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8 CLAY ST. and 107 MERCHANT ST. 

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jOOKWOOD, EWELL & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

FUHNI^HHSTQ GOODS, ETC. 
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OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF 

A.TS. — Fine Black Frock Coats ; Fine Blue Frock Coats ; Fine Olive Frock 
Coflts ; Blue and Black Dress Coats; every variety and Style of Overcoats. 

NTS. — Fine Black Doeskin Pants ; Fine Blue Doeskin Pants ; Fine French, 
English and American Cassimere Pants. 

ST3. — Black and Fancy Silks and Velvets, every description ; Black and Blue 
Cloth Vests ; Fine Casiimere Vests ; Fine French Cassimere Vests. 

VIS & JONES' and ATKINS' WHIT E AND COL'D SHIRTS. 

B. — Particular attention given to taking measures and orders for Custom-Made Ciotliing, to 
iiiiufactured at our House. 173 Broadway, New York, aiid returned in .sixtv (lnys. Perfect 
guaranteed or no sale. LOCKWOOD, EWELL & CO. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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Sansome Street, opposite the American Theater, 
SAST ERASTGIS G 0. 



THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE IS NOW PERMANENTLY 

RAISED TO THE GRADE ! 

Leaving two fine granite steps to the Office Floor from the Sidewalk. This grand 
Improvement to the Exchange was completed in May, 1859. 




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JB@- The AMERICAN EXCHANGE has recently been re-furnished with 100 
French Elizabethan Style Bedsteads ; 300 Fine Feather Pillows ; 100 best Curled 
Hair Matresses ; 200 Feather Bolsters ; 200 Premium Spring Matresses. This 
old established Hotel is now furnished throughout the House with 

i>iie]siium: si>Ri]sra ]Si:^TiiESSES. 



A NEW ADDITION TO THE EXCHANGE OF SIXTY ROOMS ! 

Furnished in the best style Also a large nnmber of fine Family Booms. 

S;^ This Hotel is F'- ■ proof, and has 180 hard-finished Rooms. Ladies' Entrance 
to the Hotel, corner of San& le and Halleck Streets. The EXCHANGE has been entirely remod- 
eled, painted and renovated throughout. The Proprietor will leave nothing undone to make the 
guests of the Exchange comfortable while stopping at this Hotel. Prices shall be reasonable. 

THE PROPRIETOR SETS THE BEST TABLE in THE STATE. 



^J^The EXCHANGE COACH will always be in readiness to convey Passengers 
to : id from the Hotel. 

BAILXSY SARGENT, Proprietor. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 











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CONNECTINa WITH THE STEAMERS OF THE 

ONITBD %UfU MAIL 8TBAM8HIP CO. 



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TJ. S. MAIL LINE for GARDNER CITY, (Umpqua River,) EUREKA, 
Humboldt Bay), CRESCENT CITY and PORT ORFORD. Leaves immedi- 
itely after the arrival of the Atlantic Mails. Steamer COLUMBIA. 

U. S. MAIL LINE for PORTLAND, (O. T.), and PORT TOWNSEND, 

W. T.) Leaves immediately after the arrival of the Atlantic Mails. Steamer 

S^ORTHERNER. 

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FORBES & BABCOCK, 

CORNER OF SACRAMENTO AND LEIDESDORFF STS, 



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C^REYIIS^G THE TJ. S. MJ^IL 




The Pacific Mail Steamship Company 

"WILL SELL TICKETS 

From San Francisco to tlie Anchorage at Yentosa, 



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liiouisiana Tehuantepeo 

WILL SELL TICKETS 

From tlie Aiicliorajie at Yentosa to New Orleans. 



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THE COMPANY'S NEW AND ELEGANT STEAMER 








"v^iLsoisr, coiwinvcA-nsriDEii,, 

Has been placed on the route, and will wait the arrival of the Mails and Passengers 
at MIXATITLAN, and convey them to NEW ORLEANS. 

For Freight or Passage from VENTOSA to NEW ORLEANS, apply at the 

Agency of the Louisiana Tehuantepec Company, 

SOUTH-EAST CORNER MONTGOMERY and JACKSON STREETS. 

LXICIEN HERMANN, Agent. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. VU 



STEAM NAVIGATION CO. 

Organized March 1, 1854 Capital Stock, $2,500,000 

Tho following are the OFFICERS for the year 1858-59: 

Pmicfeni, SAM'L J. IIENSLEY; Vice President, RICH'D M. JESSUP; Secretin/, WILLIAM 
NORRIS; Directors, SAM'L J. HENSLEY, JAMES WHITNEY, Jr., ALFRED REDINGTON, 
E. V. JOICE, WILLIAM NORRIS, R. M. JESSUP, B. M. HARTSHORNE, JOHN BENSLEY 
and F. F. LOW. Agents, Sacramento, ALFRED REDDINGTON; Marysville, HENRY GIL- 
MAN; Red Bluff, JAMES S. JOHNSON; Stockton, J. S. PRATT. 



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DEPARTURE FROM JACKSON STREET WHARF 

(SMEiffli iu mnm states mails. 

Steamer NEW WORLD Capt. Sam'l Seymour 

Steamer ANTELOPE Capt. E. A. Poole 

Steamer HELEN HENSLEY. .. .Capt. E. Z. Clark 

Steamer J. BRAGDON..... Capt. D. B. Mosby 

Steamer CORNELIA Capt. B. Conklin 

ONE OP THE ABOYE STEAMERS WILL LEAVE 

EVERY DAY, at Pour o'clock, P. M. 

(Sundays excepted,) for 
Connecting with light draught Steamers for 

MARYSVILLE, COLUSA AND RED BLUFF. 

Califoruia Steam IVavigation Company's Line of Steamships 

ON NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN COAST. 
Steamship BRO. JONATHAN Geo. W. Staples, Commander 

(1360 Tuns.) 

Steamship PACIFIC, (1003 Tuns)....C. P. Patterson, Commander 

RUXNINO TO 

CRESCENT CITY, PORTLAND, Oregon, and VICTORIA, Vancouver's Island. 

Steamship SENATOR Thos W. Seeley, Commander 

RUNNING Regularly to SAN LUIS OBISPO, SANTA BARBARA, SAN 
PEDRO (LOS ANGELES), and SAN DIEGO. 

For further particuhirs apply at the Office of the Company, 
Corner of JACKSON and FRONT STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

SAMUEL J. HENSLEY, President. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 











FIBE m LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

o F LOisri ) o isr . 

ESTABLISH EB. i808. CAPITAL, #8.000,000. 

The undersigned, having received permission to issue Policies 
Insuring detached Frame Buildings and their Furniture, are now 
prepared to receive applications for the same. 

PALKNER, BELL & CO., Agents, 



Brick Buildings, and Merchandise stored in them, or Merchan- 
dise stored afloat, insured against Fire on the most moderate terms. 

Also, LIFE INSURANCE, for a period of years, or the 
whole term of life. 

138 ^V^SH:i]N^aTOISr STIIEET. 



Dambiirg Bremen Fire Insnranee Company 

C-A.r»IT^L, Si,ooo,ooo. 

COTJUT or -A.3DIwfl:iIsriSTI?,A.TIOIsr = 

SomJurfl-— WILHELM GOSSLER. Esq., Pres. Bremen— LOUIS DELIUS. Esq. 

ALB REG HT KOCH EN, Esq. CARL MELCHERS, Esq. 

AUG. JOS. SCHON, Esq. CARL TEWES, Esq. 

A. J. WOLDSEN, Esq. Koiary— ED. SCHRAMM, Dr., Hamburg. 

GUST. WIELER, Esq. J/anag^er— ALFRED KLAUHOLD, Esq., Hamb. 



The undersigned, Agent for California, for the above highly renowned Company, 
is prepared to issue Policies against loss by fire, on the most favorable terms, in all 
parts of the City, on 

STOiiES, 3Vwa:Ei^oi3:.A.isri:)iSE, 

B@* All claims will be paid by the undersigned immediately after the amount of 
loss is ascertained, particular arrangements for that purpose having been made. 

MORRIS SPBYER, Agent, 

138 Washington Street, between Sansome and Montgomery. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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WELLS, FARGO & CO, 




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C^PITA-L, 



S600,000. 



TO ALL PARTS OF CALIFORMA; 

To Crescent City, Oregon, and the Southern Coast ; 



TO THE 



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IN CHARGE OF SPECIAL MESSENGERS, 

BY THE PANAMA AND NICARAGUA STEAMERS, 

Connecting in NEW YOEK with the 

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY WEST and CANADA WEST 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY SOUTH and WEST 

HARNDEN EXPRESS COMPANY EAST and SOUTH 

NATIONAL EXPRESS COMPANY NORTH and CANADA EAST 



On all the PRINCIPAL CITIES in the United States and Canada ; Royal 
Bank of Ireland, Dublin, and Union Bank of London, London. 



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GENERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



LOUIS McLANE, 

GENERAL AGENT FOR CALIFORNIA. 
N.W. corner Montgomery and California Streets. 



San FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



CUMWBil C®^Wli IMFEE! 



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PORAVARD A DAILY EXPRESS TO 

OAKLAND, SAN PABLO, SAN LORENZO, CKNTREVILLE, "VfASHINGTON CORNERS, 

SAN ANTONIO, SAN LEANDKO, ALVARADO, VALLEJO'S MILLS, MISSION SAN JOSE, 

ALAMEDA, HAYWARDS HOTEL, UNION CITY, MILPITAS, WARM SPRINGS. 

AND TRl-"WEEKr.Y TO 

LAFAY'ETTE, ALAMO, PACIIECO, WALNUT CREEK HOUSE and ALVISO, 

Connpcting through the State with WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S and FREEMAN & CO.'S EXPRESSES. Owing to 
the great inoroase of our facilities, we have been enabled to reduce the price of our Stamped Envelopes to 12i^ cents. 

Office on Davis Street, opposite the Oakland Ferry. 

GEAVES & WILLIAMS, 



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Nos. 67, 69 and 71 MERCHANT STREET, 

OPPOSITE "WASHINGTON MARKET," 

'u)'I^^^AI^.I: } SAF ERASrCISGO. 

BAKTLING & KIMBALL, 













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lank-§0oli ^aMfertarm. 



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141 Washington St., bet. Montgomery & Sansome, 



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Buled and Manufactured to Order in a superior style. 



OLD BOOKS RE-BOUND AT SHORT NOTICE. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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WOODWORTH & CO. 



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No. 16 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

s^]sr FiiA.]srcisco. 




IS^LWSa^l AffllUfflS tm aAL2B^@mHa4 



rOR THE SALE OF THE 



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PRINCE'S MELODEONS. 



nnsiG STOOLS and piano covers, in etert yariett. 



A LARGE STOCK OF 



ALWAYS ON HAND. 



xii 8AN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



FEDERICO BIESTA, 

No. 1Q6 MONTGOMERY ST. 

i]V3:for.teh of 

FRENCH, SPANISH and ITALIAN BOOKS 

— AND — 

ST^TIONEIiY! 

ALSO 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, FROM PARIS. 




BRONZES, PORT MONNAIES, POCKET CUTLERY, 
WRITING DESKS, LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S TOILET ARTICLES, 

ETO. ETC- ETC- 

ARTICLES FOR ARTISTS, 

PAINTERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN. 

OIL AND WATER COLORS, BRUSHES, YARNISH AND OIL, 
PALLETS, PENCILS, MATHEMATICAL BOXES, ETC. 

White and Tinted Drawing and Water-Color Paper. Landscapes, 
FLOWERS and FIGURES. ENGRAVINGS. 

ALSO 

Lnbin's, Pinand's and Condray's Perfnmerj 

N. B, — ^I am in constant receipt, by every Steamer, of goods of the above 
description, and am able, also, to promptly fulfill all orders in this line 
through my Agents in Paris. 

FEDERICO BIESTA, 

No. 126 Montgomery Street, near Sacramento. 



AN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. Xlll 



Inivcisity of the Paclflc 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

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J. MORISON, M. D., Professor of Pathology and of the Principles and Practice 

of Medicine. 

ISAAC ROWELL, M. D Professor of Chemistry 

R. BEVERLY COLE, M. D., Professor of Physiology and of Obstetrics and Dis- 
eases of Wovien and Children. 

E. S. COOPER, M. D Professor of Anatomy and Surgery 

B. R. CARMAN, M. D Professor of Materia-Medica 

Hon. GEO. BARSTOW Professor of Medical Jurisprudence 



ANNOUNCEMENT OF LECTURES, Session of 1859. 

The regular Annual Course of Lectures in this Institution will commence on the 
first Monday in May, 1859, and be continued eighteen weeks. 

Clinical Lectures will also be given on Wednesday and Saturday of each week, 
on Practice of Medicine, Surgery, Special Pathalogical Anatomy, on Physical 
Diagnosis, Auscultation and Percussion, and upon the Diseases of Women and Chil- 
dren. The Medical Clinic will be under the direction of Professor Morisou ; the 
Surgical Clinic under Professor Cooper ; the Obstetrical Clinic, including Diseases 
of Women and Children, under Professor Cole. 

REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATIONS' 

The examinations will be so arranged as to permit the commencement for conferring degrees, to be held early in 
September. 

The cttiididate must be of good moral character, and at least twenty-one years of age. _ , v.- v 

He must hiivo attended two full courses of lectures in some regular and recoguizeil medical school, one of which 
shall have been in this college, and he must exhibit his tickets, or other sufficient evidence thereof, to the Dean of the 
Faculty. , ,• • i • 

He must have studied medicine for not less than three years, and have attended at least one course of clinical in- 
struction in an institution approved by the Faculty. . • i.- 

He must present to the Oean of the Faculty a thesis or dissertation upon some medical subject, in his own hand- 
writing, and of his own comixjsition ; and exhibit to the Faculty, at his examination, satisfactory evidence of his pro- 
fessional attainments. 

If, after examination for a degree, the candidate, on ballot, shall be found to have received three, negative votes, he 
shall be entitled to another examination ;— should he decline this, he may withdraw his thesis and graduation fee, 
and not be considered as rejected. 

The degree will not be conferred upon any candidate who absents himself from the public commencement, without 
the special permission of the Faculty. 

FEES. 

The fee to each Professor is thirty dollars, payable in advance. The Matriculation fee ia five doUars :—to he paid but 
once. The graduation fee is fi/t>/ dollars. 

BENEFICIARIES. 

For the purpose of assisting meritorious young men, the Faculty will receive annually, a limited number of 1*^6- 
ficiaries, who will be required to pay fifty dollars each, towards the support of the institution, together with the Mar 
triculation fee. 

Tliose who are desirous of availing themselves of this foundation, must present to the Dean of the Faculty, as early 
as possible, satisfactory evidence, showing them to be of good moral character and of appropriate elementary educa- 
tion, and 80 circumstanced as to require this as.-istance. 

SPRING, OR PRELIMINARY COURSE. 

The Faculty, with a view of increasing the fVicilities for medical instruction without additional cost to the student, 
V ill deliver annually a gratuitous preliminary course of lectures upon subjects of importance, commencing on the 
t.r^t of April, and continuing till the commencement of the regular course. 



xiv SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



THOMAS DAY, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

GAS FIXTURES 



"WTiicli he is constantly receiving direct from the most celebrated Manufac- 
turers, of the latest styles, and will be put up by experienced work- 
men and warranted. Everything in connection with GAS 
constantly on hand, consisting of 

Glass Shades, Paper Shades, Drop Lights, Portables, Fire Pro- 
tectors, Torches, Keys, Wax Tapers, and Taper Holders 

FOR LIGHTING GAS, ETC. ETC. 

IRON PIPE, all sizes, for Gas and Water, 



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FITTINGS, SERVICE COCKS, ETC. ETC. 

T^B LE CXJT LE li Y 

with Carvers and Steels to match, 
with Buffalo, Stag, Horn, Bone and Cocoa Handles. 



I. X. L. POCKET CUTLERY 

Geo. Wostenholm & Son's celebrated I. X. L. Pocket Cutlery, 
Id great Tariety. Also, Pruniug, Budding, Sporting Knives, etc., at Wholesale. 



OIL, CAxMPHENE and FLUID LAMPS 

Solar, Camphene, Doric and Fluid WICKS. 
GLOBES, CHIMNEYS, ETC., FOR LAMPS. 

188 Montgomery Street, near Jackson 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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TAAFFE, MCGAHILL & GO. 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN 

ENGLISH, FKENCH AND AMEKICAN 



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FRONT STREET, COR. OF SACRAMENTO, 

And 320 Broad'w^ay, Marble Buildings, Nev^Tork. 

William Taaffe. John A. Landers. Adam T. Green. Chas. S. Wood. 






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O^SH P^ID FOR 

WOOLEN and COTTON RAGS, PAPER, 

COPPER, BRASS, ZINC, BAGS, 

LEAD, GLASS, BOTTLES, ROPE, 

HORNS, HIDES, OLD IRON, &c. &c. 

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DEPOT and OFFICE, 20 and 22 CALIFORNIA ST. 
SASr I"E.AFGIS G 0. 



S. P. TAYLOR & S. L JAMES, Propri etors. 

J^" AU kinds of PAPER on hand and made to order. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ASSAY OFFICE 



AND 





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OF 



HENRY HENTSCH, 

No. 120 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



ASSAYS of GOLD, SILVER, QUARTZ 

AJNT) SULPHXJRET. 

Returns made in from twelve to twenty-four hours, in Coin or 
Bars, at tlie option of tlie Depositor. 

Charges, one-quarter of one per cent, or $3 for lots under $1,200. 















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NEW YORK, HAMBURGtH, 

LIVERPOOL, BERLIN, 

LONDON, PARIS, 

FRANKFORT GENEVA, 

ON THE MAINE. (SWITZERLAND.) 

Deposits Received and GENERAL BANKING Business transacted 

CONSUL OF SWITZERLAND HENRY HENTSCH. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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(Established in 1849.) 




BOHEMIAN, 



FRENCH AND 

GLASSWARE 



FINE TABLE CUTLEKY, 

LAMPS, C HANDEUKRS, GIRANDO LES, ETC. 

180 & 182 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

Wholesale Department 106 BATTERY STREET, 



BRANCH HOUSE, No. 136 J Street, SACRAMENTO; 

.AJLSO, 

First St. south side, between D and the Plaza, MARTSVILLE, 

SIGN OF THE "BIG WHITE PITCHER" 



B®* From an experience of 21 years in my present business, and having complete 
arrangements with the Manufactories of Europe, I am enabled to offer the most 
extended facilities to the Trade, not only in point of the magnitude and variety of 
my Stock, but in the price thereof. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



RASCHE & SONS, 

]S"o. 190 Washington Street, . . San Francisco, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



P1AM0S, 




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INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS, ETC. ETC. 



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SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED MAUFACTURERS, 
A. H. GALS & CO., New York. 

T. GILBERT, Boston. 

C. MEYBR, Philadelphia. 

"Whose Pianos they have always on hand, for Sale and for Rent. 



SHEET MUSIC FOR THE FOLLOWING COMBINATIONS 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND IN GKEAT QUANTITIES. 



Voice and Piano, 
Piano alone. 
Piano and Guitar, 
Piano and Violin, 
Piano and Flute, 

Piano and Violoncello, 
Piano and Cornet, 

Piano, two Violins, Violoncello and Bass. 
Piano, Violin, Violincello and Organ. 
Small Orchestra. 



One Guitar, 
Two Guitars, 
Guitar and Voice, 
Guitar and Violin, 
Guitar and Flute, 
Guitar and Piano, 



Piano four hands, 
Piano six hands, 
Two Pianos, 
One Violin, 
Two Violins, 
One Flute, 
Two Flutes, 

Small Brass Band. 

Full Orchestra, 15-25 Instruments. 

Full Brass Band, 15-25 Instruments. 



Also, INSTRUCTION BOOKS for the following INSTRUMENTS, 

IN ENDLESS VARIETY. 

PIANO— German, English and French. I GUITAR — German, English, French and Spanish. 
VIOLIN — German and English. I Melodeon, Organ, Accoideon, Flutina, Concertina, 

FLUTE — German, English and French. J Banjo, Violoncello, Double Bass, 
SINGING and ALL WIND INSTRUMENTS. 

€\wn\ ®usk, Coraplttt ©gcras ^ drattrrios, ^ounir Pusk, ic. 
PI A.]Sr OS FOR EEN^T. 

Yiolins, Guitars, Accordeons, etc. etc., repaired neatly and cheap. Genuine Silver 

Strings, for Yiolins, etc., spun to order. Pianos Tuned. Music for Balls 

and Parties Furnished. Music Arranged for all Instruments. 

«@- NEW MUSIC received by EYERY STEAMER. «,®fir 

New Music Published. Music Assorted and Bound in the Best Style. 

A liberal discount made to the Trade and Professors of Music. 



SAN" FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



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A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE AND NEWS. 



THE GOLDEN ERA has A LARGER CIRCULATION than 
ANY OTHER PAPER ON THE PACIFIC COAST, 

And is distributed every week by its Agents, (329 in number), 

IN EVERY CITY, MINING TOWN, CAMP AND CANON 

and throughout the FARMING DISTRICTS generally 

OF 0-A.X.IFOI^Isri.A. J^ISTID OI^EG^OI>Tl 



Each Number contains Forty-Eight Columns of Reading Matter, 

CONSISTING OF 



Illustrative of Life and Scenes in California; 

Narratives, News, Gossip and Humor; Editorials on leading topics, the Drama, etc.; 
Record of City Events ; Mining and General News of the State ; an Epit- 
ome of the News of the World ; a Weekly Review of the Market ; 

SEHiECTEI? nVE-A.TTEIl, FOETH'Y, EXO- 

Terms of Subscription Five Dollars per Annum 

12 i cents per Week, payable to the Carriers, and served in any part of the City. 

OEEIOE, 



JAMES BROOKS,) ,.,., , 

R. M. DAGGEIT t ^^'^^':^^"^ 
J. M. FOARD, ) Proprietors. 



No. 151 CLAY STREET, 

One Door below Montgomery, SAN FRANCISCO. 



COlwfllDP-A.Il.A.XI'VE CIPlOXJi:..A.XI03Sr. 



In Columbia, the following is the number of Papers, 
Magazines, etc. circulated at present : 

Daily Sacramento Union 45 copies. 

" Kvening Bulletin 40 " 

" Alta California 45 « 

" Herald 20 « 

" Times 25 " 

" Morning Call 35 " 

" Democrat (German) 14 " 

" L'Kcho du Pacifique 18 « 

" Lc Phare 14 « 

Total „ 256 ' 

Weekly Spirit of the Times 26 " 

" Sacramento Union 30 ." 

" CiilifiTiiia Farmer , 12 " 

" GOLDEN ERA. 300 " 

" Alta. (Jaliloruia 125 " 

" Bulletin 60 '• 

" National 15 " 

" Herald 12 " 

" Union Democrat 16 " 

" Sonora Herald 15 « 

« Stockton Argus 8 " 

" San .Toaquin Republican 3 " 

" San Jose Tribune 3 " 

" Pacific 38 " 

" Christian Advocate 30 " 

" Pacific Methodist 8 « 

" Miscellaneous 20 " 

Total Weekly 713 

The figures foot up 5,456 copies of the dailies taken each 
month, and 2,852 weeklies. 
"This is probably more papers than any other interior 



mountain town consumes; if it is not, let them show the 
figures and we will yield. If it is, we claim the banner, 
and appoint the Golden Era umpire. — Columbia yVeeJcli/ 
mws, ikpt. 30, 1858. 



" As Columbia has thrown down the gauntlet, perhaps 
it would not be amiss to show her that she is not the only 
interior town whose citizens are adicted to reading. _ The 
following are the known newspaper statistics of Oroville:" 

Daily Morning Call 160 copies. 

" Sacramento Union 125 '• 

" National 25 « 

" Kvening Telegram 20 " 

« Alta California 20 « 

" Evening Bulletin 12 " 

" Le Phare (French) 12 " 

" Marysvillu Kxpress 10 " 

" Marysville National Democrat .8 " 

" Democrat (German) 8 " 

" San Francisco Times 5 " 

Total Dailies 405 

Weekly Sacramento Union 228 " 

" BulK'tin 70 " 

'• GOLDEN ERA 306 « 

" Alta Ciiliioruia 45 " 

" Home Journal 40 «' 

« Pacific 35 " 

" Christian Advocate 35 " 

« Herald 15 " 

" Spirit of the Times 14 " 

•' rireman's Journal 10 " 

Total Weeklies 798 

San Francisco Morning Call, Oct. 17, 1858. 
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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ALBERT G. RANDALL, 

RSAL ESTATE AGENT, 

I'SMK Ml S 



9 

coiiwflins/iissionsrEPt o:f x^eeids 

For MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, CONNECTICUT, PENNSYLYANIA, 

OHIO, MICHIGAN, IOWA, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, ILLINOIS, 

NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA and OREGON. 



No. 158 Montgomery Street. Montgomery Block, 

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AMD ON OTHER DAYS WHEN REQ,UIRED. 



A. G. R has been engaged in this line of business in this City since April, 1849, has 
an extensive acquaintance, and possesses good facilities for giving satisfaction. 

DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWERS of ATTORNEY, etc. 

Correctly drawn in Spanish and English, and Translations Made. 



KELIsOGO- & HUMBERT 











No. 108 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



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Price Reduced to only 01.OO and LESS where a number of Tickets is Porcliased. 

Dr. Bourne's Electro-Chemical Baths. 




TIIKV KEMOVK FliOM THE HUMAN' SYSTEM 

mercury iu all its forms, aud all other JTIineral Poisons, 

Administered bv Drug Doctors by accident, or by pursuing unfavorable callings; the almost universal CAUSES of 
PARAlA'f^IS, KIIEUMATISM, STIFF JOINTS, WEAK AND LAME BACK, NEURALGIA, DIFFICULTIES OF 
TUE STOMACH, LUNGS, etc., etc., and consequently effect 

in all those diseases. They piirify the blood, equalize the nervous fluid, strengthen the entire nervous system, pro- 
duce delightful sensations of quiet and repose, increase the natural warmth, and in fact 

The most Luxurious Bath ^hich has ever been Devised! 

They may be taken by persons in perfect health ; and all persons of sedentary habits, both male ahd female, should 
take from two to three a month, and would do so were their merits once tested. 

if^. They are so invigoiating, that cold or stormy weather should not prevent taking them ; ia fact, persons in 
delicate health should take them at such times, as they impart warmth and strength to the system. 

They arc administered under the constant personal supervision of Dr. BOURNE, and not intrusted to boys or in- 
experienced persons. Thej* require great care and attention, and it is given. 

"0:5^ LADmS are informed that these Baths cle«r and improve the complexion of the skin, rendering it also softer 
and smoother. A LADY IS IN CONSTANT ATTENDANCE TO WAIT UPON LADIES. 



There is NO SHOCK whatever, nor any painful sensations 



The most delicate or robust, young or old, male or female, maj- take them in perfect safety, as Dr. BOURNE reg- 
ulates them to suit each case. They are administered ONLY by Dr. BOURNE, who has now employed them con- 
stantly duritig nearly four years, with pre-eminent success. 

South-east corner of Sansooie and Commercial Sts., opposite St. Nicholas Hotel, San Francisco. 

The effects of Poison Oak REMOVED in a few hours to a day or two at most, in ALMOST ALL CASES. 
iEVEK AND AGUE ia POSITIVELY Cl'RKD better and quicker than by any other known means. 
The moat inveterate cases of DYSPEPSIA PERMANENTLY CURED, (not " patched up") in from six to ten weeks, 

■XiZZSI X>XT:^X*XC? XS C.A.XJ'Z'XOPi'XZZ^ 

Aeainst confonndinp: the EleclroChemical Baths with the " Rusitian Stettin linlhu.-' Ilr. BOl'K.NE does A'07'nilininister " Rus- 
sian Steam Batlis,"' and does not wish to bear the o<lium of the cliiirge. In the ElectroCheniicHl Batlis thu strum ia SOT inhnted 
into the liiiii/x, toirethcr with the ^urin from the healed and sweltering Bather, and perhaps (disKUstinK tlioiiK'it) the foul o<loi'8, 
etc., emitted by hall a dozen or a dozen others encagod at the same time ! No ! in the ELEt'TKOl'HK.MICAL BATHS there is 
"nothing of that sort " — the Bathers neither trrinq, breathing nor nmelling the rapor, and each one has bis separate and distinct 
apartment and apparatus, ^f- Tl-.e Klectrn-Ohemical Baths are NOT administered to perscus suffering with infectious or loath- 
some diseases. a^CONSVLTATIOyS FKEEt 



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:S^O. 153 MO:NrTaOMEIlY STREET, 

Corner of Merchant Street, SASJ H^IEASJCSHSCS®© 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

STITMHIM, BUMl B09Ii, 

EuYcIopes, Law Books, Law Blanks, Fancy Articles, 

PRINTERS' CARDS, Plain and with Fancy Borders, 

BOOKS, MAGAZINES AND ATLANTIC PAPERS. 



Orders will be received for any Book or other article required from the States, 
and obtained in the shortest time possible. 



EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS, in any Style, MADE TO ORDER. 

Orders from the Country are solicited, to which special attention will be paid. 

JOHN G. HODGE. FRANK S. WOOD. 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY 

No. 116 CLAY STREET, Second Door BELOW SANSOME, 

N. B. — PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO FILLING COUNTRY ORDERS. 



EC. C. LOGhA.]Nr, 

r£©^m, Esi^Am ah© m03§ 









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IsTO. 165 MO]SrTGOM:ERY ST., 



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BMEITT & SHEEWOOB, 




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MANUFACTUKERS AND IMPORTERS OF 

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WE ARE THE INVENTORS OF THE ART OP 

MAMFACTURmG QUARTZ ROCK JEWELRY. 



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We import direct from England and Geneva, and sell at New York Prices. 

im:> ^ .^:^ s:c£ ce:> ss' i£> ^ 

WE IMPORT AND SET IN ORNAMENTS, TO SUIT ALL TASTES. 

WATCH REPAIRS are executed under our own inspection, and WARRANTED. 



[MAHI THE NUMBEEJ 
Montgomery Street, one door North of Commercial, ... San Francisco. 

Eugene Kelly, Daniel T. Murphy, Joseph A. Donohue, Adam Grant, Thos. Breeze. 

EUGENE KELLY & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

BET CrOOBS MB €L0THI16, 

CORNER OF SANSOME AND SACRAMENTO STREETS, 
SAN ERANGISGO. 

" JAN SON, BOND & CO. 

Importers of every description of 

%mtxuM, ^ritis^, S^tnl^, §txmm, m)i 0%r Con&tntal 








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No. 95 Battery Street, comer of Clay Street, 

SASr ERAFGIS G 0. 



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THOMAS TENNENT'S 

Surveying and Navigation Warehouse 

BJ.TTEEY CTEIIT, apposite lU CTWOM E®1EI. 

Sole Agency for WM. J. YOUNG'S (Philadelphia) SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS. 

TRANSITS, aM BAROMETERS, 

THEODOLITES, t^ . SPY GLASSES, 

SOLAR COMPASSES, ^^Mpfc TRACING PAPER, 

LEVELING STAVES, BWiHil TRACING CLOTH, 

DRAWING PAPER, ^^PI^B SHIPS' COMPASSES, 

DRAWING INSTRUM'TS. ^^ ,^ ^ » CHARTS, SEXTANTS. 

CMONOMSTfiRS RATED BY-THANSiT OBSSRVATJONS. 

U. S. AGENCY FOR GOVERNMENT CHARTS, 

REPAIRS EXECUTED IN THE BEST MANNER. 

Wm. B. COOKE & CO. 

AND PUBLISHERS OF 

LAW and CUSTOM HOUSE BLANKS. 



158 Montgomery St., Montgomery Block, 
SASr ERASrCISGO. 



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y^ FOU THE YEAR COMMENCING 

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GENERAL! 

DIRECTORY 



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CITIZENS, ETC 




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BUSINESS 

DIRECTORY 



OF 



DEALERS, ETC. 



AND 



^1^ ^PPEi^DIX, 

CONTAINING 

THE ORGANIZATION OP THE DIFFERENT BRANCHES OP THE MtTNICXPAIi OOVEHNMENT, 
AND THE LAWS REOTTLATING THE SAME ; TOGETHER "WITH A DESCRIPTION 
OF THE DIFFERENT ASSOCIATIONS, AND A GREAT VARIETY OF 
VALUABLE INFORMATION ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS; 

EXHIDITINO AT A GLAXCE 

THE PROGRESS AND PRESENT CONDITION OF THE CITY. 



[SECOND YEAR OF PUBLICATION.] 



COMPILED BT 

EDITOR OF THE " STATE REGISTEB." 



DEPOTS FOR THE SALE OF THIS WORK, 

OFFICE OP THE DIRECTORY, No. 144 WaBhington Street, Room 4, up stairs ; J. J. LECOUNT, 111 

Montgomery Street ; LEE & CARL, N. W. Corner Montgomery and Merchant Streets ; and 

WM. B. COOKE Si CO., N. E. Comer Montgomery and Merchant Streets. 



SAN FRANCISCO: 
COMMERCIAL STEAM PRESSES: VALENTINE & CO. 

No. 129 Sansome Street, near Washington. 
18 5 9. 



OUR MOTTO-QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. 

LOCIvAVOOD & HEISTDRIE, 

MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS in CLOTHING, 

Offer at "WTiolesale and Retail, the largest and best selected Stock of 

GENTS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING 



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TO BE FOUND IN CALIFORNIA ! 

Our facilities for MANUFACTURING are unsurpassed, and we mean to sell Clothing 
LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

{gg" We invite the particular attention of Dealers to the superior advantages we possess for 
filling their orders punctually and satisfactorily. 

jg^ Gents' and Boys' Clothing Made to order in the Latest Style. 



H. M. LOCKWOOD, 142 &/ 144 Broadway, New York. I J. W. HENDRIE, 176 Clay St. San Francisco. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year of our Lord eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, 

By HENRY G. LANGLEY, 
In the Clerk's OflSce of the District Court of the Northern District of the State of California. 



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]Sr^TIVE ^VI]SrES, ETC. 

CORNER OF FRONT AND BROADWAY STREETS, 



^,iesi.s:2r 5j^ s^ .^^. ss" ® a ^ o ca> o 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND : 



GER WINE, 
JFORNIA WINE, 
.CKBERRY BRANDY, 
■; ilRRY BRANDY, 
il SYRUP, 
iEAT SYRUP, 
:E APPLE SYRUP, 
»ION SYRUP, 
xtASPBERRY SYRUP, 
Essence of Peppermint. 



FOREST WINE BITTERS, 
SPICE BITTERS, 
WORMWOOD BITTERS, 
STOUGHTON BITTERS, 
STOMACH BITTERS, 
VEGETABLE BITTERS, 
WORMWOOD CORDIAL, 
CHERRY CORDIAL, 
ANISETTE, 
Essence of Jamaica Ginger. 



SARSAPARILLA SODA, 

COLORING, 

CURA9OA, 

ABSYNTHE, 

KERSHENWASSER, 

ANISADO, 

VERMOUTH, 

AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, 

ESSENCE OF LEMON, 

Ex. Saspberry Syrup, etc. 



PREFATORY. 



On presenting to the public the San Francisco Directory, for 1859 
and 1860, the Second Volume of the work issued by the present compiler, 
and inviting attention thereto, he would repeat what was set forth in his 
introductory of last year : 

" In the preparation of the present volume, the compiler has aimed to 
arrange a Directory more comprehensive in its plan, and more systematic 
in its arrangement, than any publication of a similar character hitherto 
issued in California. He has endeavored to present a Manual of Ref- 
erence so useful and valuable, that its successors may be deemed welcome 
annual visitors to every citizen. To this end he has devoted unremitting 
industry and the most vigilant care. How far he has given evidence 
of his ability to accomplish this, must be determined by the succeeding 
pages; and in referring thereto, he only asks that indulgence for any 
defects which may exist therein, that he has a right to expect, when the 
peculiarities of the undertaking are taken into consideration. There is, 
probably, no literary enterprise which is surrounded with so many obsta- 
cles to its successful prosecution, as the preparation of a work like the 
present; and especially in this city, where there is so much reluctance 
expressed by many persons to communicate the necessary information. 
In this respect, the compiler has met with so many cases where parties 
have refused their names, occupation and residence, that it has required 
considerable time and labor to complete the work in a satisfactory man- 
ner. He anticipates, however, that these difficulties will not exist to 
any considerable extent hereafter, and that a more universal desire will 
be exhibited to assist him in his efforts to establish, permanently, a work 
of so much importance to the city, as a complete and reliable Directory." 

An examination of the present volume will better convey a proper idea 
of its importance to the residents of this city, and the amount of labor 
necessary to prepare it for the press, than any particular description of its 
contents, which might be referred to here ; but in justice to himself, the 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



compiler deems it necessary to call attention to a few of the advantages of 
the present volume over either of its predecessors. 

The Register contains over twenty-one thousand five hundred names — 
over four thousand more than are contained in the Directory for 1858. 
Trtie Business Directory comprises nearly eight thousand different business 
firms, arranged and classified under appropriate heads. This department 
will be found useful for reference and a valuable addition to the work. 
The Directory of Streets, Public Buildings, Etc., has been carefully re- 
vised. The Appendix will be found very complete and reliable. The 
Consolidation Act has been closely examined and the amendments re- 
cently adopted by the Legislature, incorporated therein. The officers 
and the operations of the different departments of Government, Federal, 
State and Municipal, and the list of societies and the various public insti- 
tutions have been carefully corrected, and throughout this department a 
completeness will be observed not hitherto attained in any previous 
publication. The various changes and removals, which have taken 
place during the progress of the work through the press, and the diffe- 
rent new firms formed since the city was canvassed, will be found at 
the commencement of the work. An improvement in the arrangement of 
the Advertisements is for the first time introduced, by which the objec- 
tion of having them inserted with the Register of Names, is obviated. 

The Historical and General Reviews contain many interesting facts 
and statistics exhibiting the progress and present condition of the city, 
worthy of attention and consideration. The abstract of the population of 
San Francisco, contained in this department, has been carefully compiled 
and will be found to be an important contribution to the statistical data 
of the State. 

In closing these remarks, the compiler would again express his thanks 
for the unifornt courtesy extended to him during the progress of his labors; 
the prompt and ready acquiescence exhibited by the different public offi- 
cers in furnishing information, and the valuable assistance rendered by 
numerous friends, is warmly appreciated. The San Francisco Direc- 
tory for 1860-61, will be issued in June next. The change in the date 
of publication of the work has been found necessary, in consequence of 
the numerous alterations of business firms taking place during the first 
four months of the year. 

San Francisco, June 15, 1859. 



TA-BLE OF CONTENTS. 



niSTOUICAL REVIKW 7 

OeiiloLty, Tdjiognipliy, Financua, etc 7 

i'upuhttioa 17 

Shipiiients Trc-uiire 18 

Kotiirni* County AsMossor 18 

OpiTations Itiancli Mint 18 

ArriviilH iintl Departures uf I'asBt'ngei'S 18 

Clirouological Ilidtory 19 

QENEUAL KKVIKW 29 

Kducutioii imd Public i^chuuU 29 

Industriul Scho«l 32 

St. Ijj;n:itius College 34 

UnivciHity of the Pacific 34 

Sun Francisco College 34 

Private Schools 34 

Keligioa.M and Duuevolent Societies 35 

Sunday Schools 35 

Home lor the Inebriate 36 

Masons and Odd Fellon's 36 

As-sdciations, Ueuevolent, etc 36 

Fire Department 36 

Sun Fnincisco Water Works 36 

Keview of IndustiinI Enterprises 37 

Statistics of Trades, etc 41 

Sewing Machines 42 

Market Street Railroad 42 

CHANGES AND REMOVALS 43 

REGISTER OF NAMES 48 

DIRECTOKY OF STREETS 2!)2 

Pul.lic Buildings 296 

Numerical Street Directory 297 

Buildings 2'.i9 

Halls. Blocks, Rows 3U0 

Places of Amusement 300 

Parks, Squares, etc 301 

Wharves 301 

Key to Public Offices 301 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, TRADES, ETC 305 

CONSOLIDATION ACT 337 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 371 

Board of Supervisors 371 

City and County Officers 371 



Prrc 

District Officers 372 

Police Department 373 

Public Schools 373 

Board of Education 373 

FIRE DEPART.MENT 373 

Organization 873 

FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICES 377 

Custom House 378 

Branch Mint 379 

U. S. Surveyor-General 379 

Post Office 380 

COURTS 380 

CHURCHES 381 

Baptist 381 

Congregatlonalist 381 

Epi.scopal 382 

German Evangelical 383 

German Lutheran 382 

Hebrew 386 

Methodist Episcopal 3S3 

Presbyterian 384 

Roman Catholic 385 

Swedenborgian 386 

Unitarian 386 

ASSOCIATIONS AND SOCIETIES 386 

MASONIC FRATERNITY 393 

I. 0. OF ODD FELLOWS 394 

MISCELLANEOUS 396 

Military 396 

Newspapers 396- 

Insurance Companies. 39T 

Incorporated Companies 398 

Telegraph Lines 400 

Consuls 401 

Hospitals 401 

Cemeteries 401 

Ocean Steamers 402 

Steamboats 402 

£>Lpresses 4U3 

Omnibusaes and Stages 403 

ADVERTISEMENTS 404 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Advertising Agents. 

Tlios. Boyce 421 

C. A. Crane 421 

h. P. Fisher 421 

Afp-ieultural Depots. 

J. D. Arthur & Son 462 

Amuse naeiits. 

Maguire's Opera House 333 

King Solomon's Temple 334 

Apotliecarles. 

Wm. II. Keith & Co ii 

Vigoureux & Co 438 

ArcHltccts. 

Wm. Craine. 420 

Assayers. 

G. W. Bell 432 

Henry Hentsch xvi 

Kellogg & lliunbert xx 

Auctioneers. 

Wainwright, Post & Rice 409 

BaUers. 

H. Winkle 465 

Bankers. 

Henry Hentsch xvi 

Wells, Fargo A: Co ix 

Bathing KstabllsHments. 

Dr. G. M. Bourne xxi 

Fox, Rapi» & Schmidt 465 

J. Greif 465 

Billiard Saloons. 

a. H. Allen 451 

Torrence & Parker 449 



Billiard Table Slanufs. 

M E. Hughes 424 

J. Strahle & Co 424 

Boat Builders. 

W. A. Henick 458 

Boiler and Sheet Iron Works 

Coffey & Risdon 461 

Bookbinders. 

Bartling & Kimball x 

G. T. Emerson 425 

Friedel & Vollum 433 

Booksellers. 

G. H. Bell xxii 

F. Bitsta xii 

Ilodge & Wood xxii 

J. J. Lecount cover 

Lee & Carl 410 

J. Q. A. Warren 335 

Boots and Shoes. 

Samuel Baker 423 

Einstein Bros 423 

Boxes, Packing. 
Hobbs, Gilmore & Co 408 

Brass Foundries. 

W. H. & D. M. Mw.re 414 

Breweries. 

Hoelscher, Wieland & Co 416 

John Mason 446 

Brokers. 

H. C. Logan xxii 

J. Perry, Jr 447 

A. G. Randall xx 



Brooms. 

C. W. & G. W. Armes 439 

Cablnet-]^Iaker8. Show Cases. 

John Wigmore 456 

Cainphene and Oils. 

Diotz & Co 444 

Carpenters. 

H. G. Pratt 437 

Carriage and Wagon Manur. 

Applegate & Co 454 

Folsom & Dingley 455 

Kimball & Co 459 

P. Witbeck 454 

Carvers and Gliders. 

Jones, WooU & Sutherland 453 

E. Stein 453 

Chemicals. 

J. Mosheimer & Co 432 

Chronometers. 

Barrett & Sherwood xxiii 

J. McGregor 428 

Thomas Tennent xxiv 

Cider Merchants. 
S. E. Oakley 459 

Clothing Dealers. 

I. Blum 423 

Canfield, Pierson A Co 426 

Lockwood, Ewell & Co iii 

Lockwooil & Ilendrie 2 

Nichols &. Raniage 423 

I. B. Purdy & Co u 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Cigar Importers. 

A. SutroA Co 440 

Coal Denlera. 

Hartihorno & Crnry 430 

Cullcgts and School*. 

N. W. ChUtunden 420 

Mrs. M. II. Swi'tU'iistifina U31 

UDivfmity of the Pacific xiii 

CoiuiiiIkmIoii Mvrchaiita. 
Flint, IVab...l.v & Co 430 

C. L. Hiirrlngton 430 

Jobii Wiulcr 430 

Confectioners. 

J. Regan 418 

Contractors. 

A. H. Houston 370 

O. \V. Smitli 4eo 

Cordage Dealers. 

TubbB i Co 408 

Crockery and Glass IVare. 

Xhouiiu) l)u>- xiv 

Joseph Gi'liella xvii 

l>entl8ts. 

D. Burbank 437 

J. W. Dodge 437 

Doors, Sash df Blind Slanufs. 

Chittendeu & Culverwell 415 

McuiU & Brother 444 

Taylor A Smith 460 

Drugs and Sledlclnes, 

Frese A: Co 438 

Dry Cioods Merchants. 

DuruiDg, Donnelly & Co 431 

Janson, Bond &, Co xxiii 

Kugeue Kelly & Co xxiii 

Siuion Brothers 422 

Taafle, McCahill & Co xv 

Engravers and Designers. 

T. C. Boyd 461 

W. K. Uoldsmith 441 

A. Kuuer 441 

Exchange by Telegraph. 
Butler & tiamble i40 

Expresses. 

Bamber & Co x 

Freeman & Co 463 

Wells, Jr'argo & Co ix 

Fancy Goods. 
Pollack Bros 422 

Fish Dealers. 
Spcnce, Tesmure & Co 458 

Foundries. 

P. Donahue 412 

Goddard, Haoscom & Rankin 414 

Hinckley & Co 446 

Spratt & Debrie 447 

Vulcan Iron Works Co 413 

Fruit Dealers. 

Graves & Williams x 

Furnltorc Dealers. 

Jonas G. Clark & Co cover 

J. Peirce 466 

Gent's Furnishing CU>od8. 

Neustadter Bros 465 

Gas Fixtures. 

Thomas Day xiv 

Gold Pen Maniifacturers. 

G. E. Uiggins 428 

Gunpowder Agents. 

R. GibbtjDS (^Duponfs) 432 

Hardvrare Agents. 

E. S. Howell 419 

Harness and Saddlery. 

Main i Winchester 431 

Hats and Caps. 

Fisher & Co xx 

LeGay & Co 411 

Hay and Grain Dealers. 
T. S. Oldham 438 



Hop Merchants. 

J. Winter 430 

Hotels. 

American Exchange iv 

Franklin Hotel 461 

New Kngland House 448 

Oriental 448 

.St. .Nicholas 448 

Waker's 459 

Inspectors Flour. 

E. R. Waterman 451 

Instrument Depots. 

William Schmolz 429 

Thomas Tenncnt xxiv 

Insurance Agents. 

Alsop & Co 407 

Dickson, DeWolf & Co 406 

Falkner, Bell & Co viii 

J. P. Haven 409 

R. S. Haven 436 

O. O. Lambert 434 

C. Adolphe Low & Co 434 

K. H. Parker 435 

Smith Brothers & Co 407 

M. Speyer viii 

A. B. Stout .435 

R. B. Swain & Co 435 

Intelligence Offices. 

Geo. W. Chapin & Co 418 

Iron and Steel Merchants. 

Geo. C. Johnson & Co 415 

Lamp Dealers. 

Thomas Day xiv 

Lapidaries. 

Barrett & Sherwood xxiii 

Louderback & Baldwin 428 

lilme and Cement Merchants 
Samuel Adams 460 

Liquor Dealers. 

Ball & Co 450 

Wm. Bryan 451 

A. B. Burr 4ou 

James Patrick & Co 417 

Torrence & Parker 449 

Lottery Agents. 

D. D. Gassuer 442 

Lumber Merchants. 

Brcnan & Batchelder 456 

Buruham & Coolidge 439 

Macaroni and Vermicelli. 

Meuli, Schulthess & Co 433 

Machine Shops. 

Devoe & (^o 447 

L. P. Garcin & Co 460 

Kittredge & Eraser 455 

Wm. McKibbin 406 

George T. Pracy 455 

Pritzel & Egert 454 

D. Van Pelt 464 

Marble Yards. 

John Grant 453 

Hayes & Pritchard 413 

Millinery Goods. 

Mrs. D. Norcross 422 

Mrs. M. Robertson 443 

Music Dealers. 

Gray & Herwig 443 

Ra.sche & Sons xviii 

S. Rosa 427 

Native Wines. 

Sainsevain Brothers 431 

Turner Brothers 2 

Newspapers, etc. 

Golden Era xix 

Weekly Gleaner 433 

Oyster Dealers. 
Roalfe & Co .458 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

H. G. Bloomer 452 

John McDonald 452 

Painters, Sign, etc. 

Wilkey & Donovan 452 



Paper Dealers. 

Geo. J. Brooks & Co 425 

Taylor & James xv 

Physicians. 

J. Morison 437 

Piano Forte Depots. 
Badger & Lindc-nberger .335 

B. Curtaz 409 

Rasche & Sons xviii 

Woodworth & Co xi 

Plumbers. 

J. Robinett 457 

G. & W. Snook 457 

Printing Offices. 

Valentine & Co last inside cover 

Publishers. 

Henry G. Langley & Co 403 

Pnlu Merchants. 

J. Schreiber 438 

Regalia Manufacturers. 

D. Norcros"} 422 

Restaurants. 

Wimmer & Blum 450 

Sail Makers. 

J. A. Morgan 458 

Salamander Safes. 

F. Tillman 417 

Sevt'lng Machines. 

R. 6. Brown 336 

H. C. Hayden 404-406 and covers 

Stages. 

McLaughlin & Co 436 

Stationers. 

G. H. Bell xxii 

Wm. B. Cooke & Co xxiv 

Hodge & Wood xxii 

J. J. Lecount cover 

Lee & Carl 410 

Steamers. 

California Steam Navigation Co vii 

New York & California S. S. Co 332 

Pacific Mail S. S. Co v 

Tehuantepec Company vi 

Stereotype Foundries, 
A. Kellogg 408 

Stoves and Tin "Ware. 
Wm. 0. Murtha 457 

C. M. Sickler 445 

G. & W. Snook 457 

Syrups, Cordials, etc. 

Turner Brothers 2 

Tea Dealers. 

East India Company inside cover 

Turner, "Wood. 
Davis & Haller 456 

Undertakers. 

Nathaniel Gray 4-15 

Upholsterers. 

F. 6. Edwards 443 

W. Steinbuhler 444 

"Wagon Grease Manufact'rs. 
Hucks ic Lambert 455 

"W^alters, PubUc. 

Thos. Taylor 460 

"W^atch Makers and Jewelers. 

Barrett & Sherwood .xxiii 

Dubois & Co 427 

Louderback & Baldwin 428 

J. McGregor 428 

G. C. Shreve 4 Co 427 

C. Stevens & Co 427 

"Willow "Ware Merchants. 

Thurnauer & Zinn 439 

"Wind Mill Manufacturers. 

D. A'an Pelt 464 

AVI re "Workers. 

Eckfeldt & Graves 415 

"Writing Academies. 

W. G. Doolittle 459 

Wra. Heffley 457 



HISTORICAL REVIEW. 



THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO* 



Topography of the City and County. 
The present city and county of San Francisco are co-extensive, being bounded on 
the north and east by the Hay, extending to low water mark on the sliores of Marin 
County, and on the south by the county of San Mateo, and on the west by the Ocean. 
The southern boundary, in a direct line, is six and a half miles from the Plaza, being 
a few yards north of the old Abbey House, the line separating townships numbers two 
and three, and running due west from the bay to the Pacific. The city and county 
may be considered nearly square, averaging six and a half miles from north to south, 
and about the same from east to west, embracing an area of 42 square miles, or about 
27,000 acres, of which 10,000 are capable of cultivation ; 8,000 are rocks, drifting 
sand and water ; 6,000 are adapted for pasture ; 2,000 occupied by the city proper, and 
about 1,000' acres are used for market gardens. For the benefit of readers at a 
distance, it may be well, briefly to describe the location of " the City we live in : " 
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 thirty-six miles, parallel with the sea, from which it is sepa- 
rated 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 command- 
ing, 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 a very considerable extent. Those points and the lofty hills north 
and west, upon which the city is rapidly climbing, afford a most extensive and pic- 
turesque view of the surrounding country. There are scarcely to be found more 
charming and diversified prospects, than are presented from these bights. Taking 
your stand on Telegraph Hill, to the north of the city, and looking eastward, you see 
the spacious bay, six miles in widlh, crowded with ships from all quarters of the globe, 
and the fertile coasts of Alameda and Contra Costa beyond, with the city of Oak- 
land, behind which rise hill on hill, to the redwood forests on the summits. Tower- 
ing over these, is the conical peak of Mount Diabolo. 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 stealers on their way to the numerous points on 

* This important and valnable contribution to the History of San Francisco, by Clement Ferguson, Esq., is re- 
printed, witli additions, from the California State Register for 1859. We acknowledge our indebtedness to Mr. F. 
for his valuable assistance during the progress of the present volume tlirough the press. — [Comi'ii.eb. 



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the Sacramento niul San Joaquin rivers. Turning to the south you look down on the 
busy city, whose tumultuous din rings steadily in your ear — the Mission Dolores, in a 
churming little valley beyond, 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 w hich the 
restless ocean ebbs and flows, and into which the sea breeze sweeps daily with its chill- 
ing but purifying mists — the Golden Gate — the Presidio— the Fort — the great ocean 

beyond. 

Islands within our Limits. 

The following islands are also within the legislative limits of this city and county, 
viz., Yerba liuena Island, Alcatraz Island, Angel Island and the Farallon Islands : 

Verba Buena Island — is situated in the bay of San Francisco, north-east from 
the city. From Rincon Point and Market Street "Wharf it is distant about one mile 
and a half, and from Contra Costa nearly three miles. The northern end of the island 
is distant from the Golden Gate (Fort Point) five miles and a half. This island con- 
tains 198 acres, of which 75 consist of rich soil, well adapted for garden purposes; 
15 acres are heavily timbered ; 23 acres jungle and brushwood ; 75 acres hilly, rocky 
and sandy, being thickly covered with the herb, or mint plant, from which the island 
takes its present name.* Springs of excellent water abound on the eastern and western 
sides, in the midst of a fertile valley. The apex of this island is 339 feet above high 
water. In early times it was densely covered with wood, and was known to ancient 
mariners and whalers as Wood Island ; but in 1839, one N. Spear, placed a number 
of goats thereon, and hence the still popular name of Goat Island. On the easterly 
side is a wide, shoal bay, dry at low water, which, with the present material on the 
island, could be filled up, so as to be more than double its size. This island is formed 
of compact beds of sandstone, from a few inches to six and eight feet in thick- 
ness. Its texture varies but little in the difierent beds, and the grain is close and 
even, and generally very fine. The position of these beds of sandstone is highly 
favorable for working, readily loaded at the wharf and, ferried over the channel to the 
city. Several quarries are now opened on the island, and the supply of building stone 
appears inexhaustible. The U. S. Government having proposed to place some bat- 
teries upon the island, included it in the third line of fortifications, and it was reserved 
with the other points in 1852. It is claimed, however, under a Mexican grant, dated 
8th November, 1838, and is said to be the first island granted by Governor Alvarado 
under the decree " authorizing the granting of islands to Mexican citizens." This 
claim was recently rejected by theU. S. District Court in this city. 

Aleatraz (Pelican) or Bird Island — is also within the bay, lying to the west- 
ward of Yerba Buena, from which it is distant abont a mile and a half. From the 
Golden Gate it is under four miles. This island is midway between Yerba Buena and 
Angel islands. It takes its name from the immense number of these aquatic birds 
(pelicans) which, in early days, sought it as an abiding place. The apex of this 
rocky eminence is 154 feet above the level of the water, and its area is 35 acres. 
Its greatest length and its extreme breadth are 1,673 feet and 590 feet, re- 
spectively. A portion is covered with a luxuriant growth of wild oats. This 

* Tliis herb grows through the underwood In form of a vine, some feet in length. The leaves are six inches apart ; 
it is very fragrant and was considered medicinal, and sometimes used as a substitute for tea. 



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little isle, being one of the national fortifications, is exempt from taxation. Already 
50 guns of heavy caliber have been mounted, and the foundations laid for 41 
more. With two exceptions, its sides are so precipitous, that a landing could with 
difficulty, be etfected. There are three principal batteries. The one facing the city 
and commanding the bay, in the direction of the Presidio, mounting 35 guns ; 
the one facing the Golden Gate, mounting 16 guns; and the one on the northern 
side of the island, facing Saucelito and Angel Island, mounting 40 guns. The first 
structure after lan<ling at the wharf is a shot-proof guard-house, provided with a 
drawbridge and a heavy gate. On the crest of the island is a massive barrack or 
citadel, ai ranged so that every point can be brought under the effective fire of mus- 
ketry. There are also three bomb-proof magazines, an extensive furnace for heating 
shot and cannon balls, a fog-bell and a light-house — the latter being provided with 
one of Freznel's lanterns of the third order ; it is a beautiful piece of mechanism, 
affording a light of intense brightness. 

Ant/el Island — is also within the bay, lying nearly three miles north-west of 
Yerba Buena, and about one mile from Marin County. It contains an area of 750 
acres, and its apex is 000 feet above the level of the water. Excavations for building- 
stone have been made on the south-east end of the island. It is composed of sand- 
stone similar to that on Yerba Buena, but it is not so dark in color nor so hard. 
Specimens that have been examined, contain a notable quantity of carbonate of lime. 
The strata dip westwardly, and the quarry is opened on their upturned edges, and 
not at the ends of the beds, as at Yerba Buena. The weathered surfaces present the 
usual rusty color, and the divisional places or clearages are numerous. This island 
has heretofore been included within the boundaries of Marin, but subsequent legis- 
lation has (in the opinion of some) assigned it to San Francisco, the nortKern 
boundary of which extends to the low water mark of Marin, commencing on the 
coast " opposite Fort Point, thence following said low water mark to a point due 
north-west of Golden-rock." (See Statutes of 185V, p. 209.) In a recent criminal 
case it was decided that this island was still within the limits of Marin County ; the 
only reason for including it here, being, that it is assessed in both counties. 

The Farallon Rocks or Islands — in the Pacific Ocean, embrace the northerly, 
the middle and the southerly groups, the latter being distant from the former about 
seven miles. The northerly cluster is made up of five rocks ; the middle is a single 
rock ; and the southerly is the larger, (being two miles in circumference,) upon which 
the light-house stands, the top of the tower being 330 feet above the level of the sea, 
and about 29 miles westward from the Golden Gate. It is really difficult to imagine 
a more desolate and barren place than these " rocky islets " present to view ; yet col- 
lectively they may be considered as the most extensive poultry yard in the world, for 
here may be found in myriads the bird described by Buffon as the Guillamot, (the 
Uria Troile of Linnieus,) which lay their eggs upon the bare rocks. The appellation 
of the Foolish Guillamot has been given to this species by Latham, from the fact of its 
being with difficulty roused to flight, and often suffering itself to be caught with the 
hand, particularly during incubation. Some idea may be formed of their numbers, 
when we state that each bird, during the season, lays but a single e^^, and that since 
1851, upwards of 4,000,000 of their eggs have been sold in the San Francisco market, 
They are of a pale green color, blotched with umber, and are much in demand in res- 



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tiurants, for pies, omelets, etc., one house alone using from 800 or 900 daily. The 
egg season lasts about six weeks, from the middle of May to the end of June. Last 
year about 30,000 dozen, were disposed of, the price averaging forty cents a dozen. 
In 1851 they readily brought a dollar and a half. However, the expenses of the com- 
pany absorb fully 60 per cent, of the gross receipts. In early times, Russian fisher- 
men had a considerable settlement on the larger of these islands. 

Geological Featxires. 

The principal rock formations of the vicinity of San Francisco are finely grained 
compact sandstones, associated with shales ; together with erupted trappean rocks 
and serpentine, all probably of recent origin. The sandstone underlies the city, and 
is exposed along the shores of the bay, forming the principal promontories and points. 
On enterinor the bay from the Pacific, the rock is first seen at Point Lobos. The 
continued action of the ocean swell has worn the rocks into rugged clitfs, and 
excavated caverns and arches. Many large masses are detached from the cliffs, and 
lie scattered about in the surf. These isolated island rocks are the places of resort 
for sea birds and the " huge sea lion." However, the best section of the same forma- 
tion may be seen from Pacific Street, where Telegraph Hill has been excavated. 
There the stratification is very distinct, and the alternation of thick beds of argillaceous 
sandstone with shales and slate is visible. Up to the present time, they have been 
found singularly devoid of fossils — not one shell having been met with in them. The 
covering of soil, which appears to have been derived from the decomposition of the 
strata, is found to be a good material for making bricks, and it is extensively used in 
that manufacture. This fact shows that the rocks contain a large per centage of 
alumina, and the presence of oxyd of iron is indicated by the rusted color of the 
weathered rock, as well as by the deep red tinge of the burned bricks. The formation, 
next in importance to the sandstone, in point of extent and development, is the ser- 
pentinoid rock. It forms a high and prominent ridge, midway between the shores 
of the bay and the ocean, abutting upon Golden Gate, and forming Fort Point. The 
width of the ridge is about a mile and a half; but its extension, southward, is not 
accurately known. In that direction it is partly obscured by sand, but forms a knob 
at the Orphan Asylum, near the Mission. The dark-colored portions of the rock 
were used for the construction of that excellent institution; but there is nothing to 
recommend it as a building-stone, except (in this instance,) its presence on the spot, 
as it is not calculated to resist the action of the weather. Along the shores of the 
Mission Bay, there are extensive flats of swampy land, of alluvial origin. The surface 
consists of a very thick turf, which, cut out and dried in the sun, is suitable for fuel. 
On the hills around the city, there is a slight formation of alluvial drift, limited in 
extent, and occupying the lower parts of the principal depressions. In boring through 
the earth on the site of the Custom House, several beds of sand, clay and gravel, were 
found to succeed in regular order for a depth of 60 to 80 feet. This locality is below 
tide-level, and it is between these accumulations of drift or alluvium and the rocks, 
that sheets of water, or water-bearing strata, are found, and are reached by Artesian 
borings in various parts of the city. Perhaps no point on the Pacific coast presents 
more favorable opportunities for studying the phenomena of sand-dunes than the 
peninsula of San Francisco. On the Pacific side there is an extensive beach, reaching 



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for miles, north ami south, and a longdistance inland. A wide area is thus covered by 
loose, drj' sea sand, and it has the aspect and character of a desert. From this large 
tract has undoubtedly been accumulated, by the action of the ocean winds, the exten- 
sive formation of blown sand, which prevails within the city proper. Most of the hills 
in the city, where they were partially sheltered, are, or were, covered with a thick 
growth of shrubs (chamisal), which prevented the wind from acting upon their sur- 
faces and removing the sand. Here, we may add, that artesian borings for water have 
been numerous, and that it is almost impossible to ascertain their number and locali- 
ties. Water appears to be found in all parts of the city around the hills, and generally 
at a depth of not more than 150 feet, but the depth varies with the locality. In 
Happy Valley, the borings are successful at a depth of 70 feet; north of California 
Street the depth increases, one in Montgomery Block being 160 feet. The depths to 
which borings are carried, increase from the base of the hills towards the bay, and 
many of the wells are bored down through the salt w^ater. 

Surveys of San Francisco. 

In the spring of 1839, Goyernor Alvarado directed Alcalde F. De Ilaro to cause a 
survey of Yerba Buena to be made, and to lay out streets and lots. In the fall of the 
same year, and under his direction, Juan Vioget, a surveyor, made the first survey 
and plan of Yerba Buena. That survey was bounded by Pacific, Montgomery, 
Sacramento and Dupont streets. Subsequent surveys (each more extended than its 
predecessor) were made officially by Jasper O'Farrell, William M. Eddy and John 
J. Hotf. East of Larkin and Johnston streets, the city is divided into fifty vara 
lots ; one hundred vara lots ; beach and water lots ; North Beach blocks ; South 
Beach blocks; Clay Slip lots. In the " Fifty Vara Survey," there are 1,530 lots, 
with official numbers affixed, each fifty vara lot forming a square of 137^ feet, 
exclusive of Numbers 695, 709 and 753 which are duplicated ; 40 only of the 
fifty vara lots being located south of Market Street. North of Market Street are 
also one hundred vara lots, Nos. 1, 18, 24, 49, 50, 56, 57, 76, 673 and 675. In 
the "One Hundred Vara Survey," each lot forming a square of 275 feet, the num- 
bers range from 1 to 420 ; however, there are but 398 official lots, as by some unac- 
countable oversight, Nos. 98 to 102, 108, 117 to 125, 152, 153, 154, 164, 236, 237 
and 320 were omitte4 in the numbering. This survey is bounded by Johnston, Mar- 
ket and First streets. In the " Beach and Water Lot Survey," all of them being 
east of Montgomery and First streets, there are 772 lots, each lot forty-five feet and 
ten inches in front, with a uniform depth of 137^ feet, with an official number 
affixed. In the "North Beach Survey," there are 19 blocks, each block of six fifty 
vara lots, extending from the corner of Larkin and Jefterson streets, to the junction 
of Kearny and Bay streets, all of them fronting on the bay and under Avater. 
In the " South Beach Survev," there are 33 blocks of various dimensions, fronting 
on the bay, and extending from Rincon Point to the junction of Harris and South 
streets — all under water. The " City Slip Property," bounded by Clay, East, Sac- 
ramento and Davis streets, consists of 122 lots, each, with a few exceptions, being. 
25 feet in front, by 59 feet nine inches deep. In December, 1853, this entire property 
was sold at auction for §1,119,350. In addition to the foregoing, there are about 16 
blocks east of l^arkin and Johnston streets, without any official numbers attached. Of 



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the older surveys of the city, mention must not be omitted of the 26 one hundred vara 
lots, adjacent to the Lagoon, and north-west of Larkin Street, granted on petition in 
1847-48, by Alcaldes Hyde and Leavenworth. These now form a portion of the 
^Yestern Addition. 

The Mission Dolores and the Presidio. 
The year which gave birtli to the great Western Republic on the Atlantic shore of 
North America, also witnessed the first permanent settlement on the Coast of Upper 
California. In 1776, two Missionaries of the Roman Catholic Church, landed in the 
bay of San Francisco and proceeded to establish a central point for their operations 
in civilizintr and christianizing the native tribes. Their names were Francisco Palou 
and Benito Carabon. They were natives of Spain, but came to this place from Mex- 
ico. Finding a fertile tract of land, capable of irrigation, nearly two miles south of 
San Francisco, they chose it for their home and founded a Mission which they named 
" Mission Dolores," in commemoration of the sufi'erings of the Virgin. The Fathers 
evinced much good sense in selecting the site of the Mission buildings, which was a 
small, fertile plain, embosomed among green clad hills. Several tiny rivulets of clear, 
sweet water, met about the spot, whose united streams were conducted to the bay by 
one of a larger size, now well known as the Mission Creek. The Presidio was 
founded about the same period, to give military protection and aid to the Missiona- 
ries in the conquest and civilization of the Indians. 

Mexican Claims. 
The following is a list of the Mexican claims to tracts of land within the city and 
county of San Francisco. The four in italics have heen rejected. The others are not 
yet decided — or have been confirmed. 



TRACTS. 



Size in Acres. 


Date of Grant. 


18,000 


1843 


13.500 


1846 


198 


1838 




1846 


9,000 


1846 


2.250 


1844 


6,750 


1846 


4,500. 


1839 


4.500 


1845 


2,250 


1835 


9,000 


1841 



Pueblo of San Francisco. . . . 

Limantour Claim 

Mission Dolores, (Sanlillan). 

Yerba Buena Island 

Presidio Reservation 

Point Lobos 

New Potrero 

Farraje del Arroyo 

Beraal Ranch , 

San Miguel Ranch , 

Laguna de la Merced 

Ridley's Ranch 



Of the four last, quite a large portion lies within the limits of the neighboring 
county — San Mateo. 

The 'Western Addition. 
On the 20th of June, 1855, Commissioners were appointed by ordinance, to "lay 
out " blocks and streets, west of Larkin Street, and south-west of Johnston and Market 
streets, extending to the city charter line of 1851. The Commissioners reported a 
map, in accordance with the ordinance, and their proceedings were ratified and con- 
firmed, and the map declared official by the Legislature. (See Statutes of 1858, 
p. 52.) This large tract is in two divisions, the first lying north of Market and 
Ridley streets, being about two and a half miles from the latter street to the bay. 



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and about half that distance from Larkin Street to the charter line. In this 
division there are upwards of 600 blocks, the great majority of which contains 
six fifty vara lots each, (being nearly four acres to the block,) exclusive of seven large 
squares set apart for the public. The other division lies south of Market and Ridley 
streets, embracing the Mission Dolores, and a large portion of the Potrero Xuevo and 
Horner's Addition. 

The Outside Property, 

All that portion of the city and county south and west of the charter line of 1851, 
including the Bernal, the San Miguel and the De Haro ranches, is assessed this year, 
in quarter sections at not under five dollars an acre. In but few instances are there 
more tlian 160 acres included in a single assessment. The city charter line of 1851 
embraced the north-east quarter of the present city and county, and formed a square 
of somewhat more than three miles. 

Abstracts of the Assessments for Nine Years. 

The subjoined tabular form gives at a comprehensive glance the amounts of the 
assessments, together with the rates of taxation of the city and county of San Fran- 
cisco for nine fiscal years — since the first organization of our local government, viz : 



Fiscal Years. 


Rates per cent. 


Real Estate. 


Improvements. 


Personal Property. 


Yearly Total. 


1850-'5l 


$2 00 


$16,849,054 


In Persoual. 


$4,772,160 


$21,621,214 


1851-'52 


4 10 


11.141,463 


a 


2,875.440 


14,016,903 


1852-'53 


4 41 


15,676,356 


(1 


2,805.381 


18,481,737 


1853-'54 


3 88J 


17,889.850 


$6,158,300 


4,852.000 


28,900,150 


1854-55 


3 85i 


19.765.285 


9.159.935 


5.837,607 


34.762,827 


1855-'56 


3 85i 


18,607,800 


8,394,925 


5,073,847 


32.076,572 


1856-57 


2 30 


17,827,617 


8,345,667 


4,194,970 


30,368,254 


1857-'58 


2 30 


15,576,545 


7,394.296 


12,426.335 


35,397,176 


1858-'59 


2 45 


13,554,565 


5,946.585 


11,224,800 


30,725,950 



When contrasting these years, it should not be forgotten, that prior to 1856, the 
present county of San Mateo, (embracing an area of 155,000 acres) formed a portion 
of San Francisco County. Nor does the column of "Improvements" properly indi- 
cate the progress made in building during the past nine years, for since 1851, mate- 
rials and labor have been on the " sliding scale." As compared with last year, there 
is a slight decrease in the valuation of property. On reflection, this is not to be 
wondered at, for there has been no country, in ancient or modern times, in which 
property has fluctuated so much as in this State. Nor is it by any means an indica- 
tion of permanent decline, if the value of taxable property has decreased to a 
considerable extent. Were such a result to happen in any of the Atlantic States, it 
might be looked upon as .alarming, but in a country like California, it may be 
regarded in no worse a light than as an evidence of a former indiscretion, and of the 
overreaching speculation of her citizens. 



Taxes for 1859 and 1860. 



The rates of taxation for the fiscal year, commencing on the 1st Jul}', 1859, cannot 
be definitely arrived at, till the assessment books have been footed. The following, 
however, are the items, viz : 



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For State Purposes r $0 60 

For the Funded Debts 95 

For Municipal Purposes 65 

For CommoD Schools 35 

For Street Lights 15 

For Liquidation of Judgments (estimated) 45 

Total rates on each $100, for 1859-'60 $3 15 

It is confidently anticipated tbat the assessment books for the new year will amount 
to Tlnrty-five Million Dollars. By the above figures it will be seen that the taxes 
required for the current annual expenses of the municipality, are but sixty-five cents 
on the ^100; to this must be added the rates required for State and School purposes, 
while for the debts contracted prior to the consolidation of the city and county, prop- 
erty owners are obliged to pay a tax of $1 55 on the hundred. 

Personal Property. 

The actual value of the taxable property in this city and county is much larger 
than the returns of the Assessor would indicate — a statement conceded by those who 
are at all familiar with the subject. It is equally well known that real estate bears 
considerably more than its rightful share of taxation, as compared with personal 
property. This is attributable to the diflBculty experienced in ascertaining the amount 
and value of personal estate liable to assessment, and it is one of the causes which pre- 
vails of estimating landed property below its true value. The land is open to view 
and examination, its quantities ascertainable with facility and certainty, and by no 
possibility can it escape the vigilance of the Assessor. The case is widely dift'erent 
with the varied pecuniary interests and investments which constitute personal estate. 
By many ingenious devices, perhaps by mere silence on the part of the fortunate 
owner, a large portion of the wealth of the State eludes the Assessor, (who is fre- 
quently obliged to act in ignorance of essential facts,) and therefore escapes its 
share of the cost of sustaining the government, to which all property owes its pro- 
tection. In this particular, the revenue law is defective, for while ample and proper 
provision has been made in favor of the citizen to enable him to correct errors in 
over-valuation, no means (except that of prosecution for perjury,) have been supplied 
to correct under-estimates, or to reach personal property, in these manifold instances, 
where the owner may clioose to withhold its existence or its value from the knowledge 
of the Assessor. The result is, that many of the possessors of ready money, invest- 
ments in funds and securities, and productive capital in various forms, contribute little 
or nothing to the support of the State. 

Comparative Taxation of Counties. 
The total taxable property of the various counties of this State last year, amounted 
to 8132,000,000. In the order of valuation, the following were highest on the list : 

San Francisco $35,397,176 

Sacramento 11,193.945 

Yuba 6,335,488 

Santa Clara 4.504,328 

Sonoma 4,346,320 

San Joaquin 4,102,815 

Butte 3,944.862 

El Dorado 3,129,518 



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The lowest county on the list was San Bernardino, which is down at ^302,039 
only. The valuation of the 43 counties will average $3,000,000 each. It is, there- 
fore, apparent that San Francisco, the smallest of them all, is the great contributor 
to the coffers of the State. At the last Presidental election, for each vote cast, the 
amount paid in by San Francisco, was $15 91 ; by Sacramento, $8 98. The agri- 
cultural counties generally at the rate of $8 60, and the mining counties were taxed 
only $4 02 for each voter ! In addition to the taxation on property, our citizens, for 
leave to do business, have to pay a municipal license and a State and county license^ 
to say nothing of street assessments, stamp imposts and passenger taxes. 



Outstanding Indebtedness. 
The following is a brief synopsis of the outstanding indebtedness of the city and 
county of San Francisco, accrued prior to tlie 1st day of July, 1856. 



BONDED DEBTS. 


Amount of princi- 


Sinking Fund to be Annual rate of in- 


To be raised by. 




pal outstanding. 


niised annually. 1 interest. 




1. City Bonds of 1S51 


$1,449,800 


$50,000 


10 per cent. 


General Fund 


2. School Bonds of 1854 


60.000 


5.000 


7 


School 


3. Fire Bonds of 1854 


200.000 


16,666 


10 " 


General " 


4. City Bonds of 1855 


324.500 


None. 


6 


11 It 


5. By Examiners. 1858 


*1, 169.357 


None. 


6 


Special Tax 



Total amount of indebtedness, $3,203,657. f 

With due economy in the management of the government, this debt can be 
liquidated with ease within the time prescribed in the several funding acts. When 
■we recall for a moment the condition of the site upon which San Francisco is built, 
the immense amount of labor performed in grading, the expense of planking, the 
comfortable school-houses, the magnificent engine-houses, the commodious City Hall, 
the confusion of our revenue system in early days and the persistent delinquency of a 
large number of the taxpayers — the above amount, although large, cannot be 
regarded as a very extensive indebtedness. 

Bapid Growth of the City. 
While reflecting upon the valuation of property in this city, even in its present 
depreciated condition, it should be -borne in mind that in the year 1835, the village 
of Yerba Buena had neither location nor a name, but long anterior to this period, 
the bay of San Francisco was known to voyagers as " The glory of the Western 
Coast." In 1836, the first house was erected, and even thirteen years ago the city of 
San Francisco was a comparative wilderness. " Cattle roamed undisturbed w here 
now are crowded storehouses, and ravens croaked on the spots where now peaceful 
dwellings stand." A year later, 150 people and a score of adobe huts constituted 
the entire village. On the 30th of January, 1847, the local name of (the cove of) 

* Amount of City claims presented, $2,004,252; rejected, $1,212,131. County, presented, $917,755; rejected, 
$541,775.— [CoMP. 

+ The actual debt, July, 1858, is, City, $2,806,751, County, $375,980, as follows : City Bonds, as per table, $2.034,300 ; 
Board of Examiners, $792,121; audited demands, (Auditor's Report, July 1, 1858,) $78.131— total, $2,904,552. Assets: 
Cash in Sinking Funds, $71,684; in Treasury, $26.117— total assets, $97,801. Actual debt, $2,806,751. County, 
Board of Examiners, $375,980 — total, city and county, $3,182,731. In addition to the assets here enumerated, the 
Commissioners of the Funded debt hold mortgages belonging to the Sinking Fund of the bonds of 1851, amounting 
to $116,715, which will reduce the indebtedness to $3,066,016. — [Comp. 



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Yerba Buena was chanired to that of San Francisco, Six months afterward, a census 
wss taken, when it was found that the population had increased to 459 persons ; and 
now, in 1859, this — the metropolis of the Pacific — numbers in population over 
78,000 souls, and can boast of an assessment roll of more than §30,000,000. In 
exports standing first, and in imports and tunnage among the very first of the great 
ports of the Union. The ordeal through which San Francisco has passed, has been 
severe and without example in the history of cities. The discovery of gold in 1848, 
gave an impetus to emigration from which San Francisco derived in so short a period, 
the title of city. Her growth was sudden ; there was no infancy to her histoiy. An 
existence of only ten years has given her rank among the cities of the world ; and 
after passing through the fiery ordeal and financial abuses and disasters, she is now in 
her onward march to wealth and greatness. 

Our Future. 
No country in the world has ever held forth such inducements for people to flock 
to her shores, as does California at the present moment. Irrespective of her mineral 
wealth, this State possesses agricultural resources and manufacturing facilities unex- 
celled by any other in the Union. Her great range of climate, varying from almost 
tropical heat to regions of eternal snow — with a geographical position equal, at least, 
to the most favored country on the globe. For ten years California has annually 
contributed between fifty and sixty millions of dollars, in treasure, to the wealth of 
the world and the purposes of commerce, all of which pass through the Golden Gate. 
Her population now numbers nearly 600,000 souls, who obtain their foreign supplies 
and export their own productions, through the port of San Francisco. The interior 
qf the State abounds in fine cities, beautiful and thriving towns and villages, mining 
hamlets, extensive and productive farms and ranchos, all of which depend on San 
Francisco as the great and only commercial center of operations. In the words 
of an able Journalist,* "manufactures have been established on a large scale, and 
the merchant fleets of the civilized world traffic with our people ; and all depend 
entirely upon the port of San Francisco. Lines of steamers are established, connect- 
ing us with the East, with Oregon, Washington Territory and British Columbia, and 
incidentally, with South America and Australia, all going from and returning to the 
harbor of San Francisco. The establishment of the overland routes by the General 
Government, has lent an additional value to many interests in this State, each of 
which is nourished and vivified through the harbor of San Francisco. The recent 
treaties with China and Japan, give promise of a vast and lucrative trade, at no dis- 
tant day, between those countries and San Francisco. The certainty that a Pacific 
and Atlantic railroad must sooner or later be built, and that when constructed, the 
greater portion of Oriental commerce must find its way to Europe and the Eastern 
States, through the harbor of San Francisco, is also undeniable." In the felicitous lan- 
guage of another, " the heavens are not more clear and starry than is our future. 
The face of the world is towards us. The glittering treasures, the rivers and bays, 
the towns and cities, the farms and fields, were made for a purpose. The Pacific is 
to be the Ocean of the Future, and San Francisco will preside as the commercial 
mistress of the princely domain, and wave her jeweled hand over the proud here- 
after." 

* San Francisco Herald. 



HISTORICAL REVIEW. 17 



FOI>UL^TIOjSr. 



The following exliibit of tlio population of this city and county has been prepared 
from the returns of the dift'orciit canvassers engaged in collecting information for the 
compilation of the present issue of the San Fuaxcisco Directokv. The plan 
adopted was to arrange and classify each sex in three divisions, viz : Males : First 
Class — the head of each family and the members thereof, over twenty-one years of 
age ; Second Class — those between five and twenty-one ; Third Class — those under 
five years of age. Females : First Class — those over eighteen years of age ; Sec- 
ond Class — those between five and eighteen ; Third Class — those under five years of 
age. Also, to collect such data as would furnish an approximation of the different 
elements composing our population not included in the foregoing classifications : 

White males over 21, names in present issue 21,500 

" " (a)Residents, floating, not obtained 4,900 

" " (6)Average number at different hotels, board- 

ing and lodging houses, in addition to the 

regular boarders, etc 4,500 

" " In Hospitals 490 

" " (c)Engaged upon water crafts, ocean and river 2,500 

" " (djForeigners — Europeans, French, Germans, 

Spanish, etc. not registered 5,000 

Total over 21 38. 890 

" Between 5 and 21, number registered 5,453 

" Under 5, number registered 5,000 

Total white males 49,343 

Females over 18, number registered 14.696 

" " Omitted, estimated 500 

" Between 5 and 18, number registered 4,370 

" Under 5, number registered 4,419 

Total white females 23,985 

Total white population 73,328 

Chinese males, over 21 2,510 

" Female-s, over 18 540 

" Children, under 5 100 

Total Chinese 3,150 

Colored males, over 21 / 745 

" Females, over 16 531 

" Children, under 6 329 

Total colored 1,605 

Total population 78,083 

(a) These comprise a claas of population claiming a residence in this city, who have no permanent placo of abode. 
{b) This number has been arrived at by a careful estimate obtained from the different proprietors. 
(c) This number includes those persons sailing from this port, who claim a residence in this city. 
\d) This number has been arrived at from actual observation. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



In the collet-tion and preparation of the data contained in the foregoing table, a 
heavy expenditure of time and money, has been required, and in presenting the same 
as an approximation of the present population, it should be stated that in every in- 
stance where estimates are included, the greatest care has been observed to consult 
the most reliable authorities and to use such figures, only, in the preparation thereof 
as were found to be in accordance with our own observation. 

Amount of Treasure Shipped from the Port of San Francisco, from '49 to '58, inclusive. 



Months. 



Janiiiiry . . . 
Kolinmry . 

Miiroh 

April .... 

Ma.v 

June 

July 

Aiijriist . . . 
September . 
October. . . 
November . 
December . 



Totals. 



1849. 



166,638 
340,6.-):< 
345,;* Al 
262, 164 
523.ijH4 
573,.SW 
693.89 

2,014,689 



1850. 



18.'51. 



18.')2. 



2,803,270 
2,823,600 
2.9.')9,82.5 
3,798,866 
,3,079,672 

2,ssi,:;oii 

3,471,215 
,3,311.100 
3,48,'<,171 

6,844.875 
2,107,763' 
5,011,002 



3,138,6.'l 
1,951,69. 
2,612,01',' 
3,516, IIH 
5,0.SS,7.ili 
3.516,001 
3,999, 1 W 
3,609.92; 
4,134,151 
5,295,38; 
5,673,491 
4.020,871 



4,921,250! 27,676,340142,582,695 46,586,134 



1853. 



1854. 



.3,344,224 
2,037,997 
4,382,4,>;2 
3,562,0.39 
5,932,653 
4,291,765 
3,939,134 
5,892,37 9 
3,963,447 
4,479,295 
5,.'J51,376 
3,951.86; 



4„576,013 
5,746,010 
4,a35,H91 
4,902,512 
5,181,264 
4,011,259 
4,415,735 
4.457,00: 
3,368,735 
6.5.30,588 
4,V60,563 
4,345,447 



57,3.31.024' 51„328,653 43,080,211 



1855. 



3,S69,491 
2 395,38:', 
2,;53S,269 
3,.554,4I'9 
3,,585,6,5: 
4,064,293 
4,;«1,408 
2,412,528 
4,072,885 
4,000,399 
4,153,294 
4,292,205 



1856. 



1857- 



10,256,867 



• 13,503,885 < 



12,415,175^ 



> 12,711,616 < 



3,1,82.297 
,3,,S01,.395 
3„304,:«6 
4,317.974 
4,860,001 
4,276,966 
3,915,16a 
4,005,161 
3,599,3:«i 
4,078.062 
5,11.5,713 
4.319.779 



1858. 



026 

964 

414 

705, 

859, 

498, 

6,^3. 

,S90, 

61 ;3, 

278, 

544. 

.952. 



849 
241 
564 
249 
187 
562 
«« 
625 
647 
,i97 
:w 

646 



48.887,543 48,976,207! 47,452,297 



Total from April 11, 1849, to December 31, 1858, ^418,822,360. 

Returns of the County Assessor of San Francisco County, November 1, 1858. 

Sdrface. — Approximate area in acres, 26,000 ; land cultivated, 900 acres; land, 
arable, uncultivated, 9,000 acres; land for grazing, 6,000 acres; land occupied by 
the city proper, 2,100 acres; land, mostly barren sand hills, 8,000 acres. Of the 
cultivated portion, 500 acres are used for vegetable gardens, producing several ciops 
a year. 

Agricultural Products. — 30 acres wheat, 850 bushels; 100 acres barley, 4,000 
bushels; 100 acres oats, 2,000 bushels; 4 acres beans, 200 bushels; 100 acres pota- 
toes, 8,000 bushels; 30 acres hay, 60 tuns; 6,000 pounds butter; 2,500 pounds 
cheese ; 9,000 dozen eggs. 

Fruit Trees and Vines. — 15,000 fruit trees of all kinds; 5,000 gooseberry bushes; 
3,000 raspberry bushes ; 60,000 strawberry vines ; 1,800 grape vines; 500 currant 
bushes. 

Live Stock. — 3,000 American horses ; 300 tame Spanish horses — total number 
of horses, 3,300; 150 mules; 1,500 cows; 300 calves; 150 oxen ; 800 sheep; 500 
goats; 1,000 hogs; 5,000 chickens; 800 turkeys; 600 ducks; 200 geese ; 18,000 
cattle slaughtered; 5,000 hogs slaughtered; 10,000 sheep slaughtered. 

Operations of the U. S. Branch Mint at San Francisco for the year ending Dec. 31, '58. 
Gold deposits, 964, VOO-OS ounces; silver, 96,950-05 ounces. Silver parted from 
gold, 96,172-45 ounces. Gold coinage, $17,148,200 ; silver, $274,250. Unparted 
bars, gold, 8816,295 65. Total coinage, $18,238,745 65. 

Arrivals and Departures, for 1858. 

The total arrivals during the year 1858, is 43,279 ; of which 37,167 were men, 
4,752 women and 1,360 children. 

The departures, during the same period, were 38,151 ; of which 35,875 were 
men, 1,562 women and 714 children. Excess of arrivals, 5,128, viz: men, 1,292; 
women, 3,190; children, 646. 



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CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS, 

From January lat, 1958, to June Ist, 1859. 

January 2, 1858. — The opening of tlie New German Hospital, a fine two-story brick 
edifice, situated at Steatnboat Point, and was delivered over to the board of directors 
by the building committee. The institute is intended as a liome for destitute and 
sick Germans. The cost of the grounds and building was ^17,500, being contributed 
mostly by the Germans of this city. 

Jan. 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,900,036 45. 

Jan. 7. — Eleven years ago, the printing press threw oil" its first sheet in California 
— the California Star, published by Sam. P)rannan, in Yerba Buena. 

Jan. 10. — The French ship Asia sailed for Ilong Kong} carrying 321 embalmed 
bodies of Chinamen, prepared in a peculiar manner, and shi])ped as freight. 

Jan. 13. — The shock of an earthquake was distinctly felt in this city, about nine 
o'clock, P.M. 

Jan. 15. — Mr. Parker sailed for the purpose of visiting the Guano Islands, situated 
to the south of the Sandwich Group, and which he designs securing in accordance 
with the law of Congress of 1856, guaranteeing such Islands to the discoverer, which 
Mr. Parker claims to be. 

Jan. 19. — During three davs there have been withdrawn from the bankinrj house 
of Tallant & Wilde 8900,000. This one act shows how much idle caj)ital San 
Francisco contains. 

Jan. 20.— Shipment of Treasure to Panama, $1,881,630 72 ; total for the month, 
$3,848,267 17. ' 

Jan. 21. — The Mercantile Library Association held their annual election. The 
whole number of votes cast was 500. There were two tickets run, and the follow- 
ing named gentlemen elected : President, E. H. Washburn. Vice-President, J. A. 
Donohoe. Treasurer, J. M. Shotwell. Recording Secretary, Sam. Hubbard. Cor- 
respondinp Secretary, B. W. Leii^h. Directors, A. L. Tubbs, Dr. Ravmond, T. S. 
Miller, Jos. S. Paxson, J. K. Rose,^\lbert Miller, R. B. Swain, J. B. Moore, and P. T. 
Southworth. The opposition ticket averaged 140, while the regular ticket received 
about 360 votes. 

Jan. 27. — A duel came off between Mr. A. H. Rapp, associate editor of La Phare, 
and Mr. Thiele, editor of the Spectateur. The weapons used were short swords, and 
ilr. Thiele received a severe wound through the leg. Mr. Rapp was only slightly 
scratched. 

Jan. 29. — The annual dinner j;oramemorative of the services and political and 
theological views of Thomas Paine took plac;e at the Hotel de Richelieu. 

February 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 81,955,861 83. 

Feu. 6. — The alarm of a fire occurred during the morning, which was found to 
proceed from a house on Stockton Street, near Clay, and in which a child was sleeping 
at the time. The child's nurse, a negro woman, had left it sleeping, and gone to 
market, but soon after awaking, it commenced playing with a box of friction matches, 
which set fire to the child's clothes and bed quilt, burning the child in such a horrible 
manner as to cause its death in a few hours. 

Feb. 10. — The State Medical Societj' convened in the U. S. Circuit Court Room. 
There were twenty-five delegates present from the difterent county medical associa- 
tions The Board of Delegates appointed two committees of seventeen each to 

have the power, if they see fit, to employ counsel and answer to the mandamus issued 
by the Fourth District Court, relative to the Chief Engineership of the Fire Depart- 
ment. • 

Feb. 11. — Slave boy Archy remanded to the custody of Stovall, his owner, by 
decision of the Supreme Court, at Sacramento. 

Feb. 10. —The annual dinner of the officers and ex-officer^ of the ^lercantile Library 



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Association came off in the evening. It was a very pleasant and spirited affair 

A fire broke out in the evening, consuming a large frame building on Pacific Street, 
near Montgomery. Three firemen badly injured by the falling of a ladder. 

Fkb. 20. — J. McM. Shafter elected President of the Harmonic Society, in place of 

Col, D. S. Turner resigned Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,571,086 98 ; 

total for the month, ^3,526,948 81. 

Fku. 22. — Great race over Union Course for $4,000, between Rhode Island and 

Kit Car.-^on ; won by the latter Washington's birthday generally celebrated, by 

foreigners and residents. During the day fiags were hoisted, salutes fired, and the 
military paraded in full force, the evening being devoted to festivity and amusement. 
.... Ship Flying Fiah sailed for Hong Kong, having for bulk of cargo the remains 

of two hundred dead Chinamen Supreme Court decides that the Pacific Mail 

Steam Ship Company are not obliged to pay taxes on their steamers in California, on 
the ground that they pay at New i'ork, wliere their vessels are registered. 

Feu. 25. — First meeting held this evening at the City Hall for taking measures to 
establish a House of Refuge. Memorial read by E. W. Burr, chairman, and parties 
appointed to circulate it for signatures, asking the Legislature to incorporate a society 
when organized. A committee also selected to draft an act of incorporation to accom- 
pany the memorial. 

March 2. — William K. Osborn, District Attorney, died this evening, at the 

residence of Thos. C. Hambly, of consumption Board of Supervisors passed an 

order repealing the Van Ness Ordinance Governor Weller, on being refused 

admission to the State Prison at San Quentin, broke in the doors, and took forcible 
possession of the premises. 

March 4. — Henry Bates, ex-State Treasurer, impeaclied by the Legislature, and 
tried for embezzlement of the public funds, discharged from custody, the District 

Attorney having entered a nolle prosequi in his case Clipper ship Don Quixote 

arrived in 108 days from New York, being the quickest passage made for a long 
time. 

March 5. — The Opposition Steamer Orizaba, of the Nicaragua line, left on her 
first trip, carrying over 400 passengers, at the following rates T— First class, 8200 ; 
second, §125 ; steerage, %50. Golden Age left at the same time, carrying over 600 
passengers, at similar rates John Sime elected President of the Mec-hanics' In- 
stitute Shipments of Treasure to Panama, including per Orizaba, §2,066,379 67. 

March 6. — Harvey S. Brown elected District Attorney by the Board of Supervisors 

to fill the place of W. K. Osborn, deceased C, A. StoVall arrested and brought 

before Judge Coon, on a charge of kidnapping Archy Lee; case dismissed for in- 
formality of proceedings. 

March 8. — Settlers have a spirited meeting »t the Nightingale indorsing the 
action of the Legislature in confirming the Van Ness Ordinance, and requesting that 
body to extend its provisions over the pueblo claim. 

March 11. — Large meeting at Musical Hall of those favoring a repeal of the Van 
Ness Ordinance. Matter discussed, but no further action taken. 

March 13. — Officer Baker, disguised as a countrvman, detected three proprietors of 
book stores, named Murray, McCarty and Arnheim, in selling obscene books. 

March 15.--The new French Hospital onBrannan Street inaugurated with appro- 
priate ceremonies. A large procession, composed of every class of citizens, marched 
to the new building, where a speech was made by Mons. Barbier, President of the 
Societe Francaise cle Bienfaisance, under whose auspices the building was erected, 
which was responded to by Judge Freelon. The occasion was made a general gala 
day by the foreign population. The festivities, however, were somewhat marred by 
the premature discharge of a cannon, whereby one of the men working it was badly 

wounded Ryan's livery stable was entered early this morning, and a safe carried 

oft' and rifled of §2,000, and §1.000 worth of jewelry. 

March 16. — French man-of-war yl/c/6/ac/es, cany ing 118 men and 20 guns, arrived 
from Honululu The Commission from Washinirton to investigate "the affairs of 



.^vvy ^^ ..J.V,OV.j^< 



HISTORICAL REVIEW. 21 

tlio Brancli Mint comniuncod their duties to-day, "taking up the case of Agostin 
Ilaraszthy, hite melter anil refiner. 

March 17. — The birthday of Ireland's Patron Saint was duly celebrated by those 
of Irish lineage, the Association of the Sons of the Emerald Isle marching in proces- 
sion to the ancient church at Mission Dolores, wliere an oration was delivered by 

Padre Harrington About six o'clock in the evening a violent storm of wind and 

rain, accompanied with hail, passed over the city Marion Whithurst, indicted for 

the murder of A. A. Mason, convicted of murder of the second degree, anil afterwards 

sentenced to the State Prison for sixteen years Parties arrested on the 13th for 

vending obscene publications, were severally fined $50 and $60, with costs of prose- 
cution. 

March 18. — The Catholics of the parish of St. Francis determined to erect a large 
brick church, gothic style of architecture, on the site of the present old wooden 

structure on Vallejo Street ; $6,000 were collected at the meeting this evening 

Judge Freelon ordered the discharge of the slave boy Archy, brought before him on 
writ of habeas coi-pus, immediately after which he was re-arrested by the U. S. Mar- 
shal as a fugitive slave, on a writ issued by the U. S. Commissioner, Geo. Pen. John- 
ston. Great excitement followed, accompanied with a slight attempt at rescue, but 
the Marshal conducted the prisoner to his office without serious hindrance, being 
supported by the Sheriff and his officers, together with the Chief of Police and a 
posse from that department. Five or six hundred persons subsequently collected 
around the place, and much feeling was manifested, especially by the colored popu- 
lation, one of whom was arrested. Having given vent to their indignation in words, 
the multitude after lingering for a short time, quietly dispersed. 

March 20.— Shipnients of Treasure to Panama, $1,661,929 69 ; total for the 
month, -53,728,309 36. 

March 27. — It was feared the late severe frosts had destroyed the peach, nectarine 
and apricot crops in and about the city. 

March 30. — Captain Bennett, of the Mexican brig Cornelia, arrested on suspicion 
of causing the loss of that vessel, with a view of defrauding the Insurance Comi)anies. 

March 31. — Pilot boat Fanny dispatched by the Chief of Police for San Jose del 
Cabo, Lower California, in search of the boxes of specie supposed to have been 
buried there by Captain IBennett, of the lost brig Cornelia. Captain Bennett and a 
competent police force, went down in the Fanny, the Captain having admitted the 
fraud and agreed to point out the spot where the stolen treasure was buried. After 
a short absence, the Fanny returned bringing the missing money, for the recovery 
of which the Chief of Police was afterwards awarded a considerable sura by the 
Courts. 

April 1. — Sather & Church, bankers, announce their intention to pay on pre- 
sentation in New York and other Eastern cities, all drafts heretofore drawn on them, 
with a view to settling all outstanding liabilities, and the resumption of business at an 
early day. _ _ , 

April 3. — The Spanish Catholic residents duly observed the custom of manifesting 
their execration of the character of Judas Iscariot, by hanging him in effigy, and 
treating the symbolical figure with every species of indignity. 

Api!il 5.— Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1, 674^294 23. 

April 6. — It being one year to-day since Henry A. Crabb and his companions fell 
at Cavorca, a solemn requiem, at the instance of his widow, was celebrated in the 

Church of Notre Dame des Victories, for the eternal repose of their souls The 

Visiting Committee appointed by the Legislature to proceed to Oakland and examine 
as to the expediency of removing the Capitol from Sacramento to that place, reported 
unanimously in favor of removal. 

April 9. — The British war-steamer Satellite, Capt. Prevost, arrived from Victoria, 
a fine vessel, 1,047 tuns, 400 horse power, carrying 21 ten-inch guns, and 260 men. 

April 12. — Mr. P. G. Vibbard arrived from the East with a splendid stallion of 
the genuine "Messenger" stock. The animal cost 82,500 in Massachusetts and $500 



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to be brought out, Mr. V. also brings some very fine bucks, of the Bakewell, South- 
down, Costwool and Leicester breeds, one of them weighing 403 pounds, at a cost of 
*700. 

Ai'HiL 14.— Steamsliip Constitution arrived from Victoria, bringing news con- 
firmatory of rich gold diggings having been found on Frazer Kiver, and. adding much 

to the excitement already existing on that subject Commissioner Johnston 

delivered a lengthy opinion this morning, in the U. S. Circuit Court Room, pro- 
nouncing Archy Lee a freeman, and ordering his discharge from the custody of the 
U. S. Marshal. Although several hundred persons were collected to witness the 
denouement, no noisy demonstration was attempted or improper exultation indulged 
in. 

April 15. — A religious revival has been in successful progress for some time past, 
at the I'ine Street Baptist Church. 

ArraL IG. — Tlie Treasurer of the Sons of the Emerald Isle paid the Roman Catholic 

Orphan Asylum 8400, the proceeds of a ball given on St. Patrick's Day The 

colored population held a large meeting in the evening to deliberate as to the 
propriety of emigrating to Vancouver's Island. A strong feeling in favor of the move- 
ment was manifested. The excitement in regard to Fraser River already intense, is 
on the increase every daj'. The steamers for Victoria go loaded to their utmost 
capacity ; many who had come down from the mines with the intention of going 
East changing their plans and taking passage for the North, Avhile many others are 
only waiting for further confirmation of the intelligence to follow. The news, both 
such as is derived through private advices, as well as through the public prints, grows 
more and more flattering by each arrival. A large number of steamers and sail 
vessels are already up, or talked of being put upon the route, should things continue 
favorable. 

April 20. — Shipment of Treasure to Panama, r$l,94'7,731 54; total for the month, 
§3,622,025 77. 

April 23. — Meeting of British residents to devise means for the relief of their 
indigent countiymen. 

May 1. — May Day celebrated by Public Schools, Turners, etc., with appropriate 
amusements, festivals and excursions. 

May 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, Si, 9 12,8 17 79. 

May 6. — The mail steamer Golden Gate returned to port, having broken her center 
shaft when 45 miles out from the Heads. The Sonora took her place. 

May 8. — Board of Examiners of unfunded outstanding claims against the city met 
and adopted rules of procedure. 

May 11. — The Board of Supervisors, convened at ten A. M., and passed an order 
for the disbanding of Empire Engine Company, No. 1, and Knickerbocker Engine 
Company, No. 5, upon a coraplain't of F. E. R. 'Whitney, Chief Engineer of the Fire 
Department, for an alleged disobedience of orders at the fire on the evening of the 
9th instant. The order was instantly carried into effect and the houses and apparatus 
of the two companies taken possession of by the Chief Engineer and the police. No 
opposition beyond that of a protest made by the foreman of each company was offered, 
but a deep feeling pervaded the entire department, which was to a great extent par- 
ticipated in by the entire community. The agents of the Insurance Companies, in 
consequence of the disturbed state of the department, advanced their rates of in- 
surance. 

May 13. — The First Presbyterian Church, an elegant edifice just completed on 
Stockton street, at a cost of $50,000, was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies this 
evening. 

May 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,879,B7? 32 ; total for the month, 
$3,792,490 11. 

May 26. — Steamer Senator brings intelligence of the of the schooner Laura 

Bevans,on her passage from San Pedro to San Francisco, ih all on board, among 
whom was Mr. J. C. Ayres, the landscape artist. 



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May 27. — U.S. steamer Slmhricfi-, Com. De Camp, belonging to the Light Houso 
Board, arrived this morning from rhilailelpliia. 

May 28. — The steamer Pacijic left for Port Townsend and Bellingham Bay, with 

over 000 passengers, destined for Fraser River Suit commenced by U.S. l->is- 

triet Attorney against Agostin Ilaraszthy and his sureties, to recover the sum of 
§155,000, for which amount he is alleged to be in default, as Melter and Refiner of 
the Mint in this city. 

May 29. — A decision was rendered by Judge Norton, Twelfth District Court, con- 
cerning the action of the Board of Supervisors in passing the order disbanding Engine 
companies Nos. 1 and 5, in which it was held that the passage of said order was 
illegal, and that the Companies therein named were entitled to the custody of the 
property unlawfully taken from them. The members of the company named 
quietly took possession of their property, and thus ended a proceeding which at 
one time seriously endangered the harmony and efficiency of the entire Fire Depart- 
ment of this city. 

June 2. — The Old Adelphi Theater, erected in 1851 on Dupont Street, was destroyed 

this morning by fire Putrid sore throat is carrying ott" many children in the city 

at this time Liquor dealers, a large number of whom have been arrested for 

violating the Sunday law, meet and raise funds to test the constitutionality of the 
same. The ciijar vendors are also takinif similar action. 

June 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $2,860,062 50. 

June 9. — Within the last three davs, 1,267 Chinese have arrived at San Francisco. 

June 16. — A ten mile race came "off to-day between Glencoe Chief and Julia 
Aldrich, for 82,000 a-side. The latter came out nearly a mile ahead. 

June 17. — The steamship Corses left for Bellingham Bay, crowded with passengers. 
Her clearance showed 894 passengers, though she is supposed to ha\e had at least 
1,200 on board. 

June 18. — Col. Balie Peyton and Gregory Yale, two well known lawyers, left the 
city yesterday, and proceeded to a spot back of Oakland, for the purpose of fighting 
a duel. While on the ground and about perfecting the preliminaries, a letter was 
received from F\ J. Lippitt, originator of the trouble, which led to a settlement of the 
affjur without a combat. 

June 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,857,795 03 ; total for the month, 
$4,223,857 59. 

June 24. — Over 1,900 passengers left on the various steamers and sailing vessels 
to-day for Fraser River. Amongst them were a number of prominent merchants, 
bankers, and real estate dealers. Several members of the police have also resigned, 
with the intention of visiting that quarter. 

June 25. — Ned McGowan was arrested on the arrival of the Sacramento boat for 
libel. He was taken to the police-office, where he gave bail for $1,000, and was dis- 
charged. As he was about leaving the place, a pistol was fired, but whether at him 
or not did not appear. McGowan subsequently failing to answer, his bail was for- 
feited. He had left for Fraser River. 

June 26. — Ship Carntyne arrived to-day with 419 Chinamen, making over 1,500 
that have landed here within the past two weeks, besides large numbers previously. 

. . .Steamer Sierra Nevada left for Bellingham Bay. Her clearance at the Custom 

House showed 900 passengers, though she probably had 1,600 The Fraser River 

excitement was now at its hight, every vessel going north, and even the river steamers 
being crowded to their utmost capacity. It is now estimated that 15,000 persons 
have left this port for that quarter this season. 

June 29. — The company of shipwrecked Japanese left on the British ship Carribean 
for their native land, procjeeding via Vancouver's Island. 

July 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,018,891 46. 

July 7. — Annual election of officers of the society of California Pioneers took place 
this evening, the regular ticket, having Alex. G. Abell for president, being chosen. 

July 14. — The steamship Commodore, which left over a week since for Victoria 



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with a laro-e miinber of passengers and a heavy freight, returned to port early this 
mornino-, in a disabled and sinking condition. The weather being rough and the 
shi]> not seaworthy, she hibored heavily, and finally sprang aleak. All the deck cargo, 
including twelve horses, was thrown overboard, and it was only by constant baling, 
in which all the passengers aided, that she was kept afloat. The greatest indignation 
was expressed against the owner of the vessel for sending her to sea, and some very 
unpleasant demonstrations made to force a repayment of the passage money, which 
in most cases was acceded to. 

JiTLV 15. — The arrival of the Cortes from Bellingham Bay, with 200 return passen- 
gers, put the first sensible damper on the Fraser River fever in this city. 

Jui.v 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 81,859,009 56 ; total for the month, 
$3,477,901 02. 

July 21. — Ninth Anniversary of the Presbyterian Sunday School was celebrated 
in the new church on Stockton Street. 

August 2. — The mail steamer Oregon, while entering the harbor on Saturday 
night, on her return from Victoria, struck on the rocks off Point Reyes, breaking her 
rudder, and causing such a panic amongst the passengers that some fifty of them 
attempteii jumping ashore. Several of the number fell into the water and were 
drowned, the survivors coming overland to the city by way of Petaluma. The vessel 
backed off the rocks, and sustained but little damage. 

Aug. 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 81,791,744 95. 

AuQ. 10. — The Board appointed to examine and pass upon unfunded claims against 
the city, submitted their report, whereby it appeared that the aggregate amount of claims 
presented against the city and county was $2,922,007 61, of which §1,753,906 47 
were rejected, and 81,168,101 14 allowed. 

Aug. 18. — A severe shock of an earthquake was felt in the city this evening, at five 
minutes to eleven o'clock. It shook the buildings perceptibly, and caused many to 
leave the theaters and other public places. 

Aug. 19. — The unfortunate difficulty occurred this evening between George Pen 
Johnston and W. I. Ferguson, Senator of Sacramento, which resulted in a duel be- 
tween the parties, on Angel Island, on the 21st following. Three shots w'ere 
exchanged without effect ; on the fourth fire both were wounded, Mr. Ferguson 
having his thigh bone broken, and Mr. Johnston being wounded in the wrist. Fer- 
guson, after lingering some days, died of the injuries received. 

Aug. 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 82,034,939 16 ; total for the month, 
83,826,684 11. 

Sept. 2. — The Second Annual Fair of the Mechanics' Institute opened this morning 
with a better display in every department than last year. The exhibition, which w as 
kept open several weeks, was well attended, and proved a decided success. 

Sept. 5.— Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 81,779,414 16. -^ 

Sept. 9. — The eighth anniversary of the admission of California as a State into the 
Union was celebrated by the Society of California Pioneers and the National Guards. 

Sept. 10. — A convention of Quartz Miners assembled to consider the various topics 
of interest to this important branch of the resources of the State, and after transact- 
ing a considerable amount of business adjourned to the 11th instant. 

Sept. 16. — A comet made its appearance in the north-western heavens, but was 
scarcely discernable to the naked eye. 

Sept. 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 81,757,631 79 ; total for the month, 
83,537,045 95. 

Sept. 24. — A. J. Taylor, better known as " Natchez," the keeper of a pistol gallery 
on Clay Street, was accidentally shot by a customer, who was trying the spring of a 
supposed unloaded pistol, but which unfortunately contained a charge, which caused 
his death in a few moments. 

Sept. 27. — This being the day appointed for the celebration of the laying of the 
Atlantic cable, most of the places of business and banking houses were closed. The 
procession was the largest ever in the city, and comprised the military, firemen. 



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the various associations, and large numbers of citizons. In the eveninjT, a largo 
number of the private dweUings and nearly all the public buildings were illuminated, 
which with a pyrotechnic display on the Plaza wound up the events of the day. 

Sept. 30. — the lion. D. C. Broderick took his departure for Washington via 
Sacramento and Placerville, by the Overland route. lie was accompaiiiel to Henicia 
bv a larcfe deletration of h'.'* friends, thev havintj chartered the steamer Contra Costa 
for that purpo"^e. 

OcTOHER 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 81,850,120 o7. 

Oct. 15. — The first Overland stage from St. Louis arrived, making the trip from 
city to city in 23 days 18 hours and 40 minutes. 

Oct. 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, §2,177.391 45 ; total for the month, 
§4,027,512 02. 

Per. 24. — A clock has been completed on the tower of St. Mary's Cathedral. Its 
dials, four in number, are the largest with one or two exceptions of any in the United 
States, they being nine feet in diameter. 

Oct. 27. — T. O. Larkin, Esq., one of the earliest American settlers on this coast, 
died of typhoid fever at his residence in this city. 

NovE.MBER 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, !?i2,251,858 44. 

Nov. 9. — The Italians of this city organized a Mutual Benevolent Society. It 
now numbers 300 members, paying -Si a month. A collection taken up on the 7th 
instant, when but 80 members were present, amounted to 81,200. A hospital is 
soon to be built. 

Nov. 10. — Board of Delegates organize, and elect Chas. S. Biden, President; 
T. H. Flanagan, Secretary ; C. M. Plum, Treasurer ; Joshua P. Haven, F. J. Thibault 

and J. H. Cutter, Trustees Ship Lucas, from Victoria, when entering the harbor, 

struck on the South Farralones, and shortly after went to pieces. Of 175 passengers 

15 were drowned Geo. Pen Johnston arrested on an indictment for fighting a 

duel. He gave bail in $10,000 for his appearance to answer. On his subsequent 
trial Mr. Johnston was acquitted. 

Nov. 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, -$2, 173,003 01 ; total for the month, 
$4,425,461 45. 

Nov. 20. — The chain gang having been starved 60 hours for refusing to work, on 

siunifvino- their readiness to do dutv ao-ain, receiveil rations At an early hour this 

morning, two distinct shocks of an earthquake were felt. The first shock contmued 
about ten seconds; the next was of longer duration, and much more violent, being 
accompanied with a heavy rumbling noise, like distant thunder. 

Nov. 27. — Benjamin Moulton, a well known resident of this city, was shot by 
Joseph Brewer. The latter was afterwards tried on a charge of murder and acquitted. 

December 2. — In the celebrated case of Hodges i'. Dr. Cooper, in which the plain- 
tiflf sought to recover $25,000 damages for alleged mal-practice, the jury failed to 
agree. This case occupied the attention of the court for ten days ; the inijiortance 
of the question involved, created considerable discussion among the medical faculty 
and the public generally. 

Dec. 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panana, 81,884,705 71. 

Dec. 10. — Mewes, the murderer of Peter Becker, was hung in the jail-yard to-day, 
in presence of about one hundred people. He admitted the justice of his punishment, 
acknowledged that he had been g\iilty of many crimes — even other murders than the 
one for which he was about to suffer. 

Dec. 11. — Doctor James J. O'Dowd, an apothecary on Battery Street, having 
through carelessness sold a young man named John J. Bradley a poisonous potion, 
which caused his death, the doctor put an end to his own life by taking prussic acid. 

Dec. 13. — Pollock, the poet, died to-day, after several days' illness, aged 35 years. 
Ho was a man of decided genius, and the only Californian poet whose productions 
are likely to attain a lasting notoriety. 

Dec. 20.— Shipments of' Treasure to Panama, $1,934,900 72 ; total for the month, 
83,819,666 43. 



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January 5, 1859. — Sliipinents of Treasure to Panama, §1, 749,850 94. 

Jan. G. — A large tank in the establislinient of the California Sugar Refining 
Coiii])any e.\|ilo<.lod this afternoon, shattering the building badly, and fatally in- 
juring Mr. Caleott, an employee of the Company. The injury to the works is 
estinuited at S« 10,000. 

Jan. 12. — The annual contribution of the Churches of the city in aid of the Pro- 
testant Orphan Asylum amounted to §;l,029 50, which was increased by the sum of 
§450, raised through the exertions of Frederick MacCrellish, Esq., and Col. E. W. 
Leonard, mostly among the leading bankers of the city. 

Jan. 15. — A'large na^eting of the Israelites, to condemn the Church of Rome for 
the part taken in the abduction of the Mortara child^ Judge Heydenfeldt was ap- 
pointed chairman; and after the adoption of several resolutions, speeches were 
delivered, and the meeting adjourned. 

Jan. 1G. — A Frenchman named Martin, while laboring under a fit of mania potu, 
jumped from the roof of the Exchange building on Battery Street, a distance of over 
sixty feet. Both legs and the lower jaw were badly fractured. 

Jan. 18. — A chess club was organized in this city, devoted to the progress of this 
noble and intellectual game. 

Jan. 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, 81,669,685 65 ; total for the month, 
$3,419,542 59. 

Jan. 23. — George Gilman, formerly a policeman, shot two men at the Sansome 
House, neither of whom was the man for which the ball was intended. Capt. S. S. 
Russell, one of the persons injured, has since died from the etfects of his wounds ; the 
other person being only slightly Avounded. 

Jan. 25. — A heavy gale raged with the greatest violence in the harbor, doing much 
damage to the shipping at the wharves. 

February 1. — This being the eighth anniversary of the San Francisco Orphan 
Asylum, a public exhibition took place at the Musical Hall, at which the children, 
numbering about thirty, were present. 

Feb. 2. — A very large and respectable meeting was held at Musical Hall, of those 
o^jposed to the Bolton-Santillan claim. 

Feb. 4. — Mr. Wm. S. Alton committed suicide by taking strychnine. 

Feb. 5.— Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,682,067 12. 

Feb. 10. — James Kennovan completed a great feat of agility and endurance by 
walking four hundred miles in one hundred consecutive hours. 

Feb. 13. — The steamer Uncle Sam, which sailed on the 11th for the Colorado 
River returned, after experiencing a violent south-easter, which so disabled her as 
to render it necessary- to return to port for repaiis. 

Feb. 14. — William Durie was shot by a man named Fowser for the seduction of his 
daughter. Fowser was afterwards tried for the offense and acquitted. 

Feb. 20. — One of the most blood-thirsty and diabolical murders that ever took 
place in San Francisco come to light early in the day, it having been committed in 
the back yard of a dwelling-house on Jessie Street. The victim was T. Bellman, the 
occupant of the house, and suspicion rested chiefly upon a negro named' Mose Tate, 
and the murdered man's wife, both of whom were accordingly arrested. The negro 
was afterwards convicted of murder in the second degree, and the woman tried and 

acquitted Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,135,510 18 ; total for the month, 

82,817,577 30. 

March 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, including per Orizaba, $1,464,243 89. 

March 9. — Mr. Bremmervord and a sailor named Cuddy were drowned while at- 
tempting to board the ship Morning Glory, in consequence of two drunken sailors 

capsizing the boat James x\nderson, the tragedian, made his first appearance in 

California, at the Lyceum, this evening Remonstrance, signed by over 5,000 

citizens, against the IBulkhead, sent to the Legislature. 

March 15. — Henry Vapner killed a woman of bad repute, with whom he was living 
on Pacific Street, by strangling her; after which he attempted to put an end to his 



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own life by cuttinsjf his throat. Vapner afterwards recovered from his wounds, was 
tried, convicted of iimrder, and sentenced to be hung. 

i\Iakch 17. — St. Patrick's Day was celebrated with much enthusiasm, everything 
passing off with spirit and harmony. The Sons of the Emerald Isle marched in pro- 
cession to St. Francis' Church, where ap[)ropriate religious exercises were perforiiiod, 
and afterwards to Musical ILili, where an oration was delivered by Mr. Ryan, and 
a poem read by Frank Soule, Esq. The other Societies met at St. Mary's Cathedral, 
where Pontifical Mass was held, and a panegyric pronounced on St. Patrick by 
Father Slatterly. 

March 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,581,929 Y4 ; total for the 
month, ^3,046,173 63. 

^Iarch 21. — Patrick Foley, keeper of a boarding-house on Pacific Street, destroyed 
his life by taking arsenic. 

March 22. — English steamship Forwood arrived in 130 days from Liverpool, e» 
route for Victoria. 

March 24. — An unknown man was found hanging by the neck in a deserted house 
near the Presidio, quite dead. lie was supposed to be an Italian organ grinder, and 
probably put a period to his life because of destitution. 

March 25. — A. general movement against all foreign silver coin has been begun, 
with a view to driving it out of circulation. Some of it, as money, is greatly depre- 
ciated, and all of it, if the movement is persevered in, will soon have to go into the 
Mint. 

March 26. — The Nicaragua steamship line advertise a vessel for the 5th of next 
month, thus renewing the promised opposition, which the public feared had been 
abandoned, through tlie non-sailing of the Cortes. 

March 27. — Legislature make an excursion to Oakland^ to examine as to its suit- 
ableness for the State Capitol. The committee to whom the matter was referred in 
that body, afterwards report in favor of removing the capitol from Sacramento to 
Oakland. 

April 1. — Capt. E. Pendleton arrested for extreme cruelty to his crew, most of 
whom were sent to the hospital on the arrival of the vessel (the bark Sarah Park) 
at this port. lie was also afterwards indicted for the murder of a sailor named 
Williams, Avhose death he was accused of causino- on the vovage hither. The conduct 
of Capt. Pendleton has met with the severest condenmation on all hands. 

April 3. — The steam ferry boat Contra Costa exploded her boiler while crossing 
from this city to Oakland, killing five or six persons, and perhaps others unknown, 
and severely scalding several others. The Coroner's jury attributed the catastrophe 
to the carelessness of the engineer, "VVyatt Birdsall, who was afterwards arrested on a 
Coroner's warrant. He was admitted to bail, Charles Minturn, owner of the boat 
becominof his bondsman. 

April 5. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $2,081,765 42. 

April 17. — Musical Hall filled to overflowing for a number of nights by persons 
eager to witness W. Bovee Dods' experiments in ^Mesmerism and Psychology. The 
genuineness of the experiments iissailed by a portion of the city press, and public 

opinion divided as to their merits Officer Hesse arrested a disreputable woman, 

for wearing in public a new style of low-necked dress, recently imported from Paris. 
She forfeited the money deposited for her appearance to answer. No further attempts 
have since been made to introduce the indecent costume. 

April 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,703,828 17 ; total for the month, 
63,784,593 59. 

April 25. — Jose Y. Limantour, under indictment for forgery and perjury, failed 
to appear when called upon in the U. S. District Court, forfeiting his bail, amounting 

to §35,000. His bondsmen are Martin Reese and Manuel Castro An insane man, 

named Joseph White, while being taken along the corridor of the City Hall, sprang 
over into the area below, and striking head first on the brick pavement, was instantly 
killed. 



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Ai'HiL 2C, — The Odd Fellows celebrated the Fortieth Anniversary of their Order 
with a procession and other imposing ceremonies. 

May 1. — May Day was celebrated more generally than ever before in the city ; 
the Public Schools, Turners and others joining to make it an almost universal holiday 

with our people The John L. Stephens arrived from Panama, bringing 1,800 

passengers; the largest number ever brought to this port on a single vessel. 

May 3. — A very severe shower of rain has continued for the last forty-eight hours, 
accompanied, at times, by heavy falls of hail and loud peals of thunder. This cir- 
cumstance, so unusual at this season of the year, will prove vastly beneficial to the 
agricultural and stock-raising sections of the State. 

May 5.— Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $2,401,269 02. 

May 7. — Mrs.Billman was acquitted for the murder of Capt. Billman, her husband. 
'Th« jury was out twenty-six hours. 

May 9. — Meeting of the bankers and leading merchants of the city, to regulate the 
value of foreign coins. The mint standard was recommended and the public called 
upon to adopt the same. 

May 12. — "William G. Taylor, a native of England, for a long time connected with 
the stage of California, died suddenly. He was apparently in good health and had 

the evening previous, appeared at the American Theater The steamer Santa Cruz 

arrived from Mazatlan, with thirty-six Mexican oflBcers, banished from their native 
country for political offenses. 

May 14. — Proprietors of the Evening Bulletin arrested for violating the law for 
the suppression of obscene publications, in publishing the confession of Mrs. Sickles. 
The parties were subsequently arraigned before Justice Hudson and fined $100 each. 
The case was appealed. 

May 16. — The Industrial School was opened with appropriate ceremonies. 

May 20. — Shipments of Treasure to Panama, $1,792,727 80 ; total for the month, 
$4,193,996 82. 

May 22. — Fourteen of the most desperate prisoners confined in the State Prison 

made their escape ; several of whom have been since captured The trial of Capt. 

Pendleton, which had been pending in the U. S. Court for several days, resulted in his 
conviction. 

May 24. — The fortieth anniversary of the birthday, and the twenty-third year of 
the reign of Queen Victoria was appropriately celebrated. During the day, flags 
were displayed in different sections of the city, and in the evening a number of Eng- 
lish merchants celebrated the occasion by a public dinner at the Union Club. . . .The 
Mercantile Library Association have issued a plan for the erection of a suitable build- 
ing for the accommodation of its members, which meets with much favor. The pre- 
sent flourishing condition of this institution will materially assist the members in 
carrying into eftect this important movement ; but few associations in our State have 
exhibited more evidences of progress during the past few years than this laudable and 
popular organization, and it is to be desired that the exertions of the members to 
strengthen their permanency will be properly appreciated by the public. 

May 28. — The Board of Managers of the Fair recently held at the Musical Hall, by 
the Sisters of Mercy, for the erection of a Magdalen Asylum and Charity Hospital in 
this city, have published their report. The net proceeds amount to $10,414 25. 

May' 29. — The Dashaway Temperance Association held a meeting this evening, 
at Musical Hall, which was attended by a large concourse of persons. Over 900 
have already become members, which is increased at every meeting. An eftbrt is 
now being made by the association to establish a House for the Inebriate — a philan- 
thropic and praiseworthy movement which should be encouraged by our citizens 
generally. 

May 31. — The Mount Vernon Association, recently re-organized in this State, is 
composed of 130 Managers and 90 Assistants, residing in different portions of the 
State_.- Over 85,000 have already been contributed to the fund, and transmitted to 
the East. This sum will be largely increased by future collections. 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



I.v this department of the work wo propose, 
annually, to give a brief glance at the operations 
of the different public institutions, and those pri- 
vate establishments which are deemed worthy 
of notice, with such details connected therewith 
as we may deem interesting to our readers. 

Education and the Public Schools. 

The following are the officers of the School 
Department : 1st District, R. O'Neill ; 2d, A. S. 
Edwards: 3d, Wm. Sherman; 4th, S. B. Stod- 
dard; 5th, B. F. Moses; 6th, C. L. Taylor; 7th, 
Wm. Pearson; 8th, E. B. Goddard; 9th, J. 0. 
Eldridge ; 10th, C C. Kiiowles; 11th, E Judson ; 
12th, J. Shade Dungan ; President, Wra. Sher- 
man ; Superintendent, and ex officio Secretary, 
Henry B. Janes. 

It is with pleasure that we lay before the cit- 
izens of San Francisco the highly satisfactory 
condition of the Public School Department. 

Since our issue of last year no part of our mu- 
nicipal government has been more carfully sus- 
tained or judiciously provided for. No longer 
oppressed by debt, and embarrassed by a bank- 
rupt treasury, the workings of the Board of Edu- 
cation and the improvement of the Schools have, 
during the last year, been without a precedent. 
This improved financial condition in School af- 
fairs, is attributable to the general and prompt 
payment of taxes on the part of our citizens, and 
to the wise and economical management of the 
Board of Education. The internal improvement 
of the diflerent Schools of the Department has 
fully kept pace with its other general prosperity : 
from the zealous and constant eflbrts of the Su- 
perintendent, Henry B. Janes, and members of 
the Board of Education, prominent among whom 
we may justly mention the name of the Presi- 
dent, Wm. Sherman, who during the past five 
years has been a most valuable member of the 
School Department, and for the past three years 
an occupant of the chair of the Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Most fortunately for her own interests as well 
as for the permanent good of the whole State, 
San Francisco from an early period in her history, 
as an American community, has extended a fos- 



tering care to the cause of free schools, and has 
to the fullest extent provided the means of in- 
struction for the children of every citizen. No 
institution within her limits has received greater 
or more zealous attention ; none has been more 
liberally and faithfully sustained. Tiiis is as it 
should have been, as we hope hereafter, may 
ever be the case. That our Public Schools form 
the basis upon which securley rests our nation's 
present greatness, and depends our future na- 
tional permanence, and progress, and improve- 
ment, is not merely a well rounded, euphonious 
sentence, but one which expresses a substantial 
truth. 

When in 1849, there rushed to these shores 
the busy throng of eager and restless adventu- 
rers, impatient in the pursuit of fortune, fame, or 
pleasure, happy for San Francisco, there came 
also others having a more abiding interest in her 
welfare ; a higher object of persuit — those im- 
pelled by' a more enobling ambition. And when 
the exciting clatter of a thousand hammers re- 
echoed from every hill side, and San Francisco, 
as if by magic, was hastening into a real exist- 
tence ; these were busily, unobtrusively, yet per- 
soveringly employed in giving her that moral 
and social life, which has signally elevated her, 
and which, as we trust, will hereafter grow 
with her growth, and strengthen with her 
strength, till it shall ripen into those graceful 
proportions of a moral and social society which 
shall render her the pride, and endearing home 
of her citizens. 

Prominent among the early friends of San Fran- 
cisco were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pelton, who, as it 
appears, left Boston, Mass., in the early part of 
1849 ; and, (strange as it then appeared to those 
unacquainted with them, or the real motives that 
prompted their acts,) with the object of establish- 
ing here on the " far-off shores of the Pacific," a 
free Public School on the New England plan. 

HISTORY OF THE FIRST PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Arriving at San Francisco in the autumn of 
1849, Mr. Pelton immediately made preparations 
for carrj'ing out his cherished object. He soon 
found friends, and through them secured the free 



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use of tliu Baptist Chapel, then standing on ■Wash- 
ington Street near Stockton, (and still occupied 
by tlie Trimary Department of the original 
Scliool.) On the 26ih of December, 1849, tliree 
chi'dren having been gathered, the tirst Public 
Free School in this State, or indeed on the Pa- 
cific coast, was commenced. This School was 
continued free to pupils from the first, and was 
sustained several months entirely by the vol- 
untary and gratuitous services of Mr. and Mrs. 
Pelton, aided, in paying the incidental expenses 
of the School, and procuring the services of extra 
teachers, who were soon required, by the contri- 
butions of citizens who had became interested, in 
what had at first appeared to them an enterprise 
as strange as it was new. The names of those 
contributors having been preserved, we take 
pleasure in giving them a permanent place in this 
record of the early benefactors of San Francisco : 

Theo. Payne, Friedlander & Co., "Wm. Meyer 
& Co., M. E. Gould, J. C. Palmer, S. Otis, I. C. 
Woods, "Wm. T. Coleman, J. D. Button, B. F. 
Sherwood, B. Davidson, Wm. D. M. Howard, 
Talbot Green, F. Vassault, Newton & Co., Hussey 
& Bond, Henry M. Hale, E. Dunbar, Dunbar & 
Emerson, John Wilson, Jacob B. Moore, T. J. L. 
Smiley, A. A. Selover, John Middleton, R. S. 
Dorr, David Paige, C. V. Gillespie, Wm. Burling, 
J. H. Coghill, Burgoyne & Co., Adams & Co., 
Wm. Hooper, Nathaniel Lane, Capt. Tibbs, C. L. 
Rosi?, S. R. Bolton, D. Gibb, Moorhouse& White- 
head, E. Mickle & Co., .J. D. Stevenson, Capt. 
King, R. M. Sherman, Wm. Sherman, Geo. H. 
Hudson, Wm. Greene, Thos. Hayes, S. Branuan, 
Eugene L. Sullivan, Capt. Folsom, Capt. Tieden, 
J. L. Little, Wm. Vischer and F. C. Ewer. 

On or about April, 1, 1850, the School bad 
greatly increased in number ; and had in every 
way prospered beyond the expectations of its 
most sanguine friends. It had become an orna- 
ment to the city, a blessing to the children and 
youth — then rapidly gathering in from every 
habitable part of the globe. It was appreciated 
and referred to with pride and satisfaction by 
San Franciscans, who had now commenced to 
feel some interest in her, other than felt for a 
place only of business and turmoil — the field of 
adventure; for there were those who thought 
to make here a future home for themselves and 
for their children ; accordingly, the Ayuntami- 
ento or City Council adopted the School then 
formed, (by ordinance passed April 10th, 1850,) 
and undertook its support as a free Public 



School, employing Mr. and Mrs. Pelton, to con- 
tinue it at a nominal salary of $500 per month, 
for the services of both, and by them it was 
taught till the fall of 1851, (uninterrupted except 
by occasional fires and short vacations) ; when, 
to meet the then greatly increased demands 
of the youth of the city, a new school ordinance 
was matured and adopted, (not differing mate- 
rially from the one now in force,) and a new 
Board of Education and Superintendent elected. 
Under this new Board of Education, acting under 
the provisions of this new ordinance, the follow- 
ing Schools were organized, viz. : 

No. 1. Washington Street School, now Powell 

Street established Dec. 1849 

No. 2. Denman Grammar " Sept. 1851 

No. 3. Rincon " " Jan. 1852 

No. 4. Spring Valley " " Feb. 1852 

No. 5. Union Street " " June, 1852 

Under the circumstances attending the estab- 
lishment of the first school in 1849 — and not less 
under those attending the re-organization of the 
schools in 1852, nothing but true zeal and a de- 
votion to their interests could have overcome the 
difiBculiies that opposed their progres.s. Neither 
of these requisites were wanting on the part of 
Mr. Pelton, who gave the schools the\r first exist- 
ence, or those who have succeeded him. 

The history of our Public School department 
is full of interest ; but the facts and circum- 
stances connected therewith being within the 
recollection of most of our iDrcseut citizens, no 
more than a cursory glance will be expected from 
us to complete this sketch, which up to this time 
has been dwelt upon somewhat in detail. 

RESOURCES. 

Our Public Schools are supported partly by a 
special School-tax, and partly by semi-annual 
appropriations of State School Funds. The 
School-tax this year is 35 cents on each $100 of 
assessment. From this source about §100,000 
shotdd be realized annually. The appropriations 
from State funds now amount annually to about 
$15,000. These united sources, therefore, should 
yield an annual fund of about $100,000. 

The following comprises a list of the Public 
Schools, as at present organized. Much im- 
provement, in the way of building school-houses 
and the reorganization of several schools, is an- 
ticipated during the present year. 

SAN FRANCISCO HIGH SCHOOL. 

Situated (temporarily) Powell Street, between 
Clay and Sacramento streets. Principal, E. H. 



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Holmes; Teacher Natural Sciences, Geo. W. 
Minns; Teacher ilodern Languages, Geo. D. 
Hansen ; Assistant Teacher (female department) 
Miss M. C. Hewes. 

GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. 

1. Rincon School. — Located Hampton Place, 
between Second and Third streets. Principal, 
Mr. John Swett; First Assistant, Miss M. L. 
Tracy ; Second Assistant, Miss M. F. Rand. This 
school to be removed to a new building soon to 
be erected near its present site. 

2. Denrnan School. — Located corner Bush and 
Stockton streets. Principal, George Tait ; First 
Assistant, Miss M. J. Armstrong; Second As- 
sistant, Miss A. Starkey. 

3. Powell Street School. — Located Powell Street 
between Jackson and "Washington. Principal, Mr. 
H. P. Carlton; First Assistant, Miss L. A. Clapp; 
Second Assistant. Miss M. L. Nelson. It is 
understood that a new building will be erected 
for this school, situated in the central portion of 
the city. 

4. Union Street School. — Located Union Street 
between Kearny and Montgomery. Principal, 
Mr. Ahira Holmes ; First Assistant, Miss R. W. 
Foster ; Second Assistant, iliss L, Kennedy. 

5. Market Street School. — Principal, Mr. Th. S. 
Myrick ; First Assistant, Miss K. Kennedy ; Sec- 
ond Assistant, Miss C. S. Maxficld. 

G. Spring Valley School. — Located Presidio 
Road, near Lagoon. Principal, Mr. J. C. Morrill ; 
First Assistant, Miss M. L. Morgan ; Second As- 
sistant, Miss J. C. Gilbert. 

MIXED SCHOOLS. 

1. Mission Dolores. — Located Mission, in Rev. 
Mr. Benton's church. Principal, Mr. T. C. Leon- 
ard. Plans for a house for this school have been 
submitted and approved by the Board, and the 
building will doubtless soon be erected. 

2. Hyde Street School. — Located corner Hyde 
and Bush streets. Principal, Mr. J. C. Pelton ; 
First Assistant, Miss E. H. Hauxhurst. 

Colored School. — Located Jackson Street, in 
basement of colored Church. Principal, J. P. 
Sanderson (colored). 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

. 1. Rincon School. — Location, see Rincon Gram- 
mar Department No. 1. Principal, Miss H. J. 
Kirtland; Assistants, Miss J. B. Sheldon, Miss 
A. Prescott. 

2. Denrnan School. — Location, see Grammar 
Department No. 2. Principal, Mrs. L. A. Morgan ; 
Assistants, Miss M. V. Tingley, Miss B. Weed. 



3. Pov)eU Street School — See location of Gram- 
mar Department, No. 3. Principal, Miss D. 
Prescott ; Assistants, Miss G. T. Pearce, Mrs. F. 
E. Forrester. 

4. Union Street School. — Location, see Gram- 
mar Department No. 4. Principal, Miss A. S. 
Barnard ; Assistants, Miss Ellon Casey, Miss S. 
M. Hunt. 

5. Greenwich Street School. — Greenwich Street 
above Mason. Principal, Miss K. E. Downes. 

6. Stockton Street School — Stockton Street, 
between Pine and California streets. Principal, 
Miss E. F. Sandford ; Assistants, Miss L. A. 
Crocker, Miss C. S. Hunt. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

1. Rincon School — Location see Grammar and 
Intermediate Department No. 1. Principal, Miss 
C. Y. Benjamin; Assistants, Miss H. E. Moir, 
Miss C. S. King, Mrs. Parcels. 

2. Market Street School — Location, see Gram- 
mar Department No. 5. Principal, Mrs. H. M. 
Barker ; Assistant, Miss C. E. Clayton. 

3. Sutter Street School — Location, ^Sutter 
Street, between Stockton and Dupont. Prin- 
cipal, Miss A. E. J. Slavan ; Assistants, Mrs. E. 
Pollock, Miss J. Lott, Miss J. E. Hasty. 

4. Watiliington Street School — Located near 
Baptist Church on Washington near Stockton 
Street. Principal, Mrs. E. C. Burt ; Assistants, 
Miss H. Humphreys, Miss A. Vankeynegau. 

5. Union Street School— Locallon, see Gram- 
mar and Intermediate Department, No. 4. Prin- 
cipal, Mrs. L. J. Bowers ; Assistants, Miss C. 
Cornius, Miss E. Turner, Miss H. J*Iarks. 

6. Mission Street School — Location, see Mixed 
School No. 1. Principal, Mrs. J. H. Nevins; 
Assistants, Miss S. M. Reed, Miss H. H. Hcagan. 

7. Greenwich Street School — Location, see 
Intermediate Department No. 5. Principal, Mrs. 
R. D. Bird; Assistants, Miss S. Gousalves, Miss 
S. Loring. 

8. Hyde Street School — Location, see Mixed 
School No. 2. Principal, Miss J. Lawless; As- 
sistant, Miss H. McNeill. 

9. Spring Valley School — Location, sec Gram- 
mar School No. 6. Principal, Miss L. H. Mor- 
gan. 

10. Mission School. — Location, see Mixed 
School, No. 1. Principal, Miss E. A. Fernald. 

EVENING SCHOOLS, 

Situate in Denrnan School House, corner Stock- 
ton and Bush streets. Principal, Mr. J. E. Den- 
man; Assistant, Mr. G. W. Bunnel. 



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Evening Foreign Class. — Powell Street, in 
Grammar School No. 3. Principal, Mr. Thos. C. 
Leonard. 

THE TEACHERS. 

In our Public Schools, as a general rule, there 
have been such teachers as have given character 
to their schools and to the deparimeut, and dig- 
nity to their profession. 

THE CHILPREX. 

It has always been claimed by the friends of 
our Public Schools, that, in general intelligence, 
capacity and talent, tlie pupils found in them 
were nnequaled by those to be met elsewhere, in 
this or any other State. The recent examinations 
were auspicious occasions for the pupils of the 
Public Schools of this city. By the very large 
number of ladies and gentlemen who gave them- 
selves the pleasure of listening to and witnessing 
those interesting rehearsals, it was conceded that 
the pupils are not only all that has been claimed 
for them, but, without dissent, it was acknowl- 
edged that no better schools are to be found in 
the city, or in fact desired, than £ye our Public 
Schools as they are or as they may he conducted. 

We cannot do better in expressing our ideas 
of the children generally of the Public Schools as 
they have appeared to us in our recent visits, 
than to quote the following remark upon the sub- 
ject recently made by a careful observer and ex- 
perienced teacher. She sa3's: — "One peculiar 
feature to be marked in the children attending 
these schools is their healthful appearance. Their 
robust proportions, clear complexions, and excess 
of animal spirits, give full evidence that the 
bracing climate of San Francisco is highly favor- 
able to the growth and development of the phy- 
sical nature of children ; and, if properly trained, 
the mind, from very sympathy, must be suscepti- 
ble of large culture, giving fair promise for the 
future of California. Perhaps in no city in any 
part of the world are there children brought 
together with such diversity of habits, creeds, 
thoughts and feelings, but with the ready adapta- 
tion and quick assimilation of childhood these 
destructive traits gradually pass away ; they catch 
the impress of the prevailing tone, and when they 
enter upon the responsible duties of life, will 
prove themselves Americans in heart and Ameri- 
cans in action. All ranks in society send their 
children to these schools ; hence, if for no other 
reason, they should be exalted to the highest 
point of excellence, that the rich and poor may 
alike draw their intellectual sustenance from the 
same fountain. How important, then, that the 



teachers should be experienced, competent and 
responsible, that the instruction imparted be solid 
and practical, and that morality and refinement 
here find a place." 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

The Industrial School or House of Refuge for 
Juvenile Delinquents of the citj'' and county of 
San Francisco, instituted by act of the Legislature 
in April, 1858, is situate about seven miles south 
of the City Hall, and on the Ocean House Road. 
This department consists of a President, Vice- 
President, and fifteen Managers (six of whom 
are elected annually, to hold office for two years, 
and until their successors are elected and quali- 
fied, and three are appointed by the Super- 
visors out of their own board) ; Life Members, 
who have paid Si 00; Yearly Members, who 
have paid $10; Secretary, Treasurer, Superin- 
tendent, Deputy Superintendent, Teacher and 
Matron. 

The offspring of a noble benevolence on the 
part of the business men and citizens of San Fran- 
cisco, its purposes are declared solely to bo " the 
detention, management, reformation, education 
and maintenance of such children as shall be 
committed or surrendered thereto. " It may re- 
ceive vagrants living an idle or dissolute life, 
under the age of 18 years; or children under 
14, who on being tried before the Police Judge 
or Court of Sessions, shall have been found to 
have done an act, which if done by a person of 
full age would be a crime or misdemeanor. Boys 
and girls may, also, on application to and private 
examination before the Police Judge in cham- 
bers, become inmates of and receive all the bene- 
fits to be derived from this institution. All 
children received into it may be placed to such 
employments, and may receive such school in- 
struction as is suited to their capacity, and they 
may, with their own consent, be apprenticed to 
learn such trades and employments as will con- 
duce to their welfare. 

It is supported by mem.bership payments, pri- 
vate contributions and a subsistence fund of 
$1,000 per month from the city and county. Its 
Educational Department is sustained out of the 
School Fund of the city and county of San Fran- 
cisco. 

It was inaugurated 17th May, 1859, in presence 
of the Board of Managers of the institution ; Mr. 
Janes, the Superintendent of Public Schools; 
the Board of Supervisors ; Judge Coon, of the 
Police Court; Rev. Dr. Anderson; Reporters of 
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the most respectable citizens. At 12 M., Presi- 
dent Selby called the Board to order. Rev. Dr. 
Anderson opened the meeting with prayer. Hon. 
"\Vm. lilanding announced the due completion 
of the building set apart as an Industrial School. 

The President then read his report of the pro- 
ceedings of the department for the preceding 
year. Col. J. B. Crockett followed, in an eloquent 
inaugural address, setting forth the history and 
the objects of the institution. 

The inaugural ceremonies were closed with a 
benediction by the Rev. Dr. Anderson. A colla- 
tion followed, and terminated " the event of the 
day." 

The first set of oflBcers of the Industrial School 
Department were — President, Thos. H. Selby ; 
Vice-President, Eugene L. Sullivan ; Managers, 
for 1858 and 1860: Charles L. Taylor, Peter 
Donahue, Robt. B. "Woodward, John Archbald ; 
Managers, l&58-'59 : William Blanding, Fred. 

A. Woodworth, S. Pillsbury, James De Fremery, 
John F. O'Connor, James B. Roberts, E. H. 
"Washburn, who succeeded C.W. Bond, resigned ; 
added from the Board of Supervisors: Wm. A. 
Darling, Thomas Tennent, N. C. Lane ; Trea- 
surer, Wm. H. Tillinghast ; Secretary, James S. 
Thom,son. The above were elected June 7, 1858. 
The officers elected June 5, 1859, were — Presi- 
dent, Joseph B. Leonard ; Vice-President, James 
B.Roberts; Managers, for 1859-60: Jno. Arch- 
bald, Peter Donahue, Charles H. Raymond, M. 
D., Ira P. Rankin, Charles L. Taylor and Robert 

B. Woodward; for 18o9-'61: Wm. Blanding, 
Mark Brumagim, Oliver B. Jennings, Asa C. 
Nichols. Gustave Touchard, Frederick A. Wood- 
worth ; Treasurer, John P. Buckley ; Secretar^^, 
James S. Thomson ; Superintendent, Frederick 
Hennell ; Deputy Superintendent and Teacher, 
Geo. H. Peck ; added from the Board of Super- 
visors: Wm. A. Darling, Thomas Tennent and 
Nathaniel C. Lane. 

On 3d May, 1859, Capt. Frederick Hennell 
was elected Superintendent; and on the Hth of 
May, Geo. H. Peck, a Pioneer Public School 
teacher in California, was appointed Deputy 
Superintendent and Teacher. 

The institution is located on the House of 
Refuge Lot, which contains over 100 acres of 
farming land. 

We are indebted to the Alta newspaper for the 
following description of the premises : — 

"The edifice is a brick of two stories, besides 
the basement. It consists of a main building, 
and for the present has only one wing, and is 



about 150 feet in its whole length. In the loca- 
tion of the site and plan of tlie structure good 
judgment and taste has been displayed. The 
main buildihg has a fine, light and airy basement, 
which latter is divided into apartments for cook- 
ing, storage and other similar purposes. On the 
next floor are the room of the Board of Managers, 
ofiice, parlor, sitting-room, etc., of the Superin- 
tendent. The upper story is divided into apart- 
ments for various officers of the institution. Ad- 
joining the main building, and extending south- 
ward, is that portion of the structure devoted to 
confining, governing and schooling those sen- 
tenced to it. This section of the building is 
lighted on eirher side by long windows, extend- 
ing nearly the whole hight of the walls, strongly 
grated on the inside. Inside the outer walls, is 
a middle building, in which are the cells or dor- 
mitories, leaving a court-yard extending around 
the whole, and some 15 feet in width. There are 
48 cells (calculated for that number ofoccupants) 
distributed in three tiers or stories. The cells 
have been constructed with a view to safe keep- 
ing, but a due regard to the health and comfort 
of those who are to occupy them has been ob- 
served. They are well ventilated and lighted, 
and each one is supplied with a comfortable bed. 
They are eight feet high each, and have a floor 
surface of six by eight feet. The court on the 
east side is the school-room. At the extreme 
southern end is another building, two stories 
high, containing the hospital, bed rooms for at- 
taches, wash and bathing rooms, etc. ' The build- 
ing is admirably lighted and ventilated, and a 
plenty of water is distributed to every part of 
it." 

June 1st, 1859, 15 juveniles, consisting of one 
girl and nine boys, had been received into the 
establishment. Nearly the whole of these had 
voluntarily applied to Judge Coon in chambers. 
and were adjudged by that gentleman to be 
proper subjects to receive the benefits of this 
asylum. 

The Industrial School for Juvenile Delinquents 
is calculated to confer a large amount of benefit 
upon this community. If it shall have proper 
facilities to sustain, to encourage and to assist it 
in its pioneer steps, and due exertion and pru- 
dence are put forth in its management, it is ex- 
pected that it will prove an invaluable benefit 
to the Slate, and a blessing to multitudes of the 
erring and vicious children of the Common- 
wealth. 

Arr omnibus leaves the Plaza, corner of Clay 



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and Kearuy streets, for the House of Refuge 
daily, at 10 A. M. ; leaves the House of Refuge 
for City Hall daily, at 2 P. M. Fare 50 cents. 

SAINT IGXATIUS COLLEGE. 

Organized as a day school on the 15th October, 
1855, and chartered as an incorporated college 
on the 30th April, 1859, under the direction of 
the R. R. Fathers of the Society of Jesus. The 
average attendance during the current session, is 
65 pupils. Ancient and modern languages, with 
the higher classical studies, are taught as in other 
graduating institutions. There are at present, 
seven profes.sors. Rev. A. Maraschi, S. J., who 
is at the head of the establishment, is also gen- 
eral agent for Santa Clara College, Santa Clara, 
California. A large structure for the better ac- 
commodation of the pupils, is in contemplation. 
This is the first college ever chartered in the city 
of San Francisco. Location, Market Street near 
Stockton. 

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC. 

Medical Department. — Faculty : J. Morison, 
M. D., Professor of Pathology and of the Principles 
and Practice of Medicine ; Isaac Rowell, M. D., 
Professor of Chemistry ; R. Beverly Cole, M. D., 
Professor of Physiology and of Obstetrics and 
Diseases of "Women and Children; E. S. Cooper, 
M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Surgery; B. R. 
Carman, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica; 
Hon. Geo. Barstow, Professor of Medical Juris- 
prudence. 

This medical college is established upon a firm 
basis, and has already a larger class than similar 
institutions have generally had for the first session 
in the older States. The college has six profes- 
sorships, and lectures are being given with the 
greatest degree of regularity. 

San Francisco has several advantages over any 
other city in the United States for the permanent 
establishment of a flourishing Medical College. 
Its climate is equally adapted to dissections at all 
seasons of the year, giving the student an advan- 
tage in that respect which cannot be enjoyed at 
any other place on the globe. 

There is probably no city of the size of San Fran- 
cisco in whicli the same number of important sur- 
gical operations are constantly being performed, 
which is an important feature, and calculated to 
advance the interests of medical teaching here. 
The habits and avocations of our people are such 
that there is an immense preponderance of casual- 
ties, giving rise to the necessity for the perform- 
ance ot sur^'ical operations over other regions of 



the United States, with the same population. 
And the medical gentlemen constituting the 
faculty of this new Medical College appear re- 
solved to make the best use of all the advantages 
which nature and circumstances have offered in 
favor of medical teaching in this city. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

San Francisco is not only fortunate in the pos- 
session of her excellent Public Schools, and in 
the enjoyment of their blessings, but she has also 
many flourishing ^m-afe institutions of a deserv- 
edly high character. "We note the following which 
have come under our notice : 

SAN FRANCISCO COLLEGE. 

Commenced in March, 1854, as the Trinity 
High School, and was in June of this year organ- 
ized on its present basis, supplying the necessity 
of an institution where an University education 
can be obtained, contiguous to the city, free from 
any sectarian associations. The College, College 
Hall and College School are situated on Bushi 
between Mason and Taylor streets, on a planked 
road, easy of access from the city, on an eminence 
commanding an extensive view of the surround- 
ing country. The dwelling-house is commodious, 
affording ample accommodation for such students 
as board at the college, with suitable conveni- 
ences and comforts. A play-ground inclosing 
two fifty-vara lots, is attached to the college, 
with gymnasium for senior and junior pupils. 
The academical year consists of one session, com- 
mencing on the 1st of August, and lasting until 
the 30th of June. There is a recess of a fortnight 
at Christmas ; also, a week at Easter. The sum- 
mer vacation takes place in the month of July. 
The annual exaihination and exhibition take 
place every Christmas. There are never less than 
80 students in attendance. The course of studies 
in the several divisions includes the ordinary 
English branches, Latin, Greek, modern lan- 
guages, mathematics, drawing, painting, music, 
etc. There is a well-selected library, and the 
most complete set of philosophical apparatus in 
the State, and one of the globes is seven and a 
half feet in diameter. The whole is under the 
direction of the Rev. John Chittenden, of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, England, and of Uni- 
versity College, London ; A. S. Lowndes, of Ox- 
ford University, England ; with other professors 
from the continent for the foreign languages, and 
others for music, etc. .Terms of tuition, with 
board, are from $30 to $35 per month ; without 
board, from $7^ to $15 per month, payable, the 



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former three months, the latter one month in ad- 
vance. 

ST. Mary's hall. 

Under the care and management of Rev. Dr. 
Yer Mehr and lady. Situated corner o( Bush and 
Taylor streets. Few schools of this class sustain 
a higher character for the thorough and finished 
education given those attending, and the high 
moral influence imparted to all connected with 
the institution, than does the school in ques- 
tion. 

The course of study includes all those common 
English and advanced branches necessary to a 
complete system of education ; also, drawing, 
painting, music, etc. ; and for the practical acqui- 
sition of modern languages, this institute may be 
especially recommended. 

The institute is essentially a boarding-school, 
and offers a desirable home indeed for young 
ladies absent from the parental roo£ 

SAN FRAKCISCO FEMALE INSTITDTE. 

In charge of Mrs. M. B. Swedenstierna. This 
school was opened with the express design of 
establishing in San Francisco a permanent insti- 
tution, where advantages for a thorough and 
complete education should remove all necessity 
or desire, on the part of parents, for sending their 
daughters to any Eastern school. It has been 
in successful operation since the early part of 
1855. Under the experienced Principal, aided 
by the well qualified instructors in the several 
branches, a finished female education can be here 
obtained. 

HEBREW SCHOOL. 

At the Emanuel Synagogue, Broadway, be- 
tween Powell and Mason streets, a school is 
taught. One hundred pupils in attendance. Mr. 
Levy, Principal. There is also a school at the 
Synagogue of the Sherith Israel, Stocktou Street, 
near Broadway. Rev. H. A. Henry, Principal. 
About 30 pupils in attendance. 

Beside the schools, public and private, that we 
have enumerated, there are a number of others — 
male and female, Catholic and Protestant — of 
which we can furnish no particulars ; as their 
conductors have either failed to respond to our 
inquiries, or we have overlooked them. But the 
facts shown demonstrate conclusively, that while 
the facilities for obtaining a finished classical 
education in San Francisco are second to but few 
cities in the Union, the means aftbrdod for good 
common school instruction are superior to most. 



Beligioos and Benevolent Societies. 

The number of these a.ssociations has continued 
to increa-se during the 3'ear just passed. The lib- 
eral spirit manifested by our citizens towards 
i these important public institutions, evince a no- 
ble and proper appreciation of the efforts of the 
directors in relieving the destitute and the needy. 
The numerous list of associations of this charac- 
ter to be found in the Appendix, and the opera- 
tions of each therein detailed, are the best evi- 
dences of their efficiency and the fidelity of those 
benevolent citizens under whose superintendence 
they are placed. 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

The Sabbath Schools connected with the differ- 
ent churches are in a prosperous condition. We 
are indebted to the courtesy of J. F. Lamdin, 
Esq., the Secretary, for the following statement 
of the operations of the 

San Francisco Sabbath School Union. — The 
Union was re-organized May, 1857. 

The anniversary was held on the 12th June, 
1859, at the Calvary Church, when reports were 
read by the Secretary from the different schools, 
showing them to be in a very encouraging state 
A number of conversions had taken place during 
the year, and a religious feeling pervading the 
schools which gave promise of a still more encour- 
aging result from the labors of the ensuing year. 
But few deaths were reported to have occurred 
in all the schools the past year, which was a 
cause sufficient to call forth the liveliest emotions 
of gratitude to Him who is the Author of all good. 
The following schools compose the Union : 







Superintendents. 


Teache's 


Scholars 


CHURCHES. 





■1 




i 






>■ 


£1 


s 


b. 


First rresbvteriiiii 


John 1). Aithur. . 


