Renton 
Judson, Raymond ; 2305 Devisadero st. 
Jungen, Lieutenant and Mrs Carl AV., \J. S. N. 



San Jose 



Wednesday San Mateo 

Monday 
Monday 

Mare Island 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET nothing is better than a erood nutritious, easily di- 
gested soup, such as is put up bv the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO. 

MAL^ SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



KAHN 



48 



KEW 



Wednesday 



Kahn, Dr. and Mrs Aclolph; 2823 Pine st. 

Kane, Mrs Thomas ; 340 Page st. 

Kaiizee, Miss Letitia; 726 Turk st. 

Kast, Mr and Mrs L. S. ; 1150 Guerrero st. 

Kaufman, J. ; 1201 Van Ness ave. 

Kavanagh, G. H. ; 2017 Pacific ave. 

Kavanagh, J. T ; 911 McAllister st. 

Keane, Thomas; 340 Page st. 

Keating, James M. ; Supt. Alms House 
Keeler, Mr and Mrs J. M. ; 1921 Octavia st. 
Keeney, Mr and Mrs Charles M.; 2423 Fillmore st. 
Keeney, Dr and Mrs James W.; Occidental Hotel Monday 
Keith, Prof, and Mrs N. S. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Keith, Mrs AVilliam H; 1509 Washington st. Tuesday 

Miss EHza D. ' • 

AVilliam H., Jr. 

Kelleher, Mr and Mrs Alfred J. ; 2324 Clay st. 
Kellogg, Miss ; 7 Glen Park ave. 
Kellogg, Mr and Mrs Fred S. ; 2205 Fillmore st. 
Kellogg, L. M. ; The Bella Vista 



Tuesday 



-Miss 



Thursday 



Kellogg, M. B. ; 2424 Pacific ave. 

Kelly, James R. ; 309 Leavenworth st. 

Kelly, Edgar S. 

Kelsey, B. 

Kenfield, Mrs Daniel M. ; 2125 California st. 

Kenitzer, Mr and Mrs Henry ; Lick House 

Kenna, R. E. 

Kennedy, Mr and Mrs John F. ; 1727 Pine st. 
Kenny, Mr and Mrs George L. ; 22 Lapidge st. 
Kenny, Kearn ; 2503 California st. 
Kentfield, Mrs ; 331 Fremont st. 

-^- Mr and Mrs E. E. 

Kenyon, Dr. and Mrs C. G.; The Pleasanton 

Kern, F. AV.; 1(8 Fair Oaky st. 

Kerr, Earl ; The Berkshire 

Kerr, Mark ; Cosmos Club 

Kew, Mr and Mrs M.; The Pleasanton 



Monday 



New York 
San Rafael 



Santa Clara 
Oakviile 



Wednesday San Rafael 
Monday 



Mondai^ 



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me 



I 



KEWEN 



49 



KITTLE 



Kewen, Colonel Perrie 
Miss Mav 



1616 M St., Sacramento 



915 Van Ness ave. 



Monday 

Monday 



Keyes, Mr and Mrs Winfield S 

William 

Kidd, James ; 505 Hyde st. 

Kidder, Miss ; Oriel Hotel 

Kilgaritf, John M. ; 614 Sutter st. 

Kimball, Mrs G. G.; The Pleasanton 

Kincaid, MissC. B. ; 730 Seventeenth st. 

Kincaid, Rev. and Mrs William ; 413 Eddy st. 

King, Mr and Mrs Fritz ; 1829 Sacramento st. 

King, Mr and Mrs Homer S.; 1001 Leavenworth st 

King, Thompson; 1501 Van Ness ave. 

Kingsbury, Frank; Cosmos Club 

Kingsley, C. H. ; Palace Hotel 

Kinkelin, Charles A. ; 313 Golden Gate ave. 

Kinne, Mr and MrsC. Mason ; The Berkshire Monday 

Miss Ella 

Miss Alice 



Red Bluff 



Oakland 



Thursday 



San Gabriel Mission, Los Angeles 
Astoria, Or 



Kinney, Mr and Mrs Abbott 

Kinney, M. J. 

Kinsey, Griffith J.; 903 Sutter st. 

-Mrs A. G. 

Kinsman, Charles F. ; Oriel Hotel 

Kip, Right Rev. and Mrs Wilham L; Eddy and Franklin sts. 

Kirby, Miss Josie; 1222 Pine st. 

Kirchhoffer, Dr. Frederick; German Hospital 

Kirk, Miss Florence; The Berkshire Mo)iday 

Kirketerp, William C. ; 1017 Bush st. 

Miss Emilie 

Kirkham, Ralph W. ; Pacific Club 

Kirkland, Miss Cornelia S. ; 1306 California st. Thursday 

Kirkratrick, Mr and Mrs E. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Kirkpatrick, Mrs E. L.; 808 Leavenworth st. 

Kittle, Mr and Mrs John G., 1610 Franklin st. 

Miss Lucia 

Kittle, Mr and Mrs N. G.; 1610 Franklin st. 

John G. 

Nicholas G., Jr. 

William S. 



San Rafael 



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than can be made at home. All fi[5;-;^ig[«ET&^ct?. Sfic Cast Agents 



KLEINHANS 50 " LAMBERT 



Kleinhans, Mr and Mrs John; 640 Fell st. 
Miss Lucv 



Knight, Mr and Mrs George A. ; 1826 O'Farrell st. 

Knight, N. R.; 2914 Mission st. 

Knighton, R.; Hotel Pleasanton 

Knoderer, Theodore ; 1217 Clay st. 

Knoph, Mr and Mrs M. E. ; 21 11th st. luesday San Mateo 

Knorp, Albert; 706 Larkin st. 

Knowles, George B., Jr. ; 909 Taylor st. 

Miss Lillian 

Charles T. 

Edwin I. 

Knox, Mr and Mrs C. C. ; 21 Eleventh st. 
Koehler, Mrs Charles; 1358 Post st. 

Miss Marie 

Charles, Jr. 

Kohl, Captain and Mrs AVilliam ; Palace Hotel Monday San Mateo 
Miss ^Nlaroie 

Kohler, Mr and Mrs Hans PI. ; 1920 Broadway st. 

Kohler, Mr and Mrs Henry; 807 Sutter st. 

Miss Hennie 

Henry, Jr. 

Kohn, Mr and Mrs I.; 1316 Sutter st. 4th Wednesday 

Kowalsky, H. S.; Baldwin Hotel 
Kroeplien, George; 310 Stockton st. 

Kruse, Edward; 620 Turk st. 

Edward, Jr. 

Emil 

William H. 

Krusi, Herman ; 1232 Golden Gate ave. 

Kunath, Mr and Mrs Oscar ; 409 Golden Gate ave. 

l,achman, Samuel; 603 Sutter st. 

Lacy, Mr and Mrs Benjamin T.; 615 Chestnut st. 

Ladd, Mr and Mrs George S. ; 2836 California st. 

Lake, Mrs Delos; 1905 Pacific ave. Tuesday 
Frederick Billings 

Lake, Frederick B.; 1620 Jackson st. 

Lake, Miss Mary ; 922 Post st. Friday Monterey 

Lambert, Daniel ; 534 Haight st. 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West Havaua Cigars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



LA MONTAGNE 



51 



LAWTON 



La Montague, Mr and Mrs Pierre ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Lampson, Miss Lillie ; 608 19th st. 

Lancaster, Mr and Mrs E. A. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Landers, Mr and Mrs John ; 1121 Bush st. 

Miss Helen 

Landsberger, Mr and Mrs I.; 717 Fillmore st. Alameda 

Miss Lillie 

Henry 

Lane, Dr. and Mrs Levi C; 2302 Clay st. 

Lang, Lieutenant T. F. ; Presidio 

Lahghorne, James P.; 2419 Pacific ave. 

Langley, Mrs Melanie ; 234 Haight st. 

Lansing, Miss Ada M.; 744 Ellis st. Friday 

Larcher, Prof. Edward; 811 Geary st. 

La Pue, Mr and Mrs C. Lee 

La Rue, Hon. and Mrs H. M. 

La Rue, Mr and Mrs Jacob E. 

Latham, Mrs E. K.; 2111 Pine st. 

Miss Edith 

Miss Florence 

Latham, Mr and Mrs Frank B. 
Latham, Mrs M. S.; 1104 Post st. 

Milton S. 

Lathrop, Ariel ; Palace Hotel 

Lathrop, Charles G.; 2101 Van Ness ave 

-Miss 

Latimer, L. D. ; Pacific Club 
Laton, Mr and Mrs Charles A. ; Palace Hotel 
Latson, Mr and Mrs Frank P. ; 520 Oak st. 
Lauden, Mr and Mrs M. E. ; 821 Pine st. 
Lawler, Judge Frank W. ; 1402 Golden Gate ave. 

Miss Lillie 

Lawless, Mrs. E. J. ; 1513 Larkin st. 

Lawlor, Mr and Mrs J. M. San Jose 

Miss Lillie 

William 

Lawrence, W. H. San Mateo 
Lawton, Gardiner T. 
Miss Teresa 



Yountville 

Sacramento 

Davisville 



San Anselmo 



Windsor, Sonoma Co. 
Monday 



2121 California st. 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
TonKue Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
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LAWYER 52 LEVY 

Law5'er, Mr and Mrs A. M. ; 1422 Clay st. Tuesday 

Layman, Mr and Mrs Frederick O. ; Cosmos Club 

Leach, G. W, ; Lick House 

Lean, Mr and Mrs W. ; Oriel Hotel Monday Auburn 

Leal, Mrs John; 704>^ O'Farrell st. 

Leavitt, S. B. ; 2037 Howard st. 

Le Breton, Mr and Mrs A. J. ; 712 Sutter st. 
Miss Julia 

Le Breton, Edward J. ; 1414 Sutter st. 

Lecca, Ginlio ; 1001 Pine st. 

Lee, Arthur ; 606 Sutter st. 

Lee, Mrs B. F. ; 2021 Webster st. 

Lee, Mr and Mrs Bradner W. Tuesday 

1003 South Hope st, Los Angeles 
Lee, \\ . Ct. ; Hotel Pleasantou 

Lee, Dr. W. M. ; Grand Hotel 

Lees, Captain and Mrs I. W. ; 1022 Pine st. 
Frederick W. 

Leggett, Joseph ; 918 Dolores st. 

Leghorn, John G. ; 1810 Leavenworth st. 

Leichter, C. ; 1722 Clay st. 

Leighton, Mr and Mrs J. B. ; 1111 Union st. 

Lemmon, George ; 814 Hyde st. 

Lent, Eugene New York 

Lent, Mr and Mrs William M.; 699 Polk st. 

Leonard, Charles L. ; Oriel Hotel 

Le Roy, Georges ; 226 Stockton st. 
Eugene 

LessGck, Mr and Mrs A. H. ; 1258 California st. 
The Misses 

Levy, Mrs Charles S. Stockton 

Levy, Eugene W. ; 1050 Golden Gate ave. 
Levy, Mr and Mrs H. M. ; 1302 Post st. 

Miss Dahlia 

Martin H. 

Levy, Mrs John ; The Berkshire Monday 
Miss Goldie 

Levy, Mr and Mrs S. W.; 1296 Van Ness ave. 

Miss Rebecca 

Melville S. 



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glass especially tor Childreu's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons 

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LEVY 



53 LIVINGSTON 



Levy, Judge and Mrs Walter H. ; 661 Harrison st. 

Le^is, Dr. and Mrs D. 0., U. S. N. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Lewis, W. S. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Lewis, William ; 1212 Geary st. 

Lewitt, Dr. W. B. ; 605 Laguna st. 

Libby, Mr and Mrs Dorville ; 822, 21st st. 

Lichtenberg, William ; Cosmos Club San Rafael 

Liebes, Mr and Mrs Herman ; 1714 Van Ness ave. 

Lightner, I; 1312 Golden Gate ave. 

Lightner, Mr and Mrs Joel F. ; 1759 Howard st. 

Lilienthal, Mr and Mrs Ernest ; 1913 Mission st. 

Lilienthal, Mr and Mrs Ernest R.. 1818 California st. 

Lilienthal, Henry ; 946 Twenty-first st. 

Lilienthal, Mr and Mrs J. Leo; 1918 Jackson st. 

Lilienthal, Mr and Mrs Philip N. ; SW cor. Franklin and Clay sts. 

Lilienthal, Dr. and Mrs Samuel ; 1316 Van Ness ave. 

Limekin, Mr and Mrs ; 927 Golden Gate ave. Thursday 

Lincoln, Mrs ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Lincoln, Mr and Mrs J. B. ; 555 Harrison st. 

Jerome 

Linderman, Mr and Mrs Dell ; 1501 Van Ness ave. 

Miss Dell 

Lindsay, Mr and Mrs J. A. ; 1819 O'Farrell st. 

Lipscher, Mrs M. ; 526 Ellis st. 

Lissack, Louis ; Palace Hotel 

Lissak, Adolphus H. ; 1258 California st. 

Little, Mr and Mrs John T. ; 524 Post st. 

Miss Grace 

Miss Laura 

Miss Ada 



Little, Dr. and Mrs Joseph R. ; 511 Stockton st. San Rafael 

Little, Mr and Mrs W. H. ; 311 Scott st. Thursday 

Littlefield, Miss Emma Salinas City 

Littlefield, Mr and Mrs J. H. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Littlefield, Miss Rose Salinas City 

Livermore, Obadiah 

Livingston, C. H. ; Palace Hotel 

Ijvingston, Miss G.; 904 Van Ness ave. 

THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S Freuch Soups are put up for family use in 
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LIVINGSTON 54 



L0WNDE8 



Livingston, Monroe ; 1809 Pine st. 

Miss Alice 

Miss Florence 



Lloyd, Reuben H. ; 1010 Folsom st. 

Lockwood, Arthur D. ; 1817 Baker st. 

Loewy, W. ; 046 Geary st. 

Logan, Mrs James C. ; 2228 California st. 

Logan, Mrs M. A. ; Grand Hotel Monday 

Lohse, Mr and Mrs John P. ; 2512 AVashington st. Thursday 

'Mies 

Long, Mr and Mrs I. H.; 1812 Washington st. 

Long, Mr and Mrs John T. : The Berkshire Monday 

Long, L. L. ; The "Bella Vista 

Loomis, Mr and Mrs George; Palace Hotel Monday Menlo Park 

Lord, Theodore A. ; NE cor. Vallejo and Octavia sts. 

Loring, Mr and Mrs David W. ; 2604 Jackson st 

The Misses 

F. H. 

Loring. Prescott ; 2521 Sutter st. 

Loryea, Dr and Mrs A. M. ; 1006 Van Ness ave. 

Miss Amy L. 

James 

Lotz, Miss Matilda; 299 Hyde st. 

Loughborough, Mrs Alexander H. ; 829 O'Farrell st. 

The Misses 

George 

Longhead, Henry W. ; Cosmos C lub 
Loughery, Robert J. ; 784 Stevenson st. 
Love, John L. ; 30 Glen Park ave. 
Love, Mrs Josie S. ; 1714 Clay st. 
Miss 

Loveland, Mrs Mary T. ; 2443 Larkin st. 

]Miss May 

Lovell, Mansfield; 1312 Taylor st. 
Low, Charles A. ; 821 Bush st. 

Low, Ex.Govenor and Mrs. F. F. ; Gough aad Sutter sts. 
Miss Flora 

Low ; Mr and Mrs George A. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 
Lowenberg, I. B. ; 609 Van ness ave. 
Lowndes, Mrs A. O. ; G13 Larkin st. 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest iuthe land, sold everywhere. Ask your Grocer 
^^^^^' MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



LUCAS 



55 



MACONDRAY 



Lucas, Lieutenant E. W. Van C. ; Presidio 
Lucas, Robert H. ; 2112 Devisadero st. 
Luckliardt, Caesar; 1812 Howard st. 
Ludlow, Captain Nichol ; Cosmos Club 
Ludovici, F. W. ; Cosmos Club 
Ludovici, W. Oscar ; 95-4 Bush st. 
Lugsdin, Mr and Mrs Jay ; Palace Hotel 

Miss 

Lundborg, Dr and Mrs. J. A. W. ; 1504 Taylor st. Tuesday 
Luning, ^^icholas ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Miss Clara 

Lunt, Mr and Mrs O. A. ; 1346 Bush st. 

Lusk, F. C. ; Pacific Club 

Luther, Mr and Mrs John B. ; 336 O'Farrell st. 

Lux, Mrs Charles ; 1900 Jackson st. Friday 

Lyle, W. S. ; 1603 Van Ness ave. 

Lyman, Dr. J. Chester 

Lyman, Colonel W. W. ; Cosmos Club 

Lynch, Hon. and Mrs Jeremiah; 402 Eddy st. 

Lynde, William C. ; 1416 Larkin st. 

Lynds, A. ; Lick House 

Lyon, E. H. ; 1419 Van Ness ave. 

Lyons, Clarence ; 208 Hyde st. 

Mac Crellish, Mrs Frederick ; SW cor. Pine and ^Nlason sts. 

Mackay, Mr and Mrs Aexancler ; 619 19th st. 

Miss 

-Walter S. 

Mackay, Mr and Mrs Donald; 1419 Washington st. 

Mackay, John AV. ; Palace Hotel 

Mackenzie, Rev. Robert ; 1924 Washington st. 

Mackey, H. ; The Berkshire 

Macloon, Mrs C. H.; 14 Guy place 

Macondray, Miss M. L.; The Bella Vista 

Macondray, William; 1821 Sacramento st 

Miss Nina 

Miss Inez 

George 

Frederick W. 

Horatio N. 



Mills Building, New York 

Monday 



Chico 



San Rafael 
St. Helena 



Thursday 



Virginia City, Nev. 



Thursday 
T hursday 



Menlo Park 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have no equaL Smoke them 
and see for yourself. ^^^^^^ SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents 



MADDEN 



MARTIN 



Madden, Miss; 1100 California st. 

^^Frank'R ""' ' '''' ^— ^^^ st. Thursday 

Mahon, Mrs Frank; 1429 Mason st. 

MaUliard, Mr and Mrs John B. ; 1401 Van xXess ave 

Main, Mr and Mrs Charles ; Palace Hotel ^fondny 

Maison Mr and Mrs N. E. ; 561 17th st. Wednesday 

Mallon, Mr and Mrs John ; 2508 Sacramento st. 

Malter George H. ; 912 Scott st. 

Manchester, Miss M. L. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Mancusi, Guiseppe ; 522 Sutter st. 

Mangels, Clans ; 120 Devisadero st. 

Mann, C. ; 2217 Webster st. 

Mann, Clarence M. ; 808 Leavenworth st. 

Mann, Mr and Mrs Henry R. ; 3004 Sacramento st- 

Mann, Seth ; 2444 Howard St. 

Charles H. 

Manning. Mis. A. M. ; The Renton ,^,,,,^ 

Marble, L. ; Oriel Hotel 

Marks, Mr and Mrs Joseph ; 1119 Van Ness ave. Thursday 
Marriot, Mr and Mrs Frederick ; 2356 Jones st 
Marsh, Mr and Mrs H. F. ; 2507 Howard st. 
Marshall, Dr. and Mrs Benjamin; 921 Sutter st. 
Marshall, Mr and Mrs E. C. ; 2624 California st. 

Miss Nellie 

Marshall, Captain and Mrs J H 

Marshall, Mr and Mrs Louis ; 2195 Devisadero st " ^''^'^ 

Marshutz, L. C. ; 412 Eddy st. 

3Iarston, Mr and Mrs C -V • jp,-^ u , ^, 

' i^ac7rt.v Hazel Glen Hotel, Sunol 

Martel, Mr and Mrs J. L. ; 420 Ellis st Th i 

Mips Adele Thursday Mountain View 

Miss Ethel 

Miss Eugenie 

-Alfred 

—Louis 

Martenstein, Jacob; 1129 Turk st. 

Martenstein, Mr and Mrs Jacob A. ; 1301 Golden Gate ave 

Martm, Mrs Ada N. ; 2304 Devisadero st. 

Martin. Miss Elenor; 725 Sutter st. 

^'^^^^-|5-^«^^-e Pates Tru^^^^^^^ the f^^^^^e^^e'^l[I^^^:j:^^ 



MARTIN 



57 



MAY 



Martin, Mrs H. B. ; The Bella Vista Thunday 

Martin, Mr and Mrs Henry McL. ; California and Taylor sts. 

Martin, Mrs J. M. ; 

Martin, Mr and Mrs J. P. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Martin, P. J. ; 2103 California st. 

Martin, W. H. ; Jackson and Franklin sts. 

Martin, Dr. William, U. S. N.; Cosmos Club 

Martin, William ; 2914 California st. 

Martin, William C. ; 314 Oak st. 

Martinez, Mr and Mrs Raoul; 1825 Sacramento st. Tuesday 

Marwedel, C. F. ; 2011 Bush st. 

Charles W. 

Marye, George T., Jr. ; Occidental Hotel 

Mason, Mr and Mrs Charles 

Mason, Mr and Mrs N. H. A. 

'Miss Dixie 

— Miss Maude 



Tuesday 
San Jose 



Sausalito 



1404 McAllister st. Tuesday 



Mathews, Mr and Mrs Harvey; 1632 Clay st. 
Mathews, Miss Lulu; 920 Jackson st. 
Mathews, Mr and Mrs Henry E. ; 803 Pine st. 
Matthews, Miss Cora ; 415 First st. 
Matthews, Mr and Mrs Harvey ; 1632 Clay st. 
Matthews, Mrs M. ; The Berkshire 
Matthews, William ; 2115 Sacramento st. 
Mathieu, Mrs Marianne ; 1003 Leavenworth st. 
Frank L. 



T hursday 



Clear Lake, Kelseyville 

Thursday 
Monday 



—Julian 



Mattliar, Miss Rose ; 206 Valencia st. 

Mau, Mrs H. Albert; 938 Van Ne3S ave. 
Broadway st. 

—Miss Alice 

Miss Julia 

Mau, Mr and Mrs William F. ; 1327 Sutter st. 

Maupay, Miss Emma; The Berkshire 



After March, 1889 at 2215 
Friday 



Thursday 
Monday 



318 Van :Ness ave. 



Maxwell, Mr and Mrs. J. W. C. . 

Miss Emily 

Maxwell, Walter ; Palace Hotel 

May, E. F. ; 538 Guerrero st. 

May, Mr and Mrs Frederick ; 917 Sutter st. 



Los Anojeles 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



MAY 



58 



Mccormick 



Monday 
Thursday 

Wednesday 



Monday 



San Mateo 
Sausalito 



May, ]Mr and Airs Henry; 2024 Jackson st. 
May, Dr. and Mrs W. B. ; 1114 Clay st. 
Mayer, Albert M. S. ; 327 Geary st. 
Mayer, Charles, Jr. ; 924 Fillmore st. 
Mayer, Miss Josephine ; The Berkshire 
Mayer, Mr and Mrs Samuel D. ; 916 Jones st. 

Maynard, Mrs George F.; 1512 California st. 

Miss Eva 

Miss Lena 

Miss Sallie 

Maynard, Mr and Mrs John H. ; Palace Hotel 
Maynard, Mrs Lafayette 

Miss 

Miss Ella 

Duff. G. 

Maynard, Mr and Mrs W. J. ; Palace Hotel 

Mayne, Charles ; Palace Hotel 

McAfee, Mrs; The Bella Vista 
E. 

:McAfee, Mr and Mrs Carroll ; Palace Hotel 
McAlester, Miss A. E. ; 8 Yerba Buena st. 

McAllister, Mr and Mrs Hall ; Taylor and Leavenworth sts. Ross Valley 

Miss Eva 

M. Hall 

McAllister, Dr. and Mrs \V. F. M 
McAllister, AVard ; Union Club 
McBean, P. McG. ; 2611 Pacific ave. 
McCall, Robert A.; AVestminster Hotel 
McCarthy, Mr and Mrs F. F. ; Palace Hotel 
McCenery, Julius C. ; Lick House 
McClatchy, Mrs James; Grand Hotel 
The Misses 



Monday 
Thursday 



Del Monte 



Palace Hotel Monday Colorado 



Monday 

Monday 
Thursday 



McClung, Mrs; 1913 Devisadero st. 

McClung, Mr and Mrs J. W. ; 612 Buchanan st. 

McChire, Senator and Mrs David; Occidental Hotel Monday 

McClure, Mr and Mrs Penuel ; 408 Ellis st. Thursday 

McCoppin, Mr and Mrs Frank ; Occidental Hotel Monday 
Miss 

McCormick, Miss Eva : 924 Valencia st. 



^^^'^''^'^ver^^;;?^,^^,'^ HAVANA CIGARS have beeu sold in this market for 

o^ er teu > ears. A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best on the market 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



Mccormick 



59 McKEEVER 



McCormick, Mr and Mrs William H. ; 1715 Larkiu st. 

Miss lizzie 

Emanuel B. 

McCoy, Henry J. ; 724 Hayes st. 
McDonald, Mrs D. L. ; 1800 Laguna st. 

Miss Laura 

McDonald, Captain James M. ; 912 Union st. 
McDonald, Mr and Mrs Jasper ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 
McDonald, Mr and Mrs M. J. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 
McDonald, Dr. R. H. ; 813 Sutter fet. 

R. H., Jr. 

McDonough, Mr and Mrs R. ; Lick House 3fonday 

McDowell, Mrs Ellen ; 2121 California st. 

Miss Nellie 

Henry B. 

McElroy, Mrs ; 704 Fine st. Thursday 

McElroy, Mr and Mrs Robert ; SW cor. Buchanan and Haight sts. 

James R. 

McElroy, Mr and Mrs Robert D. ; 1908 Valencia st. 
McEwen, Mrs J. A. ; 1615 Clay st. 

Miss Susie 

McFarland, A. G.; 1323 Oak st. 
McFarlane, E. C. ; Honolulu, H. I. 

George 

McGary, Mr and Mrs Edward ; 1036 Mission st. Thursday 

Miss Clara B. 

McGauley, Mrs Julia F. ; 1341 Union st. 

McGavin, Mr and Mrs Walter J. T,; 910 Taylor st. San Rafael 

McGill, Henry M.; 1808 Fillmore st. 

McGilvray, Mr and Mrs James B. ; 1332 Bush st. 

McGlauflin, Lewis M. ; 2516 Fillmore st. 

McGlechen, Mr and Mrs ; The Berkshire Monday 

McGlynn, Peter J. ; 1500 Golden Gate ave. 

McGuinness, J. P., U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 

McKee, Mrs ; Bush and Mason sts. 

Miss 

McKee, Mr and Mrs John ; 26 Twelfth st. 

McKeever, General and Mrs Chauncey; 2023 Calif. st.,Washington,D.C. 

Miss Helen 

Miss Elsie 

GORDON & DILWORTH'S Fine Preserved Fruits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup, Wine 
Jellies, Etc., to be had at all f^;'jY^^^gfi;j;ER ^ CO., Pacific Coast Ageuts. 



McKENTY 



60 



McRUER 



Wednesday 



McKenty, Mrs Lita ; 1222 Pine st. 

McKinstry, Judge E. AV. ; 1515 Washington st. 

Miss Laura 

James C. 

McLane, Mr and Mrs Louis ; 438 Bryant st. 
McLaren, Norman; 614 Sutter st. 

McLean, Dr. and Mrs Robert A, NWeor. Pacific ave. and Derisadero st. 

3lcLean, Sterling; Cosmos Club 

McLennon, Frank P. ; 1515 Clay st. 

McLeod, Mr and Mrs Daniel ; Occidental Hotel 

McMahon, Miss ; 716 Jones st. 

McMahon, Mr and Mrs B.; The Berkshire 

^Miss Marion 

Miss Paralee 

Miss Alice 



Monday 
Monday 



McMillan, Eobert; 27 Ridley st. 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Emma 

McMonagle, Dr. Beverly, 703 Market st. 
McMullen, Mr and Mrs Frank ; 820 Grove st. 
McMullin, Mrs George O. ; 1104 Post st. 
-Miss Mamie 

McMullin, Mr and Mrs John; 1414 California st. 
McMullin, Morgan D. ; 1935 Clay st. 

Mrs John 

-^liss Bettie 

Beauregard 

D. M. 

:^rcMullin, Mrs Thurlow; 1252 California st. 
Latham M. 

McNeil, Miss; 1019 California st. 

McNulty, Mrs Charles A. ; 1252 California st 
Bert 

McNulty, Dr. and Mrs James M. ; Palace Hotel 
McNutt, Dr. and Mrs W. F. ; 1805 California st. 
McPherson, Mr and Mrs Maynard; 609 Polk st 

^Miss Belle 

^ William 



Friday 



Jiiesday 



Friday 



Tuesday 

Tuesday 
Tuesday 

Monday 



Monday 



Fresno 

-athrop 



McPherson, Miss Sophie; Occidental Hotel 
McRuer, Mr and^trsDonald 0. ; 18 Laurel place 

of «U Visitors at Carlsbad. M..U, SADLEK A CO.. Pacific Coast Agents. 



MEAD 



61 MIGHELL 



Mead, Mr and Mrs Charles H. ; 1611 Sacramento st. Wednesday 

Mead, Mr and Mrs Lewis K. ; 2606 California st. 

Mead, Mr and Mrs Walter, 1611 Sacramento st. Wednesday 

Meade, Mr and Mrs George W. Sausalito 

Meagher, Mr and Mrs Thomas; 926 Clay st. 

Mehlert, Mrs E. ; 1717 Laguna st. 

Meinecke, Mr and Mrs Charles; 1917 Franklin st. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays 

Miss Inez 

Miss Minnie 

Meinecke, George H. ; 405 Geary st. 

Melone, Mr and Mrs Drury ; Palace Hotel Oak Knoll. Napa Co. 

Melrose, Mr and Mrs Kenneth ; 1902 Broadway st. 

Melville, W. R. Blithedale 

Mendell, Colonel and Mrs George H. ; 418 Fremont st. 

Menzies, Thomas San Rafael 

Merle, Charles F.; 302 O'Farrell st. 

Merrill, Mr and Mrs Annis ; 1007 Jackson st. Tuesday 

Merrill, Captain A. H., TT. S. A. ; Alcatraz Island 

Merrill, Mr and Mrs John C. ; 14 Stanley place 

Miss Daisy 

John C, Jr. 

Merrill, Mr and Mrs John F. ; 1732 Washington st. Friday 

Merrill, Louis; 207 Thirteenth st. 

Merry, Mr and Mrs W. L.; 2030 Pacific ave. Friday 

Merten, Mr and Mrs August F. ; 923 Fillmore st. 

Mesick, Richard S. ; 24 Montgomery st. 

Messer, Mr and Mrs N. T. ; 1011 California st. 

Messing, Rev. Dr. A. J. ; 608 Eddy st. 

Meux, J. P. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Meyer, Captain and Mrs; 1610 Van Xess ave. 

Meyer, Miss Emma; The Berkshire Monday 

Meyer, Em. ; 1319 Gough st. 

Meyer, Eugene ; 1730 Pine st. 

Meylert, Dr. and Mrs A. P. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Michalitschke, Mr and Mrs A. ; 2102 California st. 

Middleton, Mr and Mrs Samuel P. ; 600 Bush st. 

Miel, Rev. C. L.; 206 Lombard st. 

Mighell, AVilliam E. ; 514 Eddy st. 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pound round canisters only. 
Ask vour Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO.. Sole Proprietors. 



MILLER 62 



MOORE 



Miller, Miss ; Oriel Hotel 

Miller, H. Clay; 1137 Bush st. 

Miller, Mr and Mrs PI. M. A. ; NW cor. Jackson and Octavia Sts. 

Monday 
Miller, Mr and Mrs Henry ; 34 Essex st. 

Miller, Herbert ; Oriel Hotel 

Miller, Miss Ida ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Miller, Louis, Jr ; 807 Van Xess ave. 

Mills, Mrs C. T. Mills Seminary, Cal. 

Mills, Mr D. O. Millbrae 

Mills, Mr and Mrs Edgar Menlo Park 

Miss Addie 

Mills, Mrs James E. ; 2106 Van Xess ave. 

Mills, Mrs W. L. B., 1918 Sutter st. 

]Mills, Mr and Mrs William H. : 810 Taylor st. 

Mitchell, Edward H.; 6 Ford st. 

]\ritchell, Mr and Mrs G. H. ; The Renton Monday 

Mitchell, Senator John H. Portland, Or. 

Mitchell, Mr and Mrs R. AV. Portland Or. 

IMizner, Mr and Mrs L. B. Benicia 

Lansing 

Edgar A. 

William G. 

Moale, Colonel and Mrs Edward, V. S. A ; Presidio 

Moffatt, Mr and Mrs; 1419 Post st. 

Miss 

Molera, E. J.; 850 Van Ness ave. 
Molineux, Mr and Mrs Henry; 216 Bush st. 
]Molloy, Mrs B.; The Renton Monday 

Montague, Mr and Mrs W. W.; 1103 Bush st. 
Monteagle, Mr and Mrs Louis F.; 2002 Pacific ave. Friday 
Monteagle, Mr and Mrs Robert C. ; 209 Turk st. 
Montealegre, Mr and Mrs Carlos F. ; 51 2 Sutter st. 
Montealegre, Mis J. M.; 1114 Bush st. Thursday 

^Montgomery, George S. ; Grand Hotel 

Moody, Mr and Mrs Joseph E. ; SE cor. Lombard and Jones sts. Friday 

Miss Eda 

Frederick S. 

Moore, A. P. ; Palace Hotel 



How pleasant after the Theatre or an Evening Partv to be able to offer vour guests a 
nice cup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 
retiring. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



MOORE 



63 



MORTON 



San Rafael 
San Rafael 



Monday San Jose 



Los Angeles 



Moore, Mr and Mrs Alfred ; The Berkshire Monday 

Moore, Mr and Mrs Alfred S. ; 711 Jones st. Wednesday 

Moore, Mr and Mrs Austin D. ; 2121 Buchanan st. Friday 

■ Charles A. 

Percy P. 

Moore, Edward; 2122 Bush st. 

Moore, Dr. and Mrs George A.; 1511 Gough st. Tuesday 

Moore, Harry P. ; 518 Golden Gate ave. 

Moore, Howell C; Cosmos Club 

Moore, Mr and Mrs James 

Moore, Mr and Mrs Justin P. 

Moore, Miss May F.; 711^ Hayes st. 

. William S. 

Moore, Mrs Samuel ; Palace Hotel 

Miss Gertrude 

Miss Maud 

Moore, Mr and Mrs Walter ; Palace Hotel 

Mooreland, Mr and Mrs ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Morgan, Mr and Mrs ; 413 Van Ness ave. 

Morgan, Mr and Mrs Cosmo 

Morgan, Edwin D. ; 2312 Clay st. 

. -Miss 

]Miss Susie 

Morgan, Mr and Mrs William P. ; 1451 Franklin st. Friday 

Morrill, Grant A. ; 703 Taylor st. 

jVforrill, Miss Lottie ; Occidental Hotel (care W. B. Collier) 

Morrill, Mrs Paul ; Taylor and Bush sts. 

Morris, Mrs R. ; 1510 Octavia st. 

Morrison. Col. and Mrs George H. ; 908 Guerrero st. Carson City, Nev 

Wednesday 
.Morrow, Robert F. ; 916 Leavenworth st. 
Morrow, Hon. and Mrs W. W ; 60o Bush st.. 

-Miss 

William H. 

Morse, Mr and Mrs George P.; 826 Market st. 

Morse, Captain and Mrs H. G.; Palace Hotel Monday 

Morse, I. H ; 1423 Washington st. 

Mortee, Mies Mary ; 28 Liberty st. 

Mortimer, C. White, (British Vice-consul) 

Morton, Mr and Mrs Henry D. ; 305 Taylor st. 



Los Angeles 



Los Angeles 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET ^l^thi^g i« ^^tj^r than a^f^^^^^^^^ 
gested soup, such as is put ut. ^^>,i^^«^/RANCO.VMFJJK AN^ 



MORTON 64 



NASH 



Morton, Sargent S.; 321 Oak st. 

Morton, W. R. ; 309 Taylor st. 

Mosby, Colonel John S. ; 712 Sutter st. 

Mosely, Andrew S.; The Bella Vista 

Moses, Mr and Mrs Charles S. ; 2206 California st. Tuesday 

Mott, Lieutenant T. B., U. S. A.; Alcatraz Island 

Moulder, Hon. and Mrs A. J. ; 812 Bush st. Thursday 

Augustus 

Moulton, Mrs Adeline ; 1120 Gough st. 
Miss Florence 

Moulton, Mrs Sadie ; 1003 Pine st. 

Moultrie, Mrs L. Yi. ; The Berkshire Monday 
Miss 

Mozart, Mr and Mrs E. H. ; Oriel Hotel Monday 

Mozley, Mrs B.; Palace Hotel Monday 

Munro, Mr and Mrs George R.; 1114 17th st. Wednesday 

Miss Mattie 

Miss Minnie 

Murphy, Mrs B. D. San Jose 

Murphy, Mrs D. T. ; Occidental Hotel 

Miss Nellie 

Miss Fannie 

Murphy, Daniel T.; Pacific Club 

Murpliy, Daniel San Jose 

Murphy, Judge Daniel J.; 119 Liberty st. 

Murphy, Samuel ; Pacific Club 

Murphy, Mr and Mrs Eugene P.; 1304 Guerreio st. 

Murphy, James T. ; Cosmos Club San Jose 

Murphy, P. W.; Pacific Club San Luis Obispo 

Murphy, Mr and Mrs Samuel G.; 931 Bush st. 

Murray, Miss; 1713 Clay st. 

Murray, Alexander S. ; Cosmos Club 

My rick. Judge and Mrs Milton H. ; Palace Hotel Monday 
Miss 

Xagle, George AV. ; Bohemian Club 

Xapthaly, Benjamin F.; 2315 Webster st. 

Narjot, Mr and Mrs Ernest; S. E. cor. Filbert and Mason sts. 

Nash, H. C. ; S. W. cor. Powell and California sts. 



MATTOM'S Carlsbad GIESSHUBLER retains its gas for au uuusuallv loug time 
after the bottle has been opened. Grocers and Druggists keep it. 

MAU, SADLER iS: CO., Pacific Coast Agent-*. 



NASH 



65 



NIGHTINGALE 



Nash, Jay T. ; 916 Hyde st. 
Nash, Joseph ; 3100 Pacific ave. 

Naunton, R. H. ; 1418 Clay st. 

R.H., Jr. 

George 

Neal, Robert W. ; Florence Hotel 

Neale, Mr and Mrs Vincent San Rafael 

Neill, Mr and Mrs James; 1123 California st. Tuesday 

Nelson, Captain and Mrs Charles ; 31 Essex st. 

Miss Maggie 

Nesmith, L. G. 

Neuberger, Mr and Mrs Gustave ; 1628 Octavia st. 

Newell, Mr and Mrs; 703 Bush st. 

Newhall, Mr and Mrs E. W. ; 1624 Octavia st. 

Newhall, Mrs George; 1299 Van Ness ave. 

George, Jr. 

Walter S. 

Newhall, Henry G.; 2110 Broadway st. 

Newhall, Mr and Mrs W. Mayo ; 1206 Post st. 

Newhall, W. S. ; 1299 Van Ness ave. 

Newlands, Mr and Mrs Frank G. ; {nee McAllister) 

Miss Kittie 

Newmark, Mrs H. ; 1106 Eddy st. 

Newton, Mr and Mrs Morris ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Niblack, Lieutenant V. P. ; Cosmos Club, Navy Dept. Washington, D.C. 



Seminary Park 
San Jose 

San Rafael 

San Rafael 
New York City 



Nichols, Mr and Mrs A. C. 

Miss Belle 

Nichols, Mr and Mrs D. C. ; Palace Hotel 
Nicholson, Mr and Mrs Peter; Hotel Pleasanton 

Alexander 

Nicholson, Mr and Mrs AV. A. S. ; 510 Baker st. 
Nickel, Mr and Mrs J. Le Roy; 1415 Jones st. 
Nickerson, Mr and Mrs A. A. ; Palace Hotel 

Miss Maude 

Miss Myra 

Nightingale, Mr and Mrs John ; 309 Haight st. 

Miss Ella 

Miss Minnie 

Miss Georgie 

Dr. John 

_- Joseph B. 



San Rafael 



Monday 
Monday 



Monday 



Wednesday 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper aud better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



NOBLE 



C6 



O'LEARY 



Noble, Mr and Mrs H. H. ; 405 Geary st. 

Noble, Mr and Mrs Patrick ; 1729 Sutter st. Tuesday 

Noble, Lieutenant Robert H., U. S. A. Benicia 

Noble, Rev. and Mrs Thomas K. ; 711 Jones st. 

Nojot, Ernest; 711 Howard st. 

Nolan, Mr and Mrs Patrick T. ; 1428 Golden Gate ave. Wednesday 

— — — ]Miss Kittie 

Nordlinger, N. E. ; Oriel Hotel 

Norris, Mrs B. F.; 1822 Sacramento st. Friday 

Norris, Miss F. L. ; 835 California st. Tuesday 

Norris, Mr and Mrs William; 927 Bush st. Thursday 

North, Mrs G. L. ; 2522 California st. Friday 

Norton, Edward; 376 San Jose ave. 

Norton, Mr and Mrs G. N. ; 2414 AVashington st. 

Norton, Mrs Henry; 1706 Larkin st. 

Norton, Miss M. E.; The Renton Monday 

Norton, Miss May; 1708 Geary st. 

Norton, Mrs 8. J. ; 1511 Jones st. 

Nougues, Mr and Mrs Joseph ; 2226 California st. 

Nugent, John F. ; 426 Geary st. 

Nugent, Rev. John F.; 320 Harrison st. 

Nunan, ]Mr and Mrs Matthew ; 422 Oak st. 

Nuttall, Mr and Mrs J. Robert K. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Nutting, Mr and Mrs Calvin S. : 1621 Golden Gate ave. 

Miss Grace 

O'Brien, Mr and Mrs J. J. ; 300 Van Ness ave. 

O'Brien, Mr and Mrs James ; 910 McAllister st. Thursday 

O'Callaghan, Daniel: 16 Twelfth st. Tuesday 
Mi;s Maggie 

O'Connell, Daniel; 1624 Broadway &t. 

O'Connell, Miss Maggie ; 806 McAllister st. Thursday 

O'Connor, Mr and Mr.s Cornelius ; 825 O'Farrell st. Wednesday 

Miss Lillie 

Miss Maud 

O'Connor, Mr and Mrs J. San Rafael 

The Misses 

O'Farrell, Mrs John J. ; 2035 Howard st. 
O'Kaiie, Mr and Mrs William, 504 Geary st. 
O'Leary, Fergus; Grand Hotel 



Always reliable aud uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

Havaua Cigars. MAT SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Ageuts. 



O'SULLIVAX 67 PAGE 

O'Sullivan, Mrs Cornelius D. ; 1025 Bush st. Thursday 

Ogden, Mrs M. L. ; 1001 Sutter st. 

Ogden, Mr and Mrs Richard L.; 2600 Pacific ave. Friday 

Okell, Charles J. ; 411 California st. 

Oliphant, Mrs D. D. Portland, Or. 

Oliver, J. H., U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 

OHver, Miss Mattie; San Jose and Twenty-fourth Thursday 

Onesti, George; 1213 Taylor st. 
Orcutt, F. L.; Cosmos Chib 

Orena, Mr and Mrs Gaspar ; 729 Geary st. Wednesday 

Mr and Mrs Dario 

Orestes 

Artlmr 

Ostroski, Mr and Mrs S. ; Baldwin Hotel Monday 

Miss 

Otis, James; 1900 Washington st. 

Mrs Lucy 

Miss Helen 

Charles 

Oullahan, D. J.; Occidental Hotel 
Overton, Mrs Alice C. ; 1710 Larkin st. 

Victor G. 

Robert H. 

Overton, Charles P. ; 1414 Geary st. 

Elias P. 

Owen, Mr and Mrs W. J. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Miss Alice 

Oyster, Lieutenant Joseph S., U. S. A. ; Presidio 

Pace, Mr and Mrs Charles ; 1018 Jackson st. 

Pace, James D.; 308 Van Ness ave. 

Pacheco, Mr and Mrs Romualdo Mexico 

Miss Mabel 

Page, Arthur Ross Valley, San Rafael 

Page. Mr and ^Irs Charles; 2518 Pacific ave. 

Page, Judge James D. ; 402 Geary st. 

Page, Olaf Valparaiso, Chili 

Page, Mrs Thomas S. San Rafael 

:Miss Meta 

Mi<s Lizzie 

William D. 

Mr and Mrs George J. 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Hani. Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Ovsters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



PAIGE 68 ■ PATERSOX 

Paige, Calvin; Lick House 

Paige, Mr and Mrs Timothy ; 2002 Pacific ave. " Friday 

Cutler 

Paine, Colonel and Mrs J. C; Palace Hotel (abroad) 

Miss Florence 

Miss Helen 



Painter, Mrs Caroline A. ; 831 Jackson st. Coyote Valley, Lake Co. 
Walter M. 

Edgar 

Arthur 



Palache, Mr and Mrs Gilbert; 1249 Franklin st. 

Mies Ida 

Miss Sadie 

T Hood 

Palache, Robert K. ; 1910 Devisadero st. 

Palmer, Mr and ^Irs George ; 824 Powell st. Tuesday 

Pariser, Mr and Mrs James A. ; 2910 Mission st. 
Alfred D. 

Parke, Lyman C. ; 1118 Gough st. 

Parker, Mr and Mrs L. M. ; 901 Larkin st. Thursday 

Parker, Stafford H. ; 1512 California st. 

E. L. 

Parkhurst, John W. ; 2104 Jackson st. 

Parkhurst, Mrs L. T. ; 1501 Van Ness ave. 

Parks, Miss Lizzie ; 614 Sutter st. 

Parks, Mr and INIrs T. "\V. ; AVestminster Hotel Monday 

Parrott, Mrs A. M. San Mateo 

Parrott, Mr and Mrs John ; Gough and Washington sts. Menlo I'ark 

Parrott, Mr and ^Irs Louis B. ; 1913 Franklin st. Friday 

Parrott, Tiburcio San Mateo and St. Helena 

Parson, Dr. Edward ; Pacific Club 

Partridge, A. C. ; 1314 Leavenworth st. Tuesday 

Miss Ella S. 

Miss Jessie E. 

Partridge, Mr and Mrs George ; 812 Twenty-first st. 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Alice 

Partridge, Mr and Mrs John; 2120 Jackson st. Friday 
Partridge, Mr and Mrs Samuel C. ; 1307 Leavenworth st. Tuesday 
Paterson, Judge and Mrs A. Van R. ; 310 Haight st. 

Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up in 
glass especiallv for Children's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



PATTERSON 69 PERRY 

Patterson, Miss Martha ; 59 Hoff ave. 

Miss Isabel 

Patton, Mrs Charles L. ; 2318 Sutter st. 
Patton, Jasper N.; 1825 Jessie st. 
Paxton, ]Mr and Mrs J. A ; Palace Hotel 

Payne, Mrs Theodore ; Palace Hotel Monday 
Warren R. 

Payne, Mr and Mrs Theodore ; 1409 Sutter st. 

Payot, Mr and Mrs Henry ; 920 Ellis st. Wednesday 

Miss 

Leonce 

Payson, Captain and Mrs A. H. San Mateo 

Pearce, C. W. ; Cosmos Club 

Pearson, H. A. ; Palace Hotel 

Pearson, Miss Laura; 1222 Pine st. 

Pease, Mr and Mrs R. H., Jr. ; NW cor. Pacific ave. & Pierce st. Friday 

Peck, Lieutenant, F. P. ; Presidio 

Peele, Mrs; The Renton Monday 

Pendergast, Rev. J. J. ; 628 California st. 

Pendleton, Mrs M. E. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Pennell, Mr and Mrs Charles C; 1414 Taylor st. 

Pennell, Henry E. ; 1702 Larkin st. 

Thomas M. 

Perine, Mr and Mis J. H. ; Grand Hotel Monday 

Perine, Mr and Mrs Nicholas P.; 416 Oak st. 

Miss Florence 

Miss Laura 

Margaret L. 

George M. 

Perkins, Mr and Mrs Samuel ; 1454 Franklin st. 
Perrault, Dr. and Mrs Julian ; 1400 Jackson st. Friday 

Perrio, Dr. and Mrs; 1935 Clay st. 
Miss 

Perry, Mrs R. ; 2034 Bush st. Tuesday 
Miss Lulu 

Perry, General and Mrs A. .1. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Miss 

Perry, Senator and Mrs George H. ; 2733 California st. 
Perry, Henry ; 504 Geary st. 

THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Fieuch Soups are put up for family use iu 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents, 



PERRY 70 • PIERSON 

Perry, John, Jr. ; Occidental Hotel 
Pescia, Dr. and Mrs Joseph; 1520 Taylor st. 
Peters, Mrs Mary; 1016 Sutter st. 

Miss Matie 

Walter 

Peterson, Mr and Mrs A. S. ; 337 Eddy st. Wednesday 
AValter 

Peterson, Mr and Mrs Frank ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 
Peterson, Mrs G. H.; 109 Oak st. Wednesday 

Miss Louise 

Miss Leona 

Peterson, S. B. ; 12 Essex st. Wednesday Alameda 

Miss Hattie 

Miss Carrie 

Frederick C. 

Frank B. 

Peyson Mrs A. H. San MatcD 

Peyton, b! K. Santa Cruz 

Peyton, Miss Julia ; Taylor and Sutter sts. Santa Cruz 

Phelan, Mr and Mrs James; SW cor. Valencia and Seventeenth sts. 

Monday Santa Cruz 
Miss Mollie 

James D. 



Phelps, Mrs C. A . 313 Devisadero st. Wednesday 

IMiss Mary 

]Miss Inez 

Walter J. 

Louis J. 

George C. 



Phelps, Mr and Mrs T. G. ; Redwood City 

Phillips, Mr and Mrs T. K. ;il817 O'Farrell'st. 
Phippen, Miss ; 2008 Jackson st. 
Pichoir, H. F. ; Union Club 
Pickett, Mrs; 1332 Bush st. 

Charles E. 

Pickett, G. AV. ; Oriel Hotel 

Pierce, Henry; 712 Pine st. 

Pierce, Mr and Mrs Ira; 1730 Jackson st. 

Pierce, J. M. ; 2413 Fillmore st. 

Pierson, Mr and Mrs Arthur; 1609 AVashington st. 

Pierson; Miss Emma; Baldwin Hotel Monday 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. 

Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



PIERSOx\ 71 PORTER 

Pierson, Mrs H. H. Santa Monica 

Pierson, Miss Laura ; 1222 Pine st. 

Pierson, Mr and Mrs Lawrence H. ; 1520 Vallejo Friaay 

Pierson, Mr and Mrs William M. ; 2214 Van Ness ave. Friday 

Pike, Mr and Mrs Charles W. ; 1615 Jackson st. 

Pillsbury, Miss ; 1802 Pacific ave. Friday 

Pillsbury, E. S.; Pacific Club 

Pinckard, Mr and Mrs George M. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Pinkam, Miss; 1036 Valencia st. 

Pinto, Mr and Mrs Ricardo ; 1801 Van Ness ave. Friday 

Piper, W. A. ; Lick House 

Pitts, Miss N. A. ; 115 Ridley st. 

Pixlev, Mr and Mrs Frank M. ; Union and Fillmore sts. 

Friday Ross Valley 

Place, George E. Los Angeles 

Piatt, Miss : Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Piatt, Miss Carrie ; 514 Lombard st. Wednesday 

Piatt, Horace G.; 701 Stockton st. 

Plum, Charles M. ; 308 Page st. Wednesday 

Miss Lulu E. 

Miss F. Anita 

Charles M., Jr. 

Plummer, Mr and Mrs C. Moody ; 127 Montgomery st. 

Plummer, Dr. Richard H. ; 652 Mission st. 

Poett, Mr and Mrs Alfred ; 507 Montgomery st. Santa Barbara 

Polhemus, Mr and Mrs George San Jose 

Poraeroy, Mr and Mrs Carter P. San Rafael 

Pond, Mayor and Mrs E. B. ; 1019 California st. Tuesday 

Ponton De Arce, Mr and Mrs Lucas ; 950 Bryant st. 

Miss Marie 

Stanley 

Poole, Miss ; 1329 Leavenworth st. Tuesday 

Poole, Mr and Mrs I. Lawrence ; 1216 Hyde st. 

Pope, Mrs. A. J. ; 1601 Van Ness ave. St. Helena 

Miss May E. 

George A . 

Popper, Max. ; 1065 Mission st. 
Porter, Mrs A. A. ; 209 Taylor st. 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have no eqnaL 

Smoke them and see for yourself. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



PORTER 



72 



QUAY 



Monday 



Wednesday after 3:30 P.M. 
Snell's Seminary, Oakland 



Tuesday 



Porter, Mrs B. F. ; The Berkshire 

■ Miss Sadie 

Miss May 

Poulson, Mrs Edna S. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Poultney, Mr and Mrs T. ; 1834 O'Farrell st. 
Pounds, H. H. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Powell, Thomas ; 327 Pine st. 
Powers, Dr. and Mrs G. H. ; 1602 Taylor st. 
Powning, .Air and Mrs Joseph ; 646 Fell st. 
William 

Prather, John M. ; 11 Kearny st. 

Pratt, Judge and Mrs 0. C. ; 731 Sutter st. Thursday Durham, Butte Co 
O. C, Jr. 

Pratt, Mr and Mrs R. H. ; Lick House 

Pratt, William H. ; 708 Howard st. 

Pray, Mrs Anna Willey ; 1222 Pine st. 

Pray, Mr and Mrs Frank ; 611 Chestnut st. 

Presby, F. L. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Prescott, Mr and Mrs George W. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Preston, Mr and Mrs Edward F. ; 1922 Sacramento st. 

Preston, Otis J. ; 1431 Mission st. 

Preston, Ralph J. ; 614 Sutter st. 

Priber, C. E. ; 26 Webster st. 

Price, Lieutenant David, U. S. A. ; Presidio 

Price, Dr. Thomas; 715 Post st. 

Mi=s Anna 



Monday 



—Miss Minnie 
—Miss Lollie 
-Arthur F. 



Price, Dr. and Mrs W. E. ; 527 Haight st. 

Pritchard, Mr and Mrs Miguel G.; 902 Jackson st. Wednesday Monterey 

Provine, Judge and Mrs ; The Renton Monday 

Purdy, Mrs J. B. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Putnam .Miss Carrie; 1223 Finest. 

Miss Bessie 

Miss Minnie 

Putnam, Mr and Mrs S. ; 1012 Washington st. 

Qualtrough, Lieut, and Mrs Edward F., U. S. N. Wedmsday Mare Island 

Quay, Joseph M. ; Union Club 



Chickeuaud Game Pates Truffled made lu the French style bv the FRAVCO-\MERI- 



QUINT 73 REID 

Quint, Mr and Mrs Leander ; 1309 Mason st. 

Rail, E. B. ; The Bella Vista 

Ramsdell, Mr and Mrs Ira L. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Randall , Charles W. Piedmont 

Randall, George C. ; Cosmos Club 

Randol, J. B. ; Pacific Club New Almaden 

Rank, W. M.; 622 Haight st. 

Rankin, Mr and Mrs Ira P. ; 725 Geary st. 

Rattenbury, Mrs W. H. ; 1017 Pierce st. 

Raum, Mr and Mrs George E. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Rawlings, Mr and Mrs Lloyd ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Raymond, Mr and Mrs R. ; 563 17th st. Wednesday 

Miss Emma 

Read, Mr and Mrs W. D. ; 306 Stockton st. 

Reade, F. William , Sausalito 

Reamer, Mr and Mrs George C. AV. ; 410 Buchanan st. Wednesday Auburn 

George W. Jr. 

1. Lynne 

Rearden, Judga and Mrs T. H.; 216 Bush st. 
Redington, Henry W. ; Palace Hotel 
Redington, Mrs John H. ; 1801 California st. 
Redington, Mr and Mrs William P. ; 1401 Taylor st. 

3Iiss Julia 

Alfred P. 

Redding, George H. H. ; 2100 California st. 
Redding, Mr and Mrs Joseph D. ; 2115 Sacramento st. 
Reddy, Mr and Mrs P. ; Lick House Monday 

Reed, Miss; 1200 Van Ness ave. Wednesday 

Reed, Mr and :\Irs Charles F. ; 1501 Steiner st. Wednesday 

Miss Florence 

Reed, Miss Minnie Brighton, Sacramento Co. 

Regan, Mr and Mrs C. R. ; 1106 Powell st. Wednesday 

Miss Kate 

Regan, Mr and Mrs J. C. San Rafael 

Regensburger, Dr. and Mrs Jacob ; 1432 Geary st. Wednesday 

Miss 

Miss Alice 

Regensburger, Mr and Mrs Martin ; 1919 Webster st. Wednesday 
Reid, Colonel and Mrs A. C. ; 899 Pine st. 



H. 0. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask vour Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



REID 



RIXFORD 



Keid, Mrs General H. T. ; Palace Hotel 
Reid, R. I., U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 

Reis, Mr and Mrs Christian; 835 California st. 

Christian, Jr, 

Ferdinand 

Reis, Mr and Mrs J alius C. ; 2201 Sacramento st. 

Miss Belle 

Miss May 

Reiss, Bernard ; 1245 Franklin st. 
Relfe, Miss K. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Rhodes, Mrs Susan : Oriel Hotel 

Raleigh E. 

AV. H. L. 

Rice, Mrs. ; 1122 Pine st. 

Rice, Mr and Mrs George H. ; Palace Hotel 

Richards, Mrs ; 1003 Pine st. 

Miss Ada 

Richards, Mr and Mrs Charles 0. 
Richards, Mr and Mrs D. ; 1310 Valencia st. 
Richardson, Mr and Mrs M. ; 1030 Pine st. 
Richardson, Mr and Mrs W. G. ; 2036 Scott st. 
Richter, Dr and Mrs C. Max. ; 614 Geary st. 

Rickey, Mr and Mrs T. B. ; 37 Liberty st. 

Miss Carrie 

Miss Nellie 

Ricord, Miss M, E. ; 1509 California st. 

Rideout, N. D.; Pacific Club 

Rinn, H. ; 1826 Post st. 

Riordan, Rev. P. W. ; 1122 Eddy st. 

Rising, Judge Richard ; Palace Hotel 

Miss Susie 

Miss Edith 

B. 



Monday 

Tuesday 



Monday 
Monday 



Thursday 
Monday 



San Rafael 



Marysville 



Monday Virginia City. Nev. 



Rix, Alfred ; 743 Pine st. 

Rix, Edward A.; 19 L2 Vallejo st. 

Rix, Judge Hale ; 30 Potter st. 

Rixford, Mr and Mrs Gulian P. ; 1713 Pierce st. 

Miss Geneve. 

Emmett H. 



Wednesday 



KELLY'S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS have been sold in this market for 

o\ er ten years. A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best on the market 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



ROACH 



75 



ROSENSTOCK 



Roach, Philip A. ; 820 Union st. 

Robbins, Henry R., Jr. ; 114 Devisadero st. 

Roberts, Dr. H. S. ; 202 Stockton st. 

Roberts, Mr and Mrs Steven ; 2118 Pacific ave. 

Robertson, Mrs E. R.; 614 Sutter st. 

Robertson, Mr and Mrs George M. ; 308 Bartlett st. 

Victor J. 

Robertson, Miss Margie C. ; 1507 Jones st. 
Robinson, Lieutenant Frank ; Presidio Reservation 
Robinson, Mr and Mrs J. A. ; Palace Hotel 
Robinson, Miss Jessie; 1618 Folsom st. 
Robinson, Lester L. ; 500 Van Ness ave. 
Robinson, Mr and Mrs R. A. ; 308 17th st. 
Miss Mina B. 

Robinson, Sanford 

Robinson, Mr and Mrs Sanford ; Grand Hotel 



Redwood City 



Los Medano3 
Thursdaij 

Simmons, Teham.a Co. 
Guatemala 



Monday 
Tuesday 



Roche, Miss Bessie ; 417 Eddy st. 

