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REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 



MAIN LIBRARY 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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CHAS. WOLCOTT BROOKS. W. FRANK LADD. EDWARD F. HALL, Jr. 

CHAS. W. BROOKS & CO. 

MERCHANTS, 

511 SANSOM STREET, CORNER OF MERCHAITT. 

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HlawaUsn tstaadls. 



The following First Class Cupper Packets run regularly in this Line, sailing Semi-Monthly : 



Barque SMYRNIOTE, - 
ONWARD, - - 
D. C. MURRAY, 



- -. Capt. C. H. Lovett. 

- - Capt. D. Hempstead. 

- - Capt. N. T. Bennett. 

Departure from Vallejo Street ViTbarf. 
QUICK DISPATCH. 



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Vessels of this Line insure at Lowest Rates, and have superior Cabin and Steerage 

accommodations, fitted expressly for comfort and convenience of passengers. 

Engagements made at Lowest Current Rates. 



ioodls for ihh Lme Eeeex^^edl aad (Sapefally Foipwarded 

Free of Comixiission. 



Liberal advances made on Merchandise forwarded by the above Line. 



Agents of the Line at Honolulu, 

Messrs. ALDRICH, WALKER & CO. 



VUl SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

WELLS, FARGO Sc CO. 

Express and Exchange Company. 

capttaim, .... $2,000,000. 

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( No. 84 Broadway, NEW YORK. 

PRINCIPAL OFFICES.] 

f N.W. cor. Montgomery and California Sts., SAN FRANCISCO. 



Daily — To all parts of California, Nevada and Utah. 

Weekly — To Crescent City, Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories, British 

Columbia and Southern Coast of California. 
Semi-Monthly — To New York, the Atlantic States and Europe, via Panama. 
Monthly — To Cape St. Lucas, La Paz, Guaymas, Mazatlan, and other Mexican 

Pacific Ports. 

F.^ST FltEIGMIT. 

Daily — Via Sacramen;:. ov^i Ceniral F^.ciliu stid J^lac^ivilh ilailroad, connecting 
with Pioneer Stage Co. and Freight Wagons, for Virginia City, Carson, and 
other principal points in Nevada and Utah. 

BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC THANSFERS ON 

NEW YORK, BOSTON and PHILADELPHIA, 

Payable in the principal cities of the United States and Canada. 

Sills on London, Dublin & Paris, for sale at current rates, 
LETTERS OF CREDIT NEGOTIABLE THROUGHOUT 

CALIFORNIA, OREGON, IDAHO, and 

NEVADA, WASHINGTON, UTAH TERRITORIES. 

We also issue Credits on oar New York House, exchangeable for Circular Letters, payable in 
all parts of Europe, affording to those going abroad, the safest and most convenient mode of provid- 
ing themselves with funds. 

COLLECTIONS AND COMMISSIONS 

Of all kinds executed, and Greneral Express Business promptly attended to throughout the United 
States, Canada and Europe. 

Letters, Freight and Small Parcels forwarded to the Atlantic States and Europe. 

We will also ship Bullion, Coin, and other articles of special value, on the most favorable terms, 
which can be insured if desired, under our open policies with English Underwriters. 

Orders for passage from Queenstown, London, Liverpool, Hamburgh and Havre to New York ; 
also, from New York to San Francisco. 

ImOUIS IHIcLAIffB^ 

GENERAL AGENT FOR CALIFORNIA, 

N. W, corner Montgomery and California Streets. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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C. T. HEADER. 



C. P. LOLOR. 



MEADEK, LOLOR & CO. 




JVrEROHA-lSrTS, 

]V. TV. Oor. Front a,iid Olay Streets, 



BOSTOIsT TO S-A.3Sr FIt-A.lsrGISCO. 

Goods for this Line received at Boston, and carefully forwarded free of charge by 

Sailing promptly as advertised. 
The oply really prompt Line of Ships from the Atlantic Ports. 



BOSTON PACKET OFFICE 

GLIDDEN, WILLIAMS & CD'S LINE OF CLIPPER SHIPS, FROM 
Loading only First Class Clipper Ships, sailing promptly as advertised. 

GOODS FOR THIS LINE RECEIVED AND CAREFULLY FORWARDED 

FREE OF COMMISSION. 



Liberal advances made on WOOL, HIDES, ORES, 

DYEWOOD and other Merchandise forwarded by the above Line. 

M:EAr>ER, LOLOR. & CO. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Shipping and Commission Merc&ant, 

SOS :F*x*c»n.t Stxreety 



AGENT 



ROLLINSON'S CALIFORNIA CLIPPER SHIPS, 

NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO. 

1VE:"W 'S'OIlIi:. lei r»eavl street. 



NAVAL ARCHITECT 

Models, Plans, and Specifications 

FTJI^lSriSHEID TO OmDEI?,- 
*« I*oiiit ^SLia. <^ri.eiitiii, I*otrero HViievo." 



Vessels taken out for Repairs at Low Rates. 

APPLY AT THE YARD. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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JAMES OTIS. 



W. A. MACONDRAY. 



F. W. MACONDRAY. 



SHIPPING 



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204 AND 206 SANSOM STEEBT, 



IJSrSTITXrTEID 1859. 



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FOLSOM STREET, NEAR CENTER, 



(WO"W SIXTEENTH STREET.) 



S. LAZARD & D. McLENNAN, PROPRIETORS. 

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l^jfK.TSITJF.A.C1TJTi:E:Ti.S OF .A.X.3L. ^WTOOXi 

CARPETS, BLANKETS, FUNNELS, LONG SHAWLS, BROADCLOTHS, 

Cassimeres, Tweeds, Army and Navy Cloths, etc. 



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GENEEAL AaENTS-MESSES. LAZAED FEEEES, 217 BATTEEY ST. 

BETWEEN CALIFORNIA AND SACRAMENTO STREETS. 
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SUB-AGENTS-FOR THE SALE OF CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, ETC. 

m:£:ssx^s. steiist, simoiv & co. 

632 & 634 Sacramento St., and 631 & 633 Commercial. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



THE PACIFIC IRON WORKS 




PACIFIC S^M " 







The Proprietors of the above Works invite the attention of all parties interested, to their 
improved and unequaled facilities for manufacturing , 

MACHINEBY OF EVERT DESCRIPTIOm 

Our "Works are now conceded to be the most extensive and best appointed on this Coast, and 
the character of our Machinery, we have reason to believe, will bear favorable comparison with that 
of any similar establishment in the country. Our PATTERN LIST is most complete and ex- 
tensive, embracing the late improvements in all classes of Machinery adapted to use on this coast. 

We would call special attention to the fact that we have secured the exclusive right of mana- 
facture, in this territory, to the Celebrated 

which is pronounced by Competent Engineers to be the most perfect and the most economical 
Engine now in use. 

We are also sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated 

BRYAN BATTERY, VARNEY'S AMALGAMATORS AND SEPARATORS, 

-A-wstin's ^tone Breakers, ete. 

All Orders executed with promptness in tlie most thorough and workmanlike manner. 

125 to 135 First St., and 126 to 144 Fremont St., SAN FRANCISCO. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. » 



WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. 




COR. OF BATTERY AND MERCHANT STREETS, 

No. 71 Wall street, and 93 Beaver Street, New York. 



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Agents for " Coleman's California Line " of Clippers, 

PBOM NE^W YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO. 



€ONROY &, O'CONNOR, 



xjs/l:e>ot<.t:e:jrs of 



IRON, STEEL AND OTHER METALS. 



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107 to 113 FRONT STEEET, and 208 to 214 PINE STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



FLINT, PEABODY & CO. 



NO. 716 FRONT STUJEET, 
A-nd IVo. 114 ST^VTE STJE^EET, BOSTOIV. 



^gentisi of (5MAtn & ^iJiUiamis' ^m of €\%vm^ t^om "go^im. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



THOMAS H. SB£BI & m. 
IMPORTERS OF METALS, 

116 and 118 California Street, 



BAR IRON, CAST STEEL, BOILER FUTE, 

AXLES AND SPRINGS, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, 

LEAD PIPES, ZINC, SHEET LEAD, WATER COCKS, 

'S TOILS iO MMHIIES. BllCEilTHS' TOOlli il 

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SAN FRANCISCO 




Constantly on hand, a Large and Complete Assortment of 



WHALE LINE, BALE ROPE, ETC. 

Manufactured from 



Office at TITBBS & CO., 611 and 613 Front Street. 

MANUFACTORY AT THE POTRERO. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORT. XIU 



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THROUGH IN TWENTY DAYS. 



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SACRAMENTO, CAL, TO ATCHISON, KANSAS, 

VmaiNIA. CITY, 
HEESE RIVER, 

EORT CHITTENDEIS^, 
S^LT LA.KE CITY, 
FOUT BRIDaER, 
JULESBTJUail, 

( Crossing of South Platte ) and 

EOUT KEARNY. 

The Mails and Passengers will lay over one night at Salt Lake City. 



Passengers will be permitted to lay over at any point on the road, and resume 
their seat when there is one vacant. To secure this privilege, they must register their 
names with the Stage Agent at the place they lay over. Passengers allowed 25 
pounds of Baggage ; all over that weight will be charged extra. 

The Company will not be responsible for loss of Baggage exceeding in value 
Twenty-Five Dollars. 



FOR I»JL©B-aLGE, AITLY -A.T THE 

Stage Office— What Cheer House, Sacramento, 

OR 
^VE1L.]L.S, FAH-OO &> CO., San Francisco. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



ITEMiA-LE 





SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA. 

[Female Department University of the Pacific] 

Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departments under a full corps of efficient 

instructors. 

Music, Painting Drawing, Wax Work, Embroidery, etc. 



References. 



Rev, J. T. PECK, D.D., 
Capt. J. B. THOMAS, 
Hon. J. T. McLEAN, 
Hon. C. CLAYTON, 
Hon. ANNIS MERRILL, 



San Francisco. 



Rev. M. C. BRIGGS, D.D., Sacramento, 

Rev. C. V. ANTHONY, Marysville, 

Hon. H. G. BLASDEL, Governor of Nevada, 

Hon. J. W. NORTH, Carson City, 

Rev. T. S. DUNN, Virginia City, 

Rev. a. N. FISHER, Austin. 





JPost Street between Stockton and JPowelL 



rriiicipal, . . . O^EO. B.A.TES5 ]\£.A.. 

( From Magdalen College, Cambridge, England.) 



This Institution is designed to give a First class education to a limited mini'ber 

of pupils. Constant drilling, and the thorough mastery of the studies undertaken, are considered 
more important than a superficial and therefore useless acquaintance with a large number of subjects. 
OT/ie Classical Course comprises all the Greek and Latin languages usually read at Col- 
leges, but it is required that each pupil should become perfectly familiar with the language he is 
studying. 

The Commercial Course embraces fhe theory and practice of Book-keeping, and all 

that is necessary for success in business. 

Jilodern Languages, — Pupils are taught both to translate and converse in the French, 
German and Spanish languages. 

3£atJiematics. — The instruction in this department is most thorough. Great stress is laid 
on Arithmetic, a complete knowledge of wnich is essential, both for those who are to be engaged in 
mercantile pursuits, and for those who wish to pursue higher Mathematical studies. This depart- 
ment is under the sole superintendence of the priiy^ipal, who gained a high position in the Mathe- 
matical lists at Cambridge, and who has had for his pupils some of the most distinguished Mathe- 
maticians of that University. 

TJie Premises are very large, and include all that is necessary for a School. 

il^ Prospectuses at H. H. Bancroft & Co's, 609 Montgomery Street, or at the School, between 
the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. XV 



ST. CATHERINE'S 




BENICIA, CAL. 

This Institution is conducted by the Sisters of St. Dominic, and is situ- 
ated in the healthy and accessible town of Benicia. The plan of education 
embraces the various branches of instruction usually taught in the most ap- 
proved seminaries for young ladies. Pupils of any religious denomination will 
be received, but for the sake of uniformity, all are required to be present at 
the regular religious services of the Institution. 

The scholastic year, comprising ten months and a half, opens on the twenty- 
first of August, and ends about the first week of July. No deduction will 
be made if the pupil is withdrawn during the session, except in case of sick- 
ness. Pupils will be received at any time, the fees to commence from date 
of entrance. 

The uniform for Sundays, in Winter, will be black alpaca, white collar, cuffs, 
black silk apron, white straw bonnet trimmed with white, green vail, and black 
kid gloves. For the summer uniform inquiry is to be made at the Institution. 

Besides the uniform dress, each pupil should be provided with four dresses, six 
changes of linen, towels, blankets, sheets, pillow-cases, a calico morning gOAvn, 
parasol, six table napkins, a knife, silver spoon, fork and goblet, a straw bonnet 
trimmed with green, a white Swiss muslin dress, a dressing and ivory comb, a 
hair brush, tooth brush, and nail brush. All articles should be marked with the 
name. 

TERMS PER ANNUM-Payable half-yearly in advance. 

Board and Tuition $225,00 

Entrance 10.00 

Washing 45.00 

Pupils remaining at the Academy during vacation, 

will he charged 20,00 

DRAWINa, PAINTHfQ AND MUSIC FOEM EXTRA CHAE&ES, 

There is no extra charge for the French or Spanish langnages, nor for Needle Work. 

All correspondence of the young ladies will be subject to the inspection of the 
Superior. 

Letters may be addressed to 



Sister LOUISA CNEILL, O.S.D, 



I»x'lores8. 



Xvi SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 




t. Iniiatiits' Collep, 

Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO, GAL. 



This Institution conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, was opened 
for the reception of Students on the 15th of October, 1855. On the 30th of 
April, 1859, it was incorporated and empowered to confer degrees and academi- 
cal honors in all the learned professions, and to exercise all the rights and privi- 
leges common to any other literary institution in the United States. 

THE DESIGN OF THIS INSTITUTION IS TO GIVE A THOROUGH 

1® 

It is intended for day Scliolars only. 

Jourse of Studies embraces the Greek, Latin and English Languages, 
Detry, Rhetoric, Elocution, History, Geography, Arithmetic, Book- 
Keeping, Mathematics, Chemistry, Mental, Moral and Natural 
Philosophy. The study of Modern Languages is optional. 

Besides the Classical, there is a Preparatory Department for the younger 
students, in which however, none are admitted who have not attained some proficiency 
in reading, writing and spelling. Its object is to qualify the pupils for the higher studies. 

This Institution, provided with a full staff of Professors, presents considerable 
advantages for the mental and moral training of the students. 

A COMPLETE PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS 

HAS BEEN RECEIVED FROM PARIS. 

■' ^ Laboratory contains over Two Hundred and Fifty Pure Chemicals, 

hat is necessary for the most complicated manipulations and analysis. 

^HE COLLEGE HAS, MOREOVER, A COMPLETE PH0T06RAPHIC GALLERY. 

^hic Apparatus has also been provided, which, through the kindness of 
tl. State Telegraph Company, connects St. Ignatius' College with Santa 

Cla anta Clara County. 

TERMS, :PBIt 3IONIH, 

Tuition in th.e Grammar Department, ^5 00 

do do Higlier Department, 8 OO 

do do Preparatory Department, 3 OO 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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DIRECTED BY THE FATHERS OF THE SOCIETY OF JESUS. 



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-WITH -A. FTJI^X. &TJ^FF, 



TWENTV-TWO PROFESSORS ASO TUTORS. 



-A.isrr) -A. 



THOROUaH SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION 

iisr 

lL<atlii» ]Matlieixiatlos, History, 

Gi'eelc, Natniral ©clenoee, GJ-eography, 

£:iiSli<sli, A.rltlixiietlOj Use of tlie Olo'bes* 

M-ental Plillosopliy, Book-DHLeeping, DPeninansliip. 

FRENCH, SPANISH, ITALIAN, GERMAN, 



liSEC, 



DIVIDED INTO TWO REGULAR COURSES: 



i3LJv.§SE©A3L AMID) (D® 



IMQEAIL 



BESIDES A 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 



Board and Lodging, Tuition in either Classical or Commercial Department, Washing and Mepding, 
Stationery, Medical attendance and Medicines ; fuel, baths, per week, $6.00 

Total per Session, of ten months, $350, payable half yearly in advance. 

N. B. — ^If more than two brothers enter the College, each additional one pays only $200 per Session. 



Tfie Fifteenth Annual Session begins August 28th f 1865. 



For further information, or for Catalogue of the College, apply to Rev. A. Masnata, President 
of Santa Clara College, Santa Clara County, or to Rer. A. Maraschi, St. Ignatius' College, 
Market Street, San Francisco. ^J- ..;. 

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R. TOWNSEND HUDDART, Principal. 



JUNCTION OF SECOND ANB BRYANT STS. 

S-A.3Sr FI^.A.3SrOISOO- 

This Institution has been enlarged during the past year, by the erection of a 

SPACIOUS HALL AND RECITATION ROOMS, 

Which have been provided with the best kind of Philosophical Apparatus — with 
all those modern improvements that tend to facilitate the 

PEOGRESS OP EDUCATION, 

As well as to promote the 

HEALTH AND COMFORT OF PUPILS. 

THE BUILDINGS ARE COMMODIOUS, THE DORMITORIES LOFTY AND WELL VENTILATED, 
And the whole Establishment is provided with every suitable accommodation. 



THE GROUNDS FOR EXERCISE AND RECREATION 

Occupy a 100- Vara Lot in one of the most desirable parts of the City, near South Park. 

DJB. SVDDAMT is assisted by 

EFFICIENT INSTRUCTORS 

Who co-operate with him in constant snperriuon over the Education of those intrasted to his eare. 



THE MODERN LANGUAGES-FRENCH, SPANISH AND GERMAN, 

Together with the accomplishments of 

MUSIC, PAINTING, DRAWING AND DANCING 

Are under the charge of 

jktezmIm qualified teachers. 

A Prospectus containing full information can be obtained on application at the College, 
or at the Bookstores of A. ROMAN & CO. and C. BEACH, Montgomery St. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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MiERCH^lSrTS' 








W§ & M i) w 




mSORANCE COMPANV, 



OF 



ORGANIZED, 



APRIL 2, 1863. 



NORTH-EAST CORNER OF FRONT AND CALIFORNIA STREETS, 



CAPITAL, 



$500,000. 



LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY IN U. S. GOLD COIN. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 



JAMES P. FLINT, 
C. L. TAYLOR, 
A. M. SIMPSON, 
ISAAC £. DAVIS, 



GEO. W. PRESCOTT, 
JABEZ HOWES, 
W. H. HOOKE, 
A. L. TUBES, 
R. E. RAIMOND. 



W. J. ADAMS, 
N. PIERCE, 
WM. MEYER, 
W. FRANK LADD. 



JAMES P. FLINT, President. 
C. L. TAYLOR, Vice-President. 

J. B. SCOTCHLER, Secretary. 



Insure HULLS, CARGO, FREIGHT and SPECIE to and from all parts of 

the World. 



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BAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




Insurance Company. 



CAPITAL, 



$300,000 



Insure against Loss or Damage by Fire, Brick and Frame 
Buildings, Merchandise, Dwellings, Furniture, and other In- 
surable property in the State of California, as LOW AS ANY 
OTHER SOLVENT COMPANY. 



lU USSIS FIDI DIIITEI STM CIU cm 



DIRECTORS 



John Parkott, 
Leopold Cahn, 
T. E. Baugh, 
Thomas H. Selbt, 
a. j. coghill, 
A. Block, 
E. H. Pabkeb, 



J. H. Rbdington, 
C. J. Deering, 
A. B. McCreert, 

C. DUISENBERG, 

C. J. Janson, 
Charles Hosmeb, 
J. G. Parker, Jr., 
H. Hbtkehanm, 



R. G. Sneath, 
C. F. McDermot, 
J. C. Wilmerdinq, 
Levi Stevens, 
Elias H. Jones, 
IIall McAllister, 
Albert Miller, 
B. F. Lowe. 



A. H. TiTCOMB, 

J. B. Roberts, 

F. J. Thibault, 
S. Hem EN WAT, 

G. H. Eggers, 
D. Callaghan, 
Alex. R. Baldwin. 



OFFICE— 224 and 226 California Street. 



JOHN G. PABKBR, Jr., BENJ. F. LOWE, 



Secretary. 



President;* 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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Insurance Company^ 

436 CALIFORNIA STRSBT^ 

Insure against loss or damage by Fire, on Buildings, Merchandise, Wares, 
and other Personal Property. 

CASH CAPITAL, - -' - - - - $750,000. 

ASSETS, September 30th, 1865 , - - - $1,011,900.65, 

ALL LOSSES PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES GOLD COIN. 



The Personal Liability of Stockholders, under the law of this State, recognized. 
The following List of Directors is a sufficient guarantee of the stability and respon- 
sibility of the Company : 



Louis McLane, 
W. C. Ralston, 
James Lees, 
Lloyd Tevis, 
Oliver Eldridge, 
Jonathan Hunt, 
Alpheus Bull, 
James DeFremery, 
John Wightman, 
D. O. Mills, 
A. Seligman, 
A. L. Tubbs, 
Charles Meyer, 
"Wm. Hooper, 
P. L. Weaver, 
L. B, Benchley, 
Wm. Sherman, 
J. G. Bray, 
J. B. Newton, 
S. Steinhart, 
D. Stern, 
H. M. Newhall, 
Alfred Borel, 



Wm. SchoUe, 
Edward Martin, 

D. J. Oliver, 
Wm. Alvord, 
T. L. Barker, 
A. B. Forbes, 
L. Sachs, 

A. G. Stiles, 
Frederick Billings, 
J. G. Kellogg, 
S. J. Hensley, 
Geo. H. Howard, 
J. Whitney, Jr., J 

E. L. Goldstein, 
Moses Ellis, 
Wm. T. Coleman, 
John O. Earl, 

A. Hayward, 
S. M. Wilson, 
H. Hanssmann, 
G. W. Beaver, 
Elie Lazard, 
E. W. Leonard,* 



Charles Mayne, 
Moses Heller, 
G. T. Lawton, 
Adam Grant, 
Morton Cheesman, 
G. W. Mowe, 

Sacramento : 
Edgar Mills, 

Sacramento : 
C.T.Wheeler, 

Sacramento : 
T. R. Anthony, 

Stockton : 
J. H. Jewett, 

Marys ville : 
D. W. C. Rice, 

Marysville : 
J. C. Ainsworth, 

Portland, 0. 
W. S. Ladd, 

Portland, 0. 
William Sharon, 

Virginia, Nevada. 



A. J. RALSTON, Secretary. 



J. HUTVT, I^resident. 



NOTE.—This Company added Marine Insurance to its business August 

1st, 1865, and now issues Policies on Marine, Inland 

Navigation and Fire Risks. 



XXU SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Incorporated Feb'y 23d, 1 86 1. -Re-incorporated July 28th, 1864. 

(UNDER THE STATUTES OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.) 



California Insurance 

ooM:F^]srY. 



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CAPITAL, $200,000 



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OFFICE, 318 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



CONTINUES TO ISSUE POLICIES AGAINST 











OH HUIuLS^ CARGOES^ 

FREIGHTS, COMMISSIONS, AND PROFITS: 

ALSO, AG^AINST 

LOSS Un BAMA&S ST FIB 



On Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, etc., in sums not 
exceeding $20,000 on any one Risk. 

ALL LOSSES PAYABLE IN U. S. 60LB COIN. 

ALBERT MILLER, President, 
C. T. HOPKINS, Secretary. L. STEVENS, Vice-President. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRBCTORY. XXIU 



Horth British and Mercantile 

OF LONDON AND EDINBUEGE 



Z]S7.^l:bxjXS^£:i> isoo 



CA.PIT^L, - - - - S10,000,000 

Accumulated and Invested Funds, Jan. 1, 1864, - - $11,522,500. 

Annual Income, $2,827,200. 

Deposit under California State Law, $75,000. 



SAN FRANCISCO BANKEES, MESSES. TALLANT & CO. 

In compliance with the Insurance Law recently enacted, this Company has deposited with its Cali- 
fornia Bankers, Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars, to be held subject to the provisions of said law. 

The undersigned Agent for CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA, and the Territories, issaes 
Policies insuring Property of all descriptions against loss or damage by Fire. 

3L.Imlt on Single nisks, - - - - $100,000. 

All Losses promptly paid in United States Gold Coin. 

WM. H. TILLINGHAST, General Agent, 

Pacific States and TerritotHes, 

414 California Street, San Francisco. 



FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY, 

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UHBIIIIIl BIEIBK Fill MIIUCI CIHPIM. 

0-A.MT^^lL., ------ #1,000,000. 

COXJK.T OF -A.3DIwfl:iKriSTIl.A.TI03Sr : 

Hamburg— AJJG. JOS. SCHON, Esq., Pres. Bremen— LOUIS DELIUS, Esq., 

WILHELM GOSLLER, Esq., CARL MELCHERS, Esq., 

ALBRECHT KOCHEN, Esq., CARL TEWES, Esq., 

A. J. WOLSDEN, Esq., Notary— ^D. SCHRAMM, Dr., Hamburg, 

GUST. WIELER, Esq., Manager— ALFRED KLAUHOLD,Esq.,Ham. 



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 

STORES, MERCHANDISE, DWELLINGS, FURNITURE, ETC. 

tt^ All Claims will be paid by the undersigned immediately after the amount of loss is ascer- 
tained, particular arrangements for that purpose having been made. 

MORRIS SPEYER, Agent, 

SS6 WashiDgtoa Street, between Saasom and Montgomerj. 



SDV SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



AUG. HELBING, M. GREENEBAUM, EM. STRAUS. 

HELBINGf, GREENEBAUM & GO. 



IMPOltTICltS AND TJEALEltS T\ 



Glass and China Ware, 



LOOKIN^G aL^SSES, ETC. 
Iff. E. corner Battery and Pine Sts>^ 

S&N FRA-NCISCO. 



^iiAi. lAE if iM fmmi m. 



No. 428 CALIPOENIA STREET. 



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Notice is liereby given tliat Arrangements have been entered into between the 

AND THE 

PACIFIC H&IL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, 

For the forwarding of treasure to the Bank of England, and to the Bank 
of France, in Havre, by the steamships of the two companies, by means 
of through bills of lading, to be granted by the Commanders of the Ships 
of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, for delivery to C. A. HENDER- 
SON, Agent of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, to be sent across 
the Isthmus, and embarked on the Ships of the R. M. S. P. Co. Por par- 
ticulars as to through rate of freight, apply to the undersigned. 

Arrangements can be made for the shipment of Gold and Silver Ores from Aspinwall by the 
Company's Steamers, on favorable terms. 

The steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. depart from Aspinwall to the West Indies and ScUthamp- 
ton on the 6th, (7th when there are 30 days in the previous month) and 22d of each month. 

Passages can be secured on application to the undersigned, who will give any further particu- 
lars that may be required about the Company's arrangements. 

TT. L. book:ei8,. 




SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTOEY. XXV 



The Bank of British Columbia 

I>A-IO XJI* C^FITAL, - - - #i,sso,ooo 

In 12,500 Shares, of $100 Each. 
WITH POWER TO INCREASE TO $10,000,000. 



CHAIRMAN. 

T. W. L. MACKEAN, Esq., London, (late of the firm of Turner & Co., China.) 

DEPUTY CHAIRMAN. 

ROBERT GILLESPIE, Esq., (Messrs. Gillespie, Moffatt & Co., London.) 

COURT OF DIRECTORS IN LONDON. 

JAS. ANDERSON, Esq., (Messrs. Anderson, Thomson & Co., London.) 

JAMES BOMR, Esq., (Messrs. Sninll & Co., London.) 

EDEN COLTILLE, Esq., Feuclmrch Buildings, London. 

LEWIS ERASER, Esq., (of J. & L. Eraser & Co., London, and of Maclaine, 

Eraser & Co., Singapore.) 
DUNCAN JAMES KAY, Esq., (Messrs. Kay, Finlay & Co., London.) 
ALEX. MACKENZIE, Esq., (Director of the Oriental Bank, etc., London.) 
HENRY McCHLERY, Esq., (Messrs. Cavan, Lubbock & Co., London.) 
MARTIN RIDLEY SMITH, Esq., 1 Lombard Street, London, (of Messrs. 

Smith, Payne & Smiths, Bankers.) 



PORTLAND OREGON, VANCOUVER ISLAND AND BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



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New York, AGENCY BANK OF MOlfTREAL 

Canada and British North American Provinces BANK OF MONTREAL. 

Mexico and South America, -LONDON BANK OF MEXICO & SOUTH AMERICA. 

Australia and the East, ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION. 

England, NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF ENGLAND. 

England, NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK OF LIVERPOOL. 

Scotland, BRITISH LINEN COMPANY'S BANK. 

Ireland, UNION BANK OF IRELAND. 

This Bank is now open for Business, and is prepared to receive Deposits on Current Account 
or on time : to buy and sell Exchange and Bullion : collect Bills : discount Approved Paper : 
make advances on good Collateral Securities : grant Credits, and transact a general Banking Business. 



SM FRMCISCO OFFICE, 412 C&LIFOHNI& ST. 

jr^^MIES I>. AVALIiER., Mianager. 

WM. H. TILLINGHAST, Sub-Manager. 



XXVI 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



B. ]SrA.TH:A.N, 

SuooesBor to ADOLFH HLR8CH, 
IMPORTER, JOBBER AND RETAILER IN 

Britannia and Plated Ware, 

AND 

Looking-Glasses, 

KEARNY STREET, 

Between Commercial and Sacramento, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 




Particular attention paid to Packing Goods for the 
Interior or Coast Trade. 



^ 






importers and Dealers in 

i FRENCH, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC 







/^ 



/^ 36 MONTGOMERY STREET, COR. SUTTER, A < 



% 






SAN FRANCISCO DIRBCTORT. 



X^fVll 



ROBERTS, MORRISON & GO, 



Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 



ii 



^^ m MK'WM w HrMiS 






im^ 



-A.XiSO, 



AGENTS FOR J. MILES & SON'S 

PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURE 

— OF — 

Men's, Women's, Misses' and Children's 



wlkm ml 



'^ 



J^JSTTD j^x^ao 



AGENTS FOR HOWARD, FRENCH & CD'S 



CELEBIIA.TED 






e 



2U & 218 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



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SIN FRANCISCO DIRECTORT. 



ASSAY IFFICE 



A.isrr) 




OF 



HENTSCH 6c BERTON, 

S. W. CORNER OF CLAY AND LEIDESDORFF STREETS, 



4 mmm » 



ASSAYS OF GOLD, SILVER, QUARTZ 



Returns made in from twelve to twenty-four hours, in Coin or Bars, at the 

option of the Depositor. 

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



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^^M^ji^jm^ 



OIT 



NEW TOEZ, HAMBURG, 

LIVERPOOL, BERLIN, 

LONDON, PARIS, 

FRANKFORT, GENEVA, 

(on the main.) (SWITZERLAND.) 

Deposits received and General Banking Business transacted. 



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CONSUL OF SWITZERLAND, - - HENRY HENTSCH. 



SAN FEANCISCO DIEECTOKY. 



XXIX 



TrHOLESA.LE ^ISfD RETAIL 



mA^ ^$$»ot 



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A.. G^EINTSOUL, 



MflD^ PlllSWe 



=^ji 



f[!^ilfij^\!f{t 



GLOBES, ATLASES, Etc., 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

ALSO, 



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$5 



ST^SlTIONERY, 




AND 










A.DRIE]Sr aENSOUL, 
511 MONTGOMERY STREET, 511 

(Between CommeroiAl and Sacramento) 



XXX SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



H. L. SIMON & A. WEILL, H. W. STEIN, 

San Franoisoo. Paris. 

STEIN, SIMON & 00. 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, BILLIARD CLOTHS, 
HATTERS' AND CAP MAKERS' GOODS, 

Nos. 632 and 634 SACRAMENTO STREET, 

And 631 and 633 COMMERCIAL STREET, 



A-fifenoy for tlie CLOTHS, CA-8SI3CEIIE©, TTV'EEOS, XSto. 

MAKUyACTUBED BY THb' 

MISSION WOOLEN MILLS. 



^y ORDEJIS FOR EUROPEAN QOODS promptly and carefully flUed, for a reason- 
able commission by our House in Paris, 38 Hue de I'lE^oIxiquler. 



DANIEL T. MUEPHT, ADAM GRANT, THOMAS BREEZE, JOHN DEANE. 

MURPHY, GRANT & CO. 



( Successors to EUQENE KETiIiY & CO.) 

Importers of 



FOBEIGN & DOMESTIC D£T GOODS 

CORNEB SANSOM AND SACRAMENTO STREETS, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



P. P. LOUGHEAN & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

FOREM km DOMESTIC CARPETS 

OIIi CLOTHS^ MATTIIirG^ 

RUGS, STAIR RODS, ETC., ETC., 

40§ & 402 SINSOM, COS. SACRIHBNTO STREET, 



S.A.IT FxtAJfraxsao. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRBCTORY. 



XXXI 







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VERDIER, KAINDLER, SCELLIER & GO. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



No. 633 Clay Street, bet. Montgomery and Eeamy, 

SIN FR&NCISCO. 



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PARIS No. 5 Rtie de Conservatoire. 



LOCAN & CO. 

623 Clay Street, bet. Montgomery and Eearny, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 






BERLIN ZEPHYR WOOLS, 

EmbroiderieSj, Patterns, Canras, 

EMBROIDERING FLOSS AND TWIST, 
And all other articles for Needlework at Wholesale and Retail. 










XXXU SAN VRANOISOO DIBBCTORT. 



JuIFiG 6LASS WORj 

t m » 

FACTORY, CORNER IOWA AND MARIPOSA STS. 

GM]L.£:S H. ORAY, Ag-ent. 



MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF 

LIGHT, GREEN and BLACK GLASS 

VIZ: 

Carboys, Pickle Bottles, Wine Bottles, 

MINEEAL BOTTLES, MUSTAED BOTTLES, ETC. 

IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. 

MOLDS FOR ANY SHAPE! BOTTLIZ 

Made to Order and Lettered as desired. Samples can be seen at the Office. 



MERCADO & SETJLLY. 

<»> 

SAINSEVAIN BROS. 

NATIVE GALIFOBNIA WINES 



rDctOI^ THEIR, 



Celebrated Vineyard of El Aliso, 

Sansevain's Extra CaL White Wine^ Sainsevain's Extra Fine Madeira Wine, 
Sainsevain's Port Wine, Sainsevain's California Wine Brandy, 

Sainsevain's Superior Angelica Wine, Sainsevain's California Wine Bitters, 
Sainsevain'^ Claret Wine, Sainsevain's Sparkling Champagne. 



506 and 508 Jackson Street, near Hontgom^y. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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TRAVELERS' 




HERTFORD, co]sr]sr. 

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tittjtt. 



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«^» o o s ^ ^ ^1" ^^ 

OF 

EIVBRY DSSGRIPTIOH. 



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T^e distinctive object and purpose of Accidental Assur- 

ance is simply this :— to insure against ALL KINDS OF ACCIDENTS, whether 
resulting fatally or merely involving disabling personal injury, such as all forms of dis- 
locations, broken bones, ruptured tendons, sprains, concussions, crushings, bruises, cuts, 
stabs, tears, gunshot wounds, poisoned wounds, burns and scalds, frost bites, bites of mad 
dogs or serpents, unprovoked assault by burglars, robbers, murderers, etc., the action 
of lightning or sun-stroke, the effects of explosions, chemicals, floods and earthquakes, 
suffocation by drowning or choking,. wAen such accidental injury is the cause of death 
to the insured, or of disability to follow his u^ual avocations. 



Agents In all Principal Towns and Cities. 






BEANCH OFFICE, SAN FEAHCISC6. 



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Agents appointed, Losses paid, Collections made. Correspondence promptly 
attended to, and the business of the Pacific States, under the immediate supervision of 

E. H. MAGILL, General Agent. 



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Information furnished applicants, and Policies issued and renewed with prompt- 
ness and despatch by 

L. B. DELL, Besident Agent, 

OFFICE— South-west corner of Montgomery and Oommercial Streets, 

WITH THE "PHCENIX OF HARTFORD." 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRBOTORY. 



SWEETT & GADSBY, 



( 



aaaA.^) 



mm 



) ^ ^^.Aaiv\) 



l)\IY\yaiYYie(Y\' 



\m) 



$ 

IWo. 28 Third Street^ near Market^ 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



BRUSHES, &c. 




^P^ 



PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PAPER HANGING 

Promptly and Neatly Executed, 



MIXED PAINTS OF BVSRY COLOR 

ALWAYS ON HAND READY FOR USE. 



ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PAPER HANGINGS, BORDERS, ETC. 






SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. XXXV 



THOS. TOBIN. R. G. DAVISSON. 

TOBIN BROTHERS & DAVISSON, 

IMVOMTEJtS AND JOBBEHS OF 

fmm mm mmmmi mm%. 

Hosiery and White Goods, Pocket Cutlery, Yankee Notions, Etc. 
401 to 411 Sacramento Street, corner of Battery, 

South-west corner Sacramento and Battery Sts., up Stairs, 



JMPOItTEJt AND JOBBEIt OF 

French and American Leather, 

Boot and Shoe Blachinery, 

TANNEES' AND OUEEIERS' TOOLS, ETC., ETC. 

416 !Battei?y5 cor. M!ercliaiit Street, 



ANDREW D. ING, EDMUND JONES, \ti . n 

San Francisco. JOS. BOSTON, \ **°'* ^'™^- 

ANDEEW D. ING & CO. 

Successors to Kirhy, Jones & Co, 
DEPOT OF THE 

312 and 314 Commercial Street, between Battery and Front, 



HAVE FOB SAIj:— Oak Sole Leather, Harness Leather, Skirting Leather, Belting Leather, Bridle Leather, 
Alam Leather, Kip Skins, Rossett Sheep Skins, Pump Leather, Etc., Etc. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



JONES, WOOLL & SUTHERLAND, 

MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 



^ r-llS?! 




Jfl^A Itr^'il 



FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS, 



(Oval and Square,) 



§\i^xmnpf ^xiW ^^ttxmh, (Bit, 

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No. 312 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

^ea.r California* 



FIRE A^DCSTD LIFE 



OF X.03Sr3D03Nr, 

JESTuLBXISBEJ) 1803. 



CAPITAL, $8,000,000. 

Insare Buildings, and Merchandise in them, on the most moderate terms ; also Frame Build- 
ings and Merchandise or Furniture contained in same. 



LOSSES PAID HERE IN CASH IMMEDIATELY ON ADJUSTMENT, 

IN U. S. GOLD COIN. 

LIFE INSURANCE FOR A PERIOD OF YEARS, OR THE WHOLE TERM OF LIFE. 






falk:3Vei«., bell & co. 

430 Oallfornla. Street* 

AGKNT3 FOR CALIFORNIA. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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SAIff FRAIffCISCO 









• 



OFFICE: MECHANICS' INSTITUTE BUILDING, 

No. 529 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



President ----- JAMES DE FREMERY 
Vice-President ----- ALBERT MILLER 

3di:reoxoiis : 
CHARLES PACE, WAS'N BARTLETT, R. B. SWAIN, 

GEORGE C. POTTER, C. ADOLPHE LOW, EDWARD P. FLINT. 

Cashier and Secretary JOHN ARCHBALD 

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See General Review for a Notice of the Operations of this Institution. 



EDWARD MARTIN. D. V. B. HENARIE. 

E. Mi^KTIlSr & CO. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

T 




606 FRONT STREET, 

S&N FRANCISCO, 



\%m% 



IljLJLIILI 



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CORNER GOUGH AND LOMBARD, 

GEORGE S. DANA, Proprietor. 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



CILUE, CURLED HAIB £ HEATS FOOT OIL. 



XXXVm BAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



WM. SHERMAN & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 










Oents' Furnishing Ooods, Trunks and Valises. 



WE ARE RECEIVING, BY EVERY STEAMER, 

SUPERIOR AND MEDIUM CLOTHING OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE 

ALL OF WHICH WE WARRANT TO BE OF THE MOST 8CFESIOB MAKE. 



Always in Store, a Large Assortment of 

SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS, 

LADIES' FEENCH TKAYELLIHa TRUNKS, VALISES & SACKS 

Of Every Description. 
C^ Orders for CUSTOM CLOTHING will receive our most careful and prompt attention. 



]Vos. 41S .A.]VI> 414 S^^IVSOM: STItEET, 

SOUTH-EAST COSyjSB OF COMMEMCIAl^. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

DOLEHT WAHEKOnSE 

manufaotrurers and Importers of 

fidr]t$$$, BrMl$s, SaW$$, Wltip$, 

COLLAES, SADDLE-WAEE, LEATHER, ETC. 



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SOLE AQEITTB FOB THB PACIFIC COAST FOB 



HalPs Concord Harness and Collars. 



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DS^ FIRST PREMIUM awarded MAIN & WINCHESTER by the MECHANICS' INSTI- 
TUTE, 1857 and 1858, and by the STATE FAIR at Stockton, 1857, for the best 

LADIES' SADDLE, TEXAS RANGER AND CALIFORNIA SADDLE, 

AND FOB THB BEST 



f 

TSTos. S14 and. S16 B^TTER-^^K^ STJEJ-EET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



XXXIX 





Incorporated, July 23d, 1857* 

ISTo. 619 CLA.Y STREET, 

BETWEEN MONTGOMERY AND KEARNY STREETS. 

PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENT, 

Sm tot. Burri Senj. Dm Dean. 

TRUSTEE©: 

T. L. Rutherford, Benj. 0. Devoe, Isaac Hyde, 

Wm. Bosworth, H. L. King, R. <7. Tiffany, 

Annis Merrill, J. W. Cudworth, J. M. SJiotwell. 

Atiditor, Secretary, 

JAMES O. DEAN. C. W. CARMANY. 



"The only Exclusive House on this Coast!'* 



J. H. A. POLKERS, 

Sole Agent for GEO. TIEMANN & CO., New York, 

Surgieal dni BmUl ImimmmU^ 

TRUSSES, ETC. 

Direct Importer of 

DENTISTS' MATERIALS ^^^^9^^J% 

Porcelain Teeth, etc., etc. ^^^^^^^r) 

London Elastic Stockings, Catheters, Bougies, etc. 
218 raOHTGOMXZRY ST. 




Opposite tho Buss House, 



SAN) F^AN1@I1S@@). 



' Trusses and Bandages fitted and Warranted. Apparatus for all kinds of deformities made to order.«j£!l) 
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED. GRINDING AND POLISHING DONE. 



xl SAN PRANCIBCO DIRECTORY. 



HEYNEMANN & CO. 

Importers of 

BMTIBH,FllEl€H,ji]i® SWISS 
DRY G^OODS, 

A.lVr> AGENTS FOR 

SAN FRANCIS CO PIONEER WOO LEN FACTORY. 

ORDERS RECEIVED FOR 

Any description of BLANKETS which may be desired. 

Hides and Wool Bought at Highest Market Rates. 



Exchange on England, France, and New York. 



311 & 313 OA.LIFOIMV1^^ STJREET- 



First Premium Awarded— Fair of Mechanics' Institute, 1865. 
STEAM COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS, 

CIIA.RLES BER]SrA.RD3 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

fiMiii iiiif Eli mmi. 

ALWAYS ON HAND, 

ROAST AND GROUND COFFEE AND SPICES OF ALL KINDS, 
No. 707 SANSOM STREET, CORNER OF GOLD, 

Between Jackson and Pacific Streets, BAJit FKANCISOO. 



MEEEEB, JAMES & CO. 

Importers, Wholesale and Betail Dealers in 

WAGON & CARRIAGE MATERIALS 

NOS. 12 AND 14 PINE STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

♦ 

•^3 Sd T'S E STR,EET, M:AR,irSVILL.E. 



SAN rRANCISOO DIEECTOBY, 



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GHURGH & CLARK, 

407 FRONT S TREET, SAN F RANCISCO. 

LABORATORY, ON MARKET ST., BET. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH. 

All Fire-Works Manufactured by us are Guaranteed. 

n^ Country Exhibitions attended to promptly, and men sent to superintend tliem when required. 

No. 526 Washington Street, San Francisco. 

soijE agent for 

EUGENE GREGOIRE & CO.'S Cognac Brandies. 

J. D. CASTILLO SAZERAC & CO.'S do. 

E. LAGARDE & CO.'S do. 

LEGER PRERES' do. 

J. GOERG & CO.'S Champagne, La Perle. 

C. CHATELAIN DE MONTIGNY & CO.'S Champagne. 

KOCH FILS & BUMILLER'S do. 

NUGUE RICHARD'S Vermouth. 

RICHARD & MULLER'S Kirschwasser. 



IMPOKTEHS OF 



i»ijpES, m:.^tches. Etc., 

No. 226 FRONT STREET, NEAR SACRAMENTO STREET. 

B^" WEIL & CO. receive regular Rhipments of Havana Cigars, selected for this market by their agent in Havana. 
WEIXi & CO. also receive regrular shipments of Havana and Seed Leaf Tobaccos. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 









STEXSiVTAY 8l SONS 

Firsl-Class Prize Medal at the International Exhibition, 

Held at London, in 1862, fob 

POWEEFTJL, OLEAE, BRILLIANT AND SYMPATHETIC TONE, 

With excellence of workmanship. 
There were 269 Pianos entered for competition from ail parts of the world. 

A constant snpply of these Instniments to be found at the Store of 

Publisher, Importer, and "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Musical Instruments, Book and Sheet Music, 

AND EVERY ARTICLE TO BE FOUND IN A 

TV^ELL KEFT MiUSIC STORE. 



613 CLAY STREET, (South side) 3d door above Montgomery. 

0^ Pianos Tnoed and Repaired bj Eiperienced Workmen. Second Band Pianos taken in part payment. 



tONDON ^ tANCASHIRE 



O^PIT^L, S5,000,000, 

Deposited in San Francisco, - $75,000. 



BUILDINGS, MEEOHANDISE, FURNITURE, ETC., ETC. 

Insured at lowest rates against Loss or Damage by Fire. 

All Losses paid here in U. S. Gold Coin immediately after adjustment. 

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HENRY DRESCHFELD, Agent, 
623 Montgomery Street, west side, between Washington and Merchant Sts. 

©A.N r" H -A. N CI 8 C O. 

NOTARY PUBLIC, MONEY, AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRBCTORT. xliii 



BADGER & LINDENBERGER, 

411, 413 and 415 BATTERY STREET, 

Comer of MERCHANT STREET. 



Sole Agents for CHICKERING & SONS' 












BADGER & LINDENBERGER, 

IMPOJtTEItS OF 

o ^B © ^?^s s^r m^m 

Nos. 411, 413 and 415 Battery Street, cor. Merchant, 
Attorney at Laiiir^ 

— AND — 

PEOGTOH TE ADMIB.ALTT, 

Office, 436 JACKSON STREET, 

One door below Montgomery, - - - - Satl Fvaficisco, 

A.. IP. m:olitoii, 



611 Commercial St., opposite U. S. Branch Mint, San Francisco. 

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Charges for Assaying and Smelting: 

On Gold Dust, 1-4 of one per cent, ) 

On Gold Bars, 1-8 " " [ Minimum Charge, $3.00. 

On Silver, 1 per cent, ) 

Bfineral Assays* trom. $(S to $10. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRBCTORT. 



HARVEY M. LOCKWOOD & CO. 

"Wliolesale and Retail Dealers in 

GENTS', BOYS', AND CHILDREN'S 














'Sf.^^A.t^jl 



A.:n TD 



Furnishing Goods, 

NO. 624 CLAY STREET, 

(Between Montgomery and Kearny Streets,) 



GEO. C. SHREVE. 



® 



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II^I>OItTEK.S OF 



WATCHES, 4EWEtRY, 



L. THOMPSON. 



9> 



IffoM 525 IHIontgoniGry Street^ 

S&N FRINCISCO. 



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"Watolies oa.refuJ.ly Itepaired "by experienced "Workmen, at 

GEO. G. SHREVE & GO^'S. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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C. WATERHOUSE, San Francisco. 



J. W. LESTER, New York. 



WATERHOUSE & LESTER, 



Importers of 



Hard Wood Lumber, 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



Carriage and Wagon Materials, 

Nos. 29 and 31 BATTERY STREET, 

17 and 19 Seventh Street, between I and J, 



M. LANZENBERG, Paris. JOHN UAHN, San Francisco. 

im. LANZCHBERG & GO. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Fx*encli, X^ng-lisli and Grennan 

la laiiJiiiiia 

"Vestlnsfs, Silllard Clotlis, Tailors* Trlmmlnefs, 

French. Hats, Plushes, Hat and Cap Trimmings, 

No. 628 CLAY STREET, and 633 MERCHANT STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



COUNTRY ORDERS I*R0M:I»TLY A-TTETS^OEO TO. 



PAPER, OIL CLOTH AND WINDOW SHADE 



}K:J\cii 



il 



American Flags and Regimental Banners constantly on hand and Made to Order. 

REMOVED FROM CLAY STREET TO 

Cor. Sansom and California Streets, opposite New Bank of California, 



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BAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




omoE 

McCREERT'S BUILDING, Rooms Nos. 1 and 2, Second Floor, 

N. E. Corner Montgomery and Pine Streets. 



ESTIMATES OIVEN ON 

Buildings, Railroads, Bridges, 

And all descriptions of Contract Work. 

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Bricks on hand and for sale in any Required Quantity. 




STEPHEN S. GULVERWELL, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



WINDOW FRAMES AND CASINGS. 

FHEMOHT BTRHET BTEAM MILLS, 

Near Market, San Francisco. 

Keeps conatantly oo hand and mannfactares to order all kinds of work in the abore branches, ineiading all kinds of inside finish. , 

Having superior ITfachinery. 



6. B. &, I. H. KNOWLES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Eastern Pine, Sugar Pine, White Cedar, Puget Sound and Redwood 









^ 



A Full Supply constantly on hand. 
OFFICE AND YARD 17 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Also, Piers 13 and 19 Stewart St., San Francisco. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

LOOKING GLASS, 

PORTRAIT 



JN'X> 








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OF DEVEKY DESCRIPTIOIV, 

312 BUSH STREET, RUSS HOUSE BLOCK, 



OIL PAINTINGS CLEANED & VARNISHED. OLD FRAMES RE-GILT. 

ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 



LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

IMPORTERS OF 



Tinmen's Stock, Tools and Machines, 

PLUMBERS' GOODS AND »0USE-FURNt8KtNC HARDWARE. 

ALSO, THE CELEBRATED 

r>iAM:o]vr> k,ock: cook:iivg^ stove, 

[^"Now conceded to be the Handsomest, Best Baking, and most Economical Store ever brought to this maricct..:^!! 

Nos. 112 AND 114 BATTERY STREET. 



(ESTABLISHED 1852.) 

No. 208 California Street, between Front and Battery, 

MA.TERIA.LS FOR BRET\^ERS, 
SODA MANUFACTURERS AND TANNERS. 

ALSO, CORKS AND CHOICE HOPS, IN BALES AND HALF BALES, 

^nd JLerent Soutli. Parlc Alalt House. 

Orders &om any part of the State promptly attended toi Prices given, and samples sent if desired, per retnm Express 
Refers to principal Druggists, Brewers, &c., throughout the State. 



xlviii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



JOSEPH IS^^C & CO. 

H^POPtXERS OF 

PRINTING PAPER, STATIONERY, 

PLAYIJ^G CARDS, BLAJ^K BOOKS, 
WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPERS, I. X. L. CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. 

No. 527 SANSOM STREET, COBNEB MERCHANT, 

s .A. 3sr m .A^ 3sr c I s c o- 

A Large assortment of Essences and Oils, for Liqnors, and Liqnor Labels constantly on hand. 



THOS. IsT. OA.ZNEA.TJ, 

Insurance Broker & Adjuster of Marine Losses 

AND AVERAGES. 

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Maritime and all Commercial Writings and Documents Drawn. 
CLAIMS UPON INSURERS ADJUSTED. 

CONSULTATIONS UPON ALL INSURANCE AND MARITIME SUBJECTS. 

Office, Federal Building, Battery Street, 

Oppposite Custom House, SAN FRANCISCO. 



J. BROWELL, 





f) 



No. 530 CLAY STEEET. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN ON 



Buildings, Railroads, Bridges, 

EA.ETii'V^ORKS, 

And all descriptions of Contract Work. 

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Pierce & JKnight's JPatent Cement Pipe, for Sewers, Drains, Cess- 
pools, etc., ranging in sizes from 14 to 16 inches in diameter. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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[EST-A-BIilSHEID 1859.] 

iiiif mwmWl. w. Bill, 

PARROTT'S IRON BUILDING, 

512 California Street, one door West of Montgomery, 



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GOLD DUST, GOLD AND SILVER BULLION 

MELTED and ASSAYED with Correctness and Dispatch. 



ANALYZED WITH GREAT OARE. 

Having a complete CHEMICAL LABORATORY in connection with my facilities for Melting 
and Assaying, I feel confident of being able to give entire satisfaction to all who may favor me with 
their patronage. 

WELLS, FARGO A CO. PARKOTT & CO. TALLANT & CO. DONOHOE, KELLY <k CO. 

BANK OF CALIFORNIA. B. DAVIDSON * BEBRL SATHER & CO. A. B. FORBES, Esq. 

DICKSON, DkWOLK & CO. W. B. JOHNSTON. FALKNER, BELL & CO. T. C. BANKS A CO. 

D. O MILLS & CO., Sacramento. San Francisco. 



WIGHTMAN & HARDIE, 

(Successors to FRANK BAK£R) 

414 and 416 OLA.Y STREET, 

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Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic 




PIONEER PAPER llIII.Ii. 



CASH PAID FOB 



WOOLEN AND COTTON RAGS, PAPER, 

Copper, Srassy Ziiio» Safips» X^eady Olasis, 

Sottlesy Xlope» Horns* Hides, Old Iron, etc., etc. 

OFFICE, 322 CLA.Y STREET. 

Depot, 111 and 113 Davis Street, near California, SAN FBANCISCO. 
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8 . I* . T A. Y ILi O R, Proprietor. 

All kinds of Paper on hand and Made to Order. Wholesale and Retail. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



J. o. ke:l.i.ooo. <v. nEynraTON, jr. j. u. stearics. 

KELLOGG, HEVTSTON & CO. 

ASSAY OFFICE, KEFINERY, 

AND 

CHEiMICAL LABORATORY, 
416 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



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Deposits for Unrefined Gold Bars will be returned in twenty-four hours. The 
charge will be one-quarter of one per cent, for all amounts over $1,200, and three 
dollars for any smaller amount. For Silver Bars one per cent, on the value of the 
Silver, and one-quarter of one per cent, on the value of the Gold contained. No 
charge being less than three dollars. 

Charges of Refining per ounce, gross weight, after melting : 

For Bullion umler 300 parts Gold Scents. I For Bullion from 501 to 750 parts Gold 7 cents. 

For Bullion from 301 to 500 parts Gold Scents. I For Bullion over parts Gold 10 cents. 

For Bars of our own manufacture, a deduction from the above tariff is allowed, 
making the Refining charge as follows : 

Under 300 fine, 2J cents per ounce. i Over 7.50 fine, 8 cents per ounce. 

301 to SOO fine, 4 cents per ounce. I No cbarge for refining less than three dollars. 

501 to 750 flae, 5i cents per ounce. I 

Deposits for Coinage will be refined by us immediately, and deposited in the United 
States Branch Mint, and returns made to depositors on the same day the returns are 
made to us. The charge for Coin will be one-half of one per cent., being the same as 
charged by the United States Branch Mint. 

Silver contained in the deposit will be accounted for to the Depositor, in the 
manner and at the rate customary at the Mint. 

If required, returns will be made in Refined Bars in four days, at a charge of 
one-sixteenth of one per cent, on the value of all Gold Bars over $5,000, and one- 
eighth of one per cent, on all under that amount, and one-half of one per cent, on the 
value of Silver Bars. No deposit of Gold less than twenty-five ounces, or of Silver 
less than two hundred ounces, will be returned in Refined Bars. 



Analyses of Ores, Minerals, Metals, Soils, Waters, and the Productions of Art, 

Refer to all the Banks and Gold Dust Dealers In California. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



THE BAM OF CALIFORIA 



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Incorporated under the Laws of the State. 



GIPITAL STOCK, ^ZM^M^ 

(PAID UP IN GOLD COIN) 

With, tlie Privilege of increasing to 

$5,000,000. 



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STOCKHOLDERS. 



D. O. MILLS, 
WM. C. RALSTON, 
R. S. FRETZ, 
J. B. THOMAS, 
LOUIS McLANE, 
ASA T. LAWTON, 
WM. E. BARRON, 
A. B. McCREERY, 
R. M. JESSUP, 
SAMUEL KNIGHT, 



SAl!r FBASrCISCO. 

THOS. BELL, 
JNO. O. EARL, 
WM. NORRIS, / 

J. WHITNEY, Jr., / 
O. F. GIFFIN, 
A. J. POPE, 
JOSEPH BARRON, 
A. C. HENRY, 
J. C. WILMERDING, 

PORTIiAK^O, oRE&oar. 

JACOB KAMM. 



HERMAN MICHELS, 
GEORGE H. HOWARD, 
H. F. TESCHEMACHER, 
A. HAYWARD, 
MOSES ELLIS, 
H. W. CARPENTIER, 
WM. ALVORD, 
ALPHEUS BULL. 
P. L. WEAVER. 



D. 0. MILLS, President. WM. C. RALSTON, Cashier. 



Oorrespondents in New York, LEES & WALLER, No. 33 Pine St. 
In London, ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION. 

This institution is prepared to transact a General Banking, Exchange, and Bullion 
Business in all its branches, and the immediate management of its affairs is committed 
exclusively to the President and Cashier, to whom, or either of them, the customers 
of the Bank will apply in all business matters. The regular meeting of the Board of 
Trustees takes place on the Second Tuesday in each month. 

A Branch of this Bank has been established in Virginia City, Nevada, 

and will take charge of Collections, and attend to any other business in the Banking 
line. 

OFFICE, S. W. CORNER WASHINGTON AND BATTERY STS. 



lii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

OTTO WIEDERO & CO. 

(Successors to A. DUBOIS & CO.) 

AND 

No. 433 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 
DIAMONDS AND SILVER WARE. 

A N D 

FINE QUARTZ JEWELRY ON HAND & CUT TO ORDER. 

JEWELRY MAMFACTURED, SET AND REPAIRED. 

W Watches carefully Kepaired and guaranteed for one year. ^^ 

HiBEmsri^A. 

IlSrOOK,I=OPl-A.TB3D, ISTH .A.I'I^IXja 1850, 

No. 506 Jackson St., near Montgomery Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

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

SECURE AND PROFITABLE INVESTMENT FOR SMALL SAYINGS. 

And may have an opportunity of obtaining from it the use of a moderate capital, on 
giving good and sufficient security for the use of the same. 

PRESIDENT M. D. SWEENY. 

VICE-PRESIDENT C. D. OSULLIVAN. 

TREASURER .• EDWARD MARTIN. 

ATTORNEY RICHARD TOBIN. 

Any person can become a member of this Society on pa>-ing an Entrance Fee of TWO DOLLARS, 

and subscribing to the By-Laws. 

Deposits can be made of any sum from TWO DOLLARS and FIFTY CENTS to any amount. 

5^=- LOANS MADE ON SECURITY OF REAL ESTATE WITHIN THE CITY AND COUNTY.,,^ 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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SPRING VALLEY 




Incorporated. Tinclei' A.ct of tlie Xjeslsla,tu.re» A-pril 8, 185S. 



CAPITAL STOCK, $6,000,000, 

DIVIDED INTO 60,000 SHARES OF $(00 EACH. 



SMii mmm 



Capacity, 16,000,000 Gallons. 

Francisco Street Meservoir, Capacity 8,000,000 gallons, 

Russian Hill, « " 4,000,000 " 

Buchanan Street " *' 1, 750, 000 ' ' 

Brannan Street " *' 500,000 *' 



Dam— Pillarcitos Creek, Capacity, 

ommit 



865,000,000 Gallons. 



President W. F. BABCOOK 

Vice-President WM. T. COLEMAN 

Superintendent CALVIN BROWN 

Secretary HENRY WATTSON 



LLOYD TEVIS, 
CHARLES MAYNE, 
S. C. BIGELOW, 



JOHN PARROTT. 



W. F. BABCOCK, 
N. LUNING, 
H. S. DEXTER, 



OFFICE OF THE COMPAJSir, 

S. E. CORNER OF MONTGOMERY AND JACKSON STS. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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CO 

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GO 



Nos. 211, 213, 215, 217, 219, 221, 223 and 225 Market Street, 

Between Beale and Main, ^i^fsj ]F]MM€SB'S€>o 



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HOBBS, GILMORE & CO. 



MJJfVFACTTJUEJtS OF 



ALSO, 



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BEE HIVES OF Alt. DESCRtPTtONS MADE TO ORDER. 



FIRST PREMIUM 



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613 BATTERY STREET, 
Between Jackson and Pacific, Setxx iFx^^tzxclsco. 



HAS COXSTAIfTLT OH HAND A LARGE A8S0ETMENT OP 



The Best Billiard Tables, with all the Modern Improvements, 

ALSO, BILLIARD TRIMMINGS OF E^T:RY DESCRIPTION- 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. Iv 



E. T. DUDLEY. C. GERHARDY. 

DUDLEY & GERHARDY, 

422 BATTEEY STREET, up stairs. 



IMPOBTEHS AND jDEAZEHS IX 



BOOT & SHOE FINDINGS, 

SOLE LE^THEH, 

Sin FRANCISCO. 



R. G. SNEATH, 
Wholesale Grocer^ 

No. 408 FRONT STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



.a. sr o :^ s: s 3 
SIVEATH & BOARMAIV^ 

RED BXiXTFF. 

R. G. SISTE^TH, 
Portland, Oregon. 

E,. Gr. SlSrEA.TE[, 

VIEGINIA CITY, NEVADA. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 



DRUGGISTS' AND CHEMISTS' GLASSWARE, 

Assayers' Articles, Corks, Tw^ines, Etc. 
512 & 514 WASHINGTON ST,, SAN FRANCISCO. 



A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 



Crucibles, Furnaces, Muffles, Cupels, Test Tubes; also. Soda Stock, Labels, 

PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. 



E. T. PEASE. 



CHAS. H. GRIMM. 






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DEALER IN ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 

GALIFORHIA JKTlNESn 



9 



ji.GENT FOR THE 



BOSQUE JO VI NEYARD, T EHAMA COUNTY, CAL. 
311 1-2 battehy street, cobjstbr commercial 



J. & G. SGHREIBER^ 




IMPOKTEBS OP 

PULU, CUELED HAIE, TOW AND MOSS, 

SEI> XACE, SJPMIAGS, TWINE, ETC. 

Sole Manufacturers of PULLEE'S PATENT 8PEIN& BED ; The 
Best in Use ,• TRY ONE, 

406 SANSOM: SXItEET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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THE 

mm mm Mim® 

SUa^R COMPA.NY. 

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O^^MT^^IL., ------- #800,000 



This Company owns the San Francisco Sugar Refinery and the Pacific Sugar 
Refinery, in the City and County of San Francisco, which, combined, form the 

LARGEST SUGAR REFINING ESTABLISHMENT 

IN THE UNITED 8TA.TES. 

And possess a capacity equal to the Refining of Twelve Thousand Tons annually. 

ITS PRODUCTS ARE 

Double Refined Loaf, in Loaves and Cut, for table use, 
{A^) Standard Crushed Lu^np Sugar, 

{A^ B) Second Quality Crushed Lump Sugar, 
(B) Comtnon Crushed Lump Sugar, 
Powdered Sugar, Best and Common, 
Granulated White Sugar, for Coffee, 

Yellow Mefined Coffee Sugar, marked (O) 

( This Sugar is, for Coffee, preferred to White.) 

Yellow Itefined Coffee Sugar, Second Quality, marked (13) 
Syrup, Golden, 

Syrup, Sugar House, 

Sugars and Syrups, for export to the British Possessions, Mexico, etc., are entitled 
to a return of duty from the American Government, as follows : 

On White Sugars, three cents per pound. 

On Yellow Sugars, two and a half cents per pound. 

On Syrups, six cents per gallon. 

GEO. GORDON, Manager. R. FEUERSTEIN, Commercial Agent. 

BOARD OP TRUSTEES: 

Geo. Gordon, President, N. Luning, W. C. Ralston, Charles De Ro, 
R. Feuerstein, W. Hooper, Secretary. 



OFFICE, 310 COMMERCIAL STREET. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



UNION IRON IVORKS 




HENRY J. BOOTH. GEO. W. PRESCOTT. IRVING M. SCOTT. 

XX. or. 3soc>'Qc?'xx «je3 oo.^ 

:R-I-A.3SrXJr-A.OTTJI^EIl,S OF 

Locomotives, Marine and Stationary Engines, 
FLUE, TUBULAR, CORNISH, AND MARINE BOILERS. 

HOISTING MACHINES. 

Pumps and Pumping Machinery^ 







ALL KINDS OF 

Stamp? and Mortars, Amalgamating Pans and Separators, of the most 

Improved Patterns. 

Sole Manufacturers of BLAKE'S QUARTZ CRUSHERS. 
Patterns and Pattern Making of all kinds carried on. 

OIL MACHINERY OF MOST IMPROVED KINDS, 

PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS for Mills and all kinds of Machinery furnished 

""'' '' '° ' H. J. Booth & Co. 

First Street, between Market and Mission, San Francisco. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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FIRC ITITORKS! FIRE ITITORKS!! 



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£:sts^t>lisilied in 18SO. 



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TRIPP & ROBINSON 



Manufacturers of all kinds of 







LABORATORY, HOWARD STREET, NEAR TWENTY-FOURTH. 

We guarantee all our Work to be the best that can be manufactured, and sold at a 

price less than elsewhere, 
1^ Orders sent to the Laboratory, or to A GIORGIANI, 421 Washington 
Street, promptly attended to. 

WE ARE THE ONLY PYROTECHNISTS IN THE STATE THAT BO NOT IMPORT FIRE WORKS. 
ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTUME ! 



M. E. FITZ-GIBBON^ 

MAWTJFACTUKEB OF 

ISflilflM illlWilli 



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I^o. 204 BUSH STREET, 

( Second door west of Sansom, ) 
s -A- 3sr r It -A. 3sr o I s c o. 



ARCHITECT, DESIGNER AND DRAUGHTSMAN, 

No. 410 KEAENY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Designs Furnished for Public and Private Buildings, Tablets, 
Monuments, Fresco Painting, Etc., Etc. 

BUILDINGS SUPEMINTENDED DURING CONSTRUCTION. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



J. K. FHIOR, 

Importer and Dealer in all kinds of 











AND 





a IP® 




730 MONTGOMERY STREET, 
Near Jackson St., 0pp. Metropolitan Theatre, 



Fancy and Plain Wash Basins, 



fs &w^w^Mf,y( 



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SILVER PLATED COCKS, BATH TUBS, SHEET ZINC, 
SHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPE, 

GALVANIZED AND PLAIN IRON PIPE, 

ALL. SIZES, FOR 

GAS, STEAM AND WATER, 

In lots to suit, together with Elbows, Tees, Return Bends, Stop Cocks, Plugs, 
Bushings, Nipples, etc.; Rubber Hose, Hose Bibbs, Hose Pipes, etc. 

The Celebrated Medal and Monitor Ranges, 
Gas and Steam Fitting and Plumbing in all its Branches. 



SAN PKANCISCO DIRECTORY. Ixi 



WILLIAM CRAINE, 

No. 634 Washington Street, 
SAF FHAFGISGO, 

Offers his services for the Preparation of Accurate 



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FOU BUILDINGS 

Of every Description, and to Superintend the Erection thereof. 

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smaiiwi jwiPii?!®. iiaiaBii. mm mim%. 



Propeller Amalgamator, 



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pf <A w~ wa^L iw{\ m^ ¥^i^ i?»c\ '^0^;: "M'"' ^m"* m_, ^a^ jo 



m^m^'^.^m'^ 



Has been in use and thoroughly tested both in California and Nevada 
WITH ENTIRE SATISFACTION 

To all parties interested. 

These Machines are made ENTIRELY DIFFERENT from any others, 

And with the same Power will Grind, Amalgamate, Settle, and Separate more 
Gold and Silver Ores than any other now in use. 

Manufactured at the San Francisco Foundry, 

Where Machines can be seen in Operation. 
>^ r> x> XI £: s s 

J. A mr. c. SALiinoiv. 



Ixii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ST. MARY'S COLLEGE 

S^N FRi^LNCISOO. 

THE OBJECT OF THIS INSTITUTION IS TO IMPART 

A SOUND PRACTICAL EDUCATION 



AT THE 



LOWEST POSSIBLE COST, 
Thereby Placing its Advantages witliin Reacli of All. 

The course of Instruction, besides the usual English branches, comprises 

MATHEMATICS, BOOK-KEEPING, 
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES, 



So that boys, whether destined for Mechanical, Commercial or Professional pur- 
suits, can select such studies as will best fit them for future avocations. 



teiim:s: 

Board and Tuition, per Session (of 10 to 11 Months) - - - $175.00 
Wasliing, Mending of Linen, etc., do. do. - - - - 25.00 

No Extra Charges, save for Music and Drawing, which are $3 a month, each. 

In case of withdrawal, (except for sickness, or parents leaving the country) the party 
will forfeit a Quarter Session, or the remaining portion of the half-year. 

The pension to be paid half-yearly, in advance, with a deposit for current expenses, 
forjbooks, etc. No Student will he received without such deposit. 

For further information application may be made to any of the Catholic Clergymen 
of the State, or to 

Rev. P. J. GREY, 

I'E.ESIIDEITT. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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i€iaat4/<^ f^anc^ ^<?o^, ^mMwaie^ w^.j w^. 



mwmm^ %^^m ^ 



Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 



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iOOpCMSCIi 



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410 FRONT STREET BLOCK, 

San Franciscoi 

ASA D. NUDD. CHAS. S. LORD. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



M:ExicA.]sr 







FOR 



PORTLAND, OREGON, AND VICTORIA, Y.I. 

Sierra Nevada, Oriflafflrae, & Oregon. 



FOR, 



EUREKA, (HUMBOLDT BAT) TRINIDAD, 

Al® SESSSilT eSTY, 

Steamships Del Norte and Panama. 



roR. 



CAPE ST. LUCAS, MAZATLAN, 

Miontlily- 

Steamship JOHN L. STEPHENS. 
JSSSB HOIiiLiADAT^ Agent^ 

Office, S. W. Corner of Front and Jackson Sts. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. kv 



L. B. BENCHLEY & CO. 

IMPORTEBS AND JOBBERS OF 

American and Foreign 










CUTLERY, 

Etc., Etc., Etc. 
No. 3 FRONT STREET, NEAR MARKET 



cox & NICHOLS, 

422 BATTEMY STREET, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



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Leather, Hides, Oils and Tallow, 



AND DEALERS IN 



TANNERS' TOOLS AND MATERIALS, 



AGENTS KIBBY & CO.^S 



Santa Cruz Harness, Skirting & Sole Leather 
sAiiir FRAnrciSGO. 

JAMES W. cox, A. C.NICHOLS. 

Iiste Cos, Wlllcutt A Co. 



Ixvi SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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iraiL & iWIN MHIFIlCTni tOIPiY, 

OF NEW BRITAIN, CONN., 

MAIVVFACXCREKS OF A.3ri> 'WHOE.ESA.I^i: DEAI^ERS HT 

HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

KiSMIlE eiLfliii Willi if@3 

106 & 108 BATTERY STREET, 



^7 <C* 80 JBeekinan Street, Neiv York, 
22 SoutJi 5th St,, Philadelj)hia, 138 Congress St,, Boston, 



Sole Agents Lillie's Celebrated Chilled Iron Safes, 



B. L. SOLOMON & SONS, 



FURIfflTUREi COVSRIHGS^ 



MANTTFACTUBERS OP 



WINDOW SHADES & PAPER HANGINGS. 



N. W. Corner Battery and Pine Streets, 
AND NO. 369 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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HUNT'S 

DPDiP 



Nos. 1 08 J 10 & 1 12 Jessie Street 



MANUFACTUBEK OP 

Hunt's Patent Self-regulating Endless 
Chain Horse Powers, 

Honf s Patent Windmills, 

SEZF-BEQ VZA.TINO. 

HUNT'S PATENT ADJUSTABLE 

WSaUfflSILiILa 



HUNT'S PATENT PUMPING 

Hunt's Portable Sweep Powers. 

HUNT'S PUMPS, EIGHT SIZES. 



AND 

DEEP-WELL PUMPS. 

Saw Frames and Saws 

FOR SAWING FIRE WOOD. 



JESSIE STREET, MM FEiiH^SMOo 




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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



MEMBER OF THE 



66 



AND 

Heal Estate and Mloney Broker, 

612 3Ierchant Street, bettveen Montgomery and Kearny, 



Importers , Wholesale and Betail Dealers in 



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i>x.-A.iiT jn^isiiD r-A.nsrc"sr coloreid 



M>* 



itop^irfet ®il ^mtttittg^, etc 

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Hm f Sillg, MSW§ii, Hi €Ef Mf iBIII 

KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



Manufacturers of Gold Frames of every Variety and Style. 

Orders from the Country solicited, and promptly attended to. 

Nos. 528 SANSOM, and 427 WASHINGTON STREETS, 

Factory— 414 Merchant Street, below Sansom. 






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TOB-A.OaO, ETO- 
CORNER CLAY AND BATTERY STREETS, 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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LEANDER RANSOM, 





AND PRACTICAL SURVEYOR. 

ALSO, 

STATE LOCATING AGENT FOR SCHOOL LANDS 

Havinj; been engaged in the construction and management of the Public Works of 
the State of Ohio, for twenty years, and having had charge of the Public Surveys of 
the State of California, for seven years, and the disposition of the School Lands of the 
State for six years, and having provided his office with maps of all the Public Surveys 
of the State, as well as with the Land Laws, Instructions, Rules and Regulations of the 
State, and the United States, he deems himself prepared to give any desired information 
relating to the lands of the State, or to transact any business appertaining to the entry, 
location, purchase, or sale of the same. 

E^^'Mapa and plats furnished when required. 
Field notes of intricate surveys platted, and quantities calculated. 
Deeds with difficult descriptions carefully drawn. 

Field work, either surveying or levelling, executed promptly, and every other kind of business connected with 
Public Works or Lands attended to with dispatch. 

Office, 625 Merchant St., adjoining U. S. Land Office, San Francisco, Cal. 



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No. 611 Montgomery St., Cor. of Merchant, 

IMPOMTEIt Ayj) DEAjLEB, IN 




8) 
Envelopes, 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 possible time. 

American and Foreign Subscription Agency for Magazines, Newspapers, and 

other Periodicals, 
Esttiblished for the express purpose of supplying the People of the Pacific Coast with any publica- 
tion of the above description, 
tt^ A Circular will be sent to any person, on request, giving a more extended list. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



WILLIAM H. BELL, 



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COMPRISING THE 

Eleventh and Twelfth Election Districts, 

i30UJvr>Er> A.S follows: 

Eleventh District. — Shall be hounded hy Seventh Street on the east, by Market Street and 
Ridley Street, in a direct line to the Pacific Ocean, on the north, by the Pacific Ocean on the west, 
and by the line of San Mateo County and the Bay of San Francisco to the line of Seventh Street, 
on the south and east. 

Twelfth District. — Shall be bounded by Larkin Street on the east, by Market Street and 
Ridley Street, in a direct line to the Pacific Ocean, on the south, and by the Pacific Ocean and the 
Bay of San Francisco on the west and north. 

<X> 5"P ^ ZS^ Zl C^ 5~^ S 

IKF* side Valencia^ near Sixteenth Sti 

MISSI01 l©1011i« 



MCGREGOR'S TRANSIT OBSERVATORY, 




SSS'Z'.A.aSXaXSXZEIZ^ ZrO* 1848. 



OUSERVE— 30 YEA-RS' EXTERIENCE. 



E^='JOSEPH McGEEGOR begs to announce to Merchants, Captains of Ves- 
sels, and the public generally, that he possesses unequaled facilities for the ac- 
curate repairing of Chronometers and Watches, on more reasonable terms 
than those generally charged. Chronometers and Watches are often in this 
country intrusted to incompetent workmen. J. McG. is prepared to readjust and 
repair.'in first rate style, all Chronometers and fine Watches put into his hands. 

FOR SALE.— Chronometers by the most eminent makers; also, Sextants 
and Nautical Instruments of all kinds; or he will accurately repair and adjust 
them. Best Nautical Charts for all parts of the World. Give me a trial and 
judge by the result. Charges moderate. 

No. 409 Sansom Street, under St. Nicholas Hotel, San Francisco. 



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SHIP, 

Sign and Ornamental 




PAPER HANGERS, CRAINERS, GILDERS, ETC., ETG. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Ixxi 



J. C. MERRILL & CO. 



A.3SriD 




PAKTICULAB ATTENTION PAID TO 



Forwarding and Transhipment of Merchandise, Sale of Whalemen's Bills and other Ex- 
change, Insurance of Merchandise and Specie tinder Open Policies, 
Supplyiity Whale Ships, Chartering Ships, JBtc. 

Nos. 204 and 206 CALIFORNIA STREET, 




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90 BMOAJDWAY, NBW YOBK. 



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HUGO WESENDONCK, President. 

FRIEDR. SCHWENDLER, - Vice-President and Act'g Sec'y. 

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BOAJtJ> OF MFFFBFNCE FOB CAJLIFOBNIA. 



JOSEPH A. DONOHOE, Esq. 

Of Messrs. Donohoe, Kelly & Co. 
C. F. MEBIUS, Esq. 

Consul for Bavaria. 
J. W. BRiriAN, Esq. 

Of Messrs. J. W. Brittan & Co. 
GUSTAVUS MAHE, 

Director French Savings and Loan Soc'ty. 



WM. C. RALSTON, Esq. 

Cashier Bank of California. 
ELIE LAZARD, Esq. 

Of Messrs. Lazard Frferes. 
EDWARD VISCHEU, Esq. 

consulate of Austria. 
HENRY SELIGMAN. Esq. 

Of Messrs. J. Seligman & Co. 



General Agent for California and the Pacific Coast, 
BEiRIffHARD GATTBLi^ 

SS'cajo ^ill^> SwC2(a>CELa^c2>i22ic©ap^ ^^kij^c^c^tla 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



S. R. DTEE. 



D. ROEOHL. 



M. BUTLER. 




'^ 



GEiN-EHA.!. 




AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Salesroom, Cor. Montgomery and Pine Sts. 

Goods of every description received on Consignment, for either Public or Private Sale. 
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PURCHASED. 

Parties declining Housekeeping will find it to their advantage to call upon us before making any dis- 
position of their effects. Goods at Private Sale, at Auction Prices. Regular Sale Days for House- 
hold Furniture, MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, at Salesroom. Sales held at Dwellings when 
required. Prompt returns made for all Sales. 

Liberal Cash Advances made on Consif/nments. 

THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAH) FOR SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. 

All Bills Payable in United States Gold Coin. 



SAMUEL L HARRISON, 



AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 
SAivrsom strseit^ hear bush^ 

Under the Cosmopolitan Hotel, SAN FRANCISCO. 



116 Sacramento, and 115 Commercial Streets. 

MALLORY, LEIHY & CO. 

Hare constantly on hand, and grind to order, all kinds of 

Feed, Corn Meal, Oatmeal, Rye Meal, Large and Sinall Sominy, Buck 

JFJieat Flour, Mye Flour, Buck Wheat Crvoats, Split Peas, Ground 

Barley, Ground Oats, Cracked WJieat, Corn, etc., etc. 

l!^°*Seed Wheat Cleanedi Orders for grinding promptly attended to, and satis&ction guaranteed. Your 

Order respectfully solicited. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Ixxiii 



HENRY HXJG^HES, 

IMPORTER OF MEiyr^S 




-A.3SriD 



DRY GOODS, 

for M^xi^o aiti 



Nos. 218 and 220 BATTERY STREET, 23 GREAT SAINT HELENS, 



STii^TM:^]sr & CO. 

506 WASHINGTON STREET, NEAR SANSOM, 

s-A.3sr m-A.2sroisoo- 






Ixnporters and Wholesale I>ealers in 

STATIONERY AND CHEAP PUBLICATIONS. 

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U'OTICE— All miscellaneous orders outside our Regular Business, attended to with prompt- 
ness and dispatch, without charge. 



omoE I 

406 Montgomery Street, opposite Wells, Fargo & Co,' 8, 
S^3Sr FRA.NCISCO. 

Incorporated, 1801. 

<S^ rya rp a q C^ 5"a^ Q^ ^ 8 

President THOMAS MOONEY. 

Secretary L. R. TOWNSEND. 

OFFICE : AFTEB FEBRUABY Ist, 1860. 

405 AND 407 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Opposi1:e Sank of Oalifornla. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Ft. H. ROSENBAUM & CO. 



IlVII>ORa?EIlS OF 



-A-QElsTTS FOU 

CHANCES WHITE CRYSTAL SHEET, STAINED, ORNAMENTAL, 

AND AUL KINDS OF 

JRough Plate for Sidewalks, German Looking Glass Plates, 
Framed Looking Glasses of all Sizes. 



421 AND 423 BATTERY STREET, NEAR MERCHANT, 









COFFEE AND DININa 









612 AlffD 614 imOHTGOMBRT ST. 

between Clay and Merchant, 



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ANDEEW YOUNG, - - - - Proprietor. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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PHP 





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ORGANIZED, 1862. 



SHARES, 



SlOO Ei^CH 



This Company has erected extensive works at the junction of 
Second and Townsend Streets, which are now fully completed. 
Pipes have been laid through Third, Market and Montgomery 
Streets, and will be continued through the various streets and 
thoroughfares contiguous. The operations of this Company will 
tend to decrease the price of Gas, which, at present rates, is beyond 
the reach of many. 



A. C. ITITHITGOmiB. 

SECR,ETA.I^"5r, 

SAMUEIii I. G. iSlTITEIZEIY. 



OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, 

S Waskingtan Street 



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8AN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



INSUEE WITH THE iETNA. 



tmm ®@®t s® ¥iis ess@4iiit» 



FORTY-FIVE YEARS 

Of successful experience have placed this sterling old company at the head of 



9 WA**j *i^v> *-w»-v«#5 

FOUR iaii:.iiio]ffs dolliARS. 

Absolute and unimpaired, with a current income of ONB AND A HAXF MIUjIONS 

per annum, indicate its ability. 




OF IIA.E.TFOIiX>, C01T3>T. 



INCORPOBATED, I8I9. - - « GH&RTER, PEBPETU&L. 

m»» 

SPECIAL DEPOSIT IN SAN FRANCISCO, 



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In compliance with the State Laiv, to he held subject to said provisions, 

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Nos. 224 and 226 California Street, 

SBTSTBED: B&X7BBT AMI» VSHHWS SVBEBSS, 

Insurance against loss or damage hy Fire effected as low 
as with any solvent company, 

au mutt MM WM w miit% CTwiEi iDiD mm 

EIDITITARD H. PARKBR^ 

iLKen-t for tlie Paolflo Ooast. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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OP SAN FRANCISCO. 



os« 416 aad 



Califoraia Streets 



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INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY. 



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LOSSES PAID IN UNITED STATES GOLD COIN. 



%M% ^^%.'§^'^"^ \'^^'^'^li1 ^%^''^^W 

LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE 

Brick and Frame Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, 

Vessels and their Cargoes while in port, and 

other insurable property. 



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•O* (X) IXi ^ 3 



J. Mora Moss, 
James Otis, 
'Wm. E. Barron, 
J. Or. Kittle, 
Jos. A. Donohoe, 
Jas. C. Conroy, 
P. H. Bxirnett, 
Moses Heller, 
Iiafayette Maynard, 
Chas. Ij. IjOW, 
Jacob Scholle, 

Ii. Cunninghain, 



Ii. CunningHam, ) «„^„ .„^ 
William Smith, 1 Marysville. 



C. Christiansen, 
Joseph Seller, 
I.. H Allen, 
Alfred Borel, 
C. Temple Emmet, 
J. Y. Hallook, 
Benjamin Brewster, 
Jas. B. Haggin, 
Thos. H. Selby, 
Nicholas Luning, 
John Farrott, 
Caleb T. Fay, 



J. Underhill, 
M. D. Sweeny, 
Moses Ellis, 
James Fhelan, 
Gustave Touohard, 
Michael Castle, 
Nicholas I>aroo, 
N. Qt. Kittle, 
"Wm. O. Talbot, 
Patrick MoAran, 
Geo. C. Johnson, 

B. F. Hastings, 

Sacramento. 



CHARLES D. HAVEN, 

Secretary, 



CALEB T. FAY, 

President. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



THE NE^^ YORK 



X2S'X'.A.:0XjXSXZXIZ>, 184S. 



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Assets, May 1st, 1865, over ■ $4,000,000. 

ANNUAL jyiVIDEND, 50 :PBR CENT. 



MORRIS FRANKLIN, President. ISAAC C. KENDALL, Vice-President. 

WILLIAM H. BEERS, Actuary. 

This Company is one of the oldest institutions of the kind in America, having been chartered in the 
year 1841, and commenced business in May, 1845. 

During the twenty years of its existence, it has issued policies upon the lives of more than thirty 
thousand persons, and has paid in losses 83,000,000 to the families and representatives of those who 
have deceased while members of the Company. 

This Company offers liberal assistance in the pajrment of premiums by allowing credit for a por- 
tion thereof, by which persons are enabled to secure a much larger amount of insurance than can be 
obtained for the same expenditure in an all-cash Company. 

AGENT FOB CAJOIFOSXIA, 

South-West Corner of Montgomery and California Streets, 

Medical Examiner, JOHN HASTIKaS, M. D. 



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Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 

Saddlery, Harness 



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520 AND 522 SANSOM STEEET, 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. Ixxix 



JOS. TILDEN. H. L. BREED. 

TILDEN" & BREED, 

{SUCCESSOJtS TO JJfO. PEJtRY, JR.) 

ST®®! AlB IMIAWSI B1@]SS1S 

No. 611 Montgomery St., San Francisco. 



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Bonds, Mining Stocks, and Government Securities bought and sold in the 
San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board, 

REFERENCES: 

Messrs. MACONDRAT <fc CO. Messrs. JOHN SIME A CO. Messrs. E. COPMAN & CO., Boston. 

" WM. T. COLEMAN <fc CO. " TKEADWEIL & CO. " F. SKINNEK & CO., " 

Messrs. EDGENE KELLY & CO., New York. 



LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



sioo,ooo 

Deposited with the InsDrance Department of the State of New York, as security to Policy Holders. 



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Assets, (steadily increasing) $400,000 

Annual Income, over 300,000 

WALTON H. PECKHAM, President. 
HENRY V. GAHAGAN, Secretary- 

R. McMillan, m.d. h. p. coon, m.d. aug. alers. m.d. 

Kelerences t 

WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. MURPHY, GRANT & CO. 

THOMAS H. SELBY & CO. J. SELIGMAN & CO. 

ROBERTS, MORRISON & CO. RT. REV. WM. INGRAHAM KIP. 

JAMES R. GARHISS^ Agenf^ 
526 XV^.slxlxxg^'toxi. S-txree-t. 



IVJasonic Temple, ISct, ^ IMontg-oiiiei'y St. 



FLAGS, BANNERS, ETC., ETC. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. UNDER LINEN, HOSIERY, ZEPHYR, 

And Furnishing Emporium! 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




( Near San Bruno Road — six miles Southeast from City Hall.) 

This elegant Resort is now complete, and every accommodation 

Known to the Best 



Tlr jn 




4€1 €#® 

IN AMERICA OR EUROPE, CAN BE FOUND HERE. 





THE 







Is spacious and finely arranged for a splendid view ; while every Department 
conforms to the modern style and wants of the public. 



THE 



Are ample, and constructed in the very best style, for the grooming and general care 

of blooded stock. 



A MAGNIFICENT 



Connects the Park with the Mission Dolores, and "thence with the suburban 

streets and avenues. The public may rest assured that everything 

will be conducted in accordance with the rules governing 

i^^HU IS^2.2^£3^ C^IlSLSSSS O^SiCSC^ C^CS)T^Q^^C&@o 

GEORGE HEARST & CO. 

I^KOPRIETORS. 
W. P. WILLIAMSON, 

Superintendent and Manager. 




SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Ixxxi 



BLAKE & CO. 



524 Montgomery St. 



We have added to our Stock a Rich and Complete 
Assortment of 

ARMY AND NAVY GOODS, 

Swords, Sashes, 

Belts, Epaulettes, 

Shoulder Straps, Sword Knots, 
Spurs, Flags, 

Feathers, Laces. 

AND 

EMBEOIDEEIES OF ALL KINDS. 

Hats, Caps, Chapeauz and Trimmiags 

MADE TO ORDER. 



JAMES HARRIS & GO. 



M^:tsrTJFA.CTTJEERS, 

IVIiolesale and JRetail, 

425 California Street, between Montgomery and Sansom. 

Factory, G39 Market Street, opposite Montgomery, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



BERNIS BUILDING, 

No. 626 California St., bet. Kearny and Dupont, 



BIRDS AND ANIMALS STUFFED TO ORDER. 



A large Assortment of Birds' Skins, Mounted Birds and Glass Eyes for sale. 



Ixxxii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



THOMAS E. PINLEY, 

iDealer in ^Reliable 

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J *sf«a,«»<am*^as««»'«ii/5 



'WHISl^I^S. ^ 



FINE PORT ITiriHS^ VINTAGE 1835 

SUITABLE FOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSES, 

D3y tbe Sottle and Oalloxi. 



BEST BRANDS CHAMPAGNE AND CLARET, 

ENGLISH and SCOTCH ALE and POBTEE. 



J. H. Cutter's 0. K. No. 1 Bourbon Whisky 
SONOMA RED and WHITE WINES, 

T^H O Ij E S A.Ij E -A. ISr 3D I^ET-A-IL. 



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HAVANA CIGARS RECEIVED DIRECT EVERY MONTH. 



113 Leidesdorff Street, bet. Sacramento and California, 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. Ixxxiii 



ADELSDOEPER BROTHERS, 

FANCY GOODS, CUTLERY, 

PLAYING CARDS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC. 

No. 2 Custom House Block, cor. Sansom and Sacramento Sts. 
s.A.isr Fit-A-isroisoo. 



JOSEPH DELLEPIANE. PIETRO AL.FERITZ. 



AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

6E00ERIES, PROVISIONS, MEXICAN PRODUCE, 
426 Battery Street, and 329 Washington Street, 



THCOS. :Nr. O^ZISTEA-TJ, 

Insurance Broker & Adjuster of Marine Losses 



AND AVERAGES. 



Maritime and all Commercial Writings and Documents Drawn, 
CLAIMS UPON INSURERS ADJUSTED. 

CONSULTATIONS UPON AIL INSURANCE AND MARITIME SUBJECTS. 

Oflace, 436 California Street, near Montgomery, 

SAW FRANCISCO, 



Celebrated. 



AND 

DAGUIZRRCAN GALLBRY^ 

612 Clay Street, North side, a few doors West of Montgomery 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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i^i^ams, 



NO. 521 MONTGOMERT STREET, 



Het-wccn Clay ivncl Commercial, 



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MANUFACTURERS OP 

Wm, H. Keith & Go's Wine of PEPSINE, or Rennet Wine. 

A new and efficacious remedy for Dyspepsia, Gastralgia, etc. 

Wm. H, Keith & Co's GLUCOLEI^, a new and valuable compoand of Cod Liver Oil, pat up in glass jars 
WM. H. KEITH & GO'S LEMON APERIENT, OR PURGATIVE LEMONADE. 

An agreeable, cooling, and active purgative, or mild laxative, as required. 

WM. H. KEITH & GO'S SAPONACEOUS TOOTH POWDER. 

DEVINE'S PITCH LOZENGES, for the cure of Coughs and Colds. 
WM. H. KEITH & GO'S FLORENTINE TOOTH WASH. 

Wm. H. Keith &. Co's Granular Effervescent Citrate of Magnesia. 
m. H. KEITH & CO'S ROSEMARY AND CASTOR OIL HAIR INVIGORATOR. 



Physicians and others, at a distance, ordering goods from us, can depend upon having their orders 
filled with the same regard to QUALITY and PRICE, as though obtained in person, and we feel 
confident of giving satisfaction in every case. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Ixxxv 



AGENCY OF THE 

BRITISH AND CALIFORNIAN BANKING CO. 



[LIMITED.] 



This Bank is now prepared to buy and sell EXCHANGE AND BULLION 
on the most favorable terms, 

Collect Notes, Discount approved Paper, make Advances on good Collateral securities, and do a 

GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 

HENRY S. BABCOCK, Manager. JAMES IRELAND, Sub-Manager. 

MAY &, COMPANY, 




BOSTOISr, M^SS. 

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Aluminum, Antimony, ANVILS, Babbitt Metal, Smiths' and Founders' Bellows, Belting, Belt 
Hooks, Belt Rivets, Bismuth, BOILER IRON, Bolts and Bolt Ends, SHEET BRASS, Brass 
Kettles, Brass Wire, Carriage Bolts, American and English Cast-Steel, CHAINS, Sheet and Bolt 
COPPER, Copper Rivets and Burs, Copper Wire, Crocus, Crowbars, Crucibles, Drillstocks, 
EMERY, Emery Cloth, Emery Paper, Files and Rasps, Portable Forges, Galvanized Iron, Rods 
and Wire, Glue, American, Belgian, English, and Russian SHEET IRON, Corrugated and Gal- 
vanized Sheet Iron, Lathes, Pig and Bar Lead, Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Mill Saws, Nickel, Nuts and 
Washers, Percussion Caps, Perforated Brass, Copper, Iron, Tin, and Zink, Pinion Wire, Pump 
Augers, Iron and Copper Pumps, Rivets, Sand Paper, Screws, Screw Plates, Scroll Chucks, 
Shovels and Spades, Smiths' Shears, Spelter, Steel Wire, STUBS' FILES, TOOLS and STEEL, 
Tenter Hooks, Block Tin, Bar Tin, TIN PLATE, IRON TUBING, Galvanized Tubing, Brass 
and Copper TUBING, Vises, Iron Wire, and Zink. 

Machinists' Tools, Manufacturers' and Machinists' Supplies; Gas Fitters' 
and Plumbers' Tools, Tinners' Tools, Machines, and Supplies. 

MAY & CO. ARE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF 

NEW BEDFORD COPPER GO'S Sheet and Bolt Copper ; 
BROWN & BRO'S Sheet Brass, Brass and Copper Wire and Tubing ; 
PACKER'S Patent DriUs and Plymouth Rivets : 
BUCKLEY'S Boiler Iron, Flanging, Flue, and Tank Iron ; and for 
IiEECKMAN'S Celebrated Qerman Tools and Hardware. 



GEO. C. JOHN'SON' & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 
-A. IT ID 

SAN FKANCISCO. 




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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




Rooms N. W. Cor. Montgomery and Washington Streets. 

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J. B. E. CAVALLIER, President. C. H. GRIMM, Vice President. 
FRANKLIN LAWTON, Secretary. HENRY SCHMIEDELL, Treas'r. 



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Adsit, L. B. 
Arrington, N. 0. 
Boillt'au, F. 
Bradford, C. H. 
Brown, L. A. 
Bates, Joseph. 
Brewster, R. E. 
Budd, W. C. 
Burling, W. 
Child, E. F. 
Coursen, G. A. 
Critcher, Henry. 
Gumming, John. 
Cavallier, J. B. E. 
Chceseman, M. 
Constantin, J. 
Cornwall, V. B. 
Darnell, H. Y. 
Dewey, E. 



Duncan, "W. L. 
Ehrlich, M. 
Elliot, R. 
Fitch, J. R. 
Freeborn, J. 
Felton, C. N. 
Gildemeester, A. 
Grimm, C. U. 
Hiegins, Wm. L. 
Hill, Thomas. 
Hinchman, T. W. 
Holt, Z. 
Holt, T. H. 
Hassey, F. A. 
Heath, R. W. 
Henriques, David. 
Hillyer, M. C. 
Hulbert, Thomas F. 
Hyman, P. C. 



Jenkins, J. S. 
Kensey, A. G. 
Kunast, A. 
Lissak, A. H. 
Logan, H. C. 
Loveland, L. F. 
Lawton, Franklin. 
Lent, W. M. 
Marina, £. J. de Sta. 
Mayer, Simon. 
McKenty, J. 
Murdock, A. H. 
McElwaine, J. 
McDonald, M. L. 
Mills, S. B. 
Teasp, E. T. 
Peckham, E. P. 
Paterson, J. 
Page, Robert C. 



Rising, D. B. 
Roberts, D. S. 
Reeve, G. B. 
Robbins, J. J. 
Schmitt, B. L. 
Sparrow, S. J. 
Sanborn, T. C. 
Schmieden, Henry. 
Shipley, A. J. 
Slo.»s, L. 
Smiley, James. 
Teackle, E. W. 
Tilden, J. 
Vinzent, C. 
Washburn, E. H. 
Whitney, A. W. 
Winans, J. C. 
Woods, F. H. 
Williams, H. 



AUTHORIZED SCALE OF COMMISSIONS, ADOPTED JULY 7, 1865. 



Legal Tender Notes, on par x per cent. 

Funded Debt, on par t per cent. 

Insurance Stock, on par % per cent. 

Wharf Stocks, on par % per cent. 

Gas Stocks, on par \ per cent. 

Railroad Stocks, on par \ per cent. 



Miscellaneous. 

Steamboat Company Stocks, on par. .i per cent. 
Telegraph Company Stocks, on par. .| per cent. 

Water Company Stocks, on par \ per cent. 

Bills of Exchange, on net amount. . . .\ per cent. 

Mint Certificate, on net amount \ per cent. 

Specie, on net amount J per cent. 



Commissions on Mining Shares. 

Sale at 1 dollar up to 10 dollars $ 25 per foot or per share as sold. 

Sale at 10 dollars up to 25 dollars 50 per foot or per share as sold. 

Sale at 25 dollars up to 50 dollars 1 00 per foot or per share as sold. 

Sale at 50 dollars up to 100 dollars 1 50 per foot or per share as sold. 

Sale at 100 dollars up to 200 dollars 2 00 per foot or per share as sold. 

All over 200 dollars per foot or share, one per cent, on the amount of purchase or sale. 



ARTICLE XXXV, OF THE BY-LAWS. 

PENALTr FOR DOING BUSINESS FOR LESS THAN REGULAR COMMISSIONS. 

Any member doing business for less than the above rates shall, on due conviction, be expelled from the 
Board. 

All Excise Taxes upon the sale of Stocks shall be paid by the Broker. 

It is hereby fully and distinctly understood, that the commissions hereafter to be charged shall be upon all 
purchases and upon all sales, and that the full amount shall be charged and no less sum received, except the 
principal or customer shall be a Broker belonging to some organized Board of Stock Brokers, with whom a di- 
vision of commission shall be allowed. 



J. B. E. CAVALLIER, President. 



FRANKLIN LAWTON, Secretary. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. Ixxxvii 



CALIFORNIA LLOYDS. 



MARINE INSURANCE. 



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OFFICE, 418 CALIFORNIA ST. 



The Insurers underwriting at the California Lloyds issue 



AGAINST ALL RISKS, ON LIBERAL TERMS. 

LOSSES PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES GOLD COIN, 

AND 

JPTl01^:E'mLi'^^ -A.IDJ-TJSTEID- 

JOHN PAEROTT, of Parrott & Co., Bankers. 
GEO. 0. JOHNSOIf, of Geo. 0. Johnson & Co., Importers. 
N. LUNING, of N. Luning & Co., Bankers. 
JAMES PHELAN, Capitalist and Importer. 
LAFAYETTE MAYNARD, Capitalist. 
J. A. DONOHOE, of Donohoe, Eelly & Co., Bankers. 
C. L. LOW, Capitalist. 
WM. E. BARRON, of Barron & Co., Bankers. 
JAMES OTIS, of Macondray & Co., Merchants. 
J. MORA MOSS, Capitalist. 
J. G. KITTLE, of DeWitt, Kittle & Co., Importers. 
THOS. H. SELBY, of Thos. H. Selby & Co., Importers. 
J. Y. HALLOOK, of J. Y. Hallook & Co., Importers. 

GVEI. TOUGKARD^ 

Secretary. 



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SAN PRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



WILSON & EVANS, 




Importers and. Dealers In 



Henry's, Spencer's, and Colt's Rifles and Pistols, 






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O.A.PS, yVAJDS, ETC., 



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Eepairing done in the Best Manner, and Warranted to give Satisfaction. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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S. E. HOLCOMBE. F. X. KA8T. A. HOLCOMBE. 

liiiiMii iiif iiii i ii. 

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

LADIES' AND GENTS' 



FRENCH SCREWED BOOTS AND SHOES, AND 

PHILADELPHIA CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS, 

BECJEIVED BY EVERY STEA3IEB. 



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A BUYER AT THE EAST TO CATER FOR THE DEMAND 






tt^Call and Judge for Yourselves !-£ii 






Corner Washington and Kearny Sts. 

Opposite the Plaza and Hall of Records, San Francisco. 

HOLCOMBB BUOS. & CO. 



SAMUEL M. lEWIN. 



W. McKINNET. 



aEO. A. MOBaAK. 



iR^iv^iisr & CO. 

706 Mission Street, near Third St. 

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PLASTERING, KALSOMINING, BRICKWORK, 

AND MEPAIBING PJROMPTLY EXECUTED. 



F. L. CASTLE. 



M. CASTLE. 



IMPOHTEES, 

.A.lNri> 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

Nos. 213 and 215 Front Street. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




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SA-INT ITRA-NCISCO. 

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This Institution is situated at the Comer of 

STOCKTON AND GEARY STREETS, OPPOSITE UNION SQUARE, 

In the central part of the City. It furnishes the best facilities for acquiring 

a thorough 



The Course of Studies is the same pursued in the best Colleges. 

THE SCIENTIFIC COURSE 

Has been adopted with special reference to the wants of California. Professor 
Price, besides his lectures and instruction in the College, has a Laboratory in the city 
in which classes are taken through a thorough practical course of 

With special reference to Metallurgy and Alining. 

Measures have been taken for the immediate erection of a Laboratory on the 

College Premises. 

A.]Sr ENOLISH EDUCATION 

Receives particular and thorough attention. Patient, laborions drilling is the leading feature in the 
instruction, from the Elementary Classes through all the higher studies. 

BOOK-KEEPING is taught with care, and a room is kept for this purpose, fitted up with the 
fixtures of a complete counting-house. 

Nine Instructors are constantly employed, and one hundred and fifty Students are in attendance 
in the different departments. 

On the spacious lot adjoining the College is a fine Gymnasium for the nse of the Students. 

There is a valuable Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus, in a large hall, kept exclusively for 
Lectures and Experiments, to which the Students have access. 

For terms and further particulars, address 

REV. P. V. VEEDER, 

Principal of the San Francisco City College. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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PAVILION AND GARDEN, 

. mim, ail liifi imii ^ 

HA. YES' VALLEY. 



The above Elegant Place of 




AND 



SUBURBAiyr REISORT^ 

Is easily approached by private conveyances, and the cars of the Market Street, and 
Hayes' Valley Railroad. For those who desire pleasant 

Hecreatioa and Healttj E^ercise^ 

The above Pavilion and Concert Hall was built, and the spacious 



Laid out. All the modem improvements, with apparatus found in a 

G^YM:]NrA.SITJ]\d:, 

Together with a fine 
Billiard Room, Reception Parlor, Dressing Rooms, etc. Also, 

k hk^m km ^^Mummm RMmmmmf sai^mi. 

One of the features of this Pavilion is a 

Three hundred and twenty feet in length, running round the Concert Hall. 
i^* Business communications may be made to 

TSOMAS SATJES, 

PBOPBTETOB. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 






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The letter A shows the exact shape of the Blocks. 



H. E. PERRY'S 



1= .A. T E 1^ T 




€ S 1 



0FF1CE,619 MARKET STREET. 



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A. JACOBY. 



I. H. COHN. 



RICHARD COHN. 



JACOBY, COHN & SON, 

General Commission Merchants, 

300 .AJ>a'X> SOS CX^.^'S' SO?. 

ONE DOOB ABOVE FBOlfT, 



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Dealers in 

CAUFOBKZA AND EASTEBH BUTTEB, 

CHEESE, URD, BACON, CRANBERRIES, ETC., ETC. 

Are Constantly Receiving 

Eggs, Poultry, Game, Wool, Hides, Tallow, etc. 

^° Liberal advances made on all Consignments to our house here or to I. H. 
Cohn, at Petaluma. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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EDWARD BOSQUI & GO. 








PRINTERS, 
MACHINE PAPER RULERS, 



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OL M. 



K, m J] iTJl'Jl 



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A. L SO, 



Agentsfor the sale of Straw Board 

Manufactured at the San Lorenzo Paper Mills, Santa Cruz. 

Special attention given to Ruling and Printing 
Blanks of aU kinds. 



Our facilities for the prompt Execution of Orders, in our line 

ABE NOT EQUALLED IN THE STATE. 



ISTo- SX"Z Olety Stroet, 



(OVER THE MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE,) 



XCIV SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



CHARLES LI:N"DLEY, 



AND 



SOLICITOE IN CHANCEEY, 

Office in Room No. 1, over Donohoe, Kelley & Co.'s Bank, 

South-East Cor. Sacramento and Montgomery Sts. 



J]S^O. A^. McQTJ^ID, 

-.©^©.AT T 3a H E T,^^^^^ 

No. 649 CLAY STREET, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



CUNNINGHAM & EEADT, 

ACCOUNTANTS & GENERAL AGENTS, 

NO. 519 MONTaOMEHY STUEET, 

nooxn. :N'o. 7> up [Sta,irs. 

Sooks Posted and Adjusted. Notes, Merits , and Bills Collected, 

PBOMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ATiT. BUSINESS. 



J. S. CUXNINGHAM T. G. READY 

Refers to Mefers to 

Geo. T. Knox, Esq., Notary Public. "W. C. Ralston, Esq., Cashier Bank CaUfomia. 

M. Orat, Esq., Clay Street. W. T. Colbman <fc Co. 
S. Tatb, Esq., Dp'y Manager, S. F. A P. S. Refinery. 



CHURCHES OH^A^S. ^^. FLXJIMC, 

^^^ IMPORTER OF 

SOCIETY HALLS 



AND 

Decorative Paper Hanging Establishment, 

No. 22 MONTGOMERY ST., NEAR MARKET. 




OIL CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS, SHADES, MATTING, 

AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF UPHOLSTERY GOODS. 

PL\IS m DECORATIVE UPHOLSTERY WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 
FURNISBED k EECORATEB. Hair and Spring Mattresses Made to Order and Repaired. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. XCV 




MARSH, PILSBURY & CO. 

N. E, corner of Front and Pine Streets, 



Machinists' Tools, Emery, Iron Wire, Smiths' Shears, Tin Plate, 

Files and Rasps, Emery Cloth, Brass Wire, Smiths' Bellows, Sheet Iron, 

Nuts and Washers, Sandpaper, Copper Wire, Portable Forges, Galvanized Iron, 

Bolts, Bolt Ends, Borax, Steel Wire, Anvils, Vises, Sheet Brass, 

Rivets, Screws, Nails, Block Tin, Iron Tubing, Sheet Copper, 

Screw Plates, Brads, Bar Tin, Brass Tubing, Sheet Zinc, 

Babbitt Metal, Tacks, Solder, Galvanized Tubing, Tinned Ware, 

Belt Hooks & Rivets, Belting, Crucibles, Lead Pipe, Enameled Ware. 



TINNERS' TOOLS, MACHINES AND STOCK IN GREAT VARIETY. 

PlUMBERe' AND CAS FtTTER$' TOOU AND STOCK. 



M., P. & Co. have facilities for supplying Goods from New York and Boston, at short notice and 

on reasonable terms. 



«C^GoId Pen Maattfactixrer^^^ 

No. 434 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Hoom. No. 7, \ip stairs, S-A.N FTt JLN Cim CO. 



GOLD PENS, WATCHES. CLOCKS, and JEWELRY REPAIRED. 



THE GHARTSR OAK 



OF HAUXFORO, COIVIV. 

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CA.I»IT^^IL. AIVD STJR,DPLXJS, #1,100,000 

EC. P. COON", State A.^eiit, 

W. 0. AYRES, M.D., MEDICAL EXAMINER. SAN FBANCISCO. 



XCVl SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS. 



Tlx© 3\r».tioi:xetl T nfe 

]V E AV Y O R K: . 
O.A.JFII'.A.Ti ---------- ^000,000. 



EDWAKD A. JONES, President. "W. E. PBINCE, Vice President. 

ASHER S. MILLS, Secretary. T. B. VAN BUKEN, Treasurer. 

FRANCIS SOHULTZE, General Agent for California. 

Issues Policies insurinpr apainst accidents of all kinds, whether they occur at home or while travelin"; — in 
the cars, on the boat, in the shop, in the street, while attending to business, or while on a pleasure trip — the 

EBvment of a small premium will secure the full amount of the I'olicy to the family of the insured in case of 
>EATH BY ACCIDENT. And in case of injury, causing disability, the insured receives a weekly com- 
pensation until he is able to attend to his business, such time not to exceed six months. The I'olicy covers all 
forms of dislocations, broken bones, sprains, bruises, cuts, gun-shot wounds, burns and scalds, bites of dogs, 
assaults by burglars, robbers, or murderers, the action of lightning or sun-stroke, the effects of explosions, 
floods, and suffocation by drowning or choking, and all other kinds of accidents. 

Twenty-five Dollars secures a General Accident I'olicy for FIVE THOUSAND DOLLABS, 
with a weekly compensation of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLABS. 

IM^PtllSTE III@IS:@ ^lVr> ©PECIAIL. VOYAGES. 

Policies are granted insuring against death by accident while sailing in steamers or sailing vessels; also for 
special voyages. No medical e.xamination required. Policies issued at once. 

Travelers' Insurance Tickets for any length of time, from one day to twelve months, are on sale at 
the various Kailroad, Stage, and Steamboat Ticket Offices and Agencies. 

3L.IFE A.NI> ElVr^O'W^iVIElVT POLICIES 

Are issued on the Mutual plan. All the profits in this department are divided pro rata among the Policy hold- 
ers. All Policies to be incontestable after five years from date, and non-forfeitable after two annual payments. 
A loan of one-third the amount of premiums will be made; also, thirty days' grace given in the payment of 
premiums. 

In insuring against accidents No Medical Examination is required. All ages are accepted, and the 
premiums are so small that every one, be he mechanic, merchant, or professional man, may secure a Policy. 

3VO rOLICY FEE CHJlRGEO. 

Full information, with tables of rates, can be obtained at the oflBce. 

FRANCIS SGHULiTZX:^ Agent^ 

Office, Northeast Corner Battery and Clay Streets, 



r)A.VID HENHIQXJES, 

MEMBER OP THE 

"EM MilCMf HMI Mi EKliia IDMl," 

STOCKS and RE^L ESTA.TE 

SouelLt and. Sold on Oonnulssion. 

XiO-A-lSrS IsTEO-OTI-A-TEID- 

OFFICE t 

612 Merchant Street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 

ZhM ?BAlf<02E€<0)o 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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BIGSLOITIT iSL BROTHER^ 

North-West corner Montgomery and Sacramento Streets. 




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"We would respectfully call the attention of property owners to the increased facili- 
ties for Insurance, which we are now prepared to oflfer, surpassing any agency in the 
world. 

MARINE DEPARTMENT. 

Aggregate Capital, - - - ^7,000,000. 

HOME lys USANCE COMPANY, of New TorJe, assets $4,000,000 

SECVJtlTY INS UJtANCE COMPANY, of New York, assets $2,000,000 

PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York, assets $1,000,000 

War Risks and partial loss covered on the most favorable terms. Liberal rebates paid parties 
bringing business to this office. All Losses paid in gold coin without any deduction. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

HOME INSURANCE CO., N. Y. WASHINGTON INSURANCE CO., N. Y. 

PHENIX INSURANCE CO., N. Y. SECURITY INSURANCE CO., N. Y. 

ARCTIC INSURANCE CO., N. Y, HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO., Hartford. 

A,ssrefgat& A.ssets» . . . « $10,000,000. 

LIFE INSURANCE. 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance, of Hartford, assets nearly . . . $8,000,000 
Equitable Life Assurance Society, of United States, assets $1,000,000 

ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 

New York Accident Insurance Company, Capital $250,000 

In the Fire Department, we issue participation policies on all hazardous and not hazardous prop- 
erty, entitling assured to 60 per cent, in the profits of the Company, thereby lessening their premi- 
ums at least 30 per cent. 

In the Life Department, the Companies we represent are the best and cheapest in the world. 
Manuals descriptive of the various plans issued gratis to the public. No charge for physicians' ex- 
aminations. 

Agents in all the principal towns on this coast. 

General Agents, 
yorth'West corner Montgomery and Sacramento Streets* 



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SAN PRANOISCO DIRECTOKY. 



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Donohoe, Kelly 

& Go's 
Bank Building. 




IIVCOM»ORAXED IMARCH, 1861. 



G. 0. BOAKDMAN, President. P. McSHANE, Secretary, 

0. D. 0. SULLIVAN, Vice President. E. BIGELOW, Solicitor. 



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OLDEST LOCAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN CALIFORNIA. 
PBASOMAL UABiUTV. 



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r>IIl.ECTOI^S = 



E. W. Burr, ( 619 Clay Street.) 

LuciC8 A. Booth, ( of Booth&Co.,Sacram'to.) 

C. D. O. Sullivan, (of Sullivan & Cashman.) 

Henry H. Haight, ( Attorney at Law.) 

Wm. Bosworth, ( M-reliant.) 

J. De La Mont an ya, (ImporterMetalsfe Stoves.) 

.Joseph G. Eastland, ( Stc. S F. Gas Co.) 

Oscar L Shafter, ( Judge Supreme Court.) 

J. Archbalo, (Sec. S. F. Savings Union.) 

R. B. Woodward, ( Wliat Cheer House.) 

E. F. NoRTHAM, (Real Estate, 619 Clay Street.) 



Geo. J. Brooks, (of Geo. J. Brooks & Co.) 
John Van Bergen, (Merchant, 524 Wash'n St.) 
Benj. D. Dean, (Physician, cor. Mont'y & Bush.) 
Geo. C. Boardman. 
Chas. Mayne, (with Belloc Freres.) 
Giles H. Gray, (Attorney at Law.) 
Edw'dHull, (of Lindley, Hull&Lohman, Sac.) 
E. F. Hall, Jr., (of Chas. W. Brooks & Co.) 

J. H. RUTENBERG. 

Benj. Brewster, (of Jennings & Brewster.) 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. XCIX 



ESX-A.BIjISX3:EID ISSS. 



FELTING, COTTON AND WOOL 

WADDIIG MANUFACTORY 

WINCHESTER, MASS. ■ - OFFICE, I UNION ST., BOSTON. 
JOHTISr H. B^CON", Proprietor. 

CHARLES N. BACON, - - - - Superintendent. 
HENRY E. COOPER, - - - - Traveling Agent. 

EDWARD T. BACON, - - - Secretary and Treas. 



THE PROPRIETOR CALLS THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO THE DES- 
CRIPTION OF HIS MANUFACTURES. 

DESCRIPTION. 

SAXONY Ex-Felt, used by Manufacturers of Jewelry, Piano Fortes, Paper Hangings, &c., in 
shwts, 16 X 16 in. 

SPANISH Ex-Felt, used by Jewelers, Dentists, Ivory and Slate Polishers, Carpet Manufactur- 
ers, Calico Printers, &c., in sheets, 16x16 in. 

SPANISH Felt, for Cutlery Makers, Jewelers, and Polishing purposes, &c., 16 x 16 in. 

PLAIN SPANISH Felt, for Cutlery Makei-s, Jewelers, and Polishing purposes, &c., 16 x 16 in. 

THIN DARK Felt, for Polishing purposes. Padding, &c., 28 x 28 in. 24 x 24 in. 

MEXICAN Felt, for Horse Pads, and Polishing Marble, Slate, Brass, Glass, Ivory, Cutlery, &c., 
in sheets, 18 x 18 in. 23 x 23 in. 36 x 36 in. 

MEXICAN CIRCULAB Felts, for Polishing Marble and Slate, 4^ feet diameter. 

These Felts are used on a revolving table ; and, for cheapness and durability, are unsurpassed. 
A saving of fifty per cent, in labor is made by using iliem. 



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For co"verlngf Steam Boilers tind I»lpp8. 

FELTINGS for various other purposes. The above Fellings are made any required size and thick- 
ness desired. 

WOOL AND COTTON WADDINGS. 

WHITE AND DARE LAMBS-WOOL WADDING, for Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, 
Quilts, and Gents' Garments, in dozens of 12 sheets, weighing l^ lb. per dozen. 
Ill sets, for Quilts, of 2 sheets, weighing 1^ lb. per set. 

CARDED COTTON WADDING for Furriers, &c., in dozens of 12 sheets, weighing 1^ 

lb. per dozen. 

In sets of 3 sheets, weighing 3 lbs. per set. 
COTTON carded to order; also CARDED WOOL, and HAIR STUFFING for Harness Makers' 

use, &c., &c. 

He will be pleased to receive your orders for any of the above goods, and will in all cases see that 
his orders are answered promptly, and that his customers have the lowest price the market admits of. 

Goods delivered in Boston, and to Railroad and Steamboat Companies, free of expense. 



BAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




PROVIDENCE, R. I. 
ESTA-BLISHED 1845. 



XAJfUFACTUnUBS OF 



Nuts and Washers, Bolts, Chain Links, Pick Axes, 

CAN RINGS, PLATE HINGES, 



HOOKS AND THimiBLiES^ 

Clinch Rings, Connecting Shackles, Ship Scrapers, Marline Spikes, &c., &c. 

IP®H(S(B Msimidl ©nailfe amidl ^nnHo SIhsi©Ik]l(BSo 

JOHN B. ANTHONY, Treasurer. 



New York Warehouse, 23 Cliff Street. 

I>. H. "WA.Y, Cerent. 



't:0vW^ttre ^00! €0']^ ^xm0X^ 



PEOVIDENOE, RHODE ISLAND, U. S. A. 
mmwvAQ'^Q>m @p the 






^ieem ^Lxxmina ^ke QWinu^ 



TG-R 



Infantry, Cavalry and Sporting Purposes. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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TUlAl^-EilX. I]V 





9 JL 9 



IPmirilLI, 1^®?, (EWI MID IPDWDIES, 



Tin^ Copper and Sheet Iron Ware^ 

GALVANIZED IRON LIFT PUMPS, 



<Oii/ XCjl iOii^ i(C„ 



9 



DOUQLASS FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, 
Tin Plate, Zinc, Block Tin, Wire and Nails. 



MANUFACTURER OF ARTESIAN AND HYDRAULIC PIPE. 
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All kinds of Job Work done to order. 
M:AI]V street, l>et>veeii Hunter and El Dorado, 



EDWARD EARLE. 



T. K. EARLB. 



T. K. EARLE ^ CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SUPERIOR COTTON, WOOL AND FLAX 




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Combing Aprons for Silk and Worsted, &c., &c., 

AT THE 

WOB€£STER CARD MAKUFACTOBT, 

GrrafTton Street, near AVestern JEt» H,. I^epot, 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIREOTORT. 



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STOOKTOISr, CA^Tj. 

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SIGHT DRAFTS on NEW YORK and the PRINCIPAL CITIES in CALIFORNIA. 

Receive Deposits, General and Special. 
Make Collections throughout California and Nevada Territory, 

AND 

Transact a General Banking Bnsiness. 



Agency of the Imperial Fire Insurance Company, of London. 

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TtEFER. TO 

Messrs. TALLANT & CO. Messrs. FALKNER, BELL & CO. 



BAEDER & ADAMSON, 



3£a,ii.uf£ictii.x*ei*s of 



lRA:\<r HIDE "W^HIPS, 

Plasterers'* and Saddlers'* Hair^ 

67 BEEKM A.N STUEET, ISTETST YORK, 
14 S. 4tlx Street, I*liiladelpliia. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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^/V. O. HICKOK, 



^(^ MANUFACTURER OF ^NP 



BOOKBINDERS' 



Wmm 




ST^NDIITG PRESSES, 

AND MACHINES FOR 

PORTABLE CIDER MILLS AND FODDER CUTTERS, 

SCHOOL FURNITURE, 

€nxml paclwtt^ mtsxl mi ftow and '^xm Cai$ting$, 

WOOD TUBNING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, ETC., ETC. 



Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass, made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &e., &c. 

gw^ofe'ss latent mnii-^txm (^wiWm ^^^^% 

OaslL Paid. fo3^J Old. Copper, Srass, Spelter, &o. 



Carmine and Blue Ink Furnished the Trade. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORT. 



SAMUEL S. WHITE, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



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DENTISTS* MATERIALS. 



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PUBLISHER OF THE 

DENTAL COSMOS 

A MONTHLY RECORD OF DENTAL SCIENCE : 

Devoted to the Interests of the Profession. 

Price $2.50 a year in advance. Single Copies, 25 Cents. 

CATALOGUES SENT ON APPLICATION. 

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DEI^OTS: 
S28 Arch Street, ------ Philadelphia, 

6S8 Broadway, ------- ^ew York, 

16 Tremont Street, ------ Boston, 

100 and 102 Randolph Street, - - - Chicago, 

((See PText Pagre.) 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRBCTORT. 



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SAMUEL S. WHITE, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




GOLD AND TIN FOILS, DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, GOLD AND SILVER PLATE, 



fflotuttdwm WWisi, ^ath^isi, ^mmmf ItoUing pilto, 
BLO^Vv^ PIPES, 

AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES USED BY THE PROFESSION. 



The Stock now on hand is larger, more varied and complete 

than ever before ; and the aim has been so to arrange and classify it, as to enable 
our customers to see in detail the varieties in quality and price of any article 
they may desire. 

A full assortment of Goods needed by the Profession will 

be kept constantly on hand, and all new and useful Improvements that may be 
made added thereto — thug enabling the Dentist to find at our Establishments every 
requisite of each department of his art. 

Every article sold is warranted as represented ; and in all 

cases, if not according to order, will be exchanged, or the money refunded. A 
liberal discount from retail prices will be made to Wholesale Dealers. 

(See Previous Paare.) 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRBOTORY. 



ISV. C. Donald <& Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

COMMON AND 

Superior Printing Inks 

Fine Cut and Booh Ink, 

Colored Inks and Varnishes, 

French Lithographic Ink, 

Gold Size and Bronzes, 

No. 9 Spring Lane, Boston. Factory at Andover. 



WILLIAM C. DONALD. 



CHARLES H. INGALLS. 



AGRIGULiTURAIi ITITARBHOUSi:. 




( Successors to Oltose Ames & Sons, and Koursk, Masox & Co.,) 
OVER QUINCT MARKET, BOSTON, 

Manufacturers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES 

OF EVERY VARIETT. 

Eagle Cast Plows, Boston Clipper Steel Plows, Ames' Shovels and Spades, Mowing Machines, Reaping Ma^ 
chines. Horse Powers, Threshing Machines, &c., &c. Garden, Grass, Field and Flower Seeds. 

Manufactories at Worcester and Groton Junction, Mass. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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CHASE, SHABPE & THOMSON, 



OFFICE: 

No. 209 North Second Street, 



FOUNDRY: 

South Second and Mifflin Sts., 



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Particular attention paid to the construction of Architects' and Builders' Castings. 

Castings in General. ^'Orders Solicited. 



PLINY E. CHASE. 



CHARLES SHARPE, 

209 North Second Street. 



EDGAR L. THOMSON, 

S. Second and Mifflin Sts. 



CHASE, SHARPE & THOMSON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Plain^ Turned^ Tinned and Cnameled 

[If 



Heavy Hollow Ware by the Ton. 
209 North Second Street, - - - PHILADELPHIA. 



CHASE, SHARPE & THOMSON, 

Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

%imm, mmm% mm ^km%%, 

Tlioni.son''s London Kitchenei*^ 

PHILADELPHIA RANGE, 

Fire Board, Gas Burning, Heating and Coolcing Stoves, of the most Improved Styles. 
SAD IRONS, CASTINGS, ETC. 

SALESROOM, 209 NORTH SECOND STREET, - PHILADELPHIA. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 



The City of San Francisco was, for the first time, 
incorporated by the Legislature in May, 1850, the 
organization of tlie County having been effected in 
the month previous, by the election of a Sheriff 
and other oflScers, thus establishing two distinct 
systems of government. The Consolidation Act 
took effect on the first day of July, 1856. Under 
its stringent provisions our municipal affairs have 
been administered with eaergy and fidelity, and a 
thorough reform has resulted. The enormous out^ 
lay consequent on the dual system of government 
has been entirely abolished or seriously reduced, 
while the checks upon lavish expenditure were so well devised as to defy evasion, and 
the contraction of debts has been inhibited. The financial history of all this is suflS- 
ciently indicated in the subjoined exhibit of the Aggregate Annual Expenditures of 
the City and County of San Francisco, from 1850 to 1865 — since the first legislative 
organization of the government — exclusive of the sums paid in liquidation of the prin- 
cipal and interest of the bonded debts : 

Assessment and Rates of Taxation from 1850 to 1866. 




Fiscal Tears. 



1850-51. 
I80I-.52. 
185-2-53. 
1853-54. 
1851-55. 
IS.'iS-.'ie. 
18.56-57. 
ia57-58. 
1858-.59. 
18.59-60. 
1860-61. 
1861-6-2. 
186->-63. 
1863-64. 
1864-65. 
1865-66. 



Total 
Annual 
Rates. 



$-2 00 



10 

41 i 
88i 
85^ 
85 5-6 



2 30 



30 

45 

16 9-10 

85 

87 

74i 

10 

98 

12 



Particular Class of Assessments. 



Real Estate. 



$16,849,054 
11,141,463 
15,676,;i56 
17,889,850 
19,765,285 
18,607,800 
17,827,617 
15,576,545 
13,554,565 
14,17-2,235 
25,283,685 
31,871,897 
37.016,102 
43,116,538 
47,29-2,903 
49,137,312 



Improvements. Person'l Prop'ty. 



In Personal. 

In Pei-fcoual. 

In Personal. 
$6,158,300 
9,159,935 
8,394,9-25 
8,345,667 
7,394,296 
5,946,585 
6,523,985 

In Real. 

In Real. 

In Real. 

In Real. 

In Real. 

In Real. 



$4,772,160 

2,875,440 

2,805,381 

4,852,000 

5,837,607 

5,073,847 

4,194,970 

12,426,335 

11,2-24,800 

9,3-23,002 

10,683,814 

9,973,222 

29,540,554 

34,002,627 

33,443,262 

39,129,145 



Total Annual 
Assessments. 



$21,621,214 
14,016,903 
18,481,737 
28,900,1.50 
34,762,8-27 
32,076,572 
30,368,254 
.35,397,176 
30,725,950 
30,019.222 
35,967,499 
41,845,119 
66,556,656 
77,119,165 
, 80,736,165 
88,266,457 



The amount absolutely collected on is much less than the aggregate valuations for 
the last two years. In 1864-5 it was $19,123,450 personal against $35,850,572 
assessed, and $43,575,583 real estate against $47,300,718 assessed, in all about 
$62,700,000 collected on against $83,151,000 assessed. There is about $3,750,000 
exempt, $2,380,000 assessed in error, and $14,000,000 delinquent from various causes, 
among which the most prominent is the resistance to payment of taxes on mortgages. 



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Annual Municipal Expenditures, 1860 to 1866. 



Fiscal Years. 



»>-51. 
.<i51-52. 
1852-53. 
1853^4. 
1854-55. 
1855-56. 
1856-57. 
1857-58. 
1858-59. 
1859-60. 
1860-61. 
1861-62. 
1862-63. 
1863-64. 
1864-65. 



City. 



$1,694,459 

340,628 

716,302 

1,440,792 

2,167,227 

525,633 



County. 



1118.988 
115,704 
292,727 
391,033 
478,993 
330,487 



The Govenimento of tbe City 
and County consolidated. 



Total for fifteen years. 



Total. 



$1,813,417 

456,332 

1,009,029 

1,831,825 

2,616,190 

856,120 

353,292 

366,427 

480,895 

706,719 

512,896 

475,048 

700,364 

785,894 

813,339 



113,807,817 



Bended Debt in 1866. 



Issued in 



By the 



1851.... 
1854.... 
1854.... 
1855.... 

18.58.... 
I860.... 
1861.... 
1862-63. 



1863. 
1864. 



1864.. 
1865.. 



City 

School Department 

Fire Department 

City 

City and County 

Scl lool Department 

School Dejpartmeut 

City and County for San 

Jos6 Railroad 

City and Co. for City Slip 
City and County for San 

Jose Uaih'oad 

Central Pacific R. R. Co. 
Western Pacific R. R. Co. 



Payable in 



1871 
1865 
1866 
1875 
1888 
1870 
1870 

1877-8 
1883 

1884 
1894 
1895 



Annual Interest. 



Percent. Payable in 



10 
7 

10 
6 
6 

10 

10 

7 
7 

7 
7 
7 



San Francisco. 

New York 

New York 

New York 

San Francisco. 

New York 

New York 



San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 

San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 



Annual 
Sinking 
Fund. 



$50,000 

5,000 

16,666 

21,000 

In 1867 

5,000 

2,500 

In 1866 
49,000 

2,400 
7.000 



Bonds in 
Circulation. 



$1, .305,-500 

32,000 

174,500 

329.000 

1,133,.500 

55,500 

18,000 

300,000 
968,386 

34,008 
400,000 
£50,000 



Total Bonds in circulation $5,000,394 



Annual Bevenue. 
The following is an exhibit of the receipts from State and City and County taxes, 
licenses, stamps, etc., collected in San Francisco during the fifteen fiscal years ending 
the thirtieth day of June, 1865 : 



Fiscal Years. 



1850-51. 
1851-52. 
1852-53 
185a-54 
1854-55. 
1855-56 
1856-57 
1857-58 
1858-59 
1859-60 
1860-61 
1861-62 
1862-63 
1863-64 
1864-65 



City and County of San Francisco. 



City Taxes. 



$163 
305 
397 
592 
582 
424 
290 
510 
554 
761 
737 
856 
982 
902 

1,098 



013 
661 
033 
248 
732 
,766 
,846 
,228 
203 
711 
;243 
,087 
.312 
,535 
195 



County 
Taxes. 



$119,028 
122,632 
313,217 
419,378 
389,620 
244,337 



City and Co. 
governments 
consolidated. 



Municipal 
Licenses. 



$59,591 

276,835 

328,039 

188,508 

103,784 

33,054 

59,927 

103,048 

25,788 

23,681 

23,179 

29,167 

39,512 

23,189 

26,876 



Total. 



$341,632 

705,128 

1,038,289 

1,200,134 

1,076,136 

702,157 

350,773 

613,276 

579,991 

785,392 

760,422 

885,254 

1,021,824 

925,724 

1,125,071 



State or 
California. 



$132,359 
100.545 
127,682 
204,874 
249,589 
130,847 
191,311 
2.57,771 
288,958 
322,935 
271,111 
303,526 
520,960 
685,712 
952,579 



PROQRESSOFTHECITY. 11 



In addition to the above sources of revenue may be enumerated the receipts from 
fines, rents, harbor dues, and fees collected by thfe Sheriff, the County Clerk, the 
County Recorder, Auditor, Tax Collector, Treasurer, etc. The sums received from 
State and County licenses, and several other sources, are not included. 

Population, 1861.* 

Believing that the National Census of the City and County of San Francisco, com- 
pleted during the year 1860, did not truly represent the number of our population, 
and at the urgent solicitation of numerous patrons of this work, the following exhibit 
has been cai'efully prepared from the returns of the different canvassers engaged in 
collecting information for the present volume. The plan adopted to obtain the neces- 
sary data was the same as that so successfully carried into effect in the months of 
April and May, 1859, the results of which were published in the San Francisco 
Directory of that year, as follows : " To arrange and classify each sex in three divi- 
sions, viz. : Males : First Class — the head of each family, and 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 ; Second Class — those between five and eighteen ; Third Class — those 
under five years of age. Also to collect such other information as would furnish an 
approximation of the different elements composing our population not included in the 
foregoing classifications :" 

White males over 21 years, names in Register of the present volume faj 27,100 

" " Residents floating, names not obtained CbJ 3,400 

" " Average number boarders, etc., at the hotels, boarding-hooses, etc., 

in addition to the regular boarders (cj ; 4,100 

" " In the Hospitals 481 

" " U. S. soldiers at the Forts ^dy 800 

" *' Engaged upon water crafts, ocean, bay, and river, claiming resi- 
dence in this city fej 2,500 

" " Foreigners, French, Spanish, etc., names not registered ^J 1,950 

" " Between 5 and 21 5,919 

" " UnderS 6,803 

Total white males 53,053 

Females over 18 14,783 

" Names not registered 500 

•' BetweenSand 18 4,821 

" Under5 5,136 

Total white females , 25,240 

Chinese males over 21 2,400 

" Females over 18 520 

" Males under 21 and females under 18 210 

Total Chinese 3,130 

Colored males over 21 800 

" " Under 18 250 

" Females over 18 600 

" " UnderlS 150 

Total colored ^ 1,800 

Total population of the City and County of San Francisco 83,223 

(a) The number of names in the Diroctory 1861-62 exceeds thirty thonsanfl, of which neariy three thousand are com- 
posed of non-resident partners of firms doing business in this city, females, Chinese, and colored. 

(6) This is from actual count, and is composed o( a class of population who have no permanent place of abode. 

(c) This estimate has been arrived at by careful investigation. Number of hotels and lodging-bouses in the city, 340. 

id) The number at Fort Point. Alcatraces, and I'resktin in June last. 



(e) This number is composed of persons sailing from this port who have thtpped flrom this city. 
(/) This number has been obtained from actual enumeratiou. * From tne 9am Fbancisoo 



DiBEOTOBT, 1861-62. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



National Census, 1860. 
From the oflScial returns deposited at the office of the County Clerk, 
expressly for the San Francisco Directokt, 1861-62. 



Compiled 



WHITE HALES. 

Under 1 year 1,730 

" 2 " 777 

" 3 " 730 

« 4 " 627 

" 5 " ...* 645 

Total underS 4,509 

Between 5 and 10 1,842 



10 
20 
30 
40 
50 
60 
70 
80 



20 2,915 

30.. 10,184 

40 9,390 

50 2,581 

60 842 

70.: 162 

80 36 

90 2 



WHITE FEMALES. 

Under 1 year 1,563 

" 2 " 739 

«« 3 " 677 

" 4 " 600 

" 5 » 551 

Total under 5 4,130 

Between 5 and 10 1,831 



10 
20 
30 
40 
50 
60 
70 



20 3,198 

30 6,226 



40. 
50. 
60. 
70. 
80. 
90. 



3,441 

1,119 

484 

122 

52 

7 



Males of all aues 2,168 

FenialcBof all ages .. 448 
Total Chinese 2,616 



Males of all ages 711 

Females of all ages. .. 435 
Total colored 1,146 

RECAPIULATION. 

White males, all ages 32,463 

White females, all ages 20,610 



Total whites 53,073 

Chinese, male and female.. 2,616 
Colored, male and female.. 1 ,146 



Total white males 32,463 Total white females 20,610 Total pop. City and Coanty-56,835 

Population, August, 1865. 
The following table, compiled from the most reliable data, is presented as an esti- 
mate of the population of San Francisco, August Ist, 1865, and in directing attention 
thereto, it is believed to be as fair an approximation as can be made without an official 
and accurate canvass : 

White males over twenty -one, names in the present volume 40,000 

' ' Females over eighteen, estimated 25,000 

" Males under twenty-one and females under eighteen, estimated 35,000 

" Males, names refused, and foreigners, estimated 5,000 

Chinese, male and female 3,000 

Colored, male and female 2,100 

Total permanent population 110,1 00 

To which should be added a large element of our population known as "floating," which con- 
sists of: 1st. Transient boarders, etc., at hotels, boarding-houses, etc. 2d. Soldiers at 
the fortifications in the harbor. 3d. Persons engaged in navigating the bay, who claim 
this city as their residence. 4th. A large number of persons in our midst who have no 
permanent place of abode, together amounting to about 9,000 



Total population 119,100 

City Improvements. 

During the past year the march of improvement in San Francisco, both within her 
city limits and its suburbs and adjacent tributary territory, has been onward beyond 
precedent. A greater number of elegant public and private structures have been 
erected, new and important manufactures introduced, and improvements of all kinds 
extended, than during any preceding year. Nothing can repress the energy or dis- 
courage the enterprise of our people. It would seem that there is something in the 
very atmosphere of California that infuses a degree of energy into the most apathetic 
system, and stimulates into action even the most listless and lethargic institutions, 
the idle dreamer and speculative theorist, has no business in our active and creative 
population. 

Our capitalists are investing largely in real estate, both within the city limits and 
the contiguous country. The lands lying along the line of the San Jose Railroad are 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 13 



becoming a popular field for investment. Parties who have amassed wealth from 
the richly-paying gold quartz mines of California and the unrivaled silver mines of 
Nevada, regard real estate in San Francisco as the safest and best paying investment 
of their surplus means, and steadily remunerating revenue. The prophetic simile of 
the seer of the Atlantic^ uttered more than a century ago — 

" Westward the courae of empire wends its way " 

— holds good in our city's extension, for the march of improvement is rapidly extend- 
ing in that direction. Places that but a short time ago were regarded as) a consider- 
able distance out of town, are now regarded as part and parcel of the city. The con- 
veniencies of travel afforded by the net-work of railroads traversing the city, and 
leading to every portion of its environs, readily accounts for this. The construction 
of the bridge, near a mile in length, across Mission Bay, beginning at the foot of 
Third Street and connecting with the Potrero at Kentucky Street, thus cutting off 
some miles of travel, has completely revolutionized the face of affairs in those por- 
tions of the city heretofore devoted to the active ship and steamboat building. 

As before extending improvements in any direction, public thoroughfares must first 
be projected in a proper manner, we shall commence our sketch of the progress of 
our city, and the various public and private works that have gone on in all directions, 
with a review of the street improvements made during the past year. From the full 
and ample report of Mr. George Cofran, the energetic and eminently practical Super- 
intendent of Public Streets, submitted July 1st, 1865, we learn that from July 1st, 
1864, to July 1st, 1865, the following work has been done in his department: grad- 
ing, 787,593 cubic yards; planking, 1,307,721 square feet; paving 364,502 square 
feet; mcadamizing, 315,739 square feet; sidewalks, 49,912i* front feet; brick sewers, 
20,967,*, lineal feet; redwood sewers, 5,272i*j lineal feet; crosswalks, 8,161 lineal feet; 
curbs, 26,781/j lineal feet ; piles, 251 lineal feet ; caps, 1,824 lineal feet ; bulkhead, 
550 lineal feet. Total length of sewers, 26,239?3 lineal feet. The entire cost of all 
street work during the year, payable in legal tender notes, amounts to $1,159,257.27. 

During the year brick sewers have been laid down in the following streets : Folsom, 
ffom First to Fremont; Stockton, from Sacramento to California; Stockton, from 
south half of Sacramento ; Folsom, from Fremont to Beale; Dupont, from Geary to 
O'Farrell ; Ellis, from Stockton to Powell ; Dupont, from Post to Geary ; Dupont, 
from Sacramento to Clay ; Pacific, from Mason to Taylor ; Folsom, from Beale to 
Main ; Sutter, from Stockton to Powell ; Sansom, Powell, and O'Farrell ; Powell, 
from Geary to O'Farrell ; Sutter, from Powell to Mason ; Howard, from Fourth to 
Fifth ; Vallejo, from Dupont to Stockton ; Mason, from Turk to Eddy ; Battery, 
from Jackson to Pacific ; Mason, from Eddy, to Ellis ; Battery, from Pacific to Broad- 
way ; Market, from Seventh to Eighth ; Market, from Mason to Sixth ; Market, 
opposite Sixth ; Pbwell, from Post to Geary ; Broadway, from Kearny to Dupont ; 
Battery, from California to Pine ; Stockton, from Ellis to OFarrell ; Post, from 
Kearny to Dupont ; Stockton, from Chestnut to Francisco ; Market, from Sixth to 
Seventh ; Second, from Market to Mission ; Powell, from Bush to Sutter ; Jessie, 
from Second to Third ; Second, from and to connect with Jessie ; intersection of 
Market and Seventh ; Howard, from Third to Fourth ; Geary, from Powell to 
Mason ; Stockton, from Lombard to Chestnut ; Stockton from Post to Geary ; Seventh, 
from Market to Mission ; Market, opposite Eighth ; Fourth, from Howard to Fol- 



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6om ; Tehama, from Third to Fourth ; easterly half of Stockton, opposite Pfeiffer ; 
easterly half of Fourth, opposite Tehama ; Bush, from Powell to Mason ; Howard, 
from Second to Third ; crossing of Geary and Stockton ; Post, from Dupont to 
Stockton ; Filbert, from Dupont to Stockton ; — making an aggregate of 20,967,', lineal 
feet, at a cost of $287,200.29. 

We do not deem it necessary to specify the streets and thorougfares graded, paved, 
and planked, with the accompanying sidewalk improvements, with the details of the 
work, but will content ourselves with saying that the operations of the departments 
have been carried on with such vigor that the carriage-ways and sidewalks of our 
city were never before in so good a condition. That portion of San Francisco front- 
ing on the bay, is daily demanding the more serious attention of the proper authorities 
from the increasing defects of the planking and the unsafe condition of the streets and 
wharfs. From the perishable nature of the materials used, it is an impossibility to 
repair the damages to the planking in the ratio of their occurrence ; and the filling 
in of the city front, and paving the same in k substantial manner, altlwugh an 
expensive remedy, would prove the wisest and most economical policy in the end. 
The introduction of the Nicolson pavement (of wooden blocks set on asphaltum 
cement) during the past year, on that portion of Montgomery Street between Sacra- 
mento and Commercial, on Bush Street in front of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, has proved 
a success — standing the test of the wear and tear of vehicles, rendering travel easier, 
and deadening the sound. The proposed widening of Kearny Street will be an 
improvement that will add much to the beauty of the city, and the comfort and 
accommodation of the citizens. 

The Lincoln School Building. — One of the finest architectural ornaments of 
San Francisco, is the Lincoln School, erected on the spacious lot belonging to the 
Department on Fifth Street near Market, during the past year. It is a decided 
improvement on its predecessor, planned by the same architect, the Bush Street 
School — in itself an elegant and well-arranged building. In fact, it is a matter of 
doubt whether there is to be found in any city of the United States a more imposing, 
better built, or more conveniently planned or arranged structure than this model 
school-building, erected by a community of little more than twelve years' growth. It 
is a solid brick structure, the exterior and partition walls of which are massive and firm, 
built upon a solid foundation. All the essentials of safety, health, and comfort of the 
children, for whose benefit and training it has been called into existence, have been con- 
sulted in every detail and its minutest particulars. The building is cruciform in shape, 
one hundred and forty-one and one-half feet in length, with wings eighteen by thirty- 
three feet — the whole covering a superficial area of ten thousand one hundred and 
thirty-seven feet. It comprises two stories with basement and attic, the latter being 
fitted up as a spacious and well-lighted hall, for the purposes of lectures, school exhibi- 
tions, and other literary exercises. The first two stories are elegantly finished in 
class rooms, fitted up with all the educational appliances of modem times ; while the 
basement, temporarily used for school purposes, in addition to its occupation for the 
purposes of heating the building, is eventually to be fitted up as a gymnasium, with 
all the usual appliances for the exercise of the pupils. The means of ventiV- ;!on is 
perfect throughout every portion, and such is the admirable arrangment of ligj'.b that 
not a dark spot is to be found in any part of the building. "Water is also conveyed to 



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every portion, and nothing has been omitted that can in any way conduce to the 
health, comfort, or convenience of the inmates. The walls of the basement and first 
story are two feet thick, and those of the superstructure eighteen inches — and such is 
the character of the work, that no new building of like extent withstood the shock of 
the earthquake of the eighth of October, with so little actual damage. The building, 
which is of the style of architecture known as the Renaissance, which had its origin 
in the classic age of Louis XIV, is surmounted by a Mansard roof, a style which 
from its light and airy character being peculiarly adapted to the climate of the coast, 
is becoming very popular. Above this is a handsome cupola ; while an elegant balus- 
trade surrounds the whole. The staircases leading to each story are broad and sub- 
stantially constructed with frequent landings or resting places — forming altogether 
four safe and easy avenues of ingress and egress. The building, exclusive of the 
large hall of the attic, is of sufficient capacity to accommodate with ease nine hundred 
pupils, based upon the ratio of fifty to each class. The arrangements are such that 
each class-room forms a school of itself, and can if occasion requires, be entirely iso- 
lated from the other portions of the building. A thorough examination of the Lincoln 
School Building affords the most conclusive proof^that a more thorough and complete 
structure has never been erected here ; and the work is alike creditable to Mr. William 
Craine, the architect who planned and superintended the entire work, and the builders 
and mechanics engaged in its construction. The building was dedicated to the pur- 
poses for which it was designed, on the twenty-ninth of June, 1865, with an address 
by Edward Tompkins, Esq., and other appropriate exercises. 

Synagogue Emanu El. — The new church edifice on Sutter Street, between 
Stockton and Powell, recently erected by this society, is one of the most important 
additions to the prominent buildings of the city, made during the past season. The 
lot is one hundred and thirty-seven and a half by one hundred and fifty-seven and a 
half feet, centrally located, and is most admirably adapted to the purposes to which i' 
is dedicated. The church temple presents an imposing appearance, and when iully 
completed will be one of the most interesting structures in this city. The auditorium, 
which will be most beautifully and elegantly finished, is fifty-three feet wide, ninety- 
seven feet long, and fifty feet high, and is designed to seat twelve hundred persons. 
The basement is to be devoted to educational purposes and will be arranged to accom- 
modate eight hundred children. The entire cost of the building, ready for use, will 
be about $150,000. 

The Synagogue Ohaiba Shalome. — This handsome edifice, which like the 
foregoing, gives marked evidence of the prosperity of its founders, and zeal in the 
faith of their fathers, is located on Mason Street, between Geary and Post It was 
consecrated on Friday the fifteenth of September last, with the customary ceremonials 
of the Jewish Church. It is an elegant and substantial brick structure erected at a 
cost of about sixty thousand dollars. The main body of the building is rectangular 
in form, with a gallery at the two sides, and front end. At the opposite is the aitar 
which is of considerable size, connected with which is the reading desk and preacher's 
pulpit, the whole surrounded with a carved railing. Above this, high up in the gable 
endyiVRfl large circular window of stained glass, beneath which, for the whole middle 
of tht . nd, and about ten feet in depth, is a superb y-carved and polished rosewood 
frame, heavily gilt in scroll work, the whole forming a border for a slab of white 



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marble, on which are engraved in gold letters the Ten Commandments ; beneath this 
is a very heavy crimson silk Brochas with fringe and tassels, covering the Holy Ark, 
the whole making a very elegant appearance. All the wood-work of the bnilding, 
including the pulpits, the benches, the doors, the paneling of the gallery, is in black 
walnut, beautifully carved and polished. The seats and backs of the pews are uphol- 
stered in crimson damask, and the floor is covered with Brussels carpet. For the 
purpose of light, there are beneath the gallery six stained glass windows ; on the sides 
and above them are eight long gothic windows of plain glass, and at the end in a 
recess is a large circular window with stained glass, whilst from the center of the roof 
depends a handsome bronze chandelier of sixty lights ; a number of other gasoliers 
surround the walls, while on the altar there are two ornamented bronze stands, eight 
feet high, surmounted with three lights each. The large hall of the basement below, 
is fitted up as a school-room, well lighted, ventilated, and conveniently arranged for 
educational purposes. The entire structure reflects credit upon the Trustees who had 
the matter in charge, and Mr. Patten, the architect, who designed and superintended 
its erection. 

San Francisco Shot Tower. — A novel and important feature in San Francisco 
manufactures has been introduced during the past year, which is no less than the 
erection by one of our most enterprising citizens, Mr. Thomas H. Selby, of an exten- 
sive building for the manufacture of bar and sheet-lead, lead-pipe, shot, and bullets, on 
the corner of Howard and First streets. The main structure which is used for the 
purposes named, is eighty by seventy feet square, and three stories in hight with a 
deep basement. The hight of the tower which surmounts this, looming far above the 
surrounding structures, is two hundred feet from the base. The establishment is fitted 
up with a first-class engine, machinery, and appliances for the varied operations to be 
carried on, of the highest order, and in all its arrangements will fully eqhal any simi- 
lar enterprise of the Eastern cities — the cost of the whole amounting to not less than 
seventy-five thousand dollars. This is certainly an important movement toward the 
further development of the unsurpassed mineral resources of the Pacific coast. Large 
bodies of galena, yielding a large per centage of the precious metals, abound in the 
southern portions of our State, where wood, water, and the conveniences of smelting 
and reduction of ores are within reach. The demand which such a manufactory must 
create, must eventually result in the profitable working of vast bodies of mineral in 
the undeveloped lodes of that region. Until this is the case, however, the stock of 
material for manufacture at the establishment will of necessity be drawn from the 
Atlantic States and Europe. 

