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Full text of "The San Francisco directory for the year 1852-53 : embracing a general directory of citizens, a street directory, a new and complete map of the city, and an appendix of general information, an almanac, etc. : first publication"

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ON 

FROr^T STREET, 

OiNE DOOR 

North of Pacific Whar 

SAN FRANCISCO. ; 




This House is kept on thi 

plan of French's and 
Lovejoy's Hotels, New York 



ROOMS BY THE DAY OR WEEK, MEALS AT ALL HOUR} 



•I Ir.rged and improved, for the greats 
The Restaurant is under the directio: 




^fW° Th^ House h^3 rtCv-i.'Jy u .;. 
accommodation of thv, iraveiinr- put' 
of an exp .rienced caterer; and t'^l- iiooms are undn- the charge of a hous^ 
keeper wh ne reputation for rl-v.,.iiness riiid neatness, will be a guarantee fq 
the order in which they will be kept. The Beds are equal to any in the Stat^ 
Attached to the house are comfortable Sitting and. Dining Rooms. — Terni 
moderate. 

Passengers landing froih IJe hoats of ;'. '/ ,.■' ! ,j'; .n House by the hrigK 
Lights burning before the Dooi..^-^ { 



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Manufa^vturpr, 
Importer, Wholesf. . i. ].'«tdi Dealer in 

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I LADIES' Blui HATS 

Children's Hat. anJ Caps. < 

EIDmGGLOYES, WHIPS 



Etc. Etc. Etc. 

^ Sole Agent for Wm. H. Bebee <& Go's Hats. 



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176 Clay St. between HT-ntgomery & Kearny Stfi 



CL'OTHfflC ! ! 'CL©TPli!5 ! ! ! 

The undersigned, Manufacturers and Importers of Clothing, are 
constantly receiving, by every steamer and clipper ship, from their 
manufacturing establishment, all kinds and recent styles of garments, 
suited to the various wants of consumers. Country Merchants, Tra- 
ders and Miners will find our garments all 

The best of workmen are employed by us, and as the greatest atten- 
tion is bestowed, Ave feel assured in saying 

No Better liXanufactti^-ed Clothing 

Dealers, and the Public generally, al'e requestM" to 'CttH and examine 
for themselves. ' (] 

JOHNBOir & CANFIELD, 

No. 169 Clay Street, San Fancisco. 



161 Battery Street, near Pacific, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Portrait, Looking. _Gl<iss and Picture Frames- Window Cornices 
made to order. Interro.|^* decorations for Saloons. Business Cards, 
Maps, &c. mounted and varnished^. N. B. 014 Frames re-gilt. 

WrImIIto DlllJlil 

;IHetci)ant0 ^xdjan^t, ^attmntnto 5t 

J. J. JOSEPH, Agent 

X^^ Adv^ertisements at moderate charges received daily until 3 o'clock. Pa- 
pers delivered to subscribers on the arrival of the Sacramento Boats. Box for 
orders at Bonestill & Williston's Bookstore, Plaza. 



W. J. SILYER & CO., 

IWANIJFACTURERS OF 



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WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, 

Sacramento Street, between Montgomery & Kearny, 

N. B. Moss, Hr ', Feathers, &c, for sale on the most reasonable tenns. 

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Washington Street, near Montgomery, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



A. & B. GOLDSMITH, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



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AND WATCH MATERIALS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Washington St. near the El Dorado, San Francisco. 

£;5^ Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired and warranted. All kinds of 
California Work made to «rder. Gold Dust bought. 



Manufacturers and. Importers of 



"Whips, Collars, Saddlevrare, &c. 



No. 08 ISaii^oinc street, near California, 






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GLADWIN & VrHITMORE, 

^tnttal Commission JHetcijants, 

25 & 54 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

CORNER OF ERONT, 

srA-crMfw^rzuks san francisco, California. 



McGARRAHAN, FOLEY & ROONEY, 

WiUlllE EiCElS 11 CIMMOK liCMni!, 

Importers of 

|3rot)isiou0 \X\im8, Ciquors, Cigars, 



TOBACCO, &c. 
Fire Pioof Brick Warehouse^ 50 California Street^ 

Ifortli Side, 4d door east of Front Street, 



\VM. McGARRAHAN, TERRENCE FOLEY, P. H. ROONEY. 

ROBERT MARTSH, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

PAHTS. m. SFM OF TiFEIITl. TH 

Glass, Putty, Brushes, Sec. 
SANSOME STREET, 

Tliree Doors Nojth of Waslilngton, 

X^^ All orders promptly executed, and on the most liberal terms. 

iOITGOiiE¥ WiiSC MiS^ 

AND SHAVING ^^^^K S-A.LOON, 

Montgomery Street, next door to Burgoyne &. Co., 

£^r Warm and Cold Baths, at all hours. Also, Medicinal Baths, Douche and 
Shower Baths. 



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COFFEHTi. SHEET HWOMESS 



AND DEALERS IN 




Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron W^ares, 

Sacramento St. Wharf, below Davis St- 

STREET LANTERNS. STEAM TABLES, BATHING TUBS 

Particular attention paid to Jobbing, Plumbing, etc. 



JOHN HOBINETT, 



California Street, bet-w^een Montgomery and Sansom, 



House, Ship and self-acting Water Closets ; Force and Lifting Pumps ; Hot, Cold, 

Shower and Vapor Baths ; Wash Bowls ; Brass Cocks , Couplings, and 

every article usually found in such an establishment, which he 

warrants of the best description and at reasonable rates. 

^^° Hotels and Private Houses fitted up with hot water apparatus on the most approved 

principle. Repairing and Steamboat work attended to. 

References — Messrs. Alsop & Co. ; Messrs. Macondray & Co. ; Mr. G. Elliot, Builder. 



S. F. BLASDELL, 




No, 70 Kearny Street, near Bush 

]|^^* Horse Shoeing and Wagon Work. Stone Cutters' Tools made and re- 
paired. All kinds of Mining Tools made to order. 



i«liifiliaifflii»Hii^iii!liiniSiiil»ll| 
I FHANK BAKER, ^ 

g IMPORTER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

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J^X^ JMT Jtcm 

NO. 149 MONTGOMERY STREET, 
S Doors from Clay, in the Fire Proof Building lately occupied by Page, Bacon & Co. 



HAS COXSTANTLT ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP 
VELVET, TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, THREE PLY, INGRAIN, AND VEN- 
ETIAN, CARPETS, DRUGGETS, MATTING, TABLE AND FLOOR 
OH CLOTHS, RUGS, MATS, &C. &C. 
SATIN, SILK, WORSTED, COTTON, DAMASK, LACE, 

AND 

Also, Window Shades of every descriptioa 

GIMPS, CORDS, FRINGES, SILK AND WORSTED 

TASSELS, LOOPS, GILT CORNICES AND POLES, 

CURTAIN BANDS AND PINS, TABLE 

COVERS, PLUSH, &C., &C. 

ALSO, A LARGE AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF 

FRENCH k AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS. BORDERS, &C. 



Having made arrangements in New York, for a reg- 
ular supply of the above Goods, the trade will do well to call 
before purchasing elsewhere. 

g^* Particular attention paid to PAPER HANGING, 
AND UPHOLSTERY WORK, of every description. 

^^* Orders from the interior promptly attended to. 

FRANK BAKER, 

No. 149 JVIont^on&ery Street, Saci 'Francisco. 




KE7ES & CO.'S 



AND 



GENTLEMEN'S GENERAL FURNISHING STORE, 

CORNER OF CLAY AND KEARNY STREETS, 



Superfine Black Cloth FROCK COATS, latest styles ; Superfine Blue Cloth FROCK 

COATS, latest Styles; Superfine Black Cloth DRESS COATS, latest styles; 

Superfine Blue Cloth DRESS COATS, Gilt Buttons ; Superfine 

Cloth Single-breasted FROCK COATS. 

Every Mail Steamer will bring an INVOICE OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, from our 
House in New York ; and the latest and most beautiful styles of Goods will be regularly sent 
for. Mr. Keyes superintends the manufacture of our goods personally. 

71!^^ Gentlemen are requested to call and look through the stock. 

DRESS AND PARTY VESTS. 

Black Granadine Silk Vests ; English Figured Silk Vests ; Fancy English Figured Silk Vests ; 
White Marseilles Vests ; Buff Marseilles Vests ; Buff Cashmere Vests ; Black Cloth Vests, fly .1 
fronts, bound ; Black Cloth Vests, fly fronts, velvet bound ; White Satin Vests, gilt figured ; 
White and Pink Velvet Vests, and a general assortment of Fancy Cashmere Business Vests. 

Also Superfine WHITE LINEN SHIRTS AND COLLARS. 

A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

For our Custom Department, from the celebrated House of 
^. T. STElf^^UT Sf CO., BUO^DJV^Y, JTEIV ITOHK. 

French and English Black, Blue and Dahlia Cloths ; French and English Black and Fancy 
Cassimeres, latest styles ; French and English Silk Vestings, and Buff Cashmere Vestings. 
beautiful assortment of Pocket Handkerchiefs, Buttons, Silk, Twist, &c., &c., &c. 



BMIOTT k SllEWOOB, 
Cttij ^hsttMon^, lei Clay Stmt, 



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Manufacturers and Importers of 

FINE WATCHES AND EICH JEWELRY. 



BLISS (k CREIGHTON, Chronoraeter Makers, New York ; T. F. COOPER 

and THOMAS PORTHOUSE, Watch Manufacturers, London ; and for 

the sale of the British Admiralty Charts. 



By the first Enghsh and Swiss makers, imported by us direct from the seats of 
manufacture. 



In every style of Ladies ornaments of the most beautiful and valuable descriptions. 



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In Rings, Pins, Guard, Vest and Fob Chains, Lockets, Earrings, Bracelets, Seals 
and Keys, Thimbles, Cuff Pins, Charms, Pencils, Toothpicks, &c. <fcc. 

The choicest designs in Diamond, Specimen, chased and Engraved Jewelry are 
made up by the best Workmen in the United States or Europe. 

Commands special attention from the fact that we are practical Watch-Manu- 
facturers, our experience having been acquired by residences in London and 
Liverpool factories where we sojourned several years for improvement. 
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33. St. Xj O Ft. 13 y 

Importer and Dealer in 

Stationertj. ^Ilatjinig Cailrs, 

COMBS, BRUSHES & POCKET CUTLERY, 
129 Sansome St., near Washington. 

Receiving monthly shipments from the Eastern cities, he will be enabled to 
offer to the trade at all times, a complete assortment of articles in his line at the 

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Among which may be found Letter and Cap Paper, Playing Cards, Printing Pa- ' 
per and Cards, Ink, Combs, Brushes, Pocket Cutlery, Wrapping Paper, Twine, 
&c., &c., to which he respectfully invites the attention of purchasers. 

D. S. LORD. 

l^l^BB & CO., 

Importers and Dealers in 



PLAYING CARDS, &c. 1 

151 SANSOME STREET, NEAR JACKSON, 

NOISY CARRIER'S 

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BetTveen Battery and Sansome Streets, 

Boofes antr Stattonerij of tHt^ ^atietg 

CHARLES F. KIMBALL, Proprietor. 



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SOULE & PAOE, 

CORNER FINI! AND BATTERT STS., 

Keep constantly on hand all kinds of 

Lumber ; also, Doors, Windows, Sashes, Blinds, &c. 
J. SELIGMAIT & CO., 

importers anta Wf^aitmlt Beate in 

European and American 

Boots and Shoes, Hats> Clothing. Cigars> etc- 
COR. CALIFORNIA & SANSOME STS. 

Smith's New Buildings, SAN FRANCISCO. 

J. V. CORNELL, 

STEAMBOAT & DECORATIVE 

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139 SANSOME STEET, 

Between Washington and Jackson, San Francisco. 

Steamboat painting, and decoration executed in a style of neatness 

and beauty of finish equal to the far-famed steamers of the 

Hudson River. 

POLE Sl&nS, BANUERS, ?LiLSS,etc., etc., 

All orders promptly attended to. 



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TAArPE, McOAHILL & CO., 

Wifokmk dealers antr Smpoaters of 

Cor. Front and Sacramento sts. 



WILLIAM TAAFFE 
THOMAS McCAHILL, 
D. A. MAG£HAIV, 



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GRAY & STARR, 

watftiiAii f mtiifti, 



W. H. GRAY, ) 
F. R. BTARR. t 



PACIFIC WHARF, COR. FRONT STREET, 



SCRUTTON & HALE, 

SmW, CiSTiffl iWSE 

AGENTS FOR PASSENGER VESSELS FOR AUSTRALIA 

No. 154 FRONT STREET, NEAR PACIFIC, 

SAN rRAUCISOO. 

L. BRAVERMAN & LEVY, 

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EMM 

JE'WELERS 



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MANUFAGTUBING 

SAN FEANCISCO. 



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ALSOP &. CO., 

BRICK BUILDINO, 
No.'smandllS CALIFORNIA STREET, 



CHARLES B. POLHEMUS, 



BAHKEH & PADDOCK, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



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COR. BATTERY AND CALIFORNIA STS., 

Haxall and Gallego Flour constantly on hand. 

DOUGLASS & CO., 

Importers and Dealers in 

KS,LIQiOiS,Ciei!IS,ET( 

No. 10 Empire Block, 

(BRICK STORE,) 
California Street, between Sansome and Battery, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

GEORGE W. DOUGLAS, HENRY L. EOUGLAS. 

J. W. FARRINGTON. CORNELIUS LUDLUM. 

farrhtgton & ludlxjm, 



JOBBERS OF MERCHANDISE GENERALLY, 

No. 90 CALIFOENIA STREET, 
Below Sansome, ^ii»2Sf ^^<&M^^M^^, 




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Corner of Sansome and Halleck Sts. 

ADJOINING THE AMERICAN THEATRE, 

J. L. VAN BOKKELEN & CO. 

PROPRIETORS, 

Has been fitted up with a view to Comfort and Privacy. Merchants 
• and Traders will always find a full file of 

ALL THE PAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE STATE, AND ALSO' 
THE LATEST ATLANTIC PAPERS. Also, - 

:OIXj.XjiI.^f<.13 rCAJSI^lSlfB. 

The LIQUORS and CIGARS served at the Bar, are carefully se- 
lected from the best stocks in this market, together with direct impor- 
tations of the MOST APPROVED BRANDS OF BRANDY. 



Served every day from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M., and from 8 to 12 P. M. 
N. B. THE CELEBRATED 

"DICKY JONES" BRANDY, 

Is served at this Bar, being the only House in the city that has a 

stock of it. 

J. L. VAN BOKKELEN, 



ALL DESCRIPTION OF MERCHANDISE AND REAL ESTATK 
OFFICE, No. SANSOME ST, 



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^WILLIAM HABE, 

U) Ik £K ^a A K^ ^ W ^ Am p 
AND COMMISSIONER. 

CLAY STREET, DR. RABE'S BUILDING, 

Commissioner's Office, for the States of Maine, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, 
Vermont, Indiana, Tennessee, Alabama, Rhode Island, North Carolina, South 
Carolina, Michigan, Florida, Iowa and Texas. 

Deeds of all kinds, to he used in these States, for record, or in Courts, have to 
be attested by the undersigned. 

Any business in his official capacity, as well as collections of money, will be 
promptly attended to. 

JAMES B. TOVrNSEND, 



9 

Montgomery, Corner of Merchant St, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 
SANDERS, & PARKER, 

OFFICE IN BOLTON, BARON & CO.'S BDILBING. 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



G. J. HUBERT SANDERS, 



SAMUEL H. PARKER. 



THOMAS N. CAZNEAU, 



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CALIFORNIA AND MONTGOMERY STREETS, 



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L. W. SLOAT, 



GENERAL AGENT, &c. 

OFFICE, 129 MONTGOMEEY STREET, 



AGREEMENTS, 
DEEDS, . 
MORTGAGES, 

CERTIFICATES of Incorporation 
POWERS of Attorney. 
CHARTER PARTIES. 
BOTTOMRY BONDS. 
BILLS OF SALE of Vessels, and 

other Commercial Papers drawn 

and Acknowledged. 
PROTESTS of VESSELS Noted 

and Extended. 



(iTommisstoncr in (Ealtfornm 
To take Acknowledgments, 
Depositions, 
Affidavits, Etc. 
MASSACHUSETTS, 
RHODE ISLAND, 
CONNECTICUT, 
NEW YORK, 
PENNSYLVANIA, 
VIRGINIA, 
OREGON, 
MINESOTA. 



A. PHELPS, 

Counsellor at Caii'> 

1011-2 MERCHANT STREET, 

• JAMES SMITHEY, 

JJadjiiiist Kiia ^radical ijigJMr, 

Having recently returned from the Eastern States, begs leave to inform 
the citizens of California, that he is prepared to receive orders for set- 
ting up 



In general. All Orders through the Post Office, promptly attended to. 
Refers to— WASHINGTON MANUFACTORY CO., Gloucester City, N. Y. 
JAMES W. STILLMAN, San Francisco. 



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GIBBS AND CO., 

ORAIVITi: BI.OCK, 

NO. 62 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

REPRESENTED IN NEW YORK BY 

Who will attend exclusively to purchasing, packing and shipping of Merchan- 
dise for the California market. 

r. A. BABCOCK, 

IB ® '^^1 ''WH ''^1 W W ^1 W ''®il '"^l«i ''^1 ' Wi W> ''Ml "win 'Wil '%ii"'ii 
AND DEALER IN 

BwflS, ;lttelticines, Jfancy Articles, 

ITO. 129 JACKSON STREET, 

SIGN OF THE MORTAB. ^^M fl^Wiiii»B 

WATSON & CO. 

206 Clay Street, Plaza, 

CARPETS, 

OIL CLOTHS, 
RUGS, 
MATS 

CURTAIN DAMASKS, 
LOOPS, 

CORDS, 

TASSELS, 

AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

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CARPETS made and put down ; CURTAINS put up, &c. 
WINDOW SHADES, of aU kinds, PAINTED TO ORDER. 



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IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER OF 

LAMPS, CHANDILEERS, CUTLERY, 



John Shieley, 



E. P. Batley, 



SHIRLEY 

Importers and 

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OIL, LAMPS, WICKS, 
176 Montgomery 




& BAYLEY, 

Dealers in 

Hi CDTIEIY. 



CHIMNEYS, &G. 
iwawromat Street. 176. 

Sign of the big Hexagon Pitcher, §^^ ^I^^^^^^S^^a 



Goods packed to go safe to any part of the Country. 



MENDELS, SILVER & CO. 

CORNER OF SHCRAMENTO AlH) KEARNY STREETS, AND ALSO 
BRICK STORE, CORNER OF SANSOME AND JACKSON STREETS, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN EVERY VARIETY OF 

Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, and Comforters, 

J^~ Imported directly from the Manufacturers from Europe and the Atlantic States. ..^^ 
Dealers in the City and Country are invited to examine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. 

Sofas, Tables, Hat Trees, Crickets, 

Side Boards, Desks, Ward Robes, Card Tables, 

Bureaus, Sinks, Wash Stands, Chamber Setts, 

Chairs, Looking Glasses, Bedsteads, Marble C. Tables, 

Stools, Rocking Chairs, Mats, Toilet Boxes. 



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ROBERT JOSEPHI & CO. 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 



WATCHES, m^ JEWELRY, 




Watchmakers and Jewelers Tools and Materials- 

176 WASHINGTON STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

N. B. R Joseph! & Go's celebrated Premier Fountain Desk Pen, 
constantly on hand. 




No. 132 Kearny Street^ 

Between Sacramento and California, SAN FRANCISCO. 

I. ROWELIi, M. D. J. M. TEWKSBURY, M. D. 

Consultations in office at all hours. 

E. WnUAlIS, ....... Apothecary. 

A. T. McCLUEE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
CHEIVIICALS, PERFUniERY and 

Fancy Articles, Sarsaparilla Syrups, Thorn's Extracts, Shakers' Herbs, 

N. E. Cor. Montgomery and California Streets. 

Physicians' Prescriptions dispensed at all hours . Country orders promptly attended to. 

ORE 11 MEDICiE STOE^ 

Drs. carman & MARTIN, 

l¥ashing:toii above Kearny Street, Plaza, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

They have on hand a well selected supply of Drugs, Medicines, &c. 
and constantly replenishing. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully pre- 
pared. 

B. R. CARMAN, M.D. J. S. MARTIN, M.D. 

Of Philadelphia, Of Baltimore. 



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sTXlHlAPIN, " 0. V. CHAPIN, 

CHAPIN & SAHVYER, 

And Dealers in 

127 SANSOME STREET, 

Between Herchant and TFasliin^ton tStreets, 

Are receiving per clipper ships, all desirable articles in their line, in 
part as follows, viz : 

Saws, Chisels, Augers, Locks, Nails, Hinges, Butts Screws, Grind- 
stones, Axes, Rules. 

AGRICtXTURAL IMPI.EME1\TS, 

Scythes and Snaiths, Rakes, Hay Forks, Plows, Cultivators, Har- 
rows, Corn Mills, Churns, &c. 

Picks, Crowbars. Long and Short Handled Shovels, Hoes Forks' 
Blasting Powder and Safety Fuse. 

AnvilSj Vices, Sledges, " G " Horse Nails, Files, Bellows, Screw Plates, Horse and Mule Shoes, 
XZOT7SX2ZS:X3X3f>X3>70 .^fl.a'XOXjXSJS. 

Knives and Forks, Spoons, Selves, Sad Irons, Enamelled and Tinned Hollow Ware, Scrapers, Wood- 
en Ware, Candlesticks, Brushes, Blacking, etc, 

X^XSiZZZI^Gi- .AJXTIJ S}X»OH.TI3>J-Ca-. 

Agens the American Net, Seine and Twine Company, Fishing Lines and Hooks, Guns, Rifles, Re- 
volvers, Powder, Shot. Bar Lead, Percussion Caps, &c. 

Particular attention paid to this branch of business and a complete assortment always on hand. 
Also, a variety of other goods which purchasers are invited to examine, 

W. B. SAWYER, 
No. 1^17 ^amsome Street, 

And agent for Messrs. VOSE & CO., Stove Founders, Albany, N. Y- 
N. B. Contracts made for delivery, and payment here from the 
above Foundry. 



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A GEMEAL DIRECTORY OF CITIZENS; 

A STREET DIRECTORY; 
A NEW AND COMPLETE MAP OF THE CITY; 

AND AN 

OF GEi\ERAL INFORMATION, AN ALMANAC, ETC. 

pub: 

iirst JPublicatiou. 



SAN FRANCISCO: 
PUBLISHED BY JAMES M. PARKER 

Office in Parsons' New Building, No. 138 and 140 Clay Street. 

1852. 

Moason, Haswell & Co., Printers— Montgomery St 




Eutered mcoriliiig to Act of Congress, in the year 1860, by Jamks M. Takksb, 
Clerk '8 Office, of the District Court, of the District of tlie State of Califomid, 

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TO OUR PATRONS 



We would apologize for the delay in the issue of our work, did we not know 
that apologies, like comparisons, are sometimes odious ; so sickness, in the first 
instance, and the well known scarcity of paper more latterly, are all we shall 
urge. We will say but httle of the many difficulties attendant on the compilation 
of a work of this kind, in a community like the present, as we flatter ourselves 
those difficulties are, in a measure, overcome by the appearance of this volume, 
and we hope in our future issues, to avoid or correct, all the errors of the present. 

The canvas was as thorough as could be made, under the circumstances, and 
we have endeavored to keep pace with, and record, all removals and business 
changes, up to the time of going to press, and, while upon this subject, we woulcj* 
urge upon our merchants and business men, the necessity of acquainting us with 
all such changes or removals, by letter or otherwise, in time for the issue of our 
first " extra," on the first of January, 1853. 

"We hope for a favorable consideration of our work — errors and all — from the 
public, and we will endeavor, in our next issue, to do them justice. ! 

EDITOR. 

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A BEIEF SKETCH OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



The year which gave birth to the great Western Republic on the Atlantic shore of 
North America, also witnessed the first permanent settlement on the coast of Upper 
CaUfornia. In 1776, two Mssionaries of the Roman Catholic Church, landed in the 
Bay of San Francisco, and proceeded to establish a central point for their operations 
in civilizing and christianizing the native tribes. Their names were Francisco Palou 
and Benito Cambon. They were natives of Spain, but came to this place from Mex- 
ico. Finding a fertile tract of land, capable of irrigation, near two miles south of the 
present city, they chose it for their home, and founded a Mission which they named 
Mission Dolores, in commemoration of the sufierings of the Virgin. The Mission 
of San Jose, Santa Clara, San Raphael, and others, in Upper California, were estab- 
lished subsequently, and were dependant on that of San Francisco. 

On the present site of the city of San Francisco, a few houses were erected about 
the same time. This settlement was named Yerba Buena, — good herb — because 
an herb of that name, considered highly medicinal, and sometimes used as a substi- 
tute for Chinese tea, was found in great abundance on the surrounding hills. The 
town retained the name of Yerba Buena, until occupied by the Americans. The 
first houses were erected by settlers from Mexico, — except one building which was 
put up by a Russian, who had been left on shore from a Russian ship, touching at the 
harbor. 

All the buildings were of sun-dried bricks or adobes. The first house built at the 
Mission, stood about two hundred yards in -front of the present church, where its 
crumbling walls are still visible. Next was built the chapel with its appui-tenances. 
The Presidio, three miles west of the town, and near the entrance to the Bay, was 
constructed near the same time for government purposes. 

Soon after its organization, the Mission flourished rapidly, realizing the hopes of its 
founders. The Indians learned to repose entire confidence in the Padres, and em- 
braced, with avidity, the new religion, and many of the arts of civilization. They 
lived in small communities and were occupied in tilling the earth and other employ- 
ments under the direction of the Missionaries. They worked eight hours in the 
twenty-four, and received in return all the necessaries of life, such as food and 
apparel, together with trinkets and rum — the latter being considered in those days, 
as almost essential to a life of civilization and godliness. 



At various times, parties of Indians were provided witli the proper means and 
dismissed by the Missionaries, that they might pursue an independent life. But we 
are told that the attempt invariably failed, and that the natives sooner or later re- 
turned to seek the protection and guardianship of the Padres, after wasting their 
cattle and other stock. 

Some idea may be formed of the extent of those operations, from the fact that 
there belonged to this Mission, at one period, twenty thousand head of cattle, three 
thousand horses, and thirty thousand sheep. In 1810, the number of Christian 
baptisms had reached three thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, and in 1831, 
the period of greatest prosperity, the whole number had amounted to six thousand 
eight hundred and eighty-three. From this date a declension took place, which was 
greatly accelerated by the Mexican Revolution, in 1836, when the cattle and prop- 
erty ^veve destroyed, and the Indians driven off by political disturbances. From 
1831 to 1849, the number of baptisms was only four hundred and sixty-eight. Of 
the entire list, it is computed that nine-tenths were Indians, and the remainder Cali- 
fornians, or immigrants, and their descendants, principally from Mexico. 

In the mean time the town was slowly increasing, some importance being attached 
to it in consequence of the hides and tallow Avhich it exported. In 1839, it was laid 
out as a town by Captain John Vioget, the few houses being previously scattered 
without regularity. In 1845, there were one hundred and fifty inhabitants. About 
this time it began to attract the attention of some adventurous Americans, and the 
population increased in two years to nearly five hundred. It was, in fact, an Amer- 
ican settlement, long before Upper California became a territory of the United 
States. 

For the benefit of distant readers, it may be well briefly to describe its situation. 

The city of San Francisco stands on a narrow neck of land between the Bay 
and the Ocean, fronting eastward on the Bay and having the Ocean five miles on 
the west. The Bay extends southward some fifty miles, parallel with the sea, from 
which it is separated by a narrow strip of land, varying from five to twenty miles in 
width. The city is on the extreme point of this promontory. Its site is handsome 
and commanding, being on an inclined plane half a mile in extent, from the water's 
edge, to the hills in the rear. Two points of land, Clark's Point on the north, and 
Rincon Point, on the south, one mile apart, project into the Bay, forming a crescent 
between them, which is the water front of the city, and which has already been 
filled in and covered with buildings to the extent of half a mile. Those points, and 
the lofty hills north and west, upon which the city is rapidly climbing, afford a most 
extensive and picturesque view of the surrounding country. There are scarcely to 
be found more charming and diversified prospects, than are presented from these 
heights. Taking your stand on Telegraph Hill, to the north of the city, and looMng 
eastward, you see the spacious Bay, eight miles in width, crowded with ships from all 
quarters of the globe, and the fertile coast of Contra Costa, beyond, with its new city 
of Oakland, behind which rise hill on hill, to the Redwood forests on the summits. 
Towering over these, is the conical peak of Moimt Diabolo, at a distance of thirty- 
five miles. To the north is the entrance from the Ocean, almost beneath your feet, 
and Saucelito, six miles distant, at the foot of the opposite hills. The northern arm 
of the Bay also •stretches away till lost in the distance, studded with smoking steam- 



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ers on their way to the numerous points on the Sacramento and San Joaquin riv- 
ers. Turning to the south you look down on the busy city, whose tumultuous 
din rings steadily in your ear — the Mission Dolores in a charming little valley be- 
yond, backed by graceful hills — the southern arm of the bay lost in the horizon, 
and the dim and distant coast range of mountains running parallel on the east. 
Facing the west you look upon the narrow strait through which the restless ocean 
ebbs and flows, and into which the sea breeze sweeps daily with its chilling but 
purifying mists — the Golden-Gate — the Presidio — the Fort — the great ocean 
beyond. 

Prior to the construction of wharves the principal landing was near the foot of 
Broadway and towards Clark's Point, where there was a bold shore with deep 
water.' Boats also landed at North Beach, which obtained the name of Washer- 
woman's Bay ; its clean, sandy shore atfording facilities for washing. The only 
wharf in 1846 was at the foot of Clay street. 

The war with Mexico, which broke out in 1846, gave an impulse to the com- 
merce of the port, by requiring the shipment of supplies for militaiy purposes. 
On the 13th of March, 1847, there were in the harbor the extraordinary number 
of six vessels, viz : U. S. ship Cyane, ship Moscow, ship Vandalia, ship Barnsta- 
ble, ship Thomas H. Perkins, and brig Euphemia. On the 18th of December of 
that year there were four vessels in port, and no arrivals had occurred for a week. 
The imports for the last quarter of 1847 amounted to $49,600, and the exports to 
$53,600. In the first quarter of 1848 there were nine arrivals of vessels, four of 
which were from Monterey and San Pedro. 

In April, 1847, the number of inhabitants exlusive of Indians, was 375. Eight 
months afterwards, when a census was taken by the Board of School Trustees, 
the number exceeded 800. Of these there were adult males, 473 ; adult females, 
177 ; children of age proper to attend school, 60. This increase of more than an 
hundred per cent, in eight months, took place some months before the discovery 
of gold, and when California was sought merely for agricultural and commercial 
purposes. 

As early as January, 1847, a complaint was published in the California Star 
that there was no school for children, the writer stating that he had counted forty 
children playing in the street. A public meeting was then called, to adppt mea- 
sures to found a school. But the project failed. Some months later it was re- 
vived, with better success. A school house was built, and completed by the 1st of 
December. On the 21st of February, 184ii.','an election was held for School Trus- 
tees, and the following gentlemen were chosen : Dr. F. Fourgeaud, C. L. Ross, 
Esq., Dr. J. Townsend, J. Serrine, Esq., and W. H. Davis, Esq. The Town 
Council passed a resolution that " not exceeding four hundred dollars be appropri- 
ated to the payment of the teacher of the public school of this place ; two hundred 
to be paid at the expiration of the first six months, and two hundred at the expi- 
ration of twelve months from the commencement of the school." That was the 
day of small things. Gold was a scarce article in California, except as a hidden 
treasure. But the enterprise and energy of the American people were neverthe- 
less directing themselves in a channel which would have made the country great 
and prosperous, even if there had not been a grain of the precious metal hidden in 

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her soil. The first American school in California was duly opened on Monday, 
the 3d day of April, 1848. As this was a movement of great moment to the in- 
fant settlement, it is believed that the announcement of the school, as made by the" 
Trustees in the columns of the " California Star," will interest the reader suiW- 
ciently to warrant its introduction in this sketch. It was in the following form : 

"School. — The school to be kept in the public school house of San Francisco 
will commence on Monday, the third of April next, under the superintendence of 
Mr. Thomas Douglass, a graduate of Yale Cohege, Connecticut." 

"Mr. D. has had more than ten years' experience in the instruction of acade- 
mies and high schools in the States, and has in his possession testimonials iKMii 
the Trustees of those mstitutions which speak of him as a skillful and successl'ul 
teacher, and as well qualified for the business of his profession. The undersigned 
Trustees, therefore, cheerfully recommend his school to the patronage of the citi- 
zens of this town and vicinity, confident that he will do all in his power to impart 
a thorough education to pupils committed to his care." 

" The terms of tuition will be as follows :— 

For instruction in Reading, Writing, Spelling and Defining, and Geograpliy, 
$5,00 per quarter. In the above branches, with the addition of Mental and Practical 
Arithmetic, English Grammar and English Composition, |6,00 per quarter. In 
any or all of the above, together with Mental and Moral Science, Ancient and 
Modern History, Chemistry and Natural Philosophy, |j8,00 per quarter. In any 
or all the above branches, together with Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, As- 
tronomy, Surveying and Navigation, .'^10,00 per quarter. In any of the above, 
together with the Latin and Greek languages, $12,00." 

The great importance of this undertaking required that the teacher should 
have an adequate compensation. To meet the case, the Town Council adopted 
and published the following resolution : 

" Resolved, That not exceeding four hundred dollars be appropriated to the 
payment of the teacher of the public school in this place. Two hundred to be 
paid at the expiration of six months, and two hundred at the expiration of twelve 
months from the commencement of the school." 

In the appointment of this salary there Avas a degree of economy, and in the 
mode of disbursement a degree of caution, which we might look for in vain in the 
subsequent golden age of California. The conclusion is evident, however incredi- 
ble to the generation of gold seekers who soon followed, that the early settlers of 
San Francisco had some other designs in view than the rapid accumulation of 
wealth. 

This first American school on the Pacific coast south of Oregon, though found- 
ed apparently on a basis so safe and economical, had a short lived existence. In 
less than a year the gold excitement was to sweep over the country like a whirl- 
wind, and for a season to crush everything like intellectual and moral culture, 
substituting the one all-absorbing passion for the accumulation of wealth. 

Early in May, 1847, a public jneeting was held, and a committee appointed, for 
the purpose of organizing a religious congregation, and erecting a place of wor-i 
ship. j 

In the beginning of the same year there were about fifty houses, of all descrip4 
tions. The largest number were built of adobes. They were mostly small, lowi 
structures, consisting of one or two apartments, and were scattered about frorn; 
Broadway to Happy Valley. 



In one year from that time and prior to the discovery of gold, so rapid was the 
growth of the town that two hundred new houses had sprung up. Quite a num- 
ber of these primitive edifices are still standing, though most of them have been 
destroyed by the various conflagrations that have swept over the city. After every 
extensive fire the walls of these buildings were to be seen, standing in melancholy 
I loneliness in the midst of the desolation. 

In 1847, Broadway wharf was barely visible as a landing place, and some en- 
] terprising citizens undertook to extend it a few yards for the better accommoda- 
I tion of vessels. But the'disastrous eftects of the improvement on certain property 
in the neighborhood induced a petition to the authorities to prohibit its extension. 
Those worthy conservatives would have taken no notice of a scheme to extend it 
to half its present dimensions, regarding such a project as extravagant and ri- 
diculous. 

It appears that the early settlers were bent on reducing the town to the order 
and decorum of some Atlantic cities. Ordinances were passed in 1847, imposing a 
fine of five dollars on any person allowing hogs to run at large, and a fine of twenty 
dollars on any person discharging fire-arms within a mile of the public square. 
Complaints were even made in the newspapers against the practice of smoking 
cigars in the Magistrate's office and other public places. Since that remote era of 
primitive simplicity, the inhabitants of San Francisco have become perfectly 
inured to hogs, fire-arms and tobacco, in all their uses and applications. 

In January, 1847, an ordinance was published by Washington A. Bartlett, Chief 
Magistrate, directing that the name of " Yerba Buena," as applied to the town, be 
changed to " San Francisco," in all official communications and public documents, 
or records appertaining to the town. This was done to prevent confusion and 
mistakes in public documents, and that the town may have the advantage of the 
name given on the published maps. 

On the 13th of September, 1847, the first election was held for six members of 
Council. The number of votes polled was two hundred, which exceeded all pre- 
vious calculations. The following gentlemen had the honor of being the success- 
ful candidates : Wm. A. Liedsdorff", Edward P. Jones, Robert Parker, W. D. M. 
Howard, William Glover, and' William S. Clark. They held heir first meeting 
and entered on the duties of office on the 16th of the same month. 

"The Steamboat" made its experimental trip on the 15th of November in that 
year, performing a successful expedition around "Wood Island." This pioneer 
in steam navigation was a diminutive vessel whose name is not given. It at- 
tracted much attention by its novelty, and two days afterwards proceeded to Santa 
Clara. 

In April, 1847, a semi-monthly mail was established to San Diego and other 
southward points. On the 1st of April in the following year the " California Star 
Express" left by the overland route, after several months' trumpeting. This for- 
midable enterprise, the first regular conveyance to the States, was announced to 
go through ^s far as Independence, Mo. in sixty days. The postage on a letter 
was fifty cents. 

Early in 1848 a feverish excitement appears to have taken hold of the public 
mind, in regard to the supposed mineral treasures of the country. But it is wor- 



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ihy of remark that gold was the metal least thought of or talked of. The quick- 
silver mines near San Jose had long been known and worked. Other deposits of 
quicksilver ore were reported in all directions. Copper was discovered some- 
where, saltpetre and sulphur also, a quarry of limestone was opened, and coal had 
been found near San Francisco, which, however, had the unfortunate quality of be- 
ing incombustible. Silver also was said to have been discovered in various direc- 
tions. To this metal indeed, more than to any other, was expectation directed, 
and people seemed to have an idea that the land was underlaid with silver ore. 

The first discovery of gold was made near Sutter's Fort, thirty miles from Sac- 
ramento, or New Helvetia as it was then called, in December, 1847. But the 
stories told of it were too good to be credited. In March, however, the papers of 
San Francisco announced that " the quantity of gold taken from the mine recently 
found at New Helvetia was so great that it had become an article of traffic in that 
vicinity." In a short time the editors and others began to see the lumps of " pure 
virgin gold" with their ow?i eyes. The " yellow fever," as it was facetiously called, 
then broke forth with extreme violence, and carried off the population as rapidly 
as means of travel could be obtained. The " Star" of May 27th^, gave a most 
lugubrious article, dating the prosperity of the town from the occupation of the 
country by the United States, but averring that never within tlie last three years 
had it presented a less life-like, more barren appearance than at the present time. 
Stores were closed and houses left tenantless, the hum of industry silenced, and 
everything wore a desolate and sombre look, all being dull, monotonous and dead. 
Lawyers, merchants, grocers, carpenters, cartmen and cooks rushed in one motley 
assemblage to the mines. The few merchants who remained posted up on their 
stores the since familiar placard " Highest price paid here for California gold." — 
Such was the melancholy tone of the public press. " The unhappy consequences 
of this state of affairs," adds the editor, " are easily foreseen !" 

The " Star" of the 3d of June announced the death of its comrade, the " Cali- 
fornian," by the " prevailing fever," and declared its own existence threatened by 
the same epidemic, which had entered the printing office and even seized the 
" devil." Its forebodings proved to be true, as the " California Star" did not ap- 
pear above the horizon the next week. In six weeks the former paper was re- 
vived, and the Star rose again soon afterwards. The editor of the Californian, 
however, entered on his new life with serious misgivings, threatening in the first 
issue again to retreat to the mines if not sustained by the citizens. The two pa- 
pers were then united, and the joint concern finally took the name of the " Alta 
California." 

The temporary suspension of trade and business was soon followed by the most 
extraordinary activity. Adventurers from all nations, and merchandize of all kinds 
began to pour into the town, on the way to the mining region. Buildings that 
had been vacated were filled with newly arrived gold seekers, hurrying to the 
mines. Storehouses were in demand for mercantile purposes, and labor, which 
had been but one or two dollars a day prior to the discovery of gold, was not to be 
had at any price. Carpenters often refused fifteen and twenty dollars a day. 
Schools and churches were forgotten, and if public meetings were held, the object 
was to fix the value of gold dust, or to make plans for testing it. In August im- 



migrants began to arrive at the rate of five hundred a month. In the middle of 
Soptember the harbor was described as crowded with shipping, the wharves lined 
with goods and merchandize, and the streets filled with a busy throng. Fifty- 
persons, it was computed, spent the night without the cover of a roof. 

In the first two months of the golden age, the amount of precious dust brought 
into San Francisco was estimated at $250,000, and in the next two months, at 
$600,000. 

In September, 1848, an era took place in the history of the city and of the coun 
try. This was nothing less than the arrival of the first square-rigged vessel in 
the port — the brig Belfast, from New York, laden with a valuable cargo. She 
hauled up to Broadway wharf, the only wharf accessible to such a vessel, and 
there discharged. No sooner was she known to be landing her cargo than goods 
of all kinds fell twenty-five per cent., and real estate rose fifty per cent. A vacant 
lot on the corner of Washington and Montgomery streets, at that time bordering 
on the water, which had been offered for $5,000 and refused, sold readily the very 
next day for $10,000. 

The first brick building was erected at the corner of Montgomery and Clay 
streets, by Melius and Howard, in September, 1848. This was the second brick 
building in upper California, one having been previously erectr'd at Monterey. 

About this time a proposition was made to form a temperance society, and 
another to establish a lyceum. One of the newspapers, however, pronounced 
these schemes premature, and proposed to begin the work of bettering the condi- 
tion of society by opening a theatre. There was nevertheless some philanthropic 
and religious feeling buried in the hearts of the people, and seeking an opportunity 
for exercise. At a public meeting to fix a standard of value for gold dust, a project 
was started to establish a hospital for sick miners, of whom it was publicly de- 
clared that not less than eight had died in San Fraiicisco during the season. A 
public meeting for religious purposes was held in November, and it was resolved 
that something decisive ought to be done for the souls of the people. A proposi- 
tion was made to elect a "Chaplain for the City," which was concurred in with 
great unanimity, and the Rev. T. D. Hunt was then duly elected to the responsi- 
ble station of " Chaplain to the city of San Francisco," with a yearly salary of 
$2,500. 

At an election for Councilmen in October, 1848, 158 votes were polled ; at an 
election in December, the number of votes was 347 ; and at an election held in 
August, the year following, the city was able to poll 1519 votes. 

In October, 1848, the Town Council agreed to pay their clerk five dollars for 
every meeting at which he officiated. It had not been many months since the 
salary of the teacher of the public school was fixed at .$400 per annum, or a little 
over one dollar a day. 

On the 1st of December the same year, flour was sold at twenty-seven dollars 
a barrel, beef at twenty, pork at sixty ; butter at ninety cents a pound, and cheese 
at seventy cents. To show the fluctuating character of the market at that day, it 
may be added that on the 15th of the month, only two weeks later, flour sold at 
twelve to fifteen dollars a barrel, and other articles had fallen in proportion. The 

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all n:])ortant and indispensable article of brandy was eight dollars per gallon. 
Gold dust was $10,50 per ounce. 

In December, 184S, an important event transpired in the re opening of the pub- 
lic school, under the charge of Wm. H. Christian. Though it was announced as 
a " public" school, yet the terms of tuition were advertised at $8,00 a term. 

In November, 184S, when the people returned from the mines for the winter, 
rich with the precious metal, the effects of the gold discovery on San Francisco 
were most sensibly felt. Lots that had been purchased in the spring for from one 
hundred to two tliousand dollars, now ranged from one thousand to fifteen thousand. 
Buildings that had previously rented at from ten to twenty dollars per month 
were now taken with avidity at from twenty to one hundred dollars per month. 

By February, 1849, the population had increased to two thousand. The duties 
collected at the Custom House for the four quarters of 1848, were as follows : — 

First (iuarter, $11,931— Second Quarter, $8,835— Third Quarter, $74,827— 
Fourth Quarter, $100,480. 

The imports of merchandize during the year were about $1,000,000, and the 
importation of coin about the same amount, while the exports of gold dust for the 
last six months was $2,000,000, or something less than the quantity regularly ex- 
ported every two weeks, four years afterwards. 

The First fire was in .January, 1849 — the burning of the " Shades Hotel." In 
.lune, the ship Philadelphia was burnt in the harbor, as she was preparing to set 
sail for the Sandwich Islands. Both these conflagrations were the result of ac- 
cident. 

On the 1st Day of February, 1849, arrived the first steamship in the mail ser 
vic3 — the California. This important event, which was looked for with extreme 
interest, excited the utmost enthusiasm. She was received with salutes of can- 
non, and cheer on cheer of the enraptured citizens. 

The Public School appears to have passed through a series of vicissitudes in 
those days. We find that it was again revived in April, 1849, under the charge 
of Rev. Albert Williams. 

On the ISth of May, arrived the ship Grey Eagle, of Philadelphia, having made 
the passage in the remarkably short time of 117 days, including four days' stop- 
l)age at Valparaiso. Thus far it was the quickest passage, and it was not sur- 
passed for a long while. 

It was computed that the number of immigrants in the country by the begin- 
ning, of June tliat year was fifteen thousand, of whom the larger portion had dis- 
embarked at this port. Sixty-four vessels were in the harbor. In the month of 
July there arrived by sea 3G14 souls. Some idea of the rapid march of the coun- 
try in those times may be formed from the fact that on a single day, the 1st of July, 
there arrived 17 vessels, with 889 passengers. 

In August, 1849, the prices of some articles ranged as follows: Flour twelve to 
thirteen dollars a barrel ; pork eighteen dollars ; cheese forty cents per lb ; butter 
seventy-five cents ; lard ten ; oil one dollar per gallon. At this date the number 
of inhabitants was computed to be five thousand. The number of arrivals in the 
month was 3895, of whom 87 were females. In September the arrivals were 



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5802, including 122 females, and in October 4,000. The number of tons of ship- 
ping in port on the 30th of August, was 02,000, and in another moutli the amount 
was 94,000 tons. 

The Baptists built the first Protestant house of worship in California, and 
dedicated it on the 5th of August, 1849. It is the same building now used by 
them, standing in Washington street below Stockton. 

Central Wharf, whicli was commenced in July, was sufficiently built to be used 
in the latter part of the year. 

No small degree of commotion was produced by the launching of a little iron 
steamboat, in October. She left Central Wharf on an experimental trip, which 
proved entirely satisfactory, and she was placed on the route to Sacramento. On 
one of her first trips she brought a number of salmon from Sacramento, which 
sold readily at one dollar per pound. Some of the fishes brought the fine price 
of forty-five dollars. 

The steamboats McKim and Senator were shortly afterwards put on the same 
route. All these vessels were crowded with passengers, and it was a matter of 
heartfelt gratulation that the time of transit was reduced by them from seven days 
to seventeen hours ! In modern time seventeen hours would not be regarded as 
a remarkably short passage. The charge for fi'eight was forty dollars per ton to 
Sacramento. 

An election to adopt the Constitution and to choose State officers, was held on 
the 13th of November. The number of ballots cast was 31G9, of which five only 
Avere in the negative. 

The winter of 1849-50 was one of extraordinary rain. The rains commenced 
on the 2d of November, and continued almost daily for some time. On the night 
of the 6th November, it is said 12 inches fell : but this is almost incredible. The 
streets, however, became next to ipipassable. Montgomery street, from Jackson 
to California, was a perfect quagmire. The incidents of that winter are vividly 
recorded in the minds of those who then dwelt in the city. As the streets grew 
more and more swampy, they were paved with brushwood, and whatever of rub- 
bish and waste merchandise could be had. But layer after layer of these materials 
disappeared, and still the mud was unfathomable. Mules with teams swamped 
as a matter of course ; and even mules without teams, in several instances, floun- 
dered and sunk into the invisible world, in spite of heroic efforts to rescue them. 
In numerous instances, men perfectly sober, got into the sloughs in attempting to 
cross the streets, and would have suffered martyrdom had not assistance been at 
hand. Tradition tells of one person who actually disappeared under these cir- 
cumstances. The intersection of Clay and Montgomery streets being a principal 
thoroughfare, was the scene of many interesting and exciting incidents. To cross 
on foot became completely impossible, until a submerged footway was constructed 
with bags of beans, damaged rice, bundles of tobacco, and a general assortment of 
spare merchandise. Over this invisible bridge, experienced navigators might suc- 
ceed in making their way. But wo to the unskilled wayfarer, who in attempting 
the path, deviated from the subterranean line of march. In the dearth of business 
and amusements^ many citizens found agreeable employment in watching the pro- 



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gress of their" fellow-men through the difficulties of travel, and rendering assistance 
in desperate cases. New-comers often landed from shipboard, rigged in their Sun- 
day best, and with boots brightly polished, intending to strike the natives with 
surprise by such tokens of high civilization. But scarcely had they touched terra 
firma, when they made the deep discovery that terra iirma was not there ; and 
they were glad to get back to the ship, with the loss not only of Day ^ Martin's 
polish, but of the boots themselves, which they were constrained to leave deep 
buried in the streets of San Francisco ! 

It is cause of regret that the history of that winter has been left so much at the 
mercy of memory and tradition, and that exact observations of the quantity of rain 
were not recorded. To hear the eloquent narrations of the survivors, one might 
suppose that the windows of Heaven were kept steadily open, from the com- 
mencement to the end of the rainy season. The few exact records in our pos- 
session, published at the time in the newspapers, tell a different story. It appears 
that the rains set in regularly with a storm from the S. E. on the 13th of November, 
and terminated sometime in March, and that the number of days on which rain 
fell in that period was seventy-one. That is to say, just one-half the days during 
the rainy season were free from rain. Building operations were not entirely sus- 
pended. The brick building of Burgoyne cj* Co., and several other brick edifices 
were completed during the winter. 

On the 21st of February there was a considerable fall of hail, which remained 
on the ground for some hours, among the spring flowers that covered the hills. 

In those days, before the recent improvements in the delivery of letters, the Post 
Ofhce exhibited the most curious scenes on the arrival of the mails from the At- 
lantic States. People crowded by hundreds into the long lines, to march to the 
windows in quest of letters from home. Desperate efforts were made to secure a 
place near the window, in anticipation of the opening of the office. Men rose 
from their beds in the middle of the night for this purpose. It was a common 
practice to provide a chair, and hitch up, step by step, as the procession slowly 
advanced, and to while away the time, with cigars and other appliances. Persons | 
were exposed for hours to the most drenching rains, which they bore with heroic ; 
fortitude, rather than relinquish their post. Men of speculative views who ex- 
pected no letters, secured advanced places, and then sold them, sometimes for as , 
much as eight or ten dollars. || 

The most motly population in the world was then congregated in San Fran- 
cisco, and the capricious taste of the citizens in regard to dress served to add to 
the apparent diversity. Every man had his own standard of fashion, entirely in- 
depenent of the rest of the Avorld. A ludicrous account of their costumes was 
printed in the Alta California newspaper, referring to the short waisted frocks, the 
cut-aways, the high collars, the broad tailed and the sv/allow tailed dress coats^ 
the double breasted jackets, the surtouts, the bang-ups, the Spanish wrappers, the 
scrapes, the blankets, the bear skins — the boots, high topped and lov/ topped, fair 
topped, red topped and green topped, fisherman's boots and horseman's boots and 
miner's boots, brogans, gaiters and shoes of patent leather, calfskin and cowhide? 
There was also a maiwellous variety of hats, though the most popular was the Cal- 
I'ornia slouch, which had the virtue or pliancy and was convertible into a pillow. 



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a basin, a handkerchief or a basket, without injiuy to its substance or fomi. As 
the female population increased, the costume of the men began to appi-oach a 
more uniform standard, and now, even the slouch hat, which for a long while 
cleaved to the caputs of the old Californians, has given place to (rim and formal 
models from Broadway or Chestnut Street. 

In those days the humor of the people inclined them not in the slightest degree 
towards intellectual pursuits. From the multitudes of gambling and drinking 
houses, and the crowds that filled them, one might infer without sinning violently 
against truth, that drinking was a universal habit, and that gambling was the 
regular occupation of one half of the people, and the nightly diversion of the other 
half. In the progress of civiUzation and refinement, during the winter aforesaid, 
two theatres were kept in operation, and a portion of the citizens began to amuse 
themselves with concerts, balls, dinner parties, and military suppers. 

In the winter aforesaid, Happy Valley began to figure in the world's history, 
and discussions were had in the papers as to the rightful claimant of the honor 
attached to giving it that name. " The Mission" also began to attract notice, 
and when, in the movement for the incorporation of the city, it was proposed to 
extend the city limits to embrace the Mission, sundry anti-annexation meetings 
were held by the denizens of that region, and a formidable opposition of a gaseous 
and ineffectual character was made to the union. 

The first rush homeward took place in this winter. Driven from the mines by 
the weather, many of the most fortunate adventurers, and not a few of the most 
unfortunate, looked with longing hearts towards the father-land. All the tickets 
for the Steamers being taken, extraordinary prices were offered for them. For a 
steerage ticket, the original cost of which was $150, as much as $450 was fre- 
quently given. 

The first of the series of calamitous conflagrations that have marked the history 
of the city, broke out on the 24th of December, 1849, about 6 o'clock, A M. It 
commenced in an upper story of Dennison's Exchange, on the East of the Plaza, 
about where Kearny is intersected by Merchant street. From this point it spread 
down Washington street nearly to Montgomery, and also towards Clay street, 
destroying most of the houses in the block, which had beein built up from street 
to street, with the exception of a portion of Clay street. Nearly 50 houses and 
stoies were consumed, and the destruction of property was estimated at a million 
of dollars. The fire of November, 1852, broke out almost on the same spot, and 
burnt over a portion of the same ground, but with less destruction of property. 

Early in 1850, an express wagon made its appearance in the streets. In March 
the pioneer milk wagon awakened certain agreeable emotions in many minds. 
There was also some excitement created by a threatened reduction of the price of 
washing — from six to four dollars a dozen. 

A curious incident transpired in January, 1850, which was nothing less than the 
public sale of three females from Sidney, to pay their passage to this port. The 
transaction occurred near Clark's Point. They were sold for five months, at fif- 
teen dollars each ; the captain pocketing the money with entire satisfaction. 

In March, 1850, was formed the " Strangers' Benevolent Society," for the reUef 
of the indigent sick from all parts of the world. 

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From the 12th of April, 1849, to the 29th of January, 1850, a period of a little 
over nine months, there arrived by sea at San Francisco 39.888 immigrants, of 
whom 1421 were females. Of 805 vessels from which they landed, 487 were 
American, and 318 foreign. In the year ending April 15, 1850, there arrived 
62,000 passengers, 2,000 of whom were females. The nmnber of vessels convey- 
ing them was 695 American, and 418 foreign. 

The winter of 1849 — 50 witnessed the first step towards the formation of the 
present enormous debt of the city. The expenditures for December were $135,000 
and the receipts $175,000, leaving a balance m the treasury of $40,000. In Jan- 
uary and February the expenditures were $201,000 and the receipts only $137,000, 
leaving a deficit of $24,000, which was the nucleus of the present debt. Two 
thirds of the receipts above mentioned were from the sale of city lots. The debt 
then begun, increased rapidly, and in little more than a year reached the enormous 
sum of $1,000,000.. When the treasury became exhausted scrip was issued, bear- 
ing interest at three per cent, per month. The credit of the city growing worse 
and worse, the scrip depreciated until it would not command over one-third of its 
nominal value. Persons having claims against the city drew up bills for two or 
three times the amount of the claim, so that they might realize, from the sale of 
the scrip received in payment, the full amount of the debt in cash. Thus, a 
tradesman furnishing a thousand dollars' worth of supplies to the hospital, would 
present his bill for three thousand and receive that amount in scrip, bearing inte- 
rest at the rate of thirty-six per cent, per annum. When the d^bt was funded and 
converted into ten per cent, bonds, he received bonds equal to the amount of the 
scrip and interest ; that is to say, if the scrip had run six months the city paid 
him $3540 in bonds, with an annual interest of $354, or more than one-third the 
original debt ! A more extraordinary specimen of financiering can scarcely be 
conceived. 

In the course of the year 1850, the principal streets were graded and laid with 
planks. Commercial street, from Montgomery to Kearny, was first completed. 
Anticipating another winter like the past, the preparation of the streets was hast- 
ened as the autumn advanced, and when the season for rain arrived, the chief 
thoroughfares were efiectually covered with wood. The winter, however, brought 
but little rain, and the fires of May and June following, destroyed a large portion 
of the costly expenditure, which had added largely to the debt of the city 

After introducing the subject, it would not be right to pass without commenda- 
tory notice, the arrangements finally adopted to redeem the credit of the city, and 
to pay off" the million-and-a-half of debt. The funding of the debt, and the issuing 
of bonds bearing interest at 10 per cent, per annum, has already been mentioned. 
The bonds were made payable in twenty years, and provision was made to re- 
deem a portion annually, in the mean time. The citizens co-operated earnestly 
in the movement, and submitted cheerfully to the imposition of a heavy tax for 
the purpose. The credit of the city was at once restored, and the bonds rapidly 
appreciated to their par value. The transition from utter and almost hopeless 
bankruptcy, to a basis of secure and permanent credit, and that too, after the dis- 
astrous fires of May and June. 1850, and the still more ruinous conflagrations of 
May and June, 1851, which laid the city in ashes a second time, was rapid and 



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extraordinary, exhibiting a degree of energy and courage rarely met with in the 
history of municipal governments. 

In the spring of 1850, there were three daily newspapers published in the city, 
the " Alta California," the " Pacific News," and the " Journal of Commerce," all 
dailies. To these were added, during the year, the " Evening Picayune," the 
" Herald," and the " Conrier." 

As the increase and prosperity of San Francisco are closely associated with the 
progress of improvement in the entire Pacific region, it may be well to add the list 
of papers published at the same date in other parts. ■ They were as follows : 

California — " The Placer Times," published weekly, at Sacramento. 

Oregon — " The Oregon Spectator," semi-monthly. 

New Grenada — " The Panama Echo," weekly ; and " The Panama Star," 
occasionally. 

Valparaiso — " The Neighbor," and " The Mercantile Reporter ;" both monthly. 

Sandwich Islands — "The Honolulu Times," weekly ; "The Friend," monthly; 
and " The Polynesian," monthly. 

Navigators' Islands — "TheSamoan Reporter," twice a year. 

In less than a year afterwards, there were eight daily papers existing in San 
Francisco, and a number of others, at Sacramento, and other settlements in 
California. 

In the spring and summer of 1850, the citizens found considerable entertainment 
in holding public meetings on the Plaza, to protest against various proceedings of 
the city authorities.' Speeches were delivered, committees appointed, and every 
conceivable effort made short of actual violence, and even that was threatened by 
some. But though the population appeared almost unanimous in these movements, 
it would seem that those in authority pressed onward to the accomplishment of 
their purposes, with a degree of energy and determination characteristic of the 
people of California. 

The first election under the City Charter was in April, 1850, when upwards 
of four thousend votes were given. John W. Geary was chosen Mayor, and Frank 
Tilford, Recorder. 

The second great fire was on Saturday, the 4th of May, 1850. It commenced 
at four o'clock in the morning, in the United States Exchange, a drinking and 
gambling house, on the east side of the Plaza — almost the identical spot where 
the first fire originated. The entire block between Kearny, Clay, Montgomery 
and Washington streets was destroyed, with the exception of Dubois' Banking 
House and Burgoyne <fc Co.'s. North of Washington street, the fire extended from 
Montgomery to Dupont, destroying both the aijoining blocks, except a row of 
buildings on Jackson above Montgomery. Three hundred houses were destroy- 
ed, and property valued at from three to four millions of dollars. It was only by 
blowing up a number of buildings that the destruction was confined to those lim- 
its. One life was lost, and several persons were injured by fire-arms which ex- 
ploded in the burning houses. This fire was generally believed to have been 
caused by incendiaries, and large rewards were offered for their apprehension, but 
as usual, without success. On the day after the conflagration, a party of laborers 



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applied to the Mayor for compensation for services, which he decHned paying, as 
they had not been employed by liim or by the authorities. This so incensed them 
that a riot well nigh ensued. Such villainous rapacity deserves the severest rep- 
rehension. Men who will not assist their fellow citizens without compensation, 
on an occasion of public calamity, are scarcely one degree superior to the wretches 
who would cause the calamity. 

The work of rebuilding was carried on with great activity, and in a few weeks 
the burnt district had given place to a new city. On Friday, the 14th of June^ 
came the third great fire. It began in the Sacramento House, on the east side of ' 
Kearny street, between Clay and Sacramento streets, about eight o'clock in the 
forenoon. The wind being high, the flames spread rapidly towards the bay, 
sweeping the entire space, two fall blocks in width, between Clay and California 
streets, to the water's edge, which was then part of a block below Montgomery 
street. Three hundred houses, and three millions of property were destroyed. 
This fire was acknowledged to be the result of accident or carelessness, connected 
with a stove pipe. 

Hitherto nothing effectual had been accomplished to secure the city against the 
ravages of fire. But now the most vigorous efforts were set on foot, consisting of 
the organization of fire companies, and the construction of wells and reservoirs. 
Blany brick buildings were erected, and Montgomery street, from Washington to 
Sacramento, on the west side, was built up almost entirely with substantial brick 
structures, intended to be fire-proof. 

During this summer the city began to stretch out into the bay. The houses 
were built on piles, and no attention was paid to filling in. As late as Septem- 
ber, goods from ship board were landed at high water, by lightersy in the store- 
houses on the east side of Montgomery street, near Jackson. When the tide favor- 
ed their operations, the sounds of labor and the voices of the workmen were heard 
all night along the margin of the bay. 

Vessels from all parts of the world continued to crowd into the harbor Weighted 
with passengers and merchandise. The bay was filled with noble sliips of all 
nations, and the storehouses were crammed to their utmost capacity. Unce arri- 
ving in port, it was next to impossible to get away ; for the crews almost invaria-' 
bly desQTted the first chance, and rushed to the mines. Many of the vessels were; 
dragged at high water into favorable situations and grounded, to be convested into 
storehouses. One of these, the Niantic, was converted into a large hotel, which 
took the name of the ship. It was burnt, together with many others, in the fire 
of Blay following. 

In July, 1850, there were seven churches in the city, viz : 

The First Baptist Church, Washington street, near Stockton ; The First Con- 
gregational Church, corner of Jackson and Virginia streets ; The First Presby- 
terian Church, occupying the superior court room, city hall ; Trinity Episcopal 
Church, corner Jackson and Powell streets; Grace Church, corner Powell and 
Jackson streets ; The Methodist Episcopal Church, Powell street, near Washing- 
ton ; and the Catholic Church, Vallejo street, near Dupont. 

On the 29th of August, the death of President Taylor was commemorated by a 
iuneral procession : one remarkable feature of which was the appearance in the 



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procession of a largo body of Chinese, in national costnme. It was probably the 
first procession ever witnessed in the limits of Christendom, of which that cm-ious 
people formed a prominent portion. From that time to the present, they have 
taken the same interest in all such public proceedings — several hundred of them 
at one time, sharing in our national demonstrations, with the banners, music, and 
other arrangements peculiar to themselves. And they have invariably proved to 
be, as a people, docile, sober and orderly, thus exhibiting the proper traits of good 
citizenship. Since that time, however, they are becoming more civilized and re- 
fined, by constant intercourse with the white population, and many have added 
drinking and gambling to their accomplishments. 

On the morning of Sept. 17th, 1850, occurred the fourth great fire. It originated 
before day, in the Philadelphia House, a drinking establishment on the north side 
of Jackson street, between Kearny and Dupont. Though the air was calm, it 
spread with amazing rapidity among amass of wooden buildings, crowded together, 
and ended by sweeping over almost the entire space bounded by Pacific, Mont- 
gomery, Washington and Dupont streets. There were no brick buildings to arrest 
its progress. About 150 houses were destroyed, and nearly half a million of pro- 
perty. This fire was by some persons attributed to design, but it was most 
probably caused by the carelessness of a drunken lodger. So rapid was its out- 
break, that several persons lodging in the adjoining house, were glad to escape 
with only a single garmeiii. ^ 

On the 18th of October,, 1850, the steamship Oregon arrived from Panama, 
bringing the glad tidings of the admission of California into the Union, which 
threw the citizens into a (Jelirium of joy. The most extravagant exhibibitions 
of delight were manifested through the evening and night, and public buildings, 
hotels, and many private houses were brilliantly illuminated. The admission 
was formally celebrated on the 30th of the month, by a grand procession, in which, 
as usual. Chinamen formed one of the most striking features — an oration on the 
Plaza, and a universal ball in the evening. 

On the 29th of October, the steamboat Sagamore exploded, while leaving the 
wharf for Stockton, killing some thirty or forty persons. 

Early on the morning of the 31st, a building adjoining the City Hospital, at the 
head of Clay street, was fired by an incendiary, and both those buildings destroy- 
ed. The hospital, then owned by Dr. Peter Smith, was filled with patients, many 
of whom were saved from the flames only by the most strenuous efforts of the fire- 
men and citizens. Several of the patients were badly burnt before they could ba 
rescued. 

In October of this year. Malignant Cholera made its appearance, and reached 
its height in the latter part of November, the greatest number of deaths in one day 
not, at any time, exceeding ten or twelve. A Cholera Hospital was opened in 
Broadway above Dupont street, and the most vigorous measures were adopted by 
the Board of Health to cleanse and purify the city. After a very lenient visitation, 
the scourge disappeared from our midst about the end of the year. 

On the evening of the 14th of December, a fire broke out in an iron building 
in Sacramento street, below Montgomery, and destroyed several large store-houses, 



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and property valued at 1,000,000 dollars. By the arduous efforts of the firemen and 
citizens, it was prevented from spreading in that rich and crowded district. 

The winter of 1850-51 was remarkably dry, scarcely any rain falling. It was 
the very reverse of the winter preceding. Extensive preparations had been made 
against wet, the principal streets being nicely covered with plank, and the roofs 
of storehouses secured from leakage. The " Old Californians " got .their long 
boots in readiness, but, though they mounted them every foggy morning, and 
strode through the streets in defiance of weather, the rain did not come. The sky 
was mostly cloudless, and the air mild and balmy. 

The constant and long continued inpouring of merchandise, from all quarters 
of the world, had by this time filled the market to repletion. In all parts of the 
State the storehouses were crammed with goods. There followed in the spring of 
1851, a great depression of trade, with prices extremely low. Goods sold at auc- 
tion were mostly sacrificed, in many cases not bringing the first cost. This state 
of things continued till the importations had greatly diminished in the latter part 
of the year, and the stock had been reduced by consum])tion and by fire. Coal 
sold as low as eight dollars a ton, flour ten dollars a barrel, and clothing was cheaper 
than in the Atlantic cities. 

At the second election under the City Charter, in April, 1851, the votes were 
something over 5,920. C. J. Brenham was chosen Mayor, and R. H. Waller, Re- 
corder. 

The streets being now in good order, an enterprise was set on foot to light them 
at night. Lamps were placed in Montgomery street, by which that street was 
handsomely illuminated in the evening, and the work was going forward in other 
streets, until it was arrested by another fire. 

Of all the conflagrations that have visited the city with ruin and devastation, 
that of May 1851, was by far the most important, both in regard to the loss of pro- 
perty and the loss of life. It broke out on the evening of Saturday, the 3rd of the 
month, about 11 o'clock, in the upholstery establishment of Baker & Messerve 
situated on the south of the Plaza, adjoining the site of the present Post Ofiice 
building. A high wind was blowing from the west, and the flames soon began to 
spread towards the bay, with astonishing rapidity, extending at the same time 
northward and southward. The most desperate eflbrts to stay the fiery torrent 
were utterly powerless. The scene was awfully grand, beyond the force of lan- 
guage to express. All night the fire continued to rage and to spread, until the 
morning sun rose on a city in ruins. The very heart of the city, the centre of 
trade and business, was eaten out, leaving little else than the sparsely built out- 
skirts. Innnense stores of valuable merchandize, filled nearly all the buildings in 
the track of the element. From l^earny to Battery street, and from California to 
Pacific, scarcely a house was left. The substantial brick and iron structures, in 
tended to be fire-proof, melted away before the avalanche of flame. Fifteen en- 
tire blocks were consumed, besides parts of several others. The extreme limits on 
the north and south were Broadway and Pine streets. But five of the brick build- 
ings on Montgomery street were left, and ten or twelve in oth(3r localities. Six 
persons were in the iron building of Taafle <fc McCahill, on the corner of Sacra- 



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meiito and Montgomery streets, attempting to save it, when it took fire. They 
were unable to force open th^ doors, and all perished in the flames. Quite a num- 
ber of lives were lost in other parts, and many persons were badly burnt in rush- 
ing through the llames to make their escape. Three men were subsequently 
crushed to death by the falling of a wall in Montgomery street. Upwards of one 
thousand houses were consumed, mostly large store houses, filled with valuable 
merchandize. The amount of property destroyed was variously estimated at 
from seven to twelve millions of dollars. This fire, though by some ascribed, as. 
usual, to design, is now generally charged to accident or carelessness. 

On the morning of the 22d of June wa^ the sixth great fire, which commenced 
about 11 o'clock, in Pacific street below Powell, during a high gale of wind from 
the west. It extended from Broadway on one sid^ to Washington on the other, 
crossing the latter street below Kearny, and reaching to Clay. Its eastern limit 
was Montgomery street. A portion of this district had just been rebuilt. Four 
or five hundred houses weie burnt, the larger proportion of which were small 
wooden tenements. Among the larger buildings destroyed were the City Hall, 
on the corner of Pacific and Kearny streets, the City Hospital, the Presbyterian 
Church in Stockton street, the Alta California printing office, and the Jenny Lind 
Theatre. The old adobe building on the plaza, lately occupied as offices, also 
succumbed to this fire. It was formerly used as the Government House, and con- 
tinued to be employed for public uses, after the occupancy of the country by the 
Americans. It was once a favorite resort of large flocks of bldck birds, which re- 
tired to the Presidio on the increase of the human population. The last impor- 
tant event witnessed by the old adobe was the hanging of Jenkins by the Vigi- 
lance Committee, from the beam at the end of its portico, on the night of the 10th 
of June. 

The fire of June destroyed about four hundred and fifty houses, and property 
valued at over two million dollars. Seven persons lost their lives — three of whom 
were burnt to death, two were shot by an officer while in the act of robbing, and 
two were beaten to death by a mob, on the charge of incendiarism and stealing. 
One of the latter was an honest man who was assisting a friend to save his 
property. 

The extraordinary energies of the people were fully developed by these ruinous 
visitations. In a surprisingly brief period the burnt district was covered with new 
edifices, many of which were really fire-proof The efficacy of such buildings 
was fully tested in the last fire, which occurred on the ninth of November, 1852, 
originating on the fatal spot which had already given rise to two conflagrations — 
Kearny street fronting the plaza. But for the intervention of the brick walls 
which hemmed it in towards Montgomery and Washington streets, this wonld 
have proved as destructive as the former fires. About thirty wooden buildings 
were destroyed on Merchant and Clay streets, with a loss of property not much 
exceeding $100,000. 

In the summer of 1851, the work of filling in the docks was carried c«i with 
great activity. The wharves had stretched out a great distance into the Bay, and 
hundreds of wooden buildings had been erected on piles, in places lately occupied 



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by shipping. A steam excavator^ better known as the " Steam Paddy," was set 
to work on the sand hills in Happy Valley, back oif the Oriental Hotel, and the 
cars, laden with sand, ran on a railroad of descending grade along Battery street, 
depositing their freight from California to Clay street. The stagnant water which 
accumulated in the docks above the newly formed streets, became very offensive, 
giving rise to immense quantities of sulphuretted hydrogen gas, which blackened 
the painted signs along Sansome and Battery streets so as to render many of them 
nearly illegible. 

The first brick edifice constructed on the newly made soil, was the American 
Theatre, in Sansome, south of Sacramento street. The sub-stratum on which the 
sand had been deposited, consisting of soft, yielding mud, many doubts were ex- 
pressed as to the safety of the building. On the night of its opening, it was crowd- 
ed with people, whose weight occasioned the walls to sink one or two inches. But 
as the building stood firm, encouragement was given to proceed, and in a short 
time the foundations of many substantial brick storehouses were laid in the artifi- 
cial soil. By the summer of 1852, the bay section of the city was studded over 
with storehouses of solid masonry, which would have done credit to any city in 
the world. At the same time, similar buildings were erected in other quarters, pre- 
senting effectual barriers against the recurrence of such conflagrations as those of 
May and June, 1851. 

Meantime, Front and Davis streets had been laid out and partly built. Cali- 
fornia and Market streets were run out far beyond their intersection, the sand " 
hills of Happy Valley were literally almost leveled and cast into the sea, and the 
rocky hills at Clark's point rent to pieces and subjected to the same fate. Foun- 
dries and workshops lined the bay shore to Rincon point, the heights at the point 
began to exhibit spacious brick edifices, and the city was rapidly taking possession 
of the other heights on the north and west. In fact, the year 1852 witnessed a 
greater progress in the substantial and permanent improvement of the city, than 
any previous year. • -. ^ 

£^^ The first City Directory was published by Charles P. Kimball, in Septem- 
ber, 1850, in the form of a duodecimo pamphlet of 140 pages, containing about i 
2,500 names. The present Directory contains 9,000 names. The houses have 
been recently numbered, the numbers commencing at Market street, in the 
streets running north and south, and at the water front in the streets running 
east and west. The even numbers are on the east and north sides, and the 
odd numbers on the west and south sides. The numbers on each side of any; 
street correspond with each other — that is to say, No. 160 and 161 Clay street 
are about opposite, and so of other numbers and streets. Twenty-three feet 
eleven inches, or one-fourth of fifty varas, are allowed to each number. — For 
further information on this subject, the reader is referred to the Street Direc- 
tory, at the head of the Appendix. 



CONTENTS, 



Advertisements. 

Title Page. 

Preface. 

Sketch of San Francisco. 

Table of Contents. 

Almanac. 

Map. 

Vignette. 

Names. 

Supplement. 

Index. 

Appendix. 

Advertisements. 



ALMANAC FOR 1852, '53. 



NOVEMBER lias 30 Dayn. 



DECEMBKR has 31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 
Last Quarter, 4th day, 7h.21iii. uveiiini,'. 
New Moon, lllh Uny, llli. 2Iin. inorniiig. 
First Quarter, IStU day, 9h. 7in. morning. 
Full Moou, 2^111 day, Ih. Sim. eviiniii u;. 



MOON'S PHASES. 
Liist Qunrter, 4th day, 7h. 2m. morning. 
Now Moon, lOlh day, lOli. 12m. evening. 
First Quurlcr. 18th day, 3h. Itlm morning. 
Full Moou, 2Gth day, 7h. 50m. morning. 



Week. 



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Tuesday 
Wednesday 
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Friday 
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MISCELLANEOUS. 



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Would respectfully inform 
thoir friends 

In the Trade 

and the public, that their 

ESTABLISAMENT 

SAN rRANCISCO! 

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present greatly increased 

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JAIVUARY has 31 Days. 



FEBRUARY has 28 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 
Last Quarter, 2d day, 4h. 47in. evening. 
New Moon, 9th day, .lOh. 46m. morniug. 
First Quarter, 17tb, day Oh. 22m. morning, 
Full Moon, 25th day. Oh. 36m. morning 



MOON'S PHASES. 
Last Quarter, 1st day. Oh. 54m. morning. 
New Moon, 8th day, Oh. 27m. morning. 
First Quarter, 15lh day, lOh. 5m. evening. 
Full Moon, 23d day, 2h. 17m. evening. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Dealers in Cheap Lilcra'.ure 



Agents, Postmasters, etc. 