Mies Frances 

Rodgers, The Misses; 1010 Folsom st. 

Rodgers, Arthur ; Occidental Hotel 

Roe, Mr and Mrs George H. ; 2618 Pacific ave. Friday 

Roeding, F. ; 1910 Washington st. 

Rogers, B. ; The Berkshire 

Rogers, Mr and Mrs E. B.; 2520 Pacific ave.- 

Rogers, Miss Florence; (abroad) 

Roma, J. Mariano; 1212 Sutter st. 

Romaine, Nicholas T. ; 1701 Buchanan st. 

Roman, Mr and Mrs Anton ; 1020;-^ Pine st. 

Rooney, Thomas H. ; 912 Guerrero st. 

Roos, Mr and Mrs A.; Palace Hotel Monday 

Root, H.; The Renton 

Root, Miss Nellie; 907 Stein er st. 

Rose, Mr and Mrs A. W., Jr. ; Grand Hotel 

Rose, O. G. 

Rosener, Mr and Mrs Samuel; 14.W Geary st. 

Rosenfeld, Mr and Mrs John ; Lick House Monday 

Rosenstern, Mr and Mrs Julius; 932 Sutter st. 

Rosenstock, Mr and Mrs S. W. ; Palace Hotel Monday 



Napa 



Marysville 



San Mateo 
San Rafael 



GORDON & DILWORTH'S Fine Preserved Fruits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup, Wine 
Jellies, Etc., to behad at all faucyGrocer^s^^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^.^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 



ROSENTHAL 



KVAX 



Rosenthal, I. L. ; 304 Stockton st. 
M. 



Rosewald. Mr and Mrs J. H.; 929 Post st. 1st and 3rd Wednesday 



Ross, Miss; 1200 Van Ness ave. 
Ross, Mr and Mrs Thomas; 1035 Valencia st. 
Rothe, Mr and Mrs E. ; 1324 Geary st. 
Miss 

Rothschild, Joseph; 218 Stockton st. 
Rothwell, R. Percy; 322 Geary st. 

Rountree, James 0. ; 1814 Geary st. 

Miss Laura 

Miss Louise 

Walter 

Rountree, Mr and Mrs Newton; 306 Stockton st. 
Rowan, Mr and Mrs Thomas; Palace Hotel 
Thomas Jr. 

Rowand, Doctor and Mrs. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Rowell, Rev. Jo3eph; 1416 Sacramento st. 

Rowland, B. Ellis; 512 Jones st. 

Roy, R.; 1016 Vallejo st 

Royal, Miss ; 2315 Sacramento st. 

Ruddock, John C. ; 2514 Pine st. 

Ruggles, Mr and Mrs James D.; 2210 Jackson st. 

Runcie, Lieutenant G. E., U. S. A. ; Presidio 

Runcie, James E. ; Cosmos Club 

Runyan, Mr and Mrs S. M. ; 1037 Post st. 

Russ, Mr and Mrs Henry B. ; 6 Columbia sq. 

Miss Florence 

Russell, Mr and Mrs Alexander; 2010 Busli st. 

Russell, Mr and Mrs John A. ; 688 McAllister st. 

Miss Jean 

Miss Ada 

Russell, Miss Susie; 1703 Broderick st. 
Rutherford, Mr and Mrs A. H. ; 1105 Bush st. 
Rutherford, T. L. ; Pacific Club 

Ryan, Mr and Mrs E. B. ; 20 Stanley Place 

Miss Daisy 

Shirley 

Ryan, James H.; 916 Jackson st. 



Tuesday 



Friday 



Los Angeles 



Monday 



Tuesday 



Friday 



Alameda 



Sacramento 
Thursday 

Rutherford, Napa Co. 
Menlo Park 



MATTONFS GIESSHUBLER. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

of all Visitors at Carlsbad. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



RYDER ~" SCHENCK 



Ryder, Miss Georgie San Jose 

Kyder, Mr and Mrs John B. ; 2513 Folsom st. Thursday 

Kyer, Mrs W. M. ; Palace Hotel Monday 
Fletcher F. 

Ryland, Mr and Mrs C. T. San Jose 

The Misses 

John 

Frank 

Ryland, Mrs J. ; 512 Eddy st. 

Sabin, Judge George M. Carson City, Nev. 

Sabin, John I. ; 1800 Pierce st. 

Sachs, Samuel L.; 601 Leavenworth st. 

Sadler, Mr and Mrs Herman J. ; 906 Van Ness ave. Thursday 

Salazar, Mr and Mrs J. A. ; 508 Sutter st. 

Salisbury', Mr and Mrs Monroe; 1001 Pine st. 

Sampson, Mr and Mrs John A. ; SW cor. Jackson and Van Ness ave. 

St. John, Chauncey M. Oakland 

Sanborn, Mr and Mrs F. G. ; 1020 Dolores st. 

Sanchez, R. B. ; 31 Stanley Place 

Sanders, Mr and Mrs George H. ; 923 Pine st. 

Sanderson, Mrs George R., 2503 Fillmore st. Tuesday 

Sanderson, Lemuel A. ; 1617 Larkin st. 

Miss 

Sanderson, Mrs S. W. ; S. W. cor. Sacramento and Octavia sts. 
Sargent, Mrs A. A. ; 1630 FolsDm st. 

The Misses 

Sargent, Mr and Miss E. L. ; 1819 Mason st. Tuesday 

Saunders, E. St. Helena 

Savage, Colonel and Mrs R. H. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Sawyer, Dr. and Mrs A. F. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Sawyer, Mr and Mrs L. B. S., 617 Hyde st. 

Sawyer, Judge Lorenzo ; 734 Sutter st. 

Saxe, Colonel and Mrs P.; Lick House Monday 

Scanlan, Reverend Father P. ; 214 10th st. 

Schact, Mrs Henry ; 745 Golden Gate ave. 

Schafer, Mr and Mrs Frederick W.; 2023 Pine st. 

Scheffier, AV. ; 519 Haight st. 
_Schenck, Captain W. S. ; 816 Sutter st. Thursday 

TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; pxit up in 1 pound round canisters only 
Ask vour Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO.. Sole Proprietors. 



SCHENCK 



SEWALL 



♦Schenck, Mr and Mrs W. T. Y. ; 1427 Post st. 
.Scliill, A. ; 26 McAllister st. 

>^chilling, Mrs and Mrs August; 2322 Clay st. 

Miss 

Arthur 



J^^chmidt, Mr and Mrs Henry ; 1023 Sutter st. 
Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Maurice ; 1501 Gough st. 
Schmiedel Mr and Mrs Henry ; 739 Post st. 
Edward 

Schoemann, O. ; 1229 Ellis st. 
Schram, Jacob 

Schroeder, H. Jr. ; NAV cor. Fell and Gough sts. 
Schulte, J. G. W. ; 710 Haight st. 
8chussler, Mr and Mrs H.; 1450 Franklin st. 
Schussler, Mr and Mrs Toby; 541 McAllister st. 
t^chuyler, Thomas J. ; 905 Sutter st. 
Scott, Mrs C. C. G. ; 1840 California st. 
Scott, Henry T. ; SW cor. Clay and Laguna st. 
Scott, Mr and Mrs Irving M. ; 507 Harrison st. 

Miss Alice 

Scott, J. A. ; Cosmos Club 
Scrivner, Arthur ; Union Club 
Searle, Charles; 1218 McAllister st. 
Searles, Mr and Mrs Robert ; The Berkshire 
Searls, Judge Niles ; The Beresford 
Seaton, Mr and Mrs Daniel ; 614 Capp st. 
Miss Dollie 

Seaver, Mr and Mrs W. A. ; Lick House 

Sedgwick, Mr and Mrs John ; 1000 Van Ness ave. 

Miss Bessie 

Seghers, J. B. Jr. 
Selby, Mr and Mrs Percy 
Selby, Mrs Thomas 

Miss Annie 

Selfridge, E. A. ; 2615 California st. 

Seligman, Albert L. ; SW cor. Franklin and Clay 

Sessions, George W. 

Severance, J. Seymour; Grand Hotel 

Sewall, Oscar T.; 1610 Jackson st. 



Thursday 
Friday 

Schramsburg, Napa Co. 



Tuesday 



Monday 



Monday 



St. 



San Diego 
Menlo Park 
Menlo Park 



San Mateo 
San Rafael 



How pleasaut after the Theatre or an Eveuiug Partvto be able to offer vour e-iu'sfv -i 
T.^WU.l^ ^^ FRAXCO-AMEKICAX FOOD CO'S fSnCH BO^L^ILLo/^^^^^^^^ 
'^"""^- MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



SEWELL 79 SHERWOOD 



>Sewell, Mr and Mrs Daniel; 1105 Shotwell st. Thursday 

Miss Eldora 

Shaeifer Mr and Mrs J. W. ; 1512 Leavenworth st. 

Shafter, Judge James McM. ; 951 Chestnut st. Olema, Marin Co. 

Miss Julia R. 

Shafter, Colonel and Mrs W. R., V. S. A. Angel Island 

Shannon, Michael ; 2.310 Jackson st. 

Sharon, Mr and Mrs A. D. ; Palace Hotel 3Tonday 

Sharon, Mr and Mrs Fred W.; Palace Hotel Monday San Mateo 

Sharp, Mrs George F. ; Baldwin Hotel Monday 

Sharpstein, Judge John R. ; 1007 Sutter st. 

William 

Shattuck, Mr and Mrs D. D. ; 814 Powell st. Thursday 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Alice 

Shaw, Mr and Mrs Charles X. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Shaw, Dr. and Mrs H. B.; 2426 Fillmore st. 

Shaw, Miss May; 741 Golden Gate ave. Wednesday 

Shaw, Mr and Mrs Stephen W. ; 334 Ellis st. 

Shaw, Hon. and Mrs William J. ; 2219 Pacific ave. 

Shay, Mr and Mrs ; 1608 Turk st. T hursday 

Shea, Mr and Mrs James; 1325 Golden Gate ave. 

The Mis.?es 

Sheehan, Mr and Mrs John F. ; 1127 Laguna st. 

Sheehy, Mrs ; 803 Van Ness ave. Thursday 

Miss 

Sheffield, Charles; 1517 Sacramento st. 

Shelden, M. ; 1001 Golden Gate av«. 

Sheldon, Edward H.; 226 Post st. 

Shepard, Mrs Alice; 608 i9th st. 

Shephard, Miss Maude ; 300 Haight st. 

Shepherd, J.; 321 Geary st. 

Sherwood, Mr and Mrs Eugene; 1357 Post st. 2' hursday Salinas City, Cal. 

Miss Jessie 

Miss Rosemary 

Miss Isabel 

Miss Winnie 

Lionel Claude 

Sherwood, Mr and Mrs Henry H.; 1110 Sacramento st. luesday 

FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET nothiuK is better than a good uutritious, easily di- 
gested soup, such as is pur up bv the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO. 

MAU, SADLER it CO., Pacific Coast Ageute. 



SHERWOOD 80 



SIMPSON 



Sherwood, Mr and Mrs Robert; 1123 California st. Thursday 

William R. 

Robert L. 

Shields, William ; Occidental Hotel 

Shinn, Miss Alice, 920 Pine st. 

Shinn, Miss A. R.; 1900 Wac-hington st. 

Shipley, John H., U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 

Shipman, Miss Lillie; 1012 Washington st. 

Shirley, Paul Martinez 

Maude 

Guy 

Shorb, Mr and Mrs J. De Earth ; Occidental Hotel 

Miss Inez Monday San Gabriel, Los Angeles Co. 

Shorb, Dr. J. Campbell ; 228 Post st. 

Short, Captain and Mrs John; 1404 Jackson st. 

Miss Emma 

Dr. Edward 



Shotwell, Mr and Mrs J. 31.; 1119 Washington st. 

Miss Grace 

Miss Minnie 

Shreve, Mr and Mrs George C. ; 1117 Pine st. 

Miss Bessie 

George R. 

Shroeder, Mr and Mrs J. B. Redwood City 

Sieb, H. C. ; 1227 Pine st. 

Siebe, Mr and Mrs Frederick C; S33 Fulton st. 

Frederick C, Jr. 

George H. 

Siebe, Mr and Mrs John D. ; 2322 California st. 
Miss 

Simons, Mr and Mrs P. B. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Simons, Mr and Mrs Stuart ; 320 Pago st. Th arsday 

Simpkins, Mr and Mrs Charles H. ; 2100 California St. Tuesday 

Miss Alice 

Harry R. 

Simpson, Mr and Mrs A. L. Stockton 

Miss Estelle 

Miss ]May 

Simpson, Mrs J. ; 2418 Webster st. 



MATTONI'S CARLSBAD GIESSIICBLER retains its pas for an unusually long time 
alter the bottle has been opened. Grocers and Druggists keep it. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



SIMPSON 81 SMITH 



Simpson, Mrs T. B. ; 572 Jones st. Thursday Oakland 

Miss Mariana 

Robert N. 

Simpson, Dr. James ; 234 Post st. 

Simpson, Mr and Mrs John ; 1211 Jackson st. 

Simpson, Miss M. S. ; 1212 Sutter st. 

Sims, Mr and Mrs J. Fletcher; 2404 Mission st. 

Sims, Mr and Mrs John R.; The Berkshire Monday 

Sinclair ,J'Mr and Mrs Norman ; 633 Golden Gate ave. 

Sinton, Colonel and Mrs R. H. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Miss Lizzie 

Sjoholm, Mrs Maria ; 914>^ Bush st. 

Skae, Mrs John; Palace Hotel Monday 

Miss Alice 

Skelton, E. W. ; 616 Eddy st. 

Skenner, Mrs Grace; The Berkshire Monday 

John 

Harrj'^ 

Slack, Mrs Charles W. ; 906 Polk st. 

Slaker, Lieutenant and Mrs A. ; U. S. A. Benicia 

Sleight, Cornelius Los Angeles 

Sliter, Mrs; 314 5th st. 

Sloan, J. Ralph ; 1519 Clay st. 

Sloss, Mr and Mrs Louis ; 1500 Van Ness ave. 

Louis, Jr. 

Slosson, Mr and Mrs Edward P. ; 726 Bush st. 

Small, A. H. ; 1312 Taylor st. 

Smart, Mr and Mrs George C. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Smedbsrg, Colonel and Mrs R.; 1611 Larkin st. 

Miss Nellie 

Smiley, Samuel 
Miss Nellie 

Smith, Mrs ; California st. 

Miss Maude S. 

Smith, A. H. H. ; 716 Ellis st. 

Miss Quica 

Smith, Miss C. A. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Smith, Mrs C. B. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Miss Clara 

Miss Minnie 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper aud better 
than can lie made at home. All first-elass Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Ctast Agents 



SMITH 



82 



SOMERVILLE 



Smith, Mr and Mrs C. W. M. ; 1719 Clay st. 

Smith, Mrs Charles ; 1010 Gough st. 

Smith, Charles W. ; 1418 Geary st. 

Smith, Colin McRae ; Bohemian Club 

Smith, Miss Ella; 500 Van Ness ave. Friday Sacramento 

Smith, Mr and Mrs F. M. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Smith, Capt. and Mrs G. F. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Walter 

Smith, Mr and Mrs George Lavs- ; 2226 Jackson st. Friday 
Miss Maude A. 

Smith, Mrs H. B. Jr. ; 104 Haight st. 

Smith, H. C. ; 2115 Broadway st. Stockton 

Smith, Mrs Hamilton ; 1315 Hyde st. 

Smith, Rev. J. C. ; The Berkshire 

Smith. Mr and Mrs J. Henley; Occidental Hotel Monday 

Smith, Rev. and Mrs J. K. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Miss Edith 

^mith, Mr and Mrs Julius P. ; 2505 Washington st. Friday Livermore 
Smith, Captain and Mrs Nicholas; 2129 California st. Friday 
Smith, Mr and Mrs S. Harrison ; 1510 Larkin st. 
Smith, Mr and Mrs Sidney M. ; 328 Bryant st. 

Miss P^thel S. Wednesday 

Miss Helen J. 



Smith, ]Mr and Mrs Sidney Y. 

Smith, Mr and Mrs Theo E.; 1619 Washington st. Friday 

Miss Juliet M. 

Smith, Mr and Mrs Tremaiue ; Clay and Powell sts. 

Smith, Mrs AV. H. ; NE cor Sacramento and Buchanan st. Friday 

Miss Belle 



Paris, France 
San Rafael 



Smith, William F. ; 1202 Mission st. 

Smith, Mr and Mrs William F., 2315 Broadway st. 

Snograss, Miss L.; 1526 Eddy st. Saturday 

Snyder, :Mrs Julia-Melville ; 138 McAllister st. 

Sobey, A. L.; 810 20th st. 

Somers, Mr and Mrs H. C; 2906 Folsom st. Tliursday 

Miss Ida 0. 

Frank A. 

Somerville, William S. ; 919 Post st. 

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SONNTAG 



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Monday 
Thursday 



Monday 



Sonntag, Henry A . ; 130 Golden Gate ave. 

Julian 

Lincoln 

Sontag, Mrs Henry; 817 Post st. 

Soule, W. A.; Hot3l Pleasanton 

Southworth, Ernest L. ; 1905 J st. Sacraaiento 

Fred B. 

Scott S. 

Spalding, Kev. E. B. ; 1534 Mission st. 

Spalding, Henry K. M. ; 1534 Mission st. 

Spalding, Mrs Volney ; The Bella Vista 

Sparhawk, Miss S. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Spaulding, Mr and Mrs George; 1109 Clay st, 
Mr and Mrs James G. 

Spaulding, Jerome ; 713 O'Farrell st. 

Spaulding, John ; 1715 Clay st. 

Spaulding, Mrs S. M. 

Spear, Mr and Mrs ; Oriel Hotel 

Spencer, Judge and Mrs 

Miss Grace 

Spear, Capt. and Mrs A. F. ; 2908 Folsom st. 
Lewis 

Spear, Mrs William S. ; 852 Mission st. 
Spence, Mr and Mrs Clark ; Oriel Hotel 
Spence, Mr and Mrs D. J. 

Miss Arcadia 

Mr and Mrs R. B. 

Spencer, Mr and Mrs George W. ; 2436 Jackson st. Friday 

Sperry, Mrs A. W. ; Occidental Hotel Monday 
Miss Beth 

Speyer, Mrs Norris ; 2412 Washington st. 

Miss Olga 

Walter M. 

Speyer, W. ; 2128 Pine st. 

Spiers, Mr and Mrs James ; 2200 Washington st. 
James, Jr. 

Spreckels, Mr and Mrs C. August; Palace Hotel Monday 

Spreckels, Mr and Mrs Claus ; 2027 Howard st. 
Adolph B. 



Bolinas Bay 



San Anselmo 



San Jose 



Thursday 



Monday 



San Jose 



Stockton 



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SrRECKELS 84 • STERN 



Spreckels, Mr and Mrs John W.; cor. 21st and Howard sts. 
Spring, Mr and Mrs Edward L. ; 802 Van Ness Ave. 
Spring, Miss Emma ; 30 Hawthorne »t. 
Miss Hattie 

Sproule, James; The Berkshire 

Spruance, Mr and Mrs John ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Staab, Mr and Mrs H. G. ; 214 Powell st. Thursday 

Staac'ke, Mr and INIrs George ; 818 Bush st. 

Stadtmuller, F. D. ; 819 Eddy st. 

Stadtfeld, J., Jr. ; 1417 Hyde st. 

Stadtfeld, William C. ; 1508 Jones st. 

Stafford, Mr and Mrs William H. ; 53 South Park. 

Stanford, Mr and Mrs J. B. ; 1711 Broderick st. Tuesday 

Stanford, Mr and Mrs Leland ; California and Powell sts. 

Tuesday Menlo Park. Washington, D. C 
Stangroom, Charles N. ; 2518 Clay st. 

Miss Mabel 

Stanley, Miss Leona ; 225 Ellis st. 
Stanley, Samuel L. ; 1218 Hyde st. 
Samuel B. 

Staples, Mr and Mrs D. J. ; 711 Taylor st. Thursday 

John C. San Joaquin County 

Starbird, jNIr and Mrs A. AV.; 1055 Golden Gate ave. 

Starr, Mr and Mrs A. M ; The Renton Monday 

Starr, Mr and Mrs AVilliam C. ; 1 115 Van Ness ave. 
Stealey, Mr and Mrs Thomas; 1412Folsom st. 

Miss Ida 

Miss Emma 

Thomas 

Stearns, Mr and Mrs William H. ; 1110 Jackson st. 
Miss Nellie 

Stebbins, liev. Horatio ; 1609 Larkin st. 

Steele, Mr and Mrs James G. ; 1006 Pine st. Thursday 

Stege, MissEJith; 1023 Post st. Wednesday 

Steinhart. Mr and Mrs Ignatz ; 916 Sutter st. 

Stephens; John J. ; 229 Eleventh st. 

Stern, Sigismund; 621 Leavenworth st. 

Lewis 

Jacob 

Abrahaiii 



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STETSON 85 STRAUSS 

Stetson, Mr and Mrs Edward G. San Rafael 

Stetson, Mr and Mrs James B. ; 1801 Van Ness ave. Santa Cruz 

Miss Sallie 

Albert 

Stevens, Mr and Mrs Edwin C. ; 1001 Pine st. Thursday 

Stevenson, A. ; The Berkshire 

Stewart, Miss ; 1222 Pine st. 

Stewart, Mrs A. B. San Jose 

Stewart, Dr. and Mrs George T. Los Angeles 

Stewart, J. ; 1011 Pierce st. 

Stewart, Senator AVilliam M. ; Pacific Club Washington, D. C. 

Stillman, Mr and Mrs Alfred ; 1898 Broadway st. 

Still well, Mr and Mrs George W.; 534 Turk st. 

Stinson, Miss Ollie ; 816 Chestnut st 

Stinson, W. H. ; 806 Filbert st. 

Stokes, James Brett ; 1004 Bush st. Del Monte 

Stone, Rev. and Mrs A. L. ; 2534 Washington st. Friday 

Miss 

Stone, Mr and Mrs F. P. ; 1030 Dolores st. 

Stone, J. C; The Bella Vista 

Stone, MissKittie; 1882 Washington st. 

Stone, Mr and Mrs L. D. ; 2520 Howard st. 

Miss Hattie 

Stone, N. B. ; Palace Hotel 

Stone, Mr and Mrs N. J.; 1010 Dolores st. 

Stone, Mr and Mrs Walter S. ; (nee Far well) 2318 Steiner st. 

Stoneraan, Ex-Gov. and Mrs George Los Angeles 

Miss Kittie 

Stoney, Lieutenant and Mrs George M. ; 2500 Pacific ave. 

Miss Kate M. 

Gateland 

Stoney, Judge and Mrs Thomas P. ; } 132 Valencia st. Friday 

Story, Mr and Mrs Charles R. ; 30 McAllister st. 

Miss 

Stow, Mr and Mrs Vauderlyn ; 1416 Clay st. 
Stow, Mr and Mrs AV. W. , 10 L3 Pine st. 

Miss Nellie 

Straub, Lieutenant J. ; U. S. A. Alcatraz 

Strauss, Mr and Mrs Levi; 621 Leavenworth st. 



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STRAUSS 86 SWAIN 

Strauss, Mr and Mrs M. ; 508 Buchanan st. 

Streeten, James; 330 Pine st. 

Strickland, Lieut, and Mrs George D. ; U. S. N. ; 1621 Larkin st. 

Wednesday Los Angeles 
Stringer, C. P. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Strobridge, Mrs Ida ; 1304 Guerrero st. 

Strong, Dr. and Mrs C. G. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Strother, Lieutenant L. H. ; U. S. A. Angel Island 

Struve, H. G. Seattle, W. T. 

Stuart, A. C. ; 1803 Stockton st. 
Charles A. 

Stuart, William A. ; 1704 Larkin st. 
James F. 

Stump, Miss Alice; 1434 Golden Gate ave. 

Sturdevaut, Mr and MrsRolrert 0.; 512 Hyde st. Friday 

Miss Belle 

Joseph H. 



Sturgis, Lieutenant Samuel D. Alcatraz 

Sturtevant, Mr and Mrs ; 727 Ashbury st. 
Cull en K. 

Sullivan, Ho:i. and Mrs Frank J. ; Oik anl Webster sts. 
Miss Ada 

Sullivan, Dr. Maurice J.; 724 Gough st. 

Sullivan, Mrs Thomas; Occidental Hotel Monday 
Miss M. 

Summers, d; 232 Haight st. 

Sumner, Mr and Mrs F. W.; 1810 Van Ness ave. 

Sunderland, Mrs Thomas ; Palace Hotel Monday 
Miss 

Sutherland, Mrs E. F. ; Lick House , Monday 
Mi»6 C. 

Sutro, Adolph ; Sutro Heights 

Sutro, Mrs Adolph ; NW cor. Hayes and Fillmore sts. Tuesday 

Miss Clara 

Charles W. 

Edgar 

Swain, Miss Clara; 1714 Turk st. 



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SWAIN ' 87 TAYLOR 

Swain, Mr and Mrs R. A. Mountain View 

. Miss Amy 

Frank R. 

Harry L. 

Russell 

Swain, Mr and Mrs R. R.; 603 Polk st. Tuesday 

Edward R. 

Frank A. 

Swett, John ; 1419 Taylor st. 

Swift, Mr and Mrs Charles J. ; 931 Bush st. 

Swift, Mr and Mrs John F. ; 824 Valencia st. Thursday 

Swinerton, Mr and Mrs W. A. ; 1910 Baker st. 

Symmes, F. J. ; 630 Harrison st. 

Syz, Harry W. ; 1607 Gough st. 

Xaggart, Miss; Palace Hotel Monday 

Talbot, Mrs C. F. A.; 1819 CaHfornia st. 

Talbot, Fred C; 1730 Jackson St. 

William H. 

Talbot, AYilliam ; 930 Haight st. 

Tallant, Mrs Elizabeth; 1001 Bush st. 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Annie 

Tallant, Mr and Mrs Fred ; Hyde st. near California st. 

Tallant, Mr and Mrs John D. ; 1315 Hyde st. 

Tamm, Charles L. ; 329 Bartlett st. 

Tams, Mr and Mrs Sampson; 1915 Van Ness ave. Wednesday 

Tanner, Captain and Mrs Z. L. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Tarnes, Mr and Mrs Juan ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Tatum, Mr and Mrs H. L.; 2525 Pacific ave. Friday 

Tay, Mrs George H. ; 1005 Leavenworth st. 

Miss Jeanie 

—Miss Irene 

Miss Hattie 

Taylor, Edward S.; 717 Post st. 

Taylor, Colonel and Mrs Stuart M. ; SE cor. Hyde and Sacramento sts. 
Taylor, Mr and Mrs Thomas G. ; 1911 Pine st. Wednesday 
Miss Mamie 

Taylor, Dr. W. E. ; Occidental Hotel Monday 
Miss Grace 



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TAYLOR Qo 
^ THOMAS 

Taylor, Captain and Mrs William H. ; 2128 California st. Tuesday 

Miss Edith ^ 

Miss Carrie 

■ Augustus 

W. H. Jr. 

Taylor, William H.; 1610 Franklin st. 

Techau, Mrs R. J. ; 15jo Scott st. 

Teller, Mr and Mrs Phillip S.; 18 T^yelfth st. 

Miss Adelaide 

Fred 

Mr and Mrs J. D. P. 

Teller, Samuel L.; 2026 Pacific ave. 
Samuel 

Ten Bosch, Mr and Mrs J. M.; 2030 Bush st. Thursday 

Tennant, Miss Emelie; Van Ness Seminary c^^n inc. 

Miss Mary ^^" J^^® 

Terrill, Dr. and Mrs George M. ; 400 Stockton st. 
Terry, Mrs F. L. ; 614 Folsom st. 

Tevis, Mr and Mrs Llyod ; 1316 Taylor st. Tuesday 

-Dr. Harry L. 

AVilliam S. 

Tewksbury, Mrs Emily S. ; 1422 Clay st. 
• Tharpe, Mr and Mrs E. H. ; Grand Hotel Monday 
Thayer, Mr and Mrs Edward N. ; 1519 Webster st. 
-Miss Rose 

Thayer, Orson V. ; 2514 AVashington st. 
Theller, Edward A.; 1917 Pacific ave. 
Theller, Samuel L. ; 2026 Pacific ave. 
Samuel 

Theobald, Mrs ; 801 Leavenworth st. 

Theobald, Mr and Mrs George J. ; 2408 Fillmore st. 

Theobald, George Jr.; 1239 Pine st. 

Theobald, Mr and Mrs R. W. ; 1911 Lyon st. 

Thibault, Mrs Emma; 1317 Hyde st. 

Thibault, Mrs Sarah; 615 Taylcr st. 
Mi^s Sallie 

Thomas Mr and Mrs George W. Thunday Sausalito 

Miss 

Thomas, Horace C; "Examiner" Office 

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THOMAS 89 TILDEN 

Thomas, Mr and Mrs J. P. Sausalito 

Miss Cora 

Thomas, Miss L. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Thomas, Leon B. ; 727 O'Farrell st. 

The Misses 

Thomas, Mr and Mrs J. H.; 510 San Jose ave. Thursday 

Thomas, Mr and Mrs P. J. ; 1307 Taylor st. 

Thomas, Mr and Mrs R. P. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Thomason, Edwin R.; 2514 Folsom st. 

Edwin R., Jr. 

Thompson, G. R.; 806 Ellis st. 

Miss Meta 

Thompson, H. San Rafael 

Thompson, General I. R. R. ; 1501 Van Ness ave. 

Thompson, Robert A. ; 605 Polk st. 

Miss Mary Nixon 

Miss Virginia 

Thorn, Charles C. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Thorn, Mr and Mrs S. F. ; Grand Hotel Monday 

Thorn, Dr. W. S. San Jose 

Thoraherg, Mr and Mrs Frederick A, ; 507 Gaugh st. 

Thornburg, Mrs H. J. ; 2660 California st. 

Thorne, C. P.; Palace Hotel 

Thorne, Owen ; Westminster House 

Thornton, Mrs Bessie; 1126 Hyde st. 

Miss Lucile 

Miss May 

Harry I. 



Thornton, Mr and Mrs Crittenden; 1915 Webster st. Friday 

Thornton, Mrs George F.; 1935 Clay st. 

Thornton, Colonel H. I. ; Palace Hotel 

Thornton, 'r and Mrs J. D. ; 1421 Post st. 

Thors, Mr and Mrs Louis ; 1114 Octavia st. Thursday 

Thorson, Mr and Mrs N.; 813 Bushst. Monday 

Throckmorton, Miss ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Tibbitts, Mrs Jennie ; 504 Geary st. 
Howard C. 

Tierney, John Lawrence; 110 Post st. 

Tilden, Charles L. ; 426 Sansome st. 



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TILFORD 



90 



TKACY 



Sausalito 



Monday 



San Jose 



Tilford, E. A. ; Palace H otel 
Tillinghast, Donald F. 
Tillman, F. ; 2006 Washington st. 
Tillman, F., Jr. ; 923 Grove st. 
Tingle, Mrs. ; Occidental Hotel 
Miss 

Tinney, T. J. ; Palace Hotel 

Tinnin, Wiley J. ; 1404 California st. 

Tisdale, Mr and Mrs W. D. 

Tisdall, Capt. W. N., U. S. A. ; Presidio 

Tobin, Joseph ; California and Taylor sts. 

Miss Agnes 

■ Miss Beatrice 

Richard M. 

■ Robert. 

Tobin, M. E. ; The Bella Vista 
Tobin, Mrs R. C. ; 718 O'Farrell st. 
Tobin, Robert J. ; 513 Van Ness ave. 
Toland, Dr. Charles G. ; Palace Hotel 
Toland, Mrs M. B. M. ; 2129 California st. 
Hugo 

Tompkins, M. M., Jr. ; 1920 Jackson st. 

Miss Susie 

• Miss Julia 

Torbert, Mr and Mrs. Charles ; 824 Valencia st. 

Miss Mollie 

Torreyson, J. D. 

Touhill, Miss Nellie; 403 Hyde st. 

Miss Anita 

Miss Mary 

Tourney, George ; 131G Jones st. 

Towers, Lieutenant John A. ; Presidio 

Towne, Mr and Mrs A. N. ; Palace Hotel 

Towne, Mr and Mrs Arthur G. ; 2-319 Broadwav st. 

Townsend, Mr and Mrs E. W. ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Townsend, Mr and Mrs Wm. R. ; 1028 Pine st. 

Tracy Mrs A. F. ; The Bella Vista * Thursday 

Theodore F. 

William E. 

^;acy^MissEttaj^Geary st. Wednesday 

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San Rafael 



Carson City, Nev. 



Monday 



TRASK 



91 



VANBERGIN 



Martinez 
Benicia 

Monday 
Monday 

Valparaiso, Chili 
Monday Calistoga 



Trask, Dr. and Mrs. ; 1033 Ellis st. 

Treadwell, Mrs Mabel ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Treadwell, John ; Lick House ' 

Treat, Warren 

Tripp, Lieutenant F. A., U. S. A. 

Truesdell, Mrs A. W. ; 712 Sutter st. 

Truman, Mr and Mrs Ben C. ; Palace Hotel 

Miss Georgie 

Trumbo, Mr and Mrs I. ; Palace Hotel 
Trurabo, J. W. ; Palace Hotel 
Trumbull, David 

Tubbs, Mr and Mrs A. L.; Palace Hotel 
Mr and Mrs W. B. 

Miss Nettie 

Austin 

Alfred S. 

Tuggle, H. ; The Berkshire 

Turnbull, General and Mrs Walter; 1007 Leavenworth st. Tues^day 

Miss Kuth 

Turner, J. A. ; U. S. X.; Cosmos Club 

Turner, Mr and Mrs R. 

Turrell, M. H , Palace Hotel 

Twiggs, .John W. ; Gough and Broadway sts. 

Tyson, Mr and Mrs George H. ; 518 Lombard st. Friday 

Underbill, Mr and Mrs George L.; 2111 Pine st. 

Underbill, Mr and Mrs Henry B. ; 1926 Pine st. Thursday 

Underbill, Mr and Mrs Jacob ; Grand Hotel Monday 

Unger, Frank ; Lick House 

L^nruf, Mr and Mrs H. A. ; Baldwin Hotel Monday 

Urruella, Mr and Mrs Juan ; 1916 Jackson st. 

ITail, Mr and Mrs A, H. ; 321 Van Ness ave. 
Frank A. 

Vail, David H. ; 2209 Devisadero st. 

Vail, Miss Louise ; 2836 California st. 

Vale, Mr and Mrs William ; 912 Pine st. 

Valette, William H. ; 322 Geary st. 

Van Bergin, Mr and Mrs J. W. ; l422.Larkin st. 

Ed^ar 



Los Angeles 



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VAX BERGEN 92 - ^OGDES 



Van Bergen, Mr and Mrs N. ; 834 Post st. 
Edward 



—William 
— George 
-Theo 



Van Buren, General Thomas B. ; 711 Post st. 

Van Dusen, Lieutenant andMrs., U. S. A. ; Presidio 

Van Fleet, Judge and Mrs W. C. ; 1609 Sutter st. Thursday 

Van Heusen, Mrs Henry ; 322 Ellis st. yfonday 

Van Ness, Mr and Mrs T. C. ; 1020 Green st. 

Miss Leslie 

Van Norden, Mr and Mrs Robert T. ; 905 Steiner st. Monday 
Miss 



■Miss Kate 



Van Orden, Mr and Mrs L. ; 207 24th st. Wednesday 

Miss Emily 

George 



Van Schaick, Miss Viola C. ; 617 Fulton st. Thursday 
Van Tassel, Mr and Mrs Theodore; 2527 Pine st. 
Miss Emilv 



-T. Stan- 



Van Wyek, Mr and Mrs H. L. ; 2237 Jackson st. 
Van AVyck, Mrs; 1600 Taylor st. 
Sidney M. 

Van Winkle, Mrs I. S. ; 2120 Jackson st. 

The Misses 

Henr\^ L. 

Vance, Mrs H., 616 Ellis st. 

Vanderslice, Mr and Mrs W. K. ; 2700 California st. 
Miss 

Vandewater, Mrs; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Vassault, Ferdinand ; 626 Eddy st. 

Ferdinand I. 

Lawrence S. 



-Miss T. E. 



Veuve, Henry H. ; Union Club 

Vidaver, Rev. Dr. Falk; 916 O'Farrell st. 

Vincent, Clarence ; The Berkshire 

Vocke, G. C. ; 1700 Leavenworth st. 

Vogdes, Lieutenant Charles B., II. S. A. ; Presidio 



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VOLKMANN 



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WALLACE 



Yolkmann, G. ; NE cor. Hayes and Fillmore sts. 

Vollmer, Miss ; Octa\'ia and Vallejo sts. 

Yon Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Alexis W. ; 2420 Mission st. 

Miss Lillie 

Yon Schroeder, Baron and Baroness J. H. ; 553 Harrison st. 

San Luis Obispo 
Yoorhies, Dr. and Mrs Alfred H.; 2111 California st, 

Miss Marie 

Miss Katie 

Yoorman, Mr and Mrs ; 800 Bush st. 

Miss Yiola 

"Wadhams, Mr and Mrs L. ; 1909 Leavenworth st. 

Wadsworth, Mrs E. ; The Bella Yista Thursday 
Miss ]\Iary 

"VVadsworth, J. C. L. ; Pacific Club 

Wagner, H. L. ; 1221 Washington st. 

Wagoner, Luther ; Cosmos Club 

Wain Wright, Edward W. ; 1409 Jackson st. Tuesday 

Miss 

Henry H. 

AVilliam 

Wainwright, James; 808 Taylor st. 

^liss Ella 

Miss Amy 

Wait, ^Irs Frona E. ; 509 Powell st. 

Waites, Mr and Mrs C. B. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Wakefield, Mrs 8. B. ; 1093 Post st. 

Walcott, Earle A. ; 631 Eddy st. 

Walker, Judge George B ; Palace Hotel 

Walker, N. S., Jr. ; Cosmos Club New York 

Walker, Mr and Mrs S. P. ; Hotel Pleai?anton Monday 

Walkins, Mr and Mrs N. A. ; 1302 Laguna st. 

AValkington, Mrs E. J. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Walkington, Mr and Mrs T. J. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Wallace, Mr and .Mrs Kyland ; 2324 Polk st. Friday 

Wallace, Judge and Mrs W. T. ; 799 Yan Ne« ave. Thursday Monterey 

Miss Marguerite 

Wallace, W. T., Jr. Martinez 

Wallace, Dr. AYilliam; The Kenton 
AVallace, Mrs William H.; 2220 Broadway st. 



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WALLENROD 



94 



WEBER 



Haywards 

Monday 



AVallenrod, Mr and Mrs George ; 1209 Florida st. Thursday 

Wallis, Talbot H. ; (State Librarian) Sacramento 

Walsh, Mr and Mrs J. C. ; The Berkshire Monday 

AValter, S. H.; 824 Geary st. 

AValter. W. T. ; Palace Hotel 

Walton, Charles S. ; 1631 Sacramento st. 

Wandesforde, Juan B. ; 211 Sutter st. 

Mi.ss Ivy 

Warburton, Lieutenant and Mrs E. T. ; Hotel Pleasanton 
Warburton, Mrs Helen ; The Baldwin Monday 
Ward, Mr and Mrs William ; 2905 Bush st. 
AVardwell, Mrs; 1403 Van Ness ave. 
Miss Fannie 

Warner, Mr and Mrs Charles ; AVestminster Housa Monday 
Washburn, Albert ; 226 Devisadero st. 
Washburn, Albert H. ; 2525 Fillmore st. 
Washburn, Mrs Georgia; 1418 California st. 
George E, 

AVashington, Frank B.; 216 Bush st. 

AVashington, John T.; 216 Bush st. 

AA^aterhouse, Mr and Mrs Columbus; 2213 Howard st. 
Frederick A. 

Waterman, Charles S. ; 2030 Broadway st. 
Aliss 

AVaterman, Mrs E. J. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

AVaterman, Governor R. AV. Sacramento 

Watsrworth, Plenry AA^ ; Cosmos Club 

AA'atkins, Mr and Mrs Alonzo A. ; 1302 Laguna st. Thursday 

Watkins, Miss Emma 

AVatson, Capt. and Mrs J. Crittenden, U. S. N. 

AA'atson, Jerome AV. ; 2440 Pacific ave. 

Miss Jennie 



San Jose 



1928 Sutter st. 



AVatson, Mr and Mrs Lawrence ; 1122 Pine st. 
Watt, Eev. and ]VIrs. ; Oriel Hotel 
AVattles, John B. ; 1608 Washington st. 
AVatts, AV. P. ; Cosmas Club 
AA^ebb, G. Creighton ; Palace Hotel 
AVeber, Adolph C. ; 840 P^olsom st. 
Adolph H. 



Thursdai^ 
Monday 



Tulare 



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WEBSTER 95 WHIPPLE 

Webster, Mrs B. F. ; 14 Guy Place Thursday 

Miss Sadie A. 

Webster, F. L. ; Grand Hotel 

Webster, Reginald H. ; 2005 Fillmore st. 

Week, Mr and Mrs F. A. ; 2107 Howard st. 

Weihe, Mr and Mrs August; 2410 Fillmore st. 

Miss Florence 

Weiland, Mr and Mrs Robert P. ; 1720 Clay st. 

Weill, Mr and Mrs Charles ; The Berkshire Mo:iday 

Weill, Henry; Palace Hotel 

Weill, Leon; Palace Hotel 

Weill, Raphael ; Palace Hotel 

Weill, Sylvin; Palace Hotel 

AVeir, Mrs Mary S. ; 27 Oak st. Thursday 

Miss May 

'Miss Martjie 



AVelch, Charles W. ; 1422 Tark st. 

Welch, Mr and Mrs Samuel B. ; 2443 Pacific ave. 

Weller, Charles L. ; 418 Leavenworth st. 

AVelles, Lieutenant Roger; U. S. N.; Cosmos Club 

Wells. F. Marion; 757 Mission st. Phoenix, A. T. 

Wells, Mr and Mrs Asa R. ; 1711 Van Ness ave. 

Wensinger, Mr and Mrs F. S. ; Occidental Hotel Monday Rosedale 

Wenzell, Prof, and Mrs William T. ; 4a6 Oak st. Wednesday Sonoma Co. 

West, Mary B. ; 1606 Van Ness ave. Hotel Pleasanton 

West, Miss H. R. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

West, Lieutenant Horace B., U. S. N. ; "Bear" 

Westerfeld, L. ; 1003 Geary st. 

AVetherbee, Mr and Mrs Henry; Palace Hotel Monday Fruitvale 

AVethereJ, Mr and Mrs James S. ; 320 Van Ness ave. 

Miss 

Woodworth 

Whartenby, Mr and Mrs James ; 408 Ellis st. 

Whealer, Mr and Mrs Alfred Sausalito 

Whealer, Mr and Mrs Charles S. ; 828 Green st. 

Wheeler, Harold; 611 Bush st. 

Wheeler, AVilliam R.; Cosmos Club 

Whipple, George ; 308 Van Ness ave. Tuesday 

Miss Lizzie 

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WHITE 96 WILKINS 

AVliite, Mr and Mrs George Knight; The Bella Vista Thursday 

AVhite, Miss Hattie; 37 Welsh st. 

White, Mr and Mrs Lovell ; 1616 Clay st. 

White, Patrick J. ; 2315 Bush st. 

White, Robert; ]2')3 Octavia st. 

Whiteley, Harry M. ; 2310 California st. 
Miss Carrie 

Whiting, Dr. Robert, U. S. N.; Cosmos Club 

Whitney, Mrs A. L.; 2716 Sacramento st. 

Whitney, C. W. ; 1712 Pacific ave. 

AVhitney, Capt. and Mrs F. A. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday San Diego 

AVhitney, Dr. and Mrs J. D. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

AVhitney, Miss M. M. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Whitney, Miss May ; 113 Page st. Friday 

AVhittell, Dr. and Mrs Alexander; 1012 Jones st. 

Whittell, Mr and Mrs George; 1221 Jones st. Tuesday 

Whittier, W. Frank : 2400 Howard st. 

Miss 

Whittimore, D. H. ; 230 Page st. 

Whitwell, Dr and Mrs WiUiam S. ; 905 Sutter st. 

Wholer, Mrs A. M. ; 1928 Sacramento st. 

Wickes, George W. ; NE cor. Geary and Grant ave. 

Wickham, Charles E. ; 627 O'Farrell st. 

Wicks, S. G.; Hotel Pleasanton 

AVickson, Mr and Mrs G. G.; 2407 Howard st. Wednesday 

Wie}and, H. AY. ; 236 Second st. 

AViggin, Mr and Mrs Samuel B. ; 1505 AA''ashington st. 

AViggins, ]Mr and Mrs AV. AV. ; 1810 Broadway st. 

Wightman, Mrs John M.; Grand Hotel Monday 

AAlgmore, Mr and Mrs Alphonso A. ; 1318 Leavenworth st. Wedtiesdau 

AVilber, Miss Elid ; 2228 California st. 

Wilcox, Mrs M. A.; 912 Bush st. Tuesday San Diego 

Aliss Fannie 

AVikler, Mr and Mrs Charles J. ; Palace Hotel Monday 

Wildes, Mrs J. H. ; 628 Harrison st. 

AVilkins, Mrs E. F. ; 1501 Van Ness ave. 

AA'ilkins, Hepburn San Rafael 

NA'ilkins, James H. San Rafael 

MATTONI'S CARLSBAD GIESSHL'BLER retains its gas for an unusually loug time 
after the bottle has been opened. Grocers and Druggists keep it. 

MAU, SADLER tt CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



WILLARD 



97 



WILSON 



Willard, William P. ; Union Club 

Willey, Harry I, ; 1526 Jackson st. 

Willey, Mr and Mrs O. F. ; 2115 California sfc. 
Frank J). 



Friday 
Monday 

Monday 



Williams, Hon. and Mrs A. P. ; Palace Hotel 

Williams, Miss Anuie ; Mare Island 

Williams, Mr and Mrs C. H. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Williams, Charles E. 

Williams, Mrs F, W.; 805 Leavenworth st. 

Williams, Captain and Mrs Frank ; 1309 Broadway st. 

Williams, Fred ; 406 Van Ness ave. Friday 
Miss Flora 



Marysville 



Williams, Mr and Mrs Henry A. ; 1925 Octavia st. Thursday 

MissM. A. 

Harry A. 



319 First st. 
2422 Howard st. 



Williams, Mr and Mrs Henrj^ B. 

Williams, Mr and Mrs Henry F. 
Miss Charlotte 

Williams, Mrs Mary; 1109 Clay st. Thursday 
Williams, Dr. and Mrs Robert E. ; 1235 Geary st. Wednesday 
Miss Marie 



Williams, Mr and Mrs T. T.; Silver State House 

Williams, Captain W. W. ; U.S. A. San Rafael 

Williamson, Dr. John M. ; NE cor. Haight and Pierce sts. 

Williamson, R. W. ; 1202 Leavenworth st. 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs J. L. ; 2514 Pine st. 

Williar, Mr and Mrs J. H.; Hotel Pleasanton 

Willis, Mr and Mrs. ; 1840 California st. 

AVillis. Mr and Mrs A. M. ; 28 Liberty st. 

Wills, Mr and Mrs; Oriel Hotel 

Wilmerding, J . C. ; Union Club 

Wilshire, H. Gay Los Angeles 

Wilshire. Mr and Mrs AV. B. ; 1804 Sutter st. Thursday 

AVilson, Alexander W. ; 801 Scott st. 

AVilson, Col. C. L. ; Baldwin Hotel Butte Co 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs. Charles E. ; 629 Hayes st. 

Wilson, E. J.; Grand Holel 

Wilson, Miss E. S. ; 920 Valencia st. 



Tuesday 
Monday 
Tuesday 

Monday 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



WILSON 98 WOOB 

Wilson, Mrs Harold C; 13 Ridley st. 
Wilson, Mr and Mrs Horace; 1307 Taylor st. 

Harry L. 

AVilson, J. N. E. ; 1501 Stein er st: 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs James K.; 1227 Turk st. 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs J. L. ; 2514 Pine st. Tuesday 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs. John Scott; Bush and Scott sts. 

Wilson, Joseph; 1214 Mason st. 

AVilson, Mrs K. ; 825 Sutter st. 

Wilson, Mrs L. S.; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs Russell J. ; 2020 Buchanan st. 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs Samuel M. ; 711 Pine st. 

Mountford S. 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs Scott ; 710 Vallejo st. 
Wilson, Thomas S. ; Hotel Pleasanlou 

Wilson, Mr and Mrs William A. ; 1407 Van Ness ave. 

Mii?s Marie E. 

Miss Kate 

AVinans, Mrs Joseph ; 926 Clay ist. 

Miss 

Jerry W. 

Winn, Mr and Mrs A. H. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Winn, Lieutenant F. L., U. S. A. Angel Island 

Winslow, Chauncey M. ; Bohemian Club 

Winter AVilliam; 710 Capp st. 

Winterberg, Dr W.; 602 Sutter st. 

Wise, Mr and Mrs Everett E. Healdsburg 

Wise, Johu H. ; 1409 Leavenworth st. 

Wissel, A.; 104 Steiner st. 

Witham, Mr and Mrs Walter I>. ; 2501. California st. 

Withrow, Mrs; 925 Pine st. 

Miss Eva 

Witt, E. ; S26 Powell st. 

Wittram, Mr and Mrs Frederick ; 2319 California st. Wed)iesday 
Miss Lena 



Wolcott, Captain C. C. ; U. S. N. ; Mare Island 

AVollweber, Mr and Mrs B. ; The Berkshire Monday 

■ Miss C. J. 

Wood, Lieutenant A. X. ; U. S. N.; Cosmos Club 



Always reliable aud uuiform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

Havana Cigars. MAU; SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



WOOD 99 WRIGHT 

Wood, E.; Lick House 

Wood, Mr and Mrs George M. ; 1507 California st. 

Wood, Mr and Mrs Henry P. San Rafael 

Wood, J. I.; Occidental Hotel 

Wood, J. AV. ; Palace Hotel Mondaij 

Miss Nellie 

Wood, Lieutenant S. S.; U. S. N. ; Cosmos Club 
AVood, AVilliam H. ; Hotel Pleasanton 

Wood, Mr and Mrs AVilliam S. ; 1920 Clay st. 
-Aliss Eleanor 

Wood, AA'illard M. ; 2105 AVebster st. 

Woodman, Mrs ; 916 A'an Ness ave. 

AA^oods, Aliss May ; The Berkshire Monday 

AVoods, Robert J. ; 1312 Taylor st. 

AA^'oodward, Robert B. ; NE cor. Geary and Grant ave. 

AVoodward, Gideon P. ; 1429 O'Farrell st. 

Woodworth, Mr and Mrs Tomales 

Woodworth, Mr and Mrs Fred A.; 1812 Steiner st. Tuesday 

AYoodworth, Salem ; 320 A^'an Ness ave. 

AA^'ood worth, Samuel Stony Point 

AA^ooley, Mr and Mrs Douglas Sausalito 

AA^oolrich, George L. ; 710 Fell st. 

Miss 

AVoolworth, Mr and Mrs R. C. ; 1626 Sacramento st. 

AA^ooster, Mr and Mrs Fred L. ; 2602 California st. 

Friday Napa Soda Springs 

AA^^oster, Mrs John B. ; 938 Geary st. 

Ellis 

AVooster, Mr and Mrs Philip L. ; 2900 California st. Napa Soda Springs 

Worden, C. E. ; 1312 Taylor st. 

AVormser, Mr and Mrs Samuel I. ; 1834 California st. Tuesday 

Wrey, Mr and Mrs G. E. B. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Worth, Mr and Mrs Henry C. ; 1310 Golden Gate ave. 

Wright, Mr and Mrs C. S. ; 1407 Hyde st. Thursday 

Wright, Air and Mrs Edward C. ; 103 Broderick st. 

AVright, H. W. San Jose 

Wright, Mr and Mrs Henry C. ; 1310 Golden Gate ave. 

AVright, Mr and Mrs J. B. Sacramento 

RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boued Chickeu, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Ovsters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



WRIGHT 100 ZECH 

Wright, J. M. ; 2519 Sacramento st. 

Wright, John A. ; 2222 Washington st. 

Wright, Mr and Mrs Selden S.; 910 Lombard st. Friday Haywards 

Miss Roberta 

-Miss Annie 

Ralph K. 

William H. 



Wright, AMiitaker San Rafael 

Wyllie, Mr and Mrs Alexander San Jose 

Yanke, Mr and Mrs R. L. ; 117 Jones st. Thursday 

Yat^s, Charles R. ; 1823 Eddy st. 

Yates, Mrs R. H. ; Hotel Fairmount Monday 

Yemans, Mr and Mrs H. W. ; T. S, Marine Hospital 

Yerington, Miss; 1255 Cahfornia st. 

Yoell, Mr and Mrs Alexander San Jose 

Miss 

Yost, D. Z. ; Pacific Club 

Yost, Mr and Mrs John D. ; 1422 Sutter st. Alameda 

■ John D. Jr. 

Young, Andrew S. ; 1716 Jackson st. 
Young, Carlos G., 1616 Geary st. 
Young, Charles F.; 1255 California st. 
Young, Frederick J. ; 1213 Oetavia st. 

Henry H. 

Henry J. 

Young, George A. ; 1904 Broadway st. 

Young, Captain J. D. Sacramento 

Young, Mr and Mrs John P. ; 1919 Devisadero st. Thursday 

Young, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; 314 Lombard st. 

Young, ^Ir and Mrs Thomas ; 502 Powell st. 

Young, Walter ; 514 23rd st. 

Young, William ; 1811 Sutter st. 

Younger, Dr. Alexander Steamer " Oceanic " 

Younger, Dr and Mrs Edward A. ; 688 McAllister st. Friday Alameda 

Younger, Miss Maude, 1222 Pine st. 

Miss Bessie 

Younger, Dr. William J. ; 300 Stockton st. Del Monte 

Zander, W. E. Hotel Rafael, San Rafael 

Zech, August, F. ; 211 Sinih st. 

Trv the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Natural FlaA'or French Soups, put up in 
sla'JS especially for Children's Diet. Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 
* ■ " MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agent.s. 



ZECH 101 ZOOK 

Zech, Frederick, Jr. ; 914 Sutter st. 

Zeile, Mr and Mrs Frederick W. ; 2115 Sacramento st. Friaay 

Zeilin, W. S.; Cosmos Club 

Zifferer, Prof, and Madame ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Zimmerman, Frank C. ; 1321 Sutter st. 

Zook, Mr and Mrs Frank ; The Berkshire Monday 



'^^^ F^^ANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S French Soups are put up for family use in 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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4^ Goods purchased in this Market need no other recommendation. 
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DAYS AND COUNTRY RESIDENCES OF THE 
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ROUNDINGS 



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PART SECOND 



OAKLAND, ALAMEDA, BERKELEY 
AND SURROUNDINGS 

Note: — Where street only is mentioned Oakland should be understood 



Abbott, Rev. and Mrs Granville S. ; 569 11th st. 
Granville S., Jr. 

Adams, Miss Bessie ; cor. lOtli and Filbert sts. 

Adams, Mr and Mrs Edson ; Bay place and Oak ave. 

Edson F. 

John 

Agard, Dr. A. H. ; 1259 Alice st. 

Ainsworth, Captain and Mrs J. C. ; Rose Lawn, Vernon ave. Wednesday 

Miss Daisy 

Miss Maude 

Miss Bella 

Harry B. 

John C. 

Captain and Mrs George J. 

Akerly, Rev. Benjamin ; Adeline and 16th sts. 

Benjamin N. 

James C. 

Morris K. 

Albrecht, Mrs; Fruit vale 
Miss Laura 

Aldrich, William A. ; Piedmont 

Miss Helen 

Burt 

YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. 

Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



ALEXANDER 104 BARKER 

.ilexander, Mr and Mrs 0. ; 1406 Alice st. 

Charles O. 

Alexander, Mr and Mrs S. T. ; 1006 16th st. 

Miss Lottie 

Allen, Arthur; Alameda 

Allen, Mr and Mrs C. E. ; 318 14th st. 

Allen, Mrs Frank Howard ; 1231 Poplar st. Wednesday 

Allen, Mr and Mrs I. P. ; Santa Clara ave., Alameda 

Allen, Mr and Mrs James G. ; 1325 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Allman, Miss Emma J. ; 1263 Harrison st. 

Ames, Judge and Mrs J. P. ; 1132 Adeline st. Thursday 

Anderson, Mrs; Hopkins Academj- Tuesday 

The Misses 

Anthony, Mr and Mrs Edwin R.; Alameda ave., near Peru, Alameda 
Anthony, Mr and Mrs John A. ; Central ave., Alameda 
Miss 

Anthony, Mr and Mrs R. M., 964 18th st. 

Applegate, J. Henry, Jr. ; Alameda 

Armes, Mr and Mrs C. W.; 1201 West st. 

Armes, Mr and Mrs G. W. ; 1118 Brush st. 
AV. D. 

Arthur, Mr and Mrs J. D.; NW cor. 12th and Castro sts 
E. M. 

Ayres, Mr and Mrs Irwin ; 1205 Oak st. 

Bacon, Mrs Alonzo; Alameda 

Bacon, Mr and Mrs Henry D. ; 960 Oak st. Wednesday 
Miss Carrie 

Badger, William G. ; Fruitvale 

Bailey, Mr and Mrs George D.; 17th and Castro sts. 

Baker, Mr and Mrs J. E. ; 1234 Regent st., Alameda 

Baker, James AV.; Galindo Hotel 

Baldwin, Mrs C; 930 Adeline st. Monday 

Miss 

Alexander 

Baldwin, Mr and Mrs Lloyd; Vernon Heights Thursday 
Mrs J. G. 

Bangs, Mr and Mrs Franklin ; 118 9th st. 

Barker, Mr and Mrs Joshua L. ; Berkeley 

Barker, Mr and Mrs Timothy L. ; 1119 Castro st. 

H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have uo equaL 

Smoke them and see for yourself. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



BARNARD 105 BOARDMAN 



Barnard, Mr and Mrs George B.; 554 35th st. 

Barnes, Mr and Mrs E. T. ; Central ave., Alameda 

Barney, Mr and Mrs Alfred S. ; Vernon Heights 

Barstow, Mr and Mrs Anson ; 1104 Broadway st. 

Barstow, Mr and Mrs D. P. ; NW cor. Market and 18th sts. 

Barstow, Mrs Ellen F.; 1064 22d st. 

Bartlett, Mr and Mrs Columbus ; Alameda 

Bartlett, Mrs Earl ; East Oakland 

Bartlett, N. C; 477 Prospect ave. 

Bartlett, Mr and Mrs Pliny; 1311 Franklin st. 

Barton, Mr and Mrs John ; Broadway and Central ave., Alameda 

Miss 

W. F. 

Barton, Mr and Mrs P. AV. ; Clinton ave., Alameda 

Barton, Mr and Mrs W. T. ; Piedmont 

Bassett, Mr and Mrs J. F.; 964 Market st. Ttmrsday 

Bayley, Mr. and Mrs George B.; Castro st. 

Beck, Mr and Mrs W. F. ; 512 Charter st. 

Bell, Mrs G. W. ; Centennial and 14th sts. 

Bentley, Mr and Mrs W. R. ; 220 11th st. Wednesday 

Benton, Mr and Mrs J. E. ; 533 16th st. 

Miss May 

Benton, Rev and Mrs J. A. ; 437 Hawthorne st. 
Berryman, Mr and Mrs H. B.; Berkeley 
Bigelow, Mr and Mrs Elijah ; 1155 Brush st. 

Bird, Mr and Mrs Frank L.; 2048 Encinal ave., Alameda 

George R. 

Bishop, Mr and Mrs A. W. ; Jackson st. Wednesday 

Bissell, Mr and Mrs George R. ; Alameda ave., Alameda 

The Misses 

Eugene 

Louis H. 