Addition to the Occidental Hotel. — One of the most important as well as 
spacious and showy private improvements in our city, during the past year, is the 
extensive addition made to the Montgomery Street front of the Occidental Hotel, by 
the enterprising owners, J. A. Donohoe and others. This addition comprises a front 
on Montgomery Street of two hundred and eight feet, is four stories in hight, and 
contains one hundred and twenty-five rooms, which with the present capacity of the 
hotel will afford accommodations for not less than five hundred guests. The main 
entrance to the hotel, with the ladies' and gentlemen's reception-rooms, will be on 
Montgomery Street, which portion of the building presents quite an imposing appear- 
ance. Under the management of the Messrs. Leland, who belong to a race of pop- 



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ular landlords — who are " to the manner born," the Occidental with this important 
addition will rival in extent and accommodations any similar establishment on either 
side of the Atlantic. Mr. J. P. Johnson is the architect, who designed and superin- 
tended the erection of this extensive structure. 

Lick House Addition. — Although the Lick House as originally designed is one 
of the largest and most commodious hotel buildings of the city, such is the demand 
for accommodations of this character, that the wealthy owner of this property has 
erected during the past season an addition to the building but little inferior in size 
and equal in all its details and arrangements. Its dimensions are one hundred and 
forty-eight feet on Sutter by the same on Lick Street, and three stories in bight, and 
contains seventy-five rooms in addition to a large dining hall ; the whole to be con- 
tnected with the main building by bridges running from each floor. 

Other Hotel Additions. — A handsome structure has also been erected by 
Messrs. Grissim & Henderson on the south side of Bush Street, between Montgom- 
ery and Sansom, adjoining the Cosmopolitan Hotel, with a frontage of sixty-eight feet 
and nine inches, and depth of one hundred and thirty-one feet six inches. The first 
story of the building, which is fitted up in elegant style, is occupied by the Franco- 
American Company as a bazaar or sales-room, for the display and disposal of elegant 
pictures — many of them originals by celebrated masters — statuary, vases, rare mosaics, 
articles of vertu, pianos, and fancy goods of the most elegant description. The second 
story, which is reached by a spacious stairway from the Bush Street entrance, is occu- 
pied for the meetings of the Washoe Club, an association of individuals who have 
realized largely from the silver drifts of Nevada. The three upper stories of the 
building, which contain eighty rooms, single and in suits for families, are used by the 
Reis Brothers, the wealthy proprietors and landlords of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, for 
the accommodation of their guests — the halls of this portion communicating with those 
in the hotel building. The basement, which is reached by a broad flight of stone steps 
at the east side of the front, is fitted up as a first-class bowling saloon. This structure, 
as well as the large and elegant building of Mr. Cunningham, on the corner of 
Market and Third streets, was erected under the supervision of Messrs. Kenitzer & 
Farquharson, architects. 

Pine Street, between Montgomery and Sansom. — No portion of San 
Francisco exhibits the rapid march of improvement going on in our midst, more 
forcibly than that portion of Pine Street situated between Montgomery and Sansom. 
During the past year a number of spacious and elegant structures have been erected 
on each side of the thoroughfare within the limits named. During the past year, the 
proprietor of the Academy of Music has erected an elegant brick on the lot adjoining 
that handsome structure, formerly occupied by the Engine House of No. 7. Adjoining 
this, Mr. H. B. Piatt has erected a fine brick building ; and farther along, near San- 
som, Mr. W. S. Clark has built during the past season a spacious brick, five stories in 
hight — altogether one of the most extensive and best-built structures erected during the 
year. On the opposite side of the street, a short distance below Montgomery, Messrs. 
Goetz & Schreiber have erected a handsome brick, which is occupied by themselves as 
the Eureka Hotel, the upper portion being occupied by the hall of the United Order 
of Red Men, an association which although of but comparatively recent organization 
here, is rapidly increasing. 



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New Mission Bridge. — This important enterprise which affords the means of 
convenient communication with the south-eastern sections of the city, has been fully 
completed during the past season. Its entire length is nearly one mile and its con- 
struction cost nearly $50,000. 

California Cotton Mill. — The articles of incorporation for the erection of 
the first cotton mill of the Pacific coast, was filed in the San Francisco County 
Clerk's ofllice, in August, 1865. The association is styled the "Oakland Cotton 
Manufacturing Company," of which Wm. H. Rector & Sons are the principal stock- 
holders, with a cash capital of $100,000. The work on the first mill, erected by the 
company, has been completed and fitted up with the requisite machinery for going 
into successful operaiion. It is eligibly located near the town of Oakland, Alameda- 
County. It is a spacious brick building, ninety by forty feet, and two stories high- 
The mill contains thirty-two looms, run by a steam engine of forty-horse power, and 
will give steady employment to about thirty operatives. The company have also 
erected, contiguous to their factory, three commodious brick buildings for the accom- 
mo<lation of the employes of the establishment, and they have nearly completed a 
side-wheel steamer of two hundred tons for the transportation of the raw material and 
manufactured goods to and from the establishment. For the present, it is the inten- 
tion to manufacture only the heavy articles of goods demanded by the market, such 
as drillings and sheetings, until the experiments in cotton raising in this State, demon- 
strate the success of this important branch of agriculture in California, the company 
will necessarily be obliged to draw their supplies of the raw material from Mexico. 

Drives in the Vicinitt of San Francisco. — There are probably few cities 
that have more grand and beautiful views, fine scenery, and more attractive drives, 
than are to be found in the immediate vicinity of San Francisco. Take the Point Lo- 
bos Road with its sweep around the beach on the north side, passing the bights of Black 
Point, and taking the Presidio on the way to Fort Point Terminus, and you have a 
series of the most beautiful landscapes. Take Bush Street and you have a fine road 
to the cemeteries of the city. Passing these " cities of the dead," a short drive brings 
you to the Cliff House, where you see the broad Pacific spread before you, in the 
morning like a vast sheet of silver, and in the evening like one vast mass of molten 
gold. Sweeping around the curve of the ocean strand, over the new toll road, you 
reach the Ocean House with the new race track, where those two champions of Ken- 
tucky stock, Norfork and Lodi, contested their speed and bottom, and wending your 
way across the hills, you pass over the new shell road leading to Bay View Park. 
This popular resort, now under the control of Messrs. Williamson & Hopkins, is one 
of the most attractive spots in the vicinity of this city. After partaking of the 
hospitalities of these worthy hosts, you take a beautiful trip overland. Mission-ward? 
or the graceful bend around Hunters' Point through the Potrero, crossing Mission 
Bay on its new and substantial bridge, you land at the foot of Third Street, pleased 
with your entire excursion. 

New Buildings. — ^Total number of buildings, August, 1864, 14,443, of which 
2,930 are of brick. Number erected from August, 1864 to August, 1865, estimated 
at 1,075 of which 320 are of brick, making an aggregate in the city and county of 
15,518, viz.: wood, 12,268, brick, 3,250. 



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CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS, 

' Prom September 20th, 1864, to November 10th, 1865. 



September 20, 1864. An earthquake occurred at 
10:45, A.M., frightening some, but doing no material 

damage Michael McDermott, who stabbed and 

killed Daniel Kolligan two weeks before, was held 
for trial on a charge of murder. 

Sept. 21. The Mexicans celebrated the victory 
of their countrymen under Cortinas, over the French, 
at Matamoras. 

Sept. 22. The new grammar school house, built 
on the comer of Bush and Taylor streets, was dedi- 
cated with appropriate ceremonials The remains 

of the late Rev. T. Starr King were removed from 
the vault at Lone Mountain and entombed in the 
sarcophagus in front of the Unitarian church. 

Sept. 23. The Pacific Mail Steamer Golden City 
sailed for Panama with a large number of passen- 
gers, among whom were Rev. Dr. Bellows and 
family, Rt. Rev. Bishop Kip and wife, and other 
pronunenl citizens. The treasure shipment amounted 
to $1,175,208.07. 

Sept. 24. The Spanish-American and Chilean 
residents celebrated the anniversary of the Inde- 
pendence of Chile. 

Sept. 26. A man named Mordecai Mobley, a 
native of Springfield, Illinois, aged twenty-nine, and 
another named N. H. W. Dunn, committed suicide 

by talking morphine Salutes fired at 4, p.m., from 

the U. S. forts and by the volunteer batteries, in 
honor of Sheridan's victories in the Shenandoah 

Valley A whale, about seventy-five feet long, 

was stranded and came ashore outside the Heads, 
near the Cliff House. 

Sept. 27. The embargo of the Treasury Depart- 
ment, forbidding the loading of foreign vessels at 
any portion of Paget Sound, by order of Secretary 

Fessenden The Nicaragua steamer Moses Taylor 

arrived with a large number of passengers. 

Sept. 28. Meeting held at the Mechanics' Pavilion 
for relieving the distresses of the people of Santa 
Barbara. 

Sept. 30. The Jewish Holidays, especially the 
New Year or " Day of Memorial," were celebrated 
with the accustomed ceremonials, by the large 
Hebrew population The fines and penalties col- 
lected, during the past month, in the Police Court, 
amounted to $3,884; number of arrests, seven hun- 
dred and nineteen. 

October 2. Steamship firemen struck for higher 
wages. An attempt was made to prevent the neces- 
sary hands from going on board the steamship 
Golden Age, which occasioned a riot, rendering 
necessary tlie interference of a large body of armed 

police to" restore good order Board of Military 

Commission organized for the examination of the 
defenses in and around San Francisco. The Provost 
Guard increased to the number of one hundred and 
sixty men The thermometer eighty-three de- 
grees in the shade at 2, p.m The benefit to the 

Santa Barbara sutferei-sat the Industrial Fair netted 
$1,368.30. 

Oct. 4. A small frame building on Telegraph 

Hill was destroyed by fire, about 8 o'clock, a.m 

The great trotting match between Fillmore and 
Unknown was won by the latter. 

Oct. 5. The comer stone of the monument to the 



late George H. Hossefross was laid at Calvary 

Cemetery, with appropriate ceremonials The 

boiler of lis' Salt Water Baths, on North Beach, 
exploded, fatally injuring the engineer. 

Oct. 7. A desperado named Roderick, stabbed a 
woman on Broadway, and attacked a policeman 

who attempted to arrest him George Meyers shot 

a keeper of a saloon on Pacific Street, and after- 
wards beat her severely on the head with a pistol. 

Oct. 9. Eighty-eighth anniversary of the settle- 
ment of San Francisco, the Mission of that name 

being founded October 9th, 1776 Mr. and Mrs. 

Charles Kean made their first appearance, before a 
crowded audience, at the Opera House. 

Oct. 13. Steamer Brother Jonathan arrived from 
Victoria and Portland, with a large nnmber of pas- 
sengers and $3ii9,'ll0 in treasure Robert Dyson, 

an old resident ot San Francisco, fell in a fit on the 

street, and died in a short time The Pacific Mail 

St«amship Constitution departed for Panama with a 
large number of passengers, and treasure amounting 
to $1,204,664.25. 

Oct. 15. Patrick Ferris, one of the workmen en- 
gaged at the intersection of Greenwich and Leav- 
enworth streets, was killed by the falling of a mass 
of rock. 

Oct. 16. The U. S. gunboat Wateree, Capt. F. 
H. Murray, Commander, arrived, two hundred and 
twenty-two days from Hampton Roads. 

Oct. 18. The Central American Transit Com- 
pany's steamer Moses Taylor left for San Juan del 

Surwith a large number of passeiigei-s The U. 

S. Courts adjourned out of respect to the memory 
of Chief Justice Taney. 

Oct. 21. A fire occurred on Second Street, near 
Brvant, doing but little damage. 

Oct. 23. The first rain of the season fell to-day 

The opening lecture of the new Medical College, 

by its foundetr. Dr. H. H. Toland, was delivered be- 
fore a large audience.... Hypolite Vaduret died 
suddenly, of disease of the heart. 

Oct. '25. The corner stone of the Jewish Syna- 
gogue, Eraanu El, on Sutter Street, was laid with 
appropriate ceremonials. 

Oct. 26. The British ship Alhambra cleared for 
Hongkong with treasure Hhipment amounting to 

$201,515.94 The C. S. Navigation Co.'s steamer 

Sophie McLane, running between San Francisco and 
Suisun. blew up at the latter place about 7 o'clock, 
A.M., killing and maiming several of the passengers 
and crew, and making the vessel a total wreck. 
'The following were the parties killed bv the explo- 
sion, or who subsequently died from its effects : 
Henry P. Hulburt, Commander; George Folger, 
Pilot ; Charles Yates, Second Engineer ; and \Vm. 
Lawlor, deck hand. 

Oct. 28. Two more whalers came into port, 
making twenty-four in number since the thirteenth 
of the month The San Francisco Board of Un- 
derwriters, in view of the numerous incendiary fires, 
oft'er a reward of $1,250 for the apprehension and 
conviction of parties engaged in house burning. 

Oct. 30. First norther of the season, which did 
considerable damage to the shipping in the harbor 
Wm. H. Keeue, a wait«r at the New York Res- 



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tanmnt, whr drowned whilejbathing at Point Lobos 
nt-iir the Clitr House. 

Oct. 31. A stable on the corner of Stockton and 
Green streets was set on fire about 10, p.m. iind com- 
nletelv destroyed Fines and penalties of tiie Po- 
lice Court for this month, $-1,816 Joliii Uei<an, 

URed tliirty-three years, was found di-owned at 
Norlli Hijiicii. 

NovKMBEK 1. A meeting was held at which the 
certificate of incorporation and constitution of a Cal- 
ifornia Art Union were adopted, 

Nov. 5. A Heet of merchantmen and whalers 
came into port, consisting of eight ships, five barks, 
five schooners, and three brigs. 

Nov. 7. For several days past the city has been 

visited with severe northers A bonfire built over 

a ci«tern at the intersection of Montgomery and 
Pacific Htreetb, caused the tire-damp and gases con- 
fined in it to explode, throwing the iron cover to a 
great distance and shattering the walls to pieces. 

Nov. 8. The election for President of the United 
States, membei-8 of Congress, and Stale officers 
passed oti' quietly. Nearly all the stores and other 
places of business were closed during the day. 

Nov. 9. The great pacing match between Pacific 
and Unknown was won by the former. 

Nov. 11. Muj. ThomasB. Eastlaud, a veteran of 
the Mexican war and an old San Fi-ancisco pioneer. 



died, aged tiftv eight years. 
Nov. 12. 'rhe ste 



steamer Sierra Nevada arrived 
from the North with a number of passengers, and 
treasure amounting to $43(1,073. . j .Dennis Gahageu, 
a pioneer citizen died, aged fifty-five years. I)e- 
ceased came to the country as interpreter of the U. 
S. Boundary Commission under John B. Weller. 

Nov. 14. The iron-clad monitor Comanche was 
successfully launched to day in presence of thous- 
ands of spectators assembled to view the novel and 
interesting sight. J. P. Buckley, an old and valued 
citizen, had his ankle caught in a coil of rope dur- 
ing the launch, and so badly crushed as to require 
amputation. 

Nov. 16. A fire broke out at 1, p.m. in a two- 
story frame building on Market Street naar Ellis, 
destroying it and aojoining buildings, loss $2o,000. 

Nov. 17. Hon. John P. Buckley died at 5, a.m., 
of the injuries he received at the lannch of the Co- 
manche. Deceased was one of the pioneer business 
men of San Francisco, having come to this place in 
1849. He was foremost in all public enterprises and 
charities, and his untimely decease was aeeply de- 
plored A tire occurred in a frame building on 

Pine Street, between Dupont and Stockton, doing 

slight damage The P. M. S. Constitution arrived 

bringing a large number of passengei-s and six hun- 
dred and thirty tons of freight. 

Nov. 18. A woman of intemperate habits, known 
as Mrs. Place, was found burned to death in a base- 
ment on the corner of Vallejo and Powell streets. 

Nov. 20. A frame shanty in the rear of the Gaa 
Works was burned down, loss trifling. 

Nov. 21. A fire broke out at 10, p.m., in the rear 
of the Antelope Restaurant, 612 Market Street; 

damage $1,00(1 The steamer Brother Jonathan 

arrived from the North with a large number of 
passengers and treasure amounting to $401,000. 

Nov. 22. Over $400,000 in gold dust was de- 
posited in the U. S. Branch Mint, being the largest 
amount deposited in any day since its establishment. 

Nov. 23. The P. M. S. Constitution left for Pan- 
ama with a large number of passengers and treasure 
amounting to $1,074,203.85. 

Nov. 25. Capt. Hiram Faircbild, a pioneer print- 
er, who came to California in 1849 and who had 
served during the Mexican war died, aged fifty -two 
years. 

Nov. 26. A severe storm occurred in the bay, 
capsizing and sinking numerous small craft and (io- 
ing considerable damage to the shipping At 4 



o'clock, P.M., the gauge at the Mint indicated that 
three inches of rain had fallen up to that time, as 
much as the entire rain fall of the last season. St. 
Ann's Valley was comjiletely flooded, and the cel- 
lars in the lower part of the city were filled with 
water. 

Nov. 27. Edward E. Powers, a pioneer printer 
and President of the Eureka Tynograpliical Union, 
who came to California in 1849, died. 

Nov. 28. The rain continues and the weather is 
exceedingly rough. Considerable damage has been 
done to the shipping going over the bar outside. 
Owing to the breaking away of a culvert on the 
corner of Market and Fremont streets, the extensive 
basement of Treadwell & Co., filled with hardware, 
was flooded doing damage estimated at from $30,000 
to $40,000. 

Nov. 29. An altercation took place on Montgom- 
ery Street between Charles F. Curie and Charles 
Stephens, two mining secretaries, in which the for- 
mer shot the latter; not, however, dangerously 
wounding him. 

Nov. 30. The fines and penalties of the Police 

Couit for the month amounted to $1,684.75 An 

Italian fishing boat running in from the Farallones 
was capsized and lost, the crew being saved by the 
pilot boat Fanny The St. Andrew's Society cele- 
brated the anniversary of their patron saint by a 

dinner at the Cosmopolitan Hotel The amount of 

rain which fell during the past week was 6-86 in. 

December 2. About 5J, a.m. a fire broke out on 
Third Street near Stevenson. The fire spread so 
rapidly thai in a short time the whole premises were 
destroyed. John Hays, a laborer, perished in the 
flames. The loss of property was only about $3,000. 

Dec. 3. The Sacramento sailed for Panama with 
$765,934.87 in treasure. 

Dec. 4. Edward L. Fell, an old citizen of San 
Francisco, died of typhoid fever. He was one of 
the most enterprising contractors in the city. 

Dec. 6. Frederick D. Kohler, a pioneer citizen 
of San Francisco, died at the Rnss House. De- 
ceased was born in New York in 1810, and filled the 
offices of First Assistant Engineer of the Fire De- 
partment and Alderman of the Sixth Ward of that 
city. He was elected Chief Engineer of the San 
Francisco Fire Department at the first election held 
in 1850, and was subsequently elected County Re- 
corder. 

Dec. 9. The second expedition, fitted out under 
the direction of T. J. L. Smiley, for the recovery of 
the treasure lost by the burning of the Golden Gate, 
left for Manzanillo on the steamer Commodore. 

Dec. 11. The John L. Stephens arrived from 
Mexico, with numerous passengers, and $96,359 in 

specie, and 1,390 bags of silver ore A fire broke 

out in an iron building in the rear of Washington 
and Davis streets, containing about eighty tons of 

tule hay. The damage was slight A slight shock 

of an earthquake was felt about 9, p.m. 

Dec. 13. The Golden City left for Panama with 
a large number of passengers, and treasure amount- 
ing to $1,022,188.10. 

Dec. 14. The Brother Jonathan arrived from up 
the Coast with numerous passengers, and $400,200 
in treasure. 

Dec. 16. The news of the defeat of the rebel 
commander Hood, by Gen. Thomas, in Tennessee, 
was celebrated in spirited style. 

Dec. 17. A couple of cars ran off^ the track of 
the San Jos6 Railroad, in the vicinity of School 
House Station, near the county line. The passengers 
were but slightly injured, but the Conductor, Mr. E. 
A. Hudson, aged about thirty years, was crushed to 
death. 

Dec. 20. A fire occurred in a hay warehouse, 
north-west comer of Clay and Drumra streets. 
Damage slight. 

Dec. 21. A butcher named Henry Schram, a 



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German, who had a difficulty with his wife, at the 
Potrero, fired two ehote at her, both of which took 
effect, but not fatally. Supposing that he had killed 
his wife, Schram sliot himself through the head, 
which killed him instantly. 

Dec. 23. The Golden Age left for Panama with 

$1 ,053,3.512.65 in treasure J. F. Leddy , for several 

years a clerk in a fashionable dry goods' store, and 
a pioneer of 1849, committed suicide by swallowing 
strychnine. 

Dec. 24. Some unprincipled parties published a 
spurious extra, purporting to be issued from the 
Alta and Bulletin offices, giving an account of the 
capture of Richmond. Several hundred dollars' 
worth were sold by the newsboys befoi-e the hoax 
wa« discovered and the principals arrested. 

Dec. 27. The dead body of James Gordon, the 
mate of a schooner, who had been missing for sev- 
eral days, was found upright in the mud under the 
wharf on East Street. 

Dec. 28. Very dense fogs pervade the city all 
night, rendering traveling any distance a hazardous 

operation James Fitz Afaurice, an ex-New York 

detective, was arrested and held to bail in the sum 
of $5,000, for an attempt to murder and rob Andrew 
J. Haight, a gold-peu manufacturer, in his room in 
broad davlight. 

Dec. So. The U. S. steamer Saginaw, Com- 
mander W. E. Hopkins, arrived from Panama, 
having on board the Salvador pirates, who were 

immediately transferred to Alcatraz The San 

Francisco Fishermen's Association, commonly known 
as the " Italian Fishermen," inaugurated their new 
fish market, on the corner of Clay and Leidesdorff 
streets. 

January 1, 1865. The remains of Capt. S. C. 
Simmons, a pioneer citizen, wlio died of hemorrhage 
resulting from an accident, were followed to the 
tomb by the Pioneer Association, of which he was 
a respected member. Deceased was Controller of 
the Pueblo of San Fi-ancisco in 1849-50. .-— 

Jan. 2. New Year falling on Sunday, to-day was 
generally observed with the festivities usual on the 
occasion. The colored population celebrated the 
anniversary of the issue of President Lincoln's 
Emancipation Proclamation. 

Jan. 3. A discharged soldier named Michael 
Callaghan, fell overboard from the steamer Senator, 

at Broadway Wharf, and was drowned Joseph 

Mayer, an old and esteemed merchant of California 
Street, died suddenly of an attack of asthma. 

Jan. 5. A fire occurred in the brick building of 
James Kelly, 38 California Street. Although 
promptly extinguished, the damage from fire and 

water was considerable The Sacramento arrived 

with a large number of passengers, among whom 
was Capt. C. H. Baldwin, U. S. Navy. 

Jan. 7. The gold and silver coined at the San 
Francisco Mint during the year 1864 is reported to 
be $16,323,186. 

Jan. 8. Leon Prudon, ex-Foreman of Lafayette 
Hook and Ladder Comnany, and a resident of San 
Francisco since 1850, diea. 

Jan. 9. The following officers were chosen for 
the ensuing year at an election by the Stock Ex- 
change Board: J. B. Cavallier, President; John 
Perry, Jr., Vice President ; Henry Schmeidell, 
Treasurer; Franklin Lawton, Secretary. 

Jan. 10. Tbe America sailed for San Juan del 
Sur with a large number of passengers. 

Jan. 11. The rooms of the California Art Union, 
No. 312 Montgomery Street, were opened with an 
elegant collation. 

Ja n. 12. The trial of Moses Frank for forging an 
indorsement upon a bill of exchange, drawn by 
Baum, the Superintendent of the Utah Mining Com- 
piiny, commenced before a jury in the County Court. 

Jan. J 3. The Sacramento left for Panama with 
$1,069,465.06 iu treasure Barney Olwell, de- 



liberately shot and killed James Irwin. The excuse 
given was, that the deceased owed his murderer 
forty-two dollars, which he hud the means to pay at 
the tiiiie. 

Jan. 14. The Oregon arrived from the North 

with treasure amounting to $200,000 Steam was 

for the first time applied to the monitor Comanche, 
the machinery and turret working admirably. 

Jan. 18. "The remains of Bernard Hogan, Fore- 
man of Broderick Engine Co. No. 1, were followed 
to Calvary Cemetery by the members of the Fire 
Department and numerous citizens, including several 
carriages filled with the leading Chinese merchants 

of San Francisco First Officer Boyd, of the 

American ship Sir John Franklin, arrived from 
Pigeon Point, between thirty and forty miles south 
of the Heads, bringing the news that the vessel 
had gone ashore at that point, during the fog ot the 
night of the seventeenth. Thirteen of those on board 
perished, and the vessel and cargo were a total lose. 

Jan. 21. The John L Stephens arrived from 
Mexican ports with $103,307 in specie, and 1,945 
bags of ore The monitor Comanche, with a num- 
ber of army and navy officers and invited guests on 
board, made a successful trial trip to Mare Island. 

Jan. 22. Tlie Pacific arrived from the North witij 
treasure amounting to $198,000. 

Jan. 23. The Golden City left for Panama with 
$9.57,287.58 in treasure. 

Jan. 26. A fire occurred about 11 o'clock, p.m., 
in a frame building occupied by a number of Chinese 
families, on Sacramento Street, above Kearny. The 
building was consumed, but the damage was slight. 
A Chinaman named Tong Yung was suffocated by 
the smoke. 

Jan. 30. The body of James Cunningham, a 
Norwegian sailor, who had been missing for a month 
past, was found floating in the Bay. 

Jan. 31. M. Schmidt, a native of Germany, aged 
about thirty years, recently returned from iSlexico, 
in a fit of temporary insanity, shot and dangerously, 
wounded Francis t). Lonneux, in the bar-room of 
the William Tell House, after which he committed 
suicide by shooting and stabbing himself. The 
parties were entire strangers to each other. 

Febkuary 1. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean made 
their last appearance at the Opera House. 

Feb. 2. Frederick Woodworth, an old and high- 
ly respected citizen, and the son of Samuel Wood- 
worth, the author of the " Old Oaken Bucket," 
died today. 

Feb. 3. The Golden Age left for Panama with 
treasure amounting to $1,222,311.85. 

Feb. 4. Tlie Second and Seventh Regiments of 
California Volunteers were reviewed by General 

McDowell, at the Presidio A young German, 

name unknown, was drowned oflf the rocks, near 

the Cliff House Lonneux, the man shot by 

Schmidt, at the William Tell House, Bush Strei^' 
died of his wounds. 

Feb. 5. The Constitution arrived with a b"' 
number of passengers. Preparations had beenui '" 
to give Gen. Dan. E. Sickles a grand reception, l.i' 
to the great chagrin of the crowd, he waeno\ '>■! 

board A fire occurred, near 12, p.m., in the bi ^ 

building, 821 Kearny Street, the woodwork and c«ii 
tents of which were entirely destroyed. 

Feb. 6. The <rst pile of the new bridge to con- 
nect the Potrero with the city, was driven to-day. 

A fire occurred a little past 1, a..m., inaone- 

story building, on Third, near Stevenson Street, 

which was, with its contents, entirely destroyed 

Caroline Lewis, a mulatto woman, who had laid 
down Kill' gone to sleep, wassuffocated by the smoke 
of flir V i .tains set on tire by the candle. 

F ' ri. Robert Murray, a native of Massachu- 
sef- , aged forty-four years, was found dead in hia 
be<.. 

Feu 10. Walter S. Denio, Melter and Refiner of 



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the U. S. Branch Mint, aged lliirtyBix, died of con- 
gestion of tlie lungs, and operations ut llie Mint are 
nece«»Hril y euHpenJed until advices are received from 
Washington. 

Fkb. I:J. The Constitution and Moaes Taylor left 
with a large number of passengers, the former 
taking $1, 325,452. !)0 in treasure. 

Fkh. J6. Alexander Uarnes, an old citizen of 
California and one of the original proprietors of the 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, died of gradual decline. 

Fkb. 18. The news of the death of Itichard M. 
Jessup, former President of the California Steam 
Navigation Company, at Panama ou the 3d instant, 
was received to-day. 

Feb. 19. Captain Paul and the officers of the ship 
Great Republic, i-ecently arrived from Boston, were 
arrested and held to bail for alleged brutal and cruel 

treatment of the seamen of the vessel Michael 

O'Biian, who cume to California in 1849, and a well 
known pioneer butcher of San Francisco, and one of 
the most warm-hearted and charitable men, died at 
his residence. 

Feb. 21. An old U. S. soldier, named John Jack- 
son, a member of Company B, U. S. Artillery, was 
drowned between the city and Angel Island. 

Feb. 22. The Sacramento left for Panama with 

treasure amounting to $1,615,156.62 A severe 

norther in the morning did considerable damage to 
the shipping in the bay. 

Feb. 23. The Oregon arrived from the North 

with treasure amountmg to $145,820 John Her- 

ron, a pioneer citizen and for many years the book 
keeper of the Alta California newspaper, died at his 
re.'iidence in the evening. 

Feb. 24. The jury in the case of J. Downes 

Wilson vs. The San Francisco Bulletin, for alleged 

elandei growing out of remarks in relation to the 

sale of tlie Santiago Mine, returned a verdict for 

,_glaintiff of $7,500. 

^^Feb. 26. A lire broke out about 6, p.m., in the 
old Chinese Hospital building, on the corner of Jes- 
sie and Ecker streets, destroying the entire estab- 
lishment. 

Feb. 27. The John L. Stephens arrived from the 
Mexican coast with treasure amounting to $75,581, 
and a quantity of valuable silver ore. 

March 1. March " came in like a lion," bringing 
enow, hail, and rain within the first twelve hours. 

March 2. The Pacific arrived from the Northern 

Coast with $87,820 in treasure The cars of the 

Alameda Railroad made their first through-trip to 
San Leandro. 

March 3. The St. Louis left for Panama with 
treasure amounting to $1,904,694.75. 

March 4. The fall of Savannah, Charleston, and 
Wilmington, and the second inauguration of Abra- 
ham Lincoln were celebrated by military parades 
and salutes during the day and an illumination and 

torch-light procession in the evening Willard 

Buzzell, Jack Lott, and William Divers, engaged in 
whaling at Half Moon Bay, were drowned by the 
swjampuig of their boat. The first named was pro- 
pi jetor of the Purissima House, and came to Cali- 
iVjfmia in 1838. 

^ M.1RCH 7. The U. S. gunboat Shubrick departed 
: >or Sitka, Russian America, with the parties en- 
gaged to build the Collins' Russian Overland Tele- 
graph. , 

March 9. The Golden Age .arrived with a large 
number of passengers, among them Commodore >Ic- 
Dougal of the Navy, who is to take command of 
the Comanche. 

March 10. The following rates of fare on the 
outgoing steamers are lower than have bee:' charged 
for years. P. M. S. Co. $150, $115, $70, $40; Op- 
position, $110. $65, $35. 

March 12. A fire broke out about 5, a.m., in the 

frocery of Wm. Wessling on Shipley Street. The 
uilding and contents destroyed amounted to $3,000. 



March 13. The Golden City and the America 
left with an unusually large number of passengers, 
owing to the low rates of fare. The former carried 
treasure amounting to $1,148,789.78. 

March 15. The Sierra Nevada arrived from the 

North with treasure amounting to $69,200 A 

man named Hill was found buried in the sand at the 
corner of Scott and Hayes streets, and upon inves- 
tigation Thomas Byrnes, a butcher, was arrested for 
his murder. 

March 17. The anniversary of the patron saint 
of Ireland was celebrated by tfie Irish population of 
San Francisco with religious, civic, and military ex- 
ercises. 

March 18. The U. S. troops at the Presidio, 
numbering over three thousand, were reviewed by 
Gen. McDowell, accompanined by other army and 

navy officers The Pacific arrived from the North 

with treasure amounting to $.^9,000. 

March 21. The ship Derl)y arrived from Hong- 
kong with two hundred coolies, sixteen of whom 
were sick with the small pox, and were taken to the 
pest-house on the Potrero. 

March 24. Dr. Oscar L. Cook, Surgeon of the 
U. S. Army, who came out on the ship Great Re- 
public, fell into the bay from the Alameda liailroad 
Wharf and was drowned. 

March 26. A personal collision took place be- 
tween Gen. Placeao Yeu& of Mexico, agent of the 
Juarez Government, and Senor Francisco Ramirez, 
editor of El Nueva Mundo, growing out of Mexi- 
can affairs. 

March 28. Owen Mullin, a private in Company 
A, Second Regiment of Infantry, C. V., in a nt of 
intoxication shot and killed his sister in law, Mrs. 
Jonathan Mullin, at her residence. 

March 29. The Oregon arrived from the North 
with $171,708 in treasure. 

April 1. The Brother Jonathan arrived from the 
North with treasure amounting to $46,000. 

April 3. The reception of the news of the sur- 
render of Richmond was hailed with enthusiasm 

and celebrated in a spirited manner The Golden 

Age left for Panama with a large number of pas- 
sengers and treasure amounting to $654,858.95. 

April 6. The John L. Stephens arrived from 
Mexican ports with $93,440 in specie A tire oc- 
curred at 1, A.M., in the stables of W. H. Richards, 
west side of Kearny between California and Pine 
streets ; damage trifling. 

April 8. The Sierra Nevada arrived from the 
North with treasure amounting to $109,900. 

April 9. Twenty vessels from English, French, 
South American, British American, Asiatic, Polyne- 
sian, and North Atlantic ports came into the harbor 
to-day. 

April 11. Greneral Mason and staff left for Ari- 
zona on the steamer Senator. 

April 13. The Sacramento and the Moses Tay- 
lor sailed with over 1,800 passengers, the former 

carrying treasure amounting to $1,103,786.68 

The Fire Alarm Telegraph was fully tested and 
found to work satisfactorily. 

April 15. The news of the assassination of 
President Lincoln clothed the entire city in sadness 
and gloom. But a short time elapsed before every 
house was draped with the symbols of mourning. 
In the afternoon an organized mob proceeded to de- 
stroy the type and material of the Democratic Press, 
Franco Americaine, News Letter, Occidental, and 
Monitor. After the destruction of the property, 
military guards were stationed in each of these of- 
fices. The utmost excitement prevailed, and but for 
timely military interference still greater destruction 
of property might have followed. 

April 16. The Pacific arrived from the North, 
with treasure amounting to $91 ,000.... Impressive 
services were held in all the churches upon the death 
of President Lincoln, and a large meetmg of citizens 



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was held in Piatt's Hall, in the afternoon, at which 
extensive arrangements were made for celebrating 
the funeral obsequies in a style worthy the occasion 

Cant. E. C. M. Ciiadwick, of the California 

Steam Navigation Co.'s Steamer Chrysopolis, died 

suddenly about 6 o'clock, p.m A lire occurred 

about 9 A.M. in the tannery of William Cole, on 
Brunnan Street, destroying a considerable amount 
of property. 

Apkil 17. A fire occurred about half-past one, 
A.M., on the south-west corner of Mission and Main 
streets, destroying four buildings, three of which 
belonged to Michael Keese. 

April 19. The funeral obsequies of President 
Lincoln, in point of extent and grandeur, surpassed 
anything ever before seen on the Pacific coast, the 
procession being some miles in length. The civic 
and military turn out was immense. An oration, 
accompanied with appropriate ceremonies, was del- 
ivered at the Pavilion James Lyons, formerly a 

8peci:il policeman, in a fit of intoxication, shot and 
wounded his wife, and supposing he bad killed her, 
shot himself through the lungs. 

April 22. The Golden City sailed for Panama, 
with treasure amounting to $886,378.84. 

April 2ii. Two shocks of an earthquake occur- 
red near 4 o'clock, p.m. 

April 29. The Sierra Nevada arrived from the 
North with treasure amounting to $1 13,000. 

April 30. Michael Prendergast, a cartman, was 
instantly killed by the caving in of a high bank on 
Broadway. 

May 1. An order was issued from the head-quar- 
ters of the Military Department of the Pacific to 
the occupants of Custom House Block, to vacate the 
premises by the 9th inst. 

May 2. A boy named Charles Crane, aged eight 
years, was drowned in the bay by the upsetting of 

a boat Capt. Paul convicted of cruelty to the 

crew of tlie Great Republic, was pardoned by the 
President 

May 3. The Constitution left for Panama with 
treasure amounting to $854,786 21. 

May 5. The IVfexican residents of San Francisco 
celebrated the annivei-sary of the victory of Gen. 
Zaragossa over the French at Pueblo. 

May 8. A ^fire broke out about half-past three, 
p.m., in the cooper shop of Joseph Palecki, on Wash- 
ington near Davis, destroying the entire property 



progressnig, another broke out on the east side of 
Dupont Street, opposite the Globe Hotel, which des- 
troyed several frame buildings of little value 

The Oregon arrived from the North with treasure 
amounting to $67,960. 

May 10. The U. S. war steamer Lancaster, Act- 
ing Rear Admiral Pearson, Commander, arrived 
from Panama, and was saluted by the guns at Alcat- 
raz. 

May 11. The Del Norte arrived from the North 
with $3,000 in treasure. 

May 12. Gen. McDowell and Staff left for San 
Pedro on the U. S. steamer Saginaw, on a tour of 
inspection to the military posts in the southern por- 
tion of the State. 

May 14. Up to 3 o'clock, p.m., the thermometer 
ranged from 75 to 80 degrees in the shade. 

May 15. A fire at nine o'clock this evening, in a 
warehouse on Commerce Street, occupied by Bloom- 
ingdale & Co. Loss about $50,000. 

May 16. The municipal election passed off qui- 
etly. The entire People's ticket, headed by H. P. 
Coon, for Mavor, was elected, with the exception 
of Superintenoent of Schools, Harbor Master and 
Harbor Commissioner, to which oflices Messrs. Pel- 
ton, Harloe, and Laidley, of the Union Ticket, 
were chosen. The total vote polled was 14,196. 

May 18. The Sacramento left for Panama, with 
treasure amounting to $1 ,277,447.61 The Orizaba 



arrived from the North with treasure amonnting to 
$144,100. 

May 20. A fire broke out in a frame building on 
Broadway, between Davis and Front, which was 
extinguit^ued without material damage. 

May 23. The long talked of race between Nor- 
folk and Lodi took place at the Ocean House Course, 
the former winning with ease. Time, 3 : 43i ; 3 : 42 ; 
3:5: 3:51; 4:5. 

May 24. A severe shock of an earthquake, 
which was also felt some distance down the coast, 
occurred about 3 o'clock, a.m. 

May 25. Mr. Thomas H. Jones, Superintendent 
of Grant s Stone Quarry, on Angel Island, was in- 
stantly killed by a piece of rock thrown out by a 
blast. 

May 27. The Del Norte arrived from the North 
with $11,200 treasure. 

May 31. A. A. C. William, Daniel E. Hunger- 
ford, W. W. Bruce, Louis de la Nord, Wm. Berns, 
Win. B. Clarke, John Thomas, and Titus Reynolds, 
were arraigned in the Police Court for an alleged 
attempt to cajjnK,away the Peruvian Dispatch Steam- 
er Colon, ano^the bail in each case was fixed at 
$2,500. 

June 1. A fire broke out at 1, p.m., on the corner 
of Jackson and Drumm streets, destroying about 
thirty frame tenements before the flames were ar- 
rested. The entire loss is estimated at not less than 
$50,000. 

June 3. The comer stone of the new Synagogue 
of the Congregation Ohabai Shalome, on Mason 
Street, was laid with the usual ceremonials of the 

Jewish Church Antonie Mach stabbed and killed 

Edward Walter at his grocery, 523 Pacific Street, 
and in the affray wounded tue brother-in-law of 
Walter, named J. Spitz, so severely that his life is 
despaired of. 

June 6. The examination of the parties implica- 
ted in the Brontes Colon piracy case concluded before 
Judge Shepheard to-day. The Court held the parties 
to bail in the original amount of $2,500 each. 

June 7. The Brother Jonathan arrived from the 
north with treasure amounting to $347,400. 

June 8. The Constitution arrived from Panama 
with a large number of passengers, among whom 
were ex-Governor Win. Bigler of Pennsylvania, 
and Sir James Douglas, ex Governor of British 
Columbia A. C. Campbell, a pioneer lawyer of 



and several adjoining buildings. While the fire was^^an Francisco, died of apoplexy, awed forty years. 



June 1)). "The first number of a daily paper, en 
titled the Examiner, was issued from the office of 
,ii)fi Democratic Press. : 

June 14. There was a slight shock of an earth \ 
quake at 12 o'clock, m. 

June 16. A German professor of languages. : 
named John Jonkheim, committed suicide. I 

June 17. The Constitution left for Panama, with 
treasure amounting to $1,528,836.03. 

June 18. The Sierra Navada arrived from thu , 
north with $228,150 treasure. I 

June 19. A man named Peter McDougall, wh^> 
came down from Victoria on the Sierra Nevada, 
committed suicide by cutting his throat with a shoe- 
knife. 

June 20. A fire occurred about 5, p.m., in the 
new building on Pine Street, owned by H. B. Piatt. 
Loss about hve hundred dollars. 

June 24. The John L. Stephens arrived from 
Mexican ports with $148,946 specie. 

June 26. The Sacramento arrived from Panama 
with a large number of passengers. She brought 
the news of the wreck of the steamer Golden Rule, 
on Roucador Island, May 30. 

June 28. A final decree was entered in the office 
of the Clerk of the U. S. Circuit Court in favor of 
the claim of the City of San Francisco to 17,775 
acres of pueblo lands, and an order passed for the 
survey of the same. 



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Jdne 30. The Brother JiniHthan arrived from the 
north with tfetisure iiiiiouiitiiiK to |i!»l,68.'i. 

July 1. Hon. Schuyler (Jolfax, ex-Speaker U. 
S. House of Uepresentativeg, and party arrived on 
the Sacramento l)oat, and were received at the 
Wharf by the Mayor and a coiiiniittee of tlie Hoard 

of Supervisors appointed for that purpose The 

Pacilic Mail Steainoiiip Colomda arrived from New 
York. 

July 3. The Sacramento left for Panama, with 
treasure amounting to $t)57,57I.U3. 

July 4. lit. lie v. Alonzo Potter, Episcopal Bishop 
of Pennsylvania, died on hoard the Pacific Mail 
Steamship Colorado, of Panama fever, .iged sixty- 
live years The anniversary of the nation's inde- 
pendence was celebrated in a style unsurpast^ed on 
any previous occasion — with salutes, a procession in 
which all the civic and military bodiea were largely 
represented, an oration at the Metropolitan Theater, 
by John W. Dwinelle, Ebq., and an illumination 
and fireworks in the evening. 

July 7. Billy Mulligan, while laboring under 
the etl'ects of delerium li-emeus, shot Jack McNabb 
and Joliu Hart, foreman of Eureka Hose Company, 
at the St. Francis Hotel. After several attempts to 
capture him alive, he was shot by one of the police- 
men, and instuntly killed. 

July 9. The funerals of Mulligan's victims, Hart 
and McNabb, were largely attended. 

July 10. The Sierra N'evada arrived from the 
north, with treasure amounting to $27 -1,000. 

July 12. Salutes were fired from all the U. S. 
Slilitary and Naval posts in and around San Fran 
cisco, in honor of the late Admiral Dnpont. 

July 15. A tire occurred about 12 o'clock, p.m., 
in a large frame building on Davis Street, occupied 

as a junk store. Loss about $-5,000 The jury in 

the Brontes Colon pinicy case brought iu a verdict 
of acquittal. 

July Hi. A fire occurred about 12 o'clock, p.m., 
in the Pacific Warehouse, on the corner of Broad- 
way and Battery streets. The building, with the 
greater portion of its content*, was entirely de- 
stroyed. Estimated loss about $100,000. 

July 18. The Golden City left for Panama, with 
treasure amounting to $1,474,077.-58. 

July 20. Great excitement was created by the 
arrival of the whaleship Milo, having on board the 
crews of the whaleships captured by the pirate Shen- 
andoah in the North Pacific, near two hundred in 
number A fire occurred in a furniture establish- 
ment, 49 Third Street. Considerable damage was 
done by fire and water. 

July 24. A fire broke out about 3 o'clock, a.m., 
in the Winchester House, 409 Pacific Street. Dam- 
age alK)ut $5,000, and severely burning a number of 
the inmates. 

July 26. The John L. Stephens arrived from the 
Mexican ports with $99,821.13 in specie. 

July 27. The Del Norte arrived from the north 
with treasure amounting to $12,540. 

July 28. A frame building, corner of Fell and 
Webster streets, was fired by an incendiary about 
9 o'clock, P.M., and burned to the ground. 

July 29. A grand reception was given to Gen. 
Ros*ecrans by the citizens. A procession formed in 
the evening, marched to the Occidental Hotel where 
an address of welcome was delivered, and responded 
to by the distinguished chief. 

July 31. The Sierra Nevada arrived from the 
north with a number of passengers, among whom 
were Hon. Schuyler Colfax and party, considerable 
freight, and treasure amounting to $'^2,774. 

August I. The melancholy news was received 
by telegraph from Jacksonville, Oregon, that the 
steamship Brother Jonathan struck on a rock about 
twentv-hve miles north of Crescent City, alK)nt 1 
o'clock, P.M., July 30, and went down immediately, 
carrying with her all ou board, except fourteen men 



and one woman. She had on board between two 
and three hundred passengers, among whom were 
Brig.-Gen. Wright and family, several Armv ofH- 
cers, James Nisbet, Editor of the Bulletin, and a 
number of other well-known citizens.... The barque 
Gen. Pike arrived in port, having on board the crew 
(»f seven more of the whalei-s captured by the Shen- 
andoah — two hundred and fifty -two in number. 

Aug. 4. An immense meeting of citizens ojipoBed 
to the repeal of the Specific Contract Law, was held 
at Piatt's Hall. 

Aug. 6. A fire broke out about 9 o'clock, p.m., in 
a frame house on Stockton Street, between Union 
and Filbert. Damage slight. 

Aug. 8. The returns of the Census Marshals made 
to the Board of Education, shows the number of 
s«!hool children of the various dirttricts, to be in the 
ag»:regate, 3:j,.3.54, an increase of 2,475 over the re- 
turns of last vear. 

Aug. 9. The Del Norte arrived from the north 
with treasure amountiuK to $5,400. 

Aug. 10. The Annual Fair of the Mechanics' In- 
stitute opened at the pavilion with an address by the 
Hon. E. D. Sawyer. 

Aug. 17. A grand complimentary dinnerto Speak- 
er Colfax and party, was given by the Chinese nier- 
chante of San Francisco at the Hang Hung Restau- 
rant 808 Clay Street The United Stjites war 

steamer Suwanee, ten guns, arrived from Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Aug. 21. A fire broke out bet ween 4 and 5 o'clock 
in the old Xiantic Hotel, corner of Clay and Sansoni, 
doing considerable damage to that and adjoining 
buildings. While runniuK to the fire, James H. 
Washington and Walter J. Bohen, membei-s of the 
Monumental engine company, were run over by 
Steam Fire Engine Number 6, and fatally injnred. 

Aug. 22. The Sierra Nevada arrived fVom the 
north with treasure amounting to $779,723. 

Aug. 24. The completion of the Alameda Rail- 
road to Hayw'ard's was celebrated in fine style. 

Aug. 25. The Golden Age arrived from t'anama 
with a large number of passengers, among whom 
was Maj. Gen. H. W. HalUck, Commander in Chief 
of the United States forces of the Division of the 
Pacific. 

• Aug. 27. The remains of the late James Nisbet. 
one of the victims of the wreck of the Brother John- 
athan, were followed to their last resting place at 
Lone Mountain, by a large number of citizens. 

Aug. 28. A one-story house on the corner of 
Townsend and Second streets, tot)k fire about 11, 
P.M., and burned down. Damage about five hund- 
red dollars Mr. Edward Daniels, Impost Clerk 

in the Custom House, was thiowu from a bugtry and 
instantly killed, as he was returning with a friend, 
from the Ocean House. 

Aug. 29. The Orizaba arrived from the north 
with treasure amounting to $J00,.5.55. 

Aug. 31. A farewell banquet was given to Hon. 
Schuyler Colfax at the Occidental Hotel. 

Se'ptkmber 1. The funeral of Walter J. Bohen 
and James H. Washington, who died of injuries 
received while running to the fire at the Niautic 
Hotel, was largely attended. 

Sept. 2. The "Golden City left for Panama wiih 
a large number of passengers, among them, the Col- 
fax pirty and treasure amounting to $l,7.")9,()83.91. 

Sept. 5. Hugh Henderson committed suicide at 
North Beach. 

Sept. 6. The election for members of the Legis- 
lature pased off quietly, a smaller vote tliaii usual 
being polled. 

Sept. 7. Capt. John Frank Quinley late of the 
Fifth Infantry C. V., died suddenly of abcess of the 
brain. 

Sept. 9. The Pioneer Association celebrated the 
anniversary of the admission of California into the 
Union with an oration, poem, and collation. 



CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY 



Sept. 12. The Sierra Nevada arrived from the 
north with a number of passengers, among whom 
was Hon. J. M. Ashley, Jleraber of Conj<res8, a 
large (juantity of Oregon produce, and treasure 
amountnig to $480,759. 

Sept. 13. The Del Norte arrived from the north 
with $8,000 in treasure. 

Sept. 15. The Mexican residents of San Fran- 
cisco celebrated the tifty-sixth anniversary of Mex- 
ican Independence, in spirited style. 

Sept. 19. The Sonora arrived from Panama 
with six hundred and twentv-six troops belonging 
to the Second Artillery, U. S. Army. 

Sept. 21. A fire broke out about one o'clock, 
A.M., in a saloon on Montgomery Street between 
Clay and Merchant. Damage s^light 

Sept. 22. A fire broke oiit about seven o'clock, 
p.m., on the corner of Mason and Chestnut streets. 
North Beach, occupied as a whisky distillery and 
petroleum refinery, which was destroyed together 
with a dwelling-house in the rear. Loss $12,000. 

Sept. 23. The body of a sailor named William 
Green was found floating in the bay," under one of 
the city wharfs. 

Sept. 23. A fire broke out about seven o'clock, 
P.M., in a frame building on Washington Alley, de- 
stroying property amounting to about $250. 

Sept. 25. Ground was oroken on Sutter Street 
below Montgomery, for the track of the Front 
Street, Mission, ana Ocean Railroad. 

Sept. 26. The body of a dead soldier named 
Sullivan was found lying on the road between the 

city and the Presidio The first regular rain of 

the season fell to-day. 

Sept. 27. Cooke performed the promised feat of 
walking the rope at the Clift" House. 

Sept. 28. The remains of Samuel Woodworth, 
author of " The Old Oaken Bucket," arrived on the 
ship Orpheus, for interment with tlie family dead 

The Sierra Nevada arrived from the North with 

treasure amounting to $498,772. 

Sept. 29. A fire about 1 o'clock, p.m., at the cor- 
ner of Howard and Third streets ; damage slight. 

OcTOBEii 1. An affray took place at the Wil- 
lows, in which Fnink Riley, the proprietor of the 

SiUoon, was severely wountied by a pistol shot 

Cooke performed his rope-walking feat for the sec- 
ond time, before a large crowd, at the Clift' House, 

Oct. 2. The Del Norte arrived with numerous 
passengers, and the remains of Airs. Gen. Wright 
and other victims of the Brother Jonathan disaster. 

Oct. 3. The Constitution left for Panama with 
treasure amounting to $1,141,822. 

Oct. 5. The military funeral of Lieut E. D. 
Waite, aide-de-camp to Gen. Wright, who perished 
with the wreck of the Bi-other Jonathan, took place 

to-day A meeting of the Fenians, numbering 

over five thousand, took place at Union Hall in the 
evening. 

Oct. 6. The Orizaba arrived from the North 

with treasure amounting to $277,5(55 The new 

screw steamer California arrived from New York, 
through the Straits of Magellan. 

Oct. 8. Two severe earthquake shocks occurred 
at fifteen minutes to 1 o'clock, p.m., throwing down 
and badly ehatteiing walls of buildings, breaking 
windows and fragile wares, and doing a large 
amount of damage. As a large proportion of the 
people were in attendance at church, no personal 
injury resulted from this disaster, which extended 
to a considerable distance in the ititerior, serious 
damage having been done to brick buildings in 
Santa Cruz, San Jos6, and other towns. 

Oct. 9. Two distinct earthquake shocks were felt 
between 9 and 10 o'clock this morning, causing no 
damage, however. 

Oct. 11. A fire occurred at Black Point, between 
2 and 3 o'clock, p.m., destroying the stables of Al- 
pheuB Bull. 



Oct. 12. The Del Norte arrived from the North | 
with numerous passengers and treasure amonn'iuu 
to $9,000. Tlie remains of Gen. Wright and (.the 
parties lost on the Brother Jonuthau were bior.ght 
down by the steamer. 

Oct. 13. As the steamer Yosemite was leaving 
the wharf at Rio Vista, on the downward trip, her 
stJirboard boiler exploded, blowing oft' the entire for- 
ward portion of the boat, and killing and wound- 
ing a large number of passengers. The unfortunate 
aftair cast a universal gloom over the city. 

Oct. 15. The Sierra Nevada arrived from the 
North with treasure amounting to $331,000. 

Oct. 16. Gen. Rosecrans returned from his tour 
among the mines of Nevada, on his way East. 

Oct. 17. A ditticulty occurred on Kearny Street, 
between A. G. Hargrove and Peter Campbell, in 
which the latter shot the former, killing him in- 
stantly. 

Oct. 18. The Golden City left for Panama with 

treasure amounting to $1 ,661 ,565.29 The Judicial 

election passed olf quietly. 

Oct. 20. Mrs. Bridget Baldwin, a respectable 
widow lady, laboring under depression from unfoi 
tunate mining investments, committed suicide. 

Oct. 21. The funeral of Gen. Wright and wife 
took place to day at Calvary Church. The military 
escorted the reinains to the steamer, by which they 
were conveyed to their last restiug-pface, at Sacra- 
mento. 

Oct. 25. Robert H. Parker, one of the earliest 
pioneers of California, and well known from his 
connection with the Parker House in 1849, died at 
Siin Diego, on his way from Lower California. 

Oct. 26. A fire broke out at 6 o'clock, p.m., on 
Kearny Street, near California ; before the flames 
wereaiTested the interior was thoroughly burned out. 

Oct. 27. The Orizaba and Del Norte arrived 
from the North, the former bringing treasure amount- 
ing to $232,330. 

Oct. 29. The funerals of John S. Benton, one of 
the officers of the Brother Jonathan, and Charles H. 
Belden, clerk in the Paymaster's oSice, victims of 
the wreck of that steamer, took place to-day. 

Oct. 30. The Colorado left for Panama with 
treasure amounting to $1,141,822.84. 

November 1. Amount collected in Police Court 
for month of October, $2,772.10.. ..The Sierra Ne- 
vada arrived from Portland with treasure amounting 

to $293,000 The Internal Revenue receipts in 

this city for October were $704,000 A French- 
man named DeKerguidn, committed suicide by tak- 
ing laudanum, at the California Hotel. 

Nov. 4. The California Steam Navigation Co.'s 
new steamer " Capital " was successfully launched 
at Hunter's Point Information received of re- 
moval of Collector James, imd appointment of J. F. 
Miller his successor. 

Nov. 5. Michael Hynes shot and instantly killed 

Thomas F. Hayes in Pollard Place A young man 

named Slocumh was thrown from a horse and in- 
stantly killed, corner Bush Street and Van Ness 

Avenue A fire, corner Washington and Davis 

streets, destroyed property to the value of $8,000. 

Nov. 6. Collector Miller filed his official bonds, in 

the sum of $100,000 The U. S. steamer Suwanee 

returned from an unsuccessful search after the pirate 
Shenandoah. 

Nov. 8. One of the cars of the Omnibus Railroad 
was completely demolished at the corner of Mont- 
gomery and Bush streets, by a niuaway t«am, injur- 
ing several passengers. 

Nov. 9. An Italian fishing-boat was run down 
on the bay, by the Oakland boat, and a man named 
Tomlinson killed. 

Nov. 10. Wm. D. Palmer, a truckman at National 
Mills, committed suicide with a pistol, at his room, 
cor Fremont and Folsom streets- - - Stm Sacramento 
sailed for Panama, with $1,367,917.48 in treasure. 



GEISTER^L REVIE'W. 



Public Schools. 

BOAUD or EDUCATION. 

JOSEPH W. WINANS, President. 
Directors.— L. B. Mastick, Ist District ; H. T. 
Graves, 2d District ; Washington Aver, 3d District ; 
Joseph W. Winans, 4th District; W. A. Grover, 
5th District; A. C. Nichols, 6th District; W. G. 
Badger, 7th District; George- C. Hickox, 8th Dis- 
trict ; S. B. Thompson, 9th District ; S. C. Bugbee, 
10th District ; M. Lynch, 11th District; Charles M. 
Plum, 12th District. 

J C. Pelton, Superintendent of Public Schools; 
D. Lunt, Secretary of the Board of Education. 

There is no feature in the history of the advance- 
ment of San Francisco to which her citizens can 
point with a greater degree of pride and pleasure 
than the ampie provision made for the education of 
her youth. There is no tax which her citizens pay 
more cheerfully than that which goes into the treas- 
lu-y for the maintenance and support of her Common 
Schools. During the past year two school edifices 
have been erected, one of which rivals in extent 
and appearance many of the lirst-class Colleges of 
the older States, and various improvements have 
been made for the increasing number of pnpils in 
this department. 

The Public Schools of this city are classified as 
follows : One State Normal School, for the education 
and preparation of teachers of the Common Schools : 
one High School for boys, and one for girls ; one 
Latin School ; seven Grammar Schools ; nineteen 
Primary Schools ; seven Evening ; two Colored ; 
and one Chinese. 

The number of Teachers employed in the Dep- 
artment at present is one hundred and forty-four, for 
the payment of whose salaries there will be required 
during the present fiscal year the sum of $154,904.85. 

With regard to the financial affaire of the schools, 
the Department was never in a more healthy con- 
dition. The total receipts for the year ending June 
30th, 1865, amounted to $350,641.78, and the whole 
amount of disbursements for the same term, for sal- 
aries of teachers and employes, buildings, rents, and 
all incidental expenses of the School Department, is 
$349,813.26. 

Basing the amount of taxes for the benefit of the 
Public School Fund, upon the assessment roll of 
$70,000,000, at the School-Tax rate of thirty-five 
cents on each hundred dollars, the amount raised 



from this source the present year will be $245,000 ; 
apportionment of the State School Fund, $40,000 ; 
Poll Taxes, $5,000 ; rent of School Property, $1,000. 
Total revenue for the present year, $291 ,000. 

Salaries or Teachers, 1865-66. 

Boys' High School. 

One Principal (male) $2,500 

One Teacher of Mathematics (male) 2,100 

One Teacher of Belles- Lettres (female) 1,200 

One Teacher of Modern Languages (male). .. 1,200 

Girls' High Scool. 

One Principal (male) 2,500 

One Teacher JIathematics (female) 1,200 

One Teacher Belles Lettres (female) 1,200 

One Teacher Modern Languages (female) ... 1,200 

San Francisco Latin School. 

One Principal (male) 2,500 

One Assistant (male) 1,500 

Grammar Schools. 

Seven Principals (male) each 2,100 

Four Sub-Musters (male) each 1,500 

One Special Assistant (male) «... 960 

Five Head Assistants (female) each 1,000 

Six Special Assistants (female) each 960 

Forty -three Assistants (female) each 810 

Two Probationary Teachere (female) each . . . 607 

Primary Schools. 

Six Principals (female) each 1,200 

Five Principals (female) each 1,020 

Three Special Assistants (female) each 870 

Filty Assistants (temale) each 810 

Ten Probationary Teachers (female) each 607 

One Principal of Eighth Street School (female) 840 
One Principal of Hayes' Valley School (female) 960 
One Principal of Pac Street School (female) .. 840 
One Principal of San Bruno School (male). .- 840 
One Principal of Fairmount School (female) . . 840 

One Principal of Six Mile School (female) 840 

One Principal of Potrero School (male) 840 

One Principal Chinese School (male) 960 

One Principal of Broadway Street Colored 

School (male) 1,050 

One Assistant of Broadway Street Colored 

School (female) 900 

One Principal of Fifth Street Colored School 

(male) 900 

One Principal of Evening School (male) $75 

per month 
Seven Assistants of Evening School (male) 

each $62.50 per month 
Two Assistants Evening School (female) each 

$62.50 per month 

Two Teachers of Music (male) each 1,800 

Two Teachers Penmanship and Drawing 

(male) each 1,800 

One Teacher Penmanship (male) 1,200 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



27 



Report of Attendance upon Pubmc Schools 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30tH, 1865. 





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ts? 


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wa 


w;? 


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Schools. 


= 2. 


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li 


tl 




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2 ts 


2 O 


■a" 


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«* 










3 5! 


n a 












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Boyg' High 


57 1 




.57-1 


54-8 


51.7 


-943 


Oirls" High 




88-0 


88-0 


83 8 


80-2 


-957 


Grammar. 
















176-6 


115-6 

200-1 


292-2 
382 -I 


278-8 
531-1 


266-1 
338 9 


-9,54 


Washington 


-9.59 




251 2 

230-2 
49 3 
46 


314 2 
210 6 
56 6 
33- 1 


.51)5-4 
440-8 
105-9 
79-1 


.5'2H-8 
416-2 
98-4 
75-5 


496-6 
390 2 
931 
70 8 


•'ft9 




-"37 




-946 


Spring Vnlley 

Market .Street.... 


-937 


24-8 


16-8 


41 6 


38-6 


35-8 


-9-i7 


Greenwich Street 


25-0 


23-5 


48-5 


45-7 


43-8 


-958 


Primary. 
















2«2-8 
118 
45 8 


232-2 
43 
36-6 


5150 
161 
»i 4 


476-5 
1,50 2 
76-9 


455-2 
136 1 
71-6 


-955 




-906 


Kincon .... 


-931 


Mission 


122-5 


132 


254 5 


2.32-5 


213-6 


•918 


Spring Valley .... 
Marlcet .street 


130-5 


89-2 


219 7 


209-5 


18S-0 


-897 


2.59-8 


20-2-8 


4b-2-6 


433-3 


406-3 


-937 


Fourth Street. ... 


276 .s 


244-3 


520 8 


480-3 


444-8 


•926 


Greenwich Street 


182 7 


147-8 


330 5 


300-5 


279-0 


-928 


rowcll street 


248 6 


245 6 


494 2 


473-6 


440-2 


-9-29 


Hvde Street 


1.52 5 


117 8 


270-3 


244-9 


2-25-4 


-9-20 


Sutter Street 


108-7 


134 3 


243 


2'25-4 


208-8 


-932 


Montgoincrv .St . . 


143 


127-6 


270-6 


250-0 


•233 4 


-!)33 


Second Street 


1-25-3 


131-8 


2.57 1 


235-2 


•2-22-4 


-945 


Hayes' Valley 


V2-8 


54 


1-26-8 


117-4 


1097 


-934 


Model 


53 
144 7 


131-1 
101-3 


184 1 
246-0 


167-9 
2-24-3 


160-8 

'209 -a 


•9,57 


Third Street 


-935 


Eighth Street .... 


66 2 


44-8 


IH-O 


104 » 


98-7 


-940 


Six Mile 


11-7 
23-6 


10 8 
9-6 


22 5 
33-2 


19-0 

28-7 


16 7 
26-8 


-8-J8 


Falrniount 


-9.'i3 


San Bruno 


26 5 


25 6 


52-1 


47-8 


43 4 


-907 


Paclrtc Street 


5!) 


53-3 


112 3 


99 


92 9 


•938 


Tehama Street. .. 


129 8 


105-6 


235-4 


214 4 


196 8 


•917 


Potrcro 


23 


21-0 


440 


38-5 


'25-6 


•9^/4 


Mixed. 




Evening-Male... 


340-5 




340-5 


251-9 


197-1 


•782 


Evening— Female 




60-6 


60-6 


49-7 


38 3 


■770 


Colored 


52-5 

40-8 


416 


94-1 
40-8 


81-0 
32 4 


70 4 
298 


-869 




•919 






Summary of Hleh 


57-1 


88-0 


145 1 


138-6 


131-9 


•951 


" Grammar 


<185-1 


970-5 


1,955-6 


1,8.35-1 


1,735 3 


•945 


" Primary . 


2,807 •(• 


2,442-1 


.5,249 1 


4,850-7 


4,516 


■931 


" Mixed . . . 


433 8 


102 2 
3.602-8 


5.36 -0 
7.885-8 


415 
7,-239-4 


335-6 
6,718 8 


-808 


Totals 


4,283-0 


•*m 







Schools and Teachers. 

Boys' High School. — Theodore Bradley, Thos. 
C. Leonaid, Mi-s. C. L. Atwood, and Paul Pioda. 

Girls' High School. — Ellis H. Holmes, Miss 
Mary L. Bodwell, Miss Minnie F. Austin, and Mme. 
V. Brisac. 

San Francisco Latin School. — George W. 
Bunnell and W. K. liowell. 

State Normal School. — George W. Minns, 
H. P. Carlton, and MibS Eli'za W. Houghton. 

Li.vcoLN School — Ira G. Hoitt, Mrs. Julia B. 
Hoitt. Andrew E. McGlynu, Philip Prior, Mrs. F. 
E. Keynoldg, Miss L. '1. Fowler, Miss Lizzie F. 
Hit«hings. Miss Esteile M. Bullene, Miss Lizzie B. 
Jewett, Miss L. S. Swain, Miss F. £. Bennett, and 
Miss Agnes M. Manning. 

U.MION Street School. — ^Thomas S. Myrick, T. 
W. J. Holbi-ook, Mi-8. P. C.Cook. Mrs. C. It. Beals, 
Miss S. S. Sbei-maii, Miss A. F. Aldrich, Miss E. M. 
Tibbey, Miss A. L. Escbenburg, Miss C. A. Cum- 
niings, Miss Carrie P. Field, Miss Wellie S. Bald- 
win, Miss Jennie M. Druniniond, Mrs. Aurelia Grif- 
fith, Miss L. M. Drummund, Miss Annie E. Younger, 
and Miss Ellen G. Grant. 



Franklin District School (Denman Grammar 
School). — James Denman. Miss E. M. Baunigurdner, 
Mrs. H. Pearson. Miss H. Augusta Wiilard. Mrs. 
L. A. Clapp, Miss 0. A. Shernum, Miss C. M. Pat- 
tee, Miss May Williams, Miss Margaret Keith, Miss 
E. A. Shaw, Miss Ada C. Bowen, Miss Lydia A. 
Clegg. and Miss Laura E. Field. 

Montgomery Street School. — Miss A. S. 
Moses, Mis.-* Lizzie Overend, Miss P. A. Fink, Miss 
A. M. H licks. Miss Heleu F. Parker, and Miss 
Helen Satterlee. 

Washington Grammar School. — James Strat- 
ton, Henry E. McBride, Mrs. H. L. Weaver, Miss 
D. L. Piescott, Miss H. F. Richardson, Miss S. J. 
White, Miss Ellen Parker, and Miss M. E. Cheney. 

Powell Street School. — Miss Caroline Price, 
Miss E. S. Forester, Miss M. A. Casebolt, Miss 
Maggie Wade, Miss N. M. Cbadbourne, Miss S. E. 
Thurton, Miss C. A. Coffin, and Mrs. M. W. Phelps. 

Market Street School. — Mrs. C H. Stout, 
Miss M. T. Kimball, JVIiss N. B. Sturtevant, Miss 

C. J. Neal, Miss L. G. Bunker, Miss Alice Kenny, 
Miss M. A. Humphreys, and Miss Carry L. Smith. 

RiNCON School. — Ebenezer Knowlton, Joseph 

D. Littlefield, Miss Helen Tiiompson, Miss F. Lynch, 
Miss C. V. Benjamin, Miss M. E. Stowell. Miss S. 
L. Hobart, Miss M. A. E. Phillips, Miss A. M. Dore, 
and Miss A. S. Cameron. 

Stevenson Street School. — Mrs. E. C. Burt, 
Miss Jennie Smith, Miss M. F. Smith, Mre. L. Deet- 
kin, Mrs. S. N. Joseph, Mrs. J. H. Sumner, Miss 
Helen Grant, and Miss F. A. E. Nichols. 

Fourth Street School. — Miss L. A. Morgan, 
Miss E. M. Shaw, Miss M. J. Ritchie, Miss J. C. 
Haehnlen, Miss E. Cusiiing, Miss M. J. Bragg, Miss 
Sarah M. Gunn, Miss A. Louder, Miss S. Davis, 
and Miss Maggie McKenzie. 

Mission Grammar School. — A. Holmes, Miss 
Jessie Smith, Miss Julia Clayton, Miss Annie Hill, 
Miss Philena Sawyer, Miss A. A. liowe, Miss M. 
O'Connor. 

Second Street School. — MissSolome S. Knapp, 
Miss E. Neville Campbell, Miss E. N. White, and 
Miss Lydia W. Derby. 

Spring Valley Grammar School. — B.Marks, 
Miss M. A. Butfum, Miss H. A. Haueke, Miss J. V. 
Barkley, Miss M. J. Norton, and Miss D. Hyman. 

Greenwich Street School. — Miss Kate Ken- 
nedy, Miss S. M. Scotchler, Miss Fannie M. Cheney, 
Miss Agnes Chalmers, Miss Lizzie B. Easton, and 
Miss Fannie Mitchell. 

Hyde Street Primary School. — Miss Han- 
nah Cooke, Miss L. A. Humphreys, Miss A. B. 
Chalmers, and Miss Kate Bonnell. 

Sutter Street Primary School. — Miss Car- 
rie L. Hunt, Miss Jennie M. A. Hurley, Miss Helen 
S. Aiey,aud Miss Eve Solomon. 

Post Street Primary School. — Miss Kate 
Sullivan, Miss Mary Goldsmith, Miss Mary A. Sal- 
isbury, and Miss Ellen Holmes. 

Pacific Street School. — Mrs. A. E. Pollock, 
and Miss H. M. Gates. 

Eighth Street School. — Miss A. E. Slavan, 
Miss A. M. Jourdan, and Miss Evlyn Mosse. 

Tehama Street School. — Miss Bessie Molloy 
and Miss P. M. Stowell. 

Hates' Valley School. — Miss L. J. Mastick, 
Miss Jennie Gunn, and Miss Fannie Stowell. 



28 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



PoTRKRO School. — T. J. Leonard. 

San Bruno School. — George S. Perehin. 

Fairmoust School. — Mrs. H. H. Treat. 

Six Mile School. — Mrs. L. Carter. 

Fifth Street Colored School. — J. B. San- 
derson. 

Colored School. — S. D. Simonds and Mrs. 
Georgia Washburn. 

Chinese School. — B. Lanctot. 

Music— F. K. Mitchell and Washington Elliott. 

Writing akd Drawing. — Fulgenzio Seregni, 
Hubert Burgess, and A. B. Andrews. 

Public School Cnnsus— Taken August, 1865. 



Number of Blind Children be- 
tween four and eighteen 


«:::::«:::§: 


s 








Number of Deaf and Dumb 
Children between four and 
eighteen years of ape 


if 

88 
I 

I 

I 
I 


Number of Negro Children be- 
tween four and eighteen 
years of age 


** :S :S°°22'~2i'* 


s 


Number of Mongolian Children 
between four and eighteen 
years of age 


ss-s-^sssss** 




Number of Indian Children ■•" :» :«««S»t-o 
between four and ei.thtecn : : 
years of age : : 


s 


Number of Children between 
six and eighteen y'rs of age 
not attendingany School. . 


1" 


Total number of Children re- 1 £SSHggS?S5S52 1 S 
ported as attending Frivate | "=* o-o.mt-n^."'' | "n. 
Schools 1 1 


Total number of Children re- | gSSSiSSSPSSSS 
ported as attending Public »'• r— .nt-c-.«-a-,»« 
Schools 1 


t-^ 


Number of Children between | SS^gSSSJSSSSS 
four and six years of age ■" " 
attending Private Schools. 1 


1 


Number of Children between 
four and six years of age. . 




Number of White Children un- 
der twenty-one bom in Cal- 
ifornia 




Number of White Children be- 
tween eighteen and twen- 
ty-one years ol age 


£|2:g»g3?;sss|s 


e; 


Number of White Children un- 
der four years of age 


889 
1,250 

875 

176 

450 

1,087 

1,579 

983 

2,095 

1,017 

847 

11,413 


Total number of White Chil- 
dren between four and 
eighteen years of age 


1,436 
2,342 

221 
1,808 

332 
1,096 
1,878 
2,598 
1,435 
3,987 
1,907 
1,.541 




Number of Girls between four 
and eighteen years of age. . 


728 

1,203 

107 

916 

1.53 

590 

960 

1,300 

747 

2,181 

944 

748 


Number of Boys between four 
and eigh teen years of age . . 


708 
1,139 
114 
892 
179 
806 
918 
1,298 
6K8 

963 
793 

10,004 


Application for Public School 
Accommodations 


1" 



-^ 1 

H 



Private Educational Institutions. 

While the foregoing facts and statistics exhibit 
abundant and indisputable evidence of the flourish- 
ing condition of our Public Schools, there is proba- 
bly no city of the same number of inhabitants, in 
the whole American Union — and certainly no com- 
munity of the same age in the world — that can boast 
the same number of well conducted Private Educa- 
tional Institutions. These schools for the proper 
training of the youth of both sexes, are ample in 
number, thorough in the course of study pursued, 
provided with all the apparatus and appliances neces- 
sary for pursuing useful scientific investigation, and 
in every department keeping fully up with the rapid 
march of improvement characteristic of the age in 
which we live. While the mental training of pu- 
pils is of course the paramount object of these insti- 
tutions, that physical development so essential to 
health, happiness, and usefulness in life, is never 
lost sight of; and, as is the case with the Public 
Schools, each private institution has its gymnasium, 
fitted up with all the appliances necessary for 
healthful exercise, and the highest degree of physi- 
cal development, with ample room for free and un- 
constrained movement. Absorbed as the great mass 
of our citizens are with the cares attendant upon the 
daily routine of business, and the unceasing rush 
after " the almighty dollar," too little attention is 
paid to the examination of and noting the growth 
and improvement of our educational institutions, 
public and private. The servants of the people 
who have the training of the future citizen in the 
former, as well as the teachers engaged in the latter, 
are always pleased to receive the intelligent visitor, 
who can understand and appreciate their efforts, 
and give countenance and encouragement to the 
noble work in which they are engaged. 

The whole number of private educational institu- 
tions in San Francisco is about eighty, with an ag. 
gregate attendance of five thousand four hundred 
and fifty. Of this number twelve are under the con- 
trol of the Catholic denomination, and the regular 
aggregate attendance upon the same is thirly-eight 
hundred. 

Being governed in the order of our review by 
number and attendance, we commence our sum- 
mary with 

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. 

ST. IGNATIUS' college. 

This well known literary institution, located on 
Market Street between Fourth and Fifth, which is 
conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, 
was first opened for the reception of students on the 
fifteenth day of October, 1855, and was incorporated 
under the law of the State on the thirtieth of April, 
1859, and empowered to confer the usual degrees and 
academical honors. Since its commencement this in- 
stitution has been attended with the highest degree 
of prosperity and success. The course of instruction 
pursued is ttorongh, and comprises a complete classi- 
cal, mathematical, and philosophical course of train- 
ing calculated to prepare the pupil for entering upon 
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any business vocation. Tlie college is provided with 
an extensive laboratory, comprising all the necessary 
appliances for tlie assaying of metals and making 
cneniical analyses, wliicli is an important featnre not 
generally found in institutions of tjiis character : a 
spiicious building has been erected for a photographic 
gallery, where all the depiirtments of the Daguerre- 
lan art will be practiced and taught. There is a tele- 
graphic room, with an instrument in operation, con- 
necting with a similar station at the Santii Clara Col- 
lege — the use of the California State Line having 
been granted for this purpose — where the business 
of operating is taught, forming another novel and 
important educational feature. 

The founders of this institution foreseeing the 
rapid progress of the Queen City of the Pacific, 
purchased some years since the property upon which 
the magnificent college edifice has since been erect- 
ed. Tliis lot has a frontage of two hundred and 
seventy-five feet on Market, and the same on Jessie 
Street, with a depth of three hundred and fifty feet. 
The college building at present consists of a center 
and one wing, the former is one hundred and five by 
fiftv-six feet, and the latter, in which is the college 
Hall — used temporarily as the church, until that 
building shall be erected in another portion of the 

f rounds — is one hundred and seventy oy sixty feet, 
'he present building, the cost of which, independent 
of the lot, was $120,000, although one of the finest 
architectural ornaments of the city is only one-third 
of the extent contemplated. Wlien the extensive 
additions are made the entire structure will rival 
anything of the kind to be found in our portion of 
the country. The present building is admirablv 
adapted to'the purposes for which it was designea, 
being abundantly lighted and well ventilated in 
every portion; the ceilings are lofty, and spacious 
halls run through the building. A large play -ground 
is attached with a commodious shelter from the rain, 
affording ample means for the physical exercise of 
the pupils. In fact, nothing has been netflected 
which is at all conducive to mental and physical 
training. The number of students in the College at 
present is four hundred. 

ST. MARY S COLLEGE. 

This institution is situated near the county road to 
San Jose, at a distance of four miles and a naif from 
this city. The lot on which the building is erected 
consists of sixty acres ; it possesses all the advan- 
tages of a salubrious situation, and commands an 
extensive view of the bay and surrounding scenery. 
The college building covers a space of two hundred 
and eighty feet front by a depth of fifty feet, which, 
in the center, is increased to a depth of seventy feet ; 
one hundred and ten feet of the building will be 
three stories high, and the remaining portion four 
stories high. Oii the nortliern extremity of the main 
edifice is situated the refectory, which is forty by 
eighty feet, and two stories in night. On the south- 
ern extremity is the chapel, forty by one hundred 
and thirty feet. By this arrangement the greatest 
advantage is secured for all healthful purposes, as 
the sun shines during the day on the three principal 
fronts of the building, and the narrow ends being 
north and south, during the rainy season the smallest 
surface is exposed to the inclemency of the weather. 
Thus the structures form three sides of a quadrangle, 
and on the eastern front there is a cloister thirteen 
feet six inches wide, which extends the entire length 
of the building, so that under any circumstances and 
at all periods of the year the students can have out- 
door exercise. The hasement will contain the offices 
of the steward, and all apartments in connection 
with them ; the housekeepers' rooms, servants' 
rooms, general store rooms, bath rooms, and closets 
for various purposes. 

The chief etilrances to the college are in the 
principal story. These consist of an entrance in the 



center through a spacious porch, and two side en- 
trances. ■ The center one leads to a hall thirteen feet 
wide by thirty feet long, on either side of which are 
the reception rooms, lliis hall terminates in a corri- 
dor which leads to the three chief staircases and the 
different apartmenfB in this story, namely : Lavato- 
ries, Professors' rooms, recreation hall, and library ; 
on the eastern side of this story are the various en- 
trances to the cloister. The second story consists of 
school rooms, class rooms, music rooms, apartments 
for natural philosophy and museum. The tliird story 
consists of dormitories, bed rooms, bath rooms, and 
an apartment which will answer as a temporary in- 
firmary. The first story of the refectory building 
consists of lavatory, refectory, and lunch rooms; the 
second story is a dormitory. There are three en- 
trances to the chapel — one through the w-estern porch 
which faces the altar, another through the tower 
which is situated on the south side, and one on the 
north side. 

The sanctuary is in the east end of the chapel, 
adjoining to which are sacristies, and organ gallery. 
The top of the spire is to be one hundred and thirty 
feet above the surface of the ground, and the soutll 
gable of the college building eighty-six feet high. 
The building will be supplied with gas and water 
throughout its entire extent. All sewerage and 
drainage is on the outside. The kitchen, bake-houee, 
and laundry are disconnected with the main build- 
ings ; everything has been studied in order to pro- 
mote the health of the students and give them all 
accommodation. The portion now in coui-se of erec- 
tion will accommodate three hundred students. The 
entire building, when completed, will accommodate 
seven hundred or eight hundred. The building is 
designed in the Gothic style of architecture, and in 
its completeness of outline as well as the faultless 
elaboration of details, reflects the greatest credit on 
the professional skill and taste of its architect, Mr. 
Thomas England. The pension will be exceedingly 
moderate, not exceeding one hundred and fifty dol- . 
lars or one hundred and sixty dollars a year for 
board and tuition, thus placing Us advantages within 
the means of all. Considering the great want of 
educational facilities in the interior of the State, it 
must be evident that the Institution will be a great 
public benefit to the community at large, as children 
of all denominations will be admitted. 

St. Mary's College was opened for the reception 
of children on the sixth of July, 18G3, and has now 
over two hundred and ten students from all parts of 
this State and adjoining Territories, under the dii -c 
tion of a large staff of able Professors. 

Peter J. Grey, President. 

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL. 

This school is exclusively for boys, and meets in 
the basement of St. Mary's Cathedral. It is under 
the direction of three Brothers of the Third Order of 
St. Francis and a secular gentleman. The number 
of children attending this school averages five hun- 
dred. The course of studies embraces reading, 
writing, English grammar, geography, with the use 
of the globes, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and 
the Spanish and Latin languages, if desired. "There 
is a nominal charge of one dollar per month for each 
pupil able to pay ; those not able being educated 
gratis. As this "is a regulation common to all the 
Catholic parochial schools in the city it will not be 
necessary to repeat it in referring to the others. 

In the class-rooms Sunday school for boys is held 
from 9 to 11, a.m. 

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF PRK.«' 

This is one of the largest feraalf 
city. Located on Powell Street, i 
the Rev. Mother Superior and 
Presentation. The convent bui' 
and well adapted to educatioi 



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have cost ultofjetlier not Ii-bs than $70,000, and form 
a eouimaniling feuture of tliat i>ortion of the city in 
which they are located. The studies pursued em- 
brace a thorough English coui-se, vocal and instru- 
mental niuhic, French, drawing, embroidery, and 
other ornanjcntal branches. The number of pupils 
belonging to this school amounts to nine hundred. 

SCHOOL or ST. FRANCIS. 

This is also a male school, conducted in the base- 
ment of the Church of St. Francis, on Vallejo Street. 
The number of pupils is two hundred and sixty, 
with an average attendance of one hundred and 
thirty. The course of studies is the same as in St. 
Mary's School. 

SAINT Vincent's school. 

This is a female day school, on Jessie Street be- 
tween Second and Tliird, under the direction of 
Sister Francis McEnnis and ten other Sisters of 
Charity, who are also in charge of the Koman 
Catholic Female Orphan Asylum on Market Street. 
The number of scholars belonging to the school is 
over five hundred, exclusive of two hundred and 
fifty or^1han children in the asylum. The couree of 
studies IS the same as in the school last mentioned, 
and the noble ladies who conduct it have established 
a higii reputation for ability and devotion to their 
self imposed duties. As this school is supported by 
volunteer contributions, it appeals directly to the 
liberality of the generous and charitable in our 
midst. During the past year a commodious frame 
building has been added, which has been opened as 
a free school, under the same management. 

In addition to the foregoing, the Sisters of Mercy 
have also a female school under their charge for 
children thrown upon their care, at which instruc- 
tion in primary English studies is imparted, and the 
pupils are taught to be useful in the discharge of 
uousehold duties. 

Other Colleges and Schools. 

union college. 
This well-known and highly popular institution, 
under the charge of Ur. K. T. Huddart, one of the 
most experienced and successful teachers, under 
whose tuition some of our most prominent profes- 
sional and business men were educated on the At- 
lantic side of the continent, is situated on the comer 
of Second and Bryant streets. The location is a 
pleasant one, the buildings commodious, and con- 
vn^ently arranged, and the grounds ample for exer- 
cise and recreation. While a wholesome discipline 
is practiced in this institution, under the immediate 
supervision and direction of the Principal, there is 
an absence of that unnecessary and highly detri- 
mental restraint w^bich tends to dwarf instead of 
expanding the intellect. The most ample provision 
being made at this institution for the accommodation 
of pupils from abroad, a large number of students 
are in attendance here from the northern States of 
Mexico and the interior of our own. The average 
attendance of pupils is over one hundred. 

university school. 

This institution is under the charge of Mr. George 
s, M.A., a graduate of Cambridge University, 
d, where he took a high position as a scholar, 
^ially distinguished himself in mathematical 
*r. Bates has had large experience in 
'" in English and American schools, and 
pains nor exertion in the advance- 
's. As its name would imply, the 
of the University School is to 
'<;s for those who are preparing 
foreign universities; accord- 
" the nunibsr of pupils are 
^ classics. The relative 
Ms is unusually large — 



the terms being fixed rather with a view to educa- 
ting a limited number thoroughly, than to sending 
forth a host whose education does not extend below 
the surface. While this school commends itself to 
those who are desirous of securing for their sons the 
watchful care and constant supervision of competent 
teachers, it avoids the disadvantages attendant upon 
private tuition. 

The University School is located on Post Street 
between Stockton and Powell. The building is large 
and commodious, and has an ample play -ground 
attached. An evening class for adults meets three 
times a week. 

CALIFORNIA COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. 

This popular institution for the education of yonng 
ladies is pleasantly located on Silver Street near 
Third. Tlie building was specially erected for the 
l)urpose, is large, commodious, well ventilated, and 
conveniently arranged, Jiaving a large room fitted 
up as a gymnasium, with all the iippliances neces- 
sary for healthful as well as graceful exercise for 
the physical development of the pupils, for here 
bodily and mental grace are happily combined. 
Receptions are held on Friday afternoon of each 
week, which parents, guardians, and visitors desiring 
to witness the progress of the pupils, and the exer- 
cises and course of study of the institute, are cor- 
dially invited to attend. While the greater portion 
of the pupils in attendance are from our own city 
and State, there are always a number from abroad — 
the northern States of Mexico, and British America. 
The institute is under the charge of Miss Lammond, 
an accomplished lady of great experience in teach- 
ing, and formerly the Principal of a popular female 
institute at Benicia, who gives her personal attention 
and immediate supervision to every department. 
She is assisted by the following corps of competent 
teachers : Madame Villimate, teacher of French ; 
Miss Audubon, Miss Gregory, and Mi-s. McGilvray ; 
and Mr. Bentler, teacher of music ; Mr. Butman, of 
oil painting ; and Mr. Hartmann. 

GRACE FEMALE INSTITUTE. 

Occupying the spacious school rooms of Grace 
Cathedral, was organized by Bishop Kip in March, 
1864. The Rev. H. Goodwin was the first Principal. 
He was succeeded in October, J8G4, by the Rev. G. A. 
Easton. This seminary asks, and thus far has liberal- 
ly received, the patronage of those parents and guar- 
dians who desire especially that the principles of the 
Gospel shall be daily and directly taught as the 
basis of instruction and rule of life. The Principal 
is assisted by two teachei-s in the English and two 
teachers in the French department. 

CITY COLLEGE. 

This institution, established by Rev. Dr. George 
W. Burrowes, in the basement of Calvary Churcn, 
but at present located on the SE corner of Stockton 
and Geary Street, is in a flourishing condition, hav- 
ing ten Profef sors and Teachers constantly employed. 
The number of pupils receiving instruction at present 
is one hundred and sixty -five, sixty-three of whom 
are pursuing the study of' the Latin and Greek lan- 
guages, higher branches of mathematics, mental and 
moral philosophy, chemistry, etc. 

ST. mark's GRAMMAR AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL. 

This school is superintended by a School Board, 
composed principally of members of the German 
Lutheran St. Mark's Church. It is situated on Geary 
Street, between Stockton and Powell, a convenient 
hall in the basement of St. Mark's Church having 
been set apart for school purposes. The object of 
this school IS to impart, both in the English and Ger- 
man languages, to children of both sexes, a thorough 
instruction in all the different branches taught in tne 
public schools of the city, and' also to afford to all 



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who desire it, an opportunity for the education of 
their children in the precepts and doctrines of the 
Christian religion. Mr. G. H. Labohm, a profes- 
sionally educated teacher, is Principal. The follow- 
ing gentlemen are the present members of the School 
Board: J. K. Thomas. I. Everdiiig, P. Mayer, J. 
Kohlmoos, H. Meese, F. Lauensteiu, H. Kohlmoos. 

CITY FEMALE SEMINARY. 

This institution, which receives the undivided at- 
tention of its founder. Rev. Charles Russell Clarke, 
is located on the comer of Mason and O'Farrell 
streets, in the immediate vicinity of the routes of the 
Central and Mission railroads. The Principal is 
assisted by Mrs. Clarke, who has charge of the gen- 
eral supervision of the Seminary, and by competent 
and experienced assistants in the difle'rent depart- 
ments. Married and elderly ladies are received 
teniporarilv into the institution, which is open at all 
times toiill who desire to select a permanent place 
for the education of their children, and those inter- 
ested in the progress of institutions of learning. 
Number of pupils in attendance, ninety. 

SAINT THOMAS' SEMINARY. 

This seminary is for the pursuit of clerical studies, 
and was commenced at its present place (Mission 
Dolores) in 1854, although prior to that time a few 
students pursued their ecclesiastical studies at the 
residence of the Archbishop. The number of stu- 
dents is now fourteen, and seven have been ordained 
who were educated at the seminary. 

SANTA CLARA COLLEGE, SAN JOSE. 

This establishment is under the superintendence 
of the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, and is open 
to all who choose to avail themselves of its advan- 
tages. It is situated in the beautiful valley of Santa 
Clara, so celebrated for the mildness ani salubrity 
of its climate, and is about three miles distant from 
San Jos^ and quite close to the San J086 and San 
Francisco Railroad. 

The college was founded in 1851. On the twenty- 
eighth of April, 1855, it was incorporated, and em- 
powered to confer degrees and academical honors, 
and to exercise all the rights and privileges common 
to any other literary institution in the United States. 
It has a full start' of' professors, and presents advan- 
tages for the mental, phvsical and moral training of 
the students unsurpassed in California. It possesses 
a complete philosophical apparatus purposely made 
in Paris for Santa Clara College, and furnished with 
all necessary instruments for experiments in me- 
chanics, hydraulics, pneumatics, caloric, electricity, 
magnetism, optics, acoustics, and surveying. New 
and important additions are being made every year 
to keep pace with the progress of science. 

The cliemical laboratory is provided with a full 
assortment of chemicals, a very good set of furnaces, 
and all that is necessary for the ditt'erent kinds of 
chemical analysis. The museum of natural history 
comprises a collection of mineralogy of more than 
one thousand live hundred specimens ; also three 
thousand specimens of shells and other natural curi- 
osities. As an accessory to the scientific department 
there is a photographic gallery, where the students 
who wish may learn photogiaphy in all its different 
branches. Practical lessons are given also on the 
electric telegraph. The college library numbers 
about tea thousand volumes. 

FEMALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, SANTA CLARA. 

This institution is known as the Female Depart- 
ment of the University of the Pacific, and is patron- 
ized by the California Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

The charter for the university was granted by the 
legislature in August, 1851 . In May, 1852, the Rev. 
E. Bannister opened a preparatory school for both 



sexes in the central portion of the Institute edifice. 
A school, of which this may be considered the out- 
growth, was commenced in December, 1850, under 
the auspices of the Missionary Society of the M. E. 
Church, by the same Principal. 

In December, 18.53, the sexes were separated, and 
for this department, the title " Female Collegiate 
Institute" adopted. It embraces three departments, 
primary, preparatory, and collegiate, with a full 
board of instruction. The collegiate course extends 
over a period of three years. Ancient and modern 
languages are thoroughly taught, also all the usual 
ornamental branches. 

The boarding department is limited, there beuig 
accommodation for about thii-ty boarding pujHls. 
Day pupils are also received. Ihe list of graduates 
is quite extended, though the exact number is not 
known by the author of this article. It has been 
successively under the care of Rev. E. Bannister, 
D.D., Rev. D. A. Drvden, Rev. J. Rogers, Rev. 
G. S. Phillips, A.M., fiev. E. Bannister, D.D., and 
Rev. D. Tuthill, A.M. It is at present in successful 
operation under the last-named principal. 

ST. CATHERINE'S ACADEMY, BENICIA. 

This institution is conducted by the Sisters of St. 
Dominic, and is situated in the healthy and accessi- 
ble town of Benicia. The plan of education em- 
braces the various branches of instruction usually 
taught in the most approved seminaries for young 
ladies. Pupils of any religious denomination will 
be received ; but for the sake of nniformilj, all are 
required to be present at the regular religious serv- 
ices of the institution. The scholastic year, com- 
E rising ten months and a half, opens on the twenty- 
rst of August, and ends about the first week of 
July. Pupils will be received at any time, the fees 
to commence from date of entrance. 

Societies— Keligious, Benevolent, and Pro- 
tective. 

In another portion of this volume will be found a 
full list of charitable associations and organizations 
established for the benefit and improvement of every 
class of humanity requiring aid and encouragement. 
It is, however, meet and pleasing to note the con- 
tinned and regular increase in the number and im- 
portance of these indices of modern christian civili- 
zation in our midst. There is probably no city in 
the world of the same population so well supplied 
with benevolent institutions and elemosynary asso- 
ciations as San Francisco. Every nationality is 
represented by its charitable association ; every 
want known to humanity is anticipated ; every ill 
that flesh is heir to is ministered to by the kindly 
hand of benevolence and good fellowship. The 
vital force and active condition of these praise- 
worthy associations is the beet refutation of the 
charge sometimes made that our people are absorbed 
in the worship of mammon. In no community in 
the world are the calls of distress more fully and 
liberally responded to. While our numerous benev- 
olent institutions are so liberally sustainded by pri- 
vate contribution and individual effort, the State has 
nobly contributed to the support of a number of this 
class of our institutions in the following liberal 
appropriations : 

To the Asylum for the Deaf, Dumb, and Blind, 
$200 per annum for each pupil : Orphan Asylums — 
Protestant $15,000, and Catholic $10,000 ; to the La- 






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dies' Protection and Relief Society, $6,000 ; to the 
Home of the Inehiiate, $2,500, and Magdalen Asy- 
lum, $5,000. 

SABBATH SCHOOLS. 

The Sabbath Schools connected with the different 
churches continue in a prosperous condition. The 
report of the average attendance during the past 
year of the twenty-one schools connected with the 
Sunday School Union, is as follows : 



Sunday Schools. 


Superintendents . 


S.3 


a-o 

3." 

93- 


o 3 
7 


l8t Baptist 


B.T.Martin 

Dr. J. C. Spencer.. 
I.. B. Benchley .... 

E. D. Sawyer 

J. W. Cox 


340 
2i5 
350 
245 
2-20 
201 
20B 

7.5 
477 

97 
131 
100 
29.5 

64 
337 

7.5 
13.5 
1'20 

25 
200 
125 


1.800 
500 

1,'200 
555 

^v) 

650 
1,'2.50 
18.5 
l,.5O0 
300 
800 
8.50 
400 
240 
1,000 
500 
300 
600 
60 
700 
250 


16 


2d Baptist 




l3t ('oiiKrogatloiial.. 
2d CoiiKreKational. . 
3d CoiiKronntlonal. . 
Green St. Coiir. — 
Powell Street M. K 

Mariners' 

How.ira St. M. E . . . 
Mission Bethel ME. 
FolsoniSt. Ger.M.E. 
Bniaiiway Oer. M.E. 
Fir<t I'resbyterian. . 
Hyde and Bush Mis. 
Howard I'resbvter'n 
St. Paul's I'resbyt'n 
Industrial School. . 
Liirkin .St. I'reshyt'n 

Potrero Union 

Central Methodist.. 
Montgoiu'y St. M.E. 


3 

10 


David Cobb, p. tern 

E. W. Playter 

II. L. Chamberlain. 
Charles Goodall.... 

.1. B. Firth 

.T. G. Mysell 

M. Kuchenpeisser. . 

s. B. Stoddard 

John K.Allen 

\V. L. I'alnier 

Warren Holt 

George E. Lynde... 
E. li. VV'atcrman ... 
Edward Anderson . . 
James F. Smith — 
M. K. Laudenslager 


1 
34 

3 
13 

"i 

"b 


Totals 




4,043 


14,090 


89 



Protestants not connected with the Union. 



Calvary 

Calvary Mission 

Central Presbyter'n 

Grace Cathedral 

Trinity 

Trinity Mission 

Cli. of the Advent. . 

St. John's 

Third Baptist 

African Methodist. . 

Zion Wesleyan 

Chinese Mission 

German Lutheran . . 
St. Mark's Lutheran 
First Ger. Lutheran. 

First Unitarian 

Swedenborgian 



J. B. Roberts 

H. Bergner 

Stephen Franklin.. 

F. Smith 

B. H. Randolph.... 
William G. Badger. 

E. B. Benjamin 

W. O. Andrews 

William Harris 

J. B. Sanderson 

R. T. Houston 

Rev. Mr. Loomis... 
Rev. Mr. Moo-shake 
Rev. Mr. Buehler . . 
Rev. Mr. Hansen... 
Samuel L. Cutter. . 
James Kellogg 



Totals 1,967 9,770| 20 



1,0001 

400 

200 

750 

1,000 

2,000 

1,500 

750 

1'20! 

275 

200 



200 

75 



1,100 
200 



Mission Schools. 

Calvary 4th St. Mis. il. S. Vanwlnkle. . 

Mission St. M. E J. H. Lelong 

Howard, Hayes Val.lE. F. Maxfleld. .. 



60 
88 
40 


■■'iso 

150 


188 


300 



Catholic Schools not connected with the Union. 



St. Mary's Cathedral 

St. Francis' 

St. Patrick's 

St. Boniface's 

St. Ignatius' 

Mission Dolores 

St. Joseph's 

St. Rose's 

St. Bridget's 

Presentation Conv't 
St. Mary's College. . 
Magdalen Asylum. . 
Catholic Asylum . . . 



J. McMahan,O.S.F. 

Wm. J. Gorman 

E.Neale 

MlssSutkamp 

Jesuit Prle.sts 

Rev. J. Prendergast 

Charles Smith 

The Sisters 

Father Aerdcn 

Rev. Mother, L.C.. 
Rev. Father Gray.. 



Sisters. 



Totals 3,240 1,230 



450 



Cong. Sherith Israel 


Israelites. 


. 801 1 ---- 




•soo 

75 
200 







Ahabal Shalom 


E. Blackman 










Total 




655 





Average attendance 7,t06, which added to the 
estimated number attending the Catholic 3,240, and 
tlie Israelites, 655 make a total of over 11,000 who 
receive religious instruction on the Sabbath in this 

city. 

YOUNG men's christian ASSOCIATION. 

This society was organized in 1853, with a view 
to the moral, social, and intellectual improvement of 
young men of all denominations, by means of a read- 
iuK-roorn supplied with all the leading religious and 
secular pajjers, niagazines, and ijeriodiciils, domestic 
and foreign together with a well selected library of 
over two thousand volumes, embracing nearly every 
branch of general literature. Of these, about six 
hundred are religious, two hundred biographical, one 
hundced poetical, two hundred historical, two hund- 
red travels, and seven hundred miscellatieous, as 
essays, sermons, classics, iiction, drama, law, phi- 
losophv, science, and art, standard works, bound 
magazines, and periodicals, commentaries, encyclo- 
pedias, dictionaries, reference books, public docu- 
ments, etc. A social prayer meeting is held at the 
rooms every Saturday evening, from eight to 9 
o'clock, and from half-past twelve to 1, p.m. each 
dav is devoted to the same pnrpose. There is also 
a literary society conducted under the auspices of 
the association, which nieete at the rooms every 
Tuesday evening. The association numbers about 
three hundred and fifty membere ; of these, live are 
honorary, seventy-live life, one hundred and thirty- 
nine active, and one hundred and thirty-one asso- 
ciate. To become a member, the name of the appli- 
cant must first be proposed for membership at a 
regular monthly meeting, by a member of the asso- 
ciation, which proposal will be acted upon at the 
next monthly meetnig ; provided, said applicant has 
paid the yearly dues, which, for an active member, is 
five dollars, and for an associate, three. No initiation 
fee is charged. Jlembere of evangelical churches 
in good standing, only, may become active mem- 
bers. Life members are constituted by the payment 
of twenty-five dollars at any one time. Only active 
and life members are qualified to vote and eligible to 
office. The rooms of the association are at 5^6 CaU- 
fornia Street, nearly opposite the Mechanic's Insti- 
tute, and are open to the public the year round from 
8, A.M. to 10, P.M. The library is open every day 
(Sundays excepted) from 3 to 10 o'clock, p.m. 

ladies' protection AND RELIEF SOCIETY. 

This institution, organized August 4th, 1863, by 
the benevolent ladies of San Francisco, and incorpo- 
rated August 9th the year following, has been pro- 
ductive of a large amount of good in relieving the 
distress of sick and destitute women and children, 
and providing employment for females desirous of 
procuring work. To carry out this praiseworthy 
object, the societv has erected a Home on Franklin 
Street, between f ost and Geary, where protection, 
aid, and information is cheerfully furnished to all 
residents and strangers included within the sphere 
of its benevolent operations. The Legislature of 
1863-4, amongst other appropriations for the assist- 
ance of the benevolent institutions of the State, al- 
lotted this association $6,000, which aided in paying 
for the Home. 

From the organization of the society, till the first 
of April last, a large part of the work has been 
caring for families m the city who needed assist- 
ance in the way of provisions, fuel, clothing, nurses, 
medical aid, and medicines, payment of rents, etc. 
A total of sixty-one families were aided in this man- 
ner, during the first seven months of this year, be- 
sides the maintenance of the Home. At "the time 
referred to, the San Francisco Benevolent Society 
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care of the cases then on onr hands, and all subse- 
quent out-door work of that kind. 

Durinjj tlie past year, one hundred and twenty- 
two adults and children have been inmates of the 
Home ; of these, eight have been indentured or 
adopted, leaving the present number seventy-two. 
The ages of the children range from one to fourteen 
years. 

A school is maintained at the Home, in which all 
the children old enough are daily taught all the ele- 
mentary branches. The avei'age number of scholars 
the past year has been upwards of fifty. Gratifying 
improvement has been made ; but the changes inci- 
dent to the plan of operations often remove the most 
Promising. Yet this is the only way to secure the 
ighest good of the child, as it has never been any 
part of Hie plans of the society to assume the per- 
manent support or education of any. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM (PRSTESTANT). 

This benevolent and praiseworthy institution was 
organized January 31st, 1851, and incorporated by 
act of the Legislature on the tenth of tlie ensuing 
mouth. To the almost unaided efforts of a few ladies 
we" are indebted for this noble institution, which 
now' stands as a monument to their charity and 
goodness of heart. The asylum was first located 
on the corner of Folsom and Secot d streets, in a 
building owned by General H. W. Halleck, from 
whence it was removed in March, 1854, to the pres- 
ent building, a commodious and elegant stone struc- 
ture, which was finished at an expense of $30,000. 
This building occupies the block bounded by Laguna, 
Octavia. Page, and Webster streets, and is roomy 
and adequate to the wants of the class for whose 
benefit it has been founded. Dependent mainly 
upon private benevolence for support, the institution 
is one of the proudest monuments of the liberality of 
the people of San Francisco. In the construction of 
the l)uilding two important matters have been care- 
fully kept in view, which are too often lost sight of 
in the planning of many public buildings of the pre- 
sent day — ventilation and light. To the abundant 
supply of fresh air introduced into every portion of 
the building, combined with the abundant and sub- 
stantial supply of food furnished the children, and 
the daily exercise allowed them, may be attributed 
the unexampled health of the inmates. Every de- 
partment is thorough and complete, clean, orderly, 
and well kept ; the dormitories are spacious and airy, 
with everytliing neat and comfortable ; large play- 
rooms are provided for the exercise of the cnildren, 
when conhned indoors by the weather ; the school 
room, dining room, kitchen, laundry, wash and bath 
rooms, are all upon a scale commensurate with the 
wants of the institution, and everything connected 
with each is arranged and conducted in the most ad- 
mirable manner. In the school the children are 
taught the solid branches, with the addition of draw- 
ing and exercises in singing, and in point of aptness 
and proficiency the pupils will compare favorably 
with any of the public schools of the city. The ele- 
vated location ot the asylum commands a view ol 
a great portion of the city and bay, with the oppo- 
site shore, and when further improvements are made 
to the grounds, which are very much needed, a more 
picturesque and beautiful spot cannot be anywhere 
found in the vicinity of the city. The Legislature 
of 1864 appropriated $15,000 for the support of this 
institution, and for the improvement of the orphan 
grounds. 

The present number of inmates is one hundred and 
sixty-four, of which seventy-five are girls; and of 
this number but a very small proportion are from 
San Francisco. The whole State, and indeed the 
entire Pacific Coast, claims for its orphans a home 
and a shelter in the San Francisco Orphan Asylum ; 
and applications constantly being made from even 
the most remote parts of this arid adjoining States 



and Territories, asking admission sometimes for 
whole families of orphan children, prove that this 
institution is being known throughout the land; and 
through the liberality of its patrons, and the assist- 
ance rendered by the State, its managers are enabled 
to give favorable replies to these numerous calls. 

CATHOLIC ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

This institution is located on ^Market Street, near 
its junction with Kearny, on a lot donated for the 
purpose by Timothy Murphv of Marin County. The 
main building, which is a handsome edifice, fronts 
on Market Street — the school and infirmary build- 
ings being located in the rear. The chiWren, fe- 
males — the male asylum of the Order being located 
on the property donated for tlie purpose by the same 
testator, at San Rafael, Marin County — number up- 
wards of three hundred. Every attention is paid to 
the mental and physical training of the children, 
who are tmly heafthy and happy. All the solid 
branches of education are taught in the school, with 
music and other accomplishments — the asylum being 
provided with three pianos for the nse'of the or- 
phans. The rooms are well ventilated, and every 
attention is paid to the health of the inmates. The 
play-grounds are ample, and provided with every 
appliance for healthy exercise. Some of the teach- 
ers have been brougut up and educated in the insti- 
tution. Two of the finest globes, terrestrial and ce- 
lestial, to be found on this coast, belong to this in- 
stitutibn. The asylum is supported by the Order 
under which it was instituted, by donations and pri- 
vate contributions, and by appropriations from the 
State. The asylum is under the charge of Sister 
Frances, who is truly a mother to the orphans. 

STATE DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND INSTITUTION. 

This admirable institution was organized nnder 
the auspices of the State, under an Act of the Legis- 
lature of 1860, and under its fostering care is now 
one of the most flourishing institutions in the land. 
The buildings were erected upon a large lot at the 
corner of Mission and Fifteenth streets, and are 
ample for the accommodation of all the pupils that 
will be apt to be in attendance for years to come. 
The Legislature of 18b3 passed an Act levying a 
special tax of one mill on each one hundred aollare, 
for the support of this institution, and the erection of 
other buildings. The immediate control of the in- 
stitution was oriL'inally assigned to a board of be- 
nevolent ladies ; but tiie last Legislature removed 
them, and passed a law placing the management 
under the control of a board of three trustees. At 
present there are sixty-two pupils, about equally di- 
vided. The pupils are under the charge of compe- 
tent teachers, who instruct them in reading, writing, 
needle-work, etc. — the blind being also instructed m 
music. While this is a charitable iustitution, the 
benefits of which are denied to none, parents who 
are able are required to pay a small sum yearly for 
the care and attention bestowed upon their unfortu- 
nate children. 

SAN FRANCISCO BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

Of all the benevolent institutions established in 
onr city none have been productive of more real, 
substantial and lasting good in proportion to the 
means employed than the San Francisco Benevolent 
Association. Although less than a year old — filling 
up, as it has done, a most important hiatus in the be- 
nevolent institutions of the day — this association has, 
in a quiet and unpretentious way, been productive of 
incalculable good. It was organized at a time when 
the want of such an institution was most severely 
felt dnd its aid most essentially needed. While our 
City and State were eliciting the admiration of the 
entire Union for the liberality of their largesses 
to the various funds for the relief of the sick and 
wounded soldiers, there was here at home, in our 



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very midst, a larfre amount of BufTering which was 
iinrelievejl and unprovided for. This was not so 
mufh owinx to the apatiiy or indifference of such of 
our citizens as were altle and willing to relieve the 
wants of the deserving, as from the fact that such 
cases were com|>aralively unknown, or their knowl- 
edge in a majority of instances confined to hut the 
few, who were in most cases compelled to seek 
them out. Hundreds, even in our own active and 
busy community, aMe and willing to work — in many 
cases recently lauded upon these shores, penniless, 
destitute, literally sti-augers in a strange laud — were 
unable to find emiiloynient, and many deserving ob- 
jects, sull'ering from destitution ana disease, were 
deterred from seeking aid by that barrier of personal 
pride and self respect which ever forms a barrier 
around those who have seen better days. A few 
public spirited and charitable citizens, fully alive to 
the work, and seriously desiring to relieve the ne- 
cessities and procure the means of livelihood for the 
sensitive and deserving, formed this association and 
established an agency for carrying out this laudable 
design, where parties needing assistance and em- 
ployment might without degredation in their own 
estimation make such application. The public were 
re(|nested, through the pajHsrs, to send all nereone 
soliciting aid on the street to the agency, ana to call 
the attention of the management to any cases re- 
quiring aid or relief, which might come to their 
Knowledge. The benefits of this system were at once 
made apparent — our citizens were no longer impor- 
tuned for alms on the public streets, suitable em- 
ployment was aflbrded upon application at the office, 
to all desirous of obtaining work and earning an 
honest livelihood. No great parade was made, no 
public appeals for aid, but through assistance quietly 
rendered the association pursued the even tenor of 
its way, bestowing its benefits like the dews which 
fall from heaven, silently and unostentatiously. The 
only direct appeal ma<le to the public at large for 
aid was in the placing contribution boxes at the dif- 
ferent polling places of the last election, from which 
source — the voting population having become sensi- 
ble of the manif(tld benefits of this organization, and 
fully assured that their charities would reach the 
proper objects, which we regret to say is not always 
the case — quite a handsome sum was realized. 

We cannot give a better idea of the practical 
operations and manifold benefits of this deserving 
institution than bv copying the following statement 
of its objects and pnncipTes, published in the pros- 
pectus of the association, for the benefit of members, 
visitors, and the public at large, who are directly 
interested : 

AH who become subscribers are members, and are 
entitled to the directory and tickets which will ena- 
ble them to refer applicants to the proper source for 
relief. 

Its aiTiingements are, first, a division of the city 
into forty dTstricts, and the appointment of an Advi- 
sory Committee ; and next, the selection of a general 
agent to manage the general business of the associa- 
tion, to which all of his time and talents are lo be 
devoted. 

The Visitors are distributed so as to cover the en- 
tire area of the city. By this minute division of la- 
bor and responsibility, the institution is prepared, so 
far as the means shall be siipplied, to meet every 
proper want of the needy. The laborious and in- 
valuable services of the Visitors, who will be se- 
lected with great care, will be entirely gratuitous. 

The diversified labors of each district are confided 
to the prudent supervision and control of a Visitor, 
whose field of labor is compressed to a limit which 
admits of his personal attention to all the needy 
therein. 

In whatever part of the city the suffering apply to 
the membere of the association for aid, by means of 
a directory and printed tickets, they are sent to their 



appropriate Section and Visitor, whose proximity to 
the residence of the applicants enables nini, by per- 
sonal visitation and inouiry, to extend, withhold, or 
modify relief, on clearly defined principles, accord- 
ing to the deserts and necessities of every case. 

Assistance is rendered not only with greatcaution, 
but with great secrecy and delicacy when necessary. 
No degredation consequently will follow such relief; 
nor will it be the means of undermining one right 
principle, or of enfeebling one well-directed impulse. 

As has been already stated, the association is not 
intended to supersede existing charities, but, so far 
as is practicable, to make them available to those for 
whom they are designed. 

With this statement of the purposes of the associ- 
ation, the Trustees appeal to tlie public for aid in this 
long-needed charity. They especially invite atten- 
tion to the necessity of avoiding indiscriminate alms- 
giving, and they request that the bounties of the 
people be allowed to now through this or some other 
regularly authorized channel. 

In order that the work of the organization may 
commence at once, they respectfully invite these who 
are disposed to contribute to the funds of the associ- 
ation, and thus become members, to present their 
names, with the amount of their subscriptions, at 
the office at the earliest possible moment. 

The rooms and office of the association are located 
at No. 410 Pine Street, above Montgomery, where 
Mr. I. S. Allen, the active agent and manager, can 
be found to answer the calls made under the fore- 
going regulations. The following well known citi- 
zens comprise the officers of this praiseworthy or- 
ganization: Robert B. Swain, President; J.' W. 
Stow, Treasurer ; Dr. L. C. Gunn, Corresponding 
Secretary ; I. S. Allen, General Agent and Secre- 
tary; R. G. Sneath, J. W. Stow, R. B. Swain, and 
L. Sachs, Advisory Committee ; R. B. Swain, R. G. 
Sneath, Louis Sachs, Capt. Levi Stevens, Moses 
Ellis, W. C. Ralston, J. W. Stow, Eli Lazard, D. 
W. C. Rice, M.D., Wm. Non-is, and Louis McLane, 
Trustees. 

ladies' seaman's friend society. 

At a time when no one seemed to care for the 
sailor m this our great commercial city — his wants 
and necessities, whether in sickness or in health, all 
uncared for ; no home of comfort provided for him, 
and only the low haunts of vice and dissipation 
afforded Jack a restinjr place as be came in from the 
deep waters — this socfety was established by a few 
ladies whose sympathies had been called forth in be- 
half of this important class of our fellow men. It 
dates from March 26th, 1856 — the object being "to 
relieve shipwrecked and destitute seamen, to estab- 
lish a boarding house where thev may find a home 
and protection against the pernicious influences and 
injustice to whicli they are subjected in this port; 
to supply the destitute with clothing, and to place 
within their reach the means for moral and intel- 
lectual improvement.'' It commends itself as truly 
philanthropic — its basis, universal benevolence, irre- 
spective of sect or country. With unabated zeal 
and untiring efforts the ladies who are engaged in 
this meritorious work, notwithstanding the heavy 
rents to which they are subjected, have sustained a 
comfortable boarding house, and furnished aid to 
hundreds of sick and destitute sailors, who other- 
wise must have suffered, inasmuch as the Revenue 
Laws of our country precluded their admission 
(under the circumstances) into the Marine Hospital. 

Their annual appeal to the Legislature for an ap- 
propriation to enable them to purchase a lot and 
build a Sailors' Home has, as yet, been unheeded. 

During the progress of the recent Mechanics' In- 
stitute exhibition, the enterorising managers of the 
societv conducted a New England Kitchen at the 
Pavilion, the results of which will materially assist 
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object — to erect a Home in tliis city tlmt will succor 
many a weary '' Son of ilie Ocean," and one that 
will make a worthy addition to the numerous be- 
nevolent institutions of this city. 

EUREKA BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

The formation of this society dates back to Octo- 
ber, 1850, win n, according to the records, tothe fol- 
lowing gentlemen the credit of establishing this ex- 
cellent institution is due : J. Jacobs, M. Dittmann, 
P. Schloss, M. Fishel, A. Helbing, M. Hellman, E. 
Dittman, S. Laznrd, J. Lehman, L. Reinstein, A. 
Blumenthal, D. Baumfrund, and J. Zeiler. 

The management of the affairs of this society is 
placed in the hands of a Board of Trustees consist- 
ing of a President, Vice President, Treasurer, and 
eix Trustees. The Board of Trustees are required 
to hold regular monthl}' meetings, and for the pur- 
pose of divi<ling the labors among the several mem- 
bers thereof, the By-Laws provide for the appoint- 
ment of the following committees : On finance, 
charity, sick, burial, and real estate. The Secretary, 
Physician, and Collector are elected by the Board 
of Trustees, and their compensation is fixed by them. 

New members can only be elected at either of the 
four general meetings held during the months of 
March, June, September, and December, and it re- 
quires a majority consisting of four-fifths of the 
votes cast to elect, when, after the payment of ten 
dollars initiation fee and his regular monthly dues of 
one dollar and twenty-five cents, the applicant is en- 
titled to all the rights and privileges of a member. 
Life memberships can be obtained upon the pay- 
ment of one hundred and twenty-five dollars, wiiich 
exempts from payment of dues thereafter. The 
original object of this society consisted in furnishing 
assistance to the poor, in attending the sick, and 
burying the dead ; but in the month of March. 1858, 
an act was passed at a general meeting establishing 
a widow and orphan fund, for the benefit of widows 
and orphans of deceased members. The act pro- 
vides that one-half of all initiation fees and one-nfth 
of the monthly dues and one-fourth of all extra 
ordinary incomes shall be placed to the credit of this 
fund. The original amount set apart, before any use 
can be made of its means, was $5,000, whicli has 
since been amended, and the By-Laws now require 
that the fund must reach $20,000 before any part of 
it can be expended. This fund now amounts to the 
sum of $15,000, and the general fund possesses about 
$20,000, making the combined capital of the insti- 
tution $%,00U. 

The funds of the society are partly invested in 
real estate, and in money loaned out on indorsed 
notes at current rates of niterest. The society has 
now about three hundred and eighty members, and 
is increasing at the rate of thirty members per year. 

Nearly all the society's money for years past has 
been loaned out upon notes, yet not a dollar has ever 
been lost, and of the large amount of charity dis- 
tributed, which will reach a sum perhaps not less 
than $60,000, not $'2,000 has been paid to members, 
because they have fortunately not required it, and 
have consequently not asked for it. 

Many persons Imve been relieved with the money 
of this institution without ever knowing from what 
source such relief emanated, and hundreds who 
found themselves here without help and means have 
been returned to their friends and relatives in the 
Eastern States or Europe with the assistance of this 
institution. 

The following gentlemen have officiated as pre- 
siding officers of this society since its organization : 
August Helbing for seven years. Dr. L lieugensber 



ger for one year, H. D. Silverman f(>r one year, 
fichner for two years, A. Wasserman for two yea 



L. 

years. 



B. Schloss for one year, and Henry Regensburger 
for one year. 

In common with the congregation Emanu-El this 



society is in part owner of the Home of Peace Cem- 
etery, near the Mission Dolores, which is inclosed 
with a brick wall, and otherwise in a high state of 
improvement. The books of the institution show 
an expenditure of upwards of $6,000 towards this 
very laudable object. 

THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

This reformatory institution is still in successful 
operation, and is doing a large amount of good in 
rescuingyouth, otherwise uncared for, from evil asso- 
ciations;' breaking up and eradicating bad habits at 
the outset of life. It has already elicited the grati- 
tude of many a youth of talents and noble impulses, 
started upon a downward career, but by means of 
this institution reclaimed, educated, and afforded the 
means of becoming useful members of society. The 
whole number of pupils admitted since tlie fii-st 
opening of the school. May 3d, 1859, is four hundred 
and fifty-eight, of whom three hundred and fifty- 
eight were boys and one hundred girls. The num- 
ber admitted during the past year was one hundred 
and twenty-five, of whom eighty-six were boys and 
thirty -nine girls. Additions liave been made to the 
school building, materially enhancing the comfort 
and accommodations of the inmates. Among these 
is a dining room of a capacity sufficient to accommo- 
date over two hundred children. The following are 
the officers and employes of the institution. 

Leonidas B. Benchley, Charles D. Carter, Nathan 
Porter, Jacob Schreiber, John H.Tifcorab, and Gus. 
tave Touchard, Managers, 1865-7 ; Charles H. Stan- 
yan, Monroe Ashbury, and James H. Reynolds, ap- 
pointed from Board of Supervisors, 1865-6; John 
Archbald, Treasurer ; James S. Thomson, Secre- 
tary ; George L. Lynde, Superintendent (absent) ; 
Rufus K. Marriner, Superintendent (temporary) ; 
Benjamin D. Dean, Physician ; Theodore C. Smith, 
Nathan J. Stone, and Mrs. Charlotte A. Sawyer, 
Teachers ; Mrs. Catharine Sheldon, Matron. 

prisoners' aid SOCIETY. 

A new organization has recently been established 
in tliis city, having in view the assistance and refor- 
mation of men who have been imprisoned for crime, 
with the following named gentlemen as officers for 
the ensuing year: Gov. P. F. Low, President; Dr. 
J. F. Morse, Vice President ; James Woodwortb, 
Secretary; M. J. O'Connor, Treasurer. 

BRITISH BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

This society was established in July, 1865, with 
the object of assisting British born subjects in dis- 
tress or sickness. Meetings are held on the second 
Tuesday of every month, temporarily at the St. An- 
drew's Society Rooms, 522 Market Street. Num- 
ber of members, three hundred and thirty. 

Officers — W. Lane Booker, H. B. M. Consul, 
President; A. Forbes, First Vice President; J. B. 
Wynn, Second Vice President; John Archbald, 
Treasurer ; Thomas Hulbert, Secretary ; Edward 
Briant, Assistant Secretary ; Charles F. H. Gilling- 
ham, M.D., Physician ; Jas. Bell, H. A. Fox, Rob- 
ert Roxby, John Wedderepoon, John Mason, Gomer 
Evans, John Landale, ana Thos. B. Simpson, Board 
of Trustees ; T. P. Bevans, R. Mayers, C. Ashton, 
and H. E. Highton, Board of Relief. 

GERMAN GENERAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

This ossociation, composed exclusively of Ger- 
mans, and those who speak the language, was or- 
ganized January 7th, 18^4, for the mulualattendance 
upon and relief of its members, and especially the 
protection and aid of newly-arrived German immi- 
grants. The large and commodious Hospital erected 
by the association on Brannan Street, near Third, 
where every possible comfort and accommodation 
adequate to the wants of the sick can be obtained, 



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is an endnrinp monument of the liberality mid phil- 
anthropy of this provident c1h«8 of our citizens. 

ST. maky's ladies' socikty. 
This society, which was originally founded in 
IKA) liy the SiHtcrs of .Mercy for the disneinination 
of piety among the females of the Catholic Church, 
and afterwards converted into a mutual benevolent 
association, holds its meetinjLrs in the Hall erected for 
that Purpose adjoining the St. Mary's Hospital, to 
which iiH labors are mainly devoted, the officers be- 
ing selected from tfie Sisters of Mercy. It is one of 
the most flourishing of all the benevolent associa- 
tions, and numbers some six hundred contributing 
members. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BE.NEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

This society is composed of the male members of 
the Roman Catholic Church, for the aid of those in 
distress and the consolation and relief of the afflicted. 
Although mainly devoted to attending to the sick, 
burying the dead, and relieving the families left in 
needy circumstances by its own members, its benev- 
olent operations are not exclusively confined to its 
own limits, but administer to the wants of all such 
afilicted as come within its notice. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM. 

This reformatory institution is located on the San 
Bruno Road, and is under the charge and direction 
of the Sistere of Mercy. 

During the past year a large and commodious 
building, three stories in hight, has been erected for 
the accommodation of the inmates of the asylum. 
Since the foundation of this institution nearly one 
hundred females have been received, most of whom 
have been reformed by the influence and attention 
of those in charge. At the present time there are 
sixty penitents, attended by seven Sisters of Mercy. 

EUREKA TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION. 

This society \yas organized in 18.58, for the pur- 
pose of protecting the interests and rendering aid 
and assistance to distressed members of the " Art 
Preservative of all Arts. It numbers some three 
hundred members, and is in a very flourishing con- 
dition. An arrrangement has been made by this 
society with the managers of St. Mary's Hospital, 
by which the sick receive medical attendance and 
nursing. The society recently purchased a burial 
lot in Lone Mountain Cemetery, w"hich they design 
decorating and ornamenting in a becoming manner. 

DASHAWAY ASSOCIATION. 

This widely-known Temperance organization, orig- 
inally founded on the twenty-fourth day of Jlay, 
1859, by the members of Howard Engine Company, 
has increased to an astonishing extent, numbering 
over six thousand members. A large and elegant 
hall has been erected on Post Street, between Du- 
pont and Kearny, by the Parent association, devoted 
to the business and social meetings of the members. 
The affairs of the association are in a most flourish- 
ing condition, and the sphere of its usefulness con- 
stantly extending. From this parent stock auxiliary 
societies have sprung up, and are in successful opera- 
tion all over the Stale. The name of " Dashaway '" 
has become a household word. 

FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

This is a mutual benevolent association, formed 
in 1851, by a number of French citizens, for the aid 
and relief of its members, although its action is not 
confined exclusively to that class. A spacious and 
commodious hospital, with handsomely laid out 
grounds, was erected by this association a year 
since, on Bryant between Fifth and Sixth streets. 

ladies' UNITED HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

This praiseworthy association was established in 



1855, by the ladies of the Israelitish faith, for the 
aiil of the distressed among the women of that peo- 
ple, to alteiul to the sick, bury the dead, aid tiie 
poor, and relieve the wants of the distressed. The 
objects of the association have been carried out with 
the untiring zeal and philanthropic spirit with which 
it originated. 

ITALIAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

This somewhat limited, but industrious, thrifty , and 
provident pf)rtion of our citizens, the Italians, have 
not been behind other and more numerous classes in 
their provision for the sick and distressed among 
their ranks. This society has an arrangement with 
the managers of St. Mary^s Hospital, by whi<;h every 
provision is made for the care of those entitled to its 
protection and relief. 

Hospitals. 

There is, perhaps, no city in the world of its age 
and population better supplied with public and pri- 
vate hospitals than San Francisco. Essentially cos- 
mopolitan in the constituent parts of its population, 
and embracing as it does representatives from all 
portions of the globe, each nationality has its benev- 
olent associations, one of the principal objects of 
which is to make ample provision for the care of its 
sick. The greater portion of those unfortunates, in- 
jured by the causalties constantly occurring in the 
mines, resort to San Francisco for medical and 
surgical treatment ; hence it is that the public and 
private hospitals of the city are almost constantly 
crowded. 

The following comprises the leading institutions of 
this character located here : 

THE UNITED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL. 

This spacious brick building, two hundred feet 
long by one hundred feet in width, and four stories 
high was erected by the U. S. Government on the 
Government Reserve at Rincon Point, in the year 
18.>3. It is capable of containing several hundred 
patients, and is devoted exclusively to the use of the 
sick and disabled belongin<' to the national and mer- 
chant marine service, iuduaiug landsmen engaged in 
the inland and coast trade. The number of patients 
admittted each year is about one thousand, and the 
number of annual deaths near twenty-two ; the av- 
erage number of patients is about one hundred. The 
officers in charge of the hospital who are appointed 
by the Government, are a Surgeon, Apothecary, 
Steward, and Matron. 

THE CITY AND COUNTY HOSPITAL. 

This spacious building, which is of brick, and three 
stories high, located on the comer of Stockton and 
Francisco streets, was opened for the reception of 
patients in Jnly, 1857. 'The lower floor is occupied 
oy the offices of the Resident Physician and attend- 
ants, with a surgical ward, and cells for the safe 
keeping of insane patients. The second floor is oc- 
cupied l)y surgical patients, dining hall, apothecarv's 
room, contractor's storeroom, and kitcnen. The 
medical patients are allowed the third floor, a num- 
ber of small rooms in the rear being set apart for 
female patients. During the past year important 
additions have been made, materially enhancing the 
accommodations. The supplies of the hospital — food, 
fuel, lights, and washing — are furnished bv contract. 
The officers are one Visiting and one Resident Physi- 
cian, Apothecary, and Contractor. 

The most liberal provisions are allowed by law for 
the maintenance oi this useful institution, viz.: for 
1863, contingent expenses, $60,000 per annum ; re- 



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pairs, $G,000; furnishyig, $12,000; improvements, 
$25,000 ; aW, for support of a Small Pox Hospital, 
$(),()00 per annum ; lor 18()4,to improve and enlarge 
the present buildings, an addition to the sum now 
allowed by law of $125,000. 

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL. 

This is the most extensive private hospital in the 
City of San Francisco, and is under the charge of 
the Sisters of Mercy. The portion completed is one 
hundred and sixty feet in length by seventy-five in 
width, built of brick, and four stories high. The 
ceilings are lofty, the rooms well lighted and ven- 
tilated, with warm, cold, and shower baths on each 
floor, and lighted with gas throughout. In addition 
to twelve spacious and commodious wards, fur- 
nished with all that is to be found in the best regu- 
lated sanitary institutions, there are a number of 
private rooms neatly fitted up and completely ar- 
ranged for the accommodation of patients. The 
officers of the hospital are : Sister Mary Russell, 
Superior; Drs. H. H. Toland, J. P. Whitney, Visit- 
ing Physicians ; Maximilian Cacliot, Resident Physi- 
cian; Edward O'Doherty, Druggist. 

MAISON DE SANTE. 

This hospital, founded by the French Mutual Be- 
nevolent Society, was opened March 15th, 1858. It 
is a brick buildi'ng, situated in the center of a hund- 
red-vara lot, and is surrounded with trees and shrub- 
bery, forming a pleasant promenade and exercising 
grounds for patients. The building contains two 
general wards, fitted up with twelve beds eacli, 
eiglit with four beds each, and a large number of 
private rooms, several of which are appropriated to 
ladies. The whole is neatly furnished, and heated 
throughout with hot water — the hospital being also 
supplied with warm, cold, shower, and steam baths. 
The officers are two Physicians, a Superintendent, 
and an Apothecary. 

THE GERMAN HOSPITAL. 

This is a brick building with a front of one hund- 
red and twelve feet, with a depth of fifty feet, 
attached to which is a rear wing of one hundred 
and twenty-two by twenty-three feet, two stories 
with a basement, with surrounding grounds laid out 
and arranged, and ornamented wfth shrubbery and 
flowers, under careful cultivation, one hundred and 
thirty-seven by two hundred and eighty-five feet in 
extent. The two stories are divided into general 
wards and private rooms for the physicians and at- 
tendants in charge. The building is amply supplied 
with -warm, cold, shower, and steam baths, and ev- 
ery appliance for the proper care and treatment of 
the sick. 

Cemeteries. 
There is, perhaps, no feature connected with a 
prominent city that occupies a greater degree of in- 
terest in the estimation of strangers and visitors 
than its cemeteries. One of the most attractive 
spots to the visitor to the great American metropolis 
is the " City of the Dead ' ' at Greenwood. The 
peaceful shades of Moimt Auburn have a melan- 
choly charm to those who make a pilgrimage to the 
great capital of the Bay State, and no one enters 
the City of Brotherly Love without seeing the 
classic monuments, tastefully laid out, beautifully 
adorned, and admirably-kept grounds at Laurel Hill. 
Other cities of lesser extent and fewer years exhibit 
equal taste and regard for the depositories of their 
dead. Spring Grove at Cincinnati, Mount Hope at 
Rochester, the Albany Cemetery, and numerous 



others, are examples of taste in the selection of the 
location and beauty of adorning and arrangement. 
In all modem places seelected for the repose of the 
departed, good taste has retained the primitive for- 
est trees — the monarchs of the grove themselves 
being fitting monuments "not made with hands." 
In point of beauty of locality our own Lone Moun- 
tain and Calvary cemeteries, situated as they are in 
full view of that grandest of all monuments, the 
mighty Ocean, are nowhere surpassed. There is a 
fitness and sublimity in their contiguity to the waves 
of the Pacific and the entrance to the Golden Gate, 
that never fails to impress every beholder. In the 
way of monuments erected to the memory of the 
departed by the hand of affection and regard, many 
may be found in the city cemeteries which are alike 
models of artistic elegance and pure and refined 
taste. 

MISSION BURIAL GROUND. 

The oldest of the city cemeteries is the burial 
ground of Mission Dolores, which was consecrated 
by the pious Fathers of the Church as early as the 
year 1776, the first interment in the consecrated 
ground being made in September of that year. As 
the chosen resting place of the early inhabitants of 
the pueblo, this sacred spot will ever be surrounded 
with an atmosphere of deep historic interest, rever- 
ence, and veneration. The inscriptions to be found 
on the monuments in this burial place exhibit tie 
varied character and nationalities composing the 
population of this region, some beinj{ composed in 
the Latin, with which its learned founders were 
familiar, and others in English, French, Italian, and 
a still larger number in the Spanish language, the 
contemplation of which attbrds the {)ilgrim to these 
shores much food for profitable refiection and thought. 
Several other spots within what have for some yeare 
been the city limits, were selected by parties visit- 
ing this portion of the Pacific years ago, who little 
dreaming of the rapid rise and extent of the homes 
and haunts of the living, selected these grounds for 
the resting place of their dead. The principal of 
these grave-yards were located on Russian and Tel- 
egraph hills," and a lot on the northeast corner of 
Powell and Lombard streets. As the march of im- 
provement infringed upon these localities, their occu- 
pants wei-e removed to other places of repose where 
they will not probably again ue disturbed until the 
earth and sea shall give up their dead. 

TKRBA BUENA CEMETERY. 

In order to accommodate the wants of the fast in- 
creasing and growing community, so rapidly aug- 
menting at this locality, in February, 1850, the 
Board of Aldermen of this city set apart the tract 
bounded by Market, Larkin, and McAllister streets, 
embracingan area of sixteen acres, as a city bury- 
ing ground, under the appropriate name of Yerba 
Buena, the original appellation of the pueblo. The 
prevalence of the cholera, which swept away such 
numbers of its victims the season following, rapidly 
filled the space alotted for interments, and the sud- 
den growth of the city in that direction soon indi- 
cated the necessity of more remote and extended 
grounds for burial purposes. Up to the time of the 
opening of Lone Mounlain Cemetery, seven thou- 
sand interments had been made in Yerba Buena. 
Acting under authority from the Legislature, and in 
many instances under the direction of the friends of 
the deceased families, the remains of the dead have 
been gradually removed, and the grounds will here- 
after be dedicated to the uses of a public promenade 
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LONE MOUNTAIN CEMETERY. 

Fully alive to the wants and neccsHitieR of the 
case, a number of public Hpirited citizenu succeeded 
in securing u li-uct ot one hundred and ecventy-fuur 
acres in extent — about three miles from the city — 
■which WHB admirably adapted to the purposes of a 
rural cemetery. Situated on an elevated plateau at 
the base of the eminence known as Lone Mountain, 
from which it derives its name, in full view of the 
Pacific Ocean, and the opposite Hay, the shores of 
which their discoverer, Sir Francis Drake, whose 
uanie this sheet of water bears — from their fancied 
resemblance to the white clitfsof Dover, christened 
New Albion — those solitary centinels of the sea, the 
Fai-allones, dimly outlined in the distance, typical of 
'"the Land beyond the river" — the Golden Gate, 
suggestive of the entrance to the Holy City, with 
the beautiful IJay of San Francisco, with its cluster 
of islands — together with an extended view away 
to the inland, no nwre beautiful or or appropriate site 
could have anywhere been found. Since that time 
the gTOUiids have been laid off" into burial lots — 
with spacious carriage ways winding among its min- 
iature hills and valleys — with walks threading the 
mazes of the natural shrubbery, which with char- 
acteristic taste has been preserved as far as possible 
— numerous chaste and beautiful monuments, which 
would do honor to any community, have been erect- 
ed — every upecies of ornamental shrubbery and rare 
flowers planted, and lots inclosed with handsome 
iron railings — and the evidences of taste and affec- 
tion of the living is every where apparent in this 
appropriate resting place of the dead. 

Here rest the remains of two illustrious men, 
whose names and deeds are inseparably interwoven 
with the history of our State, Senators Broderick 
and Baker, both of whom fell on the field in the 
prime of life and the ripeness of manhood. The 
time will not be long when lofty monuments will be 
reared to the memory of those illustrious patriots — 
that of Senator Broderick, which is to be surmounted 
with a life-size statue in marble, having been com- 
menced some time since. The whole number of 
interments made in Lone Mountain from its dedica- 
tion to the present time is about 10,000, daily aver- 
agefive. The maiuigementand improvement of these 
grounds reflect great credit upon the proprietors of 
the cemetery, Messrs. Nathaniel Gray, J. H. Atkin- 
son, and Charles C. Butler. 

CALVART CEMETERY. 

Some four years or more ago. Bishop Alemany 
purchased an extensive tract of land, comprising 
eighty acres, adjoining Lone Mountain and possess- 
ing like advantages with that cemetery, which was 
consecrated to the uses of the Catholic Church un- 
der the appropriate title of Calvary Cemetery. Since 
that time numerous improvements have been made 
in the way of laying out and adorning the grounds, 
grading avenues for vehicles and walks through the 
intermediate spaces, under the direction of the 
Bishop, who has charge of the cemetery. Improve- 
ments are constantly in progress, enhancing its 
beauty and fitness for the sacred sanctuary ot the 
dead. A small but neat chapel has been erected at 
this cemetery for burial service. Number of burials 
up to the present time 3,825. 

MASONIC CEMETERY. 

The " Masonic Cemetery Association of the City 
and County of San Francisco," was organized on 
the twenty -sixth of January, 1864, under the Act of 
the Legisfature authorizing the incorporation of ra- 

ral cemetery associations. The officers are : , 

President; Thomas Anderson, Treasurer ; George J. 
Hobe, Secretary. The association owns sixty-eight 
acres, thirty of which are already laid out as a Ma- 
sonic Cemetery. The land lies south of and adjoin- 
ing Calvary Cemetery. It has a gentle slope to- 



wards the east; is sheltered from the prevailing 
westerly winds by Lone Mountain ; is covered in a 
great measure with shrubbery, and is susceptible of 
a high stale of cultivation. Its situation is equal, if 
not superior, to the best portion of Lone Mountflin 
Cemetery, and excels it in natural advantages for 
the imi)rovenieiit and ornamentation of family plots. 
The association has laid out and macadamized over 
two miles of road in the cemetery ; have spent some 
$:i,000 in excavating for a public vault — said exca- 
vation being into solid rock, and so situated that it is 
entirely sheltered from wind. The grand tour, as 
well as the avenues running north and south, are all 
staked, and many of them cut and macadamized. 
The names of all the avenues are placed on conve- 
nient-sized boards, and the individual lots are all 
staked and numbered. The prices upon the differ- 
ent lots are twenty-five, twenty, and fifteen cents 
per square foot, according to location, which is 
about one-hnlf of the prices charged by the Lone 
Mountain and Calvary cemeteries. The three most 
eligible plots are Mount Moriah, Fountain Plot, and 
Forest Hill, and the lots therein contained are the 
highest priced. The lots facing on what is termed 
the Grand Tour command the second price, and all 
other lots the lowest, or fifteen cents. The lots are 
sold only to members of the order of Free and Ac- 
cepted Masons, or to the blood relations of Masons ; 
and a clause in the deed says: " No conveyance or 
transfer of a lot shall be made to any but a iPrne and 
Accepted Mason, or to the family of one who at the 
time of his death was a Free an5 Accepted Mason."' 
But the owner of a lot may permit whomsoever he 
pleases to be buried upon Lis ground, provided it is 
not for a remuneration. A provision has recently 
been made setting apart a portion of the grounds, 
which are exempt from this prohibition, anci persons 
of all denominations may now secure lots upon the 
same terms as members of the order. Number of 
burials up to the present time, tiHO. The entrance to 
the cemetery is from the Point Lobos or Cliff' House 
Koad,iust beyond the toll gate, over a fine macad- 
amized road recently completed by'the association. 

HEBREW CEMETERY, GIBBOTH OLOM. 

This cemetery, located on Dolores Street, between 
Nineteenth and Twentieth, was opened and dedi- 
cated in J861. The number buried in the grounds to 
the present time is two hundred and seventy-four. 
A considerable portion of tiiese were removed hither 
from the old Jewish burying ground. The ceme- 
tery is surrounded by a high brick wall, has a sub- 
stantial brick chapel, a portion of which is used for 
a receiving tomb, and covers an area of five hund- 
red by five hundred and forty feet. The grounds 
are tastefully laid out with graveled walks and 
adorned with trees, plants, flowers, and shrubbery. 
The total cost of the improvements in this cemetery, 
from the time it was opened, has been from $18,000 
to $20,000. 

HEBREW CEMETERY — NEVAl SHALOME. 

This cemetery is located on Dolores Street, be- 
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth, adjoining the 
Gibboth Olom. The number of interments up to the 
present time is two hundred and fifty-five, about 
sixty of which were bodies transferred from the old 
Jewish Cemetery on the Presidio Road. The 
grounds, which cover an area of five hundred by 
five hundred and forty feet, are surrounded by a 
substantial bhck wall, and are laid out in the most 
artistic style. A stone chapel has been erected at a 
cost of $6,000. 

ODD fellows' cemetery. 

The Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association have re- 
cently purchased twenty -seven acres of land in the 
immediate vicinity of Lone Mountain Cemetery for 
cemetery purposes, which was dedicated with ap- 
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Associations— Protective, liiterary, Etc. 

For a description of the different associations the 
reader is referred to the Appendix, page 616, in 
which will be found the officers and opertitions of 
each during the past year. The progress made by 
many of these associations reflects credit upon the 
members thereof, and is worthy of the liberality so 
generously exhibited in their support. 

THE MASONIC AND ODD FELLOWS' ORDERS. 

Among the most prominent of our public institu- 
tions are these benevolent orders. There is, proba- 
bly, no city in the Union where these associations 
are in a more flourishing condition than in San Fran- 
cisco. Each of these orders own a handsome prop- 
erty — fine building with handsome halls for the use 
of the association. In the elegant building owned 
by the Masonic Order, built by a joint stock associa- 
tion of the members, there are four large halls for 
the use of the lodges, and a large banqueting hall, 
with ante-rooms, committee rooms, and offices. This 
structure is one of the handsomest public buildings 
of our city. 

The Odd Fellows' Order is also in a most flourish- 
ing condition, having recently purchased and fitted 
up for the use of the order the property on Mont- 
gomery Street, between California and Pine, known 
as Tucker's Hall. The library of this institution is 
one of the best in the city, abounding in rare works, 
relating especially to the history of our State. 

For list of the different associations, and the offi- 
cers of each, see Appendix, page 611. 

Military. 

An unu 'al degree of activity has been exhibited 
during the past year in the organization and equip- 
ment of our volunteer soldiery. The number of 
companies now enrolled is fifty, exclusive of the 
Police organization, with an aggregate effective 
strength of 3,500 men. Eleven companies have 
been organized during the past year. 

Ample provision has been made by the Legisla- 
ture of the State to relieve, to some extent, the 
heavy expense attending these organizations, there- 
by removing an objection heretofore existing with 
many to a more general connection with this most 
impoitant branch of our public service. 

Fire Department. 

The Department at present consists of eight hand- 
red and twenty-six members, divided into fourteen 
engine companies, three hook and ladder companies, 
and three hose companies. For their accommoda- 
tion there are twenty houses ; and for service six- 
teen fire engines, three hook and ladder trucks, and 
seventeen hose carriages. Four new and powerful 
steam fire engines have been recently added to the 
Department. There are in the city fifty cisterns, 
capable of holding 1,470,000 gallons of water — many 
of them substantially built of brick and cement. 

We refer oar readers to the Appendix, page 587, 



for a complete description of the organization of this 
important branch of the public service, in which 
will be found a mass of information concerning the 
different companies, useful to its members and inter- 
esting to every citizen. 

Bailroads. 

Extensive improvements have been made in the 
various railroads laid down in and leading out of 
San Francisco since the publication of the Directory 
of last year. In fact, no department of our public 
improvements more fully indicate the untiring indus- 
try and enterprise of our people, or the sagacious 
employment of capital by those desirous of making 
profitable and steadily remunerating investments. 
The benefits to the public by the introduction of 
street cars, affording a convenient, comfortable, and 
cheap mode of travel through the various thorough- 
fares to extreme points of the city, are incalculable. 
These people's carriages are certainly a great public 
convenience, and their introduction has doubled and 
trebled the value of property in the more distant 
portions, as well as outside of the city. Incredible 
as it may seem, the carriage distance traveled by 
some of the street cars, with but three relays of 
horses, is near a hundred miles a day. 

The following is a list of the railroads leading out 
of and in the vicinity of the city, in operation at 
present, or in prospective, with a list of the officers, 
and the action of the same during the past year. 

SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JOSE RAILROAD. 

This company was incorporated July '21»t, 1860, 
with a capital stock of $2,000,000. The road was 
completed in Januar}', 1863, and is pronounced by 
competent railroad men to be one of the staunchest 
built roads in the United States. The onlv funded 
indebtedness of the company is represented by nine 
hundred and sixty-eight mortgage bonds of $1,000 
each, bearing eight per cent, per annum interest, and 
issued July 1st, 1864, in part payment of the contract 
for constructing the road. These bonds run twenty 
years, and both principal and interest are payable in 
United States gold coin. On the seventeenth day of 
October, 1863, the first train passed over the portion 
of the road finished from the Mission Dolores to Big 
Tree Station on the San Frauciscjuito Creek. On 
the sixteenth day of January, 18bl, the road was 
completed to San Jose, and trains commenced run- 
ning to that place ; and later, on the fourteenth day 
of February following, the San Francisco end of 
the road was extended to the corner of Fourth and 
Brannan streets, and trains commenced running from 
that point to San Jos6 direct. The company now 
runs two passenger trains over the road each way 
daily. One freight train is run each way daily, to 
which a passenger car is attached. Stages connect 
at the principal stations and at San Jose with the 
morning and evening trains to and from important 
points. The Board of Directors is composed of the 
following gentlemen : Henry M. Newhall, Peter 
Donahue, tJhas. B. Polhennis, D. O. Mills, John T. 
Doyle, S. J. Hensley, and F. D. Atherton. The 
officers are Henry M. Newhall, President ; John T. 
Doyle. Vice President ; D. O. Mills, Treasurer; J. 
L. Willcutt, Secretary ; and C. B. Polhemus, Gen- 
eral Superintendent. 

THK WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

This company was incorporated December 11th, 



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lHG-2, with a capital stock of $5,400,000, for the {)nr- 
pose of constnicting a railroad from San Jo86 to Sac- 
ramento by the way of Stockton. The route is one 
hundred aiid twenty miles in lenxtii, and conneclinff 
with the San Francisco and San Jostj Railroad forms 
the second link in tiie )<reat Pacific Railroad chain. 
Of the canital stock of this road, $400,000 has been 
snbscribea by San Francisco County ; $250,000 by 
San Joaquin, and $150,000 by Sknta Clara County. 
The remainder is furnished by heavy capitalists of 
San Francisco. 

The building of the road is now being pushed for- 
ward with commendable energy, and it is confi- 
dently expected to be entirely completed to Sacra- 
mento by the summer of 1867. The grading of the 
road from San Jo86 to Vallejo Mills, a distance of 
twenty-three miles, is nearly finished, and cars will 
be running to that point in May next. 

Tiie officers of the company are : Charles N. Fox, 
Presifient; Erastus S. Holden, Vice President; 
Charles W. Sanger, Secretary ; B. F. Mann, Treas- 
urer ; and W. L. Stanroom, Chief Engineer. 

' SAN FRANCISCO MARKET STREET RAILROAD. 

This being the first of the street railroad enter- 
prises, which have inaugurated, and are daily bring- 
ing about such important results in our city, is fairly 
entitled to the honor, of being styled the pioneer in 
this department. 

Officers— A. Casselli, President; F. McCoppin, 
Levi Parsons, R. Biiyerque, Henry Pichior, Direc- 
tors ; Henry Pichior, Secretary ; J. B. Bayerque, 
Trustee; V. McCoppin, Superintendent. Secretary's 
office, south-east corner of Montgomery and Jack- 
son streets ; Superintendent's office, west side Va- 
lencia near Sixteenth. 

OMNIBUS RAILROAD COMPANY. 

This is the most extensive in its operations of any 
of our street railroads. Its capital stock is $1,000,00(5, 
divided into 10,000 shares of one hundred dollars 
each. There are two lines of this road ; one run- 
ning from Powell and Francisco along Powell to 
Union, Union to Stockton, Stockton to Jackson and 
Washington, down these streets to Sansom, through 
these streets to Market, along Market to Second, 
along Second to Howard, along Howard to Third, 
and along Third to King Street. The other route is 
from the intersection of Washington and Montgom- 
ery streets, through the latter to Second, through 
the latter to Howard, Centre, and the Mission Do- 
lores, with a branch from Market through Third to 
Howard. 'The cars run northwardly along Mont- 
gomery Street to 2^ o'clock, p..m., and southwardly 
after that time each day. 'The road is entirely com- 
pleted, and the rails laid down, if reduced to a single 
track, would amount to ten miles and one-third. It 
has twenty -four cars constantly running and eight 
in reserve for extra service. iJinety men and one 
hundred and ninety horses are kept constantly em- 
ployed. 'The depot on Howard Street, under Union 
Hall, is one of the largest structures of the city. 
The extensive stables, built of brick, two stories 
high, by the company, front on Minna, running back 
to Clementina Street, one hundred and fifty seven 
by one hundred and sixty feet. The officers of this 
company are: Peter Donahue, President; Eugene 
Casserly, Vice President ; W. H. Lyons, Treasurer ; 
James "O'Neil, Secretary; and John Gardner, Su- 
perintendent. 

FRONT STREET, MISSION, AND OCEAN RAILROAD. 

The Legislature of 1862-3 granted to William F. 
Nelson and otiiers the franchise to lay down a rail- 
road along and ^ upon the following streets: Begin- 
ning at or near the intersection of Greenwich with 
•Front Street, and thence along Front Street to Mar- 
ket Street, thence along Market to Sutter Street, 
thence along Sutter to Larkin Street, thence along 



I^arkin to Pacific Street to the charter limits, with 
the right of continuation along the said line of Pa- 
cific Street to the Ocean Beach, whenever said 
street is declared open by the proper autiiorities of 
the City and County of San Francisco, with an in- 
tersecting railroad connecting at the junction of Sut- 
ter and Larkin Street, thence running southwardly 
along Larkin to Market Street, and along and across 
Market to Johnson Street, thence along Johnson 
to Mission Street, thence along Mission to Sparks 
Street, thence along and upon Sparks to Dolores 
Street, thence along Dolores to Corliet Street, thence 
along Corbett to Mission Street, thence along Mission 
to Sparks Street ; togetiier with the right to lay and 
maintain an iron railroad from tiie iuteisection of 
Corbett with Mission Street, along and upon Mission 
Street to the charter limits oif said city and county — 
making the entire length of the road about one and 
two-thirds miles. 