1 Saturday 

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3 .Monday 
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badie Jose, laborer, Clarks point 
badie Louis, barber, 1 09 Commercial 
bbott John, laborer, 121 Pine 
bbott J. L. laborer, 19 Battery 
bbott Wm. laborer, 47 Pine 
bby Davis, boards, 180 Sansome 
beil A. G. overseer pub bgs 137 Mont 
brams Morris, tailor, 115 Jackson 
.brams M. & co. mer tailors, 200 Keary 
braham J. watchmaker, 59 Keaniy 
braham*J. clothier, 85 Commercial 
braham P. clothing, 108 Commercial 
Lbraham P. & co. clothing, 108 Com'l 
ibrahanson Peter, tinman, 139 Kearny 
ibran J. clothier, 83 Commercial 
Lbran J. & co. clothiers, 83 Com'l 
Lchette Henri, Belgian consul, 373 Powel 
^cheong, laundr}^, 124 Sacramento 
Ichoy, Chinese mercht, 171 Dupont 
\.cker R. baker, Beale n Folsom 
^ckerman John, contractor, 112 Mont 
A^ckley J. T. stoves, 88 Clay 
A.ckley & CO. stoves, 88 Clay 
A.costa N. P. laborer, Cla.iks point 
A.dalbert Mde, actress, 331 Stockton 
Adams A. L. merchant, 35 Pine 
Adams B. merchant, boards 29 Pike 
Adams B. T. 180 Sansome 
Adams Caleb, boards, 180 Sansome 



AdanJS L. carman, 62 Front, 
Adams Paul, grocer, 7 Battery 
Adams R. B. printer, 272 Montgomery 
Adams Samuel, druggist, 222 Clay 
Adams T. blacksmith, 15 Broadway 
Adams Theo. contractor, 91 Jackson, h 

333 Powell 
Adams Wm H. boards 180 Sansome 
Adams & co. Express, 99 Montgomery 
Adams & Smiley, architects and builders 

91 Jackson 
Adelphi Theatre, Dupont n Clay 
Adelsdorfifer Jacob, waiter, 59 Kear 
Adelsdorfer Z. com merchant, 113 Sac 
Adelsdorfer Jos. merchant, 131 California 
Adelsdorfer Ed merchant, 131 California 
Adelsdorfer Bro. com merchants, 131 Cal 
Adelsdorfer & Newstadter, com merch'ts 
- 113 Sacramento 
Adelsdorfer Jacob, waiter, 59 Kearny 
Aders F. liquors, 70 Battery 
Adley H. Painter, 313 Powell 
Adorns M. laborer, Clarks point 
Adolf Jacob, laundry, 394 Powell 
Adour Tules, clerk,''l47 Clay 
Adorf R. groceries, 109 Kearny 
Adrain Wm ship chandl'}'-, 89 Front 
Adrian & Story, ship chand'ly, 89 Front 
j Afau, China goods, 176 Sacramento 



Adams G. Frank, banker, cor long w &San Agnew J. printer, 127 Sacramento 



Adams Frank, merchant, 129 Jackson 
Adams J. waiter, 112 Montgomery 
Adams H. foundry man, 69 First 
Adams J. blacksmith, 91 Kearny 
Adams James, poUceman, 244 Dupont 
Adams Joseph, Guager, 347 Stockton 



Agnew John, mechanic, 134 Montgomery 
I Agnew Samuel, blacksmith, 129 Clay 
\ Ah Kan, Chinese merchant, 182 Sac 
j Ahoy, laundry, 165 Sansome 
I Aiken George, H B M consul, 104 Front 
I Aiken Jas. market, 184 Sansome 
Adams Jos. hquors. Battery, Clarks'pointj Aiken Jas. market, 104 Pacific 
Adams Jas. Jr, guager, basement cus h j Aikken Sam. boiler maker, Vul. Foundry 
Adams J. H. soda water manufacter, 384 Aitken Joseph, merchant, 67 California 
Stockton I Aitken Stilwell & co. com mer. 67 Cal 



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Aimer Robert, grocers, Vallejo n Stockn i 
Ainsa Augustin, 64 Sac 
Ainsa Manuel, sen. ()4 Sacramento 1 

Ainsa Manuel, jr. 64 Sacramento j 

Ainsa & Sons, com mercli, 64 Sacramento : 
Aki, China merchant, 180 Sacramento j 
Akerson James, labor*, 161 Sansome | 
Albion Saloon, 52 Broadway I 

Albright H. J. clerk, 85 Sansome ! 

Alden D. hack driver, 73 Kearney 
Alden D. W. blacksmith, 31 Sansome 
Alden S. E. coifee saloo||. 76 Com 
Alderman capt Jas. h Beale n Harrison 
Aldrich Lorena, dress maker, 242 Clay 
Aldrich E. S. physician, 99 Merchant 
Aldrich & Mott, physicians, 99 Merchant 
Aldridge Hugh, mason, Sidney valley 
Alexander Caroline, saloon, 121 Kearney | 
Alexander D. cigar importer, 72 Battery 
Alexander M. clothing, 55^ Pacific 
Alexander M. fancy goods, 78 Kearney 
Alexander EU, fancy goods, 78 Kearney 
Alexander Isaac, jeweller, 130 Mont 
Alexander Julius, clothing, 65J Pacific 
Alexander J. D. engineer, 142 Com 
Alexander & co. clothing, 651 Pacific 
Alexander & Friedman, cigars, 72 Bat 
Alers A. drugs, 223 Dupont 
Algro Thos. painter, 98 Broadway 
Allaire F. R. real estate, Rin pt n Beale 
Allan Geo. T. com merchant 145 Clay 
Allan, McKinlay, Lowe k co. 145 Clay 
AUcot Geo. B. 53 Com 
Allen A. S. billiards, 108 Montgomery 
Allen B. commission merchant, 278 Jack 
Allen E. carpenter, 27 Sansome 
Allen H. A. ag't V. I. L. bds 6 Battery 
Allen Isaac, (col'd) cook, 152 Pacific 
Allen Jas. Rincon Pomt 
Allen J. P. merchant, 55 Front 
Allen James P. clerk, 66 Battery 
Allen S. H. merchandize broker, 172 San 
Allen Rob't. Maj. Q. M. U. S. A. 49 Pac 
Allen William, teamster, 205 Mont 
Allen William, Rincon Point. 
Allen & Parker, biUiards, 108 Mont 
AUers A. & co. druggists, 223 Dupont 
Alley T. H. laborer, 52 Broadway 
Allford A. S. 90 Pine 
Allovon G. D. 277 Jackson 
Allin S. N. painter, 44 Sansome 
Allien Ber'd, examiner, app store, 102 Cal 
Allington B. jr. stone cutter, 221 Stock 
Ali, Chinese boarding house, 182 Pacific 



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Almy M. B. clerk, 65 Jack 
Almy A. J. drugs, 125 Sansome 
Alney J. drayman, 41 Sansome 
Alsop & CO. merchants, 111 & 113 Cal 
Alsua M. 138 Jack 

Alta Foundry, Market Square, facing Bi 
Alta Newspaper, Brenhan Place, c Was 
Alvesa Josepha, liquors, 167 Jackson 
Amasy H. J. lumber, 27 Battery 
Ambrose G. clerk, 41 Pacific 
Ames D. furniture, 145 Sacramento 
Ames Geo. H. clerk, 163 Front 
Ames HenrVj stevedore, Minna n First 
American Theatre, Sansome c Halleck 
Amory C. G. sail maker, 57 Front 
Amory Peter, laborer, Sidney Valley 
Amory Wm. H. pressman, 88 Broadway 
Amory & Oat, sail loft, 57 Front 
Amos Zach. furniture, 25 Bush 
Amos Wm. pilot office, Cunningham's 

Wharf 
Amos & CO. furniture, 25 Bush 
Andariese Ed. auctioiieer, 92 Sansome 
Anderson A. asso. justice, supreme court 
Anderson Chas. mason, 112 Momt 
Anderson Chas. (col'd) barber, 89 Keai 
Anderson David, 137 California 
Anderson Edward, lodgers, 186 Sansome 
Anderson J. ship carpenter, 61 First 
Anderson John, banker, 118 Mont 
Anderson James, laborer, 15 Sansome 
Anderson S. G. importer liquors, 85 San 
Anderson Wm. blacksmith, 89 Pine 
Anderson Wm. stone yard, 121 Pine 
Anderson Wm H. blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Anderson S. G. & co. imps Hqrs, 85 San 
AndreAvs A. printer, 186 Montgomery 
Andrews C. B. stone yard, 121 Pine 
Andrews Henry, laborer, Sidney Valley 
Andrews John, painter, 45^ Pine 
Andrews Wm. stone yard, 121 Pine 
Andrews & co. Pioneer Stone Yard, 1211 

Pine 
Andornette J. grocer, 224 Kearney 
Andunse Placide, saloon, 209^- Dupont 
Angelis E. roofer, 392 Powell 
Anger St. B. cigars, 122 California 
Angle M. B. physician, 200 Clay 
Angney W. C. trader, 274 Stockton 
Annan W. C. merchant, 88 California 
Annan, Talmage & co. com merchants, 

89S Powell 
Annis Wm. merchant, 16 Battery 
Annis, Craig & co. com mers, 16 Battery 



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Ansteen Jos. laborer, Sidney Valley 
A.nson J. boarding, Battery, Clark's Pt 
A.nshel L. tailor, Cunningham's Wharf 
Anthony Chas. J. carpenter, Sid A^'alley 
Anthony J. imp, 72 Pacific 
Appelatillo C. saloon, 350 Stockton 

ipple A. clothing, 29 Commercial 
Apple A. clothing, 14 Com 
Appleton G. clerk, Harrison n Beale 
Appleton P. 211 Clay 
Appraiser's Store, (U. S.) 100 k 102 Cal 
Arand J. laborer, 213 Dupont 
Archer Charles, carpenter, 26 Front 
Archer H. stone cutter, 121 Pine 
Archer L. G. cigars, 34 Commercial 
Archer J. H. hatter, 179 Clay 
Archer Sam'l, waiter, 112 Montgomery 
Archer & Schaefier, cigars, 34 Com 
Arrowsmith D. B. mer. Miss'n, cor. of 2nd 
Arrowsmith D. B. com. mer. 6.5 Davis 
[Arroyo Jose, artiste, 300 Stockton 
Argenti Felix, banker, 135 Montgomery 
Argenti & Co. bankers, 135 Mont. 
Argjras & Peat, com "merchs, 128 San 
Armer William, cigars, 152 Mont. 
Armstrong Irvine, liquors, 129 Front 
Armstrong William M. 161 Front 
Armstrong W. clerk, 33 Sansome 
Armstrong W. clerk, P. (). 
Armington Henry, carman, 41 Sansome 
Arnold F. machinist, 31 Pike 
Arnold J. Wash. Baths, 180 Wash'n 
Arnold Wm. P. laborer, Sid. Val. 
Arnold J. & Co. W Baths, 180 Mont 
Arrington Wm. merch. 65 Jackson 
Arrington & Co. grocers, 65 Jackson 
Arrison Thos. mariner, Val. near Battery 
Artega F. trader, 37 Pike 
Ashby & Bros. 130 Broadway 
Asher John, wheelwright, 105 Kearny 
Ashen M. clothing, 139 Front 
Ashmore Jas. trader, 3 Com. 
Ashmore John, ranchero, 3 Com. 
Ashmore N. H. gardener, 3 Com. 
Ashton J. S. salesman, 229 Clay 
Assion Joseph, tailor, 154 Clay 
Askell C. blacksmith, 76 Pacific 
Aspinwall Benj. h Val'jo ab'v Stockton 
Asten H. G. porter, 44 Clay 
Atkinson J. H. merch bds 119 Cala. 
Atkinson Wm. carpenter, rear 80 Pine 
Atlantic House, 181 Pacific 
Atong, fisherman, 180 Sac 
Attleboro B. C. carpenter, 37^ Sans 

Attard L. liquors, 19 Com. 



Attoy A. board'g h 34 «fc 36 Pike 
Atwater Wm. laundrynian, 40 Clay 
Atwood Jabez, Rincon Point 
Atwill J. F. music dealer. Plaza 
Atvvell H. laborer, 76 Pacific 
Atwill (fc Co. music store old P. O. build- 
ing, Plaza. 
Aubineaud Pierre, restaurant, 294 Stock 
Aubineaud &. Desvarenne, restaurant, 

294 Stockton 
Auer Joseph, tailor, 154 Clay 
Aulick G. W. laborer, 344 Clay 
Austen Henry, sloves, 189 Mont 
Austen Joseph, hardware, 47 Com. 
Austen Robert, hardwore, 47 Com. 
Austin A. merchant, 133 Sac 
Austin E. G. attorney at law, 1 59 Clay 
Austin B. C. Val'jo & Moray's lane 
Austin George T. clothier, 162 Clay 
Austin H. dentist, 136 Montgomery 
Austin Henry, stoves, 187 Mont. 
Austin Henry, merch, 176 Dupont 
Austin H. A. dentist, 134 Clay 
Austin Henry S. merch, 74 Cala 
Austin James W. ex'ng cl'k, U. S. app'rs 

store, 100 Cala 
Austin 6o Co. dry goods 133 Sac 
Austin &. Lobdell gents furnishing goods 

162 Clay 
Aveline Thomas, Butcher, 57 Kear 
Avery H. G., tinman, 22 Sac 
Avery Michael, laborer, Val'jo n Battery 
Avery Elihu, ship master, rear Wesley 

Chapel 
Avery Wm. C. musician, 63 Kearny 
Avery &. Cogswell, copper & sheet iron 

workers, 22 Sac 
Ayers J. C. brass founder, 136 Clay 
Ayers James, drayman 46 Cal 
Ayers Wm. T. drayman, Sid Val 
Ayong, Chinese store, 1842 Sac 
Aya la Jules, cooper, Clark's Point 

BAAR H. Grocer, 193 Pacific 
Babb & CO. manu soda water, 384 Stock 
Babbitt G. R. grain mill, 100 Pine 
Babcock C. clerk, 200 Clay 
Babcock F. A. Dr. druggist, 139 Jack 
Bache Chas. L. druggist, 213 Wash 
Bache & Grotjan, druggist, 213 Wash 
j Bachmann Chas. painter, 78 Pac 
I Backus P. M. auctioneer, 109 Cal 
Backus W. W. auctioneer, 84 Cal 
Backus & Harrison, auQ & com 109 Cal 
I Bacon J. merchant, 117 Pine 



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Bacon J. C. hardware, 79 Cal 
Bacon R. H. hardware, 135 Cal 
Bacon W. H. mariner, 38 Webb 
Bacon T. H. & J. S. earthern ware, Bat 

bet Pac & Jack 
Badarous Camille, physician 24 
Badt M. clerk, 83 Com 
Baer S. P. cook, 12 First 
Bagg H. C. physician, 203 San 
Bagg Wm. ship carpenter, 51 Com 
Bagley, D. T. pub admin'tor, 127 Mont 
Bagwell Henry, laborer„Sid Val 
Bahnsen, i&rm of Correa & Bahnsen com 

mer. Bat c Clay 
Bailey E. J. boarding, 142 Miss 
Bailey J. B. pistol gallery, 159 Com 
Baily J. H. grocer, 215 Pacific 
Bailey Richard, mason, 229 Clay 
Bailey Mrs. saloon, 134 Kear 
Bailey Orrin, J. P. Leidsd 
Bailey Wm. oil, 23 Bat 
Bailey Wm. Frankhn hotel, 182 San 
Bailey W. P. market, Val n Bat 
Bailey Wm. H. clerk, 176 Mont 
Bailey & Gilbert, P. oil works, 23 & 25 

Bat 
Bailly F. furniture, 207 Sac 
Bainbridge Henry, clerk, 113 Bat 
Baird J. H. clerk, steamer Sophie 
Baker David, imp boots & shoes, 117 Sac 
Baker E. D. att'y at law, 90 Mer 
Baker E. G. stoves, 163 Front 
Baker Frank, upholester, 181 Clay 
Baker G. A. N A Hotel, 40 Sac 
Baker Geo. W. recorder, 244 Dupt 
Baker Henry, clothier, 41i Pac 
Baker John, laborer, 316 Dupt 
Baker Jas. G. ship's office, 26 Drum 
Baker M. upholester, 181 Clay 
Baker M. P. Franklin house 
Baker S. imp boots k shoes, 117 Sac 
Baker & co. stoves, 163 Front 
Baker S. & co. boots & shoes, 117 Sac 
Bakke Maraquito, saloon, 210 Kear 
Balch S. M. bar, 169 San 
Baldwin A. R. mdz broker, 84 Clay 
Baldwin B. bookbinder, 173 Wash 
Baldwin E. engraver, 152 Wash 
Baldwin E. F. Osceola house, 20 Com 
Baldwin H. S. physician, 124 Clay 
Baldwin W. J. inv clerk, custom house 
Baldwin Mrs. teacher pubhc school, 234 

Dupont 
Balerni Thos. porter, Griffin's Whf 



Ball Wm. laborer, Sid Val 
Bailey W. J. merch, 77 Jack 
Bame J. merch, 153 San 
Bance S. liquors, 177 Pac 
Bancroft H. com merch, 51 Leids 
Bandman Henry, imp, 48 Front 
Bandman Jul. com merch, 48 Front 
Bandman, Nielsen & co. com merchs, 

Front 
Banks T. C. 145 Dupt 
Bannan John, laborer, r 341 Dupt 
Bauns Isaac, saloon, 224 Dupt 
Bannister John, laborer, 36 First 
Banton John Y. Clark's Pt 
Barbec R. coach mkr, 80 Kear 
Barbet Francis, Val n Dupt 
Barge Oflice, (U S) 193 Front 
Barckhausen J. cigar dlr, 256 Dupt 
Barclay G. R. ship merch, 31 Pac 
Barker A. H. flour merch, 50 Bat 
Barker C. D. Mercantile hotel 
Barker Charles, mason, 278 Jack 
Barker C. N. master steamer Sophie 
Barker E. R. clerk, 129 San 
I Barker George, builder, 278 Dupt 
Barker James C. builder, 278 Dupt 
Barker L. com merch, 140 San 
Barker L. & co. com merch, 140 San j 
Barker & Paddock, flour & grain, 50 Bat' 
Bavnart B. crockery, Dupt n Fil 
Barnard J. C. ship mstr, Beale n Har 
Barnard E. jeweller, 60 Com 
Barnes Ed. ship master, Dupt n Fil 
Barnes Mrs. E. boarding, Duptn Fil 
Barnes Isaac, grocer, 224 Dupt 
Barnes John, att'y at law, Mark n Fii-st 
Barnes Wm. A. att'y at law, Mark n First 
Barnett David, jcAveller, 29 Merch 
Baruett E. watch mkr, 60i Com 
Barnett H. furnishing store, 144 Mont 
Barnet James, laborer, Valejo n Bat 
Barney R. h Valejo n Dupt 
Barnum Asa, teamster, 26 First 
Barr James E, produce, 110 Com 
Barra E J, hay and grain, 113 Pine 
Barraws Chas, policeman, 31 Pike 
Barrere Francois, cabinet mkr, Dupt n F3 
Barrere Francois, carpenter, 300 Powell 
Barrett James, bdlg, 44 B way 
Barrett Samuel, Jeweller, 161 Clay. 
Barrett & Sherwood, jewellers, 161 Clay 
i Barretta Peter, machinist, 36 First 
I Barrey Wm, boarding h 222 Mont 
I Barreyatt P laborer. Stock n Greenwich 



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Barms Chas, L insp licenses. City Hall 
Barron J D, baker, 313 Dupont 
Barron P. baker, 313 Dupont 
Barron W E,Mex Vice Consul, 92 Merch 
Barrows S E, com mer, 167 Front 
Barry James, blacksmith, 152 Cala 
Barry James W, clerk, 76 Cala 
Barry T. A. liquors, 116 Mont, h 233 

Powell, 
Barry P, atty at law, Cal Ex, h 301 

Pacific 
Barry & Patten, billiards, 116 Mont 
Bartlett Erastus, ship master, 41 Drum 
Bartlett Earle, att'y at law, 123 Mont 
Bartlett C. att'y at law, 123 Mont 
Bartlett W. publisher, 160 Mont 
Bartol A. alderman, 159 Mont 
Baruch B. cigars, I9h Com 
Baskett M. liquors, 203 Pac 
Basse Thos. grocer, 25 San 
Basse & Jansen, grocers, 25 San 
Bassett Abner, stone cutter, 234 Pow 
Bassett Alfier, stone cutter, 234 Pow 
Bassett Chas. printer, 190 Mis 
Bassett Joseph, merch, 75 Jack 
Bassett Nat'l, boarding, 34 Webb 
Bassford J. K. druggs, 194 Wash 
Baston H. J. ship carpenter, Rin Pt 
Baston Nathan, ship carp, Rin Pt 
Batchelder Jas. stone cutter, 36 First 
Bates A. B. 299 Clay 
Bateson Alex. 229 Clay 
Battelle T. K. P club house, 130 Mont 
Batturs E. T. grocer, 266 Dupt 
Battles Wm. H. com merch, 37 Bat 
Baudichon E. fancy good, 187 Wash 
Bauer Chas. gunsmith, 212.V Wash 
Baugh Daniel, pliysician, 252 Wash 
Baugh T. E. mer ex, 121 Sac 
Baum Chas. custom house broker, 187 

Kearny 
Baum Joseph, fruit, 2 Merch 
Baumann H. cigars, 195.^ Kear 
Brunner L. jeweller, 117|^ Mont 
Brunner &. Weber, jewelfer, 117^ Mont 
Baumfreund David, ctothing, 94. Mont 
Baush Jacob, imp hardwareT 100 Bat 
Baux J. B. fancy dry goods, 260 Dupt 
Baxter Wm. H. 76 Cal 
Baxter J. com merch. Si Front 
Baxter James, 2 Bat 
Bay Hotel, Cunningham's Whf 
' Bayer Martin, 162 Mont 
Bayerquc J. 13. com merch, 134 Clay 
Hayless T. J. express, Cal Ex 



Bayley H. P. crokery dlr, 176 Mont 
Beale Thos. broker,- 95 Jack 
Beale Thomas & co, brokers, 95 Jack 
Beale E. F. U S Sup Ind Afs, 123 Mont 
Beals H. C. merch, 252 Pow 
Beals James, com merch, 96 Bat 
Bean Samuel, carpenter, 183 Com 
Bearsley Lewis, clerk, 164 Mont 
Beatly Samuel G. 142 Wash 
Beauchamps, pressman, 127 Sac 
Beauchamps Leon, tinman, 179 Com 
Beauchamps & Rimieburg, tinmen, 179 

Commercial 
Beaurepaire C. vet. surgeon, 323 Dupt 
Beaver Geo. merch, 44 Minna 
Bee B. 345 Stockton 
Bechtle F. baker, Val bet Stock & Pow 
Beck Adol. G. merch, 154 Mis 
Beck D. L. com merch, 127 Jack 
Beck Jos. P. grocer, 223 Pac 
Beck & Elam, com merchs, 127 Jack 
Beckh G. W. att'y at law, 159 Clay 
Beideman J. C. produce, 96 Front 
Beers H. J. merch, 128 Jack 
Beers J. dentist, 134 Mont 
Beers J. B. physician, 186 Stock 
Begin Joseph, meat stalls 9 & 11, Pacific 

Market, Clay 
Behan Thomas, 298 Pac 
Behee Jacob, blacksmith, 148 Pac 
Beicharden James, 36 First 
Bein John, blacksmith, Alta Foundry 
Bein William, laborer, 142 Com 
Beisco G. clerk, 184 Kear 
Beldarino Josepha, 185 Stock 
Beldarino Mariana, 185 Stock 
Belden T. ship carpenter, Frem n Har 
Belfour Charles, saloon, 172 Clay 
Bell Charles E. oil, 87 Mont 
Bell Ed. ins cus, cus house, 197 Wash 
Bell James, imp hardware, 121 Mont 
Bell James, clerk, 116 Bat 
Bell J. C. upholester, 202 Clay 
Bell J. H. barber, 115i Merch 
Bell Lucius, grocer, 89 Cal 
Bell P. baker, 98 Bush 
Bell Patrick, baker, 98 Bush 
Belleau E. St. Frances hotel 191 Dupt 
Bclllemcre Amedee, barber, 501^ Com 
j Bellemere Louis, barber, 50i Com 
Bellew Z. bar, 66 Front 
Belloc Frenee, French imp, 147 Clay 
Belloc, Freres & Descau, French imp'rs, 
1 X47Clay 
Bclloni Chas. clerk, 127 San 



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Bemis Alpheus, blacksmith, Val n Stock 
Bemis Jos. drayman, Bat n Greene 
Benchley L. B. merch, 62 Bat 
Benchley & co. merchs, 62 Bat 
Benarie J. cigars, 80 Pac 
Benden Josiah, brick layer, Min n Sec 
Benedict Russell, clerk, 302 Stock 
Benhajon J. cigars, 19^ Com 
Benjamin Albion B. mach, 100 Pine 
Benjamin E. B. merch, 73 Bat 
Benjamin Jos. resturant, 137 Kear 
Benjamin S. auctioneer, 278 Jack 
Benjamin W. R. dry goods, 155i Kear 
Bennett F. C. produce, 72 Jack 
Bennett G. L. tinman, 150 Clay 
Bennett N. coffee stand, 27 Com 
Bennett R. H. merch, 129 Jack 
Bennett Wm. surveyor, 90 Pac 
Bennett Wm. fireman, Pow n Filbert 
Benson W. H. carman. Bat n Green 
Bepaume F. fancy goods, 152 Kear 
Berans Jnho, Nuevo Mundo, 203 & 205 

^lontgomery 
Berand J. B. F. A. fruit dlr, 286.Dupt 
Beresford James, boot mkr, 168 Clay 
Berford R. G. express oflSce, Cal Ex 
Berford & co. express office, Cal Ex 
Berg E. M. dry goods, 186 Kear 
Bergen John, soap manu, Pow c Geeen 
Bergen James, soap manu, Pow c Green 
Bergen Michael, soap manu, Pow c Green 
Bergen Thos. soap manu, Pow c Green 
Bergen jr. Thos. soap manu, Pow c Green 
Bernant, baker, 313 Dupt 
Bemales CaroUn, ladies' saloon, 250 Dupt 
Bernard B. crockery, 195 Kear 
Bernard Henri, merch, 128 Kear 
Bernard Paul, watchmaker, 103 Com 
Bernard W. R. painter, 109 Mont 
Bernard & Wolf, crockery, 195 Kear 
Bernede Jean, brick mkr, Stoc n Green 
Berney Wm. saw mkr, 11 Liedesdorfi" 
Bernesteen Ehas, merch, 76 Bush 
Bemaruel Suinga, fruit dlr, 146 Pac 
Berry A. J. carp, 63 Halleck 
Berry George, pub house, 349 Stock 
Berry J. carriage mkr, 21 Pine 
Berry John, bar keeper, 51 Com 
Berry Morton, trader, 13 Minna 
Berry P. 296 Pac 
Berry R. N. mdze broker, 49 Pac 
Berry Wm. liquor store, 1 12 Jack 
Berry Wm. crescent saloon, 15S.V San 
Berry J. &, co. carriage mkr, 21 Pine 



Bert E. G. Phil house, 133 Pine 
Bert 4' CO. Phil house, 133 Pine 
Berthelot J. F. auctioneer, 112 San 
Berthelot &, Shearer, auc & com, 112 San 
Bertody, physician, 225 Wash 
Berwin Aaron, clothing, 153 Com 
Berwin Henry, clothing, 153 Com 
Berwing P. clothing, 87 Com 
Boston Thos. boarding, Bat & Clk's Pt 
Bevan George, liv stable, 84 Kear 
Bevan Isaac, steward, 35 Pac 
Bevan Isaac, att'y, 399 Pow 
Bevan George &. co. liv stable, 84 Kear 
Beziade J. tailor, 284 Dupt 
Biays John M. liquors, 82 Bat 
Biays & Shipley, liquors, 82 Bat 
Bichara N. porter. 133 Front 
Bickei C. boarding house, 59 Kear 
Bickham W. D. Ed Eve Journal, 158 

Montgomery 
Bidan P. proprietor, 232 Dupt 
Bidleman, J. B. wines & liqrs, 186 Mont 
Bidleman &. co. wines <fe liqrs, 186 Mont 
Bigarel Dominique, tailor, 261 Dupt 
Bigelow E. com merch, 100 Front 
Bigelow Jabez, boot dlr, 60 Com 
Bigelow E. &. CO. com merchs, 100 Front 
Biggs A. R. liquors, 132 Mont c Com 
Biglow A. J. carman, 96 & 78 Bat 
Biglow P. K. carman, 96 & 98 Bat 
Bilant Ignace, syrup factory 102 Merch 
Bill James, imp hardware, 121 Mont 
Bill L. T. merch, 130 San 
Billings F. atty at law, 90 Merchant 
Billings F. N. merch 66 Sansome 
Billings Henry, moulder, 69 First 
Billings & Eddy, merch ts, 66 Sans' 
Billington C. W. grocer, Hamson n First 
Bingham B. D. watch maker, 160 Wash 
Bingham J. ^V. com mer, 201 San 
Bingham & Reynolds, com mer, 201 San 
Binney J. B. mattrass maker, 164 Sac 
Birabin, M. A. r 321 Dupont 
Birch Wm. machinist, 69 First 
Bird Sam'l, cigar dlr, 238 Clay 
Birdsall George, butcher 48 First 
Birdsall & Eager, butchers, 48 First 
Biscacianti A. Tehama Hotel 
Bischoff L. watchmaker, 163.^ Wash 
Bischoff & Blumhardt, watch mks, 163^ 

Washington 
Bissell G. W. P. mercht, 51 Leidsdff 
Bissett Thos, book-kpr, Alta foundry 
Black Andrew, painter, 152 Clay 
Black J. L. Franklin Hotel, 180-182 San 



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Black Wm, lithographer, 88 B'way 
Blackhnrn N. S. Tehama Hotel 
Clackbiirn Wm. lumber dlr, 22 Battery 
Blackburn &. Thompson, 22 Battery 
Blackmore Thos. board'g, Beal n Fols'm 
Blackstone, N. flour mills. 44 Sacramen. 
Blackstone W. com mer, 44 Sac 
Blackwood Wm. elk, 133 Front 
Blackwood Wm. book-keeper, 66 Jack'n 
Blair Ed. merch, h 13 Pike 
Blair J. agt Sut'rs Iron wks, 44 Sac 
Blair James, merch, 257 Stockton 
Blake Alfred, carpenter, 157 Mont 
Blake C. F. auctioneer, 85 Com 
Blake G. merch, 176 Dupont 
Blake, George, oysterman, 148 Mont 
Blake George, ship'g office, 1 1 Com 
Blake Geo. M. merch, 72 Cala - 
Blake G. W. oyster stand 103 Com 
Blake P. ship master, 4 Com 
Blake S. J. sewing fact'y, 17 Leidsdff 
Blake <fc Virgin Ship'g office, 11 Com 
Blakely D. bar keeper, 85 Sans 
Blanc Philip, machinist, 406 Stockton 
Blanch Marion, boot maker, 217 Wash 
Blanch Thos. laborer, Sid Val 
Blanchard H. P. com mer, 55 Battery 
Blanchard jr. D. elk, 66 Battery 
Blanchard Henry P. com mer, 69 San 
Blank P. finisher, 69 First 
Blankman H. G. dentist 153J^ Kear 
Blankman Wm. physician, 153|- Kear, 
Blankstein Moses, 202 Pacif 
Blasdell S. F. blacksmith, 70 Kear 
Bleakley J. L. grocer, 210 Mont 
Bleakley & Co. grocers 210 Mont 
Bleakly J. L. Franklin Hotel Sans 
Blethan J. E. carpenter, 132 Dupt 
Bleyman E. upholster: 152 Sac 
Bleyman <fe Wadie, upholsters, 152 Sac 
Bliss John, mason, 31 Pike 
Bliss Wm. C. com mer, 118 Mont 
Blitz B. S. special police, Val'jo n Stock 
Blondan John, rest't 251 Dupt 
Blood I. M. Pacf Temp House 
Blood J. H. straw bleecher, 179 Clay 
Blood J. H. Pres Bd Aldermn, 152 Wash 
Bloomingdale J. dry goods, 65 Leidsdif 
Bloomer H. G. paiuter, 60 Com 
Blossom Henry, waiter, 47 Pac 
Blossom Wm H. liquors, 136 Com 
Blum G. shoemaker, 144 Mont 
Blum L. clothing, 192 Wash 
Blum <fc Worthiemer, clothrs, 192 Wash 
Blamenthal M. crockery, 149 Kear 



Blumhardt W. F. watchmkr, 163^ Wash 
Bluxum Isaac, coal, 154 Front 
Bluxome J. D. deputy guager, 314 Stock 
Bluxome jr. J. coal mer foot Jackson 
Boardman E. L. hardware, 79 Cal 
Boardman Jos. architect, 229 Clay 
Boardman W. F. hardware, 79 Cal. 
Boardman, Bacon &. Co. hardware,79 Cal 
Bock A. G. translator Spanish, 116 Mont 
Bock Lewis, clothing, 73 Mont 
Bodekar B. musician, 284 Dupt 
Bodenheim M. clotheir, 164 Wash 
Bodenheim & Haas, clothier, 164 Wash 
Bofer Wm. & Co. hardwarre, 128 Sac 
Bogart D, laborer, Sidney Valley 
Bogart D. clerk, 50i Com 
Bogart O. H. drugs, 20 Sac 
Bogart & Clark, drugs, 20 Sac 
Bohen G. T. bricklayer, r 306 Pac 
Boile A. grocer, 312 Dupt 
Boire Louis, grocer, 184 Wash 
Boirio Louis, eating house, 84 Pac 
Bokee W. O. & Co. merchant, 102 Bat 
Bolander, W. E. clerk, 4 Com 
Bolard Vallery, laundry, 327 Dupt 
Boldeman A. Dutch House, 279 Dupt 
Bolen Wm. baker, 302 Stockton 
Bollmeyer C. clerk, 58 Front 
Bolton Ellen, bar room, 45 Mont 
Bolton James R. com mer, 92 Merchant 
Bolton, Barron <fe Co. merchts, 92 Merch 
Boomer Wm. J. ship chandler, 13 Sac 
Boomer & O'Brien, ship chndlrs, 13 Sac 
Bond James, merchant, 73 Sac 
Bond J. L. physician, 249 Clay 
Bonded Warehouse, U. S. 151 to 7 Bat 
Bondy A. clothing, 121 Sac 
Bones John W. furniture, 188 Mont 
Bonestell L H, books, 201 Clay, h 90 Pine 
Bonestell <^' Willeston, books, 201 Clay 
Bonhomme Louis, barber, 171 Com 
Bonnad John, machinist. Market n 1st 
Bonnard, F A. printer, 118 Com 
Bonneron Jean, imp wines. 111 Sac 
Bonvalot L. dry goods, 190 Clay 
Bonvalot 4* Roux, dry goods, 190 Clay 
Booker Wm L. accountant, 104 Front 
Boon J. moulder, 67 First 
Booraem Hugh T. atty at law, Oakland 

city 
Booth E D. clerk, 60 Front 
Booth Stephen, oyster saloon, 150 Com 
Bope, R B. clothing, 121 Front 
Boraem L. atty at law, 1 20 Bush 
Borel Joseph, boot dealer, 240 Dupt 



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Borle Auguste, grocer, 312 Dupont 
Boring Rev J. pastor Wes Chapel, 270 

Powell 
Bornemann F. gent, 241 Washington 
Boruck Marcus D. entry clerk c h, 197 

Wash 
Boschulte T. com mer, 187 San 
Boschulte ^ Broderson. 187 Sansome 
Bosqui Ed A. clerk, 185 Kearny 
Bossange Leopold, agt, 148 Wash 
Bostwick Dr. physician, Tehama Hotel, 

Sansome 
Bostwick H A. tinsmith, 122 San 
Bostwick Jas, liquors. Battery n Cun- 
ningham's wharf 
Bos wood T W. surgeon. 54 Broadway 
Batts C T. atty at law, 139 Com, h 228 

Stockton 
Botts G F. atty at law, 139 Com 
Bouard A. cook, 155 Dupont 
Bouchard Francois, laundry, 203 Stock 
Bouchard H. boarding, 71 Kearny 
Boucher V. barber, 60 Pacific 
Boudin F. baker, 319 Dupt 
Bouffe Ernest, grocer, 290 Dupont 
Bouillard Jos, billiard saloon, 159 Kear 
Boulden W S, merchant, 147 Front 
Boung G. Rassette House 
Bonnet Andre, restaurant, 251 Dupt 
Bourdin J. fancy goods, 260 Dupt 
Bourdin Jean, wheelwright, 293 Stock 
Bourdin 4* Co. fancy goods, 260 Dupt 
Bourel Joseph, boot and shoe dealer, 219 

Jackson 
Bouret E. carpenter, 313 Dupont 
Bourguin Chas. dentist, 200 Sac 
Bourman B. boots and shoes, 109 Mont 
Bourne Russell, grocer, 11 Com 
Bourne John, clerk, 190 Mission 
Bourn Wm B. com broker, 68 Front 
Bouton G H, merchant, 62 Cal, h 128 

Broadway 
Bovee W H. stm coffee mills, Broadway 

n Stockton, office 1 23 Sansome 
Bowden Miss, dress maker, 216 Clay 
Bowen Elizabeth, dress maker, 153 Com 
Bo wen 4* Despo, hotel, 221 Sac 
Bowers J B. com exchange, 170 Com 
Bowers J W. machinist, 36 First 
Bowie A J. physician, 183 Dupt 
Bowie Hamilton, 183 Dupont 
Bowline Tho. fishermn, Harrison n Beale 
Bowman Alex, exminr U S Aprs office 
Bowman A. Mercantile Hotel 
Bowman A C. insp customs, c house 197 

Washington 



Bowman B. boots and shoes, 109 Mont 
Bowman C C, wine merchant, 66 Pacific 
Bowman James, clerk com funded debt, 

City Hall 
Bowman Jas W. enginr str Kate Kearny 
Bowman Jos. merchant, 178 Bush 
Bowman ^ Co. wine merchants, QQ Pacific 
Bowman S. P. livery stable, 133 Kearny 
Boyce John, laborer, Folsom n Beale 
Boyd Alex, merchant, 37 Webb 
Boyd James, Att'y at law, 37 Webb 
Boyd Joseph, baker, 139 Mission 
Boyd Oscar H. hat emporium, 152-154 

Commercial 
Boyd W J. St. Frances Hall, elk 188 Clay 
Boyd Wm. porter house, 136 Mission 
Boyden Asa, agent, 37 Webb 
Boy den J. carpenter, 114 Bush 
Boyle A. A. clothier, 31 Commercial 
Boyle Francis, blacksmith, 160 California 
Boyle James, hotel, 73 Montgomery 
Boyne L. 184 Washington 
Boyrean Clement, clerk, 178 Montgomery 
Brace A. K. oyster dealer, N. W. Market 

Clay 
Braciena Antone, 167 Pacific 
Brackett Wm. market, 12 Sacramento 
Bradford A. H. 98 Sansome 
Bradford E. C. clerk, 145 Kearny 
Bradford E. H. clerk, 145 Kearny 
Bradford E. W. liquors, 6 First 
Bradford J. H. blacksmith, 31 Pike 
Bradford G. B. lumber merchant, 56 First 
Bradford Thomas, clerk, 146 Washington 
Bradford Thos. P. laborer, Sydney Valley, 

Clarks' Point 
Bradford (.f Ladd, auction saloon, 98 San 
Bradish Mich, lab, Sydney valley, Clk's pt 
Bradlee J. H. clerk, 86 California 
Bradley Charles, boards 6 Battery 
Bradley H.W. daguerrian rooms, 197 Clay 
Bradley John, clothing, 17 Commercial 
Bradley Jabez, boards 180 Sansome 
Bradshaw J. A, merchant, 152 Pacific 
Bradshaw S. C. grocer, 77 California 
Bradshaw <f Co. grocers, 77 California 
Brady John, U. hotel, 76 Pacific 
Brady John, civil engineer, 61 Sacramento 
Bragg Geo. F. com mercht,128 California 
Bragg Robert, car builder, 95 Jackson 
Bragg Geo. ^ Co. com mere's, 128 CaJ 
Braham E. clothing, 61 Commercial 
Brand Wm. clerk, 183 Washington 
Brangcr Gustavo, restaurant, 204-205 

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Branger <fe Drillean, restaurant, 204-205 

Washington 
Brannan Samuel, broker, 120 Mont 
Brannigan J V. flour dealer, 262 Jack 
Brariena Antoine, 167 Pacific 
Brashears J. Franklin Hotel 
Braska V. car builder, 265 Pacific • 
Brass Jas H. merchant, 67 California 
Brasseur Achille, liquors, 97 Market 
Brasseur J. 319 Stock 
Bravermann L. watchmaker, 167 Wash 
Bravermann <^ Levy, watchmakers, 167 

Wash 

Brazier, sail maker, 70 Front 
Brazier «^ Smith, sail makers, 70 Front 
Brecht Aug. drayman, 102 Coml 
BreckS. wines and liquors, 65 Cala 
Breck S ^ Co. wines and liqrs, 65 Cala 
Breckwell H. grocer, 232 Clay 
Brockwell H ^ Co. grocer, 232 Clay 
Breed Albert, laborer, 36 First 
Breed H A. wharf builder, Mktst whf 
Breed ^ Dennis, Market st wharf 
Bredlinger H J. tobac and cigs, 84 Bat 
Bred linger ^ Kurtz, tobacco, 84 Bat 
Breimhall N. porter, 155 Kearney 
Bremermann H. hotel, 64 Coml 
Brenardelli M. baker, Dupont c Union 
Brenham C. U S D Atty, 98 Merchant 
Brenham C J. banker, 129 Mont 
Brennan James, produce, 121 Front 
Brennan Martin, saloon, 39 Pac 
Brennan (^* Co. produce, 121 Front 
Breslaw Mrs J C. milliner, 226^ Dupont 
Breslaw J C. painter, 45 Battery 
Bresslaw & Emmett, painters, 45 Bat 
Bretnell S. caulker, 61 First 
Brewster B. clothing, 83 Cal 
Brewster R E, com mer, 107 Battery 
Brewster R E c^* Co. com mer, 107 Bat 
Brice A R, oysters, 103 Coml 
Brick S S. painter, 41 Davis 
Brickie C. hotel, 59 Kearny 
Brickley Jas. hotel, 1 First 
Brickwedel H. grocer, 232 Clay 
Bridie J. H. bds Tehama Hotel 
Brierly Rev B. pastor 1st Bap C, 393 Pow 
Brigden Chas W. carpenter, 36 First 
Briggs E. 1st officer str Ohio 
Briggs E. imp cigars, 58 Sansome 
Briggs George, Idgs 92 Pac 
Briggs J C. imp glass ware, 147 Mont 
Briggs Wm H. laborer, Folsome n Beale 
Briggs t5* Flint, crockery, 147 Mont 
Brigham C O. produce, 106 Commercial 
Brigham jr D. agt V I L, 152 Bat 



Brigham S O. sewing facty, 17 Leidsdf 
Brigham S O & Co. sewing facty laeds 
Bright Robt, watchman, 279 Pac 
Brignardello S. Hardware, 191 Pac 
Brignardello t^' Medana, hardware, 191 

Pacific 
BrinckerhofFjr J. clothing, 195 Sans 
Brinsmade A A. entry elk custom house 
Brintnall S. caulker, 9 Melius 
Brisch Henry, hotel, 63 Mont 
Brisham, produce, 106 Coml 
Brisk Simon, clothing, 55 Coml 
British Consulate, 104 Front 
Brittan J W. stoves. 71 Front 
Brittenham E L. butcher, 57 Mont 
Britton Jos. lithographer, 139 Mont 
Britton jr S W. imptr liquors, 173 San 
Britton & Devoe, liquor impts, 173 San 
Broad Chas. butcher, 129 Bush 
Broadhurst Wm. clerk, 98 Cal 
Broadhead F. elk c h, h 310 Dupt 
Broas Chas E. shaving, 125^^- Kearn 
BrockwayH. produce, 117 Front 
Brockway J H. fruit store, 199 Pac 
Broderson E J. com mer, 187 San 
Brodhead Francis D. elk U S Aprs office 
Brodie S H. atty at law, 140^ Mont 
Brodnitz M. clothing, 37 Coml 
Bromley W L. grocer, 143 Front 
Bron N. bar room, 213 Pacific 
Bronson C M, atty at law, 135 Mont 
Brooks Geo J. paper warehouse, 127 Cal 
Brooks Benj S. atty at law, 164 Mont 
Brooks E L B. Rassette House 
Brooks J W. hardwre &, stoves, 87 Wash 
Brooks R F. barber, 161 Mont 
Brooks Wm L. laborer U S Apprs store 
Brooks W H J. drug clerk, 200 Clay 
Brooks 4* McCracken, attys at law, 164 

Montgomery 
Brosay L. cook, 59 Kearny 
Brosnan C M, atty at law, 135 Mont 
Brottlebank F. carpenter, 61 First 
Brows P F. clerk, 129 Mont 
Brown A B. baker, 182 Clay 
Brower John, tailor, 168 Clay 
Brower J D. carriage painter, 56 Mont 
Brower & Muller, bakers, 182 Clay 
Brown Alonzo F. imptr beads for Indian 

trade, 100 Battery 
Brown Chas. liquors, 79 Coml 
Brown Chas. merchant, 127 Jack 
Brown D, wheelwright, 22 First 
Brown Dewit C. com mer, 60 Cal 
Brown Ed E. com mer, 52 Front 
Brown F W. wines and liquors, 152 Clay 



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Brown G H. barber, 113 Merchant 
Brown Harvey, atty at law, 159 Clay 
Brown Henry, cook, 78 Pacific 
Brown H D. hotel, 1 1 1 L'ront 
Brown H S. wholesale grocer, 74 Wash 
Brown Jas. sail maker, 21 Coml 
Brown Jas. carpenter, Alta Foundry 
Brown John, 183 California 
Brown John, tailor, 170 Clay 
Brown J D. physician, 113 Merchant 
Brown Jean b\ hotel, 408 Stock 
Brown J H. clothier, 178 Clay 
Brown J H. clothing, 141 Coml 
Brown J Vincent, U S Appr, 100 Cal 
Brown L D. atty at law, 143 Mont 
Brown M S. merchant, 51 Cal 
Brown Miss, teacher pubHc school, bds 

Niantic Hotel 
Brown Nicholas, saloon, 213 Pac 
Brown Wm. drayman, 132 Mont 
Brown Wm. crockery, 184 Mont 
Brown Wm. teamster, 26 First 
Brown Wm. hardware, 164 Sansome 
Brown W G. machinist, 100 Pine 
Brown W H. gunsmith, 208 Clay 
Brown W T. waiter, 161 Front 
Brown F W & co. wines and liquors. 

152 Clay 
Brown & co. W L com mer, 81 Cal 
Brown & co. J H clothing, 141 Coml 
Brown & Nixon, fruit dealers, 125 Wash 
Brown &. Phillips, hardware, 165 San 
Brown, Pratt & Tracy, attys at law, 159 

Clay 
Brower A C. laborer, Folsomen Beale 
Brower B. laborer, Folsomfi n Beale 
Browne J M. com mer, 133^ Front 
Brownlie A S. printer, 152 Clay 
Bronson W M. printer, 83 Cala 
Bruce T. hotel, 60 First 
Bruce Jas. grocer, 96 Broadway 
Bruce Robert, bar, 116 Kearny 
Brun Jacques, bar, 158 Kearny 
Brun& Kueff, bar, 158 Kearny 
Brunner Lewis, watchmaker, 117 Mont 
Brunner Wm W. com mer, 125 Wash 
Brunnei* Hallo well & co, auct and com 

merchants, 125 Washington 
Brunner &. Weber, watchmkrs, 117 Mont 
Bruno A. laundry, 327 Dupont 
Brunt W N. butcher, Powell c Pacific 
Bruran F. Wilson's Exchange, 85 San 
Bryant E H. stoves & tinware,' 185 Pac 
Bryant A B. clerk, 29 Leidsdorff 
Bryant Benj. bar-keeper. 2 Coml 
Bryant Edwin, 4 Battery 



Bryant G W. bath & dressing saloon, 

174 Washington 
Bryant J J. Niantic, 124 Clay 
Bryant Robt. agent, 53 Coml 
Bryant S. real estate, 221 Stockton 
Bryant Wm. J. (). barber 107i Sansome 
B^ant W T. agric. warehse, 80-82 Cala 
Bryant k co, R, intcl. office, 53 com'I 
Brj^ant <f co. agricul warehouse 80-82 cala 
Brvant cf Short, Bath, 174 Washington 
Brvnes Mrs. O. boarding 143 Pine 
Buck C M. bds. 180-182 Sansome 
Buckingham jV. pilot Cunningham's wharf 
Buckland H. laborer Folsom n Beale 
Buckland Walter, carpenter 229 Clay 
Buckley F. builder, 284 Jackson 
Buckley John, brick mkr Stock n Fil 
Buckley J P. painter, 142 Clay h 211 

Mont 
Buckley Patrick, boarding 35 Pike 
Buckley Sam'l, laborer 36 First 
Buckley W H. millwright 368 Pow 
Buckhman C F. dry goods 211 Clay 
Buckman Ezra, tin worker 44i Sac 
Buckmar Mrs M A. prin Zion school Stoc 

n A^alejo 
Budd L F. grocer 126 Jack 
BuelF. agent Am Tract Soc'y, 376 Stock 
Bues F. clerk, 107 Commercial 
BufFum L. hatter, 141 Rear 
Bugbee N. real estate agt, 119 Com 
Buhans T. merchant, 90 Pine 
Buhler Louis, prof French, 219 Jack 
Bulger E. magnolio, 162 Kearny 
Bullard Chas B. 1 Battery 
Bullock T H. carpenter, 27 Sansome 
Bulyer T L. shipwright, 5 Dunn 
Bumley Thos. Franklin hotel 
Bunco Sarah, saloon, 177 Pacific 
Bunker Cromwell, soda manufactory 
Bunker H S. auditor customhouse, h 190 

Mission 
Bunton Robt. stone cutter, 334 Powell 
Burbank E. shipwright, Fremont n Fol 
Burdell Galen, dentist, 205i Clay 
Burdeth H. jeweler, 187 Clay 
Burgess F R. sewing factoiy, 17 Leids 
Burgess Richmond, laborer, 229 Clay 
Burgess, Gilbert & Still, booksellers, sta- 
tioners, newspaper, periodical and cheap 
publication agents. No. 12^ Commer- 
cial, 4 doors below Montgomery 
Burgoyne W. merchant, 127 Cahfornia, 
Burgoyne k co, Wm M. bankers, 165 
Montgomery 



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Burlieu E N. upholsterer, 133 Jack 
Burlieu & Moore, upholsterers, 133 Jack 
Burling Wra. com mer, cor Battery and 

Ilalleck, h 159 Stockton 
Burling & Hill, com mor, cor Bat ^j- Hal 
Buruell L B. Crescent city hotel, 109 San 
Burnes A M. Tehama hotel 
Burnham Geo. laborer, 71 Battery 
Burnham T D. market, 62 Pacific 
Burnham cf- Mann, market, 62 Pacific 
Burnett H. 36 First 
Burns Ed. merchant, 177 Dupont 
Burr E W. grocer, 51 Front 
Burr J. carpenter, 26 First 
Burr J E. laborer. Green n Battery 
Burr T. agricul implements, 21 First 
Burr & Co. agricul implements, 24 First 
Burr, Mattoon & Co. grocers, 54 Front 
Burrage W. morchant, 121 California 
Burritt L H, brewer, 136 Pine 
Burritt L S. atty at law, 135 Mont 
Burroughs Dr. ]3hysician, Tehama hotel 
Burrows Silas E. com mer, 147 Mont 
Burrows & Sons, E. com mer, 147 bat 
Burt S E. carpenter, 31 Pike 
Burton, carman, 113 Battery 
Bush E. laborer, Folsom n Beale 
Bush Henry, flour merchant, 142 San 
Bush J P. physician, 81 Sansome 
Bushel S. mason, 31 Pike 
Bussmami Henry, locksmith, 186i San 
Butcnoss & Barr, grocers, 193 Pacific 
Butler A J. merchant, 181 Dupont 
Butler B F. Lithographer, 80 Broadway 
Buzards J K. Tehama hotel 
Byrne Geo. mercantile hotel, Front n Pac 
Byrne Ed. notary public, 150 Mont 
Byrne H H. lawyer and dist atty, 90 Mer 
Byrne J K. clerk, 265 Powell 
Byrne Jas. boarding, 96 Kearny 
Byrnes Jas. police officer, 244 Dupont 
Byrne L M. grocer, 184 Kearney 
Byrne Mrs. boarding, 96 Kearny 
Byrne Thomas, general broker, 56 Front 
Byrne W C. grocer, 265 Powell 
Byrne & Hochkofiier, gen'l brokers, 56 

Front 

«Z3 

C ABB AN JOHN, butcher, 100 Com 
Cabbanniss J, C. Arcade, 1 58 Com 
Cadue Philip, stevedore, 10 Saiisoiie 
Cadue Hunter & Co. stevedores, 10 San 
Cady Daniel, Washington near Stockton 
Cady H. W. barber, 200 Wash. 
Cady M. Clerk, 80 Cala 



Cady Rose, laundry, Wash near Stock 
Cady Wm. mariners, Battery cor Cnn'g's 

Wharf 
Cafe D'Orleans, 108 Mont. 
Cafe du Theatre, 199 Dupont 
Cahn Aaron, b'd'g 53 Leidsd'tf 
Cahn Leopold, clothing, 75 Com 
Caire J. hardware, 178 Washington 
Caire & Long, hardware, 178 Wash 
Cala, lumber manf co. 1 62 Mont 
Cala, Exchange, Clay cor Kearney 
Caldwell W. W. clerk, 169 Chay 
Calef J. S. phys 89 San. h Harr n First 
Cahsh L. clothing, 69 Pacific 
Calish, S. R. clothing, 81 Com 
Calish &. Co. clothing, 81 Com 
Calish & Newman, clothing, 69 Pacific 
Calkin M b'd'g, 220 Mont 
Callaghan John, laborer, 112 Pacific 
Callaghan Peter, laborer, 112 Pacific 
Callender M. L. 202 Wash 
Callet L. C. clerk, Mark't st b'nd ware h 
Callish L. tailor, 103 Mont 
Camack Jos. stoves, 109 Sac 
Camaron A. blacksmith, 69 First 
Cameron D. machinist, Folsom cor Beal 
Cameron James, steward, 45 Pike 
Camosi D. clerk, 184 Mont 
Camp Albert, copper smith. 215 Jack'n 
Camp Rev. J. J. 229 Clay 
Campbell A. Judge C of S, h 156 Mission 
Campbell Charles, com mer, 74 'ack. 
Campbell George, com mer, 67 Sac 
Campbell John, mason, 293 Pacific 
Campbell J. B. bar keeper, 163 Kear 
Campbell Michael, drayman, Vail n Bat 
Campbell Mich'l tailor, 234 Kear 
Campbell &. Peebles, com mer, 74 Jack 
Campett H. mercli 229 Stockton 
Camphield Phoenix, mason, 31 Pike 
Campion Flore, barber, 99 Com 
Camisky John, liquors, 12{) Sac 
Canaus Manuel, saloon, 273 Dupont 
Cane, J. R. bricklayer, 306 Pacific 
Canfield A. W. clothing, 169 Clay 
Cannard O. C. 316 Stockton 
Cannon Adam, Barnum Rest, M6 Com 
Cannon E. E. merchant 82 Clay 
Cannos S. Battery Clk's Pt 
Cantor E. grocer, 82 Kear 
Canton Tea Company, 118, 120 Kear 
Cany Ed. agent, 170 Mission 
Caperton John, dep sheriff. City Hall 
Capon Rev. J. W. 119 Pine, 
Carcans Robt. fruit, 249 Dupont 
Cardriff F. porter, 74 Cala 



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Card S. agent, 90 Front 
Cardazo I. N. attorney, 135 Mont 
Carey J. W. CotFec Saloon, IGGi- Wash 
Carlisle B. bar, 87 13'\vay 
Carlisle H. hotel kpr 53.^ First 
Carlisle Hugh, laborer, 53^ First 
Carlisle Robt. laborer, 53.^ First 
Carlisle Wm. laborer, 53.^ First 
Carlisle W. moulder, Folsom cor Beale 
Carlisle House, 53^ First 
Carlyne Wm. drayman, 81 Pine 
Carlos Peter, rest't, 68 Com 
Carmen B. R. druggist, 203 Wash 
Carmen Rosa 13. 284 Dupt 
Carmen 6o Maitin, drugs, 203 Wash 
Carmick E. porter, Battery, n Val'jo 
Caruaud A. prof music, 170 Dupt 
Carnaud Jules, prof music, 170 Bush 
Carnaud & Bazille, 176 Bush 
Caro M. clothing, 10 Com 
Caro Sam'l clothing, 10 Com 
Caro Solomon, clothing, 10 Com 
Carothers Jesse, banker, 118 Mont 
Carpenter D. H. physician, 31 Pacf 
Carpenter M> B. hrdwre, 99 San 
Carpenter Wm. M. com mer 84 Sac 
Carpenter H. W. atty at law, 99 Mercht 
Carr Christopher, mercht, 94 Jackson 
Carr J. D. 124 Clay 
Carriere Adolfe, mercht, 172 Bush 
Carriere Eugene, Polka, 161 Com 
Carriere J. cooper, 41 Leidsdff 
Carriere Louis, candies 163 Com 
Carriere Titus, laborer, 100 Com 
Carrington Calvin, mercht, 153 San 
Carrington R. R. 51 Davis 
Carrison Henry, mattrasses, 81 Pacific 
Carrison H. upholster, 149 Sac 
Carrold, G. painter, 78 Pacific 
Carroll James, dentist, 41 Pacif 
Carson John, laborer, Sid Valley 
Carson S. W. mason, 76 Pacif 
Careon W. L. mason, 76 Pacif 
Carston G. carpenter, 319 Dupont 
Carswell Helen, bdg 235 Clay 
Carter Chas D. broker; 149 Battery 
Carter li C. baker, 160 Kear 
Carter J, F, crockery 119 Sans 
Carter J. T. mercht, 65 Jackson 
Carter James M. com. mer. 142 Wash 
Carter M. bds Tehama House 
Carter Paris, carman,std cor Sac & San 
Carter Sam'l P. Express, 114 Mont 
Carter W. hotel, 53 Mont 
Carter & Co. J. F. crockery, 119 Sans 
Carter & Fuller, com mer, 65 Jackson 



Carteron C. Rest't, 404 Stockton 
Gary J. C. atty at law, 91 Mercht 
Gary R. D. bds Tehama H. 
Gary jr. T. J. merch 54 <fc 56 Sans 
Caryl W, B. livery, 73 & 75 Kear 
Cassafibusth J. Nicarag'n Conl, 160 Clay 
Casanneva F. clerk, 197 Cala 
Casas F. B. clerk P O 
Case Augustus, capt U S N, 245 Wash 
Case Chas. L. mer, 60 San, h 245 Wash 
Case, Heiser &, Co. com. mer. 60 San 
Casebolt Henry, blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Casebolt& Davidson, blacksmiths, 120Clay 
Casement Jr H. 80 Battery 
Caskall Isaac, clothing, 65|^ Pacific 
Caspari M. merchant, 157 Jackson 
Casperi W M. 59 Kearny 
Castle Goodman, grocer, 43 Commercial 
Castle Frederick, grocer, 43 Commercial 
Castle Brothers, grocers, 43 Commercial 
Castree D B. grocer, 184 Kearny 
Castree & Byrne, grocers, 184 Kearny 
j Casse F. butcher, Pacific market 
Casselli Alex, auctioneer, 94 Sansome 
Casserly Eugene, atty, 137 Montgomery, 

h 179 Dupont 
Casserly G W. capt police, 244 Dupont 
Casson P. bookseller, 105 Montgomery 
Casson & co, booksellers, 105 Mont 
Cassin Francis, grocer, 75 Montgomery 
Gate N H. carpenter, 224 Clay 
Caton Geo. clerk, 43 Sansome 
Caveillon A & co, imp liquors, 191 Sac 
Cavellier E. office, 178 Montgomery 
Caverly E. porter house, 189 Sansome 
Caye E. painter, rear 7 Pike 
Cazneau Thos N. ins broker, 134 Cala 
Cecil R. clerk, 112 Sansome 
Cegan Michael, laborer, 316 Powell 
Cepriam C. importer, 122 Sansome 
Central house, 113-115 Merchant 
Cerf J. crockery, 173 Montgomery 
Cerf, Eger & co. 173 Montgomery 
Chaine Ed. clerk, 178 Montgomery 
Chaloner Wm. (colored) porter, 101 Cal 
Chamberlain Jas. real estate, 179 Dupont^ 
j Chambers David, banker, 101 Mont 
Chambers J F A. hair dresser, 204 Wash 
1 Chamois Jas. produce, 18-20 Pac mar 
I Chamois & co. 18-20 Pacific market 
j Champaigne, produce, 14 N W market 
I Chandler Chas. bds 269 Clay 
I Chandler J. 229 Clay 
Chandler Jolm A. clerk, 126 Commercial 
I Chandler L L. produce, 133 Clay 



§AN FRAN(5I8CO, CA) 



CHARLES L. CASE, 
FLORENCE MAHONY, 




CHARLES L. HEISER, 
THOMAS D. JOHNS. 



Messks. CHAMBEES & HEISER, 

Nos, 3 and 5 Bridge Street, 



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Chandler W H. wood yrad, 194 Sac 
Chanfrau Henry, merchant, 13 Piko 
Chapelle A Marias, real estate, 160 Mont 
Chapin Abel, produce, 110 Commercial 
Chapin B M. produce, 110 Commercial 
Chapin Geo. produce, 110 Commercial 
Chapin Saml A. hardware, 127 Sansome 
Chapin & Sawyer, hardware, 127 San 
Chapman C C. merchant, 184 Bush 
Chapman G W. bds 147 Sansome 
Chapman E. carriage trimmer, 160 Cal 
Chapman I L. blacksmith, 94 Pine 
Chappel Jacob, engineer, 334 Powell 
Chard N. real estate, Dupont n Filbert 
Charlet, actor, Adelphi, h 408 Powell 
Charpin Pierre, architect, cor Taylor and 

Greenwich 
Charter Geo. trader, 130 Commercial 
Chartrue J B. shoemaker, 166^ Mont 
Chase F A. feedstore, 77 Pine 
Chase Irene, saloon, 206 Kearny 
Chase L S. mercantile hotol. Front 
Chase M P. attorney, 140 Montgomery 
Chase N P. bds Tehama 
Cliase Robt* bds Tehama 
Chase Rufus, auctioneer, h 7 Pike 
Chase R P. physician, 377 Powell 
Chase Thos. drayman. Griffin's wharf 
Chatru J B. shoemaker, 166^ Mont 
Chaumond E. laborer, 213 Dupont 
Chauncey D C. collector, 278 Jackson 
Chauviteau F P. merchant. 149 Wash 
Chauviteau Hector, merchant, 149 Wash 
Chauviteau J J. agent under writers, 

France, 149 AVashington 
Chauviteau & co. J J com mer, 149 Wash 
Chavance Adele, grocer, 263 Dupont 
Chazal P A. agent, 12 Sacramento 
Cheeny Geo A. clerk, 49 California 
Cheever H A, merchant, 64 Battery 
Cheever & co. H A com mer 64 Battery 
Cheminant A A. druggists 61 Kearny 
Chereaunee La Valle, widow, 120 Bush 
Chetwood John, atty at law, 127 Mont 
Chetwood, Rose & Edwards, attorneys at 

law, 157 Montgomery 
Cherry John W. painter, 222 Kearny 
Cherry & Inkelheimer, painters, 222 

Kearny 
Chevalliar Fortune, painter, 156 Dupont 
Chevallier Lewis, boots and shoes, 126i 

Kearny 
Chick A C. Rassette House 
Chief Engineer's Office, City HaH 

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China Aming, laundry, 80 J Battery 
Childs E F. clerk, 85 Commercial 
Childs J T. carpenter, 276 Stockton 
Childs J C. waiter, 161 Front 
Chipchaco N. cabinet maker, 188 Monfc 
Chipman C. cor Clay and Sansome 
Chipman J S. attorn ey-at-law, 161 Mont 
Chipman Nelson, grocer, 11 Commercial 
Chipman C k co. contractors, cor Clay k 

Sansome 
Chipman & Freelon, attorneys, 161 iSIont 
Chipman, Bourne k co. grocers, 11 Coml 
Choate D S. miller, 78 Pacific 
Choate G R. tinman, 122 Sansome 
Choate k Bostwick, stoves, 122 Sansome 
Chretien J. Candles, 313 Dupont 
Christal Michael, merchant, 117 Jackson 
Christal, Cornen k co. 117 Jackson 
Christie S P. com mer, 8 Empire Block 
Christy Jas. blacksmith, 176 Mission 
Christy S. merchant, 96 Jackson 
Church E W. banker, 184 Montgomery 
Church I S. bds Tehama 
Churchill A. carman. Battery cor Clay 
Churchward Jas. blacksmith, 36 First 
ChurchAvard J. drayman, Cal Eng house 
Christian R. silk dyer, 296 Sansome 
Chyling, china mer, 188 Washington 
Cienza V. clerk, 314 Stockton 
Cipriani F. merchant, 122i California 
Cipriani Leonetto, Sard Consul, Sutter n 

Dupont 
Cissna J C. merchant, 28 Commercial 
Cissna k co. clothing, 28 Commercial 
Clagg E H. auctioneer. 73 Battery 
Clabamus J. meat, 10-12 Pacific market 
Clapp Caleb, clerk, 153 Commercial 
Clapp M. builder, 278 Jackson 
Clapp Saml L. bowling, 109 Merchant 
Clapp k Kimball, bowling, 109 Merch 
Clarick G. miner's exchange, 6 Com 
Clark Mrs. boarding, 42i First 
" A. dressmaker, 298 Pacific 
" Andrew, wood yard, Union c Dupt 
" C L. 206 Clay 
" E Z. auct k comission 96 Clay 
" Hiram, attorney-at-law, h 164 Mis 
" Hiram, com mer, 2 Sacramento 
" Hiram P. notary public, 135 Mont 
" Henry, trader, 13 Minna 
" H C, aitorney-at-law, 135 Mont 
" J. attorney-at-law, 159 Clay 
« J. 211 Clay 
" Jas. bar, 97 Kearny 
" John G. clerk post office 



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Clark J H. ship joiner, 36 First 
" J M. boards Tehama 
" John R. machinist, 100 Pine 
" Jas S. livery stable, 99 Kearny 
" P B. hardware, 125i Sansorae 
" P G. daguerrean, 138 Montgomery 
" R. architect, 152 Pacific 
" Wm G, furniture, 1 Battery 
" Wra H. attorney-at-law, 90 Merch 
" Wm. laborer, Rincon pt n Horrison 
" Wm S. merchant, Clark's point 
Clarke E St Clair, insp cus U S barge 

office 
Clarke G M. furniture, 1 Battery 
Clarke John, mason, 140 Bush 
Clarke Jas H. boarding, 224 Stockton 
Clarke Smythe, city treas. City Hall 
Clark & CO. P B hardware, 122J San 
Clark k, Colegrove, Hvery, 99 Kearny 
Clark & Wheeler, attorneys, 90 Merchant 
Clark, Taylor & Beckh, attys, 159 Clay 
Classen J'M. engraver, 166 Clay 
Classen Louis, saloon, 216 Jackson 
Claussen Susan, washing, 53 Kearny 
ClaussenE B. grocer, 143 Jackson " 
Claughley J A. pohceman, 244 Dupont 
Clay T H. carpenter, 24 First 
CJaytoa E D. clerk, custom house 
" H C. clerk, 85 Commercial 
" H J. saloon, 148 Commercial 
" John, butcher, 90 Pacific 
Cleary John, bar, 167 Montgomery 
Clement E B. Aveigher, U S custom house 
" Eliza, boarding, 239 Clay 
*• Joseph, dept co recorder, Merh 
Clemford J H. bar, 10 California 
Clerk W F. druggist, 20 Sacramento 
Cleurry John, harness maker, 67 Mont 
Cleveland D B. 20 Melius 
Clifford George, com mer, 134 Clay 
Clifford & CO. G com mer, clothing etc. 