14 


12 


«."> 


89 


First ('onjcrftfHtiomil. . . . 


Wiilard Leonard. 


.SI 


12 


118 


114 


PiiweM Street Methodist. . 


John liunis. Jr. . 


12 


12 


(iH 


64 


Fiilsom Street Metliodist. . 


W. H. t\)Jdingtou 


10 


10 


61 


74 


II'iwHr'l St. Presbyterian. 


1). W. Hawley... 


10 


12 


47 


60 


Fiist liHptist 


A. H. Forbes 


17 


6 


45 


.•54 


Onpont Street German... 


F. Schollenberger 


Ji 


"i 


•HO 


2S 


Olive Uriiutli Haptist.. . 


('.. S. (Jilbert. . . 


fi 


4! 


lit 


13 


Cliirkc Street Itetliel. . . . 


W. McK. liokee. 


8 


..I 


21 




.Mission Street fJerman... 


R. Scholett'cHer. . 


.S 


3 


8 


11 


.Seamen's Bethel Metho'st 


— Kenncrson. . . . 


9 


7! 


a: 


.19 


(*alvarv Presityterian. . 


H. 1". Coon 


12 


20i 


51 


90 


Mason Street Mis.<ion. . . . 


H. L. Leffingrwen. 


11 


7 


41 


.V. 


Broadway German 


A. Kellner 


7 


^t 


2U 


32 


Totals 




157 


115 


671 


684 









Officers l859-'60 — President, A. B. Forbes; 
Vice-Presidents, Dr. F. Knox, John Burns, Jr. 
and Henry J. Wells; Secretary and Treasurer, 
John McKee ; Directors, the Superintendents of 
the different Sunday Schools composing the 
Union. 



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Pilgrim Sunday School. — Couiiected with the 
First Unitarian Sucietj' ; Stockton between Claj* 
and Sacramento streets. Organized August 13, 
1S53. Services commences quarter before one 
o'clocli P. M. Officers — Superintendent, Samuel 
H. Lloyd : Assistant Superintendents, John G. 
Dawes, Julia A. Austin ; Treasurer, H. Kimball ; 
Librarian, "W. Ayer, M. D. ; Average attendance 
of Pupils, 120 males, 127 females; Teachers, 
43 : Total, 290 ; Number of volumes in Library, 
2,025. The school is under the government of the 
P. S. S. Teachers' association organized May, 
1854, which holds its meetings semi-monthly. 

Gh'ace Church Parish Sunday School. — Corner 
of Powell and Jackson. Officers — Superinten- 
dent, Stephen Smith ; Librarian, L. R. Town- 
send; Assistant Librarian, H. Mathews; 2d As- 
sitant Librarian, S. Smith, Jr. Number of Vol- 
umes, 800; Number of Pupils, 180; Teachers, 
23 : Total, 203. 

HOME FOR THE INEBRIATE. 

The Dashaway Temperance Association have 
determined to establish an asylum for inebriates, 
where they can be taken, cured of the habit and 
induced to join the association ; to carry out 
which they have elected the following officers: 
President. James E. Wainwright; Treasurer, M. 
R. Roberts; Secretary, "W. H. Jones; Managers, 
F. E. R.Whitney, J. E.Wainwright, W. H. Jones, 
J.B. Urmy, M. Hall, Jr., R.W. Heath, Capt. M. R. 
Roberts and James Donahue, the three latter are 
taken from the citizens at large not members of 
the association. Thej^ will select a location as 
soon as a suitable building can be obtained, when 
the commencement of a work will be witnessed 
that will no doubt terminate in the most ben- 
eficial results. 

IIASOKS AND ODD FELLOWS. 

The difl'erent associations connected with the 
Masonic Fraternity and the I. 0. of Odd Fellows, 
are represented to be in a very prosperous state. 
The Fraternity of P. and A. M. have dispensed, 
during the year 1857, up to the 1st of December, 
the sum of $3,000. The sum dispensed by indi- 
vidual Lodges during the same period, amounted 
to $1,500. The Board of Relief are at present 
contributing to the support of five widows and 
fourteen orphans of deceased members. 

In the dispensing of charities, each Lodge sup- 
ports its own infirm or indigent members, buries 
deceased members, and provides for the widows 
and orphans, and, in addition thereto, contributes 
to the general relief fund, to be dispensed by the 



Board of Relief, in aid of members of the Order 
who are strangers, and in the support of widows 
and orphans of members. 

The amount contributed by the individual 
Lodges to the Boards of Relief, is ten cents per 
month for each member, and $5 for each degree 
conferred. 

For list of the different associations and the 
officers of each, see Appendix, page 393. 

Associations, Literary, Protective, etc. 

For a description of the different associations, 
the reader is referred to the Appendix, page 386, 
in which will be found the officers and opera- 
tions of each during the past year. The pro- 
gress made by many of these associations, reflect 
credit upon the members thereof, and worthy of 
the liberality so generously exhibited in their 
support. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The Department at present consists of 910 
members — divided into 14 engine and three 
hook-and-ladder companies. For their accom- 
modation there are 17 houses; and for their use, 
14 fire-engines, 14 hose carriages and three hook 
and ladder trucks. There are in the city 61 cis- 
ciaterns, capable of holding 1,041,900 gallons of 
water — many of them substantially built of brick 
and cement. 

"We refer our readers to the Appendix, page 
373, for a complete description of the organiza- 
tion of this important branch of the public ser- 
vice, in which will be found a mass of information 
concerning the different companies, useful to its 
members, and interesting to every citizen. 

SAN FRANCISCO CITY WATER WORKS. 

This company, incorporated June 15th, 1857, 
was organized for the purpose of supplying the 
city of San Francisco with water. The supply is 
obtained from a stream which discharges itself 
into the outer bay, near Point Lobos. It is of 
the purest quality, being very soft and thoroughly 
filtered in its passage through the sand hills that 
are situated between the Mission Dolores and the 
ocean. The quantity discharged each 24 consecu- 
tive hours, from the seemingly diminutive source, 
is 2,500,000 gallons. This quantity, taking the 
Philadelphia rate of requirement as a standard 
— that is to say, 20 gallons to every individual 
per day, for all purposes incident to an entire 
community — will give a supply quite sufficient 
for 125,000 inhabitants; and ample for this city 
for years to come. From the mouth of this creek 
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in length, which follows along the shore until it 
reaches North Beach, with a grade of 30 inches 
to the mile, and afl'ording a velocity of one mile 
per hour. At North Beach a receiving reservoir 
has been erected, of the capacity of 2.000,000 of 
gallons, from which the supply of water is now 
obtained. The company purpose to erect, im- 
mediately, two large reservoirs on Russian Hill, 
one at au elevation of 125 feet above tide water, 
of a capacity to hold 6,000,000 gallons; and 
the other, of an elevation of 250 feet, to hold 
2,000,000 gallons. From these reservoirs, mains 
will be laid to conduct the water to every sec- 
tion of the city, from which lateral branches will 
take it for general distribution. Tiie companj- 
commenced laying pipes in September, 1858, 
since which time, 40,160 feet have been laid, 
which is being extended daily. Number of hy- 
drants, for fire purposes, erected, 45. Present 
cost of works, $300,000. Amount capital stock, 
$1,500,000. Term of charter, 20 years. Date 
of introduction of water, September 27, 1858. 

Eeview of Industrial Enterprises. 

The Business Directory, published in the pre- 
sent volume, will best exhibit the progress al- 
ready made in the different branches of mechan- 
ical industry in this city. "We propose in this 
review to make a brief reference to a few of the 
most important branches and to exhibit some 
very interesting statistics collected during the 
progress of our labors. 

FOUNDRIES, MACHINE SHOPS, ETC. 

There is no department of mechanical industry 
in tliis city in wliich more enterprise and energy 
is exhibited than in the manufacture of machi- 
nery and the working of metals generally. There 
is probably no city of the Union that will bear a 
comparison to San Francisco in this respect. The 
number of establishments is estimated at 200, 
affording employment to about 1,000 persons. 

mON FOUNDRIES. 

The number of iron foundries is seven. Aggre- 
gate number of persona employed, from 240 to 
450. 

Union Iron Works. — Mr. Peter Donahue, the 
proprietor, commenced operations in 1849. These 
works are the most extensive in the city, cover- 
ing an area of seven full sized water lots. The 
buildings are of the most substantial kind, all of 
brick; con.sisting of foundry, 50 by 60 feet; one 
machine shop is 40 by 80 feet, and four stories 
high ; one machine shop, blacksmiths' and boiler 



shop has just been completed, 40 by 160 feet. 
"Within these buildings are the best tools to be 
found in the Slate, consisting of Wentworth's 
massive drilling and slotting machines, compound 
planers, one of Z. CofBn's superior lathes, which 
swings eight feet, and with the pit lathe can turn 
a pnlly 22 feet diameter ; the length of the lathe 
is 30 feet. One of Nasmyth's steam hammers is 
situated in the center of the smith's shop. In 
addition to the tools enumerated above are lathes, 
planers, drills and a large riveting machine. 
The first castings made in this State was at this 
foundry. The contract for the boilers and engines 
of the new side wheel steamer Saginaw was 
awarded by the lion. Secretary of the Navy to 
Mr. Donahue, being the first contract for a 
government steamer on the Pacific coast. The 
work is now progressing rapidly toward comple- 
tion. Mr. Donahue gives employment to from 
90 to 150 men. 

Vulcan Iron Works Co. — Successors to George 
Gordon & Steen. The Vulcan Iron "Works were 
established in August, 1851, by Gordon & Steen, 
for the manufacture of steam engines and machi- 
nery. In January, 1855, they were converted 
into a joint stock incorporated company. Present 
proprietors, T. A. Monkhouse, S. Aitkin^ Paul 
Torquet and Charles R. Steiger, who had been 
with the concern from its commencement. These 
works have turned out about 200 engines and 400 
boilers, with the machinery of upwards of 300 
saw, flour and quartz mills, candle and starch 
fiictories, etc. All the hydraulic machinery for 
raising brick buildings in San Francisco, were in- 
vented and made at these works. The number 
of hands employed varies from 45 to 90. The 
business averages $770,000 per annum. 

Pacific Foundry. — Goddard & Co., proprietors. 
These works were established on their present 
location, September, 1850, by Egery & Hinkley. 
The improvements consisted of a one-story frame 
building, 50 by 50 feet, in which a general 
foundry and machine business was transacted. 
December, 1S53, the proprietors purchased the 
interest of the original owners — erected a three- 
story building, 30 by GO feel, and added greatly, 
by improvements in machinery, etc., to former 
facilities for meeting the increase of trade. The 
cupolas, two in number, have a capacity of melt- 
ing 12 tuns of metal per day. The woi^ks employ 
from 50 to 80 men, and the average annual busi- 
ness is $240,000. 

Fulton Foundry.— E.\ac\i\QY, Worth & Field, 
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Worth, Hyde & Field, Sept. 8, 1855, as a ma- 
chine shop; July 2, 1856, facilities were added 
for casting metals and changed to present style 
of Arm on the 6th of same month. The works 
at present keep about 30 hands employed in the 
different departments. 

Albion Foundi-y. —Spratl & Debrie, proprietors ; 
Pino between Sansome and Montgomery. These 
works are principally employed in the manufac- 
ture of steam engines, grist and quartz mill ma- 
chinery and castings for house fronts. Number 
of men employed, 10 to 25. 

Shaw's Foundry. — This is a small foundry con- 
nected with the Agricultural Implement Manu- 
factory of T. 0. Shaw & Co. Sacramento near 
Davis. Number of men employed, 6 to 10. 

Sutter Iron Works. — These works were estab- 
lished on the corner of Folsom and Beale streets 
January, 1850, by George K. Gluyas, in connec- 
tion with the International Navigation Company 
known as the Aspinwall Company. The build- 
ings were not fully completed until September, 
of the same year, when the works were in full 
operation and did a very large business. Prior 
to September, the work that was transacted by 
this establishment, was, to a great extent, per- 
formed in the open air. Number of hands em- 
ployed, 30. 

In addition to the foundries above enumerated, 
there are numerous smaller establishments en- 
gaged in the working of iron, affording employ- 
ment to a large number of persons. 

BOILER WORKS. 

The Boiler "Works of Messrs. Coffey & Risdon, 
are engaged in an extensive and increasing busi- 
ness, employing a large number of hands, involv- 
ing a heavy outlay for labor and materials, the 
the past year, of $90,000. The worthy proprie- 
tors are men of family, settled here as permanent 
Californians, and deserve, as they will certainly 
achieve, success. The number of men employed, 
about 40. 

MACHINE SHOPS. 

Empire and Keystone Iron Works. — D. Yan 
Pelt, proprietor; 90 and 92 Bush. These works 
are engaged in the manufacture of iron shutters, 
vaults, safes, etc. Mr. Van Pelt is owner of the 
right for this State and Oregon, for the patent, 
self-regulating wind-mill, invented by F. G. John- 
son, a valuable and important assistant for farm- 
ers, miners, etc. Number of men employed at 
these work, 15. 

San Francisco Steam Engine and Machine 
Works. — Devoe & Co. proprietors; south-west 



corner Market and Fremont. A large number 
of steam engines are annually manufactured at 
these works; also, light machinery of every des- 
cription. Number of men employed, from 10 to 20. 

Eureka Works. — "William McKibbin, proprie- 
tor; Pine between Sansome and Montgomery. 
This establishment manufactures iron stair.?, shut- 
ters, railings and house work of every descrip- 
tion. The celebrated Eureka Key and Clamp 
Bridge is also manufactured by Mr. McKibbin. 
Number of men employed, 10. 

Phoenix Works. — Kittredge & Fraser, proprie- 
tors; Battery near Pacific. These works annu- 
ally manufacture large quantities of fire-proof 
doors, shutters, gratings and house-work gene- 
rally. Number of men employed, from 15 to 20. 

Pracy's Machiiie Works. — Market near Second. 
Employed in the manufacture of steam engines, 
quartz and grist mill machinery, printing presses 
and machinery in general. Number of men em- 
ployed, from 10 to 20. 

There are numerous other establishments en- 
gaged in the working of metals, viz: blacksmith 
shops, 45 ; brass foundries, 5 ; carriage and wa- 
gon smiths, 25; tinsmiths, 48 ; coppensraiths, 12 
— exclusive of those employed in the precious 
metals. 

CALIFORXIA METALLURGICAL WORKS. 

The California Metallurgical "Works, cor Harris 
and Brannan, have been in successful operation 
during the last three years. They are both ex- 
tensive and admirably adapted for the assaying 
of different descriptions of ore, and especially for 
the extraction of gold from the tailings of quartz 
milLs. During the first 15 months that these 
works were in operation, but one furnace was 
used ; during the succeeding three months, two 
were employed. The aggregate amount of gold 
extracted from quartz tailings and ores, during 
this period, is $150,000. The whole of this sum 
may be considered clear gain, and as two-thirds, 
or $100,000, were paid to tlie owners of quartz 
leads, who have invested their money, as a gen- 
eral thing, in this State, the item becomes of con- 
siderable importance. About $50,000 have been 
taken from sweepings, polishings, cinders from 
assay offices, etc.; and of this amount two-thirds 
or $33,333, have been paid to the parties from 
whom the material was obtained. The entire 
cost of these works is $150,000, and they furnish 
employment to 16 persons. The agents are 
Messrs. "Wass, Uznay & Co. 

In addition to the Eureka Refinery and the 
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lisbments for the refining and assaying of gold, 
silver, etc. The offices of G. W. Bell, Henry 
Hentsch and Kellogg & Humbert, are very ex- 
tensive aud capable of trausactiug a large amount 
of business. 

REFINING OP GOLD AND SILVER. 
The Gold and Silver Refinery is located on 
Brannau near Harris. The refinery, a substantial 
brick structure, is one story in hight, and GO feet 
in width by 130 in length, together with the 
various implements in use, represent a perma- 
nently invested capital of about $60,000. Em- 
ployment is furnished to an average of from 25 
to 30 persons. Operations were commenced at 
the refinery on the 14th of March, 1858, and con- 
tinued until August 8th, when they wore tem- 
porarily suspended. Since that time the facilities 
have been greatly increased, and in August next 
the business will be resumed. The refinery has 
a capacity equal to the refining of 20,000 ounces 
of gold per day, or, at $17 per ounce, $340,000. 
The amount refined during the period it was in 
operation was equal to $15,000,000. E. Justh 
is the proprietor. A laudable feature of the 
management of this establishment is, that all 
gold deposited is returned in American coin, as 
the refined gold is coined at the Branch Mint at 
San Francisco. By the operations of this refinery, 
two considerable items were saved to the State, 
viz., the value of the sulphate of copper (import- 
ant for agricultural purposes) annually produced, 
and the consumption of sulphuric acid, which is 
manufactured from native sulphur at San Fran- 
cisco; the first amounting to $100,000, and the 
latter to over $35,000 annually. 

CHEMICALS. 

The San Francisco Chemical Works are located 
near Mission Dolores ; Farmer, Chase & Co. pro- 
prietors. These works have been successfully 
employed for the last three years in the manufac- 
ture of acids, The average number of persons 
employed is 14, and the amount of acids dis- 
posed of during the past year amounted to over 
$100,000. 

The Chemical Laboratory of J. Mosheimer & 
Co., Bryant Street, near South Park, is employed 
in the assaying of ores aud minerals of every 
description. 

CORDAGE AND OAKUM. 

The San Francisco Cordage and Oakum Fac- 
tory, located at the Potrero. This enterprise 
commenced in April, 1856, by Messrs. Flint, Pea- 
body & Co., and Messrs. Tubbs & Co., since 



which time the operations of the company have 
been successful. The buildings connected with 
the works are of the most extensive and per- 
manent character. The main structure, occupied 
as a rope-walk is 1,000 feet in length, and the 
spinning factory is 100 by 40 feet in length. The 
consumption of raw material is about 4,000 
pounds of hemp and 3,000 pounds of oakum per 
day, which is obtained from Manila, and arrange- 
ments have been completed for regular shipments 
thereof, until California shall be able to furnish 
the same from the products of her own soil. 
Office of these works, 139 Front. The enter- 
prising proprietors of this establishment are now 
engaged in the manufacture of cordage from 
California grown hemp. The specimens exhibited 
at the last Mechanics' Fair will favorably com- 
pare with the imported article. They have also 
made arrangements for the importation of seed, 
for the production in this State of a sufficient 
quantity of the raw material to supply the de- 
mands for home consumption. 

THE REFINING OF SUGAR. 

The San Francisco Sugar Refinery is owned by 
a company of San Francisco and New York mer- 
chants organized by the Legislature of the State. 
The works of the company are located at San 
Francisco, corner Price and Harrison ; they are 
of the most extensive character, and of a capacity 
sufficient to supply the entire consumption of 
sugar in this State. The main building is 75 feet 
in width by 122 in length, and five stories high. 
Several small buildings are attached, for the 
prosecution of the diflerent branches connected 
with the refinery. The entire premises cover an 
area of 412 by 275 feet. The raw material con- 
sumed at these works is obtained from Manila, 
Batavia and other islands in the Pacific, and a 
line of clipper barks is now employed in main- 
taining a regular supply, to meet the require- 
ments of the company. It is estimated that 400 
tuns of sugar and 20,000 gallons of syrup per 
month can be manufactured at these works. The 
number of hands employed is 150. Cost of 
buildings aud grounds, $100,000. 

The California Sugar Refinery, located Battery 
near Broadway, erected at an expense of $60,000 
are extensive and admirably adapted to the pur- 
poses to which they are appropriated. Capacity, 
per month, 500,000 pounds. 

WOOLEN GOODS. 

The extensive growth of wool in this State, 
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manufactured therefrom, have engaged the atten- 
tion of an association of capitalists, who have 
made the necessary arrangements for the early 
construction of a manufactory for the production 
of blankets and other woolen goods, to be of a 
capacity sufficient to supply the demand for home 
consumption and our export trade. This move- 
ment is but one of the many evidences to bo seen 
in almost every section of the State, of the rapid 
advancement of our manufacturing interests ; and 
it is to be desired that the projectors thereof will 
meet with a success commensurate with the im- 
portance of the enterprise in which they are 
engaged. 

FURNITURE. 

One of the most important branches of Califor- 
nia industry is the manufacture of furniture. 
Heretofore, large amounts of money have been 
monthly remitted East and to Europe, for the pay- 
ment of the heavy importations of furniture that 
were required to meet the demand occasioned by 
the influx of a large population and the rapid 
growth of the State. By the exertions of our 
enterprising mechanics, a large portion of this 
trade will henceforth be secured to this State. 
The pioneers and the most prominent of those 
engaged in effecting this result, is the house of J. 
Gr. Clark & Co., 128 Washington Street, to whom 
great credit is also due for the rapid development 
of this branch of our home productions. The 
manufactory of these gentlemen is of the most 
extensive character, comprising all the various 
departments necessar}' to transform the roughest 
material into the most elegant and finished arti- 
cles of domestic utility. A large proportion of 
the flnest furniture sold by this extensive firm is 
manufactured at their establishment, and as spe- 
. cimens of workmanship, they will favorably com- 
pare with the most costly manufactured at the 
east. There are several specimens of wood grown 
in this State and ou this coast, that are suitable 
for manufacturing purposes, and considerable 
quantities thereof, are annually consumed in the 
operations of this establishment. The number 
of men employed is 30. 

The extensive establishment of J. Peirce, 115 
and 117 California Street, is also well supplied 
with an extensive assortment of furniture of their 
own manufacture and of eastern importation. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

The extensive establishment of T. Ogg Shaw 
& Co. on Sacramento near Davis, for the manu- 
facture of a variety of agricultural implements, 
including several of California invention, has 



been for some months in successful operation. 
There is probably no State in the Union in which 
a greater demand for labor-saving machinery ex- 
ists than in this, and the enterprising proprietors 
have therefore, an extensive field for their exer- 
tions. The number of men employed is 25. 

CAMPHENE AND OIL. 

There are seven establishments engaged in the 
manufacture of camphene and the refining of oil, 
the aggregate capacity of which is estimated at 
over 50,000 gallons per month. The works of 
A. C. Dietz & Co., located on Natoma Street, is 
one of the largest and most complete ; its capac- 
ity is 800 gallons per day. Over 75,000 gallons 
of camphene were manufactured at this estab- 
lishment during the year 1858. 

FLOUR MILLS. 

The number of flour mills is ten ; the aggre- 
gate capacity of which, is nearly 1,000 barrels 
of flour per day. The most extensive of these 
mills are the Eureka, located at North Beach, at 
present closed, and the New Genessee Mills, 
owned by Kennedy & Hopkins. 

BICE MILLS. 

The number of mills engaged in the cleansing 
of rice, coffee, etc., is two. The Oriental Mills, 
owned by Henry Baker & Co., located on Fre- 
mont Street, have a capacity of cleaning and 
polishing from 50,000 to 100,000 pounds per day. 

SAW MILLS. 

There are four Steam Saw Mills at present in 
operation in this city, with an aggregate of 18 
saws and a capacity of 8,000,000 feet of lumber 
per annum, and employing 45 men. Attached 
to these mills, are manufactories for the produc- 
tion of sashes, doors, packing boxes, etc. ; and 
one of these mills (Chace's) has connected with 
it, machinery for making barrels, with a capacity 
for 250 per day. 

BREWERIES. 

The number of Breweries in the city is 18; 
aggregate capacity, over 100,000 gallons per an- 
num, and employing about 100 persons. The 
new establishment of Holscher, Wieland & Co., 
the Philadelphia Brewery, situated on Second 
near Folsom, is the most extensive establishment 
of the kind on the Pacific coast, and the enter- 
prise displayed by the proprietors, in its comple- 
tion, is worthy of attention. 

PACIFIC MATCH MANUFACTORY. 

These works, recently erected by a company 
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of Braiuian and Johnston streets. The machin- 
ery cniploj-ed is of the noost improved construc- 
tion, and is believed to be of sufficient capacity 
to supply the entire consumption of matches in 
this State. The capacity of the works are about 
100 gross of matches per day, whicli can be in- 
creased whenever the demand requires it. This 
establishment is at present closed. 

BILLIARD TABLEa 

There are eight establishments in this city en- 
gaged in the )piauufactory of billiard tables, af- 
fording constant employment to from 40 to 80 
persons. The manufactories of Hughes & O'Con- 
nor, 182 Montgomery, and J. Strahle & Co. 123 
Sacramento, are the most extensive. The first 
named firm are the agents for this coast for M. 
Phelan's improved tables and bis patent combi- 
nation cushion. 

MACARONI AND VERMICELLI. 

There are two establishments engaged in this 
city in the manufacture of these valuable arti- 
cles of food, large quantites of which are annu- 
ally shipped to the different ports of the Pacific. 
The house of Meuli, Schulthess & Co. 174 Mis- 
sion constantly employ several persons in their 
extensive business. 

Interesting Statistics. 

The following interesting statistics have been 
compiled from the " Business Directory" of the 
present volume: — Number of attorneys in San 
Francisco, 271; physicians, 169; commission- 
merchant.?, 320 ; hotels, boarding and lodging- 
houses, 286; cigar dealers, 130; carpenter shops, 
75 ; dry goods establishments, 117 ; fruit dealers, 
72; grocers, 328; hair-dressing saloons, 60; 
bakeries, 63; breweries, 18; butchers and mar- 
kets, 125; furniture and bedding, 70; clothing, 
including tailors and drapers, 256 ; restaurants, 
66 ; watchmakers and jewelers, 50 ; wood and 
coal yards, 65 ; upholsterers and paper-haugers, 
30 ; bathing- houses, 14 : brokers, 150 ; cooper 
shops, 33 ; hardware-dealers, 32 ; lumber-dealers, 
32; millinery stores, 43; painters, 50; dress- 
making establishments, 56 ; stoves and tinware 
dealers, 51; agricultural stores, 14; apothecaries 
and druggists, 21 ; assay establishments, 8; auc- 
tioneers, 20 ; bankers, 16; billiard table makers, 
9 ; cabinet-makers, 21 ; camphene distilleries, 7 ; 
confectioners, 16; daguerreian galleries, 14; 
dyeing establishments, 4 ; gunsmiths, 14 ; har- 
ness and saddlery, 19; hatters, 16; printing- 
offices, 13; produce-dealers, 70. The Business 



Directory will furnish reliable information of the 
different trades and professions not included here, 
to which the attention of the reader is invited. 

LIQUOR DEALERS. 

It is estimated that there are nearlj- 800 estab- 
lishments in San Francisco at which liquors are 
sold, viz. : wholesale, 90 ; retail, (saloons) 399 ; 
hotels, 25 ; groceries where liquors are sold, 200 ; 
billiard saloons, 14. These figures do not include 
commission-merchants and brokers, who deal 
more or less in the article. 

SHIP BUILDING. 

This branch of mechanical industry, although 
in its infancy in this State, is gradually assuming 
an important feature in the business of this city. 
There are at present several extensive firms 
profitably engaged, employing a large number of 
persons. During the past season, several steamers 
and sailing ships were constructed, and at the 
present time there are three steamers and several 
sailing vessels on the stocks intended for the bay 
and river trade. 

THE PRESS. 

There are 36 different newspaper and periodi- 
cal publications issued from this city, of which 
15 are daily, 16 weekly, 3 monthly, 1 quarterly 
and 1 annually. Of the dailies 6 issue weeklies 
and 3 steamer editions, in addition to their 
regular issues, making an aggregate of 44 differ- 
ent papers. Published in foreign languages, 9, 
viz., French, 5 ; German, 2 ; Spanish, 1 ; and 
Italian 1. Of the weeklies 5 are devoted to reli- 
gion and 1 to agriculture. Of the monthlies, 2 
are devoted to literature and I to agriculture. 
Since the list of newspapers on p. 396 was com- 
piled, a new French paper, Lc Mineur, under the 
editorial management of D. Frick, has made its 
appearance, and the Vox F&puU has been dis- 
continued. 

HAZARD POWDER MAGAZINE. 

The Hazard Gunpowder Company, through 
their agent, Mr. E. H. Parker, of this city, have 
completed a magazine situated on the bay, mid- 
way between Rincon and Hunter's points. The 
building is of the most substantial character, is 
50 feet long by 30 feet wide, and two stories in 
hight. The capacity of the magazine is about 
750,000 pounds, or nearly 400 tuns. Besides the 
qualities of powder used by government, and by 
ships and sportsmen, a vast amount is used in 
California for blasting operations, and it is there- 
fore an article of great importance to the country. 
Its dangerous character, however, makes it a 



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very unfit article to be kept in the city in any 
great quantity. 

OUR WIXE VAULTS. 

The sales of native wine in tliis State are in- 
creasing very rapidly. The firms of Sainsevaine 
& Brother, and Kohler and Co., of this city, are 
extensively engaged in the trade. The wine 
cellars of Kohler and Co. under the Montgomery 
Block, contain over 70,000 gallons, and the new 
vault of Sainsevain & Brother, is of a capacity to 
contain over 600 pipes. 

The vault of Messrs. Sainsevain, is located on 
Mission Street near Third. It is 160 feet in 
length by 50 feet in width. There is now stored 
therein, over 100,000 bottles of "Sparkling Cali- 
fornia " and 400 pipes of assorted wines. When 
fully completed there will be connected with the 
vault, several large vats of a capacity of 1,500 
gallons each and a steam saw mill for the manu- 
facture of boxes for packing the wine. 

SEWING MACHINES. 

There are several depots in the city for the sale 
of the different styles of Sewing Machines. The 
new pattern of Wheeler & Wilson's, is warmly 
recommended by numerous families, in this city, 
who have tested its working qualities. Mrs. E. 
Cakes Smith, in referring to the advantage of this 
pattern says : 

"I have never had a needle broken in its use, 
nor has it in the least become disordered — not- 
withstanding that I have allowed several persons 
to learn upon it, and all kinds of houseWold work 
have been executed thereon ; indeed, fine mus- 
lins and heavy broadcloths have tested not only 
its delicac}- but its strength, also. 

Second — the work does not rip, and every 
housekeeper can appreciate that quality. The 
work is what is called stitching, ai.d I find it 
much more elegant than a common hem for all 
needle purposes. It gives a handsome finish to 
the tucks and hems of skirts, while, in shirt-mak- 
ing, no work done by the hand can compare with 
that executed upon the sewing machine. No 
woman's eyes or fingers can execute work with 
an equal precision and finish. 

Third — it is a vast saving, not only of nerves 
and patience, but of time also. The machine is 
equal to the labor of nine or ten persons. One 
individual can sit profitably at the machine and 
do that proportion of the work." 

H. C. Hayden corner of Montgomery and Sac- 
ramento, is the agent for the State. 

The machines of Grover & Baker, have also 
obtained a wide reputation for their admirable 
working qualities. " The simphcity of their con- 
struction, the facility of their use, and strength 
of their work, are strong recommendations. They 



are coming into very general use, and are greatly 
approved by the ladies. It is a most admirable 
invention, and reflects great credit upon the inge- 
nious men who have made the machine so per- 
fect in all its parts." R. G. Brown, 113 Mont- 
gomery, is the agent for these machines. 

MARKET STREET RAILROAD. 

Operations on this important work have re- 
cently been conducted with considerable vigor, 
and from present appearances it will not be many 
months before the line will be entirely completed. 
" This work is of vast importance to the future 
growth and prosperity of San Francisco, and is 
advancing with a degree of celerity that gives 
promise of travel by cars being established be- 
tween the city and the Mission Dolores long 
before the year 1859 expires. Those of our 
citizens who have not recently passed over the 
tract of land lying between Market Street and 
the Mission, or rather the line of Market Street, 
according to the official grade, can have little 
conception of the extent of the work already 
performed, or the change which in a few weeks 
will manifest itself in that part of the city. It is 
generally known that Capt. Thomas Hayes enjoys 
a grant from the Legislature to construct a line 
of railroad on Market Street, and that gentleman, 
we are glad to state, is now energetically en- 
gaged in pushing the work forward towards com- 
pletion. Considered as a means of augmenting 
the size of the city, the Market Street Railroad is 
of the first moment. On every side lie building 
lots suitable for the residences of the merchant, 
mechanic, and those of the humblest vocations. 
Heretofore the lack of means of ready and rapid 
access to the locality has been a barrier which 
pi^vented houses being erected, and the tract 
becoming what it is well calculated to be — the 
favorite and most desirable quarter of the city 
for the habitations of our citizens. This obstacle 
is now quickly disappearing, and the next two or 
three years are certain to bring about a change 
in the valley of a very important character. In 
New York and elsewhere, the operations of rail- 
roads through the heart of cities to their environs, 
have done more than anything else to increase 
their prosperity and stimulate the erection of 
dwellings. Real estate has been made more 
valuable, and the comfort and health of the in- 
habitants advanced in a remarkable manner. 
These results, so widely known and appreciated 
in the Atlantic States, are certain to follow in 
this city, from the construction of the Market 
Street Railroad." 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOYALS, CHANGES, 

ETC. RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



ACKERMAX Brothers (ffartand S. S.) dry-goods, 
NE cor Kearny and Bush and 5 Virginia 
Block 

Acliley George W. {Stetson & A.) dwl 109 Sac- 
ramento 

Ahpel Henry, {Eppinger & Co.) bds American 
Exchange 

Ainsa J. M. cleric naval office C. H. dwl Lom- 
bard bet Stockton and Dupont 

Aitcliinsoij George, physician, N s "Washington 
nr Stockton 

Akers John C. foreman S. F. "Water "Works, bds 
What Cheer House 

Albright A. J. Mrs. proprietress Sansome Street 
House NE cor Sansome and California 

Aldrich E. S. pliysican, 19 Musical Hall Bdg 

Alexander (Julius) & Levy {Louis) paper box 
manufacturers, 82 Sacramento 

ALSTROM S. proprietor Oriental Hotel, cor Bat- 
tery and Bush (see advertisement, p. 448) 

Altshul Louis August, manuf syrups, wines, etc. 
SW cor Duponi and PaciHc 

Amory Charles G. sail-maker, NE cor Davis and 
Clark, dwl E s Lafayette Place 

Arnold E. F. agent Napa Soda, 125 Front 

AYERS (James J.) & Co. {Chas. P. Jobson, P. 
B. Forster and George E. Barnes) proprie- 
tors and publishers Morning Call, SE corner 
Montgomery and Clay, dwl 325 Green 

Aylward Thos. sail-maker, cor Davis and Clark, 
bds Hillman's Temperance House 

Bachmax Hermann, 68 Sacramento, bds Custom 

House Block 
Baldwin Charles H. ( C. Adolphe, Low & Co. ) 

124 California 
Bamber (John) &. Co. {Jules Longrois) Contra 

Costa Ex. W s Davis nr Yallejo, dwl 61 Bdy 
Banks {J. A.) & Sheldon {Hiram A.) carpenters, 

87 Jackson, dwl Tremont House 
Barclay George R. dwl 48 Natoma 
Bartlett L. Jr. (Bonney & B.) H3 Montgomery 
Basch ( Israel) & Cohn ( Washington) cigar-makers, 

NW cor California and Battery 
Bater Michael, proprietor Eagle Bakery, NW cor 

Jessie and Annie 
Baxter Benjamin D. 72 Merchant 
Beck A. G. writing academy, 31 Bush 
Beckh G. "W. attorney at law, 30 Naglee's Bdg 
Beecher Theo. C. messenger, Bamber & Co.'s 

Express, Davis nr Vallejo 
Behrens Henry C. F. physician, 151 Clay 
Bellier Eugene, {Moisan & B.) 263 Dupont 
Bennett M. boots and shoes, 328 Dupont 



Bennet {R. W.) & Libbey {J. G.) syrups, wines, 
etc. cor Pacific and Batterv, dwl 93 Bush 

BENSLEY JOHN, president S. F. City Water 
"Works, office NE cor Montgomery and Jack- 
son, dwl Mission nr Third 

Benson John, notary public, 96 Merchant 

6enzen Adolph, copyist, 101 Merchant 

Berry R. N. dwl E s Powell nr "Washington 

Biden Charles S. supervisor, 1st District, office 2 
Naglee's Building 

Bioren C. W. ship and custom-house broker, U. 
S. Court Building 

Blanchard I. B. contractor, 263 Sacramento 

Blanci Louis, groceries, N"W cor Montgomery 
and Jackson 

Blumenthal Marx, {Ltistk B.) dwl 75 Mont 

Bogel Charles, groceries, SE cor "U^ashington 
and Dupont 

Bomeisler Herman, dwl 49 Bush 

Bon Charles, asphaltum, SW corner Third and 
Stevenson 

Bonney (0.) & Bartlett {L. Jr.) asphaltum, 88 
Montgomery, dwl Howard nr Second 

Bornheimer Francis, saloon, Third bet Howard 
and Folsom 

Bosqui Edward, real estate agent, 93 Merchant 

BOURN?; GEORGE M. water-cure physician 
and electro-chemical bath.s, SE cor Commer- 
cial and Sansome (see advertisement, p. xxi) 

Bourne E. W. book-keeper, Macondray & Co. 
dwl Bush bet Stockton and Powell 

Bowers Charles, compositor Geroian Journal, dwl 
N s Geary nr Dupont 

Bowers H. M. butter, cheese, etc. 12 Clay Street 
Market 

Boyd T. C. engraver, 149 Clay 

Brackett {J. George) & Keating {John P.) Boston 
Boot and Shoe Store, S s Second nr Market 

Brackett ( William L.) & Keyes ( Orson H.) Stew- 
art St. Market, "W s Stewart nr Mission, dwl 
NE cor Post and Kearny 

Brauer Aloys, {Fred.k Hess & Co.) dwl "W 8 Ma- 
son bet Broadway and Yallejo 

Broderick D. C. U. S. Senator, dwl Naglee's 
Building, 2d floor 

Brodie S. R. hair-dresser. Oriental Hotel 

BROOKS, {Janies) DAGGETT {Rollin M.) & 
FOARD (J. McDonough) editors and pro- 
prietors Golden Era, 151 Clay, dwl 241 
Kearny (see advertisement, p. xix) 

Brown A. F. importer beads, fancy goods, etc. 
96i Battery, bds Rail Road House 

Brown Chester, stair-builder. Market op Battery, 
dwl SE cor Bush and Sansome 



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Brown Nicholas, stucco- worker. 10 Montfromery, 

dwl Greenwich bet NLason and Taylor 
Brown \V. 11. bakery. 5 Kearny 
Brumagim Mark (JJT. B. & Co.) dwl E 3 Mason 

near Pacific 
Bryant A. H attorney at law. 125 California 
Bucknara Ezra T. ship-chandler, Stewart near 

Market 
Burkmar L. E. clairvoyant physician, 113 Dupont 
Burrows (Edward M.) &, Pierce, {Parker H.) 

liquors, 95 Merchant, dwl Dupont nr Bush 
Butler A. J. 5 Naglee's Building 
Butman Frederick, landscape-painter, 113 Mont 

Callax Thomas, liquors, Leidesdorff bet Sac and 
Commercial, dwl X a Ellis bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Cameron James, 105 Front 

Cameron Joseph, teamster, dwl "W s Beale bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Camp Herman, speculator, "W side Powell near 
Jackson 

Carr( William,) &McCluskey (J/i) Lyceum Saloon, 
XW cor Montgomery and Washington 

Cazneau William L. Capt. shipmaster, 17 Tehama 

Cherry {John IF.) & Lang {Chas. £■.) sign and 
ornamental painters, 169 Montgomery, dwl 
Pacific ur ToUgate 

Christy S. P. cashier naval department, C. H. 

Clark Reuben, architect, Masonic Hall 

Cleveland G. W. {Horan & C.) dwl N s Post 
bet Kearny and Dupont 

Clifibrd Geo. merchant, dwl 225 California 

Cochran John, {SiLch & Co.) cor Front and Sac 

Cohn (ffmry) & Co. {R Woodkaf &, F. W. Rein- 
hart) clothing and hats, 7 C. H. Block 

Collins {William) & Terwilliger {Edward) car- 
penters, 118 Pine 

Colvin James, plumber, S. F. W. Works. 

Conlin J. F. liquors. Oriental Hotel 

Conlin {Thomas F.) & Smith {Charles) bailors, 77 
Jackson 

Converse D. commission-merchant, dwl SW cor 
Dupont and Pacific 

Cook C. W. dwl Black Point 

Cook {John H.) & Lloyd {G. A.) game, poultry, 
etc. 5 and 6 Washington Market 

Corbett John C. supervisor Eleventh District, 
ofiSce 2 Xaglee's Building, dwl Folsom op 
Ellen 

Corey Owen, shoe-maker, N s Jessie, bet Second 
and Third 

Cornell Herbert S. salesman with I. Blum, dwl 
103 Montgomery 

Covert {Hiram C.) Moores {Wm. B. Jr.) & Co. 
{John H. Purkitt) agents Childs' Patent Roof- 
ing, E s Montgomery nr Market 

Crandall Dwight, deputy naval officer, C. II. dwl 
Filbert bet Stockton and Powell 

CRAXE CHARLES A. advertising agent, 172 
Montgomery, bds American Exchange 

Crary Oliver B. {Hartshorne & C.) dwl Powell 
bet Jackson and Pacific 

Cummin gs J. E. Mrs. proprietress Queen City 
Hall, bet Pacific and Broadway 

Cunningworth J. B. druggist. Pacific nr Battery 

Dager Joseph W. cor Jones and Pacific 

Debrie William, {Spratt& D.) dwl 12 Minnie 



Derby J. C. real estate agent, dwl 122 Powell 
Devine Michael H. intelligence-office, cor Kearny 

and California 
Dewar {John) & Gehricke {0. F.) .shipping and 

commission merchants, cor Commercial and 

East, dwl 64 Montgomery 
Dickey George, S. Jr. {Hodge & JD.) dwl 128 

Kearny 
DICKSON, DE WOLF & CO. {George Camp- 
bell and Cliarles F. Lott) commission mer- 
chants, 108 Battery 
Dierck F. A. melter with E. Justh, 104 Mont- 

goraerj', dwl cor Mason and Lombard 
DODS W. BOVEE, psychological physician, 113 

Dupont 
Donlen James T. {Keirnan & D.) corner Mont 

and Summer 
Donnolly Thomas, yeast powder, SE cor Yallejo 

and Taylor 
Dossmann Henry & Co. {Edicard Roepke) wood 

and willow ware, 96 Cahfornia, res Xew 

York 
Dow James G. {Dow & Co.) dwl Tehama near 

Second 
Dow(TF77i. H.) k, Co. {James G. Doic) auction 

and commission merchants, 41 California, 

dwl Bryant op French Hospital 
Drake [Josiah) & Co. ( C. J. Edward?) wines and 

liquors, 146 Sansome 
Dudley G. R. Second Entry Clerk, Naval Office 

C. H. dwl 182 California 
Dunlevy James, apothecary with Dr. J. C. Young 
Du Pratt J. J. commercial editor San Francisco 

News, 128 Sansome 
Dupouey Julius, professor, S. F. College, N s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Dunn {John) & McDonald (John) blacksmiths. 

Pacific bet Davis and Drumm 

Edwards C. J. {Drake & Co. ) bds Franklin House 
Emanuels Lewis, boots and shoes, 83 Battery, 

dwl Sansome Street House 
Eppinger {Isaac) & Co. (Henry AhpeT) Virginia 

Tobacco Agency, SW cor Clay and Front, 

bds American Exchange 
Ettinger {Morris) & Remack (Julius) ladies' 

dress trimmings, rear 228 Washington 

Faenum, ( Walter H.) Merrill (/. JI.) & Co. pro- 
duce commission merchants, 52 Clay; dwl 
Prospect Place nr Sacramento 

Farrar Edward, physician, Brenham Place, near 
Clay 

Fenn F. C. M. engraver, California nr Mont 

Finch William G. {H. A. George & Co.) dwl 128 
Bush 

Fitch George K ( C. 0. Gerherding & Co.) dwl 
E s Montgomery nr Green 

Flynn R. L. & Co. commission flour and grain, 88 
Front 

FRESE {E.) & CO. (George Sunder) importers of 
and dealers in drugs, etc. 51 Commercial op 
Rail Road House (see advertisement, p. 438) 

Frick D. editor Le Mineur. 187 Washinscton 

FRIEDEL (Henry) & YOLLUM {George W.) 
bookbinders and paper rulers, 63 Merchant 
(see advertisement, p. 433) 

Frisbie William, teacher, S s Sutter nr Kearny 



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Frost Henrv, musician, dwl 376 Powell 
Fuller J. ^V. {Wulcotlk F.) dwl Berry bet Bush 
and Sutter 

Gallagher Edward, International Hotel Bar, 

Jackson nr Kearny 
Gall (Theodore) & Schroder (Frederick) Pacific 
Saloon, SE cor Pine and Kearny, dwl 161 
Sacramento 
GASSNER D. D. commission merchant and ag't 
Wood, Eddv & Co. NE cor Mout and Cali- 
fornia 
Gassner Wm. H. with D. D. Gassner 
Gehricke 0. F. (Dewar & G.) dwl N s Yallejo 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Gelius R. G. liquors, 220 Washington 
George Henry A. A. Co. ( WiUiam G. Finch) 
livery stable N W cor Kearny and Bush, dwl 
Hardie Place 
George Peter, proprietor Sansome House, San- 
some bet Bush and Market 
GERBERDING C. 0. & CO. (Jmnes W. Simon- 
tun and Geo. K. /^io/t) editors and proprietors 
Eveninir Bullelin, SE cor Mont and Merch 
GIBBONS RODMOND, agent Dupont's gun- 
powder, 68 Battery, res Oakland (see adver- 
tisement, p. 432) 
Gladwin W. H. commission merchant, 86 Front 
Golder Louis, oyster saloon, cor Claj' and Mont, 

dwl SE cor Second and Howard 
Goldman Isaac, boots and shoes, 119 Kearny 
Gori Octaviano, agent for L. R. Myers, 157 Sac- 
ramento 
Graham William, seal engraver and die sinker, 

151 Clay, res cor Taylor and Clay 
Granice Rowena, Gaities, 77 and 79 Commercial 
Grattan, W. H. hardware, 126 California 
Greenberg (Morris) & Smith (G. E.) Eagle Brass 
Foundry. 45 Battery, dwl S s Harrison, bet 
Second and Third 
Gruber Frederick, naturalist, 113 Pine 
Gryraes J. Edgar, clerk, 186 Sacramento 

Hagar George, ofiQce NW cor Cal and Battery 
Haley James, liquors, cor Hinckley and Kearny 
Hall (T. J.) and Yates ( 17. H.) produce commis- 
sion merchants. Merchant nr East 
Hallidie A. S. & Co. wire rope manufacturers, 

159 Battery 
Hamburger Brothers (Bernard and David) fancy 

dry goods, 90 California, dwl 9 Minnie 
Hamburger David (Hamburger Bros.) dwl 90 Cal 
Hand Charles V. Treasurer Maguire's Opera 

House, dwl 144 Washington 
Harmon John B. attornej- at law, 6 Mont Block 
HARTSHORNE {B. M.) k CRA.1XY (Oliver B.) 

coal-merchants, cor Broadway and Front, 

dwl N s Broadway, bet Mont and Sansome 

(see advertisement, p. 430) 
Haseltine Wm. ship stores, etc. 67 Washington 
Hassbach Otto, notary public, U. S. Court Bdg, 

Battery, near Oregon 
Hawes Madison, dwl S s Bush bet Montgomery 

and Kearny 
Hayden James S. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Hayden J. Leonora (widow) dwl 49 Bush 
Headman Edward, clerk, 110 Battery, dwl 87 

Montgomery 



Heinzberger Joseph, porter with Eppinger & Co. 
dwl Union Alley, bet Powell and Mason 

Heitzeberg Paul (.1. H. liapp & Co.) dwl N s 
Union nr Kearny 

Henriksen B. A. flour and hominy, Stevenson nr 
First 

Herrick William F. wood engraver, and secretary 
Savings' and Loan Society, 17 li Washing- 
ton, dwl Riley above Taylor 

Herringhi B. importer watches and jewelry, 135 
Mont, dwl N s Minnie bet Third and Fourth 

Herzeberg J. & Co. brokers, 135 Montgomery, 
dwl Greenwich bet Mason and Taylor 

Hildebrandt Nicholas & Co. (Hunry Knop) groce- 
ries and liquors, SW cor Kearny and Cal 

Hilton Nathaniel G. shipwright, dwl SW corner 
Mission and Second 

Hobart Joseph (Hobart & Bro.) bds Oriental 

Hoburg W. H. entrance and clearance clerk, na- 
val office. Custom House, dwl 182 Cal 

Hochkofller Rodolfo, Acting Consul for Chili,NW 
cor California and Front, dwl Hawthorne 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

Hodge ( Charles) & Dickey ( George S. Jr.) apoth- 
ecaries, 128 Kearny 

Hoffman Y. architect, cor Battery and Wash 

Holje (Henry) & Ring (Peter) liquor saloon, cor 
Clay and East 

Holland Pat, Sanctum Saloon, 150 Montgomery 

Hopkins C. T. (McLean & Foider) dwl W s Tay- 
lor bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Horan (J: C.) & Cleveland (G. W.) wholesale 
liquors, 95 Front 

Horn 0. with E. Justh, 104 Montgomery 

Howard George, with J. F. Atwill & Co. 

Howard ( Volney E.) & Aldrich (L.) atorneys at 
law, 4 and 5 Masonic Building, res Oakland 

Howes (John) & Wiuant (James J.) produce. 129 
Clay 

Hubbard Diraon (Hubbard & Co.) dwl 208 Mont 

HUBBARD (Horace F.) & CO. (Dimon Hubbard) 
stoves and tinware, 117 Sansome and 111 
Wash, dwl cor Antliony Place and Second 

HUGHES (Mathew E.) & O'CONNOR (Thomas 
M.) agents Phelau's billiard tables, 182 Mont- 
gomery 

Hunter C. C. dealer in flour, office 87 Front, 2d 
floor 

Hunter (James) & Co. (T. X. Ward) manuf Man- 
zanita Bitters, Sacramento below Drumm 

Hunter John Y. carpenter, bds What Cheer H 

Hide William C. auctioneer, 96 Front, dwl 254 
Powell 

Hyland Henry J. clerk, 109 Sacramento, dwl cor 
Mission and Wood 

Iken Frederick commission merchant, 50 Front, 
dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton and Powell 

Inslee J. H. (Irwin & /.) dwl 68 Montgomery 

Irwin (G. H.) & Inslee (J.H.) cigars and tobacco, 
45 Sacramento, dwl 98 Stockton 

Isaac Joseph, stationery, 131 Sansome 

Jacobs N. B. & Co. ( William T. Reynolds) native 

wines and Rosenbaum's Bitters. 137 Clay 
James S. L. (Taylor & J.) dwl 22 California 
Jessup A. R. hardware and crockery, 75 Davis, 
dwl Harris House 



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Joluisou T. Rodgers, dwl NE corner Bush and 

Kearny 
Jones M. 0. {Randell & J.) KB New York 
Jones S. D. boots and shoes, 147 Washington 
Josephs Hyam, dwl W s Stockton bet Clay and 

Washington 
Josselyn J. H. physician, NE cor Sacramento 

and Leidesdortt' 
Justh E. assayer and refiner, 104 Montgomery, 

dwl 109 IBroadway 

Kaplan* J. watch-maker, Tehama House 
Keating John P. {Brackdt & A'.) dwl 18 Natoma 
Kelielt Charles, wood and coal, 115 Pine, dwl 

Sherwood Place 
Keyes D. C. horaa?pathic physician, "W s Stock- 
ton bet Clay and Washington 
Kiernan {John) & Donlen (James T.) marble 

yard, cor Montgomery' and Summer, dwl E 

8 Kearny bet Post and Sutter 
Kimball & Co. carriage maniif, N s Market bet 

Montgomery and Kearny, and corner Third 

and Market (see advertisement, p. 459.) 
Kinstler John R. employment and real estate, 

205 Clay 
Kisfy Sigmund. physician, cor Pacific and Dupont 
Klapprich John S. {Lawton & A'.) Market near 

Kearnv 
EINELL (Jacob) & BATTEUX (Daniel) German 

Club Room, liquors and billiards, SW cor 

California and Kearny 
Knop Henry (Hildehrandt & Co.) dwl cor Wav- 

erly Place and Washington 
Korn Julius, editor S. F. Journal, ofiBce NE cor 

Mont and Clay, dwl Hotel International 
Kottinger J. W. real estate agent, 172 Mont 
Kustner John, compositor, German Journal, dwl 

Globe Hotel 

Lafoxtaixe a. J. book and job printer, 103 Mer- 
chant 
Lahnsen Henry, oyster saloon. 86 Montgomery 
LAMBERT GEORGE G. insurance agent, 172 
Mont, dwl N s Green bet Powell and Ma- 
son (see advertisement, p. 434) 
LANE (John C.) & STRATTON {Abraham W.) 
contractors, Sutter bet Sansome and Mont, 
and Chief P]ngineer S. F. Dep't (contested) 
ofiBce 27 City Hall, dwl Montnr Vallejo 
Lang Charles E. {Cherry & L.) 169 Mont, dwl 

E s Mason bet Union and Green 
Lawton, (John H.) k, Klapprich {John S.) car- 
riage and wagon manuf. Market nr Kearny 
Leszynsky Alexander, dry-goods, 15 Kearny 
Libby J. G. {Bennet & L.) cor Pacific and Bat 
Lloyd G. A. {Cook & L.) 5 Washington Market 
LolorC. P. (C. T. Meader & Co.) bds 185 Cal 
Loomis (E. J.) & Miller {J. F.) produce commis- 
sion merchants, foot Washington, res Sac- 
ramento City 
Louis Mathias, ( Widman & Co.) SW cor Dupont 

and Union 
Lust {Simo)i) & Blumenthal {Marx) hats and 

caps, 75 Montgomery 
MacCann Wieliam, i Co. brokers, 102 Battery, 

dwl Taylor nr Washington 
MacDermot C. F. (John Flanagan & Co.) dwl 99 
Front 



Malech Gustavus, pliysician, N s Pine nr Mont 
Mann Alexander ( Ulmer & M. ) dwl 58 Mont 
Manning W. W. 119 Broadway 
Marston Sylvanus B. builder, bds with Benjamin 

Dore 
Martin Daniel, laborer, bds 20 Sansome 
Martovich Marco, fruits, 62 Montgomery 
May Solomon, dwl Vallejo between Powell and 

Mason 
Mayne Chs. oflSce, San Bruno Turnpike Co. 147 

Clay 
McCabe {James) & Fox {Charles N.) attorneys at 

law, 101 Merchant 
McCloskey James (J.F. Siueeney & Co.) dwl 219 

California 
McColgan, M. harness and saddlery, 112 Front 
McCreery Andrew B. 39 California 
McDermot W. liquors. Second nr Stevenson 
McDonald John (Dunn & AIcD.) Pacific between 

Davis and Drumm 
McKenty Jackson, speculator, 137 Front 
McLean E. broker, 69 Clay, dwl Bdy nr Taylor 
McShane P. & Co. wholesale provisions. 90 Front 
Meacham (Richard) & Co. paper-hangers, 109 

Sacramento, dwl S s Sacramento nr Stock 
MEADER C. T. & CO. (C. P. Lolor) commission 

merchants, 89 Front, res Stockton, San Joa- 
quin County 
Merrifield A. D. book-keeper, Wainwright, Post 

& Rice, dwl 144 Washington 
Merrill I. M. (Farnum, M. & Co.) 52 Clay, bds 

American Hotel 
Merrill Isaac C. commission merchant, Clay near 

Front, bds 16 Sansome 
Meydenbauer W. Manhattan Bakery, 100 Kearny 
Meyer Louis, liquors, 115 Kearny 
Mickkelson R. liquors (Scandinavian Rooms) Cus- 
tom House Block 
MIDDLETON JOHN, auctioneer. 129 California 
Miller J. F. (Loomis & M.) foot Washington 
Mills Luther R. importer liquors and cigars, NW 

cor Front and Cora, dwl California Hotel 
Mottelor F. ( Waimvright & J/.) dwl 69 Cal 
Mullan James (Riley & J/.) 121 Front 
MURAT J. proptr Waker's Hotel, 206 Mont 
Murphy Daniel J. furniture, 119 Kearny 

Natloe Peter (T. E. Selby & Co.) res New York 

Neidig Henry, cloths, SW cor Kearny and Cal 

Nelson Jeremiah, (Greene & X.) dwl with R. P. 
Clement 

Nerrmann Edward, clerk with Frese & Co. 51 
Commercial 

NEWHALL, (H. M.) GREGORY (Henry) & CO. 
(E. W. Eddy and Theo. Voizin) auctioneers, 
SW cor Battery and Sacramento, dwl W s 
Beale bet Folsom and Harrison 

Newsom William, P.-Office, dwl Bank Exchange 

Nickerson J. carrier Morning Call 

Noah M. M. local editor San Francisco News, 
128 Sansome 

Noblett R. Rigby, under-agent with C. McLaugh- 
lin & Co. dwl SE corner Washington and 
Kearny 

Noll Louis (Schoen & N.) dwl Bush nr Kearny 

O'Connor Thomas M. (Hughes & 0' C.) 182 Mont- 
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Orr John, clerk, Thomas Gordon & Co. dwl 248 

Clay 
Otis Stephen, office 52 Clay, dwl Prospect Place 

near Sacramento 

Paige Calvin, office NW cor Cal and Battery 

Pancoast F. fruits, 69 Merchant 

Parisen John F. agent Independent Packet Line, 
Robison's Wharf 

PARKKR ( Charles H.) & WATERMAN (Fred- 
erick II.) attorneys at law, 8 Mont Block 

Parker William C. stock and money-broker, 96 
Merciiaut 

Peck G. II. deputy sup't and teacher Industrial 
Scliool, six miles from city 

PEIRCE JOSEPH, furniture, 115 and 117 Cal, 
dwl Clay A v. nr Clay (see adver'mt, p. 406) 

Peirce Joshua II. lithographer, with George R. 
Turner. City Hall 

Perley D. W. attorney at law, 170 Montgomery 

Perry Christian C. proprietor Panorama of Eu- 
rope, 188 Montgomery 

Pike Chs. R. carpenter, S s Everett near Fourth 

Pitcher H. S. & John, ballast, dwl Lombard nr 
Masou 

Pratt S. R. eggs, butter, etc. 70 Merchant 

Prefontaine Joseph R. physician, NE corner Cal 
and Kearny 

Rankin Edward, {Reynolds & R.) boards Fran- 
klin House 

Revalk (John) & Vanderlooy (John P.) watch- 
makers and jewelers, 130^ Montgomery 

Reynolds W. II. gold-dust buyer, bds N s Jack- 
son abv Powell 

Reynolds William T. (N. B. Jacobs & Co.) dwl 
Stockton bet Sutter and Post 

Riehn C. F. asaayer with E. Justh, 104 Mont 

Roach Tobias M. carpenter, boards What Cheer 
House 

Robeson William, with Brenan & Batchelder, Pier 
3 Stewart 

Robins M. wood and coal, 38 Washington 

Rockwell E. A. as.sociate editor San Francisco 
News, dwl N side Grpen near Calhoun 

Roepke Edward {Henry Dossmann & Co.) dwl 
S s Green bet Mason and Taylor 

Rosenfeld Jacob, with Eppinger & Co. bds St 
Nicholas 

Ryan {J. B.) & Shattuck (J. M.) produce com- 
mission merchants, 31 Clay 

Saunders C. R. attorney at law, 163 Clay, dwl 

Wetmore Place 
Saunders John H. attorney at law, 127 Mont 
Sawyer F. A. notary public, NE cor Montgomery 

and California 
Sbarboro {Bartholomew) & Brothers {Andreio and 

John Sbarboro) groceries, 123 Jackson 
Sbarboro Andrew {Sbarboro & Brothers) 123 

Jackson 
Sbarboro John {Sbarboro Brothers) 123 Jackson 
Schaeban John, barkeeper, 220 Washington 
Schafer J. F. beds and bedding, 1 18 and 120 San 
Scheper Allrich {John Van Bergen & Co.) dwl 

cor Second and Silver 
Schloss Brothers {Philip and Benjamin) importers 

of clothing, 7 Custom House Block 



Schoen (John) & Noll (Louis) liquors, NE comer 
Kearny and Commercial 

Schroder Frederick ( 6'a« & S.) dwl IGl Sac 

Schuit A. M. compositor, German journal, dwl 
Mason bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Sellers Michael, express wagon, cor Dupont and 
Washington 

Seregni F. teacher of languages, 120 Montgomery 

Shaber & Co. furniture, 180 Montgomery 

Shattuck J. M. (Ryan &, S.) 31 Clay 

Shaw Stephen W. portrait-painter, 113 Mont 

Shaw T. pawnbroker, 223 Dupont, dwl S s Bush 
near Stockton 

Shaw T. Ogg & Co. ( George H. Munroe) agricul- 
tural warehouse and manufacturers, 33 Sac, 
dwl cor Howard and Simmons 

Sheldon Hiram A. (Banks & S.) dwl cor Sutter 
and ilontgomery 

SHEPPARD S. A. attorney at law, 100 Mcrch, 
dwl N s Clementina nr Second 

Shoenbar John (\Vtge7ier & S.) dwl 171 Clay 

Silversmith A. teacher of dancing, Apollo Hall, 
Pacific nr Stockton 

Simpson, M. D. L. U. S. A. office 60 Sansome 

Smith Algernon, ship and custom-house broker, 
Nichol's Building, Clay nr Battery 

Smith, (Stex>hen) McUaniel (David) & Co. whole- 
sale groceries and provisions, cor Front and 
Washington 

Specht Jacob. S. F. Brewery, Polk Lane, dwl 99 
Broadway 

SPRATT (Jose2)h) & DEBRIE (William) pro- 
prietors Albion Foundry, N s Pine, between 
Montgomery and Sansome, dwl S s Steven- 
son bet Third and Fourth (see advertisement, 
p. 447.) 

Stevens T. A. Exchange bakery and restaurant, 
162 Kearny 

Stock (John) & Compt (Esprit) restaurant, 128 
Washington 

Stockfleth, N. T. dwl E. s Mason bet Filbert and 
Powell 

Stratton Sophia A. Mrs. fancy goods, 117 Kearny 

Such (Francis L.) & Cochran {John) lime and 
cement, cor Front and Sacramenio 

Summers Charles (E. Wcdt^ & Co.) dwl N s 
Pacific nr Montgomery 

Sumner Chas. A. Evening Telegram, dwl N E 
cor Broadway and Powell 

Sunder George, (Frese & Co.) dwl Hawthorne 
bet Second and Third 

Swain R. B. (Stuain & Co.) dwl 26 Minnie 

Swearingen I. Mrs. boarding, Pine bet Dupont 
and Stockton 

Sylvester Daniel, with Henry Sylvester, Kearny 
near Market 

TAYLOR (Samuel P.) & JAMES (S. L.) 

Pioneer Paper Mill, 20 and 22 California, 

dwl W s Calhoun nr Green 
Terwilleger Edward (Collins & T.) bds Benton 

House 
Thacher George, 101 Front, dwl NE cor Wash 

and Dupont 
Thomson Peter, gents' furnishing goods, 135 Sac 
Thomp.son W. Jr., dwl 154 Sacramento 
Thrall Stephen C. Rev. Rector Trinity Episcopal 

Church, dwl Bush nr Leavenworth 



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THURNAUER ( WiUiam) k ZINN (Henry) im- 
portors willow wave, etc. 92 Battery, dwl 
152 Bush (see .idvertisenient, p. 439.) 

Todd A. H. commission produce, SE cor Davis 
aud Clay 

Torrey K. N. & "W. L. carpenters, 139 Jackson, 
dwl 13G Dupont 

Truworthy F. M. stencil plate cutter, NW corner 
Prout and Commercial 

Vail Joseph F. metal roofer, 33 Leidesdorff, dwl 

Benton House 
Vanderlooy John P. (Revallc & V.) dwl ISOi 

Montgomery 
Tanderveer T. G. liquor saloon, 123 Sacramento 
Van Wyck S. M. clerk with E. Justh, 104 Mont 
Vincenot Peter, coffee-saloon, 123 Wash 
Vollum George W. (Frieckl & V.) dwl E s Mason 

bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Voorhees Benjamin F. cashier, C. K Garrison & 
Co. dwl E s Prospect Place, bet Sacramento 
and California 
Van Alen William K. agent Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co. NE cor Jackson and Battery 

WADH.A.MS Collins, wooden ware, 112 Battery 
Wadsworth J. C. L. publisher San Francisco 

News, 140 Montgomery, dwl N s Sacramento 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
"Walper John, with I. Richards 
Wallace George, notary public, 6 Court Block 
Wallace Thos. real estate agent, 7 Mont Block 
Walter D. N. & E. importers carpets, oil cloths, 

etc. 82 Sacramento, dwl N s Bush bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Walton John, Deputy Collector Custom-House, 

dwl NW cor Stockton -and Green 
Ward T. N. (ffwnter & Co.) Sac below Druram 
WARREN J. Q. A. bookseller and periodical 

agent, 149 Clay, bds 52 Montgomery (see 

advertisement, p. 335) 



Waterman Frederick H. {Parker & W.) dwl 8 
Montgomery Block 

Weber C. {P. Zadig & Co.) dwl 77 Montgomery 

Webster A. B. commission and forwarding mer- 
chant, NE cor Davis and Washington 

Webster William W. hardware and agricultural 
implements, 110 Battery, dwl Ta}'lor nr Clay 

Weeks E. J. agent Napa steamers, office NW cor 
Front and Commercial 

Wells {Robert) & Griffith (Millen) proprietors Bay 
City Brewery, 136 Pine (rear), dwl N s 
Harrison bet First and Second 

WesendorlT M. compositor, German Journal, dwl 
N s Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 

Wheaton William R. attorney at law and secre- 
tary California Pioneers. 197 Washington 

Whitaker James K. book-keeper with C. T. Mea- 
der & Co. 89 Front 

White John, editor S. F. News, dwl 154 Sac 

Wiemeyer F. compositor, German Journal, dwl 
N s Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 

Williamson W. F. San Francisco News, dwl 154 
Sacramento 

Winant (Samuel) & Co. (Hark Winant, John S. 
Morgan and Alexander Hanson) wholesale 
dealers in oysters, 129 Clay, dwl N s Harri- 
son bet Third and Fourth 

Wollcott (Asa) k Fuller (J. W.) What Cheer 
Saloon, cor Sac and Leid, dwl Berry nr Bush 

Wetmore Jesse L. dwl cor Sac and Leavenworth 

Wood, Eddy & Co. lottery managers, (up stairs) 
98 Montgomery cor California 

Yates W. H. {Hall & F.) Merchant nr East 
Yerkes Isaac, clerk, Smiley, Yerkes & Co. dwl 
American Exchange 

Zadig Phillip & Co. (C Weber) cigar mauuf, 77 

Montgomery 
Zinn Henry {Thurnauer & Z.) dwl St. Nicholas 
Zinns C. tailor, 70 Front, dwl Dupont nr Sutter 



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f^^W Notice. — Names too late for regular insertion, removals, changes, etc., vjhich have occurred 
during the preparation of the work, will he found on the pages immediately preceding this. 



A.s-jB-R-E:^vi:j>i>,rcxQTsr s>. 



abv AboTo i 

acct Accountant 

iitty Attorney I 

av Avenue 

bilg... Building or buildings 

bds Boaids 

bet Between 

blk Block 

C. H Custom House 

elk Clerk 

com Commission 

cor Corner 

dept Department 

dwl Dwelling 



E East 

exch Exchange 

exp Express 

F. P Fort Point 

h House 

imp Importer 

lab Laborer 

manf Manufacturer 

mcc Mechanic 

mcht Merchant 

Mis Dol Mission Dolores 

mkr Maker 

mkt Market 

M North 



nr' Near 

off Office 

op Opposite 

pi Place 

P. Post Office 

Pre'o Presidio 

proptr Proprietor 

res Resides or residence 

rms Koonis 

S South 

8 Side 

stm... Steamer or Steamship 
U.S.B.M..U. S. Branch Mint 
W West 



Streets. 

Bdy Broadway 

Bat Battery 

Cal California 

Com .; Commercial 

Leav Leavenworth 

Leid Leidesdorff 

Merch Merchant 

Mont Montgomery 

Pac Pacific 

Sac Sacramento 

San Sansouie 

Stock Stockton 

Wash Washington 



Aalmquist Jonx, iron-finisher, dwl NW cor 
Bush and Montgomery 

Aaron Simon, {of E. Aaron & Bra. Siskiyou Co) 
dwl S s Minnie bet Second and Tiiird 

Abadie Hypolite, dish-washer, 207 "Washington 

Abadie John, grinder, 150 Washington 

Abbot Charles, dwl W s Wetmore Place bet Clay 
and "Washington 

Abbott Charles D. violinist, bds Plaza Hotel 

Abbott Charles L. pilot, dwl N s Vallejo bet Ma- 
son and Taylor 

Abbott J. D. wood & coal 244 "Washington dwl 
W s Mason bet Union and Green 

Abbott Osborn, com mcht, dwl "W s Virginia bet 
Jackson and Pacific 

Abbott S. D. wood and coal 244 "W'ashington dwl 
W s Mason bet Union and Green 

Abbott Thomas W. pilot, cor "Washington and 
East 

Abelein Louisa Miss, dwl 181 Stockton 

ABELL ALEX. G. Commissioner Immigrants 
and Grand Secretary Grd. Lodge F. & A. M. 
126 Montgomery up stairs dwl SE cor Ma- 
son and "Washington 

Abell Frederick, teacher languages, dwl cor Bush 
•and Monroe 

ABERNETHY ( George) CLARK (ffiram) & CO. 
shipping and forwarding, pier 4 Stewart re- 
sides Oregon City Oregon. 

Abion Antoine, dwl Stockton nr Filbert (rear) 

Able Benj. laborer at Pacific Glue Factory, Pre'o 
road dwl Francisco 

Abraham David, hats and caps, 79 Kearny 



Abraham Jonas, boots and shoes, East bet Clay 
and Commercial 

Abraham Thomas "W. printer, bds 89 Bush 

Abraham Yale, 1 95 Jackson 

Abrahams Jacob, mcht, bds St. Nicholas 

Abrahams John, shoemaker, East bet Commer- 
cial and Clay dwl 36 Commercial 

Abrahamson Peter, stoves & tinware, 212 "Wash- 
ington dwl 133 Bush 

Abrams & Bro. {David and Moses) wholesale 
grocers, 56 Front dwl 25 Minnie 

Abrams Louis, {A. Adler & Co.) dwl S s Pacific 
nr Drumm 

Abrams Moses, bds 25 Minnie 

Abrams Samuel, {Abrams & Bro. Jackson) dwl 

y 18 Kearny 

Aceruich Antonio, dwl 61 Merchant 

Acevedo Lopez M. hair-dresser, 185 Clay 

Achenbach Joseph, special policeman 

Ach Leon, clothing, dwl Harlan Place 

ACKERMAN AUGUSTE, clerk with E. "W. 
Moss dwl Yallejo nr Stockton 

Ackerman Christopher, baker, Stockton bet Un- 
ion and. Green 

Ackerman Hart S. {Ackerman Bros.) dry goods, 
NE cor Bush and Kearny 

Ackerman H. S. {Ackerman Bros.) dwl 5 Vir- 
ginia Block 

Ackerman Joseph, {J. V. JfcEIvjee cfc Co.) dwl 
E s Stockton bet Clay and "Washington 

Ackerman L. S. dwl Green bet Kearny and Dpt 

Ackerman Brothers, {Samuel, Eart S. <Sc E. S.) 
dry goods, 5 Virginia Block 



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Ackerson Henry, carpenter, dwl NW cor Bush 

and Montgomery 
Ackley George W. miner, dwl 331 Stockton 
Acklcy George W. (Sledson it .1.) 109 Sansome 
Ackley Henry F. book-keeper, 37 Sac dwl Na- 

toma bet First and Second 
Ackley R. J. book-keeper, 50 Battery 
Adams (C A.)& Marks {JoJm J.) ship chandlers 

Clay nr East 
Adams Cliarles S. hide-curer, with W. C. Fox, 

dwl NW cor Broadway and Dupont 
Adams K. broker, 17G Moiitj,^omery res Oakland 
Adams Emma Miss, dress-maker, dwl with H. 

D. W. Adams 
Adams Frank, bds 156 Pacific 
Adams Ilalsey D. W. machinist, S. F. Machine 

Shop dwl E 3 Anthony bet Mission and Jes- 
sie 
Adams Harry, packer, Am. Flour Mills bds Jes- 
sie 
Adams Henry, elk, dwl N s Greenwich nr Stock 
Adams Henry, porter, 75 Front 
Adams Henry, (Adams & A.) bds Barkley House 
Adams Herman, tailor, 118 Jackson 
Adams J. bds Benton House 
Adams J. hog ranch, cor Eddy and Leavenworth 
Adams James, wood, dwl N s Clementina bet 

First and Second 
Adams James, laborer, bds N s Third bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Adams James H. dwl cor Hyde and Green 
Adams James S. carpenter, dwl S s Green bet 

Powell and Mason 
Adams John, dwl cor Filbert and Taylor 
Adams John, porter, 53 and 55 Front 
Adams John C. Pacific Museum and agt for Wm. 

Adams NE cor Clay and Kearny 
Adams John "W. machinist, S. F. Sugar Refinery 
Adams Joseph, ganger, cor Com and Front res 

Oakland 
Adams Lawson S. liquors, off 79 Front dwl 86 

Minnie 
Adams Robert H. (Ada7ns & Brother) dwl Sao 

abv Taylor 
Adams (Ross M.) & Brother (Robert H. Adams) 

hat and cap manf 181 Wash dwl Sac abv 

Taylor 
Adams Samuel, druggist, NE cor Clay and Du- 
pont dwl N s Sac abv WaverJy Place 
ADAMS SAMUEL, lime and cement, 42 Bat 

(see advertisement) dwl 27 Montgomery > 
Adams Samuel T. elk, bds with Sam'l Adams 
Adams S. I. Mrs. boarding, NE cor Sutter and 

Mont 
ADAMS THOMAS, wine and liquor saloon, cor 

Mont and Com 
Adams William, proptr Pacific Museum, NE cor 

Clay and Kearny res Boston 
Adams William H. porter, dwl S s Harlan PI bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
ADAMS, ( William J.) Blinn (Samuel P.) & CO. 

(George W. Prescott) lumber, cor Stewart 

and Market and pier 17 Stewart dwl N s 

Mission bet Second and Third 
Adams Z. B. elk, 82 Battery dwl 157 Bush 
Adcock William, shoemaker, dwl 50 Minnie 
ADDISON JOHN E. State gauger, off NW cor 

Front and Com dwl 85 Mont Block 



Addison William A. dwl 209 Wash (rear) 
ADELSDORFER BROTHERS, (Edward and 

Joseph) ^importers fancy goods, cutlery, etc. 

2 C. H. Block cor Sac and San 
Adelsdorfer Joseph, (Adelsdorfer Brothers) 2 C. 

H. Block 
Adlcoamp Barney, washing, dwl N a Townsend 

nr TJurd 
Adler (A.) k Co. [Louis Abrams) tailors, Pae nr 

Drumm 
Adler Bauer, butcher, 208 Sacramento 
Adler Charles, clerk, 17 Kearny 
Adler Charles, clerk, 4 C. H. Block 
Adler Elkin, bakery, N s Vallejo nr Stockton 
Adler Henry, book-keeper, 70 California 
Adler Jonas, book-keeper, 92 Sacramento bds 6 

C. H. Block , 
Adler Julius, book-keeper, with Pollack Bros. 

dwl 145 Sacramento 
Adler Laborde, cordwainer, 127 Bush 
Adler Morris, Rincon Point Market, cor Beale 

and Folsom dwl W s Beale bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Adler Paulino Mrs. millinery, 145 Sacramento 
Adlington D. M. waterman, dwl 263 Kearny 
ADRAIN (Wm.) & STORY, (Wm. F.) imp and 

com mchts SW cor Front and Sac up stairs 
Agard Wm. B. (Dupuy, Foulkes & Co,) dwl Green 

bet Mont and Kearny 
Agate A. G. furniture, 116 Cal bds 16 San 
Agate Wm. furniture, 173 and 175 Mont 
Aglestein George, teamster, with L. Haskell dwl 

Black Point 
Agnew John, with S. F. Gas Co. dwl 8 Natoraa 
Agnew Margaret Miss, millinery, 309 Stock 
Agnew (Thos. H.) & Deffebach, (Tlios.B.) job 

printers, 125 San bds Tremont House 
Aguilla Frederico, lab, dwl Yallejo nr Kearny 
Aguirre Michael, dwl S s Yer Mehr bet Dupont 

and Kearny 
Ahciruy John B. barber, dwl N s Pac nr Dupont 

(rear) 
Ahearn Jeremiah, ship carpenter, bds with D. J. 

Murphy 
Ah Hen, (Chinese) washing, cor Pac and Yirginia 
Ahern John M. groceries and liquors, NW cor 

First and Tehama 
Ahlenfeld Morris D. (Courts & Co.) dwl 181 

Clay 
Ahllirs J. H. lab, at Mrs. Robert Carters, F. P. 
Ah Lung (Chinese) W s Battery nr Broadway 
Ah Quong (Chinese) washerman, NE cor Clay 

and Montgomery 
Ah Quong (Chinese) washerman, San nr Bdy 
Ahrens Auguste, cabinet maker, W s Kear'y bet 

Geary and St. Marks PI 
Ahrens Christian, watchmaker, 214 Dupont 
Ahrens Jacob, elk, NW cor Dupont and Bdy 
Ahumada J. M. 203 Washington 
Aiken John, sail-maker, cor Davis and Clark dwl 

S s Post bet Mason and Taylor 
Aine Eugene, carpenter, 127 Bush 
Aine Louis, carpenter, 127 Bush 
Ainsa A. dwl S s Lombard nr Stockton 
Aitchison William, tinsmith, bds New Orleans 

House 
Aitken Charles, boiler-maker, Yulcan Ironworks 

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Aitken James, boiler-maker, Vulcan Ironworks 

dwl N s Clementina bet Third and Fourth 
Aitken Samuel, boiler-maker, Vulcan Irouworke 

dwl N s Clementina bet Third and Fourth 
Akera John, waterman, dwl Harris House 91 

Pine 
Akers John C. foreman S. F. City "Water Works 

NW cor Sacramento and Battery 
Alacron Chas. carpenter, bds with Wm. Paul 
Alband H. liquor saloon, cor Bdwy and Davis 
Albert John, cook, dwl 63 ilerchaut 
Albert Lewis, teamster, 24 California dwl St. 

Charles Hotel 
Alberts Anthony, bar-keeper, with Smith & By- 

ington SE cor Beale and Market 
Albin {Leonce) k Co. {A. Ntuvul) editors and 

proprietors Bibliotheque Populaire and job 

Printers, 187 Washington 
Albrecht Charles E. carpenter, dwl W s Stewart 

near Market 
Albrecht Joseph, milk ranch, N s Green near 

Laguna 
Aldon Jaraes, Commr U.S.N.Coast Survey, ofiSce 

Custora-House 
Alden Samuel B. drayman for W. F. "VTalton & 

Co. dwl cor Sac and Hyde 
Alden S. E. restaurant, cor Sansome & Halleck 
Aldersey John, acct, 110 California dwl Hayes 

Valley 
Alderton Robert A. with P.M.S.S. Co. dwl NW 

cor Sacramento and Leidesdorflf 
Aldrich Edward, stevedore, dwl N s Harrison 

near U. S. Marine Hospital 
ALDRICH E. S. physician and apothecary, W s 

Front near Pacific 
ALDRICH LEWIS, atty at law, 110 Montgo- 
mery dwl S s Clementina bet First and Sec 
Aldrich {L. H.) & Stone {S. M.) milk ranch, near 

Presidio House 
Aldrich Lorinda A. Miss, dressmaker, 80 Dupont 
Alemany Joseph S. Most Rev. Archbishop St. 

Mary's Cathedral dwl E s Dupont adj Church 
Alers Auguste (Precht & A.) phys'ns 223 Dupont 
Alexander Aaron, waterman, dwl N a Stockton 

Place bet Dupont and Stockton 
Alexander Albert, mcht, dwl 179 Pine 
Alexander P'dward, clerk, 82 Sacramento 
Alexander Eli, dwl E s Virginia 
Alexander Frederick, waterman, dwl 1 Quincy 

Place 
Alexander George (Nickerson & A.) dwl W a 

Third bet Harrison and Bryant 
Alexander Henry, boots and shoes, 254 Dupont 
Alexander J. & Co. (£". Kolin) auctioneers and 

com mchts 74 Com bds New York Hotel 
Alexander James, carrier Home Journal 
Alexander J. 0. clothing, bds St. Nicholas 
Alexander John, lab, at Chelsea Laundry Third 

near Bryant 
Alexander John H. accountant, dwl 209 Stock 
Alexander Joseph, clothing, dwl N. Y. Hotel 

Bat nr Com 
Alexander Joseph D. engineer, U. S. Branch 

Mint dwl Mason nr Vallejo 
Alexander {Joseph 0.) & Brother (Samtiel 0. 

Alexander) clothing, 166 Clay 
Alexander Julius, cigars. Pacific nr Front 
Alexander (Julius) & Co. {Abraham Rosenthal 



& Andrew D. Ellis) wholesale clothing, 82 

Sac dwl cor Turk and Taylor 
Alexander {Julius) & Levi {Lewis) paper box 

manf, 82 Sac up stairs 
Alexander M. Mrs. (col) washing, dwl N s Pac 

nr Mason 
Alexander Marcus, tailor, SE cor Bush and 

Mary Lane 
Alexander Samuel {Berioin & A.) Keystone 

House 
Alexander Samuel 0. {Alexander & Bra.) dwl 

1G6 Clay 
Alexander W. F. bds Benton House 
Alexis James, baker, 330 Dupont 
Alexis John, dwl N s Union nr Dupont 
Alfeter Francis, milk ranch, E of Union Race 

Course 
Alford Amasa, surveyor for De la Rue & Schne- 

pel, dwl 112 Bush 
Alford S. W. {Benchley & Co.) res New York 
Alger James, Clerk with L. Scellier & Co. dwl 

Bush nr Kearny 
Allan {Chas. E.) & Adams {Henry) gas fitters, 51 

Bush 
ALLAN {Geo. T.) LOWE, {Tlios. andJas.) & CO. 

{Archibald McKinlay and A. C. Anderson) 

commission mchts, 141 Clay up stairs dwl 

Oregon City 
Allen A. hair-dresser, 73 Davis 
Allen Amos S. ofiice 86 Montgomery 
Allan H. A. dwl Harris House Pine 
Allen Cornelius, dwl 52 St. Mark's Place 
Allen Emma E. (widow) adjuster U. S. B. M. 

dwl Armory Hall 
Allen Francis, ship carpenter, dwl 3 Bay State 

Row 
Allen George, carpenter, dwl N s Folsom bet 

Simmons and Harris 
Allen Geo F. dwl with John B. Taylor 
ALLEN GEO. H. billiard saloon, 86 Mont (see 

advertisement) 
Allen Henry A. Purser stmr Cortez, dwl SE cor 

Third and Perry 
Allen Henry H. {Green, Heath & A.) 56 Front. 
Allen James, engineer, dwel 6 Stevenson 
Allen James S. elk, bds Stewart St. Restaurant 
Allen J. M. drayman, with Frank Baker dwl 

Clay above Dupont 
Allen John, carpenter, bds Isthmus House 
Allen John F. waiter, Aldens Dining Saloon 
ALLEN {Josei^h E.) & SPIER {Richard P.) 

booksellers and stationers, 148 Clay 
Allen L. II. merchant, dwl Oriental Hotel 
Allen Lorenzo H. dwl N s Stock nr San 
Allen Myron W. {Davidson & A.) dwl 21 Bush 
Allen Otis, dravman, bds 6 St. Mark's Place 
ALLEN ROBERT Major, Asst Q. M. U. S. A. 

off SE cor Cal and Mont dwl E s Stock bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Allen Roe, elk, with Frank Baker bds 230 Clay 
Allen Theodore H. stevedore, dwl SE cor Jack- 
son and Dupont 
Allen Thomas, waiter, 202 Wash 
Allen William, lab, at Pacific Glue Factory Pre- 
sidio road dwl NW cor Jackson and San 
Allen William liquor saloon, Pac nr Bat 
Allen William, longshoreman, dwl NW cor Mont 

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Allen "William, moulder, Sutter Iron Works cor 
Beale and Folsom 

Allen "Wm. F. shipwright, S s Merch nr Drumm 
dwl 3 Sansome 

Allen W. R. shipping office SW cor Davis and 
Chambers, dwl cor Powell and Sutter 

Allen William S. paper ruler, with A. Buswell 

AUers William, at New Texas House 33 Clay 

Allcrt Aubert, sausage-maker, Merch nr San 

Allier Victor, cook, Sullivan's Alley nr Dupont 

Allison Frederick, machinist, St. Charles Hotel 
First 

Allovon Alfred F. clerk, with Woodworth & Co. 
dwl cor Jackson & Stone 

Allovon John D. piano-maker, 283 Jackson dwl 
W s Taylor bet Clay and Sac 

Allport William, wood and coal N s Wash bet 
Drumm and Plast 

AUyn Jonathan W. painter, dwl 34 Webb, rear 

Almy Andrew J. {Redington & Co.) dwl E s 
Folsom bet Second and Third 

Almy B. D. special policeman 

Almy ((?. J/.) & Stevens ( C. J.) produce commis- 
sion mchts, 32 Clay 

Almy Moses B. ( Goodivin & Co.) dwl N s Fol- 
som bet Fifth and Sixth 

Alpers Charles, musician, NW cor Sac and Kear- 
ny dwl SE cor Powell and Yallejo 

Alphonse F. printer, dwl 160 Bdy 

ALSOP & CO. ( diaries B. PoUiemus and George 
W. P. ^i'sse/i) commission mchts 111 and 113 
California 

Alsop George, dwl 188 Stockton 

Alsop John, vegetables, dwl N s Lick Alley bet 
First and Ecker 

Altenburgh E. salesman, with A. S. Roscnbaum 
& Co. cor Bat and Clay 

Altheimer Joseph, brewer, -with Adam Meyer 

Altman Samuel, dry goods, 156 Sac 

Altmeyer Abram, elk, dwl with Z. Einstein 

Alton Wlliam S. Mrs. dwl N s John bet Mason 
and Powell 

Alvarado Martin, waiter, dwl Hinckley bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont 

Alveres Joseph, saddle trimmings, dwl S a Vir- 
ginia bet Pac and Jackson 

Alvey, Cliarles W. stoves and tinware, W s Kear- 
ny nr Jackson. 

Alvis Francis, hand-cartman, cor San and Merch 
dwl Green nr Dupont 

ALVORD ( William) & CO. {Richard Patrick 
and Joseph Tarratt) importers hardware, 
60 Bat dwl E s Folsom nr Second 

Ambrose James, waiter, 185 Cal 

Ambrose Samuel ( Garimod & A.) dwl E s Ma- 
son nr Bdy 

Ambrose Thomas H. {A. Goodenough & Co.) dwl 
57 Minnie 

Ame Theodore, barber, Pacific nr Kearny 

Amerige George, printer, dwl 115 Stockton 

Ames E. T. bds Benton House 

Ames George H. bedding and furniture ware- 
house, 19 Clay, dwl 5 Central PI 

Ames Henry, sash and blinds, dwl E s Prospect 
PI bet Sacramento and California 

Ames, Henry, stevedore, dwl 79 Minnie 

Ames Henry Mrs. dwl E s Prospect Place near 
California 



Amie Gazan, musician, dwl W s Sonoma Place 
Amos F. R. with D. D. Shattuck & Co. 93 Front, 

dwl Mason bet Clay and Sacramento 
AMOS (Zechariah) PHINNEY (Arthur), & CO. 

( Wm. H. Hooke) lumber yard, pier 14 Stew- 
art, dwl cor Mission and Jane 
Amy Oscar, imp cloths and eassimeres, 144 Sac 

up-stairs, dwl Prospect Place 
Anderson Alexander, driver plaza coal yard, dwl 

Brenham Place 
Anderson Alexander C. (Allan, Lowe & Co.) res 

Victoria 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, dwl S s Market near 

Stewart 
Anderson Andrew, capt schr " Gertrude," Wash- 
ington St wharf, res Oakland 
Anderson Christian S. seaman, dwl Market near 

Stewart 
Anderson David, chronometer and watch-maker, 

103 Com, dwl S s Green bet Montgomery 

and Sansome 
Anderson D. C. comedian, Lyceum 
Anderson Edward A. capt schr " Mary Hart," S. 

S. Bluxome, bet Third and Fourth 
Anderson Fran9ois C. groceries, dwl N s Jessie 

bet First and Second 
Anderson George H. milkman, dwl op Presidio 

House 
Anderson H. C. (Roalfe & Co,) 32 Wash 
Anderson James, boiler-maker, Vulcan Iron Wks 
Anderson James, hostler, dwl SW cor Jessie 

and Annie 
Anderson James, tragedian, Lyceum theater, bds 

Oriental Hotel 
Anderson James, waiter. What Cheer House 
Anderson James, watch-maker, at J.W. Tucker's, 

dwl N s Sherwood pi bet Second and Third 
Anderson James R. dwl 9 Virginia 
Anderson James T. A. book-keeper, Sutter Iron 

Works, bds Eagle Hotel Beale nr Folsom. 
Anderson John, cook, St. Charles Hotel 21 and 

23 First 
Anderson John, laborer, dwl N s Jessie bet First 

and Second 
Anderson John, bds 160 Pacific 
Anderson John, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Anderson John, tin ware, 216 Stockton 
Anderson John, tinsmith, W s Third nr Folsom 
Anderson John, Jr. capt. sloop " Janette," Wash 

St. Wharf, res Oakland 
Anderson Joseph, Commercial Nursery, SW cor 

Folsom and Sparks 
Anderson Peter, tailor, 79 Merchant 
Anderson Robert, laborer, bds N s Third bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Anderson Thomas, (Doyle & A.) dwl N s 'Ellis 

bet Powell and Stockton 
ANDERSON WILLIAM C. Rev. pastor First 

Presbyterian church, dwl E s Powell bet 

Wash and Clay 
Andis Frederick, musician, 28 St Mark's PI 
Andornetti (John B.) & Co. (Louis Bland), gro- 
ceries, NW cor Dupont and Pacific, dwl W 

s Scott, bet Powell and Mason 
Andres Andreas, cigars, 147 Kearny 
Andres Christian, professor of music, dwl 84 

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Andrews Abraham, imp of jewelry, dwl 127 

Dupont 
Andrews, Andrew J, carriage-maker, dwl N s 

Post bet Mason and Taylor 
Andrews Artlmr, laborer, Arbor Saloon, dwl SE 

cor Merchant and Kearny 
Andrews Elizabeth, (widow), seamstress, dwl 

with John Heritage S s Stevenson bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Andrews Francis, drayman, dwl with William H. 

Adams S s Harlan Place 
Andrews Frank, Ass't Superintendent Lone 

Mountain Cemetery 
Andrews Hannah Mrs. boarding, 3 Belden's 

Block, ^[arket 
Andrews J. bds Benton Hovise 
Andrews James, lumber, bds with Mrs. N. H. 

Cellers 
Andrews John, waiter, 3 Belden's Block, Market 
Andrews John, porter. Railroad House 
Andrews P. capt. sloop "Excelsior," Clay St. 

Wharf 
Andrews Reuben, bds Sansome House SW cor 

Battery and Yallejo 
Andrews Thomas J. laborer with Thomas Lee, 

bds W s Ritch bet Bryant and Harrison 
Andrews, Wm. 0. Justice 11th Dist. off Mission 

cor Sparks, dwl E s Mission Ck. S of Center 

St. Bridge 
Andrews W. E. B. agent, bds 119 Pine 
Andrzejowski William, laborer S. F. Sugar Refi'y. 

bds S s Folsom bet Second and Third 
ANGELIS {Edwa7-d) &B08SELUA^ ( WiUiam), 

Overland Mail Saloon SE cor Wash and 

Kearny, dwl Pacific nr Kearny 
ANGELL E. C. dentist, SE cor Clay and Kearny 
Angell Horace B. Jr. foreman machine shop Pa- 
cific Foundry, dwl N s Fourth bet Howard 

and Mission 
Angell Joseph S. driver, Freeman & Co. dwl 91 

Dupont 
Angello Joseph F. mason, dwl E s Taylor bet 

Clay and Sac 
ANGLE M. B. physician, cor Clay and Mont, dwl 

282 Jackson 
Anker Christian, laborer, with Andrew Thompson 
Annabel Charles, laborer, bds 119 Pine 
Anniss William, ship joiner, Drumm nr Jackson 
Anson Richard, painter, dwl SW cor Larkin and 

Gteary 
Ansory (Charks) & Morris (Pinkus), clothing. 

Pacific nr Battery 
Anthes Peter, hairdressing saloon, What Cheer 

House, dwl 221 Cal 
Anthony Edward T. re-packer merchandise, NE 

cor Battery and Sac, dwl S s Minnie bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Anthony Joseph, dwl cor Lombard and Taylor 
Antoine Manuel, stevedore, dwl with Mrs. Mur- 
phy E s Baldwin Court 
Antonin Auguste, barkeeper, NE cor Broadway 

and Dnpont, dwl 132 Pacific 
Antonio Benavides, merchant, dwl W s Bower 

Place 
Aplustill Charles, shoe-maker, NE cor Sansome 

and Market 
Aplustill Charles, watchcase-maker, dwl N s Mis- 
sion bet Fifth and Simmons 



Appach Adolph, confectioner with F. Moigneu S s 

Sutter bet Kearny and Dupont 
Appel Samuel, fruits and cigars, NE cor Mission 

and Second 
Appell John C. cabinet-maker, 44 Sansome, dwl 

25 Bush 
Appleby P. boatman, dwl Stevenson nr First, 

rear 
Applegate Josiah H. atty at law, NW cor Wash 

and Kearny, dwl Stevenson above Third 
APPLEGATE {Uriah) & CO. blacksmiths and 

wheelwrights, 65 Pine bds 12 Sansome (see 

advertisement) 
Appleton David E. book stand, SE cor Clay and 

Kearny, dwl 34 Webb, rear 
Aran Joseph, ( Weil & Co.) dwl Post bet Kearny 

and Dnpont 
Arbogast Frederick, driver for John C. Bell, 182 

Clay 
Arch bald John, accountant, Flint, Peabody & 

Co. dwl SE cor Stockton and Bdy 
Archer Catherine, (widow), dwl 8 Minnie, rear 
Archer, Edward, (col.), dwl 4 Brandon PI 
Ardle Charles, salesman. 111 Sac, dwl Kearny 

bet Post and Kearny 
Ardoin Edward, dwl 343 Stockton, rear 
Arees (Peter) <tCo. (John Eigne and Pierre Man- 

ciet). restaurant de France, 195 Kearny 
Argenti Felix, real estate, dwl Union nr Mason 

Argerius , broker, dwl 373 Stockton 

Arias Benancio, porter, dwl with Pedro Arias 
Arias Pedro, clerk, dwl W s Mary Lane bet 

Berry and Sutter 
Arjo Manuel, (Sdevier & A.) dwl 325 Dupont 
Arkitison Wm. laborer, dwl Jones bet Bush and 

Pine 
ARMES C. W. & G. W. broom manufacturers. 

Sac nr Drnmm, dwl cor Tehama and Second 

(see advertisement) 
Armes George W. {Armes Bros.), dwl N s Teha- 
ma bet Second and Third 
Armistead Lewis A. Major U. S. A. Command- 
ant Presidio 
Armitage John, sail-maker, dwl 153 Bush 
Armor, Joseph G. house and sign painter, 90 

Clay 
Armory {diaries G.) & Aylward (T/iomas) sail 

makers, NE cor Davis and Clark, dwl E s 

Lafayette PI nr Green 
Armstrong A. bds What Cheer House 
Armstrong Catharine Mrs. (widow), boarding, 

SE cor Sac and Stockton 
Armstrong Charles, (col) dwl 13 Virginia PI 
ARMSTRONG {E. I.) & TODD (Samuel) proptrs 

Metropolitan hotel, SW cor Bush and San 
Armstrong George J. cooper with Baker & 

Cutting , 

Armstrong Jane Miss, teacher of music, N s Te- 
hama bet First and Second, dwl with Mrs. 

R. Armstrong 
Armstrong Jennie M. Miss, asst teacher, Denman 

Grammar School, dwl cor Hawthorne and 

Folsom 
Armstrong John, dwl NW cor Wash and Powell 
Armstrong John Jr. clerk, 212 Wash 
Armstrong Mary Miss, teacher of music, N s Te- 
hama bet First and Second, dwl with Mrs. 

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Armstrong Rebecca Mrs. private school, N 8 Te- 
hama bet First aud Second 
Armstrong W. W. box clerk, P. 0. dwl W s Yir- 

ginia ur Jacksou 
Arnavou L. clerk, 115 Wash 
Arnaud Joseph, proptr Sutter restaurant, S s 

Sutter nr Kearny 
Arnest X, butcher, cor Dupont and Green 
Amheira (S.) & Co. (A Marcus), clothing, 91 

Pacific 
Amheim Samuel S. cigars, Pacific nr Front 
Arnold Abram, cigars, 138 Mont 
Arnold Amelia Mrs. laundry, 16 Merchant 
Arnold Amos E. with James W. Miller, N"W cor 

Pine and Kearny 
Arnold Benj. E. stock dealer, SE cor Folsom 

and Thorne, dwl N s Folsom bet Thome and 

Wood 
Arnold Elbridge F. clerk, dwl E s Second bet 

Mission aud Stevenson 
Arnold Ferdinand D. teamster, bds N s Folsom 

bet Thorne and Wood 
Arnold Francis, {Handy & Co.) dwl cor Market 

and Second 
Arnold Francis W. cooper, dwl SW cor Second 

and Market 
Arnold Fred, clerk, 91 Battery 
Arnold John, cordwainer, dwl 64 Kearny 
Arnold John, stencil plates, dwl with Patrick 

Hannigan 
Arnold John C. teamster, bds N s Folsom bet 

Thorne and Wood 
Arnold S. S. roofer, dwl Green bet San and Mont 
Arnold Thomas J. surveyor, 49 Mont Block 
Arnold William, pail-maker, bds St.Charles Hotel 

First 
Amos Frederick, dwl S s Malvina PI nr Mason 
Amstein Eugene, book-keeper, 59 Sac 
Aronson Sigmund, waterman, dwl W s Monroe 

nr Bush 
Arrington William, QTruett, Jones & A.) dwl W 

8 Mason bet Jackson and Pacific 
Arriola Fortunate, portrait painter, 235 Wash, 

dwl with Adolph Sutro * 

Arrivets J. boot maker, cor Com and Leides 
Arros Andre, with P. Martin, dwl SE cor Union 

and Powell 
Arrowsmith David B. book keeper, Oriental rice 

mills, dwl N s Sac bet Stockton and Powell 
Arrowsmith John, laborer, dwl Davis nr Pacific 
Arthur G. N. with J. D. Arthur & Son 
ARTHUR JOHN D. & SON ( W. K Arthur), 

agricultural warehouse, Wash nr Davis, dwl 

with H. L. King 
Arthur Wra. M. dwl W s Powell nr Clay 
Arthur Wm. N. {Arthur & Son) bds 74 Jackson 
Asch Leon, mcht, dwl 10 Harlan Place 
Asche Fred'k H. barkeeper, Oriental Hotel 
Ash Charles drayman, dwl 183 Mission 
Ash David, nail-maker, dwl E s Jane bet Mis- 
sion and Jessie 
Ash William, elk, with Dixon Bros. &. Co. dwl 

N s Mission bet Second and Third 
Ash William H. Clk, dwl with David Ash 
ASHBURY MONROE, off with G. P. Fobes and 

groceries SE cor Folsom and Third 
Ashbrook Alfred, farmer, dwl Perkins' Ranch 

E of Union Race Course 



Ashcom James E. collector, dwl 185 Cal 
Ashcroft William, mate, str J. Bragdon 
Ashe Richard P. dwl Virginia Block 
Asher S. clothing, W s Davis nr Pacific 
Ashim & Bro. (Morris B. & Solomon) clothing, 

etc. 118 Sac and auction etc. SE cor Dupont 

and Jackson dwl Geary bet Kearny and Du- 
pont 
Ashim Solomon (Ashim & Bro.) 118 Sac 
Ashley S. J. master mason. Fort Point 
Ashton Charles (Heed & A.) dwl W s Stockton 

bet Sac and Clay 
Ashton George, dwl N s Tehama bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Asmos John, porter. Com Flour Mills, dwl NW 

cor Powell and Filbert 
Asoung (Chinese) washing, Pacific nr Mont 
Asoung Kee (Chinese) washing, SW cor Davis 

and Chambers 
Asper W. carpenter,bds NE cor Main and Folsom 
Aspinall Benjamin, dwl SE cor Folsom and Essex 
Assion E. Miss, dwl junction Market and San 
Assion Henry, tailor, with J. Assion dwl Bush 

nr Battery 
Assion J. tailor, 148 Sacramento 
Assion Joseph, tailor, 89 Montgomery 
Astel Edmond, waiter, at Scroth & Carl's dwl 66 

Kearny 
Astley James, dwl 163 Commercial 
Aston Daniel, painter, dwl NE cor Oregon and 

Davis 
Aston James, porter, at John Sime & Co. dwl S 

s Mission bet Second and Third 
Atheam Charles G. at 3 Clay St. Wharf, dwl with 

A. J. Roulstone 
Atkins Henry B. salesman. 111 Clay bds 52 Mont 
Atkins Margaret Miss, dwl 151 California 
Atkins Robert C. wood and coal, S s Bdy nr 

Stockton dwl S s Bdy bet Powell and Stock 
Atkins William, sail-maker, bds cor Sac and Davis 
Atkinson Alfred, druggist, NE cor Jackson aud 

Kearny 
Atkinson Frederick, dwl 30 St. Marks's Place 
Atkinson Joseph H. builder, dwl N s Bdy bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Atkinson L. & Co. shirts and collars, 6 Custom 

House Block 
Atkinson M. carpenter, bds Benton House 
Atkinson Painter, dwl 155 Stockton 
Atkinson Thomas, boat-builder, dwl W s Main 

nr Market 
Attard Antonio, peddler, dwl St. Ann's Valley 
Attridge Edward, porter, 101 Front dwl N s Fil- 
bert nr Jones 
Attridge Thomas, porter, at Cowell's warehouse 

dwl cor Union and San 
ATWILL JOSEPH F. & CO. music and musical 

instruments, 172 Wash dwl NE cor Powell 

and Clay 
Atwood Rev. Thomas, dwl 129 Bush 
Atwood William G. brick-layer, dwl N s Tehama 

Place nr First 
Auber Jean, sausages, dwl 63 Merch 
Auberlen Theodore A. manf safes etc. 45 Battery 
Aubert Alfred, elk, with H. Hentsch 
Aubert Paul, jeweler,with Louderback &Baldwin 
Aubinaud Peter, carpenter, dwl Polk Lane nr 

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Aubrey Francis 0. stationery, NW cor Second 

and Stevenson dwl Stevenson nr Second 
Aucererre Frederick, milkman, dwl N s Green nr 

Dupont 
Auchmoedy Silas, printer, dwl 10 Albion Place 
Audittred Hypolite (^. M. Leite & Co.) dwl Bdy 

op County Jail 
Auger Bernard E. (Eousset, A. & Co.) dwl S s 

Market bet Third and Fourth 
Auger Louis, laundry, 9G Broadway 
Augier P. M. & Co. (J. J. Ortley) proprietors 

Union Line Alviso Packets, oil" Wharfinger's 

oCf Long Wharf 
Auguste Soubitez, washing, dwl W s Powell bet 

Post and Sutter 
Augustus Myers, dwl SE cor Bdy and Powell 
Auid Edward, carpenter, dwl 399 Powell, rear 
Auld John, dwl E s Mont bet Bdy and Vallejo 
Aurants P. A. bds HUlman's Temperance House 

80 Davis 
Aurbcch Philip, cigars, 110 Sacramento 
AUSTIN {Alexander) & CO. importers and dealers 

dry goods, 115 Mont dwl Express Bdg 
AUSTIN B. C. importer and jobber, stoves, tin- 
ware etc. 92 Clay bds with Mrs. Vanderveer 
Austin Benjamin, dwl S s Vallejo bet Powell and 

Mason 
Austin E. with B. C. Austin, 92 Clay dwl 50 

Mont 
Austin H. dentist, 182 Wash dwl Dupont nr 

Francisco 
Austin Jacob, commission merch, Wash nr Front 

bds Tremont House 
Austin Jas. hatter, dwl NE cor Com and Kearny 
Austin Joseph, salesman, at A. Austin & Co. dwl 

Express Bdg 
Austin Julia A. Miss, private school, NE cor 

Sac and Stoctondwl 198 Stockton 
Austin Marcus wholesale grocer, 57 Front dwl 

Greenwich bet Stockton and Powell 
Austin, Marcus E. 41 Sac dwl N s Greenwich nr 

Stockton 
Austin Mary Mrs. bds Brannan House 
Averell Anson, proprietor Winchester Market, 88 

Kearny dwl S s Howard bet Second and 

Third 
Avery Clark, carpenter, SW cor Sacramento and 

Jones 
Avery D. drayman, with David Hudson, 1 Clay 
Avery Elisha, Capt. Sovereign, dwl S s Townsend 

bet Second and Third 
Avery Harris J. stoves and tinware, cor Davis 

and Com dwl W s Fremont bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Avilez Matias, restaurant 212 Montgomery 
Ayer Washington, physician, off NE cor Sac and 

Leid 
Ayers Ellis (Brittan & A.) bds American Ex- 
change 
Aylward Thomas {Armory & A.) dwl Hillman's 

Temperance House 
Ayres H. blacksmith, at H. Casebolt & Co. 
AYRES {Jas. J.) & CO. {CJiarles P. Jobson, P. B. 

Forster and Geo. E. Barnes) proprietors and 

publishers Morning Call SE cor Mont and 

Clay dwl 325 Green 
I yres Harrison B, plumber, dwl Greenwich nr 
i\ Stockton 

r 



Ayres John C. brass foundry Oregon bet Front 
and Davis, dwl Potrero SE Brannan Street 
Bridge 

Ayres William 0. physician, dwl 211 Stockton 



Baas Charles {Khs & B.) dwl SE cor Dupont 

and Clay 
Babcock Benjamin E. {Scott, Curtis & Co.) dwl 

SE cor Stockton and Bdy 
Babcock D. druggist, 75 Davis bds Hillman's 

Temperance House 
Babcock E. A^ cook. Railroad House 
Babcock Frederick A. drug elk, with Henry 

Johnson & Co. dwl NE cor Pine and Powell 
Babcock, Henry S. cashier, Wells Fargo & Co. 

dwl with W. F. Babcock 
BABCOCK JASPER, asphaltum, 180 Jackson 
Babcock William F. {Forbes & B.) dwl Essex 

first house above Folsom 
Babier Madame, dress-maker, 30 Montgomery 
Babson E. bds Benton House 
Babson Edward, 41 Cal bds with J. B. Swasey 

Bush bet Powell and Mason 
Baby F. R. Capt. P. M. S. S. Sonora, dwl 223 

Stockton 
Bach John, gunsmith, 72 Com dwl Virginia bet 

Pacific and Jackson 
Bach Martin, billiard factory, NW cor Jackson 

and Front dwl 176 Mission 
Bache F. M. elk, with Maj. H. Bacbe dwl Union 

Club NW cor Mont and Cal 
Bache Hartman, Maj. Corps Topographical En- 
gineers U. S. A. off Custom-House third 

floor dwl Union Club NW cor Mont and Cal 
Bachhous Peter F. barkeeper, NE cor Market 

and Third 
Bachman & Co. (of Los Angeles) off 64| Battery 
BACHMAN BROS. {Herman, Nathan and Da- 
vid) fancy and staple dry goods, 63 Battery 
Bachman David {Bachman Bros. ) 63 Battery 
Bachmann Isaac, proprietor New York Hotel, 

SW cor Com and Bat. 
Bachman Nathan {Bachman Bros.) 63 Battery 
Backrow Simon, jewelry, dwl 121 Bush 
Backus Charles, minstrel, dwl 234 Kearny 
Backus H. M. book-keeper, with C. Morrill bds 

Metropolitan Hotel 
Backus Julia H. Mrs. vocalist, Melodeon 197 

Wash 
Backus Oscar J. ( Gordon, Brooks, B. & Tay) dwl 

11 John 
Backus Rodman, salesman, 160 Battery 
Bacon Dean, carpenter, with Henry H. Wood 
Bacon Francis N. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 

dwl 40 Clementina 
Bacon George S. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 

bds with Thos. Blackmore 
Bacon George W. cooper, dwl 205 Clay 
Baciarini {Josej)h) & Riauda {Ponziano) coal and 

wood, Vallejo nr Stockton 
Backer William & Co. {Lmis Meyer) groceries 

and liquors, 40 First and SW cor Stevenson 

and Ecker dwl cor Clay and Wetmore Place 
Backer ( William) & Co. ( William Spreen) bakers, 

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Bacon Jacob {Toiune & B.) dwl N. s Bush nr 

Taylor 
Bacon Joseph S. {T. H. & J. S. B.) dwl Harrison 

bet Essex and First 
Bacon Louis S. sculptor, dwl 187 California 
Bacon R. H. book-keeper, 68 Bat dwl N s Jack- 
son bet Powell and Mason 
Bacon T. H. & J. S. commission merchants and 

agents Boston underwriters, 30 Front 
Badarous Camille, physician, off and dwl 205 

Wash 
Baden Jacob, baker, at Irving Bakery, cor Lick 

Alley and Kcker 
Badenhop Henry (Jianken &, B.) dwl SW cor 

Howard and Fourth 
Badger Joseph B. auctioneer, NE cor Mont and 

Merch dwl Howard nr Third 
BADGER (William G.) & LINDENBERGER 

{T. E.) importers and jobbers of clothing 103 

and 105 Battery dwl Second nr Harrison 
Badgofsky Peter, waterman, dwl W s Clara bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Badt Morris, clerk, 133 Commercial 
Bagerman August, brick-maker, dwl Mission 

Creek nr Dow's Distillery 
Baggat Charles, baker, dwl Hinkley bet Kearny 

and Dupout 
Baggs, fireman, dwl Green nr Kearny (rear) 
Bailey Alexander H. proprietor Bailey's Board- 
ing House, 89 Bush 
Bailey Benjamin, miner, dwl 5 Albion Place 
Bailey Charles, elk, 86 Mont dwl Jessie bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Bailey Charles G. collector Morning Call, SE cor 

Clay and Mont 
Bailey David W. carpenter, dwl S s St. Mark's 

Place 
Bailey D. H. carpenter, bds cor Pine and San 
Bailey Frederick P. {F. W. Shattuck & Co.) dwl 

200 Pine 
Bailey Henry, moulder, Yulcan Iron Works 
Bailey J. H. grocer, 373 Stockton 
Bailey Isaac {Knapp & B.) dwl S s Jackson nr 

Mont 
Bailey Jacob B. brick-layer, bds 89 Bush 
Bailey John (col) steward at Barry & Patten's 

dwl 9 Post 
Bailey John N. cooper, dwl S s Clementina bet 

First and Second 
Bailey Lemuel C. dwl N s Perry bet Second and 

Third 
Bailey Morris {Heath & B.) dwl SE cor Clay and 

Kearny 
Bailey Orrin, Justice of the Peace, 229 Kearny 

dwl SE cor Kearny and Filbert 
Bailey Robert, machinist, Sutter Iron Works bds 

20 Sansome 
BAILEY {Robert S. J.) & BRADLEY {John N.) 

proprietors Plaza Hotel, cor Brenham Place 

and Clay 
Bailey Sarah (widow) dwl 134 Kearny 
Bailey W. salesman, 80 Front 
Bailey William R. carpenter, with Chas. D. Kel- 

lum bds Central Place bet Kearny and Dup 
Baillie John R. miner, bds Telegraph Hill 
Bailly Arthur, porter for J. Guerin & Co. dwl 

105 Mont 
Bailly Frangois, vegetables, 292 Dupont 



Baily Pauline M. (widow) midwife, dwl 7 Jessie 
Baily William, wholesale fruits, 95 Davis dwl 

W s Kearny bet Green and Yallejo 
Bain John, blacksmith, dwl S s Ritch bet Fol- 

som and Harrison 
Baird John H. dwl Prospect Place nr Sac 
Baison Rodolphe, elk, 13 Kearny dwl 17 Kearny 
BAKER {Augustus D.) k CUTTING (Francis) 

California Picklq Warehouse, N s Sac bet 

Davis and Drumm 
Baker Caroline M. (widow) dwl 138 Dupont 
Baker C. C. {Stevens, B. &. Co.) res Providence 

R. I. 
Baker Charles, door-keeper, Maguire's Opera 

House dwl 122 Bush 
Baker Conrad, U. S. B. Mint, bds with Mrs. 

Hahn, Anthony nr Jessie 
Baker David, salesman, 66 Sacramento 
BAKER {Echvard D.) & DWINELLE (Samuel 

H.) attorneys at law, 148 Clay dwl Pacific 

nr Larkin 
Baker Edward D. Jr. student with Baker & Dwi- 

nelle, dwl Pacific nr Larkin 
Baker Ferdinand, shoe-maker, 180 Cal dwl N s 

Washington nr Mason 
BAKER FRANK, importer of carpets, 110 and 

112 Clay dwl SW cor Powell and Bdy 
Baker George L. mason, dwl 182 Cal (rear) 
Baker George P. {Bull, B. & Co.) 87 Front 
Baker George W. book-keeper, Empire Brewery 

bds Oriental Hotel 
Baker Henry, calker, bds Oregon House 
Baker Henry, ship-carpenter, dwl Ellis bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
BAKER {Henry) & CO. {N. B. Stone) and Bat- 
tles & Co. Oriental Rice Mills, W s Fremont 

bet Market and Mission dwl Dupont nr Post 
Baker Henry Y. engineer Chace's Mill cor Mar- 
ket and Beale, bds with J. W. Ross 
Baker J. merchandise broker, 81 Front, dwl cor 

Second and Bryant 
Baker {J. G.) & Steel (W. K) Shipping office 

E s Davis near Pacific dwl 25 Stone 
Baker John, wholesale grocer, dwl SW cor Bry- 
ant and Second 
Baker John H. gardener, N s Green nr Laguna 
Baker John P. salesman, S. H. Meeker & Co. dwl 

346 Powell 
Baker John W. (col) cook, dwl S s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Baker Joseph, cabinet-maker, 37 Montgomery 
Baker Joseph, seaman, bds at T. Young's Bat nr 

Yallejo 
Baker Judah Jr. {Stevens, Baker & Co.) dwl cor 

Yallejo and Mason 
Baker Lafayette C. turner, dwl 221 Pine 
Baker Lewis, manager, Maguire's Opera House, 

dwl 241 Kearny 
Baker Mary, (widow) dwl S s Folsom bet Third 

and Fourth 
Baker M. C. boards Hillman's Temperance House 

80 Davis 
Baker Orrin, blacksmith, S. F. Machine Works 

dwl 15 Sutter 
Baker Peter, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
BAKER SAMUEL, imp boots and shoes 66 Sac 

dwl Riley bet Mason and Jones (see adver- 
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Bilker Sophroriia S, (widow) dwl 222 Cal 
Baker Stephen N. drayman, dwl X a Silver bet 

Third and Fourth 
BALCII {Lafayette) & WEBBER, {Joseph B.) 

lumber, pier 20 Stewart dwl with Caleb II. 

Smith 
Balch Stephen M. (/. M. Hall <fc Co.) dwl N 8 

Stock PI nr Dupont 
Baldwin A. B. butcher, dwl Pac bet Leavenw'th 

and Ilyde 
Bakly Absalom, wood-yard, dwl IIG Dupont 
Baldwin Alex. R. 59 Front 
Baldwin Ames, bds cor Vallejo and "Wash 
Baldwin A. S. physician, 228 Washington 
Baldwin Benjamin Jr. book-binder, 70 Merclibds 

53 Mont 
Baldwin Charles, com mcht, dwl N s Folsom bet 

Second and Third 
Baldwin E. Jr. carpenter, dwl 127 Pine 
Baldwin Edwin, bdsSansome House SW cor Bat 

and Vallejo 
Baldwin E. F. dwl Hayes' Valley 
BALDWIN ELIAS J. proptr "Red Stables" 180 

and 182 Com dwl Tehama bet First and 

Second 
Baldwin Henry, game, etc. dwl W s Second bet 

Natoma and Minnie 
Baldwin Hiram S. physician, IGG Clay 
Baldwin Josiah A. with Turner & Co. dwl 128 

Bdy 
Baldwin if. dwl W 8 Stock bet Clay and Wash 
Baldwin Marcus M. {Louderhack & B.) dwl 51 

Minnie 
Baldwin Mary Mrs. fruit stand, W s Second bet 

Natoma and Minnie 
Baldwin Wm. ship carpenter and boarding, N s 

Townsend bet Thii'd and Fourth 
Balena Charles, corset-maker, dwl Adler nr Du- 
pont 
Ball A. M. W. (R. S. Eells & Co.) res Newark, 

N.J. 
Ball Charles, barkeeper, 76 Kearny bds with T. 

Doyle 
Ball F. Capt. schr Umpqua, Wash St. Wharf 
Ball Francis, dwl 5 Quincy 
BALL ( George E.) & Co. {Louis Hauck) proptrs 

Ball's Saloon, SE cor Mont and Merch dwl 

7 Waverly PI (see advertisement) 
Ball James, stevedore, dwl W s Stewart nr Mis- 
sion 
Ball John, sailmaker, dwl 286 Washington 
Ball Michael, porter, dwl 24 Battery 
Ballard Charles, lodgings, E s Leid bet Sac and 

Com 
Ballard Joseph H. ship elk, dwl E s Scotland bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Ballenger Patrick, porter, dwl NW corner Cal 

and Pratt Court 
Ballentine James, builder, 169 Cal dwl W s 

Johnston bet Mission and Market 
Ballheimer Charles, elk, NW cor Davis & Wash 
Ballin Edward, tinsmith, 249 Dupont 
Ballon John, boarding, W s Ohio nr Broadway 
Ballou S. painter, Fort Point 
Balzer Henry, upholsterer, 120 Sansome 
BAMBER JOHN, Contra Costa Express, W s 

Davis nr Vallejo dwl 61 Broadway (see ad- 
vertisement) 



Bamberger Adam, baker, dwl W s Russ Alley nr 
Sutter 

Banard (/. D.) & Co. {G. B. Temple) produce 
dealers, 55 Clay 

Bancroft Albert L. book-keeper, with H. H. Ban- 
croft k Co. bds with George L. Kenny 

BANCROFT {Hubert II.) & CO. {G. L. Kenny) 
booksellers and importers, 151 Mont dwl 
with G. L. Kenny 

BANDMANN, {Julius) NIELSEN {H.) k, CO. 
imp and com mclits, 48 Front up stairs 

Bandy Chas. laundryman, dwl Filbert nr Stock 

Banfield John F. ship-carpenter, dwl NW cor 
Harrison and Ritch 

Bangle Edward, painter, dwl 4 Central PI 

Bank Joseph, cabinet-maker, with M. Bach, dwl 
167 Mission 

Banker W. W. cigar-maker, 1 98 Kearny 

Banklaw John, coppersmith, Union Iron Works 

Banks A. J. bds Treniont House 

Banks George S. dwl 77 Dupont 

Banks John A. dwl 249 Kearny 

Banks John H. {McGruder k B.) dwl Pac nr 
Montgomery 

Banks {Thos. C.) & Bull, {Thomas) bankers, SW 
cor Mont and Com dwl 1 80 Stock 

Banks AVilliam, tailor, dwl NW cor Sac and Ma- 
son 

Bannan Edward, drayman, NE cor Cal and Bat- 
tery 

BANNERMAN JOHN B. engraver cards, seals, 
etc. 162 Sacramento 

Baquat John, tailor, W s Montgomery nr Pacific 

Barbaro Bartholemew, com mcht, dwl N s Union 
nr Dupont 

Barbat J. physician and druggist, 279 Pacific 

Barbeau Louis J. chemicals, dwl N s Market bet 
Powell and Mason 

Barber Augustus H. elk, with Holcombe Bros, 
bds Niautic Hotel 

Barber Edward E. express wagon, dwl W s An- 
thony bet Mission and Jessie 

Barber Edward W. blacksmith, dwl Columbia 
Hotel 

Barber Peter J. carpenter, bds 4 Brown PI 

Barber Thomas IT. boatman, dwl NW cor How- 
ard and First 

Barber T. J. bds Niantic Hotel 

Barber Wein S. (col'd) barber, 27 Kearny 

Barber William, atty-at-law, 11 Wells' Building 

Barbette Frederick, {Morell & B. ) dwl Drunim nr 
Clay 

Barbier A. special policeman 

BARBIER ADOLPH, wines, liquors, syrups, etc 
148 Washington 

Barbier Armand, collector, dwl W b Second bet 
Mission and Market 

Barbier Louis, cook. Job's Restaurant, dwl 102 
Broadway 

Barbolla L. fruit, S s Pac bet Davis and Drumm 

Barboro B. S. 127 Jackson 

Barckhausen Julius, book-keeper, dwl S s Louisa 
nr Fourth 

Barclay Arthur, laborer, bds SE cor Davis and 
Oregon 

Barclay Frank, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 

Barclay George R. {Haley & B.) Hotel Interna- 
tional 



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Barclay James, (Ileaney & B.) dwl East bet 

Jackson and Wash 
Harder Michael, lab, dwl S s Minnie bet Second 

and Third 
Bardon Michael, porter, 48 Front 
Bard well {J. L.) & Co. mchts, and produce deal- 
ers, Merch nr Drumm bds Hillmau's Tem- 
perance House 
Bardwell John R. bds Hillman's Temperance 

House 
Barfrede Henry, lab, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

NW cor Folsom and Simmons 
Barkeloo John, Dep'y Assessor, City Hall dwl 

31 South Park 
Barker A. H. real estate, NE cor Front and Jack- 
son dwl 202 Wash 
Barker Augustus H. elk, bds Niantic Hotel 
Barker H. M. Mrs. principal primary department 

Market St. School 
Barker Henry R. drayman for Haynes & Lawton 

dwl S s Harrison bet Second and Third 
Barker James, carpenter, dwl E s Stock nr Un- 
ion 
Barker John, hog ranclv, cor Folsom and Wood 
Barker John, laborer, 136 Pine 
Barker Joshua, book-keeper, 71 Front dwl Ss 

Tehama nr Second 
Barker M. bds Benton House 
BARKER {S. A.) & REYNOLDS (/. K) manfs 

trunks, etc. 109 Sac dwl N s Pine nr Du- 

pont 
Barker Samuel F. drayman, 67 Front dwl Teha- 
ma bet Fourth and Fifth 
Barker Stephen, drayman, 67 Front dwl Tehama 

bet Fourth and Fifth 
Barker T. L. {of Booth & Co. Sac. City) 79 Front 

dwl 263 Stockton 
Barker William, wood and lumber. Mission St. 

Wharf dwl E s Chelsea PI nr Bush 
Barkley Samuel, book-keeper, S. L. Wilson & Co. 

dwl cor Mission and First 
Barkley Wm. proptr Barkley House NW cor 

Mission and First 
Barkman Nicholas, wheelwright, 64 Sansome 

dwl 34 Kearny 
Barlaga Henry, cabinet-maker, dwl E s Yirglnia 

bet Pacific and Jackson 
Barman A. Mrs. variety store, W s Third bet 

Stevenson and Mission 
Barman John S. dwl W s Third bet Mission and 

Stevenson 
Barnard A. S. Miss, principal intermediate dep't 

Union St. School 
Barnard Charles E. elk, with James Findla, dwl 

E s Hawthorne bet Folsom and Harrison 
Barnard Edward C. elk, NE cor Bat and Pine 

dwl Hawthorne nr Folsom 
Barnard Frank, elk, 67 Clay dwl Hawthorne 
Barnard George W. porter, 82 Battery 
Barnard J. elk, with Main & Winchester bds 28 

Battery 
Barnard Robert, bds with B. Reinhart 
Barnard Thomas G. builder, dwl E s Hawthorne 

bet Folsom & Harrison 
Barnard Wm. H. barkeeper, str Pacific bds with 

Charles Yeonjans E s Jane bet Minnie and 

Natoma 
Barnes, Caroline Mrs. dwl Union PI nr Green 



Barnes Daniel, wagon-maker, 64 Sansome 
Barnes David, (Crawford & B.) dwl SE cor Val- 

Icjo and Stockton 
Barnes Dennis, carpenter, dwl 333 Stockton 
Barnes George E. [Ayers & Co.)SE cor Clay and 

Mont bds 230 Clay 
Barnes James H. at Cochituate Baths 57 San- 
some 
Barnes John, machinist, bds Michael Fagan 
Barnes Wm. W. printer, 129 Sansome 
Barnet Sam'l, clothing, NW cor Pine and Mont 

dwl 17 Sutter 
Barnett Charles, dwl NW cor Jackson and Stock 
Barnett Lawrence, drayman, dwl NW cor Bush 

and Kearny 
Barnett Louis, engineer, Alta Mills, dwl S s Mis- 
sion bet Second and Third 
Barnett Norman W. milk ranch, Old San Jos6 

Road, S Mis Dol church 
Barney Richard, carpenter, bds N. Orleans House 
Barney Thomas Y. mason, dwl 204 Stockton 
Barnhisel Olivia Mrs. dwl W s Tsdel PI nr Bush 
Barning (i?ar?nawn) & Michaelas (Christopher), 

groceries, NW cor Stockton and Yallejo 
Barnum George, teamster, bds 90 Pine 
Baron Abram, tailor, SE cor Bdy and Kearny 
Baron Henry, express wagon, bds 63 Mont 
Baron T. cigar-maker, cor Sac and Leids 
Barovich Nicholas, Sebastopol Saloon, NW cor 

Clay and Davis 
Barr James H. jeweler, dwl W s Webb bet Sac 

and Cal 
Barr Neil, moulder, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl E s 

Jane bet Mission and Jessie 
Barra Ezekiel I. Barra's Saloon, 54 First 
Barraty Francis, butcher stall, 1 Clay St. Market, 

dwl Pacific Alley 
Barrere Menuisier, dwl S s Stevenson bet Second 

and Third 
Barrett Edward, blacksmith, Sutter Iron Works, 

dwl 13 Clementina 
Barrett H. N. Mrs. boarding, dwl 261 Stockton 
Barrett J. brewer, dwl Union bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Barrett James, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 
Barrett Louis, laborer at Alta Flour Mills,dwl SW 

cor Mission and Jane 
Barrett Martin, clerk, 132 Sansome 
Barrett M. H. clerk, dwl 186 California 
BARRETT (Samuel) & SHERWOOD (Robert) 
chronometer-makers and jewelers, 135 Mont 
dwl 246 Powell (see advertisement) 
Barrett Sarah (widow), dwl N s Mission bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Barrett William, driver, Logue & Skelly, dwl with 

Terence Biggy 
Barring Margaret Mrs. dwl Pres'o Road nr Pacific 
Barrington, Wm. B. dwlNE cor Folsom and First 
Barris Alcide, clerk, 104 Battery, dwl cor Jack- 
son and Mason 
Barris Hiram D. proptr Philadelphia Market 

220 Stockton 
Barroilhet Henry, with Belloc Freres & Sescau, 

147 Clay 
Barron Cornelius, painter, dwl N s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Barron Edward, butcher, 13 and 14 Wash Mar- 
ket dwl E s Mission bet Fourth and Fifth 



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Barron Fletcher, dwl N s Oak bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Barron John, with Jno McDonald dwl S 8 Jessie 

bet Second and Jane 
Barron Joseph, with Bolton, Barron & Co. dwl 

92 Merchant 
Barron William E. {Bolton, B. & Co.) Tice-Con- 

sul Mexico, off 92 Merchant 
Barrosie G'. orge, carpenter, dwl N s Drumm nr 

Clay 
Barrow Henry, liquors, NE cor Fran'o and Stock 
Barrow Morris, tailor, dwl 3GG Stockton 
Barrow Samuel M. saloon, East bet Wash and 

Clay, dwl S s Harrison, bet F'st and Fremont 
Barry David, grocery, NW cor Mason and Lom- 
bard 
Barry D. W. watchman, U. S. B. M. 
Barry, Edward L. doorkeeper, U. S. B. M. dwl 

N s Tallejo nr Mont 
Barry James, blacksmith, 89 Pine, dwl cor Green 

and Powell 
Barry James, boots and shoes, 58 Mont, dwl 20 

First 
Barry John, dwl N s Minnie bet Second and Third 
Barry John, laborer, Fulton Foundrj', E s First 
Barry John T. printer, 118 Montgomery 
Barry J. Putnam, dwl 39 Montgomery 
Barry J. T. bds What Cheer House 
Barry Patrick, atty at law, Hentsch's Bdg, dwl 

301 Pacific 
Barry Richard, laborer S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

with Owen Casey 
Barry Richard, carpenter, bds South Park House 
Barry Richard L. carpenter, bds Mechanics' Ex- 
change cor Pacific and Kearny 
Barry Robert, tailor, dwl W s Trinity bet Bush 

and Sutter 
Barry Teresa, (widow), dwl W s Hubbard bet 

Howard and Folsom 
BARRY (r/ieo. J.) & PATTEX {Benj. A.) wines 

and liquors, SE cor Sac and Mont and 127 

Sac, dwl 166 Mission 
Barry Thomas, laborer, dwl Filbert bet Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Barry William, comedian, Lyceum theater, bds 

180 Jackson 
Barry William, expressman, dwl 256 Pacific 
Barry William, liquor saloon, 152 Sansome 
Barstow Alfred {D. B. & A. B.) 41 Mont Block 
Barstow D. B. & A. attys at law, 41 Mont Block 
Barstow George, atty at law, 79 Mont 
Barstow John F. bookkeeper for Fancher & Gough 

dwl 152 California 
Barstow Wm. H. {Luther & Co.) 118 Mont 
Bartels C. musician, dwl 376 Powell, rear 
Bartet, Guillaume. bookseller, dwl 180 Cal 
Bartet John Baptiste, laundry, dwl S s Green bet 

Powell and Mason 
Bartholemy Alexander, {Bonnet & B.) dwl 147 

Dupont 
Barthrop George, dwl 316 Stockton 
Bartleth John, bds with L. C. Baker 
Bartlett Charles II. paperhanger, dwl W s Stock- 
ton bet Post and Sutter 
Bartlett, C. Julian, associate editor Bulletin, bds 

135 California 
Bartlett Earl, attorney at law, 163 Mont, dwl 303 

Powell 



Bartlett F. A, ship clerk, dwl S s Chesnut bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Bartlett J. C. drayman, G9 Clay, dwl 57 First 
Bartlett J. Cushing, carpenter, bds with L. C. 

Baker 
Bartlett, Job C. drayman, dwl 8 Central PI 
Bartlett Jonathan C. carpenter, dwl 221 Pine 
Bartlett Jonathan D. {Farr & B.) dwl Terminus 

house, foot Third 
Bartlett Mary A. Mrs. teacher, W a Dupont bet 

Bdy and Pacific 
Bartlett X. warehouseman, bds 46 Sansome 
Bartlett Washington, Deputy Co. Clerk 12th Dist. 

Court, dwl 185 Cal 
Bartlett William T. bds 185 Cal 
Bartley Francis, boiler-maker, dwl S s Mission 

bet Fremont and First 
Bartley Robert, laborer, dwl W s Webb bet Cal 

and Sac 
B ARTLING ( TTiKtam) & KIMBALL, {Henry), 

bookbinders, 141 Wash up-stairs, dwl S 8 

Pacific nr Taylor, (see advertisement) 
Barton B. F. {Barton & Co.) dwl cor Mont and 

Sutter 
Barton C. barkeeper, 144 Wash rras Mont Block 
Barton Horace W. bds 256^ Stockton 
Barton John, dwl 256 Pacific 
Barton {John) & Co. {B. F. Barton), proptrs Pa- 
cific Salt Works, 19 Com. bds Metropn Hotel 
Barton William, stevedore, dwl E s St. Vincent 

nr Green 
BARTOX WILLIAM, proptr Barton Hall N s 

Pacific nr Stockton 
Baruch B. J. clerk, 152 Kearny, dwl 145 Sac 
Barvasse Paul, butcher, S s Pacific nr Stockton 
Barwold Louis, farmer, dwl 157 Kearny 
Barwold Theodore, merchant, dwl 157 Kearny 
Basford J. K clerk U. S. Drug Store, NE cor 

Pine and Kearny 
Bash Hermann, tailor, dwl 96 Dupont 
Basigner Xavier, brewer, dwl W s Third bet 

Mission and Stevenson 
Basquis Leopold, with Wm. Langerman, dwl W 

s Powell bet Green and Mason 
Bass T. Jefferson, drayman, 105 Front, dwl W s 

Mason nr Geary 
Basse Albert, {John Jones & Co.) dwl SW cor 

First and Howard 
Basse Thomas {Eggers k Co) dwl 110 Cal 
Bassett Abner, contractor, 85 Wash dwl N s 

Bush nr Mason 
Bassett Alonzo, stone-cutter, dwl Presidio Road 

nr Fort Point 
Bassett Charles, clerk, dwl N s Ellis bet Powell 

and Mason 
Bassett Ebenezer, granite yard. Market bet Mont 

and Sansome. dwl S s Mission nr Second 
Bassett, Nathaniel, dwl S s Pine bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Battaile T. G. impost book-keeper, Custom H. 
Batchelder John S. clerk with Brenan & Batch- 
elder, dwl 53 Minnie 
Batchelder Joseph M, {Brenan & B.) dwl 63 

Minnie 
Batchelder William H. porter, 37 Cal, dwl E s 

Taylor bet Wash and Jackson 
Bateman Charles, carpenter, bds Columbia House 

Stewart 



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Batoman Francis, baker, with Michael Bateman 

NW cor Jessie and Annie 
Bateman James, bds Cohimbia House, Stewart 
Bateman M. bds What Ciieer House 
Baker Michael, proprietor Eagle Bakery NW cor 

Jessie and Annie 
Bates Eliza M. (widow) dwl 11 Geary 
Bates George, Captain sloop Coquette, Washing. 

ton Street Wharf dwl N s Natoma bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Bates George W. drayman for C. S. N. Co. dwl 

E s Ritch bet Brannan and Bryant 
Bates John G. elk, 127 Montgomery 
Bates Henry, elk, dwl W s Third bet Bryant and 

Silver 
Bates William H. milk-ranch, N s Brannan bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Bath Albert L. wheelwright, dwl Benton House 
Bath John, dwl N s Caroline PI between Virginia 

and Powell 
Bathgate John (^McDonald & Co.) cor Clay and 

Leidesdorff 
Batker Samuel P. laborer, dwl N s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
Batteaux Daniel (Staut &, B.) dwl Musical Hall 
Battersby John, stoves and tinware, 82 Sansome 

dwl cor Pine and Sansome 
Battey Susan S. (widow) dwl W s Third bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Battle Joseph, tailor, dwl SW cor Kearny and 

Pine 
Battles Charles, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Third and Brannan 
Battles William Ward, Oriental Rice Mills, Fre- 
mont nr Mission dwl Oriental Hotel 
Batturs Edward T. clerk, T. J. Smiley dwl W s 

Third bet Folsom and Harrison 
Bauch P. G. book-keeper, P. M. S. S. Co. dwl 

Union bet Powell and Mason 
Baucher Eugene, waiter, 168 California 
Bauck John H. {Koliler, Frohling & B.) 160 

Montgomery 
:Baud Marie, (widow) dwl 40 Post 
;Baudot Casimire, salesman with L. Scellier & Co. 

dwl Brooklyn PI 
Bauer Charles, gunsmith, dwl 212 Washington 
.Bauer Emile, elk, with J. H. Still & Co. 126 

Washington 
Bauer J. A. druggist, 186 Washington dwl W s 

Mason bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Baugh Theodore E. [Sweeny & B) 135 and 137 

Clay 
Baugh W. W. 135 and IS'I Clay 
Baule Christian, miner, dwl S s Folsom bet First 

and Fremont 
Baulhaus Christian, boot-maker, 183 Pacific 
Baulsir {Nimrod) & Seal {James) block-makers, 

8 Washington dwl cor Jones and Pacific 
Baum Charles, C. H. broker, cor Oregon and Bat- 
tery dwl 156 Broadway 
Baum Julius, clothing, SW cor Battery and Com- 
mercial bds New York Hotel 
Baum L. mcht, bds St. Nicholas 
Barm Simon, salesman, SW cor Bat and Com 
Bauman H. dwl 107 Broadway 
Bauman Samuel, dwl N s Hinkley nr Dupont 
Baumester John, tailor, dwl 236 Kearny 
Baur M. confectioner, 36 Montgomery 



Baur Sophie Miss, dressmaker, 56 Kearny 
Baure Louis, shoe-maker, bds 156 Pacific 
Baurhyte Robert, engineer str Antelope 
J3AUX JOHN B. grocer N s Center bet Dolores 

and Guerrero 
Baxter Charles G. salesman, with E. Newberger 

184 Clay 
Baxter Edward H. elk, 148 Front dwl Battery 

bet Pine and Bush 
Baxter J. H. bds What Cheer House 
Baxter John T. carpenter, dwl Mission op Ellen 
Baxter Joseph G. drayman, C. H. dwl 16 Har- 
lan Place 
Baxter Louisa Mrs. boarding, 28 Battery 
Baxter Thomas, bds Benton House 
Baxter Thomas J. saddler, at 130 Sansome 
Bayerque Jules B. {Pioclie & B.) dwl S s Mission 

bet Harris and Simmons 
Bayerque N. clerk with Pioche & B. dwl Mission 

Dolores 
Bayerque R. with Pioche & B, dwl cor. Wash- 
ington and Brenham Place 
Bayerque Urban, clerk, with Pioche & Bayerque 

bds with J. B. Bayerque 
Bayless Thornton J. Golden Gate Clothing Store 

SE cor Clay and Kearny 
Bayless William, stage-driver, with P. Hunt & Co. 
Bays Henry T. ship-carpenter, bds N s Town- 
send bet Third and Fourth 
Bazile (John) & Co. (Joseph PacJc) tripe, 4 Clay 

St. Market dwl Laguna Presidio Road 
Bazille Marie Madame, millinery, 176 California 
Bazin Amic, dwl Union Hotel Plaza 
Bazin Victor, tailor, dwl W s Third bet Mission 

and Stevenson 
Beach Benj. C. clerk with Jennings & Brewster 

dwl S s Pacific nr Stockton 
Beach Chileon, drayman, with R. E. Brewster & 

Co. dwl N W cor Broadway and Mason 
Beach Eliza Mrs. boarding, dwl S s Pac nr Stock 
Beach, J. D. C. drayman, with R. E. Brewster & 

Co. dwl cor Second and Tehama 
Beach Lewis, dwl cor Mason and Union 
Beach William W. cigars, Tehama House, dwl 

302 Stockton 
Beagle Ira J. painter, dwl S s Jessie bet First 

and Second 
Beakey David, tinsmith, dwl NW cor Clay and 

Davis 
Beale Charlotte Mrs. lodging rooms. New York 

Hotel, Battery bet Commercial and Sac 
Beale George, waiter. What Cheer House 
Beale Samuel Jr. upholsterer, dwl S s Greenwich 

bet Powell and Mason 
Beale Thomas, New York Hotel, Battery nr Com 
Beals H. Channing, commercial editor Daily 

Times, dwl N s Sutter bet Powell and Stock 
Beamin Daniel, baker, bds Franklin Hotel 
Beamis T. W. (Nash & B.) resides Boston 
Bean Moses B. dwl Taylor bet Green and Union 
Beard George (Goodwin & B.) dwl 38 First 
Beard John, well-digger, dwl N s Townsend bet 

Third and Fourth 
Beardo Frank, barber, N s Jackson nr Sansome 
Beardsley J. S. butter, cheese, fruits, etc. 46 

Washington Market 
Bearing John P. book-keeper, dwl W s Monroe 

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Boaty John, porter, with Samuel Adams bds 18 

Bush 
Beatty Patrick, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

& Co. dwl 7 Berry 
Beatty Robert, hotel-keeper, dwl W a Dupont nr 

Union 
Beatty Samuel G. Jr. com merchant, dwl SE cor 

ElHs and Mason 
Boauchamp Isadoro, painter, bda 89 Bush 
Boauchamp Leander, tinsmith, dwl S s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
Beauchanips J. printer, dwl Dupont bet Union 

and Green 
Beauharnais V. E. physician, dwl 245 Vallejo 
Beaver Geo. "W. (James Patrick & Co.) dwl S s 

Market bet Fifth and Simmons 
Beaver John, carpenter, dwl 187 California 
Bebee J. bar-keeper, dwl 180 Mission 
Bee Bartholomew, junk-dealer, dwl 341 Stockton 
Bechelder Henry, porter, dwl W 3 Taylor bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Beck Adolph G. book-keeper, dwl NE cor Turk 

and Taylor 
Beck (Charles) & "Van Glahn (Henry) grocers, 

N\V cor Powell and Filbert 
Beck David L. clerk, W. T. Coleman & Co. dwl 

W 3 Dupont nr Lombard 
Beck Henry, bds Benton House 
Beck Henry, bootmaker, with John O'Kane, dwl 

181 Washington 
Beck Henry, dwl N a Hardie Place nr Kearny 
Beck Mary R. (widow) dwl 9 Virginia Place 
Beck Nathaniel A. tanner, bds SE cor Brannan 

and Second 
Beck Paul H. handcartman, cor East and Com 
Beck William, cooper, dwl Davis bet Sac and 

Cal 
Beckard Solomon (colored) dwl 25 Jessie 
Becker B. Adolph (Becker Bros.) dwl SW cor 

Bush and Stockton 
BECKER BROTHERS (M. Rudolph E. and B. 

Adolph) cigars and tobacco, NE cor Clay and 

Montgomery and Bella Union Bdg dwl 212 

Washington 
Becker N. confectioner, at 104 Clay 
Becker William, cook. Metropolitan Hotel 
Beckett Henry, polisher, dwl 61 Montgomery 
BECKH GUSTAVUS W. County Recorder, off 

cor Breuham Place and Washington dwl S s 

Pine bet Stockton and Dupont 
Beckham George C. bds Tremont House Jackson 
Beckman Eugene, clerk, with Bevans & Co. dwl 

SE cor Broadway and Stockton 
Beckman John, coffee house NW cor Second and 

Howard 
Beckner Samuel, painter, bds with Edward Nix 

6 Ecker 
Beckwith Elliot S. ship-carpenter, dwl S s Mar- 
ket bet Main and Spear 
Beckwith Henry P. stone-cutter, dwl S a Post 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Beckwith John W. carpenter, dwl W s Dupont 

bet Sutter and Post 
Bedell William, machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwl 

N s Minnie bet Third and Fourth 
Bee Camille, tailor, N s Pacific bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Bee Emile, tailor, 114 Dupont dwl Virginia PI 



Bee John D. laborer, at Fulton's Tannery bda 

Townsend nr Third 
Beebe Charles A. dwl S a ifission nr Fourth 
Beebe Josepii, calker, bds Barkley Houae 
Beecroft George, servant, with Capt. Wm. L. Dall 
Beedy Benjamin W. clerk Clinton Temperance 

House 
Beekman Patrick, baker, with Wm. Horr & Co. 
Beer Julius ( Weil & Co.) dwl 40 Post 
Beerhaus, bds 14 Sansome 
Beers B. bds What Cheer House 
Beers D. steamship Hermann, bds Railroad House 
BEERS (Henry I.) & DAVIES (JohnS.) importers 

and com merchants and paper warehouse 

83 Clay dwl Eddy bet Mason and Taylor 
Beers John, dentist, 110 Montgomery dwl E a 

Mason bet Green and Vallejo 
Beggs Mark, stone-cutter, Fort Point 
Beggs William W. engineer S. F. Gas Co, 
Begin Joseph, butcher, dwl 149 Kearny 
Beguhl Harry, Capt. sloop Caroline, dwl Pier 10 

Stewart 
Behr Herman, physician and Consul, Dessau 

& Lubeck off 184 Washington dwl N s Bry- 
ant near Fifth 
Behren George, cabinet-maker, at 123 California 
Behrens Diedrich, gardener, dwl N s Stockton 

Place between Dupont and Stockton. 
Behrens Henry C. F. physician, 34 Minnie 
Behrens James, com merchant, SW cor Caliiomia 

and Front 
Behrens Margaret Mrs. Spring Valley House Pre- 
sidio Road near Green 
Behrruann Henry, cooper, bds 64 Montgomery 
Beicke Louis, blacksmith, bds 55 Montgomery 
BEIDEMAN (Jacob C.) & PAGE (Eohert a)real 

estate agents, office 94 Merchant, bds 185 

California 
Beke Williams, cooper, N s Oregon nr Battery 

dwl cor California and Davis 
Belcher F. P. drayman, dwl 277 Pacific 
Belcher R. H. dwl 277 Pacific 
BELDEN FRANCIS C. proprietor Union Club 

Rooms, NW cor Montgomery and California 
Belden Orrin, pattern-maker, dwl with E. T. King 

Harrison nr First 
Bolderwrin Anna Miss, dwl 36 Post 
Belding H. S. foreman moulders Pacific Foundry 

dwl Isthmus House 
Belknap David P. Deputy County Clerk, Court of 

Sessions, County and Probate, dwl Virginia 

Block cor Stockton and Pacific 
Bell Abraham R. plasterer, dwl E s Simmons bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Bell Emory F. salesman, with John C Bell, 182 

Clay 
Bell George H. stationer and bookseller, SW cor 

Merchant and Montgomery dwl W s Second 

nr Market 
BELL GERRIT W. assayer, 148 California abv 

Montgomery dwl Howard bet Second and 

Third 
Bell Henry W. elk, at Wells Fargo & Co. bda 

with John W. Bell 
Bell J. carpenter, bds 46 Sansome 
Bell James, (Fulkner, B. & Co.) dwl South Park 
Bell James (colored) job wagon, dwl Union nr 

Dupont 



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BELL JAMES "W. milk ranch old San Jos6 Road 

5 from Mission Cliurch 

Bell John {Kennedy & B.) dwl cor Sutter and 

Montgomery 
Bell John, aail-raaker, at 105 Front dwl Powell 

nr Washington 
BELL JOHN C. carpets, paper, upholsterer, 182 

Clay dwl cor Dupont and Greenwich 
Bell John L. Deputy U. S. Marshal, dwl U. S. 

Court Building 
Bell John W. express department Wells, Fargo 

6 Co. dwl 259 Powell 

Bell Joseph (colored) steward, dwl Union Alley 

bet Powell and Mason 
Bell Lucius, {Elliot & B.) dwl with W. M. Hun- 
toon 
Bell Patrick, proprietor Bell's Bakery 183 Cal 
Bell Peter, dwl N s Har'n bet Beale and Frem't 
Bell Samuel, Capt. schr Emma Hayne, Clay St. 

Wharf 
Bell Samuel, ship-builder, bds N s Brannan bet 

Second and Third 
Bell Thomas, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Bell Thomas, Bell's Saloon, TO Clay, dwl 15 Bat 
Bell William, foreman Alta California, dwl 1 

Central Place 
Bell William, steamship Golden Age, dwl N s 

Jessie bet Second and Third 
Bell William, ship-builder, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Second and Third 
Bell W. H. inspector, Custom House 
Bell William J. usher, American Theater 
Bellanger J. Madame, lodgings, 238 Pacific 
Bellanger (Joseph) &■ Co. proptrs Jefferson Ex- 
change saloon, 181 Commercial 
BELLEAU EUSEBE, proptr St. Francis Hotel, 

SW cor Dupont and Clay 
Bellemere Augustus, jeweler, dwl Sutter bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Bellemere Louis, hair-dresser, 108 Commercial, 

dwl N s Howard bet Second and Third 
Belliek Gustav, cabinet-maker, at 123 California 
Bellier Antonio, carpenter, dwl 107 Dupont 
Bellingham Bay Coal Co. cor Taylor and Lombard 
BELLOC FRERES (B. & J.) & SESCAU {John), 

off 147 Clay up-stairs 
Belloc J. {B. Freres & Sescau). res Paris 
Belt John, cooper, bds 5 Sacramento 
Bemis Charles C. engineer. Commercial Fl. Mills 

dwl 149 Mission 
Benavidas Antonio, mercht, dwl N s Bower PI 
Benchel Gottlieb, tailor, dwl Cadel's Alley nr 

Union 
BENCHLET {Leonidas B.) & CO. {S. M. Alford), 

importer hardware, 62 Battery, dwl 248 

Powell 
Bendeleben Ottfried, clerk, 157 Jackson 
Bender John, piano-maker, 185 Stockton 
Bender Josiah, dwl Mission Road nr Bridge 
Bendert Henry, tailor, 79j Montgomery 
Bendixen B. auctioneer, dwl 280 Mason 
Bendixen George L. J. {Jones & B.) dwl 280 

Mason 
Benech Robert, capt. schr Anna Thillon, Clay 

St. Wharf 
Benecki Michael, physician, SW cor Bush and 

Kearny 



Benedict Wm. ship-keeper, C. K. Garrison & Co 

Bencke C. A. {Scha/er & B.) res New York 

Benkleman Adam, baker at Philadelphia Bakery, 
Third bet Folsom and Harrison 

Benn Frederick, ( Wcdertz & B.) dwl SW cor Pa- 
cific and Montgomery 

Bennan John, bottler, dwl N s Green nr D^upont 

Benner Edward B. watchman, Metropolitan H. 

Benner, Frederick M. foreman coiner's dept U. 
S. B. M. dwl cor Yallejo and Jones 

Bennett Alvin, dwl 16 Green 

Bennett A. P. at James Yantine & Co.^, dwl Ss 
Greene nr Kearny 

Bennett Catharine, (widow), liquors, 209 Dupont 

Bennett Chauncey C. special policeman 

Bennett Emma Mrs. Bush St. Laundry, 93 Bush 

Bennett George, drayman, dwl S s Silver bet 
Second and Third 

Bennett Harris, clothing, 79 Commercial, dwl 
164 Commercial 

Bennett Henry M. dwl SE cor Washington and 
Kearny 

Bennett James, carpenter, dwl Laura Place 

Bennett {James) & Harris {Lewis W.) boarding, 
N s Folsom bet Price and Harris 

Bennett James P. dwl 107 Broadway 

Bennett Mary B. Mrs. milliner, 150 Sacramento, 
up-stairs 

Bennett Michael, boot-maker, dwl W s Third bet 
Folsom and Howard 

Bennett Nathaniel, atty at law, NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Merchant 

Bennett P. B. vegetables, dwl N s Green bet 
Powell and Mason, rear 

Bennett R. H. & Co. ( W. L. Kirhy), produce com- 
mission mchts, cor East and Merchant, dwl 
Essex Place 

Bennett Robert, (col) boot-black, NW cor Third 
and Folsom 

Bennett Thomas, physician, 144 Sacramento, dwl 
N 8 Pine nr Prospect Place 

Bennett William, calker, dwl N s Jessie bet 
Second and Third 

Bennett William H, tailor, dwl SW cor Third 
and Silver 

Bennett Y'illiam W. liquors, 3 East 

Bennett, W. W. bds What Cheer House 

Benneuz Joseph, drug clerk, dwl 112 Dupont 

Benneuz Margaret, (widow), dress-maker, 112 
Dupont 

Benjamin Carrie Y. Miss, principal primary dept. 
Rincon School 

Benjamin Edmund B. ( Cameron, Whittier & Co.) 
dwl S s Howard bet Second and Third 

Benjamin Frederick, merchant, dwl 225 AVash 

Benjamin Joseph, dwl 56 Montgomery 

Benjamin Joseph Mrs. children's clothing, 56 
Montgomery 

Benjamin Tiodele, cook, St. Francis Restaurant, 
bds cor Sacramento and Waverley PI 

Benjamin W. K. drayman, 79 Clay, dwl Geary 
bet Taylor and Jones 

Bening George, Ocean Pearl saloon, cor Wash- 
ington and East 

BENSLEY JOHN, president S. F. City Water 
Works, off NW cor Sacramento and Battery, 
dwl Howard's Cottages, Mission nr Third 

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Benson D. caot. sclir Josephine, Clay St. Wharf 

BENSON {E. S.) & MILLS, (5. Belden), real 
estate agents, 170 Montgomery 

Benson George, engineer, Pioneer Flour Mills 

Benson James, book-keeper, Biggs & Ruggles, 
dwl N s Perry nr Third 

Benson John, notary public, SW cor Montgomery 
and Merchant, dwl Pacitic Club Rooms 

Benson Lewis (col) porter, 100 Front, dwl Var- 
renno bet Union and Filbert 

BENSON {Seicall) & CO. ^Wm. B. Storey), hay 
and grain, pier 9 Stewart, dwl Essex nr 
Folsora 

Benstein Edward, carpenter, dwl Bailey's Alley 
nr Bush 

Bent, Silas E. carriage-maker at H. Casebolt & 
Co.'s, bds 119 Pine 

Bentloy Thomas, cooper, cor Washington and 
Drumm 

Benton J. E. Rev. Mission Congregational Church 
dwl Valencia bet Center and Sparks 

Bents Henry, barber, bds New England House 

Benz Antoine, Louisiana Saloon, SE cor Jackson 
and Dupont, dwl Baltimore House 

Bepler Justus, acid distillery, bds with Julius 
A Koster 

Bequette Paschal, Receiver U. S. Land OfiBce 
and Pension Agent, SB cor Jackson and 
Mont, dwl Union bet Dupont and Stockton 

Berad Abraham, boot-maker. East nr Jackson 

Berberowitch K- liquor-saloon, cor Oregon and 
Davis 

Berce (Joseph) & Co. (/. J3. Boch), fish 31 Wash 
Market, dwl 132 Clay 

Berck Beanhardt, bar-keeper, 123 Sacramento, 
dwl 152 Dupont 

Berel Jacob, furniture, 242 Pacific 

Beretta Peter, machinist, dwl S s Minnie bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

Bergen H. {Schult & B.) dwl Pacific bet Stock- 
ton and Dupont 

Bergen Peter, Jr. liquors, Jackson nr Montgom- 
ery, dwl N 8 Washington nr Powell 

Bergenhime Otto, tailor, dwl NE cor Pacific 
and Powell 

Berger Colombo Madame, dress-maker, dwl 188 
Pine 

Berger Gabriel, {Geneve & B.) dwl 188 Pine 

Berger Julius, clerk, dwl 173 Clay 

Berghauser John, dwl E s Dupont nr Filbert 

Bergin {James) & Brother {Michael Bergin), soap 
factory, SE cor Green and Powell 

Bergin Michael, {Bergin & Brother), dwl SE cor 
Green and Powell 

Bergin Thomas, dwl E s Powell nr Green 

Bergmann Nicholas, wheelwright, dwl 34 Ker 

Bergson Ole, {Piper & B.) dwl 68 Merchant 

Bergstein {Lewis) & Rosenbaum {Joseph), fancy 
dry -goods, 8 Virginia Block, dwl N s Broad- 
way bet Powell and Mason 

Berhofer Conrad, butcher, dwl E a First bet Har- 
rison and Bryant. 

