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SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY ROOM 



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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 

3 1223 04590 4464 

REFERENCE BOOK 

Not to be taken from the Library 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



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FIRE ^ Miirai IlillEiKCl. 



Insurance Company, 



OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



GOLD coi:^. 

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Olce, S. W. CorneF of Moiilpiiierj aiifl Caliraia Slreets. 

IXSURE against Loss or Damage by FIRE, on Dwellings and all kinds of 
Buildinrrs, Merchandise. Household Furniture, and other Personal Property, on 
the MOST REASONABLE TERMS. 

ISSUE Foreign and Domestic, Open and Special Policies, on Cargoes, 
Freights, Treasure, Commissions and Profits. Also, Time, Voyage and Harbor 
Risks on Hulls. 

LOSSES LIBERALLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID IN U.S. GOLD COIN. 



I>IKECTOrt©. 



J. A. DONOHOE, of Donohoe, Kelly & Co. 

JACOB SCHOLLE, of SchoUe Bros. 

IRA P. RAXKIN, of Goddard & Co. 

JOHN SniE, of John Sime k Co. 

M. B. CARPENTER, Merchant. 

JACOB GREEXEBAUM, Merchant. 

J. Y. IIALLOCK, of J. Y. Hallock & Co. 

JOHN ANDERSON, Real Estate. 

BENJ. BREWSTER, Jennings k Brewster. 

J. BAUM, of J. Baum k Co. 

ISAAC HECHT, of Hecht Bros, k Co. 

JOS. SELLER, of Goldstein & Seller. 

JOHN N. RISDON, of Coffey k Risdon. 

J. H. BAIRD, Merchant. 

MICHAEL REESE, Real Estate. 

HENRY GREENBERG, Real Estate. 

CHR 
B. ROTHSCHILD, Secretary. 



N. TAN BERGEN, of John Tan Bergen & Co. 

J. P. NEWMARK, Merchant. 

J. W. BRITTAN, of J. W. Brittan & Co. 

C. CHRISTIANSEN, Pres. Occidental Ins. Co. 

THOMAS J. HAYNES, Real Estate. 

MARTIN SACHS, of L. k M. Sachs & Co. 

A. KLINE, of Kline & Co. 

A. GOLDSMITH, of Goldsmith Bros. 

JAS. THOMAS BOYD, Attorney-at-Law. 

LEON EHRMAN, Merchant. 

W. W. DODGE, of Dickinson k Dodge. 

A. J. BOWIE, Physician. 

S. SILVERBERG, of E. N. Fish & Co. 

CHAS. KOHLER, of Kohler k Frohling. 

J. J. WILLIAMS, Attomey-at-Law. 

C. H. SHERMAN, Merchant. 

CHRISTIANSEN, President. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



INSURANCE COMPANY 

®1 iAM lEAM®Ii®®e 



ORO-A-ISTIZEID .A.E>E,IL S3, 1863. 



OFFICE, 

No. 406 California Street, 

SAM Wm,AMmS(OQo 



Paid Ip, - $500,000 

LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY IN U. S, GOLD COIN, 



C. L. TAYLOR, JABEZ HOWES, 

F. ROEDING, A. L. TUBES, 

ISAAC E. DAVIS, C. ADOLPHE LOW, 

J. B. SCOTCHLER, W. J. ADAMS, 

A. M. SIMPSON, R. E. RAIMOND, 

^AMES IRVINE, JAMES P. FLINT, 
II. B. WILLIAMS. 

JABEZ HOWES, 

President. I ice President. 

E. W. BOURNE, 

Secretary . 



J. B. SCOTCHLER, 



This Company is engasred exclusively in Marine Insurance, i 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Through Line from New York to Hong Kong, via 
Panama and San Francisco, and vice versa. 




Steamers dispatched from New York 

On the 1st, 11th and 21st of each month, making the trip to San Francisco 

in 22 days. 



Steamers dispatched from San Francisco for Panama 

On the 9th, 18th and 30th of each month, making the trip to New York in 22 days. 



Steamers dispatched from San Francisco for Yokohama 

(Japan) and Hong Kong (China) on the 4th of each month, connecting at Yoko- 
hama with branch Steamers for Shanghae, and in returning leave Hong Kong on 
the 19th and Shanghae on the 20th of each month. 

Time from San Francisco to Yokohama (or vice versa) 22 days. 
" " " to Hong Kong " " 30 days. 

Connect with all the Steamship Lines to and from Europe, Central and South 
America, Oregon, British Columbia, Sandwich Islands and the East Indies. 



Steamers on tlie Atlantic. 



Steamers on tlie Pacific. 



Steamers on tlie CMna Route. 



GOLDEN CITY, GREAT REPUBLIC, 

COKSTITUTION, CHINA, 

COLORADO, JAPAN, 

SACRAMENTO, AMERICA, 

MONTANA, NEW YORK, 

GOLDEN AGE, COSTA RICA. 

OREGONIAN, 

l^= The Company have spare Steamers at every important point, to serve in case 
of accident to the regular Steamers. 



ALASKA, 
RISING STAB, 
HENRY CHAUNCEY 
ARIZONA, 
OCEAN aUEEN, 



Brancli for 
Sliangliae. 



ALLAN McLANE, Pres't, New York. 
F. R. BABY, Ag't, New York. 
WM. RATHBUN, Ag't, Aspinwall. 
D. M. CORWINE, Ag't, Panama. 



OLIVER ELDRIDGE, Ag't, San Francisco. 
H. N. BELLOWS. Ag't, Acapulco. 
GEO. E. LANE, Ag't, Yokohama. 
T. A, HARRIS, Ag't, Hong Kong. 
GEO. F. BOWMAN, Ag't, Shanghae. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DI RECTO II Y 



S T E 1 m"" nay 16 at m N 

Organized March 1st, 1854. - - Capital Stock, $2,500,000 



The following are the Ofacers for the Years 1869-70: 

President, B. M. HARTSHORNE ; Vice President, W. H. TAYLOR ; Secretary, S. 0. PUTNAM ; 
Trustees, B. M. HARTSHORNE, W. H. TAYLOR, A. HAYWARD, W. C. RALSTON, WM. 
ALVORD, C. L. LOW, A. REDINGTON, LLOYD TEVIS and S. F. BUTTERWORTH. Agents- 
Sacramento, ALFRED REDINGTON; Marysville, C. H. KIMBALL; Red Bluff, SAMUEL 
JAMES; Stockton, ARTHUR CORNWALL. 




Departure from Broadway "Wharf^ 

CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS. 

Steamer CAPITAL Capt. E. A. POOLE. 

Steamer YOSEMITE Capt. E. A. POOLE. 

Steamer CHRYSOPOLIS Capt. A. FOSTER. 

Steamer ANTELOPE Capt. 

Steamer CORNELIA Capt. W. BROMLEY. 

Steamer JULIA Capt. JOHN FOURATT. 

ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL 

Leave Every Day, at Four o'clock, P.M. 

(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED) FOR 

SACRAMENTO AJVD STOCKTON, 

Connecting with the Light Draught Steamers for 

MARYSVILLE, COLUSA AND RED BLUFF. 

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For furtlier particulars, apply at the OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, 

N. E. Cor. Jackson and Front Sts., San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



NORTH PACIFIC 
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 




DISPATCH STEAMERS REGULARLY TO THE FOLLOWING PLACES : 

NORTUKMIff ROUTE 

Sitka, Victoria, Portland, Gardner City, MureJza, 
Trinidad and Crescent City. 



SOUTHERN ROUTE, 

Santa Cruz, 3Ionterey, San Luis Ohispo, Los 
Angeles and San Diego, 



STEAMER EVERY THIRTY DAYS. 

Guayvnas, Mazatlan, and La Faz, touching at 
Cajye St. Lucas, 



HONOImUXiU r o u t e 

Steamer Every Thirty Days, 



OFFICE, 424 CA.LIFOIlISri^ STREET. 

HOLLADAY & BRENHAM, Agents. 



Vlll SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

Wells, Fargo 6c Co. 
EXPRESS & EXCHANGE GO 



CAPITAL, - - $10,000,000, 



JPJRXliTGX-E*J^lL, OFFICES: 

No. 84 Broadway, New York. 

N.W. cor. California and Montgomery Sts., San Francisco. 



EXPRESS LINES 

TO ALL PARTS OF CALIFORNIA, NEVADA, UTAH, COLORADO, MONTANA, 

NEBRASKA, OREGON, WASHINGTON AND IDAHO TERRITORIES, 

BRITISH COLUMBIA, LOWER CALIFORNIA AND MEXICAN 

PORTS, NEW YORK, ATLANTIC STATES, EUROPE. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPH TEANSFERS 

On New York, Boston, and Philadelphia, payable in the principal cities of the United States 

and Canada. Also, Bills on London, Dublin, and Paris. Letters of Credit 

issued on our New York House, exchangeable for Circular 

Letters, payable in all parts of Europe. 

COLLECTIONS AND COMMISSIONS 

Of all kinds executed, and General Express Business attended to promptly in all parts of the 
United States, Europe, and Canada. Orders for Passage furnished from Queens- 
town, London, Liverpool, Hamburg, and Havre to New York. Also, 
from New York to San Francisco — Overland or by Steamer. 

A. H. BARNEY, President. ^ 

JAS. C. FARGO, Vice President, I ^ ^ . 
GEORGE K. OTIS, Secretary, ( "®* ^°^'^' 
CALVIN GODDARD, Treasurer, 3 

CHAS. E. McLANE, Gen'l Agent for the Pacific Coast, San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. IX 



THE 



CALIFORNIA MUTUAL LIFE 



SAJSr FBAIiCISCO. 



CAPITAL, IN 0. S, GOLD COIN, - - $100,000. 

Guarantee Fund, in U. S. Gold Coin, - - $250 000. 
F. McOOPPIN, S. F. BUTTERWORTH. 

President. Vice President. 
3DII^ECXOIiS : 

J. MORA MOSS, T. H. SELBY, JAS. T. BOYD, 

JOHN T. DOYLE, WM. BURLING, A. H. ROSE, 

A. HAYWARD, L. L. ROBINSON, O. ELDRIDGE, 

LLOYD TEVIS, C. J. BRENHAM, S F. BUTTERWORTH, 

THOS. BELL, F. McCOPPIN, L FRIEDLANDER, 

D. O. MILLS, WM. SHARON, • M. D. SWEENY, 

J. H. GOODMAN, W. S. LADD. M. S. LATHAM. 

WM. R. WHEATON, General Agent. JNO. CROCKETT, Secretary. 



This Company issues all the most desirable and popular kinds of Policies, assuring any sum on a single lile, 
from $600 to S2O,O0O. The Company freely grant every advantage to policy holders appertaining to the busi- 
ness, and offer terms as liberal as those of any first-class Company. 

In the event of death, claims will be promptly settled. 

The wise provision of the laws under which this Company is organized, while requiring a paid-up Cash 
Capital of $100,000, and thus insuring a Board of Directors with a pecuniary interest in its success, forbids the 
payment to the Stockholders of aky portion op the profits of the business, beyond the interest earned 
by the capital contributed by them, thus making it a purely Mutual Company. 

ALL POLICIES ARE NON-FORFEITABLE AND PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS. 

PROFITS DIVIDED AMONGST POLICY HOLDERS. 
Policies in this Company not liable for debts, and are not subject to levy under attachment or execution. 

TMs Compaiiy Insnres in Gold or Cnrrency, and il desired, giyes Credit for one-lalf of Aimnal Preiinm. 

Dividends applied in reduction of Annual Premium, or added to the Policy, at option of the assured. 

Reasons for Insuring Tvith the California mutual. 

First. Because it may reasonably be expected to pay larger Dividends than any other Company. 

The rates of interest in other States are but six and seven per cent, per annum, payable at the end of the year, while 
The California JIutdal will receive on its investments ten and twelve per cent., compounding monthly. 

Second. The list of Birectors and OfiBcers embraces names well and favorably known throughout the States of the 
Pacific Coast, as men of broad and liberal views, of tried integrity, sagacity and business experience, in whose hands 
the affairs of the Company are safe beyond question. 

Third. It is the interest of every one, whose business and property is upon this Coast, to retain here the vast 
sums of money which, in the absence of a successful Home Company, will be annually drained hence by Foreign 
Companies. 

N. B.— Persons insuring in this Company will not have to wait two months for applications to be accepted and 
Policies returned from Kew York. 

OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, 

isTo. IS 3S^EiiCK[-A.3srTS' Ex:ci3:uA.isra-E- 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



T?H E! 



Bank of California, 



CAPITAL PAID UP. (GOLD), , S5,000,000 

D. O. MILLS, - - PRESIDENT. 
W.C. RALSTON, - - CASHIER. 



iV G jB ]?! T S : 
In New York, - Messrs. LEES & WALLER. 
In London, ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION. 



This Bank issues LETTERS OF CREDIT, available 
for the purchase of Merchandise in the East Indies, 
China, Japan, Australia, and other Countries, 
authorizing Bills on the Oriental Bank Cor- 
poration, London. Also, CIRCULAR 
CREDITS, for the use of Travelers 
in all parts of the World. 



EXCilCE FOI SUE Oil TIE ITUUITIC CITIES. 

AND OTHER LEADING EUROPEAN CITIES. 

ALSO ON THE 

Branc]b$$ of tli^ Oriental Bank at Hong Eong 

AXD OTHER ASIATIC PORTS. 

San Francitco, July f, fS60. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



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J^lSTTD 



MERCANTILE 

Insurance Company 

OF 

LONDOM AiyfD BDIIffBURC^H. 



EST.4^]BLISE[EI> ISOO. 



^AlFIWL. - - - t 



ACCUMULATED AND INVESTED FUNDS, 
January 1, 1868, in Gold, - = . . $14,865,224 
Annual Income, in Gold, 4,009,008 

Deposited in Oregon, according to Law, - - . $50,000 

Limit on Single Risks, - .... - 100,000 



SAN FRANCISCO BANKERS: 

nSessrs. TAXalaANT i£ CO. 



S. E. Corner Sansom and California Streets, San Francisco, Cal. 



Insurances effected on the most favorable terms on Buildings of both BRICK 
and WOOD throughout the Pacific States and Teri'itories, whether occupied as 
DWELLINGS, STORES or WAREHOUSES, together with their contents. 
VESSELS IN PORT, with or without Cargoes, also insured. 

LOSSES PAID HERE IN COLD COIN. 



General Agent for the Pacific States and Territories. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



INSIIBANCE COMFANY, 



422 CALiIFORItriA STREET, 



ipiiisy'^SS^I 



Fire, Ocean, Marine and Inland Insurance. 
emh Capital, - - $I,8003C^«^ 

ASSETS, JULY 1, 1869, - - $1,639,928 09. 
ALL LOSSES PAYABLE IN U. S. 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 re 
sponsibility of the Company. 



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SAN FRANCISCO. 
\V. C. Ralston, 
A. L. Tubbs, 
Win. Alvord, 
Jonathan Hunt, 
A. B. Forbes, 
A. G. Stiles, 
A. Selifjman, 
L. B. Benchley, 
"Wm. Sherman, 
L. Sachs, 

James De Fremery, 
J. G. Bray, 
David Stern, 
D.O.Mills, 
L Friedlander, 
Moses Heller, 
H. M. ^>whall, 
G. T. Law ton, 
Myles D. Sweeny, 
Chas. Ma}ne, 
E. L. Goldstein, 
J. O. Earl, 



Llovd Tevis, 
Thos. H. Selby, 
Adam Gram, 
Alpheus Bull, 
S. M. Wilson, 
D. J. Oliver, 
W. Scholle, 
Thos. Brown, 
C. R. Peters, 
Oliver Eldridge, 
J. B. Roberts, 
J. C. Wilmerding, 
P. L. Weaver, 
Wm. Hooper, 
Geo. C. Hickox, 
J. D. Fry, 
A. Hayward, 
T. L. Barker, 
Alex. Weill, 
Chas. Meyer, 
Chas. E. McLane, 
M. Rosenbaum, 
Chas. Main, 



A. J. Ralston, 

T. Lemmen Meyer. 

NEW YORK. 

Louis McLane, 
Fred'k Billings, 
James Lees, 
J. G. Kellogg, 
Moses Ellis.' 

SACRAMENTO. 

Edgar Mills, 
J. H. Carroll, 
C. T. Wheeler. 

MARYSVILLE. 

J. H. Jewett. 
SAN JOSE. 

E. McLaughlin. 
PORTLAND, Oregon. 

W. S. Ladd, 

Jacob Kanim. 
VIRGINIA, Nevada. 

Wm. Sharon. 



A. J. RALSTON, Secretary. 
A. BAIRD, Marine Secretary. 



J. HUNT, President. 
WM. ALVORD, VicePres»t. 



H. H. IBIO^EIX^O W, G^eiieral .A^g-ent. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



The Fireman's 

FUND 

INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OFFICE- : 

S.W. Cor. California and Sansom Sts. 

SAN F(I^ANOIBOO. 



1$ 1 



^•*«%%, 




C^FITAL, 



^soo,ooo. 



D. J. STAPLES, Pres't. HENRY BUTTON, Vice Pres't. 

CHARLES R. BOND, Secretary. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 




OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



CAPITAL ST OCK, OIE MILLI ON DOLLABS. 

Omce, Ho. 421 California Street. 



This Company will transact all kinds of legitimate Banking business on the most 
favorable terms. i 

Deposits received and accounts kept in Gold and Silver Coin, or National Cur- 
rency, payable in kind. 

Exchange drawn on New York in Gold or Currency, available at par in any part 
of the United States, and Exchange furnished on Europe, India, China, etc., at 
lowest rates. 

Collections and Disbursements made at all accessible points, and proceeds remitted 
without delay. 

Interest allowed on Certificates of Deposit, Savings Accounts, Trust Funds, and on 
average daily balances of desirable check accounts. 

Money to loan on U. S. Bonds, State, City and County Bonds, Local Stocks, Staple 
Merchandise, Real Estate and other good securities. 

The Company will act as correspondent for Banks and Bankers, and as Agent in 
the transaction of all kinds of financial and trust business. 

Bonds, Stocks, Papers, Jewelry, Silverware, etc., kept on special deposit in its largt 
fire and burglar proof vaults and safes, at moderate charges. 



PRESIDENT, 
CASHIER, 



HBNUY H. HAKillT, 
.JOHN II. BAIRD, 
HKNKY BAKKOILHET. 
HKXKY L. DAVIS, 
CHAI5LKS M. PLUM, 
HENRY J. HOOTII, 
WM. BLACKWOOD, 



HENRY L. DAVIS. 
D. W. C. THOMPSON. 



JOHN CUKKEY, 
JACOB C. JOHNSON. 
•lOHN O. ELDUIDGE, 
CHAS. J. DEEKING. 
MOSES ROSENBAl'.M, 
S. HEYDENFELDT, 
HENRY C. LEE. 



WILLIAM H. SHARP, 
CHAS. W. HATHAWAY, 
SAMUEL cum, 
DONALD McLEXNAN', 
WALTER B. CUMMINUS, 
F. S. WENSINUER. 



NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT, 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



GEORGE HOWES. JABEZ HOWES. 

GEORGE HOWES * CO. 




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COMISSIOI lERCSAITS 

302 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
isr 33 "w -stork:. 



DISPATCH LINE 

CLIPPER SHIPS FOR NEW YORK. 

AGENTS FOR SUTTON & GO'S 
Clipper Ships from New York 

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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



BAKER & HAMILTON, 






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AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS, 

Portable Steam Engines, Hardware, Etc. 

Nos. 13, 15, 17 and 19 Front Street, San Francisco. 

Nos. 9, il, 13 and 15 J Street, Sacramento. 

Eastern Office, 88 Wall Street, New York. 



TJImImJSILANN (£ CO. 



Importers and Dealers in 



Beaver, Broadcloth, Cassimere, 



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628 & 630 Sacramento Street, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



S. P. IIOLDEN. J. MOORUEAD. 

1^^ IMPORTERS OF ^{Q^ 

Foreign Dry Goods 

ladies' al gents' fomshing goods, 





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LONDON, 37 LEADENHALL STREET. 




HOSIERY, 


LINENS, 


DRESS AND FANCY 


GOODS 




From the 


best mantifacttirers in Europe. 




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Direct Importers of 

FRENCH FLOWERS, 

CLOAK AND DRESS TRIMMINGS, 
Corner Pine and Battery Streets, (up stairs) 

Sr£fF TOKK: 40G Broadway. PARIS: 131 Boulevard de Sebastopol. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



CX1RCTJ1L.A.TI. 



LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO BANE 

Incorporated under the Joint Slock Companies' Act of 1862, of Great Britain. 

SAJS- FRANCISCO OFFICE, 3 o. 423 CALIFORNIA ST. 

Zondon Office, 22 Old Sroad Street. J\''ef York Agency, 53 JSxchartge Ttace. 



O^^MT^^L, - - - $5,000,000 

Of which $2,500,(K)0 is fully paid up as present Capital, and will be increased as the growth of the business requires. 



DIRECTORS. 
FREDERICK RODEWALD. ESQ., Chaiumas. 

H. L. HISCHOFF.SHEIM, ESQ. (Messrs Kitchnffshcim <fe Goldschmidt). 
J. F. FLKMMICH, ESQ. (Me>sr8. F. Huth & Co.) 
E. H. GREEN', K.SQ. (Me.«srs. Kussell A Slurgis, of Manila.) 
JCLIU.S SI.AY, Esq. (of San Francisco,i Frankfort-on-the-ilain. 
J. S. MORGAN', Esq. (Messrs. i. S. Morgan <fe Co.) 
nARON' H. DB STERM (Messrs. .Stern Brothers.) 
RUDOLPH SULZliACH, EiQ. (Messrs. Sulzbach Brothers,) Frankfort-on-the-Main. 

Manager in London, R. D, Peebles, Esq, 

Auditor, G. T. SrooAinff, i:sg. 

Manager in San Francisco, Milton S, Latham, Esq, 

Asshtant .Ifanaffer, (San Francisco,) Camilto .tfartin. 
Accountant, (San Francisco,) Arthur Scrivener. 

London Bankers, THE LONDON JOINT STOCK BANK. 
London Oflaces of the Bank, 22 OLD BROAD STREET, E. C. 



The Bank is prepared to transact all kinds of General Banking and Exchange Business, in London and San Fran- J 
Cisco, and between said Cities and all parts of the world. 

The San Francisco Office is authorized to draw Bills of Exchange or issue Letters of Credit upon either of the 
undernamed Founders and I'roprietors of the Bank, or (at the option of the buyer) upon the following Houses, with 
whom the Bank has established credits, viz. : 

LONDON The London Joint Stock Bank, No. 5 Princess Street. 

do Messrs. EischofFsheim, Goldschmidt & Co. 

do Mess'S. Fruhling & Goschea. 

do Messrs. Frederick Huth & Co. 

do Messrs. J. S. Morgan & Co, (successors to Messrs. Geo. 

Peabody & Co ) 

do Messrs. intern Brothers, 

NEW YORK CITY Messrs. Dabney, Morgan & Co., 53 Exchange Place. 

PARIS Messrs. Bischoffsheira, Goldschmidt & Co. 

do Messrs A . J. Stern & Co. 

FRANKFORT-ON-TH:E-MAlN....Mr. Sigismund tulzbach. 
do ....Mr. Jacob S. H. Stern. 

GERMANY The Bank of Saxe Meiningen. 

AMSTERDAM Banque de Credit and de Depot des Pays Bas. 

AN T WERP Messrs. Not' ebohn Brothers. 

do Mr. F. B. BischofiFsheim. 

HAMBCTRG Messrs. Johu Berenberg. Gossler & Co. 

BERLIN Messrs. Morritz, Guterbock & Co. 

GENOA and NAPLES The Anglo-Italian Bank. 

VALPARAISO and LIMA Messrs. Fred. Huth. Gruning & Co. 

MANILA Messrs. Russell <S Sturgis. 

CHINA and JAPAN Hongkong and Shanghae Banking Corporation. 

AUSTRALIA, SYDNEY and MEL- 
BOURNE Union Bank of Australia. 

IRELAND Provincial Bank of Ireland, and all its Branches, viz. at 

Duljliu, Waterford, Youghal. Duiigannon, Kilriish, Templemore. 

Cork Galwav, EnniskiUen, llamlou, Skibbereen, Carrick-<in-.Suir, 

Limerick, Armagh, Monaghan, Ennis, Enniscorlhy, Carrick-on-Shannon, 

Clonmel, Athl.irie, Banbridge, Halh-shannon, Fermoy, Clogheen, 

Londonderry, C«leniiiie, Ballymena, Strabane, Newry, NewcasUe, Co. Limerick 

Sligo. Kilkenny, I'arsonstown, Duiigarvan, Drogheda, 

AVexford, Ballina, Cavan, Mallow, Nenagh, 

Belfast, Tralee, Omagh, Cootchill, 

Special attention paid to selling California Securities in Europe. 
Collections, Pnrchases of Real Estate and Minim Shares, and Investments of all kinds in California. 
31ILTON S, LATHAM, Manager. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



SAN FRANCISCO 

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SAM IFIEAH(DIES(D(Do 

K. M. J^EWHALL, Pres% W. C. RALSTOJV, Treas. 

J. L. WILLCUTT, Sec'y, 

RlCWn P. HAMMOJYD, General Superintendent. 

FREIGHT AND PASSENGER DEPOT, 
Junction of Market and Valencia Sts. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Freight Trains run each way daily, (Sundays excepted) arriving at San 
Francisco in the morning, and leaving at noon. 

«@^ Three .Passenger Trains Eun each way daily. -©^ 

(FOK rAKXICUt,AKS SEE TIME XABI^ESJ 

STAGES CONNECTING WITH MORNING TRAIN FROM SAN FRANCISCO: 
AT SAN MATEO 

FOIt IIAL.F »IOO]tf BAY ASTD PESCADERO. 

AT SANTA CLARA 

FOR SAXXA CRUZ AXS SASAXOCtA SPRIIk'OS. 

AT GILROY 

FOR AEK. POiarXB SOUXBI. 

Particulars of which may be obtained at the Stage Company's Office, 

208 MONTGOMERY STREET, OPPOSITE RUSS HOUSE, 

SAM fIRl,M€SSC©. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



THOS. H. SELBY & CO. 

Nos. 116 AND 118 CALIFORNIA STREET SAN FRANCISCO, 

IMPORTERS OP 

BAR & PLATE IRON, 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



PLUMBING GOODS, 

AND MANUFACTURE AT THE 

Co7\ of Hoiaard and First Streets, San Francisco, 

X:^3Bj£kL30 3F^ 3E 3E=^ 3E3! ^ 

Sheet Lead, Drop Shot, &c. 

ALSO, PROPRIETORS OF THE 

SELBY LEAH AND SILVER SMELTffl& WORKS, 



OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



CRUDE LEAD AND SILVER BARS 



MAIN OFFICE, 116 and 118 CALIFORNIA STREET. 



ADVERTISING DEPART ^lENT. 



A. 1 AYWARD. A. X. COLEMAX. 

HAYWARD & COLExlIAK, 

SOLE IMPORTERS OF 

DEYOE'S BRILLIANT EICEL8I0R ILLOIINATING OIL, 

{IX HIS FATE XT CASS,) 

3L1.MPS AHD LAMP STOGKj 

A COMPLETE AXD ELEGAXT ASSORTMEXT OX HAXD. 

LUBRICATING AND PAINT OILS, 

Consisting of Lnrcl, Sperm, Elephant, Polar, Tanners', Xeatsfoot, Boiled 
and Raw Linseed, Castor, China Xiit and Parafflne. 

ALSO, SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE AND ALCOHOL. 



ACETfTS FOR TBE SAI^E OF XHi: 

Pacific Powder Mill Company's Blasting and Sporting Powder, 

414 FRONT STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



jflL <3- 3E 2W O TS' ^ 

No. 411 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

Nutice is liereby given iliai arraiigemeDis \m been entered into between tte 
ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY 

AND THE 

PACmO MMh BTEIMSHIP C0MPA1I¥, 

I?OR the forwarding of treasure to the Bank of England, and to the Bank 
. of Frarec, In Havre, by the steam>hips of the two companies, by means 
of through bills of lading, to be granted bv the Commanders of the Ships 
of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, for delivery to C. A. HENDERSOX, 
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. For particulars 
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 ftivorable terms. 

The Steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. leave Aspinwall for Plymouth, calling at St. Thomas, on 
the 6th (7th when there are 30 days in the previous month) and 22d of each month. 

Passages, at reduced rates, can be secured on application to the undersigned, who will give any 
further particulars that may be required about the Company's business. 

W. L. BOOKEK. 




XXIl 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



No. 621 and 623 Clay Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



AOEJVCY FOK 



STmiffWAY AND SON^S 







cpmiem^ 



fS Alt o$ 



# 



Haines Bros, and Kranich, Bach ^' Co's Pianos, 

CHURCH AND SCHOOL HARMONIUMS AND MELODEONS. 

rianos tuned by exppripnced workmen. Second hand pianos taken in exchange. Instruments sold, and 
payment received by installments. 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF EVEEY DESCRIPTION WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Illu.strated circulars and Catalogues mailed to any address, free. 



IKIARDEK i£ IKIVRICK, 

MANU^CTCRERS OF THE 

CELEBRATED FAMILY GOFFEE 



WHICH TOOK THE 



FIRST PREMIUM 

AT THE 



MAJ\''UFACTU^E1RS Or .ALZ KIX^S OF 

SPICES AND HERBS OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY 

WHICH CAN BE FOUND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT AT 

212 Sacramento Street^ 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



M 



I=-A.XE1^TXEID, J'J^ISTTJJ^-R'^Z', 1867". 

jk €HE-§P ^^^ --- ~™^ EUREKA HAIR 

AND 

Snperior Article 

AS A 

SUBSTITUTE 

FOR 

CURLED HAIR 

FOR 

UPHOLSTERS' USE, 

AND SOLD AT 

One-Third the Price. 

) » > 

Beware of Inferior Imitations now being offered to the Public. 

idtjtoh: nj-A.T, CjA.il.. 
AGENCY, 573 Mission Street, bet 1st and 2Dd. 




Are now generally acknowledged 

To have no Equal. 



STRINGER & GO'S 

Anti-Attrition UMM 




To Teamsters, Millmen, Engineers, and Consumers of Axle Grease generally, their attention is 
invited to some of the principal features of our " Carbureted Axle Grease." 

First. — An entire freedom from all Gum and Viscid matter, retaining its soft, oily condition to 
the last, and not so drying as the ordinary kinds in general use, and thereby a great saving of 
motive power by reducing friction to the lowest minimum point. 

Seconp. — The great Cooling qualities it possesses when apphed to Axles ^r Journals that have 
become heated .from neglect or the use of inferior materials, will in a comparatively short time re- 
move atmospheric changes, heat or cold having no perceptible effect upon it. 

Thiud. — This Grease not absoibing that acidifying element, Or(/5'«», f'om the atmosphere, a less 
quantity by one-half is needed, to what is usually put on, and more is only an injury. 

IVTo. 70 ORCGON STRKBT^ 

Two doors east of Davis, hetween Washington and Jackson Streets, 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



WM. KNABE & GO'S 



MLD MEDAL 



PATENT 




E. E. WASHBURN & CO., Agents, 
No. 234 Sutter Street, 

Young Men's Clirislian Association Bnilding, liet. Kearny and rnpjni, SANl FRAPtCtSGQ. 

A full supply of Medium & Low Priced Pianos, Organs £ Melodeons. 



PIANOS FOR EENT. 



TUNING AND HEPAIRING. 



HcfiREfiOR'S TEIHSIT OBSERYATORY, 




ESTAISLTgiPTEl) ITV 1848. 

0BSERVE--3O YEARS' EXPERIENCE. 



^^=- JOSErii 3UGKI (,OI« Lcfrs to amoiii cc to Jlcicliai^l?. i aptains of 

Tes.'-pl*, and the t U'llic }:fiicialh . tlint lie poFsfssc-.' ui nnuilcd I'm iliie- for the 

accurate rcpairiiif; of (HUONdMKTKns and Watiuks. on iimrH reasonable 

7] lernis ihaii thofe gei erally chapcd ( liioiirmeteis and wiitches aiP otten in 

]\ this country intiusled to" inci nij'etcnt workmen. .1. McG. is preimnd to rc- 

' adjust andrepair, in first rate style, all Cbionomeieis ai.d fine Watches put 

into his lianrip. 

FOK SAl.K. — Thronometprs hy the most eminent ina).pr5; al-o. Sextants 

!|]| and Nautical Instruments of all kind<; or he xvid aocur.itelv ret>:iirand adjust 

them. Hest Kaiitical (linrts lor all parts of the ^xorld. Ciive him a trial and 

III judge by tte result. Char;;cs niodeiafe. 

No, 409 Sansom Street, under Ccso Ho se, San Francisco, CaL 



First Premium A.nvarded— Fair of 9f echnnics* 
" «• " State Fair, - 



18U8. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1850. 



STBAM* GOFFEIIE: c£ SPICK MILiLiS^ 

oha-I^IjES b e i^ IsT -A. :fi H) , 



HANTFACTl 



ALW^Ay'S O^ IIA.VU. 

Eoast and Ground Coffee and Spices of all kinds. Also, Saleratns, Carbonate of S'<da and Cream of Tartar. 

No. 707 SANSOM STREET, CORNER OF GOLD, 



Between Jackson and I'acilic Streets, 



AN FKANHSCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



BLUE, EOBBIiS & €0. 

Importers and. Jobbers of 

BiDl, lews, till mi Wrapi 

PAPER BAGS, STRAW AND BINDERS' BOARDS, 

Elael aa€ ©©I®!©! ImM^ 

Uo. 516 SACRAMENTO & 519 COMMERCIAL STREETS, 

FRANCIS BLAKK, ) O T^ * 

JAMES M( It FITT. San Francisco. ^^a,n JT* TclP Cl'^ CO. 

JAMFS W. TOWxNK, Kew York. 



A. WASON. P. J. MORRIS. 

Successors to JAMES E. KELLY, 

llain nxit ^ttoxniibt ^oxx^t itnb Sign ]|itinttr$, 

GILDING AND GLAZING, IMITATIONS OF WOOD AND MARBLE. 

ALSO, 

3xro. as o-A.XjiiF'on.njffi.A. stjfi:ei3E3t, 

Two doors below Davis Street, SAN FK ANCISCO. 



ii 



THE N"EW CORNER." 



RETAIL DEALER IN THE 

Fittest irands Hayaaa Cigars^ 

Corners of Montgomery, Post and Market Streets, 



S4iSr 2?3i4iSr®2SCQ®» 



XXVI SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



HENRY B. WILLIAMS. HENRY P. BLANCHARD. CHARLES B. MORGAN. 

WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & GO. 

Shipping & Commission 

MERCHANTS, 

No. 305 Front Street, 
San Francisco. 



Geo. O. Whitney, i { "^^ Wayland Kimball, 

Chas. M. Kimdall. > } No. 19 Lindall St., Boston, and 

San Francisco. ) (158 Chatham St., New York. 

GZSO. O. inTHITNEY <£ GO. 




k 




Nos. 319 AND 321 PINE STREET, (South Side) 

Between Montgomery and Sansom. 



PIONEER FURNITURE WAREROOMS. 

Farnttnre, l^pbolstery, Our^aixis, &c«, &o« 



Particular attention paid to Drapery and Decoratin*. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. XXvii 

SPRING VALLBY 

Incorporated under Act of the Legislature, April 8, 1858. 
1 ^ I 

GAPITALi STOGK^ - - $8^000^000 

Divided into 80,000 Shares of $100 Each. 
MAIN RESERVOIR, 

Capacity, le, 000,000 Oallons- 

Francisco Street Reservoir, Capacity 8,000,000 Gallons. 
Russian Kill " " 4,000,000 

Buchanan Street " " 1,750,000 

Brannan Street " " 500,000 

Dam— Pillarcitos Creek, Capacity - - 865,000,000 Gallons. 
San Andreas " " - - 4,000,000,000 

President, W. P. BABCOCK. 

Vice President, JAMES D. WALKER. 

Secretary, HENRY WATTSON. 

TI^TJSTEES- 
JOHN PARROTT, W. F. BABCOCK, 

L. TEVIS, JAS. D. WALKER, 

N. LUNING, CHAS. MAYNE, 

CHAS. E. McLANE. 

OFFICE OF THE C03IPANT, 

5X6 Oetlifox-xiia. Street- 



XXVlll SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

C. WATERHOUSE, San Francisco. J. W. LESTER, New York. 

WITIEHOUSI & MSTEB, 

Hard Wood Lumber, 




GOAGH, CARRIAGE & WAGON 

MATIEIILS, 

NOS. 29 AND 31 BATTERY STREET, 



1? & 19 SeTentb St., between I and 3^ 



LESTER & ^^ATERHOUSE, 

105 MAIDEN LANE. NEW YORK. 

J. W. LESTEB, 105 Maiden Lane, Sew York. C. WATEGHOCSE, San Frandaca 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



XXIX 



FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY 

No. 219 SANSOM STEEET, 



Between California and Pine, 



SAX FRANCISCO. 



HA1BUR&-BRE1EI 




OapItEd. 



m 



m 



mmm 



i>ir.e:ctok.s 



AT HAMBURG. 

WM. GOSSLER, Esq., Pres't. 
AUG. JOS. SCHON, Esq. 
H. MUNCHMEYER, Esq. 
J. F. W. REIMERS, Esq. 
A. E WOLDSEN, Esq. 

AT BREMEN. 

LOUIS DELIUS, Esq. 
CARL MELCHERS, Esq. 
CARL TEWES, Esq. 



NOTARY, 

EDUARD SCHRAMM, J. U. D. 

AT HAMBURG. 

DIRECTOR, 

ALFRED KLAUHOLD, Esq. 

AT HAMBUEG. 

CALIFORNIA AGENCY, 

MORRIS SPEYER, Agent, 

8A?f FRANCISCO. 



The undersigned, Agent for California, for the above higlily renowned Company, 
is prepared to issue policies against loss by Fire, on the most favorable terms, in all 
parts of the City and State, on 

STORES, MERCHANDISE, DWELLINGS, FURNITURE, ETC. 

S^^ All claims will be paid by the undersigned immediately after the amount of 
losS i^ ascertained, particular arrangements for that purpose having been made. 

MORRIS SPEYSR^ Agent^ 

219 SANSOM STREET, between California and Pine. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



FIRE A.N33 LIFE 



o^^ iLiOisriDoisr. 

Established 1803. 

CAPITAL, - - - . $8,000,000 

Insures Buildings and Merch<indise in them, ou the most moderate terms ; also, Fiame 
Buildings and Merchandise or Furniture contained in same. 



LOSSES PAID HERE IN CASH IMMEDIATELY ON ADJUSTMENT, 

i3sr TJ- s. GrCfiUD coiisr. 



FALKNER, BELL & CO. 

AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA. 



Hiill iM IMWi iMii. 

THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN 

MARINE INSURANCE GO. 

OF LIYERPOOL AND LONDON. 



C^PIT^L, 



S5,000,000 



The undersigned, having been appointed Agents at this Port for the Company 
above named, are now prepared to effect 

INSURANCE ON MERCHANDISE, SPECIE & FREIGHT 

TO AND FROM ALL FARTS OF THE WORLD. 

LOSSES FAIO IIV OOLO COIIV. 

FALKHBR^ BEILLi i£ GO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



XXXI 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

DRY G OODS & CA RPET8. 

8!^ole Ag-ents for* 

Veuve Xavier, Jouvin & Go's Paris Kid Gloves , and Dachez Shawls. 

ORDERS RECEIVEO FOR AXY I)ESCRIl*TIO:V OF 

BLIIKETS, FtlHIEIS IID €1SSI11EES 

Manufactured by the San Francisco Pioneer Woolen Factory. 

AaENCT OF THE OAKLAND BURLAP MILLS. 

HIDES AND WOOL BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET RATES. 



ADJOINING COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. 



6ABGER ^ LINDENBERGER, 

TVo. -r s^ivsom: STR.EET5 

ADJOINING COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, 



II^I=OE,TEI?,S ^A^lSriD JOBBEE,S OF 




1!IT 





nrwmf^j 



re 



Wmi 



nil 



^'^H) 



Agents Willamette Woolen MillS; Salem, Oregon. 
Agents Hallet, Davis & Co/s Pianos, Boston, Mass, 



XXXll SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



E, KAA.8, E. '«irEIL.V>. 

Sau Francisco. Paris. 

WEILL & RAAS, 

IMPORTERS OK 

eaTerSi Olotlis, Oasslmeres, 

VESTINGS, ITALIAN CLOTHS, BILLIARD CLOTHS, 
616 SACRAMENTO STREET, SAN FHANCISCO, 

1 Boulevard Magenta, Paris. 



ORDERS FOB EUROPEAN GHDODS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED. 



I. ZmANZ>sbx:rg-z:r <£ co. 

423, 425 AND 429 JACKSON STREET, 

lEFDT OF S miflMi IIIIIIES I M EMilES. 

HANOTACTOBT OF SPAEEIISC WIHB. 

1 ^ I 

Five Premiums Jieceived for the Best 

WHITE, m% mm k MMm§. wihss 

BY THE STATE AGRICULTURSL SOCIETY OF 1867. 



GOLD MEDAL AWARDED FOB THE BEST SPARKUNG WINE. 

BY THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE, JUITE 24th, 1868. 

Extract of Report of Assembly Committee on the Culture of the Grape Vine 

of the State of California. 

"Your Committee carefully tested some of Mr. Landsbekger's Sparklin' 

Wine, made from California Wine, of the vintage of 18G7, and we pronounce it ;; 

superior article of good and pure Wine." 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS 




MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF 

SportiHi Rifle, Camon, Miiini, Blastini, Inse, and Meal Poiiler. 

MILLS AT SANTA CRUZ. 

Office, 318 California Street, San Francisco. 



GERIXI AN 



OFFICE, 513 CALIFORNIA ST. 

South Side, between Montgomery and Kearny Streets. 

[^ Office Hours, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Extra hours on Saturdays from 7 to 9 p.m., for receiving of Deposits only. 
Loans made on Real Estate and other Collateral Securities, at current rates of 
interest. 

X. i. ARNOLD, Z, GOTTIG, 

SECRETARY. PRESIDENT. 



^r- SEE GENERAL EEVIEW FOR A NOTICE OF THE OPERATIONS OF THIS INSTITUTION, -^ 



XXXIV 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



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

MACONDRAY & CO. 

SHIPPING!- 

-A.3Sr3D 






MERCHANTS, 

No. 206 SANSOM STREET, 



ACENTS FOR THE 



Yang-Tx^ In$Tiranc$ Association, Siangha$. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



MM 



mmmm 






Constantly on hand, a Large and Complete Assortment of 

MAHttA COEBA® 

WHALE LINE, BALE ROPE, ETC. 

MANUFACTUHED FROM 

PURE MA.]SriL^ HEMP. 



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

MA-NUB-ACTOBY AX THE POTHEHO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. XXXV 



(SUCCESSORS TO EUGENE KELLY & CO.) 

IMPORTERS OF 

Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, 

CORNER SANSOM AND BUSH STREETS, 



P. F. LOUGHRAN Sc GO, 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



Por@igii ®mi lomeitle imrpete, 

OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, 

lassij, i^MiR a®®!, »©ap sfOa 

Nos. 104 AND 106 SANSOM, CORNER BUSH STREET, 



&.AJS^ z*zi..^3\roxsoo. 



MAIN 6c WINCHESTER, 

iiiillif liiliiiS 



MANTFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 



Harness, Bridles, Saddles, Whips, 

COLLARS, SADDLE WARE, ETC. 

^nd Leather of every Description. 

SOLE AGENTS FOE THE PACIFIC COAST FOR 

HILL'S 

Nos. 214 AND 216 BATTERY STREET, 
S_A.N FRANCISCO. 



XXXVl SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



PACIFIC OIL & LEAD WORKS. 

« ^ > 

Capital Stock, ■ - - $600,000. 

Established for the manufacture of Linseed, Castor and other Oils, and of 
White Lead, Zinc and other Paints. Works are now in operation, and pre- 
pared to furnish Oils of first quality, and quantity sufficient for the supply of the 
Pacific Coast. Also, Oil Cakes and Meal in quantities required. 

Highest price paid for Flax Seed, delivered at the Company's Works, King 
Street, near Third. 

0FF1CE--3 and 5 Front Street, San Francisco, Cal 

Orders addressed to " Pacific Oil and Lead Works," will have immediate 
attention. 

President, - - - - JOHlSr BENSLEY, 

Vice President, - - - L. B. BENCHEEY, 

Superintendent, - - - B. P. BPXJNNEP, 

Secretary, .... SAM'E I. C. SWEZEY. 



PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO 



OAPITAIi STOSE. »1,OOMOO. 



Established for the manufacture of Railroad and Merchant Iron. Every 
variety of Shafting, including all sizes of Steamboat Shafts, Cranks, Pistons, 
Connecting Rods, &c. Car and Locomotive Axles and Frames, and Ham- 
mered Iron of every description and size. 

3 AND 5 FRONT STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Orders addressed to PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO. will have immediate attention. 

HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON. 

PRE SIDE J^-T, WM. ALVORD, 

VICE PRESIDENT, - - - - L. B. BEJfCHLEY, 
SUPERIJVTEJ^DEJ^^T, - - - B. P. BRUJ^J^ER, 

SECRETARY, SAM' L I. C. SWEZEY. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



San Francisco 



C^ F" IF I O DES s 

N. L Cor. California and Webb Sts. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

President, JAMES de FREMERY. 

Vice President, - - - WASHINGTON BARTLETT. 

DIRECTORS, 

C. ADOLPHE LOW, DENNIS J. OLIVER, 

GEORGE C. POTTER, R. B. SWAIN, 

THOMAS P. BEVANS, H. NIELSEN, 

CHARLES PACE. 

CASHIER AND SECRETARY, 

JOHN ARCHB ALD. 

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



FLINT, PEABODT & CO. 

liffliiiiiiBi Mi iffiiimK 

M:E:ROH[A.]NrTS, 

NO. 408 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

^f^uct T^o. 114 State Street, ^Boston. 



MORRIS SPISiriSR, 

PIG IRON, CHINA WARE, FRENCH WINES, 

OHIOODa^^, Ace. 

SOLE AGENT FOR 

E. Lagarde & Co.'s Cognac Brandies and 

C. Chatelain de Montigny & Co.'s Champagne. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 




MUTUALi 

INSURANCE CO. 

Capital Stock, - - $1,000,000. 
Available Capital, - - $350,000. 

»«» 

THIS COMPANY INSURES 

DWELLINGS, STOEIS, 

Warehouses, Merchandise, 
FARM HOUSES, FURNITURE, 

And all other good classes of risks, against Loss or Damage by Fire, and against the Risks it 
Ocean, Marine and Inland Navigation and Transportation, on the most reasonable terms. 



All Losses paid in U« S. Grold Coin. 

THE INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY OF STOCKHOLDERS RECOGNIZED. 



ZM^isiJ2.zm(:^'^^cs:>i^^^ a 



C. S. Hobb8, 
Charles Clayton, 
W. T. Garratt, 
Cyrus Wilson, 
Joseph Galloway, 
J. Everdiiip, 
Joseph I'eirce, 



George S. Mann, 
Jngeph Kiiipot, 
Michael Skelly, 
J D. Arthur, 
John Baniber, 
S. M. Cutler, 
R. r. Clement, 



W. A. Church, 
1). Conrad, 
K. C. Drum, 
W. F. Dorman, 
W. F. Howne. 
C. \V. Hathaway. 
Theo. GebliT, 



S. D. Gilmoro, 
G. R. Hitchcock, 
D. E. Knight, 
H. C. Lee, 
G. W. McXear, 
D. It. Jloody, 
Wm. Pearson, 



J. M. Milliken, 
W. V Kidgway, 
H. N. Tilden. 

C. Waterhouse, 

D. Williams, 

E. J. Wilcox, 
A. S. Edwariiv 



CAT.IFORNI^ STREET. 

G. S. MANN, President, W. H. STEVENS, Secretary, 

H. C. LEE, Vice President 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. XXXIX 



ESX^A^BLISIiEID 1851- 



^ £d 



Importers and Manufacturers of 



300 Montgomery St. 

CORNER PINE, SAJV FJtAJVCISCO. 



GXSORGZ: D. NAGImE, 



mm 








OFFICE, 302 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



ESTI1>^C-A.TES G3r^E3Sr OKT 



And all Descriptions of Contract Work. 



BRICKS ON HAND AND FOR SALE IN ANY REQUIRED QUANTITY. 



xl 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



f 



I.St /A 



IT ^RTI O KT 



E 



OF SA^ISr FRA.MCISCO, 

Nos. 416 and 418 California Street. 



STOCKHOLDERS PERSONALLY LIABLE. 



€mm €4f If 4iL» « m&^M^* 



THE CALIFORNIA L.LOYDS 

Having consolidated with the 
January 1, 1866, this Company are now prepared to effect 



arsne as wbu as mit8 

Upon the most favorable terms. 



LOSSi:S PBOMJPTJLY AWD BQTIIIABLY ADJUSTED 
AND PAID IN GOLD COIN, 



Dl RECTORS. 



J. Mora Mo8S, 
James OtU, 
Wm. E. Barron, 
N.G. Kittle, 
Joa A. Donohoe, 
M. J. O'Connor, 
W. W.Montague, 
Moses Heller, 
Adam Grant, 
Charles L,. Low, 



Jacob Scholle, 
W. C. Kal8ton, 
Joceph Seller. 
I. Lawrence Pool, 
A. Wa.=8ermann, 
L. A. Booth, 
Joseph Brandenstein, 
Benjamin Brewster, 
Jabez Howes, 
A. Uayward, 



Nicholas Luning, 
John I'arrott, 
L. Sachs. 
M. D. Swe«'ny, 
E. H. Winchester, 
James Phelan, 
Gustave Touchard, 
Michael Castle, 
Nicholas Larco, 
J. G. Kittle, 



Geo C. Hickox, 
Patrick McAran, 
George C. Johnson, 
Jas. Linforth, 
T. E. Lindenberger. 

MAUYBVILLK. 

L. Cunningham, 
William Smith. 



GUSTAVE TOUCHARD, President. 



CHfvS. D HAVEN, Secretary. 



GEO. T. BOHEN, Surveyor. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



xli 



^>^ STOCK COMI^i^LNY. "^hP 



5 - « ^w>^^^ 

Number of Shares, 3,000. $100 per Share. 



I2isic©<s>ij^ipca)i2=^@i<ic^cllg> ^^^ipir^aa ^^(Jlg 52^C^^ 



C. SPRECKELS, President and Manager. 
P. SPRECKELS, Secretary. 



C. SPRECKELS, GEORGE H. EGGERS, C. H. VOIGT, 
H. HORSTMANN, F. HAGEMANN. 



C3-C3-SS 3Ft. S» cfi3 0€> 

210 CALIFOBXIA STREET. 



WORKS, S. W. Cor. Eightli and Brannan Sts. 



This Refinery having recently trebled its capacity, is 

better prepared to supply the great demand for 

its various hinds of 



:lii 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



AND 



AGENTS OF THE 



Regular Dispatch Line of Honolulu Packets 

AND CALIFORNIA AND OREGON PACKET LINE. 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 

Forwarding and Xranshipment of Merchandise, 8ale of TtThalemen's Billa and other Ex- 

change, Insurance of Merchandise and Specie under Open Policies, 

Supplying TVhaleships, Chartering Ships, £tc. 

Hos. 204 and 206 California Street^ 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



SAN FRANCISCO 

PIONEER WOOLEN FACTORY, 

nL.OCA.TEr> AT 

BLACK POINT, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

3IANUFACTOBY OF ALL CLASSES OF 



SDCH AS 

BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, FLANNELS, OVERSHIRTS, 
TEAMSTERS' SHIRTS, FIREMEN'S SHIRTS, UNDER- 
SHIRTS & DRAWERS, SLUICE BLANKETS, &c. 

DEPOT AND OFFICE-No. 115 BATTERY STREET. 

A. BLOCK, MANAGER. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. xliii 



MIGHELS, FRIEDLANDER & GO. 



IMrORTEHS AND JOBBERS OF 



FRENCH, ENGLISH AND GERMAN FANCY GOODS, 

ElSmiBIlII^, BMliail ill SDif ffilME, 

White G-oods, Cotton and Woolen Hosiery, 

WITH A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF BOyS' AND YOUTHS' FURNISHING GOODS AND YANKEE NOTIONS 

MAHUPACTUREBS AND IMP0BTBB8 or THE 

Improved Yoke ^mer-ica,!! S^liirt. 

FACTORY, TROY, N. Y. 

7 <& 9 Battery Street^ Oriental Blocks 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



MARINE AND FIRE. 



THE 



Office-No. 318 California Street. 

One Door East from Sansom street, m^^M 3FIEJ^S^©ir^©% ©.^IL. 

»«» 

Capital Paid np, - - ■ $200,000. 

C. T. HOFKIIS, Frest. M, E. TICMEIOM, Yice Frest. 
Z. CMOWELL, Secretary. 



ALL LOSSES PAID IN U. S. GOLD COIN. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



JOS. TILDEN. 



H. L. BREED. 



TIIiDXSN i£ BRESD, 







Corner Leidesdorff, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Bonds, Mining Stocks, and G-ovemment Securities, bought and sold 
in the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board. 



STATE. COUNTV AMD CITV BONOS BOUGHT AND SOLO. 



HEFEIlEJSrOES : 



Messrs. MACONDRAY & CO. Messrs. .JOHN SIME & CO. Messrs. E. CODMAN & CO., Boston. 

" WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. " TREADWEI-L & CO. " F. SKINNEB & CO., " 

Messrs. EUGENE KELLY & CO., New York. 



GEO. C. SHREVE. 



GEO. BONNY. 



GEO. C. SHREVE & CO. 



i]s^i»oii.a:ERs or 



> 



f 



ft * 



No. 525 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



Watches carefully Repaired by experienced Workmen at 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. xlv 



SAW MANUFACTURING GO. 

17 and 19 Fremont^ near JYEarket^ 

SAM FRAMCJSCO, CA^b. 

C. p. SHEFFIELD. N. W. SPAULDING. J. PATTERSON. 



Patent Groniil Circiiar, Mill, Milaj, &aii|, Pit, Cross-Cnt, Felloe, 

SCROLL, BUTCHER AND WOOD SAWS, 

Of a superior qaality, for sale and made to order. 

:S^@^ S«J3^!L IS^^(S^2> S^^S^S^^ S^Sf^^ISS !?a^J^;2^ ^® IP4i'J'i£S^S7a 

REAPING AND MOWING SECTIONS MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. 

WM. JESSOP & SON'S CELEBRATED SHEET STEEL for sale; tempered, straightened, ground 

and polished when required. Saw Repairing in all its branches, such as gumming, 

straightening, retempering, grinding, polishing, &.C. 

JOB GRiivrxjiisra- .A-istid FOLismisra- jk-T shoi^t ktotioe 



M. W. SPAiLBIlO 

17 and 19 Fremont, near Market, 




INSERTEQ IN 

PATENT yiHH^HII.' CIRCULAR 

False Teetli 



SAW TEETH FITTED, TEMPERED READY FOR USE. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




Cx<2 



•-=-1 



vs\ikv»>oN,^;i\k\^. 



Nos.213,215, 217, & 219, MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



HOBBS, GILKORE & €0. 



MANUPACTUKEBS OP 








.A.3L.SO 



Sawmi mi flmim lill. 



FGTl S-A.XjE 



SPAHISH emm, mahogany, 

AND OTHER FANCY WOOD. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. xlvii 



FBENCH HILLIilRY, 



9 

No. 13 SANSOIVI STREET, 

Between Bush and Sutter, next to Cosmopolitan Hotel. 

BAM FE4HiieiO. 

^o, 32 Hue du Fauhoiirg-Poissonnieref— PARIS, 



McELWEE & ACKERMAN, 

IMPORTERS And dealers in 

CARPETS. OIL CLOTH, 



-A-IsTID 



N08» 020 t 32$ nm 8TEEET, 

(Formerly Academy of Music,) 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



^/Vl^. schm:olz, 

MATHEMATICAL ' 

IlSTEilElT IIIEE. 

—> 

Transits, 

Theodolites, 

Solar Compasses, 

Y Leveling Instruments, 

Leveling Staves, 

Compasses, 

Mountain Barometers, 

Distance Rods, 

Chains, 

Meridian Transits, 

Bullion Balances, 

Assaying Scales, 

Etc., Etc. 




REPAIRS EXECUTED IN THE BEST MANNER, 



WTO.. SGHZaOIiZ, 
No. 420 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



SAIV FRA3VCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. xlix 

The Bank of British Columbia, 

meOMPORATED BY KOYAL CHAKTERi 
PAID UP CAPITAL., - - $1,490,000 

III 14,900 Shares, of $100 Each, 
WITH POWER TO INCREASE TO $10,000,000. 

LONDON OFFICE, 5 EAST INDIA AVENDE, LEADENHALL STREET. 

CHAIRMAN. 

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

DEPUTY CHAIRMAN. 

ROBERT GILIESPIE, Esq., (Messrs. Gillespie, Moflfatt & Co., London.) 

COURT OF DIRECTORS IN LONDON. 

JAS. ANDERSON, Esq., (Messrs. Anderson, Thomson & Co., Loudon.) 
£DE\ COLYILLE, Esq., Fenchurch Buildin»:s, Loudon. 
HEXRY McCIILERY, Esq., (Messrs. Cavan, Lubbock & Co., Loudon.) 
MARTL\ RIDLEY SMITH, Esq., 1 Lombard Street, Loudon, (of Messrs. 
Smith, Payne & Smiths, Bankers.) 



PORTLAND, OREGON; VANCOUVER ISLAND, AND BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



,,^:^c:^2:^S!r^:£»^ a 



IVew York, AOESTCT" BA^TK OF }U0WTRI:AI.. 

Canada and British STorth American JProvinces, BAXK OF MO^VTRFAi:.. 

JHexico and Sontta America,.. I^OSTBOar BASTK OF MEXICO <fc SOUTH AMERICA. 

Australia and the East, ORIEKXAl. BAXK CORPORAXIOX. 

England, UrATIOlVAr. PROVIXCIAI. BAIVK OF ElVOI.A]V». 

EnKland, arORTH A, SOUTH 1VAL.ES BAITK OF r.IVERPOOr.. 

Scotland, BRITISH l^ISTEST COMPAHTY'S BAHTK. 

Ireland, BAK^K OF IRECA^B. 



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. 



SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE : 

S. E. COB. CAUFORMIA AHQ SAHSOM STREETS. 
WILLIAM H. TILLINGHAST, Manager. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



FA.N"CY GOODS. 



ROSENBAUM ^ FRIEDMAN, 

IMPORTERS OF 

FOI^EI&lSr AND DOMESTIC 



A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 

HOiIlE¥, eiiOTie, WHITE ^OODS, 

Zephyrs and Yarns, 
BI?,.A.IIDS -A.IT3D B I IST ID I KT C3- S. 

WATERMAN'S PATENT INVISIBLE-CLASP HOOP SKIRTS, 

>XE11RICI5:»8 ©POOL. COTTOiX. 

Nos. 22 and 24 Battery Street, San Francisco, 

LoNDOjf, Basing Hall Street. 
Berlin, Kollnischen Fijhmarkt. 



New York, 44 White Street. 
Paris, Rue de Conservatoire. 



FAIiKZSNSTXSIN c£ CO. 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 

Havaae mi. Doia«$ti« €ig$r$, Etc., Etc. 

N. E, CORNER BATTERY & CALIFORNIA STREETS, 

lOO fV^ater Street, JSew York. 



-A.. G-iA.3xrKriKri, 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



WlfiHlS 



J 



1 



AND MANUFACTURER OP 



i^alifxirnia Watch i^asBB^ 

No. 622 CLAY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



•So/e siffent Jor I". 21. Maihez JFreret' 2'ramelan Waiche*. sigenl for Hoikoff^s 
patented yTalc/t. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



COX & NICHOLS, 

316 WASHINGTON AND 317 AND 319 OEEGON STS. 
SAIff FRAIVCISGO, 

(See Supplemenlal Xames,) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

Leather, Hides, Oils and Tallow, 

TANNERS' TOOLS AND MATERIALS. 



^A.a-EI^TS FOTl 



James S. Mason & Go's Gfeallenge Blacking, 

FOR THE PACIFIC COAST. 

JAMES V7. COX, A. C. NICHOLS. 

Late Cox, Willcntt & Co. 



P. A. EAKIXS, Secretary. J. "W. TKIPP, President. 




I 




Office, 408 California Street.^ 

FACTORY, LlTZN-iN", ^L^4.MED^ CO. 



J. W. TRIPP, p. A. EAKINS, E. A. MANNING, 

J. W. LIKINS AND JOSEPH SMITH. 



Divided into 2,000 Shares, at §50 Each. 



Hi SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



Wm. B. Cantrell. J. E. Dell. 

CANTRELL, DELL & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Doors, Sash, Blinds, 

Iffos. 34^ 36 and 38 Beale Street^ 



Near Mission, 



THis EstaDMment is Furnislied witu all tlie MODERN IMPROyEMENTSlN MACHINERY, 

And has every facility for manufacturing all kinds of 



^ a bLC^A-lTA J f - Manufacturers of 




COCOA PASTE, 

lo Ptas Iltra fetiii ioff©®, 

AND SPICES IN GENERAL, 

DN'o. 526 "WashiiigtorL Street, 

OPPOSITE WASHINGTON MARKET, Z^m iT.ii.If €2E€€Do 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



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CJTY DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 

S. E. CORNER OF STOCKTON AND QEAKY STREETS. 



Founded in 1859, and Inforporaled in 1861, nnder the name of University College. 



THOMAS H. SELBY, ESQ., PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD. 



Hon. H. P. Coon, M. n.. 

Vice President. 
Rev. C. Wadsworth, T>. D., 
Rev. S. Woodbiidge, D. D., 
Rev. H. M. Scudder, D. D., 



Gov. H II. HaiRht. 
Rev. Thomas Fcaser, A. M.. 
Rev. James Eells, D. D., 
Rev. Frederick Buel, A. M., 
J. D. Tliornton, Esq., 



H. M. Newhall, Esq., 
R. B. Woodward, Esq., 
F. Henderson, Esq., 
N. G. Kittle, Esq., 



James B. Roberts, Esq., Secretary. 



A J. Ralston, Esq., 
A. Campbell, Esq., 
Erwin Davis, Esq., 
H. H. Bancroft, Esq. 



THE DEPARTMKNTS OF INSTRUCTION ARE 



FOLLOWS, viz: 



COLLEGE, 

REV. P. V. VEEDER. A. M., Acting President and Professor of Moral and Mental Philosophy. 
REV. THOMAS KIRKLAND. A. M., Professor of Latin and Greek. 
THOMAS A. ROBINSON, Professor of Mathematics and Book-Keeping. 
G. C. ARNOLD, Ph. D , Prof of Physics and Modern Languages. 
E. A. PESOLI, Professor of French and Drawing. 

Sclool of Fracticsil Cliemfatry and Assaymg, 



THOMAS PRICE, M. D. 



Professor of Chemistry 



THE COLLEG^E SCHOOL. 



REV. P. V. VEEDER, 



Principal. 



Rev. THOMAS KIRKLAND, Master. 
I JAMES K. P. WILSON, Master. 



Senior English and Classical Department, 

Junior English and Classical Department- \ j^.^^ ^j^^^ ^ CLARK, Assistant. 
Primary Department.— Miss MARIA G. CLARK and Miss F. R. JACKS. 

The College Professors also give instruction in the College School. 

E^^" Book-Keeping carefully taught in the Junior and Senior Departments. 

(e^ Instruction in French, Spanish, German and Dravplng given in all departments of the School. 

The Institution is provided with ample buildings, valuable Philosophical and ChMjical Apparatus, spacious Play- 
grounds, and an Open-air Gymnasium. ^ 

The Chemical Laboratory, on Stockton Street, Is fitted up with costly furnaces and ml the appliances necessary for 
the practical study of Chemistry in all its branches. 

The Trustees have erected on their College property, known as the University Mound, situated Ave miles from the 
Plaza, anew and beautiful College Edifice which will be open in January, 1870, for the reception of boarding and day 
pupils, under the care of the Rev. Geo. Burkowes, D. D. 

Sessions —There are two in each Academic year, consisting of twenty-one weeks each, commencing respectively m 
the first week in January, and the first week in'July. 



Each Modern Language, (except in regular 

course of studies.) $100 

Drawing, Common and Architectural, $1 00 to 2 00 

Stationery, 2,5 

Repairs of Gymnasium, per session, 50 



Primary Department, per month $6 00 

Junior English and Classical Department, per 

month 17 00 to 8 00 

Senior English and Classical Department, per 

month 89 00 to 10 00 

College, 10 00 

Bills payable in the middle of each month. 

When two or more pupils attend from one family a liberal deduction is made. 

A similar deduction is made for sons of clergymen and teachers, and for pupils from the country boarding in respect 
able private families. 
A deduction of one-half the usual charges is made in case of absence beyond two weeks on account of sickness. 
For circulars with other particulars, and a list of patrons ' 



whom reference may be made, address 



Kev. 1?. V. VJSEOETt, DPrinclpal. 



liv SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



TV. \f. TVAI.MSI.EY. A. jr. 89IIXII. 

918 Market Street, Opposite St. Ignatius College, 

PLUMBERS & GAS FITTERS, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Oaaidelieps aai Gas llxinpei, 

IRON PIPES AND FITTINGS, COPPER BOILERS AND BATH TUBS, 

MANUFACTURERS ASD DE.U-ERS IN 

HUDSON, SMITH, DOCGLAS, and all kinds of 

LilPT AMD FORGB PUMPS, 

A-rtesian and Dee^^ "W^ell Piamps 

OP ALL SIZES MADE TO ORDER, 

ARTESIAN AND SmBAUZIC PIPE 

S^~ Manufactured in the Best Manner and at the Lowest Market Rates. .^^ 






BATH HOUSE, 

Wm Ziadies ani €ientIemeQ» 

528 PACIFIC ST., BET. MONTGOMER Y AND KEARNY. 

Dr. ZEILE informs the public that his New Bath House is now open for the 
accommodation of patrons. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to make this 
the best and most commodious establishment of the kind either in Europe or America. 
Convenient and separate apartments are afforded for the administration of Bathing by 
Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or Medicated Waters. Trained and polite attendants 
will use their best efforts to give complete satisfaction. 

Dr. Zeile has also attached to his Bathing Establishment a few handsomely furnished 
Suites of Rooms, where he will receive and entertain patients for treatment, who are not 
infected with any contagious or infectious disease. 

To secure this accommodation, it will always be necessary for engagements to be 
made in advance of the arrival of the patient. 

N.B. — Evferything on ground floor — no base?nent. 



IMTURTKl! OF 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Iv 




DIRECTED BY THE FATHERS OF THE SOCIETY OF JESUS. 

TOUMDEB II 1851, = = == = OCOEFDEATEB M 1855, 



WITH A FUIili STAFF OF 



PROFESSORS AND TUTORS, 

AND A 

THOROUGH SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION 

IN 

X^atln, ]Matlieinatlcs, History, 

Gx'eelc. :Xatxiral Sciences, Geograpliy, 

English, A-i'itlinietlc, XJse of the Glohes, 

IVlental rhllosopliy, Booli-lteeping, I*enniansliip. 

FRENCH, SPANISH, ITALIAN, GERMAN, 
VOCAL AKQ mSTEOMENTAL fflllSIG, 

BIVIBED ISTO TWO EESFLAE COHESES i 

gii4SSI041 All g©MMilSI41, 

BESIDES A 

PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 



Board and Lodging, Tuition in either Classical or Commercial Department, Washing and 

Mending, Stationery, Medical Attendance and Medicines ; Fuel, Baths, per week, §8 00 

Total per Session, of ten months, $350, payable half-yearly hi advance. 
N. B. — If more than two brothers enter the College, each additional one pays only |!200 per Session. 

Tlie ISTineteentli Annnal Session begins the 19tli 
of AngList, 1869. 



For further information, or for Catalogue of the College, apply to Rev. A. Tarsi, President of 
Santa Clara College, Santa Clara County, or to St. Ignatius College, 841 Market Street, San 
Francisco, Cal. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



MOYNIHAN & AITKEN, 

PORTLAND BOILER WORKS, 




BOILER TVORKS., 



Mdynihan &: Aitken. 




311 & 313 MISSION STREET, bet. Beale & Fremont Sts, 



MA]yi:FArTtJREK8 OF 



HIGH OR LOW PRESSURE, 

SHEET IRON WORK, STEAM AND WATER PIPE, 

Of a BETTKU QrAi.iTT, an(J at more rkasoxaih.e prices than any other estaVilishnient on the Pacific 
Coast. Being PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER.-^ of lon^; experience — confining our whole time and 
attention to our Branch of Buslines*, and using none but the BEST QUALITY and BRANDS of 
BOILER and SHEET IRO.V and BOILER TUBES, we are enabled to turn out work of the Best 
Qualitr, and at thf most reasoxaiu.e price.s. 

Those in want of anything in the above line, will do well to give us a call. 

Orders from the Country, accompanied by a remittance or satisfactory reference, will receive 
prompt attention. 

All work WARRANTED according to order. 

N. B— Particular Attention paid to REPAIRING STEAM BOILERS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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CALIFORNIA 

BMINESS IIVSRSITI, 




184 BoBlgerasry ii 



KOETH-EAST CORNER OF BDSH, 



SAH f RAHCI5C0, 



This Institution affords to the Young Men of the PACIFIC COAST the VERY 
BEST facilities for obtaining a reliable Business Education. 

Its course of studies is short, lucid and thorough. 

Its Teachers are competent and experienced. 

Its graduates are first-class Book-keepers, and command good salaries. 

Its great plan of Actual Business is not carried out by any other school in the State. 

Its scholarships are good for tuition in upwards of fifty Business Colleges, located in 
every city of importance in the United States and Canada. 

No young man starting in life can afford to do without an education at this Institution. 

By means of our celebrated system of 

AGTUAI. PRAGTIOK^ 

The Student in a short time obtains a thorough and reliable knowledge of Book-keeping, 
enabling him to enter at once upon the duties of an accountant. No other system was 
ever before the public which would impart the same amount of information in twice the 
length of time. The Instruction is just what is needed in real life — useful and practical. 
The Course of Study will include 

SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING, 

iiisijje^^ gvrltlim^lk, i.ejimHJiiSlj||if, p^rajjllk W^w, ^^xmnimima, 

Ortliograpliy, BanMiig, Insurance, Coimission, Importins, Telegrapliy, Etc., Etc. 



iliilOHi M¥ All iflllia 



Students are received at any age above 12 years. There are no vacations to interfere 
with studies. Students can commence upon any week-day during the year. 

For ILLUSTRATED UNIVERSITY JOURNAL, giving full particulars, call at 
our Office, 204 Montgomery Street, or address 

E. P. HEAIiD, 

President Business University, San Frahcisco 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



N. COOK. 

1\T. 1%T. OOOK: Ac SOIVS, 



8. P. COOK. 



MASUFACTURKE3 OF 



AND HORSE COLLARS, 

801 BATTEBY STB BET, COBXEB OF BBOABWAY, 



dszixjO* Xj x: .a. I* la xs zi. z^ozi. ts.A.Xjiss, 



I. CABEBOrT. 



DAVID KEKS. 



CASEBOLT & KERR, 

CIACB m m BUILDERS 



Importers and Dealers in 



v"y 



CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS 



AND ALL KISDS OF 



^-^^ Carriage & Wagon Stock, Trimmings, etc. 
Corner Market and Fifth Streets^ 

SAM Wl^A^€liB<D<^o 

WagODS and Carriages of every description made to order, stored and sold on Commission ; also, 
Bought and Exchanged, and General Jobbing done with Neatness and Dispatch. 

Parties wishing Carriages of any description can have them ordered through us from the leading 
Coach Builders in the Atlantic cities. 



ORDERS FROM TKE COUSfXRX rROMPTI^Y AXTES^DED TO. 



CASIMIR WINTER & CO. 



Successors to JOHX^ WIXXEK, 

IMI'OUTERS OF 



And Breivers^ Stocky 

NO. 313 S^CR^MENTO STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



9IARCIJS ». BOBUCK. 



CHAKI^ES M. CKA8C. 



''%Mmi of 



tmmf 

Devoted to General Jieivs and Insurance Matters. 

CHASE & BORUOK, 

S. W. CORNER JACKSON AND SANSOM STREETS, 



Phcenlx BuUdins. 



REAL ESTATE, PATENT, 

AND 

COMMISSION AGENCY, 
C. H. AV^A-KELEE & CO. 

No, 601 California Street, San Francisco, 




FL. 



i WAl IB 



637 California St., Opposite St. Mary's Cathedral, S. F. 

Xhis is the only Regular TVater Cure in San Francisco, and by far the most Extensive 
anil Complete Hygienic Institute on the raciflc Coast. 

Dr. Smith claims to have made discoveries in the science of Phrenology that enable him, by an examination of the 
head, either blind-folded or otherwise, io determine the diseases to which the person is constitutionally subject, or 
whether the disease at the time afflicting the person is the result of an accident or hereditary weakness, whether con- 
sumptive, dyspeptic, rheumatic, apopletic, neuralgic, or seminal. Especially does the form of the head indicate the 
strength of the uterine and reproductive system. 

The head is also an index of the natural strength of the lungs, heart, stomach, liver, kidneys, spleen, back or verte- 
bra, and it determines the power of the system in warding off and overcoming diseases of all kinds. 

Phreno Examinations and Consultations in regard to Health, Free, from lO A.. M. 
to a P. SI. 

We have the Electro, Russian, Turkish and Thermal Baths, and every form of Medical Baths for Ladies and Gentle- 
men, from 9 to 6, and on Sundays, from 7 a. m. to 1 p. m. 

ORFAX RF»UCTI09r IIT PRICES. 

We now give patients four weeks Hygienic Medical Treatment, with Board and Room, for $60, (in ordinary cases). 
Board, S6 per week ; with room, from 87"to 810. Medical Batlis from 50 cents to §1 each, or 12 for 810 ; 20 for 815. 

We have a separate Medical Deparlniont for Ladies, which is attended by a thoroughly competent woman, while 
the private residence of Dr. Smith, which is connected with the Home, is chiefly devoted to the accommodation of 
ladies desiring Hygienic Treatment. 



Ix SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



DOQE * Ci M O O 33 33 ^ 

ATTORNEY & COUHSSLOR AT LAW, 

Nos. 25 and 26 Court Block, ^i^ff i^EAM^Si^O, "SiLLo 

DivelUng, Corner Steiner and McAllister Streets. 



(ADVOCAT FRANgAIS) 

Atteree J aid €0iiEsel©r at Law 

COUET BLOCK, ROOM No. 7, 

Entrance— 636 Clay Street and 635 Mercliant Street, 



LEANDER RANSOM, 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

Ami Prattlial irar¥#f©r^ 

ALSO, LATE STATE LOCATING AGENT FOR SCHOOL LANDS. 



Having 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 ten years, and having provid- 
ed 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 apper- 
taining to the entry, location, purchase or sale of the same. 

^W Maps and Plats furnished when required. 

Field Notes of Intricate Surveys platted, and quantities calculated. 
Deeds with difSlcult descriptions carefully drawn. 

Field Work, cither Surveying or Levelling, executed promptly, and every other kind of business 
connected with Public Works or Lands attended to with dispatch. 

Office, South-west corner Montgomery and Jackson Streets, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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JOHN SPRUANCE. 



JAMES SPRUANCE. 



C. C. CHAPMAN. 



J. & J. SPRUANCE, 

SUCCESSORS TO J. C. HOE^N & CO. 
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In 




ilK. 






No. 415 FRONT STREET, 



0mmw^i0i 



fe 



Wo. 302 Battery Street, 



^^ClSJ' 5;S=»02.,i£i.S3'C:^I2^C^(X>3 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 




Nx 121 FRONT ST ^ 



RONTST 

(Bet. Cal.i Pine Sts. 




Samuel C. Gra 



. vray, 

San Fr 



Joseph Boston,/ '»«ita Cruz. 



GRAY, JONES & 00. 



DEPOT OF THE 



siNTi mm immm. 



"^^avta^c^^ 



TI=Lj3L3DE; 



'SJLj^'^^.IS^. 



^4 N N E^^ 

^ E.JONES&C? ^ 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

NO. 418 BATTERY STfiEET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixiii 

POPE & TALBOT, 

Mannfacturerg and Dealers in 

GANG AND CIRCULAR-SAWED 

PUGET SOUNB LUMBER, 

OFFICB, PIER 12 STEWART STREET, 

SPAES & PILES, all sizes, always on hand, for sale by the cargo or singly. 

Also, JLaths, Pickets, Shingles, Tongued and Grooved Flooring. 



TAYLORVBLLE, MARSN CO., CAL. 

S. P. TAYLOR & CO., - - - Proprietors, 

Manufacturers and Importers of all kinds of 

PAPER WAREHOUSE, NO. 416 CLAY STREET, 



THE HIGHEST PMICE PAID FOR MAGS, ROPE, ETC. 



ARiaES «£ DAIaXMAaKE, 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



^'T? 



BRUSHES, TWINE, COBDAGE, ETC. 

-♦-. 

MANUFACTURERSOF 

g4sif eiii4 FMis, 1 lis, iieoiis, its. 

ISTos. 215 and 217 Sacramento Street, 

Between Front and Davis Streets, . i^U S'lEii'irSIIglgDo 



ISAAC E. DAVIS. SIESTKY CO\r£I.I.. 

MAIIfUFACTlTKERS 

SAMTA CRUSE LIMB 



5" 

AWD IMPORTERS OF 

Cement, Plaster, Hair, Monterey Sand, Lath Nails, 

ia^ai?^c^Qii3j2^ac^Ds.^9 opair^c^ c^r^i-^q im<i^Q» 

CORNER FRONT AND WASHINGTON STS., SAN FRANCISCO. 



Ixiv SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 





PACIFIC 

Location at Potrero, beyond Long Bridge, 



Have on hand Coopers' Stock of all descriptions ; and are fully prepared to manufacture to order 
packages of all kinds and sizes. 

FLINT, PEABODY & CO., AGENTS. 



EDTVARD 9CAKTI3r. ». V. B. UENABIE. 

B. MARTIN & CO. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

WIS AID imm, 

408 FRONT STRBST^ 




a. ISAAC. H. BOBITSCHECK. 

IMPORTERS OF 
PLAYING CARDS, BLANK BOOKS, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPERS. 

PAPER BAC3S, ETC., ETC. 

3xrc». sia s-A.Krso33wi stxleet, 

COESER Merchant, SJixT 3'3UxfS23SD;, SMla 

A LARQE ASSORTMENT OF 

Essences and Oils for Liquors, and Liquor Labels constantly on hand. 



ANDREW WELCH. R. D. WELCH. 

XTiT" 3E5 I^ O 3E3E cfe CI! O ^ 

IMPORTERS, SHIPPING AND 

Commission Merchants, 

525 FRONT, COR. JACKSON, SAM FR AMCISCO, CAl. 
AGENTS FOR S. P. MOODY & COS SAW MILLS, 

BURRARD INLET, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



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T O L ^ ND 




SAKT FRAKTCISGO, GAL. 



The annual Course of Lectures of this Institution commences on the first Monday of June, and continues 
four months. 

During the regular term, the students will have an opportunity of visiting the various hospitals of the city, 
under circumstances which will enable them to obs<^rve medical and surgical treatment, to listen to clinical 
teaching, and make records of the progressive development of diseases, with the results of Medicine and 
Hygiene. The Faculty desire to call attention to the following local advantages : 

1st. There is no climate, perhaps, in the world, which has a more invigorating effect upon persons coming 
from the interior of our States and Territories, thereby qualifying the votaries of study with essential health 
and inspiration. 2d. No city of the same population has more ample hospital facilities or greater opportuni- 
ties for organizing and maiotaining the very best elements of clinical teaching. 3d. The singular characteris- 
tics of our climate are such, that every branch of Medical study can be prosecuted during the entire year. In 
winter or summer, dissections can be made without detriment to the health of the student. 

Fees and Regulations. 

The aggregate Fees of the Professors for a full term $130 00 

The Matriculation Fee (this fee is paid but once) 5 00 

The Graduation Fee 40 00 

The Demonstrator's Ticket 10 GO 

MEQUIREMENTS FOR GRADTTJLTION. 

1st. The candidate must be 21 years of age. 

2nd. He must have attended two full Courses of Medical Lectures, one of which must have been delivered 
in this Institution. 

3d. He must have attended a Course of Practical Anatomy in the dissecting room. 

4th. The candidate must have studied Medicine for three years (the terms of attending Lectures included) 
under the direction of a respectable medical practitioner. 

5th. He must write a Medical Thesis, and submit the same to the Faculty two weeks prior to the commence- 
ment. 

Graduates from other Medical Colleges, in good standing, are required to Matriculate only. 

BOAItniyG. 

Students can obtain good Board in the city, at prices varying from five to ten dollars per week. 
Application for further information may be addressed to the Dean. 

I 

Board of Trustees. 



J. JEt. FEIL.T01V, President. 

Ex-Gov. F. F. Low, 
Ex-Lieut. Gov. T. N. Machin, 
Hon. Milton S. Latham, 
Hon. Stephen J. Field, 
Hon. George Pearce, 
Ira P. Rankin, Esq., 
John 0. Earl, Esq., 



TTtA. F. TEi,A.lS:ELTl^, Secretary. 



James P. Whitney, M. D., 
J. B. Felton, Esq., 
Sam'l J. Bridge, Esq., 
Lloyd Tevis, Esq., 
Wm. Blanding, Esq., 
Jno. Sime, Esq., 
A. J. Bowie, M. D., 



E. J. Pringle, Esq., 
A. Hollub, Esq., 
Thos. H. Selbv, Esq., 
Ex-Gov. P. H. Burnett, 
Ex-Gov. John G. Downev, 
Hon. H. P. Coon, 
Hon. Frank McCoppin, 
Andrew Glassell, Esq., 

Medical Faculty. 

H. H. TOLAND, M. D., President, Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery ; JAMES 
BLAKE, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children ; L. C. LANE, 
M. D., Professor of Anatomy; CAMPBELL SHORB, M. D., Professor of Physiology; J. F. 
MORSE, M. D. Professor of Clinical Medicine and Diagnosis; THOS. BENNETT, M. D., 
Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine; HENRY GIBBONS, M. D., Professor of 
Materia Medica; THOMAS PRICE, M. D., Professor of Chemistry. 

THOMAS BENNETT, M. D., Dean of Faculty. 




ROBISON & ROMAINE, 



OENERAL 



AOENTS FOR EASTERN MANUFACTURERS. 



CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED 

AND 

Collections attended to, both in New York and California. 
ALL CUSSES OF GOODS SHIPPED UPON ORDERS. 

— »» » 

Particular attention given to the Purchasing and Shipment of all 
hinds of Machinery in the Eastern States. 

TO THE TBAJyE: 

Welare ConstaEtly Receiyins, direct froi tlie Eastern Market and Mannfactnrers: 

The Celebrated Brands, Excelsior and A. Graham's 

BESTN. Y. HA ND-MADE HORSE AND OX NAILS. 

CUMBERLAND COAL, in casks and bulk; LEHIGH COAL; KORWAT SHOE SHAPES; NAIL and 
SPIKE RODS; SPEAK & JACKSON'S FILES and RASPS; GAS PIPE and FIXTURES; COMMON 
and GENUINE CONCORD AXLES, all sizes; SMITH'S & SAUNDERS' BEST HALF PATENT AXLES; 
M. J. COLEMAN and SKELLEY'S PHILADELPHIA NORWAY EAGLE CARRIAGE and TIKE BOLTS, 
Etc.. Etc., which we offer at prices varying from live to thirty per cent, less than Jobbers' quotations. 

.AJL.SO, -A-QENXS FOU 

JONATHAN KITTREDGE'S CALIFORNIA MADE 

IFiE© ami BmfglaE ]^E@@t iatese 

Warranled equal if not superior to any Eastern made Safe* in the market. Try them . 

Mr. Romainc's long past experience and familiarity with the Eastern Market, will insure any orders or J 
business entrusted to our care prompt execution. 

CHAS. F. ROBISON, 215 California Street, 

SAJV FRAJ^CISCO, CAL. P. 0. Box, 1918. 
Eastern Office, No. 78 Cedar Street, New York. 
N. T. ROMAINE, Manager. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixvil 

J. H. FULLER. S. S. SWEET. 

FULLER & CO. 

Commission Merchandise 

And Patent Right Agency, 

No. 109 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

I>-A^XE2SrXElD AJiTICLES, I^^fl^TBlSTT HIO-IIXS, ETC. 

Particular attention given to introducing new articles in the Pacific States and Territories as Agents of Manu- 
facturers or Patentees. 

Agents for BODINE & CO.'S JONVAL TURBINE WATER WHEEL, and ANDERSON'S PATENT 
MULEY S.'VW HANGINGS. 

AGENTS AND CANVASSERS SUPPLIED. 

References : — Messrs. Lamson & Leonard, 18 City Exchange, Boston ; Messrs. R. L. Day & Co., 31 Kilby 
Street, Boston ; Messrs. Bodine & Co., Westfield, Mass.; Mt. Morris, New York ; Dewey & Co., Mining and Scientific 
Press, San Francisco. 

Correspondence, Circulars, Terms, Etc., Solicited. 



DEPOT FOR 



No. 587 Market St., opp. Occidental Narket, San Francisco. 

Constantly on hand Milk Wagons, Light Express, Thoroughbrace and Lumber Gears, Extra Poles, 

Extra Whiffletrees and Lead Bars. 

». J. aiII.I.8. irSE. EVABTS. 

F. GRACIER. C. B. HEALD. O. BONNEY, Jr. 

GRACIER, HEALD & BONNEY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

AGRICULTORIL, iEIST MILL, 

Ami W 00i Wtrttag HaiMitff • 

JOB PLAMG, SAWIN& AND TURMG OF ALL DESCRIPTMS, DONE WITH DISPATCH. 
S, :E, Cor, Mission and Beale Streets, San Francisco, 



Ixviii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



H. M. NEWHALL. J. O. ELDRIDGE. G. PALACHE. 

H. M. NEWHALL & 00. 

A^XJCTIONEERS 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

FIRE PROOF BRICK, 

309, 311, 313 Sansom Street. 

REGULAR S^LE DA.YS, 

MOjYDAY and TRUE SB AY- Catalogue Sale of Boots, 
Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Fancy Goods, etc. 

WED.YESDAY- Catalogue Sale of Dry Goods, Silks, 
Embroideries, French Goods, etc. 

Cagsh Atl-vaiioes on IMer-eliaiidlise fbi* SSale. 



ADELSDORFSR BROTHBRS^ 

Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Cutlery, 

IVos. 31 and S3 Battery Street, 

Between Pine and Bush, SAN FHANCISCO 



ELBERT WISE. PHILIP AXSPACHER. SIMON ANSPACHER- 

AVISE & A.NSPA.CHER, 

Importers and Dealers in 



And Agricultural Implements. 

AGBXCY RBMJJXGTOK FIR3S ARMS, 

[ S. W, Cor, Battery and Washington Streets, 

j Opposite the Post Office, S^iSf 9]&iiSTS3S<9®» 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Ixix 



WM. SHERMAN & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 



i: 



9 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS & VALISES. 