134 Clay 
Cling, Andrew, tailor, 76 Pacific 
Cloak Dnniel, machinist, Folsom cor Beale 
Cloud W J. laborer, 76 Pacific 
Cloudman J D. artist. Merchant 
Clyde R S. conveyancer, 162 Montgomery 
Coad Henry, actr Adelphi, h 255 Clay 
Coats Christopher, teamster, Clark's Pt 
Cobb Chas. barber, 26 Coml 
Cdbb H A. auction & com mer, 63 Sac, 

h 179 Stockton 
Cobb Richard, laborer. Sidney Valley 
Cobb, fish, 27 Pacific Market 



Cobb &. CO. nuc &, com mer, 63-67 Sac 
Cobourn Geo. teamster, 26 First 
Coburn Thos. tailor, 88 Battery 
Cochituate Baths, 57 Sansome 
Cochrill Christ, fmniture, 84 Mont 
C^ddinglon Wm H. butcher, 111 Kearny 
C^dy John, ship carpenter, Fremont n 

Folsom 
Cody Michael, wine merchant, 200 Pac 
Coe Cyrus, shipjoiner, Rincon Point 
Coffee G W. Verandah saloon, 182 Kear; 
Coffin E. ship master, 50 Minna 
Coffin Gilbert, soda manftr, 384 Stock 
Coffin Jas. book-keeper, 120 Mont 
Coffin Rufus, shipping brokr, 145^ Front 
Coffin c5* CO. shipping brokrs, 145.^ Front 
Cogan Thos. messenger, 197 Wash 
Cogen Richard, 239 Clay 
Coggshell J. grocer, 8 Cala 
Coghill J H. Tehama Hotel, Sansome 
Coghill A J. merchant, 115 Battery 
Coghill Jas H. merchant, 115 Battery 
Coghill Wm N. merchant, 115 Battery 
Coghill & CO. Jas H. merchts &, jobbers, 

115 Battery 
Cogswell A G. laborer Bonded Ware- 
house, Market st wharf 
Cogswell H D. dentist, 209 Wash 
Cogswell J P. tin & sht iron wkr, 22 Sac 
Cohan Henry, merchant, 148 Wash 
Cohen Adolph, imp watches. 173^ Sans 
Cohen Alfred A. merchant, 154 Sans 
Cohen Hermann, broker, 100 Battery 
Cohen S. tailor, 270^ Dupont 
Cohn B. dry goods, 261^ Dnpont 
Cohn John, gents' furnishing store, 177 

Washington 
Cohn Morris, imp tobac ^ segs, 159 Saa 
Cohn W. clothier, 71 Coml ^ 

Cohn, Mayer & co. imptrs <fe dealers in! 

tobacco, 159 Sansome 
Coit B B. physician, 228 Wash 
Coit &. Beals, com mer, 115 Battery 
CokerE. blacksmith, 118 Front 
Colcord P. vegetables, 13-15 Pac Mkt 
Cole A W. bds Clay c Pike 

" Austin, porter, Griffin's wharf 

" B. poiter, 52 Mont 

" G H S. shipping office, 153^ Front I 

" John Q.. com mer, 65 Davis, h 128 i 
Broadway 

" R. physician, Mont n Broadway 

" R B. 48 Melius 

"RE. dentist, 197 Clay 

« Rufus, bds 52 Mont 



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Co\e (fc CO. J Q com mer, 65 Davis 
" &> Finney, dentists, 197 Clay 
" & Nagle, shipiig office, 152^ Front 
'• <fc Parsons, dentists, 197 Clay 
" A rowsmith & co. Front n Coral 
Colbam MrsS. boys' clothing, 140 Sac 
Colgrove John S. livery stable, 99-101 

Kearny 
Coleman D R. blcaksmith, 173 Front, h 
78 Pacific 
" Ed. clothier, 89 Coml 
" Hugh, drayman, 80 Pine 
" Jas, soda manufr, 384 Stock 
" Jas. printer, 45 Pike 
" L. saloon, 49i iMont 
" Wm T. impr &. wholesale gro 

cer, 56 California 
" &. CO. W T imprs & wholesale 
grocers, 56 Gala 
Colliam Jas. bar, Clark's Point 
Collier Jas M. Cochitnate Baths, 57 San 
Collier R H Dr. 325 Stockton 
Collignon H S. saloon, 236 Clay 
Collins Chas J. hatter, 157 Coml 
" Chester, machinist, 69 First 
" Conrad, pattern maker, 69 First 
" E. druggist, 164 Mont 
" H W. wheelwright,, 105^ Kearny 
" ' R W. real estate broker, 266 Clay 
" S M. hotel, 112 Montgomery 
" S W. com mer, 66-68 Battery 
" S H, com mer, 66-68 Battery 
" Cushman & co. com merchants, 
66-68 Battery 
Collins &. Taylor, hatters, 157 Coml 
CoUyer P H. physician. 325 Stockton 
Colman Asa, ship master, 399 Powell 
Colsgrove Henry, merchant, 13 Pike 
Columbian Hotel, 119 Pine 
Columbia House, Battery n Clark's Pt 
Colvin A H. merchant, 68 Pacific 
Comb D W M. Tehama Hotel 
Comins, P B. gun smith, 125 Coml 
Commercial Job Printing Office, 159 

Montgomery 
Commercial Wharf, bet Broadway and 

Vallejo, Clarks Point 
Commissioner of Emigrants Office, 92 

Jackson 
Compens Peter, barber, 130 Mont 
Compton Chas S. merchant, 160 Clay, h 

230 Stockton 
Comstock George, merchant, 65 Cala. h 

151 Stockton 
Condon John, printer, 210 Washington 



Cone Addis, tailor, 237 Dupont 
Conker E. blacksmith, 110^ Front 
Conklin J P. printer, 210 Wash 
Connell Michael, laborer, 233 Stockton 
Conner Ed. proprietor &, editor, 210 Wash 
Conningham George, inspector customs, 

167 Washington 
Connolly J J. clothier, 31 Coml 
Conrad C. fruit dealer, 123 Wash 
Conrad W H. translator, 200 Washington 
Conray Miss S. boarding, 322 Dupont 
Conroy James C. iron & steel, 139-141 

143 Sansome 
Conroy P. physician, 125| Pacific 
Conroy John, trader, 34 Webb 
Conroy &, O'Connor, iron and steel, 139- 

141-143 Sansome 
Conway James, engineer. Market Whf 
Coogan Richard, teamster, 269 Clay 
Cook C. Rassette House, 

" Charles, bricklayer, 306 Pacific 
" Charles W. banker, 185 Kearny, h 

165 Stockton 
" Charles, grocer, 335 Dupont 
" Edward, butcher, 281 Dupont 
" Elias, clerk, 19 Battery 
" Elisha, atty at law, 135 Mont 
" M M. sail maker, 27 Sacramento 
" Mrs. boarding, 15 Sansome 
" O. mercht, 97 Jackson 
" W P. musician, 155 Kearny 
" Folger&. CO. oil works, 114 B'way, 
office 123 Sansome 
Cooke Geo Lewis, mercht, 130 Cala 
" Joseph J. mercht, 130 Cala 
" Bro's &. CO. merchts, 130 Cala 
•' Geo W. oil works, office 123 San 
" &. CO. O. merchts 97 Jackson 
Coolidge, J A. lumber yard, 57 Pine 
Coombs J J. storage, 17 California 
Cooper Ed M. bricklayer, 306 Pacific 
" Frank, broker, 144 Montgomery 
" Rose, boarding, 208 Dupont 
" Wm M. clerk, 30 California 
Coper Edward, blacksmith, 405 Powell 
Copcrton John, under sheriif. City Hall 
Copp Miss A. millinery, 151 Sacramento 
Coray Owen, shoemaker, 322 Sac 

" Miss S. boarding, 320 Sacramento 
Corbert Edward, porter house, 16 First 
Corbett John, waiter, 85 Sansome 

" Wm. J. P. Mission Dolores 
Corbiniere, M restaurant, 129 Coml 

" & CO. M restaurant, 129 Coml 

Corbin Abel, Franklin Hotel 



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Cordier E. banker, 176 Montgomery 
Cordes E C. importers, 91 Wash 

" Steffens & co. impts, 91 Wash 
Cordora A bar, 203 Pacific 
Cords J J. grocer, 98 Kearny 
Correa M A. 94 Baitery 

" & Bahnsen, com mer, Bat c Clay 
Corkin Thomas, blacksmith, 61 First 
CorneHus B. llassette House 
Cornell A J. saloon, 89 Washington 

'• John V. artist & painter, 139 San 
Cornen Peter, merchant, 117 Jackson 
Corneps B F. grocer, 359 Powell 
Cornish H C. (col'd) boot maker. 186 

Washington 
Cornwell Benj. liquors, Market st whf 

" J H. butter ^' eggs, 14 Pac mkt 
Coroner's office, 202 Sacramento 
Correll J J. furniture dealer; 212 Wash 
Corrigan J P. com mer, 142 Mont 
Corse Willis, bar, 219 Clay j 

Cost Col J A. naval officer, C H I 

Costillo James, shipwright, 5 Drum j 

Costello Jeremiah, butcher. 281 Dupont 

" M. bar, 125 Pacific 
Cotter John, notary public, 162| Mont 
Couch Henry J. clerk, 1 95 Kearny 
Curtis Thos. com mer, 116 Cala, h cor 

Bush & Dupont 
Courts .John AV. clerk, 177 Clay 
Covillard A. clerk, Post Office 
Co well J. merchant, 157 Sansome \ 

" &- CO. merchants, 157 Sansome 
Cowing Turner, water-works, 90 Pine 
CowperW H. insp customs. Barge Office 
Cox Henry, draper, 224 Stockton 

" R M. clerk, 111 Commercial 

*• Sully, (col'd) liquors, 218 Kearny 
Cox CO. & A. (col'd) ren'v, 173.^ Wash. 
Coxsetter L P. shipmaster, 334 Powell 
Coy A. hay & grain, 36 Sansome 

" H C. 35 Sansome 

" & CO. 33 Sansome 
Craig Martha, milliner, 246 Clay 

" Peter, carpenter, 161 Battery 

" Thomas, cigars, 161 Kearny 
Craig (Annis C. & co.) Battery cor Pac 
Cramer Vincent, importer, 139 Sac 

" Rambach & co. impts, 139 Sac 
Crandall J B. stage office, Cal Exchange, 

h 32 Pike 
Crandall Jos R. cabinet mkr. 145 Kearn 
" Jos. fish stall, 26-28 Pac mkt 
" & Jones, fish stalls, 26-28 Pac 

market 



Crane C H dentist, 189 Clay 

" J M. editor, 123 Montgomery 
'• John, clerk C C, City Hall 
Cranska Wm H. insp customs. 197 Wash 
Crawford James, accountant, 104 Front 
Crawley David, mechanic, 290 Pacific 
Creamer Aaron, barber, 152 Montgomery 
Creigh J D. atty at law, 150 Mont 

"• jr J D. 150 Montgomery 
Creery Joshua J. surveyor. City Hall 
Crew A H. clerk, 171 i Sansome 
" A H. clerk, 160 Mont, h Dupont 
" Wm. trader, Dupont n Filbert 
Crocker Joseph B. hatter, 179 Clay, h 

36 First 
Crockett J B. atty at law, 90 Merchant 

" 4* Wells, attys at law, 90 Mcht 
Crolby John, bds 138 Mission 
Crole Peter, laborer, Clark's Point 
Crogan Thomas, messenger, C H 
Croms W H V. merchant, 160-162 San 
Cromwell R G (col'd) barber, 132 Contl 
Cronheim A. clothing, 83 Pacific 

" & CO. clothing. S3 Pacific 
Cronin Daniel, furnishing store, 159 Mont 

" & CO, furnishing store, 159 Mont 
Crooks John, butcher, 5 Commarcial 
" J B M. oil dealers, agents N Bed- 
foud oil CO., 96 Jackson 
Crooks W B. insp customs, h 229 Clay 
Crosby Chas W. com mer, 111 Bat 
" EC. counsellor-at-law, 160 Clay 
" H T. blacksmith, Clark's Point 
" Diblee & co, com mer, 111 Bat 
Crose Henry, orderly U S A. 31 Leids 
Cross Alfred, com mer, 155 Battery 
" Chas A. tailor, 199 Washington 
" cf CO, com mer, 155 Battery 
Crouch Jas, moulder, Mark st wharf 
Crowe A. Uquor, 1551 Sacramento 
Crowell D C. discharging elk, 17 ComI 
" E B. druggist, 151 Commercial 

jf CO, E B, druggists, 151 Coml - 
" (} II. dentist, 24 Sansome 
Crown H. segar dealer, 64 Commercial 
Crowther G T. liquors, 35 Leidsdorfif 
Croxton Richard, bar, 52 Broadway , 

Crozier Martin, clerk, 185 Kearny 
Crummill John, butcher, 186 Jackson , 
Cullons P. laborer, 76 Pacific , 

Culver S M. hotel, 47 Pacific 

" & Mosshier, hotel, 47 Pacific , 

Culverwell S. carpenter, 334 Powell 
Cummings G P. architect, 152 Mont ( 



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Cumings H K. merchant, 73 Jackson 
Cumings & Phillips, com mer, 73 J Jack 
Cummiskey John, liquors, 126 Sansome 
Cuneff John, drayman, 316 Powell 
Cuiidell J T. shipping office, 2 Com 
" & CO, shipping office, 2 Com 
CuneH R. broker, 80 Battery 
Cunningham Grove, insp customs, Barge 

office 
Cunningham John, cook, 35i Pacific 
Cunningham's wharf, bet Vallejo & Green 
Cunon Adam, 146 Commercial 
Curell R. broker, 80 Battery 
Currier C.^ blacksmith, 164 California 
Curry Chas. clerk, 55 Commercial 

" S. carpenter, 262 Jackson 
Curtis H F. shipping mer, 15 Sac 
" Jas F. ship chandlery, 38 Com 
" Jos R. assayer, 142 Commercial 
" Thos. merchant, 136 Bush 
Curtis <f Spinney, shipping offi 15 Sac 
" Perry & Ward, U S Assay Office, 
142 Commercial 
Curtius N. liquor mer, 140 Clay 
Cushing Miss, boarding house, 68 Mont 
" J M. butcher, 311 Stockton 
" J B. bds 36 First 
" V. pilot steamer Kate Kearny 
Cushman Chas D. importer, 55 Front 
Cushman & co, (Collins) 55 Front 
Cutter Dan'l jr. 88 Broadway 
" H G. com mer, 87 Pacific 
" J H. com mer, 128 California 
" & CO, H F. grocer, 87 Pacific 



Dacau John, clothing, 119 Pacific 
Dade Jacob, tailor, Cunningham's wharf 
Dahlman Chas. clothing, 75 Coml 
Dacondin A. grocer, 205 Pacific 
Dagget Israel, laborer, Cunghm's wharf 
Dale Abner, mason, Clark's Point 
Dali Jas. E. merchant, 74 Gala 
Dall John H. carpenter, 155 Slockton 
Dall Austin & co. 74 California 
Dallam A. bdg 44 First 
Dallehanty John, soda Avater, 399 Powl 
Dally F. tinman, 229 Clay 
Dally Richard, painter, 151 Clay 
Dally & Robinson, painters, 151 Clay 
Dalton D. laborer, Sidney Valley 
Daly Francis, blacksmith, 221 Stockton 
Daly James, grocer, Bcale c Folsom 



Daly Jones, laborer, 35 Webb 
Daly Patrick, waiter, Cunnghm's wharf 
Daly Thos. waterman, Stock n Filbert 
Dastas C. baker, 313 Dupont 
Dam Alphonso, hair dresser, 57 Sansome 
Dam G \V. hair dresser, 57 Sansome 
Damson Ed. Rassette House 
Damson George, Rassette House 
Dana A C. merchant, 115 Battery 
Dana Frcd'k L. merchant, 115 Battery 
Dana Henry F. merchant, 115 Battery 
Dana Julia, milliner, 184 Clay 
Dana AVm A. merchant, 115 Battery 
Dana Bros & co. com mer, 115 Battery 
Danfair, Thew &, co. liquors, 80 San 
Danglada D. Mexican goods, 169 Wash 
Daniel Chas P. clerk, 127 Sansome 
Daniels Jos, agent, 343 Powell 
Darby J. butcher, 98 Broadway 
Darce Wm C. drayman, 73 Broad wny 
Darlington A. trader, Harrison n Beale 
Darlmgton Mary, 220 Dupont 
Darrah M. laborer, Sidney Valley 
Darrow J C. stoves, 113 Battery 
Dates W H. bleacher, 96 Jackson 
Dauchey Geo K. clerk, 173 Sansome 
Daugherty as. blacksmith, 16 Pacific 
Daugny E. importer, 172 Montgomery 
Davega B F. dry goods, 188 Clay 
Davenport W H merchant, 115 Battery 
Davenport W. blacksmith, 69 First 
David Jules, merchant, 134 Clay 
David J D. merchant, 133 Dupont 
David Samuel, tailor, 237 Dupont 
David jr V. liquors, 86 California 
Davids W H. clerk, 100 Battery 
Davidson B. banker, 133 Montgomery 
Davidson D. mdze broker, Mont c Sac 
Davidson G R. clerk C H, h 145 Dupont 
Davidson J. clerk, 177 Clay 
Davidson John, mdze broker, Monte Sac 
Davidson L R. clothing, 83 Pacific 
Davidson, Brothers & co. Mont c Sac 
Davies J P. grocer <fc wine mer, 135 Front 
Davies S. furniture, 256 Clay 
Davis Andrew, hotel, 36 First 

" B G. com mer «fe agent, 126 San 

" Chas H. com mer, 50 Sansome 

" H. Isthmus Hotel, 36 First 

" Henry, shipping mer, 31 Pacific 

" Jas. clerk, 34 Sansome 

" Jas. carp, 45 Webb 

" John, blacksmith, 164 Cala 

" Jas. clothing, 61 Commercial 

" 'John, teamster, 141 Montgomery 

" John, Miners' Exchange, 6 Coml 



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Davis J E. mercyiant, 71 Battery 
" J H. drayman, 161 Front 
" J P. trader, 131 Washington 
" J W. hardware, 94 Cahfornia 
" L. jeweller, 228 Dupont 
" M C. bdg Battery n Vallejo 
" N R. hardware, 94 Gala 
" R. machinist, 69 First 
" R. drayman, Sansome c Pacific 
" S. cabinet maker, 257 Clay 
" S. shipmaster, 90 Pacific 
" R D W. auctioneer, 60 Gala 
" Wm. liquors, 104 Sansome 
" Wm. liquors, 172 Coml 
" Wm. H. laborer, 115 Kearny 
" Wm. carpenter, 42 Webb 
" (^ CO. hardware, 94 Galifornia 
" &. Oakley, liquors, 104 Saosome 
" & Rollins, auc & com, 60 Gala 
Davison A blacksmith, 129 Kearny 
Davison L. clerk, 22 Commercial 
Dawson R B. merchant, 148 Sansome 
Day John, carpenter, 26 First 
Day John, boatman, 26 First 
Day Jas A. laborer, Sidney Valley 
Day O F. clerk, 81 Jackson 
Dayley Jas. pilot, office Gunnghms whf 
Dazevedo Miss E. 206 Stockton 
Deamster T. drayman, 115 Commercial 
Dean E S. purser steamer Ohio 
Deane Jas. painter, Stoc n Lombard 
" Wm. painter, Stoc n Lombard 
" W H. clerk, 181 Commercial 
" Wm R. painter, 8 Sacramento 
Dearbourne W. teamster, Sidney valley 
Deary John, baker, 169 Sansome 
Debris Jas. moulder, 78 First 
Debreas AVm. moulder, 67 First 
De Bruyn Ouboter, merchant, 319 Stock 
De Cassins Mad. fortune teller, 308 Dapt 
De Chene R M. oyster saloon, 103 Com 
De Conclois Isidore, artiste, 195 Dupont 
De Conclois & Jardin, painters, 195 Dupt 
De Costa J N. grocer, 207 Pacific 
De Courcey John, hotel, 86 Pacific 
Defrees J. clothing, 81^ Commercial 
De Fremery J. consul of Mecklenberg, 

office 168 Commercial 
De Fremicourt R C A, h 404 Stockton 
Degroot A. agent, 2 Commercial 
Degroot John, clerk, 2 Commercial 
De Herpin J H. 242 Kearny 
De Lacroix P D D. grocer, 184 San 
De Lacru Antoine, 119 Commercial 
De Lacru Jose, 119 Commercial 



De Lamarco Pablo, boarding, 7 Com 
De La Montanya H. stoves, 141 Front 
De La Montanya J L A. stoves, 141 Fro 
De La Montanya M. stoves, 141 Front 
De La Montagnie J E, lumber, foot Gala 
De La Montagnie S E. merchant, 160 Gal 
Delaney C McC. city atty, 137 Moftt 
Delaney Michael, insp cus, barge office 
Delaney M. vet'ry surgeon, 252 Stockton 
Delanie H. 59 Kearny 
Delano Robt. caulker, Harrison n Spear 
Delanue G F. upholsterer, 198 Dupont 
Delany Sam'l, laborer, 15 Sansome 
Delavan John, pilot offi, Cunningham wh 
Delessert Eugene, banker, 176 Mont 
Delessert, Gordier & co, bankers, 176 

Montgomery 
De Long Francis, hardware, 63 Battery 
" Jas. hardware, 63 Battery 
" McNeil & CO, hardware, 63 Bat 
Delue B. confectioner, 162 Montgomery 
Demarest J D. physician, 99 Merchant 
Dempster C J. merchant, 113 Battery 
De Neufville H. jeweler, 228 Dupont 
Denman G L. genl agent, 2 Commercial 
j " Jas. teacher pub school No. 1 
Dennison Geo W. oil man, 114 Broadway 
" Mary 0. boarding, Dupt c Wash 
Dennissing Otto, blacksmith, 274 Stock 
Dennis M. butcher, 224 Sacramento 

'• W E. dock builder. Market 
Denny J W. painter, 143 Washington 

" Mrs. milliner, 184 Clay 

" S T. painter, 161 Battery 
Denslow Chas E. pubhsher, 160 Mont 

" M. pubhsher, 160 Montgomery 
Denyer R. V. market, 27 Bush 
j Denjer & Gray, market, 27 Bush 
! Depierris H. physician, 93 Montgomery 
Depuis Henri, 10-12 Pacific market 
Deputron J. builder. Wash n Powell 
De Profentine J R D. editor, 76 Pacific 
Derbec Etiene, editor Echo du Pacifique, 

210 Washington 
Derby J C. broker, 269 Jackson 
Derby L J. foundrj^, 58 Halleck 
Derham Bart, flour merchant, 132 San 
Derham B. baker, 382 Stockton 
Deriberpie M. engraver, 58 Kearny 
Dei'rick A. renovator, 213 Galifornia 
Dersan P. lavmdry, rear 277 Stockton 
Desau J H. baker, Stockton n Lombard 
Desmond Mrs. boarding, 187 Jackson 
Despecher A. merchant, 151 INIontgomery 



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Desroziers E. grocery, 78 Battery 
Desroziers & co, E, grocery, 78 Battery 
Desvarennc Emanuel, 294 Stockton 
Devalin Wm H. stevedore, 10 Gala 
Devarenne Emile, grocer, 90 Kearny 
Devaux Pierre, 231 Dupont 
Devers J. waitei, ll.'^ Commercial 
Devitt D M. clerk, naval offi, 197 Wash 
Devoe G H. imp liquors, 173 Sansome 
Devoe J B. publisher Times and Tran- 

152 Clay 
Dewey S L. 49 Washington 
Dewey S P. notary public, 137 Cala 
De Witt Alfred, com mer, 189 Sansome 
De Witt & Harrison, com mer, 189 San 
De Wolf E. clerk Post Office 
Dexter Chas, 211 Clay 
Dexter H S. engraver, 134 Clay 
De Zornoza, doctor, 135 Pacific 
Dibblee Albert, com mer. 111 Battery 
Dicand Jos, grocer, 290 Battery 
Dick David, baker, 356 Powell 
Dickey Geo S. drugs, 120 Sansome 
Dickey John P. porter, Griffin's warehse 
Dickey ^fc Hodge, drugs, 180 Sans 
Dickinson A. hatter, 141 Kearny 
Dickson L W. stone cutter, 36 First 
Dickson H W. com mer, 67 Sacramento 
Dickson, De Wolf & co, com mer, 67 Sac 
Dicosta A. steward, steamer Sophie 
Diel Valentine, grocer, 29 Montgomery 
Dietz Geo. chemi'Cal oil, 187 Mont 
Deitz J W. chemical oil, 187 Mont 
Deitz ^ CO, G, chemical oil, 187 Mont 
Deitzler G W. saddler, 147 Sansomo 
Dillon Chas. wheelwright, 91 Kearny 
Dillon Michael, treasurer Amer Theatre, 

house 34 Pike 
Dillon P W. stone yard, 121 Pine 
Dillon Thos. hardware, 3 battery 
Dillon P. French consul. Jack cor Mason 
Dimock & co N. liquors, 140 Clay 
Dimon J S. clothier, 170 Clay 
Dimmick A D Mer. 78 Pacific 
Dimmick Henry, blacksmith, 203 Kearny 
Dirking A. watchmaker, 58 Pacific 
Divier Wm. street commissioner, city hall 
Dwindle J W. attorney, 90 Merchant 
Dixon G. gardener, 286 Pacific 
Dixon H. ship carpenter, 8 IMellus 
Dixon John, waiter, 36 First 
Dixy Francis, tailor, 195 Clay 
Dobridge A. drayman, 97 Clay 
Dobson John, 8t<?ne yard, 121 Pine 



Dock Levi, lumber, 343 Stockton 
Dockerty Thos. broker, 3 Commercial 
Dodd John, clerk, 185 Kearny 
Dodd S L. tinman, 44 Sacramento 
Dodd W S. real estate, 303 Dupont 
Dodd & Buckman, tinmen, 44 Sacremento 
Dode Dierk, lodgings, 50 Commercial 
Dodge C A. paper hanger, 206 Mont 
Dodge H L. attorney, 90 Merchant 
Dodge R K. clerk. 111 Commercial 
Dodge R K D. 45 Pike 
Doe J S. cabinet maker, 44 Sansome 
Does 0. jeweler, 128 Montgomery 
Doerger Wm. turner, 212 Washington 
Doherty Jas. drayman, Yallejo cor Bat 
Dolan P. boarding, 57 Pacific 
Dolan W B. 1st Ward House 226 Kear 
Dolan & Farlay, First Ward House, 226 

Kearny 
Dole J S. boots, 73 Commercial 
Dole S G. shoes, rear 100 Pine 
Dole y C. clerk, 5 Broadway 
Dolheguy A. com mer, 118 Sansome 
Dolheguy B. com mer, 118 Sansome 
Dolheguy G. com mer, 118 Sansome 
Dolheguy & Brothers, com mer, 118 San 
Dolin John, fish, Harrisonn Spear 
D'Olivera E. physician, 315 Pacific 
Doll Bart, carpenter, 39 Mission 
Doll G M. tinman, 150 Clay 
Dolson Wm. hatter, 150 Commercial 
Domett C H. pilot office, 16 Sacramento 
Domett W E. pilot office, 16 Sacramento 
Donelly B. policeman, 144 Dupont 
Donelly Ed. grain, 192 Kearny 
Donelly Patrick, messenger, custom house 
Donelly & Lincoln, grain, 192 Kearny 
Donahue John, moulder, 53 First 
Donaldson Wm. bds Franklin hotel 
Donohue J A. dry goods, 95 Sansome 
Dohahue J. boarding, 45 Pike 
Donohue James, Union foundry. First st 
Donohue Michael, Union foundry. First 
Donohue Peter, Union foundry. First 
Donohue Thos. Union foundry, First 
Donohue Patrick, porter, 326 Powell 
Donephan W. Battery n Vallejo 
Don Jean, baker, 262 Jackson 
Donyekayo China mer, 185 Sacramento 
Dooiittle W G. fancy goops, 147 Kearny 
Doran John, 130 Bush 
Dore Morris, wine mer, 175 Sansome, h 

312 Jackson 
Dore & Ross, wine mer, 175 Sansome 



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Dormody W. Rassette House 

Dorr J A. baker, 169 Sansomo 

Dorr P. laborer, 100 Broadway 

Dorr R S. merchant, 41 battery 

Dorr Thos. tailor, 168 Clay 

Dorris B F. tinman, 33 Leidsdorff 

Dorsey M. 215 Montgomery 

Dorsch M P. tinman, 208 Montgomery 

Doscano S, bar, 231 Pacific 

Doss F. upholsterer, 90 Kearny 

Doucett HP. wood yard, 311 Stockton 

Dougherty R. insp cus, barge office 

Dougherty Wm. ship carpenter, 30 Cal 

Douglass Alexander, tailor, Stockton near 

Greenwich 
Douglass C. bar, 231 Pacific 
Douglass jr J F. insp customs, barge offi 
Douglass G W. imp wines, 95 California 
Douglass H L. imp wines, 95 CaUfomia 
Douglass & CO, imp wines, 95 California 
Dow G W. musician, 155 Kearny 
" J G, merchant, 88 California 
•' John, liquors, 47 Battery 
•' James, liquors, 47 Battery 
" Thomas A. com mer, 41 Battery 
'' Wm H. 47 Battery, h 34 Minna 
"' 4* CO- co^^ "^6^5 4 Maynard's row, 

California 
" &. CO. James, liquor imp, 47 Bat 
" <fc McGruer, com mer, 41 Battery 
Dowance Henry, cook, 44 Montgomery 
Dowance H J bds Tehama 
Dowbridge A. diayman, 118 Pine 
Downer A J. com mer, 52 Front 
Downer T D. pilot, Cunghm's wharf 
Downey G. shoe maker, Sidney Valley 
Dowling M. carman, stds 196 Clay 
Dows G. liquors, 155 Washington 
" J, liquors, 159 Front 
" James, imp wines, 93 Cala 
" John, imp wines, 93 Cala 
" J C. com mer, 140 Sansome 
" J D. grocer, 81 Wash, h 30 Minna 
" S. liquors, 134 Commercial 
" & CO. liquor imptrs, 93 Cala 
" ^* CO. G. liquors, 155 Wash 
" 4* ^^- J- i™P wines, 85 Cala 
" (|- CO. J D. grocers, 81 Wash 
Doyle Mrs. bar, 270 Pacific 
Doyle E G. boarding, Beale n Folsom 
Doyle Patrick, 229 Clay 
Doyle Peter, painter, 270 Pacific 
Doyle Thos. drayman, 81 Pine 
Drake A P. cook. Battery Hotel 
Drake S A. liquors, 91 Jackson 



Draker Auguste, barber, 98 Pacific 
Dreshfield H. dry goods, 92 Mont 
Drever F. seaman, 60 First 
Drew George, stoves, 122 Dupont 
Drew G E. stoves, 117 Sansome 
Drexel, Sather ^ Church, bankers, 134 

Montgomery 
Drilland S. restaurant, 204 Washington 
Drouin E. cook, 3 13 Dupont 
Drought H. merchent, 186 Dupont 
Drummond D W. laborer, 140 Pine 
Drunert J H. com mer, 94 Cala 
Duane Chas. hotel, 150 Kearny 
Dubois A. agent, 115 Commercial 
Dubois Joshua, laborer, Sidney Valley 
Dubois & CO. A. restaurant, 112 Coml 
Dubosq Guil, boots, 156 Commercial 
Dubourdien B. restaurant, 63 Kearny 
Dubs E. ship master, 267 Powell 
Dudley E Jeweller, 128 Montgomery 
Dudley G L. insp customs, Barge Office 
Duer jr John, clerk naval office, C H 
Duff James, builder, 29 Minna 
Duff J R. lumber, 39 Battery 
Duffee Henry, baker, 356 Powell 
Duffee Mrs. milliner, 280 Dupont 
Duffy James, sawyer, Market n First 
Duffy Patrick, policeman, 244 Dupont 
Dufour Urbin, 161 Commercial 
Dugan John, painter, 15 LiedsdorfF 
Duglass Wm. butcher, 98 Pacific 
Dugueny Maria, game, 18 N W Market 
Duguesnay A G L, cigars, 199 Wash 
Duisenberg Chas. importer, 50 Front 
Dulaw J. laborer, Dupont n Filbert 
Dulip J P. grocer, 313 Dupont 
Dulip John, Vallejo n Dupont 
Dumartheray F. Irving honse 
Dumartheray &, co. 158 Montgomery 
Dumontier E. merchant, 408 Powell 
Du Montier, actor, Adelphi 
Dummitt E J. U S weigher, C H 
Duncan A. blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Duncan John, boatman, Market n Front 
Duncan J C auc. 111 Commercial 
Duncan Wm. book-keeper, 195 Kearny 
Duncan WL. auc. 111 Commercial 
Dungan AS. US Appraiser, 100 Cala 
Dunglison J R. clerk U S Sur Office, h 

235 Clay 
Dunlap M A boarding, n Powell 
Dunn A P. moulder, 69 First 
Dunn C. carpenter, Minna n Jane 
Dunn James, lamps, 166 Mont 
Dunn James, merchant, 84 Broadway 
Dunn James, blacksmith, 15 Com! 



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V 51 



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Dunn John, boiler maker, 78 First 
Dunn John, grocer, Minna n Jane 
Durui John, machinist, 61 First 
Dunne James, flour, 1()4 Sansome 
Dunne Peter, flour, 1(34 Sansome 
Dunne tf* co. flour, 164 Sansome 
Dunuigan John, laborer, 26 First 
Dunning J A. laborer, 229 Clay 
Dunstan Henry, laborer, Sidney Valley 
Duplex C. barber, 98 Commercial 
Dupot John, cook, 115 Commercial 
Dupouget E. 143 Commercial 
Dnpouy Sylv. merchant, 238 Pacific 
Du Pratt J J. merchant, 62 Front 
Diipuy A. attorney, 98 Merchant 
Dupuy E C. 128 Kearny 
Dupny, Foulks »^' co. attorneys, 98Mcht 
Dupuy, Foulkes & co. com mer, Battery 

n .Tack son 
Dural Caroline, ln5 Dupont 
Durand A. tailor, 226 Dupont 
Durane J. clerk, 145 Kearny 
Duran W H. produce, 134 Clay 
Daren W H. produce, 4 Commercial 
Durken Patrick, grocer, 17 Battery 
Durkin A. policeman, 244 Dupont 
Durosa Wm. striker, Beale c Folsom 
Dussol G. clerk, 122 California 
Dusten M N, laborer, 36 First 
Dutch Eben, laborer, 99 Kearny 
Dursch M P. tinmai^ 208 Mont 
Dye W G. printer. 

Dyer John, lodgings, 19 Commercial 
Dyre A F. batcher, 195 Commercial 



Eagan i S. sign painter, 100 Sansome, 

and 153 Commercial 
Eagar A. porter, 181 Front 
Eager Tlios, butcher, 48 First 
Eagle James, carpenter, 169 California 
Eagle Soap Works, 19 Minna 
Fames E A. real estate agent, 137 Mont 
Earl David, carpenter, 79 Montgomery 
Earles E B. merchant, 22 Commercial 
Earl E M. provision mer, 84 Clay 
Earle Geo. lumber dealer, 68 California 
Earl J 0. provision mer, 84 Clay 
Earl Saml H. mason, 39 Montgomery 
Earl k co, provision mer, 84 Clay 
Eason Jeremiah, waiter, 85 Sansome 
Easterbrook A. soda manufac. 284 Stock 
Easterly Anthony, merchant, 145 Front 

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Easterly J B. tin, sheet iron and stoves 

124 Sacramento 
Easterly W. laborer, 81 Broadway 
Easterly & Brothers, stoves, 124 Sansome 
Eastlake Thos. lighterman, Rincon point 

near Beale 
Eastman Frank, printer, 186 Mont 
Eastman Henry, drayman, 115 Battery 
Eastman L D. waiter, 89 Sansome 
Eastman S C. laborer, 73 Kearny 
Eastman Wm. carpenter, 39 Montgomery 
Fastens James, cabinet maker, 127 Kear 
Eastons John, cabinet maker, 127 Kear 
Easton OUver W. dealer in oil, Commerc 

near Law's wharf 
Easton k Scouler, cab mkrs, 127 Kearny 
Eaton Maj A B. commissary of subsist- 
ence, li8 Cala h Second n Minna 
Eaton John, cook, 51 Commercial 
Eaton Jos L cook, 161 First 
Eaton J W. auct and com. o0-52 San 
Eaton W. laborer, 115 Kearny 
Ebbetts A M. com mer, 6o California 
Ebbetts Arthm-, merchant, 2C.9 Stockton 
Ebbetts E A. com mer, 60 California 
Ebbetts & CO, com mer, 60 ( /alifornia 
Ebeleth Dwight, importer, 172 Sansome 
Eberton Henry, horse sheer, 103 Kearny 
Ebetts Jas B. laborer, 51 Sansome 
Ecken Joseph, carriage maker, 92 Kear 
Eckhardt .lohn, mechanic, 15 Sansome 
Eckman Wm. 63 Kearny 
Ecker Geo 0. watchmaker, 144 Mont 
Eddie G M. com mer, 133 Front 
Eddie T R. police officer, 244 Dupont 
Eddie, Brown & co, com mer, 153 Front 
Eddington A. baker, 139 Mission 
Eddy O C. jeweler, 314 Stockton 
Eddy E W. merchant, 66 Sansome 
Eddy J C. bookkeeper, 85 Commercial 
Eddy J M. Franklin hotel 
Eddy P. public house, 118 Pacific 
Edey Thos B. waiter, 44 Montgomery 
Edgar Mrs A. dressmaker, 246 Clay 
Edgar David, clerk, 164 Clay 
Edgccomb W R. boatman. Commercial wf 
Edgerton E A. attorney, 129 California 
Edgerton James, shipping office, 3 Coml 
Edgerton & Kohler, shipping offi, 3 Coml 
Edlefsen Chas F. merchant, 138 Jackson 
Edson G. waiter, 195 Commercial 
Edson Thos. laborer, 81 Broadway 
I Edwards A S. com mer, 107 Battery 
I Edwards Anderson, printer, 186 Mont 



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Edwards D A. Mont baths, 161 Mont 
Edward H F. merchant, 77 Jackson 
Edwards J. attorney, 137 Montgomery 
Edwards Wm P. clerk, 46 Front 
Edwards & Bailey, merchants, 77 Jack 
Edwards & Taift, com mer, 107 Bat 
Egan Danl, shoemaker, ij'6 Montgomery 
Egan M. 36 First 

Eger E. crockery, 173 Montgomery 
Egery F M. Pacific foundry, 67 First 
Egery & Hinckley, Pacific foundry, 67 

First 
Ehrleih T. laborer, 380 Stockton 
Ehrlich Meyer, cigars, 128 Montgomery 
Eiche Dennis, bar, 61 Montgomery 
EisenD. shipping office, 44 Commercial 
Eisen F, shipping office, 44 Commercial 
Eisen & co, shipping office, 144 Coml 
Elam Robt H. com mer, 127 Jackson, h 

367 Powell 
Elderton Saml, boatman, 43 Commercial 
El Dorado Saloon, 194 Washington 
Eldridge John, insp cus, barge office 
Eldridge Joseph, grocer, 51 Sansome 
Eldridge K C. merchant, 62 California 
Eldridge J 0. auctioneer, 4 Maynard's 

Row, California 
Eldridge Levi, laborer, Sidney Valley 
Elfeldt E S. merchant, 126 Montgomery 
Elies Frank, clerk, 6 Commercial 
Elkins L. mer tailor, 181 Washington 
Elleard C M. saloon, south side Plaza 
Elliott A. express, 112 Pacific 
Elliott S F. physician, 68 Mont 
Elliott Thomas, book bindery, 159 Clay 
Ellis A J. 101 Merchant 
Ellis James, 211 Clay 
Ellis J C. laborer. Griffin's wharf 
Ellis J S. shipping office, 13 Sac 
Ellis L J. physician, 39 Sansome 
Ellis Moses, com mer, 104 Battery, h 
^ 248 Powell 

Ellis Wm. printer, 210 Washington 
Ellis cj* Pierce, com mer, 104 Battery 
Elwood H J. engraver, 79 Sansome 
Ely Alex, attorney, 90 Merchant 
Emeric Joseph, produce, 132 Front 
Emeric &. Tams, produce, 132 Front 
Emerson H. express, 4 Commercial 
Emerson Wm. carman, 33 Front 
Emery Joseph, drayman, 43 Sansome 
Emery Chas. sail maker, 267 Stockton 
Emery Hosea, carpenter, Obse'rty Hill 
Emery ship carpenter, 8 Melius 
Emmerson P. wheelwright, 89 Pine 



Emmet Chas F. attorney, 139 Coml 
Emmet P. painter, 45 Battery 
Emons Chas. laborer, Sidney Valley 
Emory Miss M. boarding, 235 Clay 
Empire City Line S S Office, 51 Davis 
Empire Oil Works, 87 Montgomery 
Enders John, pattern maker, Mkt n First i 
Engle D L mason, 76 Pacific 
Engles A J. com mer, 108 Front 
Engles J K. bds Tehama 
Engles, Hooper 4* co. com mer, 108 Front; 
English James, hotel, 35 Pacific 
English R. bar, 15 Ohio 
English Lawrence, baker, 356 Powell 
Englester H. carman, 83 Pine 
Ennis Wm. baker, 169 Sansome 
Enos K K. porter, 41 Sansome 
Enscoe John, drugs, 88 Battery 
Ensign E D. baker, 82 Pacific 
Ensign G H. lumber, 109 Merchant 
Ensign Samuel, painter, 76 Pacific 
Ensign <^ Wardwell, bakers, 82 Pacific 
Enttournartte J B. grocer, 224 Kearny 
En wood Geo. mechanic, 399 Powell 
Ernst Hermann, cigars, Clay n Leidsdff 
Erishsen J D. teamster, Clark's Point 
Escardon Philippa, boarding, 222 Dupt 
Esch Otto, importer, 157-159 Jackson 
Esche Reinhold, importer, 157-159 Jack 
Esche, Bros &- co. imptrs, 157-159 Jack 
Eschenburg John, merchant, 98 Front 
Eschenburg 4* Gallagher, merchts, 98- 

Front 
Esing, Chinese store, 198 Sacramento 
Esses J. coflee saloon, 228 Coml 
Essex House, Battery c Vallejo 
Estabrook W W. clerk, 85 Sansome 
Estelle Madame, dress maker, 158 Fronti 
Estnault A. cook, 85 Sansome 
Etheredge Geo. ostler, 99 Kearny 
Etten J F O. tailor, Observatoiy Hill 
Evans G. clothier, 79 Commercial 
Evans J B. constable, 229 Clay 
Evans Louisa, boarding, 79 Broadway 
Evans Nelson, \vheelwright, 298 Dupt 
Evans, actor, 211 Clay 
Evans Rev. Morris, editor, 248 Powell 
Evans Samuel, lighterman, 78 Pacific 
Evans G 4* C. clothiers, 79 Coml 
Eveillard Francois, saddler, 130 Kearny. 
Eveillard 4* Fredet, saddlers, 130 Kearn 
Eveleth H H C. com mer, 106 Battery 
Eveleth S C. merchants, 61 Battery 
Eveleth 6o co. merchants, 61 Battery 
Everett Albert, carpenter, 51 Coml 
Everett Thomas P. hatter, 176 Clay 



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Ewing Sarah, boarding, 216 Dupont 
Ewiiig Samuel, niachnst, Folsom c Beale 
Ewing W T. Dr., 78 Pacific 
Exchange Mechanics', 175 Pacific 
Exchange Merchants', 123 Sacramento 
Expert A. wines, 84-86 Sacramento 
Eyre Joseph, marine surveyor, 154 Front 



Faber John, laborer, Clark's Point 
Fabre H. wheelwright, 293 Stockton 
Fabre H. merchant, 408 Powell 
Faertsch C. butcher, 99 Kearny 
Fahey M J. painter, 351 Stockton 
Fair W D. attorney, 162 Montgomery 
Fairchild D W R. 229 Washington 
Fairchild John, artist, 229 Washington 
Fairchild S W. bds Tehama 
Fairfield H. cutlery, front 12 Com) 
Faisandieu Mad'm J A. drsmkr, 201Dupt 
Falkenstine Henry, clerk, 141 Conil 
Falkner Evelyn, merchant, 21 Melius 
Fallon Jos. 114 Montgomery 
Fallon Mai. saloon, 31 Pacific 
Fallon Jas. saloon, 31 Pacific 
Fallon <fc Gallagher, saloon, 31 Pacific 
Fancher Chas, H. com mer, 86 Sac 
Fargo C F. merchant, 65 California 
Farley Wm. saloon, 226 Kearny 
Farley Geo. painter, 28 California 
Farmer D B. carpenter, 114 Bush 

armer Geo, mason, 229 Clay 
Farmer Thos. laborer. 334 Dupont 
Farnljam Jas. porter, Cunghnis wharf 
Farnum J. printer, 127 Sacramento 
Farnum W H. flour ^^ groc. 66 Sac 
Farrall John, boarding, 132 Mission 
Farran J M. Rassette House 
Farran Robt. police oflice, 244 Dnpont 
Farran E S. Tehama 
Farrell Mrs. milliner, 29 Sansome 
Farrington J W. com mer, 99 Cala 
Farrington Jas. merchant, 10 LeidsdfF 
Farrington & Ludlum, com mer, 99 Cal 
Farrish Thos. E. clerk, 139 Mont 
Farwell J D. ship chandler, 38 Coml 
Farwell W B. publisher, 1 46 Mont 
Farwell & Curtis, ship chndlrs, 38 Coml 
Fassking Louis, shoe store. 163 Clay 
Faulkenstein H. clerk, 141 Coml 
Faulkner J M. importer, 73 Jackson 
Faulkner P R. 51 Davis 
Faures P. 197 Washington 
Faust A. watchmaker, 59 Kearny 
Fav C T. com mer, 85 California 



Fay, Pierce «fc Willis, 85 Cala 
Federall A. saloon, 287 Dupont 
Feeks John F. bookseller, 126 Corn 
Feigenbaum M. dry goods, 65 Leidsdfi' 
Feillet J M. blacksmith, 215 Jackson 
Fedheim Nathan, clerk, 125 Mont 
Fellows Hart, surveyor of port, C H 
Fenn F C. engraver, 203 Clay 
Fenno Jas. watchmaker, 160 Wash 
Fenno & Binhani, watchmakr, IGO Wash 
Fenton John, drayman, 90 Sans 
Fenton W B. laborer, Sidney Valley 
Fenwick Chas. lithograprs, 160 Wash 
Ferguson W M. teamster, 26 First 
Ferguson C. tax clerk, City Hall 
Ferguson J. ship carpenter, 8 Melius 
Fernandez San Jiu-ajo & co. merchts, 173 

Sansome 
Ferrall P B. merchant, 81 Clay 
Ferrall <fc co. P B merchants, 81 Clay 
Ferrares Rosa, saloon, 194 Pacific 
Ferreys l^ W. hack driver. 73 Kearny 
Ferri Jos. tailor, 98 Montgomery 
Ferri & co. tailors, 98 Montgomery 
Ferris B P. boarding, 107 Kearny 
Ferris Geo. merchant, 58 California 
Ferris, Holman t^* co. merchants, 58 Cala 
Fesq Joseph, cabinet maker, 212 Wash 
Fey T. teacher of music, 65 Mont 
Fick J H. shipsmith, 21 Drum 
Fick &. Phelps, shipsmiths, 21 Drum 
Fielas Riley, (col'd) barbs, 212 Kearny 
Field A E. butcher, 5 Commercial 
Field E M. mechanic, 33 Sansome 
Field J R. clerk, 127 Sansome 
Field Saml, waterman, Clark's Point 
Field S C. Boarding, 152 Pacific 
Fierro Felipe, merchant, 44 Davis 
Figaro Jesus, 292 Stockton 
Figelstock A. cigars, 128 Montgomery 
Figelstock & Ehrlich, 128 Mont 
Figel Joseph, furnishing store, 191 Clay 
Figel Samuel, clothing, 261 Clay 
Figel c5* Tuska, furnishg store, 191 Clay 
Findlay James, merchant, 16 Webb 
Finga Theodore, laborer, rear 406 Stock 
Finlay Jas. G. laborer, 19-21 Battery 
Finley J W. clerk C. H. 
Finn S. blacksmith, 31 Sansome 
Finnegan J C. tinsmith, 190 Kearny 
Finney C G. dentist, 197 Clay 
First Presbyterian Church, 305 & 307 

Stockton 
Fischer James, jeweller, 153 Kearny 
Fischer John, jeweller, 89 Kearny 
Fischer T. saloon, 121 Washington 



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Fischer & co. saloon, 121 Washington 
Fish R A. clerk, 129 Montgomery 
Fish Wm. printer, Clay n Dupont 
Fishbourn B. drayman, 83 Wash 
Fishbourne R W, lithographer, 16 Ohio 
Fisher B. clothier, 69 Commercial 
Fisher Geo. saloon, 203 Washington 
Fisher M. butcher, 183 Pacific 
Fisher M. market, 256 Stockton 
Fisher L P. newspapers. Wash n Dupt 
Fisher L W. teller, Page, Bacon &, co. 
Fisher Rafael, clothier, 69 Commercial 
Fisk Thos S. book-keeper, 99 Mont 
Fitch Geo K. editor, 152 Clay, h 301 

Stockton 
Fitch H S. broker & auc, 160 Mont, h 

188 Stockton 
Filch H T. Tehama 
Fitch N G. liquors, 72 Battery 
Fitch i& CO. broks &- auctrs, 160 Mont 
Fitch & Peltret, liquor dealers, 72 Bat 
Fitz Josiah, baker, 156 Powell 
Fitzgerald Ezeziel, imphrdwre, 100 Bat 
Fitzgerald Geo. H. imp hrdwre, 100 Bat 
Fitzgerald M. cabinet maker, hi Coml 
Fitzgerald & Baush, imp hardware, 100 

Battery 
Fitzgibbons J. carpenter, 61 First 
Flack Thos. drayman, 89 Broadway 
Flagg ]N. liquors, 54 Commercial 
Flaherty Michael, oilman, 1 14 Bdway 
Flanagan James, boot maker, 168 clay 
Flanagan Moses E. comr of emigrants, 

92 Jackson 
Flanders E W. 5 Drum 
Flashner M. bar, 121 Clay 
Flashner ^ Remmel, bar, 121 Clay 
Flieslihacker Samuel, mercht, 86 Kearny 
Flieshman Israel, 116 California 
Fleming Geo. copyist, 152 Mont 
Fleming T S. laborer, 15 Sansome 
Fleming J J. merchant, 59 Pacific 
Fletcher J M. Tehama 
Flint Ed P. com mer, 181 Front 
Flint J H. lumber, 6 Battery 
Flint J P. com mer, 181 Front 
Flint W. drayman, 61 First 
Flint J W. crockery, 147 Montgomery 
Flint, Peabody 6f co. com mer, 181 Front 
FlintofFJ. blacksmith, 41 Sansome 
Flood Jas C. bar, 133 Sansome 
Flood Jerry, cook, 85 Sansome 
Flood Thos. Stone cutter, Sidney Valley 
Flowers Samuel, reporter, 210 Wash 
Flournev John, produce, 110 Mont 
Fludder'W H. mason. 334 Powell 



Flynn M. 79 Montgomery 

Foard J W. merchant, 127 Sansome 

Foard & co. merchants, 127 Sansome 

Fobes E A. drayman, 62 Cala 

Fobes G P. lawyer, 6 Kearny 

Fogarty Wm. laborer, 100 Cala 

Fogg Geo. Tehama 

Foish David, laborer, 76 Pacific 

Foley, boiler maker, 61 First 

Foley Francis, grocer, 2(>4 Stockton 

Foley P. bar, 55 Bush 

Foley S M. boots & shoes, 70 Coml 

Foley Terence, com mer, 50 Cala 

Foley Wm. 181 Sacramento 

Foley &. CO. grocers, 264 Stockton 

Foley 4* CO. boots & shoes, 70 Coml 

Foley, McGaiTahan 4* Rooney, com mer, 

50 Cahfornia 
Folger Franklm, laborer, 3 Mkt st whf 
Folger G. pilot, str American Eagle 
Folger Wm. merchant, Powell c Clay 
Folger E P. oil works, 114 Broadway 
Folger T B. merchant, 41 Battery 
Folger Wm H. ship chandler, Pacific, h 

Clay c Powell 
Folger & Tubbs, ship chandlers, 49 Pac 
Folsom B G. carman, 41 Sansome 
Folsom J L. land agent, 118 Cala, res 

Tehama 
Folsom E J. trader, 334 Powell 
Fondary E. sculptor. Clay n Powell 
Fonsalio Maria, saloon, 184 Pacific 
Fontelais A P. saddler, 404 Stockton 
Force Dr. 203 Sansome 
Force Wm. agent steamer Antelope, 49 • 

Pacific 
Forbes A. baker, 99 Merchant 
Ford B F. pilot office, 16 Sacramento 
Ford Chas. drayman, 31 Pike 
Ford Chas. merchant, 68 Pacific, house : 

Commercial Hotel 
Ford Elijah, cook, 229 Clay 
Ford Henry, boarding, 14 Sacramento 
Ford Wm. grocer, 207 Clay 
Ford & Rumrill, merchants, 68 Pacific 
FormamHJ. bar, 87 Broadway 
Forman W D. gen grocer, 109 Front 
Forman & co, wholesale grocers, 74 Wash 
Forslant S. laborer, 67 First 
Forst Wm. agent, 49 Pacific 
Forte F A. merchant, 112 Battery 
Fortiss M. cigars, 199 Dupont 
Forj J C. hardware, 68 Bat h 376 Stock 
Forey M. laboror, 67 First 
Foster B F. printer, 152 Clay 



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Foster Chas E. insp cus, barge office 
Foster Ed. teamster, 152 Bush 
Forster Jas H. lighterman, 153 Front 
Foster W B. carman, 161 Front 
Foucher J J. flour dealer, 76 Battery 
Foucher & Willson, flour dealers, 76 Bat 
FoubertP Madlle, actress, 199 Dupont 
Fougher J J. flour merchant, 252 Jack 
Fountain G C. feed store, 157 Sansome 
Fourcade H. clerk, 176 Montgomery 
Fowler C. Tehama hotel 
Fowler G. engineer steamer Sophie 
Fowler Jas. ship chandler, 61 First 
Fox Berya, grocer, 41 Montgomery 
Fox Philip, grocer, Fremont, bet Howard 

and Folsom 
Fox S M. clothier, 171 Washington 
Fox W B. wines and liquors, 61 Leidsdorfi" 
Fox & O'Connor, wine merchs, 61 Leids 
Francis M. 63 Kearny 
Francis W H. laborer, Clark's point 
Francisco Jas. Niantic hotel 
Frank F. imp & com mer, 97 Pine 
Frankish Geo. bar, Cunningham's wharf 
Frank Chas. restaurant, 155 California 
Frank H. Hanoverian consul, 30 Bat 
Frank & Von Lengerke, com mer, 30 Bat 
Franklin Ed. auctioneer, 77 Battery 
Franklin Selim, auctioneer, 77 Battery 
Franklin H. merchant. Wash n Powell 
Franklin house, 203-205 Sansome 
Franklin hotel, 180-182 Sansome 
Franklin John, seaman, 3 Commercial 
Franklin J T. hay and feed, 94 Kearny 
Franklin printing office, 186 Montgomery 
Franklin Wm. carriage maker, 91 Kearny 
Fraser D. attorney. 129 Montgomery 
Eraser Wm. printer, 152 Clay 
Fraser Wm. printer, 51 Commercial 
Frasier D. ship carpenter, 36 First 
Frasier S. blacksmith, 67 First 
Freaner John A. dep sheriff, city hall 
Frisch Philip, brewer, Vallcjo n Powell 
FredetE. saddler, 130 Kearny 
Fredonyer M. laborer, 115 Kearny 
Fredericks T. porter, Cunningham's wharf 
Free Wm. blacksmith, 45 Halleck 
Frechman A. liquors, 121-123 Jackson 
Freelon T W. attorney, 161 Montgomery 
Freeman Jacob, tinman, 75 Kearny 
Fremery Jas De, consul for Mecklenburg 

Schwerin, merchant, 168 Sansome 
Fremicourt RCA. merchant, h 404 Stoc 
Fremont house, Battery n Clark's point 



French A. farmer, 26 First 
French consulate, cor Jackson and Mason 
French Joseph, architect, 141 Washington 
French R B. merchant, 124 Commercial 
Fretz H tailor, 249 Clay 
Freundt John, merchant, 141 Clay 
Freidlander A. jeweler, 140 Mont 
Freidlander T P. blacksmith, 103 Kearny 
Freidlander Isaac, merchant, 60 Cala 
Freidlander & co I, merchant, 60 Cala 
Freidman J S. cigars, 171 Sansome 
Frierson Angus, com mer, 86 Sacramento 
Frierson & Fancher, com mer, 86 Sac 
Friend G L. laborer, Sidney Valley 
Frink Ed. ship master, 90 Pacific 
Frinker M. Rassette house 
Friesus M. merchant, Market st wharf 
Frontin Joseph, Danish consul, 145 Clay 
Frost G W. com mer, 118 Montgomery . 
Frost J. agent, 2 Commercial 
Frost J J. milkman, 36 First 
Fry Henry, attorney, 114 Montgomery 
Fulda Herman, clothier, 21 Commercial 
Fulda Martin, clothier, 21 Commercial 
Fuller J. musician, 20 Commercial 
Fuller John, Taylor, 234 Jackson 
Fuller S. merchant, 65 Jackson 
Fuller S H. clerk, 137 Montgomery 
FuUerton Saml, merchant, 65 Jackson 
FuUum Thos. tailor, 76 Pacific 
Fulsome L S. laborer, 36 First 
Fulton Jos, painter, 45 Halleck 
Furman M H. attorney, 162 Montgomery 
Fyfe David, public house, 94 Pacific 



Gabelda E. striker, market n First 
Gachtaw A. dry goods, 257 Dnpont 
Gacobbi Francois, 90 Kearny 
Gafuey Wm. clerk, 184 Montgomery 
Gaffiiey M. liquors. 171 Front 
Gager J H. broker, 151 Washington 
Gaime H. merchant, 178 Montgomery 

" Guillemot & co. imp. diamonds, 

178 Montgomery 
Galacar Chas, books station'y, 2 Coml 
Galbraith J D attorney, 123 Montgo'y 
Galdman O R. carpenter, 91 Kearny 
Gale Chas. bricklayer, Valejo n Batt'y 
Gale Thos. bar, 113 Montgomery 
Gallagher E. clerk, 178 Pacific 
Gallagher E. saloon, 31 Pacific 
Gallagher Ed. saloon, 156 Kearny 



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Gallagher Hngh, merchant, 98 Front 
Gallagan John l)cls, Franklin Hotel 
Gallen W H. bds, Tehama 
Gallespie D. wharfinger, Cent'l Wharf 
Gallej L. impo. wines, 54 Merchant 
Gallick Wni. waiter, 85 Sansome 
Galloway A. elk, C. H. h, 78 Kearny 
" Joseph pile driv'r. 119* Front 

h 357 Pow'll 
Galloway James carpenter, 229 Clay 
" Ed. machinist, 33 Sansome 
Galloway Rachel servant, 399 Powell 
Gallup Wm. pilot steamer Sophie 
Gamage Sam'l trader, 36 First 
Gamage Sam'l storage, 17 California 
Gambeil A J. Arcade, 158 Commercial 
Gamble W C. merchant, 152 Sansome 
Gander R. shoemaker, 276 Stockton 
Ganesvoorte G W. grocer, 205 Clay 
Ganett J P. ag't Union Line steamers, 

49 Pacific 
Ganter John brewer, Valejo n Battery 
Garaud A. cook, 313 Dupont 
Garcia J. Peruvian consul, 155 Battery 
Gardiner Annie, boarding, 48 Minna 
Gardiner B. saddler, 81 Jackson 
Gardiner G M. blacksmith, 323 Stockton 
Gardiner James, ship chandler, 300 Pow 
Gardiner J C. insp cus, barge office 
Gardiner Wm. policeman, 152 Pacific 
Gardner Benj. bds Oriental 
Gardner Geo M. painter, 119 Washington 
Ga^rdner Isaac, clothing, 81 Commercial 
Gardner John, ship carpenter, Beale, Rin- 

con point 
Gardner J G. inspector, barge office 
Gardner J H. clerk, 92 Clay 
Gardner J M. blacksmith, 173 Front 
G^irdner R. laborer, Sydney Valley 
Gardner W L. clerk, 130 California 
Gardner & Stuart, ship chandls, 58 Coml 
Gardner & Coleman, blksmiths, 173 Fiont 
Garfield Seth, laborer, 98 Pacific 
Garfield W, machinist, 26 First 
Gariot Jules, butcher, 261 Dupont 
Garnen Caspar, drayman, 133 Mont 
Garner Patrick, brewer, 314 Dupt c Val 
Garner & Gei'non, brewers, 314 Dupont, 

cor Vallejo 
Garnett Louis A. inspector, barge office 
Garnock A. com mer, 98 California 
Garnotte Gaspare, drayman, 52 Kearny 
Garratt Wm T. brass founder, 58 Halleck 
Garratt & co, foundrymen, 58 Halleck 
Garrick J P. mariner, Vallejo n Battery 



[ Garrettson J W. gardner, Miss Dolores 
Gartrcll & co, C H. grocers, 107 Front 
: Garvey C G. attorney, 90 Merchant 
Garry Thos. waiter, 85 Sansome 
I Garvin D. merchant, 130 Commercial 
! Garvin J. carpenter, 194 Jackson 
i Gassivodda M. bar, 59 Commercial 
Gasper A. coffee, 27 Commercial 
I Gasper & co, coffee, 27 Commercial 
! Gasse Peter, baker, 59 Kearny 
j Gassert Wm. carver, 85 Sansome 
j Gates H E. boarding, 181 Sacramento 
I Gates H S. physician, 26 Sacramento 
j Gathai, China mer, 180 Sacramento 
I Gaucheron Jerome, merchant, 202 Kear 
I Gaugon Louis, cabinet maker, 267 Kear 
Gauvreau Oliver, liquors, 142 Battery 
Gaughrin J. policeman, 244 Dupont 
Gauthier Auguste, tailor, 248 Dupont 
Gautier L P. physician, 156 Clay 
Gaven D. com mer, 130 Commercial 
Gaven & co, com mer, 130 Commercial. 
j Gavett Jonathan, crokery, 114 Cala 
] Gawley L C. painter, 14 (Commercial 
i Gay A C. wagon maker, 115 Bush 
Gay Chas. mariner, Powell n Greene 
Gay Henry, wagon maker, 80 Kearny 
Gay James, seaman, Powell n Greene 
Gay & Barber, coach factory, 80 Kearny 
Gazan Amie, musician, Adelpbi, Theatre 

199 Dupont 
Gee Lewis, publisher, 160 Montgomery 
George J. bds Franklin hotel 
George Robt. com mer, 145 Front 
George Jas B. bricklayer, 43 Pike 
Geisler M. jeweler, 210 Kearny 
Genella Daniel, clerk, 184 Montgomery 
Genella Joseph, crockei-y, 184 Mont 
Gentilly F. mariner, 313 Dupont 
Gerberding C 0. 131 Montgomery 
Gereau W B. carpenter, 141 Mission 
Germain Alex, tailor, 226 Dupont 
German club house, 99 Pine 
Gernon George, brewer and bottler, 314 

Dupont cor Vallejo 
Ceroid George, shoemaker, 142 Cala 
Gerow H C. saloon, 142 Commercial 
Gerrish Geo H. hardware, 84 Battery 
Gerrish & Fitzgerald, hardware, 84 Bat 
Gerry H M. 161 Front 
Gerry S R. physician, 203 Dupont 
Gerstang Henry, grocer, 75 California 
Ghirardeli D. confectioner, 194 Wasn 
Ghirardeli k Cox, confrs, 194 Wash 



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Gibb Daniel, com mer, 122 Commercial 
(jibb & CO D. com mer, 122 Commercial 
Gibbs Chas E. importer, 62 Cclifornia 
Gibbs C Y S. importer, 62 Califomia 
Gibbs E B. clerk, 62 California 
Gibbs Fred A. com mer, 62 California 
Gibbs Geo W. iron and steel, 36 Battery 
Gibbs Wm W. (colored) boots and shoes, 

124 Montgomery 
Gibbs & CO, imp & com mer, 62 Cala 
Gibbs & CO G W. imp steel, 36 Battery 
Gibbons Henry, physician, 163 Clay 
Gibbons Rodman, com mer, 4 Battery 
Gibbons Wm A. clerk, 201 Sacramento 
Gibbons & Lammott, com mer, 4 Bat 
Gibson Geo. com mer, 143 Front 
Gibson Lewis, grocer, 30 Battery, house 

164 Mission 
Gibson B. jeweler, 199 Clay 
Gibson & Meyer, imp & grocers, 30 Bat 
Gibson &. Wulf, jewelers, 199 Ciay 
Gier John, porter, Battery, Clark's point 
Giffin John, tinsmith, 351 Stockton 
Gifford A E. sewing factory, 17 Leids 
Gilford S. whai-finger, h 276 Stockton 
Gifford H. clerk, 90 Pacific 
Gift W. port Avarden, 17 Commercial 
Gihon J H. bookseller, 140 Saci-amento 
Gihon Thos. engraver, 157 Montgomery 
Gihon & Johnson, bookstore, 140 Sac 
Gilbert Geo S. oil, 23 Battery 
Gilbert H. merchant. 133 Jackson 
Gilbert Harvey, mdse brokr. Gold st Hous 
Gilbert J. physician. Battery, Clark's pt 
Gilbert J V. auct and commis, 106 Sans 
Gilbert Jas A. bookseller, 126 Coml 
Gilbert R K. 106 Sansome 
Gilbert & Shelton, auction and commis, 

106 Sansome 
Gilchrist C. lumber, 162 Montgomery 
Gilchrist J G. cir Ubrary, 114 Coml 
Gildemeester J P H. Consul of the Neth- 
erlands, 168 Sansome 
Gildemeester, De Fremery & co, merchts 

168 Sansome 
Gill H B. Bay hotel, Cunningham's whf 
Gill Loraine, saddler, 71 Kearny 
Gi.lam Mrs. boarding, 26 Montgomery 
Gillespie C V. notary public, 98 Coml 
Gillespie David, wharfinger central wharf 

h 56 Broadway 
Gillett J F. carpenter, 90 Kearny 
Gillett M M. cooper, Sans n Pacific 
Gilliker Jamer, laborer, Sydney A^alley 



Gillis A. Rassette house 
Gillis H C. druggist, 164 Montgomery 
Gillis Saml, teamster, 57 Broadway 
Gilman Elisha, engineer, 57 Sansome 
Gillmore Robt, coach maker, 89 Pine 
Gillmore & Applegate, coach makers, 89 

Pine 
Gilman Chas H. attorney, 163 Mont 
Gilman T C. builder, 82 Battery 
Gilroy Thos. ship master, Minna n Jane 
Gilson Ed. merchant, 107 Sacramento 
Gilson F. merchant, 107 Sacramento 
Gimmy John, tinman, 260 Dupont 
Gimmy & co, tinmen, 260 Dupont 
Ginne E. bds Rassette house 
Giraldin ElUs, clerk, 165 Commercial 
Girard L. broker, 172 Montgomery 
Girandon Mons. merchant, 271 Dupont 
Giron M. engraver, 98 Montgomery 
Girot Nicolas, produce, 352 Stockton 
Gladding A I. grocer, 334 Powell 
Gladwin Wm H. com mer, 52-54 Cala 
Gladwin k Whitmore, com mer, 52-54 
Glay E. pattern maker, 67 First 
Gleason Saml, cook, 15 Sansome 
Glein Chas F. hardware, 79 Kearny 
Glein & Lohman, hardware, 79 Kearny 
Glen Jas. merchant, 128 Sansome 
Glor John, bar, 52 Commercial 
Glos B. saloon, Stockton n Greenwich 
Glover C. grocer, 78 Pacific 
Glover Hiram, Avheelwright, 105 Kearny 
Glover c^ co, grocers, 78 Pacific 
Gluyas G K. machinist, Sutter iron works 

h Second n Minna 
Glynn Ira, jeweller, 162 Commercial 
Goarss J. shoemaker, 160 Mont 
Godeffroy Alfred, consul for Hamburg &, 

Prussia, 141 Clay 
GodefFroy, Selim &, co. com mer, 141 Clay 
Godfrey J A. attorney, 89 Merchant 
Godfrey Jeremiah, boarding, 39 Pike 
Godfrey J T. police officer, 244 Dupont 
Godfrey Thos. grocer. 264 Stockton 
Goerlitz F J. C H broker, Jones Alley n 

Washington 
Goerlitz & co. C H brokers, Jones Alley 

n Washington 
Cioggin .Tas. M special agent P O Dept, 

244 Clay 
Goin Thomas shipping office, 13 Sac, h 

Harrison 
Goin &. Ellis, shipping office, 13 Sac 
Gold J M. tailor, 67 Commercial 
Golden F. saloon, 250 Pacific x 



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Goldsmith A. cigar dealer, 131 Gala 
Gohlsiiiith Anson, watchmkr, 187 Wash 
Goldsmith B. watchmkr, 187 Wash 
Goldsmith Isaac, drygoods, 236 Dupont 
Goldsmith W E. engraver, 152 Pacific 
Goldsmith A & B. vvtcbmkrs, 167 Wash 
Goldstein J. clothier, 101 Commercial 
Goldstein M. clothier, 53 Commercial 
Goldstein P. clothier, 101 Commercial 
Goldvvite R. printer, 210 Washington 
Gonsalez Maria, saloon, 171 Jackson 
Goodfellow Mrs C. lanudry, 53 Bush 
Goodlander Daniel, ins ens. Barge Office j 
Goodman Jacob, dry & fancy gds, 101 

Montgomery I 

Goodman Jas. merchant, 45 Battery j 
Goodman J H grocer, 89 California 
Goodman M. clerk, 171 Clay ' 

Goodman T. jobber, 129 California i 

Goodrich, F. printer, 159 Montgomery i 
Goodwill S. hotel, 61 First 
Goor G W. saloon, 236 Pacific 
Goore H J. laborer, 41 Sansome 
Gordon (). tenpin alley, 55 Pike 
Gordon C. clerk. 2 Commercial 
Gordon Daniel, expressman, 45 Pike 
Gordon E. Rassette House 
Gordon Geo. iron foundry, 12 Piatt, h 153 

Dupont 
Gordon Jas. me i chant, Stock n Grnwich 
Gordon John, stove & tinman, 208 Mont 
Gordon John, laborer, Sydney Valley 
Gordon G W W. druggist, 194 Wash 
Gordon &. Steen, Goo. Vulcan Foundry, 

steam engine builders, and importers 

of machinery, c First & Melius, office 

31 Battery 
Gorham C. merchant, 47 Cala 
Gorhani Jas S. painter, 8 First 
Gorham W R. baker, 248 Dupont 
Gors John, shoemake, 166 Mont 
Goss Mao J. com mer, 98 Battery, h 248 

Powell 
Goss, White i5* co. com mer, 96-98 Bat 
Gostorfs L B merchant, 92 Cala 
Gothard Ann, saloon, 225 Dupont 
Gotter Samuel, laborer, 63 Kearny 
Goubert A. lithographic printer, 16 Ohio 
Gould A S. clerk, 152 Clay 
Gould Jas G. merchant, 69 Sacramento 
Gould T F. com mer, 62 Cal, h 90 Pine 
Gould T H grocer, 167 Dupont 
Gould W B. clerk, 76 Commercial 
Gould & Wiswell, grocer, 167 Dupont 
Goulden Ed. carpenter, Folsom n Beale 



Gowers Geo. W. coppersmith, 116 Front 
Gower S J. Austrian Consul 
Goyetohe G. segars, 149 Washington 
(iracey W. striker, 67 First 
Graffleman P. mattress maker, 179 Jack 
Graffleman 6o Scriber, upholsterers, 179 

Jackson 
Graham E H. joiner, 73 Commercial 
Graham John, seaman, 73 Coml 
Graham J S. (col'd) 200 Stockton 
Graham R. 165 Front 
Grandien Jean, grocer, 54 Battery 
Grant Adam Clerk, 95 Sansome 
Grant Chas. stone cutter, Fremt n Har'n j^ 
Grant G H. grocer, 54 Battery 
Grant Jacob, horseshoer, 105 Kearny 
Grant James, saloon, 156 Kearny 
Grant James, com mer, Commercial whf 
Grant J O. carpenter, 222 Kearny 
Grant John, stone yard, 91 Mont 
Grant &. Gallagher, saloon, 156 Kearny 
Grashoft F. carpenter, 368 Powell 
Grattan W H. imp hardware, 121 Mont 
Grattan & Bell, imp hardawre, 121 Mont 
Graves Benj. 49 Washington 
Graves B book-keeper, 190 Mission 
Graves E S. coppersmith, 122 Front 
Graves G«o. furniture, 230 Clay 
Graves Jas. c Kearny & Bush 
Graves H T. 142 Coml, h 323 Stock 
Graves Samuel, merchant, 122 Sansome 
Graves Samuel, tinsmith, 323 Stockton 
Graves W H ^^ E S. coppersmith, 122 

Front 
Graves ^ co. furniture, 230 Clay 
Gray A. com mer, 100 Front 
Gray Francis, com mer, 145 Front 
Gray Fred. 130 Commercial 
Gray H M. Dr. 219 Clay 
Gray John, butcher, 43 Sansome 
Gray John, broker, 123 Sacramento 
Gray J. market, 47 Bush 
Gray L. bar, 82 Broadway- 
Gray M. 106 Battery 
Gray Nathaniel, Sacramento n Dupont 
Gray W H. wholesole grocer, 57 Pacific 
Gray W J. Powell near Jackson 
Gray 4* Doan, brokers, 123 Sacramento 
Gray & Easterly, com mer, 145 Front 
Gray & Starn, wholesale grocer, 51 Pac 
Green A. boots t^* shoes, 56 Coml 
Green C R. Dept Collector, 197 Wash 
Green Daniel furniture, 230 Clay 
Green E. carpenter. Observatory Hill 
Green F. 170 Montgomery 



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WHARVES, DOCKS SUBMARINE FOUiDATIOiS 

PLANK ROADS, FLUMES, Etc. 

Possessing an extensive Foundry, Steam Saw IVlills, and Steam Pile 
Driving and Excavating Machinery, with the advantage of a three 
years' residence in Cahfornia, and an influential monied connection, the 
undersigned is able to execute important works with promptitude. 

Railroad Iron, Water and Gas Pipes, imported from Great Britain ; 
City and Foreign Capital invested in legitimate undertakings. An effi- 
cient corps of Civil Engineers, Surveyors, Draughtsmen, Millwrights 
and practical Mechanics in readiness for country work. 

GEORGE GORDON, 

Office corner Pine and Battery Streets. 

GEO. GORDON & STEEN, 

STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS. BOILER MAKERS, ETC. 

Vulcan Foundry, First and Melius sts. 

Jind 12 W*laU Street, J^^cw ITorh, 

Steam Engines of all sizes constantly on hand and made to 

order ; Boilers of every description. 

Saw Mill. Flour Mill and Quartz Mill Machinery made to 

order or imported from New York. 

Steam Engines of G. G. & S.'s make, are now in operation 

all over the Slate, and command a preference over imported Engines. 

Contracts for Machinery, Eailroad Iron, Gas or "Water Pipes, 

Iron Fencing, Cast Iron or Suspension Bridges, and ail kinds of Mill Work executed in 
Great Britain or New York, and imported to order. 

GEO. GOISI>0]\ & STEEIV, 
VULCAN IRON FOUNDRY, 1st and MELIUS STS. 
H^-OFFICE, CORNER PINE AND BATTERY. 



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Green Geo. H. 141 Montgomery 
Green G W. butcher, G tj- 8 Pacific Mkt. 

h 251 Clay 
Green Jas. com mer, 90 Pine 
Green Lot, drayman, 176 Montgomery 
Green Samuel H. com mer, cor Front & 

California 
Green Samuel, machinist, Coml wharf 
Green Stillman, soda manuftr, Vallejo n 

Stockton 
Green Thos. laborer, 49 Bvsh 
Green Thos. drayman, 25 Battery 
Green Thos. furniture, 158 Sacramento 
Green T D. com mer, 120 Sansome 
Green W. seaman, 90 Pine 
Green W P. clerk, 73 Battery 
Green & Heath, com mer. Front c Cala 
Green, Pidwell & co. furniture, 158 Sac 
Greenhood H. cigars, 157 Sansome 
Greenhow R. lawyer, 135 Montgomery 
Greenlow W. bar, Vallejo n Battery 
Greenman J F. lumber, 14 California 
Greenwood Mrs. saloon, 237 Pacific 
Greenwood James, sackmkr, 399 Powell 
Gregory's Express Office, 155 Mont 
Gregory H. auctioneer, 108 Sansome 
Gregory J W. express, 155 Montgomery 
GreifF John, baths, 180 Washington 
Grey B. clerk str Jack Hays 
Grey C V. clerk C H, 197 Washington 
Grey T C. 193 Washington 
Gridley Jos C. grocer, 118 Jackson 
Gridley, Mrs. saloon, 118 Jackson 
Griesman Jos, cigars, 43 Pacific 
Griesman & co, cigars, 43 Pacific 
Grier Wm. Coast 5th Township 
Griffin E W. com mer, 102 Battery 
Griffin J W. merchant, 160-162 Sans 
Griffin Fred'k R, warehouse; Clark's Pt 
Griffin L E, laborer, 99 Kearny 
Griffin Wm. pilot, Cunnghm's wharf 
Griffin, Browne &. Stone, com mer, 102 

Battery 
Griffiths L W. saloon, 151 Commercial 
Grinnell J E. ins cus. Barge Office 
Grisar Emile, brokers, 85 Cala, h 373 

Powell 
Grisar &. co. brokers, 85 California 
Griswold Chas. merchant, lll-n3 Cal, 
Griswold J C. agent, 160 MontgclRiery 
Groat R V. attorney, 162 Montgomery 
Groble W. laborer, Commercial wharf 
Grogan A B. importer, 170 Montgomery 
Grogan & Lent, importers, 170 Mont 
Gronlier C. waichmkr, 189 ( 'lay 

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Groom Hemy, fancy goods, 224 Clay 
Groomsbridge Wm. oyster saloon, 255 

Dupont 
Gross E S. com mer, 145 Front 
Grotjan P A. druggist, 213 Washington 
Groult C F. washing, Dupont c Union 
Grover W A ins cus. Barge Office 
Grover W A. Dr. 323 Stockton 
Grubber S H. grocer, 126 Jackson 
Guager's Office, (state) 57 Sacramento 
Guager's Office, (U. S.) C H 
Guerrn P. meat stall, 5-7 Pacific mkt 
Guerin J. dry goods, 151 Kearny 
Guerin & co. J. wines &. liqrs, 157 Sac 
Guichard E. drugs, 221 Clay 
Guichard & Riofrey, drugs, 221 Clay 
Guild Albert H. merchant, 85-87 Front 
Guild <fc Lightner, com mer, 85 ^- 87 

Front 
Guillemot C. imp diamonds, 178 Mont 
Guillim P. bar, 133 Sansome 
Guirand A. butcher, 182 Jaekson 
Gulliver Chas. liquors, 124 Coml 
Gulliver & French, liquors, 124 Coml 
GuUixon H. upholsterer. 202 Clay 
Gummer J C. clerk C H, 197 Wash 
Gumperht A. bar, 55 Broadway 
Gunn Felix,^ngineer, 67 First 
Gunnulson J. carpenter, 76 Pacific 
Gunning Wm. furniture, 101 Sac 
Gunning &. Cockrill, furniture, lOl Sac 
Gunter David, drayman, 57 Broadway 
Gustin P. waiter, 89 Sansome 
Guttman Samuel, tailor, 159 Wash 
Guy Abel, banker, 134 Clay,h 131 Dupt 
Guya Joseph, waiter, 12 First 
Guygras Pierre, drayman, 52 Kearny 



Haas S. 