Blake, Mrs Francis ; Telegraph ave., bet. Knox & Caledonia ave. 

Miss Alice 

Blow, A. H. ; 759 Harrison st. 

Blow, W. W. ; 454 9th st. 

Boalt, Mr and Mrs John H. ; 1003 12th st. 

Boardman, Charles T. ; Galindo Hotel 
Boardman, Mr and Mrs Edward; Oakland 

Chicken aud Game Pates Truffle,!, made lu the French stvle by the FRANCO-AMERI- 
CAN FOOD CO., will be found delicious for Breakifast, Lunch or Supper. Ask 
your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



BOLAND 106 BROWN 

Boland, Mr and Mrs Archibald ; Webster st. 

Bonham, Mrs M. T. ; 626 8th st. 

Bonner, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; Brook and Orchard ste. 

Bonte, Rev. and Mrs J. H. C; Berkeley 

Booth, Mr and Mrs E. B. ; Alameda 

Booth, Mr and Mrs Lucius A. ; Hope ave., Piedmont Wednesday 

Booth, Mr and Mrs W. H. ; Alameda 

Booth, William F.; Berkeley 

Bowen, Mr and Mrs P. M. ; 1303 Chestnut st. 

Bowman, Mr and Mrs A. W. ; Piedmont 

George F. 

Bowman, Mr and Mrs H.; 630 9th st. 

Bradley, Mr and Mrs; 364 14th st. 

Miss 

Miss Grace 

Bradley, Prof, and Mrs C. B.; Berkeley 
Bray, Mr and Mrs Watson A. ; Fruitvale 

Augustus 

Edward M. 

Robert 

Brayton, Mr and Mrs Albert P. ; 1167 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Miss Louise 

Burt 

• Harry 

Breck, Mr and Mrs Samuel ; 14th st. 

Miss 

Brett, Mr and Mrs John R. ; 562 13th st. 
Miss Mabel 

Brigham, Mr and Mrs C. O. ; 1019 Oak st. Friday 
Miss Lena 

Brigham, Mr and Mrs Frank E, ; 1017 Oak st. Friday 

Bromwell, Colonel and Mrs L. L. ; 9th and Jackson sts. Wednesday 

Bronson, Miss Mabel; Kelsey House. 
Miss Cora 

Brown, Mr and Mrs Albert; 1387 Alice st. Wednesday 

Brown, Mr and Mrs Arthur ; 1031 Filbert st. 

Brown, Mr and Mrs Da\id; Alameda 

Brown, Mr and Mrs Roland G.; 1389 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Miss Lillian 

Miss Florence 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



BROWN 107 CHAPMAN 

Brown, Winsor L. ; Sunol Glen, Sunol 
Browne, Mrs; 6th ave., East Oakland 

Miss EfRe 

Browne, Mr and Mrs P. D. ; Highland Park 
Buck, Dr. and Mrs E. W. ; 1011 Webster st. 

Miss 

Buffington, Mr and Mrs J. M. ; 10th and Madison sts. 

Bugbee, Mr and Mrs Sumner W. ; Hotel Merritt 

Bunker, Miss Minnie ; 150 Lake st. Friday Santa Clara 

Bunnell, Prof, and Mrs George W. ; Caledonia and Telegraph ave. 

Burk, F. ; Blake House 

Burnham, Mr and Mrs O. H. ; 1017 Madison st. 
Lee 

Cftduc, Cora, and Mrs Phillip; *'Mosswood," Telegraph ave. Saturday 

Miss Cora 

Miss Florence 



Cahiil, Mr and Mrs Edward F. ; 1368 10th st. 

Cambden, Mr and Mrs Charles ; 10th and Market sts. 

Carreron, Mr and Mrs W. W.; 28th st., bet. Grove and Telegraph ave. 

Campbell, Mr and Mrs Alexander; Orchard ave. 

Miss Jessie 

Colin 

Daniel Y. 

Campbell, Mr and Mrs Henry C. ; 1311 Harrison st. 

Campbell, Mr and Mr.s J. C. ; 12th and Chestnut sts. Monday 
Miss Carrie 



Campbell, William; Alameda 

Canoran, Mrs Arabella; Claremont ave., North Temescal Thursday 

Carmany, John ; 13th ave. beyond Lynn ; East Oakland 

Miss Mary A. 

Carneal, Thomas D.; 12th st near Castro 

Carpenter, Horace W. ; Alice and 3rd sts. 

Carrick, Mr and Mrs D. ; cor. l^th ave. and 15th st., East Oakland 

Chabot, Mrs A. ; 104 East 15th st. 

Miss Helen 

Chabot, Mr and Mrs R.; 11th and Madison sts. 

Chamberlain, Mr and Mrs Charles H. ; 1571 7th ave., East Oakland 

Chapman, E. B. ; East Oakland 

Chapman, Mr and Mrs T. F. ; 120 East 14th st. 

Chapman, Rev. and Mrs E. S. ; 1264 12th ave., East Oakland 



KELLY'S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS have been sold in this market for 

over ten years. A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best ou the market. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



CHASE 108 • COOL 

Chase, Mr and Mrs Q. A. ; Broadway, near Moss ave. 

Cheever, Mr and Mrs M. R.; 1401 7th ave., East Oakland Wednesday 

Chetwood, Rev. Hobart ; Hotel Merritt 

John 

Chickering, Mr and Mrs William H. ; 970 16th st. 
Chipman, Mrs Dwinelle; Alameda 

Miss Fannie 

Clay, Mr and Mrs C. C. ; Fruitvale 

Clement, Mr and Mrs E. B.'; 1264 Harrison st. 

Miss Katie 

A. 

Clement, ]\rr and Mrs H. N. ; Berkeley 
Cluff, Mr and Mrs Edwin H. ; Fruitvale 
Coffin, Mr and Mrs Albert F.; 918 16th st. 
Coffin, Mr and Mrs C. B. ; 1387 Harrison st. 
Miss 

Coghill, Mr and Mrs T. B.; .Jackson st. Wednesday 

Cohen, Mr and Mrs Alfred H.; Fruitvale 

Cohen, Mrs Emily G. ; Versailles and Buena Vista aves., Alameda 

Miss Mabel 

Miss Edith 

:\Iiss Ethel 

W. G. 

Daniel Y. 

Mr and Mrs Edgar A. 

Colby, Mr and Mrs G. E. ; Claremont ave. Wednesday 

Cole, Mr and Mrs Leander G. ; 1545 Webster st. 
Cole, Mr and Mrs R. E. ; 512 12th st. 

Miss 

Coleman, Mr and Mrs John W. ; 8th and West sts. 

Miss 

Harry 

Condron, Mrs D. B.; Field Seminary Thursday 

Conklin, Mrs F. G. ; 4th ave. and 16th sts., East Oakland 

Conners, John ; 1115 Jackson st., Wednesday Pleasanton, Gal. 

Miss Mollie 

Miss Maggie 

Cook, Prof, and Mrs Albert 8. ; Dwight Way and Auburn St., Berkeley 
Cook, Mr and Mrs Carroll ; 122 Lake st. 
Cool, Dr. and Mrs Russell H. ; Gahndo Hotel 

GORDON & DIL WORTH'S Fine Preserved Fniits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup, Wine 
Jellies, Etc., to be had at all fancv Grocers. 

-MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



COON 109 DAYTON 

Coon, jVIr and Mrs Henry Irving; Fruitvale 
Cooper, E. K. ; 828 Grove st. 

Coplin, Mr and Mrs A. ; 556 20th st. Thursdm/ 

Mies Ethel 

Cordiell, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; 16th and Webster st. |] ednesdaif 

Cornwall, Dr. and Mrs Ambrose ; Vernon Heights 

Costigan, Mr and Mrs James M. ; 1305 Franklin st. 

Miss 

Craig, Mr and Mrs Homer A.; 2223 Green st. 

Craig, Mr aad Mrs Hugh ; Piedmont Hotel Thursday 

Crane, Mrs A.M.; 584 35th st. 

Lauren E. 

Crane, Mrs S. H. ; 971 Market st. 
Crane, Mrs AV. W. ; Galindo Hotel 
Crellin, Mr and Mrs John ; 1061 Oak st. 

Miss 

Arthur 

Crockett, Mrs J. B. ; Fruitvale 
Miss Emma 

Crockett, Mrs. Robert; Fruitvale 

Crouch, Mr and Mrs E. ; 1061 Seventh ave. East Oakland 

CuUen, Mr and Mrs; 10th ave, bet. 14th and 15th, East Oakland 



Miss Alice 

W. O. 

Cumming, Capt and Mrs George ; Fruitvale 
A. M. 

Cunningham, Mr and Mrs Loring; 479 Orchard ave. 

Cushing, Mr and Mrs Volney ; Berkeley 

Cutter, Mr and Mrs Chester G. ; 14G Lake st. Wednesday 
Miss Anna 

Dam, Mrs. L. E. ; 493 Locust st. 
— Cleveland 

Dargie, Mr and Mrs W. E. ; 1168 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Miss Annie R. 

Thomas T. 

Davis, Dr. and Mrs Henry C. ; 1318 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Day, Mr and Mrs Clinton; Piedmont Way, Berkeley 

Dayton, Mr and Mrs J. B.; loth st., near Madison Wednesday 

Miss Jessie 

George 

MATTONI'S GIESSHUBLEK. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

of all Visitors at Carlsbad. MAU, SADLER <t CO., Pacific Coast Ageuts. 



DEAN 110 • DRISCOLL 

Dean, Mr and Mrs Carl ; Oakland 

Dean, Mr and Mrs Elisha B. ; 1219 Grove st. 

Dean, Mrs J. B. ; 1325 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Miss Emily 

John 

Dean, Mr and ]\[rs Peter; Madison st. 

Miss Sarah 

Deane, Mrs John ; Claremont Wednesday 

Miss Esma 

Miss Frances 

I>earborn, Mr and Mrs G. W. ; cor. 12th ave. and loth st.. East Oakland 

De Estrella, T. ; Berkeley 

De Fremery, Miss; Orchard ave. 

De Fremery, Mr and Mrs H. S. ; Alameda. (Abroad) 

De Fremery, Mr and Mrs James; 1305 Adeline st. 

De Fremery, Mr and Mrs William C. B, ; Prospect ave. Wednei^^day 

De Golia, Mr and Mrs George E. ; Vernon Heights 

De Gomez, Mr and Mrs F. ; 463 26th st. Tuesday 

De la Montanya, A. ; 656 6th st. 

Delger, Mr and Mrs Edward F. ; 1453 Telegraph ave. Wednesday 

Delger, Frederick ; Telegraph ave. and 19th st. 

Denham, Mr and Mrs B. F.; 1397 Alice st. Wednesday 

1 >enny, Horace ; East Oakland 

De Pue, E. J.; 1115 3rd ave., East Oakland 

Derby, Mrs.; Fruitvale 

Oscar 

A. G. 

Dewing, Mr and Mrs A. A.; 358 East 14th st., P^ast Oakland Tuesday 

Dietz, Mr and Mrs Alfred C; San Pablo ave. 

Miss 

Miss Alice 

Dillon, Miss; 7th and Oak sts. 

Dingie, Mr and Mrs W. J.; Hays' caiion 

Donnell, Mr and Mrs Arthur C. ; 1227 Myrtle st. 

Donnelly, Miss May; Fruitvale 

Dornin, Mr and Mrs George D.; D wight Way, Berkeley 

]Miss 

Mr and Mrs Oscar G. 

Driscoll, Mrs J. M.; 16th and Webster sts. Wednesday 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; p\it lip in 1 pound round canisters only 
Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



DRUM 



111 



FINE 



Drum, John S.; 953 Market st. 

Frank 

Dunham, Mr and Mrs. Benjamin F.; 1397 Alice st. Friday 

Miss Mamie 

Mr and Mrs Frank 

Dwinell, Charles H.; Berkeley. 

D^-er, Mr and Mrs J. P.; 1257 Jackson st. Thursday 

Miss Alice 

Miss Ruth 

Miss Minnie 

Joseph 

Eastland, Mr and Mrs Joseph G. ; Rocridge 

Eastland, Mr and Mrs Van L. ; 817 Grove st. 

Eastman, Mr and Mrs C. H. ; 12th st. and 7th ave. East Oakland Tuesday 

Eaton, Mr and Mrs Joseph C. ; 19th ave. and E. 24th st. East Oakland 

Edwards, Mr and Mrs George C. ; 1568 Webster st. 

Edwards, Mr and Mrs J. G. ; Oakland 

Eels, Mr and Mrs Charles P. ; San Pablo ave. 

Eldridge, Mr and Mrs S. A.; Harrison and 14th sts. 

Emery, J. C; San Pablo ave. 

Emery, Mrs Joseph; 1308 Webster st. 

Ernest, Dr. J. T. ; Oakland 

Evarts, Mr and Mrs P.; 1115 Jackson st. 

Everest, Mr and ^Nlrs H. B. ; 1375 Madison sts. 

Miss Nellie 

Everett, Mr and Mrs Edward; 719 Eighth st. 
Everson, Mr and Mrs Wallace; 16th and Filbert sts. 
Ewing, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; Vernon Heights 
Kabens, Mr and Mrs George ; Alameda 
Farnam, Mr and Mrs Charles W. ; Fruitvale 
Farnham, ]Mr and Mrs J. E. ; Oakland 

Farquharson, Mr and Mrs David ; 1167 Jackson st. 
Miss Marv 



Thursday 

Thursday 
Wednesday 



Wednesday 



Friday 



Wednesday 



Farrier, Mr and Mrs H. L. ; 1253 6th ave., East Oakland 

Miss Emma L. 

Miss Annie F. 

Felton, Mrs Katherine ; 930 Adeline st. 

Fields, Mrs D. I. ; Olive House 

Fine, Mrs A. ; 6th ave. and 12th st., East Oakland 



Mo)tday 

Wednesday 

Monday 



How pleasant after the Theatre or an Eveuiug Partv to be able to offer voiir guests a 
Hice eup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 
retiring. MAU, SADLER & CO., Tacitie Coast Agents. 



^^«CHER 112 • GARCELOX 



Fischer, Mr and Mrs ; Havwards 
J. K. 

Fish, Mr and Mrs Charles H. ; 804 10th at. 

Fish, Mr and Mrs Harvey; 918 Grove st. 

Fish, Dr. and Mrs M. W. ; 461 East 14th St., East Oakland 
Miss Julia 

Fisher, Mr and Mrs Hugo ; Alameda 

Fitzgerald, Mrs Kate ; 313 14th st. 

Miss Maggie 

Miss Maj^ 

R. M. 

Edward L. 

Fletcher, Frank A. ; Oakland 

Flint, Mr and Mrs E. Du Bois ; Myrtle st. Tuesday 

Flint, Mr and Mrs Edward P. ; 521 13th st. Tuesday 

Miss Helen P. 

Miss Alice M. 

Flint, Harry L. ; Glen Echo, off Piedmont Avenue 

Folger, Mr and Mrs James A. ; 1308 Jackson st, Wednesday 

Miss Elizabeth 

James A., Jr. 

Folker«, G. A. W. ; 915 Myrtle st. 

Foote, Mr and Mrs W. AV. ; Brush and 13th sts. 

Ford, Mr and Mrs Jerome B. ; 923 5th avenue ; East Oakland 

Forrest, Mr and Mrs C. T. ; Webster st. 

Fox, Mr and Mrs Charles N. ; 1057 Market st. 

Miss 

George H. 

Francis, Miss ; "Rossmore" 

Freeman, Mr and Mrs Littlejohn ; 1721 Lincoln st. 

Gage, Mr and Mrs Stephen T. ; 1300 Harrison st. 

Gamble, :\lr and Mrs James; Piedmont 

The Misses 

Lenan 

Garbsr, Julge and Mrs John ; Claremont avenue; North Temescal 

Miss Belle ih....^ 

John, Jr. 

Garcelon, Mrs Kate ; 1213 Madison st. 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET nothin.? is better than a ?ood uutritious ea'^ily di- 
gested soup, such as IS pur up by the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO 

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GARTHWAITE 113 GREEN 

Garth waite, Mr and Mrs W. W. ; Fairbank avenue ; Oakland Heights 

Mrs H. 

Mrs C. T. 

Mrs Alice 

Gaskill, Mr and Mrs George C. ; Oakland 
Gaskill, Mr and Mrs Rollin C. ; Oakland 

Gaskill, Mr and Mrs D. W. C; 1395 Harrison st. 

Burt 

Mr and Mrs Barney W. 

Gibbons, William H.; Alameda 

Gibbs, William C. ; 154 Third st. 

Gibson, Judge and Mrs E. M. ; Hays' Canyon 

Gibson, Miss G. ; Olive House Wednesday 

Gifford, Mr and Mrs William B. ; Oakland 

Gilbert, Charles W.; Oakland 

Oilman, Dr and Mrs S. M.; Prospect ave. 

Glasscock. Mr and Mrs John R. ; 6th and Jackson sts. 

Glasscock, Hon. W. H.; 5th and Harrison sts. 

Goldsmith, Paul; Blake House 

Goodall, Captain and Mrs Edwin; Madison and 14th sts. 
Miss 

Goodfellow, Mrs M. J. ; 1353 Webster st. 

Miss Bessie 

Goodfellow, Mr and Mrs W. S. ; 1363 6th avenue, East Oakland 

Gordan, Mr and Mrs Harry F. ; 1353 AVebster st. 
Gordan, Mr and Mrs J. E. ; 473 Merrimac st, 
Gordon, Mr and Mrs N. PI. ; 1431 Webster st. 

Miss Gertrude 

Grant, Mr and Mrs G. E. ; 1303 3rd avenue, East Oakland 

Miss Abbie 

Grant, Mr and Mrs George ; Highland Park Wednesday 

Graves, Mr and Mrs W. H. H. ; 512 Seventeenth st. 

Grayson, Mr and Mrs George W. ; cor. 9th and Madison sts. 

]Miss Georgie 

Robert R. 

Green, Mr and Mrs Adam T. ; Berkeley 

Green, Mr and Mrs Edmund; 1317 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Miss Lillian 

Edward Frank 

MATTONI'S CARLSBAD GIESSHUBLER retaius its gas for an unusually long time 
after the bottle has heen openerl. Grocers and Druggists keep it. 

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GREENE 



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HAVENS 



Greene, Judge and Mrs W. E. ; 1226 Fourteenth st. 

Miss Mabel E. 

Miss Ethel 

Gregory, Mr and Mrs H. P, ; cor. Durant and Jackson sts. 

Griffin, Mrs S. E. ; Jackson st. Wednesday 

Miss Mamie 

Grimes, Mr and Mrs Allen ; cor. East 14th st. and 6th ave. Tuesday 

Miss Alice 

Grimwold, Mr and Mrs A. D. ; Fruitvale 

Guild, Mr and Mrs C. B.; Oakland 

Hackett, Capt. and Mrs Edward ; 1303 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Capt. John 

Hager, Mr and Mrs E. C. ; Prospect Heights 

Hale, Miss Mamie ; 364 Peralta st. Tuesday 

Hale, Mr and Mrs W. E. ; 1212 Castro st. Wednesday 

Miss Sadie F. 

Haley, Dr. C. S. ; Lake Shore ave. 

Hall, Mr and Mrs E. M. ; 1369 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Hattie 

Hamilton, Judge and Mrs Noble ; 1271 Jackson st. Wednesday 

]\Iiss Nettie 

William B. 

^Ir and Mrs Edward H. 

Handy, Mr and Mrs George W. ; 1305 Madison st. Tuesday 

Hanford, Mr and Mrs James N. ; 1205 Peralta st. 

Miss 

Harmon, Mr and Mrs A. K. P. ; 1568 Webster st. Thursday 

Harmon, Mr and Mrs A. K. P., Jr. ; Fruitvale 
Harmon, Mr and Mrs J. B. ; Fruitvale 
Harries, Mr and Mrs W. H. ; 1361 Jackson st. 

Harrington, Mrs L. ; 1167 Jackson st. 
Miss Agnes 

Harrison, Mr and MrslR. T. ; 616 3rd st. 
Harvey, Mr and Mrs Le Roy G. ; 1128 Filbert st. 
Haven, Mr and Mrs Charles P. ; 8tli and Adeline sts. 
Haven, Mr and Mrs James; Brooklyn Heights 
Haven, Mr and Mrs William ; 8th and Chestnut sts. 
Havens, Mr and Mrs A. W. ; 1652 Webster st. 

THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



HAVENS 115 HILLIGESS 

Havens, Frank C. ; Vernon Heights 

Hawley, Mr and Mrs C. J. ; 1118 7th avenue, East Oakland 

Hawley, Mr and Mrs George T. ; Summit avenue, Prospect Heights 

Hawley, Mr and Mrs George W.; Clinton avenue 

Hawley, Mr and Mrs J. C; 522 Knox Place 

Hawley, Mr and Mrs Levi H. ; 2100 Telegraph avenue 

Hayes, Mr and Mrs C. E. ; r.27 East 11th st., East Oakland 

Hayes, Mr and Mrs D. E.; 923 Linden st. 

— '- — Miss Stella 

Hayes, Mr and Mrs Thomas K. ; Adeline and 7th sts. 

The Misses 

Mr and Mrs Edward 

Haj'S, Mr and Mrs John C., Jr. ; Alameda Wednesday 

Heim, Mr and Mrs J. F.; 1361 Market st. Wednesday 

Henderson, Miss Minnie; Fruitvale 

Hendy, Dr and Mrs. G. W.; 15th and Madison sts. 

Henry, Mr and Mrs A. C; 1221 Harrison st. 

Henshaw, Judge and Mrs Frederick W.,' 8th and Filbert sts. 

Henshaw, Mrs Sarah E.; 941 Myrtle st. 

Tyler 

Mr and Mrs E. T. 

Henshaw, Mr and Mrs William G.; cor. 14th and 7th ave., East Oakland 
Herrick, Mr and Mrs E. M.; Webster st. Wednesday Saratoga, Cal. 

Lester 

Herrick, Mr and Mrs W. F.; 1302 12th st. Tuesday 

The Misses 

Hesse, Professor Frederick G. ; 801 Jackson st. 

Hickman, Mr and Mrs L. M.; 1300 Madison st Wednesday 

Miss Macie 

Miss Lide 

Hickock, Mr and Mrs Arthur M. ; Central ave., Alameda 

Hickok, Mr and Mrs B. E.; 1155 Madison st. Teusday 

High, Mr and Mrs W. D. ; 1428 Webster st. 

Hilgard, Professor Eugene W. ; Berkeley Tuesdan Mission, San Jose 

Miss Louise 

Miss Alice 

E. M. 



Hilligess, Mrs Maria ; Berkeley 
— *^ — The Misses 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

Havawa Cigars. MAU> SADLER «& CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



HINCHMAN 116 JORDAN 

Hinchman, Mr and Mrs T. W. ; Railroad ave. and Morton st., Alameda 

The Misses 

Charles H. 

Woolworth H. 

Hinckley, Mr and Mrs E. B. ; Fruitvale 

Hinkle, Mr and Mrs J. M. ; 1020 Adeline st. Tuesday 

Hofer, Mr and Mrs Grandjan ; 1674 Telegraph ave. 

Horton, Miss Sarah W. ; 964 18th st. 

Hostetter, Mr and Mrs Frank ; 13th ave. and loth st., East Oakland 

Miss Etta 

Howard, Mr and Mrs John L. ; Vernon Height3 Tyursday 

Howell, Mr and Mrs M. D. ; 1317 Alice st. 

Hubbard, Mr and Mrs Samuel; 122 East 12th St., East Oakland 

Miss Kate 

Samuel, Jr. 

Hunt, Mrs Jonathan ; Glen Echo 

Miss 

Miss Daisy 

H. O. 

Mrs. 

Mr. and :\Irs. S. O. 

Hurd, Mr and Mrs M. S. ; 534 Sycamore st. Tuesday 

Hush , Mr and Mrs ; Fruitvale 

Miss 

Hutchinson, Miss ; 8th and West sts. 

Hutchinson, Mr and Mrs ; 8th and Brush sts. Wednesday 

Miss 

Hutchinson, Mr and Mrs H. L. ; 1166 West 10th st. 
Irish, Mr and Mrs John P. ; 1438 Adeline st. 
■ Miss 

Isaacs, Mr and Mrs J. I). ; 13th and Alice sts. 

Jackson, Mr and Mrs I) H. ; 8th ave and loth sts.. East Oakland 
Miss Gail 



Janin, Mr and Mrs L. B. ; 1355 Webster st. 

Johnson, Miss Alice; 122 0th st. 

Johnson, Mr and Mrs W. P. ; Merrimac, near Webster st. 

Jones, Mr and Mrs N. G. ; 4th ave., bet. 13th and 14th sts.. East Oakland 

Jones, Mrs Vernon; Orchard st., near Telegraph ave. 

Jordan, Mr and Mrs Frank C. ; Santa Clara and Central aves., Alameda 

Jordan, Mr and Mrs W. S. ; Market st., near 14th st. 



RICHARDSON & ROBBIXS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cookeci Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, .SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



JORGENSEN 



117 



LITTLE 



Jorgensen, Carl ; 1362 17tli st, 

Kahn, Miss Henrietta; 778 9th St. Wednesday 

Kahn, Mr and Mrs Solomon ; 762 9th st. Wednesday 

Keith, W. ; Berkeley 

Kellogg, Charles W. ; 1253 Grove st. 

Kellogg, Prof, and Mrs Martin ; Berkeley 

Kelly, Mr and Mrs H. AV. ; 1214 Brush st. 

Kelsey, Mr and Mrs Jsoah ; 130 9th st. 

Kenna, P. J. G. ; Fruitvale 

King, Mr and Mrs George Lyman ; 11th and Jefferson sts. Wednesday 

Kirkham, General and Mrs R. W. ; Oak and 8th sts. 

Miss Kate 

Kirkland, Joseph B. ; Alameda 

Knight, Mr and Mrs Allen ; 1424 Webster st. 

Knight, Mr and Mrs W. H. ; 1300 Webster st. 

Knowles, Capt. and Mrs Josiah N. ; 15th and Jackson sts. 
The Misses 

Knox, Dr. and Mrs H. E. ; 480 Merrimac st. 

Miss Mary 

Knox, Mr and Mrs Israel; Knox Place and Telegraph ave 

Knox, Mrs R. G. ; Field Seminary Thursday 

Koerber, Mr and Mrs August ; Alameda 

Kurtz, Mrs B. C. ; 521 13th st. Tuesday 

I^amreaux, Miss Mamie; Petaluma ave., San Rafael 

Landsberger, Mr and Mrs Isidor; Alameda 

Miss 

Henry M. 

Langley, Mrs Melanie ; 156 E 12th st., East Oakland 
Charles F. 

Lathrop, Rev. and Mrs H. D. ; East Oakland 
John M. 

Lawson, Mr and Mrs William ; 1308 Madison st. Tuesday 

Le Conte, Prof, and Mrs John ; Dwight Way, Berkeley 

Le Conte, Prof, and Mrs Joseph; Bancroft Way, Berkeley 

Leckie, Mr and Mrs Robert; 977 6th avenue, East Oakland Monday 

Leisk, Mr and Mrs Robert; East Oakland 

Liliencrantz, Dr. and Mrs August; 13th and Madison sts. 

Little, Col. and Mrs AVilliam C. ; Broadway, near Moss avenue. 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up in 
glass especially for Children's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

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LIVERMORE 



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McELRATH 



Livermore, Mr and Mrs H. ; Rocridge Park. Wednesday Calistoga 

Miss Grace 

Llewellyn, Mrs E. ; San Lorenzo 

Lohman, Mrs Fannie E. ; Lake and Madison sts. Wednesday 

Miss Jennie 

Miss Fannie 

Magill, Mr and Mrs Arthur E.; 310 E. 17th St., East Oakland 

Mangels, Christopher ; Alameda 

Mansfeldt, Mr and Mrs Hugo; 1163 Alice st. Thursday 

Marcellus, Mr and Mrs E. P.; 555 19th st. 

Marriot, Mr and Mrs F.; Willow and Alameda ave., Alameda Thursday 

IMarsh, Mr and Mrs E. B.; Field Seminary 

Marston, E. AV. ; 1391 Webster st. 

Martin, Mr and Mrs J. West; 720 14th st. 

Shelby 

Richard 

Marwedel, Mr and Mrs Edward H. ; 163 10th st. Friday 

Masten, Mr and Mrs N. K.; Madison st. 

Miss Mamie 

Joseph N. 

Mastick, Mr and Mrs C. L. ; Central ave. and Oak St., Alameda 
Mastick, Mr and Mrs E. B.; Pacific ave. and Prospect st., Alameda 
The Misses 

Mastick, Mr and Mrs George H.; Pacific ave. and Woodst., Alameda 
Mastick, Mr and Mrs R. W. ; Santa Clara ave. and Willow st., Alameda 
Mathews, Mr and Mrs E. G. ; 104 E. 12th st.. East Oakland Wednesday 

Mauzy, Dr. and Mrs R. D. ; 730 11th st. Tuesday 

Miss Alice 

Byron ^ 

^Nlauzy, Dr. and Mrs W. P. ; 814 14th st. Wednesday 

Maxwell, Mr and Mrs George H. ; Berkeley 

May, Mr and Mrs; 527 E. 11th st. ; East Oakland 

McChesney, Prof, and Mrs. J. B. ; 1350 Franklin st. 

McClure, Rev. and Mrs David ; Caledonia avenue 

McCoy, Mr and Mrs Charles ; 62 E. 12th st. ; East Oakland 

McCurrie, John P. ; Alameda 

McCutchen, Mr and Mrs E. J. ; Alameda 

McElrath, Major and Mrs J. E. ; 668 16th st. 
Miss M. 

THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S French Soups are put up for family use in 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



McGILVRAY 119 MININGER 

McGilvray, Mr and Mrs William D. ; 1267 12th avenue, East Oakland 
McGillivray, Joseph; 1365 Franklin st. 

John 

William 

McKee, Mrs Samuel B. ; 1021 Adeline st. Monday 

Miss Sal lie 

Miss Nellie 

Miss Amy 

Samuel B. 

J. C. 

McKenna, James; Alameda 

McKisick, Mr; 1167 Castro st. 

McKnight, Mr and Mrs Andrew J. ; Fruitvale 

McLean, Rev. and Mrs J. K. ; 520 13th st. 

McNear, Mr and Mrs George W. ; 10th and Myrtle sts. 

John 

George 

Mead, Le Grande ; Alameda 

Mead, William H. ; Temescal 

Meade, Mr and Mrs Calvert ; 1315 Myrtle st. 

Meade, Le Grande ; Alameda 

Mecartney, Mr and Mrs Amos ; Bay Farm Island, Alameda 

Meek, H. W. ; San Lorenzo 

Melvin, Mr and Mrs S. H. ; 358 East 14th st., East Oakland 

Merrill, Mr and Mrs Thomas L. ; 457 Merrimae place 

Merritt, Dr. Samuel ; 1213 Webster st. 

Metcalf , Mr and Mrs George D. ; Berkeley 

Metcalf, Mr and Mrs Victor H. ; 1263 Harrison st. 

Mhoon, Major John B, ; 1017 Adeline st. 

Miller, Miss Agnes; 1424 Webster st. 

Miller, Mr and Mrs Albert ; 1264 14th st. Monday 

Miss Charlotte 

]\Iiss Annie 

C. O. G. 

-Harry E. 

Miller, Edward, H., Jr. ; Alameda 

Miller, Robert W. ; Galindo Hotel 

Miller, Mr and Mrs W. E. ; 1277 Webster st. Wednesday 

Mininger, Mrs Adeline ; Broadway and Railroad ave.; Alameda 
Miss Grace 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. 

Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



. ^^ PARDEE 

Moe, Mrs George W.; 520 13th st. 

Moffitt, Mr and Mrs James ; Broadway and 22d sts. Wednesday 

Montague, Mrs Samuel C; 1019 Filbert st. 

Moore, Mr and Mrs A. A. ; 6th ave. and 20th st., East Oakland Tvesday 

Moore, Mr and Mrs J. P. ; 1010 Franklin st. 

Morgan, Mr and Mrs Benjamin; Berkeley 

Morgan, Mr and Mrs C. B.; 1363 Castro st. 

Morgan, Mr and Mrs James; 120 East 14th st., East Oakland 

Morris, Mr and Mrs William ; 1428 Webster st. Tuesday 

Moses, Prof, and Mrs B.; Berkeley 

Mowe, Mrs George W. 1313 Afadison st. Wednesday 

^lurdock, Mr and Mrs George H. ; Alameda 

Xagle, Mr and Mrs H. H. ; 973 5th ave., East Oakland 

Nahl, Mr and Mrs ; Alameda 

Naylor, Mr and Mrs Charles E. ; Alameda Thursday 

>.eal, Mr and Mrs Charles S. ; Morton Station. Alameda 

Nelson, Captain and Mrs Charles; Seminary Park 

Miss Maggie 

Miss 

Nichols, Charles M. ; 1062 7th ave., East Oakland 
Nicholson, Dr. and Mrs J. E. ; 626 8th st. 
Miss 

Nicholson, Mr and Mrs J. H.; 462 22d st. 

North, Mr and Mrs George L. ; Alameda 

Oliver, William Letts; 1110 12th st. 

Olney, Mr and Mrs Warren D. ; 481 Prospect ave. 

Olsen, John ; 1765 Lincoln st. 

-Henry 

O'Meara, Miss Jennie; Park st. Station, Alameda 

Orr, John K. ; 1116 Alice st. 

Otis, Mr and Mrs Frank ; Santa Clara ave. and Paru st. , Ala.neda Thursday 

O Toole, Dr. and Mrs M. C. ; North Berkeley 

Owens, John K. ; Alameda 

Miss Mamie 

Palache, Mr and Mrs James; Claremont 
Palmer, Mr and Mrs C. T. H. ; Piedmont ave., Berkelev 
Palmer, Mr and Mrs Frank ; 502 Sycamore st. 
Pardee, Dr and Mrs E. H.; 672 11th st. 



H. K. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars h^^^;:;;^;;;; " 

Smoke them and see for yourself. MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



PARDEE 



121 



RALSTON 



Pardee, Dr and Mrs George C. ; 1367 8th ave. , East Oakland 

Paulsell, A C. ; 1319 Grove st. 

Payne, George H. ; West End, Alameda 

Pennoyer, Mr and Mrs Albert A. ; 1353 Alice st. Wednesday 

Perine, Mrs Eva ; 1317 Jackson st. Wednesday 

Perine, Mr and Mrs N. P. ; Fruit vale 

Miss Florence 

Perine, Mr and Mrs W. D. ; 809 Oak st. 

Miss Madge 

Perkins, Mr and Mrs George C. ; 10th and Adeline sts 

Pheby, Mr and Mrs Thomas B. ; 1275 Alice st. Tuesday 
MisH Elise 

Phillips, Mr and Mrs J. W. ; 977 0th ave., East Oakland Monday 

Miss 

Miss Mamie 

Pierce, Mr and Mrs Ira ; 1416 Grove st. 

Pierce, Marshall ; 459 Merrimac st. 

Miss Henrietta 

Miss Josephine 

Orestes 

Pierce, W. Frank ; 568 18th st. 

Pillsbury, Mis? Edith ; Alameda 

Poindexter, Mr and Mrs Frank H.; Alameda 

Pond, Mrs Ella C. ; Berkeley 

Porter, Mr and Mrs W. H. ; 660 14th st. 

Posey, Dr. and Mrs A. C. ; 11th ave. and 22d st.. East Oakland 

Potter, Mr and Mrs E. E. ; 13}o 12th ave., East Oakland 

Prather, Mr and Mrs Thomas ; 1253 Alice st. Thursday 

Prather, Mr and Mrs W. L. ; 507 11th st. 
The Misses 

Prentiss, Samuel R. ; 176 Lake st. 

Prescott, Mr and Mrs F. S. ; 1366 10th ave. East Oakland Wednesday 

Pringle, Mr and Mrs E. J. ; 826 East 19th st., East Oakland 

R.abe, Mr and ]\Irs William ; 1406 Alice st. Wednesday 

Miss Frances Louise 

AV. H. 

Ralston, Mr and Mrs A. Jackson ; 534 25th st. Thursday 
Miss Claire 

Chicken and Game Pates Truffled, made lu the French style by the FRANCO-AMERI- 
CAN FOOD CO.. will he found delicious for Breakfast, Lunch or Supper. Ask 
vour Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



RALSTON 



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SESSIONS 



Wednesday Michigan Bluff 



Ralston, Mrs Lizzie F. ; 172 13th st. 

Miss Emelita 

MissB. 

William C. 

Randall, Mr and Mrs Charles W. ; Piedmont 

Randolph, Daniel L. ; Alameda 

Ransome, Mr and Mrs Ernest L. ; 977 7th ave.. East Oakland 
Leslie 

Redding, Mr and Mrs A. P. ; 1313 Madison st. 
Redington, Mr and Mrs Joseph ; Alice st. 
Reed, Mr and Mrs George W. ; 974 16th st, 
Requa, Mr and Mrs I. L. ; Highlands 
Mark 

Reynolds, Major and Mrs G. P.; 1855 Central ave., Alameda 

Riley, Mr and Mrs P. T. ; Berkeley 

Risdon, Mr and Mrs Robert ; 8th and Myrtle sts. 

Rising, Miss »S. A. ; 914 Castro st. 

Rising, Prof, and Mrs W. B. ; Allston and Chapel, Berkeley 

Robinson, Miss May; 917 Peralta st. Tuesday 

Robinson, Mr and Mrs Samuel ; Cottage st., Alameda 

Rodolph, Mr and Mrs C. T. ; 1409 Brush st 

Rogers, Mr and Mrs Henry ; 1209 Jackson st. 

Romer, Eugene : 1926 Alameda ave., Alameda 

Roos, Joseph ; Alameda 

Russ, Mr and Mrs Frederick ; Claremont 

Riither, Mr and Mrs Fred ; 1316 10th st. 

Sather, Mrs Peter; 664 Twelfth st. 

Saunders, Mrs J. M.; Olive House 

Savage, Mr and :Mrs W. C. ; Broadway 

Scott, Mr and Mrs Paul ; Alameda 

Seabury, Captain and Mrs; Berkeley 

Sears, Judge and Mrs ; San Leandro 

Miss Stella 

Sears, Mr and Mrs H. B. ; 1217 Webster st. 
H. B., Jr. 

Seaton, Mr and Mrs Horace H. ; cor. Jackson and Lake sts 
Mr and Mrs William 



Wednesday 



Wednesday 



Tuesday 



San Rafael 



Wednesday 



Wednesday 

Wednesday 
Wednesday 

Steamer ''Rio Janeiro" 



Selby, Mr and Mrs Prentiss ; Alice st. 

Sessions, Mr and Mrs E. C. ; Highland Park, East Oakland 



Wednesday 
Thursday 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



SHANKLIN 



123 



SQUIRE 



ShankliB, Mr and Mrs J. W. ; 938 Filbert st. 

Shattuck, Mr and Mrs Charles H. ; Central ave., Alameda 

Shattuck, Mr and Mrs F. K. ; Shattuck ave., Berkeley 

Shay, Mr and Mrs Frank ; Alameda 

Sheldon, John P. ; 932 14th st. 

Shepard, Mr and Mrs J. L. W. ; San Pablo ave. 

Miss Madeline 

Miss Louise 

Miss Kate 

Shepard, Capt. and Mrs L. G. ; Tubbs Hotel 
Shepherd, John E. ; 1123 Peralta st. 
Shepherd, L. F. ; 1217 Frankhn st. 
Sherman, William ; 620 14th st. 
Miss Lizzie 

Simmons, Mr and Mrs O. ; 277 2nd st. 
J. E. 

Simpson, Mr and Mrs A. M. ; 1265 Grove st 
Simpson, Mrs T. B. ; 572 Jones st. 

Miss Marianna 

Miss Lucy 

Smith, Mr and Mrs A. D.; 910 Myrtle st. 

Miss 

— '■ Leon D. 

Harry 

^ Frank 

Smith, Mr and Mrs G. Frank; 914 Castro st. 

Miss Ada B. 

Miss Gertrude 

Percy 

Smith, Mr and Mrs George E. ; 1063 11th st 

Smith, Henry L. ; 768 9th st. 

Snell, Miss Mary E.; 568 12th st. 

Miss Sarah H. 

Mr and Mrs R. B. 



Thursday 



Friday 



Thursday 



Wednesday 



Tuesday 



Tuesday 



Tuesday 



Soule, Prof, and Mrs Frank ; 960 Oak st, 

Spaulding, Mr and Mrs Nathan AV.; Highland Park, E. Oakland Friday 

Sperry, Mrs M. S. ; 16th and Jeflferson sts 

Miss Minnie 

Miss Beda 



Squire, Henry P. ; 11th st., near Alice 



KELLY'S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS have been sold in this market for 

over ten years. A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best on the market. 

ilAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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TOMPKINS 



Tf ednesday 
Monday 

Thursday 



St. John, Chauncey M. ; Oakland 

Stanley, Judge and Mrs John A.; 1211 Jackson st. 

Starr, Mr and Mrs A. D.; 1353 Grove st. 

Starr, Mrs L. M. , 5th ave., East Oakland 

Steele, Mr and Mrs Edward L. G. ; 824 Jackson st. 
William 

Stevens, Mrs Levi ; Fruit vale 

Miss O. E. 

Miss Dollie 

St. John, Chauncey M. ; Oakland 
Stone, Mr; 169 10th st. 

Miss Sophie 

Stone, Mr and Mrs Byron F.; 1311 Harrison st. 

Stone, Mrs R. Catherine; Field Seminary 

Stubbs, Mr and Mrs J. C. ; Madison st. 

Swenarton, Mr and Mrs J. A.; J374 Franklin st. 

Swift, Mr and Mrs Samuel ; 1112 East 16th st., East Oakland 

Swyney, W. J. ; Railroad ave. and Benton st., Alameda 

The Misses 

Robert 

Xaber, Mr and Mrs I. ^V. ; 1351 Madison st. 
Miss Daisy 

Taylor, Mr and Mrs Arthur C; East Oakland 

Taylor, Mr and Mrs Chauncey ; NAV cor. Castro and 8th sts. 

Taylor, Mr and Mrs William H. ; 704 8th st. 

Tevis, Mr and Mrs Joshua ; 2051 East 14th st. , East Oakland Saturday 

Carter 

Dr. Samuel 



Thursday 



Tuesday 



Thomas, Mr and Mrs R. P. ; Berkeley 

Thomas, Mr and Mrs W. D.; 561 East Uth st.. East Oakland 

Miss Clara S. 

• Miss Maggie A. 

Thompson, Mr and Mrs A. D. ; 1115 Jackson st. Wednesday Pleasanton 
Thompson, Mrs M. J. ; 1 7th ave. and East 25th st. East Oakland Thursday 
Miss Josephine 

Tibbey, Miss Sadie ; Alameda 

Tompkins, Mrs Sarah; 1271 Jackson st. 
The Misses 



Wednesday San Leandro 



Burt 



GORDON & DILWORTH'S Fiue Preserved Fruits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup, Wiue 
Jellies, Etc., to be had at all faucy Grocers. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



TOUCHARD 125 WATSON 



Touchard, Mr and Mrs G. L. , 1077 8th st. 

Albert 

Trembly, Dr. and Mrs J. B. ; 8th and Myrtle sts. 

Tnbbs, Mr and Mrs Hiram ; 5th ave. and 12th st., East Oakland 

The Misses 

Tucker, Dr. and Mrs J. C. ; 1051 Market st. 

Miss Eva 

Miss Etta 

Miss Alice 

Tuttle, Mr and Mrs C. A. ; Madison and 10th sts. 

Upham, Mr and Mrs Isaac ; 13th and Jackson sts. Wednesday 

Van Loben Sels, Mr and Mrs P. J. ; 1305 Adeline st. 

Van Sicklen, Mr and Mrs F. W. ; Central ave. and Union st., Alameda 

Vanden Berg, Mr and Mrs S. L. ; 1018 Adeline st. Monday 

Vandyke, AVilliam H. ; 14th ave. near East 23d st., East Oakland 

Miss Carrie 

Vincent, Edward ; 1271 Jackson st Wednesday 

Miss 

Vrooman, Hon. and Mrs Henry; Claremont 
'Wade, : r and Mrs E. E. ; 1373 11th ave., East Oakland 
AVade, Mr and Mrs S. H. ; 1375 11th ave., East Oakland 
AVadsworth, Mr and Mrs Henry; 1347 Alice st. 

. Miss M. 

AValcott, Mr and Mrs J. ; Bancroft AVay, Berkeley 

Miss Mabel 

Miss Maud 

Earl A. 

Wall, Mrs ; Berkeley 

Dr. B. P. 

AVall, Mr and Mrs Jesse ; 1439 Market st. 

Miss Louise 

Miss Bessie 

AVandesforde, Mr and Mrs J. B. ; Playwards 

Ward, Mr and Mrs D. H. ; 1216 AVebster st. 

Ward, Mr and Mrs Joseph AA^ ; 517 Frederick st. 

Miss Hortense 

AVard, Mr and Mrs J. Walter, Jr. ; 1239 Linden Monday 

Waters, Miss Jennie; 508 12th st. Tuesday 

Watkins, Mrs P. T. ; AVebster st. 

AVatson, Mr and Airs Charles L. ; 1375 Madison st. 



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WOOD 



AVatson, Captain and Mrs Horace H. ; 26th st., near Broadway 
Horace 

Wellman, Mrs Bela; E. 14th st.. East Oakland 

The Misses 

William 

AYentworth, ]Mr and Mrs Ira M. ; AVest Berkeley 

AA>st Mr and Mrs Albert A. ; 1977 Webster st. Wednesday 

AVeston, Mr and Mrs B. F. ; 150 Lake st. Friday Santa Clara 

AA^eston, Mrs Sarah S. ; 1245 AA^ebster st. 

F. F. 

\A^estover, Mr and Mrs C. ; 610 12th st. 

^A'^etherbee, Mr and Mrs Henry ; Fruit valie 

AA'heaton, Mr and Mrs George H. ; 154 Lake st Tuesday 

Miss Bessie 

George 

Wheaton, ]Mr and Mrs AAMlliam K. ; 1060 Poplar st. 

The INIisses 

AA^hitcomb, Frank E. ; Berkeley 

AA^hite, Mrs; Glaremont ave., North Temescal Thurgday 

AA^hitney, Mr and Mrs George; .1076 14th st. 

Miss Violet 

The blisses 

AAliitney, Mr and Mrs 8. A. ; 1155 Madison st. Wednesday 

AA^hittaker, Mr and Mrs A. E. ; 722 11th st. 

AA'illcox, Mr and Mrs David ; 1201 Alice st. Thursday 

Miss Minnie 

Miss Bertha 

AA'ilkinson, Prof, and Mrs Charles ; Dwight Way & College ave.. Berkeley, 

Wednesday Sonoma 
AVillcutt, Mr and Mrs J. L. ; 927 Linden st. 
Mr and Mrs George 

AVilliams, Mrs A. F. ; 2131 Telegraph ave. Wednesday 
Mr. and Mrs G. F. 

AVilliams, Mr and Mrs E. C. ; 969 Brush st. 

Miss May 

Miss Mary 

AA'inchester, Mr and Mrs J. P. ; Pacific ave., bet. AA'ood and Chapin sts., 

Alameda 

AA'ood, Mrs. Annie; 815 13th st. 



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WOOD 127 YELLAND 

Wood, Mr and Mrs C. E. P. ; 8th st. & 5tli ave., East Oakland Thursday 

Miss May 

Wood, E. C; Alameda 

Wood, Mrs Eliza ; 1008 9th ave. , East Oakland 

Woolsey, Dr E. H. ; 12th and Jackson sts. 

Wright, Mrs C. S. ; 758 18th st. 

Wright, Mr and Mrs George T. ; Alameda Thursday 

Yelland, Mr and Mrs R. D. ; 1464 7th ave., East Oakland 



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nice cup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 
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San Francisco Art Association 



430 Pine Street 



Ou March 28, 1871, the Sau Frauciseo Art Association was organized, with the 
worthy object of encouraging excellence in artists and a superior taste in the public. 
The School of Design is also conducted by this Association. An exhibition by local 
artists is held annually, besides numerous other displays. 



OFFICERS 



Joseph D. Redding, 
John A. Stanton, . 
J. B. Crockett, 
James D. Phelan, 
E. E. Potter, 
J. R. Martin, 



President 

First Vice-President 

Second Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 



L. L. Baker 
David Bixler 
George H. Hopps 



DIRECTORS 



Edward Bosqui 
Samuel M. Brookes 
Henry Hey man 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Alvord, Mrs William 
Bierstadt, Albert 
Booth, Hon. Newton 
Breuil, Edmond 
Cerruti, G. B. 



Crocker, Mrs E. B. 

Gilman, D, C. 

Kip, Rt. Rev.Wm. Ingraham 

Mezzara, Joseph 

Rogers, FordH. 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET nothing is better than a good nutritious, easily di- 
gested soup, such as is put up by the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO. 
^ * MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION 



LIFE MEMBERS 



Alvord, William 
Babcock, Harry 
Babcock, William, Jr. 
Bacon, Henry D. 
Baird, Mrs J. H. 
Baker, Livingston L. 
Bancroft, A. L. 
Barnes, W. H. L. 
Barroilhet, Henry 
Beard, John L. 
Bell, Thomas 
Benson, John 
Blakeney, T. J. 
Blanding, Gordon 
Bixler, Da\id 
Bixler, Mrs. David 
Booth, H. J. 
Bosqui, Edward 
Boyd, James T. 
Boyd, John F. 
Breede, Henry L. 
Brereton, Robert 
Brittan, N. J. 
Bull, Alpheus 
Burnett, W. C. 
Cahill, Edward 
Callandreau, J. 
Coleman, Carlton C. 
Coleman, J, AV. 
Coleman, William T. 
Coleman, Mrs. AVilliam T. 
CoUins, W. J. 
Colton, Mrs. D. D. 
Cook, Seth 
Crocker, John H. 
Cushing, Volney 
Deane, Coll 
Dean, W. E. 
'Dennison, Mrs. L. 
Dewey, E. E. 
Dewey, S. P. 
Dewey, AVilliam P. 



De Young, M. H. 
Dodge, Henry L. 
Donohoe, Joseph A. 
Downey, John G. 
Duncan, AVilliam L. 
Eldridge, Oliver 
Eyre, E. E. 
Faull, John A. 
Felton, Charles N. 
Fitch, J. R. 
Flood, James C. 
Floyd, R. S. 
Forbes, A. B. 
Freeborn, James 
Fry, J. D. 
Garnett, Louis A. 
Gibbs, Frederick A. 
Gibbs, George AA^ 
Giffin, O. F. 
Glazier, Isaac 
Grant, Adam 
Graves, Robert N. 
Gray, R. B. 
Hager, John S. 
Haggin, James B. 
Haggin, Miss M. D. 
Hall, Harry P. 
Hanscom, John (). 
Harmon, A. K. P. 
Hastings, Charles F. D. 
Hay ward, A. 
Head, A. E. 
Heald, E. P. 
Hearst, Mrs. George 
Heuston, H. M. 
Heydenfelt, S. 
Hickox, George C. 
Hill, Harry C. 
Hill, Horace L. 
Hochkofler, R. 
Holcomb, AA^ A. 
Hooper, George F. 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER cl- CO., Pacific Ccast Agents 



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Hopkins, W. S. 
Hotaling, A, T. 
Howard, Mrs. Chandler 
Irwin, K, B. 
Jackson, J. P. 
Janin, Henry 
Jarboe, Mrs. Mary H. 
Johnson, Robert C. 
Keene, James R. 
Layman, F. O. 
Lent^ William 
Livingj-ton, Mark 
Livingston, Louis 
Ma<lden, Thomas P. 
May, John C. 
Mayne, Charles 
McLane, Louis 
Meinecke, Charles 
Merrill, John F. 
Mills, D. O. 
Moore, H. H. 
Morrow, Robert F. 
Murphy, E. P. 
Muybridge, E. J. 
Norris, William 
Norton, Edward 
Parrott, Mrs. A. M. 
Parrott, Louis B. 
Parrott, Tiburcio 
Payot, Henry 
Pierce, Henry 



Piatt, Rev. W. H. 
Prescott, George W. 
Redington, John H. 
Requa, Isaac L. 
Robinson, L. L. 
Roman, Anton 
Sawyer, L. S. B. 
Seligman, Abraham 
Schmiedel, Henry 
Scott, Miss Alice AV. 
Scott, Irving M. 
Scott, Henry T. 
Shaw, AVilliam J. 
Stanford, Leland 
Stearns, J. H. 
Sutro, Adoli)h 
Tevis, Lloyd 
Toland, Mrs. M. B. M. 
Tubbs, A. L. 
Underbill, Jacob 
Upham, Isaac 
Wallace, George 
Weill, Raphael 
Whartenby, James 
Whitcomb, A. C. 
Wiggins, W. W. 
Wilmerding, J. C. 
Winter, William 
Woodbun.', F. C. 
Woodworth, Selim 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 



Abbott, Charles H. 
Ames, Fisher 
Ashe, R. P. 
Bacon, Jacob 
Badlam, Alexander 
Ballenberg, N. 
Barker, T. L. 
Barron, Mrs. E. S. 
Bass, T. J. 
Beach, T. P. 



Belcher, ^V. C. 
Belknap, D. P. 
Beard, John L. 
Beaver, George AV 
Bemis, Charles C. 
Bender, Miss E. 
Birmingham, J. 
Bendel, Herman 
Bey fuss, Ernest 
Bigelow, S. C. 



Always reliable and uuiform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Kej- West Havana Cigars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION 



Bishop, Thomas P. 
Blaisdell, N. 
Boalt, John H. 
Bonnell, Edwin 
Borel, Autoine 
Brady, Harry J. 
Brayfogle, Edwin S. 
Briel, M. L. 
Britten, Joseph 
Brookes, Samuel M. 
Brown, Arthur 
Brown, Edward 
Brown, Mrs. J. E. 
Brown, Thomas 
Bruce, Donald 
Bruce, Robert 
Buckingham, Thomas H. 
Burrell, Miss Nellie E. 
Bush, Norton 
Bush, R. J. 
Cahn, David 
Callaghan, D. 
Carlson, C. J. 
Carrigan, A. 
Casanova, Henry 
Case, J. D. 
Castner, Mrs. C. A. 
Cebrian, J. C. 
Center, William 
Chadbourne, F. S. 
Chalmers, AV. L. 
Chamberlain, W. H. 
Chismore, George 
Chittenden. Alice B. 
Cope, W. W. 
Cornwall, P. B. 
Coulter, W. A. 
Crocker, Mrs Clarke W. 
Crocker, George 
Crocker, Henry J. 
Crocker, William H. 
Crockett, J. B., Jr. 
Danielwitz, Mrs. C. E. 
Davis, Horace 
Davis, H. C. 



Davis, S. B. F. 
D'Estrella, T. 
De la Mont any a, James 
Delong, Frank C. 
Denigan, Thomas 
Denny, Horace 
Dibble, H. C. 
Dolbeer, John 
Donahue, Mrs. Annie 
Donahue, J. Mervyn 
Donahue, P. J. 
Dornin, George D. 
Dugan, Miss Susie 
Dusbury, Horace 
Duncan, H. 
Dunham, Frank 
Dutard, H. 
Duval, George L. 
Eastland, Joseph G. 
Easton Wendell 
English, John F. 
Fair, Mrs. Theresa 
Farnfield, Charles P. 
Feder, Miss Ray S. 
Finegan, P. A. 
Fischer, Miss J. K. 
Fisher, Hugo 
Forman, R. B. 
Folger, James A. 
Fox, Chas. N. 
Freeman, Mrs. Littlejohn 
French, F. J. 
(jamble, Mrs. J. B. 
Gerberding, A. 
Gibbons, Mrs. Dr. H. Jr. 
Gibbs, C. V. S. 
Gifford. W. B. 
Goodall, Edwin 
Goodall, Charles 
Granniss, G. W. 
Grant, George F. 
(irant, Joseph D. 
Grant, Thomas C. 
Gump, Solomon 
Hamilton, Robert 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boue<l Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Carried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of ail first-class Grocers. MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION 



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Harvey, Downey 
Harring, William 
Harmon, Miss A. L. 
Harrison, R. C. 
Has Brouck, Joseph 
Haiisman, F. H. 
Hawes, A. G. 
Haquette, E. 
Heoht, M. H. 
Hedger, H. A. 
Hendry, Mrs. C. J. 
Heyman, Henry 
Higgins, Mrs. Wm. L. 
Hill, Thomas 
Hittell, Mrs. T. H. 
Hobart, W. 8. 
Hobls, Miss Jennie 
Hofer, Mme. Grandjean 
Hoffman, Ogden 
Hoi bach, August 
Holloway, W. E. 
Hooker, Charles G. 
Hopps, George H. 
Hughes, Dr. Jerome 
Hutchinson, E. J. 
Hyde, Roth well 
Irelan, AVilliam, Jr. 
Irwin, Joseph 
Jacobi, Frederick 
Jarnes, Mrs D. H. 
Johnson, J. C. 
Jones, W. S. 
Jorgensen, Christian 
Josselyn, Charles 
Joullin, A. 
Keith, William 
Kelley, Mrs. H. W. 
Kellogg, C. W. 
Kenitzer, Henry 
Koerber, August 
Kunath, Oscar 
Latimer, L. P. 
Lauden, Mrs. H. E. 
Le Breton, A. J. 
Lewis, Miss Rosa F. 



Lincoln, Jerome 
Livermore, Charles B. 
Lohse, John F. 
Lotz, Miss Matilda 
Lugsden, Jay 
Luther, John B. 
Lyser, Albert 
Lynch, Jeremiah 
Mallon, John 
Malter, G. H. 
Manning, Miss A. M. 
Marshall, Benjamin 
Marshall, Edward C. 
McCombe, John 
McCoppin, Frank 
McCormick, Miss Eva 
Martin, Mrs Eleanor 
Martin, P. J. 
Masten, N. K. 
Marye, George T. 
Meade, Calvert 
Mesick, R. S. 
Michalitschke, Mme. A. 
Middleton, S. P. 
Mighell, William E. 
Molera, E. J. 
Montague, W. W. 
Mont eagle, R. C. 
Morgan, E. D. 
Morretti, A. 
Nahl, W. H. 
Narjot, Ernest 
Newlands, F. G. 
Noble, X. H, 
Norton, Mrs. S. J. 
O'Connor, Cornelius 
Otto Ernest 
Parrott, John, Jr. 
Partridge, John 
Perkins, George C. 
Perkins, Samuel 
Pescia, Joseph J. 
Peters, Charles R. 
Phelan, James D. 
Pierce, Mis Ira 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up iu 
glass especially for Childreu's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION 



Pillsbury, E. S. 
Pixley, Mrs. F. M. 
Potter, E. E. 
Powers, G. H. 
Powning, Joseph 
Rathbone, J. L, 
Rathbone, Mrs. J. L. 
Rearden, T. H. 
Redding, Joseph D. 
Redington, W. P. 
Richards, D. 
Richardson, Mrs. D. S. 
Richardson, Mrs. M. C. 
Roberts, H. S. 
Robinson, C. D. 
Rodrigues, A. 
Roe, George H. 
Rogers, C. A. 
Rogers, E. B. 
Rollins, W. E. 
Roos, Joseph 
Rosentirn, Julius 
Rosewald, J. H. 
Ross, Thomas 
Russ, Henry B. 
Russ, Frederick 
Sabin, John. I. 
Samuels, B. C. 
Sanders, George H. 
Sawyer, A. F. 
Sawyer, Lorenzo 
Schmitt, Mrs. Henry 
Schnable, Herman 
Schussler, Toby 
Scrivener, Arthur 
Searles, Mrs. M. T. S. 
Seregni, F. 
Shafer, Frederick F. 
Shanklin, Mrs. A. S. 
Shaw, S. W. 
Shehan, Gen. John F. 
Skinner, Mrs. G. E. 
Sloss, Louis, Jr. 
Smedberg, W. R. 
Smith, Mrs.. Geo. Law. 