WE ARE RECEIVING, BY EVERY STeImER, 

SUPERIOR AND MEDIUM CLOTHING OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, 

ALL OF WHICH WE WAKRANT TO BE OF THE MOST SUPERIOR MAKE. 

Our Merchant Tailoring Department is Complete. 

SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS, 

LADIES' FRENCH TRAVELING TRUNKS, VALISES AND SACKS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

60S IVIOIVTG^O IVtER-^i" S T li E E T , 

HAST SIDE, SORTS OF CZAT. 

Jt^" Orders for CUSTOM CLOTHING will receive our most careful and prompt attention. 



L. FELDMANN. 



H. CORDES. 



L. FELDMANN & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



Twines, Lines, Children's Gigs, Bird-Oages, Toys and 

ian ffpaEcliio Irnil f aetorft 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 



315 and 317 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, 



Ixx 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



WILLIAM CRAINE, 
No. 634 Washington Street, 

SAW ERASrCISGO. 

OFFERS HIS SERVICES FOR THE PREPARATION OF ACCURATE 



FOR BTjiLrmsras 

Of every Description, and to Superintend the Erection thereof. 



mu mmum, lEiiMiB isb i iiiii. 



No. 427 Montgomery Street, 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 




I m m^ 




M'^^ 




\f^r- 



iJi JiJJi, 



BERLIN ZEPHYR WOOLS, 

EmbroiderieSj, Patter-aSj CaaraSj 

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



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Ixxi 



CHARLES G. EMERY & CO. 



I3S4CI>OIl.a?EItS OF 



AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 
PBOJPRIETORS OF THE 

Greefl Seal aMGoIto Seal MiDsToliacGfl, 

BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND JACKSON. 



IMPORTERS, JOBBERS, AND RETAILERS IN 




M 



BEITANNIA k PLATED WARE, 

CUTLERY, 



LAMPS, CHIMNIES, ETC, 

540 Kearny Street, 



NEAR SACRAMENTO, 

SAN FRANCISCO 



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



Ixxii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 


Laurel Hill 


c. 


EMETERY, 


(FORMERLY LONE MOUNTAIN 




Office, 601 California Street, S 


. w. 


corner Kearny 


ROOM No. 


1. 




TRtJSTBBS 


: 


W. K. Van Alen, H. L. King, 




M. S. Latham, 


N. LuNiNG, James Otis, 




N. Gray, 


H. M. Newhall, C. C. Butler, 




J. H. Redington. 


JAMES OTIS, President, 






W. C. RALSTON, Treasurer, 






C. C. BUTLEK 


., Secretary, 


GEO. HAYWARD, Sup't. 

i 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Ixxiii 



fSl 0H14?lSf SOnSl XI ^El 01f¥5 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

BEBBINfi & PURHITUBE, 

PULU, CURLED HAIR, 

BED LACE, SPRINGS, TWINE, ETC. 

Manfacturer of FULLER'S PATENT SPRIN& BED; The lies! in use; I can Wamnl tliem. 
120 & 122 SANSOM STRSET, 



THOS. SULLIVAN. A. M. FRATINGER, 

S»'0'Xj.Xj.X'<C7'./kX«' «fi3 OO, 

Successors to MEYER JONASSON & CO. 



€IL#4E ii#l 



]Vo. 14 l>J[oiitg-omer5^ Street, 

First Cloak Store from Market Street, gftfl pR;AtN:QG36@. 



H. F i^ e: e: ]>i: ^^ TV, 

CORNER OF MARKET AND BEALE STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Constantlj on hand and made to order, Stair Bails, Posts, Balusters, Etc, Etc. 



Ixxiv 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



H. A. CRANE. 



W. H. BRIGHAM. 



CRANE & BRIGHAM, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

DRUGS, IDICINES, PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, 

iF-A-KrOTT G-0033S, 
322, 324 and 326 FRONT STREET, Cor. Clay, 



R. C. WALRATH. JOHN V. HUNTER. Z. AMOS 

mrALRATH, HUIffTER & GO. 



Importers and Dealers in all hinds of 



mm, 



Hardwood Lumber, Oak, Ash, Hickory, 3Iaple, IVIiitewood, Black 
Walnut, Ship Plank, Oak Timber, 

LOCUST TREENAILS, MOULDINGS AND VENEERS, STAVES AND HEADINGS. 
IVos. 108 & no IMarket St., opp. IVtaiii, 

AND Nos. 5 A ND 7 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

^^^We pledge that Orders shall receive special and prompt attention. 



MEEKER, JAMES & CO 

IMPORTERS, WHOLESALEIAND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



Corner California and Davis Streets, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



Ixxv 



GEiORGli D. NAPLES. 



ifllf^ 





m^i 




Office— S. E, Cor. Sansom and Halleck Sts, 

S-AN FRA.NCISCO. 






ESTIIvflT-A-TES G-I^VETST 03>T 



mm 



And all Descriptions of Contract Work. 



BRICKS ON HAND AND FOR SALE IN ANY REQUIRED QUANTITY. 



H. SPRi:CKr.ES. 



C. ]HA]VO£I.S 



MMIY BREWERY, 



SPEECKLES Sc GO., Proprietors. 










GO 



756 & 758 HOWARD STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

This Establishment has been enlarged for the third time duringlhe past season, and now pos- 
sesses facilities unsurpassed by any competitor for the production of 



TO SUPPLY THE INCREASING DEMANDS OF THE PUBLIC. 
F. HAOEIKAirsr. C. 



Ixxvi 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



BARTON A RUTTESR^ 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

GUNS, PISTOLS, FISHING TACKLE, 

Pocfeet Catlery, Etc*, 

SPORTING APPARATUS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

No. 609 Clay Street, near Montgomery, San Francisco. 

SOI.E AOEXT8 FOR 

ALEXANDER'S CELEBRmD POCKET CUTLERY FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 



JNO. C. BARTON. 



R. A. RUTTEE. 



•%F. X. MII,I.EK. 



F. HAI^FX. 



WMMM mm-MM WMM 




iiS) 



Constantly on hand and made to orelcr 



PILASTERS, BEADS, CASINGS, PANEL WORK, BASE MOLDINGS, 

And every description of Inside Finish. BRACKET and 8CROI..r. SA.'WI'XG. 

Also, IFOOD TCRariSO, in all its branches, done with dispatch. 

MILLER & HALEY, Proprietors, 
29, 31 & 33 Fremont St., Dear Market, San Francisco, Oal. 



CUUNTKY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixxvii 



J.B.KNAPP. D.T\-.GEANT. 

KNAPP & GRANT, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



ASD DEALERS !>' 



ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, 
FUXJITS, 

ALSO, 

LEATHER, HIDES AND WOOL, 

RECEIVE, BUT, SELL AND FORWARD GOODS. 

ORDERS & CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. 

No. Ill WASHINGTON STREET, 



D. A. M^CDOXALD, ) j J. McGILL, 

J. H. 3IACD0XALD, | 1 H. CHATMAN. 

D. A. MMDOMIiD M GO. 

SAWING & PLANING MILLS, 



AND MANUFACTUREE3 OF 

DOORS, SASHES, 

COR. MARKET AND BEALE STREETS, 



PINISHINQ WOEK FOR BUILDINGS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND GOT 
UP TO ORDER. 



Ixxviii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



MARSH, PILSBURY & CO. 



IMPORTERS OF 






N. E. Corner Fro nt and Pine Streets, San Francisco, Cal. 

-A-G-EISTTS FOR. 

Ne^v Bedford Coppei* Go's Slieet and Bolt Copper, 

Morse's Patent Twist Drills, 

American Brass Tube Go's Seamless Tubes. 



MACHINISTS' A ND TIHH E RS' STO CK AND TOOLS. 

Anvils, Vices, Files, Xuts, Bolts and Washers, 

AXLES 4- SPRLYGS, Axes, Shovels, Sledges, Picks, 

Axe, Pick and Powder and Fuse, Copper Rivets and Butts, 

Sledge Handles, Lace Leather, Rubber <^' Leather Belting, 

Rubber Hose, LROK PIPE, BLACK and GAL VAJ^IZED. 



GEOE6K Campbell. E. D. Eeatlet' 

DICKSON, DE WOLF & CO. 

410, 412, 414 Battery Street, SAH FMNCISGO. 



CAMPBELL, HEATLET & CO. 

11 George Yard, Lombard Street, 
LONDON. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



Ixxix 



JAS. LINFORTH. 



E. B. RAIL. 



F. D. KELLOGG. 



LINF0RTH,KELL0a6 ScRAIL, 

(SUCCESSORS TO L. B. BENCHLEY & CO.) 

lnoriean^ Eaglisi mi ^mmm 




/^ricultural Implements & Mining Tools, 
Nos. 3 and 5 Front Street^ 

Near Market, SAN FRANCISCO. 



CS> 



^^*■»^""•"^«,^ 



iaiJE>ORT£S8 A^ND I>i:Ar.£KS IST 



GO 




CO 



GO 



<*, 



36 MONTGOMERY STREET, CORNER SUTTER, 






Ci- 



Ixxx 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



J. K. PRIOR 

Importer and Dealer in all kinds of 





AND PLUMBmG MATERIALS, 

730 Montgomery Street^ 

NEAR JACKSON STREET, 0pp. Metropolitan Theater, 
S ik H F R iV ]!« C J S C O. 



Fancy and Plain Wash Basins, 

MARBLE SLjiBi, 

Mlvn §hM &My, §Mfe ®wfe, ^Ii^rt %iM, 



ipe, 



SHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPE, 

ilied i 

ALL SIZES, FOR 

GAS, STEAM AND WATER, 

In lots to suit, together with Elbows, Tees, Return Bends, Stop Cocks, Plugs, 
Bushings, Nipples, et-i.| ■•bber Hose, Hose Bibbs, Hose Pipes, etc. 

The Celebrated Medal and Monitor Ranges, 

COPPER BOILERS, ETC. 

Gas and Steam Fitting and Plumbing in all its branches. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixx 



SAVINGS & LOAN SOCIETY. 

IlSrCOIlP»OI?,A.TEID, ISTH -A.I'RIIL., 1859. 



N. E. COR. MONTGOMERY AND MAEKET STREETS, 



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 Savings 

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. 0. SULLIVAN. 

TREASURER EDWARD MARTIN. 

ATTORNEY RICHARD TOBIN. 

Any person can become a member of this Society on paying 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. 

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



B. Mcquillan & son, 

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

WALNUT, ROSEWOOD, AND GILT 



XflOOKING- GInASSSS, 

ENGBAVIHGS, CHROMOS, UTHOGRAPHS, ETC. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

ITo. 209 & 211 LeidesdorfT St. 

Between Commercial and Sacramento, SAN FRANCISCO> 



Pictures, Diplomas, and Business Cards Framed, on the most reason- 
able terms. RE-GILBIKG done in the best manner. 



Ixxxii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



N. W. Cor. Howard and Spear Sts. 

mini; anb flaninc, 

Turning and Scroll Sawing, 



Manufacturers of 



@l€lai^^. ia^&s Bliffit® 



Adams, Blinn k Co. C. J. Prescott. J. D. Tanet. James Taney. 



Mc. De Kirwan. N. Landrt, Late with Abel Guv. 



r & 1 



Brokers, Agents and Collectors. 

Fill Z\m laten of Real Estate oi Reasoialile Terms, 

E$nt$ EomittoS Hontltly Wli^rovor B^$ir$d. 

OFFICE, No. 24 MONTGOMERY STREET, Opposite Lick House, 

:i3-u.fiil33Le6is ZZo-ULX>is, troTOOL & jA.. AC to 4 Z=*. TSOL. 

Mauc De Kirwan. Norbert Landry. 



ADVERTISING- DEPARTMENT 



Ixxxiii 



KELLY, WALSH & CO 






IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



101, 103 & 105 Front St, & 110 Pine Street, 



JV. B. — The Largest Stoeh of Goods in the City, at 
Lowest Rates- 



JAMES R. KELLY. ] 
WALTER WALSH? f 



S C. D. OSULLIYAN. 
\ J. B. OLIVER. 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



AND 



IF'us^XLislilxi.g; CBrOOds, 



M BATTERY STREET, 



^KE Wliii.^m.%m. 



ELFELT, LEVI & CO., No. 132 Church Street, New York. 



k mmm 

And Commercial Agents of the 

GIANT POWDER COMPANY. 

OFFICE, 210 FRONT STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Ixxxiv 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



W. G. WEIR, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




No. 113 Hayes Street;, 

Near the Junction of Market and Ninth Sts., 3J!^;^ 3"3A!Sr-52350i 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixxxv 

J. TT. BRITTAX. ) (C. HOLBROOK. 

A. D.McDOXALD. ' | J- F. MKRRILL. 

C. MERRILL. ) ( M. L BRITIAN. 

BRITTAN, HOLBROOK Sc CO. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

STOVES, 

TIN FliATS, SHEET IHON, 

Pipe, Pumps, Zinc, Wire, Copper, 

Tinners' Stock, Tools, and Maoliines; House Furnishing Hardware, 

And Manufacturers of Tik, Sheet Irox, and Copper Ware, 

Nos. Ill & 113 California and 17 & 19 Davis Streets, 

Nos. 176 & 178 J Street, Sacramento, Cal. 
And Main Street, Austin, Nevada. 



UNION MUTUAL 



BOSTOIV, 3j:ass. 



i:MOOPtI^OIi^A.a?EID, 1848- 

PURESIiiY IVIUTUAI^. 

Aiseti OTer . ^ ^ ^ ^ i5|000|000« 

HENRY CROCKEE, President. ^ ^ W. H. HQ LLISTER, Secretary. 

v4n Profits to Policij Holders on the Contrihution plan. Dividends de- 
clared annually, and applied after second payment. A Loan of forty 
per cent, on amount of premium when desired. Payments may he 
made annually, semi-annually , or quart zrly. 

-A-LX. POLICIES 1ST O KT-FOIIFEIT A.B LE - 
CAI.IFO«3iIA. BKAXCH, SAX FKA:SfCI8CO, 

S. W. CORNER CALIFORNIA AND KEARNY STREETS. 

H. H. JOHNSTON & CO., General Managers. Agents Wanted. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixxxvil 



TOBIN, DIXON & DAYISSON, 

IMPORTBBS AND JOBBERS OF 

HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS, 

Pocket Cutlery, Yankee Notions, Etc. 

North-west Corner Sutter and Sansom Streets, 



McGAIN, FLOOD & McCLURE, 

Iraporters and Jobbers of 

FOEEIGN AND DOMESTIC 

HOSIERY, WHITE GOODS, BLANKETS, &:c. 
iOB & 111 Fine Street^ 

(Between Front and Battery) B^sM WM.J^M^1LB<^V):. 



MORRIS WCRKHEIM, MAX WURKHEIM. 

Illo. 20. 

Successors to 3IEYER, WURKHEIM ȣ CO. 

CLOTH & eLOlK HOUSE, 

20 nVCONTOOlVlEIlY^ STREET, 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



THE PACIFIC IRON WORKS 




EMKR.VCINi; 




MACHINE, BOILER, FORGING AND SOUTHING, 

PATTERN AND WOOD WORK DEPARTMENTS, DRAWING AND LIBRARY ROUMS, &c. 

G-oddard & Co., Proprietors 



IKA P. RANKIX. 



ALBERT r. BRAYTOy. 



A. C. AUSTIX. 



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

Our patterns, in variety and extent, are unsurpassed; embracing Ihe latest improvements in all classes of ma- 
chinery, adapted to use on ihis coast. Our several departments are well equipped with skillful workmen, and efflcient 
tools; enabling us to execute all orders entrusted to us promptly, and in the most workmanlike manner. With ample 
facilities for doing work, as also for procuring our supplies from' tirst hands, we are enabled to give our customers flrsU 
class machinery, at prices frequently paid for inferior work. The most skillful designing and engineering talent, apply- 
ing to the various branches of mechanical work, constantly at the service of our customers. 

We would call particular attention to the fact, that we have secured the exclusive right of manufacture for this 
coast of the celebrated Hartford Kncike, which is conceded to be the most economical and pertect working engine 
now in use. Orders for all classes of Machinery, Castings, or Boiler Work, promptly executed at the most reasonable 
raies .Sole agents for HlstooNS I'atknt GcjvkbnoR, the Ixst Engine Regulator iii use. 

Particular attention given to Steamboat and .Steamship Work. Mining and Hoisting Machinery- of the most 
approved construction. 

ooi>i>^vrti> sc oo. 

First and Fremont Sis., Between Mission and Howard, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixxxix 



HENRY F. WILLIAMS. ROBERT C. PAGE. 

HENRY F. WILLIAMS & CO. 

No. 407 CALIFOENIA STREET, 



Prompt attention will be given to all itatters pertaining to REx\L 
ESTATE, such as 

Buying and Selling on Commission, Negotiating Loans, Collecting Eents, &c. 



Theodore' yoizin. gfstavus ris. 

VOIZIM, RIS & GO. 



JOHN B. LUTHER, - - - - Auctioneer. 



BETWEEN SANSOM AND BATTERY. 



SALE DAYS 



TUESDAY & FRIDAY— Catalogue Sales of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hard- 
ware, Fancy Goods, etc. 
THURSDAY— Regular Catalogue Sale of American, English and French Dry 
Goods, Silks, Embroideries, etc. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



SWEETT & (WADSET, 

OAAAje^ ^aaaL ^'m^\ b) v)Ai\^aAun^\>aA) 



No. 151 Third Street^ near Ho'warcl^ 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

GLASS, BRUSHES, &C. 




rS??^ "^WM^TWF^^ ^^' /^.^.ij /f/f^T^ 



J3^ ^ SUBERIOB MAXNEB 



Estimates Given from Plans & Specifications 



miED PAINTS OF EVEEY COLOR 

ALWAYS ON HAND READY FOR USE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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HATS & HAT MATERIAL 

No. 628 Commercial & 637 Clay Sts, 

S^N FRA.NCISCO. 



J. G. MEUSSDORFFER & BRO. 

IMPORTERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX 




i m i^ m w 



FURS, TRIMMINGS, TOOLS, 

And everything requisite for the manufacture of HATS. 



Our long experience in San Francisco, and extensive connections in 
Europe and the East, enable us to he in constant receipt of the choicest 
qualities in Latest Styles. 

Our stock is the largest and most select, and our facilities superior 
to any other House on this Coast. 

Dealers who buy on short time, or for Cash, will find it greatly to 
their advantage to favor us with a, Call at 628 COMMERCIAL STREET, 
extending through to 6S7 Clay Street, San Francisco. 



Nos. 635 & 637 COMMERCIAL STREET, 
No. 105 J STREET, 
CORNER D AXD SECOND STREETS, 
CORNER FRONT & MORRISON STS., 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

- SACRAMENTO. 
MARYSYILLE. 

- PORTLAND, O. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



PlIMDlLPHIl 



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Corner of Second and Folsom Streets, 

I TAKE THE PRESENT OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING MY 

Friends and Customers for the liberal support heretofore extended to the 

And notify them that I have added to my Establishment 

lew aai Ixlensiye Buildings 

By which I hope, through the greatly increased facilities now possessed by me, 
to furnish, as usual, 

A SUPEEIOR ARTICLE OF XXX ALE AND LAGER BEER, 

That shall not only equal that previously furnished by me, but con- 
vince them that I am determined to merit their 
continued patronage and support. 

JOHN WIELAND. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. XClll 



ADOLPH A. SON. EDGAR BRIGGS. 

SON & BRIGGS, 

SMOKERS' ARTICLES OF E?ERY DESCRIPTION. 

PORTE MOHNAIES, CAHES, VIOLIH STRINGS, 

AND OTHER FANCY GOODS, 

S, E. COR. SANSOM AND SACRAMENTO STREETS, 



Im. fomtosi bis argx:, 

(Successor to M. LANZENBEKG & CO.) 

IMPORTER OF 

fllHCl CMTIS, CSiilillli, 

VESTIMCS AND TAILORS' TRtiVISMIINGS, 

HATS, SJLK PLUSH HAT ANQ CAP TRIMMmCS, 
626 SACRAMENTO STEEET, SAN FRANCISCO, 

AIND HOUSE IN ]?A.ItIS. 



No. 32 Kearny Street, San Francisco. 

Fli.J^GS, BA.3SrisrEIiS, ETC., ETC. 

Ladies' Dress Trimmings, Under Linen, Hosiery, Zephyr, 

'NO. 32 KEARNY STREET. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Importers, Wholesale and Metail Dealers in 



I=I..A.IlSr -A.lSriD COLOIiEID 



LITHOGEAPHS, OIL PAINTINGS, 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, &c. 

AI.1. rAXTEKXS AX I) 8TYI.ES OF 

OVAL FRAMES. ROSEWOOD AND GILT MOLDINGS, 



Manufacturers of Gold & Carved Frames of every Variety & Style. 

Orders from the Country solicited, and promptly attended to. 

1 M I 

No. 21 Kearny Street^ Neap Market^ 

SAM FRiVNCXSCO. 



PACIFIC MAP lEPiT 



^. GENSOUL, 

PUBLISHER, IMPOETEK AND DEALER IN 



^ (&a& ^ vi^^ ^ "s^ o^^ (&9id dd^ db ^& ^ 
GLOBES, ATLASES, ETC. 

BOOKS, STATIONERY, 

AND 

511 MOiMGOMEllY STREET, 511 

(Between Commercial and Sacramento,) ZM^ FBAH D2§€<0>o 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



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PIONEER IRON WORKS, 

Nos. 225 and 227 Beale Street, 



Between Howard and Folsom, 



KITTREDGE & LEAYITT, 



STEEL LINED 

BANK VAULTS 



SAFES, 
PRJSON CELLS. 

FIRE-PROOF 

x> o o :r s, 

WROUGHT ffiON GIEDERS, 




fm^ 6,000,000 Combination Burglar- 
Proof 

BANK VAULT 



msafe locks, 

NO KEY. 

"SILVER SAFES." 



Latest Improved Shears, Punches, Dies, Etc., 

For Cold Iron 'Works. 



Conslanifyon hand a targe atsortmenl of Flit E ^SOOFDOOSiS AJV^ SHUTTEHS. 



CALIFORHIA 




CALIFORNIA ST., Near Sansom. 



Deposits RfiCfiivefl in Small or Large sms at Iiterest. 

LOANS MADl ON ElAl ISf ATI, 

Ajid to assist industrious persons to erect dwellings. 



REPAYMENTS OF SUCH ADVANCES RECEIVED IN NiONTHLY INSTALMENTS 



E S T-A.B IjI SliElD , 1861. 



THOMAS MOONEY, President. 



XCVl SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



''Formerly of the U. S. Branch Mint, S. F.) 
-A. S S -A. ^ST E R, J^IST JD 3S^ E T -A. 3L, Xj TJ Pt O- I C .A. Li 

CHEjVEIST, 

No. 611 Commercial Street, Opposite the U. S. Branch Mint, 



MEXICAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, 

No. 43 NEW MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE. 



Mexican Cioaranoa Offico^ 

HMC. C3r. 3F»n.ITCH,A.nX>, 

No. 43 New Mercliants' Exchange. 



642 AV^SHi:>raTO:N^ street, 64-2 



MAXrFACTrRER OF 



FLAGS, BANNERS, SCARFS, AND ROSETTES 

ALSO IMPORTEE OF 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

No. 87 California Market^ 

J. 8. Morgan, ) »*♦*,♦ .^*^ * ■^*^*^ ^^ 

aL?Jiil^,J SAN FRAHCJSCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



SAVINGSANO LOAN SOCIETY. 



Incorporated July 23df 1857, 



Between Montgomery & Kearny Streets. 
OFFICERS. 

President, Vice-President, 

E. -^JsT, BXJI^I^- BE]^TJ■- ID. IDEA.]Sr. 

DIRECTORS. 

BEN J. 0. DEVOE, R. J. TIFFANY, T. L. RUTHERFORD, 

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

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

Auditor. Surveyor. Cashier. 

JAMES 0. DEAN. BENJ. 0. DEVOE. C. W. CARMANY. 



PAINTER & GO'S 

Type Foundry, 

510 Clay Street, 

Is an exact duplicate of the celebrated Johnson Foundry, of 
Philadelphia. 

Every article required in a Printing Office 

Constantly on hand at the lowest market price. 



XCVlll SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



F. 8. WEEKS^ D. F. VANLIEW. 

F. S. ITirZIEKS A CO. 

MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN 

PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES. 

Fixtures, Picture Nails, Cords, Tassels, 

American and. English Hollands, &:c. 

No. 638 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. 

Orders solicited and promptly executed. 



Mt ^hh Mutual ^\(t §nmuu 

Company of New York. 
Oasili ^^ssets, #3,000,000. 

CASH POLICIES! CASH PREMIUMS! ANNUAL CASH DIVIDENDS! 
ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES ISSUED. 

niERVIIff TABOR; 

Sole Manager for the Pacific Coast, 

Branch Oflace, No. 6 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, 

OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE. 



NILE! «& DURNSY, 

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Kim AM® MAM»^ 
PIER TABLES, 

OA^A.L, CIRCULAR, &c. 

Engravings, Chromos and Lithographs 

IVo. 225 KEARNY STREET, 

Between Bush and Sutter. 

Steam Factory, cor. Chestnut and Taylor Streets. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. XCIX 



GOTTHARD KOEHLER. CHARLES AUG. RITTER. 

EOlIIiES & 111 f 11, 

(Successors to Frederick R. Reichel,) 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Jewelry anl Site fare, 

ALSO, 

Enameled and Qnartz Jewelry 

MADE TO ORDBM, 

No. 620 MERCHANT STREET, 

Between Kearny and Montgomery, 




tnxvUm Iran Warfe^r^ 

Between Jackson and Pacific, ^AH f BA2f €2§€e„ 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Arcffiectiral ani Ornamefltal Iron ffort 

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

AND ALL KINDS OF 

DONE WITH PROMPTNESS and at REASONABLE PRICES 

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Orders from the Country promptly executed. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



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C. A. McNULiTY, 

Liiif ii ir S 

Adjuster of Clais of all iliils aialnst \k 0, S. Cistoios DepartmeDt, 

AND 

Solicitor for the Memission of Fines, Penalties, 
Forfeitures, &c. 

t^ Represented in the Court of Claims and Executive Departments of the Gov- 
ernment at Washington, D. C, by ROBERT LEECH, Esq., (formerly, for many 
years a Law Officer of the Government in the U. S. Treasury Department). 

In®. If a li Oil Merelmmti^ ixilaig% 



JBATXEKY STKEET, 



OPPOSITE CU8T09K HOUSE, 



♦ 

REFERS TO Messrs. Macondray & Co., C. A. Low & Co., Lazard Freres, Cross & Co., Capt. Oliver 
Eldridge, Agent P. M. S. S Co. ; Messrs. Alsop & Co., Barron & Co., Parrott & Co., Rodgers, Meyer 
& Co., Chas. E. McLane, Esq., Agent Wells, Fargo & Co. ; Messrs. Falkner, Bell & Co., Koopman- 
schap oi Co., R. Feuerstein & Co., B. E. Auger, Esq., Morris Speyer, Esq. 



Carmen Island Salt, 

EQUAL TO LIVERPOOL, AT A MUCH LESS PMICE. 

PUT UP TO SUIT THE TRADE, AND WARRANTED PURE. 



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^^LE:x.^iNi>ii:K. STO^r'T, 



MAXUFACTCKEK OF 



KEROSENE OIL, 

And Importer of Kerosene Lamps, Globes, Chimneys, Wicks, &c. 
OFFICE AND STORE, 512 SANSOM STREET, 

Corner of Merchant, &A.T^ FHA^TSTCXSCO, C-A.!.. 



^CAMPHENE MANUFACTURED FOR THE TRADE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



Paper, Oil Cloth, Window Shades and Furniture Warehouse. 

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

Removed from Clay Street and Corner Sansom and California Streets, 
OPPOSITE New Bank of California, to 

514 Market and 21 Sutter Streets^ 



^nnhctnxtt of Itatl^^r ^tlting antr feting, 



FACTORY, SOUTH PABK MILLS, 

Brannan Street, between Third and Fourth Sts. 



C. E. B. HOWE. H. C. WILSON. ALBERT LAWRENCE. 

PAilffli lAIlliAl ®1I11, 

And "THE WORLD," Newspaper. 

i^aro. ^=23 x'^-A.sinitJca-TOKr &'m.Jss:E3T, 

Exclusive Advertising on all the Steamships of the Pacific Mail Steamship 
Lines, to Panama and China. 



Knickerbocker Life Insurance Co. 

Pacific Branch Office: 137 MONTGOMERY STREET. 
.A^ssets, - - #"7,500,000.00. 

Dividends Aiimaal. 

Restrictions on travel abolished. Policies issued, losses paid, and the general 
business with agents and assured transacted in the same manner as at the prin- 
cipal office in New York. 

MELOON & GOODLOB, Managers, 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



R. C. KIRBY & 00. 



7X1.^.33X3 f r> <! 1VL.AJH.:IS.. 




MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

HEAVY SOLE AND HARNESS 



OF THE ABOVE WELL-KNOWN BRAND. 



OFFICE: 

402 AND 404 BATTBRY STRCBT, 

SMS B'3BASr(BESffl®o 



A. S. EOSENBAUM & CO. 



IMPORTERS OF 



FINS HAVANA CIGARS 

TOBA.CCO, ETC. 

And Sole Agents for the celebrated Peacli Cake Navy Tobacco 
COR. CLAY AND BATTERY STS. 



Rodmond. G-ibbons £ Co. 

No. 108 BATTERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, 

AGENTS FOR 

DuPont's Cannon, Musket, Blasting and Sporting 



Winchester Repeating Arms and Ammunition, 

Lake Superior and Pacific Safety Fuse. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SAIff FRAIffGISCO. 



PHELAN & CO. 



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SACEAMENTO STEEET, 

Corner JLeidesdorff. 

All orders for Bonds, Certificates, Checks, Maps, Fancy 
Labels, and Show Cards in Colors, promptly executed. 



CIV SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



HENRY B. WILLIAMS. HENRY P. BLANCHARD. CHARLES B. MORGAN- 

WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO. 

Shipping & Oommission 

MERCHANTS, 

No. 218 California Street 
San Francisco. 



THOMAS W. MORGAHT, 

Surveyor and Draftsman^ 

No. 528 California Street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 

s-A.3sr rR.-A.3srcisoo- 

JRailroad Work thoroughly understood and properly attended to. 



W. B. O. PEABODY, 

302 IVIONTGOIVIERY STREET, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



SWEETT & 6IBSBY, 

HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 

No. 585 Market Street, 

"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, 




IN A SUPERIOR MANNER. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN FROM PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS 



Mine fkmm m mmi mim 

Always on hand ready for use. 



'© loundpf io. 



411 CLAY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



The following Newspapers and Job Offices are using Type manufactured by the California Typb 
FouNDRT Company : 

ISr E -W^ S I> -A. OP B n, s . 



Daily Alia California San 

Dally Evening Examiner San 

Daily Figaro San 

Daily Chronicle San 

Daily Herald San 

Daily Courrier dc San Francisco San 

Dail V Democrat (German) San 

Dally Abend Post San 

Gulden Era San 

Police Gazette San 

Commercial Herald San 

Sunday Mercury San 

Scientific Press San 

Golden City San 

Pacific San 

La Voce del Popolo San 

Stock Circular San 

La Prenza ilexicana San 

El Tlempo San 

La Lundi San 

Christian Spectator ...San 

News Letter San 

Christian Advocate San 

Alaska Herald San 

El Republicano San 

Calumet San 

La Sociedad San 

Sun 

Sentinel 

Gazette 

Transcript 

Mercury 

Churchman 



Francisco 
Francisco 
Francisco 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Francisco. 
Franc 
Francisco. 
Franc 
Francisco. 
Francisco, 
Francisco, 
Francisco. 
Francisco, 
Francisco. 
...Colusa, 
,Red Blutr. 
.Stockton, 
..Oakland, 
.San Jose, 
...Benicla 



Gazette Pacheco, Cal. 

Sentinel Grande Ronde. Oregon. 

Orcgonian Portland, Oregon. 

Democratic Press Salem, Oregon. 

Chronicle Valk-io. 

Herald Ckiah. 

Banner Yuba City. 

Republican Los Angeles. 

News AVoodbridge. 

Times Eureka. 

Bee Sacramento. 

State Capital Reporter Sacramento. 

Estrella de Occlaente Acapulco, Mexico. 

El Correo del Pacific Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Slate Official Paper Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Democrat Monterey. 

Pioneer San Luis Obispo. 

Tribune San Luis Obispo. 

Iklessenger Downievlhe. 

Sentinel Yuba City. 

Chronicle Markleeville. 

Sentinel Suisun. 

Argus Castrovllle. 

YoloMaU Woodland. 

News Los Angeles. 

Reporter Napa. 

Inland Empire Hamilton, Nevada. 

White Pine News Treasure City, Nevada. 

Herald Yokohama, Japan. 

Alaska Times Sllka. Alaska. 

Enclnal Alameda. 

Record Sacramento. 



book: -A.ITID JOB omcEs. 



BosquI & Co San Francisco. 

Cubery <fc Co San Francisco. 

M. D.Carr& Co San Francisco. 

J. C. Collins <fc Co San Francisco. 

Francis Clark San Francisco. 

J. H. Carmauy <& Co San Francisco. 

Delfebach & Co San Francisco. 

C. Dondero San Francisco. 

Dewey & Co San Francisco. 

Francis, Valentine &, Co San Francisco. 

Frank Eastman San Francisco. 

Leo Eloesser San Francisco. 

Spauiding <fe Barto San Francisco. 

Tnoraas O. Spear San Francisco, 

MuUin, M ahon, Eapp & Co San Francisco. 



TurnbuU <fc Smith San Francisco. 

Wade & Co San Francisco. 

Winterburn <fe Co San Francisco. 

Woodward Jt Co San Francisco. 

M. Weiss San Francisco. 

Wheeler & Co San Francisco. 

Assistant U. S. A. Quartermaster San Francisco. 

H. S. Crocker <fe Co Sacramento. 

John M. Sullivan Santa Clara. 

J. T. Goodman Virginia, Nevada. 

Brown & Deal Grass Valley. 

Luis M. Compuzano Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Dispatch Office Jackson. 

W. D. Carter Portland, Oregon. 

Russell & Winterburn Sacramento. 



TO ANY of whom WE REFER AS TO FINISH AND DURABILITY OF METAL. 



C^Iei^tviJtjjpittg and c^t^r^atjjping in all it^ brau^heisi^ 

We refer to the following books that we have Stereotyped, as samples of our work : 

CONFUCIUS, OR CHINESE CLASSICS. 
NATURAL WEALTH OF CALIFORNIA. 
REPUBLICANISM IN AMERICA. 
VOL. 36 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 
REPRESENTATIVE MEN OF THE PACIFIC. 

And many others, published by Roman & Co. and Bancroft & Co. 

Any article for a complete News or Job Printing Establishment furnished 
with dispatch, and at as low a price as elsewhere. 

WM. FAULKNER & SON, 411 Clay Street, Agents. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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CITY OIT P^RIS 





ER, LELlEf RE & CO 



IMPORTERS AKD DEALERS IJ 



«)BT COOI^S 



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633 CLAY STEEET, BET. MONTGOMERY & KEARNY, 

After March 1st, 1870, N. E. cor. Montgomery and Sutter Streets. 
PAHIS.— No. 5 Rue de Oonservatoire. 



Sturtevant^s Patent 

FAN & PRESSURE BLOWERS, 

or VARIOUS SIZES, 

For Blow Pipes, Forges, Boilers, Furnaces, 
and for Ventilation. 

MARSH, PILSBURY & CO. 

Agents for Patentee, corner JFront and JPine Streets. 




Dudgeon^s Patent 

HYDRAULIC LIFTING JACKS 

Power varying from 4 tons, to 100 tons and upwards. 

Patent Hydraulic Punch Presses^ 
Patent (roller) Tube XSxpanders. 

EICHARD DUDGEON, PATENTEE. 

MARSH, PILSBURY & CO., AGENTS, 

Corner rront and rine Streets- 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



STEIN, SIMON 6c CO, 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX 



BROADCLOTHS AP CASSIMERES 

VestifigSf Tailors* Trimmings , Billiard Cloths, 

Nos. 632 and 634 SACRAMENTO STREET, 

And 631 and 633 Commercial Street, San Francisco. 



Agency for the CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, Etc. 

Manufactured by the Mission Woolen Mills. 



^?=" OKWERS FOK EUROPEABT A.^» AMERICAIT 00008 promptly and care- 
fully filled, for a reasonable commission, by our Bouses — 88 KUE I>£ li'£CIIIQCriER, 
PARIS, and 15S CBAMSERS SXREEX, STEW 'X'ORK. 



TliE 



Seventeenth Year and Thirty-Third Volume commences in 
January, 1870. 

The CALIFORNIA FARMER IS THE ONLY AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL IN CALIFOR- 
NIA, and the only permanently established Agricultural Journal on the Pacific Coast. 

The California Farmer is a large EIGHT-PAGE JOURNAL, devoted to AGRICULTURE. 
HORTICULTURE and FLORICULTURE, and the kindred sciences, and is specially designed to 
advance all the best interests of the cause it pleads, and to elevate, by able essays from the best 
writers at home and abroad, Home I.nterests, and to give an increased prosperity and pleasure to 
the pursuits of rural life. 

No written subject or selected matter, nor any advertisement, such as often disgrace many 
journals, and which poison the atmosphere of the home circle, and tend to debase humanity, can 
ever appear in this journal, its grand object being to nriLD rp, not pi'll down. 

The California Farmkr will be found valuable to every household where education in beautify- 
ing home is desired, and where the " home garden" craves instruction for its care and culture. 

The California Farmkr will be sent to City Subscribers by carrier at Fifty Cents per month. 
Yearly subscribers, by mail, $5.00, always in advance. 

Sample copies sent when desired. 

WAnHEN & CO., JPublishers, 320 CLAY STREET, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



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Siegfried Wertiieimber. 



L. Waterman. 



WERTHEIMBER & WATERMAN 

219 GOmiHIBRGIAi:. ST. 

Between Front and Davis, gj^S 




Mannfactoxers and Wholesale Dealers in the 

CELEBRATED 

Dr. Boerhaave's Stomach Bitters, 

BOONEKAMPE MAAGEN-BITTER, 

&CG , &CC., &C. 



"We also keep on hand a full stock of Liquors, wldch we 
offer to tlie trade at the very lowest market rates. 



I!^=-0RDEES FROM THE INTERIOR PROMPTLY DISPATOHED.=.^ 



JOHN F. BERING. 



JACOB GABEL. 



JOHN H. PAJEKEN. 



GABEL & GO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
(( mTTTl « . T TTlftl^TlTT • I T7T TI ril^Tl 1 riTl JJ 





As a lubricating compound there has been nothing discovered that can compare with it ; 
and the proprietors are determined by a strict attention to its manufacture to make it 

SUPERIOR TO ALiI. OTHERS. 

^= Be sure to ask for " G. & Co's California Axle Grease," and 

look for the Trade Mark on the Red Cover of the package. 

Factory^ 390 Francisco Street^ 
Depots 519 Front Street^ 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



HATS & HAT MATERIAL 



N. E. cor. Montgomery & Bush Streets 

Si^:N" FRANCISCO. 



J. G. MEUSSDORFFER & BRO. 

IMPORTERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 




FURS, TRIMMINGS, TOOLS, 

And eyerything requisite for tlie manufacture of Hats. 

Our long experience in San Francisco, and extensive connections in Europe 
and the East, enable us to be in constant receipt of the choicest qualities in 
Latest Styles. 

Our Stock is the largest and most select, and our facilities superior to any 
other House on this Coast. 

Dealers who buy on short time, or for Cash, will find it greatly to their 
advantage to favor us with a call at 

2f, E. cor. 3Iontgomery and Bush Streets, San Francisco. 



Nos. 635 & 637 COnMERCIiL STREET, - SAX FRAXCISCO. 

No. 105 J STREET, SACRiMEiVTO. 

CORIVER D AND SECOND STREETS, - NARISVILLE. 

No. 72 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, O. 



CXll SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



STATIONERS, 



DIRECT IMPORTERS OF 



WHATMAN'S DEAWING & WRITING PAPERS, 

AND 

JOSEPH 6ILL0TT & SONS' STEEL PENS, 

All of which will be offered in quantities to suit, at reasonable rates. 

Nos. 413 and 415 Sansom Street, corner of Commercial. 



411 M. JORDAN, 411 



NO. 411 IMONTGOMEHY STREET, 

Between Sacramento and California, next to Wells, Fargo & Co's, 
DEALER IN WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. 



DAiriEI. KXIGHX, F. H. BLAITCHAKD, 

Late -Bith 1'. JI. S. S. Co. Late with P. M. S. S. Co. 

KNIGHT & BLANCHAED, 

SEAL ESTATE & HOUSE AGENTS. 

HOUSES BENTED AND liENTS COLLECTED. 

Ho. 320 MONTGOMERY STRBET. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 

For the Year commencing December, 1869 : 



EMBUACISG A 



GENERAL DIRECTORY OF RESIDENTS 

AND A 

BXJSIISrESS DIRECT03?IY; 

A r. 5 o , 

A DIRECTORY OF STREETS, PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC. 
AND A NEW MAP OF THE CITY : 

TOGETHER WITH 

The Consolidation Act and its Amendments ; the Municipal Government ; Societies and 
Organizations, and a great variety of Useful and Statistical Information, 

EXHIBITI.VG AT A GI.A.VCE 

^lu gr00re^.si and ^xt^^nX CatuUtion of the Citn.- 



ELEVENTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



COMPILED BY 

HENRY G. LANGLEY, 

EDITOR OF " PACIFIC COAST BrSISESS DIRECIORT," "STATE REGISTER " AND "PACIFIC COAST ALMAXAC' 



DEPOTS FOR THE SALE OF THIS WORK: 

Office of the Dikectort, Ko. 612 Clay Street, up stairs ; Wsi. B. Cooke & Co., 624 Montgomery Street; 

A. Roman & Co., 419 Montgomery Street ; A. Gensocl, 511 Montgomery Street ; White & Bauee, 

413 Washington Street, and W. E. Loomis, S.E. corner Washington and Sansom Streets. 

FSICE FIVE HOLLARS, GOLD COIN. 



SAN FRANCISCO : 

HENRY G. LANGLEY, PUBLISHER, 613 CLAY STREET. 
Bacox & Compast., Excelsior Stea.m Presses, 536 Clat Street. 

1869. 



She WiU %^mmim of Omenta. 



Division of the Pacific. Deparltnent of California. 

STRICTLY MUTUAL, all policy-holders participating equitably both 
in the management and profits of the Company. Operates through Depart- 
ment and Branch Boards of Trustees. Invests the " net present value " of 
its policies in the districts in which they are obtained, and is thus at once Local 

and National. Twelve hundred of the best business and finan- 
cial men in the West and South are Trustees in the Company, hold- 
ing each a policy for Ten Thousand Dollars ! TwO Hundred and Fifty 

of the most prominent merchants and bankers in St. Louis pro- 
nounce it " sound and reliable beyond a doubt, successful beyond precedent, and 
well and economically managed." 

The business of the month last reported amounted to $3,017,700, in risks, 
and $149,372.10 in premiums ! Even then, not a year old, it ranked, in 
amount of business, the Fifth Company in the United States. 



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

By HENRY G. LANGLET, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the State of California. 



After sixteen months, viz., on the ist Oct., 1869, the following results, as per 
Report of State Commissioner, had been achieved : 

Total Income, - - $1,418,287.22 
Total Assets, - - - $1,049,038.39 
Divisible Surplus, - $160,414.75 

C ^f • ^Premiums and Policies payable in coin or currency, at the option of the 

"^^c^'^^-i ^^ J- J- ROE, President. 

i^lU^^ HOME OFFICE: 

307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis, Mo. 



WILLIAM J. PETTIGREW, 

General Superintendent Division of the Pacific. 



DEPARTMENT OFFICE, 

(For the present,) 

502 raOHTGOlYIBRY STREZEIT^ 

San Fi'ancisco, CaL 



PREFATORY. 



No BETTER evidence of the continued progress and prosperity of the city of San Francisco 
need be required than the pages of the present volume. An examination of the diflerent de- 
partments of the work, and the consideration of a few facts derived therefrom, will unmistakably 
prove that, notwithstanding the recent severe monetary pressure, its progress for the past year, 
in all the elements composing its population and wealth, has been fully equal to any similar 
period of its history. 

The number of references in the present volume is over sixty-five thousand, of which fifty-nine 
thousand five hundred are males over twenty-one years of age, an increase since 1868 of four- 
teen per cent., and over those contained in our issue of 1867 of thirty-three per cent. 

The population of the City of San Francisco, September, 1869, is estimated at one hundred 
and seventy thousand two hundred and fifty, of which fifty-two thousand are white males and 
females under twenty- one and eighteen respectively. The white females over eighteen are esti- 
mated at thirty-four thousand three hundred. The number of Chinese is estimated at eight 
thousand six hundred. These figures are based upon the most reliable data, and may be re- 
garded, in the absence of an official canvass, as a fair approximation of the population of this 
city. Total increase since the Federal census of 1860, fifty-six thousand eight hundred and 
thirty-five — two hundred per cent. 

The number of buildings erected during the year is eight hundred and fifty, of which two 
hundred and fifty are brick. Total number in the city and county, eighteen thousand six hundred 
and fifty-nine. The value of improvements for the year ending June 30th, 1869, is estimated 
between nine and ten millions of dollars, exclusive of the amount expended by the Superintend- 
ent of Streets, one million six hundred thousand dollars. 

The Appendix contains a variety of information connected with our municipal organization, 
the Consolidation Act, with its Amendments arranged under each appropriate head, and several 
Acts of the Legislature referring thereto. There will be also found in this department of the 
work a large number of references to the different organizations in this city, embracing lists of 
the Federal, State, and Municipal OfScers, notices of local Societies and Associations, Churches, 
Military organizations, Incorporatiofis, etc. Attention is invited to a new Map of the City and 
County of San Francisco, and the new Street Directory, including the correct system of num- 
bering the buildings, both of which have been compiled from official sources, and carefully com- 
pared with each street and locality named therein. 

The Introductory and General Review present a diary of the interesting local events of the 
year, brief notices of Schools, — public and private — Benevolent Associations, Banks and Insur- 
ance Companies, and references to the diff"erent mechanical enterprises in operation at the present 
time in this city, together with 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 work are a series of valuable 
Meteorological Observations of the climate of this city from 1850 to 1869, contributed by 
Henry Gibbous, M.D., a description of the Railroads of the Pacific Coast by H. D. Dunn, 
Esq., and a series of tables presenting a correct census of the city and county for 1860, 1861, 
1863, 1868, and 1869 ; also a review of the improvements made from July 1st, 1868, to Nov- 
ember 30th, 1869, and a statement of the number of buildings within the city limits. 

The compiler would respectfully tender his thanks for the prompt cooperation extended by 
public officers and others who have been applied to for information for the work. To his num- 
erous patrons for their substantial evidences of good will, and to Messrs. Bacon and Company, 
to whom the typographical department was intrusted, he would especially offer his thanks. 

The twelfth volume of the San Francisco Directory will be issued in December, 1870. 

San Francisco, December 10th, 1869. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE. 



PKOGRESS OF THE CITY , 

Assessments and Rates of Taxation 

Municipal Kxpenditurcs 1865-1868 

Bonded Debt 

Annual Revenue '..'.'... 

National Census, I860 .' . " 

Population of San Francisco, 1861 

ropulatiou of San Francisco, 1868 

Population of San Francisco, 1869 

City Improvements 

Prosperitv of the City 

Commercial Matters '. . ' 

Real Estate 

Streets and Highways 

Seawall 

State Harbor Commissioners.'.".".'.'.".".'.'.'! 

Board of Tide Land Conunissioncrs 

Grading Operations 

New Buildings 17 

Number of B uildings 21 

gii^L^r^H^S^FF^'lt-S^.".^ COAST.byH.D.Dunn,'E.^q: | 
METEOROLOiaCAL 6BSER'VAT10N's,''by 'lienry 

Gibbons, M.U •i'i 

CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY •« 

GENERAL REV'IEW ;"; J? 

Education and Public Schools 35 

rnivcrsity of California "" 39 

State Normal School [[[ 40 

Private Educational Institutions 40 

City College 40 

St. Ignatius Collcgr, 4I 

Santa Giara College, San Jose ' 41 

St. Mary-s College " 41 

Toland .Mp.lical College '.['.'.'.'.'.'.[['. 41 

CalifcM'vi IV'vi.ifcs fniversity .'...' 41 



SABBA 

SOCIET 

Yo 



-i. BENEVOLENT, Etc... 42 

' 1: .111 Association 42 

'c^rf'.' • V ■■' '■ '"^ "''■"•. ^^**ociation 43 

C:ilifoniiii Labor ami Enipl,ument'Exc'hange";; 43 

< alilonii:i Immigrant I'nidn 43 

MASONIC, ODD FELLOWS, AND RED MEN 44 

II0S1*ITA LS ^^ 

r„;-,.5"^fl-!'irj"^'^'^" Lying-in and Fouiidii'iig Hospital!! 44 

CI'jjIK I r<Kl KS i= 

p?prSlr'.';V!^r*ArJv^^?™CTiVE,'Ll'T'ERARY,ETC. 4.5 

BANKING INSTITUTIONS.'... !;.'.■;;.'.'!:.';;: Ib 

Savingsand Loan ! 47 

Hibernia 47 

Savings rn4on .'.!!!!!!!! 47 

California Building and Savings Bank. . !!!!!!!"! 47 

French .Mutual I'rjvident 47 

Farmer-' an I .\!<rhanics- Bank !!!!!!!.!!!!!! 47 

• German ^ 1 , ;ii_- m I I.M^iri Siicietv i7 

LOC.\L INM 1: AM ;: r iMI'AMlCS 47 

WATI 1: ' '1 
MANi :■ " 



ES-Spring Vailey, 'etc '. .' .' .' .' . 


47 


Mins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 


48 

48 




4S-9 




48-9 


' I'llgS 


49 


11 1,1 less and Saddlery 


49 



Tiu-n , 
Furnii; 
Boot.i 1 1 
Taniuri 

Giinpow.ler-Linseed and Cais'tdrOiis!!!!!!!!!!!! 49 

«ool and Wool Manufactures 4q 

t'nlon Iron Works In 

Miners' Foundry Jn 

Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works ."..'." .'.'!.' .so 

Fulton Foundrv ■" in 

Pacific IronU'orks !"; ?o 

Aitnu Ir<m Works =0 

Vulcan Iron Works in 

Sugar Reflneries ,0 

Steam Marble Works sn 

Cigars : ?y 

CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIEs!!!! !5 

FLUCTUATIONS OF TRADE M 

CHANGES AND REMOVALS.. . 5, 



REGIS;tER OF NAMES «3 

BU1LDIN(;S. KLOCKS, HALLS, Etc !!! '.". 657 

Public Buildings (557 

Wharves— Halls— Blocks— Rows .'.'.'..".'!.'.' G58 

Places of Amusement 659 

Prominent Places mq 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES !... 65* 

State 659 

Citv and County !!!!!!!!!!!!!! am 

Federal tmn 

STREET DIRECTORY ■! kSi 

}^;>'i^>^?';:5. i>'Rectory, trades, etc. .!!!!!.!!!! 675 

CONSOLIDATION ACT ... 747. 

Municipal Elections '. 749 

Paid Fire Department 7.54 

Justices' Court 793 

Personal Property Tax ! . . ! 704 

Delinquent Taxes 795 

Registration of Voters 797 

,.^ Alms House and Quarantine !!!!!!!798-9 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT !.!!!!!!!!. 801 

Board of Supervisors gt'l 

Board of Education ! ! . 801 

City and County Ofldcers ! " ! 802 

State Congressional Districts ! . ' 804 

Judicial Districts 804 

Election Districts go4 

Police Department giM 

„ Fw Alarm and Police Telegraph 805 

FIRE DEPARTMENT !!!!! §06 

Officers and Organization ! ! ! ' 806 

FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICERS 807 

Custom House g09 

United States Treasury sin 

BranchMint gjo 

Surveyor General " sn 

Post Office 811 

COURTS .•■• l\h 

CHURCHES 8I.» 

B ap tis t !!!".....!!!!!!! 8 1 •» 

Congregationalist 814 

Episcopal 014 

M ethodist .'.,'. 816 

Presbyterian glH 

Roman Catholic !!! giq 

S wedenborglan ! jfii 

Unitarian !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! g'il 

Cliinese Mission House ..!!..!!..!!.! 8'22 

Mariners' Church 8''2 

Disciples of Christ ! ! ' 822 

Lutheran 822 

Einanuel Church of the Evangelical Association". 823 

Reformed Church o-i-i 

GreekChurch 823 

Friends' Meeting 091 

Spiritualists..... oM 

Hebrew.: l^ 

ASSOCI.VnONS AND SOCIETIES!!"; 824 

Religious g.14 

Benevolent 825 

JIasonic Fratemitv b."is 

I. 0. of Odd Fello-^i-s Sj't 

Temperance uoi 

Prou-ctive !!!!!!! m 

Literary oi'i 

Historical !!!.':!!.'!;;:;!;:;!!;:; mt 

mimtauy!!!.!!!!.'!!!;!!!!!'! ms 

NKwsi-Ai'Kijs ; SS 

PKKIODHAI.S 4.S 

iN^i liANci: r.iMi'ANiKs. .!!!!:!!!:!!;;■! 4fS 

iln.Ml.s-l KAl) Ass.MIATlONS !!! 707 

minim; ((impaniks 4^j 

?;'■'■ ',',:'\V.'i' '-'^''^ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 743 



A.MERS 



D COMPANIES. 



.... 852 

.... a52 

.... 7:<n 

.... 697 



ci;.Mi;ii.iiiKs 

ADVKKTl.slNi; DEPARTMENT.!!!!!!!!' 
Adverli.iing Department, Eastern 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE. 

Adelsdorfer Bros Ixviii 

American Exchange 61 

Anspacher Abraham.. Ixviii 

Amies & Dallam Isiii 

Asphaltum Pavement Co. 23 

Atwood & Bodwell 60 

Auger, Christiansen <fc 
Co., register of names. 77 

Austin ife Co Ixxix 

Bach John 22 

Bacon & Company, reg- 
ister of names 9 

Badger <fe Lindeubergcr 

xxxi 

Baker & TTamilton xvi 

and ciii 

Baldwin M. M. & Co 20 

Bandmann, Nielsen it Co. 

Ixxxiii 
Bank of British Colum- 
bia xlix 

Bank of California x 

Barrett & S herwood ii 

Barton ife Butter Ixxvi 

Bassctt J 4.1 

Bay Sugar Refinery 37 

Bavley <fe Winter 32 

Bell John C ci 

Benner George L 46 

Bergson Ole 36 

Bernard Charles xxiv 

Bcrnheim & Ehrenpfort. .35 

Berrv <Se I'lace .". 27 

Black&aiiller 50 

lake. Kobbius & Co...xxv 

Borchard C 47 

Bosqui Edward & Co., 
register of names . . 10-852 

Boston Cracker Co 

Bo weu Bros 16 and back 

ot volume 

Bradlev &; Rulofson 45 

Bragg Kobert 49 

Braverman & Levy front 

cover 
British & Foreign Ma- 
rine Ins. Co XXX 

Brittau. Holbrook & Co. 

Ixxxv 

Britton &Key 62 

Brown & Wells 50 

BucknamE. T 48 

Buena Vista Vinicultur- 
al Society, register 

of names 71 

Burnham J. W. & Co 9 

Burns H.J 12 

California IJuilding and 

Savings Bank xcv 

California Farmer.. .-. . .cviii 
California File Manu- 

fiicturingCo 22 

California Ins. Co xliii 

California Mutual Life 

Insurance Co ix 

Caliloruia I'laning Mills 

California Powder Works 

xxxiii 
California Steam Navi- 
gation Co 

California Sugar Refln- 

erv xli 

California Trust Co xi v 

Callaghan Daniel 

Campbell W. C 

Cantrell, Dell & Co lii 

Carmen Island Salt Co c 

Carroll John <fe Co 

Cascbolt it Kerr — '...li 

Casey & Wade 

Charter Oak Life Insur- 
ance Co 20 

Chase & Boruck lix 

Cheny John W 29 

Church Thomas R 42 

City College liii 

CubbM. G~. Ix 



PAGE. 

ConneclicutMutual Life 
Insurance Co., reg- 
ister of names 746 

Cook C.Mrs h4 

Cook M. M. & Sons Iviii 

Cox & Nichols li 

Craine William Ixx 

Crane & Brigham Ixxiv 

Crawford A. <fe Co 39 

Crilly N 5b 

Commercial Union In- 
surance Co 30 

Crockard Hugh 39 

Curtis J. P 51 

Dalngerfield William P.. 63 

Daniel John 48 

Davis & Cowell Ixiii 

Day Thomas front cover 
Descaizo, Lastrcto & Co.. lii 
Dewey & Co.. reg. names. 445 
Dickson, DeWolf ifc Co., 

Ixxviii 

Dietz A. C.& Co 22 

Dillon <fc Drew 46 

Dobrzensky M 35 

Doerger Charles 10 

Dolliver & Brother 51 

Dorsey B.J 42 

Driscoll <fe Hageu 5T 

Dudgeon Eneas 64 

Dunn Horace D.& Co.. 
reg. of names. 657 and 65 

Durein Brothers 40 

DurningT. G. <fc Co 49 

Eclectic Life Insurance 
Co., register names... 78 

Elam & Howes 24 

Elfelt A. B. Ji Co. . . .Ixxxiii 

Emery C. G. & Co Ixxi 

Eureka Hair Co xxiii 

Evans G. A 57 

Falkenstein & Co 1 

Falkner, Bell & Co xxx 

Farrell James 55 

Faulkner Wm. & Son cvi 

!• eUimaiin L. <fe Co Ixix 

Feiikhauscn & Gerichten.28 

Field & Frei 61 

Finley Thomas E 54 

Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. 

xiii and back cover 

Fisher & Co xxxix 

Fisher L. P front cover 

Flanagan Edward 66 

Flint. Peabody <fc Co.xxxvii 

Fourness &, Kaen M) 

Friel William 44 

Frontier <fe t,'o 44 

Freeman B. H Ixxiii 

Fuller ii Co Ixvii 

Fuller FAi7.a Howe Miss. .63 

FultonJohnA 44 

Fulton John J.: 50 

Gabel <fc Co cix 

Gallagher & Lane xcix 

Gallagher, Weed & Co.... 43 

Gannon Peter T xxv 

G arvey & Kimball 21 

Gensoul Adrien, back of 

volume and xclv 
German Savings and Loan 

Society xxxiii 

Ghirardelli D. <fc Co 10 

Giannini P. A 1 

Gibbons Rodniond & Co..cii 
Glasgow Iron and Metal 

Importing Co 15 

Globe Alutual Life In- 
surance Co xcviii 

Goddard <fc Co Ixxxviii 

Gracier, Heald <fc Bonney 

Ixvii 

Gray, Jones & Co Ixii 

Gray Matbias xxii 

Gray Nathaniel <fc Co 29 

Gray R. B. <t Co 

Grosh & Rutherford 47 

Gross L. <t Co 55 



PAGE. 

Haake John C. & Co 85 

Hagar&Co 4 

HallidieA. S. & Co 18 

Hamburg Bremen Fire 

Insurance Co xxix 

Ilanscom & Co 3 

Hawkins & Cantrell 38 

Hawley Marcus C. & Co.. 19 
Haynes & Lawton, reg- 
ister of names 298 

Hayward ifc Coleman.. .xxi 

Heald E. P Ivii 

Heath E. & E. S 49 

Held Brothers xvii 

Heuck Herman 40 

Heverin Michael 11 

Hcyneinann <fe Co xxxi 

Hibernia Savings & Loan 

Society Ixxxi 

Hicks D.ifcCo., reg names 299 
and inside back cover 

HillAVilliam H 28 

Hinckley & Co 6 

HinzCarlE 39 

Hirshfeld Peter 53 

HirstelN. A. <fcCo 19 

Hirth J. &Co 22 

Hitchcock G. B. & Co. .cxii 

Hoa gland <fe Newsom 41 

Hobbs, Gilmore & Co.. .xlvi 

HoldenS. P. & Co xvii 

Home Mut Ins. Co. xxxviii 

Horstmann H. cfc Co 11 

Howe, Wilson ifc Co ci 

Howes George <k Co xv 

Howland & Petersen 27 

HowlandS. W 21 

Houseworth Thomas & Co. 
front cover 

Hncks & Lambert 58 

Hughes Henry Ixi 

Hyde & Chester. 56 

Imperial Fire and Life 

Insurance Co xxx 

Ircdale Alfred S 34 

IsaacJ.<tCo Ixiv 

Jesse <fc Drew 34 

Jessup W. H. & Co 24 

John.son James B 20 

Johnson J. C. <fc Co 19 

Johnson T. Rodgers.. inside 
back cover 
Jones E. H. & Co., reg- 
ister of names 9-851 

Jordan Albert H 42 

Jordan Morris cxii 

Josset J 28 

Kaindler, Scellier, Le- 

lievre <fc Co cvii 

Kallenberg Theodore 47 

Kane A. J 59 

Kelly, Walsh & Co. .Ixxxiii 

Kennedy, Long <fc Co 37 

Kirby R. C. ct Co cii 

Kittredge & Leavitt xcv 

Kittredge Jonathan 8 

Knapp <te Grant Ixxvii 

Knickerbocker Life Ins. 

Co ci 

Knight & Blanchard... .cxii 

KuowlesG. B. &I. H 39 

Koehler & Ritter xcix 

Kohler <fc Frohling front 

cover 

Kuh Leopold xcsi 

Kuner Albert 43 

Landry & Kirwan Ixxxii 

Landsberger I. <fc Co. .xxxii 

Langland & Cameron 24 

Laugley Henrj' G., reg. 

names and adv. dept..66 
Laurel Hill Cemetery.. Ixxii 

Libbey M. L 43 

Licsenfeld Philip 49 

Linforth, Kellogg & Rait 

Ixxix 
Liverpool and London and 
Globe Insurance Co... .1 



PAGE. 

Llewellyn <& Fletcher.... 34 

Lloyd ciii R van 55 

Locan & Co Ixx 

Locke <fe Montague 25 

London ands. F. Pank.xviil 
Loughvan P. F. & Co. .xxxv 
Low C. Adolphe<fc Co.... 62 

Loze Brothers 32 

Lucy Benjamin A 54 

Lynn Boot and Shoe Co.. li 

Lvon&Co - 

Macdonald D. A. & Co 

Ixxvii 

Mace Alfred A 

Macfarlanc, Blair & Co. . .32 

Macken James 23 

Macondray& Co xxxiv 

MagiU A. E. . .register of 

names 398 
MagiU R. H., register of 

names 397 

MahnzHugo 32 

Main & Winchester.. .xxxv 

Mallon & Bovle 

Manhattan Fire Ins. Co... 14 

Slarden & Myrick xxii 

Marks & Calisher 46 

Marsh, Pilsbury & Co. 

Ixxviii and evil 

Martell John 2 

M;irtin Edward & Co... Ixiv 

Jlavtr Joseph 29 

McAfee, Spiers &. Co 8 

McCain, Flood & McClure 

lxxx^^i 
McElwce & Ackermann 

xlvii 
McGregor J. (estate of ).xxiv 

JIcMillan & Kester 2 

McNulty C. A c 

McQuillan Bernard <fe 

Son Ixxj 

Mechanics' Mill and Man- 
ufacturing Co II 

Jteeker, James & Co. .Ixxlv 
Merchants' Mutual Ma- 
rine Insurance Co iv 

Merrill J. C. * Co xlii 

Meussdorfler J. C. & Bro.xci 
and ex 

MenssdoiiTer Konrad 17 

Michels, Friedlander<& Co. 
xliii 

M illcr & Haley Ixxvi 

Miller Leopold 40 

Mills & Evans IxVii 

Mining and Scientific Press 
register of names 445 

MinerL. XCo 27 

Mission and Pacific Wool- 
en Mills Ixxxvi 

Morgan <t Co xcvi 

Morg.an T. W civ 

Mormon Tribune, regis- 
ter of names 299 

Mound City Life Ins. Co. .31 

Moyuihan & Aitken 1\' 

MuUer Adolph...hack cove 
Murphy. Grant <fc Co. ..xxxv 

Nagle George D xxxix 

and Ixxv 

Kathan B. & Co Ixxi 

National Life Ins. Co 31 

New Almaden Vichy 
Water Co., register 

of tiames 531 

New England Mutual Life 

Ins. Co 23 

Newhauer& Co 38 

Newhall H. M. &, Co. .Ixviii 

Nile &, Durney xeviii 

Norcross H. N. Mrs xciii 

North British and Mer- 
cantile Insurance Co.. xi 
North Pacific Transpor- 
tation Co vii 

North Western Mutual 
Life Ins. Co 26 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



Xorthem Assurance Co.. .IS 

ODay William 53 

O'Dohnell Cornelius 53 

Oecidt-ntal Insurance Co.iii 
Oriental Ins. Co.front cover 
Pacific Barrel and Kep 

Factorv Ixi v 

Pacific Ins. Co xii 

Pacific Iron Works.lxxsviii 
Pacific Mail Steamship 

Co V 

Pacific Melodeon .57 

Pacific Oil and Lead Works 
xxxvi 
Pacific Rolling Mill Co. 

xxxvi 
Pacific Saw Hanuf. Co. xlv 

Pacts Jules F 45 

Pamter it Co xcvii 

Palmer W.J. T. <fe Co ....16 

Parker George F 33 

Pasquale E xcvi 

PealxKly W. B. O civ 

Peoples Insurance Co ii 

Pelligrew William J., 

register of names 2 

Pettiucli A: Co .55 

Plielanife Co ciii 

Plienlx Insurance Co 14 

Phoenix & Home Ins. 

Cos., register names 397 
and back of vol 

Plate A. J Isxvi 

Ponton de Arce L xciii 

Pope* Talbot Lxiii 

Portraann J. H. C 47 

Pracv George T 36 

PrinzJohn 36 

Prior J. K Ixxx 

PritchardM. G xc^•i 

Pritzel August 51 

Pulverman <fc Henry, back 
cover 

Ransom Leander Ix 

Redington. Hosteller 4 Co., 

registcrof names. .10-852 



PAGE. 

Risdon Iron and Loco- 
motive Works Co 7 

Roberts James B., reg- 
ister of names 746 

Robison <fc Komaine Ixvi 

RohrleC. C 23 

Roman A. <fe Co. .register 

of names 532 

Rommel, Uohs A Co 52 

Rosenbaum A. S. & Co....cii 
Rosenbaum <fc Friedman. . .1 
Rountree<fc .McMullin....25 
Royal Mail Steam Packet 

Co xxi 

Rover Herman ci 

San Francisco and San 

Jose Railroad Co. . ..zix 
San Francisco Cordage 

Co xxxiv 

San Francisco Pioneer 

Woolen Factory xlii 

San Francisco Savings 

Union xxxvii 

San Luis Obispo Asphal- 

lum Co 41 

Santa Clara College Iv 

Saul<fcCo 36 

vii 
.43 

SchaferJ. F. & H. H 46 

Schmolz William xlviii 

SchnoorC. H 52 

Schreiber Jacob Ixxiii 

Schroder* Co 45 

Soamans Job M. & Co 13 

Selby Thomas H. & Co. ..xx 
Sherman William* Co. Ixix 
Shreve George C. & Co.xliv 

Simmons, Rowe <fe Co 25 

Simpson David lix 

Sims John R 64 

Smith Barlow J lix 

Smith J. H 19 

Smith W 44 

Snook G. & W... back cover 
Snow & Koos xciv 



rxr.E. , 

Son A Briggs xciii 

Spaulding <fe Barto, reg- | 

ister of names 446 

Spauldini; J. * Co .53 I 

Spaulding Nathan W... xlv | 
Speyer Morris. xxix and 

xxxvii 

Spreckels * Co Ixxv I 

Spring Valley W. W..xxvii i 

Spruance J. <fc J Ixi 

Steele James G. & Co., 

register of names 6.56 

Stein, Simon & Co cviii 

Steinweg Charles 38 

Still* Jones 48 

Stockman J. M -35 

Stoddart Da\id 59 

Stott Alexander c 

Strahle * Hughes 13 

Straut, While* Co 52 

.Stringer * Co xxiii 

Sullivan * Co Ixxiii 

Sweelt * Gadsby.xc and cv 

TaaffeG. OHara 30 

Taylor* Cranna.front cover 

Taylor John & Co 15 

Taylors, p. * Co lxiii 

Tence Charles * Co....xIvii 

Tenthorey J. P. & Co 7 

Thompson Brothers 38 

Thomson Thomas 34 

Tilden * Breed xliv 

Tillin;;hast Wm. H. xi and 31 

Titcomb * Williams 21 

Tobiu, Dixon * Davis- 
son Ixxx vii 

Toland Medical CoUege.lxv 
Travelers' Insurance Co 

register of names 398 

Travis* Warner 7 

Trucnipler * Mever 51 

Truworthy F. M". 63 

UUmann M. & Co xvl 

Union Insurance Co xl 

Union Miftual Life In- 
surance Co Ixxxv 



PAGE. 

United States Life Insur 

ance Co 42 

Van .schaack C. P.. reg- 
ister of names 9-R51 

Voizin, Ris 4 Co Ixxix 

Vulcan Iron Works Co 5 

Wakelee C. H. * Co lix 

Walker A Ixil 

W.ilmsley * Smith liv 

Walrath, Hunter* Co.lxxlv 

Warren* Co 52 

Warren * Kemp 41 

Warren. Spadone * Hayes.31 
Washbuni R. E. * Co.xxiv 

Wason * Morris xxv 

Waterhouse * Lester... 

xxvili 

Watkins C.E cxi 

WaUon William S 26 

Weeks F. S. * Co xcviii 

Weil Brothers 54 

Weill * Raas xxxii 

Weir William G Ixxxiv 

Welch* Co Ixiv 

Wells. Fargo* Co viii 

Wertheimber & Water- 
man cix 

What Cheer House 12 

What Cheer Laundry 12 

Whiting M. S. * Co., reg- 
ister of names 9-851 

Whitney George O. * Co 

xxvi 

Wieland John xcii 

Willey O. F. * Co., reg- 
ister ot names 78 

Williams, Blanchard & 

Co x_x\i and < 

Williams H. F. & Co.lxxxlx 

Winkle Henry 

Winter Casimir * Co.. .Iviii 

Wood George M. * Co 41 

Worthington William.... 2« 
Wurkheim Brothers — 

Ixxxvii 
Zeile Frederick liv 



EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS-Page 657. 



Cosmopolitan Hotel, Sevada / Oreiion steam Navigation Co., Portland, Or 

Culver. Page * Hayne, Chicago, lU / ; Prince George A. * Co.. Bufialo, N. Y 



Donald W. C. * Co., Boston. Mass 

Douglass Manufacturing Co., Jf. Y. City i 

Dunn Horace D. * Co., Cal p 

Eagle Printing Ink Works, Boston. Mass g 

Eagle Works Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111 e 

Gouraud F. Dr.. New York City h 

Huma-son & Beckley Manufacturing Co., N. Y. City j 

Lanplev Keniy 6., Cal o 

Mead * Coe, Chicago, 111 k 



Remington Armory, Hon, K. Y 

Rollstone Machine' Works. Kitchburg, Mass,. . 

Rome Iron Works, Rome, N. Y' 

Sargent Card Clothing Co.. Worcester, Mass.. 

Tavlor * Baker. Lowell, Mass 

T'nion Iron Mills. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Weaver D. S., Chicago, 111 

Woodworth C. B. * Son, Rochester, N. Y' 



CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



Adjusters. 

McKulty C. A., (customs). c 
Advertising Agents. 

Fisher L. P front cover 

Howe, Wilson * Co ci 

Asricultiiral Impl'ts. 

Baker * Hamilton xvi 

and ciii 

Ale and Porter. 

Macfarlane, Blair * Co.. .32 

Amulgumating }Ma- 

chiiies. 

HowlandS. W 21 

Amusements. Placet of. 

Pacific M elodeon 57 

Apothecaries. 
Steele J. G. * Co., register 
of names, 656 

Zeile Cari Uv 

Architects. 

Craine AVilliam Ixx 

Hoaglanil I'&iiewsom 41 

Jordan Albert H 42 

Morgan T. W civ 

Peabody William B. 0..eiv 



I Artesian ^f^ell Bor's. 

I Thomson Thomas 34 

I Asphaltum 'Workers. 
Asphaltuni Pavement Co. 23 
Sau Luis Ob'o AsphalLCo.41 
I Assayers. 

Kuh Leopold xcvi 

! Assayers' Materials. 

\ Taylor John* Co 15 

I Attorneys at Law. 

I CobbM.G Ix 

I Daiugerfield WilUamP...63 

' Mace Alfred A Ix 

I Pulverman * Henry, back 

I cover 

Auctioneers. 

Merrill J. C. * Co xlil 

NewhallH. &l.*Co..lxviii 
I Voizin, Ris* Co....lxxxix 
I Axle Grease. 

Gabel* Co clx 

Hucks* Lambert 58 

Stringer * Co xxlU 

Bakeries. 

! Boston Cracker Co 29 

; Winkle H U-^ 



Banks. 

Bank British Columbia.xlix 

Bank California x 

California Trust Co xiv 

London * S. F. Bank, .xviii 

Wells, Fargo * Co viii 

Baths. 

Driscoll * Hagen 57 

S. F. Hygeian Home lix 

Zeile Frederick liv 

Beds and Bedding. 

Eureka Hair Co xxiii 

SchaferJ. F. * H. H 46 

Schreiber J Ixxiii 

Schroder * Co 45 

Bedstead Manufy. 

Field* Frei 61 

Bell Hangers. 

Garvev * Kimball 21 

Schuoor C. H .52 

Billiard Table ManT. 

Liesenfeld P 49 

SlralUe * Hughes 13 



nitt< 

[•ss L. * Co. 



.55 



McMill.in * Kestcr 2 

Wertheimber * AVater- 

man < 

Blacksmiths. 

Pracy Gcorse T 36 

Steiu'weg Charles 

Boat Builders. 

Bcnner George L 46 

B<Mler TVorks. 

McAfee, Spiers * Co 8 

Moynihau * Aitken Ivi 

Risdon Iron and Locomo- 
tive Work.s 7 

Bolting Cloths. 

Travis * Wagner 7 

Book Binders. 
Bosqui Edward * Co., 

register of names. . 10-852 
Hicks D. * Co.. .register 

of names 299 

and inside back cover 
Booksellers. 

Gensoul .\ baekandxciv 

Roman A. * Co..r»-gister 

of names .5-li 
Saxe Heman A 4-i 



CLASSIFIED LIST. OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE. 

Boot and Shoe Slau'f. 

Lviin Boot and Shoe Co.. .li 

Marks ct Calisher 46 

Box Makers. 

Hobhs, Gilniore & Co..xlvi 

Brass Foundries. 

Dohrzonsky M 3.^ 

Gallaglipr, Weed & Co 43 

Brewers. 

Lyon & Co 9 

Spreckels & Co Ixxv 

Wieland John xcii 

Brokers. 
Knight & BIanchard....cxii 

Pritchard M . G xcvi 

Tildcucfe Breed xliv 

Broom IWakers. 

Armes & Dallam Ixiii 

Butchers. 

MillorL 40 

Oar Builders. 

Caseboltcfc Kerr Iviii 

Oai-pcuters and 
Builders. 

Borgson Ole 36 

Curtis John 51 

Carpet Beating. 

Miner L. <fe Co 27 

Spaukling J. & Co 53 

Carpets. 

Bell John C ci 

BiirnhamJ. W 9 

Loughran P. ¥. & Co..xxxv 
McElwee & Ackermann 

xlvii 
Carriage Depots. 

Black&Miller 50 

Casebolt<fe Kerr Iviii 

Mills ifc Evans.... Ixvil 

Rommel, Dohs <fe Co 52 

Saul & Co 3U 

Willey O. F. & Co., reg- 
ister of names 78 

Carriage Stock. 
Meeker, James & Co,. .Ixxiv 

Straut, Whiter Co 52 

Walrath, Hunter & Co.lxxiv 
Waterhouse & Lester xxviii 
Carvers and Oilders. 

Warren & Kemp 41 

Cement. 

Davis ife Cowell Ixiii 

Cemeteries. 

Laurel Hill Ixxii 

Chocolate. 
Descalzo, Lastreto & Co. .lii 

GhirarUelii D. A, Co 10 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Emery C. 0. & Co Ixxi 

Falbensteiii & Go 1 

Gannon Peter T xxv 

Heuck H.H 40 

Hirstel N. A. & Co 19 

Eosenbaum A. S. it Co. . .cii 
Civil Engineers. 

Smith J. 11 19 

Watson William S 26 

Cloaks. 

Sullivan & Co Ixxiii 

Wurkheira Bros Ixxxvii 

Clothing. 
Badger & Liudenberger 

xxxi 

Church T. R 42 

EireltA.B.&Co....lxxxiii 

Sherman W. & Co Ixix 

Van Schaack C. V. & Co., 
register of names... 9-851 
Cloths. 
Badger & Lindenberger 

xxxi 

lleynemann & Co xxxi 

Ponton de Arce L xciii 



Stein, Simon & Co cviii 

Ullmann M. A Co xvi 

Weill & Raas xxxii 

Coal Dealers. 

Flanagan E 56 

Coerce and Spices. 

Bernard Charles xxiv 

Descalzo, Lastreto & Co.. lii 

Ghirardelli D. A Co 10 

Harden & Myrick xxii 

Collectors. 
Knight it Blanehard. ...cxii 

Landry <fc Kirwan Ixxxii 

Colleges. 
California Business Uni- 
versity Ivii 

City College liii 

Santa Clara Iv 

Toland Medical Ixv 

Coin. Merchants. 
Auger. Christiansen & Co. 

register of names 77 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co. 

Ixxxiii 
Dickson, DcWolf & Co. 

Ixxviii 
Flint, Peabody & Co.xxxvii 

Fuller* Co Ixvii 

Ghirardelli D. & Co 10 

Howes George <fe Co xv 

Hughes Henry Ixi 

Knapp & Grant Ixxvii 

Low C. A. & Co 62 

Maeondray <fc Co xxxiv 

Mahnz Hugo 32 

Merrill J. C. & Co xlii 

Robison & Romaine Ixvi 

Stoddart David 59 

Welch & Co Ixiv 

WUliams, Blanehard & 

Co xxvi and civ 

Confectioners. 
Bernheim & Ehrenpfort. .35 

Borchard C 47 

Contractors . 

Fulton John A 44 

Hyde<fc Chester 56 

JJagle George D xxxix 

and Ixxv 

Still & Jones 48 

Coopers. 
Pacific Barrel and Keg 

Factory Ixiv 

Coppersmith. 

Macken James 23 

Cordage. 
Hallidie A. S. & Co., 

(wire) 18 

San Francisco Cordage 

Factory xxxiv 

Cordials, etc. 

McMillan & Kester 2 

Cracker Bakers. 

Boston Cracker Co 29 

Crockerj'. 
Haynes <fc Lawton, reg- 
ister of names 298 

Nathan B Ixxi 

Taylor John <fc Co. (glass- 
ware) 15 

Dentists. 

Libbey M. L 43 

Diamond Setters. 

Frontier* Co 44 

Koehler & Ritter xcix 

Doors, Sash, etc. 
California Planing Mills 

Ixxxii 

Cantrell, Dell & Co lii 

Macdonald D. A. & Co., 

Ixxvii 
Mechanics' Mill and Man- 
ufacturing Co 11 

Miller <fc Haley Ixxv; 

Dovetailing Factory. 

Heath E. A E. S 49 

Druggists. 

Crane & Brigham Ixxiv 

Redington, Hostetter& Co., 
register of names. . 10-852 



PAGE. 

Steele J. G. & Co...reg 

isterof names 656 

Dry Croods. 

Austin & Co Ixxix 

Heynemann & Co xxxi 

HoldenS. P. & Co xvii 

Kaindler, Scellier, Lelie- 

vre (fc Co evil 

McCain, Flood & McCUire 
Ixxxvii 
Murphy, Grant & Co. .xxxv 
Engravers. 

Kuner A 43 

Pages Jules F 45 

Wood George M. & Co. ..41 
Expresses. 

Kennedy, Long & Co 37 

Wells, F'argo & Co viii 

Fancy Ooods. 

Adelsdorfer Bros Ixviii 

Held Brothers xvii 

Jones E. H. <fc Co., reg- 
ister of names 9-851 

Loean & Co Ixx 

Michels, Friedlander & Co. 
xliii 

Pasquale E xcvi 

Rosenbaum <fc Friedman. ..1 

Tence C. <fc Co Ixvli 

Tobin, Dixon <fe Davisson 

Ixxxvii 
Van Schaack C. P. & Co. 
register of names. .9-851 
File Makers. 
California Kile Manufac- 
turing Co 22 

DurningT. G. & Co 49 

Flour Dealers. 

Bassett J 45 

Grosh & Rutherford 47 

Foundries. 

Gallagher & Lane xcix 

Goddard & Co Ixxxviii 

Hanscom & Co 3 

Hinckley A Co 6 

Llewellyn* Co 34 

Thompson Bros 38 

Vulcan Iron W^orks Co 5 

Fruits. 

Knapp <fc Grant Ixxvii 

Fur Dealers. 
Meussdoi-fler J. C. * Bro. 
xci and ex 

Muller A back cover 

Furnishing Ooods. 

Adelsdorfer Bros Ixviii 

Furniture. 

Bell John C ci 

Field* Frei 61 

Horstniann H. * Co 11 

Palmer W.J. T. & Co.... 16 

Schafer J. F. * H. H 46 

SchrciherJ Ixxiii 

Schroder* Co 45 

WeirW. G Ixxxiv 

Whitney George O. & Co. 

xxvi 
Oas Fixtures. 

Day Thomas front cover 

Iredale A. S 34 

Prior James K Ixxx 

Simpson D lix 

Snook G. & W...back cover 
Walmsley * Smith liv 

Oas M^eter Manuf. 

Dobrzensky M 35 

Class and Olassware. 

Taylor John* Co 15 

Grlass Stainers. 

Mallon * Boyle 58 

Groceries. 
Bowen Brothers... 16 and 
back of volume 

Farrcll James 55 

Rountree & McMiUlin. . . .25 
Walker A Ixil 

Ounsmiths. 
Bach John 22 



PAGE. 

Barton* Rutter Ixxvi 

Plate A. J Ixxvi 

Winchester Repeating 

Arms Co cii 

Hairdressers. 

Hirshfeld Peter 53 

Hair tiewelrj-. 

Cook C. Mrs 64 

Hardware. 

Anspacher A Ixviii 

Berry* Place 27 

Hawlev Marcus C. & Co.. 19 
Linforth, Kellogg & Rail. 

Ixxix 
Marsh, Pilsbury & Co. 

Ixxviii audcvii 

Selby T. H. & Co xx 

Simmons, Rowe & Co 25 

Harness, etc. 

Johnson J. C. * Co 19 

Main & Winchester... xxxv 
Hats and Caps. 

Fisher* Co xxxix 

Meussdorffer J. C. * Bro.cx 
and xci 

Meussdorffer K 17 

Hat Blocks. 

Johnson James P. 20 

Hops and Corks. 
Winter Casimir * C». . .Iviii 

Hotels. 
American Exchange 

Hotel 61 

Palm House 40 

What Cheer House 12 

House Kaisers. 

Hyde & Chester 56 

Hydraulic Jacks. 

Dudgeon E 64 

Marsh, Pilsbury & Co..cvii 
Instrument Depots. 
Houseworth Thomas & 

Co front cover 

McGregor J. (est. of).. xxiv 
Schmolz W xlviii 

Insurance .Agents. 

Booker W. L 15 

Claussenius George. reg- 
ister of names 78 

Coon* Story 20 

Dorsey B. J 42 

Elmore * Rowe 26 

E verson * Haines -23 

Falkner, Bell & Co xxx 

Hy nes Andrew R 31 

Johnston H. H. * Co.lxxxv 

Johnston W. B 1 

Low C. A. & Co 62 

Maeondray* Co xxxiv 

Magill A. E., register of 

Magill R. HV.register of' 

names 397 

Mhoon & Goodloe ci 

Pettigrew W. J. .register 

of names 2 
Roberts J. B.. register of 

names 746 

Speyer Morris xxix 

Swain R. B. & Co, 14 

TaaffeG. O'Hara 30 

Tabor Mervin xcviii 

TUlinghast W. H. .xi and 31 

Insurance Co's. Home. 

California xliii 

California Mutual Life ix 

Fireman's Fund.. xiii and 

hack cover 
Home Mutual Fire and 

Marine xxxviii 

Merch. JIutual Marine iv 

Occidental lii 

Oriental Fire. . . .front cover 

Pacific xii 

People's ii 

Union xl 

Iron and Steel. 
Glasgow Iron & Metal Co. 15 
Marsh, Pilsbury * Co 

Ixxviii and cvii 
Selby T.H. & Co xx 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Iron Doors, etc. 

Gallagher A- Lane xcix 

Kittreiigc & Lcavitt xcv 

Kittridge Jonathan 8 

rritzol August 51 

Sims John K 64 

Jewelers. Manuf. 

Baldwin M. M. & Co 20 

Hravermanifc Levy.front cov 

Frontier & Co 44 

Gray K. B. & Co 20 

KoehhrA Rittcr xcix 

Loze Urotlicrs 32 

Scaniaus Job M. & Co.... 13 

Slu-rwood Kobert ii 

Tit<;umb in William.s 21 

I>aini>s and Oils. 

Diutz A. C. <fe Co 22 

Hayward & Coleman... xxi 

Stott Alexander c 

•Taylor <fe Cranna. .front cov 
I^and Aecnt. 

Ransom Lcander Ix 

r^atindries. 

What Cheer 12 

Leather Hose and 
Belting. 

CooltSr. M. & Sons Iviii 

Koy or H ci 

Iieather Dealers. 

Cox ifc Nichols li 

Dolliver & Brother 51 

Grav, Jones <fc Co Ixii 

Kirby K. C. A Co eii 

Main & Winchester. . .xxxv 
I..iquor Sealers. 

(Carroll John & Co 13 

Fenkhausen it Gerichten.28 

Finlev '1 homas E 54 

Lloyd & Kyan 65 

Lucv Benjamin A 54 

Martin E. & Co Ixiv 

McMillan & Kcster 2 

Parker George F 33 

Trinz John 36 

Rohrle Charles C 23 

Speyer Morris zxxvii 

Spruance J. <fe J Ixi 

Weil Brothers 54 

Wertheimber <fe Water- 
man cix 

WhiUng M. S. & Co., 
register of names.. 9-851 
Iiithosrapbcrs. 

Britton A Rev 62 

Vhelan* Co.". ciii 

lyocomotives. 
Risdon Iron and Loco 

motive Works 7 

T..ookins Classes, 

Mirrors, etc. 

McQuillan B. <fe .Son..lxxxi 

Nathan B. A: Co Ixxi 

Nile <fe Durney xcviii 

I^umber Dealers. 
Knowles G. B. k, I. H....30 

I'ope A Talbot Ixiii 

9Iacaroni. 

Tenthorey J. 1'. A- Co 7 

Machine Shops. 