Haas Solomon, merchant, 170 Sansome 
Haas & Rosenfield, dry goods, 171 Wash 
Haas (f Struver, 170 Sansome 
Hacker E. candies, 124 Kearny 
Hacker & co, confectioners, 124 Kearny 
Hackett J R. attorney, 163 Montgomery 
Hackett J C. express, Cala exchange 
Hackett & Judah, attorneys, 163 Mont 
Hayden G. dentist, 200 Clay 
Hadler P. butcher, 169 Dupont 
Hahnlen J. F. printer, 131 Kearny 
Hahnlen & Walz, printers, 131 Kearny 
Hagan Jas. merchant, 39 Minna 
Hagan John, bar, 55 Pacific 



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Hagan John, grocer, 155 Front 
Hagen Robt. chemist, 131 Commercial 
Hageman P. merchant, 85 Jackson 
Hager J S. attorney, 163 Montgomery 
Hagerty Chas. 170 Sansome 
Haight A J. laborer, 142 Commercial 
Haight H H. attorney, 90 Merchant 
Haight Henry, banker, 97 Montgomery 
Haight & Wadsworth, attys, 90 Merch 
Haindel C. laborer, 313 Dupont 
Haine Jos. physician, 13 Commercial 
Hale A W. waterman, 65 Pacific, house 

Jane n Minna 
Hale Geo. clerk, 52 Front 
Hale Hemy, liquors, 145 Sansome 
Hale H M. com mer, 73 Sacramento 
Hale M C. shipping office, 49 Pacific 
Hale Mathew, pilot, 16 Sacramento 
Hale & CO, watermen, <d5 Pacific 
Haley A J. waiter, 12 First 
Haley P. liquors, 40 Commercial 
Haley Matthew, restaurant, 22 Cala 
Hall A. caulker, Harrison n Spear 
Hall A W. agent, 65 Pacific 
Hall B. merchant, 46 Battery 
Hall B N. baker, 180 Bush 
Hall Chas. attorney, TehaiSu, 
Hall C E. insp cus, barge office 
Hall Edward, imp drugs, 146 AVash 
Hall E G. merchant, 106 Sacramento 
Hall E J. jewelry and fancy goods, 102 

Sansome 
Hall F C. clerk, 41 Battery 
HaU G A. clerk, 45 Pacific 
Hall G B. clerk, 115 Battery 
Hall Hiland, U S land com, Tehama 
Hall Henry, blacksmith, 88 Pacific 
Hall I M. Union hotel 
Hall I J. hack driver, front Cala Exch 
Hall J. dry goods, 140 Mission 
Hall J D. hatter, 102 Sansome 
Hall J E. clerk, 91 Commercial 
HaU J E. clerk, 170 Sansome 
Hall John V. attorney, Tehama 
Hall R A. insp cus, barge office 
Hall Thos. grocer, 38 First 
Hall T J. insp cus, barge office 
Hall "Wm. com mer, 194 Mission 
Hall Wm. stage proprietor, California Ex- 
change, h 32 Pike 
Hall Winslow, carpenter, 199 Cala 
Hall Wm H. express, 99 Montgomery 
Hall & Crandall, stage line, Cala Exch 
Halleck H W. attorney, 90 Merchant 



Halleck, Peachy, Billings & Park, 90 i 
Merchant i 

Haller Joseph, watchmaker, 329 Stock 
Hallet Miss H. boarding house, Vallejo n 

Stockton 
Hallock J Y. com mer, 97 Sansome 
Hallock ^■' CO J y. merchants, 97 Sans 
Halloweli S L. auct, 125 Washington, h 

Broadway above Taylor 
Ham J H. produce, llO Front 
Ham & Flournoy, produce, 110 Front 
HambHn F C. carpenter, 199 California 
Hambley T C. attorney, 135 Mont 
Hames T. hotel, 233 Dupont 
Hamilton A. carpenter, 26 First 
Hamilton Chas. Daguerrean, 163 Clay 
Hamilton P. attorney, 90 Merchant 
" T P. com mer, 59 Front 
" W. C, attorney, 120 Mont 
" Wm. merchant, 229 Clay 
" ^ Bennett, com mer, 59 Front 
" ^ McLane, attorneys, 90 Mer 
Hammer E H. clerk, 74 California 
Hammond A A. attomew, 99 Merchant 

" Wm. ship joiner, Rincon point 
Hampson F T. laborer, Sydney Valley , 
Hampton R B. broker, 154 Montgomery 
" & Hunter, brokers, 154 Mont 
Hanack Wm. copper smith, 59 Halleck 
Hancock Wm. merchant, 29 Pike 
Hand John, printer, 152 Pacific 

" Beroy, porter, Griffin's wharf 
Hanken H. tavern, 234 Pacific 
" S. tavern, 234 Pacific 
Hanks F L. 61 Davis 
Hanks H G. 51 Davis 
Hanline D W C. fancy goods, 151 Mont 
Hanley N. laborer, 26 First 
Hanna Jas. attorney, 156 Clay 

" John, merchant, 375 Powell 
Hannan Patrick, stone mason, 234 Kear 
Hannath Chas. malt house, 47 Melius 

" & Peel, malt house, 47 Melius 
Hannum A B. physician, 122 Jackson 
Hanoverian Consulate, 30 Battery 
Hansen Chas. carpenter, 69 First 
" Mrs. saloon, 198 Sacramento 
" ^S. wheelwright, 94 Pine 
Haralson J H. insp cus, barge office 
Harbor Master's offics, Rip Van Winkle 

house, Pacific wharf 
Harbor Market, 18 Sacramento 
Harby Chas. carpenter, 375 Powell 
Hardie D. dry goods, 136 Sacramento 



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Harding Chas. porter, 51 Broadway 
" S C. constable, 174 Pacific 
Hardison E W. pilot steamer Am Eagle 
HardilandL. P. clerk, 91 California 
Harkman J H. clerk, 141 Washington 
Harlej B F. dep sheriff, City Hall 
Harlow Jas. market, 167 Front 
f Harper Jas. clerk, 94 Jackson 

" W C. prmter, 131 Kearny 
" W H. saloon, 188 Jackson 
1 Harpy Jos. laborer, 41 Pike 

" C. laundry, 41 Pike 
Harmon J. boot maker, 54 Commercial 
Harned P. laborer, 142 Commercial 
Harrington J H. stoves, 79 Battery 
" ^' CO, stoves, 79 Battery 
Harris A. machinist, 69 First 
" AT. prov mer, 70 Pacific 
" jr B. carpenter, 31 Pike 
" E. clerk, 29 Commercial 
" F. broker, 3 Commercial 
" H C. fish, 22-24 Pacific market 
" S R. physician 
" S R. 15(5 Mission 
"*' M. produce, 72 Jackson 
" T. saloon, 162 Kearny 
" & CO, fish. Pacific market 
" <f Bennett, produce, 72 Jackson 
Harrison Edmund, agent, 80 Pine 

" HA. com mer, 189 Sansome 
" H D. auct and com, 109 Cala 
house 21 Melius 
Harrison J S. grocer, 121 Pacific 

" Wm. laborer, 57 Commercial 
" De Witt & CO, merchant, 189 
Sansome 

" Backus cj- CO, auct and commis 
109 California 
Harrold Jas. merchant. 176 Dupont 
Hart John, Rincon Pomt Observatory 
" J. clothing, 109 Commercial 
" Eugene, com mer, 50-52 Sansome 
" Joseph, tinman, 214 Washington 
" James, hardware, 90 California 
" Wm. lawyer, 171 Clay 
" (f Davis, 50-52 Sansome 
Hartag Ed. merchant, h Dupt n Filbert 
Hartman J W. feed, 31 Leidsdorff 
Harvey A. bookkeeper, 71 Battery 

" Thos J. insp cus, barge office 
Haskell D H. express, 101 California 
" Henry, notary public, 92 Jack 
" J W. blacksmith, 69 Front 
« Wm. 11 Leidsdorff 



Hasken Jas. seaman, Beale n Harrison 

" . Wm C. P Exchange, 219 Clay 
Hassin J C. clerk, City Hall 
Hassell John, barber, 125 Merchant 
" AD. Lady of the Lake house, 65 
Davis 
Haste H R. P A House, 46 Sacramento 

" J IL billiards, 48 Sacramento 
Hastings John, physician, 234 Wash 
" S A. sup Mar street warehouse 
" S C. attorney, 90 Montgomery 
" <f Moore, attorneys, 90 Mont 
Hastier E J. com mer, 110 California 

" Baines ^ co, com mer, 110 Cala 
Haswell J C. printer, 159 Montgomery 
Hatch A D. grocer, 84 Front 
" F C. stone cutter, 36 First 
" C W. Leidsdorff n Pine 
" S N. Grocer, 84 Front 
" T n. furniture, 230 Clay 
" c|' CO A D. grocers, 84 Front 
Hathaway B W. physician, 154 Clay 
Hathaway Wm F. machinist, B'dAvay whf 
C W. produce, 88 Front 
" W. tinman, 102 Mont 
" R. striker, 69 First 
" S^re <j^ produce, 88 Front 
" Parker & co, manufacturing 
and repairing machinery, B'dway whf 
Hatzel M. sawyer. Market n First 
Haufi" D J. S F Baths, 180 Washington 
Haug John, laundry, 201 Pacific 
Haulman P. 45 Pike 
Haurne J B. architect, 189 Pacific 
Haut D W. grocer, 51 Sansome 

" J D. hardware, 115 Sansome 
Havens Howard, bookkeeper, 99 Mont 
Haven J P. agent underwriters, 108 Mont 
Havransant Chas. restaurant, 404 Stock 
Hawes Joseph, 51 Davis 

M. printer, 25^ Clay 



N P. printer. 



Clay 



Hawkins Thos. blacksmith, 160 Cala 
AYm. baker, 219 Pacific 
" cf Smith, bakers, 219 Pacific 
Hawks J D. boots and shoes, 86 Cala, h 

36 Melius 
Hawley A. machinist, Folsome c Beale 
" Chas A. 120 Battery 
" D M. importer, 120 Battery 
" F S. importer, 120 Battery 
" Stirling & co, importers hard- 
ware, 120 Battery 
Hay Thos 11. laborer, 36 First 



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Hayden G. dentist, 200 Clay 
Haynes E M, jeweller, 187 Clay 
" E R. jeweller, 187 Clay 
" Jas F. bds Rassatte House 
Hays John C. Sheriff, City Hall, h 325 

Powell 
Hayes Samuel, com mer, 161 Front 
Hays G J. trader, 276 Stockton 

" Jas. laborer, 66 First 

" Thos. Dept Sheriff, City Hall 
Hayes ^ Lindall, watches, 187 Clay 
Haynes John, laboser, 36 First 
Haynes T J. com mer, 66 Jackson 
Haynie Wm M. stevedore, h Trinity n 

Bush 
Hay ward S L, stevedore, Harsn n Spear 
Hazard P F. broker, 168 Bush 
Hazard Haywood Benj. blacksmith, 129 

Clay 
Hazard, Haywood & Duncan, blcksmths 

129 Clay 
Hazard P F. wines, 111 Sansome 
Hazeltine Wm. mer, 94 Jackson 

" & Crooks, N B Oil Works, 94 

Jackson 
Head R. attorney, 3 Commercial 
Heal Seth, laborer, Market n Front 
Healy John, waiter, 85 Sansome 
Hearne J S. grocer, 71 Pacific 

" (fc CO. grocers, 71 Pacific 
Heart Jas. Vallejo bet Stock & Powell 
Heath C H. hardware, 106 Battery 

" C J. policeman, 244 Dupont 

" R W. com mer. Front c Cala 

" Wm. Porter, 51 Broadway 
Heatley E. D. broker, 106 Mont 

" & CO. mdze brokers, 106 Mont 
Heaton Lewis, ship carpenter, 51 Coml 
Hebert Z. stalls 5^7 Pacific mkt 
Heeder F A. merchant, 94 Cala 
Heffron John, drayman, Market whf 
Heider Francis, merchant, 94 Cala 
Height A J. porter, 51 Broadway 
Heiser A. clothing, 123 Front 

" C 

Wash 
Heiser & co. clothing, 123 Coml 
HeU N L. lithogr, 136 California 
Hellman Richard, merchant, 124 Cala 
« Wm. clerk, 124 Cala 
" Bros, com mer, 124 Cala 
Helme G S. machinist, 164 Cala, h 31 

Pike 
Helper H R. book-keeper, 84 Sac 
Helvy S. Musician, 3 Commercial 
Hempstead D B. merchant, 181 Dupont 



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Henderson B. laborer, 54 Melius 
" F. drygoods, 136 Sac 

'• M. milliner, 54 Melius 

" M A. milliner, 160 Sac 

" Hardie 4' co. dry goods, 136 

Sacramento 
Hendley A C. butter, stall 16 Pac mkt 

" &, CO. butter. Pacific mkt 
Hendren J R. grocer, 78 First 
Hendric Jas. laborer, 57 Broadway 
Hendrich Chas. cook, 22 California 
Hendrick Chas. silversth, Wash n Stock 
Hendricks Joseph, tailor. 111 Mont 
" J. 126 Sansome 
" R. moulder, Folsom c Beale 
Hendrickson Wm L. ins cus, Barge Office 
Hendsir Miss, fancy dry goods, 185 Clay 
Henley G. timnan, 114 Battery 

" R. liquors, 41 Montgomery 
Hennesey G. fancy goods, 55 Coml 
Henney W H. architect, 140 Mont 
Henning John, cooper, 37 Liedsdorff 
Henricks Miss E. millinerY, 185 Clay 
Henrickson, importer, 122 California 

" Reincke & co, imp, 122 Cala 

Henry J. restaurant, 1-13 Commercial 

" W A. blacksmith, Market wharf 
Henshaw Geo. iron and steel, 86 Battery 

" M. bar, 198 Battery 
Hepburn HP. attorney, 127 Montgomery 
Herlich J J L. Swedish Coiisul, Mary's 

alley n California 
Hermann Lucien, attorney, 106 Mont 
Herman J. tailor, 188 Montgomery 
" S. dry goods, 72 Mootgomery 
" Saml, clerk, 159 Stockton 
Hern Thos. teamster, 55 Broadway 
Herrera S. printer, 131 Kearny 
Herrick E. com mer, 168 Bush 

" N R. machinist, Folsom n Beale 
Herring J H. bar, 43 Battery 
Hesketh John, notary public, 187 Mont 
Heslep A M. attorney. Second n Mission 
Hess Enoch, drayman, 58 Broadway 
Hewens Mrs S. boarding, 218 Wash 
Hewer Wm. doctor, 184 Jackson 
Hewitt C A. laborer, 26 First 

' H S. physician, Oriental hotel 
Hewlett^'s Exchange, 87 Jackson 
Heydenfeldt Sol. assoc justice sup court 
Hewston F G. clerk, 107 Commercial 
Heyer A. baker, 58 Montgomery 
Heyermer J A F. doctor, 244 Pacific 
Heyl W S. commis agent, 128 Sansome 
Ileyman A. merchant, 126 California 



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Heyman & co, merchant, 126 California 
Hejn Ernst, fancy goods, 217 Dupont 
Heyneman, Pick &. co. Import's (37 Sans 

" Leonard, Importer 67 San 

Heywood F. drayman, 184 Washington 
Hezekel M. merchant, 116 California 
Hickey James, Franklin hotel, 180 Sans 
" P. laborer, 365 Powell 
" T. bricklayer, Stock n Greenwich 
Hickey & co J. liquors and genl merchants 

61 Jackson 
Hjckox Geo C. com mer, 52 Front 

" (fc Brown, com mer, 52 Front 
Hicks R. laundry, 133 Mission 
Hildreth L S. butcher 24 Commercial 
" S T. butcher, 24 Commercial 
HUdebrand Otto, carpenter, 274 Stockton 
Higgins John, waiter, 12 First 
" . John, 290 Pacific 
" J S. hay, 138 Dupont 
" R M. clerk, American Eagle 
" Mrs M. boarding, 204 Stockton 
Hill Alonzo, clerk, 41 Pacific 
" A G. (colored) hotel, 162 Pacific 
" C H. contractor, 88 Kearny 
" E P. printer, 152 Clay 
" F. musician, 3 Commercial 
" L. hotel, 180-182 Sansome 
*• J E. tinman, 227 Dupont 
" M. laborer, 69 Kearny 
" G. blacksmith, 164 Cala 
" W McP. com mer, 69 Cala 
Hillard B F. collector, 120 Mont 

" F. Capt. str Ohio 
Hiller Wm. soda water manf, 384 Stock 
Hillman Isaac, Cala Temp House, 229 

Clay 
Hills Geo. wheelwright, 252 Clay 

" Wm S. trader, 252 Clay 
Hilken John, bar room, 374 Powell 
Hillsey Jos W. bricklayer, 306 Pacific 
Hilsee J M. tailor, 172 Clay 
Hilton Joshua, merchant, 98 Front 

" bds Tehama 
Hinckley B. Pacific Foundry, 67 First 
" D B. moulder, 67 First 
" L F. carpenter, 45 Webb 
" <^ Davis, carpenters, 45 Webb 
Hines David, tailor, 237 Dupont 
Hinrichsen Wm. importer, 122 Cala 
" H W. importer, 122 Cala 

" Reincke &, co. 122 Cali'a. 

Hirschfeld B J. clerk, 87 Commercial 
" J. physician, 60 Commercial 
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Hirstel E H. dry goods, 82 mont 
Hitchcock Chas M. Dr. 15 Bush 

" Geo B. books & stationery, 
168 Montgomery 
Hitchings E. paper-hanger, 181 Clay 
Hittell J S. phrenologist, 200 Clay 
Hixon W W. upholsterer, 202 Clay 
Hoard M. laborer, 26 First 
Hoare P. grocer, 290 Pacific 
Hoag H. grocer, 42 First 

" 4* Whiston, grocers, 42 First 
Hobart B. com merchant 68 Sacramento 

" & Boyle, com mer, 68 Sac 
Hobe Geo H. cigars. 161 Kearny 

" 6& Weihe, cigars, 161 Kearny 
Hobson Irving, laborer, 57 Broadway 
" G A. boot maker, 216 Clay 
" J H. clerk, 137 Montgomery 
" Mrs. dressmaker, 216 Clay 
Hoburg W H, state guager, 57 Sac 
Hochkofilen R. mdze broker, 56 Front 
Hodburg A. tailor, 284 Dupont 
Hodge (^has. drugs, 181 Sansome 
Hodges E H. notary public, 228 Kearny 
Hodge John G, clerk, 139 Montgomery 
Hodge &. Dickey, drugs, 181 Sansome 
Hodgkins C E. laborer, 115 Kearny 

" J L. blacksmith, 106 Kearny 
Hodgkiss John, drayman, Vallejo n Bat 
Hoeger, Brothers, com mer, 113 Sac 
Hoeg Geo. C. wood & coal, 118 Front 
" & Millington, wood & coal, 118 
Front 
Hoeichner S R. laborer, 59 Kearny 
Hoen Francis, 272 Dupont 
Hotf Wm C. shipchandlers, 27 Sac 

" & Owner, shipchandlers, 27 Sac 
Hoffman jr Ogden, judge US D C. 91 

Merchant 
Hoffman Christian, grocer, 71 Mont 
Hoffman's Exchange, 41 Pacific 
" F. bootmaker, 178 Clay 
" Fred'k, butcher, 342 Stockton 
" J F. restaurant, 41 Pacific 
" S. com mer, 117 Pine 
" Wm. coppersmith, 69 First 

^ CO. boots & shoes, 178 Clay 



Hog Owen, oyster saloon, 130 Coml 
Hogan Geo. grocer, 281 Pacific 
Hogg A. drugs, 113 Front 

" Jas. drugs, 113 Front 

" & Langley, druggists, 113 Front 
Hohl L. grocer, 81 Montgomery 



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Hohl <fc Loecher, grocery, 81 Mont 
Holbrook C M. carp, 145 Sac, h 318 Pac 
Holden M. boots, 110 Montgomery 
Holcomb S E. bootmaker, 78 Coml 
Holland C. policeman, 244 Dupont 
'• N. wheelright, 298 Dupont 
" P. pressman Alta of. 210 Wash 
" Nathaniel, county buildg. Plaza 
Hollenbeck W S. merchant, 150 Sans 
HoUey W A clerk, 182 Montgomery 
Hollister Wm. attorney, 135 Mont 
Holman Thos S. merchant, 58 Cala 
" W C. com mer, 84 Sacramento 
" O T. carpenter, 158 Cala 
" & Ferris, com mer, 58 Cala 
" & CO. W C. com mer, 84-86 Sac 
Holmes Chas. stone cutter, 55 Broadway 
" F. laborer, 142 Commercial 
'' Freeland, com mer, 37 Battery 
" Thos. well sinker, 212 Pacific 
" T. bar room, 133 Dupont 
" Dow & CO. com mer, 37 Battery 
Holt Mrs. dress maker, 216 Clay 
Holz G. cigars, 165 Washington 
Homer Jos. boots & shoes, 75 Bush 
Homer Chas. contractor, Mission c 2nd 

" E V. 204 Stockton 
Hong Chong, laundry, 189 Sacramento 
Honigsberger J. agent, 92 Cahfornia 
Honore, restaurant, 115 Commercial 
Honore & constant, restaurant, 115 Coml 
Hoober G B. printer, 127 Sacramento 
Hoodley Miles, woodyard, Dupt c Union 
Hooker Thos. laborer, 61 LiedsdorfF 
Hooper A D. merchant, 153 Dupont 
" A J. com mer, 108 Front 
" John M. coffee house, 179 Front 
" John, lumber, 247 Jackson 
Hope Wm. clerk Street Comsnr, office 

City Hall 
Hopkins C T. clerk C H 

" Steven, clerk, Harrison n Beale 
" S U. Dept Collector Custom H 
" Thos. grocer, 339 Stock 
Hopps W, painter, 100 Sansome 
Horan A C. wines & hquors, 116 Cala 
Horgan John, carpenter, Telgph Hill 

" Michael, trader, 35 Pike 
Horn A A. laborer, 36 First 
" B C. segars, 58 Sansome 
" Daniel A. book-keeper, 127 Sans 
Horn 4* CO. B C. imp cigars, 58 Sans 
Home Philip, Sutter House, Beale n 

Folsome 
Horr 4* CO. Wm. bakers, 356 Powell 



Horrigan John, bar, 47 Montgomery 

" B. laborer, 365 Powell 
Horroche Wm H. painter, 28 Sansome 
Hort Samuel com mer, 92 Jackson 

" Bros, merchants, 92 Jackson ^ 

Hort's building, 92 Jackson I 

Horton A H. carpenter, 61 Hallock 

" John, bar, 153 Clay ! 

Hoskins E. com mer, 152 Mont - 

" Edward, com mer, 92 Cala 
" J D. engineer. Market n First 
" S A. Mrs. milliner, 344 Stock 
Hosman Chas. liquors, 45 Sansome 
Hosmer Chas. imp wines, 89 Cala 
" H B. billiards, 152 Mont 
" <^ Tingley, billiards, 152 Mont 
Hossefross Geo H.builder, 250 Kearny 
Houghton Mrs. boarding, 246 Clay 
Houseman Jas. shipwght, Folsm c Main 
Houseley Jos blcksmth, beale n Folsom 
Housley Jos. blksmith, 59 Hallock 
" Jos. coppersmith, 61 First 
Housley & co. blksmiths, 59 Halleck 
Hotel de Bordeaux, 85 Broadway 
Hovery F C. merchant, 68 Pacific 
Howard C G. painter, 90 Clay 
" Engine House, 73 Coml 
" Geo H. office 104 Mont 
" Irving, moulder, 69 First 
" House, 35 Pacific 
" J L. grocer, 194 Kearny 
" Nathan, builder, 27 Sans 
" Wm. liquors, 122 Jackson 
" W D M. 137 Montgomery 
" & Wilber, builder, 27 Sansome 
Howell B H. com mer, 104 Battery 

" Geo C. clerk, 93 Pacific 
Howe Geo. pilot, Cunningham's wharf 
Howe F. clerk, 86 Jackson 
" P. finisher, 69 First 
" Wm. butter, 138 Clay 
" 4* ^^- traders in butter, 138 Clay 
Howes Geo. merchant, 117 Jackson 
" R. furniture, 150 Sacramento 
" 4* CO. furniture, 150 Sacramento 
Hows Wm. liquors, Market n First 
Howlett John, grocer. Wash n Powell 

" &. Tate, grocers, Wash n Powell 
Hoxie Benj. carpenter 199 California 
Hoyt Samuel H. drayman, 96 Battery 
Hoyer Cornelius, shipmaster, 399 Powell 
Huard A. physician, 151 Stockton 
Hubbar A. barber, 66 Commercial 
Hubbard D. stoves, 117 Sansome 

« C G. The Kremlin, 328 Stock 



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Hubbard D E. drygoods, 115 Bush 
« E P. stoves, 122 Dupont 
" G. carpenter, 196 Kearny 
" H P. stoves, 117 Sansome 
" J J. painter, 26 First 
" L. pliysician, 328 Stockton 
" (fc CO. stoves, 117 Sansome 
" & Williams, The Kremlin, 328 
Stockton 
Hubbell Margaret, boarding, 46 Pike 

" J G. engineer, 90 Pine " 
Huber C. bootmaker, 186 Washington 

' ^ Cornish, bootmakrs, 186 Wash 
Hubert N. attorney, 90 Merchant 
Hudgins J L. blacksmith, 160 Kearny 
Hudson C. boots &. shoes, 86 Gala 

" Edward, carp. Stout's Alley n 
Washington 
Hudson John, painter, 33 Webb 
" James, plumber, 33 Webb 
" W G. intelgnce office, 130 Coml 
" 4* Butler, carp, Stout's Alley n 
Washington 
Hue Vallery, drayman, 229 Stockton 
Hueston H M. tailor, 195 Clay 
Huffington J C. shipping office, 17 Coml 
Huggard John, striker, 67 First 
Hughes A. moulder, Folsom c Beale 
" Ant'y, boarding, 321 Stockton 
" Chas. printer, Alta office 
" C J. attorney, 90 Merchant 
" E. 142 Montgomery 
" H. merchant, 321 Stockton 
" Henry, com mer, 128 Sansome 
" Jas. 162 Montgomery 
" Jas. laborer, Wash n Powell 
" T A. C H broker, 186 Wash 
" Glen & CO. com mer, 128 Sans 
Huie G W. physician, Harrison c Beale 
" J B. auc (fc com, 126 Sans 
" (fc CO. auc «fc com, 126 Sansome 
Hull Geo S. clerk, 132 California 
" J A. printer, 118 Commercial 
" P P. publisher, 146 Mont 
Hume S S. drayman. Sans c Coml 
Humbert A. U S Assayer, 142 Coml 
Hum bland A. butcher, N. W. market 
Hummeltenberg W. 279 Dupont 
Humphreys C. county surveyor's office. 

City Hall 
Humphreys J. Rassette House 
" J B. grocer, 201 Sac 

'• L. clerk, 152 Sansome 

" Wm. P. city surveyor, office 

City Hall 



Humphreys & co. grocers, 201 Sac 
Hungerford J. laborer, 13 Minna 
" R. laborer, 13 Minna 

Hunt Chas. caulker, Harrison n Speare 
" D W. grocer, 84 Pine 
" G. merchant, 120 Bush 
" J I), hardware, 97 Battery 
" J L. clerk, 97 Battery 
" J S. caulker, Harrison n Speare 
" P. livery stable, 163 Sacramento 
" S. porter, 229 Clay 
" S I. caulker, Harrison n Speare 
" Thos. agent Union Line, 49 Pac 
" & CO. J D. hardware, 77 Battery 
Hunter A A. broker, 154 Montgomery 
" B H. com mer, 92 Jackson 
" E J. stevedore, 10 California 

R. clerk, 249 Clay 
" R F. insp cus. Barge Office 
Huntington C T. com mer, 126 Front 
" Geo. 49 Washington 

" G M. clerk, Davis n Wash 

« U. blacksmith, 129 Dupont 

" W. blacksmith, 43 Webb 

Huntley H V. 230 Stockton 
Hun* n C J. clerk, Harrison n Speare 
Huntoon Wm. 233 Powell 
Hurley Alex, carpenter, 170 Bush 
Hussey Chas S. boarding, Vallejo n Stock 
" F A. com mer, 73 Sacramento 
" Thos. grocer, 359 Powell 
" Bond c^* Hale, com mer, 73 Sac 
Husson F. clerk, 162 Montgomery 
Hussore 1. laborer, 52 Kearny 
Hutcherson M. carpenter, 26 First 
Hutchings U P. com mer, 79 Pacific 
Hutchins J H. soda factory, 384 Stock 
Hutchinson J S. clerk, 134 Mont 
Huttinett N. cabinetmkr, 272 Dupont 
Hyam Joseph, Mercantile Hotel 
Hyam Dr. 120 Clay 
Hyatt Caleb, Oriental Hotel 
Hyatt J G. 41 Pacific 

" G B. engraver, Coml c Liedsdorflf 
Hyde E. hotel, 89 Pacific 
" Henry, baker, 356 Powell 
" Isaac, stoves, 109 Sacramento 
" J T. physician, 125 Coml, h 310 
Dupont 
Hyde W H. boarding, 115 Bush 
" W H, lumber, 14 California 
" & Camack, stoves, 109 Sac 
" (fc Perry, P Temp House, 89 Pac 
" (fc Greenman, lumber, 14 Cala 
Hoymes G. clothier, 127 Commercial 



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lander Leonard, mattrasses, 1G7 Jackson 
Ickelheimer 11. painter, 222 Kearny, h 

368 Powell 
Ickelheimer J. bds 59 Kearny 
Ickman H E. blacksmith, 103 Kearny 
Ickleman A. 29 First 
Iken & CO, merchants, 84 Sacramento 
Illmans M. 161 Front 
Illingsworth W. carpenter, 8-3 Jackson 
lis J G. tinman, 214 Washington 
Imlay Isaac, bds 156 Clay 
Inches Robt. waterman, Stockton n Filbt 
Ingalls Geo. laborer, Vallejo n Battery 
Ingate John, bds, 156 Clay 
Inge S W. attorney, 163 Montgomery 
Inge Samuel, 205 Clay 
IngersoU Saml. porter, 1 Commercial whf 
Ingersoll Wm. 59 Clay 
Ingraham A. teamster, Bat n Vallejo 
Ingraham Jos. clothing. 111 Clay 
Ingraham J. pilot, Cumiingham's wharf 
Inkleby J. blacksmith, 89 Pine 
Inkleworth ^Y P. jeweler, 83 Keamj^ 
Inkley B. Minna c Second 
Inkley D. Minna c Second 
Inman J C. bds Tehama 
Inman M. stone cutter. Battery n Greene 
Inman Walter, painter, 63 Clay 
Insdale Henry, carriage maker, 91 Kear 
Inslee J H. cigars, 64 Commercial 
Inspector Weights and Measures, T Ten- 

nent. Front cor Commercial 
Intfield V. notary public, Market st whf 
Ireland Wm. ship carpenter, Rincon point 

near Beale 
Iresdale J S. stoves, 88 Clay 
Irewalds Jas. drayman, 83 Kearny 
Irvine Jas. drayman, 51 Clay 
Irving House, 156 Montgomery 
Irwin F S. boatman. Commercial wharf 
Irwin John, porter, 179 Clay 
Inwood Geo. proprietor, 379 Powell 
Isaacs H. tailor, 190 Montgomery 
Isaacs H. 315 Stockton 
Isaacs Morris, tailor, 198 Kearny 
Isaton L. ostler, 73 Kearny 
Isnard Amand, barber, 234 Dupont 
Israel Moses, tailor, 98 Commercial 
Isthmus Hotel, 36 First 
Ives John, boatman. Central wharf 
Ives Warren, fish, 26-28 Pacific market 
Ivison Pierre, blacksmith, 53 Clay 



Jacks H. jeweler, 157 Montgomery 
" Saml. laborer, Sydney Valley 
" W S. jeweler, 157 Montgomery 
" & Woodruff, jewelers, 157 Mont 
Jackson A. hatter, 151 Montgomery 
" Anne, washing, 316 Dupont 
" Chas M. clerk, 181 Front 
" E. tailor, 259 Dupont 
" House, restaurant, 93-95 Mont 
" House Gen'l, liquors, 18 First 
" J. bds Tehama 
'* Jos, auct and com, 96 Cala 
" John, grocer, 187 Pacific 
•' J T. upholsterer, 181 Clay 
" J T. printer, 127 Sacramento 
" S C. physician, 202 Pacific 
" Wm H. turner, 91 Kearny 
" & Goux, woolen dyers, Mason c 
Washington 
Jacobs Edgar, porter, 199 Front 
" J. painter, 83 Kearny 
" Joseph, tailor, 210 Kearny 
" J T. merchant, 156 Clay 
" M. tailor, 210 Kearny 
" S R. merchant, 128 Sansome 
" S L. merchant, 76 Montgomery 
" S L. brickmaker. Stock n Filbert 
" T C. liquor, 11 Drum 
" & Dessau, bakers, Chesnut above 
Stockton , 

" & Levi, merchant, 76 Mont 
" & Pearl, hquor, 11 Drum 
Jacoby W. imp dry goods, 72 Mont 
Jacquen C. pawnbroker, 151 Commercial 
Jaquis Jas. teamster, 118 Bush 
Jaquet C. merchant, 408 Stockton 
James G F. attorney, 159 Montgomery 
" John, striker, 64 First 
" Thos. ship carpenter, 8 Melius 
" W. trader, 249 Clay 
Jamison R. ship carpenter, 53 First 

" Thos. laborer, Sydney Valley 
Janes H P. attorney, 159 Clay, h 266 

Powell 
Janes, Noyes & Barber, attys, 159 Clay 
Janson C J. dry goods, 92 Sansome 
Janssen E. grocer, 25 Sansome 
Jardin Alph, artist, 195 Dupont 
Jarrett Thos. boarding, 51 Front 
Jaszynsky L. merchant, 64 Sansome 
Jefferes Wm. Drum cor California 
Jefferson B. Washington n Stockton 



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JeflFerson R S. laborer, 115 Kearny 
Jelly W D. physician, 257 Clay 
Jenifer W II. insp customs, barge office 
Jenkins E. pilot, Cunningham's wharf 
" John, shoemaker, 144 Mont 
" Mrs John, milliner, 108 Sac 
" Wm. drugs, 142 Montgomery 
" Wm. 51 Sansome 
" & Keith, drugs, 142 Mont 
Jennings E R. tailor, 288 Stockton 
" G A. clerk, 146 Sansome 
" B. clothier, 83 California 
" Wm. blacksmith, 35 Broadway 
" & Brewster, clothing, 83 Cala 
Jessel E A. auctioneer, 88 Commercial 
Jessup R M. imp groceries, 79 Wash 
Jewell H C. bds Tehama 

" H M. clerk, 93 California 
" jr Wm. City Directory Office, Clay 
street, h 36 Virginia 
Jewett Geo D. insp cus, barge office 
" Mary, residence 233 Sacramento 
" Saml N. painter, 55 Broadway 
" W Cornell, auct and com, 67 Cala 
" W S. artist, 98 merchant 
Jillard Mrs John, boarding, 50 Broadway 
Jlaize V. baker, 319 Dupont 
Jobbi D. liquors, 208 Sacramento 
Jobson Chas F. printer, 201 Sacramento 

" David, merchant, 168 Dupont 
Johns E. moulder. Market n First 

" Thos D. merchant, 60 Sansome, h 
245 Washington 
Johnson A. mechanic, 36 First 

" C A. attorney, 99 Merchant 
" C. com mer, 152 Pacific 
" C J. jewelry, 128 Commercia,l 
" Chas. bar, 199 Pacific 
" D. 45 California 
" E, wheelwright, 105 Kearny 
" Elias, blacksmith, 148 Pacific 
" E K. foundryman, 69 First 
" Geo. grain, 145 Washington ' 
" Geo. barkeeper, 10 California 
" H. drayman, 57 Broadway 
" H. miner, 319 Dupont 
" Henry, drugs, 146 Washington 
" Jas. plumber «& tinman, 136 Clay 
" Jas. El Dorado, 193 Wash 
" Jacob, watchmaker, 199 Pacific 
" John, clothing, 169 Clay 
" J C. merchant, 102 Battery 
Johnson J. Ncely store-keeper, Union st. 
U. S. B. Ware House 



Johnson J H. bar, 95 Pacific 

" Mrs. millinery, 156 Sacramento 
" J S. Rassettc house 
" J F. merchant, 97 Jackson 
" P. drayman, 57 Broadway 
" Miss M. dressmaker, 92 Mont 
" R. stone cutter, 380 Stockton 
" Richard, Rassette house 
" SO. publisher, office cor Com- 
mercial and Leidsdorff, h 172 Wash 
" Saml H. lumber, 14 California 
" S W. painter, 45 Pike 
" S W. 142 Washington 
" Thos. bowling, 57 Commercial 
" Thos G. Niantic hotel 
" T R. books, 140 Sacramento 
" W. dravman, 57 BroadAvay 
" W H. bds Tehama 
" W 0. livery, 166 (commercial 
" W C. ship joiner, Har n Spear 
" W U. insp cus, barge office 
" & Gihon, books, 140 Sac 
" & CO. Henry, drugs, 140 Wash 
" & CO. W O. livery, 166 Coml 
^" &, Canfield, clothing, 169 Clay 
" & Thomas, attys, 99 Merchant 
Johnston Albert, carpenter, 69 First 
" D. Rassette House 
" James, El Dorado, 193 Wash 
" J. Rassette House 
" Jas. plumber, 136 Clay 
" J. S. elk str Kate Kearny, 
" J W. daguerean, 136 Mont 
" Thos. bds Oriental Hotel 
" W P. laborer, 76 Pacific 
Joice E V. St Bt Hotel, 2 Coml 

" Erastus, attorney, 270 Clay 
Jolibois Jean, boarding, 398 Stockton 
Jolliff W H. pilot, Cunnghm's wharf 
Joly A. clerk, 122 California 
Jones Cyrus W. merchant, 47 Cala 
" David, hotel, (Jones') 119 Cala 
" D. butcher, 311 Stockton 
" Edward, hanker, 185 Kearny 
" Ed. steward str Jack Hays 
" E H. fancy goods, 151 Mont 
" F E. teacher pub school, 234 Dupt 
" F L. painter, 192 Jackson 
" Hotel, 115-119 California 
" H B. clerk, 185 Kearny 
" H P. real estate. 277 Stockton 
•• H W. physician, 129 Pacific 
" Jolm, shpwrght, Harrison n Spear 
" J H. painter, 192 Jackson 



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Jones S D. imp shoes, 96-98 Battery 
" J T. bar, 138 Montgomery 
•' P. caulker, 61 First 
" S. (col'd) washing, 290 Pacific 
" Wm. wheelwright, 105 Kearny 
" Wm. carpenter, Vallejo n Battery 
" Wm. (col'd) barber, 145 Coml 
" WmB. merchant, 129 CaUfornia 
" Wm. Gary, atty, 98 Mercht, h 227 
Stockton 

Jones Wra. H. auctioneer 142 Wash 
" 4* CO- "i^P shoes, 96-98 Battery 
" & CO. E H fancy goods, 151 Mont 
" 4* ^^- ^^' ^- merchants, 131 Cal 
" Tompkins &, Strode, attorneys, 98 
Merchant 

Jordan A. 153 Commercial 
" E. laborer, 73 Kearny 
" Geo H. soda manufactr, Vallejo n 
Stockton 

" Morris, jeweler, 126 Mont 
" M J. mason, Stockton n Greene 
" 4' ^^' jeweler, 126 Montgomery 

Jorgensen J E. jeweler, 153 Kearny 

Joseph Henry, wharfinger, Market street 
wharf, h 163 Mission • 

Joseph J B. optician, 128 Montgomery 
" J J. drugs, h 355 Powell 
'• jr J J. drugs, h 355 Powell 
" li B. optician, 128 Montgomery 
" Louis, bar, 95 Kearny 
" Bros &. CO. jewelers, 128 Mont 

Josephi I S. imp jewelry, 176 Wash 
" &. CO. Robert, jewelers, depot of 
Josephi's Premium Fountain Pen, 176 
Washington 

Josephs A A, drugs, 192 Clay 

" S J. imp saddlery, 102 Battery 
" & CO. Imp't Saddlery 102 Bat'ry 

Josselyn J T. upholsterer, 206 Clay 
" L N. laborer, 83 Pacific: 

Jourdain A J. (col'd) barber, 145 Coml 

Journeay Wm. drayman, 63 Kearny 

Joyce E W. hotel, 2 Commercial 
" Math, clerk, 104 Montgomery 
« M T. clerk, 162 Kearny 
" 4- Lockwood, S B Hotel, 2 Coml 

Joyner Thos. P. bar, Vallejo n Battery 

Juarls Juana, 171 Dupont 

Judah Chas D. city attorney, 163 Mont- 
gomery, bds., Kremlin 
" & Hacket, attorneys and coun- 
sellors at law, 163 Montgomery. 

Juds J. brick moulder. Stock n Gnwich 

Julyn A. boarding, Vallejo n Battery 

June Chas. baker, Vallejo n Battery 



Junson Geo D. teamster, 59 Broadway 
Justic, jeweler, 212 Dupont 
Justus M. bar, Vallejo n Battery 



Kaindler A. imp dry goods, 193 Clay 
Kaindler G. imp dry goods, 193 Clay 
Kaindler & Bros, imp dry goods, 193 

Clay 
Kalisher E D. clerk, 88 Commercial 
Kalkman P. merchant, 12 Melius 
Kammann P. printer, Vallejo n Battery 
Kane John, laborer, Minna n Second 
Kane Samuel, mattress maker, Vallejo n 

Battery 
Karpp A. dry goods, 204 Pacific 
Karness Mathew, laborer, 235 Stockton 
Kashaw Israel, groc & liqrs, Markt whf 
Katz B. clothier, 85 Commercial 
Kau J E. laborer, 63 Kearny 
Kauharatt H K. merchant, 60 Gala 
Kause A F. tinman, 150 Kearny 
Kay Chong, China mcht, 171 Sac 
Keating F. bricklayer. Vallejo n Battery 
Keating James, butcher, 219 Pacific 
Kearny James, tailor, 98 Pine 
KeelanP. laborer, 21 Battery 
Keemer M. trader, 104 Pine 
Keenan John, clerk, 169 Clay 
Keeney W M. notary public, 139 Coml 
Keep E J. merchant, 67 Montgomery 
Keesing Barnet, clothier, 238 Dupont 
Kehoe J roofer 80 San some 
Kehoe John, carpenter, 152 Pacific 
Kehoe S. carpenter, Sansome n Battery 
Keiser Jacob, tinman, 115 Sansome 
Keith John, druggist, 142 Montgomery 
Keith M. bar-room, 113 Montgomery 
Keith & Jenkins, druggists, 142 Mont 
Kelcher T. boarding, 68 Broadway 
Keller Robert, confectionery, 181 Clay 
Kellen M. bar-room, 18 First 
Keller Capt. shipmaster, 60 Broadway 
Keller Jacob, blacksmith, 49 Kearny 
Kellersberger B. merchant, 172 Mont 
Kellogg A. druggist, 125 Commercial 
Kellogg C G. agent, 25 Commercial 
Kellogg C L. druggist, 134 Cala, h Sac, 

c Prospect Place 
Kellogg C W. grocer, 25 Coml 
Kellogg Geo. com mer, Bdway c Front 
Kellogg Jas. Sec Merced Mining Co. 6 

Pike 
Kellogg <fc Provost, grocers, 25 Coml 
Kells W F. builder, 189 Jackson 



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Kelly Bernard, carman, P O Ex, Plaza 
Kelly Daniel, mason, 239 Clay 
Kelly Eugene, dry goods, 92 Sans 
Kelly Hugh, blacksmith, Webb n Gala 
Kelly Henry, painter. Battery n Bdway 
Kelly J. machinist, 69 First 
Kelly John, dry goods, 133 Sacramento 
Kelly Patrick, plasterer, 82 Pine 
Kelly P F. laborer, Folsom c Beale 
Kelly Terence, police officer, 244 Dupt 
Kelly W P. printer, 131 Kearny 
Kelly & CO. E. imp dry goods, 92 Sans 
Kelsey D S. 75 Commercial 
Kelsey D B. butter, cheese 4* l^^d, 16 

Pacific Market 
Kelsey W F. auc 4* com, 76 Cala 
Kelsey <fc Smith, com mer, 76 Cala 
Kemble E C. editor Alta Cala, Wash c 

Brenham Place 
Kemp Horace, clerk, 106 Montgomery 
Kendall Daniel, laborer, 47 Broadway 
Kendall Joseph, painter, 199 Clay 
Kendig Benj. real estate auctioneer, 114 

Sansome 
Kendig 4* co. Benj. real estate auction'rs 

114 Sansome 
Kennan J. W. com mer, 62 Sansome 
Kennan t^* co. 62 Sansome 
Kenneday B W. blacksmith, 103 Kearny 
Kenneday Benj. drayman, 49 Broadway 
Kennedy Ed. fruit dealer, 117 Coml 
1 Kennedy Geo, grocer, 142 Wash 
! Kennedy Francis, blacksmith, 126 Pac 
\ Kennedy John, laborer, 49 Pine 
Kennedy Wm. (col'd) barber, 51 Davis 
' Kennedy <^ co. grocers, 142 Wash 
, Kenney Henry, butcher, 342 Stockton 
Kenny Chas. stone cutter, 123 Pine 
|, Kenny E bds Fnuikliii Hotel 
'Kenny P. blacksmith, 277 Dupont 
' Kenny W H. notary public, Coml c Mont 
Kent Saml, clerk, 100 Battery 
I Kent Saml H. ship joiner, 36 First 
I Kenton F S. grocer, Law's wharf 
Kenyon T B. boarding 
Keppel Henry, ship carpenter, 8 Melius 
Kerar Chas S. teamster, 51 Broadway 
fKermer M. merchant, 104 Pine 
iKermey D. laborer, 53 First 
■Kerr W M. carpenter, 91 Kearny 
iKerr W R. stone cutter, 33 Kearny 
Kerrison Robt. grocer, 267 Stockton 
Ketner Saml, Rincon point 
Kettelle W C. clerk, 118 Montgomery 
jKewenE J C. lawyer, 157 Montgomery 



Keyes D W. butter and lard, 149 Sans 
Keyes E. merchant, 310 Dupont 
Keyes E D. capt USA. office 186 Dupt 
Keyes E W. merchant, 161 Montgomery 
Keyes H. butter store, 149 Sansome 
Keyes Seth C, clothing, 195 Clay 
Keyes Wm. merchant, 16 Webb 
Keyes Wm C. clothier, 178 Clay 
Keyes & co, butter store, 149 Sansome 
Keyser Simeon, clerk, 53 Broadway 
Kibbe W. public house, 137 Commercial 
Kibbe Millar J. liquor, 132 Montgomery 
Kidd J. Rassette house 
Kidder Danl S. porter, 55 Broadway 
Kieruff N. clerk, 372 Stockton 
Kilick Thomas, Franklin hotel 
Killillea Brian, porter, 50 California 
Killmer Cornelius, printer, 144 Clay 
Killman Walter, agent, 130 Commercial 
Killgore H C. stoves, 49 Sacramento 
Kimball Chas. carriage painter, 39 Webb 
Kimball Chas P. publishing hall, 97 Coml 
Kimball Jas. pattern maker, 69 First, h 

Reikis 
KiETOall Thos A. carpenter and builder, 

162 Montgomery 
Kimball John, laborer, Folsome c Beale 
Kincade Wm. laborer, 41 Sansome 
Kinchela J B. liquor dealer, 116 Jack 
Kinet Francois, engraver, 128 Kearny 
King Ed. boarding, Val bet Stock & Dupt 
King John, cabinet maker, 25 Bush 
King of Wm, Jas. banker, 131 Mont 
King L. clothier, 75 Commercial 
King T Butler, U S Collector, 197 Wash 
King T Butler jr, cashier, custom house 
King C A. actor, Amer Theatre 
King & CO, S R. lumber, 18 California 
Kingsbury J. hardware, 122 Clay 
Kingsbury Jos. clerk, 97 Battery 
Kingsbury Wm. Tehama house 
Kingsley J B. mason, 31 Pike 
Kingsley N P. builder, 247 Jackson 
Kinzer G W. register clerk custom house 
Kirby Wm L. steward S M Hospital 
Kirby Wm. Frankhn hotel 
Kirchner Alex, merchant, 60 Cala 
Kirchoff C. merchant, 127 California 
KirchoflF S. merchant, 178 Dupont 
Kirchoff, De Sola & co, merchs, 127 Cala 
Kirk Patrick, teamster, 115 Kearny 
Kiser Fred, seaman, 51 Commercial ' 
Kirtland C W. Rassette house 
Kittredge John, blacksmith, 127 Wash 



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Kittredge k co, blacksmiths, 127 Wasli 
Kittredge J W. com mer, 10 Sacramento 
Kittrell John R. insp cus, brrge office 
Klaucke M F. merchant, 12G Cala 
Klarney Jas. tailor, 98 Pine 
Kleinshroth John, hotel, 133 Pme 
Kline Fred C. waiter, 85 Sansome 
Kling Geo. restaurant, 115 Front 
Klipzig John, gunsmith, 212 Washington 
Klopp A. seaman, 63 Broadway 
Klump W. engraver, 103 Montgomery 
Klumpke Geo. boot maker, 154 Mont 
Klumpke & Pfieffer, boot mkrs, 154 Mont 
Knibble Wm. soda works, Val n Dupt 
Knickerbocker Eng House, 107 Mercht 
Knight E. agent P M S S Co, Sacramen- 
to cor Leidsdorff 
Knight F P. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
Knight J P. ballast, 36 First 
Knight 0. wheelwright, 105 Kearny 
Knight S A. carman, 96 Jackson 
Knott R F. merchants' exchange, 152 

Montgomery 
Knowles Thos. clerk, 194 Mission ^ 
Knowls Richard, laborer, 245 Clay ^ 
Knowlton G. turner, 196 Kearny 
Knowlton J J. carpenter, 328 Dupont 
j^nox F Dr. oil woi'ks, 96 Jackson 
g;nox R F. oil, 96 Jackson 
g;nox & CO, oil, 96 Jackson 
Kock W M. 59 Kearny 
Kohl Wm. laborer, Folsome c Beale 
Kohler A. grocer, 276 Stockton 
Kohler G F. notary public, 3 Commercial 
Kohler Fred^ silver plater, 127 Kearny 
Kohlmann S. clothing, 165 Montgomery 
Kohlmann Jacob, clothier, 172 Clay 
Kohlmann Solomon, clothier, 172 Clay 
Kohlmann & Bros, clothiers, 172 Clay 
Kohn Emile, trader, 393 Powell 
Kones T M. 61 Battery 
Korr L R. hardware, 188 Washington 
Korn T R. hardware, 110 Battery 
Kopf Klous, school teacher, 243 Dupont 
Korrick R. tailor, 270 Dupont 
Koster H. segar dealer, 174 Wash 
Kostromitnoff P S. Russian American Co 

agent, 172 Montgomery 
Krait R. laborer, Sydney Valley 
Krambach L. crockery and glass, 171 

Montgomery 
Kramer George, cabinet maker, 279 Dupt 
Kramer J. segars, Dupt n Filbert 
Kramer Jacob, brewer, Val n Powell 



Krause & co H. imp Fr goods, 174 Mont 
Kremer M. druggist, 74 Montgomery 
Kreraer M. merchant, 104 Pine 
Kremlin hotel, 328 Stockton 
Kripp John, carpenter, 152 Pacific 
Kroh B P. laborer, 99 Kearny 
Krone Louis, tailor, 159 Washington 
Krone & Guttman, tailors, 159 Wash 
Krotowlise H. stone cntter, Sydney Valley 
Kirus C. coffee house, 100 Montgomery 
Krucgcr Chas, pump and block maker, 17 

Sacramento 
Kuce Francis, baker, 160 Kearny 
Kuce & Carter, bakers, 160 Kearny 
Kuhn Cristopher, baker, 207 Jackson 
Kuner A. engrcver, 167 Washington 
Kurtz John, tobacco and segars, 84 Bat 
Kurzer G W. clerk, 197 Washington 
Kuitz John, saloon, 39 Pacific 
Kurtz J. imp segars, 63 Commercial 
Kurtz J. merchant, 3 Commercial 
Kyle Clarence, carman, 9 Melius, rear 
Kyle Mrs C. washing, 9 jNlellus, rear 
I^yle J B. butcher, 365 Stockton 
Kyne Chas. Franklin Hotel 
Kyne Jas. Franklin Hotel 



Labatt & co S K. dry goods, 179 Clay 
Lacharme Alex, carpanter, 231 Dupont 
Laciciana Chas P. clerk. Griffin's Wharf 
Lacy Louis, cook. Commercial wharf 
Ladd A S. auction saloon, 98 Sansome 
Ladd Geo. watchmaker, 115 Mont 
Ladd W N. clerk, 99 Sansome 
Lafoy Mrs P. teacher, 179 Stockton 
Laprauce L. cook. Commercial wharf 
Lafitte C B. com mar, 47 Battery 
Lafitte H. B. auction, 91 California 
Laforest E A. resides 246 Powell 
Lagauterie tf co C. com mer, 140 Jack 
Lagomarsine Luis, brokar, 194 Wash 
Lagus H E. merchant, 85 Jackson 
Lahan John L. bar, 153 Clay 
Lahan & Horton, bar, 153 Clay 
Laighton Jas. merchant, 159 Melius 
Laigneil Jean, blacksmith, 293 Stockton i 
Laimbeer Geo. builder, 34 Sansome 
Laird John, porter, 60 Battery 
Lake Lelos, judge district court, h Sacra- 
mento above Dupont 
Lake Harvey, pilot, 90 Pacific 
Luke Michael, laborer, Sydney Valley 



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Lamb Seth, insp cus, barge office 
Lamben E. watchmaker, 175 Clay 
Lamben (f co, watchmakers, 175 Clay 
Lambert Allen, foundryman, 246 Powell 
Lambert Geo Gr. com mer, 52 Front 
Lambert Ed. saloon, 252 Dupont 
Lambert Dr. 33 Montgomery 
Lambert Gilbert, saloon, 252 Dupont 
Lambert John, mason, 239 Clay 
Lambert Thos. com mer, 5 Broadway 
Lambert & co, com mer, 52 Front 
Lambert B ^ G. saloon, 252 Dupont 
Lamheart C. clerk, Cunningham's wharf 
Lammott Robt S. com mer, 4 Battery 
Lammott H D. clerk, 4 Battery 
Lamoore T. waiter, 85 Sansome 
Lamont Ed H. com mer, 92 Jackson 
Lamont, Hunter & co, com mer, 92 Jack 
Lamson Joseph, ship master, 47 Com! 
Lamson N K. cashier, 106 Sansome 
Lande R, hotel, 156 Montgomery 
Lander C. tailor, 154 Clay 
Lander ^ Assion, tailors, 154 Clay 
Landers James, Central House, Merchant 
Landers John, clerk, 173 Clay 
Landers P C. California n Kearny 
Landeau P. tailor, 225 Clay 
Landeta Manuel, clerk, 44 Davis 
Lane Ebenezer, insp cus, barge office 
Lane H. cook, 83 Sansome 
Lane S A. painter, 139 Sansome 
Lane Thos A. saloon, 185 Jackson 
Lang Chas E. sign painter, Mason near 

Greenwich 
Lang W F. National hotel, 76 Pacific 
Lang ^ Brady, National hotel, 76 Pac 
Langdon E F. insp cus, barge office 
Langerman Wm. tobacconist, 182 Mont 
Langerman ^f co, imp and wholesale dlrs 

in tobacco and segars, 182 Mont 
Langfeld L. fancy goods, 247 Clay 
Langley A J. saloon, 191 Kearny 
Langley Chas. ll3 Battery 
1 Langley & co, bar room, 191 Kearny 
I Lanszweert Louis, chemist, 164 Mont 
I Lapeyronsa S de La, 313 Dupont 
i Larco Nicolas, merchant, 138 Jackson 
j Larco .f co, merchants, 138 Jackson 
iLarcomb Jos. carpenter, 61 Leidsdorff 
iLarken J F. drug store, 200 Clay 
] Larkin T 0. 137 Montgomery 
I Larrabee J R. boots and shoes, 40 Coml 
• Larrimore Richard, builder, 202 Pacific 
I Larseu Wm. stone cutter, Sydney Valley 



Lask Joseph, clerk, 22 Commercial 
Lask Lewis, clothing, 96 merchant 
Lask Lewis, 73 Bush 
Lassar E. dry goods, 217 Dupont 
Lassar L. dry goods, 217 Dupont 
Lassar & Bros, dry goods, 217 Dupont 
Lassia J. 194 Pacific 
Latcher Louisa, boarding, 177 Dupont 
Latimer B G. com mer. 28 Battery 
Latimer L R. clerk, 28 Battery 
Latremoliere Mrs. washing, 143 Coml 
Lauenstcin G. com mer, 143 Front 
Lauenstein L. coffee house, 174 Clay 
Lauenstein W 0. com mer, 143 Front 
Lauenstein & Landsberger, 174 Clay 
Lauenstein, Gibson & co, com merchants 

143 Front 
Laughlin H. 180 Sansome 
Lauterwasser F P. merchant, 67 Davis 
Laux Henry, boot maker, 163 Wash 
Lavalle Mrs. A. Clay above Powell 
Lavenson S. clerk, 121 Commercial 
Lavers H. carpenter, Sydney Valley 
Laverty Patrick, 51 Davis 
Lavezzarre F. clerk, 82 Clay 
Law Harvey, drayman, 55 Broadway 
Law Richard, merchant, 278 Jackson 
Law Robt A. imp grocer, 85 Washington 
Law Thos K. 249 Clay 
Lawler George, Rassette house 
Lawler John, cooper, 23-25 Battery 
Lawler R C. bookkeeper, 99 Mont 
Lawless J. cooper, 332 Dupont 
Lawrence B jr. com mer, 71 Jackson 
Lawrence B L. insp cus, barge office 
Lawrence G S. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
Lawrence G S. optician, 198 Clay 
Lawrence J E. editor Times & Transcript 

152 Clay 
Lawrence W D. 180 Sansome 
Lawson Powell S. metal roofer, 33 Leids 
Lawson Jas. UN. W. market, 
Lawson Robt. laborer,-145 Commercial 
Lawton A. blacksmith, 36 First 
Lawton J, Kvery stable, 115 Kearny 
Lawton J H. carriage maker, 42 Sans 
Lawton & co, carriage makers, 42 Sans 
Lay den W. printer, 210 Washington 
Layton John, blacksmith, Val n Stockton 
Lazard Simon, merchant, 74 Mont 
Lazard, Bros. & co, 74 Montgomery 
Leach J C. printer, 127 Sacramento 
Leahy Danl. cooper, 37 Leidsdorflf 
Leanny J C. 180 Sansomo 



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Leary Cornelius, carpenter, 233 Stockton 
Lcary Mrs C. washing, 233 Stockton 
Leannan Jacob, bar, 117 INIcrchant 
Leavett J S. hotel, 47 Pacific 
Leavett J S. baths, 161 Montgomery 
Leavitt J B. carpenter, 229 Clay 
Lebutard M. liijuors, 142 Sacramento 
Le Cacheux.T& L Galley, wines, 54 Merc 
Le Comte N. tinsmith, 1(35 Sansome 
Lecount Josiah J. bookseller, 139 Mont 
Ledley Wm. wharfinger. Central wharf 
Ledunois J. flowers, 152 Washington 
Lee George, saloon, 258 Dupont 
Lee H M. com mer, 69 Jackson 
Lee H Clay, clerk, 67 Front 
Lee N A. tinsmith, 78 Pacific 
Lee R P jr. Adams' express 
Lee Wm. trader, 290 Pacific 
Lee (f- Winaus, com mer, 69 Jackson 
Lefebre Mrs C. Clay above Powell 
Lefebre Josephine, milliner, 197 Dupont 
LeffenwellW. com mer, 62 Front 
Leffenwell & co, com mer, 62 Front 
Lefram Chas. upholsterer, 198 Dupont 
Legendre L. waiter, 129 Commercial 
Legg Geo. striker, cor Folsome and Beale 
Lehman C. laborer, 319 Dupont 
Lehman & co J. clothiers, 186 Clay 
Leigh J W. editor, 120 Montgomery 
Leighton Jas- merchant, 159 Mission 
Leighton & co, shirt depot, 83 Mont 
Leipnitz G. druggist, 81 Kearny 
Leland Geo H. Post Office Arcade 
Lelong Henry, confectioner, 126 Jackson 
Lemme Wm. seal engraver, 227 Stock 
Lemon Frank, collector, 210 Washington 
Lemore J C M. Rassette house 
Lenard P. (colored) barber, 40 First 
Lengfield J. dry goods, 149 Kearny 
LengfieldL. clothing, 46 California 
Lengun C H. machinist, 67 First 
Lent John A. attorney, 170 Montgomery 
Lent Wm M. importer, 170 Montgomery 
Leon B. dress maker, 201 Pacific 
Leonard Maj H. Pay Master USA. cor 

CaUfornia and LeidsdoriF 
Leonard E W. land agent, 101 Merchant 
Leonard Robt. pub house, Fremont n Fol 
Leonard S. dry goods, 264 Dupont 
Leonard W. com mer, 128 Front 
Leonard & Level, dry goods, 264 Dupont 
Leppien Fred, imp, 126 Gala, h 12 Melius 
Leppien & Schultze, 126 California 
Lepetre P. restaurant, 147 Commercial 



Leroy Theodore, merchant, 151 Mont 
Levek C. clothier, 83 Commercial 
Level S, dry goods, 264 Dupont 
Levenway G. clerk, 206 Clay 
Levett D. dentist, 197 Clay 
Levitt Sylvester, merchant, 313 Dupont 
Levi II. clothing, 76 Montgomery 
liGvy A. clothier, 61 Commercial 
Levy Isaac, dry goods, 264 Dupont 
Levy J L. cigars, 170 Montgomery 
Levy John, watchmaker, 167 Wash 
Levy Julius, cigars, 170 Montgomery 
Levy jr L A W. merchant, 143 Clay 
Levy L A W. shirt emporium, 143 Clay 
Levy Leopold, clothier, 113 Coml 
Levy S. upholsterer, 241 Clay 
Levy Sigismond, cigars, 199 Wash 
LevyS. cigars, 170 Montgomery 
Levy & Wolf, shirt depot, 143 Clay 
Lewen A. laborer, 51 Commercial 
Lewis C H. clerk, 95 Sansome 
Lewis D P. Rassette House 
Lewis Henry, (col'd) shoe store, 198 Clay 
Lewis H M. watch mkr, 187 Clay 
Lewis J. ostler, 73 Kearny 
Lewis Jas R. cigars, 58 Sansome 
Lewis J Roome, merchant, 75 Jackson 
Lewis J W. trader, 2 Commercial 
Lewis Joseph, elk U S Aprs store, Gala c 

Sansome 
Lewis John (col'd) shoe store, 198 Clay 
Lewis M. cigars, 86 i Jry 
Lewis M M. Avatchmkr, 86 Battery 
Lewis H M. watch mkr, 187 Clay 
Lewis Richard, liquors, 20 Sacramento 
Lewis R A. merchant, Broadway whf 
Lewis T. trader, 2 Commercial 
Lewis Wm. boatman, 39 Pacific 
Lewis Wm. teamster, 53 Broadway 
Lewis & Bassett, merchants. 75 Jackson 
Libby David, carpenter, 61 First 
Libby Mary S. teacher public school, 

Minna c Second 
Liddell J R. policeman, 244 Dupont 
Lienthal Henry porter, 170 Mont 
Lightner Joel, merchant, 85-87 Front 
Lightner, Guild &, merchts, 85-87^Front 
Lilly G. stationer, 151 Sansome 
Lilly John, painter, 139 Sansome 
Linch Chas. slater, 36 First 
Ijinch John, machinist, 26 First 
Lincoln C G. clerk, 104 Montgomery 
Lincoln H E. merchant, 137 Mont 
Lincoln Wm. grain 4' Feed, 192 Kearii 
Lindeman T. machinist, 26 First 



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Linnell E. Rassette House 
Linnell J C. Tehama 
Linnell Thos. 156 Clay 
Linoberg E. Vallcjo n Powell 
Lipman C F. imp wines, 97 Cala 
Lippitt F J. attorney, 129 California 
Lisardi Carlos, saloon, 188 Kearny 
Litchfield Allen, porter, 58 Front 
Litchfield C. bar, 233 Paeific 
Litons Samuel, teamster, 53 Broadway 
Little Henry, com mer, 218 Jackson 
Little S H. merchant, 172 Sansome 
Little W B. druggist, 127 Montgomery 
Litton W H. pilot, Cunnghm's wharf 
Livick Isaac, 295 Dupont 
Livermore O. com mer, 149 Battery 
Livingston Bella, bdg, 206-208 Dupont 
Livingston Chas. machinist, 218 Jack 
Livingston D F. com mer, 4 Battery 
Livingston Jas. laborer, 229 Clay 
Livingston Mrs. boarding, 297 Wash 
Livingston, engineer, Beale, Rincon Pt 
Livy B. dry goods, 197 Kearny 
Llorente Jose, elk, 300 Stockton 
Lloyd Wm. bottler, Stockton n Filbert 
Lobdell John, clothing, 142 Clay 
Locher John, grocer, Si Montgomery 
Lock Moses, shipcarpenter, 190 Mission 
Locke D. M. waterman, Marke, n First 
Locke Elisha. laborer, 57 Sansome 
Locke J. H. waterman, Market n First 
Locke L S. wate, • ;<^n. Market n First 
Lockwood D W. -ateambt Hotel, 2 Coml 
Lockwood Geo. ins cus, Barge Office 
Lockwood J. merchant, 2 Commercial 
Lockwood J. shipcarpenter, 8 Melius 
Lockwood R. E. atty, h 327 Stockton 
Lockwood Samuel, carpenter, 229 Clay 
Logan Jas. hotel, 26 First 
Logan &- Vance, hotel, 26 First 
Lohmann John, hardware, 79 Kearny 
Loisean, actor, 199 Dupont 
Lohman J. (col'd) drayman, 140 Bush 
Lonatt A. Mrs. milliner, 94 Broadway 
Lone W H. Tehama House 
Long Claude, hardware, 198 Wash 
Long M. shipcarpenter, 36 First 
Long Michael, shipcarpenter, 9 Melius 
Longer C F. merchant, 107 Battery 
Longfellow W. carman, 161 Front 
Longley S. restaurant, 144 Clay 
Longley W M. blacksmith, 49 Kearny 
Loomis F R. merchant, 161 Mont 
Loomis Robert S. merchant, 230 Stock 
Lord D S. paper warehouse, 129 Sans 



Lord Thos. carpenter, 160 Washington 
Lorentz Geo P. soda manufctr, Vallejo n 

Stockton 
Loring John, carpenter. 141 Mission 
Lothrop John J. horse-shoer, 88 Pine 
Loucks G P. 21 Sacramento 
Loucks & Webster, 21 Sacramento 
Loud John, merchant, 70 Coml 
Loud Joseph E. merchant. 70 Coml 
Loud Warren, imp liquors, 89 Cala 
Loud & Hosmer, imp liquors, 89 Cala 
Louderback Wm. jeweller, 189 Clay 
Louis Jean, barber, 58 Pacific 
Louis M. bootmkr, 109 Merchant 
Louisiana House, 7 Ohio 
Lougler W. blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Loutrel B. stationer, 117 Sacramento 
Loveland J S. merchant, 98 Battery 
Lovcll Joseph, bar, 83 Battery 
Lovett C. J. ship chandler, 1 1 Sac 
Lovett Joseph, saloon, 65 Commercial 
liOvett cj-' CO. ship chandlers, 11 Sac 
Low B F. merchant, 269 Stockton 
Low Henry S. clothing, 195 Clay 
Low Isaac, public house, 100 Pacific 
Lowe Jas R. clerk Pr Hotel, Coml whf 
Lowe Thos. com mer, 145 Clay 
Lowenburg L. auctioneer, 160 Mont 
Lubbock H S. engineer str Am. Eagle 
Lubbock W M. captain str Am. Eagle 
Lubey Wm. upholsterer, 185 Sac 
Lubley P. drayman, 131 Montgomery 
Luce D W. boot & shoe dealer, 40 Coml 
Luce Thos. carpenter, 26 First 
Luce Thos. carpenter, 27 Sansome 
Lucke Henry, bootmaker, 285 Dupont 
Ludby Fred. Atlantic Hotel, 12 Coml 
Luddum C. merchant, 10 Liedsdorff 
Ludlow Jas. shipping mer, 163 Mission 
Ludlum Cornelius, 99 California 
Ludwig Chas. clerk, 95 Sansome 
Ludwig John H. tailor, 131 Kearny 
Ludy Christian, baker, Vallejo n Stock 
Luedke J. watchmaker, 159 Wash 
Lufkin H. (widow of Joseph,) 152Mont 
Luf kin jr Joseph, copyist, 152 Mont 
Luke W L. Eagle Foundry, Fremont n 

Market 
Lukes J. saloon, 232 Pacific 
Lull L R. editor Whig, 146 Mont 
Lumbard Chas. Adams' Ex, 99 Mont 
Lumley Geo. liquors, 17 Sacramento •- 
Lunt J R. clerk, 98 Battery 
Lurvey Chas. laborer, 36 First 
Luther J J. mechanic, 314 Stockton 



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Lutgens John, boarding, 79 Bush 
Lux Chas. butcher, 143 Kearny 
Luyster T G W. druggist, 237 Dupont 
Lyndall Wm E. jeweller, 187 Clay 
Lyon J E. com mer, 82 Clay 
Lyon & Cannon, com mer, 82 Clay 
Lyons D. clerk, 289 Pacific 
Lynch J. boilermkr, 61 First 
Lynch J. laborer, 67 First 
Lynch John, butcher, 176 Pacific 
Lynch M. porter, 148 Montgomery 
Lynch P. striker, 69 First 
Lynes B. caterer, 315 Powell 
Lyon J H L. com mer, 21 First 
Lyon J. com mer, 82 Clay 
Lyon (fc Cannon, com mer, 82 Clay 

T9W. 

Macar Jas I. shoes, 142 Montgomery 
Macartliy B. merchant, Stock n Greene 
MacCarthy John, physician, 326 Dupont 
MacBride Richard, foreman Alta Foundry 

Market 
Macrann ^ co W. coal and iron, Com whf 
Mack J H. carpenter, rear 11 Leidsdorff 
" Patrick, laborer, 258 Clay 
" Wm. com mer, 131 Sansome 
Mack en Jas. blacksmith, Beale n Folsome 
Mackinley Ed. attorney, 104 Mont 
Mackintosh Robt. physician, 89 Mont 
Macondray F W. com mer, 54-56 Sans 
" & CO, com mer, 54-56 Sans 
Macy A. stevedore, 70 Front 
Maddox M. laborer, 60 First 
Magehan D A. imp dry goods, 52 Sao 
Mahoney D. moulder, 69 First 

" Florence, merchant, 60 Sansome 

h 245 Washington 
" & Garness, mdse bkrs 52 Cala 
Maigrot E. wines and hquors, 95 Merch 
" ^ Saulnier, wines, 95 Merchant 
Main Wm S. grocer, 129 Washington 
" Chas. harness maker, 68 Sansome 
" ^ Winchester, saddlery, 68 Sans 
Mains W S. build and contr, 65 Pacific 
Male J R. printer, 152 Clay 
Malech Fred, hair dresser, 100 Mont 
Malfatti B. cigars, 165 Commercial 
Mallock Wm. laborer, Sydney Valley 
Mallory H C. ship chandlery, Davis c Clay 
Malone W R. clerk, 46 Commercial 
" B. city feed store, 196 Kearny 
" B & C. city feed store, 196 Kear 



Maltby T D. produce, 10 California 
Malvy Pierre, fruit dealer, 104 Kearny 
Manchester J B. lawyer, 228 Kearny 
Mandelbawn S. variety, 80 Montgomery 
" & Silvermans, variety, 80 

Montgomery 
Mandei-field E. carpenter, Beale n Har 

" Ed. carpenter, 3 Battery 

Manford H P. reading room, 10 Sacwhf 
Manly jr P. French imp, 172 Mont 
Mann H. Eagle Foundry, Fremt n Mkt 
" Mrs C. 91 Pine 
" Wm D. market, 62 Pacific 
Manricks Mrs. Alice, washing, 134 Misn 
" Michael, laborer, 134 Mission 
Manning A C. 229 Clay 
Manrow J B. real estate brokr, 162 Mont 
Mansfield A S. merchant, 107 Battery 
Manson J, merchant, 127 California 

« Thos. C H broker, 187 Kearny 
Manton Joseph, clerk, 62 Front 
Mantouchet R C. watchmkr, 110 Pacific 
Manuel H E. clerk, 50 California 
Mara A. saloon, 232 Dupont 
(VTaral J C. groceries, 169 Sacramento 
Marcellus N. hatter, 179 Clay 
Marchand J A. upholsterer, 267 Pacific 
Marco & co. J. liquors, 30 Commercial 
Margrand V. wholesale dealer in ground 

coffee, 50 Kearny 
Marcy J S L. laborer, 100 California 
Maria Jose, laborer, 19 Webb 
Marich A. carpenter, 26 First 
Marion Rifles Armory, 169 Sacramento 
Marine Pierre, frnit, 230 Dnpont 
Marine Hospital, (State) Stock c Filbert 
Market Jefferson, Dupont c Jackson 
Market New World, Coml n Liedsdoi-ff 
Market Pacific, 125 Clay 
Marks Isaac, clothing, 61 Commercial 
Markwald Adolph, druggist, 184 Jack 
" Adolphe, merchant, 157 Jack 
" Caspari & co. merchants, 157 
Jackson 
Marquerier S. hatter, 151 Montgomery 
Marriott & co. F. brokers, 162 Mont 
Marsdon S. laborer, 90 Pacific 
Marsh Wm. grocer, 239 Washington 
" Chas. mason, 239 Washington 
" Chas. saloon, 86 Sansome 
Marshall Chas. P. res't, Kearny op Plaza 
" Joseph, res't Kearny op Plaza 
" Saml, res't, Kearny op Plaza 
" A. druggist, 162 Sacramento 
" Sandy, res't, Kearny op Plaza 



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Are in refrular receipt of all ^lyle- of Staplo Menliuili-i?!'' 
liiMi-^' ill Xew Vork — such as Un-.ts jiml Shot-s, Ilcavv umi ilnu <;ii.(l 
fiiiil Wliito Linen ami Muslin t^liiit-, Country Knit rieniniii im 
Blue, and Grey Flanci Shirts >\w\ Drawer.-, ('ott'>n;i.l..- r.uits <h 

Statiiiu'TV iissortetl in caso.'^. I'lnyiajr (in-il!- of :ill ilft-crijilidnsi nu' 
nnil I'lukct Cutlery, Scissor.^, Uinnnioia, IFnir, Nuil wvA Tooth Drut'iies, 
niery, aii'1 u L'encril fissortnient of Fancy goods. 

MmIuc H (l.iy .■111(1 :;(» hour Cioc-ks. iiHsortod .'■tyU-.s. T.-tifi^ celel.r:itc.l Kid fJh 
Huok Gloves, Cotton niid Linen Twines, Wraj>]iin'z P.'ilier, SuHpfmler-. <";irj 
t?pool Thread, Nee<ll<'s etc. U'arnev'H celebrated six Shooting Uevolvci ,, and 

Also, nlway.s on hand, the lurijo.-^t stix-k of Jewelry und Diamonds on the I'ac 
which will always he sold to tlie trade at a low rate. 