Smith, Sidney M. 
Smith, C. W. M. 
Smith, G. Frank 
Smith, Julius P. 
Smith, William F. 
Spence, Rudolf B. 
Spiers, James 
Spreckels, A. B. 
Spreckels, Glaus 
Spreckels, C. A. 
Spreckels, John D. 
Stadtmiller, F. D. 
Starbird, A. W. 
Stanton, John A. 
Stearns, Miss Nellie 
Steele, Edward L. G. 
Stone, B. F. 
Straus, M. 
Strong, George H. 
Sullivan, Frank J. 
Sumner, F. W. 
Swain, R. R. 
Swan, Benjamin R. 
Syz, Harry W. 
Tauer, I. W. 
Taylor, John 
Taylor, John W. 
Thors, Louis 
Tobin, Alfred 
Tobin, Robert 
Towne, A. N. 
Turnbull, AValter 
Turner, William E. 
Vail, A. H. 
Van Wyck. H. L. 
A^on Perbant, Carl 
Von Schroder, Baron J. H. 
Wadhams, L. 
AVallace, Mrs. W. T. 
Walter, I. N. 
Wandesforde, J. B. 
Watkins, A. A. 
Waymier, J. A. 
W^eill, Leon, 
AVelch, Sam'l B. 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Freuch Soups are put up for family use in 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

MAU. SADLER «t CO., Pacific Coast Agents 



SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION 135 

Wells, F. Marion Wilson, C. T. 

Wlieelan, Mrs. A. Randal Wilson, M. S. 

White, Lovell Wikon, S. M. 

Whitney, George E. Winsinger, F. S\ 

Whit well, William S. Withrow, Miss E. 

Williams, H. B. Wright, J. M. 

Williams, Frank Yates, Frederick 

Williams, PI. A. Yelland, R. D. 

Williams, Mrs. Virgil Zeile, Frederick W. 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. Ask your Grocer 
for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



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Handel and Haydn Society 



Pioneer Hall, Fourth Street 



The Haudel and Haydu Society was organized iu July 1886. and incorporated 
February, 1873, for the purpose of encouraging and promoting musical interest in Sau 
Francisco. Rehearsals are held every Tuesday evening at Pioneer Hall, after which 
any special business is transacted. The annual meeting is held in June. Any person 
may become an associate member by subscribing Ten Dollars per annum towards the 
funds of the Association. 



OFFICERS 



Joseph D. Redding 
James H. Dobinson - 
IsADOR Burns - 
J. R. Martin 
William Doxey 
John X. Whytlaw 
H. J. Stewart, M. B. 
Mrs. H, J. Stewart 



President 

FirBt Vice President 

Second Vice President 

Secretary 

- Treasurer 

Librarian 

Musical Director 

- Pianist 



directors 



John Parrott 
Leonard S. Clark 
George D. Cooper 
I. B. Whitcomb 



"Wendell Easton 



Julian B. Harris 
Adolph Helke 
James H. Culver 
AVilliam H. Tarrant 



H. J. Stewart 
Leonard S. Clark 



MUSIC COMMITTEE 



James H. Dobinson 



John Parrott 
William Doxev 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have no equal. Smoke them 

and see for yourself. 

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ACTIVE MEMBERS 



►SOPBANOS 



Allen, Miss Nellie 
Allen, Mrs E. D. 
Barnett, Miss K. 
Bartlett, Miss Colema 
Billington, Mrs Frank 
Blanding, Mrs H. H. 
Breed, Mrs J. C. 
Bridgeman, Mrs 
Brougham, Miss B. 
Bruce, Mrs M. 
Clark, Mies Addie 
Clark, MissB. 
Clark, Mrs F. W. 
Cohen, Mme. Waldo 
Collins, Mrs A. B. 
Crabb, Miss Carrie 
Curtis, Mrs T. J. 
Dellepiane, Mrs. K. 

Dhelig, Mrs A. J. 
Donnelly, Miss Ella 

Earle, Miss Lilian 

East on, Miss Emily 

Fay, Miss M. A. 

Fitzpatrick, Mrs. 

Fh^nn, Miss Nellie 

Gallagher, Mrs J. P. 

Gamble, Miss L. J. 

Gonzales. Mrs J. J. 

Gra}', Miss A. 

Gray, Miss E. 

Hackett, Mrs M. A. 

Hellman, Miss Pauline 

Hopkins, Mrs Carrie 

Ingham, Mrs E. J. 

Josephs, Miss Nellie 

King, Mrs M. G. 

King, Miss Nellie 

Little wood, Miss Ada 



Livingston, Mrs Anna 
Lester, Miss Mamie 
Mannion, Miss M. 
Marshall, Miss J. S. 
Mason, Miss J. 
McDevitt, Miss Annie R. 
Mclllraich, Mrs T. D. 
jVIcKay, Mrs Helen 
Morris, Miss M. 
Moser, Miss A. 
Moser, Mrs J. C. 
Northrup, Miss Agnes 
O'Brien, Miss A. 
Pace, Miss Emma 
Park, Miss A. T. 
Park, Miss L. 
Parkhurst, Mrs Helen M. 
Quigley, Mrs T. J . 
Rise, Mrs M. E. 
Roach, Miss Helen C. 
Roberts, Mrs Annie 
Russell, Mrs J. E. 
Sibley, Mrs H. J. 
Stebbins, Miss C. E. 
Stebbins, Miss L. 
Stebbins, Miss M. 
Stillwell, Miss Lillie 
Swallow, Miss Lizzie 
Tarrant, Miss R. M. 
Thompson, Mrs C. M. 
Thompson, Miss Ella 
Tomlinson, Miss S. 
True, Mrs R. W. 
Waterman, Miss Belle 
Waterman, Miss Eugene 
Wilson, Mrs C. T. 
Wohlke, Mrs 
AVoodworth Mrs James 



Chicken and Game Pates Truffled, made in the French style by the FRANCO-AMERI- 
CAN FOOD CO., will be found delicious for Breakfast, Lunch or Supper. Ask 
your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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ALTOS 



Booth, Mrs J. 
Brougham, Miss M. 
Clark, Miss A. 
Clark, Miss L. K. 
Clark, Mrs L. S. 
Clifford, Mrs A. 
Collins, Mrs L. M. 
Devlin, Miss Angy 
Devlin, Miss C, 
Dye, Mrs Josephine 
Gallagher, Miss Nellie 
Gamble, Miss N. E. 
Harnett, Miss Theresa 
Henneberry, Miss D. 
Heiier, Mrs H. R. 

Billington, Frank 
Brown, Alexander 
Camp, G. W. 
Clark, L. S. 
Coulter, W. A. 
Doxey, William 
Dudley, E. C. 
Dunlap, W. B. 
Dye, C. 
Fortescue 
Gililland, Q. J. 
Gray, Alexander J. 
Harries, J. B. 

Allen, E. D. 
Barrows, William 
Bridge, Walter 
Burhara, ^Y. S. 
Capp, C. S. 
Clark, C. B. 
Driscoll, James N. 
Edminster, William S. 
Eichenberg, H. G. 
Helke, A. 
Jones, Ellis 
Jones, H. S. 
Kelley, T. R. 
Ladd, S. E. 
Mayer, A. 



TENORS 



BASS 



Husing, Miss L. 
Martin, Miss Ada 
Morris, Mrs M. E. 
Morrrow, Mrs J. F. 
Older, Mrs Emma 
Otto, Miss Charlotte 
Parent. Mrs. C. L. 
Parks, Mrs Kate 
Pracht, Mrs Julia 
Small, Miss Ada 
Smith, Mrs J. P. 
Spiro, Miss A. M. 
Tobey, Miss 
Van Orden, MrsC. H. 
Wilcox, Miss Jeanette 

Kennedy, H. J. 
Knox, Thomas R. 
Martens, Henry 
McKean, W. 
Merrill, Eugene 
Morrow, J. F. 
>s'ixon, Thomas 0. 
Noble, A. 
Pope, b. C. 
Shew, William 
Spencer, M. M. 
Walsh, T. J. 
Whitcomb, G. F. 

McCurrie, J. P. 
O'Brien, Wm. T. 
Parent, C. L. 
Parks, Martin L. 
Pritchard, T. 
Ranshaw, W^illiam H. 
Ravenscroft, Dubey 
Sademan, Frank A. 
Schoenstein, F. F. 
Sparrow, A. J. 
Sullivan, Lucian N. 
Tarrant, W. H. 
Van Orden, C. H. 
AVhytlaw, J. N. 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate aud Cocoa Preparatious are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER it CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



HANDEIv AND HAYDN SOCIETY 



1H9 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Alvord, William 
Bacon, Jacob 
Baker, L. L. 
Baird, Mrs B. H. 
Barron, Mrs Edward 
Burns, Isidor 
Bruce, Robert 
Bowen, E. J. 
Bishop, Thomas B. 
Boalt, Judge J. H. 
Brown, W. E. 
Brittan, N. J. 
Boruck, M. D. 
Bancroft, A. L. 
Bowman, Mrs George F. 
Bigelow, S. C. 
Belcher, W. C. 
Bull, Mrs Alpheus 
Balfour, R. 
Eabcock, William 
Bowie, Mrs H. P. 
Badlam, Alexander 
Barstow, Mrs George 
Bailey, George B. 

Casanova, Henry 

Carey, John T. 

Cartner, Mrs C. A. 

Chapman, AV. B. 

Clark, Warren D 

Clunie, Thomas J. 

Cooper, George D. 

Cornwall, P. B. 

Crocker, Mrs Clark W. 

Crocker, Mrs E. B. 

Currey, Hon. John 

Darling, Major 

Dean, AV. E. 

Deering, F. P. 

Delmas, D. M. 

De Vecchi, Dr. P. 

De Young, M. H. 

Dibble, Henry C. 



Dillon, Thomas I. 
Dobinson, James H. 
Dodge, H. L. 
Durbrow, H. 
Douty, F. S. 
Easton, Wendell 
Eyre, Colonel E. E. 
Fair, Colonel J.G. 
Fair, Mrs Theres.i 
Fasanotti, Rev. A. 
Finn, Judge 
Fry, R. D. 
Gallatin, Albert 
Garnett, Mrs L. A. 

Grant, I. D. 
Grant, Thomas C. 
Gray, Rev. John 

Grow, Charles A. 
Hamilton, Robert 

Hammond, Richard P. 

Hawes, Colonel A. G. 

Harrison, R. C. 

Hallidie, A. S. 

Haquette, E. 

Heilbronner, August 

Hearst, Mrs George 

Hogg, James 

Hopkins, E. W. 

Holloway, W. E. 

Hoffman, Judge O. 

Hooker, Charles G. 

Hooper, George F. 

Howard, Charles Webb 

Huntington, W. 

Houghton, General J. F. 

Jacobi, F. 

Jarboe, J. R. 

Kerr, David 

Koenig, Frank 

Lesser, E. W. 

Lloyd, R. H. 

Lohman, Miss 



TCFT T Y'S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS have beeu sold iu this market for 

over ten vfars A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best on the market, 
o^er len jears. a >,umL « \j^^^ SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Lj-ncli, Hon. Jeremiali 
Marshall. Dr. Benjamin 
Mayne, Charles 
Malone, Drury 
Maxwell, Walter 
McConibe, John 
McDonald, Captain J. M. 
McKee, John 
MoKinstry, Mrs E. W. 
McKesick, Judge L. D. 
Merry. Mrs W. K. 
Meinecke, Charles 
Morrow, Robert F. 
Monteleagre, C. F. 
Morgan, E. D. 
]\Iurdock, C. A. 
Partridge, John 
Parrott, Louis T. 
Pausers, Dr. George H. 
Pew, J. W. 
Perry, John, Jr. 
Pierce, Mrs Ira 
Pixley, Mrs F. M. 
Pillsbury, E. S. 
Phelan. James D. 
Pond, Mrs Ella C. 
Potter, E. E. 
Prescott, G. W. 
Rankin, Ira P. 
Redding, Joseph D. 
Requa, Mrs 
Robinson, L. L. 
Rodgers, Arthur 
Sanders, George H. 
Sabin, John J. 
Sawyer, L. S. B. 
Scott, Irving M. 
Schussler, Mrs 



Sherman, L. C. 
Sherwood, Robert 
Simpkins, C. H. 
Smith, H. C. 
Smith, J. Henley 
Spaulding, Mrs Yolney 
Spencer, George W. 
Staples, Mrs D. J. 
Stadtmiller, F. D. 
Stump, Irwin C. 
Steinhart, J. 
Stearns, Miss Nellie 
Swan, Dr. Benjamin 
TeTis, Lloyd 

Tisdall, Captain William K. 
Tobin, Robert 
Towne, A. N. 
Truman, Ben C. 
Turnbull, Gen. AValter 
Van Ness, J. C. 
Van Ness Seminary 
Vessaria Louis 
Veuve, H. H. 
Waymire, James A. 
Weill, Raphael 
Wells, F. Marion 
Whitwell, Dr. W. S. 
Williams, Henry B. 
Wisson, Samuel M. 
Winsinger, F. L. 
AVood, W. S. 
Woodward, R. B. 
Wright, John A. 
Wooster, F. L. 
Younger, Dr. William J. 
Yates, Mrs R. H. 
Zeile, Frederick W. 



GORDON & DILWORTH'S Fiue Preserved Fruits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup, Wine 
Jellies, Etc., to be had at all fancy Grocers. 



MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Ageut,s. 



141 



Loring Club 



Rooms, 418 Sutter Street 



The Loring Club was founded in 1876 for the study of part songs and other music 
adapted to male voices, and consists of 60 active or singing, and 250 associate members- 
The revenue of the Club is derived from the associate members, who pay lio per 
annum as a subscription to defray necessary expenses. Rehearsals are he'd every 
Monday evening, and the regular meeting on the first Monday of each month. The 
annual invitation concert is considered as one of the fashionable events of the vear 



OFFICKRS 



F. F. Low, 
William Alvord, 
W. C. Stadtfeld, 

W. A. MURISON, - 

F. G. B. Mills, 
David W. Lorixu, 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Librarian 
Musical Director 



H. F. Miiller 



MUSIC COMMITTEE 



J. J. Morris 



Robert Husband 



VOICE COMMITTEE 



George St. J. Bremner 
T. S. Atherstone 



\Vm. Nielson 
R. Forster 



MATTONI'S GIESSHUBLER. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

of all Visitors at Carlsbad. MAU, SADLER & C ).. Pacific Coast Agents 



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LORING CLUB 



active; members 



FIRST TENOR 



Anderson, H. 
Blum, Salo 
Day, W. H. 
Fortesque, H. M. 
Graham, James H. 
Gray, E. S. 
Hirsch, A. 
Hii8l>and, R. 
:\ruller, P. 



Morrissey, J. G. 
Mould, R. I. 
Purlenky, G. 
Park, R. 
Stratton, C. A. 
Sylvester, W. G. 
Yon der Mehden, J. ]>. 
Crandall, E. D. 



SECOND TENOR 



Atherstone, T. S. 
Boy sen, E. C. 
Emmons, E. 8. 
Elder, A. 

Hutchinson, E. C. 
Howland, C. A. 
Husted, F. M. 



Landsberger, H. M. 
Mansfield, W. D. 
Morris, J. J. 
Mitchell, F. S. 
Milner, G. H. 
Snook, G. C. 
Stoy, S. B. 



FIRST BASS 



Forster, R. 
Hausman, F. H. 
Hueter, E L. 
Helke, A. 
Humphrey, J. G. 
Loring, P. 
Mills, F. G. B. 
Mundy, J. H. 



Mackay, W. 
McGauley, J. F. 
Morse, H. W. 
Nachtrieb, J. J. 
Stone, F. F. 
Stadfeldt, W. C. 
Tennent, T. 
Werth, F. A. 



SECOND BASS 



Amos, J. P. 
Austin, B. C., Jr. 
Bien, L. 
Courtney, F. C. 
Daly, S. J. 
Dobbs, L. L. 
Hooke, ^V. F. 



Murison, AV. A. 
Nielsen, William 
Piatt, C. W. 
Stone, C. B. 
Stark, G. J. W. 
AVoodbridge, A. 



TRY GRANDMA'S DEMJdllT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pound round canisters only. 
Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



LORING CLUB 



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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Adams, L. C. 
Alvord, AVilliam 
Alvord, Mrs William 
Adams, John M. 
Armstrong, Mrs H. AV. 
Alexander, S. Cameron 
Barker, Timothy L. 
Boysen, Ed. C. 
Boyd, James T. 
Baker, L. L. 
Blum, M. 
Bowers, G. W. 
Babcock, William 
Brown, W. E. 
Balfe, M. J. 
Bridge, H. S. 
Bundschu, Charles 
Burns, A. M. 
Brewster, C. W. 
Buckingham, A. E. 
Barnard, H. W. 
Belcher, E. A. 
Belcher, W. C. 
Bryant, George H. 
Briiggemann, H. 
Behlow, Charles J. 
Cooper, George D. . 
Corlson, Edward 
Cook, Dr. A. S. 

3Iiss 

Carmany, J. W. 
Crocker, Charles F. 
Crocker, Mrs C. W. 
Colton, MrsD. P. 
Craig, Lee D. 
Chapman, E. K. 
Gushing, F. AY. 
Day, Thomas J. 
Day, A. L. 
Dorr, Dr. L. L. 
Dean, W. E. 
Dornin, Oscar G. 



Dewitt, Cora A, 
Dickinson, John H. 
De Young, M. H. 
Eldridge, Oliver 
Easton, Wendell 
Ehrenberg, Dr. A. T. 
Endres, Jacob 
Eliot, J. B. 
Fox, C. W. 
Fiske, Henry M. 
Fenkhausen, C. 
Freeman, J. H. 
Forster, Samuel 
Famonville, B. 
Fargo, E. A. 
Fry, W. B. 
Gunn, J. O'B. 
GaUoway, W. T. 
Gambol, John M. 
Hausman, F. H. 
Husted, Mrs F. M. 
Hall, John C. 
Haight, Robert 
Hutchinson, E. C. 
Husband, Robert 
Harrison, J. W. 
Hart, Judge C. F. 
Higgins, J. E. 
Hobson, C. B. 
Hoppe, J. C. 
Hamilton, Robert 
Harrison, Ralph C. 
Hammond, Rev. J. D. 
Hopkins, Timothy 
Hill, Horace 
Hartley, J. W. F. 
Hornung, C. C. 
Ingram, Charles M. 
Jones, M. P. 
Jordan, R. 
Johnson, AV. P. 
Jones, W. S. 



How pleasant after the Theatre or an Evening Party to be able to offer your guests a 
iiice cup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 
,^M-.j«.x^ MAT'. SADLER & CO.. Paeific Coast Agents. 



retirin 



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Jeffers, Milo S. 
Johnson, M. M. 
jones, J. D. 
.Tarboe, John R. 
Kohler, Mrs Henry 
Kalisher, Edward 
King, H. L., Jr. 
Kern, F. W. 
Krogh, F. W. 
Knowles, T. C. 
Low, F. F. 
Landsberger, H. M. 
Llewellyn, Mrs E. 
Lofstad, John N. 
Lilienthal, P. N. 
Larsen, C. G. 
Lincoln, Jerome 
Lesser, E. W. 
Meek, H. W. 
Mills, Mrs James 
Murdock, C. A. 
Moore, James 
McDonald, R. H. M., Jr. 
McLean, Dr. R. A. 
McFarland, A. G. 
Munson, A. K. 
Mitchell, A. J. 
Miller, H. M. A. 
Mackay, Alexander 
Murison, W. A. 
Marshutz, L. C. 
Milner, C. H. 
Murray, B., Jr. 
Mott, Earnest 
Martin, William C. 
McBean, Mrs C. N. 
McGauley, Mrs J. F. 
Marston, E. W. 
MeMUe, W. R. 
Marsh, H. F. 
McKowen, W. A. 
McKee, John, 
Michaels, Henry 
Nordwell, O. W. 
Nachtrieb, J. J. 



Natorp, B. 
Neal, Allen S. 
Osborn, R. W. 
Overton, C. P. 
Partridge, Samuel C. 
Paige, Timothy 
Pennell, Thomas M. 
Perry, John, Jr. 
Pennie, J. C, Jr. 

Perwo, Walter 
Pidwell, C. T. 
Payne, George H. 
Price, Thomas 
Parrott, John 
Piatt, C. W. 
Paddock, E. L 
Quinn, William H. 
Robinson, L, L. 
Redding, Joseph D. 

Reinstein, J. B. 
Russell, Monson 
Shot well, Mrs J. M. 
Staab, H. G. 
Self ridge, E. A. 
Swain, Edward R. 
Sawyer, L. S. B. 
Stadtmiiller, F. D. 
Smith, Arthur A. 
Searle, Charles 
Sobey, A. L. 
Severance, J. S. 
Stanford, J. R. 
Scott, Horace V. 
Siebe, F. C. 
Smith, William F. 
Smedberg, Col. W. R. 
Swain, F. A. 
Stadtfeld, Jacob, Jr. 
Stone, W. S. 
Stow, V. 
Spreckels, J. D. 
Snook, F. W. 
Speyer, Mrs Norris 
Smith, Mrs George Law 
Smith, Frederick G. 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET nothing is better than a good nutritions, easily di- 
gested soup, such as is put up bv the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



LORING CI.UB 145 



Thompson, Thomas Weston, B. F. 

Titcomb, John A. Whitcomb, George F. 

Tittel, Robert AVhittemore, D. H. 

Truesdell, Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mrs. N. I. 

Tubbs,A.L. Wilson, Mrs. K. 

Wagner, H.L. AYilson, Miss E. fe. 

Walsh, George C. Wilson, Ramon E. 

Watkins, A. A. Williams, H. B 

Watson, James E. Wright, John A. 
AVatt, Rollo V. 



M\TTO\I'S CARLSBAD GIESSHUBLER retains its gas for au unusually lOBg time 
after the bottle has been opened^^Grocg-s and^Dnggists^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 



146 ADVERTISEMENTS 



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School and College Text-Books 

School Library Books and Cyclopedias 

Dictionaries and other works of reference 

ALSO 

School Stationery and School Apparatus 
School Desks unitf School Furniture 

Globes and Blackboards, Maps, Charts 

AXD 

Dictionary Holders, Record Books 

Rolls of Honor and Reward Cards 

Kindergarten Material, Crayons 
Erasers, Blocks, and Numeral Frames 

Tellurians, Orreries, Etc., Etc. 

School Outfits and FurnishUigs a Specialty 



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Pacific Club 



Ci,uB BuiivDiNG, North Bast Corner of Post and Grant Avenue 



The Pacific Club was established May 13th, 1852 for the promotion of social inter- 
course among its members, and was incorporated in March. 1882. The membership 
is limited, to 300 and in the admission of newmembersstrict conversatism is exercised. 
The government of the club is composed of nine Directors, who elect from their 
body a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. The entrance fee 
is 1200. 



OFFICERS, 1888-1889 

WiLT.iAM Alyord ----- President 
W. H. DiMOND - - - - Vice President 

Edgar J. De Pue Secretary 

John McKee Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



R. P. Hammond 
Russell J. Wilson 
R. H. Pease, Jr. 
Austin C. Tubbs 



William Alvord 
W. H. Dimond 
Edgar J. De Pue 
John McKee 



August J. Bowie 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Ctast Agents 



PACIFIC CLUB 



14'; 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Abbott, Charles H. 
Adams. John M. 
Aldrich, W.A. 
Alvord, William 
Ashe, R. Porter 
Baker, L. L. 
Barnes, W. H. L. 
Barrett, W. G. 
Barroilhet, Henry 
Belden, Josiah 
Benson, John 
Bigelow, Samuel C. 
Bishop, Thomas B. 
Blake, Maurice C. 
Blakeman, T. Z. 
Blanding, Gordon 
Booth, Newton 
Bourn, AVilliam B. 
Bowie, August J. 
Bowman, George F. 
Boyd, J. T. 
Brown, William E. 
Cadwalader, Charles 
Carey, John T. 
Center, William 
Chosebrough, A. 
Clark, Joseph 
Clay, C. C. 
Cofran, J. W. G. 
Coleman, Carlton C. 
Coleman, Evan J. 
Coleman, James V. 
Coleman, William T. 
Cornwall, P. B. 
Crocker, Charles F. 
Crocker, George 
Crocker, H. S. 
Davis, Horace 
Day, Clinton 
Del mas, D. M. 



De Pue, Edgar J. 
Dewey, Squire P. 
Dimond, William H. 
Dodge, Henry L. 
Donahue, J. M. 
Donahue, P. J. 
Doyle, John T. 
Drown, A.N. 
Dunphy, William 
Dunsmuir, Abxander 
Eastland, Joseph G. 
Ee] Is, Charles P. 
Eldridge, Oliver 
Evans, O. P. 
Eyre, Edward E. 
Fair, James G. 
Fargo, C. F. 
Felton, Charles N. 
Field, Stephen J. 
Fillmore, J. A. 
Flood, James C 
Flood, James L. 
Floyd, Ptichard S. 
Forbes, Andrew B. 
Foster, A. W. 
Fox, George H. 
Froelich, Jr., Christian 
Fry, John D. 
Gallatin, Albert 
Garber, John 
Gerald, E. F. 
Gibbs, George W. 
Givens, C. S. 
Goad, William F. 
Goewey, James M. 
Good all, Charles 
Grant, Adam 
Grant, George F. 
Grant, Joseph D. 
Grant, T. C. 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

Havana Cigars. MAU; SADLER ife CO., racific Coast Agents. 



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PACIFIC CLUB 



Grayson, George W. 
Grow, Charles A. 
Gunnison, A. J. 
Hager, George 
Hagar, John S. 
Hall, Henry E. 
Hall, ^yilliam Hammond 
Hallidie, A. S. 
Hamilton, Robert M. 
Hammond, Richard P. 
Harrington, W. P. 
Harrison, Ralph C. 
Harkness, H. W. 
Harvey, J. Downey 
Hawes, Alexander G. 
Hayne, Robert Y. 
Hearst, George 
Heath, Richard W. 
Henley, Barclay 
Herrin, W. F. 
Hoffman, Ogden 
Hoge, Josaph P. 
Holloway, "W. E. 
Hooker, C. G. 
Hooper, John A. 
Hopkins, E. W. 
Hopkins, Timothy 
Howard, Charles Webb 
Howard, John L. 
Hutchinson, Ely I. 
Janin, Henrj- 
Jarboe, John R. 
Jewett, J. H. 
Joioe, Erastus V. 
Jones, John P. 
Josselyn, Charles 
Keene, James R. 
Kellogg, M. B. 
Keyes, Erasmus D. 
Kimball, Gorham G. 
Kinney, Abbott 
Kirkham. Ralph W. 
Kohler, Hans H. 
Latimer, L. D. 
Lawler, F. W. 



Lawrence, W. H. 
Lawton, Gardner T. 
Lent, AVilliam M. 
Lincoln, Jerome 
Lloyd, Reuben H. 
Low, Frederick F. 
Lusk, F. C. 
Lyle, William S. 
Mann, H. R. 
Martin, W. H. 
Marye, Jr., George T. 
Mastic, E. B. 
Matthews, William 
Maxwell, George H. 
Maxwell. Walter S. 
Mayne, Charles 
McAllister, Hall 
McClure, David 
McCoppin, Frank 
McKee, John 
McMuUen, Frank 
McRuer, D. C. 
Menzies, Thomas 
Messick, R. S. 
Mills, Darius O. 
Mills, Edgar 
Molera, E. J. 
Montague, W. W. 
Morrow, Robert F. 
Murphy, D. T. 
Murphy, P. W. 
Murphy, Samuel G. 
Murphy, S. J. 
Newhail, E. W. 
Newhall, George A. 
Newhail, G. D. 
Newhall, W. Mayo 
Newhall, Walter S. 
Newlands, Francis G. 
Nickel, J. I-icroy 
Norris, William 
Paige, Calvin 
Parson, Edward 
Paulsen, A. C. 
Pearsons, H. A. 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkev, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue. Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Puddingand Potted Meats: to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



PACIFIC CI.UB 



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Pease, Jr., R. H. 
Phelaii, J. D. 
Pierson, William M. 
Pillslniry, E. S. 
Piatt, Horace G 
Prentiss, S. K. 
Prescott, George AV. 
Pringle, PL J. 
Randol, J. B. 
Redding, Joseph D. 
Redington, W. P. 
Rideout, y.D. 
Rix, Edward A. 
Robinson, Lester L. 
Rutherford, Thomas L. 
Sawyer, Albert F. 
Schmieden, Henry 
Schroder, Baron J. H. Von 
Schussler, Henry 
Scott, Irving M. 
Sharon, Frederick W. 
Sheldon, Mark 
Shorb, J. Campbell 
Shorb, J. I)e Barth 
Simpkins, Charles H. 
Simpson, A. M. 
Smith, Hiram C. 
Smith, Jr., Sydney V. 
Spreckels, A. B. 
Spreckels, Clans 
Spreckels, C. A. 
Spreckels, John D. 
Stanford, Leland 
Steele, E. L. G. 
Stewart, William M. 
Stillman, Alfred 
Stone, Charles B, 
Stoneman, George 
Swift, Charles J. 



Swift, John F. 
Symmes, F. J. 
Talbot, William H. 
Tallant, John D. 
Taylor, Chauncey 
Taylor, W. H. 
Tevis, Lloyd 
Theller, S. L. 
Thornton, H. I. 
Tobin, Alfred 
Tobin, Robert 
Tobin, Robert J. 
Tubbs, Austin C. 
Tubbs, A. L. 
Tubbs, Alfred S. 
Tubbs, William B 
Van Buren, Thomas B. 
Wadsworth, Henry 
Wftdsworth, J. C. L. 
Wallace, George 
Wallace, William T. 
Wattles, John B. 
Wensinger, F. S. 
Wetherbee, Henry 
Whittell, George 
Whittier, William F. 
Wick ware, George C. 
Wilder, Charles J. 
Willey, H. I. 
Wilmerding, J. C. 
Wilson, J. S. 
Wilson. Russell J. 
AVilson, Samuel ^L 
Wood, W. S. 
AVooster, Fred L. 
Worden, C. E. 
Wright, J. A. 
Yost, Daniel Z. 
Yost, John D. 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up in 
glass especially for Children's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



150 



PACIFIC CLUB 



ARMY AND NAVY MEMBERS 



Bean, Lieutenant William H. 
Bennett, Major F. T. 
Benyaurd, Major AV. H. H. 
Cotton, Lieutenant G. P. 
Darling, Major John A. 
Donohoe, Denis 
Heuer, Major W. H. 
Ludlow, Captain NicoU 



McKeever, General C. 
Mendell, Colonel G. H. 
Merrill, Captain A. H. 
Moale, Colonel Edward 
Oyster, Lieutenant J. S, 
Perry, General A. J. 
Price, Lieutenant David 
AVolcott, Captain C. C. 



Joined. Died. 

Sydney L. Johnson 1872 July 22, 1887 

Joseph H. Jones 1878 May 30, 1888 

N. G. Kittle 1868 Nov. 1880 

Samuel More 1882 Dec. 8, 1887 

R. F.Morrison 1870 March, 1887 

J. A. Paxton 1877 May 10, 1888 

A. A. Sargent 1879 Aug. 14, 1887 

S. B. AVakefield 1879 June 18, 1887 

J. W. Winans 1882 March, 1887 

Charles Crocker : 1870 Aug. 14, 1888 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S French Soups are put up for family use iu 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast A.gents. 



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The Highest Grade Champagne in the World 

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A Magnificent Rich Wine Perfection of a Dry Wine 



See that ei'ety Bottle bears the private Label of 

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Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast 



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309 & 31i STOCKTON STREET 



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151 



Union Club 



Ci,UB BuiiwDiNG, N. W. Corner op Post and Stockton Streets 



The Uniou Club began in 1854 as a private assoeiatiou, uuder the managemeDt of 
Colonel Canty, its objects being social intercourse and personal accommodation, and 
"was incorporated November 7th, 1865. The first rooms occupied were on Washington 
Street, near Stockton, but after a few weeks the Club moved to tliecornerof C&liforna 
and Montgomery, where they remained until the occupation, about two years ago, of 
their present magnificent building. The membership is limited to 600. 



OFFICERS 



John W. Coleman, 
Thomas Brown, 
William F. Russell, 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary and Treasurer 



directors 



Edgar Mills 
H. P. Gregory 
D. W. Earl 
George S. Ladd 
F. R. Webster 



John W. Coleman 
Thomas Brown 
William F. Russell 
H. W. Woodward 
AV. H. Howard 



Montgomery Fletcher 



YUM YUM sweet CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. 

Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



152 



UNION CLUB 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Abbott, George 
Allen, John De AVitt 
Alvord, William 
Ames, George E. 
Ames, P. Adams 
Andrews, Horace D. 
Babeock, Harry 
Babcoek, AVilliam 
Baird, Andrew 
Baker, Robert S. 
Baldwin, Charles A. 
Balfour, Robert 
Bandmann, Julius 
Banning, William 
Barney, James M. 
Bates, George E. 
Beale, Truxton 
Bell, Thomas 
Belloc, Hippolyte 
Bender, D. A, 
Bennett, M. D., Thomas 
Berg, William 
Bergin, Thomas I. 
Beylard, E. D. 
Bissell, William A. 
Blanding, Gordon 
Bliss, D.L. 
Boalt, John H. 
Boardman, G. C. 
Bonny, George 
Bonynge, C. W. 
Booker, William Lane 
Boomer, A. H. 
Booth, Newton 
Borel, Antoine 
Bostwick, I. S. 
Bourn, William B. 
Bowie, Henry P. 
Boyd, John F. 
Brander, George L. 



Brigham, M. D., Charles B. 
Brittan, Nathaniel J. 
Bromwell, Lewis L. 
Brown, Thomas 
Brown, William E. 
Browne, Ross E. 
Bruce, Robert 
Brugiere, Emile A. 
Burke, Martin J. 
Bush, Frederick D. 
Byrne, James K. 
Byrne, James W. 
Cahill, Edward 
Cahn, David 
Carpentier, Alphonse 
Carrey, Edmond 
Carrigan, Andrew- 
Casanova, Henry 
Cagtle, Frederick L. 
Chapman, Wilfrid B 
Clark, Joseph 
Cochinard, Fulgence 
Coit, Griffith 
Coleman, Evan J. 
Coleman, J. V. 
Coleman, John AV. 
Coleman, AVilliam T. 
Cook, Seth 
Cooper, E. M. 
Cooper, George D. 
Cormac, T. E. K. 
Costigan, James M. 
Coulter, George T. 
Crocker, Charles F. 
Crocker, Henry J. 
Crockett, Joseph B. 
Cropper, E. D. Thornburgh 
Culbertson, Arthur 
Cutter, Horace F. 
Dean, W^alter E. 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havaua Cigars have no equal. 

Smoke them and see for yourself. MAU. SADLER & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents. 



UNION CLUB 



153 



De Crano, Edmund G. 
De Guigne, Christian 
Delafield, Robert H. 
Denson, S. C. 
Derby, Chancellor 
Dewey, Eugene E. 
Dewey, AVilliam P. 
Dexter, Henry S. 
Dodge, Henry L. 
Dodge, William AV. 
Donahue, Peter J. 
Donohue, Joseph A. 
Donohue, Jr., Joseph A. 
Doyle, John T. 
Dunham, Benjamin F. 
Dunsmuir, Alexander 
Dupee, William R. 
Dutton, William J. 
Earl, Daniel W. 
Eastland, Joseph G. 
Eastman, H. B. 
Eldridge, Oliver 
Evans, Evan C. 
Ewing, Thomas 
Eyre, E. E. 
Fargo, Calvin V. 
Fletcher, Montgomery 
Flood, James C. 
Flood, James L, 
Floyd, Richard 8. 
Folger, James A. 
Follansbee, John G. 
Forbes, Andrew B. 
Forman, Charles 
Forman, Robert B. 
Foster, Charles J. 
Eraser, Thomas E, 
Freeborn, James 
Fricott, Jules 
Gallatin, A. 
Galpin, Phillip G. 
Gamble, James 
Gansl, Albert 
Gillette, Jr., Daniel B. 
Gilman, B. 



Gilroy, James R. 
Gilson, Livingston 
Glass, Louis 
Glenny, Henry AV. 
Godeffroy, AUred 
Good all, Edwin 
Goodman, James H. 
Goucher, W. H. 
Grant, Adam 
Grant, Joseph D. 
Graves, Robert N. 
Gray George E. 
Gregory, Henry P. 
Griffith, J. M. 
Grow, Charles A. 
Gunn, James O'B. 
Guthrie, Alexander 
Hager, John B. 
Haggin, James B. 
Haggin, Louis T. 
Hague, James I). 
Haldon, Edward B. 
Hale, Joseph P. 
Hall, John C. 
Hall, Marcus P. 
Hallidie, A. S. 
Hamilton , Alexander 
Hamilton, A. C. 
Hamilton, Robert 
Hammond, John Hays 
Hardin, H. E. 
Harmon, Albion K. P. 
Harries, W. H. 
Harrison, Henry D. 
Harrison, Ralph C. 
Harrison, Robert 
Hart, James W. 
Hart, Jerome A. 
Hastings, Robert P. 
Has we 11, Charles H 
Hayne, Robert Y. 
Hayward, Alvinza 
Head, Addison E. 
Hearst, George 
Hearst, William R. 



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H. 0. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



354 



UNION CLUB 



Heatley, Edward D. 
Hesketh, Sir Thomas 
Hewlett, Henry H. 
Hewston, John, Jr. 
Hill, Harry C. 
Hill, Horace L. 
Hobart, Walter S. 
Hockhofier, Rudolph 
Hodges, A. D., Jr. 
Hoffman, Southard 
Hoi brook, Charles 
Holden, Edward S. 
Homans, Harry S. 
Hooper, William B. 
Hopkins, Edward W. 
Hopkins, Moses 
Hopkins, William S. 
Hotaling, Anson P. 
Howard, Charles Webb 
Howard, William H. 
Hubbard, Samuel 
Hull, Edward 
Humbert, Pierre 
Huse, F. J., (M. D.) 
Hutchinson, A. J. 
Hyde, Frederick A. 
Ives, George I. 
Jackson, D. H. 
Janin, Henry 
Janin, Louis 
Jarboe, John R. 
Jaynes, Frank 
Jennings, Hennen 
Jerome, Henry A. 
Jones, John P. 
Jones, Samuel D. 
Jones, Simon L. 
Kane, Francis B., M. T). 
Keene, Harry 
Kellogg, Calvin W. 
Kenney, Charles A. 
Kerr, M. B. 
Keyes, Winfield Scott 
King, Homer S. 
Kittle, Jonathan G. 



Knowles, Josiah N. 
Ladd, George S. 
Larkin, Alfred Otis 
Lawler, Frank W. 
Layman, Frederick O. 
Lent, Eugene 
Lent, William M. 
Livingston, Mark 
Llewellyn, W. H. 
Locan, Frank 
Lombard, Orville D. 
Loomis, George 
Low, George A. 
Lowell, Charles 
Lukens, Edward G. 
Lyons, Thomas L. 
Macdonough, Joseph 
Mackay, John W. 
MacNeil, H. L. 
Madden, Thomas P. 
Marshall, M. D., Benjamin 
Martin, Henry McLean 
Martinez, F. N. R. 
Marye, George T. 
Mason, Charles 
Maxwell, John W. C. 
May, Henry 
Mayer, Josef 
McAfiee, C. William 
McAllister, Hall 
McAllister, Ward, Jr. 
McCoppin, Frank 
McFarland, Daniel 
McKinley, Archibald 
McMurray, Robert 
McNear, George W 
McNeil, H. L. 
McNutt, W. F. 
Merrill, John F. 
Meyer, Herman L. E. 
Meyer, William 
Mesick, Richard S. 
Middleton, Samuel P. 
Mills, D. O. 
Mills, Edgar 



Chicken and Game Pates Truffle3, made in the French style by the FRANCO-AMERI- 
CAN FOOD CO., will be found delicious for Breakfast, Lunch or Supper. Ask 



vour Grocer for them. 



MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



UNION CI.UB 



155 



Montague, Wilfred W. 
Moore, Robert !*^. 
Morgan, C. B. 
Morrow, Robert F. 
Moses, Charles S. 
Mozley, Brandon 
Mullins, C. F. 
Newlands, Frank G. 
Norris, William 
North, George L. 
Olmsted, AVilliam Neebit 
Oxnard, J. G. 
Oxnard, Robert 
Page, Charles 
Page, Henry 
Page, Wilfred 
Parrott, John 
Parrott, Louis B. 
Payne, Theodore 
Pay son, A. H. 
Pease, R. H., Jr. 
Peckham, E. P. 
Perkins, G. C. 
Petre, R. W. 
Pichoir, Henry 
Pillsbury, Evans S. 
Pixley, Frank M. 
Plater, J. E. 
Pogson, R. M. 
Polhemus, Charles B. 
Pool, I. Lawrence 
Prescott, George W. 
Preston, E. F. 
Quay, Joseph M. 
Rali-ton, William C. 
Randol, James B. 
Rathbone, Jared L. 
Requa, Isaa(3 L. 
Richards, Hugo 
Robinson, James A. 
Robinson, Lester L. 
Robinson, Sanford 
Roe, G. H. 
Rose, A. W., Jr. 
Russell, William F. 



Sabin, John I. 
Santa Marina, Eugene J. De 
Schroeder, Baron Henry Von 
Scott, Henry T. 
Scrivener, Arthur 
Searls, Justice Miles 
Selby, Prentiss 
Sharon, Frederick AV. 
Sherwood, Henry H. 
Shoobert, John E. 
Shorb, J. De Barth 
Shreve, George C. 
SisBon, Albert W. 
Slauson, J. S. 
Sloaner, Henry T. 
Smith, Hamilton, Jr. 
Smith, J. Henley 
Smith, William F. 
Southgate, James J. 
Spencer, G. W. 
Spreckels, A. B. 
Spreckels, J. D. 
Steele, Edward L. G. 
Steinbach, Rudolph 
Steinhait, Ignatz 
Steinhart, Sigismund 
Stephens, John D. 
Stetson, Edward Gray 
Stitt, John G. 

Stoutenborough , Charles H. 
Stringham, Irving 
Stubbs, John C. 
Swan, Benjamin R., ^l. 1>. 
Tarns, Sampson 
Taylor, John AV. 
Teschemacher, Henry F. 
Theobald, George J. 
Thomas, William 
Thompson, Joseph P. 
Thompson, Robert R. 
Tilford, E. A. 
Townsend, Frederick 
Tritle, Frederick A. 
Tucker, James E. 
Upham, Isaac 



KELLY'S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS have been sold in this market for 

over ten years. A sufficient guarantee that they are the Best on the market. 

ilAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



3o« 



UNION cr.uB 



Valentine, John J. 
Van Ness, Thomas C. 
Veuve, H. Henry 
Vouillemont, Eugene G. 
Wadsworth, Henry 
Walker, James D. 
AVallace, William T. 
Ward, D. Henshaw 
Watson. Charles L. 
Watt, Robert 
Webster, Frederick R. 
Webster, James 
Wenban, Shneon 
White, Josiali H. 
Whiting, Dwight 
Whitney, Francis L. 



Whitney, Joel P. 
Wheaton, George H. 
Wheeler, Harold 
Wigmore, A. A. 
Willard, William P. 
Williams, Henry B. 
Wilmerding, J. Clute 
Wilshire, William B. 
Wilson, Ramon E. 
Wilson, Russell J. 
Wise, E. E. 
Wood, W. S. 
AVoodward, Henry W. 
AVood worth, Selim E. 
Yerington, H. M. 
Zeile, Fred W. 



ARMY AND NAVY MEMBERS 



Amury, Lieutenant E. L. 
Becker, Prof. George F. 
Benyaurd, Major W. H. H. 
Brice, Lieutenant Com *d'r. John I. 
De Russy, Colonel I. D. 
Dillenback, Captain J. W. 
Emory, Captain W. B. 
Engard, Lieutenant E. C. 
Kerr, Mark B. 



Lopez, Lieutenant R. F. 
Lovell, Lieutenant J. Q. 
McKeever, General Chauncey 
Melville, Dr. W. H. 
Nichols, Lieut. Com'nder Henry E. 
Rose, lieutenant W. E. 
Selfridge, Lieutenant Russell 
AVatson, Cajjtain J. Crittenden 
Williams, Cajitain W. W. 



GORDON & DILWORTH'S Fiue Preserved Fruits. Jellies, Olives, Ketchup, Wiue 
Jellies, Etc., to be bud at all faucv Grocers. 

ilAU, SADLER ct CO., Pacific Coast Ageuts. 



157 



Cosmos Club 



CI.UB Building, 317 Powell Street 



The Cosmos Club was organized in 1881 aud incorporated in 1883. The member- 
ship is extensive, and the number of Army and Navy members is greater than in any 
of the other Clubs. The aim of the organizers to keep this Club the most select in 
the city has been preeminently successful, and its position as such is generally con- 
ceded. Every three months the members have a banquet in their elegantly furnished 
club house. 



OFFICERS 



Sampson Tams, 
S. G. Murphy, 
Claude T. Hamilton, 
C. P. Fabnfield, 



- President 

Vice-President 

Honorary Secretary 

Treasurer 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Sampson Tams 
>S. G. Murphy 
Claude T. Hamilton, 
C. P. Farnfield 



F. H. Green 



William Macondray 
Robert B. Woodward 
Henry Perry 
Warren D. Clark 



MATTONI'S GIESSHUBLER. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

of all Visitors at Carlsbad. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



158 



COSMOS CIvUB 



MEMBERS 



Abbott, Agustus 

Alexander, S. C. 

Alvord, H. B. 

Auzal, E. W. 

Ball, H. M. 

Bangs, Franklin 

Barry, Thomas F. 

Bartlett, Lieut. Col. Chas. L., U.S.A. 

Bartlett, Columbus 

Bass, Frederick 

Beauregard, A. T. 

Berk, p]ugene 

Beck, Walter F. 

Belknap, George E. 

Bell, J. A., U. S. N. 

Bennett, Major F. T. 

Boiling, Randolph 

Bowen, J. .J. 

Boyd, Colin M. 

Boyd, John F. 

Bradley. George L. 

Brant, Lieutenant L. P. 

Breeze, Charles K. 

Briel, M. L. 

Brison, William M. 

Browne, C. R.,U. S. N. 

Brumby, Lieutenant J. M. 

Burg, William 

Burnett, J. C, V. S. N. 

Burns, Paul O. 

Cahill, Edward J. 

Campbell, W. S. 

Carson, Samuel 

Center, AVilliam 

Chamberlin, L. A. 

Chappell, J. J. 

Clark, AVarren D. 

Clarke. E. K. 

Clough, Charles L. 

Cohen, E. A. 



Cole, Charles M. 

Cole, Edward P. 

Cole, Thomas 

Coleman, Nicholas D. 

Costigan, James M. 

Crocker, H. J. 

Cummins, F. 

Cunningham, J. M. 

Curtis, Jonathan 

Cutting, John T. 

Danforth, E. P. 

Dapray, J. A., U. S. A. 

Dargie, T. T. 

Dargie, W. E. 

Davis, Dr. H. C. 

Davis,! William, 

Davison, H. 

Deane, Dr. C.W.,TT. S.N. 

Degener, L. E. 

Dietz, Dr. W. D., U. S. A. 

Dimond, H. P. 

Doe, Loring B. 

Donohoe, Denis 

Drummond, J. H. 

Dunning, W. B., U. S. N. 

Easton, A. M, 

Easton, Wendell 

Eliot, J. B.,IT. S. A. 

Elliott, A. C. 

Faison, Lieutenant S. L. 

Farnfield, C. P. 

Folger, J. A. 

Folsom, George S. 

Folsom, J. R. 

Forney, Stehman 

Friedlander, T. C. 

Fulvveiler, Judge J. M. 

Gardner, Dr. James E., U. vS. N. 

Garrett, L. M., U. S. N. 

Gilmore, F. P. 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pouud round canisters only 
Ask your Grocer for it. JIAU, SADLER & CO.. Sole Proprietors. 



COSMOS CLUB 



159 



Gonzalez, A. B. 

Goodrich, Taylor 

Graves, Ernest 

Grayson, Robert R. 

Greble, E. St. J. 

Green, T. H. 

Hamilton, C. F. 

Hamm, L. J. 

Harrison, Dalton 

Harrison, G. F. E. 

Harrison, W. G. 

Harron, John 0. 

Hayes, George R. B. 

Haymond, Edgar 

Hayne, Robert Y. 

Heitschu, Samuel 

Henderaon, J. H. 

Heppner, J. O. 

Herron, J. O. 

Heuer, W. H. 

Higgin, L. F. 

HilL Lieutenant F. K., V. S. N. 

Hughes, Capt. Robert P., U. S. N. 

Hunt, John 

Ives, Stephen J). 

Janeway, John H. 

Johnson, C. R. 

Kerr, Mark 

Kingsbury, Frank 

Knight, N. R. 

Kohler, Hans H. 

Langhorne, 3 . P. 

Layman, F, O. 

Lichtenberg, William 

Loughhead, H. W. 

Luckhardt, C. A. 

Ludlow, N. 

Ludovici, F. AV. 

Lyman, Colonel AV. W. 

]Ma<'ondray, AVilliam 

Marsli, Lieutenant F. T., U. S. A. 

Martin, Henry 

Marwedel, E. H. 

McBean, P. McG. 

McCarthy, T. F. 



McDonald, R. H. 

McGninness, J. P., U. S. N. 

McKinstry, E. W. 

McLean, S. 

McMonagle, Beverley 

Meade, George W. 

Merle, C. F. 

Molera, E. J. 

Moore, Howell C. 

Morgan, Percy J. 

Murphy, James J. 

Murphy, S. G. 

Murray, A. S. 

Naunton, R. H. 

Jslblack, H. P., U. S.N. 

Nugent, J. F. 

Okell, Charles J. 

Oliver, J. H., U. S. N. 

Orcutt, F. L. 

Parke, Lyman C. 

Patterson, A. Van R. 

Pearce, C. W. 

Peck, Lieutenant F. P. 

Perry, Henry 

Pomeroy, C. P. 

Powuing, Joseph 

Price, Thomas 

Randall, George C. 

Randolph, Daniel L. 

Reid, R. I., U. S. N. 

Roach, Philip 

Rothwell, J. P. 

Runcie, James E. 

Sessions, George W. 

Schenck, AV. T. Y. 

Scott, J. A. 

Shipley, John H.,U. S.N. 

Simpson, J. 

Simpson, AV. P. 

Smith, C. AV. 

Somervell, AA''. S. 

Starr, AA^illiam C. 

Stewart, George Taylor 

Stone, AV. L. 

Stoney, George M. 



How pleasaut after the Theatre or an Evening Partv to be able to offer your guests a 
nice cup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 
retiring, MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



160 



COSMOS CLUB 



iStrother, Lieutenant L. H., U.S.A. 

Htuart, William 

Siillivan, Frank J. 

Sullivan, Matthew I. 

Sullivan, Maurice J. 

Swift, Charles J. 

Tarns, Sampson 

Tatum, H. L. 

Ten Bosch, .T. :\r. 

Terrill, George M. 

Tevis, H. L. 

Thompson, R. A. 

Thornton, Crittenden 

Tilden, Charles F. 

Tillingha&t, D. F. 

Tisdall, Capt. W. N., U. S. N. 

Tucker, S. E. 

Turner, J A., U. S. N. 

Vale, AViUiam 

Wagner, H. L. 

Wagoner, Luther 

AValker, N. S., Jr. 

AVarburton, E. T., V. S. N. 

AVashington, John T. 



AVashburn, C. A. 

AVaterworth, Henry AA^. 

Watson, Capt J. Crittenden, U. S. N. 

Watts, W. P. 

AA'eber, Arthur 

AVelles, Charles L. 

AA'elles, Lieutenant Roger, L'. S. N, 

Wheeler, AVilliam R. 

AVhite, \S\ P. 

AA'hiting, Dr. Robert, U. S. N. 

Whitney, J. I). 

AVickes, G. W. 

AVinn, Lieutenant F. L., U. S. N. 

AA'ise, John H. 

AVood, Lieutenant A. N., U. S. N. 

Wood, C. H. 

Wood, H. P. 

Wood, Lieutenant S. S., U. S. N. 

AVoodward, R. B. 

Young, Tliomas 

Younger, Dr. AVilliam J. 

Yost, John D. 

Zeilin, W. S. 



MATTONI'S Carlsbad GIESSH'lBLER retains its gag for au unusually loug time 
after the bottle has been opened. Grooers and Druggists keep it. 

MAU, ."iADIJilR A CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



161 



The Bohemian Club 



Cta'b Rooms, 430 Pine Street 



The Bohemian Club was organized April 1, 1872. It was instituted for the associa- 
tion of gentlemen connected professionally with literature, art, music, the drama, 
and of those having appreciation of the same. The membership is limited to 500. 
The " High Jinks " held on or about the last Saturday evening of each month is the 
distinctive featxire of this Club. 



OFFICERS 



Benjamin R. Swan 
TIy, Brady 
Albert Gerberding 
James A. Thompson 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

- Treasurer 



directors 



Alexander G. Hawes 
Joseph N. H. Irwin 

Frederick W 



Zeile 



Stewart Menzies 
John Abrams 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET nothing is better than a good nutritious, easily di- 
gested soup, such as is put up bv the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO. 

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LIST OF MEMBERS 



Abbott, Charles H. 
Abrams, John 
Adams, John M. 
Allen, John DeW. 
Alvord, William 
Arditi, Lnigi 
Ashe, R. Porter 
Austin, Joseph 
Babcock, Harry 
Babcock, William 
Baker, Livingston L. 
Bancroft, Albert L. 
Barclay, Peter T. 
Barnes, W. H. L. 
Barrett, Lawrence 
Barroilhet, Henry 
Bartlett, Gideon N. 
Barton, Willard T. 
Bates. Morris S. 
Barley, George B. 
Bayley, Robert 
Beach, Thomas P. 
Beard, John L. 
Beaver, George W. 
Be Dell, William B. 
Behr, Herman H. 
Belcher, William C. 
Belknap, David P. 
Bender, Andrew S. 
Bennet, Thomas 
Berry, Fulton G. 
Berry, Washington 
Bigelow, Henry D. 
Bishop, Thomas B. 
Bloompr, H. R. 
Boalt, John H. 
Boardman, George C 
BOTiestell, John T. 
Bonynge, Charles W. 
Booth, Edwin 



Boruck, Marcus D. 
Bosqui, Edward 
Bosworth, H. M. 
Bourne, John B. 
Bouvier, Alfred 
Bowejs, Mrs D. 
Bowie, Allan St. J. 
Bowie, Augustus J., Jr. 
Boyd, James T. 
Brady, Harry J. 
Brandt, Hermann 
Brastow, Solomon D. 
Briggs, F. H. 
Brittan, Nathaniel J. 
Bromley, George T. 
Bromley, Isaac H. 
Brookes, Samuel M. 
Brooks, William 
Brown, John W. 
Brown, Roland G. 
Brown, William E. 
Bruguiere, Emil A. 
Budd, AVayman C. 
Bullard, L. J. 
Bunker, William M. 
Burke, Hugh M. 
Bush, David 
Bush, Richard J. 
Butler, George E. 
Cahn, David 
Camp, G. A. 
C'arlsen, Emil 
Carlson, Charles J. 
Carolan, Francis J. 
Cartan Francis M. 
Casanova, Henry 
Castle, Frederick L. 
Castle, Michael 
Center, William 
Chad bourne, Forrest S. 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

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Chapman, AVilfred B. 
Chenery, Leonard 
Chester, Frederick 
Chismore, George 
Churchill, Clark 
Clark, Benjamin 
Clark, AVilliam C. 
Clemens, Samuel L. 
Clement, Henry N. 
Clough, Charles L. 
Clough, Edward H. 
Clunie, Thomas J. 
Coleman, William P. 
Coleman, William T. 
Coney, Alexander K. 
Cook, >5eth 
Cook, William Hoff 
Coolbrith,IraD. 
Cope, Warner W. 
Cox, Jennings S. 
Cramer, Francis A. 
Crocker, Charles F. 
Crocker, George 
Crocker, Henry J. 
Crocker, William H. * 
Crockett, Joseph B. 
Culbertson, Arthur 
Cunningham, John S. 
Curlett, William 
Currey, M. S. 
Cutter, Chester G. 
Dam, Henry J. W. 
Davenport, William B. 
Davis, Abraham Barker 
Davis, A. INTcFarland 
Davis, George A. 
Davis, Henry L. 
De Ve;-chi, Paolo 
Dean, Walter E. 
Dennis, S. AV. 
De Pue, Edgar J. 
Dewey, Eugene E. 
Dewey, William P. 
Dibble, Henry C 
Dickson, George E. . 



Dimond, William H. • 
Diss, J. W. F. 
Dodge, AVilliam W. 
Donahue, J. Mervyn 
Donahue, Peter J. 
Dornin, George D. 
Douty, Frank S. 
Dungan, Charles W. 
Dunsmuir, Alexander 
Durbrow, Harry 
Duval, George L. 
Earnest, Joseph T. 
Edwards, Henry 
Edwards, John G. 
Edwards, William P. 
Eickhoff, Henry 
Elliot, Charles 
Estee, Morris M. 
Evans, Augustus F. 
Ewer, Warren B. 
Fargo, Calvin F. 
Fargo, Jerome B. 
Farnfield, Charles P. 
Field, Henry K. 
Finn, John F. 
Fisher, George A. 
Fletcher, George William. 
Flint, Brilsford P. 
Flood, James L. '* 

Florence, AVilliam J. 
Folger, James A, • 
Foote, Lucius H. 
Forsyth, William 
Foster, Charles J. 
Fox, Charles N. 
Fox, Henry L. 
Fox, Joseph M. 
Freeborn, James 
French, Frank J. 
Friedenrich, Samuel 
Froelich, Chris^tian, Jr. 
Froude, James A. 
Gallegos, Juan 
George, Henry 
Gerberding, Albert 



Always leliable and imiforra— HORACE R. KELLY & CO'S Key West Havaua Cigars. 

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Gibbs, William C. 
Gillespy, John H. 
Gillig, Henry M. 
Gilraan, Charles H. 
Godoy, Jose F. 
Goodall, Edwin 
Goodrich, J. King 
Goold, E. Louis 
Gordon, C. Powell 
Gower, Samuel J. 
Graham, James H, 
Granniss, George W. 
Grant, George F. 
Grant, Joseph D. 
Grant, Thomas C. 
Grayson, Robert R. 
Greathouse, Clarence R. 
Green, Charles E. 
Greene, Clay M. 
Grismer, Joseph R. 
Gunter, Archibald C. 
Gutte, Isador 
Haggin, James B. 
Haldan, Edward B. 
Hall, Frederick W. 
Hall, Henry E. 
Hall, John C. 
Hamilton, Alexander 
Hamilton, Edward H. 
Hammond, Richard P., Jr. 
Haraszthy, Arpad 
Hardit), Charles H. E. 
Harney, William 
Harrison, Ralph C. 
Hart, Jerome A. 
Hartdegen, Adolph 
Hartshorne, Benjamin M. 
Harvey, J. Downey 
Hasbrouck, Joseph 
Hastings, Charles P. 
Hathaway, W^illiam R. 
Haven, Charles G. 
Hawes, Alexander G. 
Head, Addison, E. 
Hearst, George 



Hearst, William li. 
Hellman, Horace G. 
Herold, Rudolph, Jr. 
Herzold, Theodore I>. 
Hesketh, Thomas 
Hew^ston, John Jr. 
Heyman, Henry 
Hickox, George C. 
Hilborn, Samuel G. 
Hill, Barton 
Hill, Henry C. 
Hill, Horace L. 
Plill, Thomas 
Hobart, Walter S. 
Hochkofler, Rudolph 
Holland, Gustav 
Holloway, William E. 
Holmes, Oliver AV. 
Holmes, Walter G. 
Hooker, C'. Osgood 
Hooker, Robert G. 
Hooper William B. 
Hopkins, Edward W^ 
Hotaling, Anson P. 
Howard, Charles Webb 
Huse, Frederick J. 
Hussey, Horace P. 
Irw'in, Benoni 
Irwin, Joseph N. H. 
Ives, George I. 
Jarboe, John R. 
Johannes, H. C. 
Johnson, Charles B. 
Johnson, E. Covington 
Johnston, Thomas W. 
Jones, Harrison A. 
Jones, Roswell S. 
.losselyn, Charles 
Joullin, Amedee 
Kaeding, Charles 
Keeney, James W. 
Kelley, Edgar S. 
Kelly, Allan P. 
Kenney, Charles A. 
Kimball, George H. 