Fourness <fe Kaen 50 

Hawkins .t Cantrell 38 

Kallenberg T 47 

I'racy George T 3b 

I'ritzel August 51 

Risdon Irun and Loco- 
motive Works 7 

Stodilart David 59 

Marble Yards. 

Daniel John 48 

Hevcrin M \\ 

Match Sf annfact'rs. 

Jessup W. H. A Co 24 

Ne wl)aucr A- Co 38 

Truempler A Meyer 51 

Mill Furnishins. 
Gracier, Hcald <fc Bon- 

"<■>' Ixvil 

fravis A Wagner 7 



fA'.E. 

Mineral IVaters. 

New Almadcn Vichy 
Water Co., register 
ot names 531 

Model Makers. 

Campljell W. C 48 

Kallenberg T 47 

Stockman J. M 35 

Mlusical Instruments. 

Badger <fc Lindenberger 

xxxi 

Gray M xxii 

Saxe Ueman A 43 

Washbnru R. E. <fe Co. .xxiv 

UTative l^lnes. 

Buena Vista Vinicultural 

Society.. register names 77 
Dunn H. D. & Co., regis- 
ter of names .657 and 6i 
Fenkliausen & Gerichten.28 
Kohleri Frohling.frontcov 
Landsberger \. <fc Cc.xxxii 
Fcttineliit Co 55 

Kevi'spapers. 

California Farmer. cviii 

Mining <fc Scientific Press 

register of names 445 
Mormon Tribune, regis- 
ter of names 2fl<) 

Spirit of the Times lix 

World cl 

Oil IVorfes. 

Pacific Oil and Lead 

Works xxxvi 

Opticians. 

Houseworth Thomas k 
Co front cover 

Organ Builder. 

Mayer Joseph 29 

Oysters. 

Morgan & Co xcvi 

Warren <t Co 52 

Paints and Painters. 

Casey <fe Wa<1e 26 

Cherry John W .29 

Dietz A. C. <fe Co 22 

Kelly, Walsh & Co.. Ixxxiii 
Sweett ifc Gadsby.xc and cv 

Wason ifc Morris xxv 

Worthinglon William.... 28 

Paper Dealers. 
Blake, Robbins ik Co. . .xxv 

Isaac J. A Co Ixiv 

Taylors. P. & Co Ixiii 

Paper Hangings. 
Weeks F. S. & Co ....xcviii 

Patent Agents. 
Dewey & C'o..rcgisterof 

names 445 
Fuller & Co Ixvii 

Photographers. 

Bayley & Winter 32 

Bradley & Rulofscn 45 

Uowland A Petersen 27 

Photo. Engravings. 

Houseworth T. <t Co. 

front cover 
WatkinsC.E cxi 

Picture Frames. 

McQuillan B. & Son..lxxxi 

Nile it Durney xcviii 

.Snow & Ruos xciv 

Pipes. 
Son&Briggs xciil 

Plaster Paris. 
Crilly Nicholas 56 

Plumbers, etc. 

Dav Thomas front cover 

Iredale A. S 34 

Prior J. K Ixxx 

Simpson David lix 

Snook G. i W..back cover 
Walmsley & Smith liv 



PAGE. 

Powder Dealers. 

California Powder Works 

xxxiii 
Giant Powder Co.. . .Ixxxiii 

Gibbons R. & Co cii 

Hay ward ife Coleman... xxi 

Printers. 
Bacon & Company.. reg- 
ister of names 9 

Bosqui E. A Co., register 

of names 10-8S2 

Dewey A Co..reg names 445 
Spaulding A Barto, reg- 
ister of names 446 

Publishers. 
Gcnsoul A. ...back and xciv 
Langley Henrj- O., register 
of names 10-852 and 66 
Roman A. A Co reg- 
ister of names 532 

Pump Makers. 

Stoddart Da vid 59 

Railroads. 
Central Pacific. register 

of names 657 

S. F. A S. J. Railroad. . .xix 
Real Estate Agents. 

Knight A Blanchard cxii 

Landrv A Kirwan — Ixxxii 

Wakelee C. H. A Co lix 

Williams H. F. A Co.lxxxix 

Regalia. 
Johnson T. Rodgers. .in- 
side back cover 

Norcross H. N. Mrs xciii 

Restaurants. 

Hirtli J. A Co 22 

Rolling Mill. 

Pacific Rolling Mill.. xxxvi 

Sail iWakers. 

Crawford A. A Co 39 

Salt Dealers. 

Carmen Island Salt Co....c. 

Savings and Iioan 

societies. 

California Building and 

^avings Bank xcv 

German Savings and Loan 

Society xxxiii 

Uibernia Savings and 

Loan Society Ixxxi 

San Francisco Savings 

Union xxxvii 

Savings and Loan So- 
ciety xcvii 

Saw Makers. 
Pacific Saw Manufactur 

ing Co xlv 

Spaulding N.W xlv 

Schools. 

Jossct J 28 

Ship Chandlers. 

Crawford A. A Co 39 

llaake John C. A Co 35 

Ship Joiners. 

Bragg Robert 49 

Shipsmiths. 

Crockard Hugh 39 

Shoe Findings. 

DoUiver A Brother 51 

Shut and I.,cad Pipe. 

S. F. Shot Tower xx 

Silver Platers. 

Martell John 2 

Pacific Plate Works. reg- 
ister of names 298 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Kane A.J 59 

Portmann J. H. C 47 

Spiritual Medium. 

Fuller Ehza Howe 63 

Stair Builders. 

Brown A Wells 50 

Dillon A Drew 46 



Freeman B. H Ixxili 

Jesse A Drew 34 

Langland A Ciimcron 24 

Stationers. 

Gcnsoul Adrien xciv 

and back of vol | 
Hitchcock G. B. A Co.. cxii 

Isaac J. A Co Ixiv 

Roman A. A Co.register 

of names 532 

Steamers. 
California Steam Nav. Co.vi 
North Pacific Transpor- 
tation Co vii i 

Pacific Mail S. S. Co v ! 

Royal Mail xxi j 

Stencil Cutters. { 

Burns H.J 12 ! 

TruworthyF. M 63 I 

Wood George M. A Co 41 I 

Stoves, etc. { 

Brittan, Holbrook A Co. 

Ixxxv I 

BucknamE. T 48 [ 

Friel William 44 i 

Locke A Montague 25 

Snook G. A W. .back cover 
Stra^- Groods. \ 

Hill William H 28 

Sugar Refineries. 

Bay 37 

California xli 

Xanners. 

Fulton John J 50 

O'Donnell Cornelius 53 

Rojer Herman ci 

Tool Makers. 

HinzCarlE 39 

Turners. 

Doerger Charles 10 

Gracier, Ueald A Bonney 

Ixvii 

Type Founders. 
Faulkner Wm. A Son. . .cvi 

Hagar A Co 4 

Painter A Co xcvn 

Undertakers. 

Gray N. A Co 29 

'Varnishers. 

O'Day William 53 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

Evans G. A 57 

Watches and Jew- 
elry. 

Baldwin M.M. A Co 20 

Bravermau A Levy 

front cover 

Giannini P. A 1 

(;rnvR. B. ACo 20 

Jonian Morris cxii 

Loze Brothers 32 

Mctiregor J. (est. of )..xxlv 

Seamans Job M. A Co 13 

Sherwood K il 

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Elam A Howes 24 

Feldmann L. A Co Ixix 

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The Cify of San Francisco was, for the first 
time, incorporated by the Legislature in May, 
1850, the organization of the County having been 
effected in the month previous, by the election of 
a Sheriff and other officers, thus establishing two 
distinct systems of government. The Consolida- 
tion Act took effect on the first day of July, 1856. 
Under its stringent provisions our municipal affairs 
have been administered with energy and fidelity, 
and a thorough reform has resulted. The enor- 
mous outlay consequent on the dual system of 
government has been entirely abolished or seri- 
pon 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 sufficiently indicated in the exhibit* of the Aggregated Annual Expendi- 
tures of the City and County of San Francisco from 1850 to 1869— since the first 
legislative organization of the government — exclusive of the sums paid in liquidation 
of the principal and interest of the bonded debts: 

Assessment ahd Rates of Taxation from 1850 to 1869. 




ouily reduced, while the checks 



Fiscal Years. 



1850-51. 
185I-.')2. 
lS5a-53. 
1853-54. 
1854-55. 
1855-56. 
1856-57. 
1857-58. 
1858-59. 
18.59-60. 
1860-61. 
1861-62. 
1862-63. 
1863-64. 
1864-65. 
1865-66. 
1866-67. 
1867-68. 
1S68-69. 



Total 
Annual 
Eates. 



§2 00 
4 10 
4 411 
3 88J 
3 85i 
3 85 5-6 
2 30 
2 30 

2 45 

3 169-10 
2 85 

2 87 
2 741 
2 10 

2 98 

3 12 
3 10 
3 00 
3 05 



Particular Class of Assessments. 



Improvements. 



$16,849,051 


lu Personal. 


11,141,463 


lu Personal. 


1.5,676,356 


In Personal. 


17,889,850 


$6,158,300 


19,765,285 


9,159,935 


18,607,800 


8,394,925 


17,827,617 


8,345.667 


15,576.545 


7,394.296 


13,.554,565 


5,946,585 


14,172,235 


6,523,985 


25,283,685 


In Real. 


31.871,897 


In Real. 


37,016,102 


In Real. 


43,116,538 


In Real. 


47.292,903 


In Real. 


49,137,312 


Ill Real. 


53.485,421 


In Real. 


58,207,862 


In Real. 


63,631,721 


In Real. 



Peison'l Prop'ty. 



$4,772,160 
2,875,440 
2,805,381 
4,8.52,000 
5,837,607 
5,073,847 
4,194,970 
12,426,.335 
11,224,800 
9,323,002 
10,683,814 
9,973,222 
29,540,554 
34,002,627 
33,443,262 
39,129.145 
43.214,976 
51,152,964 
42,782.308 



Total 

Annual 

Assessments. 



$21,621,214 
14,016,903 
18,481,737 
28,900,150 
34,762,827 
32,076,572 
30,368,254 
35,397,176 
30,725,9.50 
30,019,222 
35,967,499 
41,845,119 
66,556,656 
77,119,165 
80,736,165 
88.266,457 
96,700,397 
109.360,826 
106,414,029 



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The amount absolutely collected on is much less than the aggregate valuations for 
the last two years. In 1865-6 it was $22,730,719 personal against $39,775,500 
assessed, and $45,436,924 real estate against $49,138,027 assessed, in all §68,167,643 
collected on against §88,913,527 assessed. For the year 1868-9 the delinquent list 
amounted to $438,619, on an assessed value of §14,380,000, of which latter amount 
nearly §12,000,000 were assessed as taxes on mortgages, now in litigation before the 
Supreme Court of the State. 

Municipal Expenditures for 1865-6 1866-7, 1867-8, and 1868-9. 



Current 
Expenses. 



I Permanent 
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isri6-6. 



...., $916,934 45 $90,995 90 

939,285 05' 188,073 75 

1867-8 ' 1,215,925 00! 165,559 24 

1868-9 ; 1,937,925 41 



1SG6-7.. 



$■256,198 38 

213,353 06 

200,644 07 

373,050 83 




$154,055 00 
354,686 82 
206,457 76 
148,233 81 



From the total of $2,459,210.05 should be deducted the sums received for fees by 
the different county officers and other moneys of the same character as the expendi- 
tures, amounting in the aggregate to §386,117.81, which leaves as the actual munici- 
pal expenses, exclusive of the Street Department, §2,073,092.24. 

Bonded Debt June 30th, 1869. 



By the 



Payable 



1851. 
1855. 
1858 ! City and County 



ICitv. 

. I City. 



1860 School Depart ment 1 

1861 School Department 1 

1862-3. ..City and County for San! 

Jose Railroad 

1863 City and Co. City Slip.. 

1864 j City and Co. City Slip.. 

1864 Central Pacific R. E. Co 

1865 1 Western Pacific R.R. Co 

1866-7. ..'School Department 

1867 1 Judgment 



Totals. 



1871 
1875 
1888 
1870 
1870 

1877-8 

1883 

1884 

1894 

1895 

1881 

1887 



A.VSUAL I.VTEREST. 



Pr cent Payable in 



Annual 
Sinking 
Fund. 



Bonds in 
Circulation. 



San Francisco 
New York. .. 
I San Francisco 

I New York. ., 
New York... 



San Francisco. 
San Francisco j 
] Sau Francisco | 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
I 



None 

About $23,000 00.. 
About 47,000 00.. 

5,000 00.. 

2,500 00.. 

About 23,000 00.. 

About 47,000 00.. 

Commences in 1 873 
Commences in 1873! 
About 16,000 00.. 1 
About 14,000 00.. 



$1,188,600 00 

217,000 00 

1,031,000 00 

53,500 00 

16,000 00 

230,500 00 
750,500 00 
28,000 00 
400,000 00 
250,000 00 
227,000 00 
317,000 00 



About $177,500 00. ! $4,709,100 00 



The amount in the Sinking Funds for the redemption of these bonds, July 1st, 
1869, was 81,298,234.40, of which §1,235,815.57 is to be applied to the bonds due 
in 1871. These amounts reduce the bonded debt to §3,410,865.00. 

Annual Revenue for 1865-6, 1866-7, 1867-8, and 1868-9.* 



Years. 



Taxes. 



State and Co. 
' Licenses. 



1865-6.. $1,361,876 26; $89,253 25 

186&-7 . . I 1 ,482,476 31 1 93,901 .50 

1867-8.. I 1,509,162.50 99,484 74 

1,786,129 43! 100,454 69 



Municipal 
Licenses. 



Sale of 
Bonds. 



$28,799 25 
31,762 80 
38.895 90 
52,.560 501 



$61,050 00 
125,965 38 
47,500 00 



Other 
Sources. 



Total. 



$S3,429 30 $1,624. 408 06 
107,617 97 j 1,841.753 96 
271,263 78 1,826,306 88 
507,040 67] 2,446,185 29 



State. 



$944,812 35 

987,105 77 

1,095,5.% 71 

1,044,835 20 



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National Census, 1860. 
From the official returns deposited at the office of the County Clerk, 
expressly for the Sax Francisco Directory, 1861-62. 



Compiled 



%VH1 

Under 1 year 
'• 2 " 


TE MALES. 

1,730 

777 

730 

627 

645 


4,509 

1,842 

2,915 

10,184 

9,390 

2,581 

842 

162 

36 

2 

32,463 


WHITE 

Under 1 year. 
" 2 " . 
" 3 " . 
" 4 " . 
" 5 " . 

Total under 
Between 5 and 
" JO " 

" 20 " 
'• 30 " 
« 40 " 
" 50 " 
" 60 " 
" 70 " 
" 80 " 

Total white 


FEM 


ALES. 

.1,563 
. 739 

. 677 
. 600 
. 551 


4,130 

1,831 

3,198 

6,226 

3,441 

1,119 

484 

122 

52 

7 

20,610 


CHI.NESE. 

Males of all ages.... 2, 168 

Females of all ages.. 448 

Total Chinese.... 

COLORED. 

Males of all ages 711 

Females of all aijes.. 435 
Total colored^.... 

RECAPITCLATION'. 

White males, all ages 

White females, all ages... 




" 3 " 




2,616 


" 4 " 
" 5 " 

Total under 


5 


BetWPAT. .S and 10... 




10.. 
20.. 
30.. 
40.. 
50.. 
60.. 
70.. 
80.. 




1,146 

32,463 
20,610 

53,073 
2,616 




' 10 " 
' 20 " 
' 30 " 
' 40 " 
• 50 " 
' 60 " 
' 70 " 


20... 
30.... 
40... 

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

males. 


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Chinese, male and female. 
Colored, male and female. 

Total pop. City and Co. 


" 80 " 
Total white 


90 

females 


1,146 
56,835 



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 carefully 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 divis- 
ions, 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 classification : " 

White males over 21 years, names in Register of the present volume (a) 27,106 

" " Residents floating, names not obtained {b) 3,400 

" " Average number boarders, etc., at the hotels, boarding houses, 

etc., in addition to the regular boarders (c) 4,100 

" In the Hospitals 481 

" " U. S. soldiers at the Forts (d) 800 

" " Engaged upon water crafts, ocean, bay, and river, claiming resi- 
dence in this city (e) 2,-500 

" " Foreigners, French, 'Spanish, etc., names not registered (/) 1,9.J0 

" " Between 5 and 21 5.919 

" " UnderS 6,803 

Total white males 53,053 

♦From the San Francisco Directobt, 1861-2. 

(a) The nuinher of names in the Directorj- 18ttl--2 exceeds thirty thousand, of which nearly three thousand are com- 
posed of non-resident partnere of firms doing business in this city, females, Chinese, and colored. 
J>) This is from actual count, and is composed of a class of population who have no permanent place of abode, 
(c) This estimate has been arriyed at by careful inyestigation. Number of hotels and lodging-houses in the city, 340. 
{d) The number at Fort Point, Alcatraces. and Presidio in June last. 

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Females over 18 14,783 

" Names not ref^istered 500 

Ketween 5 aud 18 4,H-2\ 

Under 5 5,136 

Total white females 25,240 

Chinese males over 21 2,400 

" Females over 18 520 

" Males under 21 aud females under 18 210 

Total Chinese. 3,130 

Colored males over 21 800 

" Under IS 250 

" Females over 18 600 

" Under 18 150 

Total coloi-ed 1 ,800 

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

Population, July, 1868. 

The following table, compiled from the most reliable data, is presented as an esti- 
mate of the population of San Francisco, July 1st, 1868, and in directing attention 
thereto, it is believed to be as fair an approximation as can be made without an oflQcial 
and accurate canvass : 

White males over tweniyone, names in the Directory, 1868 52,300 

" Females over ei;4liteen, estimated 30,000 

" Stales under twenty-one and females under eighteen, estimated 45,000 

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

Chinese, male and female 4,000 

Colored, male aud female 2,650 

Total permanent populat ion 138,950 

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

Total population 147,950 

Population, September, 1869. 

The following figures, compiled from the investigations made during the canvass 

for the present volume, are presented as a fair approximation of the population of 

this city: 

Wiiite males over twenty-one, names in the present volume 59,500 

" Females over eigliteen, estimated .34,300 

" Males under twenty one and females under eighteen, estimated* r.52,000 

" Males, names refuged, and foreigners, estimated 4,000 

Chinese, male and female t *. 8,600 

Colored, male aud female 2,850 

Total permanent population 161 ,250 

To which should be added a large element of our population known as "flouting," which 
consists of: Ist. Tiansient boarders, etc., at hotels, boardingiiouses, etc.. 2d'. Soldiers 
at the fortifications in the harbor, 3d. Persons engaged in navigating the bay, wlio 
claim this city as their residence. 4th. A large number of persons who have no perma- 
nent place of abode, together amounting to about. 9,000 

Total population 170,250 

* The School Census, July, 18fi9, (sec page 38) gives the number of clilldrcn under 15 years of age at 41,400, an increase 
of six per cent on the returns of ls6«, wliilc the census of tiio provloiis rear cxliibils si.Ktecn percent increase for the 
year HS7-8. Again, tlie number of cliildreu reported as altrniiiiiu' scln.nl during the year ending .June :)Utli, 18(», is 
13,()34, a decrea.se of 11 fnini tlie i)revi()iis year, lielieviii.' ilii-.-r ll','iin s l(i Ik' hss than the actual number, we have 
taken the returns of l>m as a basis for our estimate and add. .1 Ibintc. loi- Imuii the ratio of increase of the year 1x68, and 
for the number of males and females between 15 and tl not included iu tlie School Census, we have added twelve per 
cent, tlic whole aggregating .52,000. 

tThe .««ccretarv of tlie Chinese Protective .Society reports (see Even'mn DuUetin. November 2.5th, 1869) the number of 
Chinese In this city as follows: Males over 2!, 14,000; fem:iles, 2,2.50; children, including cripples, aged, etc., 7.50. Total, 
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I MPRO VEMENTS. 

There are tliree epochs in the history of San Francisco that will be of value to future gene- 
rations as marking its rise and progress, viz : the year of its settlement by the monks of the 
Order of St. Francis de Assisi, in the year 1776 ; the conquest of California by the United j 
States in 1846 ; and the discovery of gold in 1848. But two decades have been added to the | 
cycle of time since the first indomitable gold-seekers landed on the sand-hills of Yerba Buena, [ 
having sacrificed the comforts of home and made the tedious and boisterous passage around 
" the Horn " to wring from the rocks and drag from the rivers the omnipotent god — Gold. 
Many have succeeded, but sad has been the fate of others. Still, from a mere camp of tents, 
has arisen a city which is now the tenth in population in the United States. 

The great bulk of improvements during the past year have been made, and are now being 
made, south of Market Street ; but this is principally owing to the extension of Montgomery 
Street, at the same time, quite a number of private residences have been built in the northern 
section of the city, principally by mechanics and working-men, who own the lots and have had 
buildings erected thereon as homesteads ; and it is to be hoped that others will follow their ex 
I ample. California, Fine, and Bush streets can, perhaps, boast of the most splended architectural 
monuments that have been erected during the past few years. In all parts of the city are to 
be seen old houses being rejuvenated, frame fronts being taken out to give place to brick and 
mastic, all tending to show the steady march of the 

Prosperity of the City. — The inauguration of a magnificent line of steamships between 
China and San Francisco has added another link to the chain that is surely drawing the wealth 
of the Orient to the shores of California, to be distributed throughout the States of our Re- 
public by means of that most gigantic undertaking of the age the Central and Union Pacific 
Railroads. On these roads the traveler can have all the comforts of a hotel throughout the vast 
expanse of prairie that intervenes between California and Missouri. Who would have dreamed 
of spanning time in five days from San Francisco to St. Louis, on the day that Commodore 
Stockton raised the stars and stripes over the old adobe at Monterey ? 'Another project for 
connecting San Francisco with the East, by way of New Orleans, is the Louisiana and Tehuan- 
tepec Railroad through the State of Tehuantepec, Mexico. This route would save five days 
between the above mentioned points. The termini of this road are Tehuantepec on the Pacific 
and Minatillan on the Gulf. The passage from San Francisco to Tehuantepec by steamer will 
occupy eight days — across the Isthmus, one day — and from Minatitlan to Nev? Orleans, two 
and a half days. However, the difR^rence of comfort between the two steamship routes will 
probably always be in favor of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's line. 

Commercial Matters. — The following figures, compiled from the Aha California of Octoher 
6, 1869, show the extent of the principal commercial transactions of the port of San Francisco 
for the nine months ending September 30, 1869, and compare them with those of a correspond- 
ing period of the previous year : 

The exports of treasure in the year 1869, were $36,829,744.21. In 1868, the exports were 
§35,618,833.73, showing an increase in 1869 of $1,210,910.48. The total gross value of ex- 
ports of merchandise to foreign and domestic ports in 1869, was §15,312,654; in 1868, 
^16,186,245 — .showing a decrease in 1869 of §873,591. The aggregate exports of merchandise 
and treasure compare thus : in 1869, §45,801,421 ; in 1868, §45,244,349 ; increase in 1869 
§557,072. The excess of arrivals over departures of passengers (not including British Colum- 
bia or Pacific domestic ports) was in 1869, 29.345 ; in 1868, the excess of arrivals over depar- 
tures, was 22,655 — showing a difference in favor of 1869, of 6,690. The total number of 
vessels which arrived in port during the nine months of 1869, was 2,721, and their tonnage, 
900,904; in 1863, 2,457 vessels arrived, their tonnage being 806,221. Increase in number of 
vessels in 1869, 264; increase in number of tons, 94,683. The number of vessels which left 
port in 1869, was 2,691, measuring 929,349 tons; in 1868,2,444 vessels, measuring 803,782 
tons. Increase in number of vessels in 1869, 247 ; in tonnage, 125,567 tons. The total value 
of domestic products, alone, (exclusive of treasure) exported during the above named period 
in 1869, was §12,265,764; in 1868, §12.583,810— showing a decrease in 1869, of §318,046. 

Real Estate. — Through the kindness of Charles D. Carter, Esq., we have been furnished with 
a comprehensive abstract of the transactions in the Real Estate Market of the City and Connty of 
San' Francisco, showing the total number and value of sales for each of the twelve months, from 
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three sales, value ^'i.-'iSS, 371 ; in September, six bmidred and thirty-two sales, value 82,805,395 ; 
in October, six iuindrcd and sixteen sales, value $2,51 1,702 ; in November, four hundred and 
six sales, value $1, 613,796; in December, four hundred and eighty sales, value §1,606,759. 
In 1869, Januar}>, four hundred and nine-two sales, value $2,716,823; in February, six hnn- 
dredand sixteen sales, value $2,905,807 ; in March, nine hundred and fourteen sales, value 
$4,721,273; in April, one thousand and one sales, value $4,173,005; in May, ten hun- 
dred and thirty-four sales, value $4,222,237 ; in June, five hundred and fifty-eight sales, 
value $2,262,529 ; in July, three hundred and sixty-two sales, value $1,489,693. Total, 
seven thousand seven hundred and eighteen sales. Value $33,612,390. The total num- 
ber sales made for the j'ear ending July 1st, 1868, were six thousand two hundred and 
ninety; these sales had a value of "^$23,383,533. 'J'he .sales for the year ending July, 1867, 
numbered five thousand two hundred and thirteen, and had a total value of $15,383,196 ; 
the increa.?e in value in two years has, therefore, been over one hundred per cent. The city 
land transactions were very brisk in August and September of 1868, and January, February, 
and March, of 1869. The earthquake of October, 1868, caused a break in the activity of the 
sales of that month, and also in November and December ; but did not, as was generally antici- 
pated, shake prices, and with January. 1869, the market recovered its activity and sales kept 
on increasing in number and value until March, when the highest transactions were reached. 
The transfers of that month reached nine hundred and fourteen, and had a value of $4,721,273. 
The sales of April and May had each a value of over $4,000,000. In June, however, owing to 
great monetary stringency and a drain of money from us, chiefly to pay for excessive imports 
and the duties upon them, the sales lell off to $2,262,529. The market has since been dull. 
It was generally anticipated that as prices had advanced rapidly, and. as many thought, unjusti- 
fiably, in the spring some reduction in rates would occur when the summer dullness and tight- 
ness of the market had become so marked ; these expectations have not been realized, however 
prices have been extremely well sustained thus far. 

The completion of the Pacific Railroad did not bring with it the real estate activity ex- 
pected by many. We were not among the number of those who had these expectations ; we 
expected a short lull in city land transfers when the Pacific Railroad was completed, because 
our people have a habit of discouraging every beneficial project. We anticipated the benefits 
of the transcontinental railroad some months before it was finished. 

The present activity in the extension of railroad facilities over nearly every part of the State, 
must have a very beneficial effect upon the San Francisco Real Estate Market. The most im- 
portant road now being built is that to connect the main line, the Central Pacific) with Oregon. 
This road will run through the Sacramento Valley for almost its most entire length, passing in 
its course through one of the richest agricultural sections in the United States. The managers 
of the Central Pacific Railroad are building this line, which is a guarantee that it will be 
speedily completed. The prosperity of San Francisco will be increased by this road. There is 
little danger of real estate taking a downward turn, so long as internal improvements are being 
pushed forward as they are in San Francisco. 

Strkets and Highways. — The following information and statistics, collated from the vol- 
uminous report of Mr. M. C. Smith, the efficient Superintendent of Streets and Highways, will 
show at a glance the steady improvement of the city, and serve as a reference in future years. 
The total length of sewers constructed from July 1st. 1856, to July 1st, 1868. was 207,284 
feet ; and from July 1st, 1868, to July 1st, 1869, 48,537 feet, giving a total of 255,822 feet of 
sewerage in the city. There are altogether of main sewers over fifty (50) miles, and over one 
hundred (100) miles of public streets. The total cost of street work from July 1st, 1856. to 
July 1st, 1868, amounted to $6,945,773.84, and from July 1st, 1868. to July 1st, 1869, to 
$1,566,312.66, giving a net cost of $8,512,086.40. These figures show the vast amount of 
money and labor it has taken to make San Francisco what it is this day — a city sprung from 
chaos in two decades. The subjoined table will show how the work goes on, with the large 
amount paid for the same : 

Recapitulation from July, 1868, to July, 1869. 



Work. 


Measurement. 


Amount. 


Cost. 


Grading 


Cubicyards 


2,147,460 

8,061,728 

36,650 

11,907 

129,774 1 

47,807 J 

3,042,108 

87,023 

19,463 

4,106 


8:623,752 97 


Macadamizing 


203 066 03 




Lineal feet 


365,598 36 


Redwood Sewers 


Lineal feet 


50,097 80 


Pavini; 


Snuare foot J ^°'^^'*' 


47 424 66 


Planking 


bquare le" J j^.j^.^^,g^jjj 


114,502 94 


Sidewalks 




134,073 46 


Curbs. . 




21 640 72 


Crosswalks 


Lineal ffeet 


6,115 64 



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Thus, it will be seen, that the enormous sum of ^1,566,312.56 has been expended within one 
year in improvino: the streets and sewers of the city. The cost for such work in the correspond- 
incr period of 1856-7 was ^47,433. Thinlc of this, ye Pioneers! 

The Sea AVall or Water Front of San Francisco. — By an Act of the Legislature of 
the State of California, approved April 24th, 1863. all the streets in front of the city have a 
uniform width of one hundred and fifty feet, the outer half, or seventy-five feet of which, is 
under the jurisdiction of the Harbor Commissioners, acting for the State of California, and the 
Commissioners were authorized to construct a sea-wall, extending from the north line of Harri- 
son Street to the south line of Chestnut Street. The Commissioners held their first meeting on 
the fourth of November, 1863. At that time a considerable portion of the water front was 
held by parties claiming interests adverse to the State, and the wharves under the control of 
the State were many of them in a very dilapidated and unsafe condition, requiring immediate 
and extensive repairs. By the provisions of the Act referred to, no money except that derived 
from the receipts of the wharves, exclusive of all expenses for repairs, could be devoted to the 
construction of the water front, nor has the Legislature since allowed any other appropriations 
of funds. In consequence of the difficulties under which they labored— although soundings 
were taken in 1865, and a general plan adopted in 1866 — it was not until May, 1867, that an 
engineer was appointed, G. L. Allardt, Esq. The plans having been prepared by the engineer, 
and approved by the Board, and the work having been advertised for public proposals, as 
required by law, on the eighteenth of July a contract was made with H. H. Houston, Esq., for 
the construction of two sections ; the first on Front Street, extending from the north line of 
Union Street to the north line of Vallejo Street, a distance of six hundred and fifty feet; and 
the second on East Street, from the southern line of Pacific Street to the southern line of 
Washington Street, a distance of seven hundred and forty-three feet. In October of the follow- 
ing year (1868), the Board also put under contract the construction from the southern line of 
Washington Street to the southern line of Market Street, seven hundred and twenty-nine feet ; 
and in May last contracted for the building of one thousand one hundred and thirty feet south 
of Market Street, or to a point fifty-two and a half feet north of Howard Street. The 
bulkhead on the first three contracts has been completed, amounting to two thousand one 
hundred and twenty-two lineal feet, and on the last contract about six hundred feet have 
been done, making the aggregate length on November 1st, two thousand one hundred and 
twenty-two feet, or a little over half a mile. The whole distance on the water front, 
from Harrison to Chestnut streets, is eight thousand three hundred and thirty-six feet, 
so that about one-third of the work authorized by the Legislature has been executed. Several 
modifications have been made in the plans first adopted by the Harbor Commissioners, but the 
work executed may be briefly described as follows : A channel to the depth of twenty feet below 
mean low tide, and one hundred feet wide at the bottom, (extending twenty-five feet east of the 
water front, and westward seventy-five feet, or to the limit of the jurisdiction of the Harbor 
Commissioners) is dredged out, in which is deposited a rock embankment, which is allowed to 
settle to a firm foundation, the top of which being level with the city grade. The outer or sea- 
side has a slope a little more than one to one, and is protected by large rock. At the water 
front there is a depth of twenty feet of water at low tide, and the top of the embankment is 
thirty-seven feet from the front line. Wharves are constructed, extending from the bulkhead to 
the water front, and the top of the embankment is covered with three-inch plank. The wharf 
between Union and Vallejo streets was finished about a year since, and the wliarves between 
Pacific and Jackson streets and between Washington and Market streets, have been recently 
completed. In the two latter all the pile caps and stringers, and fifty thousand feet of surface 
plank, have been preserved from decay and the attacks of the ship worm {teredo nevalis) under 
the Robbins' process by the Pacific Wood Preserving Company. 

The preservation of submerged wood has for many years exercised the minds of savans, and 
numerous experiments have been tried in Europe and in the United States, having for its object 
the prevention of the decay or decomposition of wood used for piles or street pavements. The 
Roijbins' Patent has been adopted by our State Harbor Commissioners as the best preventive 
against the teredo. In Europe preparations of copper, of zinc, of iron, and of mercury, have 
been used as preservatives singly, and conjointly, but, although answering the purpose to a cer- 
tain extent, they are not only costly but their qualities have been often rendered nugatory by 
galvanic action ; also these metalic preparations when exposed to liquid chloride of sodium (or 
sea-water) lose their preserving qualities. The great desideratum, then, seems to be to carbon- 
ate the wood, but not to make charcoal of it, which would destroy its elasticity. 'J'his can only 
be done by infusing into the pores of the wood (after removing the albumen) the hydro-carbon 
oils from coal-tar, or petroleum. This is simply the Robbins' Process, and is believed to be 
superior to anything yet discovered for the preservation of wood from insects, worms, or decay. 

State Harbor Commissioners. — Following is a statement of the receipts and disbursements 
of the State Harbor Commissioners from November 2d, 1868, to October 2d, 1869 : 



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RECKIPTS. 

Wharf Dues f 2fil.476 53 

ConimisBioners' Order on State Wlmrf and Dock Fuud 41,113 11 

CommisBiouera' Order on Harbor Protection Fuud 247,323 17 

Total 1552,912 81 

DISBUKSEJIE.NTS. 

Current Expenses $105,309 10 

San Francisco Harbor Protection Fund, (amount remitted State Treasurer) 146,343 13 

State Wharf and Dock Fuud, (amount remitted State Treasurer) 50,210 78 

Total $552,912 81 

Board of Tide Land Commissioners. — This Board went into operation in June, 1868, by 
Act of the Legislature ; since the commencement of their important duties the Board has had 
much to contend yvith in settling the demands of adverse claiments, determining the price to be 
paid for each block, having surveys made and setting apart reservations for docks and wharves. 
They have since their organization made two extensive sales of Tide Lands ; the first made in 
June, 1869, comprised that portion of the lands bounded on the north by Twenty-fourth Ave- 
nue and the open canal ; on the east by the water front : on the west by the shores of the bay. 
and on the south by the county line, containing two hundred and four blocks or sections of 
blocks. This sale netted §328,467.63. The September sale comprised that portion bounded on 
the north by Islais Creek ; on the east by the water front ; on the west by the shores of the 
bay, and on the south by Twenty-fourth Avenue and the open canal, containing one hundred 
and fourty-three blocks. The proceeds of this sale amounted to .SI 21. 001.23. Office southwest 
corner of Clay and Kearny streets. Members of the Board : B. F. Washington, H. P. Coon, 
and L. L. Bullock. 

The Second Street Cut. — The opening of Second Street, from Folsom to Bryant, has 
proved a more stupendous undertaking than was anticipated. As the workmen proceeded with 
the grading, they were seriously and sometimes fatally interrupted by the falling avalanches of 
earth caused by the excavations. Another obstacle presented itself. The ground on each side 
of the bank, a few feet from the cut. would sink, and force itself out at the bottom of the bank, 
thereby endangering the lives of the workmen by the caving in of the superincumbent earth. 
This was chiefly occasioned by the formation of the soil being composed of alternate layers of 
rock and deposits of sand, which, being non-cohesive, bulged downward and inward, like the 
filling in of a swampy piece of land. The opening of the hill, which is in some places seventy- 
five feet high, commenced in April of this year, and will be completed about the first of No- 
vember. This work presents another proof of the indomitable perseverance of the citizens of 
San Francisco. There has been constantly employed since the commencement of the under- 
taking, two hundred and fifty teams, and five hundred men, including drivers. The excavating 
and grading is under the supervision of Mr. J. B. Kemp. The bridge which spans the chasm 
across Harrison Street will be a solid and safe structure. The walls on Second Street are built 
of large blocks of Folsom granite, which are anchored transversely and laterally, the anchors 
being carried deep into the bank, thereby precluding any danger from caving. The arch will 
be spanned by a strong iron-bolted structure of wood, which will defy the attacks of cither 
tempest or earthquake. Mr. George Bordwell is the architect. 

Exten.sive Grading Operations.— The steam-paddy has been constantly at work during the 
past year in loading the dirt-cars on the various temporary railways in the different streets be- 
tween Sixth Street and the Mission Dolores. Hills have been leveled and valleys filled up, so 
that the southwestern part of the city has lost its former " lumpy " aspect, and now presents 
the appearance of a level plain. In the vicinity of the Long Bridge a large number of water 
lots have been filled in, and extensive improvements thereon are now in procc's of compleiinn. 
The appreciation of real estate consequent upon these operations will be immense. Many other 
improvements of a similar character have been made in the city during the past year, which lack 
of space precludes us from noticing particularly. 

Telegraph Hili,. — This old landmark, which was so often gazed upon by early pioneers 
with anxious faces and throbbing hearts, for signals of coming steamers bringing news or friends 
from home, is fast disappearing before the drill and the pick of the laborer. On the northwest 
corner of Montgomery and Broadway streets, a mass of seventy-two thousand cubic feet of rock 
has been removed, and on the line of Sansom Street, intersected by Vallejo Street, the gap from 
which the rock is being taken extends to Green Street on the north, and is fast ajjproaching 
Kearny Street on the west. The building of the sea wall here found a ready source of material 
for filling in the landward portion of this great undertaking. Over two hundred thousand tons 
have been used for that purpose, as well as for ballast for sliips, and the hill will furnish a never- 
failing supply of material for filling in the water front of the northern part of the city until 
Sansom Street shall have been graded from Market Street to Xorth Point Dock. 



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Washington Square. — In the northern section of the city the Board of Supervisors have 
performed a most necessary and sanitary act in inclosing and beautifying Washington Square. 
This once unsightly spot, the disgust of all passers by, has at length assumed a look of cheer- 
fulness, and it is a pleasant sight to see the children gamboling through its walks, their young 
frames strengthened and invigorated by the health-giving breezes fresh from the ocean. 

Columbia Square. — This lung of the southern part of the city has also been improved, and 
from a piece of unsightly waste land has now assumed the appearence of a cultivated oasis in 
the desert of sand-hills abounding in that quarter and will prove a healthful place of recreation 
for the children of the neighborhood. 

New Montgomery Street. — This street has been opened from Market to Howard streets, 
and will doubtless become a favorite locality for stores at least that portion next to Market 
Street ; this will be an acceptable feature for the increasing population of the southern part of 
the city. It is contemplated by the company owning the property to build several first-class 
residences on that portion of the street near Howard Street as an inducement to respectable 
families to reside there ; the proximity of the Grand Hotel and the removal of the palatial 
residences from Rincon Hill will doubtless make this quarter the Belgravia of San Francisco. 

The Montgomery Street Extension. — When this contemplated improvement shall have 
been carried out, San Francisco can boast of a street affording a promenade of one and three- 
quarters miles long, from Vallejo to Channel streets, adorned with as handsome buildings as are 
to be seen in any city of the Union. This in connection with the Second Street cut will form 
two direct avenues for traffic between the southern and northern sections of the city. 

Nevr Buildings. 

Church Buildings. — Several new and costly edifices devoted to religion have been erected 
and completed during the past year, the principal of which is the Calvary Presbyterian Church, 
having an outside measurement of one hundred and sixteen feet on Geary Street by seventy-six 
OH Powell Street, erected at a cost of about §90,000, exclusive of the lot valued at §.50,000. 
This church consists of two stories, the lower designed for lecture, class, library, and Sunday- 
school uses, and the upper for pastor's study and regular services. The building, which is sur- 
mounted by ten small towers, partakes of a combination of styles, the Grecian being predom- 
inant. Though massive and substantial it is not devoid of elegance, comparing favorably with 
the many handsome ecclesiastical edifices situate in that part of the city.... The new St. 
Patrick's Catholic Church, on the north side of Mission Street, between Third and Fourth, will, 
when finished, be one of the largest churches in the State. Its dimensions are one hundred and 
sixty by ninety feet in the clear. The style of architecture is Gothic, 'i'he walls are of great 
thickness, and the floor is supported by iron pillars, giving great strength and solidity to the 
building. The walls are thirty feet high from the basement, and from this point there is a 
clear story, making the hight inside, from floor to ceiling, seventy-five feet. This will be sur- 
mounted by a tower two hundred and twenty-five feet in hight. The building contains five 
aisles, and, to render it secure against earthquakes, the roof will be supported independently of 
the walls, by resting on two rows of pillai"s, which run the entire length of the building. From 
these pillars arms are thrown out, to support the side roof from which the clear story starts. The 
roof is firmly bound to these pillars, which are connected to each other by girders. The build- 
ing is under the supervision of the Rev. Father Gray, with Mr. M. O'Brien as superintending 
builder. . . .The congregation of the Second Baptist Church are erecting a commodious and ele- 
gant edifice on Russ Street between Howard and Folsom. Its exterior is seventy by one hundred 
feet. The style of architecture is purely Gothic. The roof is surmounted by three spires, the 
center one being eighty feet in hight, and the other two of lesser altitudes. The cost of the 
church and lot will be §45,000. Wolfe <feSons are the architects . . . .The congregation of the 
Central Presbyterian Church have recently completed a very handsome edifice on Tyler Street 
near Taylor. It has a frontage of twelve feet, running back one hundred and thirty-one and 
a half feet, and is capable of seating five hundred persons. The building is of wood with a brick 
foundation, and is heavily bolted and firmly braced together. There are two towers in front, 
and on the westerly one rises a spire one hundred and twelve feet high. The style of architec- 
ture is the Xorman of the eleventh century, somewhat modified. Altogether, it'has a very im- 
posing appearance .... The congregation of the Fifth Baptist Church, Rev. C. A. Buckbee, 
Pastor, have completed a neat structure on Twenty-second Street, between Howard and Capp,at 
a cost, including the lot, of §13,000. . . .New church buildings have been also erected by the 
Third Baptist Church (colored). Rev. J. R. Toung, Pastor, at a cost of §10,000; the Bush 
Street M. E. Church, Rev. W. Hulbert, Pastor, and the South San Francisco M. E. Church, 
Rev. T. P. Williams, Pastor. 

The New U. S. Branch Mint. — This magnificent public edifice was commenced in the early 
part of the present year. It is situated on the northwest corner of Mission and Fifth streets. 



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ami when finished will probably be second to no institution of the kind in the Union. It will 
have all the accommodations and other necessary requisites for such an important branch of the 
Government, many of which are lackinji in the old concern on Commercial Street. 'J'he plan 
of the building has been so often described that it is unnecessary for us to enter into detail, 
but we will give the general dimensions of the building. It will have a frontage of one hundred 
and si.\ty-five feet on Mission Street, by a depth of two hundred and twentj-five feet on Fifth 
Street. 'The building will be two stories in hight, with a basement above the foundation. The 
style will be of the composite order of architecture. Doubts having arisen as to the capacity 
of the ground to support such a structure, a boring of forty-four feet was made, which proved 
satisfactory, when work was immediately commenced, and a solid foundation laid in concrete. 
The building will cost 8975,000, and the appropriation for the Mint when finished is stated at 
§1,2.50,000. Mr. A. B. ilullet is the architect. 

The Grand Hotel. — This hotel, now in course of construction, will, when completed, be one 
of the most magnificent structures of its kind in San Francisco, or, perhaps, in any city of the 
Union. The style of architecture is the French renaissance, highly decorated. The building 
will consist of a basement, three stories, and an attic with a high Mansard roof. There will be 
two distinct blocks of buildings, connected in the upper stories by a bridge across Stevenson 
Street. The largest of the two blocks will front on New Montgomery, Market, Second, and 
Stevenson streets ; the smaller one will front on New Montgomery, Stevenson, and Jessie streets. 
At the corner of Market and New Montgomery streets there will be an octagonal tower, to be 
used as an observatory. Each corner of the building will also be surmounted by a tower. The 
dining-room will be sixty by ninety feet, and twenty feet in hight,, richly decorated. The main 
entrance will be on New Montgomery Street, the other entrances on New Montgomery, Ste- 
venson, and Jessie streets, so that in case of alarm there will be ample means of egre.ss from 
every part of the building. On the first floor there will be twenty-two stores, aud in the hotel 
there will be four hundred rooms, single, double, and en suite. An improvement on the old 
system of bells will be the introduction of telegraphic communication between the rooms and the 
office. The building will be of iron and brick, with thoroughly-braced wooden frames, to which 
the iron and brick will be secured with anchors, placed vertically and horizontally, three feet 
apart, so as to render the building comparatively secure against earthquakes. The whole 
structure will cost about $400,000, aud is expected to be finished in February, 1870. The 
hotel has been leased by G. S. Johnson & Co., and will be opened for guests about the first day 
of May, 1870. J. P. Gaynor is the architect. 

Occidental Hotel. — An addition is being made to the already gigantic proportiong of this 
splendid hotel. 'Ilie new portion will have a frontage of sixty-six leet on Montgomery Street, 
by a depth of one hundred and sixty-seven feet on Sutter Street. The first story, as in the 
older portion of the building, will be occupied by stores, six in number, and the upper part will 
add to the present large accommodation for guests, for which the hotel is celebrated. The en- 
tire building will contain, when the addition is completed, four hundred and twelve rooms, ex- 
clusive of ladies' parlor, dining-room, billiard-rooms, offices, etc. Fire hydrants, with the neces- 
sary hose, are placed at convenient distances in <?ase of an alarm of fire, and a spacious hall and 
stair case, will be built in the new building to give free egress should a panic occur. 'J'he hotel 
is to be furnished with an elevator, to be worked by steam, lor the accommodation of guests 
whc do not wish to use the common stairs. The walls will be iron braced and thoroughly an- 
chored, and secured by heavy tie-rods, in every story, thereby securing the building against 
earthquake shocks. The addition will cost $190,000. Messrs. Johnson & Mooser are the 
architects. 

The Pacific; Bank.— This new building, on the northwest corner of Pine and Sansom 
streets, is, perhaps, one of the most secure buildings in the city. Its style of architecture is the 
French rennissance. and its dimensions are eighty-eight feet on Fine Street by thirty-six feet on 
Sansom Street. It is a three-story and basement building, with lofty ceilings ; the first floor to 
be occupied by the bank and the upper stories to be let for offices. This building is considered 
earthquake-proof, the outer walls of brick and iron being fastened by strong anchors to an in- 
ner structure of heavy timber, so as to prevent the falling of the floors should the outer walls 
give way. This is a great improvement on the old style of building, and will give a sense of se- 
curity to the occupants. The cost of this building" is estimated at §90,000. S. Rawn is the 
. architect. 

Bank of British NoRTn America and Other Bi'ildinos. — On the northeast corner of Cal- 
ifornia and Sansom streets, Mr. I. Friedlander is erecting three buildings, which, for solidity, 
safety, and beauty, will compare favorably with any structure heretofore erected in this city. 
The style of these buildings is English renaissance, and in hight they are three stories and base- 
ment. 'IMie iron castings are of the most magnificent patterns, and will add luster to the costly 
architectural designs already displayed on California Street. The corner building will be occu- 



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pied by the Bank of British North America ; the others, with the upper stories, will be occupied 
as ofBces. Next to Mr. Friedlander's, on California Street, a building is being erected by Mr. 
Willey, and next to that is the California Insurance Company's office, all built in the same style. 
These buildings, like the Pacific Bank, are secured by iron braces to an inner structure of wood, 
to render them, as far as possible, earthquake-proof. The cost will be 8160,000. "Wright & 
Saunders are the architects. 

On the junction of Market, Ellis, and Stockton streets, Mr. John Nightingale has replaced a 
series of one-story shanties by a three-story and basement frame building, which is an ornament 
to the Eighth Ward. It extends one hundred and twenty feet on Market street, and the same on 
Ellis Street, and presents an architectual appearance at once unique and graceful. The lower 
part is occupied as stores, and the upper stories as lodgings. It was the original intention of 
the proprietor to erect a brick building, but the earthquake of October, 1868, caused him to alter 
his plans, and he has erected the present frame buildiflg as less liable to damage from that cause. 
In the building there are thirty-three oriel (or bay) windows, which impart an airiness to the 
building which is pleasing to the eye. The cost of the structure was 830,000. Mr. Charles 
Geddes is the architect. 

Savixgs and Loan Society Bcildixg. — This association has had erected a building which 
for richness of design is superior to anything of the kind in the city. It is situated on Clay 
Street between Montgomery and Kearny, three stories and basement ; the entire front, the first of 
the kind erected in this city, is of iron, each story supported by Corinthian columns, the facade 
beautifully ornamented with architectural designs, and the whole presenting an appearance of 
beauty combined with strength. The style of architecture is what is called the modern, an inno- 
vation on the ancient designs, but of great strength and solidity. The building cost $50,000. 
J. P. Gaynor, architect. 

Girls' New High School. — On the corner of Bush and Stockton streets, the site of the 
Girls' High School, the Board of Education are erecting a new school house, having found the 
old one inadequate for the increased number of pupils. The building is fifty-six by ninety-two 
feet, three stories high ; to secure it as much as possible against earthquake shocks, it is built of 
heavy timbers, anchored and bolted together on a solid brick foundation. The exterior of the 
building will be finished in the Ionic order of architecture, and the roof will be surmounted by 
a cupola. All the modern improvements of egress, in case of alarm, have been attended to, such 
as wide stairs and halls, with an uninterrupted communication through the interior. The ceil- 
ings .are respectively fourteen and a half and fifteen and a half feet high ; the rooms are well 
ventilated, and every convenience for cleanliness and comfort is adopted ; in fact, it is a model 
school house. 

South Sax Francisco School. — On the corner of L Street and Fourteenth Avenue, there 
is being erected a public school, which when finished and occupied, will prove of lasting benefit 
to South San Francisco ; the building is fifty-eight by ninety-five feet, two stories high, and 
built like the Girls' High School, of timbers solidly bound together with iron anchors ; there is 
ample accommodation for lour hundred and eighty scholars ; the interior is well lighted and 
ventilated ; the rooms are fifteen feet high ; halls and stairs wide and easy of egress. The 
exterior will present a solid, plain, and pleasing appearance. Mr. Wm. Crane' is the architect 
of both buildings. 

School of the Sisters of the Presentation — Corner of Taylor and Ellis streets. This 
commodious edifice is now completed by the addition of the western wing; it covers the fifty- 
vara lot on the southwest corner of Ellis and Taylor streets, and extends one hundred and 
twenty-seven feet on each street ; it is a two-story and basement building ; the school rooms 
which are large and lofty, are capable of containing fifteen hundred pupils. The system of ven- 
tilation is on such an improved principal that the lungs of the scholars will be at all hoars 
inflated with au abundance of fresh air, which will tend to prevent that lassitude of the 
pupils often observed in close school rooms. The style of the building is Italian, and the entire 
cost S60.000. 

Harfending's Block. — On the south side of Market Street, between First and Second, Jilr. 
Harpending has erected a block of eight brick buildings, with a frontage of two hundred and 
fifty feet on Market Street by one hundred and fifty-five feet deep to Stevenson Street. They 
are three stories and basement in bight. The lower story is divided into eight lofty stores, the 
fronts of which are raised on Corinthian columns. The whole building is of the new style of 
that architecture, and has been constructed on the earthquake-preventive principle. Cost, 
about 8170.000. J. P. Gaynor, architect. Adjoining on the west, Mr. Sampson Tams is erect- 
ing three stores, three stories and basement in hight, with a frontage of one hundred feet on 
Market by one hundred and fifty-five feet to Stevenson Street. The first stories have Corinthian 
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will cost $65,000. In connection with the Harpending buildings, they will form one of the 
handsomest blocks in the southern part of the city. Mr. England is the architect. 

New Markets. — On the southeast corner of Sixth and Market streets, Dr. Blankman is 
erecting a very extensive one-story and basement building, to be used as a market. It will run 
one hundred and seventy-five feet from Market Street to Stevenson Street, and fronts on Market 
ninety-eight feet. As that portion of the city is densely populated this is a much-needed con- 
venience to the public, and will doubtless well repay the owner of the property. Mr. Maberry 
is the builder. — A large addition has been made to the California Market on Pine Street, but 
which will at present be used for other than market purposes. The stores on the first floor will 
be occupied by the firm of Bowen Brothers as a mammoth grocery ; the upper story will be 
used by the German military companies ior drill rooms, etc. The building is two stories high, 
with fanciful oriel windows on the front of>. the second story. 

Bancroft's New BciLDiNb. — On Market Street, between Third and Fourth, Mr. H. H. 
Bancroft is putting up a building of seventy-five feet front, extending through to Stevenson 
Street one hundred and seventy feet. It will, perhaps, be one of the handsomest fronts in the 
city. The building will be five stories and basement in hight, and be divided into two stores. 
The first three stories will be adorned with richly ornamented columns and figures, emblematic 
of the use for which the building is intended. Mr. Bancroft will occupy the eastern portion as 
a publishing house, printing office, and bookbindery, and the other will be let for manufacturing 
purposes. There will be steam power in the building, which, when completed, will cost 
ai20,000. 

The Irish- American Benevolent Society's Hall, on Howard Street, between Fourth 
and Fifth, will be a handsome building, and very appropriate for the purpose intended — that of 
society meetings. The main hall will be forty-six by sixty-three feet, with a hight of twenty- 
two feet. There are numerous committee rooms, ladies' drawing-room and parlor, with a large 
basement for social purposes. The style of architecture partakes of the Venetian. Mr. John 
McNamara is the superintending builder, under the direction of Mr. P. W. Walsh, architect. 
The building is expected to be ready for occupation about January, 1870. 

Druids' Hall, recently erected on the south side of Sutter Street, between Stockton and 
Dnpont, is a two-story frame building, with brick basement, and contains four halls and two 
stores. It has an area of fifty by one hundred feet, and cost $30,000. Eisen & Schmidt, 
architects. 

The Golden Gate Mills. — The new buildings on the east side of First Street, between 

Market and Mission, were completed in September, 18t!8. This building is of brick, four 

stories and basement, fifty by one hundred feet, and built in the most substantial manner. It 

„^ I stood the test of the earthquake of October, 1668, without the slightest indication of damage, 

g and the machinery was kept running throughout the day. The mills are owned by Mr. Horace 

Davis. Cost of building alone, §30,000. Eisen & Schmidt, architects. 

Miscellaneocs. — One of the most elegant and costly private residences in San Francisco is 
that of Mr. D. J. Tallant. on the corner of Bush and Jones streets. The building is ninety by 
H i fifty-five feet, two stories and basement, and French roof; and its external appearance, sur- 
^ i rounded as it is, by artistically laid out grounds, is highly ornamental, and one of the most 
O i pleasing features of that portion of the city. The basement is of brick, strengthened by hoop- 
^ I iron, and the upper stories are of wood, but built with such a degree of strength that the building 
is pronounced by the architects (Messrs. Wright & Saunders) earthquake-proof. Cost, 
350,000. 

On the south side of Pine Street, between Montgomery and Sansom, a four-story and base- 
ment brick building has been erected by Messrs. A. S. Rosenbaura & Co. and Nelson & Doble. 
It is sixty-nine by one hundred and thirty-nine feet, and will be divided into two warehouses, 
occupied respectively by George O. AVhitney & Co. and Stringer & Co., both furniture dealers. 
This is a first-class structure in every respect, and cost 855,000. Eisen & Schmidt, architects. 

Nicholas Luninghas recently completed a substantial brick and iron front building on the site 
of the Old Calvary Church. Bush Street. The building covers the entire lot, sixty-eight by one 
hundred and thirty seven and one-half feet, is of three stories and has a Mansard roof. The en- 
tire cost, including the lot, is §150,000. N. P. Cole & Co., furniture dealers, have leased the 
premises for a term of years, at a monthly rental of $1,500. 

The new structure recently completed by the Houston Estate, on the south side of California 
Street near Sansom, is one of the handsomest buildings in the neighborhood. It covers an area 
forty by seventy-Rve feet, three stories and basement, substantially built of brick with an iron 
front. Cost of' building. $80,000. The building adjoining on the west, erected by Dixon & 
Gawne, is similar in its character, occupying a lot twenty by seventy-five feet. Cost, $25,000. 
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John Myers has constructed a new three-story building of brick, with the first story iron front, 
on Bush Street near Montcromery. Its size is thirty by seventy feet, and built in the most 
thorough manner. Cost, 830,000. Hyatt & Leonard, architects. 

Ml". C. Gleins has built, on the northeast corner of Market and Mason streets, an A 1 
brick building, fifty by one hundred feet, three stories and basement. The lower story will be 
devoted to stores and the upper stories used as a lodging house. This structure is very strongly 
built, having iron ties all around. Cost, S4.o,000. Eisen & Schmidt, architects. 

At the junction of Market, Sutter, and Sansom streets, a building has been commenced for 
Messrs. J. Funkenstein and M. Cohn, to be completed before February 1st, 1870. It will be 
ninety-one front on Market Street by ninety-eight feet on Sansom Street in size, three stories 
and "basement, and the entire building will be divided into three stores, the front of first story 
of iron. It will be finished in a first-class manner, and will cost .S65.fl00. 

A handsome first-class building has been erected at the southwest corner of California and 
Davis streets. It has three stories and basement, the first story being of cast-iron and the up- 
per stories of pressed brick, stone, and iron. The area of the building is one hundred and thirty- 
.seven and one-half bv one hundred and thirty-seven and one-half feet. The lower story will 
be divided into store.?, the second will be used for offices, and the third for workshops. This 
property is owned by Mr. J. W. Brittau, and cost 3120,000. Eisen & Schmidt, architects. 

On the south side of Bush, between Kearny and Dupont streets, a handsomely-finished and 
substantial brick building has been erected for Messrs. Lemme Bros., which is occupied by 
the French Savings and Loan Society. It is thirty by sixty feet, three stories and basement, 
and cost S30.000. Eisen & Schmidt, architects. 

A. E. Bauer has erected a first-class brick building on the south side of Post Street, between 
Kearnv and Dupont. It is twentv by sixty-two feet, three stories and basement. Cost, 
SI 6,000. Eisen & Schmidt, architects. 

An elegant private residence, with brick basement and frame upper stories, has been built for 
Mr. Isidor Wormser, on the north side of Sutter Street, between Powell and Mason. Cost, 
830,000. Similar residences have been built for Messrs. H. Levison, corner of Van Xess 
Avenue and Bush Street, cost, 820.000 ; S, Rosenblatt, corner of Van Ness Avenue and 
Post Street, cost, 816,000 ; and James Laidley, corner of Filbert and Octavia streets, cost, 
S20.000. 

On Clay Street, between Drumm and East, there are being erected four stores, of iron and 
brick, having a frontage of sixty-eight feet on Clay and Merchant streets, with a depth of one 
hundred and fifteen feet. They will contain two stories and basement, and are built on four 
hundred piles. They will be occupied by produce dealers. Mr. Martin is having the next fifty- 
vara lot prepared for a building the same as above, by driving the same number of piles. The 
piles used in both instances being sixty-eight feet long, insuring a good foundation. This is a 
much-needed improvement in this hitherto " Fisherman's Bay." 

On the southwest corner of California and Franklin streets, Mr. H. H. Bancroft is erecting 
a handsome residence of three stories and basement. The building will be furnished with all 
the modern improvements. Tiie third story will be finished in the now-prevailing style for man- 
sions, with a Mansard attic roof, giving a rural appearance to the structure. The cost will be 
850.000. Wolfe & Son are the architects. 

A block of six two-story and basement frame buildings have been erected on the north side 
of OTarrell Street, between Larkin and Polk. These buildings, which have all the modern 
improvements, are owned by Messrs. Brown & Bro., and cost .$30,000. 

The " German Demokrat" Building, F. Hess & Co. owners, on the corner of Sacramento and 
Kearny streets, is a brick structure, twenty-five by thirty feet, containing four stories and base- 
ment, and cost 818.000. Built by Eisen & Schmidt. 

A very substantial building has been erected on the corner of Bush Street and Mary Lane, 
a few doors above Kearny, by Mr. Ernest Tittel. It has forty and a half feet front on Bush 
Street, by sixty-one and a half feet in depth. It is three stories in hight. tiie first story being of 
iron and the upper part of the building of brick, handsomely faced with cement. The lower 
story comprises two spacious stores. The second and third stories contain, respectively, twelve 
and thirteen rooms, which are occupied as lodgings. 

On the north side of OTarrell Street, between Mason and Taylor, Messrs. Johnson & 
Mooser, are putting up two dwelling houses of three stories ; this will finish the block of eight 
houses on the northeast corner of OTarrell and ^lason streets. The houses are built in the 
modern style of architecture, and present a handsome appearance. 

Number of Buildino;s.—Toto.], city and county, June 30, 1868, 18,009, of which 4.097 
are of brick, and 13.912 wood; erected sinco July 1, 1868, estimated, 8.o0, of which 250 are of 
brick and 600 wood. In the erection of the new buildings for 1869 it is estimated that ovpr 
200 frame buildings were replaced with new ones, principally of brick. Total, December, 1869, 
18,659 : Brick, 4,347 ; wood, 14,312. 



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Eailroads on the Pacific Coast. 

During the past year the construction of raiiroatls on the Pacific Coast, and particularly in 
I California, has been pushed with an energy unprecedented in the history of any country. Many 
of the roads previously projected have been completed, are already in good running order and 
doing a large and remunerative business. These roads promise soon to stimulate the occupancy 
of our farming lands in hitherto neglected sections of the State, by giving cheap and speedy 
' transportation for their products to nearer and more profitable markets. This will more especi- 
ally be the case with the southern portion of the State, the lands of which, though universally 
productive, have heretofore been considered almost valueless on account of the high cost of 
freighting. Another valuable feature in connection with the extension of railroads is the dispo- 
sition of owners to bring large tracts of land into cultivation by selling the same in small subdi- 
visions to actual settlers. Thus large grants of land, which have been the greatest drawback to 
the success of Southern California, are being broken up into small farms, and a new era of 
prosperity commenced which will give that section high rank for value and productive capacity. 
I What is true of the southern is to a large extent equally correct as regards the northern portion 
I of the State, the remoteness of which from markets, and high cost and difficulties attending 
i transportation, has largely prevented development. Both sections only require the extension of 
: the railroad system projected to exhibit a productiveness and wealth that will surprise all who 
have not studied the capabilities of their .soil and climate. 
I One of the most important events that has marked the past year, if not the past century, has 
been the successful completion of the Pacific Railroad, over which trains now run from and to 
the shores of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. In the completion of the Central Pacific Rail- 
road in particular, which is the western end of the grand trans-continental railway, the people 
of California have showed an energy and perseverance under difficulties that is beyond all praise, 
a large portion of the road having been built with a degree of rapidity and perfectness com- 
bined never before known. This road is now in excellent condition, is fully equipped with roll- 
ing stock and other appurtenances, and for speed and safety of transportation has no superior in 
the United States. Although in the incipiency of development, as a means for transportation 
i of freight and passengers, its traffic has been enormous, and its earnings of a very profitable 
nature. The Central Pacific Railroad now extends from Sacramento to Ogden, a distance of 
seven hundred and forty-four miles. 

The Western Pacific Railroad, running from Sacramento, via Stockton, to Oakland, with a 
branch line some twenty-five miles long from Vallejo Mills to San Jose, has also been con- 
structed during the past year, thereby opening up large tracts of land for an improved cultiva- 
tion. These have heretofore been virtually worthless on account of high freights, which almost 
consumed the value of wheat and other grain, in seeking a market. The main line of this rail- 
road, one hundred and twenty-three miles long from Sacramento to Oakland, was entirely built 
during 1868, as was also a portion of the branch line from Yallejo Mills to San Jose. Both pass 
through very fertile tracts of country, whose capabilities to produce wheat and other cereals are 
comparatively without limits. In anticipation of the speedy completion of the main line to 
Oakland, unusually extensive crops of grain were sown during the last winter, the result being 
an enormous harvest beyond all precedent. As an instance of the vast local freightage which 
will naturally seek this road, it is estimated that fully one million sacks of wheat alone were 
stored at the station in Livermore Valley, awaiting transportation, ■when the first rains of this 
winter set in in October. The amount of freightage over this road in future ])romiscs to be 
without precedent, when its length of track, without feeder or branch lines or other connecting 
transportation is considered. In the temporary completion of the Western Pacific Railroad a 
portion of the San Francisco and Alameda Railroad, extending from San Leandroto the Kncinal 
at tide water, was used, which was subsequently followed by the merging of the latter road into 
the former organization. 

The California Pat-ific Railroad, which last year was completed from Yallejo to Sacramento, 

I has now been finished to Marysvrlle direct from Davisville, the first cars passing over the entire 

] read in the latter part of November, 1 8G9. By the new section of road, through connection is bad 

! from Valkjo with Marysville, as well as with Sacramento, thereby saving considerable time and 

expense in transportation, the trip from San Francisco to Marysville being made in about six 

hours, with close connections. The Sacramento branch of this road, which was run the entire 

past year, is reported to have made the most profitable returns from its traffic of any on the 

Pacific coast. The greater portions of both branches of this road pass through some of "the finest 

grain lands of the State which have hitherto been uncultivated, from want of cheap freightage to 

market. 

The Napa Valley Railroad, which connects with the California Pacific Railroad seven miles 
from Vallejo, has done a larirely-increased busine.«s during 1809. This road terminates at Calis- 
toga at the head of Napa Valley about forty miles from Vallejo. Besides the products of that 



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valley the road also draws considerable freightasre from other smaller valleys adjacent, as well as 
from the mountainous section of country around, which latter are being rapidly settled up for 
growing wine and other products. 

The California Cc^ntral Railroad running from Roseville (a station of the Central Pacific 
Railroad) to Lincoln, a distance of ten miles, and the Yuba Valley Railroad from Liucolu to 
Marysville, a distance of twenty-four miles, have both been consolidated during the past year, 
with the California and Oregon Railroad which is to extend to the State line of Oregon, a dis- 
tance of two hundred and seventy-four miles from Marysville. This latter road is already 
graded and ironed some twenty miles beyond Marysville towards Chico. and, from present ap- 
pearances, will in great part be constructed during the ensuing year. The line of the road, for quite 
a distance, runs about midway through the upper Sacramento Yalley, and, when completed, will 
give facilities for cheap and speedy transportation for a very large section of country which has 
heretofore had to depend upon stage and team service. This road is expected to attract the at- 
tention of farmers to the northern portion of the State which is reported to be very rich in 
natural wealth and fertility of soil. 

The California Northern Railroad which extends from Marysville to Oroville, a distance of 
twenty-six miles, during the past year was expected to have formed a portion of the California 
and Oregon Railroad. Negotiations to that effect were however unsuccessful, and arrangements 
Lave been made to connect the Oroville road with a new company, who expect to build a road 
over the Sierras by way of Beckwith's Pass. It is claimed that this road, which is to follow 
the line of the Middle Feather River, is shorter, with less gradients and so far below the deep 
snow line as to be comparatively free from difficulty from that source in winter. 

On the Sacramento Yalley Railroad, and the Placerville and Sacramento Yalley Railroad 
which form a line between Sacramento. Folsom, and Shingle Springs, about twelve miles from 
Placerville, no extensions or changes of importance have taken place during 1869. The latter 
road has been sold for its bonded indebtedness, and from lack of continued construction to entitle 
it to them, as per Act of Congress, the public lands along its proposed route have lately been 
thrown open for settlement. This road has always been dependent on the Sacramento Yalley 
Railroad for rolling stock to run it, and has been unfavorably affected thereby. It is. however, 
reported, that the California Pacific Company are negotiating for J;he control or purchase of the 
Placerville road with a view of making a connection with the line at White Rock, some seven 
miles south of Folscm. Should this arrangement take place, it is probable that the road will be 
completed to Placerville some twelve miles further into the Sierras, with a branch or feeder line 
running south through Amador County from Latrobe Station. 

The Copperopolis Railroad, which was intended to run from Stockton to Copperopolis. a dis- 
tance of thirty miles, has made no progress during the past year. The great depression in the 
value of copper in all the marts of the world has seriously affected the business of copper mining 
from which was expected the principal source of revenue of this road. A new effort is being 
made to complete the construction of this road by the issuance of a million dollars in bonds of 
the company, the sale of which, it is estimated, will complete and equip the road for service. A 
considerable amount of grading has already been done, and if the proposed action can be favor- 
ably carried out, the road can easily be completed during the coming year. 

The San Joaquin and Tulare Railroad is projected by the owners of the Central, "Western 
Pacific, and California and Oregon railroads. The intended line of this road runs through the 
San Joaquin Yalley south to Yisalia, and it is contemplated by the projectors to in time extend 
it south to the Colorado River. This, with the connections with the Western Pacific at Stock- 
ton. Central Pacific at Sacramento, and California and Oregon Railroad at Roseville, will form 
a truck line of road extending from the Columbia River in Oregon to the Colorado River on 
the boundaries of Mexico. The importance of this grand line, extending over nine hundred 
miles through this State, and connecting with others to both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts, 
can hardly be overestimated. When completed this trunk will have many small feeder lines 
running east and west through the great valleys it traverses, and will have a vast influence in set- 
tling up those sections along the Sierras, which are as yet almost without population. Prob- 
ably no system of railroads in the United States will do more to stimulate and develop the re- 
sources of the same area of country than this grand trunk line will in California when completed. 

The Oakland Railroad, running from Oakland Point to Clinton, a distance of four miles, 
and the San Francisco and Alameda Railroad, have been absorbed by the Western Pacific Rail- 
road, the latter now making its terminus at Oakland Point. ' 

The San Francisco and San Jose Railroad, running a distance of about fifty miles, has made 
no extensions during the past year, but the traffic in both passengers and freight over the r)ad 
has largely increased. It has been rumored that this road was to be purchased by the Southern 
Pacific Railroad Company, and would form the connecting link with San Francisco. No def- 
inite steps have been taken in this connection as far as known — the whole project seeming to be 
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The Southern Pacific Railroad, of which mention has been made, has during tlie past year 
completed a track from San Jose tu Gilroy, a distance of thirty miles. This road has been pe- 
culiarly unfortunate in its management, the first incorporators for several years doing nothing to 
forward its construction beyond obtaining a subsidy of government lands, to be reserved along 
its proposed line. The route being a matter of doubt, the incorporators claiming two distinct 
lines of survey, kept a very large quantity of land from settlement, until the inability of the 
management to comply with the terms of the grant became so apparent that the Secretary of the 
Interior again placed the lands in market for entry. Subsequently the road passed into the 
hands of a stronger management, whose operations however have been confined to the construc- 
tion of the small .section to Gilroy named above, which was largely aided by bonds of the city 
of San Francisco, that were donated for that purpose. At present the railroad company are 
awaiting action by Congress, which it is expected will renew the land grant that has lapsed, or 
in some other way afford it required aid. The road when completed will be of great value, its 
proposed line running through fertile sections of country which require railroad facilities to de- 
velop their producing capacity. 

During 1869 the San Pedro and Los Angeles Railroad has been completed, and is now in 
running order between those places, a distance of twenty-one miles. The construction of this 
road is peculiarly valuable, as it reduces cost of transportation, besides increasing facilities in 
that line much needed by a populous and fertile section of country. Its good effects have 
become so apparent that active steps are now being taken to extend the road from Los Angeles 
through San Bernardino County, which, if done, will open up a section of country that at 
present is languishing for want of freight facilities to send its products to adequate and profit- 
able markets. 

Very little progress has been made during 1869 in the construction of the San Francisco and 
Humboldt Railroad, the total efforts resulting only in a few miles of grading done north of 
Petaluma. This road, which at its inception was to commence at Petaluma, in Sonoma County, 
and terminate at Humboldt Bay, has since changed its initial point to New Saucelito, a point 
on San Francisco Bay nearly opposite this city. The road as contemplated will then traverse 
Marin, Sonoma. Mendocino, and Humboldt counties, penetrating a section of country in the 
last three named counties whpse only freight facilities have been by teaming, which for such long 
distances is so costly as almost precludes transportation. The road in the counties last named 
runs through a series or chain of narrow, lateral valleys in the Coast Range of mountains, the 
soil of which is of the most fertile nature. In the mountain ranges on either hand a large 
amount of dairying is now done which will no doubt be largely increased by railroad freighting. 
The mountains also contain vast forests of timber which, as the coast line is denuded, will be- 
come so valuable as to pay freightage by rail instead of by water from the coast mills. The 
mountain ranges along the proposed line of this road will in time become the great dependences 
of the San Francisco market for cattle and swine, which can be more profitably raised there, 
the value of the land considered, than as heretofore in the southern counties of this State. 

The Healdfburg Railroad as projected will run from Yallejo through a portion of Napa 
Yalley, and through Sonoma, Los Guillicos, and Russian River valleys, to Santa Rosa and 
Healdsburg in Sonoma County. These last two towns are also on the contemplated line of the 
San Francisco and Humboldt Railroad ; but as the Healdsburg line terminates at Vallejo, 
where there is deep water navigation, a very large amount of produce will be sent from Russian 
River Valley by it. The construction of the Healdsburg Road will make the beautiful valleys 
through which it runs so readily accessible as to induce the settling of many persons who do 
business in San Francisco, and will also stimulate the production of fruit which by its aid can 
be placed, in a few hours from picking, fresh in market. The road will also derive large freight- 
age from wine and other products whose only market is this city. 

The completion of the various railroads now running in the State has already produced most 
favorable results in many portions of the interior through the advancement of property values, 
and more especially in lowns and cities. Some of these towns and cities had retrograded in 
population and value during the past ten years almost to the verge of municipal bankruptcy. 
Previous to the railroad era their main dependence was on their traffic with the mining regions 
which procured most of their supplies through them. As the mining interest decreased, proper- 
ty in the towns dependent on it fell in value, and the most enterprising portion of their popula- 
tion sought other fields of labor. In some of the towns substantial brick buildings, situated on 
what had been considered eligible property, became vacant, and often sold at less than the cost 
of bricks and mortar. 'J'he advent of railroads has largely chanced this condition of things and 
a healthy increase of poprilation and property values is the result. The most important towns 
in the interior are now railroad centers, and. with the construction of roads now projected, will 
become of greatly-increased importance. Among these Sacramento now stands preeminent, 
the main lines of the Ceiitral. Western, and California Pacific, Sacramento Yalley, and Califor- 
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and Los Angeles Railroad, Sacramento has now railway connection with all points in the State 
where such means of conveyance run. With the construction of most ot the now-projected lines 
of road, she will also have direct communication and proportionately increase in business im- 
portance and value. Next in importance is Vallejo, on Sau Pablo Bay, which within a year 
has become one of the most thriving towns in the State. This place is already the terminus of 
railroads from Sacramento. Marysville, and Calisto<ra. and has also direct railway connections 
with Oroville. and indirect through Sacramento to all other railroad points. Other routes are pro- 
jected which will terminate at Yallejo, and with the vast amount of produce-freightage produced 
thereby will make it one of the most important shipping points on the Pacific Coast outside of 
San Francisco. The terminus of the Western Pacific Railroad at Oakland will soon require 
largely-increased commercial facilities at that place, the more especially if that road is extended 
to deep water frontage, instead of Goat Island as contemplated. Marysville during 18G9 has 
largely increased her railway facilities, three main lines of road now entering in that city. "With 
the completion of the California and Oregon, and the new road projected to cross the Sierra 
Xevadas at Beckwith's Pass, Marysville will have high rank among the towns of the State. 

In Oregon the construction of two railroads has been commenced, the initial point being 
Portland, on the Willamette River. These roads are contending for the subsidy made by 
Congress for a road extending through from the State line of Oregon where it is to connect 
wi^h the California and Oregon Railroad through the latter State and Washington Territory to 
a point on the shores of Puget Sound. The claims of these roads will probably come before 
Congress the present session, and be definitely passed on. One of the roads which is being con- 
structed by Holladay & Co., has been graded a considerable distance, and a section of twenty 
mi'es is expected to be ironed and with rolling stock, etc., complete, on the first day of January 
1870. 

In Nevada, the Virginia and Truckee Railroad has been constructed during the past year, 
between Virginia and Empire City, a distance of about seventeen miles. The road is intended 
to terminate at Carson City, about three miles further on, and probably may be extended about 
eighteen miles additional distance to Genoa. The principal importance of this road is the in- 
creased value it gives to the mines at Virginia City and Gold Hill, by admitting of cheap 
freightage of ores to the mills at Carson City, etc, whereby ample water power can be had for 
crushing purposes. The reduction of freightage also admits of the crushing of low-grade ores, 
which were previously considered worthless. Immense quantities of these ores have been 
already mined and lay convenient for transportation by rail, and their successful reduction will 
give renewed value to the entire mining section where they are produced. 

Mortality— San Francisco, 1868--9, 
The Report of the Health Officer for the year ending June 30th, 1869, places the number of 
deaths as follows: Males, 2.604; females, 1,-489 : totaC4,093— of which 2,512 were natives of 
the United States and 1.581 were foreigners. During the entire year an epidemic small pox 
prevailed which increased the mortality list nearly twenty per cent. 

Meteorological Observations made at San Francisco from January, 1850, to 
October, 1869. 

BY HE.VRY GIBBONS, M.D. 

In the following tables the reader will find, in a condensed form, the results of nineteen years' 
diligent observation of the climate of San Francisco, with more particular reference to rain. A 
single glance at the rain-tables will present the quantity of rain which has fallen in each month 
since 1850 ; the quantity in each season ; the quantity before and after the end of the year ; the 
date of the beginning and ending of each rainy season, and the date of the first and last scatter- 
ing rains. The following are some of the deductions presented by this record : 

Rain has fallen in every month in the year. In July it has rained only in one year ; August 
has furnished rain in four years ; June in six years ; September in seven years ; October in eleven 
years. No account is made of a mere sprinkle, nor of the deposit of summer mist. The greatest 
quantity of mist which ever falls in twenty-four hours is about three hundredths of an inch. But 
this quantity is very rare. 

The driest season was 1850-1, which gave only seven inches. Next to that was 1863-4. 
with eight and or.e-half inches. The winter of 1867-8 gave the most rain — forty inches. The 
average is between twenty-one and twenty-two inches. 

The earliest setting in of the rainy season was November 1st ; the latest, January 12th. An 
early beginning and an abundant supply are apt to go together, but there is no rule in this 
respect. The latest beginnings have been followed by an average supply. 

The average date of the beginning of the rainy season is November 28th ; of the termination 
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year out of every three, there is no rain of importance after March. The last showers of the 
season come, with remarkable uniformity, about the third week of May. 

The middle of January is the average dividinsj point of the rainy sea.son. The mean quantity 
before January 1st is about equal to the mean quantity after January 31st. 

December srives the ereatest averap:e quantity ; January is not far behind ; February, March, 
and Xovembcr come next, and are nearly alike ; then April, May, and October, in the order 
named. 

The srreatest amount of rain in any one month was in January, 1862, when there fell the 
enormous quantity of eighteen inches. 

It is worthy of note that, in the driest seasons, there has been an abundant supply for agricul- 
tural purposes, had it been distributed evenly. Three inches in December, with one inch in each 
of the four following months would answer all purposes. 

The rain-table of San Francisco may be made the basis for estimating the fall in other parts i 
of the State. The mountains of the north have from two to three times as much, and the south- 
ern section of the S'ate about half as much, or even le.ss in some localities. The valley of the 
Sacramento has nearly the same quantity a? San Francisco ; that of the San Joaquin one-fourth 
or one-third less the quantity diminishing southward. 

By reference to the tables showing the extremes of heat and cold, it appears that the coldest 
weather was in January, 18.54, when the mercury fell to 25°. At that time the mud in^he 
streets was frozen solid, and the shallow ponds were covered with ice strong enough for boys to 
skate on. But such weather is extremely rare, though since that time the ground has been frozen 
several times so as not to thaw fully in the shade for a day or two. The coldest noonday em- 

I braced in the record was 37^. Often the entire winter passes by without bringing the thermom- 

I eter so low as the freezing point. In 1853 it feel at no time below 40-. 

j The extreme of heat vras on the 10th and 11th of September, 1852, when the thermometer 

j reached 97^ and 98° on the two days respectively. This, however, was entirely exceptional, and 

I might not occur again in half a century. The air was dry as a sirocco, and caused the wood- 

I work of houses to crackle and the plaster to break on the wooden walls. 

I With the exception just noted, the hottest day on the record was 93- on the 6th of July, 1867. 

• In October, 1864. and in September, 1865, it reached 91^. and in July, 1855, it reached 90°. 

' Thus it appears that there were only six days in nineteen years when the thermometer rose as 

I high as 903. 

i The table of mean temperature shows that our summer does not come till the summer months 
have passed by. September is the warmest month in the year, and October next ; then comes 
August ; July, the hottest month elsewhere, is the fourth here, or ranks with June ; next come 

I April and May ; then March and November ; then February, and finally January and Decem- 

j bcr. which are the only winter months, if indeed we have any weather that deserves the name of 
winter. 

Twice the ground has been covered with snow. On the 29th of December, 1856, it snowed 
very fast for several hours, and two or three inches gathered, but it melted before night. On the 
12th of January, 1868, it snowed fast before day, so that two inches collected. But it disap- 
peared before sunrise, so that few persons enjoyed" the rare spectacle. 

The extraordinary evenness of the climate depends on the adjacent ocean, the water of which, 
flowing in a current from the north, is always at a temperature of about 50^, summer and win- 
ter. The sea breeze of summer, which chills the air at noonday, leaves no place for hot nights. 
There is not, on an average, one night in the year, when it is warm enough to sit out of doors at 
midnight with thin clothing. 

Table I. — Showing the Amount nf Rain in each Month finee 1850; and the Total Amount in each 
Rainy Season. Notk. — Each Column represents one Rainy Season. 





'50. 


•51. 


'52. 


'53. 


'64. !'55, 


'56. 


'57. 


•58. 


'59. '60. 


•61. 


'62. 


'63. 


'64. 


•65. {•66. 


'67. 


•68. 


•69. 


Aupust . . . 
Septemb'r 
Octobor. . . 
Norember 
December. 

January . . 
February . 

K 


' 1.3 
1.1 

'51. 
.6 
.4 
1.9 
1.1 


.1 
1.0 

.2 
2.2 
7.1 

.«. 

.6 

1 


.0 
.0 
.8 
5.3 
11.9 

'53. 
4.1 
1.2 
4.8 










.1 

.5 

4.8 

'59. 

1.0 
5.2 
2.5 
.3 
2.0 


■5.4 
1.5 

T, 

14 
3.1 
1.7 
2.6 


.1 
.9 
.2 

4.8 

'61. 

1.2 

2.8 

3.4 

.3 

.7 

.2 


■3.8 
6.1 

•62. 

18.1 
6.1 
1.7 


.1 

■.i 
2.7 

'63. 

1.1 

2.4 

2.9 

.4 


"M 

'2.5 
1.7 

.«. 

1.3 
.0 

1.4 
.9 
.6 


.2 
.1 
.1 
7.6 
6.9 

•65. 
3.9 
.8 
,6 

'.4 


I 




2.1 

•54. 

4.3 
8.4 
32 
3.3 

1 'l 


■2.i ..;; 

.4| 1.2 

.4' 5.4 

'55. ''56. 
4.5' 8 4 
4.6 .5 
4.3 1.6 
5.6, 3.2 
2.2' .9 


.1 
.5 
2.9 
4.0 

'57. 
2.1 
8.6 
1.6 


■■■.9 
8.0 
4.2 

'58. 
44 
1.3 
3.9 
1.1 
.1 
.1 


.1 .... 
3.1 2.7 

.6 13.1 

•66. '67. 
lie 6.6 
1.6 6.2 
2.6 6.2 
.1 1.1 
1.8 1 .1 
.2 . . . . 


121 

'68. 
9.6 
6.2 
6.4 
2.2 

.2 


"i 
1.2 
4.3 

•69. 

6.4 
4.0 
3.2 


il 


July 


....,....|....,^^.-|.. ....... 














Total.. 


7.1 


,18.2 


33.5 


23.0 


24.1 21.2 


20.0 19.0 19.8 17.1 


,14.6 


33.0 


.T52 


Ts 


213 


2r2 3I2 


40I 


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Table II. — Date of the First and Last Rains, and of the Beginninf^ and Ending of each Rainy Season; 
also, the Amount of Rain which Fell before the End of the Year, and the Amount after the end oj 
the Year, in each Season, since 1850. 









Raint Season 












Rainy Season 








First 


Last 






After 




First 


Last 




Before 


Af'r 




rain. 


rain. 


Begins. | Ends. 


Jan. 


Dec. 




rain. 


rain. 


Begins 1 Ends 


Jan. 

To" 


Dec. 


1S50-i!nov. in 'May 20' Dec. siMay 1 


2.4 


4.7 


1 18(50-1 ' Oct. 4 


May 22 


Dec. 6 April 5 


8.6 


1851-2 Sept. 6iMay 17 Dec. 19;.\lar. 31 


10.5 


7.7 


18tn-2 Xov. 1 


May 12 


Nov.lO Apr. 14 


9.9 


28.1 


1852-3 Oct 28|Mavl2Nov. 9 i April 29 


18.0 


15.5 


1862-3 Nov. 5 


Mav 19 


Dec. 18 Apr. 26 


2.9 


12.3 


1853-4 Sept. 15 April 28 .lau. 12 


April 28 


3.6 


19.4, 


1S03-4 Sej). 19 


Mav 17 


Nov. 11 April 4 


4.4 


4.1 


1854-5 Oct. 4 May 20 Dec. 31 


April 17 


2.9 


21 2' 


1S1J4-5 Nov.15 


May 19 


Nov.23 Mar. 4 


14.9 


6.4 


1855-6 Nov. 10 Mav 25 Nov. 10 


Apiill4 


6.6 


U.fil 


1865-6 Sep. 24 


June 8 


Nov. 13 Mar. 31 


4.0 


17.2 


185^5-7 Sept. 10 Mar. 31 Nov. 15 


Mar 31 


7.5 


12.5 


1S66-7 Nov. 3 


Mav 17 


Nov .16 Apr. 12 


15 8 


16.4 


1857-8 Oct. 6 May 21 Xov. 24 


April 7 


8.1 


10.9 


1867-8 Sep. 14 


Jun.23 


Nov.19 Apr. 13 


15.9 


24.6 


1853-9 Oct. 21! May 22 Dec. 4 


April 10 


8.8 


11.0 


1868-9 Oct. 1 


May 19 


Dec. 17 Mar. 29 


5.7 


15.9 


'69-60 Xov. 9, May 25 .Xov. 9 


April 8 


6.9 


10.2 
















1 . 






Mean! 




Nov.28 Apr. 10 


7.6 


13 4 



Table III. — Maximum Quantity tof Rain in each Month, Minimum Quantity 
Average Quantity in each Month, since 1850. 



each Month, and 



' 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May. 


June. 


July. 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov, 


Dec. 


Maximum 


18.1 
0.6 
4.8 


8.6 
■3 .'2' 


6.4 
0.6 
3.0 


5.6 
"i.5 


2.6 

0.1 

60 


0.2 


0.3 


0.2 


1.0 


3.4 


7.6 
0.1 
2 4 


13.1 


Minimum . . 