Under this charter the company having made a 
contract with H. Casebolt, commenced laying down 
a double track on the twenty-tifth day of September, 
1865, from the corner of Sansom and Sutter streets ; 
and its completion through Sutter, Polk to Broad- 
way is expected by February Ist, 1866. Mr. Case- 
boll is constructing, under his contract, six fi rat-class 
twenty-passenger cars. The entire cost of the road, 
with cars, buildings, and stock will not be less than 
ninety thousand dollars. 

Officers — Henry Haight, President ; David Wil- 
der, Secretary ; S. S. Tilton, Treasurer. 

NORTH BEACH AND MISSION RAILROAD. 

This company was organized froni a consolidation 
of two railroad charters granted by the Legislature 
of California, and approved April 17th, 1861. There 
are two distinct routes of this company completed 
and running ; one from the corner of Powell and 
Union through Kearny, etc., to the comer of Fourth 
and Brannari ; another from the corner of California 
and Montgomery, through Battery, First, and Fol- 
som, to the Willows Race Course, with a branch 
through Folsom Street to the Willows, making in 
all five and a half miles of double track, and three- 
quarters of a mile of single track. The fare on 
either of thsse routes is five cents. Twenty-five 
cars are required to accommodate the regular travel 
on these routes, and the company have eleven more 
cars ready for extra occasions, with car-houses, sta- 
bles, blacksmith shop, work shop, and everything 
complete for the accommodation of all the rolling 
stock, horses, etc., required for the prosecution of 
the business. Their depot is at the corner of Fourth 
and Louisa streets. This company was incorporated 
August 23d, 1862. The capital stock is one million 
dollars, divided into ten thousand shares of one 
hundred dollars each. Their annual election for 
directors takes place on the fourth Monday of Au- 
gust of each year. 

The following Board of Directors was chosen at 
the last election: A. J. Bowie, James T. Boyd, 
Michael Reese, A. L. Morrison, Henry A. Lyons, 
Michael Skelly, John S. Hager, and Alpheus Bull, 
who elected the following officers for the ensuing 
year: Dr. A. J. Bowie, President; James T. Boyd, 
Vice President ; Michael Reese, Treasurer ; Willet 
Southwick, Secretary; Michael Skelly, Superin- 
tendent. 

CENTRAL RAILROAD. 

The railroad was chartered by Act of the Legis- 
lature of 1862. Incorporated in 1862. Capital stock 
five hundred thousand dollars, in five thousand 
shares. The route traversed is: from the corner, 
of Davis and Vallejo streets through Davis to Wash- 
ington, along Washington to Sansom, along Sansom 
to Bush, and through Bush to Dupont, along Du- 
pont to Post, through Post to Stockton, along Stock- 
ton to Geary, through Geary to Tay ' , along Taylor 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 

For the Year commencing December, 1865 : 



EMBRACING A 



GENERAL DIRECTORY OF RESIDENTS 

AND 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY; 

ALSO , 

A DIRECTORY OF STREETS, PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC 
AND A MAP OF THE CITY : 



TOGETHER WITH 



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Organizations, and a great variety of Useful and Statistical Information, 



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The present is the eighth volume of the San Fkancisco Dibkctort, issued by its present 
compiler, and the fifteenth Directory published in this city. 

The first Directory of this city was published in September, 1850, by C. P. Kimball. It 
was a small pamphlet volume of one hundred and thirty-six pages, containing three thousand, 
two hundred and eight names, of which fifty-one were Smiths, twelve were Jones, and thirteen 
were Robinsons. The second was issued in September, 1852, by W. A. Morgan & Co., in an 
octavo form of one hundred and twenty-five pages, containing about three thousand names, and 
a classification of trades and professions. In December of the same year, J. A. Parker pub- 
lished the third Directory. It was an octavo volume of one hundred and eighty pages, em- 
bracing eight thousand, five hundred names, together with an admirably compiled sketch of the 
rise and progress of San Francisco, written by Dr. H. Gibbons. The fourth was published 
by Lecount & Strong, in February, 1854, under the editorial charge of Frank Rivers. It was 
a volume of three hundred and fifty pages, of octavo size, containing nearly thirteen thousand 
names, together with extensive references to the municipal government, associations, and other 
items of valuable information. In December, 1855, Baggett, Joseph & Co. published a Classi- 
fied Professional and Business Directory, of two hundred and twenty-two pages, octavo, con- 
taining the addresses of nearly six thousand business firms. The sixth Directory was issued in 
October, 1856, under the editorial charge of C. C. Sackett and Samuel Colville. It was a 
volume of three hundred and fifty pages, in octavo, containing over twelve thousand names, and 
a large amount of information connected with the rise and progress of the city, and very complete 
references to the different organizations then in existence. It also embraced a valuable historical 
sketch of the city, written by Frank Soule, Esq., and a number of short biographical sketches 
of the leading firms. In October of the same year, Messrs. Harris, Bogardus & Labatt pub- 
lished a Directory of one hundred and twenty-five pages, octavo, containing about ten thousand 
names, with a variety of information connected with the city. The eighth, the first of the 
present series, was issued in January, 1858, by the publisher of the present volume. It was an 
octavo volume of four hundred and ten pages, containing eighteen thousand, five hundred names. 
The ninth was published in June, 1859, containing four hundred and ninety pages, and twenty- 
one thousand, five hundred names. A very valuable historical sketch of the city, written by 
Clement Ferguson, Esq., accompanied this volume. The tenth was published in July, 1860, 
containing five hundred and filty pages, and twenty-six thousand names. The eleventh was 
published in September, 1861, containing six hundred and twenty-four pages, and twenty-nine 
thousand names. The twelfth was published in September, 1862, containing six hundred and 
ninety-four pages, and thirty-four thousand names. The thirteenth was published in October, 
1863, containing six hundred and sixty pages, and thirty-eight thousand names. The number 
of pages of this issue was somewhat reduced from that of the preceding volume, in consequence 
of the use of a smaller-sized type in the printing of the work. The fourteenth was issued in 
November, 1864, containing seven hundred and forty pages, and forty-two thousand references. 

The foregoing presents an interesting account of the diflferent directories of San Francisco, 
published since the foundation of the city — exhibiting at a glance the rapid growth of the city, 
and the progress of an enterprise, which is now regarded as one of the " features " of our 
metropolis. 

The number of references contained in the present volume is nearly forty-five thousand, of 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



which forty thousand are male residents of this city — an increase of eight per cent, over that of 
last year. In the different departments of the work the same gratifying evidences of the rapid 
growth of the city will be noticed. The Business Directory contains over thirteen thousand 
business firms, so arranged as to be of easy reference, to which aspecial attention is invited. 
This department has been prepared with unusual care, and it will be found to embrace a mass 
of information relative to the business of this city, not to be found in any other work. 

The present population of San Francisco is estimated at one hundred and nineteen thousand 
of which thirty-five thousand are whites under the age of twenty-one. The number of females 
over eighteen, is estimated at twenty-five thousand. These figures are made up from the most 
reliable data ; and they may be regarded as a fair approximation of the population. 

The number of buildings erected during the past year is estimated at one thousand and 
seventy-five, of which three hundred and twenty are of brick — making an aggregate in the city 
and county of fifteen thousand five hundred and eighteen. 

The thoroughness of the San Francisco Directory may be appreciated to some extent by 
a comparison with the directories of other cities. The New York Directory gives one name to 
each seven of the population ; Philadelphia, one to six ; Baltimore, one to five ; Boston (1864), 
one to four; and Ihe San Francisco Directory, if the floating population are excluded, one to 
two and one-half — or nearly three times as many names, in proportion to the population, as are 
contained in the New York Directory. 

Some idea of the cosmopolitan character of the City of San Francisco may be ascertained by 
comparing the different family names comprised in the present volume with those contaiped in 
the New York and Boston directories. The New York Directory, 1864, contains thirty 
thousand eight hundred and fifty-five family names ; or, estimating the population at one million, 
one name in thirty-three. Boston, eight thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight ; or, estimating 
the population at two hundred thousand, one in twenty-two. San Francisco Directory, fourteen 
thousand four hundred and ninety-four ; estimating the permanent population at one hundred 
thousand, one in seven. The San Francisco Directory, therefore contains, in proportion to the 
population of the city, over four times as many different family names as the New York, and three 
times as many as the Boston Directory. 

In the Appendix to the present volume will be found the Consolidation Act with its 
amendments so arranged that the changes in the law are perceptible at a glance, and a mass of 
information extremely varied, and much of it very interesting, embracing lists of the Federal, 
State, and Municipal Officers, notices of Local Societies and Associations, Churches, Military 
Organizations, etc., ttc. 

The " Street Directory " has been carefully revised and conforms to the official data of the 
office of the Assessor of the City and County. 

The " General Review " presents a diary of the interesting local events of the year, brief 
notices of Schools, public and private, Benevolent Associations, Cemeteries, Public Improve- 
ments, Railroads, and other subjects worthy of special mention, with historical data of present 
interest and well calculated to make the book a valuable work of reference to future generations. 
But the particular features of this department of the Directory are the Tables, presenting a 
correct census of the city and county for 1861, 1863, and 1865, the compilation of the United 
States census of the city for 1860, and the statement of the buildings within the city limits. 

Prefixed to the Directory is a valuable map of the City of San Francisco carefully revised 
and corrected to 1865, with the different railroad routes and the new Election Districts. 

The compiler would again acknowledge his thanks for the courtesy extended to him during 
the preparation of the work. The prompt and willing assistance extended by public officers, 
societies, and others who have been applied to for information, is warmiy appreciated. To his 
numerous advertising patrons, for their substantial evidences of good will, and to Messrs. Towne & 
Bacon, to whom the typographical department was intrusted, he would especially offer his thanks. 

The San Francisco Directory for 1867 will be issued on the first of January, 1867. 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY 


OW CONTENTS. 


Page. 
.... 43 
.... 43 
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Page. 
9 


Occidental 

Union 

California Lloyds 




9 


Annual Expenditures 

Bonded Debt 

Annual Revenue 

ropulation San Francisco 1861 

Population San Francisco 1860 and 1865 

Citv ImprovomenLs 

BuildiPKs San Francisco 1860-65 

ChronoloKiciil History 

GENERAL HKVIEW 

Education and Public Schools 

Private Scliools 

Catliolic Schools 

St. Ignatius' College 

St. M ary '» Col le^'e 

St. Mary's School 

Convent Sisters of Presentation 

School of St. Francis 

St. Vincent's School 

Fnion ColloRe 

University School 

California Collegiate Institute 

Grace Female Institute 

Citv College 

St. Mark's School 

Cit.v Female Seminary 

St. Thomas' Seminary 

Santa ('lara College 

Female Oollcciaf e Institute 

St. Catherine's Acndem v 

SOCIKTlKS-KlCLIGIOrs, BENEVOLENT, 

Sabbath School Union 

Young Men's Christian Association .... 

Ladies' Protection and Relief Society . . 

Orphan Asylum, I'rotestant 

Orphan Asvlum, Catholic 

Deal' and Dumb and BUnd Institute... 

San Francisco Benevolent Association.. 

Seamen's Friend Society 

Eureka Benevolent Society 

Industrial School 

Prisoners' Aid Society 

British Benevolent Association 


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12 

12 

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19 

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26 

28 

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-29 

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Etc.... 31 

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35 

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35 

35 


LIBRARI ES 


43 


WATER COMPANIES 


.... 44 


Spring Valley 

GAS COMPANIPiS 

Citizens' 

INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES 


.... 44 
.... 44 
.... 44 
.... 45 
45 


Metallurgical Establishments 

San Francisco and Pacific Sugar Refinery... 

Bay Sugar Rcflnerj- 

HOME MANUFACTURES 

Woolen Factories 

Cordage 

Pacific Glass Works 

Dow's Distillery 

Wire Rope 

Wire Goods 

Soap 

FLUCTUATIONS OF TRADE... 

CHANGES AND REMOVALS. .* 

REGISTER OF NAMES 

PUBLIC STREETS, SQUARES. PLAZAS. Etc . 

Public Buildings 

Halls, Blocks, Rows, Wharft 

Places of Amusement 


.... 46 
.... 46 
.... 4K 
.... 46 
.... 46 
.... 46 
.... 47 
.... 47 
.... 47 
.... 47 
.... 47 
.... 47 
.... 48 
.... 55 
.... 468 
.... 474 
.... 475 
.... 476 
.. 476 


KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES 

Federal 

State 


.... 476 
.... 476 
471s 


Citv and County 


.. 477 


NUMERICAL STREET DIRECTORY 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, TRADES, Etc 

CONSOLIDATION ACT 

MUNICI PAL GOVERNMENT 


.... 47S 
.... 48> 
.... 531 
.... 681 


Board of Supervisors 

City and County Oflicers 

District Oflicers 

State Congressional Districts 

Election Districts 


.... 583 
.... 583 
.... 585 
.... 6K6 
686 




686 


Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph 

Public Schools ■ 


.... 886 
537 


St. Jlarv'a Ladies' Society 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society 


36 

36 

36 


Board of Education 


687 


FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Ottlcers, Organization, and Fire Districts 

FEDERAL AND ST.VTE OFFICERS 

Custom House 


.... 5S7 
.... 687 
.... 891 
893 




.Ifi 


] >aslla^vay Association 36 

French Benevolent Society 36 

Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent Society 36 


United States Treasury 

Branch Mint 


.... 593 
693 


U. 8. Surveyor General 

Post Office 


.... 594 
.... 594 


HOSPITALS 

United States Marine 


36 

36 


COURTS 


895 


City and County 

St. Mary's 


3H 

37 


CHURCHES 


.... 595 


Baptist 


595 


French " 

German 

CEMETKRIES 

Mission 

Verba Buena 

Lone Mountain 


37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

38 

38 


Congregatlonalist 


.... 596 
597 


Methodist Episcopal 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic 


.... 598 

.... 599 

. 600 


Swedenborgian 

Unitarian 

Chinese Misiiion House 

Mariners' Church 

Church of Christ 

Lutheran 

Friends of Progress 


.... 602 
.... 602 
.... 603 
.... 603 
.... 603 
.... 603 
.... 603 
6(14 




38 


Hebrew GIbboth Olom 


38 


Hebrew Nevai Shalome 


38 


Odd Fellows 


.. 38 


ASSOCI.\riONS— LITERARY, Etc 


39 


MASONS AND ODD FELLOWS 

MILITARY 


39 

39 




604 


FIRE DEPARTMENT 

RAILROADS 


39 

39 


ASSOCIATIONS AND SOCIETIES 

Religious 

Benevolent 

Masonic Fraternity 

1. 0. of Odd Fellows 


.... 604 
.... 604 
.... 606 
.... 611 
.... 614 
616 


San Francisco and San Jos6 

AVestern Pacific 

Slavket Street 


39 

39 

40 


Omnibus 


40 


Front Street 


. 40 


Literary 

Historical 

Social 

MILITARY 

NEWSPAPERS 


.... 619 
.... 619 
.... 621 
.... 622 
. 626 


North Beach and Mission 

Central 


40 

40 


Citv 


41 


San Francisco and Atlantic 


41 


HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATIONS 


41 


PERIODICALS 

INSURANCE COMPANIES 

TELEGRAPH LINES 


.... 6-27 

.... 627 

628 


SAVINGS BA NKS 


41 


Savings and Loan Society 


41 


Hibernia 


41 


RAl LRO.VDS 


629 


San Francisco Savings Union 


42 


OCE.\N STEAMERS 


629 


BANKING HOUSES 


. . . .42 


STEAMBOATS 

INCORPORATED COMPANIES . . 


.... 6'29 
630 


INSURANCE COMPANIES 


42 


Home M utual 


42 


CONS! LS 


496 




42 


BOARDS OF BROKERS 




Jlerchants' :m utual Marine 


42 


STAGES 

EXPlt ESSES 

H()SriT,\LS 


.... 632 
.... 632 




43 


California Home 


43 


Pacific 


43 


CEMETERIES 






43 


ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 


.... 633 









NAMES OF ADVERTISERS. 



Adolsdorfer Bros Ixzxiil 

Ames I'low Co cvl 

A rmcs <t Dallam 644 

Armstrong. i^heldon &, Co.btU 

Austin <t Co XX vl 

Hin'on .John H xoix 

BmlKcr it I-lndcnherger.xllll 

Baedcr & Adnmson cil 

Blink of CalHornla U 

Bank of British Colum- 
bia XXV 

Barrett <fe Sherwood 11 

BnrtlinK<t Kimball 530 

Bates tieorce xiv 

Bay Sugar Refinery 645 

Bav View I'ark Ixxx 

BellG.H *ix 

and back cover 

BcllO. W xUx 

Bell.IohnC xlv 

Bell William H Ixx 

Benchley L. B. <fc Co Ixv 

Bernard C xl 

Blddle John ex 

Blgelow & Brcxcvil and 55 

Blake<S: Co Ixxxl 

Booker W. L.(ln8urance).634 
Booker W. L. (Boy al Pack- 
et Co.) xxlv 

Booth H.J. & Co Ivlil 

Bosqui E. & Co xciil 

Bours & Co cli 

BoyceT 64S 

Bradley & Bulofson 659 

Braverman & Levy front 

cover 

BridgeM 663 

British and Califomian 

Banking Co Ixsxv 

Brodle, Hubbard & Mc- 

Adams 672 

Brooks C. W. & Co vii 

BrowcUJ xlvill 

Brown & Wells 654 

BrunsC 6B1 

Cal. Building and Loan 

Society Ixxili 

Cal. Home Ins. Co xx 

Cai. Insurance Co xxii 

Cal. Lloyds Ixxx vii 

Cal. Steam X. Co. . v and vi 

Cameron & Kuenzi 675 

Cannavan M front cover 

Castle Bros Ixxxix 

Cazneau T. N xlvill 

and Ixxxili 

Chapelle A. M 6H2 

Chapman C. SI. Mrs 667 

Chase, Sharpe <t Thom- 
son evil 

Church <fe Clark xli 

Church W. S. & Co Ixx 

Citizen's Gas Co Ixxv 

City CoUepe xc 

Coney <t Kisdon 664 

Coleman W. T. & Co xi 

Conroy & O'Connor xl 

Cooke Wm. B. & Co.. .front 
cover 

Coon H. P xcv 

Cornwall P. B 664 

Cox & Kichols Ixv 

Craine Wm Ixi 

Crane ifc Brigham Ixiii 

Crawford A.^ 655 

Cuiverwell .S. S xlvi 

Cunningham <fe Ready, .xciv 

Dana G. S xxxvii 

Day T front cover 

Dellcplane <fe Co Ixxxili 

Donald W. C. & Co cvl 

Dows J. <t Co 678 

Dreschfeld H xiii 

Dudgeon R 645 

Dudley <fe Gerhardy Iv 

Dunne P. F 657 

Dver & Luder Ixxxili 

Dyer, RokoM & Butler.lxxii 

EarleT. K. <fc Co ci 

Eaton J. A. & Co. back cover 



Edwards F. G. & Co... front 
cover 

EmervC.G 662 

Falkner, Bell & Co . . . . xxxvl 
and 637 
Female Collegiate Insti- 
tute xiv 

Finley Thomas E Ixxxii 

Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. . .ii 

Fitzgibbon M. E lix 

Flanagan E 665 

Flint. Peabody <fc Co xi 

Folkers J. H. A xxxlx 

Fortmann F 648 

Freeman B. H 666 

Frey William A 650 

Gallagher,Weed & Whlte.644 

Galloway <fe Boobar 673 

Garniss James R Ixxix 

GattelB Ixxl 

Geib & Ludorff. 675 

GellenR. G 663 

Gensoul A xxlx 

Gibbons R. A Co 674 

Gillespie C. V 664 

Goddard <fe Co x 

GracierF 667 

(Jraves U. T. <fc Co 670 

Gray M xlii 

Gray N 658 

Greenhood, Newbauer <fc 

Klein 662 

Orosh <fc Rutherford 660 

Grover <k Baker.. back cover 

Gruher F Ixxxl 

Haight A. J xcv 

HallidieA. S. & Co 671 

Harris James. .Ixxxi and 659 

Harrison C. H 651 

Harrison S. L Ixxii 

Hastings W xlill 

Haves' Park Pavilion xci 

Heald John 661 

Hein John G xxxv 

Helhing, Greencbaum & 

Co xxlv 

Henriques D.lxvili and xcvi 

Hentsch & Berton xxviii 

HeuckH 660 

HeverinM 659 

Heynemann <fe Co xl 

Hlbemia Savings & Loan 

Society Hi 

Hickman L. M ci 

Hickok W. O ciii 

Hinckley <fe Co 640 

Hitchcock G. B. & Co . .cxil 

Hoadley Ji Co 658 

Hobbs, Gilmore <fc Co liv 

Hoelscher & Wieland....646 
Holcombe Brothers & Co. 
Ixxxix 

Holladav Jesse Ixiv 

Homans H. S 2 and 635 

Home Mutual Ins. Co 477 

Horstmann H. <fe Co 649 

Howland, Angell <fc King. 642 
and 643 

Hucks & Lambert 652 

Hughes Henry Ixxlii 

Huj:hcsM. E 653 

HuntE. O Ixvii 

Hyde it Chester 655 

Ing Andrew D. <fc Co. .xxxv 

Irwin & Co Ixxxix 

Isaac J. <k Co xlvill 

Jacobv, Cohn <fc Son xcii 

Jellinek A 660 

Jessup W H. it Co 648 

Johnson Geo. C. <fc Co.lxxxv 
Johnson J. C. & Co. .Ixxviii 

Johnson T. B inside back 

cover 

Johnston W. B 633 

Jones, W^ooll & Suther- 
land xxxvl 

Jord.in A. H lix 

Jordan L.J 676 

Keith W.H.&Co....lxxxlv 
Kellogg, Hewston <fc Co 1 



Kennedy & Bell. front cover 

KIttredge <fe Lcuvltt cxi 

Kittredge J 6.W 

Klepzlgl. C. E 649 

Knapp <t Grant 674 

KnowlcsG. B. & I. H ..xlvl 

Koehler A 666 

Kohler &, Frohllng front 

cover 

Koopmanschap & Co 636 

Kuner A W>3 

Landers John 636 

Langland N. P 665 

Langlcy Henry G . .2 and 530 

Lanzenberg M. A Co xlv 

Lawrence & Houseworth 

back cover 

Libbey M. L 667 

Llesenfeld P liv 

Llndley Charles xciv 

Locan <fe Co xxxi 

Locke & Montague xlvii 

LockwoodH. M. 4Co...xllv 
London & S. F. Bank ....(9) 

Longshore J ti'<^ 

Loughran P. F. & Co...xxx 

Low C. A. ifeCo 634 

Lowenhelm J. & Co ex 

Lowndes A. S Ivi 

Macdonald Bros 666 

Macondrav <fc Co ix 

MagillR. il 467 and 484 

Main <fc Winchester, .xxxviii 
Mallory, Leihy <t Co.. .Ixxil 
Marsh, Pilsbuiy& Co... xcv 

MartelJ 645 

Martin E. & Co xxxvii 

Massey A 6.'>7 

May & Co Ixxxv 

Mayer Joseph 664 

Mavnard <k Xoves clx 

McDonald R. H. * Co. 

inside back cover 

McGarvey W. & Co 650 

McGillJ. &Co 665 

McGregor J Ixx 

McSally & Hawkins 6.'i0 

McQuaid J. A xciv 

McQuillan B 652 

Meadu. R. <te Co. back cover 

Meader. Lolor <fc Co ix 

Meeker, James <fc Co xl 

Mercado <fe SeuUy xxxii 

Merchants' Mut. Ins. Co.xix 

Merrill J. C. & Co Ixxi 

Meussdorfler K 654 

Miller L 656 

Mission Woolen Mills ix 

Molitor A. P xliii 

Morris B 649 

Moynihan & Aitken 641 

Mulier A back cover 

Murphy, Grant .fc Co . ..xxx 

Maple George D xlvi 

Nathan B xxvi 

National Life Ins. Co... xcvi 

Nile <te Kollmyer xlvii 

Norcross D Ixxix 

North J. G X 

Nudd, Lord & Co Ixiii 

Occidental Ins. Co ill 

Overland Mail xiii 

Pacific Glass Works. . .xxxii 

Pacific Insurance Co xxi 

Pacific Mail Steamship 

Co iv 

Pacific Mu.seum 676 

Palmer, Knox & Co 639 

Paltenghi & Larseneur...66U 

Parker E. H Ixxvi 

Parker G. F 668 

Parker T. H. <fc A. H 661 

Pease <fe Grimm Ivi 

Peirce J iii 

Perry H. E xcii 

Piper W. Mrs 659 

Plum CM xciv 

Pope <fc Talbot 673 

Portmann J. H. C 6.'i6 

Pracy G. T 644 



Prior J. K Ix 

Providence Tool Co c 

Pulverman B 661 

Ramirez F. P. & Co 6.VI 

Ransom L Ixix 

Rice Edward 662 

Roberts, Morrison & 

Co xxvii 

Roman A. & Co 55ito 631 

Rose L. 8 674 

Rosenhaum A. 8 & Co.lxviii 

Rdscnbaum F. H Ixxlv 

Russell & Erwln M. Co. Ixvl 

Salmon J. <t W. C 1x1 

San F. Cordage Factory.. xli 

•S. F. Fire Ins. Co xcvlll 

S. F. Savings I'nlon. .xxxvii 
8. F. & Pac. Sugar Co... IvU 
S. F. Stock and Exchange 

Board Ixxxvi 

Santa Clara College xvll 

Savings and Loan Soc.xxxlx 

Schafcr J. F. <fc H. H 664 

Schmolz Wm 669 

SchrelberJ.&C Ivl 

Schultzc Francis xcvi 

Selby T. H. & Co xli 

Sherman W. & Co... xxxviii 

Sherwood Robert 11 

Shreve Geo. C. & Co xliv 

Sneath B. G Iv 

Snook G.ifc W 663 

Snow <fe Co Ixviii 

Solomon B. L. & Sons.. .Ixvl 

SpauldingN. W cxl 

Speyer M. (insurance).. xxlil 

Speycr M. (liquors) xli 

Spreckles <fc Co (>47 

Spring Valley Water W. .llli 

Squarza V 675 

St. Catherine's Academy.xv 

St. Ignatius' College xvl 

St. Mary's College Ixii 

.SteenE. T 673 

Stein, Simon <fe Co xxx 

Stephenson John cviii 

Stratnian J. <fc Co .Ixxlii 

Swain R. B. & Co 637 

.Swectt & Gadsby xxxiv 

Tavlor John Ivi 

TavlorS. P xllx 

Thomson T 6.i3 

Thumauer <fe Zinn 644 

Tillinghast W. H xxili 

Tilden <fc Breed Ixxlx 

TiUman F 672 

Tobin Bros. <fe Davisson 

xxxv 

Toming A. AT 656 

Towne<fe Bacon 8 

Travelers' Ins. Co xxxiii 

Tripp A Robinson lix 

TubbsA Co xli 

T'nion College xviii 

Union Insurance Co..lxxvii 

University School xiv 

Van Brunt R. N Ixxviil 

VenardG 665 

Verdier, Kalndler, Scellier 

A Co xxxi 

Vulcan Iron Works 638 

Walmsley Wm. W cxi 

Walter D. N. A E. A Co.ciii 
Ward S. W. H. A Son 

back cover 

Washington Market 677 

Waterhouse A Lester — xiv 

Weil A Co xli 

Wells, Fargo A Co vill 

White S. S civ and cv 

WIedero Otto A Co Iii 

Wightman A Hardie....xli.K 

Winkle H 661 

Williams H. B x 

Wilson A Evans Ixxxvlii 

Winter John xlvii 

Woodworth, Schell A Co.c.x 

Wunnenberg A Co 647 

Young A Ixxiv 

Zech Jacob 649 



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CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



Accountants. 
Cunningham <fc Keady xciv 

Advertising Agents. 
Boycc Thomas 648 

Agricultural Implements. 
Ames I'low Co. (Iloston) cvl 

Amalgamating Machines. 
Salmon J. a, W. C Ixl 

Amusements. 

Pay Vlow Park Ixxx 

Hayes' I'ark acci 

Apothecaries. 

Keith WnuH. & Co Ixxxlv 

Architects. 

Bridge M 653 

Crainc William Ixl 

Jordan A. H Ux 

Artesian "WeU. Borers. 
Thomson T. 653 

Asphaltum Workers. 
Fltz-Gibbon M. E Ux 

Assayers. 

BellG. W xllx 

Hentsch & Berton xxviii 

Kellogg, Hewston & Co I 

Molitor A. P xllU 

Attorneys at Xiaw. 

Hastings W xllil 

Lindley Charles xciv 

McQuaid J. A xciv 

Auctioneers. 

Dyer, Rokohl & Butler Ixxli 

Gelb & Ludorflf 675 

Harrison S. L Ixxii 

MerrUlJ. C. & Co Ixxl 

Axle Grease. 
Bucks & Iiarabcrt 652 

Bakeries. 
Winkle H 661 

Banks and Bankers. 

Bank of British Columbia xxv 

Bank of Callfoniia 11 

Bours <fc Co. (Stockton, Cal.) oil 

British and Califumian Ixxxv 

Hentsch <fc Berton xxviii 

London and S. F. Limited 10 

WeUs, Fargo <te Co viU 

Bedding. 

Schafer J. F. & H. H 654 

Schrelber J. <fc C Ivi 

Billiard Saloons. 
Bank Exchange 668 

Billiard Table Manufacturers. 

Hughes M. E 653 

Liesenfcld P liv 

Boards of Brokers. 
S. F. Stock and Exchange Ixxxvi 

Boiler and Sheet Ironworks. 

Coffey <fc Risdon 664 

Moyiiihan ifc Aitken 641 

Book Binders. 

Bartling <fe Kimball 530 

Bosqul E. & Co xciii 

Booksellers. 

Bell George H back cover and Ixlx 

Cooke Win. B. & Co front cover 

Gensoul A xxix 

Roman A. &Co 55 to 531 

Boots and Shoes. 

Dunne P. F 6.57 

Roberts, Morrison & Co xxvii 

Holcombe Brothers it Co Ixxxlx 

Box Makers. 

Hobbs. Gllniore <fc Co liv 

Rice Edwai-d 662 

Brass and Bell Foundries. 

Gallagher, Weed <fc White 644 

Brewers. 

Fortmann F 648 

Hoelscher A WIeland 646 

Spreckeis Bros 647 

Wunneuberg <fe Co 647 

Brokers. 
Chapelle A. H 662 



Cornwall P. B 664 i 

Henriqucs I> IxvlU and xcvi 

Pease & Grimm Ivi 

Rose L.S 674 

Tllden & Breed Ixxlx 

Bung and Faucet Majcers. 

Gracier F. J 667 

Butchers. 
Miller L. &Co 656 

Carpets. 

Bell John C xlv 

Edwards F. O front cover 

Kennedy & Bell front cover 

Loughran P. F. & Co xxx 

Plum C. M xciv 

Solomon B. L. & Sons Ixvi 

Waiter D.N. and E. & Co cxil 

Wlghtman <fc Hardie xlix 

Carriage and Wagon Stock. 

Meeker, James <fc Co xl 

Waterhouse &, Lester xlv 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Emery CO 652 

Gelein R. G 663 

HeuckU. H 660 

Rosenbaum A. S. & Co Ixviil 

WeU&Co xli 

Clothing Dealers. 

Badger <fc l.indenberger xlili 

Lockwood H. M. & Co xliv 

Mead J. R. & Co back cover 

Sherman Wm. & Co xxxviil 

Cloths and Woolen Gtoods. 

Lanzenberg & Co xlv 

Stein, Simon & Co xxx 

Coal Dealers. 

Greenhood, Newbauer &, Klein 662 

Co£fee and Spice Mills. 

Bernard C xl 

VenardG 665 

Collectors. 

Pulverman B 651 

Colleges and Schools. 

City College xc 

Female Collegiate Institute xlv 

Santa Clara College xvii 

St. Catherine's Academy (BenicJa).xv 

St. Ignatius' College xvi 

St. Mary's College Ixil 

Union College xvlii 

University School xlv 

Commission Merchants. 

Brooks C. W. <!4 Co vil 

Coleman Wm. T. & Co xl 

Dellepiane & Co Ixxxiti 

Flint, Peabody & Co xi 

Harrison S. L Ixxii 

Jacoby, Cohn & Co xcil 

Knapp &, Grant 674 

Lowenhelm J. & Co ex 

Macondray & Co ix 

Meader, Lolor <fc Co Ix 

Merrill J. C. & Co Ixxi 

WUliams H. B x 

Contractors. 

Bridge M 653 

Browell J Xlviil 

Galloway A Boobar 673 

Hyde & Chester 655 

Nagle George D xlvi 

Perry H. E xcil 

Cordage Manufacturers. 

Tubbs a, Co xli 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Ilelbing, Grecncbaum <fc Co xxiv 

Nathan B xxvi 

Dental Goods. 

Biddle John (New York) ex 

Folkers J. II. A (agent) xxxix 

McDonald K.H. it Co. inside back cover 
White S. S. (Philadelphia), .civ and cv 

Dentists. 

Heald John 661 

Llbbey M. L 667 

Parker T. H 661 

Distillers. 

Dows J. <& Co 678 



Dock Builders. 
Galloway & Boobar 67S 

Door, Sash, and Blind Man- 
ufacturers. 

Culverwell S. S xM 

McGlll J. & Co 665 

Dress Makers. 

Chapman C. M.Mrs 667 

Piper E. Mrs 659 

Drugs and Medicines. 

Crane & Brigham Ixlll 

McDonald R. H. &. Co Inside back 

cover 
White S. S. (Philadelphia, New York 
and Boston) civ and cv 

Dry Goods. 

Austin <fc Co xxvl 

Cannavan M front cover 

Heynemann & Co xl 

Hughes Henry Uxiii 

Murphy, Grant & Co xxx 

Verdier, Kaindier, Scellier & Ccxxxi 

Wlghtman & Hardie xUx 

Engraver and Designer. 

Kuuer A 663 

Express. 
Wells, Fargo <fc Co vlU 

Fancy Goods. 

Adelsdorfer Bros IxxxUl 

Locan & Co xxxl 

Hughes Henry Ixxlil 

Tobin Bros. & Davlsson xxxv 

Fire Works. 

Church* Clark xli 

Tripp <fc Robinson Ux 

Flotir Mills. 

Qrosh <fc Rutherford 660 

Mallory, Leiliy & Co IxxU 

Foundries. 

Brodie, Williams A McAdams 672 

Booth H. J. .to Co IviU 

Chase, Sharpe & Thomson (PhUa).cvU 

Gallagher, Weed & White 644 

Goddard <to Co x 

Hickok W. 0. (Harrisburg, Pa.)....ciU 

Hinckley & Co 640 

Howland, Angell & King. . . .642 and 643 

Palmer, Knox & Co 639 

Steen E. T 6i3 

Vulcan Iron Works 633 

Fur Dealers. 
Muller Adolph back cover 

Furniture Dealers. 

Horstman H. & Co 649 

Peirce Joseph ill 

Gas Companies. 
Citizens' Gas Company Ixxv 

Gas Fixtures and Plumbers. 

Day 'I'homas front cover 

McNaUy <to Hawkins 650 

I'rior J . K Ix 

Snook G. & W 663 

Glass and Glassware. 

Pacific Glass Works xxxll 

Rosenbaum F. H. is, Co Ixxiv 

Taylor John Ivl 

Glue Manufacturers. 

Baeder & Adamson (PhUa.) cH 

Dana George S xxxvU 

Gold Fen Makers. 

Haight A.J xcv 

Groceries. 

Sneath R. G Iv 

Castle uros Ixxxlx 

Guns and Gunsmiths. 

Klepzig 1. C. E 649 

Providence Tool Co. (R.I.) c 

Wilson <fc Evans IxxxvUl 

Hardware. 

Ames' Plow Co. (Boston) cvl 

Benchley L. B. i Co Ixv 

Conroy A O'Connor xi 

Hickman L. M. (Stockton) ci 

Marsh, Pilsburyi Co xcv 

May .fe Co. (Boston) Ixxxv 

Russell <fc Erwin Manufac. Co ....Ixvl 
Selby T. H. ACo xU 



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Harness and Saddlery. 

JohiiHon J. C. * Co Uxvlll 

^lulii it Winchester xxxvlll 

Hats and Caps. 

IMakcA Co Ixxxl 

Mcusdorfl'cr K bM 

Hops and Corks. 

AVlntcr J oliii jtlvU 

Hydraulio Jacks. 
Dudgeon E 645 

Ink Manufacturers. 

Ponnld W. C. & Co. (ISoHton) cvl 

JlayimnlA Noycs (Boston) clx 

Instrument Depots. 

MfOreiror J Ixx 

Schiuolz William 669 

Insvirance Adjusters. 
Cazncuu T. N xlviil nnil Ixxxlii 

Insurance Agents. 

Blpelow it Urotljcr xcvll and 55 

Hooker W. L xxlx and 634 

Coon llenrj' P xcv 

l>elir..lJ 467 and 484 

1 )resclileia H xlll 

Katon J. A. ifc Co back cover 

Kiiikner, Bell <t Co xxxvl and 637 

(iarniss J. K Ixxix 

CattelB Ixxl 

llonians H. S 2 and K35 

.lolinston W. B 633 

Koopmanschap <fe Co 636 

Lanilcrs John 636 

Low C. Adolphe & Co 6.34 

Ma>;m R. H xxlli. 467 and 484 

I'arker E. H Ixxvl 

Schultze F xcvl 

Speyer M xxlil 

Swain R. B. & Co 637 

TillinKbast W. H xxlil 

Van Brunt R. K Ixxviii 

Insurance Companies. Home. 

California Home Ins. Co xx 

California Insurance Co xxll 

California Lloyds (Marine) Ixxxvii 

Fireman's Fuiid Ins. Co II 

Home Mutual Insurance Co 477 

Alerchants' Mutual Marine Ins. Co.xlx 

Occidental Insurance Co ill 

Pacitic Insurance Co xxl 

San Francisco Insurance Co xcviii 

Union Insurance Co Ixxvli 

Iron and Steel. 

Conroy & O'Connor xl 

Johnson George C Ixxxv 

Selby Thomas H. * Co xii 

Iron Doors, Stc. 

KIttredge <fc Leavitt cxl 

KlttredgeJ 655 

Jewelers. 

Morris B.& Co 649 

Justices of the Peace. 

BeU W illiam U Ixx 

Iiand Agents. 
Ransom L Ixlx 

Iieather Dealers. 

Cox & Nichols Ixv 

Dudley <fc Gerhardy Iv 

Heln John G xxxv 

Ing A. D. <k Co xxxv 

Ijiquor Dealers. 

Dows J . & Co 678 

Finley T. E bcxxii 

Martin E. & Co xxxvii 

Nudd, Lord <fc Co Ixiii 

Parker G. F 668 

Speyer M xli 

Squarza V .675 

Looking Glasses, Mirrors.Etc. 

Jones, WooU <fe Sutherland xxxvl 

Nile <fe KoUmyer xlvli 

Sosenbaum F. H. & Co Ixxlv 

Iiumber Dealers. 

Armstrong, Sheldon & Davis 662 

Knowles G. B. & I. H xlvl 

Pope & Talbot 673 

Machine Card Manufacturers. 

Earle T. K. <fc Co. (Mass.) cl 

Machine Shops. 

Pracy G. T 644 

S teen E. T 673 



Mail liines. 

Overland Mall xlll 

Maps. 

Gensoul A xxlx 

Marble Yards. 

Hcverln M 659 

Paltcnijhl &, Larscncur 660 

Markets. 
Washinpton Market 677 

Match Manufacturers. 
Jessup W. ii. <t Co 648 

Museums. 

Jonlan L. J 676 

Music and Musical Instru- 
ments. 

Badper ALIndenberger xllll 

Frev W. A 650 

Gray M xlll 

M ayer J 664 

Woodworfh.Schell ii Co ex 

Zech Jacob 649 

IJ'ative Wines. 

Hoadlcy <fc Co 658 

Kohlcr & Frohllng front cover 

Lowndes A. S Ivl 

Mcrcado <fe Scully xxxll 

Ifaturalists and Taxidermists. 

Gruber F Ixxxl 

19'ewspapers. 

Ramirez F. P. & Co 654 

Stratmau <fc Co Ixxlll 

Opticians. 
Lawrence & llouseworth . .back cover 

Packers Provisions. 
McGari-ey Wni. & Co 650 

Painters, Paints, Etc. 

Church W. S. <k Co Ixx 

Sweelt it Gadsby ixxlv 

Toming A. &T 65« 

Paper Dealers. 

Isaac Joseph <fc Co xlviil 

Taylor S. P xlix 

Towne it Bacon 8 

Photographic Galleries. 

Bradley k Kulolisou 659 

Dyer &, Luders Ixxxiii 

Physicians. 
Bruns C 661 

Picture Frames. 

Jones, Wool! & Sutherland xxxvi 

McQuillan B 652 

Nile <t KoUmyer xlvil 

Snow & Co livlil 

Plasterers. 
Irwin <fc Co Ixxxlx 

Powder Dealers. 

Gibbons R. <fc Co 674 

Printing OfBces. 

Bosqui E. k Co xciii 

Towne <fe Bacon 8 

Publishers. 
Langley H. G 2 and 530 

Pump Manufacturers. 

Harrison C. H 651 

HuntE. O IxvU 

Punches. 

Sqaarza V 675 

Bailroad Cars. 
Stephenson John (New York) eviii 

Beal Estate Agents. 
Flanagan Edward 665 

Hegalia Manufacturers. 

Johnson T. R inside back cover 

Norcross Daniel Ixxix 

Bestaurants. 
Young Andrew Ixxiv 

Safes. 
Russell <fe Erwin Manufac'g Co. . .Ixvl 
Tillman F 672 

Savings and Loan Societies. 

Califoruia Building and Loan Ixsiii 

Hibemia Savings and Loan Hi 

San Francisco Savings Union ..xxxvii 
Savings and Loan xxxix 

Saw Smiths. 
Spauldlng N. W cxi 



Sawing and Planing. 

Culverwell S. S xlvl 

Macdonald Bros 666 

Searchers Records. 

Gillespie C. V 664 

Sewing MachLoes. 

Grovcr ii Baker back cover 

Ship Builders. 
North JohnG x 

Ship Chandlers. 
Crawford A. dt Co 665 

Shirts and Collars. 

Piper E. Mrs 659 

Ward S. W. H. it Son back cover 

Silver Platers. 
Marten John 645 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Dana G. S xxxvii 

Portmann J. H. C 656 

Stair Builders. 

Brown & Wells 654 

Freeman B. 11. i Co 666 

Langland N. P 665 

Stationers. 

Bell G. H Ixlx 

Cooke Wm. B. <t Co front cover 

Hitchcock G. B cxli 

Isaac Joseph i Co xlvUl 

Steamers. 
California, Oregon, and Mexican 

Line Ixlv 

California Steam Nav. Co v and vl 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co Iv 

Royal Mail xxlv 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Hickman L. M. (Stockton) 'cl 

Locke it Montacue xlvli 

Walmslcy W. W cxl 

Sugar Befineries. 

Bay Sugar Keflnerv 645 

S. F. and Pacific Siigar Co Ivll 

Tool Manufacturers. 
Providence Tool Co. (R. I.) c 

Trunk Makers. 

Harris James Ixxxl and 659 

E/)ngshore James 657 

Truss Makers. 

Folkers J. H. A. (agents) xxxix 

Koehler A 666 

Undertakers. 

Gray Nathaniel 658 

Massey A 657 

Upholsterers. 

Bell John C xlv 

Edwards F. G front cover 

Wightman <fe Ilardie xlix 

Upholstery G^ods. 

Solomon B. L. <fe Sons Ixvi 

Wadding Manufacturer. 
Bacon J. H. (Worcester, Mass.) . .xcix 

Wagon Grease Manufacturer. 

Hucks & Lambert 652 

W^atches and Jewelry. 

Braverman <t Ixvy front cover 

McGregor J Ixx 

Sherwood R ii 

Shreve Geo. C. <fe Co xUv 

Wiedero Otto <t Co lU 

Water Works. 

Spring Valley Water Works liil 

Wind Mill Mantifacturer. 
HuntE. O Ixvii 

Window Glass. 
Rosenbaum F. H. <fe Co Ixxiv 

W^ire Workers. 

Graves H.T 670 

Hallidie A. S. & Co 671 

Wood and Ivory Turners. 

Cameron & Kuenzi 675 

Grader F 667 

Jellinek A 660 

Wood and Willow Ware. 

Armes & Dallam 644 

Thumauer ct Zinn 644 

Woolen Mills. 

Mission Woolen Mills. Ix 

S. F. Pioneer MiUs xl 



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(9) SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

CIIICUL-A.II. 

I.ONDON AND SaN FjiANCISCO BaNK, LIMITED. 

(Incori)oratocl utuk-r tlio Joint Stock Companies' Act of 1862, of Great Britain.) 

SA.7S FltA.lNClSeO OiTICE, 413 ^loiitKomei'y ©trcct. 

LONDON OFFICE, 22 Old Broad Street. NEW YORK AGENOYj 53 Exchange Plape. 



CAPITAL, - - ^5,000,000, 

(If Miiicli $'0n.(i03 is fii!!y pniJ up as prcsont fapilal, and will be increased as the Rrowth of tlic business requires. 

THE UNDERMENTIONED ARE FOUN^rTaNO PROPRIETORS OF THE BANK : 

Messrs. BISCEOFFSHEIM, G0LD3CHMIDT & CO., London. 

" FIIUHLING dc CtOSCHEN, " 

." FREDERICK EUTH & CO., " 

" J. S, MORGAN & CO., (Successors to Messrs, Geo. Peabody & Co.)- " 

" STERN BROTHERS, " 

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL SOCIETY, LIMITED, " 

Mr. FREDERICK RODEWALD,.. ■ " 

THE BANK OF SAXE MEININGEN, Saxe Mciningon, Germany. 

Mr. JULIUS MAY, Frankfort, on the Main, Germany. 

" SIGISMUND SULZBACH, " " " 

TL.0N1301V 35A.TVItEKS, The IL.oncloTi Joint Stock Bu-nlc. 

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S-A-KT n^^A-KT C IS O O: 
Innatjcr, SCIhTOJf S. LATJZAM. A.ssl.ittnit Jfanaaer, CA3IILO MAItTlN. 

LOCAL DIRECTORS. 
WM. B. .TOHiS'STON, Agent Liveiipool and London and Globe Ixscrance Company. 
HEXKY CAKLTON, Ju., Mekchant. 
I , A. EllUUOKN, Meuchamt, op IIkllmann Buos. & Co. 



I The Bank is prepared to transact ALL KINDS of General Banking and Exchange Business, in London and 
■an Francisco, and between ."aid citie.s and all parts of the world. 

The San Francisco Otliccis authorized to draw Bills of Exchange, or issue Lpttei"s of Credit, upon either of 
he undernamed Founders and I'roprietors of the Bank, or, (at the option of the buyer) upon the following 
louses, with whom the Batik has established credits, viz. : 

^jOXDOXf The London Joint Stock Bank, No. 5 Princes Street. 

I " Messrs. Bischofisheim, Goldschmidst & Go. 

1 " Messrs. Fruhling & Gosehen. 

I '■' Messrs. Frederick Huth & Co. 

" Messrs. J. S. Morgan & Co. (successors to. Messrs. Geo. Pea- 

body & Co.) 

yjSW YoUkciTY,. '.'.'..'...'.'.'.. M.eaaTs. Dabney, Morgan & Co., 53 Exchange Place. 

PAJilS, Messrs. BischolTsheim, Goldsdhmidt & Co. 

" Messrs. A. J. Stern & Co. 

FItAyKFOJtT, on the. IHTain,. Mr. Sigismund Sulzbach. 
*' ..Mr. Jacob S. H. Stern. 

GX:jtMANY The Bank of Saxe Meinineen. 

dMSXERDAM, Banque de Credit and de Depot des Pays Bas. 

AyxWEIil^, Messrs. Nottebohm Brothers. 

" Mr. P. E. Bischotfsheim. 

HAMBURG , Messrs. John Berenberg, Gossler & Co. 

RKR'LIK, Messrs. Moritz Guterbock & Co. 

OESOA and NARLES, The Anglo Italian Bank. 

VALPARAISO and X1J»^.J,. . .Messrs. Fred. Huth, Gruning & Co. 

MANUjA, Messrs. Russell & Sturgis. 

CHISA and JTAI'AN, The Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, London, and China, 

and its Branches. 
AVSTRAJLIA, lyDJA, and) Asiatic Banking Corporation and its Branches, at 

CHI\A, ( Boinljav, Calcutta, CoU.r.ibo, .Singapore, Hongkong, Shanghai, Melbourne 

STDyEY and MEI^ROVRNE, Union Bank of Australia. 

IREXiAXD, Provincial Bank of Ireland, and all its Branches, viz., at 

= Dublin, "Waterford, Youghal, Duniianuon, Kilrush, Templeniore, 

Cork, Galway, Enniskillen, Bandon, Skibberecii, Carrick-on-Suir, 

Limerick, Armagh, Monaghan, Ennis, Enuiscorthy, Carrick-on-Shan- 

Clonmel, Athlone, Banbridge, Ballyshanuon, Fermoy, " non, 

Londonderry, Coleraine, Ballymena, Strabane, Newry. Clogheen, 

.Sligo, Kilkenny, rarsoustown, Dungarvan, Drogheda, Kewcastle, (Co. 

Wexford, Ballina, Cavan, Mallow, Nenagh. Limerick.) 

Belfast, Trako, Omagh, Cootehill, 

SPECIAL attention paid to Selling California Securities in Europe ; Collections, Purchases 
of Beal Estate and Mining Shares, and Investments of all kinds in California. 



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GENERAL REVIEW, 



41 



and Sixlli to Urannan, and nlonj? llrunnun to the 
bridge at Mission Creek. From Tavior Street a 
branch track runs along Turk to Fifiuiore, aloiig 
Fillmore to Post, and along Post to Lone Mountain 
Cemetery. The entire length of this railroad is live 
miles of "double track, and about one-third of a mile 
of single track. The car houses and stables of the 
company are situated at the termini on Brannan 
Street and at Lone Mountain, and the office is on 
Taylor Street near Turk. The Central Itailroad is 
completed and has been running for two years, to 
the great accommodation of the public and the man- 
ifest' benefit of real estate in the suburbs. 

The officers of the company are : R. J. VanDe- 
Water, President; S. C. Bigelow, Vice President; 
A. J. Gunnison, Treasurer; J. T. Hoyt, Secretary; 
J. A. McGlynn, Superintendent. 

CITY RAILROAD COMPANY. 

This company was incorporaied by Act of the 
Legislature, approved April 21st, 1863, and organ- 
ized May 20th, 1863. The capital stock of one mill- 
ion dollars is divided into ten thousand shares of one 
hundred dollars each. The first assessment of ten 
thousand dollars has already been paid in. 
Dolores io Corbett, and afong Copbett^ to Alifwm- 

Portions of this road are under contract, but no 
work has yet been performed. It is thought, how- 
ever, that some two miles of road will be ouilt dur- 
ing the coming year. Arrangements have been 
made with a company of unlimited capital in New 
York — that has built a number of roads in the East- 
ern States — to complete this work, which will be 
commenced early in the spring. 

The officers of the Citv Railroad are : Isaac 
Rowell, President; E. W. Casey, Secretary/ 

SAN FRANCISCO AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD 

The San Francisco and Atlantic Railroad Company 
was iiKorporated, under the Stiite law regulating 
and authorizing incorporations, in July, 1864. Its 
capital stock is twenty millions, in one hundred-dol- 
lar shares. This company proposes to construct a 
road to run from San Francisco via Stockton, to, or 
near Folsom, where it will tap the Central Pacific 
Railroad. Mr. Louis McLane nas gone East to nego- 
tiate for the required capital to prosecute the work 
with successful energv. 

The officers are : Alpheus Bull, President ; Louie 
McLane, Treasurer ; George Wallace, Secretary. 

Homestead Associations. 

One of the most important as well as pleasing fea- 
tures in the unexampled progress of our city, is the 
organization of numerous Homestead Associations, 
which, by united effort and consolidated capital, 
place it within the scope and means of any industri- 
ous and prudent individual to secure a tract that he 
can call his own, and secure to him the proud title 
of " lord of the soil." In all civilized countries, the 
moral and healthful effect produced upon communi- 
ties, and more especially the so-called industrial 
classes, by the ownership of a fee simple in the soil, 
has ever been the subject of laudation among the 
most enlightened statesmen and liberal philanthro- 
pists. By the organization of Joint Stock Homestead 
Associations, and the purchase of large and eligibly 
located tracts of land, every member of the com- 
munity may become a landholder at a comparatively 
trifling cost. By the payment of a small sum into 
the capital stock , and a comparatively trifling amount 
in stated assessments, every one may, through this 
medium, which is available to all, in a short time 



become the possessor of an unincumbered site for a 
homestead. The healthy and advantageous eflectof 
this system is apparent in the number of elegant and 
comfortable residences which have sprung up, as if 
by magic, in the vicinity of the city in all directions 
within the past year. 

For a complete list of the Homestead Associa- 
tions organized and existing in this city, with the 
amounts of their capital stock, the dates of their 
incorporation, names of trustees, with their opera- 
tions and progress, see Protective Associations, page 

616. 

Savings Banks. 
One of the most healthy and beneficial institutions 
of a large city is the Savings Banks, which is em- 
phatically a monetary agent of the people. By 
receiving on deposit at a remunerative rate of inter- 
est, sums, no matter how small, and which would 
otherwise too often be heedlessly sqandered, habits 
of economy and thrift are inculcated which are pro- 
ductive of the most beneficial results to the entire 
community. By constant additions, sums insignificant 
at the outset are gradually swelled to an amount of 
which the depositors themselves had no definite idea 
until they gave these institutions a trial, and full and 
satisfactorily tested the experiment. The loans niade 
by these institutions are generally secured by bond 
and mortgage, and upon loans mutually advantageous 
to all parties. By requiring with the payment of 
the interest due each month, a sum equivalent to a 
monthly installment of the original loan, at the time 
fixed for its maturity, the debt has been entirely ex- 
tinguished. There are four of these institutions con- 
ducted upon the same principle in successful opera- 
tion in the City of San Francisco, the beneficial 
effects of which are felt and acknowledged by the 
community at large. The first of these organized on 
this coast is the 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

Incorporated July 23d, 1857. Office 619 Clay. 

The amount to the credit of the members of the 
society is $1,333,690.00. A dividei\d of one per 
cent, was declared in July last for tlie preceding six 
months, leaving a surplus of $173,834.20 on hand. 
The management of the Savings and Loan Society 
reflects higli credit upon those who have it in charge, 
and its advantage to the masses can scarcely be esti- 
mated. By its means and under the admirable sys- 
tem devised, depositors aie made perfectly secure, 
thrift is encouraged by accumulations of interest, 
small capitals are aggregated, and enterprise stimula- 
ted by the facilities thus provided. The savings of 
the laborer thus invested, also aid in producing a 
general prosperity in which he is himself a sharer, 
and doubtless it is a conviction of these truths, with 
confidence in the fidelity of those in charge, which 
have obtained for this society the unpai-alieled suc- 
cess of which we have spoken. 

HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

Incorporated April 12th, 1859. This association was 
formed for the mutual benefit of the members, who 
through it are enabled to find secure and profitable 
investment for small savings, and on the other hand 
have an opportunity of obtaining from it at rea- 
sonable rates the use of a modemte capital, upon 
giving good and sufficient security for the same. 
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with the ntinoot prndence and ecuiiotnv, Hiid its hiiB- 
iiie88 hiiH hec-ii Kradiittlly iiicreiiMiix. il» HUcccHt) uiid 
healthy condiiiuii retifcls the highuat credit upun the 
miinugenieiit of the concern. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAVIKGS UNION. 

The L/ejrishiture having patwed nn net on the 11th 
of April, l^(>>, flamed with a sperial view to the 
formulion of Buvin^fs K)oietic8, a few gentlemen of 
well-known eharacttT and standing in tliis com- 
luuuity took advantage of it to incorporat* theni- 
aelves under the above name. To depositors it 
offers the eecurit y of u guarantee capital of $100,01)0, 
to be increiined hb the business increases by u reserve 
fund of equal amount, which bears all losses, and 
neither of which can be withdrawn under any cir- 
cumstances until every dollar deposited has been re- 
paid to the depositoi-8 ; in compensation for this 
guarantee, the stockholders receive a fair share of 
tue net prolits,and it is from this share, not from the 
proHts of depositors, that the reserve fund is formed. 
As, with orainary prudence, it is all but impossible 
that the losses should ever amount to $200,000, and 
as the losses have to be borne by the guarantee cap- 
ital and reserve fund before they can touch deposits, 
the latter m:i v be considered as perfectly secure. No 
dividend is allowed for the first month, as some time 
is required to lind investment for the funds, but after 
that they are calculated without deduction for broken 
months, short time, etc., so that their real value is 
higher than it appears to be. It is a material relief 
to married women and minors, especially to the for- 
mer, that when they make deposits in this institution 
in their own name, they can draw them without the 
necessity of obtaining the consent of their husbands 
or guardians. To borrowers it offers the facility of 
repayment by easy installments, spread over from 
twelve to forty-eight months, (the law allows six 
years) according to the circumstances of the case. 
To men of small means seeking to obtain a home- 
stead, experience has shown this facility to be inval- 
uable. The report of July ;^d, 1865, shows the 
result of the first three years' operations to he — de- 
posits, $380,974.43; guarantee capital paid in, re- 
serve fund, and surplus profits, $ ; total, 
$ri8,696.9G. Of this amount there was invested in 
loans made, $409,016.57 ; on hand, $18,638.33; bal- 
ance in stamps on hand and furniture. Profits of 
the half year (net) $.'8,065.14. 

For list of officers, etc., of the different savings 
associations, including those not referred to here, 
see page 616. 

Banking Houses. 

One of the most notable elements of our pros- 
perity as a City and State, is the consolidating of 
immense capital under our Banking Law, and the 
establishment of branch offices in this city of foreign 
banks and capitalists. Of the former, the Bank of 
California, corner of Battery and Washington streets, 
stands first. The capital employed is $'2,000,000,with 
a privilege to increase to $5,000,000. D. O. Mills, 

President; W. C. Ralston, Cashier The Pacific 

Bank, No. 404 Montgomery Street, with a capital of 
$5,000,000, is another prominent house, embracing 
in its list of directors some of our wealthiest citizens. 

Of the foreign houses we may mention the London 
and San Fi-aucisco Bank, (limited), with a capital of 
$5,000,000; Milton S. Latham, Manager; office 412 
Montgomery Street The Bank of British Col- 
umbia, with a capiUil of $1,250,000, with power to 
increase to $10.000,000 ; James D. Walker, Mana- 



ger; office 412 California Street Bank of British 

North America, Grain ik Sutherland, Agents, office 

411 California Street The Commercial Bank of 

India, with a subscribed capital of $5, (!()(), 000, and 
$'2, .'300,000 paid-up capital ; Richard Newby, Agent, 

408 California Street The British and Califoniian 

Banking Company, with head office in London, has 
established a branch here, with Henry S. Babcock 
as Manager, and James Ireland, Sub-Manager; 
office 424 California Street.... A number of other 
institntions founded on a solid basis might be men- 
tioned, did space permit. Suffice it to say, that such 
large sums of money on deposit here, for commer- 
cial and other uses, is a sufficient evidence of our 
future prospects and stability. 

Insurance Companies. 
Within the past year several important institutions 
of this character have gone into successful operation, 
while those of an older date have largely increased 
their business. This is an important feature of our 
domestic policy ; and the establishment and success- 
ful conduct of home insurance companies exhibits a 
healthy condition of public contentment, and a feel- 
ing of security on the part of our citizens with re- 
gard to fire and marine risks. The following is a 
list of the local institutions of this character iu suc- 
cessful operation here, the character of whose offi- 
cers and managers is a sufficient guaranty of their 
soundness and reliability in all respects. 

HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

The above company was organized in September, 
1864, with a capital of .$1,000,000, and is prepared 
to issue fire, life, and marine policies of insurance 
upon all insurable property, lives, etc. There are 
five committees — one on Finance and Loans, one on 
Insurance, one on Claims and Losses, one Auditing, 
and one Executive. The Directors are selected from 
nearly all branches of trade — the industrial classes 
being particularly well represented. A company of 
this kind is destined to win its way to public favor 
and its business soon placed upon an unsliaken foun- 
dation. The office is at No. 630 Montgomery Street. 
Geo. S. Mann, President ; Wm. H. Stevens, Sec'y. 

SAN FRANCISCO INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Incorporated March, 1861. Capital and surplus, 
$240,000. 

Officers — George C. Boardman, President ; C. D. 
O. Sullivan, Vice President ; P. McShane, Secretary. 

The capital and surplus of this company are now 
over $240,000, all paicl in gold, and well secured on 
the best collaterals, and its careful management has 
made it one of the most reliable offices on the Pacific 
Coast, bringing with it the reward ot a constantly 
increasing business. Office, No. 432 Mouifjomery 
Street, in Douohoe, Kelly & Co.'s Bank Building. 

merchants' MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Organized April 2d, 1863 ; capital, $500,000. This 
company, the only California company now exclu- 
sively iu marine insurance, may be considered in 
successful and vigorous operation. It otters to the 
business community a local institution conducted on 
liberal principles, prompt and energetic in its ad- 
ministration, and offering in its list of stockholders, 
composed of many of our most reliable merchants, 
the amplest security to its customers. Its business 
is conducted entirely on a gold basis, and all losses 
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Officers— Jame» P. Flint, President; J. B. Scotch- 
ler, Secietary. OlKce, Boulh-eaut corner Front and 
Calil'ornia. 

fireman's fund insurance company. 

Orfiauized iMay Ist, 18G3; capital, $500,000, fully 
paid ill gold coin. One-fonrth of all the Directors 
are active or exempt nienilMjrs of the San Francisco 
Fire Department. One-tenth of its net insurance 
earnings are divided among the various Fire De- 
partments of the State, to be dedicated to charitable 
purposes. Having becouie established on a tirm 
basis the company solicits a share of public patron- 
age, and guarantees that all its losses shall be paid 
in United Stat«s gold coin. Office, No. Iii38 Mout- 
goniery Street. 

OJficers — S. H. Parker, President ; M. Lynch, 
Vice President; W. H. Patterson, Attorney ; "C R. 
Bond, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY. 

This company was organized in 1864, under the 
laws of this State, with a capital of $300,000. It is 
composed of gentlemen of wealth and standing, and 
well known to the business counnunity. They in- 
sure against loss or damage by lire on all brick and 
frame buildings, merchandise, dwellings, furniture, 
etc., and pay all such losses in United States gold 
coin. From' the responsibility of its Directois and 
the competent business capacity of the officers in 
charge of its affairs, this company will soon rank 
second to none of its class on tliis coast. The office 
is located at Nos. "22i and 226 California Street. 

Officers — B. F. Lowe, President ; J. G. Parker, 
Jr., Secretary. 

PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY. 

This company, which was organized July 14th, 
1863, with a capital stock of $7oO,()00, insures against 
loss or damage by lire. The Board of Directors is 
composed of the best known and reliable business 
men and capitalists of the Pacific Coast, and the 
stockholders represent a larger amount of capital 
than almo.^t any other company on the continent. 
The Capital is all paid up in gold coin, and recogniz- 
ing in its tallest extent the law of individual liabil- 
ity, this company otters the best possible guarantee 
to the insured, and establishes an institution in this 
important department of which every citizen taking 
any interest in tiie welfare and prosperity of Pacific 
institutions may feel a just pride. 

Officers — Jonathan Hunt, President; A. J. Ral- 
ston, Secretary. Office 436 California Street. 

CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY. 

This company was incorporated February 23d, 
1863, with a subscril)ed capital of $200,000, divided 
into twenty shares of $10,000 each. It is the pioneer 
of all the insurance corporations in our city, and the 
gentlemen owning its stock were the first who had 
the courage to assume the personal liabilities im- 
posed by onr State Constitution on stock holilers, in 
a business supposed to be preeminently hazardous. 
For the nuitual protection of each other and of the 
insured, with reference to this liability, unusual care 
was taken to admit only such stockholders as were 
of undoubted responsibility ; and to prevent sales of 
stock to irre^pollslble parties, all the receipts of the 
company, less taxes, expenses, and losses, are re- 
tained on hand, and no dividend can be declared 
until the entire original capital has been earned from 
the proceeds of the business. The company has thus 
far prospered. Its officers are well known and ex- 
perienced underwriters, and they have won for the 
office a character for prudence in taking risks and 
liberality in paying losses. Owing to the substantial 
character of its stockholders, the peculiarities of our 
State laws, and of the by-laws of the company, the 
California Mutual is probably the strongest marine 



office in the United States; for not only are its capi- 
tal and accumulations subject to the claims of creffit- 
oreaud the control of Stale olhcers, but after these 
are exhausted the stockholdeis remain personally 
liiible for the excess in the same manner as if they 
had each signed the policy on the plan of the Lloyae 
of London. 

This company divides ten per cent, of its profits 
on open policies, among the holders of such policies, 
on the second Monday of January in each year, in 
lieu of the scrip returns of Eastern marine compa- 
nies. All its transactions are made only in gold 
coin. Office 318 Califoniia Street. C. T.'llopkins, 
Secretary. 

OCCIDENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Incorporated \SGb; capital, $300,000. This com- 
pany has been but a few months in existence, and it 
liHs already accumulated a large amount of business. 
The directors comprise some of our most active and 
responsible business men, which cannot fail to secure 
for its future a reputation for promptness and liber- 
ality. 

Officers — Henry B. Piatt, President ; J. Greene- 
bauni, Vice President : K. N. Van Brunt, Secietary. 
Office souto-west corner California and Montgomery 
streets. 

UNION INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Incorjiorated 186.5 ; capital, $750,000. This com- 
pany, althouijh recently organized, has attained a 
position equal to any of the home companies. Its 
affairs are managed with energetic ability, and from 
the well-known character of its officers, the amplest 
security is ottered to those vvlio desire the protection 
of the company. 

Officers — Caleb T. Fay, President; Charles D. 
Haven, Secretary. Office 416 California Street. 

CALIFORNIA LLOYDS. 

This association, organized in 1861, upon the plan 
of the London Lloyds, includes in its list as under- 
writers many of our wealthiest citizens. Its risks 
are exclusively marine; and its losses are promptly 
paid in gold coin. G. Touchard, Secretary. Office 
418 California Street. 

libraries. 

It may be set down as a fixed fact that there is no 
surer indication of the progression and prosperity of 
a community, than the number an<l condition of its 
libraries. In this department San Francisco may 
safely challenge competition with any city of its age 
in the range of civilization. The Public Libraries 
are numerous and respectable, and notwithstanding 
the activity and energy exhibited by her citizens in 
every department of life, the statistics of these insti- 
tutions prove beyond controversy that they are at 
the same time essentially a reading people. Not 
physical alone, but mental activity is a prominent 
characteristic of our population. 

In addition to these libraries several of the hotels 
of the city are provided with large and well selected 
collections of books for the use of guests. That be- 
longing to the What Cheer House numbers about 
5,000 volumes of well selected works, connected 
with which is an extensive cabinet of specimens in 
natural history, and a largo number of paintings, 
with a marble bust by Powers, copied by that artist 
from his statue of California, and a fancy head in 
marble by Gault, an eminent sculptor, which works 
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during biB tour in Europe, reflect credit upon his 
tafite and liberality. 

Want of space prevenle a reference in detail to 
tbe numerous public libraries in this city, prominent 
among wbich may be named the Mercantile Library. 
Association, containing 20,000 volumes; Odd Fel- 
lows', 14,000; Mechanics' Institute, 7,500; Young 
Mens Christian Association, 3,000 ; California Pio- 
neers, 2,000 ; Sun Fi-ancisco Vercin, 4,000. 

The Masonic Fraternity have made arrangements 
for the foundation of a libniry in this city. From 
the well-known character of those who have the 
enterprise in charge, it must soon take rank with 
the leading library institutions in the State. For list 
of officere, etc., of the different literary institutions 
in the city, see page 619. 

"Water Compames. 

SPUING VALl.KY WATER WORKS. 

Capital stock $6,000,000, in 60,000 shares of $100 
each. 

Officers — W. F. Babcock, President; Calvin 
Brown, Superintendent ; Henry Watson, Secretary ; 
Lloyd Tevis, Charles Mayne, S. C. Bigelow, W. F. 
Babcock, N. Luning, II. S. Dexter, and John Parrott, 
Trustees. 

The present organization is formed by a consoli- 
dation of the San Francisco City and Spring Valley 
Water Works com|janie8, which took place on the 
first of January, ]8t)5. 

The San Francisco Water Works Company tiled 
its certificate of incorporation on the nineteenth day 
of June, 1857, and on the twenty- seventh day of 
September of the year following introduced "the 
water of Lobos Creek into the lower portion of the 
city, and in January, 1860, the permanent works 
were completed for the supply of the entire city 
with water. The Spring Valley Company was in- 
corporated in June, 1858, and in July, 1861, the 
water from Islais Creek was introduced into the 
city. 

'The present works receive their supply from two 
sources — Lobos and Pillarcitos cieeks. Lobos Creek 
is a stream of pure fresh water, emptying into the 
bay near Point Lobos, which supplies two millions 
of gallons daily. The distance of the stream is 
three and a half miles in a direct line from the Plaza. 
The receiving reservoir, with a capacity of 800,000 
gallons, is located at Black Point, on the bay, from 
which the water is elevated by four double-acting 
pumps, with a capacity of 2,000,000 gallons daily, 
propelled by two steam engines of two hundred and 
iifty-horse power each, to the distributing reservoirs 
on the adjacent hills, the highest being Uiree hund- 
red and fifteen feet above high-water mark, located 
at the corner of Hyde and Greenwich streets; the 
second, which is situated immediately below, at the 
intersection of Hj-de and Francisco streets, is one 
hundred and forty-tive feet above high-water mark. 
The capacity of the first is 5,000,000 gallons, and 
that of the lower 8,000,000. 

Pillarcitos Creek is situated in the coast range of 
mountains, distant from San Francisco about fitYeen 
miles in a southerly direction. The water is taken 
at an elevation of seven hundred feet above the level 
of the sea, through the main coast range by means 
of a tunnel 1,600 feet in length. A large dam is 
now being constructed on the Pillarcitos Valley be- 
low the tunnel, which dam will be seventy eight 
feet in bight and two hundred and twenty -eight feet 
between the abutments. This will cause the water 
to cover ninety-two acres of land and make a reser- 
voir that willconiain 900,000,000 gallons, which will 
be filled during the winter season of the year, and 



be drawn from as required in the city reservoirs, 
making this the great retaining reservoir. From the 
east end of the tunnel the water is conducted around 
the hills into another large reservoir — Lake Honda, 
buck of the Mission Dolores — by a flume eighteen by 
thirty inches, with a grade of seven feet to the mile, 
being thirty-two miles in length. Of this distance 
six miles are laid of iron {tipe, and when the flumes 
are to be replaced it will piobably be done by iron 
pipe, of which about twelve miles would be re- 
f|uired to make the entire route of iron. Lake Honda 
is a fine natural reservoir, three hundred and seventy 
feet above the sea, with a capacity of 52,000,0(Jl) 
gallons, from which place the water is brought to 
another distributing reservoir, corner of Buchanan 
and Market streets, by means of sixteen and twelve 
inch cast iron mains. The Market Street Reservoir 
is constructed on a high hill, two hundred feet above 
the sea, and is made of brick and cement ; capacity 
1,750,0(10 gallons. This is the main distributing 
reservoir, and supplies four-fifths of the city. The 
upper part of the city is supplied direct from Lake 
Honda pressure, which will give a good pressure to 
almost every section of the city. As to the equality 
of the water, it is now over two years since it was 
first introduced, and has been carried to every 
quarter of the world, and given the greatest satis- 
faction to all who have used it. The Brannan Street 
Reservoir, also used by the company, has a capacity 
of 500.000 gallons. 

The main dam above mentioned, (at this date, first 
December) is almost completed. The company com- 
menced, in July last, a tunnel under the mountain 
separating the San Mateo from the San Andreas 
Valley, which will be 3,350 feet long, and will be 
completed in April, 1867 — it will save nearly eight 
rniles of the present flume — reducing the main line 
of conduit from thirty-two to twenty-four miles in 
length. This twenty-four miles will eventually be 
reduced to abouteighteen miles — as proved by recent 
surveys. 

The amount of pipe now laid in the city proper, 
reaches sixty -two miles. 

Qas Companies. 

citizens' gas company. 

The Legislature of 1862, on the second of May, 
granted to Eugene L. Sullivan, Nathaniel Holland, 
and John Benson, a franchise to lay down pipes 
through the streets of the City of San Francisco, for 
the purpose of supplying the citizens with gas ; the 
franchise extending over a period of fifty years. 
Shortly after the granting of this franchise, the com- 
pany was organized by the filing of articles of incor- 
poration with the Clerk of this county and the Sec- 
retary of State. The articles of incorporation were 
signed by Eugene L. Sullivan, Nathaniel Holland, 
John Benson, R. E. Brewster, John Bensley, E. R. 
Sprague, John A. McGlynn, James Breiinan, T. 
Jlaguire, Wm. Sherman, A. C. Whitcomb, D. Nor- 
throp, W. F. Williamson, and Alfred Bai-stow, and 
placed the capital stock at $2,000,000, divided into 
shares of one hundred dollars each. As soon as the 
company was completely organized an agent was 
dispatched east for the purpose of purchasing pipe 
and material for the erection of the works. An ar- 
rangement was soon etfected with Mr. Jno. P. Ken- 
nedy, a well-knovi'n erector of gas works in New 
York, to furnish the plans and take the superintend- 
ence of the erection of their works. The company 
having purchased between two and three lOO-varae 
of land fronting on the bay atthe junction of Town- 
send and Second streets, work was begun early in 
the fall of 1863, and has been vigorously pushed to 
completion. Mr. B. P. Brimner has been elected 
the permanent superintendent of the works. 

It is thought that the company will begin to fur- 
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next. One of the provisions of the company's 
charter make it imperative upon them to furnish the 
f^as at a cost of not more than six dollars per 1,000 
feet. The outcry made against the San Francisco 
Gas Company in 1862 by San Franciscans was, 
probably, the orijrin of the company : but be it what 
it may, the fact that it will be of vast benefit to the 
citizens of our city cannot be doubted, for the henlthy 
competition which will result from the struggle of 
the two companies to furnish us with li^ht, must 
have the effect to materially reduce the price. 

Foundries, Machine Shops, Stc. 
There is no department of manufactures and in- 
dustrial enterprise connected with our city, that has 
made such rapid progress during the past few years, 
as that included under this head. The number of 
establishments engaged in the working of metals is 
estimated at between three and four hundred, giving 
steady employment to over two thousand hands. 

IRON FOUNDRIES. 
The number of Iron Foundries now in operation 
in this city is fourteen, wliich give employment to 
from seven hundred and fifty to one thousand per- 
sons. 

UNION IRON AND BRASS WORKS. 

H. J. Booth & Co., proprietors. This, the pioneer 
establishment in San Francisco, was founded in 1849, 
by James and Peter Donahue, brothers, since which 
time it has steadily increased, ever holding its rank 
of first in magnitude and importance on the Pacific 
Coast. The machinery ana appliances in these 
works compare favorably with the best in the world. 
The superiority of the engines — marine, locomotive, 
and stiitionaiy — built here is admitted, after the 
severest teste, by the best qualified judges. The 
first premium for the engine manufactured by H. J. 
Bootli &, Co., and exhibited at the Mechanics' Fair, 
San Francisco, 1865, was awarded to Win. II. Eck- 
art, the designer. This engine was provided with 
" Scott & Eckart's Balance- Valve Cut-Off," which 
for simplicity and effectiveness is unrivaled. The 
Excelsior Grinder and Amalgamator, patented by 
Wheeler & Randall, and manufactured here, in its 
practical workings has fully confirmed the demon- 
strations of Mr. Randall, as published in the Quartz 
Operator's Hand Book, that tractory-formed plates 
possess fully eighty per cent, greater grinding capa- 
city than plane or fiat plates. The amount of work 
done at this establishment can be estimated from the 
fact that two hundred and seventy-five men are 
employed. 

PACIFIC IRON WORKS. 

Goddard & Co., proprietors. Next to the Union, 
the Pacific is the oldest establishment of the kind in 
the city, the works having been established on their 
present site, First Street between Mission and Na- 
toma, in September, 1850, by Messrs. Egery &, 
Hinckley, wnose interest was purchased in Decem- 
ber, I85'3, by the present proprietors, who erected 
the present spacious buildings and enlarged and in- 
creased the works. The daily running expenses of 
the establishment reach about $1,500 ; the machinery 
is driven by an eighty-horse power engine. The 
melting capacity of the largest cupola is twenty tons ; 
there are two others, the aggregate capacity of 
which is ten tons, making a totjtl of thirty tons. 
These works made, during the past year, three 
steamboat and two propellor engines, two stationary 
eighty-horse povverengines, three sixty-hoi-se jxiwer, 
two fortv-five-horse power, thirteen thirty-horse 
power, six fifteen-horse power, seventeen quartz 
mills from five to forty stamps each, sixty-four 
amalgamating pans, thirty -six amalgamating barrels, 



five thousand six hundred stamp shoes and dies, and 
seventy steam boilers ranging from twenty to three 
hundred-horse power each. In addition to the fore- 
going, a large number of grist, sugar, and saw mills, 
and^castings for agricultural implements were turned 
out. The average number of hands employed is 
about one hundred and fifty. About 1,200 tons pig 
iron consumed per year, with a proportionate amount 
of wrought iron and boiler plate. 

FULTON FOUNDRY. 

Hinckley & Ce., proprietors, 45, 47, and 49 First 
Street. Established 18.55. Men employed at present 
fifty-five. The machinery for a large number of 
steamboats has been manufactured during the past 
two years. Extensively engaged in the manufac- 
ture of saw-mill machinery. Many additions have 
been made to the stock of tools during the last year, 
and the facilities at the present time are equal to any 
shop for manufacture ot all kinds of machinery for 
steamboats, quartz-mills, fiouring-mills, etc. 

VULCAN IRON WORKS COMPANY. 

N. D. Arnot, President ; R. Ivers, Treasurer ; C. 
R. Steiger, Secretary ; S. Aitken, proprietors. The 
Vulcan Iron Works, located on First, Natoma, Fre- 
mont and Beale, office, First Street, 137-139, were 
established in August, 1851, by George Gordon &. 
Steen, for the manufacture of steam engines, boilers, 
and machinery. In January, 1855, they were incor- 
porated as a joint-stock company, and in April, 1857, 
became the property of the present owners. Steam 
engines and boilers of every variety are constantly 
turned out at these works, which have also supplied 
the machinery for a number of saw, flour, and quartz 
mills on this coast ; all the hydraulic machinery for 
raising brick buildings in San Francisco was in- 
vented and made at these works, and the first loco- 
motive buijt in the State vras built there. The loco- 
motives on the Alameda and San Francisco, Oakland 
and Napa railroads were built at this establishment. 
Every class, of mining, pumping, and hoisting ma- 
chinery can be obtainea from this firm, who take 
especial pride in keeping up with the vast improve- 
ments lately made in mining machinery. Hepburn 
& Peterson's Amalgamating Pan is manufactured 
here, as also their Separators. This estiiblishment 
now employs two hundred to two hundred and fifty 
men, and have during the last year extended their 
works by the addition of several large shops on the 
east side of Fremont Street between Mission and 
Howard, extending to Beale. 

miners' foundry. 
First Street between Howard and Folsom. This 
establishment, as its name imports, is engaged prin- 
cipally in manufacturing mining machinery, and 
during the past year has been largely engaged in 
supplying the increasing demand caused by the rich 
development of minerals in Idaho, Reese Itiver, and 
California. They however are not confined to min- 
ing machinery alone, but manufacture all kinds of 
machinery used on this coast. Quite a notable fea- 
ture of tneir business the last year has been the 
building of sugar machinery for the Sandwich Isl- 
ands, which has heretofore been manufactured in the 
Atlantic States and Europe. They employ about one 
hundred and fifty hands, and melt about two thousand 
tons of pig iron per annum. 

GOLDEN STATE IRON WORKS. 

Palmer, Knox &. Co., proprietors. This extensive 
establishment is located on First Street near Market. 
The operations of this concern have been in the man- 
ufacture of steam engines, water wheels, mining 
pumps, quartz mills, and amalgamators. Among 
which latter we notice the Knox's Amalgamator, 
with Palmer's Improved Steam Chest, are being 
turned out in large numbers. The Golden State 
gives employment to about filly men. 



46 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



CALIFORNIA FOUNDUr. 

Brodie, Iliililmrd &. McAdHms, proprietors. Theeie 
works, lociilcd iit Ki KuMiiont Street, employ a liirj.'e 
number of workmen in llie preparation of cHstinjfs 
of every deMcription, Hurli hb liouee fronts, leaves, 
trusses, window caps, sills, quoins, and also light and 
heavy castings of every descriptions. 

PHCENIX WOKKS. 

These works, owned by Jonathan Kittredfre, are 
extensively enpiged in th e luannfacture of every 
description of iron doors, shutters, bank vaults, safes, 
and every description of blacksmith work. Located 
6 and 8 liattery Street. 

PIONEER WeRKS. 

Located corner of Battery and Jackson streets, are 
manufacluriuf; tire-proof doors, shutters, prison-cells, 
balconies, etc., and i)Iacksn)ithiug in general. Kit- 
tredge &. Leavitt, proprietoi-s. 

EUREKA WORKS. 

William McKibbin, proprietor, 41 and 43 First 
Street. This establishment manufactures iron stairs, 
shutters, railings, and house work of every descrip- 
tion. The celebrated Eureka Key and Clamp Bridge 
is also manufactured by Mr. McRibbin. 

BOILER WORKS. 

The Boiler Works of Messrs. Coffey & Risdon are 
engaged in an extensive and increasing business, em- 
ploying a large number of hands, involving a heavy 
outlay for labor and materials. 

PORTLAND BOILER WORKS. 

Moynihan &. Aitkeu, proprietors. These works 
are now established at Nos. 311 and 313 Mission 
Street. A number of tirst-class boilers have been 
built at this establishment during the past year. They 
employ constantly a large number of liands — con- 
suming a large quantity of material. 

There are numerous other establishments engaged 
in the working of metals, viz.: blacksmith shops, 
bi-ass foundries, carriage and wagon smiths, copper- 
smiths, exclusive of those employed iu the precious 
metals. 

Metallurgical Establishments. 
With the constant discovery of new mines in the 
Washoe, Humboldt, and Reese River region, and 
the reclamation of old ones in Mexico, there is of 
course an increased demand for the best methods and 
most complete facilities for reducing and extracting 
the various siimples of rock, produced from thou- 
sands of sources. In order to avail themselves of 
every facility and the improvements which are made 
every day in this department, the owners of these 
mines ship samples of their ore to this city for reduc- 
tion and assay. There are several large establish- 
ments constantly engaged in reducing ores, the most 
extensive of which is the San Francisco Gold and 
Silver Refinery, on Brannan near Seventh. The 
refinery, a substantial brick structure, is one story 
in bight, and sixty feet in width, by one hundred 
and thirty in length. Kellogg, Hewston &. Co. 
proprietors; office 416 Montgomery Street. 

Sugar Befineries. 

SAN FRANCISCO AND PACIFIC SUGAR REFINERY. 

During the year 1862 a new refinery was built, 
brought into successful operation, and merged into 



one concern, with the old estalilished "San Fran- 
cisco Sugar Refining Company." They are incor- 
porated as the "San Francisco and Pacific Sugar 
Company." Capital, |8()(),000. George GorUon, 
Manager; R. Feuerstein, Commercial Agent. 

The buildings of the company are located on the 
comer of Harrison and Eighih streets, and together 
comprise the largest buildings in the State, with the 
exception of the U. S. Forts. The buildings consist 
of a melting house, eighty feet long, forty-five feet 
wide, and six stories high ; a charcoal lank house, 
eighty-five feet long, twenty five feet wide, and 
thirty feet high; a white suirar house, eighty-five 
feet long, fifty feet wide, and six stories high ; a yel- 
low sugar-house, one hundred and twentv-two feet 
long, seventy-five feet wide, and five stories high; a 
bone charcoal factory, one hundred feet long, forty 
feet wide, and thirty feet high ; a boiler house, fifty 
feet square, and twenty-five feet high — with numer- 
ons small buildings on the premises for the repair of 
the machinery, etc. 

The company at present are refining 1,000 tons 
raw sugar monthly ; turning out .5,000 barrels white 
sugar; 'J,.')00 barrels yellow coffiee crushed sugar, 
and 35,000 gallons golden syrup. The works, how- 
ever, with their present macliinery and implements, 
have sufficient capacity to increase this by one-third, 
whenever the consumpiion of refined sugars in the 
State warnuits it. The number of hands employed 
is about two hundred on the premises, besides giving 
work to some fifty more outside. 

BAY SUGAR REFINERY. 

This company have recently erected on the comer 
of Union and Battery streets extensive works for 
the refining of sugar. The machinery used is of the 
most approved description, affording a capacity of 
about 5U,000 pounds per day. 

Home Manufactures. 

SAN FRANCISCO PIONEER WOOLEN FACTORY. 

Incorporated December 2d, 1862. Location, Black 
Point. Capital $300,000. Ileynemann & Co., agents, 
315 and 317 California Street. These mills manu- 
facture all kinds of woolen goods, especially blan- 
kets, cassimeres, tweeds, and flannels. A" great 
portion of the flannels are worked up into gents' 
furnishing goods. The number of persons employed 
are one hundred. Amount of wool used per day is 
3,000 pounds, producing from fifteen to two hundred 
pairs blankets and twenty -five dozen overshirls per 
day. 

MISSION WOOLEN FACTORY. 

Located on Folsom between Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth streets. Lazard &, McLennan, proprietors; 
Lazard Freres, agents. These works were estab- 
lished iu 1861. Number of hands employed at the 
factory are one hundred and forty, and one himdred 
at other places, in connection with the business. 
Amount of wool consumed is 800.000 pounds per 
annum. All qualities and colors of blankets, and all- 
wool flannels of every description — tweeds, cassi- 
meres, and broadcloths, army and navy cloths man- 
ufactured. All these fabrics find a re.idy market 
here, and are superior iu quality to the same line of 
imported goods. 

These works recently have extended their manu- 
facturing facilities, by the completion of an exten- 
sive addition to the main building, thereby affording 
sulficieut room to meet the increasing demand for 
woolen goods on this coast. 

SAN FRANCISCO CORDAGE MANUFACTORY. 

This manufactory, which is located at the Potrero, 
was established in 1856, by Messrs. Flint, Peabody 
& Co., and Messrs. Tubbs & Co.. and has been suc- 
cessfully conducted ever since. The buildings are 
upon the most extensive scale — that used as the rope- 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



47 



walk being fifteen hundred feet in length , the de- 
partment devoted to the spinninfr of the yarn being 
one hundred feet loujt; by forty feet in width. The 
material used is Manilla heuip— regular shipments 
being made for this purpose. Tliis manufactory 
gives constant employment to fifty hands, wiio turn 
out '^,000,0(10 pounds of cordage 'during the year — 
about 6,000 pounds of the raw mateiial being con- 
sumed each day in tiie manufacture. The ollice is 
at Messrs. Tubtis &. Co.'s, 613 Front Street. 

PACIFIC GLASS WORKS. 

The Pacific Glass Company was incorporated 
early in Oct., 186'^. Giles II. Gray, Agent, 6-Jl Clay. 

Tbis company was incorporated with a capital 
stock of §50,000, which was afterwards increased to 
$125,000, and about $10,000 iiave been levied and 
paid in on assessments. The factory is situated on 
a tract of ten acres, purchased by tiie companv, at 
the Potrero. The first bottle was blown June i6th, 
1863. 

These works have been ever since in active ope- 
ration, and is now manufacturing a great variety 
of green, black, and blue bottles, carboys, fruit jars, 
etc., of any desired shade of color or shape, and will 
soon have increased facilities for the manufacture of 
every description of druggists' ware of a superior 
quality ; also lamp chimneys, retorts, telegraph in- 
sulators, and other kinds of "blown and pressed ^lass, 
at a cost below that of imported ware. Private 
molds are manufactured and lettered to order. Twen- 
ty glass blowers are employed. From forty five to 
fifty men and boys receive employment in various 
capacities at the factory. The increase in the various 
manufactured articles* that require bottles — such as 
acids, patent medicines, etc., and for putting up 
pickles, fresh fruits, catsup, mustard, etc., and last, 
but not least, for the great wine-growing interest in 
the State — makes this an important branch of inanu- 
facture for the Pacific Coast. The new tariff on 
wines imported here in bottles, will also work very 
much to the advantage of the company. 

DOW'S DISTILLEllY. 

This establishment is located on Mission Creek, 
between Biannan and Folsom streets, and is the 
largest distillery on the Pacific Coast. Barley, 
wheat, rye, Indian corn, and rice, are used in the 
manufacUne of whisky ; the monthly consumption 
over 1,000,(100 pounds of grain, and production of 
whisky from 611,000 to 7o,000 gallons per month ; 
consumption of coal for fuel, about three hundred 
tons per month. The proprietors have lately altered 
and refitted the whole establishmentand made uiauy 
improvements, among the principal, of which is in 
the furnaces, whereby they are enabled to use the 
Mount Dialilo California coal exclusively, and with 
more success and economy than has been heretofore 
done, thereby enabling them to be independent of 
foreign coals, and keeping the money that has been 
heretofore expended for the imported article, at 
home. They are also rectifiers — the greater por- 
tion of their production is made into pure spirits — 
annually consuming from 6,000 to 7,000 sacks of char- 
coal in lectifying. They also have the only Column 
Still on this coast, for the manufacture of high-proof 
alcohol and spirits — capacity five hundred to six 
hundred gallons of high-piocif alcohol daily. Their 
barrels are made principally of California or Oregon 
white oak, and are made for them at the State 
Prison. In consequence of the partial failure last 
season of the grain crop in this State, the principal 
material now used is the Sandwich Island molasses, 
of which about one hundred barrels per day are 
consumed. 

WIRE ROPE MANUFACTORY. 

This enterprise was established by A. S. Ilallidie 
& Co., and has been in successful operation for sev- 
eral years. The consumers of wire rope are princi- 
^ 



pally the mining and ferry interests of this State and 
Oregon, it being chiefly used for hoisting, pump, 
derrick, ferry, and bridge ropes. The longest wire 
rope made at this manufactory, without splice or 
iouit, was more than one-third of a mile, and three 
inches in circumference. 

These works also manufacture considerable cop- 
per and brass wire rope for sash cords, lightning 
conductore, etc., etc., and iron wire stays for ship- 
ping. 

The manufactory is located at the foot of Taylor 
Street, North lieach. 

CALIFORNIA WIRE WORKS. 

H. T. Graves' Wire Gkwds Manufactory, 412 Clay 
Street, was established in 1853, as the Dennis Wire 
Works, and is one of the oldest manufacturing estab- 
lishments in San Francisco. It is fully adapted to 
the manufacture of every article that wire is used 
for, ^nd in its consumption every style and size of 
wire is called into use — from the finest wire cloth to 
the inch -square coal screens made of three-eighth 
inch wire. 

SOAP. 

A very superior article of home manufacture, by 
J. H. C. Portmann, is turned out in large quantities 
at his works on Mission Creek. Every variety of 
soap now in use can be had at this manufactory, to 
meet the demands of a generous public. 

The Fluctuations of Trade. 
The following table has been prepared for the pur- 
pose of showing the changeable character of our 
business community. Only the leading branches of 
trade have been included, but these may be regarded 
as a fair indication of the whole. The yearly changes 
among the small dealers will not fall short of forty 
per cent, per annum : 



OCCCPATIONS. 



Apothecaries. 

Assayers 

Attorneys. 

Auctioneers. . 

Bakeries 

Bankers 

Bat lis 

Billiard table mak'rs 
Boarding Houses. 

Breweries 

Brokers 

Butchers & Markets 
Cabinet Makers 

Carpenters 

Cigar Dealers, mk'rs 
Clothing and Tailors 
Dress^Makcrs. 

Dry Goods 

Fruits 

Kurniture 

Groceries 

Gunsmiths 

Hair Dressers. 

Hardware 

Hatters 

Liquors, Etc .. 

Lumber 

Merchants, Comniis' 

Milliners 

Painters 

I'hysiciaiis 

rrinting Offices 

Produce 

Kestaurants 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Upholsterers 

Watchm'rs <fe Jew'rs 
Wood and Coal. 











HO 


= S' 


No. 


No. 


No. 


No. 


c re 


?3 


mi. 


18b-2. 


1863. 


1864. 
















Sw 


40 


,51 


,5R 


.57 


15 


4^J 


7 


(> 


14 


13 


3 


10 


31.5 


;f2H 


343 


m 


.54 


317 


•^1 


IH 


18 


26 


4 


n 


«7 


■59 


49 


60 


18 


42 


IK 


IH 


19 


18 




18 


Ift 


1,5 


16 


16 


3 


13 


H 


7 


6 


ft 




5 


SW 


444 


447 


428 


193 


235 


'24 


•23 


•26 


•21 


4 


17 


m 


2I« 


39U 


319 


82 


•237 


•230 


•211 


264 


•245 


7ft 


170 


«:) 


31 


28 


21 


9 


12 


1(19 


93 


79 


91 


,59 


Hi 


m 


1K,5 


1,58 


14.^» 


.59 


84 


2i)« 


290 


304 


332 


130 


'20'2 


XI 


93 


99 


f20 


80 


40 


i;t!) 


rio 


11-2 


114 


•26 


88 


1(1.5 


ri'2 


117 


P27 


66 


61 


.M 


.5H 


49 


6ft 


•26 


:<» 


4-21 


4.53 


460 


490 


106 


.384 


1.5 


13 


11 


11 




n 


l()-2 


9(> 


115 


72 


'23 


49 


»4 


34 


37 


4(1 


4 


36 


21 


24 


2ft 


'27 


4 


23 


1,041 


l,'23l 


1,315 


1,6.54 


5,V2 


1,102 


3.5 


38 


3-2 


;tft 


6 


29 


IHti 


l(i2 


149 


1,59 


1ft 


144 


74 


51 


96 


86 


29 


57 


84 


H7 


90 


89 


18 


71 


•m 


'209 


'2'27 


'238 


53 


ia5 


IH 


'20 


19 


'21 


3 


18 


78 


86 


84 


84 


37 


47 


8B 


89 


90 


84 


'24 


60 


KK 


7H 


60 


56 


V2 


44 


'27 


37 


37 


»fi 


4 


32 


lOK 


leu 


161 


173 


43 


130 


87 


88 


84 


86 


30 


.56 


4,991 


5,300 


5,688 


6,033 


1,869 


4,164 



No. 
1865. 



56 

n 

376 
'29 
68 
19 
21 
S 
544 
'22 
337 
332 
43 
84 
150 
317 
111 
123 
161 
63 
5'23 
15 
107 
44 
29 
1,729 
41 
193 
85 
92 
24S 
26 
106 
94 
.58 
37 
180 
92 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, CHANGES, ETC., 

RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



Adler Bar, merchant, dwl 427 Sacramento 

Alenianm S. M. Co. ottic« 6.V2 Wasliiiigton 

AUardt George F. iicisiHtHUt engineer, Pacific R.R. 

Co. office 409 California, dwl 421 Powell 
Allen A. P. workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 25 

Ronsch 
Altenberg Rosalia Mrs. milliner, 308 Kearny 
AMERICAN FLAG, daily and weekly, Daniel O. 

McCarthy editor and proprietor, office 528 Mont- 
gomery, editorial rooms 517 Clay 
Ames Henry K. foreman with Bardwell & Co. dwl 

NW cor Seventh and Jessie 
Armstrong Martha Mi-s. proprietress Congress House, 

314-322 Bush 
Anthony John, lahorer, dwl 116 Sansom 
Aubry Joseph, trunk maker, 713 Clav 
Aui-aJlou Leon ( Spotorno Sf A.) dwl 507 Merchant 
Austin M. E. (Jennings Sf A.J dwl E s Taylor bet 

Filbert and Union 
Astell S. B. attorney at law, office 9 Court Block 
Ayer Washington, physician, and School Director 

Third District, office 410 Kearny 
Ayres Hiram, news dealer, dwl 121 Bush 

Bacigalupi Theodore, bar keeper, 635 Washing- 
ton, dwl 623 Broadway 
BACON J. S. agent Boston Underwriters (and T. 
H. Sr J' '^- Bacan) office 216 Front, dwl 1 
Vernon Place 
BACON T. H. & J. S. shipping and commission 
merchants and agents Boston Underwriters, 
office 216 Front, res Boston 
Bailey Lewis H. ex-hotel proprietor, dwl 624 Ellis 
Baker Henry (Wilson <f- B.) and cigar inspector 

U. S. Inter. Rev. dwl 23 Moss 
Baker John E. carriages, Russ H, dwl 561 Bryant 
BALLARD (Dnane) Si. HALL (Isaac K.J for- 
warding and commission merchants, 11 Clay 
Ballard Joseph H. discharging clerk, dwl 932 Pac 
Barker Abner H. (Main St. Wkarf Co. J office 708 

Montgomery 
Barnard Edward, policeman, dwl Summer St. House 

Summer nr California 
Barnard I. D. real estate agent, office 824 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Bamstead Thomas D. policeman, dwl 265 Jessie 
Barr Miss, teacher. Fourth St. School, dwl 220 Third 
Barrette M. E. (widow) teacher music and lan- 
guages, dwl 819 Howard 
Barron C. J. grainer, dwl 429 Stevenson 
Barry (John) & Kennedy (J. F.J house and sign 

painters. Union Court nr Kearny 
Battersby James Mrs. dwl 220 Third 
Bechtinger J. physician, office 629 Clay 
Beckwith Edward G. Rev. pastor Third Congrega- 
tional Church, dwl W s Second Av nr Sixteenth 
Beers W. J. Plaza Drug Store, 727 Washington, 

dwl 645 Washington 
Bebncke Otto, laborer, dwl 308 Beale 
Beideman J. C. (estate of) office 240 Montgomery 
BELDEN FRANCIS C. wholesale wine, liquors, 

and teas, 612 Sacramento 
Benjamin Charles E. dwl 1 Garden 
Bennett Oil Co. (San JIateo County) office 622 Clay 
room 11 



Bent Charles, clerk, 415 Commercial, dwl Benton H 
Bernard W. Robert, house and sign painter, 511 

Commercial, dwl 1906 Powell 
Bernhard Sara. H. (Harris Sr B.J dwl 317 Dnpont 
Bert Frederick W. collector, Morning Call, dwl S 8 

Folsom bet Twentieth and Twenty-First 
Berthier A. D. physician, office and dwl 814 Wash 
Bertram Henry, hairdyeing saloon, Stevenson H 
Beseler Charles, mining, dwl 34 Langton 
Best & Belcher M. Co. office Pioneer Building 
Bettman J. J. (A. Hirschf elder ^ Co. J dwl 102 

Stockton 
Bettman Moses, soap dealer, 305 California, dwl 

1110 Powell 
Bianchi Engenio, professor music, 714 Vallejo 
Bibbins Tracy L. collector and general agent, office 

618 Merchant 
Bishop ( D. M.) & Co. (James B. Faitonte) pro- 
prietors The Guide, office 411 Clay 
BlacK George, civil engineer and surveyor, office 
528 Clay, dwl N s Eddy bet Devisidero and 
Broderick 
Bloomer Hii-am G. painter, 414 Merchant, dwl 1402 

Leavenworth 
Bloomer Theodore H. book keeper, 321 Front, dwl 

1402 Leavenworth 
BLOSSOM WILLIAM H. president Sauce M. Co. 
office with R. N. Van Brunt, Stevenson House, 
dwl 725 Pine 
Blumenthal Guido (Greenhood ^ B.J dwl NE cor 

Mission and Ninth 
Boland William H. bookkeeper with James Bro- 

kaw, dwl 54 First 
Bolke Vf\\\\\e\m ( Tintien Sf B.J dwl 316 Ritch 
Bollo & Brother ( Thomas arid Vincent) groceries 
and liquors, SE cor Stockton and Vallejo and 
NW cor Clav and Stockton 
Bollo Vincent (Bollo ^ Brother J dwl NWcor Clay 

and Stockton 
Bonnaud S. jobber dry goods, 511 Sacramento 
Bonney O. sen. collector, dwl 3 Dupont 
Borbeck John, liquor saloon, 404 Market 
Borella AngioDo, groceries and liquors, SE comer 

Cleaveland and Seventh 
Bose John & Co. (Frederick DahnkenJ groceries 

and liquors, NE cor Greenwich and Taylor 
Bosler John (Joseph Genth Sf Co. J dwl 539 Bdwy 
BOSTON UNDERWRITERS, T. H. & J. S. Ba- 
con, agents, office 216 Front 
BOSWELL (S. B.J & SHATTUCK (D. D.J com- 
mission and provision merchants, 317 and 319 
Front, dwl 25 Stockton 
BOSWORTH ( William J & RUSSELL (John B.J 
stock and exchange brokers, office room 5 Don- 
ohoe & Kelly's Building 
BOWERS J. T. importer music and musical instru- 
ments, 138 Montgomery 
Bowman A. S. (Klaus, B. S^ Co.) dwl 728 Mission 
Brackett Cyril H. attorney at law, office 432 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
BRAVERMAN (LouisJ «fe LEVY /^Jo^n; import- 
ers and retailers watches, jewelry, diamonds, 
and silver ware, 621 Wash, dwl 322 Mason 
Breelauer B. cigars and tobacco, 302 Sansom, dwl 
223 Jessie 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC 



49 



Brewer Michael T. (Laws, B. Sf Co.) dwl 22 Lang- 
ton 

Brimbleconi Siimnel A/ poultry, 505 Merchant, dwl 
18 Soulh Park ; 

Broderick (John C.) &; Raphall (James M.) attor- 
neys at law, ottice 614 Mercliaiit 

Brooks Robert P. hairdressin^r saloon, 302 Kearny, 
dwl NE cor Filbert and Dupont 

Brooks Thomas H. fNewhnU Sf B.J dwl 310 Jessie 

BROVVELL JEREMIAH, contractor and builder, 
530 Clay, dwl 3:22 Lombard 

Brower A. J. saloon, 543 Jackson, dwl 532 Green 

BROWN EDGAR O. real estate agent, office 327 
Commercial 

BROWN HARVEY S. attorney at law, office 327 
Commercial, dwl 1309 Powell 

Brown M. J. Mrs. dress maker, 426 Kearny 

Brown Sedley Mrs. actress, MetropolitanTheater, 
dwl 504 Dnpont 

Browne J. Ross, office and dwl 85 Mont Block 

BRUNS CHRISTIAN, physician, office 434 Cali- 
fornia, and drugs and medicines, 429 California, 
dwl cor Taylor and Greenwich 

Buckholdt Henrv, seaman, dwl 26 Sacramento 

Buckingham T. 'H. boot manufacturer, 416 Battery 

Bullock W. H. attorney at law and proctor in ad- 
miralty, office 502 Montgomery 

BURCKHARDT (Ma.rJ & HAAS (Jacob) im- 
porters and dealers in liquors, 130 Third, dwl 
1311 Stockton 

Burfiend John, bar keeper. Railroad Exchange, 
dwl SW cor Powell and Francisco 

Burke M. & Brother ( William Burke) produce 
commission, E s Drumm bet Clay and Sacra- 
mento, dwl NW cor Sixth and Brannan 

Burks Charles I. carnenter, 108 Leidesdortf, dwl SE 
cor Second and Market 

Burns John H. (Maguire Sc B. Virginia Cily) 
dwl 917 Stockton 

Butler Charles, dwl 913 Clay 

Butler Matthew (Dyer, Rokohl Sf B.) dwl 867 
Folsom 

Butler William M. porter with E. G. Mathewa & 
Co. dwl 1015 Mason 

Cadiz Joseph G. translator and accountant, 536 

Washington, dwl 224 Second 
CAHN (A.) Si. CO. (I. F. Block, Leon Cahn, and 

H. F. Block) wholesale groceries and liquors, 

Portland, Oregon, office 409 California, dwl 547 

Folsom 
Caldwell E. office 618 Merchant 
CALIFORNIA BUILDING AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY, office 405 and 407 California 
Callahan John, bar keeper with John Keenan, SW 

cor First and Stevenson 
Calvert William, dentist, office and dwl 19 Post 
Campbell A. D. boot maker with Holcombe Bros. 

& Co.'dwl SW cor Dupont and Broadway 
CAPITOL FLOURING AND FEED MILLS, 

Mai lory, Leihy & Co. proptrs, 115 Commercial 
CAROLIN ^Jnwex; & McARDLE (Patrick) Sun 

Burst Liq^uor Saloon, SE cor Market and Second 
Carpenter William L. policeman, dwl S s Bernard 

bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Carr M. D. &, Co. (Andrew J. Barkley and A. C. 

Johnson) book and job printing, 411 Clay, dwl 

1016 Pine 
Carrington H. dwl 506 Kearny 
Carroll James, clerk, 720 Montgomery, dwl NE cor 

Montgomery and Pacihc 
Carson William (Dolbeer <^ C^ res Eureka, Hum- 
boldt Co 
Casanova Eugene, porter, 419 Jackson, dwl 1115 

Montgomery 
Cassiu Francis, wholesale liquors and manufacturer 

cordials and bitters, 520 Front, dwl 42 Natoma 
Catlin B. T. late adjutant 8lh Infantry, C. V. dwl 

1 Garden 



CAZNEAU THOMAS N. despacheur Under- 
writers' Rooms, 436 California, dwl E s Thir- 
teenth nr Howard 
Central S. M. Co. office Pioneer Building 
Cerutti Giovanni B. consul for Italy, office and dwl 

907 Jackson 
Chabot Remie, sewer pipe manufacturer, office 813 

Montgomery, dwl CosmopolitJin Hotel 
Chamberlain A. J. book keeper with Charles Mc- 

Cormick, U. S. A. 410 Kearny 
Chamberlin Edwin, clerk, dwl 1110 Clay 
Chamberlin Joseph P. Congress Hall Exchange Sa- 
loon, 318 Bush, dwl 18 Tehama 
Chapman Henry ( Hopps Sj- C.) 628 Commercial 
Chappclle Peter, liquor saloon, 611 Jac.kson 
CHARTER OAK INSURANCE CO. Hartford, 

Henry P. Coon agent, office 2 City Hall 
Chase James B. ( DcVries Sf- C.) dwl E s Mason 

bet Broadway and Vallejo 
CHAUVIN O. agent Union Maritime Society, 

France, 730 Montgomery, dwl 8::22 Pacific 
Cherry John W. sign painter, 626 Commercial, dwl 

E 8 Hyde bet Green and Union 
Christie Daniel, furnished rooms, 720 Mnrket 
Churchward James, coniectionery, 442 Third 
Clees P. billiard table manufacturer, 515 Jackson 
Coffin Charles G. butcher, dwl NW cor Greenwich 

and Jackson 
Cohen Angelo, mining secretary, 652 Washington, 

dwl 715 Pine 
Cohen (Isidore) Si. Mickales (Jacob) pawnbrokers, 

650 Market, dwl 226 Fourth 
Cohen James, tailor, 1007 Folsom 
Cohen J. & Brother (Jonax Cohen) clothing, Vir- 
ginia City, office 307 Battery 
Cohn Isaac {J. Sf 1. Cohn) dwl 731 Folsom 
Cohn J. &. I. wholesale clothing and dry goods, 226 

Battery, dwl 731 Folsom 
Cookesley T. H. (Green ^ C.) dwl Railroad House 
Cole Elvin N. ( Tolfori Jj- C.) dwl NE cor Union 

and Mason 
Coleman M. Mrs. dress and cloak maker, 402 Kearny 
Coles Thorn, engineer, dwl 416 Stevenson 
Collins John W. clerk with Tax Collector, City 

Hall, dwl 932 Pacitic 
COMMISSIONERS FOR WIDENING KEAR- 
NY STREET, office 410 Kearny 
Congress Hall, William Shiel proprietor. 320 Bush 
Connell David, commission agent, 647 Sacramento, 

dwl 4 Drumm 
Conner Edward, clerk, d wl N s Brvant nr Grove Av 
Cook A. W. (A. H. Todd Sr Co.) dwl 540 Folsom 
Corner C. W. assistant melter, U. S. Branch Mint, 

and boots and shoes, 26 Fourth, dwl 42 Moss 
Coulon A. teacher dmwing, 410 Kearny 
CO WEN ( William J.) & VANDERBILT (J. H.) 
Temple Saloon, NW cor Montgomery and Post 
CRAIG WILLIAM, wholesale and retail wines 

and liquors, 905 Dupont, dwl 25 John 
Crandall Henry B. teacuer. Deaf and Dumb Insti- 
tute, dwl 436 Minna 
Crawhall John, clerk. 23 San, dwl 611 Greenwich 
Crocker J. H. (E. L Smith) dwl 102 Powell 
Crosby Daniel A. assistant librarian Mercantile 

Library, dwl 1009 Powell 
Crosett J. L. Sc Co. produce commission, 225 Clay 
Cullen W. express wagon, dwl S s Sutter nr Larkin 
CUNNINGHAM (J. S.) & READY ( Thomas G.) 
accountants and general agents. 519 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 39 Natoma 
Cunningham Z. H. blacksmith, 581 Market, dwl 173 

Clara 
Curran Bernard, merchant tailor, 206 Bush, dwl 201 

Powell 
Currier C. H. pump and block maker, 28 Market, 

dwl 516 Minna 
Curtice Samuel (Haskell 4- C.) 420 California 
Cutter Thomas A. (Deming Sr Co. and Mt)ler <J> 
Co.) dwl W 8 Hyde bet Pine and California 



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Dahn-ken Frederick fBoic Sjr D.) dwl NE cor 

Cliiv hik) l)Hvi« 
Duim Afartiii Van Hiiren, policeman, dwl NE cor 

nioiKivviiy uiid I'olk 
DANKUl F. &, CO. (Henry Cananovn) importers 
iind jobbei'H wines an<i liquura, G15 uud 617 
Front, dwl 732 Union 
Darrow Henry, rarnenter. dwl ()2G Kenniy 
DavJH John S! ((ioliUmith S^ D.J dwl N 8 Freelon 

hft Tliird an<l Fourth 
DkCASTKO FKRDIXANDOS, oculist and auriet, 

o(iii-o (i Slonigoniery 
Dellapi John, professor music, 714 Vallejo 
DeSe(jueira A. L. teai-lier ))enmunship and book 

keepinir, 204 Montvromerv 
DEAXK CHARLES T. physician, office 314 Bush, 

dwl l-2\ Bush 
Decker iMartin ( Lozier Sf D.j 'iiil Bush 
Deniiian ilanies, principal Denman Grammar School, 

<lwl X\V cor Bnsli and Taylor 
Devereux William, liar keeper, 543 Jackson 
Dewing Francis & Co. jreneral subscription agents, 

5Ui) Sacramento, dwl 1048 Folsom 
Difjurs Montj<oniery, farmer, dwl 'ioO Clara 
Dillon James, iitjuorsaloon, 671 Market, dwl ISThird 
DIXON CLEMENT, wines and liquors, Sa Sum- 
mer nr Monttfomery 
Doane Silas F. printer^ dwl 503 Dupont 
Doane Wilbur G. salesman with J. W.Davidson & 

Co. ()0!t Saci'auiento 
DOLBEEK (<7«/(«>& CARSON (William) Hum- 
boldt lumber dealers, 36 Stewart, dwl Kuss H 
Donnelly Mary Mrs. fruit, NE cor Silver and Fourth 
Doreey James P. bar keeper with Clement Dixou, 

dwl SW cor Second and Jessie 
Doutfherty John, soap stone mills, 311 Market 
DOYLE WILLIAM H. ship broker and commis- 
sion agent, oftice 4"23 Wash, dwl 48Natoma 
Drummond W. W. attorney at law, room 22 Ex- 
change Building 
Dubourque E. &. Co. (Jules St. Denis and Gustave 
SoHcazeJ house and sign painters, 839 Dupont, 
dwl W 8 Pacific Alley, bet Dupont and Stock 
Duffield George W. policeman, dwl 333 Vallejo 
Duisenberg Charles A. C. Consul for Bremen, office 

216 Front 
DUISENBERG CHARLES & CO. importers and 
commission merchants, 216 Front, dwl SE cor 
Harri.son and Sixth 
Dundas Tbos. Senate Liquor Saloon, 326 Pine, dwl 

56it Howard 
Dnnlap J. D. accountant, dwl 131 Montgomery 
DUTTON HENRY & SON (Henry Dntton Jr.) 
hay and grain. Pier 7 Stewai-t, dwl N s Suiter 
bet Scott and Devisidero 
Dutton Henry jr. (Henry Dutton 8f Son) dwl N s 

Sutter bet Scott and Devisidero 
DYER rSamnel R.) ROKOHL^Z).; & BUTLER 
(M.) auctioneers and commission merchants, 
NE cor Montgomery and Pine, dwl 625 Post 

Eari. John O. NE cor Montgomery and Jackson 

Eiistland A. J. dwl 225 Geary 

EATON J. A. & CO. agents North America Life 

Insurance Co. office 240 Mont dwl 803 Masou 
Eel River Oil Co. office 436 Jackson 
Ehmann (Henry) & Seidenstricker (Frederick) 

beer saloon, SW cor Montgomery and Summer 
Eldredge K. C. merchant, offic« NE cor Front and 

Pine, dwl 809 Jackson 
Elwell Frank, merchant tailor, 316 Bush 
EMERY' CHARLES G. importer and jobber cigars 

and leaf tobacco, 518 Battery, dwl 334 Brannan 
EMORY' F. A. general agent Liverpool, New York, 

and Philadelphia S. S. Co. office 302 Jlontgom- 

ery, dwl NW cor Dnpont and Geary 
Estreni Joseph, clothing, 822 Kearny 
EVANGEL, Stephen Hilton editor and proprietor, 

office 528 Clay, dwl 25 Moss 



FAIRBANKS & HUTCHINSON (H. L.) scales, 

334 Montgomery 
Faitoute James B. (Bixhop Sf Co.) office 411 Clay 
Ferris David C. stock broKer, 16 Exchange Build- 
ing, dwl 2.50 Clementina 
Finch VV. H. &. Co. boots and shoes, 133 Iklontgom- 

erv, dwl Occidental Hotel 
Finn kdward, teamster, Stewart St. Wharf, dwl 

Zoe Place 
B'ish (Franklin) Shclian (John) &. Co. intelligence 

office, .■>22 .Aloiitgonierv 
Fitzgerald Thomas S. dwl with A. T. Ruthrauff, E s 

Garden nr Brvant 
Fleming H. B. Captain, U. S. A., Provost Marshal, 

office 414 Washington bet Battery and Sansom, 

dwl Virginia Block cor Pacific and Stockton 
FLETCHER ARTEMUS T. agent New York 

Board Underwriters, office 216 Front, dwl 912 

Pine 
Fotrarty Henry P. policeman, dwl 136 Fourth, rear 
Folger Henry, cleric, NE cor Montgomery and Pine 
Folks S. (Wolff &■ Folks, San Bernardino) office 

207 Battery, dwl 333 Tehama 
FONDA ALf'RED, auctioneer and commission 

merchant, 415 Commercial 
Forrer Julius, ornamental trees, etc.. Gates' Nursery, 

NW cor Fillmore and Post 
Fortune H. W. mining stocks, 605 Montgomery, dwl 

1025 Post 
Foster Enoch (J. Foster ^ Co.) res Boston 
Foster J. & Co. (Enoch Foster) importers and 

manufacturers furniture, etc. 314 Piue, dwl 730 

Sutter 
Fox John W. physician, office and dwl 12 Mont 
Franco-American Commercial Co. J. A. Getze, F. 

C. Hagedorn, John Bioren, W. II. Clay, and P. 

A. Gentze, trustees, office 215 Bush 
Friedel (Henry) &. Co. soap manufacturer, Brannan 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Friend George, porter, dwl S s Tyler nr Buchanan 
Frirrchs Henry (John Stock ^ Co.) dwl 627 Pac 

Gagek James H. secretary, office 519 Montgomery, 

dwl Twentieth nr Valencia 
Garcelon Harvey, carpenter, Miners' Foundry, dwl 

S 8 Tyler bet Buchanan and Fillmore 
Gardenier Henry, policemau, dwl Oak bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Gardiner George D. clerk with R. B. Gray & Co. 

dwl 218 Seventh 
Garland W. D. broker, office 618 Merchant 
Geinsheimer Gabriel (S. Goldsmith iSf Co.) dwl 

Lick House 
GENTH JOSEPH & CO. (John Bosler) whole- 

ssile butchers and packers, 539 Broadway, dwl 

15 Sutter 
Gerhardy Charles (Dudley 4- G.) dwl 2 Milton PI 
Gibb GaVen J. W. & Co. (G. IV. CorbcU) importers 

and dealers paints, oils, glass, etc. 527 Kearny, 

and Pacific Color Works foot Taylor, dwl 828 

California 
Gibbs John, machinist, dwl 47 Natoma 
Gihou Thomas, engraver, 613 Sacramento 
Gillingham Charles, physician, office 6.55 Wash 
Gird Richard, civil engineer, office 405 Front 
GLADWIN BROTHERS ( IV. H. and G. S.) real 

estate and money brokers, 604 Montgomery, 

dwl 336 Brannan 
Gladwin George S. (Gladuin'Bros.) dwl N s How- 
ard bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
GLASER CHARLES & CO. dealers dry goods, 

hosiery, and Y'aukee notions, 207 Battery, dwl 

568 Mission 
Glidden Albert M. ship builder, dwl N s Turk bet 

Laguna and Buchanan 
Godoy Jo86 A. consul Republic Mexico, office and 

dwl 517 Bush 
Goffin Adolph, liquor saloon, 12 Fourth 
Goldberg Caroline Mme, millinery, 5 Montgomery 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC 



51 



Golden William T. groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Folsoni and Eijfhtii 

Gk>ld6mit.h fjotmlhan G.) «k Davis (John S.J auc- 
tioneers, 6 Fourth, (hvj 317 Harrison 

Goldsmith S. & Co. f Gabriel Geinxheimer) fancy 
pooils, 19 Montjfomery, dwl '22b Stevenson 

GOMElt N. B. druj^rgiht and apothecary, SW cor 
Valencia and Sixteenth 

Govovieh Pedro, actor, dwl 249 Jessie 

Goodsell D. C. M. contractor, dwl 429 First 

Graham , dwl 225 Clay 

Green Thomas, physician, office NE cor Market and 
Montgomery 

GREEN (C. B.) &. COOKESLEY rT. H.J pro- 
prietors Railroad House, 318 and 320 Com 

Greenhood (IsaacJ & Blumenthal (Guido) Metro- 

SolitiUi Match Factory, NE cor Mission and 
inth, office and depot NE corner Kearny and 
Broadway 

Gromotka Vincent (Kuhne Sf G.J dwl 717 Clay 

Gros Edward, druggist, SE cor Green and Stock- 
ton, dwl 831) California 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE CO. 
J. W. J. Pierson, agent, 118 Montgomery 

GRUBER FERDINAND, naturalist, 626 Califor- 
nia, dwl S 8 Hayes bet Gough and Octavia 

Grush J. II. &. Co. hat and bonnet block makers, 
121 Fremont 

GUIDE (weekly) Bishop & Co. proprietors, office 
411 Clay 

GUIDE BOOK of the Pacific,office 405 Front 

Guiraud Emily Madame, dress maker, 406 Dupont 

Guisti AInhonso, fruits, 823 Dupont 

GUNN WILLIAM J. real estate agent and secre- 
tary homestead associations, otfice 502 Wash- 
ingt(m, dwl 212 Turk 

Gurnee C. attorney at law, office 76 Mont Block 

Haas Jacob fBurckhardt cf- H.J dwl 113 Silver 

Hagertv .lames, boot maker, 819 Clay 

HAIGflT (Henry H.J & VIEM^O^ ( WiUiam MJ 
attorneys at law, office NE cor Montgomery 
and Pine, rooms 3-6, dwl NEcor Mason and Pac 

HALLOCK J. Y. &- CO. (Christian ChristianseuJ 
commission merchants, SW corner Front and 
Jackson 

Hamlin (Jeorge, salesman, 611 Montgomery, dwl 2 
Martha Place 

Hammond James, clerk, dwl 1216 Taylor 

Hammond William, gents' furnishing goods and tai- 
lors' trimmings, 321 Bush 

HARDY J. importer and retailer books and station- 
ery, 138 Mont, res Oakland 

Harned Alexander, mining stocks, dwl 814 Lombard 

Harris (KherJ &, Bernhard (Samuel H.) fruits and 
vegetables, stall 25 Metropolitan Market, dwl 
16t) Tehama 

HARRIS JAMES, trunk maker, 425 California, 
factory 639 Market 

HARRISON S. L. auctioneer and commission mer- 
chant, 23 Sansom, dwl 831 California 

Hart Jesse, bricklayer, dwl 116 Sansom 

Haskell ( [VilliamJ &. Curtice (SamuclJ paper 
hangers, 420 California 

Hayes Jacob F. (Lipman 4- H.J dwl .529 Piue 

Hays W. W. physician, office 735 Clay 

HEALTH OFFICE, City and County, room 15 
second floor City Hall 

Heath (li. W.J & Langhome (M. S.J Virginia to- 
bacco agency, 609 Front 

Heilshom J. H. office 769 JIarket 

Henry (C. D.J &l Watson (S. T.J painters, 535 
Market, bds 4 O'Farrell 

Heringhi Bernard, watch maker and jeweler, 826 
Kearny, dwl 723 O'lTarrell 

Hinchman'H. E. Miss, millinery, 6 Post 

Hinchman T. W. stock and exchange broker, dwl 
E 8 Hyde bet Clay and Washington 

Hinckley L. M. blacksmith, dwl 116 Sansom 



Hoffman Gottlieb, stencil plate cutter, 327 Commer- 
cial, dwl 518 Pacific 

IIoflTman John I), civil engineer and assistant U. S. 
Engineers, office 728 Mont, res Oaklui\d 

Hofnmn Adolpli, mining, dwl 34 Lamrton 

Holbrook C. E. physician, office 320 Keaniy 

Holdredge S. M. pnblisher Guide Book of the Pa- 
cific, office 405 Front, dwl 639 Market 

Holz Louis, stationery, 318 Sansom, dwl St. Nicholas 
Hotel 

HOOPER GEORGE F. shipping and commi.ssion 
merchant and agent Colorado River Line Pack- 
ets, office 327 Front, dwl 413 Second 

Hopps (Frank W.J & Chapman (HenryJ house, 
sign, and ornamental painters, 628 Commercial 

House Jonathan, fruits, 30 Fourth 

Hovet Henry R. clerk with J. Van Doren, dwl NE 
cor Bush and Mason 

Howe E. L. with Occidental Insurance Co. Steven- 
son House 

Howard E. T. dwl 913 Clay ' 

Howard I. J. Jlrs. manufacturer ladies' supporters, 
410 Kearny 

Hubbard Charles G. attorney at law, 34 Exchange 
Building 

Hubbard L. physician, office and dwl 324 Kearny 

Hubbs Anthony, clerk, San Francisco Directory 
Office, dwl 908 Broadway 

Hurley M. E. Miss, dress maker, 615 Sacramento 

Hutchinson H. L. (Fairbanks £(■ H.) scales, 334 
Montgomery 

Hyde James T. "physician and druggist, SWcor Fol- 
som and Fremont 

Igel Louis, confectionery, 1319 Stockton 

Imbourg Charles, vetermary surgeon, office 403 

Kearny 
Ingham Richard, policeman, dwl 229 Jessie 
IRISH PEOPLE (weekly) office 29 Government H 
IRWIN SAMUEL M. & CO. plasterers, office 706 

Mission 
Isson Sum'l, ^vatch maker and jeweler, 1014 Dupont 

SACO'RY, (A.J coma (I. H.J & SON (Richard 
C'o/j7ty general commission and dealers Eastern 
produce, 308 Clay 

Jacquemot J. carpenter, 814 Sacramento 

JENNINGS (A. A.J &. AUSTIN (M. E.J whole- 
sale groceries, 223 Sacramento 

Jessup , dwl 220 Third 

Johnson Asaliel C. Cil7. D. Carr c^- Co.J dwl NW 
cor Union and Leavenw-orth 

Johnson Elihu, attorney at law, office 618 Merchant 

Johnson John, cook, dwl 1305 Powell 

Jones W. G. (Parker ^' J.J 532 California 

JORDAN ALBERT H. architect, office 410 Kearny, 
res San Mateo 

JORDAN L. J. proprietor Pacific Museum, "320 
Montgomery, dwl 211 Geary 

Kai-tschmidt Oscar, artist, studio 410 Kearny 
Kautmann Adam, shoe maker, 216 Pacific 
Kavanagh James, policeman, dwl 25 Clementina 
Keenan John, liquor saloon, SW cor First and Ste 

venson 
Keil William (Lehe ^- K.J dwl 57 Jessie 
Keyes John A. carpenter, dwl 1025 Pacific 
Kimball Charles P. real estate agent and house 

broker, 629 Market opposite Montgomery 
King Charles J. clerk with John Sime &. Co. dwl 

913 Clay 
King William F. clerk with John Sime & Co. dwl 

913 Clay 
Kip W. Ingraham Rt. Rev. D.D. Episcopal Bishop, 

Rector Grace Cathedral, dwl 338 Second 
Kirknatrick C. A. physician, office 6 Armory Hall, 

dwl 1 Garden 
Klebs Alexander, wholesale wines and liquors, 

1023 Dupont, dwl 518 Filbert 



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KOHLER & FROULmO (Charles Kohler,OUo 
Sc/imitz, and Henry KoklerJ wine growers 
and (le:ilei'8 niilive wines, 626 Moutgumery, dwl 
1313 Stockton 

Koliler (HJ & Maier (Charles) retail boots and 
bIiocs, 830 Kearny 

Kohler Henry (Kohler ^' Frohiing) res Los An- 
geles 

Krnnse Anna Mrs. millinery, 37 Second 

KUHNE ARNOLD, music teacher.offlce 613 Clav, 
dwl III 4 Stockton 

Kiihne (Willinm) & Gromotka (Vincent) singing 
birds, etc. 717 Clay 

Kustel Quido, mining, dwl 34 Langton 

Ladd M. J. Mrs. teacher music, dwl 718 Stockton 
Lagutha Domingo, seaman, dwl 126 Sacramento 
Lake Henry, New York Oyster and Coffee Saloon, 

i.'58 First 
Lamping L. G. tinsmith, 4 Sansom cor Market 
LANGEUMANN WILLIAM, merchant, office 519 

Montgomery, dwl 1707 Stockton 
Langhoriie M. S. (Heath Sf L.) res Lynchburg, Va 
Langiey Charles, seaman, dwl 26 Sacramento 
Larkin Frank R. agent Larkiu estate, office 302 

Montgomery, dwl 1116 Stockton 
Lareen P. C. watch maker, dwl 928 Pine 
LASKY (Levi) & LAMSON (George F.) auction- 
eers and commission merchants, 524 California, 

dwl 673 Harrison 
LAWS, (Jeremiah) BREWER (Michael T.) & 

CO. general agents subscription books, office 

409 Jackson and 621 Sansom, dwl E s Gilbert 

nr Brannan 
LaAvson William, seaman, dwl 26 Sacramento 
Lehe (E.) & Keil ( Wm.) cigars and tobacco, SE 

cor Second and Market 
Leihy G. W. (Mnllory, L. 4- Co.) 115 Commercial 
Lekens Louis, saloon, 541 Jackson 
Leopold Henry, importer and dealer birds and cages, 

106 Montgomery 
Leopold Heniy, waiter, dwl 26 Sacramento 
Lester J. W. ( Watcrhouse Sf L.) res New York 
Lester Lisle Miss, dwl 327 Bush 
Letcher Giles C. assistant register clerk, Twelfth 

District Court, dwl 734 Mission 
Levy S & Co. produce commission, 225 Washington 
LIMBERG GEORGE T. attorney at law, office 

302 Montgomery, dwl 369 Jessie 
Lindeman F. L. bakery and confectionery, 964 

Pole'Om 

LINDLEY CHARLES, attorney at law and so- 
licitor in chancery, office Donohoe, Kelly & 
Co.'s Building room 1 SE cor Mont and Sac 

Lipman Charles F. dwl 872 Alission 

Lipman (Joseph) & Hayes (Jacob) hairdressing 
saloon, 403 Pine 

Lipman Simon W. hairdresser with Lipman & 
Hayes, dwl 529 Pine 

Littler Charles W. auctioneer with J. R. Stewart & 
Co. dwl NE cor Natoma and Sixth 

Loane John M. agent B. D. Wilson &. Son's Cali- 
fornia wines and brandies, SE cor First and 
Market, dwl NE cor Fifth and Clara 

Loehr George W. miner, dwl 26 Sacramento 

Loheide Mary M. (widow) dwl 26 Fourth 

Lord C. S. (Nudd, L. Sf Co.) dwl Oak Avenue nr 
Harrison 

Lord F. chiropodist, 637 Washington 

Low Joseph W. merchant, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

LOZIER (Peter) &. DECKER (Martin) bowling 
saloon, 221 Bush 

Lynch Patrick, liquor saloon, 413 Pine 

Maas John 6. groceries and liquors, SE cor Fremont 

and Howard 
Mabes August, shoe maker with C. W. Cornor, 26 

Fourth 
Macdougall W. J. music teacher, dwl 655 Wash 



Mace A. A. attorney at law, office 21 Court Block 
third Hoor 

MAGINNIS E. & CO. produce, 503 Sansom, dwl 
112 Austin 

Magnire T. G. book keeper, Union Foundry, dwl 22 
Tehama 

Maier Charles (Kohler Sf- M.J dwl 830 Keamv 

MALLORY, (A. P.) LKIHY (G. VV.) & CO. pro- 
prietors Capitol Flouring and Feed Mills, 115 
Commercial, dwl 8 Mary 

Mandot J. &. Co. stock and money brokers, office 
619 Washington 

Manna A. dwl 834 Clay 

Mansur J. saletiman with J. G. Hodge, dwl 1009 
Powell 

MARSH, (A. Judson) PILSBURY (C. J.) &, CO. 
hardware, tools, and metals, NE cor Front and 
Pine, dwl SW cor Stockton and Jackson 

MARTENS F. &, CO. (John Qiiinn) liquor saloon, 
421 Commercial, dwl 712 Washington 

Martin Abraham, wholesale groceries, etc. 214 Sac- 
ramento, dwl 31.') Clementina 

MARTIN (Henry) & CO. (J. F. Greenman) deal- 
ers copper and other ores, SW cor Montgomery 
and California 

Martin M. S. stock broker, 16 Exchange Building, 
dwl 625 Harrison 

Martin Susan Mias, dress maker, 45 Stevenson 

Mayers Henry, clerk, dwl 1109 Clay 

Mayrisch Gustave (Engelbrecht £(■ Afayrisck Bros.) 
dwl 434 Minna 

McAllister H. & C. attomeya at law, office 
540 Clay, dwl 419 First 

McClelland J. a. & CO. produce commission, 
123 Clay, dwl W s Hyde bet Filbert and Green- 
wich 

Mccormick CHARLES, surgeon U. S. a. medi- 
cal director Department California, office 410 
Kearny, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

McCullough (Patrick) &. Ferris (David) Arcade 
Saloon, 158 Stewart 

McDonald John, employ^. Opera House, dwl Bay 
State House 

McGrew William, attorney at law, office Valencia 
nr Sixteenth, dwl First Avenue bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth 

McKENNA J. P. & CO. packers and curers hams, 
bacon, lard, etc. W s Garden bet Harrison and 
Bryant and NE cor Harrison and Sixth 

McKenty A. Jackson, office 605 Washington 

McKeon Patrick, laborer, dwl S a Cleaveland nr 
Seventh 

McKinley B. F. laborer, dwl 11^ Sansom 

McManus Thomas, Broadway Exchange Saloon, 5 
Broadway 

McNULTY J. M. physician and health officer City 
and County, office 314 Bush, dwl 222 Post 

McQUAID JOHN A. attorney at law, office 649 
Clay, dwl 718 Howard 

Mc Williams William, policeman, dwl 540 Howard 

Meacham D. K. keeper Greenwich Dock Ware- 
house, dwl N s Ellis bet Polk and Van Ness Av 

Mead ( William C.) &. Son (Charles H. Mead jr.) 
saddles and harness, 224 Sansom, dwl 436 Minna 

MEAGHER, (Philip) TAAFFE (William P.) &. 
CO. importers and wholesale dry goods, furnish- 
ing goods, etc. 107 Battery, and retail 9 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Michaels Benjamin K. book keeper with Ware &■ 
Mosher, dwl 127 Fourth 

Mickales Jacob (Cohen 4- M.) dwl 650 Market 

MILLER J. F. collector port San Francisco, office 
Custom House third floor, dwl Occidental Hotel 

Miller John F. attorney at law, office 204 Mont 

Mitchell George H. book keeper with W. M. Hixon 
& Co. dwl 122 Geary 

Moffit A. B. &, Co. seeds, 204 Washington 

Moneypenuy (Charles) & Mason (William) gro- 
ceries and liquors, 136 Natoma 



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53 



Moody S. S. clerk U. S. Bonded Warehouse, dw 1220 

Third 
Mooney Bedelia Mies, proprietress Niantic Hotel, 

N W cor Clav and Sansom 
Moore B. P. furniture, 314 Pine, dwl W s Hyde bet 

Eddy and Turk 
Moore James, policeman, dwl 222 Fremont 
Morehouse George VV. clerk with J. VanDoren, 

dwl 527 Geary 
Morse A. C collector S. F. Benevolent Association, 

office 410 Pine, dwl 449^ Minna 
Morshead Philip, Long Island Livery and Sale 

Stable, 233 Bush 
Mosher Daniel ( Ware 8c M.) dwl 18 Stockton 
Miiller Jens, Vulcan Saloon, SE-cor Fremont and 

Mission 
Murdock A. H. stock broker, 621 Montgomery, dwl 

530 Howard 
Murdock C. A. clerk, 604 Mont, dwl 530 Howard 
Murdock G. H. clerk with Dodge &. Phillips, dwl 

530 Howard 

NATIONAL LIFE AND TRAVELERS' INSUR- 
ANCE CO. Fmncis Schultze agent, office NE 
cor Clay and Battery 

Needham John (Nvedham Sc Co.) 763 Market 

NEEDHAM ( W. L.j & CO. (J. Needham) Washoe 
Stable, 769 Market, dwl 660 Howard 

NEW YORK BOARD UNDERWRITERS, office 
216 Fi-ont, Artemus T. Flet^'her ajrent 

NEWHALL,^ HW/V7TO M.) & BROOKS /TAomas 
H.) auction and commission merchants, 722 
Montgomery 

Nicolaus fjnliux) Si, Oester f Charles) blacksmith- 
ing, 1!* Fremont 

Nolan Thomas, policeman, dwl SE cor Pacific and 

NUDD, CA. D.J LORD fC S.) & CO. wholesale 
liquors, 410 Front, dwl Occidental Hotel 

O'Brien Thomas, groceries and liquors, 12J Fourth 
O'Donnell Charles, physician, office S37 California 
O'Reilly James, fruits and vegetables, dwl N side 

Jessie bet Seventh and Eighth 
Olmsted John C. salesman with A. Roman & Co. 

417 Montgomery, dwl 734 Mission 

Pardow George, mining secretary, office 53 Mont- 

Jfomery Block, dwl SW cor Stock and Lombard 
ow George jr. photographic printer with Addis 
& Koch, dwl SW cor Stockton and Lombard 

PARKER A/. M ) & JONES ,^1F. G.J livery and 
sale stable, 532 California cor Webb 

Paster Sanmel E. liquor saloon, 518^ Battery, dwl 
536 Howard 

PATRICK H. C. publisher and proprietor Record, 
538 Market 

Patterson James, Placerville Soap Stone Factory, 
office 420 Market 

Peake John, drug clerk, cor First and Howard 

Peiser S. clothing, 230 Montgomery 

Pennie James C. cooper, dwl 1107 Clay 

Perkins Daniel E. seeds, etc. 216 Wash', res Oakland 

Petfit , dwl 626 California 

PIERSON J. W. J. agent Groverfc Baker Sewing 
Machine, 118 Montgomery, dwl 705 Greenwich 

Pierson William M. (Hai)fht if P.) attorney at law, 
office NE cor Mont and Pine, dwl 110 Alason 

PIPER EVELINE Mrs. dress maker and manu- 
facturer gents' shirts and collars, 624 Market 

Piper Walter J. H. special policeman, dwl 624 
Market 

Poole Spencer, policeman, dwl 928 Clay 

Pratt Henry, ninier, dwl 171 Clara 

Price Charles E. conductor. North Beach & M. R. 
R. Co 

PROCUREUR (A. P.) & WENZEL (Edward) 
watch case and jewelry engravers, 621 Wash- 
ington, dwl S 8 Hayes bet Franklin and Gough 



Quick John W. San Francisco Screen Works, 137 

and 139 First, dwl 673 Mission 
Qninlan John, helper. Pacific Foundry, dwl N 8 

Clara bet Fourth and Fifth 
Quinn John (F. Martens Sf Co.) dwl 712 Wash 

Raimer Edward L. nursery, cor Folsom and Twen- 
ty-Second 
RANDALL A. G. real eetat« and monetary agent, 

office 504 Battery 
Ranft Henrv, book keeper with Jacoby Kohn & Son 
RANSOM LEANDER, State land locating agent, 

office 625 Merchant, dwl 105 Mason 
Ransom Samuel f Smith Sf R.) dwl 748 Harrison 
Ready Thomas G. (Cnnningham 6f R.) dwl SW 

cor Stockton and Washington 
RECORD (weekly) H. C. Patrick publisher and 

proprietor, office 538 Market 
Reddington John, laborer, dwl N s Sacramento bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
Reese's Block, W s Battery bet Pine and Cal 
Reinstein S. manufacturer California clothing, SE 

cor Sansom and Halleck 
Richardson S. 0. policeman, dwl 559 Market 
Riley Hazen K. conductor. Central R. R. Co. dwl 

"E s Fourth bet Mission and Howard 
Rilev John, butcher, dwl 125 Shipley 
ROfiBINS JAMES J. agent Nicofson Pavement, 

office 619 Montgomery, dwl 1008 Bush 
Roberts George, bricklayer, dwl 116 Sansom 
Robinson E. A. clerk, 318 Bush 
Rogers Ford H. book keeper with O. B. Fogle, 617 

Montgomery, dwl 115 Dunont 
Rokohl D. (Dyer, Rokohl Sr Butler) dwl Lick H 
Roman Richard, ex State Treasurer, bds NW cor 

Post and Leavenworth 
Robertson J. Donald, photographic gallery, 109 Third 
Rostoffzoff Alexander, cigars and tobacco, 1010 

Dupont, dwl 821 Filbert 
Rudolph William, gunsmith, 216 Pac, dwl 22 Scott 

Sabbatton Tyler, superintendent and engineer S. 
F. Gas Co. dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Sackett Frederick A. book keeper with Church & 
Clark, dwl 1009 Powell 

Salomon Otto F. with Hoelscher &. Wieland, dwl 
217 Howard 

Salomons F. P. (Heynemann ^ Co.) dwl 1125 
Powell 

Samuels Brothers (David and Julius) dry goods, 
6;W Market, res New York 

Santina Catharine (widow) liquor saloon, 808 Clay 

Saulters Simon P. millwright, dwl 116 Sansom 

Schallich Lucas, cabinet maker, 8 Fourth 

Scharff Henry, groceries and liquors, SE cor Powell 
and Greenwich 

Scheier Gabriel, furniture, 20 Fourth 

Sehlegel Henry, liquor saloon, 331 Kearny 

Schonfeld (Jonas) & Bremer ( Hervian) manufac- 
inrers cigars, 311 Pine, dwl 252 Jessie 

SCHULTZE FRANCIS, commission merchant and 
agent National Life and Travelers' Insurance 
Co. office NE cor Bat and Clay, dwl 314 Bush 

Schumann Herman, cigars and tobacco, SE cor Mar- 
ket and Third 

Schwaizbach Bruno, physician, office and dwl 820 
Washington 

Schweitzer (Bernard) Stiefel (Louis) & Co. im- 
porters and jobbers fancy goods, 410 Sacramen- 
to, dwl 608 Leavenworth 

Searle H. C. attorney at law, 728 Mont room 1, dwl 
116 Sansom 

Seidenstricker Frederick (Ehmann Sf S.) dwl 205 
Sansom 

Sevier (Francis) &, Walker ^JosepAy liquor saloon, 
517 Broadway 

Sheffield (Charles P.) St, Patterson (James) im- 

Sorters and manufrs saws and tiles, NE corner 
ack and Bat, dwl SW cor Second and Mission 



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Slielmn John (Fish, S. 4' Co. J dwi Kiiiw House 
Sheplierd Kiederick A. miner, dwI '215 C'liini 
Sbeeri-eu Nicliolus, bricklayer, dwi Sb Cleveland 

nr Sevfnih 
Sherwood B. K. merchant, office Pioneer Building, 

hds Lii'k IIoiiHe 
Siehe (ieoi^e (John Siebc Jj- Brother J dwl SE cor 

Powell and Union 
Siebe John t!t Hrother (Georf^c Sic/icJ proprietors 
Itiiilroad Kxchanj/e Saloon, SW cor Powell and 
FranciHCO, dwl SK cor Powell and Union 
Sieberst Henry Ci. clerk with Casserly &. Barnes, 

dwl SW cor Grove and Franklin 
Skinner Fnmk H. clerk, steamer Cornelia, dwl 6 

Martha Place 
Sloan John \V. bricklayer, dwl 231 Stevenson 
Smith William J. merchant, dwl 811 StQckton 
SMITH (Alvxandcrj &, KAXSOM (Samuel) man- 
ufacturers doors, sash, and blinds, ifci and 24 

California, dwl 6"23 Howard 
Smith Andrew D. clerk Twelfth District Court, dwl 

N 8 California bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Smith David, doors, sash, and blinds, NW cor Cali- 
fornia and Drumm 
Snedeker Henry, capitalist, dwl 109 Perry 
Soucaze Gustave (L. Dnbourque &• Co.) dwl 424 

Powell 
Spencer Mary A. boarding, 156 Stewart 
Sproul John, policeman, dwl room 11 Summer St. 

House, Summer nr California 
Spruance James (J. C. Horan Sf- Co.) dwl 652 

Market 
Steele Henry, clerk 727 Wash, dwl 11 Brenham PI 
Steinweg Charles, blacksmith and wheelwright, N s 

Mission nr Beale 
Steler P. watch maker and jeweler, 920 Dupont 
Stephau John G. butcher, dwl 913 Clay 
Stewart Charles, meat market, 1216 Pacific, dwl 

1226 Pacific 
Stewart Paton jr. fencing academy and teacher 

art self-defense, 769 Market 
Stone Anpleton W. policeman, dwl N s California 

bet Jones and Leavenworth 
STONE (Rockicell) & H AYDEN (Peter) importers 

and jobbers siiddlery, hai-dware, etc. 418 Bat- 
tery, dwl 1619 Powell 
Stow Henry M. real estate, 325 Montgomery, dwl 

816 Misesion 
STRATJI AN JOHN, news agent, periodicals, 

books, stationery, etc. 506 Wash nr Sansom 
Stratton Frank J. "book keeper with Kussell & 

Erwin Manufacturing Co. dwl 831 Sutter 
Striby Louisa, music teacher, 763 Howard 
Striby William, music teacher, 763 Howard 
Summerfield S. dry goods, 20 Second, and millinery, 

18 Second, dwl 269 Minna 
Sutherland James G. wholesale and retail liquors, 

SW cor Third and Stevenson 
Sutliff Henry, salesman, dwl 832 Kearny 
Sutlitf Thomas, dealer in cigars, tobacco, etc., 832 

Kearny 
Swasey W'. F. dwl NW cor Bush and Mason 
SWEENY MYLES D. & CO. (Upton M. Gordon) 

importers wines and liquore, 709 Sansom, dwl 

1425 Mason 

Taaffe William P. (Meagher, T. .J- Co.) dwl SW 
cor Jones and Filbert 

Taussig Ludwig, wholesale wines and liquors, 723 
Sansom 

Tedford Charles J. clerk, dwl 135 Tehama 

Terry Caleb C. carpenter, dwl 3 Cleaveland 

Thompson H. C. foreman Spirit of the Times, dwl 
E 8 Montgomery bet Union and Green 

Thompson William T. pilot examiner, dwl N s Mc- 
Laren Lane bet Mission and Market 

Thomson Peter, gents' furnishing goods, 607 Sac- 
ramento, dwl 328 Brannan 

TOBEY WILLIAM H. petroleum and mining 



agent, room 7 Government House 502 Wash, 
dwl W 8 Eleventh bet Howard and Foleora 

Tolford (C. Frank) Jc Cole (Khun S.) .Stnr Ijaun- 
dry, office 105 Sansom, dwl Stevenson House 

TOWXSEND L. K. architect and secretary Cali- 
fornia Building and Loan Society, office 407 
California, dwl 807 Stockton 

Treadwell George A. assaver and chemist, 512 Bush 

Treudwell John B. clerk, (Iwl 512 Bush 

Trever Theodore, tailor, 22 Sansom 

TlttPP (Silas G.) &, ROBINSON (Thomas D.) 
pyrotechnists, Howaid nr Twenty-Fourth 

Tucker Reuben, policeman, dwl 508 Masou 

UNDERWOOD .WARREN L. attorney at law, 
office 302 Montgomery, dwl 321) Bush 

UNION MARITIME SOCIETY (France) O.Chau- 
viu agent, office 730 Montgomery 

Valentine John, prodace commission, 3 Merchant, 
dwl 333 East 

Vaillant J. Guibert's Submarine Metallic Yamish, 
432 Pacific 

VAN BRUNT R. N. agent New York Life Insu- 
rance Co. office SW cor Mont and California 

VanGulpen Carl, merchant, dwl 1617 Powell 

Vandefbill J. H. (Couen Sf V.) dwl Shiels' Block 

Verdinal D. F. (J. M. Sr J>. F. V.) attorney at law, 
office 636 Clay, dwl 1114 Powell 

Voss Carsten, Eagle Coffee Saloon, 637 and 639 Pac 

Wainwright William, oysters and liquors, 219 
California, dwl 4 Langton 

Walker Joseph (Sevier JSf IV.) dwl 517 Broadway 

Walton Thomas, aunealer, U. S. Biuuch Mint, dwl 
243 Clara 

Wanderer Henry, boot maker, 533 Pine 

Ward James D. policeman, dwl 196 Clementina 

WARD T. M. D. Rev. pastor African M. E. Church, 
Powell St. dwl 335 Sutter 

WARE (James) & MOSHER (Daniel) manufac- 
turers doors, sash, and blinds, 26 California, 
dwl 129 Second 

WATERHOUSE (C.) & LESTER (J. W.) im- 
porters and dealers carriage and wagon mater- 
ials, 29 and 31 Battery, dwl cor Howard and 
Eighteenth 

Watmore Edward W. (James G. Sutlierland) SW 
cor Third and Stevenson 

Warm Swimming Bath Association, NE cor Powell 
and Filbert 

Weigold John, clerk, 106 Montgomery 

Weil Henry J. watch maker and jeweler, 1120 
Dupont 

Wertheimber Philip, merchant, dwl N s Greenwich 
bet Mason and Taylor 

Wetherbee A. K. printer, dwl 116 Sansom 

Whipple Willard, street contractor, dwl 1107 Clay 

WHirCOMB A. C. attorney at law and president 
Citizens' Gas Co. office' NW cor Wash and 
Kearny, dwl Armory Hall, fourth floor, room 1 

Whitland William, butter, cheese, etc. 45 Wash Mkt 

Whitman Henry, North Beach Market, NW cor 
Greenwich and Janson, dwl NW cor Powell 
and Union 

WHITMORE H. M. i-eal estate, office 618 Merchant 

Wiese Peter, upholsterer, 29 Fourth 

Wilke (Louts) & Lutz (J. C.) beer saloon, NE cor 
Kearny and Bush 

WILLIAMS JOHN S. carpenter, dwl 1910 Powell 

Willis William, mining secretary, office Pioneer 
Building 

Wood Ann Miss, furnished rooms, 913 Clay 

Wood Zephaniah, architect, office 328 Montgomery 

Yates M. H. Mrs. boarding, Cunningham's Build- 
ing, SE cor Market and 'Third 

YOUNG ANDREW, German Coffee Saloon, 614 
Montgomery 



THE 



Sn FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

For the Year commencing December 1st, 1865. 