Bering John P. book-keeper Cunningham's ware- 
house, dwl W s ilonroe bet Bush and Pine 

Berkowitz M. cloaks and trimmings, 148 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 169 Commercial 

Berliner H. A. clothing, 35 Pacific 

Berling David, musician, dwl Laura PI nr Bush 



Bermingham John, engineer, P. M. S. S. Golden 

Age 
Berolzheimer Max, book-keeper, 85 California 
Bernal Rosalie, dwl N s Broadway bet Mason 

and Powell 
Bernard Arnold, sculptor, 175 Pine 
Bernard C. A. expressman, bds 119 Pine 
Bernard Charles, coffee mcht, dwl 355 Dupont 
Bernard George, dentist, dwl 149 Kearny 
Bernard Henry, clothing, dwl N s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Bernard Jean, engineer, French Hospital 
Bernard Jesus, dwl SW and rear Mission Church 
Bernard John, laborer, dwl NE cor Sutter and 

Kearny 
Bernard John, seaman, dwl 42 First 
Bernard Paul, watch-maker, 108 Commercial, 

dwl 150 Bush 
Bernard Robert, paints 129 Kearny 
Bernard Sier, {Tr avers & Co.), dwl S 8 Broadway 

nr Kearny 
Bernard V. boots and shoes, 180 Kearny 
Bernede John, butcher, stall 5 Clay St Market, 

dwl Laguna, Presidio Road 
Berner Henry, dwl E s Stockton nr Lombard 
Berney John, saw manufacturer, dwl with Wm. 

Berney 
Berney William, saw manufactory, 10 Kearny, 

dwl Market nr Kearny 
Bemhard Samuel, machinist, bds Philadelphia 

House 
Bemhard, Samuel H. shutter-maker at 90 Bush 
IJernhart Lawrence, at Turner & Co.'s S s Jack- 
son nr Montgomery 
BERNHEIM MAURICE, confectioner, 104 Clay 
Bernstein Henry, clerk, dwl 128 Kearny 
Bernstein Isadore, book-keeper, SW cor Battery 

and Commercial 
Bernstein Joseph, furniture-wagon, dwl S s Na- 

toma bet First and Second 
Berran John, moulder, bds with Thomas Cleary 
Berratta Peter, machinist, Union Foundry 
Berri Emanuel, dwl 135 Montgomery 
Berring Hermann, clerk with Becker Brothers, 

dwl 107 Broadway 
Berring Rudolph, cigars, NE cor Sacramento and 

Kearny 
Berry Albert & Co. Golden Gate Flour Mills, 136 

Pine, off 92 Front, dwl cor Third and Stev 
Berry David, drayman, dwl Bush nr Kearny 
Berry Fulton G. drayman, 58 Front, dwl 136 

Dupont 
Berry Henry, stevedore, dwl cor Kearny and 

Lombard 
Berry J. Qr. Master stmr Sonora, dwl Drumm nr 

Sacramento 
Berry John, blacksmith at 21 Bush 
Berry John J. waiter, at St. Charles Hotel, 21 

and 23 First 
Berry John 0. seaman, dwl S s Market nr Main 
Berry Richard N. merchandise broker, 79 Front 

dwl E s Powell bet Jackson and Pacific 
Bert Edward G. bar-keeper, with Barry & Patten 

dwl Harlan Place nr Dupont 
Bertheau C. {Zeil, B. & Co.) 48 California 
Berthenut L. P. bottle dealer, Virginia bet Jack- 
son and Pacific 
Bertody Charles, physician, 225i Washington 



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Berton Francis, cashier, llonry Ilentsch, dwl 

NW cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Bertram Frederick, bar-keeper, NW cor Clay and 

Davis 
Berwick (Thos.) & Burns {0. F.) sail-makers, 

foot Clay dwl cor Mason and Lombard 
Borwin (J.) & Alexander {Samuel) tailors. Key 

Stone House. Jackson 
Berwin John P. book-keeper, Cunningham's 
Warehouse Cunningham's Block dwl Monroe 
bet Bush and Pine 
Berwin (/'.) King (P.) & Co. clothing, 69i Sacra- 
mento dwl 164 Mission 
Besine Louie, crockery, dwl E s Scott nr Pacific 
Besinger Frederick, butcher, dwl 98 Bush 
Besson Auguste, restaurant, 197 Pacific 
BESSON FELIX {Lermitte & Co.) 66 Merchant 
Besson {Mariette) & Pons {Charlotte) Mesdames, 

French corset-makers, 14 U Sacramento 
Besson Theofried, dwl 141^ Sacramento 
Bessy A. P. & Co. {Jas. A. Broivn & S. S. Giles) 
drayman, 106 Sansome dwl S s Minnie bet 
Second and Third 
Best Samuel P. tinsmith, with D. W. Betts Sac- 
ramento nr East 
Betbeze {Augustus) & Bower ( George) harness- 
makers, 145 Sansome 
Bettnar Andrew, boot-maker, 103 Davis dwl 1 

St. Mary's 
BETTS D. W. stoves, tinware, etc. Sacramento 

nr East 
Betual Fran9oise (widow) proprietress laundry, S 

s Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 
Betuel Francois, laundry, S s Howard bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
Betyman Luder, saloon, NW cor Folsom and 

Third 
Beuchel Edward, musician, dwl S s St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Kearny 
BEVANS {Thomas P.) & CO. {John Bevans) 
druggists, SE cor Stockton and Broadway 
dwl Vallejo bet Hyde and Larkiu 
Bevans John {Bevans & Co.) dwl S s Greenwich 

nr Stockton 
"Bevens John, pressman, 68 Merchant 
Bevier Conrad, carpenter, dwl 187 California 
Bewly Allen H. clerk and collector, with G. 0. 

Whitney & Co. dwl Second nr Natoma 
Beyer Edward, porter, 119 Front 
Beyer Louis, barber, Front nr Chambers dwl cor 

Front and Pacific 
Beythien {Gaius) & Schenk {Hugo') proprietors 
New York Brewery, S s Post bet Dupont 
and Kearny res Germany 
Beziade John, tailor, 207 Dupont 
Bianchi Eugenio, professor music, dwl 113 Du- 
pont 
Bianchi Giovannina Signora, cantatrice, dwl 113 

Dupont 
Biarnez Amaris, washman, French Hospital 
Bicherd Nicholas, junk-dealer, dwl store-ship 

Lewis, Stewart nr Mission 
Bickel Conrad, dwl 35 Post 
Bickford Joseph, machinist, bds with Hugh Ca- 
meron 
Bicknell Freeman, special policeman 
Bicknell Stephen, boot-maker, bds 54 Natoma 
Bidau Pierre, real estate, dwl 232 Dupont 



Biden Charles S. printer Herald Office, Super- 
visor First District and President Fire De- 
partment dwl W s Montgomery bet Vallejo 
and Green 
Bidleman G. B. steward U. S. Marine Hospital 
Bidleman Joseph B. dwl 209 Washington (rear) 
Bidwell Henry C. dwl 287 Washington 
Biedermann Stanislaus, drug clerk, 215 Wash 
Biedert Albert, musician, dwl N s Berry bet Du- 
pont and Clara | 
Bieladinovich Nicholas, fruits, 158 Kearny 
Bielawski Casimer, clerk U. S. Sur. General, 71, 
Montgomery Block i 
Bielefeld {H.) & Landa {John) cooperage, 6' 

Washington dwl NE cor Clay and Davis 
Bien H. Rev. dwl N s Yallejo bet Powell £• 

Mason 
Bien {Morris) & Goldbach {Solomon) furniture, 

260 Dupont 
Bierbrauer John, piano-maker, dwl NE cor Pow- 
ell and Pacific 
BIESTA FEDERICO, foreign books and station- 
ery and publisher L'Eco Delia Patria, 126 
Montgomery (see advertisement) 
Biettnar Antoine, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds N s Folsom nr Toll Gate 
Bigarel Dominique, menehant tailor, 175 Wash 
Bigelow Adoniram J. dwl N s Union nr Kearny 
Bigelow Daniel, machinist, S. F. Sugar Refinery 

dwl nr Russ Garden, rear Harris 
Bigelow Elijah, gunny bags and produce, 40 Clay 

dwl Minnie nr Third 
Bigelow Jabez, boots and shoes. 53 Commercial 
Bigelow John, drayman, dwl 12 Brown's Place 
Bigelow Martin, dwl SW cor Lombard and Du- 
pont 
Bigelow Samuel C. real estate agent, cor Mont 
and Sacramento dwl N a Laurel Place bet 
First and Essex 
Bigger W. J. delivery clerk, P. 0. dwl E s Stock- 
ton nr Pacific 
Biggey Terrance, hostler, Logue and Slcelly dwl 

end Stevenson 

BIGGS {A. R.) & RUGGLES (/. E.) wines and 

liquors, 146 Front dwl Bush bet Taylor and 

Mason 

BIGGS {John E)k HERSER (G^eorsre)Cohimbia 

House W s Stewart bet Market and Mission 

Biggs Thomas D. dwl Empire Lodgings N s 

Commercial bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Bigham Samuel, bds SW cor Fourth and Teha- 
ma 
Bigler Read, clerk, U. S. B. M. bds S s Clay nr 

Mason 
Bigley Cornelius, groceries, 48 Clay dwl 117 Pine 
Bigley John, drayman, dwl 117 Pine 
Bigley Thomas {Ringot & B.) dwl W s Mason bet 

Clay and Sacramento 
Biglione Alphonsus {S. J.) Rev. Ass't Pastor St. 
Ignatius Church, S s Market bet Fourth and 
Fifth 
Bignami Louis, waiter, dwl 226 Stockton 
Eigne John, {Peter Arees & Co.) res Vict'a B. C. 
Eigne Vincent, waiter. Restaurant de France dwl 

195 Kearny 
Bignolo Joseph, crockery, dwl Bdy nr Stockton 
Bigot {Simon) & Lecler {Victor) liquors and bil- 
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Bigot Ernst, 150 Sacramento 

Bijjot^ Leon, Frencli pistols, 150 Sacramento 

Bigot Madame, embroidery and lace- washer, 150 

Sacramento 
BiKinger Mary Mrs. dress-maker, 276 Diipont 
Bill riiilip, liquors, W 8 Dupont bet Pacific and 

Broadway 
Billard David, capt. schr Kate Adams, "Washing- 
ton St. Wharf 
3illet Kdward, dwl Summer St. House 
j Billings Frederick {IMleck, Peachy & B.) 47 
I Montgomery Block dwl 91 and 92 Mont- 

gomerj' Block 
'^3illings Frederick, machinist, Fulton Foundry E 

s First 
(jjllings S. H. hostler with Lyman Clark, N s 

Jackson nr Sansomo 
Bindar William, butcher, dwl Cadel's Alley nr 

Union 
Bingenheimer Christopher, cooper, 29 Clay 
Bingham Charles E. cigars, NW corner Mont- 
gomery and Washington 
Binnev Andrew J. contractor, bds with Charles 

De Ro 
Binney Isaac B. NE cor Washing'n and Kearny 
Bioren B. T. bds cor Folsom and Wood 
Bioren Charles W. clerk, dwl cor Folsom and 

Wood 
Birch Elgin W. mate stmr Panama, dwl with 

James Stevens 
Bird Geo. W. constable, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

Third and Fourth 
Bird James, moulder at Fulton Foundry, bds with 

Brown Brown 
Bird Lawrence, dwl 125 California 
Bird Philip, cook, 68 Montgomery 
Bird R. D. Mrs. principal primary depar't Green- 
wich St. School, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

Third and Fourth 
Birdsall Elizabeth Mrs. adjuster, U. S. B. M. dwl 

Greenwich nr Stockton 
Birdsall George, laborer, U. S. Appraiser's Store 

dwl N 8 Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 
Birdsall Jonathan M. carpenter, dwl S s Mission 

bet Price and Johnston 
Birdsall, L. A. physician, bds Brannan House 
Birdsall Zephaniah, driver, Wells, Fargo & Co. 

dwl N s Greenwich nr Dupont 
Birrell Andrew, dwl W s Third bet Everett and 

Howard 
Birrell Andrew Jr. door-keeper. Maguire's Opera 

House dwl W s Third bet Everett and How- 
ard 
Bisagno Bartholmy {B. Brothers) dwl 106 Clay 
Bisaguo Brothers, {Louis & Bartholmy) importers 

crockery and glassware, 1 06 Clay 
Bischofl" Henry, clerk, with J. H. Donzelmann 

SE cor Bush and Sansome 
Bisele Borel, cook, 168 California 
Bishop Brown, liquor saloon, W s Davis nr Val- 

lejo 
Bishop Charles, bds with Edward Taylor 
Bishop Francis A. contractor and civil engineer, 

91 Pine bds with Edward Taylor 
Bishop Henry, porter, with James Phelan dwl 

cor Pacific and Sansome 
Bishop Henry, ( George Osmer & Co.) dwl cor 

Clay and East 



Bissell George W. P. (Alsop & Co.) dwl N s Fol- 
som bet Second and Third 
Bissett Andrew T. stone-cutter, Fort Point 
Bitter (TFj^Kim) &Wyman (John), proptrs Me- 
chanic's E.xchango Hotel, cor Pacitic and 
Kearny, dwl 189 Pacific 
Bittner Andrew, shoe-maker, dwl 7 St. Mary 
Bittner John, cook, bds N s Fol.som nr Price 
Biven Isaac, contractor, dwl Telegraph Place 
Biven Richard, printer, 133 Clay 
Bivins Samuel, (col), express wagon, dwl E s 

Scott, bet Broadway and Pacific 
Bixler David, atty-at-law, oQ' Eugene Casserly, 

dwl NE cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Bixler Daniel, clerk, dwl David Bixler 
Bjorkman John R. vegetables, 323 Dupont 
Black Adam, boot-maker, dwl SW cor Mission 

and Third 
Black Andrew, printer, dwl 180 Jackson 
Black Ann Mrs. dwl St. Charles nr Montgomery 
Black David, blacksmith, dwl NW cor Dupont 

and Sacramento 
Black Esther Mrs. dwl Mrs. Maria H. WadJeigh 
Black George, civil engineer, 141 Clay up-stairs 
Black Hiram, boots and shoes, W s Third bet 

Everett and Howard 
Black John, clerk, dwl S s Broadway nr Mont 
Black P. J. clerk with Allan, Lowe & Co. 141 

Clay, dwl Taylor bet Wash and Jackson 
Black Robert, gardener, N s Presidio Road 
Black William, special policeman 
Blackburn George, machinist, dwl 33 Webb 
Blackman A. dwl S s Broadway bet Taylor and 

Mason 
BLACKMAN ( 0. P.) HOWARD ( Charles Wehh) 
& CO. wholesale dealrs in wines and liquors, 
41 Com, dwl Minnie bet First and Second 
Blackmore Thomas, boarding, E s Beale bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Blackstone Nathaniel, merchandise broker, 11 

Washington, dwl Lombard nr Lagoon 
Blackwood John, bds E s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Blackwood William, book-keeper, TJ. S. Quar'trs 
Dept. dwl E s Ritch bet Folsom and Harrison 
Blahm Henry, clerk, dwl NW cor Jackson and 

Kearny 
Blaikie George W. ship-joiner, bds with James 

L. Blaikie 
Blaikie James L. ship-joiner, dwl E s Prospect 

Place, bet Sacramento and California 
Blaikie Richard T. ship-joiner, bds with James 

L. Blaikie 
Blaikie Sarah (widow), dwl S s Natoma bet First 

and Second 
Blair Archibald, machinist, U. S. B. M. dwl S s 

• Filbert nr Montgomery 
Blair Phineas S. waterman, dwl 5 William 
Blair Thomas N. policeman, dwl S s St. Mark's 

Place, bet Dupont and Kearny 
Blair William, grainer, bds Mechanic's Boarding- 

House, Market 
Blaisa Comte, bakery, S s Broadway nr Dupont 
Blaisdell Elizabeth F. (widow), furnished rooms, 

SW cor Dupont and Harlan Place 
Blaive Dominick, Very Rev. pastor Notre Dame 
des Victoires Church,dwl basement cor Chat- 
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Blake A. H. warehouseman, Hathaway & Co.'s 
warehouse, Rincon Point, dwl 8 Clay 

Blake Calvin T. (^Boyd & Co.) dwl 148 Mont 

Blake Charles E. (Cole & B.) dwl 253 Kearny 

Blake {Francis) & MofTitt {James) power-press 
printers, basement 70 Merchant, dwl SE 
cor Bush and Jones 

Blake George, builder, dwl 180 Jackson 

Blake George M. book-keeper, with Frank Ba- 
ker, dwl N s Howard bet Second and Third 

Blake H. C. bds Eaglo Hotel, Bealo nr Folsom 

Blake Jabez, milkman, bds Hall & Hunt's Milk 
Ranch, San Jos6 Road 

Blake John, clerk, 58 Montgomery 

Blake Margaret J. Mrs. chamber-maid, 2 Belden's 
Block 

BLAKE MAURICE C. Judge County Court, of 
Probate and Court of Sessions, dwl E s 
Montgomery bet Sutter and Market 

Blake Sumner C. with Blake & Moffitt, 10 Merch 

Blake 'William, (col), barber, Niantic Hotel 

Blakeley Francis, carpenter, dwl W a Powell 
bet Ellis and O'Farrell 

Blakiston John S. sail-maker, 15 Clay 

Blanc Stewart, boot-maker, "W s Battery nr Pa- 
cific 

Blanch Andrew, liquor-saloon, 2 Jackson, dwl 
cor Battery and Pacific 

Blanchard Alexander, dwl Reed bet Jones and 
Leavenworth 

Blanchard C. D. dwl S s Ellis bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Blanchard C. D. Mrs. teacher of music, Ellis bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Blanchard Claude, dwl S s Ellia bet Stockton 
and Powell , 

Blanchard David, bds 206 Stockton 

Blanchard David L. Custom- House, dwl"W s Du- 
pont nr Greenwich 

Blanciiard {Louis) & Porta {Franf^ois), carpenters, 
dwl Lestrade Place nr Pacific 

Blanchard Nelson, bds Read bet Jones and Lea- 
venworth 

Blanchard Phineas V. waterman, dwl E s Powell 
bet Bush and Pine 

Blanci Louis {Andornetti &, Go.) dwl Stone bet 
"Washington and Jackson 

Blandey Armenia Mrs. dwl S s Howard bet First 
and Second 

Blanding Lewis, atty-at-law, office with "Wm. 
Blanding, dwl SW cor Stockton and Pacific 

Blanding Wm. atty-at-law, NE cor Jackson and 
Montgomery, dwl Taylor nr Washington 

Blanken Henry (^Charles Melin & Co.), dwl NE 
cor Folsom and First 

Blankstein Louisa (widow), millinery, 81 Mont 

Blankman "Wm. physician, dwl NE cor Sono- 
ma Place and Green 

Blasdell George W. foreman for A. H. Houston, 
dwl N s Perry bet Second and Third 

Blasdell H. G. flour, grain and produce, 14 Clay, 
dwl Tehama bet First and Second 

Blaszkower Cohn, restaurant, dwl S s Post bet 
Dupont and Kearny 

Blattner John, pattern-maker, Donahue's foun- 
dry, dwl N s Everett bet Third and Fourth 

Blauvelt Richard, clerk, Quart's Dept., Bush, 
dwl Harris House 



Blaymann Edward, paper-hanger, 89 Mont 
Bleakley F. carpenter. Fort Point 
Blethen AlphonsoG. {B. & Bra.) dwl with James 
E. Blethen, N 3 Folsom bet Powell and 
Harrison 
Blethen {James E.) &Bro. (Alphonso G. Blethen), 
sash, door and blind factory, S s Market nr 
Second, dwl N s Folsom bet Price and 
Harrison 
Blethen J. H. com'r stmp Orizaba off with C. K. 

Garrison & Co. dwl 1.34 Dupont 
Bletner Nicholas, waiter at Niantic Hotel 
Bley Adolph, {Phinner &, B.) A Clay St. Wharf 
Bligh Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Union nr Stock 
Blinn Samuel P. {Adams, B. & Co.), dwl 6 Te- 
hama 
Bliss George G. butcher, dwl S s Pacific nr Polk 
Blitz Bernard S. policeman, dwl 151 Kearny 
Bloch Abraham B. clothing, 298 Stockton 
Blochman Emanuel, dwl 210 Clay 
Blochman Nanie Mrs. millinery, 210 Clay 
Block Abram, {of A. Block & Co. Nevada), off 

NE cor Sacramento and Battery 
Block Isaac B. (^1. Cohn & Co.) dwl 180 Anthony 
Block J. dry-goods, 4 Virginia Block 
Block John, dry-goods, 4 Virginia Block, dwl 

SW cor Dupont and Pacific 
Block John, tailor, 146 Kearny, dwl 145 Kearny 
Blocquet Eliza, laundry, SE cor Mason and Sutter 
Blodget J. D. wood-yard,' cor Front and Market 
Bloed {Charles) & Klund (Henry), Washington 

Hotel, 160 and 162 Pacific 
Blohm C. C. teacher, dwl S s Vallejo bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Blohm Christoph, bar-keeper, SE cor Market 

and Third 
BLOOMER HIRAM G. paints and oils, 185 
Montgomery, dwl cor Jack'n and Vernon PI 
Bloomer Isaac L. millwright, dwl N s Natoma 

bet Second and Third 
Bloomer William, stock dealer, dwl Brenham PI, 

nr Clay 
Bloomfield William G. dwl Union bet Sansome 

and Battery 
Bloomingdale H. M. (Miller & Co.), bds Jones 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Blood J. N. hatter, 67 California, dwl 20 John 
Blood I. M. hat-presser, dwl S s John bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 
Blood Joseph H. real estate broker, 93 Merchant 
Blood Levi L. book-keeper, 21 Clay, dwl 280 Clay 
BLOSSOM WM. H. proptr Blossom's Saloon, 89 

Washington 
Blum Charles, ( Wimmer & B.) dwl 148 Mont 
BLUM ISIDOR, fashionable clothing, 103 Mont- 
gomery, dwl California restaurant 
Blum (M.) & Schwartz {Lazarus), dry-goods, 2 

Virginia Block 
Blume Charles, {John SauMer &, Co.), 141 Front 
Blume Henry, shoe-maker, dwl NE cor Sacra- 
mento and Waverly Place 
Blumenberg James H. painter and gilder, dwl 56 

Montgomery 
BLUMENTHAL A. L. & SON {Julius Blumen- 
ihal) cloths, casimeres, etc. 142 Sacramento 
residence New York 
Blumenthal Julius {A. L. Blumenthal & Son) 142 
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Blumeiithnl Louis, tailor, dwl 89 Kearny 
Blumenthal >£. crockery, bds St. Nicholas 
Blumentlial Marx, tailor, SW corner Commercial 
and Sansome dwl Stevenson bet First and 
Second 
Blumn K. bds Benton IIouso 
Blun Simon, clerk, 70 California 
Blunn Edward, gardener, dwl Silver nr Tliird 
Bluxome I. Jr. coal broker, 46 Front, up stairs 
Blyman Edward, upliolsterer, Montgomery nr 

California dwl 125 California 
Blymeron M. bds What Cheer Ilonse 
Blyth Henry, dwl S s Harrison bet Main and 

Beale 
Blythe Thomas H. dwl SW cor Kearny and St. 

Mark's Place 
Boag John, rope-maker, dwl Johnston bet Bran- 
nan and Bryant 
Boardman E. H. dwl SW cor Stockton and Wash- 
ington 
Boardman Jopcph, architect, 102 Merchant dwl 

SW cor Jessie and Annie 
Boa tie Marj' Mrs. boardin<r, 184 Pacific 
Bock ( Charles) & Schaefor {Henry) Harmony 

Hall saloon. SE cor Clay and Dupont 
Bocken Henry, clerk and steward, with Schroth 

and Carl dwl 150 Montgomery 
Bockman John C. grocer, cor Jack and Virginia 
Bodcker B. musician, dwl cor Filbert and Taylor 
Boden Frederick, clerk, 212 Washington dwl Mu- 
sical Hall 
Boden John, clerk, with Joseph Brothers 
Boden Mary Mrs. dress-maker, bds Sansome 

House SW cor Battery and Vallejo 
Boden P. Mrs. cor Bush and Montgomery 
Bodie Geo. C. dwl SW cor Harlan PI and Dupont 
Bodinus William, lager beer, 366 Stockton 
Bodkin Thomas, plasterer, dwl 2 Quincy Place 
Boegler Rodolph, clerk, 183 Clay dwl Powell nr 

Broadway 
Boehm Leo, vocalist, bds with J. F. Haehnlen 
Boehm William, waiter, dwl 118 Dupont 
Boehme Frederick, musician, dwl E s Clara bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Boeson M. liquors, 13 Kearny 
Boettcher Ferdinand, clerk, 124 Sacramento 
BOFER {Wiliiam) & CO. {August Bidtmann, 
Adolph Marquard and Carl F. Marwtde) 
hardware, 138 Sacramento 
Bogan Charles, compositor, Alta California 
Bogardus John P. collector. Golden Era 151 Clay 

dwl cor Green and Hyde 
Bogart Charles, tailor, with T. J, Bayless 
Bogart Brothers (0. H. and J. M.) gunsmiths, 

112 Washington 
Bogart John M. {B. Brothers) book-keeper Gol- 
den Gate Mills, dwl 112 Washington 
Bogel Charles H. clerk, NW cor Third and Har- 
rison 
Bogel T. clerk, 223 Dupont 
Bogert Octavia M'lle, dwl 4 Waverly Place 
Bogg.s, dwl S s Clay bet Taylor and Jones 
Bogie Charles, fisherman, SE cor Sacramento and 

Drumni 
Bogren 0. John, jeweler, dwl 92 Merchant 
Bohen Dennis, hostler, bds with Andrew Turner 
Bohen George T. undertaker, dwl 199 Pine 
Bohen James A. J. brick-layer, dwl 107 Dupont 



Bohen Walter J. machinist, Pacific Foundry dwl 
107 Dupont 

Bohm S. dwl X s Green bet Powell and Stockton 

Bohm S. H. {Siraon & B.) dwl S s Vallejo bet 
Stockton and Dupont 

Bohm William, manf jeweler, 92 Merchant 

Bohme William, waiter, 211 Washington dwl cor 
Dupont and Pino 

Bohmigere Urban, vegetables, 2 Clay St. Market 
dwl Mission nr Market 

Bohn John, stoves and tinware. 296 Dupont 

Boido Dominick, fisherman, dwl S s Green bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Boio George, flour-packer, Golden Gate Mills 

Boilleau F. cashier, 197 and 199 Sansome dwl 
227 Sacramento 

Boinville John, painter, dwl W s Rassette Place 
No. 2 nr Sutter 

Boisse Eugene, hair-drcsser, 120 Commercial dwl 
147 Sacramento 

Boisse Hermoine Madame, dress-maker, 147 Sac 

Bokee D. McKenzie, clerk. City and County Au- 
ditor's, dwl 39 Montgomery 

Bokee William 0. book-keeper, with Barry & Pat- 
ten bds 39 Montgomery 

Bolan ilartin, paver, dwl Sutter nr Montgomery 

Boland A. miner, bds 28 Battery 

Bolarid {J.) & Grey ( W.) Eureka Market 27 Bush 
dwl S s Stevenson nr Second 

Boland J. B. c^erk NE cor. California and Front 
dwl St. Mark's Place 

Boland Jeremiah, salesman, dwl 47 St. Mark's PI 

Boland Jno. drayman, SE cor Union and Powell 

Boland William H. cigars, 36 First 

Bolard Valery, liquor-saloon, NE cor Broadway 
and Dupont 

Bolcoft" Rechr, blacksmith, dwl E a Sonoma Pi 

Bolen George, dwl 127 Pine 

Bollock Peter, cooper, 67 Pine 

Bolster Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Stevenson bet 
First and Second 

BOLTON {James R.) BARRON {William R) & 
CO. commission merchants and agents New 
Almaden Mines, office 92 Merchant 

Bolton John, dwl cor Clay and Prospect Place 

Bolton John H. with Bolton, Barron & Co. dwl 
92 Merchant 

Bomeisler Herman, merchant, dwl S s Sutter 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Bon Charles, asphaltura, SW cor Mission and 
Third 

Bonamour Dominique, machinist, Leidesdorfif bet 
Clay and Commercial 

BOND CHARLES R. City and County Assessor, 
office City Hall dwl S s Market op Mont 

Bond Charles W. {Janson, B. & Co.) NW corner 
Battery and Clay 

Bond David, printer, at 111 Washington 

BOND {James B.) k HALE {Henry M.) commis- 
sion merchants and agents S. F. Sugar Re- 
finery, 59 and 61 Sansome, res New York 

Bond Marietta (colored) dwl S s Broadway near 
Kearny 

Bond Richard, carpenter, dwl E s First bet Har- 
rison and Bryant 

Bond Thos. H. (col) barber, with Charles Queen 

Bond Thomas I. carpenter, dwl E s First bet Har- 
rison and Brvant 



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Bonding Matilda (widow) dressmaker, dwl 224 

Stockton 
Bonduel Charles dwl 277 Washinpton 
Bones John W. carpenter, dwl N s Green near 

Kearny 
Bonestell Louis H. with Lee & Carl, dwl 128 

Stockton 
Bonhomrae M. dwl cor Pino and Kearny 
Bonis Peter, veterinary surgeon, W s Kearny 

bet Post and Sutter 
Bonisson John, plasterer, dwl S s Geary bet Ma- 
son and Powell 
Bonnard Pierre dwl 18 Post 
Bonneau John, dwl 213 Sacramento 
Bonneau Thomas, hair-dresser, S s Jackson near 

Davis dwl "W s Montgomery nr Sutter 
Bonneau Thomas C. {McKenna & B.) dwl 31 

Montgomery 
Bonnell Allison C. book-keeper, Evening Bul- 
letin dwl E S Mission bet Bush and Sutter 
Bonnell Edwin, clerk, with Badger & Linden- 

berger bds with A. C. Bonnell 
Bonnell Henry, machinist, bds with A. C. Bonnell 
Bonnell Rufus, book-keeper, boards with A, C. 

Bonnell 
Bonner Charles, hair-dresser, at 49 Montgomery 

dwl SW cor Bush and Kearny 
Bonneron Auguste J. wine merchant, dwl S 8 

Sutter bet Powell and Stockton 
Bonneron G. A. merchant, 173 Sansome, dwl 

Sutter bet Stockton and Powell 
Bonney Edward, stationer, SE cor Sacramento 

and Montgomery 
Bonney Edwin, engineer, bda with Charles H. 

Dexter 
Bonney Olpha, dwl N s Howard bet First and 

Second 
Bonnet Annette Madame, at laundry S s Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
Bonny E. B. machinist, dwl Central PI nr Pine 
Bonny George, clerk, stm Sophie McLean 
Bons Nicholas, liquors, cor Davis and Chambers 
Bonvalot L. com merchant, dwl 213 Sacramento 
Bonzi {Pietro) & Tavelana (Jos.) refreshments, 

61 Merchant 
Boobar Elijah C. pile driver and dock builder, 

dwl S s Tehama PI nr First 
BOOKER WILLIAM L., H. B. M. Consul, office 

126 California up stairs bds with Dr. Thos. 

Bennett 
Bookstaver Samuel J. butcher, dwl 237 "Wash 
Boom "William, drayman. 71 Front 
Boone John, moulder. Pacific Foundry 
BOOTH {Adam) & CO. {Alexander Nicholson) 

produce com merchants, i and 6 Merchant 
BOOTH & CO. (of Sacramento) ofiF 79 Front 
Booth Junius B. actor, dwl W s Calhoun near 

Green 
Booth William, importer of hats, 66 Sacramento 

dwl N s Tehama bet First and Second 
Boothby Wm. L. teamster, bds Sansome House 

SW cor Battery and Yallejo 
BOOTZ ADAM, proprietor Philadelphia House, 

NW cor Bush and Belden nr Kearny 
Bootz James, drayman, dwl 4 Milton Place 
Boozane John, blacksmith. Fort Point 
Borcbers Henry, liquors, cor Drumm and Jackson 
Borchredt Hermann, clerk. Pacific nr Front 



Borde August, dwl E s Powell bet Union and 

Green 
Borde Fritz, dwl E s Powell bet Union and Green 
Bordon James, at Bell's Saloon 70 Clay 
Bordwell W. W. book-keeper, 92 Front dwl S a 

Sutter above Kearny 
BOREL ALFRED, merchant, 197 and 199 San 
Boren Levi E. clerk, with T. J. Henley bds 155 

Dupont 
Borlli Santa, cook, dwl 278 Clay 
Borman Charles M. carpenter, dwl N s Post bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Born Charles, barber, at 85 Sansome 
Born {Peter) & Gordon ( Charles) Philadelphia 

Exchange, 80 Montgomery 
Bornand Paul E. French and Spanish interpreter, 

101 Merchant 
Borneman Francis G. florist, W s Folsom cor 

Ellen 
Borneman Wm. G. (Wardvjell & B.) office NE 

cor Montgomery and California, up stairs 
Bornheimer Francis, liquors, 85 Bush 
Bornheimer Francis, tailor, dwl W s Third bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Borni Mary (widow) cook, German Hospital, S s 

Brannan bet Third and Fourth 
Bornies Frank, gardener, Presidio Road nr steam 

laundry 
Bornstein Julius, dwl N s Green nr Dupont 
Bornstein Myer J. clerk, dwl 21 Jackson 
Borrosais George, boat builder, Com nr East 
Borroughs Charles, speculator, dwl 280 Powell 
Bortar Henry, waiter, at Owen Casey's boarding 

house 
Borthwick Robert, porter, 82 Front 
Boruck Henry ( Van Lack & Brother) bds What 

Cheer House 
Boruck Marcus D. ( CJiase & B.) dwl N s Wash- 
ington nr Powell 
Bosch Wm. drayman, 11 Gordon's Block Wash 
Boschen Henry," elk, Wm. Backer & Co. 40 First 
Boschulte Theodore, com merchant, dwl X s Mis- 
sion bet Third and Fourth 
Boscor Nicholas, bds NE cor Davis and Oregon 
Boscowitz L. salesman, 81 Front, dwl with Wm. 

Langerman 
Bose Michael, teamster, dwl N s Howard bet 

First and Second 
Bose Richard, dwl NW cor Third and Howard 
Bose Thomas, miner, dwl N s Harrison, U. S. 

Marine Hospital, rear 
Bosqui Edward, 6 Montgomery Block bds 261 

Stockton 
Bosselmann William {Angelis & B.) dwl 102 

Montgomery Block 
Bossuge John, coppersmith, S s Pacific bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Boston Joseph, leather, agent Santa Cruz Tan- 
nery, U. S. Court Building, Washington 
Boston Mary (widow) washing dwl E s Jane nr 

Jessie 
Bostwick I. D. {Eaton & 5.) 64 Clay dwl Vallejo 

nr Stockton 
Bostwick 0. bds NW cor Jackson and Wash 
Bosworth George, printer, dwl 4 St. Mary 
BOSWORTH JOHN H. wholesale groceries and 

provisions, 69 Front dwl Taylor bet Filbert 

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Bosworth Martin, plumber, 43 Clay dwl with 

M. Prap; 
Bosworth Tiieo. M. assistant commercial reporter 

Bulletin and Mercantile Gazette, dwl Green- 

wicii nr Stockton 
Bosworth William, commission merchant, dwl 

Prospect PI bet Clay and Sacramento 
Bothe Charles, dwl 155 California 
Bothe Sophie Mrs. midwife, 155 California 
Bolt Wm. C. laborer, Dow's Distillery 
Bottcher Diedrich {Bruckcr. B. & Co.) dwl N s 

Green bet Kearny and Dupont 
Botteron Sophie Madame, dwl W s Dupont nr 

Union 
Botts "William Stone, refunding clerk, C. H. dwl 

S s Green bet Powell and Mason 
Bottum Geo. R. at Dodge & Shaw's 94 Front dwl 

with 11. L. Dodge 
Bouclier Charles, laborer, dwl S 8 Tehama bet 

First and Second 
Boucher (£«</e«e) & Garwig {Constant) tailors, 

123 Sacramento dwl 123 Pine 
Boucliier Frederick, lodgings, 12 Commercial 
Bouiliot Ferdinand, rnercliant, dwl 227 Sac 
Boulden George T. {Jones & Co.) dwl Eagle Ho- 
tel Beale nr Folsom 
Boulin Peter, carpenter, dwl Green nr Dupont 
Boulker John, carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Boullet Joseph, Club Rooms 210 Clay dwl Es 

Powell bet Clay and Sacramento 
Boullet Joseph Jr. bookbinder, dwl 230 Powell 
Bouloun A. T. dwl S s Union bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Bouquet Frederick, wheelwright, at 43 Pine dwl 

N s Post bet Dupont and Kearny 
Bourdinois Jean, laborer, Chelsea Laundry Third 

nr Harrison 
Bourgaoes Alexander, blacksmith, 147 Sansome 

dwl E s Kearny bet Sac and California 
Bourn William B. shipping merchant, SE cor 

Front and Sac dwl Fremont nr Folsom 
BOURNE GEORGE M. water-cure physician 

and electro-chemical baths, SE cor Sacra- 
mento and Commercial (see advertisement) 
Bourne J. B. book-keeper, with Castle Bros, dwl 

NW cor Greenwich and Dupont 
BOURNE RUSSELL (o/J5oMrne, Ehvell & Co. 

Marysville) ofiSce 92 Front bds American 

Exchange 
Bourquin Charles, dentist, 261 Dupont 
Bourseur Edouard, laborer, with Auguste Dolet 
Boutier Louis, laborer, at Chelsea Laundry Third 

nr Harrison 
Boutin Henry, clerk, Echo du Pacifique bds Cal- 
ifornia Hotel 
Boutinon S. proprietor Stockton Exchange cor 

Stockton and Pacific 
Bouvet Jules, laborer, with M. Burnett S a Min- 
nie bet Third and Fourth 
Bouwman (Bernard) & Spanagel ( George) boots 

and shoes, 124 Clay dwl cor Trinity and 

Sutter 
Bovee James G. policeman, dwl W s Kearny nr 

Green 
Bovee ( William K) & Co. {Ira Marden) coffee 

and spice, 123 Front res Oakland 
Bovyer William L. carpenter, dwl S s O'Farrel 

bet Dupont and Stockton 



Bowden Benjamin, dwl E s Fourth bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Bowden Charles S. salesman, with Jno. W. War- 

rin dwl Minnie nr Third 
Bowden John, porter. Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Bowden William, painter, dwl Filbert nr Leav- 
enworth 
Bowdoin M. L. porter, with T. J. Poulterer & Co. 

bds 18 Bu.sh 
Bowdren Michael, porter, 72 California 
Bowen Archibald, stevedore, dwl N s Francisco 

nr Dupont 
Bowen (Chas. F.) & Richardson {Jacob M.) milk 

ranch Presidio Road 
Bowen E. W. book-keeper, Macondray & Co. dwl 

125 Montgomery 
Bowen Ezekiel C. laborer, U. S. B. Mint 
Bowen Gardner C. physician and druggist, SW 

cor Clay and Kearny 
Bowen J. B. (Dietrich & B.) dwl 3 Virginia PI 
Bowen Michael, laborer, dwl W s Trinity bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Bowen Samuel M. dwl E s Stockton nr Lombard 
Bower George (Bdheze & B.) dwl W s Buena 

Vista bet Sacramento and California 
Bowers Alexander, S s Card's Alley bet Vallcjo 

and Green 
Bowers Howard M. (Nicholson & Co.) dwl cor 

Green and Kearny 
Bowers John B. (Davis & B.) dwl W s Fremont 

nr Folsom 
Bowers Joseph, carpenter, bds Mechanic's Board- 
ing House, Market 
Bowers L. J. Mrs. principal primary department 

Union St. School 
Bowhen Elizabeth, laundress, 57 Sansome dwl 

Trinity 
Bowie, Augustus J. physician, St. Mary's Hospi- 
tal, off 174 Clay dwl NW cor Stockton and 

Sutter 
Bowie David, book-keeper, with J. J. Lecount 

111 Montgomery 
Bowie M. bds What Cheer House 
Bowie Mary Mrs. (widow) boarding, 263 Sac 
Bowie Michael, porter, 39 California 
Bowink Henry, broom-maker. Sac nr Drumm 
Bowler Mary (widow) dwl W s Jessie bet Second 

and Third 
Bowler Thomas, bar-keeper, Barra'a Saloon 54 

First 
Bowles George, carpenter, dwl Union nr Larkin 
Bowlin Charles, laborer, bds E s Battery nr Pac 
Bowling G. laborer, Cal. Sugar Refinery dwl E s 

Battery nr Pacific 
Bowman George F. dwl with Samuel C. Bigelow 
Bowman H. H. accountant, dwl 107 Broadway 
Bowman James, real estate, dwl 80 Bush 
Bowman James F. Deputy Co. Clerk and ass't 

editor Home Journal, dwl Virginia Block, 

Stockton 
Bowman, James G. engineer, dwl 7 Waverly PI 
Bowman Joel K. boarding, N s Folsom bet Third 

and Fourth 
Bowman John, musician, dwl Ss St. Mark's PI 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Bowman John T. dwl S s Sacramento bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Bowman Lewis, rope-maker, dwl 18 Sacramento 



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Bowman Robert, drayman, dwl S s Mission bet 

Johnston and Price 
BOWMAX SAMUEL M. {Sloan & B.) attorney, 

NW cor Jackson and Montgomery dwl N s 

Harrison bet First and Fremont 
Bowman Samuel P. bds N s Folsom bet Third 

and Fourth 
Bowman 'William, laborer, at Turner Bros. 
Bowne George M. forwarding merchant, dwl 

with Wm. F. Bowno 
Bowne William F. forwarding merchant, dwl W 

.1 Fremont bet Folsom and Harrison 
BOYCE THOMAS, advertising and news agent, 

NK cor Montgomery and Washington dwl 

Bryant nr Third (see advertisement) 
Boyd Alexander, attorney-at-law, 11 Well's 

Building dwl 191 Pine 
Boyd James T. (Janes, Lake & B.) dwl Green- 
wich nr Stockton 
Boyd John, carpenter, bds What Cheer House 
Boyd 0. D. clerk, Alden's Restaurant Tehama 

House 
BOYD 0. H. & CO. {Calvin Blake) hatters, 136 

Montgomery dwl 207 Stockton 
Boyd T. architect, 94 Montgomery 
Boyd Theodore C. engraver and agent Episcopal 

Church Book Society, 125 Clay, dwl Tehama 

nr Second 
Boyd Thomas, fireman, dwl 38 Commercial 
Boyd William, capt. bark Charles Devans dwl 

Pier 1 Stewart 
Boyd William A. sawyer, with Hobbs, Gilmore 

&Co. 
Boyer William, boat-maker, dwl Folsom bet 

Harris and Simmons 
Boyers David, laborer, dwl Sac nr Drumm 
Boyes Charles, tailor, 20 Montgomery 
Boyle Edward, laborer, 71 Front dwl S s Hunt 

bet Second and Third 
Boyle Edward, miner, dwl SW cor Howard and 

Third 
Boyle George S. dwl 171 Clay 
Boyle James, ship carpenter, NW cor Bryant 

and Third 
Boyle John, gas-fitter, bds Manhattan House 
Boyle John C. gas-titter, with Swain & Co. dwl 

Manhattan House, Front nr Battery 
Boyle John H. watchman, bds S s Stevenson nr 

Second 
Boyle Owen, hostler, at A. De Tavel bds 129 

Pine 
Boyle Thomas, ship-joiner, dwl N s California 

abv Stockton 
Boyle Thomas J. ship-joiner, dwl S s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Boyle William L. dentist, I7l Clay 
Boylen Joseph, merchant, bds 89 Bush 
Boylen Patrick, fireman, dwl XE cor Chambers 

and Battery 
Boynton William, Mystic Market X s Davis nr 

Pacific 
Boyreau C. cashier, with V. Marziou & Co. dwl 

X s Sutter bet Dupont and Stockton 
Boysen Charles, hat manf 84 Kearny dwl X s 

Mission bet Second and Third 
Boysen Julius, dwl X s Mission below Third 
Bozlen Charles, fraits, dwl 362 Stockton 
BRACKETT {J. George) & KEATING {James 



P.) Boston boot and shoe store, S s Second 
nr Market 
Brackett John, laborer, at Chelsea laundry Third 

nr Harrison 
Brackett John B. carpenter, dwl Mason bet Clay 

and Washington 
Brackett Xathaniel, millwright, dwl N s How- 
ard bet First and Second 
Brackett ( William A.) & Keyes {Orsen H.) Stew- 
art St. Market W s Stewart nr Mission dwl 
XE cor Post and Kearny 
Bracy W. S. ( Urmy B. & Heister) 66 Merchant 
Bradbury Hiram, dwl W s Ohio nr Broadway 
Bradbury James W. tinsmith, 41 Battery 
Bradbury Osgood N. clerk, with Griffin & Bros. 

bds with A. P. Bessy 
Bradbury L. L. Tehama House 
Bradbury P. W. stationer, dwl W s Ohio nr Bdy 
Bradbury William B. carpenter, E s Third bet 

Mission and Market 
Bradford Geo.'B. lumber, dwl S s Tehama bet 

First and Second 
Bradford Thomas G. {Hallidie & Co.) dwl 179 

Stockton 
Bradford Woodbury, foreman Prices Current and 
Shipping List, dwl S s Union bet Powell 
and Mason 
Bradley Eliza Mrs. millinery, Washington nr 

Stockton 
Bradley George L. merchant, off 60 California 
Bradley Henry W. importer daguerreian mate- 
rials, 177 Clay 
Bradley Hugh, plasterer, dwl E s Mason nr Bdy 
Bradley James H. dwl X s Wash nr Stockton 
Bradley John X. {Bailey & B.) dwl Plaza Hotel 
BRADSHAW {Samuel C) & CO. {Turrell T. 
Bradshav:) grocers, XE cor California and 
San dwl S s Post bet Kearny and Mont 
Bradshaw Turrell T. {Bradshaw & Co.) dwl with 

Samuel S. Sprague 
Bradt Garreon G. policeman, dwl Miles PI nr 

Sacramento 
Brady Barney, laborer, dwl E s Sonoma PI nr 

Green 
Brady Benjamin, merchandise-broker, 43 and 45 

California 
Brady Caroline, (widow) dwl S s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Brady James, laborer, dwl W s Brooks bet Mar- 
ket and Geary 
Brady James G. printer. Alta California 
Brady J. G. bds What Cheer House 
Brady John, boiler-maker. Union Foundry dwl 

X s Jessie bet First and Second 
Brady John, bricklayer, bds 18 Bush 
Brady John, store-keeper, American Exchange 
Brady John J. dwl XW cor Third and Townsend 
Brady John R. carpenter, dwl X s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Brady Joseph, laborer, dwl 36 Stevenson 
Brady M. watchman, American Exchange 
Brady Mary Miss, seamstress, bds 5 Sacramento 
Brady Matthew, laborer. Fort Point 
Brady Michael, dwl 36 Stevenson 
Brady Owen, broom-maker, bds 5 Sacramento 
Brady Patrick, bottler, SE cor Bat and Jackson 
Brady Patrick, 80 Commercial dwl E s Rassette 
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Brady Philip L. molder, dwl S a Geary bet Du- 
pont and Kearny 

Brady Thomas, N. Y. dry-goods store, Montgom- 
ery bet Pine and Bush, dwl N a Sutter bet 
Powell and Stockton 

Brady Thomas A. reporter Ilerald, dwl 185 Cal 

Bragdon Samuel II. tinsmith at 117 Sansome 

BRAGG GEORGE F. & CO. commission mer- 
chants, 39 California, dwl S s Clay bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Bragg Robert, ship-joiner, dwl N s Rincon bet 
Beale and Main 

Braham Lewis, clerk, 87 Commercial 

Brally Daniel, engineer, bds Brooklyn Hotel 

BRALY U. A. oU" NW cor Front and Commer- 
cial, dwl Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 

Bramer John, ( Wheelock & B.) dwl East nr Jack- 
son 

Brarason Henry, machinist, bds Philadelphia Hs 

Branch William, baker, dwl cor Robins' Place 
and Union 

Brand Austede, dwl 117 Merchant 

Brand Herman, cigar manufactory, S s Bush bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 

Brand Leonard, with Hamburg Bakery, S s Mis- 
sion bet Third and Fourth 

Brand Marie Madame, dress-maker, 117 March 

Brander John S. at L. Hazelquist's, dwl SE cor 
Jackson and Virginia 

Brandenstein Joseph (A. S. Eosenbaum & Co.), 
dwl Minnie bet First and Second 

Brandenstein Meyer, drayman, dwl 78 Bush 

Brandhofer M. tailor, dwl W s Mont nr Pacific 

Brandon Joseph R. real estate agent, 133 Clay, 
dwl Folsom nr Second 

Brandt B. L. sign-painter, 100 California, dwl N 
s Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 

Brandt Louis, dwl Paul's Court, 2 27 Dupont, rear 

Branger John, cook, American Exchange 

Brangon R. M. {T. II. Hatch & Co.), 44 Wash 
Market, dwl N s Clay abv Mason 

Brankin Michael, with Crosby & Dibblee, dwl 
182 California 

Brannan James, laborer, dwl W s Ohio near 
Broadway 

Brannan John, agent S. Brannan, off 3 Masonic 
Hall, dwl Second bet Minnie and Natoma 

Brannan John, with Felix, Daly & Co. 18 Mont- 
gomery, bds 46 Sansome 

Brannan Martin, dwl cor Battery and Green 

Brannan Michael, porter, Metropolitan Hotel, dwl 
Market nr Sansome 

Brannan (Patrick) & Dunnigan (Patrick), black- 
smiths, S s Summer bet Kearny and Mont 

Brannan Richard, mason, dwl E s Second bet 
Folsom and Clementina 

Brannan Samuel, off 3 Masonic Hall, dwl Sec- 
ond bet Minnie and Natoma 

Branniff John, asphaltum-worker, dwl E s Du- 
pont bet Post and Sutter 

Branscheid William, shoe-maker, dwl N s Pacific 
nr Stockton 

Braouse Anna Madame, teacher, dwl 374 Stock 

Brasca Antoine, restaurant Twenty-two Cantons, 
168 California 

Brasca Louisa J. Madame, dwl 168 California 

Brash John, baker. Deeth & Starr, dwl N s Te- 
hama bet Fourth and Fiflh 



Brauer A. bds W s Mason bet Vallejo and Bdy 
BRA ITER (Claus) & CO. (Edward Manck), gro- 
ceries and liquors, SW cor California and 

Quincy, dwl 9 Quincy 
Braverman (Louis) & Levy (John), watches, 

jewelry, etc. 167 Washington 
Bray & Brother, (John G. & W. A. Bray), com 

merchants, agents Alviso Flour Mills, 103 

Front, res Santa Clara 
Bray Walter, actor, Lyceum theater 
Bray William A. (Bray & Brother), 103 Front 
Brazanovich Manuel, liquor-saloon, dwl NW cor 

Quincv and Pine 
BRAZANOVICH MATTHEW, liquors, 6B Merch 
Brazier J. carrier Herald, dwl G. B. Larrabee, 

Harlan Place 
Brazor John, clerk, 154 Clay 
Breant Leon, tailor, 114 Dupont 
Breask Julius, tailor, 20 Commercial 
Brecht Augustus, wood and coal-yard, N s Geary 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
BRECK CHARLES E. lumber, 19 California, 

bds Brannan House 
Breck Samuel, 52 Clay, dwl S s Howard, bet 

Front and Second 
Breda Madame, billiards, S s Broadway nr Dupont 
Breda Pierre, mason, dwl S s Bdy nr Dupont 
Bree John, brass-finisher, dwl E s Anthony bet 

Mission and Jessie 
Bree Margaret F. Mrs. dress-maker, dwl with 

John Bree 
Breed Edward A. quartz-miner, bda NE cor 

Sacramento and Stockton 
Breed Daniel C. (Breed & Chase), dwl NE cor 

Sacramento and Stockton 
BREED (D. N. & Daniel C.) & CHASE (A. J.) 

importers groceries and provisions, 94 Clay, 

dwl cor Stockton and Sacramento 
Breed John H. laborer, with Jonas Call, Presidio 

Road 
Breen (Thomas) &, Gallagher (John), brass-foun- 
ders and machinists, 12 Battery, dwl 23 

Battery 
Breenan James, laborer, 43 Clay 
Breeuer John, cooper, bds Clinton Temp. House 
Breeze Louis, clerk, NW cor Sacramento and 

Sansome, bds N s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Breeze Thomas (Eugene Kelly & Co.), dwl N s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Breisacher Solomon, baker, with H. Hoesch & 

Co. dwl 1 68 Clay 
Brekle G. Golden Gate Brewery, cor Union and 

Jones 
Breman Edward, porter, cor Front and Sac 
Bremer William, malster Empire Brewery, 106 

Jessie 
Bremmerman Henry (Jacoly & B.) dwl N s Fol- 
som bet Third and Fourth 
Brenan James, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

&Co 
BRENAN (John T.) k BATCHELDER (Joseph 

M.), lumber-dealers, pier 3 Stewart, res 

San Antonio 
BRENHAM CHARLES J. Notary Public and 

Commissioner for all states and territories, 

NW cor Montgomery and Merchant, dwl 

Green bet Stockton and Powell 
Brennan Edmond, porter, dwl 56 Stevenson 



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Brennan (James) ft Co. (John McIIugh), produce 
commission mercliauts, N s Clay nr Drumra, 
res Santa Cruz 

Rrcnnau Jolin, carpenter, bds New Texas lis 

Breunan T. "W. Port "Warden, office 42 U. S. 
Court Building, dwl IGSansomo 

Brenner G. (B. Brothers) dwl 6G Montgomery 

Brenner Brothers (.1. & G.) tailors, G6 Mont 

Bronscheid William {Staih & Co.) dwl Pacific 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Brent John L. {Saunders & B.) dwl Prospect PI 
nr Sacramento 

Breslau John, mason, dwl E s Second bet Folsom 
and Clementina 

Breslauer Henry, importer, dwl 11 Geary 

Breslin John, stone-mason, dwl NE cor Folsom 
and Second 

Bresson Joseph, proptr Tivoli House, S s Center 
bet Mission and Valencia 

Bretling Felippina, (widow), dwl 18 Post 

Bretsel Auguste, machinist, bds Philadelphia Hs 

Brett John R. dwl N s Folsom bet First and 
Second 

Brew Nathaniel, ship-carpenter, dwl S s Clary 
bet Fourth and Ritch 

Brewer Frederick A. dwl Lewis Place bet Tay- 
lor and Jones 

Brewer Jacob, carpenter, S s Market bet Third 
and Fourth 

Brewer John H. atty at law, off Masonic Hall 

Brewster Benjamin (Jennings & B.) dwl Virginia 
Block 

Brewster John, plumber, dwl Portrero SE Bran- 
nan St. Bridge 

Brewster John Jr. plumber, bds What Cheer Hs 

BREWSTER R. E. & CO. (0. Dickinson, Jr. and 
James Harrold) wholesale grocers, NW cor 
Front and Clay, dwl NW cor Harrison and 
Second 

Brian Edward E. proptr Empire State Dining- 
Saloon, 144 Clay 

Briant Edward, messenger Custom House, dwl 
S s Chesnut bet Stockton and Powell 

Briant Wolfort D. at W. H. Bovee & Co. dwl 
Greenwich nr Powell 

Bricht Frederick, drayman, with Augustus Bricht 
N s Geary bet Dupont and Stockton 

Brick Peter, laborer, dwl 111 Kearny 

Brickwedel Aaron (Brickwedel & Co.) groceries 
SE cor Kearny and Union, dwl cor Kearny 
and Union 

BRICKWEDEL CHARLES H. Steamer Dining- 
Saloon, E s Stewart nr Folsom 

Brickwedel Francis, clerk for John Brickwedel, 
bds SW cor Market and First 

BRICKWEDEL HENRY & CO. (Otto Kloppen- 
herg), wines and liquors, 93 California, dwl 
268 Powell 

Brickwedel J. groceries and liquors, SW cor Mar- 
ket and First 

Brickwedel Jacob (Brickicedel & Co.), dwl NE 
cor Clay and Waverly Place 

Brickwedel (John) & Co. (Aaron and Jacob Brick- 
wedel), groceries and liquors, NE cor Wa- 
verly Place and Clay 

Bridge William, drayman, bds 4 Brown's Place 

Bridgers R. P. overseer. Fort Point 

Bridges, Charles P. laborer, City Laundry 



Bridle Thoma.s, dwl S s Union nr Stockton 

Brieger Sigmund, baker, dwl NW cor Trinity 
and Trinity Court 

Briel H. bds What Cheer House 

Briel Henry, upholsterer with J. Y. McElwee 
& Co. dwl 212 Washington 

Brien Cornelius, laborer, bds N s Pacific nr Front 

Brigerman Henry, tailor, dwl N s Green nr 
Stockton 

Briggs Benjamin F. superintendent Hathaway & 
Co.'s warehouse, Rincon Point, dwl 8 Clay 

Briggs Edgar, with Adolph Sutro & Co. dwl 
Stockton nr O'Farrell 

Briggs G. bds Hillman's Temperance House, 80 
Davis 

Briggs George N. milk-ranch, cor Pine and Yan 
Ness Avenue 

Briggs G. Y'. stoves and tinware, 1 34 Davis 

Briggs James, liquors, Bay bet Stockton and Du- 
pont 

Brigham Dexter Jr. dwl 169 Mission 

BRIGHAM S. 0. salesman Grover & Baker's 
sewing-machines,118 Montgomery (see adv) 

BRIGHAM Y'lLLIAM H. druggist, 131 Com- 
mercial, dwl cor Clementina and Second 

Bright John, laborer, dwl S s' Green nr Sansome 

Bright Robert, fireman, dwl 279 Pacific 

Brignardello E. (Brignardello & Brothers), dwl 
191 Pacific 

Brignardello, Santiago & Bros. (S. <fc E. Brignar- 
dello), hardware, 191 Pacific, dwl Stockton 
nr California 

Brignardello S. (Brignardello & Brothers), dwl 
191 Pacific 

Brignardello (Stefen) & Macchiavello (John), ver- 
micelli and maccaroni manufactory, 164 San- 
some, dwl Vi s Stockton bet Cal and Sac 

Brince Carain Madame, dress-maker, W s Dupont 
bet Broadway and Pacific 

Brindle YHlliam, bricklayer, dwl N s Jessie bet 
First and Second 

•Brintnall Wm. gardener, dwl S s Everett bet 
Howard and Mission 

Briody Margaret Mrs. dwl N s St. Charles near 
Montgomery 

Brisac Felix, dwl NE cor Jones and Washington 

Bristol Joseph D. atty at law, SW cor Clay and 
Montgomery, dwl 171 Clay 

Britenel Gustave, laundry, Sutter bet Hyde and 
Larkin 

Britenel Madame, laundry, S s Sutter bet Hyde 
and Larkin 

BRITTAN (John W.) & AYERS (Ellis) imps 
stoves, tin plate, iron, etc. 58 and 60 Sacra- 
mento and 67 Front 

Brittan Joseph S. bds 178 Mission 

BRITTON (Joseph) & CO. (Henry Steinegger & 
X. Tan DeCastelle), lithographers, NE cor 
Montgomery and Commercial, up stairs, dwl 
cor Union and Taylor 

Broad ( Charles) & Co. (Henry Suhling), grocers, 
SE cor Bush and Dupont, dwl 131 Bush 

Broad James, laborer, dwl Taylor bet Chestnut 
and Lombard 

Broadhurst Y'illiam, clerk, dwl Knickerbocker 
Engine House 

Brocas J. W. ladies' department Post-Office dwl 
Tremont 



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Brock Ruben R. with W. P. ITiller, dwl N 8 Cal- 
ifornia bet Dupont & Stockton 

Brodeck G. shoe-maker, 127 Davis 

Brodcrick David C. U. S. Senator, dwl Union 
Hotel 

Broderick John, laborer at Sugar Refinery, bds 
NHl cor Price and Bryant 

Broderick Thos. J. boot-maker, GO Montgomery 

Brodie John P. general agent Andreas Pico, 127 
Montgomery, dwl 377 Powell 

BRODIE SAMUEL H. atty at law, 98 Merchant 
dwl Harris House 

Brodio William, foreman-molder. Union Foundry, 
dwl E s Jane nr Minnie 

Brodt Henry, dwl 244 Kearny 

Brodwolf George {PeUetier & B.), dwl SE cor 
Mission and Jane 

Brody J. G. compositor Daily Times 

Brogan Michael Jr. proptr Astor Bakery, SE cor 
Third and Hunt 

Brogan Michael Sr. dwl SE cor Third and Hunt 

Brokaw Isaac E. ( Williams & B.) dwl 105 Sac- 
ramento 

Brokaw James, sash and blind factory, SW cor 
Mission and Fremont, dwl S s Bush bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 

Broil John, carpenter, bds Piiiladelphia House 

Bromley Washington L. book-keeper Herald, dwl 
S s Lombard bet Stockton and Powell 

Bromley William P. pilot stmr New World, dwl 
N s Riley bet Taylor and Jones 

Bromm'er Glaus {B. & Brother) dwl NW cor Third 
and Bryant 

Brommer {Diedrich) & Brother ( CRaus Brommer), 
groceries and liquors, NW cor Third and 
Bryant 

Bromstone George, with Baker & Cutting 

Bronstrup Wm. elk, bds SW cor Folsom & Third 

Broomfield Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s Yallejo 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

BROOKS AARON, bedstead and furniture man- 
ufactory, SW cor Mission and Fremont, dwl 
S s Sutter bet Sansome and Montgomery 

BROOKS BENJAMIN S. atty at law, otBce 163 
Montgomery,dwl NW cor Pine and Stockton 

Brooks Charles, ship-joiner, dwl SE cor Pacific 
and Davis 

Brooks Charles Wolcott, shipping and commis- 
sion merchant, 123 Sansome dwl 269 Stock 

Brooks C. N. Mrs. Brook's House, SE cor Pine 
and Sansome 

Brooks David, with John McDonald, bds S s Ste- 
venson bet First and Ecker 

Brooks Edmond, crockery and glassware, 145 
Battery 

Brooks Edwin L. B. attorney at law, dwl N s 
Broadway bet Sansome and Battery 

Brooks Eliphalet C. carriage-maker, bds What 
Cheer House 

Brooks F. bds Railroad House 

Brooks Frank W. (George J. Brooks & Co.) 123 
Sansome 

Brooks George, carpenter, 261 Sacramento dwl 
W s Prospect PI bet Sacramento and Cal 

BROOKS GEORGE J. & CO. {Frank W. Brooks) 
importers and dealers in printing, writing 
and wrapping papers and printing materials 
123 Sansome dwl 269 Stockton 



Brooks Henry book-keeper, 96 Front 

Brooks Henry S. bds Brooks' House cor Pine and 

Sansome 
Brooks Ira, freighting agent, Wash St. Wharf 
Brooks J. bds Benton House 
Brooks Jane (widow) dwl S s Brannan bet Har- 
ris and Simmons 
Brooks (James) Daggett (7?. 3f.) & Foard (./. 
JfcD.) Editors and proprietors Golden Era 
151 Clay, dwl 241 Clay 
Brooks John, bds SE cor Davis and Oregon 
Brooks, John L. cutter, Walter and Tompkins 
Brooks John W. (Gordon, B. Backtis & fay) re- 
sides New Tork 
Brooks Joseph, drayman, with Baker & Cutting, 

dwl Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Brooks Robert C. ship-carpenter, dwl W s Du- 
pont bet Geary and O'Farrell 
Brooks Samuel H. dwl 167 Commercial 
Brooks Sampson, W s Third bet Howard and 

Folsom 
Brooks Stephen S. contractor, dwl S s Minnie bet 

Third and Fourth 
Brooks Thomas, workman. Pacific Oil Works cor 

Chesnut and Taylor 
Brooks William H. J. searcher of records 163 
Montgomery dwl NW cor Pine and Stockton 
Brooks William P. carpenter, dwl junction of El- 
lis, Market and Stockton 
Brophy M. laborer. Appraiser's department, C. 

H. dwl Taylor bet Post and Geary 
Brosnan Charles M. attorney at law, 6, 7 and 8 

Parson's Bdg, dwl cor Green and Dupont 
Brougham John, barber, bds 233 Kearny 
Brouilletto John B. bar, dwl 182 Stockton 
Browere A. D. 0. artist, 133 claj', up stairs 
Brower Andrew, fireman, dwl 5 Jackson 
BROWER DANIEL R. State Bakery 248 Du- 
pont, dwl Taylor nr Clay 
Brower Henry J. Carpenter, bds Hillman's Tem- 
perance House 
Brower Robert, dwl 5 Jackson 
Brown Abert, laborer, dwl 18 Jessie 
Brown Adolphus, dwl SW cor Mason and Eddy 
Brown Alexander, works for Wass, Uznay & Co. 

dwl N s Bryant bet Third and Fourth 
Brown Archibald, tinsmith, W s Third bet Fol- 
som and Howard 
BROWN B. liquors, 86 and 88 Clay 
Brown Bazil (colored) bar-tender, E s Battery nr 

Broadway 
Brown Benjamin, policeman, dwl S s Mission nr 

Ellen 
Brown Brown, carpenter, dwl E s Ritch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Brown Charles, proprietor tanneries Santa Cruz, 
off with Beers and Davis, dwl cor Eddy and 
Mason 
Brown Charles, tinware and stoves, 20 Kearny 

dwl Philadelphia House 
Brown Chas. liquors, 37 Jackson dwl 23 Jackson 
Brown Charles, carpenter, dwl N s Minna bet 

Second and Third 
Brown Charles, brickmaker, with Chas. Morris 
Brown Charles, fisherman, 8 Sacramento 
Brown Charles, with Coffey and Risdon, NE cor 

Bush and Market 
Brown Charles, dwl W s Dolores nr Center 



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Brown Charles Frederick, confectioner, Dupont 

nr Green 
Brown Charles II. chvl S s Union bet Powell and 

Mason 
Brown Charles P. bar-keeper, dwl 23 Jackson 
Brown {Daiid) & Jugunski {Bcnjuiain) clothing, 

75 Kearny 
Brown David B. policeman, dwl "W s Dupont bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Brown E. Mrs. S s Green bet Stock and Powell 
Brown Edgar, livery stable, dwl 317 Powell 
Brown Edward, boatman. Fort Point 
Brown Ellen Mrs. fruits, 212 Kearny 
BROWN E. 0. livery and sale stable, 35 Bat- 
tery bds X s Powell nr Pacific 
Brown F. A. W. at salt mills SW cor Davis and 

Washington dwl 147 Battery 
Brown Fitzwilliam, policeman, dwl Union bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Brown Frank, dwl NW cor Dupont and Vallejo 
Brown George, waiter, Isthmus House, 36 First 
Brown Geo F. drayman, 50 and 52 Front 
BROWN GEORGE F. Warren Exchange, N s 

Jackson nr Davis 
Brown Geo W. fruit stand, 200 Clay 
Brown Gideon H. dentist, dwl 344 Stockton 
Brown Hannah B. (widow) dwl S s Union bet 

Powell and Mason 
Brown Harry, clerk, bds SE cor Folsom and Ritch 
BROWN ITARTEY S. District Attorney (and of 
Stow & B.) office City Hall dwl 317 Powell 
Brown Henry, Mission Distillery, dwl E s Mont- 
gomery between Yallejo and Green 
Brown Henry, drayman, 66 Clay 
Brown Henry, dwl W s Front bet Broadway and 

Vallejo 
Brown Henry A. (Staples & B.) dwl 138 Kearny 
Brown Henry C. elk, 87 Pine bds Wetmore PI 
Brown Henry J. drayman, 85 Clay 
Brown Henry S. marine surveyor, underwriter's 
rooms U. S. Court Buildings, dwl 272 Mont 
Brown Henry S. dwl NE cor Washington and 

Dupont 
Brown J. fireman steamer Pacific, dwl 8 Bay 

State Row 
Brown James, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Brown James, carpenter, dwl 301 Dupont 
Brown James, plasterer, dwl N s O'Farrell bet 

Powell and Mason 
Brown (James, colored) & Dennis (George, col- 
ored) livery stable, 138 Sansome 
Brown James, at 5 and 6 Washington Market 
Brown (James) & Son (colored) (J. E. Brown) 
feed, 139 Sansome, dwl Scotland bet Green- 
wich and Filbert 
Brown James A. (A. P. Bessy & Co.) dwl N s 

Riley above Taylor 
Brown James F. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Brown J. B. dwl Sutter bet Taylor and Jones 
Brown J. C. bds What Cheer House 
Brown J. Duff, clerk, 105 Battery, dwl Second 

nr Natoma 
Brown J. E. (colored) (Brown & Son) dwl Scot- 
land bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Brown Jeremiah, carpenter, dwl Dupont nr Fil- 
bert, rear 
Brown Jesse, scavenger, dwl SE cor Sutter and 
Dupont 



Brown J. K bricklayer, bds 18 Bush 

Brown John, dwl 12 Brown's Place 

Brown John, proprietor Clinton House, Jackson 

nr Davis 
Brown John, hog ranch, dwl N s Johnston bet 

Brannan and Bryant 
Brown John, proprietor North Bay Hotel, SE 

cor Stockton and Filbert 
Brown John, elk, bds with Mrs. M. E. Thomson 
Brown John, laborer, bds with John P. Nelson 
Brown John, laborer, 20 Battery, dwl First bet 

Mission and Minnie 
Brown John, laborer, dwl Sansome bet Yallejo 

and Green 
Brown .John, laborer, dwl W s Baldwin Court 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Brown John, laborer, dwl with Mrs. Margaret 

Ring 
Brown John (colored) porter, dwl N s Union nr 

Dupont 
Brown John, seaman, bds Contra Costa House 

East nr Jackson 
Brown John, ship-carpenter, dwl N s Howard 

bet First and Second 
Brown John, tailor, bds 18 Bush 
Brown John F. printer. Home Journal dwl 230 

Clay 
Brown J. S. dwl E s Scott bet Broadway and Pac 
Brown Lawrence W. carrier Alta California, bds 

W s Ritch bet- Folsom and Harrison 
Brown Lewis A. miller, dwl with Nathaniel 

Brackett 
Brown Louisa Mrs. (widow) dwl NE cor Bush 

and Kearny 
Brown M. clothing, 12 East nr Washington 
Brown Marsine, calker, bds 18 Sansome 
Brown Mary A. (widow) dwl Ritch bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Brown Mary L. (widow) dwl E s Taylor bet Turk 

and Eddy 
Brown Michael, drayman, dwl Oregon nr Front 
Brown Michael, laborer, dwl 6 Yarrenne Place 
Brown Nahum, bds E s Drumm bet Jackson and 

Pacific 
Brown Orlando C. teamster for G. A. Meigs 
Brown Patrick, laborer, bds with William Carr 
Brown Patrick J. liquor saloon, 42 First 
Brown Peter, dwl Yansen bet Lombard and 

Greenwich 
BROWN R. G. agent Grover & Baker's sewing 

machines, 118 Montgomery 
Brown Richard, laborer, S s Union nr Battery 
Brown Richard (Henderson & B.) dwl SE cor 

Sansome & Bush 
Brown Rich'd J. machinist, bds New Orleans Hs 
Brown Samuel (colored) wbitewasher, bds 132 

Broadway 
Brown Samuel C. drayman, 139 Washington 
Brown Theodore F. B. laborer, dwl 195 Stockton 
Brown Thomas, clerk NE cor Cal and Battery 
Brown T. 0. salesman, with A. Kohler, dwl 276 

Stockton 
Brown W. H. bds Benton House 
Brown W. H. (Merrick & B.) dwl cor Clay and 

East 
Brown William capt. dwl N s Rincon nr Main 
Brown William, crockery, N s Market bet San- 
some and Montgomery 



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Brown William, laborer, weigher's department 
Custom House, dwl E s Powell bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo 

Brown William, porter, NE cor California and 
Front, dwl Second nr Minnie 

Brown William (colored) carpenter, dwl S 8 Car- 
oline Place bet Virginia and Powell 

Brown William (Pierra & B.) (colored) resides 
Victoria 

Brown William C. Pacific Oil Works, dwl 144 
Jackson 

Brown William E. book-keeper, 48 Front, dwl 
142 Jackson 

Brown William II. dwl S s Everett bet Third and 
Fourth 

Brown William H. gunsmith, dwl 209 Clay 

Brown William H. jeweler, with Barrett & Sher- 
wood, dwl 135 Montgomery 

Brown William H. scavenger, dwl E s Rassette 
Place No. 3 nr Sutter 

Brown William R. carriage-maker, dwl Mission 
bet Wood and Thorne 

Browne Francis, bar-keeper, cor California and 
Montgomery 

Browne J. Ross, special agent U. S. ofif Custom 
House res Oakland 

Browne Thomas C. bds with J. P. Hoge 

Brownejohn T. clerk, dwl 126 Dupont 

Brownejohn Thomas, book-keeper, with B. C. 
Horn & Co. dwl 146 Sacramento 

Brownell Frank, painter, bds St. Charles Hotel 
First 

Brownell Franklin L. with John McDonald, bds 
St. Charles Hotel 

Brownell William, porter, with A. P. Hotaling 

Browning (^4.) & Fink {Julius) locksmiths, 198 
Kearny 

Browning Jacob, drayman, bds E 3 Fourth bet 
Mission and Market 

Browning Jeremiah, waterman, bds E s Fourth 
bet Mission and Market 

Browning John, clerk, SE cor Kearny and Pa- 
cific 

Browning William, grocer, cor Dupont and Jack- 
sou 

Browning ( William) & Schaffer (John) grocers, 
SE cor Kearny and Pacific dwl cor Dupont 
and Jackson 

Browning William H. carpenter, N a Pacific nr 
Front bds Clinton Temperance House 

Brownlee James, clerk, Dow's Distillery 

Brownlee John, painter, at 28 California dwl 
Clark nr Jackson 

Broyer Theodore, tailor, 217 Pacific 

Brubaker Effinger, clerk, with John L. Moore bds 
S s Tehama bet Fourth and Fifth 

Brubaker Henry M. com mcht, dwl S s Tehama 
bet Fourth and Fifth 

Bruce Charles 0. lather, dwl 3 Laura Place 

Bruce James H. capt. schr Ortolan, Washington 
St. Wharf 

Bruce John, calker, bds at Isthmus House, First 

Bruce Robert, carpenter, dwl S s Lick's Alley 
bet First and Ecker 

Bruce Samuel C. real estate agent dwl Union 
Club NW cor Montgomery and California 

Bruder William, cigar stand, 187 Kearny dwl 
SW cor Pacific and Montgomery 



Bruel George, upholsterer, 140 Washington 
Bruengis Mathias, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Post and Kearnv 
BRUENINGHAUSi?N (R. C.) & SCHMIDT 

{Henry W.) druggists and German Hospital 

SE cor Sacramento and Kearny dwl Bran- 
nan nr Third 
Bruff George, cook, Sailors' Home W s Front nr 

Pficific 
BRUMAGIM MARK & CO. (Morton Cheesman) 

bankers, 100 Montgomery dwl Tehama bet 

First and Second 
Brumagim Patrick, hostler, Logue & Skelly dwl 

SE cor Third and Market 
Brummen Aaron, laborer, dwl San nr Union 
Brummer C. Augustus, fruit, 29 Kearny 
Brummer Henry, ( Goetjen & B.) SW cor Folsom 

and Stewart 
Brundage Ebenezer F. painter, 37 Kearny 
Brundage V. D. clerk. Freeman & Co.'s Express 
Brunei Elenore Madame, dwl 183 Dupont 
Brunor J. Ashbury Rev. pastor Folsom St. M. E. 

Church, dwl S of church bet First and Sec 
Brungis Diedrich, grocer, SW cor Mary Lane 

and Bush 
Brunn Abram J. merchant, dwl SE cor Stockton 

and Pine 
Brunn T. 0. dwl W s Montgomery nr Pacific 
Brunner Lewis, watch-maker, 161 Clay dwl 85 

Post 
Brunings Hermann, dwl SW cor Third and Mis- 
sion 
Brunings John & Hermann, groceries and liquors 

SW cor Third and Mission 
Brunow John J. principal International Institute 

W s Third bet Stevenson and Mission 
Brnns Christian, physician, dwl S s Broadway 

nr Stockton 
Bruns Fredrick (Scanlin & B.) SW cor Second 

and Market 
Bruns H. & Co. produce and com mchts, 28 Clay 

dwl Stevenson nr Third 
Bruns Henry, laborer, S s St. Mark's Place bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Bruns John, ( C. Railed- & Co.) dwl 81 Bush 
Bruns John, grocery, cor Market, Turk and Ma- 
son 
Bruns John J. confectioner, with C. H. Mercer 

bds St. Mark's Place 
Brunt Samuel, crockery and glass, 354 Stockton 
Brunt Wm. N. butcher, dwl E s Powell bet Pine 

and Bush 
Bru.=tgrum Frederick, cigar stand, 111 Kearny 
Bryan Charles, gardener, dwl with Wm. Fogarty 

Stockton Place 
Bryan Charles H. City Letter Express, dwl with 

W. H. Wood S s Natoma bet Second and 

Third 
Bryan Elizabeth Miss, bds with W. H. Wood S 

s Natortia bet Second and Third 
Bryan Henry, bar-keeper, 1 Custom House Blk 
Bryan John M. daguerreian, 144 Kearny 
Bryan Mark H. carpenter, dwl 220 Mission 
Bryan William, clerk, dwl E s Green nr Kearny 
Bryan William, chief engineer stmp Northerner, 

dwl 128 Dupont 
Bryan William, laborer, bds with William Fitz- 

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BRYAN WILLIAM, proprietor Patten's Ex- 
change, 1 Custom House Block dwl Harris 
House, Pine 

Brj'an \Vm. T. clerk 79 Davis dwl with N. Rey- 
nolds 

Bryan W. J. engineer strap Northerner 

Bryant Andrew J. {of Bryant & Co. Sacramento) 
dwl S s Bush bet Stockton and Powell 

Bryant Alexander II. conveyancer, 129 Califor- 
nia dwl SW cor Jackson and Front 

Bryant C. G. homcupathic physician, office 80 
Kearny 

Bryant Chas. blacksmith, with Folsom & Ding- 
ley dwl 1 1 Sansome 

Bryant Joseph, Washington Market, bds Sansome 
House, SW cor Battery and Yallejo 

Bryant Margaret (widow) Bryant Hotel "W s 
Mission cor Johnston 

Bryant Sannicl (col'd) carpenter, Sacramento 
dwl cor Filbert and Larkin 

Bryant Thos. H. salesman, 43 Clay bds Bush bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Bryce Robert C. carpenter, dwl 47 St Mark's PI 

Brydges Marshall 0. liquor-saloon, Ss Folsom bet 
Main and Stewart 

Bubb Chas. jeweler, dwl E s Clara bet Bush and 
Sutter 

Bucarsowich C. fruit, SE cor Stockton and Jack 

Buchanan A. W. messenger Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Express 

Buchanan Henry, liquor-saloon, 52 Commercial 
dwl Howard Engine House 

Buchanan J. carpenter, dwl cor Bush and San 

Buchanan James, clerk, bds 57 Jackson 

Buchanan John, porter for Truett, Jones & Ar- 
rington dwl S s Louisa nr Fourth 

Buchanan M. bds What Cheer House 

Buchanan William, hostler, Knapp & Bailey's 

Bucholtz (John) & Kunath (Auguste) boarding, 
181 Pacific 

Buck Catherine (widow) dwl E s Mary Lane bet 
Berry and Sutter 

Buck ( Charles) & Schaeffer (Henry) liquor and 
billiard-saloon SE cor Dupont and Clay 

Buck George, drayman, bds N s Third bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Buck Lewis, grocer, SE cor Dupont and Geary 

Buckalder John, tailor, Walter & Tompkins dwl 
Trinity bet Bush and Sutter 

Buckelew Ansel S. watch-maker, bds 28 Bat 

Buckelew Moses S. dwl 205 Clay 

Bucker Louis H. mason, bds with Mrs. N. H. 
Cellers 

Buckhardt George, shoe-maker, Brenham Place 

Buckingham Aurelius A. pilot, dwl S s Bush bet 
Powell and Stockton 

Buckingham Charles E. with Chas. E. Breck dwl 
Brannan House 

Buckkalter Jacob, tailor, dwl W s Trinity bet 
Bush and Sutter 

Buckland John W. butcher, dwl SW cor Kearny 
and Sacramento 

Buckley Absalom, wood and coal, SE cor Pine 
and Trinity dwl 116 Dupont 

Buckley Edward P. door-keeper, U. S. B. Mint 
dwl 288 Jackson 

Buckley Francis, carpenter, 284 Jackson dwl cor 
Jones and Greenwich 



Buckley Francis Jr. builder, Jack.son bet Stock- 
ton and Powell dwl cor Jones and Green- 
wich 

Buckley Henry, laborer, bds NW cor Pacific and 
Montgomery 

Buckley James, liquors, SE cor Sansome and 
Ilalleck 

Buckley Jeremiah, clerk, bds 14 Sansome 

Buckley Jeremiah J. porter, 6 California Block 

Buckley J. P. {Oliver & B.) dwl SW cor Taylor 
and Jackson 

Buckley Mary (widow) S s St. Mark's Place nr 
Kearny 

Buckley Michael, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 
bds New Orleans House 

Buckley Samuel, furniture, 247 Clay, dwl E s 
Mason bet Green and Yallejo 

Bucklin Edward P. bds What Cheer House. 

Buckman Charles, salesman, 117 Montgomery 

Buckman John A. purser steamship Orizaba, 
office C. K. Garrison & Co 

BUCKMANN HENRY, groceries and liquors, 
NW cor Third and Harrison 

Buckmann Henry ( Van Borstel & Co.) dwl SW 
cor Bush and Montgomery 

Bucknall George J. book-keeper, 135 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 188 Kearny 

Bucknam Ezra T. tinsmith, dwl N s Folsom bet 
First and Second 

Budde (Frank) & Co. (R. Kuhlmeyer) cigar- 
makers, 96 Dupont 

Buddinglon Moses J. dwl S s Perry bet Second 
and Third 

Buddington Walter, pilot steamer Antelope 

Budhurst Frederick, dwl Greenwich bet Jones 
and Taylor 

Buel Frederick Rev. agent S. F. Bible Society, 
dwl 10 Montgomery 

Buel William P. surgeon, P. M. S. S. Sonora, 
dwl NE cor Francisco and Stockton 

BufBugton John M. clerk, with Wm. Barker, dwl 
N s Mission bet Third and Fourth 

Bufford Henry L. printer, bds with James L. 
Bufibrd 

Bufford James L. painter, dwl S s Sutter bet 
Powell and Mason 

Biififum Joseph C. dwl N s Bryant bet Fifth and 
Simmons 

Bugeon Charles, with J. Yenard, 39 Kearny 

Bubler Auguste, clerk, 204 Washington 

Buhler A. L. professor languages, dwl 138 Sac- 
ramento, up stairs 

Buhrraeister ( dates) & Schultz (Richard) Two 
Brothers Saloon W s Stewart bet Mission 
and Market 

Buhrmeister ( Christopher H.) & Co. (A. T. Horn- 
ing) grocers, SW cor Commercial and Davis 

Buhrmeister Henry (John Yon Glahn & Co.) dwl 
NE cor Minnie and Jane 

Buhrmeister Henry, dwl Stewart bet Market and 
Mission 

Buhrmeister John, bar-keeper. Two Brothers, 
Stewart bet Market and Mission 

Buisson M. liquors, 13 Kearny 

Buisson Marie Madame, syrups and cordials, 13 
Kearny 

Bujac Daniel, stevedore, dwl S s Sutter bet Du- 
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Buker Benjamin S. carpenter, with Henry Hew- 
itt & Co. dvvl W 8 Stociiton bet Broadway 
and Pacific 

Buletti (C.) & Louderback [D.) vegetables, 5 
and 6 Washington Market, dwl Polk Alloy 
bet Broadway and PaciBc 

Bulger John, boiler-maker, Vulcan Iron "Works 

Bulger Martin, machinist and engineer, dwl 42 
Clementina. 

BULL (Alpheus) BAKER {George P.) & CO. 
( Wm. Bobbins) bankers, 87 Front, dwl cor 
Busli and Jones 

Bull Thomas {Banks & B.) bds with G. W. Bell 
N s Howard bet Second and Tiiird 

BuUard Charles D. machinist, dwl SE of Bran- 
nan Street Bridge, Potrero 

Bullian Christian, cook, dwl S s Adler nr Dupont 

Bullock Frank D, clerk, bds with John Wheeler 

Bullock Frank E. clerk, with Mansfield & Wood, 
dvvl 161 Montgomery 

Bullock William, seaman, dwl NE cor Front 
and Oregon 

Bultmanu August ( Wm. Bo/er & Co.) dwl 138 
Sacramento 

Bultmann Henry, dwl 138 Sacramento 

Bumm George, printer, with O'Meara & Painter 

Bun J. bds What Cheer House 

Bundy Thomas, NE cor Mason and John 

Bunemann .Charles, clerk, Davis near Jackson, 
dwl Ss Howard nr Third 

Bunker {Albert C.) & Co. {Roxjal L. Jefferson) 
proprietors King Philip Market, NW cor 
Powell and Bush 

Bunker F. R. clerk, with Moore & Folger, dwl 
Union bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Buuker George F. seaman, dwl cor Taylor and 
Clay 

Bunker Harriet J. Miss, boarding, 151 Bush 

Bunker Henry S. {Swain, B. & Co.) dwlN 6 El- 
lis bet Powell and Mason 

Bunker James, baker, dwl N s Jessie nr First 

Bunker Paul, dwl S s Union bet Powell and 
Mason 

Bunker Robert F. drayman, bds 4 Brown's PI 

Bunkhurst John, waiter, What Cheer House 

Bunnell G. W. assistant teacher evening school 
No. 1 

Bunner Ann (widow) boarding, 38 Natoma 

Bunrow J. B. liquor dealer, dwl S 8 Sutter bet 
Powell and Stockton 

Bunting Joseph, salesman, with Lockwood & 
Hendrie, dwl 176 Clay 

Buntline John, seaman, dwl S s Market near 
Stewart 

Burbank Caleb, attorney at law, 6 Well's Build- 
ing, dwl cor Clay and Jones 

Burbank D. dentist, 125 Montgomery. 

Burbank Warren, dentist, office 125 Mont 

Burchard Jacob, liquors, cor Pacific and Bartlett 
Alley. 

Burckard' Christian {Hinoldk B.) dwl 37 2 Stock- 
ton 

Burckes Henry W. carpenter, dwl N s Green nr 
Dupont 

BURDELL GALEN, dentist, office and dwl 171 
Clay 

Burdera Margaret Mrs. liquors, NE cor Union 
and Stockton 



Burdett Peter, butcher, dwl S s Mission near 

Fif\h 
Burdett Reuben, cooper, dwl E s Vassar Place 

bet Second and Third 
Burdick Daniel, engineer. Oriental Rice Mill, dwl 

Trinity 
Burdick Edward F. clerk, with Newhall Gregory 

& Co. dwl S s Tehama bet First and Second 
Buret Louis, clerk, dwl 207 Clay 
Burg Charles, hulk Imperial, Mission bet Main 

and Stewart 
Burge Francis A. laborer, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Burgess C. H. dwl cor Powell and Jackson 
Burgess Hubert, dwl cor Powell and Jackson 
Burgess R«bert G. seaman, dwl W s Main near 

Folsom 
Burgoyne Mary Miss, dwl S s Geary bet Dupont 

and Kearny 
Burke B. Mrs. (widow) dwl cor Filbert and Jones 
Burke Charles, carpenter, dwl 119 Broadway 
Burke Francis, blacksmith, Laura Place 
Burke James, laborer, dwl S s Howard bet First 

and Second 
Burke James, cigar-manufacturer, dwl 209 Stock 
Burke Jame.s C. cook for Mrs. E. C. Winn, dwl 

cor Howard and Second 
Burke John, blacksmith, dwl W s Jane bet Mis- 
sion and Minnie 
BURKE MARTIN J. chief of police, office City 

Hall, dwl 280 Clay 
Burke Matthew, laborer, dwl E s Beale bet Mar- 
ket and Mission 
Burke Patrick, laborer. Fort Point 
Burke Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s Yallejo nr 

Kearny 
Burke W. F. clerk, bds Tremont House 
Burke William, farmer, dwl 256 Pacific 
Burket C. bds What Cheer House 
Burkhardt George, watch-maker, with Joseph 

Brothers, bds 134 Pine 
Burkman John, dwl Mason bet Lombard and 

Chesnut 
Burlieu {E. H.) & Coulter {James D.) furniture, 

cor Sacramento and Webb dwl John near 

Mason 
Burling Wm. merchant, N s Merchant, nr Bat 
Burmeister Henry, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Bush and Montgomery 
Burnap John, groceries and liquors, 215 Jackson 
Burnap Samuel, clerk, dwl 215 Jackson 
Burnell John, electropathic physician, 94 Mont- 
gomery dwl Sacramento nr Tan Ness Av 
Burnett Abraham, brick-layer, dwl cor Leaven- 
worth and Union 
Burnett Marceline, laundry, dwl S s Minnie bet 

Third and Fourth 
Burnett George W. butcher, dwl cor Larkin and 

Green 
Burnett Wellington C. attorney at law, City Hall 

bds with Charles Potter 
Burney William, saw-filer, dwl N s Market bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Burnham Alphonso M. clerk, bds with Mrs. S. P. 

Burnham 
BURNHAM ( GUman M.) & COOLIDGE {Joseph 

A.) lumber, pier 13 Stewart dwl cor Folsom 

and Zoe Place 



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Burnhnm Jaracs, alo and porter, NW cor Main 

and Folsora 
Burnham James W. clerk with "W. M. Hixon 

(hvl Third near Mission 
Burnham S. P. Mrs. dwl W s Third near Market 
Burnham William, carpenter, bds E s Battery nr 

Pacific 
Burnin<:hara Patrick, laborer, dwl 9 Geary, rear 
Burns Aaron, dwl 343 Powell 
Burns Barnard, stone-cutter, bds 5 Sacramento 
Burns Charles F. (Benuicic & B.) dwl Powell bet 

California and Pino 
Burns Dennis. Avaiter, dwl SW cor St. Charles 

and Montgomery 
Burns Elizabeth Miss (^Flynn & B.) dwl 240 

Dupont 
Burns H. J. stencil-cutter, bds "What Cheer House 
Burns Hugh, laborer, dwl SW cor Larkin and 

Geary 
Burns Isaac, blacksmith, S s Market near Main 
Burns Isadore, blacksmith, dwl N s St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Stockton 
Burns James, boarding, 8 Sacramento 
Burns James, laborer, dwl E s Ohio nr Bdy 
Burns James D. proptr Union House, 12 First 
Burns John, boot-maker, 68 Commercial bds 

Clementina 
Burns John, engineer, dwl 4 St. Mark's Place 
Burns John, painter, bds Warren Exchange 

Jackson bet Front and Davis 
Burns John, stone-cutter, Fort Point 
Burns {John) & Co. {Henry Busing) groceries 

and hquor NE cor Market and Mason 
Bums John Jr. clerk with Abernethy, Clark & 

Co. dwl E s Powell bet Cal and Sacramento 
Burns John H. ship-calker, dwl 126 Bush 
Burns Luke, marble-cutter, 70 Montgomery dwl 

W s Taylor bet Post and Geary 
Burns Mary, (wid.) dwl SB cor Tliird and Jessie 
Burns Michael, laborer, dwl cor Sac and Drumm 
Burns Michael, cooper, Jackson nr Sansome dwl 

42 Clay 
Burns Patrick, blacksmith, 64 Sansome dwl 

Minnie near Third 
Burns Patrick, drayman, dwl N s Minnie bet 

Third and Fourth 
Burns Patrick, Miners' Home, N s Pacific bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Burns Patrick, porter, 39 Commercial 
Burns Peter, laborer, dwl W s Ohio nr Broadway 
Burns Robert, tinsmith, dwl 15 Sutter 
Burns Thomas, boarding, N s Chambers nr Front 
Bums Thomas, drayman, dwl Taylor bet Pacific 

and Jackson 
Burns William, clerk, with Jilichael Nolan, S s 

Stevenson bet First and Second 
BURR ALVAH B. liquors, dwl Bay nr Dupont 

(see advertisement) 
BURR E, W. president board of supervisors, 

office 1 City Hall dwl Filbert nr Larkin 
Burr Henry T. dwl Filbert nr Larkin 
Burr Levi, liquors, dwl Bay nr Dupont 
Burr Warren H. salesman, with Kerby, Byrne & 

Co. dwl 3 Chatham Place 
Burrell George, laborer, with Jonas Call, Presidio 

road 
Burrill William H. boot-maker, with Brackett & 

Keating W s Second nr Market 



Burris Samuel D. steamboat cook, dwl W s Scott 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Burris William (colored) janitor high school, dwl 

Powell nr Clay 
Burrows Edward M. liquors, dwl W 8 Dupont 

bet Pine and Bush 
Burscough Henry, proprietor South Park House, 

bet Bryant and Brannan 
Burt Ciiarles, blacksmith, with Coffey & Risdon 

bds Isthmus House 
Burt Cyrus, Washington Market, dwl SW cor 

Jackson and Powell 
Burt B. J. Mrs. principal primary department, 

Washington St. School 
Burt S. S. 2 New World xMarket 
BURTON C. H. (of Burton & McCarty, Sacra- 
mento) off NW cor Front & Clay, dwl 318 

Washington. 
Burton Henry, tailor, bds W s Simmons near 

Brannan 
Burtt William Jr. tinsmith, dwl 182 California, 

rear 
Burw^k Thomas, sail-maker. Hartman Place bet 

Grreenwich and Lombard 
Bury George, laborer, 34 Washington Market 

dwl 51 Bush 
Bury James, laborer, at Chelsea Laundry Third 

nr Harrison 
Bury Thomas, laborer, at Chelsea Laundry 
Busch David, hides, etc. dwl NE cor Stockton 

and Sutter 
Busch Peter H. ship-carpenter, dwl Toll Gate cor 

Folsom and Price 
Bush Alonzo, broker, dwl Sansome House SW 

cor Battery and Vallejo 
Bush Charles A. (colored) soap-maker dwl E s 

Mason bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Bush David, collector, San Francisco Gas Co. 
Bush Henry, daguerreian gallery. 219 Washington 
Bush Joel C. carpenter, bds 112 Bush 
Bush J. P. physician, office Tehama House 
Bush Louis, dental surgeon, 149 Kearny 
Bush Nathan, furniture. N s Pacific nr Dupont 
Bush P. Union Malt House, Filbert bet Jones 

and Taylor 
Bush Thomas H. stationery, 72| Front dwl Yerba 

Buena bet Clay and Sacramento 
Bushee M. bds What Cheer House 
Bushman William, pattern-maker, Sutter Iron 

Works dwl N s Bush bet Mont and Kearny 
Buskite Howard, miner, dwl N s Natoma bet 

Second and Third 
Bussett Charles F. 37 Sacramento 
Bustard Joseph, molder, dwl with Jas. Griffiths 
Buster Hiram Rev. dwl 10 Montgomery 
Bustos Joseph, porter, with Dixon, De Wolf & Co. 
BUSWELL ALEXANDER, book-bindery, 133 

Clay, up stairs, dwl SW cor Union and Jones 
Butcher James, boarding, N s Pacific bet Front 

and Davis 
Butenop Henry, groceries, 193 Pacific 
Butler Andrew J. broker, 97 Merchant dwl 163 

Stockton 
Butler B. P. lithographer, 89 and 90 Broadway 
BUTLER CHARLES C. agent and treasurer 

State Telegraph Co. bds International Hotel 
Butler Daniel (colored) shoe-maker, SE cor Mer- 
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Butler Felix V. carpenter, dwl S s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
Butler Geo. liquors, cor Ilalleck and Lcidesdorff 
Butler H. dwl N s John bet Powell and Mason 
Butler H. W. assist, mail clerk P. 0. dwl 11 John 
Butler John, drayman, bds N 8 Clary bet Rich 

and Fourth 
Butler Joseph D. laborer, S s Sutter nr Powell 
Butler Mary (widow) dwl with Mrs. Eliza Morris 
Butler R. H., W s Montgomery nr Pacific 
Butler Richard, sugar-boiler, dwl S a Uarrison 

opposite Refinery 
Butler S. S. lodgings, 125 Washington and SW 

cor Commercial and Leidesdorff 
BUTLER AVARREX C. engraver, 150 Mont- 
gomery dwl Union nr Dupont 
Butler Wilhelmina Mrs. boarding, N s Bush nr 

Sansome 
Butler William, nail-maker, Jessie nr Annie 
Butman Frederick, landscape painter, 177 Clay 

dwl 11 Bay State Row 
Butt Andrew J. farmer, dwl Perkins' Ranch east 

of Union Race Course 
BUTTERFIELD & CO. Overland Mail, office SE 

cor Kearny and Washington 
Butters James A. {DovJ, Chikls & Co.) dwl 39 

Montgomery 
Butterworth James, plumber, at 41 Battery dwl 

S s Valparaiso bet Taylor and Mason 
Butting Frederick, boots and shoes, SE cor Kear- 
ny and Hardie Place 
Buttles E. T. bds What Cheer House 
Butts John, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Buxbaum George, baker, with Schroth & Carl 

dwl 66 Kearny 
Buxton George, engineer, Bensley Water Works 

dwl E s Third bet Bryant and Harrison 
Byatt William, gardener, dwl S s Brannan cor 

Harris 
Byington Horace W. {Smith & B.) dwl SE cor 

Beale and Market 
BYRNE BERNARD {Morgan & B.) dwl W s 

Third bet Folsom and Harrison 
Byrne Dennis Steward Clayton Saloon, Com 
Byrne Dominick, liquor-saloon, NW cor Clara 

and Sutter 
Byrne Elvira (widow) dwl cor Sacramento and 

Yerba Buena 
Byrne Felix, carpenter, dwl N s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
Byrne Garrett J. {Kirhy B. & Co.) dwl Tehama 

bet First and Second 
BYRNE {Uenry H.) & FREELON {Thomas W.) 

attorneys at law, 175 Clay 
Byrne James, dwl S s Vallejo bet Powell and 

Mason, rear 
Byrne James F. drayman, 89 Front 
Byrne. James K. student, with Hoge & Wilson, 

dwl Mission bet Second and Third 
Byrne John M. {Grellet & Co.) dwl SE cor Mason 

and Sutter 
Byrne Joseph, laborer, dwl Clay nr Jones 
Byrne Lafayette M. clerk, with Byrne & Freelon 

dwl cor Howard and Ellen 
Byrne Mary J. Mrs. groceries, dwl NW cor Mary 

Lane and Berry 
Byrne Patrick A. waterman, bds with Francis 

Rogers 



Byrne P. R. NE cor Clay and Davis 

Byrne Thomas, porter, with Brennan & Co. Clay 
nr Drumm 

Byrne Thomas, clerk, dwl SE cor Union and 
Stockton 

Byrne Thomas L. porter, 59 Front 

Byrnes John T. seaman, dwl N s Clementina bet 
First and Second 

Byron John, brick -layer dwl S s Hunt bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

Byron Michael, brick-layer, dwl E s Minnie bet 
Third and Fourth 

Byron Michael, bell-hanger, at 54 Montgomery 

Byron Patrick, hostler, dwl 3 Albion Place 

Byron Patrick, laborer, 87 Pine 

Byxbee Robert G {II. B. Tichenor & Co.) dwl 38 
Natoraa 



C.\B.A.Li,ERO Augustus, Salesman, 115 Clay 
Cabbannes John, {Dupny & C.) dwl, Laguna, 

Presidio Road 
Cabbannes Joseph {Dupuy & 6.) dwl Laguna, 

Presidio Road 
Cable A. H. vegetable-dealer, bds Tremont House 
Cable Alfred, 9 Washington Market, bds with 

Mrs. Amelia Patton 
Cachman Dennis, laborer, dwl Davis bet Sacra- 
mento and California 
Cachot Charles, French dyer, 227 Dupont 
Cadel Peter, dwl W s Dupont nr Union 
Cadigan Timothy, laborer, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Harris and Price 
Cadiz Eugenie Mrs. dwl SW cor Stockton and 

Bush 
Cadiz Joseph, merchant, dwl SW cor Bush and 

Stockton 
Cadiz V. Mrs. dwl SW cor Bush and Stockton 
Cadmus William H. barber, 216 Clay, dwl 2 

Virginia Place 
Caduc Philip, {of Caduc & Co. Marysville) office 

145 Battery 
Cady John, boiler-maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl W s Fremont bet Folsom and Howard 
Cady M. broker, dwl 113 Dupont 
Caffry John, ship-carpenter, bds South Park Hs 
Cagaima Augusta, cook, dwl S s Union nr Du- 
pont 
Cagner Martin, laborer, dwl S s O'Farrell bet 

Pine and Mason 
Cagney Martin, laborer, dwl S s O'Farrell bet 

Powell and Mason 
Cahalin John, porter, 81 Battery, bds What 

Cheer House 
Cahill Edward, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Cahill Ellen, (widow), dwl with John Bree 
Cahill James, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet Third 

and Fourth 
Cahill James F. dwl N s Howard bet Third and 

Fourth 
Cahill John, porter, 71 Battery 
Cahill Margaret Miss, seamstress, dwl with John 

Bree 
Cahill Matthew, porter, 107 Clay, dwl SW cor 

O'Farrell and Mason 
Cahill Patrick, porter with E. C. Fogg, dwl cor 

Green and Battery 



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Cahn Aaron & Co. (of Portland, 0.) 82 California, 

dwl S s Anthony bet Mission and Jessie 
Cahn Israel, {Llil/ehler & C), dwl 180 Anthony 
Cabn Lassard, with A. Cahn <fc Co. bds with 

Aaron Cahn 
Cahn Leopold, {Uhl/elder &. C), 84 California 
Cahn Madame, dwl 381 Stockton 
Cahn Wolf dwl 381 Stockton 
Cain Edward (col), whitewasher, dwl 289 Pacific 
Cain Robert, clerk with G. 0. Whitney & Co. dwl 

K s Second nr Mission 
Cain Rufus K. brick-layer, dwl 107 Dupont 
Caine John, {0' Connor & C.),llalleck nr Sansome 
Caire Adricn ( Caire Brothers), res Paris 
Caire Brothers (Justinien & Adrien), imps hard- 
ware, 142 Washington and 262 Dupont, dwl 

Yallejo bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Cairus Robert, salesman with 6. 0. Whitney & 

Co. dwl E s Second bet Mis and Stevenson 
Calderwood David, house-carpenter. S s Sacra- 
mento bet Stockton and Powell 
Caldwell James, gas-fitter, bds with Jas. Hughes, 

E s Packer 
Caldwell John J. dwl S a Mission bet Price and 

Johnston 
Caldwell William, machinist, dwl W s Liberty nr 

Third 
Calef J. Sears, physician, 204 Washington, dwl 

212 Post 
Calef Charles E. clerk with Redington & Co. dwl 

212 Post 
Caler Otmar, atty at law, Montgomery Block, 

dwl S s Clay bet Mason and Taylor 
CALHOUN CHARLES A. printer, 64 Front 

up stairs, dwl E s Fourth bet Mission and 

Market 
CALHOUN (James E.\ WISE [Tully R.) & 

DELLA TORRE (Peter), attys at law. No. 4 

U. S. Court Bdg, dwl 80 Montgomery Block 
Calkar John, bds SE cor Front and Oregon 
CALKIN MILO, clerk Board Supervisors, office 

City Hall, bds with Samuel Adams 
Calkins Ripley R. with Charles J. Hawley & Co. 

SE cor Mission and Second 
Call Jonas, dwl Presidio Road, nr Presidio House 
Callahan Bernard, machinist, bds Thistle N s 

Folsom bet Price and Harris^ 
Callahan Francis, boots and shoes, '68 Commercial 
Callahan Frederick, butcher, Alden's Dining- 

Saloon, Sansome 
Callahan J. (of J. & D. Callahan, SJiasta), imp 

wines and liquors, 99 Front dwl Pacific nr 

Lark in 
Callahan James, blacksmith, bds 119 Pine 
Callahan James, laborer, dwl N s Filbert bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Callahan James K. carriage-smith, bds Columbia 

Hotel 
Callahan Jeremiah, produce, 99 Front, dwl Pa- 
cific nr Gough 
Callahan John, broker, 35 Front, dwl Pine nr 

Dupont 
Callahan Michael, laborer, dwl Davis nr Sac 
Callan Henry, waiter, What Cheer House 
CALL AN THOMAS, liquor dealer, Ns Ellis bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Callely Michael, laborer, dwl N s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 



Callsan Peter, carpenter, dwl NW cor Larkin 
and Pacific 

Calott Oliver S. capt. D. M. Holland.bds 151 Bush 

Calvert M. bds What Cheer House 

Camerer liugene, lithographer with Kuchel & 
Dresel, dwl 174 Clay 

Cameron Angus, wood-turner, with S. Robb 

CAMERON (Caleb), WIIITTIER (W. Frank) 
& CO. (E. B. Benjamin), imps and jobbers 
paints, oils and window-glass, 105 Front 

Cameron Duncan, blacksmith, Union Foundry, 
dwl 13 Clementina 

Cameron Hugh, teamster for Walker & Co dwl 
W s Bush bet Folsom and Harrison 

Cameron James. United States Bakery, Beale, 
bds with E. G. Doyle 

Cameron John, dwl N s Silver bet Third and 
Fourth 

Cameron John D. toll-collector Mission Road, dwl 
Mission bet Harris and Price 

Cameron N. speculator, bds Niantic Hotel 

Cameron Robert, teamster, bds with Hugh Cam- 
eron 

Camey John, cooper, Oregon nr Front, dwl Bry- 
ant Place 

Cammack Joseph, dwl 109 Sacramento 

Oammet (John) & Huff (Oliver B.) Exchange 
Bakery Saloon, 162 Kearny, dwl E s Third 
nr Jessie 

Camp Herman, speculator, dwl 7 Waverley PI 

Camp W. F. saw-manufry, 98 and 100 Jackson 

Campe Albert, coppersmith, 216 Jackson 

Campe John (Kohn & C.) dwl SW cor Montgom- 
ery and Sutter 

Campe John H. (Decker & 0.) dwl SW cor Pine 
and Montgomery 

Campbell A. C. atty at law, 104 Merchant, dwl 
Howard nr Third 

Campbell A. D. boot-maker, 68 Commercial 

Campbell (Alex.) & Pratt (0. C), attys at law, 
NW cor Sacramento and Montgomery, up 
stains, dwl N s Turk bet Mason and Taylor 

Campbell (Akxander) & Turk (Frank), attys at 
law 148 Clay, dwl W s Powell bet Green 
and Vallejo 

Campbell Alexander, porter, 44 Battery, dwl S s 
Post bet Mason and Taylor 

Campbell Alvin C. atty at law, dwl S s Howard 
bet Second and Third 

Campbell Charles E. fruits, NE cor Sutter and 
Kearny 

Campbell Duncan, laborer, dwl N s Union bet 
Montgomery and Sansome 

Campbell Francis, waiter. Mansion House, dwl 
S s Minnie bet Third and Fourth 

Campbell George (Dickson, De Wolf & Co.) cor 
Merchant and Battery 

Campbell Henry C. law student, bds with Alex- 
ander Campbell 

Campbell J. bds What Cheer House 

Campbell James, seaman, dwl 183 California 

Campbell James A. waiter, What Cheer House 

Campbell John, hostler, 17 Battery 

Campbell John E. barkeeper. Magnolia Saloon, 
dwl 148 Commercial 

Campbell J. W. dwl W s Robins' PI near Union 

Campbell L. A. Mrs. boarding, Davis bet Clay 
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Campbell M. bds Benton House 
• Campbell Nicholas, carpenter, dwl W s Powell 

bet Vallcjo and Green 
Campbell Patrick, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl SE 

cor Fourtii and Louisa 
Campbell Piiilip. cokeman, S. F. Gas Co 
Campbell Sniitli, dwl E s Dupont nr Filbert 
Campbell, Thomas, blacksmith at Fort Point, dwl 

W s Ritch bet Folsom and Harrison 
Campbell William, book-keeper, witii Brittan & 

Aj'ers, bds with A. D. McDonald 
Campbell William, carpenter, dwl Taylor bet 

Post and Geary 
Campbell William H. laborer, dwl Leavenworth 

nr Green 
Campi James & Co. (John B. Mauletti) coffee- 
stand, cor Merchant and Sansome 
Campion Adolph, barber, 108 Commercial 
Campion Flore, barber, 108 Commercial 
Campion Thomas, laborer with Wm. Horr & Co 
Campioni Ernest E. printer, with Blake & MoSBtt 

bds with William Fell 
Can L dwl 107 Broadway 
Cana John, teamster. Fort Point 
Canahan W. painter, rear City Hall, dwl cor 

Broadway and Dupont 
Canavan Edward J. chemist, 323 Dupont 
Cande {Lorin) & Fretigny ( Victor) proptrs St. 

Ann's Garden, NE cor St. Ann and Eddy 
Caney Edward, dwl 170 Mission 
CANFIKLD (^1. W.)., PIERSON [J. W. J.) & 

CO. (Aaron Johnson), imps of clothing, 84 

Battery, res New York 
Canfield, Rufus J. forwarding dept Wells, Fargo 

& Co. dwl E s Mason bet Green and Taylor 
Canginna Auguste, cook, Job's Restaurant, dwl 

5 Union 
CAXNAVAN MICHAEL. Bee Hive, importer 

and dealer in dry goods and gents furnish- 
ing articles, 222 Dupont dwl 229 Dupont 
Canning J. machinist, dwl SE cor Minnie and 

Third 
Canning James, stove-mounter, 100 Battery bds 

Columbia Hotel 
Cannon Adam, dwl N s Bryant bet Stanly Place 

and Second 
Cannon Andrew J. with Baker & Cutting 
Cannon E. E. bds Xiantic Hotel 
Cannon M. bds Benton House 
Cannovan J. hand-cart, dwl SW cor Union and 

Powell 
Canon William, 5 and 6 Washington Market 
Canton Kara Kee (Chinese) washing, 212 Kearny 
Canty Daniel, clerk, 33 Montgomery 
Canty Michael, fruit-stand, dwl N s Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
Canty Thomas, bar-room, W s Third bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Canty Timothy, tailor, at Tobin & Eisenberg dwl 

Kearny bet California and Sacramento 
Capel J. captain schr Elizabeth Owens, Wash St. 

Wharf 
Capelle Charles, dwl rear Pacific bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Caperton John, oCBce Tehuantepec Co. cor Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
Capp Charles S. dep county clerk, dwl 149 Bush 
Capp Samuel M. salesman, dwl Thos. McKenna 



Capprise Joseph, liquors, 225 Dupont dwl cor 

Vallejo and Sonoma Place 
Caradlne Peter, .seaman, dwl cor Com and East 
Caratfa (I'ominico) & Co. (Gaetano Caraffa & 

Gerolano Zai/fjio) bakers, 348 Powell 
Caralla Gaetano, "{ Cara/'i & Co.) 348 Powell 
Carbery Thomas M. waiter, dwl 34 Webb 
Card Russell, drayman, SE cor Front and Wash 

dwl NE cor Stockton and California 
Card S. capt. Pres. M. T. Co. office NE cor Clay 

and Battery dwl 4 St. Mary's 
Cardinet Erailej fish, 25 and 26 Wash Market dwl 

Vallcjo bet Dupont and Stockton 
Cardoza John, tailor, 52 Commercial 
Carew Thomas, job-cart, dwl 28 Natoma 
Carey Jeremiah, bar-keeper, dwl 169 California 
Carey Jeremiah, laborer, 55 Sansomo bds cor 

Bush and Morse 
Carey Thomas, mason. Fort Point dwl N s Pacific 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Carey William, brick-layer, dwl 25 Bush 
Cargill A. H. carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Carin James, seaman, bds 13 Clementina 
Carkcek Morgan, seaman, dwl junc California and 

Market 
Carl Charles (Lee & C.) dwl 252 Powell 
Carl Henry, (Schroth & C.) dwl 101 Merchant 
Carl Kilian, dwl N s Hardie Place nr Kearny 
Carl Richard, milk-ranch, Presidio Road opposite 

Cottage House 
Carl William, laborer, with Bowen & Richardson 

Presidio Road 
Carle John, carpenter, bds Isthmus House 
Carle Silas, carpenter, bds Isthmus House 
Carlin Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Sutter bet Powell 

and Stockton 
Carlin William, blacksmith, dwl Morey Alley nr 

Broadway 
Carlisle Robert, boiler-maker, d^l with Thomas 

Ross 
Carlos diaries, harness and saddles, 159 Pacific 
Carls Mary Mrs. dwl B s Scott bet Bdy and Pacific 
Carlton Charles C. with W. T. Coleman & Co. dwl 

with Frederick MacCrellish 
Carlton Francis D. with W. T. Coleman & Co. bds 

with Frederick MacCrellish 
Carlton Francis L. machinist, with Henry Hewitt 

& Co. bds Albion House 
Carlton Henry Jr. ( Wm. T. Coleman & Co.) dwl 

Harrison bet First and Second 
Carlton Henry P. principal grammar department 

Powell St. School, bds NW cor Broadway 

and Taylor 
Carlton J. H. engineer, steamer Cortes bds Stew- 
art St. Restaurant 
Carlton M. bds What Cheer House 
Carlyle David, cattle trader, dwl N s Yallejo nr 

Stockton 
Carlyle H. C. laborer, with James M. Raymond 

cor Pine and Van Ness Avenue 
CARMAN BENJAMIN, Justice Peace 5th dist, 

office 125 Cal dWl cor Sac and Leidesdorfi" 
Carman Benjamin R. physician, SE cor Dupont 

and Washington 
Carman L. J. physician, office and dwl SE cor 

Dupont and Washington 
Carman William, physician, cor Bush and Mont- 
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Carmnny John IT. printer, Towne & Bacon, dvvl 

Clay abovo Powell 
Cannicli "William, hostler, bds 38 "Webb 
CarnaudJulos, Music Academy, 181 Commercial 
Carndiifl Samuel, well-digger, dwl Powell near 

Sacramento 
Carnell Ricbard, fruit and confectionary, 92 Mont 
Carneps B. F. dwl NE cor Powell and Vallejo 
Carnigie William, clerk, with Watkins & Ustick 
Carnin Joseph, Belvedere Laundry, Bdy nr Mason 
Caro Julius, merchant, dwl 152 Montgomery 
Caro Louis, cigars, cor Commercial and East 
Carolan Patrick, steamboat steward, dwl W s 

Annie bet Market and Jessie 
Carpeaux Charles, brick-layer, dwl S s Broadway 

nr Stockton 
Carpeaux Joseph, brick-layer, dwl S a Broadway 

nr Stockton 
Carpenter Adolph, hand-cartman, dwl Third nr 

Market 
Carpenter, Daniel, driver, at Swain's Bakery dwl 

S s Tehama bet Fourth and Fifth 
Carpenter D. H. physician, bds 261 Stockton 
Carpenter George, foreman, 23 California 
Carpenter George W. salesman, with Hammond 

and Knowles dwl with Allen Eells 
Carpenter Harriet, dwl 8 Harlan Place 
Carpenter Harvey, stoves and tinware, 212 Clay 

dwl 58 St. Mark's Place 
Carpenter Isaac W. printer, at 168 Montgomery 
Carpenter Miles B. {J. Y. Hallock & Co.) res N. 

York 
Carpenter "William {Thompson & C.) 216 Kear'y 
Carpenter "William C. steward. Golden Age, dwl 

12 Harlan Place 
Carpenter "W'illiam L. printer, dwl 289 Pacific 
Carpentier Edward R. attorney at law, N"W cor 

Montgomery and Merchant 
Carpentier Horace W. attorney at law, NW cor 

Montgomery and Merchant res Oakland 
Carpentier Lucien (widow) dwl 322 Powell 
Carr G. "Wales, boarding, 16 Sansome 
Carr Jeremiah, boiler-maker, dwl SE cor Rassette 

Place No. 2 and Sutter 
Carr Jeremiah, hostler, bds 33 "Webb 
Carr John T. book-keeper, dwl NE cor Kearny 

and Sutter 
Carr Joseph A. cooper. Dow's Distillery 
Carr Lark in "W. clerk, 24 Battery 
Carr "William, boarding, N s Chambers nr Front 
Carrau John, butcher, 14 New Market dwl Pac 
Carrau Joseph, butcher. New Market dwl Sutter 

nr Dupont 
Carrere (Adolph) & Co. (Leon Chabert) importers 

liquors, 142 Jackson dwl 21 St. Mark's PI 
Carrigan Michael, waiter, "What Cheer House 
Carrigan Thomas, drayman, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Powell and Mason 
Carrillo Raymond, molder, Vulcan Iron "Works 
Carrington "Wm. real estate, dwl "W s Oneida 

Place nr Sacramento 
Carrique Edward T. collector, dwl 237 "Wash 
Garrison Henry, millinery and fancy goods, 149 

Sacramento 
Carroll Christopher, laborer, dwl Sansome bet 

Union and Filbert 
Carroll D. C. saloon, NW cor Powell and Pac 
Carroll Edward, laborer. Fort Point 



Carroll George, painter, at 55 "Washington 
Carroll George, boot-maker, 143 Sansome dwl' 

cor Pacific and Kearny 
Carroll Jeremiah, boiler-maker with Coffey & Ris- 

don 
Carroll John, laborer, dwl S s Howard nr First 
Carroll John, laborer, dwl N s Stockton Place 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Carroll John, wholesale liquors, 50 First 
Carroll John P. clerk with John Carroll, 50 First 
Carroll Kate, chambermaid, Railroad House 
Carroll Martin, drayman, 58 and CO Sacramento, 

dwl Filbert bet Dupont and Stockton 
Carroll Michael, laborer, dwl 133 Kearny 
Carroll Michael, with Michael Torpy, dwl S s 

Howard bet First and Second 
Carroll Michael, shoe-maker, dwl with John Car- 
roll 50 First 
Carroll {Patrick) & Bro. (Thomas Carroll) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NE cor Third and Minnie 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, bds Miner's Home, Pac 
Carroll Rev. Richard, pastor St. Francis Church 
and principal St. Thomas School, Mission 
Dolores 
Carroll Thomas, clothing, 246 Clay 
Carroll Thomas ( Carroll & Brother) dwl NE cor 

Third and Minnie 
Carroll Thomas, carpenter, 35 "Washington 
Carroll Thomas D. carver, dwl 246 Clay 
Carroll "William, coachman, dwl Bdy nr Powell 
Carroll "V\^illiam, laborer, dwl E s Ohio nr Bdy 
Carroll "Wm. teamster, Presidio Road nr Distillery 
Carsen John, laundry. Mason bet Lombard and 

Chesnut 
Carson Bernard, engraver, 152 Sacramento 
Carson F. M. {Parker & Co.) Presidio Distillery, 

off 83 "^''ashington 
Carson Henry, {II. Sharp & Co.) 65 California 
Carson John, boarding, "W s "Webb bet Sacra- 
mento and California 
Carson John G. blacksmith, cor Sac and Davis 
Carss Robert, teamster, dwl N s Louisa bet Third 

and Fourth 
Carssasa Charles, dwl E s Union PI nr Union 
Carssasa R. dwl E s Union Place nr Union 
Carswell John D. printer at 111 "Washington dwl 

cor Union and Vincent 
Carter C. painter, dwl 4 Brown's Place, rear 
Carter Charles D. real estate broker, NE corner 

Merch and Mont, dwl "W s Powell nr Val 
Carter Francis (col'd) house-cleaner, dwl Miles' 

Place nr Sacramento 
Carter George, boatman, bds Manhattan House 
Carter George R. (Treadivell & Co.) NE cor Cali- 
fornia and Battery 
Carter J. packer Am. Flour Mills, bds cor Sacra- 
mento and Davis 
Carter John, laborer, Fort Point 
Carter John, waiter, Railroad House 
Carter John T. book-keeper with Jos. Genella, 

dwl S s Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
Carter J. S. clerk at 103 Front, bds Hillman's 

Temperance House, 80 Davis 
Carter J. "W. clerk at Jos. Genella, dwl S s Ste- 
venson bet Third and Fourth 
Carter Lewis, dwl cor Ellis and Hyde 
Carter M. H. express wagon, bds St. Charles Ho- 
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Carter Peter, clerk S. F. City Water-Works NE 

cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Carter Robert, tinsmith, dwl E 3 "Wetmore Place 

bet Clay and Washington 
Carter Robert, Mrs. boardinp, Fort Point 
Carter Robert C. tinsmith, dwl E s Wetmore PI 

bet Clay and Washington 
Carter William, XE cor Mason and Broadway 
Carter Wm. P. cooper, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

with Mrs. Campbell, Davis bet Clay and 

Commercial 
Cartier Victor, lapidary, 92 Broadway 
Cartmell Margaret (widow) dress-maker, dwl W 

s Ecker bet Market and Stevenson 
Carto Benjamin, carpenter, 155 California 
Cartwright Thomas, teamster, NE cor California 

and Sansome 
Cartwright William, bds Columbia House, Stew- 
art 
Carty Dennis, plasterer, SE comer Powell and 

Sutter 
Carty James {Mulloy & C) dwl SE cor Jackson 

and Sansome 
Carver John, laborer, dwl 116 Dupont 
Gary James C. (^RoUaday & C.) dwl S s Clemen- 
tina bet First and Second 
Gary Peter, mason, dwl 67 Broadway 
Gary {S. Be WiU) & Winegar {A. B.) flour and 

grain, 104 Front, dwl Commercial nr Mason 
GARY THOMAS G. Jr. commission merchant, 

124 California, up-stairs, dwl 225 Cal 
Caryl I. carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Carzrutre John, cook, dwl 8 Waverly Place 
Gasas Francis B. dead letter clerk, P. 0. resides 

Oakland 
Gasche William, sail-maker, bds cor Sacramento 

and Davis 
Caschenille Simon, French dyer, 227 Dupont 
Case Elijah, dwl S a Green bet Powell and 

Mason 
Case George A. job wagon, NW cor Stockton 

and Chesnut 
Case Philip, salesman, S. L. Wilson & Co. dwl 

Bush bet Stockton and Dupont 
Casebolt George T. foreman, H. Gasebolt & Go. 

dwl 157 California 
CASEBOLT (Henry) & GO. (Charl^ Van Gul- 

pen) carriage manufactory and importers, 

157 California 
Casebolt Ira J. blacksmith, at H. Casebolt & Co. 

dwl 157 California 
Casebolt Jacob D. blacksmith, ■with H. Casebolt 

<fc Go. dwl 157 California 
Caseley Thomas, cordwainer, bds with S. Han- 
cock 
Caselli A. with Pioche & Bayerque, cor Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
Caselli Alexander, dwl SW cor Gal and Sansome 
Casey Daniel, carriage-smith, with Folsom & 

Dingley, bds 90 Pine 
Casey Daniel, porter, at Crosby & Dibblee'a 

Warehouse, Union bet Battery and Front 
Casey Daniel H. with Collins & Tiffany 
Casey Daniel T. porter, dwl Sansome nr Green 
Casey Edward, dwl N s Broadway bet Mason 

and Powell 
Casey Ellen Miss, assistant teacher, intermediate 

department Union Street School 



Casey Eugene, gas-fitter, with J. K, Prior <k Co. 

bds with Hugh Cameron 
Casey James, hostler, Logue & Skelly, dwl N s 

Jessie bet Second and Third 
Casey Joanna (widow) dwl with P. Malony N s 

Mill's Place nr Dupont 
Ga.sey Joseph, tailor, dwl Adler nr Dupont 
Casey M. bds Benton House 
Casey Mary Mrs. liquors. 322 Dupont 
Casey Owen, proprietor boarding house, nr S. F. 

Sugar Refinery 
Casey Patrick, store-keeper, bds 92 Pacific 
Casey Patrick .J. Bell-in-Hand Saloon, 127 Kearny 
Casey P. B. dwl cor Mason and O'Farrell 
Casey P. C. liquor-saloon, SE comer Front and 

Tallejo 
Gash Samuel, machinist. Pacific Foundry, dwl 

Mission bet Fifth and Simmons 
Gashman John, porter, 24 Battery 
Cashman John Jr. waiter, Oriental Hotel 
Gashman William, roofer, at 154 Sansome, dwl 

Kearny nr Bush 
Cashman Wm. F. (Sullivan & C.) NE cor Cali- 
fornia and Front 
Casimier Jean, dwl W s Montgomery nr Pacific 
Caski Isadore, clothing, 185 Pacific 
Casperson Martin, upholsterer, at 112 Clay 
Gassaday Mary (widow) dwl 136 Broadway 
Gassaday Michael, hack-driver. Wade's Stables, 

dwl 126 Broadway 
Gassans Henry (Hashagan & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Stockton and Broadway 
Gassar Wm. waterman, dwlN s Eddy bet Powell 

and Mason 
Ga.ssedy William, drayman, dwl 6 Brown's PI 
Gasselon Andrew, laundry. Union nr Dupont 
Casser William, waterman, NW cor St. Ann and 

Eddy 
CASSERLY EUGENE, attorney at law, NW 

cor Montgomery and Commercial, dwl S s 

Clementina bet First and Second 
Casserly Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Cassey (Peter W.) & Mercier (Charles U.) bar- 
bers (col) 120 Merchant bds Sacramento nr 

Yerba Buena 
Cassidy Ellen Mrs. washing, dwl E 8 St. Vin- 
cent nr Union 
Cassidy John, works S. F. Sugar Refinery, dwl 

N s Dupont Place bet Kearny and Dupont 
Cassidy John C. steward, 190 California 
Cassidy Philip, laborer, dwl Ss Minnie bet Third 

and Fourth 
Cassidy T. S. bds What Cheer House 
Cassie William, carpenter, dwl cor Larkin and 

Ellis 
Cassimere Vorbie, cook. Railroad House 
Cassimy Joseph, miner, dwl NE cor Sutter and 

Clara 
Gassin Francis, clerk, with Moses O'Connor, dwl 

NW cor Sansome and Jackson 
Gassin J. laborer, dwl 18 Post 
Gassin Z. dwl W s Card's Alley 
Cassou P. importer cigars, 111 Washington, dwl 

144 Washington 
Castagnet D. restaurant. 320 Dupont 
Castal Francis, furniture, 255 Dupont 
Caster John, porter, 176 and 178 Montgomery 



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eastern G. E. importer, 148 Washington, dwl 245 

"Washinptou 
Castillou Nanette Mme. comedienne, dwl SE 

cor Jackson and Dupont 
Castle Frederick L. merchant, 37 California, dwl 

281 Stockton 
Castle {Goodman) Brothers, merchant, 37 Cali- 
fornia, dwl N s Howard nr Third 
Castle Micliael, merchant, 37 California 
Castle Stephen W. carpenter, Dow's Distillery- 
Castle William {Smith & C.) dwl W s Stewart 

bet Howard and Mission 
Caato T. E. cooper, at NE cor Drumm and 

Washington 
Casto {William) & Shew {L. N.) coopers, cor 

Drumm and Washington 
Castro Jos6, dwl SW cor Filbert and Tarenne 
Castro Manuel, real estate, dwl California Hotel 

cor Commercial and Dupont 
Castro Mercedes (widow) dwl E s Beale nr Har- 
rison 
Castro William, stave-manufacturer, SW cor Mis- 
sion and Fremont, dwl 14 Sansome 
Caswell Allen, blacksmith, Pacific Fouudry 
Caswell John, boat-builder, S s Market bet Main 

and Spear 
Cate John, 5 Clay Street Wharf; dwl 8 Geary 
Catharinor Joseph, hand-can, dwl 42 Com 
Catlin, Percival H. fruit-stand, 214 Dupont 
Cattaneo Joshua, cook, 61 Merchant 
Catton John C. broker, dwl SW cor Green and 

Kearny 
Caulfield Michael W. molder, Pacific Foundry, 

dwl S s Mission nr Price 
Cauninck Felix, liquor-saloon, 199 Jackson 
Causse Edward, barber, 125 Kearny, dwl 224 

Sacramento 
Cavahlo Charles T. Chinese interpreter. Police 

Judge's Court 
Cavallier Jean B. dwl N s Folsom bet Third and 

Fourth 
Cavalliont J. dwl SE cor Jackson and Dupont 
Cavan George, ship-joiner, dwl W s Third bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
Cavanaugh Dora (widow) dwl S s Mission bet 

Johnson and Price 
Cavanaugh M. carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Cavanaugh Martin, laborer, dwl William bet 

Post and Sutter 
Cavangnac {J.) & Toilson {Chas.) Telescope Hs, 

Telegraph Hill 
Cavany Michael, laborer, cor Market and Davis 
Caverley Edward, hatter, dwl NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Yallejo 
Caverley Richard, boiler-maker, Union Foundry 
Caywood J. M. bds What Cheer House 
Cazassa A. gardener, dwl Wood bet Mission and 

Market 
Cazeaux D dwl 189 Pacific 
CAZNEAU T. N. general insurance adjuster. 

Underwriter's rooms, Battery nr Wasbmg- 

ton dwl 17 Tehama 
Cazneau W. Leslie, clerk, dwl W s Powell nr Clay 
• Ceine Elizabeth Mrs. dwl S s Greenwich near 

Dupont 
Celle Eugene, physician, ofi" and dwl 246 Wash 
Cellers Nancy H. (widow) boardmg, W s Second 

bet Minna and Mission 



Centeno Lewis, laborer, dwl Yallejo bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Center David, book-keeper, dwl NW cor Center 

and Folsom 
Center James, stock-dealer, bds NW cor Center 

and Folsom 
CENTER JOHN, gardens and nurseries, dwl NW 

cor Center and Folsom 
Centliver Eliza Mrs. dwl Sansome bet Yallejo 

and Green 
Centliver Francis, porter, dwl Sansome bet Yal- 
lejo and Green 
Centliver Henry, porter, dwl Sansome bet Yallejo 

and Green 
Centre W. saddler, SW cor Union and Powell 
Cerf Jules, dwl N s Green nr Stockton 
Cetcovich John, fruits, 18 First 
Chabead J. X. real estate, dwl California Hotel 

cor Commercial and Dupont 
Chabert Leon ( Carrere &, Co.) dwl St. Mark's PI 
Chabot Anthony, superintendent San Francisco 

City Water Works, off NE cor Montgomery 

and Jackson 
Chabot Rami, assistant foreman S. F. City Water 

Y''orks, off NE cor Montgomery and Jackson 
CHACE BENJAMIN T. proprietor Chace's Mills 

SW cor Beale and Market, dwl S s Folsom 

bet Beale and Fremont 
Chadbourne Charles F. Eclipse Bakery, E s Du- 
pont nr Union 
Chadbourne Charles H. carpenter, with H. G. 

Murdoch 
Chadbourne Joseph, Eclipse Bakery, E s Dupont 

nr Union 
Chadbourne Levi, liquor merchant, Sansome bet 

Pacific and Jackson dwl corner Larkin and 

Green 
Chadbourne Thomas J. at Eclipse Bakery E s 

Dupont nr Union 
Chadwick C. B. guano, dwl 229 Clay 
Chadwick E. C. M. Capt. steamer Queen City, off 

Cal. S. N. Co. dwl 223 Stockton 
Chadwick John, book-binder, with A. Buswell 

133 Clay 
Chadwick William S. stevedore, dwl E s Main 

bet Folsom and Mission 
Chaigneau Yictor, bakery, 189 Pacific 
Chairman Walter P. clerk, NE cor Pine and 

Montgomery 
Chalmers James, liquors, SE cor Mission and 

First 
Chalmers James, clerk for James B. Chalmers, 

dwl S s Howard bet First and Fremont 
Chalmers James B. liquors, dwl S s Howard bet 

First and Fremont 
Chalmers James C. with James Chalmers 
Chambariere Isadore ( 0. Grellet & Co.) dwl 136 

Jackson 
Chamberlain Charles M. attorney at law 92 Mer- 
chant dwl 197 Pine 
Chamberlain Henry L. tin plate-worker, 100 Bat- 
tery, dwl Sacramento nr Stockton 
Chamberlain Joseph P. newspaper-clerk, P. 0. 

dwl Post Office 
Chamberlain William, stage-driver for P. Hunt 

&Co. 
Chambers Calvin F. veterinary surgeon, N s Hunt 

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Chambers George, machinist, dwl E 8 Third bet 

Townseud and Brannan 
Chambers Horace, dwl 10 Montgomery 
Chambers James, saddler, dwl 204 Stockton, rear 
Chambers Joseph, tmsmith, at 41 Battery bds 

22 Sansome 
Chambers T. J. A, real estate, 187 Washington 

dwl N s Greenwich bet Powell and Mason 
Chambers "William, special policeman 
Chamblin Elizabeth Mrs. Tammany Hall Saloon, 

S s Merchant nr Kearny 
Chamblin I. F. at J. L. Chamblin's, S s Washing- 
ton nr Davis 
CHAMBLIN J. L. commission merchant and 

flour, S s Washington bet Front and Davis 

bds American Exchange 
Champion Augusta, clerk, with Lemoine, Fro- 

ment & Co. 
Champlin William B. clerk, cor Bush and Mont 
Chandler (/. L.) & O'Callahan {John) grocers 

129 Clay 
Chandler Richard, seaman, dwl N a Green nr 

Montgomery 
Chaney Aaron, mill-wright, dwl S s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
CHAPELLE A. MARIUS, real estate broker, 97 

Merchant, dwl Cor Dupont and Vallejo 
Chapin Edward, dwl NE cor Jackson and 

Virginia 
Chapin Edwin M. book-keeper, SW cor Commer- 
cial and Sansome, bds Tremont House 
CHAPIN GEORGE W. & CO. general agency 

and employment office, NE cor Clay and 

Kearny, dwl 252 Powell (see advertisement) 
Chapin S. A. 139 Front, dwl San Antonio 
Chapin Samuel A. dwl E s Powell nr Clay 
Chapman Chas. butcher, bds with John Barker 
Chapman D. P. bds What Cheer House 
Chapman G. W. porter, 43 and 45 California 
Chapman Ira H. light-house keeper, Point Bonita 
Chapman James, capt. schr Eliza, dwl with Thos. 

Blackmore 
Chapman Jno. carpenter, dwl Francisco nr K'my 
Chapman John, wagon-maker, at 43 Pine 
Chapman Phcebe Mrs. dwl N s Green nr San 
Chappee Benjamin, laborer, dwl 208 Sacramento 
ChapepUe Guadalupe Mrs. dwl W s Mason bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Chappelle Jacob G. detective police, dwl N a 

Filbert bet Kearny and Dupont 
Charles Isadore, paper-box manufacturer, 110 

Sacramento 
Charles John, calker, bds 33 Broadway 
Charles Joseph, laborer, Bryant Place 
Charles L. L. clerk, steamship Brother Jonathan 

dwl SE cor Dupont and Sacramento 
Charles Robt. H. feed store, S s Market nr K'my 
Charles T. C. liquidating entry clerk C. H. dwl 

W s Dupont nr Greenwich 
Charles Thomas, proprietor Bryant House, 97 

Dupont 
Charpiot Joseph {Feusier & Co.) dwl 96 Bdy 
Charreure Eugene, cook, California Restaurant 
Charreure Eugenie Madame, proprietress Califor- 
nia Restaurant, SE cor Dupont and Com 
Charrington Harriet (widow) dress-maker, at 248 

Clay 
Chart Obed, gardener, Presidio Road 



Charton Gustave A. cook, Elisee Garden Hotel 

McLaren Lane bet Folsom and Howard 
Chartres Ciiarles, bar-keeper, 224 Clay 
Chartrey Julie Madame, dress-maker 102 Dupont 
Chase Andrew J. (Brted k C.) bds 256 Stockton 
CHASE {Charles 21.) & BORUCK {Marcus D.) 

editors and proprietors Spirit of the Times 

and Fireman's Journal, 120 Montgomery 

dwl 7 Stone 
CHASE E. JACOB, superintendent Washington 

Market, ofif 127 Washington, up stairs, dwl 

68 Merchant 
Chase George, dwl Fremont nr Folsom 
CHASE GEORGE, vinegar manufactory, dwl N 

8 Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Chase Geo. H. actor, dwl 180 Jackson 
Chase Henry A. compositor, dwl NW cor Clay 

and Stockton 
Chase Jacob, special policeman 
Chase Jeremiah, salesman, with A. Kohler, dwl 

276 Stockton 
Chase John, teamster lor Wm. Barker, dwl Kear- 
ny nr Jackson 
Chase Quincy A. book-keeper, with A. Kohler, 

dwl Pine nr Stockton 
Chase Richard, machinist. Pacific Foundry bds 

SW cor Jessie and Ecker 
Chase Robert P. {Farmer, C. & Co.) physician, 

dwl 136 Bush 
Chase Russell, machinist, with Henry Hewitt & 

Co. dwl 20 Sansome 
Chase Thoma.s, laborer, dwl 182 California, rear 
Chase William, clerk, bds 233 Kearny 
Chase William T. carpenter, dwl 1S2 Cal, rear 
Chase W. W. clerk, 194 Kearny 
Chatellier Joseph, wood and coal, Bdy Wliarf 
Chater Alfred, groceries, NW cor Sparks and 

Mission 
Chatham Rowland, miller, dwl Potrero SE Bran- 
nan St. Bridge 
Chator Nathaniel, bds Taylor bet Sutter and Bush 
Chatterton Edward, molder, Sutter Iron Works 
Chauce Adrian G. storage and com, 197 Mont 
Chauvet Justin, calker, dwl SW cor Main and 

Market 
Chavaner Madame, groceries, S 8 Pacific near 

Dupont 
Chavon Adolph, 144 Washington, room 10 
Chazal P. A. agent stmrs Guadalupe and Santa 

Cruz, NE cor Clay and Battery dwl E s 

Dupont bet Sacramento and California 
Cheek E. C. turner, bds 46 Sansome 
Cheek W. M. property-man, bds 233 Kearny 
Cheesman Morton, {Mark Brumagim & Co.) dwl 

S s Tehama bet First and Second 
Cheever Henry A. ship and real estate broker, 

dwl W s Essex bet Harrison and Folsom 
Chell Eliza Mrs. boarding. 40 Webb 
Chell John W. dwl 40 Webb 
Chellis Andrew, bar-keeper, cor Sac and East 
Cheminant Antoine.druggist and surgeon, French 

Hospital dwl 10 Virginia 
Cheney Henry W. book-keeper. Railroad House 
Cheney Jesse {Savory & Co.) bds Summer near 

Montgomery 
Chenu Charles, cook, dwl 35 St. Mary's 
Cherles Henry, laborer, dwl Lombard bet Mason 

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CHERRY CHARLES, proprietor Philadelphia 

Bakery, W s Third bot Folsoin and Harrison 
Cherry James, carpenter, bds NE cor Main and 

Folsoin 
Cherry James, machinist, Albany Foundry 
Cherry John W. painter, dwl Hyde bet Green 

and Union 

Chertzcr , carpenter, bds 64 Montfromery 

Cheseborough David A. restaurant, East near 

Jackson 
Cheseborough E. boarding, 233 Kearny 
Chesley Charles P. {Millot G. & Co. and John 

Nodes & Co.) dwl N s Minnie bet Third and 

Fourth 
Chesley J. carrier, Morning Call 
Chester II. carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Cheule Jean, boarding, 236 Clay 
Chevallier Louiza Madame, boarding, S"W cor 

Dupont and Sutter 
CHEVALLIER VICTOR, pharmacie Fran9ais, 

207 Clay 
Chevassus Edward, cashier and book-keeper, for 

J. Guerin & Co. dwl Union Hotel 
CHEVEBS WILLIAM H. clerk U. S. Dis. Court 

and U. S. Commissioner dwl SW cor Wash- 
ington and Stockton 
Chick Elwell, carpenter and builder, dwl N s 

Jessie bet First and Second 
Chick Harrison, clerk, with Fisher & Co. NE cor 

Montgomery and Commercial 
Child Asa, painter, bds 825 Bush 
Child C. W. Petaluma messenger. Freeman & Co.'s 

Express 
Child Edwin F. {Strohridge & Co.) dwl S s Post 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Child William C. clerk, at 118 Montgomery dwl 

with E. F. Child 
Childress ilartha W. Mrs. adjuster U. S. B. M. 

dwl Union nr Mason 
Childs Eben L. admr. estate T. 0. Larkin, office 

NW cor Montgomery and Sacramento 
Childs George, clerk, dwl 101 Dupont 
Childs James, carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Childs 0. W.\Dow C. & Co.) dwl 39 Montgomery 
Childs P. G. with E. T. Pease & Co. bds Virginia 

Block 
Ching Hop (Chinese) merchant, 237 Dupont 
Chinmark Moses, shipwright, 6 Spear 
Chintz Harmon, cutler, 223 Kearny dwl Pinckney 

Place nr Broadway 
Chipman James G. tin-smith, 82 Jackson dwl Ss 

Union bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Chipman W. W. attorney at law,17 6 Montgomery 

dwl E s Powell bet Jack.son and Pacific 
Chisholm William, pressman, Alta California dwl 

13 Clementina 
Chittenden Arthur Jr. assistant San Francisco 

College. N s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
CHITTENDEN (Henry TV.) & CULVERWELL 

(Stephen S.) sash, door and blind manuf, 

Market St. Mills Market op Battery dwl S s 

Clay bet Dupont and Waverly Place 
Chittenden J. wood-sawyer, with Hobbs, Gilmore 

_ &Co. 
Chittenden Rev. John, principal San Francisco 

College, N s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Chittenden Joseph G. with Hobbs, Gilmore & Co. 
dwl with George W. Gilmore 



Chittenden Nathaniel W. atty at law, 178 Mont 
Choato Thomas B. clerk with Wm. H. Keith & 

Co. dwl 137 Montgomery 
Chrich C. merchant, bds St. Nicholas 
Christian C. book-keeper, dwl 247 Powell 
Christian E. J. aeronaut, dwl SE cor Sacramento 

and Davis 
Christian James, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Christian James, laborer, with Andrew Thomp- 
son dwl Summer nr Montgomery 
Christian (P. C.) and Doscher {U.) grocers, cor 

Union and Gaines 
Christian Richard, silk-dyer, junction Market and 

Eddy office 76 Montgomery 
Christian Sarah Mrs. silk and wool-dyer, 76 Mont 
Christiansen C. [J. Y. Hallock & Co.) dwl Powell 

bet Washington and Clay 
Christin Charles, melter, H. Hentsch, 120 Mont 
Christin Louis {Pons & C.) dwl SW cor Pine and 

Kearny 
Christopher Henry, dwl E s Scott bet Broadway 

and Pacific 
Christy Henry, salesman, dwl W s Oneida Place 

near Sacramento 
Christy James, blacksmith, 173 Front dwl Har- 
rison bet Beale and Fremont 
Christy Robert, blacksmith, bds with Jas. Christy 
Christy S. P. asst. entry clerk naval dept. C. H. 

dwl 182 California 
Chrystal Peter, dwl 370 Powell 
Chu Lung (Chinese) washing, 52 Commercial 
Chung E. (Chinese) washing, Clark nr Davis 
Chung Hing (Chinese) washing, 182 Pacific 
Chung Sun & Co. (Chinese) merchants, 173 Sac 
Church Andrew, book-keeper, Randell & Co. dwl 

Virginia Block 
Church Edward W. (Safher & C.) dwl E s Second 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Church Isaac S. 70 Sutter 
Church J. dwl SW cor Geary and Mason 
Church John, boiler-maker, Sutter Iron Works 

bds Eagle Hotel 
Church Joseph, boiler-maker, bds Eagle Hotel, 

Beale nr Folsom 
Church M. bds Benton House 
Church P. dwl SW cor Mason and Geary 
Church William, carpenter, 101 Pine 
Church William A. Empire Lodgings 168 Com 
Churchill Alfred, butcher, dwl cor Francisco and 

Meiggs' Wharf 
Churchill C. C. Lieut. U. S. A. 44 Bush 
Churchill Joseph, cooper, dwl 3 Trinity 
Chute J. R. clerk, bds Tremout House 
Chy Lung (Chinese) merchant, 166 Washington 
Cian Thomas, Rev. asst pastor St. Francis Church, 

dwl N s Vallejo bet btockton and Dupont 
CILLS JAMES H., U. S. Branch Mint, dwl S s 

Sacramento bet Powell and Mason 
Cimmerman Henry, slaughter-house, Presidio 

Road nr Toll Gate 
Cimmerman John, butcher, with Henry Cimmer- 
man Presidio Road • 
Cioccari Andrew, fruit-stand, NE cor Bush and 

Dupont 
Cipriani 0. F. merchant, 126 California, up stairs 
CIPRICO {George) & EWALD {Edward), proprs 
Montgomery Baths 163 Montgomery, dwl 6 
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CissDa John C. ofif 59 Front, dwl cor Ecker and 

Harrison 
Claassen Jacob, (Loehr & Co.), dwl American 

Hotel G3 and 65 Mout^omery 
Claassen Peter, clerk, bds G3 Montpomery 
Clafi'ey {Huhvrt D.) & Schofield (Jo/im). carpen- 
ters. 135 Mission, bds 89 Bush 
Clancy Michael, dwl N a Green nr Sansomo 
Clancy Patrick, teamster. Fort Point 
Clancy Thomas, drayman, cor Front and Sac 
Clancy Thomas, with Hall & Co. 41 Wash Mkt 
Clapp Elmer A. pail- maker, SW cor Fremont and 

Mission, bds Plaza Hotel 
Clapp Gustavus W. dwl SW cor California and 

Sansome 
Clapp James, carpenter, dwl cor Jackson and 

Virginia 
Clapp (Jason) & Eaton (.4?«i!arKZer), wagon-makers 

S s Market bet First and Second, dwl First 

nr Howard 
Clapp Louisa Mrs. asst teacher prammar dept 

Powell St. School, dwl with C. L. Wilson 
Clapp M. bds Benton House 
Clapp Michael, carpenter, 45 Battery 
Claprick John, blacksmith, dwl W s Fremont 

bet Folsora and Howard 
Clar J. surveyor, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Clara F. bds What Cheer House 
Clark Alfred, cook, Red Jacket Restaurant East 

nr.Tack8on 
Clark Allen, bds with Edward Boyle 
Clark Allen C. machinist, Union Foundry, bds 

with Philo Doud 
Clark Andrew, capt sloop Cleopatra, Clay St. 

Wharf 
Clark C. C. employment office Kearny nr Clay, 

dwl cor Kearny and St. Charles 
Clark Charles (col) bar-keeper at 252 Pacific, dwl 

E s Lafayette Place nr Green 
Clark Charles H. dwl N s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Clark Charles H. Jr. N s Riley, bet Taylor and 

Jones 
Clark Charles P. dwl E s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Clark Charles W. stevedore, dwl S s Clay near 

Larkin 
Clark Daniel, shipping-ofiSce, S sVallejo nr Davis 

dwl 231 Kearny 
Clark Edward, laborer, bds Manhattan House 
Clark Edward, clerk, dwl 121 Pine 
Clark Edward P. stone-mason, dwl W s Oneida 

Place nr Sacramento 
Clark Eliza Mrs. lodgings, NE cor Sacramento 

and Sansome 
Clark F. newspaper-carrier, dwl Greenwich bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Clark Frank R. dwl SW cor Sacramento and 

Battery 
Clark George W. paper-hangings 131 Clay, dwl 

SE cor Mason and Union 
Clark Hawkins, furniture, 107 Kearny, dwl 245 

Sacramento 
Clark Hiram (Abernethy, G. & Co.) bds Oriental 

Hotel 
Clark Hiram C. atty at law, 171 Clay 
Clark H. AV. carpenter, dwl S s Sutter bet Mason 

and Taylor 



Clark James, butcher, dwl 260 Pacific, rear 
Clark James, groceries and liquors, SE cor Mar- 
ket and Second 
Clark James S. dwl 126 Stockton 
Clark J. E. bag-factory, Davis bet Clay and Com 
Clark John, laborer, Fort Point 
Clark John, laborer, dwl cor Pine and Battery 
Clark John D. carpenter, 137 Clay, dwl 16 San 
Clark John G. paying-teller Fretz & Ralston, dwl 

E s First bet Folsom and Howard 
CLARK {Jonas G.) & CO. {Gtorge B. Wilbur), 

imps and manufac'rs furniture, 128 Wash- 
ington, bds Hotel International (see adv) 
Clark Joseph, ( Cross & Co.) dwl N s Folsom bet 

First and Second 
Clark J. P. bag-maker with J. E. Clark 
Clark Judson H. baker, dwl W s Dupont bet 

Gearv and O'Farrell 
Clark J. W. {J. H. Co<jhiU& Co.), dwl 137 Stock 
Clark L. B. waiter, What Cheer House 
Clark Lyman, U. S. Mail Carrier, N s Jackson nr 

Sansome, dwl 327 Stockton 
Clark M. bds What Cheer House 
Clark Martin, {Martin & Norton), dwl 39 Mont 
Clark {X.) & Lipman {Joseph), barber-shop, 51 

Commercial, dwl S s Green bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Clark Nathan, barber, op Railroad House, dwl 15 

Green 
Clark Orange, Rev. D. D. dwl E s First bet Fol- 
som and Howard 
Clark Reuben, architect, Masonic Hotel 
Clark Seymour B. bar-keeper, 89 Front, dwl Post 

nr Montgomery 
Clark Simon P. (col), barber, 41 Kearny 
Clark Thomas W. carpenter, E s Dunbar Alley 

nr Merchant, dwl SW cor Greenwich and 

Stockton 
Clark Treat P. {Morton & C), bds 229 Clay 
Clark William A. clerk with C. & A. J. Langley, 

bds with Charles Langley 
Clark William H. at J. R. Greenough & Co.'s 
CLARK ( William ^.) &POE {Francis), attys at 

law, 177 Wash, dwl with Charles L. Ross 
Clark William H. T. watch-maker, 145 California 
Clarke Alfred, policeman, dwl St. Charles near 

Kearny 
Clarke Charles, pilot stmr J. Bragdon 
Clarke Daniel, atty at law. 11 and 13 Court Blk, 

dwl with Jeremiah Clarke 
Clarke E. Z. capt stmr Helen Hensley, office Cal. 