0.4 


Mean . . . , 


04 


01 


oi 


05 


37 


4 9 





















Table IV. — Mean Temperature of each Month since 1850, deduced from Two Daily Observations, 
One at Sunrise, the other at Xoon ; also, the Mean Temperature of each Year. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

Juiie 

July 

August . . . 

September . . . 

October 

November 

December. . . . 
Mean 



'51. 


'52. 


'53. 


'54. 


'65. 


'56. 


•57. 


'58. 


'69. 


'60. 


'61. 


49.3 


50.8 


.52.0 


48.2 


.51.0 


48.8 


,51.2 


46.3 


46.5 


47.8 


47.5 


61.1 


53.1 


,54.1 


,53.6 


.56.8 


.53.7 


,51.4 


,53.1 


48.8 


.50.5 


,51.1 


53.8 


52.9 


.55,9 


,54.1 


.59 4 


.55.9 


.55,9 


,52.0 


49 


.53 


W.7 


57.7 


55.4 


.58.3 


.59.8 


,57.7 


.55.9 


58 8 


.55.7 


.53.6 


.53.0 


.57.1 


5<.0 


55 1 


60 7 


56 8 


57 7 


,56.2 


,57 5 


57 6 


57 2 


,54 (» 


.5; 5 


58.8 


60.4 


61.9 


,58.5 


,59 9 


,59 1 


60 9 


.58.7 


61 5 


.57.9 


.57.6 


57.9 


61.4 


60.3 


61 3 


61.2 


.59.4 


,59 2 


60.7 


.59.3 


61.3 


.58.6 


63.2 


61.2 


60,0 


60 8 


62 5 


59 6 


,59.1 


61 9 


61.1 


62 5 


.58.9 


61.6 


63.1 


62.7 


60.5 




61,5 




62.4 


61.4 


62.9 


60.3 


61 9 


58 7 


62.7 


60.7 


61.6 


,57.6 


6). 6 


57 8 


.59.7 


.56.8 


.56.0 


.56.3 


.53.5 


,57.0 


,58 


.52 9 


53 3 


.54 5 


.54 


.53.5 


.52,8 


,54.2 


51.3 


50.8 


52.1 


53.8 


47.8 


47.0 


59.5 


44.8 


46,3 


49.2 


51.7 


56.6 


56.5 


53.1 


57.1 


57.6 


55.7 


57.0 


55.4 


54.8 


55.1 


55.4 



'64. '65. 



6 57 
46.7 50 

50.2 57 

51.3 56 
55.5 57, 

61. 2 58, 

7 59 
61 

61.3 63, 
63.3 62 
56.2'57, 
49.5 53, 



7:52.6 
9'65.9 
8;65.6 
767.9 
658.9 
268. 3 61 
61 
lj60.6 
660.3 
259.6 
356.0 
761.0 



56. 



'67. I '68. 



.246.9 
.0 51.9 
.5 53-5 
.5 65.3 
.3 58 
.2 58.0 
.2 69.6 
.4 69.8 
.3 69 3 
.2 60.8 
.7 67.2 
.3 53.2 



Table V. — Extremes of Heat in each Month since 1850 ; also, in each Year. 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June. .. 

July 

August 

September. , 
October.... 
November . 
December.. 



Year. 



91 



91 I 



73 


76 


88 


70 


79 


85 


70 


75 


66 


63 


93 


86 



Table \1.— Extremes of Cold in each Month since 1850; also, in each Year. 



51. 



.53. '54. 55. '66. '5' 



January 

February . . . 

March 

April 

May 

Juiie 

July 

August 

September . . 

October 

November. .. 
December . . . 



Year 



40 1 40 
44 I 43 
46 
48 
49 



41 I 36 
44 I 38 
43 40 



51 
53 
50 I 51 
61 41 
42 I 40 
29 i 35 
29 i 33 



.50 


49 


50 


44 


45 


36 


31 




34 


27 


31 


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CHROxXOLOGICAL HISTORY OF PRINCIPAL ETEXTS. 

From September 1st, 1868. to November 30th, 1869. 



September 1. 1868. The Daily Morning Cbron- i 
icle issued its Hrst namber. 

Sept. a. The bodv of James Conroy was found 

floatinij in the bay ort" the foot of Third Street. i 

j Sept. 4. The 'Italian barque Briirnardello, from ; 

I Valparaiso, went ashore below the CiitF Honse. i 

Sept. 5. The P. M. steamship Golden City sailed 

for Panama with a number of passengers and 

I |430,ii3.5.I6 in treasnre The Underwriter, a ; 

weekly insurance paper, made its first appearance. 

Sept. 6. Philip Sichel, a prominent merchant, | 
died suddenly on Sutter Street from aneurism of the ; 
heart. 

Sept. 7. Afire, 8| p.m., on the comer of Sansom 
and California streets ; damage trifling. 

Sept. 9. The eighteenth anniversary of the ad- 
mission of California into the Union was celebrated 
j by the Pioneers with appropriate ceremonies. 

Sept. 10. David B. Rising, a pioneer Califor- 

nian, died of apoplexy David C. McCarthy, 

another pioneer, died, aged 42 years. 

Sept. 11. Captain John C. Ayers, of the Police 

force, a pioneer Californian, died of congestion of 

the lungs, aged 48 vears. i 

Sept" 12. The Mechanics' Industrial Fair closed 

! with appropriate ceremonies. 

I Sept. 14. The P. M. steamship Sacramento sailed 
! for Panama with a number of passengei-s and 
$I9.5,273.:i5 in treasure. i 

I Sept. 1.3. Jose Duarti, a native of Sonora, Mex- j 
I ieo, was found dead in his bed ; aged 3? years. 

Sept. 1G. The steamer Idaho, together with her ; 
cargo of sugar, valued at $100,000 was seized lor 

alleged violation of the Reveuue I^aws Geo. ' 

Ebbinhausen committed suicide by cutting his throat 
with a clasp knife. I 

Sept. 17. A boy named James O'Xeil, aged about ' 
6 years, was instantly killed by failing under the i 
wheels of a heavily-laden truck. I 

Sept. 19. Henry Martin, a Gerpian aged 27 

year&, committed suicide by swallowing chloroform. ' 

Sept. 21. George W. Bennett committed suicide I 

at the Commercial House, by stabbing himself in the ' 

neck with a sheath knife.. I The body of Man- ! 

uel Temia, a native of Portugal, was found in the ! 
bay near the foot of Third Street. 

Sept. 22. The Pacific Mail steamship Golden Age j 
sailed for Panama with $280,901.48 in treasure. | 

Sept. 24. A fire, 2 a.m., in a store on Commercial j 
Street, near Front ; loss about §ij,000. Another at ' 
1 p.m., on Chambers Street, between Front and : 
Davis, destroying property to the amount of $1,600. ' 
Sept. 2.j. James A. Roger..', School Director of 
the Twelfth Ward, died, aged 48 years. , 

Sept. 27. At 4 a.m. a frame building on Green 
Street, between Hyde and Larkin, was destroyed 
by tire. . " " | 

"Sept. 28. A fire, IJ a.m., on Folsom Street, near I 
Fourteenth, destroying two frame buildings ; loss ' 

about $4,000 The body of an unknown man was 

found in the bay near North Point. ) 

Sept. 30. The Pacific Mail steamship Constitu- | 
tion sailed for Panama with $240,492.50 in treasure. 
OcTOBEK 1. A tire, 3J a.m., on Stevenson Street ; I 

damage $2,500 S.D.Abbott suddenly expired in a ' 

saloon. I 



Oct. 4. The P. M. S. S. Great Republic sailed 
for China. 

Oct. 5. A fire, 3 p.m , comer Market and Fifth 

streets; damage trifling James Clark Smith, a 

pioneer Californian, died, ai^ed 71 vears. 

Oct. 6. The P. M. S."S. Co'lorado sailed for 
Panama with $520,214.80 in treasure. 

Oct. 7. Attire. IJ p.m., 811 Market Street; 

damage slight Patrick Hayes, aged 48 years, fell 

dead while descending a stairway in the City Hall 

The new hall of the Order of Good Templars, 

on Market Street, was dedicated with appropriate 

ceremonies Sewall Benson, a higJily respected 

citizen, committed suicide at Laurel Hill Cemetery 

H. L. Henschel, a pioneer of 1848, died, aged 

67 years. 

Oct. 9. Fires, 1 a.m., destroyed the Franklin 
House, comer of Broadway and Sansom streets, and 
two adjoining buildings ; ' Thomas Rogers and J. 
Ryan perished in the flames; and 7^ p.m. comer of 
Sansom and Battery streets ; damage $10,000. 

Oct. 10. Golden Gate Driving Park was opened 
to the public. 

Oct. II. Forty cases of small pox and 17 deaths 

reported for the past week Michael Balfrey fell 

dead while playing a game of ball A tire, 8^ a.m., 

131 Third Street : damage slight. 

Oct. 12. A fire, 11 ^ p.m.. Third Street, near 
Everett, partially destroyed four frame buildings. 

Oct. 13. A fire, 4 p.m., on Washington Street 
near Dupont : damage trifling. 

Oct. 14. The P. M. S. S.'Golden City sailed for 
Panama with $-S0,796.79 in treasure. 

Oct. 17. A fire, 11 a.m., on Main Street near Mis- 
sion ; damage slight. 

Oct. 18. Mrs. J. F. Sherwood and child were 
drowned in a well at the Potrero. 

Oct. 19. George W. Ryder, an old Californian, 

aged 49 years, died of apoplexy A fire, I^ a.m., 

destroyed a frame house on Franklin Street near 
Clay. 

Oct. 20. A prize fight, in Solano Connty, be- 
tween Bush and Dwyer of this city, resulted in 
favor of Bush on tbe seventh ronnd. 

Oct. 2). The most violent earthquake experi- 
enced in California since its settlement by Ameri- 
cans, occurred at 7..54 a.m. The first and heaviest 
shock continued about 45 seconds, and was followed 
daring the day byK)tlier8 of shorter duration. Five 
persons were killed bv falling walls, and several 
others severely injured. The shock was most severe 
east of Montgomery Street, three or four buildings 
being thrown down and manj- others badly injured. 
The total damage to property is estimated at 

$500,000 Lieut". Commanaer John G. Mitchell, 

U. S. Xavy was killed, on Stockton Street, by Wil- 
liam O. Smith and Thomas Savage. 

Oct. 22, A fire, 4 p.m , at 813 Vallejo Street ; 

damage $1,.=}00 The P. M. S. S. S;icramento 

sailed for Panama with $174,253.57 in treasnre A 

eailor, John Franks, was killed by falling from the 
mainmast of the British ship Herman. 

Oct. 23. A fire, 8 p.m.. comer Greenwich and 

Powell streets ; damaae $1,.500 Abnibam Kahu 

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Oct. 24. Twelve tons of powder was exploded 
in a tunnel at Lime Point, displacing 80,000 tons of 
rock. 

Oct. 25. A slight earthquake at 8 a.m. 

Oct. 26. A fire, at 2 a.m., on Fourth Street near 

Market; damage slight Mrs. Margaret Bowen 

was suffocated by gas at the Brooklyn Hotel Two 

shocks of earthquake about 11 a.m. 

Oct. 27. The body of an infant, inclosed .in a 
tin case, was found in removing the walls of a build- 
ing on Ecker Street. 

Oct. 28. A fire, 1 a.m., in the Eureka House on 

Pine Street; damage considerable The remains 

of an old man, partially decomposed, was found in a 

cabin on Telegraph Hill Paul Mitchell was killed 

by the caving of a bank on Pierce Street. 

Oct. 29. William B. Hamilton, a veteran actor 
of this city, died in London of cancer on the tongue. 

Oct. W. a tire, 5^ a.m., corner Davis and Clay 
streets, destroyed three frame buildings ; damage 
$25,000.... The P. M. S. S. Montana, sailed for 

Panama with $41 7,21 8 in treasure A sailor named 

Sill, was drowned in the bay A slight shock of 

earthquake at 10^ p.m John P. Brodie, a civil 

engiueer, died aged 61 years The P. M. S. S. 

Montana sailed for Panama with $417,218.03 in 
treasure. 

November 1. There were 260 deaths in this 
city by small pox since the second of June last. 

Nov. 2. James H. Hill was found dead in a bath 
tub in the Adams' House. 

Nov. 3. The election in this city resulted in the 
success of the Democratic local ticket. Majority for 
Grant in the State, 506. 

Nov. 4. A shock of earthquake about 9 p.m 

The P. M. S. S. Japan sailed for China. 

Nov. 5. D. H. Brown was found dead in his 
room. 

Nov. 6. The P. M. S. S. Constitution sailed for 

Panama with $372,467.11 in treasure Mrs. Julia 

McLaughlin died from an overdose of laudanum. 

Nov. 8. Rachel McDonald, aged 14 years, was 
shot and mortally wounded by Laurentz Jacobson, a 
disappointed suitor, who committed suicide imme- 
diately after by shooting liimself through the head 

A fire, 4 a.m., at 1711 Mason Street; damage 

$1,500. 

Nov. 9. A fire, 9 a.m., at 707 Hyde Street ; dam- 
age trifling. 

Nov. 11. Levi Keller, an auctioneer, aged 39 
years, died suddenly William P. Moffat, a well- 
known lawyer, died, aged 54 years. 

Nov. 12. A fire at 10 p.m., on Washington Street, 
near Drumm, destroyed several frame buildings. 

Nov. 13. A very brilliant meteoric shower occur- 
red continuing from 10 p.m. until about 2 a.m. 

Nov. 14. The P. M. S. S. Golden Age sailed for 
Panama with $336,238.57 in treasure. 

Nov. 15. Thomas DeGarris was drowned near 
Goat Island. 

Nov. 16. D. Young, an Englishman, committed 
suicide at the St. Francis Hotelby taking poison. 

Nov. 18. A man named Baxter was seriously 
wounded in a land riot near the Potrero. 

Nov. 19. Henry W. May, a pioneer Californian, 
died, aged 34 years. 

Nov. 21. The P. M. S. S. Colorado sailed for 

Panama with $190,993,88 in treasure A tire, 4| 

a.m.. South San Francisco, destroyed a frame build- 
ing ; damage $1,000. 

Nov. 22. Fires, on Sansom Street near Jackson ; 
damage $500 ; and on Polk Street near Washington; 
damage trifling. 

Nov. 23. Francis P. Barry, a fruit peddler, was 
found dead in his wagon. 

Nov. 26. John Schmidt, a pioneer Californian, 
died, aged 65 years. 

Nov. 27. Fire, at 3 a.m., on Sacramento Street 
near Polk, destroyed a small frame building. 



Nov. 28. Henry Calhoun was shot and mortally 
wounded, while attempting to conmiit a bni-glavy. 

Nov. 29. Timothy Buckley was kicked by a 
horse and fatally injured. 

Nov. 30. Fire, "3 p.m.; the Clinton Hotel, 313 

Pacific Street, was destroyed The P. M.S. S. 

Sacramento sailed for Panama with $381,656,58 in 
treasure. 

DECEMnER 1. Julia A. Lemoine committed sui- 
cide by shooting hei'self Peter Klitzing was 

killed, and H. Struttmeyer severely wounded, by 

S. P. Roberts in a street affray Edmund Shea 

was fatally injured by falling from a scaffold. 

Dec. 3. The P. M. S. S. China sailed for China. 

Bernard Dougherty, Deputy Sheriff, died of 

small pox, aged 24 years. 

Dec. 5. The P. M. S. Montana sailed for Panama 

with $82,485.57 in treasure The schooner C. P. 

Heustis sprung a leak and capsized near Timber 

Cove The corner stone of the Italian Hospital, 

near the Mission Dolores, was laid with appropriate 
ceremonies. 

Dec. 6. Thompson Campbell, a highly esteemed 

citizen and lawyer, died, aged 54 years A woman 

named McDonald committed suicide by taking laud- 
anum Forty-eight persons died of small pox 

during the past week. 

Dec. 7. Jeremiah Coughliu died suddenly while 
being conveyed to the City Hospital. 

Dec. 8. Fire at 3 a.m. corner of Montgomery 

and Clay streets; damage trifling Captain M. 

Radin died from injuries received by falling into an 

excavation on Kearny Street William Tobin, a 

native of New York, was found dead in bed on 
board the steamer Oriflamme. 

Dec. 9. A boy named Murphy was run over and 
killed by a truck. 

Dec. 10. Mrs. Daniel Libbey was found dead 

in her bed Fire, 5^ p.m., on Davis Street near 

Jackson ; damage $2,000. 

Dec. 11. Fires, 4 a.m., on Spear, near Market 
Street; damage $500; and at 6| p.m. corner of 

Main and Mission streets; damage $50,000 J. 

W. Jones was fatally injured by falling from the 

second story of a house James Fay was killed, 

and two or three others were injured by the falling 
of a building. 

Dec. 12. Fire, 9 p.m., 536 Broadway ; damage 

slight The schooner Henrietta, bound for San 

Francisco, went ashore near Tomales, Cal Cap- 
tain Richard Carleton was killed by falling through 
the planking, corner of East and Commercial street*. 

Dec. 13." George Sinplott was fatally stabbed 

by John Devereaux John Parker, a well-known 

painter, died, aged 32 years. 

Dec. 14. The P. M. S. S. Constitution sailed for 
Panama with $806,340.07 in treasure Abox con- 
taining human remains was found in excavating a 

lot on Powell Street Lucy Smith, aged 78years, 

was found dead in her room Dr. Isaac Rowell, 

Health Otticer, called for 100 men to guard houses 
where small pox existed. 

Dec. 15. Fire, 2 a.m., 621 Merchant Street ; 
damage $1,500. 

Dec. 16. Fires, 2 a.m. on Filbert Street, near 
Mason ; damage $3,000 ; and 9^ a.m. at the Genesee 
Flour Mills, Gold Street ; damage $50,000. 

Dec. 17. Fire, 1 a.m., 116 Minna Street ; de- 
stroyed a frame house George Card, a sailor, 

fell into the bay, on Beale Street, and was drowned. 

Dec. 20. During the past week 102 cases of 

small pox were repoi-ted Fire, 4 a.m., 135 Third 

Street; damage trifling James Baxter was 

crushed to death by a horse lying on him while 

asleep Major Bailey, a pioneer Californian, 

died, aged 49 years. 

Dec. 22. J. B. Pearce, a native of Michigan, 

was found dead in the Stevenson House The P. 

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$519.2riJ.-21 in treasure John Franklin gudiienlv 

died while sitting; in a chair Custom Hout-e 

officers seized a lartre quantity of opium concealed 
on the steamer Great Kepublic. 

Dec. S.^. a man under arrest for vagrancy was 
found dead in his cell at the Station House. 

Dec. -24. The body of H. W. Hayes was found 
in the bay, near Goat Island. 

Dec. Jo. Ernest Hundbauser was badly stabbed, 
and three others seriously wounded, by a'desperado 
named Georjre Chubbie. 

Dec. -JG. W. A. B lyle. a pioneer and well- 
kuown dentist, died of sinull pox, aged 33 years. 

Dec. 27. Fire, 4 p.m.. the Adams House ; dam- 
age $5.000 Patrick MuUoy was shot and mor- 
tally wounded by policeman Balehelder during au 
affr'iv. 

Dec. 29. Fire, 5 J p.m., 16 Second Street ; dam- 
age $3,000.... The P. M. S. S. Colorado sailed for 
Pjnama with $708,860.86 in treasure. 

Dec. 30. Paul Ra^'en was tat-illy injured by 
falling down the-^tchwav of the steamer Pelican. 

January 4^JSfi9. The P. M. S. S. Great Kepublic 
sailed for China Fire at 2 p.m. corner of Leaven- 
worth and Geary streets; damage about $S00 

Lieutenant Sylvester Soper, of the 40th U. S. In- 
fantry, died, aged 28 vears. 

Jan. 6. The P. M. S. S. Sacramento sailed for 
Panama with $761,499.60 in treasure.... John L. 
Yates, an old resident of San Francisco, died, aged 

34 years Tliiee men were seriously injured'by 

an explosion of gas in the St. Nicholas Hotel. 

Jan. 7. Stephen A. GriHin was found dead in 
his room. 

Ja.n-. 9. Fire, 1 a.m., in the stable at St. Mary's 
Hospital; damage $6,000. 

Jan. 12. Alexander Garrioch, a respected pio- 
neer merchant, died suddenly The bark Oak- 
land, bound for San Francisco, collided with the 
schooner Pet, about forty miles west of Point Are- 
nas, badly damaging the latter. 

Ja.n. 13. Fire, 3 a.m., Jane Street, near Natoma; 

damage $1,000 A. G. Randall, a pioneer Califor- 

niau, died, aged 41 years. 

Jan. 14. Harry' Logan, a broker, was shot and 
seriously wounded by Augustine Guerrero in a 
saloon The P. M. S". S. Montana sailed for Pana- 
ma with .?767 ,7 16.26 in treasure Fire at 11 p.m. 

on the corner of Stockton and Clay streets destroy- 
ed three frame houses ; damage $9,000. 

Jan. 17. Fire, 3 p.m., on East Street, near Jack- 
son, destroyed six frame buildintjs ; damage $9,0il0. 

A fiie.'o A.M., 17 Pacific Street ; damage $600. 

Lieutenant Thomas Barker, of the 23d U. S. 

Infantry, died, aged 23 years. 

Jan. '18. A tire, 4 'p.m., corner of Union and 

Hyde streets; damage trifling The California 

Theater, on Bush near Kearny, was opened to the 
public. 

Ja.v. 19. The body of Baptiste Papina, a native 
of Switzerland, washed ashore at North Beach. 

Ja.n. 20. Minerva Foote was found dead in her 

bed, in a house on Stockton Street The remains 

of a female were found at the foot of Geneva Street. 

Jan. 21. A Chinese infant was killed by her pa- 
rents, on Siurameuto Street, near Dupout A 

large seizure of opium was made on board the 

steamer .Japan bv Custom House officials The 

body of Nicola Schiaffini, an Italian, was lound 
floating in the bay, near Meiggs' Wharf. 

Jan.' 22. The'P. M. S. S. Constitution sailed for 
Panama with $S53,88t).62 in treasure. 

Jan. 23. A fire, 10 p.m., 147 Clara Street; dam- 
age slight A very severe rain and wind storm 

prevailed in this city. 

Jan. 24. The boily of an unknown man was 
found on the beach near the Cliff House A China- 
man, named Toug Moon Yun, was shot dead on Du- 
ponl Street by a countryman. 



Jan. 25. A fire, 10 a.m., Hayes Street near Polk, 

partially destroyed four frame houses The body 

of a man was found floating in the bay at the foot of 
Fourth Street. 

Jan. 26. A fire, lOi a.m.. corner of Fourth and 
Mission streets ; damage trifling. 

Jan. 28. Ssiu Francisco was visited by a heavy 
gale doing considerable damage to vessels in the 
harbor. 

Jan. 30. Ralph S. Dorr, a pioneer and well- 
known broker, died, aged 62 vears The P. M. S. 

S. Golden City sailed for Panama with $379,935.14 
in treasure. 

Jan. 31. Patrick Hunt, a pioneer Califoruian, 
died of small pox, aged 50 years. 

Febrcary 1. The newhall of the Independent 
Order of Red Men, on Bush Street, was formallv 
dedirated The U. S. propeller McPherson col- 
lided with the British ship Duke of Ediiibur^^h in 
the harbor, severely injuring several on board the 
former. 

Feb. 3. Rosalie L. Stanley committed suicide. 

Feb. 4. Captain M. Nelson was fatally injured 

on board the Barkentine Monitor off the Heads 

The P. M. S. S. Japan sailed for China. 

Feb. 5. A fire, 9^ p.m., 536 Clay Street ; damage 
trifling. 

Feb. 6. The P. M. S. S. Golden Age saUed for 
Panama with $7^8.639.70 in treasure. 

Feb. 7. James Drummond was drowned in the 
bay near North Point Dock. 

Feb. 8. The dead body of a Chinese female was 
found under a house on Cooper Alley near Kearny 
Street. 

Feb. 11. A tire on board the P. M. S. S. Sacra- 
mento lying at her wharf ; damage trifling. 

Feb. 13. M. Charles de Cazotte, Consul-General 

for France, died of small pox, aged 48 years .A 

shock of an earthquake at 4 a.m The P. M. S. > 

Colorado sailed for Panama with $792,615.46 ii. 
treasure. 

Feb. 14. Simon Wath, a German, committed sui- 
cide on Dupout Street A tire, 2 a. .m., corner of 

East and Merchant streets, destroyed several frame 
buildings. 

Feb. 15. James Kane wasinstantly killed by fall- 
ing from an embankment. 

Feb. 16. Mrs. Johanna Dunn was fonnd dead in 
her Vied. 

Feb. 18. J. F. Stanford was fonnd dead at his 
residence A Frenchman, named Marinetf, drop- 
ped dead in a s-iloon. 

Feb. 19. John Cox was crushed to death by a 
roUmir stone at Telegraph Hill -.James McNamara, 
an old resident of San Francisco, died, aged 52 yebrs. 

Feb. 20. A fire, 4 a.m., corner of Jackson and 
Stockton streets ; damage, $5,0()0. 

Feb. 21. Henry Hussmann was found dead in bis 

bed J. S. Jenkins, a pioneer and prominent stock 

broker, died of small pox, aged 42 years. 

Feb. 22. Washington's birtliday was celebrated 
l>v a military parade and litei-arv exercises at Piatt's 
Hall.... The P. .M. S. S. Saci-ainento sailed for Pan- 
ama with $9.30,567.61 in treasure. 

Feb. 23. Lieut. John F. Small, U. S. A., com- 
mitted suicide by taking chloroform. 

Feb. 24. Col. J. G. Scott, iusi>ector of customs, 
committed suicide. 

Feb. 25. A fire, I a.m., 322 Commercial Street, 

partially destroyed a brick building A fire. 9 p.m., 

Lilly Street near Franklin, destroyed a frame dwell- 
infr."...The body of a man was found floating iu the 
bav near Alcatraz. 

t'EB. 26. The dead body of an infant was fonnd 
buried in a vacant lot on Pacific Street. 

Feb. 28. A lire, 11 p.m., 311 East Street, destroy- 
ed a frame building. 

March 1. The P. M. S S. Constitution sailed for 
Panama with $348,360.-27 in treasure. 



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March 2. Anyello Az^opardi was fatally statibed 

by bis partner uanied Louis Tbe dead body of an 

infant was found under tbe sidewalk on Branuau 
Street. 

March 3. Thomas McAlpin, a pioneer Califor- 
niaii, died, aged 52 years. 

March 4. Inauguration day was celebrated by 
the firing of cannon and a liberal display of flags. 

March 5. The P. M. S. S. China sailed for 
China. 

March 6. Francis A. Bartlett, a pioneer Califor 
uian, died, aged 44 years. 

March 8." Afire, 1 a.m., corner of Washington 
and Hyde streets ; damajre trifling. 

March 10. Maurice Walsh was shot and killed 
by William Voll....TheP. M. S. S. Golden City 
sailed for Panama with $1,10!), 118.85 in treasure. 

March 12. A fire, 1 a.m., 228 Chira Street, 

destroyed two frame buildings Joseph L. 

Josephsou was run over and fatally injured by a 
truck. 

March 14. A fire, 9 a.m., Ellis Street near 
Jones, destroyed a frame building. 

March 15. A fire, I5 a.m., 22 Geary Street ; 

damage slight William Oregon Smith and 

Thomas Savage were sentenced to ten years im- 
prisonment in the State Prison for the murder of 
Commander John G. Mitchell. 

March Ifi. Mrs. B. F. Moses committed suicide 
by taking poison ... An explosion of powder occurred 
on board the steamer Chrysopolis while a salute was 
being fired, severely injuring several members of 
the Emniett Guard of Sacramento. 

March 17. St. Patrick's day was celebrated by a 
military and civic parade, and religious exercises in 
several churches. 

March IS. The body of a man was found float- 
ing in the bay The P. M. S. S. Montana sailed 

for Panama with $b81, 912.20 in treasure A sol- 
dier, named Andrew Roman, was killed at Alcalraz 
by the accidental discbarge of his musket. 

March 21. A fire, 1 a.m., 125 First Street, doing 
considerable damage. 

March 2:1 George C. Harriman. a well-known 
citizen, died of heart disease, aged -U years. 

March 24. Henry Haight, a pioneer and respect- 
ed citizen, died, aged 48 years. 

March 25. A fire, 9' a.m., Vulcan Iron Works; 
damage trifling. 

March 26. John B. Gallen conmiitted suicide at 
St. Mary's Hospital The ceremonies of the Jew- 
ish Passover were commenced in the various syna- 
gogues. 

March 28. A whale of the species known as tbe 
California, was thrown ashore near the Clift' House 

A German, named Hetsch, committed suicide in 

Calvary Cemetery by shooting himself through the 
heart. 

March 30. The P. M. S. S. Colorado sailed for 
Panama with $857,734.33 in treasure. 

April 1. A shock of earthquake occurred at 

55 P.M., lasting about 18 seconds Robert L. 

Smith, an Englishman, aged 63 years, was killed by 
falling over an iron railing. 

April 2. The body of an unknown man was 
found floating in the bay near Folsom Street Wharf. 

April 3. The steamer Johii L. Stephens was 
seized by the U. S. Mars'ial for alleged violation of 

the revenue laws Lewin and Simon Isaacs, two 

brothers, had a dispute about money matters, when 
tbe former struck the latter, fracturing his skull and 
causing de.ith. 

April 4. J. D. Derrick committed' suicide by 
shooting himself after having shot his wife and a 
man named Frank Edwards. 

April 5. Tiie P. M^ S. S. Great Republic sailed 
for China with $491,C3<.34 in treasure News re- 
ceived of the death of Charles S. Fairfax, formerly 
Speaker of tl:e California Assembly, who died at 



Baltimore, Md Alphonse Den, aged 54 years, 

died suddenly from apoplexy. 

April 6. 'A house on Geary Street, undermined 
by excavating, fell, killing two men and wounding 

two othei's Madame Olga Von Plittersdorff',' a 

celebrated German actress, committed suicide. 

April 7. Charles J. Byrne died suddenly of 
disease of the heart. 

April 8. An mimense excursion train left by 
the San Jose Railroad, to participate in tbe celebra- 
tion of the opening of the Southern Pacific Railroad 
to Gilroy. 

April 9. Ah Kow, a Chinaman sentenced to be 
hung for the murder of a countryman, hung him- 
self in his cell.... The P. M. S.' S. Constitution 
sailed for Panama with $737,738.19 in treasure. 

April 10. John Conway, a pioneer and old po- 
liceman, died at St. Mary'sHospital, aged 33 years. 

April 11. A fire, 3j p.m., on board the schooner 
Mary Ellen, Clay Street Wharf ; considerable dam- 
age to vessel and" carijo. 

"April 12. J. Gellineard, a Frenchman, died 
suddenly, aged 35 years. 

April 14. A fire, 5 a.m., Jackson Street, near 
Dupont, destroyed several buildings ; damage 
|120,000. 

April 15. A boy named Martin was run over by 
a wagon on Market Street, and seriously injured. 

April 17. Catheiine Thompson was found dead 

in her saloon, on Jackson Street, near Drumm 

The P. M. S. S. Golden City sailed for Panama with 
a large list of passengers and §655,539.43 in treas- 
ure. 

April 18. The U. S. steamer Resaca arrived 
from Jlazatlan with §160,550 in treasure. 

April 22. Henr}' Bockman committed suicide. 

April 23. Thomas Sawyer was run over by a 

hook and ladder truck and seriously injured 

Bernard McDonald was fatally injured by a boiler 
falling on him at the Portland Boiler Works. 

April 24. Benjamin F. Moultou, a pioneer citi- 
zen, died, aged 51 years. 

April 25. John Johnson, aged 30 years, dropped 
dead in the street. 

April 26. The fiftieth anniversary of Odd Fel- 
lowship was appropriately observed by the Order 

throughout the State Miss Cook died from the 

effects of arsenic taken to beautify her complexion. 

April 29. Tbe body of an unknown man was 
found floating in the bay. 

April 30. Tbe P. M. S. S. Montana sailed for 
Panama with a large list of passengers and 
$995,905.56 in treasure. 

May 2. A German named Eichhorn, aged 40 
years, committed suicide. 

May 4. News received of the death of Colonel 
William G. Wood, a California pioneer, aged 59 

years The P. M. S. S. Japan sailed for China 

with passengers and $1,333,921.48 in treasure. 

May 5. Chnrles Elze, aged 51 years, committed 

suicide The anniversary of the victory of the 

Mexicans over the French, at Pueblo, was celebra- 
ted by the Mexican residents. 

Ma"y 6. Mrs. John Patton, aged 50 years, was 
found dead in her bed. 

May 8. The celebration in honor of the comple- 
tion of the Central Pacific Railroad across the con- 
tinent, took place with civic and military proces- 
sions, displays, etc. ...The P.M. S. S. "Colorado 
sailed for Panama with a large number of passen- 
gers and $630,116.28 in treasure. 

May 11. Colonel J. Di Hawks, a well-known 

citizen and pioneer, died, aged 57 years E. F. 

Stewart, an old San Francisco fireman, died in Vir- 
ginia City, Nevada, aged 33 years. 

May 12. A tire, 1 a.m., International Hotel ; 
damage trifling. 

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May 14. A little girl named Jleyers was run 
over by a fire en^fiiie and instantly iiilled. 

May 1G. The new Calvary Presbyterian Church, 
on Powell Street, was dedicated. 

May 17. A lire, 11 a.m., Battery Street, near 
Vallejo ; damajre $1,:301). 

May 18. A tire, "2 a.m., Monttromery Street, be- 
tween Bush and Sutter ; damage trifling The P. 

M. S. S. Constitution sailed for Panama with 
$74.5, IW.a.') in treasure. 

May 20. A quantity of opium, valued at $15,000, 
was seized by Custom House officials, on the P. M. 
S. S. China. 

May ai. James Bennett attempted to murder 
his wife, and afterwards shot and mortally wounded 
himself. 

May 22. George Gordon, a pioneer and promi- 
nent citizen, died, aged 49 years. 

May ii'i. J. B. Manchester, a prominent lawyer, 
died, aged 56 years. 

May 24. Dennis Larkin, aged 40 years, fell 
from an embankment on Telegraph Hill, and was 
instantly killed. 

May 25. A tire, 3 a.m., corner of First and Jessie 

streets; damage about $3,000 John C. Keenan, 

aged 38 years, au old citizen of California, died sud- 
denly. 

May 28. A fire, 8 p.m., wire factory of H. T. 
Graves, Clay Street; damage $1,500. 

May 30. A slight shock of an earthquake about 

10:37 A.M. 

May 31. Colonel George F. James, a prominent 
lawyer, died of disease of the heart, aged 54 years. 

Mail r-General George H. Thomas, appointed 

to the ctmmaud of the Division of the Pacific, ar- 
rived. 

Ju.N'K 1. The P. M. S. S. Golden City sailed for 
Panama with $784,485.35 in treasure. 

June 2. Werner Hoelscher was shot and dan- 
gerously wounded by a Cliiuaman. 

June 4. The P. M. S. S. China sailed for China 
and Japan with $1,1 67,551.82 in treasure. 

June 6. J. Morrell was stabbed and seriously 
injured by John Wilson. 

June 7. Rev. R. Hering, Pastor St. Mark's 
(German) Church, died suddenly, aged 27 years. 

June 8. A fire, 5 a.m., 416 Front Street; dam- 
age slight. 

June 9. The body of an unknown man was 

found floating in the bay, near Fort Point The 

P. M. S. S, Montana sailed for Panama with pas- 
sengers and $498,576.35 in treasure General H. 

W. Ilalleck, formerly in cliarge of the Military 
Department of the Pacific, departed for Louisville, 
Kentucky. 

June 12. The body of an unknown man was 

found floating in the bay, near India Dock A 

fire, 10:35 A.M., Seventh Street, near Harrison; 
damage triflinj;. 

June 13. The new Italian Hospital was inaug- 
urated with usual ceremonies A fire, 4 a.m., Va- 
lencia, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets ; 
damage slight. 

June 14. A man named Derringer was seriously 
wounded by an accident on the steamer Cora. 

June 16. Robert Hart was seriously injured by 
walking out of the second story window of the 
Atnerican E.xchange Hotel. 

June 17. James G. Denniston, a prominent Cal- 
ifornian, died, aged 44 years. 

June 18. The P. M. S. S. Colorado sailed for 
Panama with $764,227.24 in treasure. 

June 20. The dead body of an unknown man 

was foinid in Calvary Cemetery Three boys, 

named Norton, Comisky, and Lynch, were drowned 
by the upsetting of a boat. 

June 23. Two men, named Gray and W.ard, were 
seriously injured while blasting rock The Con- 
gressional Committee of Ways and Means arrived. 



June 26. A young man named Martin was 
knocked overboard from the sloop Minnie, and 
drowned. 

June 28. R. C. Talbot committed suicide by 
hanging himself. 

June 29. A fire, 4| p.m., at Potrero, destroyed the 
California Pioneer Fuse Factory ; damage, $25,000. 

June 30. The P. M. S. S. Constitution sailed for 
Panama, with $436,882.70 in treasure. 

July 1. James B. Nelson, aged 45 years, com- 
mitted suicide John McDonald committed snicide. 

July 2. Hon William H. Seward, ex-Secretary 
of Stale, arrived, and was received with great en- 
thusiasm. 

JuT.Y 3. The P. M. S. S. Great Republic sailed 
for China, with $6.'')S,631.48 in treasure. 

July 4. Fires, 7 p.m., 720 Lombard Street, de- 
stroyed two small buildings; damage, $1,000 ; and 
on Hayes Street near Laguna ; damage, $1,200. 

July 5. The anniversary of American Indepen- 
dence was celebrated in this city with appropriate 
ceremonies. 

July 6. Fires, I p.m.. Pacific Wood Preserving 
Company's Works, destroying them entirely ; dam- 
age $30,000 ; and at Merrill Brothers' Match Fac- 
tory, on the Clifl' House Road ; damage, $5,000. 

July 9. The P. M. S. S. Golden City sailed for 

Panama, with $219,379.06 in treasure A. Irving 

Ellis, aged 35 years, was found dead in his bed. 

July 10. Fran9ois Galopien, aged 45 years, com- 
mitted suicide. 

July 12. A fire, lOJ a.m., Clay Street near 

Battery; damage trifling George Scott was killed 

and Bartholomew Martm wounded by the caving in 
of a sewer. 

July 13. James Harris was shot by a policeman, 
and instantly killed, while attempting' to escape from 
custody. 

July 15. A delegation of merchants from Chi- 
cago, on a tour of inspection, arrived Edward 

Staub, a |)rominent physician, died, aged 36 years. 

July 16. Three boys got into a fight ai the cor- 
ner of Beale and Fremont streets, during which one 
named Alexander, aged 15 years, was struck with a 
stone and killed The Overland House, on Sacra- 
mento Street, was opened to the public for in- 
spection. 

July 17. The P. M. S. S. Montana sailed for 
Panama, with $285,958.64 in treasure. 

July 18. Irving H. Kuowles, a pioneer and 
prominent merchant, died, aged 44 years. 

July 22. Afire, 11 p.m., Turk Street near Jones ; 
damage, $1,500 Margaret Fitzgerald was in- 
stantly killed by falling down stairs, aged 55 years. 

July 23. A man named Heuterkes, aged 69 
years, committed suicide. 

July 26. Rear-Admiral Farragnt, U. S. N., ar- 
rived. 

July 28. A fire,2J a.m., 202 Dupout ; damage, 
about $1,000. 

July 30. A fire, 4J a.m., soap factory, corner 

Ritch and King streets; damage $500 The 

P. M. S. S. Colorado sailed for Panama with 
$.504,6.59.21 in treasin-e. 

August 1. A fire, 12J p.m., 240 Commercial 
Street; damage $10,000. 

Auo. 2. Edward McClueky was run over and 
fatally injured by a street c«r. 

Aug. 4. The 'P. M. S S. Oregonian sailed for 
China and Japan with $6/3,377.23 in treasine. 

Aug. 5. F. E. K. Whitney, Chief Engineer of 
the San Francisco Fire Dapaitment, was received 
upon his return from the East, by a [)rocession of 
Temperance Societies and the Fire Denartment. 

Aug. 7. A partial eclipse of the sini, lasting about 
two hours Eugene Charrier, aged 52 years, com- 
mitted suicide. 

Aug. 8. The M. E. Church of South San Fran- 
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Aug. 9. The P. M. S. S. Sacramento sailed for 

Panama with $679,66(1.40 in treasure Mrs. Gus 

Reis died from the sting of a fly. 

Aug. U. William Lahey was instantly killed bv 
the fall of a bank. 

Aug. 13. Hon. Schuyler Colfax, Vice-President 

of the United States, arrived Michael O'Brien, 

died suddenly, aged 45 years. 

Aug. 1;'). "The fete Napoleon was celebrated by 
the French population with usual ceremonies. 

Aug. 18. The P. M. S. S. Golden City sailed for 
Panama with $'280,290.47 in treasure A remark- 
able and brilliaut light appeared in the westat even- 
ing twilight, attracting much attention. 

Aug. 19. W. K. Vanderslice, Jr., of this city, 
was drowned in the San Joaquin River. 

Aug. 20. Frederick Johnson committed suicide. 

Aug. 21. Isaac F. Baker, a special policeman, 
died from injuries received by the upsetting of a 
stage. 

Aug. 22. A new M. E. Church, Western Addi- 
tion, was dedicated by Rev. Bishop Kingsley. 

Aug. 23. A tire, 11 p.m., NE corner of Clay and 

Stockton streets ; damage $500 Eniil Marks, an 

exempt fireman, was run over and seriously in- 
jured by a hose cart The first car load of freight 

from Boston, by railroad, arrived. 

Aug. 25. Charles Merkelbach fell from Vallejo 

Street Wharf while asleep, and was drowned A 

tire, 558 Natoma Street; damage slight Luke 

Perkins died of lockjaw A woman named 

Raphael attempted to commit suicide with a hatchet. 

A man named Brown, formerly clerk on the U. 

S. steamer Pensacola, was found dead on the beach. 

Aug. 27. The Joint Congressional Committee on 

Retrenchment arrived by railroad Hon. Carl 

Schurz arrived, and was escorted to the Cosmopoli- 
tan Hotel by an imposing torchlight procession. 

Aug. 28. Chai-les A. McKean committed suicide. 

Aug. 29. Patrick Fitzgerald, a blacksmith, was 
thrown from a buggy, and mortally wounded. 

Aug. 30. The P. M. S. S. Montana sailed for 

Panama with $429,578.64 in treasure Frank 

Lewis, en route to San Quentin, was mortally wound- 
ed by Sheriff Holmes of Sacramento, while attempt- 
ing to escape Jean Martha, a Frenchman, was 

gored to death by a bullock A woman, named 

Swain, aged 54 years, died suddenly The first 

shipment of tea overland (ninety baskets) was made 
to Williams, Butters & Co., Chicago. 

Aug. 31. A son of Captain Sherburne was run 
over and killed by a street car. 

September 1. A fire, 1.40 p.m., NE corner of 
Webster and Page streets ; damage trifling Wil- 
liam Finktoa was thrown from a horse, and serious- 
ly injured. 

Sept. 3. David Dwyer, a well-known coal 
dealer and respected citizen, committed suicide. 

Sept. 4. Rose Roane, 17 years old, was run over 

and killed by an engine of the City Grading Co 

The P. M. S. S. Japan sailed with "a party of New 
York excursionists, on a trip around the world, and 
$541,096.04 in treasure.... A tire, 11 p.m., 1014 Du- 
pont ; damage over $20,000. 

Sept. 6. Michael McNulty was shot and seriously 
wounded by Horace Fuller. 

Sept. 7. The new steam tug S. L. Mastick made 
her trial trip Charles Bruce, aged 46 years, com- 
mitted suicide. 

Sept. 8. Guadaloupe I. Cooper killed himself by 
a pistol shot in the mouth, supposed to be accidental. 

Sept. 9. The anniversary of the admission of 
California into the Union was celebrated in an 
appropriate manner by the California Pioneei's and 

State Militia Hon. E. Ehoades, State Treasurer 

of Nevada, died at the Occidental Hotel Afire, 

11 P.M., 404 Pine Street ; damage about $500. 

Sept. 10. The Cincinnati commercial party ar- 
rived on a tour of inspection and pleasure. 



Sept. 11. A fire, 2| a.m., store of Haskell & 
Buckalew ; damage $15,000 Thomas Whalen at- 
tempted to commit suicide. 

Sept. 12. The new Italian Hospital was formally 
opened. 

Sept. 13. Hon. William H. Seward returned 

to this city from his Northein tour James Stark, 

a veteran actor, was the recipient of a substantial 
benefit at the California Theater. 

Sept. 14. J. K. Smedberg and a man named 
Gardiner both of this city, fought a duel in Marin 
County, in which the former was wounded in the 
hand... The P. M. S. S. Colorado sailed for Panama 

with ,$858,914.20 in treasure One hundred guns 

were tired from Telegrapli Hill in honor of the Hum- 
boldt Centennial Aimiversary The seventh an- 
nual exhibition of the Mechanics' Institute was for- 
mally inaugurated at the Pavilion. 

Sept. 15. William R. Yontz, for many years chief 
operator of the Western Union Telegraph Co., died 
suddenly The California Pioneer Association ex- 
cursion party departed for the East overland 

Thomas Gilmoi'e was shot and seriously wounded by 
James Dwyer. 

Sept. 17. An imposing reception was given to 
the delegates from the East to the National Conven- 
tion of the I. O. O. F The anniversary of Mexi- 
can Independence was appropriately observed by 

the Mexicans John Quinievan committed suicide 

C. A. Anderson, a Prussian, aged 40 years, 

committed suicide. 

Sept. 17. Edward Bingham, a pioneer actor, 
aged 43 years, died in the County Hospital. 

Sept. 18. Freddie Fortmann, aged 27 months, 
was run over and killed by a railroad car. 

Sept. 20. The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. assem- 
bled in National Convention at Pacific Hall The 

delegates to the National Convention I. O. O. F. at- 
tended an interesting meeting of welcome by the 
merchants of San Francisco, at the Merchants' Ex- 
change. 

Sept. 21. The Pullman Palace Car was placed on 

exhibition at the Mechanics' Fair M. E. Fitz- 

gibbon, a well-known asphaltum worker and fire- 
man, died, aged 43 years Peter Helenkamp,aged 

26 years, was killed by the caving of a bank. 

Sept. 22. J. J. Papy, a well-known lawyer, died. 
...The Red Stocking Base Ball Club of Cincinnati 
arrived overland. 

Sept. 26. The corner stone of St. Patrick's 

Church was laid by Archbishop Alemany A fire, 

5^ A.M., at 856 Folsom; damage, $3,.500. 

Sept. 27. A destructive fire occurred at the cor- 
ner of Fourth and Perry streets ; damage $35,000. 

William H. Jones, aged 64 years, a pioneer of 

this city, died at San Rafael A boy named Mark 

Elpman was shot and killed while in the act of en- 
tering a cellar. 

Sept. 28. A fire, 21 a.m., DeWitt Kittle &. Go's 
buildings on Sansom Street ; damage $20,000. John 

Idea, blacksmith, perished in the flames James 

Childs, a pioneer stevedore, died, aged 42 years. 

Sept. 29. Jose A. Godoy, Mexican Consul, died 
suddenly, aged 54 years... Hon. William H. Seward 
was the recipient of valuable presents at the Pioneer 
Hall and at the Occidental Hotel. 

Sept. 30. The P. M. S. S. Golden City sailed for 

Panama with $666,-557.01 in treasure Two sailors 

were drowned off Fort Point while trying to rescue 

a deserter from the ship Ocean Express John G. 

Saxe gave his first lecture at Mercantile Librarv 
Hall. 

October 1. William GouverneurMcarris assumed 
duties of United States Marshal. 

Oct. 2. Destructive fire, 10 a.m., on the corner 
of Fourth and Berry streets; damage $150,000. 

Oct. 3. James Dwyer made a desperate attempt 
to commit suicide by masticating a glass tumbler. 

Oct. 4. Eighty-five passengers departed for the 



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East by tlie firpt through train to Promontory 

Fire, 8'j a.m., Green Street ; damage §1,500 The 

P. M. 8. S. China sailed for Hongkong and Yoko- 
hama with §337,:212.40 in treasure Sir. and Mrs. 

Florence made their first appearance at Maguire's 
Opera House Edwin Adams made his first ap- 
pearance at the California Theater in Hamlet. 

Oct. 5. Lawrence Grennan, aged 47, a resident 
of San Francisco, died at Vallejo. 

Oct. 6. William Dwyer was shot in the mouth, 

and seriously wounded," by George Hoge The 

First National Bank of Nevada suspended. 

Oct. 7. A fire, H p.m., Oakleys Mills, Com- 
mercial Street ; damage $80,000. 

Oct. 8. The California Immigrant Union was or- 
ganized Three fires: 80 Everett Street, corner 

Lombard and Mason, and corner Commercial and 

iJattery ; damage slight L. H. Robie, a native of 

New Hampshire, aged 49 years, committed suicide. 

Oct. 9. The San Francisco Yacht Club formally 
j opened their new club house on Long Bridge. 
I Oct. IJ. Miss Annie Wagner was shot aud killed 
' by A. E. Kettle, a suitor, who then shot aud mor- 
I tiiilv wounded himself. 

O'cT. 12. The M. W. Grand Lodge F. & A. M. 
commenced their twentieth annual communication 
at Masonic Temple. 

Oct. 14. The P. M. S. S. Montana sailed for 
Panama with $667,652.42 in treasure. 

Oct. 15. A destructive fire on Howard Street near 
Eighth ; damage $30,000. 

Oct 16. The San Francisco Yacht Club had their 
first regatta, which proTcd a successful and pleasant 

affair E. A. Graves committed suicide in Laurel 

Hill Cemetery. 

Oct. 17. A tire, 6:40 p.m., San Fraueisco Recrea- 
tion Grounds ; damage $2,5U0. 

Oct. 18. The first regular mail for Sitka and 

Alaska was dispatched by steamer A fire, 3J p. 

M.,914 Market Street; damage $3,000.... A man, 

named F. Otta, was found dead in his bed The 

first rain fall of the season occurred. 

Oct. 21. The first invoice of fresh oysters ar- 
rived overland from Baltimore .Jules Carnaud, 

a teacher of music, died suddenly William 

Younkel committed suicide at his residence. 

Oct. 23. — A fire at the corner of Broadway and 

East streets; damage $2,000 A tire, 2i'p.m., 

San Francisco Laundry; damage $3,000 Albert 

Starkey, a native of New Jersey, aged 58 years, 
committed suicide. 

Oct. 25. The United Ancient Order of Druids 
laid the corner-stone of their new hail on Sutter 
Street near Powell. 

Oct. 26. A little girl, named Rose Kramer, was 
bnined to death in attempting to light a lamp.... 
Daniel M. Donahue, a printer, was found dead in 
his bed. 

Oct. 27. James Quinn was killed and J. O. 
Rawlins and others seriously wounded by the burst- 
ing of a centrifugal pan in the Golden Gate Sugar 
Refinery. 

Oct. 28. John Connors died from the effects of 

injuries received by tlie falling of a brick wall A 

tire, 3 A.M., Post Street above Dupont ; damage 
$8,000, 

Oct. 30. The P. M. S. S. Constitution sailed for 
Panama with $708,475.84 in treasure.. ..A tire, 12i 

P..M., 2214 Sixteenth Street ; damage trifling Neil 

Mowry rode a 200 mile race at Bay View ; time 
8 hours ^H minutes aud 45 seconds. 

NovE.MBf.ii 2. Real estate transactions forthe past 
month, as shgwn by C. D. Carter's Real Estate Cir- 
cular, amount to $l',()31,260 Charlotte Thouipson 

commenced an engauemeiitat the California Tlieater. 
Mrs. J. W. Stow delivered a lecture on the sub- 
ject of woman's work li. Sleath, a Scotchman, 

aged 50 years, died su(hlenly in the County Hospital. 

Nov. 3. Frederica Helmott committed suicide bv 



taking morphine A destructive fire on the comer 

of Brannan and First streets ; damage unknown. 

The dead body of Captain Andrew M;ithew8on 

was picked up in the bay Frederick Roskamp 

was ^eriously injured by being thrown from thetMicfe 
of Hook and' Ladder Co. No. 1, while going to a fire. 

Nov. 4. The P. M. S. S. America sailed for Jap- 
an and China with passengers and $1,166,388.85 m 
treasure. 

Nov. 5. Gottlieb Herzog, a German, was found 
dead in his bed Frank H. Hauiilton Jr. commit- 
ted suicide by taking jjoison. 

Nov. 7. Jacob H. Trust, a local policeman and 

pioneer fireman, died Michael Walsh dropped 

dead in the street. 

Nov. 9. James Turk stabbed and seriously in- 
jured Dutcli Aleck Frederick King, aged 32 

years, died from injuries received in falling over an 

embankment Edward Hall, aged 23 years, died 

from injuries received from a piece of wood thrown 

from a circular saw in motion The second grand 

carnival ball, under the auspices of the MechauicB' 
Institute, was held at the Pavilion, with great suc- 
cess Robert Beatly, an old resident, died at his 

residence, aged 64 years. 

Nov. 14. Dennis McGrath and Cornelius Callag- 
han were shot and seriously wounded in a land riot 
on White Street near Larkin A collision occur- 
red on the Western Pacific Railroad, seven miles 
from Oakland, resulting in the death of sixteen pas- 
sengers and the wounding of thirty others. Among 
the killed were David Wa.nd and Thomas F. Sandoz, 
of this city, and Judge A. W. Baldwin, of Nevada. 

Nov. 15. Dennis McGrath, aged 43 years, died 
from a shot wound at the hands of Mark Noon, a 

few days previous The Free Postal Delivery was 

formally inaugurated Town and Stage, a dramatic 

paper, was tirst issued Madame Scheller com- 
menced an engagement at Maguire's Opera House. 

Nov. 17. The P. M. S. S. Golden City sailed f6r 

Panama with $.536,074.23 in treasure A tine lot 

of peaches came to market from Suisun. 

Nov. 18. L. E. Hinckley, a native of Mass., aged 

47 years, committed suicide H. Miller, a German, 

was found dead in his bed. 

Nov. 20. David Williamson, aged 60 years, re- 
cently from Baltimore, died suddenly Mrs. John 

B. Winters died after a lingering illness of several 
months. 

Nov. 23. Madame Camilla Urso, the celebrated 
violinist, gave her first concert at Piatt's Hall to a 

crowded house John Hayes wiis cruelly beaten 

and robbed. 

Nov. 25. Thomas Daly was seriously stabbed by 
John Driscoll in a ditticulty over a game of cards. 

William Tennaut, a Scotchman, aged 62 years, 

died suddenly A boy named Harkness, aged 11 

years, died from strangulation. 

Nov. 26. A destructive explosion and fire oc- 
curred at the Giant Powder Works, five miles west 
of tlie City Hall, which totally destroyed tlie prem- 
ises and killed or wounded nearly all of the em- 

ploves, numbering 10 or 12 Fires, 3^ a.m., in a 

Chinese hou.«e, 80S Dnpont Street ; damage $15,000; 
and 8 p..m., 810 Powell Street; damage nominal. 

Nov. 27. William Lenz, a German, aged 34 

years, was drowned at North Beach Fire, 12J 

A.M.. in the California Guard Armoiy; damage 
$4,000. 

Nov. 28. The new^ Central Presbyterian Church 
building on Tyler Street was dedicated. .. .Miss 
Carrie Diamond died suddenly under suspicious cir- 
cumstances. 

Nov. 29. The office of S. Newberger, a broker, 

was robbed of $6,000 A brilliant meteor was 

visible at 5J a.m. 

Nov. 30. St. Andrews' Society gave their annual 
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Public Schools. 

The annual report of James Denman, Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction, is an elaborated compila- 
tion of facts and figures that ought to be read by 
every head of a family, as well as those who are 
interested in the rising generation. The report 
informs ua that from a feeble beginning of two 
teachers and less than one hundred pupils, the de- 
partment has swelled its numbers to over three 
hundred teachers and nearly twenty thousand 
scholars. This is unparalleled in the history of civ- 
ilization, and should cause every citizen to feel a just 
pride in these evidences of our prosperity and future 
greatness. The Boiu-d of Education has the entire 
control of the school department. It is composed of 
twelve Directors, one-half of whom are elected 
annually, to serve two years. They receive no 
compensation. The Superintendent is ex officio ad- 
visory member of the Board. He is elected by the 
Board of Education and Board of Supervisors con- 
jointly, and receives for his services $4,000 per an- 
num. He is very earnest to make the school de 
partment of San Trancisco second to none in the 
United States. The following is a comparative 
statement of the daily attendance of all the public 
schools from 1852 to 1869, being a period of seven- 
teen years: 18.52, 445; 1853, 703; 1854, 1,011; 
18.55,1,484; 1856,2,516; 1857,2,155; 18.58,2,521; 
1859,2,829; 1860,2,837; 1861,3,377; 1862,3,794; 
1863, 4,389 ; 1864, 5,470 ; 1865, 6,718 ; 1866, 8,131 ; 
1867, 10,177; 1868, 11,871; 1869, 13,113. Sub- 
joined is a statement of the yearly expenditures of 
the department since 1852 to the present time: — 
18.52, $23,125 ; 1853, $35,040; 1854, $159,249 ; 1855, 
$136,580; 18.56, $125 064; 1857, $92,955; 1858,1 
$104,808; 1859, $134,731; 1860, $156,407; 1861, 
$1.58,855; 1862, $134,567; 1863, $178,929 ; 1864, 
$228,411; 1865, $346,862; 1866, $361,668; 1867, 
$507,822 ; 1868, $376,392 ; 1869, $400,842, making a 
total expenditure, in seventeen years, of $3,662,307 
freely given by our enlightened citizens, as an 
oifering on the altar of learning ; and it is pleasing, 
from the Superintendent's present report, to learn 
that the munificence of our people has been duly ap 
predated, and their efforts in the cause of education 
cro\vned with success. The Superintendent says, 
in his report : "At no time in the history of our 
public schools has the instruction of the Grammar 
department been more practical and thorough than 
during the year which has just closed. The pupils 
acquitted themselves well in all the different studies 
and reflected great credit on their efficient instruct- 
ors." This is, indeed, a pleasing report. 



Location of Schools. 

Names of Teachers. Numher of Pupils Enrolled, the 
Arerage Attendance, and the Monthly Expense 
of Tuition, based upon the Teachers' and 
Janitors' Salaries of School Year ending June 
30, 1869. 

Boys' High School (location east side of Powell 
Street near Clay). — Pupils registered, 134; average 
attendance, 113.7 ; percentage of attendance, .990 ; 
number to each teacher, 22 7-10 ; monthly tuition of 
each pupil, $6.54. 

Teachers. — Theo. Bradley, Principal ; A. T. 
Winn, J. M. Sibley, A. L. Mann, and Mrs. C. L. 
Atwood, Assistants. 

Girls' High School (location southeast corner 
of Bush and Stockton streets). — Pupils registered, 
138; average attendance, 118.8; percentage of at- 
tendance, .976 ; number to each teacher, 23 4-5 ; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $5.42. 

Teachers.— E,\\\b H. Holmes, Principal ; Mrs. C. 
R. Beals, Miss E. A. Cleveland, and Miss S. A. Barr, 
Assistants; Mad. V. G. Brisac, Teacher of French. 

Normal Training School (location south side 
of Market Street near Fifth).— Pupils registered, 
217; average attendance, 188.7; percentage of at- 
tendance, .941 ; monthly tuition of each pupil, $1. 12. 

Teacliers.—Mv&. C. H. Stout, Principal ; Mrs. E. 
Jones, Assistant. 

City Training School (location east side of 
Stockton Street near Bush). — Pupils registered, 314; 
average attendance, 264 ; percentage of attendance, 
.936 ; monthly tuition of each pupil, $1.15. 

Teachers. — Mrs. A. E. Dubois, Principal ; Miss 
Annie L. Gray, Miss Annie B. Earle, and Miss 
Susie H. Earle, Assistants. 

Lincoln Grammar School (location east side 
of Fifth Street near Market). — Pupils registered, 
1,279; average attendance, 1,011.2; percentage of 
attendance, .943 ; number to each teacher, 49 3-20 ; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $1.84. 

Teachers. — Bernard Marks, Principal ; J. Phelps, 
W. N. Robertson, and L. W. Reed, Sub-masters; 
Mrs. M. J. Sanky, Mi-ss L. B. Jewett, Mrs. C. L. 
James, Mrs. B. F. Moore, Mrs. E. F. Pearson, Mrs. 
M. W. Kincaid, Miss M. T. Kimball, Miss L. S. 
Swain, Miss C. L. Smith, Miss S. A. Field, Miss 
Mary Pascoe, Miss Eliza P. Barnes, Miss Grace 
Chalmers, Miss M. E. Harrington, Miss M. A. Salis- 
bury, Mrs. Emma Hunt, Miss Jennie A. Forbes, and 
Miss M. M. Guinness, Assistants. 

Denman Grammar School (location northwest 
corner of Bush and Taylor streets). — Pupils regis- 
tered, 727 ; average attendance, 664.3 ; percentage of 
attendance, .944 ; number to each teacher, 41 7-10 ; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $1.89. 

Teachers. — John Swett, Principal ; Mrs. E. M. 
Baumgardner, Head Assistant; Miss C. M. Pattee, 
Miss N. A. Doud, Miss Jessie Smith, Miss Alice 
Kennev, Miss A. C. Bowen, Mrs. E. P. Bradley, 
Miss M. J. Little, Miss A. T. Flint, Miss C. C. 
Bowen, Miss Jennie Armstrong, Miss L. L. Gum- 
mer, Miss Lottie McKean, and Miss M. F. George, 
Assistants. 

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Third).— PupilB rejristered, 599; average attend- 
ance, 555.5; percentage of attendance, .953; num- 
ber to each teaclier, 39 3-5 ; monthly tuition of each 
pnnil, $2.2i2. 

Fenchers. — Ebenezer Knowlton, Principal ; Miss 
Helen M. Thompson, Head Assistant ; Miss Mary 
E. Stoweil, Mies D. S. Prescott, Miss Margaret 
Wilde, Miss Lizzie B. Easton, Miss Lizzie Johnston, 
Miss Anna M. Dore, Miss FI. A. Shaw, Miss Sadie 
Davis, Miss C. D. Tiaslt, Miss Clara Bucknam, Miss 
Aug. C. Robertson, Miss L. A. Winn, and Miss 
Fronie T. Clapp, Assistants. 

Broadway Grammar School (location north 
side of Broadway between Powell and Mason 
streets). — Pupils registered, .551 ; average attend- 
ance, .515.8; percentage of attendance, .93-2 ; num- 
ber to each teacher, 47 ; monthly tuition of each 
pupil, $1.95. 

Feachers. — Prof. W. J. G. Williams, Principal ; 
Miss Maggie McKenzie, Head Assistant ; Mrs. L. 
A. K. Clappe, Miss E. M. Tibbey, Miss Piiebe 
Palmer, Miss Mary Solomon, Mrs. B. M. Hurlbut, 
Miss S. A. Kelly, Miss E. J. Morse, Miss M. A. Has- 
well, JNIiss Susie B. Cook, and Miss Mary A. Ward, 
Assistants. 

South Cosmopolitan Grammar School (loca- 
tion north side of Post Street between Dupout and 
Stockton). — Pupils registered, 373 ; average attend- 
ance, 357.8 ; percentage of attendance, .943 ; num- 
ber to each teacher, 44 7-10 ; monthly tuition of each 
pupil, $2.i!4. 

Teachers;. — Henry N. Bolander, Principal ; Miss 
L. T. Fowler, General Assistant ; Mrs. Louise De- 
jarlais. Head Assistant ; Mrs. A. H. Hamill, Miss 
Lizzie LeB. Gunu, Mrs. Emily Foster, Miss F. M. 
Sherman, Miss Lizzie York, and Arnold Dulon, 
Assistants. 

Union Grammar School (location north side of 
Union Street, between Montgomery and Kearny). — 
Pupils registered, 538; average attendance, 400.6 ; 
percentage of attendance, .932; number to each 
teacher, 44^ ; monthly tuition of each pupil, $2.19. 

Teachers. — Thomas S. Myrick, Principal ; Miss 
Agnes Chalmers, Head Assistant; Philip Prior, Sub- 
master ; Miss Flora E. Smith, Miss Sarah Mayers, 
Miss Lizzie White, Miss Annie E. Hucks, Miss 
Nellie S. Baldwin, Miss Ellen G. Grant, and Miss 
Sallie E. Fox, Assistants. 

Washington Grammar School (location south- 
west corner of Mason and Washington streets). — 
Pupils registered, 346; average attendance, 304.4 ; 
percentage of attendance, .945; number to each 
teacher, 43J ; monthly tuition of each pupil, $2.55. 

Teachers. — L. D. Allen, Principal; Mrs. Lizzie 
G. Deetken, Head Assistant ; M. M. Scott, Sub- 
master ; Miss Jean Parker, Miss S. A. Jessup, Miss 
Susie D. Carey, Miss Canie Barlow, and Miss Car- 
rie M. Chase, Assistants. 

Spring Valley Grammar School (location 
south side of Broadway, between Larkin and Polk 
streets). — Pupils registered, 467; average attend- 
ance, 385; percentage of attendance, .932; number 
to each teacher, 48 1-10 ; monthly tuition of each 
pupil, $2.13. 

Teachers. — Noah F. Flood, Principal ; Joseph 
O'Connor, Sub-master ; Miss Carrie P. Field, Head 
Assistant ; Misa Mary ftlurphy, Miss Frances Simon, 
Miss Aug. P. Fink, Miss Annie E. Stevens, Miss 
Esther Goldsmith, and Miss Mabel F. Phelps, Assist- 
ants. 

Mission Grammar School (location west side 
of Mission Street, between Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth). — Pupils registered, ^94; average attend- 
ance, 501.4 ; nercentage of attendance, .940 ; number 
to each teacher, 50 1-10, monthly tuition of each 
pupil, $1.92. 



Teachers. — E. D. Humphrey', Principal; Jlrs' 
Frances E. RejTiolds, Head Assistant ; J. C. Pelton, 
Sub-master; Mrs. E. H. Varney, Mrs. Mary Hum- 
nhrey. Miss A. A. Rowe, Miss 'Jennie Greer, Miss 
Maria E. O'Connor, Miss A. Ciprico, Miss A. M. 
Jourdau, and Miss Mary E. Stone, Assistants. 

Shotwell Street Grammar School (location 
east side of Sliotwell Street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty third).— Pupils registered, 574 ; aver- 
age attendance, 472 ; percentage of attendance, .930 ; 
number to each teacher, 47 1-5 ; monthly tuition of 
each pupil, $1.80. 

Teachers. — Silas A. White, Principal ; Miss Annie 
A. Hill, Head Assistant ; Miss A. H. Giles, Miss 
Bessie Hallowell, Miss Hattie L. Wooll, Miss Grace 
W. Wright, Miss Rebecca P. Paul, Miss Mary J. 
Morgan, Mrs. Ellen M. Carlisle, Miss Mary Little, 
and Miss Mary E. Bennett, Assistants. 

North Cosmopolitan School (location north 
side of Filbert Street, between Jones aud Taylor). 
— Pupils registered, 804 ; average attendance, 679.8 ; 
percentage of attendance, .930; number to each 
teacher, 42 4-5; monthly tuition of each pupil 
$1.60. 

Teachers. — Miss Kate Kennedy, Principal ; Miss 
Fannie Mitcliell, Head Assistant; Miss Rosa Levin- 
son, Miss Abbie F. Aldrich, Miss Amelia Wells, 
Mrs. U. Rendsburg, Mrs. Bertha Chapuis, A. Solo- 
mon, Miss Naomie Hoy, Miss A. Campbell, Miss 
Fannie Soule, Miss L. Erichson, Miss Emily Ander- 
furen, Mrs. Wm. R. Duane, and Mrs. Laura M. 
Covington, Assistants. 

Tenth Street School (location west side of 
Tenth Street, between Howard and Folson). — Pu- 
pils registered, 513 ; average attendance, 377.8 ; 
percentage of attendance, .897 ; number to each 
teacher, .54 ; monthlv tuition of each pupil, $1.55. 

Teachers. — W. J*. Gorman, Principal ; Mrs. M. 
Dean, Miss Katie A. Galvin, Mrs. M. Dwyer, Miss 
M. A. Hassett, Miss Lizzie O'Callaghau, Sliss Cor- 
nelia Swain, and Miss M. V. M. Whigham, Assist- 
ants. 

Tehama Primary School (location south side of 
Tehama Street near First). — Pupils registered, 886; 
average attendance, 811.5; percentage of attend- 
ance, .938; number to each teacher, 50 7-10; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $1.52. 

Teachers. — Mrs. E. A. Wood, Principal ; Mrs. 
S. N. Joseph, Miss P. A E. Nichols, Miss Hattie A. 
Lyons, Miss Maria L. Soule, and Miss M. F. Smith, 
Miss M. Howard, Mios A. S. Ross, Miss Helen A. 
Grant, Miss Julia M. Gelston, Miss E. White, Miss 
Julia A. Hutton, Miss E. Gallagher, Miss S. H. 
Whitney, Miss Gertrude Soule, Mies M. J. Hall, 
aud Mis's Sallie Hall, Assistants. 

Lincoln Primary School (location southeast 
corner of Market and Fifth streets). — Pupils regis- 
tered, 719 ; average attendance, 658.4 ; percentage 
of attendance, .925 ; number to each teacher, 
54 9-10 ; monthly tuition of each pupil, $1.43. 

Teachers.— 'ii'Cx&s Kate Sullivan, Principal ; Mrs. 
Fannie Holmes, Mrs. H. M. Woodworth, Miss 
Nellie A. Littletield, Miss Bessie Molloy, Miss Car- 
rie L. Hunt, Miss Katie B. Childs, Miss Lydia A. 
Clegg, Miss Gazina Garrison, Miss Maggie L. Jor- 
don, Mrs. L. T. Hojjkins, Miss Kate McLaughlin, 
and Miss Christina McLean, Assistants. 

Fourth Street Primary School (location north 
west corner of Fourth aud Clara streets). — Pupils 
registered, 5.54 ; average attendance, 502 ; percent- 
age of attendance, .921 ; number to each teacher, 
50 210 ; monthlv tuition of each nupil, $1.61. 

Teachers. — Afrs. Lucy A. Morgan, Principal ; 
Miss S. H. Thayer, Miss Anna Gibbons, Miss Clilora 
Comstock, Miss M. A. Stincen, Mrs. R. F. Ingra 



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bam, Miss Hattie J. Estabrook, Miss T. J. Carter, 
Miss Julia B. Brown, Miss A. Beers, and Miss E. 
McKie, Assistants. 

South Cos.mopoi.ttan Primary School (loca- 
tion north side of Post between Dupout and Stock- 
ton streets). — Pupils rej^istered, 527 ; average at- 
tendance, 475 ; percentage of attendance, .930 ; 
number to each teacher, 52 8-10 ; monthly tuition 
of each pupil, $1.46. 

Teachers. — Miss Minna Graf, Principal ; Miss 
Grace Smith, Miss C. E. Campbell, Miss E. Siege- 
niann, Mrs. Helen E. Moulton, Miss Sarah Miller, 
Miss Adele Koehncke, Miss C. Pohlmann, Miss 
Amelia Joice, and Miss C. Dorsch, Assistants. 

Mason Street Cosmopolitak Primary School 
(location east side of Mason Street, between Post 
and Geary). — Pupils registered, 250; average at- 
tendance. 198.7 ; percentage of attendance, .923 ; 
number to each teacher, 49 7-10 ; monthly tuition 
of each pupil, $1.57. 

Teachers. — Mrs. P. C. Cook, Principal ; Miss V. 
Coulon, Mad. Marie Dupuy, and Miss S. E. Duff, 
Assistants. 

Geary Street Cosmopolitan Primary School 
(location south side of Geary Street between Jackson 
and Powell). — Pupils registered, 199 ; average at- 
tendance, 172.9 ; percentage of attendance, .939 ; 
number to each teacher, 54l) 10 ; monthly tuition of 
each pupil, $1.23. 

Teachers.— Mit-s M. E. D'Arcv, Principal ; L. 
Michaelsen and Miss Amelia Goldstein, Assistants. 

Powell Street Primary School (location west 
side of Powell Street between Jackson and Washing- 
ton). — Pupils registered, 517 ; average attendance, 
439 ; percentage of attendance, .928 ; number to 
each teacher, 54 9-10 ; monthly tuition of each pupil, 
$1.35. 

Teachers. — Miss Carrie V. Benjamin, Principal ; 
Miss L. W. Burvvell, Miss Sarah E. Thurton, Miss 
Eliza Dames, Miss Salome Knapp, Mrs. E. S. For- 
ester, Miss Mary E. Tucker, and Miss Margery 
Robertson, Assistants. 

Union Primary School (location northwest 
corner of Filbert and Kearny streets). — Pupils regis- 
tered, 472 ; average attendance, 364 ; percentage 
of attendance, .913 ; number to each teacher, 52 ; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $1.64. 

Teachers.— Mrs. A. Grittith, Principal ; Miss E. 
Overend, Miss L. Solomon, Miss A. Stincen, Miss 
H. Featberly, Miss E. O. Capprise, Miss Caroline 
Younger, and Miss Emma McEwen, Assistants. 

Mission Street Primary School (location 
south side of Mission Street bet Fifth and Sixth). — 
Pupils registered, 309 ; average attendance, 253.9 ; 
percentage of attendance, .932 ; number to each 
teacher, 50 4-5 ; monthly tuition of each pupil, $1.44. 

Teachers. — Miss Agnes M. Manning, Principal ; 
Miss M. A. Lawless, Miss M. A. H. Estabrook. Miss 
Annie J. Hall, and Miss Ellen Hodges, Assistants. 

Pine and Larkin Street Primary School 
(location southwest corner of Pine and Larkin 
streets). — Pupils registered, 571 ; average attend- 
ance, 465.2 ; percentage of attendance, .884 ; number 
to each teacher, 42 3-10 ; monthly tuition of each 
pupil. $1.74. 

Teachers. — Miss Hannah Cooke, Principal ; Miss 
A. B. Chalmers, Miss Kate Bonnell, Miss M. E. 
Savage, Miss Addie B. Sa\yj-er, Miss Frances M. 
Benjamin, Miss Mattie Ritchie, Mrs. J. H. Nevins, 
Miss D. Hyman, Miss L. A. Humphreys, Miss B. 
A. Kelly, and Miss Mary F. Metcalf, Assistants. 

Eighth Street Primary School (location 
east side Eighth Street between Harrison and Bry- 
ant). — Pupils registered, 608 ; average attendance, 



514 ; percentage of attendance, .931 ; number to 
each teacher, 51 2-5 ; monthly, tuition of each pupil, 
$1.55. 

Teachers. — Miss A. E. Slavan, Principal ; Miss S. 
E. Frissell, Miss M. A. Humphreys, Miss S. C. John- 
son, Miss Ellen Donovan, Miss K. E. Gorman, Miss 

E. F. Hassett, Miss M. A. Brady, Miss M. E. Per- 
kins, Miss A. A. Hazen, and MissM. A. Lloyd, As- 
sistants. 

Bryant Street Primary School (location 
north side of Bryant Street between Third and 
Fourth). — Pupils registered, 357 ; average attend- 
ance, 298.5 ; percentage of attendance, .932 ; num- 
ber to each teacher, 49 4-5 ; monthly tuition of each 
pupil, $1.37. 

Teachers. — Miss Jennie Smith, Principal ; Mrs. 
Therese M. Sullivan, Miss Clara G. Dolliver, Miss 
Julia Doran, Mrs. E. C. Marcus, Miss Ida E. Dick- 
ens, Assistants. 

Hayes Valley Primary School (location north 
side Grove Street between Larkin and Polk) — Pu- 
pils registered, 292 ; average attendance, 256.5 ; 
percentage of attendance, .924 ; number to each 
teacher, 51 3-10 : monthly tuition of each pupil, 
$1.43. 

Teachers.— M\ss P. M. Stowell, Principal ; Miss 

F. A. Stowell, Miss H. P. Burr, Miss K. A. O'Brien, 
and Miss Mary Williams, Assistants. 

Spring Valley Primary School (location south 
side Union Street between Franklin and Gough). — 
Pupils registered, 282 ; average attendance, 153.2 ; 
percentage of attendance, .885 ; number to each 
teacher, 38 3-10; monthly tuition of each pupil, 
$1.77. 

Teachers. — Miss J. M. A. Hurley, Principal ; 
Miss M. J. E. Kennedy, Miss Alice Gregg, and Miss 
Marian Slokum, Assistants. 

Drumm Street Primarj School (location north- 
east corner Sacramento and Drumm streets). — Pu- 
pils registered, 152 ; average attendance, 118.1 ; 
number to each teacher, 39 3-10 ; monthly tuition of 
each pupil, $1.88. 

Teachers. — Miss Annie M. Murphy, Principal ; 
Mrs. Helen V. Shipley and Miss Carrie A. Menges, 
Assistants. 

PoTRERO School (location southwest corner 
Kentucky and Napa streets). — Pupils registered, 
88 ; average attendance, 26.9 ; percentage of attend- 
ance, .918 ; number to each teaclier, 34 3-5 ; monthly 
tuition of each pupil, $1.91. 

Teachers. — Miss Annie S. Jewett, Principal ; Miss 
Sarah E. Anderson, Assistant. 

Pine Street School (location north side Pine 
street between Scott and Devisadero). — Pupils reg-, 
istered. 86 ; average attendance 65.6 ; percentage of 
attendance, .920 ; number to each teacher, 32 4-5 ; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $2.02. 

Teachers. — Mrs. L. A. Russell, Principal ; Mrs. 
Abbie P. Sprague, Assistant. 

Tyler Street School (location north side Ty- 
ler Street betw-een Scott and Pierce). — Pupils reg- 
istered, 146 ; average attendance, 103.3 ; percentage 
of attendance, .924 ; number to each teacher, 34 1-3 ; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $2.08. 

Teachers. — Miss Mai"y J. Bragg, Principal ; Miss 
Julia Grady and Mrs. Laveraa Allen, Assistants. 

West End School (location near Six-mile House) . 
— Pupils registered, 72 ; average attendance, 31.9 ; 
percentage of attendance, .766; monthly tuition of 
each pupil, $2.10. 

Teacher.— Mr. W. W. Holden, Principal. 

San Bruno Road School (location San Bruno 
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age attendance, 38 ; perceutafie of attendance, .883 ; 
monthly tuition of each pupil, $2.20. 

Teacher. — Miss Marion Sears, Principal. 

Ocean House School (location near Ocean 
House). — Pupils ref^i8tered,23 ; average attendance, 
18.8 ; percentage of attendance, .863 ; monthly tu- 
ition of each pupil, $4. J I. 

Teacher.— John Fox, Principal. 

Fairmgunt School (location, Fainnount Tract). 
— Pupils registered, G9; average attendance, 42.4; 
percentage of attendance, .857 ; monthly tuition of 
each pupil, $2.13. 

Teachers. — Albert Lyser, Principal ; Miss Lizzie 
H. Cope, Assistant. 

South San Francisco School (location South 
San Francisco, near Railroad Avenue). — Pupils reg- 
istered, 39 ; average attendance, 36.2 ; percentage of 
attendance, .924 ; monthly tuition of each pupil, 

Teacher.— Mvs. Ada E. Wright, Principal. 

Colored School (location northeast corner Tay- 
lor and Vallejo streets). — Pupils registered, 68 ; ave- 
rage attendance, 25.6 ; percentage of attendance, 
.865; monthly tuition of each pupil, $4.2C. 

7'eacher. — Mrs. Georgia Washburn, Principal. 

Chinese School (location north side Powell be- 
tween Jackson and Washington). — Pupils registered, 
.52 ; average attendance, 29.5 ; percentage of at- 
tendance, .654 ; monthly tuition of each pupil, $2.71. 

Teacher. — William M. Dye, Principal. 

special teachers. 
F. K. Mitchell, teacher of music ; W. D. Murphy, 
teaclier of music ; Hubert Burgess, teacher of draw- 
ing ; Paul A. Gavin, teacher of drawing. 
ScnEDULE OF Salaries foe the .School Year 1868-69. 



Schools, etc. 



BOYS' HIGH school. 

1 Principal 

3 Assistants, each 

Assistant 



GIRLS' HIGH school. 

1 'Principal 

2 Assistants, each 

" Assistants, each 

CITY TKAINIKG SCHOOL. 

Principal 

Assistants, each 

crammer schools. 
10 Grammar Masters, each. 

2 \ Principals, each 

«i Sub-masters, each 

l!(Jcneral Assistant 



IfllUead Assistants, each., 
11 j Assistants, teaching 2d 

Krade classes, each 

37 1 Assistants, each 

4 1 Prob. Teachers, each 



4 I'liiKiijals. each 

9 I'rinci))als, each 

1:!5 Assistants, each 

20 Pr<>li.Tea.,lst!,'r,ailc, each 
"■ Prob.Tea., '2d grade, each 



special teachers. 
Teachers of Music, eacli 
Teach, of Drawing, eacli 



Salary 

per 
Mouth 



$208 33 
1.50 00 
100 00 



208 33 
100 00 
95 00 



17.5 00 
12.5 OU 
125 00 
100 00 



75 00 
70 00 
55 00 



100 00 
90 00 
85 00 
75 00 



Salary 

per 
Annum. 



$2,500 00 
5,400 00 
1,200 00 



2,500 00 
2,400 00 
2,280 00 


1,200 00 
2,4a0 00 



21,000 00 
3,000 00 

12,000 00 
1,200 00 

10,000 00 

9,900 00 
31,0S0 00 
2,640 00 



9,600 (10 
1,080 00 
4,080 00 
8,100 00 
109.350 00 
13,200 00 
10,800 00 



$9,100 00 

7,180 00 
3,630 00 



1.50,210 00 
1,200 00 



School Census. 
Marshal's Report of the School Census Returns 
for the City and County of San Francisco for 
the School year ending June 30, 1869. 



No. Mongolian children 
under 15 years of age 

No. of deaf and dumb 
cliildren 



No. nf children between 6 
and 15 years of age who 
have not attended school 
at any time during the 
year • • 



No. of children between 6 
and 15 years of age who 
have attended private 
schools at any time dur- 
ing the year 



No. of children between 6 
and 15 years of age who 
have attended public 
school at any time during 
the year 



No. of white children be- 
tween 5 and 6 j'ears of age 



No. of children under 
years of ago 



^ 



Total No. of census child- 
dren between 5 and 15 
years of age 



No. of Indian children be- 
tween 5 and 15 years of 
age .■ 



No. of negro children be- 
tween 5 and 15 years of 
age 






^§^m"ES§3E§o 









5g2SSSSS2g 



S^oxS"g2gS§S 



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No. of white cliildren be- 
tween 5 and 15 years of 
age 



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Mr. Deuman closes with the following le- 
marka : 

While our public schools should be managed to 
elevate the people morally and intellectually, we 
should never forget, in training the mind and heart, 
that a good education does not "consist exclusively in 
knowledge, however accurate and extensive, of 
certain mathematical and scientific ttudies, which 
may be prescribed in the most complete course of 
study. There is a great variety of facts and in- 
formation, w^iicb the teacher must impart to the 
youth under his charge, in order to educate and pre- 
pare them to discharge the varied duties and re- 
sponsibilities of life. 

Every true educator will gather his great lessons 
of instruction from the passing events of the world 
around him. The progress of discovery and inven- 
tion, and the application of these great agencies to 
the advancement of civilization and the promotion 
of industrial resources of the country, should form 
an essential part of the education "of the young. 
Social and politiciil economy, and the general theory 
of our government, should be early taught to the 

Eupils of our schools. The boys in our city should 
e tuade familiar with the different trades and pro- 
fessions by which communities and individuals ac- 
quire wealth, or obtain a daily support. We 
snould not only teach that labor is honorable and 
necessary, but we should also instruct the youth of 
our land how to intelligently direct their labor to 
advance their own interests and prosperity, and to 
promote the general welfare of society. The 
school room should be a practical workshop, to 
mold and adjust the complex machinery of the 
youthful mind and character, for the varied cares 
and duties of life ; and no system of public instruc- 
tion will ever prove successful, and subserve the 
best interests of progress and humanity, which fails 
to impart these great lessons of wisdom and economy. 
These remarks are equally true of the instruc- 
tion of the young ladies of our country. There is a 
growing demand for a more practical education in 
our schools for girls, which should be more specially 
adapted to the requirements of future life. The 
great social questions which now agitate the coun- 
try, in regard to the rights and duties of woman, 
should command our interest and attention. Since 
her sphere of action is so different from that of man, 
I can see no good reason for adopting the same 
course of study for the girls and boys ; especially 
is this the case in regard to mathematics, which but 
few young ladies, except teachers, will ever be re- 
quired to use to any great extent in after life. As a 
mental discipline, other studies of far more prac- 
tical utility and pleasure, might be substituted ; 
such as moral philosophy, rhetoric, and foreign lan- 
guages. 

At present but little attention is paid to' educating 
our daughters for the important domestic duties of 
life. The great tendency of the age, in regard to fe- 
male education, is toward two extremes: — the 
one, the "unmeaning doll of fashion ; ' the other, 
the mental acquirements and self-reliance necessary 
for the forum or the professions ; both of which 
I should be avoided in our public schools, where the 
great object and high aim should be to lay the 
foundations of such a practical education as will pre- 
pare our girls to sustain and support themselves in 
adversity as well as in prosperity. We need such 
an education as will fit them to" adorn society, and 
at the same time make them independent of the ca- 
prices of fortune. As one means to this end, I de- 
sire to recommend the propriety of teaching plain 
and ornamental needlework in "our public schools. 
It is quite an important feature of female education 
in Eastern cities, and I can see no good reason why 
it should not receive a prominent place in the in- 
struction given in our guis' schools. In connection 



with modern improvements in this most appropriate 
and graceful department of female industry and 
skill, it cannot fail to be of great practical utility 
and worth. 

UNlVERSITr OF CALIFOKNIA. 

This institution, now in active operation in the 
City of Oakland, was organized by Act of the Leg- 
islature, approved March '2'id, l"8(i8. It embraces 
five distinct Colleges, viz : A College of Agricul- 
ture, of The Mechanic Arts, of Civil Engineering, 
of Mines, and of Letters. 

The management and control of the University 
are intrusted to a Board of Regents, composed of the 
following gentlemen : 

Regents of the University. — Ex officio: His Ex- 
cellency Henry H. Haight, Governor, and Presi- 
dent of the Board, His Honor William Holden, 
Lieutenant- Governor, Hon. C. T. Ryland, Speaker 
of the Assembly, Hon. and Rev. O. P. Fitzgerald, 
D.D., State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
Hon. Charles F. Reed, President of the State Agri- 
cultural Society, and A. S. Hallidie, Esq., President 
of the Mechanics' Institute of San Francisco. Ap- 
pointed : Hon. Samuel Merritt, M.D., Oakland, 
John T. Doyle, Esq., Menlo Park, Hon. Richard P. 
Hammond, San Francisco, Hon. John W. Dwindle, 
Oakland, Rev. Horatio Stebbins, San Francisco, 
Hon. Lawrence Archer, San Jos^, William Watt, 
Esq., Grass Valley, Hon. Samuel B. McKee, Oak- 
land. *Honorary: Louis Sachs, San Francisco, 
Hon. Edward Tompkins, Oakland, J. Mora Moss, 
Esq., Temescal, S. F. Butterworth, Esq., New AI- 
madeu Mine, Hon. John S. Hager, San Francisco, 
A. J. Bowie, M.D., San Francisco, William C. 
Ralston, Esq., San Francisco, John B. Felton, Esq., 
Oakland. 