J^" Notice. — Names too late for regular insertion, removals, changes, etc., which have occurred 
during the printing of the work, will be found on the pages immediately preceding this. 

For List of Boarding Houses, Hotels, Lodgings, etc., sec Business Directory, pp. 488, .505, 
and 512 ; for Packets, Sail and Steam, sec p. 518 ; for the location of the offices of the different Miinng 
Companies, see Register of Names. 



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acct Accountant 

atty Attorney 

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bdg. Building or Buildings 

bds Boards 

bet Between 

blk Block 

C. H Custom House 

elk Clerk 

com Commission 

cor Corner 

dept Department 

d wl dwelling 



E East 

exch Exchange 

F. r Fort Point 

h House 

imp Importer 

lab Laborer 

manuf Manufacturer 

meo Mechanic 

mcht Merchant 

Mis Dol. .Mission Dolores 

mkr Maker 

mkt Market 

N North 

nr Kear 



off. Office 

op Opposite 

pi riaco 

V. O Post Office 

Preo Presidio 

proptr Proprietor 

res. .Resides or Residence 

rms Rooms 

S South 

s Side 

stm. Steamer or Steamship 
U.S.B.M. .U.S.Br'ch Mint 

wkm Workman 

W West 



STREETS. 

Bdwy Broadway 

Bat Buttery 

Cal California 

Com Commercial 

Leav Leavenworth 

Leid Leidesdorff 

Merch Merchant 

Mont Montgomery 

Pac I'acitic 

Sac Sacramento 

San Sansom 

Stock Stockton 

Wash Washington 



Aaron Cbalfant, carpenter, dwl with P. L. Murphy, 
E B Howard bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Aaron Joseph, barber, dwl 125 Perry 

Aaron S. merchant, dwl 15J Clara 

Aaron, see Aron 

Abadie Francois, laborer, dwl S s Polk Alley 

Abbecco Mary Mrs. dwl 4 Brown Alley 

Abbey Richard, miner, dwl 264 1 Folsom 

Abbot Charles E. real estate and mining agent., of- 
fice 302 Montgomery, room 6 third floor, dwl 
912 Jackson 

Abbot, Downing & Co. manufacturers Concord car- 
riages, Concord, N. U. Hill &. Eastmaa agents, 
618 Battery 

Abbot Maria 0. dwl 25 Rousch 

Abbott Andrew J. laborer, dwl S s Eddy nr Van 
Ness Avenue 

Abbott Frank, driver, dwl 823 Greenwich 

Abbott Henry B. mariner, dwl SW cor Leavenworth 
and Filbert 

Abbott J. M. mining, dwl 537 Mission 

Abbott John, cook, 331 Bush 

Abbott Joseph, sash and blind maker ■with George 
Robinson & Co. dwl 181 Jessie 

Abbott Oscar, commission agent, 723 Montgomery, 
dwl 858 Mission 

Abbott Sophronia E. (widow) dwl 1005 Powell 

Abbott William, salesman, 48 Second 

Abbott Wniiam A. captain, dwl 25 Rousch 

Abeel John, farmer Industrial School 

Abel Albert, mariner, 32 Stewart 

Abel Charles, boatman, dwl 212 Stewart 



Abel Conrad, plasterer, dwl N s Bush bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
Abel George, porter Avith E. G. Mathews & Co. dwl 

Merchant nr Ea.st 
Abel II. laborer, dwl 6 Merchant 
ABELL ALEXANDER G. grand secretary Grand 

Lodge F. & A. M. office Masonic Temple, dwl 

1027 Washington 
Abell Frank, photographic operator with William 

Shew, dwl28Russ 
Abell John, farmer, Industrial School, Old Ocean 

House Road 
Abell Martin, ship carpenter, dwl 528 Pacific 
Abell Samuel O. Wilson's Circus 
Abels S. E. clerk with Joseph Isaac & Co. 513 San- 
som 
ABEND POST (German daily and weekly) Leo 

Eloesser &. Co. editors and proprietors, office 

517 Clay and 514 Commercial 
Abendenner A. dwl 206 Minna 
Abiel L. C. feeder, dwl with L. B. Hanson 
Abraham Gabriel, tailor, 35 Second 
Abraham Isaac B. dwl NE cor Geary and Leay 
Abraham J. merchant, dwl 626 O'Fariell 
Abraham Max, glazier, dwl .50 Jessie 
Abrahams David, dwl 154 Minna 
Abrahams David, peddler, dwl NE cor Natoma and 

Jane 
Abrahams E. dry goods, 23 Second 
Abrahams John, with D- R. Provost &. Co. dwl 711 

California 
Abrahams Louis, clothing, 10 Clay 



▲. BOSIAN ft CO., 417 and 419 Mont. St., Bibles, Prayer Books, anda Sunday-School Books 



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AliralmniHon I'eter, stovcB and linwRre, 439 BuBh 

Abrani Ihiiuc, jiitik, dwl 270 SteveiiBOii, rear 

Abraiiia (JonasJ & I^evy t BernardJ boots and 
bIiocs, 3:i5 East, dwl I'JO St. Mark Place 

AbraiiiH Marcus, broker, dwl 786 Folsoni 

AhvMW^ ( Sam nd J 6i. Greeiibcrg (Henry) real es- 
tate and insurance agents, 'S'li Montgomery, dwl 
307 Clementina 

Academic Seminary, Rev. Elkan Cobn, Principal, 
N 8 Post bet Dupont and Stockton 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Tbonias Magnire pro- 
])rietor, N s Pine bet RIontgonierv ana Sansom 

ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIL'NCES, rooms 
C22 Clay 

ACCIDENTAL INSURANCE CO. New York, 
Bigelow &. Brother, agents, 505 Montgomery 

Achiele Louis, compositor, American Flag, dwl 707 
Mission 

Achille Gregory, laundryman, dwl 604 Broadway 

Ackerniau August, (E. F. Slrolcn ^' Co. J dwl 1117 
Kearny 

Ackerman Bi-otbers (Samuel S., Hart S., and Hy- 
man S.J dry goods, 19 Mont, res Grermany 

Ackerman Charles, carpenter, dwl NW cor McAl- 
lister aiid Buchanan 

Ackeriuan David, butcher with Henry Loeb, dwl 

Ackerman Dora (widow) dwl 747 Howard 
SVV cor Stockton and Broadway 

Ackerman Hart S. (Ackerman Brothers) dwl 746 
Mission 

Ackerman Henry & Co. (Joseph Rosenthal) dry 
goods, 413 Kearny, dwl 769 Mission 

Ackerman Hynian S. (Ackerman Bros.) dwl NW 
cor Ellis and Powell 

Ackerman Hynian S. dry goods, 414 Kearny, dwl 
W 8 Mason bet Gearv and Post 

Ackerman Joseph, (Mc£!lwee ^ A.) dwl 416 Post 

Ackerman L. S. dwl 72ii Green 

Ackerson Charles H. carpenter, dwl Harrison bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Ackerson J. B. laborer, dwl 73 Stevenson 

ACKERSON (John W.) & RUSS (J. A.) lumber, 
Hathaway's Wharf, res Redwood City 

Ackerson Thomas, boatman, Howard Street Wharf, 
dwl N 8 Fifteenth near Mission 

Acklaud (Edward T.) & Trickle (Ezekiel C.) fish, 
19 Occidental Mkt, dwl SWcor Franklin and Fell 

Ackley (George) & Bergstrom (John) parlor, cham- 
ber and ottice furniture, 417 Mission, dwl Second 
bet Market and Mission 

Ackley Henry F. book keeper, dwl SW cor Clay 
and Jones 

Ackley, Lawrence, shoe maker, 114 Kearny, dwl 
Lincoln Avenue 

Adair James, driver. North Beach and South Park 
R. R. Co. dwl W 8 Larkin nr Ellis 

ADAM THOMAS, liquor saloons, Old Corner, 516 
Montgomery, SE cor Com, and Branch Old Cor- 
ner, junction Market and Mont, dwl 207 Dupont 

Adami George, brewer, dwl 637 Broadway 

Adami John (Albrecht Sf Co.) dwl 637 Broadway 

Adami John, milk depot, 735 Pacific 

Adams A. T. W. printer with Francis, Valentine & Co 

Adams Charles, with Reynolds Howell & Ford, 
dwl Clav nr East 

Adams Charles Capi. dwl SE cor Pennsylvania Av- 
enue and Solano 

Adams Charles, clerk, NW cor Second and Bryant 

Adams Charles S. hide inspector with F. G. Burke, 
dwl 1520 Dupont 

Adams Cyrus, dwl 528 Pine 

Adams G. driver. Omnibus R. R. Co 

ADAMS (George G.) & ROOT (W. D.; house 
brokers and mining secretaries, 410 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 136 Shipley 

Adams Grove (Mitchell 4- A.) res Virginia City 

Adams H. bar keeper, dwl Hall Court 

Adams H. Mrs. house keeper Occidental Hotel 

Adams H. D. W. machinist, dwl 331 Fourth, rear 



Adams H. laborer. Golden Age Flour Mills, 717 Bat 

Adams Henry, second lieutenant Comp. C, Cal. Vol 
Fort Point 

Adams Henrv Q. searcher records, 420 Montgom- 
ery, dwl \V 8 Larkin nr Willow Avenue 

Adams Hermann, tailor, dwl N 8 Jackson bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansom 

Adams Horace E. waiter, 28 Mont, dwl 636 Com 

Adams Howard, carpenter, dwl 333 Fourth 

ADAMS HUGH, clerk. 238 Stewart 

Adams Isaac, barber, dwl 118 Jackson 

Adams James (Smith Sf A.) dwl Augustus nr Green 

Adams James, hay dealer, dwl S 8 Hayes ur Frank- 
lin, Hayee Valley 

Adams James H. shoe maker, dwl £ b Hyde bet 
Green and Union 

Adams John, employ^. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Adams John, bill poster with Way &. Kevt 

Adams John Q. law student with R. H. VValler, dwl 
E 8 Hyde bet Union and Green 

Adams John W. dwl W s Prospect Avenue nr Cal- 
ifornia Avenue 

Adams Joseph, city ganger, office 321 Front, dwl 
SE cor Front and Oregon 

Adams J. S. dwl 559 Market 

ADAMS LAWSON S. (John Arnold Sf Co. Sac- 
ramento) office 405 Front, dwl 114 Minna 

Adams Lizzie E. Miss, principal Protestant Orphan 
Asylum ' 

Adams Lodice W. (widow) dwl W 8 Prospect Ave- 
nue nr California Avenne 

Adams Nelson B. book keeper with B. P. Moore & 
Co. dwl E 8 Carlos Place 

Adams O. P. surgeon stmr America, dwl 919 How- 
ard 

Adams Petroleum Co. (Mount Diablo) office 19 Bat 

Adams Q. L. (Paine Sp A.) 522 California, dwl 
Verona Place 

Adams Rhoda (col'd) dwl 819 Pacific 

Adams Richara, butcher, dwl N s Brannan between 
Eighth and Ninth 

Adams (Robert H.) & Brother (Rons M. Adnms) 
hat and cap manufacturers, 824 Kearnv 

Adams Ross M. (Adam.i Sf Brother) 824 Ivearny 

Adams Roxauna Miss, assistant matron Protestant 
Orphan Asylum 

ADAMS SAMUEL, druggist and apothecary, SE 
cor Bush and Powell, dwl 814 Bush 

ADAMS SAMUEL, wholesale lime, cement, etc. 
SE cor Market and Main 

Adams Warren P. box clerk P. 0. dwl 609 Pine 

Adams William, stevedore, dwl 331 Green 

Adams William H. porter, dwl 15 Harlan Place 

Adams William H. H. clerk, 911 Dupont 

ADAMS ( William J.) BLl'S'S ( Somnel P.) & CO. 
lumber and Puget Sound Line Packets, 215 and 
217 Stewart, Piers 17 and 18, dwl NW cor Sec- 
ond and Brannan 

Adcock William, porter, 212 Cal, dwl Sherwood PI 

Addis Jacob, glassware packer, 303 Third 

Addis (Robert W.) &, Koch (John) photographic 
art gallery, 425 Mont, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Addison (James H.) & Macomber (Horace L.) 
painters, cor Bush and Trinity 

Addison John E. dwl 49 Belden filock 

Addoms Samuel K. clerk with Elam Sc Howes, 
dwl 5 Vernon Place 

Adelaide Consolidated S. M. Co. office 338 Mont 

ADELPHI HOTEL CO. (Christian, Ferdinand, 
and Gustavns Reis, and John S. Henning) 
proprietors Cosmopolitan Hotel, SW cor Bush 
and Sansom 

ADELSDORFER B^OT'OER^ ( Zachary and Jo- 
seph Adelsdorfer) importei-s and jobbers fancy 
goods, cutlery, etc. SE cor Sansom and Sacra- 
mento, res Bavaria, Germany 

Adelsdorfer Isaac, dwl 270 Jessie 

Adelsdorfer Joseph ( Adelsdorfer Bros.) dwl 314 Post 

Ademar William, with A. Lusk &. Co. 524 Clay 



FHENIX INSUBAH^CE CO., N. T., ABsets, $1,400,000. Bigelow ft Brother, Agents. 



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Ader Paul, butclier with Eugene Peguillan & Bro. 
dwl S\V cor Utah and Sixteenth 

Adkenson L. kundrvnian Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Adler A. bukery, 316 Third 

Adler Bennett, tailoring and repairing, dwl 27 Pa- 
cific 

Adler Charles, book keeper with Eeis Brothers, dwl 
Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Adler Chanes, salesman, 409 Sac, dwl 534 Tehama 

Adler David, meat market, 3 Stock, dwl 237 Minna 

Adler Eikan, baker, 316 Third 

Adler Henry, merchant, office 207 Battery, dwl 214 
Sansom' 

Adler Jiicob (Goldman Sf A.) dwl 330 Kearny 

Adler James, express wagon, cor Market and Second 

Adler Jonas fbimon, Dinkelspiel Sf Co.) dwl 329 
O'Farrell 

Adler Juiins, book keeper with Pollack Bros, dwl 
118 Prospect Place 

Adler Julius, clerk with M. Heyneman, dwl 526 
Ellis 

Adler (Leopold) & Stern (Jacob) boots and shoes, 
221 Tbjrd 

Adler Lewis, native wines and liquor saloon, 714 
Market 

Adler Maurice, Eincon Point Market, 302 Beale 

Adler Samuel, miner, dwl 810 Greenwich 

Adlington David L. carpenter, dwl 1125 Kearnv 

Adolph WilUam (col'd) bootblack, 639 ^ Market, 'dwl 
Dupont nr Green 

Adolphus Henry, physician and druggist, 511 Jack- 
son, dwl 103 Geary 

Adomi Christoph, shoe maker, dwl 532 Broadway 

Adowling Edward, hostler with J. G. Scovern 

Adrian William, merchant, dwl 629 California 

Adriance F. C. &. Co. (Henry IV. Jo «<;sy real estate 
agents, 537 Washington, dwl 1409 Powell 

Adriatic G. &. S. M. Co. office 023 Montgomery 

Adsit L. B. stock and money broker, office 604 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 736 Sutter bet Taylor and Jones 

AERDEN JAMES H., O.S.D. Rev. pastor St. 
Bridget's Church, SW cor Broadway and Van 
Ness Avenue, dwl 519 Green 

iETNA INSURANCE CO. Edward H. Parker 
agent, office 224 California 

Afflerbach C- H. Rev. pastor German Methodist 
Episcopal Church, dwl 728 Broadway 

Affron J. W. express wagon, 1775 Mason 

Agard George E. book keeper with Flood & Co. 
dwl 311 Green 

AGARD ^f-K. BJ FOULKES (Thomas) & CO. 
importers and commission merchants, 412 Front, 
dwl 311 Green 

Agatta Peter, workman with P. Somps, Visitacion 
Valley 

Ager James E. clerk with Truman & Co. dwl Fif- 
teenth nr Howard 

Ager John E. book keeper, dwl Ns Fifteenth bet 
Howard and Mission 

Aggers Henry, mariner, dwl 140 Clara 

Agillaro Petrie, dwl 1 Delaware Court 

Aguew Gilmore, compositor, Alta California, dwl 
917 Market 

Agnew Henry, clerk, 26 Kearny 

Agnew John, Daehaway Livery and Sale Stables, 
26 Kearny 

Agnew Luke, receiver Omnibus R. R. Co. dwl 66 
Minna 

Agnew Thomas, conductor, Omnibus R. R. dwl 549 
Mission 

Agnew Thomas laborer. Spring Valley W W 

AGNEW (Tlurmas H.) &. DEFFEBACH (Thom- 
as B.) book and job printers, SW cor Sansom 
and Merchant, dwl 209 Ellis 

Agrall Ino, assayer, dwl Dresdener House 

Aguirra John M. dwl Gardner AUev 

Ah Chee (Chinese) waehing, 1506 l)upont 

Ah Chung (Chinese) washing, S a Brannan ur Sev- 
enth 



Ah Hing (Chinese) washing and ironing, 762 Clay 
Ah Ming (Chinese) garder, NW cor Eighth and 

Bryant 
Ah Sang (Chinese) cigar manufacturer, 712 Dupont 
Ah Shin (Chinese) cigar maker, 721 Sacramento 
Ah Sing (Chinese) washing, 30 Stewait 
Ah Sing (Chinese) washing and ironing, 1020 Bat 
Ah Sonng (Chinese) washing, 504 Pacific 
All Sun (Chinese) washing, 40 Webb 
Ah Yen (Chinese) washing, 214 Bush 
Ahem Nellie Miss, domestic with Eliza Faulkner, 

S B Harrison bet Seventh and Eighth 
Ahem Ellen Miss, domestic, 115 Powell 
Ahem James, stevedore, dwl cor Mission and Main 
Ahem Jeremiah, ship carpenter, 14 Broadway, dwl 

Serpentine Avenue nr Howard 
Ahem John M. teamster, dwl NE cor First and Te- 
hama 
Ahern Michael, laborer. Spring Valley Water Works 
Ahem Patrick, workman with Wilson &. Stevens, 

dwl N 8 Brannan bet Sixth and Seventh 
Ahem Timothy J. stone cutter, dwl S s Presidio 

Road nr Scott 
Ahlbom William, teamster with J. & C. Schreiber, 

bds Bootz Hotel 
Ahlers Behrend, Bay Sugar Refinery, dwl Es San- 
som bet Union and Filbert 
Ahlers Edward W. F. salesman, 616 Kearny 
Ahlers Joseph H. (F. Wieland 4- Co.) SW cor Val- 

lejo ana Powell 
Ahlgreen Charles, baker. New York Bakery 
Ahlstrom John, shoe maker, dwl 671 Howard 
Ahpel Henry, dwl 1014 Bush 
Ahrens Christian,. jeweler, 836 Dupont 
Ahreus Henry, groceries and liquors, SW cor Poet 

and Keamy 
Ahrens John, fruits, SW cor Battery and California, 

dwl Ss California bet Keamy and Dupont 
Ahrens John, handcartman, cor Cal and Sansom 
Ahrens John H. clerk, NW cor Mission and Fourth 
Aibischer Bruno, dwl 1337 Dupont 
Aibischer Joseph, dwl 1337 Dupont 
Aigeltinger Leopold, furrier, dwl 259 Clara 
Aiken John (Beckmari A. <$• Co.) dwl 314 O'Far- 
rell, rear 
Aime Gniseeppe, fisherman, 33 Italian Fish Market 
Aine H. E. carpenter, Eureka Hose Co. 4 
Ainsa J. M. warehouse clerk, Naval Office, dwl 405 

Lombard 
Ainsa Manuel, dwl 405 Lombard 
Aiusburry Margaret (widow) dwl 25 Jessie 
Ainsworth Lizzie Miss, actress Olympic 
Aitken Charles H. (Hall i^- A.) dwl N s Pacific bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Aitken James (Moynihan dj- A.) dwl 308 Second 
Aitken Samuel, vice-president Vulcan Iron Works 

Co. dwl 266 Clementina 
Aitken Thomas, stevedore, dwl SW cor Davis and 

Pacific 
Ajairegnv Mignel, carpenter, dwl 1024 Keamy 
Ajle Eugene, dwl 208 Third 
Alameda August, porter stmr Golden City, dwl 519 

Vallejo 
Alameda Coal M. Co. office 804 Montgomery 
ALBANY BREWERY, Spieckels & Co. proprie- 
tors, 71-75 Everett 
Albarez J. G. fmite, dwl 1018 Kearny 
Albers August, groceries and liquors, 825 Stevenson 
Albers (Marcus) &, Foege (Frank) groceries and 

liquors, 641 Pacific 
Albert. C. Mariner's Saloon, 931 Keamy 
Albert John, bar keeper, Continenttil Hotel 
Albert Lewis, teamster. Pier 1 Stewart, dwl 22 

Natoma 
Albert Louis, musician, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Albertson Lauritz, seaman, bds 7 Washington 
ALBIN LEONCE, book and job printer, 533 Com- 
mercial, dwl 904 Powell 



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Albredit Andrew, milk much, dwl 8 8 Filbert bet 

Lngima nnd Octavia 
Albifclit C. W. BoauiHii, dwl 20 Commercial 
Albrecht George, blacksmilli, dwl C27 Broadway 
Albredit John, tailor, 33!l Unsh 
Albrecht Joseph, cook, 218 IJush 
ALUUP:CHT f Joseph) Si CO. (John AdamiJ Broad- 

wny Brewery, li37 Broadway 
Albrecht Ricbara, bakery nnd confectionery, 1006 

Folsoin 
Alcayaca Joe6, groceries and liquors, NE cor Vallejo 

ana Dnpout 
Alcock Joshua P. lumber piler, dwl 20 East 
Alcovich, dwl 403 Culifoiiiia 
Alden A. W. Miss, dwl 90!> Clay 
Alden John, clerk, dwl 202 Second 
ALDEN RICHARD C. chief clerk U. S. Com. 

Dept. office 418 California, dwl 405 Powell 
Alden Samuel, drayman, dwl NE cor Sacramento 

and Jones 
Aldred Robert, cokemaii, San Francisco Gas Co 
Aldrich A. F. Miss, special grammar assistant, Union 

Grammar School, dwl iOl Prospect Place 
Aldrich G. C. upholsterer, 618 Mission, dwl cor Ellis 

and Stockton 
Aldrich Julia A. Miss, teacher, dwl NE cor Freelon 

and Fourth 
Aldrich L. A. Miss, dress maker, dwl 63 Stevenson 

House 
Aldi-ich Louis, actor, Maguire's Opera House, dwl 

913 Montgomeiy 
Aldrich Mary Miss, chambermaid, Russ House 
Aldrich William, laborer, dwl 277 Minna 
Alemania S. M. Co. office 5111 ]\rontgomery 
ALEMANY JOSEPH SADOC, O.S.D. Most Rev. 

Archbishop of San Francisco, dwl 602 Dupont 
Alers Augustus, physician, office 521 Pacific 
Alexander Davia (5. carpenter, dwl 227 Bush 
Alexander Edward, stevedore, dwl 116 Sansom 
Alexander Eli, dwl 16 Virginia 
Alexander Eli, meat market, 241 Satter, dwl 22 

Stockton Place 
Alexander Frederick, painter, dwl Verona Place 
Alexander Geo. dwl 435 Brannan 
Alexander George, cooper with Handy & Neuman, 

dwl W 8 Sansom bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Alexander George, treasurer Chelsea Laundry 
Alexander Henry P. carpenter, dwl 13 Geary 
Alexander Isidor, slipper manufactory, 306 Sansom, 

dwl 722 Howai-d 
ALEXANDER J. &. CO. f Jacob and Leo Ash) 

•wholesale clothing, 310 and 312 Sansom, dwl 

734 Vallejo 
Alexander Jacob, hides, dwl 14 Clay 
Alexander Jacob, paper box maker with Levy & 

Mochet, dwl 8 Polk Lane 
Alexander Jacob, saddler, dwl 1231 Dupont 
Alexander James, farmer, dwl 733 Folsom 
Alexander James B. carpenter, dwl N s California 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Alexiinder John, agent, dwl 815 Montgomery 
Alexander Joseph D. salesman with George L. 

Kenny & Co. dwl N s Green bet Jones and 

Leavenworth 
Alexander Julius, dwl W s Folsom bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth 
Alexander Louis L. superintendent, dwl 818 Post 
Alexander Lyman, fancy goods, 16 Second 
Alexander Marcus, dwl 161 Perry 
Alexander Margaret, domestic, 362 Third 
Alexander Mary Miss, domestic, 16 Mason 
Alexander Marj- (col'd, widow) domestic, 124 Sutter 
Alexander Mary Mrs. dwl 733 Folsom 
Alexander Mathew, Howard Street House, 504 

Howard 
Alexander Mendel, shoe maker with Prescott & 

Israel, dwl 13 Second 
Alexander Meyer, French laundry, dwl N s Chest- 
nut bet Stockton and Powell 



Alexander Messein, merchant, dwl 811 Harrison 
Alexander Robert, ship carpenter, dwl 167 Silver 
Alexander Samuel, can maker, 1110 Dupont 
Alexander Samuel, tailor, 144 Stewart 
Alexander Samuel O. clothing, SE cor Jackson and 

Dupont, dwl 115 O'Farrell 
Alexander Sanih Miss, domestic, dwl 516 Stockton 
Alexander S. H. P. carpenter, dwl 336 Bush 
Alexander Simon, dwl 115 O'Farrell 
Alexander S. L. cook, Clipper Restaurant, dwl 14 

Dupont 
Alexander Theodore, auctioneer, 824 Kearny 
Alexander Theodore, fancy goods, dwl 1311 Kearny 
Alexander Virginia Miss, domestic, dwl 514 Lom- 
bard 
Alexander William, laborer, dwl 522 Pine 
Alferitz Vietro f Dcltnpiane 4" Co.) dwl SE cor Mont- 
gomery and Pacific 
Alfter Charles W. clerk with Samuel Adams, dwl 

814 Bush 
Alger James, salesman with Lawrence &. House- 
worth, dwl N 8 Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Alger Thomas H. porter, 422 Battery 
Alges James, boot maker, dwl Sherwood Place 
Alison Charles, uliipwright, dwl NW cor Leaven- 
worth and Union 
Alison Charles jr. machinist, dwl NW cor Leaven- 
worth and Union 
Aliston David, drayman, dwl 417 Folsom 
Alker Thomas, express wagon. Union Place 
Allardt George F. assistant engineer. Pacific Rail- 
road Co. office 409 California, dwl 608 Post 
Allari Henrv, porter, 423 Front, dwl 53 Third 
Allari Joseph, dwl 127 Fourth, rear 
Alia way John, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

W s Eighth bet Howard and Folsom 
Allen A. C. liquor saloon, 702 Pacific 
Allen Addison F. workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. 

dwl 25 Rousch 
Allen Albert W. bailiff U. S. Courts, dwl U. S. Court 

Building. 
AUen Alexander, foreman weaving. Mission Woolen 
Mills, dwl W s Shotwell bet Nineteenth and 
Twentieth 
Allen Alexander, watchman, S.'F. P. W. Mills, dwl 

North Point bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Allen Asa, hairdressing saloon, 136 Fourth 
Allen Barney, carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
Allen Benjamin, salesman with Heuston, Hastings 

& Co. dwl 207 Tehama 
Allen B. K. carpenter, dwl Columbia Hotel 
Allen Catharine Mrs. domestic, 314 Post 
Allen Charles R. clerk, 21 Battery, dwl 40 Tehama 
Allen E. G. wood and coal, 513 Bush, dwl 2 Hardie 

Place 
Allen Ellen (widow) dwl 432 Bush 
Allen EUery, caipenter, dwl 741 Market 
Allen Emma (widow) lodgings, 829 Sacramento 
Allen Emma E. (widow) dwl 1 Armory Hall 
Allen E. W. liquor .saloon, 724 Pacific 
Allen Frank, lamplighter, San Francisco Gas Co. 

dwl 15 William 
Allen George, carpenter, SW cor Bryant and Ritch 
Allen George, clerk, Thomas Roche, dwl New Wis- 
consin Hotel, 411 Pacific 
Allen George, stevedore, dwl 14 Merchant 
Allen Henry H. carpenter, S. F. P. W. Mills, dwl 

North Point bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Allen Henry M. merchant, dwl 629 O'Farrell 
Allen H. Hastings, millwright, dwl SE cor Jones 

and Francisco 
Allen Isaac P. with Redington & Co. dwl E s Jones 

bet Pine and California 
Allen Isaac S. secretary San Francisco Benevolent 
Association, 410 Pine, dwl E s Jones bet Pine 
and Cahfornia 
Allen James, dwl 1009 Kearny 
Allen James F. match factory, 201 Beale, dwl Rail- 
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Allen James S. deputy constable, Fourth Township, 

office 230 Bush 
Allen J. D. carpenter, 196 Stevenson 
Allen J. JI. liverv and sale stable, 669 Market 
Allen John, drayman, cor Vallejo and Front, dwl W 

8 Montgomery cor Jloulton Place 
Allen John, hardware and boots and shoes, 733 Pac 
Allen John, laborer, dwl 180 Jessie 



Allen John, niolder, Pacific Foundry, dwl 3^16 Beale 
Allen John, professor music, dwl 16 Freelon 
Allen John II. (Geo. \V. Knight Sf Co.) dwl W 8 



Gilbert nr Brannan 

Allen John K. salesman with A. Roman &. Co. dwl 
1102 Pine 

Allen John R. machinist. Miners' Foundry, dwl Bai- 
ley House 

ALLEN (Joseph E.) &, SPIER (Richard P.J im- 
porters and jobbers books and stationery, etc. 542 
Clay, resides New York 

Allen (L. H.J Si- Lewis (C. //.y/ wholesale and com- 
mission merchants, Portland Oregon, office NW 
corner California and Front, dwl 332 Second 

Allen L. H. market wagon, 32 Washington Market 

Allen Lizzie Miss, dwl 1 Armory Hall 

Allen Lorenzo H. oysters and clams, dwl 12 Har- 
lan Place 

Allen Lumber S. shipwright, dwl N 8 Folsom nr 
Stewart 

Allen Nathaniel, seaman, dwl 51 Jessie 

Allen Oliver P. general clerk Superintendent U. S. 
Branch Mint, dwl 630 Sutter 

Alien Patrick, laborer, dwl 525 East 

Allen Peley, laborer, dwl 840 Market 

Allen Peter, cook, 104 Second 

Allen Sarah (widow) dwl 26 Stockton 

Allen Sheldon (Curtis 4" A.J res Watsonville 

Allen Smith M. drayman, 413 Sac, dwl 28 Third, rear 

Allen Theodore H. stevedore, dwl Ruse House 

Alleu W. 11. (Fletcher JJ- A.J real estate and attor- 
ney at law, office 6 and 7 Armory Hall Building, 
dwl 2 Garden 

Alleu William, cook, dwl 1016 Pine 

Allen William, molder, Pacific Foundry, dwl 214 
Beale 

Allen William jr. scroll sawyer, dwl E a Beale nr 
Folsom 

Allen William B. compositor. Evening Bulletin, dwl 
812 Stockton 

Allen William H. machinist, dwl 569 Mission 

Allen William H. A. first mate Brother Jonathan, 
dwl W s Telegraph Place 

Allen William M. clerk with T. Rodgers Johnson, 
325 Montgomery, dwl 116 Jackson 

Allen William R. shipping agent, 617 Davis, dwl 910 
Leavenworth 

Allen William S. book binder with Bartling & Kim- 
ball, 505 Clay 

Allen W. T. laborer, dwl 15 Stewart 

Allen W. V. dwl 87 Stevenson House 

Allenson Marv (widow) dwl 33 Jackson 

Allensworth Thomas, seaman, dwl 11 Pinckney PI 

Allenwyne J. Miss, domestic, 308 Stockton 

Alley William, stevedore, Greenwich bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansom 

Allias August, butcher with Vincent Lanonche 

Allie John, dwl 1611 Powell 

Alligess George, deck hand, steamer Julia 

Allion Francis & Co. (Andrew DavisJ fruits, NE 
cor Second and Folsom 

Allison Frank J. salesman, 621 Washington, dwl 
Frank's Building Ws Plaza 

Allison James, coachman, dwl 324 Fremont 

Allison John, carpenter with Geo. Treat, dwl NW 
cor Twenty -Fourth and San Bruno Road 

Allison John P. laborer, dwl Alta nr Sansom 

Allison Oscar, dwl 226 Ritch 

Allison, see Alison 

AUkire Henry J. medical student, dwl 607 Green- 
wich 



Allwell James, street contractor, dwl 76 Natoma 
Allwell Susan, dress maker, dwl 72 Natoma 
Allyn John, dentist, dwl E s Howard nr Twentieth 
Allyn William H. machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 

529 Mission 
Allyne John W. book keeper with Stanford Bros. 

dwl 923 Bnsh 
Almaden Quicksilver Mine, S. F. Butterworth agent, 

office 207 Battery 
Aimer Robert, laborer, dwl Washoe Place 
Almy G. M. produce com, dwl Stevenson House 
Almy Moses B, with Dickinson & Gammans, dwl 

lluss House 
Alpen H. captain schooner Alameda, dwl 5 Mission 
Alpers Charles, leader Metropolitan Band, dwl 103 

Dupont 
Alpers John, musician, dwl 9 Stockton Place 
Alphonse G. Restaurant du Cariboo, 532 Pacific 
Alrutz John, with Loring & Sprague, dwl 608 Bnsh 
Akenz Jacob, boots and shoes, dwl 914 Washington 
Alsgood (Henry J Sg, Miller (W. H.J groceries and 

liquors, NW cor Jackson and Drumm 
Alsina Frederico & Co. fishermen, 29 Italian Fish 

Market 
ALSOP & CO. (Charles B. PolhemusJ merchantfl 

and agents London and Liverpool Royal Insur- 
ance Co. 411 and 413 California. (See Sup. 

Names) 
Alsop John, umbrella maker, 334 Bush 
ALSTROM (S.J &. JOHNSON (G. S.J proprie- 
tors Lick House, Ws Mont bet Post and Sutter 
Alt Christopher, boot maker, 608 Vallejo 
ALTA CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER (daily, 

weekly, and steamer) Fred'k MacCrelhsh & 

Co. proprietoi-s, office 536 Sacramento 
Alta Flour Mills, Stevenson nr First 
Altamireno Siniona Mrs. dress making, 206 Dupont 
Altenberg Ernest, book keeper with A. S. Rosen- 

baum &, Co. dwl 828 Washington 
Altenberg Frederick, dwl 415 Bush 
Altenberg Rosalia Mrs. millinery, 302 Kearny, dwl 

415 Bush 
Altenburg Pauline Mrs. French millinery, 828 Wash 
Altes George, tailor, dwl 1518 Powell, rear 
Althoff Herman, paper ruler with Buswell & Co. 

dwl 313 Pine 
Althoff John, painter with Hopps & Kanary 
Altman Frederick, dwl 17 Stockton Place 
Altman Isaac, fruit peddler, dwl W s Robbins Place, 

nr Union 
Altmayer Aaron, (Einstein Bros.) dwl 214 San 
Altmayer Abraham (Einstein Bros. J dwl 214 San 
Alton Jane .A. (widow) boarding, 904 Jackson 
Altoub Pedro (Louis Peres cV Co. J res San Jo86 
Altschul Louis, wines and liquors, 723 Sansom 
Altshuler H. Mrs. millinery, 234 Kearny and 1105 

Dupont 
Altshuler Levi, clerk, dwl 234 Kearny 
Altvater David, National Mills, dwl cor Pine and 

Belden 
Alvarado J. C. dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Alvarez J. M. painter, dwl 034 Pacific 
Alves Antonio J. barber, C33 Pacilic 
Alves Manuel (Jozedeavilar 4- A.J 114 Jackson 
Alvey Charles W. stoves and tinware, 907 Kearny, 

dwl 1520 Dupont 
Alviso Transportation Co. Bray & Bro. agents, NE 

cor Clay and Front 
ALVORD WILLIAM &. CO. (Richard Patrick) 

importers and jobbers hardware, 122 Battery, 

dwl 564 Folsom 
Amador Consolidated Silver M. Co. office 315 Mont 
Amasqui Lorenzo, laboi-er, dwl N s Dupont Alley 
Ambroifc Sebastieu, Lafayette Market, NE cor Pme 

and Dupont 
Ambrose B. market wj^on cor Fifth and Folsom 
Ambrose Samuel, dwl «29 Broadway 
Amedee Peter, laborer, dwl 409 Post 
Amelia M. Co. office 55 Montgomery Block 



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AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, John W. Sar 

ffeiU proprietor, 3iy-;<ii5 Siuisom 
AMEHH'AN FLAG, daily niul weekly, Daniel O. 
McCarthy editor mid proprietor, offace 604 Mont- 



Americiin Pioneer Cojipcr M. Co. ( Weaver District 

io) office ;Ct8 Montgomery 



trthy editor nnd proprietor 

goniery, editorial rooms .j17 Clay 
American Home Micsioiiary Society, Rev. Jamee H 

Warren iigent, office lil'-' Front 

;ricnn Pioneer Cojiper 

Colonido) office ICtS M 
American Pioneer (i. ifi S. M. C"o. office 338 Mont 
AMERICAN RUSSIAN COMMERCIAL ICE CO. 

office 718 Battery 
AMERICAN THEATER, E a Sansom bet Califor- 
nia and Sacramento 
AMERICAN VINTAGE CO. Milo Hoadley agent, 

office (517 Montgomery 
Amerige George, printerj dwl 100 Stockton corner 

O'Farrell 
Ames Benjamin F. drayman, 410 Front, dwl N s 

Stevenson bet Sixth and Seventh 
Ames Frank M. salesman vrith Haynes & Lawton, 

516 Sansom, dwl 433 Jessie 
Ames George H. clerk, 718 Alontgomery, dwl 408 

Geary 
Ames H. stevedore, dwl 111 Minna 
Ames Henry K. foreman with Bardwell &. Co. dwl 

NE cor'Hyde and O'Farrell 
Ames John, fruits, dwl 1438 Pacific 
Ames Orpheus N. with Ilolbs, Gilmore &. Co. dwl 

with Horace Hnwes, cor Folsom and Ninth 
AMES ORVILLE T. stock and money broker, 618 

Montgomery, dwl 113 Perry 
Ames Sophia, stewardess, steamer Senator 
Amich Adam, carpenter, dwl Helvetia Hotel 
Amis Sophia (col'd) domestic, with Frank M. Pixley 
Amme Hermann H. tailor with J. L. Brooke, dwl 

510 Front 
Ammon Frank, fruit peddler, E s Capp bet Twenty- 
First and Twenty-Second 
Amos Abraham, carpenter, dwl 18 First 
AMOS F. R. &, CO. dairy and produce commission, 

NE cor Com and Front, dwl 505 O'Farrell 
Amos George W. clerk. Pier 9 Stewart, dwl Folsom 

bet Beale and Fremont 
Amos John, silversmith, 810 Montgomery 
Amos John T. millwright. Pier 9 Stewart, dwl SW 

cor Union and Keamv 
AMOS fZeclwriah) ^'HVS^'EY (Arthur) & CO. 

(William H. Hookej lumber, and proprietors 

Victoria and Pnget Sound Packets, 123 Stewart 

Pier 9, dwl 507 Harrison 
Amy Gustave, salesman, 312 Sacramento, dwl 18 

Third 
Amy Leon (Ekeil 4- Co.) dwl 619 Kearny 
Ancarani Raffaele, with Brignardello, Macchiavello 

& Co. 706 Sansom 
Ancenhofer Louis, farmer, old Ocean House Road, 

six miles from City Hall 
Anderau Joseph, preserved meats, 9 Metropolitan 

Market, dwl 31 Kearny 
Anderfuren John, tailoring, 24 Dupont 
Anderson A. seaman, steamer Senator 
Anderson Alexander, laborer, dwl W b Jones bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
Anderson Andrew (Rosendahl Sf A.) dwl 1816 

Powell 
Anderson Andrew, cook, dwl 228 Commercial 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, dwl E s Main bet Mar- 
ket and Mission 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, dwl SW cor Louisiana 

and Sierra 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Anderson Andrew P. laborer, dwl S s Bush bet Polk 

and Van Ness Avenue 
Anderson Charles, with Ashton & Gay, dwl 626 

Ellis 
Anderson Charles, laborer, dwl 56 Stewart 
Anderson Charles, pvrotechnist with Tripp St, Rob- 
inson, dwl Empire Lodgings 



Anderson Charles, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Anderson Charles C. porter, S. F. &. San J0S6 R. R. 

Co. 302 Mont, dwl E s Sumner nr Howard 
Anderson Charles D. with James McDonogh, dwl 

121 Jessie 
Anderson Daniel, brick maker with William Buck- 
ley 
Anderson David, watch maker and jeweler, 58 Clay 
Anderson David C. actor, Maguire's Opera House, 

dwl 845 Dupont 
Anderson Edward, collector, dwl 1407 Powell 
Anderson Edward, watchman, dwl S s Liberty bet 

Townsend and Brannan 
Anderson Edward, wheelwright with Kimball &. 

Co 
Anderson Elias, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Anderson Erick M. tailor, dwl E s Montgomery bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Anderson F. iJ. Cincinnati Brewery, dwl 818 Jack 
ANDERSON F. C. & CO. real estate agents, 537 

Washington 
ANDERSON (Georfre) & HUSHAN (Patrick; 
Union Restaurant, SE cor Jackson and Drumm 
Anderson George, carpenter, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Larkin and Polk 
Anderson George, seaman, dwl 51 Sacramento 
Anderson George, seaman, dwl 228 Commercial 
Anderson Gubtave, workman, S. F. Cordage Fac- 
tory, dwl corSliast}\ and Michigan 
ANDEliSON (Henry C.J & ROALFE ( William) 
oysters, 32 Washington Market, dwl E s Vin- 
cent nr Union 
Anderson Isaac, flour packer, dwl NE comer Bush 

and Sansom 
Anderson J. topographical aid, U. S. Coast Snrvey, 

office Custom House third floor 

ANDERSON JAMES & CO. (Charles Shelton) 

shippingniasters, Davis cor Pacific, dwl Vernon 

House 

Anderson James, bootblack (colored) dwl 8 Anbum 

Anderson James, watch maker with Tucker & 

Co. dwl 169 Minna 
Andei-son James H. (colored,) dwl 8 Aubom 
Anderson Jane Miss, dwl 220 Tehama 
Anderson J. M. dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Anderson John, mariner, dwl 223 Ritch 
Anderson John, carpenter, dwl 209 Jessie 
Anderson John, carpenter,dwl 5 Dixon's Block, Jane 
Anderson John, carpenter with Godfrey Hargitt, 17 

Geary, dwl 209 Jessie 
Anderson John, cook, dwl 20 Commercial 
Anderson John, cook with Augustus Lind 
Andereon John (col'd) cook, dwl 829 Pacific 
Anderson John, laborer, stm Pacific, dwl W s San- 
som bet Green and Vallejo 
Anderson John, liquors, dwl 8 Jackson 
Andereon John, nurse, U. S. Marine Hospital 
Anderson John, stock broker, office 622 Clay, dwl E 

Mariposa nr Carolina 
Anderson John, tinsmith with A. Brown, res Oak- 
land 
Anderson John, wines and liquors, W s Front bet 

Vallejo and Broadway, dwl 306 Green 
Anderson John F. (colored) upholsterer, dwl 1006 

Jackson 
Anderson J. P. proptr Ocean Honse, W s Drumm 

bet Jackson ana Clark 
Anderson Lewis, dwl E s Leavenworth bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Anderson JIagnes, waiter, dwl Original House 
Anderson Maria (widow) dwl 111 Ellis 
Anderson Mary (widow) dwl 37 Jessie 
Anderson Mary A. Mrs. dwl S s Liberty bet Town- 
send and Brannan 
Andei-son Matliew A. music t«acher, dwl 812 Stock 
Anderson Matilda Miss, domestic, dwl E s Vincent 

nr Union 
Anderson Neil T. stevedore, dwl W s Sansom bet 
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Andereon Peter (col'd) proprietor and publisher Pa- 
ciiic Appeal and clothes renovator, 541 Merch, 
dwl E 8 Sansoni bet Green and Union 

Anderson Peter W. salesman, G07 Siicraniento 

Anderson fP. W.) & Proiisertfne (A.J importer 
laces and embroideries, 105 Montgomery 

Anderson Rasmus, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 

Ander8(m Robert, dwl 1429 Taylor 

Anderson Sarah (col'd widow,") dwl 113G Pacific 

Anderson Thomas, Empire Coal Yard, 737 Jackson, 
dwl 34 Ellis 

Anderson Thomas, foreman Lazard Freres' Ware- 
house, dwl W 8 Sanson! bet Green and Union 

Anderson Thomas, laborer with John G. North, dwl 
SW cor Louisiana and Sierra 

Anderson William, contractor, dwl 418 Tehama 

Anderson William, engineer, Potrero Rope Walk, 
dwl cor Humboldt and Kentucky 

Anderson William, machinist, dwl ficker bet Clem- 
entina and Folsom 

Anderson William, watchman, Market Street R. R. 
dwl Valencia nr Sixteenth 

Anderson William, watchman, U. S. Marine Hospital 

Anderson William G. ship carpenter, dwl Illmois 
nr Lena Place 

Anderson William H. dwl 541 Tehama 

Anderson William II. calker, dwl 315 Harrison 

Anderson William 11. contractor, dwl 418 Tehama 

Anderson Win. T. dwl 84'2 Mission 

Anderson f Win. N.J &. Kline (Jacob J Fulton Market 
SE cor Stockton and Washington, dwl 14 John 

Andolshek Andrew Rev. assistant pastor, St. Boni- 
face Church, dwl 122 Sutter 

Andrade Antonio, dwl 442 Union 

Andrade Evaristo, compositor. El Correo de San 
Francisco, 617 Sansom 

Andrade G. mcht, office 403 Jackson, dwl 27 Sixth 

Andrade Jose, dwl W s Margai'et Place 

Andrade Wm. dwl 27 Sixth 

Andre P. pork, etc. 19 Metropolitan Market 

Andres Chris, musician, dwl 320 Kearny 

Andres Mary (widow) dwl 1314 Powell 

Andres Peter, laborer, dwl 315 Bush 

Andresen Brothers (Christian and JohnJ cairia^e 
making and blacksmith ing, 119 Sansom 

Andresen John (Andresen Bros. J dwl 119 Sansom 

Andrew Guadulupe, machinist, dwl 162 First 

Andrews A. B. teacher penmanship Public Schools, 
dwl 720 Market 

Andrews Ann M. (widow) dress making, dwl 1 
Howard Court 

Andrews Asa (Batchelder Sf A.J dwl Bryant PI 

Andrews Charles, steward stm Moses Taylor 

Andrews Charles N. manuf children's carriages, SE 
cor Main and Howard, dwl 1025 Pacific 

Andrews E. O. Trcniont Market, NE cor Fremont 
and Folsom, dwl 30 Natoma 

Andrew^s Frederick J. workman, Alta Mills, dwl 
W 8 Treat Avenue nr Twenty-Second 

Andrews George, painter, dwl 24 Oak 

Andrews George IJ. driver North Beach &L M. R. 
R. Co. dwl IGl Tehama 

Andrews Harry, mail clerk Alta California, dwl 
Masonic Building 

Andrews Henry, dwlNE cor Folsom and Sixth 

Andrews II. L. dwl 4 Hardie Place 

Andrews H. S. Jlre. electro chemical baths and 
water cure, 10 Post, Masonic Temple 

Andrews J. B. dwl William Tell House 

Andrews Jerry, fireman, steamer Chrysopolis 

Andrews J. G. machinist, S. F. I.WkB, dwl 162 First 

Andrews John, lodgings, \'i\ Second 

Andrews John, painter, dwl 229 Sutter 

Andrews M. E. Miss, saleswoman, 208 Bush, res 
Oakland 

Andrews Mitchell, seaman, dwl 54 Sacramento 

Andrews Nancy H. (widow) dwl 759 Mission 

Andrews Oliver, hog butcher, E s Ninth bet Bryant 
and Bran nan 



Andrews P. T. dwl 633 Market 

Andrews Thomas I. maltster. 432 Brannan, dwl 434 

Brannan 
ANDREWS W. 0. (J. C. Hutchinson Sf Co. J 
notary public and commissioner deeds, 626 Mont- 
gomery, dwl E s Second Avenue nr Sixteenth 
Andrezjowski J. W. Military Headquarters Saloon, 
N\V cor Bush and Montgomery, dwl 702 Bush 
Andronetti G. B. dwl 928 Pacific 
Angel James R. clerk with John A. Russ, dwl 1117 

Montgomery 
Angel Oliver, calker, dwl 54 First 
Angel Texas, clerk with S. M. &. D. S. Wilson, dwl 

1117 Montgomery 
Angele George, laborer. Pacific Flour Mills 
Angeline James, box maker, dwl 537 Howard 
Angelie August, tinsmith with M. Prag, dwl 16 San 
ANGELIS EDWARD, proprietor German Hall, 16 

and 18 Sansom 
Angelitt Theodore, jeweler with C. Eckart, dwl 

German Hall 
Angelius Richard, workman, Albany Brewery, dwl 

129 Fourth 
Angell Andrew J. machinist, dwl E s Minna bet 

Second and Third 
Angell H. A. blacksmith, dwl 120 Minna 
Angell Horace B. (Hotdand, A. Sf King J dwl 11 

Clementina 
Angell Hyram G. machinist, dwl 47 Clementina 
Angell J. W. clerk. Miners' Foundry, dwl 11 Clem- 
entina . 
Angels Charles A. reporter, dwl 155 Third 
Anger Louis, instrument maker vs'ith Wm. Scbmolz, 

dwl Federal Building 
Anger Victor, currier with W. H. Warren, dwl Fol- 
som bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
Angerer Charles, shoe making, 126 Post 
Anges William, wool sorter, S. F. P. W. Mills, dwl 

cor North Point and Van Ness Avenue 
Angh Kee & Co (Chinese^ merchants, 738 Sac 
Angoustures Antoine, works with Arguelas Bemal 
Angoustures Fran(jois, works with Arguelas Bernal 
Anguis C. G. (Catamch Sf Co. J dwl 525 Davis 
Angus John A. superintendent S. F. P. W. Mills, 

dwl cor North Point and Van Ness Avenue 
Annan William, teamster with James McDevitt, 

dwl W s Sanson! bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Annie Frederick, varnisher with "Goodwin &, Co. 

dwl W 8 Third bet Jessie and Stevenson 
Annis William, boatman, dwl 631 Davis 
Anqui Stephen, waiter, Russ House 
Ansaldo Frank, dravman, 421 Jackson 
Ansbro Thomas, policeman, C. S.N. Co. Broadway 

Wharf, dwl Zoe Place nr Folsom 
Anson Patrick F. painter with James R. Kelly, dwl 

cor Geary and Larkin 
Anson Richard, dwl SW cor Larkin and Geary 
Ansorg Charles, dwl 813 Han ison 
Ansous Victor, sausage maker, dwl 1418 Stockton 
Antelope G. & S. M. Co. office 522 Montgomery 
Authes Anthea (John iSf A. A.J NW cor Sacramento 

and Kearny 
Anthes Frederick, musician, dwl 27 St. Mark Place 
Anthea John &l Anthea, liquor saloon, NW cor Sac- 
ramento and Kearny 
Anthes John ( Huher ^-'A.J dwl 805 Bush 
Anthes Peter, clerk, 61 Washington Market, dwl E 8 

Mission abv Twelfth 
Anthony Edward T. & Co. repackers merchandise, 
NE cor Sacrauieuto and Battery, dwl N s Oak 
bet Franklin and Gough 
Anthony George W. news dealer. Occidental Hotel 
Anthony James M. mariner, dwl N s Minna bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Anthony Julius, waiter. What Cheer House 
Anthony M. Mrs. dwl 220 Kearny 
Anthony Mary Mrs. nurse, dwl 332 Third 
Anthony R. M. book keeper with William Sherman 
& Co. dwl 729 California 



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Antoine Lewis (col'd) cook, f)30 Commercial 

Antonio John, workman with Antonio Flores 

Antonio Joseph, liquor Huloon, W b MiBsion bet 
Twenty- First and Twenty-Second 

Antunovich Floro, coH'ee stniid, NVV cor Clay and 
EuHt 

Antnnovich Nicolas, bar keeper, NW cor Clay and 
East 

Antz Henry, butcher, dwl 37 Third 

Anzel Philip, soap nmnufacturer, dwl SW cor Lom- 
bard and Hurt Mian 

Apache Chief Mining Co, office 702 Washington 

Apel Jolin. architect, dwl 283 Stevenson 

APEL'S BUILDING, E b Kearny bet California 
and Pine 

Apelti-ee John, brewer, dwl 713 Greenwich 

Apollo G. & S. M. Co. office 402 Front 

Appel Fnink, baker, dwl 200 Sutter 

Appel John C. cabinet maker, dwl NW cor Vallejo 
and Polk 

Appel Samuel &. Co. (B. P. Barnctt) manufacturers 
oil dothini;, 322 Commercial, dwl 7 Dupont 

Appel Samuel, liquor saloon, SE cor Stockton and 
O'Farrell, dwl 7 Dupont 

Appel Sarah Mrs. millinery, 204 Kearny 

Appel Wolf, tailor, dwl 204 Keaniy 

Appleby Thomas, landscape gardener and nursery- 
man, cor Valencia ana Fourteenth, dwl Cincin- 
nati Brewery, Valencia nr Sixteenth 

Appleby William, gardener, Mission, dwl Cincin- 
nati Brewery, Valencia nr Sixteenth 

Applegate J. Henry, jr. book keeper with A. Roman 
& Co. dwl 219 Stevenson 

Applegate Josiah H. attorney at law, office 702 Wash- 
ington, dwl 219 Stevenson 

Applegate Uriah, wagon maker, dwl 186 Jessie 

APPLETON D. E. & CO. books, stationery, cut- 
lery, etc., 508 Montgomery, and bookstands SE 
cor Clay and Kearny, NE cor California and 
Kearny, and NE cor Sacramento and Leides- 
dorff, dwl 1010 Pine 

Appleton Michael, laborer, bds with Joseph Seale, 
N 8 Turk nr Fillmore 

Appo Junius B. porter stm Pacific, dwl 924 Wash 

Apulstil Charles, watch case maker, dwl SW cor 
Oak and Fillmore 

Ar Hing (Chinese) washing, 1213 Dupont 

Ar Quong (Chinese) wsishing and ironing, dwl E 8 
Sansom bet Broadway and Pacific 

Arbitrios Mining Co. office 811 Montgomery, A. 
Martinon, secretary 

Arbogast Frederick, upholsterer -with F. G. Edwards 

Arcan Charles, apprentice Miner's Foundry, dwl 
312 Beale 

ARCHBALD JOHN, cashier and secretary San 
Francisco Savings Union, 529 California, dwl 
1319 Powell 

Archer Edward (col'd) porter, dwl 927 Broadway 

Archer Kat€ Mrs. actress, Maguire's Opera House 

Archer William, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 
120 Shipley 

Ai-chibald Jam'ea, molder, dwl 129 Jackson 

ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE CO. New York, 
Bigelow & Brother agents, 50.5 Montgomery 

Arden William, laborer, dwl 3 Lick Alley 

Ardito Guiseppe, fisherman, 9 Italian Fisn Market 

Ardizzi Antonio, cook, 515 Merchant 

Arees C. P. Lafayette H. & L. Co. No. 2 

Arents Hiram, merchant, dwl 543 Tehama 

Areskog Gustave A. tanner, with James Duncan, 
dwl S 8 Brannan bet Eighth and Ninth 

Arey Charles, csiptain bark Ocean, office Pier 12 
"Stewart 

Arey Eliza Miss, dwl 41 Everett 

Arey Emily F. (widow) matron Deaf, Dumb, and 
Blind Asylum, SE cor Fifteenth and Mission 

Arey Eva Miss, dwl 1024 Stockton 

Arey Helen S. Miss, assistant, Sutter Street Primary 
"School, dwl 41 Everett 



Arey James A. cigar clerk. International Hotel 
Arev Walter W. book keeper with Jacob Uuder- 

"hill & Co. 120 Battery 
Arfort John B. blacksmithing, 220 Post, dwl 16 

Lewis Place 
Argall John, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

629 Mission 
Argent G. & S. M. Co. office 529 Clay 
Argenti Ellen Mrs. toys, 402 Third 
Argenti Madaline (widow) dwl 4.09 Bryant 
Argenti Tullio, stencil cutter, dwl 402 Third 
Argoz Jos6, adjutant general, Mexicjin Army, dwl 

What Cheer Houkc 
Argyras Basil, broker, office 423 Front, dwl NE cor 

Dupont and Chestnut 
Arimond Jacob, groceries and liquors, cor Presidio 

Road and Fillmore 
Arimo80 Liberal, with Peter Bonzi. 515 Merchant 
Arison Henry, carpenter, dwl 828 Unicm 
Arizona Consolidated M. Co. office 611 Clay 
Armajin Charles, with Lewis & Neville, 113 Clay, 

dwl West End Hotel 
Armer Robert, laborer, dwl 5 Washoe Place 
ARMES {C. W. Sf G. W.J & DALLAM f Rich- 
ard B.) manufacturers brooms, 26 and 28 Beale, 
tub and pail manufactoi-y, 22 and 24 California, 
and importers wood and willow ware, 215 and 
217 Sacramento, dwl 618 Greenwich 
Armes George W. fArmes Sf Dallam) res Oakland 
Ai-mes William J. lumber dealer, dwl 540 Second 
Armitage John, sail maker, dwl N s McAllister bet 

Buchanan and Webster 
Armond Frank, peddler wagon, cor Market and 

Third 
Armor Joseph G. house and sign painter, 427 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 7 Prospect Place 
ARMORY HALL BUILDING, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 
Arms Moses C. Waverly Market, NW cor Sacra- 
mento and Waverly Place, dwl 627 Union 
Arms Richard D. inspector, C. H. dwl SW cor 

Broadway and Montgomery 
Armstrong Catharine (widow) "dwl 724 Howard 
Armstrong Charles, lab. dwl 27 St. Mark PI, rear. 
Armstrong Charles, steward Vigilant Engine Co. 

dwl 708 Broadway 
Armstrong Charles M! & Co. proptrs Mission Street 
Brewery, Mission nr Second, dwl 371 Brannan 
Armstrong Christopher, sign painter, dwl SW cor 

Hayes and Octavia 
Armstrong Dennis, salesman, 206 Kearny, dwl 7 

Morse 
Armstrong Elizabeth, domestic, dwl 6 Hodges Place 
Armstrong Ellen E. Miss, dwl with Edward G. 
Beckwith, E s Mission bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 
Armstrong Francis, porter, 120 Bat, dwl 45 Louisa 
Armstrong (Henry) & Kelly (William) grainers, 

611 Market, dwl 619 Mission 
Armstrong J. driver with John Agnew, 26 Kearny 
Armstrong James, dwl 735 Market 
Armstrong James, bar keeper, Olympic Melodeon, 

dwl NE cor Clay and Kearnv 
Armstrong (Jamex) &, Bertran ^jTAoTnas^ tinsmithfl 

Fort Point, dwl 126 St. Mark Place 
Armstrong J. I. carpenter. d\yl 323 Keamjr 
Armstrong J. J. contractor, dwl SE cor Mission and 

First 
Armstrong John, clerk, dwl SE cor Taylor and Fil- 
bert 
Armstrong Kate Miss, domestic, 833 Bush 
Armstrong Lewis (Pearson Sf A.) dwl Rues House 
Armstrong Marietta Mrs. boarding, 735 Market 
ARMSTRONG (R. B.) SHELDON (John P.) & 
DAVIS /^ IF. H.) Union Lumber Yard, SE cor 
California and Davis, dwl S s Wash nr Powell 
Armstrong Robert, carpenter, dwl Bay View Park 
Armstrong Thomas, hostler. What Cheer Livery 
Stable, 121 Jackson 



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Armstrong Trueman B. tinsmith with J. W. Brittan 

& Co. dwl 616 Colifomia 
Armstrong W. dwl What Cheer Houee 
Armstrong William, painter, dwl lb'2 Perry 
Arnaiid Albert, upholsterer, dwl 205 Sutter 
Arnaud Ernest, box maker, dwl 58 Jessie 
Arnaud Paul, upholsterer, 205 Sutter 
Arndt Gottlieb, boot maker, dwl 631 Broadway 
Arnheim Julius, clerk, 332 Mont, dwl 8 Stewart 
Arnheim S. clothing, 315 Pacific 
Arnheim Samuel S. cigars and tobacco, 332 Mont- 
gomery and 8 Stewart 
Arnuold Frederick, porter, Bootz Hotel 
Aruitz Xavier, Essex Market, SE cor Dapont and 

Green 
Arnold Amelia (widow) liquor saloon, 1211 Dupout 
Arnold Ames, teamster with Blyth & Wetherbee 
Arnold B. laborer, Bay Sugar Refinery, dwl 220 

Pacific 
Arnold Benjamin E. wholesale butcher, 536 Kearny, 

dwl 50y Bryant 
Arnold Bernara, laborer, dwl Chicago Hotel, 220 

Pacific 
Arnold Caspar, hatter, 14 Geary 
Arnold (Cyrus) & Heywood f S. J.J poultry and 
produce, 11 and 12 Metropolitan Market, dwl 
650 Howard 
Arnold Edward, barber, dwl Bash nr Lone Moun- 
tain 
ARNOLD ELBRIDGE F. books, stationery, and 

periodicals, 538 Market, dwl 51 Natoma 
Arnold Emily P. Mrs. dwl 116 Perrv 
Arnold Ferdinand D. butcher, dwl ^37 Howard 
Arnold Francis W. cooper, 708 Front, dwl N 8 Fil- 
bert bet Gough and Octavia 
Arnold Frank, carpenter, dwl 446 Brannan 
Arnold Franklin, watchman Manhattan House, 705 

Front 
ARNOLD JOHN & CO. {Lawson S. AdamsJ 

merchants, (Sacramento) office 405 Front 
Arnold John, mariner, dwl 737 Howard 
Arnold John, tailor, dwl 336 Bush 
Arnold John C. butcher with B. E. Arnold, dwl cor 

Bryant and Tenth 
Arnold John F. drayman, 320 Jackson, dwl Ss 

Washington bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Arnold Lewis, grocer, dwl 1318 Jackson 
Arnold Marv Ann Miss, domestic, 212 Ellis 
ARNOLD N. S. & CO. importers hardware, ag- 
ricultural implements, washing machines, and 
clothes wrin^rs, 306 Batter_v, dwl W a Capp 
bet Twenty-Third and Twenty-Fourth 
Arnold Oscar B-. collector, office 626 Clay, dwl SW 

cor Folsom and First 
Arnold Robert (col'd) wood sawyer, dwl N s Green 

bet Montgomery and Sansom 
Arnold Thomas C. porter, 216 Cal, dwl 619 Mission 
Arnold Thomas J. (Cox Sf A.) dwl 226 Sixth 
Arnold William, vamisher with J. Peirce 415 Cal 
Aruot Nathaniel D. president Vulcan Iron Works 

Co. dwl 947 Howard 
Amstein Eugene, book keeper with Stein, Simon & 

Co. dwl 1321 Powell 
Aron Joseph ( Weil Sf Co.) dwl 1018 Bush 
Aron Simon, salesman, 226 Front, dwl 1125 Powell 
Arons Morris, house and sign painter, 3 Summer, 

dwl S 8 Sixteenth bet Valencia and Guerrero 
Aronsohn Siegmund, beer bottler, dwl 3 Monroe 
Aronson George (A. P. Craner ^ Co.) dwl 110 

Kearny 
Aronstein Adolf, physician, office and dwl 812 Wash 
Arpers John, musicmn, dwl 911 Greenwich 
Arps John, groceries and liquors, NW cor Geary 

and Hyde 
Arrata Pietro, chocolate maker with D. Ghirardelli 

&. Co. 417 Jackson 
Arrington A. S. clerk, 626 Jlont, dwl 1433 Taylor 
ARRINGTON N. O. stock and money broker," 626 
Montgomei-y, dwl 724 Folsom 



Arriola Fortunato, artist, studio 338 Montgomerv, 

room 20, dwl 2 Haven Place 
Arrivets John, boot maker, 631 Pacific 
Arrowsmith D. B. ex-gauger, dwl 834 Clay 
Arroyo Seco Copper M. Co. No. 1 (Amador Co-) 

office 415 Montgomery 
Arthur Edwin M. clerk, 512 Cal, dwl 1027 Bush 
Arthur George N. with J. D. Arthur & Sou, dwl 

1027 Bush 
Arthur Jacob F. policeman. City Hall, dwl 325 

ARTHUR J. D. & SON, importers and jobbers 

agricultural implements, SW cor California and 

Davis, dwl 1027 Bush 
Arthur Thomjis, workman with John Henry, dwl 

Dolores Hall 
Arthurs Anna Miss (col'd) domestic, 218 Bush 
ARTIGUES LOUIS, butcher, 17 New Market, dwl 

N 8 Sixteenth nr Rhode Island 
Arzaga Joseph, compositor, American Flag, dwl 

Gautier's House 516 Pacific 
Aschiem William, clerk, dwl 429 Bush 
Ash Charles, drayman, SW cor Third and Brannan 
Ash David, blacksmith, dwl 91/ Jones 
Ash Jacob fJ. Alexander Sj- Co.) dwl 822 Post 
Ash James J. with L. Atkinson &. Co. dwl 917 Jones 
Ash Leo (J. Alexander Sc Co.) dwl 822 Post 
Ash Louisa (widow) dwl 49 Jessie 
Ash Philip, molder, dwl 421 Xatoma 
Ash f William H.) & Hurley (Charles) gents' fur- 
nishing goods, 602 Kearny, dwl 917 Jones 
Ashbumer William, mining engineer, 90 Montgom- 
ery Block, dwl Brevoort House 
ASHBURY MONROE, real estate and supervisor 

Fifth District, office and dwl 7 Mercantile Li- 
brary Building 
Ashby Mark T. dwl 516 Greenwich 
Ashcom James E. register clerk Fourth District 

Court, dwl 218 Bush 
Ashcroft William, mate stmr Cornelia, dwl 41 Na^ 

toma 
Asheuheini William, clerk, 25 Metropolitan Market 
Asher A. F. clothing, dwl 725 Battery 
Asher Edwai-d, waiter. Ruga House 
Asher Elias, groceries and liquors, NW cor Bush 

and Battery 
Aaher S. clothing, dwl 14 Stewart 
Ashim Rose Miss, dwl 540 Mission 
Ashim Simon, dwl 6 Howard Court 
Ashley Augustus F. carpenter, dwl 783 Market 
Ashley D. R. attorney at law, dwl 712 Bush 
Ashley George B. (cold) waiter atmr Chrysopolis 
Aahley S. J. master mason, Engineer'a Department, 

Fort Point 
Aahman Richard A. engineer. Miners' Foundry, dwl 

336 Ritch 
Ashmead G. S. carpenter and builder, 318 Dupont, 

dwl 320 Dupont 
Aaholford W. W. dwl What Cheer House 
ASHTON CHARLES, agent for physicians, office 

415 Pine, dwl N s Ellis bet Hyde and Larkin 
Ashton Charles S. clerk with J. J. Robbins, dwl 930 

Mission 
Ashton Geoi^e, dwl W s Shotwell nr Fifteenth 
Asin William, carpenter, dwl Summer Street Honse 
Askin David, porter with James H. Widber, cor 

Kearny and Market 
Askina Richard, seaman, dwl 132 Folsom 
Asmus (John) & Folmar (Philip) farmers, San 

3Iiguel Rancho 
Asmus John, porter. Commercial Flour Mill, dwl 

415 Powell 
Aemuasen Peter, drayman, dwl 721 Lombard 
Aspen Mary Mrs. dwl 1 Stockton Place 
Assembly Hall, NW cor Post and Kearnv 
ASSESSOR CITY AND COUNTY, office City 

Hall 22 first floor 
ASSESSOR U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE, office 

NW cor Battery and Commercial 



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AsBion Henry fA»*ion Sf Bro.) dwl 205 Mont 

Aseion (Joseph) 6c Brother (Henry) merchant tail- 
ors, 'iOfj MontKOinery. dwl IMS Tliird 

Awmirn Adolph, baker with F^ngelberf,' & Wagner 

Aston Antonetti (widow) dwl (>04 California 

A»to[i Curran, carpenter, dwl 75 Fourth 

Aston JanieH, porter. .lohn Sime & Co. dwl S 8 Jes- 
sie bet Fifth and Sixth 

Afitredo Autliony, bar keeper, Lick Honue Saloon, 
dwl 112 Sutter 

Astruc Gustave, carpenter, Lafayette H. & L. Co. 
No. 2 

Atattorre Jophilo, laborer, dwl W a Battery bet 
Vallejo and Green 

ATCHINSON B. M. & CO. (P. A. RodgersJ but- 
ter, cheese, and eggs, 7 Occidental Market, dwl 
60 Natonia 

Atchison Lewis, with Thomas Vamey, 127 First, dwl 
728 Folfoin 

Athearn (Charles G.) &. Morrison (Charley W.) 
wholesale and retail groceries and provisions, 8 
Clay, dwl N s Haves bet Octavia and I>agnna 

Atheam Charles M. milk dealer, dwl 147 Tehama 

Athearn Joseph H. clerk, 8 Clay, dwl 343 Fremont 

Atheujeum Bnilding, SE cor Montgomery and Cal 

Atherton F. D. office 705 Sansoni. res Redwood City 

Atherton William F. stoves and tin ware, 15 Second, 
dwl 1() Sansom 

Atherton W. L. medical student, dwl 755 Clay 

Atkins Charles, dwl 10 Stevenson Honse 

Atkins Eben, with Dibblee & Hyde, 108 Front, dwl 
436 Bush 

Atkins Heni-y B. groceries and liquors, NW cor 
O'Farrell and Jones 

Atkins Robert C. (Orr Sf A.) dwl 607 Pine 

Atkinson B. M. dwl 462 Natoma 

Atkinson Edward, dyer, S. F. P. Woolen Mills 

Atkinson George, wheelwright, S s Vallejo nr Bat- 
tery, dwl 212 Broadway, rear 

Atkinson James, dver, S. F. P. Woolen Mills 

ATKINSON JAJ'IES, Market Exchange Liquor 
Saloon, 538 Market 

Atkinson John P. steward stm Yosemite, dwl 365 
Minna 

Atkinson Joseph B. (L. Atkinson Sf Co.) res Phila- 
delphia 

Atkinson Joseph H. real estate, office 621 Clay, dwl 
N s Broadway above Taylor 

ATKINSON L. & CO. '(Joseph. B. Atkinson) 
manufacturers and importers shirts, collare, etc. 
509 Sacramento 

Atkinson Nathan (S. Hancock Sf- Co. J office room 
2 Mead House 

Atkinson Samuel, assistant superintendent S. F. & 
S. Jos(? R. R. dwl S 8 Sixteenth, second door 
W of Folsom 

Atkinson Thomas, dwl Old San Jos6 Road nr Indus- 
trial School 

Atkinson Thomas F. machinist, Fulton Foundry 

Atlantic House, John McManus, proprietor, 210 and 
212 Pacific 

ATLAS IRON WORKS, Dunn, McHaffie & Co. 
proprietors, 24 and 26 Fremont 

Attridge Edward, porter, 410 Front, dwl N s Filbert 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Attridge James, warehouse laborer, dwl SW cor 
Sansom and Union 

Attridge Thomas, porter with Lewis P. Sage, dwl 
E s Calhoun bet Green and Union 

Atwill Albert J. painter, dwl 116 Sansom 

Atwood C. L. Mrs. teacher Belles Lettres Boys' High 
School, dwl 145 Natonia 

ATWOOD (E. A.) & BODWELL (H. //.; wind- 
mill manufacturers, 222 Mission, dwl 145 Na- 
toma 

Atwood Edward, dwl 9 Dupont 

Atwood Edward T. butcher, dwl 5 Martha Place 

Atwood Frank H. with Melville Atwood, dwl 722 
Bush 



Atwood George, mariner, dwl NE cor Broadway 

and Kearny 
Atwood Geo. A. engineer. Golden State Iron Works 
dwl W 8 Foleom bet Twenty-First and Twenty- 
Second 
Atwood Lucy S. Mrs. dwl with J. L. Eells, W s 

Folsom ijet Twenty-First and Twenty-Second 
Atwood Melville, mining engineer, dwl 7^2 Bush 
Atwood William T. book keeper with Martin &- Co. 

dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Au Soos (Chinese) wanhing and ironing, 841 Dupont 
Aub George F. expressman, dwl 323 Pine 
Auberlin Augustus, machinist, Fulton Foundry, dwl 

10 St. Mark Place 
Aubert Albert, butcher with J. Stock, dwl 626 Cal 
Aubert Paul, dwl N b O'Farrell bet Lagnna and 

Octavia 
Aubinaud Peter, dwl 8 b Polk Alley 
Aubrant Constant, blacksmith, dwl N b Pacific bet 

Dupont and Kearny 
Aubrey William H. carpenter, dwl 37 Stevenson 
Anbriere Pierre, laundryman, dwl t)38 Broadway 
Aubry Catherine F. Mrs. books and stationery, 310 

Third 
Aubry Francis O. cabinet maker, 302 Third, dwl 310 

Third 
Aubry Joseph, trunk manufacturer, SW cor Stock- 
ton and Sacramento 
Auction G. &. S. M. Co. office 404 Front 
Audiffred (H.J &. Male ^G.y wood and charcoal, foot 
Market Street Wharf, dwl S 8 Bush bet Polk 
and Van Ness Avenue 
AUDITOR CITY AND COUNTY, office 3 City 

Hall, first floor 
Audouin Charles, cook, dwl 821 Kearny 
Auer Joseph, tailor, dwl 319 Bush 
Auerbach Leopold, shoe maker, NE cor Kearny and 

Broadway 
Auerbach Louis, cigars, What Cheer House, dwl 621 

Post 
Aufermann August, clerk 219 Montgomery, dwl 

Lutgen's Hotel 
Auger B. Eugene, importer and commission mer- 
chant, 704 Sansom, dwl SE cor Gough and 
Fulton 
Auger Mary A. (widow) French laundry, 777 Clay 
Angier Caroline Madame, French dress maker, 620 

Sacramento 
Augusta Louise Miss, waitress, dwl SWcor Dupont 

and Broadway 
Augustine John, vegetable garden, nr Bay View 

Park 
Augustine Morris, book keeper, 316 Sacramento, dwl 

1521 Powell 
Augustus Joseph, painter, and steward Howard En- 
gine House 
Ault Joseph P. freight clerk, dwl 258 Clementina 
Aungst Henry, with N. R. Lowell, NW cor Pine 

and Davis 
Auradoii (Jules) & Bunker (Robert F.) curers and 
dealers in hams, bacon, etc. 507 Merchant, dwl 
1310 Pacific 
Aureau Frances Miss, French laundry, 26 Post 
Aureau L. liquor saloon, SW cor Kearny and Com- 
mercial, dwl 25 Post 
Auser E. W. clerk, steamer Relief, res Petaluma 
Ausserman A. book keeper, dwl Lutgen's Hotel 
AUSTIN (Alexander) & CO. (Joseph Atistin and 
Alexander ChisholmJ dry goods, SE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sutter 
Austin Alvah C. (Goddard 4- Co.; dwl 850 Howard 
AUSTIN BENJ. C. importer and jobber stoves, tin- 
ware, wire, etc. 324 Clay, dwl 720 Filbert 
Austin Augusta (widow) dwl with Gerrard Debney 
Austin Daniel, Wilson's Circus, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Austin Edward, laborer, dwl 35 Sacramento 
Austin Edward, oiler, steamer Chrysopolis 
Austin Emilius, tinsmith with Osgood &. Stetson, 
dwl Clay nr Stockton 



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Austin Frank B. office 6 Goverument House, dwl 

1105) Stockton 

Austin Henry, carpenter, dwl 327 Dupont 

Austin Henry, dentist, 634 Washington, dwl 516 
Lombarcl nr Powell 

Austin Henry, drayman, dwl 1513 Larkin 

Austin John, second-hand crockery, '212 First 

Austin Jose\\[\fAu.iii7i. J^- Co.) bds Russ House 

Austin Joseph, dwl 15 Rousch 

Austin Marcus E. with Willard Hodges, 223 Sacra- 
mento, dwl E s Tavlor bet Filbert and Union 

Austin Margaretta (widow) dwl 607 Sutter 

Austin Minnie F. Miss, teacher Belles Lettres, Girls' 
High School, dwl 313 Taylor 

Austin Sampson, with R. A. Swain & Co. dwl 826 
Broadway 

Austin Tunier, carpenter, dwl 633 Market 

Australian & Melbourne Circular Line of Packets, 
P. A. Hughes agent. Battery op Custom House 

Autagne George, waiter, 647 Commercial, dwl 814 
Sacramento 

Averell Anson f Grant, Averell &• Co.) dwl 320 
O'Farrell 

Averill Chester C. Mexican coast messenger. Wells, 
Fargo & Co. dwl SE cor Mont and Cal 

Averill William, ship carpenter with John G. North, 
dwl 331 Bryant 

Avery Annie L. physician, office and dwl 158 Sec- 
ond cor Howard 

Averv Benjamin P. city editor Evening Bulletin, 
dwl 3 Geaiy Place 

Avery Clark, carpenter, dwl Presidio Road nr Scott 

Avery D. R. (Brown Sr A.J dwl 515 Bush 

Avery Harris G. tinsmith with Locke & Montague, 
dwl 436 Fremont 

Avery Henry F. helper. Miners' Foundry, dwl 6 
Lick Alley 

Avery James A. mariner, dwl 309 Bryant 

Avery Ophelia (widow) domestic, 621 Bush 

Axt Louis, shoe maker, 640 Broadway 

Ayala Cipriano, wood dealer, dwl S 8 Greenwich, 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Ayer Henry, clerk, dwl 414 Market 

Ayer Joseph G. contractor and builder, dwl W 8 
Folsom bet Twentieth and Twenty-First 

Ayer Milo J. carpenter, dwl SE cor O'Farrell and 
Leavenworth 

Ayer Washington, physician and school director. 
Third District, office and dwl 605 Sacramento 

AYERS ELLIS, importer and jobber stoves and tin- 
ware, 417 Washington, dwl American Exchange 

Ayers Grosveuor P. clerk with Ellis Ayers, 417 
Washington, dwl American Exchange 

Ayers Henry P. painter, dwl 655 Harrison 

Ayers Hiram, carrier, Morning Call 

Ayers Ira jr. book keeper with George F. Bragg & 
Co. dwl 770 Howard 

AYERS J. J. & CO. (Peter B. Forster, Charles F. 
Jobson and Austin Wiley) editors and proprie- 
tors Dailv Morning Call, office 612 Commercial, 
dwl 25 rurk 

Ayers Lionel, works Davis' Laundry, W s Harriet 
bet Howard and Folsom 

Ayhens Leon, butcher, dwl NE cor Pine and Du- 
pont 

Ayles Thomas W. driver. North Beach &. M. R. R. 
Co 

Aylifl'e Sophia (widow) dwl 673J Mission 

Ayres Frank, steward. 111 Washington 

Ayres Henry, sash maker with Smith, Ware & Co. 
dwl 623 Howard 

Ayres John C. brass founder, dwl E s Mariposa nr 
Carolina 

Ayres Joseph , carpenter, dwl 636 Commercial 

Ayres William, compositor. Daily Examiner, dwl 
125 Bush 

Ayres W. O. physician, office and dwl 613 Howard 



Baas Charles, barkeeper, Kihlmeyer's Saloon, dwl 
4 Milton Place 

Baasar Ferdinand, laborer, dwl 59 Stevenson 

Babb Charles, compositor. Evening Bulletin, dwl 
34 Second 

Babb Thomas, blacksmith with M. P. Holmes, dwl 
435 Pine 

BABBITT E. B. colonel U. S. A., deputj quarter- 
master-general and chief Q. M. office / 42 Wash- 
ington, dwl 314 Fremont 

Babbitt Hiram, sash and blind maker with George 
Robinson & Co. dwl 359 Minna • 

Babcock A. B. Eureka Lodgings, 624 Commercial 

Babcock Annie Mrs. furnished rooms, SW cor Wash 
and Dupont 

Babcock Benjamin E. cashier Custom House, office 
2d floor, dwl NE cor McAllister and Fillmore 

Babcock E. A. engineer, dwl E s Valencia bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 

Babcock George, book keeper, 119 Clay, dwl 548 
Mission 

Babcock George W. carpenter with John Center, 
dwl W 8 Folsom nr Sixteenth 

BABCOCK HENRY S. manager British and Cali- 
fornian Banking Co. Limited, office 424 Califor- 
nia, dwl 11 Essex 

Babcock Jasper, contractor, dwl SE cor Valencia 
and Sixteenth 

Babcock, J. T. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 

BABCOCK WILLIAM F. president Spring Valley 
W. W. Co. office 414 Montgomery, dwl 11 Essex 

Babcox Charles, ouartz mill, dwl 22*5 Second 

Baben Patrick, lauorer, dwl Russian Hill 

Babin Edouard, cook, Telegraph House, W 8 Bat- 
tery bet Green and Vallejo 

Babson Edward jr. (C. L. Taylor Sf Co.) dwl Sa 
Washington bet Mason and Taylor 

Babson William E. purser steamship Moses Taylor, 
dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

BABY FRANCIS R. assistant agent Pacific M. S. 
S. Line, office NW cor Sacramento and Leides- 
dortt", dwl 524 Pine 

BACA (Pablo) & CO. (J. Perea and Paid Dul- 
korn) wholesale butchers, Potrero Avenue, 
office 402 Montgomery, dwl 27 O'Farrell 

Baccala Louis, cook, Gamba House 

Bacchus Catherine Miss, domestic, 831 Bush 

BaccuB Charles, salesman, 15 Third, dwl Mason bet 
California and Sacramento 

Baccus John B. physician, dwl NW cor Mason and 
California 

Baccus John B. jr. printer, dwl NW cor Mason and 
California 

Bach Frederick W. clerk with Martin L. Haas, dwl 
725 Union 

Bach John, gunsmith and sporting materials, 408 
Commercial, dwl 116 Virginia 

Bach Matilda (widow) dwl 725 Union 

Bach R. billiard maker, dwl 323 Pine 

Badielder Henry, porter, dwl lit Austin 

Bachelder Hiram, carrier, Evening Bulletin, dwl 12 
Harlan Place 

Bachelder John R. carpenter, dwl 511 Jones 

Bachelder J. W. (T. F. ^ J. W. B.) attorney at 
law, office 625 Merchant, dwl 1228 Sacramento 
bet Taylor and Jones 

Bachelder L. L. dwl 1026 Clay 

Bachelder ^7'. F.) & (J. fK^ attorneys at law, 
office 625 Merchant, dwl 320 Lombard 

Bachelder, see Batchelder 

Bacher Celestin, piano maker with Jacob Zech, 416 
Market 

Bacher Edw. driver with Michel & Co. 329 Geary 

BACIIMAN BROTHERS (Herman S., Nathan 
S., and David S.) importers and jobbers dry 
goods, 304 and 306 California, res New York 



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Buclinmn David S. (Bachman Brot.) dwl 327 

O'Furrcll 
Baclunan Leopold, clerk, 304 California, dwl 327 

O'Farrell 
Bachman Nathan S. (Bachman Bros.) dwl 327 

O'Farrell 
Baehniann Aupnst, upholsterer with H. Rosenfeld, 

dwl G()4 Diipout 
Bacif,'alupi LouiB, gardener, nr Lacuna 
Bacigahipi Carlo, vegetable garden, nr Bay View 

Park 
Bacigalupi Domingo, fruita and nuts, 910 Dupont 
Bacigaliipi Joseph, wood carver with J. B. Luch- 

einger, dwl cor Sacnimento and Drumm 
Backer John, cabinet maker, dwl 637 Broadway 
Backer John R. bar keeper, NW cor Clay and 

Davis 
Backer William, Sandy Hill Bakery, NE cor Clay 

and Mason 
Backhaus Peter, cook, dwl 18 Sansom 
Backler Conrad, baker, Clipper Restaurant 
Backs Ferdinand, with Henry Frank, 217 Com 
Backus Charles E. compositor, dwl NVV cor Union 

and Sansom 
Backus Frank, with Martin Kedon, dwl 175 Davis 
Backus George, iron finisher, dwl Mason nr cof Cal 
Backus Gordon, assistant assessor U. S. Int. Rev. 

NW cor Battery and Com, dwl W s Laikin 

bet Pine and California 
Backus J. H. steward, dwl 326 Second 
Backus Lucy (widow) dwl with James H. Bullard 
Backus Oscar J. (Tay, Brooks 4' HJ dwl SE cor 

Montgomery and Green 
Backus Peter, proprietor Mansion House, W a Dolo- 
res op Sixteenth, Mission Dolores 
Backus Peter F. laborer, What Cheer House Res- 
taurant 
Bacon Dean, carpenter, dwl N s Geary nr Leav 
Bacon Francis N. machine shop, 113 Pine, dwl First 

Street House 
Bacon Henry, clerk, NE cor Hayes and Octavia 
Bacon Horace, bailiff, U. S. Courts, dwl 527 Pine 
BACON JACOB (Towne Sf B.J dwl 929 Howard 
Bacon James, laborer. Miners' Foundry, dwl 36 

Natoma 
BACON J. S. agent Boston Underwriters (and 

T. H. £(■ J. S. Bacon) office 308 Front, dwl 1 

Vernon Place 
Bacon Louis S. sculptor modeler, SW cor Pine and 

Morse, dwl 5 Quiucy Place 
Bacon T. F. book keeper with Towne & Bacon, res 

Oakland 
BACON T. H. & J. S. shipping and commission 

merchants, and ageuts Boston Underwriters, 

office 308 Front, res Boston 
Bacon William, cook, steamer Amelia 
Badaroas CamiUe J. physician and surgeon, office 

732 Washington, dwl SW cor Guerrero and 

Liberty 
Badenhop Henry, groceries, W s Mission between 

Twelfth and. Thirteenth 
Badger Alexander, warehouse clerk. Quartermas- 
ter's Department, dwl 1016 Washington 
Badger James, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

22 Langton 
Badger Joseph (Dyer, B. 8f Rokohlj dwl 607 Pine 
Badger Oliver B. with Dyer, Badger & Rokohl, 

awl 620 Market 
BADGER (William G.J &. LINDENBERGER 

( Thomas E.J importers and jobbers clothing, 

etc, agents Chickering ■ &. Son's piano fortes, 

411-410 Battery (and school director Seventh 

District) dwl 333 Second 
Badker Henry, boatman, Pacific Street Wharf, dwl 

Bone AUev nr Kearny 
BADLAM ALEXANDER Jr. agent Samuel Bran- 
nan, office 420 Mont, third floor, dwl 402 Mont 
Badlam Ezra B. money broker, 504 Montgomery, 

dwl 1317 Powell 



Badt Alexander L. book keeper with L. King 6c 

Bro. dwl 279 Stevenson 
Badt Morris, clothing, 505 and 527 and 529 Com- 
mercial, dwl 279 Stevenson 
Baehr William ( Pohlmann ^ Co. J dwl 242 Clemen- 
tina 
Baettge Charles, drayman, dwl S s Green bet Larkin 

and Polk 
Baettge Peter, workman with J. H. C. Portmann 
Baez Carlos, compositor, 622 Clay, dwl NE corner 

Kearny and Broadway 
BAFIEOS JOHN, gioceries and liquors, NW cor 

Union and Dupont 
Bagge Charles E. oaker, dwl 3 Agnes Lane 
Baggs James, laborer, dwl NE cor Mission and 

Beale 
Bages James E. laborer, dwl Bertha W s Beale 
Baglev David T. office 712 Montgomery, dwl 834 

Clay 
Bagley Ilannab Miss, domestic, dwl SE cor Pine 

and Leavenworth 
Bagley J. B. medicated vapor baths, 611 Howard 
Bagley Johanna, chambermaid. Lick House 
Bagley M. molder, dwl cor Sherman and Corbet 
Bagley Townsend, dwl 45 Everett 
Bagnall Bridget, liquors, dwl Ns Pacific bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansom 
Bagnell Eliza (widow) dwl 709 Vallejo 
Bahlman H. driver, Philadelphia Brewery 
Bahls J. F. W. book binder with Buswell & Co. 

509 Clay, dwl 407 Pacific 
Bahrs Andreas, groceries and liquors, NE cor Jack- 
son and Davis 
Bahrs Hermann, driver. Pacific Brewery, 271 Te- 
hama 
Bailey Anne (widow) dwl 1423 Kearny 
Bailey Catherine Miss, domestic, 508 Sutter 
Bailey Charles A. carpenter, dwl 116 Sansom 
Bailey Charles P. office 614 Front, dwl 603 Pine 
BAILEY (Charles W.J &l HILLIS ( William H.J 

books and stationery, 767 Market 
Bailey David, blacksmith with P. Bones, dwl 254 

Minna 
Bailey (Edward D.) &■ Co. liquor saloon, 320 Mont- 
gomery, dwl NE cor Pine and Montgomery 
Bailey E. J. engineer steamer Reliance, dwl Ritch 

nr Brannan 
Bailey Frank, liquor saloon, 109 Washington 
Bailey George, harness maker wMth J. M. Hurlbutt 

&. Co. dwl cor Market and Broadway 
Bailey Harvey, express wagon, Davis nr Jackson 
Bailey Henry, laborer, dwl 776 Harrison 
Bailey Henry E. accountant with Edgerly & Wick- 
man, 407 East 
Bailey Isaac L. teamster, Genesee Flour Mills, dwl 

37 Louisa 
Bailey James, gardener, dwl Ecker nr Second 
Bailey James D. insurance clerk, dwl 730 Bush 
BAILEY JOSEPH H. crockery and glassware, 

1513 Stockton, dwl 830 Union 
BAILEY LEWIS H. dwl Portsmouth House, cor 

Clay and Brenham Place 
Bailey Lizzie A. music teacher, 613 Clay 
Bailey Margaret Miss, tailoress, dwl 44 Jessie 
Bailey Martha J. (widow) dwl 1511 Stockton, rear 
Bailey Mary J. (widow) dwl 27 Perry 
Bailey O. L. /'Emerson 4" B.J dwl Original House 
Bailey Sally Miss, domestic, dwl 924 Jackson 
BAILEY (Samuel M.J & HYATT (John B.J pro- 
prietors Oriental Hotel, SW cor Bat and Bush 
Bailey Thomas, foreman Rincon Wool Depot, dwl 

3*37 Bryant 
Bailey Wilber F. photographic artist, dwl W 8 Jones 

bet Pacific and Jackson 
Bailey William, fireman, dwl Davis Street House 
Bailer William I. drayman, dwl 69 Jessie 
BAILEY WILLIASf J. proprietor Isthmus House, 

54 First 
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Bailley William (col'd) white washer, dwl cor Jes- 
sie and Ann 
Baillie Emily P. (widow) dwl 428 Third 
Baillv Achille, with Francois Bailly, 516 Clay, dwl 

118 Stockton 
Bailly Arthur, clerk, 40 Washington Market, dwl 

516 Clay ^ 

Bailly Francois, sansafjes and pork, 40 Washington 

Market.'dwl 516 Clay 
BAILY A. H. proprietor Baily House, 116 and 118 

Sansom 
Bailv David, carpenter, dwl Baily House 
BAILY HOUSE. 116 and 118 Sansom 
Baily Jacob E. brick layer, dwl Jane nr Mission 
Bailv William, fruit dealer, 403 Davis, dwl 124 

'Silver 
Baimle Frederic, spinner. Woolen Mill, dwl N s Six- 
teenth nr Valencia 
Bain Frank, tinsmith, dwl Trinity nr Sutter 
Bain James, blacksmith, dwl Howard Engine House 
Bain John, blacksmith, Vulcan Foundry, dwl 27 

Ritch 
Bainbridge Amop, conductor, Central R. R. Co. dwl 

SE cor Brannan and Seventh 
Baine Melinda (widow) dwl 110 Stockton 
Baird John H. ( Tvcker Sf Co.) dwl Pacific Club 
Bairden Eugene, laborer with Wm. J. Kingsley 
Baja California S. M. Co. office 611 Clay 
Bajo Peter (Alexander Finance ^ Co.) dwl 837 

Dupont 
Baker Adolph, book keeper with California Insur- 
ance Co. dwl Belden nr Pine 
Baker A. J. carrier. Evening Bulletin 
Baker Alexander, clerk with (r. M. Josselyn, dwl 

609 Pine bet Stockton and Powell 
Baker Alfred 'VV. stock broker, dwl 1123 Stockton 
Baker B. cai-penter, Spring Valley Water Works 
Baker Catherine F. (widow) boarding, 800 and 802 

Howard 
BAKER (Charles H.) & RANDAHL (Charles) 

meat market, SW cor Folsom and Nevada 
Baker Charles V. varnisher, dwl 13 Second 
Baker Christian, baker with Charles Schrotb, 230 

Kearny 
Baker C. N^. machinist, dwl Original House 
Baker Colin C. (Stevens, Baker 4- Co.) office 215 

Front 
Baker Colin C. jr. dwl 10 Bernard 
Baker Conrad, with Kellogg, Hewston & Co. dwl 

340 Minna 
Baker Copper M. Co. office 611 Clay 
Baker David, dwl WTiat Cheer House 
Baker E. D. (widow) dwl 1114 Kearny 
Baker Edgar G. confectioner, 1126 Dupont 
Baker E. G. carrier Alta and Call, dwl \V s First 

Avenue nr Fifteenth 
Baker Elizabeth L. (widow) music teacher, 762 Fol- 
som 
Baker Ferdinand, shoe dealer, dwl S s Hayes bet 

Octavia and Laguna 
Baker Frank, cabinet maker, dwl 21 Second 
Baker Frederick W. cigars and tobacco, dwl 705 

Davis 
Baker George, laborer, dwl 515 Market 
Baker George H. lithographer, office 522 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 213 Prospect Place 
Baker George J. dwl 132 St. Mark Place 
Baker George L. Kellogg, Hewston & Co.'s Refin- 
ery, Brannan nr Seventh 
Baker G. P. dwl NE cor Market and Montgomery 
Baker Henry, laborer, dwl E s Grove Avenue bet 

Bryant and Harrison 
Baker Henry ( Wilson Sf B.) and cigar inspector 

U. S. Int. Revenue, dwl 316 California 
Baker Henry E. auctioneer, 413 Kearny, dwl 607J 

Pine 
Baker Herman, waiter, Clipper Restaurant 
Baker Isaac F. Potrero Daily and City Express, SE 
cor Montgomery and California, dwl 163 Perry 



Baker Isaiah, dwl 312 Green 

Baker James G. shipping master, Vallejo bet Front 

and Davis, dwl SE cor Tehama and Second 
Baker Jane B. Miss, with Wheeler & Wilson Sew- 
ing Machine Co. 439 Montgomery, dwl 9 Au- 
burn 
Baker John, hackman, Russ House, dwl 409 Third 
Baker John, hair dresser, dwl 6 Pratt Court nr Cal 
Baker John, ranch. Point Lobos, A\ miles west 

Plaza 
Baker John B. book keeper, dwl 1109 Pine 
Baker John II. trunk maker, dwl St. Francis En- 
gine House 
Baker John Perry, salesman, 219 Front, dwl Cos- 
mopolitan Hotel ^- 
Baker John S. bargeman, C. H. dwl E s Davis nr 

Vallejo 
Baker John S. clerk, San Francisco Directory office, 

612 Clay, dwl 131 Montgomery 
Baker Joseph, crockery and glass ware, SW cor Du- 
pont and Sutter 
Baker Judah jr. (Stevens, Baker ^ Co.) office 215 

Front 
Baker L. F. produce and commission, SE cor Wash.- 
ington and Davis, dwl E s Yerba Buena nr Clay 
Baker Lizzie Miss, domestic with F. Richling, 930 

Folsom 
Baker Luther, carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
Baker Margaret A. Mi"s. dwl 1614 Stockton 
Baker Maria, (widow) Golden Gate Ranch, Point 

Lobos, 4^ miles from Plaza 
Baker Mary A. (widow) dwl 764 Howard 
Baker M. C. carpenter, dwl 563 Howard 
Baker Orrin V. machinist, dwl 11 St. Mark Place 
Baker Osbom, bargeman. Custom House, dwl U. S. 

Barge Office 
Baker P. Y. musician, dwl 608 market 
Baker Raphael, mcht (Salt Lake) dwl 240 Minna 
Baker Ricliard P. mariner, dwl 303 Davis 
Baker Russell, carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
Baker Russell, seaman, dwl 10 Stewart 
Baker Samuel, delivery clerk, P. O. dwl 609 Pine 
Baker S. D. bds 423 Stevenson 
Baker Seward W. clerk, What Cheer House 
Baker Stephen W. caiitain of police. City Hall, dwl 

108 Silver nr Third 
Baker Sylvester C. mariner, dwl 10 Bernard 
Bakman John, laborer, dwl 1432 Stockton 
Balch Stephen M. (Chamberlin Sf B.) dwl N s Fol- 
som nr Sixteenth 
Balcom William E. carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth nr 

Valencia 
Baldermann Adolph, cook with Stevens & Oliver, 

dwl SW cor Pine and Polk 
Baldridge M. salesman with William Sherman & 

Co. 412 Sansom 
Baldwin Abel, carrier, American Flag, dwl 327 Bush 
BALDWIN ALBERT S. physician and surgeon, 

office and dwl SE cor Clay and Kearny 
BALDWIN (Amos B.) & MOFFAT (Eugene) 
wholesale butchers, W s Ninth nr Brannan, 
dwl nr Brannan Street Bridge 
BALDWIN A. R. & CO. importers and jobbers 
wines and liquors, 219 and 221 Front, awl 923 
Jackson 
Baldwin Calvin T. solicitor American Flag, dwl S s 

Perry bet Fourth and Fifth 
Baldwin'Charies H. (C. Adolphe Low Sj- Co.)!!. S. 

N. res Mare Island 
Baldwin Charles M. teamster with Grant, Averell 

& Co. 44 Sacramento 
Baldwin Daniel P. pattern maker, dwl 507 Market 
Baldwin Edwin, clerk, dwl 115 Dupont 
Baldwin E. J. (widow) dwl 303 Third 
Baldwin Elias J. dwl 410 Geary 
Baldwin Elihu F. mining, dwl SE cor Fell and Van 

Ness Avenue 
Baldwin Hiram S. physician, office 612 Clay, dwl 
609 Sutter 



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Baldwin Jamee, bar tender with William Worford, 
dwl 106 Pacific 

Baldwin. Jereiiiiuli, diRtiller with J.D0W8& Co. dwl 
E 8 Florida nr Kixhtcenth 

Baldwin Lloyd, attorney at law, oflBco 10 Mont- 
gomery lllock. dwl 030 Clay 

Baldwin Lucinda N. (widow) dwl 311 Clementina 

Baldwin Marv (widow) furnished rooms, 81:2 Sac 

Baldwin M. Al. &. Co. watch makera and jewelers, 
311 Montifoniery, dwl 5'J4 O'Farrell 

Baldwin Nellie S. iVlisB, teacher, Union Street Pri- 
mary School, dwl 403 Union 

Baldwin Orville D. confectionery and fruit, 418 
Third 

Baldwin Otis F. dwl 133.5 Pacific 

Baldwin S. physician, dwl Oriental Hotel 

Baldwin Thomas J. captain schooner Louisa Harker, 
dwl 356 Third 

Baldwin Thomas John, calker, dwl 317 Beale 

Baldwin William, ship cjirpenter, dwl N e Crook bet 
Towneend and Brannan 

Baldwin W. S. Miss, assistant Union Grammar 
School, dwl 403 Union 

Bale James, waiter, U. S. Restaurant 

Balfrey Michael, shoe maker with Thomas Healy, 
dwl 5G2 Bryant 

Balke ( William) <fe Titjen (Henry) groceries and 
liquors, SW cor Ritch and Brannan, dwl 310 
Ritch 

Ball Albert, physician, office Government House, cor 
Washington and Sansom, dwl 717 Clay 

Ball Charles, with P. Riley & Co. dwl N a' Howard 
bet Fii-st and Second 

Ball Charles T. cook, dwl 1016 Montgomery 

Ball David IL book binder and paper ruler, 406 
Clay, dwl 318 Ritch 

Ball Edward, with J. Hirth &. Co. dwl 538 Com 

Ball Gabriel, milk wagon, San Bruno Road nr Bay 
View 

Ball George A. book keeper with Buswell & Co. 
dwl 512 Stockton 

Ball John, seaman, dwl 12 Commercial 

Ball John M. policeman, City Hall, dwl 6 Moss nr 
Howard 

Ball Martha S. Mrs. dress maker, dwl 717 Clay 

Ball Randolph D. ship carpenter, dwl 16 Frederick 

Ball Richard D. ship carpenter with John G. North 
Potrero 

Ball Thomas, compositor, News Letter, dwl 217 
Post 

Ballard Charles, Nicaragua Lodgings, SE cor Com- 
mercial and Leidesdorlf 

BALLARD (Dunne) &. HALL (Isaac R.) for- 
warding and commission merchants, 224 Clay, 
dwl 1006 Bush 

Ballard George, painter with W. Worthington, dwl 
179 Minna 

Ballard John, carpenter, dwl Bailey House 

Ballard Joseph H. discharging clerk, dwl 715 Bush 

Ballaw John, laborer, dwlW 8 Ohio bet Pacific and 
Broadway 

Ballenberg Nathan, musician, dwl 735 Pine 

BALLENTINE JAMES, carpenter and builder, 
office NE cor Sansom and Halleck, dwl W s 
Ninth bet Market and Mission 

Ballentine John P. brick mason, dwl N s Jessie nr 
Ninth 

Bailey E. J. clerk with Forbes Brothers & Co. dwl 
NE cor South Park and Third 

Ballhaus Christian, boot maker, dwl 417 Pacific 

Ballhonse Frederick, gardener, dwl W s Leaven- 
worth bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Ballinger Andrew, laborer, dwl E 6 Gilbert bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan 

Ballinger Patrick (Whelan ^ B.) dwl E a Gilbert 
bet Bryant and Brannan 

Ballinger Peter, liquor saloon, 545 California 

Ballinger William M. printer, dwl S s Francisco bet 
Kearny and Dupont 



Rallou Emerson, cook, Seymour House, 24 Sansom 
Ballou S. A. Capf. CommisHary Subnistence U. S. A. 

C. V. office 208 SiiiiHorn, dwl 433 Tehama 
Batmer Jletia (widow) dwl 444 Natoina 
Balouii J. L. ([icrghulte Sf B.J dwl 014 Clay 
Balowley Guisepe, butcher with Eugene Peguillan 

& Bro. dwl SW cor Utah and Sixteenth 
Baltimore G. «k S. M. Co. office 33 Montgomery 
Block ^ 

Baltz Peter (Deuwell ^- Co.) dwl 627 Broadway 
Balzer C. A. (Zicl, BcrLhctiu ^- Co.) res Hamburg 
Balzer C. Henry, clerk with Ziel, Bertheau &. Co. 

dwl 354 Brannan 
Bambrtuer Carrie Miss, domestic, 424 Post 
BAMBER JOHN & CO. (C. E. Driscoll and R. 
L. Taylor) Contra Costa Express, 719 Davis, 
dwl 928 Montgomery 
Bamber Joseph J. with John Bamber &. Co- 719 

Davis 
Bamber W. F. cook, dwl Hall Court 
Bamley Fred, spinner, Mission Woolen Mills 
Bancroft A. A. dwl W s Franklin bet Cal and Pine 
Bancroft Albert L. (H. H. Bancroft Sf Co.) dwl 

S 8 Cal bet Franklin and Lafayette Avenue 
Bancroft C. A. jr. with H. H. Bancroft & Co. dwl 

W s Franklin bet Pine and California 
Bancroft C. ¥.. dwl W s Franklin bet Cal and Pine 
BANCROFT H. H. & CO. (Albert L. Bancroft) 
importing booksellers and stationers, 609 Mont- 
gomery, dwl S s Cal bet Franklin and Lafayette 
Avenue 
Bandereu Honore, employ6 Metropolitan Restaa- 

rant, 715 Montgomery 
BANDMANN ^J«/n/.s/ NIELSEN (H.) Si. CO. 
irnportei-sand commission merchants, 210 Front, 
dwl 514 Lombard 
Banfield John F. ship carpenter, dwl 732 Harrison 
Bangle Edv\-ard, salesman, 509 Sansom, dwl 713 

Bush, rear 
BANK BRITISH COLUMBIA, James D. Walker, 

manager, office 412 California 
BANK BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, Grain & 
Sutherland, agents, office 411 and 413 California 
BANK CALIFORNIA, SW corner Washington 
and Battery ; after first July, 1866, NW cor Cal- 
ifornia and Sansom 
BANK EXCHANGE, George F. Parker proprie- 
tor, SE cor Montgomery and Washington 
Bank Joseph, billiard mater with M. E. Hughes, 

dwl 27 St. Mark Place 
Banks G. S. & Co. National Livery Stable, 577 

Market 
Banks James, fireman, stm Washoe, dwl NE cor 

California and Davis 
Banks James, superintendent Lake Honda, Spring 

Valley W. W. dwl Lake Honda 
Banks James, waiter, City Front House, 625 Davis 
Banks James, waterman, dwl 13 William 
BANKS (^y/iowas C.) & CO. bankers, 513 Mont- 
gomery cor Commercial, dwl 724 California 
Banks William, comforter manufacturer, 402 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 1001 Mason 
Banman Caroline Miss, domestic, 431 Pirie 
Bannan John, express wagon, dwl 512 Green 
Bannerot Eugene, machinist with L. P. Garcin, dwl 

234 Jessie 
Bannett Harris, boarding, 532 Commercial 
Banning John, inspector. Custom House, dwl Orien- 
tal Hotel 
Bannon Ann Miss, domestic, dwl 1707 Powell 
Bannon Catharine Miss, domestic, dwl 1120 Powell 
Baimon Edward, draymau with Treadwell &, Co. 

dwl 204 Battery 
Bannon Francis, confectioner with Rathbun & Co. 

430 Sansom 
Bannon P. laborer. Spring Valley Water Works 
Bannon Philip, laborer, dwl 308 Minna, rear 
Baptiste Jean, vegetable garden. Hunter's Pt. Road 
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Baque P. tailor with Eugene Boucher 

Bar David, inereliant, dwl 1G20 Powell 

Bar Jacob, butcher with W. Smith, dwl Potrero 

Avenue 
Baratv Frangois, butcher, 7 Clay Street Market, dwl 

237 Stevenson 
Barba Jopepli, butcher, dwl 1202 Dupont 
Barbara Kicardo, liair drcstiinjf saloon, 538 Com 
Barbat John, physician, dwl iMO Pacific 
Barber Augustine Miss, dwl 431 Sutter 
Barber Charles J. (Ftsk 4- Ji.J dwl NE cor How- 
ard and Fourth 
Barber Elizabeth (widow) dwl 109 Montgomery 
Barber Enos W. ( Lautnn S/- Co.) dwl 741 Market 
Barber John A. (colored) plasterer, dwl 1030 Pacific 
Barber jMary E. Miss, dwl 122 Geary 
Barber Noyes, with Yates & Stevens, dwl Clay- 
Street House 
Barber P. J. builder, dwl S e Columbia bet Guerrero 

and Dolores 
Barber Richard (col'd) mining stocks, dwl SW cor 

Clay and Kearny 
Barber Tliomas H. boatman, dwl 1222 Pacific 
Barber William (Doyle Sf B.) attorney at law, office 

9-11 Wells Bdg (305 Clay, dwl 321 Geary 
Barber William, blacksmith, 118 Bush, dwl 5 Cal- 
houn 
Barber William, boarding, 215 Broadway 
Barber William M. blacksmith, dwl 5 Calhoun 
Barbero Angello, laborer, dwl Union Place 
Barbetto Frederico, fisherman, 38 Italian Fish Mkt 
Barbi Michel, workman with Bergerot & Co. dwl 

NW cor Sixteenth and Rhode Island 
Barbier Andrew, French Laundry, 841 Clay 
Barhier Arniand, local policeman, dwl 216 Stoc'kton 
Barbier Eunis (widow) dress maker, dwl 614 Cal 
Barbier Louis, cook. Union Club Rooms 
Barbiere Joseph, watchman, steamer Josie McNear 
Barchi C. Rev., S.J. prefect, St. Ignatius' College, 

S s Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Barciarini Joseph, tinsmith*, dwl W s Pacific Alley 
BARCKHAUSEN JULIUS, agent German Gene- 
ral Benevolent Soc'y, office 625 Merchant, dwl 
8 Louisii 
Barckley Robert, teamster, dwl 606 Third 
BardayDavid, laborer, C. H. dwl 836 Union 
Barclay J. seaman, steamer Senator 
Barclay Robert H. wheelright with Kimball &. Co. 

dwl 902 Market 
Barde Constance Mme. millinery, 928 Dupont 
BARDE W. L. D. attorney at law, office 604 Mer- 
chant, dwl 452 Jessie 
Bardeau Paul, tailor, dwl SW cor Dupont and Bdwy 
Bardelliui Angelo &. Co. firshermen, 50 Italian Fish 

Market, dwl 109 Washington 
BARDENHAGEN (Mengcts) & CO. (William 
ISc/imrelkJ groceries and liquors, NE cor Folsom 
and Sixth 
Bardenweiper C. P. drayman, 212 Front, dwl Bit- 
ter's Hotel 
Bardenweiper D. C. drayman, dwl NW cor Kearny 

and Jackson 
Bardon Briget (widow) dwl 148 Minna 
Bardwell (J. L.J & Co. steam bag manufacturer, 

105 Clay 
Bareis Adolph, butcher, dwl 1202 DnponI; 
Barer Edward, tailor with Julius Tammeyer, 325 

Bush 
Baretto Lewis, cook, 20 Sansom 
Barfield Martin, miner, dwl 523 Broadway 
Bargion M. machinist, dwl Everett bet Third and 

Fourth 
Bargion Peter, machinist and draftsman, San Fran- 
cisco Iron Works, dwl 108 First 
Bargon Martin, tailor, 409 Bush 
Bargones Leonardo, drayman with Pascal Dubedat 
_&. Co. dwl S 8 Francisco bet Mason and Taylor 
Baright George P. carpenter, dwl 120 Natoma 
Baright Samuel, carpenter, dwl 120 Natoma 



Baringer Peter, carpenter, dwl op King bet Third 
and Fourth 

Bark John, laborer with Louis Ancenhofer 

Barkeloo John, real estate, 705 Montgomery, dwl 
127 Montgomery 

Barker Abel P. policeman, City Hall, and lodgings 
39 Second 

Barker Abner H. office 708 Montgomery room 3, dwl 
14 Kearny 

Barker Benjamin F. carpenter, 35 Webb 

Barker Ellen M. Miss, assistant, Washington Gram- 
mar School, dwl cor Chestnut and Leavenworth 

Barker Erastus H. dwl 912 J Sacramento 

Barker Frank, carpenter, dwl E s Central Place nr 
Pine 

Barker Frederick, teamster, Pier 3 Stewart, dwl 
SW cor Oak and Franklin 

Barker Grace (widow) dwl SE comer Folsom and 
Eleventh 

Barker Hawley, workman, and dwl San Francisco 
Cordage Factory 

Barker Isaac jr. f Colby ^ B.) dwl Ws Howard 
bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Barker John, dwl Ninth nr Bryant 

Barker Joshua, book keeper with J. H.. Coghill & 
Co. dwl 607 Folsom 

Barker Stephen, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, 
dwl 26 Russ 

Barker Thomas, brick layer, dwl 56 Stevenson 

Barker T. L. office NW cor Front and Clay, dwl 
Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Barker William, baker, cor Clay and Mason 

Barker William F. carpenter, dwl 633 Market 

Barker Young W. house and sign painter, 212 Fourth 

Barkhaus I). fF. W. ^ D. B.Jd\s\ 10 Turk bet Ma- 
son and Taylor 

BARKHAUS F. W. & D. German book sellers and 
importei-s, 321 Kearny, dwl Ashburton Place 

Barkley Andrew J. (M. D. Carr Sf Co) dwl 1016 
Pine 

Barkley James W. printer, dwl 1016 Pine 

Barkley Johanna Mrs. domestic, 14 Fifth 

Barkley John, apprentice, Pacific Foundry, dwl 349 
Minna 

Barkley J. V. Miss, assistant. Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, dwl Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin 

Barkley William, wood dealer, dwl 1426 Pacific 

Barkman Richard H. clerk, dwl cor Mission and 
Stewart 

Barlage Henrj, cabinet maker with J. Peirce, dwl 
14 Virginia 

Barlow Charles, dwl W s First Avenue bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 

Barlow Elisha L. machinist, dwl S s Mission Creek, 
N Brannan Street Bridge 

Barlow Luke B. molder, dwl W s Beale bet Mar- 
ket and Mission 

Barlow Samuel, handcartman, cor Jackson and Da- 
vis, dwl 214 Commercial 

Barlow Susan Miss, domestic with W. O. Andrews, 
E s Second Av bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Barman Charles, tinsmith, dwl 624 Commercial 

Barman Jonas, dwl San Bruno Road, 3^ miles from 
City Hall 

Baman F. express wagon, cor Broadway and Front 

Barnard Alfred F. carpenter with Stevens & Rider, 
dwlllSO'Farrell 

Baniard Chauncey jr. clerk with William T. Cole- 
man & Co. dwl 1014 Stockton 

Barnard Edward, ship carpenter, dwl Summer Street 
House 

Barnard Frank, secretary Black Diamond Coal Co. 
and accountant witii B. H. Ramsdell, dwl 23 
Hawthorne 

Barnard George, drayman with Thomas H. Selby &. 
Co. dwl 114 William 

Barnard Isaac D. real estate and intelligence office, 
410 Montgomery, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Barnard Mary Mrs. (widow) dwl 149 Shipley 



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Barnard M. S. stevedore, dwl 145 Silver 

Barnard Thomas G. contractor, dwl "Si Hawthorne 

Barnat Isaac, express wagon, cor Washington and 

Sansoni 
Barnes Ali^xander, mason, San Francisco Gaa Co. 

dwl Minna Place 
Barnes B. tailor, dwl 720 Front 
Barnes Charles, tailor with M. Brandhofer, dwl 521 

Dnpont 
Barnes Charles A. plasterer, dwl 415 Stevenson 
Barnes, Daniel, carpenter, dwl 5 Ilardie Place 
Barnes E. D. collector, dwl 532 Commercial 
Barnes George Ed. dwl American Exchange Hotel 
Barnes George W. carpenter, dwl S s Clay bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
Barnes Harvey S. farmer, dwl Old San Job6 Road, 

6 miles from City Hall 
Barnes Monroe, tinsmith with Taylor &, Iredale 
Barnes William, carpenter, dwl 509 Broadway 
Barnes William ir. carpenter, 509 Broadway 
Barnes William H. L. (Casserly \ B.J attorney at 

law, office 436 California, dwl 30 Laurel Place 
Barnett Annie E. Miss, dwl 60 Everett 
Baniett B. P. ( Samuel Appcl i)j- Co.J, dwl .322 Com 
Barnett Edward, deck hand, steamer Yosemite 
Bai-nett ILtiniah, domestic, 255 Stevenson 
Barnett Isaac (Goldstone, Barnclt Jj- Co.) dwl 113 

Geary 
Barnett J. dwl What Cheer House 
Barnett J. &. Co. (Joseph Barnett) clothing, Vir- 
ginia City, office 314 California, dwl 333 Jessie 
Barnett John, baker, SE cor Fourth and Jessie, dwl 

264 Stevenson 
Barnett Joseph (J. Barnett Sf Co.) res Virginia City 
Barnett Joseph, peddler, dwl E s Carlos Place 
Barnett Joseph P. oilcloth nianuf, dwl 25 Stone 
Barnett Julius, clothing, dwl 333 Jessie 
Barnett N. W. laborer with Murray & Noble 
Barnett Samuel, merchant tailor, dwl 349 Jessie 
Barnett Thomas (Goldstone, Barnett ^ Co.) dwl 

425 Fourth 
Barnett Wolfe, clock maker, dwl W s Gaven nr 

Filbert 
Barney Aurelius, express wagon, 911 Market 
Barnev David G. porter Howard Warehouse, dwl 

1409 Stockton 
Barney Getrudes Senora, dwl 17 St. Ann 
Barnhisel Epenetus R. newspaper carrier, 609 Mar- 
ket, dwl 415 Pine 
Barnibter Frederick, dwl 32 Stewart 
Barnum William R. clerk with Young & Co. dwl 

809 Stockton 
Barnstead Thomas S. junk, 113 Com, dwl 26 Jessie 
Barnstin G. fruit dealer, 235 Third 
Barnum's Restaurant, L. Dingeon proprietor, 621 

and 623 Commercial 
Baron Victorine Mme. furnished .rooms, NE cor Du- 

pont and Jackson 
Barquiu Francois, tailor, dwl S s Market bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Barr Charles, foreman blacksmith, Vulcan Iron 

Works, dwl SW cor Harrison and Seventh 
Barr D. C. seaman, bds 7 Washington 
Barr Hannah Miss, domestic, dwl 614 Pine 
Barr Jane, domestic with W. L. Underwood, NE 

cor McAllister and Fillmore 
Barr John, mechanic, San Francisco Gas Co 
Barr John D. umbrella and parasol manufacturer, 

625 Mission 
Barr Neil, elk Cal. Steam Nav. Co. dwl 146 Second 
Barr Niel, foreman molder Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

125 Fourth 
Barr Robert B. asphaltum roofer, dwl 24 Hunt 
Barr William, dwl What Cheer House 
Barr William H. boatman, Vallejo Wharf, dwl 312 

Green 
BARRA (Ezekiel I.) & GALVLN (Jeremiah G.) 

importers New England mm, 118 First cor 

Minna, dwl 4 Minna 



Barraclongli J. & Co. (George Lauder) hay, grain, 

and feed, 39 Clay 
Barraco Andrew, express wagon, cor Sansom and 

Washington 
Barraillac Charles, basket maker with Victor Nave- 
let, 221 Leidesdorff 
Barrasch Henry, upholsterer, dwl 323 Pine 
Barra'sHall, E. I. Barra proprietor, 116 First 
Barraud C. L. steward with C. F. Cazotto 
Barrel Mary Mrs. dwl 134 Third 
Barrell Samuel, with A. H. Lissak jr. dwl E side 

Stockton nr Pacific 
Barrera Antoine, waiter, 546 Clay, dwl Mansion 

House 
BARRETT & SHERWOOD (Robert Sherwood 
successor) importers and dealers watches, dia- 
monds, jewelry, etc. 517 Montgomery 
Barrett Abraham, ooots and shoes, dwl .528 Pacific 
Barrett Alfred, watch maker, 33 Second 
Barrett Edward, with Martin Kedon, dwl Manhat- 
tan House 
Barrett Edward, bar keeper, NW cor Fourth and 

Folsora 
Barrett Edward, boot maker, dwl SW cor Market 

and Second 
Barrett Edward, helper. Union Foundry, dwl 13 

Clementina 
Barrett Edward, laborer, dwl 22 Clementina 
Barrett Edward, laborer, dwl 7 Bay State Row 
Barrett Francis, carpenter, dwl Hubbard nr Howard 
Banett George, laborer, dwl 735 Green 
Barrett Henry, broker, dwl 639 Market 
Barrett Henry, clothing, dwl 528 Pacific 
Barrett Henry S. laborer with Stephen S. Tilton 
Barrett Horace T. clerk, 309 Clay, dwl 129 Third 
Barrett James, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Guerrero 

and Dolores 
Barrett James, apprentice. Pacific Foundry 
Barrett/ James, butcher, dwl N W cor Sixth and Ste- 
venson 
Barrett James, clerk, Portland Iron Works, dwl 228 

Minna 
Barrett James, laborer, dwl 56 Stevenson 
Barrett James, painter with John Duflf, dwl 2 

Rousch 
Barrett James, porter, 641 Washington 
Barrett James, real estate agent, 420 Montgomery, 

dwl Seventeenth bet Gueri'ero and Dolores 
Barrett Johanna (widow) dwl W s Mary Lane nr 

Berry 
Barrett John, carrier, Daily Exammer, dwl WTiat 

Cheer House 
Barrett John, conductor. North Beach & M. R. R. 

Co 
Barrett Maggie L. Miss, domestic, dwl 728 Bnsh 
Barrett Margaret Mrs. dwl S s Sacramento bet Davis 

and Drumm 
Barrett Maria Miss, furnished rooms, 1206 Stockton 
Barrett Mary (widow) dwl 425 Stevenson 
Barrett Michael, boiler maker. Pacific Foundry, dwl 

228 Minna 
Barrett Michael, ship carpenter, dwl S 8 Fulton nr 

Laguna, Hayes Valley 
Barrett M. L. book keeper, dwl 54 First 
Barrett Patrick, butcher, NE cor Ritch and Har- 
rison 
Barrett Patrick, carrier, Evening Bulletin, dwl 166 

Minna 

Barrett Richard, with Reynolds & Murray, NW cor 

Clay and Davis 
Barrett Richard, pressman with George W. Stevens 

&Co 
BaiTett Robert, brick molder, dwl Gilbert bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan 
Barrett Robert, laborer, dwl E s Gilbert bet Bryant 

and Brannan 
Barrett Simon, tailor with Lesser & Leszynsky, 638 

Sacramento 
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Barrett William G. cashier S. P. Gas Co. dwi 607 
Howard 

Barrett Wm. clerk, NE cor Howard and Third 

Barrette Mary E. (widow) teacher mueic and lan- 
guages, dwl 12 Stockton 

Barretio Pietro, tisherman, 37 Italian Fish Market 

Barrigau Philip, with Reynolds, Howell &. Ford, 
dwl Natoma nr Fifth 

Barringer F. lireruan, stm Petaluma 

BaiTington William B. store keeper with Dickson, 
DeWolf & Co. dwl N s Broadway nr Kearny 

Barris IT. D. Philadelphia Market, 904 Stockton 

Barrity Francis, fireman, stm Sacramento 

BARliOILHET HENRY (Belloc FreresJ and con- 
sul for Peru, office 535 Clay 

Barron Cornelius, steward, American Exchange 

Barron Cornelius J. painter and graiuer, 644 Market 

Barron Edward, dwl 829 Mission 

Barron Edward, book keeper, dwl NE cor Dupont 
and Jackson 

Barron Henry, express wagon, cor Pine and Mont- 
gomery, dwl 319 Bush 

Ban-on James, captain steamer Poco Tiempo, dwl 232 
O'Farrell 

Barron James C. painter, dwl 79 Everett 

Barron John, house painter, dwl SW cor Kearny 
and Francisco 

Barron 3 osnith.f Barron ^- Co.) dwl 926 Clay 

Barron M. with S. S. Culverwell, 29 Fremont 

Barron M. D. diayman, Wells, Fargo &. Co. dwl 148 
Minna 

Barron Michael, carpenter, dwl SE cor Bush and 
Powell 

HARliO^ f William E.J Si, CO. C Joseph Barron 
and Thomas Bell) commission merchants, office 
NE cor Montgomery and Jackson, dwl 606 
Stockton 

Barrow Charles W. with W. R. Thomas, 24 Occi- 
dental Market, dwl 417 Howard 

Barrows William, laborer, with Ackerson dt Russ, 
dwl 40 Natoma 

Barrs B. D. express wagon, dwl Clementina bet 
Second and Third 

Barrus Daniel, jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co. dwl 
813 Stockton 

Barry Bridget, domestic, 256 Fourth 

Barry Catherine (widow) dwl 114 William 

Barry Charles E. clerk with Richard Tobin, dwl 
NW cor Taylor and Bernard 

Barry David, laborer, dwl 1 Valparaiso 

Barry David, laborer, dwl SW cor Mission and 
Fifth 

Barry David, sail maker, dwl SE cor Fifth and 
Slission 

Biirrj' Edward, milk ranch, San Bruno Road 3^ miles 
from City Hall 

Barry Edward, mining secretary, office 302 Mont 

Barry Ellen, domestic, 215 Minna 

Barry Ellen Miss, with S. Reinstein, dwl 154 Clara 

Barry George, laborer, dwl 59 Everett 

Barry H. Jlrs. furaished rooms, 200 Stockton 

Barry H.J. dwl 20(1 Stockton 

Barry Hannah (widow) dwl 810 Greenwich 

Barrv J. S.J. St. Ignatius College, S s Market bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Barry James, wheelwright with Nelson & Doble, 
dwl 756 Howard 

Barry James H. laborer, dwl 22 Ronsch 

Barry James J. cook, Miners' Restaurant, dwl cor 
Fifth and Minna 

Barry (John) & Kennedy (J. F.) house and sign 
painters, 4 Summer 

Barry John, dwl S s Stevenson nr Seventh 

Barry John, apprentice. Golden State Iron Works, 
dwl 00 Tehama 

Barry John, carpenter, dwl N s Pine bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 

Barry John, equestrian, Wilson's Circus, dwl Brook- 
lyn Hotel 



Bairy John, molder, Fulton Foundry, dwl 60 Te- 
hama 

Barry John, painter, dwl W s Eighth bet Howard 
and Clementina 

Barry John, laborer, dwl 60 Tehama 

Barry John, laborer, dwl 16 Ecker 

Barry John, miner, dwl 412 Folsom 

Barry John H. delivery clerk, California State Tele- 
graph Co. 507 Montgomery, dwl 752 Howard 

Barry John T. foreman Monitor, dwl NE cor Jack- 
son and Montgomery 

Barry J. W. machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 12 
Perry 

Barry Martin, tailor, dwl 227 Post 

Barry Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 843 Clay 

Barry Mai'y (widow) dwl 553 Howard 

Bari-y M. C. boot maker, E s Cemetery Avenue bet 
Sutter and Post 

Barry Michael, dwl 35 Valparaiso 

Barry Michael, carpenter, dwl 38 Natoma 

Barry Michael, miner, bds Franklin Hotel, SE cor 
Sansom and Pacific 

Barry Patrick, laborer, dwl 10 Hunt 

Barry P. Oliver, clerk. County Recorder's Office, 
dwl 923 Pacific 

Barry Richard, workman S. F. & Pacific Sugar Co. 
dwl Harrison nr Eighth 

Barry Robt. F. rope maker, dwl N s Bryant bet 
Sixth and Seventh 

Barry Robert M. tailor. Trinity nr Sutter 

HAliRY f Theodore A.) & PA'TTEN (Benjamin A.) 
wines and liquors. Union Building, 413 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 709 Geary 

Barry Theresa (widow) music teacher, dwl 28 Ritch 

Barry Thomas, butcher with Lux & Miller, dwl cor 
Ninth and Brannan 

Barry Thomas, express wagon, cor Leid and Cal 

Barry Thomas, foreman with Edward J. Quirk 

Barry Thomas, laborer, dwl Dolores Hall, W a Va- 
lencia nr Sixteenth 

Barry Thomas, laborer, dwl SW cor Kearny and 
IJay 

Barry 'Thomas, workman with John Henry, dwl 
Dolores Hall 

Barry William, Eureka Typographical Union, 625 
Merchant 

BaiTv William, actor, Maguire's Opera House, dwl 
845 Dupont 

Barry William, laborer, dwl 458 Natoma 

Barry William B. with Philip A. Roach, dwl 200 
Stockton 

Barry William I. compositor, Alta California, dwl 
1515 Leavenworth nr Pacific 

Barrv Wm. hackman, dwl Jessie bet Third and 
Fourth 

BARSTOW ALFRED (D. P. Sf A. Barstow) at- 
torney at law, notary public, and commissioner 
of deeds, office 24 Montgomery Block, dwl 81 
Montgomery Block 

BARSTOW D. P. & A. attorneys at law, office 23 
and 24 Montgomery Block, res Oakland 

BARSTOW GEORGE, attorney at law, office 8 
and 9 Donohoe, Kelly & Co.'s Building, SE 
cor Mont and Sacramento, dwl Lick House 

Barstow Simon F. compositor, Alta California, dwl 
510 Taylor 

Bartel Henrietta (Mrs. Synon 4" Sister) 318J 
Third 

Bartell Catharine Miss, domestic, dwl 1607 Powell 

Bartelle Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 624 Green 

Bartels Conrad, musician, dwl 1518 Powell, rear 

Bartels George C clerk, dwl 61 Second 

Barter Augusta B. (widow) dressmaker, 715 How 

Barters Jolianna Miss, domestic, 1109 Pine 

Bartet Jean Baptiste Mde. French teacher, dwl 715 
Green 

Bartet Jean Baptiste, dwl 715 Green 

Bartet William, furnished rooms, NW cor Broad- 
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Barthold Eliza (widow) dwl 33 Natonia 

Burtholomes John, employer, Bay Sui^ar Refinery, 
dwl 813 Battery 

Bartholomew Henry G. porter with C. II. Strybing, 
dwl SW cor Kitcli and Bryant 

Bartlioloinew Josephine Mrs. dresa maker, dwl 1006 
Pacific 

Barthrop Edward, canvaseer, dwl SVV cor Sacra- 
mento and Ijeuvenworth 

Bartlett B. L. asuistant assesBor U. S. Int. Rev. NW 
cor Bat and Com, dwl American Exchange 

Bartlett Charles, dwl 73(j Market 

Bartlett Charles H. dwl 1018 Washington 

Bartlett Charles H. paper hanger, dwl 12 Everett 

Bartlett Columbus f IV. A- C. liurthttj attorney at 
law, ottice 4 Odd Fellows' Hall, res Oakland 

Bartlett Earl, attorney at law, ollice 34 Montgom- 
ery Block, dwl 212 Green 

Bartlett Elizabeth (widow) dwl op King bet Third 
and Fourth 

Bartlett Frank A. shipping clerk, dwl cor Natoma 
and Jane, I Dixon's Block 

Bartlett George W. laborer, dwl 28 Washington 

Bartlett H. A. workman with Casebolt & Co 

Bartlett J. C. teamster, dwl 1034 Market 

Bartlett J. D. book keeper with J. C. Johnson & 
Co. dwl 566 Howard 

Bartlett Job B. drayman Commercial Mills, dwl 
1034 xMarket 

Bartlett John, produce, dwl 200 Stockton 

Bartlett Jonathan D. house and sign painter, W s 
Dolores op Sixteenth, Mission Dolores, dwl NE 
cor Seventeenth and Church 

Bartlett Joseph, drayman, 222 Sutter 

Bartlett Pliny (Bovee, Hallett, B. Sf Dalton) 318 
Pine, dwl 253 Tehama bet Third and Fourth 

Bartlett K. K. ship carpenter, res Oakland 

Bartlett Robert, groom, dwl 342 Brannan 

Bartlett Robert B. porter with Macondray &- Co. 
206 Sansom 

BARTLETT W. & C. attorneys at law, office 4 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 325 Mont, dwl 218 Bush 

Bartlett William, hog butcher with Peter Schinkel, 
dwl cor Tenth and Brj-ant 

Bartlett William C. Rev. editor Pacific, office 536 
Clay, res Redwood City 

Bartley Kate Miss, domestic, dwl 1021 Washington 

Bartling ( WilliamJ &- Kimball (Henry) book bind- 
ers, 505 Clay cor Sansom, dwl 10 Clarence 
Place nr Townsend 

Bartman Anthony, carpenter, dwl 506 Union 

Bartuian Charles, dwl 506 Union 

Bartman Ferdinand, carpenter, dwl 522 Filbert, rear 

Bartman John C. musician, dwl 506 Union 

Barto Cornelius, fruits, 1220 Powell 

Barton B. F. &. Co. (Edward Carroll) proprietors 
Pioneer Salt Works, depot 211 and 213 Sacra- 
mento, dwl Stevenson House 

Barton Charles /'Dexter, Lambert Sf Co.) res Boston 

Barton E. G. mining, dwl 109 Ellis 

Barton J. A. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, 

BARTON (John) & BROTHER, proprietors Pa- 
cific Salt Works, 218 Sacramento, dwl 15 Laurel 
Place 

Barton Joshua H. with H. W. Bragg & Co. dwl 54 
Third 

Barton Nancy Mrs. dwl 181 Jessie 

Barton P. (widow) silk and woolen dyeing, 33 
Kearnj 

Barton Phnieas W. clerk, Pacific Salt Works, dwl 
15 Laurel Place 

Barton Robert (cold) whitewasher, dwl 8 Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue 

Barton Sarah Miss, domestic, 608 Market 

Barton William, painter, dwl N b Union bet Hyde 
and Larkin 

Barton William, ste\-edore, dwl W s Stockton nr 
Francisco 

Bartty John, handcartman, cor Wash and Mont 



Baruth Solomon (JuHviKron Sr Co.) dwl 763 Clay 

Basan Libordeo, dwl 514 Pacific 

Bascombe Annie Mitw, dress making, 912 Market 

Bascus Joseph, express wagon, cor Broadway and 
Dupont 

Baselina Alexander, nurse. City and County Hos- 
pital 

BASHAM F. & SON (Frederick Basham) model- 
ers and plaster workers, 28 Geary, dwl 936 Fol- 
som 

Basham Frederick (F. Basham Sf Son) dwl 936 
Folsom 

Baskerville R. D. hair dressing saloon, 305 Davis, 
dwl 342 Fifth 

Basler George A. painter, dwl 274 Tehama 

Bass Chester (col'u) shaving saloon, 925 Kearny, dwl 
W s Virginia nr Pacific 

Bass Thomas J. drayman with Cameron, Whittier 
&Co. dwl526 0'Farrell 

Basse Thomas (Eggers 4" Co.) dwl Sherman nr 
Folsom 

Bassett Alonzo, stone cutter with Charles B. Grant, 
dwl 415 Vallejo 

Bassett Charles F*. accountant, 415 Davis, dwl N s 
Mission nr Twelfth 

Bassett John, carpenter, dwl with P. L. Murphy, E 
s Howard bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

BASSETr JOSEPH, wholesale flour and grain, 
213 Clay, dwl 1108 Bush 

Bassett Lewis, seaman, steamer Pacific 

Bassett Martin, carpenter, dwl 446 Brannan 

Bassett Nathaniel, dwl 420 Stevenson 

Bassetti James, waiter, 512 Clay, dwl SE cor Wash- 
ington and Powell 

Basso Andrea, employe Brignardello, Macchiavello 
& Co. 706 Sanbom 

Bastable George, dwl 603 Pine 

Bastheim Joseph ( Friedlander £/■ B.) 8 Mont 

Bastian Philip, laborer, dwl W 8 Kearny bet Vallejo 
and Broadway 

Bastiana Zefl'ero, cook, 515 Merchant 

Baston Abner F. teamster with Miller & Hall, dwl 
521 Howard 

Batchelder C. M. Miss, dwl 638 Howard 

Batchelder David F. manager Globe Hotel and local 
policeman, dwl SE cor Dupont and Pacific 

Batclielder (John R.) &. AndrewB (Asa) carpenters 
and builders, Bryant Place 

Batchelder Joseph M. shipping merchant, dwl 107 
Powell 

Batchelder Nathaniel, carpenter, dwl 737 Howard 

Batchelder Nathaniel, local policeman, dwl 51 Sec- 
ond 

Batchelder William H. porter, 213 Front, dwl Aus- 
tin nr Polk 

Batchelder, see Bachelder 

BATCHELOR EDWARD P. attorney at law, of- 
fice y Montgomery Block, dwl 811 Jack.son 

Bateman David, engineer, Saucileto Water Boat, 
dwl 3-29 Vallejo 

Bateman Henry C. book binder and Catholic book- 
seller, 202 Kearny, dwl 333 Bush 

Bateman (James) &. Phillips (Edward) shoe mak- 
ing, 219 Davis 

Bateman Maria B. Miss, domestic, dwl 926 Jackson 

Bateman M. C. Eagle Bakery, 45 Stevenson 

Bateman Michael C. contractor City and Countj 
Hospital, dwl S s Pacific betGoughand Octavia 

BATEMAN WILLIAM A. milk depot, 329^ Kear- 
ny, dwl 610 Bush 

Bates Asher B. attorney at law, office Court Block, 
636 Clay, dwl 115 Dupont nr Geary 

Bates Catherine (widow) dwl 764 Harrison 

Bates E. G. drayman, dwl Sansom nr Bush 

BATES GEORGE, principal University School, 
N 8 Post bet Stockton and Powell, dwl 413 
Brannan 

Bates Gustavus E. drayman with David Hays & 
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Bates Henry, miner, dwl 413 IJrannan 

Bates Henry, uiolder with Cock & Flynn, dwl Cen- 
tral Hotel 

Bates John S. assistant U. S. boarding officer, office 
E 8 Davis nr Vallejo, dwl 329 Pine 

Bates John W. (Meeker, James i^ Co.J res Marys- 
ville 

BATES JOSEPH, stock broker, office 524 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 413 Brannan 

Bates Philip, ship carpenter, dwl cor Mariposa and 
Indiana 

Bates William, porter, dwl 7 Clementina 

Bates William H. pattern maker, Union Foundry, 
dwl S^V cor Minna and Jane 

Batesou James H. tailor, dwl 7 Clementina 

Bath f Albert L.) & Morrison (Jolm B.) carriage 
makers, 118 Bush, dwl 29 Third 

Bath John, carpenter, dwl 241 Minna 

Batopilas Mining Co. office 811 Montgomery, A. 
Martinou, secretary 

Batt Henry, jeweler, dwl 763 Mission 

Battams William, salesman 112 Battery, dwl 29 
Minna 

Battarach Andr6, with John Prarrac, E s Dolores 
nr Fifteenth 

Batteaux Daniel, liquors, SW cor Kearny and St. 
Mark Place, dwl 114 Fourth 

Batten George, steward, dwl St. Lawrence House 

Batten Sampson, stone cutter, dwl 216 Ritch 

Battermann Christopher C. workman. Pacific Brew- 
ery, dwl E s Hyde bet Clay and Washington 

Battern William D. box maker with Hobbs, Gilmore 
& Co. dwl 547 iMission 

Battles Sarah, American Laundry, dwl N a Pacific 
bet Montgomery and Saneoiu 

Battiest Jos6, waiter, dwl Lick House 

Battista John, fruits, 235 Jackson 

Battles John, waiter steamer Yosemite 

Battles Luke, waiter, steamer Yosemite 

Battles Winslow (BxiUard Jj- B.J dwl 731 Harrison 

Battles AV. Ward, contractor, dwl 652 Market 

Batturs Edward T. book keeper with Wightman & 
Hardie, dwl 728 Howard 

Baubeau Mad. (widow) dwl N s Minna nr Eighth 

Bauch Peter G. ship and Custom House broker, 508 
Battery, dwl 624 Lombard 

Bauer August, gardener with Gottleib Fruhling 

Bauer Charles, bar keeper. Harbor View House nr 
Presidio 

Bauer Charles, waiter, dwl 716 Pacific 

Bauer Charles E. compositor. Morning Call 

Bauer Charles H. F. laundryman, dwl 20 Langton 

Bauer Edward, porter with Thomas Taylor & Co. 
dwl 18 Sanson! 

Bauer Emile { White S/- B.) dwl 824 "Vallejo 

Bauer G. A. miller, dwl 515 Market 

Bauer George, waiter, 506 Montgomery, dwl 106 
Montgomery Block 

Bauer Henry, upholsterer, dwl 409 Stockton 

Bauer Herman, gilder, dwl 840 Clay 

Bauer John, with B. B. Thayer, dwl W s Mary 
Lane nr Berry 

Bauer Jolin, cooper, Mason's Brewery, dwl 631 
Broadway 

Bauer John, lager beer saloon, 47 Third, dwl 243 
Minna, rear 

BAUER JOHN A. (F. Vietor) drugs, medicines, 
chemicals, etc. 644 Washington 

Bauer Mary (widow) dwl E a Dupont bet Francisco 
and Bay 

Baufait Ernest, waiter, 647 Commercial, dwl 626 Cal 

BAUGIl THEODORE E. proprietor Merchants' 
Exchange 521 Clay, dwl 25 South Park 

Baugh W. Washington, clerk with T. E. Baugh, 
521 Clay, dwl 2o South Park 

Baulsir Ninirod, block maker with Thomas F. Mit- 
chell, dwl 13:J2 Washington 

BAUM CHARLES, Custom House broker, 510 Bat- 
tery opposite Custom House, dwl 1705 Powell 



Baum George, printer, dwl 20 JIason 
Baum Gustave, furniture, 919 Dupont 
Baum J. express wagon, cor Battery and Sac 
Baum Julius, clothing, 407 and 409 Commercial, and 

SE cor Com and Leidsdortf, dwl 517 Folsom 
Baum Julius & Bro. (Simon Baiun) clothing, 424 

Montgomery, dwl 517 Folsom 
Baum Louis, dwl 750 Howard 
Baum Simon (J. Baum Sf Bro.) dwl 517 Folsom 
Bauraan George, tailor with J. R. Mead & Co. dwl 

Hartman Place 
Bauuiaun Mathias, seaman, bds 7 Washington 
Bauuiaun Sebastian, milkman, dwl 315 Bush 
Baumann Sophie A. Miss, milliner, 40 Fourth 
Baumeibter Henry, carpenter, dwl 429 Sutter 
Baunieister Herman, National Flour Mills, dwl 728 

Folsom 
BAUMEISTER JOHN & CO. f George Pfuelb) 

proprietors Bootz's Hotel, 435 Pine 
Baumgardner E. M. Miss, assistant, Denman Gram- 
mar School, dwl 746 Howard 
Baumgardner L. I. professor, St. Mary's College 
Baumgardner Valentine (Heerdink Sf Co.) dwl 9 

Front 
Baumman John, musician, dwl 29 St. Mark Place 
Baumount Joanna, liquors, 310 Pacific 
Baun Mary Miss, assistant cook, Industrial School 

Old Ocean House Road 
Bausch Jacob, boot and shoe maker, dwl SW cor 

Mason and Jackson 
Bausnian William, editor, dwl 321 Clementina 
Baurhyte Robert H. first engineer steamer Yosem- 
ite, dwl 428 O'FarrelJ 
Bauville August, waiter. Union Restaurant, dwl 

Stewart nr Folsom 
Baux F. A. with J. B. Baux, dwl 367 Jessie 
Baux Jean B. amalgamator, dwl 367 Jessie 
Bavaria Brewery, 622 Vallejo 
Bawa Charles, baker, dwl E s Agnes Lanenr Berry 
Bawden William G. compositor, Sunday Mercury, 

dwl E s Dupont bet Post and Sutter 
Bawla Louis, waiter, dwl SE corner Vallejo and 

Kearny 
Baxter Annie T. Miss, domestic, dwl 1312 Powell 
Baxter Charles E. clerk with Richards & McCrack- 

en, dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Charles M. captain steamer Petaluma, res 

Petalunia 
Baxter Daniel, employ^, C. S. Navigation Co. dwl 

N 8 Alta bet Montgomery and Sansom 
Baxter Edward H. clerk with Crane & Brigham, 

dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Ethan A. clerk with Richards &• McCracken, 

dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Hall W. clerk with Crane &. Brigham, dwl 

1109 Howard 
Baxter John T. carpenter, dwl Ns Thirteenth nr 

Mission 
Baxter Joseph G. lamp lighter, San Francisco Gas 

Co. dwl SW^ cor Grove and Franklin 
Baxter Louisa L. (widow) dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Mary (widow) dwl SE cor Front and Oregon 
Baxter Mary A. Miss, domestic, dwl 818 Powell 
Baxter Robert C. shipsmith with W. S. Phelps & 

Co. dwl Manhattan House 
Baxter Samuel, seaman, dwl 132 Folsom 
Baxter William H. assistant assessor. U. S. Internal 

Rey. NW cor Bat and Com, dwl 525 Howard 
Baxter William R. waiter, dwl 253 Stewart 
Bay City Laundry, 1140 Folsom 
Bay of Monterey G. & S. M, Co. office 338 Mont 
Bay Shore & Ft. Point Road Co. office 522 Clay 
Bay State G, & S. M. Co. office b Montgomery Blk 
Bay State House, Milo Robinson proprietor, NE cor 

Front and Sacramento 
BAY SUGAR REFINERY, SW cor Battery and 

Union, office NE cor California and Front 
BAY VIEW PARK, Bay View nr San Bruno 

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BAY VIEW PARK STOCK ASSOCIATION 
ROOMS, Hurler «k Fitch pronrietorB, iil9 BubIj 

Ray View Tiiniiiiko Co. office .WS Clay 

Bay Wareliouse, Jaiues C. King &. Co. Sanaom nr 
Lombard 

Baye Henry, sailor, dwl 140 Stewart 

Buyer Antuoiiy J. Imker with Swain & Brown, 
dwl Wb Lieroy Place bet Sacramento and Clay 

Bayer Juliue, expreBS wagon, Dupout Alley nr 
Broadway 

Bayerque Rumuin, with Ploche &. Bayerque, dwl 
■ 800 Stockton 

Bayhaiit Doniiuiqne, dwl l.')24 Stockton 

Bayleee Charles, driver. Central R. R. dwl SE cor 
Brannau and Seventh 

BaylesB Joseph, architect, 20 Montgomery, dwl Gen- 
eva nr Brannan 

Baylees Thornton ,1. book keener with William Mey- 
er & Co. dwl Stevenson House 

Bayless William H. architect, office 20 Montgomery, 
dwl E s Geneva nr Brannan 

Bayley George B. deputy tax collector, City Hall, 
dwl 30 McAllister 

Bayley M. F. photographic gallery, NE cor Kearny 
and Commercial, dwl 7l0 Pine 

Bayley (William F.J &l Cramer (Charles L.) pho- 
tographic gallery, 618 Washington, dwl 118 
Joues bet Pacific and Jackson 

Bayley, see Bailey 

Baylies Thos. F. &. Co. (Joseph S. Cutler and 
David Sullivan) proprietors Union Line Pack- 
ets, office foot Commercial, res Petaliima 

Bayly (Charles A.) Sc Tothill (Johnj apothecaries, 
512 Kearny 

Bayly George, mariner, dwl 32 Stewart 

Bayly Mrs. nurse, dwl 163 Tehama 

Bayn Christina Miss, domestic, 115 Eddy 

Bays Henry, ship carpenter, dwl E s Crook bet 
Brannan and Townsend 

Bayteste S. J. express wagon, Stockton nr Vallejo 

Bazille August, butcher, N s Sixteenth nr Rhode 
Island 

Bazille John, wholesale butcher, N s Sixteenth nr 
Rhode Island, and 29 and 30 Washington Mkt 

Bazin Victoire, tailor, 445 Bush 

Bazzi Edward, cook, SW cor California and Drumm 

Bazzuro Frank, with Ossalino & Co. 524 Market 

BEACH CHILION, books and stationery, 34 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 908 Broadway 

Beach Eliza (widow) dwl 1020 Stockton 

Beach GeorKe H. clerk with J. W. Brittan & Co. 
res Oakland 

Beach Henry H. book keeper with R. G. Sneath, 
408 Front, dwl 27 i Fourth 

Beach Henry M. accountant with W. H. Richards 
& Co. dwl 514 Howard 

Beach John C. clerk. Original Hoase 

Beach Joseph D. C. drayman with Dickinson &. 
Gammans, dwl 207 Second 

Beach Lewis, porter with J. C. Menssdorffer, dwl 3 
White Place 

BEADLE DONALD (Bryant Sr B.J dwl 515 
Bush 

Beakey David, tinsmith with J. £. Jorgensen, dwl 
624 Commercial 

Beakley Absolom, with Adam Cook, 226 Sutter 

Beal John, carpenter. dw4 Bailey House 

Beal Samuel, upholstering, 527 California, dwl SE 
cor Mason and Eddy 

Beals C. R. Mrs. assistant Union Grammar School, 
dwl 923 Powell 

BEALS H. CHANNING, commercial editor Mer- 
cantile Gazette, office 536 Clay, dwl 726 Green 

Beam Henry, marble cutter, dwl 1607 Leavenworth 

Beamish John, shoe maker, dwl 152 First 

Bean John, teamster with L. B. Garrison 

Bean Moses T. mariner, dwl 519 Greenwich 

Bean Redmon, stevedore, dwl 609 Market 

Bean William, clerk, dwl 616 Mission 



Bean William, machinidt, dwl Bailey House 
Beanny James, workman with John Henry, dwl 

Dolores Hall 
Beans T. Eilard (J. R. Whitney Sf Co. J bda Lick 

House 
BeanBton George, messenger Board Education, 22 

City Hall, dwl S b (ireenwich nr Dupont 
Beanston Peter, blacksmith with Pollard & Carvill, 

dwl S s Greenwich bet Dupont and Stockton 
Beant J. H. express wagon, 751 Mission 
Beard Adeline, domestic, dwl N s Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Sansom 
Beard Charles C. clerk, dwl 800 Howard 
Beard George, 'longshoreman, dwl 1021 Battery 
Beard George, Montezuma Saloon, 52 First, dwl 54 

Fii-st 
Beard John, laborer, dwl N s Townsend bet Third 

and Fourth 
Beard Joseph R. broker, office 606 Merchant, dwl 

800 Howard 
Beard Mathew, helper with David Stoddart, dwl 

116Beale 
Beardslee CyruB W. carpenter, dwl SE cor Leaven- 
worth and Washington 
Beardsley (James S.J &. Wolfe (James E. jr. J 

butter, cheese and eggs, 29 Occidental Market, 

dwl 633 Market 
Beardsley John H. abstract clerk U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl 1007 Bush 
Bearing Charles, ship carpenter, dwl 439 First 
Bearwald Benjamin, tinsmith, dwl 356 Jessie 
Bearwald George, job wagon, cor California and 

Kearny, dwl 257 Minna 
Bearwald GuBtave, job wagon, 540 California, dwl 

Jessie nr Third 
Bearwald Louis, carpenter, dwl 356 Jessie 
Bearwald Tobias, cigars and tobacco, 714 Kearny, 

dwl 356 Jessie 
Beath J. M. premium amalgamators, 311 Market 
Beaton WilUam, laborer, dwl cor Fillmore and 

Pacific 
Beattie George, miller Golden Gate Mills, dwl 518 

Dupont 
Beattie Patrick, with Jos. Peirce, dwl 531 O'Farrell 
Beatty James, laborer, dwl W s White Place near 

Bryant 
Beatty John, drayman with Samuel Adams, dwl 

509 Mason 
Beatty John, waiter. Lick House 
Beatty John J. painter, 132 Third 
Beatty L. F. actor, Maguire's Opera House 
Beatty Robert, White House, W s Mission bet 

■fwenty -Third and Twenty-Fourth 
Beatty Samuel G. (Gunnison £f B.J searcher rec- 
ords, dwl SE cor Mason and Ellis 
Beatty Wm. hostler. North Beach &. M. R. R. Co 
Beauchamp Joseph, furniture and repairing, 215 

Second, dwl 155 Third 
Beauhaniais Sarah A. (widow) NE cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Beaujardin 'i. G. professor music, dwl 731 Broad- 
way 
Beaven W. hostler. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Beaver George W. (James Patrick Sf Co.) dwl 

927 Jlarket 
Beaver Samuel C. stamp clerk, office U. S. lutemal 

Revenue, dwl 927 Market 
Bee Barthelemy, dwl 1405 Stockton, rear 
Bee Pascal, grinder, dwl S s Polk Alley 
Becher Henry, cook, dwl 619 Mason 
Becherer Charles F. local policeman, dwl NE cor 

Kearny and Broadway 
Becherer Emilia Mrs. proprietreaa Moantain Lake 

House, 4 miles W Plaza 
Beck A. G. teacher book keeping, office and dwl 

116 Stevenson 
Beck David L. broker, dwl 18 Stanly Place 
Beck E. B. clerk, 205 Front, dwl 18 Stanly Place 
Beck F. musician, S. F. Ind. Musical Club 



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Beck Frank E. S. physician and surgeon, 706 Mont 
goinery, dwl 516 Sutter 

Beck George, night clerk, Railroad House 

Beck Henry, shoe maker, 3:20 Dupont 

Beck Jacob, bricklayer, dwl 9 Hunt 

Beck James G. painter, dwl Trinity nr Sutter 

Beck John G. laborer, dwl E s Shotwell bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth, rear 

Beck Joseph P. broker, dwl 908 Pacific 

Beck Nathaniel A. currier, Folsom bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth 

Beck Peter, groceries and liquors, NE cor Mission 
and Beale 

Beck Theodore, cigar maker, dwl 716 Pacific 

Becke Francis, upliolsterer with Kennedy & Bell, 
dwl What Cneer House 

BECKER BROTHERS fB. Adolph and M. Ru- 
dolph E.J cigars and tobacco, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and "Clay and 714 Washington, dwl 
808 California 

Becker Caspar, laborer Bay Sugar Refinery, dwl 

5 s Union bet Battery and Sansom 

Becker Casper, carriage trimmer with R. S. Eells, 

dwl 434 Union bet Kearny and Dupont 
Becker Christian, baker with Charles Schroth, 230 

Kearny 
Becker Martin, clerk, NW cor Brannan and Sixth 
Becker Michael, baker, Hamburg Bakery 
Becker M. Rudolph E. f Becker Bros J dwl 808 Cal 
Becker Nicholas, porter, 408 Clay, dwl cor Gough 

and O'Farrell 
Becker Peter, baker with William Stohlmann, cor 

Dupont and St. Mark Place 
Becker William, groceries and liquors, NE corner 

Green and Montgomery 
Beckert Ernest, waiter, 424 Sacramento 
Beckett Caroline A. Mrs. dwl 227 Pacific 
Beckett Joseph, collar maker with Kreitz & Cosbie, 

dwl 66 First 
Beckett Sarah A. Miss, domestic with G. W. Bab- 
cock, W s Folsom bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Beckford Daniel R. oculist, 731 Clay, dwl 778 Har- 
rison 
Beckitt Joseph, harness maker with W. F. Wilmot 

6 Co. 315 Battery 

Beckman {Andrew J, Aiken f John J &, Co. (William 

J. F. Douglass and John Prior J sail makers, 

516 Davis (up stairs) dwl 1 St. Mary Place 

Beckman Charles, with Brennan & Co. dwl 6 Sutter 

Beckman Frederick, armorer, 416 Commercial, dwl 

NW cor Grove and Van Ness Avenue 
Beckmann John, clerk, SE cor Sixteenth and Mis- 
sion 
Beckwell E. S. carpenter, dwl 140 Stewart 
Beckwell S. L. carpenter, dwl 140 Stewart 
Beckwith C. B. dwl What Cheer House 
Beckwith Charles, coachman with John P. Manrow 
Beckwith Edward G. Rev. pastor Third Congrega- 
tional Church, dwl E s Mission bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth 
Beckwith Elliott S. boat builder with Joseph Gil- 
man, dwl 138 Stewart 
Beckwith James R. driver, North Beach & M. R. 