S. N. Co. dwl 210 Stockton ... 
Clarke Francis, carpenter, bds Benton House 
Clarke James, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Clarke James I^. apothecary, St. Mary Hospital, 

dwl Union bet Dupont and Stockton 
CLARKE JEREMIAH, atty at law, office 11 

and 13 Court Block, dwl Ss Fremont bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Clarke Jno. bds Benton House 
Clarke John A. Tehama House 
Clarke M. bds Benton House 
CLARKE NEWMAN S. Bt. Brig. Gen. Comd'g 

S. Dept. Pacific Div. U. S. A. office 44 Bush, 

bds Oriental Hotel 
Clarke Stephen, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Clarkson Henry C. dwl NW cor Dupont and 

Sacramento 



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Clarlin Win. porter with R. E. Brewster & Co 
Clary Thomas J. dwl cor Jessie and Jane 
Clary Thomas, seaman, dwl 350 Stockton, rear 
Clason J?aruard, laborer, dwl E 8 Taylor bet 

Post and Geary 
Classan J. C. carpenter, dwl E b Powell bet 

Francisco and Bay 
Classen (James) & Co. (John Eowe), proptrs Pa- 
cific Soda Works, S s Jessie bet Second and 
Third 
Claughley James A. packer, dwl Filbert bet Ma- 
son and Taylor 
Claughley Thomas, upholsterer, 19 Sao 
Claus Jacob, dwl S s St Marks Place bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Clausen Charles, boatman, dwl N s Stevenson 

bet First and Second 
Clausen Francis, diamond-setter, iTi Clay, dwl 

Brannan bet First and Second 
Clausen Jacob, seaman, dwl with Chas. Clausen 
Clausse Julie, (widow), dress-maker, 112 Dupont 
Claveau Antoine, artist, 210 Montgomery 
Claveau Ernest, painter, 210 Montgomery 
Clawiter >Iinna (widow), midwife, dwl 51 Mont 
Clawson Henry A. steamboat-bar, dwl SE cor 

Jackson and Dupont 
Clay Jabez P. (Morrill & C), Leavenworth nr 

Broadway 
Clay William, hair-dresser, 145| Sacramento 
Clayburgh Albert, clerk, 110 Commercial 
Claypole William, painter, dwl 132 Davis 
Clayton Anna E. Miss, asst teacher primary dept 
Market St. School, dwl N s Jackson bet 
Mason and Taylor 
CLAYTON CHAS. & CO. (S. S. Johnson), pro- 
duce commission merchants, 40 Clay, dwl 
N s Minnie nr Third 
Clayton F. D. bond-clerk, warehouse dept Cus- 
tom House, bds W s Third bet Townsend 
and Brannan 
Clayton Furman, engineer, dwl N s Jackson bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Clayton John, engineer, dwl N s Jackson bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Claxton George, bds What Cheer House 
Cleary Francis, clerk, dwl S s Chesnut bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Cleary Mrs. (widow), dwl S s Chesnut bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Cleary Patrick, clerk, dwl S s Chesnut bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Clegg Mary E. (widow), laundres.s, dwl S s Eve- 
rett bet Third and Fourth 
Clegg Thomas, speculator, dwl S s Bryant bet 

Second and Third 
Clemant Daniel, carpenter, dwl W a Trinity bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Clemen John, dwl 344 Stockton 
Clement E. dwl 189 Pacific 
Clement Ephraim B. clerk, bds with Joseph 

Clement 
Clement Eugene, cook, 207 Washington 
Clement John N. laborer, bds Tennessee House 

Pacific 
Clement Joseph, searcher of records, oflBce Bren- 
ham Place, dwl N s Green nr Union Place 
CLEMEXT ROSWELL P. (Merrill, C. & White) 
dwl N s Howard nr Fourth 



Clements G. S. dwl Union Alley bet Powell and 

Mason 
Clements John, laborer, at Turner Brothers 
Clements Louisa H. (widow) dwl N s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Clemet Eliza Mrs. dwl 7 Virginia Place 
Clemens William, engineer, at S. A. Metcalf's, 

dwl S s Natoma bet First and Second 
Cleron John P. vegetables. Clay Street Market, 

dwl cor Commercial and Leidesdorff 
Cleveland G. W. (of Cleveland Brothers, Marys- 

ville) office 95 Front, bds Post nr Kearny 
Cleveland James G. waterman, dwl E s Selina 

Place nr California 
Cleveland William H. fanner, dwl SW cor Jessie 

and Annie 
Clift Amos Jr. light-house keeper. South Faral- 

lone Island 
Clifton Harvev, actor, bds with Nathaniel Bassett 
Clin Moses ( Walter & C.) dwl 252 Kearny 
Clinton James, waterman, dwl S s Natoma bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Clinton John, laborer, dwl S s Vallejo nr Mont 
Cloak Daniel, machinist, Sutter Iron Works, cor 

Beale and Folsom 
Clock James, blacksmith, 89 Pine 
Close Richard, physician, 88 Montgomery 
Clothworthy James, stone-cutter, bds Mechanic's 

Boarding House, Market 
Cloud J. J. surveyor, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Clough Elijah, printer, SEcor Clay and Sansome 
Clough George, tinsmith, at 111 Washington 
Clough John (Bath & G.) dwl N s Mission near 

Third 
CLOUGH (Joseph) & DAM (George Wi) house 

brokers and real estate agents, 114 Mont- 
gomery, bds 269 Stockton 
Cloxby M. Mrs. cor Virginia and Caroline Place 
Clyde Robert S. attorney at law, 101 Merch 
Clyne John, gardener, dwl rear Willows bet 

Guerrero and Valencia 
Coachman J. C. inspector. Custom House, dwl 

S s Bush nr Metropolitan Hotel 
Coad Henry, actor, Maginre's Opera, bds 222 

Stockton 
Coad Samuel, musician, dwl NW cor First and 

Minnie 
Coady James K. at Field's Tannery, Simmons nr 

Brannan 
Coats Moses H. carpenter, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Second and Third 
Coats Theodore H. clerk, bds N s Brannan bet 

Second and Third 
Cobb Henry A. real estate auctioneer, 102 Mont- 

gomerj', dwl 373 Powell 
Cobleigh John L. drayman, 205 Dupont, dwl cor 

California and Van Ness Avenue 
Cobliner A. (M. & A. C.) dwl 150 Sansome 
Cobliner, M. & A. brokers, 150 San up stairs 
Coburn L. Custom House Stables, 144 Sansome 
Coburn Walter S. laborer, with Bowen & Rich- 
ardson 
Cochran John, brick-layer, dwl 245 Sacramento 
Cochran John, teacher of languages, rooms 258 

Stockton 
Cochran John, boiler-maker, with Coffey & Ris- 

don, dwl Sutter bet Montgomery and 

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Cochran Martin, laborer, S s Card's Alley 
Cochran Miiry Mrs. washing and ironinp, dvvl 

with John Cocliran N 8 Post bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Cochran Robert, master carpenter. Fort Point 
Cochran Robert, gardener, dvvl N s Harrison bet 

Harris and Simmons 
Cochrane Jolin, gardener, nr Presidio House, bds 

Harris House 
Coclirane J. T. bds What Cheer House 
Cochrane R. A. Mrs. dwl N s California bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Cochrane Richard A. druggist, dwl NE cor Bush 

and Powell 
Code John (W. & J. C.) 17 Battery 
Code, William & John, livery stable, \1 Battery 
Codington Wm. H. butcher, 53 Washington 

Marl<et, dwl cor Geary and Taylor 
Codwell James, clerk, 4 Jackson 
Cody M. wines and liquors, 35 Front 
Cody Patrick, stone-cutter, bds 4G Sansome 
Cody Thomas Rev. dwl rear St. Mary's Cathedral 
Coe Caroline (widow, col) dwl S s Sutter bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Coe Edward H. dwl 215 Stockton 
Coe Henry W. 42 Clay 
Coflee A. J. Brev. Lieut. Col. Paymaster, U. S. 

A. Office, SW cor Merchant and Mont 
Cofiee Esther Mrs. washing, E s Stockton near 

Union 
Coffee George W. boiler-maker, S s Jackson nr 

Davis, and U. S. Steamboat Inspector, office 

U. S. Court Building, dwl N s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Coffey Edward, liquors, W s Front nr Chambers 
Coffey John, clerk, dwl S s Berry bet Dupont 

and Clara 
Coffey John, proprietor Western House, 90 Pac 
Cofley John, laborer, with L. Krambach, dwl 

Berry nr Dupont 
Coffey John F. stevedore, dwl W s Gaines nr 

Union 
COFFEY [Leiois) & RISDON {John N.) black- 
smiths, boiler-makers and machinists, NE cor 

Bush and Jklarket, dwl S s Howard bet First 

and Second. (See advertisement) 
Coffey Michael James, dwl E s Virginia bet 

Jackson aud Pacific 
Coffin A. G. {Redington & Co.) res New York 
Coffin Albert, cooper, Front nr Pacific, dwl E s 

Everett nr Third 
Coffin Alexander, cooper, E s Front nr Pacific, 

dwl 55 Minnie 
Coffin Edward A. dwl 255 Kearny 
Coffin George, stevedore, dwl E s Main bet Fol- 

som and Mission 
Coffin Jarvis B. book-keeper, with R. S. Eells, 

& Co. dwl 30 i Minnie 
Coffin John, bds Sansome House SW cor Battery 

and Vallejo 
Coffin J. W. drayman, dwl N 3 Broadway bet 

Mason and Powell 
Coffin Mary (widow) dwl R. Burdett E s Vassar 

Place bet Second and Third 
Coffin Reuben M. cooper. Front cor Chambers, 

dwl Clay bet Powell and Mason 
Coffinier Eugene, rag-picker, dwl N s Brannan 

bet Fourth and^Fifth 

9 



Coflfroth, J. W. dwl Metropolitan Hotel 

COFRAN GEORGE, mason, dwl S s Bush bet 
Powell and Stockton 

Cogan Catlierine Miss, dross-maker, dwl with 
John Riley, Jessie nr First 

Cogan Patrick, driver, for Heaney's Bakery SE 
cor Dupont and Berry 

COGGESIIALL JOSIAli H. druggist, SE cor 
Stockton and Pacific, dwl Mason bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo 

Coggeshall Samuel, druggist, cor Stockton and 
Pacific, dwl W s Mason bet Vallejo and 
Broadway 

Coghill A. Jackson {of Burke & Co. Sacramento) 
ofl' 71 Front, bds 2G9 Stockton 

Coghill J. H. & Co. {J. W. Clark & W. N. Cog- 
hill) importers and jobbers groceries and 
provisions, SW cor Front and Commercial 

Coghill Thomas B. clerk 71 Front, dwl Powell 
bet Clay and Washington 

Coghill W. N. {J. H. Coghill & Co.) dwl Wash- 
ington bet Taylor and Jones 

Coghlan Thomas, clerk, NE cor Washington and 
Battery 

Coghlin Daniel C. shipwright, dwl W s Fremont 
bet Folsom and Howard 

Cogill John, teacher dancing, cor Jackson and 
Stockton, dwl cor Union and Leavenworth 

Cogswell Annie Miss, actress, Maguire's Opera 
House 

Cogswell Henry D. dentist, dwl S a Clark nr 
Front 

Cogswell James L. dentist 184 Washington, dwl 
228 Dupont 

Cogswell J. P. book-keeper 134 Davis, dwl Tay- 
lor nr Clay 

Cohea Edward U. in.spector Custom House, dwl 
Vallejo nr Leavenworth 

Cohen Benjamin C. steward with Mrs. E. C. 
Winn, dwl IGO Kearny 

Cohen David, dwl W s Dupont nr Union 

Cohen David {Cohen Brothers) dwl 210 Kearny 

Cohen Edward, clerk, dwl N s Post bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearnj' 

Cohen F. bds Benton House 

Cohen F. cigars Commercial op U. S. B. Mint 

Cohen Frederick, porter St. Francis Hotel, dwl 
SW cor Dupont and Clay 

Cohen H. ( C. M. Cohen & Co.) bds with Mrs. L. 
Popper 

Cohen Henry L. {Davega & C.) dwl Dupont bet 
Union and Filbert 

Cohen I. {Korniker & C.) dwl Broadway nr Du- 
pont 

Cohen Jacob & Co. {Alex. Ilenry) importers and 
jobbers fancy dry goods 86 Sacramento 

Cohen Jacob S. dwl N s Filbert bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Cohen Lionel, dwl W s Kearny nr Broadway . 

Cohen Mendelssohn, laborer, dwl W s Dupont nr 
Union 

Cohen :^Iichael, Red Opera House, 79 Cora 

Cohen Morris A. money-broker 52 Clay, res Ala- 
meda 

Cohen Samuel, clerk with Levine & Brother, 250 
Stockton 

Cohen Brothers {William and David Cohen) 
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Cohen William, waiter, Aldan's Dining-Saloon, 

San so me 
Cohn Abram, merchant, dwl 96 Dupont 
Cohn Basth, ciij;ar-niaker, cor Sac and Leid 
Cohn Bcnj. (^Pktkhek & Co.) 133 Commercial 
Cohn Edward, cigars and tobacco, 173 Clay 
Cohn Gabriel, clerk for Michael Cohn, NW cor 

Jessie and Second 
Cohn H. {of Cohn, Meyer k Co. Sonora) off 69 

Sacramento, dwl cor Mission and Third 
Cohn Henry, tailor. Pacific nr Kearny 
Cohn {Henry) & Co. (//. Woodleaf k F. W. Rein- 
hart) clolliing and hats, 7 Custom H. Blk 
Cohn Henry M. merchant, dwl N s Filbert bet 

Mason and Powell 
Cohn Isaac, cigars, 179 "Washington 
Cohn Isaac {of Cohn Bros. Chinese Gamp) dwl 

SE cor Dupont and St. Mark's Place 
Cohn James, tailor, N s Pacific bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Cohn Louis, dwl SW cor Sacramento and Taylor 
Cohn M. cigar-maker, cor Sacramento and Leid- 

esdorff dwl S s Bush nr Kearny 
Cohn Meyer A. variety store, 366 Second 
Cohn Michael, fruits, E s Second nr Mission, dwl 

NW" cor Jessie and Second 
Cohn N. B. clothing, S s Jackson nr Davis 
Cohn S. tinsmith, dwl with H. Herlitz S s Teha- 
ma bet Second and Third 
Cohn Solomon, dwl with Abraham Morris 
Cohoesey George II. foreman Lyceum News, 

dwl 228 Dupont 
Coin Thomas, bds Miner's Home, Pacific 
Coit Benjamin B. physician, 177 Clay 
Cokely John, bar-keeper, dwl N s St. Mark's PI 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Colan Eraile, sausage-maker, Merch nr Sansome 
Colas Edward, butcher with Bazille & Co.Presidio 

Road 
Colborn Ann D. (widow) dres.s-maker, 31 Dup 
Colburn Charles H. M. porter, Wells, Fargo & 

Co. 
Colburn M. bds Benton House 
Colburn Richard, special policeman, dwl N s 

Silver bet Second and Third 
Colby A. D. Chace's Mills, cor Market and Beale 
Colby Charles A. compositor. Christian Advocate 

dwl Pratt Court nr California 
Colby Cyrus F. waterman, dwl 1 Quincy Place 
Colby Eben C. waterman, dwl E s Quincy Place 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Colby Mathew H. waterman, dwl 1 Quincy PI 
Colby Helen Mrs. dwl 286 Washington 
Colby Henry S. with E. Johnson Presidio Road 
Cole Benjamin, NE cor Cal and Montgomery 
Cole Henry, carpenter, dwl SE cor Bush and 

Mary Lane 
Cole Henry, bar-keeper with Ed. Jellings 
Cole Horace, broker, S s Clay bet Drumm and 

Davis 
Cole H. T. dwl 37 Clay 
Cole John, boiler-maker, dwl with Richard Hor- 

ton NW cor Second and Jessie 
Cole John H. machinist, Murray Iron Works, dwl 

45 Second 
Cole John W. clerk, 122 Commercial 
Cole Josiah L. machinist, American Theater, dwl 

E s Second bet Natoma and Minnie 



Cole Levi, boiler-maker, "Vulcan Iron Works 

Cole R. Beverly, physician, 228 Washington, rear 
dwl W s Mason bet Clay and Washine;ton 

COLE {Rector E.) & BLAKE {Charles K) den- 
tists, SW cor Clay and Kearny, resides Oak- 
land 

Cole S. H. hog-ranch. Western Addition nr Lone 
Mountain 

Cole William, laundry, SE cor Powell and Geary 

Coleman C. F. sail-maker at Berwick & Burns, 
dwl 213 Kearny 

Coleman Christian P. liquors, 213 Kearny 

Coleman David R. {Gardner k C.) dwl SW cor 
Kearny and Yallejo 

Coleman Edward, fancy goods, 86 Sacramento, 
up stairs 

Coleman James, bds with Mortimer Sullivan 

Coleman James, calker, bds Barkley House 

Coleman J. H. delivery clerk, U. S. Appraiser's 
Store, dwl cor Green and Vallejo 

Coleman Julius, tailor, 31 Sansome 

Coleman Louis, laborer, dwl 1 Virginia Place 

Coleman Michael, laborer for Geo. W. Smith, dwl 
S s Folsom bet First and Fremont 

Coleman Patrick, bds Pacific nr Sansome 

Coleman Peter, lager-beer, dwl W s Trinity bet 
Bush and Sutter 

Coleman Philip, liquors, basement 128 and 130 
Commercial 

Coleman Thomas, dwl N s Bush bet Powell and 
Mason 

Coleman Thomas Jr. dwl E s Selina PI nr Cal 

COLEMAN WILLIAM T. & CO. {Henry Carl- 
ton Jr.) shipping and com mchts, NW cor 
California and Front, res New York 

Coles N. Willis, book-keeper. Sheriff's off bds 190 
California 

Colgan William James, real estate agent, W s 
Powell bet Green and Union 

Colibeau Pauline (widow) laundress, 215 Du- 
pont 

Colin Charles, bar-keeper, Jefferson Exchange 
Saloon, 181 Commercial 

Colin Josephine Madame, laundry, dwl S s Ev- 
erett bet Third and Fourth 

Collier Frederick ( G. N. Ferguson & Co.) dwl SE 
cor Sacramento and Kearny 

CoUigin Michael, soap-maker, dwl W s Ritch bet 
Bryant and Fourth 

Collins Benjamin, carpenter and builder, 191 
California 

Cohins C. E. Mrs. milliner, 210 Clay 

Collins Chas. E. watch-maker and jeweler, 146 
Montgomery dwl 210 Clay 

Collins Dennis, job cartman, dwl S s Ver Mebr 
bet Dupont and Kearny 

Collins Henry, tailor, SE cor Sansome and Com- 
mercial, dwl 185 Kearny 

Collins Henry M. (col) steward, dwl W s Mont- 
gomery bet Green and Union 

Collins Isaac, dwl S s Geary bet Powell and 
Mason 

Collins .J. actor, Lyceum theater 

COLLINS {James C.) & TIFFANY {Robert J.) 
hat manufacturers and dealers, 171 Wash- 
ington, dwl 109 Dupont 

Collins Jeremiah, dwl S s Turk bet Mason and 
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Collins J M. dwl S s Turk nr cor Taylor 
Collins Joliu, laborer, dwl S 8 Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Collins John, spado-maker, dwl 55 First 
Collins John, (col) barber, 4 First 
COLLINS JOHN A. impr and dealer beddinpr, 
spring mattresses, etc. 98 Sansome, boards 
Metropolitan Hotel 
Collins Joseph, workman, 40 Commercial, dwl 2 

St. Mary's 
Collins P. watch-maker, 42 Montgomery 
Collins Patrick, carpenter, dwl W s Second bet 

Market and Mission 
Collins Patrick, laborer, dwl Brown nr Bush 
Collins Pauline Miss, dress-maker, 147 Sacra- 
mento, dwl Green above Powell 
Collins Peter, laborer, dwl Pac nr Leavenworth 
Collins Richard, carpenter, dwl 191 California 
Collins R. \V. wharfinger, Broadway Wharf, dwl 

Natoma nr First 
Collins Salvin P. (Porter & C.) dwl Sacramento 

bet Sansome and Leidesdorff 
Collins Savory W. merchant, dwl 265 Stockton 
Collins Stephens, laborer, Fort Point 
Collins S. \V. 55 Front, up stairs 
Collischonn Chas. clerk with Abel Guy 
Collison John A. brick-layer, dwl with G. W. 

Thompson 
Colman Abraham, {Colman & Bros.) dwl 159^ 

Washington 
Colman Cohlman, (Colman & Bros.) dwl 1595 

Washington 
Colman Michael J. hostler with Poultney & Smith 
Colman Morris, {Colman & Bros.) dwl 6 Custom 

House Block 
COLMAN (Solomon) & BROTHERS, (Morris, 
Abraham and Cohlman,) clothing, SW cor 
Montgomery and Washington, and 159A 
Washington, dwl 6 Custom House Block 
Colmer George, bricklayer, dwl Price op S. F. 

Sugar Retiner3' 
Colson Joseph, laborer, dwl W s Gaines near 

Union 
Colter Frank, painter, dwl Jonea bet California 

and Sacramento 
Colter Henry, clerk with James Vantine & Co. 

cor Clay and Davis 
Colter John, special policeman, dwl S s Sher- 
wood Place bet Second and Third 
Colvin James, scavenger, dwl 111 Kearny 
Col well Andrew, porter, dwl 123 Pine, rear 
Combier Angust, nurse, French Hospital 
Comelis Matilda Madame, dwl Broadway bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Comins P. B. gunsmith, 69 Jackson, dwl Broad- 
way bet Taylor and Jones 
Commescel H. L. salesman, 85 California, dwl W 

s Mason nr Union 
Compodonica L. fisherman, 8 Sacramento 
COMPTON M. attorney at law, 7 Montgomery 

Block, bds Oriental Hotel 
Comstock Arnold M. broker, 97 Merchant, dwl 

SW cor Dupont and Lombard 
Comstock Esther A. (widow) dwl 113 Bdw 
Comstock Mary (widow) dwl N a Pine bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Comyn Lawrence, carpenter, dwl S s Boston PI 
bet First and Fremont 



Comynn Mortimer, boarding, E s Sansome bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Comyns E. S. Miss, assistant teacher primary 

department L^nion Street School 
Con Silvin, dwl 64 Sacramento 
Conant Benjamin H. molder. Pacific Foundry, 

dwl 129 Bush 
Comboy Patrick C. waiter, dwl 28 Stevenson 
Concklin Enoch, capt. stmr Cornelia, office Cal. 

S. N. Co. dwl 229 Powell 
Condon Thomas, boot-maker, dwl 333 Stockton 
Condon Thomas P. special policeman 
Condray John, hostler, 87 Pine 
Condray Martin, laborer at S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl N s Minnie bet Second and Third 
Coneghy James, brick-layer, boards 89 Bush 
Coneht Hugh, plasterer, dwl W s Pinckney PI 

nr Kearny 
Conerty Peter, laborer, W s Mason bet California 

and Pine 
Coneto Martin, wheelwright, dwl Green near 

Stockton, rear 
Coney Alexander, furniture, S s Pacific nr Stock 
Coniff Michael, dwl 260 Pacific 
Conkeres Feder, dwl 146 Kearny 
Conklin H. carpenter, bds Barkley House 
Conklin John, clerk, bds Barklej' House 
Conklin John J. clerk with Hutchings & Rosen- 
field, bds with James S. Dennis 
CONKLING GEORGE W. broker, dwl Steven- 
son near Third 
Conley F. M. waiter. Oriental Hotel 
Conley Thomas, ship-carpenter, 8 Washington, 

dwl Third 
Conlin Ann Miss, dwl E s Stockton nr Francisco 
CONLIN JOHN F. Exchange Saloon, SE cor 

Clay and Kearny, dwl N 8 Stevenson bet 

Second and Third 
Conlin Terence, laborer, at S. N. Flour Mills, dwl 

Sherwood Place 
Conn James, tinsmith, bds Mechanic's Boarding 

House, Market 
Connaherns Herman, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Folsom and Third 
Connar Battly, laborer, dwl N s Minnie nr Second 
Connell James D. carpenter, dwl NE cor Kearny 

and Vallejo 
Connell John, porter, De Witt, Kittle & Co. dwl 

cor Union and Sansome 
Connell M. bds Benton House 
Connell Thomas, ship-carpenter, dwl N s Silver 

bet Second and Third 
Connelly Bernard, deck-hand, dwl 67 Broadway 
Connelly Cornelius, laborer. Fort Point 
Connelly James, hostler, dwl 6 Brown's Place 
Connelly John, treasurer Maguire's Opera House, 

dwl Washington nr Stockton 
Connelly Michael L. cabinet-maker, dwl S s Fol- 
som bet Wood and Thome 
Connelly Owen, butcher, dwl N s Howard bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Connelly Thomas, bds New Orleans House 
Connelly ( William) & O'Rourke (Hugh) liquors, 

cor Davis and Jackson 
Conner Edmon S. tragedian, dwl NE cor Sacra- 
mento and Sansome 
Conner George, carpenter, dwl S s Sherwood PI 

bet Second and Third 



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Conner James, waterman, bds with Mrs. Hahn, 

Antliony nr Jessie 
Conner John, laborer, dwl Sansome nr Union 
Conner Tlionias, billiard-maker, 182 Montgomery 

dwl 180 Stockton 
Conner William, molder, Pacific Foundry 
Conuers David, laborer, 70 Montgomery 
Connors John, blacksmith, dwl KU Mission 
Connors Robert F. dwl S s Union bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Conners William, molder, bds St. Charles Hotel, 

First 
Connerton Patrick, NE cor Montgomery and 

Washington 
Connift' Nicholas, carpenter, dwl S s Bryant nr 

Fifth 
Connolly Barnard, shoe-maker, bds 18 Bush 
Connolly Edward, miller, dwl Sutter nr Sansome 
Connolly James, sailmaker, bds with Michael 

Fagan 
Connolly Michael, boiler-maker, dwl Ws Baldwin 

Court bet Folsom and Howard 
Connolly Thomas, butter, poultry, etc. 16 New 

Market, dwl N s Howard bet Fifth and 

Simmons 
Connolly Thomas, carpenter, dwl NW cor Broad- 
way and Montgomery 
Connoly William, tinsmith, bds 46 Sansome 
Connor Albert (colored) farmer, dwl 6 Virginia 
Connor Hubert, teamster, dwl E s Taylor bet 

Post and Geary 
Connor J. mate stm Antelope, dwl 245 Vallejo 
Connor John, tinsmith, at 134 Davis 
Connor John, seaman, dwl N s Vallejo nr Mont 
Connor John, groceries and liquors, dwl SW cor 

Third and Stevenson 
Connor Lawrence, brick-layer, dwlSs Stevenson 

bet Second and Third 
Connor Martin, laborer, dwl Stockton nr Filbert, 

rear 
Connor Michael, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds N s Folsom bet Harris and Simmons 
Connor P. bds Benton House 
Connor Peter, porter, NW cor Cal and Davis 
Connor T. second officer steamship Senator 
i ConoUy Edward, miller, dwl Sutter nr Sansome 
Conoll'y William, with F Daly & Co. 18 Mont 
Conrad Antonio, cabinet-maker, 99 Pine 
Conrad J. watches and jewelry, 138 Montgomery 

dwl 211 Clay 
Conrad Mary Mrs. millinery, 211 Clay 
Conro F. D. at Golden Gate Mills N a Pine nr 

Kearny 
Conroy Bernard, physician. Pacific nr Mont 
CONROY {James (7.) & O'CONNOR {John R, 

Michael J. and Thomas E.) importers and 

dealers in metals, 25, 27 and 29 Front and 
34 and 36 Pine, dwl 153 Dupont 
Conroy Michael C. clerk, at J. W. Sullivan's, dwl 

W s Scotland bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Constabel Conrad, cook, 80 Montgomery 
Constance Marie M'lle, millinery, 232^ Dupont 
Constant Hubert {Fayard & C) dwl Express 

Building 
Constine Abram, furniture, 209 Washington, 

dwl S s Vallejo nr Stockton 
Contet {Alexander) & Plege (Louis) hatters, 228 
Dupont 



Convery Patrick, bds SE cor Oregon and Davis 

Conway Edward, field-note clerk, U. S. Surveyor 
General, dwl Leavenworth nr Pacific 

Conway James, clerk, with P. Kelly S s Clemen- 
tina bet First and Second 

Conway Jame.s, engineer, with Hobbs, Gilmore & 
Co. dwl 28 First 

Conway James H. policeman, bds with Dr. John 
R. Conway 

Conway James W. soap-maker, bds SE cor Davis 
and Oi'egon 

Conway John, butcher, dwl S of Brannan Street 
Bridge, Potrero 

Conway John, laborer. Fort Point 

Conway John R. warehouse department Custom 
House, dwl W s Prospect Place bet Califor- 
nia and Sacramento 

Conway John R. Jr. laborer, U. S. Branch Mint, 
bds with Dr. John R. Conway 

Conway Julia Miss, cook, for Miss M. J. Williams 
2 Belden's Block 

Conway Michael, laborer, dwl NE cor Howard 
and Simmons 

Conway Michael, saddle and harness-maker, SE 
cor Sutter and Kearny 

Conway Morris, laborer, dwl W s Second bet 
Minnie and Mission 

Conway Philip, laborer, bds New Orleans House 

Conway Thomas, laborer, bds Tennessee House 

Con well Caroline Mrs. nurse, dwl 117 Bush 

Coogan Richard, laborer, Empire Brewery, dwl N 
s Lick Alley bet First and Ecker 

Cook G. {A. Reeckman & Co.) dwl cor Clark and 
Drumm 

Cook Charles W. dwl Black Point 

Cook D. D. bds Pacific Temperance House 

Cook Eldridge G. {John Jones & Co.) dwl S s 
Howard bet Third and Fourth 

COOK ELI H. mason, dwl 138 Dupont 

COOK ELISHA, attorney at law, 129 Montgom- 
ery, dwl W s Mission bet Center and Corbett 

Cook Fayette, mason, dwl N s Louisa bet Third 
and Fourth 

Cook Frederick, clerk, dwl N s Vallejo nr Dupont 

Cook Ira, porter, with Macondray & Co. 

Cook Isaac, ( Wetherbee & C.) dwl E s Second 
opposite Jessie 

Cook James, engineer, dwl S s Berry bet Du- 
pont and Clara 

Cook James, with Crosbee and Dibble, 111 Bat 

Cook James, dwl N S Everett bet Third and 
Fourth 

Cook John, fireman, dwl 5 Jackson 

Cook John H. game-dealer, 4 New World Mar- 
ket, dwl Mason bet Clay and Sacramento 

Cook Nelson (colored) porter, at Sather and 
Church's, dwl cor Dupont and Green 

Cook Pardon A. milk ranch. Bush St. nr Lone 
Mountain 

Cook Peter {Bouben & Co.) dwl SW corner Third 
and Harrison 

Cook Robert, assist, superintendent Lone Moun- 
tain Cemetery 

Cook Thomas, waiter, What Cheer House 

Cook Thomas R. butcher, dwl S s Mission nr 
Fifth 

Cook William, painter, dwl S s Brannan bet Sec- 
ond and Third 



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Cook William S. with S. H. Pritcliard & Bro. 97 

Montjioinery 
Cooke George ]}. stevedore, dwl 30 Minnio 
Cooko James F. at Metropolitan Suloou, Mont- 
gomery nr Washington 
Cooke Robert, straw-hat pressor dwl S s Sutter 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
COOKE WILLIAM B. & CO. importing stationers 
and law-blank publishers, NK cor Merchant 
and Montgomery, dwl N s Harris bet Bran- 
nan and Bryant (see advertisement) 
Coolidge Joseph A. {Burnham& C.) dwl 48 Bush 
Coombs Frederick, lecturer, GG Montgomery 
Coon Frederick, bar-keeper, dwl N s Ilinkley nr 

Kcarnv 
COON HEis^RY P. {Farmer, Chase & Co.) and 
Police Court Judge, office City Hall, dwl N 
8 Folsom bet First and Second 
Coon Jacob, blacksmith, dwl with Edw. Dorsey 
Coon Nelson, helper, with Cofl'ey & Risdon 
Coon T. jeweler, bds Franklin Hotel 
Coon W. cigar-maker, bds Franklin Hotel 
Coonen Michael, laborer, dwl S s Lick Alley bet 

First and Ecker 
Cooney Dominick, dwl E s Union nr Dupont 
Cooney John, grocer, S s Union nr Montgomery 
Cooney John porter and ale, dwl W s Powell bet 

Post and Sutter 
Cooney John, porter, dwl with Mrs. B. C. 

Gallagher 
Cooper Archibald, laborer, U. S. Branch Mint 
Cooper Chas. seaman, dwl with John Demetrius 
COOPER E. SAMUEL, physician and surgeon, 
professor in medical department. University 
of the Pacific, oflice N s Mission bet Second 
and Third 
Cooper Eugene T. clerk, 111 Battery, bds 205 

California 
Cooper, Henry, vegetables, 323 Dupont 
Cooper Henry, engineer, dwl S s Pine cor Central 

Place 
Cooper John P. baker, dwl N s O'Farrell bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Cooper M. bds Benton House 
Cooper Mathias (colored) barber, 120 Merchant 

dwl Pacific between Powell and Mason 
Cooper Richard, cook, dwl 332 Dupont 
Cooper Samuel E. clerk, at Niantic Hotel 
Cooper William, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Cootey P. H. & Co. Pacific Oil and Camphene 
Manufactory, 80 Front, dwl SE cor Post and 
Mason 
Copeland Charles D. wood-tumor, at Smith & 

Freeman's 
Copeland Isaac M. clerk, 81 and 89 Sansome, 

bds Brooklyn House 
Copeland Melvina Miss, sewing, dwl 399 Pow- 
ell, rear 
Copeland William M. capt. schooner S. D. Bai- 
ley, bds with Thomas Blackmore 
Copland Isaac, clerk, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
COPP NATHANIEL P. fruits, SE cor Stockton 

and Clay 
Coppe James, wood and charcoal, cor Taylor and 

Lombard 
Coppe Victor, turner, dwl 192 Jackson 
Coppinger John, dwl Hayes Valley 
Coppler John, 12 Wash Market, dwl 181 Pacific 



Cops Henry, Albany Brewery, Everett nr Third 
Cora Amond, tinsmith, 112 Kearny 
Corbell George, painter, dwl Brenham PI nr Clay 
Corbett David E. grocer, SW cor Stockton and 

Greenwich 
Corbett James, liquors, SW cor Sacramento and 

Leidesdorff dwl W s Clary bet Third and 

Fourth 
Corbett John, liquors, SW cor Sacramento and 

Leidcsdorfl' 
Corbett John C. supervisor 11th dist. dwl E s 

Folsom bet Ellen and Brown 
Corbett William, physician, dwl N s Center bet 

Guerrero and Valencia 
Corbett William, dwl cor Mission and First 
Corbin C. P. miller, bds 18 Jessie 
Corbit William, machinist, bds Barkley House 
Corbitt Patrick, laborer, bds 90 Pine 
Corbusier William, ( W. Meehan &, Co.) dwl NE 

cor Commercial and Kearny 
Corcoran Michael, laborer, dwl S s Howard bot 

First and Second 
Cordes AUrich J. F. grocer, SE cor Pacific and 

Powell 
Cordes Bertrand, Apollo Baths, Market opposite 

Kearny 
Cordes Claus H. tinsmith, dwl N s Perry bet 

Second and Third 
Cordes Herman, groceries, SE cor Battery and 

Broadway, and liquor saloon cor Pacific 

and Drumm 
Cordier {Francis) & Co. (Henry Cordier) pro- 
prietors Miners Lunch, NW cor Sansome 

and Merchant 
Cordier Henry ( Cordier & Co.) NW cor Sansome 

and Merchant 
CORDIER J. H & CO. proptrs Miners Restau- 
rant, 129 Commercial dwl 234 Sacramento 
Cordier Madame, dwl 187 California 
Cordiner C. L. tailor, 62 Montgomery 
Cords H. laundrj', cor Lombard and Taylor 
Cordwell Alice (widow) dress-maker, 248 Clay 
Corecon William, carpenter and contractor, bds 

Philadelphia House 
Corot Francois P. laundry, E s Simmons bet 

Brannan and Bryant 
Corey A. bds Benton House 
Corey Thomas, laborer, Chelsea Laundry Third 

near Harrison 
Corkey Cornelius, laborer, bds 90 Pine 
Corlett AVilliam, pilot stmr Antelope, dwl S 8 

Green nr Montgomery 
Corley James, waiter. Railroad House 
Corliss Joseph F. stone-cutter, dwl E s Baldwin 

Court bet Folsom and Howard 
Cormick Michael, laborer, dwl cor Kearny and 

Sutter 
Cornfoot Henry, waterman, dwl NW cor Minnie 

and Jane 
Cornell Charles D. baker, bds SW cor Third and 

Minnie 
Cornell James, miller, American Flour Mills bds 

Isthmus House 
Cornell Richard, seaman, dwl S 8 St. Mark's PI 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Cornell Robert, clerk, with John Taylor dwl E s 

Powell bet Sacramento and California 
Corneps Herman, dwl 3GG Powell 



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Cornet Kuscbc, com nierchnnt, dwl 188 Pine 
Corniali Henry C. junk-shop, dwl E s Scott bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Cornwall Arthur, clerk, stmr J. Bragdon 
Cornwall William A. attorney at law, 101 Mer- 
chant dwl Kearny nr Filbert 
Gorrar Eugene, baths, N s Pacific nr Stockton 
Corrigan J. P. Ill Washington dwl NE cor 

\\'asl)ington and Dupont 
Corrigen Eliza Mrs. wasliing, dwl E s Bannam PI 
Corrinsou M. peddler, dwl 5 Green 
Corrister W. D. musician, dwl 286 Washington 
Corruthers George, carpenter, dwl E s Yerba 

Buena bet Clay and Sacramento 
Corse Willis, liquors, 140 Battery 
Corsen Adolph, hatter, bds 151 Kearny 
Corson John, special police officer, American 

Theater 
Cortes Benjamin Y. miner, dwl E s Chatham PI 

near Bush 
Cortes Manuel, barber, N s Pacific nr Kearny 
Corihay Louis C. clerk, with S. P. Whitman dwl 

Dupont nr Pine 
Cory Eliza (widow) dwl 58 St. Mark's Place 
Cory Lydia Miss, dress maker, dwl 119 Busb 
Coryell J. R. physician, dwl SE cor Jackson and 

Dupont 
Cosgrove H. plasterer, dwl Greenwich bet Taylor 

and Mason 
Cosgrove John, machinist, bds Mechanics Board- 
ing House Market 
Cosgrove Patrick, fruits, dwl W s Third bet Fol- 

som and Harrison 
Cosgrove Peter, mason, dwl E s Sonoma Place 
Cosgrove Philip, drayman, Pacific Foundry dwl 

N s Silver bet Second and Third 
Cosgrove William, porter, Dis. Court dwl U. S. 

Court Building 
Costello James, drayman, Union Foundry bds 

South Park House 
Costello John, laborer, dwl with Martin Kelly 
Costello Thomas, peddler, dwl NW cor First 

and Tehama 
Costerauste Etienne [J. Guerin & Co.) dwl NW 

cor Broadway and Kearny 
Costigan {John and Thomas) & Leonard (Mark) 

carriage shop, 103 Kearny 
Costigan Thomas, (C. & Leonard) bds with John 

Rodgers 
Cosus Mary Mrs. dwl 1 Stone 
Cotter Alice Mrs. dwl Fort Point 
Cotter E. B. clerk, with W. H. Chevers U. S. Dis. 

Court dwl X s Geary nr Kearny 
Cotter John, collector, dwl 122 Bush 
Cotter John, laborer, IG Sacramento 
Cotter Pierce, plumber, dwl corner Third and 

Townsend 
Cotting Eben P. stevedore, dwl W s Montgomery 

nr Filbert 
Cottle Franklin D. contractor and builder. Pine 

bet Sansome and Battery dwl Howard bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Cotton Albert M. liquor-saloon, SE cor Green 

and Stockton 
Cottrell Edward M. salesman, with Wm. Meyer 

& Co. dwl N s Green bet Powell and Mason 
Couch John, express wagon, dwl E s Dolores nr 

Center 



Coughlin John, laborer, dwl S s Battery near 

Sansome 
Couthers Burdett. cabinetmaker, at Geo. 0. Whit- 
ney & Co.'s dwl N s Sutter bet Taylor and 

Jones 
Coulon Edmund, tailor, 303 Dupont 
Couison , laborer, cor Front and Pine bds 

18 Bush 
Coulter (James D.) & Burlieu {E. Nye) furniture, 

135 Sacramento dwl Green nr Montgomery 
Coursen John D. blacksmith, with T. 0. Shaw 

dwl Montgomery bet Sutter and Post 
Court Alexander G. seaman, bds 171 Front 
Courtaine H. stage manager, Lyceum Theater 
Courtis Thomas, real estate agent, 126 California 

dwl 115 Stockton 
Courts {John W.) & Co. (Morris D. Ahlenfeld) 

fancy dr^- goods, 181 Clay 
Courts William (colored) bds 132 Broadway 
Cousins James C. shipwright, dwl 16 Clementina 
COVERT, {Hiram C.) MOORES ( Wm. B. Jr.) & 

CO. (John H. PurJdtt) proprietors Childs 

Patent Elastic Roofing, off SW cor Califor- 
nia and Mont, bds with Capt. S. Seymour 
Cowan C. stage-carpenter, Lyceum theater 
Cowan Hugh, baker, dwl S s Mission bet Second 

and Third 
Cowan John, hostler, 114 California 
Cowell Charles, carpenter, bds 233 Kearny 
Cowes James C. (colored) steward, stm Sonora, 

dwl E s First bet Harrison and Folsom 
Cowes John (colo'd) stmp Sonora, dwl with J: C. 

Cowes 
Cowes Robert (colo'd) ass't steward, stmp Sonora 

dwl with James C. Cowes 
Cowing Turner, artesian well-sinker, Leid nr 

Pine, dwl XE cor Third and Brannan 
Cowles Samuel (Gunnison, Parker & C.) dwl 

McLaren Lane nr Folsom 
Cowper William H. book-keeper, dwl 67 Jackson 
Cox Anson (Moreho'use & Co.) bds What Cheer 

House 
Cox Edward, engineer, bds Sutter St. House 
Cox Edward, dwl 269 Washington 
Cox H. M. porter with Cox, Francis & Co. bds 

Tremont House 
Cox James, ship-steward, bds 5 Sacramento 
Cox James W. dwl W s Powell nr Clay 
Cox John, fireman, bds Philadelphia House, Da- 
vis 
Cox, (J. Warren} Francis & Co. storage, cor 

Broadway and Battery, dwl Tremont H 
Cox Mathew B. wharfinger, Folsom St. Wharf, 

dwl S s Folsom bet Second and Third 
Cox P. laborer, warehouse department Custom 

House 
Coyan Frederick, sail-maker, dwl Broadway bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Coye Hiram L. (Rockivell, C. & Co.) dwl cor First 

and Tehama Place 
Coyle E. teamster, dwl Post nr Taylor 
Coyle Frank, butcher, cor Pacific and Mason 
Coyle James, teamster, De la Rue & Schnepel 
Coyle John, dwl "tOh Sutter 
Coyle John E. (Cutter & C.) dwl NE cor Second 

and Howard 
Cozaurau Henry, bds 236 Clay 
Cozzens Wm. brick-layer, dwl S s Bdy nr Jones 



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Crabb Alexander, compositor, Bulletin, dwl SE 

cor Harris and Howard 
Cragan Wm. butcher, dwl 4 Spoffbrd 
Craig Frederic \V. painter, at 147 Sansome 
Craig James, waterman, dwl 1 Quincy Place 
Craig James S. plivsician, dwl witL Alfred A. 

Mix 
Craig Joini, ship-joiner, dwl N s Bryant bet Third 

and Fourth 
Craig Paul, laborer, dwl Bay State Row 
Craig (Pe&r) & Co. {Geo. Dougherty) shipTjoinors, 

S s Pacific bet Davis and Drumni, dwl cor 

Third and Bryant 
Craig William, liquors, Dupont nr "Washington, 

dwl N s Jackson bet Stockton and Powell 
CRAINE WILLIAM, architect, 182 AV'ashiugton 

up stairs (see advertisement) 
Cram Klizabetli ilrs. midwife, dwl NE cor Bush 

and Stockton 
Cramer Henry W. professor of music, 3 Train- 
ers Row 
Cramer Joiin D. variety store, 23 Clay St. "Whf 
Cramer John D. salesman, G8 Battery, dwl 223 

Powell 
Cramer Silas, farmer, dwl N"W cor Pine and 

Kearny 
Cramer Y. & Co. importers, 99 Battery, dwl 280 

Mason 
Cramsey J. clerk, bds 14 Sansome 
Cramsie Octavius, GO California, up stairs 
Craudall Charl«s D. cigars, NE cor Sacramento 

and Leidesdorft' 
Crandall Dwight, deputy naval officer Custom 

House, dwl Leavenworth bet Pacific and 

Broadway 
CRANE CHARLES A. advertising agent, 63 

Merchant, bds Tremont House (see adv) 
Crane Charles H. {Pearson & C), dwl Harrison 

nr Essex 
Crane D. W. dwl 109 Sacramento 
Crane E. A. drayman, 104 Front 
Crane Erwin J. {J. B. Weir & Co.), bds with 

Turner Cowing, NE cor Third and Brannan 
Crane Henry A. {Crov:eU & C.) dwl 249 Kearny 
Crane J. C. bds Hillman's Temperance House, 

80 Davis 
Crane John, S. F. Gas Co. dwl 279 "Washington 
CRANE "^'ILLIAM W. Jr. atty at law, SE 

cor Clay and Kearny 
Craner Simon [Stolz & C.) dwl 147 Sacramento 
Cranna William, clerk at 126 Sansome, bds cor 

Lombard and Taylor 
Cranston, A. B. bds AVhat Cheer House 
Craumer J. F. carpenter, 31 Montgomery 
Cravan Andrew J. (colored), liquors, 306 Stock- 
ton, dwl cor Broadway and Mason 
Craveri Frederick, dwl SE cor Dupont and Pacific 
Crawford Andrew, sail-maker, 139 Front, dwl N 

s Greenwich bet Stockton and Dupont 
Crawford Samuel, carpenter, dwl 7 Central Place 
Crawford ( William II.) & Barnes {David), liquor- 
saloon, SE cor Vallejo and Stockton 
Crawley George W. butcher, dwl N s Brannan 

bet Third and Fourth 
Creogh Michael, boot-maker, 88 Battery 
Creamer Aaron, barber, 85 San, dwl 67 Howard 
Creamer Caroline Mrs. dwl 14 Sansome 
Creamer Charles, tinsmith, 140 Broadway 



Creamer George, dwl 14 San.some 
Creamer James, drayman, 150 Sansome 
Creanon Michael, bar-keeper, dwl 103 Jessie 
Creary Oliver B. coal, cor Broadway and Front, 
dwl S 8 Washington bet Powell and ilason 
Creedon Wm. boot-maker at 6 Commercial 
Creely J. bds LTnion bet Kearny and Dupont 
Croery Joshua J. clerk, dwl Brenham Place nr 

Clay 
Creig William, dwl S s Chesnut bet Stockton 

and I'owell 
Creigh John D. Jr. clerk, S. F. Gas Co. 
Creigh Thomas, register-clerk S. F. Gas Co 
Creigh S. William, clerk, stmr J. Bragdon 
CREIGHTON FERDINAND, deputy Postmas- 
ter, dwl S s John bet Powell and Mason 
Creighton George, sexton Trinity Church, bds 

with Charles A. Stemwood 
Creighton Patrick C. bds NW cor Pacific and 

Montgomery 
Creighton R. 104 Montgomery, dwl Bush bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Crelley {James) & Palmer {James) groceries and 
liquors, 92 Kearny, dwl S s Pine bet Kearny 
and Dupont 
CREMONY JOHN C. associate editor Herald, 

dwl cor Washington and Stout's Alley 
Cressy John, dwl NE cor Green and Stockton 
Crevolin {F.) & Co. ( G. Nicholas) manufactory 

syrups and cordials, 147 Jackson 
Cristenson C. capt schr Angeline, Clay St. Wharf 
Critcher Henry, 41 Commercial, dwl NW cor 

Pine and Taylor 
Critcherson John, dentist, bds 119 Pine 
Critchcrson John C. machinist, bds at Hotel 

International 
Crittenden A. P. ( Crockett & C), dwl E s Taylor 

nr Jackson 
Crobor Jacob, porter, 20 California, dwl Sacra- 
mento nr Drumm 
Croce Peter E. watchcase-turner, 174^ Clay 
Crocker C. A. dwl nr cor Pine and Yan Ness Av 
Crocker G. D. waiter, What Cheer House 
Crocker George H. bar-keeper with. Barry and 

Patten, dwl American Hotel 
Crocker Leonice H. Miss, teacher, dwl Pine nr 

Yan Ness Avenue 
Crockett Charles, drayman, 53 and 55 Front, 

dwl 45 Sansome 
Crockett George, driver Freeman & Co.'s Express 

dwl N s Washington nr Powell 
CROCKETT {Joseph B ) & CRITTENDEN {A. 
P.) attys at law, office cor Montgomery and 
California, up stairs, dwl S s Clay nr Powell 
Crofton James, laborer, dwl N s Sansom nr Union 
Croissant Frederick, works at Pioneer Fir Mills 
Croke James Rev. asst pastor St. Mary's Cathe- 
dral, dwl E s Dupont nr California 
Croly John, boiler-maker, S s Jackson nr Davis, 

dwl 4 Market ' 

CROMARTIE M. W. president Cal. Sugar Refi- 
nery Co. office N s Battery nr Broadway, 
dwl N s Post bet Powell and Mason 
Cromer Henry, laborer, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

S s.Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Cronan John, porter, dwl SW cor Union and 

Montgomery 
Cronan Mary Miss, bds Brannan House 



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Crone Albert, clicinist, dwl 120 Market 

Cronen Catharine (widow), dwl with Timothy 

Donohue 
Cronin Daniel, boot-maker, 106 California, dwl 

Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 
Cronin Michael, stone-cutter, dwl N s Howard 

bet Second and Third 
Cronin Timothy, mason, dwl S s St. Mark's Place 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Cronise W. H. V. speculator, 45 California, dwl 

N s Green bet Stockton and Dupout 
Crook James, dwl cor Mason and Union 
Crooks G. bds What Cheer House 
Crooks John, stock-dealer, dwl N"W cor Kearny 

and Sacramento 
Crooks Mathew, dwl N s Townsend bet Third 

and Fourth 
Crooks Robert, drayman, 1 Clay, dwl Stevenson 

ur Third 
Cropper S. capt sloop James King of Wm. Clay 

St. Wharf 
Crosby ( C/(«5. W.) & Dibblee (Jlftert), commis- 
sion merchants. 111 Battery 
Crosby Daniel, lumber, dwl 132 Bush 
Crosby E. 0. atty at law, dwl NE cor Kearny 

and Yallejo 
Crosby F. W. 100 Merchant 
Crosby Nathaniel, dwl N s Tehama bet First and 

Second 
Crosby Porter, composition roofing, Bernard bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
Crosby Wm. S. carpenter, dwl S s Sacramento 

bet Mason and Taylor 
CROSKEY ROBERT, groceries and liquors, dwl 

SE cor Third and Perry 
Croskrey Robert, carpenter, Yulcan Iron Works 
Crosley J. W. book-keeper, 33 Sacramento, dwl 

Sutter bet Jones and Taylor 
CROSS (Alexander) & CO. (John Wedderspoon & 

Joseph Clark), commission merchants, 157 

Battery, res Yalparaiso 
Cross Horatio, miner, dwl S s Tehama bet Second 

and Third 
Cross Osborn, Major, U. S. A. dwl NE cor Pine 

and Mason 
Cross Richard', drayman, 82 Front, dwl 63 Bdy 
Qfothers B. cabinet-maker with G. 0. Whitney 

& Co. dwl Prospect Place 
Crouch Daniel, molder, Fulton Foundry, dwl 42 

First 
Crouch James, cigar-maker at 198 Kearny, dwl 

274 Stockton 
Crougeillett Yictor, butcher, 1 New^Market, dwl 

Sutter nr Dupont 
Crouse John, clerk, bds Niantic Hotel 
Crovat P. A. inspector. Custom House, dwl S s 

Washington nr Dupont 
Crowe John, bds with Mrs. A. T. Kenney 
CROWELL (Dr. E) & CRANE (Henry A.) 

wholesale druggists, SE cor Front and Clay, 

dwl NE cor Second and Clementina 
Crowell Geo. B. printer, with O'Meara & Painter 
Crowell P. wharfinger, India Dock, dwl Filbert 

nr Sansome 
Crowell Sarah G. (widow) dwl E s Third bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Crowell Zenas (D. D. Shattuch & Co.) dwl 128 

Dupont 



Crowen Francis, laborer, dwl SE cor Montgom- 
ery and Vallejo 
Crowley Cornelius, fruit store, S s Third bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Crowley David, laborer, dwl cor Battery and 

Green 
Crowley Florence, ship-wright, dwl S s Clemen- 
tina bet First and Second 
Crowley James, laborer, dwl with Timothy 

Crowley 
Crowley James, laborer, dwl N s Mission bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Crowley Joanna Miss, dwl Union House 12 First 
Crowley John, calker, bds Sansome House SW 

cor Battery and Yallejo 
Crowley John, express wagon, dwl S s Clem- 
entina bet First and Second 
Crowley John, laborer, dwl S s Minnie bet 

Third and Fourth 
Crowley Michael, steward, dwl 17 Green 
Crowley Patrick, constable, 1st township, office 

NE cor Pacific and Kearny, dwl Green ur 

Yincent 
Crowley Timothy, drayman, dwl S s Bryant bet 

First and Second 
Crown Edward, laborer, with P. A. Cook, Bush 

nr Lone Mountain 
Crown H. cigar-maker, dwl 334 Dupont 
Cruise John, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Crumb John, ship-wright, Merchant bet East 

and Drumm, dwl Sailor's Hpme 
Crutchley Henry S. salesman, SE cor Sansome 

and Commercial, dwl 197 Dupont 
Cruthers Burdett, cabinet-maker, dwl W s Pros- 
pect Place between Cal and Sacramento 
Cruz Charles, coffee-stand, SW cor Folsom and 

Stewart, dwi SW cor Folsom and Fremont 
Cruze John, with Fonda & Gray, cor Clay and 

Sansome 
Cruziger Hugo, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

& Co. 
Cuck (Diedrich) & Merdel (Peter) saloon, NE 

cor Mission and Stewart 
Cudworth A. W. soda manufactory, Yallejo bet 

Dupont and Kearny, dwl S s Yallejo near 

Dupont 
CUDWORTH (James W.) & PERHAM (James) 

milk-ranch, Presidio Road 
Cufi" Dennis, shoe-maker, dwl Dupout bet Sutter 

and Post 
Cuhrn Edward, clerk, 213 Washington, dwl Post 

below Kearny 
CuUeu Frank, retortman, S. F. Gas Company 
Cullen Mary (widow) dwl with Thomas Cullen 
Cullen Paul, plumber, bds 182 Pacific 
Cullen T. gunsmith, 87 Battery, dwl SE cor 

Commercial and Battery 
Cullen Thomas, ball-alley, S s Market bet First 

and Second 
Cullen Thomas, bds Benton House 
Cullerton William, with S. Benson & Co. 
Culligan John, gardener, with R. E. Brewster, 

dwl N s Brannan bet Third and Fourth 
Culligan Michael, laborer, dwl W s Ecker bet 

Clementina and Folsom 
Culver WiUiam H. justice of 2d Township, office 

101 Merchant, dwl N s Jackson bet Powell 

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Culverwcll Joseph E. sash-maker, Market Street 

Mills, bds S. S. Culvem-ell 
Culverwell Stephen S. {Chittenden d: C.) dwlNs 

Stevenson bet First and Ecker 
Cuinminjrs Alexander, helper, Pacific Foundry, 

dwl N s Mission bet Fifth and Simmons 
Cumniiiigs Amelia M. Mrs. proprietress Bache- 
lors' Hall, 39 Montgomery 
Curaminffs C. importer clocks, etc. dwl 125 

"Washinf^ton, up stairs 
Cumminfrs Daniel G. express wagon, 153 Clay, 

dwl 39 Montgomery 
Cummings George, boatman, dwl N s Iloward 

bet First and Second 
Cummings George, foreman machine shop Vul- 
can Iron Works, dwl N s Perry nr Tliird 
Cummings (//. K.) & Swan (L.) vegetables 

and fruits, 1 Washington Market, dwl 8 

Quincy 
Cummings James, fireman, dwl 38 Commercial 
CUMMINGS W. B. & CO. importers and com- 
mission merchants, 50 California up stairs 
Cummings William, molder, Union Foundry, bds 

18 Bush 
CUMMINGS WILLIAM, proprietor Queen City 

Hotel, Davis nr Chambers 
Cummiskey Charles, farmer, dwl S s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
Cummiskey Phebe Mrs. dwl SE cor Sacramento 

and Leidesdorff 
Cunar Fabien, at H. Casebolt & Co. dwl 157 Cal 
Cundell Thomas, ship-master, dwl Battery bet 

Green and Union 
Cunnitf John, drayman, dwl 316 Powell, rear 
Cunningham Andrew, bar-keeper, dwl NW cor 

California and Webb 
Cunningham C. 0. bds Benton House 
Cunningham Hugh, waiter, Metropolitan Hotel 
Cunningham James, laborer. Pacific Foundry, 

dwl S s Jessie bet First and Second 
CUNNINGHAM JAMES, produce, poultry, 

game, etc. 55 and 57 Merchant, dwl Mission 

nr Simmons 
Cunningham Jane J. Mrs. private hospital N s 

Chesnut nr Stockton 
Cunningham John, carpenter, bds 92 Pacific 
Cunningham John, engineer, dwl E s Yarrenne 

Place nr Union 
Cunningham John, drayman, dwl Orleans Ave- 
nue bet Union and Green 
CUNNINGHAM JOHN R. proprietor Oregon 

House and boat-builder, cor Stewart and 

Melius 
Cunningham Richard, proptr Mechanics Board- 
ing House, S s Market nr Sansome 
Cunningham Samuel, engineer, American Flour 

Mills, dwl S s Howard bet Second and Third 
Cunningham Simon D. collector, 101 Merchant 

dwl SW cor Priest and Wasliington 
Cunningham Theodore B. Spanish translator and 

land agent, 249 Clay 
Cunningham Thomas J. bar-keeper, 35 Wash 
Cunningham William, clerk, T. H. Selby & Co. 

bds 263 Sacramento 
CUNNINGWORTH J. B. druggist, N s Pacific 

nr Davis 

Curley James, cook, Alden's Dining-Saloon 

Curley James, laborer, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
- _ 



Curley John, dwl Union bet Jones and Leav 

Curley P. C. boarding, E s Batterj- nr Pacific 

Curley William, laborer, Fort Point 

Curran Bernard ( Toy & C.) clothing, 79 Mont 

Curran Patrick, laborer, Fort Point 

Curran Patrick, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 
dwl W 8 Hinkley bet Broadway andVallejo 

Curran Thomas, employment office, 165 Kearny, 
dwl Vallejo nr Powell 

Curran Thomas, laborer, 5 Sacramento 

Currie (John C.) & Richardson (A. B.) auction- 
eers and commission merchants, 106 San- 
some, dwl 13 Minnie 

Currier Asa, laborer, bds at Perkins' Ranch, East 
Union Race Course 

Currier Charles (colored) dwl Miles' Place nr Sac 

Currier Gorham, book-keeper, dwl 2G2 Jackson 

Curry Charles, guns and sporting materials, 87 
Battery 

Curry Charles (colored) boot-black. Merchant nr 
Kearny 

Curry Charles H. (colored) porter, dwl 246 Clay 

Curry Edward boatman, dwl W s Dupont near 
Francisco 

Curry Elias L. carpenter, N s Jackson bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Curry John, seaman, dwl W s Dupont nr Fran- 
cisco 

Curry John, eapt. schr Julius Pringle 

Curry John P. engineer, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Curry N. bds Benton House 

Curry Nath. salesman, 87 Battery 

Curry William, bds Columbia House, Stewart 

Curry William, engineer, bds with Simon Ham- 
merschmith 

Curt Louisa, (widow) furnished rooms, SE cor 
Jackson and Dupont 

Curtaz Benjamin, importer and manufacturer of 
pianos, 186 Montgomery, dwl 216 Clay 

Curtin C. produce merchant, office 32 Clay 

Curtis C. bds What Cheer House 

Curtis Catharine Mrs. furnished rooms, 242 Kear 

Curtis Charles W. & Son (Charles W. Curtis, Jr.) 
intelligence office, 138 Montgomery, upstairs 

Curtis Charles W. Jr. ( ffurtis & Son) 205 Clay 

Curtis E. S. (Scott, C. & Co.) dwl 39 Mont 

Curtis George, jeweler, with Louderback & Bald- 
win, bds New Orleans House 

Curtis Goo. D. laborer, with Fifield & Bro. Broad- 
way nr Gough 

Curtis George W. sash-maker, bds 2 Belden's 
Block 

Curtis Henry K. (Gtishee & C.) dwl Howard bet 
Second and Third 

Curtis Jacob B. street-contractor, dwl 185 Mission 

Curtis Jas. F. dwl Green bet ^Lason and Taylor 

Curtis Jarvis B. broker, dwl N W cor Battery and 
Jackson 

Curtis L. bds What Cheer House 

CURTIS (W. K)&, LANG ( Geo. W.) wood and 
coal, N s Broadway bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton, dwl rear 

Curtiss Henry, book-keeper, with Frank Baker, 
dwl SW cor Broadway and Powell 

Gushing C. A. butcher 9 New World Market, dwl 
E s Prospect Place between Pine and Cal 

Cushing J. M. packer, East bet Washington and 
Jackson 



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i Cusliini; Job, sliip-carpenter, dwl with Henry 
I Miirgan 

Cusliinp John, teamster, bde Philadelphia House 

Cushin^r John J. homrepathic pliysieian, office 80 
Kearny, dwl NW cor Caliibruia and Pros- 
pect Place 

Cushinjr John M. butcher, 9 New World Market, 
dwl E s Prospect Place bet Pine and Cal 

Cushinp Volney H. pilot steamer Helen Hensley 
dwl 103 Dupont 
I Cushman Freeman, tinman, at 9 and 11 Battery 
' Cusick John, laborer, dwl S s Lick Alley bet 
j First and Ecker 

Cusick Thomas C. boiler-maker, dwl with John 
Cusick 
! Cusick William M. dwl with John Cusick 
I Cutler Horace F. merchant, dwl E s Stockton 
bet Post and Sutter 

Cutler Rufus P. Rev. pastor First Unitarian 
Church, dwl 198 Stockton 

Cutter Charles E. driver for Cutter & Coyle, dwl 
NE cor Howard and Second 

CUTTER JAMES H. commission merchant, 87 
Front, dwl cor Sutter and Hyde 

Cutter Joseph, capt. schooner IPetaluma, Clav 
St. Wharf 

Cutter {Reuben S.) &, Coyle (JoTin i7.) proprie- 
tors market NE cor Howard and Second 

Cutter Francis {Baker & C) dwl Howard near 
Fourth 

Cypiot Ferdinand, clerk, with A. Austin & Co. 
bds Metropolitan Hotel 

CZAPKAY L. J. Medical and Surgical Institute, 
SE cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff, dwl N 
s Mission bet Second and Third 

Czaykowski Leon cigar-stand, 191 Clay 



Dabo Joseph, dwl 65 Kearny 

Dabovitch N. fruits, E s Davis nr Jackson 

Daprgert Simon, dwl S a Sacramento bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Daggett John R. clerk, with Newhall and Greg- 
ory, dwl 157 Bush 
Daggett Rollin M. {Brooks, D. & Foard) 151 Clay 
Dagnell James, printer, dwl N s Lick Alley be't 

First and Ecker 
Dahiinger John, mattrasses, 88 Pacific 
Dahlman Charles, clothing, 105 Commercial, bds 

St. Nicholas 
Dahlman J. clerk, bds St. Nicholas 
Dahlman Nathan, clerk, 105 Commercial, bds St. 

Nicholas 
Dahsen [Geo. Y.) & Doescher, {Henry) groceries 

and liquors, SW cor Jessie and Annie 
Dake {Edmon G.) & Wood {H. F.) clothing, 145 

Washington, dwl W s Mont nr Yallejo 
Dakin Isaac (J/c<?/aM/?OT & D.) Davis bet Califor- 
nia and Sacramento 
Daly George, painter, dwl W s Ecker nr Market 
Dall C. C. capt. stm Columbia, dwl 115 Broadway 
Dall {Cornelius) & Westfall {John) carpenters, 

dwl 42 Montgomery 
Dall John H. contractor, 177 Clay, dwl 115 Bdy 
Dall William L. capt. P. M. S. S. Northerner, dwl 
S s Harrison bet First and Second 



Dalleni Richard, dwl cor Francisco and Meiggs' 
Wharf 

Dalley William M. clerk, bds Tremont House 

Dalliba Henry S. book-keeper, National, 78 Mer- 
chant, dwl with W. Ford 

Dally W. M. store-keeper, with Crosby and Dib- 
blee, dwl 19GSansome 

Dalton Daniel, laborer, dwl S a Brannan bet 
Harris and Simmons 

Dalton Edw. engineer, Chelsea Laundry, Third 
nr Harrison 

Dalton Edward, porter, Metropolitan Hotel 

Dalton Eugene, stone-mason, dwl Bush nr Hyde 

Dalton Hugh, waiter. What Cheer House 

Dalton John, stone-mason, bds NW cor Ellis and 
Market 

Dalton Michael, painter, dwl NW cor Ellis and 
Market 

Dalton Patrick laborer, bda NW cor Ellis and 
Market 

Daltou Richard, steward, Oriental Hotel 

Dalton William, boots and shoes, W s Davis nr 
Pacific 

Daly Daniel, tinsmith, with F. Daly & Co. bds 46 
Sansome 

Daly Felix & Co. {James Daly) stoves, 18 Mont- 
gomery, bds Branch Hotel, Battery 

Daly James {Felix Daly & Co.) bds cor Sansome 
and Bush 

Daly James, pilot, res Oakland 

Daly John, laborer, dwl N s Folsom bet First 
and Fremont 

Daly John, watchman, dwl W s Sansome near 
Filbert 

Daly John G. dwl NE cor Harrison and Fremont 

Daly Michael, porter, at North Point Dock Ware- 
house, NE cor Chesnut and Montgomery 

Daly Peter, laborer, dwl W s Ohio nr Broadway 

Daly Rose (widow) washing, dwl 1 Albion PI 

Daly Silas, laborer, dwl Chesnut nr Montgomery 

Daly T. ship-carpenter, dwl NE cor Sutter and 
Dupont 

Daly Thomas, bds Columbia House, Stewart 

Dalziel Robert, plumber, S. F. Water Works 

Dam Alphonso, hair-dresser, dwl with George 
W. Dam 

Dam Cornelius, seaman, bds Contra Costa House 
East nr Jackson 

Dam George W. {dough &, D.) dwl SW cor 
Sac and Larkin 

Damas John, fruit stand, 199 Washington 

DAMERON W. B. Surveyor U. S. Custom House 
bds W 8 Powell bet Jackson and Washing- 
ton 

Damigo Joseph, fisherman, 8 Sacramento 

Damon , capt sloop J. A. McLelland, Clay 

Street Wharf 

Damon F. bds What Cheer House 

Damon George, ship-carpenter, dwl with Henry 
Morgan 

Damon George G. clerk, 137 Clay, dwl Bush bet 
Dupont and Stockton 

Damon James E. importer and jobber in books 
and stationery, 102 Commercial 

Damrell Daniel AY. assistant foreman Alta Cali- 
fornia, dwl Tehama bet Fifth and Simmons 

Dana G. S. {Haskell & Co.) Pacific Glue Factory, 
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Dana Henry P. {D. Brothers & Co.) dwl 128 

Sansomo 
DANA BROTHERS (William A. and Henry F.) 

k CO. commission merchants, 128 Sansomo 
DAXAlII':R(/'a<reVA; U.) & SCHMIDT (Theodore 

E.) dr}' goods, 119 Mont, dwl Harris House 
Daneal Francis, dwl NW cor Guerrero and Center 
Dauforth Chauncey B. carpenter, dwl 10 Sansome 
Danforth Edwin, [ScuU & D.) dwl cor Third and 

Bryant 
Danfortii William, watchman, at Chelsea Laundry 

Third near Harrison 
Dangerville James, cook, 5 Jackson dwl Pacific 

near Dupont 
Danglada Domingo, com merchant, 171 Sansome 

dwl Sparks nr Guerrero 
Dangler Andrew, lagcr-beer saloon, 220 Clay 
Danliawyer M. tailor, 328 Dupont 
Daniel John Rev. pastor Seamen's Bethel, dwl 

178 Mission 
Daniel Samuel, (Jones & Go.) dwl cor Third and 

Folsom 
Daniels Captain, dwl NE cor Sutter and Dupont 
Daniels George, (Wm. Neioell & Co.) residence 

New York 
Daniels James, dwl Hayes' Valley 
Daniels J. M. proprietor Pioneer Race Course 
Daniels John B. bds with Daniel Damrell Tehama 

bet Fifth and Simmons 
Daniels Joseph, cashier Union Foundry, dwl N s 

Powell nr Jackson 
Daniels Martha Mrs. dress-maker, dwl with 

Thomas Atkinson 
Danielson B. liquors, G Jackson 
Dankemayer Henry M. basket-maker, 92 Battery 

dwl 4 Harriet 
Dannenberg Emilj-- Mrs. embroideries, 164 Sac 
Dannheimer Frederick, jeweler, with Reichel & 

Koehler 
Dany John, laborer, dwl NW cor Montgomery 

and Vallejo 
Danziger Henry, ( Woolf& D.) dwl S s Sutter bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Danziger (Henry Jr.) & Co. {Philiii TFete) jewelry 

and clocks, 83 Commercial dwl 230 Stockton 
Darbc-y George, bds with J. L. Cobleigh cor 

California and Van Ness Avenue 
Darbyshire D. K. wagon-maker, at 123 Pine bds 

119 Pine 
Darche Fran9ois, Au Gourmand, 6 New Market 
D'Arcy John, Metropolitan Bakery, Pacific bet 

Battery and Front 
Darcy Joseph, porter, NE cor Cal and Battery 
Darden J. D. statistical clerk, C. H. bds Metro- 
politan Hotel 
Dargan William, porter, with Daniel Gibb & Co. 
Dargon Leon, steward, 153 Commercial 
Daring Sebastian, (Hoffman & D.) 299 Dupont 
Dark Albert, Eclipse Market, cor East and Sac 
Darling Richard, harness-maker, bds 99 Pine 
Darling William A. com merchant and Sicilian 

consul, 102 Battery dwl S s Lombard bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Darlson John, boot-maker, with James H. Swain 
Darnell Henry Y. clerk, with Whitcomb, Pringle 

& F.'kon dwl E s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Haiiison 
Darro Hilary, bds Benton House 



Darrow Henry, carpenter, dwl NE cor Powell 

and Broadway 
Dart Putnam C. dwl 177 Mission 
Darty Michael, boot-maker, at 88 Battery 
Dase John, porter, with Sonntag & Co. 187 

Sansome 
Dassett Joseph, cattle dealer, dwl Pacific bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Dassman Henry, baker, with G. Middlehoff SE 

cor Dupont and St. Mark's Place 
Dastug Marcellus, baker, at Sutter Bakery Sutter 

near Powell 
Dastugae Gustavo, butcher, 4 Clay St. Market 

dwl California nr Dupont 
Daulton Eugene, stone-cutter, Fort Point 
Daunet Augustus, carriage manuf S s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Daunet Edward, dish-washer, 195 Kearny 
Daunet Francis, dwl S s Sutter bet Montgomery 

and Kearny 
Daurs J. & Co. (C. D. Lusk) livery stable, 150 

Sansome 
Davega (B. F.) & Cohen (H. L.) dry goods, 140 

Sac dwl Union bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Davenport E. V. bds Tremont House 
Davenport John, stevedore, dwl N s Natoma bet 

Second and Third 
Davenport Thomas, book-keeper, with Ross, 

Dempster & Co. dwl W s Mason rir Clay 
Davenport Thomas, laborer, with J. Nicholls 

Presidio Road 
Davenport Wm. H. office at Dana Brothers 128 

Sansome dwl NW cor Third and Harrison 
Davey Joseph, porter, with Treadwell & Co. bds 

20 Sansome 
DAVIDSON BENJAMIN, banker, and Sar- 
dinian Consul, NW cor Montgomery and 

Commercial dwl N s Sutter bet Powell and 

Stockton 
Davidson Donald & Co. com merchants, office 94 

Montgomery 
Davidson George, clerk, 161 Battery dwl Tre- 
mont House 
Davidson George, U. S. Coast Survey, bds Metro- 
politan Hotel 
Davidson James, seaman, bds at T. Young's "W s 

Battery nr Vallejo 
Davidson John, dwl N s Mission bet Third and 

Fourth 
DAVIDSON (John W.) & CO. (Raphael Weill) 

fancy dry-goods, 137 Sacramento 

Davidson Marx, stoves, 113 Kearny 

Davidson Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Green nr 

Sansome 
Davidson Walter P. clerk, 161 Battery 
Davidson ( William) & Allen (Myron W.) carriage 

and wagon manufactory, 21 Bush 
Davies John S. (Beers & 2^.) dwl N s Eddy bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Davies Siiadrack, cabinet-maker, 260 Clay dwl 

N s Washington bet Leavenworth and Jones 
Davies Stephen L. hackman, N s Plaza 
Davis Alfred E. (Davis & Co.) at Dow's Distillery 
Davis Alvin H. carpenter, dwl 219 California 
Davis Andrew J. dwl 102 Merchant 
Davis B. (colored) white- washer, 150 Washington 
Davis B. F. carrier, Alta California 
Davis Bridget Mrs. liquors, E s Mont nr Pacific 



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Davis 13. W. book-keeper, witli Davis & Jordan I 
dwl W s Second iir Stoveuson 

Davis Caleb, lalwrer, with W. H. Boveo & Co. 
dwl CliiitOD Tomperatice House 

Davis Charles, teaiDstor, for Uenry Miller N s 
Howard nr Fiftii 

Davis Cliarks W. wood-worker, with T. 0, Shaw 

Davis David, dwl NE cor Jackson and Mason 

Davis David, butcher, dwl 19 Kearny 

Davis D. "W". molder, with T. Ogg Shaw dwl 
Jessie bet First and Second 

Davis Edward S. (A. M. Oilman & Co.) dwl cor 
Powell and John 

Davis El win, clerk, with Crowell & Crane dwl Es 
Stockton nr Clay 

Davis Erwin, dwl 102 Merchant ^.v, 

Davis Franklin, laborer, bds cor Mission and 
Center 

Davis George A. cabinet-rnaker, dwl NW cor 
Bush and Kearnv 

DAVIS ( George B.) & BOWERS {John B.) cloth- 
ing, Quincy Hall 149 and 151 Washington 
dwl cor Buena Vista and Sacramento 

Davis George H. ticket clerk, Pacific Mail S. S. 
Co. dwl 276 Clay 

Davis Griffith, brick-layer, dwl 332 Dupont, rear 

Davis Harriet E. Miss, dress-maker, dwl 112 Bush 

Davis Henry, agent J. Davis, Sac dwl 79 Jessie 

Davis Henry L. deputy sheriff. County Court dwl 
N s Jackson above Powell 

Davis Horace, purser P. M. S. S. Columbia 

Davis {Isaac E.) & Jordan {A. P.) lime and ce- 
ment, NB cor Front and Washington dwl N 
8 Mission bet Fourth and Fifth 

Davis Jackson, dwl E s Kearny nr Union 

Davis James, dwl with Edwin Frodsham 

Davis James, mason, dwl 229 Clay 

Davis Job C. laundry, San Antonio, dwl SW cor 
Dupont and St. Mark's Place 

Davis John, bds 19 Jackson 

Davis John, boat-builder, Drumm nr Clay 

Davis John, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 

Davis John, laborer, dwl W s Gaines nr Union 

Davis John, ship-carpenter, dwl Broadway nr 
Van Ne.ss Avenue 

Davis John, laborer, dwl E s Scott bet Broadway 
and Pacific 

Davis John B. F. boots and shoes, dwl W s Sec- 
ond bet Mission and Market 

Davis John P. book-keeper with Ryan & Co. dwl 
Tehama bet First and Second 

Davis Levi, tinsmith, bds with M. Dobezensky 

Davis Lewis, bar-keeper, SE cor Sacramento and 
Battery, dwl N s Jessie nr Third 

Davis Louis, tailor, 204 Clay 

Davis Marks, clothing, 187 Pacific 

Davis Morris, tailor, dwl W s Third bet Mission 
and Stevenson 

Davis Moses, butcher, dwl 19 Kearny 

Davis P. A. southern coast messenger. Freeman 
& Co.'s Express, dwl Second nr Stevenson 

Davis Peter, laborer, dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton 
and Powell 

DAVIS R. D. W. auctioneer, SW cor Sansome 
and California, dwl W s Stockton bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 

Davis Reynolds, physician, bds Brannan House 

Davis Richard, bds Benton House 



Davis Richard A. bds with Philo Doud 

Davis {Saynu^d) & Co. (^1. E. Davis) hog-dealers, 

Dow's Distillery 
Davis Thomas, boarding, dwl S s Broadway nr 

Front 
Davis Washington, carpenter, bds 12 Sansome 
Davis W. 11. oyster-saloon, 84 Montgomery, dwl 

Pine nr Montgomery 
Davis ( William) & Ilaller (Lucas) Turner's Me- 
chanics Mills, SW cor Mission and Fremont, 
dwl NW cor Pino and Hyde 
Davis William, harness-maker, dwl SE cor Front 

and Jackson 
Davis William H. bds with James R. Paullin 
Davis William J. carpenter, bds with Oliver Wy- 

Davison John, liquor-saloon, N a Presidio Road 

nr distillery 
Davock M. E. salesman, 61 Sacramento 
Davy James, second cook, Alden's Dining-Saloon 

Sansome 
Dawes James, laborer with G. D. Bliss, S s Pa- 
cific nr Polk 
Dawes John G. book-keeper, 74 California, dwl 

with Samuel S. Sprague 
Daws James, (C D. Lusk & Co.) dwl 150 San 
Dawson George F. reporter National, dwl N s 

Washington abv Kearny 
Dawson Sarah Mrs. adjuster, U. S. B. Mint 
Dawson S. A. Mrs. SW corner Pacific and Da- 
vis 
Dawson William, calker, bds Isthmus House, 36 

First 
Dawson William, miner, dwl S s Green bet Pow- 
ell and Stockton 
Day David G. dwl Mission bet Brady and Her- 
mann 
Day Dennis 0. laborer, dwl S s Vallejo nr Mont 
Day James (colored) dwl 331 Stockton 
Day Jane (widow) bds N. R. Herrick W s Sec- 
ond bet Howard and Mission 
Day John, painter, at 119 Washington, bds Co- 
lumbia House, Pine nr Montgomery 
Day Robert, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
DAY THOMAS, importer gas-fixtures, cutlery, 
etc. 188 Montgomery, dw^l cor Folsom and 
Hampton Place (see advertisement) 
Day William, carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Day William, painter, bds Columbia House 
Day William H. with Lowell & Schetter, dwl 38 

First 
Day Willington F. (Schultz & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Bush and Kearny 
Days John M. tailor, at 20 Montgomery 
Dayton John B. book-binder with A. Buswell, bds 

229 Clay 
Deacon Job, brick-layer, bds Bay State Row, 

Sansome nr Pine 
Deady Charles, bar-keeper. National House, Pa- 
cific nr Broadway 
Deady Cornelius, carriage-maker, 101 Kearny, 

bds What Cheer House 
Dean Benjamin D. bds What Cheer House 
Dean Bradley R. oyster-saloon, 202 Clay 
Dean James, paints and oils, dwl W s Kearny nr 

Union 
Dean Jane M. Mrs. 136 Montgomery 
Dean Jean Mrs. bds Brannan House 



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Dean Porcius F. treasurer American Theater, bds 

Ilotel International 
Dean Samuel, painter, dwl Yerba Buena 
Doaue James R. paints, 141 Koarny, dwl TV 8 

Kearny bet Union and Filbert 
De Angeles John, minstrel, dwl XW cor Bush 

and Kearny 
De Aruo L. Ponton, dwl Proppect Place 
Deatterlo Julius, butcher, dwl 39 Kearny 
Deaves Edwin, vocalist, dwl S s Jackson bet 

Powell and Mason 
Beblois George L. & Co. produce commission, 19 

Davis, dwl 7 Geary 
Deblois Thos. M. 92 Front, up stairs 
De Boom Corneille, real estate, dwl 23 Court 

Block- 
Debris William, Albion Foundry, dwl 12 Minnie 
Debrodt Charles, cooper with Baker & Cutting 
DEBUS FR.VNCIS, speculator, dwl W s Dolo- 
res nr Corbet t 
De Camp John, commander U. S. N. inspector 

light-house P. C. off Custom House 
De Cassin Madame, fortune-teller, dwl 343 Stock- 
ton 
Decker Christian, gardener, with Joseph Rousch, 

Folsom nr Toil-Gate 
Decker {Iknry) & Co. (John U. Camp) groceries 
and liquors, SW cor Pine and Montgomery, 
dwl 43 Montgomery 
Decker Jacob, messenger, Custom House, dwl N 

s Howard bet Second and Third 
Decker Jacob, wheelwright, dwl S s Geary nr 

Dupont 
De Costar John B. cook, 104 ilerchant 
DE COURCILLON EUGENE, oculist and au- 

rist, off and dwl Brenham Place 
De Cray A. confectioner, dwl Hartman Place bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Deedev C. bds What Cheer House 
DEETH DEXTER & CO. [E. W. Kingsley) In- 
telligence Office, 205 Clay 
ViQQi\\ (Jacob) & Starr (71 A",) Ship-Bread and 

Cracker Bakery, 31 Sac, dwl 180 Mission 
Defer Andre, assayer, H. Hentsch, dwl cor Sut- 
ter and Dupont 
Defet Prosper, barber, 268 Dupont 
Defiebach Thomas B. (Agneiv & D.) bds Niantic 

Ilotel 
Defield Joseph, at distillery, Presidio Road 
Defrees John, clerk, dwl NE cor Powell and 

Washington 
De Fremery James, com mcht, Consul for Meck- 
lenburg Schwerin, Merchant nr Battery, res 
Oakland 
De Fremery Wm. C, B, with James De Fremery 
De Freville Eugene, vegetables, 55 Kearny 
Degear Geo. W. carpenter, 19 Leidesdorff 
De Gong Ann Mrs. lodgings, SW cor Pine and 

Sansome 
De Groot Henry G. reporter, dwl Metropolitan 

Ilotel 
De Groole Leon, clerk, dwl with E. S. Mendels, 

Berry nr Dupont 
De Ilaan Meyer, dry-goods, dwl Vallejo nr Stock 
Deiderickson William, foreman Bay City Brewery 
Deidisheimer J. asst cashier, P. M. S. S. Co 
Deingeleiser Frederick, butcher, bds SW cor 
Geary and Dupont 



Deiser N. cigar manufactory, cor Sacramento and 
Front, dwl cor Pacific and Kearny 

Dejonghe P. tailor, 125 California 

Do Kosta Antonio, steamer steward, dwl N a 
Yallcjo bet Montgomer}' and Sansome 

Delabigne J. B. produce, 89 Clay 

Delafout Pierre, Leopold & Co. imps wines and 
liquors, 130 Wash, and Lafayette Brewery 
Green nr Mason, dwl S s Green bet Powell 
and Mason 

Delahanty (John) & Skelly (Mchaet), proptrs Em- 
pire Soda Works, N s Mission bet Second 
and Third, res Petaluma 

Delahoe John, pilot, dwl Jones bet Union and 
Filbert 

Delaiting Baptiste, barber. Pacific nr Davis 

Delamater Theodore, laborer, Fifield & Bro. 
Broadway nr Gough 

De la Montagnie Joseph E. pier 18 Stewart, dwl 
182 California 

De La Montanya Hudson, stoves, N s Jackson nr 
Batter}-, dwl 249 Kearny 

De La Montanya J. plumber, S. F. W. Works 

De La Montanya, {James) k Brother (Matlieio De 
La Montanya), imp stoves, 82 Jackson 

De La Montanya Mathew (De La Montanya & 
Brother), bds 74 Jackson 

Delande Stephen, variety-store, 23 Clay 

De Lan Malvina H. Madame, fortune-teller, 6 St. 
Mary 

De Landres.se H. 123 Commercial 

Delauey John, dwl Octavia bet Jackson and 
Washington 

Delaney Mary (widow) dwl with John Lawler, 
Beale nr Br3'ant 

Delaney Mathew, veterinary surgeon, S s Mar- 
ket nr Kearny, dwl nr Lagoon 

Delaney Patrick, well-borer, dwl N s Howard 
bet Third and Fourth 

Delange Conrad, washman, dwl E s Third bet 
Mission and Howard 

Delange Jacob, billiard table-maker, W s Dupont 
nr St. Marks Place 

Delany Charles McC. atty at law, 129 Montgom- 
ery, dwl Mason nr Bush 

Delany William D. ship-carpenter, dwl N s Silver 
bet Third and Fourth 

Delareuelle Gustave, cock-pit, 185 Commercial, 
dwl cor Stone and Jackson 

DE LA RUE (Eclyar) & SCHNEPEL (Coesar), 
lumber, SE cor California and Davis, and 
pier 2 Stewart St. Wharf, bds SW cor Du- 
pont and Pine 

Delatour Alexander J. boarding, 82i Bush 

Delaunay II. painter, 213 Dupont 

Delavan John, dwl nr cor Union and Jones 

De Leon Francisco, dwl 173 Sansome 

Deletra C. Madame, nurse, dwl 271 Washington 

Delexe Louis,, wocks at City Laundry, dwl Ns 
Howard bet Third and Fourth 

Delhumeau Eugene, diamond-setter, bds William 
Tell House, 79 Bush 

Deliger (Frtderick) & Ilagemann (Frederick), 
imps boots and shoes, 75 and 77 California, 
dwl cor Second and Silver 

Delia Torre Peter, (^Calhoun, Wise &, D. T.), U. 
S. District Attorney, 4 U. S. Court Building, 
bds Metropolitan Hotel 



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DELLEPIANE JOSEPH, groceries nnd furnish- 
ed rooms. NE cor Dupont nnd Jackson 
De Lonjr Francis, office 68 Battery 
Delong Francis, fisli-pcddler, dwlllS Dupont 
Delonno Alfred, painter, 307 Dupont 
Delouliry Jolin, miner, bds 4 St. Marks Place 
De Luce George, musician, dwl 258 Dupont 
Demarest Jacob D. physician, dwl 118 Pine 
De Martigny H. Lemoyne, salesman at J. Guerin 

& Co. bds Antique Castle 
Demerest James H. mason, Fort Point, dwl Pre- 
sidio Koad 
Demetrius John, seaman, dwl rear Sutter Iron 

Works 
Demont Leonard, molder, Vulcan Iron Works, 

bds Manhattan House 
De Montreville Cyril, lithographer, dwl 182 Com- 
mercial 
Dempsey James, laborer, dwl W s Rassette PI, 

No . 3 nr Ver Mehr 
Dempster C. J. {jRoss D. & Co.), dwl Brown bet 

Mission and Folsom 
Dempwolft' Auguste, clerk, dwl SE cor Third and 

Sherwood Place 
Demu Joseph, laundry, cor Union and Dupont 
Dengeliesen Frederick, 11 Washington Market, 

dwl SW cor Dupont and Geary 
Deniell Thomas, ship-carpenter, dwl W s Mason 

bet Yallejo and Broadway 
Deniels Joseph, book-keeper, dwl 343 Powell 
Denike William, painter, dwl 242 Pacific 
Denike William J. upholsterer, SW cor Stockton 

and Pacific 
Denis Napoleon, laborer, dwl 114 Dupont 
Denison Dudley, asst light-house keeper, Point 

Bonita 
Denison James R. Inspector Custom House, bds 

with Mrs. J. L. Hayden 
Denison M. J. Mrs. dwl 343 Powell 
Denison Thomas S. entry-clerk, warehouse dept 

Custom House, dwl 343 Powell 
Denman James, principal Evening School No. 1, 

with W. W. Crane, Jr. bds Amer Exchange 
Denmark Jacob, clerk, NW cor Green and Kear 
Dennenberg Joseph, 164 Sacramento 
Dennett Gardner, Pine Tree Saloon, NW cor 

Kearny and Bush, bds 168 Bush 
Denney Alexander, salesman, 146 Front, dwl SE 

cor Powell and Broadway 
Denney Joseph {Winall & D.), bds Battery St. 

House 
Dennis Gabriel, seaman, bds with Orrin Dennis 
Dennis George, wire-maker, dwl W s Dupont ur 

Lombard 
Dennis George (colored), {Brown & D.) dwl cor 

Sutter and Larkin 
Dennis George W. livery-stable, dwl S s Filbert 

nr Kearny 
Dennis Gordon, laborer, dwl 160 Kearny 
Dennis James S. clerk I. B. Purdy & Co. dwl W 

s Dupont bet Geary and OTarrell 
Dennis John, stone-cutter, Fort Point, dwl cor 

Pine and Battery 
Dennis Nelson, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Dennis Orrin, dwl E s Fremont bet Bryant and 

Harrison 
Dennis Samuel J. actor, dwl NW cor Bush and 

Kearny 



Dennis Thomas, wire-worker, dwl W s Dupont 

nr Lombard 
Dennis W. capt sloop Eureka, Pacific St. Wharf 
Dennis Willaim E. contractor, dwl 167 Mission 
Dennison D. W. C. 19 Commercial, dwl N s Te- 
hama bet Fourth and Fifth 
Dennison Isaac Y. dwl E s Dolores op Mission 

Dolores Church 
Dennison J. laborer, dwl with William P. Brooks 
Dennison James G. dwl Dolores nr Center 
Dennoe Alfred, clerk. National, 66 Merchant, 

bds with Elizabeth Dennoe 
Dennoe Elizabeth (widow), dress-maker S s 

Jessie bet Second and Third 
Denny Arneaud (Millou k, D.) 153 Sansome, dwl 

NW cor Pacific and Sansome 
Denny Charles, clerk for J. J. Denny 
Denny Charles W. carpenter, dwl with Joseph 

J. Denny 
Denny Edward, clerk, G. B. Hitchcock, 109 San 
Denny John W. house and sign-painter, 145 

Sansome, dwl 263 Stockton 
Denny Joseph, blacksmith, bds 28 Battery 
Denny Joseph J. contractor, dwl W s Hawthorne 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Denny William W. clerk with W. H. Wood & 

Co. dwl with Jos. J. Denny 
De Pass Mary A. (widow), adjuster, U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl Mason nr Union 
De Place Emile, proptr Steamboat Point House, 
works at Yulcan Iron Works, dwl S s 
Townsend nr Third 
De Prefontaine J. R. editor, dwl NE cor Kearny 

and California 
Derbec E. publisher Echo du Pacifique, 124 Sac- 
ramento, dwl Yirginia 
Derby Edward M. ofif 79 Front, dwl E s Powell 

nr Washington 
Derby John C. real estate agent, dwl E s Buena 

Yista bet Sacramento and California 
Derby 0. E. drayman, 8 Clay 
Derby S. J. brass-finisher at 58 Halleck 
Dereins Hypolite, butcher-stall, 2 Clay St. Mkt 
Derham James, bakery, NE cor Yallejo and 

Stockton 
Derkheim Frank, book-keeper, Loning & Feuer- 
stein, dwl E s Hawthorne bet Folsom and 
Harrison 
Dermody Michael, drayman, dwl W s Prospect 

Place bet Pine and California 
DE RO {Charles) & ELDRIDGE {J. Oscar) auc- 
tioneers, SE cor Front and California, dwl 
South Park 
Derond Fran9ois, painter, E s Rassette Place, 

No. 1 nr Sutter 
De Rone Edward, blacksmith, bds 46 Sansome 
Derrick Henry, bell-ringer City Hall, dwl Knick- 
erbocker Engine House 
Derrick Kate M. Mrs. cigars, 113 Washington 
Derrick William H. liquors, 113 Washington, dwl 

234 Washington 
De Sagaud Charles, book-keeper, dwl W s Mont- 
gomery nr Pacific 
Descasco Luke, laborer, dwl 6 Spofford 
Deschasnay, rran9ois, waiter Union Hotel, Plaza 
Desenfant Eugene, washman. Third nr Steven- 
son, dwl S s Tehama bet Fourth and Fifth 
Desfarges Frederick, liquor-saloon, 68 Kearny 



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Deshields Louis, physician, dwl N s Folsora bet 

Third and Fourtli 
Desire Jean, sausage-maker, dwl 63 Merchant 
Desman Felix, carpenter, dwl W s Mason bet 

Vnllejo and Broadway 
Desman >iicliael, carpenter, dwl W s Mason bet 

Vallejo and Broadway 
DESMOND PATRICK, boarding, 90 Pino 
Desmond Patrick, laborer. Fort Point 
Desprez Constant, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Dupont and Clay 
Desroziers E. & Co. dealers in liquors and pro- 
visions, 123 Commercial 
Dessort Eugene (Favre, Pionneau & Co.) dwl "W s 

Montgomery nr Pacific 
De Tavel Achille, veterinary surgeon, 129 Pine 
Detels Henry, clerk, with John Detels, NW cor 

Sutter and Dupont 
Detels John, groceries and liquors, SE cor Har- 
rison and Main, and NW cor Sutter and 

Dupont, dwl E s Fremont bet Bryant and 

Harrison 
Detels Martin, clerk, with John Detels dwl cor 

Harrison and Main 
Detrick Eddington, bag factory, S s Market nr 

First, bds with Mrs. M. A. Washburn 
Detrick Edward, bag factory, 58 Claj'^, dwl Kear- 
ny bet Green and Union 
Detrick H. bag-maker, dwl Kearny bet Green 

and Union 
Dettener George {Ulrich &, D.) dwl 156 Pacific 
Detterding Henry C. clerk for Lewis Buck SE 

cor Dupont and Geary 
Dettle Max, cooper, with Adam Meyer 
Dettlebach Morris, dwl 113 Folsom 
Dettman Henry {Ityen & D.) SE cor Bush and 

Sansome 
D'Eu Alphonse, proprietor Sutter Bakery, S s 

Sutter bet Stockton and Powell 
D'Eu Company, office 93 Montgomery Block 
Deubief liippolyte {Joseph Deubief & Co.) dwl 

354 Stockton 
Deubief Joseph & Co. [Ilij^polyte Deubief^ sauce 

manufacturers 354 Stockton, rear 
De Uprey Samuel, commission merchant, dwl N 

s Berry bet Dupont and Clara 
Deussing Otto, importer fancy goods, etc. 274 

Stockton 
Deutsch Jacob, bar-keeper, Louisiana Saloon 
De Valke Henry, boarding, East nr Jackson 
Devallason Oscar, dwl Annie bet Eddy and Ellis 
Dovenny Terrence, drayman, dwl 11 Minnie 
Devereaux Nicholas, hostler, dwl 125 Pine 
Deviercy Eugene {Frontier & D. and A. Dubois 

& Co.) dwl Isdel Place nr Bush 
Deville Francis, baker, for Mrs. E. C. Winn, dwl 

164 Commercial 
Devine D. D. with M. Bernheim 104 Clay 
Devine Dennis, confectioner, 25 Clay 
Devine Dennis, liquors, 18-7 Montgomery, dwl 

Pacific nr Montgomery 
Devine Michael H. intelligence office, 130 Kearny 
Devine William, dwl Yansen bet Lombard and 

Greenwich 
Devitt Edward, driver, Logue & Skelly, bds Mrs. 

Margaret Lyons 
Devlin Elizabeth Mrs. (widow) washing, dwl N 

s Post bet Kearny and Montgomery 



Devlin James, carpenter, bds with Arthur Kelly 

Devlin John, hackman, bds with Mrs. A. T. 
Kenny 

Dcvney Joseph, ballaster, dwl 231 Kearny 

Devoe Alexander, annealer, U. S. B. M. dwl 15 
Albion Place 

Devoe Benjamin 0. builder, dwl 270 Powell 

DEVOE {James) & CO. {James Devoe, Jr. k 
Samuel Dinsmore) proprietors S. F. Machine 
Works, SW cor Market and Fremont, dwl 
Sansome Street House 

Devoe James Jr. {Devoe & Co.) dwl Sansome 
Street House 

Devoe Maria (widow) nurse, dwl NW cor Jessie 
and Annie 

De Yries George, clerk, dwl E s Selina Place nr 
California 

De Yries J. salesman, 74 Commercial, dwl Powell 
nr Washington 

Devries Jens C. dwl N s Folsom bet Third and 
Fourth 

Dewar {John) & Gehricki {0. F.) shipping and 
commission merchants, cor Commercial and 
East up stairs, dwl 64 Montgomery 

Dewey Eugene, dwl Oriental Hotel 

Dewey Samuel L. merchant, dwl NW cor Du- 
pont and California 

DEWEY S. P. & SON ( William P. Dewey) real 
estate agents and auctioneers, 112 Mont- 
gomery, bds Oriental Hotel 

Dewey William P. {S. P. Deuey & Son) bds 
Oriental Hotel 

Dewhurst G. bds What Cheer House 

DE WITT {Alfred) KITTLE {Nicholas G.) & 
CO. (/. G. Kittle) shipping and commission 
merchants, 189 and 191 Sansome, resides 
New York 

De W'itt Andrew, carpenter, dwl E s Fourth 
bet Mission and Market 

Dexter Charles H. driver for Wells, Fargo «& 
Co. dwl 23 Central Place 

Dexter Franklin, book-keeper, with Locke & Mon- 
tague, bds 269 Stockton 

Dexter Henry, dwl NW cor Stockton and Pa- 
cific 

Dexter Peter B. secretary Mechanics Institute, 
dwl SW cor Sacramento and Stockton 

De Young, Amelia (widow) dwl 122 Bush 

De Zaido Ramon, dwl S s Center bet Guerrero 
and Valencia 

Dias Thomas, dwl 375 Stockton 

Diaz Caroline Mrs. teacher of Spanish, 234 Wash 

Dibbern H. clerk, 152 Kearny 

Dibblee Albert {Crosby & D.) Ill Battery 

Dicaud Joseph, grocer, cor Dupont and Vallejo 

Dick David {W>n. Horr & Co.) dwl 39 Davis 

Dick Stephen W. (TTm. Horr & Co.) dwl S s 
Vallejo bet Stockton and Powell 

Dickerman Lyman, Bay State Lodgings E s 
Front bet Sacramento and Com up stairs 

Dickerson David E. carpenter, 183 Montgomery, 
dwl Chambers nr Front 

Dickeson Amelia A. Mrs. (colored) washing, 
dwl 2 Brooklyn Place 

Dickeson Francis A. (colored) cook, dwl 2 Brook- 
lyn Place 

Dickey George S. Jr. druggist, 86 Montgomery, 
dwl 252 Powell 



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Dickinson Clms. 11. boarding, G Beldon's Block, 

Market 
Dickinson Harvey, bag-maker, dwl 7 Virginia 
Dickinson L. AV. stone-cutter. Fort Point 
Dickinson 0. Jr. {11 E. Breuster & Co.) bds S s 

Pacilic bet Stockton and Virginia 
Dickinson Stanliope, painter, dwl SW cor Bush 

and Trinity 
Dickinan Elizabeth (widow) dwl with John 

Levy N s Suttor bet Dupont and Stockton 

Dicks James, bds Columbia PIousc, Stewart 

Dicks Rolwrt, laborer, bds with Wm. Fitzpatrick 

DICKSON (//. N.) DE WOLF & CO. {George 

Camphell & Charles F. Lott) commission 

mcrciiants S s Merchant nr Battery, resi- 
dence London 
Diedcriciisen Charles, proprietor Gorman Hall, 

55 Montgomery 
Diehl Christopher, barber, at "What Cheer House 
Dieler Frederick, laborer, 201 Jackson 
Diemar Francis, gunsmith, bds New York Hotel 
Dierck Cliarles, melter, at 108 Battery 
Dierck F. A. melter and refiner, dwl E s Mason 

bet Lombard and Chesnut 
Dierks John, bds S. F. Sugar Refinery 
Dietrich (John) & Co. groceries, SE cor Mason 

and Vallejo 
Dietrich ( IV. E.) & Bowen {J. B.) pork, lard and 

bacon, 5-4 Wash Market dwl 3 Virginia PI 
Dietterle Christopher F. carriage-maker, N s 

Market bet Sansome and Battery dwl SB 

cor Mary Lane and Berry 
Dietterlen (Julius) &, Co. (J. C. Lutz) butchers, 

57 Kearny 
DIETZ (A. G.) & CO. oil and camphene, office 

132 Washington, factory Natoma bet first 

and Second dwl 5 Perry 
Dietz Adam, barber, dwl 346 Stockton 
Dietz Samuel, superintendent camphene works, 

48 Front bds with A. C. Dietz 
Diffenderffer Joseph T. carpenter, bds S s Bran- 
nan bet Simmons and Harris 
Difley Peter, brick-layer, dwl N s Geary bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Diggs William H. captain brig W. D. Rice, pier 

20 Stewart 
Dijean Garcia, carpenter, dwl Green nr Dupont 
Dikeman D. S. dwl 162 Sacramento 
Dilhorn (N. B.) & Co. gas-fitters, Mont nr Wash 
DILLON GEORGE J. book-keeper, Southgate 

& Mitchell dwl Tehama bet First and Second 
Dillon James, shoe-maker, at 169 Washington 

dwl Bailot Alley nr Vallejo 
Dillon John H. secretary British Consul, 126 

California 
Dillon John P. clerk, for Thomas Dillon SE cor 

Post and Kearny 
Dillon Luke, dwl S s Bryant nr Third 
Dillon Michael, laborer, dwl 350 Stockton, rear 
Dillon Robert, clerk for Thomas Dillon, SB cor 

Post apd Kearny 
Dillon Thos. hardware, SE cor Post and Kearny 
Dimon John, teamster, bds with John Couch, 

Dolores 
Dimon J. S. (7. B. Purely & Co.) res New York 
Dimond Kate Miss, domestic, with R. C. Rogers 

S s Brannan bet Second and Third 
Dimond M. tailor, 77 Merchant 



Dindrida Manuel, waiter, Stewart St. Restaurant 
Diugee Charles M. ship-joiner, dwl N s Stevenson 

bet First and Second 
Dingle George R. engineer, stmr Sophie McLean 

dwl S s Minnie bet Second and Third 
Dingley Charles, captain schr Mary A. Evans 

Washington Street Wharf 
Dinglej' Thomas F. dwl N s Pine nr Dupont 
Dingley William H. (Folsom & D.) dwl SE cor 

Post and Kearny 
Dinkelspiel L. (Simon & D.) dwl 66 Sansome 
Dinsmore Samuel (Devoe & Go.) dwl 12 Sansome 
Dios Sepulbada John, teacher, dwl 325 Dupont, 

rear 
Dirking Auguste, watch-maker, 40 Pacific dwl 

cor Sansome and California 
Dirks Teresa Mrs. New Texas House 33 Clay 
Dissat Antoine, barber, with Fayard & Constant 
Dittes Michael, at Cochituate Baths, 57 Snnsome 
Ditty Samuel, furniture wagon, SW cor Clay and 

Montgomery dwl N s Folsom bet Harris and 

Simmons 
Divid Elenore Madame, dress-maker, 166 Sac 
Dixon Clement, liquors, 83 Sacramento dwl S s 

Natoma bet Second and Third 
Dixon Emma G. (widow) dress-maker,at248 Clay 
DIXON (John) BROTHERS & CO. (Samuel 

Dixon) imps and dealers in dry-goods, 113 

Montgomery resides New York 
Dixon Lucas, salesman, with Dixon, Brothers & 

Co. dwl S s Clay bet Dupont and Stockton 
Dixon Richard, engineer, dwl E s Stockton bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Dixon Robert, book-keeper, Dixon, Brothers & 

Co. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Dixon Samuel, (D., Brothers & Co.) dwl E s 

Dupont bet California and Pine 
Disson Edward C. tailor, bds Niantic Hotel 
Dizeny Paul, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Doak Jas. at U. S. Bakery, bds with E. G. Doyle 
Doane Albert, dwl N s Filbert bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
DOANE CHARLES, sheriff, city and county 

San Francisco, office City Hall dwl N s 

Minnie bet First and Second 
Doane John 0. book-keeper, with Kerby, Byrne 

& Co. dwl Kearny 
Doane Mary W. (widow) dwl wnth Charles Doane 
Dober Joseph, carpenter, dwl Third nr Folsom 
Dobezensky Morris, stoves, gas-meters, etc., 

6 First 
Doble Abner, (Nelson & D.) 89 Pine dwl Presidio 

Road 
Dobsen Henry, blacksmith, SW cor Beale and 

Mission 
Dobson Peter, ship-wright, dwl N s Perry bet 

Second and Third 
Dodd Robert, mattrcss-maker, dwl 116 Front 
Dodge Arthur, (Kingsbury & D.) dwl SW cor 

Broadway and Snnsome 
Dodge Daniel, butcher, dwl NE cor Second and 

Tehama 
Dodge E. K. & Co. com merchants, 69 Clay 
Dodge Francis, carpenter, dwl 52 St. Mark's PI 
Dodge Franklin, with W. L. Richardson, dwl 

Anthony 
DODGE (H. L.) & SHAW (John) com merchants, 

94 Front dwl SW cor Cal and Prospect PI 



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Dodgo Josiah, driver. City Laundry SW cor 

Brannan and Tliird 
Dodgo J. W. dentist, 172 Washington, bds 74 

Jackson 
Dodge William, clerk, bds SW cor Branuan and 

Third 
Dodge William K. {Hulhurt & D.) cor Tyler and 

Lark in 
Dodge William W. book-keeper, 54 Front dwl 

Jackson near Powell 
Dodson GrilSu (colored) waterman, 292 Pacific, 

rear 
Dodson S. bds Tremont House 
Doe B. & J. S. importers doors, sashes and blinds, 

junction Market and California, bds 22 San 
Doe Charles F. book-keeper, with B. & J. S. Doe 

bds with Luther Knight 
Doe Johu S. {B. & J. S. I).) dwl cor Bush and 

Sansome 
Doe Luke, bakery, N s Mission bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Doe Warren K. dwl 204 Stockton 
Doeren William, dwl Auburn bet Jackson and 

Pacific 
Doermer Valentine A. boots and shoes, 85 Bush 
Doescher Claus ( Van Glenn & D.) dwl NW cor 

First and Stevenson 
Doescher Henry [Dahsen & D.) dwl cor Jessie 

and Annie 
Doescher John, driver, for Delabanty & Skelly bds 

with Michael Skelly 
Doescher John, grocery, SE cor Sansome and 

Jackson 
Doherty George, ship-joiner, dwl N s Minnie bet 

Second and Third 
Doherty James, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinerj dwl 

S 8 Harrison bet Price and Harris 
Doherty John, dwl Yansen bet Lombard and 

Greenwich 
Doherty John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery dwl 

S s Harrison bet Price and Harris 
Doherty John C. furniture and bedding, 211 Clay 

dwl S s Union bet Powell and Mason 
Doherty Margaret (widow) furnished rooms dwl 

186 Stockton 
Doherty Michael, saddles and harness, 132 Kearny 
Dolau James, laborer, bds Lewis Place bet Jones 

and Taylor 
Dolan James, laborer, Fort Point 
Dolan John, vegetables, dwl N s Minnie bet 

Third and Fourth 
Dolan Margaret Mrs. (widow), dwl Lewis Place 

bet Jones, Taylor, Sutter and Post 
Dolan ilichael, appraiser's dept Custom House, 

dwl N s Vallejo nr Montgomery 
Dolan Michael, cab-driver, dwl W s Powell nr 

Washington 
Dolan Michael, clerk, dwl 215 Jackson 
Dolan Michael, teamster, dwl 67 Pine 
Dolan Michael, laborer, bds Lewis Place bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Dolan Patrick, laborer, dwl 67 Pine 
Dolan Peter, clerk with P. Wade, bds St. Charles 

Hotel 
Dolan n; 'hard, Wade's Stables, dwl 126 Bdy 
Doh'.i 1". 'lias, laborer, S. F. Sugar Eclinery 
DoLii is F. brick-layer, bds with Arthur 

J 



11 



Dolan William B. wood and coal, hay and grain, 

E 8 Third bet Mission and Howard 
Dole John S & Co. imjis boots and shoes, 68 Bat- 
tery and 126 Conmiercial, dwl N s Union bet 
Dupont and Kearny 
Dolet Augusta, 18 New Market, dwl Pfeiffer nr 

Stockton 
Dolf Marcus, seaman, dwl W s Battery nr Pacific 
Dolheguy B. imp wines and liquors, 119 Front, 

dwl' 118 Front 
Dolidon Eugene, copyist, dwl 182 Stockton 
Doling P. F. capt stmr Guadalupe 
D'Oliveira Emanuel, physician, 228 Wash, rear 
Dolling Henry, boatman, dwl SW cor Fremont 

and Folsom 
DoUiver John, pilot, cor Washington and East 
Dolphus William (colored), boot-black, dwl Bush 

nr Montgomery 
Dolson De Witt C. fishmonger, New World Mar- 
ket, dwl cor Fifth and Market 
Domenico Cometti, fruits, 332 Stockton 
Domett Charles H. stables, S s Stevenson nr First, 

dwl W s Domett Alley nr Bush 
Domett William E. pilot, cor Washington and 

East, bds with Walter 0. Henderson 
Donahue Dennis, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 
Donahue D. M. printer, 118 Mont, up-stairs 
DONAHUE JAMES, president S. F. Gas Co. 

dwl NW cor Beale and Harrison 
Donahue James, baker with Geo. P]llis, dwl N 8 

Jessie bet First and Second 
Donahue John, laborer. Fort Point 
Donahue Michael, liquor saloon, 192 Jackson 
Donahue Patrick, painter, dwl 103 Kearny 
Donahue Patrick, stone-cutter, dwl W s Dupont 

nr Francisco 
DONAHUE PETER, proplr Union Foundry, 
NE cor First and Mission, dwl 58 Minnie 
(see advertisement) 
Donaldson John, proptr Oakley's Saloon, NE cor 

Clay and Kearny 
Donaldson Thomas P. bar-keeper with John Don- 
aldson, dwl Market op Kearny 
Donaldson W. bds What Cheer House 
Donaldson William, boot-maker, dwl S s Steven- 
son bet First and Second 
Donavan Timothy, laborer, dwl E s Dupont bet 

Market and Geary 
Dondero B. gardener, dwl W 8 Wood bet Mission 

and Market 
Dondero Leonardo, gardener, dwl cor Dolores 

and Tracy 
Donegan Patrick, blacksmith, dwl 8 Milton Place 
Donelly Thomas, fireman, dwl 38 Commercial 
Donheimer F. jeweler with J. C. Herringer, dwl 

S s Post bet Dupont and Stockton 
Donlan Joseph M. watchman, Tehama House 
Donlen James T. stone-cutter, 157 Sacramento 
Donley John, laborer, bds 20 First 
Donnellan Benjamin C. builder, dwl 1 30 Bush 
Donnelly Andrew, toy-shop, 10 Kearny, dwl 

Tyler bet Jones and Market 
Donnelly Andrew, laborer, dwl 92 Jessie 
Donnelly Cornelius, tailor, 210 Kearny 
Donnelly Luke E. {Durning D. & Co!) dwl Me- 
tropolitan Hotel 
Donnelly John, Washington House, SE cor Ore- 
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Donnelly Miclmcl, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl S s Minnie bet Third and Fourth 
Donnelly Patrick, waiter, Railroad House 
Donnelly Peter, milkman, dwl cor Hyde and 

Pacific 
Donnelly Rosina (widow), dwl TT s Fifth bet 

Natoma and Mission 
Donner Peter, cook, 100 Kearny 
Donnet {Peter) k Bartbolemy {Alexander), wheel- 
wrights, N 8 Broadway nr Stockton 
Donnoltz Mathew, brick-layer, bds 18 Bush 
Donnovan Cornelius, boarding, X s Chambers 

bet Battery and Front 
Donnovan Jeremiah, laborer, bds with Owen 

Hayes 
Donnovan Michael, with Richard Carl 
Donohoe Joseph A. {Eugene Kelly & Co.), dwl 

"W s Powell nr Jackson 
Donohue Cornelius, laborer, dwl with Thomas 

Morony, Boston Place 
Donohue Cornelius T. laborer, bds 90 Pine 
Donohue Daniel, printer, Monitor OfSce, bds 46 

Sansome 
Donohue John, dwl N s Pacific bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Donohue Terrence, laborer, bds 46 Sansome 
Donohue Timothy, laborer, dwl E s Dupont bet 

Busli and Sutter 
Donovan Anne Miss, dwl with Oliver L. Morrell 
Donovan Bridget Mrs. washing, dwl S s Hinkley 

nr Dupont 
Donovan C. steward, American Exchange 
Donovan Dennis, gardener, dwl E s Sansome nr 

Pacific 
Donovan Eugene, laborer, dwl S s Sutter bet 

Powell and Stockton 
Donovan James ( THY^-ey & Z>.), 70 Davis, dwl 

cor Turk and Larkin 
Donovan James, laborer, dwl Stockton nr Fil- 
bert, rear 
Donovan James, laborer, dwl S a Natoma bet 

First and Second 
Donovan James B. bds 229 Clay 
Donovan John, groceries, S'W' cor Price and 

Mission 
Donovan Michael, laborer, TO Sutter 
Donovan Timothy, boots and shoes, cor Sansome 

and Jackson, dwl Hinkley nr Dupont 
Donzel Amie J. clerk, stmr Guadalupe, bds with 

Simon Hammerschmith 
Donzelman John F. groceries and liquors, NE 

cor California and Kearny 
Donzelman John H. groceries, SE cor Bush and 

Sansome, dwl 42 and 44 Bryant Place 
Doolan Thomas, brick-layer, dwl'E s Jessie bet 

First and Second 
Doolittle W. G. teacher of penmanship, 88 Mont- 
gomery, dwl N 8 Washington nr Mason 
Dooley {Maurice J.) & Co. ofiBce N s Third bet 

Folsom and Howard, res Stockton 
Door Robert S. dsvl 10 Montgomery 
Doran David, ship-carpenter," dwl E s First bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Doran Peter, butchfer^ dwl S s Natoma, bet Fifth 

and Simmons 
Doran "William, watchman, Custom House 
Dorcan William, turner, dwl 323 Dupont 
DORE {Benjamin) & HAVENS {Henry T.) lum- 



ber, cor Market and Spear, dwl E s First 
bet Folsom and Howard 

Dore Edward W. drayman, dwl S s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth 

Dore {Maurice) & Co. (L. Girard) wholesale 
wines and liquors, NW cor Battery and Mer- 
chant, dwl SE cor Powell and Jackson 

Dorland Henry, box-maker, with Hobbs, Gil- 
more & Co. 

Dorland James F. expressman, bds cor Corbett 
and Dolores 

DORLAND THOMAS, farmer, dwl cor Dolores 
and Corbett 

Dorm an Joel G. carpenter, S s Bush nr Kearny, 
bds with Wra. Jenner 

Dorman John, calker, dwl S s Stevenson bet First 
and Second 

Dormitzer L. book-keeper, with Adelsdorfer Bros, 

Dorothy P. carpenter, dwl S s Union bet Powell 
and Mason 

Dorothy Thomas, stone-cutter, Oriental Rice Mills 

Dorr Clarendon H. author, dwl NE cor Clay and 
Dupont 

Dorr J. A. ( Wilson & 2>.) dwl 48 Commercial 

Dorr Jason B. stevedore, bds Am'can Exchange 

Dorrington Daniel W. (colored) barber, S s Mar- 
ket bet First and Second 

Dorsey Edward, seaman, dwl W s Beale bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Dorsey James, plasterer, dwl Oak bet Post and 
Geary 

Dorsey John, laborer, dwl Union Alley bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 

Dort Cesar, cook. Metropolitan Hotel 

Dort Harman, dwl W s Davis nr Yallejo 

Doscher Henry, bds E s Fourth bet Market and 
Mission 

Doscher {Hermann) & Co. ( Clav^ W. Mahland) 
groceries and liquors, NW comer Third and 
Everett 

Doscher John, groceries, SW cor Battery and 
Broadway, dwl E s Fourth bet Market and 
Mission 

Doscher U. {Christian & D.) corner Union and 
Gaines 

Doschir John D. groceries, cor Front and Oregon 

Dott {Andreiv) and Mitchell {James) liquors, 149 
Battery, dwl Montgomery bet Vallejo and 
Green 

Doty W. R. book-keeper, 48 Battery, dwl S s 
Harrison nr Third 

Doud Aaron F. furniture, NE cor Pine and Mont- 
gomery, dwl cor Bush and Sansome 

Doud Philo, carpenter, W s Third bet Everett 
and Hovrard, dwl N s Tehama bet First 
and Second 

Doud Rowland, newspaper-carrier, dwl S s Na- 
toma nr Second 

Dougart John, butcher, Clipper Market, Jackson 
nr Drumm 

Dougherty Bernard, clerk, with Benjamin S. 
Brooks, dwl 163 Montgomery 

Dougherty Bridget Miss, dwl "W s Dupont bet 
Geary and O'Farrell 

Dougherty George, engineer, Montgomery Baths, 
dwl Sacramento bet Mason and Taylor 

Dougherty George ( Craig & Co.) dwl cor Jane 
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Dougherty Goorgo S. M. rigger, dwl W s Fro- 

raout nr Harrison 
Dougherty Hugh, dwl N s Commercial nr Drumm 
Dougherty Hugh, bds with Michael McKenna, 

SE Brannan Street Bridge, Potrero 
Douglas Thomas U. clerk, with I. Friodlandor, 

dwl N s Busli above Powell 
Douglas William, speculator, dwl 36 Mont 
Douglass Edward, dwl E a Powell bet Post and 

Sutter 
Douglass Ellen A. (widow) dwl E 8 Powell bet 

Post and Sutter 
Douglass Hannibal, dwl Davis nr Jackson 
Douglass John Thomas, dwl E s Powell bet Post 

and Sutter 
Douglass Robert, drives for Logue <fe Skelly, dwl 

with Terrence Biggey 
Douglass William A. physician, NW cor Jackson 

and Montgomery, dwl Virginia Block 
Douglass William J. sailmaker, dwl XW cor 

Pine and Powell 
Douglass William P. boarding, 32 Natoma 
Douglass William Y. capt police, dwl N s Geary 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Doussan Jean B. dwl E s Fourth nr Folsom 
Dove William, liquors, W s Front nr Tallejo 
Dove William H. coach-painter, dwl Third near 

Folsom 
Dover Joseph, carpenter, dwl E s Ritch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
DOW {James G.) CHILDS {0. W.) & CO. (/. A. 

Butters) wholesale grocers, 90 Front, dwl S 

s Tehama nr Second 
Dow John R. provisions, 41 Sacramento, bds Sec- 
ond nr Harrison 
Dow N. G. clerk, with J. R. Stewart & Co. bds 

Carswell House 
Dow Wm. H. merchant, dwl W s Second bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Dowd John, laborer, dwl E s Sansome nr Pacific 
Do well Jas. paper-hanger, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Dowland John, calker, bds 18 Sansome 
DOWLING BART, editor Monitor, 113 Mont- 
gomery, res Contra Costa 
Dowling Francis, salesman, with Lockwood & 

Hendrie, dwl Clary nr Ritch 
Dowling Honoria Mrs. groceries, SE cor Union 

and Stockton 
Dowling James, at Gordon's Sugar Refinery, 

bds Bryants Hotel, cor Mission and John- 
ston 
Dowling James, cabinet-maker, with Philo Doud, 

Third nr Howard 
Dowling M. W. cigars, 130 Montgomery 
Dowling Richard, harness-maker, at 82 Battery 
Downer Fenno, physician, office 126 Mont 
Downer Frederick, carpenter, dwl W s Trinity 

bet Bush and Sutter 
Downer Thomas P. collector. Pacific Wharf, dwl 

cor Pacific and Davis 
Downer Richard, plasterer, bds 18 Bush 
Downes Charles J. with Frank Baker, 112 Clay, 

bds SW cor Post and Dupont 
Downes Kate E. Miss, principal intermediate de- 

partnient Greenwich St. School 
Downe:- .^ ihn M. produci;, dwl S s Market near 

^ Thi: ; 

Downey .lames, clerk, bds with A. C. Dietz 



Downey Patrick, carpenter, dwl SW cor Hyde 

and Post 
Downie James J. book-keeper, with A. C. Dietz 

& Co. bds 5 Perry 
Downing Morris, bar-keeper, Nightingale cor Cen- 
ter and Mission 
Downs Alva, teamster, for G. A. Meigs 
Downs George W. clerk, dwl W s Johnston bet 

Mission and Market 
Downs Henry, porter, 41 Commercial 
DOWS JAMES & CO. (John Dows and Jam£s 

Mairs) distillers, 30 Front, dwl Oriental 

Hotel 
Dows John {James Dows & Co.) dwl Mission bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Doyle Elizabeth Mrs. dwl W s Powell bet Green 

and Union 
Doyle Eugene G. dwl E s Beale bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Doyle Hugh, dwl Pratt Court nr California 
Doyle James, builder, dwl NE cor Powell and 

Greenwich 
Doyle James L. carpenter and builder, 254 Pa- 
cific 
Doyle {James R) & Anderson {Thomas) coal yard, 

S s Jackson nr Stockton, dwl N s Jackson 

bet Powell and Stockton 
Doyle John, butcher, dwl Metropolitan Hotel 
Doyle John, dwl N s Bryant bet Second and 

Third 
Doyle John, proprietor National House, Pacific 

nr Broadway 
Doyle Joseph, hack-driver, dwl 32 Montgomery 
Doyle Mary Mrs. dwl cor Sacramento and Tay 
Doyle Michael J. liquors, SW corner Third and 

Minnie 
Doyle Morris, blacksmith, at 27 Sansome, dwl S 

s Jessie bet First and Second 
Doyle ]\rorris, painter, dwl 260 Pacific, rear 
Doyle Patrick, pressman, Alta California 
Doyle Peter, laborer, S. F. Water Works, dwl 6 

Spofford 
Doyle Richard, carpenter, W s Mary bet Minnie 

and Mission 
Doyle, Richard, hatter, dwl NE corner Front and 

Oregon 
Doyle Thomas, painter, dwl 260 Pacific, rear 
DOYLE THOMAS, liquors, 76 Kearny, dwl W s 

Dupont nr Geary 
Doyle Thomas, carpenter, bds New Orleans Hs 
Doyle William R. porter, dwl with Martin Kelly 
Drabe John, long-shoreman, dwl cor Clay and 

East 
Drahar Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Green bet Pow- 
ell and Stockton, rear 
Drain James, machinist, Sutter Iron Works, cor 

Beale and Folsom 
Drak Hellen, dwl cor Sacramento and Drumm 
Drake E. B. field-note clerk, U. S. Surveyor-Gen- 
eral 72 Montgomery Block 
Drake G. W. {Uayivard & D.) dwl Presidio Road 
Drake Josiah, dwl Sonoma Place nr Vallejo 
Drapp William, saddler with Chas. Ilelke, E s 

Third bet Mission and Coward 
Drell Ida F. (widow) dwl W s Stockton bet Bush 

and Sutter 
Drescher Valentine, compositor, National, dwl E 

s Dupont bet Post and Sutter 



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Drescher Sedonicr (widow) dwl E a Dupont bet 

Sutter and Post 
Dreniui John, proprietor Sutter St. House, N a 

Suiter bet Kearny and Montj^omery 
Dreonan John, carpenter, Ilawtliorno nr Folsom 

dwl N 8 Sutter bet Mont and Kearny 
Drcsel Emile (Kuchel & D.{ 174 Clay 
Drew C. W. Sacramento messenger Freeman & 

Co.'s Express 
Drew Henry B. bds Columbia Hotel 
Drew Henry P. grocer, bds 119 Pine 
Drew John, clerk, dwl 18 Minnie 
Drew Mary A. (widow) dwl 18 Minnie 
Drews John H. laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds N\V cor Folsom and Simmons 
Dreyer Carl, clerk, NW cor Davis and "Washing- 
ton 
Dreyfous Edward, clerk, 137 Sacramento, dwl 

A''allejo nr Powell 
Dryfuse B. S. {Sanford &, Co.) 121 Sacramento 
Dreypoelclier Frederic H. cabinet-maker, at 182 

Mont, dwl Virginia nr Pacitic 
Driefold Edward, dwl N s Vallejo bet Powell and 

Stockton 
Driffel F. Henry, Empire Bakery, N s Bush near 

Powell 
Driggs Joseph D. book-keeper and collector, 40 

Washington 
Drill Frederick Mrs. (widow) dwl W s Stockton 

bet Bush and Sutter 
Drinkhouse Henry S. student with R. Beverly 

Cole, 228 Washington 
Drinkhouse J. A. tobacco and cigars, 96 Front 
Driscol Richard, mason, dwl E s Belden bet Pine 

and Bush 
Driscoll Charles, boatman, dwl E s Hodges Place 

nr Vallejo 
Driscoll Cornelius, laborer, dwl S s St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Stockton 
DRISCOLL {Daniel) & STEVENS {H. D.) Dan's 

Saloon, liquors and oysters, 138 Mont 
Driscoll Dennis, laborer, dwl N s Hinkley nr 

Kearny 
Driscoll Frank, laborer, dwl S s Union bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansorae 
Driscoll James, laborer. Fort Point 
Driscoll Jeremiah, gardener, dwl with Ed. Smith 
Driscoll Johanna (widow) dwl N s Clary bet Ritch 

and Fourth 
Drisscol Jeremiah, carpenter, boards Mechanic's 

Boarding House, Market 
Drish John M. salesman with Lock wood, Ewell 

& Co. dwl 105 Dupont 
Droger Henry, (Thyarks & D.) SE cor Pine & Bat 
Drouaillet Gustave, label lithographer, cor Kear- 
ny and Washington 
Drouet Joseph, lodgings, N s Pacific nr Stock 
Drouet Victor (Praget & B.) dwl 402 Stockton 
Drouilhat (John) & Leroux (Charles) billiard 

manufactory, 108 Broadway 
DRUCKER AUGUSTE, Eureka Baths, N s Pa- 
cific nr Sausome, dwl Sausome bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Drucker(£'.) Bottchlh (D.) & Co. groceries, N s 

Green bet Kearny and Dupont 
Drucker John, grocer, N s Vallejo nr Mont 
Drufl'el Henry F. proprietor Empire Bakery, N 

s Bush bet Powell and Mason 



Drugan Samuel, plasterer, N s Jessie bet First 
and Second 

Druhe John H. groceries, NW cor Bush and Bat- 
tery, and SW cor Montgomery and Jackson, 
dwl Union bet Dupont and Kearny 

Druinmoud David B. machinist, dwl SW cor 
Brannan and Third 

Drummond Joseph, boiler-maker, bds 10 San 

Drury Charles W. merchant, 185 California 

Du A'Mile Robert, chemist, oflice Stevenson nr 
Second, dwl SE cor Sac and Davis 

Duane William R. compositor. Spirit of the Times 
and Fireman's Journal 

Dubaskie Alexander, jeweler, dwl Green nr Du- 
pont 

Dubitjne' Dissere, dwl 243 Sacramento 

DUBOIS A. & CO. {P. Frontier & E. Deviercy) 
watch-makers and jewelers, 129 Montgome- 
ry (see advertisement) 

Dubois Auguste, dwl 132 Clay 

Dubois James (Russell & D.) dwl American Ex- 
change 

Dubois James L. paying-teller, Mark Brumagim 
& Co. dwl with'Edward P. Flint 

Dubois Pauline Miss, with Peter Job, dwl cor 
Clay and Saosome 

Dubroca C. book-keeper, 127 Jackson 

DUBROCA M. importer of wines and liquors, 
127 Jackson 

Dubroca M. Jr. clerk, 127 Jackson 

Ducatel Agathe Loire (widow) vegetables. Clay 
St. Market, dwl 63 Merchant 

Ducastre John, cook, 35 St. Mary 

Duchenberg Morris, furniture, E s Second nr 
Market, dwl N s Jessie bet First and Sec 

Duchesueau John C. blacksmith, bds with Fran- 
cis Daunet 

Ducker (C.) & Co. (Henry Seigmundt) groceries, 
cor Stout Alley and Jackson 

Ducong John, drayman, dwl W s Sonoma Place 
nr Green 

Ducroquet Hypolite, dish-washer, 195 Kearny 

Dudley Eliza E. (widow) dwl S s Natoma bet 
First and Second 

Dudley Guilford L. agent for H. W. Bradley, dwl 
182 California 

Duer Beverly C. Deputy County Clerk, dwl cor 
Third and Harrison 

DUER WILLIAM, County Clerk, off City Hall, 
dwl N s Harrison bet First and Fremont 

Duff Henry J. millinery, SE cor Kearny and 
Pine 

Duff Isabella A. Mrs. millinery, SB cor Pine and 
Kearny 

Due James M. fruits, 235 Clay 

Duff Thomas, porter, 110 Montgomery Block 

Duffie Henry, waiter. What Cheer House 

DufSeld George W. boatman, dwl S s Vallejo nr 
Montgomery 

Duffy Edward, carpenter, dwl Dupont nr Filbert, 
rear 

Dufl'y Hugh, upholsterer, N s Broadway bet Pow- 
ell and Stockton 

Duffy Hyacinth, dwl E s Sonoma Place near 
Union 

Duffy John, laborer. Pacific Glue Factory, Pre- 
sidio Road 

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Dufly Nicholas, carpenter, dwl W s Ecker bet 

Folsom and Clementina 
DuRy Patrick, boatman, dwl E s TIodRes Place 
Dully Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Laikiu and 

Geary 
Dufly Pillip, laborer, dwl Frank Place nr Cal 
Duft'y Thomas, blacksmith, bds with Hugh Ca- 
meron 
Duffy Thomas, tailor, with I.E. Purdy&Co.NW 

cor Sansome and Commercial 
Dugau Jeremiah, laborer, bds 90 Pine 
Dugan M. bds Benton House 
Dugan Mark M. boot-maker, at 98 and 100 Com, 

dwl N s Mission bet Second and Third 
Dugan Mortimer, hostler, with P. Hunt & Co. 
Dugan Patrick, boot-maker. 116 Washington 
DUGAN (Richard) & WALL {Joseph G.) North- 
ern P^xpress, 64 Front 
Dugan Thomas, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 
Dugan William, machinist, Union Foundry, bds 

18 Bush 
Duhaent Constant, gunsmith, 205 Washington 
Duhem Constant P'o// & Co.) dwl 197 Kearny 
Duhne Dedrich, drayman, dwl NW cor Powell 

and Filbert 
Duhring M. bds What Cheer House 
Duisenberg Charles A. C. (Melius, D. & Co.) Bre- 
men Consul, 70 California, dwl cor Harris 

and Harrison 
Duisenberg Edward, acting Bremen Consul, 70 

California, dwl SE cor Harris and Harrison 

Duizeny carpenter, bds 89 Bush 

Dulip Auguste, grocer, SE cor Broadway and 

Dupont, dwl rear 96 Broadway 
Dulip {John P.) & Waddington {Alfrecl) grocer- 
ies, SW cor Broadway and Dupont 
Dumartheray F. 88 Montgomery Block 
Dume William, grocery, SW cor Leavenworth 

and Pacific 
Dumestre Alexis, butcher, 9 New World Market 
Dumont Victor, harness-maker, dwl Vallejo 

above Dupont 
Dumpey William, waiter. What Cheer House 
Dunirill James, dwl S s John bet Powell and 

Mason 
Dunavan Michael, dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Dunbar J. K. broker, 65 California 
Duncan Hilarion, with D. Gibb & Co. dwl 182 

California 
Duncan Isabella Mrs. dwl Duncan Court 
Duncan James, .ship-joiner, dwl N s Bryant bet 

Third and Fourth 
Duncan James C. clerk, 144 Washington, dwl N 

s Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 
Duncan John (colored) job-cart, SW cor Front 

and Clay 
Duncan John, captain schr. Roscoe, Washington 

Street Wharf, resides Vallejo 
Duncan Joseph C proprietor Home Journal, and 

Recording Clerk, Custom House, dwl S s 

Greenwich nr Stockton 
Duncan .L W. builder, dwl Union nr Larkin 
Duncan Peter, clerk, with Eugene Kelly & Co. 

NW cor Sansome and Sacramento 
Duncan William L. real estate agent, NE cor 

Montgomery and Merchant, dwl E s Dupont 

bet -Greenwich and Lombard 



Dundan Patrick, teacher, bds with Mrs. J. 
Maume, cor First and Natoma 

Dungan J. Shade, mailing-clerk, Post OfiDce, dwl 
S s Green bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Dungee F. G. tailor, 64 Kearny 

Dungee Francis, tailor, 62 Montgomery 

Dunham Edward, painter, 46 Sansome 

Dunham John, dwl E s Powell bet Jackson and 
Pacific 

Dunham Philip, oysters, Bank Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Block 

Dunham Woodruff, liquors, NW cor Dupont and 
Clay 

Dunlap Augusta Mrs. dwl 226 Powell 

Dunlap Joseph S. clerk, bds with Henry B. Piatt 

Duulap William C. ship-carpenter, bds W sBeale 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

Dunlap William G. {French, Wilson & Co.) 115 
Sacramento 

Dunn Barney, watchman, Red Stables, dwl Tele- 
graph Hill 

Dunn Benjamin H. cabinet-maker, dwl 150 San- 
some 

Dunn Cornelius, carpenter, N s Tehama near 
Fifth 

Dunn Daniel P. vegetables, W s Second bet 
Minnie and Mission 

Dunn Frank, laborer, dwl Lafayette PI nr Green 

Dunn George, laborer, U. S. B. M. dwl Sonoma 
Place nr Union 

Dunn Harry K. bar-keeper, 84 Montgomery 

Dunn James, teamster, dwl N s Tehama bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Dunn John, boot-maker, Stockton nr Pacific, dwl 
N s Mission nr Ridley 

Dunn John, carpenter, dwl N s Minnie bet Se- 
cond and Third 

Dunn John B. tailor, dwl Vallejo nr Dupont 

Dunn Laurence, machinist. Union Foundry, dwl 
N s Minnie bet Second and Third 

Dunn M. bds What Cheer House 

Dunn Mary A. Mrs. nurse, dwl Filbert near San- 
some 

Dunn N. C. baker at 31 Sacramento, dwl cor 
Jane and Natoma 

Dunn Peter, dwl Kearny bet Broadway and 
Hinckley 

Dunn P. F. boots and shoes, 88 Battery, dwl 
Stevenson bet Second and Third 

Dunn Thoma.s, dwl Greenwich nr Dupont 

Dunn Timothy, laborer, dwl NE cor Dupont and 
Ver Mehr 

Dunn William, machinist, dwl W s Domett Al- 
ley bet Bush and Sutter 

Dunn William C. plumber, dwl N s Minnie bet 
Second and Third 

Dunne Patrick, boot-maker, dwl S s Stevenson 
bet First and Second 

Dunne William, carpenter, dwl 26 First 

Dunnell John H. agent for Singer's sewing ma- 
chines, 151 Sacramento 

Dunnigan Patrick {Brannan & Z>.) dwl 8 Milton 
Place 

Dunning John, calker, bds ^ith Samuel R.Hunt 

Dunnovan Conrad, laborer, dwl N s St. Marks 
Place bet Dupont and Kearny 

Dunnovan James, laborer, dwl S s Hunt bet Se- 
cond and Third 



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Dunpliy William, dwl N a Geary bet Dupont 

and Kearuy 
Dunsing Frederick, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Bush and Kearny 
Dunsing William, waiter, What Cheer House 
Dunstan Sarah Mrs. teacher, dwl S s Washing- 
ton nr Stockton 
Dupicrries II. physician, dwl S s Yallejo near 

Dupont 
Dupoucy Julius, professor San Francisco College, 

N s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Dupont J. li. boots and shoes. 232 Washington 
Du Pratt J. J. assistant editor Prices Current and 

Shipping List, dwl E s Kearny bet Yallejo 

and Green 
Duprett William (Spratt J. & R) dwl 12 Minnie 
Dupuy {Btrnard & Pierre) &Cabbannes (Joseph 

& John) butchers, 3 Clay Street Market, dwl 

Laguna, Presidio Road 
Dupuy Constant, blacksmith, Jackson nr Battery 
Dupuy (Janies) Foulkes ( Thomas) & Co. ( Wil- 

liain B. Ayard and William Meek) commission 

merchants SW cor Pacific and Battery 
Dupuy Pierre [D. &, Cahhannes) dwl Laguna, 

P.residio Road 
Duque Rose (widow) dwl 18 Virginia 
Duqueray Alfred, barber, N s Jackson nr Davis, 

dwl X s Broadway bet Kearny and Dupont 
Durand Etienne, merchandise broker, bds W s 

Third bet Market and Stevenson 
Durand George, lather, bds 18 Bush 
Durauchelle, Auguste (ULlemeur & Co.') dwl 219 

Kearny 
Durbrow Alfred, clerk, with D. Gibb & Co. dwl 

with W. L. Dall 
Durbrow Henry Jr. book-keeper, with Parrott & 

Co. dwl W s Essex bet Folsom and Harri- 
son 
Durbrow Joseph Jr. with Parrott & Co. dwl 

Essex near Folsom 
Duren George G. carriage-maker, 88 Pine, bds 

Geary bet Dupont and Kearny 
Duret Marie Madame, comedienne, dwelling 7 

Stevenson 
Dureveau Felix, cook, 252 Dupont 
Durfler Christiana (widow) dwl 2 Mary Lane 
Durham B. baker, dwl cor Taylor and Filbert 
Durham William, stmr Senator, dwl E s Scott bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Durham William, blacksmith. Eureka Iron 

Works 
Durie W. Mrs. dwl N s Washington bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Durkan Edward, produce, dwl with Patrick 

Durkan 
Durkan John M. book-keeper, Tehama House 
Durkan Patrick, laborer, appraiser's department, 

C. H. dwl S s Howard bet First and Second 
Durkee Caroline, (widow) dwl S s Sutter bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Durkee John L. policeman, ofiBce superintendent 

streets, etc., dwl 3 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Durkin Anthony, drayman. Empire Brewery 106 

Jessie V 

Durkin Edward, {Tally & D.) dwl Howard bet 

First and Second 
Durkin Patrick, U. S. A. Lieutenant, dwl How- 
ard near Second 



Durkin Thomas, waiter. Union Club Rooms, dwl 

NW cor Montgomery and California 
Durning, {Charles E.) Donnelly {Luke E.) & Co. 

{John G. Ujighes) importers dry-goods, 100 

Sansome, residence New York 
Durning Thomas, pressman, 68 Merchant, dwl 8 

Stone 
Duryea J. R. cigar-maker, at 198 Kearny, dwl 

Kearny near Pacific 
Dusolier J. S. imp Havana cigars, 123 Jackson 

up .stairs 
Dussol G. book-keeper, with Abel Guy 
Dutard Bernard, produce dealer, 61 Clay, dwl 

Valparaiso bet Mason and Taylor 
Dutard H. clerk, 61 Clay, dwl with B. Dutard 
Dutch William, diamond-setter, dwl 113 Sac 
Duteil Alphonse, French interpreter, dwl 2 St. 

Mary Place 
Dutertre Louis, brtcher, dwl S of Brannan St. 

Bridge, Portrero 
Dutton Cyrus H. (colored) barber 41 Kearny 
Duiton Henry {J. B. Greenough & Co. and 

Sherman &, D.) dwl SW corner Union and 

Mason 
Dutton J. Miss, Commercial Row Hoiise, 3 Clay 
Duval Joseph, baker, dwl 317 Dupont 
Duvirier Joseph A. tailor, dwl W s Montgomery 

near Pacific 
Duzman James, laborer, dwl S s Mary Lane bet 

Berry and Sutter 
Dwight George, with C. Storm & Co. 133 Clay 

up stairs 
Dwindle Samuel H. {Baker & B.) dwl cor Sutter 

and Kearny 
Dwyer Catharine Mrs. lodgings, Drumm near 

Jackson 
Dwyer Christopher, laborer, bds Dow's Distillery 
Dwyer David, coal yard, 165 California, dwj N s 

Ellis bet Powell and Mason 
Dwyer David, tailor, at Quincy Hall 149 Wash- 
ington, dwl Xatoma nr Second 
Dwver James, saddler, 67 Jackson, bds Brooklvn 

' Hotel 
Dwyer Michael, street sprinkler, dwl Stevenson 

bet First and Second 
Dwyer Michael, raolder, dwl N s Hunt bet Second 

and Third 
Dyer Aaron, farmer, dwl NW cor Stockton and 

Sacramento 
Dyer Albert R. bar-keeper, 225 Dupont 
Dyer Francis E. collector. Daily National dwl 

cor Clay and Stockton 
Dyer James P. (colored) soap and candles, W s 

Mason bet Broadway and Pacific, dwl S s 

John bet Powell and Mason 
Dyer Richard, drayman, with Brennan & Co. 

Clay near Drumm 
Dyer William, cooper, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Dyer William, daguerreian gallery, 166 Clay, dwl 

N s Green nr Kearny 
Dyson Robert, clerk, with C. G. Fenner, dwl 

W s Mission bet Center and Corbelt 



Eader Henry, dwl N s Yallejo bet Powell and 
Stockton 



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Eades William, Brooklyn Bakery, 44 First 
Eagan Edward, blacksmith, dwl S s Natoma bet 

Second and Third 
Eagan John, boot-maker, 24 First 
Eagan Michael, laborer, dwl E s Mary Lane bet 

Berry and Sutter 
Eagan Patrick, laborer, dwl N s OTarrell bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Eagan Patrick, mason, dwl N s Bush bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Eagan Patrick J. laborer, dwl E s Anthony bet 

Mission and Stevenson 
Eagleson Thomas, marble-cutter, 91 Montgomery, 

bds Bay State Row 
Eakins Isaiah, jeweler, dwl Broadway bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Eakins Mary Mrs. dress-maker, dwl Broadway 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Earl I). W. & Co. (of Sacramento) oflBce 79 Front 
Earl Halfor, book-keeper, SW cor Clay and Davis, 

dwl with J. B. Taylor 
Earl Peter, actor, Lyceum Theater 
Earle John, seaman, dwl cor Mason and Pacific 
Eason W. G. secretary Merchants Transportation 

Company, office NE cor Clay and Battery, 

dwl E a Dupont bet Cal and Sacramento 
Eastburn Cleanthes R. clerk, dwl with T. L 

Eastburn 
Eastburn Theodore L. clerk. Smiley, Terkes & 

Co. dwl N s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Easterling Joseph H. carpenter, dwl SE cor 

Stockton and Green 
Eastham Henry F. dwl W s Fremont bet Har- 
rison and Bryant 
Eastham Henry S. seaman, dwl with H. F. 

Eastham 
Eastham William P. drug-clerk, dwl with H. P. 

Eastham 
Eastland Joseph G. Sec S. P. Gas Co. SE cor 

Natoma and First 
Eastland Van Leer, collector, S. P. Gas Co. bds 

with Philo Doud 
Eastman C. A., mariner, dwl S s Malvina Place 

bet Mason and Yerba Buena 
Eastman C. H. coal, cor Battery and Oregon, dwl 

cor Sacramento and Prospect Place 
Eastman Cyrus A. dwl Hawthorne nr Polsome 
EASTMAN FRANK, Franklin Printing Office 

111 Washington, dwl cor Sacramento and 

Prospect Place 
Eastman Harrison, engraver, 151 Clay, dwl E s 

Taylor bet Clay and Sacramento 
Eastman J. boiler-maker, bds 18 Bush 
Eastman James, maltster, bds South Park House 
Eastman Lorenzo, laborer, with George H. 

Anderson, Presidio Road 
Eastman Thomas S. {WiUey & E) bds 151 Bush 
Eastman William H. carpenter, bds with Gardner 

Elliot 
Easton A. S. dwl 91 Pine 
Easton E. J. steam laundry and mattress factory, 

Presidio Road near Laguna 
Easton George, laborer, bds at T. Young's W s 

Battery near Vallejo 
Easton Harvey S. superintendent Steam Laundry 

Presidio Road near Laguna 
Easton James, (E. & Brother), dwl St. Ann 
Valley 



Easton [John) & Brother {James Easton) cabinet- 
makers, 51 Bush, dwl St. Ann Yalloy 

Easton Oliver W. inspector and ro-packer pro- 
visions, junction Pine and Market, dwl 18 
Clementina 

Eaton Alexander ( Clapp & E.) dwl Market nr 
First 

Eaton Cornelius J. broker. 187 Washington, dwl 
W 8 Fremont bet Folsom and Harrison 

EATON HARRY E. ( Wentworth & E.) dwl 252 
Clay 

EATON (7. F.) & BOSTWICK (7. D.) flour and 
grain, agents for Vineyard Flour Mills, C4 
Clay, dwl Pine cor Jones 

Eaton I. Ward (J". L. Biddle & Co.) dwl E s Es- 
sex bet Folsom and Harrison 

Eaton Lemuel P. real estate and money broker, 
dwl 169 Mission 

Eaton William L. laborer, U. S. B. Mint, dwl S s 
Broadway nr Mason 

Ebbets {Arthur 31.) & Co. 60 California, dwl cor 
Jones and Washington 

Ebisher Brunot, laundry, W s Dupont nr Green 

Echet Fran9oise, laundryman, dwl N s Pacific 
nr Dupont, rear 

Eck Florent, cooper, 313 Stockton 

Eckel J. N. physician, 198 Washington 

Eckenroth John, carriage-maker, dwl S s Kearny 
bet Post and Sutter 

Eckenroth Joseph, carriage-maker, Kearny nr 
Post, dwl NE cor Ver Mehr and Rassette 
Place No. 2 

Ecker Geo. 0. watch-maker, 125 Montgomery 

ECKFELDT (John M.) & GRAVES {Hiram T.) 
Dennis Wire Works, 108 Clay, dwlS s Clay 
abv Powell 

Eckhart M. bds Benton House 

ECKMAN JULIUS REV. editor and proprietor 
Weekly Gleaner, 133 Clay, up stairs 

Eckstein Leon, fancy goods, dwelling 6 Trainer's 
Row 

Eddy A. teacher dancing, Pickwick Hall, bds 
Hotel International 

Eddy E. W. {Neichall, Gregory & Co.) dwl SW 
cor Stockton and Pacific 

Eddy James F. jeweler, with R. B. Gray & Co. 

Eddington George, bar-keeper, bds Sutter St. 
House 

Edealle Madame, dress-maker, dwl St. Charles, 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Edelen John S. bds John Shannon, NW cor Sec- 
ond and Silver 

Edelen Lemuel A. surveyor, bds John Shannon 
NW cor Second and Silver 

Edelen Raphael L. brick-layer, bds John Shan- 
non, NW cor Second and Silver 

Eder P. M. {A. Friedlander & Co.) 90 Califor- 
nia 

Edgar David A. rec clerk, 53 and 55 Front, dwl 
cor Sacramento and Powell 

Edgar Dr. ass't surgeon, U. S. A. at Barracks, 
Presidio Road 

Edgar Thomas, laborer, Vulcan Iron Works, bds 
with John McComb 

Edgerly Henry, drayman, 139 Front, boards 
Sansome House, SW corner Battery and 
Vallejo 

Edgerly N. B. salesman, 139 Front 



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Edgertoii Geo. II. carpenter, with C. D. Kellum, 
dwl SW cor Batter^' and Pine 

Ed<i;ington Oco. M. bar-keeper, 138 Mont 

Edmonds Wui. steward of stui Bragdou, dwl S s 
Vallejo bet Powell and Stockton 

Edmondson B. B. carpenter, dwl Sutter bet Jones 
and Taylor 

Edmunds Henry H. laborer, with Chas. H. Kelly 
Presidio Road 

Edouart Alexander, artist, 94 Montgomery 

Edwards Alfred, porter, cor Front and Jackson 

EDWARDS A. L. & CO. wholesale groceries, 
81 Clay, dwl "Washington nr Kearny 

EDWARDS A. S. & CO. wholesale liquors. Front 
cor Washington, dwl N s Green bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Edwards Bridget (widow) washing, N s Howard 
bet Second and Third 

Edwards Charles, dwl 303 Powell 

Edwards Edward, liquors, cor Jackson and East, 
dwl S s Vallejo nr Kearny 

EDWARDS FRANK G. paper-hanger and up- 
holsterer, 186 Clay, dwl California above 
Kearny (see advertisement) 

Edward Henry, porter, 74 California 

EDWARDS (E.F.)& BALLET {and Alex.Forhes) 
com merchants, Front nr Vallejo, res Hong 
Kong 

Edwards J. C. clerk. 111 Battery, dwl Clay nr 
Powell 

Edwards James, physician and real estate agent, 
off NE cor Montgomery and California, dwl 
S s Everett nr Fourth 

Edwards Lawrence B. dwl S s Clay bet Powell 
and Mason 

Edwards L. S. cooper, NE cor Washington and 
Drumm, dwl cor Davis and Washington 

Edwards Steph. steward, bds Manhattan House 

Edwards Wm. P. license-collector, dwl S s Teha- 
ma bet Second and Third 

Edwin Sophie Miss, actress, Maguire's Opera 
House 

Eells Allen, carriages, dwl E s Fremont bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Eells Geo. N. drayman, with R. S. Eells & Co. 
dwl with Allen Eells. Fremont nr Folsom 

Eells John S. ( Giford & E.) dwl Tehama Place 

EELLS, RUFUS S. & CO. {A. M. W. Ball) impor- 
ters carriages and wagons, NW cor Front 
and Pine, dwl Fremont nr Folsom 

Efford Noah C. liquors. East bet Commercial and 
Sacramento 

Egan John, teacher, St. Ignatius School, S s Mar- 
ket bet Fourth and Fifth 

Egan James, cook, 138 Montgomery 

Egel Ludwig, confectioner. Third bet Howard 
and Folsom 

Egen Patrick, stone-mason, dwl N s Bush bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Eger A. N s Green nr Stockton 

Egert H. {Pretzel & E.) 83 Bush 

Eggerraan Chas. butcher, cor Pacific and Mason 

Eggers Adalbert, dwl N s Green nr Stockton 

EGGERS {George H.) & CO. {G. U. Voigt & 
Thos. Basse) wholesale grocers, G2 California 
dwl W s Stockton bet Post and Sutter 

Eggers John C. clerk, dwl NW cor Bush and 
Dupont 



l^'hler Daniel, clerk, with H. B. Ulhorn 

Ehlcrs ( W/iienchen) & Rose {Frederick) groceries, 
SE cor Pinckney Place and Hinckley 

Ehmann George, proprietor Hamburg Bakery, 
dwl Mission bet Third and Fourth 

Ehmen John, boiler-maker, Lhiion Foundry 

Ehrenpfort Andreas, dwl N a Broadway bet 
Kearny and Duponi 

Ehrenpfort Frederick, confectioner, with M. Bern- 
heim, dwl N s Broadway bet Kearny and 
Dupont 

Ehrenpfort {William) & Volberg {Charles) up- 
holsterers, 90 Mont, dwl N a Broadway bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Ehret J. Michael, shoe-maker, S s Sutter bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Ehrhard David, boot-maker, with Klumpke & 
Pfeiffer, dwl cor Sac and Waverly Place 

Ehrhart George, beer and billiard-saloon, base- 
ment 123 Sacramento 

Ehrhart George, shoe-maker, dwl W s Trinity 
bet Bush and Sutter 

Ehrhorn Adolphus, com mcht, 124 Cal, dwl S s 
Ellis bet Stockton and Powell 

Ehrlich Mayer {ReinJtart Brothers & Co.) dwl W 
s Powell bet Green and Mason 

Ehrlich Solomon, clerk, 223 Dupont 

Ehrmann George, upholsterer, at 112 Clay, dwl 
NE cor Pacific and Powell 

Eichel Christian, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 
&Co. 

Eickhoff Henry, tailor, 175 Pacific 

Eidenmiller George, physician, dwl SW cor Pa- 
cific and Dupont 

Eidlemann Alexander, cigars, W s Mary Lane 
bet Berry and Bush 

Eidler Frederick, blacksmith, NW cor Sutter and 
Kearny, dwl 24 Commercial 

Eigenbrodt C. S. merchant, 132 Sansome 

Einhardt Eugene, miner, dwl 233 Sacramento 

Einstein Abraham, {Einsteiii Bros.) 61 Battery 

Einstein Myer {Einstein Bros) 61 Battery 

EINSTEIN BROS. {Zadock, Abraham & Myer) 
importers boots and shoes, 61 Battery, dwl 
N s Geary bet Kearny and Dupont (see ad- 
vertisement) 

Eisen Francis T. proprietor Pioneer Flour Mills, 
S s Market op Oriental Hotel, dwl 147 Sac 

Eisen George, miller. Pioneer Flour Mills 

Eisenberg J ( Tobin & E. ) dwl NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Washington 

Eisenhaden Solomon, clothing, W s Stewart nr 
Mission 

Eisenworth Stephana (widow) dwl N s Natoma 
bet Second and Third 

Eisler Henry S. saddler, 268 Dupont 

Eitel Charles, wood-sawyer with Hobbs, Gilmore 
&Co. 

Eitel Charles H. pilot, dwl S s Howard bet First 
and Second 

Eitel Henry, drug-clerk, dwl with Chas. H. Eitel 

ELAM {Robert H.) & HOWES {E. K.), imps and 
jobbers wood and willow- ware, 84 Clay, dwl 
324 Powell 

Elder William, baker, dwl W s Boale bet Folsom 
and Harrison 

Eldert Henry, watchman, bds N sTownsend bet 
Third and Fourth 



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Eldred Robert, laborer, dwl S 8 Jessie bet First 

anil Second 
Eldredjte Natlianiel C. toys, 252 Dupont, dwl W 

8 Dupont nr Pacific 
KIdredge Thomas A. bds Columbia TTs, Stewart 
Eldricli John, dwl W s Stocliton bet Bush and 

Sutter 
Eldridgo Albert S. Empire Warehouse, W s 

Beale nr Market, dwl 14 Tehama 
Eldridgo C. K. merchant, rooms 240 Washington 
Eldridge J. Oscar (De liok E.), dwl 44 Minnie 
Eldridge Joseph, liquor-saloon, 84 Davis, dwl St. 