Try The FRANf;0-AMERlCAN FOOD CO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up iu 
glass especially for Children's Diet, luvalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

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165 



King, Joseph L. 
Knight, George A. 
Kohler, Richard 
Landers, John 
Landers, William J. 
Lansing, Gerrit L. 
Larkin, Alfred O. 
Lathrop, Barbour 
Lath r op, John M. 
I/eerbnrger, J. S. 
Leonard, Charles Lee 
Leverson, Montague R. 
Lichtenberg, William 
Lippincott, Mrs Sarah M. 
Lloyd, Reuben H. 
Loring, Francis H. 
Loryea, A. M. 
Ludovici, r. W. 
Luther, John B. 
Lynch, Jeremiah 
Macdonough, Joseph 
MacFarlane, Edward C. 
Maddox, C. H. 
Magill, Arthur E. 
Malone, John T. 
Malpas, Alfred 
Malter, George H. 
Marcus, George 
Marshall, Benjamin 
Marshall, Henry 
Martin, J. P. 
Martinez, Henry 
Marye, George T. , Jr. 
Mau, William F. 
Maxwell, Walter 8. 
Mayer, Samuel 1). 
Maynard, John B. 
McAllister, M. H. 
McComb, John 
McDonald, James M. 
McDonald, M. Jasper 
McDonald, Mark L. 
Mclver, Charles C. 
McNutt, William F. 
Mead, Lewis R. 



Meade, Calvert 
Melliss, D. Ernest 
Melone, Drury 
Menzies, Stewart 
Mickle, Etting 
Miller, Albert 
Miller, C. O. G. " 
Miller, H. M. A. 
Mills, Edgar 
Mills, F. G. B. 
Mix, Lee W. 
Mizner, Lansing, Jr. 
Montealegre, C. F, 
Montgomery, George T. 
Moore, Arthur W. 
Moore, Elliot J. 
Moore, Horace H. 
Morris AVilliam 
Morrow, Robert F. 
Morrow, William AV. 
Morton, John M. 
Moulder, Andrew J. 
Muecke, G. A. E. 
Murphy, Eugene P. 
My rick, Milton H. 
Nagle, George W. 
Neal, Charles S. 
Neame, Douglas J. 
Newcomb, Thomas 
INewhall, George A. 
Newhall, George D. 
Newlands, Francis G. 
Niles, Addison C. 
Noble, Patrick 
Norris, William 
O'Connell, Daniel 
Ogden, Richard L. 
Oliver, William Letts 
Ollino, Joseph 
Palmer, Clinton 
Palmer, Edwin C. 
Parker, Hubbard G. 
Parrot t, Louis B. 
Parsons, Thomas J. 
Partridge, John 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chiokeu, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fo\rl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
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Paton; R. W. 

Payne, Theodore F. 

Payne, AVarren R. 

Payne, William H. 

Payot, Henry 

Pease, Richard H., Jr. 

Perkins, Frederick B. 

Perkins, George C. 

Pew, John W. 

Phelan, James D. •? 

Pierce, Henry B. 

Pillsbury, Evans S. 

Pissis, Albert 

Pixley, Frank M. 

Piatt, Horace G. 
Plummer, Charles B, 
Polk, Joseph B. 
Pomroy, Everett B. 
Pond. E. B. 
Pope, John F. 
Posey, Addison C, 
Powers, George H. 
Pratt, George 0. 
Pratt, J. W. 
Prescott, George AV. 
Preston, Edward F. 
Price, Arthur F. 
Price, David 
Raschen, Henry 
Redding, Albert P. 
Redding, Joseph D; 
Reiiling, Edward W. 
Reynolds, Frank B. 
Richmond, Charles A. 
Richter, C. Max 
Rickard, Reuben 
Rix, Julian AV. 
Robertson , Peter 
Robertson, Thomas F. 
Robinson, Cornelius P. 
Robinson, James A. 
Robinson, Sanford 
Roche, John J. 
Rodgers, Arthur 
Roeckel, Joseph 



Roger, Randolph 

Rogers, Robert C. 

Rollins, Edward W. 

Rose, Andrew AV., Jr. 

Rosenstirn, Julius 

Rosewald, J. H. 

Rowell, Leonard F. 

Roy, Robert 

Ruggles, James D. 

Rutherford, Alexander H. 

Rutherford, Thomas L. 

Sabin, John I. 

Salvini, Tommaso 

Sanger, Joseph P. 

Sanderson, George R. 

Sayre, J. Hunt 

Schenck, Caspar 

Schmidt, Louis 
Schussler, Herman 
Severance, James S. 
Sexton, AVilliam 
Sharon, Fred. AA"". 
Shaw, Charles N. 
Shaw, Stephen AV. 
Sheehan, John F. 
Sherwood, AVilliam R. 
Shreve, George R. 
Simpson, John H. 
Simson, Robert 
Sloan e, Henry T. ''^ 
Sloss, Leon 
Sloss, Louis, Jr. 
Small, A. H. 
Smedberg, AA\ R. 
Smith, Brainard F. 
Smith, Colin M. 
Smith, C. AV. M. 
Smith, J. Mott 
Smith, Sydney M. 
SomerS; Frederick M. 
Spencer, George AV. 
Sperry, George B. 
Spreckels, Adolph B. ' 
Spreckels, C. August 
Spreckels, John D. 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S Freuch Soups are put up for family use in 
quart and pint caus and one and a half pint ^lass jars. ' ' ^ '""^ '"™''» ^^^ "^ 

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IStanton, John A. 
Staples, David J. 
Steel, Thomas 
Steele, Edward L. G. 
Stetson, James B. 
Stewart, H. J. 
Stokes, James Brett 
Stone, Charles B. 
Stone, Frank F. 
Stone, Walter S. 
Story, George A. 
Stoutenborough, Charles H. 
Straus, Meyer 
Strong, George H. 
Strong, Joseph D., Jr. 
Stuart, James E. 
Stuart, John 
Sullivan, Frank J . 
Sullivan, Sir Arthur 
Sumner, Frank W. 
Swan, Benjamin R. 
Swett, John 
Syz, Harry W. 
Tavernier, Jules 
Taylor, Edward G. 
Taylor, John W. 
Taylor, Stuart 
Taylor, William S. 
Teschemacher, Henry F. 
Thomas, William 
Thompson, A. Slason 
Thompson, James A. 
Thompson, AVilliam Neely 
Thornton, Crittenden 
Tichenor, J. Fred 
Tippett, J. E. 
Townsend, Edward W. 
Tracey, Robert L. 
Truman, Benjamin C. 
Tubbs, Austin C. 
Turnbull, Walter 
Twiggs, John W. 
Thler, J. Clem 
linger, Frank L. 
Upham, Isaac 



F^pton, Matthew G. 
Valentine, John J. 
Van Ness, Thomas C. 
Vieter, Conrad 
Von Hulm, Alexander 
Von Perbandt, A. 
Wads worth, Henry 
W^ads worth, James C. L. 
Wallace, William J. 
AValter, William 
AValton, Charles L. 
Walton, Frederic A. 
Wandesforde, Juan B. 
Ward, William 
Washington, Frank B. 
Waterhouse, Columbus 
Waterman, Waldo S. 
Wattles, John B. 
W^aymire Sames A. 
Webster, Frederick R. 
Weill, Leon 
Weill, Raphael 
W^ells, F. Marlon 
Wells, George R. 
AVheaton, George H. 
White, William H. 
Whiting, Dwight 
Whitney, George E. 
Whit well, William S. 
Wiggiu, Marcus P. 
Willey, Harry I. 
Williams, Frank 
Williamson, James C. 
Wilson, Frank P. 
Wilson, John Scott 
Wilson, Mountford S. 
Wilson, Robert A . 
Wilson, Russell J. 
Wilson, Samuel M. 
Winslow, Chauncey R. 
Winter, William 
Woods, John S. 
Woods, Robert J. 
Woodward, Robert B. 
Woodworth, Selim E. 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. Ask your Grocer 
for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



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Wores, Theodore 
Wright, Charles W 
Wright, George S, 
Yale, Charles G. 



Yates, Frederick 
Younger, William J. 
Zeile, Frederick W. 



ARMY AND NAVY MEMBERS 

Batcbelder, Colonel R. N., U. S. A . Runcie, Lieut. James E., U. S. A. 
Chapman, Lieut. James H., U. S.N. Schenck, Capt. W. S.,U. S. M. C. 
Darling, Captain John A., U.S.A. Strickland, Lieut. George D., U.S.N. 
Fletcher, Lieut. Robert H., U.S.A. Strother, Lieut. L. H., U. S. A. 
Gait, Lieutenant Rogers H., U.S.N. Towers, John A. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Arditi, Luigi 
Booth, Edwin 
Booth, Newton 
Bowers, Mrs D. P. 
Bromley, Isaac H. 
Brookes, Samuel M. 
Clemens, Samuel L. 
Coolbrith, Misslna I). 
Froude, James Anthony 
Gilman, Daniel C. 



Holmes, Oliver Wendell 
Lippincott, Mrs Sarah 
Miller, Joaquin 
Rogers, Randolph 
Salvini, Tommaso 
Stoddard, Charles Warren 
Wallace, William T. 
Wilson, J. Crawford 
Winter, William 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have no equal. Smoke them 

and see for yourself. 

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Merchants League 



Rooms, FXood Biii^ding, Cor. Market and Fourth Sts. 



The first meeting of the Merchauts' League of Sau Francisco was held November 
'2'Jth, 1887, at the Palace Hotel, aurl the League was incorporated in 1888 with One 
Hundred Members. The object of the organization is the mercantile and social 
advaucemcDt of its members, whose number is limited to Five Hundred. 



OFFICERS 



M. J. Flavin 
Colonel A. Andrews 

T. G. HOGAN 

C. H. Ramsden 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

- Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



R. F. Bunker 
M. Hart 
M. D. Nolan 
J. Goldberg 



Colonel A. Andrews 



Thomas Keane 
L. S. Kast 
J. R. Smith 
C. P. Kennedy 



Chicken and (lame Pates Truffled, made in the French style by the FRANCO-AMEBI- 
CAN FOOD CO., will be found delicious for Breakfast, Lunch or Supper. Ask 
your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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MERCHANTS' I.EAGUE 



I.IST OF MEMBERS 



Atkern^an, E. J. 
Allen, William E. 
Andrews, Colonel A. 
Aronson, P. 
Backus, J. H, 
Bancroft, W. B. 
Battelheim, C 
Bayly, Charles 
Beamish, P. 
Black, H. M. 
Boland, P. 
Bolton, A. E. 
Bo wen, H. A. 
Brandt, M. 
Brooke, George C. 
Brown, S. H. 
Bunker, R. F. 
Burke, F. H. 
Burns, I. R. 
Chadbourne, F. S. 
Clark, C. H. 
Cogan, John 
Cohn, G. 
Cohnreich, I. 
Colley, F. A. 
Cooper, George D. 
Davis, A. M. 
Belong, F. C. 
Descalso, P. 
Donnelly, E. J. 
Donovan, John 
Dunphy, William 
Flavin, M. J. 
Fletcher, G. W. 
Fredericks, J. 
Godchaux, E. 
Goldberg, Jacob 
Goodrich, E. D. 
Grant, T. M. 
Grass, F. 



Griswold, A. W. 
Gump, S. 
Hampton, L. F. 
Hart, J. 
Hart, M. 
Herrman, C. 
Higgins, P. 
Hoffman, J. A. 
Hogan, T. G. 
Hovey, C. L. 
Hyman. J. 
Jacobs, J. M. 
Johnson, P. 
Jory, E. W. 
Kast, L. S. 
Keane, Thomas 
Kennedy, C. P. 
Klarenmeyer, S. 
Kreling. William 
Lacey, B. F. 
Ladd, C. D. 
Leibes, Jacob 
J^iebes, H. 
Litchfield, J. M. 
Lloyd, Charles 
Lundy, T. 
Lyons, Charles 
Mann, C. A. 
Mansbach. A. 
McLeod, Daniel 
McNulty. P. F. 
Melrose, Iv. 
Meyer, N. 
Michalitschke, A. 
Michalitschke, J. 
Moreland, J. A. 
Newell, E. C. 
Nolan, M. D. 
Nolan, P. F. 
O'Brien, James 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate aud Cocoa Preparations are uuexcelled for quality 
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O'Hanlon, J. F. 
O'Kane, AV. D. 
Ostrosky, A. 
Owens, W. J. 
Palmer, Jacob 
Peck, Mr. 
Phillips, Michael 
Poheim, J. 
Pi ice, Thomas 
Kamsden, C. H. 
Rear don, F. J. 
Ried, John 
Rosenthal, J. L. 
Roth, Frederick 
Sanborn, W. D. 
Schrock, W. A. 
Seymour, W. H. 
Sharkey, F. E. 



Sherwood, W. J. 
Shirpser, Max. 
Smith, J. R. 
Solomon, S. 
Stack, T. J. 
Stanford, J. B. 
St. Germain F. de 
Stone, Charles P. 
Stow, Yanderlyn 
Stubbs, W. E.' 
Sullivan, Judge J. F. 
Tilton, W. H. 
Toklas, F. 
Vail, A. H. 
White, J. L. 
Williams, Charles H, 
Wolf, William E. 



KELLY'S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS have beeu sold iu this market tor 

over ten years. A sufficient sfuarantee that they are the Best on the market. 

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Deutscher Verein 



Rooms, Pioneer Buii^ding, Fourth Street 



The Deutscher Vereiu Avas organized October 2d, 187C, for the purpose of social 
recreation aud cultivation of music, singing, and German literature among its mem- 
bers. The regular meetings are held on the second Monday of each month The 
composition of the organization is entirely German. 



OFFICERS 



Charles Bundschu 

M. GREENBr,ATT 
AViLLIAM HlXZ 

0. HUNDESSER - 

G. C. Laxdi.s 

1. G. Oldelehr 
S. H. Walter 



President 

First Vice President 

Second Vice President 

Recording Secretary 

- Financial Secretary 

Treasurer 

- Librarian 



C. Leichter 
Julius Fav 



DIRECTORS 



George Nelle 
S. H. Walter 



'^"^'''jemet ?fc'^'T?h7i?J ^r?^ Preserved Fruits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup. Wine 
jeiJies, i'.tc, to be had at all fancy Grocers. 

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LIST OF MEMBERS 



Bach, Charles H. 
Barkan, Dr. A. 
Bauer, F. C. 
Bauer, J. A. 
Baum, Dr. R. 
Beckh, Dr. G. 
Bendel, H. 
Bergeu, Edward Van 
Bergen, George Van 
Bergen, J. W. Van 
Bergen, N. Van 
Bergen, AVilliani Van 

Bertheau, C. 

Beyfuss, C. 

Bolten, A. 

Brand, H. J. 

Bruns, C. 

Bryant, Dr. W. A. 

Buncken, L. C. Von 

Bundschu, Charles 

Castelhum, F. E. 

Closs, F. 

Corde, F. 

Cramer, F. A. 

Cramer, Walter H. 

Denit'ke, E. A. 

Dohmnann, F. 

Dresel, Dr. G. 

Duisenberg, C. A. C. 

Eggers, D. 

Ehrenberg, Dr. A. T. 

Ehrenl^erg, E. T. 

Engelbrecht, H. 

Engelbrecht, H. A. 

Fay, Julius 
Ferrer, Dr. H. 
Folkers, T. H. A. 
Frauenholz, H. 
Frese, AV. 
Fuendeling, J. 



GeilfuBS, H. 
Goettig, L. 
Graf, H. 
Greenbiatt, M. 
Gundlach, J. 
Haas, Dr. J. 
Habenicht, F. 
Hagen, H. 
Haker, G. F. 
Heick, William 
Heinecken, A. C. 
Henrichs, G. 
Herbst, A. 
Herold, R. 
Herrmann, William 
Hes3, F. 
Hinz, William 
Hochkofler, R. 
Hoc h stein, A. 
Hohwiessner, C. 
Huefner, O. 
Hueter, E. 
Hundesser, O. 
Jacoby, Franz 
Jaenicke, William 
Jaffe, M. 
Joost, H. 
Jordan, H. C. 
Jordan, R. 

Kaehler, G. E. A. 

Kirch h off, Theodore 

Koehler, Charles. Jr. 

Kolster, L. 

Kruse, William 

Landis, G. C. 

Landt, P. 

Leichter, C. 

Lemcke, W. 

Lisser, L. 

Loesecke, P. Von 



MATTONI'S GIES3HUBLER. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

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Loewy, ^Y. 

Lohse, J. F. 

Mangels, Christopher 

Mayer, Charles, Jr. 

Mayrisch, A. 

Mayrisch, G. 

Marcus, G. 

Meineke, Charles 

Meussdorffer, H. C. 

Meyer, Captain 

Meyer, J. E. 

Muecke, G. 

Nelle, George 

Oldelehr, J. G. 

Oterendorp, Captain K. Van 

Otto, Dr. W. 

Padelinetti, C. 

Petersen, F. M. 

Plagemann, H. 

Pollack, J. 

Poppe, G. 

Priber, C. E. 

Raschen, M. 

Regensberger, Dr. ]M. 

Richter, Dr. M. 

Richter. P. 

Rinn, H. 

Roeding, F. 

Roemer, E. 

Rosenbaum, F. H. 

Rosenthal, A. 



Rothe, E. 
Ruether, F. 
Schacht, Heniy 
Scheffler, W. 
Schill, A. 
Schilling, A. 
Schmidt, A. 
Schoemann O. 
Schulte, J. G. W. 
Schussler, H. 
Siebe, F. C. 
Soelke, T. 
Speyer, W. 
Stadtmiiller, F. 1>. 
Stahl, A. 
Stauf, W. 
Tillman, F. 
Tillman, F., Jr. 
Tourney, George 
Trubenbach, H. E". 
Ulrichs, J. F. 
Yocke, G. C. 
Volkmann G. 
Wagner, Dr. Henry E. 
AValter, S. H. 
Weber, A. C. 
Westerfeld, L. 
Winterberg, Dr. W. 
Wissel, A. 
Witt, E. 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pouud rouud canisters only. 
Ask your Gro?er for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietor!?. 



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San Francisco Verein 



Rooms, Cornkr Sutter St. and Grant Avenue 



The San Fraucisco Verein was incorporated in October, 1853, and is largely com- 
posed of prominent German citizens. The club rooms were located at 430 Pine Street, 
(now occupied bv the Bohemian Club,) from 1869 until 1874, when they moved to their 
present rooms, which were fitted up at a cost of sixty-five thousand dollars. The 
membershiT) is limited to 250. 



I,IST OF OFFICERS 



Isidore Gutte 
Philip I. Fisher 
L. S. Rose 
Ben.jamix Arnhold 
Hugo Waldeck 
N. Steinberger 
Emil Greenebaum 



President 
First Vice President 
Second Vice President 
Financial Secretary 
- Recording Secretary- 
Treasurer 
- Librarian 



How pleasant after the Theatre or an Evening Party to be able to offer > our gue^^^^^ 
nice cup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S FRENCH BOLILLON before 
• ' MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



retir3ng. 



176 



SAN FRANCISCO VEREIN 



I,IST OF MKMBFRS 



Abrams, Dr. Albert 
Ach, Hy. 

Ackerman, SigmundL, 
Adelsdorfer, Joseph 
Adler, Charles 
Adler, Charles E. 
Altsehul, Charles 
Arnstein, Ludwig 
Arnhold, Benjamin 
Aronstein, Dr. A. 
Augustine, M. 
Bachman, D. 
Bachman, J. 
Bachman N. S. 
Barth, Philip 
Beckh, G. W. 
Bergmann, J. 
Bissmger, S. 
Blach, Dr. Charles 
Bloom, Jonas 
Bloom, D. 
Bloom, J. 
Bowman, John S. 
Brandenstein, Joseph 
Brandenstein, A. J. 
Brandenstein, M. J. 
Braverman, Sigmund L. 
Calm, Mayer I. 
Castle, W' M. 
Cohen, H. 
Cohn, Edward 
Cohn, Dr. D. 
Cohn, I. 
Colman, Charles 
Dibbern, J. Hy. 
Dinkelspiel, Hy. 
Dinkelspiel, Joseph S. 
Dinkelspiel, L. M. 
Dresbach, William 
Duchesne, Paul 



Eckel, Dr. J. N. 
Ehrman, M 
Ehrman, Solomon 
Ehrman, Joseph 
Esberg, M. 
Epstein, H. 

Ferrer, Dr. H. 
Fechheimer, Benjamin C. 

Fisher, Theodore I. 

Frank, William 

Frank, E. M. 

Frankenthal, J. 

Fredericks, Joseph 

Freidenrich, D. 

Fries, William 

Friedlander, S. J, 

Friedman, J. 

Furth, Simon 

Gensberger, M. 

Gerstle, Lewis 

Goldstein, William 

Goodkind, A. 

Greenebaum, Sigmund 

Greenebaum, J. 

Greenebaum, Alfred 

Greenebaum, Emil 
Greenebaum, Moses 

Greenebaum, William 
Greenewald, Otto H. 
Grinbaum, M. S. 
Guggenheim, Leon 
Gutte, Isador 
Gutte, .Julian 
Haas, Jacob 
Haas, William 
Haas, A. 
Hausmann, B. 
Hausmann, S. 
Hausmeister, Julian 
Hecht, Isaac 



^^^ 2?li'F^^^'^ ^J^^^V I>iET nothing is better than a good numrious easily di- 
gested soup, such as IS put up by the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD " o"^"""^ 

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SAN FRANCISCO VBREIN 



177 



Hecht, A. E. 
Hecht, M. H. 
Hess, Frederick 
Hess, Joseph L. 
Heilbronner, August 
Heilbronner, Max 
Heinecken, A. C. 
Herrmann, James 
Herrmann, S. 
Heynemann, Alexander 
Heynemann, H. 
Hofman, H. 
Hirsch, Charles 
Hirsch, Louis 
Hyman, H. W. 
Hyman, M. 
Jacobi, F. 
Jaeobi, J. J. 
Jacobs, Isidor 
Jaffe, M. 

Joachimsen, H. L. 
Klau, Leopold 
Klauber, A. 
Koch, Hy. 
Kohler, Chas. 
Kohler, Hans H. 
Kroeplien, George 
Kronthal, H. 
Kruse, E. 
Landsberger, I. 
Lebenbaum Louis, 
Levi, Jacob 
Liebermann, Theodore 
Liebes, H. 
Lilienthal, J. Leo 
Lilienthal, E. R. 
Lilienthal, P. N. 
Lipman, L, 
Lloyd, R. H. 
T-^Dwenthal, M. 
Loupe, L, 
Mack, A. A. 
Mandlebaum, F. 
Mandlebaum, R. 
Marks, Eli 



Marks, Joseph 
Marx, I. 
May, Joseph 
Mayne, Charles 
Mendheim, H. 
Meyer, Albert 
Meyer, Daniel 
Meyer, Hy. 
Meyer, Moritz 
Meyer, Moritz 
Meussdorffer, J. C. 
Michels, Leopold 
Moore, I. C. 
Miiser, Otto 
Neuman, Rud. 
Neustadter, I. 
Neustadter, J. 
Newman, Dr. Leopold 
Nielson, H. 
Ordenstein, M, 
Otto, Dr. G. Walter 
Perutz, Alfred 
Philipp, M. 
PoUitz, Edward 
Rehfisch, M. 
Rose, L. S. 
Rosener, Samuel 
Rosenfeld, John 
Rosenthal, A. 
Rosenthal I. L. 
Rothschild, Hugo 
Saalburg, S. W. 
Samson, R. 
Scheeline, M. 
Scheeline, S. C. 
Scheeline, Solomon E. 
Schmolz, William. 
Scholle, Albert W. 
Schussler, H. 
Schwabacher, Louis 
Schwabacher, S. 
Schwartz, Isidor 
Sellen, F. 
Shainwald, H. 
Shoenfeld, Albert 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper aad better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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SAN FJIANCISCO VEREIN 



Simon, H. L. 
Simon, Louis 
Sloss, Leon 
Sloss, Louis, Jr. 
Sloss, Louis 
Son, A. 
Speyer, D. E. 
Speyer, Morris 
Spreckels, A. B. 
Spreckels, Claus 
Spreckels, C. A. 
Spreckels, J. D. 
Steinberger, A. 
Stienberger, N. 
Steinhart, Ignatz 
Steinhart, Sig. 
Stiefel, A. 
Strauss, Jacob 
Strassburger, I. 
Strybing, C. H. 
Sussman, Samuel 
Sutro, A. 
Sutro, Charles 
Sutro, E. 
Sutro, Gustav 



Sweet, S. 

Thannhauser, August 
Thannhauser, S. M. 
Triest, B. 
Triest, Jesse E. 
Toplitz, R. L. 
Toklas, F. 
Voorman, H. 
Waldeck, Hugo 
Walter, D. N. 
Walter, Isaac 
AValter, H. N. 
Walter, Hy. 
AValter,Xathan F. 
Waterman, H. 
Weil, Julius 
Weil, Leopold 
Wiel, L. T. 
Wolflf, William 
Wollberg, Joseph 
Wormser, I. 
Wormser, Samuel I. 
Wunsch, M. 
Zadig, H. 
Zahn, E. 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

Havana Cigars. WAIT; SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Concordia Club 



Rooms, 102 0'Farrei,i< Street 



The Coucordia Club was organized in 1864. It is tlie priueipal Jewish Society in 
the city, and composed chiefly of wholesale merchants. The membership is limited 
to 180. The rooms are only open evenings and Sundays, and the entertainments con- 
sist of monthly or bi-monthly receptions. The regular meeting of the members is 
held on the first Wednesday of each month. 



OFFICERS 



J. M. ROTHCHILD 

S-\MUEL Sachs 
Jacob Thalhimer 
Samuel Dinkelspiel 
A. Herman 



President 

Vice President 

Recording Secretary' 

Financial Secretary 

Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



Josepli Silverberg 
Samuel J. Ackerman 
H. S. Manheim 
Karl Klau 
Louis Haas 



J. M. Rothchild 
Samuel Sachs 
Jacob Thalhimer 
Samuel Dinkelspiel 
A. Herman 



E. M. Heller 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham. Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



180 



CONCORDIA CLUB 



MEMBERS 



Ackerman, Charles L. 
Ackerman, Edward 
Ackerman, I. H. 
Ackerman, I. S. 
Ackerman, Samuel J. 
Ackerman, Sigmund H. 
Alexander, Joseph 
Adler, A. A. 
Adler, Charles E. 
AcUer, M. 
Bachman, L. 
Bastheim, J. 
Bauer, M. 
Bauer, S. 

Bettman, Augustus M. 
Blaskower, M. 
Block, D. 
Bloom, Jonas 
Blum, Leon 
Brandenstein, M. 
Brown, A. 
Brown, H. L. 
Brown, L. 
Brown, M. 
Cahen, I. W. 
Cahn, Israel 
Cahn, M. I, 
Cerf, A. 
Cerf, J. 
Cook, A. 

Dink el spiel, Samuel 
Einstein, M. 
Einstein, Z. 
Emanuel, E. 
Eppinger, J. 
Erlanger, Jonas 
Esberg, M. 
Ettlinger, B. 
Falkenstein, A. 
Foorman, I. S. 



Foorman, S. 
Frank, E. M. 
Frank, George W. 
Frank, M. J. 
Frowenfeld, J. 
Gerst, G. 

Goldstein, Sanford 
Goodman, T. 
Greenberg, Joseph 
Gugginhime, L. 
Gump, G. 
Gump, S. 
Gunst, M. A. 
Haas, Louis S. 
Hart, Charles 
Helbing, D. A. 
Heller, E. L. 
Heller, E. M. 
Heller, Martin 
Heller, M., Jr. 
Heller, S. W. 
Herman, A. 

Hochstadter, William S. 
Hoffman, J. 
Hyman, M. 
Jacoti, L. 
Jacobs, Henry 
Kahn, Joseph 
Kahn, Solomon 
Kalisher, E. 
Katten, Simon 
Klau, Karl 
Kline, George 
Kohn, George A. 
Koshland, M. 
Kronthal, H. 
Kullman, H. 
Lachman, A. 
Levi, H. 
Levy, Frederick H. 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up in 
glass especially for Children's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



CONCORDIA CLUB 



181 



Levy, Isaac 
Levy, Joseph 
Levy, M. L. 
Le\T, S. W. 
Levy, W. H. 
Lewis, AVilliam 
Lowenground, E. L. 
Lyons, E. G. 
Lyons, E. H. 
Mandel, E. 
Manheim, H. S. 
Manheim, Isaac 
Mansfield, T. 
Marx, D. 
Meyer, C. 
Meyer, Eugene 
Morgenthau, G. 
Morgenthau, M. 
Naphtaly, J. 
Neustadter, D. 
Neustadter, J. H. 
Newman, J. 
Newman, S. 
Nickelsburg, M. 
Oppenheimer, C. 
Oppenheimer, H. 
Poly, Isaac 

Kegensburger, Dr. J. 

Reiss, B. 

Reiss, I. 

Reiss, S. 

Roos, A., Sr. 

Roos, A. , Jr. 

Roos, Achille 

Rosenbaum, A. M. 

Rosenbaum, S. 

Rosenbaum, V. 

Rosenberg, B. 

Rosenshine, L. 

Rosenthal, M. 

Rothchild, F. H. 

Rothchild, J. M. 
Sachs, Ben 
Sachs, D. M. 
Sachs, David 
Sachs, Isaac 



Strauss, Levi 
Sachs, Lippman 
Sachs, Martin 
Sachs, Samuel, Jr. 
Sachs, Sanford 
Sahlein, H. 
Salz, J. 
Samuels, D. 
Scheeline, S. 
Scheideman, B. 
Scholle, A. W. 
Schmitt, Charles A 
Schmitt, M. 
Schwabacher, A. 
Schweitzer, B. 
Schweitzer, J. 
Schweitzer, M. 
Silverberg, J. 
Simpson, A. D. 
Sinsheimel, H. 
Slessinger, L. 
Son, A. 
Spitz, A. 
Spitz, J. 
Steinberger, A. 
Steinhart, William 
Stern, J. 
Stern, Louis B. 
Stern, S. 
Stiner, Oscar 
Stone, M. 
Strauss, M. 
Strauss, S. J. 
Sweet, Solomon 
Tash, M. 
Thalhimer, J. 
Wangenheim, A. 
Wangenheim, E. S. 
Wangenheim, H. 
Wangenheim, S. 
Weil, Ignatz 

Weil. M. 

Wertheimer, Benjamin 
Wertheimer, E. 
Wevl, Cerf 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S French Soups are put up for family use in 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 
^ * MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Cercle Fran^ais 



The Cercle Fraucais was organized April 12, 1884, and incorporated June i>. 1888. 
The membership is mostly composed of French merchants, a good number residing 
ontside of San Francisco. The regular meetings take place on the second Thursday 
of each month. 



OFFICERS 



R. Weill, 
Em. Meyer, 
EuG. Thomas, 
N. Mayer, 

F. KCENIG, 



- President 
Vice-President 

- Treasurer 
First Secretary 

Second Secretary 



Er. Charon nat 
L. Kauffman 



DIRECTORS 



A. Schmidt 



G- W. Frank 
Ed. Dub^dat 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the Jand, sold everywhere. 

Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



CERCLE FRANCAIS 



183 



UST OV MEMBERS 



Aguillon, C. 
Alkan, H. 
Baron, A. 
Barroilhet, H. 
Baum, M. C. 
Bergez, J. 
Bergevin, A. 
Bernard, B. 
Berson G. 
Bine, L. 
Bine, S. 
Bloch, Ach. 
Bloch, F. 
Blum, C. 
Blum, J. 

Blum, L. 

Blum, M. 

Brandt, J. B. L. 

Briel, M. L. 

Cahen, A. 

Cailleau, A. 

Carpy, C. 

Charonnat, E. 

Chauche, A. G. 

Chesney, D. 

Coblentz, F. 

Coblentz, J. 

Dahlman, N. 

Dastugue, G. 

Debret, M. 

Denaveaux, M. 

Dubedat, Edward 

Dubedat, Eug. 

Eisenberg, A. 

Eisner, M. S. 

Etchebarne, C. 
Falk, J. 
Flamant, A. 
Eleury, P. 
Frank, G. W. 



Fusenot, A, 
Gagnon, J. B. 
Gallors, E. 
Godchaux, A. 
Godchaux, Edward 
Godchaux, Lazarus 
Godchaux, Lucifer 
Greenzweig, G. 
Gregoire, L. 
Hallgarten, B. 
Hirsch, L. 
Husson, P. 
Kahn, H. 
Kahn, Joseph 
Kahn, M, 
Kauflman, L. 
Klein, Lazarus 
Klein, Max 
Kcenig, A. 
Koenig, F. 
Kullman, A. 
Kullman, S. 
Lacoste, F. 
Labadie, E. 
Le Roy, F. 
Levy, B. 

Le\T> I- 
Levy, Isaac 

Levy, J. 
Levy, Max 
Levy, Meyer 
Levy, N. 
Loaiza, W. 
Loeb, G. 
Lyons, E. G. 
Marks, J. 
Mayer, J. 
Mayer N. 
Meyer, Emanuel 
Meyer, Eugene 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have no equaL 

smoke them and see for yourself. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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CERCI.E FRANCAIS 



Meyer, L. 

Myers, L. R. 

Nersou, A. 

Neuberger, G. 

Ojeda, F. di 

Olarovsky, A. E. 

Pereira, S. L. 

Pesoli, E. A. 

Pike, B. D. 

Pollak, A. 
Priet, P. 
Puttman, H. 
Pyat, r. 
Raas, E, 
Reiss, B. 
Reiss, I. 
Reiss, S. 
Rens, A. 
Richard, C. W. 
Roeekel, J. 
Roos, A. 
Roth, D. 



Roth, J. 
Routier, Josepli 
Salomon, vS. 
Schmidt, A. 
Schmitt, M. 
Schul, M. 
. Siegel, L. 
Simon, C. 
Simon., f. 
Somps, P. G. 
St. Germain, F. de 
Thomas, E. 
Vermeil, J. L. 
Weill, Ach. 
Weill, H. 
Weill, L. 
Weill, M. 
Weill, R. 
Weill, S. 
WiUard, J. 
Willard, L. 



Chicken aud Game Pates Truffled, made m the French style by the FRANCO-AMERI- 
V ;,,r rll? * ^Vk^''^" ^® ^^""^ delicious for Breakfast. Lunch or Supper. Ask 
jour Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



185 



Yale Club 



The Yale Club of California Avas organized September 1st, 1877, and is composed 
of re'^ideuts of this State who have formerly attended at Yale College. The regular 
meetings are held on the second Friday of January, April and October, at place desig- 
nated by the Executive Committee. The annual meeting and banquet is held on the 
last Friday of October of each year. 



OFFICERS 



Martin Kellogg 
Gordon Blanding - 
Ely I. Hutchinson - 
MouNTFOKD S. Wilson 
Donald Y. Campbell 



President 

- First Vice President 

Second Vice President 

- Secretary 

Treasurer 



H. 0. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



186 



yai^e; CI.UB 






MEMBERS 



Allen, James M. 
Andrews, Wellington M. 
Bacon, Joseph S. 
Barnes, W. H. L. 
Barrett, C. H. 
Beaver, George L. 
Benton, Joseph A. 
Blake, Charles E. 
Blake, Charles T. 
Blanding, Gordon 
Booth, William F. 
Brewer, John H. 
Campbell, Donald Y. 
Carpenter, E. AV. 
Clark, Samuel J. 
Crocker, AVilliam H. 
Cunningham, James 
Cunningham, John 
Day, Sherman 
l>rew, George W. 
Du Bois, H. A., Jr. 
Dwindle, Charles H. 
Folsom, D. F. 
Forbes, Cleveland 
Foster, William 
Galpin, Philip G., 
Goodale, Charles 
Gordon, George W. 
Gordon, Moses S. 
Green, Edmund F. 
Hillyer, Curtis J. 
Hutchinson, Ely I. 
Janin, Louis 
Janvier, Allen E. 
Jarboe, John R. 
Johnson, Francis 
Johnson, Sidney L. 



Jordan, William H. 
Kellogg, Martin 
Kendall, Wesley 
Keyes, Winfield 8. 
King, Clarence 
Lock wood, Arthur A. 
Loomis, H. B. 
Lord, Theodore A. 
Love, John Lord 
Lyman, J. Chester 
McLean, Edward 
Metcalf, George D. 
Metcalf, Victor H. 
Naphtaly, Joseph 
Newhall, Henry G. 
Newhall, AVilliam Mayo 
Newlands, Francis G. 
Page, Charles 
Page, Olaf 

Palmer, Charles T. H. 
Pearson, William 
Poston, John M. 
Pratt, W. A. 
Peade, AVilliam 
Roberts, E. P. 
Robinson, Sanford 
Rothschild, .Toseph 
Rowell, Joseph 
Schofield, William 
Sill, Edward R. 
Sleight, Cornelius 
Smith, Sidney V., Jr. 
Torryson, J. D. 
Trumbull, David 
Tuttle, Frederick P. 
Wilson, Mountford S. 



KELLY'S KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS have beeu sold in this market for 

over ten years. A siifficient guarantee that thev are the Best on the market. 

MATT, SADLER <fe CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



187 



Harvard Club 



The Harvard Club of San Francisco was organized January Loth, 1874, for the pur- 
pose of promoting social intercourse among its members. It is composed of the 
Pacific coast Alumni of Harvard University, and numbers 120 members Business 
meetings are held on the third Thursdays of January, April and July, and the annual 
meeting on the third Thursday of October. 



OFFICERS 



Frank Jameson Symmes - - - President 

Edward Gray Stetson - First Vice President 

William Coffin Little - Second Vice President 

Harold Wheeler - - " Secretary 

Pelham Warren Ames - - - Treasurer 



GORDON & DILVVORTH'S Fine Preserved Fruits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup... Wine 
Jellies, Etc., to be had at all fancy Grocers^^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^.^^ ^^^^^ ^g,^,,. 



188 



HARVARD CLUB 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Abbott, George 
Ames, Pelham W. 
Ayer, AVashington 
Barnes, Mllliam S. 
Baiim, Alexander R. 
Belsbaw, Charles M. 
Bigelow, Samuel C. 
Bonestell, Ches. K. 
Boyd, Samuel G. 
Bridge, Samuel J. 
Briggs, F. H. 
Brigham, Charles B. 
Bush, Walter N. 
Comte, Auguste, Jr. 
Cook, William H. 
Courtis, William M. 
Davidson, George F. 
Davis, Horace 
Davis, John Francis 
Delger, Edu'ard F. 
Du Bois, Pierre C, 
Faulkner, Henry W^. 
Frank, George W. 
Friedlander, Thomas C. 
(jarnett, Edgar M. 
Gibbs, Frederick A. 
Gillig, Henry M. 
Grayson, Robert R. 
Grimm, Charles H. 
Haggin, Louis T. 
Hammond, Charles M. 
Hammond, Gardiner G., Jr. 
Handy, George W. 
Hardin, Charles H. E. 
Hartwell, Alfred S. 
Hastings, Robert P. 
Hearst, William R. 
Hinchman, A. F. 
Hoffman, Charles F. 
Hollo way, William E. 



Howard, Oacar S. 
Huntington, Thomas W. 
Jelly, Arthur C. 
Jennings, James H. 
Jennings, Sidney J. 
King, Frederick R. 
Lake, Frederick B. 
LeCount, Joseph 
Lent, Eugene 
Leverett, William 
Little, William C. 
Lux, Frederick W. 
Maxfield, Joseph E. 
McDowell, Henry B. 
McElrath, John E. 
McLellan, George F. 
McMonagle, Beverly 
McNutt, William F. 
Melville, William H. 
Merrill, George B. 
Mills, James E. 
Minns, George AV. 
Otis, George E. 
Pinkerton, Thomas H. 
Powers, George H. 
Prentiss, Samuel R. 
Pringle, Edward J. 
Putnam, Osgood 
Redding, Joseph D. 
Reid, William T. 
Reis, Ferdinand, Jr. 
Ryer, Fletcher F. 
Sanderson, George R. 
Sawyer, Albert F. 
Sawyer, W. C. 
Sawyer, William T. 
Seavey, Oscar F. 
Severance, James S. 
Sharkey, James M. 
Sharon, Frederick W. 



MATTONI'S GIESSHUBLER. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

of all Visitors at Carlsbad. MAU, SADLER A: CO., Pacific Coast Ageuts. 



HARVARD CLUB 



ISj 



Sherwood, Henry H. 
Sherwood, John D. 
Southard, William F. 
Stebbins, Horatio, 
Stetson, Edward G. 
Stow, Vanderlynn 
Stringham, Irving 
Symmes, Frank J. 
Taylor, John W. 
Tevis, Hugh 
Thayer, Ernest L. 
Thomas, William 
Tiffany, William G. 
Troutt, James M. 
Tubbs, Alfred S. 



Tubbs, Austin C. 
W'ard, D. Henehaw 
W^ard, John T. 
Watkins, James T. 
AVheelan, Fairfax H. 
Wheeler, Alfred A. 
AVheeler, Harold 
W^hitney, Calvin E. 

W^hitwell, WiUiam 8. 

W' igmore, John H. 

AVilshire, Henry G. 

Wilson, Ramon E. 

W^inn, Abel T. 

Withington, James H. 



TRY GRANDMA'S D^Z^^^I^APAN TEA; put up in 1 pound round canisters only 
ABk your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



190 



German Cotillon Club 



The Germau Cotillou Club of San Fraucisco was organized about two years ago, 
and its meetings rank high among the society events of this city. The first few me°et- 
ings were held at the private residences of members, but subsequently, at Union 
Square HaH, on Post Street, above Powell: where a series of Germans are given each 
winter. Among the members are many of the leading society people of Oakland. 



Ch.vuncey M. St. John - - - . Leader 



How pleasant after the Theatre or an Evening Partvto be able to offer vour guests a 
nice, cup of FRANCO-AMERICAX FOOD GO'S FRENCH BOUILloN before 
retiring. MAU, SADLER <t CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



GERMAN COTII.I.ON CLUB 



191 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Badlam, Miss Maud 

Baker, Miss Mattie S. 

Bandmann, Mrs Charles J. 

Bee, Mrs F. A. 

Best, Miss Kate 

Boland, Miss Jennie 

Bosqui, Miss Helen 

Boyd, Miss Nellie 

Boyson, .Mrs Thomas 

Brigham, Miss Lena 

Bucknall. Miss Marguerite 

Bucknall , Miss Marie 

Campbell, Miss Carrie 

Chabot, Miss Etta 

Chapman, Miss Ethel 

Clarke, Miss Edith 

Deane, Miss Mamie 

De la Montanya, Mrs James, Jr. 

De la !Montanya, Miss Jennie 

De Young, Mrs M. H. 

Dillon, Miss Kate 

Dillon, Mii^R Marie 

Donnelly, Miss Grace 

Donnelly, Miss Hettie 

Doolan, Miss Tillie 

Douglass, ]Miss Daisy 

Dunne, Mrs J. M. 

Dyer, ]\Iiss Ruth 

Edwards, Miss Lucille 

Grant, Miss Abbie L. 

GrifRn, Miss Mamie K. 

Hall, Miss Jennie 

Havermann, Miss Jeanette 

Hayes, Mrs Edward 

Hayes, Miss Lucy B. 

Healy, :\Irs M. A. 

Hill, Miss Lida 

Hinckley, Mrs Harry J. 

Hittell, Miss Catherine 

Hooper, Mrs C. L. 

Hopkins, Miss Jennie 

Huff, Misses 



LADIES 



Huff, Miss Laura B. 
Johnson, Miss Alice 
Kittredge, Mrs E. H. 
Luty, Mrs F. E 
Mahan, Miss 
Mart el. Miss A dele 
Martel, Miss Jennie 
Mau, MiES Alice 
Man, Mrs. Wm. F. 
Meek, Miss S. G. 
Murphy, Miss Mary 
Nelson, Miss Maggie 
Nightingale, Miss Ella 
Nightingale, Miss Georgie 
Nightingale, Miss Minnie 
Owens, Miss Mary M. 
Page, Mrs Hamilton 
Plum, Miss Anita 
Regensburger, Mrs. M. 
Roberts, Miss Alice L. 
Rogers, Miss Aphra 
Rogers, Miss ]Mamie 
Sanders, Miss Emeline 
Sears, Miss Stella 
Shaw, Miss Kate M. 
Shepard, Miss Hettie 
Shepard, Miss Maud 
Simpson, Miss Bertha 
Simpson, Miss Estelle 
Spencer, Miss Grace M. 
Sprague, Miss B. 
Starr, Mrs. William R. 
Sutro, Miss Clara 
Tay, Miss Hattie 
Taylor, Miss Mary L. 
Tinnin, Mrs W. J, 
Titus, Miss Addie 
Walkington, Mrs T. G. 
Weihe, Miss Florence 
Whaite, ]Miss Ada B. 
Wright, Mrs George 
Wright, Miss Roberta 



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GERMAN COTlI,I,ON CLUB 



GENTLEMEN 



BacUam, A. T. 

Baldwin, A. W. 

Bandmann, Charles J. 

Bee, F. M. 

Bernard, A. F. 

Bonnell, James F. 

Boyson, Dr. Thomas 

Brayton, A. P. 

Crawford, Dr. Willard H., U. S. N. 

Cummings, Alexander M. 

Cutchin, Lieutenant N. L., U. S. N. 

Deane, John 

De la Montanya, James, Jr. 

De Young, M. H. 

Dillon, Thomas 

Doolan, R. P. 

Dunn, Dr. J. P. 

Dunne, Dr. J. M. 

Dunphy, James C. 

Dunwoody, Lieut. F. M., U. S. N. 

Finnell, Bush 

Foulkes, Dr. John F. 

Gardiner, Robert 

Gardner, C. H. 

Gibbs, Harry T. 

(irayson, Robert R. 

Griffin, Charles D. 

Griffith, Frederick T. 

Hayes, Edward 

Healy, Captain M. A., U. S. N. 

Hill, George M. 

Hinckley, Edward 

Hinckley, Harry J. 

Hinkel, Walte 

Hooper, Captain C. L., U. S. N. 

Hopkins, Peter, Jr. 

Jackson, George H. T. 

Jackson, John P., Jr. 

Jarvis, Lieutenant G. H., U. S. N 



Kittredge, E. H. 

Knight, R. S. 

Luty, F. E. 

Macdonald, A. S. 

Maguire, James A. 

Masten, Joseph M. 

Mau, William F. 

McMahan, Wabry 

Meek, William E. 

Milner, C. H. 

Moore, Lieut. J. C, U. S. N. 

Nightingale, Dr. John 

Page, Hamilton 

Painter, Arthur 

Perkins, Lieut. C. M., U. 8. N. 

Powning, William A. 

Regensburger, Dr. M. 

Roberts, A. Grove 

Shattuck, A. E. 

Smith, Charles A. 

Speyer, W. M. 

Squires, Henry 

Starr, William M. 

Stewart, H. C. 

Stinson, William H. 

St. John, Chauncey M. 

Sullivan, Dr. M. J. 

Sutro, Charles 

Suydam, James H. 

Taylor, Edward 

Terrill, Dr. George M. 

Tinnin, W. T. 

Towers, Lieut. John A., U. S. A. 

Walkington, T. G. 

West, Lieutenant Horace, U, S. N. 

Willey, Frank D. 

Wise, Clark 

Wright, George 



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Bachelors' Cotillon Club 



The Baclielors' Cotillon Club was organized in 1885 for the purpose of giving a 
series of Germans through the winter. The meetings are held at B'nai B'rith Hall, 
;^23 Eddy Street, every two weeks during the season, one of the members being 
appointed as leader for each occasion. 



MEMBERS 



LADIES 



Ains worth, Miss Daisy 
Andruss, Miss May- 
Arthur, Miss 
Barber, Miss Mary 
Bates, Miss Laura 
Bissell, Miss Julia 
Bissell, Miss Therese 
Blair, Miss Jennie 
Blethen, Miss Mamie 
Boardman, Miss Dora 
Bowen, Miss Mary 
Bowie, Miss Jessie 
Chase, Mrs Howard Blanchard 
Corbitt, Miss 
Corbitt, Miss Nellie 
Donohoe, Miss Rose 
Durbrow, Miss Carrie 
Durbrow, Miss Emma 



Eyre, Miss Mary 
Fair, Miss Tessie 
Goad, Miss Ella 
Graham, Miss 
Grayrigge, Mrs 
Heathcote, Mrs Basil 
Hooker, Miss Bessie 
Hooker, Miss Jennie 
Houghton, Miss Minnie 
Howard, Mrs AVilliam H. 
Ivers, Miss Aileen 
Jones, Mrs Webster 
La Montague, Mrs Pierre 
Macondray, Miss Inez 
Maynard, Miss 
McAllister, Mrs M. Hall 
Miller, Mrs H. M. A. 
Nickerson, Miss Maud 



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BACHELORS' COTILLON CLUB 



Ortiz, Miss Julia 
Page, Miss 
Parrott, Mrs Louis B. 
Perry, Miss 
Peters, ]Miss Matie 
Pierce, Miss Florence 
Pierce, Miss Grace 
Pope, Miss May E. 
Price, Mrs David 
Kalston, Miss Claire 
Reis, Miss Belle 
Robinson, Mrs James A. 
Rutherford, Mrs A. H. 



Severance, Miss Gertrude 
Shepard, Miss Evelyn 
Shinn, Miss 
Smedberg, Miss Nellie 
Smith, Mrs S.Harrison 
Taylor, Miss Edith 
Tubbs, Mrs W. B. 
Van Ness, Miss Leslie 
Voorhies, Miss Marie 
Wallace, INIiss Marguerite 
Watson, Miss Jennie 
Woolrich, Miss Mamie 



GENTLEMEN 



S. A. 



Babcock, Harry 

Bean, Lieut. William H., JJ. S. A. 

Bee, Everett N. 

Boardman, Samuel 

Borden, Rhodes 

Bowie, Allen St. J. 

Boyd, George 

Carolan, Herbert E. 

Chapman, Wilfred B. 

Chase, Howard Blanchard 

Clark, Warren D. 

Cotton, Lieut. Gilbert P., I^. 

Dean, AY alter L. 

De Ruyter, John E. 

Folger, Mr 

Gray, G. Vernon 

Greenway, Edward M. 

Hayden, Lieutenent, U. S. A. 

Hayne, Duncan 

Heath, William 

Hoffman, Ogden 

Hooker, Osgood 

Hooker, Roi)ert G. 

Jar bo e, Paul 

Kittle, N. G. 

La Montague, Pierre 

Lecca, Giulio 

Lee, Arthur 

MacAfee, Edward 

Madison, Frank D. 



Magee, W. A. 

McAllister, Frank 

McAllister, M. Hall 

Miller, C. O. G. 

Moulder, G. B. 

Newhall, George, A. 

Page, Arthur 

Paige, Cutler 

Parrott, Louis B. 

Phelan, James D. 

Redington, Henry 

Reis, Ferdinand 

Sheldon, E. H. 

Sherwood, Robert L. 

Sherwood, William R. 

Small, A. H. 

Smith, Colin M. 

Smith, S. Harrison 

St. John, Chauncey M. 

Straub, Lieut. Oscar I., V. S. A. 

Sturgis, Lieut. Sam'l D., Jr., U.S.A. 

Taylor, W. Hinckley 

Tubbs, W. B. 

Watson, Jerome B. 

Whiting, Dr., U. S. N. 

Wilson, Mountford S. 

Winn, Lieut. Frank L., U. S. A. 

AVinslow, Chauncey R. 

Woods, Robert J. 

Woolrich, George L. 



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Olympic Club 



Rooms and Gynasium, Alcazar Buii^ding, 120 0'Farrei.Iv St. 



The Olympic is oue of the best athletic clubs in the United States. It was founded 
iu 1860 and the history of the organization has been one of uninterrupted prosperity. 
The accommodations for members are uusurpas.sed. Although the building they now 
occupy is large and commodious, owing to the constant increase of the membership 
and the consequent addition to the funds, the club has contracted for the erection &i 
a new building, to be owned by them, and which, when completed, will excel both 
in its size and appoiutmeuts any similar construction iu this country. 

There are 75 Life and nearly 1,000 Active Members. 



officers 

William Greer Harrison 

R. P. Hammond, Jr. 

w. e. holloway 

Henry B. Russ - - _ 

George A. Dall 



President 

- Vice President 

Secretary 

- Treasurer 

Leader 



A. C. Forsyth 
A. B. Field 
E. J. Molera 



DIRECTORS 



Barry Baldwin 
A. R. Smith 
E. A. Rix 



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Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
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California Lawn Tennis Club 

CI.UB Grounds, South Bast Corner of Bush and Scott Streets 



The California Lawn Tennis Club of San Francisco organized September 13, 188^ 
Club grounds, southeast corner of Bush and Scott streets. Club colors: red and white! 

The Club comprises about 125 members, including some of the most prominent 
people in the city. The grounds are conveniently located, under lease for 10 years, 
and have three aspnalt courts, a club house with dressing rooms, shower bath 
lacilities and reading room; a driveway on the Bush street side enables carriages to 
enter the grounds. Tournaments are held in the Spring and Fall of each vear, and 
on Saturday afternoon, club day, games are always in progress and tea is served. 

The grounds are open every day in charge of aJieeper and visitors are welcome at 
any time. 



OFFICERS 

Dell Linderman, .... President 
Mrs. Basil Heathcoth - - Vice-President 
Everett N. Bee - - , . Secretary 

Frederick H. Beaver - - - . Treasurer 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Dell Linderman Frederick H. Beaver 

Mrs. Basil Heathcote Miss AVatson 

Everett N. Bee C. R. Yates 
E. M. Greenway 



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I,IFE MEMBERS 



Alvord, William 
Austin, Mrs. Joseph 
Balfour, Kobert 
Brander, George L. 
Coleman, Mrs. Wm. T. 
Crocker, Charles F. 
Fair, James G. 
Fair, Mrs. Theresa 
Flood, Miss J. 



Forman, Robert B. 
Hager, Mrs. John F. 
Mackay, John W. 
Parrott, Mrs. A. M. 
Ferine, George M. 
Scott, Henry T. 
Taylor, William H. 
Tubbs, A. L. 



REGUr^AR MEMBERS 



Beaver, Fred H. 
Bee, Everett N. 
Bigelow, J. F. 
Blair, Miss Jennie 
Bourn, W. B. 
Breeze, T. H. 
Buckbee, Spencer C. 
Carrigan, A. 
Casserly, J. B. 
Chase, H. B. 
Coggins, E. B. 
Coleman, Robert L. 
Dargie, T. T. 
Deane, E. B. 
Dimond, E. R. 
Eyre, Edward L. 
Eyre, Miss Mary 
Eyre, Perry P. 
Fair, Miss Tessie 
Gadesden, Valentine 
Girvin, R. D. 
Godley, Jessie E. 
Gray, George V. 
Greenway, E. M. 
Hager, Miss Alice 



Harrison, R. 
Heathcote, Mrs Basil 
Hellman, George 
Hooker, Miss Jennie 
Houghton, Miss Min nie 
Ivers, Miss Ailene 
Jackson, S. M. 
Jacobs, E. L. 
Jarboe, Paul 
Jones, Webster 
Kilgarif, J. M. 
King, Thompson 
Kittle, John G. 
Kittle, Miss 
Kittle, N. G. 
Linderman, Dell 
Loughhead, H. W. 
Macon dray William 
Madison, F. D. 
Martinez, Raoul 
McAllister, Ward 
McGavin, Walter 
McLaren, Norman 
McPherson, William 
Melville, William R. 



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CAI^IFORNIA I,AWN TENNIS CI^UB 



Moore, Percy B. 
Newhall, George A. 
Newhall, W. Mayo 
O'Connor, Miss Lily 
O'Connor, Miss Maud 
Otis, James 
Paige, Cutler 
Palache, T. H. 
Parrot, John 
Pay son, A. H. 
Perrins, D. T. G. 
Pope, Miss Mary 
Price, Arthur 
Reis, Ferdinand, Jr, 
Requa, Mark 
Rutherford, Mrs A. H. 
Salazar, A. J. 
Severance, J. S. 
Sherwood, H. H. 
Sherwood, Mrs H. H. 
Sherwood, R. L. 
Simpkins, Miss Alice 
Simpkins, Henry 
Skae, Miss Alice 
Small, A. H. 



Smith, Miss Belle 
Stetson, Miss Sallie 
Tallans, Frederick W. 
Taylor, Augustus 
Taylor, W. H. 
Tevis, W. S. 
Thorn, C. C. 
Tobin, Joseph 
Tobin, Richard M. 
Tobin, Robert 
Tubbs, A. S. 
Tubbs, Miss Nettie 
Tubbs, W. B. 
Van Fleet, Mrs W. C. 
AVatson, Miss Jennie 
AVhitwell, Dr W. S. 
Williams, Dr. R. E. 
Wilson, Mountford S. 
Winslow, Chauncy R. 
Wood, Miss Eleanor 
Woods, Robert J. 
Wooster, Ellis 
Wright, C. W. 
Yates, C. R. 



Baldwin, Charles i. 
Cohen, A. H. 
Cook, Joseph E. 
Hicks, Frank S. 
Howard, O. Shafter 



ABSENT MEMBERS 



Pacheco, Miss Mabel 
Preston, R. J. 
Schofield, W. B. 
Stetson, Mrs. E. G. 
Wilshire, H. G. 



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San Rafael Lawn Tennis Club 



CivUB Grounds, Cui.i.odon Avenue, San RafaeIv, Cai,. 



The San Rafael Lawn Tennis Club is composed of residents of San Rafael, and of 
San Franciscans who reside there during the summer. It was organized October 14th, 
1880 and incorporated May 24th, 1884. The object of the organization is the promotion 
of lawn tennis, and tournaments are annually held upon the club grounds. 



OFFICERS 



W. M. Newhall 
S. B. Gushing - 
E. C. Evans 
Arthur Page - 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

- Treasurer 



W. M. Newhall 
S. B. Gushing 
E. G. Evans 



DIRECTORS 



Southard Hoffman 
Ogden Hoflman 
T. G. Berry 



Arthur Page 



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SAN RAFAEL LAWN TENNIS CLUB 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Babcock, William 
Bennett, R, R. 
Berry, T. B. 
Berry, T. C. 
Berry, William 
Berryer, Eugene 
Bourne, W. B. 
Coleman, C. C. 
Coleman, R. L. 
Curlett, William 
Cushing, Mrs S. B. 
Cushing, S. B. 
Donahue, Mervin 
Donahue, Mrs M. 
Evans, E. C. 
Forbes, W. B. 
Francis, Harry 
Gillett, D. B. 
Grant, I. D. 
Grant, Mrs I. D. 
Hall, Harry E. 



Hamm, Mrs L. 
Heatheote, B. 
Heathcote, Mrs B. 
Hoffman, O. 
Hoffman, S. 
Janin, Henry 
Little, J. R. 
McAllister, M. H. 
O'Connor, Miss 
O'Connor, Miss M. 
Neale, Mrs B. 
Neale, Vincent 
Newhall, George 
Newhall, W. M. 
Page, Arthur 
Page, George T. 
Page, Miss 
Page, Miss M. 
Page, W. D. 
Pringle, H. 
Severance, J. S. 



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Pacific Yacht Club 



Club House, Old Sausalito, Cal. 