Officers of the Board of Regents. — His Ex- 
cellency Henry H. Haight, President ; Andrew 
J. Moulder. Esq., Secretary ; William C. Ralston, 
Esq., Treasurer. Office, No. 414 California Street, 
San Francisco. 

The University was inaugurated on the twenty- 
third of September, 18(i9, in the buildings formerly 
occupied by the College of California, in the City 
of Oakland, under the charge of the following : 

Faculty and Officers. — John LeCoute, M.D., 
Acting President and Professor of Physics and In- 
dustrial Mechanics ; Robert A. Fisbe"r, A.M., Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry, Mining, and Metallurgy ; Jo- 
seph LeConte, M.D., Professor of Geology, Natu- 
ral History, and Botany ; Martin Kellogg, A.M., 
Professor of Ancient Lauduages ; W. T. Welcker, 
Professor of Mathematics ; Paul Pioda, Professor of 
Modern Languages ; Ezra S. Carr, M.D., Professor 
of Agriculture, Agricultural Chemistry, and Horti- 
culture ; William Swinton, A.M.," Professor of 
English Language and Literature, including Rhet- 
oric and Logic; Robert E. Ogilby, Instructor of 
Drawing; Frank Soule, Jr., Assistant Professor 
of Mathematics. 

The session opened with about fifty students, dis- 
tributed into four classes, and attached to the va- 
rious colleges. 

The whole course of instruction in each of the 
colleges, occupies four years. In each year there 
are three terms, ending, "respectively, on 'the twen- 
ty second of December, the sixth of April, and 
twentieth of July, the last date being Commence- 
ment Day. 

Method of Instriiction.—ln all the different col- 
leges, the method of instruction is by means of lec- 
tures and the study of text books, accompanied in 
either case by rigid daily examinations. 



* The term "Honnrari*" applied to these Regents, indicates 
only the mode of their election, which is made by the ex 
officio and Appointed Kcgeuts. Every Regent, however 
appointed, is a voting, legislative, and executive member 
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Optional Courses. — Besides the students pursuing 
the regular courses, any resident of California, of 
approved moral character, baa the right to enter 
himself in the University as a student at large, and 
receive tuition in any branch or branches of instruc- 
tion ai the time when the same are given in the reg- 
ular course. 

Expenses. — An admission fee of $i!Ois paid on the 
entrance of the student. The total expenses for 
tuition are $60 per annum. There are no dormitories 
and no commons connected with the University. 
Students can obtain board and lodging at reasonable 
rates in private families in the City of Oakland. By 
forming clubs they can much reduce the price of 
boiird.^ 

Equipment — The University will be superbly 
equipped with apparatus of all kinds, of the most 
improved pattern. It has been selected with great 
care, and at a large expense, in the Atlantic States 
and Europe by Prof. Fisher. It is now on the way 
to California, and when it arrives the study of every 
branch of study, capable of illustration, will be 
aided by instruments and appliances of the most ap- 
proved "workmanship and latest device. 

T/ie Site. — The University owns a beautiful tract 
of two hundred acres at Berkeley, situated four and 
a half miles north of Oakland. " On this site ar 
rangements have been made to put up permanent and 
spacious buildings, capable of accomodating five 
hundred students, and provided with all the luodern 
couveniences which experience can suggest. The 
whole cost is estimated at $-250,000. The new build- 
ings are expected to be ready for occupation by the 
summer of 1871, after which' the University will be 
permanently located at Berkeley. 

ST.\TE NORMAL SCHOOI.. 

The Act of the Legislature March 24th, 1866, ap- 
propriates the sum of sixteen thousand dollars bi- 
ennially for the support of the State Normal School, 
located on Market Street, near Fifth, in this city, 
Its management is instrusted to a Board of Trustees, 
consisting of the members of the State Board of 
Education " who are empowered to continue said 
school for the purpose of furnishing free instruction 
to such persons residing in this State, as may desire 
to prepare themselves for the profession of leach- 
ing." 

Pupils are admitted from the several counties of 
the State, in pi-oportiou to the representation of each 
in the Legislature. Average number, one hundred 
and tweuty-tive. 

Board of Instructio7i.—Re-v. William T. Lncky, 
A.M., Principal; H. P. Carlton, A.M., Vice Princi- 
pal ; Miss E. A. Bronghton, Mrs. D. Clark, Miss 
Ryder, and Miss Matilda Lewis, Assistants. 

Private Educational Institutions. 

The total number of colleges and private schools 
in this city is seventj-two, of which fourteen are 
under the control of the Catholic denomination. 
Many of these institutions are in a very flourishing 
condition, and the private schools will compare 
favorably with the public schools for thoroughness 
of instruction and excellence of discipline. 

From the report of the School Census for 1869, it 
will be seen that the number of children between 
six and fifteen years of age that attended private 
schools for the year ending June 30th, 1869, was 
five thousand six hundred and ten ; for the year 
previous, four thousand and eight ; an increase of 
one thousand six hundred and two. The number 
attending public schools for the same period, thirteen 



I thousand six hundred and thirty-four ; an increase 
for the year ending June 30, 1869, of ten.* 

In addition to the attendance of the private schools, 
there are about seven hundred and fifty children 
under six years of age at the different infant schools, 
and about eight hundred attending the higher private 
schools and colleges, the whole aggregating seven 
thousand one hundred and sixty, an increase daring 
the past year of two thousand one hundred and 
sixty. 

CITY COLLEGE. 

The City College was established in 1859, by the 
Rev. Geo" Burrowes, D.D., in the basement of the 
old Calvary Church on Bush Street, from which it 
was removed to its present site, on the southeast 
comer of Stockton and Geary streets, in 1861. It 
was incorporated under the name of University Col- 
lege, in 1863, the valuable property previously ac- 
quired being then placed in the haiids of a Board of 
eighteen Trustees, among whom may be specially 
named, the Hon. Thomas H. Selby, Mayor of San 
Francisco, Gov. H. H. Haight, Ex-maVor H. P. 
Coon, and Jas. B. Roberts. Esq. Pursuing a liberal 
and enlightened policy, the Trustees have not only 
provided ample gi-ounds and buildings, admirably 
situated in the most accessible part of the city, and 
furnished with chemical and philosophical apparatus, 
but also secured extensive and valuable grounds for 
University purposes, situated in the suburbs of the 
city and known as the University Mound, on which 
they have errected and furnished a beautiful college 
edifice, in the French Gothic style, now ready for 
the reception of students. 

The city department, popularly known as the City 
College, tas already completed the tenth year of its 
existence. During"the first six years of its history, 
it grew, under the presidency of the Rev. Dr. Bur- 
rowes, from small beginnings to the proportion of a 
college, with a number of students nearly ready for 
graduation, some of whom have since received the 
degree of Bachelor of Arts. Since the resignation 
of Dr. Burrowes in 1865, on account of the tempo- 
rary failure of his health, the college has been un- 
der the direction of the Rev. P. V. Veeder, A.M., 
formerly tutor in Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 
A Chemical Laboratory has also beeu erected, front- 
ing on Stockton Street, and placed under the care 
of'Prof. Thomas Price, M D., in which the best 
facilities are alforded for obtaining a thorougb prac- 
tical knowledge of chemistry in all its applications 
to Assaying, Mining, Pharmacy, and the Manufac- 
turing Arts. 

The main college building is forty feet wide by 
one hundred and thirty feet long, and contains five 
large and well-lighted and ventilated halls for study, 
capable of accommodating two hundred students ; a 
philosophical hall for lectures and experiments ; 
Kiepert's mural maps of ancient geography, and a 
neat observatory risnig from the roof for the teles- 
cope. A corps of able professors and teachers con- 
duct the iustructions. The Classical Depiirtmeut is 
under the care of the Rev. Thoma." Kirkland, a 
graduate of the University of Edinburgh. Instruc- 
tion is given in Mathematics, by Prof. T. A. Robin- 
son ; in English Studies and Military Drill, by Prof. 
J. K. P. Wilson ; in Physics and Modern Lan- 
guages, by Prof. G. C. Arnold, of the University of 
Erlangen, and in French and I)rawing, by Prof. E. 
A. Pesoli, of the University of Paris. The Prepar- 
atory and Primary departments are amply pro- 
vided with able and faithful teachers, and are well 
attended. 



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In the rear of the college buildings is a spacious 
plavgronnd provided with gynniaetic apparatus, and 
sheds for shelter from rain. ' Here Militarv Instruc- 
tions is regularly given, and attention paid to the 
physical culture of the pupils. In the new building 
on'University Mound, a school will be opened early 
in January, 1870. under the name of the University 
Mound Institute and Boarding School, by 
the Rev. Geo. Burrowes, D.D., assisted by a corps 
of able instructors — young men and boys will here 
be furnislied with the best instruction in a select 
and comfortable home, under the personal care of 
the Principal. — (See advertisement, page liii.) 

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 dav of October, 1855, and was incorpora- 
ted under the law of the State on the thirtieth of 
April, 1859, and empowered to confer the usual de- 
grees and academical honors. Since its commence- 
ment, this institution has been attended with the 
highest degreeof prosperity and success. The course 
of instruction pursued is thorough, and comprises a 
complete classical, mathematical, and philosopical 
course of training, calculated to prepare the pupil 
for entering upon the study of any of the professions, 
or commencing any business vocation. The college 
is provided with an extensive laboratory, comprising 
all the necessary appliances tor the assaying of 
metals and making chemical analyses, which is an 
important feature not generally found in institutions 
of this character. 

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 iu the beautiful valley of Santa 
Clara, so celebrated for the mildness and salubrity of 
its climate, and is about three miles distant from 
San Jos6 and quite close to the San Jose and Sau 
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 accademical honors, 
and to exercise all the rights and privileges common 
to any other literary institution iu the United States. 
It has a full staff of professors, and presents advan- 
tages for the mental, physical, and moral training of 
the students unsurpassed in California. It possesses 
a complete philosophical apparatus, purposely made 
iu 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 beiug made every year 
to keep pace with the progress of science. 

The chemical laboratory is provided with a full 
assortment of chemicals, a very good set of furnaces, 
and all that is necessary for the different kinds of 
chemical analyses. The museum of natural history 
comprises a collection of mineralogy of more than 
one thousand five hundred specimens ; also three 
thousand specimeus 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 photography in all its different 
branches. Practical lessons are given also on the 
electric telegraph. The college library numbers 
about twenty-five hundred volumes. — (See adver- 
tisement page Iv.) 

ST. mart's COLLEGE. 

This institution is situated near the country road to 
San Jos6, at a distance of four miles and a lialf from 
this city. The college building covers a space of 



two hundred and eighty feet front by a depth of 
fifty feet, which, in the center, is in'creasea to a 
depth of seventy feet; one hundred and ten feet of 
the building will be three stories, and the remain- 
ing portion four stories high. Every facility is af 
forded for acquiring a thorough education. Con- 
ducted by the Christian Brothers. B. Justin, Pres- 
ident. 

TOLAND MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

The annnal course of lectures at this institution 
commences on the first Monday of June, and con- 
tinues four months. The college building is commo- 
dious, well located, and in every other respect 
admirably adapted for the purposes to which it is 
dedicated. 

During the regular term the students will have an 
opportunity of visitiug the various hospitals of the 
city, under eircnmstances which will enable them 
to observe medical and surgical treatment, to listen 
to clinical teaching, and make records of the pro- 
gressive development of diseases, with the results of 
medicine and hygiene. 

The faculty desire to call attention to the follow- 
ing local advantages: 1st. There is no climate, per- 
haps, in the world which has a more invigorating 
effect upon persons coming from the interior of our 
States and Territories, thereby qualifying the vota- 
ries of study with essential health and inspiration. 
2d. No city of the same population has more ample 
hospital facilities, or greater opportunities for organ- 
izing and maintaining the very best elements of 
clinical teaching. Sd" The singular characteristics 
of our climate are such that every branch of medical 
study can be prosecuted during tiie entire year. In 
winter or summer, dis.sections can be made without 
detriment to the health of the student. 

H. H. Toland, M.D., President, Professor of 
Principles and Practice of Surgery ; James Blake, 
M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of 
I Women and Children ; L. C. Lane, M.D.. Professor 
of Anatomy ; Campbell Shorb, M.D., Professor of 
Physiolotry ; J. F. Morse. M.D., Professor of Clin- 
ical Medicine and Diagnosis ; Thomas Bennett, 
M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Medi- 
cine ; Henry Gibbons, M.D., Professor of Materia 
Medica ; Thomas Price, M.D., Professor of Chem- 
istry ; Thomas Bennett, M.D., Dean of Faculty. 

CALIFORNIA BUSINESS UNIVERSITT. 

This school is different in its nature and plan of 
operation from any other mentioned. It is de- 
signed, as its name'indicates, to impart instruction 
I upon business matters, and is intended to supply 
the same facilities to those desiring to enter the 
mercantile profession as the medical college to the 
student of medicine. It is conducted upon what are 
termed "actual business principles," each student 
becoming for the time being, an actual bookkeeper, 
merchant, or banker, and performing all duties per- 
taining to those offices. This system gives a prac- 
tical knowledge of the various' branches taught, by 
means of which students are enabled to pass directly 
from the school-room to the counting room. This 
institution was established by Mr. E. P. Heald, who 
first introduced this system upon this coast six years 
since. It is one of the Bryant and Stratton chain of 
schools. This chain comprises over fifty universities 
of business, extending throughout the leading cities 
of the United States and Canada. Scholarships are 
issued by this school which constitute their holders 
life members of the whole chain. There is an ex- 
tensive telegraphic department connected with the 
University which offers excellent facilities to those 
who wish to become operators. A long line has been 
constructed for the special use of pupils, which runs 
over the city. There are thirteen different telegraph 
offices upon the line, and it connects the City Hall, 
Fire Alarm Office, Woodward's Gardens, etc., with 
the University. This school is located at the comer 



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of Bush and Montgomery streets. Its yearly attend- 
ance numbers al>oiU five hundred students, among 
wliom are renresentatives from every county in this 
State, as welt as nianv from Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, 
Montana, Mexico and tlie Sandwich Islands. 

Sabbath Schools. 

The schools connected with the different churches 
exhibit an unnsual degree of prosperity. The ag- 
gregate enrollment is nearly eighteen thousand, -with 
an average attendance of ten thousand eight hun- 
dred. Of this number about one-third are attached 
to the Catholic Church. Number of schools, seventy- 
six. 

Keligioua and Benevolent Societies. 

Tlie people of California, and of San Francisco in 
particular, have ever been distinguished for a free 
and bounteous liberality — responding with an open- 
handed fullness to almost every appeal made to their 
sympathy or benevolence. Noue have ever given 
so munlKceiitly or with so little hesitation as they. 
Indifferent to the £clai that is apt elsewhere to 
prompt to good deeds, and often with scarce suffi- 
cient regard to the merits of the recipient, they 
bestowed their charities at first with a spontaneous 
and careless freedom not often practiced in older 
and more cautious communities. Having been for 
yeare without any organization to serve as the 
almoner of this princely and impulsive generosity, 
whereby it was frequently perverted and almost 
always shorn of half its etficiency, our citizens be- 
gan to form associations and societies for rendering 
it more potent for good ; the number of these insti- 
tutions now in existense in San Francisco being 
larger, perhaps, in proportion to her population, 
than in any other city in the world ; the most of 
them being liberally supported by popular conti-ibu- 
tions, aided iu some instances by Municipal or State 
appropriations ; a few also having, in part, perma- 
nent endowments to depend upon. In their charac- 
ter and aims, these institutions are both protective, 
educational, and eleemosynary ; some being subject 
to a purely secular, while others are governed by an 
administration partly or wholy religious. It is but 
just to observe, however, that the latter are apt 
to be controlled by a broad and catholic spirit, the 
usual asperities of sectarianism being here toned down 
and softened by the cosmopolitan character of our 
population. Almost every leading nationality and 
order has in this city its hospital or asylum ; many 
of the religious sects also having their own schools, 
cemeteries, and benevolent societies. 

Foremost among the great philanthropies of San 
Francisco being untrammeled by considerations of 
creed, color, or nativity, stands the Ladies' Protec- 
tion and Relief Society, one of the eai'liest founded, 
and most efficient of all her public charities. The 
Held of its labors is broad and diversified ; its aid 
being extended to all worthy applicants, due care 
being taken to discriminate between the meritorious 
and the undeserving. The patrons and managers of 
this society belonging to a class naturally of warm 



and active sympathies are apt to seek out smd assist 
many, who though really needy, are restrained by a 
sense of delicacy from applying to others for gra- 
tuitous aid, but who, for this very reason most re- 
quire it. In the cantious and economical application 
of its means, its prudent management and truly 
catholic spirit, the patrons of this institution have 
ample guaranties that their bounty will be wisely 
and effectively distributed. In the San Francisco 
Benevolent Association, the Young Men's Christian 
Association and the Ladies' Seaman's Friend Socie- 
ty, the charitable of all nationalities and sects can 
also find safe and capable almoners for disposing of 
all contributions committed to their charge. 

The British Benevolent Society and the German 
General Benevolent Society, the French Benevolent 
Society, each till a wide field of usefulness in its 
appropriate sphere, their operations being confined 
to the natives of the countries they severally rep- 
resent. 

The Scotch, Welsh, and Irish, as subdivisions of 
British subjects, have each their society for the pro- 
tection and relief of the sick and indigent of their 
own race ; the Russians, Scandinavians, French, 
Italians, Portuguese, Slavonians, Swiss, Mexicans, 
Colored People, and the Chinese, al.so having each a 
society or association dedicated to the performance 
of similar offices ; the whole in connection with the 
various other benevolent and protective institutions 
of the city, such as the several Oiphan Asylums, 
Woman's Hospitals, Magdalen Asylum, Lying-In 
and Foundling Hospital, Prison Association, Society 
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, etc., con- 
stituting a far-reaching and efficient system of char- 
ities highly creditable to the enterprise and human- 
ity of its inhabitants. 

The following annual appropriations to the Benev- 
olent Societies of this city were made by the Legis- 
lature of this State at its session 18i37-8 : Orphan 
Asylum, (Protestant) $9,000; Orphan Asylum, 
(Catholic) $7,000 ; Foundling Home, (Catholic) 
$->,-J50 ; Ladies' Protection and Relief Society, $9,500; 
Magdalen Asylum, (Catholic) $2,000 ; Prison Com- 
mission, $1,000. 

For complete list of the various societies, Reli- 
gious, Benevolent, etc., see page 824. 

YOUNG ME.n's christian ASSOCIATION. 

This association, founded in 1853, has for its object 
the moral, mental, and social improvement of young 
men. It has, at its elegant building on Suiter Street, 
a fine reading room, library, gynmasiuui, lecture 
room, etc. It is also the design of the association to 
provide, so far as possible, employment, a place of 
social comfort and resort, and a local point of pleas- 
ant attraction for young men arriving here without 
other acquaiiiLaiice than those made here. The li- 
brary contains about three thousand volumes of well- 
selected and valuable works, embracing all Ijrauches 
of literature ; and the reading room is s»p()lied with 
the best newspapers and leading periodicals of the 
country. 

The regular meetings of the association are held 
on the third Monday evening of each month, when 
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not a pressure of business, literary exercises, debates, 
etc., are held. 

The building of the association is on the north 
side of Sutter, between Kearny and Dupont streets ; 
is built of brick, with a massive and ornate stone 
front ; and is one hundred and twenty feet deep by 
lifty-four and a half feet wide. The basement and 
ground floors are occupied by stores, the second floor 
by the library, reading room, ladies' rooms, chess 
room, ante-rooms, and a hall for lectures, etc., 
■which has a capacity for seating seven hundred and 
fifty persons. Beneath tbe lecture room is a gymna- 
fciuru ; and iu the third story are cominittee rooms, 
ball for meetings of the association, and apartments 
for offices, etc., for rent. The edifice is well ar- 
ranged with every convenience for comfort and for 
the purposes for which it was designed. 

SA.V FRASCISCO BE.VEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

Of all the benevolent institutions established in 
our 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 four years old — fill- 
ing up. as it has done, a most important hiatus in 
the benevolent institutions of the day — this associa- 
tion 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, and its aid most essentially needed. 
While our city and State were eliciting the' admira- 
tion of the entire Union for the liberality of their 
largesses to the various funds for the relief of the 
sic& and wounded soldiers, there was, here at home, 
in our very midst, a large amount of suffering which 
was unrelieved and unprovided for. 

The number of persons assisted since its organiza- 
tion is as follows : From April, 1865 to April, 1866, 
seven thousand six hundred and thirty-two; April, 
1866, to April, 1867, seven thousand" four hundred 
and five ; April, 1867, to April, 1868, six thousand 
seven hundred and eighty -two ; April, 1868, to 
April, 1869, seven thousand one hundred aud forty- 
eight persons — making a total of twenty-eight thous- 
and nine hundred and sixty-seven, at a cost of 
f 119,308.85, an average of four dollars to each 
person. 

The particular business and objects of the Associa- 
tion are the elevation of the physical and moral 
condition of the indigent ; and so far as is compati- 
ble with these objects and the means at control, the 
relief of their immediate necessities. 

Officers. — Robert B. Swain, President; J. W. 
Stow, Treasurer ; I. S. Allen, Secretary. The 
rooms of the association are at the corner of Cali- 
fornia and Webb streets. 

CALIFORNIA PRISON ASSOCIATION. 

This truly philanthropic association was organized 
in November, 1865. Its objects are tbe amelioration 
of the condition of the prisoners either detained for 
trial or convicted. It is the duty of the agent to 
\'isit the prisons daily, before the Police Court opens, 
to assist the destitute and, by judicious counsel, to 
lighten the burden which crime has brought upon 
the prisoner ; and when the time of release has ar- 
rived, to endeavor to find him employment, or 
otherwise provide for him. Mr. James Woodworth 
is the Secretary and Agent. 

CALIFORNIA LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE. 

This institution, designed to furnish labor for all 
applicants, irrespective of sex or nationality, was 
organized in the early part of April. 1867. No fees 
are exacted from those to whom employment is fur- 
nished, the expenses of the Exchange being de- 
frayed by the subscriptions of its members and the 
contributions of the public. From the commence- 
ment of operations, April 27, 1868, until the end of 



November, 1869, employment had been supplied to 
twenty-one thonsand nine hundred and forty-seven 
persons, five thousand five hundred and fifty-one 
of wh.om were females. The applicants were 
made up of all nationalities and callings, the 
greater portion consisting of farm laborers and 
mechanics, though situations were secured for 
persons of every vocation, where practicable. 
The most of the applicants consisted of recent 
arrivals, more than one-half having come into the 
country since the first of January last. The cun-ent 
expenses of the Exchange have thus far averaged 
about $760 per month. The revenues of the institu- 
tion are derived from dues of members, amounting 
to §1.00 each per month, and such donations as may 
be obtained from other sources. The office and 
headquarters of the Exchange are at 319 Battery 
Street, where the very efficient Secretary of the es- 
tablishment. John White, and his assistants, A. Lee- 
haudelaar and iLrs. A. L. P. Bidleman, will be found 
in attendance. 

THE CALIFORNIA IMMIGRANT UNION. 

The California Immigrant Union was founded in 
Oct., 1869, for the purpose of promoting immigration 
to this State. The immediate cause of the esfablish- 
ment of this society at this time was the attempt of 
Mr. W. H. Martin, of Baltimore, to form in this city a 
branch of the International Union, of which he was 
General Agent. The committee of merchants and 
others to whom the subject was referred, at a meeting j 
of the Chamber of Commerce, reported in favor of a 
distinct organization for California. The first idea 
of the Trustees was, that sufficient revenue could be 
obtained from our larsre landholders, in the form 
of voluntary contributions and commissiou for ser- 
vices rendered, to support the institution. Before 
the Immigrant Union was organized, Mr. A. D. Bell 
had planned out another scheme of immigration, 
the chief features of which were, that the work 
was to be undertaken by a State Board, appointed 
by the Governor, or by the Goveiuor and Chamber 
of Commerce jointly, and supported eutirely by I 
State funds. Mr. Bell devoted himself to the work 
so euergetically, that in three or four weeks he had 
all the press of the State discussing immigration, 
State aid, assisted passages, and kindred subjects. 
Meantime, the California Immigrant Union was 
making little progress with the public, whose 
thoughts were chiefly directed to the necessity of a 
State Board, and who viewed its relations' with 

I landholders with suspicion. At this juncture Mr. 

' Bell was invited to join the Union, and at once 
commenced the work of popularizing and reforming 
that society by rescinding its obnoxious by-laws, and 
assimilating its other features to his own plan, until 
there is little left of the original scheme of its pro- 
moters. 

The Union is now directing all its influence to ob- 
tain the passage of a biU through the Legislature 
constituting a State Board of three Commissioners, 
two to be nominated for appointment by the Califor- 
nia Immigrant Union, and one by the State Board of \ 

' Agriculture. The bill provides for the establish- ; 
ment of a very comprehensive immigration system, 

I embracing cliief agencies in Europe and Great 

I Britain, sub-agents in the lesser European countries, \ 
agents at the chief ports of embarkation and arrival, | 
the publication of upwards of two million pamphlets, 
in several European languages, and the division of 
California into ten districts, each to be placed under 
the charge of a local agent, whose duty it will be to 
give personal aid to immigrants in selecting Govern- 
ment lands, etc. The bill asks for an appropriation 
from the General Fund of S,85,000, and also 
$•200,000 for the special nui-pose of giving premiums 
at the rate of about $100 a family, to two thousand 
farmers with families, and each with a net capital 
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fornia as their future home in preference to States 
nearer their present habitations. The project is an ex- 
periment, but there is every reaeon to believe that if 
It can be carried out under prudent and lionest man- 
agement, it will amply repay the State for its outlay, 
and give a great impetus to the work of developing 
the resources of Ciilifoniia and the Pacific Coast 
generally. The officers of the California Immigrant 
Union are. C. T. Hopkins, President pro tern.; A. 
D. Hell, First Vice-President ; W. H. Martin, Gen- 
eral Manager ; C. W. Grant, Secretary. The tem- 
porary offices of the Union are at 315 Califoinia 
Street, San Francisco. 

Masonic, Odd Fellows, and Ked Men's Orders. 

Among the most prominent of our public institu- 
tions are these benevolent orders. There is, probably, 
no city in the Union where these associations are in 
a more flourishing condition than in San Francisco. 
Each of these orders owns a handsome property — 
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 association 
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. The library of this institution is one 
of the best in the city, abounding in rare works, re- 
lating especially to the history of our State. 

The Improved Order of Red Men have erected 
recently a commodious hall on Bush Street, near 
Dupont, for the accommodation of the difierent 
lodges in the city. 

During the year several lodges of the Knights of 
Pythias have been organized, of which seven are 
in operation in this city. 

The Order of Druids have increased their sphere 
of usefulness, and several new groves have been 
organized during the past year. 

For list of the different associations, and the offi- 
cers of each, see Appendix, pages 825, 830, 834, Sai 
and 837. 

Hospitals. 

In 60 far as numbers and size are concerned, the 
hospitals of San Francisco will compare favorably 
with other cities of its extent and population. Pri- 
vate institutions abound. The Germans and French 
have for years liad fine hospital buildings, the one 
belonging to the latter having had a story added to 
it a year ago. The Sisters of Mercy own a large 
structure on Eincon Hill, and the Italians have just 
completed a commodious hospital four miles from 
the business part of the city. The special pur- 
pose of these hospitals is to provide for the ne- 
cessities of certain classes of our population, 
but all who desire to avail themselves of their 
advantages are admitted. The buildings are not 
only commodious but are well adapted for the pur- 
poses designed. It is to be regretted that the same 
remark cannot be made of the one belonging to the 
city. We are the more ready to make this admission 



] in consideration of the fact that steps have alrea<ly 
been taken which will eventually give us a City and 

I County Hospital that will be a credit, if not an or- 
nament, to our city. One of the buildings in present 
use was constructed for a school house and convert- 
ed into a hospital in 1857. Since then a large 
wooden building — little more than a barn — has been 
put up on a part of the same lot. As the city grew 
and the number of " indigent sick " increased, vari- 

I ous means Were adopted to supply immediate neces- 

I sities. In 1867 a large Almshouse was commenced 
near Lake Honda, which has already cost §120,000. 

j The removal of the superannuated and permanently 

I disabled to this place, from the City and County Hos- 
pital, where they had been accumulating for years, 
relieved the latter of a serious inconvenience and 
increased its capacity for those actually sick ; never- 
theless the city greatly needs the new hospital in 
contemplation, for which $250,000 has been appro- 

! priated. The lot upon which it is to be erected ad- 
joins the Potrero Small-pox Hospital property and 

1 is eight hundred and sixty-six by four hundred, and 
eighty feet. The building will be three stories and 
an attic high, and is to measure four hundred and 
forty-five feet front, including two front wings. It 
is to have two rear wings each one hundred and 
twenty feet long, and is so arranged that other wings 
may be added at any time, if required. 
The United States Marine Hospital, at Rincon 

j Point, is the largest structure of the kind on the 
Pacific Coast, and is capable of accommodating 
about eight hundred patients, though it rarely has 
over one hundred inmates. When built, in 18.53, it 
was far out of town, but now the city has so ex- 
tended around it as to render its site exceedingly 

: desirable for commercial purposes. Extensive grad- 
ing of the surrounding property has left the build- 
ing upon a high embankment, and somewhat im- 

j paired its foundation, though it is believed that any 

j further injury to the building may be prevented by 
proper care. The hospital has been vacant for 
several months, the authorities considering it unsafe 
after the earthquake of 1868. 

Besides those enumerated, there are several small- 
er institutions, which have been established within 
a few years through the munificence of our citi- 
zens, viz : the State Woman's Hospital, the San 
Francisco Woman's Hospital, the Foundling and 
Lying-in Asylum, etc., etc. 

As a rough estimate, it may be stated that onr city 
hospitals, public and private, can accommodate from 
one thousand eight hundred to two thousand patients, 
and that the average number which they actually 
contain does not vary much from one thousand. 

Sa.v Fkakcisco LviSG-i.s a.sd Foundling Hos- 
pital (269 Jessie Street).— This noble institution, 
j so little understood, is quietly but surely perform- 
j ing a mission of charity and love. It was instituted 
i about two vears ago, but it is onlv lately that it has 
come into effective operation. This institution is of 
j a peculiar character. It not only relieves the patient 
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from miseiy by the dread of future exposure. Here 
the too foudly-loving but erring victim can redeem 
the past by her future good conduct — for not even 
her nearest relatives know of her frailty if she so 
wishes it. Her offspring is also cared for, and 
healtliy children are often adopted by childless pa- 
rents." But to gain the benefits of this House of 
Mercy, the recipient must promise a future life of 
virtue. The hospital also aifords a convenience for 
married ladies from the country, who wish for bet- 
ter attendance than they can expect in the smaller 
towns. Here they have more comfort and greater 
privacy than in a hotel, and, at the same time, they 
can employ any physician they wish. The hospital 
can accommodate sixteen patients iu separate rooms. 
There is also an accouchment chamber, with all the 
modern appliances known to science for the comfort 
of the piitieut and the alleviation of suffering. There 
are also a reception parlor, sleeuing - rooms for 
nurses, etc., offices, and kitchen — all well ventilated 
and very clean. The institution is supported by 
voluntary contribution, and the fees paid by married 
ladies who prefer this establishment. The consult- 
ing physicians are Drs. Bennet, Gibbons, Lane, 
Cole, Holland, Toland, and Dupuytren ; attending 
physician and surgeon, Dr. B. F. Hardy. 

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 Mount Aburn 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 nu- 
merous others, are examples of taste iu the selec- 
tion of the location and beauty of adorning and 
aiTangement. In all modem places selected for the 
repose of the departed, good taste has retained the 
primitive forest trees — the monarch of the groves 
themselves being fitting monuments " not made 
with hands." In point of beauty of locality, our 
own Laurel Hill and Calvary cemeteries, situated 
as they are in full view of that grandest of all 
monuments — the mighty ocean — are nowhere sur- 
passed. There is a fitness and sublimity in their 
contiguity to the waves of the Pacific and the en- 
trance 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 affec- 
tion and regard, many may be found in the city 
cemeteries which are alike models of artistic ele- 
gance and pure and refined taste. 

There are eight cemeteries in this city. The Mis- 
sion Burial Ground, (no longer used as a place of 
interment) established in 177ti; Laurel Hill (late 
Lone Mountain) in 1854 ; Calvary in 1860 ; Masonic 
iu 1861; Odd Fellows in 1865; Nevai Shalome in 



1865 ; Gibbolh Olom in 1865 ; and the San Francisco 
Cemetery Association established in 1867. The lat- 
ter is a new organization, which has purchased an 
extensive tract of land — a portion of the San Miguel 
Rancho — situated south of Lake Honda, and will 
soon have it ready for cemeteiy purposes. 

Associations— Protective, Literary, Etc. 

For a description of the different associations, the 
reader is referred to the Appendix, page 839, in 
which will he found the officers and operations of 
each during the past year. The progress made by 
many of these associations reflects credit ujion the 
members thereof, and is worthy of the liberality so 
generously exhibited in their support. 

Fire Department. 

The new paid Fire Department has been in opera- 
tion since December 3d, 1867, and has fully met the 
expectations of those under whose direction its man- 
agement is placed. On page 754 of this volume will 
be found the law organizing the Department ; and 
on page 806 is a description in detail, in which will 
be found a mass of information concerning the dif- 
ferent companies, useful to its members and inter- 
esting to every citizen. 

Mechanics' State Council of California. 

The establishment of the eight-hour system in the 
City of San Francisco is an important event, and 
the following brief outline of its organization will 
be both valuable and interesting : 

Prior to the third of June, 1867, a number of trade 
associations had been organized, and their members 
working but eight hours per day; and on that day 
the feeling in its favor culminated in a grand pro- 
cession, started by the house carpenters who had 
organized a League, on the twenty-eighth day of 
January, 1867. 

Officers and Delegates. — A. M. Winn, President ; 
S. A. Grubb, First Vice President ; J. C. Parks, 
Second Vice Pi-esident; James H. Love, Recording 
Secretary ; W. D.Delany, Corresponding Secretary ; 
A. M. Grey, Treasurer; James Stitt, Sergeant-at- 
Arms. 

Trustees of Mechanics' Eight-Hour Exchange. — 
A. M. Winn, President; A. M. Grey, Secretary ; J. 
P. Hoctor, W. D. Delauy, and Samuel Smith. 

DELEGATES IN COUNCIL. 

Ship Calkers' Association. — Organized 1857, and 
commenced working ei^ht hours, December 5th, 
1865. L. Comyns, W. H. Cardinell, and Charles 
McMillen. 

Journeymen Ship Wrights' Association. — Organ- 
ized April 23d, 1857. Commenced working eight 
hours, December 18th, 1865. James H. Love, W. 
D. Delany, and J. P. Ferguson. 

Journeymen Ship and Steamboat Joiners' Asso- 
ciation. — Organized March 2l8t, 1857. Commenced 
working eight hours, January 12th, 1866, and incor- 
porated March 5th, 1867. C. R. Pike, B. C. North- 
rup, and George W. Miller. 

Ship Painters' Protective Uriion. —Organized 
July 11th, 1865. Commenced worKiug eight hours, 
March 1st. 1866. A. M. Grey, George Andrews, 
and John P. Ward. 



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Plasterers' Protective Axuocintion. — Orjjranized 
November 5th, IStU. Commenced workiiifj eij{ht 
hours, August 6th, 1866. Alexander G. Murray, 
James Pluukett, and Edward Finuegan. 

Bricklayers' Protective Association. — Organized 
October 5th, 1863. Commenced working eitiht hours, 
February 2d, 1867. James McGill, J. W. Morris- 
sey, and W. Darling. 

Stone Masons' Association. — Organized April Ist, 
1865. Commenced working eight hours, March 1st, 
1867. William McCartny, John Breslin, and Daniel 
Boyle. 

Stone Cutters' Association. — Organized May 
30tli, 1863. Commenced working eight honi-s, May 
3d, 1867. J. Ahern, Thomas Jenkins, and Peter 
Hopkins. 

Lathers' Operative Union. — Organized in 1867. 
Commenced working eight hours, May 6th, 1867. 
James F. D. Arcy, T. J. Shields, and Jo"hn Hazel. 

Risr^ers' Union Association. — Organized Decem- 
ber 2-'d, 1864. Commenced working eight hours, 
June 4th. 1867. James Stitt, Alexander Craige, and 
Francis York. 

H'oud Tur tiers' Eight-Hour League. — Organized 
1867. Commenced working eight hours, June 4th, 
1867. J. C. Parks and J. W. Mueller. 

House Carpenters' Eight-Hour League, No. 1. — 
Organized January 28th, 1867. Commenced work- 
ing eight hours, June 4th, 1867, and incorporated 
August Ilth, 1868. A. M. Winn, B. C. Donelan, P. 
M. Wheliu, M. E. Ryan, and J. W. Bones. 

Sailmakers' Eisrht-Eour Association. — Organized 
May, 18.52. Reorganized June 17th, 1867.' Com- 
menced working eight hours, the next day. Fred. 
Coyu, T. R. Houston, and S. B. Hammond. 

House Painters' Association. — Organized June 
10th, 1867. Commenced working eight hours, June 
24th, 1867. George J. Smith, S. S. Boynton, and 
M. J. Donovan. 

Plumbers and Gasftters' Protective Benevolent 
Association. — Organized in 1864. Commenced work- 
ing eight hours, July let, 1867. S. M. Grubb, Alex- 
ander Black, and John Sullivan. 

Metal Roofers' Eight-Hour League. — Organized 
March lOtli, 1867. Commenced working eight hours, 
July 10th, 1867. John Laytou, E. C. McMuUen, 
and John H. Allen. 

Oakland House Carpenters' EightHoxir League. 
— Organized January, 1868. Commenced working 
eight hours, May 1st, 1868. C. A. Perkins, F. M. 
Gilchrist, and J. L. Hai'lowe. 

Oakland Bricklayers' and Plasterers' Associa- 
tion. — Organized March, 1868. Commenced work- 
ing eight hours, same day. Bernard Radican. 

Laborers' Eight-Hour league. — Organized May 
12th, 1868. J. D. Connelly. 

Cabinet Makers' Eight-Hour League. — James 
Patterson. 

Journeymen Bakers' Protective Union. — Organ- 
ized April, 1869. Hugh Gilmartiu. 

Workingman's International Association (Grer- 
man).— Joseph Scherer. 

San .Josi Eight-Hour League. — H. A. Crawford, 
A."B. Hamilton, and E. A. Van Dolsen. 

Eight-Hour Uague of Vallejo.—R. H. Daly, B. 
F. Prchisey, and A. E. Redstone. 



Homestead Associations- 
Owing to the number and general success that has 
attended the formation of these institutions, they 
may be considered one of the features of San Fran- 
cisco, having been developed here on a gnind scale 
and served as powerful auxiliaries in hastening for- 
ward the city's expansion. These associations, 
though inaugurated some years since, have been 
rapidly multiplied during the past two or three years, 
the list of those having their headquarters in San 
Francisco numbering about <Jne hundred and tifteen, 
the lands of the greater portion of these being also 
situate near the city, though in a few instances they 
are at points more remote. So manifest had this 
plan of combining small amounts of capital for the 
purchase of land at wholesale prices become, that 
recently it has been adopted for securing not only 
city homes, but also tracts for horticultural, vinicul- 
tural, and even farming purposes ; the sites for these 
objects being mostly chosen in the large agricultural 
valleys that surround the bay, and occasionally in 
the more southern or interior counties. Among 
other existing causes tending to encourage this 
method of acquiring small parcels of real estate has 
been the large aggregations of land growing out of 
the former system of Spanish grants, which, being 
held mostly by men of wealth, could only be pur- 
chased in extensive tracts, thereby placing it beyond 
the reach of parties of small means. Again, while 
the desire of the people of San Francisco to become 
real estate proprietors, at least to the extent of pos- 
sessing their own home, may not be stronger than 
elsewhere, there can be no doubt but they possess 
the means for gratifying this desire in an eminent 
degree — their individual earnings being large as 
compared with those realized by the masses in other 
large cities of the world. It is, moreover, the case 
that house rent has always been one of the most 
oppressive items of family expense in this metrop- 
olis — serving as an additional incentive for house- 
holders exerting themselves to secure a place of res- 
idence free from these continued exactions. Hence, 
the alacrity with which they have taken shares in 
the various Homestead Associations set on foot, and 
the general, and, in most cases, marked success that 
has attended these movements. 

It not being our object in this place to speak spe- 
cifically of the properties or operations of these 
institutions, we can only remark, in a general way, 
that they have almost always resulted in great ben- 
efit to their founders and original shareholders ; no 
examples of decided failure having yet occurred 
among those undertaken in San Francisco, while the 
advance in the value of real estate so secured has 
generally been marked and rapid. 

For complete list of the Homestead AseociationB 
transacting business in this city, see page 707. 

Sanking Institutions. 

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present the following figures, together with aggre- 
gate reports of said societies since January, 1866: 





Societies. jcprs I Deposits. 


Earnings. 


Res. Fund. 


Hib. S. & L. Society! 14,>M 510,6S3.21> 


$.553,378 


$288,110 


Sav. & Loan Society: 4,R44 , 5 053,.54.3 


3-2:j,.568 


187,7-20 


French S. A L. Soc. 1 4.000 1 3,(>50,847 


219.109 


89.091 


S.F. Sarin gs Union 3,98--»l 2.838.491 


165,735 


116.-291 


Cal.B. L.&S.SOC. 1,571 i 716,060 


56.019 


90.363 


Odd Fel. Sav. Bank! 1,184 88.9,933 


41,489 


4,197 


F. A Mech. S. Banfcl 411 1 2.35.2.37 


14,382 


5,039 


German S. &L. Socj 1,437 
Report July, 1869.. . j 31,974 


705,755 


35,974 


42,005 


$24,773,078 


§1,409,654 


§8-22,816 


Report Jan. 1869... 


29,893 


22,372.508 


1,134,087 


7-25.887 


Report July, 1868.. 


26,065 


19,678.364 


955,656 


551,988 


Report Jan. 1868. . . 




lfi.833.-259 


843.917 


485,700 


Report July, 1867.. 




13.8.3.3,259 


a94.311 


470.079 


Report Jan. 1867... 




10..3.58.S88 


564,470 


328.919 


Report July, 1«66. . 





8.760.164 


493.791 


2.52.918 


Report Jan. l?6ti...l 


7.005,061 


306,061 


236,936 



The aggregate reports of the savings institutions in 
this citv, made in Julv last, in more detail, show the 



income, 23 ; 
marine, 1.7i 



average rate of premiums — fire, 1.15 ; 



following satisfactory exhibit : Number of savings 
banks, eight ; number of open deposit accounts, 
thirty-one thousand nine hundred and seventy-four ; , 
amount on deposit, $-24,773,078; loans, $-24,747,705; j 
gross earnings, (for six months) §1,409,654 ; re- ; 
serve funds, $8-22,816 ; expenses and Federal tax, j 
$123,559; cash on hand, $1,128,717. An addition ! 
of about ten per cent to the foregoing totals wiU i 
represent the condition of the savings banks at 
the close of the year 1869. This will show a 
total amount on deposit, $-27,200,000 ; divided 
among thirty-five thousand depositors, or an 
average of $777 each. The dividends are made 
at rates varying between ten and twelve per 
cent per annum. Concerning these saving in- 
stitutions, however, the following may be re- 
marked: They are, by their charters, restrained 
from loaning their funds upon security other than 
real estate. In consequence of the high rates of 
wages obtained in San Francisco, as compared with 
the necessary cost of living, the above large aggre- 
gate of over $27,000,000 had accumulated to the 
credit, mainly, of the working classes. 

In ad Jition to the above, we may mention that the 
commercial banking capital of the city amounts to 
from $12,000,000 to $15,000,000, which is in demand 
for commercial, manufacturiug, and mining purposes, 
and for all other enterprises. In other words, the 
amount of money available in loans upon real estate, 
and for no other purpose whatever, bore a vast dis- 
proportion to that obtainable for all other purposes. 
This created a spirit of speculation in real property, 
which, in the spring of 1869, had run quite wild. 

Local Insurance Companies. 
The annual reports of our local tii-e and marine 
insurance companies, made last February, to the 
State Insurance Commissioner, give the following 
aggregate exhibit of their condition : Capital, 
$3,683,300 ; gross assets, $5,082,850 ; liabilities, in- 
cluding reinsurance, $936,871 ; reinsurance fund, 
$749,968 ; net surplus, $462,379 ; excess of income 
over expenditures, $571,284 , per cent of expense to 1 



Foreign Insurance Companies. 
Several agencies of Eastern and European Com- 
panies have been added to our list of last year. 
Number of agencies 1868, 47 ; 1869, 57 ; of the lat- 
ter 38 are devoted to life insurance. 

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 and 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 weU-selected 
collections of books for the use of guests. That be- 
longing to the What Cheer House numbers about 
seven thousand volumes of well-selected works, con- 
nected with which is an extensive cabinet of speci- 
mens in natural history, and a large 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 of art, selected by the proprietor, Mr. 
Woodward, during his tour in Europe, reflect credit 
upon his taste and liberality. 

Want of space prevents a reference in detail to 
the numerous public libraries in this city, prominent 
among which may be named the Mercantile Library 
Association, containing twenty-seven thousand vol- 
umes ; Odd Fellows', eighteen thousand ; Mechan- 
ics' Institute, fifteen thousand; Young Men's 
Christian Association, five thousand ; California Pi- 
oneers, two thousand five hundred ; San Francisco 
Verein, four thousand. 

"Wat^r Companies. 

SPRING VALLEY WATER WORKS. 

The original Spring Valley Water Company was 
incorporated in June, 1858,'and in July, 1S61, the 
water from It^lais Creek was introduced into the city 
by the company to increase their supply. 

The present organization is formed "by a consol- 
idation of the San Francisco City and Spring Valley 
Water Works companies. Date of incorporation, 
January, 1865. 

The present works receive their supplv from two 
sources— Lobos and PiUarcitos creeks. Lobos Creek 
is a stream of pure, fresh water, emptving into the 
bay near Point Lobos. which supplies two millions of 
gallons daily. The distance of the stream from the 
PJaza is thiee and a half miles, in a direct line. The 
water is elevated by four double acting pumps, with 
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power each, to the distributins^ reservoirs ou the 
adjacent hills, tlie higliest being three hundred and 
eight feet above the city base, located at the corner 
of Hyde and Greenwich streets ; tlie second, which 
is situated iuiniediately below, at the intei-section of 
Hyde and Francisco streets, is one hundred and 
forty live feet above the city base. The capacity of 
the tiiut is four millions of tfallous, and that of the 
lower seven niillioiis. 

PilJarcitos Creeli is situated east of the coast range 
of mountains, distant from San Francisco about fif- 
teen miles, in a soutlierly direction, and seven hun- 
dred feel above the level of the sea. 

By means of a tunnel sixteen hundred feet in 
length, a large dam has been constructed in the Pil- 
larcitos Valley below the tunnel, which dam is 
eiglitytwo feet in bight, and six hundred feet 
long, containing one thousand millions of gal- 
lons, which is drawn from as ref^nired in the city 
reservoirs, making this the retaining reservoir. 
From the east end of tunnel number one the water 
is conducted by a flume, five by two feet, into a 
filter and sand-box, in its passage through which it 
is cleansed from vegetable matter and sediment ; it 
then enters tunnel number two, where the water 
undergoes another purificacliou, and after passing 
through thirteen miles of thirty-inch wrought iron 
pipe, and one mile of forty-inch" flume enters tunnel 
number three, from whence it is distributed to the 
different reservoirs for the daily supply of the city. 

Lake Honda also supplies the city from a capacity 
of thirty-five millions of gallons, by means of three 
miles of cast-iron mains to the reservoir on the cor- 
ner of Buchanan and Market streets, which con- 
tains one million seven hundred and fifty thousand 
gallons, and is the main distributing reservoir, sup- 
plying two-fifths of the city. 

"Lately, also, a large reservoir has been constructed 
in San Andreas Valley, thirteen miles south of the 
city, containing four thousand millions gallons. The 
water level is lour hundred and thirty feet above the 
city base. As this undertaking will be shortly fin- 
ish'ed, the city will have a never-failing supply of 
the pure element. 

The present amount of pipe laid down in the city 
proper is one hundred and five miles. Capital stock 
of the company, §8,000,000, in eight thousand shares 
of $100 each. 

LAKE TAHOE AND SAN FRANCI.SCO WATER WORKS. 

The rapidly increasing population of San Francisco 
has caused our citizens to study the momentous 
question of its water I'esources. As it is possible that 
at no distant day the present means of supply may 
become entirely insufiicient for our demands, a num- 
ber of gentleiiian conceived the idea of bringing 
the waters of Lake Tahoe into this city. To show 
the vastnessof the undertaking we give the follow- 
ing extent and cost of tlie work : Lake Tahoe has 
a superficial area of two hundred and forty square 
miles, with an average depth of fifteen hundred 
feet ; it is situated in the Siena Nevada mountains, 
at an elevation of six thousand feet above the sea, 
and distant from San Francisco one hundred and 
fifty miles. To bring the water to San Francisco, a 
tunnel two and a half miles long will be constructed 
through the mountain, connecting the lake with one 
of the forks of the American Kiver, through the bed 
of which the waters will be carried to Auburn, 
and thence by pipe one hundred and eight miles to 
San Francisco, supplying on its route Sacramento, 
Vallejo, Benicia, Stockton, Oakland, etc., and attbrd- 
inf^ along its entire course ample quantities for towns, 
mines, mills, and agricultural purposes. The capital 
stock of the company is $-J0,000,000, divided into 
twenty thousand shares of $1,000 each. The esti- 
mated cost is $10,000,000. The officers are : Presi- 
dent and Chief Engineer, A. W. Von Schmidt ; 
Trustees, A. W. Von Schmidt, David Hughes, Rob- 



ert Simson, Joseph Trench, G. H Ensign ; Secre- 
tary, G. H. Ensign, office Pioneer Building, 808 
Montgomery Street. 

SAN MATEO WATER COMPAXT. 

Incorporated September, 1866. Capital, $1,000,000. 
The object of this company is to supply the City 
and County of San !• rancisco, and the several 
towns along the San Mateo Valley contiguous to the 
railroad, with pure mountain water. The sources 
of supply, whidh are situated about thirty-five miles 
from San Francisco, are several streams on the east 
side of the mountains, in San Mateo County. 

OjSfce/s.— William E. Barron, F. D. Atherton, 
Thomas H. Selby, Simon M. Macy, and Benjamin 
Lathrop, Trustees. 

NEW WATER COMPANIES. 

Several new enterprises, having for their object 
the supplying of this city with water, have been 
incorporated recently. The San Francisco Water 
Company, organized July ;24th, 1867 ; capital, 
$6,000,0o'o. Messrs. James T. Boyd, Milo Hoadley, 
and John H. Turney, Trustees. Bay View Water 
Company, organized Jul>- 13th. 1867 ; capital, 
$1,000,000; Messrs. A. W. Von Schmidt, Thomas 
Hardy, and W. H. Patterson, Trustees. Tamalpais 
Water Company, organized January 17th, 1868; 
capital. $.5,01)0,000. Messrs. O. L. Shatter, James 
McJI. Shafter, Trustees. Mountain Springs Water 
Company, organized April li3d, 1869; capital, $500,- 
000. Sa'muel R. Throckmorton, Charles R. Bond, 
and S. R. Throckmorton, Jr., Trustees. Contra 
Costa Water Company, organized July •26th, 1869; 
capital, $.JU0,O()0. H. 'W. Carpentier, George Levis- 
ton, Jr., and E. R. Carpentier, Trustees. 

Manufactures. 

Owing to various causes, the principal of which 
have been the stringency in money matters and the 
disturbances caused by attempts for a reduction of 
hours of labor, the manufacturing interests of the 
State have not been attended, during 186'J, with that 
degree of progress as has been the case in previous 
years ; still qiiite a number of new though minor 
manufactures have been inaugurated, and others 
already commenced have been increased both in 
extentand degree of perfectness and quality. One 
of the most important enterprises on the Pacific 
coast, the rolling mills in San Francisco, which com- 
menced working in 1868, has continued in increased 
and successful operation during the past year, and 
now turns out the complete assortment of iron man- 
ufactures as was originally contemplated by its pro- 
moters. The quality of the various kinds of iron 
manufactured by these mills is said by competent 
judges to be unsurpassed by those of any other simi- 
lar establishment in the 'United States, while the 
specimens exhibited at the Industrial Fair of the 
Mechanics' Institute in 1869 attracted the attention 
and commendation of all who critically examined 
them. As an evidence of their great merit and 
value to the people of the State, the Pacific Rolling 
Mills were awarded the highest prize of the Fair, 
which was the gold or Institute medal. The latest 
manufacture of these mills has been the successful 
re-rolling as well as the making of new rails for 
service on the railroads on the coast. The success 
attending these works is rendered more valuable at 
the present time by the late discoveries of iron ore 
in different portions of the State, and the incorpo- 
ration of one or more compauies to erect forges and 
work them. 

The Lead Smelting Works at Black Point in this 
city have also largely increased their smelting of 
lea'd and other ores, in which galena forms a val- 
uable portion of the same. 

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tioii of the State, bave also been successfully 
worked, a very line exhibit of the metal obtained 
from there, in viirious stages of manufacture, having 
been made at the late fair. These mines (according 
to the most reliable information to be obtained) 
promise in time to be the most valuable ones on the 
coast. The manufacture of plated wave has also 
largely increased during the past year, as has been 
the case with the making of type by our local 
foundries. 

One of ti>e most attractive features of the late 
Fair in this city was the several exhibitions of Cali- 
fornia made furniture, from both domestic and im- 
ported woods. The workmanship in this line of 
manufactures showed a much higher style of art 
thau has heretofore been exhibited by our me- 
chanics, while the materials used Were of a much 
more costly character than any previously employed 
in the tra'de. The exhibits made by the various 
bouses in this trade in 18G9 were remarkable for so 
new a country, and in fact would do credit to the 
oldest manufacturing State in the Union. 

In the various kinds of metal manufactures, fine 
exhibits were made in the department in the fair. 
Brass castings, comprising all the varieties used, 
from sheathing nails to large brass cannons, made 
and finished in the highest perfection of the trade, 
were displayed, as were also bells weighing up- 
wards of one thousand pouiuls each. The domestic 
productions in this line now supply fully two-thirds 
of the entire consumption on the Pacific coast. 

All varieties of lead manufacture are made in this 
city, from shot to organ pipes, of a quality that 
will compare favorably with the best varieties im- 
ported. The total of the domestic manufactures of 
lead in a metallic state amount to about fifteen hun- 
dred tons annually, the crude metal being produced 
from the smelting of galena oi'es obtained from 
mines in this State, Nevada, and Arizona Territory. 

During the past year the manufacture of boots 
and shoes in California has met with serious re- 
verses, and has in large part been abandoned. The 
maiu inducing cause of this unfavorable condition 
of things is the result of strikes among the oper- 
atives, for both higher wages and less hours of labor. 
With the already strong competition from importa- 
tions from the Atlantic States, this increased cost of 
domestic production could not be successfully borne, 
and as a result some of the most important manu- 
factories for boots and shoes were closed, either 
from being unprofitable, or in some instances from 
absolute linaucial distress. Whether this hitherto 
prosperous branch of manufactures is to again re- 
gain its former importance among the industries of 
the State depends mainly ou a return to at least 
former cost of production. Most kinds of harness 
and saddlery are now manufactured in this city, and 
many qualities successfully hold their own against 
strong competition with importations from the East- 
ern States. Most of the leather used is the product 
of our own tanneries, those of Oregon contributing 
a large supply. All varieties of trunks and valises 
are manufactured, although very large importations 
are made. The fire hose made in this city now sup- 
plies the entire wants of the coast, besides a moder- 
ate amount which is exported to the Sandwich 
Islands and other foreign ports. The minor manu- 
factures, such as urabrellaa, parasols, furs, etc., bave 
increased considerably during the past year. 

The manufacture of blasting and other varieties of 
gunpowder have been very extensive during 1869, 
but still encounter the competition of importations. 
It is believed, however, that the domestic produc- 
tion is gaining ground, and will eventually drive out 
all others from competition. Giant powder, and 
Hafenegger powder, both explosives of remarkable 
power, are manufactured in San Francisco and find 
a large sale through all the mining sections of the 
Pacific coast. Linseed, as well as castor and other 



valuable vegetable oils, are also manufactured in 
large quantities in San Francisco, the main draw- 
back being the difficulty of procuring a sufficient 
supply of the raw materials to manufacture from. 
The production of these grains, etc., is, however, 
largely increasing, and more especially that of rais- 
ing flax, the straw of which is finding an extensive 
and ready market at remunerative prices through 
the bagging mill lately completed at Oakland. This 
mill has yet to depend" largely upon importations, but 
only a short time will probably elapse before a full 
supply will be furnished by our farmers. 

W.joL AND Wool Manufactures. — California 
is now the largest wool producing State in the 
Union, her clip of I8G9 being estimated at fully 
eighteen million pounds, mostly of fair average 
quality. Possessing excellent ranges for feed 
throughout her entire length, both on the coast 
ranges and the Sierra Nevadas, with a climate 
peculiarly adapted for sheep raising, the wool-pro- 
ducing interest already stands third in importance in 
her list of agricultural products. Another feature 
which is not shared in by other wool-growing States 
is the remarkable natural increase of animals, which 
is estimated at from ninety to one hundred per cent, 
per annum. The winters, as a rule, are free from 
severe frost, and many of the diseases so common 
in other States have as yet not become prevalent. 
Under these circumstances the wool-growing inter- 
est promises to largely increase, and in a compara- 
tively short time bring into use the most remote 
sections of country. 

Wool-growing in Oregon has proved quite a prof- 
itable branch of agricultural industry, the climate 
and grasses being well adapted to the business. A 
large portion of the clip is manufactured by the 
local mills, while the surplus is brought to San 
Francisco for a market. From the extreme moist- 
ure of the seasons, Oregon is capable of producing 
the very finest grades of wool, some of which are 
unprofitable Lo raise in California. 

The most important increase in manufactures in 
California during 1869 has been in woolen goods. 
for making which quite a number of small mills 
have been erected in the principal wool-producing 
sections of the State. As a general rule tue manu- 
facture of these small mills is confined to the pro- 
duction of blankets, flannels, and heavy cloths and 
cassimeres, while the mills in San Francisco, Sacra- 
mento, and Marysville have a more extensive range 
and finer products. The mills in San Francisco, 
(Pioneer and Mission) which are the oldest in tlie 
■State, produce a gi'eat range of medium and fine 
fabrics, among which their blankets stand preemi- 
nent in quality over any others made in the Union. 
The blankets of the Mission Woolen Mills were ex- 
hibited at the World's Fair at Paris, in 1867, and were 
awarded the first premium over all others from the 
United States, and have also been awarded highest 
premiums wherever exhibited at home fairs. The 
total machinery in use in California is now esti- 
mated at sixty sets cards, with other necessary ad- 
juncts for manufacturing. The mills of this State 
in 1869 consumed about four million pounds of wool, 
and it' run at full time night and day would have 
required six million pounds to supply them. No 
branch of manufactures has been so generally pros- 
perous since their establishment as woolen' mills, 
although their products have had to encounter a 
steady and strong competition with importations 
from the Atlantic coast. California possesses the 
only manufactory for knit goods on the Pacific coast 
— the Pacific Woolen Mills, which ai'e located in 
San Francisco. These mills produce a great range 
and variety of goods, some of which are claimed to 
he of finer quality than any produced elsewhere in 
the United States. The manufactures of these mills 
are already held in high estimation on the Pacific 
coast, and are gradually driving out importations. 



E. H. JONES & CO., 116 Sansom Street, Wote and Letter Paper and Envelopss. 



EKDINGTON, HOSTETTER & CO., exclusive Agents for Drake's Plantation Bitters. 



50 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Union Iron Works, located on northeast corner 
of Mission and First streets, San Pnincisco, were es- 
taMislied by the Donaliue Brothers in 1849 — the 
jiioneer foundry on this coast. It is now conducted 
oy H. J. Booth, Georjje W. Prescott, and Irving M. 
Scott, under the firm name of H. J. Booth & Co. 
From the most limited capacity, it has grown until it 
occupies over fifty thousand s(iuaie feet, with brick 
bnil(liii]i,'s three stories high, tilled with the latest ini- 
lirovpiiK-iits, and most complete set of tools west of 
the Kocky Mountains. Here may be found lathes 
that turn fifteen feet in diameter; planers six and a 
half feet .square ai;d twenty-seven feet long, with 
cranes and appurtenances complete, capable of hand- 
ling the largest machinery requii'ed. This establish- 
tnent has earned a high reputation for the charac- 
ter of its machinery for working gold and silver. 
Their plans of mills and improvements in quartz ma- 
chinery have been extensively copied over the entire 
contiuent. This establishment has taken the lead in 
the unuiufacture of locomotives, cars, car-wheels, and 
general railroad work. They have bnilt thirteen 
locomotives, some of which weighed fifty-one tons, 
and all pronounced by experts to equal in perform- 
ance and quality of work the best imported. The 
lai'ge and various classes of work done at this estab- 
lishment give employment to three hundred and 
thirty men. 

The Miners' Foundry is located on the east side 
of First Street near Folsom. It has been in success- 
ful operation for many years, and is famed for its 
superior mining machinery and stationary engines. 
When in full operation it employs from two hundred 
and fifty to two hundred and seventy-five men and 
boys. 

The Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works. — 
This company was incorporated April 3(llh, 1868, 
with a capital stock of $1,000,000, comprising among 
its names the principal steamship and railroad men 
on the Pacific Coast. 

The works are located at the southeast corner of 
Beale and Howard streets, and occupy an area of 
two hundred and seventy-five feet square, on which 
is a boiler shop one hundred and forty by ninety-six 
feet ; foundry one hundred and forty by forty -five 
feet ; machine shop one hundred and forty by one 
hundred feet, the latter being galleried three stoiies 
high. 

During the present year they have added to their 
establishment all the latest ancf most improved tools 
reijuiied for steamship and railroad work. The pra- 
|)rietors claim to have the largest lathe on the Pacific 
Coast, it being able to liiiish shafts forty-eight feet 
long ;ind tliiity tons weight. Among other ma- 
chinery built by these works during the present year 
niiglit be mentioned machinerv for four new pro- 
pc^llers, also, for one side-wheel boat ; all the water 
pipe required by the White Pine Water Works at 
Hauiilton, of which there was made sixteen thousand 
feet of boiler iron twelve inches in diameter. 

In connection with the foundry they have estab 
lislied a wheel foundry for the mHUufacture of all 
ii<>scriplions of railroad car-wheels, and the q^iality 
of wheels made by tlunii bus been found equal to the 
best imported. TJie Oregon Central llailroail, and 
several roads in this State, are now being stocked 
with their wheels. The works employ two hundred 
and seventy-five hands. 

The Fulton Foundry is located corner of Fre- 
mont and Tehama streets. It was established in 
IH.5.5, and employs on an average one bundled men, 
using annually about one thousand tons of pig iron. 
This foundry (loes an extensive business In all 
classes of mining machinery ; also machinery for 
sugar refineries, saw-mills, flouring-mills,efc., pump- 
ing and hoisting works, amalgamating pans, and 
engines varying from five to three hundred horse- 



power. The facilities f(>r casting and forging heavy 
works have been largely increased within the last 
year by the addition of steam-hammers, heavy slott- 
ing anti drilling machines, and other necessary tools 
for their rapidly increasing business. 

The Pacific Foundry is situated on the east 
side of First Street opposite Minna, extending back 
to Fremont Street. The firm consists of Messrs. 
Ira P. Rankin and Albert P. Brayton, who are the 
sole agents for the Hnntoon Patent Governor, a 
superior engine-regulator ; also for the manufacture 
of the celebrated " Hartford' engines, so favorably 
known in California. This foundry is also noted for 
the manufacturing of machinery for flour-mills, saw- 
mills, sugar-refineries, and marine engines. Special 
attention is paid to locomotive work. 

iETNA Iron Works, Messrs. Hanscom &. Co. 
proprietors, southeast corner of Fremont and 
Fehama streets. This foundry is noted for the man- 
ufacture of marine and stationary engines, portable 
hoisting engines, and Derrick irons. Steam Pump and 
Superheaters, Overshot and Turbine Water-Wheels, 
Quartz-Mill, and Mining Machinery. Varney's Im- 
proved Amalgamating Pan, Haiiscom's Quartz- 
Crusher, Dunbar's Patent Steam Piston Packing, 
Laundry Machines of most approved construction. 
Iron fronts of all kinds for houses and castings of 
every description. 

The Vui.can Iron Works were established in 
185.3 by Messrs Gordon &- Steeu, who, in 1855, 
transferred them to an incorporated company with 
the above name. The orittinal works occupied a 
space on First Street near Natoma, running through 
to Fremont, but the increasing necessities of their 
business caused the proprietors to extend the works 
through to Beale Street. These buildings stood the 
earthquake shock of 18fi8 uninjured. The special- 
ties of this foundry are boilers and engines, as well 
as all kinds of mill and mining machinery. 

Sugar Refineries.— The only sugar refineries in 
the State are located in this city. They are of large 
capacity and perfect machinery, making varieties of 
refined sugar and syrup equal to the best imported. 
During the past year the supplies of raw sugar for 
refining have been obtained mostly from the Sand- 
wich Islands, the balance coming "from Manilla and 
Peru. There are four refineries in this city, viz: 
San Francisco and Pacific, Bay, California, and 
Golden Gate. The last named has been recently 
completed. The aggregate capacity of these works 
is about sixty million pounds of sugar per annum. 

Steam Marble Works. — The only steam marble 
works on the Pacific Coast are those of the Pioneer 
Steam Marble Works, located on Jackson between 
Montgomery and Sansoin Streets. These works, 
although established but a short time, have shown 
the great economy in sawing and polishing stone by 
steam as compared with hand labor, and jiromise to 
do more to develop the numerous deposits of marble 
in the State than all other means combined. The 
works are run by a fifteen-horse power engine, 
which drives a gang of twenty saws, besides pol- 
ishing wheels, and employs thirty men. The Pion- 
eer Steam Marble Works were at first formed by a 
number of firms engaged in the marble trade, who 
combined together for purposes of econoui)' in labor. 
These works are now owned by M. Heverin, who 
continues the business as vigorously as his predo 
cessors. The most of the marble sawn at these 
works is obtained in California, clouded white and 
grey marble coming from Indian Diggius, El Do- 
rado County, a very nearly white variety from 
Drytown, Amailor "County, and Columbia, Tuo- 
lumne County, and a fine mottled or variegated 
black marble from near Colfax in Placer County. 
JIantels made of the last named variety of marble 



EDWARD BOSQUI & CO., Paper Rulers, Leidesdorff St., corner of Clay. 



C. p. VAN SCHA_&.CK fit CO., Nos. 712, 714 and 716, Kearny Street. 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



51 



weie exhibited by Mr. Heveiin at the late Mechan- 
ics' Fair, wliere they attracted much and very fav- 
orable attention. 

C1G.A.RS. — The manufacture of cigars in this city 
affords employment for a greater number of persons 
than any other branch of trade. Tiie number of 
lirnis engaged is ninety-six, of which forty-two are 
Chinamen. The aggregate number of hands is near- 
ly two thousand, of which about seventeen hundred 
are Chinese. The quality of the cigars made is 
superior, and large amounts of the best Havana 
tobacco are imported for the finest brands. 

CalifoRiVia Wines and Brandies. — The total 
wine crop of the State in 18(58 was estimated, by 
many competent judges, at about seven million gal- 
lons, it being nearly double the amount of any pre- 
ceding vintage. About one-third of this quantity 
was produced in the district around Los Angeles, 
nearly the same amount in Sonoma, Napa, and So- 
lii no counties, and the balance mostly in the coun- 
ties containing the foot-hills of the Sierra Nevadas. 
As a whole, the wine made in 1868 showed a marked 
improvement, in average quality, over the vintage 
of preceding years. This fact, in connection with 
the increasing vineyards, presage the importance 
the wine crop is likely to attain in future, when 
skill and experience in the business are acquired by 
our growers. Another feature in the wine trade, 
which has become quite noticeable during the past 
year, is the increasing favor in which wines made 
in the middle portion of the State are held by con- 
sumers. The wines made in Sonoma and foot-hill 
districts are becoming more sought after and at in- 
creasing prices, while those of the Los Angeles dis- 
trict are correspondingly neglected. One cause for 
the improvement in the wiues in the middle poition 
of the State is the increased quantity of foreign 
varieties of grapes produced ; the vines in most 
cases having just come into full bearing. These 
grapes possess all the fine qualities of flavor and 
keeping that distinguished the parent stock in the 
best wine districts of Europe ; the fruit produced 
here, as a general rule, being of superior quality. 

The three principal wine-producing counties of the 
Stite, in their respective districts, are Los Angeles, 
Sonoma, and El Dorado, the last named having 
lately come into prominence from its wines being in- 
troduced into the San Francisco Market. This 
couiity, in common with others in the foot-hills of 
the Sierra Nevadas, enjoys a climate peculiarly 
favorable to the perfect ripening of all varieties of 
grapes, the average temperature from the first of 
JLiy until October ranging about eighty degrees 
Fahrenheit. This equableness of temperature is 
caused by the coast winds being heated while pass- 
ing over the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys, 
tlms preventing great changes of heat or cold, and 
at the same time absorbing all moisture, prevents 
mildew, which latter in the coast counties is at pres- 
ent very prevalent and injurious to the grapes. 

The wine crop of the present year (1869), 
thronghout the State, has proved a small one, it not 
averaging lialf that of last year. The quality of 
the wine made is, however, reported as promising 
unusual excellence; the grapes, as a rule, having 
been of very fine flavor. The decrease in the 
vintaire is the" result of various causes in tlie ditt'er- 
ent districts of the State ; extreme heated terras in 
the Sierras having destroyed vast quantities of 
grapes as if by fire, more especially the tender 
foreign varieties, and in Sonoma the mildew or 
Old/ urn of France. This last disease has been preva- 
lent in. some portions of the coast for several years, 
but its ravages havnig not been very marked had 
not hithertoattracted much notice.' During the 
present year it has, however, largely increased in 
virulence, and if not attended to, promises to seri- 
ously diminish the product of 1870, and possibly de- 



stroy the larger portion of foreign varieties of vines 
grown in the district. The evil has attained such great 
proportions that extensive preparations have been 
made to combat it by some of the most prominent 
growers in Sonoma Valley. These parties intend 
trying the sulphur treatment, which proved so ben- 
eficial with the same disease in France some years 
since. 

The brandy made in California, in 1868, was of 
limited quantity, owing to arbitrary and oppressive 
restrictions from the Internal Revenue Department. 
The quality of the brandy made, however, was gen- 
erally superior to that of other years, mostly owing 
to increased care and improved distilling apparatus. 
Very large shipments have been made to Atlantic 
ports, where the article is in high favor, owing to its 
moderate price , purity, and fine flavor. The amount 
of brandy made this year promises to be very lim- 
ited, owing to some "unfavorable rulings made by 
the Commissioner of Internal Revenue m regard to 
distilling. These rulings were afterwards modified, 
but the change came too late to be of any great bene- 
fit to our growers, vrhose vintage was unusually 
earlv in the 



ty Want of space prevents a more extended 
reference to the industrial enterprises of San Fran- 
cisco. The Business Directory, on pages 67.'>-745, 
will be found to contain a mass of information rel- 
ative to the business resources of this city not to be 
found elsewhere. 

The Fluctuations of Trade. 

The following table has been prepared for the 
purpose of showing the changeable character of our 
business conmiunity. Only the leading branches of 
trade have been included, but these may be regarded 
as a fairindication of the whole. The yearly changes 
among the small dealers will not fall short of forty 
per cent per annum : 



OCCrPATIONS. 



Apothecaries 

Assayers 

Attorneys 

Auctioneers 

Bakeries 

Banliers 

Batlis 

Billiard-table Mak's 
Boarding Houses — 

Breweries 

Butchers and Mk'ts 

Cabinet Malters 

Carpenters 

Cigar Dealers, Mk'rs 



Dress Makers 

Dry Goods 

Fruits 

Furniture 

Groceries 

Gunsmiths 

Hair Dressers 

Hardware 

Hatters 

Liquors, Etc 

Lumber 

Merchants, Commis 

Milliners 

Painters 

Physicians 

Printing Offices 

Produce 

Restaurants 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Upholsterers 

Watchni's and Jew's 
Wood and Coal 



Totals.... 5,298 5,718 6,23616,181 7, 



E. H. JOiraJS & CO., 116 Sansom Street, Hosiery and Gloves. 



BEDINQTON, HOSTETTER & CO., Agents for MitcheU's Cod Liver Oil. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, IlEMOYALS, CHANGES, ETC., 

RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



Adams Q. L., dentist, office 649 Clay, dwl 1515 

LeavenwoitL 
Adams William H., barkeeper stm Yosemite, dwl 

9 Crook 
Abearu fBauicl) «fe Sullivan (Matlicw), groceries 

and liquors, SE cor Minna and Second 
Abern William C, oysternian witb Emerson, Cor- 

ville & Co., dwl 14 Virginia Place 
Aiken J., dwl S s Chestnut nr Mason 
Alger Elizabeth H., (widow) dwl .574 Folsom 
Allen Isaac P., druggist, dwl 1028 Pine 
Allen Thomas, messenger W. U. Telegraph Co., 

dwl 267 Minna 
Allenberg Louis, clerk with A. Falk & Co., dwl 

,535i O'Farrell 
ALLYNE (Jolui W.J &, WHITE, f WilHnm E.J 

importers and jobbers oils, lamps, etc., 121-125 

CaJifoniia 
American Tract Society, D. W. McLeod agent, 757 

Market 
ANDERSON r^amesj & RANDOLPH, rfVU- 

liam C.J watches, jewelry, diamonds, etc., 112 

Montjifomery 
ANDERSON PETER W., gents' furnishing goods, 

141 Montgomery, dwl 713 Bush 
Anderson James, (Anderson & RandolphJ dwl 169 

Minna 
Andres Christian, professor music and leader Chris. 

Andres' Band, dwl 137 Montgomery 
Andrews (Henry J & Mackie, (J. WylieJ editors 

and proprietors Temperance Mirror and Direc- 

tors% office 204 Montgomery 
Angeli".J., (J. Angeli 4- Co.j dwl 924 Stockton 
ANGELI J. & CO., (Richard BraegJ wholesale 

wines and liquors, 524 Washington 
Angus William ((., employe Pioneer Woolen Mills, 

dwl North Point nr Van Ness Avenue 
Ansbro Thomas, deputy U. S. Marshal, dwl 623 

Union 
ANSPACHER ABRAHAM, hardware and agricul- 
tural implements, 223 California, dwl 808 Geaiy 
Anspacher Philip, merchant, dwl 808 Geary 
Anspacher Simon, merchant, dwl 808 Geary 
APPLEGARTH EDWARD, president Eberhardt 

Mill &. Mining Co., office 419 California, dwl 

72;j Bush 
Applegarth William, mining, office 419 California, 

dwl 729 Bush 
Ardilli Don Leo Jo8e,,cattledealer, dwl 1622 Stock 
Arper Albert, molder with Field & Frei, dwl 340 

Third 
Assalino Niccolo, fish, 52 Washington Market 
Atwood William T., ore dealer, office 505 Mont- 

gomeiy, dwl 713 O'Farrell 
Aubrv Matilda Mrs., furnished rooms, 129 Third 
AUG'ER, (B. Eugene) CHRISTIANSEN,/ Wr/.s- 

tianj Si. CO., importers and commission mer- 
chants, 409 Buttery 
Ayhens Leon, butcher with A. Decourtieux, dwl 

231 Ritch 
AYLETr WILLIAM D., physician and surgeon, 

office and dwl 137 Montgomery 

Badauacco John, wood and coal, 1417 Stockton 

Baker Frederick D., house and sign painter, 129 
Fourth, dwl 235 Stevenson 

Baldwin Starr, physician, office and dwl 42 Govern- 
ment House 

Ball A., physician, office and dwl 533 Broadway 



Barber Richard, (colored) shipping merchant, 405 

Front 
Barkan Adolph, oculist, office and dwl 230 Kearny 
Barrett Henry, clerk with Pearson & Starr, dwl 

639 Market 
Barrett Robert, laborer with Jabez P. Clay, dwl N 

W cor Seventeenth and Second Avenue 
BARUOILHET HENRY, (Belloc FrircsJ and 

consul for Chili, office 411 Wash, res Oakland 
Barstow Simon F., compositor Alta California, dwl 

SW cor California and Mason 
Bass Thomas J., ^iSas.s, iVe?i'OTa« i^ Co.y dwl E a 

Fillmore bet Bush and Pine 
BASS, (Thomas J.J NEWMAN (./amesj & CO., 

pajnts, oils, and glass, 735 Market 
Bate William H., cabinetmaker, 211 Stevenson 
Bates George, principal University School, N s Post 

bet Stockton and Powell, dwl 1001 Powell 
BATES JOSEPH C, attorney at law, office 702 

Montgomery, dwl 708 Pine 
Baumann Joseph, gunsmith, 510 Broadway 
BaATeuther B.. tailor, 412 Pine 
BE'ACH henry MARTIN, commission merchant, 

office 322 Washington, dwl E s Polk nr Sutter 
Beamifth P., agent Connecticut Mutual Benefit Co., 

office 405 Kearny 
Becliler Joseph, cook 215 Davis, dwl S 8 Pine nr 

Kearny 
Bell her Galitzin, pictures, looking glasses, etc., 510 

Fourth, dwl cor Washington and Mason 
Bell Henry H., -wholesale liquors, 422 Clay, dwl 

782 Harrison 
BELL JOHN, president Oriental Fire and Marine 

Ins. Co., office 306 Mont, dwl Occidental Hotel 
Bellnier H. A., dwl 607 Vallejo 
BELLOC FRERES, (I. d B. Belloc J bankers, 411 

Washington 
Bendeleben O. de, teacher languages, music, and 

drawing, dwl 737 Howard 
Benedict Newton, secretary City R. R. Co., office 

SW cor Mission and Fourteenth, dwl NE cor 

Sixteenth and Howard 
Bergman Abraham, confectionery, 1431 Dupont 
Bering John P., (Gabel Sf Co. J dwl N b Chestnut 

nr Mason 
Bernard C. A., house and signpaiuter, 628 Commer- 

ciid, dwl 716 California 
Berrv Fulton G., agent Napa Wood Co., 122 Berry, 

dwl .516 Dupont 
Beschoruian Adolph, carpetlayer with Schlneter & 

Volbers, dwl 60 Everett 
Beschorman Charles F., clerk SE cor Kearny and 

Sutter, dwl 60 Everett 
Beversen Brothers, (Carsten and ChnrlesJ gi'oce- 

ries and licjuors, NW cor Fifth and Natoma 
Bewley William J., machinist with Singer Manu- 
facturing Co., 139 Montgomery 
Bidleman E. G., clerk with John W. Stateler, 

dwl 742 Washington 
Biggi Angelo, watchmaker, 700 Montgomery, dwl 

N 8 Broadway bet Dupont and Stockton 
BISHOP E. & CO., (Lawrence W. Palmer and 

William E. Moxcs) groceries, 716 Market 
Bishop Edgar, (E. Bi.ihop & Co. J dwl 505 Sutter 
Bishop Richard, stonecutter, cor Third and Iviug 
Black P. W. Maj., dwl 435 Fourth 
Blackman M. J., (Thomas II. Lau-lcr ^ Co.J dwl 

735 Harrison 
Blakeley John M., distiller, dwl 328 O'Farrell 



EDWARD BOSQUI & CO., Steel and Copperplate Engravers and Printers, cor. Clay and Commercial. 



C. p. VAN SCHAACK & CO., Nos. 712, 714 and 716, Kearny Street. 



ADDITIONAL NAjNIES, RE JI OVALS, ETC 



53 



Blaucliard Alexander Capt., oHice cor Market and 

Saoramento, dwl 73 Is'atonia 
ELANX'HARD F. H., (Kniirlu & B.J dwl 10:27 

Hyde 
Blanck Martin C. & Co., (Sebastian Reiver) poul- 
try aud game, \i Occidental Mai'ket 
Block" James N., (L. R. Meyers & Co.) dwl lOS 

Taylor 
Blount, (David T.) Landers fM.) & Co., general 

agents Lorillard Fire and National Life Ins. 

Cos., N. Y., office NW cor Sac and Mont 
Blum Isidor. merchant, dwl cor Market and Ellis 
BLUXOME ISAAC, coal aud iron broker, office 

:215 California, dwl 1030 Mis.'sion 
Boese Henry Julius, market, ol'J Davis, dwl 212 

Fi'ancisco 
Bogart John M. & Co., dealers flour and grain, 206 

Davis 
Boido Domenico, boots and shoes, 1434i Stockton 
Bolan James, cigar manufacturer, 21.5 Sinsoni 
Bolan Mii-liael J., physician, otiice and dwl SW cor 

Sixth aud Folsora 
Bolster Patrick, liquor saloon, NE cor Howard and 

Howard Court 
Bonaldi (G. i?.; & Silvestri, (^^c/^Z/d-; fish dealers. 

New Clay St. Market 
Bonaldi G. B., (Bonaldi & Silvesiri) dwl 62<S 

Broadway 
Boardnian Joseph, real estate, dwl X s Francisco 

bet Dupont and Kearnv 
Bookstaver Samuel J., butcher, 23 and 2.5 S. F. 