Cliarles but Pacific and Broadway 
Eldridge Warren H. collection-dept Wells, Far- 
go & Co 
Eldridge Wilson, baker, dwl Brenham Place nr 

Clay 
Eleman William, carpenter, dwl NE cor Pacific 

and Keariiv 
Elfelt Ivlwin, dwl 186 Stockton 
Elias Samuel, clothing, 21 Jackson, bds 80 Davis 
Ellason James, laborer, dwl 133 Kearny 
Ellay William H. stevedore, dwl S 8 Folsom bet 

Main and Spear 
EllerlK)rst Ilenr}-- D. groceries, NE cor Jackson 

and Davis 
Ellerliorst H. F. clerk, NE cor Davis and Jackson 
Ellery Epes, Antiquarian Books, 162 Washing- 
ton, dwl Washington bet Dupont and Stock 
Ellett II. L. bds Benton House 
Ellicott John, civil engineer, L. H. dept, office 

Custom Rouse, dwl Bush nr Sausome 
Elliot Augustus, newspaper-agent, bds Tremont 

House 
Elliot B. bds What Cheer House 
ELLIOT (Washington) & BELL (Lucius), gro- 
cers, SE cor Montgomery and California, 

dwl 181 Mis-sion 
Elliott B. molder, bds 119 Pine 
Elliott Charles A. (Perkins & J?.) dwl NE cor 

Jessie and Third 
Elliott Charles 11. driver, with Elliot & Bell, bds 

181 Mission 
Elliott Gardner, carpenter, SE ecu California and 

Qnincy, dwl 111 s Quincy nr California 
Elliott George H., U. S. A. Corps Engineers, lieut 

asst comm'g Fort Point, off Mont Block 
Elliott Richard, imp hardware, 86 Batterv, dwl 

319 Stockton 
Elliott S. cashier Sailor's Home, W s Front nr 

Pacific 
Elliott S. F. physician, office 1 and 9 Court Blk, 

bds Oriental Hotel 
Ellis A. J. cor Montgomery and Sacramento, up 

stairs, res San Antonio 
Ellis Andrew D. (Alexander & Co.), dwl 82 

Sacramento 
Ellis C. B. surveyor, dwl Tehama House 
Ellis Daniel H. wheelwright, 69 Pine 
Ellis Edward, milk-ranch, Portrero SE Brannan 

St. Bridge 
Ellis George, proptr Second St. Bakery, W s 

Second bet Stevenson and Jessie ' 
Ellis George E. at 76 Davis 
Ellis Henry H. policeman, dwl N s Green nr 

Mason 
Ellis J. J. agent Boston Mastic Roofing Co. 172 

Clay, dwl 218 California 



Ellis John S. under-sheriff; dwl 23 City Hall 
Ellis Joseph, bds with Valentine Ellis, Portrero 
ELLIS MOSKS & CO. imps merchandise, 54 

Front, dwl Folsom bet Second and Third 
Ellis Russell, rentier, dwl 11 Bay State Row 
Ellis Valentine, dwl Portrero SE Brannan St. 

Bridge 
Ellis William, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Sutter and Kearny, dwl Broadway 
Ellison George, liquors, 230 Pacific 
Elliston Mrs. washing, dwl N s Post bet Powell 

and Mason 
Ellmaker Frederick S. wood and coal, E s Second 

bet Market and Stevenson 
Ellsworth Frank, City Directory office, dwl 134 

Bush 
Ellsworth Henry M. with T. I-'llsworth, cor Mar- 
ket and Stewart, dwl 107 California 
ELLSWORTH TIMOTHY, Redwood Lumber- 
yard, SE cor Stewart and Market, dwl 107 

California 
Elm Charles, machinist. Union Foundry 
Elmore Abby C. Mrs. dwl Washington bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 
Elmquist John, blacksmith, dwl NW cor Bush 

and Montgomery 
Elston Samuel, chicken-ranch, SE Brannan St. 

Bridge, Portrero 
Elwell Frank, tailor, 52 Montgomery 
Elwell Lott, metal-roofer, dwl N s Clary, bet 

Ritch and Fourth 
Elwell Wm. sail-maker, bds Mrs Amelia Patton 
Ely Alexander, atty at law, 16 Wells' Building 
Ely George, furniture-wagon, dwl NE cor Pine 

and Prospect Place 
Emanuel D. dwl 191 Pacific 
Emanuel Isaac, teamster, dwl W a Kearny near 

Filbert 
Emanuel John, turner, cor Mission and Fremont, 

bds 46 Sansome 
Embury James W. insurance agt and commission 

merchant. 87 Front up stairs, dwl 28 Pros- 
pect Place 
Emerson G. porter, 32 Clay 
Emerson George T. book-binder and paper-ruler, 

70 Merchant, dwl 53 Montgomery 
Emerson Thomas, miller, S. N. Mills, bds with 

Adam ileyer 
Emerson William H. drayman, 136 Pine, dwl 

128 Broadway 
Emery J. B. harness-maker at 82 Montgomery 
Emery J. S. office 85 Washington 
Emery Robert, drug-clerk with Samuel Adams 
Emery Thomas, calker, bds Isthmus House 
Emmecli Chas. M. tinsmith at 124 Sansome, bds 

California cor Quincy 
Emmerson Wm. L. Draymans' Exch'ge, 75 Davis 
EMMET C. TEMPLE, atty at law, NW cor 

Commercial and Montgomery, dwl SE cor 

Washington and Powell 
Emmet Joseph, stone-cutter, dwl NE cor Folsom 

and Second 
Emmet Temple, clerk with J. B. Townsend, dwl 

248 Clay 
Emory Auguste, tailor, S s Jackson nr Kearny 
Emory James, porter, dwl Ilinkley nr Kearny 
Emory Joseph S. dwl N s Bush bet Powell and 

Mason 



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Emory Tliatclicr, drayman, dwl S s O'Farrell bet 
Mason and Taylor 

Emory Tlionia:?, calker, 2 Sacramento 

Emsk-e Jumes J. brick- layer, dwl cor Broadway 
and Leavcnwortli 

Engelberg Emil A. {Fahrhach & E.) dwl "W s 
MontjTomery bet Pacific and Broadway 

ENGKLBKKCUT {Herman) & MAYKISCH 
BK06. (Adolph and Gintave). cigars and to- 
bacco, 57 Front up stairs, dwl N s Howard 
bet Third and Fourth 

Engelbrecht Louis, foreman S. F. Sugar Refinery 

Engelhard Caspar, boot-maker, Pacific bet Bat- 
terj' and Front 

Engelhiirdt Benjamin F. dwl 20 Stevenson 

Engell Henry, boatman, dwl SW cor Market and 
East 

Engels Eugenie (widow), dwl SE cor Pine and 
Mason 

Engels Henry A. stoves and tinware, X s Mis- 
sion bet Second and Third 

Engert A. F. C. with Wigener & Schoenbar, dwl 
3G8 Powell 

England Thomas, architect, 140 Clay, dwl cor 
Powell and Greenwich 

Englander Aaron, confectioner, dwl XW cor 
Xatoma and Jane 

Englander Leopold, policeman, dwl E s Jane bet 
Minnie and Xatoma 

Englander "U'illiam, foreman D. Xorcross, dwl 
232 Sacramento, rear 

Englander Wm. M. drayman, dwl N s Hunt bet 
Second and Third 

Engler Frederick (Jlilkr & Co.), dwl Vhite Hall 
Exchange, XW cor Spring and Summer 

English James TT. wines and liquors, dwl N s 
Howard bet Second and Third 

English (Jtrome A.) & Lothrop (John J.), black- 
smiths, 51 Sansome, dvrl X s Stevenson nr 
Fourth 

English Lawrence, baker, with "VTra. Horr & Co. 

Eunen B. {Eanea & Brother), il.'^l SE cor Kearny 
and Jackson 

Ennen ( William) & Brother {B. Ennen), grocers, 
SE cor Kearny and Jackson 

Ennis James M. P. laborer, bds McLaren Lane 
bet Ellen and Tracy 

Ennis Samuel, tinsmith, bds E s Battery nr Pac 

Enny Michael Mc. ship-carpenter, bds W s First 
nr Mission 

Enos Joseph, waterman, bds 11 Minnie 

Enscoe John, phvsician, 52 Montgomery 

EXSIGX GEORGE YL Spring Yalley TVater 
Works, ofi'XW cor Merchant and Montgom- 
ery, bds Oriental Hotel 

Entoine Eugene, paperbox-maker, SE cor Kearny 
and California 

Enwright Daniel, laborer, dwl X s Yallejo bet 
Dupont and Kearny 

Enwright John, retort-man, S. F. Gas Co. dwl N 
s Minna bet Third and Fourth 

Ephraim Alexander B. dwl S s St. Marks Place 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Epperson Peter, dwl 133 Bush 

Erhard George, restaurant, X s Pac nr Stockton 

Erkens William, {Lekens & Co.) dwl cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 

Erlandson Ernest A. broker, 3 Montgomery Bl'ck, 



bds Sansome House, SW cor Battery and 

Yallejo 
Ernst Hermann, hides, skins and wool, storeship 

Callao SE cor Beale and Mission, dwl X s 

Brannan nr Simmons 
Erskine John, washing, dwl W a Ecker bet Fol- 

som and Clementina 
Elrskins Mrs. bakery, 32 Montgomery 
Ervin Henry J. dwl X s King nr Third 
ERZGRABER {William) k GOETJEX (Yic7io- 

tos) Union Pickle, Cider and Yinegar Manu- 
factory, XW cor Sacramento and Davis, dwl 

X s Minnie nr First 
Esberg {JIunad) & Eutz {Gabriel) cigars, 75 

Kearny 
Escach Francis, butcher, XE cor Dupont and Pine 
Escbe Otto, importer Russian produce, S s Jack- 
son nr Montgomery 
Escherich H. carpenter, dwl XE cor Mary Lane 

and Berry 
Esnult (Aiigmte) & Richit {Nicholas F.) Union 

Restaurant, SW cor Wash and Dupont 
Esper C. dwl S s Union bet Kearny and Dupont 
Espiuola Bernard, dwl W a Oneida Place near 

Sacrafllento 
Estall Thomas, proprietor Terminus House, X s 

King nr Third 
Esterbrook Susan C. Miss, dwl 252 Clay 
Esterly X. B. ( Wickman & E.) dwl East nr Clay 
Estill James M. dwl W s Third bet Folsom and 

Howard 
Estrade P. with P. W. Shepheard, City Hall 
Ettau Torneure, table d' bote, W s Montgomery 

nr Pacific 
Ettick John P. blacksmith, dwl S s Folsom bet 

First and Fremont 
Ettinger Mauritz, fringe and tassel-maker, dwl X 

s Broadway bet Kearny and Dupont 
Ettridge Edward, porter, with H. Webster & Co. 

dwl Filbert bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Euhirger Yalentine, fruits, 274 Dupont 
Euler Julius, {Kreyenhagen, Kruse & Co.) dwl 153 

Dupont 
Euphrasine Elixes, Clay St. Market, dwl N s 

Yallejo nr Stockton 
Eushel Levi, tailor, Sullivan Alley nr Dupont 
Evans Ann (widow, colored) dwl 218 Stockton 
Evans Hale, junk store, N a Market bet Sansome 

and Battery 
Evans Hall Wm. blacksmith, dwl N s Perry bet 

Second and Third 
Evans John, liquors, cor Dupont and Pacific, dwl 

X s Pacific bet Dupont and Kearny 
Evans John, Xeptune Saloon, X s Jackson nr 

Drumm, bds 19 Jackson 
Evans John, tailor, E s Stockton nr Pacific 
Evans Lucy Mrs. (colored) dwl 218 Stockton 
Evans Patrick, fireman, bds Jackson Hs, Clark 
Evans Thomas, {Pruner & E.) dwl 69 Pine 
Evans {Thomas) & Moses {Daniel) boarding, 19 

Jackson 
Evans William {.Vills & E.) dwl Presidio Road 
Evans William, blacksmith, Pacific Foundry 
Evatt Daniel, machinist, dwl with Wm. Evatt 
Evatt Edward J. bell-hanger, 54 Montgomery 
Evatt Frank B. city e.xpress, cor Sacramento and 

Leidesdorff, dwl Tehama nr Second 
Evatt John M. molder, dwl with Wm. Evatt 



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Evatt William, hatter, dwl N s Tehama bet First 
and Second 

Eveillard (Francis) & Fredet (John) saddles and 
harness, 130 Kearny 

Evelelh Dwight, porter, 50 and 52 Front, dwl N 
s Broadway bet Powell and Mason 

Evenson J. bds llillman's Temperance House 

EVERDING J. & CO. {A. Rammdsherg and R 
B. Lovejoy) Pioneer Starch manufacturers 
and commission merchants, 50 Clay, dwl 
"Water bet Mason and Taylor 

Everett Martin V. B. tinsmith, dwl with Samuel 
J. Hopkins 

Evers Charles D. porter, 5G Front 

Evers Herman C. grocer, SE corner Montgomery 
and Vallejo 

Everson (James) & Robinson (JbsepA) boat-build- 
ers. Chambers nr Davis 

Eveson 'William (colored) waiter, dwl 9 Post 

Evrard James, policeman, dwl 117 Broadway 

Ewald Edward (Ciprico & E.) dwlSW cor How- 
ard and Ellon 

Ewald (Frederick) & Co. {WiUiam Joynt) var- 
nishers, 238 Clay 

Ewald John, chiropodist, at Montgomery Baths, 
dwl 163 Montgomery 

EWELL P. D. F. (Lockwond, E. & Co.) dwl S s 
Greenwich bet Powell and Mason 

Ewer Ferdinand C. Rev. Rector Grace Church, 
dwl S s California nr Stockton 

Ever Thomas, cook, at Niantic Hotel 

Ezekiel Jacob, copying-clerk, Recorder's OflBce, 
dwl S s Sacramento nr Stockton 



FABENS {F. A.) & TRACY {Frederick P.) at- 
torneys at law, 24 and 26 Montgomery Bl'k, 
dwl lis Dupont 
Faber Frederick, dwl Leidesdorff nr California 
Faber Maria C. Mrs. Leidesdorff House, Leides- 
dorff nr California 
Fabin Jean, glazier, dwl 299 Dupont 
Fabre Antionette Madame, dress-maker, dwl E s 

Fourth nr Folsom 
Fabre Edward, broker, dwl 212 Washington 
Fabre Hector, wagon-maker, dwl E s Fourth nr 

Folsom 
Fabre Jean, boot-maker, 155 Kearny 
Fagan John, milk ranch, dwl E s Jones bet Ty- 
ler and Turk 
Fagan Mary (widow) liquors, S s Market near 

Second 
Fagan Michael, driver, for Delahanty & Skelly, 

dwl S s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Eager Henry A. brick-layer, bds 205 California 
Faget J. B. groceries, SE cor Green and Dupont 
Fahrbach (Chrintian) k, Engleberg(£'?nt7. 4.) gro- 
cers SE cor Montgomery and Pacific 
Fahrenkrug William, bar-keeper, bds with Wm. 

Bosslemann 
Fairchild Hiram, reporter, Evening Telegram, 

dwl 229 Clay 
Fairchild John, dwl 2 Brandon Place 
Fairchild John, scenic artist, American Theater 
Fairtield George 0. (G. M. Josselyn & Co.) dwl 
Market nr Stewart 



Fairfield H. B. book-keeper, 32 Clay bds Rail- 
road House 
Fairfield Joseph, bds E s Fourth bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Fairfowl Charles B. boatman, E s Second corner 

Townsend 
Fairman William B, special policeman, dwl 76 

Clay 
Faisandieu Emilc, collector, dwl 301 Dupont, rear 
Faisandieu Loui.s, real estate agent, dwl 301 Du- 
pont, rear 
Falco, Alexander, -watch-case maker, at 174 J 

Clay, dwl Mission 
Falco John, wheelwright, at 147 Sansome, dwl 

Mission nr Johnston 
Falconer John, [Ross, Dempster & Co) resides 

Xew York 
Falconer Wm. H. carpenter, dwl 187 California 
Fales Edward, agricultural Avarehouse, NE cor 

Davis and Washington, dwl SE cor Stockton 

and Market 
Falk Adolph, book-keeper, 182 Kearny 
FALKENSTEIX (IMry) & CO. (J/. Mexjeifield) 

jobbers of cigars and tobacco,SE cor Commer- 
cial and Battery, dwl N s Minnie bet First 

and Second 
Falkensteiu Julius, liquors, dwl 54 St. Mark's PI 
FALKNER {Evelyn R.) BELL {James) & CO. 

commission merchants and insurance agents, 

128 California, dwl Union Club 
Falkner James, pilot, steamer Helen Hensley, 

dwl X s Green nr Kearny 
Fallance W^illiam, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Fallon James, porter, 58 Front 
Fallon M. M. teacher, St. Ignatius School, Sside 

Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Fallows Lucy (widow) dwl 3 St. Mary 
Falls Stephen D. bds 256i Stockton 
Falls Wm. with J. Pershbaker, bds W s Third 

bet Bryant and Silver 
Fancher (Gilbert) & Gough (Richard J.) Pioneer 

Livery Stable, XE cor Webb and California, 

dwl 152 California 
Fanning Edward, laborer, dwl Lombard nr Kear 
Fans worth M. Miss, nurse, dwl 234 Sacramento 
Fardon George R. daguerreian gallery and dwl 

203 Clay 
Fargo ( Ca/i/iH. F.) & Co. (J. C. Wilmerding) im- 

porters liquors, 50 and 52 Front, dwl S s 

Post bet Dupont and Kearny 
Farines Louis, baker, dwl N s Caroline Place nr 

Powell 
Farland Patrick, waiter. Railroad House 
Farley (Charles) & Welling (C/iarfe) liquors, XE 

cor Pacific and Kearny 
Farley Daniel, capt schr S. D. Bailey, Washing- 
ton St. Wharf 
Farley James, laborer, dwl X s Filbert between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Farley James, clerk, with Goodwin & Beard, 38 

First 
Farley John, boarding, 182 Pacific 
Farley John, laborer, dwl E s Mary Lane bet 

Berry and Sutter 
Farley John, laborer. Fort Point 
Farley Patrick, laborer, bds 8 Sacramento 
Farley Thomas, painter, dwl E s Scotland bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 



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Farmer Kdward, bds Columbia House, Stewart 

Fanner Henry, cigars, bds Jackson 

Farmer John, waterman, dwl N 3 Natoma bet 
Second and Tliird 

FAKMKR (Mincelbti) CHASE (Robert P.)& CO. 
(F.gJiert Judson, Henry P. Cvon and John L. 
N. Slifpard) manufacturers and dealers in 
chemicals, G4 Front 

Farmer K. B. engineer, Alta California, dwl "W s 
Stockton bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Farnsworth K. S. mate, simp Golden Gate, bds 
16 Sansome 

Farnsworth Frank, box-maker, with Hobbs, Gil- 
more & Co. 

Farnsworth John D. clerk, with John Johnston 
& Co. dwl S s Howard bet First and Second 

Farnsworth Ledyard, carpenter, dwl with John 
D. Farnsworth 

Farnsworth Wm. 0. with Philip L. Brady 

Farnum Jonathan B. engineer, Dow's Distillery 

Farnum (IV. ^.) & Towusend {Moses D.) flour, 
52 Clay, dwl W s Prospect Place bet Sacra- 
mento and California 

Farny Jacques, proprietor New York Hotel, 85 
Kearny 

Farr (Alonzo) & Bartlett {Jonathan D.) proptrs 
Terminus House, Steamboat P't foot Third 

Farr Alonzo, sup't of omnibus lines, dwl SW cor 
Mission and Third 

Farr James M. merchant, bds St. Nicholas 

Farrall Michael, wood-yard, cor Jones and Geary 

Farran Cbas. J. book-keeper, 38 Clay, dwl N s 
Clementina bet First and Secoiid 

Farran Samuel M. with Geo. R. Turner, dwl with 
Chas. Farran 

Farrar Albert, sawyer, with Hobbs, Gilmore & 
Co. bds 119 Pine 

Farrar "VT. H. (of Oregon) dwl Tehama House 

Farrell Edward, laborer, dwl Sansome bet Union 
and Filbert 

Farrell Edward, carpenter, bds with John David- 
son X s Mission bet Third and Fourth 

Farrell James, laborer, 36 and 38 Battery, dwl 
Clay nr Jones 

Farrell James L. & Co. employment-office, 165 
Kearny 

Farrell Jno. D. deck-hand, bds with Jas. Hughes 
E s Ecker 

Farrell Marks, laborer, dwl 26 First 

Farrell Michael, laborer, Bonded Warehouse, 20 
Battery, dwl 26 First 

Farrell Patrick, brick-layer, dwl "W s Scotland 
bet Greenwich and Filbert 

Farrell P. D. bar-keeper, American Exchange 

Farrell Peter E. proptr Sarstield Hall, N W cor 
Montgomery and Pacific 

Farrell Simon, laborer, dwl N s Minnie bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

Farrell "Wm. (colored) clothes renovator, 105 
Merchant, dwl X s Harrison nr Fourth 

Farrell William, seaman, bds E s Battery nr Pa- 
cific 

Farrell TTm. J. harness-maker, 40 Sansome, dwl 
S s Bush bet Kearny and Dupont 

Farren Christopher, baker, with T. Ryan, Louis- 
iana Bakery, Pinckney Place 

Farren John W. carriage-maker, S s Market op 
Oriental, dwl S s Howard bet First and Sec j 



Farren Rob't, organ-b\iilder, dwl E s Third bet 

Mission and Howard 
Farrier M. bds Benton House 
Farwell George {J. W. Gale & Co.) dwl N s Mis 

sion bet Second and Third 
FARWELL J. D. ship-chandler, 79 Clay, bds 

Oriental Hotel 
Farwell Oel. teamster, for Porter Webster 
Farwell Willard B. editor Alta California, dwl 

with S. D. Jones, N s Minnie bet Second 

and Third 
Fass Henry, washing, Turk nr Larkin 
FASSETT N. C. mcht, off 92 Front, up stairs, 

dwl 287 Washington 
Father N. cutlery, SE cor Sansome and Wash- 
ington, dwl cor Jackson and Davis 
Faulhaber Frank, dwl S s Yallejo bet Powell and 

Mason 
Faulk Levi, tailor, 81 Jackson 
Faulkner Geo. H. book-keeper. G. J. Brooks & 

Co. dwl 153 Dupont 
Faulkner Pierre F. {Hopper & F.) dwl E s Ritch 

nr Harrison 
Fauntleroy W. H. agent stm Surprise, cor Bat- 
tery and Clay 
Faures {F. C.) k Reynolds {WUUam') Custom H. 

brokers. 111 Washington, dwl S s Lombard 

nr Stockton 
Favre {Romain) Pionneau {Pierre) Sc Co. {Eugene 

Dessort) imps wines and liquors, 17-1- Wash 
Fawcett Jane Mrs. dwl W s Tay bet Clay and 

Sacramento 
Faxon Wm. musician, dwl 7 Hardie Place 
Fav Chas. butcher, dwl 7^^^ Milton Place 
FAY (C. T.) & WILLIS {Horaiio P.) com mchts 

61 and 63 California, up stairs, dwl with 

Mrs. Butler, Bush nr Sansome 
Fay Edward, engineer, stmp Golden Gate 
Fay Harriette H. Miss, private school, X s Geary 

bet Kearny and Dupont, dwl 198 Stockton 
Fay John, miner, dwl S s Clementina bet First 

and Second 
Fay John, soap-manufactory, Chesnut bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Fay Patrick, soap-manufactory, W s Card's Al 
Fayard {John B.) & Constant {Hubert) barbers 

and hair-dres.scrs, 145 Montgomery 
Fealy Dennis, bds 39 Jackson 
Feast William, at Distillerv, Presidio Road 
FEASTER JOHN J. & CO. scavengers, 67 Pine 
Featherly Henry H. butcher, dwl S s Pacific bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Fee Arthur, butcher, bds with Jas. Mathews 
Fee David F. blacksmith, dwl SE cor Yallejo 

and Kearny 
Feehan John, hay and grain and liquor-saloon, 

NW cor First and Xatoma 
Feehan William, packer, with L Krambach, dwl 

cor First and Xatoma 
Feeny James, brick-layer, dwl N s Yallejo nr 

Dupont 
Feeny James, bds 182 Pacific 
Feeny Margaret, dress-maker, dwl Yallejo nr 

Dupont 
Feeny Patrick, butcher, dwl Presidio Road 
Fegan John, laborer, U. S. B. Mint 
Feige Robert, clothing, S s Pacific nr Drumm 
Feix John, laborer, U. S. B. Mint 



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Feldbusli John F. grocer, NW cor Jackson and 
Stockton, dwl cor Jncksoii aucl Sloue 

Feldnieii (^ C ) & Co. (Louis Fddiutn) groceries, 
cor Green and Calhoun 

Feldmen Louis (C. FMmen & Co.) dwl cor Green 
and Calhoun 

Felippe John, painter, dwl "W s Stockton bet 
Post and Sutter 

Felix Joiin, U. S. B. Mint, dwl Greenwich bet 
Mason and Taj'lor 

Felker Leonard M. dwl SE cor Mason and Green- 
wich 

Fell ■\Villiam, merchant, dwl S s Natoma bet 
Second and Third 

Fella Placidus. book-stand, 62 J Kearny 

Feller 13. dwl S s Powell bet O'Farrellaud Geary 

Fellows David, bds with S. S. Tilton, Presidio 
Road 

Fellows Geo. "W. milk-ranch, Presidio Road 

Felt J. J. lumber, pier 6 Stewart, dwl with Mrs. 
Anne McLaughie 

Felt I. W. clerk, at Ilaynes & Lawton, 128 San 

Felton C. E. merchant, dwl Teliama House 

Felton John B. ( Wliitcomb, Frmjle & F.) dwl 
Union Hotel 

Felton John G. drayman, dwl cor Hyde and 
Washington 

Fenderich Charles, artist, bds with Simon Ham- 
merschmith 

Fengellor Henry, cordwainer, NW cor Mary 
Lane and Sutter 

Fenn F. C. M. engraver, 17 Montgomery, dwl S 
s Howard bet Third and Fourth 

Fennall Michael, plumber, bds Jackson House 

Fennell Michael, contractor, dwl First Avenue 
bet Mission and Valencia 

FENXER CIIANNING G. attorney at law, 140 
Clay, dwl S s Howard bet Third and Fourth 

Fenner Edward, bds What Cheer House 

Fennian Patrick, watchman, Tehama House 

Fennier Mary Mrs. liquors, NW cor Sacramento 
and Drumm 

Fenton Edward, machinist, L^nion Foundry 

Feuton James, laborer, dwl SE cor Johnston and 
Howard 

Fenton Samuel, molder. Union Foundry, dwl 
NW cor Sutter and Montgomery 

Ferguson Charles, porter, SE cor Kearny and 
Sacramento 

Ferguson Clement, deputy city and county tax 
collector, dwl with J. A. Gauley 

Ferguson David, clerk. U. S. A. Dept, 44 Bush, 
dwl 45 Bush 

Ferguson (George K) & Co. (Fred CoUier & Ed- 
ward Fulton) proptr of Tattersall's Stables, 
SE cor Kearnj' and Sacramento 

Ferguson Henry, plasterer, dwl NW cor Bush 
and Montgomery 

Ferguson Henry P. 'barber, at S. F. Baths, 182 
Washington, dwl Webb nr Sacramento 

Ferguson John, clerk, Bryant's Hotel, cor Mis- 
sion and Johnston 

Ferguson John E. actor, Lyceum Theater, dwl 
122 Bush 

Ferguson Mary Mrs. dwl cor Francisco and Mid- 
way 

Ferguson Thomas, ship-carpenter, bds 20 San 

Ferguson William, laborer, dwl Com nr Drumm 



Fermich Fortunate, bar-keeper, dwl 20 First 
Feruald David L. & Co. blacksmiths, 27 Sansome, 

dwl cor Sacramento and Leavenworth 
Fernald E. P. Miss, principal primary dept Mis- 
sion School 
Fernandez Antoine, clerk, dwl 199 Washington 
Fernandez, B. (Stfiora,) boarding, S s Pine bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Fernej- Jarae.s, paiuter, at 96 California 
Ferral John, storekeeper, U. S. Appraiser's Store 
Ferrando Joseph, waiter, 61 Merchant 
Forrell James, drayman, S s Clay bet Taylor and 

Jones 
Ferrer Manuel Y. guitarist, dwl S s Washington 

nr Powell 
Ferrinbach Herman, jeweler, 2G0 Dupont 
Ferris David, stevedore, dwl with Wm. Robinson 
Ferris David C. dwl with M. S. Martin 
Ferris John A. dwl with J. W. Sayward 
Ferron Margaret, (widow) dwl E s Fourth nr 

Folsom 
Ferry (Alram) & Veddey (D.) tailors, 55 Leid 
Fest Nicholas, tailor, 127 Bush 
Festei Eugene, waiter, restaurant, Sullivan's 

Alley nr Dupont 
Feucht Conrad, tinsmith, 95 Kearny 
Feuerstein Rudolph, {Loning& F.)dw\ 81 Minnie 
Feusier Edward, book-keeper, 96 Broadway 
Feusier H. & Co. (Jostph Charpiot) dealers in 

flour and grain, 96 Broadway 
Feusier Louis, merchant, dwl 96 Broadway 
Feustermacker Martin, dwl N s Sutter nr Mont 
Field A. E. real estate agent, dwl SW cor Green 

and Stockton 
Field Albert, dwl 359 Stockton 
Field Charles, carpenter, bds cor First and San 
Field Charles F. at cor Beale and Fremont, dwl 

Mission bet First and Second 
Field Charles M. steward, Hillman's Temperance 

House 
Field Edward X. salesman, 149 Washington, bds 

with Louis Davis, N s Jessie nr Third 
Field (llamptMn E.) & Shepston (John A.) res- 
taurant, Davis nr Clark, dwl W s Calhoun 

nr Green 
Field John, carpenter, bds cor Pine and Sansome 
Field Lincoln M. molder, with Kimball & Co. 

bds Columbia House, Pine 
FIELD SILAS C. toll-collector, cor Folsom and 

Price, dwl SW cor Bryant and Harris 
Field Stora, dwl W s Calhoun nr Green 
Field William A. (Hinckhy & Co.) dwl Fulton 

Foundry, First nr Mission 
Field William, tannery, W s Simmons nrBrannan 
Fields John, seaman, bds S s Bdy nr Battery 
Fienan Bart, boot-maker, 42 Montgomery 
Fifer A. W. confectioner, Washington bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont, dwl SE cor Mason and Eddy 
Fifer Frederick, boot-maker, N s Pacific nr Front 
Fifield Brothers (Ahram and Wint) dairymen, 

Broadway bet Franklin and Gough 
Fifield "U'int (Fifield & Brothtr) Broadway bet 

Franklin and Gough 
Fige Alexander, clothing, 19 Jackson 
Figel (Joseph) & Brother (Sainuel Figel) clothing 

"Eureka," 191 Clay, dwl N s John near 

Mason 
Figel Samuel (Figel & Brother) res New York 



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Figuera Louis R. clerk with G. 0. Whitney & Co. 

dwl 125 California 
File John, cooper, N s Oregon nr Davis 
Filmore Thonnxa, boot-black, dwl E s Scott bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Finance {Alemmler) &, Storck {Jacob) restaurant, 

211 Dupont 
Finberg Abraham, jeweler, 217 Kearny 
Finch Duncan B. clerk, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Beale and Main 
Finch John H. hackman, dwl SsBush bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Finch William J. {H. A. George & Co.) dwl 128 

Bush 
Finch William H. clerk, with Holcombe Brothers, 

bds What Cheer House 
Finder Adolph, dry goods, 147 Sacramento 
Finder Julius, clerk, 147 Sacramento 
Findeisen August, carpenter, W s Clara bet Bush 

and Sutter 
FINDLA JAMES, wood and coal, NE cor Bat- 
tery and Pine, dwl South Park near Third 
Findla John, driver, with F. S. Ellmaker, Second 

near Market 
Finegan Julia Miss, house-keeper, Hillman's 

Temperance House 
Finegan Peter A. dwl 6 Prospect Place 
FINEGAN THOMAS, wine and liquor saloon, 

NE cor Sacramento and Leidesdorflf, dwl 

Minnie bet Third and Fourth 
Finerty Thomas, dwl N s Filbert bet Jones and 

Leavenworth 
Finigan Holmes, physician, 185 Kearny, dwl N s 

Union near Dupont 
Finigan {James) &, Brother {Peter Finigan) livery 

stables, W s Battery nr Pine, dwl N s Min- 
nie bet Third and Fourth 
Finigan James C. tinsmith, dwl S s Minnie bet 

First and Second 
Finigan Owen, bds with Peter Finigan, N s 

Minnie bet Third and Fourth 
Finigan Peter, {Finigan & Brother) dwl N s 

Minnie bet Third and Fourth 
Fink Henry, merchant, dwl N a Berry bet Du- 
pont and Clara 
Fink James L. salesman, 141 Washington, bds 

What Cheer House 
Fink Julius {Brovming & F.) 198 Kearny 
Finley Francis, clerk, dwl NW cor Post and 

Kearny 
Finley George, seaman, dwl W s Matthew Place 

bet Post and Sutter 
Finley Richard, stock-dealer, dwl cor Larkin and 

Green 
Finley Thomas E. clerk, cor Cal and Leidesdorff 
Finn Augustus, printer, with O'Meara & Painter 
Finn Cornelius, boots and shoes, Davis bet Clay 

and Commercial 
Finn David, dwl N s Vallejo bet Montgomery 

and Sansome 
Finn Edward, teamster, dwl SE corner Rassette 

Place No. 2 and Sutter 
Finn Jeremiah, drayman, for Tulcan Iron Works, 

dwl S s Bryant bet Second and Third 
Fkin Julia, (widow) dwl SE cor Rassette Place 

No. 2 and Sutter 
Fmn Patrick, retortraan, S. F. Gas Co. dwl S s 

Howard bet First and Second 



Finnall M. S. dwl Oriental Hotel 
Finnenam Patrick, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
Finney C. G. & Co. (/. N. Mack) flour, C9 Clay, 

dwl cor Sutter and Mason 
Finney James, liquor-saloon, Meiggs Wharf 

North Beach 
Finney Josiah T. carpenter, dwl S s Francisco nr 

Lombard 
Finton Edward, machinist, bds St. Charles Hotel, 

First 
Fippinger Nicholas, shoe-maker, 70 Front 
Fischer A. professor of music, dwl 84 Kearny 
Fischer Anton, laborer, dwl 66 Kearny 
Fischer Beuj. tinsmith, bds with Henry Bernard 
Fischer Charles, com merchant, and Consul for 

Austria and Tuscany, 157 Jackson, dwl 198 

Pine 
Fischer George, at Albany Brewery, Everett nr 

Third 
Fischer Herman, dwl 83 Bush 
Fischer John, mauf jeweler, dwl N s Sutter near 

Montgomery 
Fish Benjamin P. Black Hawk Stables, Pine nr 

San.some, dwl Wetmore Place bet Clay and 

Washington 
Fish E. P. printer, with O'Meara & Painter 
Fish {Edward N.) & Co. {Simon Silvirberg) pro- 
prietors Geary St. Market S s Geary bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Fish, Franklin & Co. Intelligence Office, SE cor 

Clay and Montgomery up stairs, bds What 

Cheer House 
Fish James H. wharfinger Jackson St. Wharf, 

dwl Wetmore Place bet Clay and Wash- 
ington 
Fish William Henry, dwl Broadway near Mason 
Fishback Harmon, {Fishback & Brother) dwl 

NW cor Pacific and Mason 
Fishback {John R.) & 'Qrolher {Harmon Fishback) 

grocers, NW cor Pacific and Mason 
Fishbourne R. W. draughtsman, U. S. Surveyor 

General, dwl E s Ohio near Broadway 
Fishbourne Sarah J. T. teacher, dwl E s Ohio nr 

Broadway 
Fisher Alfred K. bds 237 Clay 
Fisher Augustus A. {Fisher & Co.) res New Tork 
Fisher Benjamin A. wheelwright, at 67 Pine 
Fisher Beriah, ship-carpenter, dwl N s Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
Fisher Bernard, private school, NE cor Post and 

Dupont 
Fisher C. musician, Lyceum Theater 
FISHER {Charles A.) & CO. {Augustus A. Fisher) 

hatters, NE cor Montgomery and Commer- 
cial, dwl Taylor near Washington 
Fisher Charles Henry, dwl Adele Alley bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Fisher George W. book-keeper, with Crowell & 

Crane, bds S s Pine near Dupont 
Fisher Harris W. drayman, for Yerplanck & 

McMullen, bds with A. D. McDonald 
Fisher Henry E. mason, dwl S s Post bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Fisher Henry I. {Kuh & F.) dwl Taylor St. Wharf 
Fisher Henry J. melter, with G. W. Bell, dwl 

Auburn bet Jackson and Pacific 
Fisher H. W. drayman, SE cor Front and Sac- 
ramento, dwl Minnie bet Second and Third 



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Fisbor Hermann, cook, Metropolitan Hotel 
Fialier J. G. (widow, colored) dwl N 8 Broadway 

near Mason 
FISHER LUTHER P. advertising and news- 
paper agent, 171^ AVasbingtou (see adver- 
tisement 
Fisher L. \V. (John Simek, Co.) dwl Union Club 

NW cor Montgomery and California 
Fisher Malcolm, butcher, 12 "Washington Market, 

dwl cor Pacific and Battery 
Fisher Max, wheelwright, dwl IG-i Washington 
Fislier Morris, hand-cart, dwl NS Clementina bet 

First and Second 
Fisher N. C. Washington Market, bds Tremont 

House 
Fisher P. II. dwl 213 Sacramento 
Fisher Philip II. saddler, at 74 Davis 
Fisher Rev. 0. bds Hillman's Temperance House 
Fisher William, dwl with Marcus Kobn 
Fisherman Frederick, shoe-maker, at 106 Cali- 
fornia bds 63 Montgomery 
Fisk Royal, broker, 6-i S'ront up stairs 
Fiske Edward S. {U. G. & E. S. F.) dwl Mason 

bet Pine and California 
Fiske H. G. & E. S. metal-roofers, 190 Kearny 
Fisler G. M. salesman, with Frank Baker, dwl 

93 Dupont 
Fisler Morris, with Frank Baker, dwl 93 Dupont 
Fitch George, dwl 113 Broadway 
Fitch George, drayman for A. W. Cudworth, bds 

cor Powell and Broadway 
FITCH {George K.) & RUTHERFORD (Thomas) 

proprietors and publishers Prices Current 

and Shipping List, 128 Sansome, dwl with 

R. H. Waller 
Fitch Henry C. waiter, 211 Washington 
Fitch Henry S. real estate, 112 Montgomery, dwl 

10 Ilardie Place 
Fitch John, (colored) job-cart, 130 Sansome, 

rooms E s Dupont near Broadway 
Fite John S. carpenter, W s Stockton near Clay 
Fite M. bds Benton House 
Fitez A. M. Mrs. laundry. Merchant near East 
Fits John, laborer, bds with George W. Smith 
Fitzgerald C. brick-layer, cor Mason and Geary 
Fitzgerald Charles, clerk, 85 Washington, bds 

256^ Stockton 
Fitzgerald Edward, clerk. United States Branch 

Mint, dwl 4 Pennsylvania Avenue 
FITZGERALD E. & CO. ( 0. M. Perkins and 

Wm. G. Wendell) importers hardware, 112 

Battery, bds American Exchange 
Fitzgerald E. Jr. 112 Battery 
Fitzgerald Francis, dwl S s Sutter bet Mason and 

Powell ■ 
Fitzgerald George, farmer, dwl S s Sutter bet 

Powell and Mason 
Fitzgerald Henry, keeper County Jail, dwl N s 

Pacidc near Taylor 
Fitzgerald James, boatman, dwl W s Gaines near 

Union 
Fitzgerald James, laborer. Fort Point 
Fitzgerald James T. boatman, bds Sansome 

House SW cor Battery and Yallejo 
Fitzgerald J. 0. laborer. Fort Point 
Fitzgerald John H. at 85 Wash, bds 2oGh Stock 
Fitzgerald John P. printer, SE cor Clay and 

Sansome 



Fitzgerald Martin, farmer, dwl S s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter, dwl S 8 Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
Fitzgerald Micliael, hostler, Logue & Skelly, dwl 

SE cor Bush and Sansome 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, dwl Bryant Place 
Fitzgerald Michael, painter, bds 182 Pacific 
Fitzgerald ilichael, dwl 4 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Fitzgerald Morris, tinsmith, at 41 Battery, dwl 

85 Jackson 
FITZGERALD OSCAR P. Rev. editor Pacific 

Methodist and Pastor Meth. Church South, 

dwl Pratt Court nr California 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, dwl with William R. 

O'Brien 
Fitzgerald Stephen, laborer with L. L. Lawrence 
Fitzgerald T. G. produce commission merchant, 

46 Clay, dwl Sutter nr Powell 
Fitzgerald William, dwl SE cor Front and Oregon 
Fitzgerald William, machinist, Sutter Iron Works 

cor Beale and Folsom 
Fitzgibbon David, porter, 71 Front, dwl Jackson 

bet Front and Davis 
Fitzgibbon J. M. laborer, weigher's department 

C. H. 
Fitzgibbon John M. ship carpenter, dwl S s How- 
ard bet First and Second 
Fitzgibbon Michael E. compositor, dwl N s Sut- 
ter bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Fitzherbert Rose Miss, wines and liquors, 1 51 Cal 
Fitzmorris George, teamster, dwl W s Powell 

bet Pine and IBush 
Fitzmorris Ulysses, plasterer, dwl S s Stevenson 

bet Second and Third 
Fitzpatrick Eagan, brick-layer, bds with Henry 

Cooper 
Fitzpatrick James, dwl 37 Clay 
Fitzpatrick John, dwl 37 Clay 
Fitzpatrick John, trunk-maker, 180 California, 

dwl E s Scott nr Powell 
Fitzpatrick John E. (Turner & Co.) dwl 128 Bdy 
Fitzpatrick Mary (widow), dwl W s Powell near 

Sacramento 
Fitzpatrick Michael, Engineer Golden Gate Mills 

dwl Central Place 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, stevedore, dwl N s Green nr 

Stockton 
Fitzpatrick William (F. &, Heaney), dwl S s Clem- 
entina bet Third and Fourth 
Fitzsimraons Michael, shipwright, dwl E s Third 

bet Mission and Howard 
Flagg Lucius, merchant, bds with Mrs. Sarah A. 

Peters 
Flaglor Gilbert, dwl 21 Natoma 
Flahaut James, furniture, 325 Stockton 
Flaherty John, laborer, dwl William bet Post 

and Geary 
Flaherty Miles, laborer, dwl S s Minnie bet First 

and Second 
Flaherty P. printer, bds NW cor Pacific and 

Montgomery 
Flakefield Charles, carpenter, bds What Cheer 

House 
Flam Patrick T. porter, dwl N s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Flanagan Daniel, hostler, with Logue & Skelly, 

dwl S s Stevenson bet First and Second 



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Flanagan John & Co. {C. F. MacDermot), imps 
and jobbers wines and liquors, 99 Front, 
dwl K s Kearny nr Green 

Flanagan Moses K. dwl 180 Jackson 

Flanagan Patrick, blacksmith, 102 Kearny, bds 
witli Patrick Eagan 

Flanagan Thomas H. secretary Board Delegates 
S. F. Fire Dopt, 29 City Hall, dwl 180 Jack 

Flanders A Ivan ( W'a.ylthurn & F.) dwl NW cor 
Stockton and California 

Flanders C. bds "What Cheer House 

Flanders Kpliraim W. calker, boards at Isthmus 
House, First 

Flanders J. C. printer, 151 Clay, dwl 53 Minnie 

Flanders J. P. dravnian, with R. 11. Bennett & Co 

Flannerly Miles, laborer, dwl 05 Minnie 

Flannery Henry, agent, bds Eagle Hotel, Beale 
nr Folsom 

Flannery J. waterman, dwl 6 Brown's Place 

Flannery Thomas, clerk with Dennis McCreith, 
bds 44 First 

Flatlcv Jolin, cook, dwl S s Mission bet Second 
and Third 

Flavel George, capt bark Jane A. Falkinburg, 
pier 3 Stewart 

Fleismann Charles, porter, bds 156 Pacific 

Fleming Jerome, at Distillery, Presidio Road 

Fleming John, laborer, bds with P. Fleming 

Fleming John, laborer, with John Fay, Chesnut 
nr Mason 

Fleming John R. purser stmr Pacific, dwl 26 
Minnie 

Fleming Lewis S. laborer, bds Old Oak, N s Mis- 
sion cor Ridlej'' 

Fleming Michael, laborer, dwl S s Sutter bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Fleming Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet 
Second and Third 

Fleming Patrick, Jr. boiler-maker, bds with P. 
Fleming, N s Howard bet Second and Third 

Fleming Samuel, printer Home Journal, dwl 
Kearny l)et Sacramento and Pine 

Fleming Thomas, carpenter, bds Golden Gate 
Hotel, Jackson 

Fleming William, ship-carpenter, dwl S s Clem- 
entina bet First and Second 

Fleming Wm. B. atty at law, NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Commercial, dwl "W s Third bet 
Brannan and Townsend 

Flenner Thomas R. (Porter & F.) dwl 133 Kear- 
ny 

Flenry Adolphe, laborer, at Turner Bros 

Fleres Antoine, hair-dresser, at 155 Clay, dwl W 
s Oneida Place nr Sacramento 

Fletcher A. K. newspaper carrier, dwl S W cor 
Battery and Commercial 

Fletcher Charles F. salesman, with Figel & Bro. 
dwl EI Dorado Building 

Fletcher J. dwl 4 Ty.son Place 

Fletcher Philip, stone-cutter, Fort Point 

Fleury Jean, dwl SW cor Stockton and "Wash 

Fleury Jules, blacksmith, with Paul Fleury 

Fleury Paul, blacksmith, N s Commercial bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Flinsburg Ernst, boot and shoe-maker, dwl 90 
Kearny 

Flint Augustus P. insurance agent, 112 Mont- 
gomery, bds with Jonathan Hunt 



FLINT EDWARD P. {Flint,, Fealody & Co.), 
dwl N 8 Harrison bet Essex and First 

Flint Geo. dairyman. Mission Valley rear Church 

FLINT {James F. & Fdv.ard F.), PEA BODY 
{Alfred) & CO. (Geo. 11. Kellogg), commission 
merchants, NW cor Front and Broadway, 
res Boston. Mass 

Flint Thomas P. painter, dwl SW cor Kearny 
and Sutter 

Flint Wm. C. Custom House Exchange, cor Bat- 
tery and Washington, dwl cor Mkt and Kate 

Flint William K. clerk, with Flint. Peabody & 
Co. dwl Harrison bet Essex and First 

Flintoft' Joseph, blacksmith, with O'Connor and 
Caine, dwl N s Howard bet Second and Third 

Flitcroft {Tlios.) & Swift [James F.), sail-makers, 
SE cor Jackson and Battery, dwl SW cor 
Washington aud Battery 

Flood Christopher, dwl N s Jessie bet First and 
Second 

Flood Henry S. clerk, with Eugene Kelly & Co. 
NW cor Sansome and Sacramento 

Flood James, plasterer, dwl 36 Trinity 

FLOOD {James C.) & O'BRIEN {Wm. S.) Auc- 
tion Lunch, 125 Washington, dwl N s John 
bet Powell and Mason 

Flood John, laborer, dwl with Christopher Flood 

Flood John, plasterer, dwl 36 Trinity 

Flood John, purifier, S. F. Gas Co. 

ilood Michael, Catholic book-store, 121 Kearny, 
dwl S s Harlan PI bet Dupont and Stockton 

Flood William, stone-cutter, dwl N s Clary bet 
Ritch and Fourth 

Flores George, laborer, dwl N s Hinkley bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Flower Samuel, attorney at law, 2 Parson's Bdg, 
boards with Mrs. A. M. Petit 

Flowers Edward, engineer, stm Senator, dwl S s 
Union bet Powell and Mason 

Floyd S. H. dwl SE cor Mont and Jackson 

Flye J. S. wood and coal, Dupont near Union 

Flynn Edmond, Telegram Exchange Saloon, 18 
Kearny 

Flynn Ellen Miss, dwl with Michael O'Connor E s 
Ecker 

Flynn Hugh, bds Roxbury House, Pacific 

Flynn John, carpenter, dwl S s Sutter bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Flynn John, laborer. Fort Point 

Flynn John, laborer, dwl S s Hunt bet Second 
and Third 

Flynn John B. dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Flynn Margaret Mrs. servant, 5 Sacramento 

Flynn {Martin) & Pease {James II.) wood and 
coal and capt stm Goliah, SW cor Market 
and First, dwl N s Broadway bet Sansome 
and Montgomery 

Flynn {Miss Mary) & Burns {Miss Elizabeth) mil- 
linery, 240 Dupont 

Flynn Maurice, laborer. Pacific Foundry, dwl E s 
Hubbard bet Folsom and Howard 

Flynn Morris, laborer, dwl N s Stevenson bet 
First and Second 

Flvnn Patrick, porter, 69 Front 

Flynn Patrick, hostler with P. Hunt & Co. 

Flynn Patrick, clerk, SW cor Third and Everett, 
bds with Richard Mogan 



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Flynn R. L. salesman, 88 Front, dwl Auburn bet 

Pacific and Jackson 
Flynn Thomas, blacksmith with Folsom & Ding- 
ley, dwl 1G9 Calilbrnia 
Flynn Thomas, laborer, dwl W s Dupont bet 

Geary and O'Farrell 
Flynn Thomas ('. shoe-maker, dwl S s Natoma 

bet Second and Third 
Flynn Timothy, laborer, dwl Greenwich bet Tay- 
lor and Mason 
Foa Julius S. dwl SW cor Broadway and Dupont 
Foard J. McDonough, (Brooks, Diiyjdt&F.) dwl 

180 Jackson 
Foard Thomas J. foreman Golden Era, 151 Clay, 

dwl Union bet Dupont and Kearny 
Fobes George P. atty at law, 1 Naglee's Bdg, 

dwl N 8 Howard bet Second and Third 
Fobes James, variety store, W B Fremont bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Fogarty James, butcher, W s Second bet Market 

and Mission 
Fogarty James, with Wm. F. Walton & Co. bds 

Mechanic's Boarding House, Market 
Fogarty Mary, (widow) dwl E s Dupont bet Post 

and Sutter 
Fogarty John, boot-maker with James H. Swain 
Fogarty Patrick, carpenter, dwl S s Stevenson 

bet First and Secpnd 
Fogarty T. C. bds Benton House 
Fogarty William, laborer, dwl N s Stockton PI 

near Dupont 
Fogelski Morris, job cart, dwl S s Jessie bet First 

and Second 
Fogg Charles J. seaman, dwl 12 Bay State Row 
Fogg E. C. hides and wool, NW cor California 

and Davis, dwl S s Lombard bet Jackson 

and Powell 
Foley Daniel, boiler-maker, Sutter Iroii Works, 

dwl N s Natoma bet Second and Third 
Foley Daniel, dwl E 8 Third bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Foley Daniel, laborer, bds with Wm. R. O'Brien 
Foley F. 50 Front up-stairs, bds at Manhattan 

Honse 
Foley Frank, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

with Owen Casey 
Foley John, laborer, Union Foundry, dwl S s 

Natoma bet First and Second 
Foley John, pressman, 68 Merchant, dwl 5 Mil- 
ton Place 
Foley Michael C. calker, bds Oregon House 
Foley Patrick, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 
Foley Patrick, polisher, 158 Pacific 
FOLEY TERENCE, business manager Herald, 

162 Montgomery, dwl Green nr Mont 
Foley Timothy, boot-maker, 13 Clay, dwl corner 

Commercial and Davis 
Folger Francis B. {Moore & F.) dwl Black Point 
Folger James A. with Bovee & Co. dwl N s 

Green bet Mason and Powell 
Folger James S. druggist, Davis nr Jackson, dwl 

N 8 St. Marks PI bet Dupont and Stockton 
Folger Peter, dwl with J. Hayes, Bush 
Folger Setii, waterman, dwl W s Taylor bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Folk S. at 80 Davis, dwl cor First and Tehama 
Folkes Peter F. engineer, dwl N s Howard bet 

Second and Third 



Folkes Richard, dwl S s Vallojo nr Kearny 
FoUert Louisa F. (widow) dwl 66 Minnio 
Follct W. H. bds Benton House 
Follnir Gustave, barber, dwl S s St. Mark Place 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
FoLsoni A. dwl S s Bu.«h bet Stockton and Powell 
FOLSOM {Alhert) & DINGLEY ( Wm. II.) black- 
smiths and carriage-makers, 38 Wel)b, dwl 
90 Bush (see advertisement) 
Folsom E. J. capt police, dwl N s Pine near 

Larkin 
Folsom Francis T. carriage-smith with Folsom & 

Dingley, dwl 90 Bush 
Folsom George T. book-keeper. Wells, Fargo & 

Co. dwl 3 Chatham Place 
Folsom J. L. ofBce estate of, 63 Montgomery 

Block 
Folsom M. bds What Cheer House 
Folter Josephine Mrs. dwl E s Virginia 
Fonce Nathaniel B. clerk, dwl 200 Clay 
Fonda (Alfred) & Gray {John) groceries and pro- 
visions, SE cor Clay and Sansome, dwl NE 
cor Folsom and Third 
Foran William, stone-cutter. Fort Point 
Forbes A. J. cabinet-maker, at 140 Washington, 

dwl E s Dupont bet Yallejo and Green 
Forbes Alexander {Eduards & Balky) dwl 265 

Clay 
FORBES (Andrew B.) & BABCOCK [Wm. F.) 
agents Pacific Mail S. S. Co. ofiice NW cor 
Sac and Leidesdorff, dwl E s Essex bet Fol- 
som and Harrison (see advertisement) 
Forbes John, dwl cor Sansome and Union 
Forbes John, engineer, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Forbes Thomas, boarding, 186 Sansome 
Ford Charlotte L. (widow) bds with C. M. Cham- 
berlain 
Ford Frederick J. machinist, dwl 61 Mont • 
Ford Henry, seaman, dwl Market nr Drumm 
Ford J. C. imp and commission merchant, 60 Cali- 
fornia, dwl Green nr Powell 
Ford John, laborer, at S. F. Sugar Refinery, dwl 

Price op Refinery 
Ford John, upholsterer, bds with John M. Metz 
Ford John, waiter, dwl Hinkley bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Ford John H. (colored) laborer, dwl 115 Mer- 
chant 
Ford James N. liquor-saloon, S s Jackson bet 
Drumm and Davis, dwl Jackson nr Drumm 
Ford Lewis S. proptr malt-house, Stockton bet 
Francisco and Bay, dwl N a Green between 
Powell and Mason 
Ford N. M. traveler, Freeman & Co.'s Express 
Ford Patrick, laborer, with John Fay, dwl Ches- 

nut bet Mason and Taylor 
Ford Patrick, laborer. Fort Point 
Ford R. laborer, dwl S s Market nr Main 
Ford Thomas, laborer, Yulcan Iron Works, dwl 

NE cor Third and Mission 
Ford Thomas, printer, Golden Era, bds with W. 

C. Butler 
Ford W. groceries, 90 Davis, dwl Pine bet Stock- 
ton and Dupont 
Ford William, dwl S s Natoma bet First and 

Second 
Ford William T. bds with C. M. Chamberlain 
Ford William W. contractor, dwl 314 Stockton 



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Forclliam Jolm X. book-kccpor, cor Front and 

Jackson, dwl K s Saiisonie nr Broadway 
FORKHAM (Hubert B.) JEXXINGS {David A.) 

A CO. ( WiUiam F. Ilolsty) proccrs, corFrout 

and Jackson, dwl S s Jackson nr Taylor 
Forest Aiitliony. chancellor, French Consul, dwl 

1 89 Stockton 
Forester K. S. Mrs. teacher, dwl AV s Powell bet 

Clay and Sacramento 
Forester F. E. Mis.<?. assistant teacher intermedi- 
ate dept Powell St. School 
Forester Henry B. book-keeper, George F. Bragg, 

& Co. dwi 231 Powell 
Forester Thomas 11. (col'd) farmer, dwl NE cor 

Pupont and St. Mark's Place 
Formhals F. M. tinsmith, at cor Vashington and 

Front 
Forner J. B. policeman, dwl cor Dupont and 

BroMdway 
Forrest Curtis T., S s Market bet Third and Fourth 
Forrester Peter, dwl Jones bet Filbert and Green- 
wich 
Forry William, with J. B. Manchester, dwl 124 

Stockton 
Forsaith Edward "VT. Cal produce, 49 and 50 

Washington Mkt, dwl Anthony nr Mission 
Forster Louise Madame, teacher, bds with Gr. 

Yenard 
Forster Peter B. {Ayres & Co.) dwl cor Geary 

and Uupont 
Fortemie J. fisherman. 8 Sacramento 
Fortman Frederick {Foster & Co.) dwl NE cor 

Tehama and Fourth 
FORTMAN {Hmry) & CO. {SeaU Fortman) 

groceries and liquors, NW cor Stockton and 

Sacramento 
Fortman Seabe, {Fortman & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Stockton and Sacramento 
Fortune Henry, book-keeper, 101 Battery, dwl 

E s Powell bet Jackson and Pacilic 
Fortune James A. salesman, with C. Hudson & 

Co. 101 Battery, dwl NE cor Green and 

Mason 
Fortune M. bds Benton House 
Fosbury Ann Miss, cap-maker, dwl 229 Clay 
Foshay John, clerk, 131 Commercial 
Foss Henry, laborer, dwl 37 Clay 
Foster Abram, boiler-maker, with Coffey & Risdon 
Foster Albert, pilot, dwl S s Harrison bet Fre- 
mont and Beale 
Foster Aldeu B. with Burnham & Coolidge, dwl 

with Gilbert M. Burnham 
Foster Benjamin F. compositor Alta California, 

bds What Cheer House 
Foster Caspar, boot-maker, with Charles Hauser, 

dwl 290 Dupont 
Foster Charles, ( W. C. Talbot & Co.) res Machias 

Maine 
Foster Daniel, ship-carpenter, dwl E s Maine nr 

Folsom 
Foster David H. with W..C. Talbot & Co. dwl 

with W. C. Talbot 
Foster Edward, engineer dwl E s Wetmore Place, 

bet Clay and Washington 
Foster Felix, gardener, Presidio Road, W of Val- 
ley House 
Foster Frederick A. com mcht, 30 Front, dwl 

Minnie bet Second and Third 



Mastic Roofing 



Co. 



Foster George, overseer, for John Center, NW 

cor Center and Folsom 
Foster George H. clerk, with R. H. Yance, bds 

with Mrs. Tinimerman 
Foster H. L. agent, Boston 

172 Clay, dwl 218 California 
Foster Isaac, blacksmith, at 16 Bush 
Foster J. G. purser, stm Uncle Sam, ofiBce with 

C. K. Garrison & Co. 
Foster John, plumber, at 43 Clay 
Foster John J. confectioner, with Charles H. Mer- 
cer, dwl S s Greenwich bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Foster Joseph, saloon, NW cor Powell and Fran- 
cisco 
Foster R. W. Miss, assistant teacher grammar 

dept Union Street School 
Foster Samuel, machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwl 

Clementina nr Second 
Foster Wra. Henry, laborer, bds " Thistle," N s 

Folsom bet Price and Harris 
Foulkes Thomas, {Dupuy F. k Co.) dwl Europe 
Foulksey Horatio, laborer, 100 Bush 
Fountain Norman, surgeon dentist, SE cor Mont- 
gomery and California, bds 119 Pine 
Fouque Julius, carpenter, dwl 155 California 
Fouque Touissant, club-rooms 210 Clay, dwl W s 

Dupont bet Yallejo and Green 
Fouratt Euos, pilot, stm New World, dwl N s 

Yallejo nr Montgomery 
Fous Miguel, fisherman, dwl 9 Sacramento 
Fowler George 0. (of Fowler & Co., Port Town- 
send, W. T.) forwarding and commission, 

office with W. C. Talbot & Co. 
Fowler Henry Y. wood-carver, dwl S 8 Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
Fowler James L. dwl 53 Montgomery 
Fowler {James W.) k Hammond {Thomas E.) 

teachers fine arts, 66 Mont, dwl 251 Clay 
Fowler John, {McLean & F.) dwl with H, P. 

Coon 
Fowler Mary A. Mrs. furnished rooms, 346 Stock 
Fowler R. Jr. Stockton messenger. Freeman & 

Co.'s Express 
Fowzer Elizabeth Mrs. machine sewing, 330 

Stockton 
Fowzer James, segars and tobacco, 138 Battery 

dwl 330 Stockton 
Fox (£".) Rapp {Julius) and Schmidt, {Cliarles) 

Washington Baths 174 Washington, dwl St. 

Nicholas Hotel 
Fox George, bar-keeper, NE cor Leidesdorff and 

Commercial 
Fox George, bds Tehama House 
Fox H. Allen, gunsmith 112 Washington, dwl 

112 Kearny 
Fox Heimon, tailor, 84 Sansome, dwl 11 Mission 
Fox Henry, liquors, dwl N s Greenwich nr 

Dupont 
Fox {Henry A.) k Melville, {John) wholesale 

liquors SW cor Clay and Leidesdorff, dwl 

Greenwich bet Stockton and Dupont 
Fox Heyman, tailor, dwl S s Jessie bet First and 

Second 
Fox Horatio, carpenter, S s Mission bet Fremont 

and First, dwl Merchant bet Drumm and 

East 
Fox L. bds St. Nicholas 



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Fox Morris, tailor, dwl 26 First 

Fox Riciiard, painter, dwl Paul's Court, rear 227 
Dupont 

Fox Thuiiias, coppersmith, dwl Pacific nr Front 

Fox William, laborer, dwl with Kdw. Dorscy 

Fox William C. hide-curer, bds W s lieale near 
Folsora 

Foy Charles E. sail-maker, dwl NW cor Ellis and 
Stockton 

Foye I. capt sloop F. W. Crawford, Washington 
Street Wharf 

Foye John, drayman, bds 6 St. Mark's Place 

Foye William, groceries, W s Sausorae bet Green 
and Filbert 

Framboise Alphonse, butcher, 4 Clay St. Market, 
dwl California nr Dupont 

France Henry, laborer, with A. J. Easton, Pre- 
sidio Road 

Francis Abram (Cox, F. & Co.) NE cor Broadway 
and Battery 

Francis A. II. saloon. Clay, dwl Bush bet Jones 
and Taylor 

Francis D. B. salesman, 56 Front, dwl 104 Mont 

Francis John, assistant engineer stm Pacific, dwl 
NE cor Montgomery and Vallejo 

Francis John H. boarding and lodging, S s Fol- 
som bet Fremont and Beale 

Francis J. AV. dwl Chesnut nr Powell 

Francis Muunear, boots and shoes, E s Dupont nr 
Vallejo 

Francis S. furniture, 318 Dupont 

Francis Willard, vinegar-maker, dwl NW comer 
Dupont and California 

Franck Frederick & Co. commission merchants 
and consul for Wurtemburg, SW cor Front 
and California, dwl Union op Plaza 

Franco C. bds Benton House 

Franco Charles, upholsterer, at 120 Sansome 

Francois Reynaud, shoe-maker, S s Pacific near 
Virginia 

Francole Antonio, dwl 191 Pacific 

Frank Albert, drayman, cor California and Front, 
dwl Tehama bet First and Second 

Frank Auguste, Frank's Market, NW cor Third 
and Folsom 

Frank Charles, baker, dwl 86 Kearny 

Frank K. tailor, Pacific bet Battery and Front 

Frank Fretz, laborer. Union Brewery, N s Mis- 
sion bet Second and Third 

Frank G. bds What Cheer House 

Frank Henry & Co. {lltnry Wmtfeld) mattress- 
makers, 20 Commercial 

Frank Isaac, clerk, NE cor Sacramento and Bat 

Frank James, waterman, William bet Jones and 
Taylor 

Frank John, packer. Commercial Flour Mills 

FRANK JOSEPH & CO. {Rudolf Jordan) tobac- 
co and cigars, 85 Clay, dwl 31 Minnie 

Frank Joseph, clerk, NE cor Sacramento and Bat 

Frank Jos. saddler and upholsterer, 272 Dupont 

Frank Lewis, cigars, dwl 152 Bash 

Frank M. (C. Slevem & Co.) dwl Green bet Du- 
pont and Kearny 

Frank Moses, clerk, 64^ Battery 

Frank Otto H. consul for Hanover, SW cor San- 
some and Pacific 

Frank S. painter, 31 Montgomery 

Frank Simon, laborer, warehouse dept, C. House 



Frankel Solomon, hand-cartraan, dwl SE corner 

Third and Jessie 
Frankciiau San.uel, trader, bds with Joseph 

Seller 
Frankenthal Max, book-keeper, 112 Sacramento, 

dwl Minnie bet Third and Fourth 
Franklin Abram, dwl 10 s Powell bet Washing- 
ton and Clay 
Franklin Edward, Agent, office cor Sacramento 

and Batter}', up stairs 
Franklin G. clothing, Davis bet Clark and Pacific 
Franklin Hugh, peddler, dwl E s Dupont bet Post 

and Sutter 
Franklin James, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Franklin John, pawn-broker, 207 Dupont, dwl 

253 Powell 
Franklin John, book-keeper, with B. C. Horn & 

Co. bds S s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Franklin John, (X>. li. Jones & Co.) dwl Pulgas 

Ranch 
Frdnklin John H. GO California 
Franklin Marx, hand-cartmau, dwl E s Dupont 

bet Post and Sutter 
Franklin Philip, dwl 96 Bush 
Franklin Roderick P. blacksmith, 64 Sansome, 

dwl 179 Mission 
Franklin William, laborer, City Laundry, nr SW 

cor Brannan and Third 
Franklin William, fisherman, dwl Drumm near 

Washington 
Frannenhalz Phillip, brewer, at Bavarian Brew- 
ery, N s Vallejo bet Dupont and Stockton 
Frantzkee F. W. furrier, SW cor Mission and 

Third 
Frapolli Baptisto {Scalmanini & F.) dwl 23 Clay 
Eraser Andrew, machinist. Pacific Foundry 
Fraser Christoi)her. laborer, dwl with Mat. Burke 
Fraser Simon, (Kittredge & F.) dwl cor Chambers 

and Battery 
Fraser Thomas, porter, 48 Battery, dwl W a Third 

nr Harrison 
Fraser William, shipwright, 2 Sacramento 
Frasier Alexander, stevedore, boards Columbia 

House, Stewart 
Frasier Robert, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Fray John, shoe-maker, dwl 292 Pacific 
Frazee Charles, drug-clerk, 143 and 145 Clay 
Frazer M. bds Benton House 
Frazer William, ship-carpenter, dwl Ws Stewart 

nr Mission 
Frazer William H, calker, bds Oregon House 
Frazier James, assistant engieeer stm J. Bragdon 
Frazier M. Carrie Miss, dwl with Geo. W. Tyler 
Frazsier Fred, cook, Hillman's Temperance Hs 

80 Davis 
Freaner John, dwl 209 Washington, rear 
Freaner W. B. inspector, Custom House 
Freanor James, laborer, \J. S. Branch Mint 
Freck Louis, upholsterer, dwl E s Mary Lane bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Frederick Frederika (widow) teacher, 245 Wash 
Fredericks James C. book-binder, dwl NE cor 

Washington and Dupont 
Fredet John {Eveillard & F.) dwl 130 Kearny 
Fredman J. furniture-wagon, cor Clay and San- 
some, dwl cor Sacramento and Leavenworth 
Fredrick Morris {Fredrick & Brother) dwl 171^ 

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Fredrick {Solotnon) &, Brother (J/orris Frttlrkk) 
iinporlers watches and jewelry, 17 li "Wash- 
ington, resides New York 

Freds Joseph, waiter, 160 Kearny 

Free William, machinist, dwl 245 Kearny 

Freeborn Hugh, lapidarj-, with Louderback & 
Baldwin 

Freeborn James, merchant, 59 Front, dwl Ori- 
ental llotel 

Freechy J. 0. light-house keeper. Fort Point 

Freelon '1 honias W. {Byrne & F.) dwl Clay below 
Powell 

Freelon AVilliara. gardener, Presidio Road 

Freeman Benjamin li. {Simth & F.) dwl E s 
Quincy nr Pine 

Freeman Charles E. clerk, dwl California above 
Dupont 

Freeman Chas. "W. (Rollins & F.) bds 11 Geary 

Freeman Elisha, capt schr Flying Dart, bds with 
Thomas Blackmore 

Freeman George, carrier Morning Call 

Freeman George, merchant, dwl 4 Milton Place 

Freeman George F. clerk. SW cor Broadway and 
Front, dwl SW cor Broadway and Davis 

Freeman Jacob, stoves and tinware, 18 Kearny, 
dwl S s California bet Dupont and Stockton 

Freeman John, bds Columbia House, Stewart 

FREEMAN &, CO. New York and California 
Express, office NE cor Montgomery and 
California (see advertisement) 

FREEMAN JOHN M. president Freeman &Co.'s 
Express, office NE cor Montgomery and 
California, bds Oriental Hotel 

Freeman Mary (widow) proprietress American 
Eagle, N s Folsom bet Simmons and Harris 

Freeman S. B. bds Benton House 

Freeman Thomas, seaman, dwl "W s Baldwin 
Court bet Folsom and Howard 

Frees Daniel M. machinist, Albany Foundry 

Frcese John E. miner, dwl N s Mission bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

Freie {Henry) & "Waterman (George) groceries 
and liquors, SE cor Sac and Dupont 

Freitas Isaac, fishmonger, dwl with James Lan- 
dis 

Fremont John C. dwl N s Mission bet Ridley 
and Tracy 

Fremy Michel, porter, with Fretz & Ralston, dwl 
St. Charles nr Kearny 

French A. inspector. Custom House 

French Arthur, mate stmp Northerner, dwl Clay 
Avenue nr Clay 

FRENCH, (Charles C.) "WILSON (Enoch H.) & 
CO. (Wm. G. Dunlo]}) imps clothing, 115 
Sac, dwl Prospect PI bet Clay and Sac 

French Francis, waiter, dwl S s Mission bet Har- 
ris and Price 

French M. bds "V\'hat Cheer House 

French IL A. dwl 39 Montgomery 

French Nancy G. (widow) dwl 221 Sacramento 

French R. B. produce-broker, 52 Clay, dwl 16 
Tehama 

French Robert, drayman, bds S s Ritch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

rench "Wheeler, drayman, dwl S s Ritch bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Frese Emil, agent for Charles H. Holling, im- 
porter drugs, 51 Commercial 



Fretigny Victor (Cande & F.) dwl NE cor Eddy 

and St. Ann 
Fretz Ann (widow) furnished room.s, 249 Clay 
FRETZ (B. S.)&. RALSTON (W. C.) bankers, 

S"W cor Battery and "Washington, dwl S"W 

cor Dupont and Harlan Place 
Freudenlhal Robert, clerk for "Wm. Kjoning 
Frey AVm. A. salesman, 82 Commercial 
Fricker J. H. tailor, St. Charles, ly Kearny 
Friedberg C. H. clerk, dwl S"W cor Commercial 

and Kearny 
Friedberg Chas. clerk, 104 Clay 
Friedberg M. carpenter, dwl E s Dup nr Union 
Friedel Henry, book-binder and blank-book man- 
ufacturer, 63 Merchant 
Frudcrn Isaac, fruit-dealer, dwl 299 Dupont 
FRIEDLANDER (A.) & CO. (P. M. Eder) imps 

furnishing goods, 90 California, dwl N s 

Yallejo bet Powell and Mason 
FRIEDLANDER ISAAC, com mcht, 59 San- 
some, dwl South Park nr Third 
Friedlander M., (S. Goldstone & Co.) res New 

York 
Friedlander Wm. I. 95 California 
Friel Eunice Miss, seamstress, 207 Clay 
Friel P. waiter, 18 Bush 
Friel "William, stoves and tinware, Drumm bet 

Clark and Jackson, dwl 92 Kearny 
Friend Philip, peddler, dwl 110 Sacramento 
Friermouth George, stoves and tinware, Jackson 

nr Drumm, dwl Bush nr Kearny 
Friethofer August, cooper, bds 89 Bush 
Frink Bernard, expressman, dwl 256 Pacific 
Frink Emma Mrs. (widow) dwl S s Sacramento 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
FRINK GEORGE "W. proprietor Tehama House 

N"W cor California and Sansome 
Frisbie John B. real estate, 163 Montgomery, res 

Yallejo 
Frisbie Levi C. real estate, 163 Montgomery, res 

Yallejo 
Frisbie Lyman P. manager Pacific Museum, dwl 

239 Washington 
Frisbie "William, dwl N s Jackson bet PowelJ and 

Mason 
Frisch J. C. wines and liquors, 109 Clay, dwl N 

s Union bet Powell and Mason 
Frisch (John W.) & Co. (Feter Stelling) groceries, 

S'W cor Mission and Fifth 
Frisius Anton (J/. Frisius & Co.) dwl N s Folsom 

bet Third and Fourth 
FRISIUS (Martin) & CO. {Anton Frisius) imps 

and com mchts, S s Market bet Beale and 

Fremont, dwl N s Folsom bet Third and 

Fourth 
Fritch George, clerk, dwl E s Kearny nr Union 
Fritsch Jacob, 31 Morey Alley bet Broadway and 

Yallejo 
Fritz D. H. blacksmith, at 43 Pine 
Fritz P. H. baker, dwl cor Yallejo and Battery 
Fritz John, baker, dwl Bailey's Al nr Bush 
Fritz Nicol, washing, 404 Stockton 
FrizellJ. R. shoe-maker, dwl S s Pacific bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Frodsham Edwin, miller, Am. Flour Mills, dwl 

S s Jessie bet First and Second 
Frodsham John, watch-maker, 214 Dupont, dwl 

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Frohjing John {Kohler F. & Bauck) res Los An- 
geles 

Frohling Lewis, clerk -with Koliler, Froliling & 
Bauck 

Frohni Cliarles E. Leidesdorfl' nr California 

Fromcnt Eugene {Ltinoiue F. & Co.) resides San 
Jos6 , 

FRONTIER {Pder) & DEVIERCY (Eugene) 
manufiicturing jewelers and lapidaries, S s 
Isdel Place 81 Bush, rear 

Frontier Peter (A. JJubois & Co.) Isdel Place nr 
Bush 

Froomberg Isaac, clerk, 87 Commercial 

Froomberg Samuel, clothing, 87 Commercial 

Frost H. John, clerk, with Baker & Cutting, dwl 
Howard nr Fourth 

Frost (Horatio) & Richards (Ca/t7>i) dealers paints, 
and oils, 98 Battery, dwl S s Broadway bet 
Taylor and Jones 

Frothingliam Geo. carriage-painter, dwl cor Sal- 
mon and Broadway 

Frothingliam John, pattern-maker. Union Foun- 
dry, dwl SW cor Mission and Jane 

Frothingliam Peter, clerk, Mission Creek Distil- 
lerj' nr Union Race Course 

Fruchtnicht John {Wright & F.) saloon, NW cor 
Mission and Stewart 

Fry B. D. entrance and clearance clerk, C. H. 
bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Fry J. D. special U. S. P. 0. Agent, bds Metro- 
politan Hotel 

Frye Jackson B. mcht, dwl N s St. Mark's Place 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Fuchs Herman, jeweler, dwl 51 Montgomery 

Fulir Paul, boots and shoes, 139 Kearny 

Fuhr Powell, boots and shoes, 142 Kearny, dwl 
141 Kearny 

Fulda Martin, dwl Hayes Valley 

FuUard Wm. shipping-merchant, cor Market and 
East, dwl S s Sutter bet Powell and Stock- 
ton 

Fallen John, laborer, bds N s Mission bet First 
and Second 

Fuller Alexander, haud-cartman, NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Merchant 

Fuller Benjamin C. waiter, What Cheer House 

Fuller Chas. H. laborer and bds Dow's Distillery 

Fuller Edward, carpenter, 90 Clay 

Fuller James, real estate, dwl 152 California 

Fuller Joel W. musician, dwl 54 St. Mark's PI 

Fuller Orlando, furniture, 130 California 

Fuller Silas, agent Cooso Bay Coal Co. junction 
California and Market 

Fuller Wm. shoe-maker, bds Mechanic's Board- 
ing House, Market 

Fullerton Samuel {Rogers & F.) dwl S s Green- 
wich bet Mason and Powell 

Fullmer George L. builder, bds E s Ritch bot 
Folsom and Harrison 

FuUum Edward, assistant melter, Yulcan Iron 
Works 

Fullum Mercy (widow) dwl with Chas H. Dick- 
inson 

Fullum Thomas, paper-maker, dwl N s Tehama 
bet First and Second 

Fulmer J. C. at 108 Clay, dwl 152 Battery 

Fulton Adonia, 68 Battery 

Fulton Alonzo, cook. Railroad House 



Fulton Edward {G. N. Ferguson & Co.) dwl SE 

cor Sacramento and Kearny 
Fulton John B. rope-maker, dwl Johnson bet 

Brannan and Br3'ant 
FULTON JOHN J. tannery, leather belting and 

hose manufiictory, E s Simmons nr Brannan 

dwl N 3 Townsend bet Second and Third 
Fumiston Lewis, SW cor Sac and Davis 
Fungan David, E s Jones bot Pine and Bush 
Funkenstein {J.) & Co. {F. Phillips) wines and 

liquors, 99 Cal, dwl St. Mark's Place 
Furber T. I. carpenter, dwl Sutter bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Furbush Ellis, clerk, Allen & Speir, dwl 109 

Broadway 
Furbush Moses, Phoenix Iron Works, dwl 109 

Broadway 
Furger Mary A. (widow) variety store, S 8 Mis- 
sion bet Second and Third 
Furlcy John F. gold-beater, W s Brenham Place 

dwl 8 Yarrenne 
Furley John F. Jr. gold-beater, dwl 8 Yarrenne 
Furman Matthew H. attorney at law, 140 Clay, 

dwl 181 Stockton 
Furney John P. gold-beater, dwl 8 Yarrenne PI 
Furney Patrick, slaughter-house, cor Larkin and 

Pacific, dwl cor Bdy and Yan Ness Avenue 
Furon Adolpho, laborer, dwl 187 California 
Furstentbal G. R. traveling agent, for Isaac S. 

Josephi 
Furter Samuel, machinist, at 90 Battery dwl 

Bush bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Fusilier John, {JieinJiardt & F.) dwl 30 St. Mark 

Place 
Fusilier William, boarding, 59 Jackson 



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Gabbs William H. ship-carpenter, dwl W s Main 

bet Folsom and Mission 
Gabeldue Samuel, imp iron tubes, bds 89 Bush 
Gabriel Delilah Miss, nurse, dwl 234 Sacramento 
Gacquot Constant, waiter, dwl W s Spoflbrd nr 

Washington 
Gadsert Bailey, bds 28 Battery 
Gaetz Daniel, boot-maker, AV s Davis nr Pacific, 

dwl cor Dupont and Greenwich 
Gafl'any Patrick, laborer, bds 5 Sacramento 
Gaffany Thomas, laborer, bds 5 Sacramento 
Gafl'ney James, laborer, San Francisco Gas 
Company, dwl Jessie bet First and Second 
Gaffne)'^ M. liquor-saloon, SW cor Jackson and 

Front, dwl St. Francis Hotel 
Gagmetti Siro, liquors, Bartlett Alley nr Pacific 
Gagneur Emille, cook, Union Restaurant, SW 

cor Washington and Dupont 
Gaidon John, boot-black, dwl 1G3 Kearny 
Gaidon Mark, hatter, dwl W s Third bet Market 

and Stevenson 
Gailhard Brothers, ( Charles, Gabriel and Pierre) 
proprietors Caliibrnia Hotel, SE cor^Dupont 
and Commercial 
Gailhard Gabriel, {Gailhard Brothers) dwl Cali- 
fornia Hotel 
Gailhard Pierre, {Gailhard Brothers) dwl Cali- 
fornia Hotel 
Galacar Charles, bookseller, dwl 151 Stockton 



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Galo {J. W.) & Co. (George Farwell) fruits, 99 

and 101 Davis, dwlN s Howard bet Second 

and Third 
Galo Geor^a* II. attendant, Pacific Museum 
Gale M. bds What Cheer House 
Galeiipo Angelo, washing, N s Washington near 

East 
Gall Theodore, A^olks Garden, NW cor FoLsom 

and Second, dwl S s Berry bet Dupont and 

Clara 
Gallagher Anne, Miss, domestic, Union Club 
GALLAGHER BERNARD, carriages and 

wagons, 1 6 Bush 
Gallagher Bernard, laborer, at Willow Glen 

Nursery. Brown bet Mission and Dolores 
Gallagher Bridget C. Mrs. (widow) dwl W s 

Powell bet Post and Sutter 
Gallagher Charles, dwl NE cor Commercial and 

Kearny 
Gallagher Charles, plumber, San Francisco Sugar 

Refinery 
Gallagher Edward, boots and shoes, 6 Commercial 
Gallagher {Echvard A. 7!) & Co. ( Charles E. Gihhs) 

inspectors and re-packers of provisions, E s 

Beale bet Mission and Market, dwl E s 

Fremont bet Harrison and Bryant 
Gallagher Hugh, cooper, 43 Washington, dwlNE 

cor Davis and AVashingtou 
GALLAGHER HUGH P. Rev. pastor St. Mary's 

Cathedral, dwl E s Dupont adjoining church 
Gallagher James, blacksmith, at 16 Bush 
Gallagher James, washing and ironing, dwl 181 

Stockton, rear 
Gallagher James, St. Mary's Hospital 
Gallagher James, real estate, dwl NW cor Pi«e 

and Kearny 
Gallagher John, laborer. United States Branch 

Mint, dwl N s Jessie near First 
Gallagher John, {Breen & G.) dwl S s Louisa nr 

Fourth 
Gallagher Joseph A. Rev. assistant pastor, St. 

Mary's Cathedral, dwl E s Dupont adjoining 

church 
Gallagher Joseph M. book-keeper, at James 

Plielan's, dwl Montgomery near Sutter 
Gallagher Martin, dwl N s Green nr Montgomery 
Gallagher Michael, watchman. United States 

Branch Mint, dwl N s Filbert bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Gallagher Thomas, {McKewen & G.) dwl 16 Na- 

toraa bet First and Second 
Gallagher Thomas J. clerk, dwl Stockton near 

Sacramento 
Gallagher William R. clerk, 160 Sacramento, dwl 

with Henry R. Haskin 
Gallatian I. dwl 277 Pacific 
Gallegino Francis, commission merchant, dwl 

Union, near Dupont, rear 
Gallichan Matthew, blacksmith, N s Center bet 

Dolores and Guerrero 
Galligen Charles, porter, 91 Front, dwl corner 

Mason and Clay 
Gallin* Jean, carpenter, dwl W s Second bet 

Mission and Howard 
Galling R. bds What Cheer House 
Gallo Michael [Louis & G.) dwl Jackson nr East 
Gallot [Isidor) & Herbert (Echelle) liquors, SW 

corner Pacific and Dupont 



Galloup J. B. agent. Pacific Pottery 34 Clay, 

dwl cor Third and Stevenson 
Galloway Hito & Co. (of Marysville) office R. E. 

Brewster & Co. 
Galloway J. actor, Lyceum Theater 
Galloway Joseph, captain, steamer Martin White 
Galloway Joseph, lumber, 22 Stewart, dwl W s 

Powell bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Galloway William, pilot, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

Third and Fourth 
Galusha W. B. dish-washer, 202 Wa.shington 
Galvin J. boiler-maker, with Coffey & Risdon 
Galvin Jeremiah G. clerk, with Wm. Hessler, 

dwl S s Pacific bet Stockton and Dupont 
Galvin John, carpenter, dwl 10 First 
Gambert Felix, (Lemoine Froment & Co.) resides 

San Jose 
Gambill Andrew J. dwl S s Mission bet Brown 

and Ellen 
Gamble James, superintendent and secretary, 

State Telegraph Company, dwl 175 Mission 
Gamble W. H. printer, SE cor Clay and Sansome, 

dwl Mission bet First and Second 
Game Mathew T. clerk. Superintendent Public 

Instruction, dwl SW cor Stock and Wash 
Gamey Thomas, carpenter, dwl Bryant Place 
Gammans George B. {Hasten & G.) dwl 202 

Washington 
Gammans Martin B. carpenter, bds Gothic Hall 

House 
Gammans S. P. drayman, 75 Front 
Gande Mathew W. Auctioneer's Lunch, 52 Com- 
mercial, dwl 22 Trinity 
Gangloff Francis, stoves and tinware, 95 Kearny, 

dwl Brown's Place 
Ganglofl:' Joseph, tinsmith, dwl E s Clara bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Ganion Martin, laborer, dwelling S s Berry bet 

Dupont and Clara 
Gannon James, laborer. United States Branch 

Mint, dwl N s Green near Montgomery 
Gannon John, farmer, bds with Nathaniel Bassett 
Gannon Peter, waiter, 160 Kearny dwl St. Mary 

Place 
Gans Isador, butcher, dwl 199 Kearny 
Gans Samuel, Pennsylvania Market, 127 Jackson 
Gans Solomon, butcher, 199 Kearny 
Gansberg George, cook, Golden Eagle Hotel, 59 

Kearny 
Gant Benjamin, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Gant William A. (colored) boot-black, 81 Mer- 
chant, dwl 10 Dupont 
Garbade Charles, clerk, dwl SW cor Third and 

Mission 
Garbi Alexander, surveyor, 126 California 
Garcia Francisco, bar-keeper. Bank Exchange, 

dwl 6 Central Place 
Garcia Jesus, laborer, dwl Vallejo bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Garcia J. S. capl brig Pride of the Seas, Long 

Wharf 
GARCIN L. P. & CO., machinists, 34 Mont 
Gardener Auguste, (Eorbach & (?.)dwl St. Louis 

Hotel bet Battery and Front 
Gardiner Antonio, dwl S s Mission bet Brown 

and Ellen 
Gardiner Ellen M (widow), dwl S s Mission bet 

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Gardiner G. Clinton, surveyor, dwl Tehama 

House 
Gardiner George E. painter, dwl St. Charles nr 

Moiitfjomery 
Gardiner James J. surveyor, dwl S s Mission bet 

Brown and Ellen 
Gardiner John II. salesman, 50 Battery 
Gardiner Samuel, Sazerac Saloon, 215 Clay 
Gardiner S. C. bds 16 Sansome 
Gardiner Stephen E. with Silas Selleck, dwl 163 

Clay 
Gardner Bartholomew, blacksmith, dwl SW cor 

Filbert and San.some 
Gardner Cliaudier B. stevedore, dwl E s Main 

bet Folsom and Mission 
Gardner George E. clerk, dwl N a Turk bet Tay- 
lor and Mason 
Gardner George M. (Lang & G.) dwl S s Broad- 
way bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Gardner Flenry, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Gardner (Jared M.) & Coleman {David Ji.), ship- 
smiths, 173 Front, dwl 217 Stockton 
Gardner J. H. registry clerk, C. H. bds Hotel 

International 
Gardner John H. salesman, dwl 39 Montgomery 
Gardner J. P. shipsmith, dwl 317 Stockton 
Gardner J. W. painter, dwl Broadway bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Gardner Phineas, dwl cor "Wash and Kearny 
Gardorus Antonio, fisherman, dwl 9 Sacramento 
Gareau Joseph, broom-maker, Drumm nr Sac 
Garfield Susan, (widow) boarding, 6 St. Mark's 

Place 
Gargan Laughlan, ballaster, dwl S s Filbert nr 

Sansome 
Gargne Ciiarles, silversmith, dwl SE cor Kearny 

and California 
Garin Henry, basket-mjiker, 188 Clay, dwl Clara 

nr Bush 
Gariot Jules, ironer, 219 Washington 
Garland George, seaman, dwl SW cor Jones and 

Sutter 
Game Patrick, boiler-maker, bds 10 Sansome 
Garner Jas. C. groceries, cor Filbert and Sparks 
Garner Samuel, works Coffey & Risdon's, bds S 

s Clary bet Ritch and Fourth 
Garnery F. Franco-American Restaurant, 252 

Dupont 
Garnett A. Somerville, clerk, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

NE cor Stockton and California 
Garnett Louis A. melter and refiner, U. S. B. M. 

dwl NE cor Stockton and California 
GARNISS JAMES R. com mcht, 60 California, 

dwl 269 Stockton 
Garrater Mark, cook, dwl St. Charles nr Kearny 
Garratt Joseph ( Wm. T. & J. Garratt) dwl W s 

Taylor bet Sutter and Post 
GARRATT WILLIAM T. & JOSEPH, brass 

and bell founders, nr SW cor Market and 

First, dwl E s Ecker nr Market 
Garraud John, dentist, 203 Clay 
Garrett James, driver, Logue & Skelly, dwl with 

P. Brumagim 
Garrigan Thomas, street contractor, dwl N s St. 

Charles nr Kearny 
Garrioch Alexander, {McKinlay G. & Co.) dwl S 

s Geary bet Powell and Mason 
GARRISON C. K. &. CO. {William R. Garri- 



son) agents New York and San Francisco 

Steam Ship Co. oflico SE cor Sacramento 

and Leidesdorff, dwl W s Third near Teha- 
ma, (see advertisement) 
Garrison S. J. printer, Towne & Bacon, dwl cor 

Clay and Montgomery 
GARRISON WILLIAM R. {C. K. Garrison & 

Co.) dwl W s Third nr Tehama 
Garrity John, with Delahanty and Skelly, N s 

Mission bet Second and Third 
Garrity Patrick, laborer, with Geo. W. Fellows, 

Presidio Road 
Garrity Patrick, miner, dwl 37 Trinity 
Garrone Felix, liquors and billiards, 134 Clay, 

dwl Bush bet Jones and Taylor 
Garrsen 0. G. sailmaker, dwl E s Scotland bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Garstner Antonio, butcher, dwl E s Baldwin 

Court bet Folsom and Howard 
Gartalman {Daniel) & Co. {II. Ho/erkamp) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NW cor Pine and Dupont 
Garthom Charles, book-keeper, with Hobart & 

Brother 
Garthwaite H. book-keeper. Empire Warehouse, 

dwl NW cor Sacramento and Leavenworth 
Gartlay John, Roxbury House, N 8 Pacific bet 

Sansome and Baiter}'- 
Gartlay Patrick, bds Roxbury House, Pacific 
Gartmann Richard, harness-maker at 145 San 
Garve}- Christopher, notar}"- public, conveyancer 

and real estate agent, 102 Merchant, dwl W 

8 Third bet Silver and Bryant 
Garvey J. B. Purcell, clerk 102 Merchant, dwl 

with C. Garvey 
Garvey John, carpenter, dwl O'Farrell bet Mason 

and Powell 
Garvey Peter, fireman, dwl S s Greenwich nr 

Dupont 
Garvey Wm. laborer, dwl W s Ohio nr Broadway 
Garvey Wm. V. clerk, dwl with C. Garvey 
Garvin James, porter, with Parrott & Co. dwl 

Jane nr Minnie 
Garvin Phelius Eldridge, carpenter, dwl W s 

Wetmore Place bet Clay and Washington 
Garwig Constant, {Boucher &, G.) dwl 298 Stock 
GARWOOD ( Gem-ge M.) & AMBROSE {Samuel) 

proptrs Merchant Street Market, 65 Mer- 
chant, bds Oriental Hotel 
Garwood Joseph S. lumber, Stewart, dwl 91 Pine 
Gasavodi M. {D. Mersich & Co.) 117 Washington 
Gasavodi Stephen, at 117 Washington 
Caspar Joseph, (colored) barber, Niantic Hotel 
Gaspard William, (col) barber, dwl 218 Stockton 
Gasquet Rose, (widow) dwl S s Post bet Dupont 

and Kearny 
Gassert ( William) & Co. {John P. Mayer) liquor- 
saloon, 35 Kearny, dwl NE cor California 

and Davis 
Gassi Philip, poultry, dwl 63 Merchant 
Gasthall Peter, ship-carpenter, bds with John 

McComb 
Gately John, laborer, Fort Point 
Gately Michael, carpenter, bds N s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Gately Thomas J. contractor, dwl N s Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
Gately William, carpenter, bds N s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 



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GATES HORATIO S. physician, 68 Merchant, 

up stairs 
Gathiii Ann Miss, bds 5 Sacramento 
Gatz Daniel, boots and shoes, dwl W a Dupont 

bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Gatz Martin, maltster, Stockton bet Francisco 

and Bay 
Gauchet Alphonse T, bds S s Louisa bet Third 

and Fourth 
Gauchet Ennna Madame, laundry, dwl S s Louisa 

bet Third and Fourth 
Gauchet Henry, laundry, S s Louisa bet Third 

and Fourth 
Gauchet Marie A. laundry, S s Louisa bet Third 

and Fourth 
Gaughegan Thomas, baker, dwl S s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Gaulain Ffau9ois, barber, N s Jackson nr Dupont 
Gaulay James A. real estate broker, 97 Merchant, 

dwl "\V s Stockton bet California and Pine 
Gauley Joseph, carpenter, dwl E s Mason bet 

O'Farrell and Geary 
GAUXE BLAISE, proptr Croix Federale Hotel 

132 Clay 
Gauntlet John, laborer, dwl S a Ver Mehr near 

Kearny 
GAUTIER FREDERICK, French Consul, office 

and dwl 277 Stockton 
Gautier Jaqnes, tailor, 303 Dupont 
Gautier L. 13. physician, 133 California, dwl N a 

Ellis, bet Powell and Mason 
Gauvreau Lewis B. 0. clerk, St. Francis Hotel, 

SW cor Dupont and Clay 
Gavagan Thomas, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
Gaven D. broker, NE cor Montgomery and Com- 
mercial, up stairs 
Gavigan William, {Roper & G.) dwl S s Folsom 

bet First and Second 
Gawley Joseph W. commission merchant, dwl 

Stockton op Virginia Block 
Gawley William H. agent for G. A. Meig's Pier 

1, Stewart, dwl S s Harrison bet First and 

Fremont 
Gay Albert C. coach-maker, dwl S s Mission bet 

Sparks and Tracy 
Gay Alfred, carpenter, dwl N s Tehama bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Gay Charles, with John C. Bell, dwl Sacramento 

near Leavenworth 
Gay Emily Madame, liquors, Cafe Foy, 183 Com- 
mercial 
Gaylord Horace 0. broker, 150 Montgomery 
Gayner Michael, laborer, bds Pacific nr Sansome 
Gayner Mathew, driver, L. L. Lawrence, dwl St. 

Charles nr Kearny 
Gazan Amie, musician, dwl W s Sonoma Place 
Gazlay Daniel, clerk, 11 Clay 
Gazlay David M. clerk, IT Clay 
Geddes Charles, carpenter, S s Summer bet Kear- 
ny and Mont, dwl S s Stevenson nr Third 
Geddes John S. {Ring & G.) 57 and 58 Wash- 
ington Market 
Gedge George, wharfinger, Greenwich Dock, dwl 

W s Ritch bet Third and Fourth 
Gee Lewis, at Towne & Bacon's, dwl Wetmore 

Place 
Geggus Charles, Charles' Market, dwl NW cor 

Third and Howard 



Geggus George, butcher, bds with Chas. Geggus 
Gehan John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, dwl 

Toll Gate nr Price 
Gehardy Philip, butcher, dwl 88 Kearny 
Gehricki 0. F. {Deuar & G.) dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Geigax Samuel, bag-maker, 80 Davis 
Geiger Charles, dwl NW cor St. Mark's Place and 

Kearny 
Geils Henry, groceries and liquors, SW cor Sut- 
ter and Kearny 
Geisel Frank, barber, N s Pacific nr Sansome 
Geist William, jeweler, 209 Kearny 
Gelcich V. physician, dwl California Hotel cor 

Commercial and Dupont 
Gelien Gustave, fruits, 284 Washington 
Gelow John, seaman, dwl E s Montgomery nr 

Broadway 
Genard Fran9ois, preserved fruits, W s Second 

nr Mission 
Gender E. T. at 117 Washington 
Geneve {Louis) & Berger ( Gabriel), carpenters, 

N s Commercial bet Kearny and Dupont, 

dwl W s Dupont bet Clay and Washington 
Genella Charles, clerk, 180 and 182 Montgomery, 

dwl 184: Montgomery 
GENELLA JOSEPH, imp crockery and glass, 

180 and 182 Montgomery and 106 Battery, 

dwl 184 Montgomery 
Genoly Antoine, cook, dwl 132 Clay 
Gensler {Michael) & Co. {James Piatt), tailors, 

113 Merchant 
Gensoul Adrian, collector French Hospital, dwl 

S s Post bet Mason and Powell 
Genung Amanda M. Mrs. dwl Tay bet Clay and 

Sacramento 
George Daniel W. expressman, dwl Terminus 

House, Mission Dolores 
George Ellen, Mrs. principal Spring Valley Pri- 
mary School, Presidio Road, dwl cor Jack- 
son and Stockton 
George Henry, printer, at 211 Washington 
GEORGE HENRY A. & CO. ( William J. Finch) 

livery-stable, NW cor Kearny and Bush, 

dwl S s Hardie Place 
George James S. carpenter, dwl Stockton nr Clay 
George John, bds Columbia House 
George Mrs. laundress, NE cor Mary Lane and 

Berry 
George Peter, painter, dwl E s Belden nr Pine 
George Robert, grain-broker, NW cor Front and 

Commercial, dwl 343 Powell 
Georget Ernest, musician, 181 Commercial 
Geraghty B. laborer, weigher's dept Custom H. 
Gerard George, willow-ware peddler, dwl S a 

Stevenson nr Second 
Geraue William, carver and gilder, dwl SE cor 

Sacramento and Davis 
Gerber Antoine, dwl W a Third bet Howard and 

Everett 
GERBERDING C. 0. & CO. {James W. Sim.on- 

ton), pubrs and proptrs Evening Bulletin, 

oflf SE cor Merchant and Montgomery, dwl 

N s Clay bet Taylor and Jones 
Gerdis C. bar-keeper, SE cor Sac and Drumm 
Gerdis D. liquor-saloon, SE cor Sac and Drumm 
Gerima Josephine Mrs. proprietress South Park 

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GERKE HENRY, farmer, office 165 Kearny, 

dwl W 8 Mason nr lOddy 
Gerken George, grocer, SW cor Union and La- 
fayette Place 
Gorken Peter, liquor-saloon, NW cor Powell and 

Union 
Gerlach Conrad, boots and shoos, shop and dwl 

83 Kearny 
German Henry, laborer, dwl N s O'Farrell bet 

Powell and Mason 
Gerrein Heinrich, willow-ware manufactory, XE 

cor Howard and Second 
Gerres George, cabinet-maker, W s Dupont nr 

Broadway 
Gerrin Peter, butcher, S s Pacific bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Gerrison C. sail-maker, dwl Mason bet Lombard 

and Greenwich 
Gerrity B. laborer, dwl Turk nr Larkin 
Gerrily John, Salmon, bet Broadway and Pacific 
GERRY SAMUEL R. visiting physician and 

surgeon City and County Hospital, office 237 

Washington 
Gerstle Arnold, clerk, with Godchaux Bros, dwl 

40 Post 
GERSTUNG HENRY, wholesale grocer, 93 

California, dwl S s Union op Plaza 
Gerstung Hermann, merchant, dwl S s Union 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Gervais Prosper, groceries, 258 Dupont 
Gesing (^Bernard) & Co. {Frederick SeidenstrecJcer) 

proptrs Harmony Hall Saloon, NW cor 

Kearny and Sacramento 
Gesnoi Louis, gardener, dwl Mission Valley nr 

Market 
Gessel Eulie Madame, furnished rooms, 144 "Wash 
Getchell John C. plumber, "Washington near 

Drumm, dwl SB cor Davis and Sacramento 
Getleson H. (of H. Getleson & Bro. Shasta) off 

65 California, dwl 171 Clay 
Getz Daniel, dwl SW corner Harrison and Sim- 
mons 
Getzendanner Salathiel, brick-layer, bds 205 

California 
Geunley Joseph, carpenter, dwl S s Geary bet 

Mason and Powell 
Geurrero Manuela Sefiora, dwl 2 Com'rcial Row 
Geyser John, cabinet-maker, with J.G.Clark & Co. 
Gheringhelli Eli, distiller, dwl SE cor Stockton 

and Filbert 
Gheurer John, picture-frame-maker, bds Pliila- 

dclpliia House 
Ghirardelli D. imp and manufacturer syrups and 

coffee, 123 Jackson, res Oakland 
Giandoni Giovanni, saloon, SE cor Third and 

Hunt 
Giannini Peter A. watchcase-maker, 174i Clay 
GIBB DANIEL & CO. {Wm. Gibb.), merchants, 

SW cor Front and Vallejo, dwl Chesnut nr 

Kearny 
Gibb James, bar-keeper, N s Stockton nr Pacific 
Gibb William {Daniel Gibb & Co.), dwl Chesnut 

nr Kearny 
Gibbons Alfred, clerk, wnth C. Morrill 
Gibbons John, butcher, S s Jackson nr Davis 
Gibbons Rodman, agent Dupont's Powder, 68 

Battery, res Oakland 
Gibbons Theodore, dwl Tremont House 
- _ 



Gibbons Thomas, bar-koeper. Monro's, 378 Stock 
Gibbons Thomas, SUite Bakery, 248 Dupont 
Gibbons William A. book-keeper, 22 Battery, 

dwl Harris House 
Gibbs A. S. clerk, 25 Bush 
Gibbs Charles E. merchandise broker, 68 Front 

and {Gallagher & Co.), dwl 14 Xatoma 
Gibbs C. V. S. merchant, 54 California, dwl S 8 

Jackson bet Powell and Mason 
Gibbs George W. ( George C. Johnson & Co.), 

dwl 108 Dupont 
Gibbs Joseph (colored ), brick-maker, dwl 6 

Virginia 
Gibbs John, lumber, bds S s Clark nr Front 
Gibbs Jolin S. lumber, pier 13 SteAvart, bds with 

A. M. Stetson 
Gibbs Mifflin W. {Lester & G. colored) res Victo- 
ria, V. I. 
Gibbs Robert, oyster-stand, NE cor Commercial 

and Kearny 
Gibbs Warren J. boat-builder, S a Merchant nr 

Drumm, dwl 3 Sansorae ** 

Gibler Theodore, tinsmith, dwl 120 Dupont 
Giblin Michael, mason, dwl E s Mason bet Val- 
lejo and Broadway 
Giblin Thomas, plasterer, dwl W s Scott near 

Broadway 
Giblin Timothy, liquors, Sacramento nr East 
Gibney Margaret (widow), dwl 116 Dupont 
Gibon Paul, waiter, dwl 224 Sacramento 
Gibson George L. merchant, dwl 259 Powell 
Gibson Laura A. (widow), dwl 11 Geary 
GIBSON LEWIS, commission merchant, 24 and 

26 Battery 
Gibson Moses (colored), steward stmp Sonora, 

dwl 3 Brandon Place 
Gibson 0. B. dwl N s Sacramento bet Taylor and 

Jones 
Gibson Richard Mrs. boarding, W s Front bet 

Pine and Market 
Gies August {Mayer & (?.), dwl SW cor Bush 

and Kearny 
Gies {John) & Brother {Kilian Gies), hair-dressers 

Hotel International, Jackson , 
Gies Kilian {Gies & Brother), dwl Hotel Interna- 
tional 
Giffin n. E. ( 0. F. Giffin & Bros.\ res N. York 
Gitfin Isaac, plasterer, bds 89 Bush 
Giffin John, tinsmith, NW cor Cards Alley and 

Stockton 
GIFFIN 0. F. & BRO. {H. E. Giffin), imps and 

jobbers fruits, nuts, etc. 89 Front, dwl S s 

Post nr Montgomery 
Gifford {P. J:)& Eells {John S.), retail dry-goods, 

22 Mont, dwl cor Fremont and Bryant 
Gifford Stephen B. cooper, dwl 5 Spear 
Gignoux Henry G. broker, dwl 40 Post 
Gilbert Geo. S. manf. Pacific Oil and Caniphene 

Works, 80 Front, dwl cor Post and ^lason 
Gilbert G. S. bds Hillman's Temperance House, 

80 Davis 
Gilbert James A. dwl 118 Montgomery Block 
Gilbert J. C. miss, assistant teacher grammar de- 
partment. Spring Valley School 
Gilbert Julia C. Miss, assistant Spring Valley 

School, Presidio Road nr LTnion 
Gilbert M. V. bds What Cheer House 
Gilbert Victor, barber, E s Stockton nr Pacific 



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Gilbertson Alice Miss; paper box-maker, bds 
with James Hufrlies, K m Ecker 

Gilberlf<oii Emma Miss, paper box-maker, bds 
with Jas. llu;;hes, E s Ecker 

Gilchrist James H. bar-keeper, dwl cor Jackson 
and Drumm 

Gilchrist John G. books and stationery, 127 
Montjfoiiiery 

Gilchrist {John G.) & Ross (II. F.) book-binders, 
127 Montgomery 

Gildcmeester Adrian fl. merchandise broker, Con- 
sul for Nueva Granada, 116 Battery, dwl 15 
Tehama 

Gildemeesler J. P. H. Consul for the Netherlands, 
ofl" IIG Battery 

Giles F. N. carpenter, at 137 Jackson 

Giles Jabez G. carpenter. 137 Jackson, dwl 229 
Clay 

Giles James, cabinet-maker, dwl 267 Stockton 

Giles Newell, carpenter, at 137 Jackson, dwl 62 
Montgomery 

Giles Solomon S. {A. P. Bessy & Co.) dwl Min- 
nie bet Second and Third 

Gilfeather Owen, upholsterer, bds Chambers bet 
Battery and Front 

Gillillan Owen, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 
&Co. 

Gill Andrew, Phoenix Saloon, Folsom St. Wharf 

Gill H. B. coal-yard, Front ur Tallejo, bds Sau- 
some House, SW cor Battery and Yallejo 

Gill James, retort-man, S. F. Gas Co. 

Gill Owen, bar-keeper, with Andrew Gill 

Gillbrade Edward, laborer, bds with Mrs. Mary 
O'Brien 

Gille Lorenz, boots and shoes, 110 Kearny 

Gillon Patrick, laborer, 79 Jackson 

Gillespie Archibald, blacksmith, with Henry 
Hewitt & Co. dwl Sherwood Place 

GILLESPIE CHARLES T. searcher of records, 
off 212 Washington, dwi NW cor Kearny 
and Chestnut 

Gillespie James, broom-maker, dwl SE cor Sac- 
ramento and Drumm 

Gillespie Patrick, laborer, dwl 3 Tarenne Place 

Gillespie William, drayman, bds SE cor Front 
and Oregon 

Gillin Patrick, mason, dwl S s Union bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Gillis Angus, Custom H. inspector, dwl S s Bran- 
nan bet Price and Harris 

Gillis John, cab-driver, dwl 182 Commercial 

Gillis Samuel, capt sloop Ceylon, Washington St. 
Wharf 

Gillis Stephen E. compositor. National, 66 Mer- 
chant, dwl cor Price and Brannan 

Gillmor John B. compositor. Daily Times, dwl 
50 Stockton 

Gilmor Anna A. Mrs. teacher, W s Waverley 
Place nr Clay 

Gillon Bernard, bar-keeper, dwl 258 Pac, rear 

Gillott David, laborer, dwl 136 Pine 

GILMAN A. M. & CO. {E. S. Davis & Frederick 
Smith) importers and jobbers of wines and 
liquors, 82 Front 

Gilman John, drayman, bds 18 Bush 

GUman Joseph Jr. boat-builder, S s Market bet 
Main and Spear, dwl 143 Mission 

Gilman Newell G. scavenger, dwl 111 Kearny 



j Gilman T. C. builder, SE cor Battery and Bdy 
I Gilmer Joseph, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
j Gilmore Charles, porter, 6 California Block 
Gilmore George W. {II<Ms, G. k Co.) dwl E s 

Second op Jessie 
Gilmore J. W. A. broker, 46 Front, up stairs, dwl 

W s Mason bet Jackson and Pacific 
Gilmore M. bds Benton House 
Gilmore Mary Miss, milliner, dwl 152 Sac 
Gilmore Stephen D. (Ilohhs, Gilmore & Co.) dwl 

N 8 Folsom bet First and Second 
Gilogly Christopher, bar-keeper, dwl SW cor 

Jackson and Kearny 
Gilroy Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Minnie bet 

Second and Third 
Gilson G. W. dwl 259 Powell 
Gilwright Edward, laborer, Fort Point 
Gincosta Antonio, cook, dwl cor Sacramento and 

East 
Gingee Charles, M. ship-joiner, 114 Washington, 

dwl N s Stevenson nr Ecker 
Ginn Edward, dwl Railroad House 
Ginoli Antonio, dwl N s Jackson nr Stockton 
Giomard Ion, at Henry Gauchet's laundry, dwl 

S s Louisa bet Third and Fourth 
Giorgiani A. wholesale fruits, 115 Washington 
Girard Antoinette Madame, laundry, 51 Mont 
Girard Caroline Mademoiselle, dwl 51 Mont 
Girard Caroline Mademoiselle, laundry, 61 Mont 
Girard Fran9ois, carrier, Le Phare, dwl 61 Mont 
Girard John, with Ritter & Co. dwl S s Sacra- 
mento bet Stockton and Dupont 
Girard L. (Dore & Co.) dwl Union Club 
Girard Louis, laundry, 51 Montgomery 
Girard Marguerite Mademoiselle, laundry, 51 

Montgomery 
Girard Stanislaus Madame, dwl 61 Montgomery 
Giraud Eugene, clerk, 140 Washington, dwl S s 

Yallejo bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Giraux Adelaide, nurse, 298 Stockton 
Girondet Leon, confectioner, dwl 118 Dupont 
Gisel Henry, baker, dwl NE cor Mason and Clay 
Gizault Madame, dwl cor Dupont and Yallejo 
Gladding A. J. pound-master, E s Larkin nr Sac 
Gladding Allen I. dwl SE cor Larkin and Cal 
Gladwin Wm. H. merchant, 41 Sacramento, dwl 

298 Jackson 
Glary Hannah Mrs. house-keeper, 89 Wash 
Glasby Jesse K. foreman for Wm. Castro, bds 14 

Sansome 
Glass Jacob (SchocJcen & Co.) dwl 256 Dupont 
Glassell (Andyew) & Leigh {Benjamin W.) attys 

at law, 26 and 27 U. S. Court Building, dwl 

N s Clementina nr Second 
Glassgow J. R. brick-layer, dwl 139 Sansome 
Glatz Felice Madame, dress-maker, 198 Cal, rear 
Glay Joseph, pattern-maker, Fulton Foundry, E 

s First 
Glaze L. L. New World Market, bet Clay and 

Commercial 
Gleason Daniel, bds Mechanics' Boarding House, 

Market 
GLEASON H. B. carriage and wagon stock, 47 

Battery 
Gleason Patrick H. liquor-saloon, 69 Commercial 
Gleeson Bridget B. Miss, dress-maker, 207 Clay 
Gleeson Susan T. (widow) Bower Saloon, NW 

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GLEN WILLIAM, dwl Telegraph Hill 

Gliddon C. E. lield-note clerk, U. S. Surveyor- 
General 

Gllddiiig Cliarles, surveyor, bds with E. Conway, 
Leavenworth nr Pacific 

Gliddon George, constable, . dwl S s McLaren's 
Lane nr Folsom 

Glinden James, blacksmith, with P. Hunt & Co. 
dwl N s Ritch nr Harrison 

Glover Dorman H. (Stombs & G.) dwl W s Sec- 
ond bet Minnie and Natoma 

Glover Frederick B. comedian, Maguire's Opera 
House, bds Hotel International 

Glover John, planing-mill, dwl N s Market bet 
Kearny and Montgomery 

Glover Williani H. with M. P. Brown, bds S s 
Sacramento nr Prospect Place 

Gluyas George K. proptr Sutter Iron Works, cor 
Beale and Folsom, dwl S s Silver bet Third 
and Fourth 

Gluyas Reese "W. clerk, with R. S. Haven, bds 
wiili George K. Gluyas 

Glu3^^s Wm. B. book-keeper, 102 Montgomery, 
dwl Silver bet Third and Fourth 

GLYXN JAMES, liquors, 76 Merchant, dwl S s 
Lombard nr Stockton 

Glynn Mary Mrs. dwl rear E s Lafayette Place 
near Green 

Gobbee Joseph, pattern-maker, Sutter Iron Wks, 
dwl S s Folsom bet First and Second 

Gobener Ernst, grocer, SW corner Third and 
Brannan 

Gobener Henry, book-keeper, cor Clay and East 

Gochey Thomas F. fruits, 32 Montgomery 

GODCIIAUX BROS. {Adolph and Joseph) impts 
dry goods, 82 California, dwl SW cor Du- 
pont and Pacific 

Godchaux Joseph, (Godchaux Bros.) 82 Cal 

Godchaux Lassard, dry goods, NE cor Mission 
and Second 

Godchaux Samuel, grocer, SW cor Dupont and 
Harlan Place 

GODDARD, (ElnathanB.) HANSCOM (Tsaiah) 
& RANKIN {Ira P.) proptrs Pacific Foun- 
dry, E s First bet Mission and Natoma, dwl 
N s Bush bet Powell and Mason 

Goddard George E. purser, P. M. S. S. John L. 
Stephens 

Godeau Alexi, washing, dwl 106 Broadway 

Godefroy Alfred, 141 Clay, up-stairs, dwl 225 
California 

Godens John D. washing-fluid manufacturer, bds 
N s Tehama bet Third and Fourth 

Godet Louis, washman, dwl S s Howard bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Godfrey Charles, gardener, dwl Presidio Road 

Godfrey George, laundry, dwl S s Tehama bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Godfrey Joseph, dwl E s Virginia bet Pacific and 
Jackson 

Godfrey Nathaniel A. (colored) barber, 127, Com- 
mercial, dwl Auburn bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific 

Godfrey William, at Bovee & Co. dwl Broadway 
near Powell 

Godfrey William L. dwl N s Broadway bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 

Godieris Juan, miner, dwl 18 Post 



Godkin Thomns, blacksmith, dwl SW cor Broad- 

waj"^ and Kearny 
Godley Montgomery, with Parrott & Co. dwl N s 

Market bet Stockton and Powell 
Goel Albert M. clerk, G4 Battery, dwl S 8 Green 

bet Powell and Mason 
Goetjen Nicholas {Erzgruber & G.) dwl N 8 Min- 
nie nr First 
Goetjen (Nirhnkis) & Brummer {Henry) Eclipse 

Saloon, SW cor Folsom and Stewart 
Gogarty Owen, carpenter, dwl S 8 Tehama bet 

First and Second 
Goger Charles, tinsmith, dwl W s Kearny bet 

Bush and Pine 
Goger Martin, brewer, dwl 70^ Sutter 
Goger William, fisherman, dwl Commercial near 

Drumm 
Goilopin Francis, washing, dwl E 8 Mason near 

Jackson 
Gold A. cigars. Commercial op U. S. Branch 

Mint 
Gold Able, drj -goods, 310 Dupont 
Gold Louis, tailor, dwl W 3 Davis bet Broadway 

and Vallejo 
Goldbach Solomon {Blen & G.) dwl 2G0 Dupont 
Goldbarg H. clothing. Pacific bet Battery and 

Front 
Golden Christopher, laborer, boards Mechanics' 

Boarding House, Market 
Golden Edward, cellar-man. Empire Brewery, 

dwl 106 Jessie 
Golden John, pattern-maker, boards St. Charles 

Hotel, First 
Golden Martin, moulder. Pacific Foundry 
Golden Thomas, messenger, U. S. Appraiser's 

Office, dwl 8 Dupont 
Golden Louis, clerk, 86 and 88 Clay 
Goldman E. A. clothing, California bet Sansome 

and Batterj', dwl Chesnut bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Goldman Isaac, boots and .shoes. 149 Kearny 
Goldman Joseph, waterman, dwl Powell bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell 
Goldman Solomon, boots and shoes, cor Sacra- 
mento and East, dwl 5 Sacramento 
Goldner Herman, dwl W s Powell bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 
Goldrich John, pattern-maker, Fulton Foundry, 

E 3 First 
Goldschmidt Isaac, dry-goods, dwl 203 Clay 
Goldschmidt Nathan, dry-goods, 203 Clay 
Goldsmith A. book-keeper, 56 Front, dwl 8 

Minnie 
Goldsmith Isaac, boot-maker, basement Plaza 

Hotel 
Goldsmith Delos C. carpenter, dwl with Jon. G. 

Goldsmith 
Goldsmith J. dwl W s Stockton bet Bush and 

Sutter 
Goldsmith Jacob, {S. L. Jacobs & Co.) residence 

New York 
Goldsmith {Jonathan G.) k Winnie (Jacob V.) 

Wing and Wing Saloon, SW cor Market and 

Stewart, dwl S s Harrison bet Fremont and 

Beale 
Goldsmith Joseph, dwl S 3 O'Farrell bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Goldsmith Moses, dwl 8 Minnie 



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Goldsmitli William, drayman, SE cor Clay and 

Davis, dwl Pacific near Larkin 
Goldsmith William E. engraver, 129 Montgom- 
ery, dwl O'Farrell bet Hyde and Larkin 
Goldstein A. S. stoves and tin-ware, 253 Dupont 
Goldstein Emanuel L. dwl N s Mission bet First 

and Second 
Goldstein Samuel, dwl 253 Dupont 
Goldsticker Michael, butcher, 2tt4 Sacramento, 

dwl 243 Sacramento 
Goldstono Louis, merchant, dwl N s Mission bet 

First and Second 
GOLDSTONE S. & CO. {^f. Friedlander) imptrs 

and manufacturers clothing, 82 Sacramento, 

dwl W 8 Mission bet First and Second 
Golenor Henry, bar-keeper, East nr Clay 
Goliner M. tailor, N s Pacific nr Sansome 
Gomo John, stone-cutter. Fort Point 
Gondoui J. NE cor Hunt and Third 
Gonsalvez S. A. Miss, assistant teacher, primary 

department, Greenwich Street School 
Gonzalez Benj. washing, dwl 325 Dupont, rear 
Gonzalez Dominick, builder, S s Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
Gonzalez Frank, porter, with Daniel Gibb & Co. 
Gonzalez Michel, restaurant, N s Pacific near 

Front 
Goodale S. P. NW cor Cal and Battery, up stairs 
Goodall Charles, capt steam tug Hercules, dwl N 

8 Tehama bet First and Second 
Goodchild {Edward) & May {Hamilton J.) liquor- 
saloon NE cor Green and Stockton, dwl 367 

Stockton 
Goodenough ( Atomzo) & Co. (Tliomas H. Ambrose) 

photographic gallery, 201 Clay 
Goodfellow Milton J. dentist, dwl N a Silver bet 

Second and Third 
Goodfrieud Isaac, peddler, bds with L. Steiner, 

N s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Goodhue {John) & Lewis {Nathan) jewelers, 250 

Dupont 
Goodman Chas. S. book-keeper, bds St. Nicholas 
G^iodman David, {A. Strasser & Co.) resides 

Santa Clara 
Goodman {Frederick) & Lindner, {Max) clothing, 

69 Kearny 
Goodman George {colored) house cleaner, dwl 

Miles Place nr Sacramento 
Goodman G. S. book-keeper, 60 California, bds 

St. Nicholas Hotel 
Goodman James P. steward, stm Panama, dwl 

28 St. Mark's Place 
Goodman Jacob, merchant, dwl E s Stockton bet 

Post and Sutter 
Goodman J. & M. importers dry goods, 64 Bat- 
tery, dwl cor Stockton and Post 
Goodman Joseph T. printer, at 151 Clay, dwl 8 

Milton Place 
Goodman M. {J. & J/i Goodman) 64 Battery 
Goodman Simon, merchant, dwl 172 Bush 
Goodrich Chas. F. ofiF 14 Clay, bds Railroad Hs 
Goodrich Ezra W. physician, 83 Bush 
Goodrich {Jeremiah) & White {J.) Neptune 

Bathing House, North Beach" 
Goodridge Ellen E. (widow) teacher, 159 Stock- 
ton 
Goodridge George, clerk, 90 Front, dwl SE cor 
Broadway and Scott 



Goodridge William E. accountant, dwl with Capt. 
H. A. Cheevers 

Goodrum George, mariner, dwl E s Brown bet 
Mission and Howard 

Goodsell D. C. M. ship-yard, Beale bet Market 
and Mission, dwl E s First bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

GOODWIN {Charles H.) & BEARD {George) 
Faneuil Hall Market, 38 First 

GOODWIN {Charles R.) & CO. {Moses B. Almy 
and J. D. Hawks) wholesale grocers, 53 and 
56 Front, dwl 151 Dupont 

Goold E. L. attorney at law, dwl SW cor Stock- 
ton and Washington 

Goold Gardner, with Burnham and Coolidge, bds 
Columbia House 

Gooley Robert, laborer, dwl Pacific bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 

Goosens Jean J. waiter, dwl Stout Alley 

Gordon Auguste, dwl N s Vallejo nr Stockton 

Gordon Benjamin, blacksmith, with O'Connor & 
Caine, bds Warren Exchange, Jackson 

Gordon F. R. bds Tremont House 

GORDON GEORGE, S. F. Sugar Refinery, off 

59 and 61 Sansome, dwl 25 South Park 
Gordon George (colored) barber, dwl Kearny nr 

Sutter 
Gordon George W. (colored) hair-dresser, dwl 60 

Minnie 
Gordon Harriet Mias, dwl Leidesdorff nr Cal 
Gordon Isabella F. Mrs. (colored) dress-maker, 

60 Minnie 

GORDON {John) BROOKS (John W.) BACKUS 
( Oscar J.) & TAY ( George H.) importers of 
stoves, metals and hardware. Front corner 
Washington and 160 Battery, dwl cor Du- 
pont and Greenwich 

Gordon Samuel, pipe-layer, S. F. Gas Co. dwl "W 
s Ecker bet Folsom and Clementina 

Gordon Sheldon S. 3d Assistant Engineer S. F. 
Fire Department, dwl 80 Montgomery 

GORDON THOMAS & CO. gent's furnishing 
goods, SW cor Montgomery and Clay, dwl 
128 Bush 

Gordon William (colored) boot-black, dwl Plaza 
Hotel 

Gore Benjamin B. cashier S. P. Sugar Refinery, 
59 and 61 Sansome, dwl SE cor Montgomery 
and California 

Gorevan James, porter, with Parrott & Co. dwl 
E s Jane bet Minna and Natoma 

Gorfinkel Aaron, dry goods, W s Tliird bet Ev- 
erett and Howard 

Gorfinken A. dwl Green nr Dupont 

Gorham M. bds Benton House 

Gorham James S. painter, dwl W a First bet 
Mission and Jessie 

Gorham William R. baker, dwl E s Powell near 
Broadway 

Gorman Bernard, coachman, with J. B. Haggin, 
(^1 W s Powell bet Jackson and Pacific 

Gorman George, laborer, dwl W a Powell bet 
Green and Union, rear 

Gorman George B. 1st officer atm Senator 

Gorman John, drayman, dwl N s Vallejo bet 
Mason and Taylor 

Gorman Lewis, machinist, 62 Sansome, dwl 22 
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Gorman Patrick, carrier, dwl Union bet Stockton 
and Dupont 

Goruiley Michael G. feed store, bds 119 Pine 

Gornell John, fireman, dwl S s Pacific nr Davis 

Gorton John H. stair-builder, bda with Benjamin 
H. Freeman 

Gosinsky S. bda St. Nicholas 

Goslinsky Elias. {Levi & G.) 110 Sacramento 

GOSTOKFS L. B. com mcht, 70 Bat, upstairs 

Gotteubush Adolph, furniture, 226 Dupont 

Gottsclialk Charles, liquors, dwl N b Ilinkley nr 
Kearny 

Gotz John, hand-cart, dwl SW comer Bush and 
Trinity 

Goud G. L. with Gordon, Brooks, Backus & Tay, 
dwl 234 Washiufiton 

Gough C. H. contractor, dwl cor Bdy and Kearny 

Gough Dora Mrs. dress-maker, dwl 76 Bush 

Gough H. 0. contractor, Phoenix Block, Clay bet 
Kearny and Montgomery, dwl Broadway nr 
Kearny 

Gough Kate Miss, dress-maker, dwl 4 Spofiford 

Gough John, steward, dwl 76 Bush 

Gough Richard J. {Fancher & G.) dwl Harris 
House 

Gould [Alfred S.) & Co. {Riram C. Covert) patent 
gas burners and collector Alta California, 168 
California, dwl SW cor Mason and Cal 

Gould E. bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Gould Francis, liquors, 5 Clay Street "Wliarf^ dwl 
8 Geary 

Gould Hannah E. Mrs. dress-maker, N s Geary 
bet Dupont and Kearny 

Gould James, with Graves & Williams, dwl Me- 
tropolitan Hotel 

Gould John, dwl 25 Bush 

Gould William B. dwl 302 Stockton 

Gourgue Gustave, bar-keeper, dwl 213 Sac 

Goux Jean B. French dyer, 201 Clay, dwl Sacra- 
mento above Stockton 

Goux Madame & Co. clothes renovators, S s Sac- 
ramento bet Stockton and Powell 

Gove Andrew J. ^vharfinger, Clay Street Wharf, 
dwl cor East and Merchant 

Gove John H. deputy wharfinger, Clay Street 
Wharf dwl S s Clay above Jones 

Govory M. bds Benton House 

Grabs Henrj-, carpenter, 110 Dupont 

Grace John, waiter, dwl 168 Clay 

Grace William, cabman, dwl SW cor Market and 
First 

Gracier Francis J. bung-maker, dwl 24 First 

Grady Augustus, salesman, with Lockwood, 
Ewell&Co. dwl 178 Clay 

Grady James, clerk, with Lockwood, Ewell k Co. 
dwl 178 Clay 

Grady James J. laborer. Pacific Glue Factory, 
Presidio Road 

Grady John, fireman, bds 8 Sacramento 

Graf Julius, carpenter, dwl S s Folsom bet Third 
and Fourth 

Grafe W. furniture, 156 Sansome 

Graft Henry, cooper, bds 33 Webb 

Graham A. J. printer, National, 66 Merchant, 
dwl SE cor Broadway and Montgomery 

Graham Anthony, blacksmith, Fort Point 

Graham [George H.) & Van Tassel, {John F.) car- 
penters, 193 Sansome 



Graham James R. boot-maker, Pacific nr Battery 
Graham James S. bds with Mrs. J. L. llayden 
Graham Lavina, (widow, colored) dwl 148 Com 
Graham Mary 11. (widow) dwl E 8 Taylor bet 

Clay and Sacramento 
Graham Patrick, machinist, Fort Point 
Graham Patrick, blacksmith, dwl E s Powell bet 

Post and Sutter 
Graham Richard, boarding, N s Chambers nr 

Front 
Graham Thomas, carpenter, dwl 2 Beldcn's Block 
Graham Thomas, laborer, dwl SW cor Jessie and 

Annie 
Graham William Hicks, State sealer of weights 

and measures, 69 Front, dwl Presidio Road 

opposite Valley House 
Grain Frederick, artist, NE cor Jones and Wash- 
ington 
Grammont Antoine, blacksmith, 129 Pino 
Grant Adam, {Eugene Kelly & Co.) bds 269 Stock 
Grant Augustus, butcher, dwl 220 Stockton 
Grant Charles B. stone-cutter, dwl N s Fremont 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Grant George W. shipwright, Merchant bet East 

and Drumm, dwl cor Sac and Dupont 
Grant Gilbert A. attorney at law, 24 and 26 

Mont Block, dwl W s Prospect PI nr Clay 
Grant Jacob, asphaltum, dwl ISO Jackson 
Grant James, liquor saloon, SE cor Kearny and 

California, dwl SW cor Bush and Dupont 
Grant James, laborer, for G. W. Smith, dwl S s 

Folsom bet First and Fremont 
Grant John, calker, bds Barclay House 
GRANT JOHN, marble yard 91 Montgomery, 

dwl S s Townsend bet Second and Third 
Grant Joseph A. Tehuantepec S. S. office, dwl 

N s Clementina bet First and Second 
Grant Mary M. (widow) dwl 9 Geary, rear. 
Grant William M. shoemaker, bds 6 St. Mark's 

Place 
Grantham J. M. assistant entry clerk, C. H. dwl 

E s Virginia nr Jackson 
Grassi Urbanus Rev, (S. J.) assistant pastor St. 

Ignatius Church, S s Market bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Grasshoff Frederick, carpenter and cabinet-ma- 
ker, 368 Powell 
Grattan William H. house hardware, 135 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 188 Kearny 
Graves Augustus B. chief adjuster U. S. B. Mint, 

dwl 321 Stockton 
Graves Benjamin, commission and brokerage, N 

W cor East and Sacramento, dwl cor Mason 

and Pacific 
Gr&ves {Edmund S.) & Smith {Charles K) cop- 
persmiths, 80 Jackson, dwl 321 Stockton 
Graves Garret, at distillery, Presidio Road 
Graves Hiram T. {Eckfeldt & G.) dwl 321 Stock 
GRAVES (James) & WILLIAMS {Henry F.) 

fruit and commission merchants, 67, 69 and 

71 Merchant, dwl S s Harrison nr Fremont, 

(see advertisement) 
Graves Margaret A. (widow) boarding, 144 

Mission 
Gray Asaph {J. L. Taggard & Co.) dwl 129 Stock 
Gray Bernard J. employee, U. S. B. Mint 
Gray Charles G. book-keeper, bds with Wm. H, 

Oakes 



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Gray Dnniol. drayman, dwl S s O'FarrelJ, bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Gray Elizabctli, bda with Robert Stitt N s Ever- 
ett bet Tliird and Fourth 
Gray Fhncher M. drayman, dwl S a O'Farrell bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Gray Giles H. attorney at law, 40 Montgomery 

Block, dwl XW cor Clay and Prospect Place 
Gray Henrietta Mrs. dwl 288 Jackson 
Gray Henry M. physician ofiBce and dwl SE cor 

Clay and Dupont 
Gray John A. Mrs. milliner W s First bet Na- 

toma and Minnie 
Gray J. J. office 92 Bat, bds Hotel International 
Gray Joel, carpenter and builder, dwl E 8 Powell 

bet Bush and Pine 
Gray John, butcher at William Boynton, Davis 

nr Pacific, dwl W s Haywood nr Fourth 
Gray John, (Fonda & G.) dwl 200 Stockton 
Gray John B. blacksmith, dwl W s First bet 

Xatoma and Minnie 
Gray (Mathias) & Herwig, {William) music and 

mu.«ical instruments, 176 Clay, dwl SE cor 

Montgomery and Jackson 
GRAY NATHANIEL, undertaker, 155 Sacra- 

meiito, dwl NW cor Clay and Prospect Place 
GRAY ROBERT B. & CO. importers and man- 
ufacturers of jewelry, 100 Merchant 
Gray Samuel, drayman, for J. & R. Morton, dwl 

S s O'Farrell bet Mason and Taylor 
Gray Walter, drayman, dwl S s O'Farrell, bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Gray William, butcher, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Gray William J. dwl 288 Jackson 
Greany Michael, dwl S s Brannan bet Price and 

Harris 
Greate William, (colored) boot-black, cor Front 

and Commercial 
Greaves Benjamin {Sivain, Bunker & Co.) dwl 

NE cor Pacific and Mason 
Greaves William C. (Gregory & G.) dwl W a 

Sonoma Place nr Vallejo 
Greely James, laborer, dwl E s Dupont bet Bush 

and Sutter 
Greely Robert F. Golden Era, bds with W. C. 

Butler 
Green Adam T. (Taaffe, McCahill & Co.) bds 

American Exchange 
Green Alfred A. & Co. attorneys at law and land 

agents. Union Hotel 
Green Asanath, Mrs. washing, dwl S 8 Green- 
wich near Dupont 
Green Augustus R. (Green, Brothers & Co.) dwl 

376 Stockton 
Green Benjamin P. clerk, 126 California, bds 

with Thomas Courtis 
Green Catherine, (widow) dress-maker, bds with 

Edward Eagan 
Green Charles, laborer, dwl N s Filbert bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Green Edward, seaman, dwl Vallejo bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Green Frederick, {Samuel Price & Co.) dwl Third 

near Market 
Green Frederick P. commission merchant and 

agent Sacramento packets, 64 Front, dwl 

30 Natoma 



Green F. Walter, builder, dwl SW cor Geary 

and Hyde 
Green George W. butcher, 17 and 18 Washington 

Market, dwl S s Mission near Fifth 
Green Harris, tailor. 315 Stockton 
Green Henry E. (Pickett k G.) dwl 150 Clay 
Green James, cook, bds 5 Sacramento 
Green James W. sash-maker, bds 22 Sansome 
GREEN BROTHERS (J. de Puisaye and Au- 
gustus R.)& CO. commission merchants, and 
agents Lloyds, 60 California up stairs, dwl 

376 Stockton 
Green John, dwl E s Dolores near Center 
Green John, clerk, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Green John, laborer, bds 92 Pacific 
Green Lyman F. machinist, dwl Vallejo near 

Laguna 
Green Maria, (widow, colored) dwl W s Stockton 

bet Clay and Washington 
Green Mary A. (widow) dwl NW corner Union 

and Montgomery 
Green ( Thomas) & Lynn (JacoV) Jackson Brewery 

E s First bet Howard and Folsum, dwl rear 
Green William, agent Sonoma packets, 28 Clay, 

dwl S s Natoma bet First and Second 
Green William, rigger, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Green William, furniture, 272 Dupont 
Green William A. real estate, dwl N s Market 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Green William A. carpenter, bds S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Green William G. bds Toll House, Mission bet 

Price and Harris 
Greenburg Henry, dwl 264 Pacific 
Greenberg Leopold, salesman, withL. Krambach, 

dwl 377 Stockton 
Greenberg (Morris) & Smith ( G. E.) Eagle Brass 

Foundry, 45 Bush, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Second and Third 
Greene Duane M. printer, Bulletin office, dwl 

Clay near Mason 
Greene L. M. Mrs. boarding-house. Merchant 

near East 
GREENE (Samuel H.) HEATH (Richard W.) 

& ALLEN (Henry K) com merchants, and 

importers tobacco, consulate Costa Rica and 

Guatemala, 56 Front, dwl 263 Sacramento 
Greene (W. E.) & Nelson (Jeremiah) importers 

butter, etc. 46 Front, up stairs 
Greene William, musician, dwl Ashland Place 

bet Wood and Potter 
Greene William Jr. lessee Mission Plank Road, 

dwl Ashland Place bet Wood and Potter 
Greene William G. clerk, bds Ashland Place bet 

Wood and Potter 
Greenebaum Herman, (of Greenebaum & Bros, 

Sacramento) office 71 California, dwl 147 

Mission 
GREENEBAUM (Jacob) & CO. importers fancy- 
goods, 7 Custom House Block, dwl Mission 

bet First and Second 
Greenfield J. gardener, dwl 125 California 
Greenham Frederick, porter, California Steam 

Navigation Co. NE corner Front & Jackson 
Greenough (John i?.) & Co. (Henry Button) hay 

and grain, S s Market junction California, 

dwl S s Sutter bet Dupont and Stockton 



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Greenwiild S. oflBce with "Wormser Brothers, dwl 

21 Minnie 
Greenwood Elizabeth Mrs. dwl 347 Stockton 
Greenwood James, bag faolorj' and salt mills, 

SW cor Davis and Washington, dwl 111 

Broadway 
Greenwood John, carpenter, dwl N s Folsom bet 

Johnston and Thome 
Greenwood Monroe, telegraph repairer, bds with 

Joseph Wood 
Greenwood William M. broker, office 60 Cali- 
fornia, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Greflbz Julian, watch-maker, dwl 159i Sac 
Gregoiro Louis, clerk, 120 iloutgomery 
Gregoire {Louis) & Co. Cafe de Lyon Saloon, 169 

California 
Gregoire P. laborer, San Francisco Water Works 
Gregory (Davis S.) & Greaves ( William C.) car- 
penters, W 8 Webb nr California, bds with 
■ William C. Greaves 
Gregory F. P. newspaper carrier, dwl 3 Laura PI 
Gregory Henry, {Keichall, G. & Co.) dwl Howard 

bet Third and Fourth 
Gregory J. carpenter, E s Sonoma PI nr Vallejo 
Gregory James, captain, schr European, Wash- 
ington Street Wharf 
Gregory Paul, laborer, dwl N s Hunt bet Second 

and Third 
Gregson Henry, boiler-maker, Sutter Iron Works, 

bds New Orleans House 
Gregson James, boiler-maker, Sutter Iron Works, 

bds New Orleans House 
GREIF J. San Francisco Baths, 182 Washing- 
ton, dwl NE corner Post and Dupont 
Greif John, cabinet-maker, dwl S s Greenwich 

near Dupont 
Grellet (Charles) & Co. (Isadore Chambariere and 

JohnM. i??/rne) liquors, 13 6 and 138 Jackson, 

dwl N s Union bet Dupont and Stockton 
Grelley Frank, waiter, Martin's Restaurant, dwl 

140 Sacramento 
Grelley Mary, dress-maker, 140 Sacramento up 

stairs 
Grelley A^'irginia, milliner, 140 Sacramento, up 

stairs 
Gremat John P. washman, at F. P. Corets, E s 

Simmons bet Brannan and Bryant 
Gremke Henry, (Lcvike & G.) dwd NW cor Front 

and Pacilic -^ 
Grenouilleau Numa, baker, dwl 92 Broadway 
Grenthal Morris, tailor, dwl 85 Kearny 
GREY CYRIL V. attorney at law, office 6 Court 

Block, dwl SW cor Taylor and Eddy 
Grey Hugh, pattern-maker, Pacific Foundry 
Grey Thomas, dwl Filbert bet Jones and Taylor 
Grey W. {£oland& (?.) 27 Bush 
Greyser M. bds Benton House 
Grief John A. carpenter, 99 Pine, dwl S s Gouch 

near Dupont 
Griere Pierre, porter, with Tallant & Wilde, bds 

Benton House 
Griesmann Joseph, speculator, dwl with Joseph 

Ackerraan 
Griffen J. W. commission merchant, NE comer 

Jackson and Sansome 
Griffen Lynch & Co. (John F. RoUnson) smoked 

and dried fish, 83 Davis, dwl Vallejo near 

Green 



Griffin Benjamin P. Boomerang Saloon, 191 
Kearny, dwl 185 Kearny 

Griffin (Btujavdn J\)& Harrison (John) Boomer- 
ang Branch, cor Dupont and Washington, 
dwl 185 Kearny 

Griffin Charles, dwl cor Taylor and Green 

Griffin Charles E. salesman, 146 Washington, 
dwl 154 California 

Griflin Hannah Mrs. fancy-goods, dwl 210 Stock 

Griffin H. E. bds What Ciieer House 

Griffin John, groceries and liquors, NW cor Du- 
pont and O'Farrell 

Griffin Jno. bds Benton House 

Griffin John, dwl 4 Brown Place 

Griffin John W. gilder, dwl Sutter bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde ' 

Griffin Margro Miss, boarding, NE cor Broadway 
and Montgomeiy 

Griffin M. B. salesman, 142 Sacramento, dwl N 
s Everett bet Third and Fourth 

Griffin Michael, laborer, bds Mechanics' Boarding 
House, Market 

Griffin Morris, laborer, dwl N s Stevtnson bet 
First and Second 

Griffin Patrick, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 
dwl N s Jessie bet First and Second 

Griffin Thomas L. seaman, dwl 59 First 

Griffin Wm. waiter. Railroad House 

Griffin William, pilot, dwl Jones bet Lombard 
and Francisco 

Griffin William, physician, dwl 323 Stockton 

GRIFFING FREDERICK, warehouse, cor Bat- 
tery and Filbert, res New York 

Griffing George I. at Griffing's Warehouse, dwl 
269 Stockton 

Griffiths Jesse, laborer, 116 Dupont 

Griffith J. W. gilder, at 82 Montgomery 

Griffith Milieu ( Wdls & G.), dwl SW cor Harrison 
and Stanly Place 

Griffith William, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 

Griffiths E. bds What Cheer House 

Griffiths James, boiler-maker, dwl Ns Stevenson 
bet First and Second 

Griffiths Jesse, laborer, dwl 116 Dupont 

Griffiths J. F. bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Griffiths John, laborer, dwl W s Baldwin Court 
bet Folsom and Howard 

Griffo Julian, jeweler, with Barrett & Sherwood, 
dwl 151 2 Sacramento 

Grimback Louis, cook, 140 Kearny 

Grimes George T. commission merchant, NW cor 
Front and Commercial, dwl 27 Bush 

Grimes James, laborer, dwl S s Green bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Grimes J. M. bds What Cheer House 

Grimes John E. clerk, dwl 180 Stockton 

Grimes Lyman, commission merchant, NW cor 
Clay and Front, dwl 27 Bush 

Grimes Mary II. Mrs. dwl 27 Bush 

Grimes Patrick, blacksmith, dwl E s Powell bet 
Post and Sutter 

Grimm Chas. Butchers Home, Pacific nrLarkin 

Grimm Ferdinand, hog ranch, dwl S s Folsom nr 
Johnston 

Grimwood Adolphns D. ( WiMe & G.), dwl Bush 
abv Stockton 

Grinnell John Q. teamster, for Heywood & Har- 
mon, dwl S s Minnie, bet Fifth and Simmons 



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Grisnr Emilc, dwl 373 Powell 

Grisel C. Mrs. furnished rooms, SW cor California 

and Sansome 
Griswold Henry. Waabington Market, dwl N s 

Yallojo nr Montgomery 
Griswold J. bds Benton House 
Griswold John C. clerk, Supt Streets, etc. dwl 

cor Dupont and Greenwich 
GriswoklJonathan, painter, with R. S. Eells & Co 
Groat Richard V. atty at law, 17 U "Washing- 
ton, dwl with Samuel L. Hallowell 
Grob Trautraan, artist, 138 Montgomery, dwl S 

s Jessie nr Third 
Grogan Alexander B. real estate agent, NW cor 

Sansome and Jackson 
Grogan Michael, blacksmith, dwl N s Clementina 

bet First and Second 
Grogenger G. commission merchant, 76 Jackson, 

dwl Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
Grom Andrew, laborer, dwl NW cor Ver Mehr 

and Rassette Place No. 1 
Grondona E. (widow) dwl NE corVallejo & Mason 
Groner Ferdinand, engraver, dwl Vallejo nr Kear 
Groom Henry, dwl 248 Clay 
Groom Lydia Mrs. dress-maker, 248 Clay 
Groomes Isaac (colored), barber, with George 

Wood, dwl 10 Broadway 
Groomes Samuel, (colored), bds 132 Broadway 
Gros Alfred, clerk, SW cor Dupont and Pacific 
Gros John, dwl E s Mason bet Greenwich and 

Filbert 
Grosetta John, fruit-stand, 158 Kearny 
Grosetta Martin, coffee-stand, cor Sac and East 
Grosh {Samuel) & Rutherford (Thomas L.) com- 
mercial Flour Mills, NE cor Natoma and 

First, dwl E s Third bt Folsom and Harrison 
Groslicht Charles, dwl W s Dupont bet Broad- 
way and Pacific 
Gross Edward, dwl 213 Sacramento 
Gross E. S. commission merchant, NW cor Front 

and Clay, dwl NW cor Jackson and Wash 
Gross Frank W. bds NW cor Jackson and Wash 
Gross George, liquors, 258 Dupont 
Gross Joseph, cigar-maker, 198 Kearny, dwl E 

s Montgomery bet Broadway and Yallejo 
Gross Paul, butcher, SE cor Dupont and Union 
Grosse E. Mrs. vegetables and fruits, 23 Wash 

Market, dwl Merchant bet Montgomery and 

Sansome 
Grosse Martin, vegetables, 24 Wash Market, dwl 

63 Merchant 
Grosso Constantine, blacksmith, W s Mission nr 

Center 
Grossschupff W. book-keeper, with Kreyenhagen, 

Kruse & Co. bds with S. Hammerschmith 
Grotjan Adolph, druggist, bds 195 California 
Grotjan George W. with S. P. Goodale, bds 195 

California 
Groult Charles, cook, 221 Dupont, dwl Sullivan 
Grover E. cabinet-maker, Davis bet Clay and 

Washington, dwl 4 Bay State Row 
Grover Elijah, botanic physician,Third nr Howard 
Grover Morgan S. carpenter, dwl Bay State Row, 

Sansome bet Bush and Pine 
Grover William A. physician, 323 Stockton 
Grozinger George, dwl N s Stevenson bet Third 

and Fourth 
Gruber Frederick, naturalist, 110 California 



I Gruber Henry, finisher, dwl 394 Powell 
Gruber Jacob F. baker, dwl 394 Powell 
Gruber Peter, shoe-maker, dwl 394 Powell 
Gruenhagen M. salesman, with Janson, Bond & 

Co. dwl E s Dupont N Greene 
Grunenwald Andrew, tailor, N s Pac nr Dupont 
Grunhagen Joachim, dwl Dupont bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 
Griinwald Renzo, director German Theater, 101 

Merchant, dwl E s Stockton nr Sacramento 
Grymes J. Edgar, clerk, dwl 186 Stockton 
Gudopp R. drayman, dwl W s Sansome nr Filbert 
Gueran A. liquors, E s Pacific nr Stockton 
Gueriu J. carrier, Le Phare 
GUERIN (John) & CO. {Etienne Costerauste and 

Ludovic PoUier), imps French dry-goods, 

105 Montgomery, res Paris 
Guerin (Michael) & Turney (Eugene P.), boots 

and shoes, cor Commercial and Battery, dwl 

cor Third and Bryant 
Guerinaud B. B. Justin, butcher, SE cor Dupont 

and Clay 
Guerinot P. works for F. Moigneu, S s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Guerker William, produce, dwl Market nr Third 
Guesuee Melainie (widow) saloon, NW cor Bran- 
nan and Ritch 
GufSn J. A. druggist, NE cor Montgomery and 

Sutter 
Gugelbarg Charles, sauces, 354 Stockton, rear 
Gugnina Nicholas, coffee-stand, SB cor Mission 

and Stewart 
Guichney John, grocer, cor Virginia and Pac 
Guide Joseph A. fishmonger, SE cor Sacramento 

and Drumm 
Guilbert Honore, clerk, 25 Washington Market, 

dwl Adele Alley 
Guilford John, sail-maker, W s Stewart bet Mis- 
sion and Market 
Guillemiu Ernest, laborer, with Eugene Guille- 

min 
Guillemin Eugene, laundry, 103 Third 
Guillott Jacques, tailor, E s Dupont nr Bdy 
Guinde E. painter, dwl cor Green and Dupont 
Guion Almira Mrs. (widow) dwl 153 Dupont 
Guion George, ship-carpenter, bds W s Third bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
Guirn Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Vallejo nr Mont 
Gullickson Severin (/. C. E. Klepzig & Co.) dwl 

212 Washington 
Gulliver Harriet (widow) liquors, SE cor Center 

and Dolores 
Gullixon August, dwl S s Jessie bet Second and 

Third 
Gullixson (Henry') & Nelson (John) carpets, 94 

Kearny, dwl S s Jessie bet Second and Tliird 
Gummer Fredrick, with J. J. LeCount, bds 269 

Stockton 
Gummer Sarah Mrs. boarding, 269 Stockton 
Gundlach Jacob, proptr Bavaria Brewery, N s 

Vallejo bet Dupont and Stockton 
Gundlach (Max) & Co. (Joseph Wassennann) 

boots and shoes, 7 8 Montgomery 
Gunn Felix, engineer, Pacific Foundry, dwl 24 

Minnie 
Gunn John, cooper, 150 Battery, res Alameda 
Gunn John, dentist, 126 Montgomery 
Gunn Peter, laborer, with Wm. Tittel 



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Gunn R. cooper, 150 Battery, dwl 123 California 
Gunn William, cooper, 150 Battery, dwl Union 

bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Gunning James {Johnson & G.) dwl cor East and 

^[e^c•llallt 
GUNNISON. {Andrew J.) PARKER (Samuel 

H) & COWLES (Samuel) attys at law, 98 

Merchant, dwl S s Silver nr Third 
Gunter Elizabeth Mrs. (widow) dwl Jackson 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Gunther Jacob, laundry, cor Hyde and Ellis 
Gunther Joseph, groceries, NTV cor Dupont and 

Union 
Gunther Lawrence, boots and shoes, 109 Kearny 
Guutrom John B. liquors, basement 128 aud 130 

Commercial, dwl 392 Powell 
Guatrum Cornelius, dwl Paul Court 227 Dupont, 

rear 
Gurme Henry L. feed, 370 Stockton 
Gurmendez Barbara Madame, dress-maker, dwl 

234 Sacramento 
Gurmendez Eloi, restaurant, dwl 234 Sac 
Guscetti Alphonso, fruits, 311 Dupont 
Gushee Frederick A. bds N s Bernard 
GUSHEE (Horace) & CURTIS (HeJiry K.) pro- 
duce and com mchts, 139 Washington, dwl 

W s Montgomery bet Yallejo and Green 
Gustus Carlo, musician, dwl 63 Dupont 
Gustus Taliferro, (colored) waiter, dwl 9 Post 
Guthrie Claude, carpenter, 161 Sacramento 
GUTHRIE G. W. proptr National, 78 Merchant 

and Deputy Surveyor, C. H. dwl N s Jack- 
son bet Stockton aud Powell 
Guthrie Jonathan, carpenter, dwl 6 Brooklyn 

Place 
Gutte Isidor, 123 Sacramento 
Guttman A. tailor, 209 Kearny 
Guvitt Charles, dwl W s Lafayette PI nr Green 
Guvitt Robert, (colored) boot-black, 172^ Clay 
Guy Abel, banker and com mcht. Wash op P. 0. 

dwl N 8 Sutter bet Powell and Stockton 
Guyant N. C. printer. Evening Telegram 
Guyot Julian, watch-maker, dwl NW cor Dupont 

and Vallejo 
Guzena Marcus, fruit-stand, E s Dupont bet Clay 

and Commercial 
Gwin E. bds What Cheer House 
Gwin John R. book-keeper, 115 Clay, bds Am. 

J)xchango 
Gwin Wm. M., U. S. Senator, dwl N s Jackson 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Gyer Henry, dwl 226 Powell 



H 

Haas Charles, painter, dwl 45 Kearny 
Haas Charles, jeweler, dwl Stone nr Jackson 
Haas S. A. L. cigars, NE cor Battery aud Wash, 

dwl cor Dupont and Broadway 
Haas Samuel, mcht, N s Sacramento nr Sansome, 

dwl N s Minnie bet Third and Fourth 
Haas (Solomon) & Rosenfeld (Julius) fancy goods 

86 California, dwl N s Minnie bet Third and 

Fourth 
Haase (Frederick) &, Schumacher (Frederick) 

groceries and liquors, NE cor Beale and Fol- 

som 



Haberlin Christian, cabinet-maker, with J. G. 