_:p^ J. A. McCrea & Co. will receive orders and imiKirt Mereijandise for any pff 
on the nio.st liheral terms. The ordeis will be filled by their house in New Vork 
Jie greatest care and atteulion.nnd the merchandise purchased at the lowest market rat 



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Marshall Samuel, stone cutter, Battery n 

Green 
Marston J C. 106 Battery 
Martell J L. cigars, Union Hotel 
Martel ^' co. cigars, Union Hotel 
Martin A. grocer, 4 Ohio 

" J S. druggist, 203 Washington 
" F. restaurant, 95 Montgomery 
" John, builder, 179 Dupont 
" John P. stonecutter. Bat n Greene 
" Moses, laborer, 26 First 
" Minor S. clothing, 195 Clay 
« Martin P. clerk, 90 Pacific 
" Peter, fruit stand front 2 Coml 
" Robert, bar, 153 Front 
" R S. reporter, 210 Washington 
" Thos. bar, 79 Battery 
" Wm. liquors, 20 Sacramento 
" & Lewis, liquors, 20 Sacramento 
Marston J C. hardware, 106 Battery 
Martsh Robt. dealer in paints, 139 Sans 
Martz A. bootmaker, 35 Stockton 
Marvin A L M. books <fc stationery, 168 

Montgomery 
Marvin F. C. stand front 16 Commercial 
Marvin & Hitchcock, booksellers and 
stationers. Ruled, cap, letter and note 
paper, pocket cutlery, fancy articles, 
&c. Pioneer Bookstore, 168 Mont 
Marx c5* CO. T. furnish'g store, 144 Mont 
Maryatt T. agent, 72 Pacific 
Marye Geo S. 26 Sacramento 
Marziou & co. V. importers, 178 Mont 
Mason B A. mattrass manuf, 81 Pacific 
" jr F. Irving House, 158 Mont 
" J F. painter, 45 Battery 
Massey 4* co. E l)e, French ^^ Spanish 

library, 117 Commercial 
Massey Mrs. H. shoe store, 147 Sac 
Masson Eugene, lawyer, 127 Mont 
Mastic C R. attorney, 29 Liedsdortf 
Masterson Thos. dry goods, 173 Clay 
Masten N K. imp prov, 54 Front 
Mathews Arthur, Second n Minna 

" Mrs. Ann, bdg, 105 Merchant 
" Henry, broker, 137 California, 
h Post n Kearny 
Mathey Henry, importer, 178 Mont 

" Henry P. commisnr, 178 Mont 
Mathieu Alphonse, hatter, 151 Mont 
Mattoon John, grocer, 54 Front 
Manbeck H. merchant, 118 Commercial 
Maume M. grocer, 233 Washington 
Maume & co. M. grocers, 233 Wash 
Mauran Chas J. grocer, 314 Stockton 



Mauran Wm A. grocer, 314 Stockton 

" Bros, grocers, 314 Stockton 
Maurice G. finisher, 58 Halleck 
Maury J L. 172 Montgomery 
Mauray jr P. Montgomery n Jackson 
M uitu C K. cooper, 5 Commercial 
Mavasi Santoo, 242 Kearny 
Max I, fish, 18 N W market 
May A J. clerk, 69 Front 
May H B. physician, 29 Pike 
Mayblum M. imp cigars, 86 Jackson 
" Greenhood 4* co. imp cigars, 

86 Jackson 
Maydat P. gunsmith, 36 Commercial 
Mayer Jacob, dry goods, 167 Clay 

" Jos. slioemkr, 140 Montgomery 

" Morris, clothing, 67 Commercial 

" Simon, imp cigars, 114 Jackson 

" Liquors, 167 Sansome 
Maynard F T. apothecary, St M Hosptl 
Maynard J C. real estate, 246 Clay 
Mayet F. 115 Conmiercial 
Mayo Leander, cook, 294 Pacific 

" L. Mrs. washing, 294 Pacific 
McAllister H P. attorney, 151 Mont, h 

11 Pike 

" M H. attorney, 151 Mont, h 

11 Pike 
« W. atty, 151 Mont, h 11 Pike 
McCabe A J. El Dorado, 193 Wash 
McCaffrey Richard, druggist, 337 Stock 
McCahill Thos. imp dry goods, 65 Front 
Mc Cann & co. Wm. com mer, Com'l 

Wharf, Clark's Point 
McCan James, laborer, 355 Powell 

James, butcher, 334 Powell 
McCall W R. merchant, 74 Jackson 
McCalliff", carpenter, 76 Pacific 
McCarthy E. plasterer, Dupont n Union 
" Michael, butcher, 134 Mission 
Mc Cartney C. wood yrd, Dupt c Union 
McCarty A. 180 Sansome 
McCarty J. merchant, 68 Sacramento 
" John, laborer, 290 Pacific 
% Sf CO. merchants, 68 Sac 
McCauly C W. police officer, 244 Dupt 
McCeney J C. merchant, 74 California 
McChesney D. blacksmith, 126 Pacific 
McClenachan H. com mer, 104 Batery, h 

306 Dupont 
McClenachan Robert, com mer, 104 Bat 
McCleain A. bar, 169 Front 
McCleister J. laborer, 90 Pacific 
McCleod John C. shipwright, 16 Sac 
McClosky F. police, 211 Clay 



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McClosky H. blacksmith, 41 Sansome 
McClure A T. druggist, 98 Mont 
McCoUam Thos W. sailmaker, Jackson 

street wharf 
McCord John, carpenter, 270 Stockton 
" Thos. carpenter, 26 First 
" Willett, proprieter. Wash n Stock 
McCormack J. storage, 43 CaUfornia 
McCormick J W. 41 Pacific 
McCoy Jas. baker, 355 Powell 

" Wm. bar-keeper, 276 Powell 
McCrackan, attorney, 162 Montgomery 
McCraith & Shellard, music store, 207 

Clay 
McCrea J A. merchant. 58 Sansome 

" & CO. imp fancy goods, 58 Sans 
McCright Robt. atty, 1 63 Montgomery 
McCrosson Jas. saloon, 39 Pacific 
McCullock David, ins ens. Barge Office 
McCuUough H V S. merchant, 128 Sans 
McDanielWm. patternmaker, corner Fol- 

some and Be ale 
McDermott D A. Alta Cala office 

" Miss M R. boarding, 178 Dup 
McDonald A D. grocer, 242 Pacific 
" Chas. liquors, 49 First 
" D. blacksmith, /^3 First 
" D. druggist, 184 Jackson 
" C E S. liquors, 105 Cala 
" J A. brickmkr, Stock n Filbert 
" & Peck, grocers, 242 Pacific 
McDougal Jas A. attorney, 98 Merchant 

" John, 230 Stockton 
McElnee J V. upholsterer, 181 Clay 
McElroy Jas. police officer, 244 Dupont 

" P. striker, Folsome cor Beale 
McEvoyO. trader, 312 Stockton 
McFarlan Jas. engineer steamer Ohio 
McFarland G. bookkeeper, Page, Bacon 

& CO, h 99 Pine 
McGarrahan Wm. com mer, 50 Cala 

" Foley & Rooney, 50 Cala 

McGeorge Thos. printer, 210 Wash 
McGlashan J. bookstore, 114 Commercial 
McGloughan J. laborer, 76 Pacific * 
McGloughlin Geo. teamster, 26 First 
McGlynn D C. painter, 134 Sansome 
McGowan Ed. treas S M Hosptl, 92 Jack 
McGown Saml. cook, 33 Pacific 
McGregor G. Dr. 78 First 

" Jas. S F. obser. 137 Mont 
" & Philips, S F obs. 137 Mont 
McGrudcr Mrs E M. boarding, 25 Minna 
McGuire J. seaman, 90 Pacific 



McGuire Mathew Pohce officer, 244Dupt 
McHaffie James, painter 14 Battery 
" John, painter, 14 Battery 
McHenry Jesse, lawyer, 118 Montgomery 

" John, lawyer, 118 Mont 
McHugh John, produce, 121 Front 
Mcllvaine Chas J. lawyer, 159 Clay 
Mcintosh G. baker, 372 Stockton 
McKaraher J G. clerk, 108 Sansome 
McKean T. seaman, 76 Pacific 
McKebbins Wm. blacksmith, 251 Clay 
McKee David, ins. cus. barge office 
" J W. clerk, 128 Front 
" Jas W. clothier, 132 Clay 
" Roddick, Ind Commissr, 52 Mont 
McKenney E. stevedore, 97 Front 
McKenzie A R. intel office, 130 Coml 
" Ed. com mer, 199 Front 
" & CO, intel office, 130 Coml 
" Thompson & co. commiss mer- 
chants, 199 Front 
McKever D C. merchant, 41 Battery 
McKinley Archbd, fish, N W. market 
" C. boots & shoes, 44 Coml 
" E. lawyer, 104 Montgomery 
" F. com mer, 98 California 
" Garrioch & co, commiss mer, 98" 
Cahfornia 
McKoa John, stone cutr, Kear n toll gate 
McLaughlin Michael, boarding, 51 Sac 
McLean Joseph, butcher, 242 Stockton 
McLean, produce, 115 Front 
McLellan Chas. music store, Plaza 

" D. public house, 114 Pacific 
McLeod N. cofiee saloon, 60 Pacific 
McManus John, pattern maker, cor Fol 

some and Beale 
McManus T B. merchant, 80 Front 

" ^ CO, merchants, 80 Front 
McMichael Wm. insp cus, barge office 
McMullen G 0. merchant, 126 Coml 
McMurray J. clothier, 31 Commercial 

" C. merchant, 62 Front 
McNab John, 51 Sansome 
McNally Henry, agricul implts, 102 Clay 
McNear C E. dey port Avarden, 17 Coml , 
McNeil Wm. hardware, 65 Battery j 

McNeirE. trader, 123 Montgomery j 

" Wm. bds Rassette house 
McNisk John, boots and shoes, 65 Pacific 
McNelly P. pilot, Cunningham's wharf 
McNulty Wm. banker, 118 Montgomery 
" Carothers & co, bankers, 118 
Montgomery 



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McQuillan, boarding, 234 Kearny 
McQuin M. liquors, 58 Bush 
McRuer DC. prov merchant, 41 Batter j 
McSea D. liquors, 49 First 
McShane P. grocer, 129 Front 
McVickar John, lawyer, 159 Mont 
Mead Clias H. harness maker, 138 Sans 
" Geo W. bar, 125 Pacific 
" W S. dentist, 6 Kearny 
" ^ CO, bar, 125 Pacific 
Means J W. 161 Front 
I Mebius F. importer, 50 Front 
I " Duisenberg, ^ co, importers and 
: commis mer, 50 Front 
: Mechanics exchange, 26 First 
I " Home, 26 First • 

I " & traders exchange, 160 Mont 

I Medana P. hardware, 191 Pacific 
Meddle Wm. fish. Pacific market 
Meeks W N. notary pubhc, 160 Clay 
Meeneely Jas. tailor. National hotel 
Megquier T L. physician, 139 Jackson 
Mchoubre €has. porter, 147 Clay 
, Meiggs Henry, 162 Mont, h B'way cor M 

" John G. 162 Montgomery ' 
Meikel E. tailor and scourer, 207 Bush 
Meillot T. trader, 53 Leidsdorff 
i Mel John, merchant, 126 California 
: Melchor R D. ship joiner, 36 First 
; Mehck C. hotel, 36 First 
j Mellen John, laborer, Harrison, Rin point 
Mellish Richard, caterer, 162 Mont 
Melius Geo. Avine merchant, 137 Mont 
Melvin AY. furniture, 145 Sacramento 

" & Ames, furniture, 145 Sac 
Mendell Adam, carman, Dupt cor Pacific 
" E S. furniture, 163 Sansome 
" E S. furniture, 145 Kearny 
" Silver & CO, furniture, 163 Sans 
Mendon G A. agent, 129 Sansome 
Menges Adam, builder, 241 Dupont 

" Adam, butcher, 222 Jackson 
Mensdorfer J C "VY. hatter, 141 Kearny 

" cf' Schlageten, hats, 141 Kear 

Mercantile hotel. Front n Pacific 
Merchant S L. clerk, 99 Commercial 

" F G. grocer, 118-120 Kearny 
Merchants' exchange, 123 Sacramento 
Mercer Chas F. confectioner, Sac ab Dupt 

" & Bernheim, confrs, Sac ab Dupt 
Mere, Benot & Vasscrot, boots, 219 Jack 
MernainE. lawyer, 177 Dupont 
Merrill Annis, lawyer, 159 Montgomery 
" D. produce, 106 Commercial 



Merrill J M. com mer, 100 Front 
" & CO, com mer, 100 Front 
" & Brigham, produce, 106 Coml 
Merrill Robt. produce, 106 Commercial 
Merritt Geo. grocer, 210 Montgomery 
" S.physician, 92 Montgomery 
" J. carpenter, 77 Jackson 
Merryman Chas. Alta saw mill, market 

" E H. physician, 84 Coml 
Merwin Saml, clerk, 174 Montgomery 
Mes George, blacksmith, 63 Halleck 
Messer W. D. merchant, 165 Battery 
Meserole C B. Tehama house 

" C P. agent, 94 California 
Messerver A C. upholsterer, 164 Clay 

" & CO, A C. upholstrs, 164 Clay 
Metcalf D. ship- chandler, 36 First 
Meyer Albertus, boots, 246-248 Pacific 
" Alburtus, cofibe house, 290 Stock 
" David, segars, 155 Commercial 
" E. drayman, 3 Commercial 
" Jonas, clerk, Mont cor Sacramto 
" John tinman, 260 Dupont 
" L F. cofibe saloon, 95 Wash 
" Louis P. boarding, 83 Kearny 
" M. bar, 179 Front 
" S F. importer, 116 Cahfomia 
" Wm. imp groceries, 30 Battery 
" Wm. importer, 60 California 
" & CO, importers, 60 California 
" & Bros, grocers, 119 Kearny 
Meyerback S. grocer, 283 Dupont 
Miars T. tailor, Vallejo n Battery 
Mickle E. com mer, 144 Clay 
Michael A. cutter, 198 Kearny 

" Benj. clothier, 89 Commercial 
Michels Her, cigars, 202 Washington 
Middleton John, Aveeelwright, Val above 

Stockton 
Middleton John, auct, 73 Battery 

" & Smiley, auctioneers and com 
mission merchants. Sac cor Battery 
Milatovich A. tailor, 122 Kearny 
Milberry Saml, drayman, 172 Mont 
Miles Walter, produce, 65 Davis 
Miller D. boots and shoes, 168 Clay 
" Geo. brewer, 61 First 
" Henry, butcher, 199 Jackson 
" Hans, boarding, 42 Sacramento 
" Jas. baker, 139 Mission 
" Jacob, baker, 51 Kearny 
" John, saloon, 224 Pacific 
" J D. hardware, 93 Pacific 
" J W. tinman, 208 Montgomery 



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Miller N. grocer, 175 Front 
" Peter, liquors, 77 Pacific 
" Peter, Waverly house, 58 Pacific 
*' Peter, liquors, 58 Pacific 
" S. wines, 29 Pike 
" Susan, boarding, 237 Clay 
Millikin J B. merchant, 10 Sacramento 
Millington Jas. wood and coal, 118 Front 
Mills Jas. com raer, 73 Jackson 
" Jas. merchant, 64 Front 
" L R. merchant, 64 Front 
" Samuel, porter, 62 California 
" S B. physician, S M Hospital 
" & CO, com mer, 64 Front 
Milteovich Andre, fruit dealer, 252 Dupt 
Minerva E. baker, 51 Kearny 
Mines Mrs M E. Jane n Mission 
Minor Enock, printer, observatory hill 
Minson F J. boatman, 167 Pacific 
Minturn Chas. steamboat agent, 31 Pac 
" Chas. com mer, Cunghm's whf 
" Jonas, com mer, 45-47 Sans 
Miro Jose M. merchant, 253 Powell 
Mitchell C. merchant, 141 Jackson 
" Fred, block maker, 16 Sac 
" Fred, boatman, Cunghm's wharf 
" Jas. clerk, 210 Washington 
" Jas. brickmaker, Stock n Filbert 
" Wm. clerk, 210 Washington 
" Wm H. com mer, 67 Front 
Mitchell & CO. W H. imp liqrs, 67 Front 
Mock John, brewer, 299 Dupont 

" Robt. boatman, Cmminghm's whf 
Moeller Isaac, clothier, 45 Coml 

" Morris, clothier, 45 Coml 
Moffat M. miller, 36 First 

" Robt. drayman, 229 Clay 
Moinet Chas. barber, 130 Montgomery 
Molitor A P. assayer, 89 Merchant 
Molony J R. bds Rassette House 
Monie G. ladies' hair dresser, 130 Mont 
Mondelet J. restaurant, 209 Wash 
Monnot Claude, clerk, 158 Kearny 
Monro Peter, grocer, 378 Stockton 
Monroe John A, clerk USD Court, 89 

Merchant 
Monson B H. printer, 159 Mont 

" Haswell & co. Commercial Job 
Office, 159 Montgomery 
Monset Adolphe, merchant, Leidsdorff n 

Sacramento 
Montague Miss, actress, 235 Clay 

" F. physician, 162 Sacrtmento 
" F. physician, 254 Powsll 



Montague W W. merchant, 68 Pacific 
Montagnie J E. lumber, California whf 
Monteliore J B. merchant, 127 Cala 
" L. com mer, 127 Cala 
" & Burgoyne, com mer, 127 
California 
Montgomery Baths, 161 Montgomery 
" Geo. produce, 18 Sac 

" John, laborer, 36 First 

" W F. com mer, 62 Front 

Montross Isabel, 163 California 
Monumental House, 46 Sacramento 
Monumental Engine House, Plaza W side 
Moody Alex, printer, Mont n Vallejo 
" J L. clerk C H. 197 Wash 
" J M. architect, 101 Merchant 
Moon Ellen E. Cottage, 123 California 
Moor Miss E. 287 Kearny 
Moorcraft T C. drayman, 132 Jackson 
Moore B. boarding, 270 Pacific 
" Chas C. clerk Post Office 
" C C auc & com merchant, Wash c 
Jones' Alley 
Moore David, upholsterer, 133 Jackson 
" Rev. J. bds 118 Dupont 
" G H. merchant, 41 Battery 
" J B. postmaster, Clay st. 
" jr J B. chief clerk Post Office 
" John, bar, 117 Merchant 
« M L. 163 California 
" Richard, builder, 278 Jackson 
" Samuel, boarding, Clark's Point 
" W H. com mer, 34 Minna 
" W H. brass founder, 58 Halleck 
" (fe Folger, merchants, 41 Battery 
Mooss H B. butcher, 311 Stockton 
Moran Ed. segars, 132 Kearny 
" John, bar-keeper, 85 Sansome 
" Thos A. books, 132 Mont 
Moray C. bar, 239 Kearny 
Mordicai Mrs. boarding, 40 First 
More Eliza, boarding, 236 Pacific 
« E J. Not Pub, 134 California 
" J C. merchant, 229 Clay 
Morehead Jas. Engineer, Folsom n Beale 
Morel Alphonse, trader, 393 Powell 
Merell H. dressmaker, 223 Dupont 
Moret Jules, grocer, 172 Pacific 
Morey J J. bds Franklin Hotel 
Morgan A W. intelligence office, 53 Coml 
" B baker, 372 Stockton 
" E. blacksmith, 86 Bush 
" Ed. coachmaker, 362 Stockton 
" Evan, blacksmith, 123 Kearny 
" E L. grocer, 266 Dupont 



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Morgan Jas. Butcher, 24 Melius 

" J D. butcher, 2-4 Pacific mkt 
" John G. physician, 92 Mont 
" J R. merchant, 73 Jackson 
" L A. grocer, Battery n Vallejo 
" S Griffitts, com mer, 35 Pine 
" Wm S. jeweler, 166 Clay 
I " & CO. Evan, blksmths, 123 Kear 
I *' & CO. E L. grocers, 266 Dupont 
« (fc CO. J D. butchers, stalls 2-4 
Pacific market 
Morganthan M. drygoods, 183 Wash 
Morin Paul, physician, 200 Sacramento 
Morison Tas. physician, 92 Mont 

" Jas. com mer, 121 Sansome 
Morrison & Logan, com mer, 121 Sans 
Morley S. carpenter, 229 Clay 
Morningstan S. clothing, 75 Pacific 

" & CO. clothing, 75 Pacific 

Mornstad M. clothing, 75 Pacific 
Morrill A J, drygoods 6c clothng, 123 

Washington 
Morris Aaron, merchant, 84 Bush 
" A. merchant, 165 Clay 
" Geo. drygoods, 253 Dupont , 
" Jacob, shipjoiner, 16 Sacramento 
" John, seaman, 90 Pacific 
" Jno. com mer. Pacific c Mont 
" John, ship joiner, 16 Sacramento 
" Joseph, shipjoiner, 16 Sac 
" Chas Lee, 142 Montgomery 
" & Reynolds, ship joiners, 16 Sac 
Morrison jr J C. importers, 186 Mont 
•' L. bds Oriental Hotel 
" M. bds Tehama House 
" Jas. grocer, 356 Stockton 
Morrow John, pattern mkr, Fol c Beale 
Morse H B. stoves, 47 Front 

" Amos G. measurer of vessels, C H 
" Joseph, drayman, 26 First 
" P A. attorney, 90 Merchant 
« W. blacksmith, 89 Pine 
'• Wm. bds Tehama 
" 4* Killgore, stoves, 49 Front 
Morton Joshua B. carpenter, 261 Powell 
" Joshua, corn mer, 68 California 
" Josephus, com mer, 68 Cala 
" Robt. boarding, 133 Front 
" Wm. baker, 356 Powell 
" J & J B. com mer, 68 Cala 
Moss jr S. importer, 134 Clay 
Moses A J. grocer, 205 Clay 

" B F. China goods, 97 Sansome 
" J H. broker. 75 Kearny 



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Moses Normon, policeman, 244 Dupont 
" S M. importer, 122 California 
" Wm. E. lodgings, 142 Clay 
Moshier Wm. hotel, 47 Pacific 
Moss D H F. sargt police, 244 Dupont 

" Saml jr. merchant, 134 Clay 
Motard Hippolite, 341 Stockton 
Mott Valentine jr. physician, Plaza 
Moulder A J. editor, 120 Montgomery 
Moulton Daniel, iron, 48 Sansome 

" B F. broker, 151 Washington 
" Jonathan, block maker, 16 Sac 
" LB. carpenter, 77 Jackson 
" M F. jeweler, 160 Washington 
" & CO, brokers, 151 Washington 
" & Smith, iron, 48 Sansome 
" & Merritt, carpenters, 77 Jack 
Mount C E. attorney, 163 Clay 

" T L. grocer, 64 Battery 
Moutin J. books, 141 Sacramento 
Moveau A. agent, 210 Washington 
Mowbray M. bds Tehama 
Mowry Albert, machinist, 81 Pike 
" John, laborer, 95 Pine 
" Jos. contractor, 95 Pine 
" Hotel, Commercial wharf 
Moylan Thos. market, 43 Broadway 
" Wm. market, 43 Broadway 
Mudd J H Clay, office, 127 Montgomery 
Mudge B W. attorney, 138 Clay 

" T A. Dep Nav Offi, Cus House 
Muir Alex, carpenter, Wash n Powell 
" Wm. Avood yard, 312 Stockton 
" Wm W. grocer, Val cor Powell 
" & Doucet, wood yard, 312 Stock 
Muirhead John, insp cus, barge office 
Muller Jacob, baker, 182 Clay 
Mullin E. boots, 227 Dupont 

" Jas. laborer, 315 Stockton 
Mulloy J. boarding, 3 Broadway 
Mulvihill M. boarding, 33 Sansome 
Mun Chris, baker, 89 Kearny 
Munie Alex, actor, Adelphi Theatre 
" J jr. actor, Adelphi Theatre 
" Mad J. actress, Adelphi Theatre 
Munfrey Wm. hotel, 37 Webb 
Munro Robt. liquors, 123 Jackson 

" & Freckman, liquors, 123 Jack 
Murdock G L. hotel, 36 Sansome 

" H M. builder, 32 Webb 
Murphy Danl, shoes, 119 Montgomery 
'• D T. dry goods, 95 Sansome 
" Daniel, pilot, 16 Sacramento 
Jacob, carpenter, Beale n Fols 



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Murphy J K. hotel, 112 Montgomery 
" John, laborer , 234 Washington 
" Levi, bds Franklin hotel 
"■ Thos. poulterer, 224 Stockton 
" Thos. blacksmith, 53 First 
Murr Ghas. baker, 89 Kearny 
Murray Mad. A. 120 Bush 

" Geo. machinist, 380 Stockton 
" Ed. com mer, 108 Front 
" G. baker, 372 Stockton 
" Henry, washing, Wash n PoAvell 
" H C ch justice sup court 
" II H. merchant, 64 Sansome 
" H R. merchant, 112 Battery 
" J. shipping office, 32 Coml 
" John, Rincon point 
" Jas. porter, 197 Washington 
" John S. clothing, 167 Sansome 
" Wm. bookkeeper, 106 Mont 
" Jas. laborer, 45 Pike 
" J. teamster, 55 Broadway 
" Wm. Chilian Consul, 106 Mont 
" & Foster, merchants, 112 Bat 
Muser A. coffee house, 105 Montgomery 
Musson Eugene, attorney, 127 Mont 
Myer H. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
" H. dry goods, 183 Clay 
" Isaac, dry goods, 177 Clay 
" J. dry goods, 183 Clay 
" Lewis, dry goods, 177 Clay 
" M. butcher, 183 Pacific 
" Wm. com mer, 60 Caiforuia 
" & CO, dry goods, 183 Clay 
" & CO Wm. com mer, 60 Gala 
" J & L. dry goods, 177 Clay 



Nachman A. cigars, 53 Pacific 
Nagle J. shipping office, 153 Front 
Nagle Richard, laborer, 52 Minna 
Nanus Isaac, 112 Montgomery 
Napoleon Mad. dressmaker, 132 Dupont 
Nason B. laborer, 99 Kearny 
Nasou Benj. bookkeeper, 65 Jackson 
Nason E. H. drayman, 41 Montgomery 
Nason J D. produce, 11 Sacramento 
Nathan L. jeweler, 140 Montgomery 
Nathan J. carpenter, 170 Washington 
Nathan Saml, pilot, Cunningham's wharf 
Nathan & co, jewelers, 140 Montgomery 
Neal W W. pilot, 16 Sacramento 
Neall Jas. lumber, 31 First 
Neall Wm. laborer, 73 Kearny 



Neall & Smiley, lumber, 31 First 
Necfus F. shipping merchant, Jack Avharf 
Neefus M S. coppersmith, 110 Front 
Neefus & Tichenor, commis mer, and dry 

dock company, Jackson wharf 
Neeley John, seaman, 3 commercial 
Negbaur J. stationery, 125 Sacramento 
Negbaur & co, stationery, 125 Sac 
Negus S W. elk jus court, 172 Pacific 
Neitsch Wm. porter, 203 Montgomery 
Neilson Jas. brickmakar, 316 Dupont 
Neilsen Hans, imp and com mer ,48 Front 
Nelson David, stove mounter, 208 Mont 
Nelson Jas. clerk Griffin's Bonded W H 
Nelson Thos. carpenter, 63 Kearny 
Nelson Wm. millwright, 269 Jackson 
Nelson W H. carpenter, 79 Montgcmery 
Nemeth Andreas, tailor, 226 Dupont 
Neppert D. furniture, 212 Washington 
Neppert & Correll, furniture' 212 Wash 
Neroe Julian, porter, 205 Montgomery 
Nesbet John, 109 Pacific 
Nesbit Benj R. teller. Page, Bacon & co 
Nessle C. Ellen n Union 
New Danl. butcher, Washington n Stock 
Neuhaus D H. licjuor, 70 Battery 
Neuhaus & Aders, hquors, 70 Battery 
Neustadt Saml I. jewelry, 27 Sac 
Neustadt ^j- Barnctt, jewelry, 27 Sac 
Neustadter Henry, com mer, 113 Sac 
Neustadter L W. com mer, 113 Sac 
NewstadterN. clothing, 132 Galifornia 
Neustadter & co, clothing, 132 Cala 
Nevill Jas H. carpenter. Market street 
Nevius & CO, R W. liquors, 33 Pacific 
Nevins T J. supt com schools, 229 Clay 
New Bedford Oil works, 96 Jackson 
Newbour J. imp cigars, 113 Jackson 
Newbough P. drayman, 51 Broadway 
Newcomb G II. 73 Montgomery 
Newell James, laborer, 315 Stockton 
Newell L W. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
Newell Wm. printer, 118 Commercial 
Neweil W L. printer, 210 Washington 
Newhall H M. auct,108 Sans, h 78 Bush 
Newhall 0. lighterman, 36 First 
NeAvhall & co, auct, 108 Sansome 
Newhouse H. importer, 132 Cahfurnia 
Newland R E. 89 Washington 
Newman J. clothing, 69 Pacific 
Newman Chas. bavber, 98 Pacific 
NewmaYi Jacob, cigars, 74 Pacific 
Newman Ntithl, clothier, 47 Pacific 
Newman & Price, clothiers, 47 Pacific 



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NewsliamJolin, blacksmith, Fol cor Beale 
Newton Ed. laborer, 27 Battery 
Newton Jas. porter, 199 Commercial 
Newton J. broker, 161 Front 
Newton J R. com mer, 97 California 
Newton & co J R. com mer, 97 Gala 
N Y and S F S S Line, office 132 Clay 
Niantic hotel, Clay cor Sansome 
Nias G. printer, il8 Commercial 
Nichols A C. merchant, 98 Bat h 248 Pow 
Nichols E. 289 Dupont 
Nichols E B. public honse, 90 Pacific 
Nichols Horace C. tobacconist, 98 Battery 
Nichols H. painter, 91 Kearny 
Nichols P. bricklayer, 268 Pacific 
Nichols W D. clerk. Law's wharf 
Nichols, Parker & co, importers and job- 
bers, 96-98 Battery 
Nicholson John, grocer, 361 363 Stockton! 
Nicholson J Y. shipping office, 153 Front 
Nickerson Elias, machinist, 79 Mont 
Nickerson J B. Iratcher, 24 Commercial 
Nickerson M. saloon, 83 Battery 
Nickerson &, Lovett, saloon, Coinl c Bat 
Nicol P. liquors, 48 Clay 
Nicol & Patrick, liquors, 48 Clay 
Nielsen H. merchant, 48 Front 
Nightingale Jos. hotel 12 First 
Niles Eben, saloon, 148 Mont 
Nims Jas. waiter, 156 Montgomery 
Nisbet .Tohn, 109 Pacific 
Noah John, laborer, Law's wharf 
Noble David, sign painter, 238 Clay 
INobles A W. porter, 55 Broadway 
Noble Alex. 230 Clay 
Noell Alex, drayman, Broadway n Bat 
Nollenbera;er E. clerk, 7 Battery 
Notting H W. Globe Hotel, 243 & 245 

Diipont 
Nolting J C A. segars, 157 Kearny 
Nolting ^* Precht, segars, 157 Kearny 
Noolkiim, Chinese lamidry, 162 Wash 
Noonan R. storage. Laws' wharf 
Norcross D. military trimg store, 148 Sac 
Norcross Wm. agent, 43 Pike 
Norcross W F. watchmaker, 175 Clay 
Normancy J. bds 107 Kearny 
Norris B. laborer, Sidney Valley 
Norris David printer, 210 Washington 
Norris Geo T. Mercantile Hotel Front 
Norris T. stonecutter, 178Diipont . 
North Geo. artist, 53 Broadway 
North Hampton, asst captain police, 244 

Dupont 
North W H. 112 Montgomery 



Northrop D B. attorney, 90 Merchant 
Norton Chas. lighterman, 36 First 
Norton D W. public house, 20 Coml 
Norton E. lawyer, 159 Clay 
Norton E F. laborer, Fremont n Harrison 
Norton G M. laborer, Fremont n Harrison 
Norton Henry, lighterman, 36 First 
Norton Ira, blacksmith, 49 Kearny 
Norton J. Rassette House 
Norton Jush, Segars, 113 Jackson 
Norton J C. drayman, 51 Broadway 
Norton R W. boarding, 214 Kearny 
Norton & co. Joshua, merchant, 95 Jack 
Norton &. co. itnp cigars, 113 Jackson 
Nouzillet A. jeweler, 58 Kearny 
Nouzillet & CO. jewelers, 58 Kearny 
No well A. printer, 131 Kearny 
Noycs G F. lawyer, ] 59 Clay 

TV- r< 



Noyes G S. ins cus. Barge Office 
Noyes R G Adams' Express, 99 Mont 
Noyes W H. printer, 210 Washington 
Noyes t^* Barber, attorneys, 150 Clay 
Nudd Jas. 63 Kearny « 

Nuijent H O. blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Nugent John, Ed. Herald, 130 Mont, bds 

Tehama House 
Nimian M. grocer, 315 Stockton 
Nunan Timothy, carpenter, 224 Powell 
Nussbaughm, tailor, 61 Montgomery 
Nuton Chas horse shoer, 103 Kearny 
Nuttall Robt R. Dr. 107 Montgomery 
Nye George, carriage maker, 91 Kearny 
Nye S T. clerk, 55 Front 
Nye Gorham H. 52 Montgomery 



Oakley By ley, liquor mcht, 104 Sans 
Oakley jr lien], liquors, 172 Commercial 
Oakley G B. laborer. 43 Sansome 
Oakley L F. liquors, 159 Front 
Oakley O B. silver plater, 127 Kearny 
Oakley Wm B. teamster, 51 Mont 
Oakley &- co. liquors, Kearny c Clay 
Oakley (fc co. L F. liquors, 157 Front 
Oakley &, Davis, liquors, 172 Coml 
Oakley & Kohler, silver pltrs, 127 Keam 
Oates H N. prompter Am Theatre, h 34 

Liedsdorff 
Oates John L. seaman, 53 Montgomery 
Ober Benj. peystcian, 239 Sacramento 
Obener John' liquors, 73 Commercial 
O'Brien A F. laborer, Commercial whf 
O'Brien Daniel, teamster, Dupt n Filbert 
I O'Brien Ed. drayman, 80 Pine 



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O'Brien Jas. tailor, 90 Montgomery- 
O'Brien Jas. blacksmith, 120 Pacific 
O'Brien John, iron works, 92 Clay- 
O'Brien Michael, laborer, 51 Mont 
O'Brien Peter, moulder, Folsom c Beale 
O'Brien P M. drugs, 270 Dupont 
O'Brien Wm S. ship chandler, 13 Sac 
Oberend JAS. prtnter, 152 Clay: 
Obeuare Geo. tailor, 195 Clay 
Obenauer John, restaurant, 73 Pacific 
O'Connell Peter, liquors, 61 LiedsdorfF 
O'Connell & Haley, restaurant, 22 Cala 
O'Conner Thos. attorney, 159 Kearny 
O'Connor Edward, tailor, 204 Stockton 
O'Connor M T. attorney, 159 Kearny 
O'Connor John F. iron (|^ steel, 143 Sans 
O'Connor Peter, liquors, 61 liiedsdorff 
O'Connor Thos H. clerk, 143 Sansome 
O'Connor Wm. wine merchnt, 278 Dupt 
Odell Jas A. coffee house, 177 Front 
Odell Samuel, shoemaker, 148 Mont 
Odell ^' Hooper, coffee house, 177 Front 
Odirjian M. bds Tehama House . 
O'Donnell H. proprietor, 326 Dupont 
O'Donnell Wm. laborer, 31 Sansome 
O'Flin Michael, drayman, 19 Sansome 
O'Flyn M. laborer, 107 Kearny 
Ogden R L. com mer, 66 Jackson 
Ogden Thos. jeweler, 41 Montgomery 
Ogden & Haynes, com mer, 66 Jackson 
O'Kane, blacksmith. Commercial wharf 
Olarte Ignacio, merchant, 253 Powell 
Oldrey Samuel, painter, 91 Kearny 
Oldridge P. blacksmith, 87 Pine 
Olds H G. carman, 161 Front 
Olds Wm B. elk Supreme Court, C Hall 
Oldstein Henry, blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Oliver B. laborer, 107 Kearny 
Oliver D J. painter, 122 Sac, h 178 Bush 
Oliver Samuel J. carpenter, 79 Mont 
Oliver Mercedes, saloon, 209 Dupont 
Olmstead J D. produce, 112 Front 
Olmstead & Pattison, produce, 112 Front 
O'Meallie J H. laborer, Mont n Vallejo 
O'Meara Robt, hotel, Clark's point 
O'Meara J. printer, "Herald " h 152 Pac 
Onderdonk Geo. carriage maker, 39 Webb 
On Chong, laundry, 172 Sacramento 
O'Niel H. boarding, Bat n Broadway 
O'Niel Michael, tinsmith, 69 Kearny 
O'Niel Matthew, tinman, 73 Mont 
Opaso Andre, saloon, 198 Pacific 
Opposition Pilots' Gffice, 16 Sacramento 
Oriental hotel, cor Bush and Battery 
Orevo Jas- waiter, 205 Montgomery 



Orleans hotel, 179 Pacific 
Orlup Azor, Union n Stockton 
Orman J K. cooper, 49 Battery 
Orman P. machinist. Commercial wharf 
Ormsby Caleb N. insp cus, barge office 
O'Rourke B. Orleans house, 196 Pacific 
O'Rourke J. lodgings, 8 2" Pacific 
OsbornE J. trader, Harrison n Beale 
Osborn Henry, teamster, 51 Broadway 
Osborn J W. merchant, 102 Battery 
Osborn Thos. clerk, 115 Kearny 
Osborne xinthony, barkeeper, 172 Clay 
Osborne C. com mer, 148 Sansome 
Osborne C jr. com mer, l48 Sansome 
Ostrander S. 4 Commercial 
0' Sullivan Michael, tinsmith, 59 Leids 
Osgood J F. merchant, 64 California 
Osgood J K. com mer, 64 Sansome 
Otis Stephen, flour, 6Q Sacramento 
Otis & Farnum, 66 Sacramento 
Ottenburg F. 6l Montgomery 
Onghten Wm E. printer, 118 Coml 
OuldJ P. bds Tehama 
Overon John, printer, 152 Clay 
Oversmith Saml. laborer, 31 Sansome 
Overton Geo. ostler, 99 Kearny 
Owens Elhnor, 117 Dupont 
Owens P A. ship chandler, 25 Sac 
Owens Thos. laborer, Sydney Valley 
Owens Wm. caulker, 36 First 
Owens Wm. 83 Kearny 
Owens W E. cigars, 230 Dupont 
Owens & CO P A. ship chandlery, 25 Sac 
Owner Henry, ship chandler, 27 Sac 



Pabon P. Sir John Frankhn restaurant, 

48 Commercial 
Pacaud Marie, laundry, 203 Stockton 
Pace C. watchmaker, Clark's point hotel 
Pache GuilUam, proprietor, Dupt n Union 
Pacific Club house, 152 Kearny 
'' Fishing co, 22-25 Pac mkt, 
" foundry, First street, happy valley 
" hotel, 35 Pacific 
" Iron Works, Coml street, Clk's pt 
" market, 125 to 100 Commercial 
"MS Ship Co's office, 118 Sac 
" Oil Works, 23-25 Battery 
" Temperance House, Pac n Sans 
Packard L C. merchant, 68 Sacramento 
Paddock N C. flour merchant, 50 Battery 
Padey Martin, bar room, 122 Kearny 



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Page, Bacon & co, bankers, Mont c Gala 
Paides .losepha, grocer, 145 Pacific 
Pahud F. liquor merchant, 114 California 
Paige N jr. lumber, 32 Battery 

" Calvin, merchant, 50-52 Sansome 
. '' David, merchant, 50 Sans h 318 Pac 
" H. painter, 91 Kearny 
" Robt C, clerk, C C. City Hall 
" Timothy, clerk. Post Office 
" Timothy, merchant, 50-52 Sansome 
" & Webster, merchants, 50-52 Sans 
Paine H J. dentist, 205 Clay 
Pajeken C. merchant. Market wharf 

" Frisius & CO, merchants, Mkt whf 
P allies Victor, merchant, Dupont n Union 
Palmer, Mrs C. washing, Rincon pt n Beale 
^' Cyrus, clerk, 160 Mission 
" D C. clerk, 346 Powell 
" E C. dep assessor, 346 Powell 
" E H. pilot, 16 Sacramento 
" EUza M. 346 Powell 
" J. carpenter, 90 Pacific 
" Jos C. banker, 185 Kearny 
h 165 Stockton 

" N W. auct, 102 Commercial 
" 'R. teacher languages, 226 Wash 
" Wm A. lumber, Market wharf, 
160 Mission 

" Cook & CO, bankers, 185 Kearny 
Pana Miguel, saloon, 194 Jackson 
Pandar Tobias, clothier, 139 Front 

" Shier & co, clothing, 139 Front 
Pangburn Jas. clerk, 87 Washington 
Pankoke C. tailor, 188 Montgomery 
Panton Frank, clerk, 56-58 California 
Papy J J. attorney, 176 Montgomery 
Paret Stephen, grocer. Wash n Stockton 
Parezo N. pohce officer, 244 Dupont 
Parish Edward, merchant, 96 Jackson 
Park J L. sailmaker, 21 Commercial 
•"' Trenor W. lawyer, 90 Merchant 
" Thos B. clerk, 90 Merchant 
Parkell H. Portsmouth house, Clay c Dup 
" & Morgan, Portsmouth house, 
Clay cor Dupont 
Parker Mrs E M W, princ Grace Church 

Seminary, Powell n Jackson 
Parker Ed H. com mer, 62 Front 

" Goo. (colored) washing, 304 Pac 
" Geo A. inporter cigars, 182 Mont 

bds Kremlin 
" Isaac, machinist, Broadway whf 
" Isaac, machinist, 98 Pine 
*' John G jr. clerk, 158 Mont 



Parker Jas M. City Directory Office, in 
Parsons' brick building, room 3 138- 
140 Clay street, house Sii Virginia 
Parker John G jr. 62 Front 

" L E. stone cutter, 36 First 
" A. blacksmith, 103 Kearny 
" S F. imp, 98 Bat ho 246 Powell 
" Saml H. attorney, 98 Merchant 
" Thos. billiards, i08 Montgomery 
" Wm H. "Kremlin," 328 Stock 
" ^ Sleeny, bar room, 136 Mont 
Parkerson C. grocer, 136 Kearny 
Parkinson L. feed store, 119 Sansome 

" R. butcher, B'dway, cor Ohio 
Parmalee Miss, saloon, 155 Sacramento 
Parnell D H. trader, 368 Stockton 
" L. bar room, 368 Stockton 
Parr Wm, waiter, 89 Washington 
Parsons Chas. com mer, 59 Fsont 
" R. ship carpenter, 8 Minna 
" Levi, attorney, 138-140 Clay 
« S. dentist, 197 Clay 
" Thos. Beale n Folsome, Rin pt 
" Wood, & Cook, lawyers, 140 Clay 
Partridge Wm. clerk, 198 Coml 
Pascal Emile, clerk, 151 California 
Pastion Lewis, National rest, 147 Coml 
Patch W Y. 92 Front 

" & Wickersham, 92 Front 
PatchinL W. com mer, 70 Jackson 
Patchin G. bds Tehama house 
Patrick Jas. imp butter, 148 Rattery 

" J J. com mer, 34 Minna 
Patrick John Y. com mer, 42 Battery 
Patte F. musician, 243 Dupont 
Patten B A. bar room, 116 Montgomery 

" Wm. clerk, 159 Sacramento 
Patterson Arthur, beer bottler, Stockton 

near Filbert 
Patterson H R. carpenter, 196 Kearny 
" Hamilton, blacksmith, 51 Coml 
" John, moulder, Alta Foundry 
" Myron, mason, 229 Clay 
" & Lloyd, beer bottlers, Stockton 
near Filbert 
Pattison W A. produce, 112 Front 
Patridge Warren, Rassette House 
Pattrick Thos. liquors, 48 Clay 
Paul C F. printer, 186 Montgomery 
" Mens, actor, Adelphi Theatre 
" L. Soda manufacturer, 384 Stockton 
" & CO, printing office, 186 Mont 
Pauhn Thos. engraver, 127 Kearny 
Paxson Richard jr. hardware, 80-82 Cala 



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Payne John, saloon, 153 Kearny 
" John, carpenter, 114 Bush 
" Theodore, real estate auct, 96 Mont 
" Thos. physician, Rassette house 
" & CO, auctioneers and real estate 
brokers, 96 Montgomery 
Payot J M. restaurant, 163 Commercial 

" Mad T. AVashington Cafe, 163 Coml 
Payson D W. oil man, 114 Broadway 
" H R. merchant, 77 Broadway 
Peachy A C. lawyer, 90 Merchant 
Peachy, Billings k Park, attys, 90 Merc 
Peabody Alfred, com mer, B'way c Front 
Peale H. carpenter, 37 Pacific 
Pearl S. liquors, 11 Drum 
Pearson Henry, clerk, 113 Commercial 
Pearsons Hiram, real estate, 154 Mont 
Pearson J G. recorder's clerk, 244 Dupt 
" Dr. 187 Clay 
" P S. carpenter, 36 First 
" Thos. porter, 23-25 Battery 
Pease E T. dep flour insp. 61 Sac 
Peat (Argyras & P) com mer, 128 Sans 
Peck Berry Gr. paper hanger, 181 Clay 
" Chas. merchant, 230 Stockton 
"J. machinist, Commercial wharf 
" John, merchant, 230 Stockton 
" John M. grocer, 242 Pacific 
" J L. blacksmith, 13 Commercial 
" J L. blacksmith, 234 Powell 
" Lewis, bookkeeper, 137 California 
house 137 Bush 
Peckham E P. com mer, 42 Clay 

" & Davis, com mer, 42 Clay 
Peebles Cary, com mer, 74 Jackson 
Peel R. malt house, 47 Minna 
Peirce Henry, carp &. biiildr. Pine c Bat 

" Charles Capt, 80 Commercial 
Pekin Tea Co. Sacramento c Dupont 
Pelham W J. bar-room, 213 Mont 
Pellaton Amie, hotel, 287 Dupont 

" Eugene, hotel, 287 Dupont 
Peltret Peter C. liquors, 72 Battery 
Peudergast T. liquor store, 110 Pine 
Pendleton Geo. U S Appr, 100 Gala, h 

229 Clay 
Pendleton J B. lighterman, 36 First 

R C J. elk U S Appr, 100 Cal 
'' Simon, laborer, 100 Cala 
Pennycook J. baker, 89 Sansome 
Pennypacker J J. printer, 197 Stockton 

" J A. insp cus, 41 Davis 

Percy S G. merchant, Wash n Powell 
Perier E B. bar, 77 Montgomery 



Perk A. bar, 187 Front 
Perkins A. milkman, 36 First 

" Ed. drayman, stands 124 Mont 
« L H. 2 California 
" M. millinery, 146 Sacramento 
" W C. Perkins House, Rincon Pt 
n Beale 
Pcrley D. blacksmith, 43 Webb 
Perrier Henry, paper dealer, 151 Clay 
Perry jr John, stock broker, 1.53 Mont 
" J A carpenter, 158 California 
'• J H. P Temp House, 89 Pacific . 
" P H. assayer, 142 Commercial 
" Samuel, carpenter, 239 Clay 
" (fc Benson, produce, Market wliorf 
Peters Chas R. Market st B W Houso 
Petersen Geo. merchant, 99 California 
" G C. merchant, 99 California 
Petersen & co. Geo. com mer, 99 Cala 
Peterson Thos. boarding, 115 Coml 
Pettes W. com mer, 101 California 

" & Lyon, 10 
Pettit John, Rincon Point 

" N G. pilot commism-, 27 Sac 
" N S contractor, Cala n Kearny 
Petty J. printer, 131 Kearny 

" Wm. laborer, Folsomc Beale 
PeyerF. pawn broker, 151 Commercial 
Pfeitier John, shoes, 154 Montgomery 
Pflugk H. cigars, 212 Kearny 
Pfon Henry, grocer, 72 Kearny 
" John, grocer, 72 Kearny 
" Bros, grocers, 72 Kearny 
Phelan E. porter, 207 Montgomery 
" Jas. merchant, 104 Jackson 
" Michael, merchant, 104 Jackson 
" J <fc M. com mer, 104 Jackson 
Phelps A. attorney, 101 Merchant 
" J H. blacksmith,' 21 Drum 
" T G. com mer, 93 California 
Pheney Thos. laborer, 9 Minna 

" Mrs F. w^ashing, 9 Minna 
Phettiplace Geo. Rassette House 
Phianacy T K. mason, 31 Pike 
Philips Nathan, watchmaker, 256 Dupt 
" Philip, laborer. Wash n Powell 
" Mrs P. laundry, Wash n Powell 
" Richard, bar room, 52 Coml 
Phillips A P. clerk, 80 California 

" B. fancy stand, 25 Commercial 
" Benj. S F Observatory, 161 Clay 
" John, boarding, Vallejo n Dupt 
" ,' W. merchant, 73 Jackson 
" N T. trader, 234 Powell 
" R. boarding, Market wharf 



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Phillips Samuel, bds Tehama House 
" S. auctioneer, 81 Commercial 
" Samuel S. com nier, lul Sac 
" Wm. hardware, 165 Sansome 
" Wm. Tehama llouse 
'• i$c Brown, bar room, 52 Coml 
4* Wiley, auction, 81 Coml 
Pichte E. coffee house, 100 Montgomery 
Pick M. com mer, 07 Sansome 
Pickering Loring, editor, 152 Clay 
Pickett 11 F. clerk, G4 Battery 
Pickett Wm. com mer, (54 Battery 

" ifc Mount, jobbing grocers, 64 Bat 
Picot Amedie, merchant, 194 Wash 
Pidwell John T. furniture, 158 Sac 
Pierce Geo. com mer, l<i4 Battery 
" Geo. clerk, 194 Mission 
" John B. 85 California 
" M R. mason, 229 Clay 
" Wm. tinman, 88 Clay 
" Wm. baker, 132 Jackson 
Pierre J. waiter, 115 Commercial 
Pierson J D. Mont ab Broadway 
Pilgrim W H. mason, 229 Clay 
Pillon Achille, Clay n Stockton 
Pillsbury Samuel, com mer, 124 Front 
'' Ravel tj* Sim, merchant, 124 
Front 
Pinch Wm. carriage stand, Plaza 
Pinckney & co. R lumber, 99 Broadway 
Pinddock J H. insp cus, Barge Office 
Pindell J. M. insp cus, Barge Office 
Pindleton Jos. merchant, 187 Stock 
Pine S R. lumber, 18 California 
" Jacob, merchant, 60 California 
" ^« King, Imnber, 18 California 
Pinet I. clerk, 178 Montgomery 
Pinner B. clothier, 64 Pacific 
" J. clothier, 64 Pacific 
" Bros, clothiers, 64 Pacific 
Pinkham B F. publisher, 160 Mojit 

" Chas. daguerrean, 204 Clay 
Pioche A. com mer, 134 Clay 
Pioche, Bayerque & co. com mer, 134 

Clay 
PiodaPaul, casino, 164 Commercial 
Pioneer Clul) House, 136 Montgomery 
Piper W A. builder, 30 California 

" J B. provisions, 36 First 
Pixley Frank M. Ed. Daily Whig, 1-16 

Montgomery 
Place C h B'ranklin Hotel 
Plantic Alphonse, clerk, 147 Mont 
Plat F. merchant, 128 Sansome 
Platchct Elias. clothing, 49 Connnercial I 



Platchet Jacob, merchant, 4 Coml 
Plate A J, gunsmith, 55 Liedsdorff" 

" H. school teacher, 3 Commercial 
Plater Wm. elk County Surveyr's office, 

City Hall 
Piatt Geo. K- attorney, 160 Clay 

" H B. bowl'g saloon, Kear c Mercht 
" J M. wood dealer, 217 Stockton 
Plum Geo H. paint store, 68 Front 
Plumb B J. machinist, 88 Kearny 
" Chas H. clerk, 132 California 
" E L. lumber, 61 California 
" Jas. E. tinsmith, 33 Liedsdorff 
Pliraie J V. banker, 165 Montgomery 
Plumbe John, ins cus. Barge Office 
Plummer J A. merchant. Front n Clay 
" R. boatman, Cunnghm's wharf 
'- S S C. express wag'n, 142 Mont 
" ^* CO. produce, Front n Clay 
Poinsignon Francis, dlr in liqrs, 155 Sac 

" ($' CO. liquors, 155 Sac 

Pointeau Martin, brickyard, Stockton n 

Greenwich 
Polack J S. Rassette House 
Pole Thos. porter. 62 California 
Polhelmus C B. merchant, 113 Cala 
Polka Saloon, 154 Commercial 
Pollack Jos. importer, 95 Sansome 

'•' Leopold, importer. 95 Sansome 
Pollard Aaron, agency, 156 Clay 

" S. Mercantile Hotel 
Pollity M. clothing, 30 First 
Pollock David H. ladies' shoes, 174 Clay 
" Edwaid, painter, 15 Liedsdorff' 
'• E. painter, Stockton c Jackson 
" Fred'k, Union c Battery 
" & Dugan, painters, 15 Liedsdorff 
Pomares J M. merchant. Law's wharf 
Pomeroy David, attorney. Market wharf 
" J T. Cily Hotel, 37 Pacific 
" Mrs M. boarding, 321 Stockton 
Pomier Henry, book store, 105 Mont 
Ponten W E. physician, 121 California 
" &C0, druggists, 121 Calitbrnia 
Poole G C. captain str Wilson G Hunt 
" L G. clerk, 126 California 
" Wm T. ins ens, }?arge Office 
" H. blacksmith, 67 Fn\st 
Pool I L. importer, 126 California 
Pooler R H. waiter, 183 Dupont 
Poor Benj. merchant, Connnercial wharf 
Pope A J. lumber, 57 Pine 

" E. drayman, Coml c Montgomery 
'• Geo. carpenter, 1 14 Bush 
" Geo G. merchant, 58 Front 



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Pope Harris, carpenter, 114 Bush 
" Henry, carpenter, 114 Bush 
Poppe Earnest, upholstery goods, Gala c 
Kearny 

" Bros, imp cigars, 56 Commercial 
Porter D C. physician, 78 Pacific 
" Mrs. Mansion House, 78 Pacific 
" Edward, lodgings, 92 Pacific 
" G S. port warden, 53 Pacific, h 
314 Stockton 
Porter Henry, Bay Hotel, Cunghm's whf 
" John, mate, 234 Powell 
" Jas. laborer, 140 Pine 
" J L. eating house, 93 Sansome 
" Rufus R. clerk. Post Office 
" Wm H. blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Portois P. builder, 98 Kearny 
Portsmouth House, Clay c Dupont 
Post D R. com mer, 81 California 
" G B. merchant, 51 California 
" H G. drayman, 117 Bush 
" J A. merchant, 51 California 
" Samuel, bds Tehama House 
" S G. Mansion House, 78 Pacific 
" ^' CO. G B. com mer, 51 California 
Poston E D. merchant, 239 Stockton 
Potter Chas. F. tinman, 114 Battery 
" Geo C. bds Oriental Hotel 
'• Henry, watchman, 161 Front 
" Jos. clerk. 73 Battery 
" Thos L. livery stable, 115 Kearny 
" & Lawton, livery stable, 115 Kear 
Pottier, dry goods, 211 Clay 
Potts J. clerk, 73 Battery 
Poulterer Thos J. com mer, 91 Cala 
Poultier Chas. trader, 393 Powell 
Powers Chas. gunsmith, 212 Wash 
" Ed. E. printer, 210 Washington 
" John, porter, 30 Battery 
Prag C. tinman, 114 Battery 
Prait Albert, carpenter. Market wharf 
" G. laborer, Cunnghms wharf 
" Jas. notary public, 159 Clay 
" S M. jeweler, 119 Montgomery 
" Wm. cook, 76 Pacific 
" W W. saloon, 28 Commercial 
Precht Chas. cigars, 7 Kearny 

" Carl, physician, 223 Dupont 
Prentiss W H. saloon, 138 Montgomery 

" & .Tones, saloon, 138 Mont 
Preston Geo H. agent, 11 Sacramento 
" John, carpenter, 272 Dupont 
" Theodoie, butcher, 5 Coml 
Price Chas. clerk, 9 Commercial 
" G S. book-keeper, 197 Wash 



" L. clothing, 47 Pacific 
" R M. real estate, 186 Dupont 
" Samuel, com mer, 170 Mont 
" W G. clerk, 46 Commercial 
" &. CO. Samuel, com mer, 170 Mont 
Prince Miguel, horse dealer, 272 Pacific 
" Raphael, clerk, 21 Commercial 
•' Stephen, butter 4* eggs, 10 N W 
Market 
Proctor Wm. blacksmith, 76 Pacific 
Profentine J R D, De, editor, 76 Pacific 
ProU Henry, saddler, 114 Kearny 

" & Siern, saddlers, 114 Kearny 
Promis G. boots, 249 Dupont 
Proskey D. wall paper, 126 Clay 
Prou Alfred, painter. Clay n Powell 
Provost D R. liquors, 81 California 

" J W. grocer, 25 Commercial 
Public Administrator's Office, Hall 

" School, central, 234 Dupont 
Pudney Wm. tailor, 198 Kearny 
Pugg E A. insp cus, barge office 
Pulletts Jonas, tailor, 198 Kearny 
Punches J J. mdse broker, 67 California 
Purdy E B. collector, California Avharf 

" H H. watchmaker, 199 Clay 
Purse Thos. mason, 31 Pike 
Putnam B P. butcher, Beale n Folsome 
" J P. com mer, 78 California 
" S 0. 114 Montgomery 
" k Wetherbee, merchants, 78 Cal 

Quantock Henry, Franklin hotel 
Quayle R B. assistant store keeper, base- 
ment Custom House 
Queen Henry, wheelwright, 79 Mont 
Queen John G. blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Queen J K. bds Tehama house 
Queenly Saml J. 161 Front j 

Queenly Saml Q. 161 Front 3 

Quereau A. merchant, 77 Clay, house i 
250 Powell 1 

Quereau cj" Johnson, com mer, 77 Clay 
Quigley C W. blacksmith, Coml wharf 
Quimby John, tailor, 201 Clay i 

Quigley C. drayman, 142 Mont | 

Quimby Ed. merchant, 10 Leidsdorff ' 

Quimby Z M. 245 Sacramento 
Quin John, (colored) drayman, 140 Pine 
Quin James, laborer, 205 Montgomery 
Quincy Wm. stone cutter, 03 Mont 
Quinn J C. messenger P 0. h 45 Pike 



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Quinn M. boarding, 97 Pacific 
Quill James, carman, California exchange 
Quilton J. laborer, 21 Battery 
Quilton Saml, laborer, 21 Battery 
Quirot C. lithographer, 136 California 
Quirot & CO, lithographers, 136 Gala 
Quiroya Saml, 59 Kearny 
Quon Thos. porter, 96 CaJifomia 



Rabe W. lawyer 4' commisnr, 163 Clay 
Racine Madam, actress, 331 Stockton 
Racoulat Garrie, grocer, 195 Kearny 
Radonich Thos. bar, 144 Kearny 
Raffee D. carriage maker, 42 Sansome 
Rapp Henri, cigars, 262 Dupont 
Ragan John, Orleans Hotel, 179 Kearny 
Ragan John, grocer, 33 Montgomery 
Ragsdale F. Bella Union 
Ragsdale P O. Bella Union 
Raimond K E. 77 Davis 
Rambach Y Y. importer, 139 Sac 
Ramez Fred'k, mercht, Jones c Grnwich 
Ramden R. washing, 277 Stockton 
Ramiley Andres, liquors, 169 Jackson 
Rammelsberg A. furniture, 190 Wash 
Ramon Alminate, restaurant, 214 Jack 
Ramsdell A G. coal, Jackson st wharf 
Ramsdell & Tharp. coal, Jackson st whf 
Randall Arthur F. baker, 169 Saiisome 
Randall A G. broker, 154 Montgomeiy 
Randall A R. agent water works, 90 Pine 
Randall Andrew W baker, 169 Sans 
Randall Chas. paper-hanger, 45 Pike 
Randall Chas. upholsterer, 223 Wash 
Randall H C. teamster, 36 First 
Randall Jacob, boatman, Coml wharf 
Randall James, trad<^.r, 119 Commercial 
Randall Samuel, 41 Davis 
Randolph B H. imp wines, 97 Cala 
Ranpolph C. machinist. Commercial whf 
Jlandolph Edmund, attorney at law, 137 

Montgomery 
Randolph John, (col'd) blksmth, 140 Pine 
Randolph John, trader, 45 Pike 
Randolph & Lipman, imp wines, 97 Cala 
Rankin Ira P. merchant, 81 Front 
Rankin Robt. lawyer, 90 Merchant 
Rankin & co. com mer, 81 Front 
Ranlett W H. lumber, 17 Battery 
Rannay E. blacksmith, Coml wharf 
Ranson Peter, clerk, 157 Kearny 
» Raphael, restaurant, 66-68 Coml 
t Raritan House, Broadway 
I 12 



Rassette Jas. hotel, 19, 21, 23 Sansome 
Rathbone A H. collector, 160 Mont 
Ravel J B. com mer, 124 Front 
Raverly Chas. laborer, 161 Front 
Ravesies F P. com mer, 129 Sansome 
Rawell J. physician, 132 Kearny 
Rawle E W. clerk, 111 Commercial 
Ray Isaac, public house, 112 Pine 
Ray Jas H. merchant, 119 Sansome 
Ray Jacob, butcher, Pacific Market 
Ray Vincent, waiter, 85 Sansome 
Raye W R. clerk, 142 Clay 
Rayner W B. drayman, 119 Bush 
Raymond I W. agt str N. O. 51 Davis 
Razouse Anna Maria, 341 Stockton 
Read Geo. James, clerk. 111 Coml 
Read Henry, clerk, 11 Commercial 
Read W B. livery stable, 73 Kearny 
Reay Joseph, plumr &. tinman, 136 Clay 
Reay 6o Johnston, plumrs 4' tinmen, 136 

Clay 
Rebard A. hatter, 143 Sacramento 
Rebard C. hatter, 143 Sacramento 
Rebard, Bros, hatters, 143 Sacramento 
Recorder's Court <fc office, 244 Dupont 
Recorder's office. County, 94 Merchant 
Reddington Alfred, 246 Powell 
Reddington J H. drugs, 125 Sansome 
Redman W. T. constable 3d township, 

29 Liedsdorff, h Jesse n Third 
Redmond John, agent. Clay n Powell 
Redmond J B. merchant, 127 Cala 
Redmond 4* co. merchants, 127 Cala 
Rednagne T B. steward str Am Eagle 
Reed A H. fruit store, 91 Commercial 
Reed B F. waterman. Market n First 
Reed Geo. machinist, 100 Pine 
Reed Henry R. com mer, 92 Front 
Reed J M. com mer, 69 Jackson 
Reed John, painter, 182 Washington 
Reed John, oyster saloon, 130 Coml 
Reed John H. public house, 348 Stock 
Reed Lewis, oyster saloon, 130 Coml 
Reed M. drayman, 66 Kearny 
Reed M G. coffee saloon, 202' Wash 
Reed R. com mer, 69 Jackson 
Reed S G. com mer, 106 Front 
Reed Thos J. printer, 210 Washington 
Reed V B. coffee saloon, 202 Wash 
Reed Wm. carpenter, 58 Halleck 
Reed Wm C. merchant, 129 Jackson 
Reed & Benjamin, machinists, 100 Pine 
Reed 4* co. com mer, 92 Front 
Reese A B Mrs. boarding, 176 Dupont 
Reese Henry, seaman, Cunnghm's whf 
Reese Michael, broker, 137 California 



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Reese J M. (col'd) 132 Commercial j 

Jleeve Geo 13. merchant 127 Sansome 
Reeve G F. jewelry, 155 Montgomery 
Reeve W B. grocer, ISO Kearny 
Reeve & co. grocers, 13() Kearny 
Regcnsburger Mrs II. milliner, 201 Wash 
Regensburgor J. physician, 201 Wash 
Rego Mrs. miUiner, 175 Washington 
Reid Thos P. 118 Montgomery 
Reid W E. clerk, 1 76 Montgomery 
Reiley J. striker, Market n First 
Reiley T. 2d officer str Ohio 
Reincke H. importer, 122 California 
Reinche G. clerk, 143 Clay 
Reiner Hyppolite, tailor, 261 Dupont 
Remmell Jacob, bar, 95 Sansome 
Remmell J. bar, 121 Clay 
Remas J. clothier, 14 Commercial 
Renaii Jules, restaurant, 84 Pacific 
Renault Chas. restaurant, 137 Kearny 
Renault &. Benjamin, res't, 137 Kearny 
Rene B. vegetable stalls 30 N W Market 
Rene E. 149 Washington 
Renich Jas, blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Rennet F C. Rassette House 
Rens Josephine, 64 Kearny 
Repose The, saloon, 177 Pacific 
Ressigue Saval, produce, 135 Clay 
Ressigue & Thorne, produce, 135 Clay 
Rett &. CO. C. boarding, 319 Dupont 
RevalkA. watchmaker, 159 Wash 
Revalk &. Luedke, watchmakers and 

jewelry, 159 Washington 
Reynegom J L V. merchant, 317 Stock 
Reynolds E R. trader, 313 Dupont 
Reynolds G W. bds 229 Clay 
Reynolds Lewis, com mer, 56 Front 
Reynolds Nicholas, produce, 86 Coml 
Reynolds O A. com mer, 201 Sansome 
Reynolds Thos. grocer, 194 Kearny 
Reynolds Thos. grocer, 142 Washington 
Reynolds Wm. com mer, 56 Front 
Reynolds <^ co. com mer, 56 Front 
Reynolds, Howell & co. grocers, 194 

Kearny 
Rhodes W H. attorney, 98 Merchant 
Rice B A. drayman, 124 Bush 
Rice Chas A. grocer, 34 First 
Rice G S. book-keeper, Custem House 
Rice Hannibal, barber, 140 Mont 
Ricejr H. agent, 140 Montgomery 
Rice jr James, lawyer, 89 Merchant 
Rice Jerome, auctioneer, 116 Sansome 
Rice Richard, machinist, 91 Kearny 
Rice Richard, stone cutter, Bat n Green 



Rice Wm P. 126 Sansome 
Rich Isaac, clerk, 71 Commercial 
Rich Joseph, clothier, 22 Commercial 
Ricli J J. laborer, 76 Pacific 
Rich S. clothier, 107 Commercial 
Rich W C. laborer, 76 Pacific 
Rich W W. (col'd) laundry, 140 Pine 
Richard Ed. broker, 85 California 
Richards J R. clerk, 98 Battery 
Richards J W. merchant, 229 Clay 
Richards Madam, dressmkr, 212 Dupt 
Richards Wm H. clerk, 139 Mont 
Richardson A G. Adams' Express Office 

99 Montgomery 
Richardson H. Rassette House 
Richardson Henry, attorney 135 Mont 
Richardson Henry, 252 Powell 
Richardson John, trader, 188 Stockton 
Richardson Mathew, vegetabls. 110 Coml 
Richardson T H. carriagemkr, 39 Webb 
Richardson W. (col'd) carman, 262 Clay 
Richardson & Barr, vegetables, 110 Coml 
Richardson ^Standart, Eastern exchange 

2 Commercial 
Richmond Chas B. machinist, B'dway whf 
Richmond Geo. stone cutter, 57 Coml 
Richmond Gilbert, ship master, 334 Pow 
Richmond W C. laborer, 71 Battery 
Richter G F. 142 Commercial 
Richter Dr. M. 102 Pine 
Riddle J L. auct and com, 50-52 Sans 
Riddle & co, auct and com, 50-52 Sans 
Rideout Chas. police officer, 244 Dupont 
Rider John, 101 Sacramento 
Rider Wm. laborer, Clark's point 
Rider Wilson, soda manufactr, 384 Stock; 
Ridgeway Geo G. clerk, 132 Cahfomia 
Ridgeway W P. Niantic hotel, 124 Claj, 
Rigg Ed A. insp cus, barge office 
Riley Miss E. milliner, 224 California 
Riley Geo. moulder, Folsome cor Beale 
Riley Michael, painter, 846 Stockton 
Ring M W. tailor, 51 Broadway 
Ringer Frederick, cigar cealer, 199 Dupti 
Rinneberg Herman, tinsmith, 187 Coml 
Ripfrey H. druggist, 221 Clay 
Riofrey & Guichard, druggists, 221 Clajr^ 
Ripley Noah, paints and oils, 96 Gala 
Rippon Wm. Lafayette house, 51 Coml 
Rising D B. auctioneer and exchange! 

broker, 65 Battery 
Rising, Casselli ^ co, auct and exchange 

brokers, 65 Battery 
Ritchie A A. merchant, 64 Califomia 



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Ritchie Jas. barber, 26 First 
Ritchie Osgood ^ co, merchants, 64 Gala 
Ritter L E. merchant, 170 Dupont 
Ritter & CO, merchants, 170 Dupont 
Rivarol Frederick, restaurant, 196 Jack 
Roach F M. carpenter, 83 Jackson 
Roach Tobias, Franklin hotel 
Robbins B T. carpenter, 27 Bush 
Bobbins Chas. FrankUn hotel 
Robbins Thos. laborer, 115 Kearny 
Bobbins W W. cigars, 72 Pacific 
Bol)erts Jas B. boots and shoes, 65 Pac 
Roberts John, imp liquors, 68 Sacramento 
Roberts J L. Tehama hotel 
Roberts J F. boarding, 31 Sansome 
Roberts M. laborer, 53 Broadway 
Roberts Wm B. com mer, 61 Pacific 
Roberts Wm. porter, 23 Battery 
Roberts Wm. Rassette house 
Roberts & co, boots and shoes, 65 Pac 
Robinett Eugene, restaurant, 85 Kear 
Robinett J. engineer, 125 CaUfornia 
Robertson Alex, grocer, 187 Pacifi,c 
Robertson J H. coal yard. Clay b Front 
Robertson R L. coal yard. Clay b Front 
Robertson Robt, 62 Sansome 
Robertson W D. watchman. Custom Ho 
Robertson Wm. boarding, 46 Sacramento 
Robertson ^ co, grocers, 187 Pacific 
Robinsin N W. Adams' express 
Robinson A. livery stable, 38 Webb 
Robinson C I. livery stable, 153 Sac 
Robinson D M. bar, 103 Sansome 
Robinson Ellen (colrd) Beale n Folsome 
Robinson Jas. painter, 151 Clay 
Robinson Jas H. stone cutter and quarry 

man, Rincon point 
Robinson J R. banker, 141 Montgomery 
Robinson L. carpenter, 196 Kearny 
Robinson Robt, clerk, 361 Stockton 
Robinson W T. carpenter, 51 Ooral 
Robison D N. fruit store, 94 Coml 
Robison W D. fruit store, 94 Coml 
Roby Wm. plumber, 80 Pine 
Roche Ilermier, printer, 200 Dupont 
Roche Thos. boarding, 6 Ohio 



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Rockwell Chas H. 
100 California 
Rodgers Geo. public house, 98 Pacific 
Rodgers M. waiter, 85 Sansome 
Rodriguez Bosa, druggist, 193 Dupont 
Roebin Geo. lodgings, 50 Commercial 
Roeck P. laborer, 47 Broadway 
Rogers A. B. carpenter, 183 Coml 



Rogers H P. butter store, 138 Clay, ho 

28 Buena Vista 
Rogers Jacob, clerk, 208 Washington 
Rogers J J. Bassette house 
Rogers Mrs M E. dressmaker, 208 Clay 
Rogers Robt. importer, 143 Clay 
Rogers Wm. pilot, Cunningham's wharf 
Rogers & Fullerton, merchants. Front cor 

Jackson 
Roggenberger M. importer,27 Sacramento 
Boggenberger & co, importers dry goods 

and clothing, 127 Sacramento 
Bohtbar II. cigars, 110 Montgomery 
Bolaif Henry, laborer, 145 Commercial 
Boilings J A. clerk, 131 Montgomery 
Bollins A. auctioneer, 60 California 
Rollins M. stone cutter, Bat n Greene 
Bollinson J R- merchant, 90 California 
Rollinson Rev. Wm. pastor Second Baptist 

Church, 42 Melius 
Bomer Wm J. 27 Drum 
Booney Bernard, grocer, 233 Wash 
Booney E P. clerk, 24 Sacramento 
Booney P H. com mer, 50 California 
Booney Thos. police officer, 244 Dupont 
Boot A. laborer, 115 Kearny 
Boot Jas. stove merchant, 150 Clay 
Bosa Salvator, music store, 180 Clay 
Bosa S. (colored, carman, 262 Jackson 
Bose John, cooper, 12 LeidsdorfF 
Bose J B. lawyer, 137 Montgomery 
Bose N D. Tehama hotel 
Rosenbaum A. cigars, 54 Commercial 
Rosenbaum Jas. clothing and dry goods, 

132 California 
Rosenbaum J S. fruit, 132 Montgomery 
Rosenburg Jos. cigars, 147 Kearny 
Rosenfeld Julius, merchant, 171 Wash 
Rosenfeld k Meyer, imp cigars, 144 Wash 
Rosenstock J. clothier, 45 Pacific 
Rosenstock M. clothier, 45 Pacific 
Rosenstock Saml. clothier, 45 Pacific 
Bosenstock S W. clothing, 57 Pacific 
Bosenstock & Bros, clothiers, 45 Pacific 
Bosenswig B. clothier, 161 California 
Bosenthal S. dry goods. 154 Kearny 
Boss Mrs. boarding, 206 Washington 
Ross B. painter, 49 Broadway 
Boss Chas L. com mer, 146 Clay, house 

303 Clay 
Ross Daniel L. com mer, 113 Battery, h 

369 Stockton 
Boss Jas. liquor store, 175 Sansome 
Ross Richard, Bella Union, 198 Wash 



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Ross W. painter, 49 Clay 
Ross W G. painter, 182 Washington 
Ross cf CO, D L. com mer, 113 Battery 
Rossinbeck Morris, tailor, 115 Jackson 
Rouch P. moulder, Market square 
Rounds Saml H. Avhechvright, 22 First 
Rounds & Kent, wheelwrights, 22 First 
Rousset P. imp cigars, 122 California 
Rousset, Auger & co, imp cigars, 122 Cal 
Routhier Isadore, jeweler, 58 Kearny 
Roux Amie, 90 Clay 
Rowe B S. clerk, 9 Commercial 
Rowe 0. teamster, Vallejo n Battery 
Rowe Rufus, butcher, 9 Commercial 
Rowell J. physician, 132 Kearny 
Rowle E W. clerk. 111 Commercial 
Rowland John seaman, Fremont n Beale 
Ruddock Andrew, porter, Oriental hotel 
Ruddock Jos H. insp customs, 178 Dupt 
Ruddock Patrick, porter, Market square 
Rudenburg J M. dry goods, 136 Sansome 
Rudsdale M. 106 Front 
Rueff Jules, bar, 138 Kearny 
Ruggles J. merchant, 321 Stockton 
Ruhling J C. merchant, 138 Jackson 
Ruhling, Edlessen & co, merchs, 138 Jack 
Rumean Dominique, flour dealer, 50 Kear 
Rumrill C H. merchant, 68 Pacific 
Rundell W N. custom bouse, 197 Wash 
Rungan Abel S. assist apprais, 100 Cala 
Runk Geo. drayman, 99 Sacramento 
Runnell C, laborer, 76 Pacific 
Russ A G. grocer, 71 Montgomery 
Russ J H. Tehama hotel 
Russ ^ CO, grocery, 71 Montgomery 
Russum T B. county recorder, 94 Mercht 
Russell C. Adams' & co's express 
Russell G T. printer, 118 Commercial 
Russell Wm. cook, 132 Bush 
Russell Thog. builder, 291 Pacific 
Russell S. bricklayer, Vallejo n Battery 
Ruterman J. tinner, 87 Washington 
Ruth Thos. blacksmith, 277 Dupont 
Rutte T. importer, 172 Montgomery 
Rutte & Tissot, importers, 172 Mont 
Rutledge Pascal, stove merchant, 156 Sans 
Rutledge & co, stove merchants, 165 Sans 
Ryan Edward, drayman, 50 Minna 
Ryan Jas. painter, 351 Stockton 
Ryan J. builder, 29 Minna 
Ryan J D. produce, 82 Front 
Ryan Jas T. lumber, 39 Battery 
Ryan John, waiter, 85 Sansome 
Ryan Michael, porter, 182 Montgomery 



Ryan P. produce, 82 Front 
Ryan P. porter, Vallejo n Battery 
Ryan R F. attorney, 123 Montgomery 
Ryan Richard, steward, Oriental hotel 
Ryan & co, produce, 82 Front 
Ryan, Duflf ^ co, lumber, 39 Battery 
Ryckman G W. flour inspector, 61 Sac 
Ryder Jas M. imp hardware, 96 Battery 



Sabatie A E. merchant, 118 Commercial 
" ^ Maubec, merchants, 118 Coml 
Sabin Mrs M A. dressmaker, 217 Jackson 
Sackett E B. Rassette house 
Sage E J. shipping merchant, 45 Cala 

" & Smith, shipping merchts, 45 Cala 
Salaman A. watchmaker, 117 Kearny 
Salmon Mrs. 117 Dupont 
Salomon Madame, cafe, 152 Washington 
Samiento C. dressmaker, 201 Pacific 
" J. dressmaker, 201 Pacific 
" T. dressmaker, 201 Pacific 
Sammis E B. mason, Harrison u Beale 
Sampson Wm A. imp oil cloth, 206 Clay 
Samson A B. jeweler, 151 Montgomery 
Sam Manchong, China merch, 187 Sac 
Sam Wo, China merchant, 175 Sac 
Sanbome Theo C. merchant, 134 Clay 
Sanders B C. banker, 129 Montgomery 
' G J Hubert, attorney, 96 Mercht 
' John, pilot, steamer Kate Kearny 
' P B. clerk, 129 Montgomery 
' & Brenham, bankers, 129 Mont 
' & Parker, attorneys, 98 Mercht 
Sanderson F. boarding, 119 Pine 
Sanderson L. F. Columbia hotel, tl9 Pine 
Sandy Geo H. printer, 37 Webb 
San Francisco Baths, Wash bel Kearny 
Sanford F C. com mer, 35 Pine 
Sansome H & L co, Washington between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Santa Claus Headquarters, 276 Stockton i 
Sarciron J. flowers, 152 Washington 