The Pacific Yacht Club was organized Juue 28th, 1878, with the purpose of ad- 
vancing yachting interests, and incorporated in November, 1888. The Club have their 
headquarters at Old Sausalito, where receptions are giA'en during the season. The 
annual regatta is held in September. 



OFFICERS 



John D. Spreckels 
John H. Dickenson - 
Nathaniel T. Messer - 

O. F. WiLLEY - 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary- 
Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



Philip A. Caduc 
John D. Yost 
S. A. Eldridge 
E. A. Xewhall 



John D. Spreckels 
John H. Dickinson 
Nathaniel T. Messer 
O. F. Willey 



Philip Caduc 
A. B. Spreckels 
J. C. Kellv - 



Commodore 
Vice Commodore 
Measurer 



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PACIFIC YACHT CI,UB 



I,IFE MEMBERS 



Allen, H. H. 
Allen, T. H. 
Austin, D. C. 
Barkan, Dr. A. 
Barnes, W. H. L. 
Bass, T. J. 
Belknap, D. P. 
Bellrude, J. S. 
Bermingham, J. 
Berry, F. G. 
Blethen, E. O. 
Boland, Archie 
Bowie, H. R. 
Boyd, James T. 
Brazelle, J. M. 
Brittan, N. J. 
Brown, C. E. 
Brown, J. W. 
Bulger, Martin 
Caduc, Philip 
Canter, William 
Carrigan, J. J. 
Castle, S. 
Coleman, J. V. 
Connolly, P. 
Cook, Seth 
Cory, I. H. 
Cousins, J. C. 
Crocker, C. W. 
Crocker, George 
Curtis, S. T. 
Dahl, B. F. 
Deane, P. 
Dewey, W. P. 
Doane, M. 
Donahue, J. M. 
Donahue, P. J. 
Donovan, W. J. 
Dunphy, William 
Dunsmuir, A. 



Duval, George L. 
Ebbitts, A. N. 
Eckley, John 
Edwards, AVilliam 
Fair, Charles L. 
Fair, James G. 
Fay, E. 

Ferguson, A. S. 
Finnagan, P. A. 
Flood, J. L. 
Floyd, R. S. 
Eraser, T. E. 
Fritch, George 
Gallagher, E. M. 
Gardner, John 
Garibaldi, G. G. 
Garrett, W. T. 
Grant, J. D. 
Graves, R. N. 
Greenebaum, Sig. 
Griffith, Millen 
Grinbanm, M. S. 
Hageman, George 
Hale, J. P. 
Hall, W. G. 
Hamilton, R. M. 
Harney, William 
Havens, C. G. 
Hawkins, J. J. E. 
Hawkins, M. 
Hawkins, William 
Head, A. E. 
Higgins, W. T. 
Hill, John T. 
Hirschman A. 
Hoeflisch, M 
Hotaling A. P. 
Howard, C. W. 
Howes, Jabez 
Humphrey, AV, P. 



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PACIFIC YACHT CI^UB 



20B 



Irwin William 
Johnson, CM. 
Johnson, J. M. 
Jones, J. B. 
Jonnston, T. W. 
Kaeding, Charles 
Keating, Robert 
Kelley, J. C. 
Kohn, George A. 
Laeremans, F. 
Landers, John 
Laver, A. 
Lavery, J. V. 
Leavitt, Charles H. 
Lee, Frank 
Lent, H. W. M. 
Levy, H. M. 
Livermore, O. 
Lloyd, R. H. 
Macdonald, C. A. 
Macdonough, Joseph 
Mackay, J. W. 
Mallon, John 
Malter, George H. 
Mangels, Glaus 
Martenstein, Jacob 
Martenstein, W. H. 
Mason, John 
McClure, D. 
McCord, James 
McFarland, Daniel 
McKew, John 
Menzies, Stewart 
Mesick, R. S. 
Messer, Nathaniel T. 
Mills, Edgar 
Mooney, S. V. 
Moore. R. S. 
Morrow, R. T. 
Murphy, F. 
Murphy, James T. 
Nagle, George D. 
Newhall, E. W. 
O'Connor, Cornelius 
O'Sullivan, C. D. 



O'Kane, John 
Onderdonk, A. 
Ott, John AV. 
Pacheco, R. 
Parrott, Tiburcio 
Pendergast, Thomas 
Perkins, George C. 
Pixley, R. F. 
Plum, C. M. 
Porter, D. 
Quinlan, P. B. 
Reilley, C. J. 
Roberts, M. R., Jr. 
Rose, A. W. 
Rosener, Samuel 
Rosenfeld, John 
Sachs, L. 
Schlessinger, L. 
Schmitt, M. 

Scott, I. M. 
Shelley, W. N. 

Sisson, A. W. 

Smith, George F. 

Spreckels, A. B. 

Spreckels, J. D. 

Spring, E. S. 

Syz. H. W. 

Taylor, J. AV. 

Taylor, W. H. 

Tevis, H. L. 

Verdenal, D. F. 

AVadham, L. 

Wallace, James H. 

Wattles, J. B. 

Weill, Leon 

Weill, Raphael 

White, James P. 

Willey, O. F. 

Williams, Captain F. 

Wilshire, AV. B. 

Wilson, J. C. 

AVood, AV. S. 
AVoodworth, F. A. 
Yost, D. L. 



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PACIFIC YACHT CI.UB 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS. 



Ayers, G. P. 
Bandman, J. 
Benton, C. L. 
Bryant, George H. 
Campbell, H. 
Cole, C. M. 
Cramer, F. A. 
Davis, W. S. 
Dickensen, G. H. 
Dvvyer, J. R. 
Eldridge, S. A. 
Elliot, Charles E. 
Esterli, A. M. 
Farnfield, C. P. 
Forman, S. W. 
Grimes, George T. 
Harrison, J. W. 
Hilbom, S. G. 
Hohweisner, F. 
Hug, Charles A. 
Jaynes, F. 
Joseph!, D. E. 
Kinse, W. H. 
Kohler, H. H. 
Lesser, E. AV. 
Macintosh, W 
Marcus, George 
Martenstein, J. A. 
Mason, Charles 
McAllister, W. F. 
McLeod, D. 
Meagher, T. F. 
Melville, W. R. 
Merritt, S. 



Meyer, E. 
Montealegre, C. F. 
Nobman, J. C. 
O'Kane, W. D. 
•Palmer, J. J. 
Palmer, Sidney 
Parsons, J. 
Pennel, C. C. 
Piatt, C. W. 
Potter, E. E. 
Price, Thomas 
Ross, George 
Shattuck, C. H. 
Sieberst, H. G. 
Skelley, M. 
Slinkey, J. E. 
Smith, C. W. 
Sparrow, A, R. 
Stone, L. D. 
Sullivan, F. J. 
Talbot, W. H. 
Tams, Sampson 
Theobald, G. J. 
Thomas, Leon B. 
Toohy, D. J. 
Walter, Henry 
Walter, W. J. 
Watson, Thomas 
Wendell, Dr. Edwin 
Wheeler, E. A. 
Wickersham, F. A. 
Woodlock, John 
Yost, John D. 



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San Francisco Yacht Club 



Club House, Sausalito, Cal. 



The San Fraucisco Yacht Club was organized in July, 1S69, and reorganized, in 
July, 3873. The directors meet quarterly. The Secretary can be communicated with 
at 220 Market street. 



OFFICERS 
I. GUTTE - - . _ 

E. W. Newhall - . - 
Captain Matthew Turner 
C. W. Kellogg - - - 
Charles G. Yale - - - 



. Commodore 
Vice Commodore 

- Measurer 
Treasurer 

- Secretary 



directors 



William Kruse, 
Charles Chittenden 
Louis Sloss, Jr. 
John W. Pew 
J. W. Harrison 



I. Gutte 

E. W. Newhall 

Captain Matthew Turner 

C. W. Kellogg 

Charles G. Yale 



William Letts Oliver 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pound round canisters only. 
Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO.; Sole Proprietors. 



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SAN FRANCISCO YACHT CLUB 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



Belknap, D. P. 
Blum, Leon 
Bowen, George 
Castle, Arthur 
Chandler, F. B. 
Chittenden, Charles 
Dewey, W. P. 
Donahue, James M. 
Dowling, Thomas 
English, J. F. 
Farnfield, C. P. 
Floyd, R. S. 
Foote, W. W. 
Gutte, I. 
Haldan, E. B. 
Haley, W. H. 
Harrison, J. W. 
Herold, R. 
Hirsch, Louis 
Kellogg, Charles W. 
Knowles, George B. 
Kruse, William 
Lee, John 
Levy, Judge Walter 
Lukens, E. G. 



Malter, G. H. 
Marcus, George 
May, Joseph 
McCarthy, William 
McDonough, J. 
McNear, George W. 
Merritt, Dr. Samuel 
Moore, R. S. 
Muser, Otto 
Newhall, E. N. 
Newman, Dr. L. 
Noble, H. H. 
Oliver, William Letts 
Pew, J. W. 
Shotwell, J. :\L 
Sloss, Leon 
Sloss, Louis, Jr. 
Smith, F. M. 
Spinney, W. S. 
Spreckels, J. D. 
Stickney, B. 

Turner, Captain William 
Williams, H. B. 
WVnants, P. P. 
Yale, Charles G. 



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nice cup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



cup 
retiring. 



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Oakland Canoe Club 

Oakland Creek, foot of Alice St., Oakland 



The Oakland Canoe Club was organized January 23, 1886, and the Doat house of 
the Mystic Boat Club purchaser? and remodeled to suit the purposes of its new owners. 
?he bunding is easy of access by several local railroad lines and has a good landing 
place at all stages of the tide. 



OFFICERS 

W. W. Blow 
A. D. Harrison 
Henry M. Landsberger 
W. G. Morrow 



I,IFE members 



W. W. Blow 
George T. Wright 
Henry Olsen 

Beasley, Thomas D. 
De la Montanya, A. 
Engelbrecht, Mrs H. 

Allen, Arthur 
Blow, A. H. 
Blow, W. W. 
Campbell, William 
Cooper, E. R. 
Darneal, Hervey 

Engelbrecht, H. A. 

Engelbrecht, R. T. 

Folkers, G. A. W. 

Giusti, John J. 

Gump, Abe, 

Harms, R. G. C. 

Harrison, A. D. 

Hasslocher, E. A. von 



- Commodore 

Vice Commodore 

- Secretary 

- Treasurer 

A. D. Harrison 
Henry M. Landsberger 
W. G. Morrow 



honorary members 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Piatt, A. G. 
Richards, B. W. 



Havens, A. W. 
Henderson, E. M. 
Kuster, H. C. 
Landsberger, H.M. 
Langstroth, J. A. 
Morrow, W. G. 
Olsen, Henry 
Olsen, John 
Smith, F. M. 
Ransome, Leslie 
Tallant, F. W. 
AViggins, James F. 
Wood, C. J. 
Wright, George T. 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET ^^otMng is better than a g^^^^^^ 

gested soup, such as is put up ^^l^^^^tt^^gi^^il^ca? Paoifi? C?aSt\gents. 



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Society of California Pioneers. 

Rooms, Pioneer Buii^ding, Fourth Street 



The Society of California Pioneers was organized in August 1850. The object of 
the Society is to collect and preserve information of the early settlement of the 
country, and to perpetuate the memory of the founders of this State, and also the 
male descendants of members. All Avho were in California prior to January 1st, 1850, 
are eligible to membership. The regular meetings are held on the first Monday of 
each month, and the annual election of officers on the seventh day of July. 



OFFICERS 

July, 1888—1889 
Arthur M. Ebbets 

Vice-Presidents 
Charlbs R. Story . . - 

John F. Lohse . - - 

C. T. Ryland - - - - 

A. K. P. Harmon - 

William M. Eddy - . . 

Howard Havens 

H. T. Graves - - - - 

Edward E. Chever 



President 

San Francisco 

San Francisco 

San Jose 

- Oakland 
Santa Barbara 

- Treasurer 
Secretary 

Marshal 



DIRECTORS 



Isaac E. Davis 
A. W. Von Schmidt 
A. E. Phelps 
Samuel Deal 



S. H. Daniels 



Peter Dean 
Edward Kruse 
Mi(;haftl Kane 
John O'^J. Reis 



MATTONI'S CARLSBAD GIESSHUBLER retains its gas for an unusually long time 
after the bottle has been opened. Grocers and Druggists keep it. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Press Club 



Club Rooms, South East Corner of Bush and Montgomery Streets 



The Press Club of San Francisco was organized August 30, 1888, Avith 80 charter 
members. The object of the Club is to bring members of the newspapers and other 
literary professions together in closer personal relations, and to advance the interests of 
professional journalism. The active membership consists of 125 members, which num- 
ber is constantly being increased. 



OFFICERS 



J. M. Ward 

George D. Squires 
T. J. Vivian 
Fremont Older 
W. B. Cooke - 
Charles A. Low - 



President 

- First Vice President 

Second Vice President 

Secretary 

- Treasurer 

Librarian 



DIRECTORS 



W. N. Hart 
T. F. Bonnet 



J. W. Pratt 
John P. Cosgrove 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MATT. SADLER. ^ CO . Pacific Coast Agents. 



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PRESS CIvUB 



CHARTER MEMBERS 



Adam, L. D. 
Allen, I. 
Barendt, A. H. 
Black, O. 
Bonner, John 
Bonnet, T. F. 
Brooke, H. L. 
Carroll, J. M. 
Carson, William 
Coe, C. M. 
Cook, A. C. 
Cooke, W. B. 
Corey, J. J. 
Cosgr-ave, J. O'H. 
Cosgrave, John P. 
Cosgrave, T. P. 
Cromwell, B. 
Dement, Edward D. 
De Young, M. H. 
Dressier, AV. D. 
Drury, Wells 
Dunning, J. P. 
Dye, AVilliam P. 
Fitch, George H. 
Flynn, Charles 
Forman, Sands W. 
Gagan, W^ H. 
Geary, M. J. 
Gibson, Frederick 
Gibson, Robert 
Greenway, E. M. 
Hahn, Eugene 
Hart, W. X. 
Haxton, H. R. 
Haycock, Judson 
Healey, A. J. 
Horton, S. W. 
Hudson, H. R. 
Hume, Hugh 
Irvine, Leigh 



Irwin, J. N. H. 
Jackson, A. C. 
Jordan, J. S. 
Klein, J. C. 
Lane, F. K. 
Lawrence, A. M. 
Lawrence, F. W. 
Love, J. H. 
Low, C. A. 
McArdle, J, D. 
Meyer, George H. 
Michel son, Charles 
Millard, F. B. 
Moran, E. F. 
Murphy, F. J. 
Murphy, P. J. 
Naughton, W. W. 
Nelligan, P. J. 
Older, Fremont 
I^xley, Frank M. 
Poundstone, A. L, 
Pratt, J. W. 
Prendergast, T. F. 
Reckard, E. L. 
Roberts, Percy W. 
Robison, J. L. 
Squires, George D. 
Thompson, Walter 
Timmins, John 
Townsend, E. W. 
ITlrich, Charles 
Yassault, L. S. 
Vi\ian, T. J. 
W^ard, J. M. 
W^hitty, J. H. 
Wiggin, Marcus P. 
"Wilson, Piercey 
Young, John P. 
Zeehandelaar, F. J. 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

Havana Cigars. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Dirigo Club 



Club House, 322 Geary Street 



The Dirigo Club was organized June 27. 1884, and incorporated December 9 of 
the samevear. The object of the association is the maintenance and support ot 
Republican principles, and the promotion of social intercourse among its members. 



OFFICERS 



W. H. Chamberlain 
George B. Knowles 
Walter E. Huey • 
T. H. Minor 



- President 

Vice President 

- Secretary 

Treasurer 



J. S. Mumaugh 
J. P. Rothwell 
G. J. Bucknall 
E. A. Belcher 



DIRECTORS 



W. H. Chamberlain 
George B. Knowles 
Walter E. Huey, 
T. H. Minor 



Henry J. Crocker 



■RTPWARrmON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
^''^''Ton^S^.'cufriedOysf^^^ and Fowl Plum Pudding and Po«^d ^I^^f,' ^^^^^^^^ 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacihc Loast Agents. 



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DIRIGO CLUB. 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Bandman, C. J. 
Barnes, W. H. L. 
Barnes, W. S. 
Belcher, E. A. 
Belshaw, C. E. 
Bonestell, C. K. 
Bonnell, A. C. 
Brown, J. F. 
Bucknall, Dr. G. J. 
Carmany, J. W. 
Castle, A. E. 
Center, William 
Chamberlain W. H. 
Church, S. R. 
Conly, W. H. 
Cornwall, A. W. 
Crocker, C. H. 
Crocker, H. J. 
Crocker, W. H. 
Danforth, E. 
Danforth, E. P. 
Davis, Horace 
Davis, John F. 
Dean, J. J. 
Decker, Dr. C. W. 
Dennison, Eli 
De Young, M. H. 
Dimond, W. H. 
Jelton, Charles N. 
Fenkhausen, Eudolph 
Flint, Thomas, Jr. 
Flood, George 
Furlong, A. W. 
George, Dr. E. 
Gilman, C. H. 
Gregory, Eugene J. 
Gunn, J. O'B. 
Hanmore, H. M. 
Harron, J. O. 
Havens, H. T., Jr. 



Hawes, A. G. 
Haymond, Creed 
Hecht, M. H. 
Hegler, John H. 
Hilby, F. M. 
Hoitt, Ira G. 
Horton, F. H. 
Huey, Walter E. 
Jackson, Andrew 
Johnson, F. S. 
Joy, Edwin W. 
Knowles, George B. 
Knowles, T. C. 
Knox, Thomas R. 
Kohler, H. H. 
Kruse, W. H. 
Martenstein, J. A. 
Maxwell, J. D. 
McXear, John A. 
Mead, T. K. 
Mighell, W. E. 
Miller, H. C. 
Miner, T. H. 
Montague, W. AY. 
Moore, H. P. 
Moore, P. P, 
Morrow, W. W. 
Mumaugh, J. S. 
Nye, D. F. 
O'Connor, Cornelius 
Painter, Arthur 
Pallock, Alexander 
Parke, L. C. 

Patterson, Judge Van R. 
Patton, Charles L. 
Price, A. F. 
Price, Thomas 
Regensburger, Dr. M. 
Roth well, J. P. 
Rountree, J. 0. 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up In 
glass especially for Children's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

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DIRIGO CIvUB 



213 



Shay, Frank 
Shortridge, S. M. 
Sloan, John 
Smith, W. M. 
Spence, R. B. 
Sperry, Austin 
Sperry, George B. 
Spreckels, Claus 
Spreckels, C. A. 
Stanford, Lei and 
Stump, I. C. 
Talbot, W. H. 
Talbot, W. H. 



Taylor, J. W. 
Thorn, Owen 
VanBuren,T. V. 
Walkington, T. G. 
Warner, Dr. A. 
Whitworth, J. M. 
Wickes, G. W. 
Willey F. D. 
Williams, A. P. 
Wilsey, W. J. 
Woodward, R. B. 
Wooster, F. L. 
Wright, C. W. 



C^or the (argest aad Q^iriesl |nCrssortinerLl 



OF 



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quart and pint cans and one and a half pint p:lass jars. ^ .^ ^ ^ , 
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The Byron Mauzy Musical Club 



The above Club was organized in the early part of the present year (1888), and now 
nnmbers over three hundred members. Its object is to foster a love for the best 
muTic to encourage teachers to bring forward their best pupils, thus striving by com- 
Sion and e,,uL^ to incite them to ambitious work and to bring forward 
aspfrants for the Lyric stage. A large Orchestra is connected with the clnb. Concerts 
are gtven twice each month, and members are entitled to two invitations for each 
concert The fees are fl.OO per quarter. . .-u^ 

Ta. Batkin is the Secretary, and Prof. H. R. Austin is the Conductor of the 
Orchestra, which is composed of the following members: 



Brown, J. A. 

Gove, T. S. 



FIRST VIOLINS 



Hoffman, M. G. 



Weigel, E. E. 
Lada, E. 



Beckedorff, G. H. 
Leszynsky, F. L. 
Dunn, Richard 

vroLA 
Austin, F. Victor 

CONTRA BASS 

Israel, E. A. 



SECOND VIOLINS 



Denton, C. 
Webb, W. 
Soto, Jose 

'cello 
Lada, Adolph 

TROMBONE 

Mocker, William 



Keogh, William 



CLARINETS 



Demoro, A, 



Nelson, Max 



Specht, G. 



FLUTES 



CORNETS 



Toplitz, Mai. 
Mauzy, E. R. 



HORNS 



Batkin, A. A. 

TYMPANI 

Chapman, M. 



Mauzy, Byron 

DRUMS 

Barr, William 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. 

Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



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THE BYRON MAUZY MUSICAL CLUB 



NAMES OF PATRONS AND MEMBERS 



Abrahamson, Miss 

Alexander, Mrs J. 

Alferitz, Mr and Mrs 

Allen, Mr and Mrs Charles D. 

Argue, Miss A. E. 

Austin, Mr and Mrs H. R. 

Austin, Miss Sissy 

Austin, F. Victor 

Banch, Peter, Jr. 

Barr, Mr and Mrs 

Bartlett, Mr and Mrs C. S. M. 

Bartlett, Prof. W. B. 

Bauman, Miss M. 

Becker, Mr George 

Belgrave, Mrs 

Bell, Mr M. L. 

Bergstein, Prof. Carl 

Bernard, Miss Blanche 

Bernard, Miss Flora A. 

Berolzhime, Mrs 

Blote, Mr and Mrs H. 

Bretz, Mr A. 

Briggs, Mrs E. M. 

Brown, Miss 

Brown, Mrs B. 

Brun, C. B. 

Bruns, Carl 

Brims, Miss Clara E. 

Bruns, W. G. 

Buchau, Professor 

Bull, Charles G. 

Bury, Miss May E. 

Buyer, Mr and Mrs C. 

Cabanass, Mrs 

Canton, Miss Maud 

Capp, Mr S. M. 

Carels, Mr J. H. 

Carter, Miss Etta 

Cellarus, Mr C. 

Chamberlain, Mrs J. P. 



Chase, Miss Minnie 
Christian, Miss Bertha 
Clark, Mrs 
Connelly, Miss 
Connelly, Mr and Mrs J. F. 
Corliss, Mrs M. J. 
Coursen, Miss Cathie 
Coursen, Miss Ellen 
Cushman, Mrs E. M. 
Dannmeyer, Mr and Mrs R. 
Denning, Miss Sadie 
Denton, Mr Carl 
Dickman, Mr and Mrs 
Dockstader, Miss L. S. 
Donigan, Mr John 
Donovan, Mrs J. 
Douglass, Mr John 
Drake, J. H. 
Dunbar, Miss E. M. 
Dunn, Dr. and Mrs R. K. 
Dunn, Mr and Mrs 
Dunn, Miss 
Eaton, Mrs H. J. 
Elkington, Mr James E. 
Fallon, Mr and Mrs William 
Farnham, Mr John 
Fassonan, Mrs E. 
Fitzgerald, Miss 
Forbes, Mrs 
Ford, Miss N. 

Fuller, Mr and Mrs W. P., Jr- 
Fusier, Mrs 
Galvin, Mr 
Gamble, Mr J. M. 
Garthorne, Mr. G. H. 
Geishaker, Miss M. 
Gilmore, Miss F. A. 
Goldman, Mrs C. 
Goldman, Miss Ernestine 
Gorman, Miss 



H. R. KELLY'S BOUQUET Key West Havana Cigars have uo equal. 

Smoke them and see for yourself. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



THE BYRON MAUZY MUSICAL CLUB 



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Graves, Miss 

Gray, Miss Annie L. 

Gregg, Miss 

Griffin, Miss Charlotte 

Griffin, Mr W. D. 

Grunhagen, Miss Charlotte 

Gschwandner, Professor 

Gummer, Miss Lillian 

Hallihan, Thomas 

Hanks, Mr. W. S. 

Handford, Miss E. V. 

Harding, Miss E. 

Harper, Miss Lulu 

Hart, Mr. 

Haymanson, Professor A. 

Heiman, Mrs C. 

Heney, Miss 

Hewlett, Mr and Mrs Frederick 

Hill, Mr E-. P. 

Hopkins, Miss 

Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Moses 

Hopkins, Mrs Peter 

Howe, Miss Susie 

Irish, Colonel and Mrs J. P. 

Jenkins, Miss Clara 

Johnstone, Miss Susie 

Jordan, Mrs L. 

Joseph, Miss Nellie 

Keenan, Mrs L. 

Kelly, Mr J. F. 

Kernan, Miss 

Kilham, Mr H. D. 

Knapp, E. G. 

Kneib, Mr and Mrs G. W. 

Kohler, Miss M. 

Krebs, Mrs 

Kuntze, Mr R. 

Kupfer, Miss Rosina 

Lada, Madame 

Lawlor, Miss 

Leckie, Mrs R. B. 

Lefeal, Professor 

Levy, I. G. 

Levy, Mr and Mrs M. 

Little, Mrs S. J. 



Littlefield, Mrs 
Loring, Miss Grace 
Lubber t, Miss 
Maguire, Miss 
Maguire, Mr James 
Maitland, Mrs M. 
Maxwell, Mr Henry 
MacHopkins, Miss 
McChesney, Miss Alice 
McChesney, Mr and Mrs J. B- 
McClelland, Mr and Mrs John 
McCrillis, Mrs B. F. 
Mcintosh, Mr Charle* 
Mcintosh, Mr and Mrs H. P. 
McKinn, Mrs 

McLean, H. W. 

Mergenthaler Miss 

IMiller, Mr and Mrs 

Monk, Mrs H. P. 

Montgomery, Mrs A. 

Moore, Miss Clara 

Morris, Mrs M. E. 

Morrison, Mrs T. H. 

Mosher, Mr 

Mott, Ernest A. 

Muncy, William G. 

Murdock, Mrs William 

Murphy, Miss Annie 

iSippert, Mrs L. 

Norman, F. G. 

Palmer, Mr and Mrs George 

Palmer, Professor H. C. 

Pancoast, Dr. F. 

Parkhurst, Mrs N. N. 

Pattianni, Mr and Mrs W. L. 

Peters, Miss Lillian 

Pfund, Miss Amelia 

Pieper, Mr Henry C. 

Pierce, Mr and Mrs Joseph 

Ptetson, Mr M. B. 

Pugsley, Mrs 

Pugsley, Mrs. 

Purdy, Mr A. J. 

Purdy, Miss Eloise 
RacouUait, Miss 



Chicken and Game Pates Trufflei, made in the French style by the FRANCO-AMERI- 
CAN FOOD CO., will be found delicious for Breakfast, Lunch or Supper. Ask 
your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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THE BYRON MAUZY MUSICAL CLUB 



Randall, Mis8 Mary 
Rapp, Mrs J. 
Rappin, Miss E. 
Rappin, Miss Victoria 
Raymond, Miss 
Redmon, Dr. and Mrs 
Redmon, Miss Maud 
Redmon, Miss Stella 
Roeckle, Professor Joseph 
Reid, Mrs G. 
Reindl, Professor J. J. 
Remillard, Mrs L\ 
Reynolds, Miss Alice 
Rendall, Miss May 
Reynolds, Professor Clark 
Reynolds, Miss Edith 
Reynolds, Miss Eva 
Reynolds, Miss D. M. 
Reynolds, Mr S. H. 
Richardson, Miss Lizzie 
Roberts, Miss Zeno 
Robertson, Mr E. B. 
Rogers, Miss Lottie 
Ross, Mr 
Ross, Mrs George 
Rutherford, Mrs H. M. 
Ryan, Miss Fannie E. 
Sadler, Mr and Mrs Caleb 
Schernstein, Professor Carl 
Schneider, Miss Lily 
Schulx, Miss 
Sesnon, Mr Robert F. 
Shaner, Mr Charles 
Sherwood, Miss Lily 
Sherwood, Miss Theresa 
Sholl, Miss 
Sichel, Professor Abe 
Smith, B. J. 
Smith, Mrs S. P. 
Snyder, Mrs Melville 
Solomons, Miss 
Soto, Jose 



Staples, Mr and Mrs D. J. 
Taylor, Mrs 
Taylor, Mrs S. H. 
Taylor, Mrs W. C. 
Thomas, C. F. 
Thomas, Miss T. 
Thompson, Mrs Charles E. 
Thompson, Mrs F. R. 
Tittle, Miss Carrie 
Turner, Miss 
Tuttle, Miss Jennie 
Ulrich, Mrs Alvin 
Ulrich, J. Alvin 
Walker, Mrs J. M. 
Walker, Mrs William 
Walton, Mr 

Ward, Dr. and Mrs J. W. 
Warren, Alfred 
Weaver, Mrs. 
Webb, A. B. 
Webb, Mrs C. H. 
Webb, E. Carter 
Weber, Mr C. F. 
AVhaites, Miss E. B. 
Whalin, Miss 
Whaliu, William 
Wharf, F. L. 
Wickham, Miss 
Wickham, Mr and Mrs D. C. 
Wiehe, Mrs 
AVilliams, Mrs J. L. 
Wilson, Miss Alice 
Wilson, C. M. 
Wissell, Mr A. 
Winslow% Herbert H. 
Wood, Miss Isabel, 
Wcolner, Mr F. J. 
Wrinkle, Mrs L. J. F. 
Wysham, Professor H. Clay 
Young, Miss S. M. 
Ziflferer, Professor 
Zifferer, Mme. Billoni 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Palace Hotel 



C. H. LIVINGSTON, Manager 



Reception T>ay— Monday 



Allison, Mr and Mrs D. E. 

Alvord, Mr and Mrs William 

Armstrong, AV. H. 

Austin, Mr and Mrs Jo83ph 

Ball. G. 

Belcher, Judge W. C. 

Boggs, Honorable and Mrs iohn 

Booth, Mr and Mrs A. G. 

Boy son, Dr. and Mrs 

Brown, William E. 

Buxton, 0. W. 

Carroll, G. L. 

Carroll, John 

Carroll, Miss 

Carroll, Miss F. 

Gather wood, Mr and Mrs R. B. 

Chapman, Mr and Mrs W. S. 

Cheeseman, Mr and Mrs Morton 

Miss 

Clark, Mr and Mrs C. H. 

Colburn, Mrs C. H. 

Coleman, Carleton C. 

Cook, Seth 

Crocker, C. H. 

Curry, Judge and Mrs John 

Dean, Mrs E. J. 

The Misses 

Decker, Mrs Peter 

Dennis, Dr. and Mrs 

Dobinson, J. H. 

Donahue, James M. 

Dunphy, Mr and Mrs W. H. 

Easton, Mr and Mrs Wendell 



Estee, Mr and Mrs Morris M. 

Miss Maud 

Eyre, Col. and Mrs E. E. 

-Miss 

Falkenstein, Mr and Mrs H. 

Miss 

Farquharson, David 

Farquh arson, D. F. 

Flavin, Mr and Mrs M. J. 

Ford, J. A. 

Foute, Rev. and Mrs R. C. 

Frank, Mr and Mrs F. A. 

French, Mr and :Mrs Peter 

Friedman, Captain J. S. 

Friel, Captain and Mrs D. E. 

Garber, E. R. 

Gilson, Mr and Mrs L. 

Goodman, Mr and 3Irs T. H. 

Goodman, Mrs J. H. 

Goodrich, E. D. 

Grant, Mr and Mrs Jesse 

Grinbaum, Mr and Mrs M. S. 

Hall, Mr and Mrs C. P. 

Hall, Mrs N. C. 

Hallett, Mr and Mrs George H 

Hallett, AVilliam 

Halsey, Mr and Mrs A. 

Hart, Mr and Mrs Harry 

Henarie, D. V. B. 

Houghton, H. B. 

Houghton, Gen. and Mrs J. F. 

Miss 



jcvi T Y'« KEY WEST H WANA CIGARS have been sold in this market for 



220 



PAI.ACE HOTEI. 



Ivers, Mrs Richard 

Miss 

Jones, Mr and JNIrs D. H. 
Josephs, Mrs E. 
Kingsley, C. H. 
Kirkpatrick, Mr and Mrs E. 
Lancaster, Mr and Mrs E. A. 
Laton, ]Mr and Mrs C. A. 
Lissack, Louis 
Livingston, C. H. 
Lugsden, Mr and Mrs Jay 

Miss 

Luning, N. 

Miss 

Mackay, John W. 

IVEaiu, Mr and Mrs Charles 

Martin, Mr and Mrs J. P. 

Maynard, Mr and Mrs J. H. 

Maynard, Mr and Mrs VV. J. 

Mayne, Charles 

McAllister, Dr. and Mrs 

McCarthy, Mr and ]Mrs F. F. 

Meylert. Dr. and Mrs A. P. 

Moore, A. P. 

Moore, Mrs Samuel 

Morse, Captain and Mrs H. G. 

Mozley, Mrs B. 

Mudgett, J. G. 

Murphy, D. T. 

MjTick, Honorable M. H. 

Newton, ]Mr and Mrs Morris 

Nichols, Captain and Mrs D. C. 

Nickerson, A. A. 

Miss Maud 

Nuttall, Mr and Mrs J. R. K. 
Payne, Mrs Theodore 
Payne, Warren R. 
Pearson, H. A. 

Prescott, Mr and Mrs George W. 
Ramsdell, Mr and Mrs Ira L. 
Raum, Mr and Mrs George E. 
Reid, Mrs General H. T. 
Rice, Mr and Mrs George H. 
Rosenstock, Mr and Mrs S. W. 



Ross, Mr and Mrs A. 
Ryer, F. F. 
Ryer, Mrs W. M. 
Savage, Colonel and Mrs R. H. 
Sawyer, Dr. and Mrs A. F. 
Sharon, Mr and Mrs A. D. 
Shaw, Mr and Mrs C N. 
Simons, Mr and Mrs P. B. 
Smith, Mr and Mrs F. M. 
Spreckels, Mr and Mrs C. A. 
Spruance, Mr and Mrs John 
Stone, N. B. 
Sunderland, Mrs Thomas 

Miss 

Taggart, Miss 

Tarnes, Mr and Mrs Juan 

Thomas, Mr and Mrs R. P. 

Thore, C. P. 

Thornton, Colonel H. L 

Tilford, E. A. 

Towne, Mr and Mrs A. N. 

Treadwell, Mrs Mabel 

Trumbo, Mr and Mrs Isaac 

Trumbo, Mr and Mrs J. W. 

Tubbs, Mr and Mrs A. L. 

Miss 

Turrell, M. H. 
Waite, Mr and Mrs C. B. 
Walker, Judge George B. 
Walkington, Mr and Mrs T. J. 

Miss E. J. 

Walter, W. J. 

Waterman, Mrs E. J. 

Webb, G. Creighton 

Weill, Henry 

Weill, Leon 

Weill, Raphael 

Weill, Sylvian 

Whitney, Dr and Mrs J. D. 

Wilder, Mr and Mrs C. J. 

Williams, Senator and Mrs A. P. 

Wood, J. W. 

Wood, Miss Nellie 

Zinney, T. J. 



GORDON & DILWORTH'S Fine Preserved Fruits, JelUes, Olives, Ketchup, Wine 
Jellies, Etc., to be had at all faucv Grocers. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Baldwin Hotel 



BaldwiD, George W. 

Baum, M. C. 

Bradley, Mr and Mrs George L. 

Miss Grace 

Dean, Mr and Mrs Walter E. 

Walter L. 

Dewey, Mr and Mrs W. P. 
Eppinger, Mr and Mrs J. 
Fair, Charles L. 
Fair, James G., Jr. 



Fox, Mr and Mrs C. W. 
Fox, George W. 
Gillon, James 
Greenway, E. M. 
Highton, Mr and Mrs H. E. 
Kowalsky, H. S. 
Ostroski, Mr and Mrs S. 
Sharp, Mrs. George F. 
Unruh, Mr and Mrs H. A. 
Warburton, Mrs Helen 



Grand Hotel 



S. F. THORN, Manager 



Reception Day — Monday 



Allen, Judge J. M. 

Bennett-, T. A. 

Burns, Mr and Mrs Isidore 

Cahill E. J. 

Cammock, J. M. 

Carey, General and Mrs J. T. 

Casa, A. Delia 

Clarke, T. D. 

Curtis, Edward 

Davis, Mr and Mrs E. G. 

DeForest, Mr and Mrs W. F. 

Doe, John S. 

Forsaith, E. W. 

Hamilton, William 

Jewell, T. E. 



Jewett, ;Mr and Mrs J. H. 
Lee, Dr. W. M. 
Logan, MrsM. A. 
McClatchy, Mrs James 

The Misses 

Montgomery, George S. 
O'Leary, Fergus 
Severance, J. Seymour 
Stewart, Senator William M. 
Tharpe, Mr and Mrs E. H. 
Thorn, Mr and Mrs S. F. 
Underhill, Mr and Mrs Jacob 
Webster, F. L. 
Wilson, E. J. 



MATTONI'S GIESSHUBLER. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

of all Visitors at Carlsbad. MAU, SADLER &. CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



222 



Lick House 



Adams, L. L. 

Andrews, Colonel and Mrs A. 

Barnes, Miss Bessie 

Barnes, Mr and Mrs W. P. 

Breon, Mr and Mrs Paul 

Clements, John 

Coleman, Mrs J. H. 

Ehrman, Mr and Mrs John 

Eraser, Mr and Mrs T. E. 

Gillig, H. 

Gnudelmyn, Joseph 

Godsey, G. P. 

Gould, Mr and Mrs E. H. 

Harkness, Dr. 

Hawkins, Mr and Mrs John E. 

Heller, Mr and Mrs Moses 

Hinsdale, G. S. 

Huston , John 



Jacobs, Mr and Mrs B. M. 
Kenitzer, ]\Ir and Mrs Henry 
Leach, G. W. 
Lynds, A. 
McCeney, J. C. 
McDonough, Mr and Mrs R. 
Piper, W. A. 
Pratt, Mr and Mrs R. H. 
Reddy, Mr and Mrs P. 
Rosenfeld, Mr and Mrs John 
Saxe, Colonel and Mrs P. 
Seaver, Mr and Mrs W. A. 
Sutherland, Mrs E. E. 
Sutherland, Miss L. 
Treadwell, John 
Unger, Frank 
Wood, E. 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pound round canisters only 
Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO.. Sole Proprietors. 



223 



Occidental Hotel 



WILIylAM B. HOOPER, Manager 



Reception Day — Monday 



Beers, Rev. and Mrs H. W. 

Bijette, Madame 

Byrne, F. J. 

Byrne, J. W. 

Collier, Mr and Mrs William B. 

Craven, Mrs N. R. 

Craven, Miss M. M. 

Cressy, E. P. 

Diitard, Mr and Mrs H. 

Eagan, Captain and Mrs C. P. 

Fair, James G. 

Fenner, Mrs J. D. 

Fenner, Miss 

Fillmore, Mr and Mrs J. A. 

Ghaselen, Dr. 

Gwens, C. C. 

Hager, Judge and Mrs John S. 

Miss Emelie 

Miss Alice 

Hale, Mr and Mrs Joseph P. 

Miss Josephine 

Hellen, Mr and Mrs C. C. 
Hill, Mr and Mrs Morgan 



Irvine, Mrs J. 

Irwin, B. J. D., U. S. A. 

Keeney, Dr and Mrs J. W. 

Marye, George T., Jr. 

McClure, David 

McCoppin, Mr and Mrs Frank 

McCoppin, Miss 

McLeod, Mr and Mrs Daniel 

McPherson, Miss Sophie 

Rodgers, Arthur 

Shields, William 

Shorb, Mr and Mrs J. De Barth 

Shorb, Miss Inez 

Smith, Mr and Mrs J. Henlej' 

Sperry, Mrs A. W. 

Sperry, Miss B. 

Sullivan, Mrs Thomas 

Sullivan, Miss M. 

Taylor, Dr. W. E. 

Taylor, Miss Grade 

Tingle, Mrs 

Tingle, Miss 

Wood, J. L. 



How pleasaut after the Theatre or an Evening Partv to be able to offer your guests a 
nice cup of FRA^X'0-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 
retiring. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



ROTGL PLGA$ffnTOn 



SUTTER AND JDNES STS. 



MRS, M E. PENDLETON, Prop 



San Francisca 




The Pleasanton is the newest and most elegantly furnished hotel in 
San Francisco. Its location, 450 feet above sea level, and just ofiF the 
main streets, while near them, makes it the most desirable stopping 
place for Eastern Tourists and the best family hotel in the city. It is 
furnished throughout in the latest and most approved style. All suites 
and single rooms are provided with call and return call electrical bells, 
hot and cold water and everything conducive to the comfort and 
well-being of the guests. The tab' e is surpassed by none. Accommo- 
dations for transient as well as permanent guests. 



'*E1 fllonte" Hotel 

SAUSA.LITO, CAL. 

The HeaPest Country Fan^ily I^esoPt Outside of San 
prancisco. Summer Cottages for Fan:iilies 

Hotel Open Summer and Winter + JJ/. (p^. ^^^tt/nAe^u^ ^^^cA. 



22;-) 



Hotel Pleasanton 

Sutter Street 
MRS. M. E. PENDLKTON 



Reception Day — Moyiday 



Albertson, Dr and Mrs 
Ames, Mrs E. C. 
Baker, Mr and Mrs A. 
Barker, 0. A. 
Bee, Everett N. 
Bee, Mrs S. L. 
Beford, Miss Fannie 
Bensley, Mr and Mrs John B. 
Bloodgood, Miss Annie 
Bode, William 
Bowman, Professor M. L. 
Briggs, Mr and Mrs Arthur R. 
Burns, Mrs M. A. 

-Miss 

Burns, W. F. 
Clayton, Mrs Charles 
Cohen, Mr and Mrs R. 
Cole, Mr and Mrs N. P. 

Miss Emma 

Miss Nellie 

Crane, A. E. 
Cristy, Mrs H. P. 

Miss 

Currier, Mr and Mrs J. P. 
Miss 



Danneviller, Professor Marc J. 
Davidson, Mr and Mrs D. B. 
Dewey, W. H. 

Dickinson, Colonel and Mrs J. H. 
Dickinson, Mr and Mrs W. L. 

Miss 

DeKrafft, J. C. P., U. 8. N. 
Duff, Miss A. M. 
Easton, George 
Easton, Mrs O. W. 

Miss E. B. 

Fernald, Mr and Mrs F.L., U.S.N. 

C. B., U. S. N. 

Fisher, Willie E. 
Foster, Mr and Mrs Samuel 
Gibbons, Mrs T. P. 
Gilman, Captain H. 
Gilmore, Mr and Mrs J. H. 
Gordon, Mr and Mrs 
Green, Mr and Mrs F. H. 
Haines, Dr. and Mrs B. W. 
Hall, Mr and Mrs Milton R. 
Harrington, Mr and Mrs W. B. 
Henschliflfe, Mr and Mrs C. H. 
Henshelwood, Mr and Mrs Thos.R. 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

MAU, SADLER «fe CO., Pacific Ctast Agents. 



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HOTEL PIvEASANTON 



Hovey, Mr and Mrs S. D. 

Howitt, R. 

Huntington, Mr and Mrs W. V. 

Jackson, Miss C. C. 

Jackson, J. 

Jaynes, Mr and Mrs Frank 

Kenyon, Dr and Mrs C. G. 

Kew, Mr and Mrs M. 

Kimball, Mrs G. G. 

Knighton, E.. 

La Montagne, Mr and Mrs Pierre 

Lee, W. G. 

Lewis, W. S. 

Low, Mr and Mrs George A. 

Manchester, E. AV. 

McDonald, Mr and Mrs M. J. 

Mesick, Mrs M. A. 

Miss M. 

Meux, J. P. 
Miller, Miss Ida 
Moore, Mr and Mrs J. B. 
Nicholson, Mr and Mrs Peter 

Alexander 

Orndorff, Miss 

Osment, Mr and Mrs F. M. 

Owens, Mr and Mrs W. J. 

Owens, Miss A. R. 

Perry, Gen. & Mrs Alex. J.,U. S. A. 

Miss 

Peterson, Mr and Mrs Frank 
Piatt, Miss 



Porter, Mrs Maria 

Poulson, Mrs Edna S. 

Pounds, J. H. H. 

Presbey, F. L. 

Raum, Mr and Mrs George E. 

Relfe, Miss K. 

Shepard, Mr and Mrs A. B. 

Sheridan, D. 

Smart, Mr and Mrs George C. 

Smith, Miss C. A. 

Smith, Mr and Mrs Walter V. 

Soule, W. A. 

Sparhawk, Miss S, 

i^tringer, C. P. 

Strong, Brand Mrs C, G. 

Tanner, Captain and Mrs Z. L. 

Thomas, Miss L. 

Thorn, Charles C. 

Walker, Mr and Mrs S. P. 

Warburtou, Mr and Mrs E. J,, U.S.N, 

West, Miss M. B. 

West, MissH. R. 

AVhitney, Mrs Captain F. A. 

Whitney, Miss M. M. 

Wicks, S. G. 

AVill.ams, Mr and Mrs C. H. 

Williar, Mr and Mrs J. H. 

Wilson, Mrs L. 8. 

Wilson, Thomas S. 

Wise, Hon. John H. 

Wood, W. H. 



Always leliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West Havana Cigars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



227 



The Berkshire 

711 Jones Street 
MRS CAROLINE BLITZ 



Bachman, Mr and Mrs S. 

Ballard, Irwin 

Barnell, Mr and Mrs Robert 

Bent, Mr and Mrs Edward F. 

Blount, Mrs A. K. 

Botsford, Mrs E. 

Cochran, Dr. and Mrs John 

Cuspenera, Madame 

De La Requena, Madame 

DeNoon, Mrs 

Miss Emma 

Miss Dottie 

Elliot, Miss Kate 

Fagan, Mr and Mrs E. 

Fairchild, Harriet 

Fisher, Mr and Mrs E. F. 

Elagg, C. C. 

Gardiner, Miss 

Grosvenor, Mrs Fredrica 

Harpham, Lee 

Hopkins, F. C. 

Hurlburt, Dr. 

Jewett, Miss Fidelia 

Jones, Mr and Mrs Charles 

Joyce, Martin 

Judge, Mr and Mrs H. M. 

Keith, Professor and Mrs N. S. 

Kerr, Earl 



Kinne, Mr and Mrs C. Mason 

Miss Ella 

Miss Alice 

Kirk, Miss Florence 
Levy, Mrs John 

Miss Goldie 

Long, Mrs John T. 
Mackey, H. 
Mattheus, Mrs M. 
Maupay, Emma 
Mayer, Miss Josephine 
McBryde, Mrs 

The Misses 

McGlechlen, Mr and Mrs 
McMahon, Mr and Mrs B. 

Miss Marion 

Miss Paralee 

Miss Alice 

Meyer, Miss Emma 
Moore, Mr and Mrs Alfred 
Moultrie, Mrs L. M. 

Miss 

Porter, Mrs B. F. 

Miss Sadie 

Miss May 

Rogers, B. 

Searles, Mr and Mrs Robert 

Sims, Mr and Mrs John R. 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



228 



THE BERKSHIRE 



Skenner, Mrs Grace 

Jack 

Harry 

Smith, Mrs' C. B. 

Miss Clara 

Miss Minnie 

Smith, Captain and Mrs G. F. 

Walter 

Smith, Reverend J . C. 

Smith, Reverend and Mrs J. K. 

Miss Edith 

Sproule, James 



Stevenson, A. 
Tuggle, H. 
Vincent, Clarence 
Walsh, Mr and Mrs J. C. 
AVeill, ]Mr and Mrs Charles 
Winn, Mr and Mrs A. H. 
Wollweber, Mr and Mrs B. 

Miss C. J. 

Woods, Miss May 

Wrey, Mr and Mrs G. E. B. 

Zook, Mr and Mrs Frank 



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The Renton 

712 SUTTER STREET 
MRS. Iv. W. BROWN 



Blaisdell, C. J. 

Blethen, Mr and Mrs C 

Cowan, Mr 

Davis, Mr 

Derkson, Mr 

Ferguson. Mr and Mrs G. B. 

Gordon, Mrs 

C. P. 

Miss 

Hall, Mr and Mrs J. C. 
Hamilton, Mr and Mrs F. F. 
Hollis, Mr and Mrs William 
Jones, Mr and Mrs J. D. 



Judkins, Mr and Mrs P. C. 

Manning, Miss A. M. 

Mitchell, Mr and Mrs G. H. 

Molloy, Mrs B. 

Mosby, Colonel James 

Norton Miss M. E. 

Peele, Mrs 

Pro vine, Judge and Mrs 

Root, H. 

Saxe, Mr 

Starr, Mr and Mrs A. M. 

Wallace, Dr. William 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up in 
glass especially for Children's Diet, Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Ageuts. 



229 



The Oriel 



Market Street 



Acherson, Charles H. 



Adams, Mr 
Bonney, Miss Callie 
Breaisted, Mrs 

Buckingham, Mr and Mrs W. 
Cooke, Mr 
Douglas, Mrs 

Garvin, Reverend and Mrs 
Hamilton, Dr. and Mrs W. 

Miss 

Hanlon, Mr 
Harrington, Miss Sarah 
Hobson, C. B 
Hughes, Mr and Mrs 
Izer, Reverend Dr. and Mrs 
Jeffries, Mr and Mrs 
Kidder, Miss 



Kinsman, Charles F. 
Lean, Mr and Mrs W. 
Lincoln, Mrs and Sons 
Marble, L. 
Miller, Miss 

Mooreland, Mr and Mrs 
Mozart, Mr and Mrs E. H. 
Nordlinger, N. E, 
Pickett, G. W. 
Rhodes, Mrs Susan 

Raleigh E. 

W. H. L. 

Shockley, Mr 
Spear, Mr and Mrs 
Spence, Mr and Mrs Clark 
Watt, Mr and Mrs 
AVills, Mr and Mrs 



The Westminster 

Sutter Street 
MRS R. H. SAWYER 



Babcock, John 

Baggs, Mr and Mrs Montgomery 

Coggins, Edward 

Conditt, Mr and Mrs Elliot 

Harron, J. O. 

Kilgariff, Jack 

Parks, Mr and Mrs T. AV. 



Powell, Mr and Mrs Abraham 

McCall, Robert 

McLarren, Mr 

Rowan d, Dr and Mrs 

Thorne, Owen 

Treat, Mr 

AVarner, Mr and Mrs Charles 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S French Soups are put up for family use in 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents 



230 



Hotel Bella Vista 

1001 Pine Street 
MRS VOIvNEY SPALDING 



Reception Day — ihursday 



Ames, Mr and Mrs Fisher 

Bond,C. A. 

Bunker, Mr and Mrs William 

Burling, J. W. 

Clement, Mr and Mrs L. H. 

Cutter, Mr and Mrs C. G. 

Donohoe, Mr and Mrs Dennis 

Donohoe, ]Miss Rose 

Dorn, Lieut, and Mrs, U. S. N. 

Edmonds, Miss Emily 

Everts, Mr and Mrs P. 

Fish, INIr and Mr Thomas 

Fletcher, Lieut, and Mrs Rob't H. 

Gere, Miss Lucia 

Gillig, Mr and Mrs John 

Green, Mrs Duff 

Green, Miss 

Grow, Mr and Mrs C. A. 

Grow, Miss Nellie 

Gummer, Mrs C. V. 

Hall, Mr and Mrs A. A. 

Hastings, Mr and Mrs D. N. 

Hastings, Dr. J . 

The Misses 

Hatch, Miss ^Nlary 
Hooper, Mr and Mrs R. B. 
Hunt, ]\rr and Mrs Randall 
Kellogg, L. M. 



Kellogg, Miss 

Lewis, Dr. and MrsD. O., U. S. 

Littlefield, Mr and Mrs J. H. 

Long, L. L. 

Macondray, Miss M. L. 

Martin, Mrs H. B. 

McAfee, Mrs 

Messersmith, E. T. 

jMoseley, Andrew S. 

Pinckard, ^Mr and Mrs G. M. 

Purdy, Mrs LB. 

Rail.E. B. 

Rawlings, Mr and Mrs Lloyd 

Sinton, Colonel and Mrs R. LI. 

Sinton, Miss Lizzie 

Stevens, Mr and Mrs E. E. 

Stone, J. C. 

Throckmorton, Miss 

Tobin, M. E. 

Townsend, Mr and Mrs Edward 

Tracy, Mrs A. F. 

Tracy, Theodore F. 

Tracy, Wilham E. 

Vandewater, Mrs 

Wadsworth, Mrs P]. 

Wads worth, Miss Mary 

White, Mr and Mrs G. Knight 

Zifferer, Professor and Madame 



N. 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the fiuest iuthe land, sold everywhere. Ask your Grocer 
for it. MAU, SADLER & CO., Sole Proprietors. 



,— VfeV 



^OTEL VENbOME 



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1 

COyERlNG SEVEN ACRES OF GROUND 

LOCATED ON 






Belueen Empire and,Hobson 



Sai} Jose, Qalifor^ia 



SAN JOSE'S SUMMER AND WINTER 

RKSOR.T 




CDL, E. III. ROOT, Manager 



Formerly Manager of the Grand Central Hotel, New York City 



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R OTSL venoome 






O^HE new and magnificent Hotel Vendome is now 
|\^ open for the reception of the public. Beauti- 
ful drives to places of great interest, such as 
the Lick Observatory on Mt. Hamilton, the pictur- 
esque canon of Alum Rock and surroundings. 

The most Elegant Establishment in the world, 
and California's famous Resort for summer and winter, 
containing over i8o rooms, with all the modern im- 
provements. Its close proximity to San Francisco, 
the rapid and frequent communication with the great 
city, its warm winter days, and withal a magnificent 
Hotel, with every comfort and convenience that mod- 
ern ideas could suggest, the Hotel Vendome cannot 
fail to become the most attractive place in California. 
In connection with the Hotel is a Billiard and 
Club Room. 

Coiv. E. W. ROOT 



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232 SUMMER RESORTS 



HOTEL Rafael 



SAN RAFAEL, CAL. 



CI.IMATE PERFECT ^f«. D ATCQ ''^^°**^"^^P^^^^^'' ^^"'^^ ^° ^'^^P^^^^^^ 

IJO FOGS "^i^ "" ' ^^ ' According to accommodations 

SPECIAL RATES BY THE MONTH 

'HE HOTEL RAFAEL, situated just outside the town of San Rafael, is one of the 

best appointed Hotels in this country. The grounds are spacious and beauti- 

Vx^^ fully laid out; the drives and scenery are unsurpassed. The Hotel is located 

^ O^ upon a knoll overlooking the valley and directly facing Mt. Tamalpais. The 

view from the Hotel is very extensive, and its grandeur calls forth the admiration of all 

who have seen it. The CHEF DE CUISINE has a national reputation. 

The projectors of the enterprise recognizing the necessity of a Hotel in this beauti- 
ful spot, have spared no money to make this in everj' particular the best Hotel in 
America. 

Fifty niinutes* I^ide from San Franeiseo 

by the ferry and cars ot the San Francisco tt North Pacific Railroad via Point Tiburon; 
or by the North Pacific Coast Railroad via Sausalito. Both routes crossing the bay oppos- 
ite the Golden Gate and running close to Alcatraz Island. The scenery* along the Rail- 
road is the most beautiful in California. The climate of San Rafael is not equaled by 
that of any other place on this coast. 

fls a Summep Resort 

It is an agreeable change from the fogs and smoke of San F'rancisco, and its warm, 
equable climate, makes it one of the most desirable resorts in California. It has not the 
oppressive heat of inland towns; yet it is protected from fogs and cold by the surround- 
ing mountains, 

fls a LUinteF K«sort 

for Eastern visitors, or for others desiring comfortable winter quarters, it has not an 
equal in the world. Being protected from the cold winds, its climate is naturally warm. 
Its close proximity to San Francisco, the rapid and frequent communication with the 
large citj-, its warm winter days, and withal a magnificent hotel with every comfort 
and convenience that modern ideas could suggest, the Hotel Rafael has become the 
most popular hotel in the state. 

W. K. ZANDER, Nlanager 



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Hotel Rafael 



PERMANENT GUESTS 



Barnes, Mrs W. H. L. 

Boggs, Mrs John 

Coleman, Mrs C. C. 

Crabbe, Mrs H. 

Crabbe, Miss Jeanne 

Davidson, Mr and Mrs D, B. 

Davidson, Miss Adele 

Donahue, Mrs Peter 

Emory, Captain and Mrs W. H. 

Fay, Charles 

Fay, Mrs Caleb T. 

Garber, Miss E. B. 

Gordon, Mr and Mrs E. 

Graves, Mr and Mrs R. N. 



Graves, Miss Alma 

Gray, Mrs Matthias 

Hall, Mrs H. P. 

Hail, Miss Marion 

Hull, E. 

Jennings, Mr and Mrs C. B. 

Kentfield, Mr and Mrs E. E. 

Martin, Mrs E. 

Moore, Mr and Mrs J . J. 

Morgan, Mr and Mrs Cosmo 

Myers, Dr and Mrs T. D. 

Smith, Mr and Mrs AV. Y. 

Stanley, Mrs Edward 

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SUMMER RKSORTS 



PHIIi. SIEBEN, PropPietop 





LOWER LAKK 

Lake County Calii.ort>cia 

NATUffE'^ MYgygRIQUS LAQQQATQPY 

NI.Y BY DRINKING AND BATHING IN THE WATERS OF 
THESE JUSTLY CELEBRATED SPRINGS can diseases be 
conquered and the human system thoroughly cleansed of the 
poisons and humors which are the primary cause and upon 
which diseases feed and depend for support. Hundreds cured: 
Hundreds praise and recommend nature's true remedy. 

The waters of these springs are very beneficial for curing 
Malaria, Rheumatism, Gout. Dropsy, Skin Diseases, Dyspepsia, 
Catarrh, Chronic Dysentery, Chills and Fever, Costiveuess, and all im- 
purities of the blood. 

Howard Hot and Cold Mineral Waters! 14 Springs or 14 Medical 
Wonders! Boiling from out the bowels of the earth at an altitude of 
2220 feet above the level of the sea. and embrace in variety Hot and Cold 
Magnesia, Potassium, Cold Sulphur, Cold Borax, Cold Alum-Sodium. 
Cold Sicila and Sparkling Soda. 

These well-known Springs are located in the southern extremity of 
Seigler Valley, 33 miles from Calistoga, and within (i miles of Lower 
Lake, and are reached daily by stage from Calistoga to Brown's 
Station, where passengers are met by Howard Springs Stage, thereby 
enabling persons leaving San Francisco Ferry (8 A. M.), Oakland, Sacra- 
mento and Woodland in the morning to arrive at the Springs the same 
evening. 

The charges are from $10 to $12 per week for board, room and bath. 
Shady campmg grounds, stable and horses are also provided for at 
reasonable rates. 

Visitors from the metropolis will be delighted to find one of the 
finest trout streams in the country within a few minutes walk of the 
Springs, while deer and small game abound in the immediate vicinity. 



For further particulars address. 




GEORGE EFF, Lessee 

PHIL. SIEBEN, Prop. 



LOWER LAKE 

Lake County, Cal. 



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San Francisco Chronicle 

Business Office and Editorial Rooms, Intersection of Market, 
Kearny and Geary Streets 



M. H. de Young, 
John P. Young, 
Joseph B. Eliot, 
Clarence A. Brant, 
Marcus P. Wiggin, 
George H. Fitch, - 
Peter Robertson, 
Emmet E. Curtis, 
W. H. Wheeler, 
Percy W. Roberts, 
Thomas J, Vivien, 
Thomas E. Flynn, 
Horace R. Hudson, 
Edward F. Moran, 
Walter B. Cooke, 
W. W. Naughton, 

Charles Ulrich 
Hugh Hume 
J. B. King 
Franklin K. Lane 
F. B. Millard 
Joseph S. Jordan 
Frank J. Murph 
Frederick W. Lawrence 



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Managing Editor 

Business Editor 

vSecretary 

Editorial Writer 

Night Editor 

Dramatic Critic 

Telegraph Editor 

Coast Editor 

Exchange Editor 

Special Writers 

- City Editor 

Assistant City Editor 

Social Editor 

Sporting Editor 



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Percy Goldstone 



A, H. Rarendt 
E. L. Reckard 
Charles E. Trevathan 
Piercey Wilson 
T. Colville 
George B. Mackrett 
H. W. Bachelder 
John Hoesch 



Cbicken and Game Pates Truffled, made in the French style by the FRANCO-AMERI- 
CAN FOOD CO., will be found delicious for Breakfast, Lunch or Supper. Ask 
your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER &. CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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San Francisco Daily Report 

Business Office, 238 Montgomery Street. Editorial Rooms, 320 

Sansome Street 



W. M. Bunker, 

A. C. Hiester, . - - 

Daily Report Publishing Co. 