Clark & Co. 
Haberuicht F. clerk, 83 California, dwl S s Green 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Habersham William W. real estate agent, 88 

Montgomery 
Hackett Jeremiah, hostler, with P. Hunt & Co. 
Hackett Oliver G. laborer, at Chelsea Laundry, 

Third nr Bryant 
Hackett Patrick, bds with Benjamin H. Freeman 
Hackett Thomas, engineer, at Blethen & Bros's 

Factory 
Hackett Thomas S. clerk with Cummings & 

Swan, bds 8 Quincy 
Hackett Thomas W. wharfinger, Lombard Dock, 

dwl Union bet Taylor and Jones 
Hackett Wm. F. waiter, Union Club Rooms, dwl 

NW cor Montgomery and California 
Hackley S. bds What Clieer House 
Hadelen John, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Green and Powell 
Hadlar Harry, laborer, bds Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Hadlock Wm. waterman, bds 28 Battery 
Haehnlen Jacob F. ganger's dep't, C. H. dwl SW 

cor Rassette PI No. 2 and Sutter 
Haehnlen Louis A. ship-carver, 192 Jackson, bds 

with J. F. Haehnlen, SW cor Ras.sette PI 

and Sutter 
Haetting Conrad, tailor, bds with John M. Metz 
Hafermeyer Frederick (Houck & Co.) 42 Webb 
Haff William, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Hafky Isaac, dwl SW cor Bush and Kearny 
Hagan Austin, blacksmith, bds 99 Pine 
Hagan B. book-keeper, 80 Cal, dwl 379 Stockton 
Hagan Bernard, dwl E s Mason nr Jackson 
Hagan James, dwl 37 Minnie 
Hagan John, with S. F. Gas Co. 
Hagar Margaret E. Mrs. boarding, 247 and 249 

Powell 
Hagan Peter, coppersmith, bds with Mrs. Hagan 
Hagedorn H. C. architect, 88 Montgomery, dwl 

346 Powell 
Hagemann Frederick, (Deliger & H.) dwl 90 

Kearny 
Hagemann (P.) & Co. (J. B. Peterson) commission 

merchants, 74 Jackson 
Hagen G. soap manufactory, N s Mission bet 

Wood and Potter 
Hagen Henry, bds W s Mason bet Vallejo and 

Broadway 
Hagen Jacob, bds W s Mason bet Yallejo and 

Broadway 
Hagen Mrs. boarding, W s Mason bet Yal- 
lejo and Broadway 
Hagen Peter, paper-hanger, dwl S s Cards Alley 
Hagen Peter, bda W 8 Mason bet Yallejo and 

Broadway 
Hagen Robert, druggist, 124 Sacramento, dwl 

107 Broadway 
Hagener William, bar-keeper, Terminus H. Third 

nr King 
Hager G. D. Albion House, 38 Montgomery 
Hager George 0. salesman, I. B. Purdy & Co. N 

W cor Sansome and Commercial 
Hager John S. judge Fourth District Court, City 

Hall, dwl Union Hotel, Plaza 
Haggerty C. bds What Cheer House 



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Haggorty Daniel, cooper, dwl First bet Howard 
and Natoma, rear 

Ilagsiolt Thomas, dwl E s Ohio nr Broadway 

Hag^'in Bernard, painter, dwl Washington bet 
Mason and Taylor 

HAGGIN JAMES B. attorney at law, 1 and 2 
Court Block, dwl SW cor John and Powell 

Hagthrop Edward, stoves and tinware, 124 San- 
some, dwl S 8 Bush bet Mason and Taylor 

Hahn Henry, groceries, cor Clay and Wetmore 
Place 

Hahn John, with Oscar Amy, 144 Sacramento, 
dwl Prospect Place 

Hahn John C. saloon, dwl E s Anthony bet Mis- 
sion and Jessie 

Hahn Oscar, clerk, dwl NW cor Prospect Place 
and Clay 

Hahn "Wilhelmina Mrs. private boarding, E s 
Anthony nr Jessie 

Hahndelin Felix, watchman, What Cheer Rouse, 
dwl S s Sherwood Place bet Second and 
Third 

Hahne Augustus, clerk, bds with A. J. Plate 

HAIGHT FLETCHER M. & HENRY H. attor- 
neys at law, 176 Clay, dwl S s Jackson bet 
Ma>on and Taylor 

Haight Harrison, carpenter, dwl 4 Quincy Place 

Haight Henry, 112 Montgomery, bds Metropoli- 
tan Hotel 

Haight Henry B.. (F. If. & K K HaigU) dwl 
NE cor Mason and Pacific 

Haight Lafayette F. 104 and 106 Kearny, dwl 
237 Clay 

Hailer ( Christian) & Co. (John Bruns) proprietors 
German Brewery, 81 Bush 

Hailer Henry, at Hailer k Co.'s Brewery, dwl 81 
Bush 

Haine Arthur, book-keeper, Yulcan Iron "Works 
Co. dwl Musical Hall 

Haine Joseph, physician, 228 "Washington 

Haker "\Yilliam, salesman, 150 Kearny, dwl N s 
Sutter bet Kearny and Dupont 

Hale A. M. dwl cor Taylor and Market 

Hale D. W. (Janson, Bond & Co.) NW cor Bat- 
tery and Clay 

Hale Henry, commission merchant, 85 "Washing- 
ton, dwl cor Taylor and Sacramento 

Hale Henry M. (Bond & ff.) dwl NE cor Bryant 
and Second 

Hale Mathew, wood and coal, 38 "Washington, 
dwl St. Ann's Yalley 

Hale "William H. sail-maker, cor Pacific and 
Davis, dwl E s Prospect Place bet Sacra- 
mento and California 

Haley Dennis, dwl cor Broadway and Leaven- 
worth 

Haley Eliza, (widow) dwl S s Louise nr Fourth 

Haley James, carriage-maker, at H. Casebolt & 
Co. bds 25 Bush 

Haley Jeremiah, laborer, 85 Jackson 

Haley John, wood and coal, SE cor Broadway 
and Kearny, dwl NE cor Yer Mehr and Ras- 
sette Place, No 3 

Haley John, cook, St. Charles Hotel, 21 and 23 
First 

HALEY (^John J.) & BARCLAY {George E.) 
proprietors Hotel International, N s Jack- 
son bet Kearny and Montgomery 



Haley Joseph, laborer. Fort Point 

Hal«y Margaret Miss, dress-maker, bds with Jas. 

Hughes, E s Ecker 
Haley Mathew, bds 10 Stevenson 
Haley Michael, with S. F. Gas Co. dwl S s Ste- 
venson bet First and Second 
Haley Michael F. oysters, dwl 148 Commercial 
Haley Patrick, scavenger, dwl S s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Haley Robert, capt, steamship Pacific, dwl S s 

Green bet Stockton and Dupont 
Haley Thomas, bds 10 Stevenson 
Haley "William, laborer, dwl Bdy nr Leavenworth 
Haley "William H. cabinet-raaker, with J. G. 

Clark & Co. dwl 150 California 
Halger John, laborer, bds at T. Youngs', "W s 

Battery nr Yallejo 
Hall Abraham, calker, dwl S s Silver bet Third 

and Fourth 
Hall Andrew "W. flour and grain, dwl S s Bush 

bet Powell and Mason 
Hall Barnabas, wharfinger, cor Commercial and 

East, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Hall Charles, dwl cor Leavenworth and Clay 
Hall Charles, coach-maker, dwl 103 Jessie 
Hall Charles, N s "Washington bet Drumm and 

East, dwl cor Clay and Leavenworth 
HALL CHARLES R. boarding, 68 Mont 
Hall David "W. painter, bds Folsom bet Fiflh and 

Simmons 
Hall Edward, {Henry Johnson & Co.) dwl 280 

Stockton 
Hall Edward, engineer, S. F. Machine "Works, S 

W cor Market and Fremont 
Hall Edward, liquor saloon, NW cor Front and 

Chambers 
Hall Edward B. clerk, 136 Sacramento 
Hall E. L. dwl SE cor Jackson and Stone 
Hall Elbridge G. broker, dwl W s Taylor bet 

Sacramento and Clay 
Hall Eldredge, dwl SW cor Stockton and Pacific 
Hall Elisha, carpenter, dwl NE cor Broadway 

and Jones 
Hall Eliza, (widow) furnished rooms, El Dorado 

Building, cor "Washington and Kearny 
Hall F. S. bds What Cheer House 
Hall George D. laborer. City Laundry, SW cor 

Third and Brannan 
Hall George E. special policeman 
Hall G. M. (Loomis, Rail & Co.) res Sac City 
Hall Hamilton, bds withD. Dwyer, dwl N s Ellis 

bet Powell and Mason 
Hall Harvey, capt schooner Charles L. Case, 

Washington Street Wharf 
Hall Henry A. clerk, bds with Joseph F. Hall 
HALL (Isaac M.) & CO. (S. M. Balch) produce, 

fruit, etc. 41, 42 and 43 Washington Market, 

dwl N s Bryant bet Second and Third 
Hall James, saw-repairer, dwl W s Baldwin Court 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Hall James (colored) miner, dwl N s Pacific nr 

Mason 
Hall Jefferson, capt sloop Phillip Horn, Wash- 
ington St. Wharf 
Hall John, printer, California Christian Advocate, 

dwl cor Front and Chambers 
Hall John A. merchant, dwl NW cor Waverley 

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Hall John C. laborer, dwl New Texas House 
Hall .Toliii F. stencil-plate cutter, 64 Front 
Hall Joseph, furniture, 140 Mission 
Hall Joseph F. proprietor City Laundry, dwl E s 

Third bet Folsom and Harrison 
Hall Josiah S. book-keeper, with De Ro & El- 

dridge, dwl 194 Mission 
Hall Milton, capronter, 21 Leidosdorff, dwl 128 

Dupont 
Hall Mortimer J. forwarding department, Welle, 

Fargo k Co. 
Hall Peter P. coack-maker, dwl 37 and 39 Webb 
Hall Phillip J. drayman, dwl NE cor Townseud 

and Second 
Hall Q. A. carpenter, S s Summer above Mont- 
gomery, dwl Laura Lane nr Montgomery 
Hall R. & Co. (C and A. J. Langley) wholesale 

drugs, 143 aud 145 Clay 
Hall R. A. & W. H. (colored) Athaeneum Hall, 
273 Washington, dwl Mason bet Broadway 
and Vallejo 
Hall Robert, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Hall Samuel, miller, dwl Brenham PI nr Clay 
Hall Samuel, capt sloop Pynthia, Washington St. 

Wharf 
Hall Samuel M. laborer, U. S. Branch Mint 
Hall Thos. J. Looinis H. & Co.) dwl 277 Vallejo 
Hall Thomas L. dwl N s Folsom nr First 
Hall W. ir. (/?. A. & W. U. H. colored) dwl N s 

Vallejo nr Dupont 
Hall William, drayman, dwl Brenham PI nr Clay 
Hall Wm. laborer, bds with Mrs. Mary O'Brien 
Hall Winslow, carpenter, res Sutter bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Hall Winslow, calker, bds S s Silver bet Third 

and Fourth 
HALLKCK {H. W.) PEACHY {A. 0.) & BIL- 
LINGS {Frederick) attorneys at law, 47 
Montgomery Block, dwl SW cor Folsom 
and Second 
Haller Lucas (Davis & K) dwl SE cor SansOme 

and Market 
Haller Thomas, blacksmith, bds with Wm. Reh- 

nert, Fremont nr Folsom 
Hallett Atwood, clerk, bds 233 Kearny 
Hallett George, laundry, dwl 126 Bush 
Hallett W. P. attorney at law, 45 Mont Block 
Hallidie {Andreiu S.) & Co. (Thos. G. Bradford) 

wire-rope manufacturers, 179 Stockton 
Halligan John, butcher, dwl 220 Stockton 
Hallinan Nathaniel, blacksmith, dwl with James 

Brady 
HALLOCK J. Y. & CO. (E. G. Parker, Miles B. 
Carpenter and C. Gliristiansen) importers of 
Hardware, 99 Sansome, dwl W s Powell bet 
Jackson and Washington 
Hallowell George R. carpenter, dwl 108 Sutter 
Hallowell Samuel L. merchant, dwl 168 Bush 
Halls John, dwl 227- Dupont, Paul's Court 
Halphen Alexander, dry goods, 197 A Kearny 
Halsey Charles, attorney at law, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Commercial, dwl cor Hyde and 
Greenwich 
Halsey William F. (Fordham, Jennings & Co.) 

resides Horsetown 
Halstead David, carpenter, dwl 273 Wash, rear 
Halstead James, dwl 273 Washington, rear 
Halstead Richard, dwl 273 Washington, rear 



Halsted Eminel P. attorney at law, with Steb- 

bins & Tompkins, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Ham Edward A. printer, at California Farmer, 

dwl cor California and St. Mark's Place 
Ham I. II. (L'yan & Co.) dwl Third nr Folsom 
Ham J. Harris, salesman, with Frank Baker, 

112 Clay 
Hamann John D. porter, with Peck, Rodgers & 

Co. dwl U. S. Court Building 
Hambly M. Clayton, clerk, with C. L. Kellogg 

& Co. bds 64 Broadway 
Hambly Samuel, clerk, 86 Montgomery 
Hambly Thomas C. attorney at law, office NE 

cor Montgomery and California, dwl NE cor 

Powell and Clay 
Hambly William, printer,.dwl NE cor Clay and 

Powell 
Hambord Charles, ballaster, dwl SW corner San- 
some and Filbert 
Hamburg Adam, upholsterer, with J. G. Clark & 

Co. dwl N W cor Third and Howard 
Hamburg Charles, job cart, dwl N s Union nr 

Dupont 
Hamburg Valentine, upholsterer, with J. G. Clark 

& Co. dwl NW cor Third and Howard 
Hamburger Baruch, dwl 9 Minnie 
Hamburger Brothers (Bernard and David) fancy 

dry goods. 111 Sacramento, dwl 9 Minnie 
Hamburger Charles L. carpenter, dwl S s Jessie 

bet First and Second 
Hamburger David {Hamburger Bros.) Ill Sac 
Hamel Anatole, teacher, dwl Broadway nr Stock 
Hamilton A. job printer, 130 Washington, dwl N 

s Spring nr California 
Hamilton Alfred (colored) dwl S s Broadway bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Hamilton ( Chas. F. ) & Co. (R. F. Layering) photo- 
graphic gallery, 113 Mont dwl W s 'Third nr 

Silver 
Hamilton Isaac, dwl Adele Alley bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Hamilton James, bds 18 South Park 
Hamilton James E. merchant, bds N s Folsom 

bet Third and Fourth 
Hamilton John, seaman, bds 32 Natoma 
Hamilton Joseph, harness-maker, with Main & 

Winchester, dwl N s Folsom bet Third aud 

Fourth 
Hamilton Robert, plasterer, dwl S s Minnie bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Hamilton W. F. real estate, bds Union Hotel 
Hamilton W. H. actor, American Theater 
Hamilton William, blacksmith, at 64 Sansome 
Hamlin Francis J. clerk, with Smiley, Yerkes & 

Co. dwl SE cor Third and Howard 
Hamm Joseph T. accountant, dwl Clay Avenue 

nr Clay 
Hamman Jno. H. (ffeinschne & Co.) dwl 242 Clay 
Hamman J. T. bds Benton House 
Haramar John W. NE cor California and Mont 
Hammell Bros. {F. J. & L. A.) boots and shoes, 

112 Commercial 
Hammell L. A. Hammell Bros.) 112 Commercial 
Hammer Edward H. clerk, with T. H. Selby & 

Co. dwl SW cor Kearny and Union 
Hammers L. F. {Qmllen&. H.) dwl 305 Stockton 
Hammerschmidt John, shaving-saloon, E s Third 

bet Howard and Mission 



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Hamtnersclimilh Jeanette Mrs. coffee and con- 
fectionery, 120 Kearny, dwl E 8 Dupout bet 
Sacramento and California 
Haniraorsclimitli John E. clerk, dwl E s Dupont 

bot Sacramento and California 
HammorscUinitli Simon, furnisiied rooms, E s 

Dupont bet Sacramento and California 
Hammersmith W. paper-hanger, dwl E 3 Pinck- 

uey Place bet Kearny and Hinkley 
Hammed Philip, watch-maker, bds with Rodolph 

Luedke 
Hammill J. watchman. Union Fovindry 
Hammill John, teamster. Fort Point 
Hammill William, editor Monitor, dwl near cor 

Pacific and Van Ness Avenue 
Hammond Andrew E. carpenter, Union between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Hammond Jas. capt sloop Rhode Island, Wash- 
ington St. Wharf 
Hammond James, clerk, dwl 20 Harlan Place 
Hammond James jr. clerk, 146 Sacramento, dwl 

Harlan Place 
Hammond John, blacksmith, at 21 Drumm, dwl 

Post bet Kearny and Dupont 
Hammond John, office 23 California 
Hammond Joshua, clerk, 23 California 
Hammond La Fayette, cashier, U. S. B. Mint, 

dwl 263 Sacramento 
Hammond Mary Miss, boarding, Bush op Metro- 
politan Hotel 
Hammond Robert (William & R. Hammond) dwl 

20 Harlan Place 
Hammond Thomas E. (Fowler & K) dwl 66 

Montgomery 
Hammond W. physician, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
HAMMOND WILLIAM, & ROBERT, gents fur- 
nishing goods, 146 Sacramento, dwl 20 Har- 
lan Place 
Hampshaw William H. liquor-saloon, 43 Com- 
mercial 
Hampton Robert, groceries, NW corner Clay 
and Mason, dwl Taylor bet Greenwich and 
Filbert 
Han Adolph, dwl S a Vallejo bet Mason and 

Powell 
Hancock John, foreman Daily Times, dwl E s 

Mason bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Hancock Samuel, dwl 17 Second 
Hancock William, wood and coal, 124 Jessie 
Hand Charles T. treasurer, T. Maguire, bds Ho- 
tel International 
Hand Stephen H. clerk, cor Front and Jackson, 

dwl N s Jackson bet Front and Battery 
Hand W. M. clerk, with A. L. Edwards & Co. 
Hands John, waiter, 211 Washington 
Handy James, teamster, dwl W s Stockton bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Handy (Lucien) & Co. (Francis Arnold) coopers, 
N s Oregon nr Battery, dwl Bush bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Handy Wm. L. (Newman & H.) dwl S 8 Green- 
wich bet Dupont and Stockton 
Haney Edward, at S. F. Gas Co. dwl with Jas. 

Stoddard 
Haney James, drayman, dwl corner Pacific and 

Davis 
Haney Thomas H. contractor, dwl N 3 Brannan 
bet Price and Harris 



Haney William (Meeker & Co) dwl 205 Kearny 

HANEY WM. W. proptr Gem Saloon, NE cor 
Front and Sacramento, dwl 25G Stockton 

Haney William W. Mrs. millinery, 256 Stockton 

Hanford Benj. T. policeman, dwl 107 Broadway 

Hauford Robert, dwl cor Taylor and Filbert 

Hanford William, auctioneer, dwl 6 Brandon PI 

Hangary Henry, ship-carpenter, dwl E s Zoe 
Place nr Folsom 

Hanks Henry G. painter, at 185 Montgomery, 
bds Benton House 

Hanley George W. stevedore, dwl Sacramento 
near East 

Hanley J. dwl N s Market bet Taylor and Jones 

Hanley Michael, laborer. Fort Point 

Hanley Thomas, carpenter, dwl Polk Lane near 
Stockton 

Hanlon P. J. proptr Benton House, Commercial 
bet Kearny and Montgomery 

Hanlon Valentine, drayman, dwl N s Union nr 
Montgomery 

Hanna Christina Miss, dwl with P. Rich'd Hanna 

Hanna John, Dept County Clerk, dwl W s Tay- 
lor bet Clay and Sacramento 

Hanna John Jr. imptr hops, cement and plaster, 
57 Clay, dwl 345 Powell 

Hanna Levi, capt schr Ann R. Forbes, Washing- 
ton St. Wharf 

Hanna P. Richard, ship-carpenter, dwl S s How- 
ard bet First and Second 

Hanna Thomas, 5 Sacramento 

Hannagan William, employee, U. S. B. Mint 

Hannah Harriet Mrs. nurse, dwl 388 Powell 

Hannah James, dwl 388 Powell 

Hannah Robert, merchant, dwl N s Washington 
bet Mason and Taylor 

Hannavan Patrick, driver for Metropolitan Ba- 
kery, dwl 44 Pacific 

Hannen John, porter, with R. E. Brewster & Co. 

Hannfin Jeremiah J. liquors. Pacific nr Drumm 

Hannigan Patrick, carpenter, dwl N s Jessie bet 
First and Second 

Hannon John, dwl NE cor Chamber and Bat- 
tery 

Hanrahan John, plasterer, boards with William 
Roach 

Hanrahan P. bar-keeper, 122 Sacramento 

Hanretty James, Philadelphia House, NE corner 
Oregon and Davis 

Hansbrough W. B. dwl 97 Montgomery Block 

Hanscom Isaiah ( Goddard, H. & Rankin) resides 
Mare Island 

Hanscom John 0. book-keeper. Pacific Foundry, 

dwl SE cor Bush and Sansome 
Hansel! Charles, ship-carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Hansen Geo. D. teacher of languages, 148 Mont 
Hansen Peter, laborer, dwl 176 Mission 
Hansing Otto, cigars, dwl 379 Powell 
Hanson Alexander, ( Winard & Co.) dwl N a 

Harrison nr Third 
Hanson Andrew G. blacksmith, cor Sacramento 

and Davis, dwl 32 Montgomery 
Hanson Charles, dwl SW cor Vallejo and Davis 
Hanson (John C.) & Sayburan (John) block, 

pump and spars, 3 California 
Hanson Louis, harness-maker, 37 Sansome 
Hanson Peter, capt sloop Vigilance, Clay Street 
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Hanson Stephen 13. drayman, dwl with Mrs. 

Olivia B. Johnson 
Hanson T. bar-keeper, for Michael O'Brien, dwl 

SW cor Vallejo and Davis 
Uanson Thomas, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Hanson Thomas, capt sloop Sea Uorse, "Wash- 
ington St. Wharf 
Hansmanu Henry, com merchant and con.'iulate 

Prussia and Oldenburg, office 76 Jackson 
Hantford W. T. 102 Battery 
Haraszthy Charles, assayer, dwl S s Jessie bet 

Second and Third 
Harber Thomas, roofer, dwl SE cor Rassette PI 

No 3 and Sutter 
Harberger W. bds What Cheer House 
Harbord William, capt sloop Surprise, Clay St. 

Wharf 
Harby Horace, dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Harden Benj. drayman, SE cor Front and Wash- 
ington, dwl Clara 
Harders G. F. grocer, SE cor Bdy and Powell 
Hardie {B.) and Rutenberg (J. II.), imps dry- 
goods, 85 Sacramento, dwl S s Bush bet 

Powell and Mason 
Harding (John) & Linekin (Ira W.) sail-makers, 

55 Front up stairs 
Harding Samuel C. collector, Frank Baker, dwl 

W s Stockton bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Ilardison John, calker, dwl with Henry Morgan 
Hardwick J. capt schr Osceola, Pacific St. Wharf 
Hardy Benjamin F. physician and surgeon, 14 and 

16 Montgomery 
Hare Alexander, plasterer, dwl cor Hyde and 

Bush 
Hare Charles, ship-tackling, S s Folsom nr Spear 
Hare George W. laborer, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

W s Prospect Place bet California and Sac 
Hare P. butcher, S s Jackson nr Davis 
Hare Thomas, pattern-maker. Union Iron Works, 

dwl S s Francisco nr Stockton 
Harey Henry bar-keeper, dwl 180 Jackson 
Harford Hosea, calker, bds 18 Sansome 
Harford James H. calker, bds E s Sansome bet 

Bush and Market 
Hargedan Patrick, plasterer, dwl S s St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Stockton 
Harges Dedrich {Lewis <fc Co.), cor Francisco 

and Midway 
Hargitt Godfrey, carpenter, dwl E s Kearny bet 

Union and Green 
Harker J. W. commission merchant, 92 Front, 

dwl Green nr Leavenworth 
Harker William, dwl N s Sutter bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Hark in Bernard, laborer, dwl W s Jane bet 

Mission and Jessie 
Harking George (Koopman & H.) dwl 38 Pacific 
Harkins Margaret Mrs. washing, dwl NW cor 

Mission and Stewart 
Harkins Robert L. dwl Portrero, SE Brannan 

St. Bridge 
Harkness John J. bds Railroad House 
Harloy Charles, rags and junk. Commercial below 

Davis, dwl Howard cor Harris 
Harley Daniel, waiter. Railroad House 
Harley Francis A. driver ice-wagon, S s Broad- 
way bet Front and Davis 



Harley James, tinsmith, at cor Washington and 
Front, dwl Mission Dolores 

Harley Janet, (widow), dwl NE cor Howard 
and Harris 

Harloy Jo-^eph, molder, Fulton Foundry, First 

Harley Patrick, carpenter, dwl S s Broadway nr 
Gough 

Harlock Margaret Mrs. midwife, dwl S s Hunt 
bet Second and Third 

Harlock Robert, mason, dwl S 8 Hunt bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

Harlock Thomas, boiler-maker, with Cofiey & 
Risdon, dwl S s Third bet Mis and Howard 

Harlow James 0. capt schr Rianca, Washington 
St. Wharf 

Harlow Marcus, capt schr Black Prince, Wash- 
ington St. Wharf 

Harlow Mathew, machinist, bds 119 Pine 

Harmes Henry, dwl cor Kearny and Union 

Harmon George, drayman, dwl Brenham Place 
nr Clay 

Harmon Henry, salesman, 145 Washington, dwl 
W s Montgomery nr Vallejo 

Harmon J. A. driver. Eclipse Bakery, E a Dupont 
nr Union 

HARMON (John B.) & LAB ATT {Henry J.) 
attys at law, SW cor Commercial and Mont- 
gomery, dwl Oakland 

Harmon Samuel H. {Heyivood & H.) dwl 34 Clem- 
entina 

Harmondy Frederick, Stockholm Saloon, East nr 
Jackson 

Harms Claus, clerk, for Louis Meyer, bds NW 
cor Harrison and Fremont 

Harnan Michael, produce, dwl E s Dupont bet 
Post and Sutter 

Harnden Frederick A. clerk, banking dept Wells, 
Fargo & Co. dwl 23 Natoma 

Harnden Sarah W. (widow), dwl 23 Natoma 

Harnden William H. clerk, express dept Wells, 
Fargo & Co. dwl 23 Natoma 

Harnett Michael, wood and coal, 100 Bush, bds 
Philadelphia House 

Harney Daniel, laborer. Fort Point 

Harper Catherine (widow), washing, dwl W a 
Brooks bet Market and Geary 

Harrigan Andrew, dwl NW cor Yallejo and 
Powell 

Harrigan Cornelius, dwl W s Scott bet Pacific 
and Broadway 

Harrigan David, atty at law, dwl Francisco nr 
Dupont 

Harrington {Alexander E.\ & How {George R.), 
saloon, SE cor Howard and Third 

Harrington Benjamin, stone-cutter, dwl S s Clay 
bet Mason and Taylor 

HARRINGTON CHESTER L. commission mer- 
chant, 64 Clay, dwl 134 Bush (see adver- 
tisement) 

Harrington Dennis, bar-keeper, 187 Montgomery, 
dwl Pacific nr Montgomery 

Harrington E. B. messenger Wells, Fargo & Co. 
dwl 39 Montgomery 

Harrington, Jeremiah, stone-cutter. Fort Point 

Harrington John, seaman, dwl 7 Albion Place 

Harrington John F. Rev. asst pastor St. Francis 
Church and asst teacher SL Thomas School, 
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Ilarrinpton Owen, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bcis with John Broderick 
Harrington Peter, laborer, dwl Montgomery nr 

Broadway, rear 
TTarrington Phineas, farmer, dwl 27 Buph 
Harrington W. jeweler, with Louderbaek & 

Baldwin 
Harris Abraham H. accountant, 84 Sacramento 

and 181 Clay 
Harris Alexander, clerk. S s Jackson nr East 
Harris A. E. waiter. Railroad House 
Harris Alfred R. teamster, 127 Sacramento 
Harris Avery T. book-keeper, with City and Co. 

Tax Co'llector, dwl W s Stanly Place near 

Harrison 
Harris Benjamin, gun and lock-smith, Leidesdorflf 

bet Sacramento and Commercial, dwl Third 

nr Harrison 
Harris C. capt schr Cornelia Terry, Washington 

St. "Wharf 
Harris Catharine (widow), dwl with John Harris 
Harris Charles, with N. Deiser, dwl 336 Dupont 
Harris Daniel, butcher, dwl 88 Kearny 
Harris David, tailor, 1 64 Battery 
Harris Edward, clothing, 109 Commercial 
Harris Edwin, clerk, W. T. Coleman & Co 
Harris Ellen Mrs. lodgings, Harris H. 91 Pine 
Harris E. R. stevedore, dwl 95 Pine 
Harris George, SE cor Mont and Commercial 
Harris George, dwl Jones nr O'Farrell 
Harris George, drayman, dwl 91 Dupont, rear 
Harris George, tailor, 164 Battery 
Harris George A. book-keeper, with Sitka Ice 

Co. dwl 368 Powell 
Harris H. dwl 336 Dupont 
Harris {E.) k, Marchand {D.) assayers, 105 Sac 
Harris Hannah, (widow) dwl 75 Jessie 
Harris Herman, tailor, 134 Mission 
Harris Isaac, clothing, 127 Davis 
Harris J. bds at Railroad House 
Harris Jane Mrs. second hand furniture, "W s 

First bet Mission and Minnie 
Harris Jane Mrs. dress-maker, dwl 258 Clay 
Harris [J. F.) & Weaver {Henry Jr.) butter, 

fruit, etc. 51 "Washington Market, dwl W s 

Taylor bet Bush and Sutter 
Harris J. L. ( Otis V. Sawyer & Co.) bds Minnie 

bet Second and Third 
Harris John, mate, stmr Cortez, dwl E s Ecker 

bet Stevenson and Jessie 
Harris John, bar-keeper, with J. T. Jones, 132 

California 
Harris Joseph L. clerk, dwl with W. F. Whittier 
Harris Lemuel, dwelling W s Stanly Place near 

Harrison 
Harris Lewis, furniture, 284| Dupont 
Harris Lewis W. {Bennett &'H.) N s Folsom bet 

Price and Harris 
Harris Marks, tailor, cor Pacific and Virginia 
Harris Marks, clothing, 180 Kearny 
Harris Marx, cap manufactory, 164 Commercial 
Harris Michael, intelligence office, dwl E s 

Rassette Place No. 1, near Sutter 
Harris Michael G. tailor, 249 Clay 
Harris Moses, hand-cartman, dwl S s Jessie bet 

First and Second 
Harris piloses H. molder, dwl SE cor Sacramento 

and Davis 



Harris Samuel, commission merchant, dwl W s 

First bet Mission and Minnie 
Harris Simon, merchant, dwl 49 St. Mark's Place 
Harris Thomas, store-keeper, steam-ship John L. 

Stephens, dwl W s Mason bet Jackson and 

Washington 
Harris Timothy, machinist, dwl 258 Clay 
Harris Udolph, boot-maker, cor Commercial and 

East 
Harris William, locksmith, W s Montgomery nr 

Jackson 
Harrison Andrew, ship-carpenter, bds with John 

McComb 
Harrison Charles H. pilot, dwl S b Francisco nr 

Dupont 
Harrison Christopher, boards Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Harrison George L. dwl Tehama House 
Harrison Isabella, (widow) dry-goods. 183 Kearny 
Harrison James Y. book-keeper, dwl N s Clay 

bet Ritch and Fourth 
Harrrison John, engineer, San Francisco Sugar 

Refinery 
Harrison John, ( Griffin & K) dwl cor Dupont 

and Washington 
Harrison Peter, carriage-maker, dwl N s Mission 

bet Tracy and Sparks 
Harrison Randolph, U. S. Ganger, Custom House, 

bds 263 Sacramento 
Harrison William J. clerk, dwl 183 Kearny 
Harrison William S. composition ornaments, dwl 

NE cor Third and Folsom 
Harriss Charles, laborer, dwl Drumm near Wash 
Harrod William J. carpenter, bds N. Y. Hotel 
Harrold James (i?. E. Breicster & Co.) dwl N s 

Greenwich bet Dupont and Stockton 
Harrold John, {Lyon & Co.) dwl 106 Jessie 
Harrop John, assist engineer, at Chelsea Laun- 
dry, dwl S s Clary bet Ritch and Fourth 
Harrop Samuel, boiler-maker, with Coffey & 

Risdon 
Hart Charies B. clerk, with J. B. Hart, dwl Clay 

near Powell 
Hart David, clerk, dwl 179 Pine 
Hart Daniel, laborer, dwl Broadway nr Sansome 
Hart Jesse, brick-layer, dwl NW cor Bush and 

Montgomery 
HART JESSE B. attorney at law, 101 Merchant, 

dwl N s Clay near Powell 
Hart John, blacksmith, 105 Kearny, dwl 10 

Brown's Place 
Hart John, proprietor Sacramento Street Hotel, 

between Drumm and East 
Hart Lawrence C. San Francisco Sugar Refinery, 

dwl 18 Sacramento 
Hart Louis, sauer-kraut manuf, 18 Sacramento 
Hart Michael, wood and coal, E s Powell bet 

Jackson and Pacific, dwl Bryant Place 
Hart Patrick, at Bay Warehouse, NW cor Lom- 
bard and Montgomery 
Hart Prince S. house and sign painter, 55 Wash 
Hart Richard store-keeper, bds 92 Pacific 
Hart Samuel, dwl S s Bush bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Hart Samuel {A. Strasser & Co.) 6 and 8 Clay 

Street Market 
Hart Thomas, molder, bds 182 Pacific 
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Hart Thomas, waiter, What Cheer House 

Hart Williatn, laborer, dwl W s Yerba Buena bet 

Sacramento and Cahfornia 
HART ( William) & STEVENSON {Jonathan D.) 
attorneys at law, 87 Merchant, dwl near 
Sans Souci House 
Harteveld Adolphus, clerk, dwl 133 Bush 
Hartlbrd John, laborer, dwl E a Ohio near Bdy 
Hartjen Ernest, tailor, dwl "W s Second between 

Market and Mission 
Hartley Catherine, (widow) furnished rooms, 4 

Brown's Place 
Hartley William, brick-layer, bds 18 Bush 
Hartley William H. currier, with Lyman K. 

Smith, Laguna near Presidio Road 
Hartman Eugene, liquors, S s Pacific nr Stockton 
Hartmau Henry, dwl cor Lombard and Mason 
Hartman J. attorney at law, boards Metropolitan 

Hotel 
Hartman Jacob, molder, bds with Chas. Wochatz 
Hartman William, groceries, NW cor Kearny and 

Jackson 
Hartmann Charles, laborer, dwl NW cor Clay and 

Davis 
Hartmann J. bds What Cheer House 
Hartmaun Jacob, hats and caps, 151 Kearny 
Harlnatt Morris, vegetables, 57 Jessie 
Hartnell Henry, gardener, Mission Nursery, 

Market near Dolores 
Hartnet John, miner, bds 46 Sansome 
Hartnett Michael, retortman, S. F. Gas Company 
Hartshorn B. M. coal, cor Battery and Front, dwl 
N s Broadway bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Hartshorn Samuel, Bank Exchange, Mont Block 
Hartuug Theodore, jeweler, with John Fischer 
Harty Peter, {Prayer & Co.) dwl 207 Kearny 
Harty William, mariner, dwl Union bet Jones 

and Taylor 
Hartzell Charles A. painter, at 119 Washington, 
dwl E s Dupont bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Harvey James C. painter, Montgomery bet Jack- 
son and Washington, dwl Clay bet Powell 
and Mason 
Harvey Julian, clothing, dwl NW cor Clay and 

Stockton 
Harvey W. H. compositor. Daily Times, dwl 230 

Clay 
Harwey Charles, carpenter, dwl Green nr Stock- 
ton, rear 
Harwood Henry, drayman, with Masten & Gam- 
mans 
Harwood Thomas, carpenter, dwl N a Green- 
wich nr Kearny 
Harwood William S. carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Hasbach Otto, C. H. Broker, U. S. Court Build- 
ings, Battery near Washington, dwl 170 
Sansome 
Hasekiel Myer, merchant, California bet San- 
some and Battery, dwl 247 Powell 
Haseltiue Charles E. stevedore, dwl SW cor 

Front and Pine 
HASELTINE HAZEN & CO. shipstores and 

provisions, 76, 78 and 80 Commercial 
Haseltine Hazen, Jr., 80 Commercial, dwl Fol- 

som nr Second 
Hashagan {John) & Co. {Henry Gossans) NW 

cor Stockton and Broadway 
Haskell B. dwl E s Powell nr Broadway 



Haskell D. H. dwl Oriental Hotel 

Haskell George S. & Co. family groceries, 14 
Montgomery, dwl 7 Tehama 

HASKELL LKONIDAS & CO. hides, wool, etc. 
W s Davis nr California, dwl Black Point 

Ha.skell {Ltonidas) k Co. {G. S. Dana) Pacific 
Glue Factory, Laguna nr Presidio Road 

Haskell Waldo F. cutler, dwl Market bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Haskin Henry R. compositor. Daily Times, dwl 
Harlan Place 

Haslan Henry, at 82 Jackson, dwl cor Pine and 
Jones 

Hassan Moses, watch-maker, dwl 201 Clay 

Hassett James H. bds with Henry L. Dodge 

Hassett Malachi R. bar-keeper, dwl NW cor 
Commercial and Kearny 

Hassey Frank A. clerk, with Kellogg & Hum- 
bert, dwl 227 California 

Hasson James C. freight clerk, C. S. N. Co. dwl 
144 Washington, room 5 

Hasson William, blacksmith. Pacific Foundry, 
dwl E s Hubbard bet Folsom and Howard 

Haste Eliza, (widow) furnished rooms, dwl 186 
California 

HASTE {John H.) & KIRK {Christian) coal 
yard, 149 California, dwl N s Ellis bet Mason 
and Powell 

Hastings James, butcher, W s Taylor bet Clay 
and Sacramento 

Hastings John, carpenter, dwl 3 Bay State Row 

Hastings John, physician, 186 Washington 

Hastings Samuel A. dwl N s Yirginia Place bet 
Pine and California 

Hastings S. Clinton, attorney at law, 98 Mer- 
chant, resides Benicia 

Hastier Davis, glazier, dwl cor Sacramento and 
East 

Hasty I. C. Miss, assistant teacher primary 
department, California Street School 

Haswell John C. printer, 151 Clay 

Haswell M. bds Benton House 

Haswell Thomas, laborer, bds S s Chambers bet 
Front and Battery 

Hatch A. D. commission merchant, 44 Washing- 
ton Mkt, dwl Sutter bet Hyde and Larkin 

Hatch A. J., U. S. D. S. bds Tremont House 

Hatch Arthur, stevedore, dwl N s Sacramento 
bet Mason and Taylor 

Hatch Charles, steward, Hillman's Temperance 
House 

Hatch Laura Mrs. dress-maker, W s Stockton 
bet Clay and Washington 

HATCH T. H. & CO. {R. M. Brangon) commis- 
sion merchants, 44 Washington Market, 
dwl N s Sutter bet Hyde and Larkin 

Hatfield Kate M. (widow) dwl E. S. Mason bet 
O'Farrell and Geary 

Hathaway A. L. book-keeper, 8 Clay, bds Cen- 
tral Place 

Hathaway Albert, brick-yard, NE cor Filbert 
and Dupont 

Hathaway Andrew H. works for Bull, Baker & 
Co. dwl 8 Clay 

Hathaway B. W. physician, dwl 148 Montgom- 
ery 

Hathaway Charles B. stevedore, dwl E s Selina 
Place, nr California 



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Hathaway (-S". T) & Co. produce commission 
merdiauls, 8 Clay, bds Ceutral Place bet 
Kearuy and Dupont 

Hathawaj' L. B. laborer, with James M. Ray- 
mond, cor Pine and Van Ness Arenue 

Hatiiorne Henry W. commission merchant, dwl 
•with D. C. McRuer 

Hatman George, gardener, dwl Presidio near 
Union 

Haubert Jacob, "W s Third bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

Haubold (F.) & Martenstein (J.) boots and shoes, 
88 Montgomery 

Hauck Louis (G. E. Ball & Co.) dwl SE cor 
Jackson and Montgomery 

Hauff Susan A. (widow) dwl 50 Post 

Haugherty James, tailor, at SW cor Commercial 
and Sansome, dwl 144 Sacramento 

Hauser Charles, boot and shoe manufacturer, 
163 Washington 

Hauser David, shoes, 204 Dupont, dwl E s Du- 
pont nr Green 

Hauser J. Cassimere, book-keeper, Bavaria Brew- 
ery, dwl N 8 Vallejo bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

Haussmann Adolph, commission merchant, dwl 
. 239 Clay 

Havelock Henry, compositor, Alta California, 
dwl 251 Kearny 

HAVEN J. P. & JOHNSTON, W. B. insurance 
agents and proctors in admiralty, 106 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 397 Powell 

HAVEN R. S. insurance agent. Underwriters 
Rooms, U. S. Court Building, Battery nr 
"Washington, dwl S s Clay bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Haven William S. purser P. M. S. S. Golden 
Age 

Havens Francis D. butter, eggs and fruit, 4 
Washington Market, dwl cor Mission and 
Jane 

Havens Henry T. {Dore &, K) dwl S s Tehama 
bet First and Second 

Havens Wickham S. clerk with Dore & Havens 
dwl with H. T. Havens 

Haviland Benjamin, agent, Hill's Air Light, 37 
Kearny 

Hawes Charles M. carpenter, dwl Portrero, SE 
Brannan St. Bridge 

HAWES HORACE, attorney at law, office 176 
Clay, dwl NW cor Stock and Greenwich 

Hawkins Ann L. Miss, seamstress, dwl with 
Mrs. E. Hawkins 

Hawkins Arthur, molder. Union Foundry, bds 
St. Charles Hotel, First 

Hawkins David D. (colored) barber, bds 132 
Broadway 

Hawkins David H. (colored) laborer, bds N s 
Harrison nr Fourth 

Hawkins Elizabeth, (widow) seamstress, dwl N 
s Minnie bet Second and Third 

Hawkins Henry, laborer, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 
Harrison nr Fourth 

Hawkins James, machinist. Union Foundry 

Hawkins John P. saddler, at 74 Davis, bds Na- 
tional Hotel 

Hawkins Michael, machinist. Union Foundry, 
bds New Orleans House 



Hawkins William, machinist. Union Foundry, 

bds New Orleans House 
Hawkins William, laborer, S. F. Gas Co. dwl 

W s Baldwin Court bet Folsorn and Howard 
Hawkins William, at H. Casebolt & Co., dwl 157 

California 
Hawkins Wm. Jr. machinist, at Donahue's 

Foundry, W s First bet Mission and Jessie 
Hawkins W. J. dwl 119 Broadway 
Hawks Egnes, machinist, Union Foundry 
Hawks J. Davis (Goodwin & Co.) dwl N s Mis- 
sion bet Third and Fourth 
Hawley Chae. A. salesman with Hawley & Co. 

dwl E s Second nr Folsom 
HAWLEY CHARLES J. & CO. family groceries, 

SB cor Mission and Second 
Hawley Christopher, bds 280 Stockton 
Hawley David N. {Hawley & Co.) dwl Park PI 

bet Essex and Second 
Hawley Ebenezer R. proptrs City Laundry, nr 

SW cor Brannan and Third 
Hawley George, engineer, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Hawley George T. {Hatuky & Co.) dwl Park PI 

bet Essex and Second 
Hawley Jacob C. clerk, C. J. Hawley & Co. dwl 

E s Mason bet Union and Green 
Hawley ( Walttr N.) & Co. {David N. & George 

T. Hawley) imps hardware, SE cor California 

and Battery, res Marysville 
Hawley Wm. H. & Co. (of Marysville) off with R. 

E. Brewster & Co. 
Haws Ebenezer, laborer, dwl Stockton nr Filbert, 

rear 
Haws Madison, dwl NW cor Taylor and Pine 
Hawxhurst E. Miss, assistant teacher, Hyde St. 

Mixed School 
Hawxhurst Robert {Hawxhurst & Son) dwl 29 

Clementina 
HAWXHURST {Walter) & SON {Robert Hawx- 
hurst) wooden- ware, brooms, etc. 39 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 29 Clementina 
Haxter Bernard, farmer, dwl 6 Minnie 
Hay A. bds What Cheer House 
Hay Alexander, ship-carpenter, bds with Wm. 

Baldwin 
Hay Alex, miller at Salt Mills, SW cor Davis and 

Washington 
Hay Auguste, laundry, dwl W a Dupont near 

Green 
Hay J. McHardy, salesman, with J. Bryant Hill, 

dwl N s Tehama nr Third 
Hayden Grenville G. dentist, 113 Montgomery 
Hayden Henry, dwl NW cor Clay and Prospect 

HAYDEN HENRY C. ag't for Wheeler & Wil- 
son's sewing-machines, SW cor Montgomery 
and Sacramento, dwl 212 Washington 

Hayden Ira, butcher, at 56 Washington Market, 
bds Sansome House 

Hayden James H. with H. C. Hayden, dwl S s 
Washington above Plaza 

Hayden J. Leonora (widow) dwl S s Minnie bet 
Second and Third 

Hayden John, bds 92 Pacific 

Hayden John J. hair-cutter, 163 Clay, dwl 127 
Kearny 

Hayden U. P. clams and oysters, S s Chambers 
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Hiiyes A. II. printer, dwl 7 Waverley Place 
Hayes Conrad, laborer, dwl Rassette Place No. 1 

nr Sutter 
Hayes Daniel D. drayman, dwl 41 i Minnie 
Hayes E. N. Mrs. dwl 259 Stockton 
Hayes E. R. jeweler, with R. B. Gray & Co. 
Hayes George, painter, dwl SW cor Mary Lane 

and Bush 
Hayes George, driver, Loguo & Skelly, dwl S s 

Market op Sansorae 
Hayes George, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Hayes Geo. W. ( Wbrthington &H.) dwl cor Bush 

and Mary Lane 
Hayes Henry, broker, bds Sutter St. House 
Hayes {Henry S.) &■ Skidniore (James) Milk- 
man's Exchange Saloon. 159 Kearny 
HAYES (James) & PRITCHARD (James E.) 

marble yard, 166 California, dwl S s Bush 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Hayes James, laborer, dwl S a Natoma bet First 

and Second 
Hayes James, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Hayes John, laborer, dwl N s Dupont Place nr 

Dupont 
Hayes John, laborer, dwl with Timothy Hayes 
Hayes Kate Miss, dwl 190 Sacramento 
Hayes Michael, fireman, dwl SE cor Lombard 

and Montgomery 
Hayes Michael, dwl Hayes Valley 
Hayes Owen, laborer, dwl W s Rassette Place 

No 1 nr Sutter 
Hayes Patrick, blacksmith, at 67 Pine, dwl Sut- 
ter bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Hayes Patrick, laborer, dwl 12 Clara 
Hayes Richard, liquors, W s Dupont nr Union 
Hayes Robert, marble-cutter, 166 California, dwl 

Sonoma Place 
Hayes Rose Mrs. (colored) washing, dwl S a 

Trinity Court nr Trinity 
Hayes Thomas, S. F. and Mission R. R. off 94 

Merchant, dwl Yan Ness Av bet Hayes and 

Fell 
Hayes Thomas R. book-keeper, 82 Battery, dwl 

128 Dupont 
Hayes Timothy, laborer, dwl E s Rassette Place 

No. 3 nr Sutter 
Hayes William (Stanley & H.) dwl N a Post bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Hay ley James, carriage-maker, at cor Market 

and Third 
Haynes [Benj. ) & Lawton ( 0.) imps crockery and 

glassware, 128 Sansome 
Haynes George, waterman, bds with Henry Corn- 
foot 
Haynes John, clerk, 109 Commercial 
Haynes John W. com mcht, 37 California, bds 

NW cor Mission and Fourth 
Haynes N. captain schr Kossuth, "Washington St. 

Wharf, dwl SE corner Taylor and Sacra- 
mento 
HAYNES THOMAS J. & CO. com mchts, 37 

California, dwl 49 Bush 
Hays Cornelius, teamster. Fort Point 
Hays David, drayman, 64 Front, dwl 41 i Minnie 
Hays Donald T. laborer, bds with Patrick T. 

Hays 
Hays John, blacksmith, dwl S 3 Natoma bet 

First and Second 



Hays Patrick G. hostler, 104 and 106 Kearny- 
Hays Patrick T. laborer, at Alviso Flour Mills, 
dwl W s First bet Natoma and Minnie 

Hay ward (B.) & Drake (G. W.) milkmen, Presi- 
dio Road 

Hayward F. Bank Exchange 

Hayw'ood George B. with Alfred Rix, dwl 25 
Bush 

Haywood Joseph, dwl S s Clay bet Powell and 
Mason 

Haywood Luther, wood-yard, NE cor Front and 
Pine, dwl W s Front nr Pine 

Haywood Reuben, drayman, dwl S s O'Farrell 
bet Mason and Taylor 

Haywood Samuel, piano-maker, dwl E a Dupont 
bet Post and Sutter 

Haywood Wm. (colored) job-cart, dwl Miles PI 
nr Sacramento 

Hazard' Michael, liquor-saloon, 43 Montgomery 

Hazard Patrick, potatoes, dwl 14 Bay State Row 

Hazard Philip F. dentist and professor of dancing 
dwl S s Ellis bet Stockton and Powell 

Hazelquist Louis, grocer, SE cor Jackson and 
Virginia 

Hazeltine (B. P.) & Jones (Joseph H.) commis- 
sion merchants, 79 Front, dwl 135 Wash- 
ington 

Hazeltine Charles E. stevedore, dwl Front near 
Market 

Hazeltine C. M. weigher, C. S. N. Co. Front near 
Vallejo, dwl cor Battery and Front 

Hazeltine William, dwl 67 California 

Hazleton John, dwl Virginia Block, Stockton 

Heagan H. H. Miss, assistant teacher primary 
department. Mission Street School 

Heal Caroline (widow) dress-maker, dwl N s Mis- 
sion bet Second and Third 

Healey Michael, waiter. Oriental Hotel 

Heaney Bernard, bakery, SE corner Dupont and 
Berry 

Heaney Edward, retortman, S. F. Gas Co. 

Heaney (John) & Barclay (James) oyster-saloon, 
S s Jackson nr East, dwl East bet Jackson 
and Washington 

Heaney Thomas H. (Fitzpatrick & E.) dwl N a 
Brannan nr Harris 

Heaney William, laborer, S. F. Gas Co. 

Heard Charles, bds SE cor Front and Oregon 

Heath Elander H. B. carpenter, with Hobbs, Gil- 
more & Co. dwl 103 Jessie 

Heath (James) & Bailey (Morris) photographic 
gallery, SE cor Clay and Kearny, dwl S a 
Bush bet Stockton and Dupont 

Heath Jemima Mrs. nurse, dwl W a Dupont nr 
Filbert 

Heath Richard W. (Greene K & Allen) consul for 
San Salvador, 56 Front, res Oakland 

Heatley, E. D. office 141 Clay, up stairs 

Heavey James, laborer, with William Green, Jr. 
Ashland Place bet Wood and Potter 

Heavy Martin, laborer, City Laundry, nr SW cor 
Third and Brannan 

Heavyhand Edmond, stone-cutter. Fort Point 

Hebers Elizabeth (widow) dwl 138 Bush 

Hebert Echelle (Gallot & E.) dwl S W cor Du- 
pont and Pacific 

Heblon John F. E. laborer, dwl NW corner Alta 
and Sansome 



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Hecht Brothers {Isaac & Jacob II.) & Co. dry 

goods. G Custom House Block, dwl Gi. Cal 
Hecht J. 11. (//. Bros. & Co.) dwl 64 California 
Hecht T. boots aud shoes, bdj* St. Nicholas 
Hecker Ciiarles, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds X\V cor Folsom and Sinuuons 
Hecker Frederick, boots aud shoes, Commercial 

nr Front 
Hector "William, laborer, dwl S s Green nr San 
Hedge William, machinist. Pacific Foundry 
Hedges J. M. book-keeper, 105 Front 
Hedler Henry, bds Columbia Houae, Stewart 
Hee Chi Tong (Chinesa) drug store, 197 Sac 
Heeder Francis A. dwl cor Eddy and Mason 
Heflclmann Theodore, fruit, 31 Montgomery 
Heffley William, commercial academy, 172 Wash 
Heflley William Mrs. dwl N s Pine bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Heflner Ciiarles, brewer, bds New York Brew- 
ery, S s Post bet Dupont and Kearny 
Heiberger L. tinsmith, bds 14 Sansome 
Ileider Ciiarles. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Heighe William H. clerk, with Wells, Fargo & 

Co. dwl 91 Pine 
Heilborn Charles, laborer, with L. Krambach 
Heim Oscar, book-keeper, 69 Battery, dwl Sutter 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Heimburg, E. W. boarding and liquors, SE cor 

Drumm and Jackson 
Heineberg Abraham, dwl W s Anthony bet Mis- 
sion and Jessie 
Heinemann Michel, physician, NE corner Mont- 
gomery and Jackson, dwl 257 Kearny 
Heins Herman, groceries, KE cor Battery and 

Chambers 
Heinschne {Jacoli) & Co. {John H. Eamman) gro- 
ceries and liquors, 242 Clay 
Heinse Joseph, cabinet-maker, with J. G-. Clark 

&Co. 
Heinz Augustus, liquors, 67 Kearny 
Heinzenberger I. A. carpenter, dwl Union Alley 

bet Powell and Mason 
Heisner, Franz, carpenter, dwl 45 St. Mark's PI 
Heitmann Henry, laborer, bds NW cor Folsom 

and Simmons 
Heitmann Nicholas, drayman, dwl N s St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Kearny 
Heitmeiller Ferdinand, blacksmith, 4 Kearny 
Heitzeburg Paul {A. H. Rajyp & Co.) dwl N s 

Union nr Kearny 
Heizman John, watchmaker, 72 Commercial 
Helbeng Aug'tus, elk. dwl with A. Wassermann 
Held George, hair-dresser, at Montgomery Baths 

dwl Broadway bet Green and Yallejo 
Hele M; L. with Britton & Co. NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Commercial 
Helgoth Henry, plasterer, dwl S s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Helke Charles, saddler, E s Third bet Mission and 

Howard 
Hell James, stevedore, dwl S s Union bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Hell William, cook, Keystone House 
Hellenschmidt Frederick, butcher, with Henry 

Miller, N s Howard nr Fifth 
Heller K. dwl 243 Kearny 
Heller Louis S. cook, bds E s Stewart nr Folsom 
Heller Martin (J/o5es Heller k Br o.) 88 California 



Heller Moses & Bro. {Martin Ilelkr) dry and 

fancy goods, 88 California, dwl Geary bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Heller William {L. and M. Sachs & Co.) resides 

New York 
Hellerman Henry, tailor, dwl S 3 St. Mark's PI 

nr Kearny 
Hellraan Adolphus {IleUman Bros. & Co.) 124 Cal 
Hellman E. {Hellman Bros. & Co.) 124 California 
Hellman Max, clerk, with J. Seligman & Co., 

dwl Green bet Stockton and Powell 
HELLMAN BROTHERS {Richard, Adolphus 

and E.) & CO. com merchants, 124 Califor- 
nia, dwl O'Farrell bet Dupont and Stockton 
Hellwegen Henry, oysters, NE cor Front and 

Sacramento, dwl 18 Jackson 
Helmken John T. {Lakeman & K) dwl S s Clay 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Helpen James L. clerk, with Conroy & O'Connor 
Helsier Joseph, mason, Fort Point 
Helwig Auguste, musician, dwl W s Trinity bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Hemenway L. E. dentist, dwl 187 Clay 
Hemenway Sylvester, com merchant, 57 Front, 

dwl E s First bet Folsom and Harrison 
Hemphill Thomas, clerk, with Smiley, Yerkes & 

Co. dwl SE cor Green and Montgomery 
Hemprich Louis, {Sichel & H.) dwl 149 Kearny 
HEMPSTEAD CHARLES H. superintendent 

U. S. Branch Mint, ofBce Commercial oppo- 
site U. S. B. M. dwl S s Union bet Taylor 

and Jones 
HEMPSTEAD DAVID B. notary public, 97 

Merch, bds S s Union bet Taylor and Jones 
Henarie D. Y. B,, SW cor Sansome and Jackson, 

dwl E s Montgomery nr Broadway 
Henarie S. K. printer, dwl E s Montgomery near 

Broadway 
Henche Michael, carpenter, bds E s Battery near 

Pacific 
Hencke William {Tauhnan & Co.) bds with Mrs. 

Ida F. Drell 
Hencken Martin, clerk, 93 California, dwl NE 

cor California and Kearny 
Hencken William H. groceries, NE cor Third 

and Perry 
Henderson Benjamin, farmer, dwl 54 Natoma 
Henderson F. wholesale dry-goods, 61 Sacra- 

ramento, dwl 160 Sacramento 
Henderson John, seaman, dwl 38 Commercial 
Henderson John, laborer, 136 Pine 
Henderson John, seaman, dwl W s Baldwin Court 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Henderson John, carpenter, N s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
Henderson John, Plaza Coal Yard, Brenbam PI, 

dwl E s Brown nr Mission 
Henderson Milton T. coach-maker, 37 and 39 

Webb, bds What Cheer House 
Henderson Samuel, dry-goods, 158 Sacramento 
HENDERSON ( Walter 0.) & BROWN {Richard) 

proptrs Cochituate Baths, 57 Sansome, dwl 

N s Howard bet Second and Third 
Henderson William P. butcher, with George W. 

Green, dwl S s Mission between Fourth and 

Fifth 
Hendley Aaron C. (D. D. Shattuck & Co.) dwl 

Prospect Place nr Clay 



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Hendren James R clerk, S. F. Suf?ar Refinery, 
dwl \V 8 Tay bet Clay and Sacramento 

Ilenclricks Elizabeth (widow) fancy-goods, 35 
Montgomery 

Hendricks 'William, proptr Jackson llouse, Clark 
near Front 

Hendricks William, waterman, bds 119 Pine 

Hendrickson Bon. A. proptr Alta Flour Mill, dwl 
W 8 Belden bet Pine and Bush 

Hendrickson H. W. special police, dwl 76 Com- 
mercial 

Hendrickson S. 1G Commercial 

Hendrie John, seaman, dwl 38 Commercial 

Hendrie John W. {Lockwood & //.) dwl 176 Clay 

Hendrie Robert, plasterer, dwl KE corner Union 
and Kearny 

Hendry William M. blacksmith, dwl N s Natoma 
bet Second and Third 

Hendy James, drayman, 115 Clay, dwl W s 
Stockton bet Greenwich and Filbert 

Henken Claus, {W. Muhleiibrink & Co.) dwl NE 
cor Powell and Vallejo 

Henley G. W. store-keeper warehouse depart- 
ment Custom House, dwl 155 Dupont 

Henley J. Barclay, dwl 155 Dupont 

Henley Michael, plasterer, dwl S s Minnie bet 
Third and Fourth 

HENLEY THOMAS J. late Supt Indian Affairs, 
office and dwl 155 Dupont 

Hennell Frederick, supt Industrial School, Up- 
per City Hall 

Hennessey Lawrence, laborer, S. F. Sugar Re- 
finery, bds with Owen Casey 

Hennessey Patrick, laborer, bds 156 Pacific 

Henniug 0. cooper, cor Chestnut and Taylor 

Henriot Estelle (widow) dress-maker, 213 Wash- 
ington 

Henrique Pierre, clerk, dwl SE cor Dupont and 
Pine 

Henry Alex. (Jacob Cohen & Co.) dwl 179 Pine 

Henry Andrew (S. A. Stone & Co.) dwl 167 
Sansome 

Henry Augustus K printer, dwl S s Pacific nr 
Stockton 

Henry Brice M. surveyor, dwl cor Union and 
Cadel's Alley 

Henry Charles, cigar-maker, at 198 Kearny, dwl 
Kearny nr Pacific 

Henry Charles, vocalist, boards with Mrs. H. 
Lovely 

Henry Fanny (widow) dwl 15 Kearny 

Henry H. A. Rev. dwl SE corner Powell and 
Green 

Henry Isaac, dwl 15 Kearny 

Henry James, drayman, with Loomis, Hall & Co. 
dwl NE cor Pacific and Davis 

Henry Lewis, Monumental ICngine keeper, dwl 
255 Pacific 

Henry Samuel, furniture, 250 Pacific 

Henry William, bds with Mrs. H. P. Rogers 

Henry William Jr. clerk, with Jas. W. Embury, 
dwl 28 Prospect Place 

Henry William (colored) cook, 5 Jackson 

Henry William W. broom-maker, Drumm near 
Sacramento 

HENSCHEL (H. L) & MAURICE (E.) ship and 
custom-house brokers, E s Battery nr Ore- 
gon, dw'. SE cor Filbert and Stockton 



Henshaw Joshua S. book-keeper, 50 and 52 

Front, dwl 148 Commercial 
Hensing Otto, cigars. GO Kearny 
HENSLEY SAMUEL J. Prest Cal S. N. Co. 

office XE cor Front and Jackson, resides at 

San Jose 
Henson George, shoe-maker, 292 Pacific 
HENTSCH HENRY, banker and assayer and 

consul Switzerland, 120 Montgomery, dwl 

SW corner Pine and Dupont (see advertise- 
ment) 
Hentze Isaac, clotliing, 45 Sansome 
Hepburn H. P. attorney at law, 124 Montg'y 
Hepburn Jas. naturalist, dwl Union Club Rooms 
Heppe Charles, tailor, 220 Kearny 
Herbert Richard B. clerk 

dwl N s Pacific bet Mason and Taylor 
Heroata Madame, teacher French School, corner 

Bush and Kearny 
Heringer John C. jeweler, with R. B. Gray «fe Co. 

dwl S s Post bet Dupont and Stockton 
Heringer John C. Jr. with R. B. Gray k Co. 
Heritage John, at Golden Gate Mills, dwl S s 

Stevenson, bet Second and Third 
Herked John, gun-smith. Pacific bet Front and 

Davis, dwl N s Pacific nr Davis 
Herland C. W. bds Niantic Hotel 
Herling L. locksmith, at 45 Battery, dwl N s 

Mission nr Second 
Herlitz Henry, dwl S s Tehama bet Second and 

Third 
Hermann H. H. tailor, with Waller & Tompkins, 

dwl Front nr Washington 
HERMANN LUCIEN, agent Tehuantepec Co. 

off SE cor Mont and Jackson, dwl 369 Stock 
HERMANN SAMUEL, notary public, SW cor 

Montgomery and Merchant, dwl W s Powell 

near Washington 
Hermann William, with Pioche & Bayerque, dwl 

W 8 Powell nr Washington 
Hermier M. (widow) embroidery, dwl S s Yal- 

lejo bet Powell and Vallejo 
Hernandez Pauli^ie, liquors, N s Pacific near 

Kearny 
Heme Jeremiah, clerk, 137 Sacramento, dwl 

Kearny 
Hernster George, tailor, dwl 350 Stockton 
Herold Rudolph, musician, 265 Clay, dwl 149 

Bush 
Heron John, book-keeper, Alta California, dwl 

Stockton bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Herr Michael, teamster. Fort Point 
Herrenghi Benjamin, importer jewelry, dwl 45 

Natoma 
Herrenseschmidt Caroline Mrs. proptr White Hall 

P^xchange, cor Summer and Spring 
Herrera Francisco, editor El Eco del Pacifico, 

dwl NW cor Second and Bryant 
Herrera Mary Mrs. Young Ladies' Seminary, 

NW cor Second and Bryant 
Herrick H. P. milkman, dwl Clay nr Polk 
Herrick Nelson R. machinest, dwl W s Second 

bet Mission and Minnie 
Herrick William A. boat-builder, N s Clark bet 

Davis and Drumra 
Herrick William F. wood-engraver and secretary 

Savings' and Loan Society, dwl Riley above 

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Herring Joscpli, engineer, dwl 301 Dupont 
Herring AVilliani, clerk, Clay nr Kearny, bds 14 

Sausonie 
Herrlich Augustus {Stallman & K) dwl Mission 

bet Price and Johnston 
Herrmann Sigmund & Co. imps dry-goods, 99 

Buttery, dwl E s Stock bet Fost and Sutter 
Herrmaus Si. jeweler and watcli-maker, 130 Mont 
Herrold Charles, miner, dwl 256 Pacific 
Herron John, dwl Taylor bet Green and Mason 
Herrueth Samuel, cabinet-maker, 123 California 
HERSKE GEORGE, {Biggs & H.) Columbia 

House, Stewart 
Hersst Charles, wagon-maker, 39 Sansome bds 

American Hotel, Montgomery 
Herstmann Henry, cabinet-maker, with G. 0. 

Whitney & Co. dwl Virginia 
Hertel Augustus C. Rev. pastor German Meth. 

Church, dwl N s Pine bet Stock and Dupont 
Hertel George (Seiden & K), dwl 9 Clay 
Herteman Eugene, restaurant, Sullivan's Alley, 

nr Dupont 
Herting Ernest A. clerk, dwl corner Hyde and 

Chestnut 
Hertz Adolph, wood-turner, bds with Hermann 

Hertz 
Hertz Alexander, elk, dwl with Hermann Hertz 
Hertz Henry, musician, dwl E s Powell nr Bdy 
Hertz Hermann, butcher, N s Stevenson bet 

First and Ecker 
Hervagault Albert, clerk, bds with Adrian Gen- 
soul 
Hervagault Emile, seaman, bds with Adrian 

Gensoul 
Hervagault Marie Madame, laundry, S s Post 

bet Mason and Powell 
Herve Eugene, quartz-cutter, with Edward Ron- 
del, Sutter bet Hyde and Larkiu 
Herwig William {Grmj & iZ".) dwl 12 Harlan PI 
Herz M. porter, NW cor Sacramento and Battery 
Herzberg J. dwl Greenwich bet Mason and Taylor 
Herzer Hermann, proptr City Brewery, SW cor 

Kearny and St. Mark's Place 
Herzo John, office 32 Clay 
Herzo Stephen, office 32 Clay 
Herzog Christian, blacksmith, S s Broadway nr 

Stockton, dwl S s Greenwich nr Dupont 
Hesketh Joseph, blacksmith, dwl Montgomery 

bet Filbert and Union 
Heslam Henry, porter, bds Pine bet Jones and 

Leavenworth 
Heslep Augustus M. atty at law, 24 Naglee's 

Building, dwl Jones nr Pine 
Heslep Editha W. Mrs. dwl with Charles A. Elli- 
ott, cor Jessie and Third 
Heslep Ferdinand, molder. Union Foundry 
Heslep Philander C. at Donaliue's Foundry, dwl 

with Chas. A. Elliott, NE cor Jessie and 

Third 
Hess Andrew J. carpenter, dwl Brenham Place 

nr Clay 
Hess Charles, optician, 116 Kearny 
Hess Francis Mrs. dwl Dupont nr Green 
Hess Frederick & Co. {Theodore G. Kohler and 
Aloys Brauer), proptrs German Democrat, 
SE cor Sacramento and Montgomery, dwl 
SW cor Green and Dupont 
Hess George, cooper, dwl Brenham PI nr Clay 



Hess George B. bar-keeper, Telegraph Saloon, 

Brenham Place 
Hess Joseph S. drayman, P. M. S. S. Co. dwl E 

s Second bet Mission and Stevenson 
Hess Levi, merchant, dwl NE cor Post and Stock 
Hesse Eliza (widow), adjuster, U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl NE cor Washington and Dupont 
Hesse J. H. policeman, dwl 20 City Hall 
Hession Michael, laborer. Fort Point, dwl S s 

Howard bet First and Second 
Hessler William, American Bakery, S s Pacific 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Hester M. bds Benton House 
Hester Robt. A. special policeman 
Hester William, laborer, Alden's Dining Saloon, 

Sansome 
Hetherington Henry, laborer, bds with John 

Carson 
Hettinger Nicholas, musician, dwl 113 Dupont 
Hetzfelt Herman, drayman, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Heuck Herman, cigars, 68 Kearny 
Heur Philip {Reines «& S.), dwl cor Greenwich 

and Yansen 
Heverin Michael, stone-cutter, dwl Bay nr Dupont 
Hewlett J. C. bds at Railroad House 
Hewitt Charles H. mate, stmp Sonora, dwl NE 

cor Tehama and First 
HEWITT {Henry) & CO. {EoUs, Gilmore & Co.) 

manufs Willard's Improved Patent Seed 

Sower, etc. S s Market nr Beale, dwl S s 

Stevenson nr Third 
Hewitt Henry Jr. dwl with Dr. H. Hewitt, S s 

Stevenson bet Second and Third 
Hewitt Henry F. clerk, 89 Front, dwl Stevenson 

bet Second and Third 
Hewitt R. dwl N s Jack bet Mason and Taylor 
Hewston John Jr. chemist, with Kellogg & Hum- 
bert, 108 Montgomery 
Hey John, baker, 160 Pacific 
Hey John {Wendt & Co.) dwl NE cor Folsom 

and Third 
Heydenfeldt Ann Mrs. adjuster, U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl Virginia Block 
Heydenfeldt Solomon, {Shaffers, Park & ff.) dwl 

N 8 Greenwich bet Stockton and Dupont 
Heyfron Matthew, wood and coal, dwl S s Perry 

bet Second and Third 
Heyfron Patrick, wood and coal, bds S s Perry 

bet Second and Third 
Heyfron Peter, wood and coal, N s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth, dwl S s Perry nr Third 
Heyl George, butcher, junction Market and San- 
some, bds 63 Montgomery 
Heyl William S. dwl 190 Sacramento 
Heymann Morris, furniture-store, 56 Kearny 
Heymann S. cigars, bds Eagle Hotel, Beale nr 

Folsom 
Heynemann {Leonard), Pick {Morris) & Co. imps 

dry-goods, 89 and 91 California, dwl 209 

Stockton 
Heynemann Martin, book-keeper, 89 and 91 Cal- 
ifornia, dwl 209 Stockton 
Hey wood Calvin, flour-merchant, dwl N s Green 

nr Dupont 
Heywood Frank, clerk with Heywood & Har- 
mon, bds with Z. B. Heywood 
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lumber dealers, 10 California and pier 4 

Stewart, dwl SW cor Ilinckle3' and Kearny 
Hibbetts, John R. engineer, at Foimiaiu Head 

Water Works, bds 2 Belden's Block 
Hichbourn A. C. drayman, 54 Front 
Hichbourn John E. teamster, with McEwen & 

Holmes, bds with John B. Holmes 
Hichens Edward, drayman, 112 Battery, dwl 

cor Second and Jessie 
Hickey James, wholesale wines and liquors, 72 

Jackson, dwl W s Stockton bet Lombard 

and Greenwich 
Hickey John, stone-cutter. Fort Point 
Hickey Patrick, laborer, bds N s Pacific nr Front 
Hickey Patrick J. mercliant (Salt Lake), dwl S s 

Mission bet Second and Third 
Hickox Georjre C. cashier Freeman & Co.'s Ex- 
press, dwl N s Ellis bet Stockton and Powell 
Hicks Hiram, mason, dwl 243 Siicramento 
Hicks Richard, dry-goods, 145 Mission 
Hickson Henry, clerk, with R. F. Flynn & Co. 

dwl cor Larkin and Pacific 
Hider Christian, baker, at bakery Ns Mission bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Hidman Edmond, dwelling NE cor Jackson and 

Virginia 
Hiester Amos C. compositor, Alta California 
HiQVon Thomas, teamster. Fort Point 
Higgins Asa, captain sloop Martha & Elizabeth, 

Clay Street Wharf 
Higgins C. S. general superintendent, Freeman &, 

Co.'s Express, office NE cor Montgomery 

and California, bds Oriental Hotel 
Higgins {Daniel) & Co. (Carlton J. Morrison) 

wood and coal, S s Market opposite Battery, 

dwl SE cor OTarrell and Geary 
Higgins Daniel, merchant, dwl 263 Sacramento 
Higgins PJlisha, wood yard, cor East and Jack- 
son, dwl N s Greenwich bet Stockton and 

Dupont 
HIGGINS GEORGE E. gold pen manufactory, 

1 48 Montgomery, dwelling N s Jackson bet 

Powell and Mason 
Higgins James, liquors, W 8 Davis, nr Broadway 
Higgins James S. seaman, dwl N s Greenwich 

near Stockton 
Higgins John, grocer, 290 Pacific dwl 321 Powell 
Higgins Mark, laborer, dwl Bryant Place 
Higgins Michael, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

&Co. 
Higgins Michael J. tailor, dwl W s Trinity bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Higgins Patrick, boarding, Broadway nr Davis 
Higgins Rufus M. clerk, stm Antelope, dwl 203 

Washington 
Higgins Solomon, teamster, dwl SW cor Jessie 

and Ecker 
Higgins T. M. hostler, with Lyman Clark, N s 

Jack.son near Sansome 
Higgins William L. notary public, 162 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 263 Sacramento 
Higgins William Morris, apothecary. City and 

County Hospital, SW corner Stockton and 

Francisco 
Higgins Wilson, dwl W s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Higgs Henry, p' or, dwl cor Leavenworth and 
Turk 



Highbergcr Lebbens, tinsmith, bds 14 Sansome 
Highlander Charles W. works for Hathaway & 

Co. dwl 8 Clay 
Ilight Bolivar, asst engineer stmr J. Bragdou 
Highton H. E. reporter. Herald, dwl 185 Cal 
Highton H. P. dwl LIB Dupont 
Uiland Michael, clerk, NW corner Sansome and 

Merchant 
Hildebrandt Alexander, musician, dwl NE comer 

Kearny and Summer 
Hildebrandt Carslen, groceries, S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Hildebrandt ( Carsttn) & Knop (Uenry) grocers, 

NE cor Hinckley and Pinckney Place 
Hildebrandt Conrad, cooper. San Francisco Sugar 

Refinery, bds with Miles J. Maron 
Hildebrandt Fabien, clerk, with Charles Battles 
Hildebrandt Martin, clerk, NE cor Kearny and 

California 
Hildebrandt Nicholas, grocer, SW cor Brannan 

and Harris 
Hilderbrech Jacob, dwl Polk Lane nr Stockton 
Hildrcth Henry P. dwl 211 Stockton 
Hildreth Luther S. dwl 211 Stockton 
Hildreth Richard, laborer, at Chelsea Laundry, 

Third bet Harrison and Bryant 
Hilgardner Philip, hand-cart, dwl SW cor Bush 

and Trinity 
Hilken John, bowling alley, 316 Powell 
Hill A. B. physician, dwl Tehama House 
Hill Albert, dwl SW cor California and Sansome 
Hill Anthony D. dwl 42 First 
Hill Benjamin, shipwright, dwl SE cor Townsend 

and Second 
Hill Benjamin, sailmaker, at 105 Front, bds cor 

Sacramento and Davis 
Hill Charles, cigars. Hotel International, dwl 

California near Dupont 
Hill Charles E. porter, 47 and 49 California, bds 

with E. D. White 
Hill E. P. printer, Evening Telegram 
Hills Fordyce F. tinsmith, bds with Henry H. 

Wood 
Hill G. R. bds What Cheer House 
Hill James, cook, with Christian Seitz, dwl SW 

corner Mission and Second 
Hill John, S s Cards Alley bet Vallejo and Green 
Hill John, blacksmith, 101 Kearny 
Hill John, blacksmith, with Coffey & Risdon, 

dwl S s Clary bet Fourth and Ritch 
Hill John, deputy sheriff, dwl Card's Alley near 

Stockton 
Hill John, (colored) tailor, 3 Virginia Place 
Hill J. Bryant & Co. {Lewis Lillie) produce and 

commission merchants, 63 Merchant, dwl 

E s Yerba Buena near Clay 
Hill Margaret P. dwl cor Kearny and Lombard 
Hill Michael, laborer, dwl Green, rear 
Hill R. H. bds What Cheer House 
Hill Richmond, foreman, with Wm. Horr & Co. 
Hill Samuel, steward. Bank Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Block 
Hill T. C. bds Railroad House 
Hill William, dyer, dwl N s Vallejo nr Kearny 
Hill William, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Hill William, boot-maker, 24 First, bds with 

William R. O'Brien 
Hiller A. boards St. Nicholas 



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Hillcr John R. carriage-maker, with Folsom & 

Diriglev, dv\i N s Vallejo near Montgomery 
HILLKH \VILLIAM P. camphene and oils, 

dwl 107 Broadway 
Hilliard Benjamin F. Assistant United States 

Appraiser, residence Oakland 
Hillman II. grocer, cor "William and Geary 
Hillyer i[anson C. {E. T. Pease & Cu.) dwl S s 

Natonia bet First and Second 
Hilton George K. printer, National, dwl "W s 

Powell bet Bush and Pine 
Hilton Joshua, book-keeper, Clinton Temperance 

House 
Hilton Nathaniel, ship-wright, dwl S"W comer 

ilission and Second 
HIMMKLMANN ANDREW, broker, llo 

Washington, dwl N^Y cor Powell and Bush 
Hinchman J. A. postmaster's secretary. Post 

Office, dwl Metropolitan Hotel 
HINCHMAN {T. W.) & CO. importers cigars, 

112 Cahfornia, dwl Dupont near Francisco 
Hinchman TV. northern coast messenger, Free- 
man ct Co.'s Express 
Hinck John H. clerk, dwl NE cor Sacramento 

and AYaverley Place 
Hincken Casson, grocer, SW cor Folsom and 

Simmons 
Hincken Claus, [Luden k H.) dwl NW comer 

Mission and Second 
Hincken Martin, porter, 93 California 
Hinckley Charles E. with "William H. Keith & 

Co. 137 Montgomery 
HINCKLEY {Daniel B.) & CO. {William E. 

Worth and WiUiam A. Field) proprietors 

Fulton Foundry, E s First near Mission, dwl 

SW corner Tehama and First 
Hinckley George E. druggist. Pacific Clinical 

Infirmary. N s Mission bet Second and Third, 

dwl S s Minnie near Third 
Hinckley H. cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Hinckley Henry, painter, bds E s Battery nr 

Pacific 
Hinckley Lewis H. blacksmith, at 21 Bush 
Hinckley Mark F. stevedore, dwl cor Leaven- 
worth and Geary 
Hinckley Wm. C. dwl 1 Milton Place 
Hinders Henry, boot and shoe-maker, dwl 90 

Kearny 
Hinds A. clerk, Flint, Peabody & Co. dwl cor 

Sacramento and Stockton 
Hines Valentine, cabinet-maker, dwl 323 Dupont 
Hing Hong. (Chinese) washing. Pacific nr Stock 
Hinkle Charles, carpenter, dwl W s Clara bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Hinman L. M. book-keeper, with St. Losky, 

Levy & Co. dwl N s Mission Road 
Hinold {Jolui) & Burckhard {Christian) bakery, 

372 Stockton 
HINTON WILLIAM M. & CO. proprietors 

Evening Telegram, SW cor Clay and San- 
some, dwl N s Mason nr Union 
Hintz Augustus H. driver, for W. Erzgraber, dwl 

SE cor Market and Ecker 
Hird T. bds What Cheer House 
Hiron Victor, carpenter, dwl 1 14 Dupont 
HIRSCH ADOLPH, crockery, 152 Kearny, dwl 

SW cor Montgomery and California 
Hirsch Bernhard, clerk, with Truett, Jones & 



Arrington, dwl S s Union bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Hirsch Henry, bar-keeper, Franklin Hotel 
Hirsch Leopold, dry goods, 276 Dupont 
Hirscbfield Joseph, clerk, with C. Stevens & Co. 

Masonic Hall 
Hirschman Moses, {H. Hofman & Co.) dwl 122 

Sacramento 
Hirsch Adam, blacksmith, at 39 Sansorae 
Ilirstel E. H. {Leouy & H.) dwl 177 Dupont 
Hitchcock Andrew H. attorney at law, 140 Clay, 

dwl E s Third bet Folsom and Harrison 
Hitchcock Charles M. physician and examiner of 

drugs C. H. office 42 Bush 
Hitchcock George B. stationery, 109 Sansome, 

bds 247 Powell 
Hitchings Edward, drayman, Oliver & Buckley, 

dwl W s Second bet Market and Mission 
Hitchings Edward W. upholsterer, dwl N s Pine 

bet St. Mary and Kearny 
Hittell John S. law reporter, Alta California, dwl 

N s Vallejo nr Powell 
Hittell Theodore H. reporter. Evening Bulletin, 

dwl N s Vallejo nr Powell 
Hittrick John, clerk with Elliot & Bell 
HIXON WILLIAM M. carpets, oil-cloths paper, 

etc. 162 Clay 
Hoag Charles P. messenger. State Telegraph 

Company, dwl 146 Montgomery 
Hoag Horace, house and sign painter, dwl 42 

First 
Hoar Michael H. blacksmith, dwl E s Webb bet 

California and Sacramento 
Hobart {B.) & Brother {Joseph) importers boots 

and shoes, 6 California Block 
Hobart Joseph, {Hohart & Co.) bds Oriental H. 
Hobbie Ross L. Our Opera Saloon, 163 Washing- 
ton, dwl Washington nr Stockton 
Hobbie Theodore, dwl Washington nr Stockton 
HOBBS {Caleb S.) GILMORE {George W.) & 

CO. {Ste2)hen D. Gilmore) S. F. Planing 

Mill and Box Factory, S s Market bet Beale 

and Main, {and of K Hewitt & Co.) dwl N s 

Jessie bet First and Anthony 
Hobe A. A. dwl N s Vallejo nr Mason 
Hobe ( George A.) & Weibe ( C. Augustus) cigars, 

NE cor Washington and Dupont, dwl N s 

Vallejo above Mason 
Hoben Michael, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
Hobert John, bds SW cor Stockton and Pacific 
Hobron Wm. bds 32 Natoma 
Hobson Abram, boot-maker, 141^ Kearny, dwl 

NE cor Prospect Place and Broadway 
Hobson J. capt schooner Alfred Adams, Pacific 

Street Wharf 
Hoburg Wm. H. merchant, dwl 1S2 California ' 
HochkofiQer Rudolph, acting consul for Chile, 

office NW cor California and Front, dwl S s 

Main bet Stockton and Powell 
Hochmer H. Michael, baker, dwl N s Sutter 

bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Hochyurtel Nicholas, liquors, 208 Kearny 
Hock D. brick-layer, dwl 53 Montgomery 
Hock Thomas, brick-layer, bds 63 Montgomery 
Hodes A. Mrs. cigars and cutlery, 22 Com 
Hodes John & Co. {S. P. Jlillett & C. P. Ches- 

ley) cigars, cutlery and fancy goods, NW 

cor Commercial and Davis 



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Uodgdon Joseph B. liay and wood, dwl SW cor 

Sucramciito and Larkin 
llodge Charles, druggist, 134 Kearny 
lIOJHiE {.John G.) & WOOD, {Frank S.) im- 
porters stationery and cheap publications, 

ll(j Clay, dwl 53 Montgomery 
Hodge Mathew, laborer, dwl E s Calhoun nr 

Union 
Ilodge Michael, porter, dwl SW cor Union and 

Montgomery 
Hodgeboom L. V. assistant engineer steamship 

Pacilic, California S. N. Company 
Hodgton Ann, (widow) dwl W a Spofford nr 

Clay 
Ilodgkins P. messenger. Wells, Fargo & Co. 
HODGKJXS WILLIAM, liquors. Metropolitan 

Hotel 
HODGES E. H. attorney at law, 144 Washing- 
ton, rooms 1 and 2 
Hodges John, dwl E s Hodges Place nr Yallcjo 
Hodges Willard, wholesale grocer, 41 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 10 Hardie Place 
Ilodnett Jeremiah, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refin'y 
Hoduett Michael, miner, bds Branch Hotel 
Hoberlein Jacob, dwl NW cor St. Mark Place 

and Kearny 
Hoeg George C. capt bark Madonna, dwl Green- 
wich bet Powell and Stockton 
HOELSCHER (AjtgvM) WIELAND {John) & 

CO. {Iltriry Myers) proprietors Philadelphia 

Brewery, W s Second bet Tehama and Fol- 

som, (see advertisement) 
Hoelzl Carl, physician, 150 California 
Hoeberlin Hugo, gardener, at Sontag'a Nursery, 

cor Folsom and McLaren Lane 
Hoerschuer Cliristian, bar-keeper, dwl 302 Du- 

pont 
HOESCH {Henry) & CO. {Benjamin Iverger) 

coHee saloon and restaurant, 168 Clay 
Hoey Thomas, bill-poster, dwl 15 St. Mary 
Hoferkamp Herman, {Gartalman & Co.) dwl N 

W cor Pine andi Dupont 
Hoff John, dwl Sutter nr Jones 
Hoir Wm. C. dwkS s Center nr Mission 
Ilofllin J. & Co. {Xathan Ilofflin) importers boots 

and shoes, 81 Battery 
Hoffliu Nathan, {J. Ilvfflin & Co.) res Baltimore 
Hoffman A. dry goods, 254 Stockton 
Hofliuan Babzac, laborer, dwl Green nr Stock, 

rear 
Hoflman Bendix, merchant, dwl N s Howard nr 

Fifth 
Hoffman Chas. bar-keeper, 53 Sangome 
Hoffman Christian, tailor, with J. Assion, res 

Martinez 
Hoffman Christian, carpenter, dwl 100 Post 
Hoffman George, painter, bds 63 Montgomery 
Hoffman II. F. W. with L. P. Fisher, dwl with 

F. P. Tracy 
Hoffman John D. clerk, with U. S. Surv'r-Gen'l, 

dwl N s Green bet Stockton and Powell 
Hoffman {Mvrris) & Co. {Isadore Myers) boots 

and shoes, E s Dupont nr Broadway 
Hoffman Ogden, judge U. S. District Court, dwl 

S s Broadway nr Stockton 
Hoffman {Peter) and Daring {Sebastian) cigar 

manufecturers, 299 Dupont dwl cor Powell 

and Broadway 



Hoffman Phillip, baker, Alden's Dining Saloon, 
Sansome 

Hoffman S. clflfc 254 Stockton 

Hoffman ( V.) .^ooser, ( 11'.) architects 94 Mont- 
gomery, dwI'.J50 Bush 

Hoffman William F. book-keeper, Genessee Flour 
Mills, Gold nrSansome, dwl Sansome Hook 
and Ladder Hfil 

Hoflmire Wm. coppersmith, dwl Auburn bet 
Jackson and Pacific 

Hoflsmitt F. upholsterer, with G. 0. Whitney 
&Co. 

Hofman IT. & Co. (J/. Hirschman) cigars, tobacco, 
etc. 122 Sacramento 

Hogan Eugene, laborer, dwl Davis bet Sacra- 
mento and California 

Hogan George, cor Mason and Sutter 

Hogan James, laborer, bds with George W. 
Smith 

Hogan John, importer liquors, 175 Sansome, 
dwl Oregon ur Front? 

Hogan John, machinist, bds with Chas. Kellet 

Hogan Mathew, porter, dwl SW cor Union and 
Montgomery 

Hogan Michael, Jaborer, dwl Davis bet Sacra- 
mento and California 

Hogan Michael, -seaman, dwl SEjCor Green and 
Kearny ^ "*" 

Hogan Patrick, painter, bde 46 Sansome 

Hogan Patrick, waiter, dwl 37 Trinity 

Ilogan Thomas, butchei^fc^or Leavenworth and 
Pacific « 

Hogan W. H. engineer,Vp. M. S. S. Columbia 

Hogan William H. carpenter, dwl S s Tehama 
Place near First 

Hogan William J. bds cor Pine and Sansome 

Hoge (Joseph P.) & Wilson {Samuel M.) attys at 
law, 4 and 5 Montgomery Block, dwl 275 
Stockton 

Hoge Theodore, baker, 202 Washington 

Hogeboom Lawrence Y. engineer, dwl N s Clem- 
entina bet First and Second 

Hoger E. & Co. {C. Kratzenstein) grocers, 137 
Washington, dwl 146 Bush 

Hogg Augustus, druggist", dwl E s Mission bet 
Tracy and Sparks 

Hogg James, dwl E s Mission bet Tracy and 
Sparks 

Hogg Walter, clerk, with M. O'Connor, dwl cor 
M^on and Lombard 

Hohenschild George, clerk, with Geo. Hughes, 
dwl NW cor Clay and Sansome 

Hoit G. H. printer, 151 Clay 

Holan Thomas, butcher, S s Jackson nr Davis 

Holbrook Charles M. dwl 256 Stockton 

Ilolcombe Atkinson, {Uolcombe Bros.) bds Hotel 
International 

HOLCOMBE BROTHERS {Samuel E. and Atkin- 
son) imptrs and jobbers boots and shoes, 98 
and 100 Commercial and NW corner Wash- 
ington and Kearny, dwelling Hotel Inter- 
national 

Holden Francis P. dwl N s Pacific' near Leaven- 
worth 

Holden Hannah Mrs. milliner, Stockton bet Val- 
lejo and Green 

Holden James, gardener, dwl E s Mission bet 
Tracy and Sparks 



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152 



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FRANCISCO [H] DIRECTORY. 



Holdcn Jnnies B. book-keeper, corner^ East and 

Meri'baiit, bds Rineon HowSe / 
Holden John P. dijuiinUn, dm^s^TToward bet 

First and Sccona 
Holden Martin, luioHnaker, 

■ riace, dwl lO'aOvcn 
Holden William, pUe-driv 
Place 
' Holdcn Wm. foreman Unii 
tropolitan IIo^ u 
loldcrness S. & S.^F^om mcKts, '7p'Front,..dv« 

cor Broadway'and Montgomery . 
Holderness S. M. (& & aS. M. H.) TO'^ront .■ 




Pine and L^ra 
dwl E s Baniiam 
Foundry, bds Me- 



,/>" Holes John, shoe;niaker, dwl';287 Pacific 
^/Jiolitzsky Ma(rame."^idwife,'JL29 Kearny 

//Holje {Henry) & Kimj (T'e<ej;|' liquor-saloQH, cor 
'V Clay and East ^ ,' ^ 

f HOIJrADAY BEN, stock-de'aler, SE'cor Sacra- 
„ ' >^ento and Leidesdorff, xjh, New York 
^^oUaday Jolin M. c£^rk at/ffilynn & Miutum's 
> ^ Coal Yard, dwl dp Broaaiyay 

HOLLADAY {Sam^l W.) &1;ARY {James C.) 
attys at law, XW cor Montgomery and Mer- 
chant, dwl E s Hawthorne nr Folsom 
a^lland Aaron, waiter, WhatCheer House 
m)lland C. bargeman, C. H. W 
HWlpnd Edtward M. with Crbel 
' 'SW coi\^roadway and 9i^k\\ 





Dibblee, dwl 



s Rojmis Place nr Union 
nter, dwl N s ''Francisco 

oon, NE COT 

ar Powell <^ 

^ti 



Clay and 



NW cor Battery and 



Jlbllf^nd Henry, dw 
" Holland John"^. c 

^near Du|(^n 
Holland Joseph,' Jiqu 

Kearny, dwl 
Holland Martin, gro 

Pacific 

Holland Michael, brick -layer, dwl N s Pacific bet 
Mason aad Taylor ^ ' 

HOLLAND ^ATHAipffii, attorney at law, NE 

cor Jackfion andl^CTitgomery 
Holland P. jforthern Light Saloon, cor Powell 

and Lon(jJfcrd . / / 

Hollenbeck J(.^C. wholesale grocer, 119 'I^ont, 
estnut and Taylor 
turner, bds 14 Sansome^ 



Holmes Ahira, principal grammar department, 

Union St. School, dwl 252 Powell 
Holmes Daniel W. cigars, G2 Montgomery 
Holmes Edward, molder, Vulcan Iron Works 
Jlolmes Ellis H. High School, dwl W s Prospect 

Place bet Clay and Sacramento 
Holmes Henry, painter, dwl 48 Bush 
Holmes James, capt brig Glencoe, oflSce with L. 

L. Lawrence 
Holmes John B. {McEwen k H.) dwl Market bet 

First and Second 
Holmes Margaret (widow), boarding, 229 Clay 
Holmes Richard T. salesman, with R. S. Eells & 

Co. dwl W s Stockton bet Clay and Wash 
Holmes Thomas, teamster, bds 14 Sansome 
Holmes William, cattle-dealer, dwl NW cor 

Third and Mission 
Holstein Isadore, book-keeper, 95 California, bds 

S s Vallejo bet Stockton and Powell 
Holt Sylvanus W. clerk, NW cor Dupont and 

Clay 
Holt Thomas G-. fruits, 13 Second 
Holt William, carpenter, dwl 286 Washington 
HOLT Z. broker, 100 Merchant 
Holton John, porter, with E. T. Pease & Co. dwl 

Natoma bet First and Second 
Holton Lewis A. clerk, dwl S s Natoma bet First 
,^ and Second 
''^olton P. H. coasting, dwl S s Green bet Powell 



dwl cor 
Holler Georgi 
Hollimer Patri 
HOLLING ( 

importer 
Holling Willi 

dwl N s 
Hollinpeck J; 
Hollinsead Ji 

bet Her 
Hollub Adolp 

71 Califb: 

and Stocktm 



r 



dwl 28 CalifijIFnia 
{E. Frese,' agent) 
'Commercial 
with Bradshaw & Co. 
Mason and Powell 
Hestnut and Lombard 
ttr, dwl N i^^ission 
nn and Itfdley ' * 

\s JI. (oKJIollub & Isaacs, ^asta,) 
dwl ,ar^ Sutter bet ^Du^pont 



Holm Henry, painter, 84 Bush ^ 

Holm John, elk, dwl SE cor Sutter and Stockton 
Holan Thomas, grocer, dwl SE corner Sutter and 

Stockton 
Holman Francis A. visiting-physician and sur- 
geon, City and County Hospital, office 226 
Washington, dwl 269 Stockton 
Holman F. S. at Orrick Johnson's, res Oakland 
Holmberg John, wood, Vallejo St. Wharf, dwl 

Post bet Taylor and Jones 
Holmes A. & Co. ( W. Wliiting) produce commis- 
sion merchants, 38 Clay, dwl W s Mason 
bet Bush and Sutter 



and Mason 
Holtz Augusta, dwl E s Dupont nr Union 
Holtz William {Venker & Co.), dwl NW cor 

Howard and Third 
,Holz G. SW cor Battery and Commercial 
Holz John, cigars. Long Wharf, dwl N s Broad- 
way bet Mason and Powell 
Holz Louis, clerk, 131 Sansome, bds St. Nicholas 
Holzhauer Herman, music-teacher, dwl 249 Kear 
Homberz Valentine, cabinet-maker, with J. G. 

Clark & Co. 
Homich George, carpenter, bds with Mrs. Mar- 
garet O'Keefe 
Hondard August, boot-black, 213 Washington 
Honette Constant, sausage-m^aker. Merchant nr 

Sansome 
Hong Lee (Chinese), washing, 305 Dupont 
Hon Mon (Cjiinese), painlfe'r and carver, 196 Sac 
Honnet B^jamin, clerl/j with Adolph Sutro & 

Co. dwl m Pine , 
Honore Guilbert, dwl Adele Alley, bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Honore M. barber, dwl 7 Brandon Place 
Hood Henry, drayman, dwl 342 Dupont 
Hoogs ( Odavian) & Madison {John E. ) agents and 

collectors, 110 Montgomery, dwl NW cor 

Ellis and Mason 
Hoogstend William, seaman, dwl cor Sacramento 

and Drumm 
Hook Ai^ (widow), boarding, SW cor Clemen- 

tmajknd Ecker 
Hooke William H. {Amos, Phinney & Co.), dwl 

149 Mission 
Hooker James Col., dwl Tehama House 
Hooper E. N. clerk, with Alsop & Co. 
Hooper F. P. lumber dealer, NE cor California 

and Drumm, dwl N s Clay bet Powell and 

Mason 
Hooper James, bds 309 Stockton 



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Hooper John A. lumber dealer, NE cor California 

and Drumm, dwl cor Sansome and Bush 
Hooper William, secy Commissioners Funded 

Debt 1851, 100 Merchant, dwl E a Taylor 

bet Washington and Jackson 
Hoover Ira W. bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Hop, Kee&Co. (Chinese), merchants, 171 Dupont 
Hopkins C. T. {McLean & Fowler), NE cor Clay 

and Battery, dwl S a Filbert nr Powell 
Hopkins E. G. painter, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bda 

First bet Harrison and Bryant ' 

Hopkins E. J. drayman, dwl S a Natoma bet 

First and Second 
Hopkins George W. painter, Fuller nr Kearny, 

• dwl 3 Auburn 
Hopkins Jesse P. box-maker, dwl with H. J. M. 

Trout. Mission nr First 
Hopkins. N. P. trader, dwl 109 Sacramento 
Hopkins Obed, former, dwl 155 Bush 
Hopkins R. C. archive clerk U. S- Surveyor-Gen- 
eral, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Hopkins Samuel J. lumber and lime, 40 Wash- 
ington, dwl N s Folsom bet First and Second 
Hopkins S. C. salesman, 71 Front, dwl 209 

Stockton 
Hopkins Sterling A. dwl 129 Dupont 
Hopkins S. U. merchandise book-keeper, ware- 
house dept Custom House, dwl N. Y. Hotel 
Hopkins Theron R. (^Kennedy & U.), dwlGold^nr 

Sansome 
Hopkins Warren L. teamster, bds John Couch, 

Dolores 
Hopkins W. book-binder with A. Buswell, 133 

Clay 
Hopkins Wert, farmer, dwl with Saml J. Hopkins 
Hopp John, dwl 305 Dupont, rear 
Hoppe W'. grocer, l^W cor Green and Kearny 
Hopper [G. 11.) & Faulkner (P. F.), liquors, cor 

Pacific and Davis 
Hopping Thomas N. carpenter, 45 Battery 
Hopping William E. butcher, bds 230 Clay 
Hoppitz George, musician, dwl NE cor Kearny 

and Summer 
Hopps ( C/mrfes) & Kanary {David), house and 

sign painters, 143 California, dwl cor Geary 

and Mason 
Hop Wo Co. (ChinesqO, merchants,, 173 Dupont 
Horahan Jeremiah, teamster, Fort Point 
HORAN J. C. & CO. imps and jobbers wines 

and liqyors, 95' Front, bds Virginia Block, 

Stockton nr Pacific 
Horan Patrick, hostler, 104 and 106 Kearny 
Horan Patrick, blacksmith, Union Foundry, dwl 

149 Mission 
HORBACH (Albert) & GARDENER {August), 

St. Louis Hotel, Pacific bet Bat and Front 
Horber John, watches and jewelry, 30 Mont 
Horn B. C. & Co. {George A. Parke^, imps and 

jobbers cigars and tobacco, Front cor Clay, 

dwl S s Harrison bet Second and Third 
Horn Eph. minstrel, bds 234 Kearny 
Horn Jabez S. clerk, for B. C. Horn, bds with B. 

C. Horn 
Horn Joseph P. hay, grain and feed, S s Market 

nr First, dwl cor Natoma and Second 
Horn 0. melter, at 108 Battery 
Horn Thomas L. & Co. imp cigars and tobacco, 
61 Front, dwl E s Second nr Harrison 



Horn William, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Home Barney, butcher, dwl ValUjo nr Hyde 
Horner RoberL seaman, djv.l N W cor Greenwich 

and StocWon 
Horner Robert H. capta\n steamship Cortez, ofiF 

C. K! Garri/on & Ca* 
Hornet Benjamin, dwl 177 Pine 
Horning A. F. {I^hrmeister &, Co.) SW cor Conj- 

mercial and Davis 
Horr Behjamip, physicjan, dwl E s First bet» 

. Harrison and Bryant 
HORR BENJAMIN D. cooper, SW cor Market'%. 

and Beale, dwl Front nr Market 
Horr ( milium) & Co. {Di^nid and S. W. Dirk),^ 

Steam Cracker pakery, 37 and 39 Davis,J^ 
'.dwl Ss VaNcjo nr Powell ^ 

Horrigan D. bds SE cor Front and Oregon \ 

Horrigan Matthew, drayman, bds with John J. 

Murphy 
Horrocks E. Mr^ dwl S's Union nr Kearny ^ 
Horrocks George, painter, dwl S s Union nr 

Kearny 
Horrocks Richard, dwl S a Union nr Kearny 
Horrocks William, dwl 213 Sacramento 
Horrocks William, painter, dwl 11 Union ^j 
Horstmann ^J. (Kvl E a Virginia bet Pacific and 

Jackson., . 

Horstmann Joltn {Kohnann & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Powell and Bu.sh ^ 
Horswitl Frederick, mason, dwl 286 Wash. 
Hort Samuel, with C. Adolphe \,o\v & Co. dwl 

5 s Bush bet StocKton and Powell 
Horton' Daniel B. car'^jiter, bds Isthmus House 
Horton George, carpenter, bds with Francis Mc- 

Kenna 
Horton George F. carpenter, dwl N a Green nr 

Sansome \ , 

Horton Henry L. gard^er, dwl .N a Jessie bet 

First and Second,' rear ^ 
Hqrtpn John, hostler, 161 California 
Hopton Richard, policepan, dwl N W cor Second 

N and Jessie , 

Horton Richard Jr. bottler, dwl with Richard 

Horton \ 

Horton Thomas R. (Jf^rhn & K) dwl 108 Du- 

Horton William, hosiery, 99 Battery, dwl Jack- 
son nr Montgomery *> 

Hoskins Joseph, tinsna.ith, at 43 Clay, bds New 
Texas House . > 

Hoslly W^illiam, witff Cudworth & Perhara 

Hosjner Charles, {Loud, R & Co.) dl Front 

Hpsmer Grenville,^W^ishington Market, dwl SW 
• cor Jackson ana Powell 

HOSSEFROSS GEO. H. sup't sts and highways, 
ofi" City Hall, dwl SW cor Clay and Kearny 

Hoawell William B. salesman, 98 and 100 Com- 
mercial, bds What Cheer 

Hotaling Anson P. imp liquors, NE cor Sansome 
and Jackson 

Houck James M. 19 Commercial, dwl Bush bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 

Hough James F. book-keeper, with E. H. Par- 
ker, dwl Clementina nr First 

Houghey Frank, laborer, dwl S s Broadway bet 
Battery and Front 

Houghtaling A. J. photographer, with Hamilton 

6 Co. 



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Houlalmne Ricliard, laborer, dwl E s Lafayette 
Place iir Grccii, rear 

Houseley Joseph W. toppersmitk dwl 183 Mis- 
sion 

Houseman James, ship-carpenter, dwl S s Fol- 
som bet Main and Beale 

Houseworth Thomas (Laurerice & H.) res New 
York 

Houston A. H. contractor, off 110 California, dwl 
Rincon Place nr First 
. Houston Uenry Frank, dwl SW cor Green and 
Mason 

Houston [Richard T. colored) & Co. {George E. 
' Ktilsey) tailors, 117 Merchant 

■ Houston Wm. J. printer, dwl Sutter nr Kearny 

Hovcn Lao, cigars, X\V cor First and Jessie 

Hovey George, carriage-smith, with Kimball & 
Co. bds 206 Stockton 

Hovey John R. brick-layer, 129 Sansome 

How Geo. R. {Harrington & R) dwl SE cor How- 
ard and Third 

Howard Benjamin C. {Pool & K) dwl S s Mis- 
sion nr Fourth 

Howard Charles A. policeman, Maguire's Opera 
• House, dwl 6 St. Mary r 

Howard Chas. Webb {Blackmany H. & Co.) dwl 
cor Jackson and Montgomery 

Howard Daniel S. {Benton & ^i) dwl .38 Natoma 

Howard E. H. accountfent with Conroy & O'Con- 
nor, dwl 53 Montgomery 

Howard George, drayman, dwl E s Selina Place 
nr California 

Howard George, laborer, bda S s Pac nr Davis 

Howard George E. dwl 75 Davis 

HOWARD GEORGE H. real estate, 137 Mont- 
gomery, dwl SW cor Stockton and Pacific 

Howard Harry, N. Y. dep't Freeman & Co.'s Ex- 
press, bds 227 Dupont 

Howard Henry 0. deputy wharfinger, Central 
Wharf dwl 137 Montgomery 

Howard Irvine, molder, Yulcan Iron Wor^s, 
dwl N s Silver bet Second and Third 

Howard James, boarding, 53 Broadway 

Howard John, bds with Doct. Thos. Bennett 

Howard John, with Blake & Moffitt, 70 Merch 

Howard .John, boot-maker, 204 Kearny 

Howard John, hostler, Red Stables, dwl 16 St. 
Mary ' 

Howard Michael, teamster. Fort Point 

Howard Richard, laborer,-. SE cor Sacramento 
and Davis 

HOWARD YOLNEY E..atty at law, NE cor 
Montgomery and California 

Howard William, gas-fitter, bds Manhattan H. 

Howe Abiram R. tinsmith, 166 Commercial 

Howe C. E. B. dwl 73 Pacific 

Howe Elizabeth (widow) dwl with J. W. Gale, 
E s Hubbard bet Folsom and Howard 

Howe George L. with Howe & Co, cor Sansome 
and Clay 

Howe George W. printer, SE cor Clay and Mont- 
gomery dwl Kearny bet Green and Yallejo 

Howe Joseph S. dwl SW cor Bdy and Powell 

Howe Marcels, stevedore, bds 185 California 

Howe W. dwl S s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 

HOWE {Wm.) & CO. wholesale and retail gro- 
cers, cor Sansome and Clay, dwl Bush bet 
Mason and Taylor 



Howes E. K. {Elam & 77.) dwl 280 Clay 

HOWES ( George) &. CO. {Jahez Iloicea) com 
mchts, 155 Sansome, dwl 280 Clay 

Howes Henry, weighman, 79 Davis 

Howes Jabez {Hotves k Co.) dwl 280 Clay 

Howes P. S. apothecary, 9 Clay, bds E s Pros- 
pect Place bet Clay and Sacramento 

HOWELL E. S. agent eastern manufacturers, 46 
Battery 

Howell Joseph L. carrier Bulletin, dwl S s Ellis 
bet Powell and Mason 

Howell L, Y. H. {K Rexjnolds & Co.) dwl E s 
Wood bet Mission and Market 

Howell Orrin, porter, with Verplanck & McMul- 
len, bds with A. D. McDonald 

Howell Thomas, tinsmith, at 82 Sansome, dwl 
123 Pine, rear 

Howland A. .bds What Cheer House 

Howland Rufus, ship carpenter, dwl with Henry 
Morgan 

Howland Stephen, engineer, dwl S s Howard 
bet Fourth and Fifth 

Howland W. F. P. clerk, 22 Montgomery 

Howland W. H. quartz owner, dwl S s Howard 
bet Third and Fourth 

Howlett Charles, agent Quaker City Sewing Ma- 
chines, 168 Montgomery 

Howlett John, feed, coal and wood, SW cor Pa- 
cific and Powell 

Howley Ann Mrs. seamstress, dwl cor Broadway 
and Montgomery 

Howston William S. barber, Tremont House, 
dwl Broadway 

Hoxie Geo. laborer, Am. Flour Mills, bds Jessie 

Hoy Alexander, stoves and tinware, 221 Jackson, 
dwl Leavenworth nr Pacific 

Hoyer Cornelius, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl SW 
cor Prospect Place and California 

Hoyer G. F. & Co. {G. Kratzenstein) groceries, 
137 Washington 

Hoyt Calvin D. Market St. Water Works, S s 
Market opposite Montgomery 

Hoyt Calvin S. stevedore, dwl E s Main bet Fol- 
som and Mission 

Hoyt Cyrus D, foreman P. Hunt & Co.'s stables 

Hoyt John, clerk, with John C. Hoyt, bds Ori- 
ental Hotel 

HOYT JOHN C. agent for underwriters, and U. 
S. inspector of hulls, office NE cor Battery 
and Washington, bds Oriental Hotel 

Hoyt Sylvanus, dairy-ranch, San Jose Road near 
Frank's Hotel 

Huard Alexander, physician, NE cor Washing- 
ton and Dupont 

Hubash Joseph, jeweler, 140 Sacramento, up 
stairs, dwl SW cor Pine and Sansome 

Hubbard Catherine (widow) dwl N s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth 

Hubbard Diamond {Hubbard & Co.) dwl 208 
Montgomery 

Hubbard George D. broker, 35 Front, dwl SW 
cor Harlan Place and Dupont 

HUBBARD {Horace P.) & CO. {Diamond Hub- 
bard) stoves and tinware, 117 Sansome and 
111 Wash, dwl cor Anthony PI and Second 

Hubbard H. T. bds Niantic Hotel 

Hubbard John, drayman, 236 Dupont, bds Lou- 
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Hubbard John C. house-painter, dwl N s Tehama 
Place near First 

Ilubbard Rodolplius, book-keeper, 155 Sacra- 
mento, bds with Natlianiel Gray 

Hubbard Samuel, clerk, P. M. S. S. Co. bds with 
Jonathan Hunt 

Huber Edward A. harness-maker, SE cor Front 
and Jackson 

Huber Francis X. bar-keeper, boards with F. 
Kraus 

Huber Frederick, cook, dwl 211 Kearny 

Huber Henry, real estate, dwl NE cor Sansome 
and Market 

Hubert Numa, attorney at law, 106 Montgom- 
ery, dwl NW cor Union and Dupont 

Hubler James N. wood and coal, 326 Dupont, 
dwl W s Lafayette PI bet Green and Union 

Huchet Paul A. book-keeper, 61 Sacramento 

Huck John, groceries and liquors, NE cor Stock- 
ton and Clay 

Huck {John) & Co. {Fred. Eafermeyer) grocery 
42 Webb 

Huck Joseph, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet Third 
and Fourth 

Huck Valentine, barber, with J. Hammerschmidt 

HUCKS {John J.)t LAMBERT ( William) man- 
ufacturers patent axle grease, N s Xatoma 
bet Second and Third (see advertisement) 

Huddleson James, carpenter, dwl N a Green bet 
Stockton and Dupont 

HUDSON C. & CO. {H. Hudson and Thomas Mc- 
Farland) importers and jobbers, boots, shoes 
and leatlier, 101 Battery, res New York 

Hudson David, produce commission merchant, 
1 Clay, dwl S s Perry nr Third 

HUDSON GEORGE, attorney at law and justice 
Fifth Township, office cor Second and Mar- 
ket, dwl "W s Anthony nr Mission 

Hudson George A. with C. Hudson & Co. dwl 
S\V cor Second and Brannan 

Hudson George B. clerk, 87 and 89 Sansome 

Hudson Henry (C. Hudson k, Co.) res New York 

Hudson Henry C. manufacturer of mustard and 
spices, SW cor Front and Pine, dwl SE cor 
Front and Pine 

Hudson Henry D. calker, dwl N s Minnie nr 
Third 

Hudson Henry S. book-keeper, with D. Gibb & 
Co. dwl N s Silver bet Second and Third 

Hudson James, salesman, 74 Commercial, bds 
St Mark's Place 

Hudson John, plumber, 33 "Webb 

Hudson Nelson, with C. Hudson & Co. dwl E s 
Powell bet Jackson and Pacific 

Hudson P. Jr. clerk, 145 Battery, dwl N s Min- 
nie nr Third 

Hudson Phineas, ship-carpenter, dwl N s Minnie 
nr Third 

Hudson Samuel, drayman, 11 Gordon's Block 
"Washington 

HUENKRT F. AUGUSTUS, cigar manufactory, 
227 Dupont 

Huerne Prosper, architect, NW cor Sacramento 
and Kearny, dwl Montgomery bet Pacific 
and Broadway 

Hueslis Charles, engraver, Montgomery between 
Jackson and Pacific, dwl Auburn bet Jack- 
son and Pacific 



Hueston Samuel, dwl XW cor Sacramento and 
Stockton 

Hufl' Oliver B. (Cammet & K) dwl 105 Dupont 

Hullnor Willinni, reporter, German Democrat, 
dwl W s Stockton bet Post and Sutter 

Hug ( Charles) & Portman {J. U. C.) soap man- 
ufacturers, E 8 Fourth between Mission and 
Market 

Hug Joseph, saloon, SE corner Clay and Mont- 
gomery, basement, dwl corner Howard and 
third 

Hugg Henr}', mcht, dwl with "W. M. Huntoon 

Hughes Abraham, laborer, dwl W s Lafayette 
Place bet Green and Union 

Hughes Arthur, drayman, dwl N s Pacific near 
Sansome 

Hughes Bernard, waiter, with James Hughes, E 
s Ecker 

Hughes Charles G. pressman, Alta California, 
dwl E s Jane bet Natomaand Minnie 

Hughes Charles J. attorney at law, 175 Clay, dwl 
4 Trainer's Row, Kearny 

Hughes David, contractor, dwl N s Stevenson 
bet Third and Fourth 

Hughes Francis, laborer. Fort Point 

Hughes Francis J. physician (odic) 113 Mont- 
gomery, bds 151 Bush 

Hughes George, fruits, NW cor Clay and San- 
some, dwl Simmons nr Folsom 

Hughes H. bds Benton House 

Hughes Henry, importer of English, French and 
German fancj' goods, 99 Battery, dwl N s 
Lombard bet Dupont and Kearny 

Hughes Hugh, harness-maker, at 130 Sansome 

Hughes James, boarding, E s Ecker bet Market 
and Stevenson 

Hughes James, waiter, Oriental Hotel 

Hughes James, shipwright, dwl N s Commercial 
nr East 

Hughes John, bds Miners Home, Pacific 

Hughes John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery 

Hughes John, molder. Union Foundry 

Hughes John G. (Durning, Donnelly & Cb.) dwl 
100 Sansome 

Hughes John M. clerk, with Eugene Kelly & Co. 
NW corner Sansome and Sacramento 

Hughes John P. engineer, dwl 251 Sacramento 

Hughes John R. boots and shoes, 147 Mont- 
gomery, dwl N s Stevenson above Third 

Hughes Lawrence, porter, 131 California, bds 
N s Chambers bet Battery and Front 

Hughes Matthew E. agent for Phelan's billiard 
tables, 182 Montgomery, dwl S s Union 
near Montgomery 

Hughes (P. A.) & Hunter {A. A.) ship-brokers, 
U. S. Court Building, Battery nr Washing- 
ton, dwl N s Bush near Mason 

Hughes Peter, dwl NE cor Commerce and Battery 

Hughes Robert J. stone-mason, dwl Battery near 
Union 

Hughes (Samuel H.) & Snider (Nelson) wood and 
coal, N s Washington bet Drumm and East 

Hughes Thomas A. Custom House broker, dwl 
N s Bush, bet Mason and Taylor 

Huin Alfred, bds cor Harrison and Simmons 

Hulbert H. P. capt stm Peytona, Suisun City Line 

Hulburt (Hiram) k Dodge ( Wm,. K.) hog-ranch, 
corner Tyler and Larkin 



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Hulburt James L. saddler, cor Third and Market, 

dwl SW cor Turk and Larkin 
Hulelian Mary (widow) dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Hulin Norman A. carpenter, dwl NW cor Sacra- 
mento and Kearny 
Hull Benjamin, messenger. Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Hull Edward, (of Hull & Lohman, and D. "W. 
Earle & Co. Sacramento) office 79 Front, 
dwl 263 Stockton 
Hull George S. book-keeper, T, H. Selby & Co. 

dwl 18 Tehama 
Hull M. J. wood-worker, with T. Ogg Shaw, dwl 

Rincon Point 
Hulscher Ernest, carpenter, dwl E s Dupontnear 

Filbert 
Hulse J. C. inspector, Custom House 
Hulsemanu Henrj', clerk, with Von Glahn & Co. 

SW cor Rassette Place No. 1, and Sutter 
Humbert Augustus, {Kellogg & H.) dwl S s "Wash- 
ington bet Dupont and Stockton 
Humbert John, paper-hanger, 60 Kearny 
Humborg N. upholsterer, dwl Kearny nr Bush 
Humbung Augustus, upholsterer, dwl 109 Bush 
Hume William, carpenter, bds 119 Pine 
Hume William W. hat-presser, at 67 California, 

bds Columbia Hotel, Pine 
Humistou C. bds What Cheer House 
Hummel John, carpenter, dwl N s Union, near 

Dupont 
Humphrey Benjamin P, roofer, dwl N a Sutter 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Humphreys A. N. porter, 71 Front 
Humphreys Julius, dwl E s Prospect Place bet 

Pine and Cahfornia 
Humphreys J. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Humphreys Leavitt, with Raymond & Co. dwl 

SE cor Stockton and Broadway 
Humphreys M. A. Miss, asst teacher, primary 

department, Washington Street School 
Humphreys Rachel Miss, dress-maker, dwl with 

Gilbert J. Robinson 
Humphreys William, restaurant, W s Stewart 

bet Mission and Market 
Humphreys William P. surveyor, dwl Brenham 

Place near Clay 
Hungerford M. bds Benton House 
Hungerford McWhorter, salesman, 102 Com 
Hung Lee (Chinese) washing, S s Jackson near 

Davis 
Hunnewell A. A. bds with W. C. Butler 
Hunt -Ann Mrs. washing, dwl E s Brooks bet 

Market and Geary 
Hunt Ann J. (widow) dancing academy, Naglee's 

Building, SW corner Mont and Merchant 
Hunt Carrie L. Miss, first asst teacher, interme- 
diate department, Stockton Street School, 
dwl S s Jackson above Powell 
Hunt Charles, calker, dwl with Samuel R. Hunt 
Hunt Charles A. & Co. flour and grain, 67 Clay, 

dwl 7 Hardie Place bet Sutter and Bush 
Hunt Chester L. special police, dwl 8 Central PI 
Hunt Daniel A. gardener, Presidio Road 
Hunt Daniel 0. milkman, dwl Mission Dolores 

Church, rear 
Hunt David W. windmill builder, dwl 25 Second 
Hunt Edward, with M. Brumagim & Co. bds with 
Jonathan Hunt 



Hunt Edmund G. map agent, at Hutchings & 

Rosentield 
Hunt Edwin, clerk, with Park & White, dwl with 

G. H. Morrison 
Hunt Edwin 0. feed store, dwl 25 Second 
Hunt George E. P. dwl with D. W. Hunt 25 

Second 
Hunt James S. calker, pier 11 Stewart 
Hunt John, cor Pine and Laura Place 
Hunt John, dwl N s Union near Stockton 
Hunt John, carpenter, boards Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Hunt John D. hardware, NE cor Clay and Bat- 
tery, dwl S s Jackson bet Powell and Mason 
HUNT JONATHAN, City and County Tax Col- 
lector, office City Hall, dwl NW cor Califor- 
nia and Powell 
HUNT P. & CO. proptr city omnibusses, N s Third 

nr Folsom, dwl NE cor Quincy and Pine 
Hunt Samuel R. ship-wright, dwl S s Harrison 

bet Beale and Main 
Hunt S. M. Miss, assist teacher, intermediate 

department, Union Street School 
Hunt William, bds with Jonathan Hunt 
Hunt William, app machinist, dwl with Mrs. 

Ann Hunt 
Hunteman C. A. dwl N s Green bet Powell and 

Mason, rear 
Hunter A. A. {Hughes & H.) dwl W s Stockton 

near Clay 
Hunter Andrew M. asst light-house keeper, Fort 

Point 
Hunter Charles C. flour merchant, NW cor Front 

and Jackson, dwl 74 Jackson 
Hunter David, carpenter, dwl 79 Sutter 
Hunter James, laborer, ganger's department. 
Custom House, dwl Filbert bet Jones and 
Leavenworth 
Hunter John, dwl with James A. Wright 
Hunter Lewis C. clerk, with Scott, Curtis & Co. 

dwl Jackson bet Stockton and Powell 
Hunter Samuel C. machinist, Pacific Foundry, 

dwl W s Fourth bet Mission and Howard 
Hunter William, stage driver, with P. Hunt & Co. 
Huntington Calvert L. lodgings, 106 Commercial, 

up stairs 
Huntington Thomas, capt steamship Uncle Sam, 

office with C. K. Garrison & Co. 
Huntoon William M. general merchandise, dwl 

E s Second bet Howard and Tehama 
Huppert Thomas, cabinet-maker, with J. G. 

Clark & Co. 
Hunzen William, clerk, dwl NE cor Waverley 

Place and Clay 
Hurdis {Samuel) & Morrill {E. A.) paint-shop, 

SW cor Sacramento and Dupont 
Hurlbutt A. S. broker, 176 Montgomery, resides 

Oakland 
Hurlbutt Charles, dwl NE cor Sac and Sansome 
Hurlbutt James N. harness-maker, with Kimball 

& Co. 
Hurley Charles, boot-maker, at 88 Battery, dwl 

Broadway bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Hurley C. bds What Cheer House 
Hurley Charles, salesman, 117 Montgomery, dwl 
W s Kearny bet California and Sacramento 
Hurley Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Sutter bet Du- 
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Hurley Daniel, laborer, bds Guerrero bet Sparks 
and Center 

Hurley Miciiael, laborer, S. F. vSugnr Refinery, 
dwl N s Fourth bei Howard and Folsom 

Hurley Samuel G. bag-maker, at 62 Clay, dwl 
Tyson Place 

Hurley William, carpenter, bds Manhattan House 

Husirig Albert, clerk, with John Bruns cor Mar- 
ket and Turk, dwl NE cor Market and Mason 

Husing Henry, clerk, bds SW cor Folsom and 
Simmons 

Huslng Henry & Co. (John D. liming) groceries 
and liquors, SW cor Second and Howard 

Husing John D. {Hmry Htidng & Co.) SW cor 
Second and Howard 

Huss John, laborer, dwl S s Merchant near 
Drunun 

Hussej' Frank, drayman, bds Sansome House, 
SW cor Battery and Yallejo 

Hussey Joseph, tailor, 167 California, dwl Mont- 
gomery bet Union and Filbert 

Hussey Simon, laborer, dwl Montgomery bet 
Union and Filbert 

Hussey William M. mason, dwl 136 Dupont 

Uussniann Arnold, groceries and liquors, SW cor 
Second and Jessie 

Hussmann Henry, clerk, for A. Hussmann, SW 
cor Jessie and Second 

HUTCHIXGS {James M.) & ROSENFIELD 
{Anthony) book-sellers and publishers Cali- 
fornia Magazine, 14.6 Montgomery, dwl Ar- 
mory Hall 

Hutcliins F. bds "What Cheer House 

Hutchinson A. J. & D. milk-ranch Presidio Road 

Hutchinson Alvin E. farmer, dwl Lake House 

Hutchinson Andrew, drayman, Clay cor Drumm 

Hutchinson Christopher, & William H. carpen- 
ters and block-letter makers, 44 Sansome, 
dwl N s Natoma nr Third 

Hutchinson Eliza F. Mrs. dwl with Edgar Briggs 

Hutchinson Hannah M. Mrs. dress maker, 44 
Sansome 

Hutchinson James S. cashier, of Sather & Church, 
dwl N s Harrison bet First and Second 

Hutchinson Joseph C. engineer, at Mission Creek 
Distillery, bds with W. 0. Andrews 

Hutchinson Myron, farmer, dwl San Jose Road 
4 miles from City Hall 

Hutchinson Thomas H. pilot, dwl with Chas. H. 
Domett 

Hutchinson Thos. W. pilot, cor Washington and 
East 

Hutchinson T. R. clerk, 105 Battery, dwl cor 
Stockton and Market 

Hutchinson William, laborer, with Wass, Uznay 
& Co. Metallurgical Works, bds SW corner 
Brannan and Third 

Hutchinson William, dwl Sansome nr Greenwich 

Hutchinson William H. ( C. & W. U. U.) 44 San 

Hutchinson William L. drayman, dwl N s Fol- 
som bet First and Second 

Hutchinson William T. asst engineer stm Helen 
Honsley 

Huth Ciiarles, boot-maker, N s Green nr Dupont 

Hutin John, groceries and liquors, SE cor Du- 
pont and California 

Hutton Henry, butcher, dwl Greenwich bet Ma- 
son and Taylor 



Hutton H. S. reporter Evening Bulletin, dwl 

Green nr Leavenworth 
Hutton James, drayman, cor Clay and Drumm 

dwl Larkin nr Green 
Hutton John, wood-yard, dwl S s Broadway bet 

Jones and Taylor 
Hutton William, laborer, Pacific Museum, NE 

cor Clay and Kearny 
Huxley Charles, ganger, dwl 255 Kearny 
Huxley J. Mead, oftice Slate Ganger 64 Front, 

bds Oriental Hotel 
Hyams George, bds with Harris Woods 
Hyams Leopold, physician, 79 Montgomery, dwl 

Clay Avenue nr Clay 
Hyde Christopher C. dentist, 203 Washington, 

dwl E s Dupont nr Union 
Hyde Harvey, drayman, dwl N 8 Sutter bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Hyde Henry C. with Sanders & Brent, dwl 254 

Powell 
Hyde Isaac, bds What Cheer House 
Hyde James T. physician. Front nr Pacific, dwl 

Tehama House 
Hyde Michael, boarding, N s Pacific nr Front 
Hyde W. F. (widow) dwl 254 Powell 
Hyde William C. book-keeper, Washburn & Co. 

dwl 254 Powell 
Hyde William II. carpenter, dwl E s Mission bet 

Sparks and Tracy 
Hyland John, blacksmith, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Second and Third 
Hyland {Michael) & Ward {Patrick F.) butchers, 

NW cor Tehama and First 
Hyles David, driver, Logue & Skelly, dwl with 

Terrence Biggey 
Hyman M. book-keeper, 88 California, bds N. T. 

Hotel 
Hyman Xathan J. clerk, with Joseph Brothers, 

dwl 149 Montgomery 
HYMAN P. C. & CO. brokers, NW corner Cali- 
fornia and Front, dwl S s Union nr Stock 
Hyne Ernest, dwl Clay nr Hyde 
Hynes M. C. dwl 75 Davis 



ICKE J. upholsterer, with Geo. 0. Whitney & Co. 

dwl Pacific nr Powell 
Ickleheiraer Herman, painter, 129 Kearny, dwl 

S 8 Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
Ide James A. dwl N s Union nr Montgomery 
Ide J. E. dra3'man, dwl Annie nr Mi.ssion 
Ide John, blacksmith, Sansome nr Pacific 
Igo Mary Mrs. dwl S s Clementina bet First and 

Second 
Ilby Sine, dwl SE cor Sac and Leidesdorflf 
lis Frank, salt-water baths, Meiggs AVharf, North 

Beach 
lis John G. stoves, 176 Washington 
Use W^m. chemist, U. S. B. Mint, dwl S s Silver 

nr Third 
Imhaus Lewis, cigars, dwl Mason bet Lombard 

and Chestnut 
Ince Annette Miss, tragedienne, bds Hotel Inter- 
national 
Ince Caroline Miss, actress, bds Hotel Interna- 
tional 



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luce Geo. 11. theatrical agpnt, bda Hotel Inter- 
national 

Inches Robert, drayman, dwl E s Prospect Place 
nr Sacramento 

Ing Andrew D. clerk with Jcseph Boston, dwl 
N\V cor Chestnut and Jones 

Inge Samuel W. attorney at law, dwl N s Cle- 
mentina bet First and Second 

Ingelstone Isaac, boot-maker, S s Jackson nr 
Drumm 

Ingham Thomas, cook, for Mrs. E C. Winn, dwl 
160 Kearny 

Ingles Morgan L. carriage-trimmer, 45 Pine 

Ingrahara Almira Mrs. dwl NW cor Green and 
Calhoun 

Ingraham John, coachman, with Alsop &, Co. 

Ingraham William, saloon, cor Commercial and 
Davis 

Inslee George, cigar-maker, at 198 Kearny, dwl 
87 Montgomery 

Inwood George, dwl 399 Powell, rear 

Iredale Alfred S. (Moot & /.) dwl S s Mission bet 
Fifth and Simmons 

Ireland Lewis F. book-keeper, with Isaac S. 
Josephi, dwl 309 Stockton 

Ireland Samuel, calker, dwelling S s Rincon near 
Main 

Irons Amos A. teamster, with C. L. Place, "W s 
Beale bet Market and Mission 

Irons William, machinist, dwl SW cor Ellis and 
Powell 

Ironsides Susan Mrs. boarding, SE cor Bush and 
San some 

Irvin James, hog- ranch, N s Folsom bet John- 
ston and Thorne 

Irvin Wm. clerk, with J. H. Widber, bds 233 
Kearny 

Irvine David, tailor, dwl N s Post bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Irvine {James) & Co. wholesale grocers, 58 Front 

Irvine James, liquor-saloon, 123 Sacramento 

Irvine Walter, salesman, 119 Montgomery, dwl 
159 Bash 

Irving H. P. {Thompson, I. & Fate) dwl 233 
Kearny 

Irving James D. clerk, dwl with Isaac Cook 

Irving Robert, butcher, bds E s Ritch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Irving Samuel, salesman, with Janson, Bond & 
Co. cor Battery and Clay 

Irving Wm. J., Irving Bakery, NE cor Lick Alley 
and Ecker 

Irwin Ann E. Mrs. dress-maker, 396 Stockton 

Irwin George H. cigars, dwl 296 Stockton 

Irwin James, manager Pacific Club, 161 Com 

Irwin William, clerk, NE cor Kearny and Wash 

Isaac Aaron, hand-cartman, dwl 27 Jessie 

Isaac Albert, tailor, 203 Kearny 

Isaac Benjamin, dwl Hartman Place, bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 

Isaac Marcus, peddler, dwl Adler nr Dupont 

Isaac Michael, tailor, 85 Bush 

Isaac Morris, tailor, 36 Montgomery 

Isaac Wolf, express-wagon, dwl NW cor Geary 
and Dupont 

Isaacs Benjamin, book-keeper, 118 Sacramento 

Isaacs Charles, dwl 127 Dupont 

Isaacs Frank, bds St. Nicholas 



Isaacs Henry J. liquor-saloon, SE cor Sacra- 
mento and Battery 
Isaacs John, bds NE cor Market and Sansome 
Isaacs Joseph, stationery, 131 San, res Oakland 
Isaacs Morris, boots and shoes, 2624^ Dupont 
Isaacs S. 59 and 60 Washington Market 
Isaacs Samuel, peddler, dwl E s Virginia bet 

Pacific and Jackson 
Isenring Charles, ( Oliver & /.) dwl cor St. Mark 

Place and Kearny 
Israel Jacob, dwl E s Virginia 
Israeli H. C. assistant book-keeper, P. M. S. S. 

Co. bds Hotel International 
Itgen John, {Seekamp & Co.) dwl cor Bush and 

Sansome 
Ityen {Charles) & Dettman {Henry) groceries, SE 

cor Bush and Sansome 
Ivan Joseph, harness-maker, bds cor California 

and Sansome 
Iverger Benjamin, {H. Hoesch & Co.) dwl 168 

Clay 
Ivers Richard, agent and broker, 59 and 61 

Sansome, dwl S s Union nr Montgomery 
Ives George, clerk, with J. M. Strobridge & Co. 

dwl S 3 Green nr Stockton 
Ives P. T. bds What Cheer House 
Ivey Wm. porter, Samuel Price & Co. dwl S s 

Sherwood Place nr Third 
Ivory Patrick, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

& Co. dwl Clinton Temperance House 



Jack John C. importer liquors, 175 Sansome, bds 

Plaza Hotel 
Jacko Jacob, matress-maker, dwl S s Pacific 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Jackson Andrew, foreman, with Fisher & Co. 

dwl E s Mont bet Green and Vallejo 
Jackson Anthony, coachman, J. C. Palmer, dwl 

359 Stockton 
Jackson Archibald, (colored) dwl 295 Pacific 
Jackson Benjamin, job-wagon, dwl S s Green 

nr Stockton 
Jackson Charles, manufacturer of vinegar, dwl 

N s Vallejo nr Stockton 
Jackson Emanuel, merchant, dwl Ss Clementina 

bet First and Second 
Jackson Francis W. English Ale Saloon, 150 

California 
Jackson James, bar-keeper, Ivy Green Saloon, 

dwl 104 Merchant 
Jackson James, (colored) bar-keeper, 252 Pacific 
Jackson John A. (colored) dwl 132 Broadway 
Jackson Joseph, merchant, dwl SE cor Sacra- 
mento and Brooklyn Place 
Jackson Robert, bds NE cor Oregon and Davis 
Jackson Warrow (colored) laborer, dwl S s Jes- 
sie bet First and Second 
Jackson William, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Jackson Wm. (colored) dwl S s Fella Alley bet 

Bush and Pine, Stockton and Powell 
Jacob Abraham, clerk, 59 Sacramento 
Jacob J. clothing, Pacific nr Front 
Jacob Michel boot-maker, W s Sansome nr 

Washington 
Jacob Morris, cap-maker, dwl 18 Jackson 



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Jacobs A. dwl S s Jackson nr Druinm 

Jacobs Aaron, glazier, dwl E s Ilassette Place 

No. 2 nr Sutter 
Jacobs, Abraliam & Co. ( Wolf Reinsch) cap-ma- 
kers, 79 Montgomery 
Jacobs Isaac, clothing. 22 First 
Jacobs J. capt sclir Ellen Maria, Clay St. "Wharf 
Jacobs James R. watchman, C. H. dwl 8 Green 
Jacobs Joseph, tailor, 325 Dupont 
Jacobs Lewis, clerk. 73 Commercial 
Jacobs M. boot-maker, 143 Sansome 
Jacobs Nathan M. agent, dwl 27 Second 
Jacobs N. B. with Tbacher t Co. 137 Clay 
Jacobs Oliver, tailor, dwl NW cor Harlan Place 

and Dupont 
Jacobs Pefer, grocer. Mason bet Lombard and 

Greenwich 
Jacobs S. L. <fc Co. {Jacob Goldsmith) imps dry 
goods and clothing, 70 Cal, dwl SW cor Sac- 
ramento and Taylor 
Jacobs Solomon, dry goods, 307 Stockton 
Jacobs W. bds Hillman's Temperance House 
Jacobsohn Raphael, butcher, dwl S s Post bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Jacobson C. capt sclir J. P. Haven, Pacific St. 

AVharf 
Jacobson Christian A. dwl 144 Mission 
Jacobson Julias, porter, 46 Front 
Jacoby Jacob, tailor, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Harlan Place 
Jacoby {Louis) & Bremmerraan {Henry) whole- 
sale dealers native wine, 86 Montgomery 
Jacoby Samuel, clerk, dwl 48 St. Mark's Place 
Jacquelin E. H. way-bill dep't. Freeman & Co.'s 

Express?, dwl 236 Washington 
Jacques Joseph (colored) boot-black, Merchant 

nr Kearny 
Jaeck Adam, butcher, dwl N 3 Green bet Pow- 
ell and Stockton, rear 
Jaffe Jacob, cloaks and mantillas, 141 Sac 
Jaffes Louis {Leowenberg & Co.) 55 Sansome 
Jahu Gustav, bar-keeper, 123 Sacramento 
James Charles A. book-keeper, Tremont House 
James E. L. messenger, Wells, Fargo & Co. 
James Stephen, tinware and stoves, 122 San 
James T. wheelwright, with P. Hunt & Co. dwl 

SE cor Ritch and Folsom 
James Wm. S. butcher, Cable Market, 365 Stock- 
ton, dwl W 8 Powell nr Jackson 
James Wm. T. butcher, S s Jackson nr Davis 
Jameson Wm. porter, 115 Clay 
Jamison C. C clerk, dwl Brenham Place nr Clay 
Jamison Henry A. blacksmith, at 67 Pine 
Jamison John, express wagon, dwl S s O'Farrell 

bet Powell and Mason 
Jamison T. S. cook, Railroad House 
JANES HENRY B. superinten't public schools 
office City Hall, dwl N s Virginia Place nr 
Dupont bet California and Pine 
JANES (£/b?-ace jf.) LAKE {Delos) <fc BOYD 
(James T.) attorneys at law, 8, 9, 10 and 11 
Wells' Building, dwl South Park 
Janes J. L. Tehama House 
Janke Chas. A. proptr Turn Yerein Hall, dwl N 

s Bush bet Stockton and Powell 
Janke Chas. F. farmer, bds with C. A, Janke 
Janowitz Simon, hand-cartman, 71 California, 
dwl 156 Pacific 



Jan8on(C. ^.) Bond {Chas. W.) & Co. {Albert 

Miller and D. W. JIak) importers and job- 
bers dry goods, 95 Battery cor Clay 
Janson George, 114 Washington 
Jantzen Frederick, crockery, 67 Kearny 
Jantzen John H. clerk, with Wm. Nelson, Mis- 
sion St. Wharf 
Janus Oscar, saloon, NE cor Dolores and Center 
Jaquermot L. carpenter, dwl Post bet Jones and 

Taylor 
Jaquillard Andrew, waiter, 202 Washington 
JARBOE JOHN R. atty at law, 101 Merchant, 

bds Carswell House 
Jaretzky Martz, dwl N s Broadway bet Stockton 

and Dupont 
Jarrett Thomas, liquor-saloon, S s Jack nr Davis 
Jarvis F. bds What Cheer House 
Jaudin E. {Kennedy & J.) dwl cor Mason and 

Jackson 
Jaujou Loui.s, carpenter, cor Pacific and Jackson 
Jaurnee John M. dwl Kearny bet Bush and Pine 
Jay Charles E. tanner, dwl 99 Pine 
Jeffress John T. refiner. Pacific Sugar Refinery, 

dwl N s Folsom bet Harris and Simmons 
Jeffrey Robert H. stevedore, dwl N s Clementina 

bet First and Second 
Jeffreys Patrick, laborer, dwl 41 Minnie 
Jefls James M. fruit-dealer, cor Clay and Mont- 
gomery, dwl cor Filbert and Leavenworth 
Jefts Stillman S. engineer, dwl Leavenworth bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Jefferson Royal L. {Bunker & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Powell and Bush 
Jefferson Thomas, ship- carpenter, Rincon Point, 

bds 46 Sansome 
Jehu Nathaniel L. policeman, dwl S s Green nr 

Kearny 
Jeizk Adam, butcher, S s Broadway nr Sansome, 

dwl N s Green nr Powell 
JELLINGS EDWARD, liquors, NE cor Sansome 

and Halleck, dwl cor Sacramento and San 
Jenkins Ignatius S. dwl N s Greennr Stockton 
Jenkins James H. newspaper-agent, bds with M. 

A. H. Pettit 
Jenkins James W. mining, dwl N s Folsom bet 

First and Second 
Jenkins John, dry-goods, E s Dupont nr Bdy 
Jenkins John R. engineer, dwl SW cor Mission 

and Jane 
Jenkins Kate Mrs. dwl N s Jessie bet Second 

and Third 
Jenkins William, porter, SE cor Sacramento and 

Leidesdorfi" up stairs 
Jenkins William, machinist. Union Foundry 
Jenner William A. dwl N s Mission bet Johnston 

and Price 
Jennings Charles B. clerk, cor Front and Jackson 
Jennings David A. {Fordham J. & Co.), dwl S s 

Jackson nr Taylor 
Jennings Elisha E. tailor, with Mansfield & Wood, 

dwl SE cor Green and Stockton 
Jennings James A. barber, 217 Kearny 
Jennings J. 0. salesman, Quincy Hall, 149 Wash 
Jennings {Oliver B.) & Brewster {Benjamin), 

imps clothing, 72 Battery, dwl Essex Place 

bet First and Second 
Jennings Thos. with Fonda & Gray, dwl N s 

Folsom" bet Second and Third 



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Jenny B. dwl 376 Powell, rear 

Jouny Enoch S. watchman, dwl NW cor Folsom 

and Third 
Jensen Louise (widow), dwl N 8 Jessie bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Jensen T. C. cooper, "W s Second bet Natoma 

and Howard 
Jeorifren Mark, laborer, dwl 36 Commercial 
Jero Stephen, drayman, dwl S s Bdy nr Kearny 
Jeromecook Alexander, butcher, with Garwood 

& Ambrose, bds Niantic Hotel 
Jesper Samson, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Jessup Andrew J. engineer, at Bovee & Co.'s, 

dwl W s Kearny nr Green 
Jessup (.4. Jl) & Merrill {R. A.), hardware and 

crockery, 36 Clay 
Jessup Richard M. vice-prest Cal. S. N. Co. office 

NE cor Front and Jackson, dwl 212 Wash 
Jessup W. Henr}', carpenter, dwl SE cor Folsom 

and Brown 
Jewett Alpha C. wood-sawyer, bda Isthmus H. 
Jeweit William S. portrait-painter, 166 Clay, dwl 

cor Clay and Stockton 
Jillard M. Mrs. boarding, E s Drumm bet Jackson 

and Pacific 
Jimerson John, quartz-miner, dwl W s Kearny 

bet Vallejo and Green 
Jiuner Joseph, watchman, bda Clinton Tempe- 
rance House 
Joaclimen M. pianist, dwl SW cor Commercial 

and Kearny 
Job Peter, saloon and restaurant, 211 Wash 
Jobson Charles P. {Ayers & Co.), dwl Harris 

Hou.«e, Pine 
JOBSON DAVID, dwl Powell bet Filbert and 

Union 
Johanning Lewis, millinery, dwl Price nr Folsom 
Johanning Louis, tinsmith, at 92 Clay, bds What 

Cheer House 
John Thomas, carpenter, dwl Greenwich bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Johns Edward, melter, with S. Molitor & Co. 

. dwl 396 Powell 
Johns Elizabeth D. Mrs. dwl N s Green nr Stock 
Johns Thomas D. bds 280 Stockton 
Johns William M. book-keeper, Bay City Brew- 
ery, bds 8 HarUie Place 
Johnson {A.) & Kelsey {E. Hervey), Milkman's 

Exchange 125 Kearny, dwl Bush 
Johnson Aaron {Canfidd, Fierson & Co.) dwl 

Mason bet Bush and Sutter 
Johnson Abraham, fireman, Tehama House 
Johnson Abram, tailor, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Johnson Albert, dwl S s Bush bet Stockton and 

Dupont 
Johnson Andrew (colored), cook, dwl 218 Stock 
Johnson Arthur, laborer, dwl NE cor Post and 

Dupont 
Johnson Benjamin H. miner, dwl 12 Virginia 
Johnson Bridget, washing, dwl Sacramento near 

Drumm 
Johnson Charles, packing boxes, SE cor Sacra- 
mento and Battery 
Johnson Charles, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds N s Folsom nr toll-gate 
Johnson Charles B. clerk, bds 280 Stockton 
Johnson Charles E. clerk, dwl 280 Stockton 



Johnson Charles E. Mrs. boarding, 280 Stockton 
Johnson Charles J. SI*] cor Jackson and Dupont 
Johnson Daniel, molder, dwl 4 Central Place 
Johnson Daniel, 35 Front, bds California Hotel 

cor Commercial and Dupont 
Johnson Eben, milk-ranch, Presidio Road nr 

La gun a 
Johnson Edward (colored), with Lester & Gibbs 
Johnson E. J. Mrs. 156 Sacramento, up stairs 
Joh.nson Elihu, ntty at law, 101 Merchant 
Johnson Eliza Mrs. dwl S s Vallejo nr Stockton 
Johnson Elizabeth, (widow), dwl W s Scotland, 

bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Johnson G. capt sloop S. K. Bowen, Clay St. 

Wharf 
Johnson George, with F. S. Ellmaker, dwl Bay 

State Row 
Johnson George, miner, bds SE cor Bush and 

San some 
JOHNSON GEORGE C. & CO. {Geo. W. GMs), 

imps iron and steel, 36 and 38 Battery and 

consul for Norway, Sweden and Denmark, 

dwl South Park 
Johnson George H. photographic and ambrotype 

gallery, 185 Clay 
Johnson George W. mate, stmp John L. Stephens 

dwl W s Mason bet Jackson and Pacific 
Johnson H. Rev. pastor Olive Branch Church cor 

Jane and Minnie 
Johnson Harriet Miss, (colored), dwl 291 Pacific 
Johnson Harriet L. Miss, adjuster, U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl Clay nr Powell 
Johnson Harry, planer, bds SE cor Sacramento 

and Davis 
Johnson Henry, engineer, dwl S s Sherwood PI 

bet Second and Third 
Johnson Henry, dancing-master, dwl NW cor 

Clay and Dupont 
Johnson Henry, seaman, dwl NW cor Green 

and Calhoun 
Johnson Henry, special police, dwl S s Yallejo 

near Stockton 
JOHNSON HENRY & CO. {Edward Hall), imps 

drugs 146 Washington, dwl 280 Stockton 
Johnson J. imp milllinery and fancy goods, 81 

California, dwl 156 Sacramento 
Johnson Jacob, watch-maker, SW cor First and 

Stevenson 
Johnson (James B), & Young {Thomas D.), 

millwrights and engineers, 56 First 
JOHNSON J. C. & CO. imps harness, etc. 130 

Sansome, dwl S s Washington nr Mason 
Johnson J. J. bds at Railroad House 
Johnson J. M. coal, cor Battery and Oregon, dwl 

Yerba Buena bet Clay and Sacramento 
Johnson J. N. bds E s Yerba Buena bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay 
Johnson John, steward, dwl cor Green and 

Reed's Place 
Johnson John, clerk, for Cord Pope, 92 Dupont 
Johnson John Lewis (colored), boarding, NE 

cor Virginia and Washington 
Johnson John M. 130 Sansome, dwl S s Wash- 
ington nr Mason 
Johnson John S. special police, dwl Union bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Johnson Olivia B. (widow) dwl S s St. Mark's 
I Place bet Dupont and Kearny 



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101 



Johnson Kacey W. (colored) barber, 41 Kearny, 
dwl Selina Place bet Dupont and Stockton 

Johnson Louis, seaman, bds Contra Costa House, 
East nr Jackson 

Johnson Melville, printer, Pacific Methodist, dwl 
California above Stockton 

Johnson Orrick, livery-stable, 104 and 106 Kear- 
ny, dwl 237 Clay 

Johnson P. capt schr Liz. Shea, Washington St. 
Wharf 

Johnson (P.) & Gunning (James) saloon, cor East 
and Merchant 

Johnson Patrick, laborer, dwl rear of Willows 
bet Guerrero and Valencia 

John.''on P. D. dwl Drumtn nr Washington 

Johnson Peter, cofl'ee-stand, corner Washington 
and East 

Johnson Peter, cooper, with Baker & Cutting 

Johnson Peter, porter, GrifSng's Warehouse, dwl 
W s Baldwin Court between Folsom and 
Howard 

Johnson Peter, special policeman 

Johnson (Peter F.) & Smith (//. M.) saloon, N s 
Everett bet Third and Fourth 

Johnson P. F. teacher languages, 13 Kearny 

Johnson Pierce R. Venetian Blind Manufactory, 
84 Bush 

Johnson Robert C. book-keeper, with George C. 
Johnson & Co. bds with Geo. C. Johnson 

Johnson Samuel, laborer, dwl 16 Sacramento 

Johnson Samuel M. with Walter & Tompkins, 
dwl 144 Washington 

JOHNSON (Sidn&y L.) & ROSE (Julius K.) at- 
torneys at law, 137 Montgomery, dwl S s 
Turk bet Ma.son and Taylor 

Johnson Simeon S. house-builder, dwl W s St. 
Ann bet Eddy and Ellis 

Johnson S. M. weigher and measurer, Custom 
House 

Johnson S. S. (Charles Clayton & Co.) resides 
Santa Clara 

Johnson Thomas, bds 109 Sacramento 

Johnson Thomas, butcher, NE cor Second and 
Stevenson, dwl S s Stevenson bet First and 
Second 

Johnson Thomas, dwl 247^ Kearny 

Johnson T. J. carpenter, dwl 4 Brown's PI, rear 

Johnson T. Rogers, regalia manufacturer and 
Grand Secretary Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F. 
184 Montgomery, dwl Grove nr Van Ness 
Avenue 

Johnson William, baker, dwl NE cor Broadway 
and Stockton 

Johnson William, butcher, with August Frank. 
NW cor Third and Folsom 

Johnson William, cabinet-maker, dwl 183 Cal 

Johnson William, porter, dwl cor Broadway and 
Battery 

Johnson William H. paper-carrier, Alta Califor- 
nia, dwl NW cor Greenwich and Mont 

Johnston Charles H. C. longshoreman, dwl NE 
cor Alta and Montgomery 

JOHNSTON GEORGE PEN, U. S. Commis- 
sioner, clerk U. S. Circuit Court, 6 U. S. 
Court Building, and associate editor Na- 
tional, bds with W. H. Chevers 

Johnston Henry James, stm Cortes, dwl SW cor 
Vallejo and Florence 

18 



Johnston James, 1 87 Washington 
Johnston James W. dwl Mi.ssion Road nr Bridge 
Johnston (James) & Reay (A.W.) tinners, plumb- 
ers and stove-dealers, 41 Buttery, dwl E s 

Montgomery, bet Bush and Sutter 
Johnston Jeremiah, fruits, dwl 122 Jackson 
Johnston John, clerk, cor Mont and Vallejo 
Johnston John, carpenter, dwl Filbert bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Johnston John & Co. lumber, SW cor Market 

and Stewart 
Johnston John H. (Rohrs & J.) dwl Stockton 

nr Filbert 
Johnston Sarah Mrs. furnished rooms, 211 Clay 
Johnston Theophilus, carpenter, dwl S s Bush 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Johnston Thomas J. clerk, with J. J. Felt, bds 

Railroad House 
Johnston W. B. (J. P. Haven & W. B. J.) dwl 

Essex nr Folsom 
Johnston William, boot-maker, dwl N s Folsom 

bet First and Second 
JOICE ERASTUS V. notary public, and agent 

Suisun steamers, NE corner Battery and 

Washington, dwl 205 Stockton 
Joinct Victor, machinist, Leidesdorflf bet Clay 

and Commercial 
Jollifife William H. pilot, cor Davis and Vallejo 
Jolobois J. B. dwl Stockton nr Filbert, rear 
Jonas Isaac A. jeweler, 43 Pacific 
Jones Alexander, laborer, bds 19 Jackson 
Jones Annie Mrs. (colored) dwl NW cor Stock- 
ton and Sacramento 
Jones Augustus D. printer, dwl cor Union and 

Cadel's Alley 
Jones Avonia Miss, tragedienne, Maguire's Opera 

House, bds Oriental Hotel 
Jones Catherine (widow) dwl N s Fuller bet 

Webb and Kearny 
Jones Charles A. taxidermist, bds W s Powell, 

bet Jack.son and Pacific 
Jones Charles C. broker, 71 Front, dwl N sBush 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Jones Charles J. machine sewing, bds What 

Cheer House 
Jones Charles F. machinist, boards with Gardner 

Elliot 
JONES CYRUS W. book-keeper, SE cor Front 

and Washington, dwl E s Powell bet Sutter 

and Bush 
JONES (David) WOOLL (John) & SUTHER- 

LAND (Edwin), gilders, 82 Montgomer)-, 

dwl 121 Pine (see advertisement) 
Jones (David) & Co. ( G. T. Boulden) proprietors 

Eagle Hotel, W s Beale between Folsom and 

Harrison / 

Jones {David R) & Co. (John Mills anfl John 

Franklin) manufacturers redwood lumber, 

pier 10 Stewart, dwl E s Pollard bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont 
Jones E. bds What Cheer House 
Jones Edmond, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Jones Edward, real estate agent, dwl 204 Clay 
Jones Edward, molder, bds 8 Natoma 
Jones Edward, melter, with S. Molitor & Co. dwl 

Powell bet Union and Greenwich 
Jones Edward, attorney at law, 204 Clay, dwl S 

s Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 



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Jones Edward D. painter, dwl Confederation H. 
JONES (Etiai U.) TOBIN (Thovms) & CO. 

(M. E. Tobin) importers of laces, hosiery 

and fancy poods, NE cor Sansome and Sac- 
ramento, dwl 271 Stockton 
Jones Evan A. porter, 54 Front 
Jones Francis, cook. Ball's Saloon, dwl SE cor 

Merchant and ilontgomery 
JONES FRANKLIN L. house and sign painter, 

190 Clay, dwl 180 Jackson 
Jones Frederick E. with H. McNally. dwl N 8 

Bush bet Taylor and Mason 
Jones Frederick \V. machinist, Pacific Foundry, 

dwl W s Fourth bet Howard and Mission 
Jones Geo. waiter, dwl 3 Central Place 
Jones Geo. E. store-keeper, Golden Age, dwl 12 

Harlan Place 
Jones Geo. W. lumber surveyor, dwl 111 Kearny 
Jones Geo. "W. A. salesman, with C. Morrill, 

bds "V\'hat Cheer House 
Jones Gideon C. {Truett, J. & Arrington) dwl 

NE cor Minnie and Second 
Jones Harrison, saddles and harness, 84 Kearny, 

dwl 104 Dupont 
Jones H. B. rancho, dwl 17 Kearny 
Jones James, dwl S s Riley bet Taylor and Jones 
Jones James, commission merchant, 140 Davis 
Jones James, (colored) dwl Miles Place nr Sac 
Jones James J. agricultural implements, dwl S 

s Vallejo bet Mason and Taylor 
Jones James S. carpenter, SW cor "Waverley 

Place and Washington 
JONES JAMES T. wines and liquors, 132 Cal 
Jones J. J. carpenter, Davis nr California 
Jones John, commission merchant, 48 California, 

up stairs, dwl S s Jackson bet Powell and 

Mason 
Jones John, boot-maker, cor Pacific and San- 
some, dwl Vallejo bet Mont and Sansomo 
Jones John, (colored) dwl 4 Virginia Place 
Jones {JoM) & Co. {Eldridge G. Cook and Albert 

Basse) groceries and liquors, SW cor First 

and Howard 
Jones Joseph, dwl NW cor Stockton and Pacific 
Jones Joseph, hostler, with P. Hunt & Co. 
Jones Joseph, dwl 5 Varenne Place 
Jones Joseph D. brick-layer, dwl Francisco nr 

Bay 
Jones Joseph H. (Hazeltine & J.) dwl 135 Wash 
Jones M. bds Benton House 
Jones Martha Mrs. furnished rooms, 154 Cal 
Jones Melinda Mrs. comedienne, Maguire's Opera 

House, bds Oriental Hotel 
Jones Patrick, ship-carpenter, bds with Mrs. 

Catharine Jones 
Jones Peter, shipwright, dwl SE cor Rincou and 

Main 
Jones Robert, calker, dwl with Moses Chinmark 
Jones Robert, waiter. Oriental Hotel 
Jones Samuel D. merchant, dwl N s Minnie bet 

Second and Third 
Jones S. D. salesman, 98 and 100 Commercial, 

dwl Minnie bet First and Second 
JONES {Simeon L.) & BENDIXEN, {George L 

J. Bendixen and W. M. Rundell) auctioneers, 

61 and 63 California, dwl E s Fremont bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Jones Thomas, furniture, N s Pacific nr Front 



Jones Thomas, (colored) liquors, S s Broadway 

nr Dupont 
Jones Wm. B. &. Co. merchants, 79 Front, bds 

Brannan House, cor Bush and Sansome 
Jones ( William H. ) & Co. {Samuel Daniels), stoves 

and tinware, cor Third and Folsom 
Jones Wm. M. store-keeper, warehouse dept C. 

H. dwl W s Taylor bet Jackson and Wash 
Joost Fabien {Joost & Brother) dwl SW cor How- 
ard and Third 
Joost Tonjes, groceries and liquors, 90 Pine, cor 

Leidesdorff 
Joost (Tonjes) & Brother (Fabien) groceries, SW 

cor Howard and Third, dwl NE cor Leides- 
dorff and Pine 
Jordan A. P. {Davis & J.) res Santa Cruz 
Jordan Auguste, jeweler, dwl 14 Vallejo 
Jordan Charles G. carpenter, dwl NE cor Trinity 

and Sutter 
Jordan Dennis, builder, dwl 52 St. Mark Place 
Jordan Jas. hair-dresser, at Montgomery Baths, 

dwl NW cor California and Stockton 
Jordan James & Co. liquor-saloon, SE cor Front 

and Commercial, bds What Cheer House 
Jordan Judith, (widow) dwl W s Stockton bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Jordan Morris, jewelry, 165 Montgomery, dwl 

177 Washington 
Jordan P. (colored) hand-eartman, E s Pinkney 

Place bet Kearny and Hinkley 
Jordan Rudolf, {Joseph Frank & Co.) dwl Second 

op South Park 
Jorgensen Jacob E. plumber and tinsmith, 57 

Montgomery 
Jorres George, carpenter, dwl Bailey's Alley nr 

Bush 
Jorre.s Wm. carpenter, dwl E s Stockton, bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Joseph B. merchant, bds St. Nicholas 
Joseph Elisha, dwl S s Union nr Montgomery 
Joseph J. B. (Joseph Brothers) dwl 149 Mont 
JOSEPH BROTHERS, (L. B. & J. B. J.) 

watches, diamonds, jewelry, etc. 149 Mont 
Joseph Michael J. cigar-maker, at 198 Kearny, 

dwl 14 First 
Josephs John, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Josephi Isaac S. importer watches, jewelry, etc. 