" & Ledunois, flowers, 152 Wash 
Sarddie J M. baker, 52 Kearny 
Sargent B. coal dealer, 44 Battery t 

Saroni Chas S. hat store, 179 Clay 

" Archer tf co, hat store, 179 Clay 
Sassenay Fred D. 149 Washington 
Satterlee John, judge superior court 
Saulnier G. wines and liquors, 95 Mercht ! 
Saunders F. Mont bet Pacific and B'way 
" John H. attorney, 127 Mont 



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Saunders, Hepburn & Bagley, attorneys, 

127 Montgomery 
Saucelito Water Co, oflSce, 69 Pacific 
Savage C W. caulker, 38 Webb 
Saville E. bar, 203 Pacific 
Sawyer F A. clearance clerk, cus house, 
Sawyer N. boarding, 91 Pacific 
" Otis V. hardware, 127 Sansome 
" Saml, Dr. 2 First 
" W B. com mer, 127 Sansome 
Sayer Ed. seaman, Fremont n Howard 
Sayre Jas H. carpenter, 118 Jackson 
Sayward W T. broker, 137 Montgomery, 

residence 203 Stockton 
Sayward ^f co, brokers, 137 Mont 
Saywood J H. Rassette house 
Scanlan Rev John, St Francis Church, 

Vallejo street 
Scannel David, merchant, 3 Coml 

" Marshall, 3 Commercial 
Scarpa Geo. market, 57 Kearny 
*' & CO. market, 57 Kearny 
Schad Wm. baker, 179 Washington 
Schafer John, mattresses, 62 Commercial 
" John P. boarding, 85 Pacific 
" L. clothing, 120 Sacramento 
Schaeffer Chas. 307 Jackson 

" Chas H. auctioneeer, 85 Coml 
" T B. warehouse clerk, cus house 
" J W. cigars, 34 Commercial 
Schander J T. pilot, Cunningham's wharf 
Schell A M. U S dist court, 87 Merchant 
Scheper Aldridge, merchant, 138 Wash 
" & Van Bergen, merchant, 138 
Washington 
Schie Louis, llSDupont 
Schil Fanny, actress, 199 Dupont 
Schirpser David, pedler, 109 Coml 
Schlageten John, hatter, 141 Kearny 
Scleiden W. broker, 187 Kearny 
Schloss Benj. imp dry goods, 122 Mont 
" Fred, imp dry goods, 122 Mont 
" Philip, imp dry goods, 122 Mont 
" Bros, imp dry goods, 122 Mont 
Schmidt John, waterman, 115 Coml 
" Patrick, laborer, 243 Dupont 
" J. imp wines, 218 Jackson 
" S J. cabinet maker, 210 Clay 
" & Halter, fruit dealers, 194 Clay 
" & CO J. imp wines, 218 Jackson 
Schmitz Cristopher, musician, 117 Dupt 
" Joseph, musician, 117 Dupont 
Schmoly Wm. mathematical and optical 
mstrument maker, 119 Montgomery 



Schneider Augustus, merchant, 164 Sans 
Schonbcrg W. Globe hotel, 243-245 Dup 
Schooler Wm. drayman, 161 Front 
Schouberg W. hotel, 245 Dupont 
Schoyer Raphael, auctioneer, 94 Sansome 
Schroder L. bar, 229 Pacific 
Schroder Gustavus, ship master, Powell 

rear Wesley Chapel 
Schroder Henri, merchant, 20 Leidsdorff 
" J G. com mer, 50 Front 
" Lewis, bar, 179 Front 
" W. drayman, 161 Front 
" & CO, im and com mer, 50 Front 
" & CO, imp & com mer, 20 Leids 
" & Meyer, bar, 179 Mont 
Schroth Chas. confectioner, 174 Clay 
Schucklc C. blacksmith, 86 Bush 
Schulthess G F. draughtsman, 137 Cala 
Schultz T. cabinet maker, 75 Pine 

" Martin, com mer, 160-162 Sans 
Schultze J. com mer, 126 California 

'' & CO, merchants, 126 California 
Schultz k CO M. auct and com, 160 Sans 
Schumcher A. merchant, 160 Wash 
Schuth J W. merchant, 67 California 
Schwartz W. moulder, 67 First 
Schwerin A. dry goods, 185 Washington 

" Henry, baker, 179 Wash 
Schweritz Simon, tailor, 154 Clay 
Schwob Adolphe, grocer, 62 Mont 
Scott Miss A. boarding, 52 Montgomery 
" Andrew, clerk, 90 Pine 
" C G. builder, 351 Powoll 
" George, machinist, 67 First 
" John, liquors, 28 California 
" John, liquor store, 61 Davis 
" & CO, liquors, 28 California 
Scouler Jas. cabinet maker, 127 Kearny 
Scranton H Lee, merchant, 79 Pacific 

" J H. merchant, 49 Pacific 
Scriber C. upholsterer, 179 Jackson 
" Jacob, upholsterer, 179 Jackson 
" Philip, upholsterer, 179 Jackson 
Scribner G W. butcher, 80 Pacific 
Scrutton J H. shipper, 154 Front 

" & Hale, shippers, 154 Front 
Scruth J W. merchant, 67 California 
Scully W. cor Davis and Pacific 
Seafoss Jacob, carpentor, 76 Pacific 
Scale H W. contractor, 289 Clay 
Seaman Ed. 162 Montgomery 
Searle John, importer, 127 California 
^ Wynn, importers, 127 Cala 



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Seaver T W. 100 Sansome 
Sebire A. manufr cordials, Wash n Virg'a 
Sebire S. wine merchant, 132 Commercial 
Segar Geo. auctioneer, 116 Sansome 
Sailer August, cigars, IGl Kearny 
Selby T. merchant, 170 Dupont 

" T H. imp hardware, 132 Gala 
Selig Nathan, mason, 239 Clay 
Seligman J. importer, 105 California 
" & CO, importers, 105 Cala 
Selling P. dry grods, 259 Dupont 
Seref David, dry goods, Dupont n Union 
Serra Sebastian, tobacco, 124 Mont 
Serrington S B. (col'd) barber, 220 Kear 
Sescau John, French imp, 147 Clay 
Seventh Ward Hotel, 1 First street 
Severance Henry, mineral water, Vallejo 

bet Stockton and Dupont 
Seymour E P. wooden ware, 137 Sansome 
" G F. furniture, 190 Wash 
" ^ CO, furniture, 190 Wash 
Shade Mrs C. boarding, 43 Pike 
Shannon B. Bush n Montgomery 
" Jos. county treas. City Hall 
" Mrs Julia, accoucher, Vallejo bet 
Stockton and Powell 
Sharp Geo F. attorney, 142 Montgomery 
" S A. attorney, 97 Merchant 
" W H. attorney, 142 Montgomery 
Shattock D D. agent American Bjble So- 
ciety, Dupont n Greene 
Shattuck T W. insp cus, barge oflfica 
Shaw C B. saloon, 200 Jackson 
" Geo N. merchant, 47-49 Cala 
" J B. trader, 313 Dupont 
" John laborer, 76 Pacific 
" Mrs. residence 227 Washington 
" Tobias, clothing, 124 Montgomery 
" W. hatter, 141 Kearny 
" W. waterman. Market n Mont 
" W J. attorney, 163 Clay 
" & CO G N. merchants, 47-49 Cala 
Shawmut house, 61 First 
Sheafe E A. fruit. Eastern Exch, Coml 
Shepheard JD.Franklm hotel, 180 Sans 
Shearer R J. auctioneer, 112 Sansome 
Sheldon C 0. hatter, 179 Clay 
Shelley Wm. pilot, office Ounghms wharf 
Shelton S W. hardware, 106 Br.ttery 

" & CO, hardware, 106 Batfce.y 
Shepard D A. wines aud liquors, 145 Sans 
" D W. fire warden, Clay c Dupt 
" W L. stoves, 34 Sansome 
" & Hale, wines and liqr, 145 Sans 



Sheppard H M. 211 Clay 

" John, mercht tailor, 194 Wash 
" John, merchant, 3 Commercial 
" Rose, boarding, 32 Virginia 
" S. lawyer, 163 Mission 
" P W. just of peace, west s plaza 
" S A. attorney, 170 Mont 
Sheridan Wm. trader, Harrison street 
Sherman H S. express, 84 Bush 
" K. hotel, 79 Montgomery 
" R M. merchant, 154 Clay 
" & Wheelock, hotel, 79 Mont 
Sherwood Miss E. 128 Broadway 

" Robt. watchmaker, 161 Clay 
« W W. cashier, h 254 Powell 
" W J. auct, 121 Sansome 
*' & CO, auct, 121 Sansome 
SHERWOOD — BARRETT &, watch 
and chronometer makers, manufacturers 
and importers of fine jewelry, 161 Clay 
Sherry P. boarding, 91 Pacific 

" Thos. merchant, 81 California 
Shew Wm. daguerrean, west side Plaza 
Shier G. clothing, 139 Front 
Shillaber Uriel, U S barge offi,193 Front 
Shindler Jas. Oriental hotel 
Shipley W C. liquors, 82 Battery 
Ship masters' headquarters, 18 Sac wharf 
Shippen Ed. bookkeeper, custom house 
Shipway Geo. shipsmith, 63 Halleck 
Shirley John, crockery, 176 Montgomery 
" J. crockery, 138 Kearny 
" & Bayley, crockery, 176 Mont 
Shmitz C. saloon, 164 Commercial 
Shockley F. elk U S Warehouse, C H 
Shoder Andrew, public house, 19 Coml 
Sheet G L. printer, 118 Commercial 
Sholle Jacob, clothing, 78 Montgomery 
" Wm. clothing, 7S Montgomery 
" Brothers, clothing, 78 Mont 
Shoomer J. porter, 58 Front 
Short John, Wash'gton Baths, 174 Wash 
" jr John, Wash'gtn Baths, 174 Wash 
" jr John, clerk, 27 Drum 
Shreve & co. Wm. A. 42 Battery 
Shriev Myer, clothing, 77 Pacific 
Shultee G. clerk, 90 Commercial 
Shults J. eea officer, 90 Pacific 
Shultze T. cigars, 133 Montgomery 
Shultz <fc CO. Martin, auc & com, Sans c 

Jackson 
Shuppart A. brewer, 268 Stockton 
Shuriieldt G. porter, 158 Kearny 
Shying G. butcher, 56 Bush 
Sibley A H. merchant, 137 Montgomeiy 



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Sibley A J Mrs. 198 Stockton 

" <fc CO. merchants, 137 Mont 
Sibay Adolphe, merchant, 123 Mont 
Sichel M. clothier, 108 Commercial 
Sicre Sophrone, merchant, 313 Dupont 
Seibeck Gustave, saloon, 167 Coml 
Signoret Felix, barber, 234 Dnpont 
Silke W. clerk, 21 Commercial 
Sillem Wm. merchant, 141 Clay 
Silleria M. 1G9 Pacific 
Siloy Adolphe, pawnbroker, 125 Mont 
Silver W J. mattresses, 149 Sacramento, 

h 300 Powell 
Silver W J. fnrniture, 114 Jackson 
" & CO. furniture, 114 Jackson 
Silvermans H D. merchant, 80 Mont 
" L. carman, 20 LiedsdorfF 

Silversmith J. agent, 128 Montgomery 
Silverthorn W H. constable 2d Townshp 
Sylvester L. Stoves, 144 Sacramento 
Silvy A. 123 Montgomery * 
Sim John, com mer, 124 Front 
Simeon Pierre, boarding, 67 Kearny 
Simons A R. painter, 128 California 
Simon Benj. bar, 151 Front 

" Bernhard, dry goods, 123 Mont 
" B. clothier, 108 Commercial 
" J B. auctioneer, 84 Commercial 
" L. drygoods, 160 Clay 
" P. restaurant, 67 Kearny 
" R E. insp cus, Barge Office 
" Samuel, imp dry goods, 123 Mont 
« U. dry goods, 160 Clay 
« Perk ^ CO. bar, 151 Front 
Simons <fc Horracks, painters, 21 Gala 
Simonds Rev S D. Ed C Advocate, 271 
* Powell 
Simonds N. Eastern Exchange, 4 Coml 

" Hendley, Eastrn Ex. 4 Coml 
Simmons J B. merchant, 4 Maynard's 

Row, California 
Simmons L C. com mer, 168 Jackson 
Simms John, machinist, 36 First 

" Richard A. insp cus, Barge Office, 
h 145 Dupont 
Simpson J. grocer, 221 Jackson 
" J C. insp cus, Barge Office 
" T. grocer, 239 Dupont 
Simpton Geo. harbor mastr, Pac n Davis 

Henry, tailor, 172 Clay 
Simson Chas S. asst wharfinger, 26 Sac 

" Robert, attorney, 120 Coml 
Sinclair Samuel, clerk, 124 Coml 

" H M. 106 Sacramento 
Sing Gee, washing, 94 Pacific 
" T. washing, 94 Pacific 



Sinot C F. engineer, 56 Washington 
Sinton R H. broker, 150 Montgomery 
Sirick H T. feed store, 31 LiedsdorfF 

" <fe CO. feed store, 31 Lieddsdorfi" 
Sissa E. saloon, 155 Kearny 
Sherrett N. Cutlery, 137 Commercial 
Skindler Jas. Oriental Hotel 
Skinner L W. saloon, 1 01 California 

'■'■ Mrs. dress maker, 267 Dupont 
Slade Calvin, com mer, 116 Gala 

" &. CO. com mer, 116 Cala 
Sleddon John N. clerk, 129 Mont 
Sleeper E S. Freemont n Harrison 

" F. merchant, Freemt n Harrison 
" F Mrs. physicn, Fremt n Harsn 
" N. merchant, 96 California, bds 

Rassette House 
" Clarke ^- Jackson, auc & com, 
96 California 
Sleney J M. saloon, 136 Montghmery 
Sloan E W F, attorney, 98 Merchant 

" & Rhodes, attorney, 98 Merchant 
Sloane W J. lumber, 39 Battery 
Sloat L W. commisnr & notary public, 

129 Montgomery 
Slocum Benj Hatter, 151 Montgomery 
Slydell G. blacksmith, 116 Front 
Smiley Geo W. clerk, 73 Battery . 
" Jas. lumber, 31 First 
" Jas. govmt contractor, 91 Jack 
" Jas. painter, 167 Dupont 
" Jas. merchant, 345 Powell 
" Jos. E. auctioneer, 71 Battery 
" T J L. auctioneer, 71 Battery 
Smilie E R. druggist, 194 Washington 
" & Gordon, druggists, 194 Wash 
Smith Alex, carpenter, 43 Minna 

" Algernon S. Record'g elk C House 

" A. Mrs. boarding, 293 Kearny 

" Andrew, clerk, 144 Glay 

" B. Tehama House 

" Caroline Mrs. 124 Dupont 

" Chas T. stevedore, 60 Broadway 

" Chas. W. hose maker & plumber, 

116 Front 
" Charles, (col'd) coffee house, 202 

Jackson 
" DC. printer, 186 Montgomery 
" D W. wines ^* liquors, 52 Bat 
" E. auction store, 72 Commercial 
Ebenezer, merchant, 50 Minna 

E. J. attorney, 152 Pacific 
E J. Marshal's clerk, 242 Dupont 

F. merchant, 109 Battery 
F. market, 335 Stockton 
G C. clerk, 61 Battery 



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Smith G M. auc <fc com, 76 California 

" Geo. 96 Jackson 

»' G W. 60 (California 

" H H. produce, 44 Clay 

" Jas. butcher, 230 Clay 

« Jas. agent, 76 First 

" Jas. pile driver, 96 Front 

" Jas. Mrs. washing, 76 First 

" Jas. C. atty at law, 152 Mont 

" J C. (col'd) hair cutter, 162 Mont 

" J G. hatter, 151 Montgomery 

" J F. auctioneer, h 121 Dupont 

" J T. porter, 111 Front 

" J W. bar, 155 Kearny 

" John A. baker, 219 Pacific 

" John, seaman, 9 Liedsdorff 

" John, cnrpenter. Wash n Powell 

" John, ship master, 3 Commercial 

" J O. (col'd) barber, 162 Mont 

« Jos. laborer, 17 Melius 

" Jos. Mrs. washing, 17 Melius 

" J Triplett, insp cus. Barge Office 

" Laura Mrs. boarding, 180 Mission 

" Levy, porter-house, 116 Front 

" Lawrence, porter, C H, 197 Wash 

" M D. baker, Beale n Folsom 

" MS. clerk, 94 California 

." Mighill, porter-honse, 93 Sans 

" Napoleon, merchant, 84 Clay 

" P. clerk, 183 Sansome 

" Peter, boarding, 41 Sansome 

" Peter, fish stalls 22 N W Market 

" Randall, book-keeper Bk Ex, 162 

Montgomery 

" R, L. iron merchant. 48 Sansome 

" R L. land agent, 6 Pike 

" Samuel A. teachr dancing, 30 Cal 

« Samuel M. clerk, 120 Clay 

" Sherman P. blacksmith, 298 Dupt 

" Sidney V. attorney, 131 Mont 

" Stephen, produce, 94 Front 

'• Stewart, shipping mer, 45 Cala 

" S G. merchant, 61 Battery 

" T E. clerk, 162 Clay 

" Thos. carpenter, 43 Minna 

" Thos G. blacksmtih, 298 Dupont 

" Thos L. banker, 141 Montgomery 

" Wm. blacksmith, 69 Front 

•' Wm. atty at law, 150 Mont 

" Wm. Custom House 

" W C K. 153 Commercial 

" W H. 153 Commercial 

" W H. confectioner, 340 Stockton 

" W H. market, 27 Drum and 12 
Sacramento 



Smith W Oscar, Bank Ex, 162 Mont 
" W R. carriage maker, 91 Kearny 
" <fe CO. pile drivers, 96 Front 
" & CO. produce. Market wharf 
" <fc Brackett, market, 12 Sac 
" & Porter, eating-house, 93 Sans 
" & Whelan, attys at law, 1 52 Mont 
" & Wright, produce, 94 Front 
" Bros ^ CO. merchants, 105 Cala 
" Lougee & co. merchants, 109 Bat 
" Gowers ^ Neefus, coppersmiths, 

116 Front 
" Wilson & Dwindle, lawyers, 90 
Merchant 
Smithy Jas. engineer, 162 Montgomery 
Smyley J W. insp cus, Barge Office 
Smythe M. Tehama House 
Smyth Wm. grocer, 143 Front 

" & Bromley, grocers, 143 Front 
Smulling Wm. Franklin Hotel, 80 Sans 
Snell Geo W. druggist, 125 Sansome 
Snelling W W. merchant, 50 California 
Snook Chas W. carpenter, r 174 Wash 
" Edward, tinman, 141 Mont 
" G. stove dealer, 141 Washington 
" Robt. bar, 33 Pacific 
" W. stove dealer, 141 Washington 
Snook Geo &. Wm. manufacturers and 
retail dealers m stoves, tin, sheet-met- 
als, lead pipe, parlor grates, 6cc. 141 
Washington 
Snow Joshua, ship master, 199 Powell 
Snow Samuel, milk man, 334 Powell 
" S A. upholsterer, 140 Kearny 
" Willard, baths, 57 Sansome 
Snyder Henry M. tinman, 102 Mont 
" T. butcher, 311 Stockton 
" a. 229 Ciay 
" W F. reporter, 210 Wash 
" «fc Hatheway, tinman, 102 Mont 
Sochlke T. cigars. 155 Montgomery 
Soda Water Manufactory, Val'jo n Stock 
Sola De E. merchant, 127 California 
Solari A. saloon, 220 Pacific 
Soloman L. tinman, 139 Keamy 
Solomon Israel, dry goods, 197 Pacific 
" John, fancy goods, 219 Dupont 
Soltmann F. blacksmith. 243 Dupont 
Somers Jas. drayman, 82 California 
Somerset Wm. carplnter, 31 Pike 
Soudry E. grocer, 90 Kearny 

" J G. mercliant, Jones c Grnwich 
Sonntag J H. merchant, h 379 Powell 

" Richard, merchant, h 379 Powl 
Soudry E. grocer, 90 Kearny 



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" J G. merchant, Jones c Grnwich 
Soule Samuel, lumber, 32 I3attery 
" &. Page, linnber, 32 Battery 
Southgate J J. com mer. 31 Pacific 
South worth A. laborer, 319 Dupont 
Southworth A B. merchant, 128 Gala 
South worth J A. builder, 221 Stockton 
Spademan W H. clerk, 82 California 
Sparrow John, saloon, 39 Pacific 
Spatz B. importers, 132 California 

" &. Newhouse, importers, 132 Gala 
Spear Ed. merchant, 245 Washington 
" E L. liquors, 96 California 
" Jas. carriage painter, 100 Cala 
" T G. printer, Coml c Liedsdoi-fF 
Speckels Wm. clerk, 148 Montgomery 
Speer Wm. Rev. missionary to China in 

California, h Montgomery c Bush 
Spence John F. Hawaian Consul, 137 

Montgomery 
Spence Patrick, Franklin Hotel 
Spencer Geo W. painter, 109 Mont 
" J G. trader, 226 Powell 
" Mrs J G. dress-maker, 226 Powl 
Speyer Morris, importer, 131 Sansome 
Spillen Wm. laborer. 26 First 
Spinetto Angelo, trader, Dupt n Union 
" Antony, trader, Dupt n Union 
Spinney jr Joseph, ship'g office, 26 Drum 
Spooner J H. painter, 334 Powell 
Sprague C T. insp cus, Barge Office 
" Geo. drayman, 36 First 
" Wm. police officer, 244 Dupont 
Spring C. com mer, Market wharf 

" J H. merchant, 137 Front 
Spring Valley liaundry, 126 Clay 
Sproule Jas H. clerk, USB Warehouse 
St Cyr Madam De, dress maker, Sac n 
Stockton 
Dennis ] 
n Stockton 
St Francis Hotel, Clay c Dupont 
St Francis Hook <fc Ladder Co. truck 

house, Dupont n Sacramento 
St Germain E. watch maker, 107 Coml 
St Loskey Samuel, imp cigars, 170 Mont 
" Levy t5* CO. imp cigars, 170 
Montgomery 
St Marina E J De clerk, 179 Clay 
Stackpole J S. physician, 139 Jackson 
Staen Harris, barber, 42 Commercial 
Standish E. lumber. 18 Battery 
Stanley S. clerk, 41 Davis 
Stanton C H. com mer, 103 Battery 
Staples E A. produce, 94 Jackson 
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Starkweather N B. com mer, 104 Bat 
" McClenachen & co. com 

mer, 104 Battery 
StaiT F R. grocer. 51 Pacific 

" T. carpenter, 61 First 

" <fc Hamilton, daguerrean rooms, 
Clay above Montgomery 
Steadman Wm. watchmaker, 174 Clay 

'• t}' White, wtch mkrs, 174 Clay 
Steamer New Orleans, office 30 Sac 
Stearns A W. book-keeper, 58 California 

h 12S Broadway 
Stearns J Hascall, clerk, 139 Mont 
Stebbins W P C. builder, 153 Stockton 
Steeb Edward, optical c^ mathematical 

instrument maker, 119 Montgomery 
Steeb Schmolz, optical cf* mathematical 

instrument makers, 119 Montgomery 
Steele Henry, ship and blacksmith, 63 

Halleck 
Steele S B. butcher, 311 Stockton 
Steen Ed T. Vulcan Foundry, 69 First 
Steere Geo S. produce, 88 Front 

" «fc Hathaway, produce, 88 Front 
Steffe Jacob, striker, Folsom c Beale 
Stiffens Adolph, importer, 91 Wash 
Steffens A. merchant, 116 Battery 
Steiger C R. moulder, 69 First 
Stein H W. tailor, 181 Washington 

" <fc CO, merchant tailor, 181 Wash 
Steinbec A. blind manuf, Val'jo ab Powl 
Steinherd S. clerk, 69 Sansome 
Steller D P. machinist. Market n First 
Stelling C N. cooper, 120 Jackson 

" c'^^ Winzel, coopers, 120 Jackson 
Stemper M. clerk, 191 Clay 
Stephens J P. merchant, 51 Liedsdorff 

" (fe Bancroft, mchts, 51 LiedsdfF 
Stephenson R M. clothing, 195 Clay, h 

266 Powell 
Sterling A P. imp elk naval officer, C H 

'• John, Cus House 

" J F. clearance clerk naval offi- 
cer, 197 Washington 

•' J W. importer, 120 Sansome 

" Josiah, porter, 63 Battery 
Steam Marcus, saddler, 114 Kearny 
Stetinius J A. insp customs. Barge Office 

" Saml insp custms. Barge Office 
Stevens G B. auctioneer, 24 Sacramento 

•' Henry, druggist, 90 Pacific 

" N. printer, 127 Sacramento 

" R J. wharfinger, 26 Sacramento 

" Wm H. com mer, 110 Battery 

" Walker &. CO com mer, 110 Bat 



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Stevenson J D. attorney, 171 Clay 
" J. com mer, (35 Jackson 
" J D. land com agt, 154 Stock 
" R M. gents' furnishing store, 

164 Kearny 
" S C. butcher, Beale n Folsom 
" ^ CO. com mer, 65 Jackson 
Steward Jas. 229 Clay 
Stewart Chas A. ship master, 90 Pacific 
" F. Tehama House 
*• H. public house, 71 First 
" Jas. engineer str Jack Hays 
" Jas. blacksmith, Folsom c Beale 
" Wm. (coPd) waiter, 172 Clay 
" W. waiter, 85 Sansome 
Stiles A G- Battery c Clay 
Still J H. bookseller, Brenham Place 
Stillman Jas W. 179 Dupont 
Stillmore J S L. Tehama House 
Stilwell G W. merchant, 67 Cala 
Stocker Jas. T. Vallejo ab Powell 
Stock well ^ CO. A W. bookslrs, 92 Coml 
Stoddard J. painter, 127 Sacramento 
" E H. druggist, 2 First 
" & CO. druggists, 2 First 
Stone E L. com mer, 102 Battery 
" E F. book-keeper, 90 Pine 
" Josiah, miner, 334 Powell 
" J M. Tehama House 
" N B. merchant. Mission c Second 
" Sherold, com mer, 177 Stockton 
Storm Adriance, broker, 88 Jackson 
Story C R. druggist. 125 Sansome, h 266 

Powell 
Story Wm F. ship chandler, 89 Front 
" & Adrain, ship chandlers, 89 Front 
" Reddington & co. drugs, 125 Sans 
Stott Alex, lamps & burning fluid, 166 

Montgomery 
Stott Chas. lamps & burning fluid, 166 

Montgomery 
Stott, Taylor &. co. lamps & burning 

fluid, 166 Montgomery 
Stout Arthur B. physician, 240 Wash 
" John H. clothing, 132 Clay 
" Jacob N. merchant, 100 Kearny 
" & McKee, clothing, 132 Clay 
Stovewell Wm. laborer, 90 Pacific 
Stowell W H. merchant, 58 Front, house 
Kearny n Greene 
" W W. laborer, 76 Pacific 
Stoutenburgh Wm E. com mer, h 5 B'way 
Stoutenburg &. co Wm E. importers and 

commiss merchants, 152 Battery 
Strahle Jacob, billiard table maker, 272 
Dupont 



Stratton R J. merchant, 152 Pacific 
Strauss S. dry goods, 266 Dupont 

" & CO, dry goods, '266 Dupont 
Straw Linden, dentist, 90 Pine 
Street commissioner's office, City Hall 
Strobel Peter, 59 Sacramento 
Strobridge J M. auctioneer, 85 Coml 

" & Blake, auct, 85 Coml 
Strode C B. attorney, 98 Merchant 
Strong E Y. printer, 152 Clay 

" John, baker, Beale n Folsome 
Strybing C H. grocer, 35 Montgomery 
Stryker Wm H. 51 Davis 
Stuart Alex, ship carpenter, 36 First 
" J F. merchant, 129 Jackson 
" Jas. ship chandler, 58 Coml 
" Thos. butcher, 182 Mission 
" & Gardner, ship chandlrs, 58 Coml I 
Stubbs C S. pattern maker, 69 First 
Stuffin H J. Rassette house 
Stump Joseph, painter, 384 Dupont 
Sturche Chas. cabinet maker, 286 Dupt 
" & Trammel, cabinet, makers, 286 
Dupont 
Sturdivant R 0. bookkeeper, cust house 
Suckert L. physician, 178 California 
Sudholter, Henry, carpenter. 111 Kearny 
Sullivan Chas. laborer, 71 Battery 
" D. architect, 155 Pine 
" EL. merchant, 167 Wash 
" James, Rassette house 
" J P. Bella Union, 198 Wash 
" Jerry \V. new P Office Arcade 
" M A. insp cus, barge office 
Summers Harriet, Filbert above Stock 
Sunders G. bookkeeper, 179 Clay 
Sumner Geo W. 119 Sansome 
Surie C E. com mer, 48 Front 

" & CO, com merchants, 48 Front 
Sutter Saml, machinist, cor Fol and Beale 
Suttle H 0. Rassette house 
Sutton J. saloon, 101-103 Sansome 
" OP. merchant, 128 Broadway i 
" Wm. porter house. 111 Front 
" & Smith, porter house, 111 Frontt 
Sutherland & Carr, attomejs, 123 Mont 
" & Wells, attorneys, 159 Clay 
Suwerkrop E A. Danish Consul, 85 Cala 
Swain C F. passage office despatch fine, 

57 Front 
Swain R A. merchant, 64 Sansome 

" & CO, merchants, 64 Sansome 
Swan G V. mason, 11 Leidsdorflf 
" Lyman, merchant, 50 California 



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Swan W A. blacksmith, 43 Webb 

" Jas G. clerk, 89 Front 
Swann J G. cook, 89 Sansome 
Swasey Chas S. clerk, 65 Jackson 
Swasj G A. shipmaster, 343 Dupont 
Swearingen A S. Coml Ex. 170 Coml 
Sweeden Ed. bricklayer, 306 Pacific 
Sweeney Danl, police officer, 244 Dupont 
" Danl. Mer Exchange, 123 Sac 
" Thos. clerk, 35 Commercial 
" & Baugh, Mer Exchge, 123 Sac 
Swenssen C. lodgings, 16 Commercial 
Sweet W. printer, 76 Pacific 
Sweetland Mrs Jane, 8 Melius 
Sweetser A C. Tehama house 
" E. com mer, 62 Front 

" & Hutchings, com mer, 62 Front 
Swift J M. com mer, Davis cor Washing- 
ton, h 278 Clay 
" & Dewey, com mer, Davis c Wash 
Synagogue Emanuel, 86 Keai-ny . 
Symonds Mary Anne, boarding, 230 Stock 
Symons Danl. accountant, 104 Front 

" Saml. clerk, 14 Commercial 
Sylva Mannel, laborer, 290 Pacific 



Taaffe Wm. imp dry goods, 65 Front 
Taaffe <f McCahill, importers, 65 Front 
Tafi't Dexter, imp and gen mer, 103 Bat 
Tafft cj- Edwards, imp liquors, 103 Bat 
Taggs Geo. laborer. Market n First 
Tagliabue T. mathematical instrument 

maker, Commercial cor Front 
Talbert J. carpenter, 152 Pacific 
Talbot J W. Rassette house 
Talcot H W. policeman, 244 Dupont 
Taliaferro A W. physician, 197 Clay 
Taliant D J. banker, Mont cor Clay 
Tallant & Wilde, bankers, Mont cor Clay 
Tallman W C. bookkeeper, 49 Cala 
Talmage W H. merchant, 88 CaUfornia, 

house 252 Powell 
Tams Washington, produce, 132 Front 
Tarns jr Sampson, prod k com, 132 Front 
Tan Mrs C. bar, 117 Front 
Tandler & co Wm. dry goods, 42 Leids 
Tapiey John, 9 Mission 
Tappan C W. auct and com, 88 Cala 
Tarbuck Robt, drayman. Pine n Mont 
Tarnee J M. laundry, 327 Dupont 
Tasker Thos. machinist, Folsome c Beale 



Tate Jas. com mer, 108 Front 
Tate & Murray, com mer, 108 Front 
Taun Chas. blacksmith, 53 Sansome 
Taussig Wm. imp leather goods, 95 Sans 
Taussig, Pollock cf- co, importers, 95 Sans 
Tavel F A. wood yard, 217 Stockton 
Tay Geo. 52 Front 
Tay H. com mer, 81 Front 
Tayloe .1 R. insp cus, barge office 
Taylor Aug C. stoves, 208 Montgomery 
Taylor B. carpenter, 105 Kearny 
Taylor Chas. merchant, 90 Pine 
Taylor Chauncey, bookkeeper, 109 Cala 
Taylor Chauncey, clerk, 120 Kearny 
Taylor C L. sash maker, 132 Dupont 
Taylor Eliza, saloon, 211 Dupont 
Taylor Ellen, saloon, 136 California 
Taylor H W. caulker, Beale, Rincon point 
Taylor John, glassware, 187 Mont 
Taylor John, clerk, 90 California 
Taylor John F. shipsmith, 20 First 
Taylor Knowles, laborer, U S apprais offi 
Taylor N T. fruit dealer, 117 Coml 
Taylor Waldo, hatter, 157 Commercial 
Tajlor Wfti. agent, 3 Commercial 
Taylor Wm H. lamps, 166 Montgomery 
Taylor & co C L. sash makers, 132 Dupt 
Taylor and Gordon, stoves, 208 Mont 
Taylor & Wescott, shipsmiths, 20 First 
Teal Lewis, tax collector. City Hall 
Teal & CO, merchants, 51 Washington 
Teclaw F T. drugs, 105 Sansome 
Teese Lewis, merchant, 174' Sansome 
Tehama hotel, 106-108 Sansome 
TempskyGustavus, merchant, 167 Jack 
Temperance house (California) 229 Clay 
Tennent Thos. mathematical instrument 

maker, charts, nautical works, etc, etc, 

corner of Long wharf and Front street 
Tenney J C. laborer, 36 Front 
Teschemacher H F. 104 Montgomery 
Teschemacher S E. clerk U S appraiser's 

office cor Sansome and California 
Tetlow Saml, saloon, 169 Commercial 
Tewksbury J M. physician, 132 Kearny 
Thackston Chas A. com mer, 61 Battery 
Thackston A. Tehama house 
Thane Jas. merchant, 269 Jackson 
Tharp E H. coal merchant, foot Jackson 
Thaw John, insp cus, 197 Washington 
Thayer Benj B. druggist, 127 Mont 
Thayer E D. jewelry and fancy goods, 106 

Sacramento 
Thayer R H. insp U S appraiser's office 

100 CaUfornia 



THA 



98 



TOM 



clerk, 233 Washington 



Thayer & Little, druggists, 127 Mont 
Thehaud E. shipping office, 2 Coml 
Thepat Jean, drayman, 52 Kearny 
Thibault F J. wines and liquors, 186 Mont 
Thielebein A. painter, 233 Dupont 
Thirion Geo. bootmaker, 217 Wash 
Thoman Jacob, comedian, Adelphi Thea- 
tre, Dupont street 
Thomas Clias G. insp cus, barge office 
Thomas Edwin, saloon, 134 Kearny 
Thomas E. engineer, 90 Commercial 
Thomas G. laborer, 26 First 
Thomas Hipplyte, imp liquors, 111 Sac 
Thomas Jss B. merchant, 145 Front 
Thomas Joseph, cabinet maker, 7 Pike 
Thomas L H. attorney, 98 Merchant 
Thomas L. Tehama house 
Thomas H. attorney, 99 Merchant 
Thomas, Bonneron & co, imp hqr. 111 Sac 
Thompson A. com mer, 119 Commercial 
Thompson Andrew, fish, game and poultry 

21 Pacific market 
Thompson Chas 
Thompson D W. 242 Dupont 
Thompson Geo. sailmaker, 21 Coml 
Thompson Geo. bowling saloon, 159 Coml 
Thompson Geo. seaman, Powell n Pacific 
Thompson Henry, brickmaker, 319 Dupt 
Thompson H B, clerk, 184 Montgomery 
Thompson Jas. feed store, 115 Sansome 
Thompson J. wagon maker, 105 Kearny 
Thompson Jas A. bar, 207 Kearny 
Thompsim Jas F. boarding. 42 Coml 
Thompson Jas P. 104 Montgomery 
Thompson John, blacksmith, 53 First 
Thompson John, boarding, 14 Sacramento 
Thompson J S. clerk, 119 Commercial 
Thompson Lewis, (colored) boarding, 

188 Pacific 
Thompson W. Neely lumber, 22 Battery 
Thompson Robt. proprietor, 222 Powell 
Thompson S. iron and steel, 155 Sansome 
Thompson S. fish dealer, 115 Coml 
Thompson S T. trader, 123 Montgomery 
Thompson Wildes T. 21 First 
Thompson Wm. cor Folsome and Beale 
Thompson jr Wm. 217 Commercial 
Thompson & Ford, boarding, 14 Sac 
Thompson & Fountain, feed store, 

Sansome 
Thorn W P. Franklin house 
Thorndike J K. agent, 302 Stockton 
Thorp Theodore, Vallejo n Dupont 
ThraU H IL dentist, 205 Clay 



115 



Throckmorton S P. Tehama hotel 
Thurber J L A. grocer, 190 Montgomery 
Thurber J A. merchant, 105 Jackson 
Thurston J W. grocer, 272 Jackson 
Thurston T J. grocer, 272 Jackson 
Thutium Jacob, baker, Vallejo n Stock 
Tibbits S M. M D. 164 Montgomery 
Tibbey E S. messenger, Page, Bacon & 

CO, 97 Montgomery 
Tice & White, merchant, 92 Montgomery 
Tichenor T S. auctioneer, 63 Sacramen 

to, house 181 Stockton 
Tichenor, S W. auctioneer, 65 Sac 
Tierney Thos. cooper, 37 Leidsdorff 
Tile B A. laundry, 223 Pacific 
Til eston W M. leather, 96 Sansome 
Tilghman B. (colored) baker, 98 Coml 
Tillman F. blacksmith, 186 Sansome 
Tillman John, jeweler, 243 Washington 
Tillman Mrs J. dressmaker, 243 Wash 
Tillman W N. painter, 229 Clay 
Tillinghurst Wm. clerk, 159 Stockton 
Tilton Henry L. clerk, 95 Battery 
Times & Transcript office, 152 Clay 
Timmons S W. clerk, 116 Sansome 
Tingley Wm. billiard saloon, 152 Mont 
Tissott L C. importer, 172 Montgomery 
Tissott Paul, 133 Sacramento 
Titcomb A H. 62 Front 
Titcomb J H. bookkeeper, 34 Minna 
Titus John, butcher, 90 Pacific 
Titus T W. house cleaner, 260 Clay 
Tittell A. bricklayer, 51 Kearny 
Tittel E. painter, 51 Kearny 
Tittle E. mason, 109 Pacific 
Tittle F G. mason, 109 Pacific 
Tobias A 1. 122 Mont and 118 Sac 
Tobias & co, 118 Sacramento 
Tobin E G. joiner, Washington n Stock 
Tobin Jas. auction and commission of Chi- • 

nese goods. 111 Commercial 
Tobin & Duncan, auct Chmese goods, 111 

Commercial 
Todd Alvin, wines and liquors, 10 First 
Todd's Express office, 114 Montgomery 
Todd John, hotel, 112 Montgomery 
Todd C M. merchant, 58 Front 
Todd, Murphy & co, hotel, 112 Mont 
Toland H H. hardware, 90 California 
Toland H H. physician, 153 Mont 
Toland cj- Hart, hardware, 90 Gala 
Tom M. drayman, 90 Pine 
Tomich A J. fruit store, 165 Commercial 
Tonilin L. carpenter, Fremt n Harrison 



TOM 



99 



UMB 



Tomkins E B. clerk, 168 Montgomery 
Thornpkins Jas, drayman, 80 Pine 
Thompkins I. public house, 80 Pine 
Tompkins P W. Rassctte House 
Tompkins T B. butcher, 285 Pacific 
Toomer P. painter, 131 Kearny 
Toomey D. blacksmith, 53 First 
Toomy H. coppersmith, 110 Battery 
Toomy Henry, merchant, 123 Sansome 
Tonge Thomas, white-washer, 107 Kear 
Tongsan, Chinese store, 184 Sac 
Tongsing, washing, 174 Sacramento 
Topping A. clerk, 131 Montgomery 
Tordion H L. bar, 227 Pacific 
Torry E. com mer, 35 Battery 
Torry E N. carpenter, 136 Dupont 
Torry Niles, carpenter, 27 Sansome 
Torry Wm. carpenter, 27 Sansome 
Torry & Blanchard, com mer, 35 Bat 
Totten E J. boot & shoes, 134 Front 
Touchard G. clerk, 176 Montgomery 
Touchard Madam, Mansion House, 157 

Dupont 
Tower Chas. boiler maker, 61 First 
Townsend B E. lumber, Battery c Bush 
Townsend J B. atty at law, 118 Mont 
Townsend J S S. merchant, 71 Jackson 
Townsend M D. clerk, 229 Clay 
Townsend ^* Flint, lumber. Bat c Bush 
Toy Chas F. clothier, 23 Commercial 
Toy Danl, 169 Mission 
Toy Danl, clothier, 23 Commercial 
Toy, Danl &, Son, clothier, 23 Coml 
Tracy Fred'k P. atty at law, 159 Clay 
Tracy J F. store yard, 121 Pine 
Tracy P. shoe maker, 119 Clay 
TracyjWm N. builder, 323 Stockton 
Tranor Jas. police officer, 338 Dupont 
Trapet P. confectionej, 313 Dupont 
Travellers' Home, 60 First 
Travers E W. stock broker, 1 1 Sac 
Travis Geo. Rassette House 
Tread well J P. attorney, 118 Mont 
Tread well L L. com mer, 56 Battery and 

78 California 
Treadwell & co. com mer, Gala c Bat 
Treasurer S M Hospital, 92 Jackson 
Trench Joseph, architect, 141 Wash 
Trenner Miss, milliner, ()5 Mont 
Trenis Jean, washing, 327 Dupont; 
Trevor F. physician, 54 Broadway 
Trias Gamona, 292 Stockton 
Triest M. ostler, 115 Kearny 
Trille S. grocer, 312 Dupont 
Trimbles J. physician, 162 Montgomery 



Trinity Church Episcopal, 126 Pine 
Tripp S G. gunsmith, 147 Washington 
Trouette H. physician, 45 Sansome 
Troup Wm. engineer, 49 First 
Trowbridge Geo. wooden ware, 137 Sans 
Trowbridge c5* Seymour, wooden ware, 

137 Sansome 
Truchot Thos blacksmith, 215 Jackson 
Truesdale S V. saloon, 148 Commercial 
Tructt H B. grocer, 60 Front 
Truett M F. grocer, 6 ' Front 
Truett& Truett, grocers, 60 Front 
Trummel A. cabinet maker, 286 Dupont 
Tucker jr Chas. dlrin coffee, 243 Pacific 
Tucker G L. merchant, 44 Bush 
Tucker J T. importer and dealer in fine 
watches and jewelry, diamond and 
silver ware, &.C., 125 Montgomery 
Tubbs A L. ship chandler, 49 Pacific 
Tung Gik, laundry, 291 Dupont 
Tung Sing, washing, 74 Pacific 
Tunnock Wm. liquors, 120 Pacific 
Turk Frank, atty at law, 137 Mont 
Turnbull John W. physician, 176 Mont 
TurnbuU Wm. com mer, 85 Front 
Turnbull 4* W\alton, com mer, 85 Front 
Turner D S. auctioneer. Bat c Halleck 
Turner G. carpenter, 59 Pine 
Turner Jas. seaman, 90 Pacific 
Turner R B. merchant, 102 Battery 
Turner T V. ostler, 115 Kearny 
Turner W B. Todd's Express, 114 Mont 
Turner V. Cus House, h 183 Dupont 
Tuska M. furnishing store, 191 (^lay 
Tusselman J M. clerk, 92 Commercial 
Tutein Francis, bar, 188 Pacific 
Tuttle C. mason, 101 Kearny 
Tuttle C S. merchant, 71 Jackson 
Tuttle Jas C. Orleans Hotel, 179 Pacific 
Tuttle R M. machinist, 76 Pacific 
Tuttle 4- Laurence, merchants, 71 Jack 
Tyson W. Pioneer Club House 
Tyler F L. painter, 11 Liedsdorff 



Udell T. Magnolia, 162 Kearny 
Uleroj David, 73 Commercial 
Ullman M. cigars, 96 Commercial 
Ullman Morriss, California Exchange 
Ulmer S H. dry goods, 60 Leidsdorff 
Ulmer, Fiegenbaum & co, 6-3 Leidsdorfif 
Ulrek J B. Tehama hotel 
Ulrich Thos. blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Umber John, hotel, 181 Pacific 



UND 



100 



VER 



Underbill Jacob, hardware, 58 Sansohie 
Underbill M P. carman, 61 Montgomerj 
Ungar Leopold, 68 Montgomerj 
Unger A. clothing, 121 Sacramento 
Unger H. merchant, 82 Bush 
Ungerford Wm. musician, 59 Kearny 
Union Foundry, First n Mission 
Union House, 12 First 
Union Hotel, Kearny cor Merchant 
U S District Court room, 89 Merchant 
Upbam G T. merchant. 51 California 
Upbara Jas P. boarding, 57 Sansome 
Upbam & McNab, boarding, 57 Sansome 
Upton Eugene, printer, 159 Montgomery 

bouse 169 Stockton 
Urban Geo. ship carpenter, 9 Melius 
Urie J S. pilot. Bay hotel, Cunghm's whf 
Ustick W L. clerk, 137 Cabfornia 



Vaccrel Louis, fish, 19 N. World market 
Vaenberg E H. jeweler, 121 Kearny 
Vaiden Thos J. physician, Rassette house 
Vail D 0. clerk, 133 Front 
Vail D P. capt steamer Confidence 
Vail Edward, grain dealer, 83 Wash 
Vail & Lawson, metal roofers, 33 Leids 
Vaill Jos F. roofer, 33 Leidesdorff 
Vaillant J. wines and liquors, 97 Mercht 
Vaillant & Brasseur, wines and bquors, 

97 Merchant 
Valentine Jas. tailor, 51 Montgomery 
Valentine T B. printer, 159 jMont 
Valey Henri, drayman, 52 Kearny 
Valey Mad H. 52 Kearny 
Van Allen WmK. merchant, 86 Jackson 
Van Allen W R. Tehama hotel 
Van Antwerp, drayman, 144 Montg 
Van Bergen John, merchant, 138 Wash 
Van Bever Pierre, grocer, 219 Wash 
Van Bokkelen J B. Ashland saloon, 82 
Van Brunt R N. cor Wash and Powell 
Van Buren, trader, 224 Stockton 
Van Buren T B. lawyer, 90 Merchant 
Vance Jas. express wagon, 141 Mont 
Vance Thos. Mechanics' home, 26 First 
Van Court D W. steam mills. Mkt n First 
Van Court John, carriage trimmer, Mar- 
ket n First 
Van Crombrugghe Alfred, 203 Stockton 
Vandenberghe Peter tailor, 17 Coml 
Vandenbos Therese, Wash n Powell 
Vanderbooft J G. sailmaker, 7 Sac 



Vanderhooft & co, sailmakers, 7 Sac 
Vandermersche Lewis, syrup manufactory 

102 Merchant 
Vandermersche & Bilant, syrup manufac- 
tory, 102 Merchant 
Vandeusen P M. tailor, 250 Kearny 
Vandewater John, merchant, 321 Stock 
Vandewater John, builder, 137 California 
Vandewater R J. ofiice, 51 Davis 
Van Doren W J. storage, 17 California 
j Van Doren & co, storage, 17 California 
Van Dusen Mathew, ship builder, Rin pt 
Van Dyke Jas. coppersmith, 116 Front 
Van Dyke John, bookkeeper, 139 Sans 
Van Halle Cornelius, grain and flour, 110 

Kearny 
Van Holstein Joseph, stone cutter, Kear- 
ney n toll gate 
Van Landt J W. city physician, 206 Pac 
Van Loan M D. clerk U S apprais office 
Vanners J P. boarding bouse, 211 Mont 
Van Ness H. pilot, 16 Sacramento 
Vano Louisa, 298 Stockton 
Vanodek John, lighterman, Rincon point 
Van Pelt D. 204 Stockton 
Van Pelt John, capt steamer Antelope 
Van Pelt Chas. capt steamer Antelope 
Van Reed Henry, broker, 113 Sac 
Van Reed Jas H. broker, 113 Sac 
Van Reed & Bros, brokers, 113 Sac 
Van Riper H. machinist, Market square 
Van Shaic C M. Union hotel 
Van Stratton J H. clothier, 81 Coml 
Van Vegten Geo. 210 Washington 
Van Zandt, city physician, City Hall, of- 
fice 206 Pacific 
Varney Thos. auctioneer, 102 Coml 
Varney ^ co, auctioneers, 102 Coml 
Vassault F. com mer, 174 Mont 
Vassault F. agent, cor Pacific and Front 
Vasserot, Merle, Beroit, boots, 240 Dupt 
Vedder Peter, printer, 90 Pacific 
Venard G. wholesale dealer in ground cof- 
fee, 50 Kearny 
Venard & Margand, gmd coffee, 50 Kear 
Venjerhoets J C. cabinet mkr, 293 Stock 
Vennigerholz J G. family grcr, 146 Kear 
Verdier Emile, fancy goods, 152 Kearny 
Verdier Bel. fancy goods, 152 Kearny 
Verdier & Bros, fancy goods, 152 Kear 
Verdrono W H. Tehama hotel 
Ver Mehr Rev PL. cor Pow and Jack 
Verplanck jr Philip, merchant, 126 Coml 
Verplanck ^ McMullen, mere, 126 Coml 



VIB 



101 



WAS 



Vibbard P C. livery stable, 19 Battery 
Victor F. workman, 313 Dupont 
Vierville Emile C. trader, 408 Stockton 
Vigilant Fire company, 809 Stockton 
Vigne E. proprietor, 408 Stockton 
Vignes A. Hotel de Paris, 4 Sacramento 
Vignola Joseph, Mexican goods, 51 Sac 
Vignon E. merchant, 313 Powell 
Viner J H. merchant, 313 Powell 
Vigoureaux Augustus, shipmastr, 90 Pine 
Vilmin Joseph, baker, 52 Kearny 
Vinton W M. boots and shoes, 44 Coml 
Vinton & co, boots and shoes, 44 Coml 
Virgin Geo. shipping office, 11 Coml 
Vischer Ed. 107 Montgomery 
Von Ahn T A. laundry 394 Powell 
Von Hadeln J. grocer, 359 Powell 
Volkart John, cooper, 12 Leidesdorff 
Vender MadeinH. merchant, 12 Melius 
Von Hadeln John, Vallejo n Powell 
Von Lengerke H F. com mer, 30 Battery 
Voorman Henry, grocer, 221 Jackson 
Voorman <f co, grocers, 221 Jackson 
Vorhes John, blacksmith, 129 Clay 
Vosburgh S. steward, 78 Pacific 
Vulcan Foundry, 59 First 
Vrance & co H. importers and dealers in 
broadcloth, 176 Montgomery 



Waber G. boots, 168 Clay 
Waddington A. grocer, 313 Dupont 
Wade John, liquors, 17 Sacramento 
John E. baker, 356 Powell 
O K. provisions. Battery n Jack 
Simon H. painter, 145 Sansome 
Wm W. hatter, 102 Sansome 
& Lumley, liquors, 17 Sac 
& Hall, hatters, 102 Sansome 
Wadie J. upholsterer, 152 Sansome 
Wads worth H W. clerk, 159 Clay 
" J C L. attorney, 90 Mont 

" Wm R. mdze brkr, 129 Sans 

" &. Ravesies, mdze brokers, 

129 Sansome 
Wainwright J E. county elk. City Hall 
Wair Andrew, carpenter, 279 Pacific • 
Wakeman A O. Halleck c Liedesdorff 

" P O. Rassette House 
Wakelce C H. manager Mer Exchange, 

123 Sacramento 
Walderees Carl, saloon, 230 Pacific 
Wales Jona,imp boots 4* shoes, 174 Sans 
Walker Albert, watches, 92 Coml 



•" Asa, attorney, 39 Minna 
" Geo. laborer, 17 California 
" John, butcher, 5 Coml, 32 Sac • 
" John, produce, Clark's Point 
" . ^Solomon, (col'd) renovator, 173 

Washington 
" W. com mer, 110 Battery 
" Wm. cook, 319 Dupont 
" Wm. brick layer, 306 Pacific 
" W C. insp cus. Barge Office 
Wall C A. fruit, 90 Commercial 

" Peter, policeman, 244 Dupont 
Wallace Mrs. proprietress, 210 Jackson 
" Patrick, 260 Clay 
« R B. Franklin Hotel 
" Wm A. porter, 116 California 
Waller R H. attorney. 90 Merchant 
" Wm. washing, 380 Stockton 
" 4* Dodge, attorneys, 90 Mercht 
Walhs J S. city Baths, 145 Coml 
Wain jr Wm. clerk, Cus House 
Walsh John, Rassette House 
" Jas B. Rassette House 
Walter Fred'k K. brewer, Val'joab Stock 
" GeoF. clothing, HI Mont 
" & Isaacs, clothing, 111 Mont 
Walton Wm F. com mer, Front c Clay 
Walz Benj. painter, 131 Kearny 
Wambold D M. clerk, 1 08 Merchant 
Wando Burgess, clerk, 87 Washington 
Warbus T A. 245 Sacramento 
Ward Frank, pub store kpr, Cus House 
" Jas G. storage, Market wharf 
" Philips, carpenter, Dupont n Cala 
" Samuel, Franklin Hotel 
" Samuel H. U S Assayer, 142 Coml 
" Thos. laborer, Market wharf 
Warden h. machinist, 20 Melius 

" L S. agricult imp mkr, 24 First 
Wardle Thos. clerk, 326 Powell 
Wardlinger Chas. clerk. 174 Clay 
Ward well A. notary public, 120 Mont 
" AM. book-keeper, 50 Cala 
" E T. baker, 82 Pacific 
" C O. merchant, .50 Cala 
" &. CO. com mer, .50 Cala 
Warner Abraham, clerk, 9 Commercial 
" J M. com mer, 27 Sansome 
" Wm. stock broker, 162 Mont 
Washburn E H. merchant, 62 Cala 
" H S. clerk, 60 Front 
" Jas. wines, 10 Fn-st 
" R W. express, 114 Mont 
" & CO. com mer, 62 Cala 
& Todd, liquors, 10 First 



WAS 



102 



WES 



Washington Market, Kearny c Jackson 

" Mills, Market n First 

Waslung, washing, 214 Clay 
Wass S C. assayer, 89 Merchant 

" Molitor & CO. assayers, 89 Mercht 
Waterman Jas. billiards, Union Hotel 
" Robt. ship master, 151 Stock 
" Richard, potter, 269 Clay 
" S. cigars, 152 Washington 
" & Buswiler, cigars, 152 Wash 
" &. CO. produce, 130 Front 
Waters Mrs. Arcade Saloon, 148 Kearny 
" G L. billiards, 152 Montgomery 
" Jas. Waiter, Rincon Point 
Waterson Daniel, machinist, Folsom c 

Beale 
Waterson Thos. machinist, 69 First 
Watkins Benj. bar room, 113 Mont 
" Joseph, boarding, Rincon Eeint 
" R G. cigars, 190 Kearny 
Watriss Mrs M C. boarding, 248 Clay 
Watriss Geo C. U S Assyer's office, 142 

Connnerci'al 
Watrons Chas. merchant, 124 Sansome 
Watson Geo F. upholsterer, 206 Clay 
" Jas. oil man, 114 Broadway 
" J H. merchant. Mission c Second 
" J K. billiards, 155 Commercial 
" Jno R. com mer. Pacific c Mont 
" R S. com mer, 56 Sansome 
" Wm H. upholsterer, 206 Clay 
" (fc CO. upholsterers, 206 Clay 
" ^* Morris, com mer, Pac c Mont 
Watters Jas. waiter, 22 California 
" J. tailor, 157 Sacramento 
Watts Mrs M. boarding, 35 First 
" Eben'r, carpenter, 399 Powell 
" Evan, carpenter, 399 powell 
Way Jacob, meat-stall, 1 cj* 3 Pac Mkt 
Wealer B G. Tehama House 
Weaver Chas. wheehvo^ht, Val'jo n Stock j 
Webb C C. stationery, l06 Clay 
" Hiram, com mer, 70 Pacific 
" J C. barber, 162 Montgomery 
" J W. laborer, 112 Pine 
" S P. atty and notary, 161 Mont 
" Samuel, flour mills. Jack n Front 
" ^ Harris, com mer, 70 Pacific 
" & Smith, barbers, 162 Mont 
" & CO. paper ware house, 106 Clay 
Webber Gabriel: bootmaker, 180 Qay 
Weber Jacob, watch maker, 117 Mont 
Webster D N. ship chandler, 21 Sac 
" H A. com mer, 50 Sansome 
" H. liquors, Battery c Cala 
" H C. carman, Sansome c Coml I 



" Wm D. 50 Sansome 
Wedeles M. merchant, 63 Liedesdorff 
Weed J K. agent, 1^6 Montgomery 
« Jos. J P 1st township!" 172 Pac 
" Jos. house, 337 Powell 
Wegener F U. carpenter, 58 Mont 

" F O. carpenter, 368 Powell 
Wehrle Alex, brewer. Vallcjo n Stockton 
Weihe A. cigars, 161 Kearny 
Weil Eli, dry goods, 240 Clay 
! Weill Samuel, brewer, 299 Dupont 
I " Simon, brewer, 299 Dupont 
jAVeinshank A. clothier, 43 Pacific 
Wier J B. butter, 46 Front 
" W B. butter, 46 Front 
Welch Jas M. carpenter, 144 Jackson 

" John, machinist, 51 Commercial 
Welden David, merchant, 194 Mission 
" D K. produce, 1 California 
" & CO. produce, 10 California 
Wells Alex, attorney, 90 Merchant 
" F. 135 Montgomery 
" Horace jr, clerk, 110 Sansome 
" J P. salesman, 141 Commercial 
" J B. attorney, 98 Merchant 
" J L, carriage maker, 91 Kearny 
" John, Franklin Hotel 
" Robt. storage, Market wharf 
" Wm V. agent, 140 Commercial 
" Fargo &- CO. express, 114 Mont 
" & CO. R. storage, Market Wharf 
WellerGeo F. attorney, 159 Clay 

" & Southerland, attys, 159 Clay 
Welling J W. grocer, 299 T^npont 

" & Gridley, grocers, 299 Dupont 
Wellner Chas. trader, 200 Stockton 
Wendell John, lumber, 27 Battery 
Wendling Geo. Powell c Greene 
Wentworth E C. lumber, 27 Battery 

" N. grocer, 67 Pacific 

Wenzal G L. cooper, 12'> Jackson 
Wertheimer L. cigars, 151 Sansome 

" clothier, 192 Washington 

Wertherman Ralphe, clerk, 172 Mont 
Werzee Hillman, brewer, Vallejo n Stock 
Wescott C B. ship smith, 20 First 
Wesetzky Jos. J. tailor, 162 Coml 
Wessel J. jeweller; 80 Pacific 
Wesley Chapel, 234 Powell 
West C H. stock broker, 137 Mont 
" C 0. com mer, 136 Sansome 
" I^aac, clerk, 96-98 Battery 
" Thos J. 136 Sansome 
« Thos E. 109 Kearny 
Western R. machinist, Rincon Point 
" Wm K. com mer, 41 Davis 



WHE 



103 



WHI 



Wetherbee H. com mer, 73 Cala 
Wetherby C M. lumber, 261 Powell 
Wethered J S. insp cus, Barge Office 
Wetmore E G. guager, basmt Cus House 
Wetsel G. ship carpenter, 9 Melius 

" Geo. caulker, 61 First 
W^yterman L. meat stall, 17-19 Pacific 

Market 
Whalen Jeremiah, policeman, 244 Dupt 
Whalon N. blacksmith, 36 First 
Wheatley W H. bar room, 161 Front 
Wheaton Wm. com mer, 44 Minna 
Wheeler Alfred, attorney, 90 Merchant 
" Alonzo, merchant, 64 Sans 
" Chas. oilman, 114 Broadway 
" Frank, gymnasium, Verandah 
" G W. importer, 120 Sansome 
" John, builder, 252 Powell 
" R. drayman, 36 First 
" RoUin, hardware, 94 Battery 
" & Murray, 64 Sansome 
" ^* CO. R. hardware, 94 Battery 
Wheelock A. carpet store, 145 Mont 
" A G. carpeting, 145 Mont 

" J. hotel 61 Montgomery 

" Mrs J. millinery, 206 Clay 

Whig Office, 146 Montgomery 
While D. porter, 82 California 
Whilden D. printer, 127 Sacramento 
Whipple L. machinist, 67 First 

" S B. proprietor Diana Saloon 
160 Commercial 
Whisted Edward, clothing, 35 Coml 
Whiston Ed D. grocer, 42 First 
Whitcombc A C. attorney, 159 Clay 

" M. mdze broker, 148 Sans 

White Aaron, Com'l Exch, 218 Kearny 
" A. merchant, 266 Powell 
" AM. broker, 88 Jackson 
" A S. printer. Trinity n Pine 
" H B. physician, 230 Wash 
" Chas L. 241 Sacramento 
" D. boarding, 3 Broadway 
■' E A. insp cus, Barge Office 
' Elijah, physician, Virginia c Jack 
' F. millinery, 146 Sacramento 
■' Frank, Arcade House, 29-31 Webb 
' Geo. merchant, 98 Battery 
■• John, liquors, 156 Montgomery 
' John, hotel, 130 Mission 
' John C. lumber <fc iron, 27-29 Bat 
' Joseph, merchant, 230 Stockton 
' Philo, watchmaker, 174 Clay 
' Robt. bar, 169 Front 
' T J physcian Stockton cor Jackson, j 
13 ' 



White T H. clerk, 21 Commercial 
" W. attorney, 125 Pacific 
" W A. com mer, 134 Front 
" W H. merchant, 107 Jackson 
" W H. book-keeper, 334 Powell 
" W H. merchant, 156 Sansome 
" W M. Adams A: co.'s Express, 99 

Montgomery 
" W. clerk, 120 Montgomery 
" & Tice, merchant, 92 Mont 
" dr CO. com mer. 8 Commercial 
" 4* Uoherty, ship stores, 6 Coml 
" c5* Perkins, millinery, 146 Sac 
" (fc Storm, brokers, 88 Jackson 
" 6c Wentworth, lumber & iron, 27 
& 29 Battery 
Whiting B G. restaurant, 156 Mont 

" Jos P. clerk, 152 Mont 
Whitley Jas. laborer, 112 Pine 
Whitlock C. boots & shoes, 41 Coml 
Whitman J H. merchant, 229 Clay 
S P. E A Hotel, 4 Coml 
Whitmore H M. restaurant, 190 Cala 
Whitney B F. Tehama Hotel 
" C J. captain str Sophie 
F E. 153 Commercial 
G A. 153 Commercial 
" Geo O. furniture, 159 Sac 
" H. clerk, 159 Sacramento 
'' Mrs H B. saloon, 153 Coml 
" jr J. captain str Kate Kearny 
Whittier M T. carpenter, 182 Coml 
Whittle D. porter, 82 Califoroia 

" Decring, hardware, 104 Kearny 
" Mad. milliner, 104 Kearny 
Wickersham A. fruit, 92 Front 

" Henry T. clerk, 92 Front 

Wickersham Jas. sleward, 78 Pacific 
Widman E C. dress-maker, 136 Sac 
Weiland Jacob, baker, Vallejo n Stock 
" John, baker, Vallejo n Stock 
Weiner J. dry goods, 149 Kearny 

" dr CO. dry goods, 149 Kearny 
Wight Geo. blacksmith, 67 First 
Wightman John, clerk, 181 Clay 
Wilber Jas. bowling, Union Hotel 

" M. builder, 27 Sansome 
Wilby H E. Vice Con Portugal, 71 Jack 

" H E. imp tf* com mer, 71 Jack 
Wilcocks Benj. Whig office, Mont c Clay 
Wilcox Jas. clothing, 26 First 
Wilde J W. banker, 143 Montgomeiy 

" Mrs. boarding, Broadway n Ohio 
Wilder H. store ship clerk, h 153 Keary 
" T J physician, Stock c Jackson 



WIL 



104 



WIL 



Wilderberger Chas. butcher, 99 Bush 

Wiley S. auctioneer, 81 Coml 
" 4* Phillips, auctioneer, 81 Coml 

Wilgus J N. painter, 45 Pike 

Wilkey E H. painter-, Frenit n Folsom 

Wilkins J M. Franklin Hotel 
" Walker, Clay n Stock 

Wilkinson Ross, insp ens, Barge Office 

Willan T W. agent, 72 Pacific 

Willess W H. 152 Pacific 

Willett Richard, carpenter, 334 Powel 

Willey Rev. S H. Melius & Second 
" Otis F. waterman. Pine ab Mont 

William Frank, coffee stand, 27 Coml 
" Jos. servant, 16 Pine 

Williams Andrew, Kremlin, Dupont 
" A. attorney, 160 Clay, h 328 

Stockton 
" Alex, saddler, 90 Pacific 
" Chas. hotel, 79 Montgomery 
" Chas. steward str Ohio 
" C. finisher. Pacific Foundry 
" D. grain, 17 Battery 
" E. drugs, 132 Kearny 
" Ed. porter, Harrison n Beale 
" Geo. merchant, 344 Dupont 
" Geo. saloon, 39 Pacific 
" H B. clerk, 130 California 
« H C. books, 201 Clay 
" H F. builder, 74 INIeichant 
" H G. clothing, 195 Clay 
" J. blacksmith, 67 First 
" John, blacksmith, 178 Mission 
« John H. clerk, 130 California 
" Jas L. Pacific Hotel, 35 Pacific 
" Jos. carpenter, 27 Sansome 
" Jas A. carpenter, 27 Sansome 
*' Lewis, soda manufacturer, Val- 

lejo, bet Stockton and Dupont 
" Lewellyn, soda manfr, 246 Pow 
" R. tailor, 235 Stockton 
" Richard, bar, 362 Dupont 
" R J. agent, 43 Pike 
" Stephen, architect, 52 Mont 
" Wm A. carpenter, 3 Battery 
" W B. 3 Battery 
" W M. machinist, Fol cor Beale 
" Wm P. carpenter, 3 Battery 
" & Meiggs, lumber, 162 Mont 
" & Severance, soda manufactu- 
rers, Vallejo above Dupont 

Williamson E. painter, 118 Commercial 
" John, blacksmith, 75 B'dway 

WilUp M W. saloon, 247 Pacific 

Willis D. bar, 247 Dupont 



Willis H M. dry goods, 141 Sacramento 

" HP. com mer, 85 California 

" John, pilot steamer Jack Hays 

" Mrs M D. dry goods and millinery, 

141 Sacramento 

" & Son, dry goods and millinery, 141 
Sacramento 
Williston H C. books, 201 Clay 
Wilner Malcolm G. lodgings, 142 Clay 
Wilson A T. attorney, room 2, Tehama 

" Chas. cigars, 1 California 

" Chas. baker, 362 Stockton 

" Chas. porter, 25 Battery 

" C S. watchman, custom house 

" E. exchange, 85 Sansome 

" Ed A. saddler, 98 Sansome 

" Fred, laborer, 51 Commercial 

" F G. public house, 340 Stockton 

" Geo C. boarding, 43 Sansome 

" Geo W. gardener. Mission Dolores 

" Henry, brickmaker, Powell 

" John, saddler, 98 Sansome 

" John, livery stable, 19 Battery 

" J H. grain dealer, 46 Coml 

" Jas. machinist, 36 First 

" James, machinist, 69 First 

" Jas. pubUc house, 148 Mission 

" Jas. merchant, 21 Melius 

" J S. grocer, 217 Pacific 

" John, attorney, Cala n Mont 

" John, porter, 143 Clay 

" Gen John, lawyer, Fremont n Har 

" John, clerk, 73 Commercial 

" John, laborer, 112 Pine 

« J H. 154-156 Pacific 

" John N. painter, 90 Clay 
Wilson J A. 125 Front 

" J S. Broadway n Dupont 

" Jos. merchant, 101 California 

" Joseph, navy agent, 176 Dupont 

" Jos. shipmaster, 178 Dupont 

" Luther T. U S appraiser's store 

" Micajah, insp cus, barge oflBce 

" M. printer, 127 Sacramento 

" Robt. ship carpenter, Har, Rin pt 

" S H. baker, 133 CaUfomia 

" S H. boarding, 42 Commercial 

" Saml. produce, 156 Pacific 

" T A. Tehama house 

" W 0. grocer, 217 Pacific 

" ^ CO, grocers, 217 Pacific 

" & Son, saddlers, 98 Sansome 

" & Bole, Globe bakery, 362 Stock 
Wilton Nathl. machinist, 204 Stockton 



VIB 



105 



WAS 



Win T. shoemaker, 78 Pacific 
Winans John C. com mer, 69 Jackson 
Winchester E H. saddler, 68 Sansome 
Windsor Chas. clothing, 41 Pacific 
" G H. 36 First 
" & Baker, clothing, 41 Pacific 
Winered Wm. blacksmith, GO First 
WingL. carpenter, 27 Sansome 

" Stephen, tinman, 107 Jackson 
Wingarder Chas I. tailor, 65 Kearny 
Wingate B F. clerk, h Second n Minna 
Wightman John, clerk, 181 Clay 
Winkley J F. merchant, 35 Minna 
Winn \T L. steam candy manfry, 80 Coml 
Winslow G M. clerk, 143 Sansome 

" D T. hay and grain, 17 Battery 
" M. machinist, Folsome cor Beale 
" Michael, pub house, Fol n Beale 
" & Williams, hay tf grain, 17 Bat 
Winter C. bookkeeper, 28 Battery 
" G. com mer, 28 Battery 
" John, merchant, 215 Wash 
" & Latimer, com mer, 28 Battery 
Wittman Jos. coffee saloon, 123 Coml 
Witter Frank, Howard house, 35 Pacific 
Wohap, Chinese laundry, 269 Dupont 
Wolf Frederick, crockery, 195 Kearny 
" J E. shirt depot, 143 Clay 
" Louis, printer, 118 Commercial 
Wolfe A. carpenter, 13 Pike 

" J E. carpenter, h Sac n Stockton 
Wolff Chas S. boarding, 77 Bush 
" Danl. com mer, 90 Jackson 
" Sig'd clothier, 67 Commercial 
" & CO D. com mer, 90 Jackson 
*' & Lutgens,Wm Tell house, 227 Pac 
Wong Chong, laundry, 47 Sansome 
Wood A. Eagle Foundry, Fremont n Mkt 
" Andrew, 136 Sansome 
" E. stevedore, 70 Front 
" MadE. dressmaker, 201 Dupont 
" F H. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
" J C. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
" Henry, carpenter, 114 Bush 
" Hiram, eating house, 145 Sans 
" Hiram S. eating house, 165 Sans 
" J H. coppersmith, 69 First 
" PP. cabinet maker, 196 Kearny 
" Thos. 201 Dupont 
" Wm. public house, Fremont c How 
" Wm. market, 5 Coml and 32 Sac 
" Wm H. com mer, 136 Sansome 
" woe. eating house, 145 Sans 
" Z. mason, 31 Pike 



Wood & CO, stevedores, 70 Front 

" & Walker, market, 32 Sacramento 
" & West, com mer, 136 Sansome 
Woodin Stephen, Franklin house 

" & Hill, Franklin house 
Woodruff E. merchant, 64 Sansome 
" S F. hardware, 93 Kearny 
" ^ CO, hardware, 93 Kearny 
Woods Geo. finisher, Alta Foundry 
" HP. clothier, 165 Washington 
" Josephine, boarding, 216 Wash 
" J C. com mer, 59 Pine 
" J C. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
" ^ CO express, 59 Pine 
Woodward E. Adams' express, 99 Mont 
" F S. clerk, 203 Washington 
" R B. restaurant, 119 Sac 
Woodworth ^ co F A. importers piano 

fortes, 130 Clay 
Woodworth John, 9 Drum 
Woolfolk A B. 198 Washington 
Wordsworth S E. U S weigher, cus house 
Worden L S. clerk, 24 First 
Worrill A C. fruit, 90 Commercial 
Worlock W. blacksmith, 105 Kearny 
" John, blacksmith, Val ab Stock 
" & Boothby, blaksmths, 105 Kear 
Wozencraft Dr. U S indian commissioner, 

Washington cor Stockton 
Wray Jacob, market, 100 Commercial 
Wright Geo. 165 Stockton 
" J. actor, 224 Clay 
" G W. banker, 185 Kearny 
" Henry, merchant, 279 Jackson 
" James, boatman, 3 Commercial 
" Thos. attorney, 135 Montgomery 
" Thos. 279 Jackson 
" Stephen T. prod and com, 94 Front 
Wrigley Joseph, Basse tte house 
Wulff S W. watchmaker, 199 Clay 
^y'unnberg M H. public house, 62 (^oml 
' " & CO, boarding house, 62 Coml 
Wurtenburg S. cigars, 54 Commercial 

" & CO, cigars, 54 Coml 

Wyckoff Geo. imp grocer, 85 Wash 

" & CO, imp groceries, 85 Wash 
Wylie J W. clerk, 116 Sansome 
Wyman J P. blacksmith, 43 Webb 

" & Huntington, blkshts, 43 Webb 
Wynn J B. importer, 127 Cala 
Wyse N H. merchant, 6Q Jackson 



Yale Gregory, attorney, 118 Montgomery 
b 1 39 Stoftkton 



YAN 



106 



ZAB 



Yangre Chas. bricklayer, Fol n Fremont 
Yates C. boots and shoes, 167 Mont 
Yellett Geo. carman, 96 Battery 
Yerkin Jos. clerk, 73 Battery 
Ye Tong, China merchant, 171 Sac 
Younger M. laborer, 62 Montgomery 
Young C B. broker, rear 167 Wash 
Young J W. printer, 210 Washington 
Young Peter, machinist, Market S(juare 
Young Thos. Dundee House, 94 Pacific 



Zabriskie E A. insp cus, barge office 

Zalen Wm. laborer, 47 Pacific 

Zane John, saddler, 156 Sacramento 

Zane & Ellinghouse, saddlers, 156 Sac 

Zantzinger L F. clerk U S apprais office 

Zeile Dr. 142 Sacramento 

Zeil Gust, com mer, 94 (California 

Zeil, Berthcau & co, merchants, 94 Gala 

Zimmermann 0, bar, 210 Kearny 

Zolver Jacob, barkeeper, 85 Sansoms 

Zolver John, waiter, 85 Sansome 



'Si 

CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE 

— AND — 

mBiML Ammmim A§iiei, 

No. 11 Parsons' Fire Proof Brick Building, Nos. 38 & 40 

CLAY STREET SAN FRANCISCO. 



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INSERTED IN ANY OF THE PAPERS OF 

CALIFOENIA, OREGON, 



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Rents and Accounts Collected. 



SUPPLEMENT. 



NAMES RECEIVED TOO LATE FOU INSERTION, ERRORS, REMOVALS, (fec. 