W. M. Bunker, 

A. C. Hiester, 

S. F. Sutherland, 

Edward Booth, 

W. Booth, 

Gavin D. High, 

Edward S. Spring, 

J. J. Kennedy, 

P. J. Flannigan, 

H. M. Mclvenney, 

John M. Ward, 

S. B. Morse, - 

Ridge Comly, 

Hub. A. Wood, 

Wm. A. Hiester, Chief of Advertising Department 



> Proprietors 

Editor 
Business Manager 

> Editorial Writers 

City Editor 

Commercial Editor 

Exchange Editor 

• Telegraph Editor 

Cashier 

A ssistants 



LOCAL STAFF 



Edgar T. Price 
T. F. Bonnet 
James H. Maclennon 
J. T. Hanna 
James P. Booth 
Harrv Hanks 



L. D. Smith 

C. A. Eraser 

D. Y. Clark 
A. E. Shattuck 
A. S. Jones 

C. F. Montague 



H. O. WILBUR & SON'S Chocolate and Cocoa Preparations are unexcelled for quality 
Ask your Grocer for them. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



240 



Daily Morning Examiner 

Business Office, 576 Market Street. Editorial Rooms, 508 
Montgomery Street 



W. R. Hearst, - 
Arthur McEwen, 
Edward H. Hamilton, 
John Timmins 
Mrs. Adele Chretien, 
H. R. Haxton, 
Samuel E. Moffitt, 

Robert J. Creighton, 
R. R. Livingstone, 
A. C. Cook, 
Allan Kelly, 
R. D. Bogart, - 
Ambrose G. Bierce, 
Hugh M. Burke, 
Isaac Allen, 
J. M. Ward, - 
L. S. Whitcomb, - 
Mrs. Adele Chretien, 
J. Wallace F. Diss, 



- - - Proprietor 

Managing Editor 

Managing News Editor 

Night Editor 

Dramatic Editor 

Literary Editor 

>■ Editorial Writers 

Commercial Editor 
Assistant Commercial Editor 

/ Special Writers 

Exchange Editor 

Telegraph Editor 

City Editor 

- Assistant City Editor 

> Social Editors 



LOCAL STAFF 



Wells Drury 
J. P. Cosgrave 
James Donahue 
Samuel Ewing 
AV. Herbert Thomas 
F. L. H. Noble 
J. W. Nicholson 
J. H. Whitty 
J. H. Love 
S. W. Horton 
B. F. Butler 
O. Black 



William Wells 



Will N. Hart 
George H. Meyer 
Felix Zeehandelaar 
Charles Michelson 
W. H. Gagar 
Mrs. A. P. Kelly 
Allen 
Francoeur 

Edward W. McNally 
C. A. Flynn 
C. M. Coe 
David Williamson 



KELLY'S KEY Wp:ST HAVANA CIGARS have been sold in this mnrket for 

over ten years. A sufficient gviarantee that they are the Best on the market 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Daily Morning Call 

Business Office, 525 Montgomery Street. Editorial Rooms, 

509 Clay Street 



Loring Pickering, 

George K. Fitch, 

Estate of J. W. Simonton, 

John White, 

James P. Kerr, 

Ernest C. Stock, 

John Bonner, 

G. B. Densmore, 

W. S. Dewey, 

Charles K. Graham, - 

John J. Corey, 

Henry K. Goddard, - 

George E. Barnes, 

J. N. H. Irwin, - 

L. D. Adam, - 

MrsF.E.Waite, - 

H. J. Lask, 

J. W. Pratt, 

Paul E. Vander 

Fremont Older - 

M. J. Geary, - 



Proprietors 

- Business Manager 

Cashier 

- Managing Editor 

>• Editorial Writers 

Commercial Editor 

y Telegraph Editors 

- News Editor 
- Dramatic Critic 

- Social Editor 

Assistant Social Editors 

Fraternal Editor 
- City Editor 



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Assistant City Editors 
Sporting Editor 



LOCAL STAFF 



Walter Thompson 

J. O'H. Cos grave 

G. Duraino 

E. Brown 

A. Healey 

J. McArdle 

E. Carey 



A. D. McGrew 



A. Gunzendorfer 
E. G. Wade 
J. M. Carroll 
W. L. Dye 
G. D. B. Stewart 
E. Gray Smith 
Philip McCaffrey 



GORDON & DILWORTH'S Fine Preserved Fruits, Jellies, Olives, Ketchup, Wine 
Jellies, Etc., to be had at all fancy Grocers. .„ ^ . . 

MAU. SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



242 ADVERTISEMENTS 

Daily fllta California 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

Publishes Eight Pages Evepy Day 






g^HE AIvTA is the oldest and best Newspaper on tlie 
Pacific Coast, a representative of the best class of 
readers, and the organ of legitimate and solid Commercial 
Interests. The Alta is complete in all its departments, as a 
first class daily journal of news and opinion, with an unrivaled 
Editorial Department. Possessing all the requisites of a great 
newspaper, Thk Alt a is the equal of its rivals, and in many 
their superior. 



Oleekly fllta 

A Splendid Eight-page Sixty-Mr Colnmn Paper 

The best Weekly published on the Pacific Coast, and a 
paper that should be in the hands of every Farmer, Fruit 
Grower and Miner in the State, and especially edited for Eastern 
readers. 



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Daily Alta California 

Business Office and Editorial Kooms, 529 California Street 



C. H. Livingston, 
J. W. McClung, - 
Frank M. Crawford, 
John P. Irish, 
J. L. Robison, 
J. E. Baker, - 
C. H. Warren, - 
W. B. Thompson, 
George L. Everett, 
Frank E, Myers 
W. L. Crawford, - 
Charles A. Low 
Mrs. J. E. Baker - 



President 

. - Secretary 

Business Manager 

- Editor-in Chief 

- Managing Editor 

City Editor 

- Assistant City Editor 

- Telegraph Editor 

Commercial Editor 

Military Editor 

Mining and Sporting Editor 

Dramatic Editor 

Social Editor 



LOCAL STAFF 



E. S. Simpson 
H. Yarian 
P. J. Cotter 
E. B. Stowell 



Henry Newman 
Harry C. Boyd 
Oakley B. Osborne 
W. M. Osborne 



MATTONFS GIESSHUBLER. The Empress of Table Waters. The favorite 

of all Visitors at Carlsbad. MAU, SADLER & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents. 



244 ADVERTISEMENTS 



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SAN FRANCISCnj CAL, 

ESTABLISHED 1855 

n^S the leading evening journal in circulation and influence west of 
Jt the Rocky Mountains. It is recognized authority in mercantile and 
"^ financial circles. Its high character, tone, and general worth com- 
mends it to, and has obtained for it, an entrance to the refined and 
cultured home circles, and made it the most popular family newspaper 
in California. 

It is distinguished for the brilliancy of its editorial matter, the 
accuracy and completeness of its local and telegraphic news, its interest- 
ing correspondence from all parts of the world, reviews of current 
literature, art and theatrical criticisms, the extent of its foreign news, 
and its freedom from highly colored sensationalism. 

IT IS VALUABLE TO ADVERTISERS FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS 

It has a long sastained circulation among a prosperous class of 
readers who have learned to appreciate its special value. 

Kvery page contains fresh telegraphic or local news, affording every 
advertisement in its columns a good position. 



Is the largest and best weekly newspaper published in the west, and is 
in every respect a first-class family paper, appealing to the interest of 
every member of the household. 

Tlie ^emi-Vs/eeKly tSuIletin is the regular Weekly 
Bulletin and Friday's issue of each week. 



TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 

The Daily Bulletin is ser\-ed by carriers in San Francisco and the large towns of the 

interior at 35 cents per week. 

Daily, by mail or express, - - per year, $6.00 

Weekly alone, " 7.50 

Weekly, with Daily of Friday, - - " 2.00 

Parts of a year in proportion. 
Advertising Rates Nlade Known on Application 

(§an ^Fai5)Gi|>Go Bulletin So. 

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Daily Evening Bulletin 

Business Office, Corner Grant Avenue and O'Farrell Street. 
Editorial Rooms, 517 Clay Street 



G. K. Fitch, 
L. Pickering, - 
George K. Fitch, 
G. B. Eixford, - 
W. C. Bartlett, 
M. G. Upton, 
J. D. Lewis, - 
W. M. Webster, 
B. C. Wright, - 
AV. B. Allen, 
F. H. Sawyer, 



Proprietors 

ging Editor 
Business Manager 



Managing Editor 



Editorial Writers 



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Editors 



Commercial Editors 



City Editor 



Joseph Mansfield 
H. S. Dalliba 



LOCAL STAFF 



C. S. Aiken 
Frederick Farmer 



TRY GRANDMA'S DELIGHT JAPAN TEA; put up in 1 pound round canisters only. 
Ask your Grocer for it. MAU, SADLER & CO.; Sole Proprietors. 



246 



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The 



Twenty-One Years Old 



Overland 



monthly 



1849 - - 1868 - - 1889 




1849 
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FORTY years ago Gold was discovered in California and the 
settlement of the Pacific Coast began. 

TWENTY-ONE years ago THE OVERLAND MONTHLY 
was established, with Bret Harte as Editor. 

188Q ^^^ OVERLAND MONTHL V, owned by an incorporated 
y company, and with such men as Judge John H. Boalt, 
Hon, Irving M. Scott, and Horace Davis, President of the University of 
California, as stock-holders, enters upon its twenty-first year with 
the volume for 1889. 

p|-»p.r» EVERY issue is illustrated — Western life, adventure, history, 
r ' description and literature. The region west of the Mississippi, 

finds its magazine representation in THE OVERLAND MONTHL V. 
For 1889 we promise better illustrations, more reading matter, and 
new writers. 



PraCtlGal l/alUP home-seekers and investors cannot post 
r themselves upon the resources of the Pacific 

Coast without THE OVERLAND MONTHLY. 

To magazine Readers ™^ overland i.^^om^\^x^ 

y ' ^ ^ 'V ^ magazine, fresh, original and al- 

ways interesting. Its circulation is throughout the world ; it has sub- 
scribers in every part of the United States, and reading clubs and 
libraries find it indispensable. 

T^pivkO ORDER through the American News Company or agencies, 
I or direct. Price, $4.00 per year, or 35 cents per copy. 

The Overland Monthly Pub. Co. 



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The Overland Monthly 

420 Montgomery Street, San Francisco 



DIRECTORS 

Judge John H. Boalt, President 
Irving M. Scott Professor Martin Kellogg 

L. L. Baker Captain J. M. McDonald 

Theodore A. Lord 

Charles H. Shinn . - - - Manager 
M. W. Shinn, . . - . Chief Editor 
F. M. Stocking, Secretary- 



How pleasant after the Theatre or an Evening Party to be able to offer your guests a 
nice cup of FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S FRENCH BOUILLON before 
retiring. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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OAKLAND 



Evening jTTribune 



THE LEADING NEWSPAPER IN ALAMEDA COUNTY 
CIRCULATION DOUBLE THAT OF ALL 
OTHER DAILIES COMBINED. 

Eight Pages, Fifty -six columns daily; a Peerless Twelve Page, 
Bighty-four column Daily, issued Saturday. 

The Tribune is progressive, able, alert and metropolitan in all 
Departments. 

A Brilliant Staff of Writers. 

Complete Associated Press Reports . 

Delivered by Carrier in Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley, Temescal, San 
Leandro, Pleasanton and Livermore at 15 Cents per Week. By Mail, 
$6.00 per year. 

THE OAKLAND 

Weekly Tribune 

Is a Twelve Page, Eighty-four Column Paper, issued every Saturda}-. 
By Mail, - - $1.50 per Year. 

Tiibune Publishing Company 

Publishers and Proprietors. 
W. E. DARGIE, President. T. T. Dargie, Secretary. 



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Oakland Evening Tribune 

Business Office and Editorial Rooms, 8th Street, Near Broadway, 

Oakland, Cal. 



W. E. Dargie 
T. T. Dargie, 



Proprietors 



local staff 



E. F. Cahill 
J. M. Lathrop 
T. Evans 
J. F. Conners 
W. Churchill 
P. Goldsmith 



M. Laidlaw 
Harrold Bolce 
Albert Hawkins 
J. E. Barber 
M. Steffens 
Mrs Edholni 



FOR CHILDREN'S DAILY DIET nothing is better than a good nutritious, easily di- 
gested soup, such as is put up by the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO. 
^ * MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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J^e f\r6or)aut 



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LEADING WEEKLY JOU RNAL OF 
THE PACIFIC OOA.qT 






T contains strongly American editorials ; I^etters from the 
great cities of the East and Europe by trained corre- 
^ spondents ; its Short Stories are famous, and are widely 
^ copied throughout the United States ; its Selected De- 
{ partments, both verse and prose, are edited with the 
greatest care,-the matter being culled from the periodical 
press of the entire world ; in its Eocal Departments, Art, 
Music, the Drama, and Society in San Francisco are handled by 
brilliant writers ; in short, The Argonaut is the best Weekly 
on the Pacific Coast, and one of the best in the United States. 

SUBSCRIPTIOX RATES 

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The Argonaut 

Business Office and Editorial Address, 213 Grant Avenue 



Argonaut Publishing Company, - Proprietors 
Frank M. Pixley, ... - Editor 

Jerome A. Hart, - - - Managing Editor 
Lawrence S. Vassault, - - - Sub Editor 

Walter B, Cooke, - - - Society Editor 

A. P. Stanton, ... Business Manager 



MATTONI'S CARLSBAD GIESSHUBLER retains its gas for an unusually long time 
after the bottle has been opened. Grocers and Druggists keep it. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



252 ADVERTISEMENTS 







Is a weekly journal, devoted to the leading 
interests of California, and the Pacific Coast. 

The articles appearing in its columns are by the 
ablest writers of the day; are the result of much 
reading, earnest inquiry, and vigorous thought, 
and are all up to a high literary standard. 

All its departments are in the care of well recog- 
nized authorities upon the subjects which they treat. 

Current topics are conscientiously considered; 
terse language vigorously and clearly gives, in a 
concise form, that which is essential, commenting 
on passing events in an independent, fearless and 
just manner. 

Everybody in good society admires and reads 
the News Letter, knowing the doings of the 
upper ten thousand are carefully chronicled, and 
that it never hesitates to unmask the shoddy aris- 
tocracy, hold it up to ridicule and show its weakness. 

The keen satire, pungent wit and bright sayings 
of the News Letter have given it an enviable 
reputation covering the entire habitable globe. 

If you would be up with the times, subscribe for 
the San Francisco News Letter. 

Price, Ten Cents Per Copy. $5.00 Per Year 

F. MARRIOTT, Publisher 
Flood Building 

san francisco 



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News Letter 

OrricES, Flood Building, 4™ and Market Streets 



F. Harriot, 
Earl Marble 



Winfield Scott, 
John Finlay, 
H. D. Beals, 
Miss E. D. Keith, 
Daniel O'Connell, 
W. D. Scurlock, 



Editor and Publisher 

Assistant Editor 
Dramatic Critic 

Sporting Editor 

- Financial Editor 

- Commercial Editor 

Fashion Editor 

- ''Town Crier" 

Business manager 



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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

SUBSCRIPTION $5 



Has the largest circulation of any pictorial paper published 
west of the Rocky Mountains— 17,000 COPIES. It 
penetrates every part of the Pacific Coast, reach- 
ing every city, village and hamlet. It is found in ever}' 
hotel, railroad office and station, every saloon, pubHc 
house, grocery, barber shop, restaurant, periodical store 
and news stand in the State, besides being served on all 
railroads, in addition to its large family clientage, and 
is seen and 

J^EAn BY FULLY TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUS- 
AND PERSONS EACH AND EVERY WEEK. 



This makes it the very best advertising medium on the Coast. 



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The Illustrated Wasp 

Business Office and Editorial Address, 538 California Street 



John P. Jackson 
S. H. Walter 
N. Nappenback 

D. G. Waldron 
J. C. Fitzgerald 
J. Dwver 



Editor and Proprietor 
Artists 



V Business Managers 
Cashier 



Always reliable aud uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

Havana Cigars. MAU; SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



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Business Office, 727 Market Street. Editorial Rooms, 502 
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Post Publishing Company, 

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C. H. House, - - - 

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Business Office and Editorial Address, 409 Bush Street 



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Musical Critic 

Telegraph Editor 



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REME DELIS 



This admirable prei;aratiou irni)n)Yts 
and preserves the cuticle to a degree which 
i^ absolutely astonishing. Society ladies, 
\\ lio take a proper degree of pride in their 
l>er.sonal appearance, tise it exclusively, 
and the dressing table of no boudoir can 
be considered complete if Dickey's Crerae 
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will render any skin soft and beautiful. 
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Iritportcrs and Dealers in 

ITALIAN MARBLE AND SCOTCH GRANITE 

MONUMENTS, MANTELS 

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Manufacturers of Monuments, Head Stones, 

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and Counter Tops, Imposing Stones, 

Etc. At Lowest Cash Prices 



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628 SACRAMENTO STREET 202 STOCKTON STREET 

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S. V. MOONEY, Manager 

Agents for New Jersey Cloth Co. Agents for The Buckthorn Fence Co. 

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Cor. of Fourteenth Street OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 

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The Pullman Bustle 

It is the general talk among the ladies who have 
used the GEUNINE PULLMAN BUSTLE that 
it is the finest apparatus of its kind in the market. 

IT IS LIGHT, COOL, DURABLE AND ELASTIC, 

It gives a dress a perfect and stylish fit. Many have 

said they would not be without them at any price. 

They can be had at all First-class Dry Goods and 

Corset Houses, prices ranging from 25 cents to $1, 

and upwards, according to the quality, there being 

different kinds of cloth, and three, four and five 

spiral coils used in making the various grades. 

RflUiaro nf Imitatinnc ^^ ^^™*^ cheap and iuferior articles are bein.s: manufact- 
DCndlC Ul IMIIlaUUIIO ured by parties who employ white girls at starvation 
rates iu order that tiiey may undersell the Pullman Bustle. They are shabbily made 
of poor material, and do not last long. Buy only the Genuine Pullman Bustle. See 
that the name is stamped on the belt; none other are genuine Pullman Bustles. 

They are sewed only by hand, and by white labor. Silesia. Satin and other 
materials are used in manufacturing the different kinds, the spiral coils being con- 
structed of light copper steel wire. 

Orders Filled by the PULLMAN BUSTLE MFG. CO., Cor. Buchanan and O'Farrell Sts., S. F. 

(•an be obtained at the following First-class Houses 
FREUD & SON, Corset House J. J. O'BRIEN & CO. 

O'CONNOR, MOFFATT & CO. KEANE BROS. 

HODGE'S CI.OAK AND SUIT HOUSE 

MURPHY, GRANT & CO. J. RICH'D FREUD & CO., History Bui1diii§r 




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Made from a variety of Beautiful, Curious and Durable 

Woods, Beautifully Polished, showing Natural 

Colors and Grain of Wood 

Big Tree Bark Pin Cushions; Sleeve Buttons 
and Napkin Rings, Etc., Etc. 



OFFICE 11 ^^^^^^NTINA ST., 

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I,Ian-afa3t"u.rer cf 

Window Shades, Curtain Poles, and "The Best" 

Pacifio Opaque Shade Cloth 

No. 12 SECOND ST. 

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Importers and Growers of NEW ROSES 

Cut Flowers a Specialty. Bedding Plants and Landscape Gardening 

We make a Specialty- of California Wild Flower 
Seeds for Tourists 

Main Store, 343 KEARNY ST, ^ Braiicli, 61 91 VALENCIA ST, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 
Illustrated Catalogue Free. Telephone 005 . 

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Finest Quality and I^atest Styles of Custom Work Neatly Executed 
Repairing Done at Short Notice 

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MISS LAKE'S 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN 

Boarding and Day Schools for Girls 



KrXDERGARTEX FOR CHILDREN 



922 POST STREET (^ 



Between Hvde and Larkin Streets 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



MISS M. LAKE, PRINCIPAL 



:V[ISS WEST'S 

SCHDDIL^F^ 

I..1606 .yAN..NESS Ave,; S^ F, J 



Special Courses for Students Preparing for College. Certi- 
ficates of Almissior. can te Granted to Vassar, 
Wellesley and Smith. Colleges. Primary Depart- 
ment in Connection with the School 




Business College 

24 Post St., S. F. 

Established a quarter of a century. This College includes more than oflfered by any 
other school in America under one tuition fee. Full Business Course for six months. 
Seventy-five Dollars. This includes Shorthand. Type Writing, Telegraphy, Single and 
Double Entry Bookkeeping as applied to all departments of business, Commercial 
Arithmetic, Business Penmanship. Mercantile Law, Business Correspondence, Lectures 
on Law and Business Forms, Actual Business Practice, Railroading, Brokerage, Banking. 
English Branches, and instruction in French. German and Spanish. Send for circular to 

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No Vacations ! Day and Evening 
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departments. Send for College Review 

Address, 

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Van Ness Seminary 

(RALSTON HOUSE) 

1222 PINE ST Bet. Leavenworth & Hyde 

SAN KRANCISCO, CAL. 



P/inc/foal 

MRS. S. B. GAMBLE 



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the best preparation for actual life. 

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A Select Boarding and Day School 
Kor Young Ladies 

Twelfth Year. Fifteen Professors and 
Teachers. Every home comfort and care. 
Private assistance to rapid and thorougli 
advancement. Full Academic Course. 
Ancient and Modern Lansjuages, Vocal 
and Instrumental Music, Drawing and 
Painting. For Catalogue or information, 
address 



REV. EDWARD B. CHURCH, A. 

PRINCIPAL 



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1036 Valencia St. 



San Francisco 



FRENCH 



GERMAN 



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Larcher & MoE Schools of 

LANGUAGES 



SAN FRANCISCO 

Room 70 Flood Bldg 



OAKLAND, CAL, 

Hamilton Hall 



On/y Best Methods. Thorotigh Instructioti. Par- 
ticulars at the School, or send for Circulars. 

EDWARD LARCHER \ pHncinals 
THEODORE M. MOE^ irmcipaib 



SPANISH 



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BARNARD'S 

Business ^^ College 

46 O'Farrell St. 

X. E. Cor. Stockton SAX FRAXCISCO 



No Vacations! 
Day and Evening Sessions ! 

SHORT-HAND AND TYPE-WRITING A SPECIALTY 

Send for Circulars 



0. A. LDNT, 1310 POLK ST/^'aA'f 



LUNT'S DANCING ACADEMY— pdvate mstructiou 
i given each day. Hours from 11 to 2. Juvenile classes, Wednes- 
days and Thursdays, from 3 to 5 o'clock. Saturday afternoon 
class commencing at 2 p. m. Evening classes, Mondays and Thursdays, 
from 8 to 10. 

Personal attention will be imparted to all who attend Ui •lAi JJUXl l. j 

in advancing their knowledge in the refined form of fashionable dancnig and etiquette. 
Eunt"s Hall has the finest floor for dancing in tlie citj', antl has the best appointments. 

Kield Seminary 

OAKLAND 

■^HIS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES is one of the oldest 
and best known upon the Pacific Coast. It was founded by Miss Harriet N. 
Field to meet the demand for a School which should give its pupils, while 
acquiring a thorough education, the advantages of a highly cultured Christian home. 
The School has a well-deserved reputation for thoroughness in every department 
Its aim has always been to combine with careful mental training, the best physical 
social and religious development. It has a corps of eighteen very able teachers, and the 
best methods of instruction are emplo\-ed. The School, on the corner of Telegraph Ave. 
and Knox Place, is beautifully located, standing back from the street, with a fine yard 
in the front and another in the rear of the buildings. It is within easy access of San 
Francisco and Berkeley, thus combining manj' advantages. 

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Associate Principal Associate Principal 

BUSINESS COLLEGE ACADEMY 



First-class, centrally located, well equipped, full corps 

of Teachers. All branches belonging to 

the Mod ern Business College. 

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FIRST-CLASS INSTITUTION FOR YOUNS LADIES 
FACULTY FULL ANL EFFICIENT 




Complete Seminary, Preparatory, ^^^ College Courses 
OF Study. Superior Advantages in Vocal and 
Instrumental Music; also, in the Modern Languages. 
Buildings and Surroundings Beautiful. Climate 
Healthful and Delightful. 

^ ANNUAL EXPENSES, $350.00 ^ 

C. C. STRATTON. D. D.. President MRS. C. T. MILLS. Principal 

Address. NlILLiS COLLEGE P. O. 




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Instruction. The Certificate of the school admits pupils to 
Wellesley College, ?>-- students are especialh' fitted for admission 
to the State University. The School is kept guardedly select. 
For healthfulness and convenience of location it is unsurpassed. 
Physical development and abundant exercise receive particular 
attention. 

Piano and Vocal Music and Delsarte training in Elocu- * 
tion taught by the very be.st masters. 

The atmosphere of a refined home is combined with 
the strictness and thoroughness of a well conducted Seminar}'- 
for Young Ladies. 

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HOMELIKE INFLUEXCES, COMBINED WITH FIRM 

DISCIPLINE AND THOROUGH 

SCHOOL SYSTEM 



Prepares Students for Colleg^e or for Business under Resident Masters 
of proved ability. Address for Catalogue 

n. p. SACKETT, Principal 
OAKLAND, CAL. No. 52 9 Hobart Street 

Trinity Scli^ool 

1534, MISSION STREET 

San Francisco 

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PREPARES for COLLEGE and UNIVERSITY and for BUSINESS 

REFERENCES 

Rt. Rev. Wm. Ingraham Kip, D. D. 

Rev. Hobart Cbetwood Rev. R. C. Foute Mr. Wm. Babcock 

Mr. George W. Gibbs Mr. Joseph Powuing 

Mr. H. G. Nevvhall Rev. John Gray Mr. C. V. S. Gibbs 

Rev. \V. S. Neales Rev. Kdgar J. Lion Mr. H. F. Allen 

Mr. Wm. T. Coleman Col.EE. Eyie Col. G. H. Mendell 
Rev. Wm. W. Davis Mr. C. V. Gillespie Rev. C. L. Miel 

For Information or for Catalogue apply to 

REV. DR. E. R. SPALDING, Rector 

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IOI4 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 

An Iii.s^titutioii uj) to tlie ti)>ne.««. Business taiitflit as business is 
practiced. Experienced instructors in all Departments. The po])iilar 
Eclectic System of Sliort-liancl taught. Business Course, SoO. Short- 
hand C<iurse, !S40. Combined Course, $60. Day and evening sessions. 

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FOR BOTH SEXES 

1707 — PO WEI.I. SX. — 1707 

Bet. Union and Filbert. 



SPECIAL FRENCH CLASS 

Daily, from 3:80 to 5:00 p. m. 
COURSES OF FRENCH ^-^^ENG US H 

ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, FROM 8 TO 9:30 P. M. 



^aperoft Qompapy 

HISTOR Y BUILDING 

721 Market St. San Francisco 



Always for Sale, at the Lowest Prices, a 
complete stock of School and College 
Text Books, School Library 
Books, and Cyclopaedias 
D'ctionaries, and other works of refer- 
ence; also School Stationery and 
School Apparatus, School Desks 
and all kinds of School 
Furniture 



Fdijeatioi^al Department 



Circulars giving a full history of the Institute, 
?ts objects a)id terms, 7vill be sent to any address 
upon application. 

Xavifr Mefret 

Officier d^ Academie Director 



Globes and Blackboards, Maps, 
Charts, and Dictionary 
Holders; Record 
Books, Rolls 
Of Honor, and Reward Cards; Kinder- 
garten Material; Crayons, Erasers 
Blocks and Numeral Frames 
Tellurians, Orreries, 
Etc., Etc. 

School Outfits and Furnishings a 
Specialty. 



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CHDDL DF (aNG-UA&ES 




324 SUTTER ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Spani.sh, French, German, Italian and Latin thoroughly and rapidly taught by Dr. 

Rosenthal's celebrated "Mei.sterschaft System." Classes and Private lessons. 

Thorough Instruction For circulars or information apply to 

CHAS. H. SYKES, Principal 



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C^L, H/. H. O'BRIEN, Principal 

A Thorough School for Young Men and Boys 

SPECIRL FEATURES 

MILITARY DRILL MND EISCIPLINE 
THOROUGH UIDRK 

E/IRNE5T and CAPMELE INSTRUCTORS 




Home ""^ Day School 

S. JV. Coj . Alice and Tenth Sts., Oakland, Cal. 

CX^KGULAR and Special Courses. Studies can be selected ac 
C'V cording to individual needs and aims. Lessons Private and 
■- 1. -^ in Classes. Prominence is given to Language, Music, Draw- 
ing and Painting. French, German and Spanish are spoken by 
resident Teachers. Riding, Rowing and Fencing are included in 
Pliysical Culture. Terms begin in July and Januarj-. 
Address personally, or by letter. 



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A School Htnited in ntanber and 
Strictly Select 



Far Young Ladies and Little Girls 

7th ilvBnuB and IBth Street 

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XXVIII ADVERTISEMENTS 

LOUIS COOKS WILLIAM COOKS MAX COOKS 

Cooks Bt^os. '"*'Tn F°::r'°" 

Importers ot 

pii^e pap(^r JHaQ^ii^gs apd parqij(^t plooriij? 

CYCLORAMA BUILDING 108 & 110 POST ST. 

Cleveland, Ohio San Francisco 



Mme-J-PHILLIPS 

New Hair Store 

918 MARKET ST., near Baldwin Theatre 

First Quality oi Human Hair Goods, and Latest European Fashion in Hair Dressing 
Also, Manicure and Toilet Articles. Hair Jewelry made to Order only 




''ALL r/BST QUALITY GLOVES 
BRANDE^WITH OUR NAME 
/iV rail IN LEFT HAND GLOVE" 



Branch for Paciiic Coast 
108 and 110 

Post Street 

SAN FRANCISCO 

CALIFORNIA 



EVENING GLOVES A SI^ECIALTY 
THE BANCROFT COMPANY Give special Attention to the 

Engraving of Wedding, Invitation, Reception and Visiting Cards 

History Building, 721 Market Street 



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D J. McKiiY IST'M.-DGSTDINr 

eaeral (nOrdvertisiag Kureau 

McKAY & OGSTON 

ildvartissrs •^^'^ Real Estats AgBnts 

npp. Baldwin Hotel 841 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRilNCISCD Rnnm IB 



eiRSULAR AND PAMPHLET ADVERTISING A SPEGIALTY 



KAHN BRDS. 

The leading house in Oakland for 
DRY &DDDS MILLINERY 

FANCY G-DDES CLDAKS ^^ SUITS 

ThE U/HITE DOnnS and DRESSMMKINCr DEpartiBEnts undsr 
-lUpETuisian of Mrs, ZEIMER, 

11D5, IIDZ, ling HRDACIATAY 



ilhovE Twelfth Strnst OAKt,A:^I>, CAI^. 



K. F, MERRIMilN R. F. MERRIMAN, Jr, 



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DENTISTS 

Telephone No. 4G2 - ^^ JU, Cur. IDth and Broadway 

RecBpticn Roam, No. 1 

OFFinE HOURS' s R. M. ts 5 P. A/. DAKLANE; CAL, 



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126 POST STREET. 

[BET. KEARNY & GRANT A\ 



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Under Palace Hotel 




RSR T, HEYnnN 



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ILLUSTRATING 
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XXXIV ADVERTISEMENTS 

T, HENRY A5CHE 
Original Perfect- Fitting Kid Gloves 

AND 

Clean Kast^Black: (Robinson) Hosier^r 

The only Non-Crockable Stockings in the World 
-*-^^^BEW^AItE OF IMIXAXIOXS ^^^— >-^ 

3 Kearny St. lO Geary St. 

N. E.—I hai'E no Branch Sinrss in this City # San Francisco, Cal. 



BALLENBERG'S BAHD 



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m ifittrnitited; 10^1? mm peea®i®ii 



Address, K. BAIlLEMBERG 

710 CALIFORNIA STREET 



REFERENCES REFERENCES 

iiewYor\i—Ba>ii 0/ Ke7o A;nsterdam T'tlE \^o\x\'=.\-\\\e.— Louisville Bajiking Co. 

C\nca.zo—l-ort Dearborti Nationd.1 Bank Szn Tnncxsco— Market Street Bank 

Harting Life-Size Portrait House 

p. FRED. HARTING. PROPRIETOR 

Roams BS^^BE ) Fland Bldg, tm- The Largest Portrait House 

SRN FRMNCISCn. CRL. in the IVorld. 



Telephone No. 18 



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ALBERT BROWN 

SUCCESSOR TO 

HAMILTON & BROWN 



Undertakers and Embalmers 

466 & 468 13XH Street 

OAPCIvANID, CAIv. 



T®Ai^T 7— '.IQHTH 



DIAGRAMS OF THE THEATRES 

These plans are official, aud seats can be secured from box-office by American 
District Telegraph, or specjjil messengers 



XL VI 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



A. DUHEIVL 




Florist ^^^ Decorator 



BLUNl'S 

Orchestra and Band 

OFFICE 

7^35 NlARKET Street 

SAN FRANCISCO 



JOHN UTSCHIG 

Ladles' and Qents' ghoes 

MADE TO ORDER. A SPECIALTY 




Has on Hand the Finest Stock of Ladies' 
and Gents' Boots and Shoes 



PRIZE BOOT ^^^^ SHOE MAKER 



335 BUSH ST. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



S.&G.GUMP 



FINE EUROPEAN PAINTINGS 

From the Principal Art Galled ies 



Etchings and Etigravings, Bronzes, Mirrors, Picture Frames 

581-583 Market St. 



San Francisco 
and 
Portland, Or. 



CRAIG, COCHBAH & CO. 

Nos. 22 ^^ 26 NIINX AVKNUE 

SAN FRANCISCO 



TUTT 1\/rATQni\T DiniTTT "^^^ Leading First-class 
i nij M AioUlN KiUillj Restaurant of the City 

44 Geary St. and 104 Grant Ave., San Francisco 

"''"^irrsr,r.;^,„,e., General Diniiii Room forLaiies and Gentleieii 

Also, Private Diniug Rooms fo}- Family Parties 

First-class Service in the Most Unex- t/^ttut r>/^T,«- a t t o TTTo,mTny t . t> i /-.^t^tt^ 
ceptionable Style. Lunches, Dinners JOHN SOMALI & JUSTIN^ LADAGNOUS 
and Theatre Parties our Specialty. proprietors 




t^e^tauraitt and 



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Oyster ©rotto 



13 AND 15 POWELL STREET 



Between Kddy and Ellis Streets 



SAN FRANCISCO 



*^ Banquets a Specialty •^ 
Oysters \t) ar^y Style bel'wjerqd to ai^y part of tl^e Qity 

The Finest and Most Elegantly Equipped Place on the Coast 
Parties Supplied at Short Notice 



JAMES I». DOCKERV, Proprietor 



TO THE LADIES 

* — • 

Your attention is respectfully called to the Celebrated QUEEBJ I^II^Y SOAP, 

which has now been on the market for twei'ty years, and has earned a reputation 

which it justly deserves. 

For Fine Laces, IV^indoiv Curtains, Tidies, Family Linen, etc., it is unsur- 
passed, leaving the article washed lily 
snow white and agreeable to the smell. 
Woolen Goods being washed with this 
Queen of Soaps, are soft and silky to the 
touch. The labor is less, and in conse- 
quence the articles washed, especially 
Fine Fabrics, are worn less by going 
through this washing process. 




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Tije Queen LilJ ^oap 

Is unsurpassed i\\ c\ea.n\n^ painted wov'k. 
in the house. lu fact, purchasers will 
find that, although apparently high in 
price, it is, in reality, the cheapest of 
Extra Good Soaps. Use according to 
directions on wrapper. 



FISCHBECK & CLOOTZ 

proprietr's XViQAAy &vi<xl<x^xh Soap Q.owx 



payiiA2 



Man'fact's 



Toilet, LArNDRY, and Borax Hoaps 
Office, 214 Sacramento St. Factory, cor. 16th and Utah Sts., San Francisco 



xLviii advertiseme:nts 

WEDDING 

Invitations, Announcements 
and Cards. Only the latest 
approved Eastern Styles fol- 
lowed. Promptness and Ex- 
cellence of Work our Best 
Advertisement. 
10 Post St. Masonic Temple, S. F, 

ROBERTS 



VAL SCHMIDT 

PHARMACIST 
Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty 

All the Latest Novelties in Perfumery 

Val. Schmidt's Famous Sachet Powders 
will last two years 

238 Kearny Street 

NEAR BUSH 



REMOVAL 

LA GRANDE LAUNDRY 




Principal Office Removed to 17 Powell St., opp. Baldwin Hotel 
Branch Office, No. 1156 Market Street 

Laundry, Thirteenth Street, bet. Howard and Folsom, S. F. 



AH ordinar>' Mending, Sewing on of Buttons, Etc. , Free of Charge. Orders left at Office 

will Receive Prompt Attention. Work Called for and Delivered 

to Any Part of the City Free of Charge 



FINE CANDIES ^^^^A^^-^g^^'^ 

Pay Special Attention to the 

PURITY 

QUALITY 

AND FLAVOR 
of all Candies Manufactured by them 

NewVarietus Daily 20 KEARNV ST. 



XLIX 



JARTON & GUESTIER, WINES AND OLIVE OIL 



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BUSH STREET THEATRE. 



Wht Cule 



221 Keat^ny St. ] 

Bet. Bdsh and Suttct* ( 



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i?>XE of the neatest Ladies' and Gents' COFFEE PAKI.OKS in the City. Headquarters for 
>^. the Famous Johnson's Strawberry Shortcake, as also for Johnson's Home-Made 
Doughnuts. Separate Parh^r with especial accommodations for Ladies, (no private roomsJ A 
trial respectfully solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. ^^ jOHPiSOI^, FTop. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



Charles R. Einselen Lou.s J. Tschurr 



8 TO 14 OTARRELL ST.. SAN FRANCISCO 



Balls, Parties. WeddiDp, Etc., Furmsljed Private Apartn^ents for Fanjilies 

at tije gljortest Notice apd Baijpets 

TELEPHONE 808 TSCHURR & EINSELEN, Props. 



feHammamBaths 

KOR LADIES AND OKNTLEMEN 

218 POST STREET 

Bet. Dupont and Stockton Sts. SAN FRANCISCO 

Best Turkish, Russian and Medicated 
Bath House on the Coast 



Gents' Department Open Day and Night 

Ladies admitted from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M' 

SINGLE BATH, $1.00 

Good Bed All Night and Bath, only One Dollar 




emington 



standard 
Type-Writer 



AWARDED 



(lOlil anil Silver Medals 



Cl^iampionship 

OF THE 

WORLD 

TORONTO, AUG. 1?.TH, 18S8 




KXPERIENCK 



Proves It is I 



HAS NO SUCCESSFUL 
RIVAL 

IN THE 



THE JJeMINGTON STANDARD is the only Writing Machine that will stand 
hard service and prove equal to the expectations of Purchasers. 

Also Full Assortment g»esks, Cabinets, glttachments and Conveniences 
Best ©ype-ajUriter Stationery and Supplies a specialty 



The 



tSi>vif^ivE, P^AFTD, Accurate 



snort-Hand 
iVIa.ctiin.e 




Adopted by many leading business firms in this city and giving 
entire satisfaction. Can be learned in one-third the time the pencil 
systems require. All its work is uniform and mechanically exact. 
Its use is pleasant and does not strain the eyes, hands or body. Can 
be operated in the dark as well as in the light. Used upon the lap 
in a public assembly without attracting notice. We claim in tne 
Stenograph a systein'of short-hand as rapid as any other, and by lar 
he nfost easily and quickly learned. Price o^ Stenog«iph. with 
'S\?Lnna.\,^nA'Fit!l Course of Instruction in Our School, fft,otJ.OLJ 

Come and Take FREE Trial Lessons 



Cfourtlaiid Wall Desk 

Great Economy- of Space 

X'lost Useful and Convenient 

EDlegant Designs, Beautiful Einish. 
Used Standing or Sitting 

Occupies >^0 KLOOR SPACE 

nnToolPV Electric Motor '"^.^S^^^g 

perfect Motive Power at small expense, and prevents fatigue 
and injury to the operator. 

Please call at our Salesrooms or Address for Circulars 

G. O. W^ICKSON & Co. 




DESK OPEN 



3 e-^ 5 Kroktp St., S. F 



251 N. Main St., Los Angeles 



141 Front St., Portland, Oreson 




flapa 5oda ^pr\T)(^s 



CLIMATE UNIFORM AND AGREEABLE 

FREE FROM MALARIA AND COLD SEA AIR 

HEALTH-GIVING NATURAL MINERAL WATER 
NATURAL SCENERY UNSURPASSED 

Open All me Year Roniifl "'-^"L-r.'vr »v™-^SS:';^. 

HE A L TH, BE A UTV, SA TISFA C TION 



NAPA SDDA WATER 



IS THE PRIXCE OF 




SP/IRKLIN 



TABLE Mineral UlBtEPs ^<^^J^ 

^^vy ^^^ Its richness 

J \/^^ '^ ^'^^ tural Car- 
^ ^yy'"^ bonic Acid Gas ; its 
Delicious, Clean ^ Pure 
^ I yr^ Refreshing Taste; its Spar k- 

I ^ A.<^^^ ^^''^ 5^a;^«<r55, and its readiness 
to assiuiilate with White and Red 
Wine, Champagne, Brandy and Whiskey, 
render ^t The Most Perfect of Table Waters. 
A Napa Soda Lemonade is the perfection of lux- 
urious drink. Address 

JacksDu & U/oosiEr, nmpr sdu/j springs 



DELBECK CHAMPAGNES 



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ORCHESTRA 




TIVOLTi MAIN J'LOOR. 



TIVOLI CAFE 




THE lARGEST AND MOST POPULAR COFFEE HOUSE IN THE CITY 

mos. 16 and IB lEdia Sivtitt^ S> 3^ 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 




\\j?05TER3&AVH0LE3^t£- 




323-325 Market St.. S. F. 



JaiTLES E-, SIeeIe & Co. 



CHEMISTS AND DRUG-QISTS 



Respectful]}' call attention to their New Arrivals ot 

Foreign Perfumery, Colognes, Scented Soaps, Brushes, Combs, 

Hair Oils, Pomades, Face Powders and* Cosmetics, 

Sponges, Patent Medicines, Etc., Etc. 



PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED from PURE and FRESH DRUGS 

WITH CARE AND DISPATCH 



Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors oi 

SI ] J Aurantine, for Cleaning Gloves, Clothing, Etc.; Cold Cream of Roses 

lLjLj Cj U for the Face and Hands; Cough Mixture for Colds, Coughs, Etc. ; 
Extra Toilet Cologne, the Best and Sweetest; Florentine Tooth 
Wash, for the Teeth and Gums: Glucolein, the only palatable preparation of Cod 
Liver Oil; Glycerine Lotion, for Tan, Freckles, Sunburn, Etc.; Grindelia Extract, 
for the cure of Poison Oak: Saponaceous Tooth Powder; Wine of Pepsin, for 
Indigestion, Etc. 

James G, Steele & Go's Palace Drug Store 

635 mAl^KET STf^EET, Palase Hotel, San Fpaneiseo 



BARTON & GUESTIER, WINES AND OLIVE OIL 



Johnson's Home-Made Doiighmits 



MAD J- AT 



The cafe 



2 21 KEARNY STRKEX 

Between BtaslT. & Sutter 



All principal Cafes have them. Ee 

sure and ask for JollllSOii'S 



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TIVOLI CAFB 



THE LARGEST AND MOST POPULAR COFFEE HOUSE IN THE CITY 

Bos. !0 ana IS g66g Strggtt S ^^ 

C. G. I^ARSKBl, proprietor 



ijv ADVERTISEMENTS 



READ OUR PERFECT SYSTEM OF ENDOWMENTS 



Guaranty fl^ 



ndowment 



ASSOCIATION 



Incorpora.ted under the Laws of the Stare of California 



Should the Association continue to do the average business for forty- 
eight months that it has done for the past months, the Endowment Fund 
will contain over $2,000,000 before a single coupon will mature. 



HOME OFFICE: ROOM 11, MURPHY BUILDING 

Cor. Jones and Market Sts. SAX FRANCISCO, CAL 



A System of Endowment Insurance distinct and in many particulars 
original with ourselves. 

Endowment Certificates issued for $5,000, maturing in from four to 
eight years. 

NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED 

Ten Cash Benefits paid on each Certificate. 

All persons eligible to membership can take a Short or Long-term 
Endowment. 

The membership fee for a Certificate of $5,000 in Department B is .$5. 

Quarterly dues (in advance), $1.50 on each certificate. 

The amount of membership issued in Department B is $5,000, 
divided into ten equal coupons of $500 each. 

Each member can take out four memberships, but they are issued on 
one certificate. 

Average membership received, from 500 to 800 per month. 

The GUARANTY ENDOWMENT— the imitator of none— the 
monarch of them all. 

Square management. 

A perfect System of Endowments, whereby priority of membership 
has no advantage over the last person joining. 

Reffleier there are i assessmeits levied itil Jie 1, 1890 



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O P P IC E H S : 

W. H. NORTON, Capitalist President 

M. M. HERR, Insurance Broker Vice-President 

WELLS, FARGO & CO'S BANK Treasurer 

J. F. NAUGHTON (under bonds) Secretary 

c n «T TOHX j^iite Manager of Fresno K.g^gral Manager 
S. C. ST. JOH>, I Agricultural VVorks ) 

C. W. NEVIN, of Nevin & Co., Printers Director 

4®=- Send for all necessary papers and join this popular 
Association. 

Address: 

Ijuafantij Eiidownient J^g^ociation 

Room 11, Murphy Building 

Cor. Jones and Market Sts. 

San Fkancisco, Cal. 

J. F. NaUGUTON, Secretary 









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Scientific and Manufacturing Opticians 

No. 3^7 KEfl WV STREET 



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Opera, pield and jVIaririe QL^g^E^ 

Opera Qlass jlolders, Lorgnettes 



Oculists' Prescriptions 

yiccupately pilled 



]VEicroscopes, Etc., Etc. 

Lenses ]VIade to Order 



— >^ — 

I And made it possible to restore Defective Eye- 
SiSfbt to Normal Vision. 

Qucfflm ^°'^ testing and adjusting, to correct any error of refraction, is used on 
Ojulwlll this Coast only toy us* and is endorsed by the Leading Authori- 
ties throughout the United States, as the Best Knov^'ll to Science. 

We can correct the most complicated cases, such as Astigmatism, Hypermetropia, 
Myopia, Presbyopia, or any compound defect. 



Science has Conquered! 
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AND 



E LITE BUSINESS DIREC TORY 

Embracing Names and Addresses op Reliable and 

Prominent Houses, Classified under 

Appropriate Business Headings 

© 



Advertising Bureau 

McKay & Ogstoii, 841 Market street, 
Room 16 

Agricultural Implements 

Baker & Hamilton. Davis and Pine 
Truman, Hooker & Co., 421-427 Market 
Byron Jackson, 625 Sixth 
A. W. Sanborn & Co., 24 Beale 
Thomas H. B. Varney, 42-44 Fremont 
G. G. Wickson & Co., o-5 Front 

Ale and Porter 

J. F. Burnell, 519 Sacramento 
Sherwood &. Sherwood, 212-214 Market 
William Wolff & Co., 105 Front 

Amusement — Places of 

Alcazar Theater, 116 O'Farrell 
Baldwin Theater, e32-93<i Market 
Bush Street Theater, 32^) Bush 
Chinese Theater, 626 Jackson 
Chinese Theater, Grand, 814 Washington 
Chinese Theater, New, 628 Jackson 
Chinese Theater, Royal, 836 Washington 
Grand Opera House, X s Mission, bet. 

Third and Fourth 
Orpheum, S s O'Farrell, bet. Stockton and 

Powell 
Panorama, cor. Market and Tenth 
Panorama, SW cor. Eddy and Mason 



Standard Theater, 320 Bush 
Tivoli Opera House, 2S-32Eddy 
Woodward's Gardens, Mission, bet. Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth 

Architects 

William H.Armitage, 317 Phelan Building 
A. A. Bennett, 4;'.-46 Merchants' Exchange 

A. J. Barnett, 103 Flood Building 
Copeland & Banks, 126 Kearny 
Gustav Behrend, 103 Phelan Building 
George A. Bordwell, 318 Pine 

John .1. Clark, St. Ann's Building 
John M. Curtis, 528 California 
Charles J. I. DevJin, 330 Pine 
Clinton Dav, 310 Pine 
Robert H. Daley. 2ls Post 
John Gash, 33 Merchants' Exchange 
John P. Gaynor. oC9 California 
Henrv Geilfuss, o3 Kearnv 

B. E. Henriksen. 218 Post 

P. H. Jackson & Co., Office: N.W. cor, 
Fremont and Mission Street. Factory 
and Show Rooms; 228-230 First Street, 
San Francisco 

J. T, Kidd, 410 Kearny 

Augustus Laver, 1 9 San Francisco Stocks 
Exchange Building 

J. H, Littiefield, 126 Kearny 

Macv tt Jordan. '.:08 Kearny 

B. McDougall & Son, 330 Pine 

George H. Miller, 126 Kearny 

H, D. Mitchell, 126 Kearny 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All first-class Grocers keep them. 

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Arc\\itects— Continued 
Moore & Schulze, 94 Flood Biiildiug 
J. J. ct T. v. Newsom, r)04 Kearuy 
Samuel Newsora, 318 Phelau Building 
William Pattou, 411>^ California 
Pissis & Moore, 307 Sausome 
Peter Portois, 519 Montgomery 
M. P Schetzel, 33 St. Anu's Building 
Townsend tt Wyueken, :>15 California 
Van Der Nailleu, School of Architeeiure, 

723 Market 
Russell Warren, 427 Oak 
M. J. Welsh, 326 Phelan Building 
T. J. Welsh, 80SI Market 
W. VVilkins Do Winton. naval, 50S Battery 
James E. Wolfe, 240 Montgomery 
Wright ifc Sanders, 418 California 

Art Galleries 

S. & G. Gump, 581 Market 

H. W. A. Nahl, 723 Market 

San Francisco Art Association, 430 Pine 

Schussler, Brothers, 27 Grant avenue 

Artificial Flowers 

A. Goehring, Importer and Manufacturer 
of French Artificial Flowers. Garnitures 
for Fancy Dresses, Flowers in Velvets, 
Silks, etc., a Spe'^ialty, Ornamental and 
Parlor Plants. Depot for Paper Flower 
ilaterials. 913 Mission near Fifth, 
opposite U. S. Mint 

Artificial Stone 

B . Bonnet tt Co.. ICO Montgomery Avenue 
California Artificial Stone Paving Co., 

404 Montgoraerv 
Chatain & Gilletti, 1219 Market 
George Goodman, 307 Montgomery 
Granolithic Paving Co., 4:2 Montgomery 
Gray Bros.. Artificial Stone Paving Co., 

316 Moutgomerv 
P. H. Jackson & Co., 228-230 First 
Harry B. Morey, 331 Duncan 
Wm.D. Perine, 28 New Montgomery 
Ernest L. Ransome, 402 Montgomery 
San Francisro Artificial Paving Stone Co., 

436 Montgomery 
Union Artificial Stone Paving Co., 321 

Montgomery 

Artists 

G. Boedewig, Artist, Portrait Stiidio and 
Art School room 84 Flood Building 
corner 4th and Market 

P. A. Espina, 387 and 339 Phelan Building 
Crayon Portrait Classes 

Artists' Materials 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 
T. J. Bass and Company, 14 and 16 Ellis 
Hueter Brothers and Company, corner 

Second and Market 
Sanborn Vail and Comjiany, 857 Market 
Schussler Brothers, 27 Grant avenue 
Tormey and Earle, 220 Sutter 

Asphaltum AVorkers 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co , 422 Montgom- 
ery 
B. Bonnet & Co., 100 Montgomery Ave. 
Henry Bruggeman, 316 Grant Avenue 



California Paving Co., 618 Market 

George Duncan & Co., 652 Market 

Granolithic Paving Co., 422 Montgomery 

W. E. Lane. 505 Kearnv 

I. L. Merrell, 316 Townsend and lOt. 
Market ^ 

William D. Perine,28 New Montgomery ^M' 

James Ross, N.W. cor Van Ness and Liu- 
den AAennes 

Joseph Soheerer & Co., 618 Market 

N. C. Walton, 219 Mission 



Auctioneers 

Bovee, Toy & Co., 19 Montgomery 
Briggs. Ferguson tfc Co., 314 California 
William Butterfield, 624 Market 
Cobb & Co., 321 Montgomery 
James M. De Pass 634 Market 
Maurice Dore, & Co., 412 Pine 
Easton, Eldridge & Co., 618 Market 
Killip & Co., live stock, 22 Montgomery 
George F. Lamson, 425 Kearny 
Middletou & Sharon, 22 Montgomery 
Newhall's Sons & Co., 225-227 Bush 
Shaiuwald, Buckbee & Co., 437 Montgom- 
ery 
M. J. Simmons, 10.;.7 Market 
Edward S. Si)ear & Co., 31-33 Sutter 
David Scern & Sons, 323 Montgomery and 

5C8 Valencia 
Joseph T Terry & Co , 747 Market 
G. H. Umbsen, tt Co.. 14 Montgomery 
O. F. Von Rhein & Co., 524 California 



Awning Makers 

Ames & DL'trick, 19-21 California and 124 
Market 

Anderson & Co., Ill Clay and 112 Com- 
mercial 

Neville & Co., 31-33 California 

Bands— Military and Orchestra 

Ballenberg's Baud, 710 California 
Marcus M. Blum, 735 Market 
First Infantry Regiment Band, Room 47, 
Phelan Building 

IJ an jo-maker 

Cress Unger, Room 9. 26 Montgomery 
Inlaid Work a Specialty. Instruments 
Repaired 

Baths 

F. Bazan, (Russian and Turkish, medi" 

cated and electrical.) 415 Sutter 
Louis Corrivean. 113 Geary 
Crvstal.John Farnham, manager, 317 Bay 
Cornelius E. Driscoll, 2210 Powell 
Justin Gates, Ru-ssian and Turkish, 722 

Moutgomerv 
Archibald McSparren, electro-magnetic 

and hot air, 144 Eddy 
James W. Moliere, 531 Sutter 
Neptune and Mermaid Sea Baths, Beach, 

bet. Hyde and Larkin 
New Hainmam, 218 Post 
Palace, swimming, A. J. Truworthy, S s 

Filbert bet. Powell and Mason 
Charles D. Zeile Russian and Turkish, 

524 Pacific 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Key West 

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Beds and Bedding 

W. T. Caldwell. 658 Mission 
F. S. Chadbourue & Co., 741-745 Market 
H. W. Frank & Co., 212 Commercial 
John Hoey. 718 Mission 
Frederick Hnfschmidt, 653 Market 
Hulse, Bradford & Co.. 760 Mission 
Luchsin^er it Bill, 31 Eddy 
D. Lundv, 829 Market 
W. & J. Sloan & Co.. 641-647 Market 
Charles M. Plum, Upholstery Co., Market 
and Ninth 

Bell Founders 

W. T. Garratt & Co., Fremont and Natoma 

Billiard Table Manufacturers 

The Brunswiok-Balke-Collender Co., 655 

Market. 
August Jungblutcfe Co., 10-12 Golden Gate 

Avenue 
Philip Liesenfeld, 945 Folsoni 
Jacob Strahle & Co., 515 Market 

Beer— Liager 

Jones, Mundy & Co., 16 Front. Val. Blatz's 
Celebrated" Milwaukee "Weiuer" and 
"Private Stock" (Red Ribbon) 

Billiard In.struction 

Professor J. F. B. McCleery, Room SO, 
Flood Building, 4th and Market 

Bitters 

Henley Bros., 23 Montgomery Ave. 
Sherw'ood & Sherwood. 212-214 Market, 
Caracas and Florida Tonic 

Blackings 

Sherwood & Sherwood, 212-214 Market, 
(Day & Martin's) 

Book Binders 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Booksellers — I^aw 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Books— Subscription Agents 

Louis Gregoire & Co., 6 Post 

The History Company, 723 Market 

Books — Foreign 

Louis Gregoire tt Co., 6 Post 

Booksellers and Publishers 

American Sunday School Union, 735 

Market 
American Tract Society, 735 Market 
The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 
C Beach, 107 Montgomery 
Bible Truth Depot, 866 Mission 
W. W. Brier and Son, 42 Geary 
California Bible Society, 735 Market 
George Clarke, 8:M Market 
Congregational Publishing Society, 735 

Market 
J . K Cooper, 746 Market 



Diepenbrock Bros. & Doeing, 1390 Market 

J. H. Dorety, (wholesale) agents D. 
Lathrop & Co., Boston, 527-529 Com- 
mercial 

William Doxey, 631 Market 

Ijouis Gregoire & Co., 6 Post 

Rev. John D. Hammond, (agent) 1037 

The History Co., 721 Market 

J. A. Hofmann, 208 Montgomery 

L. Levin & Son, 20 Stockton 

Dorville Libby, 303 Post 

Alexander W. H. MacEwen, [and metric 
measures] 69 Flood Building 

Methodist Book Depository, 10.37 Market 

Payot, UphamACo., [foreign] 204 Sansome 

Phillips & Hunt, ll'37 Market 

Pierson & Robertson, 126 Post 

John W. Roberts & Co., 10 Post 

San Francisco News Company, 210 Post 

San Francisco Presbyterian Book De- 
pository, 42 Geary 

James C. Scott, 22 Third, and junction 
Market and Geary 

Strickland & Co., 3 Montgomery 

James T. White & Co., 300 Post 

Boots and Shoes 

Charles Dietle, 2.35 Bush 
Rosenthal's, 107-111 Kearny 
John Utschig, 3.35 Bush 

Brass Founders 

Thomas Day & Co., 222 Sutter 
W, T. Garratt & Co., Natoma and Fre- 
mont 

Brass Goods 

Bush & Mallett, 34 Geary 

Dalziel & Moller, 415 Mission 

Thomas Day & Co., (Limited) 222 Sutter 

W. T. Garratt & Co., Natoma and Fre- 
mont 

Woodin & Little, 509-511 Market and 
14 First 

Britannia Ware 

Davis Bros., 718 and 1234 Market iind 
419 Kearney 

Davis Bros., Bergmann & Co., 10-16 Sut- 
ter 

Nathan, Dohrmann & Co., 126-130 Sut- 
ter 

S. & G. Gump, 581 Market 

Bronze Goods 

Davis Brothers, 718 and 12;:M Market and 

419 Kearney 
Davis Bros., Bergmann & Co., 10-16 Sutter 
Thomas Day & Co., (Limited) 222 Sutter 
Nathan. Dohrmann & Co., 126 Sutter 
S. & G. Gump, .581-583 Market 
Wangenheim, Steruheiui & Co., 22 Sutter 

and 528 Market 

Cabinet Manufacturers 

F. S. Chadbourne & Co., 743 Market 
A. J. Forbes & Son, 213 Mi-ssiou 
Richard Herring, 450-452 Stevenson 

Califoi-nia "Wood Novelties 

George F. Atkinson, 11 Clementina 



RICHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boned Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
Tongue, Curried Oysters and Fowl, Plum Pudding and Potted Meats; to be naa 
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Candies and Confections 

George Haas, 824 Market 
Gruenhageu's Fine Candies, 20 Kearny 
Maskey, 32 Kearny. Fine Candies, a fine 
variety of Bon Bouuieres and Fancy 
Baskets of the latest styles. Candies 
sent C. 0. D. to any part of the United 
States. 