177 Washington, dwl cor Kearny and Clay 
Josselyn Freeman M. dwl with Geo. M. Josselyn 
JOSSELYN G. M. & CO. (George 0. Fairfield) 

ship chandlers, Market nr Stewart, dwl N s 

Folsom nr First 
Josselyn Joseph H. physician, office NE cor 

Montgomery and California, dwl N s Fol- 
som bet Wood and Brown 
Josselyn Wm. capt schooner Mount Vernon, 

Washington Street Wharf 
Josserand Pierre, barber, N s Pacific nr Stock 
Jost Edward N. cigars, SE cor Front and Com 
Jouine John M. carpenter, dwl 19 Kearny 
Jourden Wm. B. real estate, dwl S a Clementina 

bet First and Second 
Joy Edwin F. w-aterman, dwl SW cor Powell 

and Washington 
Joy Hartford, dwl Taylor bet Green and Union 
Joy Reuben M. waterman, dwl W s Taylor, bet 

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Joy Robert B. waterman, dwl W s Taylor bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Joyce Martin, laborer, dwl near Mission Street 

Bridjre 
Jovce Robert, waiter, "What Cliecr House 
Joynt William. (Ewald & Co.) dwl 238 Clay 
Judab Benjamin, (colored) barHer, dwelling S s 

Broadway bet Kearny and Pupont 
Judd K. 0. printer. 111 Washington, dwl "Vin- 
cent near Union 
Judd W. E. ship-joiner, bds Manhattan House 
Judevine A.broom-maker,Sacramento, nr Druram 
Judge Henry, harness-maker, at 82 Battery 
Judge Thomas, waiter. What Cheer House 
Judson Charles C. with Farmer, Chase & Co. bds 

First Avenue bet Valencia and Mission 
Judson Egbert, (Farmer, Chase & Co.) dwl First 

Avenue bet Mission and Valencia 
Judson James, dwl First Avenue bet Mission 

and Valencia 
Jugenski Benjamin, (Broum & J.) dwl 75 Kearny 
Jugnet Antoine, French boarding house, SE cor 

Kearny and Fuller's Alley 
Jules Jean, sausnge-raaker, dwl 63 Merchant 
Jules Marie Madame, seamstress, 39 Kearny 
Julidz Herman, Globe Hotel, 243 and 245 Dupont 
Jullion Jean B. blacksmith. 111 Kearny 
Juugcurt Theodore, druggist, dwl 101 Kearny 
Jungermann Julius L. watch-maker and jeweler, 

97 Sansome, dwl N s Mission bet Second 

and Third 
Jurgens Behrend, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Pine and Kearny 
Jury John, watch-case polisher, with P. Gian- 

nini, dwl Mission 
Just Herman, bar-keeper, dwl 56 Kearny 
Just St. boarding, 298 Stockton 
JUSTH E. assayer and refiner, 108 Battery, dwl 

109 Broadway 



K ABLER Parks F. dwl N s Post bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Kaeding Charles, junk, 44 Davis, dwl N 8 Post 

above Powell 
Kaeding Otto, laborer, bds with Charles Kaeding 
Kaelitz Henry, painter, dwl 364 Powell 
Kafka John, physician, office SW cor Kearny 

and Pine 
Kafka Lee F. harness-maker, at 84 Kearny, dwl 

Lafayette Restaurant 
Kahman George, (Ortmann & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Post and Kearny 
Kahn Aaron, merchant, dwl 223 Jackson 
Kahn Hymann, porter, dwl 119 Bush 
Kaindler Gustave, (Verdkr &, A'.) dwl SW cor 

Stockton and Washington 
Kale Thomas, hack driver, Plaza, dwl Mahon 

Place bet Post and Geary 
Kalischer Simon, cap-maker, 75 Montgomery 
Kalish Arnold, cigars, S s Jackson nr East, bds 

What Cheer House 
Kalkhoft' Joseph, bar-keeper, corner Pacific and 

Dupont 
Kalmuk M. (Jfamlock & Co.) SW cor Battery 

and Commercial 



Kames James, cook, Alden's Dining Saloon, San 
Kanary David, {Ilopjys k A'.) dwl Second 
Kanary John, laborer, dwl N s St. Mark's Place 

bet Dupont and Kearny 
Kanary Martin, butcher, W 8 Second bet Natoroa 

and Howard 
Kane Bridget Mrs. boarding, 10 Sansome 
Kane J. bds What Cheer House 
Kane John bds 10 San.some 
Kane John, laborer, Washington Market, dwl 

N s Tehama bet Fourth and Fifth 
Kane John, laborer, dwl 27 Jessie 
Kane Michael, clerk, at Niantic Hotel 
Kane Michael, carpenter, dwl N s Chestnut bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Kane Michael. United States Appraisers Office, 

dwl 323 Powell 
Kane Owen, laborer, bds 39 Jackson 
Kane Patrick, drayman, dwl S s Natoma bet 

First and Second 
Kane Sylvanus J. cooper, dwl W a Front near 

Market 
Kanine G. F. waterman, bds 18 Bush 
Kanitz Moritz, cigars, 154 Montgomery, dwl 102 

Merchant 
Kanna Margaret C. Mrs. dress-maker, 86 Pacific 
Kantfield John, shipping merchant, dwl E s Fre- 
mont bet Folsom and Harrison 
Kantz G. W, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark & 

Co. 
Kanzelmeier Frederick, boot and shoe-maker, 

dwelling 90 Kearny 
Kaplan Lewis, clerk, 82 Sacramento, boards 

American Exchange 
Karataus Marcus, cook, Bank Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Block 
Karly James, cooper, dwl S s Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Karr Andrew, laborer, dwl NE cor Union and 

Kearny 
Karsch Daniel, dwl N s Filbert bet Mason and 

Powell 
Karsch John D. clerk, 39 Commercial, dwelling 

Filbert bet Powell and Mason 
Kaskal M. manuf hats and caps, 143 Commercial 
Kaskill Joseph, fruits. Pacific near Davis 
Kassou Chester S. reporter, San Francisco Prices 

Current, 128 Sansome 
Kast F. X. boots and shoes, SE cor Sacramento 

and Leidesdorff 
Kastus Henry, cigars, SW cor Kearny and Pacific 
Kattenhorn Albert, fruit-stand, 208 Washington 
Katz Alexander, miller, Pioneer Flour Mills, S s 

Market opposite Oriental Hotel 
Katz Frederick, Jackson Market, 201 Jackson 
Kaufi'mann William, musician, dwl 376 Powell, 

rear 
Kaunze John C. dwl N s Green bet Powell and 

Stockton 
Kavanagh George, proprietor Pioneer Bakery, 

SW cor Geary and Dupont 
Kay George B. vegetables, 11 New Market, bds 

Keystone House 
Kayes Martin, laborer, bds with G. W. Smith 
Keaoh Wm. R. laborer, with P. A. Cook, Bush 

nr Lone Mountain 
Kean John, porter, 53 and 55 Front, dwl Geary 
I bet Mason and Taylor 



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Kean Jolin, stage-driver, with P. Hunt & Co. 
Keaue George, builder, dwl 228 Dupont 
Keaue Joliii, carpenter and builder, dwl 228 

Dupont 
Keane Michael F. dwl E s Mason nr Broadway 
Kearii John, gardener, cor Folsom and Fifth 
Kearney Ann E. ilrs. ladies' hair drf.ssing saloon, 

SE cor Second and Natonia 
Kearney Jaraes, drayman, dwl E s Stockton nr 

Washington 
Kearney James, tailor, dwl Price opposite S. F. 

Sugar Refinery 
Kearney Jaraes M. plasterer, dwl Ss Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Kearney John, boatman, dwl Vallejo bet Mont- 

gomerj'- and Sansome 
Kearney John, carpenter, bds Half "Way House, 

N s Folsom 
Kearney Michael, bottler, SE cor Battery and 

Jackson 
Kearuish Edward, ship-carpenter, bds 13 Clem- 
entina 
Kearnish Thomas, ship-carpenter, bds 13 Clem- 
entina 
Kearns Bernard, sail-maker, bds with Michael 

Fagan 
Kearns Mathew, dwl "W s Mason nr Green 
Keating Dennis, plasterer, dwl SE cor Sutter and 

Powell 
Keating Jas. P. (Brackett & K.) dwl 18 Natoma 
Keating J. D. express-messenger, 83 Davis 
Keating Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Jane bet Min- 
nie and Mission 
Keating Patrick, groceries and liquors, S s Ste- 
venson bet First and Second 
Keating Patrick, melter. Pacific Foundry, dwl N 

s Minnie bet Second and Third 
Keay Thomas F. fruits, 32 Montgomery 
Kedien Patrick, plasterer, dwl E s Webb bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento 
Kedly James, mason, bds 182 Pacific 
Kee Chong (Chinese) washing, 53 Washington 
Kee Sam (Chinese) merchant, 168 Sacramento 
Kee Tsam (Chinese) merchant, 193 Sacramento 
Keefe Cornelius, laborer, bds 90 Pine 
Keefe Dennis, laborer, bds 5 Sacramento 
Keefe James, laborer, Fort Point 
Keefe Margaret (widow) washing, dwl N s Sut- 
ter bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Keefe Peter, blacksmith, with H. Casebolt & Co. 
Keefe Timothy, boot-maker, NW cor Commercial 

and Battery, bds Jackson Hotel, Clark 
Keegan Bernard, drayman, 28 Clay 
Keeler H. D. physician, 87 Commercial 
Keeley Frank, clerk, SE cor Montgomery and Cal- 
ifornia, dwl 22 Trinity 
Keeley John, brick-layer, boards Benton House 

Commercial 
Keeling ( Wtstivard, colored) & Mortimer (Lewis 
L. colored) vegetables, 166i Sansome, dwl 
S s Union nr Dupont 
Keelum 0. D. bds Niantic Hotel 
Keenan Ann Mrs. dwl Union nr Dupont 
Keenan Dennis, stone-mason, Fort Point 
Keenan James, liquor and billiard-saloon, 161 

Commercial 
Keenan John, dwl E s Mason bet California and 
Sacramento 



Keenan M. bds Benton House 

Keenan Mary Jane (widow) dwl E s Mason bet 
Sacramento and California 

Keenan Peter, laborer," at Commercial Nursery, 
NW cor Folsom and Center 

Keenan S. H. liquors, 143 Saueome 

Keene John, cooper, dwl Geary bet Taylor and 
Jones 

Keening Antoine, boot-maker, 188 Washington 

Keer John, syrup-boiler, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 
dwl W s Harrison bet Simmons and Harris 

Keesing Barnet, speculator, dwl 140 Bush 

Kehoe Henry, milkman, bds N s Clary between 
Ritch and Fourth 

Kehoe John, metal-roofer, 154 San, dwl 14 Green 

Kehoe Thomas, manager What Cheer Laundry, 
cor Taylor and Geary 

Kehrlein Valentine, painter, dwl SW cor Powell 
and Post 

Keifer Samuel M. registry-clerk, P. 0. dwl N s 
Natoma bet Second and Third 

Keightley M. Mrs. dress-maker, dwl N s Green 
nr Stockton 

Keil David, tinsmith, Commercial bet Kearny 
and Dupont, bds 64 Montgomery 

Keith David, carpenter, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Keith John W. carpenter, dwl 3 Central Place 

Keith Samuel D. machinist. Pacific Foundry, dwl 
S s Jessie nr Third 

KEITH WILLIAM H. & CO. chemists and 
apothecaries, 137 Mont, dwl 276 Powell 

Kellar A. F. printer, 151 Clay 

Kellar Josiah, ( W. C. Talbot & Co.) resides Pa- 
get Sound, W. T. 

Keller Frederick, butcher. Pacific bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny 

Keller Jacob, blacksmith, with Jos. Eckenroth 

Keller Levi, clerk, 118 Sacramento, dwl 142 Bush 

Keller Louis salesman, 74 Commercal dwl San- 
some nr Market 

Keller Luke, porter, SE cor Front and Washing- 
ton, dwl with A. L. Edwards 

Keller Michael, apprentice, Vulcan Iron Works 

Kellet Charles, molder, Pacific Foundry, dwl N s 
Sherwood Place bet Second and Third 

Kellett Samuel, plasterer, S s Clementina near 
Second 

Kellett William F. plasterer, S s Clementina nr 
Second, dwl N s Tehama nr Second 

Kelletz M. Mrs. nurse, 30 St. Mark's Place 

Kelley George, retortman, S. F. Gas Co. 

Kelley James, porter, Empire Warehouse, dwl S s 
Mission bet Second and Third 

Kelley James M. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 

Kelley Jeremiah bds with Mort. Sullivan 

Kelley John, painter, dwl E s First bet Folsom 
and Harrison 

Kelley Joseph, porter, 116 California 

Kelley Joseph, laborer, Union Foundry 

Kelley Joseph, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 

Kelley Luke C. book-keeper, boards with Joshua 
Barker 

Kelley (Mary Mrs.) & McGowan (Bridget Mrs.) 
vegetables and fruits, 23 and 24 Washington 
Market, dwl Jessie bet First and Second 

Kelley Patrick, plasterer, dwl S s Geary between 
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Kellfoy Edward, blacksmilli, bds E s Battery nr 

Pacitic 
Kellilier Ann (widow) laundry, W a Mason, bet 

Broiuhvay and Pacific 
Kelling Henry {Meyer k K.) cor Clark and Davis 
Keliner Augustus Rev. pastor Cierman M. E. 

Church, dwl N s Broadway bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Kelhier Samuel, tailor, 60 Davis 
Kellopg A. J. clerk, 108 Montgomery, dwl 125 

Montgomery 
Kellogg Albert, stereotyper, 159 Jackson, and 

drugs cor Jackson & Kearny, dwl 239 Wash 
Kellogg Charles A. clerk, E s Third bet Howard 

and Folsora 
Kellogg Charles W. clerk, with Flint, Peabody 

& Co. dwl Essex bet Foisom and Harrison 
Kellogg C. L. & Co. {Charles G. Smith) seeds, 

tools, etc. Ill Sansome, dwl 215 Stockton 
Kellogg C. W. salesman, 50 and 52 Front 
Kellogg F. D. clerk, 62 Battery, bds 248 Powell 
Kellogg George Hi {FHjit, Peabody & Co.) dwl E 

s Essex bet Foisom and Harrison 
Kellogg James, melter, 108 Montgomery 
Kellogg James, book-keeper, with Bond & Hale, 

dwl E s Stockt<m nr Pine 
Kellogg J. H. 1st Lieutenant Wm. L. Marcy, 

Custom House 
KELLOGa {John G.) & HUMBERT {Augiistus) 

assayers, 108 Montgomery, bds Union Club 
KELLUM CHARLES D. builder, W s Webb bet 

Sacramento and California, dwl Central Place 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Kellum E. M. carpenter, 183 Montgomery, bds 

89 Bush 
Kelly Ambrose, driver, dwl 125 Pino 
Kelly Arthur, lather, dwl N s Jessie bet First 

and Second 
Kelly Bernard, drayman, dwl Greenwich bet 

Taylor and Mason 
Kelly Bernard, laborer, bda W s Simmons near 

Brannan 
Kelly Bernard M. drayman, dwl with Arthur 

Kelly 
Kelly Charles, driver, dwl 125 Pine 
Kelly Charles H. milk ranch, Presidio road near 

Cottage House 
Kelly Edw. A. door-keeper, U. S. Branch Mint 
Kelly Ellen (widow) boarding, dwl N s Howard 

bet Second and Third 
KELLY EUGENE & CO. {Daniel T. Murphy, 

Joseph A. Donohoe, Adam, Grant and Thos. 

Breeze) importers and jobbers dry goods, 

NW cor Sacramento and Sansome, res New 

York (see advertisement) 
Kelly Francis, cabman, dwl E s Powell bet Post 

and Sutter 
Kelly George, driver, dwl 125 Pine 
Kelly Honora (widow) dwl SW cor Third and 

Stevenson 
Kelly I. shoe-maker, dwl E a Powell bet Fran- 
cisco and Bay 
Kelly James, dwl 315 Powell 
Kelly James, cooper, dwl 13G Pine 
Kelly James, cooper, dwl 37 Trinity 
Kelly James, steward, St. Mary's Hospital, dwl 

E s Powell nr Pacific 
Kelly James, hostler. Wells, Fargo & Co. 



Kelly James, liquors, dwl W B Trinity bet Bush 
and Sutter 

Kelly James, Boston House, corner Davis and 
Chambers 

Kelly James, English ale, 40 Webb 

Kelly James, laborer, dwl S s Union nr Battery 

Kelly James, porter, NW cor Cal and Davis 

Kelly James, porter, dwl cor Sansome and Green 

Kelly James C. barber, 190 Kearny 

Kelly James 0. porter, 137 Clay 

Kelly James R. painter, 28 California dwl corner 
Ritch and Clary 

Kelly James W. laborer, dwl 160 Kearny 

Kelly James W. printer, Home Journal, dwl 82 i 
fBush 

Kelly John, (hostler, bds 18 Bush 

Kelly John, -hostler, dwl 37 Trinity 

Kelly John,dwl cor Powell and Sacramento 

Kelly John, liquors, Davi-s, dwl 61 Broadway 

Kelly John, blacksmith, at 104 Kearny 

Kelly John,, carpenter, dwl E a Taylor bet Post 
and Geary 

Kelly John, hog-ranch, SE Brannan St. Bridge, 
P6trero 

Kelly John^fc^rpprietor, Brooklyn Hotel, cor 
Broad\X^Hil Sansome 

Kelly John H. boots an(^ shoes, E s Stockton nr 
Broadway, dwl cor li'ranciscQ.and Powell 

Kelly John H. dwl 77 Montgomery 

Kelly John J. New York department, Wells, 
Fargo & Co. dwl 148 California 

Kelly John W. messenger, surveyor's depart- 
ment. Custom House 

Kelly Joseph, hostler, bds with Mrs. Ellen Kelly 

Kelly Joseph, packer, dwl N s Mission bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

Kelly Joseph, porter, Niantic Hotel 

Kelly Malech, laborer, dwl E a Ballot Alley bet 
Broadway and Vallejo 

Kelly Martin, laborer, dwl N a Sutter bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 

Kelly Margaret (widow) dwl 125 Pine 

Kelly Mary (widow) 23 and 24 Washington Mar- 
ket, dwl with Arthur Kelly 

Kelly M. H. at 99 Front, dwl cor Dupont and 
Vallejo 

Kelly Michael, laborer, White's Stables, 129 Cal 

Kelly Michael, machinist, bds with Charles Kellet 

Kelly Michael W. 47 Commercial 

Kelly Mortimer, hackman, bds Pacific near San 

Kelly Narcissa (widow) dwl 77 Montgomery 

Kelly Owen, laborer, White's Stables, 129 Cal 

Kelly P. dwl 99 Front 

Kelly Patrick, groceries, Ss Clementina bet First 
and Second 

Kelly Patrick, hostler, at E. Newland's Livery 
Stable 

Kelly Patrick, laborer. Fort Point 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Battery nr Green 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, dwl cor Green and Sparks 

Kelly Patrick, plasterer, dwl S s Geary bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Kelly Patrick, porter, New Orleans Warehouse, 
dwl Sansome nr Union 

Kelly Peter, hog- ranch, SE Brannan St. Bridge, 
Potrero 

Kelly Richard, book-keeper, Sansome House, SW 
cgr Battery and Vallejo 



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Kelly Ricliard, tailor, 17 Merchant, dwl corner 

Union and Sansome 
Kelly Rose (widow) dwl 37 Trinity 
Kelly Samuel, livery-stable, 126 Pine 
Kelly Sarah Mrs. groceries, cor San and Union 
Kelly Tiieodore, cook, restaurant, Sullivan's Alley 

ur Duponl 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, 35 Battery- 
Kelly Thomas, miner, dwl 125 Pine 
Kelly Thomas, painter, bds 46 Sansome 
Kelly Thos. shoe-maker, bds with S. C. Story 

Third bet Market and Stevenson 
Kelly (Thomas) & Wagner {WiUiam), cigars, W 

s Davis nr Broadway, dwl Sutter bet Kear- 
ny and Montgomery » 
Kelly Tiios. M. H. painter, at 28 California, bds 

Branch Hotel 
Kelly Timothy, laborer, dwl W s Battery nr 

Green 
Kelly William, carpenter, dwl Tay bet Clay and 

Sacramento 
Kelly William, driver, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Kelly William, liquor-saloon, 186 Kearny 
Kelly WilUam, seaman, dwl with W. H. Ellay 
Kelly William, tailor, dwl 287 Pacipc 
Kelly William F. boarding, B*w Battery near 

Chambers 
Kelly Zeno, keeper Montgomery Block, dwl 107 

Mont Block 
Kelsey & Co. wooden- ware, 77 and 79 Front 
Kelsey, E. Hervey {Johnson & K.), dwl SW cor 

Pacific and Powell 
Kelsey George E. {R. T. Houston & Co.) dwl Clary 

near Ritch 
Kelsey Joseph, clerk, with Geo. M. Smith, dwl 

173 Washington 
Kelsey Melville & Co. 79 Front, dwl E s Powell 

bet Sacramento and California 
Kemmech Adolphe, varnisher, dwl E s Rassette 

Place No. 2 nr Sutter 
Kemp A. dwl N s Oregon nr Front 
Kemp H. R. with French, Wilson & Co. dwl 115 

Sacramento 
Kemp John, laborer, dwl W s Gaines nr Union 
Kendall Cyrus, carpenter, 14 Washington, dwl 

12 Sansome 
Kendall James K. musician, dwl 9 Stevenson 
Kendall Jane Miss, N s Eddy bet Powell and 

Mason 
Kendall Jerome, carpenter, dwl Greenwich bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Kendall J. T. builder, dwl Filbert and Presidio R. 
Kendall Ihomas, wharfinger. Pacific St. Wharfj 

dwl cor Hodges' Place and Vallejo 
Kendall Thomas, drayman, for A. W. Cudworth, 

dwl Presidio Road 
Kendall William, painter, bds 20 Sansome 
Kendrick {Daniel) & Smith ( WillardM.), produce 

commission merchant, 2 L Clay, dwl W s 

Monroe bet Bu-sh and Pine 
KENITZER HENRY, architect, 88 Montgomery 

dsvl NE cor Natoma and Second 
Kenkel August, gardener, bds N s Harrison bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
Kennard D. H. property-man, Lyceum, dwl S s 

Clay op Brenham Place 
Kennard George, drayman, 137 Front, dwl Mis- 
sion nr Brown 



Kennard James P. seaman, bds 32 Natoma 
Kennedy {Mrs. Anne E.) & Whittemore (Benj. 

F.), proptrs Sansome House, SW cor Battery 

and Vallejo 
Kennedy Bernard, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Kennedy Bryan, laborer. Fort Point 
Kennedy David, student medicine, with Dr. E. 

S. Cooper 
Kennedy Dennis, polisher, dwl 18 Bush 
Kennedy Edward, plasterer, bds 46 Sansome 
Kennedy [Edirard) &• Hopkins (Theron li.) Gen- 

essee Flour Mills, Gold nr Sansome 
Kennedy (Edward C.) & Bell (John), carpet- 

Avarehouse, 105 Montomery, dwl 41 Kearny 
Kennedy Eliza (widow), furnished rooms, N s 

Clay nr Powell 
Kennedy Francis, boarding.house, N s Broadway 

bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Kennedy Frank, liquor-saloon, 53 Leidesdorff 
Kennedy ( George) & Jaudin (E.), flour, 120 

Front, dwl 12 Minnie 
Kennedy James, gardener, with J. Callahan, Pa- 
cific nr cor Gough 
Kennedy James, laborer, bds with Mrs. Mary 

O'Brien 
Kennedy James F. blacksmith, with P. Bonis, 

dwl S s Berry, bet Mary Lane and Clara 
Kennedy James S. butter, etc. 3 Washington 

Market, dwl S s Union abv Taylor 
Kennedy J. J. dwl Union bet Jones and Taylor 
Kennedy J. O'B. clerk, with H. Cohn & Co. 
Kennedy John, bds Pacific nr Sansome 
Kennedy John, drayman, dwl Taylor bet Filbert 

and Greenwich 
Kennedy John, laborer, Fort Point 
Kennedy John, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Kennedy John, laborer, dwl 2 Quincy Place 
Kennedy John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds Folsom bet Harris and Simmons 
Kennedy John, plasterer, dwl 219 California 
Kennedy Joseph, barber, E s Stockton ur Pacific 
Kennedy Kate Miss, asst teacher, grammar dept. 

Market St. School, dwl N s Clay bet Powell 

and Mason 
Kennedy Lawrence, laborer, dwl NW cor Ecker 

and Folsom 
Kennedy Lizzie Miss, asst teacher grammar dept 

Union St. School 
Kennedy M. bds Benton House 
Kennedy P. J. (Lynch & Co.), dwl N s Clay nr 

Powell 
Kennedy Stephen, dwl W a Mason bet Clay and 

Sacramento 
Kennedy Stephen J. compositor, Alta California 
Kennedy Thomas, brick-layer, bds Leavenworth 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Kennedy W. ( Van Dyke & K. ), dwl W s Dupont 

bet Sacramento and California 
KENNEDY WILLIAM, butter, cheese, bacon, 

etc. 2 Washington Market, dwl 6 Geary 
Kennely Mrs. (widow), dwl Leavenworth bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
Kennerson Elisha, carrier Bulletin, dwl S s Post 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Kennerson John, newspaper-carrier, dwl S a 

Post bet Dupont and Stockton 
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Kenney Adolpb, engineer, stm Helen Hensley 

Keiiney Anna T. (widow), furnished rooms, N s 
Pine bet Dupont and Kearny 

Kenney Henry, dwl S s O'Farrell bet MasoD and 
Taylor 

Kenney Isaac A. merchant, bds with Mrs. A. C. 
Parker 

Kenney James, cooper, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 
with Mrs. R. Gibson, Front nr Market 

Kenney James, gardener, with Leonidas Haskell, 
Black Point 

Kennev John, hack-driver, 12 St. Charles 

KENNKY MICHAEL, agent Oregon Cider Co. 
NE cor Jackson and Montgomery, dwl S s 
Folsom bet Fremont and Beale 

Kenney "\Vm. W. clerk, with Howe & Co. dwl 
Minnie bet Second and Third 

Kennovan B. cabinet-maker, at 182 Montgomery 
dwl John nr Powell 

Kennovan John, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson, bet 
First and Second 

Kenny George L. {H. II. Bancroft & Co.), dwl S 
s California bet Powell and Stockton 

Kenny J. gardener, with Dr. N. Thurston, Mis- 
sion bet Sparks and Tracy 

Kenny John, porter, with Wm. H. Keith & Co. 

Kenny Michael, dwl S 8 Green bet Powell and 
Stockton 

Kenny Michael, with A. J. & D. Hutchinson, 
Presidio Road 

Kenny Michael, laborer, dwl N s Pacific bet Ma- 
son and Taylor 

Kensaley James, dwl SE cor Battery and Pacific 

Kent Alvin S. upholsterer, bds Brooks House, 
cor Pine and Sansome 

KENT J. HORACE, editor and proptr Lyceum 
News, off 129 Sansome, dwl Tehama House 

Kent John (colored) boot-black, 121 Kearny, dwl 
Simeon's Restaurant 

Kent Samuel H. ship-joiner, Folsom St. "Wharf, 
dwl with David Doran 

Kent Tiiomas, jeweler, 169 Montgomery, dwl 
S s California bet Mason and Taylor 

Kenttieid John, packet agent, pier 10 Stewart, 
dwl E 8 Fremont bet Folsom and Harrison 

Kentzel James W. ice-wagon, dwl 42 Natoraa 

KENTZEL AVILLIAM H. contractor. Am. Rus- 
sian Com. Co. S s Broadway bet Front and 
Davis, dwl 42 Naloma 

Kenyon W. P. trader, dwl Branch Hotel, E s 
Sansome bet Pine and Bush 

Keonig Frank, boot-maker, 188 Washington 

Keough Thomas, molder, dwl N s Jessie bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

KERBY (PairjcA;) BYRNE {Garret J.) & CO. 
{Thomas Master son) imps fancy and staple 
dry goods, 169 and 171 Clay, res N. York 

Kerivan James, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 

Kerlia Geo. B. cooper, dwl W s Second bet Min- 
nie and Mission 

Kerlin Rebecca Mrs. dry goods, "W s Second bet 
Minnie and Mission 

Kern Frederick, hostler, with James S. Taylor, 
bds Albion, Montgomery 

Kern John, gardener, dwl U. S. Nursery, E s 
Fifth bet Folsom and Howard 

Kern Martin, musician, dwl NW cor Dupont and 
Vallejo 



Kern Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Hinkley bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont 

Kernan John, cooper, dwl with Peter Johnson 

Kernan Thomas, dwl with Peter Johnson, Bald- 
win Court 

Kerr Andrew, porter, dwl W s St. Vincent bet 
Green and Union 

Kerr Charles, butcher, bds cor Pacific and Leav 

Kerr David, blacksmith, with H. Caseboldt <fc 
Co. 

Kerr David, U. S. Coast Survey, dwl Union Ho- 
tel, Plaza 

Kerr James H. printer, Alta California, dwl 
Broadway nr Kearny 

KERR JOSEPH W. wines and liquors, S"W cor 
Kearny and Jackson 

Kerr Martin, waiter. What Cheer House 

Kerr Thomas, book-keeper, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 
dwl W 8 Price bet Folsom and Harrison 

Kerridan Patrick, dwl N s Com nr Drumm 

Kerrigan Edward, drayman, dwl with John Ker- 
rigan 

Kerrigan John, street-grader, dwl S s Natoma 
bet Second and Third 

Kerrigan Michael Rev. assistant pastor, St. Ma- 
ry's Cathedral, dwl rear of church 

Kerrison Geo. D. with White and Wilson, Mer- 
chant nr Battery 

Kerrison Robert E. livery-stable, 114 California, 
dwl W s Spring nr California 

Kerstein L. bds What Cheer House 

Kervan Thomas, carpenter, dwl E s Monroe bet 
Bush and Pine 

Kesmodel Frederick, cutler and surgical instru- 
ment-maker, 185 Kearny 

Kesseler Francis, marble-cutter, dwl 91 Mont- 
gomery 

Kesseler Joseph, marble-worker, dwl 91 Mont 

Kessick Charles, plasterer, cor Pacific and Davis 

Kessing John B. with John H. Kessing, bds Clin- 
ton Temperance House 

Kessing John F. merchant, 114 Clay, dwl S s 
Vallejo bet Dupont and Stockton 

Kessing John H, fish, 7 New Market, bds Frank- 
lin House 

Kester John H. farmer, bds with L. B. Kester 

Kester Levi B. foreman. Turner Bros, dwl S s 
Minnie bet Second and Third 

Keuney I. A. quartz-worker, dwl Prospect Place 
bet Pine and California 

Keyes David, waiter, Metropolitan Hotel 

Keyes I. A. carpenter, N s Green nr Stockton, 
dwl 371 Stockton, rear 

Keyes Orson PI. {Brackett & K.) dwl 155^ Mis- 
sion 

Keyes Rosina Mrs. liquor-saloon, 37 Mont 

Keys George, produce com mcht, 32 Clay 

Keys George, blacksmith, with Folsom & Ding- 
ley, dwl 169 California 

Keyser William, 139 Broadway 

Keyt Abner C. agent, NE cor Washington and 
Montgomery 

Kibbe Millard, liquors, SE cor Montgomery and 
Commercial, dwl N s John nr Mason 

Kibbert Silas E. painter, with H. Casebolt & Co. 

Kidder Susan (widow) dwl NW cor Pine and 
Dupont 

Kidon Martin, provisions, 81 i Davis 



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Kiefer Barbara Mrs. shoes, 360 Stockton 

Kieman Thomas, laborer, weigher's department, 
Custom House 

Kiernan Daniel, laborer, 100 Bush 

Kiernan Eliza (widow) dwl N s Post bet Dupont 
and Stockton 

Kiernan John, marble-yard, NW cor Montgome- 
ry and Summer, dwl E 3 Kearny bet Post 
and Sutter 

Kiernan Joseph, bar-keeper, NE cor Sac and 
Leid, dwl Minnie bet Third and Fourth 

Kiernan P. bds What Cheer House 

Kiernan Philip, carpenter, dwl E 3 Third bet 
Harrison and Bryant 

Kiernan Thomas, dwl Salmon bet Paciflc* and 
Broadway 

Kieruen Thomas, gardener, with H. W. Halleck, 
SW cor Folsom and Second 

Kierulfl' J. K store-keeper, with Falkner, Bell & 
Co. SW cor Battery and Union 

Kilburn Oscar, auctioneer, dwl 180 Jackson 

Kilduff Wm. M. engineer, stmp Sonora 

Killaly Richard, mining-engineer, 176 Montgom- 
ery, dwl SE cor Mont and California 

Killday Bridget (widow) dwl E s St. Mary near 
Pine 

Killday Edward, laborer, White's Stables, 129 
California 

Killian Frederick, U. S. Arbor Hotel, Bush near 
Lone Mountain 

Killilea Bernard, grocer, cor Merchant and East, 
dwl S s Green nr Montgomery 

Killip James M. clerk, dwl 180 and 182 Com 

Killpack John, laborer, dwl Tay bet Clay and Sac 

Killpatrick F. furniture, bds Tremont House 

Killpatrick George, tailor, Tehama House 

Kimball A. G. dwl Sutter bet Jones and Taylor 

KIMBALL CHARLES P. (Noisy Carrier Book 
and Stationery Co.) 77 Commercial 

KIMBALL ( George P.) & CO. ( Warren Kromeke) 
carriage and wagon manufacturers, SW cor 
Third and Market, dwl NW cor Third and 
Mission 

Kimball Hazen, gold refiner, dwl NW cor Jack- 
son and Mason 

Kimball Henry, {Bartling & K.) bds SW cor Post 
and Dupont 

Kimball James H. fireman, dwl 13 Albion Place 

Kimball Solomon P. {K. & Knight) dwl E s Fre- 
mont bet Folsom and Harrison 

Kimball Theodore, carriage-painter, 14 Bush, dwl 
N s Jackson nr Stockton 

Kimball Thomas D. calker, bds 2 Belden's Block 

Kimbell John, clerk, 51 Bush 

Kimble Charles, foreman, with Logue & Skelly, 
dwl with L. Wintringer 

Kimman D. properties, Lyceum Theater 

Kimmens Rachael Miss, milliner, 150 Sacramen- 
to, up stairs 

Kincaid Henry, ship-carpenter, dwl Stewart St 
Market 

Kincaid John E. builder, bds with George K. 
Loughlin 

Kinder Thomas, laborer, Cudworth's Soda Fac- 
tory, Dupont bet Union and Larkin 

King Aaron (Z. King & Brother) 7 1 Battery 

King Andrew J. money-broker, 98 Merchant, 
third floor 



King Charles, seaman, dwl 305 Dupont 
King C. S. Miss, assistant teacher primary de- 
partment. Rincon School 
King Eben T foreman pattern-shop, Pacific Foun- 
dry, dwl Fremont nr Harrison 
King Ellen Mrs. boarding. 18 Sansorae 
King Ervin T. pattern-maker, dwl S 3 Harrison 

bet First and Fremont 
King G. M. clerk, SE cor Sansorae and Jackson 
King Henry L. carpenter, Sansome nr Pacific, dwl 

E s Powell nr Washington 
King J. capt schr Sophie B., Clay Street Wharf 
King James, farmer, dwl with T. Rhodes, SW 

cor Second and Stevenson 
King James of Wm. Mrs.(widow) dwl Ss Jackson 

bet Stockton and Powell 
King James C. clerk, at GrifiBng's Warehouse, cor 

Battery and Filbert 
King James L. broker, NW cor Montgomery and 

Clay, dwl S s Jessie nr Annie 
King J. C. clerk, dwl 39 Montgomery 
King John M. blacksmith, Davis bet California 

and Sacramento 
King L. & Brother {Aaron King) importers cloth- 
ing, etc. 71 Battery, dwl cor California and 

Sansome 
King M. dwl W s Mason bet Post and Geary 
King Mark A. laborer, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

10 Montgomery 
King Mary Mrs. Broadway, nr Laguna 
King Michael, Rev. assistant pastor St. Francis 

Church, dwl N s Vallejo bet Stockton and 

Dupont 
King P. (Benoin, K. & Co.') 695 Sacramento 
King Robert M. tinsmith, at 146 Clay, dwl cor 

Pine and Sansome 
King Samuel D. {Ransom & K) dwl NW comer 

Fourth and Mission 
King Samuel D. clerk, 35 California 
King S. B. dwl NW cor Broadway and Mason 
King Stephen T. with Wells, Fargo & Co. dwl 

213 Sacramento 
King Thomas, miner, dwl W s Ecker bet Folsom 

and Clementina 
King Thomas, teamster, bds with John Center, 

NW cor Center and Folsom 
King Wallace B. dwl W s Fourth bet Mission 

and Howard 
King William, seaman, dwl N s Yallejo between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
King William F. broker, dwl 144 Washington 

room 6 
King Wilson, pattern-maker. Pacific Foundry, 

dwl with A. T. Kenney 
Kingman William, molder, Yulcan Iron Worka 
Kingsbury A. bds Benton House 
Kingsbury Geo. W. drayrgau, dwl N 8 Mission 

bet Price and Harris 
Kingsbury {John) & Dodge {Arthur) proprietors 

Franklin House, SW cor Bdy and Sansome 
Kingsford John, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Kingaland Cornelius, comedian, Maguire's Opera 

House, dwl N s Jackson nr Kearny 
Kingsley Alfred, stevedore, dwl W 3 Battery nr 

Greenwich 
Kingsley Bernard, steward, Oriental Hotel, dw) 

E 8 Rassette Place No. 1, nr Sutter 
Kingsley E. W. (Z». Deeth & Co.) dwl 205 Clay 



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Kiugston Henry, capt brig Consort, dwl N 8 

Clementina bet Third and Fourth 
Kingston John, bds Benton Ilouao 
Kingwell M. bds Benton House 
Kinney Iviward, carpenter, bds Bryant Place 
Kinney John (colored) drnyman, cor Clay and 

Sansome, bds Third nr Folsom 
Kinney Levina Mrs. (colored) washing, dwl Fil- 
bert nr Kearny 
Kinney Simeon, bds with H. Lovejoy 
Kiiinej' William, carpenter, dwl Bryant Place 
Kinney William, driver, with Classen & Co. Pa- 

cilic Soda Works 
Kinnirt' Rosanah S. (widow) dwl W 8 Mason bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Kinsberg 0. glazier, dwl cor Sacramento and East 
Kinsman Charles W. carpenter, dwl N s Tehama 

bet First and Second 
Kinsman Franklin J. carpenter, dwl Ns Tehama 

bet First and Second 
Kinsman James, cooper, with B. D. Horr, bds 

with Mrs. Campbell, cor Davis and Clay 
Kinyon H. C. agent overland mail, dwl 9 (Jreen 
Kinzell Theodore, cigars, NE cor Sacramento and 

Kearny 
Kinzer Geo. TV. dwl NW cor Stockton and Pac 
Kinztel Edward, cigars and tobacco, bds St. 

Nicholas 
Kip William Ingraham, Right Rev. Episcopal 

Bishop for California, dwl W s Second bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Kirby A. porter, with St. Losky, Levy & Co. 
Kirby Edward C. warehouse-keeper, bds with 

John T. Kirby 
Kirby John T. carpenter, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Kirby Patrick, dry-goods, dwl N s Tehama bet 

First and Second 
Kirby William H. F. dwl cor Greenwich and 

Tavlor 
Kirby W. L. (E. H. Bennett & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Chestnut and Jones 
Kirchener H. H. bds "What Cheer House 
Kircheval B. B. letter-clerk. Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 

Express 
Kirk Catherine Miss, millinery, E s Second bet 

Mission and Stevenson 
Kirk Christian, {Haste & K.) bds with John H. 

Haste 
Kirk Edward, tinsmith, dwl St. Charles near 

Kearny 
Kirk Ellen, (widow) dwl with Miss Catherine 

Kirk 
Kirk Robert, book-keeper, 112 Front 
Kirkwood Robert, machinist, boards with Adam 

Watson 
Kirnan James, porter, St. Mary's Hospital 
Kirstein F. book-keeper, with Tallant & Wilde, 

91 Battery 
Kirsten Einile, book-keeper, with Hardie & Rut- 

enberg 
Kirtland Harriet J. Miss, principal intermediate 

department, Rincon School, dwl with A. 

Lewis Tasheira 
Kirwan Edward L. bar-keeper. Oriental Hotel, 

corner Bush and Battery 
Kisling John W. real estate, dwl E s Folsom 

bet Ellen and Tr .cy 

19 



Kissane Henry, dwl N a Folsom bet Simmons 

and Harris 
Kitching A. G. dwl SW cor Clay and Kearny 
Kittle J. G. {De \\\tt, Kittle & Co. ) dwl 56 Bdy 
Kittle Nicholas G. {De Witt, K. & Co.) dwl 50 Bdy 
Kittredge {Jonathan) k Eraser, {Simon) fire-proof 

doors, cor Chambers and Battery, dwl N 8 
Ellis bet Powell and Mason 
Kittredge Joseph, blacksmith, dwl cor Battery 

and Chambers 
Kitzmillcr Margaret, (widow) dwl 222 Stockton 
Klamcndot Paul, wheelwright, bds with Francis 

Daunet 
Klapperich John S. blacksmith, dwl W 8 Fre- 

inont bet Howard and Folsom 
Kleberg A. clothing, 101 Commercial, bds 63 

Montgomery 
Klebs Alexander, collector, dwl W a Powell bet 

Post and Sutter 
Klein B. cordwainer, dwl NE cor Sutter and Clara 
Klein Carl F. hardware and locksmith, N a Mis- 
sion bet Second and Third 
Klein Henri, {Schnntt & A'.) 62 Sacramento 
Klein Peter, varnisher, 152 Battery, dwl Post nr 

Stockton 
Kleinhaus John, butter, cheese, etc. 4 Washington 

Market, dwl cor Mary Lane and Berry 
Klentzer Herman, bar-keeper, with J. R. Cun- 
ningham, cor Stewart and Melius 
Klepzig {John C. E.) & Co. {Severin Gullickson) 

gun-smiths, 212 Washington 
Kline {Atigtist) & Co. {Louis Kline) importers of 

hats and caps, 92 Sacramento, dwl S s Val- 

lejo bet Stockton and Powell 
Kline Benjamin, plasterer, dwl SE corner Mont- 
gomery and Vallejo 
Kline Charles, boots and shoes, 54 Commercial 
Kline Jacob S. proprietor Fulton Market, SE cor 

Stockton and Wa.shington 
Kline Louis, {Kline & Co.) dwl Sacramento bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Kline M. J. (widow) dwl E s Powell nr Pacific 
Kling George, bar-keeper, Arbour Saloon, dwl 

SE cor Merchant and Kearny 
Kling ( W.) & Miller {John ^.) jewelers. 53 Jackson 
Klink Frederick, proprietor Wilhelm Tell Saloon, 

NW cor Kearny and California 
Klinkofstrom Martin, Deputy Russian Consul, 

office and dwl NW cor ilarket and First 
Klopenstine Andrew J. merchant, 59 Front, dwl 

N s Union near Stockton 
Kloppenberg Otto, (7/. Bricktoedel & Co.) dwl 

SW cor Montgomery and Bush 
Klos {Philip H.) & Baas {Charles) Diana Saloon, 

NE cor Washington and Dupont, dwl SE 

cor Clay and Dupont 
Klumpke {John G.) & Pfeiffer {John) boots and 

shoes. 164 Clay, dwl Sacramento nr Taylor 
Klumpp William, engraver, 175 Washington, 

dwl N s Clementina bet Third and Fourth 
Klund Henry, {Bloed & K.) dwl 160 and 162 

Pacific 
Knack John, nurse German Hospital, S s Bran- 
nan bet Third and Fourth 
Knapp J. B. (of Hull & Knapp, Portland) office 

7 Clay 
Knapp Joel B. inspector, Custom House, dwl E s 

Hampton Place near Folsom 



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Knapp {rtmj) & Bailey (Junac) livery stables, 

S s Jackson m-ar Montgomery 
Knapp llaclu'l Mrs. dwl W a St. Mary's bet Pine 

and Califoruia 
Knapp William B. tinsmith, at 95 Kearny, bds 

cor Sacramento and Davis 
Knapp "\V. L. dwl 40 Clay 
, Knell Jacob, bar-keeper, Minerva Hall, dvrl NE 

cor Bush and Kearny 
I Knelp Frederick W. private school, SE corner 
1 Stockton and St. Mark's Place 

j Knibbe H. W. (S. Rosenthal & Co.) SE comer 
I Kearny and Commercial 

Knight Anthony, dwl S s Francisco bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Knight E. D. reporter, Alta California 
Knight E. H. milk-ranch, near Presidio House 
Knight Frank P. general agent, Russ' Spiral 

Amalgamator, SW cor First and Minnie 
Knight John, laborer, with Charles H. Kelly, 

Presidio Road 
KNiailT SAMUEL, superintendent. Wells, 

Fargo & C'o.'s Express, dwl Union Club, 

NW cor Montgomery and California 
Knight William W. book-keeper, with A. M. 

Oilman & Co. dwl 4 Harlan Place 
Knights Luther, drayman, 102 Front, dwl W s 

Anthony near Second 
Knobiock Frederick, waiter, Alden's Dining 

Saloon, Sansome 
Knoll Charles F. tailor, NW cor Montgomery 

and Sutter 
Knop Henry. ( Mangles & Co. and Hildebrandt & 

K.) dwl NE cor Hinckley and Pinckney Place 
Knoth ^'illiam, drayman, dwl S s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Knower William B. hatter, with Boyd & Co. dwl 

N s Union near Stockton 
Knowland Joseph, laborer, with Moore & Folger, 

dwl 38 First 
KXOWLES C. C. surgeon dentist, 163 Clay, dwl 

5 s Silver bet Second and Third 
Knowles Charles E. clerk, 23 California 
Knowles Irvin H. lumber, 23 California, dwl 7 

Gearj"^ 

Knowles James, butcher, San Jose Market, dwl 
W s First bet Howard and Xatoma 

Knowles Thomas, San Jose Market, W s First 
bet Howard and Natoma 

Knowlton George W. clerk, with Michael Ken- 
ney, dwl X s Mission near Third 

Knowlton Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Broadway 

Knox Charles H. book-keeper, with R. F. Knox 

6 Co. bds 14 Clementina 

Knox Franklin, {E. F. Knox & Co.) dwl E s 

Hawthorne nr Folsom 
KNOX GEORGE T. attorney at law and notary 
public, 106 Mont, dwl S s Vallejo nr Stock 
Knox G. H. ship-joiner, N s Commercial nr East 
Knox Israel W. superintendent, R. F. Knox & 

Co.'s works, dwl 13 Clementina 
Knox Iver, stone-cutter, Fort Point 
Knox John, {Spear & Co.) dwl 181 California 
Knox Robert, miner, dwl with J. D. Bristol 
Knox R. F. &. Co. (Franklin Knox) manufac- 
turers chemicals, Bryant nr Third, office 87 
Washington, dwl E s Hawthorne nr Folsom 



Knus Conrad, machinist, 4 Sansome 
Koch Augnste G. tin and sheet iron, S s Com- 
mercial above Kearny 
Koch Bertha Mrs. dwl cor Dupont and Green 
Koch Christian, cook. Metropolitan Hotel 
Koch Henry F. carpenter, dwl SE cor Rassette 

Place No. 2 and Sutter 
Koch Henry W. bar-keeper, dwl SW cor Pacific 

and Kearny 
Koch J. tailor, dwl NE cor Clay and ifason 
Koch John C. (widow) dwl S s Union bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 
Koch Margaret, (widow) dwl 135 Bush 
Koczkowski Marks, drayman, dwl 48 Post 
Koden Martin, soap manufacturer, dwlWsRitch 

bet Bryant and Brennan 
Koebeck John, Mission Bakery, cor Guerrero and 

Center 
Koecher Francis, tailor, at 159 Sacramento, dwl 

N s Kearny nr Bush 
Koegel Louis, chemical laboratory, 133 Sacra- 
mento, dwl NE cor Sansome and Market 
Koehler Theodore, printer, dwl Greenwich nr 

Mason 
Koehler Wm. baker, cor Greenwich and Mason 
Koehler Wm. {Reicliel & K.) dwl 102 Merchant 
Koen Charles, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Minnie and Jane 
Koenig Arnold, clerk, with H. Hentsch 
Kogel Franz A. tailor, W s First bet Natoma 

and Minnie 
Kohler Andrew, importer of fancy goods, music, 
etc. 178 Washington and 276 Stockton, dwl 
276 Stockton 
KOHLER {Charles) FROHLING {John) k 
BAUCK {J. H.) native wine-growers, 160 
Montgomery, Montgomery Block, bds W s 
Mason bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Kohler George F. watchman and superintendent 
laborers, U. S. Appraiser's Store, dwl 95 
Pine 
Kohler Henry, {George Osmer & Co.) dwl S s 

Mission bet Second and Third 
Kohler John J. jeweler, with Reichel & Koehler 
Kohler Theodore G. {Frederick Hess & Co.) dwl 

NW cor Mason and Greenwich 
Kohlmoos John, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Dupont and Broadway 
Kohn Abram, glazier, dwl E s Rassette Place 

No. 2 ur Sutter 
Kohn Albion, jeweler, bds 160 Pacific 
Kohn E. {J. Alexander & Co.) dwl Powell bet 

Green and Union 
Kohn Edward C. clerk, with Edwards & Bailey, 

dwl W s Powell nr Green 
Kohn E. S. dwl 391 Powell 
Kohn {Henry) & Campe, {John) liquors, SW cor 

Montgomery and Bush 
Kohn Isaac, merchant, dwl N 8 Green bet Pow- 
ell and Stockton 
Kohn J. (of J. Kohn & Co. Portland, Oregon) office 

71 California, up stairs 
Kohn Marcus, dry goods, 69 Sacramento, dwl 

N s Mission nr First 
Kohn P. confectioner, bds with Peter George 
Kohn Solomon, cigar-maker, at 110 Sacramento 
Kohncke J. C. cigars and tobacco, 322 Stockton 
Kollenberg Frederick, laborer, dwl 168 Clay 



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Koltinpky Louis, clerk, SE cor Commercial and 

Loidfsdorir 
Kone Dewitt C. tin rooting, 46 Sansorae, dwl S 

8 Teliama nr Second 
Kong Ciiun, (Ciiinese) washing, 142 Snnsomo 
Kong Chung, (Chinese) washing, 190 Kearny 
Kong Ciiung, (("hineso) wasiiing. East nr Jack 
Kong Long, (Chinese) merchant, 179 Sac 
Kong Yee, (Ciiineso) wasiiing, 122 Jackson 
Konig A. clerk, with H. Ilontsch, dwl SW cor 

Pino and Dupont 
Koning JLax, grocer, N E cor Dupont and Filbert 
Konrad Hermann, brewer, dwl E s Dupont bet 

Post and Sutter 
Koop (;iiarlcs, waiter. Pacific Exchange, Stewart 
Koopman {Henry) & Harking, (^George) grocers, 

88 Pacific 
Koopmanshap Charles, merchant, dwl Union Ho- 
tel, Plaza 
KOOPMANSHAP DESIRf: TOUCHARD. Mme, 

proprietress Union Hotel, NE cor Kearny 

and Merchant 
Kopp Frederick, merchant tailor, 204 Clay 
Koppitz George, professor music, dwl KE cor 

Kearny and Summer 
Korb John C. H. boatman, 17 Sutter 
Korb John J. watchman, 17 Sutter 
Korb Louisa Madame, midwife, dwl 17 Sutter 
Korn Julius, port-warden, 42 U. S. Court Build- 
ing, dwl S s Pine bet Kearny and Mont 
Kornor Theodore, (Poji^jer & K.) dwl 110 Kearny 
Kornfeld A. Charles, dressmaker, 206 Clay 
Kornig Adolph, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

& Co. 
Korniker (Louis) & Cohen (7.) manufacturers of 

oil clothing, SW cor Clay and Davis, dwl 

NE cor Second and Mission 
Koshland Simon, merchant, dwl S s Mission bet 

Second and Third 
Koskie Carl, dwl NW cor Jackson and Stockton 
Kosta Philip, veterinary surgeon, bds 64 Mont- 
gomery 
Kosten Branen, groceries, NE cor Dupont and 

Pacific 
Koster J. Albert, proprietor Union Brewery, N s 

Mission bet Second and Third 
Koster {Frederick) & Co. (FredericJc Fortman) 

Pacific Brewery, NE cor Tehama and 

Fourth 
Kostmayer John, barber, E s Stockton nr Pacific 
Kostmeyer Valentine, clerk. Hobo & Weihe, dwl 

Vallejo above Mason 
Kostromitinoff Peter S., Russian Consul, office 

and dwl W s Essex bet First and Second 
Koutz Francis, gardener, dwl Hayes Valley 
Kowalsky S. 150 Sacramento 
Kowalsky S. Mrs. millinery. 150 Sacramento 
Kozminsky C. clerk, 1 Custom House Block 
Kozminsky H. cigars, 1 Custom House Block 
Krahe William A. jeweler, 51 Montgomery 
Kramer Charles, tinsmith, dwl 92 Broadway 
Kramer Frederick, boots and shoes, Davis bet 

Clay and Commercial, dwl Pine bet Sansome 

and Battery 
Kramer Jacob, grocer, cor Dupont and Green- 
wich 
Kramer William, butcher, dwl SW cor Pacific 

and Powell 



KRAMBACH L. imnorier crockery, 138 and 140 

Clay, dwl 124 Bush 
Krane A. M. dwl 21 Jackson 
Krasuw Charles, blacksuiitii, S s Pacific nr Mont 
Kratzenstein C. (E. linger & Co. and G. F. Huyer 

A Co.) dwl i71 Wa.«hingion 
Kratzenstein Charles E. grocer, dwl 175 Wash- 
ington 
Kraus Charles, fancy goods, W s Third between 

Everett and Minnie 
Kraus Frederick, proptr Harmony Hall Saloon, 
SW cor Montgomery and Sacramento, dwl 
NE cor Sutter and Kearny 
Kraus Henry P. cigars, NW cor Pine and Mont. 

and 151 Clay, dwl 70 California 
Kraus Joseph, drayman, dwl N s Natoma bet 

Second and Third 
Krause William E. F. commission merchant, NW 

cor California and Battery, dwl 182 Cal 
Krebs C. F. E. cigars, S s Pacific nr Davis 
Krebs Henry P. waiter, S s Jackson nr East 
Krebs Nicholas, bar-keeper, NE cor Pacific and 

Front 
Kreig J. {Jacob Strahle & Co.) dwl 166 Bush 
Kress John, wagon-maker, 37 and 39 t^ansome, 

dwl N s Sutter bet Sansome and Mont 
Kretzer P. cigar-maker, bds 64 Montgomery 
Kreyenhagen. {Julius) Kruse {Edward) & Co. (Ju- 
lius Euler) wholesale grocers and Consulate 
of Saxony. 49 and 51 Front, dwl W s Second 
bet Howard and Folsom 
Kriebel (Adam) & Co. (Josej^li Messenger) butch- 
ers, SW cor Stockton and Broadway 
Kristeller Edward, boot-maker, Pacific bet Bat- 
tery and Front 
Kroger Christian, cooper, S s Broadway nr Bat 
Kroger Henry, cooper, S s Broadway nr Battery 
Krohenburg Jane (widow) coC'ee-saioon, SE cor 

Bush and Trinity 
Krohn F. cigars, 93 Pacific 
Krohn Henry, clerk, 124 Commercial 
Kromberger John, grocer, SW cor Vallejo and 

Stockton 
Kromeke Werner (Kimball & Co.) bds SW cor 

Post and Stockton 
Kromp Joseph, carpenter, 4 Spofford 
Kroning William, groceries, NW cor Sacramento 
and Kearny, dwl S s Sacramento bet Mason 
and Powell 
Kronmuller I. cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

& Co. 
Kropp John, laborer, dwl N s Jessie bet First 

and Second 
Krozer Carl, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Kruse Edward (Kreyenhagen, K. & Co.) resides 

Europe 
Krush Nicholas, furniture, 364 Second 
Kuch H. ( Tietjen & A^) cor Mason and Greenwich 
KUCH EL ( C/( as. C.) & DRKSEL (Emile) litho- 
graphers, 174 Clay, dwl Dupont nr Green 
Kuchel Saucanthe, engineer, dwl 88 Green 
Kuger Louis (Schroder & A'.) Washington nr East 
Kuh (Leopold) & Fisher (Henry L) gold refinery, 
Taylor St. Wharf, dwl cor Green and Lafay- 

Kublmeyer Henry (F. Budde & Co.) dwl 96 

Dupont I 

Kuhn A. J. miller, dwl Brenham Place nr Clay 



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Kuhu.Tacob, jeweler, with Louderback & Baldwin 
Kuhn John, boot-maker, dwl 180 Clay 
Kulm Philip, confectioner, at ]0-l Clay 
Kuhuell C. laborer, dwl N s Green bet Powell 

and Mason, rear 
Kull Henry, dwl S s Yallejo bet Powell and 

Mason, rear 
Kunath AuEjuste (BuchoUz & K.) dwl 181 Pacific 
KUNER A'LBKRT, designer and engraver, 167 

Washington, dwl N s Clementina bet Third 

and Fourth (see advertisement) 
Kunkel Jonathan, molder, Sutter Iron "Works, 

cor Beale and Folsom 
Kunneke Henry, boot-maker, with J. Meinberg, 

dwl 187 Washington 
Kunreuther Sophie Miss, dwl 210 Clay 
Kuntz G. clerk, NE cor Battery and Commercial 
Kurtez E. W. clerk, 137 Front, dwl cor Battery 

and Yallejo 
Kurtz W. W. printer, Evening Telegram, dwl SE 

cor Taylor and Sacramento 
Kuss Jacob, baker, bds 63 Montgomery 
Kutz Gabriel {Enherg t K.) dwl 75 Kearny 
Kutchman Claus, dwl 119 Broadway 
Kwong, Shong & Co. (Chinese) grocers, 224 

Jackson 
Kyle Robert, carpenter, dwl N s Jessie between 

Second and Third 
Kyle Thomas, drayman, bds 6 St. Mark's Place 



Labatt Abraham C. dwl W s Taylor bet Sacra- 
mento and California 

Labatt H. J. {Harmon & L. ) dwl W s Taylor bet 
Sacramento and California 

Labatt Bros. {Joseph J. & S. K. Labatt) dry- 
goods, 160 Sacramento 

Labatt S. K. {Labatt Bros.) 160 Sacramento 

Labatt Theodore A. clerk, with Harmon & La- 
batt, SW cor Commercial and Montgomery 

Labell Henry, porter, dwl 4 St. Mark's Place 

Labrat John, cook, Sutter Restaurant, S s Sutter 
nr Kearny 

Labraton Edward, clerk, -with L. E. Ritter, dwl 
N s Stevenson nr Third 

LABROUSSE J. produce 66 Merchant, dwl E s 
Stockton bet Broadway and Pacific 

Lacaze Yictor, waiter, 252 Dupont, dwl Market 
bet Kearny and Dupont 

Lachard Louise Madame, dwl 168 California 

Lackman A. A. dwl S s Union bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Lacombe Jane Madame, seamstress, dwl Market 
op Keamy 

La Costa John, cattle-dealer, dwl Pacific bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Lacour Louis, importer, 148 Washington, dwl 
245 Washington 

La Croze John, surveyor, dwl Tehama House 

Lacy Charles, architect, Xs Market bet Sansome 
and Battery, bds What Cheer House 

Lacy Edward S. Rev. pastor First Congregational 
Church, dwl XE cor Powell and Clay 

Lacy Robert J. builder, dwl S s Yallejo nr Kear 

Lacy Samuel, boot-maker, at 116 Washington, 
dwl S 8 Sacramento bet Dupont and Stock ' 



Ladd AureliusT. feed-store, cor Third and Jes.sie 
Ladd {A. W. P.) & Willis, {J. F.) Cable Saloon 

cor Jackson and East, dwl 195 Mission 
LADD GEORGE, watch-maker and jeweler, 

163 Clay 
Ladd J. L. clerk. N. 0. Warehouse, cor Califor- 
nia and Davis 
Ladd John W. merchant, (of Portland, Oregon), 
91 Front, dwl X s Post bet Dupont and 
Kearny 
Ladd Moore, baker, at Irving Bakery, cor Lick 

Alley and Ecker 
Ladd Theodore, salesman, with Southworth & 
Co. 44 Battery, dwl E s Powell bet BuSh 
and Sutter 
Laddin L. laborer, dwl Commercial nr East 
Laeroe Israel, teamster, with A. J. Jiaston, Pre- 
sidio Road 
Lafaille Samuel, carpenter, S. F. Water Works 
Lafargue J. B. merchant, 65 Clay, dwl W s Ma- 
son nr Union 
Lafell Samuel, carpenter, bds 12 Sansome 
Laflerty Barney, distiller, with Charles Lafferty, 

dwl S s Brannan bet Second and Third 

Lafi"erty Charles, proptr distillery, S s Brannan 

bet Second and Third, and at S. F. Gas Co. 

dwl S s Brannan bet Second and Third 

Lafler Eli, butcher, dwl Lafayette PI nr Green 

Laflin James, solicitor. Sailor's Home, W s Front 

nr Pacific 
Lafontaine A. J. job-printing, 174 Clay 
Laftus John, shoe-maker, 179 California 
Lagoarde Bernard, gun-smith, 205 Washington 
Lahey Michael, laborer, dwl E s Ecker bet Ste- 
venson and Jessie 
Lahey Patrick, teamster, dwl Fort Point 
Lahey Timothy, laborer, dwl W s Baldwin Court 

bet Folsom and Howard 
Lahnsen Henry, oysters, 86 Montgomery, dwl 

Harlan Place 
Laidley James, laborer at Chelsea Laundry, dwl 

N s Silver bet Third and Fourth 
Laimee Louis, restaurant, dwl 260 Pacific, rear 
Laine Julius, quartz-cutter, with E. Rondel, Sut- 
ter bet Hyde and Larkin 
Laird Jas. T. dwl XW corner Stock and Yallejo 
Lake Delos {Janes, L. & Boyd), dwl SW cor 

Geary and Stockton 
Lake Hervey, dwl S s Jackson nr Montgomery 
Lake John, dwl X s Mission nr Brady 
Lakeman Charles, seaman, dwl 260 Pacific, rear 
Lakemann {William^ & Helmken {John T.), 

hardware, 129 Kearny 
Lallanne Etienne, barber, 203 Pacific 
Lallemand Henry, watch-maker, N s Broadway 

nr Stockton 
Lallemand Mary Madame, dress-maker, N s Bdy 

nr Stockton 
Lalley Catharine Mrs. liquor-saloon, Jackson nr 

Sansome 
Lalley Michael, laborer, 1 14 California 
Lamaison Martin, butcher, with Bazille & Co. 

Presidio Road 
Lamar Xavier, boot-black, 213 Washington, dwl 

42 Waverley Place 
Lamb {George) & Co. {Joseph Messenger), butch- 
ers, SW cor Stockton and Broadway, dwl 
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Lamb Thos. J. 109 Battery, dwl S s Greenwich 

bet Stockton and Dupont 
Lanibeck Cliiisiian, job-wajfon, dwl E 8 Beale 

bet Harrison and Bryant 
Lamberjter C. bds with J. J. Wetzky, cor Mc- 
Allister and Tyler 
Lambert A. at Presidio Distillery 
Lambert Bernard, physician, NW cor Jessie and 

Ecker 
Lambert Cliarles (of Galloway, Tlite A Co. Marys- 

ville), ollice with 11. E. Brewster & Co. dwl 

N 8 Jackson bet Mason and Powell 
Lambert Francis, gilder, dwl NE cor Powell 

and Pacific 
LAMBERT GEORGE G. insurance agent. 126 

Calilbrnia, dwl N 8 Green bet Powell and 

Mason 
Lambert George T. GO California 
Lambert Gilbert, broker, dwl with James Landers 
Lambert Joseph, telegraph, bds Hotel Interna- 
tional 
Lambert R. II. Mrs. superintendent Sailors' 

Home, W s Front near Pacific 
Lambert Thomas, commission merchant, dwl W 

s Beale bet Bryant and Harrison 
Lambert William (llvcks & L.) dwl N 8 Natoma 

bet Second and Third 
Lamborn Stephen, carpenter, dwl cor St. Charles' 

Alley and Kearny 
Lamborn Stephen M. carpenter and builder, 102 

Davis, dwl Vincent nr Union 
Lambouraca John, steward Lafayette H. & L. 

Co. dwl Broadway nr Stockton 
Laniby John, dwl cor Francisco and Midway 
Lamdia Joseph F. commission merchant, 71 

Front, dwl XW cor Washington and Powell 
Lamkin Sampson, bailiff U. S. Circuit Court 
Lammers Neal, grocer, SW cor Montgomery and 

Union 
Lamon William, engineer, dwl S s Mission bet 

Price and Johnston 
Lampe Charles A. carpenter, dwl 182 Cal, rear 
Lampman Henry, engineer, stm Cortes, bds Stew- 
art St. Restaurant 
Lamtheanne Louis, baker, 1 54 Commercial 
Lauahan James, bds SE cor Davis and Oregon 
Lancaster W'illiam, harness- maker, bds Albion 

House 
Lanckenau William H. dwl 163 Mission 
Lancy Thomas C painter, at 185 Montgomery 
Land Henry, bds S s Broadway, bet Stockton 

and Dupont 
Landa John, (Bielefeld & L.) dwl 63 Washington 
Lande J. printer, bds 230 Clay 
Landens James, saloon, Junction Market, Geary 

and Kearny 
Landers John A. (Taaffe, McCahill & Co.) bds 

American Exchange 
Landers P. C. dwl S s Jackson nr Stockton 
Landers Thomas, clerk, bds St. Charles Hotel, 

First 
Landis Charles, carpenter, dwl 51 Minnie 
Landis Gustave, clerk, Morris Speyer & Co. bds 

51 Minnie 
Landois Emile, bottle dealer, Adler nr Dupont 
Landon Coriolanus G. fancy painter, dwl 8 First 
Landry N. collector, with Abel Guy 
Landry Terrence, cooper, 24 Davis 



Landry Wm. A. dwl 189 Pacific 

Lands Agnes Mi.s8, actress, Lyceum Theater, bds 

Hotel International 
Lauds Isabel Mis.s, actress, bds Hotel Interna- 
tional 
Landsberg Louis, auctioneer, 329 Dupont, dwl 

cor Broadway and Dupont 
Landsberger Adolph, {A. Shty & Co.) dwl 85 

Commercial 
Landsberger (J".) & Co. (J/. }ftndheirii\ importers 
and commission mercliants, 01 and G3 Cali- 
fornia, dwl Stockton nr Sutter 
Landsberger Louis, clerk, bds with Henry Cooper 
Lane Cornelius, laborer, dwl E s Packer bet Ste- 
venson and Jessie 
Lane Edward, plumber, at 176 Montgomery 
Lane James, gardener, dwl 70 Sutter 
Lane James, plasterer, bds 89 Bush 
LAXE {John C.) & STRATTON, (Ahraham C.) 
contractors Sutter bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery and chief engineer San Franci.sco 
Fire Department (contested), office 27 City 
Hall, dwl' Montgomery nr Vallejo 
Lane M. bds W^iat Cheer House 
Lane Michael, stone-cutter. Fort Point 
Lane Nathaniel, livery stable, 19 Battery 
Lane Nathaniel B. compositor S. F. Prices Cur- 
rent, dwl SW cor Ellis and Powell 
Lane Nathaniel C. supervisor, 8lh District, dwl 

SW cor Ellis and Powell 
Lane Peter, groceries, SE cor Sacramento and 

Drumm 
Lane R. G. clerk, with Crowell & Crane, bds 28 

Battery 
Lane Thomas A. laborer, State Ganger's OfiSce, 

dwl W s Kearnj' nr Union 
Lane Wm. R. clerk, bds with Henry Cooper 
Lanehan Patrick, laborer, dwl 134 Mission 
Lang Catharine Mrs. cap manufactory, 201 Wash 
Lang [Charles E.) & Gardner, {George M.) paint- 
ers, Pacific nr Front, dwl E s Mason bet 
Union and Green 
Lang George W^ {Curtis & L.) dwl 113 Bdy 
Lang Victor, cap-maker, dwl 201 W^ashington 
Lang Wm. proprietor Peoples Bakery, W 8 

Second bet Folsoni and Howard 
Langarl John, printer, dwl 7 Waverley Place 
Langart John A. printer, Alta California 
Langdon Daniel, waiter, Rail Road House 
Langdon G. L. bds What Cheer Hou.se 
Langdon N. P. carpenter, at 148 Sansome 
Langell Lemuel, saddle and harness maker, dwl 

NE cor Spring and Summer 
LANGERMAN WILLIAM, importer and job- 
ber of cigars and tobacco, 81 Front, dwl 371 
Powell 
Langley Alfred J. (Charles & A. J. Langleij and 
li. H(dl & Co.) dwl E s Fremont nr Folsom 
LANGLEY CHARLES & ALFRED J. {and 
R. Hall & Co.) importers drugs and medi- 
cines, 39 Commercial, dwl E s Fremont 
nr Folsom 
Langley David I. teamster, dwl W s First bet 

Mission and Minnie 
LANGLEY HENRY G. editor and publisher 
California State Register, State Almanac, 
San Francisco Directory, etc. office 144 
"Washington, rooms 3 and 4 



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Langley James. U. S. B. M. dwl 144 Wash- 
ington, room 4 
Langlev Jnmes, drng-broker, 43 Commercial 
LANGLKY {William A.) & TlOE, {Benry M.) 

-(Etna Wood and Coal Yard, S s Pine bet 

^Montgomery and Kearny, dwl S s Bush nr 

Mason 
Langstadter Seligman. dry goods, W s Second 

bet Market and Mission 
Langton Tliomas, drayman, 95 Front 
Lauigan Mary Mrs. dwl Broad svay bet Sansome 

and Battery 
Lannan Patrick H. butcher, N s Folsom nr Fre- 
mont 
Lannes A. P. dwl 189 Pacific 
Lannon Andrew, teamster. Fort Point 
Lannon Edward, laborer, dwl with James R. 

Molony 
Lanon Joseph, laborer, with Thomas Hayes 
Lanpher Clias. A. proprietor Charleys, N s Bran- 
nan cor Johnston 
Lansezeur Felix, gardener, with J. B. Bayerque, 

Mission bet Harris and Simmons 
Lansil Ephraim P. cooper, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds with Mrs. Campbell, Davis bet Clay and 

jCommercial 
Lanszweert L. chemist, 187 Clay 
Lanlhaurae Ferdinand, cook, 137 Kearny, dwl 

Sacramento nr Kearny 
Lanty Patrick, boiler-maker, bds 10 Sansome 
Lanzenberg Myer & Co. importers cloths, etc 

John Hahra, agent, 174 Clay 
Lanzo Andrew, barber, N s Jackson nr Davis 
Lapfgeer August, professor of music, 220Dupont, 

dwl cor Dupont and Washington 
Lapham Charles, lumberman, dwl 93 Pine 
Lapidge W. F. capt P. M. S. S. John L. Stephens 
Lapin Wm. laborer, bds Miner's Home, Pacific 
Lapper Miss, music teacher, school cor Bush and 

Taylor 
LARCO NICOLAS, liquors and provisions, 138 

Jackson dwl S s Green nr Kearny 
Lardee Ann Mrs. dwl Presidio Road 
Large Benoit, lodgings, N s Pacific nr Stockton 
Large Samuel, with W. B. Dolan, E s Third 

bet Mission and Howard 
Large Thomas, painter, at Worthington & Hayes, 

dwl N s Harrison bet Main and Beale 
Larkin Christopher, music-teacher, dwl 154 Cal 
Larkin Frederick, administrator, T. 0. Larkin, 

cor Montgomery and Sacramento, dwl E s 

Stockton nr Pacific 
Larkin George, drayman, dwl S s O'Farrell bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Larkin M. bds Benton House 
Larkin Peter, bell-ringer. City Hall, dwl 208 

Stockton 
Larkin Rachel, (widow) dwl 282 Stockton 
Larkin Sophia L. Miss, assistant teaclier. Market 

Street Grammar School, dwl 282 Stockton 
Larkin Terence, laborer, dwl 54 Post 
Larkin Thomas, drayman, dwl W s Ritch bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Larkin Thomas 0. (estate of) off cor Montgomery 

and Sacramento 
Larkin William, broker, dwl with James Landers 
L'Arraee Talman Madame, midwife, 49 Bush 
La Roche A. dwl NW cor Jackson and Mont 



La Roche William M. dwl Prospect Place near 
Sacramento 

Larouche Charles, restaurant, 221 Dupont, dwl 
Dupont bet Clay and Washington 

Larrabee George B. Avatch-maker, 168 Mont, dwl 
S s Harlan Place nr Dupont 

Larrabee John F. book-keeper, dwl with G. B. 
Larrabee 

Larrimer Asenith (widow) nurse, dwl SW cor 
Second and Tehama 

Larriraore Richard, builder, dwl S s Union bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Larseneur Charles, stone-cutter, dwl N s Broad- 
way nr Stockton 

Lartigue Alexander, clerk, with Claude Long, 
NW cor Montgomery and Washington 

Lascelles Robert, bds Clinton Temperance House 

Lascouts Honore, wig-maker, with Fayard & 
Constant 

Lashier Frank, waterman, bds 119 Pine 

Lask Lewis (of Lask <fc Brother, Marysville) ofi" 
69 Battery, dwl 232^ Stockton 

Lasle Fraii9ois, grinder, 150 Washington 

Latham James, carpenter, dwl Mason bet Green- 
wich and Filbert 

Latham J. K. S. teller, banking dep't, Wells, 
Fargo & Co. 

Lathrop Elisha N. carriage-trimmer, dwl 219 
California 

Latlirop Henry, bds with Mrs. H. P. Rogers 

Latimer Benj. G. sup't N. Orleans Bonded Ware- 
house, dwl N s Harriet bet Simmons and 
Harris 

Latimer William, engineer, dwl E s St. Vincent 
nr Union 

Latour Wm. S. ( Williams & L. colored,) W s 
Stewart nr Mission 

Latourneau Jean, dwl SE cor Virginia Place and 
Pacific 

Latz H. clothing, 95 Pacific 

Latz Jacob {Strouse & L.) dwl 95 Montgomery 

Latz S. W. clerk, NW cor Pacific and Front 

Lauer Henry, mcht, dwl 144 Bush 

Laugier Auguste ( Mondelet & Co.) dwl 217 
Washington 

Laughlin Hugh, carpenter, dwl SE cor Hyde 
end Lombard 

Laughlin Miles, merchant, dwl S s Harrison bet 
Harris and Price 

Laughlin Orrin, carriage-maker, at 64 Sansome 

Laumister Antoine, miller, dwl 251 Kearny 

Laumister F. W. Pacific Mills, N s Pacific near 
Montgomery 

Launstein F. L. {Saulmann & L.) dwl 128 Mont 

Laure Valentine, laborer, dwl S s Ritch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Laurel Chas. G. cook, Dow's Distillery 

Laurencel Henri, ofi' Court Block, dwl E s Stock- 
ton nr Sutter 

Laurent Ange, book-binder, 199 Clay 

Laurent Athalie Madame, millinery, 147 Sac 

Laurent Frederick, dwl 147 Sacramento 

Laurion Joseph, salesman, with L. Scellier & Co. 
dwl Prospect Place 

Lavell Emily (widow) dwl N s Berry bet Du- 
pont and Clara 

Lavell John, boots and shoes, cor Com and Front, 
dwl W 8 Mason bet Clay and Sacramento 



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Lavell Michael F. 68 Comraercial 

Lavenburg Samuel (Lazurt/ & L.) dwelling 198 
Kearny 

Lavergno Antoiiie, French boot-maker, 155 
Keiirny 

Lavei y Jolin, baker, dwl N s Minnie bet Second 
and Tiiird 

Lnvezzari F. grocer, 5 Washington 

Lavigne Madame, dwl 2G7 Stockton 

Lavin Adolplius, clerk, 82 Sacramento 

Laviosa Charles, dwl 7 Green 

LAVIOSA {Francis and Joseph) MARENGO 
{John) & CO. (Emile Pascal) liquors and 
provisions, 109 Sansome, dwl 7 Green 

Laviosa Joseph {Laviosa, Marengo & Co.) dwl 7 
G reen 

Lavry John, baker, Heaney's Bakery, SE cor 
Dupont and Berry 

Law Henry, plumber, with J. K. Prior & Co. dwl 
Union bet Powell and Mason 

Law Richard H. dwl Francisco nr Dupont 

Lawlcr John, wood-dealer, cor East and Commer- 
cial, dwl E s Beale nr Harrison 

Lawlcr John, clerk, dwl 2 Penns}^lvania Avenue 

Lawler Joseph, butcher, dwl S s Natoma bet 
Fifth and Simmons 

Lawler Patrick, miner, bds St. Charles Hotel, 
First 

Lawler Rudolph, book-keeper, with Fretz & Ral- 
ston, dwl E s Calhoun nr Green 

Lawler William, silver-smith, dwl E s Powell bet 
Pine and California 

Lawless J. A. Miss, principal primary department 
Hyde St. School 

Lawless James, saddler, dwl E s Montgomery 
bet V^allejo and Green 

Lawless Lawrence, laborer, dwl N s Howard bet 
Tiiird and Fourth 

Lawless M. saddles and harness, NW cor Cali- 
fornia and Sansome 

Lawley James, Maguire's Opera House, dwl 180 
Jackson 

Lawlor George (Molt & L.) dwl W s Third bet 
Ilarri.oon and Bryant 

Lawlor John M. book-keeper, Oriental Hotel 

Lawlor Peter Henry, dwl S s Pacific bet Mason 
and Taylor 

Lawn L. H. {Stevens & L.) 124 Front 

Lawn Peter, gardener, dwl corner Lombard and 
Kearny 

Lawrence Benjamin, dwl Virginia Block 

Lawrence Charles, bds Columbia House, Stewart 

Lawrence Charles, job-cart, dwl NE cor Jessie 
and Annie 

LAWRENCE EDWIN A. attorney at law, ofi98 
Merchant, dwl NW cor Folsom and Harris 

Lawrence Francis, waterman, dwl E 3 Hampton 
Place bet Folsom and Harrison 

Lawrence Francis S. clerk with Geo. W. Chapin 
& Co. dwl Hampton Place 

Lawrence Frederick W. clerk, 59 and 61 San- 
some, bds What Cheer House 

Lawrence George, soda manufacturer, W s Sec- 
ond bet Market and Mission 

Lawrence [George S.) & llouseworth {Thomas) 
opticians, 177 Clay, dwl 321 Stockton 

Lawrence Henry H weighman, U. S. Branch 
Mint, dwl 20 Beale 



Lawrence J. carpenter, S s Pine bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
Lawrence James, dwl Greenwich bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Lawrence John (colored) porter, bds Union near 

Dupont 
Lawrence John K tin-roofer, dwl 1 26 Bush 
Lawrence Joseph E. entrj'^-clerk, Custom House 

dwl California Pioneers' Rooms 
Lawrence L. L. coal, Jackson between Davis and 

Front, bds 80 Davis 
Lawrence M. bds What Cheer House 
Lawrence Patrick, painter, bds cor Pine and San 
Lawson Charles, bar-keeper, SW cor Front and 

Jackson, dwl Front nr Broadway 
Lawson James S., U. S. Coast Survey, dwl 13 

Wells' Building 
Lawson John, miner, E s Scott bet Broadway 

and Pacific 
LAWTON A. T. merchant, office NW cor Front 

and Commercial, dwl 226 California 
Lawton Horatio N. tailor, dwl 117 Merchant 
Lawton John H. carriage-maker, at 67 Pine, dwl 

cor Mason and Union 
Lawton 0. {Haynes & L.) 128 Sansome 
Lawton Theodore, clerk, with Wheeler Martin, 

dwl S s Folsom nr Hawthorne 
Lawton William W. attorney at law, dwl S s 

Perry bet Second and Third 
Layton Francis, porter, with D. Gibb & Co. dwl 

O'Farrell nr Powell 
LAZARD FRERES (Eli & S. A. Lazard) im- 
porters and jobbers dry goods, 64 Sac 
Lazard {L.) & Lavenburg(iS'.) Fruits, 198 Kearny 
Lazard S. A. {Lazard Freres) 64 Sacramento 
Leach John C. dwl Wells' Building, cor Clay and 

Montgomery 
Leach Stephen W. prof, music, bds NE cor Sutter 

and Montgomery 
Leach William, blacksmith, Union Foundry, bds 

Barkley House 
Leafield George, sbip-carpcnter, boards 13 Clem- 
entina 
Leamann Charlotte (widow) dwl E s Isdel Place 

nr Bush 
Leamann William, shoe-maker, bds with Mrs. 

Charlotte Leamann 
Leary Daniel, laborer, bds Pacific nr Sansome 
Leary John, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Leary John, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet First 

and Second 
Leary Patrick, laborer, Fort Point 
Leary Patrick, laborer, S. F. Gas Works, dwl W 

s Brooks bet Market and Geary 
Leary Thomas, liquor-saloon, Davis nr Jackson 
Leary William, 15 and 16 Washington Market 
Leavenway G. W. office 92 Front, up stairs 
Leavenworth Thaddeus M. physician, dwl 17 

Court Block 
Leaver George, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

with Owen Casey 
Leavitt Ann P. (widow) dwl S s Market near 

Kearny 
Leavitt Charles, blacksmith, bds 233 Kearny 
Leavitt Joseph S. butcher, dwl 223 California 
Lebatard Alphonse, at 127 Washington 
Lebatard Michael, grocery, 127 Washington, dwl 

148 Washington 



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Lebender L. Shakespeare Hotel, Pacific bet Bat- 
tery aud Front 

Le Bloiic A. Madame, milliner, dwl S a Vallejo 
nr Dupont 

Lebourveau Robert, pail-maker, cof Mission and 
Fremont, dwl Plaza Hotel 

Le Chance Francis, ship-carpenter, S s Market 
bet Main and Stewart 

Lecler Victor {Bigot & L.) dwl SW cor Kearny 
and Commercial 

Leclerc John, importer, dwl S s Lombard near 
Stockton 

Lecoat Pierre, cook, French Hospital 

LEOOUXT JOSIAH J. importer and manufac- 
turing stationer, dealer in books and fancy 
goods, 111 Montgomery 

Lecount Thomas R. salesman, with J. J.Lecouct, 
111 Montgomery 

Leddy James T. clerk, with A. Austin & Co. bds 
Metropolitan Hotel 

Lederer Cliarles, tailor, at 185 "Washington, dwl 
Dupont nr Vallejo 

Ledwich John, cartraan, NW cor Bush and Kear 

Ledwith Ann (widow) midwife, dwl ,N s Pine 
bet St. Mary and Kearny 

Lee Benjamin F. sash and blind maker, dwl N s 
Washington bet Jones and' Taylor 

Lee Catharine Miss, waiter, 2 Belden's Block 

Lee Ee (Chinese) washing, N s Broadway bet 
Powell and Stockton 

Lee Franklin V. mason, dwl N s Washington bet 
Jones and Taylor 

Lee G. W. Curtis, U. S. A. corps Engineers and 
lieut com Fort Point, office 3G Mont Block 

Lee Henry, upholsterer, at 120 Sansome 

LEE {Henry C.) & CARL {Charles) publishers, 
book-sellers and stationers, NW cor Mont 
and Merchant, and book-keeper with Sather 
& Church, dwl E s Stockton bet Pine and 
Bush 

LEE HENRY C. Suflfolk Salt Works, Mission 
bet Fremont and First, office 104 Front, 
bet Clay and Washington 

Lee Henry H. (colored) waiter, W s Card's Al 

Lee James, liquors, N s Pacific nr Dupont 

Lee James, with Anthony Ludlow, NW corner 
Howard and Jane 

Lee James (colored) whitewaster, dwl N s Har- 
rison bet Main and Beale 

Lee John, boiler-maker, bds at Old Oak N s Mis- 
sion cor Ridley 

Lee John, stone-cutter, bds 2 Albion Place 

Lee Joseph, sign-painter, 153 California 

Lee J. P. clerk, commissary department, U. S. A. 
35 California 

Lee Margaret (widow) dwl NW corner Mission 
and Jane 

Lee (K 0.) k Martin {G. W.) stoves, S s Pacific 
nr Front, dwl Plaza Hotel 

Lee Newman A. tinsmith, with Henry Hewitt & 
Co. dwl Plaza Hotel 

Lee Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Stevenson and 
Third 

Lee Patrick, at Distillery, Presidio Road 

Lee R. B. major U. S. A., commissary subsist- 
ence, 35 California 

Lee R. B. Jr. clerk commissary dept U. S. A. 35 
California 



Lee Thomas, maltster, dwl W s Ritch bet Bryant 

and Brannan 
Lee Thomas, stevedore, boards Columbia House, 

Stewart 
Lee William, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Lee William, express wagon, dwl S s Howard 

bet Third and Fourth 
Leech J. C. printer, dwl 21 Wells' Building 
Leedliam Isaac, clerk, with B. Davidson, dwl 

Union Hotel, Plaza 
Leeds Joseph B. dwl W s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Leek Christ, dwl 26 Sacramento 
Leemaun Christopher, carpenter, bds 156 Pacific 
Iieeritter John A. barber, 220 Kearny 
Lees Isaiah W. detective police, dwl S s Vallejo 

nr Stockton 
Leeser Lewis, clerk, 94 Sacramento 
Lefevre Baptiste, French Drug Store, 215 Wash- 
ington 
Lefevre Leon, pastry-cook, 207 Washington 
Leffingwell Henry L. 118 Montgomery 
Leffingwell WilHam, real-estate broker, 118 Mont- 
gomery, bds Oriental Hotel 
Le Gay Charles, clerk, with John B. Le Gay, dwl 

.150 and 152 Commercial 
LE GAY JOHN B. imptr hats, caps, etc., and 
manufacturer, 150 and 152 Commercial and 
165 Washington, dwl 150 Commercial, (see 
advertisement) 
Leggett Robert, fireman, stmp Pacific, dwl S s 

Merchant nr Drumm 
Legue John, restaurant, S s Pacific nr Drumm 
Lehay Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Mason bet Cali- 
fornia and Pine 
Lehigh Daniel, cooper, dwl N s Green nr Stock 
Lehigh Harry, bar-keeper, 227 Dupont 
Lehman George, watch-maker, 228 Dupont 
Lehrs Albert, drayman, at J. D. Arthur & Son, 

dwl cor Ohio and Broadway 
Leibert John, brick-layer, dwl NW corner Bush 

and Montgomery 
Leibouivien Robert, pail-maker, bds St. Charles 

Hotel. First 
Leideman William, cigar-maker, NE cor Jackson 

and Davis 
Leigh Benjamin W. {Glassel & L.) dwl 263 Sac 
Leighton Joel C. clam-dealer, dwl Summer St. 

House 
Leiner Nicholas, cigar-maker, dwl E s Mason nr 

Market 
Leipnitz Gustave, druggist, 82 Kearny 
Leipsic Isaac, dwl 7 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Leite {Antonio M.) & Co. {Hypolite Audiffred) 
dealers in wood and coal. Market St. Wharf, 
dwl Sutter bet Jones and Taylor 
Leith Louisa (widow) dwl 371 Stockton, rear 
Leke Mitchell, at Coffee Stand, SW cor Market 

and Stewart 
Lekens {Peter) & Co. ( William Erkens) cabinet- 
makers, N s Jackson nr Kearny 
Lekerkerhe Herman, NW cor Clay and Mason 
Leland H. capi sloop Philip Horn, Washington 

St. Wharf 
Leland Sarah A. (widow) boarding, 190 Cal 
Leland Wra. W. C. teamster, dwl Sansome bet 

Pine and Bush 
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Le Mngncn Charles, clerk, Union Ilotel, NE cor 

Merchant and Kearny 
Lemaitre A. laundry, NW cor Post and Stockton 
Lemaitre Auguste, laundry, SE cor Mason and 

Sutter 
Lemaitre Parfait, laundry, Laguna near Presidio 

Road 
Lemaitre William, mariner, dwl N s McLaren 

Lane bet Ellen and Tracy 
Leman William, boot-repairer, dwl W s Trinity 

near Bush 
Leman W. M. actor, Maguire's Opera House 
Le Mar R. C. 53 Clay, dwl with Peter Smith, St. 

Charles nr Kearny 
Lemere Theodore, laborer, at Chelsea Laundry, 

Third nr Bryant 
Lemeteyer Henry, plasterer, dwl N s St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Stockton 
Lemeure Fran9ois, laundry, dwl W s Powell bet 

Post and Suiter 
Lemire Alexander, painter, boards with Isaac 

Samson 
Lemke ( Christian) & Gremke (Henry) groceries, 

NW cor Front and Pacific 
Lemraan George, capt schr Arno, SW cor Mar- 
ket and East 
Lemmen Thomas, capt schr Pontiac, Washing- 
ton St. Wharf 
Lemoine Jean B. (L., Froment & Co.) dwl Leides- 

dorff nr California 
Lemoine, {Joseph and Jean B.) "EtothqxA {Eugene) 

& Co. (Felix Gambert) butter, cheese, etc. 

1 and 2 New Market, dwl Leidesdorff near 

California 
Lemon Mary A. Mrs. nurse, 43 Montgomery 
Lemporle Charles W. billiards and shooting gal- 
lery, SE cor Clay and Kearny 
Lenard H. C. (of Oregon) rooms Tehama House 
Lenberk Charles, grocer, SE cor Bat and Pacific 
Lenders Abraham, capt sloop Anna Heron, Clay 

St. Wharf 
Leudheimer M. boots and shoes, cor Dupont and 

Green 
Lendrum Capt. J. H. barracks, Presidio Road 
Londy Patrick, boiler-maker, Sutler Iron Works, 

cor Beale and Folsora 
Lengfelt Louis, groceries, N s Vallcjo bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Lenhan Patrick, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
Lenhardt Francis, boot-black, 108 Merchant, dwl 

E s Mason bet Geary and O'Farrell 
Lenhardt John F. butcher, with Frederick Seibel 

3 New Market 
Lenhart James M. clerk, with Patrick Hunt & Co. 

dwl N s Bush near Kearny 
Lenime Ferdinand, manufacturing jeweler, 140 

Sacramento, up stairs 
Lenni Francisco, blacksmith, bds W s Mission 

near Center 
Lennon Charles, laborer, with George "W. Fel- 
lows, Presidio Road 
Lennon Patrick, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery 
Lent J. capt schr Horace, Washington St. Wharf 
LENT (Wm. M.) SHERWOOD (B. F.) & CO. 

commission merchants, 103 Washington, 

dwelling 24 South Park 
Lentze Louis, captain, dwl 205 California 
Lentze William, clerk, bds 205 California 

20 



Leon George T. 1 New World Market, dwl Tay- 
lor bet Pacific and Jackson 
Leon John T. butcher, East bet Washington and 

Jackson 
Leonard Charles, 321 Stockton 
Leonard Daniel, hostler, bds with Mrs. Schell, 

Webb near Sacramento 
Leonard E. W.cor Montgomery and Sacramento, 

up stairs 
Leonard Francis, tailor, dwelling E s Mason bet 

O'Farrell and Geary 
Leonard George, cabinet-maker, at 186 Mont- 
gomery, dwl N s Bush near Dupont 
Leonard Harvey R. architect, NE corner Mont- 
gomery and Jackson, dwl Green nr Vincent 
Leonard James, laborer, S. F. Gas Company 
Leonard Joseph B. dwl E s Hawthorne between 

Folsom and Harrison 
Leonard Mark, (Costigan & L.) dwl cor Taylor 

and O'Farrell 
Leonard Robert K., Lone Star Saloon, pier 10 

Stewart, dwl W s Beale bet Harrison and 

Bryant 
Leonard Thomas, milk-ranch, Vallejo nr Laguna 
Leonard Thomas C. principal Mission Mixed 

School and Evening School No. 2, dwl 

Geary bet Dupont and Kearny 
Leonard Willard, merchant, office 87 Front 
Leony (J. C) & Hirstel (E. E.) cigars, SE cor 

Clay and Montgomer}', dwl 210 Stockton 
Leopold James, clothing, bds St. Nicholas 
Leowenberg (Isadore) & Co. (Lewis Jaffes) wood 

and coal, 55 Sansome 
Lepercy Henri, feed-store, N s Pacific bet Jones 

and Taylor 
Leppien Frederick, clerk, 83 California, dwl N s 

Green nr Lark in 
Lepreux Charles, editor, Echo du Pacifique, office 

124 Sacramento, dwl Virginia nr Jackson 
Lermen Jacob, bar-keeper, with Joseph Holland, 

dwl S s Green nr Kearny 
Lermitte (Francis) & Co. (Felix Besson) Market 

Coflee Saloon, 66 Merchant 
Leroux Charles, (DrouUhat & L.) dwl 108 Bdy 
Le Roy James H. actor, dwl 7 Stevenson 
Le Roy Theodore, paper-hanger, 172 Montgomery, 

dwl 144 Washington 
Leslie Ann, Mrs. (colored) dwl 1 Virginia Place 
Leslie Lizzie, chamb^-maid. Railroad House 
Less Lsaiah, dwl S s Vallejo nr Stockton 
Less Jane Mrs. dwl S s Vallejo nr Stockton 
Lester (Pefer, colored) & G ibbs (J/(///m W. colored) 

boots and shoes, dwl Green nr Sparks 
Lestrade Paul, attorney at law, with P. W. Shep- 

heard, dwl 321 Dupont 
Leszynsky Alexander, dry-goods, 110 Sac, dwl 

15 Kearny 
Leszynsky Lesser, fancy dry-goods, 167 Clay 
Leszynsky Morris, drayman, dwl S s Natoma bet 

First and Second 
Leszynsky Samuel, salesman, with L. Leszynsky, 

dwl 167 Clay 
Leterrier P. dwl E s Mission bet Sparks and Tracy 
Letherland James, laborer, dwl SW cor Fremont 

and Mission 
Letter George W. proprietor St. Ann's Market, 

N s Market bet Powell and Mason 
Levander William, carpenter, bds 166 Pacific 



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Levason Lewis, dentist, SE cor Sacramento and 

Battery 
Levenagor Simon, book-keeper, 94 Sacramento, 

dwl Powell bet Broadway and Yallejo 
Leveque Adolph, gardener, W s Simmons near 

Brannan 
Levcrslone H. reporter, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Levere Emanuel Dc, special policeman 
Levi Abraham, clothing, hats, eic. 73 Commercial, 

dwl 5 Harlan Place 
Levi Albert, with J. Seligman & Co. dwl Green 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Levi Baer, hand-cartman, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Levi Bernard, boots and shoes, E s Stewart bet 

Mission and Market 
Levi Bernard, furniture-wagon, dwl 2 Post 
Levi E. with Henry Danziger, dwl S s Sutter bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Levi Edward, dwl 2 Post 
Levi Emanuel, book-keeper, 84 California, bds 

with A. J. Brunn 
LEVI (Henry) & CO. (Leopold Loupe) wholesale 

grocers, 60 California, dwl 29 Minnie 
Levi Isidore, dwl N s Yallejo nr Stockton 
Levi James, dwl 180| Mission 
Levi Marks, (Levi & Brother) dwl 278 Stockton 
Levi (Morris) & Brother (Marks Levi) dry-goods, 

278 Stockton 
Levi Solomon, butcher, 195 Jackson 
Levi William, stock-dealer, dwl 2 Post 
Levine Abram, (Levine & Brother) 250 Stockton 
Levine Edward, laborer, bds Old Oak House, cor 

Mission and Ridley 
Levine (Morris) &, Brother (Abram Levine) dry- 
goods, 250 Stockton 
Levinger S. hosiery, dwl 347 Powell 
Levinson C. Mrs. teacher of music, dwl N s Yal- 
lejo, bet Powell and Stockton 
Levinson Henry, cigars, 74 Battery, dwl N s 

Yallejo bet Powell and Stockton 
Levinson Jacob, (Levinson Bros. ) dwl N s Green 

nr Dupont 
Levison Joseph, dry-goods, dwl N s Yallejo nr 

Stockton 
LEYINSOX BROTHERS, (Louis & Jacob) im- 
porters cigars and tobacco, 83 Battery, dwl 
N s Green bet Dupont and Stockton 
Levinson Marcus, cigars, 250 Dupont 
Levinson Joseph, oysterman, at Ball's Saloon, 

dwl SE cor Montgomery and Merchant 
Levitsky David, furniture and crockery, E s Third 

bet Howard and Mission 
Levitsky Hyman, furniture, W s Second nr Mkt 
Levy Aaron, dwl N s Jessie bet First and Second 
Levy Abram, glazier, dwl 56 Kearny 
Levy Adolph, boots and shoes, 142 Battery 
Levy Alexander, dry-goods, 80 Kearny 
Levy Benjamin, dry-goods, 187 Clay 
Levy Benjamin, merchant, dwl E s Stockton bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Levy Charles, merchant, dwl 16 Minnie 
Levy D. reader and teacher congregation Emanu- 

El 
Levy David, boots and shoes, W s Second bet 

Market and Jessie 
Levy Emanuel, book-keeper, 84 California, bds 
with A. J. Brunn 



Levy (Harris) & Goslinsky (Elias), cigar manu- 
facturers, 110 Sacramento, res Portland 
Levy Henry, hand-cartman, dwl N s Jessie bet 

First and Second 
Levy Henry (/. & H. Levij), dwl 259 Dupont 
Levy Herman L. clerk, dwl N. Y. Hotel 
Levy H. L. with M. B. Levy, East nr Clay 
Levy (Isaac) & Brother (Julius Levy) dry-goods, 

272 Stockton 
Levy Isaac & Henry, dry-goods, 259 Dupont 
Levy (Isadore) & 'Bvoihei (Samuel Levy) clothing, 

221 Kearny 
Levy John, jeweler, dwl N s Sutter bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Levy John (Braverman & L.), dwl Folsom bet 

Second and Third 
Levy Julius (Levy & Brother), dwl 272 Stockton 
Levy Julius (St. Losky, Levy & Co.), dwl N s 

Sutter bet Dupont and Stockton 
Levy L. clothing, 20 Sacramento 
Levy Louis (Alexander & L.) 82 Sacramento up- 
stairs 
Levy Louis, tailor, 89 Kearny 
Levy Louis, tailor, 34 Leidesdorff 
Levy Lisette Mile, bds with Madame Mary Levy 
Levy M. clothing, 61 Jackson 
Levy M. B. clothing, East near Clay 
Levy Mary (widow), hair-dresser, NE cor "Wa- 

verley Place and Sacramento 
Levy Meyer (of Levy & Co. San Bernardino.) dwl 

77 Kearny 
Levy Michael, French cloths, 205 Dupont 
Levy Morris, clothing, 215 Kearny 
Levy S. butcher, bds St. Nicholas 
Levy S. tailor, E s Davis nr Pacific 
Levy Samuel (Levy & Brother) dwl 221 Kearny 
Levy Samuel, merchant, dwl E s Stockton bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Levy Siegmund (St. Losky L. & Co.), 109 Cal 
Levy Solomon, tailor, 189 California 
Lewelling (John') & Co. (Peter L. Webb), fruits, 

154 Clay, res San Lorenzo 
Lewis Ann Mrs. dwl 65 Broadway, rear 
Lewis David, printer, SE cor Clay and Sansome, 

dwl SE cor Bush and Sansome 
Lewis David, tailor, "W s Second bet Market and 

Jessie 
Lewis D. Parrish, merchant, with 0. "W. Easton 
Lewis Edward, dwl cor Filbert and Taylor 
Lewis Edwin (Lewis & Sons), dwl NW cor Pine 

and Leavenworth 
Lewis E. Warren, contractor, dwl 374 Stockton 
Lewis (Frederick) & Co. (Diedrich Harges), gro- 
ceries and liquors, cor Francisco and Midway 
Lewis Frederick R. clerk, with Newhall, Gregory 

& Co. dwl N s Tehama bet First and Second 
Lewis George, carpenter, dwl N s Everett bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Lewis Henry, dwl Greenwich bet Jones and 

Taylor 
Lewis Henry L. grocer, dwl E s Jane, bet ilis- 

sion and Jessie 
Lewis Henry M. importer jewelry, watch-maker, 

etc. 189 Clay 
Lewis J. capt sloop Warren, Long Wharf 
Lewis James, boatman, rms Battery nr Union 
Lewis James E. stmp Sonora, dwl cor Dupont 

and Clay 



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Lewis John, clerk, stm Surprise 

Lewis Jolin, engineer, dwl isK cor Montgomery 

and California 
Lewis Jolm (colored), dwl S s Yallcjo bet Masou 

and Taylor 
Lewis John B. laborer, warehouse dcpt Custom 

House, dwl 267 Stockton 
Lewis Josiah, painter, at 67 Pino, bds 119 Pine 
Lewis (J. lioome) & Sons (Edwin & Rodman P. 

Leivis), flour and grain, Washington nr Front, 

dwl NW cor Pine and Leavenworth 
Lewis Louis, dry-goods, 282 Dupout 
Lewis Lyon, dwl W a Third bet Howard and 

Folsom 
Lewis M. dancer, dwl S s Jackson bet Powell 

and Mason 
Lewis Mitchell M. jeweler, 183 Clay, dwl N s 

Bush bet Kearny and Dupont 
Lewis Nathan {Goodlme & L.\ dwl 250 Dupont 
Lewis Oscar, clerk, SE cor Front and Sacramento 

dwl Minnie bet First and Second 
Lewis Phillip, dwl 272 Powell 
Lewis Richard, NW cor Mont and Sutter 
Lewis Rodman P. {Lewis & Sons), dwl NW cor 

Pine and Leavenworth 
Lewis Sabin F. chief-engineer Cortes, dwl N s 

Geary bet Kearny and Dupont 
Lewis Samuel, clerk, with Hodge & Wood 
Lewis Sarah Miss, millinerj'-, W s Third, bet 

Howard and Folsom 
Lewis William, deputy U. S. Surveyor, dwl N s 

Greenwich bet Dupont and Stockton 
Lewis William J. civil-engineer, 49 Alontgomery 

Block 
Leyers Florian, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

& Co. 
Leykauff Alex. (/. E. Moller & Co.\ dwl N s 

Harrison bet Fifth and Simmons 
Lhote Frank, laborer, dwl S s Harrison bet First 

and Second 
L'HOTE BROTHERS {Eugene & Ren6 L'hote), 

boots and shoes, 220 Dupont 
L'hote Rene, {Uhote Brothers), dwl 220 Dupont 
Libby Josiah, builder, at Presidio Distillery, bds 

with J. W. Duncan, Union nr Larkin 
Libby M. bds Benton House 
Libby Sylvanus D. wharf-builder, dwl 194 Mis 
Lichtenfelds G. dwl Commercial nr Davis 
Lichtenhein Anthony, cigars and tobacco, W s 

Second nr Market 
Lichtenstein Moses B. clerk, dwl 175 Com 
Lichtenstein M. B. dwl 275 Pacific 
Lichtenstein Solomon H. pawn-broker, 175 Com- 
mercial, dwl E s St. Mary nr Pine 
Liddell Mary K. Mrs. proptr Mission Hotel, dwl 

W 8 Dolores cor Center 
Liddle Robert, gun-smith, dwl N s Union near 

Stockton 
Lieb Joseph F. bar-keeper, Tammany Hall Saloon 

dwl 1.53 Kearny 
Liebenberg ( Charles) & Mehrtens {Marthi), gro- 
ceries, cor Front and Chambers 
Liebreich Simon, tailor, N s Wash nr Stockton 
Lien Henry, tanner, Mith John J. Fulton, bds 

S s Townsend bet Second and Third 
Liepman L. salesman, 80 California 
Liera Henry, boot-maker, at 164 Washington 
Liese Henry, butcher, dwl 98 Bush 



Liescnfelt Piiillip, billiard-manufactory, 152 and 
154 Ballery 

Light Wolf, hand-cart, dwl NW cor Clementina 
and Ecker 

Lightner Elizabeth ifrs. bds Brannan House 

Lightner .Joel F. commission merchant, 43 and 
45 California 

Lilienthal John, drayman, cor California and 
Front, dwl cor Washington and Powell 

Lillie Lewi.s. (.7. Bryant Hill & Co.) dwl 286 
Washington 

Lincoln B. B. dwl NW cor Clay and Davis 

Lincoln George, driver, Logue & Skelly, dwl 
Knickerbocker Engine House 

Lincoln Jonas, merchant, dwl with Mrs. H. Har- 
ris, 75 Jessie 

Lincoln William, laborer, dwl N s Lombard bet 
Mason and Powell 

Lind J. Y. assistant surgeon, U. S. Marine Hos- 
pital, Rincon Point 

Lindau Arnold, groceries, NW cor Davis and 
Washington 

Lindcmer John C. gardener, Presidio Road 

Lindenbaum Isaac, clothing, W s Stewart bet 
Mission and Market 

Lindenbergcr T. E. {Badger kL.) dwl cor Stock- 
ton and Sacramento 

Lindenberger V. H. bds St. Francis Hotel 

Liuderoos Gustav, seaman, dwl SE cor Sacra- 
mento and Drumm 

Lindlev, Wooster & Weaver, (of Sacramento) 
office 79 Front 

Lindner Max, ( Goodman & L.) dwl 69 Kearny 

Lindon Henry H. insurance agent, bds with Cal- 
vin Slade, W s Hawthorne bet Folsom and 
Harrison 

Lindou J. bds What Cheer House 

Lindop W. orderly, U. S. Marine Hospital, Rin- 
con Point 

Lindsay Hester E. (widow) dwl 119 Bush 

Lindsay Thomas, laborer. Union Club, dwl N s 
Minnie bet Third and Fourth 

Linegear Charles, drayman, SE cor Sacramento 
and Battery, dwl S s Sutter nr Montgomery 

Linekin Ira W. {Harding & L.) 55 Front, up 
stairs, dwl 136 Dupont 

LINEN JAMES, ale and porter, SE cor Mont 
and Cal, dwl N s Geary bet Dup and Kearny 

Linen Joseph, laborer, dwl E s Mary Lane, bet 
Berry and Sutter 

Linens Alexander, machinist, Union Foundry, 
bds What Cheer House 

Linforlh Jame,«, book-keeper, with Benchley k 
Co. dwl N s Sutter above Taylor 

Ling John, (Chinese) drug-store, 203 Sac 

Link Charles, drayman, Montgomery bet Sutter 
and Market 

Link J. cartman, dwl Chestnut bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Link Valentine, blacksmith, at 43 Pine, bds 
Philadelphia House, Bush 

Linn Mary ^Irs. liquor, 41 Pacific 

Linors Charles M. seaman, bds 5 Sacramento 

Linsey Edward, bds A. I. Gladding, SE cor Lar- 
kin and California 

Lin Sin, (Chinese) washing, N s Pac nr Dupont 

Liuthal Henry, porter, Jones, Bendixen & Co. 
dwl 83 Bush 



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Lion Julia Miss, embroidery and children's cloth- 
ing, 305 Stockton 
Lion Samuel, laborer, U. S. B. Mint 
Lipniau Charles F. (^Randolph & Z.) dwl 215 Stock 
Lipman Joseph, {Clar?c & L.) dwl 15 Green 
Lippo Wm. laborer, dwl S s Union bet Powell 

and Mason 
Lippincott Amaziah, carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Lippitt Francis J. attorney at law, 3 Montgomery 

Block, dwl N s Mission op Ellen 
Lippman Joseph, watch-maker and jeweler, 175 

Clay, dwl N s Xatoraa bet First and Second 
Lippmann Philip, water-cart, dwl 96 Dupont 
Lippsk)' Frederick, waiter at Wimmer's Restau- 
rant, dwl W s Mathews Place bet Post and 

Sutter 
Lisbon Francis, (colored) at Banks & Bull, bds 

with Catharine Nelson 
Lissack Adolphus H. broker, 57 Front 
Lister Thomas G. ship-carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Litchenheira Anthony, liquors, bds Eagle Hotel, 

Beale nr Folsom 
Litchfield W. D. bds R. R. House 
Litchmenberg Moses, cigar-maker, dwl cor Bush 

and Montgomery 
Littin Joseph A. waiter, California Restaurant 
Littlefield John W. shipwright, dwl N s Perry 

bet Second and Third 
Littlefield Joseph T. ship-carpenter, dwl S s 

Pacific bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Littleford John T. {Morris & L.) dwl NW cor 

Berry and Dupont 
Little E. J. tin-smith, bds Manhattan House 
Little Francis, laborer, dwl SE cor Sutter and 

Powell 
Little John, shipwright, dwl N s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
Little John T. dwl Mission bet Brady and Her- 
mann 
Little Robert, gunsmith, 112 Washington, dwl 

cor Union and Union Place 
Little William, shipwright, dwl W s Liberty bet 

Third and Fourth 
Little Wm. C. with Parrott & Co. dwl Taylor nr 

Jackson 
Litton Thomas, dwl with Wm. H. Culver 
Litton Wm. stevedore, dwl Union bet Battery 

and Sansome 
Liturnoeau John, county assessor's office, dwl 

cor Virginia and Pacific 
Liutz Martin & Co. {Rudolph Wichelhausen) news 

agents, etc. Washington nr P. 0. 
Live Samuel, dwl with Caspar Wolf 
Livenburg S. {hazard & L.) dwl 198 Kearny 
Livermore Chas. E. book-keeper, with Redington 

& Co. bds with H. G. Livermore 
Livermore Elizabeth Mrs. dwl S s Yallejo bet 

Powell and Mason 
Livermore Horatio G. dwl S s Minnie bet Second 

and Third 
Livermore Horatio P. clerk, with Redington & 

Co. bds with H. G. Livermore 
Livermore 0. wdth Pioche & Bayerque, dwl S s 

Clay bet Stockton and Powell 
Livingston Henry B. reporter, Alta California, 

bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Livingston Isaac, boots and shoes, E s Stockton 

nr Pacific 



Livingston Jacob, tailor, 128 Kearny 
Livingston M. dwl 347 Powell 
Livingston P. M. carver, 105 Montgomery Block 
Llewellyn Robert, {McMillan & L.) dwl 4 East 
Lloyd Elizabeth Miss, dress-maker, 156 Sacra- 
mento, up stairs 
Lloyd Reuben H. attorney at law, 101 Merchant, 

dwl Folsom ur Simmons 
Lloyd Thomas, clerk, bds with Michael Fagan 
Lloyd Thomas C. salesman, with L. Leszynsky, 

167 Clay 
Lloyd W. actor, Lyceum Theater 
Lob Simon, dwl N s John bet Powell and Mason 
Lobdell Michael, operator, with W. Shew, 113 

Montgomery 
Lobree A. clerk, 35 Jackson 
Lobree Isaac, clothing, 35 Jackson 
LOCAN {Frank) & CO. {Herman Searing) wors- 
ted and fancy goods, 179 Clay 
Loch Eliza Miss, laundress, dwl 102 Merchant 
Lochernan John, liquor-saloon, 43 Montgomery, 

dwl cor Market and Second 
Locicero George, barber, dwl NW cor Stockton 

and Sacramento 
Locke Elisha, at Cochituate Baths, 57 Sansome 
Locke Royal P. printer, dwl 4 St. Mary 
Locke Silas M. real-estate, dwl N s Market bet 

Powell and Mason 
Locke {S. Morris) & Montague (TF. W.) imptrs 

stoves and metals, 100 and 102 Battery, dwl 

Howard bet First and Second 
Lockett John, laborer, boards 3 Belden's Block, 

Market 
Lockhead John, engineer, 62 Sansome, dwl N s 

Clay nr Jones 
Lockman C. M. dwl 117 Bush 
Lockraan Wm. S. waiter. What Cheer House 
LOCKWOOD, (Albert) EWELL {P. D. F.) & CO. 

clothing. Oak Hall, 178 Clay and 107 Mer, 

resides New York (see advertisement) 
Lockwood Charles W. seaman, bds What Cheer 

House 
Lockwood Christeann (widow) furnisbed rooms, 

190 Sacramento 
Lockwood George, broker, dwl 99 Pine 
LOCKWOOD {Harvey M.) & HENDRIE {John 

W.) clothing, 176 Clay, resides New York 
Lockwood John E. dwl E s First bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Loehr Ferdinand, physician, office and dwl E s 

Dupont nr Sacramento 
LOEHR {Francis) & CLAASSEN {Jacob) proptrs 

American Hotel, 63 and 65 Montgomery 
Loehr Henry, dwl 133 Bush 
Loewenhelm Julius, with Morris Speyer, dwl W s 

Stockton bet Clay and Sacramento 
Loew'enstein John, proptr Minerva Hall, NE cor 

Bush and Kearny 
Loftus James, dwl S s Pacific bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Logan Henry C. real-estate and stock broker, 

165 Montgomery, dwl 107 Commercial 
Logan Jas. bds with Benj. A. Rice, Rassette PI 
Logan Thomas, Galway House, 82 Pacific 
Logan WiUiam, ship-carpenter, dwl 61 Kearny 
Logue {John) & Skelly {Michael) proptrs Peoples 

Line City and Mission Omnibusses, stables 

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Lohaus August, at Ocean Pearl Saloon, corner 

Washington and East 
Lolimanu (Iltnry A.) & Moesta {Jo]in P.) clotli- 

iiig, 183 Washington, dwl Powell nr Broad- 
way 
Lohner Anthony, laborer, dwl W s Brooks bet 

Market and Geary 
Lohr Cliarlcs C. tailor, 204 Kearny 
Lohse John F. with Lynch & Roeding, dwl Ma- 
son nr Union 
Loiseau Adolph, printer, dwl N 8 Pacific bet 

Dupout and Stockton, rear 
Loiseau M. printer, Le Phare, dwl Pacific bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Lolor C. P. & Co. imptrs and commission mchts, 

89 Front, dwl Tehama House 
Lolor J. property-man, Maguire's Opera House 
Lomin Ilenr}-, clothing, dwl E 3 Powell bet Val- 

Icjo and Broadway 
Lommax John (colored) carpenter, dwl Pacific, 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
London Alexander, painter, dwl E s Trinity bet 

Bush and Sutter 
London Meyer, waterman, dwl Jessie bet First 

and Second 
Londrigan Julia A. E. Miss, dress-maker, boards 

witli James Hughes, E s Ecker 
Lonergan Mary (widow) dwl Ss Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Long A. (Chinese) merchant, 208 Dupont 
Long Catherine (widow) boards N s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Long Claude, hardware, NW cor Montgomery 

and Washington, dwl 8 Virginia 
Long David, with Sitka Ice Co. dwl W s Selina 

Place, nr California 
Long Frederick, cook, for G. W. Smith, dwl S s 

Folsom bet First and Fremont 
Long H. messenger. Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Long James H. joiner, Sacramento nr East, dwl 

cor Dupont and Harlan Place 
Long J. W. bds What Cheer House ^ 
Long L. H. Napa messenger, Fjeeflian 

Express ^»«— __-— ^ — 

Long Matiiew, engineer, dwl E s Mason bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Long William, washing, dwl W s Mary Lane bet 

Berry and Bush 
Long Wm. C. Mrs. (widow) dwl cor Leavenworth 

and Bush 
Long William M. carpenter, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Longley Samuel, policeman, dwl 140 Sac 
Longrois Jule, Contra Costa Express, dwl NE 

cor Dupont and Green 
Longrois Louis, bakerv. 179 Pacific 
LONIXG (Jl^^nry) & FEUERSTEIN iRudol2)h) 

imptrs and commission merchts, 50 Front, 

up stairs 
Lookayse Raphael, Raphael's Restaurant, 78 

Commercial, dwl 2 Ecker 
Loomis Dudley J. book-keeper, with Coffey & 

Risdon, bds What Cheer House, 119 Sac 
LOOMIS (E. J.) HALL (71 J.) & CO. {G. M. 

Hall) produce commission merchants, foot 

Washington 
Loomis Rilej', drayman, bds E s Fourth bet Mis- 
sion and Market 
Loomis Roland, teamster, with T. Ellsworth 



& Co.'s 



LOOMIS WILLIAM E. news-agent, SE cor San- 
some and Washington, dwl 95 Montgomery 
Block 

Loop Sidney J. cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 
& Co. dwl S s Jessie bet Second and Third 

Loper William, capt schr Far West, Washington 
St. Wharf 

Lopez Amido, dwl N a Vallejo nr Kearny 

Lopez Angel, dwl N s Vallejo nr Kearny 

Lopez Jesus, cigar-maker, 4 Trinity, dwl N 8 
Vallejo nr Kearny 

Lord Charles S. 64 Front, up stairs, bds 85 San 

Lord D. S. & Co. {G. A. Mtndon) imps paper, 90 
Clay, dwl Bush cor Hyde 

Lorden Daniel, laborer, dwl 44 Post 

Loregan Michael, stone-cutter, bds Mechanic's 
Boarding House, Market 

Loring A. L. jeweler, with Louderback & Bald- 
win 

Loring ( G. W.) & Mason ( W. C.) groceries, SW 
cor Clay and Taylor 

Loring Sarah F. Miss, asst teacher primary dept 
Greenwich St. School 

Loring S. M. bds Niantic Hotel 

Loring Susan (widow) dwl S s Vallejo bet Pow- 
ell and Stockton 

Loring William, dwl Greenwich nr cor Mason 

LORING, W. P. wines and liquors, 72 Merchant, 
dwl 68 Merchant 

Loris Francis A. teacher St. Ignatius School, S s 
Market bet Fourth and Fifth 

Loroi Alfred, cook, dwl 15 St. Mary 

Lorquin Pierre, taxidermist, dwl 198 California, 
rear 

Lortie Edward, fruit-store, 75 Montgomery 

Loryea A. M. physician, office and dwl 217 Clay 

Losch John H. hair-dresser, boards with M. W. 
Gande 

Losh W. bds Benton House 

Losh William, gardener, dwl W s Silver near 
Third 

Lothrop John J. {English & L) dwl NW cor San- 
some and Bush 

Lott Charles F. (Dickson, De Wolf & Co.) dwl N 
s Greenwich nr Dupont 

Lott Enoch, carpenter, dwl E s Hubbard bet 
FoLsom and Howard 

Lott J. Mrs. asst teacher primary dept, Califor- 
nia St. School 

Lott Salina Mrs. 9 Geary 

Lottritz John, brewer, dwl E s Dupont nr Union 

Loubrie Jerome, with M. Dubroca, 127 Jackson 

Louchren John, liquors, 43 Montgomery, dwl SE 
cor Market and Second 

Loucks George P. dwl 6 Clay St. Wharf 

Loucks Orlando, produce commission merchant, 
6 Clay 

Loud Alfred C. 91 Front, dwl Washington nr 
Taylor 

LOUD {Warren) HOSMER {Qiarks) & CO {A. 
W. Snyder) importers and jobbers wines and 
liquors, 91 Front, dwl Cal nr Stockton 

Loudenhammer J. dwl 209 Stockton 

Loudenslager Agnes (widow) furnished rooms, 
NW cor Kearny and Bush 

LOUDERBACK A. game and fish, 5 and 6 Wash 
Market, dwl cor Eddy and Leavenworth 

Louderback D. {Buktti & L.) dwl 9 Virginia 



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Loiulerback 'Davis, law student, dwi 9 Virginia 

LOUDERBACK ( William) & BALDWIN" {Mar- 
cus M.) manufacturing jewelers and lapida- 
ries, 171 Washingtou, dwl 19 Minnie, (see 
advertisement) 

Lougee James "W. sign-painter, 121 Sansome, dwl 
E s Stockton bet Clay and Sacramento 

Loughland John, laborer, at Fay's Soap Factory, 
Ciiestnut nr Mason 

Louglilin Dennis, carpenter, boards Mechanic's 
Boarding House, Market 

Loughlin Geo. K., U. S. B. Mint, dwl N s Sutter 
bet Kearny and Montgomery 

Louhesen Henry, oysters. Pavilion Saloon, dwl 
14 Harlan Place 

Louis Charles, barkeeper. Half "Way House, N 
s Folsom bet Thorne and Wood 

Louis James, dwl 275 Pacific 

Louis M. tailor, dwl cor Sacramento and Drumm 

Louis Manuel, carpenter, dwl 96 Pacific 

Louis (JIarian) &, Gallo {Michel) coffee-stand, 
Jackson nr East 

Lount Daniel S. merchant, dwl 209 Stockton 

Lount Helen, Mrs. boarding, 209 Stockton 

Lount Wm. R. dwl 209 Stockton 

Loupe Leopold [E. Levi & Co.) dwl E s Stockton 
nr Sacramento 

LOVE {Harlow S.) & "WATTSON {Jno. Y.) attys 
at law, 101 Merchant, dwl 175 Clay 

Lovejoy Alphonso J. drayman. Eureka Mills, dwl 
W s First bet Tehama and Howard 

Lovejoy R. B. {J. Everding & Co.) dwl 50 Clay 

Loveland La Fayette, broker, NE cor Clay and 
Mont, dwl SW cor Greenwich and Larkin 

Lovell Edward C. clerk, Samuel Price & Co. dwl 
Jackson nr Stockton 

Lovell James X. clerk, Samuel Price & Co. dwl 
Jackson nr Stockton 

Lovely Geo. S. dwl S"W cor Pine and Dupont 

Lovely Horace Mrs. boarding, SW cor Pine and 
Dupont 

Lovely Marcus H. pressman. Commercial Print- 
ing Office, bds with Mrs. H. Lovely 

Lovering R. F. {Hamillon & Co.) dwl Railroad 
House 

Lovett Joseph, actor, Lyceum, dwl NW cor Bush 
and Kearny 

Lovicli Charles, tailor, 26 First 

LOW C. ADOLPHE & CO. {Chas. H. Baldwin) 
com mchts and insurance agents, 124 Cali- 
fornia, up stairs, dwl with Samuel Hort 

Low John, dwl Mason bet Filbert and Union 

Low W. S. bds What Cheer House 

Lowe Benjamin F. office 60 California 

Lowe James {Allan, L. & Co.) dwl Taylor bet 
Jackson and Washington 

Lowe Thomas {Allan, L. & Co.') res Oregon City 

Lowe William L. supt Am. Flour Mills, dwl S s 
Natoma bet First and Second 

Lowell Xathan R. storage, cor Davis and Pine, 
dwl 21 Natoma 

Lowenberg Sampson, dwl S s Vallejo bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 

Lowenstein Jacob, dwl N s Vallejo bet Mason 
and Powell 

Lowergan Patrick, striker, Vulcan Iron Works 

Lowndes Alfred Samuel, teacher, S. F. College, 
N s Bush bet Mason and Taylor 



Lowney James, bds with Mortimer Sullivan 
Lowry Walter, commercial reporter, Alta Califor- 
nia, bds Metropolitan 
Lowry William, boatman, 17 Sutter 
Loyer Pierre J. waiter, 137 Kearny 
Lozano Valentine (widow), dwl E s Virginia 
Lubbock Henry P. captain, bds with Simon Ham- 

merschmith 
Lubbock William M. capt, ofiBce NE cor Clay and 

Battery, bds with Simon Hammerschmith 
Lubeck Charles W. ship-broker, U. S. Court 

Building, bds Powell bet Clay and Wash 
Lubey Edward, laborer, Fort Point 
Lubey Mary Ann, (widow) dwl W s Virginia nr 

Jackson 
Lubin {Richard D.) t Meyer {Charles) groceries, 

NW cor Dupont and Green 
Lucas John, carpenter, dwl W s Mont nr Vallejo 
Lucas Wm. saloon, dwl S s Brannan cor Johnston 
Luce Jirah, paper-carrier, dwl X s Green bet 

Mason and Powell 
Lucke Frederick, tailor, dwl S s Vallejo nr Kearny 
Lucke H. boots and shoes, 188 Washington 
Luckton John T. dwl 107 Broadway 
Luco Manuel, dwl 325 Dupont, rear 
Ludden R. capt schr Julius Pringle, Washington 

Street Wharf 
Luden {Louis) & Hincken (C/atw) groceries and 

liquors, NW cor Second and Mission 
Ludington George C. SE cor California and Front 
Ludlam Anthony, oysters, dwl NW cor Howard 

and Jane 
Ludlam James C. clerk, with Anthony Ludlam, 

bds NW cor Howard and Jane 
Ludlow Charles S. dwl 163 Mission 
Ludlow Frank G. operator, with R. H. Vance, 

bds What Cheer House 
Ludlow James, pilot, dwl 163 Mission 
Ludlow James, deputy city and county treas- 
urer, dwl NE cor Jackson and Powell 
Ludlum Cornelius, merchant, dwl 223 California 
Ludlum Edward, letter department, Freeman & 

Co.'s Express, dwl S s California above 

Dupont 
Ludlum Thomas B. clerk, with Bradshaw & Co. 

dwl 223 California 
Ludorff Julius, clerk, with J. H. Druhe, NW cor 

Bush and Battery 
Ludwig John, baker, dwl 372 Stockton 
Ludwig John A. carpenter, S s Bush bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Ludwigsen F. C. porter, with Morris Speyer, 138 

Washington 
LUEDKE RUDOLPH, watch-maker and jeweler, 

159 Washington, dwl N s Pine bet St. Mary 

and Kearny 
Lufkin Joseph, dwl S s Merchant nr Drumm 
Luhr E. D. sign-painter, NE cor Third and Folsom 
Luhr Ernest, painter, dwl W s Ritch bet Bran- 
nan and Third 
Luhrs Charles, drayman, 94 Front 
Luhrs Edward F. {Tiencken & L.) dwl SW cor 

Stockton and Sacramento 
Luhrssen Frederick, clerk, NW cor Second and 

Natoma 
Luke David, stage-driver, with P. Hunt & Co. 

dwl at stable W s Third bet Folsom and 

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Luke ■\Villiain L. Jr. clerk, Home Journal, dwl 

NK cor Montgomery and Clay 
Lull Kdwiird M. hostler, for Overland Mail, St. 

Mark's Place bet Dupont and Kearny 
LULL LOUIS R. attorney at law, NW cor Mont- 

gomer}' and Merchant, dwl N s Bush bet 

Powell and Mason 
LULOFS B. produce commission merchant, 14 

Clay, dwl SE cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Lum A. Stewart, clerk, Bank Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Block, dwl E s Powell op John 
Lum Cyrus, sexton, Dr. Scott's Church, bds cor 

First and Tehama 
Lum John, musician, dwl 6 Harlan Place 
Lumberg Peter, gardener, dwl cor Green and 

Laguna 
Lumley George, importer liquors, cor Battery and 

Union 
Lun, Wo & Co. (Chinese) merchant, 180 Sacra- 
mento 
Lund Ole. laborer, dwl S s Harrison bet First 

and Second 
Lundie George, with Winant & Co. bds N s Har- 
rison bet Third and Fourth 
Lundy James, long-shoreman, bds Mechanics' 

Boarding House, Market 
Luning Nicholas, banker, NE cor Sacramento and 

Leidesdorff, dwl SW cor Pine and Powell 
Lunney P. clerk, NE cor California and Battery 
Lunny Bernard, boot-maker, 25 Jackson 
Lunny James W. painter, dwl S s Union bet 

Powell and Mason 
Lunt James R. with James Patrick & Co. dwl S s 

Riley ur Taylor 
Lupton Samuel L. deputy county clerk, and of 

Fourth District Court, dwl S s Minnie nr 

Third 
Lusk C. D. & Co. {James Daws) livery-stable, 

150 Sansome 
Lussey John, French and Spanish interpreter. 

Police Judge's Court, dwl with Simon Uam- 

merschmith 
Lust Simon, hats and caps, "75 Montgomery 
Lusteg Isaac, boot-maker, 85 Jackson 
LUTGENS JOHN, Lutgens Hotel, 64 Mont 
Luther Francis, clerk, 109 Clay, bds SW cor 

California and Montgomery 
LUTHER J. B. auctioneer, dwl Minnie between 

First and Second 
Lutten Thomas, boards Jones bet Lombard and 

Chestnut 
Luttman John, tinsmith, 160 Battery 
Lutton Robert, carpenter, dwl 2 Brooklyn PI 
Lutz John C. (Julius Dietterlen & Co.) dwl 57 

Kearny 
Lutz Michael, engineer, at Salt Mills, SW cor 

Davis and Washington 
Lux Henry, butcher, dwl SW cor Kearny and 

Sacramento 
Lykins Isaac N. book-keeper, 140 Washington, 

dwl N s Jessie bet Ecker and Anthony 
Lyle Freeman B. clerk, 105 Battery 
Lyle Joshua B. speculator, dwl S s Howard bet 

Second and Third 
Lyle Thomas W. with M. A. Braly, dwl 225 Sac- 
ramento 
Lyle William S. clerk, 72 Battery, dwl Ss How- 
ard bet Second and Third 



Lyman Edward, clerk. General Store, W s Do- 
lores op Center 

Lyna William, carpenter, cor Oregon and Front 

Lynam John, laborer, with James Cunningham 

Lynch Catherine M. (widow) dwl S 8 Everett bet 
Third and Fourth 

Lynch Daniel, collector, dwl Pacific nr Larkin 

Lynch Daniel, laborer, dwl cor Larkin and Vallejo 

Lynch Daniel, liquors, 140 Kearny 

Lynch Daniel L. with Barry & Patten, dwl 
Harlan Place 

Lynch {F. E.) & Roeding {F.) com merchants 138 
Jackson up stairs 

Lynch Francis, laborer, at Steam Laundry, near 
Laguna, Presidio Road 

Lynch G. T. dwl NE cor Powell and Broadway 

Lynch Henry J. tinsmith, at 46 Sansome, dwl 
W s Mary Lane bet Berry and Sutter 

Lynch {James) & Co. {P. J. Kennedy) wood and 
coal, cor Broadway and Sansome, dwl SE 
cor Green and Mason 

Lynch Jeremiah D. laborer. Fort Point 

Lynch John, proprietor 5th Ward Saloon, boards 
with Thomas Cleary 

Lynch John, bds Pacific nr Larkin 

Lynch John cook, dwl E s Isdel Place nr Bush 

Lynch John, driver, 55 Sansome, dwl NE corner 
Minnie and Fourth 

Lynch John, laborer, at Steam Laundry, nr La- 
guna, Presidio Road 

Lynch John, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 

Lynch John, waiter. Railroad House 

Lynch Michael, groceries, etc. W s Dolores, op- 
posite Center 

Lynch Michael, bar-keeper, dwl W s Mary Lane 
bet Berry and Sutler 

Lynch Patrick, laborer. Pacific Foundry, dwl N 
s Minna bet Second and Third 

Lynch Peter, laborer, S s Clary bet Ritch and 
Fourth 

Lynch Thomas, wool-grader, bds Manhattan Hs 

Lynch William, miner, bds with Thomas Cleary 

Lynch William H. 125 Washington 

Lynde Joseph B. salesman, with Taafife, McCahill 
& Co. bds S s Brannan nr Third 

Lynde M. 0. bds S s Brannan nr Third 

Lyne William, machinist, bds 118 Front 

Lynn Jacob, ( Green & L.) dwl W s Powell bet 
Post and Sutter 

Lynn Jacob, Jr. brewer, dwl W s Powell bet 
Post and Sutter 

Lynn John, brewery. First near Folsom, dwl W 
8 Powell bet Post and Sutter 

Lyon Champlin, machinist, S. F. Machine Works 

Lyon George, stone-cutter. Fort Point 

Lyon James, steward, with J. B. Bayerque, Mis- 
sion bet Harris and Simmons 

Lyou Theodore, tinsmith, at cor AVashingtonand 
Front, bds SE cor Sacramento and Davis 

Lyon Walter, clerk, 20 Sansome 

Lyon Wendell, printer, 125 Sansome, bds Kearny 
bet Union and Green 

Lyon William F. & Co. (/. M. Merrill) produce 
commission merchants, 52 Clay, dwl Kearny 
bet Green and Union 

LYON ( William II.) & CO. {John Harrold) pro- 
prietors Empire Brewery, 106 Jessie, dwl 
SE cor Montgomery and California 



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Lyon Worthinpton S. at Kellogg & Humbert's, 

bds with George L. Kenny 
Lyons Alexander, painter, dwl Vallejo bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Lyons Ann E. Mrs. dry goods, dwl 344 Stockton 
Lyons Barcud. harness-maker, at 145 Sansome, 

dwl cor Montgomery and California 
Lyons Charles A. driver, with Logue & Skelly, 

dwl S s Jessie bet Second and Third 
Lyons Daniel (S. J.) dwl S s market nr Fourth 
Lyons Dennis, dwl NE cor Powell and Greenwich 
Lyons Ellis, bds with Alexander Lyons 
Lyons George (colored) dwl 344 Dupont 
Lyons James S. upholsterer, dwl 36 Clementina 
Lyons John, 58 Front 
Lyons John, salesman, dwl Sac nr Drumm 
Lyons John, teamster, bds 18 Bush 
Lyons John, machinist, bds 25 Bush 
Lyons Mary, cook City Laundry corBrannan and 

Third 
Lyons Michael A. blacksmith, dwl Chambers nr 

Battery 
Lyons S. H. sugar refiner, dwl 213 Vallejo 
Lyons William, bds with Nathaniel Bassett 
Lyons W. S. 104 Montgomery, dwl Cahfornia 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Lyvere Montreville, boot-maker, 204 Kearny 



Maas George, blacksmith, dwl E s Brown Place 

nr Pine 
Maas Margaret (widow), bds with George Maas 
Maccaise Henry, merchant, dwl 93 Dupont 
Mac Cann Tilford, clerk , 148 Battery 
Mac Cann ( William) & Co. brokers, 148 Battery 

dwl Taylor n "Washington 
Mac Cann Wm. Jr. book-keeper, with Janson, 

Bond & Co. dwl NE cor Battery and Clay 
Macchiavello John, {Brignardello &, M.). dwl 164 

Sansome 
MAC CRELLISH (Frederick) & CO. ( Wm. A. 

Woodivard), publishers and proptrs Alta 

California, 124 Sacramento, dwl Sophie Ter- 
race 
Macdonald Donald A. foreman Chace's Mill, cor 

Market and Beale, dwl Prospect Place 
MacDonald Henry, seaman, dwl E s Lafayette 

Place bet Green and Union 
Macdonald John, hostler, dwl cor Harrison and 

Ritch 
MacDowell Archibald S. liquors, dwl 192 Pine 
Macedona Hosea, dwl 86 Broadway 
Macey J. capt sloop C. E. Long, Clay St. "Wharf 
Mac Govern James, Pioneer Lamp Factory, 149 

California, dwl cor Green and Leavenworth 
Macholdd Henry, carpenter, Union PI nr Green 
Macht Alexander, fruits, 318 Stockton 
Mack Ready, barber, at 85 Sansome 
Mack Elizabeth F. Miss, lodgings, 222 Stockton 
Mack I. N. (C. G. Finney & Co.), 69 Clay, dwl 

cor Sutter and Mason 
Mack Isaac, flour-merchant, dwl NE cor Sutter 

and Mason 
Mack J. Hayden, dwl 83 Bush 
Mack Peter, drayman, 64 Clay 
Mack Thomas, butcher, dwl S s Bdy nr Sansome 



Mack William J. book-keeper, with L. Krambach, 

bds 66 Sansome 
MACKALL W. W. major U. S. A. asst Adjutant 

Gen. off 44 Bush, dwl E s Third nr Harrison 
Mackatee Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Mission bet 

Ridley and Tracy 
Macken Francis, clerk, dwl with Dr. W. A. Sny- 
der, SE cor Mission and Jane 
Macken James, copper-smith, W s Fremont bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Mackenhoff Louis, bds Franklin Hotel 
Mackenzie John A. machinist, dwl Hartmann 

Place bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Mackey M. bds Benton House 
Mackey Peter, seaman, dwl 260 Pacific, rear 
Mackin James, laborer, dwl N s Sansome near 

Union 
Mackinlay Edward, atty at law, 1 Mont Block 
Mackintosh Robert, physcian, 89 Montgomery 
Macnamara James, deputy-sealer weights and 

measures, dwl N s Howard bet Tliird and 

Fourth 
Macomb George, butcher, W s Battery nr Pacific 
Macomber Joseph, dwl N s Clementina bet First 

and Second 
Macomber William, carpenter, boards Isthmus 

House, First 
MACONDRAY {Frederick W.) & CO. (James 

Otis, Jonas Minturn and Wm,. A. Macondray) 

commission merchants, 54 and 56 Sansome, 

dwl 255 Stockton 
Macondray Frederick W. Jr. clerk, with Macon- 
dray & Co. dwl 255 Stockton 
Macondray William A. (Macondray & Co.), dwl 

255 Stockton 
Macpherson Alexander, dwl S s Center corner 

Howard 
Macpugn Eliza Mrs. dry-goods, SW cor First 

and Tehama 
Macpugn William, ship-carpenter, dwl SW cor 

Tehama and First 
Macrum David S. clerk, 14 Montgomery, bds 

What Cheer House 
MacTea Mary Miss, dwl Hinkley nr Kearny 
Macy Charles F. compositor, Home Journal, dwl 

Lombard bet Mason and Taylor 
Macy Henry C. contractor, NE cor Davis and 

Oregon, dwl N s Green bet Powell and Mason 
Macy Robert, bds with G. A. Van Bokkelen 
Macy William, ice wagon, dwl Broadway bet 

Front and Davis 
Madden Frank, morocco-finisher, bds at Old Oak 

N s Mission cor Ridley 
Madden Peter, carpenter, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Madigan John, stone-cutter. Fort Point 
Madigan John, stone-cutter, dwl Presidio Road 

nr Fort Point 
Madigan Mary (widow), dwl 25 Stone 
Madigan Thomas, stone-cutter, dwl Presidio 

Road nr Fort Point 
Madigan William, stone-cutter, dwl E s Fremont 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Madinger Frederick, shoe-maker, NE cor Bush 

and Trinity 
Madison Bennett H. dwl 167^ Mission 
Madison James, blacksmith, dwl 116 Dupont 
Madison John, newspaper-carrier, dwl E s Stock- 
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Madison John IT. (Eoogs & M.), dwl E a Stock- 
ton bet St. Mark's Place and Geary 
Mady James, bar-keeper, Pacific nr Drumm, dwl 

W s Davis bet Clark and Jackson 
Magagnos Julian A. collector, Evening Bulletin, 

dwl E s Powell nr Washington 
Maggagiiotto Peter, Rev. pastor St. Francis Ca- 
tholic Church dwl N a Vallejo bet Stock and 
Dupont 
^fagee James, laborer, dwl Brj'ant Place 
Magee John, laborer, bds NW cor Vallejo and 

Kearny 
Magher Wm. tailor, SW cor Bush and Battery 
Maginnis Christopher, pattern-maker, Union Fdy 
Maginnis Eliphaz, drayman, dwl NW corner 

Broadway and Kearny 
Maginnis John, Rev. pastor St. Patrick's Church, 

dwl Anuie bet Market and Jessie 
Magner Dennis, porter, 36 and 38 Battery, dwl 

N s Geary bet Dupont and Stockton 
Magner Michael, laborer, dwl W s Montgomery 

nr Broadway 
Magner Thomas, grocer, NE cor Bdy and Scott 
Magness James, capt schr Morning Light, Wash- 
ington St. Wharf 
Magnien Jean, paper box-maker, dwl 114 Dupont 
Magniss Abram, clerk, Pacific bet Battery and 

Front 
Magnus George, printer, SE cor Clay and San- 
some, dwl Philadelphia House, Pine 
Magnus (Peter A) & Pflueger {Hermann) watch- 
makers, 147 Kearny 
Magraf Peter, laborer, Dow's Distillery, dwl S 

Brannan St. Bridge, Polrero 
Magraf Joseph, cabinet-maker, dwl Ws Trinity bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Magruder K. M. (widow) dwl S s Market bet 

Third and Fourth 
Maguire Ada Mrs. dwl 222 Sacramento 
Maguire Edward, laborer, with O'Meara «& Painter 
Maguire John, proptr Snug, Washington near 

Mont, dwl SW cor Pine and Dupont 
Maguire John, carpenter, bds with John Cooney 
Maguire John, with W. B. Dolan, E s Third bet 

Mission and Howard 
Maguire Nicholas, hostler, 104 and 106 Kearny 
Maguire Philip, waiter. What Cheer House 
Maguire T. Godfrey, clerk, Union Foundry, dwl 

58 Minnie 
MAGUIRE THOMAS, proptr Maguire's Opera 

House, Washington bet ilont and Kearny 
Maguire W. bds What Cheer Hotise 
Mahagan Robert, marble-cutter, 70 Montgomery 
Mahar John, laborer. Union Foundry 
Maher Ann (widow) washmg, dwl N a Harrison 

bet Third and Fourth 
Maher James, drayman, dwl S s Harrison bet 

Second and Third 
Maher James, laborer, dwl Hinckly nr Kearny 
Maher AVilliam, sugar refiner, dwl Francisco 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Mahl Christian, tailor, with John Sheppard 
Mahland Claus W. {Doscher & Co.) dwl NW cor 

Third and Everett 
Mahler Joseph, boot-maker, NW cor Commercial 

and Battery, dwl 67 Broadway 
Mahon Frank W. laborer, with R. F. Knox & Co. 
dwl E s Second nr Townsend 



Mahon John, bargeman, Custom House 
Mahoney Dennis, tailor, with John Sweeny 
Mahoney Edward, engineer, Camphene Works, 

NW corner Bcalo and Misson, bds Barkley 

House 
Mahoney Franklin J. with R. F. Knox & Co. bds 

NE cor Townsend and Second 
Mahoney James, boot-maker, 181 Pacific 
Mahoney James, laborer, bds 3 Beldeu's Block, 

Market 
Mahoney John, bds Manhattan House 
Mahoney Joim T. brick-layer, dwl NE cor Sac- 
ramento and Davis 
Mahoney Timotiiy, laborer, dwl N s Sutter near 

Montgomery 
Mahoney Timothy, potter, dwl 42 First 
Mahony Daniel, laborer, 20 Battery, dwl W s 

First bet Natoma and Howard 
Mahony David, butcher, dwl corner Pacific and 

Lark in 
Mahony Dennis, butcher, dwl S a Pacific near 

Larkin 
Mahony Dennis, laborer, dwl with Timothy Dunn 
Mahony John T. brick-layer, dwl SE cor Davia 

and Sacramento 
Mahony Mary Miss, seamstress, 207 Clay 
Mahony Timothy, messenger, Post-office, dwl 

Post-office 
Mahony Timothy, laborer, dwl W s Rusa Alley 

near Sutter 
Mahony William, dwl S a Pacific nr Larkin 
Maichebour Auguste, furniture, Dupont between 

Broadway and Pacific 
Maige F. N. (Parvik Co.) dwl O'Farrell between 

Mason and Powell 
Maige Pierre, saloon and restaurant, 207 Wash- 
ington 
Maighn P. clerk, with B. Killilea 
Maillet Alphons, confectioner, 207 Washington 
Mails Henry, deputy county recorder, dwl W a 

Ritch bet Folsom and Harrison 
Mails Isaac, merchant, dwl W a Stockton bet 

Post and Sutter 
Mails John, compositor, bds with Isaac Mails 
MAIN {Charles) & WINCHESTER {Ezra H.) 

manufacturers and imptrs saddlery, harness, 

etc. 82 Battery, bds American Exchange 
Main James M. capt schr J. K. F. Mansfield, 

pier 3 Stewart, bds with Chas. Main 
Main [Peter) & Schulte {Peter C.) groceries and 

liquors, S s Natoma nr Hunt, dwl N s Na- 
toma, bet Second and Third 
Main Peter Jr. clerk, dwl N a Natoma between 

Second and Third 
Maiquez Isadore, professor dancing, dwl NW cor 

Dupont and Sacramento 
Maiquez Pepita Senora, danseuse, dwl NW cor 

Dupont and Sacramento 
Mairs James {James Dows & Co.) dwl Mission 

Creek Distillery 
Maish John, porter, with Spear & Co. 131 Cali- 
fornia, dwl W s Trinity Court nr Trinity 
Majoribanks John, with Ryan & Co. 56 Clay 
Maker Nicholas M. clerk, with James Hickey, 

dwl Gl Jackson 
Makin James, hackman, cor Bush and Hyde 
Makin Catherine (widowj Half-Way House, N a 

Mission bet Johnston and Thome 



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Makin Cornelius, printer, bds Half-Way House, 

N s Mission bet Johnston and Thome 
Makin F. witli J. Seligman & Co. dwl cor Mis- 
sion and Jane 
Makowsky L. tailor, E s Davis nr Pacific 
MalatcsCa (/,.) <t Co. bakers, S s Union between 

Stockton and Powell 
Malbo Francis, basket-maker, Leidesdorflf nr Clay 
Malcom Robert, store-keeper, at Edwards & Bai- 
ley's, dwl Front nr Tallcjo, rear 
Maldonado Josepha Mrs. dwl E s Powell bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Malech C. Mrs. midwife, SE corner Bush and 

Trinity 
Maleck Gustavus, physician, N s Pine above 

Montgonnery 
Mallett George T. ship-wrigbt, dwl SW, corner 

Mission and Second 
Mallett Richard, miller, bds St. Charles Hotel, 

First 
Mallon John, boarding-house, 31 Clay 
Mallon John, examiner U. S. Ap. Department, 

dwl 323 Powell 
Mallon Patrick, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds N s Folsom bet Price and Harrison 
Mallory George, carpenter, dwl 112 Bush 
Mallory H. bds SE cor Front and Oregon 
Malmgren {Niks) & Nordgren (E. H.) diamond- 
setters, 138 Sacramento, dwl N s Post bet 
Powell and Mason 
Malmgren Niles P. carpenter, dwl N a Post bet 

Powell and Mason 
Malone Edward, dwl E s Ritch nr Folsom 
Malone James S. driver, for Logue & Skelly 
Malone John, waiter, 211 Washington 
Malone Letty Miss, washing, dwl with Terrence 

Conlin, Sherwood Place 
Maloney David, with John McDonald, 8 First 
Maloney John, tinsmith, 20 Kearny 
Maloney John, blacksmith, at 64 Sansome 
Maloney Michael, waiter, Oriental Hotel 
Malony Michael, hostler, dwl NW cor Pine and 

Kearny 
Maloy Charles, blacksmith, with O'Connor & 

Caine 
Maltbie A. book-keeper, 44 California 
Malvy Harriette Madame, dress-maker, E s Du- 

pout bet Post and Sutter 
Malvy Pierre, crockery, 138 Bush, dwl Es Du- 

pont bet Post and Sutter 
Mamlock {M.) & Co. (M. Kalmuk) cigar manufac- 
turers, SW cor Battery and Commercial 
Mamlock William, crockery, 12 Kearny 
Man Chong & Co. (Chinese) merchants', 1'74 Du- 

pont 
Man Hing (Chinese) merchant, 182 Sac 
Man Lee & Co. (Chinese) merchants ITS Com 
Man Ting (Chinese) merchant, 177 Sac 
Manahan Francis P. liquor-saloon, cor Sacramen- 
to and Leidesdorff, dwl E s Kearny bet Val- 
lejo and Green 
Manahan John, Stateu Island House, 138 Mis- 
sion 
Manahan T. boiler-maker, with Coffey & Risdon, 

bds Benton House 
Manbiert Charles, clerk, St. Francis Restaurant, 

SW cor Clay and Dupont 
Manchester G. W. dwl S s Greenwich nr Stock 



MANCHESTER J. B. attorney at law, SE cor 

Battery and Washington, bds 16 Sansome 
Manciet Pierre (Peter Arees & Co.) dwelling 195 

Kearny 
Manck Edward (Brauer & Co.) dwl SW corner 

Quincy and California 
Mandel Emanuel, merchant, dwl 377 Stockton 
Manderfield Edward, laborer, dwl W s Stockton 

bet Post and Sutter 
Mandeviile Alicia Miss, actress, dwl 191 Cal 
Mandeville Jas. W., U. S. Surveyor-Gen. off 60 

and 79 Montgomery Block, dwl S s Jackson 

bet Powell and Mason 
Mandeville Jennie Miss, actress, dwl 191 Cali- 
fornia 
Mandeville Margaret Mrs. dwl 191 California 
Mangan Patrick, ship-carpenter, NE cor Boston 

Place and First 
Mangeot Charles, blacksmith, 147 Sansome, dwl 

156 Sansome 
Mangles (Martin) & Co. (Henry Knop) groceries 

and liquors, SE corner Waverley Place and 

Washington 
Mangles (Martin) & Tumsuden (i?.) liquor-saloon 

NW cor California and Davis 
Mangold Nicholas, brick-layer, dwl W s Dupont 

nr Union 
Mann Anthony, clerk, St. Louis Market, NE cor 

Stockton and Sutter 
Mann Benj. P. with Overland Mail Co. SE cor 

Washington and Kearny 
Mann Clara A. Mrs. boarding, 185 California 
Mann George S. lumber and wagon-stock, 68 

Market, dwl S s Howard bet Third and 

Fourth 
Mannie E. (apprentice) machinist, Yulcan Iron 

Works 
Manning James, paper-carrier, dwl cor Trinity 

and Russ Court 
Manning James, Bank Exchange, Montgomery 

Block 
Manning James M. inspector. Custom H. dwl N s 

John bet Powell and Mason 
Manning Lorengo, scavenger, dwl 111 Kearny 
Manning M. bds Benton House 
Mannock Henry, bds cor Turk and Taylor 
Manrow John P. real estate broker, 153 Mont- 
gomery, dwl NW cor Larkin and Chestnut 
Mansel Henry, clerk, 60 Montgomery 
Mansfield Vincent N. laborer, Chelsea Laundry, 

Third nr Harrison 
MANSFIELD ( WtWeam) & WOOD (Thaddeus 

M!) fashionable clothing, 159 and 161 Mont- 
gomery, res N. York 
Manson Jno. S. 46 Front, dwl cor Broadway and 

Yirginia Place 
Manson Sarah Mrs. dwl N s Post bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Mantel Jean, clothing, dwl 4 Central Place 
Mantel William, grocer, NE cor Broadway and 

Vallejo 
Manton Dennis, boot-maker, at 116 Washington, 

dwl S s Sac bet Dupont and Stockton 
Mantz Antonio, bakery, 319 Dupont 
Mantz William H. editor Evening Telegram, dwl 

with James Landers 
Maquart Fran9ois, veterinary surgeon, E s Dolo- 
res nr Center 



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187 



Maraschi Antliony (5. J.) Rev. pastor of St. Ig- 
natius Catholic Church, S 8 Market bet 
Fourth and Fifth 
Marblo Abbey (widow) adjuster, U. S. B. Mint, 

bds with John M. Cusliing 
Marcel Peter, restaurant, N s Pacific nr Kearny 
Marceno Louis, dwl N s Union nr Dupont 
Marcii Adam, saloon, dwl Union Place nr Fil- 
bert 
Marchand A. assayer, 105 Sacramento, dwl 27 

Stevenson 
Marciiand Alexander, clerk, dwl 112 Bush 
Marchand Constant, butcher, S s Broadway nr 

Kearny 
Marchand D. (ITarris & 2f.) dwl 27 Stevenson 
Marcucci Domingo, shipwright, bds U. S. Bakery 
Marcus Abram {Arnheim & Co.) dwl 91 Pacific 
Marcus Adolph, dry goods, 278 Dupont 
Marden Calvin, with Bovee & Co. dwl N s Pacific 

nr Stockton 
ilarden Ira ( Wm. H. Bovee & Co.) dwl N s Pa- 
cific nr Stockton 
Marengo John {Laviosa, M. &, Co.) dwl Sansome 

nr Pacific 
Marer Michael, laborer, dwl S s Howard bet First 

and Second 
Marggraff Joseph, cabinet-maker, with J. G. 