R. Co 
Beckwith Seth L. boat builder with Joseph Gilman, 

24 Commercial 
Beconarne Frank, vegetable garden, nr Bay View 

Park 
Bedell William, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

213 Fremont 
BEE HIVE BUILDING, M. Cannavan proprietor, 

NE cor Washington and Dupont 
Bee Silver M. Co. (Reese River) office 404 Mont 
Beebe James, musician, Wilson's Circus 
Beebe Richard W. wheelwright, dwl NW cor Pine 
Beebe William S. cooper, dwl 1125 Kearny 

and Sansom 
Beebee R. F. pattern maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 
dwl 36 Battery 



Beebee Robert M. tinsmith with Osgood & Stetson, 

dwl 36 Battery 
Beec Frederick, shoe maker with George Burkbardt, 

dwl 4 Milton Place 
Beeching M. janitor Washington School 
Beechiug Robert, blacksmith with J. R. Sims, dwl 

1110 Pacific 
Beedle Ira, painter, dwl 54 First 
Beehan Edward, dwl Shotwell nr Sixteenth 
Beekman Charles, porter, 206 Clay 
Beer (Frank) & Co. (Benedict Dworzazek) Chi- 
cago Saloon, 547 California, dwl Lewis Place 
Beer Gottlieb, book keeper, 226 Front, dwl 430 

Greenwich 
Beer Julius ( Weil Sf Co.) res New York 
Beers Barrit (J. B. Beers cSj- Son) dwl 813 Bush 
Beers Herbert M. shoe manufactory, 313 Pine, dwl 

334 Union 
BEERS J. B. &, SON (Barrit Beers) dentists, of- 
fice 127 Montgomery 
Beers W. J. clairvoyant, office 645 Washington 
Beettner John, pattern maker, dwl 45 Clementina 
Beevan Isaac, job wagon, SW cor Pine and Kearny, 

dwl S s Union bet Polk and Larkin 
Begeman (C. F. Wm.)&, Bonn (H.) carriage paint- 
ers, NE cor Mission and Ninth, dwl NE cor Du- 
pont and Post 
Beggs Harry, book keeper with Webb & Holmes, 

dwl 59 'South Park 
Beggs James, assistant superintendent S. F. Gas Co. 

dwl 59 South Park 
Beggs Patrick, baker with James Donnelly, 109 

Sansom 
Beggs Thomas, laborer, dwl 122 William 
Beggs William W. office superintendent S. F. Gae 

Co. dwl 59 South Park 
Begim Joseph B. employ^ H. Hazeltine & Co. dwl 

613 Kearny 
Begin Mary, furnished rooms, dwl 613 Kearny 
Begley Catharine Miss, domestic, dwl 933 Sacra- 
mento 
Begley Michael, molder. Miners' Foundry, dwl SW 

cor Sherman and Seventeenth 
Beguhl Adolph, fresco painter, 223 Fourth 
Behan Edward, dwl W s Shotwell bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Behan James, spinner. S. F. Pioneer W. Mills, dwl 

North Point bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Behen Fenton, dwl S s Mission bet Eighth and Ninth 
Behen Henry P. mining engineer, dwl S s Mission 

bet Eighth and Ninth 
Beher Henry, cook, Rnss House 
Beherns Grottlieb, cabinet maker with Goodwin & 

Co. dwl SW cor Dupont iind Green 
Behlow Charles J. (H. Liebes S^^ Co.) dwl 325 Pine 
Behnken Martin, express wagon, 1007 Battery 
Behr Herman, physician, office 639 Washington, dwl 

N s Bryant bet Fourth and Fifth 
Behr Otto, mate, schooner Amazon, bds 7 Wash 
Behre (Frederick) <fc Co. (Henry SpannhaakeJ 

produce, 515 Merchant, dwl 607 Geary 
Behre Henry C. confectionery and coffee saloon, 210 

Stockton 
Behrens George H. porter with Crane &. Brigham, 

dwl 3 Central Place 
Behrens H. C. F. physician, Bee Hive Building, NE 

cor Washington" and Dupont, dwl 10 Sutter 
BEHRENS JAMES, agent Cliquot wine, 429 Bat- 
tery, dwl 1105 Folsom 
Behrens Joseph, groceries, wines and liquors, NW 

cor Brannan and Si.xth 
Behrman Ernst, carpenter, dwl 115 St. Mark Place 
Behrmann Otto H. cooper. Union Brewery 
Beideman Jacob C. Estate of, office 315 Mont 
Beidenback August, baker, dwl 106 Kearny 
Bein J. Frank, tinsmith with D. R. Provost &. Co. 

dwl Trinity nr Sutter 
Bein William, machinist. Miners' Foundry, dwl 116 
Sansom 



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Beirbnmor Charleg, with Erzgraber &, Ocetjen, 120 

Duvia 
Beirhraiier, John, cabinet maker, dwl 120 Davis 
Beirne Patrick (Cooney Sg- B.J dwl Ecker bet Mar- 
ket and Stevenson 
Beisel Jacob, tanner, MiseiBsippi nr Mariposa 
Bela LoiiiB, blacksmith, dwl 10 Lewis Phice 
Belcher Frederick P. drayman, 318 Battery, dwl Ss 

Union bet Jones inui Leavenworth 
Belcher James, cabuiet maker, dwl 511 Mission 
Belcher Robert H. furniture wagon, 433 California, 

dwl S 8 Union bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Belden Block, SW cor Montgomery and Bush 
Belden Charles H. clerk, PaymaBter's Department, 

(Kvl SE cor Eddv and Mason 
BELDIOX FRANClS C. wholesale wines, liquors, 

and teas, 612 Sacramento, dwl 1018 Stockton- 
Belden Joseph W. clerk, estate of Jacob C. Beide- 

man, dwl N s Geary bet Polk and Van Ness Av 
Belden Josiah, real estate, office, room 10 Mercantile 

Library Building, res San Jo86 
Belden Margaret S. JMrs. dress maker, 32 Second, 

dwl cor Eddy and Mason 
Belding Orrin, assayer, dwl 820 Howard 
Belduke (Joseph) "& Co. f Rogers SicottJ Pacific 

Concord Carriage Manufactory, 820 Folsom, 

dwl SE cor Sixth and Minna 
Belendor Charles, varnisher with J. & J. Easton, 

dwl 623 Geary 
Belfrage John G. seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Beliar Clara (widow) dwl 215 Fourth 
Beliar Louisa Miss, dwl 215 Fourth 
Beliuder C. varnisher, 725 Market, dwl 623 Geary 
Belknap David P. (Winans ^ B.) attornevat law, 

otf 604Merch, dwl NW cor Fourth ana Mission 
Bell Ada, Miss, actress, Olympic, dwl SE cor Bush 

and Duront 
Bell Agnes Miss, domestic with William H. Brown, 

N 8 Fifteenth nr Howard 
Bell Amory F. salesman, 606 Clay, dwl 1030 Clay 
Bell A. R. plasterer, dwl 227 Sixth 
Bell Charles, drayman, W s Front bet Broadway 

and Vallejo 
Bell Charles E. shipwright with J. G. North, dwl 

605 Third 
Bell Dorcas Miss, dwl W s Folsom bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth 
Bell Ellen (col'd, widow) with James P. Dyer, 

dwl 1411 Mason 
Bell Freeman, plumber, dwl 238 First 
Bell George, fruits, 257 Third 
Bell George, sailor, dwl 154 First 
BELL GEORGE H. bookseller and stationer, 611 

Montgomery cor Merchant, dwl 1028 Minna 
Bell George W. (col'd) soap maker with James P. 

Dyer, dwl W s Mason nr Pacific 
BELL GERRITT W. assayer, office 512 Cal, and 

supervisor Eighth District, dwl 1021 Leav 
Bell H. plumber, dwl 238 First 
Bell Hazellrigge, book keeper, dwl 736 Market 
Bell Henry, produce, dwl 121 St. Mark Place 
Bell Henry W. book keeper, bank Wells, Fargo dt 

Co. dwl 611 Union 
Bell H. H. clerk, dwl SE cor Second and Howard 
Bell Jacob, with Edward Palm, SW cor Pine and 

Montgomery 
BELL JAMES (Falkmr, B. 8r Co.) dwl N 8 Fol- 
som bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Bell James (col'd) barber, dwl 1023 Pacific 
Bell James H. (col'd) laborer, dwl 1234 Bush 
Bell James H. (cold) whitewasher, 547 Clay 
Bell John (Branson Sf B.) dwl N s Clay bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Bell John (Kennedy Sf B.) dwl SW cor Stockton 

and Bush 
Bell John, carpenter, bds Manhattan House, 705 

Front 
Bell John, laborer, bds Franklin Hotel, SE cor San- 

som and Pacific 



Bell John, sail maker, dwl W s Clay bet Hyde and 
Larkin 

BELL JOHN C. carpeta, paper hangings, uphol- 
stery, etc. SW cor California and Sansom, dwl 
504 Greenwich 

Bell John C. sr. dwl 504 Greenwich 

Bell John P. conveyancer, 23 Exchange Building, 
dwl W 8 Mission bet Second and Third 

Bell John W. New York Department, Wells, Fargo 
&. Co. dwl 611 Union 

Bell Josiah, clerk, Pier 3 Stewart, bda Howard 
House 

Bell Margaret R. (widow) dwl 10 Rousch 

Bell Octavius, attorney at law, office with J. P. 
Hoge, dwl 517 Pine 

Bell Philip A. (col'd) editor Elevator, office 9 Phoe- 
nix Bnilding, dwl 622 Battery 

Bell Richard, bos Franklin House, SW cor Sansom 
and Broadway 

Bell Samuel, dwl 742 Howard 

Bell Samuel, ship carpenter, dwl SW cor Lombard 
and Larkin 

Bell Samuel L. carpenter, bds 606 Third 

Bell Sarah I. Mrs. boarding, 742 Howard 

Bell Thomas (Barron Sf Co.) dwl 606 Stockton 

Bell Thomas, gasfitter with McNally & Hawkins, 
129 Montgomery 

BELL THOMAS, proprietor Bell's Saloon, 218 
Clay, dwl 1227 Pacific 

Bell William, boiler maker, dwl 146 Stewart 

Bell William, brakeman, S. F. &- San Jose R. R., 
dwl 446 Braunan 

Bell William, compositor, Alta California, dwl Fil- 
bert bet Hyde and Larkin 

Bell William, express wagon, cor Market and Stew- 
art 

Bell WiUiam, gardener, dwl with N. White, W s 
Florida nr Twentieth 

Bell William, painter, dwl S 8 Filbert bet Hyde and 
Larkin 

Bell William, porter, 202 Front, dwl 31 Main 

Bell William, second mate steamer Grolden City, 
dwl 180 Jessie 

Bell William, ship carpenter, dwl SW cor Lombard 
and Larkin 

Bell William, shipwright, dwl SW cor Shasta and 
Michigan 

Bell William H. Col. dwl 306 Seventh 

Bell William M. stonecutter, dwl Tnird bet Town- 
send and Bryant 

Bell Zadoc F. (col'd) clerk, office Elevator, 9 Phoe- 
nix Building 

Bella Union G. <fe S. M. Co. office 702 Washington 

Bella Union Melodeon, 708 Washington 

Bellanger (Joseph) & Valory (Louis) billiard and 
liquor saloon, 530 Clay 

Bellay Francis, portrait painter, dwl 19 Hinckley 

Belle fE.) Si. Coulou (A.) professors drawing, 408 
Pine 

Belle Edward, dentist, office and dwl 408 Pine 

Belle Vue House, T. L. Planel proptr, 1018 Stockton 

Belleau Ann S. (widow) dwl 820 IBush 

Bellemere Augustus (Pohlmann 8^ Co.) dwl 613 
Kearny 

Bellemere Louis, barber, dwl SE cor Eighth and 
Mission 

Bellenger G. Mde. lodgings, 736 Pacific 

Bellew John, laborer, dwl 13 Ohio 

Bellew John jr. laborer, dwl 13 Ohio 

Bellhorn Joseph, carpenter, dwl NW cor Kearny 
and Jackson 

Bellieno Cecil H. book keeper, dwl 736 Market 

Belliere Eugene, shaving saloon, 756 Clay 

Bellinger Charles, varnisher, dwl 728 Market 

Bellisle Francis N. foreman car shop S F. &. San 
Jose R. R. dwl 261^ Jessie 

Bellman Vincent, workman, Potrero Rope Walk, dwl 
a(^oining S. F. Cordage Factory 

Bello Vincent, fruits and nuts, 1328 Stockton 



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Belloc B. (Belloc FreresJ office 535 Clay 

BELLOC FRERES (I. J^ B. Belloc) importere and 
bankers, 535 Clay, res Paris 

Bellocy Alfred, butclier, 1224 Dupont 

Bellow Charles, fur maker, dwl 323 Pine 

Bellows Henry, clerk with C. A. Low & Co. dwl 
Brevoort ftouse 

Bellstedt John, laborer, Bay Sugar Refineiy, dwl 
S 8 Union bet Battery and Sansom 

Belluzzi Pietro, employ^, Brignardello, Macchia- 
vello & Co. "06 Siinsom 

Belou Jlicbael, tailor, dwl 1317 Kearny 

Bellville Eli, broom maker, dwl 222 Fremont 

Belzar Henry J. upholsterer with J. F. & H H. 
Schafer, 504 Sansom 

Bemak Isaac, cap maker with Wolf Fleisher, dwl 
130 Third 

Beman Mary E. (widow) clairvoyant physician, dwl 
N 8 Washington bet Mason and Taylor 

Bemis Charles C. inspector boilers, office third floor 
Custom House, dwl 417 Bryant 

Bemis Stephen A. wood and coal, dwl Wb Sixth bet 
Stevenson and Mission 

Benard Alexander, clerk with Augnste Benard, dwl 
262 Tehama 

Benard Auguste, groceries and liquors, SW corner 
Fourth and tfoward, dwl 262 Tehama 

Benas Benjamin, merchant tailor, 13 Kearny 

Benchel Gottlieb, tailor, dwl 1705 Mason 

BENCHLEY L. B. & Co. (John Bensley, Fran- 
cis Z>. Kellogg, and James McMcchanJ impor- 
ters and jobbers American and foreign hard- 
ware, 206 and 208 Battery (after Jan. 1st, 1866 
3 Front nr Market) dwl 1019 California nr Tay- 
lor 

Bendel Herman, salesman with Tillmann & Co. dwl 
SW cor Washington and Stockton 

Bender Charles, importerand dealer leather and shoe 
findings, 114 Sutter 

Bender Franz, boot maker, 29 Ritch 

Bender Jacob A. brick layer, dwl SE cor Jones and 
California 

Bender John, piano forte maker with Benjamin Cur- 
taz, 123 Kearny, dwl 266 Stevenson 

Bender Josiah P. brick layer, dwl W s Scotland nr 
Filbert 

Bender ( William H.) & Co. (Benjamin E. Van 
StraatenJ meat market, SE cor Hayes and La- 
guna 

Bendit Henry, upholsterer, dwl SW cor Bush and 
Kearny 

Bendit Isaac, peddler, dwl 41 Jessie 

Bendit ^Morris, express wagon, cor California and 
Montgomery, dwl Bagley Place 

Beneaux L. R. prompter, Maguire's Opera House 

Benedett Diffarari, gardener, ^E cor Laguna and 
McAllister 

Benedict C. S. clerk with Heuston, Hastings & Co. 
dwl 118 Sansom 

Benedict Jacob, Kellogg, Hewston & Co.'s Refinery, 
dwl 121 Natoma 

Benedict John, carpenter, Kellogg, Hewston &. Co.'s 
Refinery, dwl Columbia Hotel 741 Market 

Benedict Sophia S. Miss, artist. Shews Gallery, dwl 
212 Powell 

Benedict Walker F. dwl with John P. Manrow 

Bentield Conrad, seaman, bds 7 Washington 

Benheim Sarah (widow) dwl 168 Minna 

Benicia Cement Co. office 529 Clay 

Bening George F. liquor saloon, i5W cor Washing- 
ton and East, dwl 912 Harrison nr Fifth 

Benjamin Charles (color'd) barber, dwl 3 Dupont 
Place 

Benjamin C. V. Miss, special grammar assistant Rin- 
con School, dwl 1109 Stockton 

Benjamin Edmund B. (Cameron, Whittier ^ Co. J 
dwl N 8 Folfiom nr Thirteenth 

Benjamin Edward A. clerk, 213 Front, dwl SE cor 
California and Dupont 



Benjamin Frank, clerk, 106 Battery, dwl 1109 Stock 

BENJAMIN FREDERICK A. office 605 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 1206 Powell 

Benjamin Jacob, office 605 Montgomery, dwl 1308 
Pine 

Benjamin (Sfudzinski) & Brown (David) clothing, 
305 Kearny 

Benjamin William K. treasurer's clerk, Melter and 
Refiner's Department, U. S. Mint, dwl SW cor 
Powell and Geary 

Benkelmann Adiun, Union Restaurant, Brannan 
Street Bridge 

Benker Frederick, groceries and liquors, SW cor 
Third and Folsom 

BENKERT GEORGE F. agent Benkert's Phila- 
delphia boots, and D. R.King & Co.'s ladies' 
shoes, office 210 Pine, dwl 117 Stockton 

Benn Frederick ( William Holtz Sf Co.) dwl SW 
cor Pacific and Montgomery 

Benn George, laborer, dwl 1219 Powell 

Benn Thomas, hostler, 679 Market, dwl SE cor St. 
Mary anil Pine 

Bennan John, beer bottler, dwl 512 Green 

Benner Frederick M. Melter and Refiner's Depart- 
ment, U. S. Branch Mint, res Oakland 

Bennet Charles A. clerk, 21 Third cor Stevenson 

BENNET H. W. drugs and medicines, 21 Third cor 
Stevenson 

Bennett Alviu P. book keeper, dwl 407 Green 

Bennett A. T. book keeper with S. B. Whipple 

Bennett A. W. dwl What Cheer House 

Bennett C. H. molder, Miners' Foundry, dwl United 
States Hotel 

Bennett Charles H. molder, dwl United States Hotel 

Bennett Edwin S. book keeper. Fashion Stables, 16 
Sutter 

Bennett F. E. Miss, assistant, Lincoln School 

Bennett Flary, express wagon, dwl N b Union bet 
Sansom and Battery 

Bennett Frederick, laborer, dwl 44 Beale 

Bennett George, captain schooner Amazon, bds 7 
Washington 

Bennett Geome, dentist, office 653 Clay, dwl Inter- 
national Hotel 

Bennett George C. waiter, U. S. Restaurant 

Bennett H. C. assistant editor American Flag, 517 
Clay, dwl 1131 Clay 

Bennett Herbert, with Bowen Brothers, dwl SE cor 
Sutter and Polk 

Bennett James, dwl 812 California 

Bennett James, fireman, dwl Davis Street House 

Bennett James, laborer, dwl Dolores Hall, W s Va- 
lencia nr Sixteenth 

Bennett James, workman with John Henry, dwl 
Dolores Hall 

Bennett James C. carpenter, dwl 108 Sutter 

Bennett James C. carpenter and builder, dwl cor 
Maripot-a and Indiana 

Bennett John, laborer, dwl Cincinnati Brewery, 
Valencia nr Sixteenth 

Bennett J. P. book keeper with Bulletti & Co. dwl 
706 California 

Bennett Maria L. dwl with Mrs. M. T. Butler, N s 
Thirteenth bet Howard and Folsom 

Bennett Marv Miss, dwl W s Howard bet Eight- 
eenth aud Nuieteenth 

Bennett Mary Mrs. dwl SE cor Twentieth and Flor- 
ida 

Bennett Morris, laborer, dwl NW cor Bush and 
Franklin 

BENNETT (Nathaniel), COOK (Elisha) & 
CLARKE (Daniel) attorneys at law, office 
31-33 Exchange Building, dwl 12 Ellis 

Bennett Nicholas, oar keener, dwl 15 Sutter 

Bennett N. P. capt. bark D. C. Murray, off 511 San 

Bennett O. D. mechanic with James Brokaw, dwl 
10 Anthony 

Bennett P. B. fish, 2 Washington Pish Market, 
dwl 731 Union 



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BENNETT R. H. produce commisBion, 3 Clay, dwl 

Eiisex Place 
Bennett Samuel, furniture, 1019 Dupont 
Bennett Stephen, pantryninn, Clipper Restaurant, 

dwl I'il Stevenson 
Bennett ThoinaB, physician, office SE cor Sutter and 

Montfjomerv, dwl 71G Pine 
Bennett W. dwl What Cheer House 
Bennett William, laborer, dwl 3i)S Fremont 
Bennett William F. Baddler with Main &c Winchester 
Bennett William H. Mrs. South Park Laundry, 540 

Third 
Bennett William J. machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwl 

3(12 Fremont 
Bennett W. Leroy, dwl 652 Market 
Bennoist E. engineer and cheniiHt, fi43 Third 
Benns Charlesi butcher, dwl S s Twenty-Third nr 

^Mission Road 
Benoit A. Mme. lodj^ngs, Wright's Building, NW 

cor Jackson and Montgomery 
Benoit Henry, waiter, German Hospital, Brannan 
Benoit JeanM. with Louis Ganiba, 518 Sacramento 
Benrimo Henry, cigars and tobacco, dwl 416 Bush 
Beurimo Joseph, cigare and tobacco. Occidental 

Hotel 
Bensley Daniel, baker, dwl 132 Natoma 
Beusley James, plasterer, bds N s Sixteenth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
BENSLEY JOHN fL. B. Benchley 4- Co.) dwl 

708 Mission 
Benson Andrew, longshoreman, dwl Ws Sansom 

bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Benson C. A. captain schr Tolo, Pier 9 Stewart 
Benson Henry, clerk, dwl 619 Pine 
Benson James, book keeper Fireman's Fund, Ins. 

Co. dwl W s Sixth bet Brannan and Townsend 
Benson Jane, domestic, 913 Folsom 
Benson John, trustee. Citizen's Gas Co. dwl 908 

Clav 
Benson "Peter, seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 
Benson Richard, proprietor Union City Warehouse 

and Line Packets, office 64 Clay, res Union City 
Benson William, fireman, steamer Orizaba 
Benson William, liquors, dwl 815 Montgomery 
Benson William, longshoreman, dwl 631 Davis 
Bent Edward F. book keeper with Richards & Mc- 

Cracken, dwl 924 Mission 
Bent H. H. with S. S. Culverwell, 29 Fremont 
Bente Lewis, driver Winkle's Bakery, dwl cor Bat- 
tery and Vallejo 
Bentley J. H. dwl SW cor Kearny and Pacific 
Benton H. A. medical electrician, "office and dwl 109 

Montgomery 
Benton Helen M. (widow) dwl E s Howard bet 

Twenty-Fifth and Twenty-Sixth 
BENTON HOUSE, F. J. Haulon proprietor, SW 

cor Mission and First 
BENTON JOSEPH A. Rev. pastor Second Con- 
gregational Church, Taylor nr Geary, dwl 1032 

Pine 
Bentz Henry, hair dresser, dwl 18 Harlan Place 
Benzen G. A. attorney at law, office 22 Exchange 

Building 
Bepler, Frederick G. coppersmith, 421 Mission 
Bepler Justus, distillery, San Miguel Station San 

Jos6 Railroad, 7 miles from City Hall 
"Beppler John, -with Frederick Schwab, 519 Geary 
Beqne Joseph, collector, Lafayette H. & L. Co. 

No. 2 
Berard Alfred (Berard Bros.) dwl 638 Bdwy 
Berard Bros. (Felicien and Alfred) laundry, 638 

Broadway 
Berat Edward, with Jules Bouvet 
Berbe Louis, groceries and liquors, Potrero Avenue 
Berbier Francois, with Frangois Bailly. 516 Clay 
Berdenback August, baker, steamer Orizaba 
Berdenger, WilJiam, shoe maker, dwl 623 Sutter 
Bereaud Brothers fLetcis and Felix) bakery, cor 

Third and Stevenson 



Bereaud Felix (Bereaud Bro$.) dwl cor Third and 

Stevenson 
Berel Jacob, job wagon, dwl 120 Shipley 
Beresford John, porter, Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Beret ta Peter, machinist. Union Foundry, dwl 109 

Minna 
Berg Carl F. physician and surgeon, office and dwl 

904 Kearny 
Berg Conrad, laborer. Pacific Flour Mills 
Berg Edward, book keeper, dwl 614 California 
Berg Edward, waiter, 623 Commercial 
Berg John A. tailor, 50 Sacramento 
Berg Maurice, gilder with Snow &. Co. dwl Harri- 
son opposite Dora 
Berg Peter, molder, Jackson Foundry, dwl SW 

cor Dupont and Broadway 
Berge O. Erich, groceries and liquors, 8 8 Green 

bet Montgomery and Sansom 
Bergenheim Alma "C. Miss, dwl W b Mission bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-First 
Berger Gabriel, contractor and builder, dwl 212 Post 
Berger Julius F. with Edward Cohn, 627 Clay 
Bergerot J. A. & Co. (J. P. Manciet) produce, 9 

and 10 Clay Street Market 
Bergerot (John A.) & Co. fC. Etienne) vege- 
table gardeners, NW cor Sixteenth and Rhode 

Island 
Berggren August, merchant, office 415 Montgomery, 

dwl 1109 Stockton 
Berggren J. seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Beighaeuser .John, dwl 1600 Taylor 
Berghauser T. O. laborer, dwl NW cor Kearny and 

Jackson 
Berghcifer (Conrad) & Dodge (Daniel) Crescent 

Market, 203 Stewart, dwl 542 Folsom 
Bergholte ( William) & Baloun (J. L.) tailors and 

cutters, 819 Clay, dwl 914 Clay 
Bergin Daniel (Ofpherts Sp B.) dwl NW comer 

Kearny and Jackson 
Bergin Henry, cook, NE cor Clay and Davis 
Bergin James J. soap manufacturer, SE cor Green 

and Powell, dwl 1528 Powell 
Bergin John, boiler maker. Pacific Foundry, dwl 36 

Natoma 
Bergin Margaret Miss, domestic, SW cor Bush and 

Powell 
Bergin Michael, attorney at law, office 40 Exchange 

Building, dwl 1520 Lowell 
Bergin Thomas, real estate, dwl 1520 Powell 
Bergin T. I. attorney at law, office 23 Exchange 

Building, dwl SE cor Powell and Green 
Bergion Manuel, machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwl 55 

Everett 
Bergis Pierre (J. Hirth ^ Co.) dwl N s Commer- 
cial nr Dupont 
Bergland Hans, carpenter, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Bergman Anna M. (widow) dwl 746 Market 
Bergmann Jacob, book keeper with Adelsdorfer 

Bros, dwl Steckler's Exctiange 
Bergner Herman, teacher. City College, dwl 633 

O'Farrell 
Bergner John, boatman, dwl 212 Stewart 
BERGSON OLE, carpenter and builder. 111 Leid- 

esdorff 
Bergst Louis E. hair dressing saloon, 944 Market, 

dwl E 8 Brooks nr Geary 
Bergstein Henry, clerk, 311 Battery, dwl 303 Sixth 
Bergstein L. dry goods, 303 Sixth, dwl 965 Folsom 
Bergstrom John (Ackley Sf B.) dwl E s Mission nr 

Twenty-Ninth 
Berhalt Louis, laborer, dwl 1314 Dupont 
Bering John P. foreman with A. S. Hallidie & Co 
Beijman Samuel, butcher with L. Miller & Co 
Berkowitz Meyer, cloaks, dress trimmings, etc. 626 

Sacramento, dwl 2(S Minna 
Berlemann William, laborer, dwl 20 Clay 
Berliner Emil, teacher piano forte, dwl Irving House 
Berliner H. A. fancy goods, 414 Sacramento, dwl 

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Berman E. crockery, 127 Third 

Berniarento Felicia, handcartinan, Drumm nrWaeh 

Bermiiiffliam George C. book keeper, 402 Sansoin, 
dwl J29Tliird 

Berniiiif^liain Jolin, Biiperintendent Oregon and Cali- 
fornia S. S. Co. othce Polsom Street. Whart, dwl 
GI8 Third 

Berniingliaui Thomas, groceries, SE cor Taylor and 
Turk 

Bermiugham. See Birmingham 

Bermuues Jesns, domestic, dwl 1024 Kearny 

Bernal Arguelas, gardener, dwl Old San Jos^ Road 
nr Indnatrial School 

Bernal Jo86 Jesus, ranchero, dwl SE cor Seven- 
teenth and Church 

Bernard B. furniture, 1120 Stockton 

Bernard Barnett, upholsterer with W. G. Weir, dwl 
426 Third 

Bernard C. A. house and sign painter, 617 Clay, dwl 
741 Market 

BERNARD CHARLES, manufacturer and dealer 
Chartres Coffee, 707 Sansoni, dwl 217 Stevenson 

Bernard Conway, lirenian, stm Princess 

Bernard Felicien, lauudrymaii, Lafayette H. & L. 
Co. No. 2 

Bernard Isaac, crockery, 426 Third 

Bernard John, captain schooner Wm. Frederick, 
dwl W s Sixth bet Bryant and Brannan 

Bernard John, collar maker with Kreitz &. Cosbie, 
36 Battery 

Bernard Joseph, cook, dwl 1303 Dupont 

Bernai'd Lanacbet, bar keeper, Bella Union 

Bernard Robert, painter with Snow & Co. dwl 1904 
Powell 

Bernard Ulrick, baker, dwl 26 Second 

Bernard Waldaniar R. pign painter with J. W. 
Dennv, dwl 1906 Powell 

Bernard W. M. workman with Casebolt & Co 

Berne Jonathan J. adjuster. Phoenix Insurance Co. 
office 603 Commercial 

Bernede, Jean, butcher, 5 Clay Street Market, dwl 
Lagoon 

Berner, John, watchman, dwl SW cor Louisiana 
and Sierra 

Barney William, saw maker, dwl 17 Minna 

BERNHAMMER HENRY, proptr City Front 
House, 625 and 627 Davis 

Bernhard Adolph, cap maker with Wolf Fleisber, 
dwl St. Mark Place nr Kearny 

Bernhard Bernhard, hair dresser with Stable Bros, 
dwl 9 Tay 

Bernhard Bonn, dwl NW cor Fifth and Tehama 

Bernhard Minna Mnie. dwl 626 California 

Bernhard Robert, miner, dwl Ws Leavenworth bet 
Greenwich and Lombard 

Bernhard Roth, tailor, 835 Washington 

Bernhard Samuel H. C Trickle ,^ B.) dwl 317 Du- 
pont, rear 

BERNHEIM MAURICE, wholesale and manufac- 
turing confectioner, 408 Clay 

Bernheim Reuljen, merchant, office 304 California, 
dwl 724 Mission 

Bernheisel S. Newspaper Carriers' Association 

Bernis G. proprietor Bernis Building, 626 California 

Bernstein Abraham, fruits, dwl E s Rassette Place 
No. 2 

Bernstein Edward, carpei\ter, dwl 546 Bryant 

Benistein Louis, clerk with Solomon Bernstein 

Bernstein M. C. furniture, 841 Pacitic 

Bernstein Solomon, dress trimmings, 1008 and 1012 
Stockton 

Beron Fortune, workman at Cole's Laundry, 114 
Dora 

Berri Emanuel B. (B. Davidson Sf B.J acting con- 
sul for Belgium, office NW cor Montgomery and 
Commercial, dwl 605 Bush 

Berring Hermann, clerk, 504 Montgomery, dwl 719 
Broadway 

Berring Rudolph, discharging clerk, dwl 118 Freelon 



Berroa Andres, cigars and tobacco, 613 Pacific 
Berrot B. gardener, French Hospital 
Berry Ann Miss, domestic, 1012 VVashington 
Berry Charles, carpenter, dwl 728 Market 
Berry Edward, with O. F. Willey &. Co. 316 Cal 
Berry Fulton G. groceries and liquors, NW corner 

Jackson and Stockton, dwl 516 Dupont 
Berry George, dwl 36 Valparaiso 
Berry Geo. W. drayman, awl N s Sutter nr Gough 
Berrv Gideon M. clerk. County Recorder, dwl 116 

Stockton 
Berrv H. H. captain brig Francisco, office Pifer 10 

Stewart 
Berry James, blacksmith with Nelson &. Doble, dwl 

756 Howard 
Berry James, stone cutter, bds Brooklyn House 
Berrv John, carriage painter with R. S. Eells &. Co. 

dwl S s Welsh nr Fourth 
Berry John, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Berry Lewis (colored) white washer, dwl 421 Kear- 
ny, rear 
Berry Mary Miss, domestic, 18 Mason 
Berry S. B. ship joiner, dwl Bitter's Hotel 
Berry Thomas, livery stable, 16 Clementina 
Berry Victor, seaman, steamer Senator 
Berry William, carpenter, Omnibus R. R. Co 
Berson A. Mme. French Laundry, 828 Washington 
Bert Amelia Miss, milliner, 44 Fourth, dwl 677 

Harrison 
Bert Augustus, dwl 11 O'Farrell 
Bert Bernard fH. Schroder Sf Co.) res Bordeaux, 

France 
Bert Edward G. theatrical manager, dwl 677 Hai-- 

rison 
Bert Frederick W. dwl with P. B. Forster, W B 

Shotwell bet Twentieth and Twenty-First 
Bertheau Cesar (Ziel, Bertlieau ^' Co.) res Ham- 
burg 
Berthelot Charles L. porter with John Flanagan & 

Co. 421 Front 
Berthold Louis (Dinger Sr B.J dwl 703 Battery 
Bertholot A. box maker, dwl Stockton near Sacra- 
mento 
Berthon Eugene, groceries and liquors, 523 Union 
Bertin Louis, laborer, dwl 1712 Mason 
Bertody Charles, physician, office and dwl 807 

Washington 
Bertolio J. M. Rev. S.J. clergyman, St. Ignatius 

Church, S s Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Berton Francis (Hentuch Sf B.) dwl 835 Howard 
• Bertony Angelo, vegetable garden, W s Mission nr 

TwentvSixtli 
Bertram Theophilus, dwl Bay Shore and Fort Point 

Road, 3 miles from Plaza 
Bertram Thomas, tinsmith with Tay, Brooks & 

Backus, dwl 459 Clementina 
Bertran Thomas ( Arrmttrong Sf B.J dwl Ft. Point 
Bertrand Auguste, workman with Lee & Son, dwl 

S s Solano nr York 
Bertrand Ferdinand, with Goodwin & Co 
Bertrand R. (widow) machine sewing, 261 Minna 
Bertucci Louis &. Co. (Louis GemtnianiJ Italian 

Restaurant, 512 Clav 
Bertuse L. waiter, dwl Niantic Hotel 
Bertz Henry, porter, 226 Front, dwl 21 Scott 
Bertz Jacob, clerk, 226 Front, dwl 725 Broadway 
Berwick Thomas, sail maker with John S. Blakis- 

ton, dwl 1918 Mason 
Berwin Aaron (P. Bcrwin i^- Bros. J res New York 
Berwin Isaac, tailor, 115 Leidesdorff, dwl 211 Clay 
Berwin L. D. merchant, dwl 1513 Powell 
Berwin Moritz fP. Ber^oin Sf Bros. J dwi 828 Post 
Berwin P. & Brothers (Aaron and Moritz Ber- 

winj importers and jobbers hats, caps, etc. 319 

Sacramento, dwl 82^ Post 
Besby Henry, bar keeper, 413 Montgomery, dwl 

243 Second ' 

Bescheinen William, watch maker with G. C. 

Shreve &. Co. dwl 606 Montgomery 



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Ueschorman Aiimistus II. furrier, dwl fA Everett 
Ik'Bdiominn Matilda A. doiiieRtic. ISO Seventh 

Beslin Daniel, laborer, dwl 40 Clementina 

Beeon JoBi-ph, gardener, Old San Jo86 Road E 
Industrial School 

Besse Joseph O. salesman, fi33 Clay, dwl 706 Mason 

Bessemer Henry L. manufacturer perfumery, dwl 
7H1J MiHsion 

Bessett Martin L. carpenter, dwl with P. Murphy, 
E 8 Howard bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Bessey Albion P. truckman, cor Clay and Sansom, 
dwl S B Orove bet Franklin and Gough 

Bessie J. I), carpenter, dwl 777 Market 

Besson Felix Sc Gustave, cofi'ee saloon, 520 Mer- 
chant 

Besson Gnstave (F. i^ G. B.) dwl 520 Merchant 

Besson (Harriet, leidoie) & Pons (Charlotte J Mea- 
dames, French corset makers, 629 Sacramento 

Best & Belcher M. Co. office 712 Montgomery 

Best John, vamisher with John Wigmore, dwl 557 
Howard 

Best William, painter with IIopps & Kanary 

Best William, stair builder with N. P. Langland, 
dwl 223 First 

Best William J. agent Dexter, Lambert & Co. 105 
Battery, dwl 1209 Taylor 

Beston Elizabeth (widow) furnished rooms, 106J 
Clay 

Bestor Henry T. draftsman with Patrick Walsh, 104 
Sutter 

Bestor John, bar keeper, 601 Sacramento, dwl 626 
California 

Betcold Mathes, maltster with Peter Bush, dwl S s 
Brannan bet Eighth and Ninth 

BETGE ROBERT J. importer and dealer books 
and stationery, news agent, etc. 217 Montgom- 
ery, Russ House, dwl 739 Pine 

Betilla' R. laborer, dwl 52 Stevenson 

Betkowski Peter, job wagon, cor Montgomery and 
Bush, dwl 23 Silver 

Betten Eliza Miss, domestic, 426 Post 

Betten Frederica Miss, domestic with Lonie Gerstle 

Bettman Joseph ( Hirschf elder 4- Co J dwl Conti- 
nental Hotel 

Bettman Jloses, soap dealer, 305 California, dwl 225 
Fourth 

Bettman Siegmund, merchant, dwl 347 Minsa 

Betty Joseph, deck hand, steamer Petaluma 

Betuel Francois & Co. (Francois VeyratJ grocer- 
ies and liquors, SW cor Pine and Dupont 

Betzel Louis, clerk, dwl 114 Stevenson bet Second' 
and Third 

Beutler John B. professor music CaUfornia Institute, 
dwl 612 Mission 

Bevan Benjamin, clerk with W^illiam Craig 

Bevans Isaac, carpenter, dwl 913 Sacramento 

Bevans Thomas P. physician, dwl S s Vallejo bet 
Hyde and Larkin * 

Bevans William M. compositor Evening Bulletin, 
dwl S s Turk bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Bevell Richard, dwl E s Park Avenue bet Harrison 
and Bryant 

Beverlaud William, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 

Beversen Charles, groceries and liquors, 570 Mis- 
sion cor Anthony 

Bevins William M. printer, dwl 311 Minna 

Bevitt John, butcher with Louis Peres &. Co. dwl 
Potrero Avenue 

Bewley Allen H. salesman with S. W. H. Ward & 
Son, dwl 1020 Jackson 

Beychart George, ship carpenter, dwl 1816 Powell 

Beyea J. L. clerk, Pacific Iron Foundry, dwl 823 
Montgomery 

Beyer Louis, barber, 805 Battery, dwl 625 Vallejo 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Beyer Michael, job wagon, SW cor Sacramento and 
Sansom, dwl 621 Pacific 

Beziade P. tailor, dwl SW cor Broadway and Du- 
pont 



Bianchi Eugeneo, tenor Italian Opera, dwl 804 
Montgomery 

Biancliini Amedeo, employ^, Brignardello, Macchia- 
vello &. Co. 706 Sansom 

Biarnes Aristide, laundryman with Arsene Lemaitre 

Bibb William, carpenter, dwl 532 Commercial 

Bibbins (Tracy L.) &, Garland i William D.J col- 
lectors and general agents, ollice 540 Clay, dwl 
1121 Powell 

Bibend Charles, capitalist, 540 Washington, dwl 
W B Twelfth bet Howard and Folsom 

Bibend Ferdinand, machinist. Miners' Foundry, 
dwl N 8 Harrison bet Seventh and Eighth 

Bibend Frederick, machinist, Aliners' Foundry, dwl 
N s Harrison bet Seventh and Eighth 

BICHARD NICHOLAS, importer anchors, chains, 
etc. 209 Stewart Pier 15, dwl NE cor Harrison 
and First 

Bickel Conrad, dwl NW cor Octavia and Haight 

Bickford Aneon W. drayman, dwl Eighth bet How- 
ard and Folsom 

Bickford L. H. carpenter, bds 411 Pacific 

Bicknell James M. steward, dwl SW cor Powell 
and California 

Bidala Nemeeia Miss, dwl 1615 Powell 

Bidau Peter, real estate, dwl 924 Dupont 

Biddell M. Miss, music teacher, dwl o24 Howard 

Biddolph James, machinist with Palmer, Knox & 
Co. dwl 72 Minna 

Biden Charles S. editor, dwl N e Jessie bet Fourth 
and Fifth 

Biden Henry M. compositor, Alta California, dwl 
619 Market 

Bidleinan Joseph B. office 605 Montgomery, dwl 
SW cor Broadway and Dnpont 

Biebrach Frederick, baker, 819 Sansom, dwl S 8 
Oak nr Buchanan 

Biedeman Charles, clerk with H. P. Wakelee, NW 
cor Howard and Third, dwl 250 Tehama 

Biedert Albert, musician, dwl 323 Kearny 

Bielawski Casimer, draftsman, office U. S. Surveyor 
General, dwl 242 Stevenson 

Bieler Frank, mining stocks, dwl 315 Bush 

Bien Joseph, machinist and locksmith, 322 Commer- 
cial, dwl 750 Folsom 

Bienenfeld Elias, fancy goods, dwl 1229 Stockton 

Biesterfeld Loreuzo, snip carpenter, bds 7 Wash 

Biesterfeld Oscar, ironer, New England Laundry, 
N 8 Brannan bet Fifth and Sixth 

Bigee Terence, laborer, dwl N s O'Parrell between 
Devisidero and Broderick 

Bigelow Elijah, solicitor, S. F. Insurance Co. office 
402 Front, res Oakland 

BIGELOW GEORGE H. (Bigelow ^ Brother) 
dwl 714 Howard 

BIGELOW (Henry H.) &. BROTHER (George 
H. Bigelow) fire, life, and marine insurance 
agents, office Parrott's Building, 505 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 1020 Pine 

Bigelow J. laborer with E. T. Stein 

Bigelow John B. watch maker, 17 Fremont, dwl 18 
Eddy 

Bigelow Jonathan E. surveyor. Bigelow & Brother, 
505 Montgomery, dwl 1020 Pine 

Bigelow Oliver E. box maker with Hobbs & Gil- 
more, dwl 414 Market 

BIGELOW (Samuel C.J & BOWMAN (Arthur 
W.J real estate agents, office room 10 Mercantile 
Library Building^ dwl N W cor Steiner and Mc- 
Allister 

BIGELOW T. B. office SW cor Front and Jackson, 
res Oakland 

Bigger Alexander, pantryman, steamer Orizaba 

Bigiey Cornelius, groceries, 134 Clay, dwl 323 
Kearny 

Bigiey Daniel, clerk, 134 Clay, dwl 323 Kearny 

Bigiey George, clerk, 134 Clay, dwl 323 Keamv 

Bigiey John, repairer Fire Alarm and Police Tele- 
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Bigley Margiiret Miss, domestic, dwl 527 Green 
Bigley Tliomae, shipwright and calker, 31 Market, 

dwl 832 Mission 
B\gii» A. R. traveling agent, dwl 104 Powell 
IJiggs Jessie E. house mover, dwl 39 Second 
Biggs John E. Flume House, San Bruno Road 
Biggs Nancy F. (widow) dwl I'-'O Silver 
Bignanii Louis, w'aiter, dwl 9 Stockton 
Bigot Louis, cook, Cosmopolitan Hotel, dwl 10 

Sutter 
Bigot Esther Mrs. laces and embroideries, 828 Wash 
Bigreiss G. Frederick, frame maker with Snow &■ 

Co. cor Washington and Sansom 
BILAY ANTHONY F. Eureka BowUng Saloon, 

E s Valencia nr Sixteenth 
Biley B. hostler. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Bilfinger Mary Mme. dressmaker, dwl 1116 Dup 
Bill F. dwl 92 Montgomery Block 
Bill Jacob, brewer, Broadway Bi-ewery 
Bill Philip, dwl 338 Third 
Billet E. W. CHowe Jr B.J 423 Washington 
Bilk'tt Maria (widow) dress making, dwl 419 Stock 
Billing Peter, seaman, dwl Western House, Stewart 
Billings Edwin P. machinist. Miners' Foundry, dwl 

47 Clementina 
Billings Fre(lerick, real estate, office 43 Montgom- 
ery Block, dwl Occidental Hotel 
Billings John F. policeman, City Hall, dwl 626 

Vallejo, rear 
Billings Peter, seaman, dwl cor Michigan and Napa 
Billings P. T. engineer, dwl W s Hartman nr Lom- 

bai'd 
Billington C. E. express wagon, cor Third and 

Etoward 
Bilsky Morris, clerk with Henry Levy, dwl 523 Pac 
Binclilev Omer, painter, dwl 3i5 First 
Bine Solomon ( Mansbach <^« B.) dwl 41Natoma 
Bingenheimer Christopher, cooperage, 106 Davis, 

dwl 654 Mission 
Bingham, Albert D. drayman, 225 Clay 
Bingham C. Edward, cigars and tobacco, NE cor 

Sutter and Sansom, dwl 6 Sutter 
Bingham C. S. V. seaman, dwl Citv Front House 
BINGHAM JAMES W. clerk ftoard of Super- 
visors, office 4 City Hall, second floor, dwl 108 
Geary 
Bingham John, capt. schooner Glen Ann, dwl 766 

Mission • 
Bingholier John, laborer, dwl 511 Green 
Bioren John, Franco-Am. Commercial Co. 215 Bush 
Birch Mary J. (widow) dwl 938 Jlission 
Birch P. machinist, Fulton Foundry 
Birch Samuel, laborer, dwl S s "Seventeenth bet 

Church and Dolores 
Birch Thomas, plasterer, dwl 310 Tehama 
Birch William, machinist, dwl 81 Natoma 
Bird Adam, second-hand furniture, 243 Third 
Bird Ann S. (widow) dwl 319 Minna 
Bird George, carrier, Mazenpa, dwl 12 Commercial 
Bird George, proportvman Eureka Theater 
Bird George F. dwl 327 Commercial 
Bird Herbert, supervisory agent Phoenix Insurance 
Co. office 603 Commercial, dwl SW cor Com- 
mercial and Montgomery 
Bird Isabella Mrs. furnished rooms, 820 Wash 
Bird John, cook. Empire State Restaurant, dwl NE 

cor Bush and Sansom 
Bird John W. printer, Alta Job Office, dwl 1113 

Kearny 
Bird Lawrence, brick layer, dwl S s Shipley nr Har- 
rison Avenue 
Bird Levi, driver with Edmund H. Knight 
Bird Michael, laborer, dwl S s Clementina bet Fifth 

and Sixth 
Bird Robert, jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co. dwl 

921 Union 
Bird Thomas, dwl W s Battery bet Filbert and Union 
Bird Thomas, saloon, 160 First 
Bird William, tailor, 126 Bush, dwl 820 Wash 



Birdsall George W. local policeman, dwl 223 Ritch 

nr Brannan 
Birdsall Gertrude, dwl E s Davie bet Pacific and 

Jackson 
Birdsall John, dwl S s Shipley nr Harrison Avenue 
Birdsall John M. engineer, bds 127 Pacific 
Birdsall Z. with Wells, Fargo & Co. dwl NW cor 

Clay and and Clay Avenue 
Birdseye John C. dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Birge J. J. dentist, office 1 Mead House, NW cor 

Montgomery and Pine 
Birkmaier George L. salesman, 424 Sansom 
Birmaham Bridget Miss, domestic, dwl 930 Clay 
Birmingham Edward, engineer, dwl with Charles 

Clint 
Birmingham Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Gilbert bet 

Brjant and Brannan 
Birmingham Peter, student. Mission Dolores Church 
Birmingham Thomas, seaman, dwl 54 Sacramento 
Birmingham Thomas J. porter, dwl 706 Battery 
Birmingham William, bar tender, dwl 21 First 
Birmingham W. W. cotnpositor, American Flag, dwl 

Original House 
Birmingliam, see Bermingham 
Birrell Andrew, dwl 1219 Mason 
Birrell Andrew jr. treasurer Metropolitan Theater, 

dwl 1219 Mason 
Birt William, tinsmith with Taylor & Iredale 
Birt, see Bert and Burt 
Bisagno Bartolomo (Bisagno Bros.) res Chiavori, 

Italy 
Bisagno" Brothers ^/i07/ts and Bartolomo) importers 

and jobbers hardware, cutlery, crockery, etc. 

420 Battery, dwl 924 Pacific 
Bishop B. F. jeweler with J. M. Seamans 
Bishop (Duncan M.) <fc Co. (James B. Faitoute) 

proprietors The Guide, office 410 Clay 
Bishop Gurdon, teamster, dwl W s Florence nr 

Broadway 
Bishop Henry, clerk, NE cor Harrison and Fourth 
Bishop Lester, boarding, E s Valencia nr Sixteenth 
Bishop Margaret Miss, domestic, dwl 615 Green 
Bishop Nimrod, caipenter, dwl 62 Tehama 
Bishop Oliver H. butcher with William Buckley, 

dwl W s Florence nr Broadway 
Bishop Ransom B. master mechanic S. F. & San 

Jos6 R. R. dwl SE cor Shotwell and Sixteenth 
Bishop Richard, stone cutter with Michael Cronin, 

dwl 421 Vallejo 
Bishop Thomas B. attorney at law, office 620 Wash- 
ington, room 5, dwl N s Thirteenth nr Alission 
Bishop William A. teamster, dwl 89 Everett 
Bisilio Joseph, seaman, dwl S s Union bet Sansom 

and Calhoun, rear 
Bissell Edwin C. Rev. pastor Third Cong. Church, 

dwl NE cor Dupont and Lombard 
Biter John, attorney at law, office cor Washington 

and Brenham tlace, bds Bitter's Hotel 
BITTER WILLIAM, proprietor Bitter's Hotel, 

NW cor Kearny and Jackson 
Bitzer John, coffee peddler, dwl Gardner Alley near 

Post 
Biven Racy, miner, dwl NW cor Stockton and Pac 
Bivens Samuel (col'dl porter, C. H. dwl 16 Scott 
Bixby Henry, dwl 284 Minna 
Bixby Samuel V. office 410 Montgomery 
Bixio Oliver, clerk with Ben Holladay, dwl NE 

cor Pine and Powell 
Bizard Etienne, liquor saloon, 712 Market 
Bizard Thomas, dwl 672 Mission 
Bjorkraan John R. laborer, dwl N s Chestnut bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Black Adam, boot maker, dwl S 8 Mission bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Black Amauda F. (widow) furnished rooms, 445 

Bush 
Black Bess G. & S. M. Co. oflice 36 Exchange Bdg 
Black Charles, blacksmith with Black & Saul, dwl 

541 Mission 



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Black CharleB, plumber with J. H. O'Brien & Co. 

<i\vl Pacific Engine HouHe 
Black Diamond Coal Mine, office llOJackson 
Black George, 8nrvcvor, dwl N s Eddy bet Devisi- 

dero and Brodenck 
Black Georce C. brick layer, dwl Pacific Engine 

House, 112 Jackson 
Black Hawk M. Co. office 424 Buttery 
BLACK (Henry M.) Si. SAUL fEdmondJ car- 

ria>,'e niaiiuf, 717 Market, dwl 235 Stevenson 
Black Jacob, cook, steamer Orizaba 
Black John, boiler maker with Cotfev & Riedon 
Black John, laborer, dwl NW cor Main and Har- 
rison 
Black John, mate, brig Tenor, dwl 238 Stewart 
Black John VV. book keeper with Thomas H. Selby 

do Co. dwl 707 Stockton 
Black Ledge G. & S. M. Co. office 402 Front 
Black Richard, Carpenter, dwl Sixth Street House, 

NW cor Sixth and Bryant 
Black Robert, hostler, ClitF House 
Black Rock G. & S. M. Co. office 338 Montgomery 
Black Samuel, farmer, dwl 73 Tehama 
Bhick W. K. carpenter, dwl G63 Howard 
Black W. W. omnibus, Plaza 
Blackum Henry (col'd) seaman, bdsS Broadway 
Blackburn Leslie F. dwl 322 Sutter 
Blackman Abraham, dwl 1140 Pacific 
Blackman CassiusH. clerk with Fargo dt Co. dwl 

607 Pine 
Blackmore Thomas, boarding, 327 Beale 
Blackstone Nathaniel L. dwl Es Lngoon 
Blackstone William, seaman, dwl 238 Stewart 
Blackwell John, cook, Brooklyn Hotel 
Blackwood William, clerk, Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment U. S. A. 742 Washington, dwl cor Grove 

Avenue and Bryant 
Blady Catharine Miss, domestic, dwl 808 Vallejo 
Blaikie Andrew, draftsman, Miners' Foundry, dwl 

519 Bryant 
Blaikie George W. ship joiner, dwl W b Leaven- 
worth bet Washington and Clay 
Blaikie James L. Melter and Refiner's Department 

U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 121 Prospect Place 
Blaikie Richard, ship joiner, dwl W s Leavenworth 

bet Washington and Clay 
Blaikie Sarah (widow) dwl W a Leavenworth bet 

Washington and Clay 
Blain George, carpenter, dwl 222 Stevenson 
Blain John D. Rev. pastor Central Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, dwl 451 Natoma 
Blainey James, bar keeper, SW^ cor Jackson and 

Kearny 
Blair Chauncy S. pattern maker, Golden State Iron 

W^orks, dwl 8 Minna 
Blair Jeanette (widow) dwl S s Welch bet Third 

and Fourth 
Blair Joseph F. machinist, Pacidc Foundry, dwl 306 

Fremont 
Blair Laura Mrs. lodgings, 737 Market 
Blair ( MathewJ &. Co. hay and grain dealers, 28 

W^ashington, dwl 248 Stevenson 
Blair Phiueas S. cabinet maker with J. A. Shaber, 

dwl 633 Market 
Blair Samuel, captain bark Rival, office Pier 10, dwl 

47 Tehama 
Blair Thomas M. special policeman, dwl 108 Post 
Blair William, job wagon, dwl Ss Welch bet Third 

and Fourth 
Blaisdell E. F. Mrs. fancy and dry goods, 329 Da- 

pont, dwl 1 Harlan Place 
Blaisdell Jay P. teamster with John R. Sedgley, 

dwl SE cor California and Davis 
Blaisdell, see Blasdell 
Blaise Lapariat, baker, dwl 539 Broadway 
Blake B. bar keeper, Eureka Hose Co. No. 4 
BLAKE (Calvin T.j &, CO. (George W. Blake) 

hatters, 524 Montgomery, dwl W s Calhoun bet 

Green and Union 



Blake Charles D. teamster with Reynolds ii, Co. dwl 

E 8 Folsom bet First and Freinont 
BLAKE CHARLES E. dentist, SW cor Clay and 

Kearny, dwl 91)7 Bush 
Blake Charles W. sawyer, dwl cor Pine and Bat 
Blake Edward, dravman with Joseph D. C. Beach, 

401 Front 
Blake Elizabeth (widow) dwl 815 toward 
BLAKE (FrnncinJ & MOFFITf (.Jnmcx) import- 
ers printing papers, inks, etc. 5i33 Washinirton, 

dwl 933 Bush 
Blake George (cold) cook, 630 Commercial 
Blake George H. clerk with J. C. Johnson & Co. 

dwl 727' Tehama 
Blake George M. book keeper, U. S. Sanitary Com- 
mission, SE cor Jlont and Pine, res Oakland 
Blake George O. commission merchant, 609 Front, 

dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Blake George W. (Blake 4- Co.) hatters, dwl 1123 

Stockton 
Blake Henry C. accountant, office 436 Jackson, dwl 

1414 Stockton 
Blake Henry R. painter, dwl 709 Greenwich 
Blake J. sail maker, dwl 360 Leavenworth 
Blake James, laborer, dwl 142 Clara 
Blake James, miner, dwl SE cor Suiter and Leav 
Blake James, physician, office and dwl 206 Bush 
Blake John (col'll) licjuor saloon, 734 Pacific 
Blake John, tailor with Frank Elwell, 315 Mont 
Blake John R. (col'd) calker, dwl 909 Pacific 
Blake M. (widow) dwl 121 Shipley 
Blake Mary Miss, domestic, NE cor Brannan and 

Ninth 
Blake Mary L. (widow) dwl Ws Leroy Place bet 

Sacramento and Clay 
BLAKE MAURICE C. judge Probate Court City 

and Co. San Francisco, room 18 City Hall second 

floor, chambers 19 third floor, dwl Russ House 
Blake Nicholas laborer, dwl 267 Stevenson 
Blake Ozias, ship master bark D. M. Hall, dwl 238 

Stewart 
Blake Peter, carpenter, Vulcan Foundry, dwl 716 

Harrison 
Blake Phillip H. toll collector San Francisco & 

Point Lobos Road nr Cemetery Avenue 
Blake (Sumner C.) & Myers (Albert) books, et-a- 

tionery, etc. 702 Mont, dwl 3 Central Place 
Blake T. A. (Goodyear ^ B.) dwl 127 Mont 
Blake William G. barber, dwi SE cor Howard and 

Third 
BLAKE (Wm. H.) &. DENISON (A. G.) (col'd) 

hair dressing saloon, 615 Merchant 
Blakely Irvine (Mosgrove Sf B.) dwl 222 Third 
Blakely W. H. drayman, cor Battery and Merchant, 

dwl S s Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth 
Blakely William, porter, 211 Bat, dwl 225 Sutter 
Blakley William M. laborer. Miners' Foundry 
Blakeman A. Noel, clerk, office U. S. Internal Rev- 
enue, dwl American Exchange Hotel 
Blakeslee Albert, painter, dwl 34 Third 
Blakiston John S. sail loft, NW cor Clay and East 

second floor, dwl 629 Market 
Blamine James, drayman, 209 California 
Blanc Alexander, dwl NW cor Jackson and Front 
Blanc (Maurice) &, Seran (Gustave) liquor saloon, 

109 Fourth, dwl 2*)3 Clementina 
Blanc Stewart, boot maker, dwl 705 Battery 
BLANCH MARIANO editor El Correo de San 

Francisco, office 617 Sansom 
Blanchard A. assistant keeper F. P. Light House 
Blanchard A. captain schooner Belle, ofnce 413 East 
Blanchard Alexander, mariner, dwl E s Reed nr 

Washington 
Blanchard F. H. messenger, Surveyors' Department 

Custom House, dwl 405 Post 
Blanchard Henry P. merchant, office 214 California, 

dwl Lick House 
BLANCHARD JULES, hardware, etc. 26 Third 
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Blanchard Louie, wind-mill maker, dwl Lestrade 

Alley 
Blanchard R. S. clerk, dwl 54 First 
Blaucliard Sarah J. Miss, teacher, private school 

5'28 Bush, dwl 909 Clay 
Blanchard Stephen, dwl 54 First 
Blanche Augustine Miss, artist, dwl 613 Kearny 
Blanche Henry, tailor, dwl 1015 Pacific 
Blaiichet Henry, tailor, dwl 1337 Dupont, rear 
Blanchtield Thomas, carpenter with Steam Paddy 

Co. dwl N s Oak nr Gough 
Blanchon Jean, cartnian, dwl 1402 Powell 
Blanckardt T. A. clerk, Q. M. Department U. S. 

A. dwl 3 Brenhani Place 
BLANCKEART V. J. & CO. (Albert S. Verriez) 

wines and liquors, 911 Dupont 
Blanco Timoteo, boot maker, dwl 47 Jackson 
Blanden E. clerk, dwl 81 Natoma 
Blanding Edward J. salesman with Bowen Bros. 

dwl SE cor Second and Natoma 
Blanding Lewis, attorney at law, office NE cor 

Montgomery and California 
Blanding Robert H. clerk with Bowen Bros 
Blanding William, president Ophir Silver Mining 

Co. office NE cor Mont and Cal, dwl 703 Bush 
Blaner Ernest, upholsterer with Goodwin & Co. 

dwl S 8 Pine net ^Montgomery and Keaniy 
Blaney James A. Pennsylvania Engine Co. No. 12 
Blanev John, painter with Hopps & Kanary, dwl 

5(59 Ellis 
Blaney John H. mining, dwl 549 Howard 
Blankcard Charles, commission merchant, dwl 207 

Minna 
Blankeu Henry, dwl 6 Mile House, San Bruno Road 
Blanken Nicholas, clerk, SW cor Broadway and 

Kearny 
Blao M. waiter. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Blasco Abraham, clerk, dwl 297 Clementina 
Blasdell George E. with Lewis & Neville, dwl 307 

Tehama nr Fourth 
Blasdell G. W. street contractor, dwl 650 Howard 
Blasdell Laurence B. jeweler with Mathewson & 

Bucklin, dwl 647 Howard 
Blasdell, see Blaisdell 

Blass Gasson, salesman, 36 Second, dwl 65 Jessie 
Blass Meyer, dry goods, 36 Second, dwl 65 Jessie 
Blass Morris, clerk, 58 Second, dwl 65 Jessie 
Blaszkower Marks, clerk, 303 Kearny 
Blatchley Joel S. attoniey at law, office 40 Mont- 
gomery Block, dwl 1008 Tavlor 
Blattner John J. contractor, dwl 425 Third 
Blauer Rudolph, cook, Bootz's Hotel 
Blauvelt Richard D. jr. clerk, County Recorder's 

office, dwl 611 Mason nr Ellis 
Bleiman Edward, laborer, dwl 2 Vallejo Place 
Blenker Jacob, fireman, S. F. Pioneer W. Mills, dwl 

North Point bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Blessman Louis, with Feaster & Co. 213 Pme, dwl 

126 Bush 
Blethen James H. master stmr Moses Taylor, office 

NW cor Battery and Pine, dwl 514 Dupont 
Blethen James H. jr. mate, steamer Colorado, dwl 

514 Dupont 
Blettner Nicholas, coachman, Treraont House 
Blewitt (Isaac) &- Johnson (Edwin U.J gunsmiths, 

507 Commercial 
Bley H. dwl 214 Sansom 
Bleymonn Edward, matress repairer, 521 Market, 

dwl Vallejo Place 
Blick Peter, carpenter, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

705 HaiTison 
Bligh Catharine (widow) dwl 528 Union 
Hlinn Cyrus A. carpenter, dwl 216 Tehama 
Blinn Samuel P. (Adams, B. Sc Co.) dwl 542 Sec- 
ond cor Brannan 
Bliss George D. butcher with Johnson & Co. dwl 

S 8 Pacific nr Polk 
Blitz Bernard S. policeman. City Hall, dwl 1206 

Stockton 



Bliven James (Fagin, B. Sf Skelly) NE cor Har- 
rison and Third 
Bloch H. F. (A. Cahn J^- Co.) resides Portland, 

Oregon 
Bloch I. F. (A. Cahn J^- Co.) dwl 527 Folsora 
Bloch John, dry goods, 3 Virginia Block, dwl 708 

Vallejo 
Bloch wniiam, boots and shoes, 1022 Dupont 
Blochman Abraham ^i//i{/(?Wer 4' Cahn) dwl 515 

Folsom 
Block A. B. gents' furnishing goods, 1107 Dupont 
Block Abram & Co. (North San Juan) office 300 

Battery, dwl 312 Sutter 
Block Charles, driver, dwl 190 Stevenson 
Block George, laborer, dwl 1013 Pacific 
Block James N. book keeper with H. Cohn & Co. 

dwl 312 Sutter 
Block Jane (widow) dwl 2 Dixon's Block, Jane 
Block John, gents' furnishing goods, 532 Kearny, 

dwl cor Geary and Mason 
Block William, proprietor Harbor View and Fort 

Point Omnibus Line, dwl S s Francisco bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Blockmann Emanuel, millinery, 40 Fourth 
Blodes Theodore, hair dressing saloon, 602 Market, 

dwl 21 Geary 
Blodget Henry, cook, dwl 39 First 
Blodgett Edgar C. agent for Wilson & Stevens, dwl 

W 8 Potrero Avenue nr Sixteenth 
Blohm Peter, groceries and liquors, 42 Webb 
Blom John, suip carpenter, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Blondell Tliomas, job waaron, NE cor Montgomery 

and Sutter, dwl cor Webster and Fulton 
Bloudin M. dwl 214 Sansom 
Blong Thomas W. butcher, dwl Brannan Street 

Bridge 
Blood James, boatman, dwl NE cor Francisco and 

Stockton 
BLOOD J. H. attorney at law and commissioner 

deeds, office 7 Montgomery Block, dwl SE cor 

Montgomery and California 
Blood L. L. commission merchant, 225 Clay, dwl 

1104 Powell 
Blood Mary Mrs. millinery, 8 Montgomery 
Blood Susan E. dwl 265 Bilinna 
Blood William, sail maker, dwl N s Filbert bet 

Montgomery and Sansom 
Bloom Annie Miss, domestic, dwl 732 Vallejo 
Bloom Samuel ( IV. Wolf ^ Co.) 619 Sacramento 
Bloom Samuel, tanner and currier, S s Brannan nr 

Sixth, dwl Sixth nr Folsom 
Bloom William, express wagon, Brnnnan bet Fifth 

and Sixth 
Bloomer Hiram G. painter, NE cor Jackson and 

Montgomery, dwl W s Vernon Place nr Jack- 
son 
Bloomer (Jacob) & Co. (James Williams) liquor 

saloon, Oriental Hotel, dwl 3 Tehama 
Bloomer Theodore H. book keeper. State Gauger's 

office, 321 Front, dwl W s Vernon Place nr 

Jackson 
Bloomer William, superintendent Metropolitan Mar- 
ket, dwl 131 Montgomery 
Bloomfield Solomon, dwl 518 Filbert 
Bloomfield William G. seaman, dwl N s Union bet 

Battery and Sansom 
Bloomingdale E. furniture, dwl 607 Union 
Bloomingdale H. esilesman with E. Bloomingdale, 

dwl 607 Union 
Bloomingdale Israel, book keeper, 300 Battery, dwl 

1022 Stockton 
Bloor George W. compositor, Morning Call, dwl N s 

Jackson bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Bios Joseph, porter with DeWitt, Kittle & Co. dwl 

813 Sansom 
Blossett Mary Ann Miss, domestic, SW cor Gougb 

and Fulton 
Blote John H. dwl 784 Folsom 



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IJluclier S. C. boot maker, 1504 Stockton 

Uliio AiK'lior Dourding Houhc, J. Louia Schroedor 
proprietor, 7 mid 9 Wa«liiii^ton 

IJlne Linlite G. & S. M. Co. otiico 102 Front 

IJluc Led^e G. & S. Quartz Co. (El Dorado Cal.) 
olfifc 7 Government House 

IJliieuiel Lcljerecht, Uiilor, dwl 33 St. Mark Place 

Uliiiii A. baker, dwl SVV cor Fourth and Mission 

Wuni H. M.^liuier, dwl ContineiituI Hotel 

l$liiiu Cliristopber, painter, dwl ~'3') Sutter 

Hluui KiiiiM, waiter, dwl H21 Keurny 

Hluni EnufKtiuc Miee, with (JuHt^ive Coblentz 

BLUM HEli.MAX, Kcute' furnishinK goods, 304 
Montgomery, dwl Occidental Hotel 

Blum Isaac, glazier, dwl 38 Jackson 

Blum Isaac, tailoring, 104 Bush 

BLUAI I SIDOU, clothing and gents' funiish'g goods, 
411 Montgomery, dwl 10~'2 Jackson 

Blum Simon, exnrese wagon, SW cor California and 
SiiiiHom, dwl 315 Fremont 

Blum Solomon, book keeper with L. Straesburger, 
dwl 6:23 Washington 

Blumberg J. F. salt mills, 27 Fremont, dwl E s 
Howard bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Blume Henry, boot maker, dwl lit St. Mary 

Blumenberg'j. H. real estate, dwl 315 Pine 

Bluiucnstein Philip, laborer with E. B. Woodward, 
NAV cor Mission and Fourteenth 

Blumentlial Abram, clerk with Isaac Harris, dwl 
Los Angeles 

Blumenthal G. paper banger and decorator, dwl 
Hall Court 

BLUMENTHAL H. M. proprietor Original House 
Restaurant, dwl 1510 Powell 

Blumentlial Martin A. mcbt, dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 

Blunn Edward, gardener, dwl 46 Silver 

Blunt Amelia Mrs. music teacher, dwl NW comer 
Kearny and Broadway 

Blunt John, steward, dwl 630 Green, rear 

Blunt John P. salesman with J. E. Hughes, dwl 706 
Jones 

Blunt Phineas U. dwl 706 Jones 

Bluxome Isaac, coal and iron, 206 Front, dwl 656 
Folsom 

Bly Leander A. carpenter with James Brokaw, dwl 
271 Clary 

BLYTH (Henry) & WETHERBEE (S. H.) lum- 
ber yard, 101 Market, dwl 405 Folsom 

Blythe John, conductor, Central R. E. dwl 427 
Sixth 

Blythe Susan (widow) dwl cor Jones and McAllister 

Boag John, workman with E. Morrell, dwl NE cor 
Twentieth and Florida 

BOAED OF CITY ENGINEERS, office 14 City 
Hall, third floor 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS WIDENING 
KEAENY ST. office 410 Kearny 

BOAED OF DELEGATES S. F. F. DEPART- 
MENT, 1 City Hall, third floor 

BOAED OF EDUCATION, rooms 22 City HaU, 
second floor 

BOAED OF EQUALIZATION, office 3 City HaU, 
second floor 

BOAED OF FIEE WAEDENS S. F. F. DE- 
PARTMENT, 2 Citv Hall, third floor 

BOARD OF PILOT 'EXAMINERS, office 519 
Clay 

BOARD OF BELIEF (Masonic) office Masonic 
Temple 

BOAED OF STATE HAEBOR COMMISSION- 
ERS, office 302 Montgomery 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, rooms 2 City Hall, 
second floor 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, clerk of, office 
second floor, Citv Hall, room 3 

BOARDMAN GEO'RGE C. president San Fran- 
cisco Fire Insurance Co. office Donohoe, Kelly 
& Co. 's Building, 432 Montgomery, dwl Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 



Boardman Joseph, architect, dwl NE cor Francisco 

and Dupout 
Boardman Thomas S. jeweler with Geo. C. Shreve 

& Co. dwl ()21 Clay 
Boas Emanuel (Jo»eph Boat Sf Co.) res New York 
BOAS JOSEPH &, CO. (Charle» B. Richard and 

Emaniiel Boas) importers and jobbers fancy 

goods, and agents Hamburg Packet Co. 513 Sac- 
ramento, dwl 531 Post 
Boas Michael, drayman, 542 Howard 
Bobenrieth John, workman Willows Brewery, dwl 

SW cor Mission and Nineteenth 
Bobues John, liquors, dwl Battery bet Filbert and 

Union 
Boccardo Luigi, emplov6 with Brignardello, Mae- 

chiavello & Co. 706 Sansom 
Boch Rudolph, salesman, 420 Bat, dwl 1217 Powell 
Bock Adolnh, clerk, dwl SW cor Polk and Hayes 
Bock Charles, liquor and billiard saloon, 769 Clay, 

dwl SE cor Clay and Dupout 
Bock Jacob, miner, bds Franklin Hotel, SE cor San- 
son! and Pacific 
Bocke Frank, upholsterer, dwl 132 Sutter 
Bockeln Christian, laborer. Bay Sugar Refinery, 

dwl S 8 Greenwich bet Jones and Taylor 
Bocken Henry, restaurant, 643 Washington, dwl S s 

Union above Mason 
Bockholz Henry, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Bockman Richard H. groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Folsom and Eighth 
Bockmann B. H. clerk, dwl 104 Stewart 
Bockmann (Henry) &, Mangels (Henry) groceries 

and liquors, NE cor Freelon and Fourth 
Bockmann Henry, drayman, dwl NW cor Kearny 

and Jackson 
Bockrath Henry, produce, dwl 321 Fifth 
Bocksch Charles, gardener, N s Presidio Road near 

Presidio House 
Bodden Hugh, stone cutter, dwl 528 Pacific 
Bode Frederick, job wagon, comer Sacramento and 

Montgomery, dwl Powell nr Green 
Bode George C. with J. B. Thomas, dwl 826 Mis- 
sion 
Bode Luis, agent Clinton Temperance Hotel, 311 

Pacific 
Bodecker Bernard, musician, dwl 424 Union 
Boden John F. court room clerk, Fourth District 

Court, dwl 424 Bush 
Boden John H. clerk with Henschel & Maurice, 

dwl 424 Bush 
Boden P. (widow) dwl 424 Bush 
Bodkin Eliza Miss, dress maker, 246 Sixth 
Bodkin Sarah Miss, dress maker, 246 Sixth 
Bodkin Thomas, plasterer, dwl 119 Shipley 
Bodwell H. H. (Atwood 4- B.) dwl 237 Minna 
Bodwell Mary L. Miss, teacher mathematics, Girls' 

High School, dwl 17 Tehama 
Body A\'^illiam, pantryman, stm Pacific 
Boege H. painter, 417 Dupont 
Boegler Mary (widow) dwl 737 Broadway 
Boehm Andrew, baker, 120 Third 
Boehm Daniel (col'd) cook, stm ChrysopoUs 
Boehm Isaac, clerk, 134 Second 
Boehm Philip J. waiter, dwl 35 Jessie 
Boehme Frederick, musician, Maguire's Opera H. 

dwl S s Vallejo bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Boehmer Fritz, merchant, d'wi 611 Union 
Boell Chai'les L. printer with Calhoun & Son, dwl 

817 Vallejo nr Powell, rear 
Boenstein Herman, clerk, dwl 61 Stevenson 
Boepple Ferdinand, shoe maker with William P. 

Burke, dwl Meyer's Hotel 
Boero Luigi, employ^ with Brignardello, Macchia- 

vello &■ Co. /06 Sansom 
Boese Julius, clerk. Golden Gate Market, dwl 721 

Broadway 
BOFER WILLIAM & CO. (August Bultman 

and Adolph Marquard) importers and retailers 

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Bofinger Jacob, gold and silver plater, 431 Kearny 

Began Charles, merchant, dwl S e Union bet Mont- 
gomery and Calhoun 

Bogardus J. P. f Calif ornian Publishing Co.) dwl 
Deljrardo Place 

Bogart John M. book keeper, 127 Clay, dwl W s 
Eleventh bet Market and Mission . 

Bogart O. H. book keener with R. H. McDonald & 
Co. dwl 1 Milton Place 

Bogash Charles, clerk, 634 Commercial, dwl 406 
Dupont 

Boge Joseph, painter, dwl Liitgen's Hotel 

Bogee WiUiam, laborer, Lone Mountain Cemetery 

Bogel C. H. groceries and liquore, SW cor Waverly 
Plate and Washington 

Bogel Theodore (B. Lefevre 4- Co.) dwl 1015 
Jackson 

Boggs Edwin, dwl 522 Dupont 

Boggs P. H. dwl 522 Dupout 

Bogie Jpseph H. policeman, dwl 9 Front, rear 

Bogiier Charles, tailor, W s Valencia bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

Bobam Mary Miss, domestic, dwl S s Chestnut bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Bohan Bridget Miss, domestic, dwl- 1526 Powell 

BOHAN AX PATRICK, groceries and Uquors, NW 
cor Xatoma and Mary 

Bohen Benjamin T. policeman, City Hall, dwl 4 St. 
JIark Place 

Bohen George T. dwl 617 Pine 

Bolile Sophia Miss, domestic, 835 Post 

BOHLKEN ('Joh7i Martin) & BREMER (Henry) 
groceries and liquors, NW cor Third and Har- 
rison 

Bohm S. H. merchant, oflBce 117 Battery, dwl 524 
Green 

Bohm William, manufacturing jeweler, 614 Merch 

Bohme William, conductor. North Beach &. M. R. 
R. Co. dwl 276 Jessie 

Bohmer Louis G. Independence H. & L. Co. No. 3 

Bohn Adolpb, dwl 427 Green 

Bohn B. J. seaman, bds 5 Washington 

Bohn John, stoves and tin ware, 1218 Dupont, dwl 
418 Union 

Bohner Charles A. Five Mile House, San Bruno 
Road 

Bohrman H. farmer, dwl ^23 Pine 

Boice Charles De S. book keeper, American Ex- 
change Hotel 

Boie George, packer. Golden Gate Mills, 430 Pine 

BOILLEAU FERDINAND, stock broker, office 
NE cor Montgomery and Jackson, dwl S s 
Lombard bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Bois John (col'd) cook, bds 5 Broadway 

Boise River G. & S. M. Co. office 338 Montgomery 

Boisnet Alphonse, cabinet maker, 3 Stockton 

Boisnet Prosper, cabinet maker, 3 Stockton 

Boisse Eugene, hair dressing saloon, 526 Commer- 
cial, dwl 626 Sacramento 

Boisse Gaston, Knickerbocker Engine Co. No. 5 

Boisse Hermine Madame, dress maker, 625 Sac 

Boilano Andrea, boarding, dwl W s Union Place 

Boitias Henriette Mrs. dwl 430 Busli 

Bokee David McK. cashier HoUaday's Steamship 
Line, SW cor Front and Jackson, dwl 733 Pine 

Bolado Joaquin ( Sanjurjo, B. 4" Pujol) dwl 526 
Sutter 

Bolan James, groceries and liquors, 328 Third 

Boland James, book keeper, Vulcan Foundry, dwl 
Hubbard Court 

Boland John, butcher, 39 Metropolitan Market, dwl 
SE cor Taylor and O'Farrell 

Boland Nelson, street paver, dwl 116 Jessie 

Boland William H. book keeper, dwl 54 First 

Bolauder Catherine (widow) furnished rooms, 736 
Market 

Bolander Frederick A. student, dwl 736 Market 

Bolander Henry N. professor German Academic 
Seminary, dwl 60 Second 



Bolander Henry N. Mrs. ladies' fancy store, 60 

Second 
Boldemann Adolph, cook, 28 Montgomery, dwl Pine 

bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Bole James, book keeper with Henry Dreschfeld, 

dwl 322 Vallejo 
Boles John, laborer with C. B. Folsom, dwl S b 

O'Farrell bet Devisidero and Scott 
Bolfrey William, shoe maker, dwl .562 Bryant 
Bolger John, boiler maker. Union Foundry, dwl 260 

Clementina 
Bolger John, plasterer, dwl S s Shipley nr Harrison 

Avenue 
Bolger Miles, liquor saloon, SW cor Davis and Sac 
Bolger Thomas, dk, 315 Montgomery, dwl 218 Bush 
Bolger, see Bulger 

Bolhens William, dwl SW cor Polk and Hayes 
Bolian Martin, tailoring, 108 Sansom 
Bolinas Petroleum Co. office 611 Clay 
Bolinger William A. secretary Crescent Quartz Mill 

Co. office 311 Clay, dwl 5l9 Folsom 
Bollen George W. machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwl 

W s Rousch nr Folsom 
BoUes Frederick, 1st officer etm Del Noite, dwl NE 

cor Taylor and Jackson 
BoUes, see Bowles 

BoUier Paul, tobacconist, dwl 8 Lick Alley 
Boiling George K. Mrs. trimmings and fancy goods, 

1009 Folsom 
Boiling George K. musician, dwl 1009 Folsom 
Bollinger John C. collector, dwl SWcor Stockton and 

Greenwich 
Bollo Thomas, groceries and liquors, SE cor Stock- 
ton and Vallejo 
Bolster Thomas, brakeman. Market Street Railroad, 

dwl junction Hayes Valley and Market 
Bolte Henry, Thunderbolt Billiard and Liquor Sa- 
loon, 938 Kearny, dwl NE cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Bolte Wilhelm, clerk, 209 Front 
Bollen Jacob, clerk with D. Erichs, dwl SE cor Val- 
lejo and Battery 
Bolton Henry, handcartman, comer Drumm and 

Jackson 
BOLTON JAMES R. real estate, office 618 Mer- 
chant, dwl N W cor Jones and Greenwich 
Bolton John G. butcher, dwl 18 Rousch 
Bolton John H. dwl 1104 Taylor 
Boltz Albert, steward, dwl fi s Sonoma PI nr Union 
Bona Peter, real estate, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Bonacine Angelo, carver, dwl N s Broadway bet 

Kearney and Dupont 
Bonal John, shoe maker, dwl 740 Vallejo 
Bonatti Aquiline, with Henry lelmini, dwl 445 Bush 
Bond Balaam, assistant janitor Masonic Temple 
Bond C. waterman, dwl SW cor Dupont and Bdwy 
BOND CHARLES R. secretary Fireman's Fund 

Ins. Co. 238 Montgomery, dwl 819 Wash 
Bond George, carpenter, dwl 39 Second 
Bond Hemy H. apprentice with S. S. Culverwell, 

res San Antonio 
Bond Margaret Mrs. domestic, 121 Sixth 
Bond Richard L. carpenter and builder, dwl N 8 

Broadway bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Bond Thomas H. J. real estate agent and collector, 

dwl N s Broadway bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Bondil P. engineer, French Hospital 
Bondon Arthur, clerk, Central Amencan Transit Co. 

dwl 1018 Stockton 
Bonduel Charles, foreman Courier de San Francisco, 

617 Sansom, dwl 921 Washington 
Bone Yune (Chinese) washing, 162 Minna 
Bone Mary (widow) dwl 24 Clara, rear 
Boner Margaret Miss, domestic, dwl 1002 Powell 
Bones John W. contractor and builder, dwl 40 Minna 
Bones Samuel W. dwl 40 Minna 
Bonestell J. T. salesman with R. B. Gray & Co. 

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Bonestell LouIb H. salesman wilh John G. Hodge 

&- Co. dwl 512 Stockton 
Bonetti Giacoino, laborer, dwi S s Polk Alley 
IJonj,'ert Mitchell, teaniHter, dwl CkJ!) Broadway 
Bon^flet EliHa, laundress, dwl S a Hayes bet Octa- 

via and La^nina 
Bonher Charles A. ranchero, St. Francis H. &, L. 

Co. No. 1 
Bonis Peter, veterinary snrpeon, 214 Stevenson 
Bonn Henry (Begeman ^ B.J dwl SW cor Tehama 

iui<i Kifth 
Bonnard (Iharles R. K. printer, Eureka Typograph- 
ical Rooms, G25 Merchant 
Bonnurd Francis A. compositor, Morning Call, dwl 

13:24 Jackson 
Bonnard Thomas, dry goods, dwl 425 Fourth 
Bonneau Thomas C. hair dressing saloon, Railroad 

House, dwl SE cor Minna and Sixth 
Bonnell A. C. cashier Evening Bulletin, 620 Mont, 

dwl ril Bush 
Bonne!! Edward, clerk, Countv Recorder's Office, 

dwl N s Siico bet Hyde an(f Leavenworth 
Bonnell Henrv W. clerk wilh Brooks & Rouleau, 

dwl 711 liush 
Bonnell Kate Miss, assistant, Hyde Street Primary 

School, dwl 711 Bush 
Bonnell Rufus, clerk with D. J. Oliver, dwl 711 Bush 
Bonner Charles, mining engineer, office 804 Mont, 

room 9, dwl 111 Taylor 
Bonner John L. (col'd) "porter, 611 Sacramento, dwl 

611 Mason 
Bonnet (B.) &. Co. (John Leotier) asphaltum 

workers, SW comer Third and Stevenson, and 

brick mkrs, W s Larkin bet Bdwy and Vallejo 
Bonnet Caroline Mme. dwl 8 Polk Alley 
Bonnet Eugene, cook, 526 Clay 
Bonnet Isaac, dwl 632 Post 
Bonnet Pierre, French Garden, Lobos Creek 
Bonney George, broker, SW cor Mont and Clay 
Bonney O. mining stocks, dwl 620 Market 
Bonney Olpha jr. carpenter, dwl 732 Folsom 
Bonney Thomas C. carpenter, dwl 13 Ellis 
Bonzi Antoiue, with Peter Bonzi, 515 Merchant 
Bonzi Peter, ItaHan Restaurant, 515 Merchant 
Boobar E. C. (Galloway Sf B.) dwl 554 Folsom 
Boohen Patrick, hostler, 16 Sutter, dwl 814 Mission 
Booker H. E. Mrs. (T. Sullivan Sf Co.; dwl 214 

Powell 
BOOKER W. LANE, H. B. M. consul, office 428 

California, dwl Union Club Rooms 
Bookmeyer William, seaman, bds 7 Washington 
Books Robert F. hair dresser, dwl E s Mason bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Bookstaver ( S. J.J &. Weller (Peter H.) butchers, 

82 Washington Market, dwl E s Eighth bet 

Howard and Folsom 
Boomsma Albit, clerk. Keystone House, 127 Jackson 
Boone William, drayman, cor Cal and Battery, dwl 

109 Pine 
Boone William H. clerk with Brocas & Perkins, 

bds International Hotel 
Booraem H. Toler, attorney at law, office 519 Mont 
Booraem T. L. collector, dwl 116 Perry 
Booraem Townsend, teamster, Pacific Glass Works, 

dwl cor Iowa and Mariposa 
Boormau John, milk ranch, dwl N s Broadway bet 

Franklin and Van Ness Avenue 
Boosma Albert, liquor saloon, 923 Kearny 
Booth (Adam) & Co. produce commission mer- 
chants, 36 and 38 Clav, dwl 1713 Mason 
Booth Daniel E. clerk, U.' S. Land Office, dwl 1711 

Dupont 
Booth George, works with John Higgins, Lake 

Merced Ranch 
BOOTH H. J. & CO. (G. W. Prescott and I. M. 

Scott J Union Foundry, NE cor First and Mis. 

sion, dwl SW cor First and Harrison 
Booth Hosea, workman with N. Simonds, cor Bay 

View Park and Hunter's Point Road 



Booth Joseph ( William Booth Sf Co.) res Newark, 
N. J 

Booth Lucius A. mining, office 402 Front, dwl W B 
First Avenue nr Fifteenth 

Booth N. B. &. Co. (M. Pczold) manufacturing con- 
fectioners, 20 Kearny 

BOOTH NEWTON (Booth ^ Co. Marysville) 
office 405 Front 

Booth Samuel, spinner, Mission Woolen Mills, dwl 
W s Sbotwell bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 

BOOTH WILLIAM &, CO. (Joseph Booth) im- 
porters and manufacturers hats and caps, 314 
Sacramento, dwl 42 Tehama 

Booth William, machinist. Union Foundry, dwl N W 
cor First and Mission 

Boothby Ezekiel, workman with Smith & Brpwn, 
dwl 6 Columbia nr Sixteenth 

Boothby William L. teamster, dwl 308 Folsom 

Boolhman James, with D. It. Provost Ai Co. dwl 
735 Market 

Boothman Jeannette Miss, dwl 735 Market 

Booth royd G. waiter, steamer Senator 

Bootz Adam, hotel keeper, dwl Ns Page bet Frank- 
lin and Gough 

BOOTZ'S HOTEL, John Baumeister & Co. pro- 
prietors, 435 Pine 

Booyer David, dwl Rues House 

Bopp Peter, butcher with A. Reiner, dwl Potrero Av 

Boquillop A. A. hay and grain, 53 Third 

Boradt Henry, butcher with J. Scmadec, NE cor 
Folsom and Twenty-Second 

Borbeck John, liquors, '600 Cal, dwl 514 Geary 

Borchard Charles (Ehrenpfort Sf Co.) dwl 24 
Stockton 

Borchard Louis, clerk, dwl 313 Kearny 

Borchelt John, carpenter, dwl W s Larkin bet Green 
and Union 

Borchers Diedrich, dwl 529 Broadwav 

Borchers Fabian (Gotze ^ B.) dwl NE cor Kearny 
and California 

Borchers (Henry J.) & Poska (Jacob) foreign and 
domestic fruit*, 423 Davis and 252 Stewart 

Borchers J. C. physician, office and dwl 343 Kearny 

Borchers Thomas, wool presser with Clark & Per- 
kins, dwl 409 Union 

Borchere William, sailor, dwl 20 Frederick 

Borde Frederick, express wa^on, NW cor Mont- 

Jfomery and Commercial, dwl 1616 Powell 
e Johanna (widow) dwl 1616 Powell 

Bordenave James, bakerv, 433 Pacific 

BORDEAUX & SAN FRANCISCO MA'RITIME 
LINE PACKETS, Alexis DeStoutz agent, 431 
Batterv 

BORDEAtrX BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, 
Henry Schroder & Co. agents, 811 Montgomery 

Border John, laborer, dwl S s Liberty bet Towns- 
end and Brannan 

Bordner Jacob, carpenter Russ House 

Bordwell George, architect, office 224 Montgomery, 
dwl 442 Second 

BOREL ALFRED, com merchant, NW cor Mont 
and Jackson, dwl NW cor Cal and Stockton 

Borel Antoine, clerk with Alfred Borel, dwl NW 
cor California and Stockton 

Borel Gustave, collector with Z. Hebert, dwl Santa 
Clara bet Hampshire and Jersey 

Borella A. groceries and liquors, NE cor Third and 
Tehama 

Borger Christian, jeweler, dwl 238 Stewart 

Borgher Louisa, domestic, dwl 1414 Kearny 

Boring Samuel W. cotton raiser, dwl with W. Snb- 
lett, San Bruno Road nr Twentieth 

BORKER (Solomon) & ROSENFELD (Antho- 
ny) stock and money brokers, office 602 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 722 Vallejo 

Borkheim Henry, regimental tailor, 236 Sutter 

Borle Louis, cook 323 Washington 

Bom Charles, hair dresser with Henderson & 
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Bom Nicholas, driver with Bernard Raubinger, 130 

Geary 
Bornemann F. H. aseistant book keeper, office U. S. 
Assistant Treasurer, dwl SW cor Folsoui and 
Thirteenth 
Bornemann Francis G. cashier office U. S. Assist- 
ant Treasurer, dwl SW cor Folsoni and Thir- 
teenth 
Bornemann George,'laborer with Peter Salmon 
Bornheim George, tailoring, 10^ Sansom 
Bornheiraer Francis, fruit, 226 Third 
Bornstein Julius, with E. Maitin &. Co. dwl NW 

cor Franklin and Oak 
Bornstein Paulina Jliss, assistant teachef, Hebrew 

school, dwl cor Oak and Franklin 
Boi-nstine Henry, retail dry goods, 731 Montgomery 
Borren Korm, furniture, 24G Third 
Borsch Barbara Miss, domestic with Frederick 

Beckman, W s Van Ness Avenue nr Grove 
Bortfeld E. billard-table maker, dwl Hinckley 
Borthwick Robert, porter dwl 229 Bush 
BORUCK MARCUS D. (Chase d,- B.) dwl 619 

Geary 
Bosch Reoecca, domestic, 311 Clementina 
Boschen Fabian (N. Boschen df Co.) dwl SE cor 

Minna and Fifth 
Boschen Nicholas «& Co. (Fabian Boschen) grocer- 
ies and liquors, SE cor Minna and Fifth 
Boschken Jacob (C. F. Glein ^' Co.) dwl 407 

Powell 
Bose Henry, clerk with C. H. Bogel 
BOSE (John) & DAHNKEN V-f^redertcA; Ex- 
change Liquor Saloon, NE cor Clay and Davis, 
dwl W s Taylor bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Bose John, hog ranch, S s El Dorado nr Nebraska 
Bose Richard, bouse and sign painter, dwl 235 

Sutter 
Bosquet Andrew, porter, A. P. Hotaling & Co. NE 

cor Sansom and Jackson 
BOSQUI EDWARD & CO. printers, book binders, 
and blank book manufacturers, 517 Clay and 514 
Com, dwl NE cor Greenwich and Dupont 
Bosqni Kenneth J. conductor. North Beacli & Mis- 
sion Railroad Co. dwl 334 Seventh 
Boeqni William, printer with Edward Bosqui & Co. 

517 Clay 
Bosselmann H. fireman, steamer Pacific 
Boston Copper Mining Co. office G26 Montgomery 
BOSTON LINE PACKETS, Glidden & Williams- 
Line, Meader, Loler &. Co. agents, 405 Front 
Boston Louis, handcartman, cor Pacific and Davis 
Boston Mary W. (widow) dwl 413 Stevenson 
BOSTON UNDERWRITERS, T. H. & J. S. Ba- 
con agents, office 308 Front 
Bostrom John, shoe making, 305 Davis 
Bostwick Henry, real estate, dwl 933 Sacramento 
BOSWELL (8. B.) &, SHATTUCK (D. D.) com- 
mission and provision dealers, 317 and 319 Front 
cor Commercial 
Boswell William, teamster with F. Glas, 25 Wash 
Bobworth Charles W. boot maker, 153 Third, dwl 

NE cor Harrison and Ritch 
Bosworth George F. compositor, American Flag 
Bosworth II. M. ( W. B. Frisbee tSf Co.) dwl 3 

Montgomery 
BOSWORTH ( William) &. RUSSELL (John B.) 
stock and exchange brokers, NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Merchant, dwl 14 Prospect Place 
Botcleveu Robert, laborer with Hey & Mevn 
Bothe Louis C. dwl SE cor California and Kearny 
Bothe Sophie Mrs. midwife, dwl SE cor California 

and Kearny 
Bothmaun Frederick, job wagon, cor Second and 

Market, dwl 9 Clara 
Bottcher Richard, liquor saloon, 641 Pacific 
Bottnayar, Hebert, vegetable garden nr Bay View 

Pa'rlj 
Botte C. T. attorney at law, office 19 Montgomery 
Block, dwl RusB House 



Bouchard Hyppolite, crockery and lamps, 1330 Du- 
pont 

Boucher Charles, laborer, dwl Bertha W s Beale 

BOUCHER EUGENE, merchant tailor, 537 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 228 Post bet Dupont and Stockton 

Boucher James, porter, 223 California, dwl S s Ste- 
venson bet Sixth and Seventh 

Boucher James S. workman with Casebolt &, Co. 
dwl Stevenson bet Sixth and Seventh 

Boudan Alcidi, laundry, 2111 Mason 

Boudin (Louis) &. Gleizes (Benjamin) French Ba- 
kery, 434 Green, rear 

Bouette Dominique, dwl 721 Pacific 

BoutK Ernest, waiter, 647 Com, dwl 626 California 

Bougart Michael, cartman, 639 Broadway 

Bougnmd Mine, dwl 1314 Dupont 

Boukofsky E. dwl 215 Minna 

Bouldoire Mdme. dwl 816 Montgomery 

Boulfoir Geodou, employ^. Metropolitan Restaurant, 
715 Montgomery 

Boulin Peter, carpenter, dwl 515 Green 

Boulon Etienne, svrup manufacturer, dwl 613 Union 

Bouquin Adele Miss, domestic, dwl 709 Commercial 

Bourasson Theodore, laundiyman with F. P.'Coset, 
Sixth bet Bryant and Brannan 

Boui-asso T. L. dwl 116 Sansom 

Bourdache Jean, dwl 206 Third 

Bourdais Miss, dress maker, 15 Second 

Bourek W. hostler, Omnibus R. R. Co 

Bourgade Clieri, wines and liquors, 247 Third 

Bourgeois Alexandre, carriage maker, 630 Broad- 
way 

Bourgoin Joseph, dwl S s Bush bet Buchanan and 
Webster 

Bourn William B. shipping merchant, 222 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 537 Third 

Bourne Elisha W. book keeper with Macondray & 
Co. dwl 428 Bryant 

BOURNE GEORGE M. water cure physician, 10 
Post, Masonic Temple 

Bourne John B. book keeper with Jones & Bendix- 
en, dwl W s Jones bet Filbert and Greenwich 

BOURQUIN CHARLES, dentist, office 426 Kear- 
ny, dwl NW cor Pacific and Dupont 

Bourquin Euiile, dwl 1507 Dupont 

Bourse Geo. R. (colored) steward, dwl 1507 Mason 

Boursier Edward, butcher with llypolite Dereins, 
2 Clay Street Market 

Bousfield'F. H. assayer with Hentsch & Berton, 
dwl 225 Second 

Boushey Stepiu, mining, dwl 310 Minna 

Bousquet Berraud, baker, 26 Third, dwl 209 Ste- 
venson 

Bonsquet Mme. dress maker, dwl 1216 Stockton 

Boutard Charles, laundry, 178 Jessie 

Boutelle C. B. aid, U. S. Coast Survey, office Cus- 
tom House, third floor 

Bouton Francis G. (Russell 4- B.) dwl .307 Sixth 

Bouton Wilmot Jliss, teacher private scliool, SE cor 
Green and Dupont, dwl 718 Green 

Bouvet Jules, laundry, N s Bush nr Broderick 

Bouwman Bernard, boot and shoe maker, dwl 137 
Jessie 

Bovee James S. machinist, dwl E s Taylor bet Fil- 
bert and Valparaiso 

BOVEE, f William H.) HALLETT, (George H.) 
BARTLETT fPUuy) & DALTON (F. E.) 
Contra Costa Laundry, office 13 Broadway, res 
Oakland 

Bovee William R. manager U. S. Restaurant, 509 
Clay 

Boven James, carpenter, dwl N s Broadway bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Bovyer William L. carpenter and builder, 417 Pine, 
dwl 1014 Pine 

Bow Edwin R. W. salesman, 309 Montgomery, dwl 

im Folsom 
Bow Frank, brass molder, dwl 33 Baldwin Court 
Bow Joseph, broker, dwl 522 Dupont 



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How Kate, domestic, 220 Stevenaon 

Bow Miirv (widow) dwl 731) Folsoin 

Hovaii Jonn, drayiuan, cor Ei^jlitli aud Brannan 

Bowcher James, cabinet maker with W. G. Weir, 

dwl 541 Mission 
Bowden diaries S. broker, dwl S 8 Geary bet Uu- 

I)ont and Stockton 
Bowden John, second officer steamer Orizaba, office 

N\V cor Battery and Pine 
Bowden John, drayman, dwl Folaom bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
Bowden Jolin, laborer, dwl Freelon nr Fourth 
Bowden Josepli, liuusc painter, dwl S s Filbert bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Bowden William, house painter, dwl S e Filbert 

bet Leavenworth and llyde 
Bowen Ada C. Miss, assistant, Denmau Grammar 

School, dwl SW cor Stockton and Jackson 
Bowen Archibald J. longshoreman, dwl NE cor 

Montgomery and Aha 
BOWEN 15U0THEUS (Charhx R. and Pardon 

M.J wholesale gi-oceries and liquors, 423 aud 

427 Battery, and retail SE cor Montgomery and 

California, dwl SE cor Sutter and Polk 
Bowen (Charles F.) & Hart (Felix L.J books and 

stationery and circulating library, 620 Market, 

dwl G08 Market 
Bowen Dennis, hostler, 641 Sacramento, dwl 10 St. 

Mary 
Bowen Elizabeth Miss, dwl W b Firet Avenue nr 

Sixteenth 
Bowen Ezekiel C. Coiner's Department, U. S. 

Branch Mint, dwl S s Vallejo nr Leavenworth 
Bowen George H. driver with Henry H. Edmunds 
Bowen Gustave, brass finisher with Morris Green- 
berg 
Bowen Hannah Miss, domestic, dwl 908 Jackson 
Bowen James, gardener, dwl E s Park Avenue bet 

Br^'ant and Harriaon 
Bowen James L. house carpenter, dwl 841 Vallejo 
Bowen James V. glass staiuer, 12 Fourth, clwl 222 

Stevenson 
Bowen John, gas fitter, dwl 4 Hartman Place 
Bowen Kate Miss, cap maker with Kalisher & 

Diamant, dwl E s Sixth bet Stevenson and 

Jessie 
Bowen Kate Miss, chambermaid, American Ex- 
change 
Bowen Maria, chambermaid, American Exchange 
Bowen Michael, laborer, dwl W s Mary Lane nr 

Bush 
Bowen Pardon M. (Bowen Bros. J dwl 726 Cali- 
fornia 
Bowen Patrick, hostler, dwl 121 Stevenson 
Bowen Eeuben W. book binder with Bartling &. 

Kimball, 505 Clay 
Bower John, farmer, S s Old Ocean House Road, 6 

miles from City Hall 
Bower John, porter with H. P. Wakelee, dwl 7 

Mary Lane 
Bowerman Daniel, sash and blind maker with Geo. 

Robinson & Co. dwl 13 Perry 
Bowers Alexander, dwl 74 Tehama 
Bowers Benjamin D. express wagon, cor Bush and 

Montgomery, dwl Clementina nr Third 
Bowei-8 Elisha P. furniture and bedding, 31 Third, 

dwl 267 Third • 

Bowers E. P. (E. L. Smith Sf Co.) dwl 197 Third 
Bowers George D. clerk, 131 Montgomery, dwl 

Clementina nr Third 
Bowers Jordan (colored) dwl 333 Sutter 
Bowers J. T. importer pianos, harmoniums, melo- 

deons, music, etc. 131 Montgomery, dwl 812 

California 
Bowers Kate, domestic, dwl N s Bryant bet Second 

and Stanly Place 
Bowers Michael, laborer, dwl 949 Folsom 
Bowers P. T. (widow) with Charles S. Eaton 
Bowers S. T. dwl 331 Bush 



BOWIE AUGUSTUS J. physician and surgeon, 
office 622 Clay, dwl NW comer Stockton and 
Sutter 
Bowie Henry P. dwl NW cor Stockton and Sutter 
Bowker Enoch C. tallv clerk, Pier 4 Stewart 
Bowlan James, with Oeorge Hughes, 501 Sansom 
Bowler Mary (widow) dwl 37 Stevenson 
Bowles George, carpenter, dwl tor Polk and Bay 
Bowles James, clerk, NE cor Leidesdoi-tf and Sac- 
ramento, dwl 8 B Bush bet Kearny and Dupont 
Bowles, see BoUes 

Bowley S. C. (Holt Sr B.J dwl 423 Bryant 
Bowley Susan (widow) boarding, 54 Third 
Bowlin W*. F. book keeper, dwl 54 First 
Bowman A. clerk, 27 Third, dwl 14 Hunt 
Bowman Alex. S. (Klaus ^ B.J dwl 730 Mission 
Bowman Arthur W. (Bigelow Sf B.J dwl NW cor 

McAllister and Steiner 
Bowman A. S. express wagon, 42 Third 
Bowman A. W. broker, dwl Lick House 
Bowman Bridget (widow) dwl S s Minna bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Bowman Caroline (widow) dwl 826 Mission 
Bowman C. C. merchant, office and dwl 728 Mont 
Bowman Charles, milkman, dwl Buckley Ranch, 

half mile SW of Lone Mountain Cemetery 
Bowman E. B. (col'd) dwl 521 Broadway 
Bowman E. P. dwl 8 Vassar Place 
Bowman Francis, carpenter, dwl NW cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 
Bowman George, gdder, dwl W b Hartman Place 

nr Lombard 
Bowman George F. dwl NW cor Steiner and Mc- 
Allister 
Bowman Gustave, seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 
Bowman J. engineer, dwl SW cor Louisiana and 

Sierra 
Bowman James, dwl Se Sacramento bet Powell and 

Mason 
BOWAIAN JAMES F. editor Dailjr Dramatic 

Chronicle, oflice 417 Clay, dwl 223 Minna 
Bowman James W. engineer, dwl SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
Bowman John, carpenter. Miners' Foundry, boards 

Revere House 
Bowman Peter E. boarding and inspector, C. H. 

dwl SW cor Broadway and Montgomery 
Bowman Thomas, engineer, dwl U. S. Court Build- 
ing, SW cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Bowman William Rev. secretary, St. Mary's Cathe- 
dral 
Bowman William F. milkman, E s Fourth near 

Brannan, dwl 446 Brannan 
Bowman William O. contractor, dwl NE cor Town- 
send and Crook 
Bowmaster Christian, grocer, dwl 20 Clementina 
Bowne William F. shipping merchant, dwl 418 Fre- 
mont 
Bowos John, blacksmith, dwl W s Salmon between 

Mason and Taylor 
Bowret Jules, laundry. Sixth nr Brannan 
Box James, carpenter, dwl E s Hyde bet Tyler and 

McAllister 
Boy George, dwl 14 Lewis Place 
Boyce James, dwl 442 Clementina 
Boyce John, molder, Union Foundry 
Boyce Samuel, with Thomas Boyce, 544 Washing- 
ton, dwl Benton House 
BOYCE THOMAS, advertising and newspaper 

agency, 544 Washington, dwl 526 Bryant 
Boyd (Alexander J & Davis (Jacob Z-J real estate, 

office 321 Front, dwl 235 Geary 
Boyd Anna Miss, furnished rooms, 11 Stockton 
Boyd Catharine (widow) lodgings, 325 Dupont 
Boyd Colin M. tally clerk, Pier 11 Stewart, dwl 719 

Market 
Boj'd E. T. waiter. Lick House 
Boyd George, foreman with William M. White, dwl 
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Boyd George W. captain ship Coquimbo, office 8 

Stewart Pier 1, dwl S a Columbia bet Dolores 

and Guerrero 
Boyd H. C. engineer, dwl Niantic Hotel 
Boyd James, laundry, Capp nr Howard 
Boyd James, machinist, Jlinera' Foundry, dwl 350 

Third 
BOYD JAMES T. attorney at law, office 8 Wells' 

Building, 605 Clay, dwl 240 Montgomery 
Boyd John, dwl S s (Jreen bet Taylor and Jones 
Boyd John, drayman, NW cor JacKson and Sansora, 

" dwl N B Willow Avenue bet Larkin and Polk 
BOYD (John D.) McAULIFFE (Florence T.) & 

CO. (Christian MerkleJ varnishers, polishers, 

and staiuers fancy woods, 412 Pine, dwl NE cor 

Fourth and Mission 
Boyd John M. carpenter, dwl 364 Minna 
Boyd Joseph, tinsmith, dwl Alta nr Sansom 
Boyd Joseph C. clerk, 218 Battery, dwl 142 Clara 
Boyd Michael, baker, 1412 Dupont 
Boyd Oliver 1). proprietor Empire State Restaurant 

426 and 42S Sansom, dwl 107 Sansom 
Boyd Theodore C. engraver and stationer, 300 Mont, 

dwl 713 Taylor 
Boyd Tliomas C. apprentice, Golden State Iron 

' Works, dwl SE cor Geary and Powell 
Boyd William, captain bark William H. Gawley, 

office Pier 1 Stewart 
Boyd William A. (R. S. Cutter S^ Co.) dwl 254 

Tehama 
Boyd W. M. Coiner's Dept. U. S. Bi-ancb Mint, dwl 

927 Pine 
Boye Bernard, laborer, dwl S 8 Cal bet Polk and 

Van Ness Avenue 
Boye Otto, boarding, 1819 Powell cor Greenwich 
Boyer Daniel, handcartman. Clay nr Drumm 
Boyer, Da\id, fruits, cor Commercial and East, dwl 

35 Sacramento 
Boyer Joseph, express wagon, dwl 1008 Dupont 
Boyer Michael, cartman, dwl 424 Pacilic 
Boyer William, shoe maker, dwl 32 Kuss, rear 
Boyes Charles, merchant tailor, 42 Sutter 
BoVhan John, carriage trimmer with Pollard & Car- 

■ vill, dwl 528 Bush 
Boylan Bridget Mrs. domestic, dwl 732 Vallejo 
Boylan Charles, fruit dealer, Washington Hose Co. 

No. 1 
Boylan James, laborer ,.dwl N s Fulton nr Octavia 
Boylan Michael, gas litter, San Francisco Gas Co 
Boylan Owen, laborer, dwl 140 Stewart 
Boylan Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Clementina bet 

' Fifth and Sixth 
Boyle Agnes F. Jlrs. dwl 124 Jessie 
Boyle Arthur, molder, dwl 57 Stevenson 
Boyle Bernard, dwl S s Cal bet Van Ness Avenue 

' and Polk 
Boyle Bernard, laborer with George D. Nagle 
Boyle Bridget Miss, laundry. Lick House 
Boyle Edward, furrier with Adolph Muller, dwl 111 

Turk, rear 
Boyle Edward, porter, 210 Cal, dwl 424 Tehama 
Boyle Ellen Miss, domestic, dwl 742 Pine 
Boyle Francis K. cigar maker, 705 Davis, dwl 713 

Sansom 
Boyle George, dwl 212 Harrison 
Boyle George S dentist, office and dwl 625 Clay 
Boyle James, hostler. North Beach & M. E. R. Co. 

dwl S s Perry bet Fourth and Fifth 
Boyle James, laborer, dwl 1020 Folsom 
Boyle James, laborer, dwl SE comer Brannan and 

Gilbert 
Boyle James, plasterer, dwl Bootz Hotel 
Boyle Jane (widow) dwl 219 Minna 
Boyle John (Fraser Sj- Co.) dwl 404 Geary 
Boyle John C gas fitter with J. H. O'Brien & Co. 

dwl 4 Hartman Place 
Boyle John F. professor, St. Marv's College 
Boyle Magloin, restaurant, NW cor Sansom and 

Merchant 



Boyle Mary (widow) dwl with A. Lawson, Ss Cali- 
fornia Avenue nr Folsom 
Boyle Mary E. Miss, saleswoman, 16 Second, dwl 

124 Jessie 
Boyle Michael, miner, bds Marysville Hotel, 414 

Pacific 
Boyle Patrick, caipenter, dwl S 8 Vallejo bet San- 

' som and Montgomery 
Bovle Patrick, farmer, dwl 525 Commercial 
Boyle Peter, laborer, bds NE cor Sixteenth and 

Howard 
Boyle Robert, musician, dwl 249 Jessie 
Boyle Terrence, laborer, dwl 11 Langton 
Boyle Thomas, coachman, dwl S s Chestnat bet 

Stockton and Powell • 

Boyle Thomas, ship joiner, dwl NE cor Bosh and 

Laguna 
Bovle Timothy, laborer, dwl 29 Main 
BOYLE W. a. dentist, office and dwl 625 Clay 
Boyle William, tailoring, 308 Sansom, dwl S 8 Fil- 
bert bet JIason and 'Taylor 
Boylen Bernard, laborer, Golden Age Floor Mills, 

" 717 Battery, dwl Pacific Temperance House 
Bovlen Charles, fruits, 1436 Stockton 
Bovlen Michael, gas fitter, dwl 12 Sutter 
Boylen William, tailor, dwl S s Filbert bet Mason 

' and Taylor 
Boyling Thomas, mariner, dwl 709 Greenwich 
Boyne Joseph, laborer, dwl Codman Place 
Boyne Thomas, wines and liquors, dwl 521 East 
Bovnton Abbott B. coachman with Frank M. Pixley 
BoyntonChas E. (Gebhard Sr B.) dwl 342 Brannan 
Bovnton C. W. civil engineer, office 240 Mont 
Boynton G. F. carpenter, dwl 812 Jackson 
Boyntou Samuel S. painter, dwl 68 Clementina 
Boyseu Charles, hatter, 316 Kearny 
Boysen Julius, hatter and straw presser, 514 Pine 
Boytiu T. conductor. Omnibus Railroad 
Bozane John, blacksmith. Fort Point 
Bozzer Emanuel, wood and coal, dwl 1420 Powell 
Bracelyn Bridget, domestic, NW cor Bryant and 

Grove Avenue 
Brack George A. confectionery, 1228 Stockton 
Brack Oswald, shoe making, b06 Post 
Bracken James, porter, dwf 18 Natoma 
Bracken John, nurse, City and County Hospital 
Bracken Lawrence, expressman, dwl W 8 Ritt«r 

nr Harrison 
Bracken Mary (widow) dwl 820 Jackson 
Bracken Peter, cook, dwl 18 Natoma 
Bracket! Charles A. blacksmith with D. Hewes & 

Co. dwl S s Harrison bet Seventh and Eighth 
Brackett J. George, flour packer, National Mills, 

dwl O'Farreir nr Jones 
Brackett John B. millwright, dwl 83 Everett 
Brackett Joseph G. with Nelson Pierce, 321 Front, 

dwl 508 OFarrell 
Brackett Joseph G. jr. packer, National Flouring 

Mills, dwl 508 O'Farrell 
Brackett William, dwl 115 Dupont 
Brackett (W. L.) & Keves (U. H.) Stewart Street 

Market, 50 Stewart,'dwl 34 Tehama 
Braconnier Louis, clerk, 1117 Dupont 
Bradbury George H. captain, Pacilic Mail Steam- 

S. Co. dwl 406 Bryant 
Bradbury Thomas, machinist, dwl with A. Guer- 

rera, N s Mission nr Eleventh 
Bradburj' William B. carpenter, dwl N s Bosh bet 

Polt and Van Ness Avenue 
Braddey Mary /widow) dwl 46 Jane 
Braddock Ann Mrs. wines and liquors, SE cor Davis 

and Jackson 
Braden Thomas, laborer vrith Hey & Meyn, dwl 

Eighteenth nr Florida 
Brader Ann (widow) dwl 740 Broadway 
Brader Christian, foreman with Henry Brader, 611 

Battery, dsvl 737 Broadway 
Brader Henrj', Excelsior Bottling Establishment, 

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Brader I^ouis, dwl 740 Broadway 
Brader Peter, dwl 740 Broadway 
Binidford C'harlet) II. Block aim exchange broker, 

009 Clay, dwl 8-^3 Mont>{oiiierv 
Bradford Edwin J. clerk, dwl S b 'fehama nr Fifth 
Bradford E. J. bar keeper, 621 Merchant, dwl S 8 

Teliaina nr Fifth 
Bradford O. waiter. Cosmopolitan ITotel 
Bradford Georj^e, bill poster, dwl Niantic Hotel 
Bradford George B. lumber, dwl 67 Tehama 
Bradford John F. seaman, dwl 10 Stewart 
Bradford Joseph, salesman with llawley &. Co. dwl 

65 Tehama 
Bradford ^^'oodbury, printer, dwl Winters Alley 

bet Union and ^reen 
Bradhower August, laborer. Bay Sugar Refinery, 

813 Battery 
Bradlee Stephen H. stair builder with B. H. Free- 
man «k Co. dwl N s Jessie bet Seventh and 

Eifrhth 
Bradlee Stephen H. jr. with D. R. Provost &, Co. 

dwl N 8 Jessie bet Seventh and Eighth 
Bradley Anna Miss, domestic, 431 Post 
Bradley Bernard, laborer, dwl SE cor Ninth and 

Mmna 
Bradley Bernard, painter, dwl 65 Natoma 
Bradley Charles, retortman, San Francisco Gas Co 
Bradley Charles L. clerk with Fulton G. Berry, dwl 

808 Jackson, rear 
Bradley Dame, news dealer, dwl SW cor Dupont 

and Broadway 
Bradley David H. salesman, 106 Battery, dwl 652 

Market 
Bradley Eliza Mrs. furnished rooms. 1014 Stockton 
Bradley Ellen Mies, domestic, dwl 837 California 
Bradley Ellen Miss, dress maker, dwl SE cor Ninth 

anil Minna 
Bradley George, carpenter, dwl 130 Second 
Bradlev George L. fC. H. Peters 4- Co.J dwl 920 

B«Bh 
BRADLEY HENRY W. importer photographic and 

ambrotype materials, 620 Clay fand Bradley 

4- Rulojson.) dwl 1112 Bush 
BRADLEY ^/fewry W.J & RULOFSOX (Wil- 
liam H.J photographic art gallery, 429 Mont- 
gomery cor Sacramento, dwl 1112 Bush 
Bradley Hugh, plasterer, dwl 812 Union 
Bradley James H. engineer C. S. N. Co. dwl 140 

Natoma 
Bradley John, painter dwl 13 Second 
Bi-adley John, waiter, dwl 13 Second 
Bradley Kate Miss, domestic with Mrs. W. H. Til- 

linghast, N s Folsom bet Eighth and Ninth 
Bradley Slargaret, laundry. Lick House 
Bradley Michael, gardener, dwl 43 Ecker 
Bradley Peter, laborer with John Center, NW cor 

Sixteenth and Folsom 
Bradley Richard (col'd) janitor S. F. Olympic Club 

Rooms, dwl 1004 Washington 
Bradlev Robert, plasterer, dwl SE cor Pacific and 

Polk 
Bradley Samuel, pattern maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl Quincy Place nr Pine 
Bradley Theodore, principal Boys' High School, 

dwl 1 Bagley Place 
Bradley Thomas, bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Bradley, Thomas W. fSatcin 4- B.J dvrl 605 Bdwy 
Bradley WilHam, miner, dwl 228 Commercial 
Bradley William O. inspector, C. H. dwl 603 Pine 
Bradshaw Edward, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Bradshaw George H. clerk, 416 Battery, dwl NE 

cor Post and Leavenworth 
Bradshaw Oliver L. machinist, dwl 619 Market 
Bradshaw Richard, blacksmith with M. P. Holmes, 

dwl 20 Jessie 
Bradshaw Samuel C. office 238 Montgomery, dwl 

NE cor Post and Leavenworth 
Bradshaw Samuel C. r. assayer, dwl NE cor Post 

and Leavenworth 



BRADSHAW (Turcll T.J &, CO. (Georffe F. 

BrnfTf^J wholesale arid retijil grocers, NE cor 

California and Saiisom, dwl 716 Stockton 
Bradshaw William R. book keeper with Dewey & 

Co. dwl HOG Mason 
BRADSTREET J. M. & SON (Commercial Agen- 
cy, New YorkJ W. W. West agent, ollice SE 

cor Montgomery and Sacramento 
Bradt Gurden G. policeman. City Hall, dwl MileB 

Place, N 8 Sacramento below Powell 
Bradt Joseph, stock broker, dwl 63 Minna 
Bradt S. S. clerk, dwl 1026 Montgomery 
Brady Anna Miss, domestic, 227 Geary 
Brady, Barney, gardener, dwl 926 Clay 
Brady Benjatnin, merchant, office 120 California, 

dwl 628 Vallejo 
Brady Bernard (O'Reilly Sf B.J dwl NW cor Mis- 
sion and Fifth 
Brady Catherine, domestic, 754 Mission 
Brady Daniel, butcher, SE cor Jessie and Fifth, 

dwl cor Sixth and Stevenson 
Brady Elizabeth, dwl 419 Stockton 
Brady Ellen Mrs. domestic, dwl 916 Stockton 
Brady Francis R. with Locke & Montague, dwl 

405 Kearny 
Brady Hannah, domestic, 611 Folsom 
Brady Henry J. mining secretary, dwl 612 Pine 
Brady James, cook, dwl 538 Market 
Brady James, gas fitter, S. F. Gas Co 
Brady James, Market Ex. Restaurant, 625J Mission 
Brady James, metal roofer with John Kehoe, 228 

Bush 
Brady James, stone cutter, dwl 12 Sutter 
Brady James G. printer, dwl 819 Jackson 
Brady Jane Miss, domestic, 411 Ellis 
Brady Johanna (widow) dwl 7 Brooks 
Brady John, boiler maker with Cottey & Risdon, 

dwl 349 Tehama 
Brady John, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl W 

s Ninth bet Folsom and Harrison 
Brady John, laborer, dwl 308 Pacific 
Brady John, laborer, dwl 160 Jessie 
Brady John, laborer, dwl SW cor Bush and Stock 
Brady John, waiter, Russ House 
Brady John B. draftsman, office 423 Washington 

room 4, dwl 511 Pine 
Brady John J. dwl 620 Third 
Bradv John T. clerk with Lanojley, Crowell & Co. 

Qwl SE cor Sansom and"W ashington 
Brady Mary Miss, dwl 249 Jessie 
Brady Mary Miss, domestic, 912 Washington 
Brady Mary Miss, domestic, 932 Bush 
Brady Mary O. domestic, 1109 Stockton 
Brady Matnew, seaman, dwl S s Grove bet Frank- 
lin and Gough 
Brady Mathew, steward, dwl 2.55 Beale 
Brady Michael, stone yard, office and dwl 1812 

Powell 
Brady Owen, hostler with William Black 
Brady Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Dolores bet Twen 

ty-Second and Twenty-Third 
Brady Patrick, metal roofer with H. G. & E. S 

Fiske, dwl 165 Tehama 
Brady Patrick, waiter, Lick House, dwl 631 Post 
Brady Patrick F. upholsterer with Goodwin & Co 

dwl 625 Bush 
Brady Philip, atfent Evening Bulletin S. F. & San 

Jose R. R. dwl Coso House 
Brady Philip, blacksmith. Union Foundry, dwl 349 

Tehama 
Brady Philip, laborer, dwl E s Gilbert nr Brannan 

rear 
Brady Philip, with Jones, Wooll & Sutherland 

dwl 249 Jessie 
Brady Robert, plumber, dwl 127 Fourth, rear 
Brady Robert D. workman, Pacific Glass Works 

awl cor Mariposa and Indiana 
Brady Rosa C. Miss, with Wheeler &. Wilson Sew 

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Brady Roeella Mi88, dwl 521 Pine 

Brady Thomas, dwl SE cor Mission and First 

Brady Thomas, brick layer, dwl 113 Tehama 

Brady Thomas, clerk with J. D. O'Callahan, dwl 
E 8 Jansen bet Greenwich and Lombard 

BEADY THOMAS A. editor and proprietor Moni- 
tor, office 622 Clay, dwl 619 Pine 

Brady William J. boiler maker, Union Foundry, dwl 
r06 Beale 

BRAGG GEORGE F. & CO. commission mer- 
chants, 111 California {and Bradshato JJ- Co. J 
dwl 822 Washington 

BRAGG H. W. & CO. fC. Walerhouse and J. \V. 
Lester) imnorters and dealers carriage and wa;^- 
on materials, 29 and 31 Battery, res Sacramento 

Bragg M. J. Miss, assistant. Fourth Street School, 
dwl W s Main bet Harrison and Folsom 

Bragg Robert, ship joiner, dwl W b Main bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Bnif.'gad()cia G. & S. M. Co. office 6 Mont Block 

Braghi Rinaldo, groceries and liquors, NE cor Bran- 
nan and Seventh 

Bralianev Thomas, waiter, SE cor Mission and First 

Brainard Henry C. express wagon, 624 Market, dwl 
623 Market 

Brainard Richard (Langler/, Crowell ^ Co.) dwl 
SW cor Second and Mnina 

Braley George A. fruits, dwl 501 Davis 

Bralley Patrick, hair dresser with Thomas C. Bon- 
neau, dwl 7 Rassette Place No. 3 

Bralley Patrick, peddler, dwl 221 Beale 

BRALY MARCIJS A. real estate, office 405 Front, 
dwl SE cor Gearjr and Hyde 

Brarabilla Elvira, artist, Italian Opera, dwl 726 Val- 
lejo 

Bramell Aaron, longshoreman, dwl E b Sansom bet 
Union and Filbert 

Bramson Henry A. machinist. Union Foundry, dwl 
Philadelplua Housfr 

Bramstone George, clerk with Cutting & Co 

Branch Ellen Mrs. domestic, dwl 775 Market 

Branch f William J & Colyer (Washington) Old 
Georgia Restaurant, 923 Kearny, dwl 1304 Pac 

Brand Anstide ( Saulnier Sf Co.) dwl 818 Bdwy 

Brand Ernest, cigars and tobacco, Cosmopohtan 
Hotel 

Brand Herman, manufacturer cigars, 408 Clay, dwl 
262 J Clementina 

Brand H. N. brass finisher, dwl 349 Bush 

Brand Isidor, cigar maker with E. Goslinsky, dwl 
710 Harrison nr Third 

Brand Jonas, jeweler with F. R. Reichel 

Brand Lncien, Custom House clerk with Koop- 
manschap & Co. dwl 818 Broadway 

Brand T. O. dwl E s Clinton bet Bryant and Bran- 
nan 

Brandel George, with Charles Schroth,230 Kearny, 
dwl 315 Bush 

Brandel Henry, laborer, dwl 315 Pine 

Brandenstein Herman, clerk with A. S. Rosenbaum 
& Co. dwl Mission bet Second and Third 

Brandenstein Joseph (A. S. Rosenbaum &■ Co.) dwl 
121 Eddy 

Brandenstein Meyer, butcher, dwl 109J Ellis 

Brauder Hermann T. clerk, SE cor Mission and 
Fourth 

Brander John S. groceries and liquors, SE cor Mis- 
sion and Fourth, dwl 107 Fourth 

Brander Morris (Jokitson Sg- B.) dwl NW cor Jones 
and Pacific 

Brandhofer Michael, merchant tailor, 628 Merchant 

Brandon James, bar tender with Jesse Richardson, 
dwl cor Front and Vallejo 

Brandon Joseph R. (Grey 4' ^-J attorney at law, 
office 522 Montgomery 

Brandon William, workman, S. F. &. P. Sugar Co. 
dwl SW cor Dora and Folsom 

BRANDRETH WILLIAM F. office with Rubber 
Clothing Co. 642 Sac, dwl Occidental Hotel 



Brands James, foreman molder, Fulton Foundry, 

dwl Tehama bet Second and Third 
Brandt Adolph, clerk, dwl 248 Fremont 
Brandt Alonzo B. gold beater, dwl 510 Sacramento 
Brandt Bernard L. house and sign painter, 322 Com- 
mercial, dwl 622 O'Farrell 
Brandt George E. sail maker, dwl 42 Stevenson 
Brandt John, cabinet maker with Goodwin &. Co. 

dwl Clinton bet Bryant and Brannan 
Brandt Louis (Liebling Sf B.) dwl Gautier's Home, 

N s Pacific nr Jlontgomery 
Brandt Louis, shoe maker, dwl 344 Third 
Brandt Otto, pro<^eries and liquors, 1040 Market 
BRANGER JEAN, Hotel de France, 821 Kearny, 

dwl 1000 Powell 
Brangon Richard M. (Hatch Sf B.) dwl 1006 Clay 
Branlin John H. cook, Empire House, S s Vallejo 

bet Front and Battery 
Bianu A. T. driver, dwl 537 Howard 
Branu C. H. F. teller with B. Davidson & Berri, 

dwl 809 Howard 
Brann Loring, furniture and job wagon, SW cor 

JIarket and Fourth, dwl corner Missouri and 

Mariposa 
Brann Robert C. sail maker with John Harding, dwl 

32 Clary 
Branuan Bridgett (widow) dwl 916 Montgomery 
Brannan Ellen Miss, cook, Protestant O. Asylum 
Brannan James, laborer, dwl 46 Louisa 
Brannan James, laborer, Spring Valley W. W 
Branuan James, upholsterer with Goodwin & Co. 

dw-1 13 Ohio cor Broadway 
Branuan J. F. carpenter, dwl St. Lawrence House 
Brannan John, boiler maker, dwl National House 
Branuan John, laborer, Fort Point 
Brannan John, laborer, dwl NW cor Vallejo and 

White 
Branuan John, peddler, dwl 547 Mission 
Branuan John, teamster, dwl S 8 Brannan bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Brannan Joseph, laborer with Hey & Meyif 
Branntin Julia Miss, domestic, Protestant Orphan 

Asylum 
Brannan Martin J. tanner with S. Bloom, dwl 606 

Third 
Brannan Mary Miss, domestic with D. Stein, S s Ful- 
ton nr Gough 
Brannan Marv F. (widow) dwl 690 Geary 
Brannan Micfiael, laborer, dwl 30 Fourth 
Branuan Patrick, teamster, foot Townsend, dwl 314 

Ritch 
Brannan Patrick, horse shoeing, cor Spring and Sum- 
mer, dwl 421 Tehama 
Brannan Patrick, salesman, 609 Sacramento, dwl 

Brooklyn Hotel 
Brannan Patrick T. (Newman Sr B.) dwl Potrero 
Brannan Richard, porter with Dell, Craiina & Co. 

dwl Vernon Houee 
Brannan Richard H. dwl 233 Fourth 
Brannan R. W. clerk, dwl cor Jackson and Dramm 
BRANNAN SAMUEL, real estate, office 420 Mont- 

gomerv, third floor, dwl 1319 Powell 
Brannan William, laborei- with Hey & Meyn 
Branschied William (G. Weber Sr Co.) dwl 820 Pac 
BRANSON (Ware) & BELL (John) sail makers 

S 8 Broadway bet Battery and Front, dwl 233 

Stevenson 
Brant George, sail mater, dwl N b Stevenson bet 

First and Second 
Brant John H. drayman, cor Clay and Drumm, dwl 

1091 Ellis 
Brant William P. policeman. City Hall, dwl E b 

Jones bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Brasche, George H. architect, dwl 129 Jessie 
Brascocci Mateo, fisherman, 10 Italian Fish Mai-ket 
Brash John, printer, dwl 217 Post 
Brass John, tinsmith with Tay, Brooks & Backus 
Brass J. H. book keeper. National Mills, dwl Ori- 
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nmiid Eticnnc, machinist, dwi 441 Bnsh, rear 
HrtuKT Aloys (Frederick He»$ Sf Co.) dwl 1234 

Stockton 
Brauer Claus W. la^roceries and liqnore, dwl NE cor 

Sansom and Pacilic 
Braun Charles, dwl St)'.* Howard 
Braiiu William, HCamun, hde 7 Washington 
BR A VERM AN (Loni») Si. LEVY rJoknJ impor- 
ters and retailers watches, jewelry, diamonds, 

silver ware, ()'-21 Washinjjton 
Bray Dennis E. Columbian hnffine Co. No. 11 
Bray Edward L. broom maker with L. Van Laak, 

dwl SE coi- MJHsion and Firet 
Biay Hinrv, with Miav fc Brother, dwl 759 Market 
IJray Frank, dwl 7.j'.» Market 
Bray John, book keeper with Bray & Brother, dwl 

917 Clay 
Bray John A. dry goods. Independence H. do L. 

Co. No. 3 
BRAY (John G.J & BROTHER fW. A. Bray) 

commission merchants, and agents Alviso aud 

Sail Jose Family Flour Mills, office N£ cor Clay 

and Front, res Santa Clara 
Bray Michael, shoe maker, 341 Third 
Bray W. A. (Bray Sf Brother) res San Antonio 
Brayton Albert P. jr. (Goddard ^ Co.) dwl 434 

Second 
Bravton C. E. clerk with Brooks & Rouleau, res 

"Oakhuid 
Brazeli James, salesman, 106 Sutter, dwl 11 Geary 
Brazer John (Larrabce ^ B.) dwi 95 Montgomery 

Block 
Breaden Thomas, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Breadham August, laborer, Bay Sugar Refinery, dwl 

813 Battery 
Breal Henry, upholsterer, dwl 416 Post 
Breaut Leon, tailor, dwl 418 Dupont 
Brechtel William F. house and sign painter, SW cor 

Post and Devisidero 
Brecken Henry, with Horace Davis & Co. 430 Pine 
Brede John, clerk, dwl 423 Washington 
Bredenbeck George, farmer, bds 7 Washington 
Bredhoft' (Charles) &. Cordes (John) liquors, SE 

cor Pacific and Drumm 
Bredhoff Charles (Martens Sf B.) 58 Washington 

Market 
Bredhoff (Henry) & Co. (John Gerveg) biUiard 

and liquor saloon, 423 East, dwl 1506 Powell 
Bree Hannah Miss, domestic, dwl 835 Howard 
Bree John, brass finisher, dwl 509 Howai-d 
Bree John H. apprentice, dwl 509 Howard 
Bree Thomas W. actor, dwl 509 Howard 
Breed Daniel C. (B. ^ Chase) dwl 1011 Bush 
BREED (Daniel N. and Daniel C.) &, CHASE 

(Andrew J.) wholesale groceries and provis- 
ions, 400 Battery cor Clay, dwl 1213 Powell 
Breed Edward A. dwl 1213 Powell 
Breed H. L. (Tilden 8f B.) dwl 1003 Stockton 
Breed James F. night clerk, Post Office, dwl 652 

Howard 
Breen John (T. F. Neagle Sr Co.) dwl 682 Post 
Breen Michael J. carrier Aloming Call, dwl N 8 

Mission bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Breen Patrick, waiter. Lick House 
Breen Thomas, machine and brass foundry, 120 

Fremont 
Breese Joseph C. with Snow & Co. dwl 226 Stev- 
enson 
Breevort House, Mrs. M. H. Yates proprietress, NW 

cor Mission and Fourth 
Breeze Thomas (Murphy, Grant Sf Co.) 401 and 

403 Sansom 
Breidenstein Emanuel, cook. Golden Gate Hotel 
Breidenstein L. manufacturer jewelry boxes, 650 

Washington, dwl 1209 Kearny 
Breig John,"soda maker, dwl 109 Jessie 
Breiling Brothers (Jacob and John) Franklin Meat 

Market, 335 Bush 
Breiling John (Breiling Bros.) dwl 407 Bush 



Breithaupht Felix, brewer, Broadway Brewery 

Breitwieser Charles W. bar keeper, 218 Clay, dwl 
106 First 

Bremen Anna Miss, domestic, dwl 1013 Pine 

BREMEN BOARD UNDERWRITERS, C. F. 
Mebius a^jent, office 223 Sacramento 

Bremen Wilhelmina Miss, dome(<tic, dwl 1415 Powell 

Bremer Frederick, with Erzgraber &. Goetjen, 120 
Davis 

Bremer Henry (Boklken ^ B.) dwl NW cor Har- 
rison and'Third 

Bremer Henry, driver. Brown's Bakery, dwl 1223 
Stockton 

Bremer Hermann (Schonfeld <5' B.) dwl 529 Pine 
nr Dupont 

Bremer William, teamster with Lyon & Co. dwl 
274 Jessie 

Bren William, clerk, dwl 10 Kearny 

Brendel Christman, agent National Brewery, dwl 
421 O'Farrell 

BRENIIAM C. J. commissioner deeds for all the 
States and Territories, office 205 Battery, dwl 
SW cor Howard and Sixteenth 

Brennan Annie Mrs. ladies' hair dresser, 705 Howard 

Brennan Catharine Miss, domestic, dwl NE cor Du- 
pont and Francisco 

Brennan Edward, porter with Taaffe &■ Co. dwl 
Santa Clara nr San Bruno Road 

Brennan (James) Sf Co. (John McHugh) produce 
commission and agents Santa Cruz steamer Sa- 
linas, 206 Clav, res Watsonville 

Brennan James (lirennan Sf Co.) 16 Third 

Brennan James, dwl 705 Howard 

Brennan James E. tailor, 223 Montgomery, dwl 
558 J Howard 

Brennan James F. bar keeper, 520 California 

Brennan John, laborer, dwl 29 Main 

Brennan John, salesman with Taaffe & Co. dwl 22 
Montgomery 

Brennan Martin, porter, 302 California, dwl with 
G. White W s Montgomery nr Vallejo 

Brennan Mary Miss, domestic, 108 Stockton 

Brennan Mic£ael T. contractor aud builder, dwl 11 
Ritch 

Brennan (Patrick) &, Co. (James Brennan) dry 
goods, 16 Third 

Brennan Richard, stone mason, dwl SE cor Mission 
and Lafayette Avenue 

Brennan Richard P. Rev. vice president St. Mary's 
College 

Brennan Thomas, carriage maker, dwl 30 Ecker 

Brennan Thomas P. (Newman Sf B.) dwl S s Mari- 
posa nr Jlississippi 

BRENNAN (Thomas IV.) & RYDER (George 
W.) Old California Exchange Saloon, NE cor 
Keaniy and Clay, dwl 112 Natoma 

Brennan William, bar keeper, 206 Leidesdorff 

Brenner Anthony (Brenner Bros.) dwl 401 Bush 

Brenner Brothere (George and Anthony) tailors, 
401 Bush 

Brenner Charles, musician, dwl 443 Bush 

Brenner William, dwl E s Brown's Alley 

Brenner William H. bar keeper with D. Droger, 
SE cor Filbert and Battery 

Brenning August, with John Howes, dwl 20 Ohio 
nr Broadway 

Brenning John, drayman with Osterhoudt & Har- 
loe, NW cor Washington and Davis 

Brereton James, collector, S. F. Gas Co. dwl 640 
Second 

Breslauer Baruch, cigars and tobacco, 314 Sansom, 
dwl 224 Jessie 

Breslauer Henry & Co. (Abraham B. Goldstein) 
dry goods, 50 Third, dwl 225 Jessie 

Breslauer Henry, importer and jobber dry and fan- 
cy goods, 3i0 California, dwl 225 Jessie 

Breslauer Nathan, clerk, 310 California, dwl 225 
Minna 

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Bresnehan Johanna Miss, domestic, 307 Taylor 
Bresnehen Stephen, laborer, dwl 246 Slinna 
Bresrasher C Solomon J & Co. f Frederick Weide- 

miillerj bakery, 1012 Divpont 
Bresse Louis, cook", dwl 20 Minna 
Brest at August, cook, dwl 404 Green 
Breth Patrick, laborer, bds 127 Pacific 
Brett John R. dwl Geary Place 
Bretzke Albert, clerk, Adjutant-General's Office, 

742 Washington, dwl 323 Dupont 
Breuer Charles, bedstead maker, dwl Davis bet 

Sacramento and Commercial 
Brew .John, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Brew Nathaniel, ship carpenter, dwl 27 Clara 
Brewer Catharine, bquors, SW cor Chambers and 

Front 
Brewer Frederick L. butcher with A. Elias, dwl 

538 Market 
Brewer Jacob, carpenter, dwl 962 Howard 
Brewer Henry W. carpenter, dwl 22.5 Minna 
BREWER JOHN H. attorney at law, office 40 

Montg-omery Block, res Oakland 
BREWER MICHAEL T. subscription books and 

engravings, 420 Montgomery, dwl 22 Langton 
Brewer William, bar keeper, Bella Union, dwl 12 

St. Charles 
Brewster Benjamin f Jennings <$• B.J dwl 112 Pow- 
ell 
Brewster Edward, ship carpenter, dwl 235 Beale 
Brewster J. B. calker, dwl W s Second bet Folsom 

and Howard 
Brewster (John) & Son (John Breicster jr.J house 

and sign painters, 237 Bush, and proprietor Sum- 
mer Street House, Summer ur Montgomery 
Brewster John, seaman, dwl 532 Commercial 
Brewster John jr. f Brewster ^ Soil) dwl Summer 

nr Montgomery 
BREWSTER ROBERT E. treasurer California 

State Telegraph Co. office 507 Montgomery, 

dwl 639 Clay 
Brewster William C. porter, 419 Clay, dwl What 

Cheer House 
Brewton J. C. lamplighter, dwl 816 Clay 
Brevfogle William O. carpenter with W. J. L. 

Moulton, dwl SW cor Twenty-Third and Bart- 

lett 
Brezzolara George, with Cutting & Co. dwl Filbert 

nr Dupont 
Briant Edward, secretary British Relief Society, 

dwl 634 Post 
Brice Alexander E. purifier, San Francisco Grae Co 
Brice James, dwl 31.^ Montgomery 
Brice William, bootcriraper, dwl 24 Dupont 
Bricket John B. fruits, 940 Market 
Brickie John, real estate, dwl 917 Clay 
Brickley James, carpenter, dwl S s Mission nr 

Center 
Brickley Samuel, dwl What Cheer House 
Bricknell William, miller, dwl 54 First 
Brickwedel Aaron D. groceries and liquors, SW 

cor First and Market 
BRICKWEDEL C. H. & CO. (F. H. HegelerJ 

Steamer Dining Saloon, 253 and 255 Stewart 
BRICKWEDEL HENRY & C. (Otto Kloppen- 

hurg) importers and jobbers wines and liquors, 

208 and 210 Front, dwl SE cor Franklin and 

Fulton 
Brickwedel Jacob, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Clay and Waveny Place 
Brickwedel John, liquor saloon, NE cor Post and 

Cemetery Avenue 
Brideson Catharine, domestic, dwl 1606 Larkin 
BRIDGE MATTHEW, mason contractor and build- 
er, office 319 Bush, dwl 683 Harrison 
Bridge Samuel J., U. S. appraiser, office C H 
Bridge Thomas, costumer, awl 26 Tehama 
BRIDGE WILLIAM E. proprietor Bkck Hawk 

Livery and Sale Stable, 317 Pine, dwl 224 

Montgomery 



Bridgeman John, teamster with Reynolds & Co. dwl 

417 Folsom bet First and Fremont 
Bridges George R. with S. P. Taylor &, Co. dwl 

Empire Lodgings 
Bridges Marshall C. hardware, dwl 826 Jackson 
Bridges Thomas L. naturalist, dwl W % Eleventh 

bet Market and Mission 
Bridgewood Samuel, engineer, dwl S e Lombard nr 

Kearny 
Briedling t. P. (widow) dwl 135 Post 
Briel August, butcher, dwl E s Ninth bet Bryant 

and Brannau 
Briel Jacob, butcher, dwl E s Ninth bet Bryant and 

Brannan 
Brier Columbus, principal, English Institute, SW 

cor Geary and Mason, dwl 122 Geary 
Brier John W. assistant teacher, English Institute, 

dwl 122 Geary 
Brigaerts Gerard, box maker with J. S. Gibba, dwl 

66 Jessie 
Brigandat Nicolas P. bookbinder with H. Payot, 640 

Washington 
Briggs B. F. ( Hnthaioay Sf Co.) dwl 312 Beale 
Briggs Charles F. brick layer, dwl 73 Fourth 
Briggs Edgar, salesman, 226 Front, dwl 128 Turk 
Briggs George M. milkman, dwl Bailey House 
Briggs G. N. pattern maker. Union Foundry 
Briggs H. H. carriage maker, dwl 559 Market 
Briggs Jesse, contractor, dwl 39 Second 
Briggs Joseph W. drayman, 417 Washington, dwl 

W s Haywood bet Folsom and Louisa 
Briggs Oliver F. assistant assessor, U. S. Int. Rev. 