Abbott 6c Dore, Sacramento wharf 
Abernethy, Clarke 6c co, Sac wharf 
Adier Lewis, import grocers, G9 Sac 
Adler, Janssen <fc co. impt grocers, 69 

Sacramento 
Aitiven & co. Charles C, com mer, 71 

California 
Aid rich E S. physician, Jones' Hotel 
Allan George T, com mer, 130 i^" 132 

Clay 
Allan, McKinlay ij- Lowe, 130 & 132 

Clay 
Alvarez F S. com mer, 125 Jackson 
Annan, Talmage c}* co. com merchts, 88 

alifornia 
Annis Wm, shipjoiner, Battery n Pacific 
Annis, Craig & co, shipjoiners. Battery n 

Pacific 
Archer h arles, carj)enter, 26 First 
Archer L. attorney, 135 Montgomery 
Arlington <fc co. W. com mer, 68 Cala 
Arrowsmith D B. com mer, 51 Clay 
At will &. CO. Jos F. music and fancy 

goods, 172 Washington 
Babcock Wm F. NY&SFSS Line. 

132 Clay 
Bacon T H, com mer. Battery n Jack 
Bacon J S, com mer, Battery n Jackson 
Baker E D. attorney, 153 Montgomery 
Baker Frank, upholsterer, 139 Mont 
Barber Wm. attorney, 159 Clay 
Barnett D. importer, 104 Montgomery 
Bates Geo C. attorney, 91 Merchant 
Bayley R P. crockery, 176 Montgomery 
Beatty jr Samuel G. 142 Washington 
Beckwith A C, restaurant, 66 Coml 
Bell James, com mer, 116 Battery 
Bell (fc McElwee, upholsterers, 202 Clay 
Bendixon George, auc ^* com, 119 Sans 
Benham Calhoun, U S Dist Atty, 89 

Merchant 
Benjamin John, express, 101 Moat 
Bennett Robert H, com mer, 45 Sac 
Berenhart, Jacoby <fe co, importers dry 

goods, 72 Montgomery 
Berry Edward, liquors, 28 Sacramento 
Berry R N, mdze broker, 64 Front 
Biden Chas S, Comp's office, City Hall 
Bingham J W. com mer, 181 Sansomo 



Bingham ^ Reynolds, com mer, 181 

Sansome 
Blackstone & co. N, flour mills, 44 Sac 
Block Daniel, clerk, 173 Clay 
Bonney George, clerk, 139 Montgomery 
Booraem H T, attorney, 90 Merchant 
Booraem &. Hughes, attorneys, 90 Mrcht 
Botts C T, attorney, 139 Commercial, h 

228 Stockton 
Bourne E W, express, 101 Montgomery 
Bowers C E, express, 101 Montgomery 
Bowman J Soule, attorney, 153 Mont 
Bowman S M attorney, 153 Montgomery 

h Kearny c Greenwich 
Boyd James T, attorney, 159 Clay 
Boyle A A, com mer, 68 Sacramento 
Brainard P H, express, 101 Montgomery 
Brenheim Maurice, confectioner, 223 Sac 
Brien Tohn, drugs, Dupont n Pacific 
Brierly Rev B, pastor 1st Bapt church, 

Jackson ab Powell 
Bridsmade P A, St Francis Hotel 
Broderick J S, express, 101 Mont 
Bronsnan C L, attorney, 135 Mont 
Brooks George A, stoves, 87 Wash 
Brooks R (', shipwright, Fremont, bet 

Market and Mission 
Brown George, Mercantile Hotel 
Brown J D physician, 176 Montgomery 
Brown J G, vet'y surgeon, 138 Mont 
Brown Samuel C, 114 Battery 
Brown ^* Mason, physicians, 176 Mont 
Bryan E H, stoves, 110 Sansome 
Buckelew M S, grocer, 205 Clay 
Buckelew & Sherman, grocers, 205 Clay 
Burch Wm S, mason, Sutter alD Mont 
Burgoyne G F, merchant, 127 Calia 
Bushnell Wm H, civil engineer, 137 Cala 
Cadue, Hunter <fe co, California wharf n 

Drum 
Cady D W, contractor, Bdway c Sans 
Cahoon E B, restaurant, 66 Commercial 
Caldwell jr John, grocer, 107 Front 
Clad well & co, grocers, 107 Front 
Gardozo J N, attorney, 135 Montgomery 
dargiU S H, 77 Kearny 
Carle c^ co. A J, com mer, 99 Battery 
Carman B R, physician & druggist 203 

Washington 



108 



SePPLEMENT. 



Carman & Martin, physicians (fe drug- 
gists, 203 Wasliingtou 
Castle Fredoiick, merchant, 43 Sac 
Castle Goodman, merchant, 43 Sac 
Castle Michael, merchant, 43 Sac 
Castle, Bros, merchants, 43 Sacramento 
Chandler Chas, agent, 49 Pacific 
Chase R P, physician, Bush c Sansome 
Chittenden N W, office 104 Mont 
Chrysler & Van Rensselaer, com mer, 54 

Front 
Clark Hiram C, attorney, 134 Mont 
Clarke E Z, auc ^^ com, 96 Battery 
Clarke Francis, clerk, 76 Jackson 
Clayton F D, clerk, Custom House 
Coe F H. produce, 44 Clay 
Colgan E P, saloon, Sacramento c Sans 
Colman J W. 146 Clay 
Colvill (fc CO. merchants, S Commercial 
Comins P B. gunsmith, 125 Commercial 

h 132 Dupont 
Compton C S. merchant, Mont c Sac 
Cook Fre d'k, engineer (fc contractor, 49 

California 
Cooke Wm. B, bookseller & stationer, 

153 Montgomery 
Crittenden A P. attorney, 138-140 Clay 
Crittenden, Inge &. Martin, attorneys, 

138-140 Clay 
Crockett J B, attorney, 153 Montgomery 
Cross Richard, teamster, 63 Battery 
Crocket &. Baker, attys, 153 Mont t 

Dale Richard, real estate, 64 Broadway | 
Darling Wm A, com mer, 102 Battery i 
Davidson D, com mer, 123 Mont i 

Davidson cj* Bros, com mer, 123 Mont I 
Davis H L, produce, 42 Clay { 

Dean L F, agent, 49 Pacific 
DeCracke J, stoves, 156 Sansome 
DeFremery J, consul for Mecklenberg, 

168 Sansome 
DeGraaf &. Webster, ship chandlers, foot 

Sacramento 
Del Vecchio Chas, merchant, 147 Bat 
Dennis & co. G, wire-worker, 24 First 
Derby &- co, com mer, 269 Jackson 
De Ro Charles, auctioneer, 119 Sansome 
De St Ours F J, dry goods, 159 Kearny 
Dexter Henry S, engineer U S dry dock, 

156 Sansome 
Dietz J W, lamps, 187 Montgomery 
Dietz &. CO, George, lamps, 187 Mont 
Dodge H L, attorney, 153 Montgomery 
Dry Dock, (U S) office of engineer, 156 

Sansome 



Dukes & CO. ]\f , 

Duncan James, carp & joiner, 42 Davis 
Duncan ^' Wilkinson, carpenters & join- 
ers, 42 Davis 
Dwiiielle Jo])n W, attorrey, 90 Merchant 
Eagle Foundry, Fremont c Market 
Edwards E S, importer, 103 Battery 
Ellis A J, 123 Montgomery 
Ellis Moses, imp and jobber, 61 Battery h 

248 Powell 
Ellis c5* Pierce, importers & Jobbers, 61 

Battery 
Eveleth & co. S C, com mer, 50 Gala 
Everett E S, importer, 103 Battery 
Ewer Ferdinand, editor, 152 Clay 
Eyre M D, city assessor. City Hall 
Fair & co. Wm D, com mer, 43 Cala 
Fairbanks & co. H W, imptr hardware. 

97 Batter}?- 
Fairfield & Reilly, com mer, 69 Clay 
Falkner E R, com mer, 116 Battery 
Falkner, Bell &- co. com mer, 116 Bat 
Feldheim M, merchant, 94 Mont 
Feldheim S, merchant, 94 Mont 
Fenner C G, attorney, 90 Merchant 
Fensier L & F. merchant, 195 Kearny 
Fishbourne t^* Ross, brewers, cor Jesse &, 

Jane 
Fisler G M, 202 Clay 
Fort J A, express. 114 Montgomery 
Floating Bethel, (church) 82-84 Davis 
Frankl L, liquors, 149 Front 
Fredonyer A, physician, 75 Mont 
Frontin Joseph, Danish consul, 130 Clay 
Gale George A, produce, 64 Clay 
Galley L, imptr wines, 64 Front 
Garcia J, Peruvian Consul, 161 Mont 
Gardner George M, painter, 124 Sans 
Garrioch A, com mer, 98 California 
Gassert H L, importer cigars, 132 Kearny 
Gilman C H, attorney, 138-140 Clay 
Globe Hotel, 243-245, Dupont 
Godley Franklin, clerk, 113 California 
Godley Montgomery, clerk, 113 Cala 
Goodwin C R, com mer, 158 Battery 
Goodwin Henry L, 137 Pine 
Goodwin &. co. com merchts, 158 Battery 
Goodwin & co. 137 Pine 
Gordan Archld O, express, 155 Mont 
Gordon George, iron founder, (Vhlgan 

Fonndry,) office 31 Battery 
GorhamA, attorney, 118 Montgomery 
Goyetche G, imp cigar, 150 Washington 
Griswold J C, Directory office, 138 Clay 
Gronfier & co. , Jne, agents, 64 Front 



SUPPLEMENT. 



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Guerin & co. J, dry goods, 137 Sac 
Hackett John K, city attorney, 163 Mont 
Hamilton T P, com mer, 45 Sacramento 
Hamilton t.\'* Bennett, com mer, 45 Sac 
Hart Wm, attorney, 140 Clay 
Haskell 1) H, express, 99-101 Mont 
Hastings, Thomas cj* Morse, attorneys, 

90 Merchant 
Hawley B C, hard ware, 85 Cala 
Hawloy Mhas A, hardware, 85 Cala 
Hawley F S, hardware, 85 California 
Hawley <^ co, hardware, 85 Cala 
Hazen Ivelsey, contractor, Broadway c 

Sansome 
Hazen, Pitcher & Cady, contractors, 

Broadway c Sansome 
Henri(|iics .los, County Recorder's Office 
Herze J, restaurant, Conmiercial c Front 
Hewlett P B, real estate, Bartol street v^ 
Hitchcock C E, com mer, J 58 Battery 
Hitchcock John A, attorney, Cala 
Horan J C, 123 Sansome 
Hoffman 1) B, physician, 43 California 
Holmes Aaron, water works, 65 Pacific 
Hoskiins Edward, com mer, Jackson c 

Front, h 344 Stockton 
Howes & CO, furniture, 180 Mont 
Hoskins 4* co. com mer, Jack c Front 
Hudson Geo A, merchant, 88 California 
Hutchings U P. com mer, 62 Front 
Hutton G M, Alta Foundry, Mkt square 
Hutton J F. auc &. com, 116 Sansome 
Inge S W, attorney, 140 Clay 
Isaacs Mark, baker, Bartol st 
Janes Henry B, U S Dist Court room, 89 

Merchant 
Janssen Edmund, grocer, 69 Sac 
Johnson M A, attorney, 153 Montgomery 
Johnson G H, dag'n, 136 Montgoniey 
Jornison 6c Barber, attorneys, 153 Mont 
Jessu}) Isaac, clerk, 79 Washington 
Johnson & co, Geo C, iron, 36 Battery 
Johnson Wm Necly, store-keeper, USB 

Warehouse, Union st 
Joseph J B, watch maker, 175 Clay 
Josej)li L B, watch maker, 175 Clay 
Joseph, Bros, watch makers, 175 Clay 
Josselyn Geo M, ship chandler, Blarket 

st^wharf 
Iveeleher Thos. boarding, 68 Broadway 
IC'inian 6c co, J W. 62 Battery 
ixriinedy J S. merchant, 134 Clay 
Kciii 6c CO, W D. produce, 44 Clay 
K(nven E J C. attorney, 153 Mont 
Kilduif P I), bank exchange, 162 Mont- 
gomery, li 34 Virginia street 



I Lagoarde 6& Runkel, pistol gallery, 206 
I Washington 

I Lang Chas E. sign painter, 124 Sans 
j Lang tj* Gardner, sign painters, 124 Sans 
Le Cacheux J c^ Galley, importers wine 
I 64 Front 

Leonard E W. land agent, Montgomery 
Lentell J. carriage maker, Cala c Webb 
Lester Pet(^r, (colored) boots and shoes, 

126 Montgomery 
Lilley S. stationery, 106 Clay 
; Lobdell John,»'clothing, 162 Clay 
. Lock\^)od R A. attorney, 163 Mont 
' Lockwood Jared, shipwright, Fremont, 
i bet Market and Mission 
I Lockwood 6c Brooks, shipwrights, Fre- 
I mont, bet Market and Mission 
j Lockwrood 6c Hammond, attorneys, 153 

Montgomery 
j Luke, Mann &. Wood, eagle foundry, 
I Fremont n Market 
I Mack J N. produce, 64 Clay 
I Mack (.y Gale, produce, 64 Clay 
1 Martin W H. attorney, 138-40 Clay 
i Martinon A. merchant, 138 Jackson 
I Mason E H. physician, 176 Montgomery 
: Matheson R. city comptroller, h Jackon^ 
■ cor Virgmia 

I McAllister Hall, attorney, 137 Mont 
j McAllister, Edwards & Rose, attorneys, 
i 137 Montgomery 
McCauley T. real estate, 69 Broadway 
McCrakan Jolm, attorney, 162 Mont 
McCreery A B. Clay n Front 
McDougal, Haight 6c Sharpe, attorneys, 

98 Merchant " 
McElwain J. broker, 109 Battery 
Mcl^.lwee J V. upholsterer, 202 Clay 
McMillan and Toland, physicians, 153 

Montgomery 
McMullen G O. imp liquors, 69 Front 
Meighs 6c co, Richard, restaurant and 

manufactory of candy, 66-68 Coml 
Meyer Danl, imp cigars, 144 Wash 
Mickle E. com mer, 109 Battery 
j Montes Luis, imp cigars, 106 Clay 
I Moore, attorney, 90 Merchant 
Morgan A W. hotel, cor Clay and Dupt 
Morrison jr, John C. merchant 139 Wash 
jMorrison 6c Archer, attorneys, 135 Mont 
Mi^rrison N Roderick, N. atty, 1 35 Mont 
Morse H B. stoves, 47 Sacramento 
Morse i5* Kilgore, stoves, 47 Sacramento 
Moses A J. merchant, 102 Battery 
Musson Eugene, attorney, 137 Mont 



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SUPPLEMENT. 



Muzzey Chas. bookkeeper, 110 Battery 
Naglee Henry M. real estate, 153 Mont 
Nahl Chas. corner Kearny and Sac 
Nautre P A. attorney, 128 Commercial 
O'Conner M T. J Peace, 4th township. 

office Montgomery cor Bush 
Packer D F. 77 Kearny 
Packer & Cargill, 77 Kearny 
Parker Wm. attorney, 138-140 Clay 
Parks L W. merchant, Coml cor Leids 
Parsons Chas. com mer, 45 Sacramento 
Parsons Levi, attorney, 148-140 Clay 
Parsons & Cook, attorneys, 138-40 Clay 
Pennycook .T. confectioner, 130 Sans 
Pfaff Geo. 167 Washington 
Pitcher John, contractor, Bd'way c Sans 
Polhemus C B. Ill 113 California 
Reynolds O A. com mer, 181 Sansome 
Rhodes E A. attorney, 98 Merchant 
Roberts E C, engraver, Directory office, 

138 Clay 
Rhodes W H. attorney, 98 Merchant 
Ruhling, Edlefson & co, 138 Jackson 
Sanjmjo & CO. merchants, 171 Sansome 
Schaeffer F B. warehouse elk, cus house 
Schenck H. vetrinary surgeon, ] 63 Sac 
Schuerman F. physician, Leids cor Clay 
Scouler John, cabinet maker, 127 Kear 
Scott, J. W., Printer, Wash near Stock. 
Selden H J. liquor, 78 California 
Selden 4' Turner, liquor, 78 California 
Seymour E P. wood and willow ware, 

108 Clay 
Sayer & Smith, hardware and iron, 48 

Sansome 
Shaw Thomas agricultural implements, 

164-166 California 
Sherman Chas W. grocer, 205 Clay 
Simson Robt. attorney, 104 Montgomery 
Smilie E R. physician, 159 Montgomery 
Smilie J H. dentist, 159 Montgomery 
Smith Geo C. ship chandler, Mkt wharf 
Smith Sidney V. attorney, 137 Mont 
Smith Wm F. attorney, 153 Mont 



Smith jr Randall, saloon, Sansome c Sac 
Smith George Alex, saloon, 150 Mont 
Snook Ed. tinman, 141 Washington 
St Dennis Madame, diviner, Union near 

Dupont 
Stevenson J D. land agent, 138 40 Clay 
Strong Chas L. stationer, 139 Mont 
Sullivan E L. merchant, 137 Mont 
Swain J C. 114 Broadway 
Sweeny George F. Merchants' Ex, 122 

Sacramento 
Sweeny Miles D, 94 Clay, h Broadway 

c Mason 
Still J H. bookseller, 126 Commercial 
Taylor, E W. attorney, 159 Clay 
Tharpe Eugene H. clerk sup court 
Thomas O H. attorney, 153 Mont 
Timmermann & co, J B. brokers, 116 

Sansome 
Turner C O. liquors, 78 California 
Vanantwerp Charles F. drayman, 144 

Montgomery 
Van Bokkelen J L. Ashland saloon, 82 

Sansome 
Verplankjr, Philip, imp liquors, 69 Front 
Verplank 6c McMullen, importers liquors 

69 Front 
Waller R H. attorney, 153 Montgomery 
Waller &. Dodge, attorneys, 153 Mont 
Warren W S imp clothing, 99 Battery 
Weinzell Joseph, grocer, 107 Front 
White E. physician, Virginia cor Jack 
AVhite T J. physician, Stocktonjc Jack 
Wilkinson Ed. carpenter, 42 Davis 
Williams Henry F, com mer, 43 Cala 
Winter John, 215 Washington 
Wilson J S. com mer, 76 Jackson 
Wilson &. CO, W O. com mer, 76 Jack 
Wright S H. imp clothing, 99 Battery 
AVatson Wm H. upholstery, 148 Clay 
Watson Geo F, upholstery, 148 Clay 
Whitmore H M, com mer, 52 - 54 Gala 
Wilder Hiram, S S agent, 153 Kearny 
Wilder Waldo H. actor, 153 Kearny 



LEGAL DIRECTORY. 



AUSTEN E G, attorney and counsellor 
at law, notary public and commission- 
er for California; Office No 10 ^y ells' 
building, 1 59 Clay street, corner Mont- 
gomery. 

BAGLE Y DAVID T, attorney and coun- 
sellor at law and public administra- 
tor, No 127 Montgomery st 

BARTLETT (EaH) ct RYAN (R F), 
attorneys and counsellors at law, 123 
Montgomery st. 

BATES (George C) 4* RICE (James jr) 
attorneys and counsellor at law, proc 
tors in admiralty and notaries public, 
ill the U S Dist Court House, 89 Mer- 
chant street. 

BENHAM CALHOUN, U S Dis attor- 
ney ; U S Dist Court Room, No 89 
Merchant st. 

BOORAEM (H Toler) & HUGHES (C 
J,) attorneys &. counsellors at law and 
notaries public; Bolton, Barron t5* co's 
building, 90 Merchant st. 

BOYD JAMES T. attorney and coun- 
sellor at law and notary public; Wells' 
building, 159 Clay st. 

BROWN, (H.) PRAl^T (James,) c5- 
TRACY (F P), attorneys and coun- 
sellors at law ; Rooms Nos G tj* T 
Wells' building, 159 Clay st. 

CHIPMAN & FREELO>?,attornies& 
counsellors at law and notaries pub- 
lic; No 161 Montgomery st. 

CHITTENDEN N W, attorney and 
counsellor at law; No 104 Montgom- 
ery st, Adams' building. 

CLARK HIRAM C, attorney and coun- 
sellor at law, notary public and com- 
missioner for New York; Office over 
Drexkl, Sather &, Church's banking 
house, corner Montgomery and Com- 
mercial streets. 

CLARK, TAYLOR & BECKH, attor- 
neys and counsellors at law, and no- 
taries public; Wells' building, south- 
west corner Montgomery and Clay sts, 
entrance No 159 Clay st. 



CRITTENDEN, INGE 4- MARTIN, 

attorneys and counsellors at law; Par- 
son's building, room 1 & 2 No 138 & 
140 Clay street. 

CROCKETT (J B) & BAKER (E D) 
attorneys and counsellors at law ; 
Naglee's building, corner of Merchant 
and Montgomery streets, entrance 153 
Montgomery street. 

ELY ALEXANDER, attorney & coun- 
sellor at law; Bolton, Barron & co's 
building No 90 Merchant st, boards 
at Oriental Hotel. 

FENNER CHANNING G, attorney and 
counsellor at law; Office 3d floor Bol- 
ton 4* Barron's building, No 90 Mer- 
chant St. 

FURMAN MATHEW 11, attorney and 
counsellor at law and notary public, 
162 Montgomery st. 

HACKETT & JUDAH, attorneys and 
counsellors at law, 163 Montgomery. 

HACKETT JOHN K, notary public and 
city attorney ; No 163 Montgomery 
street, over Burgoyne & co's banking 
house. 

HALLECK, (H W) PEAC HY,(A C) 

BILLINGS (Fred'k) 4- PARK, (T 

VV,) attorneys and counsellors at law, 

corner Montgomery and Merchant sts, 

I entmnce No 90 Merchant st. 

! HABMLY THOS. C, attorney c^- coun- 

I sellor at law, Argenti's building, 135 

I Montgomery st. 

HASTINGS, THOMAS 4- MORSE, 
counsellors and attorneys at law, cor- 
ner Merchant and Montgomery streets, 
entrance No 90 Merchant st. 

JANES (HP) NO YES (G F) & BAR- 
BER (\Vm) attorneys and counsel- 
lors at-law. Wells' building, corner of 
Clay and Montgomery streets, en- 
trance on Clay street 

JOHNSON (C A) <fc THOMAS (O H) 
attorneys and counscUors-at-law, Na- 
glee's building, 153 Montgomery, cor- 
ner of Merchant street 



112 



>EGAL DIRECTORY, 



KRWEN E J C. attorney and counsel- 
lor at-law, Naglce's building, No 153 
^lontgomery street, corner Merchant 

LOCKWOOD (R A) & HAMMOISD 
(A A) attorneys and counsellors-at- 
lavv, Naglee's building, 153 Montgo- 
mery street 

MACKINLEY EDW \RD, attorney & 
counsellor-at-law, Adams & Go's buil- 
ding, 101 Montgomery street 

McAllister, (Haii) edwards 

(Jonathan) & ROSE (Julian R) at^ 
torneys and counsellors-at-law, 137 
Montsomerv street 

McCRlGHT ROBERT, attorney and 
counsellor-at-law, No 103 Montgomery 
street, over Burgoyne <fc Go's Banking 
House 

McDOUGAL, HAIGHT & SHARP, 
attorneys and counsellors-at-law, Bol- 
ton, Barron & Go's building, 98 Mer- 
pliRnt strppt 

McILVAINE GHAS J. attorney and 
counsellor at-law, notary public, and 
commissioner of Kentucky and Ohio ; 
office No 10, Wells' building, 156 Clay 
street, corner of Montgomery 

MERRILL ANNIS, attorney and coun- j 
sellor-at-law, 159 Montgomery street, | 
over Gronin & Markley's clothing 
stor? 

MORRISON (R N) & ARGHER (L,) 
attorneys and counsellors at-law, Ar- 
genti's Building, No 135, Montgomery 
street. 

MUSSON EUGENE, attorney 4» coun- 
sellor-at law. No. 137 Montgomery 
street. 

NORTON EDWARD, attorney & conn 
sel'or at-law, room No. 15, Wells' 
building, No 159 Clay street, corner 
of Montgomery. 

PLATT GEO. K. attorney and comisel- 1 
lor-at-law, 160 Glay street, corner of i 
Montgomery; over Tallant^* W^ilde's! 
Banking House. ! 

RHODES E A. attorney and counsellor- 
at law, notary public and commis- 
sioner for Missouri, North Carolina, 
and liouisiana ; room No 0, third floor, 
Boltou, Barron &• < 
98 Merchant street. 



SANDERS (G J H) ,y PARKER 
(SAM'L II ) attorneys and counsel- 
lors-at-law, notaiies public, and com- 
missioners for New Hampshire ; Bol- 
ton Barron & Go's building, No 98 
Merchant street. 

SAUNDERS 4- HEPBURN, attorneys 
and coutisellors-at-law, No 127 Mont- 
gomery street. 

SIMSON ROBERT, attorney & coun- 
sellor-at-law, and notary public, No 
104 Montgomery street, Adams t^* Go's 
building. 

SLOAN (E W F) & RHODES (W H) 
attorneys and counsellors-at-law, room 
No 9, third lioor, Bolton, Barron »fc 
Go's building, No 98, Merchant street. 

SHITH GEO. ALEXANDER, attorney 
and counsellor- at-law. No 150 Mont- 
gomery street 

SMITH SIDNEY V. attorney and coun- 
sellor at-law, and commissioner of 
deeds for Pennsylvania. 131 Montgo- 
mery 

SMITH WM FOWLE, attorney and 
counsellor-at-law, and notary public, 
Naglee's building, 153 Montgomery 
street, corner of Merchant. 

VAN BUREN G B. attorney and coun- 
sellor-at-law, Bolton. Barron & co's 
building, 90, ]\Ierchant street. 

WALLER (R H) & DODGE (H L) 
attorneys and counsellors-at-law, Na- 
glee's building, 153 Montgomery, cor- 
ner of Merchant street. 

WEBB STEP. P. attorney and counsel- 
lor at-law, notary public, and com- 
missioner for 3Iassachusetts and a Mine 
No 161 Montgomery street, one door 
south of Burgoyne & Go's Banking 
House. 

WHEELER ALFRED, attorney and 
counsellor-at-law, notary public, and 
commissioner for Connecticut, Bolton, 
Barron & (yo's building, No 90 Mer- 
chant street, corner of Montgomery 

WILSON JAMES, attorney and coun- 
sellor-at-law, notary public, and com- 
missioner for the State of New Hamp- 
shire ; office second tioor of Argenti's 
building^ 135 Montgomery street 



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COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 



U. S. COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS NORTHERN DISTRICT OF 
CALIFORNIA. 

John A Monroe, Henry B Janes, 

Office in the U S District Court Rooms, 89 Merchant street. 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR OTHER STATES. 

Alabama — C J Mcllvajie, William Rabe. 

Connecticut — J McCrakan, L W^Sloat, William Rabe, Alfred Wheeler. 

Florida — Gregory Yale, William Rabe. 

Georgia — Gregory^ Yale. 

Illinois — T N Cazncaii. 

Indiana — William Rabe. 

loiDa — William Rabe. 

Kentucky — C J Mcllvane. 

Louisiana — T N Cazneau, E A Rhodes. 

Manjland-^h W Sloat, T N Cazneau, S G Wheclon 

Maine— T J Moore, S P Webb, Wm Rabe. 

Massachusetts — L W Sloat, Thos N Cazneau, S P Webb, E G Austin. 

Minnesota — L W Sloat. 

Michigan — William Rabe. 

Mississipjn—lt^ A Rhodes 

North Carolina — William Rabe, E A Rhodes. 

Neiv Hampshire — J Vincent Browne, George K Piatt, Samuel H Parker, Jas 

Wilson. 
Neio Jersey — John S Hager. 

New Yor A'— John Edwards, L W Sloat, T J Lippet, H C Clark. 
0/izo— S W Holliday, C J Mcllvane. 
Pennsylvania—^ V Smith— C McDelany, S W Sloat, T N Cazneau, Wm 

Rabe, F J Lippett, S G Wheelon, C J Mcllvane, J S Hager. 
Rhode Island— F J Lippett, J V Browne, L W Sloat, T N Cazneau, Wil. 

liam Rabe. 
South Carolina — T N Cazneau, Gregory Yale, William Rabe. 
Tennessee — E J Moore, William Rabe. 
Texas— T N Cazneau, William Rabe. . 
Virginia— S G Wheelon, L W Sloat, T N^^Cazneau. 
Vermont — George K Piatt, William Rabe. 
Wisconsiii — Joseph Shannon. 



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Advertisements, Index to, last page of book. 

Alderman, and Assistants, 

Almanac, - - - - " - 

Appendix — follows Supplement 
Associations, Benevolent and Social, - 
Board of Education, - - - 

Chamber of Commerce, 
Ciiurches, - - . . . 

City Officers - . . . . 

City Wards, Boundaries of 
Commissioners of Funded Debt, City, 
Commissioners of Funded Debt, County - 
Commissioners of Deeds for otiier States, 
Commissioners of Deeds for United States, 
Consuls Foreign, . . . , 

Contents, Table of, ... 

County Officers, . . . . 

Courts, ..... 

Custom House Department, . . . 

Directory of Nann's, 

Fire Department. . . . . 

Harbor Master, .... 

Inspector of Elections, - - . 

L-^gal Directory, ... 

Map, fronting, .... 

Newspaper, . . . . . 

Names ..... 

Port Warden's, . . . . 

Post Office Department, ... 
Pilots ...... 

Schools, ..... 

Sketch of San Francisco, 

Stiinding Committee of C. C, 

State Marine Hospital, 

Statistical Information, 

Steam Navigation, Ocean, 

Steam Navigation, Inland, 

Street Directory, . . . . 

Supervisors, Board of, - 

Supplemont - - - - . 

United States Armory Office, 
United States Surveyor General's Offic(\ 
Vignette, fronting 



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MARVIN & HITGHGOCK. 




To Grogan & Lent's New Building, 
168 MONTGOMEEY ST., 

[Next the Corner of Washington.] 

We invite the attention of the mercantile community and the public 
generally to our large and varied stock of 

Miscellaneous and School Books. 

A fine assortment of 

I|||||i|l|||s|ri!!|:;'s||i|5|^ 

Just imported from Europe. 
A fine assortment of 

Mmit ^ ;;Blu0ical Snstwmente, 

Just opened and others daily expected. 
Our present large and well selected stock will shortly be extensively 
added to by the arrival of large invoices from New York, and we ofler 
the same for sale at as low rates as can be purchased elsewhere, The 
public are requested to call and examine our stock. 

MARVIN & HITCHCOCK, 

168 Montgomery Street. 




EMBRACING ALL THE PRINCIPAL WORKS OF 

ROMANCE, HISTORY, POETRY, TRAVELS, ETC., 

By the most Eminent and Popular Authors, of the Continent, England and America. 

JOSIAH J. L.E COUIVT'S 

GREAT CENTRAL CHEAP BOOK AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, 

Tios. 139 Montgomery and SI Front Street§, 

THE OLDEST AND MOST POPULAR ESTABLISHMENT IN CALIFORNIA. 

Miscellaneous Orders from Booksellers and Periodical Dealers, -will be promptly dis- 
patched on the most liberal terms in the trade. 

" He who does the largest business can affonl to do it at the smallest per centage of profit/' 

J. J. LE COUNT, invites the attention of his friends and the trade generally, to the 
catalogue of articles, of which -will be found at his Warehouse, a large and com- 
plete assortment, always on hand. 

All his Goods are purchased by an Agent residing in the Atlantic States, from the 
very best sources ; and every advantage will fairly be given his customers consistent 
with the interest of buyer and seller. 

J^" Stationers, Fancy Goods Dealers, Booksellers, News Agents, Pedlars, and Cheap 
Publication Dealers, will find a heavy stock of the best and medium quality of gooda 
for them to select from. 

.^S?" Distant Correspondents may save expense on small orders by sending them 
-through any of the following persons who are in constant communication with Josiah 
J. Le Count. 

GEO. W. MURRT, Sacramento City. 

R. A. EDDY, Marysville. 

SAMUEL W. LANGTON", Downieville. 

A. C. HODGE, Nevada. 

G. W. KING Shasta City. 

ADAMS & CO.'S EXPRESS, El Dorado, Calaveras, and Placer Co. 

ELLIOTT REED, San Jose. 

A. D. WALLACE Stockton. 

GAYLORD S. WELLS, Sonoro. 

WM. A. BROWN, Mokelumne Hill. 

G. W. STELLE, Norwegian Tent., Mariposa. 

JOSEPH HARRISON, Columbia. 

S. J. McCORMICK, Portland, O. T. 

HENRY M. WHITNEY, Honolulu. 

Or any of the Express Offices of ADAMS & CO. throughout the State. 

JOSIAH J. LE COUNT, 

NO. 139 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAN FRAl^CISCO. 



BLANK BOOK MANUFACTOBY, 



JOSIAH J. LE COUNT 

HAS ESTABLISHED, IN CONNECTION WITH HIS STATIONERY BUSINESS, A 

W 'w '® ''"» W' ^y.'''®l 'S « '''«i '« S 

COMPLETE IN ALL ITS DETAILS, 

UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF MR. THOMAS ELLIOTT, 
He is therefore, prepared to manufacture for the trade, at 
the shortest notice, every description of Blank Books ; and 
is constantly manufacturing, to order, every description of 
Blank Work, viz : Memorandum Books, Checks, Drafts, 
Exchange, Receipt and Pass Books ; also, Records, Ledgers, 
Journals, Day, Sales and Invoice Books, of any desired size 
and pattern. 

Having engaged the best Book Finishers in the country, 
he is prepared to furnish Books, which, in point of style and 
finish, will compare with those manufactured in the Atlantic 
States. 

All kinds of Job Work done with neatness and dispatch 
Catalogues, Pamphlets, Papers, &c., bound to order. 
Gilding Work done on Books, to match any pattern. 



Having, in connection with the above, a 



also. 



He is prepared to Rule, to order, all kinds of Blanks ; 
Accounts Current, Ledgers, Journals, Bill and Brief Paper. 
Also, all kinds of Way-Bills, for the use of Express, Steam- 
boat or other Companies. 

ig@=^ Being likewise provided with a 

RUGGLES' CARD CUTTER, 

He is prepared to cut Cards to any desired form and size, all 
of which he propose to do at as moderate rates as can be 
afforded. 

JOSIAH J. LEOOUNT, 

Would respectfully inform his friends in the country, that he will as here- 
tofore, pay immediate and careful attention to all orders for his Bindery, 
addressed to him, and all packages will be promptly forwarded. 





PIOIffEER 



121 PINE STREET, 
Between •Iftontgomery and Kearny, 

ANDREl^SS & CO., 







ALL KINDS OF 



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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



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Contracted for and Executed to Order, 

^ccorbing to plans anir ©purifications* 



Wm. Andrews, 
John Dobson, 



F. J. Tracy, 
P. W. Dillon. 



APPENDIX. 



STEEET DIEECTORY. 



Entered according to Act of Conpress. in the year ]852, by James M. Parker, in the Clerk's Office of the 
District Court of the United States for the Southern District of CaUfornia. 



[J^" Note. — It will he noticed that the corner numbers only of each Block, are used as a reference. 
Those streets running North and South being numbered from Market street as a centre, and those running 
East and West, from the water line, as laid down in Eddy's Map. 



ANNIE. 

Commences at Market, between 
2d and 3d, and runs S. E. to 
Mission. 

Not numbered. 

ANTHONY. 

Commences at Market, between 
1st and 2d, and runs S. E. to 
Howard. 

Not numbered. 

BATTERY. 

Commences at Market, and runs 



R. L. 
218 217 Jones 
254 253 Leavenworth 
290 289 Hyde 
326 .325 Larkin 
362 361 Sparks 
398 397 Marietta 
434 433 Webster 

BEALE, 

commences at M;irket, foot of 
Pine, and runs S. E. to Bran- 
nan. 
R. L. 
2 1 Market 



North to Lombard. | 


50 49 Mission 


R. L. Market 


98 9r Howard 


8 7 Bush 


146 145 Folsom 


32 31 Pine 


194 193 Harrison 


56 55 California 


242 541 Bryant 


76 75 Sacramento 


290 289 Erannan 


86 85 Commercial 




96 95 Clay 


BELDEN PLACE, 


108 109 Merchant 
120 119 Washington 
144 143 Jackson 


out of Pine street, between Mont- 
gomery and Kearny. 


168 167 Pacific 
192 191 Broadway 


BERRY, 


216 215 Vallejo 


from 2d to 5th, between King st. 


240 239 Greene 


and Mission Bay. 


264 263 Union 


BEACH, v/ 


288 287 Filbert 


312 311 Greenwich 
336 335 Lombard 


from N. end of Dupont, JfeKh to 
Webster. 


BAY, 


R. L. 

2 1 Dupont 


Commences at Kearny, and runs 


Stockton 


N. to Webster. 


Powell 


R. L. Kearny. 


Mason 


38 37 Dupont 


Taylor 


74 73 Stockton 


Jones 


110 109 Powell 


Leavenworth 


146 145 Mason 


Hyde 


182 181 Taylor 


Larken 



Sp.irks 

Marlttte 

Webster 

BRANNAN, 

from Beale, S. W. to 5th 

R. L. 

2 1 Beale 

26 25 Fremont 

48 47 First 

120 119 Second 

192 191 Third 

264 263 Fourth 

338 337 Fifth 

BRENHAMPLAC^,^/ 

from Clay to Washington, K. side 
of Plaza 

BROADWAY, 

from Davis, west to Larkin. 



R. L. 
2 1 Davis 

26 25 Front 

50 49 Battery 

74 73 Sansoine 
110 109 Montgomery 
146 145 Kearny 
182 181 Dupont 
218 217 Stockton 
254 353 Powell 
290 289 Mason 
326 325 Taylor 
362 361 Jones 
398 397 Leavenworth 
4.'^4 433 Hyde 
470 469 Larkin 

BROOKS, 

from Market to Geary, between 
Kearny and Dupont 



2 



APPENDIX — STREET DIRECTORY. 



BRYANT, 

from Spear to Fifth street 

R. L. 
2 1 Spear 

26 25 S. Front 

50 49 Beale 

74 73 Fremont 

98 87 First 
170 169 Second 
242 241 Third 
314 313 Fourth 
386 385 Fifth 

BRYANT PLACE,T 

out o( Bush, N.. between Mont- 
gomery and Sansome. 

BUSH, 

Battery west to Larkin. 

R. L. 

10 9 Battery 

34 33 Sansome 

70 69 Montgomery 
106 105 Kearny 
142 141 Dupont 
178 177 Stockton 
214 213 Powell 
250 249 Mason 
286 285 Taylor 
322 321 Jones 
358 357 Leavenworth 
394 393 Hyde 
430 429 Larkin 

CALIFORNIA, 

Market, W. to Larkin 
R. L. 

1 iMarket 
8 7 Drum 

32 31 Davis 

56 55 Front 

80 79 Battery 
104 103 Sansome 
122 121 LeidsdorfF 
140 139 Montcromery 

Webb 
174 173 Kearny 
210 209 Dupont 
246 245 Stockton 
282 281 Powell 
318 317 Mason 
354 353 Taylor 
390 389 Jones 
426 425 Leavenworth 
462 461 Hyde 
498 497 Larkin 

CALHOUN, 

from Greene to Union, between 
Sansome and Montgomery. 

CAROLINE PLACE, 

out of Powell street, E., between 
Jackson and Pacific 

CHESNUT, 

from Sansome, W. to Webster. 
R. L. 

2 1 Sansome 



38 37 
74 73 
110 109 
146 145 
182 181 
218 217 
254 253 
290 289 
326 325 
362 361 
398 397 
434 433 
470 469 
506 505 



Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 



Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

Marlette 

Webster 



CLARKE, 

from Drum W. to front, between 
Jackson and Pacific. 

CLAY, 

from East water front to Larkin 

R. L. 

26 25 Drum 

49 48 Davis 

74 73 Front 

98 97 Battery 
122 121 Sansome 
158 157 Montgomery 
198 197 Kearny 
224 223 Dupont 
234 233 Pike 
256 255 Stockton 
292 291 Powell 
328 327 Mason 
364 363 Taylor 
400 399 Jones 
436 435 Leavenworth 
472 471 Hyde 
508 207 Larkin 

COLLIER, 

from north end of Larkin, W. to 
Webster. 

COMMERCE, 

from Front, W. to Battery, bet. 
Green and Union. 

COMMERCIAL, 

from Drum, W. to Dupont 

DAVIS, 

from Market, N. to Pacific 
R. L. 

Pine 

Caliifornia 

Sacramento 

Commercial 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

DOCK, 

from Front, west to Battery, bet, 
Union and Filbert. 



DRUM, 

from Market N. to Pacific 
Market 
California 
Sacramento 
Long Wharf 
Clay 

Washington 
Jackson 
Pacific 

DUPONT, 

from Market, N. to Beach. 

R. L. 
2 1 O'Farrell 

26 25 Geary 

50 49 Post 

74 73 Sutter 

98 97 Bush 
122 121 Pine 
146 145 California 
170 169 Sacramento 
194 193 Clav 
218 217 Washington 
242 241 Jackson 
266 265 Pacific 
290 289 Broadway 
314 313 Vallejo 
338 337 Greene 
362 361 Union 
386 385 Filbert 
410 409 Greenwich 
434 433 Lombard 
458 457 Chesnut 
482 481 Francisco 
506 505 Bay 
530 529 North Point 
554 553 Beach 

EAST, 

from Market, S. E. to Folsome 
R. L. 

Market 
Mission 
Howard 
Folsom 

ECKER, 

from Market, S. E. to Howard,^ 
between 1 st and Second. 
Not numbered. 

EDDY, J, _ 

from Market, W. to- H w#iii d . 
R. L. 

Market 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

ELLIS, 

from Market, W. to Larkin. 
R. L. 

Market 



APPENDIX — STREET DIRECTORY. 



R. L. 

Stocktoa 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

FIFTH, 

from Market south-east to Chan- 
nel street. 
R. L. 

Market 

Mission 

Howard 

FoUsom 

Harrison 

Bryant 

Brannan 

Townsend 

King 

Berry 

Channel 

FILBERT. 

from Front west to Sparks. 
R. L. 

Fivsnt 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupout 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

FIRST, 

from Market south-east to Town- 
send 

R. L. 
2 1 Market 

50 49 Miiaon 

98 97 Howard 
146 145 Folsom 
194 193 Harrison 
242 241 Bryant 
290 288 Brannan 
338 437 Townsend 

FOLSOM, 

from East south-west to Fifth. 

East 

Steuart 

Spear 

Beale 

Fremont 
^^ First 
' Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 



FOURTH, ♦ 

from Market st. s. cast to Berry. 
R. L. 

Market 

Mission 

Howard 

Folsom 

Harrison 

Bryant 

Brannan 

Town-^end 

King 

Berry 

FRANCISCO, 

from Montgomery west to Web- 
ster. 
R. L. 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 



Tayior 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

Marietta 

Webster 

FREMONT, 

from Market south-east to Bran- 
nan 

R. L, 
2 1 Market 

50 49 Mission 

98 97 Howard 
146 145 Folsom 
194 193 Harrison 
242 241 Bryant 
290 289 Brannan 

FRONT, 

trom Market north to Greenwich. 

R. L. 

— 1 Market 

18 17 Pine 

42 41 California 

66 65 Sacramento 

76 75 Commercial 

86 85 Clay 
110 109 Wauhington 
134 133 Jackson 
158 157 Pacific 
182 181 Broadway 
206 205 Vallejo 
230 229 Green 
554 253 Union 
278 277 Flbert 

Greenwich 

FULLER. 

from Webb west to Kearny be- 
tween California and Sacra- 
mento. 



OEART, 



from 
R. L, 



west to Larkin. 



Market 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

GOLD. 

from Sansome west between Jack- 
son and Pacific. 

GREEN, 

from Front west to Larkin. 
R. L. 

Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

GREENWICH, 

from Front west to Sparks. 
R. L. 

Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Tayk.r 

Jones 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

GUSTAVUS, 

from California north to Sacra- 
mento between Powell and Ma- 
son. 

HOWARD, 

from East st. south-west to Fifth. 
R. L. 

East 

Stewart 

Spear 



APPENDIX STREET I3IKECT0RY. 



R. L, 

Beale 

Fremont 

First 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

HALLECK, 

from Front west to LiedsdorfF, be- 
tween California and Sacramen- 
to sts. 

R. L. 
2 1 Front 

26 25 Battery 

50 49 Sansome 

64 63 Liedsdorff 

HAKRISON, 

from Stewart south-west to Ffth. 
R. L. 

Stewart 

Spear 

Beale 

Frem ont 

First 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

HOWARD, 

from East south-west to Fifth 
R. L. 

East 

Stewart 

Spear 

Beale 

Fremont 

First 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

HYDE, 

from MoAlisternorth to Jefferson. 
R. L. 

McAllister 

Tyler 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Post V 

Sutter 

Bush 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 



R.'L 

Vallcjo 

Green 

Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 

Bay 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson 

JACKSON, 

from East st. west toLarkin, 

R. L. 

•— 1 East 

18 17 Drum 

42 41 Davis 

66 65 Front 

90 89 Battery 
114 113 Sansome 
150 149 Mont2:omery 
186 185 Kearny 
222 221 Dupont 
258 257 Stockton 
294 293 Powell 
330 329 Mason 
366 365 Taylor 
402 401 Jones 
438 437 Leavenworth 
474 473 Hyde 
510 409 Larkin 

JANE, 

from Market south-east to Mis- 
sion between 2d and 3d sts. 

JEFFERSON, 

from Powell west to Webster. 
R. L. 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

Marlette 

Webster 

JONES, 

from Market north to JeflFerson, 
R. L. 

Market 

McAllister 

Tyler 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Post 

Sutter 

Bush 



R. L. 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

AVashington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

Green 

Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 

Bay 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefiferson 

JONES' ALLEY, 

from Washington north to Jack- 
son between Montgomery and 
Sansome. 

JOYCE. 

from Pine north to California, 
between Stockton and Powell. 

KEARNY, 

from Market north to N. Point 
street , 

R. L. 
2 — Market 

— 1 Geary 

26 25 Post 

50 49 Sutter 

74 73 Bush 

98 97 Pine 
122 121 California 
146 145 Sacramento 
156 155 Commercial 
166 165 Clay- 
178 177 AVashington 
202 201 Jackson 
226 225 Pacific 
250 249 Broadway 
274 273 Vallejo 
2^- 297 Green 
^.LJ. 321 Union 
34m :;.!5 Filbert 
37u oSO (iroenwich 
394 %-5 I.umbard 
418 417 Chestnut 

441 Francisco 

465 Bay 

Beach 



KING, 

from Second south-west to Fifth, 
R. L. 

Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 



APPENDIX — STREET DlRECTaUY. 



LAESm, 

from Market nojth to oilier. 
R. L. 

Market 

McAllister 

Tyler 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell , 

Geary 

Post 

Sutter 

Bush 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

Greene 

Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 

Bay 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson 

Collier 

lAURA PLACE, 

from Pine south between Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 

LEAVENWORTH. 

from McAllister north to JeflFer- 
8on 
R. L. 

McAllister 

Tyler 

Turk 
ti Eddy ■ 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Post 

Sutter 

Bush 

Pine 

California 

Sncramento 

<;-lay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

Green 

Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 



R. L. 

Bay 

North Point ' 

Beach 

Jefferson 

LOMBARD, 

from Battery west to Webster. 
R. L. 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Masott 

Taylor 



Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 
• Sparks 
Marietta 
Webster 

LIEDSDORFF, 

from Pine north to Clay, be- 
tween Sansome and Montgom- 
ery. 

R. L. 
2 1 Pine 

26 25 California 

50 49 Sacramento 

60 59 Commercial 

70 69 Clay 

MARKET, 

This street commences at the 
eastern waterfront of the city, 
runs south-west to the city 
limits, and is the centre from 
whence all streets running in 
a northerly or southerly direc- 
tion, are numbered. 

MASON, 

from Market north to Jefferson, 
R. L. 

Market 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellia 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Post 

Sutter 

Bush 
I Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

Green 
I Union 



Filbert 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 

Bay 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson 

McAllister, 

from Market west to Larkin. 
R. L, 

Market 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

melltjs, 

from First south-west to Third, 
between Mission and Howard, 
R. L. 
2 1 First 
74 73 Second 
148 147 Third 

MERCHANT, 

from Front west to Kearny, be- 
tween Clay^a^d Washington 
R. L. 
2 1 Front 
26 25 Battery 
50 49 Sansome 
86 85 Montgomery 
120 119 Kearny 

MICHAEL, 

from Lombard north to Chestnut 
between Stockton and Dupont. 

MINNA, 

from First south-west to third, 
between Mission and Howard. 
R. L. 
2 1 First 
74 73 Second 
148 147 Third 

MISSION, 

from East street south-west to 
Fifth 
R. L. 
2 1 East 
8 7 Stewart 
82 31 Spear 
66 55 Fourth Front 
80 79 Beale 
104 103 Fremont 
128 127 First 
202 201 Second 
276 275 Third 
350 349 Fourth 
424 423 Fifth 



APPENDIX — STREET DIRECTORY. 



MONTGOMERY, 

from Market north to Francisco. 

R. L. 

2 — Market 

— 1 Post 
26 25 Sutter 
50 49 Bush 
70 69 Pine 

98 97 California 
122 121 Sacramento 
134 133 Commercial 
146 145 Clay 
166 165 Wauhington 
198 197 Jackson 
216 215 Pacific 
240 239 Broadway 
264 263 Vallejo 
288 287 Green 
312 311 Union 
336 335 Fibert 
360 359 Greenwich 
384 383 Lombard 
408 407 Chestnut 
431 Francisco 

NORTH POINT ST., 

from Kearny west to Webster. 
R. L. 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

Marlette 

Webster 

O'FARREI, 

from Market west to Larkin. 
R. L 

Market 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

OHIO, 

from Pacific north to Broadway. 
R. L. 
2 1 Pacific 
24 23 Broadway 

PACIFIC, 

from East street west to Larkin. 
R. L. 

— 1 East 

— 5 Drum 
32 81 Davis 



R. L. 

56 55 
80t 79 
104 103 
140 139 
176 175 
212 211 
248 247 
284 283 
820 319 
856 355 
392 391 
428 427 
464 403 
500 499 



Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 



PARKER, 

from Pine north to California, be- 
tween Dupont and Stockton. 

PEARL, 

from Front West to Sansome, be- 
tween Filbert and Greenwich. 

PIKE, 

from Sacramento north to Wash- 
iugton, between Dupont and 
Stockton. 

R. L. 
2 1 Sacramento 

26 25 Clay 

48 47 Washington 

PINCKNEY PLACE, 

trom Broadway north between 
Kearny and Dupont. 

PINE, 

from Market west to Larkin, 

R. L. 
2 —Davis 

26 25 Front 

50 49 Battery 

74 73 Sansome 
110 109 Montgomery 
146 145 Kearny 
182 181 Dupout 
218 217 Stockton 
254 253 Powell 
290 289 Mason 
326 325 Taylor 
362 361 Jones 
898 397 Leavenworth 
434 433 Hyde 
470 469 Larkin 

PORTER, 

from O'Farrell, N. to Geary, be- 
tween Stockton and Powell. 

POST, 

from Market, W. to Larkin. 
?R. L. 

Market 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 



Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

POWELL, 

from Mtrket, N. to JefferBon. 

R. L. 

Market 
2 1 Eddy 

26 25 Ellis 

50 49 O'Farrell 

74 73 Geary 

98 97 Post 
122 121 Sutter 
146 145 Bush 
170 169 Pine 
194 193 California 
218 217 Sacramento 
242 241 Clay 
266 265 Washington 
290 289 Jackson 
314 313 Pacific 
338 337 Broadway 
362 361 Vallejo 
386 385 Greene 
410 409 Union 
434 433 Filbert 
458 447 Greenwich 
482 481 Lombard 
506 505 Chesnut 
530 529 Francisco 
554 553 Bay 
577 577 North Point 
602 601 Beach 
626 625 Jefferson 

PROSPECT, 

from Sacramento, N. to Clay, be- 
tween Stockton to Powell. 

RYLEY, 

from Taylor, W. to Jones, between 
Sacramento and Clay 

SACRAMENTO, 

from Market, W. to Larkin. 

R. L. 

1 Little East 

14 13 Drum 

28 27 Davis 

52 51 Front 

76 75 Battery 
100 99 Sansome 
106 105 Leidsdorff 
132 131 Montgomery 
168 167 Kearny 
204 203 Dupont 
240 239 Stockton 
276 275 Powell 
312 311 Mason 
348 347 Taylor 
384 383 Jones 



APPENDIX — STREET DIRECTORY. 


7 


R. L. 


R. L. 


R. 


L. 


420 419 Leavenworth 


170 169 California 




Geary 


456 455 Hyde 


194 193 Sacramento 




Post 


492 491 Larkin 


218 217 Clav 




Sutter 


SALMON, 


242 241 Washington 




Bush 


from Jackson, N. to Broadway, 
between Mason and Taylor. 


266 265 Jackson 
290 289 Pacific 
314 313 Broadway 




Pine 

California 

Sacramento 


SALMON PLACE, 


338 337 Vallejo 
362 361 Greene 




Clay 
Washmgton 


from Greene, N. to Union, be- 


386 385 Union 




Jackson 


tween Mason and Taylor 


410 409 Filbert 




Pacific 




434 433 Greenwich 




Broadway 


SANSOME, 


458 457 Lombard 




Vallejo 


from Market, N. to Chernut. 
R. L. 
2 1 Sutter 


482 481 Chesnut 
506 505 Francisco 




Greene 
Union 


530 529 Bay 




Filbert 


26 25 Bush 
50 49 Pine 
74 73 California 
96 95 Sacramento 


554 553 North Point 




Greenwich 


578 577 Beach 

STOUT'S ALLEY. 




Lombard 

Chesnut 

Francisco 

Bny 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson 


108 107 Commercial 


from Washington, N. to Pacific, 




J16 115 Clay 


between Dupont and Stockton. 




126 125 Merchant 
136 135 Washington 


STUYVESANT, 




160 159 Jackson 
284 183 Pacific 


from Pine S., between Sansome 




THIRD, 


208 207 Broadway 


and Montgomery 


from Market, S. E. to Channel. 


232 231 Vallejo 
254 253 Greene 


SPEAR, 


R. 


Market 


280 279 Union 


from Market, S. E. to Bryant 




Mission 


304 303 Filbert 


R. L. 




Howard 


328 327 Greenwich 


2 1 Market 




Folsome 


352 351 Lombard 


50 49 Mission 




Harrison 


376 375 Chesnut 


98 97 Howard 




Bryant 




146 145 Folsome 




Brannon 


SECOND, 


194 193 Harrison 




Townsend 


from Market, S. E. to Berry 


242 241 Bryant 




King 
Berry 


R. L. 

2 1 Market 


SUMNER, 




Channel 


50 49 Mission 


from Montgomery, W. to Kearny, 




TURK, 

Market, W. to Larkin 

" Market 
Mason 
Taylor 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 


98 97 Howard 
146 145 Folsom 


between Pine and Caliiornia. 


from 
R. 


194 193 Harrison 


SUTTER, 


242 241 Bryant 
290 289 Brannan 


from Market "W. to Larkin 
R. L. 

Market 

Sansome 

Montgomery 




338 337 Townsend 
362 361 King 
386 385 Berry 




STEUART, 


Kearny 
Dupont 




Larkin 


from Market, S. E. to Harrison 


Stockton 




TYLER. 


R. L. 


Powell 


from Market. W. to Larkin. 


Market 


Mason 


R. 


L. 


Mission 


Taylor 




Market 


Howard 


.Jones 




Taylor 
Jones 


Folsom 


Leavenworth 




Harrison 


Hyde 




Leavenworth 




Larkin 




Hyde 
Larken 


STOCKTON, 






from Market, N. to Beach. 


TAYLOR. 






h ^- ... 


from Market, N. to Jefferson 




TOWNSEND, 


2 1 Ellis 


R. L. 


from First. S. W. to Fifth. 


26 25 O'Farrell 


Market 


R. 


L 


50 49 Geary 


Tyler 




First 


74 73 Post 


Turk 




Second 


98 97 Sutter 


Eddy 




Third 


122 121 Bush 


Ellis 




Fourth 


146 145 Pine 


O'Farrell 




Fffth 



8 APPENDIX — STREET DIRECTORY. 


UIIION, 


R. L. 


474 473 Hyde 




Powell 


510 .509 larkin 


from Front, W. to Larkin. 
R. L. 


Mason 
Taylor 
Jones 


WASHIGTON LANE, 


Front 


from Washington, N. to Jackson, 


Battery 


Leavenworth 


between Kearny and Dupont 


Sansome 


Hyde 
Larkin 




Montgomery 


WAVEBLY, 


Kearny 




from Market, N. to Geary, bet. 


Dupont 


VIRGINIA, 


Dupont and Stockton. 


Stockton 




R. L. 


Powell 


from "Washington, N. to Pacific. 


Market 


Mason 


R. L. 


O'Farrell 


Taylor 


2 1 Washington 


Geary 


Jones 


29 25 Jackson 




Leavenworth 


48 47 Pacific 


WEBB, 


Hyde 
Larkin 


WASHINGTON, 


from Pine, N. to Sacramento, bet. 
Montgomery and Kearny. 


UNION PLACE, 


from East street, W. to Larkin. 
R. L. 


R. L. 
2 1 Pine 


from Greene, N. to Union, bet. 


2 1 L. East 


26 25 California 


Dupont and Stockton. 


26 25 Drum 
50 49 Davis 


48 47 Sacramento 


VATiLEJO, 


74 73 Front 


WEBSTER LANE, ' 




98 97 Battery 


from Lombard, N. to Chesnut, be- 


from Davis, W. to Larkin. 
R. L. 


122 121 Sansome 
158 157 Montgomery 


tween Montgomery and Kearny 


Davis 

Front 


196 195 Kearny 
222 221 Dupont 


WETMORE PLACE, 


Battery 


258 257 Stockton 


from Clay, N. to Washington, be- 


Sansome 


294 293 Powell 


tween Powell and Mason 


Montgomery 


330 329 Mason 




Kearny 


366 365 Tavlor 


YANSEN, 


Dupont 


402 401 Jones 


from Greenwich, N. to Lombard, 


Stockton 


438 437 Leavenworth 


between Mason and Taylor. 



BOUNDARIES OF CITY WARDS. 

WARD NO. 1 — Includes that portion of the City situated east of a line running through the cen- 
tre of Montgomery street, and west of a line running through the centre of Jackson street. 

WARD NO. 2 — Includes that portion west of said line in Montgomery street, and north of said line 
in Jackson street 

WARD NO. 3 — Includes that portion situated east of a line running through the centre of Mont- 
gomery street, and between the said line in Jackson street and a line running through the centre of 
Sacramento street. 

WARD NO. 4 — Includes that portion situated west of the aforesaid line in Montgomery street, and 
between said line in Jackson street and a line ruuning through the centre of Clay street 

WARD NO. 5 — ^Includes all that portion situated between the intersection of Sacramento and Mar- 
ket streets, and the aforesaid line in Montgomery street, and between the line in Sacramento street 
and a line running through the centre of Market street 

WARD NO. 6 — Includes that portion situated west of said line in Montgomery street, and between 
the aforesaid line in Clay street and a line running through the centre of Bush street. 

AVARD NO. 7 — Includes that portion south and east of said line in Market street, and east of a 
line running through the centre of Fourth street. 

WARD NO. 8 — Includes that portion west of said line in Fourth street, and south of said line in 
Bush street, commencing at INIontgomery street and running through the said street to the centre of 
Market street, thence up Market street to its intersection with Fourth street. 



APPENDIX — STATE AND CITY OFFICERS. 



STATE OFFICERS. 

John Bigler, Governor; Samuel Piirdy, Lieut. Governor; Richard Roman, 
Treasurer; Winslow S. Pierce, Comptroller; Wm. M. Eddy, Surveyor General; 
Wm. Van Voorhies, Secretary of State; S. C. Hastings, Attorney General; John 
S. Marvin, Superintendent Public Instruction. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Board of Supervisors. — C. J. Brenham, President; J. P. Flint, J. P. Haven, 
Wm. A. Dana, Chas. L. Case, T. H. Selby, A. J. Bowie, G. K. Gluyas, E. J. 
Moore, R. O. Tripp, F. Sanchez, John Treat. 

E. A. Edgerton, Clerk; Jas. H. Hess, Sergeant-at-arms. 

Recorder and Auditor, T. B. Russum; Treasurer, Jos. Shannon; Attorney, 
H. H. Byrne; Surveyor, Wm. P. Humphreys; Assessor, Henry Vanderveer; Pub- 
lic Administrator, D. T. Bagley. 

Commissioners of the FuSded Debt — F. D. Kohler, President; S. R; 
Harris, Secretary; Otto Frank. 

Sheriff, John C. Hays; Under Sheriff, John Caperton; Deputies, John A. 
Freaner, Thos. P. Johnson. B. F. Harley, Thos. Hayes. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor, C. J. Brenham; Recorder, G. W. Baker; Comptroller, R. Matheson 
Treasurer, Hamilton Bowie; Attorney, Jno. K. Hackett; Marshal, R. G. Cro- 
zier; Tas Collector, Lewis Teal; Street Comm,issioner, Wm. Divier; Assessors, 
M. D. Eyre, J. L. Anderson, Jas. O'Callahan. 

COUNCIL. 

Aldermen — J. P. Haven, President. 1st Ward, J. P. Flint; 2d, J. P. Haven; 
3d, Wm. A. Dana; 4th. Chas. L. Case; 5th, T. H. Selby; 6th, A. J. Bowie; 7th 
G. K. Gluyas; 8th, E. J. Moore. 

E. A. Edgerton, Clerk; J. H. Hess, Sergeant-at-arms. 

Assistants — Jas. DeLong, President. 1st Ward, H. N. Squier; 2d, Wm. H. 
Bovee; 3d, H. R. Haste; 4th, G. W. Bryant; 5th. James DeLong; 6th, Edward 
Byrne; 7th, J. B. Piper; 8th, Thos. Hayes. 

Ed. Toby, Clerk; S. R. Weed, Sergeant-at-arm^s. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Finance, Flint, Bowie and Case; Streets, Gluyas, Moore and Dana; Fire and 
Water, Case, Gluyas and Bowie ; Health and Police, Bowie, Selby and Flint; 
Judiciary, Dana, Moore and Bowie; Ordinances, Selby, Moore and Case; Rules, 
Selby, Moore and Dana; Auditing, Flint, Case and Selby; Salaries, Flint, Gluyas 
and Selby; Licenses and Excise, Case, Moore and Dana; Printing, Daiia, Bowie 
and Case. 



10 APPENDIX — COURTS. 



COMMISSIONERS FUNDED DEBT, CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

P. A. Morse, President. D. J. Tallant, B. C. Sanders, Smyth Clarke. 
Wm. Hooper, Secretary. 

HARBOR MASTER, 
W. T. Thompson. Office, 31 Pacific street. 

PORT WARDENS. 

— Ross — Office, 134 Cahfornia street; George S. Porter — Office, 154 Front; R. 
H. Wakeman — Office 154 Front; Brennard 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

Beverly C. Sanders, President; Samuel Moss, jr., \st Vice President; Robert 
Rodgers, 2d Vice President; L. W. Sloat, Secretary, Treasurer and Librarian 

Committee of Appeals — J. W. Bingham, S. C. Simmons, E. Herrick, F. W. 
Macondray, Emile Grisar, J. J. Chauviteau. 

p,ooms in Merchants' Exchange, 121-123 Sacramento street. 

COURTS. 

U. S. DISTRICT COURT, Ogden Hoffinan, Jr., Jndge, John A. Monroe, 
Clerk. 

Terms for San Francisco, June and September. Court Room in the build- 
ing, 89 to 95 Merchant street. 

SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Solomon Hey- 
denfeldt. Chief Justice. Hugh Murray and Alexander Wells, Associate Jnstices. 
Eugene H Tharpe, Clerk. 

Ge?ieral Terms, First Monday in January, April, July and October. 

Special Terms, Second Monday in J une, August, September, November and • 
December. 

DISTRICT COURT, 4th District. Hon. Delos Lake, Judge. James E. 
Wainright, Clerk. 

Regular Terms, First Monday of the months of January, March, May, July, 
September and November. 

SUPERIOR COURT, John Satterlee, Judge. Wm. B. Olds, Clerk. 
General Terms, First Monday in each month, and continue three weeks. 
Special Terms, Fourth Monday in every month. 

COUNTY COURT; For Trial of Appeals. Alexander Campbell, Judge. 
James E. Wainwright, Clerk. 

Regular Term^, First Monday in January, March, May, July, September and 
November. \ 



APPENDIX — COURTS. 11 



COURT OF SESSIONS, Alexander Campbell, Judge.—F'iTSi Monday in 
every month. 

PROBATE COURT, Alexander Campbell, C. Judge, and ex. off. Jodge of 
Probate. — Always in Session. 

JUSTICES' COURTS — 

First Township, E. C. Clarke, Justice. S. C. Harding, Constable. Office 172 
Pacific 

Second Township, P. W. Shepheard, Justice. W. H. Silverthorn, Constable. 
Office, west side Plaza, 

Third Township, J. B. Carr, Jastice. W. J. Redman, Constable. Office 29 
LiedsdorfF. 

Fourth Township, M. T. O'Connor, Justice. Thomas Dorland, Constable 
Office, corner Bush and Montgomery streets. 

Fifth Township, R. E. Hunter, Justice. J. L. Tool, Constable. 



JUDGES AND INSPECTORS OF ELECTION. 

1st Ward — Inspector, U. Shillaber ; Judges, W. H. Cowper, Alex. Hamilton. 
2d Ward — Inspector, J Vandewater ; Judges, Sam Marx, Gaylord Heath. 
3d Ward — Inspector, George Barron ; Judges, Rufus Roe, L A Levy 
4th Ward — Inspector, A B Stout ; Judges, Wm Douglass, S K Labatt. 
5th Ward — Inspector, J Eyre ; Judges, J W Eaton, F O Wakeman. 
Cth Ward — Inspector, C W Dmry ; Judges, J R Dunglison, W C Hinckley. 
7th Ward — Inspector, Jas Cusick ; Judges, J C Hubbard, F R Wilson. 
■ 8th Ward — Inspector, Jas R Johnson ; Judges, E Carpenter, J J White. 
0th District — Inspe'ctor, W F McLean ; Judges, J Behrens, T S Mahony. 
10th Precinct — Inspector, Willard Whipple ; Judges, Thos Jones, Hemy Acton. 
11th Precinct — None chosen. 

V 

U. S. SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, in Palmer, Cook & Go's build- 
ing, Iveainy street near the Custom House. 

Samuel D King, Surveyor- General ; Clerks, Leander Ransom, J R Dunglia- 
son, Nicholas King, R De Zaldo, J De La Caniara. 

U. S. ARMY OFFICE, in Folsom's iron building, cornor of California and 
Liedsdorff streets. 

Gen. E A Hitchcock, Cominand'g Pacific Division. Maj. E D Townsend, 
Adjutant- General. Major O Cross, Q,uar. Mas. General. Major A R Eaton, 
Chief. Com. Sub. Major H Leonard, Paymaster. Lieut. M M. Gardner, A. 
De Camp. 



12 APPENDIX — POST OFFICE, 



POST OFFICE. 

[Clay street opposite the Plaza.] 

Postmaster, Jacob B Moore ; Chief Clerk, Chas C Moore ; Clerks, Francis B 
Casas, Timothy Paige, William W Armstrong, J B Moore, Jr, Ezekiel De Wolfe, 
John G Clark, Aug. Covillard. 

Beside the above, temporary clerks are employed on the arrival and despatch of 
the great Atlantic mails. 

Office Hours—From April to October, 7 A Mto 6 P M ; from October to April, 
8 A M to .5 P M. 

Atlantic Mails — The great Mails for the Atlantic States and Europe leave 
on the 1st and 16th of each month. The mails close at the office at 10 o'clock, 
P M, of the evening previous. 

Mails for Sacramento and the Northern Mines, close daily at 3 o'clock, 
P M. For Benicia, Vallejo, (fee, at the same hour. 

Mails for Stockton and the Southern Mines, close daily, at 3 P M. 

Mails for San Jose, <fec., daily at 7 A M. 

Mails for Monterey, Santa Barbara, Los Angelos, San Diego, Aca- 
pulco, Panama, South America and the West Indies, are despatched regu- 
larly, on the 1st and 16th of each month. 

Mails for China, for the Sandwich Islands, and for Australia, are for- 
warded from San Francisco Post Office, by every suitable opportunity, containing 
all letters and papers, the inland postage of which is pre-paid to San Francisco — 
leaving the sea postage to be collected in the ports where the mails are delivered. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 
Letter Postage — On any letter, manuscript, or paper of any kind, contain- 
ing marks or writing, and not exceeding half an ounce in iceight. 

From any point in California, Oregon or Utah, to any other point in said State 
or Territories, 3 cents pre-paid, 5 cents unpaid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to any point east of the Rocky Mountains, 
6 cents pre-paid, 10 cents unpaid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to San Bias, Mazatlan, Acapulco, or other 
Mexican Ports on the Pacific, 10 cents pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to Panama, 20 cents pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to points in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile, 
or places in New Grenada beyond Panama, 50 cents single, in all cases to be pre- 
paid. [This includes the entire American and South American postage.] 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to any point in Canada, New Brunswick, 
Nova Scotia or Newfoundland, 15 cents single, paid or unpaid, at the option of the 
writer. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to Havana, Cuba, 20 cents, pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to the British West Indies, viz : Antigua, 
Barbadoes, Bahamas, Berbice, Cariacou, Demerara, Dominica, Essequibo, Gren- 
ada, Honduras, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, To- 
bago, Tortola or Trinidad, 20 cents. (American postage,) pre-paid. 



APPENDIX — STATE AND CITY OFFICERS. 



13 



From California, Oregon or Utah, to the West India Islands, (not British,) Mex- 
ico, ports or points in the Gulf of Mexico, or places on the Atlantic coast of South 
America not m British possession, 45 cents, pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to England, Scotland or Ireland, 29 cents, 
paid or unpaid, at the option of the writer. 



The postage to the folloiving countries must be in all cases pre-paid, 
or the letters will not he forwarded : 
France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Na- 
ples and the Roman States, 26 cents. 



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APPENDIX — POST OFFICE. 



DIRECTIONS. 

1. Transient matter to be entitled to the benefit cf the rates first above mentioned, must be pre- 
paid at the mailing office. If not pre-paid, it is subject to double said rates. 

2. Small newspapers, etc., when sent in packets of less than eight ounces, must be rated singly. 

8. Books, sent unpaid, are subject to a postage of fifty per cent, in addition to their pre-paid 
rates 

4. The weight of newspapers, periodicals, or other printed matter, must be taken or determined 
when they are in a dry state ; and when the weight of any book or other publication exceeds one 
pound, the same progressive rates, above laid down, must be charged. 

5. Newspapers, periodicals, magazines, or any ether printed paper, or matter, must be sent 
"without any covers or wrappers, or in covers or wrappers open at the ends or sidej^, so that the chai- 
acter of the matter contained therein may be determined without removing such wrappers. 

6. In case there is on or in any newspaper, periodical, pamphlet, or other printed matter or paper 
connected therewith, any manuscript of any kind by which information shall be asked for, or com- 
municated in writing, or by marks or signs, or tlie directions herein prescribed are in any other res- 
pect not complied with, the same becomes subject to letter postage ; and it is the duty of the Post- 
master to remove the wrappers or envelopes from all printed matter, not charged with letter postage, 
for the purpose of ascertaining whether there is upon or connected with such printed matter, or in 
such package, any matter or thing which would authorize or require the charge of a higher rate of 
postage thereon. 



(Quarterly rates of Postage, when paid in advance, on Newspapers and Peri- 
odicals sent from the office of pubhcation to actual Subscribers, from and 
after the 30th of September, 1852. 



Weekly ncwspr.pers, (one copy only,) 
sent to actual subscribers within 
the county where published and 
printed, - 



Cts. 



Newspapers and periodicals not ex- 
ceeding one and one half ounces in 
weight, when circulated in the 
State where published, - - - - 



Newspapers and periodicals of the 
weight of three ounces, and un- 
der, sent to any part of the United 
States, - 



Over three and not over four ounces. 
Over four and not over five ounces. 
Over five and not over six ounces, 
Over six and not over seven ounces, 
Over seven and not over eight ounces. 



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91 
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DIRECTIONS. 



1. When the weight of any publication exceeds eight ounces, the same progressive rate of post- 
age, laid down in the above table, must be charged. 

2. Publishers of newspepers .aul periodicals may send to eacli other from their respective offi • 
ces of puclication, free of postage, one copy of eacli publication; and may also send to each actual 
subscriber, enclosed in their publications, bills and receips for the same, free of postage. 



APPENDIX CUSTOM HOUSE. 15 



3. Postmasters are not entitled to receive newspapers free of postage under their franking privi- 
lege. 

4. If the publisher of any newspaper or periodical, after hcinji three months duly notified that his 
publication is not taken out of the office to which it is sent fdi- delivery, continues to forward such 
publication in the mail, tlic postmaster to whose office such publication is sent will dispose of the same 
for tlie postage, unless the publisher sh:ill pay it; and whenever any printed matter of any descrip- 
tion, received during one quarter of tlio fiscal year, sliall have remained in the office without being 
called for during tlie whole of any siuceoding quarter, the Postmaster of such office will sell the 
same and credit the proceeds of such sale in his quarterly accounts in the usual manner. 

5 Qu.-irterly payments in advance may be made either at the mailing office or the office of delivery. 
"Wlien made at tlie mailing office, satisfactoryevidence of such payment must be exhibited to the Post- 
master at tlie (jffice of delivery. 



CUSTOM HOUSE 



Col Beverly C Sanders, Collector Cyril V-Grey collector's clerk 

Sheldon U Hopkins, deputy collector Roger S Baldwin, invoice clerk 

Wm Connell Walker, cashier J C Gummere, miscellaneous clerk 

Wm Wain, jr, assistant cashier Albert Galloway, impost clerk 

Joseph L Moody, permit clerk Henry S Bunker, auditor 

Frank D Clayton, bond clerk Robt O Stardivant, bookkeeper 

Fred A Sawyer, clearance clerk G S Goodman, do 

Joseph W Finley, entrance clerk Wm F Hyde, watchman 

George R Davidson, warehouse clerk Jas McDonald, do 

Frank B Schaetfer, do do Wm D Robertson, do 

Wm W Hawks, register clerk Chas L Wilson, do 

Algernon Smith, do do Lawrence Smith, Messenger 

Casper F Hopkins, deposit clerk Thos Coogan, do 

Brinsmade A A, entry clerk James Murray, porter 
Marcus D Boruck, entry clerk 

NAVAL OFFICE. 

Col Jacob Alexander Cost, Naval Officer Wm M Rundell, clerk 

F A Mudge, deputy Naval Officer J F Sterling, do 

D M Devitt, cashier • Alex P Sterling, do 

John Duer, jr, clerk Edwin Shippen, do 

SURVEYOR'S OFFICE. 

Col Hart Fellows, surveyor Joseph Burton, clerk 

Geo W Guthrie, deputy Henry H. Fellows, clerk 

Chas D Poston, clerk Trevannian Bartlett, messenger 
Edward Giddings, jr, clerk 

APPRAISER'S OFFICE— Cor ?ier California and Sansomc streets. 

J Vincent Browne, appraiser Joseph W Austin, clerk 

James Pendleton, appraiser Joseph Lewis, clerk 

Chas H. Rockwell, assistant R J C Pendleton, clerk 

Abel S Dungan, assistant S E Teschmaker, clerk 

Bernard Allien, clerk M D Van Loan, clerk 



16 



APPENDIX— CUSTOM HOUSE. 