Market, dwl 8 Bernard 
Boone Henry, tailor with G. L. Reynolds, dwl 541 

Mission 
Bootfitters' Union Cooperative Association, office 30 

Montgomery 
BOSTON CK.A:CKER CO., (Frederick Clay and 

J. J. Medbiu-nJ S s Oregon bet Front aud Da- 
vis, office 314 Front 
Bousquet Meiauie, confectioner, 1119 Folsom 
Bowes John M., weiglier, dwl 63 Everett 
Boyce Brothers, street car advertisers, 423 Wash 
Boyd John, furniture, 747 Folsom 
Boyle John, agent American Life Insurance Co., 
" Armory Hall room No. 1, NE cor Sacramenttu 

and Montgomery 
Boyle Robert, (Mnllon & B.) 303 Jlission 
Bradley Thomas H., barkeeper, SE cor Folsom and 

Eighth 
Bradley William 0., bookkeeper 16 Suiter, dwl 802 

Clay 
BRADSTREET J. M. & SON, mercantile agency, 

(New York) George E. Rogers, superintendent, 

office 313 California 
BRADY HENRY J., attorney at law, oflice NE cor 

Mont and Wash, dwl W s Hyde lu- Jackson 
Brady John B., clerk, dwl cor Devisadero and Scott 
Braeg Richard, (J. Aupreli & Co.) dwl 924 .Stockton 
Brasson Timothy, laborer, Lab. League, Dashaway 

Hall 
BREED (D. 0.) & CHASE, (A. J.) groceries, 

provisions, aud casegoods, 326 Clay 
Briud Caleb, (Sage & B.) dwl 16 Fourth 
Brooks George J., real estate, dwl Lick House 
Brother Thomas J., laborer City Flouring Mill, dwl 

Santa Clara 
Brown George W., employment office, SW cor Cal- 
ifornia and Kearny 
Brown Justus, fireman steamer New World, dwl 

Davis nr Chambers 
Brown Thomas R., (Bruce & B.) dwl Overland 

House 
BRUCE (D.) & BROWN. (Thomas R.) show- 

cardwriters, printers, and designers, .534 Com 
Bruce Donald, (Bruce 6r Broun) dwl 828 Geary 
Brunner J. A., axle-grease manufacturer, dwl 921 

Greenwich 
Brnns Christian, physician, office and dwl 26 Geary 
Brunt Leonard, stationery, 1119 Folsom 



Brunt William, laborer, dwl 1119 Folsom 

Buckley Harry, pi'essman with Donald Bruce, 534 

Commercial 
Buclvley Samuel, stage agent, office 208 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 314 Bush 
Buckman Harry L., (Buckman Bros.) dwl Mead 

House 
Butfuni R. v., trimmings and fancy goods, 316 Third 
BULKELEY L. E.. attorney at law, office 603 

Washington, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Burdell Galen, dentist, dwl Lick House 
Burke A. I. «fe Co., (Albert J. Burkej stationery, 

newspapers, etc., 548 Washington 
Burke Albert J., (A. 1. Burke & Co.) dwl NE cor 

Jones aud Filbert 
Burke Alfred I., (A. 1. Burke & Co.; dwl KE cor 

Jones and Filbert 
Burke David, cabinetmaker, 946 Folsom 
Burraeister Chris. H., liquor saloon, E s Main bet 

Mission and Howard 
Burns Francis, fireman City Flouring Mill, dwl 311 

Clementina 
Burr C. A., attorney, office 338 Montgomeiy. dwl 

453 Bryant 
BURR HENRY S., fish, 101 aud 102 California 

Jlarket, dwl International Hotel 
Bushnell W. A., tobacco agency, 338 Montgomery, 

dwl 621 O'Farrell 
BUSWELL ALEXANDER, bookbinder, 422 Com- 
mercial, dwl SW cor Jones aud Union 
Butler Joseph J., watchman U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

Wetmore Place ur Washington 
Byrne Michael, (Landers, B. & Co.) dwl 1214 Clay 
Byrns John, fireman steamer New World, dwl cor 

Green and Kearny 

Cady Dkt.i.\ Mrs., dressmaker, dwl772J Folsom 

CADY WILLIAM J., liquor saloon, SE cor Mont- 
gomery and California, dv.'l 235 Sixth 

Cain Richard, carpenter with Cantrell, Dell & Co., 
dwl 27 Anthony 

CAIRNS JOHN, dwl 1008 Jones 

CALDER ALEXANDER W., dentist, office 629 
Clay 

CALIFORNIA IMMIGRATION UNION, Wil- 
liam H. Martin general agent, office 315 Cal 

CALIFORNIA PLASTER PARIS WORKS, N. 
Criily proptr. NW cor Fremont and Bryant 

Calif'oruia Rectifying and Depurating Co"., office 
425 Battery 

Call Peter, captain schooner Fannie Jane, dwl 1916 
Taylor 

Callahan P. Rev., assistant pastor St. Bridget's 
Church, dwl SW cor Bdwy aud Van Ness Av 

Campbell Murdoch, hardware, 5 Stewart, dwl 318 
Pine 

Cane Patrick, dwl 1014 Pacific 

Carlisle S. H., bookkeeper, dwl .527 Post 

Carney John, stonecutter, dwl cor Harrison aud 
Fourth 

CARR M. D. & CO., (C. A. Mnrdock and C. L. 
Crackborn) book and jobprinters, 532 Clay 

Carrigan Joseph F., boilermaker, dwl 12 Allen 

Carroll James E., (Heathjield, Bogel ^- Go.) dwl 
437 Eddy < 

Carter John W., attorney at law, office room 11, 604 
Merchant 

Carvill Almon D., (Pollard Sr C.) dwl 223 O'Far- 
rell 

Casey Eugene M., plumber with Thomas O'Malley, 
dwl 443 Natoma 

Cassidy Ellen, (widow) dwl 1500 Leavenworth 

Cassidy Mary A. Miss, private school, 1500 Leav 

Cassw'ell George, dwl 614 Mission 

Castle Frederick L., merchant, office 215 Front, dwl 
N 8 Thirteenth bet Mission and Howard 

Cauwet /P/>rre; & Duquesnay, (Charles) proprie- 
tors L'Alouette, office 621 Sansom 

Chamberlain Henry L., dwl 232 Sutter 



E. H. JONES & CO., 116 Sansom Street. Silk and Velvet Ribbons. 



KEDINQTON, HOSTETTER & CO., Agents of Newell's Pulmonary Syrup. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Chanibeiliiin William, merchant, d\vl304 Tliird 
CHAPIN GEORGE W., real estate agent, office 

338 MontfTomerv, dwl 201 Seventh 

CHASE ROBERT *P., physician and surgeon, office 

and dwl 828 Howard 
Chevassus Edward, cashier with Belloc Freres, dwl 

339 Kearny 

Clark Seymour B., (Church Sc G.) dwl 910 Taylor 
Clark Thomas, hostler with Horace R. Covey, dwl 

180 Jessie 
Clarke Mary, ladies' hairdresser, f)23 Howard 
Clarke N. A. Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 132 

B'ourth 
CLAUSSENIUS GEORGE, manager Eclectic 

Life Insurance Co., (N. Y.) office 408 Califor- 
nia, dwl G Telegraph Place 
ClonglT William W., butter, cheese, eggs, etc., 70 

California Market, dwl 327 Kearny 
Cobb David (Edonart Sf C.) dwl 744 Folsom 
Cofran George, contractor and builder, office 328 

Montgomery 
Coggins Paschall, local editor Bulletin, dwl 964 

Mission 
Cogswell Henry D., real estate, office and dwl 610 

" Front 
Cohen Herrmann, importer paintings, engravings, 

etc.. 629 Clay 
Cohen John, niessenger Banking Department 

Wells, Fargo & Co 
Cohn (L. B.) & Marcus (Isaiah) importers and 

jobbers drygoods and gents' furnishing goods, 

121 Sansom 
Cohlman ( William) & Honigsberger, (Solomon) 

furniture, 1436 Stockton 
Cohlman William, (Cohlman Sf Honigsberger) 

dwl 705 Vallejo 
Coker Edward, shipsmith, pier Jl Stewart, dwl cor 

Bryant and Garden 
Cole James H., merchant, dwl 114^ Dora 
Colgate John, laborer, dwl W s Dolores opp Six- 
teenth 
Collie George, (Collie, Steivart & Co.) dwl 1306 

Pine 
COLLIE, (George) STEWART (J. B. M.J & CO., 

commission and shipping merchants, SW cor 

Jackson and Fiont 
CoUischonn Charles, bookkeeper with Belloc Freres, 

dwl 437 Fifth 
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., 

(London) G. O'Hara Taatle general agent, 

office 40i*J California 
Condon Patrick S. (Mahl & C.) dwl 603 Cal 
Cone Jesse B., real estate and business agent, 228 

Montgomery 
Conlin John J., contractor street work and carpen- 
ter, office 614 Market, dwl 130 Clara 
Connecticut Mutual Beneiit Co., P. Beamish agent, 

office 405 Kearnv 
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 

CO., James B. Roberts general agent, office 

315 Cal (see adv. register of names, page 746) 
Conners Jolin, teamster, dwl 210 Minna 
Conolly William J., office Hiberuia Savings and 

Loan Bank, dwl 417 Bryant 
Cooper ^V. W. Mrs., dress and cloakmaker, 128 

Kearny 
Cords David A., clerk, dwl S s Filbert nr Larkin 
Coreu Joseph, trunkmaker, SE cor Post and Kear- 
ny and SW cor Montgomery and Summer 
Corland William, laborer, dwl W s Dolores opp 

Sixteenth 
Corville, Emerson «St Co., Saddle Rock Oysterhouse, 

410 Pine 
Cotter Hannah, boardintr, 1839 Howard 
Covey Harris R., coach and hack stables, 180 Jessie 
COX (J. W.) &. NICHOLS, (A. C'.y commission 
merchants leather, hides, tallow, oil, etc.. 316 
Washington 
Cragc Charles, dresstrimmings, 1005 Foltom 



Crary O. B., /'Mann <& Co.), dwl 204 Montgomery 

Crawley William H., clerk, dwl N s Thirteeuth nr 
Mission 

Creigh J. D., attorney at law, office 535 Clay, dwl 
408 Capp 

Crocker (hanicl C.) «fe Howland, ^M//mm P.) 
market, 1022 Market 

Crocker Daniel C, (Crocker & HowlandJ dwl N s 
Harrison nr Fourth 

Cronin James, barkeeper with John Myers, 311 
Bush 

CROSETT JAMES F., (Harrison Sr C'.Mnd home- 
stead secretary, office 304 Montgomery, dwl 946 
Harrison 

Cross Horace, boots and shoes, 248 Fourth 

Crowly William J., physician, office and dwl 20 
Montgomery 

Cunningham T. M. Rev., pastor First Presbyterian 
Church, dwl 1508 Taylor 

Currier J. C , commission merchant and purchasing 
agent, office 405 Front, dwl 127 Kearny 

Curtice S., paperhanger, basement Masonic Temple 

Curtis Carlton, inspector cigars and tobacco U. S. 
Internal Revenue (and Lake Vineyard Wine 
Co. and R. C. Kirby 4- Co.), dwl S 8 Lom- 
bard bet Powell and Mason 

Curtiss Wilbur, Quincv Hall Clothing Emporium, 
545-549 Wash, dw'l 108 Montgomery Block 

Davis (Daniel) & Lewis, (Isaac) cigars and tobac- 
co, 646 Clay 

Davis Daniel, (Davis Sj- Lewis) dwl 225 Second 

Davis John C, real estate, office 44 and 45 Exchange 
Building, res Oakville, Napa County 

Day George A., patternmaker, 28 Fremont, dwl W 
" 8 Wiishington Avenue nr Twenty-eighth 

Deaves Edwin, wood engraver, 515 Clay, dwl 575 
Bryant 

Denicke C. F. M., importer watches and jewelry, 
410 Montgomery, dwl 228 Bush 

DeRoos Frances Mrs., ladies' nurse, dwl 309 Du- 
pont 

DeRoos Jacob, dwl 309 Dupont 

Deady Cornelius, furniture, 44 Sixth 

Deconrtieux Armand, butcher, 29 San Francisco 
Market, dwl 922 Stockton 

Dees Louis, baker, dwl 1323 Pacific 

Delprat George R., insurance agent, dwl 721 Har 

Demorest Henry E., cattle dealer, dwl E 8 Hyde 
bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Denicke C. F. M., importer watches and jeweh'y, 
410 Montgomery, dwl 228 Bush 

DETRICK E. &. CO., bagmakers, 123 Clay, dwl 
917 Post 

Detrick J. S., superintendent with H. J. Booth & 
Co., dwl 917 Post 

Deutsch Jacob, boot and shoemaker, 1104 Stockton 

Dewing Francis & Co., subscription book agents, 
542 Ciilifornia, dwl 1005 California 

Dickinson Stanhope, dwl 76 Natoma 

Dietrich Louis A., Fashion Saloon, 16 Sutter, dwl 
51 1 Pine 

Dingman George, dwl 90S Clay 

DINKELSPIEL S. B. & CO.', (Joseph Haher) im- 
porters watches, diamonds, etc., 313 Bush 

Doherty John M., picture-framemaker, E s Mason 
nr Green 

Donahue Peter, real estate, dwl 725 Sutter 

Donavan Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Dolores opp Six- 
teenth 

Doogan B. M. Rev., pastor St. Bridget's Church, 
dwl SW cor Broadwav and Van Ness Avenue 

Doolan f William) & Williams, (George N.) gen- 
eral agents Market Fire Ins. Co., office 6 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 

Douglas George W., carpenter Omnibus Railroad, 
dwl 714 Howard 

Dowling T. H., salesman with John C. Heriiiger 
Jr., dwl 527 Pine 



EDWARD BOSQUI & CO., Printers, Leidesdorff st., from Commercial to Clay. 



C. p. VAN 8CHAACK & CO., Nos. 712, 714 and 716, Kearny Street. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES. REMOVALS, ETC. 



Downs John L., tinsmith, dwl S s Thirteenth nr 
Howard 

Doyle f Dennis J & Sweeney, (Patrick) real estate 
' agents, 6-21 Merchant 

Dovle Dennis, f Boyle & Stceeney) dwl 

Driscoll John, laborer, dwl W a Dolores opposite 
Sixteenth 

DUDEN FRERES (William) & CO., (Otto 
Muser) importers laces and embroideries, NW 
cor Battery and Pine 

Dudley Charles A., clerk with A. P. Dudley, dwl 
lO'rS Union 

Dudley Edward T., clerk U. S. B. Mint, dwl 1078 
Union 

Duffy Alexander, laborer, dwl 67 Everett 

Duhlg D. D., liquors, 1114 Folsom 

Dukesberry -, carpenter, dwl 744 Howard 

Duncan William L., stockbroker, ottice 605 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 8.50 Market 

Dnnii Jlichael, laborer, dwl S s Francisco nr Du- 
pont 

Dunne John, porter California Labor Exchange, 
dwl SVV cor Ridley and Fourteenth 

Dussol Gustave, {Belloc Frires) office 411 Wash- 
ington 

Dyer Margaret, (widow) fruits and periodicals, N s 
Sixteenth nr Valencia 

Dyer Eodolphus C, deputy license collector, 7 City 
Hall, dwl NE cor California and Larkin 

Earl Hexry W., veterinary surgeon, S s Jackson 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Easton George W., clerk Occidental Ins. Co., dwl 

943 Howard 
Easton James, cabinetmaker, 1027 Market, dwl 1123 

Mission 
Easton Lizzie B. Miss, assistant teacher Rincon 

Grammar School, dwl 943 Howard 
Easton Oliver W., asphaltum roofer, otfice 316 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 943 Howard 
Easton Wendell, bookkeeper with Madison & 

Burke, dwl 943 Howard 
EBERHARTM'^o/y7/t;& LACHMAN, ^S'.;%vhole- 

eale native wines, SE cor First and Market and 

534 Market 
ECLECTIC LIFE INSURANCE CO., (N. Y.) 

George Claiisennius manager, office 408 Cal 
ECONOMICAL MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 

CO., Leonard & Williams general agents, office 

6 Merchants' Exchange 
Edouart (Alexander) & Cobb, (David) Photo- 
graphic Art Gallery, 504 Kearny 
Edouart Alexander, (Edouart & Gohh) dwl 626 

O'Farrell 
Edwards James, physician, office 226 Sutter, dwl 

102 Powell 
Ehrenwerth Jacob, salesman with Liebert & Mi- 

chaleson, dwl 602 Kearny 
Elder G. S. Mrs., dwl 749 Howard 
Elias Anselm, meat market, 26J Fourth, dwl 405 

Leavenworth 
ELLIOTT ALFRED T., grain merchant, office 411 

C.ilifornia 
Elliott F. A., real estate, bds American Exchange 
Ellis Barnet, dwl 1124^ Folsora 
Ellsworth John, (Sullivan & E.) attorney at law, 

office 21 and 22 U. S. Court Building, resides 

Alameda 
Elmer Marshall, (William P. Harrison & Co./' dwl 

35 South Park 
Elmer Rufus, dwl 35 South Park 
Emerson William L., dwl SE cor Hampshire and El 

Dorado 
Emejy William E., salesman with Treadwell & Co., 

dwl 12 Eleventh 
Engelhard L. A., physician and oculist, office and 

dwl 32G Kearny' 
Englander William, fringe and tasselmaker, 751 

Market, dwl 123 Sixth 



Ensign George H., secretary Lake Tahoe Water 

Works Co.. office 808 Montgomery, Pioneer 

Building, d%vl 1005 Stockton 
Erpelding John &. Co., (John Knoll) brewers, 623 

Brannan, depot 534 Third 
Erpelding John, (Jukn Erpelding t^' Co.) dwl 623 

Brannan 
Excelsior Asphaltum Co., George H. Wilde & Co., 

office NW cor Kearny and Post 

Fabre Bknjamin C, messenger Collector's Office, 

Custom House, dwl 233 Clara 
Fabre Emma M., (widow) dwl744 Howard 
Fair Laura, (widow) dwl 411 Bush 
Fair Michael, laborer, dwl W e Dolores opp Six- 
teenth 
Farnham Edward E., painter, dwl W s Capp bet 

Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Farrell John D., drayman, cor Pine and Front, dwl 

S s Clementina nr Ninth 
Feldmann, (Louis) Simpson (R. W.) & Co., San 

Francisco Brush Factory, 410 Clay, office 317 

Sacramento 
FENKHAUSEN (Amandus) & GERIOHTEN, 

(C. P.) wholesale wines and liquors, 221 Cali- 
fornia 
Fenn Thomas W., agent Napa Soda Works, office 

111 Post, dwl Occidental Hotel 
Ferrand Cyprian, wines and liquors, 536 Broadway, 

dwl California Hotel 
Ferre H. R., salesman with James M. Pattee & Co., 

404 Sansom 
Fifield William H., (Taylor Sr F.) attorney at 

law, office 533 Kearny, dwl 1220 Union 
Fike G. & Co., (Gnstavus Falkenstein) Pacific 

Shirt Factory, 408 Sacramento 
FIRE DEPARtxMENT BOARD FIRE WARD- 
ENS, office 23 Kearny 
FIRE DEPARTMENT CHIEF ENGINEER, 

office 23 Kearny 
Firuwiski Simon, hoop-skirt and corset manufac- 
turer, 34 Second 
Fisher Charles A., (Fisher & Co.) dwl 611 Bush 
Fisher George, attorney at law and commissioner of 

deeds, office SW cor Montgomery and Jackson, 

room 3, dwl 29 Kearny 
Fitch Henry S., real estate broker, dwl 940 Howard 
Fitzpatrick Anthony F., clerk Central & Western 

Pacific R. R., dwl 150 Minna 
Fitzpatrick William G., carpenter 931 Folsom, dwl 

1151 Folsom 
FLANAGAN (James) Ik. MANN, (Samuel S.) 

(and Patrick Flanagan) Newport, Coos Bay 

Coal Co., 413 Pacific 
Flanagan Patrick, (Flanagan & Manri) 413 Pacific 
Fletcher Barney, (colored) janitor Exchange Build- 
ing, dwl 13.30 Broadway 
Flint Milford M., carpenter, 807 Howard, dwl 336 

Clementina 
Flye Reuben, f.7o^« Smith & Co.y dwl 1414 Dupont 
Forde Timothy, wholesale liquors, 407 Battery, dwl 

307 Eddy 
Fos Paul, cutler with JeanOrtet, dwl 223 Leid 
FOSS OSCAR, photographic gallery, 606 Kearny 

(and Ruthranff Sf F.) 
Fox Philo, (Haggett & F.) dwl N s Turk bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Foye AdaHoyt Mrs., test medium, dwl 416 Post 
FRANCIS ANDREW J., livery stable, 126 Fourth, 

dwl U^ Fourth 
Franklin Edward, real estate, office and dwl SW cor 

Montgomery and California 
Eraser A. E., real Estate agent, office 612 Clay 
Eraser Robert, shipwright, dwl 52 Silver 
Freeman Charles J., surveyor, dwl Frank's Bdg 
French Julia A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 514 Duyiont 
FRENCH SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

(Sociele Francaise d'Epargnes et de Prccuy- 

ance Mnhielle) oBive ill Bush 



E. H. JONES & CO., 116 Sansom Street, Fancy Dry Good* 



EEDINGTON, HOSTETTEB & CO., Agents for Hall's Hair Renower. 



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AN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



FULLER ELIZA HOWE, spiritual medium, dwl 

9J5 Market 
FuUerinan Jereminli, expresswHgon, dwl Es Valeu- 

cia bet Twenty fourth aud Twenty fifth 
Fullmer Peter, tailor, dwl S s Chestnut nr Mason 
Funkeustein P., pawnbroker, 36 Kearny, dwl 1113 

Leavenworth 
Fntz Elizabeth Miss, housekeeper with S. A. Mort- 

son, E 8 Capp ur Sixteenth 

GABEL '(Jacob) Si. CO., fJohn P. Berinfr „nd 
John H PajekenJ axle-crease manufacturers, 
yyO Francisco, depot .519 Front (see adv. p. cix) 

GALE J. W. & CO., (Rohert Hall J fruit aud com- 
mission merchants, 325 Davis 

GALLI A. <fc Co.. (Giuseppe One^tiJ commission 
iiicrfliants, XW cor Clav and Sansom 

GANNON riCTER T., ciifars and tobacco, 311 
\\\\A\ and juiKiion Market, Post, and Montgom- 
ery, dwl 7-19 Market 

Garilner Charles, furniture and cabinetmaker, 515 
Third 

Gardner Henry ^., f Rommel, Dohs & Co.) dwl 
f> Ridley 

Gaslan John, toys and willow ware, 1427 Dupont 

Gaudot E. C, groceries aud liquors, NVV cor Park 
Avenue and Brvant 

GEARY WILLIAM, (Redington, Hostetter & Co.) 
dwl 9-2i> Powell 

Geiger J. George, barkeeper, dwl 7 Central Place 

George Robert, bookkeeper Pacific Union Express 
Co., dwl N 6 Clay nr Franklin 

Gerken (T. Diederic'h) &l \\ehher,( Peter TF.; gro- 
ceries and licjuors, SE cor Kearny and Vallejo 

Gerstenberg William, oysterman with Tesmore & 
Stnhr, dwl SE cor Fulton and Octavia 

Giant Cement Co., fC. L. Williams & R. J. Kel- 
hlt) ofl^ice 419 Washington 

Gierlow J. Rev., dwl 300 Stockton 

Gilbert William, laborer, dwl Ws Dolores opp 
Sixteenth 

GILDEMEISTER, f Henry A.) MUECKE (Goit- 
leih) & CO., importers and commission mer- 
chants, 109 Califprnia 

Gillespie James, ( Von Laak & G.) dwl W a Van 
Ness Avenue nr Market 

Gilniore John H., (Gilmore & Van NordenJ dwl 
1609 Mission 

Glassman J., monevbroker, office 445 California 

GLOBE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 
(New Yoik) Mervin Tabor general agent aud 
manager, (i Montgonierv 

GOLDEN GATE HOTEL, Schnutenhaus Bros, 
jiroprietors, 728 Market 

Gold.«tein Jacob II., hooj) skirt factory, 24 Second, 
dwl 1100 Stockton 

Goodall Edwin, (Goodall Sf Nehon) dwl 418 Fre- 
mont 

Gosling James, architect, office 410 Kearny, dwl 
1 10 Stockton 

Gould A. S. & Co., real estate agents, office 407 Cal 

Goyeneche Thomas, commission agent, dwl 157 
Silver 

GraaH' Julius, cigars and tobacco, NE cor Bush and 
Kearny 

Grant Catherine Miss, dressmaker, 914 Market 

Grant Edward, carpenter, dwl 914 Market 

GRANT JOHN, carpenter and builder, office and 
dwl 914 Market 

Greene Joseph W., carpenter, dwl 1715 Powell 

Greeiihood Maurice, commission merchant, office 
315 Davis, dwl 824 Bush . 

Greenwood Monroe, sup't Fire Alai-m and Police 
Telegraph, office Brenham Place, dwl 810 Powell 

Grefl' Adolph, laundry, 1.W4 Stockton 

Greff Josephine, (widow) laundry, 1524 Stockton 

Griffith G. & Co., ( L. R. Alyerh and William H. 
McCormick) Penryn Granite Quarry, Placer 
County, office 930 Market 



Gromotka Vincent, birds and cages, 509 Mont 
Grosslicld Edmund, carrier Call and Bulletin, dwl 

207 Miiuia 
Groves Nathan, dwl Mead House 
Gruenliagen C. H., (C. H. Gruenhagen & Co.) dwl 

1.507 Leavenworth 
Gruenhagen C. H. & Co., (John McCormick and 

W. D. Gruenhagen) San Francisco Wire 

Works, 005 Mission 
Gruenhagen W. D., (C. H. Gruenhagen & Co.) 

dwl 1507 Leavenworth 
Guild L., phvsician, office and dwl 127 Kearny 
Gwin A., dwl 1041 Folsom 

Hackett Edward, dwl 435 Bryant 

Hagel John, laborer, dwl W s Dolores opp Six- 
teenth 

Hagi:ett (Alvah C.) &- Fox, (Philo) agents Lynn 
Boot and Shoe Jlanufacturing Co.', 408 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 1210 Clav 

Hahn John W., sngarboiler S. F. & P. Sugar Re- 
finery, dwl SW cor Eis^hth and Harrison 

Hahn Oscar, fruits, etc., 120 Fourth, dwl 210 Minna 

Hammerschmidt John, barber. 538 Third 

Hananer Moses, boots and shoes, I4O3 Fourth, dwl 
142 Perry 

Haneke George, with E. Wise, dwl 222 Austin 

Harpending's Block, S s Market bet First and 
Second 

Harris James, (Knon-lton & H.) dwl E s Stanford 
bet Brannau and Townsend 

HARRISON CHARLES H.. PhcBnix Oil Works. 
Benecia and Mare Island pilot, office 517 Front, 
dwl 206 Chestnut 

HARRISON (Samnel L.) & CROSETT. (James 
F.) real estate auctioneers, 304 Montgomery 

Hartung Theodore, watchmaker and jeweler, 910 
:\larket, dwl 64 Shii.lev 

HARVEY (Alfred A.) & TURNER. ^ IT Wmw J) 
wood, coal aud brick, East bet Pacific and Jack- 
son 

Haskell J. JI. Mrs., furnished rooms, SW cor Mont- 
gomery and California 

Haskell W. P., dwl 125 Periy 

Hiissett M. C, attorney at law, office 533 Kearny 

Hastings Horace M..ySharpsteiu ^- H.) attorney 
at law, office 402 Montgomery 

Haworth William L., clerk with Jabez P. Clay, 
dwl NW cor Seventeenth and Second Avenue 

Hay H.. dwl 749 Howard 

Hayes Michael, contractor, dwl W s Van Ness Ave- 
nue bet Haves aud Grove 

Ilaynes Edward G., clerk S. F. Post-office, dwl 36 
' Geaiy 

HEATH FIELD, (Edwin) BOGEL (Theodore) & 
CO., (James E. Carroll) importers and vpboie- 
sale druggists, 208 Battery 

Heing Louis, cabinetmaker, dwl 510 Broadway 

Heise Charles Ed\vard, clerk with Charles Baum, 
dwl 221 Powell 

Helms John E A. . groceries and liquors, SE cor 
Stevenson and Seventh 

Heney Richard, furniture, dwl 24 Mary 

Heney William J. & Co., (Richard' Heney Jr.) 
furniture, 751 Market 

Henricb Louis, cutlery, 8 Fourth 

Henrj' Samuel, clothing, boots, and shoes, 1112 Du- 
pont, dwl 905 Filbert 

Hentz Augustus IL, saloon keeper, dwl 10 Ellis 

Heringer John C. Jr., groceries and provisions, NE 
cor Sansnni and Clay 

Herrick E Pliiriliiis 1).', salesman with William W. 
Cloiigh, dwl i:U Jlontgomery 

Iligby William, attorney al law," office 022 Clay, res 
Oakland 

Higgins J. B., attorney at law with O. L. Lane, 603 
Washington, dwl 442 Green 

Higgs W. W. & Co., nsphaltum roofers, office 328 
Montgomery 



EDWARD BOSQUI & CO., Bookbinders, Leidesdorff St., comer of Clay. 



C. p. VAIT SCHAACK & CO., Nos. 712, 714 and 710, Kearny Street. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC 



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Hilton (Henry) Si, Thoip, (Josephj furniture, etc., 
8(34 Folsom 

Hinck Ferdinand, clerk with J. Angeli & Co., 524 
Wiisbington 

Hinckley George E., physician and surgeon, office 
607 Sacramento, dwl W 8 Yerba Buena nr Sac- 
ramento 

Hinds John F., mariner, dwl Twelfth nr Howard 

Hiurichs C. H. & Co., (Frederick \olic7nci/erJ 
Havana and domestic cigars, 318 Commercial 

Hirshtield R., importer jewelry, fancy goods, etc., 
125 Sansom, dwlI32"Penv' 

Hirth Julius, (J. Hirth & Co J dwl 1209 Dnpont 

Hirth Leon, jeweler with Frontier &, Co., dwl 1209 
Dupont 

HohbertL. Miss, dressmaker, 114 Kearny 

Hobbs Frederick, tlour and grain broker, 40 Califor- 
nia, dwl 606 Folsom 

Hoelscher William, (Mausshardt & H.) dwl 832 
Harrison 

Hollahan Frank, secretary Temperance Legion, 
Congress Hall, 320 Bush 

Hollaway Joseph H., carpenter, dwl Twenty-sec- 
ond bet Howard and Folsom 

Hollidav Isaac & Co., (Jesse Jones) wood and coal, 
134' Fifth 

Hollo Hermann, professor music, and agent Weber 
Pianos, 572 Howard 

Holton Joseph P., liquor saloon, 423 Pine 

Honigsberger Solomon, (Uoklman Sf H.J dsyl 414 
Post 

Hoogs Albert F., local agent North America Life 
Ins. Co., 302 Mont, dwl 609 Greenwich 

Hornung Gustave, druggist, dwl 722 Green 

Hortou Charles H., bookkeeper Herald office, dwl S 
B Chestnut nr Mason 

Houghton Frederick T., agent clothes' boiler, office 
310 Clay, res Oakland 

Howe Edward R., mining engineer, office 315 Call' 
fornia room 19, dwl 124 Geary 

Howell Heniy W., boots and shoes, 1319 Pacific 

Howes John, commission and produce and agent 
Booth's Oysters, 506 Sansom 

HOYT (James T.) «& SEARS, ( William H.j attor- 
neys at law, office 302 Montgomery 

Hubbard James F., attorney at law, office 622 Clay, 
dwl 600 Sutter 

HUBERT CHARLES, shipchandler, 517 Davis, 
dwl 15 Stockton 

Hughes H. &. Co., commission and shipping mer- 
chants, office 306 California 

Hunt Clarence M., machinist with E. O. Hunt, dwl 
640 Stevenson 

Hunt David W., machinist with E. 0. Hunt, dwl 
64lt Stevenson 

HUNT EDWIN O., patent windmill, horsepower, 
and pump manufacturer and machinist, 114 and 
116 Spear, dwl 640 Stevenson 

Hunt John, shoemaker, dwl 154 Tehama 

Hydelirt' M. J., (Hydeliff S^ Lincoln) dwl S s Aus- 
tin bet Franklin and Gough 

Hydeliff (M. J.) «& Lincoln, (J. F.) commission 
merchants, 216 Davis 

I.NGRAHAM Isaiah T., teamster Pacific Rolling 
Mills, dwl E s Tennessee nr Twenty-first 

Isaacs Alfred S., messenger Auditor's office, Custom 
House, dwl .527 Post 

Isaacs Hyman, tailor, 858 Folsom 

Jacksox Thomas W., clerk with Hellman Brothers 

&. Co., dwl N s Filbert bet Hyde and Leav 
Jacobisou Israel, glazier, dwl W s Hamilton nr 

Green 
Jacobs Nathaniel, clerk with McAllisters & Bergin, 

dwl 1820 Market 
Jacobson Samuel, drygoods, 669 Howard 
Jaeoby George, cigars and tobacco, 530 Sacramento, 

dwl N s California nr Kearny 



Jaudin R.ioul, clerk French consulate, dwl 908 

Geary 
Jay Wing Wee, (Chinese) physician, 3 Brenham 

Place 
.Jeannin August, bootmaker, 124 Sutter 
Jencks Jared H., carpenter and builder, 813 Market, 

dwl 805 Hayes 
JesBup Isaac M., dwl Brevoort House 
Jobit Fiauk, wines and liquors, 1520 Stockton 
Jobsou Henrv J., merchant, dwl 16 O'Farrell 
Johnson (Tl'iomas) &, Co., (Stephen B. Whipple) 

carpenters, 118 Sutter 
Johnston Francis H., cook with Emerson, Corville 

& CO..4J0 Pine 
Johnston Thomas J. P., pressman with B. F. Sterett, 

dwl 1009 JlasOTi 
Jones Jesse, (Isaac Holliday & Co.) dwl 134 Fifth 
Joost Hermann, commission produce, 410 Clay, dwl 

1304 Montgomery 
JORDAN MORRISi watches, jewelry, diamonds, 

silverware, etc., 411 Montgomery 

KANE A. J., agent Kane's Condensed Soap, 610 
Market 

KANE'S CONDENSED SOAP, Samuel B. Par- 
rish proprietor, office 610 Market 

Karge Ladvslav, clerk with Redincrton, Hostetter «& 
Co., dwl .535 Post 

Kavanasrh R. M., feed, wood, and coal, cor Railroad 
and Fourteenth Avenues, S. S. F 

Keely Peter H., clerk with John J. Harkness, dwl 
SW cor Second and Tehama 

Keller George, ( Waller & K.J dwl Empire Lodg- 
ing House 

Keller Leonard, furniture, 311 Battery, dwl 1020 
Folsom 

Kellett Robert J., (Giant Cement Co.) dwl .357 
Minna 

Kellett Samuel, manufacturer plaster decorations, 
763 Market, dwl 526 Jessie 

Kellnm William C, dentist, office 7 Kearny 

Kelly Edward, physician, office and dwl 640 How 

KENNEDY FRANK, attorney at law, office 504 
Kearny, dwl 619 Stevenson 

KENNEDY L. W., secretary Oriental Fire and 
Marine Ins. Co., office 306 Mont, dwl 816 Bush 

Kenny James, bootmaker, SW cor Fourth and 
Market 

Kerjin Emanuel E., (Kerlin & Moore) dwl Ns 
Minna bet Third and Fourth 

Kerlin (E. R.) & Moore, (William) fruits and veg- 
etables, 27 California Market 

KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., factory cor 
Fourth and Brannan, depot 771 Market 

Kindleberger David, surgeon LT. S. N., Naval Ren- 
dezvous, Government House, dwl 1434 Stock 

King Henry S., barkeeper 210 Fourth, dwl Tehama 
nr Fourth 

Kinnev James F., waiter, dwl 648 Howard 

KIRB'Y R. C. & CO., (Carlton Curtis) manufac- 
turers and dealers leather, office 402 and 404 
Battery, tannery Santa Cruz 

KIRWAN :MARC 'De, leal estate agent, office 208 
Montgomery, dwl 511 Stockton 

Kline Daniel W., machinist, dwl 29 Hawthonie 

KNIGHT DANIEL, (Knii^ht Jf Blanchard) dwl 
304 Third 

KNIGHT (Daniel) & BLANCHARD, fF. H.) 
real estate and house brokers, office 320 Mont- 
gomery (see adv. p. cxii) 

Knoll John, (John Erpeldiug & Co.) dwl 220 
Kearny 

Kuowlton "J. J., (Knoiclton & Harris) dwl Ws 
Larkiu bet Green and Union 

Knowlton (J. J.) <fe Harris, (.James) Pacific Ink 
Factory, N s Biannau bet First and Second 

L'ALOUETTE, (French, weekly) Cauwet & 
Duquesnay editors, office 621 Sansom 



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LA SOLIDARITE MUTUAL PROTECTIVE 
ASSOCIATION, S\V cor Mont and Jackson 

Lacliman Julius, (Wekxer & L.J dwl Natoiua ur 
. Sixth 

LADXER LOUEXTZ, coffee dealer, 913 Stock 

LAKFEKTY HENRY A., newspaper ageut, dwl 
tiJl Bush 

Laidley Henry, merchant, dwl 515 Bush 

Laine Richard W., U. S. deputy marshal, dwl 6G3 
Howard 

LAKE TAHOE AND SAN FRANCISCO WA- 
TER WORKS CO., oHice SOS Montgomery 

Lamb Freeman B., manufacturer Pioneer Washer, 
231 Second, dwl N s Bernal Hights W San 
Brnno Road 

Landers David, (Landers, Byrne 4" Co.) dwl 7 
O'Farrell 

LANDERS, (David) BYRNE (Michael) & CO., 
drygoods. 4 Third 

Laudcfs Miihael, (Blount, L. & Co.) Awl cor Bush 
. and Lyon 

LANDRY NORBERT, office 611 Commercial, dwl 
1421 Sacramento 

LANDSBERGER I. & CO., (Arpad Haraszthy) 
manufacturers champagne and dealers native 
wines, -123-429 Jackson 

Lane D. J., bootmaker, 1144 Folsom ' 

Lane Edward P., clerk, dwl 449 Minna 

Latham James, carpenter, dwl NE cor Howard 
and Sixteenth 

LATHROP H. D. Rev., rector Church of the Ad- 
vent, dwl 304 Stockton 

Lawler Thomas H., (Thomas H. Laicler cj- Co.) 
dwl 12 Downey 

Lawler Thomas H.'& Co., (M. J. Blackman) wood 
and coal and agents Green's Line Sonoma Pack- 
ets, NW cor Market and East 

Lederer Simon W., ladies' dress trimmings, 18 
Kearny, dwl 609 Jones 

Leighton John A., foreman machinists S. F. &, San 
Jose R. R., dwl W s Shotwell nr Fifteenth 

Lengert M. A., wagonmaker, 134 Fifth, dwl 447 
Tehama 

LEONARD EPHRAIM W., (Leonard Sj- Williams) 
and recorder city and county, dwl Lick House 

LEONARD (Epluaim Wj & WILLIAMS, 
(George y.) general agents Economical Life 
Ins. Co., office 6 Merchants' Exchange 

Leopold Henry, birds, 613 Kearny 

Levy David, clerk with Davis jfc Lewis, dwl 312 
Minna 

Levy Israel, merchant, dwl 633 O'Farrell . 

Liebermann Theodore, ( Liebermann & Co.) dwl 
313 Eddy 

Liebermann ( Tltcodore) &. Co., (Simon A. Peyser) 
jobbers fancy goods, 25 Sansom 

Liebert ( ) & Michaleson, /'Jacoiy cigars and 

tobacco, NE cor Kearnv and Sacramento 

LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, William 
J. Pettigrew superintendent PaciBc Division, 
502 Montgomery (see advertisement, page 2) 

Lincoln J. F., (Hydeli.f & L.J dwl 1620 Bush 

Lochbaura M., pork butcher New Clay St. Market 

Loewenstein Gotthold, tailor, 44 Fourth, dwl 20 
Perry 

Lohmann William, general agent Tentonia Life In- 
surance Co., (Chicagoi office SW cor Cal and San 

Loiseau P. Mme., French laundry. 804 Mission 

Lorillard Fire Insurance Co. of N. Y., Hlount, Lan- 
ders & Co. general agents, office NWcor Mont- 
fomery and Sacramento 
Henry A., hairdresser with H. Sonneufeld, 
dwl .'j25 Post 

LOUDER HACK ANDREW A., live stock dealer, 
dwl 336 Eddy 

Luco Juan M., real estate, office 49 Monl. Block 

Lunt Oliver A., dancing academy, Union Hall 
Building, dwl 912 Howard 

Lusk Albert, (A. Liisk tfc C'w.y dwl 715 Broadway 



Lyons Willinni, undertaker with James McGinn, 

dwl t)/5 Howard 
Lyster Fred., teacher music, dwl 139 Silver 

JIackie J. Wylie, (Andrews Sf 21.) dwl 566 How 

Mag;iry John E., real estate agent, office 539 Cali- 
fornia, dwl W s Fair Oaks bet Twenty-fifth and 
Twentv-sixth 

MAGEE, '(.I. A.) MOORE (A. W.J &. CO., (J. 
A. Magee .Jr.) shoe manufacturers' goods, 228 
California 

Magee John A. Jr., (Magee, Moore & Co.) dwl 836 
^[ission 

JIaggs George, fruits, 2.50 Eighth 

Maher Ann, (widow) dwl 63 Everett 

Maher Dennis, printer, dwl 63 Everett 

Mahl Otto, (Mahl & Condon) dwl SW cor Mason 
and Chestnut 

Mahl (Otto) & Condon, (P. S.) wheat beer saloon, 
603 California 

Maloney Cornelius, wines and liquors, NW cor Sec- 
ond and Natoma 

Mancarini Damani, manufacturer of figures and 
statuary, 12J Fourth 

MANCUSI G., professor music, dwl 819 Mont 

Mann Samuel S., (Flanagan <& M.J 413 Pacific 

Maranda Octave, harnessmaker, 421 Sansom, dwl 
1412Dupont 

Marina J. de Sta, stockbroker, office 3:52 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 1202 Folsom 

MARKET FIRE INSURANCE CO., (of New 
York) Doolau & Williams general agents, office 
6 Merchants' Exchange 

MARKS J. J. & CO., (James P. and Thomas E. 
Marks) shipchandlers, 56 Clay 

MARPE WILLIAM F., groceries and liquors, NE 
cor Pine and Dupont, dwl 527 Pine 

Martin fDaniel S.J & Co., (Charles A. MalmJ 
trnnkmakers, NE cor Montgomery and Bush 

MARTIN WILLIAM H., general agent California 
Immigration Union, office 315 California, dwl 
914 Jackson 

MATTHEWS WILLIAM, attorney at law, office 
535 Clay 

Matthias Lewis, groceries and liquors, SW cor Du- 
pont and Union, dwl 420 Union 

Maurer J. C, (Maurer & Seelcy) dwl American 
Exchange 

MAURER '(.I. C.) & SEELEY, (J. W.) meat 
market, 8U7 Howard 

Mauri Andreas, (Mauri Brothers) res New York 

Mauri Brothers (Joaquin and Andreas Mauri) 
importers corks and corkwood, 223 Sacramento 

Mauri Joaquin, (Mauri Bros.) bds Russ House 

Maxwell George N., dwl 1911 Stockton 

Mayer Jules, (E. G. Lyons & Co.) dwl 328 Tyler 

Mayhew Elizabeth A. Mrs., niilirner and dress- 
maker, NW cor Kearny and Washington, dwl 8 
Kearnv 

MAYNE CHARLES, real estate and president 
Market Street R. R., office 411 AVashington 

Mayou T. C, (Mayon Sf Co.) dwl SW cor How- 
" ard and Seventh 

Mayon (T. U.) & Co., (T. C. Mayon) drugs and 
apothecaries, SW cor Howard and Seventh 

Mayon T. H., physician (and T. U. Mayon & Co.) 
"office and dwl 413 Kearny 

McAran James, cigars and tobacco, 818 Howard, 
dwl 7 15 Market 

McCorniick John, (C. H. Gruenhagen & Co.) dwl 
Missitm nr New Montgomery 

McGloughlin Michael, laborer, dwl Ws Dolores opp 
Sixteenth 

McGraw Edward W., (McGrau- ^ Tripp) dwl 431 
Fourth 

McKay George P., melerman S. F. Gas Co., dwl 
4.53 Tehama 

MlcLeish Joseph, captain steamer Roscoe, dwl Occi- 
dental Hotel 



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McLeod D. W., <kpositarv American Tract Society, 

757 Market, dvvl 1712 Clav 
McMackiu James, (Morrill & 'Co.) dwl 1212 Jack 
McMahon Mara;nerite Mrs., trimmings, 246 Fourth 
McNear George W., (McNear <£ Brother J dwl 1039 

Folsom 
McQuade C. L. Miss, dressmaker, 137 Montgomery 
McQnade John, laborer, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Va- 
lencia 
McQuade J. P. & Co., f Samuel C. Nathan) butter, 

cheese, eggs, etc., 29 Occidental Market 
McWorthy Franklin J., real estate agent, 332 Monl- 

f ornery, dwl 914 Howard 
Walter, printer, dwl 631 Sacramento 

Mecartnev Amos, merchant, dwl 609| Howard 

MEEKS "WASHINGTON, attorney at law, office 
53b Washington, dwl 31 Hawtliorue 

Mejasson Leon, attorney for Abel Guy, office 411 
Washington, dwl 42"l^ Post 

Melsted Minna Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 127 Fourth 

Melvin Isabella Miss, dressmaker, 137 Jlontgomerv 

MERCANTILE AGENCY, J. M. Bradstreet & 
Son proprietors, George E. Rogeys superintend- 
ent, office 313 California 

Merritt Stephen F., clerk 64 California Market, dwl 
650 Howard 

MEUSSDORFFER J. C. & BRO., {Martin Mens- 
dorffer) importers and jobbers hats, cape, and 
hatters' materials, NE cor Montgomery and 
Bush, and retail 647 Washington 

Merz William, groceries and liquors, SE cor Sutter 
and Powell ' 

Michaelson Jacob, (Liebert & M.J dwl 602 Kearny 

Middleton John M., engineer, dwl N s Clementina 
nr Third 

Miesel Jacob, driver American Bakery, dwl 1325 
Pacific 

Miller Henry R., dwl 923 Bush 

Miller Jacob F., bookkeeper with Moron & Walker, 
dwl 29 Clara 

Mission Street Extension Homestead Association, 
office 606 Merchant 

Mitchell Fiank, liquor saloon, 210 Fourth, dwl Te- 
hama nr Fonrtn 

Mitchell George N., f Mitchell & Bell J dwl 104 
Eighth 

Mitchell Owen D., cigars and tobacco, 617 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 904 Kearnv 

Mitchell \i. & Co., (Richard D. Mou-ry) poultry 
and game, 103 aud 104 California Market 

Mitchell'Richard, (R. Mitchell Sf Co.) dwl Sansom 
bet Filbert aud Greenwich 

Malony Patrick, tinsmith, 872 Folsom 

MOLLOY JOHN, produce, commission, and groce- 
ries, 54 Clav, dwl 425 O'Farrell 

MONTEITH THOMAS, agent Albany (Oregon) 
Steam Flour Mills, office'315 Davis, res Oakand 

Montell C. F., meat market, 125 Second 

MOON GEORGE C, real estate dealer, office NE 
cor Mont and Sac, dwl SW cor Clav and Jlout 

Moore Alfred S., clerk 211 Cal, dwl 41.5 Eddv 

Moore Arthur W., (Magee, M. & Co.) dwl 836 
Mission 

Moore John A., (Mn^ee, M. Sf Co.) res New York 

Moore Nathaniel, (Moore, Rainey & Co.) res New 
York 

Mooi-e (Xathajiiel J Rixiney (William J Si, Co., diy- 
goods, 105 Batterv 

Moore William, (Kerlin & il/.;dwl Whitehall Ex- 
change 

Morehouse George W., (Morehouse & O'Brien) dwl 
102 Post 

MOREHOUSE (George IV.) & O'BRIEN, (Fra7ik 
H.) " Office " liquor saloon, 550 Clay 

Morgan George G. W., assistant special agent, 
Custom House, dwl 742 Harrison 

MORGAN THOMAS W., civil engineer and sur- 
vev'T, office .528 California, dwl E s 31is9ion 
bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 



Moron Benjamin (Moron Sf Walker) dvvl 1524 Du- 
pont 

MORON (Benjamin) &, WALKER, (H. W.) 
commission merchants, 521 and 523 Sansom 

Morris William A., tailor, dwl E s Shotwell bet 
Fitteenth aud Sixteenth 

Morrow William, clothfinisher M. & P. Woolen 
Mills, dwl NE cor Sixteenth and Howard 

Morse Elijah, contractor, dwl 548 Natoma 

Morse Frank F., agent Maltby Oysters, 542 Cal 

Moses William E., (E. Bishop & Co.) dwl 208 Sec- 
ond 

Mossemann Christian, wholesale and retail native 
wines, SE cor Sutter and Kearny, dwl 8i>3 Mis- 
sion 

MOULDER ANDREW J., secretary Board Re- 
gents University California, office 414 Califor- 
nia, dwl 610 O'Farrell 

Mowrv Richard D., (R. Mitchell &■ Co.) dwl 16 
O'Farrell 

Murphy Bros., (Daniel W. and Dennis) grocea'ies 
and liquors, NE cor Sixteenth and Howard 

Murphy Dennis, upholstery, 246 Fourth, dwl NE 
cor Foui'th and Tehama 

Murphy Edward M., importer, dwl 932 Montgomery 

Murphy P. H., metalroofer and jobber, SE cor Fol 
som and Eiijhth 

MURRAY HENRY B., superintendent San Fran- 
cisco Package Express Co., office 211 California, 
dwl 305 Kearnv 

MURTHA FRANCIS D., liquor saloon, NE cor 
Market and Spear 

Nagle Henry H., general collector, office 536 Mar- 
ket, dwl 21 Powell 

Nash Jonathan M., confectioner, 336 Third, dwl 918 
Vallejo 

Nathan Samuel C, (J. P. McQuade i.^ Co.) dwl 327 
Union 

National Life Insurance Co. N. Y., Blount. Landers 
& Co. general agents, office NW cor JMoulgom- 
ery and Sacramento 

Nesbitt William, liquor saloon, 423 Pine 

Newbauer Solomon, clerk with Peter T. Gannon, 
dwl 630 Minna 

Newman James, (Bass, N. & Co.) dwl 1432 Mission 

Newman John, salesman with R. H. McDonald & 
Co., dwl 13 Hampton Place 

Niese Fred., fruit and confectionery. 978 Harrison 

Niles Alonzo W., driver with W." K. Dietiich,dwl 
1508 Sacramento 

Noble Thomas H., liquor saloon, NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Washington, dwl 508 Folsom 

Noel Alphonse, mining secretary, office 419 Califor- 
nia, dwl 835 Clay 

Nolan Patrick, groceries and liquors, NW cor Na- 
toma and Mary 

Noltemeyer Frederick, (C. H. Hinrichs & Co.) dwl 
E 8 Octavia bet Fell and Littleton 

Norcross Wesley F. , collector New Age, 325 Jlont 

Nugent Patrickj laborer, dwl S s Chestnut ur Mason 

O'Brie.v Frank H., (Morehouse 4 O'B.) dwl 8 

Margaret Place 
O'Brien James, baker with Sage & Brind, dwl SW 

cor Third aud Perry 
O'BRIEN J. J. & CO., (Julius Samuels) dry- 
goods, 606 Market and 7 Post 
ODOHERTY GEORGE, official reporter Twelfth 

District Court, office 631 Sac, dwl 612 T.iylor 
O'Gradv Thomas, conductor Central Railroad, dwl 

1004 Bryant 
O'Halloran Florence, lamplighter with S. F. Gas 

Co., dwl 326 Tehama 
O'Neill Eliza Mrs., seamstress, dwl E s Dupont nr 

Chestnut 
O'Neill Felix, billiard-tablemaker, dwl Laskie nr 

Mission 
O'Loughlin Coleman P., barkeeper, 515 California 



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O'Sullivan Johu E., surveyor, dwl S s Chestnut nr 

Oderliclit Wilhelm, tailor, dwl 433 Greenwich 

Olquist John & Co., machinists, W s Main bet 
Market and Mit<sion 

Orendr)it Frederick H., physician, office and dwl 
5'J3 Kearnv 

ORIENTAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE 
CO., John Bell president, S. W. Kenned}' sec- 
retary, office 30t) Montgomery 

Pajeken J. H., (Gabd Sf Co.) 319 Front 

Pardow Alfred A., attorney at law, office 411 Cali- 

forniii, dwl 10-25 Hyde 
Patten Edward M., auctioneer, 231 Kearny, dwl 624 

Ellis 
Patten Stephen W., clerk 231 Kearnv, dwl 624 Ellis 
PE.AHODY W. B. 0., architect,' and secretary 
Tax-payers Union, office 302 Montgomery, dwl 
518 Lombard 
Peckbam Geori^e W., cabinetmaker, dwl E s Four- 
teenth nr Mission 
Peiser N., fnr glove and cap manufacturer, 619 Sac 
Peufield William H., clerk Merchants' Exchange, 

dwlSll Vallejo 
Perk in.< Robert G., office 636 Clay, dwl 345^ Third 
Perrin Edward B., real estate agent, office -539 Cali- 
fornia, dwl W 8 Folsom bet Twenty-tirst and 
Twenty-second 
Perrv Benj. F., plasterer, 11 Post, dwl 475 Jessie 
PEXTIGKEW WILLIAM J., superintendent Pa- 
cific Division Life Asssociation of America, 
o...ce 502 Montgomei-y, res Oakland. — (See ad- 
vertisement page 2) 
Pettinos George F., teacher music, dwl SW cor 

Second and Silver 
Phelan Michael J., fFhelan& Co.j dwl 72 First 
PHELAN (Michael J.J &, CO., lithographers, 

office SE cor Sacramento and Leidesdorff 
Philippe .J. M., porter with Belloc Freres, 41 1 Wash 
Phillips Joseph H., bricklayer, dwl N s Thirteenth 

nr Mission 
Piouer Christian D., truss manufacturer. Ill Natoma 
Pioneer Clothing Manufactory, Simon Reinsiein 

proprietor, 805 Howard 
Placer Gold Mining and Canal Co., (Placer County) 

office 802 Howard 
Plnnkett Lucy Mrs., millinery, 140 Fourth, dwl 318 

Clementina 
Pollack M.. f Marcus ^ P.) dwl 42 Sixth 
Power William H. & Co., fH. G. Strachan) com- 
mission and shipping merchants, office 30(5 Cal 
Powers John .Milton, dwl 212 Dupont 
Pleasants Stephen W., clerk 539 Cal, dwl 225 Bush 
Polastri Romeo, watchmaker and jeweler, 427 

Washington 
Port Panli^^o Vineyard and Land Co., office 620 Clay 
Piager Brothers, '(Lewis and Hyman M.) clothing 

and furnishing goods, 823 Kearny 
Prager Hyman M., ( Prager BrotliersJ dwl 819 

Kearny 
Prairer Lewis, (Prnser Brotkers) dwl 819 Kearny 
Price Heiny F., salesman with E. A. Fargo, dwl 

922 .Minna 
Prindle Benjamin A., booHkeeper with George D. 

3Iorse, dwl 443^ Natoma 
Purdv J. Elbridge, bookkeeper with Russell & 

Erwin .Manuf. Co., dwl 1217 Polk 
Putnam Stephen, book agent, dwl 1107 Pine 

Quay Joseph M., clerk Union Club, d'wl 910 Taylor 
Queen James, collector with John McCombe, 'dwl 

NW cor Stockton and Ellis 
Quirk William J., jeweler with Braverman & Levy, 

dwl 1107 Pine 

Rafferty John P., furniture, 783 Market 
Rainey William, (Morse, R. 4- CoJ dwl NW cor 
Ciay and Broderick 



Randolph William C, (Anderson d R.J il-2 Mont 

Raynor C. W.. teacher music, dwl 215 Kearny • 

Read M. S. Mrs., shoulder-braces and. supporters, 
767 Howard 

Read William S., dentist with A. W. Calder, 629 
Clay, dwl 607 Pine 

Readv W. W., office 637 Kearnv, bds Cosmopolitan 
Hotel 

Redewill A., canvasser with H. H. Bancroft & Co., 
dwl 120 Fourth 

Reynolds Thomas H., deputy clerk Board Supervi- 
sors, dwl 1410 Leavenworth 

Richardson Charles M., agent Eastern manufactu- 
rers, (gas fixtures) office 421 Kearny, dwl 31 
Second 

Rightmire A. D., contractor, dwl SE cor Folsom 
and Fremont 

RILEY (Thomas I). J & VEST, (Georfrcjh&v and 
grain, 569 and 571 Market and NE cor Spear 
and Harrison 

Ringstrom P. R., bookkeeper Bank California 

Rippe Hermann, barkeeper with Johu Myers, dwl 
318 Pine 

RISSER ADOLPH L., broker and commission 
mei chant, 209 Clay, dwl 1302 Pine 

RIVAS ISAAC, pliysician and surgeon, and Consul 
for Jlexico. office 641 Wash, dwl 6.>5 Wash 

ROBERTS JAMES B., general agent Connecticut 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., office 315 California, dwl 
.572 Har (see adv. register of names, pa-^e 746) 

ROGERS GEORGE E., superintendent mercantile 
agency J. M. Bradstreet & Son, office 313 Cal- 
iforuia 

Rofjers George W., engineer, dwl 7 O'Farrell 

ROHRLE CHARLES C, wines and liquors, NE 
cor Sansom and Clay, dwl Bav View Road 

RO.MMEL, (GustaveJ DOHS (CharlesJ &, CO., 
(Henry E. Gardner J carriagemakers, 926 Har 

Rosenblatt Barnet, barber, dwl E 8 Folsom nr 
Fremont 

ROSS C. L., local a^ent Brooklyn Life and Pacific 
Insurance Co's, dwl 708 Railroad Avenue 

Rourke Patrick, (Ryan cfc R.J dwl 104 Fourth 

Russell Marv Ann, (widow) dwl S s Bay foot Jones 

Ruthrauff Alonzo T., ( Ruthrauff Sf FossJ dwl N 
s Thirteenth bet MiRsion and Valencia 

RUTHRAUFF (Alonzo T.J 6l FOSS, (OscarJ 
importers plioto-rraphic materials, 410 Kearny 

Ryan G. E.jRyan dt Rourke J dwl 104 Fourth 

Ryan (G. JE.J & Rourke, i Patrick J hams and ba- 
con, 104 Fourth * 

Ryan Michael, barkeeper, 818 Howard, dwl 7 Ade- 
laide Place 

Ryer Washington M., phvsician, office and dwl 102 
Post 

Sabatie p. G., commercial broker, office 120 Front, 

dwl 420 Geary 
Sage (L. E.J & Brind, (Caleb J- bakery, 16 Fourth 
Sage L. E., (Sage & BnndJ dwl Stevenson bet 

Third and Fourth 
Samish Robert, porcelain painter, 131 Kearny, dwl 

215 Kearny 
Sali Raphael, clerk 430 Kearny, dwl 506 Du{)ont 
Samuel Joseph, crockery and glassware, 210 Second 

and 315 Fifth 
S.\N FRANCISCO HERALD, (dady and weekly) 

San Francisco Hei'ald Co. publishers, office 522 

Montgonierv 
SAN FRANCISCO PACKAGE EXPRESS CO., 

Holland Smith president, Theodore A. Mudge 

secretary and treasurer, Henry B. Murray super- 
intendent, office 211 Califorida 
San Fr.mcisco Water Co., office 29 Merchants' 

Exchange 
San Francisco Wire Works, C. II. Gruenhagen &. 

Co. proprietors. 665 Mission 
San Mateo City Homestead Association, office 208 

Montgomery 



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Sands John, edtre-toolorrinder and polisher, N s 
Drnram bet Cal and Sac, dwl 28 Tehama 

Sarrail Patrick, wines and lifjuors, 1806 Powell. dwl 
829 Greenwich 

Sawdon William, sewing-machinemaker, cor Fifth 
and Howard 

Sawyer Frederick A., attorney at law, office 804 
Montgomery 

Scberrebeck Thomas, carpenter, 931 Folsom, dwl 
550 Minna 

Schlesinsfer Oscar, merchant, dwl 128 Silver 

Schoeu Louis, barber, dwl 1321 Pacific 

Scholfield William G., clerk with Basaelt & White, 
dwl .523 Pine 

Sears William H., (Hoyt & S.) attorney at law, 
office 302 Mont, dwl Mission nr Twenty-second 

Seeley J. N., ( Muurtr ^ S.J dwl Russ House 

Servenay A. O., dwl 414 Jones 

Shaddock Thomas, picture dealer, 805 Market 

Shannon Maiy,. (widow) ladies' nurse, dwl 630 
Green 

Shardin J. P., dwl 1208 Folsom 

Sharkev James F., marble works, 33 Geary, dwl 
120*6 Folsom 

SHARPSTEIN fJokn P.J & HASTINGS, {Horace 
My attorneys at law, office 13 and 15, 402 Mont 

Sheahan Timothy & Co., manufacturers umbrellas 
and parasols. 128 Poet, dwl 127 Second 

Shourds George W., wood engraver, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 

Silvestri Achille, fBoiialdi & S.J dwl 21 Wash 

Simpson Cyrus H., carpenter, dwl 636 Howaud 

SMALL M. P., brevet brig.-gen. Chief Commissary 
Department California, and depot and purchas- 
ing commissary office 565 Mai'ket, dwl cor Tay- 
lor and Eddy 

Smith G. Frank, attorney at law, office 411 Califor- 
nia, dwl 932 Clay 

SMITH HOLLAND, president San Francisco Pack- 
age Express Co., office 211 California, dwl 
7(34 Powell 

Smith John, (.John Smith & Co. J dwl 737 Green 

Smith John «fe Co., (Reuben D. FlyeJ wood and 
coal, 223 Post 

Smith f.juhn H.J &. Cummings, (Henry J groceries, 
liquors, and fruits, SE cor Sixth and Shipley 

Snook John A., oysterman with Tesmore & Stuhr, 
dwl W s Bartlett bet Tweuty-tifth and Twenty- 
sixth 

SONNENFELD H., hairdressing saloon, 403 Pine, 
dwl 525 Post 

Stanton William, bootmaker, 909 Folsom 

Steamer G. A., (Wnth & S.) dwl SE cor Sixth and 
Clementina 

Steinbach Antoine, saloon, 425 Bush 

Stepper Marcus, (Stepper & Pollack J dwl 1011 Fol 

Stepper (Marcus I & Pollack, (M.) liquors, 42 Sixth 

Stern Jacob, salesman 14 Batteiy, dwl 317 Powell 

Sterns S. A., millinery and fancygoods, 118 Fourth 

Stewart J. B. M., (Collie, S. 4' Co. J dwl 1109 
Folsom 

Stuhr Henry, (Tesmore & S.J dwl 7 Adelaide 
Place 

Sullivan Dennis, groceries and liquors, NE cor Fifth 
and Tehama, dwl 345 Fourth 

Sullivan John Francis, housepainter with Joseph 
Wagener, dwl E s Dupont nr Chestnut 

Sullivan Patrick, livery stable, 915 Folsom 

Summers Henry, insurance agent, dwl 609 Sac 

Swain Sarah Mrs., professional nurse, dwl 1419 Tay- 
lor 

Sweeney Patrick, (Boyle & S.J dwl SWcor Sixth 
and Brannan 

SWEETT (Georse W.) &. GADSBY, (Elijah H.J 
paints, oils, glass, etc., 585 Market 

Swift Edward, local agent Equitable Life Insurance 
Co., dwl 745 Folsom 

Swigert Adam, plumbing and sheetiron worker, 
Howard nr Eleventh 



Taber Isaiah W., artist with Bradlev «fc Rulofson, 
dwl 205 Taylor 

Taber James W., clerk with Phillins, Tab'er & Co., 
dwl NE cor Folsom and Secona 

Talbot Charles, cigars and tobacco, 1.30 Kearny, 
dwl 215 Kearny 

Taylor Edward W., (Taylor ^V Fi/ieldJ dvrl3S2 
Brannan 

TAYLOR (Edward W.J ^ FIFIELD, (William 
H.J attorneys at law, office 533 Kearny 

Taylor Frank F., attorney at law, office .o02 Mont- 
gomery, room 1, dwl 335 Geary 

TAX-PAYER'S UNION, W. B. O. Peabody sec- 
retary, office 302 Montgomery 

TEMPERAN'CE MIRROR AND DIRECTORY, 
Andrews & Mackie editors and proprietors, 
office 204 Montgomery 

Tesmore Solomon ( Tesmore & Stuhr J dwl cor Du- 
pont and Ashburton Place 

TESMORE (Solomonj Si, STUHR, (HenryJ 
wholesale and retail oysters, 57-.5y Cal Market 

Teutonia Life Insurance Co., (Chicago) Wm. Loh- 
mann, general agent, office SW cor Cal and San 

Thai Marcus M., clerk with H. B. Atkins, dwl 502 
Leavenworth 

Thompson J., brickmason, dwl 1046 Howard 

Thyes John B., Folsom Hotel, 1135 Folsom 

Tietjen J. H., gi-oceries and liquors, 415 Brannan 

TIFFT EDWARD W., house joiner, 807 Howard, 
dwl 336 Clementina 

Tide Land Reclamation Co., office 636 Clay 

TODD A. H., commission merchant, NE cor Sac 
and Davis, dwl SW cor Market and Ellis 

Townsend George W., barkeeper 682 Market, dwl 
NE cor Washington and Dupont 

Trask James, broker, office 539 Cal, dwl 017 Post 

Traver Brothers, (Miles E. and George W.J sub- 
scription book agents, 405 Keai'ny 

Trenschel Albert, with August Trenschel, dwl 944 
Folsom 

Trenschel August, liquor saloon, (and August 
Trenschel & Co. J 944 Folsom 

Trenschel August Jr., painter, dwl 944 Folsom 

Truman Benjamin C, correspondent New York 
Times, dwl Occidental Hotel 

Turner David C, bootmaker, 122 Fifth 

Turra D. M., chiropodist, 523 Kearny 

tiHLHoR.v John F., stockbroker, office 437 Cal 

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE 
ASSESSOR, office 419 California 

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE 
COLLECTOR, office 415 California 

Urruela Juan, consul for Guatemala, office 409 Bat- 
tery, dwl 1018 Stockton 

Ustick William L., mining secretary, office 716 
Montgomery, dwl 520 Third 

Van- Tassell Theodore, collector Pacific Insur- 
ance Co., dwl E s Howard nr Twenty-first 

Ver Mehr John M., bookkeeper with Phillips, Taber 
& Co., dwl SWcor Sutter and Larkiu 

Vincent Albert, carpenter, dwl 1133 Folsom 

Vogel Dora, (widow) dressmaker, dwlS s Chestnut 
nr Mason 

Von Ette Charles, dancing academy, Mozart Hall, 
dwl 805 Bush 

Wa Lu.vg, slipper manufacturer, 611 Commercial 
Wainwright Arnold F., clerk, dwl Russ nr Howard 
Walker H. W., (Moron Sf W.J dwl 
Walker John T., attorney at law, office 3.38 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 621 Bush 
Walker S., portrait painter, studio 232 Sutter 
Walkup William D., map and chart mounter, .540 

Clay, dwl 909 Ho\^fard 
Walter Martin, (Walter & Keller J dwl 627 Com 
Widter (Martin) & Keller, (GeorseJ Rhine Fall 
Beer saloon, NW cor Clay and Dupont 



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Ware N. A., physician, office and dwl 24t) Third 

WASOX ARCHIHALD, fWaso,i & MorrisJ '\vf\ 
NE ciir Greenwicii and Taylor 

Webber Edward, carpenter, 506 Sixth 

Webber Peter W., fGerkoi ^ W^.; dwl SE cor 
Kearnv and Vallejo 

Wehser (Henry A.j &. Lachman, C Julius J cabinet- 
inalierb, 3J8 Sixth 

Weidenreich Solomon, fl. Zacharias & Go.) dwl 
643 Vallejo 

West David W., scrollsawyer, dwl 526 Sixth 

Wetherell John H., clerk with John R. Hnghes, 
dwl 13 Kearny 

Weule Herman, watchmaker, room 6, 604 Merchant 

White Michael, furniture and crockery, 974 Folsoni 

White Kicliard, drug clerk with Dr. G. H. Clapp, 
dwl SE cor Howard and Sixth 

White William H., (AUyne & W.) 123 California 

Wbitford Amanda E. Mrs., physician, 258 Eighth 

Whitney Ami, bookkeeper with James F. Crosett, 
dwi 6(J8 Pine 

WHITNEY JOSIAH D. Prof., State geologist, 
office yi Montgomery Block, dwl -tJ? Turk 

Whittemoie D. H., attorney at law, office .302 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Mission lir Twenty-second 

Wilde George H. & Co., Excelsior Asphaltum Co., 
office NW cor Kearny and Post 

WILDER DAVID, clerk California Dry Dock Co., 
dwl Lick House 

Williams Albert Rev., real estate, dwl 919 Stockton 

Williams Charles L., (Giant Cement Go.) dwl Cos- 
mopolitan Hotel 

WILLIAMS, (Henry B.J BLANCHARD (Henry 
F.J & CO., (G. B. Mor^anJ shipping and com- 
mission merchants, 218 California 

Williams John B., shipping and forwarding mer- 
chant, office 413 Montsfomery 

WILSON CHARLES &''C0., LaGrande Saloon, 
610 Market and II Post 



WILSON J. Y. & CO., butchers, 512 Market and 

15 Sutter 
Wilson V. Y., salesman with Hewes & Richards, 

dwl 1123 Stockton 
Winchester R. F., physician, office and dwl 719 

Market 
Windsor Phineas, dwl 8 O'Farrell 
WINGARD THO.MAS B., secretary Lynn Boot 

and Shoe Co., office 403 California, dwriti27 Clay 
Wise Elbert, hardware and agricultural implemeuls, 

NW cor Battety and Sac, dwl 222 Austin 
Wolf Hyman E., clothing and drygoods, 907 

Kearny 
Woiiff Kainfr Yot, (Chinese) physician, 744 ^ Wash 
Wood S. Heber, salesman 223 ilontgoinery, dwl 

Wadsworth House 
Woods James L., attorney at law, office 40 Mont- 
gomery Block, dwl 801 Union 
Wright — '—, dwl 17 Fourth 
Wuth CharlesG., watchmaker, dwl SE cor Sixth 

and Clementina 
Wuth G. F. G..'(Wuth & StamerJ dvil SE cor 

Sixth and Clementina 
Wuth (G. F. G.J &. Stamer, (G. A.J groceries, 

fruits and vegetables, SE cor Sixth and Clem 

Yates John R. Jr., merchant, dwl 9 Stockton 
Yeaton George A., druggist, dwl S s Twelfth bet 

Market aiid Mission 
Young James, draftsman, dwl 30 Kearny 
Young Richard S , physician, office and dwl 535 

Sacramento 

Zacharias I. &, Co., (Solomon WeidenreichJ shirt 

manufacturers, 308 California 
Zacharias Ismar, (I. Zacharias & Go. J dwl 302 

Mason 
Zadij; Philip, local assent Merchants' Mutual JIarine 

Insurance Co., office 406 Cal, dwl 315i Third 



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CONTAINIXG THE 

Name and Post Office Address of each Merchant, 
Manufacturer, and Professional 

EESIDINO IS THE 

STATES OF CALIFORXIA, OREGON, AND NEVADA, THE TERRITORIES OF WASHINGTON, 

IDAHO, MONTANA, ARIZONA, ALASKA, AND UTAH, AND THE 

COLONY OF BRITISH COLU.MBIA; 

ALSO, A 

Gazetteer of the Counties, Cities, and Towns, 

ASD AN 

Exhibit of the Resources of the Pacific Coast. 

One Vol., octavo. Price $5. 1000 pp. 

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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

For the Year commencing December 1st, 1869. 



li-^^ Notice. — Names too late for regular insertion, removals, changes, etc., tvhick have occurred 
during the printing of the 7cork, icill be found on the pages immediately preceding this. 

For List of Boarding Houses, Hotels, Lodgings, etc., see Business Directory, pp. 680, 708, 
and 720 ;/or Packets — Sail and Steam, see pp.730 and 739 ; for the location of the offices of the different 
Mining Companies, see Business Directory, p. 727. 



^A.BBPlEVI.A.TI03SrS. 



abv Above 

acct Accountant 

agt Agent 

ass Association 

atty Attorney 

av Aveijue 

bldg.Building or Buildings 

bds Boards 

bet Between 

blk Block 

C. H Custom House 

elk Clerk 

col'd Colored 

com Commission 

cor Corner 

dept Department 

dwl Dwelling 

E East 

E. H. L.Eight Hour League 

exch Exchange 

forwd Forwarding 



Int. Kev. Internal Revenue 

F. P Fort Point 

h House 

imp Importer 

lab Laborer 

manuf Manufacturer 

mec Mechanic 

mcht Merchant 

Mis Dol. .Mission Dolores 

mkr Maker 

mkt Market 

N North 

nr Near 

off. Office 

opp Opposite 

pi Place 

P. M Pacific Mail 

P. O Post Office 

Preo Presidio 

pro Protective 

prod Produce 



I proptr Proprietor 

res.. Resides or Residence 

I Rev Reverend 

rms Rooms 

S South 

s Side 

; S.F.F.D.. . .S. F. Fire Dep 

I stm. Steamer or Steamship 

I Supt Superintendent 

Treas Treasurer 

U.S.B.M..U.S.Br'chMint 

i wkm Workman 

wks Works 

j W West 

I STREETS. 

I Bat Battery 

I Bdwy Broadway 

Bran Brannan 

1 Cal California 

j (;iem Clementina 

'Com Commercial 



Dup Dupont 

Fol Folsom 

Har Harrison 

How Howard 

•Jack Jackson 

Leav Leavenworth 

Leid Leidesdorff 

Lomb Lombard 

Merch Merchant 

Min Minna 

Miss Mission 

Mont Montgomery 

Pac Pacific 

Pow Powell 

Sac Sacramento 

San Sansom 

Sec Second 

Stev Stevenson 

Stew Stewart 

Stock Stockton 

Wash Washington 



Aarans Martha, (widow) dwl 197 Stevenson 
Aaron Abraham, boots and shoes, 604 Kearny, dwl ' 

27 Eitch 
Aaron David, fancT goods, dwl 318 Sixth 
Aaron Henry, job "wagon, cor Mission and Fourth 
Aaron Joseph, hairdresser with Adam Erbe, dwl 

131 Perry 
Aaron S. Mrs., dwl 1.509 f owell 
Abbey Richard, Spring Valley Water Co., dwl Russ 

House 
Abbondio Martinello, marble worker with Paltenghi j 

& Co., dwl Swiss Union 
ABBOT, DOWNING & CO., manufacturers Con- 
cord carriages. Concord, N. H., Hill <Sc Eastman 

agents, 411-41.5 Battery 
Abbot George F., enrpenter, dwl 757 Folsom 
Abbott Annie, (widow) dwl N s Kent 
Abbott Charles, saloon, NE cor Stockton and Geary 
Abbott Francis B., bottler, 1610 Stockton 
Abbott Geo., money broker, 6-J6 Mont, dwl 934 Folsom 
Abbott John, cook', 2.53 Stewart, dwl 151 i Tehama 
Abbott Joseph E., scroll sawyer with D. A. Mac- 

donald & Co., dwl 24 Tehama 
Abbott Lncy, (widow) dwl 934 Folsom 
Abbott Osb'oin, stock broker, office 418 California, 

dwl Es Capp bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Abbott Samuel S., carpenter City Railroad, dwl 

First Av bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Abbott S. E. Mrs., dwl 102 Post 



Abbott Thonns, dyer Pioneer Woolen Mill, dwl 

North Point nr Van Ness Avenue 
Abbott William, clerk Methodist Book Depository, 

dwl 106 Sixth 
Abbott William A., captain, dwl Ss Greenwich bet 

Fillmore and Steiner 
Abbey Homestead Association, office 415 Mont 
Abbey Pinto, wire worker with H. T. Graves, dwl 

819 Greenwich 
Abbey Richard W., enperintendent Spring A^'alley 

Water Works, dwl Russ House 
Abeggliu Luis, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Abel Charles, mariner, dwl 39 Jackson 
Abel Christian, laborer, dwl Goodsells PI nr First 
Abel George A., stevedore, dwl 18 Oak Grove Ave 
ABELL ALEXANDER G., Grand Secretary 

Grand Lodge F. and A. M., office Masonic 

Temple, dwl 1027 Washington 
Abell Frank, photographer w-ith Wm. Shew, 417 

Montgomery, dwl 14 Park Avenue 
Abels S. E., traveling agent North America Life 

Ins. Co., 302 Montgoinerv 
ABEND POST, (German daily and weekly) Hevzer, 

Huefner & Cohnheira, pibptrs, office o21 Clay 
Aber Charles, captain scow Salinas, dwl NW cor 

Howard and Stewart 
Abercrombie A. R.. clerk P. M. S. S. Co.'s Wharf 
Abertan Francis W., machinist, dwl SW cor How- 
ard and Langton 



E. H. JONES & CO., 116 Sansom Street. Laces and Embroideries. 



Mh pife Jissofiatiou of Jimmca; 

Division of the Pacific. Department of California. 

STRICTLY MUTUAL, all policy-holders participating equitably both 
in the management and profits of the Company. Operates through Depart- 
ment and Branch Boards of Trustees. Invests the " net present value " of 
its policies in the districts in which they are obtained, and is thus at once Local 

and National. Twelve hundred of the best business and finan- 
cial men in the West and South are Trustees in the Company, hold- 
ing each a policy for Ten Thousand Dollars ! TwO Hundred and Fifty 

of the most prominent merchants and bankers in St. Louis pro- 
nounce it '• sound and reliable beyond a doubt, successful beyond precedent, and 
well and economically managed." 

The business of the month last reported amounted to $3,017,700, in risks, 
and $149,372.10 in premiums ! Even then, not a year old, it ranked, in 
amount of business, the Fifth Company in the United States. 



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

By HENRY G. LANGLEY, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the State of California. 



After sixteen months, viz., on the ist Oct., 1869, the following results, as per 
Report of State Commissioner, had been achieved : 

Total Income, - - $1,418,287.22 
Total Assets, - - - $1,049,038.39 
Divisible Surplus, - $160,414.75 



Af! 'Premiums and Policies 'payible in coin or currency, at the option of the 
• ^^n-^^ ^%^ - J J ROE, President. 

^r^n^j HOME OFFICE: 

307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis, Mo. 



WILLIAM J. PETTIGREW, 

General Superintendent Division of the Pacific. 



DEPARTMENT OFFICE, 

(For the TTvscnt.l 

502 MONTGOMBRY STRKBT^p 

San Francisco, Cal. 



PREFATORY. 



No BETTER evidence of the continued progress and prosperity of the city of San Francisco 
need be required than the pages of the present volume. An examination of the difierent de- 
partments of the work, and the consideration of a few facts derived therefrom, will unmistakably 
prove that, notwithstanding the recent severe monetary pressure, its progress for the past year, 
in all the elements composing its population and wealth, has been fully equal to any similar 
period of its history. 

The number of references in the present volume is over sixty-five thousand, of which fifty-nine 
thousand five hundred are males over twenty-one years of age, an increase since 1868 of four- 
teen per cent., and over those contained in our issue of 1867 of thirty-three per cent. 

The population of the City of San Francisco, September, 1869, is estimated at one hundred 
and seventy thousand two hundred and fifty, of which fifty-two thousand are white males and 
females under twenty one and eighteen respectively. The white females over eighteen are esti- 
mated at thirty-four thousand three hundred. The number of Chinese is estimated at eight 
thousand six hundred. These figures are based upon the most reliable data, and may be re- 
garded, in the absence of an official canvass, as a fair approximation of the population of this 
city. Total increase since the Federal census of 1860, fifty-six thousand eight hundred and 
thirty-five — two hundred per cent. 

The number of buildings erected during the year is eight hundred and fifty, of which two 
hundred and fifty are brick. Total number in the city and county, eighteen thousand six hundred 
and fifty-nine. The value of improvements for the year ending June 30th, 1869, is estimated 
between nine and ten millions of dollars, exclusive of the amount expended by the Superintend- 
ent of Streets, one million six hundred thousand dollars. 

The Appendix contains a variety of information connected with our municipal organization, 
the Consolidation Act, with its Amendments arranged under each appropriate head, and several 
Acts of the Legislature referring thereto. There will be also found in this department of the 
work a large number of references to the difierent organizations in this city, embracing lists of 
the Federal, State, and Municipal OEBcers, notices of local Societies and Associations, Churches, 
Military organizations, Incorporatiofis, etc. Attention is invited to a new Map of the City and 
County of San Francisco, and the new Street Directory, including the correct system of num- 
bering the buildings, both of which have been compiled from official sources, and carefully com- 
pared with each street and locality named therein. 

The Introductory and General Review present a diary of the interesting local events of the 
year, brief notices of Schools, — public and private — Benevolent Associations, Banks and Insur- 
ance Companies, and references to the different mechanical enterprises in operation at the present 
time in this city, together with 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 work are a series of valuable 
Meteorological Observations of the climate of this city from 1850 to 1869, contributed by 
Henry Gibbous, M.D., a description of the Railroads of the Pacific Coast by H. D. Dunn, 
Esq., and a series of tables presenting a correct census of the city and county for 1860, 1861, 
1863, 1868, and 1869 ; also a review of the improvements made from July 1st, 1868, to Nov- 
ember 30th, 1869, and a statement of the number of buildings within the city limits. 

The compiler would respectfully tender his thanks for the prompt cooperation extended by 
public officers and others who have been applied to for information for the work. To his num- 
erous patrons for their substantial evidences of good will, and to Messrs. Bacon and Company, 
to whom the typographical department was intrusted, he would especially offer his thanks. 

The twelfth volume of the San Francisco Directory will be issued in December, 1870. 

San Francisco, December 10th, 1869. 



TABLE OF CONTE]^TS 



PAGE. I 

PROGRESS OF THE CITY 9 I 

Assessments and Rates of Taxation 9 | 

Slunicipal Expenditures I860-I868 10 1 

Bonded Debt 10 

Annual Revenue 10 

>ational Census. 1860 11! 

Population of San Francisco, 18fil Ill 

Population of San Francisco, 1868 12 I 

Population of San Francisco, 18S9 12 

City Improvements 13 

Prosperity of the City 13 | 

Commercial Hatters 13 

Real Estate 13 , 

Streets and Higliways 14 

Seawall 15 

State Harbor Commissioners 15 

Board of Tide Land Commissioners 16 

Grading Operations 16 

X e w B uildi n gs 17 

Number of Buildings 21 

RAILROADS PACIFIC COAST, by H. D. Dunn, Esq. 22 

HEALTH OFFICE 25 

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, by Henry 

Gibbons. 31.D..... 25 

CHRONOLOGICAL HLSTORY 28 

GENERAL REVIEW 35 

Education and Public Schools 35 

Vnivcrsilv of California 39 

State Koiinal School 40 

Private Educational Institutions 40 

City College 40 

St. Ignatius CoUegR 41 

Santa Clara College, San Jose 41 

St Marj's College 41 

Toland .Medical College 41 

California Business University 41 

SABBATH SCHOOLS 42 

SOCIETIES— RELIGIOU!', BENEVOLENT, Etc... 42 

Young Men's Cliristian Association 42 

San Francisco Benevolent Association 43 

California Prison Association 43 

California Labor and Employment Exchange.... 43 

Califomia Immigrant Union 43 

MASONIC, ODD FELLOWS, AND RED MEN 44 

HOSPITALS 44 

San Knincisco Lying-in and Foundling Hospital.. 44 

CEMETERI ES 45 

ASSOCIATIONS-PROTECTIVE. LITERARY, Etc. 45 

FIRK DEPA KTMENT 45 

MECHANICS- STATE COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA 45 

HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATIONS 46 

BANKING INSTITUTIONS 46 

Savingsand Loan 47 

Hibernia 47 

Savings Union 47 

California Building and Savings Bank 47 

French Mutiuil I'rjvident 47 

Farmers' anir.Mechanics' Bank 47 

German .Savings and Loan Society 47 

LOCAL INSURANCE CO.MPANIES 47 

FOREIGN I.NSURANCE COMI'ANIKS 47 

LIBRARIES 47 

WATER COMPANIES— Spring Valley, etc 47 

MANUFACIURES 48 

Pacific Rolling Mills 48 

Lead and slmt 4*-9 

Tin-Plated Ware— Type 48-9 

Furniture— Brass Castings 49 

Boots and Shoes- Harness and Saddlery 49 

Tanneries— Trunks, etc 49 

Gunpowder— Linseed and Castor Oils 49 

Wool and Wool Manufactures 49 

Union I ron Works ."iO 

Miners' Foundry 50 

Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works 50 

Fulton Foundrv 50 

Pacific Iron W'orks 50 

iBtna Irtm Works 50 

Vulcan Iron Works 50 

Sugar Refineries 50 

Steam Marble Works 50 

Cigars .M 

CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES 51 

FLUCTUATIONS oK TUADE 51 

CHANGES AND KKMOVALS 52 



PAGE. 

REGISTER OF NAMES 63 

BUILDINGS. BLOCKS, HALLS, Etc 657 

Public Buildings 657 

Wharves— Halls— Blocks— Rows 6.^8 

Places of Amusement 659 

Prominent Places 659 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES 65< 

State 659 

Cit v and County 6.59 

Federal 660 

STREET DIRECTORY 661 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, TRADES, Etc 675 

CONSOLIDATION ACT ,... 747- 

Municipal Elections 749 

Paid Fire Department 7-54 

Justices' Court 793 

Personal Property Tax 794 

Delinquent Taxes 795 

Registration of Voters 797 

Alms House and Quarantine 798-9 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 801 

Board of Supervisors 8l'l 

Board of Education 801 

City and County Officers 802 

State Congressional Districts 804 

Judici.ll District.s 804 

Election Districts 804 

Police Department 804 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph 805 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 806 

Oflieers and Organization 806 

FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICERS 807 

Custom House 80i) 

United States Treasury 810 

Branch Mint 810 

Surveyor General 811 

Post Oflice 811 

COURTS •. . . 812 

CHURCHES 812 

Baptist 812 

Congregationalist 814 

Episcopal 814 

Methodist 816 

Presbyterian 818 

Roman Catholic 819 

Swedenborgian 821 

Unitarian 821 

Chinese Mission House 822 

Mariners' Church 822 

Disciples of Christ 822 

Lutheran 822 

Emanuel Church of the Evangelical Association. 823 

Reformed Church 823 

Greek Church ; 823 

Friends' Meeting 823 

Spiritualists 823 

Hebrew .: 823 

ASSOCI.\TIONS AND SOCIETIES 824 

Religious 824 

Benevolent 825 

Masonic Fraternity 835 

I. O. of Odd Fellows 837 

Temperance. 838 

P roU'C ti vc 839 

Literary 844 

Historical 844 

Social 845 

MILITARY 848 

NEWSPAI'ERS 7-28 

PKUKiliirAl.s 7-28 

iNsi i:an( I. ( mmianiks 710 

lIo.Ml>l 1;AI> A-S'm I AI IONS 707 

MINI NO (n.Ml'AMKs 727 

TELKOKAPU LINES 743 

RAILROADS 852 

OCEAN STEAMERS 852 

STEAMBOAT.S 8.52 



AGES 



7;<9 



E.VPKESSES 697 

INCOKPORATED COMPANIES 709 

CONSULS 693 

HOSPITALS 70S 

C KM KIE in KS ««., 

ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 8.V) 

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS, 



PAGE. 

Adelsilorfcr Bros Ixviii 

American Kxcliange 61 

Anspaclur A liraliam.. Ixviii 

Armt'S * Dallam Ixiii 

Asplialfmii l'a\ cmoiit Co. 23 

Atwood.V l*.o,lw,ll 60 

Auger, ('lirisliaiisrn & 
t'o., rotri.sier of names. 77 

Austin A Co Ixxix 

Bach John 22 

Bacon & Company, reg- 
ister of names 9 

Badger & Liiidcubergcr 

Baker & TTamilton xvi 

and ciii 

Baldwin M.M. & Co 20 

Baadmann, Nielsen &Co. 

Ixxxiii 
Bank of British Colum- 
bia xlix 

Bank of California x 

Barrett <fe Sherwood ii 

Barton it Kiittcr Ixxvi 

Bassctt J 45 

Bay Sugar Uefinery 37 

Bay ley & Winter 32 

Bell John C ei 

Benner George L 4() 

BergMin (>lc :!(> 

Bernard Cliarlrs xxiv I 

Bcrnlu'iin ,V Klin iipfort. .3.^) 

Berrv ,'j ri:icc .' 27 

Black A- .Mill-r M 

Blake, llol.i.iiis ,V Oo...xxv 

Borchiird r 47 

Bosqiii i;il\\:ird A' Co.. 
regi>ti-i-otii;Aiufs. ,10-852 

Boston Cracker Co 2il 

Bowen Bros 16 and back 

ot volume 

Bradlev & Kulofson 45 

Bragg Robert 49 

Braverman <& Levy front 

British & Foreign Ma- 
rine Ins. Co XXX 

Brittan, HolbrookA Co. 

Ixxxv 

Britton&Kej' 62 

Brown ic. Wells 50 

Buckiiani E. T 48 

Buena Vi>ta Viiiii iiUur- 



Burnhani J. W. cV Co 9 

Burns H.J 12 

California Building and 

Savings Bank xcv 

California Farmer cviii 

California File Jlanu- 

factiirinu' Co 22 

California Ins, Co xliii 

California Jlutual Life 

Insurance Co ix 

California I'laning Mills 

Ixxxii 
California Powder Works 

' xxxiii 
California Steam Navi- 
gation Co vi 

California Sugar Kefin- 

erv xli 

California Trust Co xiv 

Callaghan Daniel 21 

npbcll W. C 4,S 

Cantrell, Dell cV. Co lii 

Carmen l.--l;uid Salt Co c 

Carroll Julin A (,o 13 

Casebolt ,V- Rcrr....'...lviii 

Casey & Wade 26 

Charier Oak l,,ife Insur- 
ance Co 20 

Chase it Boruck lix 

Cherry John W 29 

Church Thomas R 42 

City College liii 

CubbM.G Ix 



PAGE. 