NW cor Battery and Commercialj dwl 23 Clara 
Briggs O. W. Rev. dwl NW cor Mission aud Elev- 
enth 
Briggs W. H. molder, Vulcan Foundry, dwl 81 Na- 

toma 
Briggs William C. engraver with R. B. Gray & Co 
Briggs William R. broker, dwl 335 Pine 
Brigham C. O. (HaU Sf B.) dwl 844 Mission 
Brigliam James H. book keeper with Armstrong, 

Sheldon & Davis, 124 Market 
Brigham S. O. importer Paris fashions. 111 Mont, 

dwl 23 Kearny 
Brigham William H. (Crane Sf B ) res New York 
Bright John, cartman, dwl 231 Pacific 
Bright Robert, dwl 1217 Pacific 
Brignardello Gio. Battista, employ^, Brignardello, 

Macchiavello & Co. 706 Sansom 
Brignardello Nicola, clerk, 623 Pacific 
Brignardello Santiago & Bro. (StefaUo Brignar- 
dello) importers hardware and crockery, 623 

Pacific, dwl 703 Stockton 
BRI6NARDELL0,r Stefano) MACCHIAVELLO 

(Giovanni Battista) &. CO. (N. Larco) maca- 
roni and vermicelli manufacturers, 706 Sansom 

(and S. Brignardello 4" Bro.) res Italy 
Brika Francoe, workman with L. L. Lanthaieume, 

near St. Mary's College 
Brill Jacob, wood carver, dwl S s California bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Brimblecom Samuel A. poultry dealer, dwl 18 Park 

Avenue 
Brin Victor, porter with Chauche & Mai'tin, 608 

Front 
Brincatt Salvo, butcher with Wm. Dick & Co. dwl 

24 Freelon 
Brindle William, stone mason, dwl S s Filbert bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Brines Charles, gardener wtth J. O'Hara, dwl cor 

Twentieth and Harrison 
Brinkmann Charles, wood carver, dwl NW cor Mar- 
ket and Sansom 
Brinkmann John, blacksmith, dwl 631 Broadway 
Briuii Rose, domestic, dwl 618 Howard 
Brion Nicholas C. employ6. Occidental Restanrant, 

dwl SE cor Broadway and Dupont 
Briordy John, groceries and liquors. 60 First cor 

Lick Alley 



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Brionly John J. gne fitter with Thomas Ross, dwl 

N H Ciiliforuiii bet Stockton und Powell 
Briordy Muixaret MIkb, doiiiestio, 5'21 Sutter 
Briordy Piilriok, dark, 19 Wiwhington Market, dwl 

820 California 
Brisac Felix, broker, dwl NE cor Pine and Taylor 
BriNic V. Mnie. teacher modem langiiageH, Girls' 

High School, dwl NE cor Pine iinil Taylor 
Brisk Juliue, clothing, dwl 5 Juckaon 
BriBsacker Solomon (A. Patek Sf Co.) dwl 836 

Misition 
Briafer Andrew, laborer with D. W. Ruggles, 310 

Jiickfion, (iwl Macon bet Jackson and Pacific 
Bristol Harry, 3l'0 Montffoniery 
Bristol Hany, cooper with Handy & Neuman, 216 

Cotninercial 
Bristol Joseph D. attorney at law, dwl 970 Harrison 
BRITISH AND CALrbOUNIAN BANKING 

CO. limited, office I'Jl California 
BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARINE INSUR- 
ANCE CO. Liverpool, Falkner, Bell & Co. 

agents, office 430 California 
Britt John, house mover, dwl N s Willow Avenue 

ur Polk 
Britt William, seaman, dwl E s Maria nr Market 
Brittain William, blacksmith with Black &. Saul, 

dwl 10 Hunt 
BRIITAN J. W. & CO. (A. D. McDonald) im- 
porters and jobbers stoves and metals, 118 and 

1120 Front, res San Mateo 
Brittingham William E. clerk, 12 Second, dwl 540 

Mission 
Britton George, dwl 819 Montgomery 
Britton George W. book keeper with Goodwin & 

Co. dwl 1313 Tavlor 
BRITTON f Joseph) & CO. f Henry Steine^gcr) 

lithographers, 533 Commercial, awl S s Union 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Britton William F. boot black, dwl NW cor Wash- 
ington and Sansom 
Brizolaro Louis, laborer, dwl 425 Filbert 
Broad Charles C. butcher, dwl 1222 Bush 
Broad James, laborer, dwl E s Taylor, bet Chestnut 

and Lombard 
Broadway Block, Joseph Roster proprietor, NWcor 

Kearney and Broadway 
Broadway firewery, 637 Broadway 
Brocard kugene, cook, St. Francis Restaurant, dwl 

720 Dupont 
Brocas (John W.) & Perkins (Chas. C.) forwarding 

and commission merchants, 52 Clay and East 

Street Wharf, dwl International Hotel 
Brock Christian C. mariner, dwl 2 Hartnian Place 
Brock John C. captain bark Mary, 212 Clay 
Brockhage Fiederick, . clerk with C. V. "Gillespie 
BROCKLEBANK f Manuel T.) & CO. real estate 

agent, office 302 Montgomery, dwl 603 Pine 
Brock lebank 0. H. dwl 38 Belden block 
Brockman Charles, organist, dwl 29 Hunt 
Brocq Alfred, nursery, Bay View Park 
Brod Emanuel, cook U. S. Marine Hospital 
Brodek Bros. (R. G. Sf S. 5.^ clothing, 339 Kearny 
Brodek Gustave (Brodek Bros.) dwl 44 Everett 
Brodek Samuel (Brodek Bros.) dwl 44 Everett 
Brodek Samuel ( Saalburg Sf B.) dwl S 8 Stevenson 

bet Tliird and Fourth 
Broder Gillman, cook, dwl 729 Broadway 
Broder Patrick, cook Franklin House, SW cor 

Broadway and Sansom 
Broderick Annie Miss, dwl 283 Stevenson 
Broderick Catharine Miss, domestic, dwl 613 Stock 
Broderick David, shoe maker, 252 Stewart 
Broderick Edward, workman with J. M. Mitchell 
Broderick Ellen (widow) dwl 26 Everett 
Broderick John, works at S. F. «fe P. Sugar Co. dwl 

NTS'" cor Bryant and Pixrk Avenue 
Broderick Julia Miss, domestic, 503 Leavenworth 
Broderick Lizzie Miss, domestic, White House, San 

Jos6 Road 



Broderick Patrick, boiler maker with Coffey &. 

Riedon 
Broderick Patrick, hackman, dwl 5 Lafayette PI 
Broderick T. J. boots and shoes, 225 Montgomery, 

dwl 316 Minna 
Broderick Walton, laborer, dwl 414 Market 
BRODERICK WILLIAM, agent Singer Manu- 
facturing Co. 139 Montgomery, dwl ^2 Perry 
Brodersen J. B. mcht, off 611 Chiy, dwl 128 Post 
Brodie (James) & Radcliff (U. M.) mechanical 

draftsman, office 402 Mont, dwl 830^ Harrison 
Brodie Jaines, apprentice, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

830 5 Harrison. 
Brodie Samuel II. attorney at law, dwl 323 Pine 
BRODIE, (William) HUBBARD (Warren) &. 

McADAMS (Archy) proprietors California 

Foundry, 16 Fremont, dwl 84 Everett 
Brodie William jr. engineer, dwl 84 Everett 
Brodwolf George, merchant tailor, 319 Bush, dwl 

624 Mission 
Brodwolf Michael, tailor, dwl 319 Bush 
Brody Michael, butcher, dwl Grass Valley House 

E B Sixth nr Market 
Brogan Michael, baker, dwl 313 Fifth 
Brokamp Beiyamin, upholsterer with J. F. &. H. H. 

Schafer, 504 Sansom 
Brokaw Henry V. salesman with James Brokaw, 

dwl 561 Howard 
BROKAW^ JAMES, sash, door, blind, and molding 

manufacturer. Mechanics' Mill, SW cor Mission 

and Fremont, dwl 19 Belden Block 
BROKERS' BLOCK (Exchange Building) NW 

cor Montgomery and Washington 
Brokete Hinrich, employ^. Bay Sugar Refinery, 

dwl S 8 Union bet Battery and Sansom 
Brolly D. assistant engineer, P. M. S. S. Co 
Brolly^ John C. waiter, U. S. Restaurant, dwl Nian- 

tic Hotel 
Bromley Washington L. mining secretary, 436 Jack- 
son, dwl N 8 Union bet Hyde and Larkin 
Bromley AVilliam B. dwl 247 Tehama 
Bromley William P. pilot, dwl N s Riley nr Taylor 
Brommer Clans (D. Brommer 4- Bra.) dwl NE cor 

Sixth and Bryant 
Brommer Diedrich & Brother (Clans) groceries 

and liquors, NE cor Sixth and Bryant and milk 

ranch. Old San Jos6 Road, 5 miles fm City Hall 
Brommer Henry, with Croskey & Howard, dwl S s 

Hayes bet 6ongh and Octavia 
Brommer John, milkman with Brommer & Bro 
Bronn Jean F. proprietor Bronn's Hotel, SE cor 

Stockton and Filbert 
Bronn Theodore, assayer, dwl SE cor Stockton and 

Filbert 
Bronsdon Phineas, road master, S. F. & San Jos6 

R. R. dwl 17 Moss 
Bronson J. F. clerk. Lone Mountain Cemetery, dwl 

527 Pine 
BRONSTRUP WILLIAM, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor Folsom and Dora 
Broock Benjamin, scroll sawyer, Chace's Mills, 

dwl Beale Street House 
Brookbanks M. E. Mrs. milliner, dwl 633 Market 
Brooke Thomas, with Cutting & Co 
Brookes Samuel M. artist, 611 Clajr, dwl W s Old 

San Jos^ Road bet Twenty-Third and Twenty- 
Fourth 
Brooklyn Charles, fireman, dwl Davis Street House 
BROO'KLYN HOTEL, John KeUy, jr. proprietor, 

SE cor Pine and Sansom 
Brooklyn House, John Gately proprietor, 217 Bdwy 
Brooks Aaron, cotton planter, dwl 327 Jessie 
Brooks Benj. laborer, Empire Lodgings, 636 Com 
BROOKS (Benjamin S.) & WHITNEY (George 

E.) attorneys at law, office 10-12 Exchange 

Buildings, dwl 631 Harrison 
Brooks Celia Miss, domestic, 613 Post 
Brooks Charles E. box maker with Hobbs, Gilmore 

&. Co. dwl 66 Jessie 



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BROOKS CHARLES W. & CO. ( W. Frank Ladd 
and Edward F. Hall jr.) shippinpr and com- 
niission niercliants and agents Hawaiian Packet 
Line for Honolulu, office 511 Sansora, dwl 1109 
Stockton 

Brooks David, paper lianfcer, dwl 50 Stevenson 

Brooks Edmund (Reid Sf B.J dwl S s Filbert bet 
IMason and Taylor 

Brooks E. L. B. attorney at law, office 620 Wash- 
ington room 1(), dwl 1020 Montgomery 

Brooks Eliphalet C. carriage maker with Pollard & 
Carviil, dwl 719 Market 

Brooks Ezra L. carpenter, 763 Mission, dwl N 8 
Thirteenth bet Mission and "Valencia 

Brooks Frank, porter, 223 California, dwl 313 
Geary, rear 

Brooks George, builder, dwl cor Chestnut and 
Kearny 

Brooks H.'E. clerk with Bryant & Morrison, dwl 
603 Pine 

Brooks Henry, printer, dwl 27 Ritch 

Brook Henry, workman with W. Hall, Old San 
Jos6 Road nr county line 

Brooks Henry B. flVy, B. Sf Backus)) dwl 766 
Polsom 

Brooks Henry S. agent, dwl 1804 Montgomery 

BROOKS (James) & LAWRENCE (Joseph E.) 
editors and proprietors Golden Era, office 543 
Clay, dwl N s Turk bet Polk and Van Ness 
Avenue 

Brooks James, boot maker, dwl What Cheer House 

Brooks James, mate, steamer Amelia 

Brooks James H. miller, Golden Gate Mills, dwl 
Bootz's Hotel 

Brooks James M. carpenter, dwl NW cor Chatta- 
nosra and Twenty -Third 

BROOKS JOHN L. merchant tailor, 710 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 212 Post 

Brooks Joseph, driver with Cutting & Co. dwl 111 
Freelon 

Brooks Joseph, salesman, 408<Commercial 

Brooks L. B. mining, dwl Tehama House 

Brooks L. H. (colored) steward, 630 Commercial, 
dwl 1208 Powell 

Brooks Mary Miss, domestic, 130 Turk 

Biooks Mary (widow) dwl 30.") O'Farrell 

Brooks Nellie Miss, actress, Bella Union 

BROOKS NOAH, U. S. Naval Officer, office third 
floor Custom House, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Brooks Robert C. ship carpenter, dwl 176 Jessie 

Brooks Samuel, seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 

Brooks ( S. S.) &. Hughes f David B.) general con- 
tractors, dwl 804 Bush 

Brooks T. H. merchant, dwl International Hotel 

BROOKS THAUDEUS R. civil engineer, office 
14 City Hall third floor, dwl 704 Howard nr 
Third 

Brooks Theodore, teamster, dwl 210 Harrison 

Brooks Thomas, dwl 111 Freelon 

Brooks Thomas H. (Ncwhall, B. Sf Nettleton) dwl 
310 Jessie 

Brooks Timothy, seaman, steamer Pacific 

BROOKS W. H. stationery, book, and periodical 
depot, 51 Third 

BROOKS ( W. H. J.) & ROULEAU (Francois 
A.) searchers records, office 620 Washington 
rooms 1 and 2, dwl 729 Harrison 

Brooks William P. house carpenter, dwl 1524 Du- 
pont 

Brooks William S. steerage steward, steamer Colo- 
rado, dwl 208 Third 

Brooks W. N. dwl 43 Belden Block 

Broom Woolf, wool dealer, dwl 232 Sixth 

Broomcraft Salvo, marketnian, dwl 824 Hairison 

Brophy Michael (Leonard Sr B.) dwl N s Bush bet 
Van Ness Avenue and Franklin 

Broren John, porter, dwl 913 Dupont 

Bros George, hairdresser with Henderson & Brown, 
dwl cor Jane and Mission 



Bros Jacob, hair dresser with C. Diehl, dwl 317 

Dupont 
Brosnan J. D. waiter. Lick House 
Brotherson William, mariner, dwl Davis nr Wash- 
ington 
Brotherton Robert, carpenter, dwl S s Broadway 

bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Brotherton Thomas W. Rev. clergyman, St. John's 

Church, Mission Dolores, dwl W 8 Eleventh nr 

Market 
Brougham John (Lebert Sf B.) dwl 1902 Dupont 
Broughton Nap. L. broker, dwl Russ House 
Broust Augustus, laborer, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Browell Jeremiah, contractor, dwl 322 Lombard 
Brower Andrew J. saloon, 532 Green 
Brower Celsus, clerk. Commissary Musters' Office, 

dwl 609 J Howard 
Brower Daniel R. bakery, NE cor Vallejo and Stock 
Browman Joseph, waiter. Occidental Hotel 
Brown A. tinsmith, dwl 672 Harrison 
Brown A. B. watchman, Chelsea Laundry 
Brown A. C. Broderick Engine Co. No. 1 
Brown Adolph, with Horace Porter, dwl Kearny 

bet Pacihc and Broadway 
BROWN A. P. fancy goods, 308 Battery, dwl 1107 

Folsom 
Brown Albert, laborer, 546 Clay 
Brown Alexander, engineer, dwl 9 Ritch, rear 
BROWN ALEXANDER B. Billiard Hall, 328 

Montgomery, dwl 79 Stevenson House 
Brown Alexancler H. rigger, dwl Mont nr Bay 
Brown Andrew, laborer, dwl 140 Stewart 
Brown Andrew D. policeman, City Hall, dwl E s 

Mission bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Brown Anne Miss, domestic with I. N. Thome, W s 

Howard bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Brown Ann M. I. Miss, domestic, 1126 Folsom 
Brown Anne Mrs. Olj'mpia Saloon, 912 Kearny 
Brown Archibald, stoves and tinware, 214 Third 
Brown August, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Brown Augustus, machinist with Joseph Brown, 

dwl 134 Sutter 
Brown Benjamin, marker, Davis' Laundry, W b 

Harriet bet Howard and Folsom 
Brown Benjamin B. porter, Vallejo Street Bonded 

■* Warehouse, dwl 35 Louisa 
Brown Ben W. (Smith 4- B.) dwlEs Columbia nr 

Sixteenth 
Brown Beriah, editor, dwl 655 Washington 
Brown Bridget Mrs. fruits, dwl 57 Stevenson 
Brown Brown, carpenter, dwl E 8 Howard bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Brown Calvin, chief engineer. Camp Pilarcilos, 

Spring Valley W. W. Co 
Brown Carmine (widow) dwl W s Varennes nr 

Filbert 
Brown C. F. dentist, NE cor Third and Hunt, res 

Oakland 
Brown C. H. upholsterer with Goodwin & Co. dwl 

E 8 Larkin bet Union and Filbert 
Brown Charles, dwl W 8 Dolores bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Brown Charles, boiler maker, dwl 141 Shipley, rear 
Brown Charles, cabinet maker with J.'Peirce, bds 

Oriental House 
Brown Charles, carpenter, dwl 1207 Dupont 
Brown Charles, carpenter, dwl 134 Minna 
Brown Charles, cook, dwl 23 Hincklev 
Brown Charles, cook, International Hotel 
Brown Charles, express wagon, 34 Kearny 
Brown Charles, fruits, 624 Jackson 
Brown Charles, handcartman. Market nr Drumm 
Brown Charles, laborer, dwl 140 Stewart 
Brown Cliarles, mariner, dwt 32 Stewart 
Brown Cliarles, musician, dwl 545 California 
Brown Charles, seaman, steamer Orizaba 
Brown Charles, seaman, dwl S 8 Sacramento bet 

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Brown Charles, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Brown Cliarles, stoves and tinware, 34 and 36 

Kearny, dwl 342 Minna 
Brown Cliarles, waiter, steamer Orizaba 
Brown Charles F. (Eureka Soap Co. J office 206 

Sacramento, dwl 06 CleniiMitina 
Brown Charles F. fruits, 1218 Stockton 
Brown Charles II. teamster, dwl E s Larkin bet 

Union and Filbert 
Brown Charles M. boiler maker with CofTey & 

Risdon 
Brown Charles P. coffee stand, 517 East 
BROWN (Chapter) & WELLS {Asa R.J etair 

builders, 535 Market, dwl ')0 Tiiird 
Brown ChriHtian, boatman, dwl 317 Bryant 
Brown C. K. (widow) dwl 313 Mason 
Brown Daniel T. proprietor Brown's Bakery, 1223 

Stockton 
Brown Daniel H. wire-rope maker with A. S. Hal- 

lidie & Co 
Brown David (Benjamin Sj- B.) dwl 305 Kearny 
Brown David, teamster with Brocas & Perkins, 52 

Clay 
Brown David B. policeman, City Hall, dwl 913 

Greenwich 
Brown David L. pressman with Francis, Valentine 

&. Co. dwl 508 Dupont 
Brown Denton D. engineer, dwl 872 Mission 
BROWN EDGAR O. real estate agent, office 620 

Washington, room 13 
Brown Edmund (col'd) barber, dwl 15 Virginia PI 
Brown Edward, dwl N s Folsom nr Sixth 
Brown Edward, clerk, NW cor First and Natoma 
Brown Edward, clerk, dwl NE cor Sixth and Bryant 
Brown Edward, laborer. Fort Point 
Brown Edward (col'd) dwl 5 Park Avenue 
Brown Eliza Miss, domestic, dwl SE cor Lombard 

and Jones 
Brown E. J. Mrs. dress making, 528 California 
Brown Elizabeth, domestic, dwl 318 First 
Brown Ehzabeth A. (widow) dwl 832 A'allejo, rear 
Bi-own Emanuel, watchman, National Mills, dwl SE 

cor Market and Sansom 
Brown Eunna (widow) dwl 10 Stockton Place 
Brown Fannie Miss, dwl N s Mission bet Tenth and 

Eleventh 
Brown Fanuv Miss, actress, Olympic, dwl Amer- 
ican Exchange 
Brown Ferdinand, ship carpenter, bds 7 Wash 
Brown Frederick, dwl 135 Minna 
Brown Frederick, carpenter, dwl 23 Minna 
Brown Frederick, musician, dwl 5 Brown Alley 
Brown Frederick, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Brown Frederick A. carpenter, dwl 511 Mission 
Brown Frederick W. bar tender, dwl 528 Pac, rear 
Brown G. A. dwl 627 Commercial 
Brown George, dwl What Cheer House 
Brown George C. engraver, dwl 532 Commercial 
Brown George F. policeman, City Hall, dwl 1332 

Pacific 
BROWN GEORGE S. superintendent San Fran- 
cisco Olympic Club Rooms, dwl 603 Taylor 
Brown Geo.'W. draftsman with S C. Bugbee & Son 
Brown Gideon H. dentist, 137 Third 
BROWN GRAFTON T. lithographer, 543 Clay, 

dwl 727 Clay- 
Brown Hannah B. (widow) dwl 739 Green 
Brown Harry , actor, dwl Oriental Hotel 
BROWN HARVEY S. attorney at law and real 

estate, dwl 1309 Powell 
Brown Henry, with Pollard & Carvill, dwl Mission 

nr Jane 
Brown Henry, blacksmith, dwl 136 Fourth 
Brown Henry, printer, dwl 8 Jasper Place 
BROWN HENRY, proprietor Mariners' Home, 

306 Clark 
Brown Henry, steward, 424 Sacramento 
Brown Henry S. Cant, marine surveyor and pilot 
examiner, office 504 Battery, dwl 1106 Mont 



Brown H. J. express wagon, cor Mont and Merch 
Brown (Ireson C.) & Hussey (Albion C.) carjxjn- 

ters. Summer nr Montgomery, dwl W u Guer- 
rero bet Nineteenth anuTwentieth 
BROWN (Isaac W. W.J & BROWN (John B.J 

Brown's Market, 406 Folsom, dwl 318 Bcale 
Brown J. A. clerk, dwl Coso House 
Brown J. A. cook with George T. Parker 
Brown James, dwl NE cor Mission and Fourth 
Brown James, with Jas. Brokaw, dwl 330 Kearny 
Brown James, brass molder with Morris Grcenberg 
Brown James, cartman, cor Union and Battery 
Brown James, coal weigher, San Francisco Gas Co 
Brown James (col'd) livery stable, dwl 10 Scotland 
Brown James, drayman with James McDevitt, dwl 

NW cor Green and Batterv, rear 
Brown James, laborer, dwl 831" Greenwich 
Brown James, laborer, San Francisco Gas Co. dwl 

210 Minna 
Brown James, painter, dwl 305 Montgomery 
Brown James, rauchero, bds Cambridge House, 304 

Pacific 
Brown James, waiter, Railroad House 
Brown James A. drayman, 313 Front, dwl 9 Riley 
Brown James A. C. sergeant U. S. Marines, office 

and dwl 931 Kearny 
Brown James E. (col'd) Custom House Livery Sta- 
ble, 318 Broadway, dwl 10 Scotland 
Brown James P. with Eureka Soap Co. 207 Sac 
Brown James F. carpenter, dwl 8 Hardie Place 
Brown James H. brass molder, dwl 21 Jessie 
Brown James H. (cold) whitewaaher, dwl SW cor 

Jessie and Annie , 

Brown James L. book binder with Edward Bosqui 

& Co. dwl 322 Vallejo 
Brown James P. last manufacturer, dwl 114 Geary 
Brown James S. dwl N s Folsom nr Sixth 
Brown James S. dwl NE cor Sixth and Bryant 
Brown James W. (Sherman 4" £-J dwl NE cor 

Fourth and Mission 
Brown James W. carpenter, dwl 842 Clay 
Brown J. Anthony, cook. Bank Exch, dwl 528 Cal 
Brown J. D. liquor saloon, 112 First 
Brown Jeremiah (col'd) cook, dwl 819 Pacific 
Brown Jesse, contractor night work, office 115 

Kearny, dwl E s Gardner Alley nr Post 
Brown Jesse, fireman, bds 631 Davis 
Brown J. Newton, physician and professor Toland 

Medical College, office and dwl 46 Sutter 
Brown Johanna, domestic with C. H. Reynolds, 

dwl E 8 Larkin bet Washington and Jackson 
Brown John (Warwick Sf B.J dwl 207 Third 
Brown John, baker, dwl 1412 Dupont 
Brown John, bar keeper with J. N. Harris, dwl 

432 California 
Brown John, boatman, dwl 1816 Powell 
Brown John, boot maker, dwl 917 Sutter 
Brown John, captain schooner W. A. Fisher, Ca- 

duc's Line, foot Washington 
Brown John, carpenter, 208 Washington, dwl W 8 

Leidesdorff bet California and Sacramento 
Brown John, clerk, dwl 131 Tehama 
Brown John, cook, NW cor First and Minna 
Brown John, laborer, dwl E s Sansom bet Vallejo 

and Green 
Brown John, laborer with John G. North, Potrero 
Brown John, longshoreman, dwl N s Oregon near 

Front 
Brown John, milk ranch, nr S. F. Cordage Manuf 
Brown John, restaurant, 638 Pacific 
Brown John, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Brown John, ship carpenter, dwl 508 Howard 
Brown John, shoe matver with James H. Swain & 

Co. dwl 917 Sutter 
Brown John, waiter. What Cheer House Restaurant 
Brown John A. distiller with Justus Bepler 
Brown John B. (Brown Sf B.J dwl 318 Beale 
Brown John F. compositor with Dewey, Waters & 

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Brown John F. tinsmith with B. C. Austin, dwl 

NW cor First and Mission 
Brown (John H.J & Carroll (Henry) (col'd) white- 
washing, r08J Market, dwl cor Pac and Jones 
Brown John K. mate, steamer Josie McNear, res 

Pet«lunia 
Brown John M. carpenter, dwl 3 Aubnm 
Brown Jo8eph A. merchant, dwl 92 Everett 
Brown Joseph, dyer, S. F. Pioneer Woolen Mills 
Brown Joseph, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Brown Joseph M. carpenter, Jessie bet Fifth and 

Sixth, dwl 30 Ritch 
Brown (Julius) & Wagner (Samuel) toys and 

fancy goods, 134 Kearny 
Brown Justus, fireman, Sacramento steamer, dwl 

Crescent Engine Co. No. 10 
Brown J. W. captain ship Reviere, office Pier 10 

Stewart, dwl 13 Tehama 
Brown L. A. stock broker, office 706 Montgomery, 

dwl N 8 Clay bet Dupont and Stockton 
Brown Lewis M. carpenter, dwl N s Geary bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Brown Louis, Slice Bar Exchange, 204 Stewart 
Brown Lucy Jlrs. dwl 528 Folsom 
Brown Lucy Mrs. nnrse, dwl 68 Stevenson House 
Brown jM. A. Mrs. boarding, 321 Minna 
Brown Maggie Miss, domestic, dwl 607 Union 
Brown Maggie H. Mrs. laces, 24 Post 
Brown Marcus, teamster with James McDevitt, dwl 

W 8 Sansom bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Brown Margaret (widow) dwl S s Mission bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Brown Margaret (colored) lodgings, Godchaux's 

Building, NE cor Mission and Second 
Brown Martha A. (col'd, widow) dwl 907 Sac 
Brown Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 1215 Clay 
Brown Mary Miss, domestic with Jeffery Cullen 
Brown Mary (widow) dwl 115 Ellis 
Brown Mary R. (widow) dwl 285 Minna 
Brown Michael, hay and grain, 204 Washington, 

dwl N W cor Third and Tehama 
Brown Michael, laborer, dwl 138 Silver 
Brown Michael, machinist with Singer Manufactur- 
ing Co 
Brown M. L. (widow) Young Ladies' School, 962 

Howard 
Brown Morris, merchant, dwl 323 Jessie 
Brown Nelson, baker, steamer Pacific 
Brown Nelson, carpenter, dwl 116 Sansom 
Brown Nicholas, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. 

dwl 9 Lick Alley 
Brown Patrick, laborer, dwl Union Court 
Brown Peter, laborer, dwl W s Jansen bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 
Brown Peter N. baker, dwl 1221 Stockton . 
Brown Philip, boatman, dwl 629 Vallejo 
Brown Phillip, hair dresser, Alontgomery Baths, dwl 

Kearny above Union 
Brown Richard (Henderson ^- B.) dwl 564 Howard 
Brown Richard, laborer, dwl United States Hotel, 

706 Battery 
Brown Richard, laborer, bds with JoBeph Seale, dwl 

N s Turk nr Fillmore 
Brown Robert F. laborer, dwl Market bet Third 

and Fourth 
Brown Robert H. miller, dwl 117 Minna 
Brown Samuel, cook, International Hotel, dwl 24 

Post 
Brown Samuel A. washer, Davis Laundry, W s 

Harriet bet Howard and Folsom 
Brown Siimuel E. printer, foreman News Letter, 

dwl 1311 Stockton 
Brown Samuel J. cook. International Hotel 
Brown Sarah (widow, colored) dwl E s Lagoon 
Brown Sedley Mrs. actress, Metropolitan Theatre 
Brown Seth, carpenter, dwl SW cor Larkin and 

Turk 
Brown S. L. Miss, dwl S 8 Columbia bet Guerrero 

and Dolores 



Brown Stephen G. hair dressing saloon, Brooklyn 
Hotel 

Brown Sylvester B. drayman, 313 Front, dwl 9 
Riley 

Brown Theodore, proprietor Dresdener House, 337 
Bush 

Brown Thomas, clerk, 21 Washington Market, dwl 
Bitters' Hotel 

Brown Thomas, packer with Wangenheim, Stem- 
heim & Co. dwl 213 Jlission 

Brown Thomas, salesman with Treadwell & Co. 
dwl 607 Folsom 

Brown Thomas A. iron roolder, dwl 63 Clementina 

Brown W. deck hand, Cal. S. N. Co 

Brown Walter S. dwl E s Dupont nr Francisco 

Brown W. B. printer, dwl 62oJ Mission 

Brown (W. H.) «fc Avery (D. R.) fruit and vege- 
tables, 41 and 42 Wash Mkt, dwl 605 Howard 

Brown Willard B. compositor, Police Gazette, 424 
Battery 

Brown William, dwl E s Crook bet Brannan and 
Townsend 

Brown William, blacksmith, dwl U. S. Hotel, 706 
Battery 

Brown William, boarding, 152 Stewart 

Brown William, captain schooner Ann Sophia, dwl 
W s Main bet Folsom and Harrison 

Brown William, clerk, 60 Third 

Brown William, crockery and plated ware, 508 
Mai-ket 

Brown William, drayman with A. C. Hichborn, 325 
Front 

Brown William, driver. North Beach & M. R. R. 
Co. dwl 110 Shipley, rear 

Brown William, engineer, dwl W 8 Main bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

Brown William & Co. fancy goods, 106 Third, dwl 
243 Second 

Brown William, harness maker with Hyde & Mc- 
Clennen, dwl 127 St. Mark Place 

Brown William, laborer. Tiger Engine Co. No. 14 

Brown William, laborer, dwl SVV cor Louisiana 
and Sierra 

Brown William, pail maker, 24 California 

Brown William, ship carpenter, dwl E s Beale bet 
Market and Mission 

Brown William, stevedore, dwl NW cor Front and 
Broadway 

Brown William, tinsmith with A. Brown, dwl Mis- 
sion nr Anna 

Brown William, waiter, steamer Pacific 

Brown William H. (Swain ..^ £■) dwl 5 Kearny 

Brown William H. dwl 751 Clay 

Brown William H. (colored) boot black, 630 Kear- 
ny, dwl E 8 Dupont bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Brown William H. clerk with Treadwell & Co. 
dwl N B Fifteenth nr Howard 

BROWN WILLIAM H. contractor night work, 
office Rasette Place No. 3 nr Sutter 

Brown William H. merchant, dwl 1024 Stockton 

Brown William H. white washer, dwl SE cor Pa- 
cific and Kearny 

Brown William P. groceries and liquors, SE cor 
Clay and Dupont, dwl 1416 Powell 

Brown William P. porter, 412 Front, dwl 45 Louisa 

Brown William R. carriage builder. W 8 Grand Av- 
enue nr Jlission, dwl Ns Mission bet Tenth and 
Eleventh 

Brown W. P. policeman, City Hall, dwl 1416 Pow 

Brown W. T. architect, dwr660 Howard 

Browne John M. merchant, dwl 504 Second 

Browne Michael, dwl 173 Beale 

Browne Theodore, stevedore, Howard Engine Co. 
No. 3. 

Browne Thomas A. molder, dwl 63 Clementina 

Browne Thomas J. dwl N B Courtlandt Avenue nr 
North Avenue 

Bro>vnell Hiram, blacksmith, Phoenix Iron Works, 
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Browning Ann (widow) boarding, 13 Genry 
BROWNING (Au^uKtj &. McXAMARA nVil- 

Nam) silver platers, lockHmitlis, etc. 80() Wash- 

inj^ton, (iwl NE cor Jackson and Leavenworth 
BrowniiiK Jacob, drayman, cor Pine and Front, 

dwl 'MH fJeary 
Browning Jeremiah, drayman with Conroy & 

O'Connor, dwl 31 S Geary 
Browning f John J & Klein (Richard) wood, coal, 

and hay, tWO IJroadwav 
Browning '(WillifimJ & fCohlmoos (John) butter, 

cheese, etc, .'JOj Washington, dwl 771 Folsom 
Brownlee James L. dwl E s First Av nr Fifteenth 
Brownlee John, waiter. Empire State Restaurant 
Brownstone Isaac, merchant, dwl 513 Leavenworth 
Bruce Alexander, metal roofer with H. G. & E. S. 

Fiske, dwl Folsom nr Main, rear 
BRUCE DONALD, book and job printer, 534 Com- 
mercial 
Bruce Henry, laborer, dwl 170 Minna 
Bruce James, lather, dwl 14 Bay State Row 
Bruce James H. mariner, dwl 1:218 Jacksoa 
Bruce John, calker, dwl 54 First 
Bruce Lewis P. painter, dwl 922 Howard 
Bruce Mary E. domestic, 752 Folsom 
Bruce Richard, painter, dwl 329 Vallejo 
Bruce Robert C. book keeper with Agard, Foulkes 

& Co. dwl 804 Pine 
Bruce Thomas, laborer, dwl 56 Stewart 
Bruce William, dwl N s Page nr Octavia 
Bruder William ( Weinmami Sf B.J dwl 612 Pacific 
Brueck Herman Rev. pastor German M. E. Church, 

N s Folsom bet Fourth and Fifth, dwl rear of 

church 
Brneckner William, Reduction Works, 416 Market, 

dwl NE cor Jackson and Kearny 
Bruggemann Adolph, seaman, bds 7 Washington 
Bruggeniann Henry, cutter with I. Eisenberg, dwl 

542 Green 
Bruggemann Henry, roofer, dwl W a Folsom Ave- 
nue nr Folsom 
Bruggy Patrick, laborer, dwl E 8 Eighth bet Harri- 
son and Folsom 
Bruhl Mopes, importer diamonds, 623 Washington, 

dwl Occidental Hotel 
Bruhns William^ S. F. Dairy &l Milk Depot, 1209 

Dupont 
Brumagim Jacob, banker, dwl 1315 Mason 
BRUMAGIM JOHN W. public administrator and 

attorney at law, office 36 Montgomery Block, 

dwl 1019 Jackson 
Brumagim Mark, office 36 Montgomery Block, dwl 

1019 Jackson 
Bmmagim Patrick, hostler. Central R. R. Co. dwl 

W 8 Gilbert nr Brannan 
Bronaido Antonio, peddler, dwl 14 Merchant 
Brune Adolph, musician, dwl Harwood Alley 
Brune Aug. cigar maker, dwl 619 Pacific 
Brunei Gustave, porter, 308 Commercial 
Brunell Agatbe (widow) dwl Willows Pavilion, NE 

cor Valencia and Seventeenth 
Brunell C. S. (widow) dwl 19 Natoma 
Bruner Jacob, salesman, 19 Mont, dwl 428 Folsom 
Bruner William H. physician, office NE cor Market 

and Montgomery, dwl 518 Sutter 
Bruning JIartin, bar keeper, 324 Montgomery, dwl 

707 Mission 
Briinings Hermann & Co. (Clans Mangels) gi-o- 

ceries and liquors, SW cor Third and Mission 
Bmnjes Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 425 Bush 
Brunies Frederick, porter, 409 Clay, dwl 613 Pow 
BRUNJES HENRY, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Fourth and Harrison 
BRUNK (Daniel D.) & ROWLEY (Charles M.) 

attorneys at law, office 7 and 8 Armory Hall third 

flour, dwl 419 Stockton 
Brunn D. (widow) boarding, W22 Stockton 
Brunn T. O. salesman with Andrew Kohler, 424 

Sansom 



Brunner B. P. superintendent Citizen's Gas Works, 
dwl Co8ino|xjlitan Hotel 

Brunner I.«(iny F. printer, California Demokrat, 
dwl 1226 Stockton 

Brunner Louis, beer saloon, SW cor Montgomery 
and Summer, dwl SW cor Pacitic and .Siinsom' 

Brunning William (Miller 4- li.) dwl SW cor Jes- 
sie and Annie 

Brnns Antoine, with Pacific Distillery Co 

BRUNS CHRISTIAN, physician, office 434 Cali- 
fornia, and drugs and medicines, 429 California, 
dwl 1217 Mason 

Bruns Conrad, laborer, dwl SE cor Sixth and Mis- 
sion, up stairs 

Bruns (Frederic) Sc Bro. (George B runs) groQGiieR 
and liquors, SW cor Folsom and Spear and SE 
cor Sixteenth and Mission 

Bruns Frederick ( Scanlin Sf B.) dwl Mission near 
Sixteenth 

Bruns George (Bruns S;- Brother) dwl SE cor 
Mission and Fifteenth 

Bruns Henry (Pope ^ B.) dwl junction Filbert 
and Presidio Road 

Bruns Henry, groceries, SWcor Old San Jos^ Road 
and Thirtieth 

Bruns (Herman) Si. Co. (George H. Wilson) gro- 
ceries and liquors, 201 Commercial 

Bruns Hermann C. clerk, dwl W s Sumner near 
Howard 

Bruns Herminia Mrs. dress maker, 713 Folsom 

Bruns John D. furniture, dwl 840 Mission 

BRUNS NICHOLAS, groceries and liquors, 617 
Davis, dwl E s Guerrero bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 

Bruns Peter, capt. schooner Emily Howard, foot 
Market 

Brnns William, carpenter, dwl 713 Folsom 

Brunsen Martin, Martin's Exchange Saloon, 612 
Montgomery 

Brunt William "N. butcher, dwl W s Garden bet 
Harrison and Brj-ant 

Brunton Charles W. printer, dwl 308 Jessie 

Brush Albert, blacksmith, dwl 820 Post 

Brush Reuben G. book keeper with R. B. Swain & 
Co. dwl 535 Mission 

Brusneshen Margaret Miss, domestic, dwl 411 Du- 
pont 

Brusniban C. driver. Original House 

Bryan Bartholomew, works with Cornelius Cona- 
hao 

Bryan Bonnard, laborer, S. F. & San Jos^ R. R. 
dwl Cook nr cor Townsend and Third 

BRYAN BROTHERS ( William and Thomas Bry- 
an) wines and liquors, 322 and 324 Sansom • 

Bryan Charles H. with Louis Teese jr. dwl 13 Har- 
lan Place 

Bryan D. C. attorney at law, dwl E s Stock nr Clay 

Bryan Edwin H. coflector, dwl 430 Union 

Bryan Frank, clerk. Subsistence Department, Divi- 
sion of the Pacitic, office 418 California, dwl 
405 Powell 

Brj'an Frederick F. weighmaster, 313 Davis, dwl 
1715 Powell 

Bryan Henry, attorney at law, office 611 Clay 

Bryan John, watchman, steamer Princess 

Bryan John M. hquor saloon, 704 Howard, dwl 216 
Minna 

Bryan John M. photographic gallery, 611 Clay, dwl 
SE cor Howard and Thii-d 

Bryan Joseph, bar keeper, 230 Commercial 

Bryan Thomas (Bryan Bros.) dwl 320 Sansom 

Bryan William H. surveyor, dwl 509 Bush 

BRYAN WILLIAM J. house broker and real es- 
tate agent, 420 Montgomery, and drugs and 
medicines, SW cor Second and Mission, dwl 
NE cor Howard and Second 

Bryans Edward, porter, 106 Battery, dwl 249 Third 

Bryant A. H. conveyancer, office 528 Montgomery, 
dwl 226 Sansom 



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BRYANT rA. J.J & MORRISON fJohn C. jr.J 
■wholesale dealers wines, brandies, porter, etc. 
614 Front, dwl 916 Bush 
Bryant B. miner, bds Franklin Hotel, SE cor San- 

som and Pacific 
BRYANT fD. S.J & BEADLE rO.J produce 
commission merchants, 316 and 318 Davis, res 
Oakland 
Bryant E. G. phvsician, office 415 Montgomerv 
Bryant Fredericlj, clerk with E. G. Cook &. Co. 

dwl 124 Jessie 
Bryant George W. assistant assessor, U. S. Int. Rev. 

NW cor Battery and Com, dwl 616 Taylor 
Bryant James E. clerk with R. A. Swain & Co. dwl 

18 Clara 
Bryant (John J & Co. (Simon Straka7iand Benja- 
min McCachrenJ wood carvers and frame mak- 
ers, 313 Market, dwl SW cor Eighteenth and 
Howard 
Bryant John, dwl 115 First 
Bryant John, compositor. Flag Office, bds New 

Wisconsin Hotel, 411 Pacific 
Bryant Mahala M. Miss, private school, 272 Clem- 
entina, dwl 57 Clementina 
Bryant Margaret (widow) dwl N s Mission nr 

Ninth 
Bryant M. M. fruit dealer, 203 Third 
Bryant Otto, cabinet maker, dwl 178 Stevenson 
Bryant Richard, laborer with John Center, NWcor 

Sixteenth and Folson 
Bryant Robt. W. mining, dwl 425 Third 
Bryant Samuel (col'd) carnenter, dwl S s Green- 
wich bet Larkin and Polk 
Bryant Susan J. Mrs. dwl with I. N. Thome, W e 

Howard bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Bryant Thomas S. painter, dwl 152 Natonia 
Bryant W. D. driver, North Beach & M R. R. dwl 

133 Shipley 
BRYANT WILLIAM F. agent Pacific Mineral 
Co. office 2 Odd Fellows' Hall, 325 Montgom- 
ery, dwl Lick House 
Bryant William T. tailor, dwl NW cor Kearny and 

Broadway 
Bryant William W. assistant mailing clerk, Post 

Office, dwl 616 Taylor 
Bryden George, driver, dwl 711 Pacific 
Brydges Marshall C. stoves and tinware, 6 Sacra- 
mento, dwl Jackson ur Powell 
Brynes Charles, stevedore, dwl Vigilant Engine 

Honse No. 9 
Bryngelson Peter, pile driver, dwl 128 Clay 
Buch Jacob S. clerk, dwl SE cor Mont and Cal 
BUCHAN (P. G.J Si. WADE (JohnJ attorneys at 

law, office 537 Washington, dwl 947 Mission 
Buchanan Catherine (widow) dwl 318 Davis 
BUCHANAN HENRY, Thiid Ward Bui-ton-Ale 

House, 324 Commercial 
Buchanan James, laborer, dwl 412 Post, rear 
Buchanan John, carpenter, dwl 729 Union 
Buchanan John, grocer, dwl 571 Howard, rear 
Buchanan Mary Miss, dress maker, 243 Stevenson 
Buchard J. AL Rev. S.J. clergyman, St. Ignatius 

Church, S s Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Bucher Joseph, painter, dwl NW cor Kearny and 

Jackson 
BUCHHOLTZ (JohnJ & KOCK fClausJ pro- 
prietors New Atlantic Hotel, 619 Pacific 
Buchner Christian, lab, bds St. Louis Hotel, 11 Pac 
Buck Benjamin (col'd) cook, dwl 11 Scott 
Buck George, express wagon, SW cor Montgomery 

and Clay, dwl 314 Third 
Buck John (Ohland Sf Co.J dwl Brannan Street 

Bridge 
Buck John, workman, Albany Brewery 
Buck John S. assistant engineer, Pac. Mail S. S. Co 
Buck J. W. seaman, dwl 54 Sacramento 
Buck Warner, carpenter, dwl 208 O'Farrell 
Buck William, ship carpenter, bds Blue Anchor, 7 
Washington 



Buck , salesman with S. W. H. Ward tfc Son 

Buckelew Daniel, boot maker, dwl SW cor Dupont 

and Bi'oadway 
Buckelew Martha (widow) dwl E s Mason nr Green 
Buckelew Moses S. book keeper with Rountree & 

MciAIullin, dwl 42 Everett 
Bucken Lawrence, express ^agon, cor Third and 

Mission 
Buckeye G. & S. M. Co. office 436 Jackson 
Buckingham Aurelius A. pilot, 805 Front, dwl 717 

Bush 
Buckingham Charles E. insurance agent, 420 Mont 
Buckingham M. dwl What Cheer House 
Buckingham Thomas, with John G. Hein, 416 Bat 
Buckingham W. H. local policeman, dwl 120 Post < 
Buckland Sarah, matron Union College 
Buckler M. C. (widow) lodgings, 32 Natoma 
Buckley Bridget (widow) dwl 3 Hardie Place 
Buckley Charles P. watchman, Maguire's Opera 

House ' 
Buckley Christopher A. bar keeper, 612 Washing- 
ton, dwl N s Tehama bet Fifth and Sixth 
Buckley Daniel J. clerk, 521 Merchant, dwl 72 Te- 
hama 
Buckley David, clerk, 318 Clay, dwl 508 Mission 
Buckley Edmund, plasterer, dwl N s Bernard bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Buckley Edward, dwl 627 Commercial 
Buckley Edward, actor, Bella Union, dwl 9 Bdwy 
BUCKLEY EDWARD P. license collector City 
and Countv, office 7 City Hall first floor, dwl 
2006 Powell 
Buckley Francis, builder, W s Fifth bet Howard 
and Mission, dwl W s Devisidero bet Eddy and 
Turk 
Buckley Francis jr. dwl with F. Buckley, W s De- 
visidero bet Eddy and Turk 
Buckley Hannah, domestic, dwl 10 Silver 
Buckley James, brick yard and cabinet maker, N s 
Vallejo bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue, office 
528 Montgomery 
Buckley James A. bricklayer, dwl 1221 Pacific 
Buckley Jeremiah, milk ranch, N s Cliff House 

Road, four miles from Plaza 
Buckley Jeremiah J. porter, 223 California, dwl 429 

Fremont 
Buckley John, dwl 530 Tehama 
Buckley John, laborer, dwl NW cor Keamy and 

Broadway 
Buckley John P. (widow) dwl SW cor Jackson 

ana Taylor 
Buckley Julia Miss, domestic, dwl 1010 Bush 
Buckley Michael, clerk, dwl NW cor Folsom and 

Baldwin Court 
Buckley Michael, laborer, dwl 32 Webb 
Buckley Michael, machinist helper, Vulcan Iron 

Works 
Buckley Michael, porter with Rockwell, Coye & 

Co. dwl 38 Natoma 
Buckley Patrick, laborer, dwl 925 Broadway 
Buckley Patrick, laborer, dwl with Patnck Mc- 
An'tee, N s Mission bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Buckley Samuel, 115 Dupont, dwl 19 Dupont 
Buckley Susan Miss, domestic, SW cor Sixteenth 

and Clapp 
Buckley Thomas, laborer. Spring Valley W. W 
Buckley Timothy, proptr Burnet House, 32 Webb 
Buckley William, brick yard, dwl NE cor Polk and 

Green 
Bucklin E. P. (Mathewson ^ B.J dwl SW cor Fol- 
som and Fourth 
Buckman H. L. office Central American Transit Co. 

dwl American Exchange 
Buckman John, dwl NW cor Folsom and Eighth 
Buckman John A. clerk, office Central American 
Tiivnsit Co. NW cor Battery and Pine, dwl Oc- 
cidental Hotel 
Buckmar Mary Mrs. dwl SW cor Bdwy and Mont 
Buckmaster Dorcas, domestic, dwl Mission 



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Duckmastcr John, lather, dwl 12 Sutter 
Huekiiain CharlcH, clerk, dwl 522 Pino 
Hiickiian E/ra T. Htoves and tiu ware, 20 Stewart, 

dwl 30!) Fi-euiont 
Buckuer diaries, cabinet maker, dwl 105 Garden 

bet Sixth and Seventh 
Buckner Charles jr. cabinet maker, 719 Mission, 

dwl 105 Garden b«t Sixth and Seventh 
Buckner F. A. teacher oil painting, California Col- 
legiate Institute 
Buckner llenrv, driver, Philadelphia Brewery, dwl 

:;'()4 Second 
Buckner Williaui, cook, Central House, 814 Sansom 
Budd Charles P. stock broker, 707 Montgomery, 
, dwl GOUi Howard 
Budd Jaines, fireman, steamer Sacramento 
Budd J. H. attorney at law, office 625 Merchant, 

dwl 652 Howard 
Budd J. H. Mrs. furnished rooms, 652 Howard 
BUDD W. C. & CO. brokers (and member San 
Francisco Stock and Exchange Board) office 707 
Jlontgomery, dwl Lick House 
Budden Hugh, stone cutter, dwl Sierra Nevada 

Hotel, 528 Pacific 
Buddington Walter, pilot steamer Cornelia, dwl 

Vernon Place bet Mason and Taylor 
Buddie William, peddler, dwl cor Beale and Polsom 
Budke Hermann, carder, ^lissiou Woolen Mills 
Budloug J. B. carpenter, dwl 336 Bush 
Buehler Francis, wire worker, dwl 29 O'Farrell 
Buehler Jacob M. Rev. pastor German Lutheran 

Church, dwl 29 O'Farrell 
Buel Frederick Rev. depository California Bible So- 
ciety, 757 Market 
Buell II. T. dwl 84 Montgomery Block 
Buena Plata Consolidation M. Co. office 6 Montgom- 
ery Block 
BuenaVista Vinacultural Society, office 604 Clay 
Buerfind Hermann, farmer, San Miguel Ranch nr 

Ocean House Road 
Buerkner Charles, clerk with H. Hanssmann, 220 

Front 
Buerro Girolomo, cook. New World Restaurant, 

1013 Dupout 
Buetell Augustus, broker, dwl 630 Market 
Buetrosvich Filippo, 3 Washington Fish Market 
Buettner Hermann, principal private school, 918 Pa- 
cific, dwl N 8 Greenwich bet Dupont and Stock 
BufTandeau Emile B. collector, office o28 Clay 
BUFFINGTON J. M. secretary mining companies, 
office 7 and 10 Government House, 502 Wash- 
ington, dwl 137 Silver 
Buffington William, miner, dwl SE cor Sutter and 

Leavenworth 
Bufford Henry, laundryman, dwl E s Mission nr 

Thirtieth 
Bufford James L. painter, 217 Dupont, dwl 505 Sutter 
Bufford Samuel F. Bay City Laundry, dwl E s Sixth 

bet Bryant and Brannan 
BUFFUM A. C. physician and surgeon, office 652 

Market cor Kearny, bds Russ House 
BufTum J. W. collector, dwl 422Thii-d 
Buffum M. A. Miss, assistant. Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, dwl 932 Howard 
Buffum R. V. E. Mrs. embroidery goods, 422 Third 
Bugbee Charles L. fS. C. Bughee Sf Son) dwl 722 

Folsom 
Bugbee John S. attorney at law, office with Doyle 

& Barber, 605 Clay, dwl 20 Hawthorne 
BUGBEE S. C. & SON/^C. L. Bugbee) architects, 
74 and 75 Montgomery Block (and school direc- 
tor Tenth District) dwl 20 Hawthorne 
Bugbee Sumner W. clerk, 73 Montgomery Block, 

dwl 20 Hawthorne 
Buhl C. C. bds Brooklyn Hotel 
Buhler Auguste, clerk" with A. Gros, dwl 720 Wash 
Buhler John F. boot maker, 529 Jackson 
Buhler O. shoe maker, dwl 109 Pine 
Buhn Lena Miss, domestic, dwl 614 Jackson 



Buhre John H. clerk with Christoph Nobmann 
Buhsen Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 727 Davis 

and NW cor Pac and Davis, res Oakland Point 
Buia (Nicholas) &- Gliubetich (Michael J restaurant 

and liquors, 605 Davis 
Buislay Adolfo, gynniast, Wilson's Circus, dwlNW 

cor Turk and Taylor 
Buislay Augusto, gymnast, Wilson's Circus 
Buislay Esteban, gymnast, Wilson's Circus 
Buislay Grenet, gymnast, Wilson's Circus 
Buislay Joaquin, gymnast, Wilson's Circus 
Buislay Julio, gymnast, Wilson's Circus 
BUJAN ANTONIO, toll collector, San Bruno 

Road, 3 miles from City Hall 
Bulger Martin, engineer, dwl 15 Russ 
Bulger Raphael R. compositor. Evening Bulletin, 

dwl 10§ St. Mark Place 
Bulger Thomas, drayman, U. S. Appraiser's Store 
Bulger V. F. printer with Towne & Bacon, dwl 108 

St. Mark Place 
Bulger, see Bolger 
Bulkley Ichabod, clerk with C. A. Hooper &. Co. 

dwl S s Townsend bet Third and t'ourth 
Bulkley Milton (Sherwood, B. ^ Co.) dwl SW cor 

Third and Market 
BULL ALPHEUS, president Gould & Curry S. M. 

Co. office NE cor Montgomery and Jackson, 

dwl NE cor Leavenworth and Francisco 
Bull H. C. major U. S. A. paymaster, office 655 

Washington 
Bull Thomas, dwl American Exchange 
Bullard Deborah (widow) dwl 662 Howard 
Bullard Elizabeth A. Miss, domestic, dwl 1219 Clay 
Bullard James H. book keeper with O. T. Ames, 

dwl 518 Powell 
Bullard Mary E. Miss, nurse, dwl 1221 Clay 
Bullard (Matthew B.) & Battles (Winslow) petro- 
leum cooking stoves, 316 Montgomery, dwl 731 

Harrison 
Bullen Henry M. ship carpenter, dwl 76 Natoma 
BuUen Tupper, millwright, dwl W s Thirteenth 

nr Valencia 
Bullene Estelle M. Miss, assistant, Lincoln School, 

dwl 1024 Folsom 
Bulletti (C.) &, Co. (Ubaldo Selna) fruits. Pacific 

Fruit Maiket, dwl E s Dupont bet Lombard 

and Greenwich 
Bullian Christian, cook, dwl SE cor Filbert and 

Dupont 
Bullion John, laborer, bds Sacramento Hotel, 407 

Pacific 
BuUis Edward, with Standard Soap Co. 207 Com- 
mercial 
Bullivaut Herbert E. clerk with R. F. Osborn St, Co 
Bullock Alice (widow) dwl 105 William 
Bullock Frank D. salesman with J. R. Mead & Co. 

dwl 423 Sutter 
Bullock Marion, carpenter, dwl with Nelson Young 
Bulmer Frederick, cook, steamer Relief 
Bulson John, engineer. Empire Brewery, dwl 232 

Stevenson 
Bultmau August f William Bofer 4* Co.) dwl 1014 

Stockton 
Bumm George W. pressman with Edward Bosqui 

&. Co. dwl 20 Mason 
Bummer James K. drugs and medicines, NE cor 

Post and Mason 
Bunce William, book keeper with Hobbs, Gilmore 

& Co. dwl SE cor Sacramento and Leavenworth 
Bundy Burrell (colored) porter, dwl 1419 Mason 
Buudy Charles S. (colored) hair dresser with Wm. 

H. Blake, dwl 919 Broadway 
Bundy John H. (colored) hog ranch, NE cor Utah 

and Sixteenth 
Bundy Thomas, express wagon, NE cor Clay and 

Montgomery 
Bundy Thomas '(colored) hog ranch, NE cor Utah 

and Sixteenth 
Buneman Catherine (widow) dwl 28 Clara 



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Buneniann Charles, clerk with Schultz & Von Bar- 
geu, dwl 905 Larkiu 

Bunker Albert, butcher, dwl NW cor Boeh and 
Powell 

Bunker Frederick E. book keeper with Moore &. 
Co. dwl E 8 Hyde bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Bunker G. F. ship master, dwl S a DeBooni nr 
Second 

BUNKER HENRY S. «fc CO. Mexican shipping 
and Custom House Broker, office SE cor Bat- 
tery and Washington, dwl N s Mission opposite 
Twelfth 

Bunker Paul, foreman Howard Warehouse, dwl 
735 Union 

Bunker fR. F.J & Auradou f" Julius J pork packers, 
9 Clay Street Market, dwl 1505 Leavenworth 

Bunker S'. G. Miss, special primary assistant, Mar- 
ket Street School, dwl 1305 Stockton 

Bunker William, printer with Francis, Valentine & 
Co. dwl 52 Minna 

Bunn Lucy (widow) dwl filS Lombard 

Bunnell A. W. Mrs. adjuster, U. S. Branch Mint, 
dwl cor Sacramento and Franklin 

Bunnell E. F. dentist, office 611 Clay, dwl NW cor 
Sacramento and Franklin 

Bunnell George, dentist, dwl International Hotel 

Bunnell George W. principal, S. F. Latin School, 
dwl NW cor Sacramento and Franklin 

Bunnell N. dwl What Cheer House 

Bunner Ann (widow) preserved fruits, 727 Mission 

Buntielich II. milk wagon, Hayes Valley 

Bunting Joseph f Harvey M. Lockwood cf- Co.) dwl 
520 Folsom 

Buolen John, milkman with Edmund H. Knight 

Burbank Caleb, attorney at law, dwl S s Clay be- 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Burbank David, dentist, office 505 Montgomery, 
dwl 47 Frederick nr Second 

Burbank Eleazer A. upholsterer, 727 and 729 Mar- 
ket, dwl 221 Tehama 

Burbank Otto, comedian, Olympic Melodeon, dwl 
53 Minna 

Burbank Sheldon C. stone cutter, dwl Fort Point 

Burbege Lettie, cloak maker, dwl 22 Natoma 

Burch H. boatman, dwl cor Battery and Jackson 

Burch Frederick A. dwl 731 Clay 

Burckes Henry W. carpenter with A. A. Snyder, 
dwl 606 O'Farrell 

Burckes Samuel S. carpenter with A. A. Snyder, 
dwl 606 O'Farrell 

Burckhardt John, peddler, dwl 4 Milton Place 

Burckhardt (Max) & Klebs (AlcranderJ foreign 
and domestic wines and liquors, 634 Commer- 
cial, dwl 1311 Stockton 

Burckhardt, see Burkhardt 

Burdeau Antoine, dwl 58 Jessie 

BURDELL GALEN, dentist, office and dwl 625 
Ciay 

Bnrdell William, machinist, dwl 230 Fremont 

Burdet Peter, butcher, dwl N s Minna bet Eighth 
and Ninth 

Burdett William, dwl S s Washington nr Dupont 

Burdick Edward F. clerk with H. M. Newhall & 
Co. dwl II Hampton Place 

Burdick (Eugene B.J & Dooley (John) wholesale 
butchers, Brannan Street Biidge, dwl 418 Te- 
hama 

Burdick Francois, lodgings, 732 Pacific 

Burdick J. D. (Truman if Co.) res San Jos<S 

Burditt Henry W. captain, office 511 Sansom 

Burditt William W. (Coleman 4- £.) dwl Bee 
Hive Building 

Burdock Henry, pile driver with Galloway & Boo- 
bar 

Burfiend Chris (Wagner Sf i?.; dwl SE cor Cor- 
bett and Castro 

Burfiend Martin (Siebe Sf- Co.) dwl 1812 Mason 

Burge Ann (widow) dwl S s Freelon bet Third and 
Fourth 



Burgess Andrew, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 

Burgess Andrew, photographic operator with James 
Wise, 417 Montgomery 

Burgess Charles, photographic copyist, 727 Clay, 
dwl 1304 Taylor 

Burgess C. M. hostler. Cliff House 

Burgess George H. artist, studio 423 Montgomery, 
dwl 1304 Taylor 

Burgess Henry, cabinet maker, dwl 759 Folsom 

Burgess Hubert, teacher penmanship and drawing 
Public Schools, dwl 1304 Taylor 

Burgess William, cook, City and County Hospital 

Burgue George, vegetable garden, nr Bay View 
Park 

Burhans W. D. toll collector Bay Shore and Fort 
Point Road 

Burhans Willett S. pattern maker, Fulton Foundry, 
dwl 919 Market 

Burke Albert, dwl 1016 Stockton 

Burke Barbara (widow) dwl NE cor Jones and Fil- 
bert 

Burke Bridget (widow) dwl 307 Tehama 

Burke Catharine (widow) dwl W s Sansom bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich 

Burke Charles, boiler maker, dwl 66 Jessie 

Burke Daniel, dwl E s Nevada nr Folsom 

Burke David, laborer, dwl Union Court 

Burke Dennis, soda manufacturer, dwl 27 Valparaiso 

Burke Edwin R. mining stock, dwl 320 Minna 

Bm'ke Ethell)ert, deputy collector Custom House, 
dwl N s Turk bet Van Ness Av and Franklin 

Burke Francis, brass molder with R. F. Rocchiccoli, 
dwl 65 Natoma 

BURKE FRANCIS G. hides, wool, and furs, office 
220 Front, res Fruitvale 

Burke Gilbert, hostler, 16 Sutter, dwl Davis Street 
House 

Burke Hannan Miss, domestic, dwl 1022 Dupont 

Burke Henry, teamster, dwl W s Sansom bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo 

Burke Isaac, laborer, dwl S s Eddy bet Jones and 
Leavenworth 

Burke James, farmer, San Miguel Ranch, dwl N s 
Ocean House Road 

Burke James, laborer, dwl Clementina bet Second 
and Third 

Burke James, plasterer, dwl S s Harrison nr Sixth, 
rear 

Burke James, tailor, dwl 22 Lafayette Place 

Burke James, workman, Union Foundry, dwl N s 
Minna nr Eighth 

Burke J. C. bar keeper, dwl 33 Second 

Burke J. C. engineer S. P. Cotton Mills, dwl 118 
Ritch 

Burke John, with Reynolds, Howell & Ford, dwl 
E 8 Salmon nr Mason 

Burke John, foreman What Cheer Livery Stable, 
121 Jackson 

Burke John, hostler with J. F. Willson, 807 Mont 

Burke John, laborer, dwl E s Salmon bet Mason 
and Taylor 

Burke Johii, shoe maker with I. M. Wentworth & 
Co. dwl 5 Lick Alley 

Burke John, workman, Mt. St. Joseph, San Bruno 
Road 

Burke John J. dwl 32 Jane 

Burke Joseph, carpenter, dwl N 8 Minna bet Seventh 
and Eighth 

Burke Joseph, laborer, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Do- 
lores and Church 

Burke J. P. machinist. Miners' Foundry, dwl 671 
Howard 

Burke Julia Miss, domestic, 524 Sutter 

Burke Lewis, molder, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 418 
Green 

Burke M. & Brother ( William Burke) produce com- 
mission, 60 Clay, dwl NW cor Sixth and Bran- 
nan 

Burke Martin, lab with G. H. Peck, dwl 820 San 



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Uurkc Martin, laborer, dwl S s Beale bet Market 

and Misnion 
BUKKK MARTIN J. chief of police City and Coun- 
ty S. F. office 11 City Hull liret floor, dwl 'J30 
Clay 
Burke Xlury Miss, domestic with T. N. Cazneau, N a 

Thirteenth nr Howard 
Burke JIary Mies, domestic, dwl 807 Pacific 
Burke JIary (widow) dwl N 8 Olive Avenue nr Van 

Nei*8 Avenue 
Burke Michael, dwl 2 Lafayette Place 
Burke Michael, dwl W 8 Sixth N Brannan 
Burke Michael, cigar maker, dwl 150 Clara 
Burke Michael, cook, dwl 532 Commercial 
Burke Michael, laborer, dwl S a Brannan bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Burke Micliael P. with Stevens & Oliver, dwl 114 

Kearny 
Burke Nicholas, with Deeth &, Starr, dwl cor Du- 

pont and Francisco 
Burke Patrick, blacksmith helper, S. F. & San Jo86 

li. R. Co. dwl cor Twelfth and Folsom 
Burke P. J. machinist, dwl 313 Brvant 
Burke Richard, machinist, dwl S\Vcor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Burke Robert, boatman, bds City Fi-ont House, 625 

Davis 
Burke Soren, seaman, dwl 228 Commercial 
Burke Thomas, carpenter, dwl 517 Vallejo 
Burke Thomas, drayman, dwl First nr Mission 
Burke Thomas, finisher. Excelsior Iron Works, dwl 

127 Shipley 
Burke Thomas, hostler, 257 Clementina 
Burke Thomas, machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 64 

First 
Burke Thomas, painter, dwl E a Park Avenue bet 

Bryant and Harrison 
Burke Thomas L. workman with John Downes 

Wilson, E 8 Mission bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 
Burke Vincent, hostler, dwl Davis Street House 
Burke Walter, workman, S. F. & Pacific Sugai- 

Co. dwl E a Nevada bet Folsom and Harrison 
Burke William, dwl W s Sixth nr Brannan 
Burke William fM. Burke ^ Bro.J dwl NW cor 

Sixth and Brannan 
Burke William, driver, dwl W 8 Battery bet Vallejo 

and Green 
Burke William, hostler. Omnibus R. R. Co. dwl 124 

Shipley, rear 
Burke William, laborer, dwl 213 Tehama 
Burke William, molder, Vulcan Ii-on Works, dwl 

418 Green 
Burke William A pattern maker, dwl S s Clay bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
BURKE WILLIAM F. importer and retailer boots 

and shoes, NW cor Montgomery and Pine, dwl 

1006 Clay 
Burkhardt Adolph, cutler with Michael Price, 110 

Montgomery 
Burkhardt Alvin, brass finisher, dwl S s Vallejo bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Burkhardt Christian, butcher with Wm. K. Dietrich 
Burkhardt Christian, Union Bakery, 1516 Stockton 
Burkhardt Frederick, carpenter, dwl 209 Pacific 
Burkhardt (George) &, Faas { Williamj liquor sa- 
loon, 1214 Stockton, dwl 209 Pacific 
Burkhardt George, shoe maker, 323 Bush, dwl W s 

Sixth bet Harrison and Bryant 
Burkhardt George, watches and jewelry, 209 Pacific 
Burkhardt John G. driver. Union Bakery, dwl 1516 

Stockton 
Burkhardt R. apprentice, Vulcan Iron Works 
Burkhardt, see Burckhardt 
Burkhead William N. compositor. Evening Bulletin, 

dwl 815 Stockton 
Burks Charles I. carpenter, dwl 29 Second 
Burley John, carpenter, dwl NE cor Pacific and 

Kearny 



BURLING WILLIAM, broker, office NW corner 

Montgomery and Washington, dwl 318 Jessie 
Burlingunie Charles 8. laborer, dwl Point Lobos 

Road nr \Amo Mountain Cemetery 
Burnieister Allerich, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

California and Leavenworth 
Burmeister C. H. groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Beale and Mission 
Bunneiwter Christian, groceries and liquors, 31 Main, 

dwl cor Beale and Mission 
Burnieister Claus, merchant tailor, 402 Brannan 
Burmeister Francis H. carpenter, dwl Cincinnati 

Brewery, Valencia nr Sixteenth 
Burmeister Henry, steward, Zeile'a Vapor Baths, 

517 Pacific 
Burmeister Henry, workman with Adam Wagner 
Burmeister, see Buhrineister 
Burnap John, commission merchant and wholesale 

and retail grocer, 425 Davis, dwl NE cor Lar- 

kin and Green 
Burnett Frederick A. steward Old Comer, 516 Mont 
BURNETT G. G. drugs and medicines, 330 Mont 
Burnett George W. butcher, dwl SE cor Polk and 

Washington 
Burnett Henry A. lieut. Second Cav. C. V. office 

N 8 AVash bet Bat and Sansom, dwl 5 Fourth 
Burnett John M. mining secretary, office 605 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 1205 Sacramento 
Burnett M." dwl 273 Minna 
Burnett M. J. (widow) dwl 410 Bush 
Burnett Peter H. president Pacific Bank, office NE 

cor Montgomery and California, dwl 615 Post 
BURNETT W. C. attoraey at law, office 21 Court 

Block 636 Clay, dwl 704 Sutter 
Burnett William, supervising inspector steamboats 

Pacific Coast, office third floor Custom House 
Burnham Andrew W. carriage maker, 321 Pine, 

dwl 539 Market 
BURNHAM OILMAN M. merchant, office 509 

Clay, dwl 12 Hawthorne 
Burnham James W. clerk with McElwee & Acker- 
man, dwl 526 O'Farrell 
Burnham Oscar, engineer, dwl 627 Commercial 
Buinham William F. upholsterer with H. J. M. 

Troutt, dwl cor Steiner and Tyler 
Burning Moscow G. &. S. M. Co. office 620 Wash 
Burningham Margaret Miss, domestic, dwl 1815 

Stockton 
Bums A. M. captain stm Orizaba, C- S. N. Co. office 

NE cor Front and Jackson, dwl 915 Powell 
Burns Annie, cook, dwl 318 Jessie 
Burns Bernard, cartman, cor Geary and Keamy 
Bums Bernard, stone cutter, dwl 89 Everett 
Burns Bridget Miss, domestic, dwl 512 Stockton 
Bums Bryan, laborer, Alcati-aces, dwl W s Sansom 

bet Green and Union 
Bums Catherine Miss, dreee maker, dwl NE cor 

Montgomery and Pacific 
Bums Christopher, machinist, dwl 277 Minna 
Burns Daniel, painter, dwl 12 Sutter 
Burns Delia, domestic, dwl 318 Jessie 
Burns Edmund, laborer, dwl N s Mission nr Seventh 
Burns Edward, express wagon, cor Pacific and Da- 
vis, dwl 207 Pacific 
Burns Eliza Miss, dress maker, 31 Everett 
Burns Ellen, domestic, 234 Sixth 
Burns F. J. captain bark Architect, office Pier 10 

Stewart 
Burns Francis, sailor, dwl Minna Place 
Burns Frank, dwl E s Beale bet Mission and Mkt 
Burns Hannah Miss, domestic, 730 Bush 
Bums H. J. stencil plate cutter. What Cheer House, 

dwl 9 Dupont 
Burns Hugh, dwl SW cor Folsom and Eleventh 
Burns Isidor, shipsmith, 33 Market, dwl 921 Bush 
Bums James, apprentice with Thomas O'Malley, 

646 Market 
Bums James, driver with DeVries & Chase, dwl 

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Burns Jamee, gas fitter, dwl NW cor Jessie and 

Anna 
Bums James, laborer, dwl N b Sixteenth bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores 
Burns James, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Burns James, laborer, dwl Sixteenth n'r Guerrero 
Burns James, stone cutter, dwl 331 Bush 
Burns James, waslier, Davis' Laundry, W s Harriet 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Burns John, dwl with Michael Burns, Castro nr 

Thirteenth 
Burns John, baker, dwl 9 St. Mary 
Burns John, boatman, bds City Front House, 625 

Davis 
Burns John, fireman. Pacific Glass Works, dwl S s 

Mariposa nr Mississippi 
Burns John, laborer with Edw'd J. Quirk 
Bnrus John, porter, dwl 5 Sonoma Place 
Burns John, porter. International Hotel 
Burns John JHeury, seaman, stni Orizaba 
Burns John, steward, Seymour House, 24 Sansom 
Bums John, teazer. Pacific Glass Works 
Burns John C. carpenter, dwl 108 Sutter 
Burns John W. laborer, Golden Age Flour Milb, 

dwl E 8 Sanson! bet Filbert and Gieen 
Bums John H. saloon keeper, dwl 807 Jackson 
Burns Maggie Miss, domestic, 628 Sutter 
Burns Margaret, domestic, dwl W s Mont nr Union 
Burns Martin, laborer, dwl 110 William, rear 
Burns Martin J. carpenter, dwl NE cor Polk and 

Jackson 
Burns ^lary Miss, chambermaid, Russ House 
Burns Mary Ann Miss, domestic, dwl 820 Pine 
Burns Michael, cooper with Lyon &. Co. dwl E s 

Sixth bet Howard and Tehama 
Burns Michael, gardener, dwl W s Castro bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth 
Burns Michael, laborer, dwl S 8 Market bet Ninth 

and Tenth 
Bums Michael, porter International Hotel 
Burns Patrick, blacksmith with Gallagher &. Ro- 

decker, dwl 22 Geary; 
Bums Patrick, blacksmith, 12 Geary, dwl 675 

Mission 
Burns Patrick, hostler with P. Benis, dwl 214 Stev- 
enson 
Burns Patrick, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Bums Patrick, laborer, dwl 20 Rousch, rear 
Burns Patrick, steward. Lick House, dwl 242 Min- 
na, rear 
Burns Patrick, steward, steamer Relief 
Burns Peter, coachman, Brooklyn Hotel, dwl 126 

Bush 
Bums Peter, helper, Union Foundry, dwl 243 Te- 
hama 
Burns Peter, laborer, dwl 509 Howard 
Burns Robert, dwl 517 Pine 

Burns Robert, steward. What Cheer House Restau- 
rant, dwl 119 Pine 
Bums Sarah A. nurse, dwl 319 Minna 
Bums T. laborer. Spring Valley W. W 
Burns Thomas, boatman, dwl 617 Davis 
Burns Thomas, cartman, dwl 1029 Pacific 
Burns Thomas, foundryman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Burns Thomas, laborer, dwl 45 Stevenson 
Bums Thomas, teamster, dwl U. S. Hotel, 706 Bat- 
tery 
Bums Thomas H. machinist, dwl 240 Sixth 
Burns Timothy, waiter. Lick House 
Burns William, laborer. Spring Valley W. W 
Burns William, laborer, dwl 106J Clay 
Bums William, longshoreman, dwl S s Greenwich 

bet JHontgomery and Sansom 
Burns William, teamster with James McDevitt, dwl 

W s Sansom bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Burns, see Byrnes 

Buraside S. AI. Co. ofSce 436 Jackson 
Burnstadt Harris, laborer, dwl SW cor Union and 
Powell 



Burastine Joseph, furniture, 834 and 838 Market, 

dwl 37 O'Farrell 
Buron Louis, lanndryman with Parfait Lemaitre 
Burr Amos, brakeman, S. F. &. San Jose R. R. res 

San Jo86 
Burr Clarence C. clerk, dwl with E. Willard Burr 
Burr Edmund C. dwl with E. Willard Bun- 
Burr Ellen Miss, domestic, dwl 1526 Powell 
BURR E. WILLARD, president Savings and Loan 
Society, oflice 619 Clay, dwi S s Filbert bet 
Polk and Van Xess Avenue 
Burr George W. molder, Fulton Foundry, dwl Polk 

bet Eddy and Ellis 
Burr H. P. captain ship John Jay, dwl 17 Perry 
Burr Levi, liquor saloon, Bay bet Kearny and Du- 

pont 
Burr M. George, carpenter, dwl 150 Third 
Bun- William, Dorter, SE cor Clay and Davis 
BuiTcU John M.flV. F. Wilmot c^- Co.) 315 Battery 
Burrill C, U. S. special examiner drugs, otfice Cus- 
tom House, dwl S s Geary above Stockton 
Burrill, see Birrell 

Burris George R. steward, steamer Sierra Nevada 
Burris William (colored) janitor, Fourth Street and 

Third Street schools, dwl 109 Clara 
Burroughs William, with R. A. Swain & Co. dwl 

20 Minna 
BURROWES GEORGE REV. D.D. president 

City College, SE cor Stockton and Geary 
Burrows Edward M. dwl 223 Minna 
Burrows H. W. molder, San Francisco Iron Works, 

dwl What Cheer House 
Burrows John, bar tender, Cordes Exchange, dwl 

135 Stewart 
Burrows Jonathan, carpenter, 7t>3 Mission, dwl 759 

Mission 
Burscough Henry, laundry, 505 Third 
Burson James N. deputy superintendent streets, 

dwl N s Berry nr Dupont 
Burt Ann E. Mrs. house keeper with W. H. Sco- 
ville, W s Shotwell bet Twenty-First and 
Twenty- Second 
Burt Charles, boiler maker with Cofiey & Risdon, 

dwl 54 First 
Burt E. C. Mrs. principal Stevenson Street School, 

dwl 830 Pacific 
Burt Hiram, cooper, S. F. &" P. Sugar Co. dwl E b 

Rousch nr Folsom 
Burt Howard, salesman with Snow & Co. dwl 511 

Vallejo 
Burt SUas S. fireman, U. S. B. M. dwl 830 Pacific 
Burt William J. laborer, dwl S s Twentieth nr San 

Bruno Road 
BURTON CHALES H. merchant, office 405 Front, 

dwl 1018 Washington 
Burton Elizabeth Mrs. (colored) dwl 1614 Powell 
Burton James A. machinist, dwl 41 Natoma 
Burton John, hat and bonnet bleacher and dresser, 

1317 Stockton 
Burton John, pattern maker, Miners' Foundry, dwl 

SW cor Minna and Fourth 
Burton L. A. (widow) dwl 612 California 
Burton Matilda (col'd, widow) dwl 12 Virginia PI 
Burton R. J. clerk, dwl 133 Tehama 
Burton Theodore L. (McNeil cj- B.) dwl E B Tay- 
lor bet Filbert and Union 
Burtsell John M. book keeper with Murphy, Grant 
& Co. dwl W B Shotwell bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 
Buscelle James, bag maker, dwl 535 California 
Busch Henry, clerk, dwl 408 Folsom 
Bush Alonzo, driver with Wells, Fi^rgo & Co. dwl 

NW cor Montgomery and Califonna,< 
Bush Charles, hair dresser with CipriPS &^ Cook, 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, dwl NE cor Taylor and 
Geary 
Bush Emma Miss, governess, dwl 839 Mission 
Bush Ephraim, pattern maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 
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Bush Frederick, clerk, NE cor EIHb and Powell 
Buali Henry, pliotoj^iliic gallery, SliielB* Block, 5 

I'OBt 

Bush John, boiler maker, Pacific Foundry, dwl 324 

Oreen 
BuHh John, coachman with R. J. Van Dewater 
Bush Jonathan P. physician, oflice and dwl tiOS Sac 
lixmh ^ Louis J &, McAllietor f William B.J dentistB, 

office (>0() Kearny, dwl 'lo Clementina 
Bush Nathan, tnrniture, 708 Pacific, and groceries 
and liquors, NVV cor Pacific and Kearny, dwl 
708 Pacific 
BukIi Norton, book keeper, San Francisco Gas Co. 

dwl Hit Tehama, E Third 
Bush Peter, Union Malt House, S 8 Brannan bet 

Eifflitii andNinetli 
BUSH STREET HOUSE, James McNamara pro- 
prietor, 331 and 333 Bush 
Bush Thoiiwis H. book binder with Buswell & Co. 

dwl *),'J Yerl)a Buena 
Bush William, driver with Dames & Lohse, bds 

New England House 
Bush, see Busch 

Bushman John, bar tender, dwl 44 Stewart 
Bushman W. (Gnmh Sf Co.) dwl 250 Jessie 
Bushman William (Sanders iV B.) dwl 250 Jessie 
Bushman William, peddler, dwl Pacific W Taylor 
Bushnell Horace (Jack i^' B.) dwl 8 Hardie Place 
Buslinell J. H. painter, dwl Summer Street House 
Bushnell William E. master steamer Oakland, res 

Brooklyn 
Bushway John, coppersmith, dwl 1 Agnes Lane 
Businger Ferdinand, engineer, dwl 20 Minna 
Buss J. musician, dwl E s August Allev nr Union 
Busse Albert (E. G. Cook Sj- Co.) dwl 124 Jessie 
Busse August, shoe maker with John Schade, 16 

Sansom 
Bussett H. N. ship carpenter, dwl 555 Mission 
Busson James P. clerk, dwl 234 Stevenson 
Buster Hiram C. blacksmith, dwl 131 Montgomery 
Buster Mary Mrs. furnished rooms, 131 Mont 
BUSWELL (Alexander) & CO. book binders, pa- 
per rulers, etc. 509 Clay and 508 Commercml, 
dwl SW cor Uuion and Jones 
Buswell Francis, dwl 40 Silver 
Buswell William T. pattern mkr, Fulton Foundry 
Butcher George H. imp andmanuf hardware, oflice 

421 Battery, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Bntenop Alexander, clerk, 625 Pacific 
Butenop Henry, groceries and liquors, 625 Pacific 
Butenop Peter, with INIarden & Folger, dwl 625 Pac 
Buthe Christian L. clerk, SE cor Pine and Battery 
Buthe Henry, butcher with Wilson & Stevens, dwl 

Ns Brannan bet Eighth and Ninth 
Butler Alfred, dwl 149 Perry 
Butler Ann Mrs. domestic, 615 Post 
Butler Aunie Miss, domestic, 615 Harrison 
Butler B. F. (widow) dwl SW cor Cal and Mason 
Butler Charles, carpenter, dwl 28 Sansom 
Butler Charles, waiter, steamer Senator 
Butler Charles C. dwl NE cor Sutter and Steiner 
Butler Daniel, with Cal. Steam N. Co. Bdwy Wharf 
Butler Edward, blacksmith helper, Vulcan Iron 

Works, dwl Volunteer Engine House 
Butler Frederick S. with M. F. Butler, dwl N s 

Thirteenth bet Howard and Folsom 
Butler George, bar keeper, 112 Leidesdorff 
Butler George, laborer, dwl SW cor Turk and Pill- 
more 
Butler Henry, captain schooner Enterprise, office 

Pier 11 
Butler Henry W. newspaper clerk, Post Office, dwl 

1009 Powell 
Butler James, hostler, SW cor Howard and Four- 
teenth 
Butler James, soda bottler, dwl 190 Stevenson 
Butler James, waiter, 35 Natoma 
Butler J. D. janitor Market St. and Stevenson St. 
schools 



Butler J. H. carpenter, dwl W b Kearny bet Pacific 

and Jackson 
Butler John, with J. Hirth & Co. 539 Com 
Butler Joseph, cook, steamer Yosemite 
iJutler Joseph B. book keeper, dwl 1417 Powell 
Butler Josenh D. dwl 503 Sutter 
Butler M. Miss, principal S. F. Female Seminary, 

NE cor Mason and Jackson 
Butler M. A. Mrs. millinery, 136 Montgomery, dwl 

W s Sixth bet Folsom "and Howard 
Butler Mary Mrs. dress making, 503 Sutter 
Butler Mary A. (widow) dwl 809 Jackson 
Butler Matthew, book keeper with Dyer, Badger 

& Rokohl, dwl 807 Folsom 
Butler M. F. architect, 73 Montgomery Block, dwl 

N s Thirteenth bet Howard and Folsom 
Butler Michael, laborer, dwl Filbert nr Mont 
Butler Patrick, laborer, dwl Dolores Hall, N b Va- 
lencia nr Sixteenth 
Butler Patrick, nail maker with Nelson & Doble, 

dwl 503 O'FaiTell 
Butler Patrick, workman with John Henry, dwl 

Dolores Hall 
Butler Patrick F. dwl W b Sixth bet Folsom and 

Howard 
Butler Richard, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

14 Russ 
Butler Robert, groceries and liquors, NE cor Harri- 
son and Eighth 
Butler Robert, laborer, dwl 12 St. Charles 
Butler Robert B. proprietor Union House, 511 and 

513 Mission 
Butler Rudolph J. accountant British and Califomian 

Banking Co. 424 California, res Oakland 
Butler Samuel S. lodgings, 525 and 528 Commercial, 

and 511 Washington, dwl SE cor Leavenworth 

and Lincoln 
Butler T. J. carpenter, dwl 120 Natoma 
Butler T. R. assistant assayer U. S. Branch Mint, 

dwl Russ House 
Butler Walter A. teamster with John R. Sedgeley, 

dwl with John R. Sedgeley, S s Twelfth bet 

Howard and Folsom 
Butler Warren C. Coiners' Department U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl 1417 Powell 
Butler William, laborer, 31 Metropolitan Market, 

dwl 636 Commercial 
Butler William, steward, dwl Manhattan Engine 

House 
Butler William M. porter with E. 6- Mathews & 

Co. dwl 209 Clara 
BUTMAN FREDERICK A. landscape painter, 

studio 240 Montgomery, dwl 806 Howard 
Butt Christopher C. (Frederick W. Lange Sf Co.) 

dwl SW cor Stockton and Bush 
Butt (Peter N.j & Kuchmeister (Henry W.) gro- 
ceries and liquors, SE cor Pacific and Kearny, 

dwl SE cor Powell and Pacific 
Butte G. & S. Mining Co. office 623 Montgomery 
Butter Charles, engineer with C. S. Navigation Co 
Butter M. laborer, Spring Valley W. W 
Butterlield O. stock broker, bdsMeyer's Hotel, 814 

Montgomery 
Butterlield Charles B. (Butterfield ^ Bro.) dwl 

408 Pine 
Butterfield Rodney, shoe maker, dwl 737 Pacific 
BUTTERFIELD WILLIAM & BROTHER (C. 

B. Butterfield) auctioneers and commission 

merchants, 408 Pine 
Butters James A. with J. W. Brittan & Co. 120 

Front 
Butters John S. captain steamer Pacific, dwl S b Sac- 
ramento bet Leavenworth and Jones 
Butterworth James, tinner, dwl S s Folsom bet 

Beale and Main 
BUTTERWORTH SAMUEL F. agent Quicksilver 

Mining Company, office 205 Battery, res New 

Almaden 
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Buttner Charles, works S. F. Chemical Works, N W 

cor Valencia and Fifteenth 
Buttner Henry, drayman, NF. cor California and 

Front, dwl N s Hrannan bet Fifth and Sixth 
Biittner Henry, driver, Philadelphia Brewery, dwl 

232 Second 
Buttner John, pattern maker, Miners' Foundry, dwl 

4C Clementina 
Button Sophia B. Miss, clairvoyant and physician, 

office and dwl 3 St. Mark ^lace 
Butts Benjamin F. milkman, dwl 14 Stockton Place 
Butts Harvey D. dwl cor Mission and Stewart 
Butts R. W. drayman with C. H. Harrison, 517 

Front, dwl 635 Broadway 
Buxton George, enjfineer, dwl 608 Post 
Buyer (C.) &. Reich (Leopold J fancy goods, SW 

cor Stockton and Jackson 
Buzzolini D. commission merchant, office 417 Jack- 
son, dwl 301 Clementina 
By Sing Hing (Chinese) washing, 429 Third 
Byas William (col'd) porter, 406 Pine, dwl 1212 

Sacramento 
Byatt William, gardener, SE comer Chestnut and 

Jones 
Bycroft Thomas B. blacksmith with H. Steele, dwl 

cor Ritch and Clara 
Byers J. M. (J. McDonough Foard Sf Co.) dwl 10 

Ellis 
Byers John P. stevedore, dwl N s Union bet Battery 

and Sansom 
Byfield Augustus N. consul for Portugal, dwl 607 

Dupont 
Byington H. W. (May Sf B.J dwl 826 Sutter 
Byles George, dwl 160 Perry 
Bvring 0. H. repacker case goods, dwl 6 Merch 
BYRNE & CASTREE (David B.) groceries and 

liquors, SW cor Howard and Twelfth 
Byrne Bernard, clerk with Croskey & Howard, 

dwl E s Grove nr Van Ness Avenue, Hayes' 

Valley 
Byrne Bridget, domestic, dwl 148 Minna 
Byrne Charles & Co. sail makers, 7 Clay, dwl ^E s 

Harriet nr Folsom 
Byrne Charles J. seaman. Vigilant Engine Co. No 9 
Byrne Dennis, waiter, 605 Commercial, dwl 1118 

Kearny 
Byrne Ellen Miss, domestic, 405 Powell 
Byrne Felix, carpenter, dwl 7 Park Avenue 
Byrne Francis, cooper with Handy & Neuman, dwl 

510 Sacramento 
Byrne Francis E. painter, dwl 510 Sacramento 
Bvme Garrett J. (Kerby, Byrne 4" Co.) dwl 12 

O'Farrell 
BYRNE (Henry H.J & FREELON (Thomas 

W.J attorneys at law, office 27-30 Court Block 

636 Clay 
Byrne James, dwl 148 Minna 
Byrne James, drayman with Locke & Montague, 

dwl 3 Berry 
Byrne James, harness maker, dwl 79 Stevenson 
Byme J. O. dwl 440 Clementina 
Byrne John M. importer, 426 Jackson, dwl 533 Sut- 
ter 
Byme Julia, domestic, dwl 139 Townsend 
Byrne Maggie Miss, saleswoman, 518 Kearny, dwl 

127 Second 
Byme Mary Miss, domestic, 621 Leavenworth 
Byrne Mary J. (widow) saloon S s Sacramento bet 

' Davis and Drumm 
Byrne Michael, laborer, Union Foundry, dwl 34 First 
Byme Michael, salesman with KerbyJ Byrne Sc Co. 

dwl 108 Minna 
Byrne Patrick, with Crane & Brigham, dwl 148 

Minna 
Byme Patrick, laborer, dwl with Nicholas McDonald 
Byme Rosalie (widow) dwl 120 Perry 
Byrne Thomas, dwl 47 Minna 
Byme Thomas, contracter, dwl 511 Mission 
Byrne Thomas, laborer, dwl 1025 Pacific 



Byrne Thomas, merchandise broker, office 308 Front, 

dwl 658 Folsom 
Byrne Thomas K. merchant (Oregon) dwl 257 Ste- 
venson 
Byrnes Barney, teamster, dwl 26 Hunt 
Byrnes Edward, expressman, dwl 207 Pacific 
Byrnes Edward P. laborer, dwl 158 Perry 
Byrnes Ellen, dwl NW cor O'Farrell and Devisi- 

dero 
Byrnes John, fireman, steamer Comelia, dwl 1226 

Kearny 
Byrnes Kate Miss, domestic, 14 Stockton 
Byrnes Kate Mrs. dwl 247 Stevenson 
Byrnes Patrick, hotel keeper, dwl NW cor O'Far- 
rell and Devisidero 
Byrnes Patrick, poultry dealer, dwl 18 Ecker 
Byrnes Peter, blacksmith, California Engine Co. 

No. 4 
Byrnes Thomas, porter with McAran & Kelly, dwl 

N 8 Broadwav bet Montgomery and Sansom 
Byrnes Thomas E. (Feehan, B. iSf Co.) dwl 304 

Jessie 
Byrnes William, stevedore, dwl 549 Howard 
Byron John, bricklayer, dwl 249 Minna 
Byron Michael, bricklayer, dwl 338 Minna 
Byron Peter, hostler. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Byron Thomas, carpenter, dwl 728 Market 
Byrum Ann (widow) dwl S s Brannan bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Byxbee John F. book keeper with H. B. Tichenor & 

Co. dwl 210 O'Farrell nr Powell 
Byxbee Robert G. (H. B. Tichenor Sf Co. J dwl 26 
Essex 

c 

Cabana Theopolis, boot maker, dwl 1213 Dupont 
Cabannes Eugene, restaurant, NW cor Sansom and 

Merchant 
Cabannes Joseph, wholesale butcher, Potrero Av 
Cabery Cormack, carpenter, dwl N W cor Jessie and 

Anna 
Cabery Patrick, carpenter, dwl NW cor Jessie and 

Anna 
Cables Lewis H. with George Hughes, dwl 325 

Sixth 
Cachot M. physician, St. Mary's Hospital 
Cachrovestini Angelo, deck hand, stm Sacramento 
Cadel James, machinist. Miners' Foundry 
Cadel Peter, real estate, dwl 508 Union 
Cadenice Maurice, vegetable garden. Hunter's Point 

Road 
Ciidenice Nicolas, vegetable garden, Hunter's Point 

Road 
Cadesi John, fruit dealer, 204 Second 
Cadien Andrew M. with Heuston, Hastings & Co. 

dwl Lick House 
Cadin Fannie, domestic, 542 Bryant 
Cadiz Eugenia (widow) dwl 909 Jackson 
Cadogau James J. book keeper with M. O'Connor, 

res Oakland 
Cadogan Patrick, workman S. F. & P. Sugar Co. 

dwl Eighth nr Howard 
Cadogan Timothy, helper S. F. Sugar Refinery, dwl 

W s Ritter nr Harrison 
CADUC PHILIP, proprietor Caduc's Packet Line 

and American Cobble Stone Depot (ngent Ava. 

Rnss. Com. Co. and Napa Soda, Sacramento 

City) office North Point Dock, dwl 722 Sutter 
CADUt'S SAN FRANCISCO, FREEPORT and 

SACRAMENTO LINE PACKETS, office foot 

Washington 
Cady John, boiler maker. Union Foundry, dwl 36 

Moss 
Cady John, hostler, 115 Keamy 
Cady John J. job wagon, NW cor Bush and Mont, 

dwl Mission bet Eighth and Ninth 
Cady Lorenzo, contractor, dwl N s Folsom between 

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Caeder A. mate stiii Clinton, foot Vallejo 

Cuffall (Tcorge, longshoreman, dwl W b Vincent nr 

ITuioii 
Caffenito (Antonio) & Larcbarde (John Baptitte) 

wood and coal, 1823 Powell 
Cafltry Miiry Miss, milliner, dwl 54 Tliird 
Caflieio Frank, mariner, dwl 1(»'J Wasiiington 
CallVey Dennis, Tower Siiloon, 210 Kirst 
(.iladivy ■liiiiicH, piclnre frame maker, dwl 331 Bush 
(Jalliey Alidiael, porter, dwl 12S First 
CafFrey Patrick, laborer with Edw'd J. Quirk 
Cafr<!y Timothy, laborer, Onmibus R. R. Co 
Cagliere Georjfe, clerk, dwl ()ll Dupont 
Cagney John, drayman, dwl Howard nr Fourth 
Cagney Martin, teamster, dwl 213 O'Farrell 
Cagney Timothy, waiter, dwl IH> Stevenson 
Calialan John, shoe maker, Xtl Washinf,'t()n 
('ahalan John L. carpenter, dwl 728 Market 
Cahalen John, porter, 211 Bat, dwl 271 Stevenson 
Cahen Edmond, clerk, 226 Front, dwl cor Stockton 

and Broadway 
Cahill Anna i^Iiss, domestic with Frank M. Pixley 
Cahill Anthony, drayman, cor California and Davis 
Cahill Edwanl, waiter, dwl W s Stanford comer 

Townsend 
Cahill Ellen, domestic, dwl 1312 Pine 
Cahill EUeu (widow) dwl 30 Jessie 
Cahill James, laborer, dwl S s Folsom bet Van Ness 

Avenue and Franklin 
CAHILL (James F.) &, McELROY (James) liquor 

saloon, SE cor. Bush and Kearny, dwl NW cor 

Seventh and Howard 
Cahill J. C. liquor sjiloon, NW cor Dupont and St. 

Mark Place 
CAHILL JOHN, liquor saloon, NE cor Brannan 

and Fourth 
Caliill John, painter, dwl W s Hyde bet Union and 

Filbert 
Cahill Mary Miss, domestic with J. Conway, W s 

Aleme^a nr El Dorado 
Cahill Mary (widow) dwl 311 O'Farrell 
Cahill Michael, wood and coal, Waverly Place, dwl 

131 St. Mark Place 
Cahill Patrick, drayman with Dickson, De Wolf & 

Co. dwl S s Cal bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, dwl 505 Howard 
Cahill Patrick, molder. Union Foundry 
Cahill Patrick, waiter, Russ House 
Cahill Patricks workman, S. F. &. P. Sugar Co. dwl 

W 8 Chesley nr Harrison 
Cahill William," porter, 212 Battery, dwl 78 Natoma 
CAHN (A.) & CO. (I. F. Block, Leon Cahn, and 

H. F. Block) wholesale groceries and liquors, 

Portland, Oregon, off 205 Cal, dwl 547 Folsom 
Cahn David, with Lazard Freres, dwl 115 Battery 
Cahn Israel ( UMf elder 4' Cak ii) dwl 513 Folsom 
Cahn Jerome, dry goods, 226 Third 
Cahn Leon (Cahn i^- Co.) dwl 547 Folsom 
Cahn Leopold (Uklfelder 4- C.J dwl 515 Folsom 
Cahn M. dwl 214 Sansora 

Cahn Sylvain (hazard Freres) dwl 1018 Bush 
Cahrey William W. peddler, dwl NE cor How- 
ard and Seventh 
Cain Ann Miss, at Cole's Laundry, 114 Dora 
Cain Edward, pressman with Agiiew & Deffebach, 

dwl Howard Engine House 
Cain James, molder. Union Foundry, dwl 427 Union 
Cain John, mariner, dwl 17 Fourth 
Cain John, shipsmith with W. S. Phelps & Co. dwl 

Oriental Hotel 
Cain Michael, laborer, dwl cor Greenwich and 

Powell 
Cain Rufus K. brick layer, dwl 411 Dupont 
Caire Adrien (Caire Bros.) res Paris, France 
Caire Brothers (Justinien and Adtien) importers 

and jobbers hard ware, 530 Washington and 

1028 Dupont, dwl 313 Green 
Cairns Daniel, machinist. Union Foundry, dwl 32 

Everett 



CAIRNS JOHN, dwl 111 Perrv 

Cainis Matthew, laborer, dwl Union Court 

Cairns Robert, salesman with Joseph Peirce, dwl 
N s (iuy Place 

Calaly Michael, laborer, dwl 218 Dupont 

Caldwell Andrew, porter, 401 Battery, dwl 12 Oak 

Caldwell Charles, molder. Golden State Iron Works, 
dwl Jane 

Caldwell Charles M. carpenter, 607 Market, dwl St. 
Lawrence House 

Caldwell David, dwl Farmers' Exchange, Old San 
Jos6 Road op St. Mary's College 

Caldwell Edwin, office 540 Clay, dwl 437 Minna 

Caldwell Eugene J. Rev. assistant pastor St. Brid- 
get's Church, SW cor Bdwy and Van Ness Av 

Caldwell G. & S. M. Co. (Cove District, Tulare 
Co.) office 7 Stevenson House 

Caldwell Isaac (col'd) cook, dwl 16 Hawthorne 

Caldwell James, plasterer, dwl 11 William, rear 

Caldwell Joseph, blacksmith with N. W. Spaulding, 
dwl Second Av bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Caldwell William, machinist, Fulton Foundry, dwl 
Bernal Heights 

Caledonia Series G. &. S. M. Co. office 338 Mont 

Caledonia Tunnel & M. Co. (Gold Hill) office 7 
Government House, 502 Washington 

CALEF JONATHAN S. physician, office 726 
Washington, dwl 312 Post 

Calender JohuT. (col'd) boarding, 907 Pacific 

Caler Isabella (widow) dwl 27 Freelon 

Calgin John, dwl 109 First 

CALHOUN C. A. & SON. (William A.) book and 
job printers, 320 Clay, dwl 215 Mason bet Ellis 
and O'Farrell 

Calhoun Sarah Miss, domestic with John Satterlee, 
W s Folsom bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Calhoun William, laborer, S. F. &. San Jos^ R. R 

Calhoun William, seaman, ship Constitution, dwl 
S s Pinkham Place nr Eighth 

Calhoun William A. (Calkoun Up Son) dwl 1117 
Folsom 

CALIFORNIA ART UNION, rooms 312 Mont- 
gomery 

California Bible Society, office 757 Market 

California Borax Co. office 205 Battery 

California Brewery, A. Schuppert proprietor, NE 
cor Stockton and Jackson 

CALIFORNIA BUILDING, LOAN, AND SAV- 
INGS SOCIETY, office 406 Montgomery 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 
(weekly) office 711 Mission 

CALIFOR"NIA CHRONIK (weekly) Charles 
Ruebl publisher, N W cor Kearny and Sac 

California City Letter Express Co. office 316 Mont 

California Coal M. Co. office SE cor Montgomery 
and Jackson 

California Collegiate Institute, Miss Margaret L. 
Lammond principal, 64 Silver 

California Copper Smelting Works, Antioch Con- 
tra Costa Co. office 602 Front 

CALIFORNIA DEMOKRAT (daily, German) 
Frederick Hese & Co. proprietore, NW cor 
Kearny and Sacramento 

CALIFORNIA FARMER (weekly, agricultural) 
Warren & Co. editors and proprietors, office 
320 Clay 

CALIF0R:NIA foundry, Willlam Brodie & 
Co. proprietors, 16 Fremont 

CALIFORNIA HOME INSURANCE CO. B. F. 
Low president, office 224 and 226 California 

California Homestead Association, office 305 Mont- 
gomery room 6 

CALIFORNIA HOTEL, Gailhard Bros, proprie- 
tors, SE cor Commercial and Dupont 

CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO. Albert MUler 
president, C. T. Hopkins secretary, office 318 
California 

CALIFORNIA LEADER, Theobalds & Co. pro- 
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CALIFOIINIA LLOYD'S MARINE INSUR 
ANCE CO. G. Touchard secretary, office 418 
California 

CALIFOUNLV, OREGON, AND MEXICAN 
STEAM SHIP LINE, office SW cor Front and 
Jackeou 

California Petroleum Co. office 620 Washington 

California Petroleum Rectifying Co. office 1 Gov- 
ernment House 

CALIFORNIA PIONEERS, rooms 808 Montgom- 
ery bet Jackson and Pacific 

CALIFORNIA POLICE GAZETTE, F. S. Har- 
low &. Bro. publishers and proprietors, office 
424 Battery 

CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, Santa Cruz 
John F. Lohse agent, office 318 California 

CALIFORNIA RURAL HOME JOURNAL, T 
Hart Hyatt & Co. publishers and proprietors 
office H06 Sansom 

California Sheep Raisers' & Wool Growers' Asso 
elation, office NE cor Front and Clav 

CALIFORNIA STATE TELEGRAPH CO. H 
W. Carpentier president, George S. Ladd super 
intendent and secretary, office 507 Montgomery 

CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION CO. office 
NE cor Front and Jackson 

California Straw Works {.J. D. Kersey and Miss 
M. J. lAttle) office 45 Third 

CALIFORNIA TEACHER (monthlyl office 536 
Clav 

CALIFORNIA WINE COOPERAGE CO. depot 
SW cor Drumm and Commercial 

CALIFORNIA YOUTHS' COMPANION, Smith 
& Co. publishers and proptrs, office 505 Clay 

CALIFORNIAN PUBLISHING CO. (A. A. 
tStickney, John Collner, and J. P. Bogardus) 
publishers Californian, office 532 Merchant 

CALIFORNIAN (weekly) office 532 Merchant 

Calish Raphael S. express wagon, cor Dupont and 
Broadway 

Calkin Milo, clerk, office U. S. Internal Revenue, 
dwl 814 Bnsh 

Call Jonas, dwl Oriental Hotel 

Callabotta Sylvestter, coffee saloon, 47 Jackson 

CALLAGH AN D. manufacturer Donnolly & Co.'s 
Yeast Powders, 121 Front, dwl NW cor How- 
ard and Fourteenth 

Callaghan Ellen Miss, domestic, dwl 1028 Pine 

Callaghan Eugene, dwl 331 Bush 

Callaghan George W. longshoreman, dwl 116 Jack- 
son 

Callaghan James, laborer, dwl N s Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansom 

Callaghan James, steward, 532 Commercial 

Callaghan Jeremiah, merchant, office 421 Front, 
dwl SE cor Mission and Fourteenth 

Callaghan John, groceries, etc. 121 Front, dwl NE 
cor Pacilic and Laguna 

Callaghan John, liquors, dwl 130 Pacific 

Calla.ufhan M. captain brig George Emery, office 
Pier 10 Stewart 

Callaghan Philip, molder, bds 127 Pacific 

Callaghan Thomas, laborer. Custom House, dwl 
Filbert bet Larkin and Polk 

Callaffhan's Building, N s Dupont bet Clay and 
Washington 

Gallagher Alice Miss, domestic, dwl 905 Pacific 

Callahan Bernard, chief engineer S. F. & P. Sugar 
Co. dwl 16 Russ 

Callahan Bridget Miss, domestic, dwl 1020 Pine 

Callahan Cornelius, laborer, dwl E s White nr Val- 
lejo 

Callahan Daniel, laborer, dwl with John J. Wise- 
man, W 8 Twelfth bet Folsom and Harrison 

Callahan David, laborer, dwl 170 Minna 

Callahan Delia Miss, domestic, dwl 1815 Stockton 

Callahan Dennis, carpenter, dwl 12 Sutter 

Callahan D. O. collector. Daily Examiner, dwl SW 
cor Stockton and Pacific 



Callahan Ellen Miss, domestic, 117 Taylor 
Callahan Ellen Miss, domestic, 600 Sutter 
Callahan James, dwl 331 Bush 
Callahan James, hostler, 655 Sacramento, dwl 

Kearnv nr California 
Callahan j'ames, porter. Occidental Hotel 
Callahan James K. blacksmith with Samuel F. Ross, 

bds Columbia Hotel 
Callahan J. J. clerk with J. R. Stewart & Co. dwl 

235 Stevenson 
Callahan Joanna Miss, domestic, dwl 1309 Mason 
Callahan John, grocer, dwl NE cor Chestnut and 

Hyde 
Callahan John, laborer, S. F. & San Jos<5 R. R 
Callahan John, liquor saloon, cor Jones and Fran- 
cisco 
Callahan Julia Miss, domestic, dwl 516 Green 
Callahan M. driver. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Callahan Mary Miss, domestic, St. Marv's Cathedral 
CALLAHAN fM. B.) &, SANDEKSON ( Samnel 

A.) importers and jobbers crockery and glass 

ware. 310 and 312 Battery, dwl 431 Sixth 
Callahan Michael, workman,'S. F. & P. Sugar Co. 

dwl E s Harrison Avenue nr Folsom 
Callahan Patrick, laborer. Spring Valley W. W 
Callahan Timothy, boiler maker, dwl 511 Mission 
Callahan Timothy, laborer, dwl N s Allen nr Hyde 
Callahan William, steamboatman, dwl SE cor Fifth 

and Shipley 
Callan Kate Miss, domestic, 222 Post 
Callan Thomas, laborer, dwl 230 Sutter 
Callan Thomas, wood and coal, W b Fifth nr How- 
ard, dwl 315 Minna 
Callan W. A. carpenter, dwl 2 Sherwood Place 
Callard F. D. dwl 115 Dupont 
Callehe Daniel, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Callender H. A. jeweler with R. B. Gray &. Co 
Callender John (Simons Sf C.) S s Clark bet Front 

and Davis 
Callihan Daniel, mangier, Chelsea Laundry 
Calliiian Hannah Miss, domestic, dwl 1425 Stockton 
Callinan John, hair dresser with R. D. Baskerville, 

dwl First Street House 
Callott Oliver S. pilot (opposition) office W s Front 

bet Vallejo and Broadway, dwl 606 Mont 
Callsen Anna Miss, seamstress, dwl S a Pacific bet 

Larkin and Hyde 
Callsen Peter, carpenter, dwl Pacific nr Larkin 
Callundan Christian F. local policeman, dwl SW 

cor Battery and Vallejo 
Calnan Julia Miss, domestic, 463 Clementina 
Calnan Patrick, handcartman, cor Mission and Beale 
Calnen Daniel, cartman, 751 Mission 
Calnon Johanna Miss, cloak maker, dwl 12 Sutter 
CALNON PATRICK, The Old Stand Saloon, SW 

cor First and Mission, dwl 143 Natoma 
Calsby James, employ6 with Hill & Eastman, dwl 

NE cor Dupont and Sutter 
Calsing Martin, machinist. Miners' Foundry, dwl 

520 Merchant 
Calvert John, bricklayer, dwl 423 Post 
Calvert William, dentist, office 109 Montgomery, 

dwl 564 Howard 
Camaiano Andrea, fisherman, 15 Italian Fish Market 
Camaiano Benedetto, fisherman, 20 Italian Fish Mkt 
Camaiano Giacorao, fisherman, 1 Italian Fish Market 
Caman A. physician, office and dwl, 106 Fourth 
Camargo G. & S. M. Co. office 402 Front 
Cambouvnac John, tailor, Lafayette H. & L. Co. 

No. 2 
Cambridge House, Laurence McKeone proprietor, 

304 Pacific 
Cambridge Silas, teamster with Rejmolds & Co. 

dwl 417 Folsom 
Camerden Michael, pork and sausages, 36 Occiden- 
tal Market, dwl SW cor Fillmore and Pacific 
Cameron (Angus) & Kuenzi (John R.) wood 

turners and scroll sawyers, 309 Market, dwl 

264 Minna 



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Cameron A. S. Misa, aBsistant, Kincoa School, dwl 

435 Telmina 
Cameron Daniel, ship carpenter, dwl 264 First 
Cameron (Duncan J &. Worth (W. E.J Neptune 
Iron Works, 4(5 Fremont, dwl Hampton Court 
bet Second and Third 
Cameron Elizabeth Mrs. Iwardinf?, 312 Beale 
Cameron Himimli II. (widow) dwl 072 Harrison 
Cameron diuiies, U. S. IJakery, 509 Third 
Cameron John, driver, Omnibus R. K. Co 
Camei-on John B. pattern maker, dwl 302 O'Farrell 
Cameron Robert, clerk, dwl 312 Beale 
CAMERON, WIIITTIER flV. Frank) & CO. 
(Edmund B. Benjamin and Silas \V. Jokn- 
ton) importers and jobbers paints, oils, window 
glass, elc. 425 and 427 Front 
Cameron William, bar keeper with James M. 

Houck, dwl 312 Beale 
Cameron William, carpenter, dwl Sierra Nevada 

Hotel, 528 Pacific 
Cameron William, fruit dealer, dwl 119 Natoma 
Cameron William, weigher, Washington Street 

Wharf, dwl Beale nr Jlission 
Cameron William G. teamster with J. W. Gale & 

Co. 409 Davis 
Camfield Richard, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Camman Augustus capt. Pier 11 istewart, dwl 261 

Clary 
Camman Augustus W. dwl 236 Minna 
Cammet John, dwl cor Howard and Thirteenth 
Camuer John, butcher with C. Schmitt, dwl Potre- 

ro Avenue 
Camp Sarah (widow) dwl 811 Vallejo 
CAMPBELL, (Alexander) FOX (Charles N.) & 
CAMPBELL (Henry C.) attorneys at law, 
office 710 Montgomery, dwl 26 Turk 
Campbell Alexander, attorney at law, office 540 

Clay, dwl Tehama House 
Campbell Alexander, porter with A. Roman, dwl 

423 Post, rear 
Campbell Alice J. Miss, dwl 616 Sacramento 
Campbell Allen D. boots and shoes, 519 Kearny, 

dwl 128 Third 
Campbell B. H. Coiner's Department, U. S. B. M 
Campbell Charles, wire worker with H. T. Graves, 

412 Clay 
Campbell Colin, clerk with Campbell, Fox & Camp- 
bell, dwl 26 Turk 
Campl)ell C. Stuart (Dunn ^ C.) 538 Market, op- 
posite Second 
Campbell Delia (widow) domestic, NW oor Mission 

and Seventeenth 
Campbell Donald, dwl Flume House, San Bruno 

Road 
Campbell Duncan, rigger, dwl 1306 Montgomery 
Campbell Edward, laborer, dwl 26 Natoma 
Campbell Edwin R. attorney at law, dwl NW cor 

Stockton and Pacific 
Campbell Elbridge G. molder, Miners' Foundry, dwl 

oil Mission 
Campbell Eliza T. Mrs. millinery, 128 Third 
Campbell E. Neville Miss, assistant Second Street 

School, dwl 145 Natoma 
Campbell Francis, dwl SE cor Dolores and Twen- 
tieth 
Campbell G. & S. M. Co. (Boise Co. Idaho) office 7 

Government House 
Campbell George (Dickson, DeWolf 4- Co.) re- 
sides Loudon 
Campbell Henry C. (Campbell, Fox Sf C.) attor- 
ney at law, office 710 Mont, dwl 26 Turk 
Campbell Isaac, baker, dwl 627 Third 
Campbell J. A. with Nathaniel Gray, dwl 641 Sao 
Campbell James, dwl 113 Ellis 
Campbell James A. receiver North Beach and Mia- 

eion R. R. Co 
Campbell James O. dwl NE cor Eddy and Larkin 
Campbell John, book keeper, Pier 12 Stewart, dwl 
314 Braunan 



Campbell John, jeweler, 335 Kearny, dwl 516BuHh 
Campbell John, porter, Brooklyn Hotel 
Campbell John, ranchman. Lake Merced 
Campbell John A. carpenter, dwl SW cor Valencia 

and Columbia 
Campbell John W. (colored) laborer, dwl N a Green 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Campbell (Joxeph) &. Fairbanks (H. T.) commia- 
bion produce, SE cor Front and Washington, 
dwl 4 St. Mary 
Canipliell Joseph, hair dresser, 426 Folsom 
Campl)ell J. T. book keeper, 669 Market 
CAMPBELL J. W. H. grain and produce storage, 
Cunningham's Warehouse, dwl NE cor Green 
and Montgomery 
Camj)bell Mary Miss, domestic, 1112 Bush 
Campbell Mary Miss, domestic, 726 Green 
Campbell Murclock, calker, dwl 504 Howard 
Campbell Nicholas, carpenter, dwl 1 Bagley Place 
Campbell Patrick, contractor, dwl 325 Fourth 
Campbell Patrick, engineer, dwl with J. McGill, S 

s Market bet First and Second 
Campbell Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Seventeenth 

and Dolores, rear 
Campbell Patrick, laborer, dwl Mission nr Twenty- 
First 
Campbell Patrick, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Campbell Peter, laborer, dwl W s Second bet Bran- 
nan and Townsend 
Campbell Peter H. dwl 1502 Leavenworth 
Campbell Philip, purifier, San Francisco Gaa Co. 

dwl 513 Minna, rear 
Campbell Sarah Miss, dwl 710 Washington 
Campbell Sarah T. Mre. furnished rooms, 642 Sac 
Campbell Thomas, blacksmith, NW cor Bush and 
Market, dwl N s Brannan bet First and Second 
Campbell 'Thompson, attorney at law, office 35 

Montgomery Block, dwl 1519 Jlason 
Campbell Thompson jr. commissary musters U. S. A. 

dwl 1519 Mason 
Campbell T. R. architect and civil engineer, dwl 

:{23 Minna 
Campbell W. C. pattern maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 

awl 361 Minna 
Campbell William, architect and civil engineer, dwl 

323 Minna 
Campbell William, blacksmith, dwl 27 Ritch 
Campbell William H. carpenter, dwl 829 Greenwich 
Campbell William H. conductor. Central R. R. Co 
Campbell William H. porter, 412 Clay, dwl SE cor 

Greenwich and Taylor 
Campbell W. J. with Geo. F. Bragg & Co. Ill Cal- 
ifornia, dwl 759 Market 
Campe Henry, clerk with Geo. F. Huneman, dwl 

SE cor ^cond and Brannan 
Campe Henry, groceries and liquors, NW cor Te- 
hama and Second 
Campe John &- Magnus, groceries and liquors, NE 

cor First and Folsom 
Campe Magnus (Jokn Sf Magnus C.) NE cor First 

and Folsom 
Campion Thomas, drayman with Wm. Horr, dwl 

123 Turk 
Campioni Emile, costumer, 712 Washington 
Campioni Samuel, pressman with Francis, Valen- 
tine &. Co. dwl 710 Washington 
Campodonico John, drayman, Washington Hose Co. 

Camps Joaquin, drayman, dwl 26 Lewis Place 
Campton George ( Wm. Dick Sf Co.) dwl American 

Exchange Hotel 
Cauas Manuel, porter with Webb & Holmes, dwl 

Union bet Montgomery and Sansom 
Canavan Bartlev, cabinet maker with J. Strahle, 

dwl 521 Howard 
Canavan Patrick, driver, dwl 315 First 
Canavan P. H. ( T. Leroy) dwl 921 Stockton 
Canavan, see Canuavan 
Canbaur Elizabeth W. dwl N s Cal nr Franklin 



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Candi Louis, A'egetable garden, Hunter's Point 

Candy VVm. machinist, dwl 408 Market 

CaneMichael, express wagon, cor San and Bush 

Cane Patrick, carpenter, owl 67 Stevenson 

Cane, see Cain and Kane 

Canedo Kugenio, cook, dwl 10 Stewart 

Canlield Patrick, boiler maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl '-.'3 Nil torn a 
Canfield Patrick, laborer, bds 127 Pacific 
Cantield Patrick, waterman, dwl 140 Minna 
Canfield Rufus J. Collection Department Wells, 

Fargo & Co. dwl 1608 Mason 
Canliam Charles, cook, dwl SW cor Dnpont and 

Broadway 
Canham William F. painter and paper hanger, dwl 

N 8 Cal bet Van Neas Avenue and Franklin 
Canham W^illiam J. with Stevens & Oliver, 28 

Montgomery 
Cann Thomas, cai-penter, dwl 128 St. Mark Place 
Canna Robert, clerk, dwl 1050 Mission 
Caiuiavan James, milk wagon, dwl 418 Jessie 
Cannavan John, laborer, dwl W s Vincent nr Union 
Cannavan Margaret, machine sewer, 262 Minna 
CANNAVAN MICHAEL, importer dry goods, Bee 
Hive Building, NE cor Washington and Du- 
pont, branch 803 and 805 Kearny nr Washing- 
ton, dwl NE cor Kearny and Lombard 
Cannavan, see Canavan 
Cauner John, butcher with Smith & Co. dwl S s 

El Dorado nr Potrero Avenue 
Cannev Christopher C. shoe dresser with I. M. 

^\'entworth & Co. 210 Pine 
Canngina Augnst, baker, dwl cor Dupont and 

Stockton Place 
Canning William, stevedore, dwl NW cor Front 

and Broadway 
Cannon Frank, molder, Union Foundry, dwl 557 

Mission 
Cannon James, with Charles Harley & Co. dwl 

foot Stockton 
Cannon J. H. dwl International Hotel 
Cannon John, express wagon, dwl 18 Natoma 
Cannon Joliu, wheelwright with Kimball & Co. 

dwl 308 Jessie 
Cannon Oliver F. teamster, NW cor Front and 

Pine, dwl NE cor Folsom and Shotwell 
Cannon Patrick, laborer, dwl 138 Stevenson 
Cannon Patrick, porter with J. Peirce, 417 Cal 
Cannon Thomas, bar keeper, dwl 64 Natoma 
Cannon William, butcher with Mrs. M. O'Brian 
Canny Thomas, teamster with James McDevitt, dwl 

W s Sansom bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Canoi Guiseppe, Vegetable (harden nr Bay View 

Park 
Canon Catharine Mrs. dwl 34 Hinckley 
Cantes George, bar keeper, dwl NW cor Kearny 

and Jackson 
Cantfield Richard, laborer, dwl S s Twelfth nr Fol- 
som 
CANTIN (J. P.) & EVERETT (A. F.) stock and 

exchange brokers, 614 Mont, dwl 6 Garden 
Cantrell George, machinist, Fulton Foundry, dwl 

260 Tehama 
Cantrell Joseph B. tinsmith with Locke & Monta- 
gue, dwl 260 Tehama 
Cantrell Thomas G. machinist with Devoe, Dins- 
more &. Co. dwl E 8 Larkin bet Bush and Pine 
Cantrell Wm. B. sash maker with Jae. Brokaw, 

dwl 220 Tehama 
Cantrowith Joseph, porter with H. Cohn & Co. 

dwl 3 William 
Cantus George, bar keeper, dwl Vigilant Engine 

House 
Cantwell Kate Miss, domestic, dwl 1413 Powell 
CANTY (Daniel) Si. WAGNER ^IFj/ZtV/my man- 
ufacturing and retail confectioners, 113 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 3 Mas(m 
Canty John, cook, dwl 212 Third 
Canty Michael, laborei, dwl 28 Louisa 



Canty Thomas, laborer, dwl 328 Third, rear 
Canty Timothy, tailor, 548 Wash, dwl 536 Wash 
Cantv William W. boiler maker with Cofley & Ris- 

don, dwl 408 Market 
Cany Edward dwl 5.'52 Mission 
Capatorno G. fish, 2 Washington Fish Market 
Caplice John, laborer, dwl 217 Jessie 
Capp Charles S. attorney at law, office 543 Clay, 

dwl SE cor Monroe Avenue and McAllister 
Cappell J. R. conductor, Omnibus Railroad Co 
Capprice Joseph (Gould Sf C.) dwl 17 Bernard bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Caprera Charles, porter, 204 Battery 
Captoe William, blacksmith, dwl 323 Pine 
Capurro Giuseppe, engineer with D. Ghirardelli & 

Co. 417 JacKson 
Caradine Sarah Mrs. dwl 34 Folsom 
Caratfa Dominico & Co. (Raggio Girolamo) Grenoa 

Bakery, 1309 Dupont 
Caraso Charles, "ardener nr Bay View Park 
Carazo Luis, clerk with Hellmann Brothers & Co. 

dwl 18 Ellis 
Carberry John, tailor with Archibald McArthur, 

dwl 290 Jessie 
Carbine Patrick, shoe maker, dwl W s Kearny bet 

Sutter and Bush 
Carbray John, dwl 560 Howard 
Card George, driver, dwl SE cor Harrison and Main 
CARD R. & CO. poultry and game, 62 and 63 

Washington Market, dwl 321 Sutter 
Card Stephen, president Saucelito Water and Steam 

Tug Co. office 326 Clay 
Cardenasso Joseph (Maulette Sf C) dwl SE cor 

Merchant and Sansom 
Cardiff Miles, boots and shoes, 513 Bryant 
Cardiff Richard J. (Kerrigan ^ C.J dwl NW cor 

Minna and Jane 
Cardillo Guiseppe, 7 Washington Fish Market 
Cardinell John A. deputy constable Sixth Town- 
ship, Mission Dolores, office and dwl W s Val- 
encia nr Sixteenth 
Cardinell W. Henry, calker, dwl 30 Frederick 
Cardinet Emile H. fish, 25-28 Washington Market, 

dwl NE cor Taylor and Lombard 
Carera Francolini, dwl 1114 Stockton 
Carete Jean Baptiste, laundryman with Parfait 

Lemaitre 
Carew Thomas, drayman, 300 Battery, dwl NE cor 

Fell and Octavi'a 
Carey Ann Miss, domestic with William P. Taaffe 
Carey Annie Miss, domestic, dwl 704 Powell 
Carey Cornelius, drayman, U. S. Appraiser's Store, 

dwl E 8 Taylor bet Post and Geary 
Carey Eliza Mi'ss, domestic, 923 Howard 
Carey Ellen Miss, domestic with Selden S. Wright 
Carey Henry M. wagon maker with Casebolt & Co. 

awl W s Dora nr Harrison 
Carey John, laborer, Spring Valley W. W. Co 
Carey Joseph W. boatman, dwl 429 Union 
Carey Kate Miss, domestic, SE cor Ellis and Mason 
Carey M. A. Miss, dress maker, 127 Montgomery 
Carey Margaret Miss, dress maker, dwl 8 Everett 
Carey Michael, laborer. Fort Point 
Carey Michael, teamster with M. P. Sessions, dwl 

12 Clarence Place 
Carey Michael, waterman, dwl 8 Everett 
Carey Peter, bricklayer, dwl 48 Clementina 
Carey Sarah Miss, domestic with Selden S. Wright 
Carey Thomas, bricklayer, dwl cor Lombard and 

Franklin 
Carey, see Cary 

Carick Richard, fireman, dwl 1150 Folsom 
Carignan Adolph, dwl NW cor Jane and Jlinna 
Carity Madelaine Mrs. dress maker, 212 Third 
Carl Kate Miss, domestic, dwl 1100 Pine 
CARLE (A. J.J & GORLEY (H. A.) auction and 
commission merchants, 724 and 726 Montgom- 
ery, dwl W 8 Montgomery between Pacific and 
Broadway 



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Carle Edward, porter with Scholle & Urothere, 409 

Sacramento, dwl 615 Market 
Cnrliii Daniel, porter with Dickinson & Ganimang 
Cailin IIuj;h P. niaehinisl, Sau Franciuco Iron 

Works, dwl TiO Natonia 
Carlin Marfj^aret JIin8, domestic, 728 Sutter 
Carlin William, blacksmith, 704 Broadway, dwl 440 

Union 
Carlin William, porter with Dickinson &. Gammans, 

dwl N B Turk nr Polk 
Carlisle fJeorKc, bar keeper, dwl S b Bernard bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Carlisle M. W. waiter, steamer Pacific 
Carlisle S. real estate, dwl 5 Dixon's Block 
Carlisle W. E. steward, steamer Pacific 
Carlo William, gvmnast, Wilson's Circus, dwl 

American Exchange 
Carlos Tiburcio, saddlery, 525 Pacific 
Carlson Gustav A. boot maker, dwl 038 Pacific 
Carlson Hans H. T. seaman, bds 7 Washington 
Carlson John, seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 
Carlton C. A. machinist, dwl 318 Davis 
Carlton Charles, laborer, dwl 318 Davis 
CARLTON (Charles C.J & HARRIS (Edwin) 

Carlton's Warehouse, 16-22 Beale, dwl 820 

Howard 
Carlton Cook, dwl St. Lawrence House 
Carlton E. B. (widow) dress and cloak maker, dwl 

129 Second 
Carlton F. D. capitalist, office 39 Montgomery Block, 

dwl Lick House 
Carlton George W. clerk, Carlton's Warehouse, 

dwl 64 Tenama 
Carlton Harriet C. (widow) furnished rooms, 327 

aiul 329 Bush 
CARLTON HENRY jr. agent Bay Sugar Refin- 
ery, otfice NE cor Calil'ornia and Front, dwl 

570 Harrison 
Carlton H. P. assistant State Normal School, dwl 

428 Natoma 
Carlton ( Oliver B.) <fc Co. (George W. Kimball J 

fish, 34 MetropoUtan Market, dwl 321 Ritch 
Carlton Silas M. (Healy, Carlton <5|' Co. J 429 Pine 
Carlton William B. clerk with L. B. Benchley & 

Co. dwl 329 Bush 
Carlton, see Carleton 
Carlyle John, dwl 331 Bush 
Carmach Bernard, peddler, dwl 132 Sutter, rear 
Carmacli Herman, dwl 132 Sutter, rear 
Carmach Lotta (widow) dwl 132 Sutter, rear 
Carmach Louis, tailor, dwl 132 Sutter, rear 
Carinan B. book keeper, office and dwl 719 Clay 
Carman Mary, dwl SW cor Pacific and Front 
Carman Walter, propertyman, Wilson's Circus 
Carman William, physician, office and dwl 616 

Howard 
Carmany Cyrus W. secretary Savings and Loan 

Society, dwl 621 Clay 
Carmany John H. printer with Towne & Bacon, 

dwl 621 Clay 
Carmatz Adolph, watchmaker, 707 Clay, dwl 627 

Green 
Carmelich Frank, cook, dwl 515 Sacramento 
Carmelich George, saddler and harness maker, 230 

Sansora, dwl 513 Pine 
Carmichael John, contractor, dwl 131 Stevenson 
Carmichael William, blacksmith, dwl E s Brooks nr 

Geary 
Carmichael William, drayman, Battery nr Green 
Cam Daniel, dwl 407 Tehama 
Carnap Robert F. book keeper, dwl W 8 Garden 

bet Harrison and Bryant 
Camaud Julius, teacher music, dwl 1013 Stockton 
Caruaud S. musician, dwl 1013 Stockton 
Carnduff Samuel, laborer, dwl S s Clary nr Fifth 
Carnell Richard, fruits, 129 Kearny, dwl 23 Geary 
Camepa Augustus, with Vincent Squarza, 120 Leid 
Carnes George A. City Letter Express, office SE 

cor Sansom and Wash, dwl 528 Bush, rear 



Carnes Thomas, roofer, dwl Manhattan Engine 

House 
Carney Isabella Miss, domestic, dwl 1502 Taylor 
Carnody Joseph, laborer, bds Franklin House, SW 

cor Siinsom and Broadway 
Caro Heyman, dwl 54 Third 
Caro Louis (Nir/ioh t\- Co. J dwl 642 Mission 
Caro Samuel, dotliing, 54 Third, dwl 708 Howard 
Caro Wolf, dwl 263 Stevenson 
CAROLIN (James) & McARDLE (Patrick) Sun 

Burst Liquor Saloon, dwl 215 Tehama 
Carotliy J. B. cook. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Carothy Joseph, butcher. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Carpenter A. 1). master steamer Princess, dwl 1020 

Jackson 
Cai-penter Charles, driver. North Beach & M. R. R 
Carpenter Daniel, painter, dwl 327 Dupont 
Carpenter Dyer A. clerk with Samuel I. C. Swezey, 

dwl 1020 Jackson 
Carpenter Edmund P. jeweler with R. B. Gray & 

Co. dwl 32 John 
Carpenter Geo. W. brass finisher, dwl 1109 Kearny 
Carpenter G. W. book keeper. Pier 4 Stewart, dwl 

331 Second 
Carpenter Isaac W. compositor, Hebrew, dwl Morse 

nr Bush 
Carpenter James M. machinist. Pacific Foundry, 

dwl 118 Natoma 
Carpenter Kate, domestic, 757 Howard 
Carpenter Noah, dwl 1107 Kearny 
Carpenter P. printer, dwl 4 Brown Alley 
Carpenter Sarah F. dwl 1112 Leavenworth 
Carpenter William L. compositor, Evening Bulletin, 

dwl S s Bernard nr Leavenworth 
Carpenter William H. saloon keeper, dwl 402 Stock 
Carpenter William L. ( T. C. Hanson Sf Co.) dwl 

832 Market 
Carpenter W. T. machinist, dwl 109 Minna 
Carpentier Edward R. (Clarke if C.) attorney at 

law, office 606 Washington, dwl NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Jlarket 
CARPENTIER H. W. president California State 

Telegraph Co. office 507 Montgomery, res Oak- 
land 
Carpin J. drayman, 623 Sansom 
Carpine Patrick, boot fitter, dwl 219 Kearny 
Carr Ann Miss, domestic, dwl 1019 Washington 
Carr Annie Miss, with John Searls, dwl S s Union 

bet Hyde and Larkin 
Carr Charles, butcher with W. D. Litchfield, dwl 

cor Folsom and First 
Carr C. L. dwl International Hotel 
Carr Henry, porter, 219 Front, dwl 1407 Powell 
Carr J. I. carpenter, dwl 116 Sansom 
Carr John, hostler, dwl 1432 Stockton 
Carr John F. book keeper with G. B. & I. H. 

Knowles, dwl 315 Geary 
Carr Joseph, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Carr J. Thurston, salesman with Stone & Hayden, 

dwl 224 Minna 
Carr J. Tyler (Littlefeld, Webb Sr Co.) dwl 509 

Bush bet Dupont and Stockton 
Carr Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 810 Vallejo 
Carr M. t). & Co. (Andrew J Barkley) book and 

job printing, 410 Clay, dwl 1016 Pine 
Carr Michael, deckhand, stm Cornelia 
Carr Michael, fireman, stm Cornelia 
Carr Osmar, cook, stm Golden City, dwl 234 Minna 
Carr Patrick, soap maker, dwl 22 Valparaiso 
Carr Samuel, witn Wm. J. Cowen, 50O Battery 
Carr Sarah Miss, domestic, 206 Eddy 
Carr Thomas, longshoreman, dwl SW cor Kearny 

and Bay 
Carr William, gardener, dwl 818 Folsom, rear 
Carr William, waiter. Occidental Hotel, dwl 2 Clem- 
entina 
Carr William B. contractor, dwl 542 Bryant 
Carrabene John, plasterer, dwl N 8 Brannan near 

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Carrau (Joseph) & Rosa (Adolph) butchers, 8 New 

Market, dwl 1229 Mission 
Carrens Thomas, eeanian, stm Senator 
Carrere Adolplins, clerk with H. Schroder &. Co. 

dwl N 8 Vallejo bet Dupont and Stockton 
Carrick Daniel, sailor, dwl 134 Stevenson 
Carrick James R. lather, dwl 312 Clementina 
Carrick John, lather, dwl 312 Clementina 
CARRIE JOSEPH A. & CO. books, blank books, 

stationery, etc. 402 and 404 Battery, dwl 808 

Foleom 
CARRIERS' UNION ASSOCIATION, rooms 528 

Clay 
Carrimin Adolphe, clerk with M. Keller, dwl 130 

Minna 
Carrigan Andrew jr. salesman with Conroy & 

O'Connor, dwl 608 Geary 
Carrigan Daniel, workman, S. F. «fe P. Sugar Co. 

dwl E a Kate nr Bryant 
Carrigan Edward, cooper, dwl W s Chesley nr Har- 

rfson 
Carrigan Ellen, domestic, dwl 840 Mission 
Carrigan John, laborer, dwl S s Stevenson bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Carrigan Patrick, laborer, dwl 8 Lick Alley 
Carrigan Peter, boiler maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 24 Perry 
Carrigan Simon, carpenter, dwl NE cor Hyde and 

Union { 

Carrigan Susan A. Miss, milliner with Mrs. M. A. 

Butler, dwl W s Chelsev nr Harrison 
Carrigan, see Corrigan and kerrigan 
Carrifio R. P. molder, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 38 

Tehama 
Carrington William, real estate, dwl W s Oneida 

Place 
Carrion Rosallio, waiter, dwl N s Vallejo bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Carrique Edward, messenger, Phoenix Insurance 

Co. 605 Commercial, dwl 168 Silver 
Carristy Rena, liquor saloon, S s Sixteenth between 

Guerrero and Dolores 
Carrol James, workman with W. Hall, Old San 

Jos6 Road, county line 
Carrol Patrick ( Winkleman Sf C.J dwl Beale bet 

Bryant and Harrison 
Carrol Patrick, laborer, dwl NE corner Pacific and 

Fi-ont 
Carroll A. G. Miss, millinery, 24 Kearny 
Carroll Andrew, fireman, Afoses Taylor, dwl Cen- 
tral House, 814 Sansom 
Carroll Ann Miss, domestic, dwl 9.33 Sacramento 
Carroll Ann (widow) dwl 24 Kearny 
Carroll Anna Miss, domestic, dwl 1419 Taylor 
Carroll Bridget, domestic, 403 Folsom 
Carroll Dennis, Pacific Engine Co. No. 8 
Carroll David, laborer, dwl N s Pine nr Kearny 
Carroll Dennis, laborer, dwl E s Cemetery Avenue 

bet Sutter and Post 
Carroll Edward (B. F. Barton 4- Co. J dwl 331 

Folsom 
Carroll Eliza Miss, domestic, 106 O'Farrell 
Carroll Eliza Miss, domestic, dwl .vJ2 Third 
Carroll Ellen Miss, domestic, 869 Mission 
CaiToll Frank, waiter, Clipper Restaurant, dwl 214 

Green 
Carroll Henry (col'd) (Brown S,- C.J dwl NE cor 

Third and Stevenson 
Carroll James, clerk, bds Tremont House 
Carroll James, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Carroll James, liquor saloon, dwl 215 Tehama 
Carroll James, salesman with W. W. Traylor, dwi 

539 California 
Carroll J. B. boiler maker, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

3 Berry 
Carroll Jeremiah, boiler maker with Coffey & Ris- 

don, dwl N s Fulton nr .Jeffereon Avenue 
Carroll John, dwl 331 Fremont 
Carroll John, Tiger Engine Co. No. 14 



Carroll John, with J. W. Brittan &. Co. dwl Union 

Place 
Carroll John, with Thomas Connolly, dwl 920 

Howard 
Carroll John, blacksmith, dwl Washington Hose Co. 

No. 1 
Carroll John, blacksmith, N. B. &. Mission R. R. Co 
CARROLL JOHN, importer and jobber wines and 

liiiuors, 305 and 307 Front, dwl 12 Clementina 
Carroll John, laborer, dwl 331 Bush 
Carroll John, laborer, dwl SW cor Madison Avenue 

and Hayes 
Carroll John, laborer, dwl E s Jasper Place 
Carroll John, lamp lighter, San Francisco Gas Co. 

dwl 509 Howard 
Carroll John, peddler fruit and vegetables, dwl N h 

Vale bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Carroll John A. dwl 731 Clay 
Carroll John C. Eureka Bakery, 5 Jessie 
Carroll John F. with R. A. Swain & Co. dwl Tiger 

Engine House 
Carroll Joseph, book keeper, dwl cor Clay and Bren- 

ham Place 
Carroll Katie Miss, dwl 272 Minna 
Carroll Luke W. marble cutter, 67 Fourth, dwl 324 

Vallejo bet Sansom and Montgomery 
Can'oll Margaret Miss, domestic, NW cor Stockton 

and Sutter 
Carroll Margaret (widow, col'd) dwl 7 Brooklyn 

Place 
Carroll Martin, drayman with J. W. Brittan &. Co. 

dwl 1521 Dupont 
Carroll Martin, laborer with Conroy & Tobin 
Carroll Mary Mrs. domestic, NW cor Grove and 

Polk 
Carroll Mary Mrs. domestic, dwl 252 Fourth 
Carroll Mary E. Mrs. assistant matron, Protestant 

Orphan Asylum 
Carroll Michael, boatman. Fort Point 
Carroll Michael, boot mkr, 646 Com, dwl 2 Varenne 
Carroll Michael T. stone cutter, dwl 324 Vallejo bet 

Montgomery and Sansom 
Carroll Owen, machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwelling 

Hubbard bet First and Second 
Carroll (Patrick J &. Brother (Thomas Carroll J 

froceries and liquors, NE cor Third and Minna, 
wl 119 Third 
CaiToll Patrick, book keeper with Daniel Jordan, 

dwl 132 Fourth 
Carroll Patrick, hostler with F. Collier, dwl 550 

Geary 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Second nr Market 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, dwl cor Greenwich and 

Montgomery 
Carroll Patrick, stone cutter, dwl 324 Vallejo, rear 
Carroll Patrick, track repairer, San Francisco &. 

San Jo86 R. R. Co 
CaiToll Patrick, watchman, 655 Sacramento, dwl 

695 Geary 
Carroll P. N.'laborer, S. F. & San Jos6 R. R. Co 
Carroll Richard, groceries and liquors, SW cor Har- 
rison and Garden 
Carroll Richard T. salesman with John Carroll, dwl 

12 Clementina 
Carroll Thomas (Carroll Sr Bro.) dwl 119 Third 
Carroll Thomas, laborer with Conroy & Tobin 
Carroll "rhomas Mrs. with Dr. Henry Austin 
Carroll William, book keeper with John Carroll, 

dwl 12 Clementina 
Carroll William, driver with William P. Henderson, 

1 Metropolitan Market 
Carroll William, laborer, dwl 335 Broadway 
Carroll William, livery stable, dwl 815 Broadway 
Carruth Frank, photographer with Bradley & Ru- 

lofson, 429 Montgomery 
Carrnthers George (Eckert Sf C.J dwl E s Yerba 

Buena nr Clay 
Carruthers John, with John S. Manson, dwl Yerba 

Buena nr Clay 



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Carrutliers Matthew, produce, 203 Washington, dwl 

115 Kearny 
CarHon lU'iiiiifd, card encrraver, 539 Saci-ainento, 

dwlll5r..st 
Carson Frederick, cook, dwl 923 Kearny 
Carson James G. clerk with E. J. I'ringle, dwl 115 

Post 
Carson John, dwl 19 Natoma 
Carson John, boardinjir, l" and 12 Anthony 
Carson John, Ki-ocericH and liijuors, op Pru'o House 
Carson Joiin, nropertynian, Wilson's Circun 
Carson John G. bladksinith, Pennsylvania Engine 

Co. No. 12 
Cm-son JIatiliew N. carpenter, dwl 22 Bitch 
Carson M. T. Mrs. dwl 110 Taylor 
Carson Knth A. (widow) dwl 5 Fourth 
Carson William (Dulbeer Sf Co.) dwl Eureka Hotel 
Ciirson Williuni, plumber, dwl 225 Minna 
Cai-son W. S. Eureka Restaurant, 116 Jacksou 
l.'ai-Ks Kobert. dwl 49 Louisa 
Carsten Frederick, emnloy(5. Bay Sugar Refinery, 

dwl S s Union bet Battery and Sansom 
Carsten Frederick, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Bush and Dupont 
Carsten Peter, laborer. Bay Sugar Refinery, dwl 19 

Hinckley 
Carswell David, painter, dwl 103 Dupont 
Carswell George W. salesman with Tubbs & Co. 

dwl 7 Kitch 
Carswell John D. printer with Frank Eastman, dwl 

117 Second 
Cartage Edward, laborer, dwl 26 Stewart 
Carter Abraham, clerk, S. F. Gas Works, dwl 7 Ritch 
Carter Braiuard, baker, dwl 18 Natoma 
Carter C C. dwl 8J0 Howard 
Carter Charles, plasterer, Ne Olive Avenue nr Van 

Ness Avenue 
CARTER CHARLES D. real estate agent, oflSce 

610 Merchant, dwl 1307 Tavlor 
Carter Charles AV. seaman, dwl 238 Stewart 
Carter Chester, dwl 1705 Dupont 
Carter Edward, laborer with Edward J. Quirk 
Carter Frederick S. mining secretary, office 315 

Montgomery, dwl 610 Mason 
Carter George (col'd) dwl 1512 Mason 
Carter George (col'd) waiter, N s Dupont Alley 
Carter George B. (col'd) waiter, stm Chrysopoiis 
Carter George R. ( Treadwell ^ Co. J res Oakland 
Carter George W. carpenter, dwl N s Green bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Carter H. employe". Occidental Hotel 
Carter Henry, salt packer, dwl 115 First 
Carter Hyland K. dwl 777 Market 
Carter James, millwright, dwl 1514 Dupont 
Caiter James E. produce, bds Tremont House 
Carter James M. carpenter, dwl NE cor Lombard 

and Jones 
Carter James W. (col'd) messenger, U. S. Clothing 

Depot, 34 California 
Carter John, dwl 210 Harrison 
Carter John, dwl 1415 Dupont 
Carter John, bar tender, cor O'Farrell and Dupont 
Carter John, calker, dwl 605 Third 
Carter John, groceries and liquors, NW cor Dupont 

and O'Farrell 
Carter John, hostler, dwl 1332 Stockton 
Carter John T. book keeper, 310 Battery, dwl 610 

Mason 
Carter John Warren, book keeper with R. & J. 

Morton, dwl 610 Mason 
Carter L. Mrs. principal Six Mile School, Old San 

Jose Road 
Carter Louis, real estate, dwl 405 Hyde 
Carter M. H. drayman with Armes & Dallam, 217 

Sacramento, &wl 663 Mission 
Carter Peter, book keeper, Spring Valley W. W. 

Co. dwl 1213 Kearny 
Carter Richard, tailor with Frank Elwell, dwl 567 

Mission 



Carter Robert W. bouse broker and real estate agent, 
713 Montgomery, dwl NW cor Jones and Pine 

Carter Siiiioii, laborer, dwl 141 Shipley, rear 

Carter A\'illiam H. drayman, 217 Sansom 

Carteron Constance, liquors, 605 Sansom 

Carthcut James L. (Handy Sf C.) dwl 27 Stone 

Cartier ( Victor) & Co. (E. Laerampe) lapidaries, 
532 Broadway, rear 

Cartmell James, with B. Morris & Co. dwelling 16 
Ecker 

Cartmell Margaret (widow) dwl 16 Ecker 

Carto Benjamin, carpenter, dwl N s Hayes nr Oc- 
tavia 

Carton James, clerk, 1 Washington Market, dwl 
Brooklyn Hotel 

Cartwright Thomes, driver with Bradshaw & Co. 
dwl 6.33 Market 

Carty Anthony, dwl 216 Washington 

Carty Paul, local policeman, dwl cor Montgomery 
and Chestnut 

Carubino (P.) & Louis (Frank) coffee saloon, 939 
Kearny 

Carvalho Charles T. Chinese interpreter, dwl 1120 
Howard 

Carver John, clerk, NW cor Dupont and O'Farrell 

Carvill Orrin S. (Pollard Sf C.) 37 and 39 Webb 

Cary Bridget Miss, dwl N s Harrison nr Sixth 

Cary E. \\'. dwl 260 Clary 

Cary Isaac G. (col'd) barCer, 640 Clay 

CARY JAMES C. attorney at law, office NW cor 
Montgomery and Merchant, dwl 20 Tehama 

Cary John, porter, 215 Front, dwl 617 Geary 

Cary J. W. teacher assaying, dwl 77 Fourth 

Cary 31. Miss, seamstress, dwl 662 Howard 

Cary Mary (widow) dwl 151 Natoma 

Cary Mary (widow) dwl 108 Pacific 

Cary S. D. solicitor. Union Insurance Co. 416 Cali- 
fornia, dwl Vallejo nr Taylor 

Cary William, groom with G. S. Banks & Co. dwl 
St. Charles Hotel 

Cary, see Carey 

Casa Martin, dwl nr Bay View Park 

Casanova Eugene, porter with F. Daneri & Co. 419 
Jackson, dwl 502 Vallejo 

Casanova Henry (F. Daneri 4* Co.) dwl S a Union 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Casares Peter, blacksmith with Mangeot &■ Rich- 
ard, dwl E 8 Stockton bet Jackson and Pacific 

Casares Thomas, blacksmith with Mangeot & Rich- 
ard, dwl E 8 Stockton bet Jackson and Pacific 

Casassa Andrea, bar keeper, 120 Leidesdorff, dwl 
Garibaldi House 

Case Charles A. coal oil, dwl 728 Market 

Case Elijah, merchant, dwl 502 Sutter 

Case George A. book keeper with Stephen Smith, 
dwl 502 Sutter 

Case George A. job wagon, SW cor Washington 
and Montgomery, dw'l 1606 Larkin 

Case George F. cleiTf, 42 Clay, dwl 1606 Larkin 

Case Oscar L. painter, dwl 2-.i3 Sacramento 

Case Russell, clerk with Hooker & Co. 117 Califor- 
nia, dwl 114 Geary 

CASEBOLT GEORGE T. & CO. importers and 
jobbers carriage materials, c»ach trimmings, and 
hardware, 21:> and 214 Pine, dwl NW cor Fifth 
and Stevenson 

Casebolt H. & Co. car builders and manufacturers 
and importers carriages, SW cor Market and 
Fifth 

Casebolt Ira J. blacksmith with H. Casebolt & Co. 
dwl 145 Fourth 

Casebolt J. D. salesman, 214 Pine, dwl 3 Howard 
Court 

Casebolt M. A. Miss, assistant, Powell Street 
School, dwl NW cor Fifth and Stevenson 

Casedebeck Joseph, workman with P. Somp, Visi- 
tacion Valley 

Caseli Alexander, office Pioche & Bayerque, dwl 
403 California 



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Casen Isaac, laborer, dwl W s Wasbington Avenue 

nr Precita Avenue 
Caser William, dwl 447 Natoma 
Casey Bridget (widow) dwl 209 Tehama 
Casey Daniel, with H. Casebolt &. Co. dwl 267 

Clara 
Casev Daniel, laborer, dwl N s Broadway bet 

Sloiitgomery and Kearny 
Casey Daniel J. blacksmith with Black & Miller, 

awl VV 8 Washington Avenue bet Mission and 

Howard 
Casey Daniel H. hatter with W. F. Coupland, dwl 

IS^W cor Ellis and Leavenworth 
Casev Edward W. secretary City Railroad Co. 

office 326 Clay, dwl 325 Fifth 
Casey Ellen MissJ domestic, dwl 315 Clementina 
Casey Eugene M. plumber, dwl 12 Everett 
Casey Frank, laborer, dwl N s Liberty nr Guerrero 
Casey Henry, clerk, County Recorder, dwl 435 

Eddy 
Casev James, job wagon, NW cor Mission and 

third, dwl 129 Stevenson 
Casey James, laborer, dwl 52 Everett 
Casey James, watchman, steamer Orizaba 
Casey Jennie Miss, domestic, dwl W s Crook bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
Casey Johanna (widow) dwl 49 Everett 
Casey John, laborer with George Hotte 
Casey John, milker with Murray &. Noble 
Casey John, painter with J. Donovan, 312 Davis 
Casey John, stevedore, dwl 511 Mission 
Casey John, teamster with Heman W. Massey, 32 

Market 
Casey Joseph, tailor, dwl NW cor Ellis and Leav- 

enwortu 
Casey Margaret Miss, domestic, Franklin House, 

SW cor Sansom and Broadway 
Casey Margaret (widow) dwl W s Salmon bet Ma- 
son and Taylor 
Casey Mary Miss, domestic, 22 Hawthorne 
Casey Mary Miss, domestic, 33 Natoma 
Casey Mary Miss, dress maker with Madame An- 
gler, dwl 38 Natoma 
Casey Jlichael, carpenter, dwl 610 Leavenworth 
Casey Michael, porter, St. Mary's College 
Casey Owen, carpenter, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

S s Harrison nr Eighth 
Casey Owen, groom, dwl 62 Minna 
Casev Patrick, workman, S. F. dt P. Sugar Co. dwl 

t 8 Nevada nr Eleventh 
Casev Patrick J. painter with James R. Kelly, dwl 

38 Natoma 
Casey P. C. liquor saloon, 930 Market 
Casey Richard, carpenter, dwl 38 Natoma 
Casey Robert, waterman, 609 Market 
Casey Sarah Miss, domestic, dwl 716 Pine 
Casey Thomas, carpenter with S. S. Culverwell, 

dwl 267 Third 
Casey Thomas, brick contractor, dwl 139 Shipley 
Casev Thomas, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

flarrison nr Eighth 
Casey Thomas, laborer, S. F. &• San Josd R. R. Co 
Casey Thomas, tinsmith, dwl 736 Market 
Casey Wilham, helper with David Stoddart, dwl 

cor Second and Minna 
Cash George, with E. White &. Co. 114 Dupont 
Cash Samuel, bolt cutter, Miners' Foundry, dwl S s 

Howard bet First and Second 
Casha Kate, chambermaid, American Exchange 
Casham Beujamin, laborer with W. H. Kentzel, 

dwl S 8 Vallejo bet Montgomery and Keaniy 
Cashell Frank, laborer, Mission Street Wharf, dwl 

S 6 Vallejo bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Cashman D. conductor. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Cashman Dennis, laborer, dwl 8 Silver 
Cashman John, dwl 905 Howard 
Cashman John sr. dwl 905 Howard 
Cashman Theodore, machinist apprentice, Vulcan 

Iron Works, dwl 905 Howard 



Cashman William, metal roofer with John Kehoe, 

228 Bush 
Cashman William F. C Sullivan ^- C.) dwl 626 

California 
Casinolo Antonio, laborer, dwl Garibaldi House, 

NE cor Broadway and Sansom 
Caskey John, ship carpenter, dwl 630 Second 
Casner Jonas (L. Geiisler Sf Co. J dwl 221 Minna 
Cason Joseph (colored) hair dresser with Robert C. 

Franklin, dwl 308 Third 
Caspar Israel & Co. (Julius Lippmann) cigar man- 
ufacturers, 526 Merchant 
Casper John C. painter, dwl 28 Sansom 
Caspereon Martin, upholsterer, dwl 626 California 
Cass Margaret Miss, domestic, 200 Ellis 
Cassaccia Henry, laborer, dwl Union bet Green and 

Vallejo 
Cassans Henry, job wagon, cor Market and Geary, 

dwl 607 Greenwich 
Cassas F. B. delivery clerk P. O. dwl 1009 Powell 
Cassassa Charles, dwl 515 Union 
Cassassa Rolando, drayman, dwl E s Union Place 
Cassebeer Herman, cashier Pacific Museum, dwl 

607 Pine 
Cassebohm William, accountant with Morris Speyer, 

dwl 139 Silver 
Cassell Joseph, bricklayer, dwl 49 Clementina 
Cassen Henry, furniture wagon, dwl 607 Green- 
wich, rear 
Cassen Isaac, laborer, dwl Presidio Valley 
CASSERLY (Eugene) Si. BARNES (William H. 