Cards, Fancy— Manufacturers 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 
John W. Roberts & Co.. 10 Post st., Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Cards, Invitations, Etc. 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

E. S. Goldsmith, 28 Montgomery 

John W. Roberts it Co., 10 Post. Masonic 

Temple 
George M. Wood & Co., 211 Sutter 

Carpet Dealers 

James Duffv & Co., 811 Market 
Frank G. Edwards, 820 Market 
William Ehrenpfort, 14 Third and 1390 

Market 
Joseph Fredericks & Co.. 649 Market 
Gullixson Brothers, 955 Market 
H. F. Gullixson Sc Co., 630 Market 
W. J. Heney i Co., ls--;2 Ellis 
Indianapolis Furniture Co., 750 Mission 
Indianapolis Manufacturing Co., 642-044 

Mission 
Keeler. Barnes & Co., 723 Market 
Alexander Mackav,715 Market 
William McPhun, 107o Market 
Charles M. Plum tt Co., Upholsterv Co., 

1801-1307 Market 
Rave & Hampton. 73-* Market 
Schlueter & Volberg. 709 Market 
Shlrek & Co., 733 Market 
W. & J. Sloane & Co., 641-(543 Market 
Sterling Furniture Co.. 18-20 Sutter 
Jacob Strahle ct Co., 515 Market 
Joseph T. Terry & Co., 747 Market 

Carriage Repositories 

Columbus Buggv Co., 221-223 Market 
.\. W. Sauborn ct Co.. 24 Beale 
Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Co., 

201-207 Market 
Truman. Hooker & Co., 421-427 Market 
O. F. Willey & Co., 317 Montgomery 

Carriage Importers 

A. A. Jackson & C.)., 33 Market. High 
grade goods a specialty. All the latest 
styles of Carriages. PJaetons, Siirreys, 
Top and Business Buggies, Road Wa.g- 
ons. Speeders. Carts, Etc. 

Columbus Buggy Co. 221-22:3 Market 

Caterers 

Ludwig & Abraham, 1203 Sutter 

Cigars 

Arnold, Pollak & Co., Geary and Market 
Peter T. Gauuon, juuetiod Market and 
Post 



M. A. Gunst & Co., 203 Kearnv, 802 Market 

and 218 Pine 
Michalitschke Bros. & Co., 237 Kearny 

and 902 Market 

Champagnes 

W. B. Chapman (Perrier Jouet) 128 Cali- 
fornia 

Arpad Haraszthy ctCo. (Elite). 530 Wash- 
ington 

James De Fremerv & Co.. 410 Battery 
(Delbeck, "Extra Dry," " Vin Brut," 
" L. Delmonico.) " 

Jones. Mundy & Co. (G. H. Mumm & Co.) 
16 Front 

Maoondrav <k Co. (Louis Roederer's) 425- 
427 Market 

Charles Meiuecke & Co. (Deutz & Gilder- 
mauu's "Gold Lac Sec") 314 Sacramento 

Ruther & Bendixeu, [Grand Vin de 
Champagne, F. Bumiller], 211 Cal. 

Sherwood & Sherwood (Moet & Chandon) 
212-214 Market 

William Wolff & Co., 105 Front 

Cider 

Sherwood & Sherwood. 212-214 Market, 
agents Ellenville Champagne Cider Co. 

Chemists 

Boericke & Schreck, Homeopathic Phar- 
macy, 284 Sutter 

Val Schmidt, 23S Kearny 

James G. Steele & Co., Palace Drug Store, 
635 Market 

Wakelee <t Co.. SE cor Moutgomerv and 
Bush and NE cor. Sutter and Polk 

Cloak.* 

Fratinger's, the Leading Cloak and Suit 
House 105 Kearny, Telephone 803 

Clocks, Chinas, Etc. 

S. & G. Gump, 581 Market 

Coal Dealers 

JohuMiddleton, 309 Stockton. Telephone 
1854 

Coffee Parlors 

The Cafe, M. Johnson, Proprietor, 221 

Kearnv 
Tivoli Cafe, C. G. Larsen, Proprietor, 18 

Eddy 

Complexion Powders 

Dickey's Creme de Lis 
James G. 'Steele and Company. 635 Market 
Wakelee & Co., corner Montgomery and 
Bu>h,Camelline 

Corsets 

A. Coplin's Corset House. 1171 Broadwav, 
Oakland 

Crockery and Glassware 

Nathan, Dohrmann & Co. 124-132 Sutter 
Wantrenheim, Sternheim & Co., 22 Sutter, 
528 Market 



Try the FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD GO'S Natiral Flavor French Soups, put up in 
^V glass especially for Children's Diet. Invalids, Sick or Weak Persons. 

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Dancing Acaderay 

O. A. Luut, 1310 Polk 

Dairy Produce, Etc. 

B. M. Atehiiison & Co., 16 Centre Market 
('orbett's Home Dairv, DevisHdero and 
Oak. Telephone, 4035 

Decorators 

Miss Mary J. Bates. 1619 Washington 
Carbone & Monti, 348 Kearny and 6191.2 

Valencia 
F. S. Chadbourne & Co. 741-745 Market 
G.W. Clark it Co., 645 Market 
Cooks Bros., 108-110 Post 
Auguste Duhem, 121 Sntter 
Frank G. Edwards. 820 ^Market 
Charles M. Plum & Co., Upholsterv Co., 

1801-1307 Market 
W. & J. Sloane & Co., 641-643 Market 

Distilleries 

Sherwood tk Sherwood. 212-214 Market 
(agents Kentucky Carlisle Whisky) 

Dressmakers 

Fratinger's. The leading Cloak and Suit 
House. 105 Kearny 

Druggists and Perfumers 

Val Schmidt, 288 Kearny 

Boericke ct Schreck, Homeopathic Phar- 
macy. -^HA: Sutter 

James G. Steele & Co., Palace nrug Store, 
635 Market 

Wakelee ct Co., corner Montgomery and 
Bush 

Dry Goods 

Kahn Brothers, 1105 Broadway, Oakland 

Educational Books 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Educational Institutions 

Barnard's Business College, 46 O'Farrcll, 

Short-Hand & Type-Writing a Specialty 
Miss Bisbee's Boarding and Day School, 

7th avenue and 16th, East Oakland 
California Military Academy, Oakland, 

Colonel W. H. O'Brien. Principal 
Depue <t Avdelotte's Business College, 

1014 Broadway, Oakland 
Field Seminary for Girls and Young 

i^adies, Telegraph avenue and Knox 

place. Oakland 
French and English Institute, 1707 Powell 

Xavier Mefret, Priuci]>al 
Garden City or San Jose Business College 

and Academy. P. O. Box 490, San Jose, 

H. B. Worcester, Principal 
Heald's Business College, E. P. Heald 

President. 24 Post 
Hopkins Academy, Oakland, W. W. 

Anderson. Principal 
Irving Institute for Young Ladies. 10:56 

Valencia; Rev. Edward B. Church, A. 

^I., Principal 



The Larcher and Moe Schools of Lan- 
guages, Room 70 Flood Building, San 
Francisco. Hamilton Hall, Oakland Cal. 
Edward Larcher, T. M. Moe, Principals 

Miss Lake's English, French and German 
Boarding and Day School for Girls, 922 
Post; Miss M. Lake, Principal 

Meisterschaft School of Languages, 324 
Sutter, Charles H. Sykes, Principal 

Mills College, Alameda Co.. Cal. 
C. C. Stratton, D. D., President 
Mrs. C. T. Mills, Principal 

" The Oaks " Home and Day School, SE 
corner Alice and 10th, Oakland 

Pacific Business College, 820 Post, T. A. 
Robinson, M. A., President 

Sackett Boarding and Dav School, 529 
Hobart, D. P. Sackett, Principal, Oak- 
land 

Snell Seminary, 568 Twelfth, Oakland, 
Mary C. and Richard B. Snell, Prin- 
cipals 

St. Matthew's Hall, San Mateo. Cal., Rev. 
Alfred Lee Brewer, Principal 

Trinity School for Young Men and Boys, 
1584 Mission, Rev. E. B. Spalding, 
Principal 

Van Ness Seminary, 1222 Pine, Mrs. S. B. 
Gamble, Principal 

Miss West's School for Girls, 1606 Van 
Ness Avenue 

Electroplaters 

Thomas Day & Co., (Limited) 222 Sutter 
Edward G. benniston, 653 Mission 

Employment Oflftces 

J. F. Crossett & Co., Male Department. 

62y Sacramento. Telephone 1814: Female 

Department 202 Stockton, Telephone 

181.) 
C. R. Hansen & Co., 110 Geary. Telephone 

485 
Jules Lambla & Co., 320 Sutter 

Endowment Company 

Giiaranty Endowment Association, room 
11 .\Jurphy Building. Corner Market 
and Jones!^ J. F. Naughton, Secretary 

Engravers and Designers 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

E. S. Goldsmith. 28 Montgomery 

Asa F. Hevdon. Room :39, 402 Montgomery 

Roberts. 10 Post 

George M. Wood & Co., 211 Sutter 

Etchings. Engravings 

S. & G. Gump. ."81 Market 

Eye-Glas.ses and Spectacles 

California Optical Co.. 317 Kearny 

Fancy "Woods 

George F. Atkinson, 11 Clementina 
Jacob Strable & Co., 515 Market 
John Wigmore & Son, 129 Spear 

Florists 

Carbone & Monti, Telephone 908, Main 
store 348 Kearny, branch 61L^4 Valencia 
A. Duhem, 121 Sutter 



THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S French Soups are put up for family use in 
quart and pint cans and one and a half pint glass jars. 

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Flour 

Sperry's New Process Patent Roller Flour, 
Stockton, S. F. Office 22 California 

Flowers— "Artificial" 

A. Goehring, 913 Mission 

Flowers and Feathers 

The Wonder, 1024 Market 

Fur Dealers 

Fratinger Sz Co., lO.i Kearnv • 

H. Liebes & Co , 111 to 117 Montgomery 

Funeral Directors and Embalniers 

Albert Brown, 466-168 IHth st., Oakland 
Craig, Cockran & Co., Nos. 22-26 Mint 

Avenue 
Halsted & Co., 946 Missioji st. 
Atkins Massey, Uu<'ertaker, Funeral 

Directer, 651 Sacramento 

Furnishing: Goods 

Percy Beamish, 693 Market and 1 Third 

Bullock & Jones, 1C5 Montgomery 

John W. Carmauv, 2i Kearny 

Carroll & Tilton. 872 Market 

Mrs I. Cavasso, 608 Montgomery 

Eagleson & Co.. 535 Market 

Charles 8. Fechheimer, ',06 Kearny 

Jos. Figel &. Son. 211 Montgomery 

M. J. Flavin & Co., 926 Market 

Mann & Benedict, SW cor. Montgomery 

and Sutter 
C. Westover & Co.. Men's Furnishers, 

removed to 1119 Broadway, Oakland. 

Shirts a Specialty 

Furniture 

Ackerman & Strauss, 897 Market 
Burr Folding Bed Co., 603 Market 
California Furniture Mnfg Co., S s Geary 

bet. Grant Ave and Stockton 
F. S. Chrtdbourne & Co., 741 Market 
L. & E. Emanuel. 432 Fourth 
H. W. Frank & Co., 212-216 Commercial 
Frederichs & Gercke, N s Berrv, nr Third 
Hochstadter W. S. & Co., [artistic! 224 

Sutter 
Indianapolis Manufacturing Co., 642-644 

Mission 
David Lundy, S29 Market 
Michigan Furniture Co.. 777 Mission 
E. T. Mills, 11 Phelan Building 
E. H. Marwedel, Bedsteads, Shades. 

Curtain Poles and Shade Cloth, 12 

Second, Telephone 730 
Charles M. Plum & Co. 1301-7 Market 
W. & J. Sloane & Co., (41-647 Market 
Sterling Furniture Co.. 18-20 Sutter 
J. T. Terry tt Co , 747 Market 
Wakefield Rattan Co., S s Geary, bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
C. F. Weber & Co. (Andrews' Folding 

Beds) office 300-306 Post 

Gas Fixtures 

David Biish, 316 Sutter 

Bush ct Mallett. 34 Geary 

California Gas Fixture Co., 122-124 Sutter 

Thomas Day & Co. [Limited] 222 Sutter 

Duflfey Bnis., 122 Sutter and 17 Trinity 

W. E. Lane, 503 Kearny 



General Merchandise 

John P. English, Hotel, Store. Post Offic 
and Pasturage. Bouldin Island, San 
Joacjuin Co., 313 and 315 Davis 

Ludsay and English, Hotel, Store and 
Ranch, Haggiusville, Staten Island, San 
Joaquin Co. 

Germea 

The Breakfast Food. The Joh^ T. Cutting 
Co., 23 and 25 California 

Ginger Ale Importers 

Sherw ood & Sherwood, 212 and 214 Market 
(Ro.ss' Royal Belfast) 

Glove Importers 

T. Henry Asche & Co., 10 Gearv 
P.Centemeri & Co., 108-110 Post 
Doane Sz Henshelwood, 132 Kearny 

Gold Fens 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Grocers 

F. Daneri & Co., Importers and Whole- 
sale Dealers in all kinds of Italian 
goods. comprising Piedmontese, Floren- 
tine, and Sicilian Wines, L\ic( a Oils. 
Agents for Fernet Branca 
Man, Sadler & Co., 9-15 Beale 
Sherwood & Sherwood, 212-214 Market 

Hair — Human 

Mrs. F. Garrlsserie, 113 Grant Avenue 
Goldstein & Cohn, 822 Market 
^frs. E. H. Hubbard, 923 Market 
Mme. J. Phillips, 918 Market, near the 
Baldwin 

Hammocks 

Neville & Co, 31-33 California 
Hats and Caps 

C. Wm. Barnev &Co., 602 Kearny 

Carroll & Tilton, 873 Market 

Collins it Co., 1018 Market 

Davis Bros , 419 Kearny and 718 and 1234 

Market 
M. J. Flavin & Co., 926 Market 
C. Herrmann & Co.. 33;; Kearny and 1212 

]\rarket, factory 335 Bush 
J. C. :MeussdorlTer <fc Son, 810 Market and 

223 Mont.gomery 
Konrad Meussdofffer, 15 Kearny and SW 

ror. Kearny and Pine 
Stack & La'^ombe, «;39 Market 
Theodore Stein er. 726 Market 
Henry White, 614 Commercial 

Hotels 

The Baldwin. NE Cor. Market and Powell 

Hotel Bella Vista; 1001 Pine 

The Berkshire, 711 Jones 

Hotel Del Monte, Monterey 

El Monte Hotel. Sausalito. J. E. Slinkey, 

Proprietor 
The Graid, Market and New Montgomery 
Lick House, SW cor. Montgomery and 

Sutter 
Occidental Hotel, Montgomery, bet. Bush 

and Sntter 
The Oliv*,', Mrs. D. I. Fields. Prop., 11651^2 

Washington, Oakland, Cala. Elegant 

rooms with board 



YUM YUM SWEET CORN, the finest in the land, sold everywhere. Ask your Grocer 
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Hotels— Continued 

The Oriel Hotel, 1904 Market 
Palace Hotel, Market and New Montg'y 
Hotel Pleasanton, NW cor. Sutter <t Joues 
Hotel Rafael, W. E. Zauder,Mauager,San 

Rafael, Cal. 
TheRenton, 712 Sutter 
The Sea Beach Hotel, J. T. Sullivau, Prop., 

Santa (Jruz, Cal. 
St. James Hotel, San Joso. Tyler Beach, 

Proprietor 
The Westminster, 614 Sutter 
Hotel Veudome, San Jose, Cal., Col. E.W. 

Root, Manager 

Homeopathic Pliarmacist 

Boericke & Schreck, 234 Sutter 

Ice Cream Freezers 

W. W. Montague & Co., 309-317 Market 

Insurance Companies 

Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporation, 410 
Pine 

Commercial Insiirance Company of Cali- 
fornia, 439 California. Fire & Marine, 
('has. A. Laton, Agent, San Francisco 

Commercial Union Assurance Co., L'd of 
London; office 31 California. 

Robert Dickson, Pacific Coast Manager 
London, Northern and Queen Coiupa- 
uies, 441 California 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, 410 
California, D. J. Staples, President 

Pacific Mutual Life, 418 California 

South British and National Fire & Marine, 
D. J. Macpherson, 213 Sansome 

Union Insurance Co., 416 California, Na- 
thaniel T. James, President 

Interior Decorators 

George W. Clark & Co., 645 ISIarket 
James Duffy & Co , Sil Market 
Charles M. Plum, Market and Ninth 
W. & J. Sloan & Co., 641-647 Market 

Ivory, Amber and Tortoise Shell 

H. Fortriede, 637 Market 

Ivory Goods 

Henry Fortriede, 637 Market 

Japanese and Chinese Goods 

Deakin Bros, ct Co., 723 Market 

Ichi Ban, ;,73 Market 

G. T. Marsh & Co., 625 Market 

Victor Marsh, 206 Kearny 

Nishimura ct Co., 14 Post between Kearny 
and Montgomery: Dealers in Silks, 
Bronzes, Ivory, Porcelains and Bamboo 
Goods 

Jewelers 

Colonel A. Andrews, 221 Montgomery 

Barrett & Sherwood, 140 Montgomery 

California Jewelrv Co., 134 Sutter 

Thomas Luudy, 7-9 Third 

George C. Shreve & Co., 106 ^Montgomerv 

Peter B. Simons & Son, 2i0 Sutter 

A. W. Stott, 3 Montgomery 

W. K. Vanderslice & Co., 136 Sutter 



Iiadies' Hair Dressers 

[See Hair, Human.] 

Lager Beers, Imported 

Yal. Blatz's Celebrated Milwaukee 
"Weiner" and Private Stock [Red 
Ribbon] Beers 

Jones, Mundy & Co, Agents Anheuser & 
Budweiser Lager Beers, Anheuser, 
Busch Brewing Association, St. Louis 

Lamps 

Thomas Day & Co., [Limited] 222 Sutter 
A. S. Graff & Co., 47 Second 
A. I. Hall & Son, 528 Market 
W. E. Lane, 505 Kearny 
H. F. Marsh, 577 Market 
Nathan, Dohrmann & Co.. 126 Sutter 
Wangenheim, Sternheim & Co., 528 
Market 

Laundries 

La Grande Laundry, Office 17 Powell, 

Branch 1156 Market 
San Francisco Laundry, ,33 Geary 

Law Blanks 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Liquors 

[See Wines and Liquors] 

Lithographers 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 
Bosqui Engraving and Printing Co., SE 

corner Clay and Leidesdorff 
Britton & Rey, 525 Commercial 
The Dickman-Jones Co., 514 Folsom 
Galloway Lithographing Co., 418-422 Com- 
mercial 
The Rosenthal-Saalburg Co., 49 First 
Schmidt Label and Lithographic Co., 25- 
31 Main 

Lorgnettes 

California Optical Co., 317 Kearny 

Machine Threads 

Neville & Co., 31 to 33 California 

Manicure Parlors 

Madame Lee, Beautifies the Hands, Nails 
and Complexion, 405 Sutter 

Mantels 

F. S. Chadbourne & Co., 741-745 Market 
Thomas Day & Co., Limited, 222 Sutter 
S. & G. Gump, 581 Market 
Richard Herriner, 450 to 452 Steven.son 
W. W. Montague & Co., 30J to 317 Market 
Charles M. Plum, Market and Ninth 
W. vt J. Sloane, 641-647 ^larket 

Marble and Granite 

John Daniel & Co., Importer and Dealer 
in Italian Marble and Scotch Granite 
Monuments, Mantels, etc., 421 Pine 



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Marbleized Iron Mantels 

Thomas Dav & Co., [Limited] 222 Slitter 
W. W. Montague & Co., 309 to 317 Market 

Markets 

B. M. Atchiiisou <t Co., Dairy Produce, 16 

to 30 Centre Market 
California Market, California to Pine, ' 

between Montgomery and Kearny 
O'Brien & Spotoruo, Poultry, Game and . 

DairyProduce, Stalls 3 and 4 California j 

Market 

Merchants — Commission 

Allen & Lewi.'^, 202 California 

B. M. Atehinson & Co., 16-30 Centre 
Market 

Balfour, Guthrie & Co., 316 California 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., 30 California 
D. L. Beck it Sons, aO Fremont 
Thomas Bell & Co., 426 California 
Blum, Baldwin & GirAin,307 California 
W. H. Campbell, 402 Front 
Carlson-Currier Silk Mnfg Co., 585 Market 
Wilfrid B. Chapman, 123 California 

C. W. Coburn it Co., 6 Battery 
John T. Cutting Co., 23 California 
James De Fremerv & Co., 410 Battery 
Albert Dibblee, 30 C&liforuia 
Dickson, De Wolf & Co., 412-414 Battery 
Dodge, Sweenev & Co , 114 Market 
Henry Doyle &"Co., 517-519 Market 
Williaiu Dresbach, 316 California 
John F. English, 313 Davis 

M. T. Freitas & Co., 32.'i Front 

John D. French, lOJ California 

J. W Grace & Co., 430 California 

Alfred Greenebaum & Co., 51-61 First 

I. Gutte, :W3 California 

Haslett & Bailey, 452 Spear 

The Johnson-Locke Mercantile Co., SE 

cor. Market and Main 
Jones, Mundy ct Co., 1^ Front 
James Liuforth,12j Front 
Macoudrav tt Co., 42bAi7 Market 
H. M. Newhall tt Co , 309 Sausorae 
NewhalVs Sons & Co., 235 Bush 
A. C. Nichols <t Co., 402 Batterv 
Parker, Wood & Co., 219 Front 
Parrott vfc Co., 306 California 
Scotchler tt Gibbs, 318 Front 
John J. Scotchler, 318 Front 
H. W. Severance, 218 California 
Sherry, Lawrence & Co., 321 Clay 
Sherwood it Sherwood, 212 Market and 

15-17 Pine 
Siegfried it Brandeustein, 118 Market and 

15 California 
Louis Sloss «fe Co., olOSansome 
Chas. Sonntag it Co., 116 Market 
John D. Si)reckels it Bros., 327 Market 
Starr ct Co., 16 California 
Tormey it Earle, 22ii Sutter 
Sol. Wangenheim & Co., 117 Batterv 
Welch it Co., 109 California 
Williams, Dimond tt Co., 202 Market 
William Wolff it Co., 1C5 Front 

Milk 

Milbrae Dairy [Pure Country Milk] 3rd 
and Brannan 

Millinery Goods 

Mrs Kate Adcock, 10 Kearny 



Held Brothers & Co., 512 Market and 13 

Sutter 
Kahn Brothers, 1105 Broadway, Oakland 
Wonder Flower and Feather Store, 1024 

Market 

Milliners 

Mrs. Kate Adcock, 10 Kearny 

Miss M. R. Beritzhoff, Park street, near 

Narrow Gauge Railroad, Alameda 
P. F Butler, 808 Market 
W. J. Butler. 9.V2 Market 
Mrs. E. E. Caswell, 28 Post 
Mrs. J. Coughlan, 919 Market 
Ehreuberg & Bullion, 13o Tavlor 
Held Bros, it Co., 512 Market and 13 Sutter 
Mrs W. H. Holmes, 1208 Market 
Mrs Sarah Mish, 133 Kearnv and 708 Mkt 
Blanche Oulif , 748 Market 

Mineral Waters 

Jones, Mundy it Co., Apollinaris and 
Hunvadi, Janos and Friedrichshall, 16 
Front 

Sherwood & Sherwood, [Heiik's 
Waukesha] 212-214 Market 

Jackson it Wooster, Napa Soda Water 

Mirrors 

S. and G. Gump, ,"81 Market 
Sanborn Vail it Co., 8.j7 Market 
Schussler Brothers, 27 Grant avenue 

Mucilage 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Moldings 

T. J. Bass & Co., 14-16 Ellis 
Herrman Cohen, 19 Grant Av. 
S. it G. Gump, .581 Market 
Morris & Kennedy. 21 Post 
Sanborn, Vail it Co., 8,'J Market 
Santa Clara Molding Co., 770 Mission 
Schussler Bros., 27 Grant Av and*716 Mis- 
sion 

Monuments 
John Daniel it Co., 421 Pine 

Music Teachers 

T. W. Bree, Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo, 
804 Lark in 

Cress, Unger, Banjo, Room 9. 26 Mont- 
gomery 

Newspapers 

Alta California, [daily and weekly] Alta 

California Publishing Co , 52s> Califor- 
nia 
Argonaut, [weeklv] Argouau* Publishing 

Co., 213 Grant Av. 
Evening Bulletin, [evening, weekly, 

overland, etc] S. F. Bulletin Co., I 

Grant Av. 
Morning Call, [daily and weekly] San 

Francisco Call Co., 525 Montgomery 
San Francisco Chronicle, [ daily and 

weekly] M. H. De Young, NE cor. 

Kearny and Bush 
Examiner, [daily and weekly] Examiner 

Publishing Co., NE cor. Market and 

Grant A v. 
Hotel Gazette, [daily] W. P. Harrison, 420 

Kearny 



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Newspnpers— Confj"«er/ 

News Letter,[\veekly] Frederick Marriott, 

Flood BdyT, SW cor. Market and Fourth 

The Overland Monthly, Overland Pub. 

Co.. 420 Montgomery , ^ „ ^ 

Evening Post, [daily and AveeklyJ Post 

Publishinsr Co., 7'z7 Market 
Illustrated Pacific States, [weekly] Illu- 
strated Pacific States Publishing Co., 
220 Market ^ , , , 

Oakland Tribune, [daily and weekly] 

Tribune Publishing Co., Oakland 
Pacific Rural Press, [weekly] 220 Market 
Pacific States Watchman, 220 Market 
Report [daily] 2:38 Montgomery 
The Wasp, [weekly] John P. Jackson, 538 
California 

Oil Cloths and L.inoleuin 

James DufFv & Co., 811 Market 
Frank G. Edwards, 820 Market 
William Ehreupfort, 14 Third aud 1390 

Market ^, , ^ 

Joseph Fredericks & Co., 649 Market 
Gullixson Bros., 95.t Market 
H. F. Gullixson & Co., 630 Market 
Raye & Hampton, 739 Market 
A. Mackav, 715 Market 
Charles M. Plum & Co. Upholstery Co., 

1301-1307 Market 
Schlueter & Volberg, 709 Market 
Shirek & Co., 73:3 Market , ; 

W. and J. Sloane & Co., 641-643 Market | 

Olive Oil j 

James De Fremery & Co.. 410 Battery, 

(Barton & Guestier Bordeaux). j 

Sherwood ct Sherwood, 212 & 214 Market 

Opera Glasses 

f"alifornia Optical Co., 317 Kearny 
Heurv Kahu & Co., 212 Kearny 
Hirsch, Kahu it Co., 333 Kearny 

Opticians 

California Optical Co., 317 Kearny 
Henrv Kahn & Co., 212 Kearny 
Hirsch, Kahn & Co., 333 Kearny 

Organs 

William G. Badger. 17 Post 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Sherman, Clay & Co , 139 Kearny 

Zeno Mauvais, 749 Market 

Bvron Mauz/, 308 Post 

r". W. Spencer & Co., 723 Market 

Pain ter.s— Fresco 

Cooks Bros., 108-110 Post 

J. St. Dennis & Co.. 3C8 Sutter 

Moretti & Trezzini, 71-72 St. Ami's Bldg. 

Paints, Oils, etc. 

T. J. Bas3& Co.. 14 Ellis 

Paper Hangers, Etc. 

John L. Cahill, 23 Sixth 

G. W. f'lark & Co.. 64") Market & 46 Third 

Cooks Brothers, 108-110 Post 

James Duffv & Co.. 811 Market 

J. St. Denis & Co., 308 Sutter 

William McPhun, 1075 Market 



Paper Hangings 

G. Ammerup, 1314 Market 

J. L. Cahill, 23 Sixth 

G. W. Clark & Co., 645 Market, and 46 

Third 
Cooks Brothers, 108-110 Post 
James Duffv & Co., 811 Market 
J. St. Denis & Co.. 308 Sutter 
Frank G. Edwards, 820 Market 
William McPhun, 1075 Market 
W. and J. Sloane & Co., 641-643 Market 

Parquet Floors 

Cooks Brothers. 108-110 Post 

Pasturage 

John F. English, Bouldin Island Store, 
Hotel Store and Pasture, Grain Feed the 
Year Round. Bouldin Island, San 
Joaquin County. Cal. 

Lindsav & English, Hotel, Store and 
Ranch, Haggiuville, Staton Island, Sau 
Joaquin, Cal. O. A. Lindsay, Haggin- 
ville, P. O. Walnut Grove, Sacramento 
County. John F. English, S. F. 

Pens 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Pliotograpli Galleries 

Bradlev <feRulofson, The Popular Photo- 
graphers, No. 14 Grant Avenue, Bet. 
Market and Geary Sts., Sau Francisco. 
Take the Elevator. Crayon Portraits a 
Specialty, 

David Cobb, 1144 Market 

Dewev Engraving Co., special photo- 
graphs for engravers, 220 Market 

A. P. Flaglor. SE cor. Market and Ninth 

Fuller & Williams, 1140 Market 

Thomas Houseworth. 1903 Mission 

Jones & Lotz [Elite] 838 Market 

Charles Lainer, 31 Third and 71o Market 

George D. Morse, Phelan Building, 826 
Market 

D. Sewell, 1025 Market 

William Shew, 523 Kearny 

I. W. Taber, 8 Montgomery 

Louis Thors, 1025 Larkin 

Weitz & Dijeau, 34 Third 

Photograpliic Printers 

Cantwell& Co.. 8 Sixth 
(;:raig & Mosher, 22 Kearny 
("harles H. Cunningham, 5 Stockton 
Lewis Dowe, 410 Kearny 
Victor Duhem, 713 Sutter 
Johnson & Co., 118 Golden Gate Av 
William Reed, 306 Turk 
Universal Copying Co., 1202 Mission 

Photographers' Supplies 

Hirsch, Kahn & Co., 333 Kearny 
Sam C. Partridge, 529 Commercial 
Kodak Camera, Magic Lanterns & Slide.'- 

Pianos and Organs 

Wm. G Badger. Sole Agent for Hallet & 
Davis Go's Pianos, Parlor and Vestry 
Organs, No. 17 Post 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 



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Pianos and Organs— Continued 
Sohmer & Co., Peek & Son "Opera," 

Newby & Evans 
Byron Mauzy, 308 to 314 Post 

Picture Frames 

T. J.;Bass & Co., 14 and 16 Ellis 
S. & G. Gunjp, 581 Market 

Picture.* and Engravings 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 
T. J. Bas.s & Co., 14 and 16 Ellis 
Max Bnrkhardt, 545 Wasliinfjton 
Herrnian Cohen, 19 Grant Av 
Amos Currier, 103 .'Stockton 
S. & G. Gumj), .',81 Market 
Morris & Kennedy, 19 Post 
Sanborn, Vail & Co , 857 Market 
Schussler Brothers, 27 Grant Av and 716 

Mission 
W. K. Viekery, 1C8 Grant Av 

Pickle Manufacturers 

Sherwood & Sherwood, 212-214 Market 
Agents Crosse & Blackwells 

Portraits 

The Harting l.ife-Size Portrait House, 

Rooms 85 and 86 Flood Building 
The Pacific Portrait Co., 1221 Market 

PreserA'ed Fruits 

John T. Cutting Co.. 2;^ and 25 California 
Mau, Sadler & Co., 9-15 Beale 
Sherwood & Sherwood, 212 and 214 

Market, Agents, Crosse ct Blackwells, 

Jams ct Marmalades 

Printers 

The Bancroft Com])any, 721 Market, 49 
First. This book is a' specimen of our 
work. 

Brunt ct Co., Arti.stic Printing, Emblem- 
atic and Embossed >iocietv Cards, 
Badges, Rosettes, Souvenirs. Wedding 
Outfits in the latest style. Main Office ! 
518 Clay above Sansome. Highest award ! 
(Medal) for fine Printing and Badges. 
1887 •- ' 

Jordan ct Arnold, 1117 Broadwny,Oak]and ] 



Plated Ware 

Davis Bros., 419 Kearny, 718 and 12S4 
Market 

Davis Brothers, Bergmann & Co., 10-16 
Sutter 

E. G. Denniston, 653 Mission 

A. I. Hall & Son, 528-530 Market 

T. Luudy, 7-9 Third 

Meriden Brittania Co., 134 Sutter 

Middletown Plate Co. [Middletown, 
Conn J 120 Sutter 

Phelps i\j Miller, 120 Sutter 

William Rogers Manufacturing Co 
52&-530 Market 

Geo. C. Shreve & Co., 106-208-110 Mont- 
gomery 

Peter B. Simons & Sons, 220 Sutter 

W. K. Vandeislice & Co., 136 Sutter 



Plumbers and Gas Fitters 

David Bush, 316 Sutter 

Bush & Mallett, 34 Geary 

^■y-I>G^?^r, Ranges, 'stoves and Gas 
F]xtures,Gas Fitting, Tinning and Sani- 
tary Plumbing, 1151 Broadway, Oakland 

Ihomas Day tkCo., [Limited] >22 Sutter 

Henry W. Dodge, 1030 Sutter 

DuflPey Brothers, 122 Sutter 

Fritz & Kean, 423 Geary 

John T. Gray, 230 Sutte'r 

Timothy J. Healv, ,-32 Bush 

Wm. E. Lane, 505 Kearnv 

Timothy Lynch, 800 Howard 

John Lyons. 510 Post 

William F. Wilson, 204 Stockton 

Publishers 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 
make a specialty of Publishing Works 
for Authors 



Pumps 

Baker & Hamilton, NW cor. Davis and 

Pine 
H. H. Bodwell it Son, 211 Mission 
W. T. GarrattA Co, cor. Fremont and 

N atom a 
H. P Gregory ct Co., NW cor. Fremont 

and MissiOii 
Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson. 225-229 Mrkt 
I Byron Jaek.son, 625-631 Sixth 
I Joshua Hendy Machine Works, 39-51 Fre- 
mont 
W. W. Montague & Co., 309-317 Market 
1 Truman, Hooker & Co.. 421-427 Market 
Woodin & Little, 509 Market 

Ranges 

Holbrook, Merrill <t Stetson, 225-229 Mrkt 
W. E. Lane, .^05 Kearnv 
W. W. Montague & Co", 309-317 Market 
San Francisco Stove Works, 622 Third 
Schuster Bros. & Co., 306 Sutter an<i 130 

Third 
George H. Tay & Co., 614 Battery 

Real Estate Agents 

Charles Ashton, 415 Montgomery 
H. A. Beaton Si Co., 841 Market" 
O. W. Becker, 415 Montgomery 
Charles C. Bemis, 4;^5 California 
C. S. Capp & Co., 6;^S Market 
Nathan C. Carnall. 624 Market 
George W. Chapin, 312 Montgomery 
Cobb & Co., 321 Montgomery 
Frank Collins, .S41 Market " 
Cressweli Bros.. 727 Market 
W. H. Crim & ("o.. 428 Montgomery 
Easton, Eldridge & Co., 61S Market 
J. K. Finley it Co., 915I2 Market 
A. T. Green, 413 Montgomery 
Greenwood & De Wolf, 415 "Montgomery 
George C. Higgins it Co., 121 Monta:on)er"v 
Hobson, Clarke it Co., 13 Post 
James L. King, 30S California 
Madison it Burke, 401 Monrijoniery 
McAfee Brothers, 10 Montgomery " 
McAlester it Jones. 422 Montgomery 
Wm. Mclntyre & Co., 12 Moi;tgoinerv 
Thoilias Magee, 20 Montgomery 
P. C. Molloy, i:;8 Montgomery ' 



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Ileal Estate Agents — Continued 

W. I. Morgan & Co., .M2 California 
L. Oesterreieher, 503 California 
Pacific Coast Land Bnreau, 618 Market 
Potrero Laud and Water Front Co., 4'2 

Market 
A. Roman tt Co. [dealers city and conntiy 

])ropertv and timber landsj 27 Post 
Shainwald, Buckbee & Co., 407 Mont- 
gomery 
David Stern & Son, 32;> Montgomery 
C. H. Street & Co.. 415 Montgomery 
G. H. Umbsen & Co., 14 Montgomery 
(). F. Von Khein & Co., 524 California 
H. H. Woodruff, 841 Market 

Kefrigerators 

W. W. jSIontague & Co., 309-317 Market 
Nathan, Dohrmann & Co., 126 Sutter 



Resorts 



On 



The Arlington Hotel, Riverside, Cal. 

the European plan 
Hotel Del Monte, Monterey, Cal. 
El Monte Hotel, Sausalito, Cala., J. E. 

Slinkey, Proprietor 
Howard Springs, Lower Lake, Lake Co.. 

Cal., Phil Sieben, Proprietor; Geo. Eff, 

Lessee 
St. James Hotel, San Jose, Cal., Tyler 

Beach, ProT)rietor 
Napa Soda Springs, Napa County 
Pacific Grove, Monterev, Cal 
Hotel Rafael, San Rafael, Cal., W. E. 

Zander, Manager 
Sea Beach Hotel, J. T. Sullivan, Prop'r, 

Santa Cruz, Cal. 
Hotel Vendome, San Jose, Cal., Col. E.W. 

Root, Manager 
Swain Brothers. 213 Sutter 

Restaurants 

Campi's, I. Cuenin, .'31 Clay 

Campi's, Sartori & Fantini, 33 O'Farrell 

Delmonico Restaurant & Confectionery, 

8 to 14 O'Farrell, Tschurr & Einselen, 

Proprietors. Telephone 808 
Manning's Restaurant and Oyster Grotto, 

13 and 15 Powell 
The Maison Riche, 44 Geary, and 104 

Grant avenue 
Stege's Quaker Restaurant, 30 Ellis 
Swain Brothers, 213 Sutter 

Sail Duck and Twine 

Neville (k Co., 31-33 California 

Sanitary Appliance-s 

Joseph Budde, manufacturer of Patent 
Water Closets, 43 Fremont 

School Furniture 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Schools — Private 

See hjlacalional Institutions 

Sculptors 

Gregorio Bianchi, 1116 Turk 
Morton A. Edwards, 1330 California 
Frederick Flohr, 1125 Mission 
Frank Happersberger, 51 Park Av. 
PMward J. Heverin. 1S2) Hyde 
Cbarles Kertel, 6.55 Willow Av. 
Emil Kutzkau, 729 Treat Av. 
F. Marion Wells, 757 Mission 



Seedsmen 

Carbone & Monti, Telephone 903; 343 
Kearny, aud619-;'4 Valencia 

Sewing Machines 

New Home, 725 Market 
The White, 1C8 Post 

Shirt Manufacturers 

Percy Beamish, Market, cor. Third 

John W. Carmany,25 Kearny 

Eagleson & Co., f 35 Market 

W. I). Lawton & Co., 608 Market 

McPherson & Conway, 1384 Market 

Orr & Atkins, 123 Montgomery 

('. Popper, 431 Kearny 

C. Westover & Co., Men's Furnishers, re- 
moved to 1119 Bn adway, Oakland, Cal. 
Shirts a Specialty 

Soap Manufacturers 

Fisehbeck & Glootz, Queen Lily Soap 

Spectacles 

California Optical Co., 317 Kearny 

Stationers 

The Bancroft Company, 7<il Market 

C. Beach, 107 Montgomery 

James K. Cooper, 746 Market 

H. S. Crocker & Co., 216 Bush 

Cunningham, (Jurtiss & Welch, SW cor. 
Sansome and Sacramento 

Edward Denny & Co., 418 Montgomerv 

William Doxey, 631 Market 

Dutton it Partridge, 212-214 California 

J. J. Evans, 406 California 

Jordan & Arnold, 1117 Broadway, Oak- 
land 

J. R. Goldsmith, 100(^2' Market 

Louis Gregoire & Co., 6 Post 

Joseph A. Hofmann, 208 Montgomery 

Le Count Brothers, r;33 Market 

Payot, Upham & Co., i04 Sansome 

John W. Roberts & Co., 10 Post 

San Francisco News Co., 210 Post 

James C. Scott, 22 Third and Junction 
Market and Ge.iry 

Strickland & Co., 3 Montgomerv 

Achille Waldteufel, 737 Market 
Stoves, Ranges, ¥itc, 

W. W. Monta.gue & Co., 309-317 Market 

Schuster Brothers ct Co., 3t6 Sutter and 
130 Third 

Suits— L. ad ies 

Fratinger's, The Leading Cloak and Suit 

House. 1C5 Kearny. Telephone 803 

Tailors 

Irvin Paiuch, 9 Giant A v. 

Bullock ct Jones. 105 Montgomery 

Burr & Sansten, 620 Market 

John Ek, 411 Geary 

Charles A. Helmquist, 622 Clay, room 13 

Edward Holland, 209 Grant Av. 

J. M. Litchfield & Co., 12 Post 

Charles Lyons, 1218 Market and :»2 

Kearuv 
'Mann ct "Benedict, SW cor. Montgomery 

and Sutter 
Orr A: Atkins, 123 Montgomery 
N. Thorson. 633 Market 
Reeve & Staab, 10 (icary 
John Reid. 907 Market 
Sanders it Johnson, Phelan Building 
M. Short [The Bon Ton] (.22 Montgomerr 



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Tailors — Continued 
^Nicholas Thorsou, 1-2 Phelan Building 
Francis Verbeek, 412 Geary 
Chri.stian Zinus, 5 Moutgomery 

Table Delicacies 

Plum Pudding, Fruit Roll, Lemon Syrup, 
Shrimp Salad, etc., etc. La Favre 
Packing Co. 
Mau, Sadler & Co., 9-15 Beale 
Sherwood & Sherwood, 212-214 Market 

Tents 

Neville &. Co., 31-33 California 

Thread 
J. & P. Coats. For sale everywhere 
Tiies 

Thomas Day ct Co., [Limited], 222 Sutter. 
[Floor and Hearthl 

P. H. .Tackson it Co^ 228-230 First. [Il- 
luminating Tiles and Skvlights] 

W. \V. Montague & Co., 30y-317 Market 
[English, Encaustic and PlainJ 

Toys 

Davis Bros., 419 Kearny, 718 and 1234 

Market 
Davis Bros., Bergmann & Co., 10-16 Sutter 
M. J. Flavin & Co.. 926 Market 
Goodyear Rubber Co.. 577 Market 

Turners — Wood 

G. F. Atkinson, 259 First, office 11 Clem- 
entina 
R. W. Brehm [wood] 211 Mission 
Brunswiek-Balke-Collender Co., 653 

Market 
Jacob rrtrahle & Co. [wood and ivorv] 515 
Market 

Undertakers 
Albert Brown, 486-468 13th st., Oakland 
Craig, (,'oehran & Co., 22 to 26 Mint Ave. 
N. Grav ct <'o., 643 Sacramento 
Hal.sted ct Co.. 94S Mission 
William J. Mallady, 733 Mission 
Atkins Mas.sey, Undertaker, Funeral Di- 
rector, 6.'»1 Sacramento 
McAvoy & Gallagher, '-0 Fifth 
J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission 
United Undertakers' Association, 29 Fifth 

Upholsterers 
F. S. Chadbourne & Co , 743 Market 
.James DufliV & Co., 811 Market 
A. V. Henko, 610 Post 
Frederick Huf.schmidt, i..53 Market 
Indianai>olis Furniture Co., 748-752 Mis- 
sion 
Indianapolis Manufacturing Co., 642-644 

Mission 
Charles M. Plum & Co.. Upholsterv Co., 

1301-1307 Market 
W. & .]. Sloane i Co., 641-647 Market 
Upholstery Goods 

F. S. Chadbourne & Co., 741-745 Market 

James DutlV & Co., 811 Marker 

Frank G. Edwards, 820 Market 

H. W. Frank ttCo., 122 Commercial 

J. Fredericks A Co., 649 Market 

Gullixson Bros,, \,55 Market 

H. F. Gullixson & Co., 630 Market 

Gibson, Parish & Co., 40 Pheian Building 

•Clemens Hayncrt, 214 Market 



Frederick Hufschmidt, 653 Market 
Hulse, Bradford <t Co., 760 Mission 
Keeler, Baroes &. Co.", 723 Market 
Chas. M. Plum & Co., 1301-1307 Market 
Schlueter & Volberg, 709 Market 
W. & J. Sloane & Co., 641-647 Market 

Valentines 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 

Varnishes 

Occidental Varnish Works, J. P. Jourdeu 

Prop., office 809 Market 
T. J. Bass & Co., 14 and 16 Ellis 

Vault Lights 

P. H. Jackson & Co., 230 First 

Wall Paper 

G. W. Clark & Co., 653 Market, S. F. 

Jas. Duft'y & Co., 811 Market 

W. & J. Sloane & Co., 641-647 Market 

Water Closets 

Joseph Budde, 43 Fremont 

Wedding Stationery 

The Bancroft Company, 721 Market 
Pierson & Robertson. 126 Post 
John W. Roberts & Co., 10 Post 

WindoTT Shades 

G, W. Clark & Co., 653 Market 

Jas. Duffy & Co., Flood Building, 811 

Market 
W. & J. Sloane & Co., 641-647 Market 
F. S. Chadbourne & Co.. 741-745 Market 
Chas. >[. Plum Upholstery Co., Market 

and Ninth 

Wines and liiquors 

J. H. Burnell, 519 Sacramento 

James De Fremery & Co., 410 Battery. 

Agents Barton it Guestier [Bordeaux] 
Rilther & Bendixen, 211 California 
W. H. Campbell, 402 Front 
F. Daneri & Co.. 27-29 California 
B. Dreyfus it Co.. 101 California 
Alfred Greenebaum ct Co.. 51-61 First 
J. GuiuUach &. Co., SE cor. Market and 

Second 
A. Haraszthy & Co., 530 Washington 
Kohler tt Frohling, 626 Montgomery and 

SE Cor. Sutter and Grant Ave. 
The Lachraan Cal.WineCo., 4.')3 Brannan 
Lang tt Co., 100-104 First 
Lilienthal & Co., lOJ-102 Front 
Jones. Mundy & Co.. 16 Front 
F. Mandlebaum &. Sons, 312 Sacramento 
Charles Meinecke & Co., 314 Sacramento 
Naber, Alfs & Prune. 413 Front 
Sherwood tt Sherwood, 212-214 Market 

and 15-17 Pine 
William Wolff & Co., 105 Front 

Wire Manufacturers 

John A. Roebling Sons Co., 8 California 
and 14 Driimm 

"Wooden I\TanteIs 

Thomas Day Sc Vo., [Limited], 222 Sutter 
S. &. G. (rump, 581 Market 
Richard Herring, 4 tO-4 )2 Steveu.son 



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ADDITIONAL LIST 

CONTAINING NAMES RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR CLASS- 
IFICATION; ALSO, CHANGES OF RESIDENCE OF 
PAR TIES IN MAIN FOR TION OF BOOK, SINCE 
GOING TO PRESS 




eville & Co. 



MANUFACrURHRS A.\D DEAI.KRS IN 

Jepts, f\\xjT)\v)<!^s, Qa9opie5 

3i#\^3 CALIFORNIA ST. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




We have Tents for Camping Parties; 

Canopies and Floor Cove r s for Weddin gs, or 

Parties; E ither for Sale, or for Rent; 

AT Shortest Notice. 



257 



Additional List 

Contain ing names received too late for Classifi- 
cation ; ALSO Changes of Residence of Parties 
IN Main Portion of Book since 
Going to Press 



Ackerson, Miss L. F. ; The Pleasanton Monday 

Ackinson, Miss Blanche 1426 10th Ave., East Oakland 

Adcock, Mrs E. ; Peralta Park, Berkeley 

Barr, Mr and Mrs John D. ; 1214 Mason 6t. Thursday 

Miss Lottie 

Miss Fannie 

Milton H. 

Barr, Stewart A. ; 932 Market st. 

Beach, Tyler ; St. James Hotel, San Jose 

Charles 

Bendixer, C. E. ; 808 Leavenworth st. 

Benson, Mr and Mrs John A. ; 1425^ Hayes st. 

Best, Mrs K. R. ; 1023 Hyde st. Friday 

■ Miss Kate 

Boalt, Judge and Mrs John H. ; 332 Haight st. Tuesday 

-Miss 

Borden, Rhodes Fresno 

" Bouton, Miss Lillian ; Van Ness Seminary, Monday Reno, Nevada 

Bouvier, Alfred; Baldwin Hotel 

Brewer, Rev. and Mrs Alfred Lee San Mateo 

Miss Adalene 

Miss Susie 

Rev. William A. 

Edward C. 



Brunt, Waher N. ; 621 21st st. 

Bucknall, Miss Marguerite Santa Monica 

Bufford, Mr and Mrs Samuel F. ; 1S14 Sutter st. Wednesday 

THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD CO'S ready made Soups are cheaper and better 
than can be made at home. All^firs^cl^ss^Gr^ooer^s ke^ep them.^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 



BURNS 258 GRAY 

Burns, Capt. and Mrs A. M. ; NVV cor. Hyde and Washington sts. 

Card, Dr. E. F. ; 2406 Sutter st. 

Castle, Mr and Mrs Mich lel, cor. Franklin and Washington sts. 

Champion, Mr and Mrs Charles Noble; 1823 Broadway 

Childs, Mrs O. W. Los Angeles 

Clapp, Mrs Belle ; 1023 Po^t st. Wednesday 

Clapp, Mr and Mrs M. B. ; cor. Vallejo and Buchanan sts. 

Clark, Mrs G. W.; 720 Tnion st. Tuesday 

H. L. 



Clover, Richardson, tJ. S. N., U. S. Steamer ''Dolphin'' 

Code, Mr and Mrs James A. ; The Berkshire Monday 

Conway, Miss M. T. ; 8th ave. bet Point Lobos and Clement 
MissT. B. 

Cooks, ]Mr and Mrs Louis ; Wednesday 1524 8th st , Oakland 

William 

Max. 

Cornwall, Mr and Mrs P. B. ; SE cor. Buchanan and Page sts. 

Wednesday Glenwood, Santa Cruz Co, 
Creanor, Mrs Stockton 

Miss Nan 

Miss Louise 

Oarling, Mr and Mrs George L. ; 515 Fell st. Wednesday 

Davis, Mr and Mrs John W. ; The Lyndhurst, Monday San Rafael 

Ellis, Roland B. ; 512 Jones st. 

Dexter, Mr and Mrs H. F. ; 4D4 Capp st. Monday 

Donaldson, Mr and Mrs R. A. ; 1151 Octavia st. Wednesday 

Edwards, Miss ; Scott st. , near Haight st. 

Eitel, Mr and Mrs Edward E. ; 1512//4 Baker st. Tuesday 

Eichbaum, Miss Mary C. H. ; 1 28 Valencia st. Monday 

Fennimore, Mr and Mrs W. D. ; The Lyndhurst Tuesday Cleveland, O. 

Finley, Mrs Richard New York 

The Misses 

Fisher, Mr and Mrs George A. ; 1619 Larkin st. 

Fletcher, Mr and Mrs G. W. ; 714 Waller st. Thursday 

Folger, Mr and Mrs Herbert Portland, Or. 

Fry, Mr and Mrs Willis B. ; 513 Frederick st. Thursday Oakland 

Olenn, Mrs A. G. Tuesday Fruitvale 
Mr J.Q. 

Gray, Mrs Matthias ; Hotel Rafael San Rafael 



Always reliable and uniform— HORACE R. KELLY & GO'S Kej' West Havana Cigars. 

MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



HENDY 



259 



NOUGUE.S 



Hendy, Samuel J. ; 102 Bartlett st. 

Hendy, Joshua; 102 Bartlett st. 
^John H. 

Hayman, Mr Al. ; Baldwin Hotel 

Hoffman, Mr and Mrs Southard; 1113 Bush st. 

Ogden 

—Southard, Jr. 



Thursday 
1 hunday 



Healy, Captain and Mrs M. A. : Palace Hotel Monday 

Herr, M. M.; 142o>^ Hayes st. 

Miss Ella G. 

Hammond, Mr and Mrs ; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Harlow, Miss; 405 Sutter st. 

Hart, Miss Susie, 624 Clinton Park 

Havens, xMr and Mrs Howard; The Bella Vista Thursday 

Jeghers, Mrs A. P. ; 723 Union st. 

Jones, Miss Constance ; The Bella Vista 

Jones, Mrs John P. 

Jourden, Mr and Mrs J. P. ; 2525 Howard st 

Kellogg, Mr. G. H. ; 330 Pine st., Room 56 

Kidd. Mr and Mrs James ; 532 18th st. 

JohnT. 

Miss Annie 

Arthur 

I^ee, Mrs Anna H. ; 405 Sutter st. 

Leffler, Miss Kate F. 

Lippman, G. W. ; 1151 Octavia st. 

McKay, Mr T. D. ; Occidental HoteP 

McAran, Thomas P. ; Palace Hotel 



Oakland 

Tuesday 

Thursday Los Angeles 
Santa Monica 

Wednesday 



San Jose, Cal. 



San Jose 



McElroy, Mr and Mrs James R. ; SW cor. Haightand Buchanan sts 



Meade, Mr and Mrs George ; Palace Hotel 

Melons, Mr and Mrs Drury ; Palace Hotel 

Merriman, Dr. and Mrs A. F. ; 521 11th st. 

Miss INIamie 

Miss Fannie 

— Dr A. F., Jr. 



Monday 
Monday 
Thursday 



Oak Knoll 



Montez, Mr and Mrs J. F. 

MissK. V. 

Miss Eloise N. 

Moultey, MissM. ; 335 O'Farrell st. 

Newell, Mr and Mrs David; 5 Pearl st. 

Naughton, Mr and Mrs J. F. ; 2209 California st. 

Nougues, Mr and Mrs Joseph ; 2226 California st. 



Oakland, Cal. 



T^irHARDSON & ROBBINS' Boued Chicken, Turkey, Cooked Ham, Rolled Ox 
'"'"'^ugu?, curried Oysters and Fowl Plum Puddiag and Potted M^ats: U» be had 
of all first-class Grocers. MAU, SADLER & CO., Pacific Coast Agents. 



OESTING 260 YATE; 



Oesting, Mr and Mrs Paul, Jr. ; 1410 Taylor et. 

O'Brien, J. F. ; 2 Waller st. 
C. A. 

O'Keefe, .fosepli San Jose 

I*age, Mrs Thomas ; Occidental Hotel Monday 

Miss Meta 

Arthur 

Peterson, Mrs G. H. ; 109 Oak st. Wednesday 

Miss Louise 

Miss Leon a 

Peyton, Colonel and Mrs Bernard Santa Cruz 
Miss Julia 

Presbrey, Fred L. ; Hotel Vendome, San Jose 

Rogers, Mis? Aphra ; 1010 Folsom st. Monday Sonoma, Cal. 
Miss Mamie 

Root, Colonel E. W. ; Hotel Vendome, fian Jose 

Sangteller, Captain and Mrs; Scott st., near Haight 

Sanders, Miss Emma ; 1010 Folsom st Monday Sonoma 

Sheldon, Mr and Mrs Mark; 1001 Golden Gate ave. 

Simmons, Captain and Mrs Honolulu, H. I. 

Smith, Mr and Mrs M; 223 Page st. 

Miss Mary J. 

Miss M. A. 

Thomas A. 

JayT. 

Spalding, Miss E. B.; 1534 Mission st. Wednesday 

Stilwell, Mr and Mrs Henry C. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday Monterey 

Stone. Mr and Mrs L. D. ; 2520 Howard st. Hotel Vendome, San Jose 
Miss Hattie 

Stonor, M. L>., Edward, 400 Golden Gate Ave. 

Symmes, Mrs Frank J. ; 63J Harrison st. Wednesday 

Xhall, Mark ; 301 Turk st. 

Thomas, G. N. ; Baldwin Hotel 

"Weller, Mrs C. L. ; Hotel Pleasanton Monday 

Wiley, Walter J. ; 130 Haight st. 

Winans, Mrs Joseph W. New York 
Joseph W., Jr. 

Woodthorpe, James M. ; 813 Pine st. 

Worcester, Mr and Mrs H. B. ; SE corner Santa Clara and Monroe sts. 

San Jose 

Wright, Stewart S. Fresno 

Yates, Mr and Mrs Charles R. ; 1501 Van Ness ave. 

Trj' the FRANf;0-AMEKICAN FOOD GO'S Natural Flavor French Soups, put up in 
glass especially for Childreu's Diet, Invalids. Sick or Weak Persons. 

MAU, SADLER & CO , Pacific Coast Agents 



JOSEPH BUDDE 



MANUFACTURER OF 



fjgfent maUv Ctosets 

SLOP, WASTE AND SURFACE HOPPERS 

43 FREMONT STREET, bet. MARKET & MISSION 





Golden Gate Plug Closet, with Off-set 



Golden Gate Plug Closet, with trap 



The above cuts give views of the popular Golden Gate Plug Closets. 

These closets have replaced others in the buildings of the Sharon 
estate. They are in use in Bancroft's History Building, Market street, 
19 closets; Huntington, Hopkins & Co.; Thos. G. Taylor's block, on 
Polk, bet. Bush and Pine ; Baldwin's building, occupied by Keane Bros, 
and Pinkiert, Market street. 18 closets; Chas. M. Plum & Co., Market 
street, 8 closets ; Panorama building, Market street, 8 closets; New and 
Old City Hall, Fire Departments, Public Schools, and Churches; Grand 
Hotel; Lick House; Windsor House; Hackmeyer Hotel, 22 closets; 
James Flood's building, corner Market and Fourth streets, 14 closets; 
Hinckle Houses, 5U closet*; Holtmeyer, Filbert street, 6 closets ; Hebrew 
Church, corner California and Stockton streets, 5 closets; McAllister & 
Buchanan streets, 10 closets; Golden Gate avenue and Webster street, 
10 closets; Golden Gate avenue and Fillmore street, 6 closets ; Golden 
Gate avenue and Devisadero street, 6 closets; block on Turk street, 
between Laguna and Buchanan, contains 40 closets; Eddy, near 
Laguna, 18 closets ; O'Farrell, between Buchanan and Webster, and bet. 
Webster and Steiner, 18 each ; Geary, between Laguna and Buchanan, 20 
closets; Geary, bet. Mason aad Taylor, 10 closets; corner Sutter and 
Van Ness avenue, 6 closets; Eighth and Minna streets, 12 closets; 
Post and Buchanan, 16 closets; Turk and Larkin, 8; Notre Dame 
Convent, 6 ; cor.. Powell and Bush, 6; O'Farrell and Taylor, 6; southwest 
corner Golden Gate avenue and Buchanan, 12; Pacific Soda Works, 
corner Erie and Folsom, Geo. Shafer, 6; Colonel Fry, northwest corner 
Polk and Bush, (replaced by Cadman Bros.) 12; Brooklyn Presbyterian 
Church, East Oakland, (also by Cadman Bros.) 5. 

They are to be obtained of Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, San Fran- 
cisco and Sacramento; W. W. Montague & Co., San Francisco and Los 
Angeles; Geo. H. Tay & Co., Thomas Day & Co., Roland W. Snow, 
Dalziel & Moller, San Francisco and Oakland, and all the leading dealers 
in plumbers' supplies in the different towns and cities of the coast, San 
Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Portland, Sacramento, etc. 



N. B.— A full line of Porcelain Closets, supplied by tanks, self-acting 
and pull action; on hand all the latest desigrns. 




E HAVE NOW ON HAND the Largest and 
Finest Stock of Wall and Ceiling Coverings 

IN THE City, consisting of 

LINCRUSTA-WALTON, JAPANESE, LEATHER 

VELVET, PRESSED AND EMBOSSED PAPERS 

Of the Latest and Richest Designs ever shown in 
this market. For Plain Finished Wai,ls the Richest 
Effect is produced by the ''GRANITE'' paper for 
which we are the Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. 



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