ConnecticutMutual Life 
Insurance Co., reg- 
ister of names 74fi 

Cook C. Mrs (>4 

CookM, M. & Sons Iviii 

Cox & Nichols li 

Craine William Ixx 

Crane & lirigham Ixxiv 

Crawford A. & Co 39 

Crilly N 5b 

Commercial Union In- 
surance Co 30 

Crockard Hugh 39 

Curlis J. P 51 

Daingerfield William P.. 63 

Daniel John 48 

Davis & Cowell Ixiii 

Day Thomas front cover 
Descalzo, Laslreto .t Co., lii 
Dewey & Co.. reg. names. 445 
Dickson, DeWolfct Co., 

Ixxviii 

Dietz A. C. & Co 22 

Dillon <fc Drew 46 

Dobrzensky M 35 

Docrger Charles 10 

Ddlliverct Bmtlier f)l 

DorsevB. J ii 

Driscoll it Ilaucn .57 

Dudgeon Kueas 64 

Dunn Horace D. .t Co.. 
reg. of names. 6.57 and 65 

Durcin Brothers 4(1 

Duruing'l'. U. & Co 49 

Eclectic Life Insurance 
Co., register names. ..78 

Elam & Howes 24 

Ell'elt A. B. & Co.... Ixxxiii 

Emery C. G. <fc Co Ixxi 

Eureka Hair Co xxiii 

Evans G. A 57 

Falkenstein it Co 1 

Falliner, Bell & Co xxx 

Farrell James 55 

Faulkner Wm. & Son....cvi 

i' eldmann L. & Co Ixix 

Fenkhausen & Gericliten.28 

Field it Frei 61 

Finley Thomas K 54 

Fireman's Kund Ins. Co, 

xiii and back cover 

Fisher it Co xxxix 

Fisher L. P (ront cover 

Flanagan Edward 56 

Flint, Peabody it Co.xxxvii 

Fouruess it K^acn .56 

Friel William 44 

Frontier & i;o 44 

Freeman B. H Ixxiii 

Fuller it Co Ixvii 

Fuller Eliza Howe Miss. .63 

Fulton John A 44 

Fulton John J nO 

Gabel it Co cix 

Gallagher &■ Lane xcix 

Gallagher, Weed & Co.. . .43 

Gannon Peter T xxv 

Garvey & Kimball 21 

Gensoul Adrian, back of 

volume and xciv 
German Savings and Loan 

Society xxxiii 

Ghirardelli D. & Co 10 

Giaunini P. A 1 

Gililions Rodmond &Co..cii 
Glasgow Iron and Metal 

Importing Co 15 

Globe JMutual Life In- 
surance Co xcviii 

Goddard & Co Ixxxviii 

Gracier, Heald&Bonney 

Ixvii 

Gray, Jones & Co Ixii 

Gray Mathias xxii 

Gray Nathaniel & Co 29 

Gray R. B. Jj Co 20 

Grosh it Rutherford 47 

Gross L. & Co 55 



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Haake JohnC.& Co 35 

Hagarit Co 4 

Hallidie A. S. & Co 18 

Hamburg Bremen Fire 

Insurance Co xxix 

Ilanscom A Co 3 

Hawkins A Cantrell 3S 

Hawley Marcus C. & Co., 19 
Hayne's A Lawton, reg- 
ister of names 298 

Havward it Coleman. . .xxi 

Heald E. P Ivii 

Hc.ath E, A E, S 49 

Hel.i r,rolb,.rs xvii 

HeiKk llcrinnu 40 

llevnin .Mi.liail 11 

HevnenKUiUi\:Co xxxi 

Hiliernia Savings A Loan 

Society Ixxxi 

Hicks D.ACo., reg names299 
and inside back cover 

HiinVilliam H 28 

HincUIey A Co 6 

Hinz CarlE 39 

Hirshfeld Peter .53 

Ilirstel N. A. ACo 19 

Ilirth J. A Co 22 

IliUhcock G. B. & Co..cxii 

IloaL'Iand A Newsom 41 

Ilolibs, Gilmore & Co...xlvi 

HoldcnS. P. A Co xvii 

IIomeMut Ins. ('o. xxxviii 

HorstmannH. A Co 11 

ilowe, Wilson A Co ci 

Howes George & Co xv 

Howlaud A Petersen 27 

HowlandS. W 21 

Uouseworth Thomas & Co. 
front cover 

Hncks & Lambert 58 

Hughes Henry Ixi 

Hyde & Chester 56 

Imperial Fire and Life 

Insurance Co xxx 

Iredale Alfred S 34 

IsaacJ.ACo Ixiv 

Jesse A Drew 34 

Jcssup W. H. & Co 24 

Johnson James B 20 

Johnson J. C. A Co 19 

Johnson T. Bodgers. .inside 
back cover 
Jones E. H. & Co., reg- 
ister of names 9-851 

JordanAlbert H 42 

Jordan Morris cxii 

Josset J 28 

Kainiller, Scellicr, Le- 

lievre A Co cvii 

Kallenberg Theodore 47 

Kane A.J .59 

Kelly, Walsh & Co. .Ixxxiii 

Ivennedv, Long A Co 37 

Kirbv R. C. A Co cii 

Kitiredge A Leavitt xcv 

Kittredge Jonathan 8 

Knapp A Grant Ixxvii 

Knickerbocker Life Ins. 

Co ci 

Knight A Blanchard exit 

KnowlesG. B. A 1. H 39 

Koehler A Rilter xcix 

Koliler A Frohling front 

cover 

Kuh Leopold xcvi 

Kuner Albert 43 

Landry A Kirwan Ixxxii 

Landsberger I. A Ccxxxii 

Langland & Cameron 24 

Langley Henry G., reg. 

names and adv. dept. .66 
Laurel Hill Cemetery.. Ixxii 

Libbev M. L 43 

Liesenfeld Philip 49 

Linforth, Kellogg A Rail 

Ixxix 
Liverpool and London and 
Globe Insurance Co 1 



Llewellyn & Fletcher... .34 

Lloyd A' Rvan .55 

Locan A Co 1 

Locke A Montague 

London and S. F. Bank.xviii 
Loughran P. F. A Co. .xxxv 
Low C. Adolphe A Co.... 62 

Loze Brothers 32 

Lucy Ben.iamin A 54 

Lvn'n Boot and Shoe Co..li 

Lyon A Co 9 

Macdonald D. A. & Co 

Ixxvii 

Blace Alfred A Ix 

Macfarlane, Blair A Co. . 

Mackcn James 23 

MacondrayA Co xxxiv 

MagiU A. E.. .register of 

names 398 
MagiU K. H., register of 

names 397 

MahnzHuRO 32 

Main A Winclnstcr. ..xxxv 

Mallon A I'.ovlc 

Manhattan Fire Ins. Co... 14 

Marden A Myrick xxii 

Marks A Calisher 

Marsh, Pilsbury A Co. 

Ixxviii and cvii 
Jiartell John 2 



Mavrr.ld.s. pli 29 

JlcAlVc, Sjiicrs A Co i 

McCain, Flood A McClure 

Ixxxvii 
McElwce & Ackermann 

xlvii 
McGregor J. (estate of). xxiv 

McMillan A Kester 2 

McNulty C. A c 

McQuillan Bernard & 

Son Ixxxi 

Mechanics' iM ill and Man- 

nlncimi.i- Co 11 

Mcekrr, .lai.irs A Co.. Ixxiv 
Jlcrclianis' .Mutual Ma- 
Merrill J. C. A Co '.'.'x'lii 

Meussdorfl'er J. C. A Bro.xci 
and ex 

Meussdorfl'er Konrad 17 

Michels, FriedlanderA Co. 
xliii 

Miller A Haley Ixxvi 

Miller Leopold 40 

Jlills A Evans., Ixvii 

Mining and Scientific Pre 

register of names 445 

MinerL. ACo 27 

Mission and Pacific Wool- 
en Mills Ixxxvi 

Mor^'all ,V Co xcvi 

Morg.ni T. W civ 

Mormon Fribiinc, rcgks- 

ter of names 299 

MoundCity Lifclns. Co. 

Moynihan A Aitkcn 

Muller Adolph...back co 
Murphy, GrantA Co.. .xxxv 

Nagle George D xxxix 

and Ixxv 

Nathan B. ACo Ixxi 

National Life Ins. Co 31 

New Almaden Vichy 
Water Co., register 

of names 531 

New England Mutual Life 

Ins. Co 23 

Ncwtiauer A Co 38 

Newhall H. M. A Co.,lx 

Nile ADurney xc 

NorcrossH. N.Mrs xciii 

North British and Mer- 
cantile Insurance Co.. xi 
North Pacific Transpor- 
tation Co vii 

North Western Mutual 
Life Ins. Co 26 



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Abila Cenovia Mrs., restaurant, 527 Broadway 
Abling Pliilip, jeweler with Robert Slierwood, dwl 

S 8 Filbert bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Aborn E. S , ociilint and aurist, office 2:2 Kearny, bds 

Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Abrador Jose, porter with Weil & Co., dwl G 

Pros|)ect Place 
Abraham J. B., jnnk dealer, dwl 1809 Taylor 
Abraham Gabriel, clothing, :J3 Second,' dwl 822 

Mission 
Abrabani Herman, job wagon, 136 Second 
Abraham John, job wagon, cor Sansom and Halleck 
Abraham Joiias, liootmaker, 313 East, dwl N s Olive 

Avenue bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Abraham Marks, barber with John Brougham, dwl 

50 Jessie 
Abraham .Meyer, tailor, 541 Merchant, dwl 504 Post 
Abraham .Moses, clerk, dwl 124^ Post 
Abiaham Simon, hairdresser with Louis Schoen, dwl 

103 Pacific 
Abrahams Abraham, fSpcrry & A.) dwl SW cor 

California and Stockton 
Abrahams Emanuel, clerk, dwl 737 Howard 
Abrahams Esther iMrs., ladies' nurse, dwl 51 Jessie 
Abrahams Henry, hats and caps, 1012 Dupout 
Abrahams Joseph, tailor, dwl 103 Pacific 
Abrahams Kate Miss, chambermaid, Brooklyn Ho- 
tel 
Abrahams Louis, clothing, 10 Clay, dwl 148 Perry 
Abrahams Moses, clerk with Jacob Jacobson, dwl 

24 Third 
Abrahamson Alexander, clerk -with G. Abraham, 

dwl 226 Jessie 
Abrahamson Gustave, salesman, 532 Kearny, dwl 

314 Kearny 
Abrahamson J., jobber and merchandise, 602 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 1024 Hyde 
Abrahamson Peter, stoves and tinware, 439 Bush, 

dwl 1022 Hyde 
Abrahms Lewis, pawnbroker, 1134 Dupont, (and 

M. Spiro & Co.) dwl 735 Union 
Abram Adolph, barber with Julien Paul, dwl 1012 

Uupont 
Abrams David, clothing, dwl NE cor Locust Avenue 

and Franklin 
Abratns Edward C, trunk maker, dwl 132 Shipley 
Abrams I., clothier, 433 Pacific 
Abrams Ikuic, butcher, dwl N s Dora nr Harrison 
Abrams Jonas, shoemaker, dwl N s Olive Av bet 

Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Abrams Moses, salesman, 628 Market, dwl cor 

Franklin and I\IcAlli8ter 
Abrams (Samuel) &, Greenberg (Henry) real es- 
tate agents, otiice 310 Mont, dwl 307 Clementina 
Abrams Marcus, drv goods, dwl 786 Folsom 
ABKAIMSON EDWARD & CO., apothecaries, 

753 Clay 
Abrande Metre, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Abrego Ysmael, salesman with Linforth, Kellogg & 

Rail, dwl 318 Pine 
Abundio Adam, cook with Dingeon & Haubrich, 

623 Commercial 
Academy of Natural Sciences, rooms 622 Clay 
Accolti Michael Rev. S. J., Professor St. Ignatius 

College, Ss Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Acereto .Jacob, porter with Voi/.in, Ris & Co 
Achin Christopher, porter with Favre & Jaussaud, 

dwl 430 Vallejo 
Ackart Peter, laborer, dwl N s Oregon nr Davis 
Acker Jlrs., dressmaker, dwl 213 Dupont 
Ackerly W. O., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Aekerman Charles, carpenter, dwl N W cor McAllis- 
ter and Buchanan 
Aekerman Dora, (widow) nurse, dwl NW cor How- 
ard and Fourth 
Aekerman Hart S., (Aekerman <5- Bro.) dwl 918 

Sutter 
Aekerman Henry, apprentice with D.W. Laird, dwl 
332 Eddy 



Aekerman Herman, cook, 214 Sansom, dwl 1009 

Washington 
Aekerman (S. S.) &. Brother, (Hart S. Aekerman) 

dollar store. 123 Kearny, dwl 918 Sutter 
Ackermann David, salesman with B. Strauss, dwl 

115 Perry 
Ackermann Joseph, (McEUeee Sr A.) dwl 115 Perry 
Ackers John, salesman, dwl ()57 Howard 
Ackerson Charles H., assistant engineer S. F. F. D., 

otHce 229 Kearny, dwl 23 Keamy 
Ackerson Henry, stevedore, Lumb. Ste. Ass.. Bar- 

ra's Hall 
Ackerson .John W., (Hanson, A. Sf Co.) res Red- 
wood City 
Ackerson William, carpenter, dwl 179 Minna 
Ackland Edward, longshoreman, dwl W s Hickory 

bet Franklin and Gough 
Ackley Edward N., carriagemaker Kimball Manuf 

Co., dwl 20 Russ, dwl Mission nr Thirtieth 
Ackley Henry F., bookkeeper, dwl 257 Perry 
Ackley Henry F., local policeman, dwl SWcor Clay 

and Jones 
Ackley M. W., captain bark Anglo Saxon, pier 12 

Stewart 
Ackley W. E., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 

Ackman , with Goodwin & Co 

Acosta Mary Mrs., dwl 16 St. Charles Place. 
Acton Richard, harnessmaker with J. C. Johnson & 

Co., dwl 551 Howard 
Adair George, salesman with Hooker & Co., dwl 

659 Howard 
Adair Hugh, blacksmith S. F. & San Jos6 R. R., 

dwl E s Minna nr Fifteenth 
Adair S. D., clerk with Col. G. H. Mendell, .533 

Kearuv, dwl 7-37 Howard 
ADAM THOMAS, liquor sa'loons, junction Market 

and Geary, Old Corner, 516 Mont cor Commer- 
cial, and New Corner, junction Mont and Post, 

dwl 207 Dupont 
Adama William, cooper, dwl 229 First 
Adami Ciiristopher, gunsmith, dwl 637 Broadway 
Adami Henry, laborer, Broadway Brewery, dwl 

637 Bifiadway 
Adami Jacob, driver Broadway Brewery, dwl 1512 

Powell 
Adams A. F., ( Hanxon Sf A.) and Asst Assessor 

U. S. Int. Rev., dwl cor Rausch and Howard 
Adams Alexander P., ship carpenter, dwl 543 Sec- 
ond 
Adams Arthur, carpenter, dwl Central House 
Adams C. A., carpenter, dwl 660 Howard 
Adams Charles, house mover, dwl 54 First 
Adams Charles, mariner P. M. S. S. Golden City, 

dwl E 8 Iowa bet Mariposa and Sol.iuo 
Adams Charles D., clerk, dwl 503 Folsom 
Adams Charles F., driver Omnibus R. R 
Adams Christian, gunsmith with Cliarles Jleyer, 

dwl S 8 Broadway bet Dupont and Stocktoii 
Adams Cyrus, manufactuix-r cut tobacco, 419 Jack- 
son, dwl 430 Post 
Adams Emerson & Co., (Charles I). Estabrook) 

pork packei-s, 145 Second 
Adams Emerson, (Emerson, Adams & Co.) dwl 33 

Hunt 
Adams Frank, laborer, dwl 31 Morton 
Adams Frank, longshoreman, dwl 36 Stewart 
Adams Frederick, clerk IS Metropolitan Market, dwl 

81 Natoma 
Adams George, distiller, dwl 920 Pine 
Adams George F., compositor Irish News, dwl 28 

Silver 
Adams George G., traveling agent North America 

Life Ins'. Co. 302 Mont 
Adams George R., dwl 814 Bush 
Adams George W., salesman with C L. Dingley 

pier 4 Stewart 
Adams Grove, ( li. F. Lee Sr Co.) dwl 920 Pine 
Adams irerman, tailor, 204 Leidesdortf, dwl 115 

William 



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Adams Horace, foreman machinists Union Iron 

Works, (hvl fi:5-2 Siittei; 
Adams Horace E. , clerk, dwl Pacific Lodgings 
Adams Jlouse, George F. Reeve proprietor, 537 Sac 
Adams Howard N., carpenter, dwl 277 Stevenson 
Adams Hugli, clerk, 238 Stewart 
Adams Isaac, hairdresser with Zimmer & Co., dwl 

William nr Geary 
Adams James, fireman P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Adams James, renl estate, dwl 962 Mis.sion 
Adiims James H., shoemaker with C. Palmer, dwl 

NE cor Green and Hyde 
Adams Jasnes II., shoemaker, dwl NE cor Hyde 

and Delgardo Place 
ADAM& f.l/nnef S.) & BUTLER, f Thomas J.J 
hay and grain, 53 Clay, dwl E s Ltirkin nr Turk 
Adanis'Jereujiah, laborer new U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

268 Stevenson 
Adams John, dwl What Cheer House 
Adams John, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Adams John J., driver Pacitic Union Express Co 
Adams John Q., clerk vi'ith Hayes, Stanly & Hayes 
Adams John S., driver Pacific Union Express Co., 

dwl 110 Sixth 
Adams Joseph, pawnbroker, 909 Kearny 
Adams Joseph P., clerk with C. F. Richards & Co., 

dwl Potrero Nuevo 
Adams Josephine M. Miss, with Singer Manufactur- 
ing Coinp;(ny, 1.39 Montgomery 
Adams J. W., billposter with Keyt & Co., dwl 516 

Commercial 
ADAMS, fL. S.J McNeil fjoknj & CO., mer- 
chants, 405 Front 
Adams Lawson S., (Adams, McNeil Sf Co., Sacra- 

menf.oj dwl 1014 Busli 
Adams M. F., operator Western Union Telegraph 

Co., dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Adams N. C, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Adams Nelson, ship joiner, Ship Joiners' Associa- 
tion. 751 Market 

Nelson B.. carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Otis, engineer, dwl Tenth Avenue bet N and 
P, South S. F 
Adams Peter, carpenter with W. Specht, dwl Val- 

lejo Place 
Adams Peter, laborer, dwl SW cor Dupout and 

Broadway 
Adams Prosper F., carpenter, dwl 28 Silver 
Adams Q. L., dentist, office 649 Clay, dwl 1007 Miss 
Adams R., (colored) (widow) dwl N s Broadway nr 

Mason 
Adams Richard, teamster, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Seventh nnd Eighth 
Adams Robert H., salesman with E. H. Jones & 

Co., dwl NW cor Green and Montgomery 
Adams Ross M., hatter, 657 Washington, dwl NW 

cor Montgomery and Green 
ADAMS SAMUEL, apothecary, 344 Bush, dwl 814 

Bush 
ADAMS SAMUEL, wholesale lime, cement, etc., 

SE cor Market and Main 
Adams Samuel VV., blacksmith, NE cor Humboldt 
and Kentucky, dwl Fourteenth Av, South S. F 
Adams V. A., scroll sawyer with Mechanics' Mill 

& M. Co., dwl 35 Park Avenue 
Adams William, stevedore, dwl 331 Green 
Adams William H., compositor witii Chase & Bo- 
ruck, dwl E s Hyde nr Union 
Adams William H., liquor dealer, dwl 9 Crook 
Adams William Heniy, porter with French & Gil- 
man, dwl 15 Harlan Place 
ADAMS, (^ H'VWmw J.J BLINN {Samvel P.J & 
CO., (Peter Taylor J lumber, and office Puget 
Sound Line Packets, piei'S 17 and 18 Stewart, 
res Fair Oaks 
Adams Zebulon B., salesman with Main & Win- 

che.ster, dwl 26 Mary 
Adamson Richard, porter, 19 Battery, dwl 344 
Fremont 



Adcock John T., clerk with N. Page, dwl 9 Hub- 
bard 

Adcock William, porter with Hobart, Wood & Co., 
dwl Tehama nr Hubbard 

Addington Stephen, compositor Daily Tim.es 

Addis Jacob K., porter with Josiah Stanford, dwl 
126 Dora 

Addison James H., painter, 140 Fourth, dwl 12 
Harriet, 

Addison .Toiin E. Gen., dwl 107 Sii.nsom 

Addison William, dwl 1015 Stockton 

Addoms Samuel K., salesman with Arniea & Dal- 
lam, dwl Thirteenth Avenue nr South S. F 

Adelphi Social Club, rooms Y. M. C. A. Building, 
232 Sutter 

ADELSDORFER BROTHERS, (Zacharias and 
Josephj (and Ludicif; P. Dormilzer and Max 
FrnnkeuthalJ importers and jobbers gents' fur- 
nishing goods, cutlery, etc, 21 and 23 Battery 

Adelsdorfer Joseph, ( Adelsdoifer Bros. J reside's 
New York 

Adelsdorfer Z;icharias, (Adelsdorfer Bros.) resides 
Bavaria, Germany 

Adger James, liairdresser with J. C. Chamberlain, 
dwl 6.55 Washington 

Adler Aaron, clerk with W. & I. Steinhart & Co. 
dwl 703 Post 

Adler Bar, real estate, dwl 941 Howard 

Adler Bernard, clothier 427 Pacific, dwl 737 Vallejo 

Adler .Charles, (VV. Sf I. Steinhart & Co.; dwl 
703 Post 

Adler Charles, bookkeeper with Levi Strauss & Co., 
dwl 710 Folsom 

Adler Charles, salesman 110 Bush, dwl 106 OFar- 
rell 

Adler Charles, (of Adler Sf Hudepohl. Dutch Flat) 
otKce21 Batterv, dwl 1023 Powell 

Adler David, market, 24 Stockton, dwl 244 Jessie 

Adler Gustave, cashier with F. M. West, dwl 236 
Sutter 

Adler Jacob, (Goldmann 4" A.J 330 Kearny 

Adler (Leopold) & Stern, (Jacob) boots and shoes, 
219 Third 

Adler Lonis, bootmaker, 335 East, dwl 20 Clay 

Adler Morris, markets, 302 Beale and 1422 Folsom, 
dwl 1422 Folsom 

Adler ( Moses J &, Landecker, (Lonis) native wines 
521 Sacramento 

Adler Moses, (Adler Sf Landecker) dwl cor Sixth 
and Folsom 

Adler Moses, salesman with W. and I. Steinhart & 
Co.. dwl 703 Post 

Adler Solomon, dwl 23 Taylor 

Adlington David M., carpenter, dwl 1125 Kearny 

Adock Martha Mrs., matron Lying-in Hospital, 269 
Jessie 

Adolphus Henry, physician and druggist, 511 Jack- 
son, dwl SW cor Kearny and Jackson 

Adolz G., carpenter, dwl 507 Mission 

Adrain William, merchant, dwl 629 California 

Adriatic G. & S. M. Co., office 411 California 

ADRIEN EUGENE, Pioneer Exchange, 605 Wash- 
ington, dwl 517 Pacific 

Adsit "L. B., stockbroker, office 14 Mer Exchange 

ADVOCATE, (weekly) E. Thomas agent, 711 
Mission 

Aeckel W. F., lahorer, dwl 507 Mission 

Aelerich D., laborer California Sugar Refinery, dwl 
Eighth nr Brannan 

Aelerich H., lahorer California Sugar Refinery, 
dwl Eighth nr I'rannan 

AERDEN JAMES H., Rev., O. P. pastor St. 
Fiancis Church, dwl 519 Green 

AERIAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, 
Frederick Marriott patentee, office 623 Mont 

Aethausen George, biewer, Philadelphia Brewery 

J2TNA INSURANCE CO., Hartford, Conn., (Fire) 
George C. Boardman manager, office 14 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 



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^TNA IKON WORKS, Hanecom & Co. proprie- 
tors, 8E cor Fremont iiiul Teliainn 
MUm Life Insurance Co., M. P. Morse general 

atrenr,, office NE cor California and Kearny 
Afflcrbach Ciiristian H. Rev., jiastor Broadway Ger- 
man Methodist Church, dwl 7'J8 Broadway 
Affrancliino Anj^el Rev., S. J., professor St. Ignatius 

College, 841 :Market 
Aflick Eiivvard, (Joknson Sf A.) dwl Russ House 
Anaid (ieorge E., salcsniau with Agard, Foulkes 

& Co., ri\vl.311 Green 
AGARD, ( William B.J FOULKES f Thomas) Sz. 

CO., importers aud commission merchants, 412 

Fronr, 
Agard William B., f Agard, Foulkes & Co. J dwl 

•Ml Green 
Ager George, painter, dwl 506 Hayes 
Ager James E., bookkeeper with Bacon & Co., dwl 

W s Second Avenue near Seventeenth 
Ager John E., N. Y. Department Wells, Fargo & 

Co., dwl W 8 Second Avenue nr Seventeenth 
Agerman George, barkeeper, (j-il Washington, dwl 

Howard nr Fourth 
Agler Edward, blacksmith, dwI54 First 
Agnew Gilmore, jirinter, Eureka TyiJOgraphieal 

riioms, 539 Washington 
AGNENV JOHN, livery stable, 38 Sixth, dwl 508 

Jessie 
Agnew John, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Agnew John J., bookkeeper with John Agnew, dwl 

5(^8 Jessie 
Agnew Joseph, express wagon, Dupont nr Pacific 
Agnew Luke, receiver Omnibus R. R. Co., dwl 747 

Howard 
Agnew Patrick, calker, dwl 13 Minna 
Agnew Thomas, Sniierintendeut Market Street E. 

R. Co., dwl 743 Howard 
Agnayo Autonio, f Black ,^' A.) dwl 915 Mont 
A^ue Joseph, job wagon, cor Washington and Davis 
Aguire Thomas, waiter, dwl SW cor Dupont aud 

Broadway 
AguirreJ.M., real estate, dwl cor Dupont Place 

and Gardner Alley 
Aguirre Ramon, jeweler, dwl cor Dupont Place 

and Gardner Alley 
Ah Mu, (Chinese) merchant, 20 Brooklyn Place 
Ah .Foseph, dwl 736 Geary 

Ah Ming, (Chinese) merchant, 2 Brooklyn Place 
xUi Sani, (Chinese) jeweler, 724 Jackson 
Alido Frank, cabin boy U. S. A., str Macpherson 
Ahearn Michael, hostler Fashion Stables, dwl 26 

Lewis 
Ahearn Daniel, laborer, dwl 523 Mission 
Ahem Daniel, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl N s 

I'nion bet Sansom and Montgomery 
.Miein James, laboier, dwl :i6 .Jessie 
Ahem Jeremiah, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Shipley and Willow 
.Mierii Jeremiah, ship carpenter, dwl 539 Minna 
Ahern Johanna Miss, dressmaker, 230 Fourth, dwl 

209 Fourth 
Ahern John M., drayman with Grosh & Ruther- 
ford, dwl NNV cor Tyler and Ash 
Alicrn I'arrick, lamplighter S. F. Gas Co 
Ahi-rii Patrick IL, liquor saloon, NW cor Front and 

P.uilic 
Aheru P. O. carrier Monitor 

Aliern Timothy J., stone cutter, dwl 4 Eddy Pl.ice 
Ahern William C, oystermau with M. B. Moraghan, 

dwl 4 Virginia Placte 
Ahernw Angu.st, carpenter, II. C. League, 25 Post 
Ahlbach Jacob, with Henry L. Wempe, dwl 213 

Fourth 
Alilborn Charles, (Hirn c^ A.J dwl 431 Pine 
Alilboin Henry, express wagon, SE cor Washiugtou 

and Battery 
Ahlhorn Minna (widow) dwl 1321 Kearny 
Ahlborn William, express wagon, SE cor Monlgom- 

erv and Pine 



Ahlers John D., clerk with HoUmann &. Hans, dwl 
207 Post 

Ahlers John II., /'Wielaiid ^ Co.; dwl SW cor 
Powell and Vallejo 

Ahleis W., laboier California Sugar Refinery, dwl 
cor Eighth and Bryant 

Ahlstrom John, shoemaker, dwl 5 Spofford Alley 

Ahms Hermann, carpenter, dwl 14 Everett 

Ahrens Charles, clerk with John C. Droge, dwl 
SW'cor Washington and Stockton 

Ahrens Christian, watchmaker and jeweler, 836 
Dupont 

Ahrens Henry, groceries and liquors, SW cor Third 
and Brannan 

Ahrens Henry, groceries and liquors, 520 Broadway 

Ahrens llenrv, mariner, bds 39 Jackson 

Ahrens Jacob H., (Henry HutoJ' ^- Co. J dwl 218 
Conmiercial 

Ahrens John, dwl 31 Hinckley 

Aibiscber Bruno, real estate, dwl 1337 Dupont 

Aich Rudolph, gaidener, dwl 716 Pacific 

Aicher Francis, dwl 1616 Stockton 

Aiken Hugh, express wagon, cor Howard and Third 

Aiken John, sailmaker with C. Powers, dwl 5 Mar- 
garet Place 

Aiken William E., clerk Overland House, dwl 522 
Market 

AIKEN WILLIAM H., attorney at law, office 10 
MoutKomery Block, res Oakland 

Aikin A. S., jeweler, dwl 608 Market 

Ailhart Clirisiian, bootmaker, dwl .004 Green 

Ainsa James M., warehouse clei k Naval Office Cus- 
tom House, dwl 305 Lombard 

Ainsbury Martin, fireman U. S. Transport New- 
beru, dwl 535 Fiist 

Aiusley James E., compositor S. F. News Letter, 
dwl 1069 Market 

Ainsley William, puinter, dwl 1067 Market 

Ainsworth Peter, shoemaker, dwl 529 Natoma 

Ainwright , dwl 741 Market 

Aird David, blacksmith, dwl 112 First 

Aitchison John, carpenter California IMilis, dwl 533 
Mission 

Aitkeu Charles, boilermaker with Moynihan & Ait- 
ken, dwl 109 Minna 

Aitken Charles H., market 5 Washington, dwl S s 
Broadway bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 

Aitken James, apprentice Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 
cor Twenty-fifth and Capp 

Wtkew^AmeB ( Moynihan i\- A.) Avi] 308 Seventh 

Aitken Samuel Mrs. (widow) dwl NW cor Capp and 
Twenty-fifth 

Aitken Thomas, stevedore, dwl NW cor Davis and 
Pacific 

Akeu Andrew, seaman, dwl 19 Connnerciiil 

Akers John N., clerk with Stephen S.Smith, dwl 057 
Howard 

Akers Mary Ann (widow) dwl 932 Pacific 

Akin Urial, carpenter, dwl 651 Mission 

Akluud S. A., tailor, dwl S s Ewer Place nr Mason 

Akmanu William (Meyer & A.J dwl 519 Hajea 

Alameda Park Asylum, office 411 Montgomery 

Alaska Commercial Company, otiice SE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 

ALASKA HERALD, bi-monthly, Agapius Hon- 
chaienko propiielor, till Clay" 

Alban H., dwl I4l)8 Kearny 

ALBANY BREWERY, Spreckles & Co. proprie- 
tors, 71-75 Everett 

Albares Mariano, dwl NW cor Diumm and Oregon 

Albers Anthony, foreman v.'ith Lewis Bros., dwl 10 
Bagley Place 

Albers August, oysterman with George Mayes, dwl 
10 Clara 

Albers Marcus, groceries and liquors, NE cor Steven- 
son and Foiiith and 223 Perry, dwl 225 Perry 

Albers Nicholas, laborer S. F. &.'P. Sugar Refinery 

Albert Charles, li(|nor saloon, cor Mont and Califor- 
nia, dwl X-,'3 i<ol.-iom 



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Albeit Emma R. , (widow) domestic, 26 J Kearny 
Albert Lewis & Co., /'George Hall and John Norton) 

teamsters, pier 1 Stewart 
Albert Lewis, r^ewM Albert & Co.) dwl 148 Te- 
ll a ma 
Alberti Frank, mufrieian, dwl SW cor Dupoiit and 

Broiidway 
Alberto Antonio, teamster, dwl 117 Clark 
Albei ison Georj^e, speculator, dwl 507 Miesion 
Albertsoii Joseph, carpenter, H. C. Leairue, 1'5 Post 
Albertson Joseph A., physician, office 108 Stockton 
Albertson Willi. nn T., scroll sawyer with Hobbs, 

Gilinore & Co., dwl 730 Howard 
Albion House, S. Phillips proprietor, 1320 Stockton 
Alborrelli A., upholsterer, .dwl 1716 Stockton 
Albiecht August, (Schroder Sf A.) res Sacramento 
Albrecht J. B., clerk with C. Duveneck & Co., dwl 

NW cor Dolores and Ses-enteenth 
Albrecht John, tailor, 443 Bush, dwl 423 Bush 
Albrect Joseph, laborer, cor Market and Stockton 
Albiecht Joseph, proprietor Broadway Brewery, 

dwl 631 Broadway 
Albrecht Richard, baker and confectioner, 109 Tay- 
lor 
Albrich George, porter with John Howes, dwl 506 

Sansom 
Alcayaga Jose, groceries and fruit, 527 and .529 

Broadway, dwl 518 Vallejo 
Alcoru Robert S., lamplighter with S. F. Gas Co., 

dwl N s Blnxome bet Fourth and Fifth 
Aldaiia Augustine, saddler with M. Lawless, dwl 

.524 Vallejo 
Alden Annie W. Miss, furnished rooms, 202 Second 
Alden Ensrene B., ship joiner, dwl 508 Folsom 
ALDEN "RICHARD C, chief clerk Sm-sistence 

Depai-tment U. S. A., 204 Sutter, res Oakland 
Alden Samuel B., drayman, dwl NE cor Sacra- 
mento and Jones 
Alden T. S., merchant, dwl 507 Mission 
Aldeison Frank, clerk, dwl 103 First 
Aldred Robert, workman with S. F. Gas Co., dwl 

46 Jessie 
Aldrich Allan, wireworker with H. T. Graves, dwl 

1219 Clay 
Aldrich Frederick C, cigars and tobacco, 613 Pacific 
Aldrich L. Miss, dressmaker, 314 Bush 
Aldrich Robert, laborer S. F. Gas Co 
Aldrich W. A., capitalist, dwl Lick House 
Aldse Gottlieb, porter, 627 Commercial 
Alemaniiia Clul), rooms 411 Montgomery 
ALEMANY JOSEPH SADOC, Most Rev. Arch- 
bishop of S;in Francisco, dwl 628 California 
Alemy F. B., dwl 17 Fourth 
Alers" August, physician and proprietor Russian and 

Turkish Batlis, 722 Montgomery 
Alet Eugene, engineer, -531 Com, dwl 645 Pacific 
Alex J. F., restaurant, 654 Pacific, dwl 6 Card Alley 
Alexander Ann Mrs., (colored) boarding, 837 Bdwy 
Alexander A. P., shipwright Shipwrights' Associa- 
tion, B.irra's Hall 
Alexander Barton S., Brevet Brigadier General 

U. S. A., dwl 30 South Park 
Alexander Charles, foreman Dry Dock, dwl Hunt- 
er's Point 
Alexander Charles M., clerk, 136 Kearny, dwl 216 

Powell 
Alexander David G., carpenter, dwl Thirteenth 

Avenue and P, South S. F 
Alexander Eli, fruits and vegetables, 18 Metro- 
politan Market, dwl 984 Harrison 
Alexander Frederick, express wagon, cor Market 

and Fremont, dwl 139 Fifth 
Alexander George, cooper, dwl 331 Fourth, rear 
Alexander George, seaman P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Alexander George W., carrier Daily Times, dwl 

SW cor Austin anil Van Ness Avenue 
ALEXANDER J. & CO., (Jacob and Leo Ash) 
importers and jobbers clothing, NW cor Battery 
and Bush 



Alexander Jacob, merchant, dwl 632 Geary 
Alexander Jacob A., cigars and tobacco, 2 Clav, dwl 

331 East 
Alexander James, (Simon Wolf Sp Co.) res Empire 

City, Nevada County 
Alexander James, tailor, dwl 223 Stevenson 
Alexander .lames, wood and coal, 434 Sixth 
Alexander James K , accountant with I. W. Ray- 
mond, dwl III Geary 
Alexander J. B., seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Aleximder John, labprer, dwl SW cor Folsom and 

Miiin 
Alexander John, longshoreman with N. P. Trans- 
portation Co 
Alexander John, traveling agent, bds 815 Mont 
Alexander Joseph, (J. Alexander Sf Co.) dwl 319 

Ellis 
Alexander Joseph D., assayer S. F. Assaying and 

Refining Works, dwl 1()I6 Green 
Alexander Kate Miss, actress, Maguire's Opera 

House 
Alexander Laura Mrs., dressmaking, dwl 1007 

. Market 
Alexander L. L., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Alexander Maggie Miss, whipmaker with Main & 

Winchester 
Alexander Max, clerk with W. Sallinger, dwl 39 

Teliama 
Alexander Michael, merchant, dwl 347 Clementina 
Alexander Philip, merchant, dwl 272 Stevenson 
Alexander Rachel, (widow) dwl 433 Bdwy, rear 
Alexander Robert, ship carpenter, dwl 167 Silver 
Alexander Samuel O., clothing, SE cor Diipout and 
Jackson (and S. O. Alexander & Co.) dwl 
125 O'Farrell 
Alexander Samuel, tailor, 144 Stewart 
Alexander S:irah Miss, (colored) dressmaker, dwl 

837 Broadway 
Alexander S. H. P., carpenter, dwl 17 Third 
Alexander Simon, hats and caps, 1100| Dupout, dwl 

1125 Dupont 
Alexander S. O. & Co.. (Abraham Marcus) mann- 
f.ictureis, importers and wholesale clothing, 6 
Battery 
Alexander T. & Co., (A. Ghesneaud) merchant tai- 
lors, 613 Kearny 
Alexander Theodore, (T. Alexander &■ Co.) dwl 

12 John 
Alexander Thomas, seaman, P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Alexander W.. butcher, dwl 507 Mission 
Alexander William Capt., dwl 518 Bush 
Alexander W. F., house painter, E. H. L., Dasha- 

way H:ill 
Alexander Wm., job wagon, dwl Scotland nr Mason 
Alexander AVilli;im H., (colored) dwl 1407 Dupont 
Alexandre Eli, nieicliant, dwl 733 Green 
Alferitz Pietro, ( Delepiane & Co.) dwl 624 Union 
Alford Amasa, lumber surveyor, pier 11 Stewart 
Alger James, salesman with Thomas Houseworth 

&Co., dwl 1714 Mason 
Alhambra Building, 325 Bush 
Alhambra Theater, O. H. Hixon proptr, 325 Bush 
Alison Charles, dwl 347 Fremont 
Alison Charles jr., machinist Risdon Iron Works, 

dwl 347 Fremont 
Allan Charles, teamster, dwl 109 Seventh 
Allan Hugh, gardener, dwl W 6 Buchanan nr Mc- 
Allister 
Allan John, tailor, dwl 9 Ritch 
ALLARDT GEORGE F., Chief Engineer Tide 
Lund Survey, office SW cor Clay and Kearny, 
dwl II Kearny 
Allari Henry, grocer, dwl 216 Ritch 
AUari Josepli, preserved meats, 55 California Mar- 
ket, dwl 9 JSardie Place 
AUdack John, porter with L. & E. Wertheimer, dwl 

Meyers' Hotel 
AUee Daniel, bookkeeper with William S. Chap- 
man, dwl 204 Montgomery 



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Allee Henry, cleik, dwl 304 Montjjomery 
Alleghany Consolidated G. M. Co., (Sierra Co., C:\l.) 

office 37 Merchants Exchange 
Allegria Ydan Hill, lahorer, dwl 1427 Pacific 
Allen Addison F., sni/ar boiler, S. F. &. P. Sngar 

Refinery, dwl Ifi Rnss 
Allen A. F.'Miss, dressmaking, 131 Montgomery 
Allen All)ert J., foreman stible JIarket Street R. 

R., dwl W 8 Harriet ur Sixteenth 
Allen Alexander, weaver Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

dwl Ws Shotwell bet Nineteenth andTwenlieth 
Allen Alfred D., miner, dwl \V s Second Aventie nr 

Seventeenth 
Allen Alonzo W., pattern maker ^tna Iron Works, 

dwl 3? Natoma 
Allen Andrew, porter -with Redington, Hostett«r&. 

Co., dwl 2'J Sumner 
Allen Annie Mrs., teacher music, dwl 911 Sacra- 
mento 
Allen Asa, hair dresser, 402 Geary, dwl 19 Powell 
Allen Barney K., dwl 431 Tehama 
Allen Benjamin, (Bene.dict Jj- A.) dwl 515 Minna 
Allen Charles, mariner, dwl 132 Stewart 
Allen Charles, saloon, 724 Pacific 
Allen Charles C, wire worker with Jos. Gray, dwl 

613 Mission 
Allen Charles R., clerk Bellingham Bay Coal Co., 

dwl 614 Third 
Allen Edward, lodgings, 589 Market and 11 Second 
Allen Edward A., conductor Market Street R. R., 

dwl Valencia bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Allen Edward C, clerk with H. A. Saxe, dwl Post 

bet Powell and Mason 
Allen Edward O. H., druggist, dwl 910 Leaven- 
worth 
Allen Ella B., (widow) dwl 806 Howard 
Allen EUesy, carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
Allen Esther, (widow) dwl 272 Minna 
Allen Eugene A., sash maker with B. & J. S. Doe, 

dwl 'Si Jlinna 
Allen E. W., liquor saloon, 724 Pacific 
Allen Frances, (widow) dwl N s Liberty nr Dolores 
Allen F. W., cloth finisher, dwl 416 Pacific 
Allen George, longshoreman, dwl E s Main bet 

Howard and Folsom 
Allen George A., clerk, 117 Post 
Allen George B., salesman, 118 Montgomery 
Allen George F., plate and \yindow glass, 719 Mar 

ket, dwl 8 Park Avenue 
Allen Heniy, whitener and plasterer, 17 Fourth, 

dwl N\V cor Fouith and Minna 
Allen Henry F., clerk with Allen & Lewis, dwl 

Lick House 
Allen Henry N., merchant, dwl 323 Eddy 
Allen Ibaac'P., ( Heathjield, Bogd & Co.) dwl 1028 

Piue 
ALLEN ISAAC S., secretary San Francisco Benev- 
olent Association, 10 We"bb, dwl 1028 Pine 
Allen James, dwl 227 Geary 
Allen Jauies, Adjutant General, dwl 651 Folsom 
Allen James, barkeeper, dwl 904 Kearny 
Allen James, boileruiaker, dwl 23 Hunt 
Allen James, dockhand S. F. Dry Dock, dwl Hunt- 
er's Point 
Allen .James, express wagon, cor Market and Second 
Allen James, hostler. Front Street O. &, M. R. R., 

dwl Pacific bet Gough and Octavia 
Allen James E., (colored) calker, dwl 15 Clara 
ALLEN JAMES M., Market Street Livery Stable, 

6(J7 Market 
Allen John, dwl SW cor Washington and Sansom 
Allen John, carpenter, dwl N s Broadway bet Leav- 
enworth and .Jones 
Allen John, dravman, dwl 1303 Monti,'oniery 
Allen John, hardware, 735 Pacific, dwl First Avenue 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Allen John, leader orchestra Pacific Slelodeon, dwl 

812 Folsom 
Allen John, molder, dwl 315 Beale 



Allen John, tailor with F. Killpatrick, dwl 9 Ritch 
Allen John J., metal roofer, M. R. E. H. League, 

3.'>2 Bush 
Allen John P. Jr., assistant secretary S. F. Benevo- 
lent Association, 10 Webb 
Allen John S., liquor saloon, 610 Jackson 
Allen Laverna Jlrs., asnistant teacher Tyler Street 

School, dwl 1110 Montgomery 
Allen L. D., principal Washington Grammar School, 

dwl NE cor Pine and Lagnna 
Allen Lewis, driver with Harvey Windel, dwl 910 

Howard 
Allen Lorenzo H., oyster and clam dealer, W s Long 

Bridge bet Hubbard and South 
Allen Louis, boatman, dwl E s Clinton bet Brannan 

and Townsend 
Allen L. S. & Co., (Rufm K. Bartletl) shipwrights, 

spar makers and calkers, 8 California 
Allen L. S. ( L. S. Allen & Co.) res Oakland 
Allen Lucius H. Gen., /'of Allen & Leuix, Portland, 

Oregon) office 200 Oal, dwl Lick House 
Allen Mary Mrs., dwl74:H Pine 
Allen Marion, dwl 214 Broadway 
Allen ( Michael) & Co., f Patrick Barry) groceries 

and liquors, NW cor Folsom and Rausch 
Allen Michael, (Allen & Co.) dwl NW cor Minna 

and Mary 
ALLEN M. W. & CO., carriage mannfacturers, 

SE corner Silver and Fourth 
Allen Myron W.,^M W. Allen & Co.; dwl 149^ 

Silver 
Allen Oliver P., bookkeeper Bank California, dwl 

1437 Pnie 
Allen Peel, laborer, dwl Montana Hotel 
Allen Peter, clerk with Lazard Freres, dwl Shotwell 

bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Allen Prince, cook, P. M. S. S. Constitution 
Allen Richard K., stock broker, dwl 806 Howard 
Allen Robert, Brevet Major General, Chief Quar- 
termaster Division Pacific, office 204 Sutter, 

dwl 1117 Stockton 
Allen Robert, cook, P. M. S. S. Montana 
Allen Robert E. O. H., compositor Golden Era. dwl 

910 Leavenworth 
Allen Sheldon T., molder Union Iron Works, dwl 

502 Mission 
Allen Simon, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Allen Smith M., drayman, dwl cor Seventh and 

Minna 
Allen Theodore H., stevedore, office Cowell's Wharf, 

dwl Russ House 
Allen Thomas, cook, 54 First 
Allen Thomas, plumber. Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Allen Thomas, Union Telegraph office, dwl 272 

Minna 
Allen W. H., collector, dwl 763 Mission 
Allen William, bookkeeper with Walmsley &. Smith, 

dwl 227 Geary 
Allen William, extraman steamer No. 7,S. F. F. D., 

dwl NW cor Sixteenth and Harriet 
Allen William, hostler. Front Street O. & M. R. R., 

dwl SW cor Polk and Broadway 
Allen William, longshoreman, dwl 26 Stewart 
Allen William, molder Union Foundry, dwl 315 

Beale 
Allen William, shell fish dealer, dwl Long Bridge 
Allen William Jr., sawyer with Gracier, Heald & 

Bonney, dwl cor Mission and Spear 
Allen William A., stevedore, dwl 124 Bernard 
Allen William B., reporter Evening Bulletin, dwl 

1010 Powell 
Allen Williatn F., barkeeper, dwl Cliff House, 

Terminus Point Lobos Road 
Allen William II., attorney-at-law, dwl 964 Folsom 
Allen William H., bookkeeper, dwl 910 Leav 
Allen William R., real estate, dwl 910 Leavenworth 
Allen. — See Allyn 

Allers Clua-les,\vatchman California Market 
Alley Henry L., agent, dwl 610 Howard 



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Alley William H., stevedore, dwl N s Greenwich 

bet Saiisoin and MontKoinerv 
Allfreed Peter, uiiner, dwl ■'lO? Miesiou 
Allinfiliani William, blacksmitli, dwl 8 Virginia 
Allis Philip, dwl SW cor Bush and Steiner 
Allison Charles, machinist Risdon Iron Works, dwl 

437 Fremont 
ALLISON, f David E.J LEVY f Solomon) &, CO., 

produce commission, 309 and 311 Washington 
Allison David E., (Allison, Levy & Cc.; dwl 316 

Davis 
Allison Frank J., salesman with Bravermau & 

Levy, dwl 513 Post 
Allison Oscar, with Scheper & Hahn, dwl 636 Com 
Allison Thomas R., clerk A. R. C. Ice Co., dwl 718 

Battery 
AUman George, calker. dwl .507 Mission 
Aliotora^Aiigustus, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Alloway John, cooper, dwl 218 Eighth, rear 
Alltpieter Charles, dwl Henry bet San Jos6 and San 

Bruno Roads 
Allvne John W.. bookkeeper with Josiah Stanford, 

"dwl 1019 Jackson 
Alraada Gregorio, merchant, dwl 107 Fifth 
Alman David, peddler, dwl S s Brannan bet Fifth 

and Sixth 
Almar Charles, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Almeda F. Manuel, laborer, dwl 117 Clark 
Almeda Manuel, laborer, dwl 117 Clark 
ALMSHOUSE, CITY AND COUNTY, San Mi- 
guel or Mission, Ocean House Road, 4J miles 
from City Hall 
Almy John, cook U. S. Coast Survey, dwl cor 

Oregon and Drumm 
Almy Moses B., salesman, dwl 314 Bush 
Aloudia Martineli, stonecutter Stonecutters' Associ- 
ation, 7.51 Market 
Alpass (Charles) <& Grottman, (Peter) boarding, 

5 8 Francisco bet Powell and Mason 

Alpers (Charlex W.J & Reinhold, (George) paper- 
hangers and painters, 1317 Dupont 

Alpers Conrad, musician, dwl 1826 Powell 

Alpers John, groceries and liquors, NE cor Powell 
and Vallejo 

Alpha Consolidated Mining Co., (Gold Hill. Ne v.) 
oifice 419 California 

Alpin James, longshoreman, dwl W s Sansom bet 
Filbert and Greenwich 

Alricks (Hnmilton) & Drum, (James L.) civil 
engineers, office 302 Montgomery 

Alricks Hamilton, (Alricks & Drum) dwl 508 
Dupont 

ALSOP & CO., (W. F. Bnbcock and Tilmrcio 
Parrott) commission merchants, office 430 Cal 

Alsop John, umbrella maker, 346 Bush, dwl Tittel's 
Row 

ALSOP'S BUILDING, 411 and 413 California 

ALSTROM (Frederick) & BROWN (C.) proprie- 
tors Stewart Street House, 104 Stewart 

Alt Christopher, shoemaker, 608 Vallejo 

ALTA CALIFORNIA BUILDING, 529 Cal 

ALTA CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER, (daily and 
weekly) Fred. MacCrellish & Co. proprietors 
and piiblisiiers, office 529 California 

ALTA JOB PRINTING, William A. Woodward 

6 Co., proprietors, 529 Cylifornia 

Alta Lodgings, Ralston & Cottrell, proptrs, 536 

Sacramento 
Altemus John, foreman Philadelphia Bakery, dwl 

531 Hayes 
Altenberg Frederick P., merchant, dwl 528 Kearny 
Alteuberg Joseph, dwl 4 Central Plice 
Altenberg Rosalie Mrs., millinery, 528 Kearny 
Altenburg Ernest, bookkeeper with A. S. Rosen- 

baum &. Co., dwl 822 Greenwich 
AX\hoffIIerniaHn) Si. B&\\\s(J. F. W.) bookbinders 

and blank book manufacturers, 423 Clay 
Althof Hermann, (Althof & BahlsJ dwl 31 O'Far- 

rell 



Althoff Ernest, (Charles Haake & Go.) dwl O'Far- 

rell bet Dupont and Stockton 
Althotf John, house painter, E. H. L., Ditsliaway 

Hall 
AUman Isaac, dwl 5 Filbert Place 
Altman Jacob, cigar dealer, dwl 2C25 Clementina 
Altmaver Aaron, (Einstein Bros. & Co.) dwl 115 

E^dy 
Altmaver Abraham, (Einstein Bros. <fc Co.) dwl 

llo Taylor 
Alton Frank, grain sampler with Isaac Fiiedlander 
Alton Fred., clerk, dwl 507 Mission 
Alton J. A. (widow) dwl 904 Jackson 
Altschuhl Leopold, (Mayfield & Co.) dwl 116 

Tehama 
ALTSCHUL LUDWIG & CO., (Louis Taussig) 
• importers and jobbers wines and liquors, 709 

Sansom 
Altschul Lndwig, (Ludtvig Altschul & Co.) dwl 

Thiid bet Folsotn and Harrison 
Altshuler Levi, millinery and dry goods, dwl S s 

Sixteenth bet Valencia and Mission 
Altube Bernard, dwl 1414 Kearny, rear 
Altube Pedro, (Louis Peres Jp Co.) cor Ellis and 

O'Fairell 
Altvater David, laborer with J. Martenstein & Co., 

dwl SVV cor Sansom and Pacific 
Alvarado Juan C, attorney at law, office 44 and 45 

Montgomery Block, res Oakland 
Alvarez Augustine, laborer, dwl 526 Broadway 
Alves (J. M.J & Pirnentel, (FrancisJ proprietors 

Luzitauia Honse, SW^ cor Drumm and Oi'egon 
Alves J. M., (Alves & Pimentel) dwl SW cor 

Drumm and Oregon 
Alves Joseph, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
ALVEY CHARLES W., stoves and tinware, 911 

Kearny, dwl 1813 Stockton 
Alvis Francis, jobber, dwl 10 Virginia Place 
Alvord Frank, carpenter, dwl 41t) Green 
Alvord Marv E., (widow) dwl 564 Folsom 
ALVORD WILLIAM, Piesident Pacific Rolling 

Mill Co., and Vice President Pacilic Ins. Co., 

office 422 California, dwl 564 Folsom 
Alway James, carpenter, dwl Empire Lodgings 
Amador Josefa, (widow) dwl 505 Green 
Amador Marcellina. (widow) dwl 505 Green 
Amador Mining Co., (Amador Co.) office 419 Cal 
Amark Frederick, clerk with A. Kuhn, dwl 460 

Sixth 
Anmsien Ch., shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Ambler Benjamin, f Wilson & Co.) dwl SE cor 

Jlission and Fifth 
Ambroise Celest, (widow) shoefilter, dwl NW cor 

Tehama and Fifth 
Ambrose Charles D., dwl 26 John 
Ambrose N., laborer with Eiseu Bros., dwl 16 Stev- 
enson 
Ambrose Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Ambruster Mary A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 223 

Kearny 
Amedee Peter, merchant, dwl 409 Post 
AMEDEE (Picot)^ & JACKSON (M.) billiard and 

liquor saloon, 613 Sacramento 
Amend Charles, clerk with Emil Frese, dwl 324 Clay 
Amend Emil, waiter, 647 Connnercial 
Amer John, molder, dwl 507 Mission 
AMERICAN CLOCK CO., General Agents, E. N. 

Welch, New Haven, Seth Thomas and Seth 

Thomas' Sons &, Co., Henry Molineux Agent 

Pacilic Coast, 310 Sansom 
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, Timothy Sar- 
gent proprietor, 319-325 Sansom 
American Henry, clerk with W. A. H. Godfrey, dwl 

760 Folsom 
American Home Mis.~ionary Society, office room 20 

cor S.insom and Washington 
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO., William 

L. Tyler agent, office NE cor Mont and Sac 
American Lloyds, Amos Noyes agent, 406 California 



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American Market, Wni. Msigc-e proprietor, 70:2 Bush 
Aineiii-nn Mininj; Co., otfice'-iOt California 
AMERICAN RUSSIAN COMMERCIAL ICE 

CO., office 718 P.Miteiy 
American Saw Co., William J.Tucker agent, office 

606 Front 
American Sunday School Union, William F. Peters 

a^eut, oflice302 Montjioniery 
Araerige George, printer, dwl HIO Stockton 
Amerson James, stoiiecutier, dwl SE cor Busli and 

Cemeterv Avenue 
Ames A. A., local editor Daily Timeg.dwl 1.5'28 Clay 
Ames Benjamin F., teanifcter with Davis &. Cowell, 

dwl 541 Stevenson 
Ames Eliza C, (widow) dwl 114 Natonia 
Ames Francis B., painter with C. H. Sykes 
Ames Frank M., salesman with Haynes <fc Lawtmi, 

.'iiO Sansom, dwl •>!(} Jessie 
Ames Frederick F., clerk with Reid & Brooks, dwl 

222 Post 
Ames George H., shipping clerk, dwl 3.33 Jessie 
Ames Henry K., traveling agent Wheeler <Sr Wilson 

S. M Co. 
Ames N. E.,dwl NW cor Sacramento and Stockton 
Ames O. T. Mrs., dwl 1 13 Perry 
Amey Charles, machinist, dwl;>17^ Tehama 
Amev Charles II., petroleum stoves, 10:2 Keariiv, 

dwl 3-29 Geary 
Amis Thomas, dwl 520 Sutter 
Amling Frederick L., local policeman, dwl 101 

O Farrell 
Amner George, engineer, dwl 504 Howard 
Amner Thomas, machinist iEtna Iron Works, dwl 

5U4 Howard 
Anion H. A., teacher music, dwl 71 Clementina 
Amos Georire W., driver Engine No. 8, S. F. F. D., 

dwl 1214 Pacific 
Amos John, silversmith with Vander.slice dz. Co., 810 

Montgomery 
Amos John T., millwright, dwl 1605 Jones 
Amos Zaehariah, (Walratk, Hunter Jj- Co.) dwl 

536 Ellis 
Aniuudsen August, upholsterer with E. C. Ken- 
nedy, dwl E 8 Harrison bet Twenty -Tliird and 
Twenty-Fourth 
Amy Gustiivus, salesman 10 Battery, dwl 405 Ke;\rny 
Amy Leon, clerk with Goodwin ifc Co., 3:24 Pine 
Anderau Joseph, preserved meats, 8 Occidental 

Market, dwl 9 Suiter 
Anderturen Emily Miss, assistant teacher North Cos- 
mopolitan School, dwl 7.55 Mission 
Anderturen John, tailor, 755 Jlission 
Anderfuren W. G.. pattern maker with J. M. Stock- 
man, dwl 755 Mission 
Anderlund H. carpenter, dwl 535 Howard, rear 
Andersen A., mariner, dwl 39 Jackson 
Andersen Anders, ship carpenter, bds 20 Com 
Andersen Charles, beaman, hds 39 Jackson 
Andersen Edward, mariner, dwl 39 Jackson 
Andersen John, tailor with William A. Mead 
Andersen Magnus, frameniaker with Snow Ik, Rooa 
Anderson A., storekeeper P. M. S S. Great Rejiuhlic 
Anderson Abraham, dwl 530 Greenwich 
Anderson Alex., carpenter, H. C League, 25 Post 
Au<ierbon Alexander, wood and coal, 801 Stockton 
Anderson Alfred, seaman, dwl 101 Stewart 
Anderson Andreas, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Anderson Andrew, captain Kchooner Brilliant, office 

with Mendocino Packet Line 
Anderson Andrew, liipior saloon, 250 Spear 
Anderson Andrew, local pidireman, <lwl 349 Tehama 
Anderson, Andrew P., Hour packer with J. Martuu- 

stein, dwl Winters Lane near Mason 
Anderson A. P., carpenter, dwl 39 Si.xth 
Anderson A. T., miner, dwl 7~'0 Howard 
Anderson August, seanum, dwl 24 Sacramento 
Anderson Augustus, pi inter, dwl 3 Hardie Place 
Anderson Bawley, wheelwright with Frederick 
Gebbardt 



Anderson Benjamin, carpenter, bds 51 Sacramento 
Anderson Benjamin, seaman, dw! 13i S:ewart 
Anderson Benjamin, shipwright. Shipwrights' As- 
sociation, Bair.i's Hall 
Anderson Charles, collector, dwl 916 Vallejo 
Anderson Chailes, deck hand, bds 531 East 
Anderson Charles, fruits, dwl 622 (irove 
Anderson Charles, janitor, U. S. Court liuilding 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman, dwl 2.50 Spear.rear 
Anderson Charles, (colored) porter, 621 Washington 
Anderson Charles, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Anderson Chailes, with Snow & Rooa 
ANDERSON (Cliarlea A.) &, CO., wines and 

lictuors, 209 Jackson, dwl .525 Tehama 
Anderson fCharlex B.J & Gray, (J'imcs M.J com- 
mission merchants, 205 Washington 
Anderson Charles D., f Anderson <fc GrayJ dwl SE 

cor Butte and Carolina 
Anderson Charles J., seaman, dwl 19 Commercial 
Anderson David, watchmaker with J. McGregor, 

dwl 1117 Kearny 
Anderson E. A., shipwright, Shipwrights' Associa- 
tion, Barra's Hall 
Anderson Edinond, carpenter, dwl 81 Natoma 
Anderson Edward, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Anderson Edward, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Anderson Elizabeth, dwl 16 Aulmrn 
Anderson E. M., plioiogiapher, 634 WasliiuL'ton 
Anderson F. C.,colI'Ctor, olhce 5(5 Mont Block 
Anderson Francis Col., dwl 19:20 Mason 
H Anderson Francis, stevedore. Lumber Stevedores' 
^ Association, Baria's Hall 
Anderson Frank, cabinetmalfer with L. & E. 

Emanuel, dwl 730 Harri.'^on 
Anderson Frank A., local policeman, dwl 1920 Mason 
Anderson Frederick, cabinetmaker with Ueffinger 

& Co., dwl 17 Clinton 
Anderson Frederick, frameniaker with Snow &. 

Roos, dwl W s Clinton nr Bryant 
Anderson Frederick, laundryman, dwl NW cor 

Tuik and Filmore 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Anderson Geortje, ( Frederick Wkite & Co.) dwl N 

6 Jackson l)et East and Drumin 
Anderson George, bricklayer with George D. Nagle 
Anderson George, butcher with Harvey Hall, dwl 

W s East tiet Clay and Wasliinuton 
Anderson George, seaman, bds 51 Sacramento 
Anderson Georu:e, ship joiner. Ship Joiners' Associa- 
tion, 751 Market 
Anderson Gustave, steward, dwl 207 Pacific 
Anderson Heniy, dwl SW cor Wash and Sansom 
Anderson Henry, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Anderson Henry A., printer, dwl 3 Hardie Place 
Anderson Henry C, groceries and liquors, 13 Stew- 
art, and oysters, 45 Washington Market, dwl 
909 Greenwich 
Anderson Hugh, carpenter, dwl cor Russ and Na- 
toma 
Anderson Hugh, with William Monahan, dwl 655 J 

Minna 
Anderson J., miller, dwl S s Winter's Lane nr Mason 
Anderson Jacob, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Anderson James, hostler Omnibus It. R., tlwl 241 

Tehama 
Anderson James, laborer San Francisco Cordage 

Factory, dwl SW cor Sierra and Iowa 
Anderson James, shipwright, dwl NE cor Illinois 

and Lena Place 
Anderson James, sodamaker with Barney J. McGee, 

dwl 12 Kearny 
Anderson James, superintendent Odd Fellows' Cem- 
etery 
Anderson James, tnmkmaker, dwl 15 Second 
Anderson James, watchmaker with J. W. Tucker & 

Co., dwl 169 MiiiiiH 
Anderson James 11., tobacconist, 411 Sansom 
Anderson James S., ship carpenter with P. H. Tier- 
nan, dwl Illinois nr Napa 



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Anderson James W., jeweler ^^ith Victor Hauser, 

dv\-l 1C9 Minna 
Anderson J. D., salesman, 19 Montjromery ^ 

Anderson John, blacksmith with O. F.'Willey &, 

Co., dwl 306 Green 
Anderson John, carpenter, H. C. Leajjue, 25 Post 
Anderson John, engineer, dwl M06 Kolsom 
Anderson Jolin, farmer, office 338 Montgomery, dwl 

De Haro bet Solano and Bntte 
Anderson John, lumberman, dwl junction Market 

and California 
Anderson .Jolin. miner, dwl 507 Mission 
ANDERSON JOHN, proprietor Ocean House, W 

s Drutnm bet Jackson and Clark 
Anderson John, restaurant, 156 Second 
Anderson John, seaman, dwl 24 Sacramento 
Anderson John, tailor, dwl NE cor Dupout and 

Vallejo 
Anderson John Jr., captain schr Ino, dwl 335 Bryant 
Anderson John S., carpenter, dwl S-2S Broadway 
Anderson Joseph, florist, San Jose Road nr Seven- 
mile House 
Anderson .Joseph, laborer with .J. B. Kemp 
Anderson Joseph, with J. W. Davidson & Co., bds 

163-2 Sacramento 
Anderson Lars, seamnn, bds 51 Sacramento 
Anderson Louis, lanndry, dwl 1119 Filbert 
Anderson Louis, male steamer Orizaba, N. P. T. Co 
Anderson M., carpenter, dwl 3S Clark 
Anderson M. Mrs., ladies' nurse, dwl :266 Minna 
Anderson Margaret, (widow) dwl 15 Second 
Anderson Martha Mi-s., dressmaker, dwl 5 Heron 
Anderson Mathew A., teacher music, dwl 630 Sutter 
Anderson Nels, carpenter, H. C. League. '25 Post 
Anderson Nelson, pilot stm Reform, dwl 10 O.ik 

Grove Avenue 
Anderson Nicholas, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Anderson Niles E., Capt. stm Reform, dwl 10 Oak 

Grove Avenue 
Anderson N. Thomas, dwl W s Sansom bet Union 

and Green 
Anderson Oliver, seaman, dwl 127 Folsom 
Anderson Peter, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
ANDERSON (Peter W.J & CHAMBERLIN, 

( WUliamJ gents' furnishing goods, 141 Mont- 
gomery 
Anderson Peter W., ( Anderson & ChamherlinJ dwl 

713 Bush . - 

Anderson Ralph, seaman, dwl 26 Stewart 
Anderson Richard, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Anderson Robert H., lumberman, dwlS s Frederick 

near First 
Anderson Samuel H., mate steamer Pilot, dwl E s 

Sonoma Place 
Anderson Simon, with Thomas Anderson, SE cor 

O'Farrell and Leavenworth 
ANDERSON THO.MAS, Empire Wood and Coal 

Yard, 737 Jackson, dwl 40S Eddy 
Anderson Thomas, engineer, dwl NE cor Sierra and 

Michigan 
Anderson Thomas, sparmaker, dwl W s Kentucky 

nr Mariposa 
Anderson Tiiomas C, clerk Quartermaster's Dep't, 

Headquarters Military Division Pacific, 204 Sut- 
ter, dwl 727 Mission 
Anderson Thomas J., maltster, 8 Freelon 
Anderson Thomas W., St. Charles Market, SW cor 

Twentv-sixth and Mission 
Anderson Thomas W., clerk, 117 Sutter, dwl SE 

cor Leavenworth and O'Farrell 
Anderson Walter B., ex-policeman, dwl cor Pine 

and Quincy Place 
Anderson Warren, jeweler with R. B. Grav & Co., 

dwl 1 1 Selina Place 
Anderson William, caiker, dwl 311 Harrison 
Anderson William, cook, dwl 116 Stewart 
Anderson William, laborer and extraman, H. & L. 

Co. No. 1, S. F. F. D., dwl Truck House N s 

O'Farrell nr Dupont 



Ander.'on William, engineer San Francisco Cordage 

Factory, dwl NW cor SieiTa and Indiana 
Anderson William, longshoreman, dwl W s Ecker 

nr Folsom 
Ander.son William B., clerk with H. B. Tichenor & 

Co., dwl 335 Bryant 
Anderson William G., shipwright, dwl NE cor Illi- 
nois and Lena Place 
Anderson William H., shipcalker, dwl 311 Har 
Anderson William R., (colored) boarding, 31 Pacific 
Andipa B., laborer, dwl 18 Card Alley 
Andlauer Jacob, cabinetmaker, dwl 268 Jessie 
Andrade Antonio, portei- S. F. Herald, dwl 522 Mont 
Andrade Evaristo, foremaii El Tiempo, dwl 10 Au- 
burn 
Andrade Guiliermo, (Gaxiofad; A.) dwl 419 Bryant 
Andre Alexander, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Andreani Joseph, waiter with Giuseppe Cadenasso, 

515 Merchant 
Andreas B. D., chemist with Falkenau & Hanks, 

dwl cor Fifth and Howard 
Andreas Henry F., tanner witli P. Degan, dwl Old 

San Jose Road nr Industrial School 
Andreas John G., machinist, Union Iron Works, 

dwl 351 Minna 
Andiei Louis, physician Italian Hospital, dwl 507 

Pine 
Andreoli Marcellino, fresco painter, dwl 2 Vernon PI 
Andres Christian, professor music and leader Chris 

Andres Baud, office 207 Mont, dvd 610 Bush 
Andres J. P., clerk, dwl 13 Geary 
Andresen Brothers, (Christian and John) carriage- 
making and blacksmithiiig, 607 Battery 
Andresen Christian, ^^«(^/e.«e/i Bros.) dwl 607 Bat 
Andresen John, (Andresen Brothers) dwl 607 Bat 
Andresen John, seaman, dwl SE cor Mission and 

Stewart 
Andresen John, ship carpenter, dwl New Atlantic 

Hotel 
Andresen Peter, cabinetmaker, dwl New Atlantic 

Hotel 
Andresen Peter, tailor, dwl 639 California 
Andrews Ada JIrs , dressmaker, 206 Kearny 
Andrews Alexander, laborer, dwl Ss Fulton nr Van 

Ness Avenue 
Andrews .4masa B.. merchandise bookkeeper Cus- 
tom House, dwl 804 Howard 
Andrews Ann M. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl SW cor 

Sixth and Mission 
Andrews Annie Mrs., lodgings, 15 Second 
Andrews Augustus, carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
Andrews Charles, steward C. S. Nav. Co. stm Ante- 
lope 
Andrews Charles, woodturner with L. & E. Eman- 
uel, dwl California bet Mont and Kearny 
Andrews E. O., furnished rooms, 230 Keainy 
Andrews Frederick S., driver with J. K. Prior, dwl 

13 Mason 
Andrews G. D., carpenter, dwl 745 Market 
Andrews George, painter with Frost & Richards, 

dwl 13 Teliama, rear 
Andrews George, stevedore, dwl 433 Vallejo, rear 
Andrews Granville B., driver Front St. O. & M. R. 

R., dwl SW cor Polk and Bush 
Andrews H., teacher Cal. Bus. University, 204 Mont 
Andrews H. H., dwl 601 Dupont 
Andrews Jeremiah, fireman steamer Cornelia, dwl 

4 Calhoun 
Andrews Jesse B., merchant, dwl 759 Market 
Andrews J. L., dwl 200 Stockton 
Andrews J. M., job wauon, cor Pine and Mont 
Andrews John, helper Risdon Iron Works 
Andrews Jolm R., painter, dwl 1323 Sacramento 
Andrews Joseph, painter with McAlpen <fc Grey 
Andrews Luke, ship carpenter, dwl 236 Fremont 
Andrews Nancy H., (widow) nurse, dwl SW cor 

Jackson and Mason 
Andrews Oliver, wholesale butcher, Ns Ninth bet 
Bryant and Brannan, dwl 3 Harrison Avenue 



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Andrews Peter, hnrnes8niaker, dwl Ws Potrero 

Avenue bet Twenty-second and Twenty-tbird 
Andrews liicbard, stevedore, dwl S s Alta bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansom 
Andrews Rose Miss, dressmaker, dwl 45 Ritch 
Andrews Susan, nurse, dwl 10 Eleventh 
Andrews Tiiomas, clerk, NW cor First and Howard 
Andrews Tliomae, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Andrews Thomas, longshoreman, dwl 36 Stewart 
Andrews Thomas, lumberman, dwl '^0-2 Kremont 
Andrews Thomas J., compositor, dwl 415 Powell 
Andrews Thomas J., maltster, 4'M and 438 Brannan 
Andrews T. N., carpenter, dw^I NE cor Ninth and 

Natoina 
Andrews William, driver Kennedy, Long &. Co.'s 

Expre^'8, dwl 350 Jessie 
ANDREWS WILLIAM O., Librarian Y. M. C. 

A. Library, 2'Sll Sutter, dwl W s First Avenue 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
ANDROS MILTON, attorney-at-law, office 18 U. 

S. Court Building, Battery, dwl 649 Howard 
Andrus George, brewer, dwl 123 .lackson 
Audrus J. B"., with Fassett &, McCaulley, dwl 759 

Market 
Andrus Thomas J., compositor Caucasian and Work- 

ingman's Journal, dwl 415 Powell 
Andrzejowski J. W., dwl 702 Bush 
Anduran Charles, porter with B. Mendeseolle &. Co., 

dwl Dupout bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Audv Edward, (colored) whiiewasher, dwl 808 

Filbert 
Angel J. M., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Angel M. Arecliiga, compositor El Tiempo, dwl 

Bro idway bet Dupont and Kearny 
Angel Myron, dwl 963 Folsora 
Angeli Joseph, agent Ludvvig Altschul & Co., 709 

Sanson! 
Angeliu Thomas, workman M. &. P. Woolen Mills 
Angelis August, tinsmith with Martin Pray, dwl 

1117 Foisom 
Angelius Dederich, driver Albany Brewery, dwl 

58 Clementina 
Angeli Horace B., office Miners' Foundry, dwl 11 

Clementina 
ANGELL .JONATHAN W., apothecary, NW cor 

Fiist and Folso'm, dwl 409 Foisom 
ANGELL W. C., physician, office NW cor First 

and Foisom, dwl 409 Foisom 
Angeliis Theo., dwl 1623 Powell, rear 
Angelo Chai-les A., correspondent, dwl 946 Foisom 
Angelo Saiah, (widow) dwl E s Eighth bet Foisom 

and Howard 
Angerer Charles, boots and shoes, W s Seventh bet 

Minna and Howard 
Angh'Kee & Co., (Chinese) merchants, 738 Sac 
Angle Henry, hniidresser, dwl 3 William 
Angling Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Bryant bet 

Twenty-Fourth and Twenty-Fifth 
Auglum John, laborer, Brannan Street Warehouse, 

dwl 3114 B.-ale 
Anghun William, porter, Sansom Street Bonded 

Warehouse, dwl Cenirjl House 
Angney L. J., dwl Portsmouth House 
Angus Jolin A., supeiintendent Pioneer W. F., dwl 

North Point nr Van Ness Avenue 
Aniberi-y Patrick, latiorer with J. B. Kemp 
Ankele (4eorge, baker, dwl N s Biannan nr Sixth 
Annaberry Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Annajo Felix, dwl 446 Union 
Anners William, night watchman California Market, 

dwl W s Willow bet Fifth and Sixth 
Annis A. G.. niacliinist with W. M. Stoddard, dwl 

Greenwich Dock 
Annis Caroline, (widow) dwl 327 Bryant 
Annis Samuel, foreman Greenwich Dock U. S. 

Bonded Wareliouse, dwl Greenwich bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansom 
Ansaldai Mari, (widow) dwl 1622 Stockton, rear 
Ansbro Ihos., local policeman, dwl 623 Union 



Anscbel Levi, tailor, 204 Commercial 
Anselnio S. .Joseph, seaman, dwl 117 Clark 
Ansiglioni Henry, real estate, dwl 523 Pine 
Ansleth Anthony, brewer, dwl SE cor Nineteenth 

and Mission 
Anson George, wharfman, dwl 28Zoe 
Anson Richard, house painter, dwl S a Geary bet 

Larkin and Polk 
Anson T. F., painter with Wason & Moiris, dwl 

N 8 Filbert bet Larkin and Polk 
Anson William, house painter, bds S s Geary, bet 

Larkin and Polk 
Ansorg Chailes, ( Bernxtein & A.J dwl 3 Shipley 
AnspacherAbr^iham, real estate, dwl 808 Geary 
Anspacher Philip, r Wise <& A.J dwl S08 Geary 
Anspacher Simon, fVVisc Sf A.) dwl 808 Geary 
Antelope Silver Mining Co., office 728 Montgomery 
Anterson Henry A., printer, dwl 3 Ilardie Place 
Anthes Frederick, musician, dwl 27 Morton 
Anthes John, hairdresser and musician, dwl 1004 

Sutter 
ANTHES (Peler) & FLEISCHJIANN, (Charle.i) 

hairdressing saloon, 315 Kearnv 



Anthes Veter, fAntlie.i 4- Fkisckmann) dwl Sophie 

Terrace, near Pine 
Anthony Abram, shoemaker with Marks & Calisher, 

dwl 22 Minna 
Anthony Abram, trimmings, 116i Folsora 
Anthony Albert G., drugaisl, SE cor Butsh and Du- 
pont, dwl S 8 Clay bet Polk and Van Ness Av 
Anthony Edward T. & Co., repackers, 321 Sac, dwl 

N s Oak bet Franklin and Gough 
Anthony Hemy A., clerk with John Prinz, dwl 49 

Second 
Anthony Hyman, peddler, dwl 769 Bryant 
Anthony James M., sheriflf 's ofiicer, dwl 176 Minna 
Anthony John, stonecutter, dwl 507 Mission 
Anthony Marc, barber with E. Shoen, dwl St. 

Mary's near Pine 
Anthony Richard M., bookkeeper with William 

Sherman &. Co., dwl 528 Pine 
Antibo Nicholas, laborer, dwl 205 Third 
Antoine B., laborei- with J. B. Kemp 
Antoiue M., cook Esperanze Restaurant, 647 Com 
Anton D. Manuel, laborer, dwl 117 Clark 
Antoni Henry, cutler with Will &. Finck, dwl 225 

Dupout 
Antoni Maria, (widow) dwl 11 Union Place 
Antonia Clara Madame, feiii ale physician, 14 Geaiy 
Antonio Angelo, seaman, dwl 117 Clark 
Antonio Joseph, laborer, dwl 117 Clark 
Antonio Manuel, laborer, dwl 117 Clark 
Antonio Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Antonio Nicholas, laborer with .1. B Kemp 
Autunovich Flores, coffee saloon, NW cor Clay and 

East, dwl 234 Green 
Antuuovich Nicholas, coffee saloon, SW cor East 

and Commercial 
Anzel Philip, soap grea.^e,.dwl 707 Lombard 
Anzenhofer Louis, farmer, Ocean House Road near 

Industrial School 
Anper Andrew, carpenter, dwl 180 Perry 
Apel Frank, baker, dwl 11 Pinckney Place 
Apel John, architect dwl .522 Sutter 
App Mathias J., furnished rooms, 128 Kearny 
Appel Frederick, miner, dwl 228 Bush 
Appel Julia Miss, saleswoman, 204 Kearny, dwl 295 

Clementina 
Appel Samuel, oil-clothing manufactory, 25 Drumm, 

dwl 21 Clementina 
Appel Sarah Mrs., fancy goods, 204 Kearny, dwl 

295 Clementina 
Appel William, dry goods, dwl 295 Clementina 
Appel Wolf, merchant, dwl 295 Clementina 
Appelbaum Abraham, dwl 632 Green 
-Appell John C, cabinetmaker with W. G. Weir, 

dwl Stevenson bet Seventh and Eii,dith 
Appiarius Frank, barkeeper with F. W. Kanips, dwl 

S 8 Pine bet Kearny and Dupont 



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Appleby Hawley, teamster, dwl E s Fern Avenue iir 

Appleby Thomas, nuiseryman, NE cor Twenty-sec- 
ond and Alabama 

Appleby William, imrseryman, NE cor Twenty-sec- 
ond and Alabama 

APFLEGARTH EDWARD. President Eberbardt 
Mill and Mining Co., office 419 Cal, dwl 47 
South Park 

APFLEGARTH WILLIAM, mining office 419 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 47 South Park 

Applesate J. Henry Jr., local agent Pacific Mutu- 
al Life Ins. Co., 137 Mont 

Applegate John J., clerk, dwl iiS Geary 

Applegate Josiah H., attorney at law, office room 2 
729 Montgomery, dwl 219 Stevenson 

Applegate Uriah, carpenter, H. C. Leasne, 2.5 Post 

Appleton Abram, shoemaker with Marks & Calisher, 
dwl Sherman Place 

APPLETON D. E. & CO., books and stationery, 
508 and 510 Mont, and bookstands SE cor Clay 
atid Kearny, NW cor Mont and Pine, NE cor 
Sac and Leid, and SE cor Com and Leid, dwl 
1010 Fine 

Appleton John, brewer, dvs'l 1218 Howard 

Appleton John, liquor saloon, C23 Brannan nr Sixtb 

Appleton Thomas, Jr. , Superintendent Pacific Wool- 
en Mills, dwl W s Folsom bet Nineteenth and 
Twentieth 

Appo Georgiaua A. Mrs., (colored) hairdresser, 1007 
Pacific 

Appo Junius B., (colored) porter steamer Senator, 
dwl 1007 Pacific 

Apps William J.,furnisbed rooms 720 Market 

Aquilar Nicholas J., carriage painter with Lawtou 
& Co., dwl SW cor Diipont and Broadway 

Aquira Helarin (widow) dwl 511 Vallejo 

Aradella Christiana, dwl W s Noble Alley 

Ai'anda & Co., (Chinese) cigar manufacturers, 616 
Jackson 

Arans Susan Mrs., seamstress, dwl SW cor Dupont 
and Broadway 

Arata Bartolomeo, cook, NE cor Drnmm and 
Merchant 

Araznme Benjamin, painter with Donovan & Con- 
way, dwl 1 13 Sixth 

Arboga'st Frederick, upholsterer with Frank G. Ed- 
wards, dwl 8 Prospect Place 

Arbogast George, dwl 822 Post 

ARCHBALD JOHN, cashier and secretary S. F. 
Savings LTnion 532 Cal, dwl 1312 Powell 

Archer Edward, (colored) watchman stm Clirysop- 
olis, dwl 27 John 

Archer Snsau Bliss, dwl 620 Clay- 
Archer William, machinist Phihtdelphia Brewery, 
dwl 415 Fifth 

Archibald Andrew, trader, dwl 119 Silver 

Archibald James, machinist, dwl 507 Mission 

Archibald Jesse, driver N. B. & M R. R., dwl 319 
Tehama 

Archibald John, laborer with R. & J. Morton 

Arden Benjamin, carpenter, dwl W s Devisadero nr 
Turk 

Arey Charles, captain ship Nicholas Biddle, dwl 536 
Natoma 

Arey James A., clerk with H. K. Cummings & Co., 
dwl 732 Green 

Arey Joseph, captain ship Marmion, office pier 3 
Stewart 

Arey Theodore, first mate bark Oak Hill, office pier 
3 Stewart 

Arey Robert, captain, dwl NW cor Howard and 
"Fourth 

Arey W^alter W.. bookkeeper with Jacob Under- 
bill &Co., dwl 715 Filbert 

Arfort John B., blacksmith 218 Post, dwl cor Ful- 
ton and Octavia 

Argall John, machinist Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 323 
Fifth 



Argeltinjrer Leopold, furrier, dwl 1069 Howard 
Argenti TuUio, marble carver wilh Leon R. Mvers 
& Co., dwl Ws Mission bet Twenty-fifth" and 
Twenty-sixth 
Argenti Thomas, stonecutter, Stonecutters' Associa- 
tion. 751 Market; 
Argoni Felix, dwl 1508 Dupont 
Argyle Tunnel and Mining Co., (White Pine) office 

"37 Merchants' Exchange 
Avjo Manuel, driver with G. Venard, dwl 1409 Hyde 
Armadilla Silver Mining Co., (White Pine) office 37 

Merchants' Exchange 
Armand Edward, compositor Daily Times 
Armbruster Julius, engraver, 611 Clav,dwl 11 Selina 
Arnier Max, fKullmnri, & A.) dwl 631 O'Farrell 
Armer Robert, laborer, dwl Wasboe Place nr Vallejo 
Armer Thomas, cook, 520 Cal, dwl 5 Washoe Place 
ARMES fC. W. & G. W ) & DALLAM, ^i?/cA- 
ard B.J manufacturers tubs and pails, 22 and 24 
California, and importers wood and willowware 
and manufacturers brooms, 215 and 217 Sac 
Armes C. W., f Annex tfc Dallam J res Oakland 
Amies George W.,f Armes & Dnllam) res Oakland 
Armiger John M., boilermaker Risdon Iron Works, 

dwl 312 Fremont 
Armon Edv/ard, barber, dwl 304 Clementina 
Armon Frank, fruitstand, Broadwav Wharf 
ARMORY HALL BUILDING, "NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 
Armour William, wniter Atlantic House, 212 Pacific 
Arms A. J., job wagon, cor Michigan nnd Shasta 
Arms Henry, painter with B. J. DeWulf, dwl 231 

Fouith 
Arms Richard D., inspector Custom House, dwl 530 

Third 
Armsberg B., baker, dwl 507 Mission 
Armsburger Charles, waiter with John Reagan, 

dwl 614 Montgomery 
Armstrong Benard, stonecutter with James F. 

Sharkey, dwl 26 Fourth 
Armstrong Carrie Miss, actress Bella Union Me- 

lodeon 
Armstrong C. C, carpenter, dwl 234 Jlinna 
Armstrong Charles, dwl E s Kearny bet Greenwich 

and Lombard 
Armstrong Charles, laborer, dwl 1103 Clay 
Armstrong Charles, porter Young Men's Christian 

Association, 232 Sutter 
Armstrong Charles, teamster with Thomas & 

Twing, dwl 1103 Clay 
Armstrong Chailes M. & Co., (Matthew Nunan) 
Hibemia Brewery, S s Howard bet Eighth and 
Ninth 
Armstrong Charles M., (Charles M. Armstrong & 

Co.; 'dwl S s Tehama l)et Eighth and Ninth 
Armstrong Christopher, clerk, NW cor Folsom and 

Harriet 
Armstrong Christopher, painter, dwl 428 Hayes 
Armstrong D. B., mechanic, dwl American Ex- 
change 
Armstrong Dennis, dry goods, 1004 Stockton, dwl 

1812 Stockton 
Armstrong Francis, drayman with Meeker, James 

& Co., dwl S s Conrbet Drnmm and Davis 
Armstrong Frank, porter with Rockwell, Coye & 
Co., dwl E s Clinton bet Bran and Townsend 
Armstrong Gustave, cooper, dwl 256 Clementina 
Armstrong Henry, painter, dwl SE cor Harrison 

and Dora 
Armstrong James, dwl W s Alabama bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third 
Armstrong James, cabinet turner, dwl 13 Morton 
Armstrong James, tinsmith, 242-246 Sixth 
Armstrong John, billiard saloon, dwl 159 Perry 
Armstrong John Rev., dwl 120 Hayes 
ARMSTRONG JOHN, wines and liquors, cor 

Fourth and Perry 
Armstrong John Jr., clerk North America Life In- 
surance Co., dwl 120 Hayes 



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Annslrong (John A.) & Linn, (Augustus) coffee 
ealoon 107 Jackson 

AnnstioiiijJolin O., coopor with Erxgraber & Goet- 
jen, (iwl 'J'tli Cleineiitiiia 

Annsiroi'^ John H., hulier, dwl 437 ?ilinna 

Anustroiifr John J., hither, thvM37 Minna 

Aitnstrong -John S., hostier S. F. Packas^e Express 

Armstrong Kate, liquor s-aloon, 431 Pacific 

Arnifitronjj- Margiiret, (widow) dwl 943 Folsnra 

Annslong Peter, cooper with Cutting & Co., dwl 
'250 Jessie 

Armstrong' Kobert, carpenter, dwl N 8 Fulton near 
Laguna 

jVrmstrong Robert, cooper, dwl 254 Jessie 

Armstrong Robert, laborer, dwl :26 Fourth 

Armstrong Samuel C, salesman, 3U9 Montgomery, 
dwl 943 Folsom 

Armstrong Thomas, driver with John Bamber & 
Co.. resides Hay wards, Alameda County 

Armstrong Truman B., tinsinith with Britttln, Hol- 
brooU & Co., dwl 9^4 Stockton 

Armstrong AVilliam, boatbuilder, dwl 26 Stew^iirt 

Armstrong: William, painter and fjraiuer, 529 Kearny, 
dwl SW corner Capp and Eighteenth 

Armstrong William II., clerk Jledical Director, De- 
partment C\il., 417 Kearny, dwl 110 Geary 

Aruad Pierre, wood boxmaker, dwl N 8 Willow Ave- 
nue bet Valencia and Mission 

Arnaud Albert, boxmaker with John S. Gibbs, dwl 
S s Bush bet Stockton and Powell 

Arnaud Ernest, boxmaker with John S. Gibbs, 
dwl Willow bet Valencia .ind Mission 

Arnaud Paul, upholsterer, 223 Sutter 

Arndt George, porter 937 Kearny, dwl 61 1 Pacific 

Arnelius A. P., seaman, dwl 19 Commercial 

Arnes John, carpenter, H. C. Leai^ue, 25 Post 

Aruest John, photographer with Walter H. Cook, 
dwl 28 Third 

Arnesen Soren, laborer, dwl 224 Jackson 

Arnheim Gustave, clerk, 8 Stewart 

Arnheim Julius S., druggist with Samuel S. Arn- 
heim. dwl 8 Stewart 

Arnheim Samuel, clothier, 315 Pacific 

ARNHEIM SAMUEL S., druggist, NW cor Fourth 
and Mi.s.sion, dwl 8 Stewart 

Arnheim Samuel S., cigars and tobacco, 8 Stewart 

Arnheim William, clerk, 8 Stewart 

Arnlioli' Sanders, boot and shoemaker, dwl S s An- 
tonia bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Arno George, dwl N s Noble alley 

Arnold Ames, teamster with Blyth & Wetherbee, 
dwl E s Fair Oak near Tw^enty-third 

Arnold Augustus D., sawyer with B. & J. S. Doe, 
dwl Berry Street House 

Arnold Austin, bookkeeper with Marcus C. Haw- 
ley & Co., dwl 331 Genry 

Arnold Benjamin E., wholesale hog butcher, E a 
Tenth bet Bryant and Brauuan, dwl NE cor 
Folsom and Ninth 

Arnold Benjamin F., clerk with Patrick Stone, dwl 
1008 Pacific 

Arnold B. F. .'i., merchant, office 119 Battery, dwl 
119 Powell 

Arnold Cvrus. f Brown & A.J dwl 609 Folsom 

ARNOLD ELBRIDGE F., books, stationery, and 
periodicals, 427 Kearny, dwl 822 Filbert 

ArnciM pjiiiclie. (widow) 'liquor saloon, 217 Pacific 

Arnold Fenlii.and 1)., butcher, dwl 312 Seventh 

Arnold Frank W., cooperage, 708 Front, dwl N s 
Fell but Gough and Oetavia 

Arnold Geor>;eC., professor modern languages. City 
College, dwl NE corner Geary and Taylor 

Arnold G. IL, agent Bartram and Fanton's Sewing 
Machines, 411 Ke:irny 

Arnold (4. II. Mrs., dressmaker, 411 Kearny 

Arnold John, real estate, dwl 312 Seventh 

Arnold John, tailor, dwl 1.505 Powell 

Arnold J(.hu C, clerk Bella Union, dwl 920 Mont- 
gomery 



Arnold John F., express wagon and agent H. & L. 