STORE-KEEPER'S 

Frank Ward, storekeeper 
Robt B Qiiayle, assistant 
Flournoy Shockley, clerk 
Royal H Thayer, clerk 
Hector H Mcl^ean, inspector 
Louis F Zantzinger, inspector 
Chas R Peters, inspector 



OFFICE — Custom House Basement. 

Wm L ITendriclison, inspector 
Joseph H D McKee, inspector 
Joseph A Sproule, inspector 
Wm Neely Johnson, inspector 
James F Q,uin, inspector 
John Kempsey, inspector 



WEIGHERS AND MEASURERS. 

Selim E Woodworth James S Wethered 



James Fitton 



GAUGERS. 

Joseph Adams, jr Francis G Wetmore 

MEASURER OF VESSELS— William Whitney 



INSPECTORS 

Uriel Shilliber 
Wm H Cranska 
James W Goodrich 

Wm McMichael 
Edward A White 
Michael Delaney 
R B Hampton 

Abell Oliver C 
Butler J M 
Bowman Alexander 
Bagley Wm D 
Cowper Wm H 
Conjiingham Grove 
Clarke Ed St Clair 
CunifFe Henry 
Crovat P A 
Douglass David F jr 
Dougherty Richard 
Dudley G L 
Eldredge John 



OF CUSTOMS— U S Barge 
Ellis Irving A 
Endicott Henry C 
Foster Chas E 
Fendall Philip A 
Goodlander Daniel 
Grover Wm A 
Garnett Louis A 
Hambleton Alexander 
Haralson John H 
Hayden Stephen C 
Hall Richard H 
Hall C C 
Hall Stephen B 
Jenifer Walter H 
Johnson Elliott 
Kittrell John R 
Knott R F 
Lane Ebenezer 
Lamb Seth 
Lawrence B S 
Muirhead John 
McCullough David 



Office, Clark's Point. 
O'Bryan John F 
Pindell J Morrison 
Peabody A W 
Poole Wm T 
Porter Henry O 
Rigg Edwin A 
Ruddach Jos H 
Richards C L 
Sprague Chas J 
Smyley Jas W 
Simpson John O 
Sweetser Chas P 
Sullivan Meridith A 
Stettinius Joseph S 
Smith John Triplett 
Tayloe J Rhodes 
Thomas Chas G 
Thompson S T 
Vinson John E 
Wilkinson Ross 
Wilson Micajah D 



PILOTS. 

OLD LINE PILOTS, Office on Cunningham's Wharf. 

James Dayley, P McNelly, Thomas Rodgers 

John Delavan, J T Schander, William Shelley 

T R Downer, E Jenkins, Levije, 

A Buckingham, J S Urie, Wm Amos, 

Wm Griffin, W H Jolliff, W H Letton, 

J Ingraham, Samuel Nathan, 

Boats, Fanny, Sea Witch, and Relief. 

James Nelson, Agent—James C Darling, Collector. 



APPENDIX — FOREIGN CONSULS. 17 



OPPOSITION LINE— Organized April 15th, 1850, Office 16 Sacramento st. 

Pilots — H Van Ness, C H Domett, William E Domett, 
B F Ford, Matthew Hale, Daniel Murphy, 

W W Neal, E H Palmer. 

Boats — R B Potter, and Favorite. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS, Office 27 Sacramento street. 

B C Sanders, J B Thomas, N G Pettit, Charles Welsh. 

PORT WARDENS, Ross, 134 California St.— Levy S Porter, 154 Front st. 



STATE MARINE HOSPITAL. 
Board of Trustees. 
John W McDougal, Alexander Campbell, Henry H Byrne, 
F D Kohler, J C Palmer. 

The Mayor of the city and President ot the Board of Commerce are also ex. off. 
members of the Board of Trustees. 

Treasurer, Edward McGowan, Office in Hort's Building, 92 Jackson street. 
Clerk, Henry Haskell, " " " 92 « « 

Resident Physician, Dr S B Mills, 
Visiting Physician, Dr A J Bowie, Office 183 Dupont street, 

" " Dr H H Toland, 153 Montgomery street. 

Apothecary, F T Maynard, 
Steward, W L Kirby. 

Hospital on Filbert street, between Stockton and Powell. 



FOREIGN CONSULS. 

Austrian Consul, S J Gower. 

British " George Aiken, 104 Front street. 

Bremen " A Von Hegmen, J Schultze acting do, 126 California st. 

Belgian " H Achette, 373 Powell. 

Chilian " William Murray, 106 Montgomery street. 

Danish " Joseph Frontin, 130 Clay. 

French " P Dillon, Jackson corner Mason streets. 

Hamburgh " A Godefroy, 141 Clay — H Reincke act'g do, 122 California 

Hanoverian " OH Frank, 30 Battery street. 

Hawaian " J F S pence, 137 Montgomery street. 

Mecklenburg Schwerin, J De Fremery, 168 Sansome street. 

Mexican " WE Barron, acting Con, 92 Merchant street. 

Netherlands " J P H Gildemeester, 168 Sansome street. 

Norway and Sweden, J J L Heiiich, Mary's Alley near California street. 



18 APPKXDIX — ASSOCIATIONS. 

Nicaragua Consul, E Casafousth, 160 Clay street. 

Oldenburgh " H F Von Lengerke, 30 Battery street. 

Peru " J Garcia, 101 Montgomery street. 

Portugese " J Searle, 127 California street. 

Portugese V Consul, H E Wilby, 71 Jackson street, 

Prussian Consul, A Godflefroy, H Reincke, acting do, 122 California. 

Spanish " J M Satrustcgui, J Garcia, acting do, 161 Montgomery st. 

Swiss " F DeRutte, 172 Montgomery. 

Sardinia " Leonette Cipriani, Sutter above Dupont. 

Agent for French Underioriters — J J Chauviteau, 149 Washington street. 



ASSOCIATIONS BENEVOLENT AND SOCIAL. 

American Bible Society — Agency at the Depository of the S F Bible Society, 
on Stockton, between Greene and Union streets. Frederick Buell, agent. 

American S S Union — Depository of the Publications of the ASS Union, at 
the Tract House, 227 Clay street. Rev A H Myers, agent^U 

Pacific Tract Society — Organized February 24, 18iJ^. Rev O C Wheeler, 
President; T J Nevins, Corresj)onding Sec'y, Depositary and Gen'l Agent; 
W Leonard, Recording Sec'y; D L Ross, Treasurer; Rev O C Wheeler, Wil- 
lard Leonard, D L Ross, D S Turner, T H Selby, Executive Committee. De- 
pository, 227 Clay street. 

San Francisco Bible Society — Organized Oct 1849. Hon D O Shattock, 
Prest; H H Haight, Sec^y; Frederick Buell, Agent. Depository on Stockton 
street, between Greene and Union. 

Eureka Benevolent Society— August Helling, Prest; J Regensburger, Vice 
President, Washington street, fronting Plaza; David Stern, Se&y, 157 California 
street; S Lazard, Cashier, cor Montgomery and Pine; E C Berg, C Morganthau, D. 
Bauernfreind, H D Silverman, H Regensburger, Trustees. 

French Benevolent Society — E Delessert, Prest; H A Cobb, V Prest; A Co- 
villard, Sec'y; H Schroder, Treas. Office 221 Clay street. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society {First) — Israel Solomons, Prest; A Weiss, Vice 
Prest; A Greenbanm, Sec^y; H M Lewis, Treas. 

New England Society — President, Gen James Wilson, New Hampshire; Vice 
Presidents, W H Clark, Maine, W A Dana, Vermont, G W Gibbs, Rhode Island, 
Jeremiah Clarke, Connecticut, E G Austin, Mass ; Lewis R Lull, Cor Sec; H F , 
Dana, Rec Sec; J C Derby, Treas. 

San Francisco Philharmonic Society — Henry Meiggs, Pres; G J H Sanders, 
Vice Pres; Ira P Rankin, Treas; C T Hopkine, Sec; Directors, 1st, James M 
Swift ; 2d, John H Titcomb; 3d, John M Danforth ; Musical 1 Hrector, George 
Loder. 

Hibernian Society— Bi R K Nuttall, Pres; Dr P M O'Brien, 1st Vice Pres; 
D J Oliver, 2d V Pres; R F Ryan, Rec Sec; Henry Toomy, Cor Sec; Robert 
Sherwood, Treas. 



APPENDIX ASSOCIATIONS. 19 

San Francisco Cricket Club— President, George Aikin ; V Presidents, C T 
Emmet and E D Heatley ; Secretarij, J B Moiitifore ; Treasurer, W L Brooks ; 
Committee, M Delaney and L Price. 

Pacific (7;2«6— Beverly C Sanders, Pres; T G Carey, Jr. Sec; E D Hoatley, 
i Treas; Governing Committee, Beverly C Sanders, Wm Wain, Jr, C T Emmet, 
F Vassault, Dr A J Bowie, Robert Rodgers, T J Gary, Jr, James C Ward. 

German Cluh—0 H Franck, Pres; Wm Schldden, Sec and LiVn; Frederick 
Leppien, Treas. 

German Turnverein — Charles Krug, Pres; Frederick Gilbrecht, Vice Pres: 
Charles Ostner, Sec; H Heryer, Treas. Vallejo street below Stockton. 

German Sangerhund — H Neuhaus, Pres; Dr J Regensburger, Vice Pres; 
Charles Duisenburger, Sec; D Jacoby, Treas; F G Hahman, Librarian; Dr G 
Malech, Director. 

MASONIC. 

San Francisco R A Chapter, No 1, meet every Tuesday evening, at their 
Hall, on Washington street. R F Knott, HP; J D Criegh, Secretary. 

California Lodge, No \, F 6^ A M., meet every Thursday evening, at their 
Hall, on Washington street; R F Knott, W M; Sam'l J Gower, Secretary. 

San Francisco Lodge, No 7, F t^' A M, meet every Wednesday evening, at 
their Hall, on Washington street. J J Papy, W M; Wm Craine, Sec^y, 

Occidental Lodge, No 22, F &. A M, meet every Monday evening, at their 
Hall, on Washington street. Jas Rice, jr, TT iVf; R B Hampton, Secretary. 

Perfaite Union Lodge, No 17, ^ & A M, meet every Friday evening at 
! their Hall, on Washington street. L Herman, W M; J De Rosoy, Sec^y. 

I. O. of O. F. 

Qalifornia Lodge, Nol, meets every Monday evening, at their Lodge rooms, 
80 Kearny street. Sam'l Fleischacker, N G 

San Francisco Lodge, No 3, meets every Monday evening, at 7 o'clock, at 86 
Kearny street. F R Eddie, iV G. 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE. 

' California Division, No 2, meets every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock, in the 
Hall of the Sons of Temperance, 244 Dupont street. 

Excelsior Division, No G, meets every Monday evening, in the Hall of the S 
of T, 224 Dupont street 

Golden Gate Division, No 12, meets every Wednesday evening, at the same 
place. 



20 APPENDIX — CHURCHES. 



CHURCHES. . 

Baptist Chnrch, (First) — Washington street, between Stockton and Dupont 
Rev B. Brierly, Pastor. 

Services, on the Sabbath at 1 L A M, and half past 7 PM. Sabbath School 
and Bible Class at 2 P M. 

Baptist Church, (Second) — Pine street, above Montgomery. Rev Wm. Rollin- 
son, Pastor. 

Services, on the Sabbath at 11 AM, and 7 o'clock, P M. Sabbath School at 
half past 2 PM. A Ijccture on Tuesday and Prayer Meeting on Friday evening 
of each week. 

Congregational Church, (First) — Corner Jackson and Virginia streets. Rev. 
T D Hunt, Pastor; Residence corner Mason and Vallejo streets. 

Services on the Sabbath, at 11 A M, and 3i P M. Sabbath School and Bible 
Class at 2 P M. .^ 

Congregation Emanuel — Synagogue 86 Kearny street. Jos Shannon, Pres; 
S Fleishhacker, Vice Pres; S Tilleyer, Treas; E M Berg, Sec. 

Church of St. Francis, (Roman Catholic) — On Vallejo street, near Dupont. 
Rt Rev D Allemany and Rev John Scanlan. 

Services at 10 AM. 

Grace Church, (Episcopal) — Powell street near Jackson. Rev P L Ver Mehr, 
Pastor. Residence next door south of church. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 AM, and half past 7 PM. 

Howard Street Church — (Presbyterian) — Howard street, H. Valley. Rev S 
H Willey, Pastor. House corner Second and Melius streets. , 

Services every Sabbath at 11 A M, and 7^ P M. Sabbath School at half 
past 2 PM. 

Market St. M E Church — Rev G S Phillips, Pastor. Residence on Folsom 
near First. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 A M. and 7h P M, in the "Happy Valley 
School" House. Sabbath School and Bible Class at ha.if past 2 PM. . 

Methodist Episcopal Church — Powell street, one door south of Washington, 
Rev S D Simonds, Pastor. Residence next door to church 

Services at 11 A M, and 7\ P M. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 2 P M. 

New Jerusalem Church. Meeting every Sabbath, in the Superior Court rooms, 
California Exchange. Services at 11 o'clock, A. M. James Kellogg, presidmg 
officer. 

Presbyterian Church, (First,) Stockton street, near Broadway. Services at 
11 A. M. and 7^ P M. Sabbath School at 3 P M. Prayer meeting every Wed- 
nesday evening, at 7^ o'clock. Rev. A. Williams, Pastor; residence 218 Clay 
street. 



APPENDIX — SCHOOLS. 21 



Spring Valley Church, (Spring Valley.) Services by clergymen of the different 
denominations, every sabbath at 3 o'clock, P M. 

Seanien^s Bethel — Davis street, between Washington and Clay. Services every 
Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A M. and 71, P. M. Rev. Wm. Taylor, Pastor; residence 
in Bethel ship. 

St. Patrick's Church, (R. catholic,) Market street, between 2d and 3d; entrance 
on Mission street. Mass on Sunday at 7 and 11 o'clock, A M; and daily at 6 
o'clock A M. Rev. John Maginnis, Pastor. 

St. Francis, (Church of,) Mission Dolores, Roman Catholic, Rev. R. Flavian, 
Monk. Services every Sabbath morning, at 8 and 10 o'clock. 

This church (and mission) was established in 1769, since which time there have 
been 7,323 baptisms, and 2,131 marriages, celebrated within its walls, and 5,387 
persons have been buried in its cemetery. 

Trinity Church, (Episcopal,) Pine street, above Montgomery. Services every 
Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 7\ P. M. Rev. Mr. Moore, Pastor. 

Unitarian Church, (First,) erecting on Stockton street, near corner of Sacra- 
mento. 

Wesley Chapel, (Methodist Episcopal,) Powell street, near Clay. Services 
every Sabbath at 11 and 7 P. M. Sabbath school and bible class at 2^ A. M. 
Rev. J. Boring and M. Evans, Pastors. 

Zion Church, (colored,) Stockton street, near Vallejo. Services at 10.^ A. M. 
and 7 P. M. Sabbath school at 2^ P. M. Rev. John Moore, Pastor. 



SCHOOLS. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Hon. C. J. Brenham, President; Alderman J. P. Sclby, Asst. Alderman W. H. 
Bovee, Gen. John Wilson, R. H. Waller, Esq. 

T. J. Nevins, Clerk of the Board, and Supt. Public Schools. 



JPITJSIjIC scmoojls, 

HAPPY VALLEY DISTRICT. 

Bounded on the north by Pine and Market streets; east, by the Bay; south, by 
Howard street; and west, by Harris and Leavenworth streets. 

School organized Nov. 17, 1851. Number of Pupils Nov. 1, 1852, 151. 
Teachers — Mr. James Denman and Miss Mary S. Libbey. 
School, near Mission, between First and Second streets. 



22 APPENDIX — PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

RINCON POINT DISTRICT, 

Includes all that part of the city lying south of Howard, and east of Harris, 
streets. 
Organized January 8, 1852. Number of Pupils Nov. 1, 1852, 69. 
Teacher—Mr. W. H. O'Grady. 
School on north east corner of First and Folsom streets. 

MISSION DISTRICT, 

Includes all that part of the city lying south of Spring Valley district, and west 
of Leavenworth and Harris streets. 

Organized May 10, 1852. Number of Pupils Nov. I, 1852, 50. 

Teacher — Mr. Alfred Rix. 

School at the Mission Dolores, north side of the street, and east of the Catholic 
Chapel. 

CENTRAL DISTRICT. 

Bounded, north by Vallejo and Jackson streets ; east, by Kearny and the Bay; 
south by Market and Pine; and west by Leavenworth streets. 

Organized Dec. 22, 1851. Number of Pupils Nov. 1, 1852, 185. 
Teachers — Mr. F. E. Jones, Mrs. E. Baldwin, and Miss Gertrude Brown. 

School, east side of Dupont, south of Jackson. 

SPRING VALLEY DISTRICT. 

Includes all that part of the city lying north of an extension of the line of Pine 
street, west to the city line, and west of Leavenworth. 
Organized Feb. 9. 1852. Number of Pupils Nov. 1, 1852, 40. 
Teacher— Mr. Asa Cole. 
School, on the Presidio road, south of the Lagoon. 

NORTH BEACH DISTRICT, 

Bounded, north by the Bay ; east, by Kearny street ; south, by Vallejo street ; 
and west, by Leavenworth street. 

Organized Nov. 19, 1851. Number of Pupils Sept. 1, 1852, 195. 
Teachers— Mr, Joel H. Tracy, and Mrs. A. W. Millbury 
School, north-east corner of Powell and Filbert streets. 

CLARK'S POINT DISTRICT, 

Includes that part of the city lying east of Kearny and north of Jackson streets. 
Organized June 7, 1852. Number of Pupils Sept. 1, 1852. 70. 
Teachers — Mr. Ahira Holmes, and Miss Marietta Chadsey. 
School, north-west corner of Montgomery and Broadway. 



APPENDIX iNEWSt^r-iiHS. 



23 



jlJ^^ At the last Quartciiy Report of the Superintendent, Sept. 1, 1852, these 
Schools contained 791 Pupils, while the number of children and youth in the city, 
between the ages of 4 and 18 years is, near as can be ascertained, 1,825. 



PRIT*,1TE SCHOOLS ^^U •IC^nEJfllES. 

SAN FRANCISCO ACADEMY. 
South-west corner of Powell and Jackson streets. Rev. R. E, Prevaux, Princi- 
pal. Miss F. A. Allen, Principal of female department ; Miss L. L. Larkin, As- 
sistant; Prof Cadiz, Teacher of Spanish. Number of pupils, 60. 

GRACE CHURCH SEBIINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES. 

Mrs. E. M. W. Parker, Principal. 

Full course of studies in English; with Languages, Music, Drawmgand Painting 
School established in 1850, on Powell street, between Jackson and Pacific. 
Number of Pupil^ 30. 

ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL. 

Connected with the St. Patrick's Church. Organized in June, 1851, and now 
containing about 150 pupils. Rev. John Maginnis, Principal. The Female De- 
partment is under the direction of the Sisters of Charity, contains about 90 
pupils, and is in a very prosperous condition. 

School hi basement of St. Patrick's Church, Market street, near V^ttij©. 

7» 4-. '.: t - 



NEWSPAPERS. 



ALTA CALIFORNIA, published daily by E Gilbert & Co. EC Kemble and 
E Conner, Editors. Office 210 Washington street corner Brenham Place. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, published weeldy by the Gen. Conference of the 
M E Church. Rev S D Simonds, Editor, residence 271 Powell stre^" ' 

CHRISTIAN OBSERVER, published weekly under the direction of the Pacific 
Am. Con. of the M E Church, South. W R Gober, J W Kelly and Morris 
Evans, Pub Com. Rev J Boring, Editor. Day of publication Wednesday. 
Office in the basement of Wesley Cliapel, Powell street. 

CALIFORNIA STAATS ZEITUNG, published weekly (in the German lan- 
guage,) by J H Hahnlen and B Walz. G Krug, Editor. Office 131^ Kear- 
ny street. 

DAILY HERALD, published daily at the office, 125 Montgomery street. John 
Nugent, Proprietor. 



24 



APPENDIX OCEAN STEAMERS. 



DAILY WHIG, P P Hull & Co. publishers. Louis R Lull, Frank M Pixley, 
Editors. Publishing office, 14.5 Montgomery street. 

EVENING JOURNAL, published daily by Paul Seymour 4* Co. AM Macy. 
and W D Bickham, Editors. Office 160 Montgomery street, opposite Burgoyne's 
Banking House. 

ECHO DU PACIFIC, published weekly in the French and Spanish languages. 
Entienne Derbec, Editor. Office of publication, 21 Washington street. 

PACIFIC — A weekly religious paper, published every Thursday. Rev J W 

Douglass, Editor. Office 90 Merchant street. 
PLACER TIMES AND TRANSCRIPT, published daily by G K Fitch & Co. 

L Pickering, G K Fitch and J E Lawrence, Editors. Office Clay street 4 doors 

below Montgomery. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRICES CURRENT, published weekly by F Bonhard and 
S O Johnson & Co.. corner Commercial and Liedsdorff streets. 

UNCLE SAM, published weekly by C P Kimball, at the Noisy Carrier's Pub- 
lishing Hall, Commercial street below Sansome. 



OCEAN STEAM NAVIGATION. 


PACIFIC MAIL S S CO. 


Office corner Sacramento 


and Leidsdorff streets. 


Steamers leave the 1st and 16th of every month, for Panarna and intermediate 


ports, with the U S Mails. 








Golden Gate 


2,200 tons 


, C E Patterson, U S N 


Commander, 


California 


1,125 


u 


R L Whiting, 


a 


Panama, 


1,125 


u 


James T Watkms, 


u 


Columbia, 


800 


u 


W L Dall, 


u 


Republic, 


800 


u 


W H Hudson. 


(( 


Fremont, 


600 


a 


A M Burns 


(( 


Oregon, 


1,1.50 


u 


A V H LeRoy, 


(( 


Tennessee, 


1,300 


a 


Geo B Totten, U S N, 


u 


Northerner, 


1,100 


u 


J B G Isham, 


» 


Isthmus, 


400 


u 


Thomas A Harris, 


u 


Columbus, 


500 


(( 


Allen McLane, 


u 


Carolina, 


600 


u 




li 






Unicorn, 


400 


a 


W F Lapidge, 


u 



VANDERBILT INDEPENDENT LINE, office Battery street, between Pacific 
and Jackson. Steamers leave the 1st and 15th of each month, for San Juan 
Del Sud. 

Pacific, Capt Lefevre, Brotlier Johnathan, Capt Baldwin, 

S S Lewis, Capt Bodfish, Independence, Capt Lucus. 



APPENDIX INLAND STEAMERS. 26 

NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO S S LINE, office 130 Clay street, be- 
low Montgomery. F A Babcock &, Co. agents. 

Steamers Winfield Scott, 2,100 tons, G A Cole, commander, 

Cortez, 1,600 " T B Cropper, commander. 

EMPIRE CITY LINE, office 51 Davis street. I W Raymond, Agent. 
Steamer New Orleans, 1,000 tons, Edgar Wakeman, commander. 



INLAND STEAM NAVIGATION. 

J%*orth€rn Rowte— Sacramento, 

CONFIDENCE, Union Line, leaves Pacific Wharf every Tuesday, Thursday 
and Saturday, at 4 o'clock, p m. D Vail, master ; H Morrison, clerk. 

WILSON G HUNT, Union Line, leaves Pacific Wliarf every Monday, Wednes- 
day and Friday, at 4 p m. EC Poole, master ; Geo Morehouse, clerk. 

ANTELOPE, Union Line, leaves Pacific Wharf every Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday, at 4 p m. W Bushner, master ; S Barrell, clerk. 

WILLAMETTE, Union Line, leaves Pacific Wharf for Sacramento every other 
day. , David Van Pelt, master. 

NEW WORLD, Peoples' Line, leaves Pacific Wharf every Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday, at 4 p m. W Hutchings, master ; G S Porter, clerk. 

J. BRAGDON, leaves Pacific Wharf every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, a 
4 pm. T W Lyles, master ; H Huntington, clerk, 

SENATOR, People's Line, hauled off for repairs. A J Averill, master. 

•JflarysviUe, 

URILDA, leaves Pacific wharf every Tuesday and Friday, at 4 o'clock, p. m 
R B Frisbee, master; Thos S Bill, clerk; R E Brewster & Co., agents, 109 Bat- 
tery street. 

CAMANCHE, leaves Pacific wharf every Wednesday and Saturday, at 4 o'clock, 
p. m. Geo R Barclay, master; Jas Banker, clerk; J J Southgate & Co.; agents, 
31 Pacific street. 

Colusa and Shasta, 

JACK HAYS, leaves Long wharf every Tuesday at 1 o'clock, p. m. C W Bar- 
ber, master. 

Southern JRoute— Stockton, 

SOPHIE, (U S M) leaves Long wharf every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 
4 o'clock, p. M., touching at Benicia and Marsh's Landing. E C M Chadwick, 
master; J H Baird, clerk. 



26 



APPENDIX — PASSENGERS. 



AMERICAN EAGLE, leaves liOng wharf every Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day, at 4 o'clock, p. M. Wm M Lubbock, master; R M Iliggins, clerk. 

H T CLAY, (U S M) leaves Long wharf every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day, at 4 o'clock, p. M. Charles Spear, master; J 13 Dow, clerk. 

KATE KEARNY, leaves Long wharf every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 
at 4 o'clock, p. M. J Whitney, jr, master; Jas S Johnson, clerk. 
San Jose. 

JENNY LIND, leaves Long wharf every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 
9 o'clock, A. M. Leaving Alviso on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8g 
A. M. Chas Thorn, master. 

Union City, 

UNION, J S Hasten, master, leaves foot of Broadway every Tuesday, Thursday 
and Saturday. Horner ^ Co., agents, Broadway wharf 

Contra Costa Ferry. 

E CORNING, Capt Conkling, and OAKLAND, Capt Wheeler, leave respectively, 

as follows : 

San Francisco, at 10 a. m. and 4^ p. m.; Oakland City, 8At M. and 3 p m.; San 
Antonio, 7 a. m. and 2 p m. 

Chas Minturn, agent, Cunningham's wharf. 



STATISTICAL. 



[|I^° We are indebted to Messrs. R. O. Sturdivant and H. O. Bunker for the accompanying statistics, 
and also for other valuable information, for which we return our thanks.] 



Arrival and Departure of Passengers by sea, at the port of San Francisco, from 
January 1st to October 31st, 1852. 















1 












1 


Arrivals. 






Departures. 






When. 


i 


1 


1 


When. 


-a 


S 




S 


^ 


O 




S 


fa 


January, - - - - 


2,572 


370 


204 


January, - - - - 


1,792 


73 


February, - - - - 


3,493 


281 


143 


February, . - - 


1,.550 


47. 


March, . - - - 


3,864 


337 


101 


March, - -. - - 


1,362 


54 


April, . - - . 


7,536 


435 


199 


April, - - - - 


2,105 


41 


May, - - - - 


7,590 


626 


235 


May, .... 


2,714 


21 


June, 


8,558 


472 


245 


June, - . - - 


1,891 




July, ... - 


9,147 


433 


188 


July, .... 


1,645 


1 


August, - - - . 


5,785 


519 


24 


August, 


1,889 




September and October, - 


4,611 


806 


77 


September and October, 


4,301 


89 


Total, - - - 


53,156 


4,279 


1,416 


Total, - - - 


19,249 


326 

















APPENDIX PASSENGERS. 



27 



Arrival and Departure of Passengers by sea, at the port of San Francisco, with the 
port from whence arrived and port of destination, from January 1st to October 
31st, 1852. 



Arrivals from. 

Panama, . . - 

San Juan del Sud, 
Mexican ports, 
Peruvian ports, 
Chilian ports, - - - 
Australian ports, - 
Pacific Islands, 
China, . - - 

Italy, . - . - 
Coastwise, Atlantic ports, 
Coastwise, Pacific ports, - 
England, - - - 
France, - - - - 
Germany, etc., 

Total, - - 



21,423 

5,746 

2,141 

30 

2,209 

6G7 

495 

20,023 

58 

3,714 

706 

122 

1,428 

89 



58,851 



DEPARTURES FOR. 

Panama, ... 
San Juan^del Sud, 
Mexico, ... 

Peru, 

Chile, ... - 
Australia, - - - 
Pacific ports, - - - 
China, - . - 

Total, - - - 



10,181 

4,388 

872 

2,411 

74 

991 

195 

463 



19,575 



Vessels Clearing at the Port of San Francisco, froni Jan'y 1st to Oct. 31st, 1852. 





Steamers. 


Ships. 


Barques. 


Brigs. 


Schooners. 


Sloops. 




i 


Tons. 


1 


i 


47 


1 


o 

77 


1 


i 


1 


i 


1 


American, Coastwise, - 


80 


50,312 


17 


12,879 


11,813 


12,960 


389 


25,500 


24 


795 


" Foreign ports, 


57 


60,396 


103 


81,224 


67 


19,420 


55 


10,004 


46 


5,557 






Foreign Vessels, for For- 


























eign ports, - . . - 


2 
139 


778 


83 
203 


46.468 


122 
236 


45,883 


90 
222 


15,228 


50 


5,619 






Total, - - - 


111,486 


140,571 


77,116 


38,192 


485 


36,676 


24 


795 



Amount of Duties received at the San Francisco Custom House, from Jan'y 1st, 
1851, to October 31st, 1852. 



For quarter ending March 31, 1851 


$482,702 08 


For quarter ending March 31, 1852, $420,588 20 


" " Juno 30, 1851, 


- 626,283 06 


" " June 30, 1852, - 450,041 70 


" Sept. 30, 1851, 


- 449,080 64 


« Sept. 30, 1852, - 423,325 15 


« « Dec. 31, 1851, 


- 643,048 30 


For October, 1852, - - - - 76,138 10 
Deposits for unascertained duties, 190,749 00 




$2,201,114 08 


$1,560,842 15 



28 



APPENDIX — STATISTICAL. 



Vessels Arriving at the Port of San Francisco, from Jan'y 1, to October 31, 1852. 





Steamers. 


Ships. 


Barques. 


Brigs. 


Schooners. 








6 


1 


i 


i 


6 


H 


i 


^ 


American, Coastwise, - - 
" Foreign pons, - 
Foreign Vessels from For- 
eign ports, 


50 

58 

1 


39,5^ 
59,231 

389 


107 
24 

83 


93,858 
14,850 

46,211 


48 
33 

113 


13,937 

8,972 

42,282 


59 
60 

88 


10,482 
10,589 

15,454 


25 
50 

48 


2,639 
6,323 

5,542 


Total, - - - 


109 


99,200 


214 


154,925 194 


65,191| 207 


36,525 


123 


14,504 




eiiHii&i & mwm% 



©i[F(Q)©aT©^v. 



The undersigned would respectfully announce that, in connet ' '- ^' " --- 

gular 

AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, 

THEY HAVE OPENED A 

«Rigi g HiliSS WiSITSW, 

At their extensive Fire-proof Warehouse, 

They have now on hand a variety of 

Barouches, Carryalls, Bugg-ies, Express Wagons, Rockaways, Trottu--^ Sulkies, Jenny 

Lind Wagons, Light Top and Open Wagons; with an extensive a .ont of 

Harness, Covers, Whips, etc. 

They have also made arrangements to be in the regular receipt of every article in 
this line, by the various arrivals from the Atlantic States. 

J. L. RIBDLE & CO.. cor. Sansome and Fine Streets. 

Consignments solicited and faithfully attended to. 

JAS. L. RIDDLE, I. WARD EATON. 



APPENDIX — FIRE DEPARTMENT. 29 

FIRIS DEPARTMENT 

OF 



George H. Hossefross — Chief Engineer. 
Charles Duane — First Assistant Engineer. 
A. R. SiMONDs — Second " " 

E. A. Ebbetts— Third " " 

BOARD OF DELEGATES. 

George H. Hossefross, President. 

J. L. Van BoKKELEN, Secretary. 

Robert H. Bennett, Treasurer. 
From Empire No. 1 — Samuel W. Bookstaver, Charles L. Barnes. 
Lady Washington No. 2 — A. R. Simons, James S. Bovee. 
Howard Nq, 3 — D. H. Rand, Thomas J. L. Smiley. 
California No. 4 — M. D. Boruck, F. 0. Wakeman. 
Knickerbocker No. 5 — James H. Cutter, D. B. Arrowsmith, 
Monumenial No. 6 — F. M. Pixley, W. H. Silverthorn. 
Monumental No. 7 — R H. Sinton, R. P. Bagley. 
Monumental No. 8 — Peter Strobel, Robert H. Bennett. 
Vigilant No. 9— W. H. Bovee, Charles H. Biden. 
Crescent No. 10 — L. M. Byrne, James Casey. 
Columbian No. 1 1 — John H. Shepard, Harvey Lake. 
Pennsylvania No. 12 — Robert B. Quayle, William Little. 
St. Fra.p'^'s H. & L. No. 1 — Geo. W. Gibbs, A. A. Brinsmade. 
Sansome ft. & L. No. 3 — Thomas D. Greene, J. L. VanBokkelen. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES, FIREMEN'S CHARITABLE FUND. 

Alfred De Witt, President ; E. L. Sullivan, Secretary ; I i enry H. 
Haight, Treasurer. — Beverly C. Sanders, M. R. Roberts, Theodore 
Payne. 



30 APPENDIX — FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



PHYSICIANS WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED THEIR SERVICES 
TO THE DEPARTMENT. 
A. J. Bowie, M. D., C. M. Hitchcock, M. D., 

H. M. Gray, M. D., S. R. Harris, M. D., 

S. M. TiBBETTS, M. D. 

OFFICERS OF THE DIFFERENT COMPANIES. 

EMPIRE No 1 — House Kearny street, between Sacramento and California. 
George W Green, Foreman ; Jno Scott, Ass't Foreman ; G Hobe, Sec ; D B 
Castree, Treas. 

LADY WASHINGTON No 2— House Sansome street between California and 
Pine. AR Simons, Foreman ; J Bovee, 1st Ass't Foreman; JF Farley, 2d 
Ass't Foreman ; Wm Horrocks, Sec ; W W Main, Treas. 

HOWARD ]No 3 — House Commercial street between Sansome and Montgomery. 
Franklin Whitney, Foreman ; Caleb Clapp, 1st Ass't Foreman ; Sylvanus D 
Libbey, 2d Ass't Foreman; Lewis Cohen, Sec; Standing Committee, B E 
Babcock, A H Bradford, J B Burns, J D Dodge, George Dalrymple ; Trustees, 
H Frost, J Seligman, T J L Smiley. 

CALIFORNIA No 4— House Battery street near Market. Charles R Bond, Fore- 
man ; Charles Simpson, 1st Ass't ; — Lees, 2d Ass't; F Iken, Sec ; J Schultze, 
Treasurer. 

KNICKERBOCKER No 5 — House on Merchant street between Montgomery 
and Kearny. James H Cutter, Foreman ; Charles E Buckingham, Ass't ; W H 
Talmage, Sec ; Daniel B Merritt, Treasurer ; James H Goodman, Trustee. 

MONUMENTAL No 6— House Brenham Place, west side Plaza. 

Foreman ; Frank M Pixley, 1st Ass't ; John W Rider, 2d Ass't ; John R 

Dunglison, Sec ; Wm J Lippincott, Treasurer. 

MONUMENTAL No 7— W L Bromley, Foreman ; F D Kohler, 1st Ass't; R 
P Bayley, 2d Ass't ; D C Kone, Sec ; James A Wright, Treasurer. 

MONUMENTAL No 8— Robert H Bennett, Foreman; B Oakley, Jr. 1st Ass't; 
Jos H Rudduch, 2d Ass't ; Wm Hope, Sec ; Peter Strobel, Treasurer. 

VIGILANT No 9 — House Stockton street between Broadway and Pacific. M 
R Roberts, Foreman ; Samuel Curry, 1st Ass't ; James L Bowker, 2d Ass't ; 
J D Bluxome, Sec ; George A Runk, Treasurer. 

CRESCENT No 10— James Herbert, Foreman ; John Stowe, Assistant ; John P 
Fan'ier, Sec ; L M Byrne, Treasurer. 



APPENDIX PlRIi DEPARTMKNT. 



31 



PENNSYLVANIA No 11— HS Brown, Foreman; Wm S Boulden, 1st Ass't; 
D P Lewis, 2d Ass't ; George P Boulden, Sec ; W H^Stcel, Ass't Sec ; EL 
Morgan, Treasurer. 

ST. FRANCIS H <fe L No 1 — House on Dupont street between Sacramento and 
Clay. J P Buckley, Foreman ; G W Bryant, 1st Ass't ; Jos H Mall, 2d Ass't; 
A A Brinsmade, Sec ; L H Robie, Treasurer. 

SANSOME H & L No 3 — House on Washington street between Montgomery 
and Sansome. J L Van Bokkelen, Foreman ; Florence Mahony. 1st Ass't ; 
R N Van Brunt, 2d Asst ; Thomas D Green, Sec ; FA Bartlett, Treas. 





Rincon Point, San Francisco. 



'3 



IROI AND BRASS FeOIDBY. 

if 1^1 iiiiiii mm itii^iis, 

MACHINERY FOR CRUSHING AND PULVERIZING QUARTZ ROCK, 
Casting in Iron and Brass, 

WSfOtSS tltil WtlS, 



'9 



mMiiim km mnmn mi wobi, 

AND 



ALSO, 



Steamboat Repairing, Boiler Making, 
Turning and Finishing. 

All Orders promptly attended to and executed with dispatch. 

GEORGIS K. GLUYAS. 



32 



CASTREE & BYRNE, 



m 



FAMSfc¥ ©mO' 

No. 184 Kearny Street, 

Willi, m&i ^m^mmi nouoii, 

Constantly on hand. 

J^^ Goods sent to all parts of the city free of expense.,.^^ 

Families, Hotels and Restaurants supplied at the shortest notice and on moderate terms. 



Fine Teas, Coffee, 
Cocoa, Chocolate, 
Loaf, Crush., and Bro. Sugars 
Flour, Corn Meal, 
Rice, Fari' a, Starch, 
Molasses, Vinegar, Salt, 
Potatoes, Onions, Beans, 
Raisins, Almonds, 
Maccaroni, Vermicelli, 
Sperm Oil, Candles, 
Salid Oil, Sardines, 



Goshen Butter, 
Cheese, Lard, Hams, 
Eggs, Beef, Pork, 
Mackerel, Codfish, 
Smoked Salmon, 
Pickled Salmon, 
Pickled Tongues, 
Preserved bleats. 
Pie Fruits, Olives, 
Dried Fruits, Syrups, 
Soda and Water Crackers, 



Chinese Preserves, 
Fresh PcMches, 
Lemon Syrup, Pickles, 
Catsup, Saleratus, 
Mustard, Pepper Sauce, 
Spices, India Currie, 
Yeast Powder, Indigo, 
Corn Broom, Water Pails, 
Choice Segars, Tobacco, 
Port Wines, Claret, 
Ale, Porter, etc. etc. etc. 



DR J. D. BROWN'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL OFFICE, 

NO. 176 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

(Between ^Va§liiiigtoEi and Jackson Sts.) 





Corner Sansome and Sacramento Sts., 

%mWi 9t®ii€S§€®t #isiSf#iiii®^ 

E. P. COLGAN, RANDAL SMITH, Jr., 



21 

PAGE, BACON & CO. 

JlC^ e®^^ Js^^ (jfro^ Jr^A JlsJ ^SJ' 



^^^^^■■sgfj^> vsv;?^\^\'i^' ^^^s^^p^«> ^S'^^JS^s^ ^^^wmw \,\<7\ ^t 
MONTGOMERY, CORNER OF CALIFORNIA STREET, 

J9L. im 3C» 

CORNER OF J AND FRONT STREETS, 

Drair at Sight, or on time, in sums to suit, on 

F. HuTH & Co., ------- Londo7i. 

The American Exchange Bank, - _ _ jVe^^ York. 
The Atlantic Bank, ------ Boston. 

The Philadelphia Bank, ----- PUladelpMa. 

Josiah Lee & Co., ------ Baltimore. 

Louisiana State Bank, ----- jsfew Orleans. 

Page & Bacon, - - - - - - -St. Louis. 

Hutchings & Co., - - - - - - Louisville. 

T. S. Goodman & Co., ------ Cincinnati. 

S. Jones & Co., ------ Pittsburg. 

GOLD DUST AND EXCHANGE PURCHASED AT CURRENT RATES. 

TALLANT 8c WILDE, 

Corner of Montgomery and Clay Sts. 

D. J. TALLANT AND JOHN W. WILDE, GENERAL PARTNERS ; 
JAMES ROBB, OF NEW ORLEANS, SPECIAL PARTNER. 

EXCn^JTGE ^T CUnUE^T n^TES, ^T SIGHT on TIME. 

George Peabody k Co., ----- London. 

William Hoge & Co., ----- New York. 

Blake, Ward & Co., ------ Boston. 

Charles P. Bayard, _ _ - . - Philadelphia. 

Merchants' Bank, --_._- Baltimore. 

James Robb & Co., ------ JSfeio Orleans. 

Page & Bacon, ------- St. Louis. 

Commercial Bank, ------ Olncinnati. 

William Holmes & Co., ----- Pittsburgh. 

WiLLiAiM Gay, ------- Louisville. 

Gold Dust Purchased at best market pricea 

A 



22 



PALMER, COOK & CO., 






% 



biL [d Lri U j\ ii fii ^ s? 



nmr 



NO. 185 KEARNY STEEET, 



JSl^V^^^'S IJkM W3iMMWm:&^.^ 



GEO. W. TITRIGHT, 
EDW. JONES. 



Messrs. Winslow, Lanier & Co., New York; 

Edwaed Field, and Messrs. Hadwin & Baenet, Nantucket. 

Messrs. WINSLOW, LAIOER & CO., Agents, New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. 

DRAFTS FOR SALE ON MW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, AND BOSTON. 



LAFITTE & CHRISTY, 



.iSL. 2»r 3E» 

MERCHANDISE BROKERS, 

Wo. 8 Empire Block, California Street, 

BETWEEN SANSOME AND BATTERY, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Messrs. Page, Bacon & Co., Messrs. V. Marziou & Co., 

" Cobb & Co., " Burling & Hill, 

" Eugene Kelly & Co., " Cutter & Co. 



lEiCMAiT 



MAMGE 



^m^ i«r 



(^.^ \;>i (;ii'v»i \;j^ \i^ <^m:^ 9 

No 121 Sacramento Street. 

SWEENY & BAUGH, Proprietors. 
C. H. VTAKELEE, Manager. 



23 



COLE & FINNEY, 



CORNER OF CLAY AND KEARNY STS., 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



R. E. COXiE, 
C. G. FINLEY. 



EDWARD MAOKINLBY, 

ADAMS & CO.'S BUIIiDIlVO, 

NO. 104 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



Utkvtnus : 

Hon. Lewis H. Sanford, New York ; Sanfords & Porter, New York ; 

Enoch Taylor, Philadelphia. 

SENDERS & PiA.SKEIl 

CeUiSELLiK AT LAW 

OFFICE m BOLTOI, BARROX & CO.'S BUILDmG, 
MERCHANT STREET, 



9 



SECOND STORY, NO. 2, 



G. J. HUBERT 6AIVDERS, 
SAMUEL H. PARKER. 



ID O'W db CO. 

Boots, Shoes and Yankee Notions, 

NO. 4 MAYNARD'S ROW, CALIFORNIA STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



24 



MEBIUS, DUISENBERQ & CO., 

ilSSlii lEiEllIT! 



iw 



BETWEEN CALIFORNIA AND SACRAMENTO, 



RITCHIE, OSGOOD & CO., 

(SMiHSSlSI IMSiM, 

No. 64 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

A. A. RITCHIE, . mo. F. OSGOOD. 

JAS. B. HUIE & CO., 



jmL. imr 



NO 126 SANSOME STREET, 



SEYMOUR &. CO. 

iiiaitwii iimiiai 

NO. 190 WASHINGTON STREET, 



G. T. SEYMOUR, 



OPPOSITE THE EL DORADO, . 
MSM EM^^^^M^^^ A. EAMMELSBERG. 



Have on hand and are constantly receiving a GENERAL ASSORT- 
MENT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, which they are enabled to sell at 
the lowest rates, 

I@°" Being in direct correspondence with Eastern Manufacturers, our Furni- 
ture is got up expressly to order, and will give satisfaction. Our Goods will, in 
all cases, be equal -to what we represent them. 

I@^ OFFICE DESKS, and other Furniture, made to order with promptness 
and despatch. 



25 




HOLCOMBE & DOLE'S 

CAPITAL,, 500 CASES BOOTS AXD SHOES! 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

We have the pleasure to inform the public in general that we have leased the Store, NO. 73 
LONG AVHAIIF, under the Texas House, wliere we intend to keep a general assortment of 
Men's Wear, coarse and fine. Also, an assortment of Ladle's Wear. The New York Buskin Shoo 
Gaiters, Boots, &c., will always be kept on hand. We attend to our own sales, and our expenses 
are low, but our assortment large. Our motto sliall be, " Quick sales and small profits. We 
most respectfully invite the public to call and sec the Boys, and judge for themselves, before pur- 
chasing elsewhere. 

MOIiCOMBE & ©OliE, 



MEW YoiE md'm, vmmm f mis 



No. 73 Long Wharf, between Battery and Sansome, 



g. E. HOIiCOMBE, ^ 
JOHN S. DOIiE. i 



GEORG-E & Vrm. SNOOK, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

TIN, COPPER, ZING, LEAD PIPE, 

SHEET LEAD, SHEET IRON, &C. 

BETWEEN SANSOME AND MONTGOMERY, 

PLUMBING WORK OF EVERY KIND. 

£^^ Pumps and Fixtures, Stoves, Tin Ware, &c.. of every variety, con- 
stantly ou hand, 

j^3^ Repairing done at the shortest notice. 
B 



2G 



DAVIDSON, BROTHERS & CO., 

HSSieN iEEiCMINT 

NO. 123 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



CORNER OF SACRAMENTO, 



wmsiM^Emm®^ 



timr 



.JM": 



SHERRIES, Pale, Golden and Brown, of superior quality. 

PORT, Fine Old London Dock, " 

CLARET, of different brands, « « 

CHAMPAGNE, of different brands 

HOCK, " " " « « " 

SAUTERNE, « « « " « « 

MOSELLE, « " « " « « 

BRANDY, of different brands, very old, and of very superior quality. 

SAN PRANOISOO 



SMITH, GOAVERS & NEEFUS, 
PRiOTICll COPPERSMITHS, PLIjIBERS AND HOSE MAKERS, 

NO. 116 FRONT STREET, 

(near washingto!?,) 



c. W. SmiTH, 
G. W. GOWERS 
M, S. NEEFVS. 



Copper IWork Tor Steamboats, nistilleries and Sugar Mouses ; Mtouse 
and Ship Jfater Closets ; JBathing Apparatus ; 
L,ift and Force JPiimps. 

SHEET LEAD, PIPE AND STOP COCKS, OF ALL SIZES. 

I^ALL ARTICLES IN THE ABOVE LINES CONSTANTLY ON HAND OR MANUFACTURED TO ORDER. „^ 

bIjOck, Tijr ^jrip n^n JLE^n, 



JOlBIBIPirCS- I>XT3>TOTTT^aLlj!Xj"y -A.TTEaXri>EI> TO. 



SlHfflfill»M»^3£Haaiii3 




GOLDEN GATE, 2,200 Tons 

CALIFORNIA, 1,125 " 

PANAMA, - - 1,125 " 

COLUMBIA, - - 800 « 

REPUBLIC, - - 800 " 

FREMONT, - - - 600 « 

CONSTITUTION, 550 " 



OREGON, - - 1,150 Tons 

TENNESSEE, - 1,300 « 

NORTHERNER, 1,100 « 

ISTHMUS, - - 400 « 

COLUMBUS, - - 500 « 

CAROLINA, - - 600 « 

UNICORN, ... 400 « 



The Steamers of this Line depart from 

SAN FEANCISCO FOE PANAMA, 

With the U. S. Mails, on the 1st and 16th of each Month, 

TOUCHING AT 

•Wonteret/, San Sfiego anil •Scapnlco, 

Returning, they leave Panama on the arrival of the Mails from the 
Atlantic States, and touch at the same way ports. 

il@°* Extra Boats are despatched as they are required. 

The connection of the Mails with Oregon is maintained by the Company's Steamer Co- 
lumbia, leaving 'here on the arrival of the Mails from the South, and returning previous to 
the 1st and 16th of each month. 



tii^^yjii iti ^BtilPliit 



f) 



Will be received at the Office until noon of the day previous to the de- 
parture of the Mails. 
For Freight or Passage, apply to 

E. KNIGHT, Agent. 

^^ CAUTION. 

The Pacific Mail Steamship Company is only held responsible for 
freight engaged, or Tickets sold, in the Ofiicc, corner of Sacramento 
and Leidesdorff Streets, and on board the Steamers by the employees 
of the Company. 

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MATTHEW DELANY, 

WETiiliaif SIJME®! 



9 



U&AA >^i«J 






AT THK 



i IliflmlfMI 



5 



252 STOCKTON STREET, 

BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND JACKSON, 



% ^.O'inm^ 




GUN, LOOK AND WHITE SMITH. 

Salamander Safes opened. All Work Warranted. 

Also, constantly on hand and for sale, a large assortment of 

liii iii liii iiiiii 11! If a 

EEFLES, PISTOLS, GUN TRIMMINGS, &c.. &c., WHICH WILL BE SOLD CHEAP, 

POWDER AND SHOT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

.TO. 125 COJflJflEUCI^lIj STREET, 

A FEW DOORS BELOW MONTGOMERY ST., 



Orders for IVork promptly attended to, aud executed at sbort notice. 



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A. C. TAYLOR, JOHN GORDON. 

TAYLOR & GORDON, 

NO. 208 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



CAMBOOSES, TIN, 

CiPPii, SilET IROI liii, 

\iii.iiiiii 'Mini '''iiiinir'iiii '.iKiiiiii ''■iiiii'iiiiii 'w \iiiir'''iiiii' w \iiiiiiiij W''"ii liiiiiiiiiii 'S'liiil 

l^p* Particular attention paid to House, Boat and Ship work. 

VTILLIS & SON, 

pilliiterg rnxa Jfantg f q €m^b, faas, ^iinp, 

I.adies), JHisse«' and Children's BOOTS and 8HOES, 

And a variety of other articles, for sale wholesale and retail, 

NO. 147 SACRAMENTO STREET, 

(ABOVE MONTGOMEaV,) ' M S, ^ '^ M ^ ^ ^ U M ^ ^ ^ 

^. B — GOODS nECEIT*ED BJ^ EJ^ERY STE^MEU, 

~ A. T. McOLURE, 

TVliolesale and Retail Dealer in 

DEU&8 AXD MlDIGlNlg, ClBIII0il8, 

SARSAPARILLA SYRUPS, THORN'S EXTRACT, SHAKER'S HERBS, 

N. E. Corner Montgomery and California Streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Pht/sieian's Prescriptions dispensed at all hours. 
Country Orders promptly attended to. 



30 




zdokt-a.hxje:''® 




If 






5 

(the first established in the state,) 

CORNER OF FIRST AND MISSION STREETS, 
HAPPY VALLEY, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

flRTZ CRIHING M» IMlLGlMlTIil fflllHINERY, 

And CASTINGS of every description, made to order. 



1^ <F^ 



lEIiiOIT itrainmy 
BOILEE MAKING, 



EXECUTED WITH DISPATCH. 



BOILEES, 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE. 




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BONESTELL & WILLISTON, 

CLAY STREET, PORTSMOTUH SQUARE, 

jl^" Sole Agents for the California Edition of the Neio York Times. 
Agents for Littell's Living Age. A full supply of the latest publications, 
newspapers, (fcc., constantly on hand, with a good assortment of Stationery. 

W^M. LANGERMAN & CO. 



182 Montgomery Street, 

Importers, Dealers and Manufacturers of |||j|| |^BSB££^^^^^^iHl£3 j^^ E,. 



^-^li^JSLrjElB 



OIOA.^. 



•1 Supply or 



Celeiratetr Coiacco, I 



Put up in Tin Foil, always on hand 




SAMUEL ADAMS, 

Old Post Office Building, No. 222 Clay Street, 

iHS imjiiiiiiit^ 

A full assortment of all articles usually found in the Drug Stores in the Atlan- 
tic States. The most approved Kemedies for the prominent Diseases of the Cli- 
mate, Fever and Ague, Panama Fever, Bilious Diarrhoea, Jaundice, Rheumatism, 
Piles, (fcc. State Agency for Devotion's Lexipyreta and Oxysrcnaied Bitters. 



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AINSA & SONS, 

AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP 

BRICK STORE, NO. 64 SACRAMENTO STREET, NEAR FRONT, 

S^IJV JFJR.1JVCTSIC09 

JSl. j^BkT JSJ9 

00= BRICK BUILDING, MAIN STREET, STOCKTON. 

I, B. ni.T.TEY, J. M. MinBEH, 

I. B. BINNEV & CO., 

NO. 164 SACRAMENTO STREET, ONE DOOR BELOW KEARNY, 
At l¥liole§a]e and Retail, in 



P 



j^^ am- :m^ 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 



1 §PEEiiS, ifliSTiSS^ f IMWS, 

SHEETS, ANB PILLOW CASES, 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



OF ANY STYLE DESIRED, MADE TO ORDER. 



FEATHERS, MOSS, WOOL, Al MATHESS STOCK, 

Of every dcscripiioji, for sale at the lowest market i^rices. 



33 



HENRY McNALLY, 

r. I. mmm wmoise. 




Ulannfactiirer of 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



iXu XiX laU Jb X U jRsAJb X III X^XaJu iiX Ju III X d« 

Field and Garden Seeds, Wire Cloths Etc. 
TAUSSIG, POLLACK & CO. 

Manufacturers aud Importers of 

Buckskin Gloves, Mitts, Money Belts, Gold Dust Bags, Purses, &c. 

The Miiaers' Heavy Suck Iiiidispcnsible OoSd Porters, and 

Combined Buck €rold Supporters, 

SOLE AGENCY FOR WILLIAM TAUSSIG & 00. NEW YORK, 

No. 95 Sansome, corner Sacramento St. 



WM TAUSSIG, 

K'p"irPoTS^.f'l SAM MAM(GI§(G®o 



"WILLIAMS & SEVERANCE, 

SODA AND imERAL WATERS 

(Between Dupont and Stockton) 



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Pill ipMWiiMS 

LTJEE, KMN & WOOD, 

FREMONT, NEAR MARKET ST. 

For the CoHstruction or Repair of 

LAND & MARINE ENGINES, 

( HIGH OR LOW PRESSURE ) 

Saw Hills, Grist Millsjliresliing 

m. Quart, Mk^ Amalgmatag and 

T>XJ3M[3E3»IKrC3t- 3!lfl:-£LC:J:Ei:Z3>3-E31FS."S" dS3<D 

WATER WHEELS, HOESE-POWER, GEERING 

And General Mill "Work. 

Castings for all kinds of Machinery, either of Brass or Iron — Black- 
Smithing and Boiler making, Turning, Finishing, and Pattern making, 
and every thing generally connected with the business. 

W. L. LUKE, H. MANN, A. WOOD, 



G. M. HUTTON, 

Ml 

Market Place, facmg Battety Street, 







Saw and Grist Mill Irons, Horse Powers and Threshing Machines, 
Quartz Crushing Machinery, Chilian Mills, and Patent Amalgamators, 
Iron and Brass Castings of every description, and Machine Work in > 
general promptly executed. 



35 



m®gr©a^T^e m 



JVo. 144, 

iJiuf^ Street^ 

San Francisco. 




^o I2acs>ca^ac^^a 2j^ls^<s>lpir^a.c^ilc2>32*o 



'im^ »iMiw 



3 



139 Fine street, bet^veen Montgomery and Kearny, 

Ale and Porter of the best quality constantly on hand, and for sale 
at the Brewery ; or by the undersigned, agent for the sale of the above. 

GSiOKGE MELIUS, Howard's building, 

Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial. 

"WHITE & "WBNTWOETH, 

DEALERS IN 

MIBM. BOOH. WIIDOWI, IT€. 

(B^iEMmm®]? mwi^ amid BAf toi^y ^muiEf ^^ 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

o^(X>ii2. ^ «^:l 5:£a i:s « 

All orders from the city or country will meet with the most prompt 
attention. jg^^-Lmnber bought, and sold on the most reasonable 
terms. 
JOHN C WHITE. ELI WENT WORTH. 



No. 167 Washington Street, 



36 



m ''iiiii W 'iiiiiii'iiiiii 'iiiii 



'Wk Wkl 



mmrmm''' 



•JfKianufactory of 



^ltuog0 on l)aiiJi anb for salt, 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL, 

Vallejo street, above Powell. 



/an® 




^ (g® 



MANUFACTURERS CABINET WARE, 



A. 



OOlMiTAMTLy ©INI KIAM©, 
25 BUSH STREET, 

JAMES M. CARTER & GO, 

MAIL lOTAf Ig, 

& €011111101 113 

(corner of Jones' Alley,) 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



mm wwLBM(mm 



ALCJI 



RLlSilt:D EVER 



OFFICE IN 



Montgomery Street, 



«>oi:s AHO\ i; SA« UAMK 



..NTS INSERTED ON LIBERAL TERMS, fg 



J)FDC;tTiONS Wi&DB TO YEARIY SOBSCB/BBRS. 



Orucvri llavictn ot Job Ijnnting i 



wit: 



NESS AND DISPATCH, 



7 THE MOhT REASONABLE TERMS. 



37 

I OREXEL, SATHER & GHUBCH, g 



MONT<GOMERY ST., COR. COMMERCIAL 
SAX? FRAHOISCO. 




g RECEIVE DEPOSITS, PURCHASE GOLD DUST AND SPECIE, 

fAND TRANSACT A GENERAL 
I EAiKliG .JiSliESS, 

Draw BILLS OF. EXCHANGE, at sight or on time, in sums to suit, at 
current rates of exchange, &c. 

Payable at the folloiving places : 

^^ Bank North American, Boston. 

^^ J . S. Gibbons, Esq., Cash. Ocean Bank, New York. 

<^ji Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank Albany. 

^^ Messrs. Drexel & Co., j» Philadelphia. 

^p '' Medcalfe, Spicer & Co., Baltimore. 

^^ J. B. Morton, Esq., Richmond, Va. 

p^}\ Messrs. J. R. Macmcrdo & Co., New Gleans. 

^ Gen. Wm, Larimer, Jr Pittsburgh, Pa. 

^y( A. J. Wheeler, Esq., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

^^ Messrs. A. D. Hunt & Co., Louisville, Ky. 

^P " Haskell & Co., Exchange Bank, Saiut Louis. 

^ On DETROIT, Michigan ; IMExMPIIIS and NASHVILLE, Tennessee ; COLUMBUS 
^ Ohio; NORFOLK, Virginia, and CHARLESTON, South Carolina. 

S fL 3E3 X* :e3 3EI. he: 3Nr <=; £: S : 

^( F. A. Palmer, President, ) ,, i r> i -vt v 

@| J. L. Everett', Cashier, ' \ ^^^'^^^^'^y ^^"k, N. Y. 

^1 E. M. Lewis, Esq., Cashier Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Philadelphia. 

^^ W. S. Schaf1'-er, Cashier Girard Bank, Philadelphia. 



Francis M. Drexel, Banker, Philadelphia. 



Peder Sather, New York, 



Edward W. cVurch, San Francisco. \ ^''^^^' * ^^^'""^'^ ^''"''^'•' N'^^' ^""'^ 




38 

mmimmm 

THEODORE PAYNE, SQUIRE P. DEWEY. 

r StS. 1^ 



Corner of California and Montgomery Sts. 



Messrs. Paine & Co. respectfully inform the public that 
they have established themselves as above, for the purpose 
of transacting the 

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

For the conducting of which they esteem themselves pecu- 
liarly qualified, by having given it their especial attention for 
over two years past, and made themselves familiar with all 
questions aftecting titles, etc., etc. 

They will give their especial attention to the public sales 
of estates by administrators, assignees, receivers, mortgagees, 
etc, etc., carefully complying with the forms of law. 

A Register for Property, at either public or private sales? 
is always open at their ottice. 



AT PRIVATE SALE: 

Property of evory description in all parts 
of the city. 

jg^^ Parties who desire opportunities for investment are 
requested to call at our offi(?e, where plans, descriptions, 
etc. etc. can be seen. 



<sA.=-pST: 




39 



J. D. mrnrT & €0. 

Brick Store, corner Clay & Battery Sts 

IMFOHTERS AND BEALEHS IN 





INCLUDING A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

Carpenters Tools, Builders and House Furnishing Goods 

WITH A LARGE SELECTION OF 

Hand Vices, Straw Cutters, Wheel Barrows, Store Trucks, Chain and Force Pumps, Platform Scales, 
Grind Stones, Mill, Circular and Cross Cut Saws, Anvils, Vices, Sledge^ Crow Bars, &c. &c. 
|^~ Any description of Machinery and Castings imported to order. 

REBARD BROTHERS, 

MANTTFACTORERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 




Sacramento Street, near Montgomery, 



A LARGE LOT OF PANAMA HATS. 

£^" Receive directly from Lima, genuine Vicunia Hats, and from Paris by every 
Steamer, Velvet-beaver, soft Fur and Silk Hats, in the latest style. 

Dealers in the city and country are invited to examine their stock before purchasing 
elsewhere. 



SffiSf^MMlMffia 



40 



.ib;iiffiiffi.e- 



o 




5^ 



VALPARAI 

First Class Clipper Ships 

Are clespatclied Semi-monthlj, for the above ports, fitted 
up and provisioned in the best style, by 

Ship and Passenger Agents, 

Corner Pacific and Front streets. 






Wholesale and retail dealers in 



>fci.ft^J4# ^' ^.4A^K~.®. 



,^^.S3'^:s:) 



mmm mti con. 

a6^ ©LAY iTl^lEilT, 
3d door above Montgomery, 






iM>MSMiM'M: 



mmM, 



^n 



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^k 



^st 'M% ^M ^^ '^^ %fi% ^% "^^ ^il M "# ''^ 

And Dealer in 
( NEAR THE ALTA OFFICE ) 

— AND— 

136 Montgomery St., opposite Agenti's Banking House, 



Likenesses taken in the most approved style. Plates, Cases, Appar 
tu s, Chemicals and a splendid assortment of gold Lockets for sale. 




201 Sacramento St. corner of Dupont, 






Wholesale and Retail* 



Fine Teas, Coffee, 

Cocoa, Chocolate, 
Loaf, Crush., and Bro. Sugars. 
Flour, Corn Meal, 
Rice, Fariia, Starch, 
Molasses, Vinegar, Salt, 
Potatoes, Onions, Beans, 
Raisins, Almonds, 
Maccaroni, Vermicelli, 
Sperm Oil, Candles, 
Salid Oil, Sardines, 
a 



Groshen Butter, 
Cheese, Lard, Hams, 
Eggs, Beef, Pork, 
Mackerel, Codfish, 
Smoked Salmon, 
Pickled Salmon, 
Pickled Tongues, 
Preserved Meats, 
Pie Fruits, Olives, 
Dried Fruits, Syrups, 
Soda and Water Crackers 



Chinese Preserves, 
Fresh Peaches, 
Lemon Syrup, Pickles, 
Catsup, Saleratus, 
Mustard, Pepper Sauce, 
Spices, India Currie, 
Yeast Powder, Indigo, 
Corn Broom, Water Pails, 
Choice Segars, Tobacco, 
Port Wines, Claret, 
Ale, Porter, etc. etc. etc. 



42 



HOWES & CO. 

DEALERS AND IMPORTERS IN 

lOOKWS 6I,MSIS, fflATIKMBS ITg. 

Bureaus, Tables, Secretaries, Looking Glasses, 
Wash Stands, Bedsteads, Sofas, Ottomans, Tete-a- 
tetes. Office Desks, Wliat-Nots, Side Boards, Exten- 
sion Tables, Rocking Chairs, Cane and Wood Stools, 
Settees. Centre and Card Tables, Chairs of every 
description. Painted Chamber Sets, Wardrobes, 
Cradles, Provision Safes, Mattresses, Pillows, Sheets, 
and Pillow Cases, &c. Toilet Tabhs, Sinks, Night 
Glasses, Teapois, etc. etc. etc. 

IT Through our constant receipts per " Clippers" from the Atlantic 
States, we are happy to inform residents and families that we are enabled to 
sell the above articles on the most reasonable terms I 1 

A Call is respectfully solieited before pnrcliasiug elseu^bere. 

MONTGOMERY STREET, NEAR JACKSON, 

J. P. DAVIBS, 




WHOLESALE 



tEu(a£8,r}iUYiMuri Aril) JLlyuuK 



[E©[K1^[M1T 



9 



No. 135 Front Street, comer of Jackson Street, 

MERCER & BERNHElS^ 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

WWW ^Wl I^MT 



mi 



:^ ^ i^ iv;^ ^=^^ im MM. mj p 

22S ^aerainento street, above Dupont, 

©Air ®®AS©ie®®^ 

A large supply of all kinds of Candies on hand, or made to order. Country orders 
promptly attended to. Wedding and Fruit Cake ornamented to order. 

CHAS. H. MERCER, MAURICE BERNHEIM. 



43 




BE AUgHTIlil AID lldEif IE 01 WOOB 



138 and 140 Clay Street. 

SSASg ©a £!85?SS. 35A58S3, CSS OS? WOOD ©S I 



ATWILL & CO. 









Emm, MB Miei §OOBI ITOEl, 

172 Washington St. near Montgomery, San Francisco. 

— ALSO— 

^f^^- "^ 7 At this Establishment the purchaser 

" " ' ' can at all times be supplied ( Wholesale 

I or Retail) with every description of 

Musical Instruments and Musical Mer- 

, ^ chandise. Also, Toys,Games, Fancy Goods, 

J'' Perfumery ,Stationery,Prints,Paintings &c 

Seminaries, Military Bands, and Professors supplied on reasonable 
terms. i^P* New Music and New Goods received by every Steamer 
4^^,,. v..*^^.v ATWILL & CO. 




44 



G. F. REEVE, 





JEWESY. i 



a fresh Invoice of 



m 



WATffllS, 

Has just received 

DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

Among which are many new and elegant designs of Ear Rings, and Pins. Also, Table 

Silver AVare, the stock of which is warranted equal to Coin, and the workmanship 

unsurpassed. Persons in want ot these articles, or of any other articles in our 

line, such as Fine Watches, Fancy Goods, or Jewelry in general, are invited 

to examine our assortment, with the assurance that the prices will, be 

the lowest for which goods of the same class can be purchased in 

the city. AVatclies and Jewelry repaired and warranted. 

GEORGE F. REEVE. 

No. 155 Montgomery, Street, comer of Merchant 



w 





-ALSO— 



Tl 



JPE^JlLTE 



3 






WHOLSALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN AND MANUFACTRER OF 



SUIT iieFweiiii, I 

163 FRONT SHEET SAN FRANCISCO. 



45 



DANIEL G. MgCLYM, 

Wholesale Dealer In 

PiiiTS. eiLS 




I 




JJ 



f 



ETC. ETC. 
134 Sansome St., cor. Washington, 



HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF EVERYTHING 

IN THE 

I PEiiiiers ami ^■clfsfe 

XjiI 3>a- 3E3. 



My arrangements being now perfected, I shall henceforth 
receive my goods direct from the States, which will enable 
me to sell 

C XX :^ .^ lE^ £3 fS. 

than any other similar establishment in California. Before 
you purchase elsewhere, I would thank you to call, examine 
my stock, and learn my prices. 

As I buy for cash, my sales shall be strictly conducted on 
the same terms. All orders from the interior shall be 
promptly attended to on the above conditions. 



46 



STOTT, TAYLOR & CO. 




mM 








AND- 



MANUFACTURERS, 
NO, 166 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

(CORNER OF WASHINGTOxN ST.,) 

Lamps, Chandeliers, Bracket and hanging Lamps, Store and Parlor 
Lamps, Wicks, Chimneys, &c. &c., to be had at the Pioneer Store, 
corner of Montgomery and Washington Streets. 

Tlae 02*isana& Maiaaalhctiirers of 

BURNING FLUID AND CAMPHENE IN SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

WEBB & CO. 

Importors and Dealers in 

WRAPPING PAPER, TWINE, 

f MM® eMB3, IT& 

IN THE NEW FIRE PROOF BUILDING, 
No, 106 Clay Street^ bet^^een Sansome and Battery, 



47 



3 iLflCiSTiii & m. 

No. 44 Sacramento Street, 

( BETWEEN DAVIS AND FRONT ) 




THAT WOULD PASS INSPECTION 

IN THE CITY OP 



rc 



<d 



BRAND THUS 



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^ 



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'M,'. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



RAMSDELL & CO. 



Foot of Jackson Street "Wharf, 

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Lackawcana, Newclastle, (Steam) Cumberland, Schuylkill, Liverpool, 
Orrel) Cardiff, Lehigh, Scotch, and other descriptions of Coal con- 
tantly on hand. Steamers, Restaurants and Blacksmiths suppHed at 
he shortest notice and at the lowest market price. 

A. G. EAMSDELL. K H. THARP. 



48 



DR. H. GIBBBONS, 

LATE PROFESSOR OF INSTITUTES 

AND PRACTICE, 
OFFICE IN RABE'S BUILDING, 

No. 176 Clay Street, above Montgomery, 

Residence^ 928 Stockton St. between Clasjf and J^tiHhington 

GARNER & G-BRNON, 

IMPORTERS OF 

J 

AND 

314 Dupont Street, Corner of Vallejo 

Ships, Steam Boats, Hotels and families supplied at the shortest notic' 
PATRICK GARNER, GEO. GERNON. 



M. B. ANG-LE, 
Plaza, Kearny Street, 

(NEXT DOOR TO CALIFORNIA EXCHANGE) 

BENJ. G. DAVIS, 
No. 124 1-2 Sansome Street, 

{COR^^ER OF JflERCHJlJ^^T^) 



WM. H. BOVEE'S 




116 BROADWAY SAN FRANCISCO. 





I'iffliKiZil ' n' II 



BAkOijSHM fsiX 



The Coffee and Spices passing through the mill is 

INVARIABLY OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY, 
and will prove itself at all times unsurpassed by any brought to this markot. It is put 
up in labled packages of one pound and upwards, and will be forwarded pec order to any 
part of the city and country. 

The wide spread popularity that coffee from Bovee's Mills has obtained, justifies the 
proprietor in anticipating a continuance of the liberal patronage thus far extended 
to him. W. H. BOVEE. 

OFFICE, 123 SANSOME, CORNER OF MERCHANT STREET. 

,^33* The Pproprietor would give especial notice, that he warrants no Coffee or Spice 
except that bearing his name. 

GEO. W. COOK, EDW'D P. FOLGER, J. C. SWAIN- 

COOK, FOLGEK & CO. 





No. 114 Broadway Street, 

JU^" Pure Sperm, Polar and other Oils, constantly on hand. 
OFFICE 123 SANSOME STREET, CORNER OF MERCHANT. 



STEPHENSON'S 

FASHIONABLE 

mmmwmmmmmm 




NO. 104 MONTG-OMERT STREET, 

( Recently occupied by Messrs. Adams &, Co.) 
' The Proprietor of this Establishment has made arrangements with the best Manufacturer 

in New Yoric, for their choicest and latest styles of Garments, arriving by every Steamer" 
Every variety of Under Garments, Hosiery, Gloves, Scarfs, Hdkfs, Cravats, Boots, Shoes' 

Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Canes, and Fancy Articles for Gents' Toilet, constantly on hand. 
Garments of all kinds cut and made to order. Also, Army and Navy Uniforms. 

E. M. STEPHENSON, 

( Late of the firm of Keyes & Co.) 

WOOD WORTH & CO. 

Importers of 




FIAIO FORTES 



Corinthian Building 
130 CLAY STREET, 

(NEAR SANSOME) 

The Advertisers have secured the exclusive sale for the State 

of California, of the celebrated 

STOnJlRT I'l^JVO FORTES, 

and wiU have constantly on hand an assortment of the various 
styles and patterns. These superior instruments are acknowl- 
edged to be unsurpassed for their peculiar power and bril- 
liancy of tone. They are manufactured expressly for this 
market, from the mosi: thoroughly seasoned materials, and 
every instrument will be warranted to the purchaser. 

Also, FRENCH PICCOLO PIANO FORTES from Hertz, 
Pleyet, and other celebrated manufacturers at Paris. 



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W. F. KELSEY, 



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GEORdE M. S5IITII. 





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Auction and Somiission Boot and Shos House i 

COR. GALIFORNJA A^D BAnERY ITS. 

(.Second- Floor.) 



KELSEY & SMITH, would respectfully inform the public 
that they have established themselves for the purpose of 
transacting the Auction and Commission Boot and Shoe 
Business. For the display of goods, they have the finest 
sales-room in the city, and it is thoroughly fire-proof The 
only house doing an exclusive Auction and Commission Boot 
and Shoe Business, advantages are offered to consignors which 
they have not heretofore had. Liberal advances made on 
goods in store, and stored free of charge. 

I^p*' Regular Package Sales of Boots and Shoes every 
THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 



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< Imporfers and Dealers in 

Ag:c7 cultural Implements, Garden Seed^i, Mi;^a: 
and Carpenters Tools, Hard^^o^are ancl 

Agricultural Implements. 

'■^ughe, Ci'. vators, Harrow*, Sfcod Sowers, Wl, eat D:i.!f, Field Rolleis, Reiiping 
''!,- hiufj ?.]u •hiov.p '.Train Oi-adlHS Grass Scythes and Snaths, Horse and ILind '^« 
'^V'nnir^ Mills, C !« ■•^h< Hers, Hand and Power Grain anu Ciffeo AlilU, liuir 8t'>i t J 
n . «"»i.Strnw <'^utt«a•^ O; \.>l5Ps, iiows a.id rii'ns, Trace m.l llaii r Cli 'ns T .ii» 



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Seeds. 

li'ue Grass. TiHiOthy,H.'rds Grass, Red and Wi '.te Glovei-, Wheat, Ryr. OrtsBuK ♦i 
Miilef, Oniofl Oncuniber,Oal'bage, Cauliflower, Kgg Plant, Lucerne, Broeoli, Mi' n. V 
'i'tirf.ipsi,l.v uco,pHnikin,Tomat(»e, Spinach, Bare.l, Rhubarb, Parsnip, Ctkra,Kj.' , Che 
</< I r . t.;.rro( (to with all l.iiids ol i.<'lywer Soeds. 

Minors', Smiths' and Carpenters' Tool«. 

An '•', Kuj,V, Field's and Kov, ind's long and short handle Shovels, Collins' PicV;- 
.Vv.eH,,Hipkor3 Pick aud Axe HoKes, Crow Bnps, Steel Drills, Sfono JIaullue;^, ^ t > 
Hoes,f91air>e For' «, blasting Powder and Fu« ,-i!' cksmit'.i's Bellows, Aiu-i!.^ Vice '' .-. 
Plat 'S '■ -« a» iind Dies, Hammers Augers, CuistiS, Saws, Plane -, Siuares. Lev< ' <. 

Hardware and Cutleiy. 

]Ki I KK, « "arvr-r's Stoels. Pocket K)iivc«, Sheath an' n"fihfr K; iv. --. ' i 

S<. it ' ' H.nges, Screws, Tacks, Brads, Files, Raev-t. Aii" orob.- ci ' ». >■(: 

t\.\'f ■■ ti; >md a general »U58ort;iient of (.'oou- ia the J^oveli.id. 



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