Clark & Co. 
Markewitz Jacob, tinsmith, at 146 Clay, dwl 204 

Stockton 
Markewitz Samuel, tinner, at 296 Dupont, dwl 

204 Stockton 
Markey Richard, bakery, 44 Broadway 
Markham Willard, laborer, dwl Winter's Lane 

bet Union and Green 
Markley Jeremiah, dwl 20 Sansome 
itiarkley Levi J. {James Vantine & Co.) dwl Bush 

nr San Francisco College 
Markley W. G. commission merchant, 26 Bat- 
tery, dwl 205 Clay 
Marks August C. 114 Battery, dwl Cards Lane 
Marks Binnis, clothing, E s Third bet Market 

and Mission 
Marks Caroline Mrs. toys, E s Stock nr Pacific, 

dwl 226 Dupont 
Marks Edward, salesman, 69 Front, dwl How- 
ard bet First and Second 
Marks Hannah Miss, bds St. Nicholas 
Marks Harris, painter, dwl Mason bet Lombard 

and Chestnut 
Marks Harris, peddler, dwl with Abram Ro- 
senthal 
^larks Henry, tailor, "W s Morey Alley bet Bdy 

and Vallejo 
Marks Herrmann, {Michel & M.) dwl 148 Wash 
Marks {James) & McShane, {Andreiu) groceries 

and liquors, 200 Washington 
Marks James, laborer, dwl Com nr Drumm 
Marks James U. fireman, bds 20 Sansome 
Marks John, bar-keeper, SW cor Davis and 

Jackson 
Marks John J. {Adams & M.) Clay nr East 
Marks Joseph, clothing, 201 Pacific 
Marks Marx, {Julius Samuels & Co.) dry-goods, 

7 Virginia Block, Stockton 
Marks Morris, stoves and tin-ware, 133 Kearny 
Marks Simon, dwl N s Broadway bet Mason and 
Powell 



Marks Simon, bleacher, dwl 226 Dupont 

Marks Simon, clothing, bds 160 Pacific 

Marks Simon, express-wagon, dwl E a Rassette 

Place No. 2 nr Sutter 
Markwart Daniel, dwl E s Vallejo bet Mason 

and Powell, rear 
Marich Andrew, dwl cor Clay and Davis 
Marie Jean, with Ortet Brothers, cor Commercial 

and Leidesdorflf 
Mariegot Antoine, barber, 157 Kearny 
Marier John S. dwl 21 Leidesdorft" 
Marino Eugene J. clerk. Hall of Records, dwl 

Mission 
Marion S. Whitehall Saloon, cor East and Com- 
mercial 
Marie Sophie, Miss, dwl 118 Dupont 
Marley Wm. C. book-keeper, with B. Holladay, 

SE cor Sacramento and Leidesdorft' 
Marquand Auguste, 138 Sacramento 
Marquard Adolph, {Williain Bufer & Co.) 138 

Sacramento 
Marquard Diedrick F. groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Dupont and Commercial 
Marquard Frederick, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Dupont and Commercial 
Marquis Charles, barber, 125 Kearny 
Marrier Albrie, clerk, Oliver & Buckley, dwl cor 

Taylor and Jackson 
Marriott Frederick, S. F. News Letter, 134 Clay 
Marron Miles J. boarding-house, N s Folsom bet 

Price and Harris 
Mars James A. weighman, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

Minnie nr Third 
Marsecano Patrico, billiard-saloon, 21 Clay 
Marsh Albert, tinsmith, at cor Front and Wash- 
ington 
Marsh D. 0. composition roofing, dwl Lombard 

bet Greenwich and ilason 
Marsh E. B. book-keeper, with Goodwin & Co. 

dwl 228 Washington 
Marsh Elon S. real estate agent, dwl S s Silver 

ur Third 
Marsh John, driver, for Wells, Fargo & Co. bds 

19 Sutter 
Marsh Margaret Mrs.* dwl NE cor Dupont and 

St. Mark Place 
Marsh ilary, (widow) toys, NE cor Dupont and 

St. Mark Place 
Marsh Moses, laborer, dwl W s Wood nr Folsom 
Marsh R. S. carrier. Morning Call 
Marshall C. waterman, dwl Geary bet Taylor and 

Jones 
Marshall Caroline, (widow) boarding, 206 Stock 
Marshall C. P., Sandy, oysters, NE cor Front 

and Commf rcial, dwl N e Mission bet Wood 

and Potter 
Marshall Henry G. dwl Greenwich bet Taylor 

and Mason 
Marshall Henry H. with Bovee & Co. dwl Green- 
wich nr Mason 
Marshall James G. variety store, 96 Jackson, 

dwl Dupont bet Green and Union 
Marshall John, drayman, 101 Front, dwl with 

Mrs. E. E. Dudley 
Marshall Robert, carriage manufactory, 101 Kear- 
ny, dwl S s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Marshall Samuel W. oysters, 1 Custom House 

Block, dwl Mission road nr Wood 



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Marston M. A. ^[^s. lodging-rooms, NE cor Sac- 
ramento and Leidesdorff 
Marston Pliineas F. carpenter, bds E s First nr 

Teliania 
Marston Sylvanus B. builder, bds with Benjamin 

Dorr 
Martel James L. real estate broker, 8 Court Block, 

dvvl 41 Mission 
Martel John, silver-plater, 153 Kearny, dwl S s 

Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Mart<^net Jefferson, clerk, 162 "Washington, bds 

205 California 
Martenstein J. {Ilaubold & 31.) 88 Montgomery 
Martenstcin Jacob, miller, Golden Gate Mills, 

dwl E s Belden bet Pine and Bush 
Martin Abraham J. at 83 Commercial 
Martin Abram, groceries, 137 Mission 
Martin Augustine G. baggage-master, P. M. S. 

S. Co. dwl E s Prospect Place bet Sacra- 
mento and California 
Martin B. laborer, bds 46 Sansome 
Martin Camilo, cashier, with B. Davidson and 

consulate for Spain and Parma, dwl 144 

"Washington 
Martin Charles, sailor, bds 6 Sacramento 
Martin Cliarles J. carpenter, bds Mansion House, 

157 Dupont 
MARTIN (Clark) & HORTON, (Thomas R.) 

liquors, Montgomery and 153 Clay, dwl Ma- 
son nr Jaekson 
Martin Cornelius, brick-layer, bds 18 Bush 
Martin Daniel, laborer, dwl City Brewery, cor 

St. Mark Place and Kearny 
Martin Edward & Co. wines and liquors, S"W cor 

Sansome and Jackson, dwl S s Lombard bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Martin Francisco, proprietor Martin's Restaurant, 

153 Commercial 
Martin Frederick, bar-keeper. Ball's Saloon, dwl 

SE cor Montgomery and Merchant 
Martin George W. rigger, dwl E s First near 

Tehama 
Martin G. W. dwl Beale nr Folsom 
Martin Henry, groceries, S"W cor Bdy and Front 
Martin Henry P. machinist, bds at 157 Dupont 
Martin Hugh G. baker, at 31 Sacramento, dwl 

Pacific bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Martin Isador, cook, Job's Restaurant, dwl 169 

Commercial 
Martin Jennie, (widow) proprietress Mansion 

House 157 Dupont 
Martin (J. M.) & Reynolds (P. B.) clothing, 45 

Commercial, dwl E s First bet Tehama and 

Folsom 
Martin John, Union City House, East bet Wash- 
ington and Clay 
Martin Joiin, capt sloop San Jos6, Long "Wharf 
Martin John, boot-maker, 226 Pacific 
Martin John, boiler-maker, Vulcan Iron "Works 
Martin John, coiner's dept U. S. Branch Mint, 

dwl N s Berry bet Dupont and Clara 
Martin John, waiter, dwl 3 Central Place 
Martin John J. boarding-officer, Custom House, 

dwl N s Francisco nr Dupont 
Martin John R. waiter, dwl St. Mary's Place 
Martin Judah, confectioner, dwl E s Jane bet 

Minnie and Mission 
Martin Lewis, liquors, N"W cor East and Sac 



Martin Louis, dwl N s Union nr Dupont 
Martin Louis, waiter, "What Cheer House 
Martin Marie, (widow) dwl S s Geary bet Mason 

and Powell 
Martin Michael, dwl cor Pacific and Hyde 
Martin Minor S. salesman, with T. G. Bayless, 

dwl S s Sacramento bet Stockton and Powell 
Martin P. wood, coal and feed, SE cor Union 

and Powell 
Martin Philip, laborer. United States Branch 

Mint, dwl with Mrs. Nelson S s Bush bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Martin Robert S. dwl N s Francisco nr Dupont 
Martin Taylor, agent, 208 Montgomery 
Martin Thomas, laborer, Alden's Saloon, Sansome 
Martin "Wheeler, groceries, SE cor Minnie aud 

and Second 
Martin "William, carpenter, dwl N s Mission bet 

Price and Harris 
Martin "William, dwl S'W cor Kearny and St. 

Mark's Place 
Martin William, (Pollock & M.) dwl 175 "Wash 
Martin "W'illiam H. molder. Pacific Foundry, dwl 

6 Ecker 
Martin William H. wood, Mission Street "Wharf, 

dwl S s Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Martineau "Walter, clerk, with James Patrick & 

Co. dwl S s Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
Martini Bartholomew, hair-dresser, 200 Wash 
Martinon (Augusie) & Ponton (L.) imps cigars, 

and China goods, 171 Sansome, dwl 53 St. 

Mark's Place 
Martins C. H. F. clerk, 96 Cahfornia 
Marvin John H. clerk, with J. Q. A. Warren, bds 

Brooks House, cor Pine and Sansome 
Marwede Carl F. ( William Bo/er & Co.) dwl S s 

Sacramento bet Mason and Powell 
Marwedel Charles F. optician and steam gauge 

manufacturer, SE cor Montgomery and Cal- 
ifornia 
Marx Isaac, stationery, 119 Washington, boards 

with Samuel Marx 
Marx Samuel, examiner, appraiser's department 

Custom House, dwl W s Stockton bet Post 

and Sutter 
Marx Simon, (Wolff & M.) dwl Stockton bet 

Broadway and "Vallejo 
MARZIOU V. & CO. importers and commission 

merchants, 42 Commercial, resides Paris 
Masceola Dominick, stone-cutter. Fort Point 
Mason Amelia, (widow) dwl N s Mills Place nr 

Dupont 
Mason Charles, carpenter, boards at What Cheer 

House 
Mason D. B. painter, 18 Commercial 
Mason George 0. carpenter, bds 89 Bush 
Mason J. A. milk-ranch, Presidio Road nr Union 
Mason John, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Mason John, proprietor Eureka Brewery, Broad- 
way nr Stockton 
Mason J. R. gas-fitter, at 176 Montgomery 
Mason Nathaniel, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Mason W. C. (Loring & M.) dwl SW cor Taylor 

and Jones 
Mason William H. carpenter, boards Terminus 

House, Mission Dolores 
MASSEY (Atki7is) & YUNG (Nicholas) under- 
takers, 161 Sacramento 



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ilassey Martin, proceriea, dwl N 3 Green bet 
Dupont and Stockton 

Mast Hcrtiiiin, proptr Russ Garden, cor Harrison 
an<l Fifth 

MASTKX {Xafhan K.) kGAymAli^S (George B.) 
wiiolesale groceries and provisiona, 75 Front, 
dwl iSouth Park nr Second 

Masten ^'iliiam C. salesman, 75 Front, bds St 
Mark's Place 

MastcTson John, butcher, dwl W s Jane bet Mis- 
sion and Jessie 

Masterson Thomas, (Kerby, Byrne & Co.) 169 
and 171 Clay 

Masterson William, painter, at 64 Sansome 

MASTICK E. B. attorney at law, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Commercial, dwl SW cor Cal- 
houn and Union 

Mastick Levi, (<S^. L. Mastick k Co.) dwl with 
S. L. Mastick, Green op Calhoun 

MASTICK {Sebra L.) &, CO. {Levi Mastick) 
lumber, pier 10 Stewart, dwl S s Green op 
Calhoun 

Matches John, dwl E s First bet Folsom and 
Bryant 

Mather Robert, cigar-stand, 132 Kearny, dwl Ns 
Stockton Place nr Dupont 

Mathews Charlotte C. (widow) dwl S s Jessie bet 
First and Second 

Mathews E. teamster, dwl E a Mason nr "Wash 

Mathews Edwin G. produce com merchant, KW 
cor Clay and Drumm, dwl S a Washington 
bet Powell and Mason 

Mathews E. L. hardware, dwl E s Montgomery 
bet Yallejo and Green 

Mathews Henry E. book-keeper, with E. G. 
Mathews 

Mathews James, butcher, 55 Washington Market, 
dwl X s Xatoma nr Fifth 

Mathews L. C. (Smith & J/".) SE cor Pine and 
Sausonie 

Mathews Patrick, coke-man, S. F. Gas Company 

Mathews Simon, fruits, 146 Kearny 

Mathews Thomas, boot-maker, E s Front near 
Pacific 

Mathewson David, mill-wright, bds with John 
McCorab 

Mathewson James, jeweler, at 155i Sacramento, 
dwl 157 Bush 

Mathewson John W. boiler-maker, dwl N s Cle- 
mentina bet Third and Fourth 

Mathewson R. C. surveyor, U. S. Surveyor-Gen, 
49 Montgomery Block, dwl N a Greenwich 
bet Stockton and Dupont 

Mathewson Thomas D. dwl 148 Montgomery 

Matthewson W. laborer, Yulcan Iron Works 

MATHEZ FREDERICK L. importer and manu- 
facturer of watches, jewelry, etc. 163 Clay, 
res New York 

MATHEZ FRITZ H. agent for Frederck L. 
Mathez, 163 Clay 

Mathias John, cook, 202 Washington 

Mathias Louis ( Widman & M.), dwl cor Filbert 
and Dupont 

Mathieu Alphonse & Co. hatters, 167 Commercial 

Mathieu C. A. accountant, with Edwards & Bai- 
ley, dwl cor Dupont and Sutter 

Mathieu Gaston, watch-maker, 203 Washington 

Mathieu Guillaume, molder, dwl 40 Green 



Mathison D. carpenter, Vulcan Iron Works 

Matre Joseph, bds New York Hotel 

Mattat Mathieu, tobacco and cigars, dwl 227 

Dupont 
Matte Henry, shoe-maker, NE cor Bush and 

Trinity 
Mattfeld Henry, grocer, SE cor Price and Folsom 
.Matthews Henry, broker, 165 Kearny, dwl E s 

Third bet Folsom and Harrison 
Matthews James, laborer, with Farmer, Chase & 

Co. dwl Valencia nr Sparks 
Matthews Mary (widow), dwl E s First bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Matthews Thomas, feed-store, dwl NE cor Sut- 
ter and Dupont 
Matthiessen C. T. Stockton messenger Freeman 

& Co.'s Express 
ifatthiessen Nicholas C. Washington Restaurant, 

67 Sacramento 
Mattingly Simeon, cattle-dealer, dwl N a Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
Mattock Charles D. compositor. Police Gazette, 

bds 12 Sansome 
Maubec Bernard, merchandise broker, dwl W a 

Third bet Market and Stevenson 
Maubec Charles, merchant, bds with Alex. E. 

Sabatie 
Maubec Henry (A. E. Sabatie & Co.), bds with 

Alex. E. Sabatie 
Maubec Leon, clerk, bds W a Third bet Market 

and Stevenson 
Mauletti John B. (James Canipi & Co.), cofiFee- 

stand. Merchant nr Sansome 
Maume Johanna (widow), groceries and liquors, 

SW cor First and Natoma 
Maume Michael, teamster, dwl with Mrs. J. 

Maume 
Maupin F. C. cooper, dwl W s Front nr Market 
Maurer John, brewer, bds 85 Kearny 
Maurice Edward (Henscliel & M.\ dwl W s Mason 

bet Union and Filbert 
Maurice Robert W. clerk, 222 Dupont, bds Mont- 
gomery House 
Maurice Thomas, carver, dwl 262 Pacific 
Maurin Joiny, artist, dwl NW cor Sacramento 

and Kearny 
Maury P. Jr. imp wines and liquors, 170 San 
Maxfield C. A. Miss, principal intermediate dept 

Market St. School 
Maxfield Ezra F. with Charles L. Place, W a 

Beale bet Market and Mission 
Maxson H. C. bds Railroad House 
Maxwell Elizabeth (widow), dwl with Michael 

Brogan, Jr. 
Maxwell Geo. capt sloop Union, Clay St. Wharf 
Maxwell John W. C. clerk. Fort Point 
Maxwell Richard T. surgeon U. S. Marine Hos- 
pital, dwl 252 Stockton 
Maxwell Samuel L. compositor, Alta California, 

dwl 1 Central Place 
Maxwell Walter, carpenter, dwl 172 Bush 
May Francis, engineer, dwl W s Montgomery nr 

Green 
May Hamilton J. (Goodchild & M\ dwl Vallejo 

' bet Mason and Taylor 
May Henry W. SE cor Mont and Commercial 
"May H. J. liquors, cor Stockton and Green, dwl 

NE cor Vallejo and Taylor 



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Maj- It. S. engineer, dwl "W s Montgomery bet 

Yallcjo and Green 
May Jacob J. dry-goods, 298 Stockton 
May Jolin, draymau, with C. K. Garrison & Co. 
May Jolin, butcher, E s Davis iir Jackson 
May John A. Jr. bag-maker, at 73 Jackson 
May JuHus, consulate of Belgium, with B. Da- 
vidson, dwl E s Third nr Market 
May Patrick, carpenter, bds N s Brannan bet 

Fifth and Simmons 
May Prosper, liquors, 184 Commercial 
May Samuel, dwl W s Montgomery bet Vallejo 

and Green 
Mayblum M. dealer cigars and tobacco, 80 Bat- 
tery, dwl 195 Pine 
Mayer {John G.) & Gies {Augustus), barbers, 79 

Kearny, dwl Kearny bet Bush and Sutter 
Mayer John P. {Gassert & Co.), dwl 35 Kearny 
Mayer Joseph, tailor, 179 California 
!ifayer Joseph {Samuel Mayer & Bra.) 85 Cal 
Mayer Leon, jeweler, 256 Dupont, dwl SW cor 

Dupont and Pacific 
Mayer Sampson, upholsterer, dwl W s Anthony 

bet Stevenson and Jessie 
MATER SAMUEL & BROTHER (Joseph il/ayer) 

imprs clothing, 85 California 
Mayerhofer Francis, physician, 96 Bush 
Mayers A. Leon {M. Brothers), dwl Hinckley bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Mayers Frederick, bds with Henry B. Piatt 
Mayers Henry, salesman, 82 Commercial, dwl 

with Robert Mayers 
Mayers Brothers {Moses and A. Leon Mayers), 
picture-frames and looking-glasses, Ss Green 
bet Dupont and Kearny 
Mayers Philip, carpenter, 18 Commercial, dwl 

junction Market, Kearny and Geary 
Mayers Robt. fancy bazaar, 82 Commercial, dwl 

S s Lombard bet Stockton and Powell 
Mayes George {Spence, Tesmore & Co.) 33 and 34 

"Washington Market 
Mayhew J. capt sloop Franklin, Clay St. "Wharf 
Maynard D. D. bds SE cor Sac and Davis 
Maynard F. T. apothecary, U .S. Marine Hospital 

Rincon Point 
Maynard J. C. inspector Custom House 
Maynard Joseph "W. asst light-house keeper, 

South Farallon Island 
Maynard Lafayette, NW cor California and Bat- 
tery, bds Union Club 
Jtiayne Charles, 147 Clay, up stairs 
Mayo F. actor, Lyceum Theater 
Mayo John H. bds Columbian Hotel, Pine near 

Kearny 
Mayrisch Adolph, {Engelbrecht & M. Bros), dwl 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Mayrisch Ernest, lager-beer saloon, SW cor Com- 
mercial and Kearny, dwl 43 Kearny 
Mayrisch Gustavo {Engelbrecht k M. Bros.) dwl 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
McAdams Patrick, brick-layer, boards with Mrs. 

Mary O'Brien 
McAllister Arthur, dwl with A. Phelps, Sans 

Souci Road, nr Mission Dolores 
McAllister Cutler, deputy clerk, U. S. Circuit 

Court, dwl 278 Clay 
McAllister Francis M. Rev. rector, Church of the 
Advent, dwl 278 Clay 



MCALLISTER HALL, attorney at law, office 

14G and 148 Clay, dwl 278 Clay 
McAllister James, baker, at 31 Sacramento, dwl 

Jane bet Mission and Minnie 
McAllister Mary (widow) dwl 18 Jessie 
McAllister M. H. judge U. S. Circuit Court, U. 
S. Court Building, dwl 278 Clay 

MCALLISTER "WILLIAM F. proprietor Pacific 
Temperance House, 35 and 37 Pacific 

McAnnally John, teamster, with Geo. 0. "Whit- 
ney & Co. 

McAndrew Thomas, molder, bds E s Ritch bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

McAneny Geo. B. with Lent, Sherwood & Co. 
103 "Washington 

McAran P. {Wm. McGarrahan & Co.) 50 Cal 

McArdle Barney, laborer. Union Foundry 

McArdle Owen, laborer, bds New Orleans House 

McArevy John, shoe-maker, dwl Union nr San 

McAsgall Alexander, stevedore, bds Columbia 
House, Stewart 

McAuliff {Florence) & Merkle {Christian) var- 
nishers, 98 Jackson, dwl corner Jones and 
Sutter 

McAuslan Thomas, agent, Russ' Spiral Amalga- 
mator, SW cor First and Minnie 

McAvoy Francis, shipwright, bds Union House 

McAvoy William, carpenter, 275 Washington 

McBarnard M. bds Benton House 

McBean Isaac, carpenter, bds with John Sinclair 

McBean James, ship-carpenter, bds with James 
Wilson 

McBride John, clerk, with George F. & Wm. H. 
Sharp, dwl 165 Montgomery 

McBurnie James, ship-carpenter, bds with Wil- 
liam Baldwin 

McCabe A. J. real estate, 16 Court Block, dwl 
Union Hotel 

McCabe Anna (widow) dwl 175 Commercial 

McCabe Eugene, laborer, dwl N s Union near 
Dupont 

McCabe James, bar-keeper, dwl S s Stevenson 
bet First and Second 

McCabe James, boiler-maker. Union Foundry 

McCabe James, attorney at law, 101 Merchant, 
bds Plaza Hotel 

McCabe James, shoe-maker, bds 18 Bush 

McCabe John, laborer, dwl E s Dupont bet Bush 
and Sutter 

McCabe John, steward, 5 Sacramento 

McCabe John H. actor, dwl E s St. Vincent nr 
Green 

McCabe John T. carpenter, bda Tennessee House 

McCabe Junius, porter, 83 Clay 

McCabe Lloyd (colored) porter, P. M. S. S. Co. 

McCabe Patrick, boarding, N s Pacific nr San- 
some 

McCabe Patrick, fruits, W s Kearny nr Jackson 

McCabe Richard, expressman, dwl Price oppo- 
site S. F. Sugar Refinery 

McCabe Thomas, carpenter, bds 182 Pacific 

McCado Felix, clerk, dwl NW cor Prospect Place 
and Clay 

McCaffery Hugh, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet 
Second and Third 

McCahan Thomas, clerk, boards with John J. 
McKinnon 

McCall James, grocer, bds 229 Clay 



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191 



McCall {James B.) & McEachern ( Thomas) gro- 
ceries and liquors, 208 Clay, dwl 98 Mont- 
gomery Block 

McCall Mary, dwl S 8 Green bet Stockton and 
Powell 

McCall ( William) & Shattuck (Joseph M.) pro- 
duce, 31 Clay, dwl N s Folsom bet Second 
and Third 

McCall William R. merchant, dwl 119 Montgom- 
ery Block 

McCallan Edward, cooper, dwl 346 Stockton 

McCallan T. C. delivery clerk, Post Office, dwl E 
8 Montgomery nr Green 

McCanunon William, harness-maker, dwl N B 
Mission bet First and Second 

McCanimon William, Jr. harness-maker, dwl 182 
Mission 

McCann Bernard, tailor, with Walter & Tomp- 
kins, dwl Brooklyn Hotel 

McCann G. bds with Patrick Egen 

McCann John, laborer, bds Mechanics' Boarding 
House, Market 

McCann Peter, butcher, cor Leavenworth and 
Washington 

McCanny Francis, laborer, dwl W s Powell bet 
Green and Union, rear 

McCarier John, book-keeper, with Silas Fuller, 
junction California and Market 

McCarl Bernard, laborer, dwl E s Third bet Mis- 
sion and Minnie 

McCarlan William, blacksmith, with Brannan & 
Dunnigan 

McCarrique Catherine, dress-maker, bds 64 Bdy 

McCarrique Patrick, porter, Oriental Hotel, dwl 
N s Jessie bet Second and Third 

McCarron Daniel, engineer. City Laundry, Bran- 
nan nr Third 

McCarthy Anne Miss, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

McCarthy D. printer, bds Union bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

McCarthy Daniel, cooper, Dow's Distillery, dwl 
Trinity bet Pine and Bush 

McCarthy DANIEL, proprietor Manhattan 
House, Front nr Broadway 

McCarthy Dennis, drayman, 79 Davis 

McCarthy E. carpenter, dwl S 8 Vallejo between 
Stockton and Powell 

McCarthy Edward, 122 Sansome, dwl 68 Mont- 
gomeey 

McCarthy Eugene, speculator, dwl 148 Bush 

McCarthy James, dwl S s Green bet Stockton 
and Powell 

McCarthy Michael, printer, dwl 208 Stockton 

McCartry Samuel, fireman, dwl N s Vallejo near 
Montgomery 

McCarty Clias. Fort Point, dwl 43 St. Mark's PI 

McCarty Cornelius, garden'r, cor Fifth and Folsom 

McCarty Cyrus, carpenter, dwl 6 Mills Place 

McCarty Daniel, fruits, dwl U Sutter 

McCarty Dennis, tailor, at SW cor Commercial 
and Sansome, dwl Chambers bet Front and 
Battery 

McCarty Ellen (widow) bakery, SW cor Bush 
and Isdel Place 

McCarty Edward, tinsmith, at 122 Sansome, bds 
68 Montgomery 

McCarty liugene, plasterer, dwl Union bet Du- 
pont and Stockton 



McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, dwl W s First bet 

Natoma and Minnie 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, dwl 46 Post 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, bds N 8 Chambers 

bet Battery and Front 
McCarty John, with Blake & Moffitt, 70 Merch 
McCarty John, baker, at Eagle Bakery, NW cor 

Jessie and Annie, dwl SW cor Third and 

Stevenson 
McCarty John, laborer, dwl S a Stevenson bet 

First and Second, rear 
McCarty John, waiter. Union Club Rooms, dwl 

NW cor Montgomery and California 
McCarty Margaret R. (widow) dwl E s Fourth 

nr Folsom 
McCarty Michael, butcher, dwl N s Clementina 

bet First and Second 
McCarty Michael, carpenter, dwl S 8 St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Kearny 
McCarty Michael, furniture-wagon, boards with 

Mrs. B. C. Gallagher 
McCarty Patrick, boot-maker, W s Davis near 

Pacific 
McCarty Redman, laborer, dwl SW cor Steven- 
son and Annie 
McCarty William, laborer, dwl E s Price bet 

Bryant and Harrison 
McCauley Joseph T. carpenter, dwl N s Sher- 
wood Place, bet Second and Jhird 
McCay John W. W. ship-broker, 70 Front, dwl 

SE cor Montgomery and California 
McCeney J. C. attorney at law, 106 Montgomery, 

up stairs 
McClaren Peter, (apprentice) carriage-maker, bds 

with Jacob Walcom 
McCleery James, dwl Harlan Place, with G. B. 

Larrabee 
McClelland D. D. delivery clerk Post-office, dwl 

E s Virginia nr Jackson 
McClelland J. A. & Co. {J. W. Thurman) pro- 
duce commission merchant, 7 Clay, dwl 

38 Post 
McClennan John, clerk, 103 Davis 
McClennen Edward D. clerk, 82 Battery, dwl 

218 California 
McClintock Samuel, porter, 39 Sacramento 
McCloskey Mary Ann (widow) dwl N s Natoma 

bet Second and Third 
McCloskey James (J. P. Sweeny & Co.^108 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 219 California 
McCloskey Mathew, spar-maker, dwl N s How- 
ard bet Second and Third 
McCloskey William J. drayman, with Sneath & 

Arnold, dwl E s Ritch between Folsom and 

Harrison 
McCloud James, furniture-wagon, dwl cor Lar- 

kin and Jackson 
McClure J. H. H. laborer, with A. W. Cudworth, 

dwl S 8 Hinkley 
McCluskey Henry, dwl Pacific nr Front 
McCluskey Michael, bar-keeper, NW cor Pacific 

and Davis 
McCluskey Patrick, drayman, dwl Kearny near 

Green 
McClusky Thomas, liquors, dwl W a Dupont bet 

Geary and O'Farrell 
McColgan Eugene, laborer, with Wass, Uznay & 

Co. dwl N s Harrison nr Third 



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McColijan M. bds Benton House 

McCol^ran Micliael, harness-maker, 67 Jackson 

McColliain Thomas W. sail-maker, 105 Front, 

dwl N s Eddy bet Taylor and Jones 
McCollough James (colored) dwl Bannara Place 
McColnier Joseph, clerk, dwl NE cor Sutter and 

Kearny 
McComb John, molder, Yulcan Iron Works, dwl 

S s Bryant bet First and Second 
IfcCon Thomas, hostler, 25G Stockton 
ilcConahey James, brick-layer, dwl Jessie bet 

First and Second 
McConlan Michael, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

bds with Owen Casey 
McConnell Hugh, surgical instrument manufac- 
turer, 191 Jackson 
McConnell John, packer, S. N. Mills, dwl Sher- 
wood Place 
McConnell John, wagon-maker, dwl N s Hunt 

bet Second and Third 
McConnell Richard, drayman, dwl N s Hunt bet 

Second and Third 
McConnell William F. carpenter, dwl N s Bush 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
McCord Sylvester, ship-carpenter, dwlWs Ritch 

bet Bryant and Brannan 
McCord Thomas, carpenter, dwl "W s Third bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
McCormack David C. boards 123 Sacramento, 

room 12 
McCormack J. bds Benton House 
McCormick Catherine Miss, dress-maker, with 

Mrs. Tomich, S s Post bet Dupont and 

Kearny 
McCORMICK CHARLES, surgeon, U. S. Army, 

office 207 Clay 
McCormick Jane, dress-maker, dwl 65 Broadway 
McCormick John, oysters, NW cor Montgomery 

and Washington, dwl Stockton bet Jackson 

and Washington 
McCormick John W. liquors, 11 Jackson 
McCormick P. special policeman 
McCormick Thomas, compositor, Daily Times 
McCottry Samuel, fireman, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
McCourtney Ephraim J. dwi 13 St. Charles 
McCowen Edward, boot-maker, 91 Pacific 
McCoy James, liquor-saloon, Davis nr Jackson 
McCoy James, painter, 157 California 
McCoy William, dwl 181 Stockton 
McCracken John (Eichards & McC.) 37 Sacra- 

ramento 
McCraith James, harness, etc. N s Pacific near 

Montgomery, dwl Hinkley nr Kearny 
McCraith John, organ-builder, Broadway nrHyde 
McCready Thomas W. marble-cutter, with John 

Kiernan. bds Bush St. Hou.se 
McCreery Andrew, dry-goods, SE cor Third and 

Minnie 
McCreith Dennis, groceries, NW cor First and 

Mission, dwl 44 First 
McCrum David, merchant, dwl with Francis 

McKenna 
McCue John, waiter. What Cheer House 
McCulloch Andrew, blacksmith, bds Montgomery 

House, Jackson 
McCulloch John, chemist, dvfl N s Brannan near 

Third 



McCullough J. L. compositor, Home Journal, dwl 

Yallcjo bet Stockton and Powell 
McCullough, Thomas, dwl Kearny nr Hinckley 
McCully John, proprietor Second St. Exchange, 

SW cor Minnie and Second 
McCully R. bds What Cheer House 
McCusker Cornelius E. clerk, dwl 79 Mont 
McDade John, clerk, bds 182 Pacific 
McDall M. blacksmith, 42 Washington 
McDaniel Charles, Clinton Oyster Saloon, East 

nr Jackson 
McDaniel David {Smith, McDaniel & Co.) dwl 

N s Yallejo nr Stockton 
McDaniel Robert, carpenter, at 148 Sansome 
McDenny David, dwl N s Vallejo nr Stockton 
McDermott Alice (widow) dwl 6 Stevenson 
McDermott Andrew, job-wagon, cor Broadway 

and Kearny 
McDermott Barney, teamster, bds 33 Webb 
McDermott C. F. {John Flanagan & Co.) dwl 99 

Front 
McDermott Charles, dwl Salmon bet Broadway 

and Pacific 
McDermott Cornelius, bar-keeper. 139 Kearny 
McDermott Ellen (widow) washing, Montgom- 
ery nr Lombard 
McDermott George, porter, dwl S s Green near 

Montgomery 
McDermott James, White's Stables, 129 Cal 
McDermott James, Fireman, dwl S s Filbert nr 

Montgomery 
McDermott John, brick-layer, bds S s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
McDermott Michael, tinsmith, 111 Washington 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
McDermott Patrick, machinist, dwl W s Baldwin 

Court bet Folsom & Howard 
McDermott Patrick, mate stm Princess, dwl N s 

Minnie bet Second and Third 
McDermott Thomas, painter, boards Mechanics' 

Boardin? House, Sansome 
McDermott Thomas, contractor, dwl S s Everett 

bet Third and Fourth 
McDermott William, waiter, Railroad House 
McDevitt (Dennis) & Morton [Samuel P.) wood 

and coal, NE cor Stockton and Pacific 

McDevitt (Dennis) &, Stewart {Edward F.) wood 

and coal, S s Mission op Donahue's Foundry 

dwl S s Geary bet Dupont and Kearny 

McDevitt James, boarding, 55 Broadway 

McDevitt John, molder, dwl NW cor Kearny 

and Pacific 
McDonald A. boiler-maker, with Coffey & Risdon 
McDonald A. D. salesman, 58 aud 60 Sacramen- 
to, dwl Minnie bet Second and Jane 
McDonald Albert R. butcher, East bet Washing- 
ton and Jackson, dwl Clay bet Powell and 
Mason 
McDonald Alex. D. salesman, with Brittan & 

Ayres, dwl S s Minnie bet Sec and Third 
McDonald Augustus, carpenter, dwl AV s Pros- 
pect Place bet Pine and California 
McDonald Bernard, butcher, bds cor Pacific and 

Leavenworth 
McDonald Bernard, laborer, dwl N s Clementina 

bet Third and Fourth 
McDonald Charles, plasterer, N s Pine bet Mason 
and Taylor 



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McDonald {C harks C.) A Co. (John Bathgnfe.) 
ovsters and clams, New World Jfarket, dwl 
Vallejo bet Hyde and Leavenworth 

McDonald CHARLES E. S. alea and liquors, 
SW cor Sjinsome and Cal, dwl 18 Minnie 

McDonald Duncan F. saloon, 265 Washington 

McDonald Felix, laborer, dwl cor Larkin and 
Pacific 

McDonald Geo. W. gas-fitter, 192 Clay, dwl 233 
Kearny 

McDonald James, cook, dwl N s Hinkley near 
Kearny 

McDonald James M. livery-stable, Pacific near 
Kearny, dwl Pacific nr Toil-Gate 

McDonald James S. brick-layer, dwl Green bet 
Hyde and Leavenworth. 

McDonald JOHN, paper-hanger, paints, oils, 
etc. 8 First 

McDonald John, dwl NW cor Powell and Pac 

McDonald John, fireman, dwl S a Folsom bet 
Tiiird and Fourth 

McDonald John (Turner &McD.) 110 Wash 

McDonald John, dwl 68 Front 

McDonald John, ship-carpenter, dwl SE cor Sac- 
ramento and Davis 

McDonald John, dwl N s Harrison bet Third and 
Fourth 

McDonald M. bds Benton House 

McDonald Mary Miss, seamstress, dwl 229 Clay 

McDonald Patrick, dwl N s Greenwich near 
Stockton 

McDonald Patrick, hostler. Union Stables, S s 
Stevenson nr First 

McDonald Patrick, laborer, S. F. Gas Co. 

McDonald Patrick, plasterer, W s Mason bet 
O'Farrell and Ellis 

McDonald Peter R. (colored) dwl 207 Wash 

McDonnell A. J. tailor, 118 Washington 

McDonnell Alex, laborer, dwl N s Clementina 
bet Third and Fourth 

McDonnell Alex. A. painter, bds at Old Oak, N 
s Mission cor Ridlej' 

McDonnell Angus, contractor, dwl St. Francis 
Hotel 

McDonnell Ilenrietta Miss, vocalist, Melodeon, 
197 Washington 

McDonnell Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Sacra- 
mento and Stockton 

McDonnell Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Clementina 
bet Third and Fourth 

McDonnell William, boatman, cor East and Clay 

McDonough Anthony, laborer, Fort Point 

McDonough James, with W. H. Patten, cor Front 
and Commercial 

McDonough John, wheelwright, Laura Place bet 
Bush and Pine, dwl Hunt nr Third 

McDonough Richard, fireman, P. M. S. S. Co. 
dwl S s Stevenson bet First and Second 

McDonough Thomas, laborer, Fort Point 

McDoole Patrick, upholsterer, with F. G. Ed- 
wards, dwl 186 Clay 

McDougal J. A. dwl New York Hotel, Battery 
nr Commercial 

McDougall E. 8-i Montgomery, dwl SW corner 
Sansome and California 

McDOUGALL (James A.) & SHARP (Sol. A.) 
attorneys at law, 101 Merchant, dwl Virgi- 
nia Block, Stockton 



McDougall James T., S s Pacific nr Montgomery, 
dwl with J. W. Sayward 

McDowell George, fireman, bds SE cor Davis 
and Oregon 

McDowell George (colored) whitewasber, dwl 
Broadwa}' nr Kearny 

McDowell Thomas D. hair-drosser, 56 Kearny 

McEachern Thos. (AlcCall & McE.) boards Plaza 
Hotel 

McElhaney R. bds What Cheer House 

McElhising John, gardener, corner Larkin and 
Yallejo 

McElroy Hugh, potatoe merchant, dwl S s Min- 
nie bet Third and Fourth 

McElroy James, street-sprinkler, dwl N s How- 
ard bet First and Second 

McElroy James, dwl N s Berry bet Dupont and 
Clara 

McElroy James R. dwl with Robert McElroy 

McElroy John, waterman, bds 8 Natoma 

McElroy Robert Rev. agent California Christian 
Advocate, 174 Clay, dwl S s Folsom bet 
First and Second 

McElroy Timothy, machinist, bds with Patrick 
McDerniott 

McElroy William, boot-maker, with Michael Ben- 
nett, dwl W s Second nr Mission 

McElroy William, miller, dwl 365 Stockton 

McELWEE J. V. & CO. {Joseph Ackerman and 
W. J. Stringer) upholsterers, 212 Washing- 
ton, dwl Prospect Place nr Clay 

McEnany Thomas, cabinet-maker, with J. G. 
Clark & Co. 

McEntee John, sexton, St. Mary's Cathedral, 
dwl E s Dupont bet Pine and California 

McEntee Joseph, printer, boards with John Mc- 
Entee 

McEvoy Dennis, plasterer, dwl with Patrick Mc- 
Kinney 

ifcEvoy Fi-ancis, shipwright, dwl 12 First 

McEvoy James, tin-roofer, dwl with Patrick Mc- 
Kinney 

McE wen (James) & Thompson (George C.) soda 
manufacturers, N s Union nr Stockton 

McEwen John, plumber, S. F. Water Works, dwl 
SE cor Montgomery and Green 

McEwen (John) & Holmes (John B.) wood and 
hay, pier 8, Stewart, dwl Market bet First 
and Second 

McEwen L. S. dwl with Mark Brumagim 

McFadden Alex, turner, with Aaron Brooks, bds 
46 Sansome 

McFadden James, 127 Montgomery 

McFadden John, contractor, dwl N s Everett bet 
Third and Fourth 

McFadden Mary (widow) dwl W s Guerrero, S 
of Mission Church 

McFarland George, manufacturing chemist, 148 
Front, dwl 12 John 

McFarland James, black-smith, at 64 Sansome 

McFarland Michael, express-wagon, dwl NW cor 
Pacific and Front 

McFarland Owen, hack-driver, dwl W s Dupont 
bet Sutter and Post 

McFarland Rosina Mrs. dress-maker, W s Dupont 
bet Sutter and Post - 

McFarland Samuel, blacksmith, dwl Brown Place 
bet Pine and Bush 



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McFarland Tliomas {C. Hudson &, Co.) 101 Bat- 
tery, bds Union Hotel 
McFafsen Alexander, dwl W s Sansome between 

Yallejo and Green 
McFassen Alexander Mrs. washing, dwl "W s 

Sansome bet Yallejo and Green 
McFee William, boiler-maker, dwl N s Tehama 

bet First and Second 
McGARRAHAN WM. & CO. (P. 3fcAran) com- 
mission merchants, 50 California 
McGarry Lewis, bar-keeper, SE cor Front and 

Commercial 
McGauley Henry, gardener, 119 Broadway 
McGawley Henry, laborer, at N s Folsom bet 

"Wood and Brown 
McGawley Mary, cook, St. Francis Church, Mis- 
sion Dolores 
McGeary John, carpenter, dwl N s O'Farrell bet 

Powell and Mason 
McGeary Patrick, laborer, dwl 20 Jessie 
McGeary Robert, laborer, dwl W s Gaines near 

Union 
McGee George, dwl Davis nr Broadway 
McGee George, dwl N s Post bet Mason and 

Taylor 
McGee J. capt sloop Gen. Marion, Pacific Street 

Wharf 
McGee James, at Michael Hart's, dwl E s Pow- 
ell bet Jackson and Pacific 
McGee John, watchman, Dow's Distillery 
McGee Nelson (colored) dwl Dupont nr Union 
McGee Patrick, messenger, with U. S. Surveyor 

General 
McGee Patrick, porter, G8 Montgomery Block 
McGee Patrick, groceries, NE cor Jackson and 

Auburn 
McGee Thomas, with Coffey & Risdon 
McGee Thomas, shoe-maker, Drumm nr Jackson, 

dwl S s Jessie bet Second and Third 
McGiffee Joseph, steward, 4 Custom House Block 
McGill Alex, molder, bds with James Stoddard 
McGILL {Jose2}h) & BROTHER, {W7n. McGill) 
sash, blind and door manufactorjr, cor Market 
and Beale, dwl S s Everett nr Third 
McGill Lott, with McGill & Brother, bds Belden's 

Block 
McGill Richard, bds 263 Sacramento 
McGill Wm. (McGill & Brother) dwl N s Tehama 

bet First and Second 
McGinn James, news-agent, 116 "Washington, 

dwl Presidio Road nr toll-gate 
McGinn James P. bds Benton House 
McGinn Patrick, hostler, with Logue & Skelly 

dwl S s Stevenson nr First 
McGicness Patrick, blacksmith, dwl S s Steven- 
son bet First and Second 
McGinnis Felix, carpenter, dwl Auburn bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
McGinnis Patrick, boots and shoes, 67 Mont 
McGinnis Terrence, brick-layer, bds 89 Bush 
McGiven P. wagon-maker, bds 119 Pine 
McGivern Patrick, carriage-maker, with H. Case- 
bolt & Co. 
McGlauflin (Lewis) & Dakin (Isaac) blacksmiths 
and wheelwrights, Davis nr California, dwl 
S 8 Broadway nr Taylor 
McGlaughlin Anne (widow) adjuster, U. S. B. 
M. dwl 19 Natoma 



McGlencey William, brick-layer, bds S s Bush bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 

McGlinchey Anthony (McG. Brothers) dwl Fol- 
som bet Harris and Simmons 

McGlinchey Brothers (Patrick, William and An- 
thony) gardeners, S s Folsom bet Harris and 
Simmons 

McGlinchey William (McG. Brothers) dwl Folsom 
bet Harris and Simmons 

McGlinn James, bds 46 Sansome 

McGlone Peter, hackman, dwl SE cor Post and 
Sutter 

McGlynn D. C. leather depot, NE cor Battery 
and Washington, res Encinal, Alameda Co. 

McGlynn Francis, clerk, Oliver & Buckley, dwl 
cor Bush and Stockton 

McGlynn John A. dwl W s Dupont bet Geary 
and O'Farrell 

McGorey Michael, hostler, with J. Stanley & Co. 
dwl 56 Minnie 

McGorty Wm. teamster, bds NE cor California 
and Powell 

McGovern Philip, Metropolitan Exchange, 177 
and 179 Montgomery, dwl Kearny nr Bdy 

McGowan Andrew J. driver, Logue & Skelly, 
dwl with Terence Biggey 

McGowan Bridget Mrs. (Kelly & Mc G.) dwl Jes- 
sie bet First and Second 

McGowan Jonathan, hostler, 65 Kearny 

McGowan John, laborer, dwl Jones nr O'Farrell 

McGowan John, hackman. Plaza, dwl Bryant 
bet Third and Fourth 

McGowan John, laborer, dwl Brown bet Bush 
and Pine 

McGowan John, miner, dwl 250 Clay 

McGowan Wm. stone-cutter, dwl SW cor First 
and Market 

McGrain John, hostler, dwl 133 Kearny 

McGrath Daniel, hatter, dwl Mason bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 

McGrath James, porter, A. Austin & Co. dwl 9 
Everett 

McGrath James J. books, stationery, etc. 14 First 

McGrath John, tailor, bds SE cor Oregon and 
Davis 

McGrath John, saddler, dwl Hinkley nr Kearny 

McGrath John G. clerk, SW cor First and Na- 
toma, bds with Mrs. J. Maume 

McGrath Patrick, cigars, NE cor Commercial and 
Kearny 

McGraw James, laborer, bds 90 Pine 

McGreavy Geo. B. millwright, dwl S s Jessie bet 
First and Second 

McGreavy John, boiler-maker, with Coffey & 
Risdon 
REGOR JOSEPH, chronometer and watch- 

McGmaker, 103 Commercial, dwl N s Clay bet 
Stockton and Powell, (see advertisement) 

McGregor Richard, furnished rooms, NW cor 
Jackson and Stockton 

McGregor Wm. laborer, dwl Com nr Drumm 

McGree Walter, brick-layer, bds 90 Pine 

McGreevy Peter, steward, dwl N s Vallejo nr 
Montgomery 

McGreevy Robert, with Coffey & Risdon, NE cor 
Bush and Market 

McGregor Geo. B. sugar-purifier, S. F. Sugar 
Refinery, bds 16 Natoma 



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McGregor James, liquor-saloon, N s Stockton nr 

Pacific 
McGrow Geo. dwl NE cor Alta nnd Montgomery 
McG ruder, (Danid, colored) <t Bunks, (John LI. 
colored) blacksmiths. N s Pacilic nr Mont- 
gomery 
McGuinn Mary, (colored) W s Morey Alley bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
McGuire llugli, laborer, dwl N s Jessie bet First 

nnd Second 
McGuire Jolin, carpenter, Fort Point 
McGuire John, waiter, bds 182 Pacific 
McGuire John, with Jas. Vantine & Co. cor Clay 

and Davis 
McGuire Michael, carpenter, bds with Mrs. B. C. 

Gallajrher 
McGuire Patrick, boarding, 92 Pacific 
McGuire Peter, fireman, steamer Eclipse, dwl 

Third nr Fourth 
McGuire Rose Mrs. dwl N s Tehama bet Third 

and Fourth 
McGuire Stephen, porter, 113 Battery, dwl Sac 

nr Stockton 
McGuire Thomas, engineer, Union Foundry 
ilcGuire Thomas, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
McGuire Thomas, laborer, dwl Vallejo nr Larkin 
McGuire Thomas, teamster, Fort Point 
McGunn John, laborer, dwl Sansome nr Yallejo 
ilcGunnegell John, bds 39 Jackson 
McHaffie John, painter, dwl W s Third bet How- 
ard and Folsom 
McHenry David, colporteur, dwl 227 Dupont, 

rear 
McHenry Edward, White's Stables, 129 Cal 
McHenry Chas. store-keeper, with Flint, Pea- 
body & Co. 
McHenry James, contractor and builder, dwl W 

s Powell bet Union and Filbert 
McHenr}' Jesse, attorney at law, 174 Mont, dwl 

S s Louisa bet Third and Fourth 
McHenry John, attorney at law, dwl Broadway 

nr Battery 
McHugh John, (Brennan & Co.) Clay nr Drumm 
McIIngh John, boot-maker, E s Second bet Mis- 
sion and Stevenson 
Mcllroy Marj' A. Miss, millinery, 139 Sacramento 
Mellvaiuc James, broker, dwl 180 Jackson 
Mclntyro Albert A. porter, with Barry & Patten 
Mclntyre James B. ship-carpenter, dwl SE cor 

Mission and Stewart 
Mclntyre Mathew, cooper, "W s Front bet Broad- 
way and Chambers, dwl 12 Clementina 
Mclntyre Patrick, laborer, bds Branch Hotel, 

Sansome 
Mclntyre Wm. carpenter, dwl Union bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Mclntyre "William, painter, bds with James R. 

Deane 
Mclntyre William, wheelwright, 147 Sansome, 

dwl W s Mason nr Union 
McKarron Michael, bar-keeper, dwl 24 Battery 
McKay Burton, architect, etc. NW cor California 

and Webb, dwl 8 Brenham Place 
McKay David, groceries and provisions, W side 
Davis nr Jackson, dwl S s Howard nr Third 
McKay George, dwl NW cor Fifth and Mission 
McKay James, laborer, dwl Sansome nr Union 
McKay Philip, laborer, at Turner Bros. 



McKean Alex. C. clerk, with James Patrick &, 

Co. dwl 195 California 
McKce Charles, engineer, dwl SW cor Ecker and 

Market 
McKee David, supt warehouse dept, C. H. dwl 

KW cor Stockton and Chestnut 
McKeo John (JMUy & McK.) Ea.«t nr Washing- 
ton, dwl N s Greenwich bet Mason and 

Taylor 
McKee John, book-keeper, with Tallant &, Wilde 

91 Battery, dwl Tehama bet First and Sec 
McKee John H. watchman, U. S. B. Mint 
McKee William R. salesman, SE cor Front and 

Sacramento 
McKelvcy J. printer, dwl 4 St. Mary 
McKendry Archibald, bds Taylor nr Turk 
McKenna' Bernard, laborer, bds Old Oak, comer 

Mission and Ridley 
McKenna (Franris) & Bonneau {T. (7.) Railroad 

Baths, etc. 48 Commercial, dwl N 8 Post nr 

Kearny 
McKenna James, hackman, dwl Webb bet Sac- 
ramento and California 
McKenna John, asst book-keeper, SW cor Sacra- ■ 

mento and Sansome, dwl cor Third and i 

Howard 
McKenna Joseph J. groceries 4 Jackson 
McKenna Michael F. hog-ranch, SE Brannan St. 

Bridge, Potrero 
McKenney Frank, porter, 378 Stockton, dwl ■ 

Powell nr Green 
McKenney Philip, driver, with Nath. Gray, dwl 

Webb nr Sacramento 
McKennon H. bds What Cheer House 
McKennon J. J. bds What Cheer House 
McKenny James, brick-layer, bds 18 Bush 
McKenzie Albert R. upholsterer, with Kennedy 

and Bell, dwl Sutter bet Dupont and Stock 
McKenzie John, tailor, dwl S s Clary bet Ritch 

and Fourth 
McKenzie John T. Stockton Packet Line, dwl E s • 

Third nr Folsom 
McKenzie Joseph, blacksmith, dwl with H. D. 

W. Adams 
McKenzie J. W. policeman, dwl Green nr Mason 
McKenzie M. blacksmith, Fulton Foundry 
McKenzie Margaret (widow) dwl W s Ritch nr • 

Harrison 
McKenzie Wm. bag-factory, 145 Sansome and. 

S s Clay nr Drumm 
McKerinan James, laborer, dwl S s Market bet 

First and Second 
McKever Patrick, bds Jackson House, Clark 
McKewen John, ship-carpenter, bds with N. G. 

Hilton 
McKewen John, engineer, bds Barkley House 
McKewen Jonathan C. bar-keeper, 140 Kearny 
McKewen (Pder) & Gallagher, (Thomas) gas- 
fitters, 172 Clay, dwl SE cor Montgomery 

and Green 
McKewen Peter Jr. with McKewen & Gallagher 

dwl SE cor Montgomery and Green 
McKibben George, plumber, at 176 Mont 
McKlBBEN THOMAS, bar-keeper. Metropoli- 
tan Hotel, cor Sansome and Bush 
McKibben Thomas, finisher, at Eureka Iron 

Works 
McKibben Wm. plumber, bds 14 Sansome 



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SAN FRANCISCO [M] DIRECTORY. 



McKIBBIN WILLIAM, proprietor Eureka Iron 
Works, X s Pine bet Montgomery and San- 
some, chvl E s Second bet Stevenson and 
Mission 

McKie William, clerk with Collins & Co. dwl 
248 Cloy 

McKiernan James, laborer, dwl S s Market bet 
Second and Tliird 

McKilvey Joseph, printer. Times, 137 Clay 

McKlnlay Archibald (Allan, Lowe & Co.) resides 
Oregon 

McKinlay (Fuiley) Garrioch (Alex.) & Co. com 
mchts, 116 Battery, dwl Geary bet Mason 
and Powell 

SicKinuey Patrick, porter, 66 Sac, dwl N s How- 
ard bet First and Second 

McKiunon John J. (Preston & McK.) dwl S s 
Post bet Montgomery and Kearny 

McKluskey Thomas, liquor-saloon, XE cor Mont- 
gomery and Washington 

McKnight Thomas, (apprentice) Fulton Foundry 

McKoe Frank, drayman, with J. W. Owens, foot 
Clay, dwl with J. W. Owens 

McKorkell William, professor of music, bds 190 
California 

McLane Albert, printer, dwl 84 Bush 

McLAXE LOUIS JR. general agent for Califor- 
nia Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, oil' NW 
cor Montgomery and California, dwl N s 
Bryant bet Second and Third 

McLaren David, architect, dwl 127 Pine 

McLarney Francis, drayman, dwl SW cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 

McLary John, baker, dwl W s Pinckney Place 
nr Kearny 

McLaughlin Anne (widow) seamstress, dwl S s 
Xatoma bet First and Second 

McLaughlin (C/iOj-tes) & Co. (Overland Mail Co.) 
proprietors San Jose, St. Louis, etc. Stage 
Line, office SE cor Washington and Kearny 

McLaughhn Daniel, laborer, NE cor Dupont and 
Market 

McLaughlin Eugene, lab, Metallurgical Works, 
cor Branuan and Harris 

McLaughlin Frank, brick-layer, bds 205 Cal 

McLaughlin Henry, Wade's Stables, dwl 126 Bdy 

McLaughlin J. & Co. (Frank Riley) butter, lard, 
etc. 6 and 8 New World Market, dwl O'Far- 
rell bet Powell and Mason 

McLaughlin James, Wade's Stables, dwl 126 
Broadway 

McLaughlin James, laborer, dwl S s O'Farrell bet 
Powell and Mason 

McLaughlin James, waterman, dwl S s O'Farrell 
bet Powell and Mason 

McLaughlin James W. painter, 147 Sansome, 
dwl N s Broadway nr Stockton 

McLaughlin John, laborer, dwl with Geo Mo- 
Loughlin 

McLaughlin John, laborer, NE cor Dupont and 
Market 

McLaughlin John A. laborer, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 
William bet Post and Kearny 

McLaughlin Lewis, blacksmith, Davis bet Cal 
and Sacramento, dwl E s Taylor bet Union 
and Green 

McLaughlin Margaret Mrs. washing, dwl San- 
some nr Union 



McLaughlin, Michael, cabman, dwl W s Third 

bet Harrison and Bryant 
McLaughlin Michael, dresser, Vulcan Iron Works 
McLaughlin Samuel, ship-joiner, dwl with John 

Demetrius 
McLaughlin Sarah Miss, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
McLaughlin William, hackman, Wade's Stables, 

dwl 126 Broadway 
McLaughlin William, steward. Brook's House 

cor Pine and Sansome 
McLEA DONALD, liquors, NW cor Webb and 

California, res Santa Clara 
McLean Andrew, clerk, with Peck, Rodgers & 

Co. dwl E s Second nr Folsom 
McLean Andrew, liquors, 10 East 
McLean Edward, broker, bds 258 Stockton 
McLEAN (Edward) & FOWLER (John) and 0. 

T. HOPKINS, insurance agents, NE cor 

Clay and Battery, dwl N s Pine nr Stock 
McLean John, carpenter, dwl W s Annie bet 

Market and Jessie 
McLean Peter, blacksmith, S s Sacramento bet 

Taylor and Jones 
McLellan Daniel D. dwl E s Virginia nr Jackson 
McLeod H. J. drayman, with Crowell & Crane, 

dwl Valparaiso bet Taylor and Mason 
McLeod Isaac, printer, at 130 Montgomery, dwl 

NE cor Pine and Kearny 
McLeod Thomas M. 135 and 137 Clay 
McLoud James, dwl Valparaiso bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 
McLoud Joseph, dwl Valparaiso bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 
MoLoughlin George, liquors, cor Drumm and 

Jackson, dwl S s Chambers bet Front and 

Battery 
McLoughlin Neal, waiter, dwl Bailey's Alley nr 

Bush 
McLoughlin William, liquors, 14 Battery 
McMahon Charles, butcher, bds cor Pacific and 

Leavenworth 
McMAHON FREDERICK P. & CO. proptrs 

Fairhaven Oil Works, office 68 Front, bds 

cor Tehama and First 
McMahon H. H. dwl S s Pacific bet Stockton 

and Powell 
McMahon James, drayman, dwl Salmon bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
McMahon Jas. laborer, dwl with Martin Kelley 
McMahon James, wood, Taylor Street Wharf 
McMahon James, waiter. What Cheer House 
McMahon John, paper-hanger, dwl 70 Sutter 
McMahon M. bds Benton House 
McMahon M. C. wood-dealer, dwl Greenwich bet 

Mason and Taylor 
McMahon P. tailor, S s Pacific bet Stockton and 

Powell 
McMahon Richard F. tailor, 164 Commercial 
McManemay James, driver, with Massey & Tung 
Mclilann John, dwl S s Sutter bet Stockton and 

Powell 
McManus Bernard B. laborer, 133 Kearny, dwl 

O'Farrell nr Dupont 
McManus John, boiler-maker, bds Barkley House 
McManus John, boiler-maker, bds New Orleans 

House 
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McManus Terence B. real-estate apent, 9-t Merch 
MiMeeclian James, salesman, G2 Battery 
McMenamy E. T. contractor, dwl N 8 Clay bet 

Taylor and Jones 
McMillan Charles, calker, 82 Jackson 
McMillan D. asst light-bouso keeper, South 

Farallon Island 
McMillan Daniel, grocer, 4 East, dwl N s Town- 
send bet Third and Fourth 
McMillan Donald, driver, with Turner Brothers, 

dwl N s Bush bet Powell and Stockton 
McMillan G. wheelwright, dwl with Ira J. Beagle 
McMillan ^largaret Mrs. dwl NE cor Lick Alley 

and Ecker 
McMillan Robert, physician, 202 "Washington 
McMinaney "William, laborer, with A. H. Hous- 
ton, dwl S s Stevenson bet Third and Fourth 
McMinn James B. deputy county clerk, dwl S s 

Mission bet Fourth and Fifth 
McMinn Samuel, dwl S s Mission bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
McMinn "U'illiam H. dwl S s Mission bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
McMinna John, calker, bds Barkley House 
McMullen Hugh, drayman, dwl S s Stevenson 

bet First and Second 
McMullen John, pattern-maker, Albany Foundry, 

bds 20 Sansome 
McMulIin George 0. (Verplanck & McM.) SE cor 

Front and Sacramento 
McNabb James, dwl Taylor bet Green and Union 
McXabb John, dwl Taylor bet Green and Union 
McNally H. agricultural implements and seeds, 

37 Clay, dwl 256^ Stockton 
McNally James, 37 Clay, dwl with H. McNally 
McNally John, laborer, dwl S s Louisa nr Fourth 
McNally Mary Mrs. dwl N s Yallejo nr Dupont 
McNally Michael, miner, dwl NE cor Sutter and 

Clara 
McNally Peter, pilot, dwl N s Sutter bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
McNamara James, liquors, S s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
McNamara James, 79 Front, dwl Howard bet 

Third and Fourth 
McNAMARA JAMES C. Bush St. House, 18 

Bush 
McNamara Michael, liquors, 139 Kearny 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson 

bet Second and Third 
McNamara Peter, machinist, Union Foundry, 

bds New Orleans House 
McNamara "William, dwl with J. Hayes, Bush 
McNamaran Nicholas, dwelling S s Howard bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
McNamee J. L. bds Railroad House 
McNamee P. J. liquor-saloon, SE cor Battery 

and Jackson 
McNary Alexander, engineer, dwl N s Jessie bet 

First and Second 
McNary Samuel, miner, dwl 11 G Dupont 
McNaughton, Thomas, carpenter, bds Barkley 

House 
McNear C. E. ship-broker, 70 Front 
McNeil Daniel, commission merchant, dwl S s 

Harrison bet Beale and Main 
McNeil Donald, ship-carpenter, bds "W s Third 

bet Brannan and Townsend 



McNeill H. Mrs. asst teacher primary depart- 
ment, Ilyde Street School 

McNiel A. B. oflice 47 Front, up stairs 

McNolaud Patrick, laborer, bds St. Charles Hotel, 
First 

McNorton Thomas, carpenter, dwl cor Bush and 
Sansome 

McNulty Charles A. examiner, appraiser's de- 
partment, C. H. dwl N"W cor Stockton and 
Pacific 

McNULTY J. M. physician and coroner, office 
City Hall, dwl 186 "V\''ashington 

McNulty John,dwl S s Clay bet Powell and Mason 

McParlan Bernard, artist, dwl Dupont nr Filberf 

McParlan Charles, clerk, dwl Dupont nr Filbert 

McPeake Charles, liquor-saloon, 107 Kearny, 
dwl "^'ebb 

McPeake John, with G. S. Mann, dwl 68 Market^ 

McPete James, laborer, dwl Broadway nr Van 
Ness Avenue 

McPharlan John (Skelky & JIcF.}, bds Bush St. 
House 

McPhee "William, boiler-maker, with Coffey & 
Risdou, dwl Tehama bet First and Second 

McPherson Alexander, jewelry, E s Davis near 
Jackson 

McPherson Cameron, dwl S a Mission bet Second 
and Third 

McPherson J. B. lieutenant, U. S. A. Alcatraz 
Island, office 36 and 37 Montgomery Block 

McPherson John, laborer, bds Guerrero bet Cen- 
ter and Sparks 

McPherson Samuel G. printer, dwl S s Sacra- 
mento bet Mason and Taylor 

McQuade James, painter, dwl N s Minnie bet 
Second and Third 

McQuade John, clerk. Hall of Records, dwl 10 
Merchant 

McQuade Michael, laborer, Union Foundry, bda 
8 Natoma 

McQuade Patrick, waiter, "What Cheer House 

McQueen Matthew, carpenter, dwl N s Market 
bet Kearny and Montgomery 

McQueen Robert, ship-carpenter, dwl N s O'Far- 
rell bet Powell and Mason 

McQuillan James, boiler-maker, dwl E s Ecker 
bet Market and Stevenson 

McQuillan James B. compositor, Alta California, 
dwl 1 Central Place 

McQuillan Joseph, stevedore, dwl E s Hodge's 
Place 

McQuillan Mary M. (widow), nurse, dwl S s Ste- 
venson bet Second and Third 

McRae Donald, laborer, Alden's Dining Saloon, 
Sansome 

McRoberts Alexander, express-wagon, dwl S s 
Harrison near Main 

McRUER (R C.) & MERRILL {John C.) auc- 
tioneers and commission merchants, 47 and 
49 California, dwl Laurel Place nr First 

McRuer "Wm. H. civil-engineer, dwl with D. C. 
McRuer 

McShane Andrew (Marks & MS.), dwl 202 "Wash 

McShane P. & Co. wholesale groceries and pro- 
visions, 83 Clay, dwl NE cor Montgomery 
and Bush 

McShea "U'illiam, teamster, dwl AV s Beale bet 
Folsom and Harrison 



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McSlierry II. teamster, dwl Presidio Road 
McSvveeney Morgan, clerli, SE cor Miouie and 

Jane 
McSwcgan James, foreman blacksmiths. Union 

Foundry 
McTamncy Patrick, tailor, dwl 127 Kearny 
McVca James, cabinet-maker, 223 Stockton 
McYerry Thomas, compositor, Alta California 
McYey Dennis, plasterer, dwl 19 Howard 
McWilliams John, blacksmith, dwl S s Howard 

bet First and Second 
Mead Benjamin F. hatter, with Fisher & Co. dwl 

50 Minnie 
MEAD CHARLES H. saddlery, SE cor Jackson 

and Front 
Mead Daniel, drayman, bds 6 St. Mark's Place 
Mead Frank, Northern Coast Messenger, Free- 
man & Co.'s Express 
Mead John, dwl SE cor Bush and Mary Lane 
Mead John R. imp clothing, 6 Custom House Bl 
Mead Ralph P. purser stmp Panama, dwl S s 

Harrison bet First and Second 
Mead William, hatter, dwl E s Mason bet Green 

and Yallejo 
Mead William C. harness and saddlery, E s San- 
some bet California and Pine 
Mead William H. salesman, with Fisher & Co. 

dwl Mason nr Vallejo 
Mead W. L. drayman, 40 Clay 
Meader Alexander J. stevedore, dwl W s Scott 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Meader Thomas, washing, W s Card's Alley 
Meagher Philip, salesman, 72 Battery, dwl SW 

cor Montgomery and Commercial 
Meal James, dwl N s Broadway nr Stockton 
Means Patrick, plumber, bds with Patrick Eagan 
Mears James, dwl N s Jackson bet Stockton and 

Powell 
MEBIUS {Frederick), DUISENBERG {Chas. A. 

C.) & CO. imps and commission merchants, 

70 California, dwl cor Bryant and Harris 
Mebius L. book-keeper, 68 Clay, dwl cor Harris 

and Bryant 
Mecartney A. produce commission merchant, 46 

Clay, dwl 103 Washington 
Medan John H. cigars, cor Pacific and Dupont 
Medbery Edwin R. dwl 204 Stockton 
Medbery Flora L. lodgings, 204 Stockton 
Medeon George, cigars, Pacific nr Drumm, dwl 

cor Jackson and Drumm 
Medin Alexander, fruit-stand, SE cor Kearny and 

Pine, dwl SW cor California and Kearny 
Medin Mark, coffee-stand, SW cor Market and 

Stewart, dwl NW cor Kearny and California 
Medina F. musician, Lyceum Theater 
Meek William (Dupuy, Foulkes & Co.) dwl cor 

Dupont and Washington 
Meeks John, salesman, with Isaac S. Josephi, 

dwl 309 Stockton 
Meehan John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

with Miles Merron 
Meehan P. clerk, with B. Killilea, East nr Wash- 
ington 
Meehan Thomas, laborer, bds 5 Sacramento 
Meehan William, grate and fender-maker, dwl 

with Elijah Mott 
MEEHAN ( William) & CO. ( Wm. Corhusier), 

Shades Saloon, NE cor Com and Kearny 



MEEKER S. II. & CO. imps wines and liquors, 

69 Front, bds Oriental Hotel 
Meeklik William, laborer, dwl 164 Commercial 
Meese Herman, carpentei-, dwl N s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Meeteer Marshal L. builder, 183 Montgomery, 

dwl SW cor Powell and Geary 
Megan Lawrence, harness-maker, at 82 Battery 
Megary M. bds Benton House 
Meghan John, boiler-maker, Union Foundry 
Meghan R. B. bds Benton House 
Meghan Thomas, boiler-maker, Union Foundry 
Mehan Charles, bds What Cheer House 
Mehan John, dwl East Midway nr Francisco 
Meher Margaret (widow) dwl S s Green between 

Stockton and Powell 
Mehrtens Henry, clerk, with Geo. Schedel, NE 

cor Jessie and Ecker 
Mehrtens Martin {Liehenberg & M.) dwl corner 

Chambers and Front 
Meichels H. merchant, 74 California, dwl N s 

Bush bet Mason and Taylor 
Meierhoff Robert, lock-smith, dwl W s Clara bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Meige Fran9ois, plasterer, dwl S s Geary bet 

Powell and Mason 
MEIGS GKORGE A. lumber, pier 1 Stewart, 

resides Port Madison, W. T. 
Meiklehaugh Daniel, porter, 82 Front, dwl Pacific 

near Larkin 
Meinberg Joseph, boots and shoes, 187 Wash- 
ington, dwl SW cor Post and Powell 
Meiners Rudolph, boots and shoes, NE corner 

Sansome and Sutter 
Meiss Henry, dry-goods, E s Dupont nr Bdy 
Mejasson L. cashier, with Abel Guy 
Mejer George J. dwl Alta 
Mel Henry, clerk, with James De Fremery, bds 

Ellis bet Stockton and Powell 
MEL JOHN, imptr and commission merchant, 

and treasurer Hibernia Loan Association, 

NE cor Jackson and Montgomery, dwl S s 

Ellis bet Powell and Stockton 
Mel Louis, clerk, with Dickson, De Wolf & Co. 
Meley Jane (widow) dwl S s Union bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
MELICK CHICHESTER, proptr Isthmus House, 

36 First 
MELIN (Charles) & CO. (Henry Blanlcen) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NE corner Folsom and 

Second, dwl NE cor Mission and Jane 
Melin Charles, groceries and liquors, NE corner 

Mission and Jane 
Melle Jacob, wood-turner, with Davis & Haller, 

dwl Lafayette Restaurant 
Melleu Henry B. clerk, with Eandell & Co. dwl 

with Dr. J. P. Whitney 
Mellen Wm. salesman, 83 Clay, bds cor Folsom 

and First 
Mellen William, bds with Turner Cowing, NE 

cor Third and Brannan 
Mellen Wm. P. Jr. (Rogers k M.) dwl cor First 

and Folsom 
Melletz George D. groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Natoma and Second 
Mellon John, vegetables, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Third and Fourth 
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Moloon Horace II. watcliman, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

with Mrs. Harnh Meloon 
Meloon Jolin B. Sub-Indian Agent, dwl with 

Mrs. Sarali ifeloon 
Meloon Sarah (widow) dwl W s Third bet Town- 
send and Brannan 
Meloney Dennis, hiborer, dwl S s Tuhama bet 

First and Second 
Meloney E. bds Philadelphia House 
Meloney Michael G. waiter, Oriental Hotel, dwl 

N s Natonia bet Second and Third 
Meloney William, laborer, dwl N s Stevenson 

bet First and Second 
Melville John {Fox & M.) dwl Mason bet Pine 

and Biisii 
Melville Michael, laborer, dwl "W a Mason bet 

Union and Green 
Melville Thomas, waiter, "What Cheer House 
Melvin James, express-wagon, bds 233 Kearny 
Melvin John, seaman, dwl N 8 Mission between 

Second and Third 
Menant Felice Mile, vocalist, Melodeon, 197 

Washington 
Menant L. agent Pacific Asphaltum Co. dwl cor 

Dupont and St. Mark's Place 
Mendel Gotleib, drayman, dwl N s St. Mark's 

Place bet Dupont and Kearny 
Mendels Emanuel S. merchant, dwl S s Berry 

bet Dupont and Clara 
Mendes David, Miner's Snug Saloon, 92 Com- 
mercial, dwl N s Jessie between First and 

Second 
Mendheim Herman, imptr German books, 175 

Clay 
Mendheim M. (Landsberger & Co.) dwl E s Powell 

bet Vallcjo and Green 
Mendleson Elkin, clothing, Pacific nr Front 
Mendon G. A. (D. S. Lord & Co.) 90 Clay, dwl 

215 Stockton 
Mene (Prosper) & Co. flour, NE cor Market and 

Kearny, dwl NE cor Dupont and Pacific 
MENGEL JOHN, proptr St. Louis Market, NE 

cor Stockton and Sutter 
Mengelkamp B. tailor, dwl cor Pine and Battery 
Menger Adam, butcher, cor Sansome and Market 
Menges Francis, butcher, 43 Montgomery 
Menne Clemens, tailor, at 147 Washington 
Mentel Augustus, drayman, with Lewis & Sons 
Menu Armand, with J. H. Menu, 147 Clay, dwl 

Monroe bet Pine and Bush 
Menu Jacob H. wines, etc. 147 Clay, dwl W s 

Monroe bet Pine and Bush 
Menzes Jose Maria, dwl W s Sonoma Place nr 

Green 
Mercado F. book-keeper, 188 Montgomery, dwl 

171 Sansome 
Mercer Charles H. confectionery, 136 Kearny, 

dwl E s Second nr Minnie 
Mercer Mary Miss, dwl S s John bet Powell and 

Ma.son 
Mercer Mary A. Mrs. confectionery, S s Second 

bet Natoma and Minnie 
Mercer Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Harrison bet 

Third and Fourth 
Merchant Frederick G. real-estate, dwl SE cor 

California and Dupont 
Merchant Jane Mrs. dwl N s Filbert near Stock- 
ton 



Merchant Thomas, butcher, SE cor Dupont and 

Union 
Mercier Chas. H. ( Cassey & M. colored) dwl Mont- 
gomery bet Union and Green 
Mercier John (colored) barber, Union Hotel, dwl 

W s St. Vincent bet Green and Union 
J^fercil.sen Mitchel, laundry, dwl Stock nr Union 
Merdel Peter ( CmcA; A J/.) dwl NE cor Mission 

and Stewart 
Meredith J. gas-filter, S. F. Ga.s Co. 
Meritt P. Gordon, real-estate, bds 190 California 
Merithew J. C. merchant, dwl E s Mason bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Merithew Richard S. seaman, dwl S s Jackson 

bet Powell and Stockton 
Merkle Christian {McAuliff k M.) dwl 18 Harlan 

Place 
Merkle John, blacksmith, at 39 Sansome 
Merle Peter, boots and shoes, 269 Dupont 
Mermond Loui.s, nurse, French Hospital 
Merriam Andrew J. carrier Alia and Bulletin, 

dwl 110 Sacramento 
Merriam Galen, seaman, dwl W s Stewart near 

Market 
Merriam Wm. P. clerk. Hall of Records, dwl 

A^irginia Block 
Merrick {George II.) & Brown ( W. II.) produce, 

New World Market, dwl 59 Natoma 
Merrifield Azro D. dwl 64 Broadway 
Merrifield Harriet Mrs. boarding, 64 Broadway 
MERRILL, (Annis) CLEMENT {Roswell P.) & 

WHITE {Martin) attys at law, 177 Wash- 
ington, dwl N s Pacific nr Mason 
Merrill Benjamin C. at Union Soda Works, dwl 

Union Place 
Merrill Benjamin F. dwl E s Union Place nr 

Union 
Merrill David, purser, dwl 23 Central Place 
Merrill Isaac M. ( Wm. F. Lyon & Go.) dwl Kearny 

bet Green and Union 
Merrill James, produce-broker, bds 11 Geary 
Merrill James, mason, bds 243 Sacramento 
Merrill James F. ship-joiner, bds Isthmus House 
Merrill John, C. {McRuer & M.) bds with A. T. 

Harris, W s Stanly Place 
Merrill Parker, waterman, William bet Jones and 

Taylor 
Merrill R. A. {Jessup & 31.) bds 6 Merchant 
Merrill Robert, friiits, seeds and trees, SW cor 

Sansome and Washington 
Merrill S. S. druggist, W s Davis nr Pacific 
MERRILL WILLIAM, hay and grain. Market 

op Sansome, bds 28 Battery 
Merriman Richard, contractor, dwl E s Second 

bet Natoma and Minnie 
Merritt Ambrose, carpenter, 155 Sacramento, 

dwl W s Second bet Folsom and Howard 
Merritt Henry, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

&Co. 
Merritt M. D. sawyer, with Hobbs, Gilmore & Co. 
Merry Thomas B. associate editor, Spirit of the 

Times and Fireman's Journal 
Merryman J. H. 2a lieut. Wm. L. Marcy, C. H, 
Mersich D. & Co. {M. Gasavodi) fruits, 117 Wash 
Mortens August, clerk, dwl NW cor Bush and 

Montgomery 
Mertz Frederick, baker, bds New York Hotel 
Mervy D. wood and coal, 351 Stockton 



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Merz Adam, proprietor Wilhelm Tell Saloon, 

NW cor Kearny and California 
Meshaw John J. boot-maker, 184 Clay 
Mess Henry, butcher, 1 New World Jfarket 
Messenger Joseph, {G. Lamb & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Stockton and Broadway 
Messenger S. dwl SE cor Stockton and Bdy 
Mestayer Augustus, clerk, dwl 101 Merchant 
Metcaif John W. sash and door manufactory, S 

W cor Fremont and Mission 
ifetcalf Peter, dwl N s Oak bet Mason and Taylor 
METCALF SAMUEL A. proprietor Mechanics 

Mills, SW cor Fremont and Mission, dwl N 

E cor Stevenson and Ecker 
Metra Frank, hay and grain, 26 Clay, dwl SW 

cor DupoDt and St. Mark Place 
Metz John M. carpenter, dwl W s Russ Alley nr 

Sutter 
Metz Peter, laborer, Fulton Foundry, E s First 
Metz (Theodore) & Co. (Benjamin J. Simon) gro- 
ceries and liquors, SE cor Post and Dupont 
Metzger Joseph, piano-maker, dwl NE cor Pow- 
ell and Pacific 
Metzger Valentine, at Oriental Market, East nr 

Clay 
Metzger Wm. capt What Cheer, Pier 4 Stewart 
Metzner Francis, baker, dwl W s Rassette Place 

No. 1 nr Sutter 
MEULI (Jacob A.) SCHULTHESS (John F. S.) 

& CO. (Jacob Smith and Rudoliyh Trub) ver- 
micelli and maccaroni manfs, 174 Mission 
Meunier AppoHne, Madame, pianist, dwl rear 

198 California 
Meuser Henry, cigars and tobacco, cor East and 

Washington 
MEUSSDORFFER JOHN C. manufacturer hats 

and caps, 163 Commercial 
Meyer Adam, proprietor Cincinnati Brewery, E 

s Third bet Howard and Minnie 
Meyer Andrew, clerk, 142 Kearny 
Meyer Blass, dry-goods, N s Mission bet Second 

and Third 
MEYER B. WILLIAM, Pacific Exchange, "W s 

Stewart nr Market 
Meyer Caufl'mau H. book-keeper, NW^or Sac 

and Battery 
Meyer Ciiarles, dwl N s Jessie bet First and 

Second 
Meyer Charles, (LuUn & M) dwl NW cor Du- 
pont and Green 
Meyer David, superintendent, German Hospital, 

S s Brannan bet Third and Fourth 
Meyer Diedrich, clerk, NW cor Front and Pacific 
Meyer Frederick, liquor, SW cor Pacific and 

Davis 
Meyer (Frederick) & Kelling, (Henry) grocers, 

cor Clark and Davis 
Meyer G. & Co. bag-factory, 80 Davis, dwl N a 

Mission bet First and Second 
Meyer Geo. laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

N s Folsom nr Price 
Meyer Henry & Co. groceries, cor Battery and 

Jackson 
Meyer Henry, dwl 42 Kearny 
Meyer Hermann, laborer, at Wass, Uznay & Co.'s 

dwl N s Harrison nr Third 
MEYER H. H. proprietor Franklin Hotel, cor 

Sansome and Pacific 



Meyer (Isaac A.) &. Wiener, (Harris) hair-dres- 
sing saloon, SW cor First and Jessie, dwl 

26 First 
Meyer James, tin-smith, dwl LS3 Bush 
Meyer John, blacksmith, dwl E s Mason bet Ellis 

and Eddy 
Meyer John, ship-carpenter, dwl S s Market nr 

Stewart 
Meyer John C. merchant-tailor, 185 Washington 
Meyer (John E.) &Scheurer, (August) lager beer, 

NE cor Bush and Kearny 
Meyer John L. blacksmith, 4 Kearny, dwl St. 

Ann's Valley 
Meyer Kasper, tailor, 12 Bush 
Meyer L. C. bds with John P. Zane 
Meyer Leopold, agent, Havana Co. 47 Com 
Meyer Leopold C. book-keeper, 86 California, 

dwl E s Kearny bet Pine and Bush 
Meyer Lewis, grocer, NW corner Powell and 

Post 
Meyer Lewis, 221 California 
Meyer Louis, (W. Backer & Co.) dwl SW cor 

Stevenson and Ecker 
Meyer Louis, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Harrison and Fremont 
Meyer Marcus, clerk, 63 and 65 Sacramento 
Meyer Moritz, dwl 228 Stockton 
Meyer Moses, bds St. Nicholas 
Meyer Peter, bar-keeper, Ocean Pearl Saloon, 

cor Washington and East 
Meyer Peter, groceries and liquors, NW cor Se- 
cond and Natoma 
Meyer Raymond, purser stmp Columbia, dwl S s 

Laurel Place bet First and Essex 
Meyer T. Lemmen, commission merchant, 197 

and 199 Sansome, dwl 36 Post 
Meyer William, baker, dwl 872 Stockton 
Meyer William, Commercial Exchange, dwl 319 

Stockton 
Meyer William, with Peck, Rogers & Co. dwl 319 

Stockton 
MEYER WILLIAM & CO. (Louis Wormser) 

clothing, 170 Clay, dwl Vallejo nr Powell 
Meyer William W. cigars, 118 Washington, dwl 

cor Clay and Davis 
Meyerbeck Solomon, toys, 58 Kearny 
Meyerfeld Moses, (Falkenstein & Co.) dwl 17 

Minnie 
Meyers A. L. dwl Hinkley nr Dupont 
Meyers Charles, tailor, dwl 109 Bush 
Meyers David & Co. (Joseph Wilson) clothing, 77 

Commercial 
Meyers George, workman, Pacific Oil Works, cor 

Chestnut and Taylor 
MEYERS HENRY, groceries, SW cor Pine and 

Sansome 
Meyers Henry, pawn-broker, Kearny bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson, dwl E s Prospect Place 

bet Sacramento and California 
Meyers John, workman. Pacific Oil Works, cor 

Chestnut and Taylor 
Meyers Moses, dwl W s Third bet Minnie and 

Everett 
Meyerstein Brothers (Henry and Louis Meyer- 
stein) clothing, 77 Kearny 
Meyerstein Louis (Meyerstein Brothers) dwl 77 

Kearny 
Mezes S. M. merchant, 126 California 



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Mczzara Peter, cnnieo-cutter, 135 Montgomery, 
(hvl Cliatham Place 

Mialon Jules, tailor, with D. Bigarel, dwl Broad- 
wa}' nr Diipont 

Mibielle John, principal French College, NE cor 
Jackson and Mason 

Mich Nicholas, milkman, 274 Dupont 

Michael James, merchant, 59 Front, dwl SW cor 
Harlan Place and Dupont 

Michaelas Christopher {Earning & M.) NW cor 
Stockton and Vallejo 

Michaclis Bernard, tailor, 352 Stockton 

Micheaud Ferdinand, liquors, N a Paciflc bot Du- 
pont and Kearny 

Michel Aaron, clothing, 150 "Washington, dwl 
148 Washington 

Michel {^Aaron) & Marks {Herrmann) pawn-bro- 
kers, 148 "Washington 

Michel Caspar, tailor, W s Second bet Mission 
and Howard 

Michel Herman, trader, dwl S 8 Pacific nr Stock 

Michel John, laborer, with Andrew Thompson 

Michel Joseph, clerk, dwl 226 Stockton 

Michel Michel, job-wagon, dwl S s Pacific near 
Stockton 

Michel ^lorris, fruit-peddler, dwl with Casper 
Michel 

Michel Sophie Madame, dress-maker, 226 Stock 

Micliels Francis J. jewelry, 116 Kearny 

Michels Herman, 70 California, dwl Bush bet 
Iklason and Taylor 

Michelson Jacob, capt J. E. Murdoch, "Washing- 
ton Street "Wharf 

Michelson M. capt sloop Hattie Porter, "Wash- 
ington Street "Vi'harf 

Mickle Jldward, book-keeper, with Alsop & Co. 
dwl SWcor California and Powell 

MICKLE ETTING, City and County Auditor, 
office City Hall, dwl SW corner Powell and 
California 

Mickenson Benjamin, capt schr Clara, "Washing- 
ton Street Wharf 

Middlehoft' Garralt, proptr "Washington Bakery, 
SE cor Dupont and St. Mark's Place 

Middleton Frank, with C. K. Garrison, dwl S s 
Union nr Montgomery 

MIDDLETON JOHN, real estate auctioneer, 
SW corner Montgomery and California, dwl 
257 Stockton ^ 

Middleton Samuel P. book-keeper, with John 
Middleton, dwl 257 Stockton 

Miesegaes 0. H. ( Wadsvsorth & M.) dwl 280 
Mason 

Mighell William, porter, with James Patrick & 
Co. dwl S s Bush nr Powell 

Mighels Frederick, beer-wagon, dwl 130 Bush 

Mikkelsen Erasmus, clerk, dwl 18 First 

Milatovich Antoine, mcht tailor, 159 Sacramento 

Milatovich V. 353 Stockton 

Milbury Samuel, drayman, dwl S s Union bet 
ilason and Taylor 

Miles Harriet A. Miss, private School, S"W cor 
Washington and "Wavcrley Place 

Miles Henry (colored) wood and coal, dwl Union 
Place 

Miles James, asst engineer stm Antelope 

Miles "U'illiam F. porter, 58 and 60 Sacramento, 
• bds Bush Street House 

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Milius Henry, hog-ranch, NW cor Johnston and 

Folsom 
Mill William, dyer, with R. Christian, junction 

Market and Eddy 
Millan Jolin, carpenter, dwl 57 Afontgomery 
Millberg, Gustave, washing, dwl E s Stockton 

nr Francisco 
Millbouren Albert, hatter, Kearny, dwl 99 Pine 
Miibouren Louisa Mrs. lodging, 99 Pino 
Milleman Frederick, proprietor Yolks Garden, 

NW cor Folsom and Second 
Millen Arthur, drayman, cor East and Commer- 
cial, dwl N 8 Commercial nr East 
Millenovich Peter, coflee-staud, cor Pacific and 

Drumm 
Miller Abram D. waterman, dwl E s Powell bet 

Pine and Bush 
Miller Albert {Janson, Bond & Co.) dwl N s Sac- 
ramento above Taylor 
Miller Alexander, carpenter, dwl SE cor Howard 

and Fifth 
Miller Bernard, porter, Franklin Hotel 
Miller Carleton "W. clerk, 35 Clay 
Miller Caspar, gardener, N s Mission bet Johns- 
ton and Price 
Miller Catharine Miss, with Peter Job, 211 

"Washington 
Miller Charles, compositor. Police Gazette, dwl 

"Washington bet Stockton and Powell 
Miller Charles, merchant, dwl 255 Kearny 
Miller Charles, baker, bds 63 Montgomery 
Miller Charles B. (colored) steward, dwl S s Sut- 
ter bet Stockton and Powell 
Miller E. S. 91 Front 

Miller Frederick, confectioner, dwl 251 "Washing- 
ton 
Miller Frost H. miller, American Flour Mills, dwl 

95 Pine 
Miller George, drayman, with Turner Brothers, 

Front near Jackson 
Miller George, laborer, bds with "Wm. V. Miller 
Miller George, cook, with Schroth & Carl, 66 

Kearny 
Miller George H. F. (colored) barber, Market 

opposite Kearny 
lifiller George "W. clerk, with F. J. Thibault, bds 

N s Folsom bet Fifth and Simmons 
Miller Gustave, porter, Franklin Hotel 
Miller Hamilton, carpenter, bds Half-way House, 

N s Folsom 
Miller Hans, boarding, N s Jackson bet Davis 

and Drumm 
Miller Henry, boot-maker, dwl with Patrick 

Duane 
Miller Henry, boot-maker, at 88 Battery 
Miller Henry, butcher, dwl N s Howard nr Fifth 
iiiller Henry, cigar-maker, dwl 61 Montgomery 
Miller Henry, clerk, NW cor Dupont and Geary 
Miller Henry, collector, with Bradshaw & Co. 

dwl cor Sacramento and Larkin 
Miller Henry G. boot-maker, dwl 6 Minnie 
Miller I. dwl S"W cor Bush and Trinity 
Miller Isaac, Court Exchange Saloon, City Hall, 

rear 
Miller Isaac, pattern-maker, bds 119 Pine 
Miller Jacob, tailor, bds with John M. ^letz 
Miller Jacob F. book-keeper, with Loomis, Hall 
& Co. foot Washington 



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Miller James, at Delahanly & Skell3-'s, bds witb 

Michael Skelly 
Miller (J«»ies L.) & Co. (Jasper B. Osiorn) ale 
and porter, Drumm bet Jackson and Pacific, 
dwl 1 63 Bush 
Miller James W. proprietor Miller's Stables, NW 

cor Kearnj' and Pine 
Miller Jane Mrs. dwl cor Alta and Sansome 
Miller J. D. variety-store, 35 Clay, dwl W s 

Kearny nr Broadway 
Miller J. Frank, deputy-collector and auditor. 

Custom House, dwl with J. "W. Sayward 
Miller John, dwl N s Vallejo bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Miller John, baker, dwl 3'i2 Stockton 
Miller John, with Isaac Miller, City Hall, rear 
Miller John, carpenter, dwl N s Pacific nr Davis 
Miler John, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, bds 

N s Folsom nr Toll-Gate 
Miller John, carrier. Morning Call 
Miller John, musician, dwl Hinckley nr Kearny 
Miller John, upholsterer. 120 Sansome 
Miller (John) & Co. (Frederick Engler) White 
Hall Exchange, NW cor Spring and Summer 
Miller John B. {Kling & 2f.) dwl 53 Jackson 
Miller John G. laborer, with R. F. Knox & Co. 
Miller John H. (colored) porter, dwl W s Selina 

Place nr California 
Miller Joseph, bds 160 Pacific 
Miller Joseph, bds 185 California 
Miller Justus D. hardware, dwl 249 Kearny 
Miller (L.) & Co. (R. M. Bloominrjdale) butchers, 
59 and 60 Washington Market, dwl S s John 
bet Powell and Mason 
Miller Milton M. daguerreian artist, dwl Tay bet 

Clay and Sacramento 
Miller Peter, teamster, bds 156 Pacific 
Miller Philemina Mrs. dress-maker, W s Dupont 

nr Broadway 
Miller Philip, charcoal, dwl S s Pacific bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Miller R. R. What Cheer Laundry, What Cheer 

House 
Miller Susan, (widow) boarding, 237 Clay 
Miller Thomas, laborer, Fort Point 
Miller Thomas S. dwl 249 Kearny 
Miller Thomas W. boatman, bds with Mrs, Ann 

Hook 
Miller W. D. physician, 44 Bush 
Miller W. H. clerk, with Bradshaw & Co. dwl cor 

Larkin and Sacramento 
Miller William, dwl 367 Stockton 
Miller William, carpenter, dwl N 8 Pacific bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Miller William, drayman, dwl N s Stevenson bet 

■ Second and Third 
Miller William, hackman, dwl Clary nr Ritch 
Miller William, carpenter, dwl 57 Montgomery 
Miller William, (colored) dwl 2 Stone 
Miller William H. carpenter, bds Railroad House 
Miller William H. compositor, Alta California, 

dwl 1 Central Place 
Miller William H. (colored) barber, bds vpith 

John H. Miller 
Miller William S. receiving clerk. United States 

Appraisers Store, dwl 1 7 Geary 
Miller William Y. cooper, dwl W s Russ Alley 
nr Sutter 



Miller W. S. inspector, Custom House 

Millet S. P. [John Bodes & Co.) dwl Commercial 

op Railroad House 
Millett M. Thomas, carpenter, dwl W s Third bet 

Bryant and Harrison 
Milliet Alexander, butcher, 6 Clay St. Market, 

dwl Yallejo nr Stockton 
Milliken John B. farmer, bds with Simon Ham- 

merschmith 
Millingtou Thomas, molder, bds Union House, 

First 
Millmeister Henry, billiard table-maker, dwl 27 

Clementina 
Millor W. S. cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark & Co. 
Millou (Sebastian) & Denny (Arneaud) importers 

wines and liquors, 153 Sansome, dwl SE cor 

Pine and Kearny 
Mills Arthur, dwl Sansome nr Union 
Mills Chester J. laborer, with Bowen & Richard- 
son, Presidio Road 
Mills (David) & Evans (William) milk-ranch, 

S s Presidio Road 
Mills Delia Mrs. wines and liquors, 5 Trainer's 

Row 
Mills Edwin W. clerk, 96 Front, dwl N s Jackson 

above Stockton 
Mills James, baker, U. S. Bakery, bds with E. G. 

Boyle 
Mills John, laborer. Fort Point, dwl nr Presidio 

House 
Mills John, (D. E. Jones &, Co.) dwl Pulgas Ranch 
Mills Lewis, dwl 5 Trainer's Row 
Mills Luther R. liquors, dwl 126 Bush 
Mills Nile.s, Fish's Hair Restorative, 139 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 320 Powell 
Mills Robert, painter, dwl N s Mills Place nr 

Dupont 
Mills Samuel C. express-driver, Freeman & Co. 

dwl 106 Sacramento 
Mills S. Belden, attorney at law, (Benson & M.) 

170 Montgomery 
Mills William, laborer. Fort Point 
Mills William, wood and coal, E s Dupont bet 

Clay and Commercial, bds with Simon Ham- 

merschmith 
Milner John, waiter, Alden's Dining Saloon, San 
Milsner Leopold, jeweler, dwl 201 Clay 
Milton John, (colored) bds 132 Broadway 
Minard Lambert, dwl W s Dupont bet St. Mark's 

Place and Geary 
Minear M. bds Benton House 
Miner Cicero, (colored) job-cart, 132 Sansome, 

bds N s Union nr Dupont 
Miner F. wood-yard, dwl 1 Bay State Row 
Mmer George AY. painter, boards with William 

Murdoch 
Miner M. carpenter, dwl 8 Bay State Row 
Miner Thomas E. wood, coal and hay. Mission 

St. Wharf 
Minges Steward, stevedore, dwl Francisco bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Minifie Thomas, roofer, with Covert, Moores & Co. 

dwl N s Pacific nr Taylor 
Minnen John, W s Monroe bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Minns George, teacher. High School, dwl S s Clay 

bet Powell and Mason 
^Minor John B. carpenter, cor Jackson and Davis 



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Minor "William, bds Clinton Teniporanco House 
Miuot Jesse, farmer, bds 2 BeiUeii's Block 
Minturn Charles, agent Contra Costa Ferry, Val- 

lejo bet Front and Davis, dwl Bat nr Green 
Minturn John, dwl NW cor Bdy and Kearny 
Minturn J (mds{ Alacoudray & Co.) res Bristol, R. 

Island 
Minturn Walter B. Contra Costa Ferry, off Val- 

lejd nr Davis, dwl 209 "Washington, rear 
Mish Phineas, milliner, 267 Dupont 
Misli Sarah Mrs. millinery, 207 Dupont 
Missett Joseph, stevedore, dwl E s Main bet Mar- 
ket and Mission 
Misson Mary (widow) washing, dwl Bailey's Al- 
ley nr Bush 
Misszel Simon, cigar-maker, dwl 9G Dupont 
Mistre Simeon, tinsmith, 194 Kearny 
Mitcliell Augustin, dry goods, dwl N s Green nr 

Dupont 
Mitchell C. & Co. Vinegar and Pickle "^'arehouse 

18 Sacramento 
Mitchell Charles F. Fair Haven Oil "Works, bds 

with James Hughes E s Ecker 
Mitchell Daniel T. disbursing clerk, U. S. Treas- 
urer's Dept, dwl N s John nr Mason 
Mitchell D. C. {Southgate & J/.) dwl Vallejo abv 

Mason 
Mitchell Edward, laborer, dwl Com nr Drumm 
Mitchell {Edward, colored) & Turner {Eichard, 

colored) boarding. E s Battery nr Bdy 
Mitchell George, butcher, S"W cor Dupont and 

Vallejo 
Mitchell George, laborer, dwl Greenwich near 

Sansome 
Mitchell James (Dott & J/.) dwl 149 Battery 
Mitchell James, pressman, Alta California 
Mitchell J. J. printer, dwl W s Stockton bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Mitchell John, U. S. Assistant Treasurer, dwl E 

s Mason bet Union and Green 
Mitchell John, hand-cartman, cor Clay and Davis 

dwl St. Xiharles 
Mitchell John, hostler, bds 33 Webb 
Mitchell John C. cashier, U. S. Asst Treas. Dept, 

dwl E s Mason bet Union and Green 
Mitchell John P. tinner, at 46 Sansome, dwl S s 

Sacramento nr Dupont 
Mitchell Joseph, salesman, 147 "Washington 
Mitchell Joseph, clerk, Nichols & Ramage, bds 

Brooklyn Hotel 
Mitchell Louis, special policeman 
Mitchell Mary Ann Mrs. nurse, dwl "W s Stock- 
ton bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Mitchell Robert, brick -layer, bds N'W cor Pacific 

and Montgomery 
Mitchell Richard \i. seaman, dwl N s Howard 

bet First and Second 
Mitchell Russell E. vegetables, dwl S s Bush bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Mitchell T. A. salesman, 150 Kearny, dwl S"W 

cor Union and Mason 
Mitchell Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Mitchell Thomas F. (J. Moullon & Co.) dwl Clay 

bet Davis and Drumm 
Mitchell "Wm. dwl W e Stockton bet Greenwich 

and Lombard 
Mitchell Wm. H. {Thorn & Co) dwl 52 Mont 



Mitcheson Charles (colored) laundry. Pacific bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Mitchler Charles, dwl Green nr Stockton, rear 
Mitchler Gottlob, confectioner, 251 "Wash 
Mitzreherling G. engraver, with R. B. Gray k Co 
Mix Alfred A., U. S. Bonded "VN^irehouso, 22 Bat- 
tery, dwl S s Howard bet First and Sec 
Mix Gustavus L. clerk, dwl N s Green bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Mix AVarren. dwl 209 Stockton 
Mizner Lansing B. real estate agent, dwl E side 

Beale bet Folsom and Harrison 
Mocker Christian, Pioneer Market, SE cor Sutter 

and Dupont, dwl E s Dupont bet Post and 

Sutter 
Mocker \Ym. Oriental ^farket East nr Clay 
Moeller Henry Mrs. furnished rooms, 236 and 238 

"W'ashington 
Moerenhout J. A. French Consular Agent, dwl 

243 "Washington 
Moersch Frederick, painter, 45 Kearny 
Moesta John P. (Lohmann & M.) dwl 187 "Wash 
Moffat C. bds "UHiat Cheer House 
Moffat Patrick K. carpenter-shop, "W s Dupont 

bet Geary and O'Farrell 
Moffat Samuel, cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark 

&Co. 
Moffitt Archibald, plasterer, dwl 36 Trinity 
MofBtt James {Blake & M.) dwl SE cor Pine and 

Kearny 
Mogan John, grocer and butcher. S"W cor Third 

and Everett, bds with Richard Mogan 
Mogan Richard, dwl N s Natoma bet Second and 

Third 
Moger "William, butcher, dwl "W s Rassette Place 

No. 1 nr Sutter 
lifognier Edouard, boot-black, 165 "Washington 
Mohen Edward, bds 42 Clay 
Mohr Charles, supt San Francisco Club Room, 

140 Kearny 
Mohrig Charles F. jewelry, 220 Dupont 
Mohrmann Frederick, groceries, S"W cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 
Moigneu Faustin, confectionery, S s Sutter bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Moir H. E. Miss, asst teacher primary dept, Rin- 

con School 
Moisan {Alphonse) & Belliere {Eugene), barbers, 

263 Dupont 
Moise Henry, gilder, dwl 323 Stockton 
Moisen J. clerk, dwl 63 Merchant 
Moisson Thomas, bar-keeper, 183 Commercial 
Moitoret Victor, washing, SE cor Sutter and 

ilason 
Moitoret A'ictor, with P. Lemaitre, Laguna nr 

Presidio Road 
Molinas Zacharias R. barber, dwl 245 "Wash 
Molinelli P. tailor, 191 Pacific 
Molitor A. P. {S. MoUtor & Co.) dwl Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
MOLITOR S. & CO. {A. P. Molitor), assayers, 

110 Llontgomery, dwl Everett bet Third 

and Fourth 
Molker L. seaman, dwl cor Sac and Drumm 
Moller J. R. & Co. {Alex. Leykauff), commission 

merchants, 46 Front, up stairs 
Moller Louis F. butter and eggs, stall 12 Clay St. 

Iilarket, dwl Sansome nr Pine 



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SAN FRANCISCO [M] DIRECTORY. 



MoUoy Hugh, waterman, dwl N s Minnie bet 

Third and Fourth 
Molloy John, porter, NW cor Sansome and Sac 
Molloy Margaret and Ilonora, millinery and fancy 

goods, 28 Montgomery 
Moloney David, house and sign-painter, Pacific 

nr Van Ness Avenue, dwl K s Van Ness 

Avenue bet Pacific and Broadway 
Moloney Patriclc, carpenter, dwl N s Mills' Place 

nr Dupont 
Molony Daniel, clerk, 222 Dupont, bds with John 

Dwyer 
Molony James R. wood and coal, S s Dupont 

bet Post and Sutter 
Molt Henry, cleric, dwl "Ws Dupont nr Broadway 
HOLT (John) & LAWLOR iGtorge) butchers, 

W s Third bet Harrison and Bryant 
Mon Sliing (Chinese), cooked meats, 231 Dupont 
Monahan D. laborer, S. F. Water Works 
Monahan Hugh, ship-wrigbt, bds Blue Bell Hotel 

Sansome 
Monahan M. bds Benton House 
MONDELET {Francis) & CO. (Auguste Laugier) 

French dyers, 205 Washington 
Mondos Bernard A. [L. Scellier & Co.) dwl NE 

cor Pine and Kearny 
Monell Chas. bds cor Union and Leavenworth 
Monelon Madame, groceries, NE cor Vallejo and 

Dupont 
Moneypenny Charles, boarding, N s Natoma bet 

Second and Third 
Mongrolle Julian, lodgings, N s Pacific nr Stock 
Monkhouse Thomas A. Vulcan Iron Works Co. 

dwl S s Sutter bet Powell and Mason 
Monks Samuel, hair-dresser, 230 Washington 
Monks Sarah (widow), dwl S s Lombard bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Monnech (August) & Schultheis (Henry) grocer- 
ies and liquors, NW cor First and Clementina 
Monnohan Edward, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
Monnohan Thomas, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
Monnohan William, laborer, bds 182 Pacific 
Monpeur Louise Madame, at Restaurant, 137 

Kearny 
Monro Frederick, printer. Clay cor Battery, dwl 

Mission bet Third and Fourth 
Monro Peter, wines and liquors, 378 Stockton 
Monroe Charles, bds with Thomas Ogg Shaw 
Monroe James, dwl NE cor Vallejo and Mason 
Monroe John A. atty at law, 140 Clay, dwl S s 

Clay below Taylor 
Monroe John E. laborer, U. S. Branch Mint 
MONSON B. H. at Commercial Steam Book and 

Job Printing-office, 129 Sansome, dwl 68 

Merchant 
Montague W. W. (Locke & 21.) dwl 4.6 Sac 
Montaro Joseph J. (colored), vegetables, dwl 

SW cor Powell and Bush 
Monteverde Walloupa, dwl W s Brooklyn Place 

bet Sacramento and California 
Montgomery A. laborer, S. F. Water Works 
Montgomery Henry, steward. Union Club Rooms 

dwl NW cor Montgomery and California 
Montgomery Joanna (widow) dwl 21 Clemen- 
tina, rear 
Montgomery 0. A. mate stmp Pacific 
Montgomery William, molder. Union Foundry, 

dwl E s Ecker bet Market and Stevenson 



Montgomery William (colored), furniture-wagon, 
101 Montgomery, dwl cor Green and Dupont 

Mony Julia (widow), dwl W 8 Powell bet Union 
and Filbert 

Monzollo D. N 8 Riley bet Taylor and Jones 

Moodleaf Henry, clothing, dwl S s Pacific near 
Stockton 

Moody Charles A. with Geo. H. Johnson, dwl 
185 Clay 

Moody George, dwl S s Price bet Mission and 
Howard 

Moody George T. clerk, Bank Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Block 

Moody Isaac A. carpenter, S s Jackson bet Pow- 
ell and Mason 

Moody J. L. book-keeper, 50 California 

Moody Robt. J. book-keeper, 89 Front, bds Te- 
hama House 

Moody Wm. waiter, Hillman's Temperance House 
80 Davis 

Moody William E. book-keeper. Bank Exchange, 
dwl S s Washington nr Powell 

Moody Wm. G. printer, SE cor Clay and San- 
some, bds 204 Stockton 

Moon A. broker, 176 Montgomery, dwl W s 
Third op South Park 

Moon Andrew J. groceries, NW cor Powell and 
Eddy 

MOON ELLEN E. (widow), proprietress Ivy 
Green Saloon, 104 Merchant 

Moon George C. real' estate, 101 Merchant, bds 
American Exchange 

Moon Jerome B. clerk, dwl NW cor Eddy and 
Powell 

Mooney Blanch Mrs. bds Brannan House 

Mooney Patrick, laborer, with Stott & Co. dwl 
Taylor bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Moor Henry, clerk, stmr Cornelia 

Moor William H. commissary, Cal. S. N. Co. NE 
cor Front and Jackson, dwl S s Washington 
above Powell 

Moorcraft Thomas C. drayman, 42 and 44 Cali- 
fornia 

Moore Alexander (colored), white-washer, dwl 
5 Trinity 

Moore Bethuel C. carpenter, dwl 143 Mission 

Moore B. P. salesman, with J. G. Clark & Co. 
dwl cor Montgomery and Vallejo 

Moore Charles, clothing, dwl 50 St. Mark's PI 

Moore Charles, stevedore, bds Columbia House, 
Stewart 

Moore Charles H. dwl S s Sherwood Place bet 
Second and Third 

Moore David, drayman, bda E s Fourth bet Mis- 
sion and Market 

Moore David, drayman, for Conroy & O'Conner, 
dwl 29 Clara 

Moore David, stone-cutter, bds 2 Albion Place 

Moore D. M. (William H. & D. M. Moore), 58 
Halleck 

Moore Elliott J. (Pearsons & M.) 23 Mont Block 

Moore Frank, waiter. What Cheer House 

Moore George, dwl cor Filbert and Stockton 

MOORE (George H.) k FOLGER (Francis B.) 
shipping and commission merchants, Davis 
nr California, res New York 

Moore Horatio H. librarian. Mercantile Library 
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Moore Ilcnry J. plumber, 192 Clay, dwl Bush 

near Dupont 
Moore Jacob, dwl 204 Clay 
Moore James, stock-dealer, dwl cor Filbert and 

Stockton 
Moore James, engineer and boarding, 14Sansomo 
Moore James, special policeman 
Moore J. C. clerk, bds Tremont House 
Moore Jeremiah B. capt police, bds with Gard- 
ner Elliott 
Moore J. L. furniture, at 131 Californiri 
Moore John, groceries, cor Dupont and Francisco 
Moore John, salesman, 53 Montgomery, dwl Sut- 
ter St. House 
Moore John A. C. clerk, with John C. White, 

dwl SE cor Jackson and Stone 
Moore John G. clerk, 140 Washington, dwl cor 

Vallejo and Montgomery 
Moore John J. principal Colored School 
Moore Joseph, carpenter, boards New Orleans 

lloiise 
Moore Joseph H. ( Waller & If.) 1 and 2 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Moore J. P. policeman, dwl Quincy near Cal 
Moore Margaret A. Mrs. private school, Zli 

Stockton 
Moore Michael, clerk, bds with John Glover 
Moore Michael, clerk, for C. Morrill, dwl with 

Charles R. Pike 
Moore M. J. Mrs. dwl N s Yallejo bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Moore Nathaniel (/?. & K Moore) res Victoria 
Moore Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Taylor bet Jack- 
son and Pacific 
Moore P. S. waterman, dwl N s Union nr Stock- 
ton 
Moore R. C. supt Alta Job Office, 124 Sacra- 
mento, dwl Second op Silver 
MOORE R. & N. imptrs hosiery and furnishing 

goods, 107 Sacramento 
Moore Robert H. baker, dwl S s Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Moore Samuel, bds What Cheer House 
Moore Sarah Mrs. sewing, SE cor Jackson and 

Stone 
MOORE S. W. seeds, 110 California, boards 256 

Stockton 
Moore Thomas B. liquor-saloon. City Hall, rear 
Moore William, clerk, with R. & N. Moore 
Moore William, dwl S s John bet Powell and 

Mason 
Moore William A. plumber, at 192 Clay, dwl 

Bush nr Dupont 
MOORE WM. H. & D. M. brass and bell found- 
ers, 58 Halleck, dwl American Exchange, 
(see advertisement) 
iloore Wra. H. tin-smith, at 9 and 11 Battery 
Moores William B. Jr. {Covert Jl & Co.) dwl 

Tehama bet First and Second 
Mooser W. {Hoffman & M.) dwl 93 Dupont 
Mooshake Frederick Rev. pastor German Evan. 
Lutheran Church, dwl SE corner Sutter and 
Kearny , 

Moran Edward, cigar manufacturer, 128 Kearny 
Moran Francis, gardener, with Leonidas Haskell, 

Black Point 
Moran Franyois, laborer, with M, Burnett, S s 
Minnie bet Third and Fourth 



Moran Henry, blacksmith, dwl S s Greenwich nr 

Dupont 
Moran John, clerk, with E. Martin & Co. dwl 

cor Larkin and Vallejo 
Moran John, dwl Greenwich between Taylor and 

ilason 
Moran Thomas, cigar manufacturer, 128 Kearny, 

bds 154 Commercial 
Moran William, book-binder, boards South Park 

House 
Moraskey William, laborer, Chelsea Laundry, 

Third nr Bryant 
Morat Valentine, boot-maker, with Staib & Co. 

dwl Sutter nr Montgomery 
Morbach Nicholas, tailor, NW cor Dupont and 

Vallejo, dwl cor Broadway and Kearny 
Mordecai Anna (widow) dwl 40 First 
Mordecai Isaac T. engineer, dwl 40 First 
More John, dwl 267 Stockton 
More John C. clerk, with I. B. Purdy & Co. bds 

with A. D. McDonald 
Moreau Adolph, edtr P'cho du Pacifique, dwl S s 

Filbert bet Powell and Mason 
Moreaii Alexander, Bay View House, Webster 
Moreau Alfred, cigars, etc. 165 Montgomery 
Morehouse (Le Grand) & Co. {Anson Cox) pro- 
duce commission merchants, 24 Clay 
Morell A. J. merchant, 173 Montgomery, dwl 

100 Pine 
Morell Bryan, SE cor Mason and Pacific 
Morell {Calos) & Barbette (Fredtricic) Italian 

Restaurant, Drumm bet Wash and Clay 
Moreno James, cigars, dwl S s Turk nr Taylor 
Moreno Joseph M. physician. Pacific nr Mont 
Morey Mary A. (widow) dwl 95 Pine 
Morey Morton, dwl NE cor Powell and Bdy 
Morey Reuben, dwl 11 Davis 
l^Iorgan A. fruits, bds Niantic Hotel 
Morgan Amasa, SW cor Sansome and Wash 
Morgan Charles, driver. Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Morgan D. B. inspector. Custom House, dwl cor 

Dupont and Francisco 
Morgan George, dwl N s Bush bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Morgan George, ship-carpenter, boards Benton 

House 
Morgan George Edward, at Wells, Fargo & Go's, 

dwl 254 Powell 
Morgan Henry, molder, dwl E s Zoe Place bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
MORGAN {Jatnes) & BYRNE {Bernard) liquors, 

W s Third bet Folsom and Harrison 
MORGAN J. A. sail-loft, 2 Clay St. Wharf, dwl 

28 Minnie (see advertisement) 
Morgan John A. agent, dwl Bower Place S s 

Green bet Dupont and Stockton 
Morgan John A. bds with M. J. Budington 
Morgan John C. dwl cor Dupont and Francisco 
Morgan John S. ( Winant & Co.) resides Shoal- 
Water Bay, W. T. 
Morgan Joseph A. sail-maker, dwl 28 Minnie 
Morgan L. H. Miss, principal primary depart- 
ment. Spring Valley School 
Morgan Lucy A. Mrs. principal intermediate 

department Denman School, dwl Bush bet 

Powell and Mason 
Morgan Mary Mrs. dwl W s Morey Alley bet 

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Morgan ^I. L. Miss, assistant teacher grammar 

department, Spring Yalley School 
Morgan Peter, laborer, dwl S s St. Mark Place 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
MORGAN, {S. G.) STONE, (E. F.) & CO., 

commission merchants, 28 Front, res New 

Bedford, Mass. 
Morgan Wm. clerk, Alta California, 124 Sac 
Morgan Wm. carpenter, dwl N s O'Farrell bet 

Powell and ^lab^n 
]t[organ Wm. furniture, 35 ilontgomery 
Morgan Wni. II. sail-maker, dwl 28 Minnie 
Morgenstern Adolph, dwl Pacific nr Front 
Morgeustern Samuel, clothing, SW cor Pacific 

and Front 
Morgenthau M. importer gents furnishing goods, 

90 Sacramento, dwl 279 Stockton 
Morich C. F. jeweler, bds 12 Sansome 
Morin Michael, waiter, SW cor Folsom and 

Stewart 
MORISON JAMES, physician, office SE corner 

Suiter and Montgomery 
MORISON SAMUEL A. merchant, 17 Commer- 
cial, dwl N s California bet Prospect Place 

and Powell 
Moritz Mark, stoves, etc. 146 Clay, dwl cor Sac 

and Brooklyn Place 
Morken Heyman F. clerk, with Ortman & Co. N 

W cor Post and Kearny 
Morley "W. S. bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Mornet Chas. barber 124 Kearny 
Moroney Martin, maltster, Empire Brewery, 106 

Jessie 
Moroney Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Boston Place 

bet First and Fremont 
Morphy Thomas, ship-carpenter, dwl S s Berry 

bet Dupont and Clara 
Morrell Abram J. merchant, dwl 200 Pine 
Morrell Chas. musical instrument manufacturer, 

150 Sansome, dwl with Jacob Lynn 
Morrell F. G. bds Benton House 
Morrill A. druggist, dwl N s Market bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
MORRILL DR. CHARLES, importer drugs, 

medicines, paints, oils, etc. and manufacturer 

of camphene, SE cor Battery and Washing- 
ton, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Morrill {Ebenezer) & Clay, {Jabez P.) brick-yard, 

Leavenworth nr Broadway 
Morrill Edward A. {Hurdis & M.) dwl SW cor 

Sacramento and Dupont 
Morrill Ellen R. dress-maker and furnished 

rooms, 181 California 
Morrill Frank, bds with Albert Folsom 
Morrill Joseph C. principal Spring Valley School, 

Presidio Road nr Union, bds cor Leaven- 
worth and Sacramento 
Morrill Oliver L. cabinet-maker, dwl S s Jessie 

bet First and Second 
Morrill S. H. clerk, 38 Commercial, bds cor Pine 

and Sansome 
MORRILL W. P. at Commercial Steam Book and 

Job Printing-office, bds Oriental Hotel 
Morris Aaron, commissioner, dwl S s Bryant bet 

First and Second 
Morris Abraham, dry-goods, 99 California, dwl 

N s Geary bet Kearny and Dupont 
Morris A. W. groceries, Presidio Road nr Union 



Morris (Bevjamin) & Liltleford, (Jb7m 7!) manu- 
facturing jewelers, 155^ Sacramento, dwl 14 
Harlan Place 
Morris Chas. brick-yard, SE cor Brannan and 

Third 
Morris Chas. printer, 133 Clay, dwl Kearny bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Iklorris Chas. H. waiter. Oriental Hotel 
Morris Dihenbergh, carpenter, 92 Commercial 
Morris Eliza, (widow) millinery and fancy goods, 

W s Second bet Market and Mission 
Jilorris Geo. porter, bds 51 Broadway 
Morris Henry, engineer, steam-tug Martin White 
Morris Henry, {Hall & M.) Atheneum Saloon, 

213 Washington 
Morris Henry S. bar-keeper, dwl S s Union nr 

Kearny 
Morris Herz, express-wagon, dwl W s Rassette 

Place No. 2 nr Sutter 
Morris James, dwl Pacific nr Front 
Morris James, dwl Cadel Alley nr Union 
Morris John, laborer, dwl 30 Montgomery 
Morris Julius, waiter, dwl Kearny bet Broad- 
way and Pacific 
Morris Letty Mrs. dress and cloak-maker, dwl 

S s Union nr Kearny 
Morris M. bds Benton House 
Morris P. clothing, Pacific nr Davis 
Morris Pinkus, {Ansory & M.) dwl Pacific nr 

Davis 
Morris P. J. grainer, dwl S s Market bet First 

and Second 
Morris Rachael (widow) dwl 321 Powell 
Morris R. N. surveyor, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Morris Robert, clerk, cor Dupont and Washing- 
ton, bds 19 Jackson 
Morris Robert D. carpenter, dwl N s Harrison 

bet Main and Beale 
Morris S. laborer. Fort Point 
Morris Thomas D. clerk, bds Tremont House 
Morris Wm. M. 136 Sacramento, up stairs 
Morrison Carlton J. {Biggins & Co.) dwl with 

Daniel Higgins 
Morrison Chas. W. {A. J. Roulstone & Co.) dwl 

with E. E. Barber 
Morrison Geo. H. carpenter, dwl N s Tehama 

bet First and Second 
Morrison Hector, carpenter, dwl B s Taylor bet 

Broadway and Tallejo 
Morrison Horace, book-keeper, Cal. S. N. Co.'s 

office, NE cor Jackson and Front 
Morrison James D. butcher, dwl SE cor Wash- 
ington and Stockton 
Morrison James W. {Roberts, M. & Co.) 10 Cal 
Morrison John C. Jr. merchant, office 60 Cali- 
fornia, dwl S s Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 
Morrison Joseph H. drayman, 59 Front, dwl cor 

Jackson and Larkin 
Morrison Mary, (widow) nurse, bds Thistle, N 

8 Folsom bet Price and Harris 
Morrison Robert, mate, steamer New World 
Morrison Thomas H. teller, with Fretz & Ralston, 

dwl Union Club 
Morrison William, boot-maker, Davis bet Clay 

and Commercial 
Morrissey Jno. book-keeper, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Morrissey John, clerk, New Orleans House, NE 
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MORRISSEY PATRICK IT. proptr New Orleans 

IIuuso, NE cor Ecker and Mission 
Morrow George, feed, 194 Kearny, dwl "Wash- 

injiton bet Mason and Taylor 
Morrow Thomas, builder, dwl Valparaiso bet 

Taylor and Mason 
Morse E. Eaton, drayman, "71 California, dwl NW 

cor Mission and Annie 
Morae Ezra, porter, with Flint, Peabody & Co. 
Morse John, broker, bds 113 Dupont 
Morse Julius G. physician, dwl cor Larkin and 

Union 
Morse Le Grand, coffee-packer, Eagle Mills, dwl 

with J. G. Morse 
Morse Thomas, dwl XAVcor Sansome and Filbert 
Morse Wm. broker, dwl 113 Dupont 
Mortellec Peter, seaman, dwl E s Varrenne Place 

nr Union 
Mortier Edward, waiter, restaurant Sullivan's 

Alley nr Dupont 
Mortimer B. E. actor, ilapiuire's Opera House 
ilortimer John C. (colored) barber, 27 Kearny 
Mortimer Lewis L. (Keeling & M.) dwl Union 

nr Dupont 
Morton A. G., P. M. S. S. Co. dwl E s Prospect 

Place bet Sacramento and California 
Morton C. C. (Morton Brolhers) dwl cor Pacific 

and Leavenworth 
Morton Charles S. drayman, bds cor Larkin and 

Jackson 
Morton Yl. messenger, Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Ex- 
press 
Morton Brothers, (Edward H. & G. C. Morton) 

stevedores, 145 Front, dwl Bernard nr Taylor 
Morton Henry J. drayman, 53 and 55 Front, dwl 

S s Minnie bet Second and Third 
Morton Henry J. hair-dressing saloon, 34 Second 
Morton James, capt brig Boston, Long Wharf 
Morton John, teamster, dwl S s O'Farrell bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Morton Nathaniel S. cooper, S. P. Sugar Refinery 
Morton Reuben, teamster, cor Cal and Battery, 

dwl S s O'Farrell bet Mason and Taylor 
Morton Samuel P. {2IcDeviU & i/".) dwl W s 

Third nr Stevenson 
Morton S. S. teamster, cor Cal and Battery, dwl 

Taylor nr O'Farrell 
Morton ( William F. X) & Clark (Treat F.) car- 
penters, NW cor Clay and Brenham Place, 

dwl N 8 Jessie bet Third and Fourth 
Morton William H. capt brig Boston, dwl SW 

cor Market and East 
Mosby Daniel B. capt stmr J. Bragdon, office 

Cal. S. N. Co. 
Moseley T. R. messenger, Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Moseman Christian, laborer, U. S. B. Mint 
Moseman Samuel, laborer, U. S. B. Mint 
Moses B. F. Jr. dwl SW cor Sansome ^and Cali- 
fornia 
MOSES DANIEL (Evans & M.) dwl 19 Jackson 
Moshoimer (Joseph) & Co. chemical laboratory, 

Bryant nr Fourth, dwl cor Bryant and Third 
Mosher Rodolphus, painter, dwl N s Pacific bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Moss Ellis W. cigars. Bank Exchange, bds 195 

California 
Moss James 0. with S. H. Pritcbard & Brother, 

97 Front . 



Moss J. Mora, with Pioclie & Bayerque, dwl 2G7 
Clay 

Moss Peter, bds NE cor Davis and Oregon 

Mosso D'Alva, clerk, dwl IGl Kearny 

MOSSE DANIEL H. T. books, stationery and 
varieties, IGl Kearny 

Mott Benjamin, calkor, bds Isthmus House 

Mott Elijah, en^rineer, stmr Pacific dwl E s Fre- 
mont bet Folsom and Harrison 

Mott Isaac T. dwl W s Hawthorne bet Folsom 
and Harrison 

Mott Peter D. fireman, U. S. B. Mint, bds 4 St 
Mark's Place 

Mouchet Joseph, musician, dwl N s Vallejo nr 
Stockton 

Moulder Andrew J. supt public instruction, 
office SE cor Jackson and Montgomery, dwl 
SW cor Washington and Stockton 

Moulenier Charles, cook, 195 Kearny 

Moulthrop J. L. book-keeper. 111 Battery, dwl 
Jones bet Bush and Sutter 

Moulton Benjamin F. broker, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Clay, dwl S s Pine bet Stockton 
and Powell 

Moulton Charles E. drayman, bds N s Riley bet 
Taylor and Jones 

Moulton Charles S. drayman, 59 Front, dwl cor 
Jackson and Larkin 

Moulton J. & Co. (Thomas F. Mitchell) block and 
pump-makers, 21 Sacramento, dwl 58 Mont 

MOULTON JAMES B. proptr Terminus House, 
Mission Dolores 

Moulton Josiab, ( Wilson & M.) dwl E s Second 
nr Tehama 

Moulton Jules Jr. (apprentice) machinist, Yulcan 
Iron Works 

Moutardeir Antoine, furniture, 284 Stockton 

Mouton Jules, machinist, dwl 153 Dupont 

Moutry James, liquors. East nr Commercial 

Mouze Henry J. tinsmith, at 117 Sansome, dwl 
402 Stockton 

Mowatt Commodore, dwl S s Howard bet First 
and Second 

Mowbray Louisa Mrs. comedienne, dwl 258 Du- 
pont 

Mowbray William, at Dewitt, Kittlfe & Co. San- 
some, dwl cor Washington and Jones 

Mower John M. teamster, Dow's Distillery 

Mowry Dutee, street contractor, dwl with Wm. 
Patterson 

Mowry Lydia A. Mrs. boarding, 119 Broadway 

Mowry Nelson H. dwl 119 Broadway 

^lowry Richard, carpenter, 4 Kearny, dwl Stock 

Mowry William R. painter, with R. S. Eells & Co. 
bds What Cheer House 

Moxel Joseph, billiard-table manuf, with J. De- 
lange, Dupont 

Moy Eugene, tailor, N s St. Mark's Place bet 
Dupont and Kearny 

Moylan Mary A. Mrs. seamstress, dwl 344 Stock 

Moysahan Andrew, retortman, S. F. Gas Co. 

Mudge Theodore A. merchant, bds with Mrs. 
Eugenia Cadiz 

Mudgett John, GO California 

Mueller C. teacher of music, dwl N s Yallejo bet 
Powell and ilason 

Mugan Patrick, saddler, bds Pacific nr Sansome 

Mugrydge James, bakery, 80 Pacific 



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Mublenbrink ( WiUiam) & Co. ( Clcius Jlenken) 

groceries, NE cor Powell and Vallejo 
Muclie William, miller, Com. Flour Mills, NE cor 

First and Natonia 
Mulim Anna, (widow) fancy goods and millinery, 

SE cor Minnie and Third 
Muir C. (widow) dwl NW cor Powell and Union 
Muir John, capt schr Margaret, Washington St. 

Wharf 
Mulcahey Margaret Mrs., S s Zoe bet First and 

Fremont 
Mulcahill James, brick-layer, bds 46 Sansome 
Mulcay Lott, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet First 

and Second 
Mulcrevy Martin, laborer, Market op Second 
Muldonie Robert, laborer, with Bowen & Rich- 
ardson, Presidio Road 
Muldoon Ellen Miss, boarding, SW cor Geary 

and Dupont 
Muley Wra. waiter, dwl 164 Commercial 
Mulford C. L. book-agent, 112 Washington, dwl 

296 Dupont 
Mulhall John, U. S. Marshal's office, dwl U. S. 

Court Building 
Mulhare James, laborer, dwl 183 Stockton, rear 
Mulhare James, porter. Freeman & Co.'s Express 

dwl 10 Stevenson 
Mulhare James S. liquors, SW cor Montgomery 

and Summer 
Mulhare Michael S. liquors, SW cor Montgomery 

and Summer 
Mulharn James, fruits, 234 Washington 
Mulholland James, laborer, bds Thistle, N s Fol- 

som bet Price and Plarris 
Mulholland Patrick, retortman, S. F. Gas Co. 
Mullalley John T. steward, dwl 114 Bush 
Mullen Frederick, rectifier, Dow's Distillery 
Mullen James, engineer, dwl S s Greenwich nr 

Dupont 
Mullen Jeremiah, laborer, 'dwl E s Powell bet 

Geary and O'Farrell 
Mullen Patrick, dwl Green nr Dupont 
Mullens Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Muller C. musician, Melodeon, 19t Washington 
Muller F. J. cabinet-maker, with J. G. Clark & 

Co. 
Muller Henry clerk, dwl Pacific bet Stockton and 

Dupont 
Muller Henry, clerk, with Chas. Melin, NE cor 

Mission and Jane 
Muller Herman, clerk, recorder's office, dwl 84 

Kearny 
Muller John P. proptr Old Philadelphia House, 

134 Pine 
Mulligan Michael, hostler, 161 California 
Mulligan Patrick, laborer, Dow's Distillery, bds 

with James Murray 
Mullin Hugh, cab-driver, dwl Broadway bet Du- 
pont and Stockton 
Mullin James, liquors, dwl 113 Dupont 
Mullin James, plasterer, dwl 5 Mary Lane 
Mullin James (Eiley & M.) dwl 121 Front 
Mullin Patrick, drayman, S s Broadway nr Bat 
Mullin Wm. J. compositor. Evening Telegram, 

dwl X s Mission bet Second and Third 
Mullins Jeremiah H. livery stable, 129 Jackson 
MuUoy James, liquors, cor Broadway and Davis 



Mulloy Patrick, laborer, dwl SE cor Sutter and 

Rassette Place No. 3 
Mulloy (Patrick) k Carty (James) cooperage, 105 

Jackson, dwl SE cor Sansome and Jackson 
Mulvany Charles, bar-keeper, 259 Dupont, bds 

Bush St. House 
Mulvany John, brick-layer, dwl S 8 Stevenson 

bet Second and Third 
Mulvey Patrick, laborer. Fort Point 
Mun Tye & Co. (Chinese) merchants 236 Dup 
Mund Christian, carpenter, 2 Post 
Mund William (apprentice) jeweler, dwl 2 Post 
Mundt Adolph [Marx Philips & Co.) dwl 89 

Commercial 
Mundwyler B. musician, Lyceum theater 
Mundwyler Jacob J. musician, dwl N s Berry 

bet Dupont and Clara 
Mundwyler John J. baker, with Becker & Co. 

dwl NE cor Mason and Clay 
Mundwyler Lewis, (apprentice) with A. P. Pro- 

cureur, dwl with J. J. Mundwyler 
Munfrey Edmund, printer, dwl 191 Pine 
Munfrey William, wharfinger. Wood Wharf, bet 

Clay and Commercial, dwl 191 Pine 
Mung Sing (Chinese) washing, 17 Clay 
Munkanbek John, blacksmith, bds Blue Bell Ho- 
tel, Sansome 
Munoz Francisco, dwl S s Union bet Powell and 

Mason 
MUNROE GEO. H. flour, S s Washington bet 

Front and Davis, bds 16 Sansome 
Munson Ira, register U. S. Land Office, SE cor 

Jackson and Mont, dwl S s Silver nr Third 
Munson James H. saw-filing. 14 Kearny 
Munson John, U. S. Land Office, bds with Ira 

Munson 
Munson Oscar D. asst assayer, U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

317 Stockton 
Munster M. pyrotechnist, cor Green and Sparks 
Murch Caleb {Senter & JI.) dwl SE cor Union 

and Mason 
Murdock Alexander, cooper, N s Oregon nr Da- 
vis, dwl N s Broadway nr Dupont 
Murdock George L. proptr Gothic Hall Hotel, 43 

Sansome 
Murdock H. G. carpenter-shop, S s Mills' Place, 

dwl S s Pine bet Mont and Kearny 
Murdock Hugh M. builder, dwl 121 Pine 
Murdock H. M. Mrs. furnished rooms, 121 Pine 
Murdock John, carpenter, dwl E s Third bet 

Market and Mission 
Murdock William, porter, NW cor Cal and Front 

dwl S s Bryant bet Second and Third 
Murdock William, carpenter, dwl N s Natoma 

bet First and Second 
Murphy Bartholemew, laborer. Fort Point 
Murphy Bernard, laborer, dwl Sansome nr Fil- 
bert 
Murphy Bridget Mrs. dress-maker, 272 Stockton 
Murphy Bridget (widow) washing and ironing, 

E s Baldwin Court bet Folsom and Howard 
Murphy Charles, laborer, bds 26 First 
Murphy Chas. J. {Walsh & M.) dwl 132 Mission 
Murphy Cornelius, millwright, U. S. B. Mint 
Murphy Daniel, brick-layer, dwl with Wm. Fo- 

garty Stockton Place 
Murphy Daniel, pilot, cor Wash and East 
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Murpliy Daniel J. drug clerk, dwl N s Mission 

bet Second and Third 
lifurpliy Daniel J. furniture, Gl Kearny 
Murpiiy DaiiielJ. atty at law, 101 Merchant 
Murphy Daniel T (Eugene Kelly & Co.) dwl NE 

cor Harrison and Fremont 
Murphj' Dennis, plumber, SK cor Montgomery 

and California, dwl E s Anthony bet Mission 

and Jessie 
Murphy Dennis, shoe-maker, "W a First bet Na- 

tonia and Minnie 
Murphy Edward, dwl 350 Stockton, rear 
Murphy Francis, fniits, 43 Montgomery 
Murphy Francis, waiter. What Cheer House 
Murphy George, steward, dwl W a Fremont bet 

Folsom and Howard 
Murphy H. laborer, S. F. Water Works 
Murphy J. saddles and harness, 40 Sansome, dwl 

2 Bay State Row 
Murphy James, boot-maker, dwl N s Stevenson 

bet First and Second 
Murphy James, painter, bds Mechanics' Boarding 

House, Market 
ifuiphy Jeremiah, baker, dwl 272 Stockton 
Murphy Jeremiah, harness, at 82 Battery, dwl 

SW cor Second and Market 
Murphy J. J. boot-maker, at 88 Battery, dwl 

Stevenson bet Second and Ecker 
Murphy John, blacksmith, boards with Patrick 

Erigan 
Murphy John, clerk, bds Barkley House 
Murphy John, clerk, 71 Battery 
Murphy John, laborer, Red Stables, dwl Waver- 

ley Place 
Murphy John, porter, 146 Washington, dwl S s 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Murphy John, Railroad House Bar, 48 Com 
Murphy John, waiter. Oriental Hotel 
Murphy John, book-peddler, bds cor Pine and 

Sansome 
Murpliy John C. laborer, dwl 2 Brooklyn Place 
Murphy John J. seaman, dwl S s Howard bet 

First and Second 
MURI'HY JOHN N. (James Stanley & Co.) dwl 

56 Minnie 
Murphy Joseph, pattern-maker, Pacific Foundry 
Murphy Julia (widow) groceries, SE cor Jessie 

and Anthony 
Murphy Margaret Miss, dress-maker, N s Mission 

bet Second and Third 
Murphy Mary A. Mrs. dress-maker, dwl E s 

Third bet Mission and Howard 
Murphy Michael, machinist, dwl E s Third bet 

Mission and Howard 
Murphy Michael, liquors, 4 Jackson 
Murphy Morris, waiter, Railroad House 
Murphy N. S. physician, 143 Washington, up 

stairs 
Murphy Patrick, blacksmith, 104 Kearny, dwl 

W s Brown's Place bet Bush and Pine 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Ohio nr Bdy 
Murphy Peter, marble-cutter, at 70 Montgomery, 

dwl S s Francisco nr Stockton 
Murphy Thomas, pattecp-maker, Pacific Foundry 

bds with Thomas Blackmore 
Murphy Thomas, carpenter, boards Mechanics' 

Boarding House, Market 
Murphy Thomas P. sawyer, dwl 54 Natoraa 

24 



Murphy Timothy, dwl with John J. Murphy 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, bds with Wm. O'Brien 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, dwl N s St. Mark's 

Place betDupont and Kearny 
Murphy William, clerk, Dixon Bros. & Co. dwl 

California above Kearny 
Murphy William, drayman, bds Miners' Home, 

Pacific 
Murphy William, packer, with Joseph Genella, 

dwl Vallejo bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Murr Charles H. dwl W s Third nr Mission 
Murr Christopher, Helen Hensley Saloon, E a 

Stewart bet piers 11 and 12 
Murray Ann (widow) nurse, dwl NW cor Beale 

and Harrison 
Murray Bridget (widow) dwl 93 Pine 
Murray Dennis, seaman. Pacific nr Battery 
Murray E. C. upholsterer, with Frank Baker 
MURRAY FRANCIS, proptr Old Oak House, 

NW cor Mission and Ridley 
Murray George, laborer, dwl W a Second bet 

Minnie and Mission 
Murray Hugh, clerk, dwl 93 Pine 
Murray Hugh, business agent, ifonitor, 118 Mont 
Murray James, fireman, Dow's Distillery, dwl N 

s Brannan cor Johnston 
Murray James, waiter, dwl E s Sansome nr Pac 
Murray James, wood-yard, Market cor Second, 

bds 18 Bush 
Murray John, bds with Mrs. B. C. Gallagher 
Murray John, boiler-maker, dwl E s Ritch bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Murray John, job-cart, dwl 17 Stevenson 
Murray John, laborer, 133 Kearny, dwl N s Pine 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Murray John, laborer, dwl W a Matthewa Place 

bet Post and Sutter 
Murray John, laborer, dwl S a Union nr Battery 
Murray John, porter, NW corner California and 

Davis 
Murray John, stone-cutter, dwl 5 Yarrenne PI 
Murray John, tailor, dwl N a Clementina bet 

Third and Fourth 
Murray John K. stone-cutter, Foirt Point 
Murray Owen, porter, Dupuy, Foulkes & Co. NE 

cor Montgomery and Vallejo 
Murray Patrick, laborer, dwl with Patrick Hayes 
Murray Thomas S. works for John McDonald, bds 

8 First 
Murray Timothy, laborer, dwl W a Matthews' PI 

bet Post and Sutter 
Murray William, accountant, witb B. Davidson, 

dwl E s Kearny bet Green and Union 
Murray William, compositor, Alta California, dwl 

S s Post bet Dupont and Stockton 
Murrill John, brickyard, cor Broadway and Lea- 
venworth 
Murtha John, porter, with Henry Johnson & Co. 

dwl S s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
MURTHA WILLIAM 0. stoves, tinware, etc. 9 

and 11 Battery (see advertisement) 
Mushmeyer Wm. bds Columbia House. Stewart 
Mutarloney Barney, boards SE corner Davis and 

Oregon 
Mutzenbecher Frederick (Mutzenbecher &, Bro.) 

dwl 3.^> Sansome 
Mutzenbec- . • John h Tiro. (Frederick Mutzen- 
becher rniture, 35 Sansome 



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MUYG RIDGE EDWARD J. agent for Loudon 

Printing and Publishing Co. 163 Clay 
Mydenbaur John, bds with Geo G. Roberts 
Myer Albert, with Koster & Co. Pacific Brewery 
Myer Levy, grocer, cor Dupont and Washington, 

dwl N s Hinkley nr Kearny 
Myer Morris, book-keeper, with Scholle Brothers 
Myerhoft' Robert, shutter-maker, dwl Clay uear 

Kearny 
Myers Adolph, cigar manufacturer, dwl N s 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Myers Alexander, cigars, SW cor Montgomery 

and Merchant, dwl Stockton nr Vallejo 
Myers Anne (widow) dwl N s Howard bet Third 

and Fourth 
Myers Augustus, musician, dwl 119 Broadway 
Myers Frank, bds 1 56 Pacific 
Myers George, butcher, dwl with Thos. Johnson 
Myers Gustavo, cigar manufacturer, d wl S s How- 
ard bet Third and Fourth 
Myers {Harris) & Suskend {Ernest) pawn-bro- 
kers, 164 Commercial 
Myers H. B. carrier. Herald 
Myers Henry (Hoelscher, Wieland & Co.) res Sac 
Myers Henry, clerk, dwl 41 Kearny 
Myers Henry, pawn-broker, 182 Kearny, dwl E 

s Prospect Place bet Sacramento and Cal 
Myers Henry, upholsterer, with Kennedy & Bell, 

dwl 41 Kearny 
Myers Isadore {Hoffman & Co.) dwl E s Dupont 

nr Broadway 
Myers James, tinsmith, 212 Washington, dwl 

133 Bush 
Myers John, drayman, dwl 365 Stockton 
Myers John, clerk, dwl E s Simmons bet Howard 

and Folsom 
Myers John, liquors, dwl S s Folsom bet Second 

and Third 
Myers John, molder. Union Foundry 
Myers John, porter, 121 Front, dwl Folsom near 

Russ 
Myers John G. drayman, 48 Front 
Myers L. R. marble-^are, 151 Sacramento, dwl 

cor Bush and Dupont 
Myers M. & A. L. glaziers, cor Dupont and Wash- 
ington, dwl Green nr Dupont* 
Myers {Moses) & Schwarz {Frederick) tailors, 

dwl 227 Clay 
Myers Peter, bds Columbia House, Stewart 
Myers Robert K. drayman, with A. C. Dietz, 

dwl S sNatoma bet First and Second 
Myers Rudolph, cigar manufactory, dwl N s 

Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Myers Samuel, merchant, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Second and Third 
Myers Simon W. cigars, Dupont nr Washington, 

dwl NE cor Powell and Wasnington 
Myers William, clerk, adjutant-general's dept U. 

S. A. 44 Bush 
Myrick Christopher, waterman, dwl NE cor Ma- 
son and Clay 
Myrick Joseph, imp and commission merchant, 

145 Front, dwl 70 Minnie 
MYRICK THOMAS S. principal grammar dept. 

Market St. School, dwl NE cor Sutter and 

Montgomery 
Mysell J. G. baker, at 31 Sacramento, dwl SE 

cor Sacramento and Battery 



3sr 

Naciitingall H. {Jacob Strahle & Co.) dwl 166 

Bush 
Nacla William, butcher, 304 Dupont ' 
NAEGAL GEORGE D. contractor and builder, 

oflEice 110 California, dwl W s Rincon nr 

Harrison 
Nagel Louis, lithographer, 151 Clay, dwl Geary 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Nagle Edmond, hostler, with P. Hunt & Co. 
Nagle Jacob, boots and shoes, 64 Kearny 
Nagle John, porter, 60 California, dwl 9 Berry 
Nagle Joseph, dwl N s Howard bet Third and 

Fourth 
Nagle Richard, laborer, dwl S s Brannan bet 

Harris and Price 
Nagle Richard, waiter. What Cheer House 
Nagle William, miner, bds S s Howard bet Third 

and Fourth 
Nagle William, plasterer, basement, 102 Mont 
NAGLEE HENRY M. office SW cor Montgom- 
ery and Merchant, third floor 
Nahl Bros, {diaries and Otto Nahl), artists, 79 

Broadway 
Nahl Christian F. tailor, at 147 Clay, dwl N s 

Bush below Kearny 
Nahl Otto {Nahl Bros.) dwl 79 Broadway 
Nail Jeremiah, laborer, bds Pacific nr Sansome 
Nash {Henry A.) & Beamis {T. W.) imps boots 

and shoes, 97 Battery, dwl SW cor Pacific 

and Stockton 
Nason Benjamin, dwl SE cor Broadway and 

Stockton 
Nathan Adam W. commission merchant, dwl W 

s Second bet Natoma and Howard 
Nathan Anna M. Mrs. millinery, W s Second bet 

Natoma and Howard 
Nathan Louis, merchant, dwl W s Dupont bet 

Sutter and Post 
Nathan Samuel C. pilot, dwl S s Union nr Kear 
Naumann Emilie (widow), vegetables, 119 San- 
some, dwl Third nr Harrison 
Navaretta Fernandez, clerk, Bolton, Barron & Co. 

dwl W s Brooklyn Place bet Sacramento 

and California 
Navlet Victor, manufacturer willow- ware, Leides- 

dorff bet Clay and Commercial 
Nawmen E. locksmith, at 45 Battery 
NAYLOR H. M. merchant, W s Market nr Mis- 
sion, dwl 144 Washington 
Neal David D. engraver, with W. C. Butler, 150 

Montgomery, dwl 138 Dupont 
Neal Henry R. clerk, with W. T. Coleman & Co. 

dwl Mason nr Ellis 
Neal James, laborer, dwl with Timothy Haiyes 
Neal Marion, engineer, dwl NE cor Sacramento 

and Sansome 
Neal William, asst engineer, stmp Senator 
Neal Wm. W. pilot, cor Washington and East, 

dwl Taylor bet Sutter and Bush 
Neall James, president Bear River and Auburn 

W. and M. Co. 94 Clay, dwl Broadway nr 

Stockton 
Nealy Joseph R. carpenter, rms W a Front near 

Market 
Neau Henry, washing, cor Wash and Virginia 



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Noe Fastus, laborer, dwl E a Ballot Alley bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Needhain Thomas, cabinet-maker, 19 Sac 
Necfus A. copper-smith, at 116 Front 
Neefus M. S. plumber and hose-maker, 116 Front 
Neeland Herman, capt sloop Cyuthia, Washing- 
ton St. Wharf 
Neely Hugh, laborer, Fort Point 
Neely James, milkman, bds at Bell's Ranch, San 

Jose Road 
Neely Robert, porter, with J. J. Lecount, dwl S 

8 Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Neely William K. carpenter, bds Montgomery 

bet Pine and Bush 
Neep Henry, tailor, dwl 105 Merchant 
Neff Charles, carpenter, dwl SW cor Main and 

Market 
Neglo John, seaman, dwl Stockton near Filbert, 

rear 
Neil Henry R. porter, with W. T. Coleman & Co. 
Neil James, engineer, dwl St. Charles nr Kearny 
Neil William, copper-smith, 42 Davis, dwl E s 

Fremont bet Bryant and Harrison 
Neimann John, locksmith, dwl Lestrade Place nr 

Pacific , 

Nelles Charles, brewer, dwl NW cor Bush and 

Kearny 
Nelson Andrew, dwl W s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Harrison 
Nelson Andrew, rigger, dwl 8 Milton Place, rear 
Nelson Andrew, matress-maker, at 94 Kearny, 

dwl 65 Kearny 
Nelson Catharine (colored), washing, dwl 181 

Stockton, rear 
Nelson Charles, dwl N s Bryant bet First and 

Second 
Nelson Ciiarles, dwl 12 Central Place 
Nelson D. fruit-trees, 51 Washington, bds What 

Cheer House 
Nelson David, dwl 180 Jackson , 
Nelson David, liquors, SE cor Pine and Mont 
Nelson Elizabeth (widow), dwl S 8 Bush bet 

Stockton and Dupont 
Nelson George, dwl 180 Jackson 
Nelson U. C. longshoreman, dwl S s Filbert nr 

Kearny 
Nelson Henry, ship-carpenter, dwl W s Beale 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Nelson Isaac, (colored) cook, dwl 181 Stockton, 

rear 
Nelson J. dwl NE cor Second and Mission 
Nelson J. capt schooner Bostonian, Mission St. 

Wharf 
Nelson Jacob, calker, dwl S s Bryant bet First 

and Second 
Nelson James, carpenter, dwl N 8 Everett bet 

Third and Fourth 
Nelson James, laborer, 60 Clay, dwl cor East 

and Washington 
Nelson Jeremiah, importer butter, dwl with R. 

P. Clement 
Nelson John, ( Gullixson & N.) dwl 65 Kearny 
Nelson John P. porter, with W. T. Coleman & 

Co. dwl N s Bryant nr Second 
Nelson M. bds What Cheer House 
Nelson M. L. Miss, assistant teacher grammar 

department Powell Street School 
Nelson P. capt schr Commerce, Clay St. Wharf 



Nelson Peter, porter, NW cor California and 
Front 

Nelson Ralph, wharfinger, dwl 45 Broadway 

NELSON (^T/iomas) & DOBLE, (Abner) black- 
smiths, 89 Piue, dwl Presidio Road 

Nelson Wm. restaurant, Mission Street WharfJ 
dwl 5 Jackson 

Nelson Wm. cooper, N s Oregon nr Davis, dwl 
N 8 Jackson nr Front 

Nemeth Andrew, tailor, dwl 4 Spofford 

Ncppert John D. furniture, 302 Stockton 

Neppert Philip, upholsterer, dwl E s Clara bet 
Bush and Sutter 

Nerino Patrico, billiard-saloon, 21 Clay 

Nesbitt Annie J. Mrs. adjuster, U. S. B. Mint, 
dwl W s Mason bet Pacific and Broadway 

Nesmith Jenks, dwl NE cor Sacramento and San 

Neughten Malachi, laborer, dwl S s Mission bet 
Second and Third 

Neuhaus {Chas.) & Tillmann, (Frederick) whole- 
sale groceries and provisions, 111 Clay, and 
saloon NW cor Kearny and Montgomery, 
dwl 82 Kearny 

Neuhaus Henry, (Neuhatts Brothers) dwl W s 
Mason nr IJroadway 

Neuhaus Brothers, {Lnuis W. and fiewn/) import- 
ers liquors, 70 Battery, dwl W s Mason nr 
Broadway 

Neulens Julius, wood and coal, . W s Montgom- 
ery bet Jackson and Pacific, dwl E s Mont- 
gomery nr Pacific 

Neumann Edward, agent, 44 Commercial, dwl 
with A. Wassermann 

Neumeyer G. painter, bds 63 Montgomery 

Neustadter Henry, [Neusladter Brothers) dwl 
Sansome bet California and Pine 

NEUSTADTER BROTHERS, (Louis W. and 
Uenry) importers gents furnishing goods 
and Yankee notions, NE cor Battery and 
Sacramento, res New York, (see advertise- 
ment) 

Neuval Auguste, (L. Alhin & Co.) editor Biblio- 
theque'Populaire, dwl 180 California 

Nevans Alexander H. drayman, for Washburn 
& Co. dwl N s Harrison bet Third and Fourth 

Neven Selina Madame, hat-trimmer, dwl NW cor 
Kearny and Sacramento 

Neven Theodore, director, French Hospital, dwl 
N 8 Bryant bet Fifth and Simmons 

Nevifle James, clerk, W s Davis nr Jackson 

Neville Thomas J. bds with Leander Ransom 

Nevins M. bds Benton House 

Nevins T. J. Mrs. principal primary department 
Mission Street School 

Nevison Henry, salesman, 53 Montgomery, dwl 
11 Geary 

Newburger Elias, boots and shoes, 184 Clay, dwl 
61 Minnie 

Newby Christopher, miller, dwl 50 Minnie 

N^wby J. H. Miss, milliner, 58 Montgomery 

Newby S. H. Miss, milliner, 58 Montgomery 

Newcomb Charles S. bds Filbert bet Dupont and 
Kearny 

Newcomb Martin, laborer. Fay's Soap Factory, 
Chestnut nr Mason 

Newell F. R. clerk, 23 Jackson 

Newell Horace, porter, with Turner & Poors 

Newell L. W. bds Oriental Hotel 



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Newell Martin, miller, dwl E s Stockton near 

Greenwich 
Newell Patrick, blacksmith, dwl Geary bet Jones 

and Leavenworth 
Newell P. 0. C. foreman, Geuessee Flour Mills, 

dwl E s Powell bet Lombard and Greenwich 
Newell Wm. printer, with Towne & Bacon, bds 

Niantic Hotel 
NEWELL AYILLIAM & CO. ( George Daniels) 

commission merchants, 109 Battery, dwl S 

W cor Harrison and Beale 
Newfield L. dwl N s Vallcjo bet Powell and 

Stockton 
NEWHALL, {n. K) GREGORY, {Henry) & 

CO. (E. W. Eddy and Theodore Voizin) dwl 

W s Beale bet Harrison and Folsom 
Newhall Samuel W. draughtsman, 49 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Newhoff Edward, printer, .145 Clay, dwl Minnie 

bet Second and Third 
Newhoff Francis B. gun-smith, LeidesdorfiF nr 

Sacramento, dwl E s Jane bet Minnie and 

Mission 
Newkorn Solomon, cigar-maker, 148 "Washington 
Newland Edward, livery-stable, E s Kearny bet 

Market and Post 
Newland R. E. dwl 89 Washington 
Newland Timothy, laborer, N s Pine bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Newman Catharine, (widow) boarding, 60 Jessie 
Newman Chas. bda Benton House 
Newman Chas. clerk, 1 80 Kearny 
Newman Chas. L. crockery, 66 Third 
Newman Edward, {Newman Brothers) dwl 74 

Battery 
Newman Emanuel, accountant, 90 Sacramento 
Newman George, speculator, dwl Stewart Street 

Market 
Newman Gustave, laborer, Chelsea Laundry, bds 

St. Nicholas 
Newman Henry, jeweler, 61 Montgomery 
Newman {Janies) & Handy, {William L.) casks 

and barrels, 12 Commercial, dwl cor Kearny 

and Broadway 
Newman John T. drayman, at Alta Mills, dwl S 

s Tehama bet Fourth and Fifth 
Newman L. W. wines and liquors, American 

Exchange 
Newman M. J. dwl NE cor Powell and Bdy 
Newman Bros. {Thomas and Edward) brush-man- 
ufacturers, 74 Battery 
Newmark Joseph P. merchant, dwl 1 First 
Newsham John, blacksmith, Sutter Iron Works, 

dwl W s Beale nr Harrison 
Newstead Chas. drayman. Smith's Coal Yard, 

dwl N 8 Louisa nr Fourth 
Newton Anna B. Mrs. teacher, dwl NE corner 

Montgomery and Sutter 
Newton Benjamin, {J. B. Newton & Co.) resides 

New York, (office 100 Wall) 
Newton Charles, salesman, NE cor Sansome and 

Sac, dwl Tehama bet First and Second 
NEWTON JOHN B. & CO. {Benjamin Neivton) 

commission merchants, 38 California, dwl 

Clay bet Powell and Mason 
Newton Joseph, laborer, dwl North Beach 
Newton L. H. book-keeper, with John B. Newton 

& Co. dwl Clay bet Powell and Mason 



Newton Stephen A. merchant, dwl NE cor Sut- 
ter and Montgomery 
Nias George E. printer, dwl NE cor Pine and 

Stockton 
Nichol George M. foreman, with James H. Swain, 

bds IS Bush 
Nicholas G. {Crevolin & Co.) 147 Jackson 
Nicholas Margaret Mrs. dwl Powell ur Clay 
Nicholas Samuel, coffee-stand, cor Pacific and 

Drumm 
Nichols A. C. commission merchant, NE cor Clay 

and Battery, dwl S s California nr Powell 
Nichols Andrew S. with E. Johnson, Pre'o Road 
NICHOLS {Asa C.) & RAMAGE {George W.) 

clothing, 147 Washington, dwl S s Cal nr 

Powell, (see advertisement) 
Nichols Charles, asphaltum, dwl 180 Jackson 
Nichols Charles P. collection dept, Freeman & 

Co.'s Express, dwl 69 Jackson 
Nichols Edwin B. dwl S s Brannan bet Second 

and Third 
Nichols Elisha, watch-maker, 148 Montgomery, 

dwl 320 Powell 
Nichols Henry, salesman, 105 Battery 
Nichols Horace C. at 147 Washington, dwl.S s 

California bet Prospect Place and Powell 
Nichols J. gardener, nr Laguna, Presidio Road 
Nichols Jacob, glazier, dwl 1 1 Leidesdorfl' 
Nichols John, engineer, dwl 213 Sacramento 
Nichols John, upholsterer, at 19 Clay 
Nichols John S. clerk, with G. A. Van Bokkelen, 

bds 280 Stockton 
Nichols Lawrence P. cook, dwl SE cor Rassette 

Place No. 1 and Sutter 
Nichols M. bds Benton House 
Nichols Moses C. clerk, bds S s Brannan bet 

Second and Third 
Nichols Richard J. toll-collector, Jacksoli Street 

• Wharf, bds NW cor Clay and Prospect PI 
Nichols William B. brick-layer, dwl W s John- 
ston bet Mission and Market 
Nicholson Alexander, {Booth & Co.) 4 and 6 Merch 
Nicholson J. A. carrier, Alta California 
Nicholson Jacob, capt schr James E. Murdoch, 

Washington Street Wharf, resides Oakland 
Ni