L.J attorneys at law, office 436 California, dwl 

410 Harrison 
Casserly Patrick, contractor, dwl SW cor Pulton 

and Laguna 
Casserly Patrick, hackman. Plaza 
Casserly Patrick, liquor saloon, dwl SW cor Clinton 

Avenue and Fulton 
Cassey James, express wagon, cor Mission and Third 
Cashnel Maximilian, physician, St. Mary's Hospital 
Cassiara Dominick, porter, 623 Commercial 
CasBidy B. stone cutter, Eureka Hose Co. No. 4 
Cassidy Catherine (widow) furnished rooms, 110 

Kearny 
Cassidy Edward, butcher with W. D. Litchfield, 

dwl 116 St. Mark Place 
Cassidy Ellen (widow) dwl E s Vincent nr Union 
Cassidy Frank, miner, dwl 213 Tehama 
Cassidy Hugh, carpenter, dwl N s Presidio Road nr 

Fillmore 
Cassidy Hugh, fireman. Mission Woolen Mills 
Cassidy Hugh, laborer, dwl W s Ritter nr Harrison 
Cassidy James, metal roofer with John Kehoe, 228 

Bush 
Cassidy John, hostler, 328 Bush 
Cassidy John, laborer, dwl 25 Everett 
Cassidy John, waiter, dwl 3 Hunt 
Cassidy John C. dwl 634 Sacramento 
Cassidy John J. waiter, Empire State Restaurant, 

dwl 126 Bush 
Cassidy Margaret Miss, domestic, E s Montgomery 

bet Green and Union 
Cassidy Mary Miss, domestic, 704 Howard 
Cassidy Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 531 Union 
Cassidy Philip, job wagon, cor IMissionand Stewart, 

dwl E s Gilbert nr Brannan, rear 
Cassidy Richard, fireman. Crescent Engine Co. 

No. 10 
Cassidy Sarah, employ^, Occidental Hotel 
Cassie William, waterman, dwl 69 Stevenson 
Caesimer Jean, dwl 102 St. Mark Place 
Cassin Ann Miss, domestic, SE cor Jones and Sutter 
Cassin Francis, wholesale wines and liquors and 

manufacturer syrups and cordials, 620 Front, 

dwl 42 Natoma 
Cassin Mary Miss, music teacher, dwl 42 Natoma 
Cassin Martin, sexton St. Bridget's Church, SW cor 

Broadway and Van Ness Avenue 
Cassin Martin, shoe maker, 910 Market 



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Casein Marv Ann Miss, domestic, 721 Geary 
Cassin Micliael, spinner, Woolen Mills, dwl with 

P. L. Murphy, E s Howard het Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Casson John P. workman with Levi Bros. Bay View 
Cusson Peter it Co. ( Vincent PefaurJ milk ranch, 

nr Bay View Pitrk 
Casson Pierre, workman with Levi Bros. Bay View 
Cassoii P. importer cif,'ars, 711 San, dwl .WG Wash 
Cassuben Ernest, with Louis Frincke, 423 Bush 
Cassule Jean, j^rdener, N s Tyler nr Webster 
Casta^net Dominique, groceries and liquors, 709 

Broadway 
Casta^rnetto I'ietro, liquor saloon, 609 Pacific 
Casta>:nino Emanuel, carpenter, dwl 8 Harwood 

Alley 
CastH^nino Lazzaro, carpenter, dwl 8 Harwood Al 
Castaneda Jesus, dwl 1125 Powell 
Castany Antonio, saddles and harness, 583 Market 
Castetnietto Peter, drayman, dwl 506 Greea 
Cu.stel F. C. furniture, 811 Clav 
Ca!<tello W. mason, Spring Valley Water Works 
Castelo Cipriana C. dwl 826 Vallejo 
Castelow William, confectioner with C. H. Mercer, 

518 Kearny, dwl 126 Minna 
Castera Charles, hair dressing saloon, 1026 Dupont 
Casterlo Bridget, domestic, dwl 264i Stevenson 
Castillo T. dwl 8 0' Farrell 
CASTLE BROTHERS ( Frederick L. and Michael 

Castle) wholesale grocers, 213 and 215 Front, 

dwl 1115 Stockton 
Castle Charles, engineer Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

W 8 Second nr Brannau 
Castle Dwight H. stencil cutter, 260 First 
Castle Michael f Castle Bros. J dwl S s Lombard bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Castle Nicholas, carrier, Al*a California, dwl E e 

Capp bet Nineteenth mid Twentieth 
Castle Stephen W. dry goods, 819 Montgomery 
Castleas John, teamster, Mission Express, bds with 

James Borland 
Castner Frederic S. laborer, dwl W s Tennessee nr 

Solano 
Castner William H. ship carpenter with John G. 

North, dwl W s Tennessee nr Solano 
Casto J. E. cooper, dwl 32 Rousch 
Castorene Pagquale, bar keeper, Lafayette Hook and 

Ladder Co. No. 2 
Castree David B. (Byrne Sf C.j dwl SW cor 

Howard and Twellth 
Castro Gnibel, dwl SW cor Guerrero and Sixteenth 
Castro Luis, surveyor, dwl 469 Jessie 
Castro Manuel, dwl cor Clay and Brenham Place 
Castro Timothy, cooper, S.F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

Rousch nr Folsom 
Caswell Alfred M. fruits, 267 Third 
Caswell George E. salesman, 308 Battery, dwl 42 

Everett 
Caswell Samuel P. merchant, dwl 632 Market 
Caswell William, laborer, dwl N s Bryant bet First 

and Fremont 
Cataliua Consolidated G. & S. M. Co. office 53 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Catania Joseph, seaman, dwl 109 Washington 
Catanich Peter & Co. (C. G. AnguisJ fruits, 525 

Davis 
Catarina Hernandez, dwl 1303 Dupont 
Cate Charles, bricklayer, dwl SW cor Mary and 

Minna 
Cathcart Henry, dwl 18 Dupont 
Cathcart James, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

E 8 Chesley nr Harrison 
Cathcart Thomas, house and sign painter, 670 How- 
ard 
CATHCART f William) &, COFFIN fJ. W.J ship 

chandlers and captain bark W. B. Scranton, 415 

East, dwl 552 Folsom 
Cathcart William S. mariner, dwl 1104 Pacific 
Cathroy William, machinist. Union Fouudry 



Catlin B. T. adjutant Eighth Infantry C. V. Fort 

Point 
C^atlin J. H. express wagon, 39 Third 
Catlin I'reston H. fruits, 13 Fourth, dwl SK cor Bush 

and l>u|)ont 
Caton KiiianncI, cook, dwl 115 First 
Caton Thomas, boot mkr, N s Sixteenth nr Valencia 
Cation .Iiilin ('. broker, dwl 403 Green 
Catton William, clerk with Dickson, DeWolf &. Co. 

dwl 403 Green 
Caubrey Kate Miss, domestic, 124 Gearv 
Caughell Peter, captain schooner J. R. Whiting, dwl 

NE cor Filbert and Polk 
Caughlin John, printer, dwl SE cor Mission and 

First 
Canlfield James, hostler, dwl 712 Broadway 
Caulfield John, shoemaker, dwl 120 Sutter, rear 
Caulfield Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Mission nr 

Thirteenth 
Cauru Etienne fBergerot Sf Co.) dwl NE cor Six- 
teenth and Rhode Island 
Cavalletti Charles, liquor saloon, 537 Broadway 
Cavalli Paul, blacksmith. Phoenix Iron Works, dwl 

Sutter above Montgomery 
CAVALLIER J. B. E^ real estate and stock broker 
and president S. F. Stock and Exchange Board, 
office 619 Washington, dwl 521 Post 
Cavallier Jules P. clerk, 619 Wash, dwl 521 Post 
Cavalry Ann (widow) dwl NW cor Vallejo and 

Montgomery 
Cavan George, 'ship joiner, dwl 822 Union 
Cavan Patrick, drayman, cor Pacific and Drumm 
Cavanagh Dora (widow) dwl E 8 Ninth bet Mission 

and Minna 
Cavanagh Ellen Miss, domestic, dwl 510 Stockton 
Cavanagh J. carpenter, dwl 331 Bush 
Cavanagh J. D. dwl .331 Bush 
Cavanagh John, cutter with I. Joseph & Co 
Cavanagh John, laborer, dwl 12 Commercial 
Cavanagh Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 932 Bush 
Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, dwl 1-511 Larkin 
Cavanagh Patrick, painter, dwl 721 Market 
Cavanagh Richard, laborer North Beach «fe M. E. R. 

Co 
Cavanagh Sarah Jlrs. dwl 937 Folsom 
Cavanagh Thomas, cooper, dwl 19 Harlan Place 
Cavanagh, see Kavanagh 
Cave Alfred, drayman, 614 Front 
Caverley Ann (widow) dwl 20 Jessie 
Caverly J. M. first officer Pacific Mail steamer Col- 
orado 
Caverly Richard, boiler maker Union Foundry, dwl 

20 Jessie 
Cavinvar Joseph, gardener, SE cor Guerrero and 

Fifteenth 
Cawley Edward H. porter, 62 Clay, dwl 42 Clara 

near Folsom 
Cayton Eliza Miss, domestic, dwl 1001 Powell 
Cayton Ellen Miss, domestic, dwl 615 Pine 
Cayton William W. clerk. Quartermaster's Dept. 

U. S. A. dwl 403 Folsom 
Cazalis Eugene, commission merchant, 308 Com- 
mercial, dwl W s Gough bet Hayes and Grove 
Cazaux B. French boot maker, 710 Pacific 
Cazeau Dominique (J. Hirth Sf Co.) dwl 533 Com 
Cazegrand Bartoley, vegetable garden, SW cor 

Twentieth and Florida 
Cazneau Augnsta Mrs. dwl 1709 Dupont 
CAZNEAU THOMAS N. despacheur, Underwrit- 
ers' Rooms, 504 Battery, dwl E s Thirteenth nr 
Howard 
Cazneau William^ shipmaster, dwl with T. N. Caz- 
neau, E 8 Thirteenth nr Howard 
Cazneau William L. clerk County Recorder's Of- 
fice, dwl 1709 Dupont 
CaznoU Estelle, lodgings, 303 Sutter 
Ceaser John, boot fitter, dwl 311 Bush 
Cecil John, book keeper Sailors' Home, SW cor 
Battery and Vallejo 



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Cedar M. Miss, dress maker, dwl 777 Market. 
Cederbloni John, boiler maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl J29 Clementina 
Ceillceen Heindrich, workman with Frank Eodgers 
Celepo Powley, house and sign painter, dwl 12 

Stockton Place 
Cella Alexander, bar keeper with Ricci & Co. dwl 

Coso House 
Cella Luca, liquor saloon, NW cor Dupont and Val- 

lejo, dwl ( 13 Filbert, rear 
CELLK EUGENE, physician, office and dwl 829 

Wasliinjjton 
Celle John B. paper box maker with Henry Man- 
neck, dwl Margaret Place 
Celler Michael,driver with Bloomingdale & Co. dwl 

7C6 Howard 
Center David, carpenter and builder, dwl W s Fol- 

som bet Twentieth and Twenty-First 
Center James, dwl W s Howard nr Fifteenth 
CENTER JOHN, real estate, ofiice 535 Clay, dwl 

NW cor Sixteenth and Folsom 
Center John jr. salesman with R. A. Swain & Co. 

dwlSO'Farrell 
Center, see Senter 
Centlivre Charles, painter, dwl SE cor Union and 

Kearny 
Centlivre Eliza (widow) dwl E s Sausom bet Val- 

lejo and Green 
Centlivre Mary J. domestic, dwl E s Sansom bet 

Vullejo and Green 
CENTRAL AMERICAN TRANSIT CO. I. W. 

Raymond agent, ofiice NW cor Battery and 

Pine 
Central Flour Mills, office 117 Clay 
Central House, James Cornynn, proprietor, 814 San 
Central Park Homestead Associat'n, ofiice 302 Mont 
CENTRAL RAILROAD CO. John A. McGlynn, 

superintendent, office 116 Taylor bet Turk and 

Eddy 
Central i>. M. Co. office 712 Montgomery 
Central (No. 2) G. & S. M. Co. office 712 Mont 
Central Wharf Co. foot Commercial, office 523 

Montgomery 
Cepf Henry, hose maker, dwl Eighteenth nr York 
Cephas Joseph (col'd) waiter, d\^•l 823 Sacramento 
Ceran John, laborer. Union Foundry, dwl Shipley 

nr Sixth 
Cerelli Sebastian, with Mauletti «& Cardenasso, cor 

Merchant and Sansom 
Cereni Frank, bottle dealer, 207 Davis, dwl 541 

Tehama 
Cerf Julius, agent A. Dennery & Bro. Sacramento, 

office 517 Sacramento, dwl 407 Taylor 
Cerruti Giovanni Batista, dwl 907 Jackson 
Cervante Germain, gardener, Old Sau Jos^ Road 

nr Industrial School 
Chabot Anthony, office 728 Montgomery, bds Occi- 
dental Hotel 
Chabot Justin, carpenter, dwl 106 Kearny 
Chabot Remie, sewer pipe manufacturer, SW cor 

Francisco and Mason, office 118 Montgomery, 

dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Chace Fidelia Miss, dwl 733 Folsom 
CHACE'S MILLS, Macdonald Bros, proprietors, 

SW cor Market and Beale 
Chadbourne Charles F. drayman, 21f) California, 

dwl NE cor Washington and Dnpimt 
CHADBOURNE JABEZ, attorney at law, office 

4 and 5 Armory Hall, dwl 723 Sutter 
Chadbourne Joseph, steam cracker bakery, 433 
Jackson, dwl VV b Folsom bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth 
Chadbourne Joshua (Rider, Somers ^ Co. J dwl 
Treat Avenue bet Twenty-First and Twenty- 
Second 
Chadbourne Levi, clerk with John Burnap, dwl 

NE cor Larkin and Green 
Chadbourne N. M. Miss, assistant Powell St. School, 
dwl NE cor Green and Larkin 



Chadhonrne (Thomas J.J & Co. fC. H. MiirchJ 

Eclipse Bakery, 1412-1418 Dupont 
Chadd R. Varick, compositor, American Flag, dwl 

Giiutier House 
Chadwick John L. clerk with George F. Hooper, 

dwl 204 Montgomerv 
Chadwick Korah, machinist. Pacific Foundry, dwl 

NE cor Second and Natoma 
Chadwick Nathaniel G. carpenter, dwl W s Bu- 
chanan bet Greenwich and Ivombard 
Chaflee Charles, dwl rear City Hall 
Chatfey George W. dwl What Cheer House 
Chaignaud Frank, tailor with Wm. Germann, dwl 

SW cor Clay and Dupont 
Chaigueau Alfred, compositor, 533 Commercial, dwl 

621 Pacific 
Chaiver John, express wagon, cor Dupont and Pac 
Chalmers A. B. Miss, assistant Hyde St. Primary 

School, dwl 805 Hyde 
Chalmers Agnes Miss, assistant Greenwich Street 

School, dwl 805 Hyde 
Chalmers James B. contractor, dwl 805 Hyde 
Chalmers James C. photographer with J. M. Bryan, 

dwl NW cor Suttei- and llvde 
Chalmers William, drayman, 3l9 Washington, dwl 

240 Clara 
Chaloner John, gardener, dwl E 8 Second between 

Brannan and Townsend 
Chambariere Isadore, merchant, 426 Jackson, dwl 

626 California 
Chamber John, mariner, dwl 224 Ritch 
CHAMBER OF COMJIERCE, rooms 521 Clay, 

William R. Wadsworth secretary, office 402 

Front ■* 

Chamberlain Albert, carpenter. Union Foundry, dwl 

SW cor Market and Third 
Chamberlain Henry L. foreman with Locke & Mon- 
tague, dwl 1106 Taylor 
Chamberlain Joseph C. barber with G. Sichel, dwl 

274 Minna 
Chamberlain Louisa (widow) private boarding, 115 

Dupont 
Chamberlin A. L. (George L. Kenny Sj- Co.) res 

New York 
Chamberlin Andrew J. book keeper with Charles 

McCormick, 408 Market 
ChambeiTin C. C. (widow) authoress, dwl 166 

Tehama 
Chamberlin Edwin, clerk, dwl 405 Post 
Chamberlin James, waterman, dwl S s Liberty bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
Chamberlin Joseph P. saloon, 113 Second, dwl 18 

Tehama 
Chamberlin P. F. clerk with Littlefield, Webb & 

Co. bds What Cheer House 
Chamberlin (Romeo M.J & Balch ( Stephen M.J 

produce commission merchants, 210 Clay, dwl 

850 Mission 
Chamberlin William, salesman, 417 Montgomery, 

dwl 405 Post 
Chambers Charles, baker, dwl NW cor Filbert and 

Taylor 
Chambers Charles H. butcher with A. J. Shrader, 

dwl cor Ninth and Brannan 
Chambers Frank W. pattern maker, Union Foun- 
dry, dwl 158 Tehama 
Chambers George, messenger U. S. Surveyor Gen- 

eml, dwl 409 Washington 
Chambers M. C. laborer, dwl 505 Howard 
Chambers T. J. A. mining stocks, office 411 Mont, 

dwl N 8 Greenwich bet Powell and Mason 
Chamblin John, dwl 566 Howard 
Chamon Eugene (Neiival ^ C.J dwl 842 Wash 
Champion A. D. A. professor St. Mary's College 
Champlin J. A. lodgmgs, dwl 524 Howard 
Champlin J. A. (widow) dwl 21 Stockton Place 
Champlin John L. clerk. What Cheer House 
Champney Harriet (widow) dwl 137 Clara 
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Chandler C. (widow) music teacher, dwl 638 llow 

Chandler Charles, dwl 77 ClemiMitina 

Chandler George C. painter with James R. Kelly, 

dwl 6-J9 Vullejo 
Chandler John, dwl 77 Clementina 
Chandler Richard I), clerk, C. S. Navigation Co. 

cor Front and Broadway, dwl 408 Eddy 
Chandler Kohert H. nilot HtJiuuer Cornelia, dwl NE 

cor DiijKJnt and Lotiiliard 
Chandler William S. dwl W s Eleventh bet Harri- 
son and Bryant 
Chanel Jamie, blacksmith, dwl 630 Broadway 
Chaney Orlando, laborer with Wm. J. Kingsley 
Chang I)oy Hang (Chinese) washing, 618 Jackson 
Chang Ning Tuck Kee (Chinese) mcht, 704 Dnpont 
Changero Nicholas, nnisician, dwl 1328 Stockton 
Chantrj' David, hostler, dwl 16 tSiitter 
Chapel Roderick, broker, dwl 5 Calhoun 
CHAPELLE A. MARIUS, real estate agent, office 

619 Merchant, dwl 1018 Stockton 
CHAPIN GEORGE W. real estate agent, office 

338 Montgomery rooms 1'2 and 13, dwl 1022 Pine 
Chapin Samuel F. physician, office 338 Montgomery 

rooms 12 and 13, ilwl 1022 Pine 
Chaplin Hiram, boot maker, lloO Folsom 
Chaplin James, clerk with C. V. Gillespie, dwl 268 

Clementina 
Chapman Charles C. real estate, dwl 509 Stockton 
Chapman Charles D. dwl 509 Stockton 
Chapman C. M. Mrs. millinery and dress making, 

218 Third, dwl NW cor Third and Tehama 
Chapman Cyrus C. salesman with J. C. Horan & 

Co. dwl 217 Sixth 
Chapman Frederick, clerk, Pacific Glass Works, 

dwl Potrero 
Chamnan George W. furnished rooms, NW cor 

Third and Tehama 
Chapman G. W. furnished rooms, NW cor Third 

and Tehama 
Chapman Henry, house and sign painting, 114 

Sanson! 
Chapman Henry, proprietor Frank's Building, Bren- 

nam Place," W s Plaza 
Chapman Howard f George Robinson ^ Co.) dwl 

32 California 
Chapman Ira H. engineer, dwl N s St. Charles nr 

Kearny 
Chapman Jacob W. hay merchant, dwl NE corner 

Broadway and Kearny 
Chapman John B. paper hanger, dwl S s Berry nr 

Mary Lane 
Chapman J. Warren, clerk, 512 Montgomery, dwl 

Central Place 
Chapman R. J. express wagon, cor Market and 

Montgomery, dwl 3 Martha Place 
Chapman Robert, fruits, 147 Second, dwl 574 Mis- 
sion 
Chapman Samuel, boarding, Bay bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Chapman Sarah Mrs. music teacher, dwl 574 Mission 
Chapman S. C. carpenter, dwl 1624 Stockton 
Chapman William, clerk with J. Goodwin, dwl W 

8 Tennessee nr Solano 
Chapman William S. dealer Bcrip, 76 Montgomery 

Block, dwl 530 Harrison 
Chappell Jacob G. policeman, Citv Hall 
Chappell James A. carpenter, dwl 9 Vassar Place 
Chappelle Peter, liquors, 936 Kearny 
Chappelle, see Chapelle 

Chappie Thomas, jeweler, dwl N b San Jos6 Rail- 
road nr Guerrero 
Chappler William, harness maker with Main & 

Winchester, dwl 3 Central Place 
Chard Ann (widow) dwl 1617 Dupont 
Chard Joseph W. dwl 9 Pollard Place 
Chardine Armand, proprietor St. Francis Restaurant, 

SW cor Dupont and Clay 
Charie Alfred, pantryman. Miners' Restaurant, dwl 

149 Kearny 



Charie Francis, pantryman, Miners' Restaurant, dwl 

149 Kearny 
Charkkert Charles, with Erzgraber & Goetjen, 120 

Davis 
Charlemagne College, Anatole Hamel director, 628 

Broadway 
Charles Cany Mining Co. office 338 Montgomery 
Charles Framjois.employd-, Metropolitan Restaurant, 

dwl 730 Vallejo 
Charles Henry, boatman, dwl 711 Lombard 
Charles Hermann ( Isidor Sf H. C.ydwl \-A Fourth 
Charles Isidor & Hermann, dry goods, 1.53 Fourth 
Charles James M. carpenter, dwl S s Shipley nr 

Harrison Avenue 
Charles M. baker. New York Bakery, dwl Original 

House 
Charles Marshall, dwl 4 Virginia Place 
Charles Thomas C. broker, dwl NE cor Greenwich 

and Dupont 
Charles William, laborer, NE comer Valencia and 

Seventeenth 
Charlier Emile, cook, 647 Com, dwl 814 Sacramento 
Charlton Frank (colored) bootblack with Aaron 

Creamer, dwl Mason nr Jackson 
Charlton Joseph, cabinet maker with John Wig- 
more, dwl Whitehall Exchange 
Charpentier Adolphe, cigars and tobacco, 710 Market 
Charpiot Madaline Mrs. furnished rooms, 938 Dupont 
Charruau Meline (widow) sausages, preserved meats, 

etc. 6 New Market, dwl 1207 Powell 
Chart Obed, gardener, S s Presidio Road, opposite 

Presidio House 
Chart Sophie Miss, domestic, 222 Stockton 
Charter James U. H. dwl 361 J Minna 
Chartier Auguste, dwl 721 Pacilic 
Chartrey Ralph , machinist. Golden State Iron Works, 

dwl 224 Stevenson 
Chary Hannah Miss, domestic with J. W. Towne, 

N 8 Thirteenth nr Howard 
Chase Alexander, topographical aid U. S. Coast 

Survey, office Custom House, third floor 
Chase Andrew J. (Breed Sf C.) dwl S s California 

bet Larkin and Polk 
Chase Andrew M. with Heuston, Hastings &■ Co. 

dwl Lick House 
Chase Charles, laborer, dwl E s Selina Place 
Chase Charles F. laborer, Golden Age Flour Mills, 

717 Bat, dwl W s Bat bet Bdwv and Vallejo 
CHASE (Charles M.) &. BORUClv (Marcus D.) 

editors and proprietors Spirit of the Times and 

Fireman's Journal, office SW cor Sansom and 

Jackson, dwl 1007 W'ashington 
CHASE E. JACOB, superintendent W^ashington 

Market, office 532 Clay, dwl NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Broadway 
Chase Elbridge G. printer with Frank Eastman, 

dwl 33 Turk 
Chase Ellen (widow) dress maker, 127 Fourth 
Chase George L. dwl 313 Fremont 
Chase George W. Mrs. (widow) dwl 525 Howard 
Chase G. W. mining stocks, dwl 503 Dupont 
Chase Henry A. printer with George W. Stevens 

&, Co. dwl 4 Monroe 
Chase James A. dwl 1707 Mason 
Chase James B. (De Vrics 4- C.J office W s Battery 

nr Broadway, dwl 275 Clary 
Chase Jennie M. (widow) dwl 510 Pine 
Chase John, milkman with Eben Johnson 
Chase John A. oil bleacher, bds Chicago Hotel, 220 

Pacific 
Chase John E. porter, 117 California, dwl 222 Fre- 
mont 
Chase Quincy A. salesman, 424 Sansom, dwl N a 

DeBoom nr Second 
Chase R. P. physician, office 436 Bush, dwl 110 

Powell 
Chase Russell, engineer, San Francisco &. San Jos6 

R. R. dwl W B Folsom bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
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Chiise Thomas F. coal oil dealer, dwl 728 Market 
Cbase William A. janitor Second Street and Tehama 

Street schools, dwl 34 Second 
Chase William T. carpenter, dwl 33 Tehama 
Chase William W. ^lerk with George Morrow, dwl 

222 Fremont 
Chateau Christian, painter, dwl 26 Geary 
Chateau Maria Madam, midwife, dwl 2b Geary 
Chatham Roland, miller, Pioneer Mills, dwl S a 

Mariposa nr Carolina 
Chatterton James, apprentice with John S. Blaikis- 

ton, hds Pacific Teinperance House 
Chatterton John, dwl 408 Dupont 
CHAUCilE (Adrien Geor^ej & MARTIN (Louis 

Grellett) French importers wines, brandies, 

liquors, etc. 608 Front, dwl 1022 Dupont 
CHAUVIN O. agent Union Maritime Society 

France, office 421 Jackson, dwl 822 Pacific 
Chauvon Eulie Mrs. furnished rooms, 403 Cal 
Chauvou Jules, mariner, dwl 403 California 
Chaves Juan, cigar maker with Herman Brand, 230 

Commercial, dwl Pinckney Place 
Cheany C. driver. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Cheenev Aaron, carpenter, dwl 5 Trinity 
CHEKSMAN DAVID W. treasurer U". S. Branch 

Mint and assistant treasurer U. S. office 608 

Commercial, dwl 100 O'Farrell 
CHEESMAN MORTON ( Woods Sf C.J dwl 17 

Stanly Place 
Cheesman R. B. pile driver with Galloway &. Boo- 

bar, dwl 240 Fremont 
Cheever Henry A. mariner, dwl 26 Essex 
Chell John W. cook, dwl 35 Webb 
Chelon Michel, butcher with Joseph Cabannes, dwl 

Potrero Avenue 
Chelsea Laundry, James Laidley proprietor, 542 

Bran nan 
Chely Louis, machinist, dwl 815 Battery 
Cheminant Alex. S. clerk with Koopmanschap &. 

Co. dwl 25 Ellis 
Chemingham Jane (col'd, widow) dwl W s Jones 

bet Ellis and O'Farrell 
CHENERY RICHARD, dwl Lick House 
Cheney D. B. Rev. D.D. pastor First Baptist Church, 

dwl 1417 Taylor 
Cheney Fannie 5l. Miss, assistant Greenwich Street 

Scliool, dwl 1417 Taylor 
Cheney George A. clerk with C. J. Hawley & Co. 

dwl 21!) Mason 
Cheney M. E. Miss, assistant Washington Grammar 

School, dwl 1417 Taylor 
Chenot Adele Miss, domestic, dwl 826 Union 
CHENOT EUGENE, cigars and liquoi-s, NW cor 

Fourth and Folsom 
Cherekeno Angelo, workman. Vegetable Q«rden, 

W 8 Mission nr Twenty-Sixth 
Cherokee G. &. S. M. Co. office 804 Montgomery 
Cherry Eliza J. Miss, domestic, dwl 817 Masou 
Cherry John 31. painter, dwl 718 Broadway 
Cheri-y John W. sign painter, 500 Battery, dwl E a 

Hyde bet Green and Union 
Cherry Susan Miss, dress maker, dwl S b Mission 

bet Eighth and Ninth 
Chesi Pietro, fish, 5 Washington Fish Market 
Chesley Charles P. dentist, office 12 Montgomery, 

dwl 238 Minna 
Chesley William, with George S. Haskell & Co. 514 

Market 
Chesnut Kate, domestic, Franklin Hotel, cor San- 

som and Pacific 
Chester Frederick, salesman with Kerby, Byrne &. 

Co. dwl 739 Howard 
Chester Henry (Hyde if C) dwl 619 Mission 
Chester James, mariner, dwl 32 Stewart 
Chester John, hostler, 26 Kearny 
Chettonari A. laborer, dwl E s Slargaret Place 
Chevalier J. B. professor French, Union College 
Chevalier John M. seaman, Lafayette H. and L. 

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Chevalier Madame, French dress making, 213 

Dupont 
Chevalier Nueval, laundryman, dwl 213 Dupont 
Chevallier Reuben, washer, Chelsea Laundry 
CHEVALLIER VICTOR, druggist, Pharmacie 

Francaise, 739 Clay 
Chevance Julius, cook. Rues House 
Clievassus Edward, accountant with J. E. Ren6, 

716 Montgomery 
Chevelier Louise (widow) dwl 828 Washington 
Chevers William H. dwl 620 Greenwich 
Chevesich Henry, accountant with D. Ghirardelli 

& Co. 417 Jackson 
Chewning Emma Mrs. millinery, 44 Fourth 
Chewning Montgomery, butcher, dwl 44 Fourth 
Cheyne Robert, fruits, 140 First, dwl SE cor Mis- 
sion and Fir«t 
Chiapparo Salvador, seaman, dwl 109 Washington 
Chicago G. & S. M. Co. office 402 Front 
CHICAGO HOTEL, E. W. Heimburg &. Co. pro- 
prietors, 220 Pacific 
Chichester James, varnisher, dwl 307 O'Farrell 
Chick Elwell, carpenter, dwl 1610 Larkin 
Chick Harrison, book keeper with Wm. Horr, dwl 

1612 Larkin 
Chick Henry, carpenter, dwl Lutgen's Hotel 
Chicop William, vegetable gardener, nr Bay View 

Park 
Chiebaut Charles, gardener, Lafayette H. & L. Co. 

No. 2 
CHIEF ENGINEER S. F. FIRE DEPART- 
MENT, office 6 third floor City Hall 
CHIEF OF POLICE City and County, office 10 

first floor City Hull 
CHIELOVICH ANDREW, Bocatyr Restaurant 

and Liquor Saloon, &W corner California and 

Drumm 
Child Anna Miss, teacher, dwl E s Stanford bet 

Townseud and Brannan . 
CHILD E. F. stock broker and member S. F. Stock 

& Exchange Board, office 602 Washington cor 

Montgomery, dwl 930 Mission 
Child Thomas 1 . book keeper, 538 Washington, dwl 

SW cor Dupont and Bay 
Childress Heniy J. miner, dwl 334 Seventh 
Childress S. S. P. Sacramento messenger with Wells, 

Fargo «k Co. dwl 354 Seventh nr Folsom 
Childs Charles W. collector, 526 Montgomery, dwl 

522 Dupont 
Childs George, deputy sheriflF, City Hall, dwl 718 

O'Farrell bet Hyde and Larkin 
Childs George E. book keeper. Occidental Hotel 
Childs James (Menzies Loury Sf Co.) dwl SW cor 

Fulton and Devisidero 
Chilesian Louis, gardener with Henry H. Byrne, 

dwl W s Thirteenth nr Howard 
Chinese See Yup Asylum, 512 Pine 
Chinese Theater, N\V cor Dupont and Jackson 
Chinn J. W. (A. J. Shipley Sf Co.) dwl 740 Folsom 
CHIOUSSE (Joseph) & SALMON (Peter) florists, 

716 Washington 
Chipchase John, pattern maker, Miners' Foundry, 

dwl 320 Folsom 
Chipchase John M. with Buswell & Co. dwl 320 

Folsom 
Chipchase William, pattern maker. Pacific Foundry, 

dwl 320 Folsom 
Chipioneua Mining Co. office 318 California 
Chipman Edward S. attorney at law, office 17 

Exchange Buildings, dwl 527 Greenwich 
Chipman Jolin S. attv at law, dwl 527 Greenwich 
CHIPMAN WILLIAM W. attorney at law, office 

17 Exchange Buildings, dwl 527 Greenwich 
Chipman W. T. dwl 323 Sutter 
Chiquel John, gardener. Old San Jo86 Road E In- 
dustrial School 
Chisholm Alexander (Austin <^ Co.) dwl 118 Post 
Chisholm Duncan, tailoring, 414 Pine, dwl 8 Central 

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CliiHiiolm G. I), carpenter, dwl 41G Bush 
C'liitiholiii Stephen, l)litckH[iiitli with (Jeorge W. 

KiiiKht & Co. I'otrero Avenue 
Cbishohii Williiun, pi-enHinun, Allu Culifornin, dwl 

19 Fill)eit 
Chisiiiell Diiniel, Inborer, dwl 541 Mission 
Chittenden Arthur, portntit piiinter and teacher 

painting', Union (dllcife, dwl 10 Sutler 
Chittenden Charles U. stish and blind maker with 

S. S. Cnlverwell, dwl lOS Market 
Chittenden H. W. Mrs. turnished rooms, 408 Market 
Chittenden Joseph G. with Hobbs «fc Gilmore, dwl 

45 Miinia 
CHITTKNDEN N. W. attorney at law, office 804 

Montgomery, dwl 9-21 Stockton 
Chittick .loiniBon, laborer, dwl \V s Rues bet Folsom 

and Howard 
Chiucoviih P. wines and liquors, SW cor Drumm 

and I'acific 
Chlemens Henry, longshoreman, dwl N s Polk Alley 
Chloride Ledge G. & S. M. Co. office 60() Mont 
Cholet Joseph, pork, sausages, etc. 75^ Washington 

Market, dwl SW cor Dui)ont and Broadway 
CHOLLAR POTOSI MINING CO. office 706 

Montgomery 
Chong Long &. Co. (Chinese) washing, 233 Jackson 
Chong Loong (Chinese) washing, 313 Bush 
Chopart Joseph, liquor saloon, 4 ^Market 
Choppat Louis, compositor, Courier de San Fran- 
cisco, ()07 Sanson! 
Choy Yik (Chinese) cigar manufacturer, 711 Dupont 
Choynski I. N. antiquarian books, SW cor Market 

and Second, dwl 540 Mission 
Chreghino Antone, wood and coal, dwl Crescent 

Engine House 
Christen John, laborer, dwl cor Douglas Place and 

Seventeenth 
Christensen F. Henry, carpenter, S. F. &. San Jos6 
li. R. dwl W 8 t^olsom bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 
Christenson Jurgen, foreman with Charles Bernard, 

dwl S 8 Union bet Jlontgomery and Calhoun 
Christian E. J. hotel keeper, dwl 108 Sutter 
Ciiristian Louis, liquor saloon, 1420 Stockton 
Christian Richard R. dyeing and scouring, 808 Mar- 
ket, dwl NW cor Grove and Fulton 
Christiansen Christian (^J. Y. Hallock Sf Co.) and 
acting consul for Sweden and Norway, office 
6-15 and C17 Front, dwl cor First Avenue and 
Fifteenth 
Christiansen Christian, mariner, dwl 5 Mission 
Christiansen Hans B. cook. Continental Hotel 
Christiansen Max, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Christianson John, mariner, dwl 32 Stewart 
Christie Charles, compositor, California Farmer 
Christie Daniel, dwl 535 California 
Christie Henry, with William A. Hughes, 515 Clay, 

dwl 714 California 
Christie Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 1809 Stockton 
Christie Robert, carpenter, dwl IIG Saiieom 
Christie Robert F. blacksmith, dwl Knickerbocker 

Engine Co. No. 5 
Christin Charles, melter with Hentsch & Berton, 

dwl S s Hayes bet Franklin and Gough 
CHRISTIN (Louis J &, PONS fTlicoJrkdJ man- 
agers Union Club Rooms, NW cor Montgomery 
and California 
Christmas Fmuk, milker with S. C. & L. H. Talcott 
Christmas L. milkman with S. C. &. L. H. Talcott 
Christmas William, cook, U. S. Marine Hospital, 

dwl 302 Fremont 
ChristotFerson Peter, capt. schooner Frances EUer- 

horst, dwl 26 Stewart 
Christy George, painter with John Duff 
Christy James, shipsmith with Coleman & Gardi- 
ner, dwl W s Mississippi nr Mariposa 
CHRISTY (S. P.) & WISE (J. H.J wool com- 
mission merchants, office 610 Front, dwl 820 
Washington 



Chroniger Susan Miss, dress maker, dwl 161 Second 
Cliry«oiR)lis G. & S. M. Co. office 607 Washington 
Ciiu Lung (Chinese) washing, 326 Commercial 
(Jbue Antoiiie, cook, 721 Pacific 
Chung Hing (Chinese) washing, 615 Pacific 
Chung Shun & Co. (Chinese] merchants, H06 Sac 
Chung Sung (Chinese) washmg, NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Washington 
Chung' Wo Tong (Chinese) drngs, 931 Dupont 
Chung Yek (Cliniesf;) wa*ihing, 615 Jackson 
Churcii Albert R. book keeper with McNear & Bro. 

dwl cor Sherman and Iloward 
CHURCH (-Andrew S.J & CLARK f Seymour 
B.J importers and jobbers fruits, nuts, etc. 407 
Front and nj.inufaclurers fireworks S s Market 
nr Seventh, dwl 107 Sansom 
Church Charles C. clerk with Griffith &. Ellis, dwl 

N 8 Union nr Montgomery 
Church E. W. (widow) dwl 339 Second 
Church Isaac S. impost book keeper, Custom House, 

dwl 10 Ellis 
Church Luther, driver with Stillman Hendricks 
Church Robert, clerk with Eisen Bros, dwl 720 

Market 
Church Samuel R. teamster with E. Judson, dwl W 

B First Avenue nr Fifteenth 
Church Thomas R. salesman, 223 Montgomery, dwl 

1104 Powell 
Church W. A. proptr Empire Lodgings, 636-640 Com 
CHURCH WILLIAM S. sign painter, 823 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 816 Montgomery 
Churchill Joseph, cooper, dwl N s Oregon between 

Front and Davis 
Chute R. clerk with Samuel C. Harding, dwl 723 

Vallejo 
Chy Lung &, Co. (Chinese) toys and fancy goods, 

640 Sacramento 
Cichi A. Rev. S.J. professor Natural Philosophy St. 
Ignatius College, S s Market bet Fourth and 
Fifth 
Cieffo Marian, fish, 12 Washington Fish Market 
Cienega Masedonio, tailor, dwl 927 Pacific 
Cignione Pasquale, fisherman, 17 Italian Fish Mkt 
Cifls James H. computation clerk, U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl 415 Filbert 
Cimmino D. accountant with Pascal, Dabedat & 

Co. 426 Jackson 
Cincinnati Brewery, Adam Meyer proprietor, E s 

Valencia bet Sixteenth and "Seventeenth 
Cipriano Ratfo, musician, dwl 619 Broadway 
CIPRICO (GcorgeJ & COOK (John) hair dress- 
ing saloon Cosmopolitan Hotel, dwl SE comer 
Valencia and Seventeenth 
Ciprico George M. assistant book keeper, 106 Bat- 
tery. dwISE cor Valencia and Seventeenth 
CIRCUIT COURT U. S. rooms SW corner Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
Citizen George H. carpenter, dwl 263 Clementina 
CITIZENS' GAS CO. works King nr Third, office 

702 Washington 
Citizens' Homestead and Road Association, office 

606 Montgomery 
Citron M. L. clothing, 131 Pacific, dwl 30 John 
CITY AND COUNTY ASSESSOR, office 13 City 

Hall first floor 
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY, office 13 

City Hall third floor 
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR, office 3 City 

Hall first floor 
CITY AND COUNTY HOSPITAL, SW cor Fran- 
cisco and Stockton 
CITY AND COUNTY JAIL, Nb Broadway bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
CITY AND COUNTY PHYSICIAN, office Coun- 
ty Hospital 
City Assembly Rooms, 727 Market 
CriY COLI^EGE, Rev. George Burrowes presi- 
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CITY FKMALE SEMINARY, Rev. Charles R. 
Clarke principal, SE cor Mason and O'Farrell 
CITY HALL BUILDING, for City and County 

offices, Kearny op Plaza 
City Homestead "Association, office 5 Government 

* House, 502 Wasliiufjton 
CITY LETTER AND I'ACKAGE EXPRESS, 

office SE cor Washington and Sansom 
CITY POUND, NE cor Union and Van Ness 

Avenue 
CITY RAILROAD CO. office 326 Clay 
Civrat Edona, dvvl 721 Pacific 
Clabrough John P. gunsmith vsMth Liddle & Co. 

dwl N B Vallejo bet Montgomery and Sansom 
ClafFee Thomas, carpenter, dwl 749 Market 
Claffey James, porter with Conroy &. O'Connor, 

dwl 505 Third 
Claftey John, fruits, SW cor Fourth and Tehama 
Claffy Hubert D . carpenter, dwl Market nr Fourth 
CLAFLIN AARON & CO. importers and jobbers 

boots and shoes, 40(5 Front 
Clahan Mary (widow) lodgings, dwl 24 Jlinna 
Clain William, seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 
Clancey John, dwl What Cheer House 
Clancey John, teamster, dw^l S s Brannan nr Sixth 
Clancey Michael, boatman, dvvl S s Union bet Cal- 
houn and Sansom 
Clancey Patrick, cooper with Timothy Lynch, 219 

Washington, dwl SW cor Sansom and' Bdwy 
Clancey Thomas B. drayman with L. B. Beuchley 

&. Co. dwl Vernon House 
Clancy Michael, fireman, steamer Yosemite 
Clancy Patrick, coachman with William P. Taaffe 
Clancy Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Lynch bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde 
Clancy Thomas, blacksmith with Casebolt &■ Co 
Clancy Thomas, fireman, steamer Pacific 
Clancy Thomas C. express wagon, NW cor Sansom 

and Merchant, dwl 9 Perry 
Clannan Annie T. (widow) dwl 309 Clementina 
Clapp Francis W. wagon maker, dwl Tiger Engine 

Co. No. 14 
CLAPP GEORGE H. physician and druggist, SE 

cor Howard and Sixth 
Clapp George W. dwl cor Clav and Brenham Place 
Clapp Jason ( VVinall ^^ C.) ifvvl 532 Howard 
Clapp John C. assistant mailing clerk, Post Office, 

dwl 520 Stockton 
Clapp L. A. Mrs. assistant, Denman Grammar 

School, dwl 814 Bush 
Clapp Michael, carpenter, Leidesdorff nr Califor- 
nia, dwl NW cor Third and Stevenson 
Clar Jolin, clerk, office U. S. Surveyor General, 

dwl 503 Dupont 
Clara G. & S. M. Co. office 338 Montgomery 
Clara Thomaa, waiter, dwl 28 Ecker 
Clare Charles, blacksmith, Golden State Iron Works, 

dwl 215 Stevenson 
Clare John, tailor, dwl 115 Pacific 
Clare Mary Jliss, domestic, dwl 1806 Stockton 
Claresy Victoria Mme. liquor sjiloon, 607 Jackson 
Clark Alfred, cook, dwl 636 Conmiercial 
Clark Alonzo D. waiter. What Cheer Mouse 
Clai-k Aiuia Miss, domestic, 628 Sutter 
Clark Benjamin, dwl St. Lawrence House 
Clark Bernard, carpenter with John N. Clark, dwl 
S s Sliotwell bet Twenty-First and Twenty- 
Second 
Clark Bridget E. Miss, domestic with John D. Wil- 
son, E 8 Mission bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Clark Burnett, carpenter, dwl 319 Stockton 
Clark C. watchman. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Clark Carrie F. (widow) dwl 136 Sutter 
Clark Catherine Miss, seamstress, Moree bet Pine 

and Bush 
Clark Charles, books and stationery, 149 Fourth, 

dwl 331 Tehama 
Clark Charles H. jr. clerk, dwl SW cor Clay and 
Taylor 



Clark Charles K. book keeper, 205 Front, dwl 728 

Howard 
Clark Charles P. dwl 255^ Clementina 
Clark Ciuvrles W. dwl 7 Harrison Avenue 
Clark Charles W. toll collector, Jackson Street 

Wharf, dwl W s Polk bet Sac and Clay 
Clark Daniel J. laborer, dwl SE cor Fell and Web- 
ster 
Clark David S. accoiintant, 613 Montgomery, dvvl 

512 Bush 
Clark Edward, carpenter, dwl E s Hyde bet Ellis 

and O'Farrell 
Clark Edward, carriage painter, dwl SE cor Jessie 

and Fifth 
Clark Edward, painter, dwl Tehama bet Fir stand 

Second 
Clark Edward B. broker, dwl 39 Second 
Clark Edward J. captain schooner Sarah Ann, dwl 

26 Stewart 
Clark Edwin P. carpenter, dwl SW cor Sacramen- 
to and Prospect Place 
Clark E. F. clerk, 417 Battery 
Clark Elizabeth (widow) dwl 223 Minna 
Clark Elizabeth (widow) with John 1). Feldbush 
Clark Elizabeth (widow) dwl 1918 Mason 
Clark Ellen (widow) lodgings, 815 Dupont 
Clark Ellen (widow) lodgings, dwl 67 Clementina 
Clark Emma Miss, dwl' with John A. Snook, N s 

Thirteenth nr Mission 
Clark Frank, coffee saloon, dwl 12 Stewart 
Clark George, boiler maker. Union Foundry, dwl 7 

Baldwin Court 
Clark George, laborer, dwl cor Bdwy and Sansom 
Clark George, ship carpenter, dwl 64 Tehama 
Clark George, shipping clerk with J. G. Baker, dwl 

118 Geary 
Clark George, watchman, dwl 106^ Clay 
Clark George D. potter with V. Wackenreuder, San 

Bruno Road 
Clark George W. carpenter, S. F. Cotton Mills, dvvl 

SW cor Market and First 
Clark George W. importer and jobber paper hang- 
ings, 500 Sansom, dwl 720 tinion 
Clark George W. jr. S. F. Cotton Mills, dwl 136 

Sutter 
Clark GT G. Sacramento messenger. Wells, Fargo 

&Co 
Clark H. furniture and bedding, 625 Miu-ket, dvvl 

26 Montgomery 
Clark Henry, apprentice. Pacific Foundry 
Clark Hugh, plasterer, dwl E s Gilbert 6et Bryant 

and Brannan 
Clark Hugh R. plasterer with Samuel Kellett, dwl 

S s Natoma bet Fifth and Sixth 
Clark Hugh W. carpenter, dwl 625 Siitter 
Clark Jackson, milkman with Henry H. Edmunds 
Clark James, dvvl Stevenson 134 nr Second 
Clark James, with Donald Bruce, dwl 815 Dupont 
Clark James, boatman, dvvl 514 Mission 
Clark James, butcher, dvvl NE cor Stock and Wash 
Clark James, laborer, dwl 160 First 
Clark James, teamster with Reynolds &. Co. dwl 

E 8 Folsom bet First and Fremont 
Clark James A. milkman with Henry H. Edmunds 
Clark James E. tinner, dwl 12 Everett 
Clark James H. clerk, dvvl 27 Hinckley 
Clark James R. clerk with H. S. Love, dwl 44 Sec- 
ond 
Clark Jesse, with Lyon & Co. 159 Jessie, dwl 541 

Mission 
Clark John, dwl 1107 Kearny 
Clark John, cabinet maker with Goodwin & Co. 

dwl 775 Clary 
Clark John, carpenter, SE cor Third and Harrison 
Clark John, cook, steamer Orizaba 
Clark John (col'd) laborer, dwl 418 Dupont 
Clark John, seaman, dvvl W s Sansom bet Filbert 

and Greenwich 
Clark John, wood turner, dwl 765 Missiou 



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Clark Joliii, wood turner, dwl SE cor Hyde uiid 

Leavenworth 
Clark John G. teller, Bank California, dwl NE cor 

JoneH and Washington 
Clark John H. importer and dealer saddlery and 

liarneHs, 107 SnnBom 
Clark John L. upholsterer with C. M. Plum, dwl 

608 Market 
Clark Jolui N. carpenter, Es Harrison nr Third, 

dwl 14 Hawthorne 
Clark Joseph, calker, dwl SW cor Louisiana and 

Sierra 
Clark Joseph, pile driver, dwl SE cor Pine and Bat 
Clark JoHt ph E. stocks, office 46 Exchange Build- 
ing, dwl Lick House 
Clark J. P. stocks, office 46 Exchange Building, 

dwl 1107 Kearny 
Clark Judson, baker, New York Bakery, dwl 7 

Scott 
CLAKK (J. W.J & PERKINS (J. E.J wool com- 

inisiiion merchants, office NE cor Front and 

Clay, warehouse N a Commerce nr Battery, 

dwl 615 Harrison 
Clark Kate, domestic, dwl 653 Howard 
CLAUK L. S. attorney at law, office 14 and 15 

Court Block 636 Clay, dwl W b Nevada near 

Folsom 
Clark Maria (widow) dwl 242 Stevenson 
Clark Margaret Jliss, domestic, 1029 Bush 
Clark Margaret Miss, domestic, 110 Hj'de 
CLAKK MARTIN (Martin. Sf Hor'tonJ dwl 922 

Vallejo 
Clark Mary E. Miss, teacher of English, City Col- 
lege, a\\\ 607 Sutter 
Clark M. E. carpenter with F. N. Giles, 435 Jackson 
Clark Michael E. bricklayer, dwl \V a Fillmore 

bet Fell and Hayes 
Clark Nathan, hairdresser, 624 Wash, dwl 1106 Pac 
Clark Olive J. Miss, dwl Lick House 
Clark Orange Rev. D.D. dwl NE cor Washington 

and Jones 
Clark Patrick, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

33 Rousch 
Clark Patrick F. ahoe maker, 110 Sutter, rear, dwl 

141 Shipley 
Clark Patrick J. porter with D. N. & E. Walter, 305 

California 
Clark P. B. commission merchant, office 520 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Lick House 
Clark Peter F. dwl 202 Montgomery 
Clark P. G. clerk, Naval Office Custom House, dwl 

627 California 
Clark Rachel, Rebecca, and Sarah, Misses, dress 

makers, 962 Howard 
Clark R. Frank, warehouse book keeper. Custom 

House, dwl 223 Minna 
CLARK RICHARD S. dwl 903 Sacramento 
Clark Robert, newspaper carrier, dwl E a Mission 

nr Thirty-First 
Clark Robert, ship carpenter, dwl 72 Tehama 
Clark Rodney, millwright, Fulton Foundry 
Clark Rodney, real estate agent, SE cor California 

and Montgomery, dwl 535 California 
Clark Sallie Miss, actress, Maguire's Opera House 
Clark Sarah (widow) dwl witti William H. Brown, 

N 8 Fifteenth nr Howard 
Clark Sarah E. (widow) dress maker, 715 Howard 
Clark S. Bailey, dwl 138 Minna 
Clark Seymour B. f Church Sf C.J res New York 
Clark Simon P. (colored) hair dresser, 159 Second 
Clark Tenence, laborer, dwl 113 St. Mark Place 
Clark Thomas, cabinet maker, dwl 138 Minna 
Clark Thomas, laborer, dwl SW cor Polk and Eddy 
Clark Thomas, plumber, 641 Market, dwl SE cor 

Fifth and Minna 
Clark Treat P. with Locke & Montague, dwl 429 

Greenwich 
Clark William, bar tender with M. O'Brien, dwl 

SW cor Vallejo and Davis 



Clark Willinm, boarding, 7) Tehama 

Clark William, nurse, City and Countv Hospital 

Clark William, workman, S. F. Sc P. Sugar Co. dwl 

Downey nr Bryant 
Clark William E. conductor, Omnibua R. R. Co 
Clark William II. T. watch maker, gilder, and sil- 
ver plater, 228 Kearny 
Clark A\ illiam S. proprietor Clark's Point Ware- 
))0U8e, cor Broadway and Biittery, dwl 316 Pine 
Clarke Alfred, policeman. City Hall, dwl 1213 Clay 
Clarke Alonzo N. ( Knowlex Jj- C.J dwl 920 Stock 
Clarke Benjamin, laborer, dwl 65 Stevenson 
Clarke Charles Russell Rev. pnncipal City Female 

Seminary, dwl SE cor Mason and O'tiirrell 
Clarke Daniel (Bennett, Cook ^ C.J attorney at 

law, dwl 323 First 
Clarke Francis, job printer, 520 Merchant, rea Santa 

Clara 
Clarke Francis M. stevedore, dwl Meek Place 
CLARKE (H. K. W.J & CARPENTIER (Ed- 
ward R.J attorneys at law, office 606 Wasliiug- 
ton, dwl 913 Bush 
Clarke Howland, cai-penter, dwl 54 First 
Clarke James, laborer, dwl W s Sansom nr Filbert 
Clarke Jeremiah, attorney at law, office 11 Court 

Block 636 Clay, dwl 1517 Mason 
Clarke John, laborer, Greenwich Warehouse, dwl 

W 8 Sansom nr Filbert 
Clarke John, wood turner, dwl S s Pacific bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Clarke John E. dwl W s Seventh nr Folsom 
Clarke Samuel J. jr. attorney at law, office 604 Mer- 
chant 
Clarke Thomas, blacksmith, Union Foundry, dwl 

S a Howard nr Fremont 
Clarke Thomas, plumber, 641 Market 
Clarke W. carpenter, dwl 331 Bush 
Clarke William, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co 

dwl W 8 Seventh nr Brannan 
Clarke William H. attorney at law, dwl 834 Clay 
Clarkson Henry C. mining stocks, dwl 131 Second 
Clarkson Louisa Miss, actress, Eureka Theater, dwl 

131 Second 
Clarsey Ellen Misa, washwoman, Mt. St. Joseph nr 

San Bruno Road 
Clary Mary Miss, domestic with Mrs. W. H. Til- 

linghast, N s Folsom bet Eighth and Ninth 
Clary Peter, laborer, dwl 59 Minna 
Clary T. waiter, Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Clary Thomas, dwl N s Fwlton nr Octavia 
ClarV William H. mining, office 605 Montgomery, 

dwl American Exchange 
Clasby James, dwl 238 Sutter 
Clasby John, laborer, dwl N a Filbert bet Jones 

and Leavenworth 
Classen Benjamin, laborer, Griffing'a Warehouse, 

dwl cor Geary and Taylor 
Classen Henry, bar keeper, dwl 107 Ellis 
CLASSEN (J. Milton J & CO. (John F. RoheJ pro- 
prietors Pacific Soda Works and importers soda 
stock, 115 Jessie, dwl Lick House 
Classen John C. carpenter and builder, dwl E s 

Jones bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Clatworthy Frank, agent with John H. Scott, cut- 
lery, 29 and 31 Battery, dwl Brevoort House 
Claude Frank, coppersmith, dwl 1 St. Mary 
Claugblin Rufns, with Jas. H. Hoadley, SW cor 

Bush and Lyons nr Lone Mountain Cemetery 
Clausen Charles, boatman, dwl 18 Frederick 
Clausen Francis (Peterxon Sf Co. J dwl 656 Mission 
Clauss Morris R. molder, dwl 809 Washington 
Clausse Jacob, dwl 119 St. Mark Place 
Claussen Henry (Mangels 4* C^dwl S a Geary bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Claussen H. H. veterinary surgeon, 211 Pine, dwl 

137 Sansom 
Claussen John, cigars and tobacco, 121 Keamv 
Claveau Anthony, scenic artist, dwl 1508 Mason, 



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Clay Albert H. clerk, 401 Battery, dwl G08 Sutter 
Clay Jabez P. brick maker, dwl E a Dolores uear 

Sixteenth 
CLAY STREET MARKET, 524 Clay 
Clay Street Wharf Co. office 5126 Merchant 
Clay W. H. trustee Franco Am. Com. Co. 215 Bush 
Clay William, laborer, dwl NE cor Pac and Front 
Clayburgh Albert & Co. fAl. ClayhurghJ clothing, 

418 Montgomery and 523 Sac, dwl 202 Ellis 
Ciayburgh Morris (A. Clnybutfrh Sf Co.) dwl NE 

cor Sacramento and Sansora 
Clayes Joseph K. groceries, 913 Washington 
Claypoole William, painter, SE cor Commercial 

and Davis 
Clavson C. captain schooner William, office 413 East 
CLAYTON CHARLES <to CO. produce commis- 
sion, agents Santa Clara Flour Mills, 223 Clay, 

(and Supervisor Tenth District) dwl 558 Folsom 
Clayton C. T. carpenter, Pacific Glass Works, dwl 

Potrero 
Clayton Francis, clerk, dwl 1206 Stockton 
Clayton Frank, dwl SW cor Taylor and Clay 
Clayton Furman, engineer steamer Amelia, dwl 

1223 Mason 
Clayton Gilbert, gas fitter with Thomas Day, 732 

Montgomery, dwl 1023 Mason 
Clayton H. A. employe, Cosmopolitan Hotel, dwl 

109 Sansom 
Clayton Henry, civil engineer, office 543 Clay 
Clayton Joshua C. mining engineer, dwl 474 Jessie 
Clayton Julia Miss, assistant. Mission Grammar 

School, dwl 1223 Mason 
Clayton William, dwl NE cor Folsom and Fourth 
Clayton William, fruits, etc. NE cor San and Bush 
Clearv Edward, molder, Union Foundry, dwl 32 

Tehama 
Cleary Francis D. book keeper with Taaffe & Co. 

dwl 1306 Pine 
Cleary Mary Miss, domestic, 1419 Taylor 
Cleary Patrick, merchant, dwl 1306 Pine 
Cleary Patrick, shoe maker with Charles L. Rowe, 

dwl 21 Stevenson 
Cleary Peter, express wagon, Mission nr Third 
Cleary Thomas, engineer, dwl 1015 Pacific 
Cleary Thomas, mechanic, San Francisco Gas Co 
Cleary Thomas J. waterman, 609 Market 
Cleary Thomas P. plasterer, dwl junction Market 

and Turk 
Cleavelaud Edwin, broker, dwl SE cor Jessie and 

Fourth 
Cleaveland Henry W. architect, office 505 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Occidental Hotel 
Cleburne Joseph, physician, office and dwelling 1234 

Stockton 
Clees, Peter, billiard table manuf, 510 Jackson 
Clegg Lydia A. Miss, assistant, Denman Grammar 

School, dwl 425 Bryant 
Clemens Charles S. laborer, dwl N s Bryant bet 

First and Fremont 
Clemens John, pressman with Dewey, Waters <fc 

Co. 505 Clay, dwl Chambers nr Front 
Clemens Samuel S. reporter, dwl 44 Minna 
Clement Caroline Mrs. dress making, 415 Powell 
Clement Charles, dwl 415 Powell 
Clement Daniel, carpenter, dwl Trinity nr Bush 
CLEMENT EPHRAIM B. searcher of records, 

office 710 Washington, dwl 526 Gre'eu 
Clement Jabish (Collins 4" (^J attorney at law, 

dwl SW cor Montgomery and Broadway 
Clement John, dwl What Cheer House 
CLEMENT JOSEPH, searcher of records, 710 

Washington, dwl 526 Green 
Clement Lucius G. tally clerk. Pier 10 Stewart, 

dwl 807 Union 
CLEMENT R. P. (Collirui Sf C.) attorney at law 

and supervisor Second District, office 58 Ex- 
change Building, dwl 807 Union 
Clement Rufus H. salesman with H. W. Bragg & 

Co. 31 Battery 



Clement William L. M. carpenter, dwl Ns Bosb 

bet Sansom and Battery 
Clements Daniel, carpenter, Columbian Engine Co. 

No. 11 
Clements George sen. seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 
Clements John, dwl What Cheer House 
Clements John, captain schooner Mighell, Caduc's 

Line, foot Washington 
Clements John, printer. Liberty Hose Co. No. 2 
Clements Matilda Miss, dry goods, 152 Third 
Clements William, seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 
Clendennen Alexander G. dwl vrith F. Gracier, Ws 

California Avenue nr Isabella 
Clendennen James B. book keeper with John Kent- 
field, Pier 10 Stewart, dwl 209 Second 
Cleopatra Co. (fishermen) 30 Italian Fish Market 
Cleic Pierre (Kleinclaus Sf C.J dwl 634 Valleio 
CLERK BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, office 3 

second ttoor City Hall 
Clerks' Relief Society, rooms SE cor Sansom and 

California 
Cleveland Elizabeth A. Miss, private school, W s 

First Avenue nr Sixteenth, dwl 22 ITirst Avenue 
CLIFF HOUSE, Junius G. Foster proprietor, ter- 
minus S. F. & Point Lobos Road, 6 miles from 

City Hall 
Clifford Bridget Miss, domestic, dwl 819 Vallejo 
Clifford Daniel, laborer, dwl 19 Langton 
Clifford Ella F. nurse, dwl 329 Jessie 
Clifford George, commission merchant, office 200 

Front, dwl Union Club Rooms 
Clifford Patrick, laborer, S. F. & San Jos6 R. R 
Clifford Thomas C. (Davis Sf C.J dwl 7120'Farrell 
Clifibrd Z. hostler with Isaac Stone 
Cliffron Bridget Miss, domestic, 427 Sacramento 
Clinch Thomas, drayman, SE cor Clay and Davis, 

dwl Continental Hotel 
Cline H. groceries and liquors, 5 Mission 
Cline Henry, brick maker with E. Morrell, dwl 253 

Jesfcie 
Cline Henr)', clerk. Mission Street Wharf 
CLINE HENRY, liquors, Mission Street Wharf 
Cline John F. porter. Bank Exchange, dwl N s 

Washington nr Leavenworth 
Cline Martin, brick maker with E. Morrell, dwl 253 

Jessie 
Cline Peter, laborer, dwl E s Hyde bet Jackson and 

Pacific 
Cline Simon, clothing, 409 East 
Cline, see Kline, Kliene, and Kleine 
Cliukinbeard N. Medora Miss, dwl with Mrs. N. W. 

Spaulding, W s First Avenue bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Clint Charles, longshoreman, dwl Wb Sansom bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Clinton Arthur, carpenter, dwl 67 Minna 
Clinton C. R. Ethiopian minstrel. Academy Music 
Clinton James, coal passer, steamer Orizaba 
Clinton James, laborer, dwl 411 Natoma 
Clinton James J. bag maker with C. Meyer & Co. 

dwl cor Union and Van Ness Avenue 
Clinton John, seaman, dwl E s Sullivan nr Court- 

laiidt Avenue 
Clinton Mary .Mrs. dress maker, 15 Ritch 
Clinton Temperance House, 311 and 313 Pacific 
Clodi Ijouis, prmter, Califoi'iiia Demokrat, dwl 1 St. 

Mary bet California and Pine 
Cloft'ey James, laborer, 5U5 Third 
Cloherty Anna, domestic, 751 Folsom 
Clom Sen (Chinese) cigar manuf, dwl 535 Pacific 
Cloouey Dennis, blacksmith, dwl 510 Minna 
Cloonev John P. pressman, dwl 58 Stevenson 
Close liarriet A. (widow) dress making, 828 Market 
Close Lewis A. apprentice with Isaac U. Small, dwl 

828 Market 
Close William, local policeman, dwl 828 Market 
Cloud Marv E. (widow) dwl 131 Second 
Cloud Wilfiam, waiter, dwl 47 Jessie 
Clough Amos, seaman, dwl 21 Langton 



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Cloiigh E. E. dwl Wlint Cheer House 

(Jlough Elijah, priuter with Towne &. Bacon, dwl 

'i'l5 Minna 
Clough Frantes Miss, dress maker, dwl 21 Langton 
Clough John F. lahorer, dwl 21 IjanKtou 
Clough f Richard W.J & Ellis (John) painters, 

85 Everett, rear 
Clough Sidney A. driver with A. S. Ilallidie & Co. 

412 Chiy 
Clough (William W.) &. Somers f Austin P.J mar- 
ket, SE cor Kitch and Bryant, dwl 422 Third 
Clue John P. baker. Eclipse IJakery, 1412 Dupont 
Cluue Thomas, merchant, dwl N s Grove bet Laguna 

and Octavia 
Clynes JIargaret, ironer, Chelsea Laundry 
Coabortita (Sinaloa) G. & S. M. Co. office 505 Mont 
Coacibicci Antonio, Hsherman, 3 Italian Fish Market 
Coad Alfred, machinist, dwl 12 Sixth 
Coad Harry, comedian, Bella Union, dwl Ns Geary 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Coad Samuel, teacher music, dwl 561 Mission 
Coady James K. trunk maker, dwl 282 Stevenson 
Coakely Kate Mrs. with Kennedy &, Bell, dwl 307 

First 
Coal Creek Coal M. Co. (Sonoma Co.) office 28 

Government House 
Coaly Timothy, laborer, dwl 30 First 
Coates Caleb fHay J^ C.J dwl 204 Montgomery 
Coates Joseph, butcher, dwl Ns Mission bet Beale 

and Main 
Coates Jloses H. builder, dwl 610 Third 
Coates Theodore H. clerk with R. J. Tiffany, dwl 

610 Third 
Cobb Charles, jeweler with R. B. Gray 
Cobb David, photographic operator with William 

Shew, 423 Montgomery 
Cobb Henrietta Miss, dwl with Thomas A. Hughes 
COBB (Henry A.J & SINTON (Richard H.J real 

estate auctioneers, 406 Mont, dwl 1413 Powell 
Cobb Henry A. jr, with Cobb &, Siuton, 404 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 1413 Powell 
Cobb John P. workman with N. Simonds, cor Bay 

View Park and Hunter's Point roads 
Cobb Lyman, steward, steamer Josie McNear 
Cobb Moses G. ( Tyler iSf C.J attorney at law, office 

31 Court Block 636 Clay, res Stockton 
Cobbledick James (Meeker James 4" Co. J res San 

Antonio 
Cobleigh (Charles E.J & Spencer (William V.J 

milk ranch, N s Clay bet Polk and Van Ness Av 
Cobleigh John L. milk ranch and drayman, Ns Clay 

bet Larkin and Polk 
Coblentz D. (Cobleutz Sr Bro.J 1023 Dupont 
Coblentz (G.J St, Brother (D. Coblentz J dry goods, 

1023 Dupont, dwl 1105 Mason 
Coblentz Joseph, salesman, 618 Kearny, dwl Mason 

nr Washington 
Cobliner Aaron, jobbing merchant, 422 California 
Coburn Francis H. carpenter, E s Leroy Place 
Cobmn Loring, livery stable, 1016 Stockton 
Coburn Parker, carpenter, dwl Washington Hose Co 
Cocamunga M. Co. office 1 Government House, 502 

Washington 
Cochran Alexander (col'd) messenger, office Navy 

Agent, dwl 1404 Leavenworth 
Cochran John, dwl N s Grove bet Laguna and 

Octavia 
Cochran John, dwl SW cor Treat Avenue and 

Twentieth 
Cochran John, porter with William P. Hanison, 

dwl S s Vallejo bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Cochran Joseph P. weigh clerk U. S. Branch Mint 
Cochran Maggie Miss, dwl 74 Natoma 
Cochran William, teamster, cor Mission and Stewart, 

dwl 914 Sacramento 
Cochrane George, waterman, 609 Market, dwl 646 

Mission 
Cochrane John, contractor, 223 Fourth 
Cochrane John, hostler, dwl 628 Pacific 



Cochrane John, lab, dwl cor Lombard and Fillmore 
Cochrane Kate, domestic, 735 Harrison 
('ochrane Mary Ann Miss, domestic. 210 Powell 
Cochrane Mary (widow) awl 161 Silver 
Cochrane Robert, cariienter, dwl 1309 Kearny 
Cochrane Robert N. outcher with David Adler, 3 

Stockton 
Cochrane Thomas, porter, 211 Bat, dwl 673 Mission 
Cock ( WiUiamJ & Flynn (Jumc» F.) Empire Iron 

Works, 221 Mission, dwl 606 Howard 
Cockrill TJieodore G. salesman with Bryant & 

Morrison, dwl 30 Natoma 
Cocks Barzilla, ship carpenter, dwl 46 Tehama 
Cocks Oliver C. pressman with Thompson & Co. 

dwl 104 Fourth 
Cocks William H. butler, cheese, etc. 104 Mission, 

dwl 104 Fourth 
Coeoran Timothy, laborer, dwl 256 Third 
Coddington George, deck hand, steamer Yosemite 
Code John, carriage stables, 818 Mission, dwl 285 

Minna 
Code Philip D. with D. R. Provost & Co. dwl 10 

Bernard 
Cody Wm. with Pollard <fc Carvill, dwl 186 Jessie 
Codington William H. book keeper with Miller Hi, 

Lux. dwl 509 Taylor 
Cody Allen J. carpenter, bds Baily House 
Cody John, tanner, dwl W s Clinton nr Brannan 
Cody Matliew, laborer, dwl 49 Jessie 
CodV Michael, dwl NE cor Chestnut and Hyde 
COl)Y PATRICK J. Morning Light House, SW 

cor Mission and Twenty-Ninth 
Cody Thomas, local policeman, dwl 428 Green 
Coe Edward H. inspector. Custom House, dwl W s 

Calhoun bet Union and Green 
Coe Lawrence W. president Imperial G. M. Co. dwl 

34 Essex 
Coes George H. musician, dwl 813 Stockton 
Coey David N. box maker, dwl 66 Jessie 
Cofer Elliot M. book keeper, dwl 30 Natoma 
Coffay Daniel, laborer, S. F. & San Jo86 R. R 
Coffee B. house mover, dwl 59 Stevenson 
Coffee Hannah (widow) dwl 4 Jessie 
Coflee John, carriage maker, dwl NW cor Jessie 

and Anna 
Coffee Joseph, laborer, dwl 11 Sherwood Place 
Coffee William H. clerk, dwl 1 Bagley Place 
Coffey Daniel, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

31 Moss 
Coffey Esther (widow) dwl 1604 Stockton 
Coffey James, employ^. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Coffey Jeremiah, brass finisher, dwl N s Bush bet 

Sansom and Battery 
Coffey John, policeman. City Hall, dwl 57 Everett 
Coffey John, stevedore, dwl W s Dupont nr Fran- 
cisco 
COFFEY (LewisJ & RISDON (John N.J boiler 

makers, NW cor Market and Bush, and Main 

Street Wharf Co. dwl 516 Stockton 
Coffey Mary (widow) dwl S s Stevenson bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Coffey Patrick, boiler maker. Union Foundry, dwl 

6 Jessie bet First and Ecker 
Coffey P. J. carriage painter with Kimball «fc Co 
Coffin A. G. (Redington Sf Co. J res New York 
Coffin Albert, cooper with Alexander Coffin, dwl 43 

Everett 
Coffin Alexander, State inspector provisions, junc- 
tion Pine and Market, awl 217 Minna 
Coffin Benjamin, cooper with Alexander Coffin 
Coffin Benjamin, porter, Howard Warehouse, W s 

Dupont bet Pacific and Broadway 
Coffin C. A. Miss, assistant, Powell Street School, 

dwl 530 Folsom 
Coffin Catherine Mrs. dwl 132 First 
Coffin C. C. drayman with Edward H. Parker, dwl 

Howard bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Coffin Charles, laborer, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

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Coffin Charles G. butcher, dwl 822 Broadway 
Cottin E. lamidryman, Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Cottin Edward A. stevedore, dwl 20 Clara 
Coffin Frank, watchman, dwl 143 Natonia 
Cottin Frederick S. carpenter, dwl 218 Stockton 
Coffin George, stevedore, dwl 530 Foisom 
Coffin Georjie F. cashier with J. C. Merrill &, Co. 

dwl r>30 Foisom 
Coffin Miss Hannah, domestic. 111 O'Farrell 
Coffin Henrv, cooper with Alexander Coffin, dwl 

ol8 O'l^'anell 
Coffin H. printer, dwl 231 Stevenson 
Coffin James H. compositor with Agnew &. Deflfe- 

bach, dwl 735 Union 
COFFIN fJarvis B.J & RUDMAN (John)\nmheT 

dealers. Pier 14 Stewart, dwl 609 Harrison 
Coffin J. L. clerk with Wheeler Martin, bds Isthmus 

House 
Coffin John F. mineral water works, dwl 143 Na- 

toma 
Coffin J. W. {Cathcart Sr C.J dwl 822 Broadway 
Coffin Peter F. porter, 408 Front, dwl N s Bernard 

nr Jones 
Coffin Robert G. cooper, dwl 143 Natoma 
Coffin Rodolphus W. druggist with W. E. Mayhew, 

S\V cor Valencia and Sixteenth 
Coffin Zenas, assistimt weigher and measurer, office 

Custom House dwl S 8 Francisco bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 
Coffy Mary Miss, domestic with Francis T. Eisen, 

NW cor Guerrero and Seventeenth 
COFRAN GEORGE, superintendent streets and 

highways, office 12 City Hall, first floor, dwl 

14 Qnincy 
Cog Fy (Chinese) physician, 639 Jackson 
Cogan James, broker, dwl 405 Post 
Cogan John, mariner, dwl 809 Mason 
Cogan John R. laborer, dwl E s Sansom bet Green 

and Union 
Cogan Morris, carpenter, dwl SW cor Ritch and 

Foisom 
Cogan Thomas, stonemason, dwl 12 Sutter 
Coggeshall J. H. druggist, dwl 1518 Mason 
Coggeshall Sarah Miss, housekeeper with N. Simon, 

cor Bay View Park and Hunter's Point roads 
Coggshall W. A. book keeper, dwl Cosmopolitan 

Ho,tel 
Coggshall William A. lumber surveyor, dwl Bailey 

llouse 
Coghill Andrew J. & Co. (Owens, Moore <5' O. 

Stock(onJ office 313 Front, dwl 1215 Clav 
COGmLb.J. H: & CO. CWju. N. Coghi'llJ im- 
porters and jobbers groceries and provisions, 

SVV cor Front and Commercial, res New York 
Coghill Thomas B. salesman with J. H. Coghill & 

Co. dwl 1231 Washington 
Coghill William N. (J. H. Coghill Sy Co.) dwl 

1231 Washington 
Coghlin Daniel C. shipwright, dwl 236 Fremont 
Cogill John, teacher dancing, dwl 1410 Powell 
Cogle M. L. machinist, dwl 546 Mission 
Cogswell Henry D. real estate, office and dwl 610 

Front 
Cogswell James L. dentist, office and dwl 117 Sec- 
ond 
Cogswell James P. (Standard Soap Co.) dwl 247 

Second 
Cogswell's Building, 610 Front 
Cohalan Daniel, livery stable, dwl 16 Virginia I 
Cohane Lawrence, carpenter, 687 Market, dwl 12 

Everett 
Cohea Edward U. conductor Market Street R. R. 

dwl W s Valencia bet Sixteenth and Seventeeth 
Cohen Abraham, laborer, dwl 626 Keai-ny 
Cohen Abraham, tailor, dwl 123 Jackson 
COHEN ALFRED A. attorney at law, office SW 

cor Sansom and Jackson 
Cohen Angelo, clerk with B. Gattel, 519 Mont- 
gomery, dwl NE cor Stockton and Greenwich 



Cohen Benjamin L. salesman, dwl 138 Silver 
Cohen Bernard (Morris Sf C.J dwl 552 Tehama 
Cohen David, peddler, dwl 41 Jessie 
Cohen Frederick, dwl SW cor Firet and Stevenson 
Cohen Frederick, drayman, 215 Battery, dwl cor 

Second and Mission 
Cohen Harris, dwl 134 Sutter 
Cohen Harris, job wagon, dwl 137 Third 
Cohen Henry, clothing, dwl 812 Kearny 
Cohen Henry, book keeper with A. A. Cohen, dwl 

730 Howard 

Cohen Henrv, truckman, cor California and San- 
som, dwl Howard bet Fifth and Sixth 
Cohen Henry L. book keeper, 313 Sacramento, dwl 

cor Dupont and Francisco 
Cohen Henry M. dwl 557 Mission 
Cohen Isadore, dwl 38 First 
Cohen Jacob, clerk, dwl 253 Minna 
Cohen James, brick maker, dwl W s Dolores bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Cohen King, cigar manufacturer, dwl 942 Kearny 
Cohen L. M. merchant, dwl 1513 Stockton 
Cohen Louis, salesman, 4 Montgomery, dwl N s 

Jessie bet First and Second 
Cohen Louis, tailor, 70 First, dwl 229 Sixth 
Cohen I^ouis, variety store, 743 Pacific 
Cohen Louis M. salesman, 530 Kearny, dwl 805 

Bush 
Cohen Martin, book keeper with Heyuemann & Co. 

dwl 1120 Stockton 
Cohen Meyer, clothing, 516 Com, dwl 35 Everett 
Cohen N. cabinet maker, W s Clara nr Bush 
Cohen Samuel, clerk, 427 Montgomery, dwl 1117 

Kearny 
Cohen Samuel H. collector, dwl 1505 Stockton 
Cohen Selig A. market wagon, dwl 508 Post 
Cohen Simon, salesman, 320 Kearny 
Cohen Simon, tailor, 110 Leidesdorff 
Cohen Solomon, glazier, dwl E s Rassette Place No 2 
Cohen Thomas ( S. Snapper S/- Co. J dwl SE cor 

Stockton and Sacramento 
Cohen Thomas, clerk, dwl 718 Stockton 
Cohen Waldow Madame, pianoforte teacher, dwl 

1505 Stockton 
Cohen William, clothing, dwl 912 Kearny 
Cohen William, laborer with Hey &l Meyn 
Cohen William, waiter, dwl 323 Pine 
Cohn Abraham, glazier, dwl 23 Jessie 
Cohn Abram, brewer, dwl 1049 Howard 
Cohn Alexander, salesman, 509 Commercial 
Cohn D. physician, office 642 Washington 
Cohn Edward, cigars and tobacco, 627 Clay 
Cohn Edward, cigars and tobacco, dwl 515 Pine 
COHN ELKAN Rev. pastor congregation Emanu 
El and principal Academic Seminary 235 Post, 
dwl 117 Taylor 
Cohn H. drayman, 308 California 
COHN H. & CO. (Jacob and Herman Greene- 
baum and Henry WoodleafJ importers and 
jobbers clothing, 413 and 415 Sacramento, res 
New York 
Cohn Harris, job wagon, dwl 137 Third 
Cohn Henry, book keeper with I. H. Cohn & Son, 

dwl W's Sansom bet Bush and Pine 
Cohn Hermann, dwl 227 Stevenson 
Cohn I. H. & Son (Richard CohnJ wholesale but- 
ter, eggs, and cheese, 607 Sansom, res Petaluma 
Cohn I. N. bakery, 27 Dupont 
Cohn Isaac (J. Sf I. CohnJ office 220 California, 

dwl 731 Foisom 
Cohn Isaac, cigars and tobacco, 622 Kearny, dwl 615 

Commercial 
Cohn Isadore, dwl 226 Fourth 
Cohn J. & I. merchants, office 220 California, dwl 

731 Foisom 

Cohn Jacob, boots and shoes, 37 Pacific, dwl SE 

cor Broadway and Front 
Cohn Jacob, merchant, dwl 331 Fourth 
Cohn Jacob D. salesman, 431 Mont, dwl 253 Minna 



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Cohn Jmnes, tailor, dwl 16 Lafayette Place 

Cobn Julius, cigars uiid tobacco, 228 Battery, dwl 

525 Pine 
Cohn Louis, dwl 206 Eddy 
Colm Ix)ui8, clothing, 417 Commercial 
COHN LOUIS, merchant, office 207 Battery, dwl 

1201 Sacnitiiunto 
Cohn Louis, tailor, 312 Pacific, dwl 207 Pacific 
Cohn Louis B. clothing, 'J21 Kearny 
Colm M. A. bIicIIb and fancy goods, 822 Market 
Cohn Manuel, clothing, 413 Commercial 
Cohn M. B. clothing, dwl 131 Jackson 
Cohn M. 1). salesman, 651 Wash, dwl 253 Minna 
Cohn Morris (l^vy tV C.J dwl 45 Second 
Cohn MoriiK, broker, office 218 Battery, dwl Conti- 

nenUil Hotel 
Cohn Nathan, tailor, 672 Mission 
Cohn Kii'hard (I. H. Cohn Sj- Son) dwl 109 Sansom 
Cohn Salman, tailor, 312 Pacific, dwl E s Battery 

bet Pine and Bush 
Cobn Samuel, clerk with Cbas. Satro, St. Francis 

H. &. L. Co. No. 1 
Cohn Samuel A. vegetables and fruit, dwl ■'iOS Post 
Cohn Simon fBasch, Colm 4' Co.) dwl 628 O'Farrell 
Cohn Simon, cap maker with Wolf Fleisher, dwl 

202 Second 
Cohn Simon, clothing, 509 and 525 Commercial, dwl 

New York Hotel 
Cohn S. S. clerk with M. L..Citron, dwl 131 Pacific 
Cohn William, compositor. Abend Post, dwl 533 

Mission 
Cohn W. M. clothing, dwl 666 Mission 

Cohn , upholsterer, dwl 1 St. Mary Place 

Cohrn Edward, cigars and tobacco, dwl 913 Stockton 
Coit Benjamin B. physician, office NE cor Market 

and Montgomery 
Cokely Ellen, domestic, dwl 267 Stevenson 
Cokely Ellen Miss, domestic, N W cor Franklin and 

Post 
Cokely Ellen Miss, domestic, 314 Stockton 
Cokely James, laborer, bds Phoenix House, 721 San 
Cokley Julia, domestic, 1069 Howard 
Colbert Daniel, laborer, S. F. & San Jos6 R. R 
Colbert John, dwl Broderick Engine House 
Colborn A. D. (widow) dwl 604 Pine 
Colburn Alfred, clerk, 62 Washington Market, dwl 

with Capt. Rollins 
Colburn Charles H. driver, Wells, Far^o & Co. 

dwl 536 Pine 
Colburn George L. superintendent Home of the In- 
ebriate 
Colburn George W. painter, dwl Sumner St. House 
Colburn Reuben B. conductor. Central R. R. Co. 

dwl NW cor Sixth and Bi-annan 
Colburn Richard, clerk, dwl SW cor Union and Cal- 
houn 
Colburn Thomas, night watchman. Lick House 
COLBURN THOMAS W. secretary miming com- 
panies, office 505 Mont, dwl 182o Stockton 
Colby (Benjamin F.J & Barker (Isaac jr. J brick 

manufacturers, office Third Street Wharf, dwl 

W s Howard bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
Colby Charles A. compositor. Our Mazeppa, dwl 

1102 Pacific 
Colby Hiram H. waterman, 609 Market 
Colby James, ship calker, dwl -W s Thirteenth nr 

Market 
Colby J. P. drayman with Bryant & Beadle, dwl 

Sailors' Home, Davis 
Colby Jonathan, drayman, dwl 318 Davis 
Colby Z. F. fruits, Meiggs' Wharf, dwl NE cor 

Francisco and ilason 
Colcord M. J. (widow) dwl 663 Mission 
Coldwell Charles, carpenter, dwl 258 Minna 
Coldwell Charles, molder, dwl 48 Jane 
Coldwell Edward L. with N. Davidson, Glen Ranch, 

Potrero Nuevo 
Cole C. with Eiseu Bros, dwl 515 Market 
Cole C. H. second steward. Lick House 



Cole Cornelius, attorney at law, dwl 1030 Bush 
Cole Edmund C. house painter, dwl S s Filbert bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Cole Edward, boot maker, dwl 1240 Dnpont 
Cole Edward, porter with Agard, Foulkes &. Co. 

412 Front 
Cole Elvin N. clerk. What Cheer Laundry 
Cole G. carpenter, dwl 5.')9 Market 
Cole H. drayman, dwl 163 Minna 
Cole Henry W. millwright, dwl NW cor California 

and Larkin 
Cole James (col'd) waiter, stm Chrysopolis 
Cole J. L. carpenter, Maguire's Opera House 
Cole John, boiler maker. Union Foundry, dwl 12 

Moss 
Cole John, harness maker with J. C. Johnson & Co. 

dwl 632 Second 
Cole John, laborer, dwl 934 Kearny 
Cole John, stone cutter, dwl 24 Sansom 
Cole John H. helper, Columbian Engine Co. No. 11 
Cole Josiah L. dwl 1020 Jackson 
Cole Levi F. boiler maker , Union Foundry, dwl E b 

Geneva bet Sixth and Seventh 
Cole Lyman, painter, dwl 815 Montgomery 
Cole Martin, expressman, bds Telegraph Home 
Cole Mary (widow) dwl W side Grove bet Laguna 

and Octavia 
COLE N. P. &. CO. (O. W. MerriamJ importers 

and wholesale dealers furniture, mahogany, etc. 

518 Front, dwl 730 Sutter 
Cole N. W. carpenter with S. S. Culverwell, 29 

Fremont, dwl 903 Sacramento 
COLE R. BEVERLY, physician, office 1234 Stock- 
ton, dwl 649 Howard 
COLE R. E. surgeon dentist, 715 Clay, res Oakland 
Cole Silver M. Co. office 123 California 
Cole Thomas, stone cutter, dwl 24 Sansom 
Cole Thomas jr. traveling agent. Wells, Fargo & 

Co. dwl Brevoort House 
Cole William, dwl 6 Montgomery 
Cole William, engineer, dwl 181 Jessie 
Cole William, laundry, office 108 Dupont, dwl 114 

Dora 
Cole William, stone cutter, dwl 24 Sansom 
Coleman Agusta Miss, 156 Third 
Coleman .A. J. bar keeper, Hygeian Bowling Sa- 
loon, Francisco bet Powell and Mason 
Coleman A. N. (Hayward 4" C.J dwl Occidental 

Hotel 
Coleman Andrew, receiver, Central R. R. Co. dwl 

116 Taylor 
Coleman B. shoe maker, dwl 216 Second 
Coleman C. S. surgeon, stm Moses Taylor, res San 

Leandro 
Coleman David M. book binder with Edward Bos- 

qui &. Co. dwl S s Montgomery Court near 

Broadway 
Coleman David R. ship smith, 706 Front, dwl 609 

Powell 
Coleman E. envelope manufacturer, 775 Market, 

dwl 777 Market 
Coleman Eliza, domestic, dwl 322 Fremont 
Coleman James N. cooper, dwl 13 Auburn 
Coleman James S. employe. Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 

dwl 114 Freelon 
Coleman Jane (widow) produce, dwl W s Battery 

bet Filbert and Union 
Coleman J. E. W. house and sign painter, dwl 412 

Tehama 
Coleman John, shoe maker, 1020 Market, dwl Hayes 

Valley 
Coleman John H. collector, Alta California, dwl St. 

Charles, bet Broadway and Pacific 
Coleman John P. lager beer saloon, 1005 Kearny 
Coleman Joseph, laborer, dwl W s Chesley nr Har- 
rison 
Coleman Joseph W. dwl 446 Third 
Coleman Josias M. clerk with Armes & Dallam, 217 

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Coleman M. Mr8. cloak and dress maker, 659 Clay, 

dwl 12U Ellis 
Coleman Magfjrie Miss, domestic, dwl 1221 Clay 
Coleman Margaret Mias, domestic, 742 Howard 
Coleman Miciiael, laborer, dwl E s Diamond near 

Seventeenth 
Coleman Jlilton, carpenter, dwl SW cor Sixteenth 

and Capp 
Coleman Morris, clothing, 110 Third, dwl 156 Third 
Coleman P. hostler. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Coleman Patrick, laborer, dwl 9 Clara 
Coleman Patrick, helper, Union Foundry, dwl 135 

Clara 
Coleman Robert, asphaltum roofer, dwl 145 Post 
Coleman Susan, domestic with John M. Bogart, W s 

Eleventh nr Market 
Coleman Thomas, boot fitter, dwl 710 Bush 
Coleman Thomas, salesman, 510 Market, bds Fisher 

House 
Coleman Thomas, saloon, dwl 1308 Kearny 
Coleman Thomas, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. 

dwl Ritter nr Seventh 
Coleman Thomas jr. clerk, dwl 777 Market 
Coleman (^r^ow as S.J & Burditt /^ IF. W.J Idaho 

Liquor Saloon, 650 Sac, dwl 1308 Kearny 
Coleman William, seaman, d\yl 109 Jackson 
COLEMAN WILLIAM T. & CO. (George Piatt) 

importing, shipping, and commission merchants, 

oflice 417 Battery cor Merchant, dwl Union 

Club Rooms 
Coleman, see Colman 
COLEMAN'S CALIFORNIA LINE CLIPPER 

SHIPS, office 417 Battery cor Merchant 
Coles Albert, lather, dwl 803'Howard 
Coles Edward, waiter, 28 Montgomery 
Coles Robert J. driver. Omnibus R. R. Co. dwl 803 

Howard 
Coleson A. A. clerk, dwl E 8 Kearny bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 
COLEY (H. C.J &. DEARBORN (J. P.) fruit, 

confectionery, etc. 121 Fourth 
Coley Hiram M. porter with R. Hall & Co. dwl 23 

Clara 
Colfer Patrick, hostler, 317 Pine, dwl Main near 

Market 
Colgan Michael, saddle and harness, dwl 822 Valiejo 
Colgrove George L. teamster with R. T. Reynolds 

6 Co. dwl 417 Folsoni bet Firet and Fremont 
Colier Charles E. bar keeper, 530 Clay 

Collen James, workman, woolen factory, dwl E s 

Mission nr Fifteenth 
Colleran Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 627 Union 
Collerty Margt. Miss, domestic, dwl 115 Prospect PI 
Collett C. baker, Russ House 
Collett John, baker, Brown's Bakery, dwl 1223 

Stockton 
Collibeaux Pauline Madame, French Laundry, 335 

Bush 
Collie Thompson, captain schooner Fairfield, oflSce 

7 Stewart 

COLLIE f William M.J & STEWART (Henry J 

nursery and florists, 27 Geary 
Collier August, jeweler with F. R. Reichel 
Collier Charles W. Old Georgia Restaurant, 923 

Kearny, dwl 518 Pacific 
Collier Dell Miss, milliner with Mrs. E. McCrum, 

604 Kearny 
COLLIER FREDERICK, livery and sale stable, 

655 Sacramento, dwl 642 Sacramento 
Collier J. M. carpenter with S. S. Culverwell, 29 

Fremont, dwl 404 Bush 
Collier W. J. compositor, American Flag, bds New 

Wisconsin Hotel, 411 Pacific 
Colligan Torrence, laborer, dwl Valiejo nr Larkin 
Colligin John, laborer with William Buckley 
Collin Charles, machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwl Te- 
hama nr First 
Collin Henry, salesman with William Sherman & 

Co. dwl 1307 Pacific 



Collin Sarah L. Mrs. midwife, dwl 1307 Pacific 
Collin William, clerk, dwl .58 Shipley 
COLLINS (A. UJ & CLEMENT '(R. P. and .la- 
bifh) attorneys at law, office 58 Exchange 
Building, dwl 618 Green 
Collins Alvina Miss, domestic with James R. Bolton 
Collins Andrew, miner, dwl 253 Clementina 
Collins Bartholomew, tailor, 416 Folsom 
Collins Benjamin, carpenter, 627 California, dwl 

248 Jessie 
Collins Benjamin, waiter, dwl 106J Clay 
Collins Bernard, seaman, bds Blue Wing, Front nr 

Valiejo 
Collins B. R. teamster, Pier 9 Stewart, dwl 206 

Fifth 
Collins Catharine Miss, domestic, 962 Mission 
COLLINS C. E. watch maker and jeweler, 602 

Montgomery, dwl 755 Clay 
Collins Charles (colored) waiter, stmr Chrysopolis 
Collins Charles E. clerk, 413 Montgomery, dwl 

Brooklyn Hotel 
Collins Charles E. minstrel, Academy Music 
Collins Cornelius, bricklayer, dwl 151 Natoma 
Collins Cornelius, builder, W s Fifth nr Minna, dwl 

1211 Bush 
Collins Daniel, deck hand, steamer Princess 
Collins David, dwl 206 Fifth 
Collins David, laborer, dwl 1332 Washington 
Collins Dennis, butcher, dwl W s Gilbert bet Bry- 
ant and Brannau 
Collins D. J. furniture repairer, 613 Mission 
Collins D. R. molder. Miners' Foundry, dwl 53 Na- 
toma 
Collins Edward, clerk. Assistant Weigher, Custom 

House, dwl 407 Hyde 
Collins Edward, boiler maker helper, Vulcan Iron 

Works 
Collins Edward, seaman, dwl S s Greenwich bet 



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lins Elizabetli 



Collins Elizabeth (widow) dwl 6 Lick Alley 
Collins Ellen M. Miss, laundress, Protestant Orphan 

Asylum 
Collins E. S. plumber and gas fitter, 825 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 202 Green 
Collins George, attorney at law, dwl 268 Tehama 
Collins George H. salesman with Newhall, Brooks 

& Nettleton, dwl 22 Minna 
Collins J. Capt. dwl 140 Stewart 
Collins James, boiler maker. Pacific Foundry, dwl 

15 Ecker 
Collins James, deck hand, steamer Chrysopolis 
Collins James, laborer, dwl with Patrick McAntee, 

N s Mission bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Collins James, painter, dwl 7 Trinity 
Collins James C. halter, dwl 114 Prospect Place 
Collins Jane Miss, domestic, 934 Howard 
Collins John, bar keeper, 614 Montgomery 
Collins John, boot black with C. Diehl, 5l33 Sac 
Collins John, brass finisher, dwl 93 Jessie 
Collins John, cutler with Michael Price, dwl 18 

Marsh 
Collins John, express wagon, cor Clay and Davis, 

dwl 66 Stevenson 
Collins John, tailor, dwl 63 Stevenson 
Collins John, watchman. Golden State Iron Works, 

dwl Beale nr Market 
Collins John Mrs. dwl 1224 Jackson 
Collins John C. hair dresser with StefTen & Bro. 

dwl 173 Minna 
Collins John W. clerk with Tax Collector, City 

Hall, dwl 715 Bush 
Collins Joseph C. proprietor Government House, 

502 Wasnington, office 5, dwl room 31 
Collins M. laborer, dwl 316 Fourth 
Collins Maggie Miss, domestic with William H. 

Hyde, E s Mission bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Collins Margaret, domestic with William Kerr, dwl 

903 Battery 
Collins Margaret Miss, domestic, dwl 1304 Pine 



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Collins Mntthew, seooud officer uteuiner Pacific 
ColIiiiM Micliiiel, liriver, Ciilil'oruiu Powder Works, 

dwl S H Hoyd iir Ki>,'htli 
CoUine Midim-l, liiborer, dwl jf 8 WaBliington bet 

Lurkiii mid Polk 
Colliue Micliael, laborer. S. F. & San Job6 R. R 
Collins Michael, ])la«terer, dwl W s Kuaa bet Foi- 

soni and Howard 
Collins Patrick, dwl 1'28 Clementina 
Collins Patrick, dwl 1-15 Natoina 
Collins Patrick, deck hand, uteanier Jnlia 
Collins Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Folsom bet Beale 

and Main 
Collins Patrick, laborer, dwl 419 Stevenson 
Collins Patrick, laborer, dwl 949 Folsoni 
Collins Pauline (widowj drens maker, 627 Sac 
Collins Peter, clerk with Robert I'age, dwl 20 Du- 

pont 
Collins Richard, carpenter, 627 Cal, dwl 248 Jessie 
Collins Richard, fireman, Jlission Woolen Mills 
Collins Richard, laborer, dwl E 8 First Avenue bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Collins Richard W. wharfinger, Broadway Wharf, 

dwl 122 Geary 
Collins Silas H. teamster. Pier 9 Stewart, dwl 206 

Fifth 
Collins Solomon J. mariner, dwl 1906 Mason 
Collins Salvia P. dwl 815 Mission 
Collins Timothy, builder, dwl 548 Tehama 
Collins Timothy, laborer, dwl 331 Bush 
Collins Timothy, messenger, 37 Montgomery Block, 

dwl 41 South Park 
Collins William, deck hand, steamer Chrysopolis 
Collins William, niglit watchman, S. F. &, San Jos^ 

R. R. dwl Florida nr Twentieth 
CoUischonn Charles, clerk with Abel Guy, dwl 110 

Eddy 
Collison James, boiler maker, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 10 Jessie 
Collinson John A. chief adjuster Coiner's Depart- 
ment, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 1 Harlan Place 
Collner John (California PiMishing Co.) dwl 12 

Natoma 
Collombe G. & S. M. Co. office 607 Washington 
Collopy Michael, with Stillman Hendricks, NW cor 

Larkin and Pine 
Collopy Timothy, miner, dwl N s Minna nr Seventh 
Colman Abraham (Colnian Bros.) dwl 427 Sac 
CoUnan A. F. druggist with James H. Widber, cor 

Kearny and Market 
Colman Brothei-s (Solomon, Morris, Abraham, and 

Cliarlexj wholesale and retail clothing, SW cor 

Montgomery and Wash, res Xew York 
Colman Charles (Colman, Bros.) dwl 427 Sac 
Colman James M. (Glidden C. Sf Co.) Pier 22 

Stewart 
Colman Morris (Colman Bros.) dwl 427 Sac 
Colman Michael, peddler, dwl Hinckley 
Colopal S. M. Co. office 305 Montgomery room 6 
Colorado River Line Packets, George F. Hooper 

agent, office 308 Front 
Colson Alexander, tinware, 930 Dupont, dwl E 8 

Jasper Place 
Colson Andrew, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Colson Edward A. messenger, Custom House, dwl 

NE cor Kearny and Greenwich 
Colson John, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Colston G. I. lather, dw-1 28 Sansom 
Colter D. laborer, Spring Valley W. W 
Colter John, policeman. City Hall, dwl S s Pfeiflfer 

nr Stockton 
Colting E. P. mariner, dwl N s Chestnut bet Dupont 

and Stockton 
COLTON (David D.) & HARRISON (Ralph C.) 

attorneys at law, office 402 Montgomery rooms 

11-13 tliird floor, dwl 220 Third 
Colton William, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Colton William, teamster, cor Stewart and Mission, 

dwl W s Hawes ur Folsom 



Coltf.a's Building, NW cor Third and Tehama 

Coll .V. C. dwl Niantic Hotel 

CO/. ITMBIA FIRE INSURANCE CO. New 

York, R. B. Swuin & Co. agents, 2()t) Front 
Columbus Amiel, cook. City Front House, 62.j Davis 
Coliimpio G. &, S. M. Co. office 606 Montgomery 
Colvan Kate Miss, domestic with Sam'l L. The'ller 
Colvin James A. gas filter with Thomas Day, 732 

Montgomery, dwl S s Greenwich bet Leaven- 
worth and .^ones 
Colvin Lvdia Mrs. dress maker, 644 Mission 
Collwell \Villiam, inachinisf, Vulcan Foundry, dwl 

E s Folsom nr Precita Avenue 
Colyer Washington (Branch ^ C. ) dwl 923 

Kearny 
COMBES *J. C. Blue Wing, 526 Montgomery, dwl 

1027 Dunont 
Comeiford Mary Theresa Jliss, superioress Presen- 
tation Convent, cor Stockton and Lombard 
Comer Bartley, sawyer, dwl 118 Minna 
Comerford Eifward, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Comerford Patrick, express wagon, JMeiggs' Wharf 
Comerford Patrick, liquor saloon, dwl 719 Francisco 
Comeron James, bakery, 509 Tliird 
Comet Petroleum Co. office 36 Exchange Building 
Comford John, laborer with John Center, NW cor 

Sixteenth and Folsom 
Comings John H. clerk. Piers 17-18 Stewart, dwl 

23 Minna 
Comins Paschal B. mechanic, 1067 Broadway dwl 

68 Bernard 
Comiskey Patrick, groom, dwl 62 Minna 
Commatti Dominic, clerk, 21 Washington Markpt, 

dwl E s Dnpont bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Commerce S. M. Co. office 529 Clay 
COMMERCIAL BANK CORPORATION OF 

INDIA AND THE EAST, Richard Newby 

agent, office 408 California 
Commercial Building, NW cor Pine and Battery 
COMMERCIAL FLOUR MILL, Grosh & Ruth- 
erford proprietors, 143 and 145 First 
Commercial Hotel, W. H. Norton proprietor, 123 

and 125 Pacific 
Commercial Printing Office, Francis, Valentine & 

Co. proprietors, 517 Clay 
Commeseel Herman L. importer and commission 

merchant, 307 California, dwl 823 Sutter 
Commins Edward (P. Riley Sp Co.) dwl NW cor 

Mission and Eleventh 
Commissioners (Board of) Funded Debt, office Par- 

rott'e Building 
Compes H. cabinet maker, dwl 316 Jackson 
Composfinos Frederick, laborer, dwl 1214 Kearny 
Compton H. N. wheelwright with J. C. H. Mattiiai, 

607 Battery 
Compton Kenneth, cigar maker, dwl 30 Third 
Compton L. F. miller, Golden Age Flour Mills, dwl 

NE cor Bush and Sansom 
Comstock Arnold M. broker, dwl 810 Vallejo 
Comstock Mary (widow) adjuster, U. S. Branch 

Mint, dwl N s Pine bet Powell and Stockton 
Comyns John, calker, dwl 3 Liberty 
Conahan Cornelius, milk ranch. Lake Merced 
Conaban John, works with Cornelius Conahan 
Conaff Kate Miss, domestic, dwl 1707 Stockton 
Conant B. H. molder, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 212 

Second 
Conant Hartwell, molder, dwl 81 Natoma 
Concannon Lawrence, core maker. Golden State 

Iron Works, dwl 43 Clementina 
Conch Alfred A. Bay City Laundry, 1140 and 1142 

Folsom 
Concordia Club Room, NE cor Bush and Kearny 
Condel Joseph D. book keeper with Samuel Kellett, 

dwl 316 Fourth 
Conden E. W. teamster with Reynolds & Co. dwl 

E s Folsom bet First and Fremont 
Conden James, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Condett Edward, cook, dwl S s Dupont Alley 



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Condon Kate Miss, domestic with Robert J. Polk 
Condon Margaret Miss, domestic, Summer Street 

House 
Condon Marj^ (widow) dwl 1710 Mason, rear 
Condon Morris, porter, 404 Front, dwl 510 Front 
Condon Patrick, shoe maker with Dennis A. Heale}^ 

dwl 12 O'Farrell 
Condray Otis, stevedore, dwl 308 Folsom 
Condrick John, longshoreman, dwl Filbert nr Mont 
Condrin James, machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 35o 

Minna 
Cone Jessie B. clerk with S. P. Whitman, 313 Mont 
Cone Scott, dwl 845 Dupont 
Cone William H. salesman, 34 Montgomery, dwl 8 

Virginia Place 
Coneo (John) Pizello (Frank) liquor saloon, 1313 

Dupont 
Conery John, laborer, dwl 8 Pollard Place 
Cone_v Alexander, pawnbroker, 813 Dupont 
Coney Ellen Miss, domestic with D. Stern, S s Ful- 
ton nr Gough 
Confert Zundell, waiter, 506 Montgomery dwl 812 

Green 
Conlidence Silver M. Co. (Gold Hill) office 415 Mont 
Cong Wa (Chinese) washing, S 8 Sixteenth bet Va- 
lencia and Mission 
Congdon Charles, seaman, dwl 54 Sacramento 
CON(JDON GEORGE, miningsecretary, office 606 

Montgomery, bds Occidental Hotel 
Congdon Henry B. mining secretary and commis- 
sioner deeds for Nevada, office 620 Washington, 
dwl N 8 Thirteenth nr Mission 
Conge C. French Hospital, Bryant nr Sixth 
Conger (Benjamin T.) & Gray ( William O.) pro- 
duce commission, 212 Wasli, dwl 212 Minna 
Conger Charles C. first lieutenant Co. K California 

Volunteers, Fort Point 
Congiato N. Very Rev., S.J. clergyman, St. Ignatius' 

Church, Ss Markei bet Fourth and Fifth 
Congrahs Pehr, tailor, dwl 631 Broadway 
Conkelman Benjamin, traveling agent, Wheeler & 
Wilson's Sewing Machine Co. dwl 920 Stockton 
Conklin Enoch, captain steamer Julia, C. S. Navi- 
gation Co. office NE cor Front and Jackson 
Conklin Henry B. waiter. Lick House 
Conklin Nathaniel G. machinist, dwl 1111 Dupont 
Coukling David, book keeper with B. C. Horn & Co. 

dwl 555 Harrison 
CONKLING G. W. auction salesroom, 714 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 962 Mission 
Conlan John, laborer, dwl 307 First 
Conlan John, waiter, dwl 759 Market 
Couland Bernard, waiter, dwl 18 Sherwood Place 
Conland Francis, laborer, dwl 18 Sherwood Place 
Conley Arthur, laborer with Wm". Kerr, dwl 903 Bat 
Couley Daniel, laborer, dwl E s Main bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Conley Elizabeth (widow) dwl 1025 Washington 
Conley Frank, bar tender, 339 Third cor Verona 
Conley James, groom, dwl 449 Jessie bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Conley James, packer, dwl 17 Main 
Conley John, cartman, dwl 137 Minna 
Conley John, laborer, dwl S s Brannan bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Conley Lawrence, liquors, SE cor Geneva and 

Brannan 
Conley Michael, laborer, dwl 37 Baldwin Court 
Conley Patrick, waiter. Magnolia ^iestaurant, dwl 

S s Tehama nr Fifth 
Conlin Catherine Miss, domestic, 22 Montgomery 
Conlin Elizabeth Miss, domestic, dwl 835 Howard 
Conlin James, laborer, S. F. & San Jos6 R. R. dwl 
Conlin Jas. metal roofer with H. G. & E. S. 

Fiske, dwl 407 Tehama 
Conlin John, contractor, dwl 129 Clara, rear 
Conlin John, retortman, S. F. Gas Co 
Conlin John C. carpenter, dwl W s Seventh nr Har- 
rison 



Conlin John F. street contractor, dwl 113 O'Farrell 
Conlin John J. carp^iter, dwl Clara bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Conlin Mary Miss, domestic, 610 Ellis 
Conlin Michael, laborer, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

W 8 Gilbert bet Brannan and Townsend 
Conlin Patrick, with J. Hirth & Co. dwl 517 Vallejo 
Conlin Terrence, laborer, dwl 17 Sherwood Place 
Conlin Winnie Miss, domestic, 631 Sutter 
Conlon Bernard, waiter. Miners' Restaurant, dwl 

159 Minna 
Conlon Martin, cartman, dwl Brannan bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Conlon Mathew, laborer with William Kerr, dwl 

903 Battery 
Conlon Thomas, laborer with William Buckley 
Conlv Sarah Miss, domestic, 925 Howard 
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 

CO. Hartford, Bigelow & Brother agents, 505 

Montgomerv 
Conneff James, laborer, dwl W 8 Sansom bet Green- 
wich and Filbert 
Connegan Maria, domestic, dwl 320 Jessie 
Connell Charles, waiter, Russ House 
Connell Charles, plasterer, dwl 204 Montgomery 
Connell Charles D. first assistant engineer S. F. 

Fire Department, and inspector. Custom House, 

dwl Vigilant Engine House 
Connell David, commission agent, 4 Drumm . 
Connell Ellen, domestic, dwl 416 Second 
Connell Hannah Miss, nurse, dwl NW cor Stock- 
ton and Pacific 
Connell James, steward. Willows, SW cor Mission 

and Eighteenth 
Connell James D. carpenter and builder, office and 

dwl 1026 Pacific 
Connell John, cartman, dwl Ellis nr Van Ness Av 
Connell John, porter, 223 Front, dwl 28 Clementina 
Connell Julia (widow) dwl 17 Hunt 
Connell M. A. laborer. Custom House, 
Connell Margaret Miss, domestic 317 Powell 
Connell Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 618 Third 
Connell Mary Ann Miss, domestic, dwl with Edward 

LeBreton 
Connell Michael, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Moss and Folsom 
Connell Michael, laborer, S. F. &. San Jos^ R. R 
Connell Michael, laborer, dwl W s Geneva bet 

Bryant aud Brannan 
Connell Michael, lab, dwl E s Rassette Place No. 2 
Connell Philip, stone mason, dwl 119 Stevenson 
Connell Richard, carrier. Bulletin and Call, dwl E s 

Russ nr Folsom 
Connell Richard, hackman, dwl 12 Clara 
Connell Thomas, boiler maker, dwl N s Frederick 
Connell Thomaa, cartman, 69 JcKsie 
Connell Thomas, laborer, dwl 50 Beale 
Connell Thomas, laborer, Golden State Iron Works 
Connell Thomas L. laborer, dwl 551 Market 
Connell Timothy, boiler irtaker with Coffeytt Risdon 
Connell Timothy, waiter, Russ House 
Connell W. C. G. conductor, North Beach & M. R. 

R. Co 
Connell William, workman with Caseholt &, Co 
Connell William, workman with A. Tait, Old San 

Jos6 Road nr St. Mary's College 
Connell William F. plasterer, dwl 633 Market 
Connell see Cornell / 
Connelly Ann Miss, with Lesser Leszynsky, dwl 

5 O'Farrell 
Connelly Bridget (widow) dwl 127 Perry 
Connelly Catharine (widow) dwl NE cor Taylor artd 

Union 
Connelly D. W. real estate, dwl (>34 Sacramento 
Connelly Ellen Miss, domestic, 627 Sutter 
Connelly James E. dwl Clementina bet First and 

• Second 
Connelly James J. molder, Union Foundry, dwl 1 

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Conuelly Jane Miss, cloak mnker with L. Lcszyneky, 

(l\vI5 0'Fiirrell • 

Connelly John, ManbattAn Kiij^ne Co. No. 2 
Connelly John, laborer, dwi Devisidero bet Tyler 

and McAllister 
Connelly John, laborer, dwl 2(16 JcBsie 
(/'onnelly Kate Jliss, domestic, 211 Powell 
Connelly Lawrence, liquors, dwl Harrison nr Sixth 
Connelly Margaret Miss, domestic, dwl 111!) Pine 
Connelly Martin, dwl N s Bninnan bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Connelly Martin, boiler maker. Union Foundry, dwl 

648 Mission 
Connolly Martin, ship carpenter with John G.North, 

Potrero 
Connelly Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 1004 Bush 
Connelly Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 843 Clay 
(.'onnelly Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 920 Bush 
Connelly Michael, laborer, dwl 29 Kitcli 
(.'onnelly Patrick, cartinan, dwl 137 Minna 
Coinielly Patrick, driver. North Beach & M. R. R. Co 
Connelly Patrick, laborer, dwl 29 Ritch 
Connelly Patrick, laborer, U. S. Appraiser's Store 
Connelly Patrick, laborer, dwl 3 Sherwood Place 
Connelly Peter, driver, dwl SE cor Fourth and Jessie 
Connelly William, driver. North Beach & M. R.R. Co 
Connelly AVilliam, hiborer, dwl S s Filbert bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Conner Edward, clerk with J. J. Robbins 
Conner Francis, capt. stni SieiTa Nevada, oflBce SW 

cor Front and Jackson, dwl 560 Folsom 
Conner J. dwl 219 Mason 
Conner John, collector, dwl 110 Perry 
Conner John, seaman, dwl 44 Sacramento 
Conner M. workman with Casebolt & Co 
Conner Patrick, works with Herman Buerfind 
Conner Patrick, laborer, dwl 71 Jessie 
Conner S. L. W. caiijenter, dwl SW cor Minna and 

MaiT 
Conner W. George, butcher, dwl 410 Folsom 
Conners Dennis, porter, 400 Battery 
Conners James, soda bottler, dwl Manhattan Engine 

HoBse 
Conners James, teamster, dwl 368 Brannan 
Conners Kate Miss, dress maker, dwl 16 Natoma 
Conners Margaret (widow) dwl 3 Sherwood Place 
Conners Patrick, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Conners Patrick, retortman, San Francisco Gas Co 
Conners Robert T. carpenter with Hobbs, Gilmore 

& Co. dwl 1 Haywood 
Connerton Martin, porter, 423 Front, dwl 5 Washoe 

Place 
Connerty Catharine Miss, domestic, dwl 1213 Clay 
Conuerty Frank, night nurse, St. Mary's Hospital 
Counery Patrick, driver with John Aguew, 26 

Keamv 
Conness Jfargaret Miss, domestic, dwl 831 Jackson 
Conniff Michael, carpenter, dwl 4^ Third 
Conniff Nicholas, carpenter and contractor, dwl S s 

Bryant bet Fifth and Sixth 
Connift' William, butcher, SW cor Howard and 

Sumner 
Conniff William, clerk, 329 Bush 
Connolly Bridget Miss, domestic, 1050 Union 
Connolly Bridget Miss, domestic, 926 Jackson 
Connolly Edward A. bricklayer, dwl SE cor Ellis 

and Larkin 
Connolly James, dwl 12 Sutter 
Connolly James, dwl NE cor El Dorado and Ne- 
braska 
Connolly James, mining, dwl 5 O'Farrell 
Connolly James, upholsterer with J. F. & H. H. 

Schafer, dwl 828 Broadway 
Connolly James E. calker, dwl Crescent Engine 

House 
Connolly John, bar keeper. Occidental Hotel 
CONNOLLY JOHN, Rotunda Liquor Saloon, 

junction Market, O'Farrell, and Dupont, dwl 

5 O'Farrell 



Connolly Kate Miss, dress maker, dwl 812 Mont 
Connolly Mary (widow) dwl with Mrs. Kate Hobe 
W 8 Mission bet Twenty-First and Twenty- 
Second 
Connolly Mary, chanihei-maid. Lick House 
(.'(Uinolly Mary A. Miss, cloak maker, dwl 12 Sutter 
Connolly Michael, helper. Union Foundry, dwl 37 

Baldwin Court 
Connolly Michael, laborer, dwl 441 Btish, rear 
Connolly Michael, hog ranch, near Toll Gate San 

Bruno Road 
Connolly Michael L. hog ranch, York nr Solano 
Connolly Nicholas, wholesale butcher, Potrero Av- 
enue, dwl S 8 Bryant bet Seventh and Eighth 
Connolly Nicholas, works with O. F. Swett 
Connolly Owen, butcher, SE cor Laguna and Waller 
Connolly Patrick, laborer, dwl cor Berry and Mary 

Lane 
Connolly Patrick, porter, 7 Montgomery, dwl Annie 

nr Eddy 
Connolly Peter, contractor, dwl NE cor Howard 

and Sumner 
Connolly Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Broadway bet 

Montgomeiy and Kearny 
Connolly Thomas, laborer, dwl W a Fillmore oppo- 
site Kate 
Connollv Thomas, ponltiy, butter, eggs, etc. 4 and 

5 New Market, dwl 920 Howard 
Connolly Timothy, lieutenant, U. S. A. dwl 351 

Minna 
Connolly William, waiter, Occidental Hotel 
Connolly, see Conolly 

Connor Anna S. Mrs. domestic with Frederick Bel- 
cher 
Connor Bridget Miss, domestic, dwl 1217 Wash 
Connor Hannah Miss, domestic, dwl 835 California 
Connor Hester (widow) fancy goods, SWcor Harri- 
son and Chesley 
Connor James, laborer, dwl 28 Dupont 
Connor John, dwl 213 Stevenson 
Connor John, boiler maker with Coffey & Risdon 
Connor John, mariner, dwl 138 Fourth 
Connor John, steamboatman, dwl W s Mowry Al 
Connor John O. workman, dwl with John M. 

Mitchell 
Connor Kate, servant, dwl 1306 Kearny 
Connor Maria (widow) dwl N s Seventeenth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
Connor Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 1030 Jackson 
Connor Patrick, broker, dwl 407 Dupont 
Connor Rosa Miss, domestic, 536 Ellis 
Connor Thomas, plasterer, bds Manhattan House 
Connor William, molder, Golden State Iron Works, 

dwl 48 Louisa, 
Connor William B. jeweler with Lemme Bros, dwl 

22 Sansom 
Connors David, job wagon, dwl 264 Clementina, 

rear 
Connors David, marble worker with John Daniel, 

421 Pine, dwl 319 Bush 
Connore Edward, purifier, San Francisco Gas Co 
Conners Jei'emiah, stone cutter, Fort Point 
Connors John, peddler, dwl Sixth nr Brannan 
Connors John, stevedore, dwl NW cor Front and 

Broadway 
Connors Lawrence, bricklayer, dwl 848 Folsom, 

rear 
Connors Michael, laborer, dwl 266 Jessie 
Connors Thomas, laborer, dwl with C. Peterson, N 

B Courtlandt Avenue, nr North Avenue 
Connors William, molder. Golden State Iron Works, 

dwl 48 Louisa 
Conofry Ann Miss, domestic, 917 Howard 
Conolly WiHiam J. assistant book keeper, Hibernia 

Savings and Loan Society, dwl 431 Bryant 
Conover Edgar, painter, dwl S 8 Brannan bei Clin- 
ton and Geneva 
Conrad Andrew, carpenter and cabinet maker, 414 
Pine, dwl Chatham Place 



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Conrad Christian Mra. (widow) dwl 641 Mission 
Conrad Christian, clerk, 535 Commercial, dwl 641 

Mission 
Conrad David (J. Sf D. Conrad) dwl 14 Tehama 
Conrad Henry, metal roofer with H. G. & E. S. 

Fiske, dwl 641 Mission 
Conrad J. & D. wholesale fruits, 419 Washington, 

res Philadelphia 
Conrad William A. cabinet maker with N. P. Lang- 
land, dwl W s Larkin l)et Turk and Tyler 
Conrades (Ferdinand) & Co. (Charles Haakc) An- 
telope Oyster Saloon, 612 Market, dwl 129 Jes- 
sie 
Conradi William, musician, dwl 1513 Stockton, rear 
CONRO F. D. & CO. proprietors Golden Age 

Flour Mills, 717 Battery, office 127 Clay, dwl 

751 Howard 
Conro George A. clerk, 127 Clay, dwl 751 Howard 
Conroy B. physician, office and dwl 503 Pacific 
Conroy Francis, laborer, dwl cor Presidio Road and 

Van Ness Avenue 
Conroy James, sUme cutter, dwl nr Mountain Lake 

House, Point Lobos 
CONROY (James C) & O'CONNOR (John F. 

MickaelJ. and Thomas H. O' Connor J m\\)OYi- 

ere and jobbers metals and. hardware, 107-113 

Front and 204-214 Pine, res New York 
Conroy (John) & Tobin (Richard) farmers. Ocean 

House Valley 
Conroy John, glass maker, 26 Stevenson 
Conroy John, janitor Lincoln School 
Conroy John, laborer, dwl Bartol bet Broadway and 

Vallejo 
Conroy John C. job wagon, SE cor Market and 

Fourth, dwl 18 Louisa 
Conroy Julia Miss, domestic, dwl 820 Filbert 
Conroy Martin, teamster with J. Barraclough & Co. 

dwl cor Drumm and Sacramento 
Conroy Martin, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

cor Ninth and Mission 
Conroy M. C. night clerk, P. O. dwl 1912 Mason 
Conroy Michael, laborer, dwl 210 Ritch 
Conroy Thomas, machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 243 

Tehama 
Conry Mathew, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

SE cor Ninth and Mission 
Conry Patrick, laborer with Conrov & Tobin 
Considine Ann Miss, domestic, 12l3 Taylor 
Considine Edward, butcher, dwl 37 Third 
Consolacion Silver M. Co. office 220 Montgomery 
Consolez D. carpenter and builder, 949 Howard 
Consolidated Silver Hill M. Co. office 522 Mont 
Constant Madame, French millinery, 634 Vallejo, 

dwl 634 Vallejo 
Constantin John, broker, dwl 819 Montgomery 
Constin Margaret Miss, dwl 618 Third 
Coute Vicenzo, fisherman, 11 Italian Fish Marine 
Contet (Alexander) & Plege (Louis) hatters, 721 

Clay 
Conti Charles, finisher with R. F. Rocchiccoli, 523 

California 
Conti G. (G. Lucchesi S^ Co.^dwl E s Dupont bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Contie M. A. oottle depot, dwl W s Jasper Place nr 

Filbert 
Continental Hotel, Tandler & Lang proprietors, SE 

cor Sansom and Commercial 
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. New York, 

C. A. Low & Co. agents, office 426 California 
CONTRA COSTA EXPRESS, Bamber & Co. 

proprietors, 739 Davis 
CONTRA COSTA FERRY, foot of Broadway 
CONTRA COSTA LAUNDRY, office 13 Broad- 
way, branches 624 Commercial, 318 Pine and 

677 Market 
Converse Dennison, paper dealer, SW cor Sansom 

and Merchant, dwl 820 Washington 
Convrey Patrick, laborer, bds Washington House 
Convry John, coachman, 25 Stockton 



Conway Cornelius, laborer, dwl Lincoln Avenue bet 

Sutter and Post 
Conway D. J. gardener with George Hotte 
Conway Edward, chief clerk office U. S. Surveyor 

General, dwl 618 Third 
Conway Elias N. mining stocks, dwl 404 Eddy 
Conway Ellen Miss, domestic, dwl 807 Pacific 
Conway James, bar keeper, SW cor Jackson and 

Kearny 
Conway James, laborer, Minere' Foundry 
Conway James, laborer, dwl 49 Stevenson 
Conway James, tailor, dwl 116 Stevenson 
Conway James H. policeman, City Hall, dwl N 8 

Filbert bet Kearny and Dupont 
Conway James N. engineer with Hobbs, Gilmore & 

Co. dwl 42 First 
Conway John (Thomas Sf C.) dwl 226 Jessie 
Conway John, dwl S s Stevenson bet Sixth and 

Seventh 
Conway John, carpenter, dwl 728 Market 
Conway John, laborer, dwl E s Vincent nr Green 
Conway John, painter, dwl Brannan bet Sixth and 

Seventh 
Conway John, wholesale butcher, Brannan Street 

Bridge, dwl W s Alameda nr El Dorado 
Conway John H. with Hoogs & Madison, 316 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 106 Ellis 
Conway John R. physician, dwl 404 Eddy 
Conway John R. policeman, City Hall, dwl 272 

Minna 
Conway Mary Miss, domestic, dwl 807 Stockton 
Conway Michael, helper, dwl N s Mission bet First 

and Second 
Conway Michael, laborer, bds Sacramento Hotel, 

407^ Pacific 
Conway Michael, laborer, dwl E s Geneva bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan 
Conway Michael G. saddler, 721 Market, dwl W s 

Jones bet Sacramento and California 
Conway Morris, laborer, dwl N s Austin bet Gough 

ana Octavia 
Conway Patrick, laborer with George D. Nagle 
Conway Phillip, plasterer, dwl W s Clinton bet 

Brannan and Bryant 
Conway Richard, Surveyor General's office, dwl 

618 Third 
Conway Thomas, cabman, dwl S s Jackson bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Conway Thomas, harness maker with Main & Win- 
chester, dwl 35 Louisa 
Cony Daniel, weigher and measurer, office Custom 

House, dwl S s Filbert bet Hyde and Larkin 
Coogan William H. sutler's clerk, Presidio 
Coogen Richard, boarding, dwl 541 Mission 
Cook A. express wagon, cor Stockton and Vallejo 
Cook Aaron, merchant, dwl 715 Post 
Cook Adam, furniture, 226 Sutter 
Cook Algeron M. teamster with Wetherbee & Cook, 

dwl NW cor Fulton and Laguna 
Cook Anna Miss, domestic, SW cor Sutter and Hyde 
Cook A. W. (A. H. Todd Sf Co.) dwl 630 Howard 

bet Second and Third 
Cook Camille (widow) dwl 120 Perry 
Cook Caroline Mrs. dwl 431 Pine 
Cook Charles, policeman. City Hall, dwl 1116 Tay- 
lor nr Clay 
Cook Charles "E. coachman, dwl 807 Greenwich 
Cook Charles F. dwl 809 Union 
Cook Charles G. painter, dwl 410 Bush 
COOK (Charles W.) & PECKHAM (E. P.) 

notaries public, conveyancers and stock brokers, 

office 607 Clay, dwl SW cor Lombard and Taylor 
Cook Clarissa Mrs. manuf hair jewelry, 645 Clay 
Cook David S. secretary San Bruno Turnpike Co. 

office 409 California, res San Mateo 
Cook D. D. dwl International Hotel 
COOK E. G. & CO. (Albert Busse) groceries 

and liquors, SE cor Second and Minna, dwl NE 

cor Seventh and Bryant 



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Cook E]\g]ni /^BentuiU, C. &■ C/arA%> attorney at law, 

dwl :«;j Firht 
Cook E. N. broker, dwl International Hotel 
Cook Frederick, blucksniith with Larkiua & Co. 

dwl 443 Bimh 
Cook Frederick, cabinet maker with J. J. Easton, 

dwl 7-lii Market 
Cook George, with Herman Brand, dwl S 8 Green 

bet Kearny and Diipont 
Cook George, workman with W. Hull, Old San Jo8<5 

Koad nr county line 
Cook Oilman G. fireman, bds City Front House, 625 

Davis 
Cook Horatio N. (Cook Sj- Son) dwl 1517 Taylor 
Cook Ira, laborer, U. S. Sub. Dept. 208 Sansora, dwl 

119 Natoma 
Cook Isaac ( Wel/icrbec <5- C.J dwl NW cor Fulton 

and Laguna 
Cook Jacob, canvasman, Wilson's Circus 
Cook James, engineer Commercial Flour Mills, dwl 

305 Bryant 
Cook James, waiter, 12 Sutter 
Cook John (Ciprico Sf C.J dwl NE cor Geary and 

Taylor 
Cook John, dwl 608 Market 
Cook John, drayman, cor Front and Sacramento, 

dwl S 8 Jackson bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Cook John, molder, bds Sacramento Hotel, 407 Pac 
Cook John, seaman, dwl Shiela' Block 
Cook John, steward, dwl Crescent Engine House 
Cook John, waiter, dwl 515 Merchant 
COOK JOHN H. game, 48 and 49 Washington 

Market, dwl 733 Union 
Cook Julia (widow) furnished rooms, 6 Sansom 
Cook Louis, merchant, dwl 718 Vallejo 
Cook Marcus M. milk ranch, SW cor Pierce and 

Bush 
Cook (Matheic M.J & Son (Horatio N. CookJ hose 

and collar manufacturers, NW cor Broadway 

and Battery, dwl 1517 Taylor 
Cook Michael, "dwl 431 Pine 
Cook Michael, laborer, bds 606 Third 
Cook Michael, laborer, dwl N a Point Lobos Road, 

3 miles fi-om Plaza 
Cook M. S. laborer. Lone Mountain Cemetery 
Cook N. B. sash, blind, and door maker with J. Mc- 

Gill &. Co. dwl E s Howard nr Sixteenth 
Cook Nelson (col'd) porter with Sather & Co. dwl 

1526 Dupont 
Cook Pardon A. milk ranch, dwl SW cor Pierce and 

Bush 
Cook P. C. Mrs. head assistant. Union Grammar 

School, dwl 762 Mission 
Cook Peter, compositor, Evening Bulletin, dwl 1319 

Kearny 
Cook Philip, compositor, American Flag, dwl SW 

cor Stockton and O'Farrell 
Cook Samuel JI. tin plate worker with Cutting &. 

Co. dwl E 8 Larkin bet Green and Union 
Cook S. B. molder, Jackson Foundry, dwl Sacra- 
mento Hotel 
Cook Thomas, dwl 443 Bush 
Cook Thomas, coal passer, stm Chrysopolie 
Cook Thomas, job wagon, cor Sacramento and Mont- 
gomery, dwl cor Leidesdortt' and Halleck 
Cook Thompson, dwl 319 Bush 
Cook William, carpenter, dwl NE cor Stockton and 

O'Farrell 
Cook William A. special policeman, dwl W s Carlos 

Place 
Cook William P. broker, dwl 202 Second 
Cook William S. dwl .529 Green 
Cooke Geo. B. stevedore, dwl 953 Folsom 
Cooke Hannah Miss, principal Hyde St. Primary 

School, dwl 313 Taylor 
Cooke James, equestrian and jester, Wilson's Cir- 
cus, dwl 524 Howard 
Cooke Mary M. (widow) lodgings, 32 Second 
Cooke Peter ( Wm. B. Cooke Sf Co. J res New York 



Cooke Robert C. First California Guard, N s Pine 

nr Sansom 
COOKE WILLIAM B. & CO. (Peter Cooke J im- 
porting Btationere and law blank publishers, 
622 and 624 Montgomery, Monti?omery Block, 
dwl 1116 Powell 
Cookingham Amanda Miss, dwl 1218 Jackson 
Cooley John, laborer, dwl 15 Hunt 
Cooley L. P. milk ranch, dwl NW cor Valencia and 

Twenty-Third 
Cooley Michael, mariner, dwl 1 Park Avenue 
Coolidge Charles C. dwl 319 Geary 
Coolidge Joseph A. justice of the pence, Hfth town- 
ship, office 613 Market, dwl 420 Second 
Coombs Edward, clerk, 645 Washington 
Coombs Joseph, attorney at law, dwl NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Pacific 
Coombs William jr. real estate agent, office 626 Clay 
Coombs, see Combs 
Coon Charles I), book keeper with Thomas Hill, 

dwl 1010 Bush 
Coon Eliza Miss, domestic, 306 Stockton 
Coon George W. blacksmith with Larkin & Co. dwl 

Whitehall Exchange 
COON HENRY P. mayor. City and Co. and ex of- 
ficio president Board of Supervisors, office 2 City 
Hall Hi'st floor, dwl N s Geary near Larkin 
Coon Jacob (Grant 4* C.J dwl N W cor Mission and 

First 
Coon Sing (Chinese) washing, 4 Front 
Coouen Michael, stevedore, dwl 58 Stewart 
Cooney (John J & Beime (Patrick J retail wines 

and liquors, 417 Powell 
Cooney Jolin jr. house and sign painting, 830 Mar- 
ket, dwl cor Union and \Iontgomery 
Cooney John sen. groceries, S 8 Union bet Mont- 
gomery and Calhoun 
Cooney Margaret 3Iiss, domestic, dwl 618 Pine 
Cooney Michael, cooper, S. F. &. P. Sugar Co. dwl 

15 Kousch nr Howard 
Cooney Thomas, laborer, dwl 183 Jessie 
Coons Alonzo, carpenter, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

Bailey House 
Coons Charles A. bricklayer with George D. Nagle, 

dwl 7 Kearnv 
Coons John H sfiip carpenter, dwl 113 Natoma 
Coony John, butcher with Henry O. Hill, dwl 1113 

Clay 
Coop J. G. tinman, dwl 116 Sansom 
Cooper A. F. (Missill Sf C.J dwl 245 Second 
Cooper Ann E. (col'd, widow) dwl 1433 Dupont 
Cooper Archibald, foreman Melter and Refiner's 
Department U. S. Branch Mint, dwl NE cor 
Washington and Dupont 
Cooper Colden, Forwarding Department, Wells, 

Fargo <fe Co. dwl Brevoort House 
Cooper Cyrus (col'd) waiter, stm Chrysopolis, dwl 

W 8 Mowry Alley 
Cooper David L. clerk, Main Street Wharf, dwl SW 

cor Howard^and First 
Cooper Eugene T. book keeper with E. J. Crane, 

dwl 137 Silver 
Cooper Ezekiel, laborer, dwl NE cor Sacramento 

and Leavenworth 
Cooper F. (Strohd. Fleig Sr Co. J dwl 1129 Folsom 
Cooper Frances J. (col'd, widow) dwl 909 Pacific 
Cooper Grace S. (widow) dwl 515 Pine 
Cooper Henry, bricklayer, dwl 14 Harlan Place 
Cooper James, with Warren Haley, Oriental Hotel 

Restaurant 
Cooper J. B. R. office 523 Montgomery, dwl 821 

Bush 
Cooper James K. express wagon, 68 Natoma 
Cooper John A. driver. Omnibus R. R. Co. dwl 215 

Tehama 
Cooper Joseph, sailing master, dwl 347 First 
Cooper Oliver (Griffin 4" C.J dwl Quincy nr Cal 
Cooper Randolph (Derry Sf C.J (col'd) dwl 1403 
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Cooper Theodore, cook, stm PrinoeBS 

Cooper Tlionias (col'd) laborer, dwl 907 Sac 

Cooper Williiun, bar tender, etni Relief 

Cooper William, boot titter, dwl 253 Clementina 

Cooper William, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 

Coose Bay Coal Co. office 606 Montgomery 

Cootv P. II. Eureka Hose Co. No. 4 

COP"E rW^- WJ DAINGEUFIELD f William P.J 

&, HAJIBLETON (J. DoujrlnsJ attorneys at 

law, office 5-7 U. S. Court Buildings, dwl 115 

Dupont 
Copeland Thomas, painter with Swett & Gadsby, 

dwl 110 William, rear 
Copeland William, seaman, dwl 20 Commercial 
Coiieland William M. Capt. dwl 329 Beale 
Copeman Margaret, domestic, 760 Mission 
Copiapo S. M. Co. office 605 Clay 
Copithorne Jane (widow) dwl 10 Rousch 
Copithorne Richard, with Locke & Montague, dwl 

10 Rousch 
Coplan Willis, compositor, Dramatic Chronicle, dwl 

Irving House 
Copp D. H. ship joiner, dwl 21 Belden Block 
Copp John G. tnismith with Tay, Brooks &. Buckus, 

ods Bailey House 
Copp N. P. (Vandervoort Sf Co.) dwl 30 Third 
Coppage John, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

32 Rousch 
Coppi Giaconio fPezzoni if C.) dwl We Taylor 

oet Lombard and Chestnut 
Coppi Victor, ivory and wood turner, 309 Pine, dwl 

613 Keai-ny 
Coptch. Charlotte E. dwl with Thomas L. Bridges, 

W 8 Eleventh bet Miirket and Mission 
Coquens Kate Miss, chambermaid, Russ House 
Cora, J. H. salesman, dwl 532 Pine 
Corbell George W. fGavin W. Gibb Sf Co.) dwl 

8 Virginia 
Corbett Alexander C. plasterer, dwl 710^ Taylor 
Corbett D. E. groceries and liquora, SW cor "Mason 

and O'Furrell 
Corbett Edward W. dwl W s Fifth bet Howard and 

Folsom 
Corbett Ellen, domestic with J. Roome Lewis 
Corbett (E. IV.) & Rounds f Sa7niicl A.J wood and 

coal, 735 Brannan, dwl 195 Prospect Place 
Corbett James, engineer, dwl 1125 Mason 
CORBETT JAMES, liquor saloon, 10 Sutter, dwl 

31 Clary 
Corbett John, salesman with Agard, Foulkes & Co. 

dwl SW cor First and Folsom 
Corbett John, Head Quarters Saloon, 565 Market, 

dwl 739 Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 
Corbett John C. dwl N s Sixteenth nr Guerrero 
Corbett Lawrence, dwl N s Hayes nr Larkin 
Corbett Malachi, laborer, dwl N s Salmon bet 

Mission and Taylor 
Corbett Patrick, laborer, dwl 1721 Leavenworth 
Corbett Patrick J. hackman. Plaza, dwl 24 Perry 
Corbett Richard, dwl What Cheer House 
Corbett Thomas, clerk with Hooker &. Co. dwl 816 

Bush 
Corbitt William, dwl 81 Clementina 
Corby Joseph, groceries and liquors, SW cor Steven- 
son and Sixth 
Corbyn Harry, laborer, Volunteer Engine Co. No. 7 
Corbyn Sheridan, theatrical manager, dwl 213 

Ititch 
Corcetia Francois, dwl 721 Pacific 
Corcoran Daniel, laborer, dwl 266 Jessie 
Corcoi-an Daniel P. tailoring, 4 California 
Corcoran David, porter, 309 Sacramento, dwl 361 

Minna 
Corcoran Dennis, mariner, dwl Beale Place 
Corcoran Frank E. stocks and money, office 605 

Montgomery, dwl 1801 Stockton 
Corcoran John, laborer, dwl 529 Mission 
Corcoran John, laborer, dwl 5 Lafayette Place 
Corcoran Mary Miss, domestic, 810 Folsom 



Corcoran Michael, express wagon cor California 

and Montgomery 
Corcoran Pati ick, laoorer with Thomas Corey, dwl 

12 Broadway 
Corcoran William, contractor and builder, dwl 323 

Pine 
Corcoran William, porter, 116 Cal, dwl 1334 Pacific 
Corcory William, laborer, dwl 1120 Kearny, rear 
Cord George W. furniture, dwl 92 Everett" 
Cordan Anton C. hair dresser, 129 Third, dwl E s 

Montgomery bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Cordes Allrich J. F. groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Pacific and Powell, dwl SW cor Broadway and 

Octavia 
Cordes C. H. Union Saloon, 17 Fremont, dwl 20 

Natoma 
Cordes Clans H. Blue House Exchange, 1007 Bat 
Cordes Hermann (L. Feldmann ^ Co. J 211 Cal- 
ifornia, dwl E s Calhoun bet Green and Union 
Cordes John (BredhoJ' Sf CJ SE cor Pacific and 

Dm mm 
Cordes John, groceries, cor Powell and Pacific, dwl 

cor Broadway and Octavia 
Cordes (William) &, Yinken C Frederick J groceriea 

and liquors and restaurant, cor King and Third, 

dwl cor Bush and Pierce 
CORDES WILLIAM, liquor saloons, 145 Stewart 

SE cor King and Third and W s Main nr Har- 
rison, and groceries and liquors NVV cor Bush 

and Pierce 
Cordillera G. & S. M. Co. office 321 Washington 
Cordiner C. L. merchant tailor, 208 Montgomery 
Cordi viola Stefano, tailor, 1106 Dupont 
Cordona Antonio, vegetable garden, Visitacion Val- 
ley 
Cordouan Felix, wines and liquors, 643 Broadway 
Cords Henry, laundryman, dwl E s Janeen bet 

Lombar(l and Greenwich 
Cordy Mathew, laborer, dwl 29 Jessie 
Core Thomas, liquor saloon S s Folsom bet Beale 

and Main 
Coret F. P. laundryman, E s Sixth bet Brannan and 

Bryant 
Coret Sime. dwl 1314 Dupont 
Corey Oliver, seaman, steamer Pacific 
Corey Thomas, stoves and tinware 204 Pacific, dwl 

813 Harrison 
Corey William, coachman, dwl We Wetmore Place 
Corfield Thomas, laborer with William Buckley 
Corgill G. dwl Original House 
Corkey Elizabeth Miss, domestic, dwl 620 Green 
Corkey Hannah Miss, domestic, dwl 620 Green 
Corkey Mary Miss, domestic 719 Post 
Corkry William, stone mason, dwl SE cor Vallejo 

and Kearny 
Corlett William, pilot steamer Chrysopolis, dwl 221 

Green 
Corlev Lewis, laborer, boards with Joseph Seale, 

N 8 Turk nr Fillmore 
Corley William (Ulcicart Sf C.J dwl S s Geary 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Corliss A. carpenter witli James Brokaw, dwl 566 

Mission 
Corliss Ellen A. (widow) dwl 408 Folsom 
Corliss William B. house painter, 156 Perry 
Corll Jerry, laborer, boards with Joseph Scale, Ns 

Turk nr Fillmore 
Corlut Frank, cook, 104 Second 
Cornahrens Herman, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Howard and Sixth 
Corneen Richard, driver with John Agnew, 26 

Kearny 
Cornelissen Edward (John Offerman Sf Co. J dwl 

NE cor Dupont and Pacific 
Cornelius Gustav, clerk, 520 Broadway 
Cornelius John F. dwl 424 Fremont 
Cornelius Louis, waiter, 407 Cal, dwl 20 Everett 
Cornell Charles M. carpenter, NW cor Second and 

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COUNELL CHAUNOEY, justice of the peace 

tliird township, office HM Montgomery, dwl 

1-."J() Siicinniento 
Conu'li George, piiinter, dwl 1 Noble Place 
Cornell Herbert S. salesman, 411 Montgomery, dwl 

47 I$»>lileii niock 
Cornell Jacob II. master steamer Sacramento, res 

Alameda 
Cornell Mcriba Miss, matron Deaf, Dumb, and 

HIind luHtitution, SE cor Fifteenth and Mission 
Cornell Patrick, deck hand, steamer Yosemite 
Cornell Hicliard, carrier, Alta California 
Cornell William C. clerk with G. H. Grey, 621 

Clay, dwl I2i.'6 Sacramento 
Cornell, see Connell 
Corneps Hermann, packer. Golden Gate Mills, 430 

Pine, dwl G'jy Green 
Corner J. H. laborer. Bay Sugar Refinery, dwl SW 

cor Batterv and Green 
Conifoot David, molder, apprentice, Vulcan Iron 

Works, dwl N s Mission nr Third 
Comfoot Henry, mariner, dwl S s Shipley "r Fifth 
Corning Purr W. tinsmith with J. W. liiittan &, 

Co. dwl 126 St. Mark Place 
Corning .lames, canvasman, Wilson's Circus 
Cornish Henry C. (col'd) second hand fui-niture, 622 

Battery 
Cornish S. C. commercial reporter Evening Bulle- 
tin, dwl American Exchange 
Corno Paul, captain steam tut; Rabboni, dwl 406 

Eddy 
Cornor C. W. Melter and Refiner's Department U. 

S. Branch Mint, dwl 1048 Folsora 
Cornor Charles W. shoe maker, 304 Pine, dwl NW 

cor Seventh and Folsom 
Cornwall George, fireman, S. F. & San Jos^ R. E. 

dwl 456 Jessie 
CORNWALL PIERRE B. stock broker, oflSce 608 

Merchant, dwl 1121 Stockton 
Cornwall W. A. attorney at law, room 48 Exchange 

Building, dwl 1423 Kearny 
Cornwell Morris A. deputy ganger, dwl 17 Dupont 
CORNYNN JAMES, proprietor Central House, 

814 and 816 Sausom 
Cornynn Mortimer, Central House, 113 and 115 First 
Cornyus Laurence, calker, dwl W s Gilbert bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
CORONER CITY AND COUNTY SAN FRAN- 
CISCO, Stephen R. Harris, office 7 Court Block 

636 Clay 
CORPORATION YARD, Fire Department, City 

and County San Francisco, Wm. Free superiii- 

tendent, lo and 17 First 
Corr David, with Painter & Co. dwl 2 Clementina 
CoiT William, gardener, dwl 818 Folsom 
Corrard Eugene, New York Baths, 738 Pacific 
Correll John J. carpenter, dwl 2 Winter Place 
Corrigan Andrew, laborer, dwl W s White Place 

nr Bryant 
Corrigan Ann Miss, domestic, dwl 918 Stockton 
Corrigan Eliza (widow) dwl E s Bower Place 
Corrigan John, works with James Glasgow 
Corrigan Mary (widow) dwl 238 Jessie 
Corrigan Wilfiam, dwl 720 Market 
Corsen Charles, laborer, dwl W b August Alley nr 

Green 
Corson H. dwl What Cheer House 
Cortaye Edward, stevedore, dwl 26 Stewart 
Cortes Benjamin V. assistant receiver. Spring Val- 
ley W. W. Co. dwl 2 Chatham Place 
Cortez American Silver M. Co. office 8 Stevenson 

House 
Cortez Charles, drayman, dwl 13 Hinckley 
Cortez G. & S. M. Co. office 36 Exchange Building 
Corthay Louis C. ( Deloche ^ C.J dwl Market bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Corthey C. J. calker, dwl 54 First 
Cortis A. J. book binder, 522 Montgomery, dwl 1819 

Stockton 



Corwin James, plasterer, dwl 331 Bush 

Corwin Joseph R. clerk with James McCabe, 625 

Merchant, dwl 420 Dupont 
Cory Isaac H. salesman with Hooker & Co. 117 Cal 
Cosala Charles, dwl nr Bay View Park 
Cosbie H. S. C. collar maker with Kreitz & Cos- 

bie, dwl 36 Battery 
Cosbie William (Kin'tz Sf C.) dwl 36 Battery 
Coselte S. <k C M. Co. office 804 Montgomery 
CoHgritf Charles, blacksmith with W. Sliear, dwl 

SWcor Mission and Sixteenth 
CoBgrift" Charles P. blacksmith, dwl 24 Kearny 
Cosgriff Henry, hostler with Dr. H. S. Gates, dwl 

S 8 Sutter bet Devisidero and Broderick 
Cosgrove Bernard J. blacksmith, dwl Vigilant En- 
gine House 
Cosgrove Bridget Miss, domestic, 809 Stockton 
Cosgrove Daniel, driver. Central R. R. Co. dwl S s 

Brannan bet Sixth and Seventh 
Cosgrove Edward, clerk, International Hotel 
Cosgrove Edward, laborer, dwl 511 Mission 
Cosgrove Edward, warehouseman, New Orleans 

Warehouse, dwl Union House 
Cosgrove Elizabeth Miss, domestic, dwl 847 Howard 
Cosgrove Eveline (widow) dwl NE cor Union and 

Kearny 
Cosgrove 1^. conductor. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Cos.grove Felix, butcher, dwl SW cor Bryant and 

White Place 
Cosgrove Hugh, plasterer, dwl W 8 Jansen bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Cosgrove Jacob, fireman, steamer Julia, dwl 617 

Davis 
Cosgrove James, furniture wagon, cor Montgomery 

and California, dwl United States Hotel 
Cosgrove James, speculator, dwl 558 Howard 
Cosgrove James B. painter, dwl NE cor Union and 

Kearny 
Cosgrove John, apprentice, 620 Merchant, dwl NE 

cor Union and Kearny 
Cosgrove John, assistant engineer, P. M. S. S. Co 
Cosgrove John, fireman, steamer Julia 
Cosgrove John, longshoreman, bds 123 Jackson 
Cosgrove John, painter, dwl 112 Jackson 
Cosgrove Joseph, painter with B. L. Brandt, 322 

Commercial 
Cosgrove Kate Miss, domestic, 528 Ellis 
Cosgrove Maria Miss, domestic, 1231 Stockton 
Cosgrove Martin, driver, dwl 310 Folsom 
Cosgrove Mary Miss, dwl 50 Silver 
Cosgrove Mary Miss, domestic, 113 Stockton 
Cosgrove Patrick, express wagon, cor Bush and 

Sansom 
Cosgrove Patrick, fruits, 356 Third 
Cosgrove Patrick, milk ranch, E s Folsom nr Pre- 

cita Avenue 
Cosgrove Patrick, packer with Havnes & Lawton, 

dwl 118 Ellis 
Cosgrove Patrick, teamster with Stanyan & Co. 

dwl NE cor Polk and Austin 
Cosgrove Philip, contractor, dwl 50 Silver 
Cosgi'ove Thomas, laborer. Fort Point 
Cosgrove W^illiam J. stone mason, dwl 9 Berry, rear 
Coskery William, painter, dwl 624 Commercial 
Cozla James, dwl 532 Bryant 
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Adelphi Hotel Co. 

proprietors, SW cor Bush and Sansom 
CoBO House, L. J. Ewell proprietor, 627 and 629 

Commercial 
Cossasa Andrea, bar keep*t, dwl NE cor Broadway 

and Sansom 
Coseboon Enoch T. driver Central R. R. dwl SE 

cor Sixth and Folsom 
Costa Antoine, with J. Hirth &. Co. 533 Com 
Costa Frank, barber, 703 Front, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Montgomery and Sansom 
Costa G. liquors', 314 Pacific 
Costa John, express wagon, dwl Union nr Powell 
Costa John, fireman, dwl 29 Commercial 



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Coste L. dwl 631 Broadway 

Costello Edwaid, lather, dwl 12 Sutler 

Coatello Samuel, pi-oprietor Half Way House, 

Ocean Ilouee Road 
Costello Tlioniae, i-epairer umbrellas, 118 Minna 
Costello William H. confectioner. Eureka Hose Co. 

No. 4 
Coster Tlioraas, coachman with James Bell, W s 

Folsom bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Costigan John, uieseenfier, Cigar Inspector U. S. Int. 

Rev. Dept. dwl 319 Battery 
Costigan Thomas, blacksmith, awl 78 Natoma 
Costlo Johanna (widow) dwl 303 Folsom 
Coston John, miner, dwl 814 Sansom 
Costudia Gabriel, cotTee stand, NE cor Commercial 

and Leidesdorff 
Cota John, with H. Casebolt & Co. dwl John near 

Pacific 
Cotjmato Peter, laborer, dwl W s Bower Place 
Cotta Manuel, waiter, stmr Yosemite 
Cotter Benjamin (col'd) whitewasher, dwl cor Jessie 

and Annie 
Cotter Cornelius, cartman, dwl S s Eddy bet Polk 

and Larkin 
Cotter Edward B. dwl 745 Clay 
Cotter Frank, painter, dwl W s Leroy Place 
Cotter Hannah (widow) dwl 429 Sutter 
Cotter Jeremiah, laborer, dwl Union Court 
Cotter John, laborer, dwl W s Larkin bet McAllister 

and Tyler 
Cotter John C. merchant, dwl .518 Powell 
Cotter William, laborer, dwl 1504 Mason 
Cottle Franklin D. carpenter and builder, 42 Fre- 
mont, dwl 932 Howard 
Cottle John, plasterer, dwl N s Pine bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 
Cotton Tiioniae J. clerk stmr Julia 
Cotton Westerly, seaman, dwl 111 Washington 
Cottrell Edward M. salesman with Wm. Meyer & 

Co. 636 Clay, dwl 734 Green 
Cottrell Henry, cook. Sailors' Home, SW cor Bat- 
tery and Vallejo 
Coty John, carpenter, dwl 8 Bay State Row 
Couch John, Mission Express, office 716 Kearny, 
dwl W s Guerrero bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 
Couch Thomas, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

541 Mission 
Coughlan Catharine Mrs. dwl 1118 Keaniy, rear 
Coughlan Patrick, laborer, dwl 13 Ohio 
Coughlan Thomas, laborer, dwl 212 Fremont 
Coughlen Ellen (widow) dwl nr S. F. Cordage Fac- 
tory, Potrero 
Coughlen Michael, laborer with Hey &. Meyn 
Coughiin Anna Miss, domestic, 1122' Pine 
Coughlin Jeremiah, express wagon, dwl S s Bninnan 

nr Sixth 
Couglilin John, boiler maker, Union Foundry, dwl 

Empire House 
Coughlin John, boot maker, dwl N s Sutter bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Coughlin John, butcher with James Hurley, dwl 12 

Sutter 
Coughlin John, express wagon, SW cor Folsom and 

Eighth ^ 

Coughlin John I. cartman, 813 Sansom 
Coughlin Michael, retortman, S. F. Gas Co 
Coughlin Thomas, laborer, S. F. Gas Co 
Coughlin William, laborer, dwl NW cor Vallejoand 

Sansom 
Coughlin William B. laborer, dwl 1224 Jackson 
Coughran Ann Miss, domestic, 6:;i6 Sutter 
Cougot Charles, waiter, dwl 821 Kearny 
Coulon Alphonse /'Belle j;- C.J 408 Pine 
Coulon Eomond, tailor, 1213 Dupont 
Coulson Robert, paper hanger with Frank Q. Ed- 
wards, dwl 717 Folsom 
Coulter David, laborer, dwl E s Hyde bet Lombard 
and Greenwich 



Coulter J. D. cabinet maker, dwl 647 Howard 
Coulter Joseph, store keeper. International Hotel 
Coulter M. Mrs. dwl SE cor Sixth and Clary 
COUNTY ASSESSOR, office 22 first floor City Hall 
COUNTY AUDITOR, office first floor City Hall 
COUNTY CLERK, office 18 first floor City Hall 
COUNTY CORONER, office 7 Court Block, 636 

Clay 
COUNTY JAIL, N s Broadway bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
COUNTY JUDGE, office second floor City Hall 
COUNTY RECORDER, office SE cor Kearny and 

Washington 
COUNTY SURVEYOR, office third floor City Hall 
COUNTY TREASURER, off first floor City Hall 
County William, laborer, dwl 27 Stevenson 
Coupland William F. hatter, 540 California 
Courcelle Achille, wholesale and retail furniture, 

820 Washington 
Courier Joseph, boot maker, dwl 414 Market 
Courley Ann Miss, domestic with John Wigmore 
Cournel Louis, dwl 721 Pacific 
Courneen Dennis, spinner Miesion Woolen Mills, dwl 
with P. L. Murphy, E s Howard bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 
Courfteen James, wool washer Mission Woolen Mills, 
dwl with P. L. Murphy, E s Howard bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
COURRIER DE SAN IJ'RANCISCO (Daily, 

Weekly, and Steamer) ott'617 and 619 Sansom 
Coarsen Charles, laborer, dwl 1515 Dupont 
Coursen G. A. salesman, dwl W s Leavenworth bet 

Sacramento and California 
Coursson Alfred, boatman, foot Market 
COURT BLOCK, 636 Clay and 641 Merchant 
COURT CIRCUIT U. S. rooms SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
COURT COMMISSIONER Fourth Judicial Dis- 
trict, James M. Taylor, office 636 Clay 
COURT COMMISSIONER Twelfth Ju'dicial Dis- 
trict, Robert C. Rogers, office 604 Merchant 
COURT COMMISSIONER Fifteenth Judicial Dis- 
trict, Harlow S. Love, office 540 Ciiiy 
COURT COUNTY, room 8 second floor City Hall 
COURT DISTRICT FOURTH, room 8 second 

floor City Hall 
COURT DISTRICT TWELFTH, room 2 second 

floor City Hall 
COURT DISTRICT FIFTEENTH, room 16 sec- 
ond floor City Hall 
COURT DISTRICT U. S. rooms SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
Court Job, compositor, Altti California 
COURT JUSTICE'S First District, rooms 536 Pac 
COURT JUSTICE'S Second District, rooms 623 

Merchant 
COURT JUSTICE'S Third District, rooms 528 

Montgomery 
COURT JUSTICE'S Fourth District, rooms 230 

Bush 
COURT JUSTICE'S Fifth District, rooms 613 

Market 
COURT JUSTICE'S Sixth District, rooms Valen- 
cia nr Sixteenth 
COURT POLICE JUDGE'S, room 13 first floor 

City Hall 
COURT PROBATE, room 18 second floor City Hall 
COURT SESSIONS, room 8 second floor City Hall 
Courtade Joseph, butcher, dwl 1402 Stockton 
Courtaine Henry, actor, dwl 783 Market 
Courtal Dominique, carpenter, dwl cor Pacific and 

Kearny 
Courtenay Charles, house, sign, and ornamental 

painter, 10 Sutter, dwl 806 Union 
Courtenay John E. sail maker with James A. 
Wrij^ht, 21 1 Sacramento, dwl 305 Montgomery 
Courtis Ihomas, real estate, dwl 515 Bush 
Courtney John, stone cutter, dwl Minna bet Third 
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Courtney Martin, tailor with Archibald McArthnr, 

dwl 15 Everett 
CourlH John VV. BiileHinan, 051 Clav, dwl 3 Diipont 
CousoiiH Caleb N. eextou First L'liitarian Church, 

dwl Julia Court 
Consens Georj^e W. fruits, 817 Clay 
Cousin Nicholiis, dwl 18vJ.'J Stockton 
Cousins C. laborer, dwl Original House 
Cousins Charles S. assistant melter and refiner, U. 

S. Branch Mint, dwl 811 Stockton 
Cousins James, ship carpenter, dwl S B Francisco 

bet Dupont and Sto<'Kton 
Cousins William, brick mason, dwl S s Broadway 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Couttolenc' J. A. contractor and builder, dwl 9 

Piuckney Place 
Couture Joseph, porter with \V. H. Keith & Co. 

dwl 5-J8 Vallejo 
Cove Robert, porter \vith Edward H. Parker, dwl 

•W s Lafayette Avenne nr Howard 
Covert Abi-ahain iM. dwl E s Valencia nr Thirteenth 
Covert Stephen H. painter, dwl 55G Bryant 
Covet F. P. laundry. Sixth bet Bryant and Bran- 
nan 
Covey Harris R. (Porter 4" C.) dwl Rnss House 
Covington ElauT, office 604 Merchant third floor 
Cowan Bennett, clothing, dwl 13 Natonia 
Cowan Charles, peddler, dwl 943 Kearny 
Cowan H. A. dwl 12 Sutter 
Cowan Hugh, restaurant, dwl 8 Broadway 
Coward II. G. dwl Russ House 
Cowell Ellen Miss, domestic, 113 O'Farrell 
Cowell Henry (Davis £f C'.y office II Phoenix Build- 
ing SW cor Sansom and Jackson 
Cowell J. G. accountant with Davis & Cowell, dwl 

SE cor Montgomery and Vallejo 
Cowen Annie (widow) dwl 662 Howard 
Cowen B. ( H. Sf B. CowenJ dwl 13 Xatonia 
Cowen H. & B. clothing, 327 East 
Cowen Marks, tailor, dwl 408 Pacific 
COWEN WILLIAM J. Custom House Exchange, 

500 Battery cor Washington 
Cowes J. C. (col'd) steward, dwl 355 First 
Cowes Robert N. (cold) dwl 3.55 First 
Cowie James S. cook, Davis Laundry, W s Harriet 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Cowing Turner, dwl 323 First 
Cowles Charles P. clerk, dwl 311 Brannan 
Cowles Juan, vegetable gardener, W s Mission nr 

Twenty-Sixth 
COWLES SAMUEL, judge County Court, room 
8 City Hall second floor, chambers 18 third floor, 
dwl S 8 Erie bet Howard and Mission 
Cowlev Edward J. jr. clerk with George H. Butcher, 

dwl 439 Minna 
Cowper William H. clerk with J. W. Sullivan 
Cox & Rose G. & S. M. Co. office 302 Montgomery 
Cox Abraham (col'd) (Peck Sf C.) dwl 5 Bd'wy 
Cox Anna M. Mrs. boarding, 138 Fourth 
Cox Benjamin, with Treadwell &. Co. 204 Battery 
Cox Catharine Miss, domestic, 904 Jackson 
Cox Cecilia Madame (col'd) hair dresser, 441 Bush 
Cox Daniel, dwl 202 Davis 
Cox Edward D. paper carrier, dwl NW cor Dupont 

and St. Mark Place 
Cox Edwin, engineer steamer Sacramento 
Cox Emma Mi-s. dwl 757 Mission 
Cox George, clerk, Pier 19 Stewart, dwl 31 Everett 
Cox H. J. dwl 115 First 
Cox James F. mariner, dwl 138 Fourth 
COX (James W.J & NICHOLS ^^. C; commis- 
sion hides, leather, oils, and tallow, 422 Bat- 
tery, dwl N s Thirteenth nr Howard 
COX (Jerome B.) & ARNOLD (Thomas J.J con- 
tractors W^estern Pacific Railroad, office 240 
Montgomery, dwl 1109 Folsom 
Cox John, bricklayer, dwl 13 Front 
Cox John, laborer, dwl 1 Jessie 
Cox John, laborer, San Francisco Gas Co 



Cox Joseph, cigars and tobacco, 210 Montgomery, 

dwl 211 Bush 
Cox Leander, assistant engineer steamer Pacific, dwl 

938 DujKjnt 
Cox Maria, chambermaid, Railroad House 
Cox Mathew B. superintendent Pacific Mail Steam 

Ship Co. Folsom St. Wharf, dwl 5G6 Howard 
Cox Palmer, artist, dwl 40 Tehama 
Cox Patrick, paver. North Beach &. M. R. R 
Cox William B. groceries and liquors, SE cor Third 

and Bryant 
Cox William J. dwl 318 Davis 
Coye Hiram L. (Rockwell, C. ^ Co.) dwl 807 

Greenwich 
Coye Lewis, miner, dwl 532 Commercial 
Coyle Henry, boot maker, 3.5fiJ Third 
Coyle Hugh, lab, dwl N a Thirteenth nr Valencia 
Coyle James, drayman, Pier 5 Stewart, dwl 629 

Post 
Coyle James W. with H. Casebolt &, Co. dwl cor 

Clay and Lark in 
Coyle John, laborer, dwl 779 Folsom 
Coyle Marv, domestic, dwl 430 Brvant 
Coyle Matnew, box maker, dwl 9 Nafoma 
Coyle Peter, morocco leather dresser with J. J. 

Grady, dwl cor Folsom and Eighteenth 
Coyle Michael, machinist, Pacific Foundry, dwl 24 

' Natoma 
Coyne John, tinsmith with M. Prag, dwl 109 Minna 
Crabb Alexander, compositor, Evening Bulletin, 

dwl 122 Silver 
Crabb Pierre, laborer, dwl S 8 Liberty bet Towns- 
end and Brannan 
Crach P. capt. schooner Artful Dodger, off" 413 East 
Craddock Charles F. clerk with Judge 11. J. W^ells, 

dwl 623 Merchant 
Craff' Henry, miner, dwl 219 California 
Cratt'rey Edward, waiter, dwl 21 Stevenson 
Craft John, dwl SW cor Kearny and Pacific 
Crafts Ellen B. assistant teacher, Grace Institute, 

dwl 1020 Stockton 
Crafts Henry, dwl W s Howard nr Thirteenth 
Cragin Martin, laborer, dwl 129 Pacific 
Crafg Alexander, driver with Craig, Golden & 

Yung, dwl 108 Powell 
Craig Benjamin F. carpenter, dwl 574 Folsom 
Craig Bridget, domestic, 731 Folsom 
Craig H. dwl What Cheer House 
Craig James, cai'penter, dwl 19 Silver 
Craig John, carnage maker, dwl Bryant Place 
Craig John, salesman, dwl N s Townsend bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Craig John, ship joiner, dwl 150 Silver 
Craig Julia Miss (col'd) domestic, 235 Geary 
Craig J. W. (P. C. Craig ^ Co. J dwl 30d Third 
Craig Louisa Miss, domestic, 712 Pine 
Craig Michael, lather, dwl 351 Tehama 
Craig P. C. & Co. fJ. W. Craig) New England 

Sewing Machines, 305 Third 
Craig Robert, laborer, dwl 141 Shipley 
Craig (Peter J Golden C Thomas J & Tung (Nicholas J 

undertakers, 705 Market, dwl 108 Powell 
CRAIG WILLIAM, wholesale and retail wines 

and liquors, 305 IDnpont, dwl 25 John 
Craig William H. carpenter, bds 423 Stevenson 
Craik John, clerk with Dickson, De Wolf &■ Co. 

412 Battery 
CRAINE WILLIAM, architect, office 634 Wash- 
ington 
Craiten Peter, laborer, dwl 27 Battery 
Cram Elizabeth (widow) dwl 815 Bush 
Cram Marv A. Mrs. seamstress, dwl NE cor Fifth 

and Clara 
Cram William R. harness maker, 557 Market, dwl 

60 Jessie 
Cramer Charles L. (Bayley Sf C.J dwl 239 Jessie 
Cramer Johu, butcher, dwl 32 Everett, rear 
Cramer N. &. Co. merchants, 310 Sacramento, dwl 

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Cramers Olivia Miss, domestic, dwl 852 Mission 
Cramp Martba S. (widow) dwl 331 Beale 
Crandall Henry B. teacher Deaf, Dumb, {\nd Blind 

Institute, SE cor Fifteenth and Mission 
Crandall Charles, dwl 608 Third 
Crane Albert E. merchant and stock broker, dwl 

13.14 Washington 
Crane A. M. (Tompkins t^- C.) attorney at law, 

qlfice 620 3Ierchant, res Alameda 
Crane Catherine Miss, domestic, 28 Rincon Place 
Crane Erwin J. connnission merchant, office 321 

Front, bds 532 Pine 
Crane George, dwl 5 Hardie Place 
CRANE (Henry A.) & BRIGHAM^^Fj%ar» H.) 
(James Riddel and George W. Fisher) im- 
porters and wholesale druggists, SE corner Front 
and Clay, dwl 719 Sutter 
Crane Israel, commisbiou merchant, 308 Commercial, 

bds Lick House 
Cr^ne James C. clerk, dwl 534 Kearny 
Ci'ane James H. silver plater, dwl S s Pacific bet 

Powell and Mason 
Crane Jeremiah, shoe maker, dwl E a Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Crane John, compositor, California Farmer, dwl 23 

Main 
Crane S. E. broker, dwl 834 Clay 
Crane Thomas, merchant, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Crane William, book keeper, dwl 561 Howard 
Crane William, laborer, dwl 48 Louisa 
Crane William T. laborer with William J. Kingsley 
Crane W. W. jr. attorney at law, office 6 Wells' 

Building, 605 Clay, res Oakland 
Crane, see Craine 

Craner A. P. & Co. (George Aronson) pawn- 
brokers, 110 Kearny, dwl 339 Tehama 
Cranert Frederick, hatter, 510 Bush 
Cranford George, dwl with Jason Wight 
Crangle William C. boatman, foot Market 
Cranna William R. (Dell, C. Jp Co.) dwl 33 Park 

Avenue 
Crannell Nicholas, tinsmith, W a Valencia bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Cranston A. B. office 622 Montgomery, dwl What 

Cheer House 
Cranz Theodore D. cabinet maker with Goodwin &. 

Co. dwl 505 Green 
Crary J. O. B. merchant, dwl 1016 Stockton 
Craven Anna Miss, domestic, 334 Beale 
Craven Peter, boiler maker with Cott'ey & Risdon, 

dwl 117 Pine 
Craver Jeremiah, carpenter, dwl S a Sixteenth bet 

Mission and Valencia 
CRAWFORD A. & CO. ship chandlers and sail 

makers, 27 Market, dwl 508 Greenwich 
Crawford Alice Mrs. lodgings, SW cor Stevenson 

and Second 
Crawford Charles, driver. Omnibus R. R. Co. dwl 

119 Jessie 
Crawford George, laborer, Spring Valley W. W 
Crawford (James S.) & Dutch ( William) dentists, 

office 415 Montgomery 
Crawl William, clerk, dwl 31 Main 
CRAWLEY GEORGE W. Pacific R. R. House, 

446 Brannan 
Cray Patrick, laborer, dwl 116 Stevenson 
Creagh Michael, boot maker, dwl NE cor Dupont 

and Francisco 
Creamer Aaron, hair dressing saloon, American Ex- 
change, dwl SE cor Sutter and Taylor 
Creamer C. merchant, dwl 1231 Stockton 
Creamer James, drayman with E. Martin & Co. 

dwl NW cor Washington and Hyde 
Creamer Thomas, U. S. Revenue Cutter Wm. L. 

Marcy, dwl SE cor Fourth and Brannan 
Creber Walter, brewer, Cincinnati Brewery 
Creegan James, dwl 23 St. Ann 
Creegan Peter, laborer, dwl 23 St. Ann 
Creery J. J. collector, dwl 108 Virginia 



Creigh J. D. attorney at law, office 604 Merchant, 

dwl 629 Sutter 
Creigh S. W. clerk, steamer Yosemite, dwl S a Buah 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Creighton Bridget (widow) domestic with Charles 

Welsh 
Creighton Derby, mate, steamer Yoaemite 
Creighton James, deck hand, steamer Yosemite 
Creighton Patrick, butcher, 240 Fourth, dwl 315 Te- 
hama 
Crei''hton Patrick, laborer, Ft. Alcatraz, dwl 1413 

Kearny 
Creighton Robert, real estate, dwl E a Hyde bet 

Clay and Washington 
Creighton Terrence, seaman, dwl 24 Stevenson 
Creighton William, bag maker, dwl 225 Minna 
Crellin John (Morgan £f Co.) res Oysterville, W. T 
Crellin Thomas (Morgan Sf Co.) res Oysterville, 

W. T 
Cremar John P. H. cooper, dwl N a Poet bet Laguna 

and Buchanan 
Cremer John, laborer, dwl S a Sixteenth bet Valen- 
cia and Mission 
Crenan Michael, coach driver. International Hotel, 

dwl 8 Milton Place 
Creon- Amandos, book keeper, dwl 23 Dupont, rear 
CRESCENT CITY LINE STEAMERS, Califor- 
nia Steam Navigation Co. office NE cor Front 
and Jackson, and Ben Holladay, SW cor Front 
and Jackson 
Crescent Quartz Mill Co. (Plumas Co.) office 311 

Clay 
Cressy Theodore S. clerk, 319 Washington, dwl 242 

Clara 
Crest Maghars. seaman, steamer Del Norte 
Cretzer G. W. Monumental Engine Co. No. 6 
Creuziger Hugo, upholsterer, dwl 317 Ritch 
Crevling George W. cooper with Handy & Neu- 

nian, dwl Bay State House 
Cribbin Patrick, hostler, 328 Bush 
Crichton William, with Lewis &. Neville, 113 Clay 
Criggins Thomas, fruits, 125 Third cor Minna 
Crim George L. dwl W a Howard bet Nineteenth 

and Twentieth 
CRIM SAMUEL, live atock dealer, cor Waahoe 
and Twenty-Second, dwl W a Howard bet 
Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Crimmens William, blacksmith with Albert Folsom, 

dwl 23 Everett 
Crinns William H. jr. salesman with Newhall, 

Brooks & Nettleton, dwl 22 Minna 
Crippel John, stevedore, dwl 36 Stewart 
Crippen Frederick I. clerk with J. H. Tobin, dwl 

623 Howard 
Crispin Thomas, helper, Pacific Foundry, dwl 224 

Second 
Critcher Henry, broker, office 606 Merchant, res 

Oakland 
Crittenden Charles S. livery stable, 814 Mission 
Crittenden Jane M. (widow) dwl 115 Perry 
Croak Mary Miss, nurse, dwl 816 Filbert 
Croce (Peter E.) & Giamboni (Natale) fruits and 

confectionery, SE cor Stockton and Clay 
Crockard Hugh, shipsmith, dwl 910 Harrison 
Crocker Charles W. reporter, dwl 1308 Powell 
Crocker J. cabinet maker with J. Peirce, 417 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 744 Howard 
Crocker John A. ship carpenter, dwl 327 Beale 
Crocker Winslow, dwl 214 Powell 
Crockett Consolidated G. &, S. M. Co. office 728 

Montgomery 
CROCKETT, (J. B.) WHITING (W. P. C.) &, 
WIGGINS ( VV. W.) attorneys at law, office 
3-5 Exchange Building, rea Alameda Co 
Crockett John, clerk with Crockett, Whiting & 

Wiggins, rea Alameda Co 
Crofoot David O. photographic printer, Selleck'a 

Gallery, 415 Montgomery, dwl 409 Green 
Croftin Samuel, third pilot steamer Yosemite 



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Cmfton James, deck Iiund, steunier Cornelia 
Crofton John, blu^^kHiiiitli, hda Franklin Hotel, SE 

cor SHnsoni and Pncitic 
Crogan Ellen MThb, domeHtic, 121 Eddy 
Crogan Jumea, painter with Hopps &. Kanary, dwi 

331 BuHli 
Croke James Very Rev. rector St. Mary's Cathe- 
dral, cor Cal and Dajwiit, dwl G02 Dupont 
Croly Jeremiah, laborer, dwl N s Seventeenth bet 

Dolores and Churcli 
Crooian Robert, works with Hermann Buertind 
Croniar James, dwl .Ul Hush 
Crombie John H. tinsmith with J. W. Brittan & 

Co. dwl :J33 First 
Cromer Henry, Melter and Refiner's Department, 

U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 769 Folsom 
Cromer Jacob, carpenter, dwl N\V cor Third and 

Stevenson 
Cromer Nathaniel, batcher, dwl Potrero nr Brannan 

Street Bridge 
Cromode Edward, carpenter, dwl 545 Mission 
Crompton John, tireman, steamer Cornelia, dwl 15 

Everett 
Cromwell Charles P. dwl 320 Lombard 
Cromwell R. G. (col'd) hairdresser, dwl 524 Folsom 
Cron (Adalbert) Sc Co. fruits, 18 Occidental Mar- 
ket, dwl 673 Mission 
Cronan Cornelius, shoe maker with Thomas Dol- 

liver, dwl 84 Stevenson 
Cronan Daniel, laborer, dwl 14 Jessie 
Cronan David, laborer, bds Fianklin Honse 
Cronan Edward, miner, dwl SE cor Union and 

Calhoun 
Cronan John, helper, Pacific Foundry, dwl 541 

Mission 
Cronan John, miner, bds Franklin House, SW cor 

Sansom aud Broadway 
Cronan John, wines and liquors, 710 Battery, dwl 

207 Pacific 
Cronan Michael, butcher, Folsom Street Market, 

SW cor Folsom and Folsom Avenue 
Cronan Michael, laborer, dwl 131 Shipley 
Cronan Peter, carriage painter with Stem, Link &. 

Scherb, dwl SE side Dale bet McAllister and 

Tyler 
Cronan Thomas, liquor saloon, 119 Kearny 
Cronan William, metal roofer with John Kehoe, 

228 Bush 
Croner Hannah Miss, domestic with Thos. Stealey 
Cronin Coraelius, molder, Patitic Foundry, dwl Es 

First bet Howard and Mission 
Cronin Dennis, hostler, 960 Howard 
Cronin Ellen Miss, domestic, 926 Jackson 
Cronin Hannah Miss, domestic, 1002 Pine 
Cronin James, baker. Love's Bakery, dwl 76 Jessie 
Cronin John, dwl Ws Capp bet Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth 
Cronin John, laborer, dwl Filbert nr Montgomery 
Cronin John, lab, dwl SWcor Capp and Nineteenth 
Cronin Josephine Miss, liquor saloon, 249 Third 
Cronin Martin, machinist. Union Foundiy, dwl 18 

Baldwin Court 
Cronin Michael, clerk, American Bakery, dwl 1027 

Dupont 
Cronin P. J. harness maker, 219 Davis, dwl Frank- 
lin House 
Croning Margaret, domestic, dwl 637 Folsom 
CRONISE TlTUS F. editorial department Mer- 
cantile Gazette and proprietor Stock Circular, 

office 536 Clay, dwl 103 Powell 
Cronise W. H. V. office 536 Clay, dwl 526 Green 
Crook Mary Miss, domestic, 456"Natonia 
Crook Richard, drayman, dwl N s Sutter bet Larkin 

and Polk 
Crooker William, professor music, dwl Lutgen's 

Hotel 
Crooker W. L. dwl 226 Sutter 
Crooks fD. VV.J & Magilton / Thomas J lumber, SW 

cor Folsom and Main, dwl 311 Beale 



Crooks James, dwl NE cor Post and Octavia 
Crooks John, clerk, 8 Occidental Market, dwl NE 

cor Post and Octavia 
Crooks Mathew, real estate, dwl W b Crook bet 

Brannan and Townsend 
Crooks Richard, drayman with Samuel Adame, dwl 

Sutter nr Polk 
Crooks Robert, drayman, 11 Clay, dwl N b Steven- 
son nr Third 
Crooks Samuel, dwl Bush Street House ' 

Crooks Samuel M. hackman. dwl 627 Commercial 
Crooks Sarah Mit<H, dwl 13 Ellis 
Crooks William, dwl 512 Hyde 
Croon Francis, store keeper with Koopmanschap &. 

Co. dwl S 8 Vallejo bet Mont and Sansom 
Cropper T. B. teamster with Justus Bepler 
Crosbey George, dwl What Cheer House 
Crosby Daniel A. attoi-ney at law, dwl 619 Bush 
Crosby F. W. &, Co. impts and jobbers watches, dia- 
monds, jewelry, etc. 6:38 Clay, dwl 519 Folsom 
Crosby George, clerk with Humphrey & Co. 104 

Clay, dwl 727 O'Farrell 
Crosby George O. produce, 104 Clay, dwl 727 

O'Farrell 
Crosby Henry R. clerk Twelfth L. H. District, C. H. 

dwl Brooklyn Hotel 
Crosby James, cook, dwl 215 Broadway 
Crosby John, tailoring, 610 Montgomery 
CROSBY L. stock broker, ollice 36 Exchange 

Building, dwl with Wm. W. Knight 
Crosby Peter, express wagon, corner Kearny and 

Market 
Crosby William, fai-mer, dwl corner Valencia and 

Eighteenth 
Crosett James F. compositor with Dewey & Co 
Crosett James L. (H. 7\ Felton Sf Co.) dwl E s 

Second bet DeBoom and Bryant 
Croslie Pierre, proprietor garden. Old San Jos^Road 

E Industrial School 
CROSKEY (Robert) & HOWARD f Irwin) gro- 
ceries and liquors, SE cor Franklin and Hayes, 

Hayes' Valley 
Crosley John W. salesman with Treadwell & Co. 

dwl 509 Bush 
Croslow James, laborer, dwl 16 Taylor, rear 
CROSS (Alexander j &. CO. (John Weddcrgpoon) 

commisbion merchants, 625 Sansom, warehouse 

611-615 Battery, res Valparaiso, S. A 
Cross Donald, machinist, dwl 54 First 
Cross Frederick L. salesman 217 Montgomery, dwl 

550 Mission 
Cross Frank, laborer, dwl 114 Jackson 
Cross Horatio, miner, dwl 704 Folsom 
Cross Richard, teamster with Dickson, DeWolf & 

Co. dwl 327 Broadway 
Cross Thomas, lithographic printer, dwl 327 Bdwy 
Cross William, clerk, dwl Central House, 814 San 
Cross William, driver Central R. R. Co. dwl NW 

cor Brannan and Sixth 
Crossin John, butcher with B. E. Arnold, dwl cor 

Tenth and Bryant 
Crothers James, miner, dwl 931 Keamy 
Croty Annie Miss, domestic, 532 Pine 
Crouch Daniel L. foreman molder San Francisco 

Iron Works, dwl 54 First 
Crouch James, cigar maker, dwl W s Jasper Place 

nr Filbert 
Crou6 A. superintendent French Hospital 
Croughwell Eugene, harness maker with C. H. 

Mead, dwl 115 Washington 
Crouse John R. importer and dealer groceries, SE 

cor Sansom and Clay, dwl 246 Fourth 
Croutzeille Adolph, butcher, dwl N s Minna bet 

Eighth and Ninth 
Crouz (Charles) &. Littlebridge, wood and coal 

yard, dwl 737 Green 
Crovat Maria (widow) dwl 314 Minna 
Crow Allen D. with Cameron, Whittier & Co. dwl 

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Crow Hubert F. clerk with Castle Bros, dwl 316 

Fourth 
Crow Jamea, plasterer, dwl 313 Geary, rear 
Crow Johanna, housekeeper with Johu McNamara, 

E 8 Valencia nr Thirteenth 
Crowe D. H. book keeper, Pacheco Warehonse Co. 

40-2 Frout, dwl S\V cor Stockton and Ellis 
CROWE (John) & FARRELL (Michael J under- 
takers, 709 Market 
Crowe Margaret (widow) dwl 6 Brown Alley 
Crowe Timothy, locksmith and bell hanger, 659 

Mission 
Crowell Charles I. book keeper with Hosmer, 

Goewey & Co. dwl 724 Howard 
Crowell Eugene (Laiiglcy, C. 4r Co.) resides New 

York 
Crowell George E. machinist, dwl 419 Fremont 
Crowell Harris, cigars, dwl 314 Sixth 
Crowell Henry, with Feaster &. Co. dwl 126 Bush 
Crowell Hiram, carpenter, dwl W s Leavenworth 

bet Sacramento and California 
Crowell Horatio, seaman, dwl 10 Stewart 
Crowell James P. dentist, dwl 139 Fourth 
Crowell Mary A. Mrs. dwl 19 Natoma 
Crowell Pi-entiss Capt. wharfinger Rincon Point 

Dock, dwl SW cor Third and Market 
Crowell William L. salesman with A. Romtm & Co. 

dwl 930 Clay 
Crowell Zenas, book keeper California Insurance 

Co. 318 California, dwl 530 Pine 
Crowl James, plumber with Thomas Day, 732 

Montgomery, dwl cor Lombard and Stockton 
Crowlan Alichael, stone cutter, dwl 176 Minna 
Crowlen James, laborer, dwl 541 Mission 
Crowley Ann (widow) dwl 334 Third 
Crowley Bridget Miss, domestic, dwl 10 John 
Crowley Bridget M. Miss, domestic, dwl 828 Pacific 
Crowley Catharine Miss, domestic, 634 Broadway 
Crowley Catherine, domestic, 762 Howard 
Crowley Charles, laborer, American Exchange 
Crowley C. J. machinist, dwl 426 Folsom 
Crowley Cornelius, fruits, SW cor Clav and Bat- 
tery, dwl 334 Third 
Crowley Daniel, blacksmith Omnibus R. R. Co. dwl 

W s Leroy Place bet Sacramento and Clay 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, dwl NE cor Washington 

and Leavenworth 
Crowley Daniel, laborer Market St. R. R. dwl N s 

Seventeenth bet Mission and Howard 
Crowley Daniel A. teacher, dwl 213 Beale 
Crowley David, teamster with James McDevitt, 

dwl W s Sansom bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Crowley Ellen Miss, domestic, 114'Mason 
Crowley Ellen T. (widow) dwl 21 Clementina 
Crowley Florence, carpenter, dwl 670 Harrison 
Crowley James, lab, North Beach & M. R. R. Co 
Crowley James F. prompter Italian Opera, Acad- 
emy Music 
Crowley James F. carpenter, dwl 331 Bush 
Crowley Joanna, domestic with P. E. Bowman, 

dwl SW cor Broadway and Montgomery 
Crowley Johanna Miss, domestic with A. Dott, N a 

Oak bet Franklin and Gough 
Crowley Johannah Miss, domestic, 1208 Sac 
Crowley John, boiler helper, Pacitic Foundry, dwl 

75 Natoma 
Crowley Johu, calker, dwl Manhattan Engine H 
Crowley John, cartman, dwl Natoma nr Fifth 
Crowley John, cartman, dwl 443 Minna 
Crowley John, deck hand, steamer Yosemitfi, dwl 

20 Rouscb, rear 
Crowley John, groom, dwl 23 Jessie 
Crowley John, laborer, dwl 115 First 
Crowley John, laborer, dwl 239 Minna, rear 
Crowley John, laborer, dwl 269 Stevenson 
Crowley John, letter carrier. Post Office, dwl 55 

Clementina 
Crowley Johu, waiter, Occidental Hotel 
Crowley John, watch maker, 422 Folsom 



Crowley John C. miner, dwl W 8 Laskie bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Crowley John D. carpenter, dwl 157 Shipley 
Crowley John D. pantryman steamer Julia 
Crowley John J. meat market, N s Sixteenth nr 

Valencia, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Valencia 
Crowley Julia Miss, domestic, 617 Bush 
Crowley Julia Miss, domestic, 209 Jones 
Crowley Margaret Miss, domestic with P. Johnson, 

Serpentine Avenue nr San Bruno Road 
Crowley Margaret Miss, domestic with Mrs. Mich- 
ael Graiiey, S s Brannan bet Seventh and Eighth 
Crowley Mary, domestic, 732 Howard 
Crowley Mary Miss, domestic, 311 Stockton 
Crowley Michael, laborer, dwl N s Bernard bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
Crowley Michael, seaman, dwl 405 Green 
Crowley M. J. pantryman steamer Yosemite 
Crowley Patrick, constable First Township, office 

536 Pacific, dwl 314 Green 
Crowley Richard, with C. S. Nav. Co. Broadway 

Wharf 
Crowley Richard, blacksmith, dwl E s Sansom bet 

Broadway and Pacific 
Crowley Richard, stevedore, dwl 516 Mission 
Crowley Timothy, cartman, dwl 25 Rincon Place 
Crowley Timothy, drayman, dwl W s Rassette 

Place No. 1 
Crowley Timothy, laborer, dwl 126 Pacific 
Crown Charles, mariner, dwl 32 Stewart 
Crown Harris, cigars, 414 Sac, dwi 314 Sixth 
Crown Lead G. M. Co. office 406 Montgomery 
CROWN POINT G. & S. M. CO. office 708 Mont- 
gomery 
Crown Point Ravine G. & S. M. Co. (Gold Hill) 

office 7 Government House 
Crownan Cornelius, laborer, dwl 156 First 
Crowne E. clerk with Livingston & Hickey, dwl 

178 Minna 
Crowninshield Jacob, with Louis R. Lull, dwl 927 

Washington 
Crowninshield William B. express wagon, cor Clay 

and Sansom 
Crowt John, harness maker with J. M. Hurlbutt &. 

Co. 407 Battery 
Crowther George T. dwl 22 Clara 
Croz Peul, butcher with Z. Hebei-t, dwl Hampshire 

nr Santa Clara 
Crozade Alphonse, billiard saloon, 713 Pacific, dwl 

1027 Dupont 
Crozat P. jobber cigars and tobacco, 613 Sansom, 

dwl W 8 Dupont bet Jackson and Wash 
Croze Auguste, laundry, 231 Ritch 
Crudden William, butcher with Crummie & O'Neill, 

dwl NW cor Jackson and Larkin 
Cruise John, clerk with Stephen S. Smith, dwl E s 

First nr Bryant 
Crnmmer H. B. clerk, 300 Montgomery, bds Brook- 
lyn Hotel 
Crummie James, butcher, dwl S s Folsom bet Ninth 

and Tenth 
CRUMMIE (John) & O'NEILL (Hugh) whole- 
sale butchers, Brannan Sti-eet Bridge, dwl S s 

Folsom nr Ninth 
Crnmp William, cellarman with B. D.Wilson & Son 
Cruse William, laborer, dwl 30 Jane 
Crussell Fmnk, locksmith. Summer St. House 
Crutchley Mary E. (widow) dwl 1027 Minna 
Cruver Henry, drayman, dwl cor Leavenworth and 

Jackson 
Cruz Henry, groceries, 56 Clay, dwl SE cor Turk 

and Larkin 
Crnz Pedro, with Cutting & Co. dwl 402 Green 
Cruze (Charles) &. Co. (Sheffield LillibridgeJ 

wood and coal, 531 Pine, dwl 737 Green 
Cryer Charles, engineer, dwl 231 Minna 
Cryer Clara Miss, cloak maker with L. Leszynsky, 

dwl 231 Minna 
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CubbinB Thomas, mason, dwl cor Virginia Avenue 
and Lundy Lane 

Cnddy Francis, boiler maker, dwl 61 Natoma 

Cuddy James, driver with Guttridge Si, Curtiu.dwl 
'SSE cor Sixth and JesHie 

Cuddv Patrick J. laborer with P. Taggert, dvrl W 8 
Florida nr Solano 

Cuddy William, wiil maker with James A. Wright, 
211 Sacramento 

Cudworth Abel W. dwl 1109 Kearny 

Cudworth J. W. milk ranch, 8 s Presidio Road nr 
Laguna 

Cue Mary, domestic, dwl 1812 Pine 

Cue William, with Tay, Brooks & Backus, dwl 23 
Stevenson, rear 

Cuff Dennis, boot maker, N s Brannan bet Sixth 
and Seventh 

Cuir Hannah Miss, domestic, 823 Post 

Cuff Thomas, workman with I. Peirson, N 8 Six- 
teenth nr Nebraska 

Cnlbert Alexander, mariner, dwl 32 Stewart 

Cnlbert James, cook. Original House Restaurant 

Culler Patrick, groom, dwl E s Main nr Market 

Cullen Charles, conductor, North Beach ^ M.R. R. 
Co. dwl 207 Fourth 

Cnlleu J. laborer. Spring Valley W. W 

Cullen James, dyer, Mission Woolen Mills 

Cullen Jetfery, with B. Davidson & Berri, dwl N s 
Jjombard bet Leavenworth and Jones 

Cullen Lizzie Miss, domestic with A. Hollub, SW 
cor Laguna and Tyler 

Cullen Lizzy Mrs. witu Samuel Hill, 111 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 526 Pine 

Cullen Margaret Miss, domestic with A. Hollub, 
SW cor Laguna and Tyler 

Cullen Michael, laborer, dwl S s Fourteenth ur Fol- 
Bom 

Cullen Patrick, helper. Union Foundry, dwl E b 
Gilbert bet Sixtli and Seventh 

Cullen Philip, laborer, dwl 22 Jessie 

Cullen Philip, retortman, S. F. Gas Co 

Cullen Thomas, gunsmith with N. Curry & Bro. dwl 
319 Bush 

Cullen Thomas, liquor saloon and ball court, 543 
Market 

Cullen Thomas, machinist, Union Foundry, dwl Na- 
tional House 

Cnllens J. W. second hand furniture, 30 First 

Culligan J. O. express wagon, dwl cor Third and 
i olsom 

Cnlligan John, gardener, dwl 422 Brannan 

Culligan T. laborer, Spriug Valley W. W 

CuUimore John, workman with John B. Wooster, 
SW cor Mission and Lalayette Avenue 

CulHnan D. dwl 331 Bush 

Cullinan John, O.S.F. teacher, St. Mary's Cathedral 

Cullinane James, carpenter, dwl Meek Place 

CuUum Frank, laborer, dwl 304 Jessie 

Culon John L. carpenter, dwl 759 Mission 

Culshaw William, cooper, dwl 52 Sacramento 

Culver C. B. dwl 428 Bush 

Culver Charles F. carpenter, dwl 636 Commercial 

Culver James H. pattern maker, Pacific Foundry, 
dwl 4 Gustavus 

Culver Willet, ornamental shrubbery, San Souci 
Valley, 3 miles W City Hall 

Culver William H. attorney at law, dwl 722 Wash 

Culver William H. sen. dwl W s Sixth bet Steven- 
son and Jessie 

Culverwell Joseph E. teamster, 29 Fremont, dwl 
227 Sixth 

CULVERWELL STEPHEN S. manufacturer 
doors, sash, blinds, moldings, etc., 20, 29 and 
31 Fremont, dwl 234 Sixth 

Culverwell William, agent and accountant, 619 Mer- 
chant, dwl with W. M. Higgins 

Cmn Chong (Chinese) washing, 8 Stevenson 

Cum Kee (Chinese) washing, 922 Kearny 

Cum Sin (Chinese) washing, 327 Pine 



Cumsky Alice (widow) dwl 810 Howard 
Cuniisky Henry, baker, dwl 1715 Leavenworth 
Cummer George, seaman, dwl 52 Clay 
Cuniming George, machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 362 Third 
Cumniing James M. with P. F. Loughran Sc Co. 

dwl S06 Howard 
Cumming .John, lumber dealer, dwl 2^} Minna 
Cuniming John. Block broker, 622 Montgomery, res 

Twelve Mile House 
Cumming William H. deputy ganger, Custom House, 

dwl NE cor Natoma and Second 
Cummings Alfred H. real estate, dwl 146 Silver 
Cumniings A. M. (widow) lodgings, 17 Third 
Cummings C. A. MIhs, assistant, Union Grammar 

School, dwl NE cor Stevenson and Third 
Cummings C. F. clerk with Way &. Keyt, 525 Merch 
Cummings Daniel B. express wagon, cor Montgom- 
ery and Clay 
Cummings Darnel F. carpenter, dwl Mariposa nr 

Carolina 
Cummings Edward (Rihv Sc Co.) dwl We Elev- 
enth bet Market and Mission 
Cummings Edwin J. clerk with James McDon- 

ougb, dwl 616 California 
Cummings F. G. (W. £. Cummings Sf Co.) dwl 

719 California 
Cummings George F. dwl 414 Market 
Cummings George S. book binder with Bartling & 

Kimball, dwl N b Folsom nr Fourth 
CummingB G. Parker, architect, olfice 131 Mont 
Cummings Harrison R. (Field &, C) dwl 10 Bag- 
ley Place 
Cummings Henry K. commisBion fruit dealer, 415 

and 417 Davis, dwl 517 Post 
Cummings James, dwl What Cheer House 
Cummings James, spinner, S. F. P. Woolen Mills, 

dwl Bay bet Larkin and Polk 
Cummings James M. carpenter, dwl S 8 Union bet 

TayTor and Jones 
Cummings Jane (widow) dwl N a Harrison bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 
Cummings John, .coachman with W. Blackwell, 

NW cor Bryant and Grove Avenue 
Cummings Joseph (col'd) laborer, dwl W s August 

Alley bet Green and Union 
Cummings Loren, teamster, dwl N s Sixteenth nr 

Dolores 
Cummings Mathew, laborer, dwl 12 Sutter 
Cummings Patrick, clerk, NE cor Fifth and Clara 
Cummings Patrick, foreman laborers, Donohue's 

Foundry, dwl 14 Mason 
Cummings Patrick, horse shoer with Thomas Don- 
Ian, dwl 2 Berry 
Cummings Patrick, laborer, dwl 12 Sherwood Place 
Cummings Plympton, carpenter, dwl 1011 Mason 
Cummings Richard, salesman, 6 Clay, dwl 8 Clay 
Cummings Rose Ann, domestic, 510 Howard 
Cummings Timothy, driver. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Cummings Timothy, porter with Conroy &, O'Con- 
nor, dwl 12 Sutter 
CUMMINGS W. B. & CO. (F. G. Cummings) 
importers and commission merchants, 124 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 719 California 
CummingB William, dwl 82 Natoma 
Cummings William, deck band, stm Chrysopolis 
Cummings William C. stevedore, dwl 322 Green 
Cummings William F. dwl 202 Second 
Cummins James, spinner. Pioneer Woolen Mills, 

NW cor Beach and Larkin 
Cummins Theresa (col'd) stewardess, dwl 1408 Mason 
Cummisky Patrick, engineer, dwl 118 Minna 
Cundliff James, porter, 538 Merchant 
Cunihan Patrick, teamster, dwl 266 Stevenson 
Cunio John, gardener, N£ cor Laguna and McAl- 
lister 
Cunito Charles, cook, dwl 939 Kearny 
Cunliffe James, glass blower. Pacific Glass Works, 
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Cunniff John, with Reynolds, Howell & Ford, dwl 

1304 Powell 
Cunnirt" Patrick, dwl Hubbard nr Howard 
Cunningham A. H. (widow) dwl 4;)() Natoma 
Cunningham Andrew, Banks O' Clyde Liquor Sa- 
loon, NE cor Sutler and Saneom 
Cunningham Barbara Mrs. Oregon House, 238 Stew- 
art 
Cunningham Catharine Miss, domestic 959 Folsom 
Cunningham Charles, laborer, dwl 330 Bush 
Cunningham Charles C. steward Occidental Hotel 
Cunningham D. hostler. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Cunningham David, finisher. Excelsior Iron Works, 

dwl S 8 Third bet Howard and Folsom 
Cunningham Francis, real estate, ottice iiTb Market, 

dwl ti^3 Commercial 
Cunningham James, boatman, dwl E s Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Cunningham James, engineer steamer Julia, dwl 

SW coc Louisiana and Sierra 
Cunningham James, clerk. Daily Examiner, dwl 

'J46 Tehama 
Cunningham James, laborer, C. H. dwl 55 Jessie 
Cunningham James, laborer, dwl 39 Clay 
Cunningham James, miller, City Flour Mills, dwl 

15 Ecker 
Cunningham James, poultry and game, 14 Metro- 
politan Market, dwl 946 Mission 
Cunningham James, real estate, dvvl 652 Market 
Cunningham John, with Levi Shilling 
Cunningham John, bricklayer, dwl 30 Hunt 
Cunningham John, carpenter, dwl S s Market bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Cunningliam John, engineer, dwl with Frank Hous- 
ton, E 8 Calhoun nr Green 
Cunningham John, fruits, dwl 944 Kearny 
Cunningham John, groom, dwl 12 Jessie 
Cuuningham John, hide inspector, dwl N W cor Clay 

andDrumm 
Cunningham John, horse shoer with S. B. Stickle 
Cunningliam John, laborer, dwl 32 Clementina 
Cunningham John, mason, S. F. Gas Co 
Cunningham John J. book keeper, 11 Montgomery, 

dwl 318 Minna 
Cunningham Kate Miss, domestic, 1028 Bush 
Cunningham Lindsey, collector with John G. Hodge 

& Co. dwl 456 Natoma 
Cunningham Mary Miss, domestic, 407 O'Farrell 
Cunningham Michael, ironer, Chelsea Laundry 
Cunningham Michael, laborer, dwl NE cor Pacific 

and Kearny 
Cunningham P. book keeper with M. Nolan, dwl 

58 Minna 
Cuuningham Palmer, with James Brokaw, dwl Na- 
toma bet First and Second 
Cunningham Parian R. carpenter, dwl 29 Minna 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, dwl 152 Shipley 
Cunningham Patrick, silversmith, bds Franklin Ho- 
tel, SE cor Sansom and Pacific 
Cunningham Peter, printer with Painter & Co. dwl 

38 First 
Cnnningham Peter, waiter, St. Nicholas Hotel 
Cunningham Robert, calker, dwl S s Sutter bet Du- 

pont and Kearny 
Cunninu;ham Robert, clerk, Falkner, Bell &. Co. 

dwl 456 Natoma 
Cunningham Rose, dress maker, dwl 707 Mission 
Cunningham Rose Miss, domestic, dwl 1820 Powell 
Cunningham Samuel, engineer, dwl 15 Howard 

Court 
Cunningham Simon D. watchman, U. S. Branch 
Mint, dwl W s Priest bet Clay and Washing- 
ton 
Cunningham Theodore B. real estate, oflSce 55 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Cunningham Thomas (Virginia City) dwl 318 Minna 
Cunningham Thomas, clerk, dwl E s Havens Place 
Cunningham Thomas, waiter, 626 Kearny, dwl 405 
Dupont 



Cunningham Thomas L. clerk, dwl 102 St. Mark PI 
Cunningham T. J. express wagon, cor Washington 

ana Sansom 
Cunningham William, New York Department Wells, 

Fargo & Co. dwl 456 Natoma 
Cunningham William C. harness maker with Main 

& Winchester, dwl E s Capp bet Eighteenth 

and Nineteenth 
Cunningham William W. dwl 1226 Bush 
Cunningham William W. agent Daily and Weekly 

Examiner, dvvl 246 Tehama 
CUNNINGHAM Z. H. & CO. blacksmiths, 581 

Market, dwl 137 Shipley 

Cunningham , cabinet maker, dwl 29 Minna 

Cunnington Margaret (widovv) dwl 11 Pinckney PI 
Cunningworth John B. druggist and apothecary, 228 

Pacific 
Cunnio Stephen, laborer, dwl W s Gaven nr Filbert 
Cuong Chun (Chinese) washing, 816 Mission 
Curley Bridget Miss, cook, 516 Sutter 
Curley Bridget D. Miss, domestic, 868 Mission 
Curley Cornelius, carpenter, dwl 657 Mission 
Curley Cornelius, job wagon, cor Post and Mont- 
gomery, dwl N 8 Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth 
Curley James, dwl N s Minna bet Fifth and Sixth 
Curley James, deck hand, steamer Chrysopolis 
Curley James, job wagon, cor Sansom and Califor- 
nia, dwl N s Minna bet Fifth and Sixth 
CURLEY JAMES, proprietor Roxbury House, 318 

Pacific 
Cnrley John, boiler maker, dwl 15 Natoma 
Curley John, butcher, dwl Crowley House, Brannan 
Curley John, laborer, dwl N s Linden nr Laguna 
Curley John M. teamster, dwl NW cor Union and 

Eliza 
Curley Margaret Miss, dwl 9 Lick Alley 
Curley Mary Miss, dwl 6 Lick Alley 
Curley Mary Miss, domestic, 1050 Mission 
Curley Micfiael, lather, dwl 11 Sherwood Place 
Curley Patrick, drayman, cor Mission and Sixteenth 
Curley Patrick, laborer, dwl 213 Tehama 
Curley Patrick, laborer, dwl 10 Lewis Place 
Curley Patrick C. proprietor United States Hotel, 

706 Battery 
Curley Thomas, laborer, dwl 31 Louisa 
Curley Thomas, pantryman, Brooklyn Hotel 
Curley Thomas, waiter, What Cheer House Restau- 
rant 
Curlev William, laborer with John Center, dwl E 8 

Shotwell bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Curley William, laborer. Fort Point 
Curley William, laborer, dwl 31 Louisa 
Curran Bernard, tailor, dwl 201 Powell 
Curran Bridget Miss, domestic, 1019 Bush 
CURRAN HUGH, proprietor Franklin Hotel, SE 

cor Sansom and Pacific 
Curran Joseph, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

32 Rousch 
Curran Mary (widow) dwl 52 Shipley 
Curran Micfiael, baker, dwl cor Brannan and Gilbert 
Curran Patrick, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

Hinckley nr Broadway 
Curran Patrick H. lab, dwl N s Grove nr Gough 
Curran Thomas, Eureka Employment Office, 138 

Sutter 
Curran William, laborer, dwl 180 Jessie 
Currey John, judge. Supreme Court, chambers 535 

Clay, dwl 47 South Park 
Currey, see Kurre 

Currie James, gas fitter, dwl 319 Bush 
Currie Robert K. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl E s Main bet Folsom and Harrison 
Currier A. laborer. Spring Valley W. W 
Currier (Amos) & Winter (Daniel) sign painters 

and picture frame makers, 620 Market, dwl 708 

Lark in 
Currier Benjamin, carpenter, dwl 561 Bryant, rear 
Currier C. H. pump and block maker, 29 Market, 

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Currier Joseph, boot maker, dwl Sutter bet Mont- 

({omery and SuiiBom 
Currier Nutlmiiicl, dwl 9 Mobs 
Currij,'an Susan Mrs. dwl W s Gilbert bet Bryant 

and Hrunnan 
Curry Celia (widow) dwl SW cor Kearny and Bay 
Curry CliarlfH A. bar keeper with Brennan &. liy- 

der, dwl N s Jackson above Stockton 
Curry Elias L. carpenter, office and dwl 808 Jack- 
son, rear 
Curry Francis J. boiler maker, Pacific Foundry, 

awl 61 Natoma 
Curry Jnuies, plasterer, dwl 204 Montgomery 
Curry Jolin (N. Curry ^ Brotfu:rJ res Monroe 

Co. Obio 
Curry John, dwl 609 Battery 

Curry John (col'd) with Henry C. Cornish, 622 Bat 
Curry Luke, gi-oceries and liquors, 734 Market, dwl 

Serpentine Avenue bet Folsom and Howard 
Curry N. & Brother (Jolin Curry j guns, pistols, 

and sporting materials, 317 Battery 
Curry Patrick, dwl 278 Minna 
Curry Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Powell nr Sac 
Curry Samuel T. carpenter, dwl 633 Market 
Curry William, dwl 18 First 
Curry William, stevedore, dwl 38 Jessie 
Curtain James, guardsman, San Quentin, dwl 1336 

Pacific 
Curtain Thomas, painter -with Sweett & Gadsby 
Curias Peter, bar Keeper, SE cor Pine and Kearny, 

dwl Belden nr Pine 
Curtaz Benjamin, maimfacturer piano fortes, 123 

Keaniy, dwl SE cor Sutter and Leavenworth 
CURTIN CALLAHAN, importer and dealer dry 

^oods, 48 Second, dwl 241 Jessie 
Curtin Cornelius (Gultridge £f C.) dwl W 8 

Eighth bet Folsom and Howard 
Curtin David, salesman, 36 and 38 Third, dwl 760 

California 
Curtin Marv Miss, domestic, 829 Howard 
Curtis Bartliolomew, drayman, dwl 13 Louisa 
Curtis Catherine, domestic, 305 Fremont 
Curtis Catherine (widow) furnished rooms, 118 Post 
Curtis Charles, cartman, dwl 10 Hinckley 
Curtis Charles, laborer, dwl 133 Folsom 
Curtis Charles H. sash and blind maker with Geo. 

Robinson &- Co. dwl 14 Natoma 
Curtis Charles W. dwl SW cor Post and Kearny 
Curtis E. S. shipmaster, W s Front bet Broadway 

and Vallejo, dwl 17 Third 
Curtis George, Melter and Refiner's Department, 

U. S. Branch Mint, dwl Russ House 
Curtis James M. laborer, dwl 17 Fourth 
Curtis Jarvis B. stock broker, dwl 10 Sutter 
CURTIS (J. M.J & ALLEN (SheldonJ commis- 
sion merchants, 313 Davis, dwl S s Chestnut 

bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Curtis John P. carpenter and builder, 320 Jackson, 

dwl 133 Stevenson 
Curtis Joseph, boot maker, 264 Third 
Curtis Lewis W. painter, dwl 256 Tehama 
Curtis Lucien, dwl 1223 Washington 
Curtis Margaret Mrs. teacher dress cutting, 27 Stock 
Curtis Margaret (widow) dwl W s Battery bet Val- 
lejo and Green 
Curtis Michael, blacksmith, dwl 447 Clementina, rear 
Cunis Murray, law student with Tompkins & 

Crane, res Oakland 
Curtis Richard, currier with W. H. Warren, dwl 

525 Mission 
Curtis Richard, laborer with Hey &. Meyn 
Curtis Richard, laborer, dwl 525' Mission 
Curtis Thomas, laborer with Hey &. Meyn 
Curtis Thomas, laborer, dwl W s Haw es nr Folsom 
Curtis Thomas, porter, 217 Front, dwl 333 Bush 
Curtis William, seaman, dwl 238 Stewart 
Curtis William F. carpenter, dwl 915 Jones 
Curtiss Samuel, paper hanger with G. W. Clark, 

dwl W s Mary nr Mitision 



Curtoys William J. laborer, dwl S s Sacramento bet 
Dnimm and Stewart 

Curty J. attendant, French Hospital 

Cusack Thomas, calker, dwl Prospect Place 

Cushing Benjamin F. shipwright with Joseph Rin- 
jfot, dwl 126 Beale 

Cushing Charles A. book keeper, Novelty Iron 
Works, dwl 516 Seventh 

Cushing Charles B. collector. Spring Valley W. 
W. dwl SW cor Montgomery and Broadway 

Cashing Charles D. collector with Main &, Win- 
chester, dwl 18 Stanly Place 

Cushing Charles H. clerk with E. T. Steen, dwl 516 
Seventh 

Cushing E. Miss, assistant, Fourth St. School, dwl 
lOtf Stockton 

CUSHING G. H. state ganger, office 321 Front, 
dwl 652 Howard 

Cushing John, cartman, dwl 416 Post 

Cushing John D. {Mangels ^ Co.) SE cor How- 
ard and Fourth 

Cushing Robert, contractor, dwl 106 Stockton 

Cushing T. H. Columbia Engine Co. No. 11 

Cushing Thomas Rev. assistant pastor Mission 
Dolores Church 

Cushing Volney, captain steamer Cornelia, office 
Nli, cor Front and Jackson 

Cushman Charles D. corresponding clerk with C. W. 
Brooks Si, Co. dwl NW cor Steiner and Fulton 

Cushman Zacheus, inspector. Custom House, dwl 
NW cor Steiner and Fulton 

Cusick James, groom, dwl 413 Market 

Cusick William, laborer, dwl 410 Folsom 

Cusolle John, dwl N s Minna nr Seventh 

CUSTOM HOUSE BLOCK, SE cor Sacramento 
and Sansom 

Cutler Acors S. machinist, Miners' Foundry, dwl 
429 Clementina 

Cutler L. S. clerk, 632 Washington, dwl SW cor 
Market and Third 

Cutrell William E. (Mangels ^ C.) dwl NE cor 
Fourth and Silver 

Cutter Albert J. carpenter and builder, 806 Clay 

Cutter David S. (William H. Tobey 4- Co.) dwl 
115 Perry 

Cutter Ephraim P. agent, office 30 Exchange Bnild- 
ings, dwl 510 Dupont 

Cutter Henry M. salesman with William T. Cutter, 
111 California, dwl 809 Stockton 

Cutter Horace F. office 523 Montgomery, dwl 1309 
Mason 

CUTTER JAMES H. wholesale grocer and Treas- 
urer S. F. Fire Department Charitable Fund, 
511 Front, dwl SW cor Hyde and Sutter 

Cutter Joseph S. (T. F. Bayliss 4" Co.J resides 
Petaluma 

Cutter R. S. &- Co. ( William A. Boyd J Howard 
Market, NE cor Second and Howard 

CUTTER SAMUEL L. jr. attorney at law, office 
30 Exchange Building, dwl 510 Dupont 

Cutter Thomas A. (Deming ^ Co. aiid Miller Sf 
Co. J dwl 114 Geary 

Cutter William T. agent Cutter's Whisky, 111 Cal- 
ifornia, dwl 652 Market 

Cutter William W. sr. dwl 652 Market 

Cutting Calvin, brakeman, S. F. & San Jo86 R. R 

Cutting Edwin, painter, 759J Mission 

Cutting Eugene O. plasterer with Samnel Kellett, 
dwl 759 ^Mission 

CUTTING (Francis) &, CO. manufacturers pick- 
les, preserves, etc. 21 and 31 Main, office and 
salesroom 202 Front, dwl 330 Bryant 

Cutting Lewis, with Cutting & Co. dwl 334 Bryant 

Cutts James M. hatter with K. MeussdorfFer, dwl 

Suincy Place 
ier Alexander, dwl nr San Bruno Road 3} 
miles from City Hall 
Cypiot Ferdinand, merchant, dwl 632 Market 
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D 

D'Angelo Anthony, hair dresser with J. Lipman, 

dvvl Washington nr East 
D'Arcy Anne, domestic, 733 Harrison 
D'Arc'v John, bakery, SW cor Perry and Third 
D'ASSONVILLE V. physician, office and dwl 1030 

Dupont 
D'Este J. pantryman Clipper Restaurant 
D'Haro Alonzo, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Guerrero 

and Dolores 
D'Lucca Francisco, fisherman, 48 Italian Fish Mar- 
ket 
D'Oliveira Emanuel, physician, office and dwl 812 

Washington 
Dabovich EPia, fruits, 1122 Stockton 
Dabovich N. foreign and domestic fruits, 420 Davis, 

dwl 1108 Taylor 
Dace Joseph, molder. Pacific Foundry, dwl N s 

Broadway nr Kearny 
Dacey C. laborer, Spring Vallev W. W 
Dacey James, dwl N s Bryant bet Fifth and Sixth, 

rear 
Dacey John, groceries and provisions, 1426 Stock 
Dacey Kate Miss, domestic, 1010 Powell 
Dacker Charles, mariner, dwl 32 Stewart 
Dacota S. M. Co. office 24 Government House 
Dadv Edward, gardener, dwl SE cor Stevenson and 

fecker 
Dafarel Benedict, gardener, NE cor Laguna and 

McAllister 
Daffis Maximin, shoe maker with James H. Swain 

& Co. 204 Bush 
Dager Joseph W. dwl E s Jones bet Jackson and 

Pacific 
Daggan Charles, plasterer, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Dagger Charles, hair rope maker, 521 Market, dwl 

Vallejo Place 
DAHLEN FRANCIS, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Dupont and Sutter and NW cor Ritch and 

Clam, dwl 28 Ritch 
Dahlmann Charles & Co. (Adolpk RoosJ clothing, 

520 Sacramento, dwl 324 Geary 
Dahmcke Frederick, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Washington and Drunim 
Dahnken Frederick (Bose Sp D.) dwl NE cor Tay- 
lor and Valparaiso 
Dailey B. hostler. Omnibus R. R. Co. 
Dailey H. carpenter, dwl Cincinnati Brewery, Va- 
lencia 
Dailey James, laborer with Hey & Meyn 
Dailey John, tailor, dwl 212 Harrison 
Dailev Thomas, tailor, dwl SE cor Harrison and 

Main 
Daily Aeneas, fruits, 546 Mission 
Daily Daniel, spinner. S. F. P. Woolen Mills, dwl 

North Point net Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Daily John, tin and sheet iron worker, dwl SE cor 

Powell and Pacific 
Daily Lawrence H. messenger. Custom House, dwl 

112 Vallejo 
Daily William, bar keeper, dwl W s White Place 

nr Bryant 
Daingerfield Charles H. S. (col'd) porter, dwl Ber- 
nard nr Jones 
Daingerfield William P. (Cove, D. Sf HambletonJ 

attorney at law, office 6 U. S. Court Block, dwl 

915 Sutter 
Daise John, laborer, dwl E s August Alley nr Union 
Dake Edmund C. clothing, 541 and 543 Washing- 
ton, dwl 634 Mission 
Dakin Edward, bag factory, 33 Clay, dwl 12<) Third 
Dakin James, laborer, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 

W s Eighth bet Howard and Clementina 
Dakin William, plasterer, bds 411 Pacific 
Dalamore John, hostler, dwl Central House, 814 

Sansom 



Dalchy Peter, blacksmit)). Miners' Foundry 
Daleth Nicholas /'Conrad Wicland Jj- Cojdv/1172 

Jessie 
Daley Agnes Miss, domestic, 622 Greenwich 
Daley Barkley, laborer, dwl 25 Stevenson 
Daley Comehus, laborer, dwl 84 Stevenson 
Daley Daniel, laborer, dwl Spear nr Harrison 
Daley David, blacksmith, dwl 254 Minna 
Daley Dennis A. laborer, Market St. R. R. dwl NE 

cor Market and Stockton 
Daley Edward, peddler, cor Sixteenth and Mission 
Daley Elizabeth Miss, domestic, 31 Minna 
Daley Francis, vegetable peddler, dwl W s White 

Place nr Bryant 
Daley Frank, blacksmith helper, Vulcan Ii-on Works 
Daley James, laborer, dwl 327 Vallejo, rear 
Daley James, laborer, dwl 1107 Pine 
Dalev J. H. nrqprietor West End Hotel, Brenham 

tlace WsPlaza 
Daley J. L. laborer. Pacific Engine Co. No. 8 
Daley John, laborer with Wm. J. Kingsley 
Daley John H. f Stewart Jf- D.J dwl West End 

Hotel 
Daley Julia E. Miss, domestic with Edmund Benja- 
min, W 8 Folsom bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Daley Margaret, dwl 545 Folsom 
Daley Mary, domestic, 421 Harrison 
Daley Mary Miss, domestic, 711 Leavenworth 
Daley Michael, groceries and liquors, SW cor Green- 
wich and Sansom 
Daley Michael, apprentice, dwl 148 Mission 
Daley Michael A. coal passer, dwl 269 Stevenson 
Daley Patrick, drayman, S s Broadway nr Leaven- 
worth 
Daley Patrick, fruit peddler, dwl 133 Stevensou 
Daley Peter, laborer, dwl 15 Ohio 
Daley Thomas, cigars, dwl 321 Pacific 
Daley, see Dailey and Daly 
Dall Christopher C f Hunter, Parker, Crowell S/- 

Co.) dwl 733 Broadway 
Dall Cornelius, carpenter, dwl 140 Clara 
Dall Edward R. sutler's clerk, Presidio 
Dall John H. Capt. superintendent S. F. & Oak- 
land R. R. Co. office 535 Clay, dwl 417 Mont 

Dall , carpenter, dwl 31 Second 

Dallam Richard B. (Armes Sf D.J dwl 616 Green- 
wich 
Dailey W. J. dwl SW cor Kearny and Pacific 
Dalliba Henry S. book keeperDaily Examiner, dwl 

218 Minna 
Dallmaud Albert, salesman with Rosenbanm &. 

Friedmann, 316 Sacramento 
Dalrymple (Geo. L.J «fe Irvin (JamexJ Neptune Ex- 
change, 32 Stewart 
Dalton Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Turk nr Fillmore 
Dalton Eugene, stone cutter. Lone Mountain Ceme- 
tery 
Dalton John, laborer, dwl W s Main bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Dalton John P. gardener, NW corner Folsom and 

Sixteenth 
Dalton Michael, painter, dwl NE cor Fulton and 

PigfC6 
Dalton P. Edward fBovee, Hallett, Bartlett i^ D.J 
Contra Costa Laundry, dwl NE cor Stevenson 
and Third 
Daly Annie Miss, dress maker, 422 Third 
Daly Catharine Miss, domestic with George J. Grif- 

fing 
Daly Catharine (widow) dwl 518 Dupont 
Daly Charles, salesman with Hawley & Co. dwl 

716 Howard 
Daly Daniel J. stoves and tinware, 814 Market 
Daly Dennis, laborer, dwl 4 O'Farrell Alley 
Daly Dennis, laborer, dwl XU Fourth, rear 
Daly Edward, Ned's Market, N s Sixteenth bet Va- 
lencia and Guerrero 
Daly Felix, stoves and tinware, 36 Sutter, dwl 30 
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Daly Frank, blackBmith, bde St. Lonin Hotel 

Daly George, compositor, 417 Clay, bds KuMlIbuBe 

DALY (James) &, HAWKINS (Michael) real 
estate agetita, office 2;iO Montgomery, dwl 30 
Montgomery 

Daly James, with Edward Dakin, 33 Clay, dwl 
Pine nr Jones 

Daly James, laborer, dwl Higgins Place 

Daly James, laborer, dwl S s Serpeutiue Avenue nr 
Folsom 

Daly James, teamster witb James McDevitt, dwl 
Ohio nr Pac-ilic 

Daly Jeremiah, laborer. Central R. R. Stables, dwl 
E B Garden bet Harrison and Bryant 

Daly John (Richardson 4* 1>J dwl SW cor Oak 
and Franklin 

Daly John, cartman, dwl E s St. Ann nr Ellis 

Daly John, cartman, cor Bdwy and Leavenworth 

Daly John, hostler, 16 Sutter, dwl Bootz's Hotel 

Daly John, plasterer, dwl 13 Ellis 

Daly John, teamster, dwl NE cor Franklin and Oak 

Daly Mary Miss, domestic, 407 Taylor 

Daly Mary A. Miss, domestic, 24 Koiisch 

Daly Michael, blacksmith with Patrick McGivem, 
148 Minna 

Daly Michael, laborer, dwl 178 Stevenson 

Daly P. H. dwl 209 Clay 

Daly Rosa (widow) dwf 10 Harlan Place 

Daly Sarah Mrs. dwl 148 Fourth 

Daly Simon, laborer, dwl 178 Stevenson 

Daly Thomas, laborer, dwl 321 Stockton 

Daly Thomas, laborer, dwl NE cor Harrison and 
Main 

Daly William, laborer, dwl 19 St. Mark Place 

Daly William, laborer, dwl 840 Market 

Daly William D. dwl 148 Fourth 

Dalv, see Dailev, Daley, and Dayley 

DA^l GEORGi: W. real estate agent, 422 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 1419 Taylor 

Dame Milton S. clerk Western Pacific Railroad Co. 
office 409 California, dwl 47 South Park 

DAME TIMOTHY, Western Pacific Railroad Co. 
office 409 California, dwl 47 South Park 

Dameron James P. attorney at law, office 35 Ex- 
change Building, dwl 11 Minna 

Dames (iVm.) &. Lohse (Theodore F.) importers 
and jobbers wines and liquors, 609 Sansom, dwl 
419 Bryant bet Second and Third 

Damkroeger Gottlieb, carpenter, dwl 1111 Pacific 

Damkelly Joseph, spinner, S. F. P. Woolen Mills, 
dwl Bay bet Larkin and Polk 

Damm Kosnios, upholsterer, dwl 401 Bush 

Dammann Andrew, seaman, dwl 620 Lombard, rear 

Damon Dexter, with James E. Damon, dwl 928 
Folsom 

Damon Fannie Miss, music teacher, 928 Folsom 

Damon James E. &. Co. wholesale stationers, 421 
and 423 Sansom, dwl 928 Folsom 

Damon Newton Mrs. operator with Samuel Hill, 
dwl W 8 Downey nr Bryant 

Damon Newton F. (Perry Sf D.) dwl W e Dow- 
ney nr Brvant 

Damon Seth 1\ workman with Samuel Hill, dwl 
W s Downey nr Bryant 

Damonte Lorenzo, salesman, 531 Washington, dwl 
534 Filbert 

Damour Ferdinand, physician, office and dwl 402 
Kearny cor Pine 

Damrell Daniel, assistant foreman Alta California, 
dwl 419 Tehama 

DANA BROTHERS (William A. and Henry 
F Dana) & CO. real estate, office 326 Clay cor 
Battery, dwl 33 South Paik 

Dana (George) & Dick ( Stephen, W.J proprietors 
Central Warehouse, 210 Sacramento, dwl NE 
cor Clav and Battery 

DANA GE'ORGE S. proprietor Pacific Glue Manu- 
factory, E 8 Lagoon, dwl cor Gongh and Lom- 
bard 



Dana Henr^ F. (Dana Brat. Sf Co.) res Boston 
Dana Martin V. B. with George S. Dana, dwl SE 

cor Union and Van Ness Avenue 
Danaher P. H. salesman, 300 Montgomery, dwl 507 

Bryant 
Danahey Timothy, laborer, dwl 264i Stevenson 
Danarv John, vegetable wagon, dwl 1506 Stockton 
Daneal Francis, mason, dwl NW cor Guerrero and 

Sixteenth 
Daneri Bartolomeo, Garibaldi House, NE cor Broad- 

wav and Ssmsom 
DANEUI F. &, CO. (Henry Casanova) \m\iOTien 

and jobbers wines and liquors, 419 and 421 

Jackson, dwl 7.32 Union 
Daneri Lorenzo, with D. R. Provost & Co. dwl cor 

Sansom and Pacific 
Daney G. & S. M. Co. office 607 Washington 
Daney Michael, liquor saloon, 616 Broadway 
Daney Richard, gilder, dwl 13 Second 
Danforth George S. carpenter, dwl 68 Tehama 
Danforth Solomon, dwl 7.W Howard 
Danforth William, carpenter, Chelsea Lanndrv 
Danforth William, with Goodwin &. Co. dwl 432 

Bush 
Danglada Antoine, hatter, 641 Commercial, dwl N a 

Fifteenth bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Danglada Domingo, dwl N s Fifteenth bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores 
Danglada Eugenio, dwl N a Fifteenth bet Guerrei'o 

and Dolores 
Danglada Ignacio, clerk, 324 Washington, dwl N s 

Fifteenth bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Danglada Manuel, dwl N s Fifteenth bet Guerrero 

and Dolores 
Danglada Manuela Miss, dwl N s Fifteenth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
Dangler Jeunetta (widow) furnished rooms, 413 

Kearny 
Danhauzer M. tailor, dwl W s Bower Place 
Daniel John, marble works, 421 Pine, dwl SW cor 

Pine and Stockton 
Daniel Joseph, dwl 632 Market 
Daniel R. P. carpenter, dwl 64 Tehama 
Daniell Thomas, ship and house joiner, dwl 826 

Filbert 
Daniell William H. book keeper, dwl 610 Mason 
Daniels Benjamin, gardener, dwl S side Hayes bet 

Gough and Octavia 
Daniels Charles, engineer, dwl King bet Third and 

Fourth 
Daniels Charles D. butcher, SW comer Bi-yant and 

Rincon Place 
Daniels J. M. superintendent Ocean Race Course 
Daniels John H. M. picture frame maker with D. 

Hausroann & Co. dwl 1222 Kearny 
Daniels Laura Miss, teacher, dwl St. Lawrence H 
Daniels Patrick, expressman, W s Thirteenth near 

Harrison 
Danielson Daniel, machinist with Palmer, Knox & 

Co. dwl 22 Dupont 
Danielwitz Isidor, student with Yale & McConnell, 

dwl 732 Vallejo 
Dankemeier Henry, with Thumauer & Zinn, dwl 

W 8 Harriet nr Folsom 
Dann (Frederick P.) & Landesman (John) attor- 
neys at law, office 604 Merchant, residence San 

Leandro 
Dannenbaum Moses (Dannenba-um, Katzenstein 4* 

Co.) res New York 
DANNENBAUM (Salomon) KATZENSTEIN 

(Isaac) & CO. (Moses Dannenbaum) fancy 

goods, 20 Montgomery, dwl 22 Montgomery 
Dannenberg Amelia Mrs. infants' clothing, embrod- 

eries, etc. 618 Sacramento 
Dannenberg Joseph, merchant, dwl 618 Sacramento 
Danner Frederick A. carpenter, 757 Mission, dwl S s 

Brannan bet Fifth and Sixth 
Dannheimer Louis, merchant tailor, 310 Mont 
Danos J. B. butcher, NE cor Laguna and Waller 



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Danove Dominco, drayman, 430 Jackson, dwl N b 

Green bet Dupont and Stockton 
Danzel Gustavus, clerk with R. Feuerstein & Co. 

212 Front 
Danziger Henry fS. Jaffe Sf Co.) dwl 640 Mission 
Danzin Charles, carrier, Le National, dwl 1 Adona 

Place 
Daoty Kate Miss, domestic, 35 Essex 
Darby Thomas, clerk with C. J. Brenham, 205 Bat- 
tery, dwl 224 Second 
Darcey Cornelius, laborer with Hey &, Meyn 
Darcy James, plasterer, dwl 250 Teiiaina, rear 
Darcy Patrick, tanner, dwl 132 Townsend 
Dardanne Charles, butcher, dwl 942 Pacific 
Dargan William, laborer, Custom House, dwl 50 

Natoma 
Dargie John, porter, 205 Front, dwl W s Scotland 

nr Greenwich 
Darien Catherine Miss, domestic, 514 Sutter 
Darile Edouard, dwl 625 Clay 
Dark Albert T. pork packer, dwl 54 Beale 
Darling Abram F. muiing, dwl 720 Market 
Dailing George, workman with G. Treat, S 8 Twen- 

ty-ITourth bet Folsom and Howard 
Darling John, carpenter, dwl 59 Minna 
Darling Richard, painter, dwl 308 Minna 
Darling W. H. bond clerk. Custom House, dwl 2 

Vernon Place 
Darnanvilly Joseph, waiter. St. Francis Restaurant 
Darnell Henry Y. stock broker, dwl N a Nineteenth 

bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Darrell E. F. carpenter, dwl 315 Montgomery 
Darriinon Leone, laundry, N s Fern Avenue bet 

Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
DaiTow William, janitor Denman Grammar School, 

dwl cor Jones and Geary 
Darry Frank, laborer, dwl S s Hayes bet FrauUlin 

and Gough 
Dart J. laborer, dwl Original House 
DART PUTNAM C. merchant, office 419 Front, 

dwl 570 Harrison 
Dartois W. G. porter, dwl 616 Post 
DARYES RICHARD, saloon, 21 First, dwl 518 

Stockton 
Dase John, porter, London & S. F. Bank, dwl 

Union Alley nr Powell 
DASHAWAY HALL, S e Post bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Dashea Louis, vaquero with David Mahoney, dwl 

SE cor Pacific and Polk 
Dastugue Gabriel, butcher, 4 New Market, dwl cor 

Polk and Bush 
Daufield Abraham, porter, dwl 323 Pine 
Daum George, supt Nevai Shalome (Jewish! Ceme- 
tery, dwl S 8 Day bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Dauphm Joseph, dwl 613 Mission 
Davega (Beuj. F.J, Joseph (Jacob J.J Si. Labatt 

(J. J.J auctioneers and commission merchants, 

318 Pine, dwl 1521 Stockton 
Davenport Andrew J. painter, dwl 402 Geary 
Davenport Joinj, laborer, dwl 150 Natoma 
Davenport Thomas, book keeper, Bank California, 

res Eucinal, Alameda Co 
Davenport Thomas, laborer, dwl E s Lagoon 
Davenport William, dwl 629 Clay 
Davenport Wm. H. merchant, dwl 719 California 
Daver Alexander, harness maker with Main &. 

Winchester, dwl 417 Stockton 
Davey John, laborer, dwl N s Market nr Third 
David August, stoves and tinware, 1204 Stockton 
DAVIDSON & CO. commission merchants, 338 

Montgomery, room 5 
Davidson Alexander, cooper, dwl 305 First 
Davidson Alonzo, milkman, dwl 419 Natoma 
DAVIDSON B. & BERRI (EvianudJ bankers, 

NW cor Montgomery and Commercial, resides 

London 
Davidson David, carpenter, dwl N s Twentieth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 



DAVIDSON DONALD & CO. mining stocks and 

shippers ores, 338 Montgomery room 5, dwi 

Union Club Rooms 
Davidson Douglas N. (col'd) barber, 640 Clay, dwl 

612 Powell 
Davidson Esther (widow) dwl 264 Jessie 
Davidson George, book keeper with James Patrick 

& Co. dwl SW cor Broadway and Montgomery 
Davidson Hugh, salesman, 609 Sacramento 
Davidson (Jacob J & Poppe (Charles J cigars and 

tobacco, NE cor Com and Bat, dwl 37Minna 
Davidson John, gardener, SW cor Sixteenth and 

Howard 
DAVIDSON J. W. & CO. (Raphael Weill and 

George H. HuntsmanJ importers and retail 

dry goods, 609 Sacramento, res Paris 
Davidson Lewis, dwl 407 Third 
Davidson M. merchant (Mokelumne Hill) office 314 

California 
Davidson Nathan, milkman, Glen Ranch, nr S. F. 

Cordage Factory 
Davidson §. N. jeweler with Lemme Bros, dwl 134 

Sutter 
Davidson Thomas, porter. Express Bdg, dwl E b 

Fifteenth bet Howard and Mission 
Davidson Walter P. porter, Bank California, dwl N 

s Jessie bet Fifth and Sixth 
Davidson William, book keeper, 609 Sacramento 
Davidson William, broker, dwl 627 Commercial 
Davidson W. P. clerk, dwl 450 Jessie 
Davies John R. job wagon, cor Pine and Montgom- 
ery, dwl N 8 Cal bet Hyde and Leavenworth 
Davies John S. broker, office 723 Montgomery, dwl 

NW cor Stockton and Pacific 
Davies Shadrach, cabinet maker, 904 Clay, dwl N s 

Washington nr Leavenworth 
Davis Abraham, glazier, dwl W s First nr Natoma 
Davis Alex, musician, dwl 215 Stevenson 
Davis Alfred, tanner and currier with Jones & Co. 

dwl What Cheer House 
Davis Alfred E. mining, dwl 331 Minna 
Davis Alvin H. dwl 711 California 
Davis Andrew (Allion, Francis 4- Co.) dwl NE 

cor Second and Folsom 
Davis Andrew, laborer. Golden Age Flour Mills, 

717 Battery, dwl 7 Clay 
Davis Anna P. boarding, 746 Howard 
Davis Benjamin, paper carrier, dwl 111 Ellis 
Davis Bernard, glazier with James Brokaw, dwl 59 

Stevenson 
Davis Calvin W. millwright with James Brokaw, 

dwl E 8 Capp bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
Davis Catharine A. Davis Laundry, W s Harriet bet 

Howard and Folsom 
Davis C. E. dentist, Dolan's Building, NE cor Hunt 

and Third 
Davis Charles (col'd) boot black, dwl SW cor Green 

and Dupont 
Davis Charles F. tinner, dwl 319 Bush 
Davis Charles W. contractor and builder, dwl SW 

cor Howard and Eigiiteenth 
Davis Daniel, cigars, 612 Wash, dwl 1022 Stockton 
Davis Daniel L. (col'd) drayman, 400 Battery, dwl 

cor Clay and Hyde 
Davis David, second officer stmr America 
Davis David H. molder, Fulton Foundry, dwl 431 

Tehama 
Davis Dominick, coffee stand, dwl 107 Pacific 
Davis D. S. brick molder, dwl St. Lawrence House 
Davis D. W. coiner's dep't U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

1211 Pacific 
Davis Edward, seaman, dwl NW cor Green and Bat 
Davis Edward, workman, S. F. Cordage Factory, 

dwl nr S. F. Cordage Factory 
Davis Emma M. (widow) dwl SW cor Folsom and 

Twentieth 
Davis E. N. dwl What Cheer House 
DAVIS ERWIN, capitalist, office 44 Montgomery 

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Davi8 (E. IV. J &. CliHord (Thomnit C.) teamaters, 

Golden (Jute Mills, dwl 712 U Farrell 
Davis Franklin A. fScdgley 4- V.J dwl Mission 

Creek nr Marinosa 
OaviB Oubriel, dwl ()-J.T Post 
Davis G. C. dyer, S. F. P. Woolen Mills 
Davis George, carpenter, dwl ti'JH Third 
Davis George, laborer with David B. Hughes, dwl 

S 8 Lombard bet Taylor and Jones 
Davis fGco. B.J <fc Schafer (H. H.J Qnincy Hall 

Clothing, 545-549 Washington, dwl 1118 Sac 
Davis George E. Rev. dwl S s Geary nr Octavia 
Davis George H. (Horace Davis '^ Co. J dwl 27 

South Park 
Davis 6. F. clerk with C. J. Hawley & Co. dwl 

906i Howard 
Davis Griffith, bricklayer, dwl E a First Avenue 

nr Fifteenth 
Davis H. clerk with S. Froomberg, dwl 214 Clara 
Da\'i8 Henry, dwl 3 Garden 
Davis Henry F. Miners' Foundry 
DAVIS HfiNRY h. sheriff City and County San 

Francisco, office 8 City Half second Hoor, dwl 

1028 Clay 
Davis Henry P. job wagon, NE cor Bush and San- 

som, dwl Nb cor William and Geary 
Davis Herbert J. salesman with Wightman & Har- 

die, dwl Lick House 
DAVIS HORACE & CO. {George H. Davis) 

proprietors Golden Gate Flour Mills, 430 Pine, 

dwl 27 South Park 
Davis Isaac with Theodore Van Tassell, dwl 3 

Garden 
Davis Isaac, tailor, 722 Dupont 
DAVIS (Isaac K.J & COWELL (Henry J lime, 

cement, and plaster, NE cor Front and Washing- 
ton, dwl 28 South Park 
Davis Isidore, merchant tailor, 635 Market 
Davis J. A. dwl 151 Tehama 
Davis (Jacob J & KofTel ( Solomon J hair dressing 

saloon, 44 Sutter, dwl 6 Hardie Place 
Davis Jacob Z. (Boyd Sf D.J res Sacramento City 
Davis James, machinist, San Francisco Iron Works, 

dwl 16 Ecker 
Davis James, plasterer, office 338 Montgomery 
Davis Jefferson (col'd) plasterer, dwl 1337 Dupont, 

rear 
Davis Job C. dwl Ws Harriet bet Folsom and 

Howard 
Davis John, broker, dwl NW cor Stockton and Pac 
Davis John, carpenter, dwl Ws Mariposa nr Carolina 
Da^ns John, hackman. Plaza 
Davis John, merchant, dwl 632 Market 
Davis John, paper hanger, dwl 318 Davis 
Davis John, ship carpenter, dwl N s Broadway bet 

Van Ness Avenue and Franklin 
Davis John B. F. assistant assessor, U. S. Internal 

Rev. NW cor Bat and Com, dwl 282 Stevenson 
Davis John H. butcher with William J. Tighe, NW 

cor O'lTarrell and Mason 
Davis John S. fruits, E s Sixth nr Tehama 
Davis Joseph, salesman, 431 Mont, dvpl 14 Freelon 
DAVIS JOSHUA P. mining secretary, office 103 

California, dwl 331 Fremont 
Davis Lazarus, peddler, dwl 7 Hinckley 
Davis Lemuel B. with Clark &, Perkins, 402 Front, 

dwl 6091 Howard 
David Louis, dwl 14 Freelon 
Davis Louis, merchant, dwl 227 Post 
Davis M. (widow) dwl 315 Taylor 
Davis Marks, furniture, 1316 Dupont 
Davis Marks, seaman, steamer Orizaba 
Davis Mary (widow; dwl E s Seventh bet Brannan 

and Townsend 
Davis Max. with Manheim, Schonwaseer & Co. dwl 

411 O'Farrell 
Davis Max, clothing, 607 Pacific, dwl 1023 Kearny 
Davis Max, waiter, dwl Irving House 
Davis Morris, job wagon, dwl 506 Post 



Davis Moses, butcher, dwl W s Carlos Place 
Davis Moses C. engineer, San Francisco Gas Co. 

dwl SE cor First and Natoma 
Davis Mrs. (widow) dwl 746 Howard 
Davis N. P. Mrs. lodgings, proptr St. John's House, 

629 Clay 
Davis N. R. physician, office 131 Montgomery, dwl 

933 Sacramento 
Davis Patrick, fruit peddler, dwl cor Mission and 

Beale 
Davis Peter P. milkman. Battery near Broadway 
Davis Rebecca Mrs. (widow) dwl 222 Ritch 
Davis Richard, butcher, NW cor Ellis and Scott, 

dwl N s Eddy bet Sicott and Devisidero 
Davis Richard, carpenter, dwl 728 Market 
Davis Richard £. painter and paper hanger, 731 

Mission 
Davis Robert, laborer, bds 412 Valleio, rear 
Davis Robert, lumber stevedore, dwl 642 Howard 
Davis Rosalia Miss, dwl 811 Harrison 
Davis R. P. rigger, dwl 343 Harrison 
Davis Russell (col'd) drayman, 400 Battery, dwl N 

W cor Clay and Hyde 
Davis S. Miss, assistant Fourth Street School, dwl 

166 Tehama 
Davis S. A. book keeper, dwl Oriental Hotel 
Davis Samuel, dwl 1016 Washington 
Davis Samuel, deck hand, steamer Oakland, res 

Brooklyn, Alameda Co 
Davis Samuel, ship carpenter, dwl 308 Beale 
Davis Samuel S. (col'd) porter, dwl 1804 Mason 
Davis Samuel T. compositor, Golden Era, dwl 327 

Broadway 
Davis Sarah A. (widow) dwl 9 Belden 
Davis S. D. carpenter, dwl 414 Market 
Davis S. G. box maker with Hobbs, Gilmore & Co. 

dwl National House 
Davis Shubael, cooper, dwl 218 Mission 
Davis (Solon H.J &, Witham ( William Z.^ produce 

and flour, SVV cor Clay and Davis, awl E s 

Leavenworth nr Green 
Davis Sturges, foreman with R. B. Gray &, Co. dwl 

813 Stockton 
Davis Thomas, butcher with O. H. Willoughby, dwl 

N 8 Sixteenth nr Nebraska 
Davis Vernon, machinist, Union Foundry, dwl 63 

Natoma 
Davis Virgil, machinist. Pacific Foundry 
Davis W. E. boatman, dwl Jackson bet Davis and 

Drumm 
Davis W. H. (Armstrong, Sheldon Sf D.J dwl 8 

Hubbard 
Davis William, calker, dwl 217 Beale 
Davis William, carpenter, dwl 545 Mission 
Davis William, gas fitter with Thomas Day, 732 

Montgomery, dwl 1024 Montgomery 
Davis William, nurse, U. S. Marine Hospital 
Davis William, turner, dwl S s Oak bet Franklin 

and Gough 
Davis WiUiam, wines and liquors, 717 Davis 
Davis William P. book keeper with Stevens, Baker 

& Co. dwl 1410 Leavenworth 
Davia William W. stone cutter with Phil. Caduc, 

bds Franklin Hotel cor Pacific and Sansom 
Davis W. R. clerk, International Hotel 
Davis W. W. wool sorter, S. F. P. Woolen Mills, 

dwl North Point between Polk and Van Ness 

Avenue 
Davison Elizabeth (widow) dress maker, dwl 751 

Mission 
Davison Margaret Miss, dwl NE cor Folsom and 

Tenth 
Davisson M. P. cook, Sailor's Home, SW cor Battery 

and Vallejo 
Davisson Robert G. (Tobin Bros. Sr D.) dwl E s 

Dupont, bet Chestnut and Lombard 
Davock Michael E. salesman with Simon, Dinkel- 

spiel dt Co. dwl 921 Pacific 
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Davoii Henry F. biirgeinan,CnBtom Honee, dwl 216 
Prospect Place 

Davoue William O. Letter Department WelU, 
Farjfo &. Co. dwl 522 California 

Dawes Elizabeth Miss, dwl 316 Fourth 

Dawes James, butcher, dwl SE cor Pac and Larkin 

Dawes John G. book keeper with Roberts, Morri- 
son &■ Co. dwl NE cor Second and Minna 

Daweey John, dwl 57 Minna 

Dawson Charles S. clerk with H. P. Wakelee 

Dawson Charlotte (widow) dwl 636 Howard 

Dawson George W. cattle dealer, dwl 542 Mission 

Dawson Henry, dwl 22 Kearny 

Dawson James, carpenter, dwl 504 Howard 

Dawson Thomas, blacksmith, bds 127 Pacific 

Dawson William, miner, dwl SW cor Union and 
Sansom 

Day Daniel, stone cutter, dwl 323 Dnpont 

Day D. W. dwl What Cheer House 

Day Franklin H. with Kellogfr, Hewston &. Co. dwl 
NE cor Washington and Dupont 

Day George A. pattern maker, Fulton Foundry, dwl 
Noble Place nr Third 

Day James (cord) steward, dwl 1606 Powell 

Day John, with Owen Keating 

Day John, confectioner with Salomon Sc Co. 211 
Sutter 

Day John, deck band, steamer Oakland, res Brook- 
lyn, Alameda Co 

Day John, superintendent Masonic Cemetery 

DAY JOHN S. <k CO. fLovell WkiteJ wholesale 
groceries, provisions, etc. 306 and 308 Clay, dwl 
§ s Sixteenth bet Howard and Folsom 

Day Kate Miss, actress, Bella Union 

Day Margaret Miss, domestic, 509 Bush 

Day Jlaria L. Miss, domestic, 609 Bush 

Day Michael, dravman, dwl 228 Clay 

Day Patrick, wasting, N s Lombard bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny 

Day Robert & Co. paper hangings, 823 Montgomery, 
dwl 18 Ecker 

Day Sarah M. (widow) dwl with J. S. Day, S s 
Sixteenth bet Folsom and Howard 

Day Sherman, mining engineer, office 57 Montgom- 
ery Block, res Oakland 

DAY THOMAS, importer and jobber gas fixtures, 
gas pipes, etc., 7.32 Mont, dwl 630 Harrison 

DayThomat) O. drayman, 616 Front, dwl W 8 Fol- 
som Avenue bet Folsom and Harrison 

Day Thomas S. with Thomas Day, 732 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 630 Han-ison 

Day Wellington F. calker, dwl 44 Stewart 

Dayball Martin, laborer, dwl 16 Rousch 

Davlev James, laborer, dwl 44 Stevenson 

DAYtEY JAMES C. mining secretary, office 338 
Montgomery, res Oakland 

Daysman Dennis, teamster, dwl N s Market bet Oak 
and Page 

Dayton Edward, dwl 129 Third 

Dayton John B. bookbinder with Edward Bosqui &■ 
Co. dwl International Hotel 

Dazet John, butcher, with John Bazille, dwl N 8 
Sixteenth nr Nebraska 

Dazet Joseph, butcher, dwl N a Chestnut bet Dupont 
and Stockton 

DeAguylar Francisco T. handcartman, NW comer 
Front and Sacramento, dwl 21 Ohio 

DeAngelis John, comedian, dwl 527 Green 

D6Arce L. Pontin, book keeper with M. Lanzenberg 
& Co. dwl 323 Geary 

D^Arcy William F. ship carpenter, dwl 351 First 

DeBacK Josias, teamster, 402 Sansom, dwl 830 Har- 
rison 

DeBerrio William, astrologer, 816 Stockton 

DeBlois (George L.J Si, Co. (Thomas VVhaleyJ'pTO- 
duceand commission merchants, 421 Davis, dwl 
W 8 Stockton bet Washington and Clay 

DeBray William, Oiolder, dwl 3.'J5 Second 

DeBuck Louis, express wagon, cor Wash and Kearny 



DeCamp J. K. dravmnn, cor Market and Sac 
DeCASTRO FERDINANDOS, oculist and aurist, 

office 620 Market 
DeCAZOTTE CHARLES F. consul of France, 

office 434 Jackson, dwl 19 South Park 
DeClairmont R. teacher languages, dwl 1518 Stock 
DeCosta Jacob N. groceries, dwT S 8 Green bet Lar- 
kin and Polk 
D6Fiennes Henry A. pressman, Alta California, 

dwl 1528 Stockton 
Deforest J. commission merchant and produce 
dealer, 221 Clay, dwl SW cor Jackson and 
Powell 
DeFREMERY H. S. ship and Custom House bro- 
ker, 413 Washington, dwl 1007 Washington 
DeFREMERY JAMES, commission merchant and 
consul for Mecklenburg-Schwerin, and the Neth- 
erlands, office 407 Merchant, res Oakland 
DeFremery William C. B. with James DeFremery, 

407 Merchant, res Oakland 
DeFrevelle Eugene, fish dealer, dwl 18 Rousch 
DeGarcelon Joseph, clerk, dwl 16 Drnmm 
DeGiougeou Louise Mme, dwl 907 Clay 
DeGroote D. A. watchman, dwl St. Fi-ancis Engine 

House 
DeGroote Leon, dwl N b Merchant nr Kearny 
DeHaga John, professor music, dwl 224 Sansom 
DeHann William M. dwl S s Clementina nr Eighth 
DeKirwary William, mining stocks, dwl 1024 Stock 
DeLafontaine Joseph, coonerwith Handy & Neu- 

man, dwl 19 Harlan Place 
DeLaguna A. DeLeo, professor modem languages 

City College, dwl 633 OFarrell 
DeLaMONTAGNIE J. E. secretary Lumber Deal- 
ers' Association, Pier 3 Stewart, dwl 719 Clay 
DeLaMontanya George, tinsmith, 216 and 218 Jack- 
son, dwl E s Tavlor bet Pacific and Broadway 
DeLaMontanya Hudson, dwl 1107 Keamy 
DeLaMONTANYA JAMES, importer stoves and 
metals, 216 and 218 Jackson, dwl E s Taylor bet 
Pacific and Broadway 
DeLaMontanya Mathew, dwl 1107 Keamy 
DeLand Alfred, merchant, dwl 864 Mission 
DeLange Connides, laborer, dwl W s Shotwell bet 

Twenty-First and Twenty-Second 
De Lanty William, laborer, dwl 21 Minna 
DeLaiTie Manuel S. compositor, Nuevo Mundo, dwl 
Rock Building, NE cor Broadway and Kearaj 
DeLaverre Emanuel T. local policeman, Vallejo 

Wharf, dwl Moulton Place nr Montgomenr 
DeLeon Edward P. student at law with Alfred Rix 

and clerk 226 Montgomery 
DeLong Frank C. salesman with Rockwell, Coye 

& Co. dwl 807 Greenwich 
DeLuce George, musician, Metropolitan Theater, 

dwl 920 Stockton 
DeMontpreville Cyrille, lithographer, Wnght's Bdg, 

room 7, NW cor Jackson and Montgomery 
DePass Charles B. book keeper with John J. 

Marks & Co. dwl 540 Washington 
DePass J. M. real estate and money broker, office 

55 Exchange Building, dwl 203 Dupont 
DePee Thomas (col'd) laborer, dwl 907 Pacific 
DePrefontaiue J. J. R. editorial department Alta 

California, office 423 Wash, dwl 123 Jessie 
DePrefontaine Mary L. (widow) dwl 546 Howard 
DePuche Julia (col'd, widow) dwl 720 Broadway 
DePuis Paul, jewelry box maker, 650 Washington 
DeRamirez Concepcion F. Mrs. dwl 1153 Mission 
DeRo Charles, office 428 Cal, dwl 23 South Park 
DeRoos Fninces Mrs. ladies' nurse, dwl 309 Dupont 
DeRoos Jacob, merchant, dwl 309 Dupont 
DeRussy Ren6 E. col. U. S. Engineers, fortifications 
Fort Point, Angel Island, etc. office 37 Mont- 
gomery Block, dwl 41 South Park 
DeRutte Edward (estate gf) importer wines and 

liquors, 431 Battery 
DeSequeira Anthony, l)ook keeper. Phoenix Insur- 
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DeSeqiieira Antonio Lorenzo, physician, dwl 413 
Tehama 

DeSilva J. H. core maker, San Francisco Iron 
Worlts, dwl Harrison bet Main and Stewart 

DeSoto G. & S. M. Co. office fiOo Montgomery 

DeSt. Dennis M. dwl 626 California' 

DeSTOUTZ ALEXIS, salesman and vice consul 
for Switzerland, office 431 Battery 

DeSncca B. dwl 622 Pacific 

DeSucca James, molder, 541 Mission 

DeTavel A. veterinary surj^eon, office 427 Pine 

DeValk Henry, with "Edward McDevitt, 216 Davis 

DeVauI John," butcher with Mrs. M. O'Brian, dwl 
Govennnent House 

DeVecque Joseph, laborer, dwl 1717 Powell 

DeVries (Thomas J &. Chase (James B.) steve- 
dores and ballasters, office W s Battery bet 
Broadway and Vallejo, dwl 1514 Mason 

DeWard M. (widow) laundress, dwl 118 Minna 

DeWITT (Alfred J KITTLE (Nicltolns G.J &, CO. 
(Jonathan G. Kittle) shipping and commission 
merchants, NW cor California and Front, res 
New York 

DeWitt Andrew, carpenter, dwl N s Welch bet 
Third and Fourth 

DeWitt William, bar keeper, Sanders' Hotel, 44 
Sacramento 

DeWitte John J. interpreter, dwl 625 Merchant 

DeWolf Samuel J. Mrs. dwl 423 Harrison 

DeYoung Amelia (widow) dwl 422 Bush 

De Young Charles (G. Sr C. DeYoung) dwl 422 
Bush 

De YOUNG G. & C. proprietors Daily Dramatic 
Chronicle, office 417 Clay, dwl 422 Bush 

DeYoung John, captain sloop W. E. Allen, dwl 26 
Stewart 

DeYoung Michel, carrier, Daily Dramatic Chron- 
icle, dwl 422 Bush 

DeYoung Morris, broker, dwl 949 Mission 

Deacon James, workman, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl 
lirannan nr Potrero 

Dead Whale Asphaltum Co. office 404 Montgomery 

DEAF, DUMB, AND BLIND ASYLUM, SE cor 
Fifteenth and Mission 

Deagan Patrick, stone cutter, bds 541 Mission 

Deaks John, carpenter, dwl 17 Frederick 

Dean Benjamin (HostetUr, Smith ^ D.) dwl 608 
Suiter 

Dean Benjamin D. physician, office room 10 Belden's 
Block, SW cor Bush and Montgomery, dwl 104 
Stockton 

Dean Eunice (widow) dwl 6 Langton 

Dean F. W. stevedore, dwl NW cor First and Fol- 
som 

Dean George A. straw hat preeser, dwl 538 Mission 

DEAN H. C. butcher, 1 Occidental Market, dwl 
Russ House 

Dean James O. auditor Savings and Loan Society, 
619 Clay, dwl 104 Stockton 

Dean J. B. molder, Pacific Foundry, dwl 538 Mis- 
sion 

Dean John, job wagon, cor Sansom and Clay, dwl 
N s Clay bet Hyde and Larkin 

Dean Joseph (col'd) barber, dwl 923 Broadway 

Dean J. T. merchant, office 314 Washington, dwl 
516Fol8om 

Dean Oliver, clerk with Aaron Claflin & Co. 406 
Front, dwl 1106 Powell 

Dean Preston, miner, dwl 6 Langton 

DEAN W. E. secretary, ChoUar-Potosi M. Co. 706 
Montgomery, dwl 103 Powell 

DEANE CHAfeLES T. physician, office 26 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 724 Bush 

Deane George A. molder, dwl 537 Mission 

DEANE JAMES R. importer and jobber paints, 
oils, window glass,, etc. 318 Clay, dwl Serpen- 
tine Avenue, nr San Bruno Road 

Deane John (Murphy, Grant Sf Co.^ dwl Occiden- 
tal Hotel 



Deane William, carpenter, dwl 219 Kearny 
Deane, see Deen 

Dearborn J. P. (Coley Sf D.) dwl 121 Fourth 
Dearien William H. carpenter, dwl W s Langton nr 

Folsom 
Dearinger Jerry, plasterer, dwl 113 William 
Dearlove George, house agent, dwl 6 Pollard Place 
Deas Zephanian, produce, dwl Verona nr Third 
Deaven Ann (widow) dwl W s Bernal nr Precita 

Avenue 
Deaves Edwin, artist and engraver, 224 Fourth 
Deback Josiah, express wagon, dwl 830 Harrison 
Debernardi Louis, cook, 512 Clay 
Debemardi Natale, cook, 512 Clay 
Debiie John, ranch, W Jewish Cemetery, Mission 

Dolores 
Debney Gerrard, mariner, dwl E s Hyde bet Wash- 
ington and Clay 
Debus Matilda Mrs. dwl SW cor Seventeenth and 

Dolores, rear 
Decalso Luca, drayman, cor Davis and Washington 
Deck Frederick, oysterman, 605 Commercial 
Decker Barbara (widow) dwl 268 Jessie 
Decker Christian, dwl 3 Harrison Avenue 
Decker Christian J. upholsterer, dwl Morse nr Bush 
Decker Frederick A. with Martin Hashagan, dwl 

102 Sacramento 
Decker Henry <fc Co. (J. H. Turn Suden) Cosmo- 
politan Exchange Liquor Saloon, N W cor Bush 

and Sansom, dwl 273 First 
Decker Henry, apprentice with Thomas O'Malley, 

646 Market 
Decker Henry M. clerk, NW cor Folsom and 

Twelfth 
Decker Jacob, liquor saloon, SE cor Bush and Cem- 
etery Avenue 
Decker Martin (Toby 4" D.) dwl SW cor King and 

Third 
Decker Peter Mrs. dwl Brevoort House 
Decker Peter, seaman, dwl 238 Stewart 
Decker Robert, clerk with Allerich Burmeister 
Decker Susan (widow) dwl 531 Union 
Deckert Constance, cook, dwl 716 Pacific 
Deckodan Raymond, fruits, dwl 916 Montgomery 
Dee Hannah Miss, domestic, 911 Jackson 
Dee Mary M. Miss, domestic, 803 Mason 
Deede Alexander, handcartman, cor Stockton and 

Pacific, dwl SE cor Broadway and Powell 
Deeds George, dwl W s Mason bet Valparaiso and 

Greenwich 
Deegan Patrick, stone cutter. Fort Point 
Deely Dennis, warehouseman, U. S. Clothing 

Depot, dwl 331 Fourth nr Folsom 
Deen H. F. dwl St. Francis Engine House 
Deen James E. steward St. Francis H. & L. Co. 

dwl St. Francis Engine House 
Deering Charles J. merchant, office 419 Clay, dwl 

819 California 
Deering James H. (Deering Bros. Tuolumne Co.) 

vcholesale boots and shoes, 419 Clay, dwl 819 

California 
Deering Mathew, milk ranch, dwl junction Old San 

Jos^ Road and San Jos6 Railroad 
Deeth Dexter, book keeper with Russell &. Erwin 

Manufacturing Co. dwl 418 Geary 
Deeth (Jacob) &, Starr (Thomas N.J ship bread 

and cracker bakery, 203 and 205 Sacramento, 

and Stat« Stamp Inspector, office 424 Battery, 

dwl 562 Howard 
Deetkin E. Mrs. assistant, Stevenson St. School, 

dwl 60 Natoma 
DefTebach Thomas B. (Agnew Sf D.) dwl 827 Wash 
Deffeny Mary Miss, domestic, 1022 Jackson 
Defraw Madame, dress maker, dwl 1314 Dupont 
Degear George W. cai-penter, 104 Beale 
DEGEN PHILIP, tanner. Old San Jo86 Road nr 

Industrial School 
Deidricksou Christopher, rigger, hds 606 Third 
Deihl Conrad, beer saloon, dwl 532 Broadway 



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Deininger Christian F. Rev. Merriman'e Hall, 635 

Mission, dwl 251^ Clementina 
Deirs John, laborer, dwl 617 Davis 
Deiterle J. (widow) dwl 215 Kearny, rear 
Deitz Adam, hair dresser, 416 Folsom 
Deitz Andreas, dwl 123 Tehama 
Deitz Charles, bar keeper, W b Main bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Deitz Geofpe, book keeper ■with Wheelan & Co. 

dwl 15 Tehama 
Deitz Henry, cartman, dwl Rousch nr Folsom 
Deitz Jat'ol), barber, dwl SE cor First and Jesaie 
Deitz Louissi (widow) dwl 560 Howard 
Dejean Louis, frnits, 430 Kearny 
Deionghe Peter, tailoring, 104 Sutter 
Dejort Albeit, fruits, 1620 Stockton 
Deiont Marie Miss, domestic, 708 Howard 
Delabigne J. B. produce commission and leather 

and flour depot, 323 Clay, dwl 642 Sacramento 
Delatbnt Leopold, bar and billiard saloon, SW cor 

Pine and Kearny 
Delahanty Bridget Miss, domestic, 214 Ellis 
Delahanty Michael, private boarding, 127 St. Mark 

Place 
Delaney Anne Miss, domestic with Mrs. W. L. Per- 
kins, E 8 Eleventh bet Market and Mission 
Delaney Bridget Miss, dwl W s August Alley near 

Union 
Delaney Daniel, mnsician, Maguire'e Opera House, 

dwl W s Mary Lane nr Sutter 
Delanej' Isabella (widow) dwl 510 Folsom 
Delanej' James, laborer, dwl 817 Vallejo, rear 
Delaney Michael, veterinary surgeon, 733 Market, 

dwl N 8 Washington bet Gough and Octavia 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, dwl 764 Howard 
Delaney Wm. D. ship carpenter, dwl 816 Folsom, 

rear 
Delano Charles M. book keeper with Sullivan &. 

Cashman, dwl SE cor Eddy and Mason 
Delano Robert T. calker, dwl 221 Harrison 
Delano Silas L. wheelwright, 713 Mission, dwl SW 

cor Folsom and Folsom Avenue 
Delano Thomas S. wood and coal, 233 Fourth 
Delano Walter H. wood and coal, 326 Geary, dwl 

783 Market 
Delano Warren, hay merchant, dwl NE cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 
Delanty William, laborer, dwl 511 Mission 
Delanty William, warehouseman. New Orleans 

Warehouse, dwl 21 Minna 
Delany A. L. butcher, W s Sixth bet Harrison and 

Bryant 
Delany Charles, porter with Abel Guy, dwl 411 

W ashington 
DELANY CHARLES McC. attorney at law, office 

519 Montgomery, dwl 324 Sutter 
Delany Edward, cooper, dwl cor Sutter and Mary 

Lane 
Delany Edward, stevedore, dwl 50 Natoma 
Delany Ephraim (col'd) porter, dwl with James 

Sampson 
Delany James, laborer, dwl 214 Commercial 
Delany John, cabinet maker, dwl 15 Geary 
Delany Margaret Miss, cook, Mt. St. Joseph 
Delany Mary Miss, domestic, 748J Market 
Delapierre F. fireman. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Delamevelle Gustave, bar tender, dwl 18 St. Charles 

nr Kearny 
Delatour Alexander, book keeper, dwl E b Jansen 

bet Lombard and Greenwich 
Delaunay H. painter, 632 Pacific, rear 
Delavan John, pilot, 5 Vallejo, dwl 826 Union 
Delay Julia, domestic, 345 Fourth 
Delbanco Fanny Madame, midwife, dwl 232 Kearny 
Delbanco N. clerk with S. Herrmann &. Co. dwl S s 

California bet Dupout and Kearny 
Deletti Vicente, fisherman, 3 Italian Fish Market 
Delex Eleanor, dwl W s Valencia bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth 



Delf Marcus, seaman, dwl 705 Battery 

Delfert Johan, hairdresser, 9 Jackson 

Delic Jnan, vegetable garden, nr Hunter's Point 

Dell John E. carpenter with James Brokaw, dwl 

31 Second 
DELL (L. B.J, CRANNA (William R.) & CO. 
importers lamps, kerosene, alcohols, and oils, 
511J and 513 Front 
DELL LEWIS B. resident agent Phoenix In- 
surance Co. Hartford, ana Traveller's In- 
surance Co. Hartford, oflice 605 Commercial 
cor Montgomery, dwl 358 Brannan 
Dellahan John, soda wagon driver, dwl NE cor 

Harrison and Third 
Dellahan Michael, laborer, 30 Jessie 
Dellahanty Cornelius, with H. Casebolt & Co. dwl 

30 Jessie 
Dellahanty Richard, laborer, dwl Beale Place 
Dellahanty William, laborer, dwl 28 Natoma Place 
Dellapaine (Jos.eph) &, Co. (Pietro AlferitzJ whole- 
sale and retail grocers, 426 Battery cor Wash- 
ington, dwl SE cor Montgomery and Pacific 
Dellwig TIaeodore (Dellwig <5J- Bro.J dwl SW cor 

Mission and Fourth 
Dellwig (Louis A.) & Bro. (Theodore Dellwig) 

fancy bakery, SW cor Mission and Fourth 
Delniaestro Gulielmo, dwl 431 Pine 
Deimore Ann Miss, domestic, dwl 1018 Clay 
Deloche (Jean B.) & Corthav (Louis) poultry, but- 
ter, cheese, and eggs, 9 New Market, dwl 712 
Harrison bet Ritcli and Third 
Delpodiot Jean, tailor, dwl 528 Vallejo 
Delsol August, waterman, 609 Market, dwl N b Val- 
lejo bet Dupont and Stockton 
Delventbal Jos. musician, SW cor Jack and Davis 
Delventhal William, groceries, SW cor Jackson and 

Davis 
Demangeon Auguste, w^ith Cameron, Whittier &. Co. 

dwl 1622 Stockton 
Demarest Jacob D. physician, office NE cor Jackson 
and Kearny, dwl" W s Shotwell bet Twentieth 
and Twenty- First 
Demartinni Joseph, laborer, dwl W s Union Place 
Demas John, dwl 317 Jessie 
Demay Andrew, coal passer, stm Yosemite 
Deme' Augustus, carnage painter with Black & 

Saul, dwl 330 Kearny 
Demerest James H. jail keeper, County Jail, dwl N s 

Broadway nr Jones 
Ddmeritt Eldridge J. teamster with Peter Seeser, 

dwl NW cor Minna and Sixth 
DEMING (H. A.) & CO. (Thomas A. Cutter) 
agents Howe's Sew'g Machines, 3 Montgomery, 
Masonic Temple, dwl 122 Geary 
Deming John T. awl 532 Commercial 
Demraick Henry, foreman molder Union Foundry, 

dwl 66 Natoma 
Demming Charles, conductor, Omnibus R. R. Co 
Demming J. conductor. Omnibus R. R. Co 
Demming John, steward, Pacific Mail S. S. Co 
Demont Lorenzo, clerk, dwl 427 Filbert 
DemouBset M. (Paulin Huant Sf Co.) dwl 735 

Green 
Dempsey Ellen Miss, domestic, 121 Eddy 
Dempsey James, laborer, dwl 119 Commercial 
Dempsey Jeremiah, marble worker, dwl 10 Sutter 
Dempsey John, shoe maker, N s Brannan nr Sixth, 

dwl Sixth nr Brannan 
Dempsey Patrick, bakery, 127 Fourth 
Dempsey Patrick, waiter. What Cheer House Res- 
taurant 
Dempsey Peter, attorney at law, office 604 Merch 
Dempsey William, bar keeper, Willows, SW cor 

Mission and Eighteenth 
Dempster C. J. (Ross, D. Sf Co.) dwl S b Twelfth 

bet Mission and Howard 
Denca Stephen, porter, dwl 1018 Stockton 
Deney A. & Co. importers wines and liquors, 623 
Sansom, dwl NW cor Sansom and Jackson 



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Denoy Ernust M. porter with A. Deney Sc Co. dwl 

ti~'3 Siinsom 
Denegri Andrea, frniU, 329 Kearny 
Denei^ri Joseph, fruits, dwl 1508 Diipont 
Deneliy Patrick, proprietor Winthrop Honse, 524 

Mi'sttion 
Denett Joseph, lather, dwl 23 Natoma 
Denimm William, Mechanics' Saloon, SW comer 

Kearuy and Pacilic, dwl il.31 Kearny 
Denier Jean, houBeemith, dwl S s Pine oet Dnpont 

and Kearny 
Deniffiin Tiioinas C. book keeper with Christy &■ 

Wise, dwl American Exchange 
Denike Wm. J. house painter, 80.') Waabington, dwl 

cor Leavenworth and Valiejo 
Denis Modiste, first cook Miners' Restaurant, dwl 

California Hotel 
Denis Zocchi, frnits, 1307 Dupont 
Denison A. G. f^Blakc 4- DJ (col'd) dwl 615 Merch 
Denmark ('Jacob H.J &, Homing (Diedrick J.J pro- 

ceries and liquors, NW cor Taylor and Pacitic 
Denman James, principal Deuman Grammar School, 

dwl Lick House 
Denn John, dwl 13 Moss 
Denn Thomas, waiter, Russ House 
Dennahay Daniel, laborer, dwl 306 Minna 
Dennan Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Church nr Sev- 
enteenth 
Dennehy D. shoe making, 7 Sansom 
Denner Peter, cook, dwl N s Heron nr Eighth 
Denney Alexander, bar keeper, 616 Montgomery, 

dwl Powell nr Broadway 
Denney Ellen Miss, dwl 26 Louisa 
Denney John, seaman, dwl 26 Louisa 
Denney John, ship carpenter, dwl 116 Sansom 
Denney J. P. calker, dwl 116 Sansom 
Denney Samuel D. ornithologist, dwl N s Union bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Denning Hannah (widow) fancy goods and fruits, 

938 Market 
Dennis George H. property man, Olympic Melodeon, 

dwl SW cor Dupont and Filbert 
Dennis George W. express wagon, Montgomery nr 

Washington, dwl 919 Post 
Dennis Jacob, liquor saloon, 616 Pacific 
Dennis James S. bar keeper, 616 Montgomery, dwl 

21 Ritch 
Dennis Jean B. butcher, dwl 645 Pacific 
Dennis John R. stone cutter with Francis Williams, 

dwl SE cor Pine and Battery 
Dennis Joseph, deck hand, stm Relief 
Dennis Mary Miss, domestic, 1007 Washington 
Dennis Mary A. Miss, domestic, 27 Post 
Dennis Michael, laborer, stm Orizaba 
Dennis Nelson, carpenter, S. P. &. San Jo86 R. R. 

dwl cor Brannan and Ninth 
Dennis Ozies, carpenter, dwl 605 Third 
Dennis Peter, lumber piler with Hobbs, Gilmore & 

Co. dwl 629 Vallejo 
DENNIS S. W. dentist, office 652 Market comer 

Keai-ny, bds Russ House 
Dennis Thomas W. molder, dwl 274 Jessie 
Dennis William E. jr. dwl with M. S. Gill, SE cor 

Hayes and Pierce 
Dennison Benjamin T. bar keeper, dwl 145 Fourth 
Dennison B. Frank, dwl 1409 Kearny 
Dennison Ezra F. ranchero, dwl N s Sixteenth bet 

Valencia and Guerrero 
Dennison James R. clerk with Wm. Lindsey, 536 

Washington, dwl W s Sansom bet Greenwich 

and Filbert 
Dennison James W. dwl W s Main nr Folsom 
Dennison Maria J. (widow) boarding, 704 Howard 
Dennison Richard, tinsmith, dwl E s Kearny bet 

Union and Filbert 
Denniston Isaac V. farmer, dwl N s SeTenteenth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
Denniston James G. dwl W s Dolores bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 



Denniston Iticliard, coppereniith with G. dt W. 

Snook, dwl 1408 Kearny 
Dennoe Alfred, book keeper, dwl 139 Jessie 
Dennoe Elizabeth (widow) dwl 13!) Jensie 
Denny Bridget (widow) dwl S s Piukham Place nr 

Eighth 
Denny Charles W. local policeman, dwl 5 Harrison 

Avenue 
Denny Daniel, laborer, dwl 282 Stevenson 
Denny Edward, clerk, 413 Sansom, dwl S e Sixteenth 

bet Folsom and .Shotwell 
Denny J. Gideon, broker, dwl 423 Harrison 
DENNY G. J. marine and laniliicape painter, stndio 

238 Montgomery, dwl 423 Harii«on 
Denny John W. house and sign painter, 617 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 276 Minna 
Denny Margaret (widow) dwl 7.37 Broadway 
Denny Mary Miss, domestic, 722 Folsom 
Denny Mary A. Miss, domestic with Charles L. 

Bugbee 
Denny Timothy, carpenter, dwl 465 Minna 
Denny W. (widow) Potomac House, S s Folsom bet 

Main and Spear 
Denny W. J. brass molder, dwl 140 Natoma 
Dense Julia A. '(widow) dressmaker, 619 Mission 
Denslow Mellville, printer with Towne & Bacon, 

536 Clay 
Densmore G. B. Golden Era office 543 Clay, dwl 663 

Howard 
Dent George W. dwl E s Howard bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Dent Henry S. dwl E s Howard bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Dent Patrick, cooper, S. F. & P. Sugar Co. dwl S s 

Heron nr Eiguth 
Dentler Alice (widow) nurse, dwl 1308 Kearny 
Deoatht Henry, laborer, dwl cor Douglass and Cor- 

bett 
Depken G. clerk with Charles Baum, dwl 321 Du- 
pont 
Deppermann Gnstave, clerk, 111 Clay, dwl 526 

Post 
Deprette August, workman with C. Deprette, Hnn> 

ter's Point Road nr St. Marys College 
Deprette Charles, vegetable garden. Hunter's Point 

Road nr St. Mary's College 
Dupue P. H. express wagon, dwl 1305 Broadway 
DERBEC ETIENNE, editor Courier de San 

Francisco, office 617 Sansom, dwl 907 Clay 
Derby Charles W. teamster with S. J. Hopkins, dwl 

2^ Stevenson 
Derby E. M. commission merchant, office 402 Front, 

res Brooklyn, Alameda Co 
Derby George B. drayman, 730 Sacramento, dwl 

608 Bush 
Derby John L. school furniture, N b Mission bet 

Second and Third, dwl 247 Second 
Derby L. N. dwl 145 Natoma 
Derby Lydia W. Miss, assistant. Second St. School, 

dwl 145 Natoma 
Derby William, drayman, dwl 608 Bush 
Derefns Hypolite, butcher, 2 Clay St. jNIarket 
Derham Edward, baker with Deeth <fc Starr, dwl 

cor Second and Brannan 
Derham Hyacinthus Rev. O.S.D. assistant pastor 

St. Francis Church, N s Vallejo bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Derham James, porter with D. J. Oliver, dw 417 

Tehama 
Derham William, bl.icksmith, dwl 777 Folsom 
Derham William, porter with D. J. Oliver, dwl 417 

Tehama 
Deri Lorenzo, laborer with Hentsch & Berton 
Dermody James W. sawyer with Hobbs, Gilmore 

& Co. dwl 113 Jones 
Dermody Michael, laborer, dwl NW cor Tyler and 

Franklin 
Dermbt John, carpenter, dwl 765 Howard 
Dera Christina Mrs. dwl 1016 Stockton 



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Derognat Louis, laborer, Lafayette Brewery, La- 
fayette H. & L. Co. No. 2 
Derondel Pieri-e, dwl 721 Pacific 
Deroni Peter, pantryman Clipper Restaurant 
Derrick Micliael L. compositor, Alta California, 

dwl 1215 Pacific 
Derrickson William, dwl 734 Mission 
Derringer Jeremiah, plasterer, dwl 113 William 
Derry August, clerk, dwl 1207 Dupont 
Derry Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Oak nr Taylor 
Derry flV. R.) &. Cooper (Randolph) (colored) 

bootblacking, 225 Kearny 
Derx Jacob, boot titter, 319 Bush 
Descalso Luca, drayman, 324 Davis, dwl NW cor 

Turk aud Polk" 
Descaho Antonio (Pietro, Sinne 4" Co. J dwl 1013 

Dupont 
Desch Charles, physician, office and dwl 814 Wash- 
ington 
Deschaseaux Francis, restaurant, 507 Washington, 

dwl S 8 Washington nr Dupont 
Descv Cornelius, fireman. City Water Works 
Desebrock Frederick fDow 4- Jl^J <iwl SE cor 

Fourth and Brannan 
Desera M. with Francjois Bailly, 516 Clay 
Desert Mining Co. office 529 Clay 
Desman James, porter, dwl 116 (ransom 
Desmeu Heurv with Horace Porter, dwl Hayes' 

Park Pavilion 
Desmond Cornelius, hatter, SW cor Bush and San- 

som 
Desmond Cornelius P. porter, American Exchange 
Desmond Daniel, laborer, San Francisco Gas Co. 

dwl Meek Place 
Desmond Daniel, wheelwright, dwl 212 Ritch 
Desmond Edward, stevedore, dwl W 8 Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Desmond Felix, carpenter, dwl 1521 Mason 
Desmond James, workman with C. V. Stuart, dwl 

N 8 Seventeenth bet Howard aud Capp 
Desmond Joanna Miss, milliner, 157 Third 
Desmond Joseph D. painter, dwl 34 Second 
Desmond Julia Miss, domestic, SW cor Howard and 

Fifteenth 
Desmond Margaret Miss, milliner, 157 Third 
Desmond Patrick, hostler with J. G. Scovern, dwl 

120 William 
Desmond Patrick, porter with Geo. C. Johnson &. 

Co. dwl Bailey House 
Desmond William, cabinetmaker with W. G. Weir, 

dwl Gorden nr Harrison 
Desmu Joseph, Prospect Market, 1202 Dupont, dwl 

1207 Dupont 
Desneuf hour Leopold, dwl 843 Clay 
Desnouf hour Mme, French dress maker, 843 Clay 
Desprez Constant, billiard and liquor saloon, 520 

Clay 
Desprez Philip, workman with A. Brocq, Bay 

View 
Dessaa John, agent and collector, office 617 Clay 
Dessol Augubt, cartman, dwl 1402 Powell 
Dest^go Peter, sailor, dwl 816 Clay 
Desty Robert, dwl 231 First 

Desucca James, molder, Pacific Foundry, dwl Em- 
pire House 
Desurlle Guiseppo, peddler, Bannam Place nr Green 
Detels Henry fHaf(erman/i if D.J dwl 521 Brvant 
DETELS MAllTLN, groceries and liquors, Sli cor 

Harrison and Main 
Defjens Henry, Eagle Saloon, 919 Kearny 
Detjens William, bar keeper, 919 Kearny, dwl 619 

Pacific 
Detrick Henry, express wagon, cor Bush and Kearny 
Detrick Jacob S. foreman niachine shop Union Foun- 
dry, dwl 566 Howard 
Detruit Charles, hair dresser, 509 Kearny 
Detlelbach S. M. with Liuard Freres, dwl SE cor 

Stockton and Jackson 
Dettelbrach Morris, junk dealer, 417 Brannan 



Dettmar Henry, machinist, dwl 227 Kearny 
Dettmer Anna' Miss, domestic, 113 Taylor 
Dettmer Henry, tailoring, 104 Sutter 
Dettmer (John) &. Luhrsen (Frederick) groceries 

and liquors. SE cor Montgomery and Filbert 
Dettner George, cook, 706 Market, dwl 19 St. 

Mark Place 
Deucher August, shoe maker, 704 Pacific 
Deuher Alphouse, liquor saloon, 819 Keaniy 
Deussing Titus, stilesman, 623 Clay, dwl 10 Virginia 
Deutcher Michael, waiter, 614 Clay 
Deutsch Jacob, boots and shoes, 1325 Stockton 
Deuwel (Joseph) & Co. (Peter Baltzj New Or- 
leans Bakery, 627 Broadway, dwl 634 Pacific 
Devaurs Fran9oi8, laborer with B. Bonnet & Co 
Develin Edward, laborer, dwl Battery near Val- 

lejo 
Devey Patrick, fruit dealer, dwl Bertha W s Beale 
Deviercy Eugene (Frontier Sj- D. and Otto VVie- 

dero Sf Co.) dwl 740 Commercial 
Devine Ann (widow) dwl W s Battery bet Vallejo 

and Broadway 
Devine Benj. polisher, Chelsea Laundry 
Devine Henry, job wagon, dwl 275 Minna 
Devine John, box maker, dwl Western Hotel 
Devine John, tailor, cor Spring and Summer 
Devine Kate (widow) private school, 938 Market 
Devine Margaret Miss, domestic, 119 Powell 
Devine Mary Miss, dwl with William McCrossen, 

S 8 Stevenson bet Seventh and Eighth 
Devine Owen, baker, dwl 108 First 
Devine Patrick, blacksmith helper, dwl 1116 How- 
ard 
Devine P. J. marble cutter, dwl 28 Stanford bet 

Towneend and Brannan 
Devine Thomas, janitor Spring Valley School 
Devine Thomas, laborer, dwl 617 Geary 
Devine Thomas, laborer, dwl SE cor Filbert and 

Van Ness Avenue 
Devine Thomas, miner, dwl 533 Post 
Devine William, local policeman, dwl' Jansen nr 

Greenwich 
Devinne Margaret Miss, dwl with Mrs. Nicholas 

Connolly, S s Bryant bet Seventh and Eighth 
Devinney Joseph, stevedore, dwl 1528 Stockton 
Devire Jeremiah, laborer, dwl 129 Pacific 
Devis Ellen Mrs. (widow) dwl NW cor Townsend 

and Third 
Devitt Edward, porter City Hall, dwl 510 Sac 
Devitt Felix, cooper with T. Landy, dwl N s Tyler 

bet Hyde ana Lark in 
Devitt Frank, boatman, dwl N s Union bet Mont- 
gomery and Calhoun 
Devlin Edward, laborer, dwl W s Battery bet Val- 
lejo and Green 
Devlin Mark, gardener, SE cor Union and Franklin 
Devlin Mary Miss, dwl 223 Stevenson 
Devlin Mathew, butcher, dwl SE cor Sixth and 

Clara 
Devlin Sarah (widow) dwl 17 Hunt 
Devlin Thomas, dwl 223 Stevenson 
Devlin Thomas, laborer, dwl 206 Harrison 
Devney Margaret, domestic with Isaac Cook, NW 

cor Fulton and Laguna 
Devoe B. O. real estate, dwl 9)7 Clay 
Devoe (James) Dinsmore (Samuel) & Co. (James 
Devoe jr.) San Francisco Machine and Iron 
Works, NE cor Mission and Fremont, dwl 874 
Mission 
Devoe James jr. (Devoe, Dinsmore 4" Co.) dwl 

652 Market 
Devoe Thomas H. clerk, dwl 627 Commercial 
Devoto Antonio, fruits, 802 Kearny, dwl W s Kear- 
ny bet Washington and Jackeon 
Devries Thomas, stevedore, dwl 1514 Mason 
DEWAR JOHN, commission merchant and a^ent 
Pioneer Line Victoria Packets, office 311 East, 
dwl 112 Natoma 
Deweese William H. dwl 607 Greenwich 



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DEWEY CA. T.J &. CO. ^H-'arre^ B. Ewer and 
C. W. M. timith) proprietors and piililieliera 
Mining and Scientific Press and patent agents, 
SO/i Clay, dwl cor Miiwion and Thirteenth 

Dewey (A. T.J Waters (K. D. jr. J & Co. ( \V. B. 
Ewer and C. W. M. UmithJ book and job 
printing, 505 Clay 

Dewey Eugene E. (S. P. Dewey i^ Son* J dwl Oc- 
cidental Hotel 

Dewey James, boatman, dwl NW cor Clay and 
Davis 

Dewev John H. horse trainer, dwl 97 Stevenson 

DEWtY S. P. & SONS ( William P. and Eugene 
E.J real estate and stocks, office 410 Montgom- 
ery, dwl Occidental Hotel 

Dewey William P. (H. P. Dewey Sf SomJ dwl 522 
California 

Dewing (FranciiJ & Laws fJeremiahJ importers 
subscription books, ofT 511 Sac, dwl 1048 Folsom 

Dexter Albert G. locksmith, 108 Kearny 

Dexter Charles, apprentice, 614 Market 

DEXTER CHARLES H. saloon, 320 Montgomery, 
dwl 22 Montgomery 

Dexter Charles H. jr. with McNally & Hawkins, 
dwl 22 Montgomery 

Dexter Franklin, salesman with Locke &. Montague, 
dwl 904 Jackson 

DEXTER (George R.J LAMBERT (C.J &, CO. 
(Charles Bar ton J manufacturers and dealera 
ribbons and trimmings, 105 Battery, resides 
Boston 

Dexter Granville M. porter with Voizin, Eis & Co. 
dwl N g Riley nr Taylor 

Dexter Henry S. dwl 557 Harrison 

Dexter Peter B. recording secretary and librarian 
Mechanics' Institute, 529 California, dwl Sophie 
Terrace 

Dexter R. masterj J. B. Lawrence, dwl 238 St«w- 
art 

Deyheigen Louis, waiter, dwl 150 Stewart 

Dezou Paul, dwl 626 California 

Dhaoo Mary Miss, domestic, 510 Third 

Dhaw Mary, domestic, dwl NE cor Green and 
Union 

Dhue John, stone cutter, Fort Point, dwl NE corner 
Green and Hyde 

Diamant Bernard (Kalisher Sp D.J dwl 256 Jessie 

Diamant Leopold, book keeper with W. & I. Stein- 
hart, 321 Sacramento, dwl 129 Stevenson 

Diamond Carrie Miss (Mrs. and Miss D.) dwl 404 
Kearny 

Diamond Dominic, plaster, dwl NE cor Third and 
Mission 

Diamond John, drayman, dwl 10 Ritch 

Diamond Joseph P. laborer, Union Foundry, dwl 
10 Ritch 

Diamond Mrs. &. Miss (Martha and Carrie) mil- 
linery, 404 Kearny 

Diana G. & S. M. Co. office 402 Front 

Dias A. H. L. dwl 270 Tehama 

Dias Amelia Miss, dwl NE cor Guerrero and Eight- 
eenth 

Dias Cebera Miss, dwl NE cor Guerrero and Eight- 
eenth 

Dias Florinda Miss, dwl NE cor Guerrero and 
Eighteenth 

Dias Juana (widow) dwl N s Sixteenth bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores 

Dias Thomas, dwl NE cor Guerrero and Eighteenth 

Dias Thomas, laborer, dwl W 8 Sonoma Place nr 
Green 

Diaz Antonio C. clerk La Voz de Mejico, dwl 1821 
Stockton 

Diaz Tiburcia (widow) dwl 1606 Mason 

Dibbern Henry, porter with Thomas Taylor &. Co. 
413 Clay, dwl SW cor Dupont and Greenwich 

Dibbern J. drayman, dwl 1615 Dupont, rear 

Dibble William S. book keeper with J. W. Brittan 
& Co. dwl 126 Perry 



DIBBLEE (Albert J &. HYDE ( IVilliam C.J ship- 
ping and commission merchants, 108 Front, dwl 
LicK House 

DICAUD JOSEPH H. groceries and liquors, SW 
cor l)ujK>nt and Vullejo 

Dick David (J. Vantinr Sf Co.J dwl NE cor Du- 
pont and Washington 

Dick Johnston Petroleum Co. (Humboldt) office 526 
Washington 

Dick Robert D. machinist, Vulcan Foundry, dwl 8 
Brooks 

Dick Stephen W. {Dana ^ D.J dwl SE cor Ellis 
and Franklin 

Dick Theodore, baker, Lick House 

Dick Williiun & Co. (George Campion) t^otV. pack- 
ers, 65 Washington Market, dwl E s Second Av- 
enue bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Dick William, laborer, dwl S s Commercial bet 
Drumm and East 

Dickens Sarah M. Miss, photographic card mounter 
with Jacob Shew, dwl SE cor Second and Na- 
toma 

Dickenson Stanhope, dwl 607 Howard 

Dickenson Fmncis R. (col'd) mariner, dwl 1804 
Mason 

Dickerman Lyman, boots and shoes, dwl 811 Jack- 
son 

Dickerson David E. carpenter, dwl NW cor Hayes 
and Webster 

Dickey Eugene G. bar keeper, Ocean House 

DICKEY GEORGE S. druggist, NW cor Third 
and Folsom, dwl 128 Fifth 

DICKEY JAMES R. proprietor Ocean House, 61 
miles SW City Hall 

Dickius Thomas W. dwl 7 Vassar Place 

Dickinson Charles, with Wilson &. Baker, 550 Clay 

Dickinson Harvey, dwl NW cor Taylor and Green 

Dickinson James G. clerk, 61 Washmgton Market, 
dwl 313 Kearny 

DICKINSON (O. jr. J & GAMMANS (George 
B.J wholesale groceries and provisions, etc. 401 
and 403 Front cor Clay, dwl 1020 Stockton 

Dickinson S. mining secretary, office 423 Wash 

Dickinson Seth J. first lieut. Co. I, C.V. Fort Point 

Dickison C. C. lumberman, bds Franklin Hotel, SE 
cor Sansom and Pacific 

Dickman Peter, laborer, Bay Sugar Refinery, dwl 
S 8 Union bet Battery and Sausom 

Dickman William, photographic gallery, 121 Mont 

DICKSON, DeWOLF & CO. (George Campbell J 
importing, shipping, and commission mercnauts, 
office 410-414 Battery 

Dickson Geoige R. agent William Shiels, dwl 319 
Bush 

Dickson James C. waterman, 609 Market 

Dickson John T. cabinet maker with Crowe & Par- 
rell, dwl 207 Third 

Didas William, barber, dwl 243 Stevenson 

Dieber Alfred V. sail maker, dwl 266 Minna 

Diedech Jean, mixer, Pacific Glass Works, dwl Po- 
trero Nuevo 

Diedrich Conrad, baker, dwl 226 Pacific 

Diederichsen Charles, Coloseum Saloon, 540 Jack- 
son, dwl 826 Broadway 

Diederickson William, tug boat Columbia, dwl 734 
Mission 

Diefenbacher Jacob, wig maker with C. Hubert, 
dwl 603 Montgomeiy 

DIEHL CHRISTOPHER, baths and hair dressing 
saloon, 533 Sacramento, dwl 6 Pratt Court 

Diehl (Conrad J &. Hauser (Bernard J beer saloon, 
1126 Dupont, dwl 532 Broadway 

Diel Valentine, dwl 936 Mission 

Diercks Elizabeth, domestic, 568 Bryant 

Dierking Charles Rev. pastor German Meth. E. 
Church, 858 Folsom 

Dierks John, seaman, bds 7 Washington 

Dietch Leah Mrs. fancy dry ^oods, 312 Third 

Dietch Samuel, tailor, 312 Third 



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Dietrich H. B. physician, oflBce S 8 Bush above 

Kearny, dwi 511 Pine 
Dietrich Henry, job wagon, NE cor Bush and Kear- 
ny, dwl Webb nr Sacramento 
Dietrich Hugo B. hair dresser with Chretien Pfis- 

ter, dwl 511 Pine 
Dietrich John, groceries and liquors, SE cor Vallejo 

and IMason 
Dietrich Richard, dwl N s Sutter bet Polk and Van 

Ness Avenue 
DIETRICH WILLIAM K. curer and packer pro- 
visions, 54 and 55 Washington Maiket, dwl N W 

cor Union and Larkin 
Dietterle Christopher, wagon maker, dwl E s Capp 

bet Twenty-Third and Twenty-Fourth 
Dietterle Helena Mrs. clairvoyant, dwl E s Capp 

bet Twenty -Third and Twenty-Fourth 
Dietz A. C. & Co. oil and campheue, office 519 and 

521 Front, branch SW cor Clay and Kearny, 

resides Oakland 
Diez Cavetano, cigar maker with E. Goslinsky, dwl 

515 Filbert 
Diggins Augustus, dwl N s Sutter bet Devisidero 

and Broderick 
Diggins Byron, dwl N s Sutter bet Devisidero and 

Broderick 
Diggins J. C. sawyer with James Brokaw, dwl 623 

Howard 
Diggins Wesley, mining stocks, dwl N s Sutter bet 

Devisidero and Broderick 
Diggs William H. Capt. mariner, dwl S 8 Seven- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Dikeman Daniel S. deputy superintendent streets, 

City Hall, dwl 2 Clarence Place 
Diller George W. cigars and tobacco, 621 Montgom- 
ery, dwl cor First and Folsora 
Dillmann George F. Monitor Saloon, 825 Kearny, 

dwl 1009 Kearnv 
Dillmann Matbias, bar keeper, 825 Kearny, dwl 

1009 Kearny 
Dillon Ann Miss, dwl 72 Natoma 
Dillon Catharine (widow) dwl 366 Minna 
Dillon James (Ryan Sf D.J dwl 28 Third 
Dillon James, coachman, dwl E s Laguna nr Hayes 
Dillon James H. boot maker, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Montgomery and Sansom, rear 
Dillon John P. salesman, SE cor Post and Kearny 
Dillon Joseph, steward, 331 Bush 
Dillon Luke, job wagon, 315 Battery, dwl 406 Third 
Dillon M. & Co. liquor saloon, 212 Bush 
Dillon Margaret Miss, domestic with J. R. Deane, 

Serpentine Avenue nr San Bruno Road 
Dillon Mary A. Miss, domestic, Deaf, Dumb, and 

Blind Asylum, SE cor Fifteenth and Mission 
Dillon Mary Ann Mre. dress maker, 406 Third 
Dilhm Mary E. Mrs. dress maker, dwl 265J Tehama 
Dillon (MtckaelJ &. Chandler (CharlesJ liquor sa- 
loon, 212 Bush 
Dillon Michael, fruit peddler, NW cor Montgomery 

and Vallejo 
Dillon Michael, laborer, dwl 4 Hunt 
Dillon Michael J. wagon maker with Gallagher & 

Rodecker, dwl 227 Sansom • . 

Dillon Nicholas, dwl 9 Baldwin Court 
Dillon P. (Bacca Sf Co.) dwl Potrero Avenue 
Dillon Patrick, molder, Union Foundry, dwl Fol- 

som nr First 
Dillon Robert, butcher, S 8 Harrison bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Dillon Robert, salesman, SE cor Post and Kearny 
Dillon Sai-ah Miss, domestic with Adolph Pavillier, 

E s First Avenue nr Fifteenth 
Dillon ( Thomaa) &, Hanlon (John) stair builders, 

406 Natoma, dwl 404 Natoma 
Dillon Thomas, hardwaie, SE cor Post and Kearny 
Dillon William, with Dyer, Badger &, Rokohl, 300 

Montgomery ,, 

Diltz Austin M. laborer, Lone Mountain Cemetery 
Dilyes Conrad, waiter, dwl 633 Broadway 



Dimler Charles, sail maker with John Harding, 215 

Front, dwl 266 Minna 
Dimmer Nicholas, groceries and liquors, dwl 815 Pac 
Dimniick Henry, molder, dwl 47 Natoma 
Dimon Jacob S. merchant, dwl 566 Bryant 
Dimon John, workman with Bergerot &. Co. dwl 

NW cor Sixteenth and Rhode Island 
Dimond Hugh (Sullivan Sf CashmanJ dwl 604 

Sutter 
Dimond James, dwl 44 Ritch 
Dimond John, dwl 123 Shipley 
Dimpfel Josephine Miss, music teacher, dwl 1221 

Clay 
Dinan Jeremiah B. with Fred Collier, dwl NW cor 

Pine and Mason 
Dinan Timothy, laborer, dwl 13 St. Mary 
Dineen Jerry, hostler, North Beach «fc M. R.R. Co 
Dinegau Margaret Mrs. dwl Hinckley Alley nr Val- 
lejo 
DINGEON LEON, proprietor Bamum Reetaurant, 

621 and 623 Commercial 
Dinger (Philipj & Berthold (Louis) Fell's Point 

Market, 703 Battery 
Dingle George (col'd) with Lee & Williams, dwl 

Merchant nr Montgomery 
Dingle George R. D. engineer, dwl 227 Green 
Dingle Nelson H. driver. Central R. R. Co. dwl NW 

cor Brannan and Sixth 
Dingley Charles L. captain bark Adelaide Cooper, 

office Pier 9 Stewart, dwl 343 Fremont 
Dingley William H. dwl 466 Jessie 
Dinkelspiel Lazarus (Simon, D. Sf Co.) dwl 730 

Post 
Dinkelspiel Samuel B. importer watches, jewelry, 

etc. 607 Washington, dwl 233 Sixth 
Dinklage Joquina (widow) dwl 1418 Powell 
Dinneen Catherine (widow) dwl E s Dora nr Har- 
rison 
Dinneen Margaret Miss, hairdresser, dwl E a Dora 

nr Harrison 
Dinniene J. H. glass cutter, dwl SW cor Beale and 

Mission 
Dinsmore Samuel (Devoe, D. Sf Co.) dwl 37 Fifth 
Dios Padre G. tfe S. M. Co. (Sonora, Mexico) office 

1 Government House 
DIRECTORY CITY AND COUNTY SAN 

FRANCISCO, office 612 Clay, Henry G. Lang- 
ley proprietor 
DIRECTORY OF THE PACIFIC STATES, 

office 612 Clay, Henry G. Langley proprietor 
Dirking August, importer watches and materials, 

621 Washington 
Disaway Cornelius D. bds with Simeon F. Smith, 

N s Fourteenth nr Guerrero 
Dischenger William, butcher, dwl 617 Jackson 
Discorni Louis, gardener, SE cor Guerrero and Fif- 
teenth 
Disney Mordecai, dwl 204 Stockton 
Diss F. A. J. merchant, dwl 122 Natoma 
Dissat Antoine, hairdresser with C. Hubert 
Dissosway H. P. ( Winant Sf Co.) dwl 35 Clara 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY City and County San 

Francisco, office 20 second floor City Hall 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY U. S. office 3 U. S. Court 

Building, SW cor Montgomery and Jackson 
DISTRICT COURT California, Fourth District, 

room 14 second floor City Hall 
DISTRICT COURT Cahfornia, Twelfth District, 

room 1 second floor City Hall 
DISTRICT COURT California, Fifteenth District, 

room 16 second floor City Hall 
DISTRICT COURT U. S. rooms SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
Disturnell N. F. clerk. Merchants' Mutual Marine 

Insurance Co. dwl 465 Clementina 
Disturnell Richard O. conductor, Central R. R. Co. 

dwl 465 Clementina 
Dithmar Augustus C. machinist, Miners' Foundry, 

dwl 331 Fourth, rear 



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Dithmar H. F. machinist, Miners' Foundry 
Dittcs MicliHel, barber, dwl 243 Stevenson 
Dittmer Chiirles, proprietor Golden Eagle Hotel, 

219 Kearny 
Dittmer, Fretferiok, tailor, dwl N s Vallejo bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Ditty Frances (widow) dwl 1036 Folsom, rear 
Diver John, baker, dwl 108 First 
Diverdy John, cook, American Bakery, dwl 1027 

Du{K)nt 
Dividend G. &. S. M. Co. office 338 Montsromery 
Divine Helle Miss, actress, Metropolitan Theater 
Divine Lawrence, waiter, steamer Yosemite 
Divine William, special policeman, dwl W s Jansen 

bet Greenwicli and Lombard 
Divisich Stephen, steward, dwl 71 1 PaciKc 
Dix Casper, clerk, cor Presidio Road and Fillmore 
Dix George, dwl 10 Scott 

Dixey Francis, merchant tailor, 625 Washington, 
dwl N 8 Sutter bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Dixon Block, SW cor Natoma and Jane 
Dixon Clement, ship carpenter, dwl 313 Fifth 
Dixon (Elizabeth MissJ &, Putnam (Elizabeth 

Airs. J milliners and milinery goods, 615 Clay 
Dixon (James E.J &. Vagts (George) lamps, oils, 
crockery, and glasswai-e, 144 Fourth aud dray- 
man with Stanford Brothers, dwl 616 Lombartl 
Dixon John (Jones, Dixon &■ Co.) res New York 
Dixon John, carpenter, dwl 828 Union 
Dixon John, tinsmith with M. Prag, 125 Clay 
Dixon John G. laundryman, Davis' Laundry, W b 

Harriet bet Howard and Folsom 
Dixon John J. plumber with Thomas Day, 732 

Montgomery, dwl 46 Clarv 
Dixon Kichard, laborer, San t'rancisco Baths, 636 

Washington, dwl 1223 Pacific 
Dixon Robert, salesman, 411 Sacramento, dwl 

American Exchange 
Dixon Samuel (Peter Thomson Sf Co.) dwl 605 Sac 
Dixon Thomas J. clerk with J. H. O'Brien & Co. 

706 Montgomery, dwl 46 Clary 
Doane Jefferson, blacksmith, Fulton Foundry, dwl 

SW cor First and Stevenson 
Doane J. G. teamster, 50 Stewart, dwl Turk nr 

Laguna 
Doane John O. book keeper with Kerby, Byrne & 

Co. dwl N 8 Stevenson bet Sixth and Seventh 
Doane Joshua G. teamster, Pier 4 Stewart, dwl Ss 

Turk bet Laguna and Buchanan 
Doane Lucy J. (widow) dwl 42 Hawthorne 
Doane Marshall, hay press manufacturer, W a 
Shotwell bet Twenty-First aud Twenty-Second 
Doane Micah, dravman with Chas. F. Chadbourne, 

dwl 1420 Dupont 
Doane Soloman, dwl SW cor Gough and Geary 
Doane Wilber G. salesman, 119 Montgomery, dwl 

SW cor Market and Third 
Dobbie James B. tinsmith with D. S. Weaver, dwl 

115 Dupont 
Dobelmana (Philip) & Einsfield (Peter) hair- 
dressers, 9 Second, dwl 26 Jessie 
Dober Joseph W. B. carpenter, dwl 536 Tehama 
Doberer Henry W. photographic printer, dwl 526 

Merchant 
Doble Abner (Nelson Sf D.) dwl cor Pierce and 

Greenwicli 
Doble John, book keeper, 321 Pine 
Dobusbeck Sarah A. (widow) lodgings, 13 Third 
Dobrzensky Julius, gas meter maker, dwl 429 Ste- 
venson 
Dobrzensky Julius, peddler, dwl 162 Minna 
Dobrzenskv Morris, gas meter maker and brass fin- 
isher, 417 Mission, dwl 347 Jessie 
Dobrzensky Phoebe Miss, domestic, 162 Minna 
Dobson George, seaman, dwl 330 East 
Dockendorff Amiel, with Henry Kobn, cor Turk 

and Leavenworth 
Dockendorff George C. employ^, S. F. Chemical 
Works, NW cor Valencia and Fifteenth 



Dockery Jennie L. Miss, domestic, dwl 1415 Powell 
Dockliam Daniel S. hog ranch, dwl 108 I)ora» 
Dodd Benjamin, longshoreman, lids 133 Folsom 
Dodd James 11. driver, Presidio Omnibus, dwl 16 

Turk 
Dodd R. C. Pacific Engine Co. No. 8 
Dodeene James, workman with L. L. Lefebore, 

dwl W s Florida nr Twentieth 
Dodge Ansel H. cjirpenter, dwl Stevenson House 
DODGE BROTHERS (l. V. and H. L.) & CO. 
(John Sroufe) California and Eastern whole- 
sale dealers provisions, 406 Front, dwl 821 Cal- 
ifornia 
Dodge Charles F. office with H. S. Bunker, 24 Bat 
Dodge Rober