Axle Grease, 3-JO Jackson, dwl S s Washington 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Arnold Lewis, grocer, dwl 1507 Mason 
Arnold L. L., secretary, 513 California, dwl 230 

Second 
Arnold Louis, laborer, dwl 11 Pacific 
Arnold Marcus P., clerk, 427 Kearny, dwl 822 Fil- 
bert 
Arnold Mathew, machinist. Union Iron Works, dwl 

54 First 
ARNOLD NOAH S., manager with Schroder & 

Co., dwl 918 Capp 
Arnold P. Mrs., dwl 939 Bryant 
Arnold Philip, miner, (\w\ 733 Folsom 
Arnold Robert, (colored) woodsawj'er, dwl 904 Pac, 

rear 
Arnold Thomas C, clerk with Hecht Bros & Co., 

dwl 337 Jessie 
Arnold Thomas J., chief engineer Southern Pacific 

R.R., dwl 815 Hyde 
Arnold William, laborer, Mission Street Wiiai^,dwl 

906 Vallejo 
Arnold William A., carpenter, 10 Stevenson, dwl 

cor Pand Twelfth Avenue. South S. F. 
Arnot Louise, actress, Maguire's 0|>era House 
Arnot N. D., President Vulcan Iron Works Co., dwl 

611 Foisoni 
Arnott John, bds 423 Bush 
Arnstein Eui;ene, {Stein, Simon & Go.) dwl 507 

Lombard 
Aron A. H., clerk with Peter T. Gannon, dwl 18 

Sutter 
Aron Joseph, ( Weil & Co ) dwl SE cor Van Xess 

Avenue and Sutter 
Aron Leopold, paper hanger, 153 Clara 
Aron Simon, with Wiel & Co., 225 Front 
Arons Morris, furnishing goods, 619 Montgomery 
Aronsohn Sigmund, peddler, dwl 3 Monroe 
Ai-onson George {A. P. Crancr & Co.) dwl 299 

Clementina 
Aronson Jacob, peddler, dwl 1313 Stockton 
Aronson Sigmund, clerk, 125 Montgomery 
Aronstein Adolf, physician, office and dwl 810 Wash 
Arper Albert, raacliinist with Field & Fiei 
Arper Thomas, molder, dwl 507 Mission 
Arper Walter, molder, 507 Jlission 
Arques Joaquin R., (Bolado & A.) room 1, 708 

Montgomery 
Arrambide John B., wholesale cattle dealer, dwl 

600 Jones 
Arrata Luigi, workman with J. P. Tenthorey & Co., 

dwl Vallejo bet Kearny and Dupont 
Arrington Maria L. JIi'8.,dwl 103 Powell 
Arriola Edward, photographer with George D. 

Morse, dwl 417 Greenwich 
Arriola Fortunato, landscape and portrait painter, 

studio 611 Clay, dwl 427 Gieen 
Arrison Henry, carpenter. Empire Mills, dwl 717 

Mission 
Arron L., cigar maker, dwl 507 Mission 
Arrowsniith David B., local ai;ent New York Life 

Ins. Co., 426 Mont, dwl 609 Pine __ 
Arrowsmith John, lony-shoreman, dwl o Zoe Place 
Arsene Lemarte, lauudryman, dwl Oetavia nr Lom- 
bard 
Arsey W. F., shipwright. Ship Ass., Barra's Hall 
Anhira Joseph, confectioner, dwl 4.55 Clementina 
Arthur Edwin M., bullion clerk with Wells, Fargo 

& Co., dwl 1027 Bush 
Arthur George N., (J.D. Arthur Sj- Son) ilvil 1608 

Leavenworth 
ARTHUR J. D. & SON, (Gcorfrc N. Arthur J im 

porters and jobbers agricultural implements, 

SW. cor California and Davis 
Arthur J. D., ,'./. I). Arthur 4^ Sm, ) dwl 1027 Bush 
Arthur Stephen, clerk, dwl 312^ Clementina 
Arthur Thomas, irunkmaker, dwl Ws Bryant ur 

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A rtliui- William S., senman, dwl 312J Clementina 
Artijiiies John, butclier with Louis Artigues, chvl 

N s Sixteenth nr Rhode Island 
Aitigues Louis, wholesa'e butcher, N s Sixteenth 
• Tir Rliode Island, and ret;iil. 14 New Market, 

dwl N s Sixteenth nr Rhode Island 
Arviso B., (widow) dwl 510 Vallejo 
Arvizo Consolacion Mrs., dwl 831 Pacific 
Arzaga Angustiu P., piiuter with F. Biesta, dwl 

1405 Mason 
Arza.sja Edward, tinsmith with Locke &, Montague 

dwl 1405 Mason 
Arzaga Jos6, compositor ■with Bacon & Co., dwl 

1405 Mason 
Arzaga Maria A. de, dwl 1405 Mason 
Arzberger Martin, painter, dwl NE cor Bush and 

Goiigh 
Asahl Adolph, brushmaker, dwl 1019 Pacific 
Asch Julius T., manager Alemamiia Club Rooms, 

411 Montgomery 
Ascliheim E. M., (m'erchant Silver City, Nev.) office 

'2i(i California 
Ash Charles, drayman with N. B. Jacobs & Co., 

dwl 434 Fifth" 
Ash David, blacksmith with T. Ford, dwl 2 19 Minna 
Ash (Gregory, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W s 

Kentucky nr Irwin 
Ash Jacob, f'j. Alexander & Co. J resides New York 
Ash Leo, fj. Alexander c^- Co. J dwl 723 O'Farrell 
Ash Jl.iry, (widow) dwl 7 Mary 
Ash Patrick, clerk, dwl 249 Minna 
Ash Peter, laborer, dwl 551 Minna 
Ash Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Ash Thomas P., publication office S. P. Chronicle, 

dwl 1023 Clav 
Ash William J., Plumbers' Protective E. H. L., 346 

Bush 
Ash William H., salesman 209 Montgomery, dwl 249 

Minna 
ASH BURNER WILLIAM, mining engineer, office 

240 Montgomery, dwl 1014 Pine 
ASHBURY MONROE, real estate and Supervisor 

Fifth Ward, office and dwl 204 Mont 
Ash by Mark T., dwl 514 Greenwich 
Ashcom James E., register clerk l^ourth District 

Court, dwl 313 Stockton 
Ashcroft William, captain tug Water Witch, office 

with Goodall & Nelson, dwl 41 Natoma 
Ashe Matthew, porter, 236 Montgomery 
Ashe Richard P., physician, dwl 510 Second 
Asher A. F. clothing", NW cor Broadway and Bat- 
tery, dwl 1.596 Bush 
Asher James, longshoreman, dwl NW cor Green 

and Battery 
Asher Julius, pliotoirrapher with Baylev & Winters, 

d w 11596 Bush ^ 
Asher Simon, clothing, dwl S s Sac bet Drumm and 

East 
Asher William C, clerk with Jasper M. Ilixson, 

dwl N 8 Tuik bet Franklin and Van Ness Av 
Asherton Emil. clerk Hebrew Observer, dwl Hyde 

bet Sutter and Post 
Ashim Simon, merchant, Hamilton, White Pine, 

dwl 642 Stevenson 
Ashley D. R., dwl 712 Bush 
Ashlev P. S., burnisher Pacific Plate Works, dwl 

7i2 Bush 
Ashlev Samuel C, painter with Wason & Morris, 

3S California 
Ashley Sydney J., master mason, dwl 1606 Pacific 
Ashman Kichird T., engineer, dwl SW cor Sierra 

and Indiana 
Ashmead Gusiayus S., carpenter and builder, 1069 

Market, dwl SE cor Mariposa and Florida 
Ashton Charles, office 434 California 
Ashton Geo'-ge, real estate, dwl Ss Fifteenth bet 

Howard and Folsom 
Ashton Henry, carpenter, dwl Nb Union nr Grant 
Ashton John, variety store, 214 First I 



Ashton William B., lumber clerk, dwl .522 Folsom 
Ashton William C, clerk with S. E. & T. Smith, 

dwl 522 Folsom " 
Ashwoith Henry, express wagon. 154 Second 
Askew Daniel, foreman with J. B. Kemp, dwl 446 

Minna 
Askworth Thomas, sashmakerwith D. A. Jlacdonald 

& Co 
Asmus John, farmer, junction San Jos6 and Ocean 

House roads 
Asmus John, porter with Grosh & Rutherford, dwl 

724 O'Farrell 
Asphaltum Pavement Co., fF. M. Neuval and 

Thomas LarkinJ office 339 Kearny 
Aspin Willson, Pioneer Woolen Mills, dwl North Pt 

nr Van Ness Avenue 
Aspiil William, calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
ASSESSOR CITY AND COUNTY, office 22 City 

Hall, first floor 
ASSESSOR UNITED STATES INT. REVENUE, 

office Ns Washington bet Saiisom and Battery 
Assin William, laborer Pioneer Woolen F 
Assiug, (Chinese) rice packer, 819 Sacramento 
Assiou Henry, tailor with Julius Tammeyer, dwl 

208 Sutter 
Assion Joseph, merchant tailor, 205 Montgomery, 

dwl 348 Third 
Assman (AdolpkJ & Neubert, {Rudolph) butter, 

cheese, eggs, etc., 10 California Market 
Assman Adolph, (Asuman & NeubertJ dwl Vir- 
ginia Place 
Associazione Nazionale Italiaiia, rooms .533 Clay 
Astalas Simon, cabinetmaker with Miller & Rohr, 

dwl William Tell House 
Astell Henry S., compositor Monitor 
Asten John L., job wagon, Oakland Ferry 
ASTON JAMES, tea dealer, dwl 461 .Jes"sie 
Aston Johannah, (widow) dwl 9 Rausch 
Astor Block, 631 .Sacramento 
ASTREDO ANTHONY, Astredo Exchange, 635 

Washington, dwl 914 Vallejo 
Atchinson A. H., captain bark Kutosotf, pier 12 

Stewait 
ATCHINSON B. M. & CO., {BenjominlV. HaijesJ 

butter, cheese, eggs, etc., 7 Occidental Market 
Atchison B. M., (B. M. Atchison & Co. J res Brook- 
lyn, Alameda Co 
ATHEARN (Charles G.) & CO., groceries and 

provisions, 8 Clay, dwl 909 McAllister 
Athearn Joseph H., with Athearn & Co., dwl N s 

Olive .4 venue bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
Athearn William, delivery clerk Wells, Fargo &, 

Co., dwl 907 Clay 
ATHEN^:UM BUILDING, SE cor California and 

Montgomery 
Athenour'joseph, dwl 721 Pacific 
Atherton F. D., office NW cor Sansom and Jack- 
son, res Fair Oaks 
Athey Domiuick, laborer, S. V. W. Works 
Athe'y Morrison C, with Samuel Hill 111 Mont 
Atkins Charles, carpenter, dwl 103 First 
Atkins Eben, clerk with Athearn & Co., dwl 108 

Prospect Place 
Atkins Henry B., groceries and liquors, SE cor 

O'Farrell and Jones 
Atkins Robert C, fOrr c^- A.J dwl 608 Geary 
Atkins William, dwl 32 Spear 

Atkinson David, laundryman. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Atkinson David G., shoemaker with Buckingham 

& Ilecht, dwl Laguna bet Oak and Hickory 
Atkinson Francis, machinist, dwl 1.514 Pacific 
Atkinson Francis, steward, dwl SW cor Hyde and 

Broadway 
Atkinson George Cant , dwl W s Gueri-ero bet 

Twenty-third ana Twenty-fourth 
Atkinson G. F., millman California Mills 
ATKINSON JAMES, importer and dealer teas, 
\vines, and liquors, 538 and 540 Market, dwl 41 
Tehama 



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Atkinson James G., carpenter California Mills, dwl 

103 Firnt 
Atlnn."on John P., steward stmr Capital, C. S. N. 

Co., (Iwl 'i6^> Minna 
Atkinson Joseph 11., real estate, dwl N s Broadway 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Atkinson L.,dwl ^8 Stevenson Building 
Atkinson Niitlian, (Hancock Sj- A.) dwl SO" Misssion 
Atkinson Sfiinnel, master car builder, SVV cor Six- 

teeiitb and Folsotft 
Atkinson Tlioinas, dwl cor How and Green Court 
Atkinson Thomas, s^'ardeiier, dwl Ocean House Road 

nr Industrial School 
Atkin.?on Thomas T., bookkeeper with Lyon & 

Co., dwl '2)7 Second 
Atkinson William, sailmaker, Sailmaker'sAss'n, cor 

Clay and East 
Atkinson William H., flwl W s Guerrero between 

Twenty third and Twenty-fourth 
Atkinson VVillirtm Henry, salesman with Orr & 

AtUiiis. '!17 Mont, dwl Johnson House 
ATL.AXTIC & PACIFIC STATES TELE- 

GKAPM CO., Fiederick F. Low President, 

(iltice SE cor California and Montgomery, in 

liq!ii(l:,tion 
ATLANTIC HOUSE, John McManus proprietor, 

212 Pacific 
ATLANTIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

C. Richardson general agent, otKce NW cor 

Post and Kearny 
ATLAS IRON WORKS, Dunn & McHaffie pro- 
prietors, 24 and 26 Fremont 
Atterberry James M., carpenter Empire Mills, dwl 

51 Th'ird 
Atterliurv Alexander, book'keeper with James N. 

McCune, dwl 408 Shii)ley 
Attinger Gottlieb, bootmaker with Adam Ortb, dwl 

SlOMnrket 
Attinger John, tailor with Aarou Wolf, dwl 1610 

Pacific 
Attridge Arthur, shoemaker, Metro. B. & S. Makers 

Union, dwl 282 Minna 
Attridire Edward, porter with H. Webster &- Co., 

dwl 1010 Filbert 
Attridge James, porter with L. P. Sage, dwl Morse 

Piace 
Attridi^e Thomas, porter with L. P. Sage, dwl S 

s Broadway bet Hyde and Larkin 
Attwood Charles E.. shoemaker, dwl 73 Naloma 
Altwood Melville, mining engineer, dwl 722 Bush 
Atwill Joseph F., (IS. F. Percussion Match Co. J dwl 

542 Bryant 
Atwood Cluirles E., shoemaker with Donovan Bros. 

dwl 934 Folsoni 
Atwood C. L. Mrs., iissistant teacher Boys High 

School, dwl 1806 Mason 
ATWOOD (K. A.) & BODWELL, (H. H.) wind 

mill niannfactnrers, 211 and 213 Jlissiou 
Atwood E. A., fAl.icoud Jj- Bodircll) dwl 1806 Mason 
Atwood F. carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Atwood George, teamster with William H. Nichols 

& Co., dwl NW cor Sacramento and Drumm 
Atwood George A., machinist ..Etna Iron Works, dwl 

E 8 Shotwell bet Twenty -second and Twenty- 
third 
Atwood Willinm T., purchaser copper ore, office N 

W cor Sacramento and Montgomery 
Auber Frank, dwl 6:!l) (Ireen 
Anbeiry Patrick, lal)oier with J. B. Kemp 
Auberi A., pork but(dier, San Francisco Market 

stall No. 10. dwl3 Clairville Place 
Aubert M. M., physician, office 235 Kearny 
Aul)ery Wni.. carpentf r, dwl 30 Ecker 
Aubiuaud Peter, lodgings, 736 Pacific 
Aubrcv Francia O., builder, dwl Chattanooga nr 

Twenty-Third 
Aubrcv William II., carpenter, dwl 251J Jlinna 
Aubrv'CharlcK, tinsmith with G. & W. Snook, dwl 

536 Broadway 



Aubry Joseph, trunkmaker with Chas. Dupuis, dwl 

* NW cor Montgomery and JacKson 
Auderl.md H., carpenter", dwl 40 First 
Andifl'red f Hy polite) «fe Male (Giacomo) wood and 

charcoal, Clav Street Wharf 
AudittVed Hypolite. ( Auiliffreil S^ Male) dwl Bush 

bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
AUDITOR CITY AND COUNTY, office 3 City 

Hall, first floor 
Auerbacli Leopold, merchant, dwl NE cor Kearny 

and Broadway 
Auerbach Louis, "cifrars and tobacco, What Cheer 

House, dwl 340 Turk 
Auiraard Martin, seaman, dwl 104 Stewai-t 
AUGEH, fB. Eusene) CHRISTIANSEN fChris- 

tinn) k CO., importers and commission mer- 
chants, 415 Jackson 
Auger B. E^uaene fA»ffer, Christiansen 4" Co. J 

dwl 841 Howard 
Auger (Jean) & Dutertre (Baptiste) bakery, 1206 

Dupont 
Auger Jean, (Auger S,- Dutertre) dwl 911 Pacific 
Auger Lambert, matliematical instrument maker 

with John C. Safk,dwl Morton 
Augrish Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Augrist John, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W s 

Kentucky nr Irwiu 
Augeburgh Frederick, ( Fawcett &,- /l.ydwl63 Jlinna 
Augstein Henry, hairdresser with Einsfeld & Mor- 

genstern, 9 Second 
August John, laundryman, dwl 10 Scott Place 
Augnste .Josephine, (widow) dressmaker, dwl 636 

Valiejo 
Augustine Morris, bookkeeper w-ith Rosenbaum & 

Friedman, dwl 513 Geary 
Augustus Joseph, painter and extraman steamer No. 

1, S. F. F. D., dwl Engine House Ss Pacific nr 

Montgomery 
Auld .lames, salesman with D. Porter, dwl 645 Com 
Aniiffe Edward, truck, cor Clay and Drumm 
Anlt .loseph, hostler, dwl 21 Stevenson, rear 
Ault Mathias O., miller with J. Martensteiu & Co., 

dwl 54 Third 
Anlt William H.. night clerk San Francisco Post 

Office, dwl 1110 Montgomery 
Auniann Frederick, shoemaker, dwl 631 Broadway 
Aungst Henry, porter with N. R. Lowell, dwl 318 

Pine 
Auradou (Jules) & Bunker ( Rohert F. ) curers hams, 

bacon, etc., 74 and 75 California Market 
Auradou Jules, (Auradou & Bunker) dwl 1310 

Pacific 
Auradou /'^^.^ &. Tortell (William) game, poultry, 

etc., 507 Merchant 
Auradou Leon (Auradou ^- I'ortell) dwl 528 Mer- 
chant 
Aur.is Frank, teamster with Peck & Stnrges, dwl 

San Miguel Ranch 
Aureuu Francis Miss, glove, lace, and silk cleaner, 

111 Kearny 
Aurilly Samuel, waiter, P. M. S. S. Montana 
Auroia Consolidated S. M. Co., (White Pine) office 

419 California 
Aurouge Marcus, barber, 647 Pacific, dwl W s Du- 
pont bet Broadway and Valiejo 
Austen Algernon, pnbli.^her, office 623 Montgomerj', 

dwl International Hotel 
Austen John (J., cli;rk California Insui-ance Co., 

416 California, dwl 15 Powell 
Austin A. C.Jdoddard & Co.) dwl ISRincon Pi 
AUSTIN (Ale.ra.ndcr) & CO., dry goods, SE cor 

Montgomery and Sutter 
AUSTIN ALEXANDER, U\x collector City and 

County, office 1 Ciiv Hall, first floor, (atid 

AuUiu & Co.) dwl 438 Secon.l 
Austin B. C, tin can and box factory, 113 Drumm, 

res Oakland 
Austin Edward, oiler C. S. Nav. Co.'s stm Chrysop- 

olis 



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ffli^u ffsjiLsronfflooc 



SONOMA^ 

OFFICE, 409 BATTERY STREET, 

SECOND FLOOR, SAN FRANCISCO. 

WILLIAM BLANDING, r - President. 

CHR. CHRISTIANSEN, Vice-President. 

JOHN PARROTT, Treasurer. 

AD. WAPLER, Secretary. 

TRUSTEES : 

JOS. A. DONOHOE, JOHN BENSLEY, 

B. E. AUGER, WM. C. RALSTON, 

CHAS. BAUM, WALTER M. ROCKWELL. 

4««»» 

Orders respectfull_v solicited for the following Wines : 

WHITE AND RED WINE, GRAPE BRANDY, SPARKLING SONOMA, 

The above received Honorable Mention, at the Paris Exhibition, ISBT, 

And their Celebrated National Grape. 

OFFICE, 409 B-ATTERY STREET, 

(Ur STAIRS.) 



GEORGE GLAUSSENIUS, 

GENERAL AGENT 

EGLiSGTIG 

Mil ^ INiUlAlil 

OF ^E^V^^ YORK. 



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Office of th^ Pacific Deparfmenf, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

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IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AXD DEALERS IX 




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Corner Battery and Halleck Streets, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

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COACHES. LANDAUS, CLARENCES, COUPES, BEETS, 

Jump Seats, Sundowns, Phaetons, 

MMEm TO)? MM m'm^ i^wmm^^ 

Would call attention to o\ir stock of Light Buf^pics, raanufiicturcd by W. I). Rogers, 
Philadelphia, possessing durability and clearance not surpassed by any makers in the United 
States. Also, Carriages and Buggies from Brewster and Co.. of Broome Street, New York, 
and Jump Seat Buggies from Kimball Bros., of Boston. 



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Austin Emilions, tinsmith, dwl Selina PLice iir Cal 
Austin Frank B., editor New Age, otfice 4 Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, dwl 127 Keiiiny 
Austin G. L., carpenter, H. C. Lea.ifue, 25 Post 
Austin Henry, dentist, office 634 Washington, dwl 

518 Lombard 
Austin Joseph, drayman with W. J. Jones & Co., 

dwl 15 Folsom Avenue 
Austin Joseph, Port Warden, office 32 Merchants' 

Exchange, dwl 331 Montgomery 
Austin Marcus E., f William P. Harrison & Co. J 

res Clinton, Alameda County 
Austin Mary Mrs., bakery and confectionery, 224 

Fifth 
Austin Reuben, drayman, cor Front and Market 
Austin Siimpson, packer with R. A. Swain & Co., 

dwl NW cor (jreenwich and Buchnnan 
Austin Thomas, carpenter, dwl 43 Natoma 
Austin Thomas A., foreman with John Lochhead, 

dwl 2:24 Fifth 
Austin W. F., compositor S. F. Herald, dwl 227 

Sixth 
Austrian Relief Society, office NE cor Clay and 

Davis 
Auzane Arthur, packer S. F. Wool Exchange, dwl 

536 Broadway 
Auzinger Wolfgang, butcher with M. Brandenstein 

& Co., dwl cor Eighth and Braiinan 
Avanceno Joseph, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
AVELINE L. D., slippermaker, 311 Battery 
Avellar Emilio, physician, office 103 Pacitic 
Averell Anson, merchant, dwl 320 O'Fariell 
Averell Isaac M., (DeSoUa & A.) dwl 520 Powell 
Averill Chester C., forwarding clerk Pacific Union 

Express Co., dwl 305 Kearny 
Averill Jackson S., bookkeeper with Black & Mil- 
ler, dwl 469 Clementina 
Averill William, sliip joiner, dwl 331 Beale 
AVERY BENJAMIN P., editorial rooms Even- 
ing Bulletin, dwl 44 Third 
Averv Clark C, carpenter, dwl N s Greenwich nr 

Filbert 
Avery Daniel, laborer, dwl SE cor Sierra and 

Michigan 
Avery D. R., vegetables and fruit, 41 and 42 Wash- 
ington Market, dwl S s Bush bet Octavia and 

Laguna 
Avery EVancis, secretary California Pacific Railroad 

Extension Co., 415 Mont, dwl Lick House 
Avery James Capt., mariner, dwl NVV cor Solano 

and Iowa 
Avery Mary, (widow) dwl 27 Jessie 
Avery Ophelia R., (widow) lodgings, 53 Natoma 
Avilla J. Antonio, laborer, dwl 1 17'Ciark 
Avisseau Charles, wines aud liquors, 630 Kearny, 

dwl 26 Post 
Avisseau Heloise Madame, French laundry and 

dress fluting, 26 Post 
Avosta A., saddler, dwi 524 Vallejo 
Axel William, laborer, dwl S s Francisco bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Axt Louis, shoemaker, 533 Broadway 
Axt William, physician, dwl 507 JMission 
Axtell Myron W., assistant abstract clerk, Custom 

House, dwl 400 Geary 
Axtell S. B., (^Co^;;; (6 A.) attorney at law, office 

729 Mont, and M. C, dwl Nucleus Hotel 
Axtman Hermann, cabinetmaker with Goodwin & 

Co., dwl Rose Hotel 
Axtman Leopold, baker with E. W. Gunther, dwl 

1129 Dupont 
Ayala Cayetano, dwl 527 Broadway 
Ayer Isit'ac, watchman U. S. B. ]\Iiut, dwl 822 

Green 
Ayer Joseph Y., contractor and builder, dwl W s 

Folsom bet 'Twentieth and Twenty- first 
AYER WASHINGTON, physician, "office and dwl 

410 Kearny 
Ayers A., strai'gbtener Pacific Rolling Mills 



Ayers Charles, clerk 11 Keamy 

Ayers Charles P., clerk witli Ellis Ayers, dwl 109 

Sansom 
AYERS ELLIS, importer and jobber stoves and 

tinware, 417 Washington, dwl 11 Kearny 
Ayers Grosvenor P., boolvkeeper with Ellis Ayers, 

dwl 11 Kearny 
Ayers Humphrey, blacksmith with Albert Folsom, 

dwl 524 Linden 
Ayers Ira Jr., bookkeeper with George P. Bragg & 

Co., dwl 776 Howard 
Ayers J. J., real estate agent, dwl 20 Ellis 
Ayers John C, policeman, City Hall, dwi S s Iowa 

nr Mariposa 
Ayers William, dwl 13 Tehama 
Ayei s Wilson D., horseshoeing 19 Sutter, dwl 407 

Sutter 
Ayres F. W. Mrs., dwl 407 Sutter 
Ayies George, driver Bay View R. R., dwl E s 

Michigan nr Shasta 
Ayres Thomas, teamster, dwl 822 Green 
Ayres Thomas J., lodgings, 20 Ellis 
Ayres William, ship callier, dwl Twelfth Avenue 

bet G and H South San Francisco 
Ayres William H., carpenter, dwl SE cor Santa 

Clara and Carolina 
AYRES WILLIAM O., physician, office 14 Kear- 
ny, and chemical laboratory, 509 Biyant, dwl 

25 Hawthorne 
Ayhens Apoline, french laundry, dwl 231 Ritch 
Ayhens Leon, butcher with A. Dolet,dv\'l 2-59 
Ayou Antonio, barber, 11)12 Kearny 
Azeman Manuel, painter, dwl 509 Bryant 



Baas Charles, liquor saloon, 539 Jackson, dwl 
NW cor Pacific and Kearny 

Babb Charles, compositor, dwl 420 Sutter 

Babb Charles O., molder, dwl 73 Natoma 

Babbitt John H., porter with Dodge &, Sroufe, dwl 
425 Fourth 

Babcock Annie Mrs., famished rooms, 845 Dupont 

Babcock George & Co., (A. C. Rand) produce 
commission merchants and agents Lane &, Dev- 
on's mills, Stockton, and Albany (Oregon) 
Flouring Mills, 315 Davis 

Babcock George, (^ Geo ro-e Babcock & Co.) dwl E s 
Second Avenue nr Sixteenth 

Babcock George A., compositor with Wade & Co., 
dwl 341 Dupont 

Babcock George W., contractor and builder, dwl 
819 Howard 

Babcock Henry S., dwl 11 Essex 

Babcock John, porter Boston Furniture Co., dwl 
719 California 

Babcock Warren, calker with Thomas Bigley, 
dwl 31 Market 

BABCOCK WILLIAM F., president Spring Val- 
ley Water Works Co., office 516 California, 
(and Aho'p & Co.) dwl 1 1 Essex 

Babcox Jefferson T., way clerk U. S. Treasurer, 
dwl 944 Howard 

Babcox J. T. Mrs., boarding, 944 Howard 

Babin John B., blacksmith, dwl Rausch bet Howard 
and Folsom 

Babson Edward, (C. L. Taylor & Co.) 38 Cal 

BACA P. & {20.,f Joaquin Perea) wholesale butch- 
ers, Potrero Avenue nr El Dorado, office 533 
Kearny, rooms 19 and 20 

Baca Pablo, (P. Baca & Go.) dwl 822 Folsom 

Bacallao & Co., (Chinese) cigar manufacturers, 642 
Jackson 

Bacalli R., milkman. Union Place 

Baccard August, dwl 9 Gaven 

Baccari Charles, watchman S. F. Gold Refinery, dwl 
N 8 Twenty-third bet Noe and Castro 

Baccia Tomaso, dwl W s Stewart bet Folsom and 
Howard 



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BaccuB Heujarain, {ina fitt«r, dwl 515 Stockton 
HaccTis Bridget, (widow) dwl 4 Laii;^ton 
Baccus GeoifiB, macliini8t,dwl 515 Stockton 
Baicus John B., physici;iii, dwl 515 Stockton 
Baccus John B. Jr. [printer Morning Chronicle, dwl 

515 Stdcklon 
Baccus Iviilianl T., bntcher with Louis Rosenberg, 

dwl 514 OFanell 
Baccus Kohert J. F.. tinsmith with Charles H. Wise 

& Bioilier, dwl S\V cor Pine and Stockton 
Badi Dora M., (widow) dwl 8J7 V;.llejo 
Bach Fredeiick W., bookkeeper with L. Rosenbanm 

&Co..dwlSJ7 Vallcjo 
BACH JOHN, guns and sporting materials, 325 

Kearny, dwl 115 Morton 
Bach Pierre, cook. 1018 Stockton 
Bachelder Davi<l F.. local policeman, dwl NE cor 

Br innan and Sixth 
Bachelder Frank J., clerk. 310 Sansom 
BACHKLPKli JOHX W., iittornev at law, office 

G-'5 Meicl-ant. dwl 1125 Powell 
Bacliel.ier .1. R., carpenter, dwl 210 Mason 
Bachelder X.. caipenter. H. C. League. 25 Post 
BACHELDI:R CT.F.J & xMARRIXER fRufus 

K.) attorneys at law, office tJ(l7 Kearnv 
Bachelder T. F., (Bacltelder & Marrincrj' ibxl 1107 

Ma.-on 
Bachelder Willinm H., dwl 114 Austin 
Bachelder. — See Batclieider and Balchelor 
BatJjeliinr F. A., niillinau Caiifurnia Jlills 
Bacheit Aut;ust, salesman 540 Kearnv, dwl 1125 

Powell 
Bachmau Alexander J. .bookkeeper Pioneer Woolen 

F..c(orv,dwl.^(l:2 Bn^h 
BACHMAN BROTHERS, (Herman S., Nathan 

S., and Uavid S.J impurtcrs and jobbers dry 

goods, 10 Batteiy 
Bachtnau David S., ( Bachman Bros.) dwl 23 Kear- 
ny 
Bachui:in Herman S., (Bachman Bros.) res New 

York 
Bachuian Leopold, salesman with Bachman Bros., 

dwl 215 Kearny 
Bachman Nathan S", (Bachman Bros.) dwl Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 
Bachiach Isaac, salesman, 538 Kearny 
Bachstein Frank, aesayer, dwl Meyers' Hotel 
Bachtiger John, coppersmith with Sanders & BoSn* 

ger. dwl Swiss Hotel, 629 Commercial 
Bacig.ihipi Bernmd, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bacis^alnpi F. R , laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bacijjalnpi Ciiovuni, dwl 824 Pacilic 
Baciiialnpi Gniseppe, woodcarver with Bryant & 

Stral.an dwl 'JUJ Vallejo 
Bacigahipi John. I.ihorer with J. B. Kemp 
Baci-iilnpi J(jseph, woodcarver, dwl 909 Vallejo 
Bacifialnpi I'aulo, laboier wiih J. B. Kemp 
Bacigidiipi Stephen, jobwagon, dwl 1 Gaven Place 
Backe hianci , upholsterer with Schlueter & Vol- 

berg. dwl Booiz Hotel 
Backer Alfred, dwl 520 Vallejo 
Backer George, bds 333 Bush 
Backer William, Pioneer Bakery, 103fi Clay 
BackH Josepli, workman with Henry Fnink, dwl 

64 Everett 
Bacl<iiB Francis, (colored) with Charles Davis, 543 

Merchant 
Backus Gurdon, assistant assessor U. S. Internal 

ReveiMie, dwl 1827 Clay 
Backus Geoiye A., m.ichinist with W. T. Garratt, 

dwl 515 Su.)ikton 
Backus Henry M., waiter What Cheer House Res- 
taurant 
Backus Oscar J., ( Tay, Brookx <fc B.J filfi Battery 
Backus S. W., secretary Columbia River Jlanu- 

facturing Co., office ill Wash, dwl 1520 Mason 
Bacon David, carpenter, dwl 11 Dikeman Place 
Bacon Gi'.ston, clerk with Painter &. Calvert, dwl 

5 Quincy Place 



Bacon George W., clerk, dwl 723 Bush 

Bacon Henry, clerk with N. A. Poole, dwl NW cor 

McAllister and Buchanan 
BACON HENRY D., president Pacific Express, 

office 101 Sansom, resides Oakland 
Bacon Hiram N., miner, dwl SW cor Gough and 

Pacilic 
Bacon Horace, deputy U. S. Marshal, dwl 1318 Sac 
BACON (Jacohj iL CO., fR. E. C. Sleami^J book 

and job printers. 536 Clay opp Leidesdortf 
BACON JACOB, (Bacon <fc Co. J resides Oakland 
Bacon James H., laborer Miners" Foundry, dwl 30 

Natorna 
Bacon Jo.seph S.. a»ent Boston Underwriters, 428, 

California, third floor, dwl G05 Bush 
Bacon Louis L.. sculptor, dwl 5 Quincy Place 
Bacon Mill and Manufacturing Co., (V^irginia, Nev.) 

ollice 414 California 
Bacon Truman F., bookkeeper with Linforth, Kel- 

loi:g& Hail, dwl 3 Front 
BACQUIE HENRI. Pacific Railroad BiUiard Sa- 
loon, 523 Kearny 
Badaracco Jacob, wood and coal, 631 Vallejo 
Bade Henry, cabinetmaker wiih R. H. Orton & 

Co 
Badenhop Henry F., groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Harrison and Tweniy-fourih 
Badger Benjamin, with' City Grading Company, 

dwl corner Fifteenth and Howard 
Badger James, expressman, dwl 22 Langtou 
Badger Oliver, book agent, dwl 845 Dnpont 
Badger Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl 414 

"Market 
Badaer Wm., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
BADGER (VVUHam G.J &, LINDENBERGER, 

(Thomnx E.J importers and jobbers cloihiug, 

agents Willamette Woolen Mills, Oregon, and 

Hallet, Davis &, Co.'s pianos, Boston, 7 Sausom 
Badger William G., (Badger & Lindenberger) dwl 

333 Second 
Badgley E. F. Mrs., milliner, 265 Third 
Badglej' Eugene F., salesman with George C. 

Shreve &. Co., dwl 2(vj Third 
Badglej- Henrv D., messenger Custom House, dwl 

41«Tehan*a 
Badgley William, tailor, dwl 324 Dnpont 
Badgley William H., chief clerk Assessor U. S. 

Internal Revenue, dwl 418 Tehama 
Badiniier Louis, dwl 719 Maiket 
BADLAM ALEXANDER J K., agent Samnel Bran- 
nan, and Supervi.~or elect Sixtli Ward, office 420 

Montgomery, dwl 703 California 
Badt Alexander L., bookkeeper, 106 Battery, dwl 

927 Slitter 
Badt Morris, clothing, 520 .Sac, dwl 330 Eddy 
Baehr Ferdinand, ( iVt/liam Baehr <fe Co.j dwl N s 

Sacramento bet Polk and Van Ness Avenue 
BAEHR WILLIAM & CO., ( Ferdinand BaehrJ 

mainifactnring jewelers. <il9 Sacramento 
Baehr William, /' llW/i«m Baehr & C'o.y dwl 740 

O'Farrell 
Bail'a Charles, painter, dwl 2 Vernou Place 
Bagge Frederick C. S., bookkeeper with J. De- 

Fienierv i"t Co., dwl 347 Je.<sie 
Baggela Louis, cook with J. E. Sorbier, dwl 840 

Sjcramento 
Baggott Charles, (Taylor 4- Co.) dwl 16 Commer- 
cial 
Baggs Isaac, (Pariah B. Sf Laddj attorney at law, 

office 7:i9 Montgomery, dwl 322 Sixth 
Baggs Montgomery M., compositor Figaro, dwl 322 

Sixth 
Bagtfs Thomas, laborer, dwl 122 W^illiam 
Bagley Charles O., sawinaker with American Saw 

Co., dwl 606 Front 
Bagley Daniel, stonecutter, dwl S 8 Natoma bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Bagley David T., mining secretary, office 401 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 937 Sutler 



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Bn<i;ley Jolianna Miss, chambermaid Lick House 
Bagley John, with S. V. Water W. Co., dwl 214 

Broiidway 
Bagley John W., deputy naval officer, office Custom 

House, dwl Ruiss House 
Bagley Miggie, chauiheruiaid Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Bagley Newton, i)hotographer with Waiter H. CooU, 

^ dwl 'J8 Third 
Bagley Townsend, dwl 45 Everett 
Bagnell Bridget, (widow) liquor saloon, 33 Sac 
Bagnell Eliz;i Mrs., furnished I'ooms, 8'-!4 Wiishington 
Bagot J. J. H., salesman with J. H. O'Brien &. 

Co., dwl 634 Sacrainento 
Bahdolf Michael, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bahlmaiin Henry, clerk Philadelphia Brewery, dwl 

832 Harrison 
Bahls J. F. W., (AUhnf Sf B.J dwl 31 O'Farrell 
Bahman Adol|)h, jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co., 

dwl 928 Clay 
Bahr Matilda, (widow) dwl Es Chattanooga bet 

Twenty second and Twenty-third 
Bahr Willian), bootmaker with Joseph Gntberlet, 

dwl 221 Kitch 
Babrs Andrew, groceries and liquors, NE cor Davis 

and Jackson 
Bailey (A. J.J & Garfield (H.) club room, 305 

Montgomery 
Bailey Alexander, shipwright, dwl cor Berry and 

Madden 
Bailey Amos J., miner, dwl 721 Bush 
Bailey Annie M., (widow) dwl 1423 Kearny 
Bailey A. ^i., pile driver with E. C. Boobar & Co., 

dwl cor Berry and King 
Bailey B.. dwl SE cor Howard and Second 
Bailey (Bynm) & Smith ( WilUnrn) manufactur- 
ers school fiiriiitnre andoffice desks, 51 Beale 
Bailey Byron, ( Badey & Smiikj dwl 166 Tehama 
Bailey (fharlvs, carpenter, dwl 209 Second 
Bailey Charles E., expressman, cor Market and 

Battery, dwl 11)21 Sutter 
Bailey Charles H., grocer, dwl Portsmouth House 
Bailey Charles P., ' clerk S. F. Postoffice, dwl 924 

Jackson 
Bailey Clii'istopher, blacksmith, dwl 637 Post, rear 
Bailey Doe, bri Mayer, Bricklayers' Protective As- 
sociation, 715 Market 
Bailey Edward, seaman, dwl 112 Stewart 
Bailey Frank, Excelsior Restaurant, 25 Third, dwl 

J 21 Ellis 
Bailey, (George) Clark {Alfred) & McLean /^ T^zY- 

liam / l(i(igiMy:s, .522 Commercial 
Bailey Heiuy, dwl 19 Fifth Avenue 
Bailey lleiiiy, l.iborer S. F. Cordage Factory, dwl 

E s Indiana bet Sierra and Nevada 
Bailev Henry, jiaiiiter, dwl 414 Jones 
Bailey Hen:y E., clerk with N. B. Edtrerly & Co 
Bailey Isaac" L., teamster Geuessee Flour Mills, dwl 

911 Harnson 
Bailey Jacob E., brickmason and extraman steamer 

No. 4, S. F. F. D , dwl 3 Hubbard 
Bailey James, clerk, dwl 225 Second 
Bailey James, seaman, dwl 132 Stewart 
Bailey James D , clerk Union Ins. Co., 416 Cal 
Bailey John, painter with McAlpen &' Grey, dwl 

2-57 Clementina 
Bailey Joseph H., crockery and glassware, 1513 

Stocluon, dwl 830 Union 
Bailey Justice, harness maker, N s Twenty-fourth 

bet Nebraska and Vermont 
BAILEY L. H , proprietor Portsmouth House, 1 

Brenham Place 
Bailey L. H. Jr., chemist and assayer, dwl Ports- 

nioutli House 
Bailey Minnie M. Mrs., dwl 823 Montgomery 
Bailev Nathan J., salesman with I. W. W. Brown, 

dwl 516 Third 
Bailey Oirin, iipholsterer with Yard & Fletcher, 

dwl lA'Si Kearny 
Bailey Patrick, dealer, dwl S s Brannan nr Clinton 



Bailev Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bailed Richaid, (Root & B.) res Oakland 
Bailey Samuel, carpenter, dwl 12(t Natoma 
Bailey Sarah, (widow) dwl 257 Clementina 
Bailey Sarah M., (widow) dwl 757 Howard 
Bailey Thomas, foreman S. F. Wool Exchange, dwl 

1318 Montgomery 
Bailey T. W., liquor saloon, NW cor Mission and 

First, res Oakland 
Bailey Williiim, machinist Pacific Rolling Mill, dwl 

2(5 DeBoom 
Bailey William, mariner, dwl 26 Freelon, rear 
Baillv Achille, (BniUy Brothers) dwl 514 Filbert 
Bailly Arthur, (Bnilly Brothers) dwl 514 Filbert 
Bailly Brothers, (Arthur nnd Achille) pork and 

s.iusages, 7\ California Market 
Baiiv A. H., hotelJseeper, dwl SW cor Fell and 

Gongh 
Baily David, carpenter, dwl SWcor Fell and Gongh 
Baily Patrick, laborer, dwl 306 Minna 
Baily William, real estate, dwl 124 Silver 
Bailv William J., proprietor Isthmus House, 54 

First 
Baily. — See Bayley, Bayly, and Bailey 
B;iin Alexander, longshoreman, dwl 425 Greenwich 
Bain James S., housesmith with Jonathan Kittredge, 

dwl 45 Clementina 
Bain J. H., printer, Eureka Typographical Rooms, 

539 Washington 
Bp.in Mary, (widow) (colored) dwl 13 Scott Place 
Bainbridge Arnop, policeman, City Hall, dwl 532 

Sixth 
Baine G. W. & Co., (J. M. Pattee, G. R. McNahb, 

and T. J. Gallagher) Palace Dollar Store, 521 

Kearny 
Baine G. W., (G. W. Baine & Co.) res New York 
Baine Robert, bricklayer, B. P. Ass., 751 Market 
Baines William, shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra'sHall 
Baird Andrew, marine secretary Pacific Insurance 

Co.. dwl Occidental Hotel 
Baird George H., ( Wulzen, B. & Co.) dwl 1063 

Market 
Bail d James M., printer with M. D. Carr & Co., 

dwl 1305 Powell 
Baird John, laborer, dwl 507 Mission 
Baird John H., real estate, dwl 3l'6 Kearny 
Baiid Samuel H., miner, dwl 1305 Powell 
Bajser Theodoie, jjorter with G. Groezinger, dwl 

627 Commercial 
Bakeman Peter C, clerk with H. H. Schortemeier, 

dwl NE cor Piospect Place and California 

Baker , machinehand Empire Mills, res Oakland 

Baker Albert, clerk, dwl 742 Washington 

Baker Albert, (BoUe & B.) dwl NE cor Kentucky 

and Gilmore 
Baker Betsey, (widow) dwl 520 Union 
Baker Caspar, carriage trimmer, 733 Mission 
Baker Caspar, tanner, dwl Ws San Brnno Road ur 

Flume House 
Baker Charles, painter, dwl 7 Clairville Place 
Baker Charles E. J. G., cigar maker with J. Kam- 

niitter, dwl 5 Cottage Place 
Baker Charles H., salesman with John P. Molt, dwl 

432 Third 
Baker Christian, baker with E. A. Eugelberg, dwl 

136 Shipley 
Baker Colin C, (Stevens, B. S,- Co.) res Prov- 
idence, R. I. 
Baker Coniad, assayer S. F. Assaying and Refining 

Works, dwl 527 Tehama 
Baker David, with Samuel Baker, dwl 212 Powell 
Baker Col. E. D. Mrs., dwl 537 Third 
Baker Eugene J., drayman with E. W. Dore, dwl 

340 Fifth 
Baker Fred., baker, dwl 630 Green 
Baker Fred. D., ( Kirchhoff \ B.) dwl .5.37 Sac 
Baker Fredeiick, seaman, dwl 19 Commercial 
Baker Fredeiick W., machinist Vulcan Iron Works 

Co., dwl 13 Tehama 



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Bilker Georije, machinist, dwl 504 Howard 

Baker Geor;Lie, laborer with Eisen Brothers, dwl 16 

Steveiison 
Baker Otoru'e H.. lithographer, office 408 California, 

dwl 915 Powell 
Baker George J., caterer, dwl 417 Post 
Baker George L. , nielter S. F. AssHvini^ and Refining 
Works, dwl S e Brviint bet Seventh and Kiiihth 
Baker Gerslien A., m'achinehand Empire Mills, 33 

Fremont, res Oakland 
Baker Henry, fCreaton if B.) dwl E 8 Grove Av 

nr Hrviint 
Baker Henry, clerk, dwl 23 Mos8 
Baker Henrv E., auctioneer, 7:25 Montgomery, dwl 

61S CaliVori.ia 
Baker H. Y. engineer with D. A. McDonnld & Co 
Baker Isaac F., local policemantdwl SW cor Mason 
1 and Jackson 
I Baker Isaiah, Ctiptain, dwl 1514 Mason 

Baker James W., minstrel Magnire's Opera House 
j Baker J. B., bookkeeper, dwl 1^15 Polk 

Baker John, conductor, dwl 157^ Teiiama 
; Baker John, farmer, dwl Point Lobos Road nr 
j Honier'tead House 

Baker John, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
I JJaker John C. boxmaker with Hobbs, Gillraore & 
; Co., dwl 8 Stewart 

Baker John E., coachman Occidental Hotel, dwl 
I 225 Fourth 

Baker John E.. clerk pier 5 Stewart, dwl S side 
I Mission bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 

I Baker John H., clerk with D. E. Annleton & Co., 
! dwl 900 Cl.iy 

, Baker John S., clerk San Francisco Directory, dwl 
j 131 Jlontgomery 

I Baker Joseph, blacksmith, dwl 906 Folsom 
! Baker Joseph, laborer, dwl 409 Green 
j Baker Judali jr., (Utevens, Baker Sf Co. J dwl 1022 
I Pine 

Baker L. G., carpenter. H. C. Leasme, 25 Post 
BAKER (L. L.J &. HAMILTON (Robert) import- 
ers and jobbers sigricnltural implements, ma- 
chines, iiardware, etc., i:3-19 Front, and 9 and 
15 J streets, Sacramento 
Baker Louis F., produce commission, 122 Washing- 
ton, dwl 1014 Leavenworth 
Baker Louis F. Jr., clerk 122 Washington, dwl 1014 

Leavenworth 
Baker Lntlier, carpenter, dwl 2.50 Stevenson 
B.ker Mary, (widow) dwl 114 Perrv 
Baker Marv, (widow) dwl 103 Perrv 
I Baker .Mary, (widow) dwl 306 Dupont 
I Baker M. C, carpenter, dwl 414 Market 
' Baker Melville C, traveling agent Florence Sewing 
Macliines, 111 Montgomery, dwl 25 Fifth Avenue 
Baker Morgan, surveyor, dwl'oO? Mis-sion 
Baker Nortuan, dwl '55 Minna 
Baker O. F.. stevedore and extraman steamer No. 1. 
S. F. F. D., dwl Engine House Pacific nr Jlont- 
gomery 
Baker Orrin V., foreman machine shop with Tay. 

Brooks & Backus, res Oakland Point 
Baker Philip, cabinetmaker with N. G. Nordin & 

Co., dwl N s Brannan bet Fifth and Si.xth 
Baker R-iphael, lamplitrhter S. F. Gas Co., dwl 

271 Minna 
Baker R. B., carpenter, dwl Mission nr Eighth 
Baker Samuel, bookkeeper with Stevens, Baker & 

Co., dwl 1022 Pine 
Baker Samuel, boots and shoes, 906 Market, dwl 10 

Sixth 
Baker Samuel, clerk with William H. Gleason, dwl 

271 Minna 
Baker S B., carpenter, H. C. Leagne, 25 Post 
Baker S. F., carpenter, dwl St. Nichola-s Hotel 
Baker Stephen N. , general wharfinger Harbor 

Com., dwl lOS Silver 
Baker Svlvester C, mariner, dwl 618 Tavlor 
Baker Terry J., (Ron. Sf Il.j dwl 225 Bush 



Baker Thomas, bricklayer, B. P. Asa., 751 Market 
Baker Thomas C, carpenter, bds 815 Montgomery 
Baker William, carpenter, dwl Prospect Place, 

Benial Hights 
Baker William, plumber. Pro. E. H. L , 546 Bush 
Baker William, waiter P. M. S. S. Constitution 
Bakker Rayer E., clerk with John Hoogttad, dwl 

1307 Kearny 
Balan Mercedes Sirs., dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway- 
Balard George, sign writer, dwl 31 Everett 
Balann Joseph, tailor with Peter Shoit, dwl 505 

Bnsl, 
B;ilch Henry, miner superintendent, dwl 15 Harriet 
Balch Horace AI.. repairer nuisical instruments, 228 

Sutter, dwl 614 Taylor 
Balch J. W., captain ship Elizabeth Kimball, pier 

12 Stewart, dwl 15 Harriet 
Balch Stephen M., ^jff. T. Fairbanks Jf- Co.) dwl 

505 Leavenworth 
Balcom Harry, barkeeper with D. Green, dwl Ocean 

Side Hou.se 
Baldridge M., salesman with William Sherman & 

Co., dwl 528 Pine 
Baldwin Abel, compositor Examiner, dwl W s Du- 
pont nr Was^hin^ton 
Baldwin Addison H., watchmaker and jeweler, 12 

Sixth 
Baldwin Albert S., physician, office and dwl 208 

Kearny 
Baldwin Alexander R., merchant, office 216 Front, 

dwl 9l'3 Jackson 
Baldwin Alfred W., foreman with George K. Porter, 

dwl 418 Minna 
Baldwin Amos B., (JH. Mnffat & Co.) dwl E & 

Potrero Avenue nr Si.xteenth 
Baldwin Charles 11., (C. Auolphe Low & Co.) re- 
sides Europe 
Baldwin Charles M., driver N. B. & M. R. R., dwl 

413 Fourth 
Baldwin E. J., real estate, dwl Nucleus Hotel 
Baldwin George E., inspector Custom House, dwl 

1305 Stockton 
Baldwin Henrv C, f'-uit. Third nr Berry 
BALDWIN HIRAM S., physician aiid snrgeon, 

office 612 Clay, dwl C0.> Sutter 
Baldwin .Ieremi;ifi, distiller, dwl Es Columbia bet 

Solano and Butte 
Baldwin J. 31., civil engineer, dwl 1120 Powell 
Baldwin J. Riley, oysterraan with Patrick Lynch, 

E s Third nrFofsom 
BALDWIN LLOYD, attorney at law, office 502 

Montjromerv, dwl 613 Pine 
BALDWIN M.'.M. & Co., (Charles H. Dewey) im- 
porters and manufacturers watches and jewelry, 

433 3Ii>ntgomery 
Baldwin Marcus M., fM. M. Baldwin £ Co.) dwl 

1711 Polk 
Baldwin Nellie Miss, assistant teacher Union Gram- 
mar School, dwl 1305 Stockton 
Baldwin Oliver T., clerk forwarding department 

Wells, Fargo & Co., dwl 1703 Leavenworth 
BALDWIN c OrivV/f D.J & BERTZ, (Jacob) pro- 
prietors New York BakeiT, 626 and 628 Kearny 
Baldwin Orville D., (Ualdir'm it Bertz) dwl West 

End Hotel 
Baldwin Sidney F., law student with J. B. Felton, 

resides Oakland 
Baldwin Starr, physician, dwl Coso House 
Baldwin Thomas, dwl W s Spear bet Mission and 

Howard 
Baldwin Thomas S., porter with Miller & Co., dwl 

4 Virginia Place 
Baldwin T. Z., calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Baldwin, William H., ship carpenter, dwl 7 Liberty 
Bale James, waiter, dwl 411 Sansom 
Balendo Peter, driver, dwl 1210PoWell 
BalfJlichael, barkeeper Occidental Hotel 
Baltour James, third officer P. M. S. S. Golden City 



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BALFOUR, (Robert) GUTHRIE (Alexander) Si. 

CO., cimimission inerchauts, office 430 Cal 
Balfour Robert, (Balfour, Guthrie & Co.) dwl 504 

Stockton 
Baliiik Herman, cabinetmaker -with Goodwin & 

Co., dwl 163 Silver 
Balk Amelia Miss, whipmaker with JIain & Win- 
chester 
Balk Stephen S., foreman with J. B. Kemp, dwl Ss 

Cbesinut bet Stockton and Powell 
Balke ( William) & Tiefgen (John Henry) grocer- 
ies and liquors, 41-5 Brannan 
Balke William, ( Bnlke & Tiet^en) dwl 41.5 Bran 
Ball Albert, plivsician, dwl Broadwav Block Hotel 
Ball Charles, dwl 730 Sutter 
Ball Charles, porter with E. Cunimius & Co., dwl 

215 Riich 
Ball Cliarles B.. carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
Ball Charles T., cook with Russell & Hall, dwl cor 

Eddy and Larkiu 
Ball David H., bookbinder with John B. Melntyre. 

dwl 54 Minna 
Ball George, longshoreman, dwl 132 Stewart 
Ball Georjie A. , bookkeeper with Adams, Blinn &: 

Co., dwl 731 Bush 
Ball George E.. oysterman with George F. Kohler, 

dwl 17 Verona 
Balllsidor /^J. <£• /. Cohn& Co.; resides New York 
Ball Joel, dentist, office 645 Clav, dwl 1210 Union 
Ball John, dwl 1320 Stockton 
Ball John S., machinist, 620 Com, dwl .507 Hayes 
Ball Mary, (widow) dwl 905 Howard 
BallN. A. H., Supervisor U. S. Internal Revenue for 

C:ilifornia, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona, office 

SW cor California and Sausom, dwl Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 
Ball Randolph D., ship carpenter with Henry J. 

Ervine, dwl 805 Leavenworth 
Ball R. C. carpenter. H. C. Leasue, 25 Post 
BALL (Richard) & WELLERYP. i7.; butchers, 

San Francisco Market 
Ball Richard, (Ball if Weller) dwl Welch near 

Fourth 
Ball_ Thomas M., printer with T. DeM. Hylton, dwl 

357 Minna 
Ball William, longshoreman, dwl 26 ]\Iain 
Ballantine Robert, clerk with John Wigmore, dwl 

120 Spear 
Ballard Charles, lodginss, 208 Leidesdoiff 
BALLARD (Dunne) & HALL /^/.soffp R.) com- 
mission merchants, NE corner Cal and Davis 
Ballard Dnane, (Ballard & Hall) dwl 1006 Bush 
Ballard Edward P., bookkeeper Overland House, 

531 Sacramento, dwl 224 Fourth 
Ballard E. J., carpenter, dwl Coso House 
Ballard George, sign writer with John W. Cherry, 

dwl 31 Everett 
Ballard Hooker, Sacramento Messenger Pacific 

Union Express Co 
Ballard John. (\V. H. Martin & Co.) office 52 

Montgomery Block 
Ballard John, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Ballard John W., clerk, dwl 3 Taylor 
Ballecher P'rank, laborer, dwl 228 Bnsh 
Ballenburg Edward, musician, dwl 10 Quincy 
Bailent William, employe with Goodwin & Co.. 

322 Pine 
Ballentine George, oiler P. M. S. S. Montana 
Ballentine Henry, ship carpenter, dwl 67 Minna 
BALLENTINE JAMES, mason and builder, office 

.324 Sansom, dwl N s Jessie nr Ninth 
Ballentine John P., mason, dwl N s Jessie between 

Ninth and Tenth 
Ballentine Robert, salesman with John Wigmore, 

dwl 668 Howard 
Ballentvne Andrew, laborer, dwl 132 First 
Bailey Edward J., dwl 1615 Washington 
Ballhaus Frederick, dwl W s Leavenworth bet 

Lombard and Greenwich 



Ballheimer Charles, porter with Voizin, Ris & Co., 

dwl 704 Larkiu 
Ballieumer Charles H., clerk with Voizin, Ris & Co., 

dwl 704 Lai kin 
Balliuirer Andrew, laborer, dwl E s Gilbert bet 

Bryant and Branuan 
Ballinger John, painter, 974 Harrison 
Ballinger PatricK R., wool grader, dwl E s Gilbert 

bet Bryant and Brannan 
Ballinger "Philipina, millinery, NE cor Minna and 

Second 
Ballinger William, hackman, American Exchange 
Ballinger W. M., compositor S. F. Chronicle, dwl 

S s Lincoln nr Tavlor 
Ballis D. D.. dwl Niaiitic Hotel 
Ballon L.. employ^ with Goodwin & Co., 322 Pine 
Ballon William N., foreman with D. Lamar, dwl 

E s Valencia nr Seventeenth 
Ballser Charles, butcher, with Louis Peres & Co., 

dwl White Place bet Seventh and Eighth 
Balnier James, fireman P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Balny Alexander. (M. PerpoU d; Co.) dwl .529 Pine 
Baltasar Loellner, tanner, dwl Twenty-sixth bet 

Howai d and Mission 
Balthrop L. W., carpenter, dwl 227 Jlinna 
Balton Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Balz Adolph, clerk Chief Quartermaster Div. Pac, 

204 Sutter, dwl 558 Brvant 
Balzer Henry, (Ziel, Berthean & Co.) 122 Cal 
Bamar Frederick, shoemaker with Marks & 

Calisher 
BAMBER JOHN & CO., (.Toi^eph J. Bamher and 

R. L. Taylor) Contra Costa Express, SW cor 

Davis and Jackson 
Baniber John, (John Bamher & Co.) dwl 1012 

Montgomery 
Bamher Joseph "j., (John Bamher & Co.) dwl 1012 

Montgomery 
Bamberger Charles, clerk with Thurnauer &, Zinn 

dwi 435 Pine 
Bambergner James, architect, dwl 228 Post 
Bambnrgh Charles, painter, bds 423 Bnsh 
Hamburgh Frank, painter, bds 423 Bush 
Hamburgh George, painter, bds 423 Bush 
Bamtield J. F., calker. Ship C. Ass.. Barra's Hall 
Bamford Alfred, vocalist Bella Union, dwl 1315 

Stockton 
Banaher Patnck, hostler with W. A. Johnston, dwl 

333 Bush 
Bancroft Albert L., (H. H. Bancroft & Co.) dwl 

S s California bet Franklin and Gough 
Bancroft C. A., bricklayer. Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 

751 Market 
Bancroft Fred. A., clerk with H. H. Bancroft & Co. 

dwl Ss California bet Franklin and Gongh 
Bancroft G. F., bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 

751 Market 
Bancroft Henry L., clerk with H. H. Bancroft & 

Co., dwl S s Californi'i bet Franklin and Gough 
BANCROFT H. H. & CO., (Albert L. Bancroft) 

importing booksellers and stationers, 609 Mont- 

gomei-y 
Bancroft H. H., (H. H. Bancroft & Co.) dwl S s 

California bet Franklin and Gough 
Bancroft William B., salesman with H. H. Bancroft 

<fc Co 
Bandhold Frederick, farmer, dwl 736 Minna 
BANDMANN, ,<J«//hs; NIELSEN (H.) & CO., 

importers aod commission merchants and gen- 
eral agents Giant Powder Co., 210 Front 
Bandmann Julius, (Bandmann, Nielsen & Co.) dwl 

514 Lombard 
Bandy Aaron N., clerk with William B. Larzelere, 

d\yl 5 South Park 
Bane David C, farmer, dwl I0I8 Montgomery 
Bane William, stairbuilder with Dillon & Drew, 

dwl New Pacific nr ^Mission 
Bane. — See Bain and Baine 
Banfield John F., ship carpenter, dwl 732 Harrison 



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Baugle Edward, salesman with Joseph Rohinson, 

dwl 1819 Stockton 
Bangs Edward, sea captain, dwl XW cor Main and 

Brvant 
Banie f'rederick. carpenter, dwl Xew Atlantic Hotel 
BANK BRITISH COLUMBIA, William H. TiU- 

inifhast, manager, 8E cor California and Sun 
BANK BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, J. C4. 

Sbepherd and Alex. S. Finnie agents, office 41 1 

and -Ho California, (after January Ist, 1870, NE 

cor California and Sansom) 
BANK CALIFORNIA, NW cor California and 

Sansoui 
BANK CALIFORNIA BUILDING, NW cor 

California and Sansom 
BANK EXCHANGE, George F. Parker proprie- 
tor, SE cor Montgomery and Washington 
Bank Joseph, billiard table maker with P. Liesen- 

feld, dwl 4 Hardie Place 
Banks George S., proprietor Pacilic Livery Stable, 

W s Jones bet Salter and Post 
Banks James, fireman C. S. Nav. Co. stmr Cornelia 
Banks John, cigar dealer, 673 Market, dwl Mont- 
gomery House 
Banks Joseph, carpenter, dwl 5 Hardie Place 
Banks Joseph, laborer, dwl IrtQ Stewart 
Banks Patrick, laborer with Cautrell, Dell & Co., 

dwl "222 Mission 
Banks Robert, dravnian with Earle &. Waters, dwl 

208 Leidesdorff 
BANKS (Tkomax C.J & CO., bankers, SW cor 

Montgomerv and Commercial 
Banks Thomas "C, f Banks <S- Co. J dwl 724 Cal 
Bunks ^VVilliam J &, DnRoee fFrnnch F.J manu- 
facturers bed comforters and clothing, etc., 402 

Sacramento 
Banks William {Banks & DuRoseJ dwl 1419 

Washington 
Banks William, cook, bds 531 East 
Banks VViliam, seaman, dwri9 Commercial 
Banks William O., clerk with S. C. Bugbee & Son, 

402 Mont, dwl Washington bet Leav and Hyde 
Bannalian Henrv, hostler Fashion Stables, dwr333 

Bush 
Bannam John, porter bottler, 514 Green, dwl 512 

Green 
Bannan Charles, waiter N. P. T. Co., dwl 535 First 
Bannen Hugh, laborer, dwl 214 Prospect Place 
Banner Patrick, tanner, dwl E s Columbia bet 

Solano and Butte 
Banner Simon, fof Banner Bros., Virginia, Xev.. 

and Xcvada, Cal. J office 308 California, dwl 

Nucleus Hotel 
Bannerman John, carpenter Empire Jlill, dwl cor 

Mission and Second 
Bannerol Eugene A., machinist with Garcin & 

Periam, dwl 232 Jessie 
Bannett Harris, boarding, 235 Keamy 
Banning Benjamin, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Banning Eliza, cloakmaker, dwl 9 14 Howard 
Banning John, inspector, dwl 11 Kearny 
Banning John, laborer, dwl N s Pacific bet Van 

Ness Avenue and Franklin 
Banning Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Banning Philip, laborer Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

Sixth bet Minna and Natoma 
Baniiings Patrick, laborer with J B. Kemp 
Bannister Edward Jr., bookkener with J. W. Gale 

& Co., dwl 1016 Taylor 
Bannister John, ship carpenter, dwl 425 Fremont 
Bannister Joseph, longshoreman, dwl 425 B'remont 
Bannon Charles, waiter C. S. Nav. Co. stmr Capital 
Bannon John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bannon Malachi, principal St. Francis Mission 

Parochial School, dwl W s Dolores bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth 
Bannon Michael, laborer, S. F. Gas Co 
Banstun C. B., bricklayer, B. Pro. Asa., 751 Market 
Baptisle Antoine, seaman, bils 5J Sacramento 



Bapiiste Joseph, cook Lick House 

Baquet Pierre, tailor with Eugene Boucher, 537 Sac 

Bara Alexander, jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co., 

dwl Market nr Sixth 
Baradas Francisco, hairdresser, bds SW cor Drumm 

and Oregon 
Bavadou Auguste, laborer, dwl 510 Broadwajr 
Barailhe Joiiii, wheelwright with A. Bourgeois, dwl 

Pacific bet Kearny and Dupont 
Barao C. Joseph, hairdresser, dwl 117 Clark 
Barateau Auguste, extraman S. F. F. D., dwl 510 

Broadway 
Baraty Francis, {Garran Sf B.J dwl 241 Stevenson 
Baraty John, butcher, 1224 Dupont 
Barba D. G. dwl E s Sonoma Place 
Barbat John, physician and apothecary, 910 Pacific 
Barbaste Anton, "laundry, 838 Clay 
Barbatta Frederick, fisherman, dwl 27 Clay 
Barbe Jean, nurseryman, dsvl NW cor Bush and 

Baker 
BARBER EDMUND L., engraver, office 302 Mont- 
gomery, room 12 third floor 
Barber Elam, dwl 227 Minna 
Barber Enos W., (Lanton & Co.^ dwl 741 Market 
Barber Frederick, painter, dwl 802 Jackson 
BARBER HENRY P., attorney at law, office and 

dwl 240 Montgomery 
Barber John A., (colored) pla.«terer, dwl 1023 Pac 
Barber Richard, (colored) shipping merchant, 633 

Clav 
Barber Robert L., (Risley Sf B.J dwl 327 Pine 
Barber Samuel, coal passer P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Barber Thomas H., special policeman, dwl 1222 Pac 
Barber William, (Doyle & B.J attorney at law, 

ofiiee SW cor Jlont and Clay, dwl 421 Ellis 
Barber William, machine hand with L. &. E. Eman- 
uel, dwl 606 Third 
Barber William, special policeman, dwl Berry near 

Third 
Barber William M., blacksmith, dwl W s Capp bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Barber Zachariah T., porter with H. J. M. Troutt, 

dwl SE cor Steiner and Tyler 
Barbier Arniond, special officer, dwl 919 Howard 
Barbier Eugene, teacher, dwl XE cor Minna and 

Julia 
Barbier Eunice Madame, dressmaker, 614 Cal 
Barbier JIary Jlrs.. furnished rooms, 731 Wash 
Barbier Paul L. & Co.. f Thomas J. GorhamJ street 

car advertisers, office 9 Post 
Barbier Paul L., {PnnlL. Barbier $;■ Co. J dwl XE 

cor Minna and Julia 
Barbier Pauline Madame, laundress, 435 Bush 
Barbour William, carpenter, dwl G06 Third 
Barcello Joseph, shoemaker, Es Drumm bet Jackson 

and Oregon 
Barchis Heiiry, laborer with McAfee, Spiers & Co., 

dwl cor Beale and Mission 
Barchis Thomas, helper with McAfee, Spiers & 

Co., dwl cor Beale and Mission 
Barckes Christian, bootblack with George B. Mover, 

dwl Tittel's Buildiiiif 
BARCKHAUSEX JULIUS, agent German Benev- 
olent Society, office 732 Wash, dwl 8 Louisa 
Barclay Andrew' J., dwl 515 California 
Barclay David, superintendent laborers Castom 

House, dwl 4 Clarice Place 
Barclay David A., SMlesman with C. C Hastings 

&'Co., dwl S s Natoma bet Eighth and Ninth 
Bai'clay Robert H., carriagemaker with Kimball 

• Manuf. Co., dwl 907 Clay 
Bard John, shoemaker, dwl 338 Bush 
Bardell John W., machinist, dwl Fifteenth near 

First Avenue 
Bardellini, Angelo &. Co.. ( Mariano C acioppo J ^^, 

27 Washington Market, dwl 20 Washington 
Barden Patrick, carpenter, dwl Sixth Avenue and L 
Bardenwerper Charles T., drayman, 208 Front, dwl 

Eleventh bet Howard and Folsom 



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Bardet Alexander, collector with Abel Guy, dwl 9 

PiDckney Place 
Bardet Constance ]\Irs., millinery, 928 Dupont 
Bardet Gilbert, clerk, dwl 928 Dupont 
Bardwell (J. L) & Co., steam bag factory, 105 

Clay, dwl Frank's Building, Brenham Place 
Bare Andrew, dwl 514 Bush 
Barele Florette, pantryman, 5-31 Commercial, dwl 

NW cor Sanson! and Merchant 
Baretell I. S., laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Barghorn August, waiter, 253 Stewart ' 

Bargon Martin, tailor, 31 Gear}' 
Bargone Leonardo, porter with Pascal, Dubedat & 

Co., dwl 2218 Mason 
Bargstream George, clerk with Grennan & Cran- 

ney, dwl 3 Miles Court 
Baribault Alexander, blacksmith, 108 Post 
Baribault Mathilda, Madame, millinery, 108 Post 
Barichievicb John «fe Co., (John Viiaih) restaurant, 

1018 Market 
Barielles Francisco M., miner, dwl S s Hinckley nr 

Dupont 
Barielles Thomas, (CaBsou & Co.) dwl San Bruno 

road, five miles from City Hall 
Barilh6 Augnste, tailor with'Jules Mialon, dwl 724 

Washington 
Barino & Co., (Chinese) cigar manufacturers, 735 

Commercial 
Bark William, vocalist, dwl 845 Dupont 
Barkdorf John, cooper, dwl 11 Pacific 
Barkeloo John, general agent, office 8 Stevenson's 

Building, dwl Lick House 
Barker Abner H., office 434 California, dwl 205 Post 
Barker Frank, president House Carpenters' Pro- 
tective Union, dwl Sixteenth Avenue bet P and 

Q, South San Francisco 
Barker Geo., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Barker G. Frederick, corresponding clerk with J. 

C. Merrill & Co., dwl 14 Stanly Place 
Barker Grace, (widow) dwl SE cor Folsom and 

Eleventh 
Barker Henry N., trunkmaker, dwl Twenty -fourth, 

bet Hampshire and York 
Barker Hosea, painter, dwl SE cor Nineteenth and 

Howard 
Barker Isaac Jr., (Colby Sj- B.J res California City, 

Marin County 
Barker Jacob, trunk maker with H. Behrendt &. Co., 

dwl 765 Silver 
Barker James, painter, dwl 219 Clara 
Barker James jr., painter, dwl 141 Market 
BARKER JAMES L. & CO., f William E. Nor- 
wood) conuuission hardware, 223 Sansom 
Barker James L., (James L. Barker & Co.) dwl 

911 Pine 
Barker J. E., foreman with J. B. Kemp 
Barker J. H., storekeeper P. M. S. S. Golden City 
Barker John, driver, dwl 527 Filbert, rear 
Barker Joshua, bookkeeper with Coghill, Lyons & 

Co., dwl 737 Pine 
Barker Theodore, brewer, dwl 828 Howard 
Barker Thomas, bricklayer, dwl SW cor Harrison 

and Seventh 
Barker Tiniotiiv L., (Wellman, Peck S^- Co. ^ dwl 

28 0-FarreU 
Barker William, contractor, corner Eighth and 

Bryant 
Barkes Thomas, job wagon, Clay bet Front and 

Davis 
Barkhaus D., (F. W. S^ D. Barkhaus) dwl 10 Turk 
BARKHAUS F. W. & D., German books and sta- 

tionerv, 535 Kearny 
Barkhaus F. W., (F. W. & D.BarkhmisJ dwl 502 

Stockton 
Barkley George T. N., clerk Oriental Bonded 

Warehouse, dwl SE cor Union and Leav 
Barkley William, dwl SE cor Leav and Union 
Barks "Thomas, molder, dwl Vi 8 Grant Place nr 

Folsom 



Barlage Henry, cabinetmaker with Geo. O. Whit- 
ney & Co., dwl 3 Cushman nr Sacramento 
Barlen William, longshoreman, dwl NW cor Lilly 

and Franklin 
Barles G. , carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Barlow Astell, hammer-tender Pacific Rolling Mill 
Barlow A. T., shipwright, dwl Portsmouth House 
Barlow Carrie Miss, assistant teacher Washington 

Grammar School, dwl 909 Clay 
Barlow Charles, (R. G. Diui & Co. J resides New 

York 
Barlow Eli.sha T., machinist, dwl S s Alameda nr 

Columbia 
Barman Jonas, com merchant, dwl 321 Minna 
Barman Jonas S., with M. Barman, SW cor Fif- 
teenth and Mission 
Barman Michael, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Fifteenth and Mission 
Barnard Edward, local policeman, dwl 735 Market 
Barnard Frank, bookkeeper with B. H. Ramsdell, 

dwl 418 Eddy 
Barnard George H., drayman with Thomas H. 

Selby & Co., dwl S s Linden nr Octavia 
Barnard Henry, laborer with George Torrens, dwl 

N 8 Clay bet Hyde and Larkin 
BARNARD ISAAC D., real estate and general 

business agent, office 204 Mont, dwl 10 John 
Barnard John B., salesman, 11 Montgomery, dwl 

722 California 
Barnard John P., with William Levy, SE cor 

O'Farrelland Stockton 
Barnard Moses S., stevedore, dwl 145 Silver 
Barnard Robert, engineer steamer Sierra Nevada, 

dwl 129 Fourth 
Barnard Thomas G., contractor, dwl 32 Rincon PI 
Barnes Charles A., plasterer, dwl SW cor Howard 

and Twenty-fourth 
Barnes Denni8,*carpenter, dwl 122 Montgomery Blk 
Barnes Edward, dwl 208 Jones 
Barnes Eliza B. Miss, assistant teacher Deuman 

School, dwl 933 Howaid 
Barnes Fredrick, carpenter with Mech. Mill & M. 

Co., dwl 551 Mission 
Barnes George, dwl SE cor Market and Fourth 
BARNES GEORGE ED., (P. B. Forster 4- Co.J 

dwl 813 Stockton bet Sacramento and Clay 
Barnes James, horseshoer with Patrick Brannan, 

dwl 14 Hunt 
Barnes Lafayette S., printer, dwl 1304 Taylor 
Barnes William, carpenter, 913 Market 
Barnes William Jr., carpenter, dwl 913 Market 
BARNES WILLIAM H. L., attorney at law, office 

436 California, dwl 2() Laurel Place 
Barnes William W., printer, dwl 815 Montgomery 

Barnes , conductor Central R. R 

Barnett David, tailor with Abraham Zinnamon, dwl 

SW cor Second and Stevenson 
Barnett Isaac, merchant, dwl 361 Minna 
Barnett John, mariner, bds 115 Clark 
Barnett Joseph, jobber, dwl 13 Everett 
Barnett Joseph, tailor, 708 Folsom 
Barnett Joseph P., liquor saloon, cor Stockton and 

O'Farrell, dwl 4.56 Clementina 
Barnett M. S., grain dealer, office 210 Davis, dwl 

1011 Stockton 
Barnett Norman W., milkman, dwl 216 Clementina 
Barnett Philip, conductor, dwl 29 Post 
Barnett — See Barnert and Bannett 
Barney James M., (Hooper, Whiting & Co.J res 

Arizona ' 

Barney Thomas V., miner, dwl 202 Fourth 
Barnhisel E. R., carrier Alta California, dwl NE cor 

Brady and Mission 
Barnhissel Henry, clerk with Toklas, Wise &- Co., 

26 Sausom 
Barnstead Thomas D., bookkeeper with Moulton 

Bros., dwl 219 Drumm 
Barnstein Louis, peddler, dwl SW cor Washington 
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Baranni C. S. Mrs., dwl 809 Slockton 

Barniim William, butciier with Frank Ebbingban- 

sen, dwl XE cor Kentucky and Gilniore 
Barnwell Tboniiis, macbinist, 3wl 49 Stevenson 
Barnwell Tlioniaa F., blacksoiiib with Jobn K. Sims, 

dwl 721 Mission 
Barny Edward, builder, dwl International Hotel 
Baron Abraham, tailor, 23 Pacific, dwl olO Bdwy 
Barou Adolph, shoecntter, dwl E a Eitrhtli nr Fols'om 
Baroteau August, laborer and extraraan H. & L. 

Co. No. U, S. F. F. D., dwl 510 Broadway 
Baroussa Paul, (Honette, Wendling if Co.) dwl 

XE cor Dupont and Broadway 
Barquin Francois, tailor, dwl lOil JIarket 
1 Barr John, with S. F. Gas Works, dwl 905 Folsom 
Barr John D., luubrelia and parasolmaker, 615 

.Mission, dwl 513 Mission 
Barr Hannah, (widow) dwl 318 Oak 
Barr Xeal, molder, dwl SE cor Twenty-third and 

Harrison 
Barr Oren, dwl 228 Post 
Barr S. A. Miss, assistant teacher Girls' High School, 

dwl ion Bush 
Barr William H., mariner, dwl N s Bay bet Leav- 
I enworlh and Hyde' 

BARKA EZEKIEL I., tobacconist, 114 First, dwl 
I 4 Miuna 

Banaillac Charles, basketmaker with Victor N^avlet, 
dwl 37 Lonisa 
i BAKRAS HALL, XW cor First and Minna 
Bairand Louis, porter, 533 Kearny 
Burredis P. E., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Barrell Samuel, clerk with A. H. Lissak Jr., dwl 44 
I Third 

j Barrere Jean, restaurant, 1020 Stockton 
I Barrere Louis, driver, dwl 740 Howard 
I Barret John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
' Barreti Angelo, waiter with G. Campi & Co., 519 
I Cliv 

BARRETT & SHERWOOD, (Robert Sheru-ood, 
successor^ importers and dealers in watches, 
diamonds, jewelry etc., 517 Jlontgomery 
Barrett Alfred, waichmaker, 13 Second, "dwl 236 
Seventh 



i Barrett Catherine Miss, laundress, dwl 59 Stevenson 
j Bariett Charles, carpenter, dwl 310 Fremont 
; Barrett Cornelius, laborer, dwl 26 Fourth 
Barrett D. W., upholsterer with Jlestre & Pouza- 
doux, dwl XW cor Green and Mason 
! Barrett Edward, laborer, d wl S s Xatoma bet Seventh 
I and Eighth 

Barrett Edward, laborer, with C. S. Xav. Co., dwl 
2u Clementina 
: Barrett Edward, shoemaker, dwl 15 Stevenson 
; Barrett Francis A., carpenter, dwl Sixteenth Avenue 
nr Hunter's Point 
Barrett George, maltster withPaulin, Huand & Co., 

dwl 723 Green 
Barrett George, seaman P. M. S. S. Colorado 
Barrett Henry, money broker, dwl 639 market 
Barrett Horace T., clerk with Geo. Howes & Co., 
! dwl 26^ Kearny 

[ Barrett Hugh, fireman P. M. S. S. Colorado 
I Barrett James, bookkeeper with Jloynihan & Ait- 
ken, dwl 228 Minna 
Barrett James, laborer with E. Fanning, dwl X 8 

Clieslnut bet Stockton and Powell 
Barrett James, painter, dwl 112 Dora 
Barrett James A., market, SW cor Sixth and Ste- 
venson 
Barrett John, clerk with Jobn O'Kane, dwl 213 

Keai-ny 
Barrett John, farmer, E 8 San Jos6 Road, six miles 

from City Hall 
Barrett fLati:renceJ & McCulIough, (Jokn)^ man- 
agers California Theater, N s Bush bet Kearny 
aiid Dupont 
Barrett Lawrence, (Barrett & McQullough) dwl 
Occidental Hotel 



Barrett Lonis, seaman P. M. S. S. Colorado 
Barrett Maria Miss, furnished rooms, 1206 Stockton 
Barrett Marv Mrs., Sideswomau, 111 Montgomery, 

dwl 606 0' Farrell 
Barrett Jlichael, boilermaker, dwl 34 Minna 
Barrett Michael, calker, dwl S s Xatoma bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Barrett Patrick, express wagon, cor Montgomery 

and Merchant 
Barret Paul, stonecutter, Stonecutters' Association, 

7ol Market 
Barreti Peter, molder Jackson Foundry, dwl .^35 

Howard 
Barrett Richard, picture framemaker with Parkin- 
son & Mahony, dwl 425 Stevenson 
Barrett Richard, storekeeper with Forbes Brothers 

& Co.. dwl 805 Sausom 
Barrett T. W., watchmaker, dwl 507 Mission 
Barrett William, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bariett William, sbipwiight. Ship. Ass., Ban-a'sHall 
Barrett William F., molder with Wm. Brodie, dwl 

SW cor Folsom and Beale 
BaiTett William G., cashier S. F. Gas Co., dwl 709 

Taylor 
Barrette Cornelius, clerk, dwl 5 Post 
Barringe George, laborer, dwl Adams House 
Barringer Elizabeth Mrs., teacher and dress pat- 
terns, 830 Market 
Barringer H. G., clerk with H. B. Tichenor & Co., 

dwl 23 Welsh 
Barringer Wm., carpenter, dwl 830 Market 
Barrington Alexander, compositor Examiner, dwl 

1716 Stockton 
Barrington George, ( Werner Sf B.) dwl SW cor 

Clay and Polk 
Barrington George J., artist, dwl XW comer Fonrth 

and Lonisa 
Barrington John, mailing clerk S. F. Postoffice, dwl 

SW cor Fonrth and Louisa 
Barrington William B.. storekeeper with Dickson, 

DeWolf & Co., dwl Xs Broadway nr Kearny 
Barris Adolph, butcher with A. Dolet, dwl Fran- 
cisco bet Dupont and Stockton 
Barris H. D., Philadelphia Market, 904 Stockton 
Barns Laverue, mining, otfice 419 California, dwl 

912 Bush 
Barritter Louis, carpenter, dwl 507 Mission 
Barroe Joseph, hairdresser with Francis Bollinger, 

dwl S s Clark bet Davis and Front 
BARROILHET HEXRY, ( Belloc Freres) and 

Consul for Chili, office 535 Clay, res Oakland 
Barrois Armand, compositor Daily Times, dwl 1022 

Washington 
Barron Adolph, cutter with Marks & Calisher, dwl 

cor Folsom and Eighth 
Ban-on Cornelius, laundryman Cosmopolitan Hotel, 

dwl 813 Howard 
BaiTon Cornelius J., painter, 815 Market 
Barron Henry, carpenter. South San Francisco, dwl 

corner Russ and Xatoma 
Barron Henry, hairdresser with Hermann Lewis, 

dwl X 8 Broadwav bet Dupont and Kearny 
Barron House, Mrs. Victoriue Barron proprietress, 

1006 Dupont 
Barron John, painter, dwl 2 Terrace View 
Barron Joseph, (Burron «fc Co. J dwl 711 Pine 
Barron M. D., foreman with City Grading Co 
Barron Michael, carpenter, dwl 543 Xatoma 
Barron Michael, wiili Palmer, Knox & Co., dwl 69 

Minna 
Barron N. R., ship joiner, Shij). J. Ass., 751 Market 
Barron Patrick, painter, dwl 615 Commercial 
Barron Thomas, laborer with James P. Pierce 
Barron Victoriue Mrs., proprietress Barron House, 

1006 Duj)oiit 
Barron Willi.im. carpenter, dwl 621 California 
BARROX r »'//""« E.J A CO., (JoM-nk Barron 

and Thumnx Z?(7/y commission mercLants, office 

NW cor California and Sansom 



EDWARD BOSQUI L CO., Printers and Bookbinders, Leidesdorlf st., from Clay to Commercial. 



-C. p. VAN SCHAACK & CO., Wos. 712, 714 and 716, Keamy Street. 



Barron William E., (Barron <Jf- Co.) dwl 606 

Stockfon 
Barron William R., carpenter, Awl 306 Fremont 
Barrett John, laborer, dwl Ws Kansas bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty third 
Barrow Martin, laborer, dwl SE cor Front and Pa- 
cific 
Barrows Daniel F.. painter, dwl 29 Second 
Barrows George N., engineer Yolo Mills, dwl XE 

cor Ninth and Harrison 
Barrows William (S. F. Straw Works) dwl 233 

Third 
Barrns Daniel L., jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co., 

dwl 1308 Powell 
Barry Andrew, conductor Oranibns R. R 
Barry Charles, carpenter, dwl 31:2 Fremont 
Barry Charles E., clerk with Richard Tobin, dwl 

1513 Tavlor 
Barry Daniel, clerk S. F. Gas Co., dwl 167 Peny 
Barry Daniel, longshoreman, dwl 33.5 Ritch 
Barry David, laborer, dwl 3fi5 Natoma 
Barry David, laborer, dwl X s Gaven bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Barry David, sailmaker with John Harding 
Barry Edmund, milkrauch, dwl S s Bernal Hights 

nr San Bruno road 
Barry Edward, laborer, dwl -23 Anthony 
Barry Edward, real estate agent, office 214 Mont- 
gomery 
Barry E. H. (widow) dwl 923 Pacific 
BaiTy Ellen, (widow) dwl 310 Fifth 
Barry Henry, waiter, P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
BarrV James, foreman with Nelson & Doble, dwl 

211 Taylor 
Barry James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Barry James, tea dealer, dwl 111 Fifth 
Barry James F., sashmaker with D. H. McDonald 

& Co., dwl 17 ilarriscjn Avenue 
Barry John, boot crimper with Buckingham & 

Heeht, dwl 1106 Howard 
Barry John, butcher, dwl 507 Mission 
Barry John, carpenter, dwl Ns Hickory nr Franklin 
Barry John, cartman, 565 Stevenson 
Barry John, coachman with W. F. Babcock, dwl 

418 Folsom 
Barry John, driver, Clementina Street Livery 

Stable, dwl 20 Clementina 
Barry John, laborer, dwl 24 Clara 
Barry John, laborer, dwl 262 Stevenson 
Barry John, laborer, dwl X s Hinckley 
Barry John, laborer, Fulton Foundry, dwl 60 Te- 
hama 
Barry John, laborer. Market Street R. R 
Barry John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Barry John, painter, dwl 359 Clementina 
Barry John, S. J. teacher St. Ignatius College, 841 

Market 
Barry John, molder Empire Foundry, dwl 60 
Tehama " ! 

Barry John H., clerk, dwl 213 Taylor | 

B.arry John T., (Lyons & B.) dwl XE cor Geary | 
and Buchanan | 

Barry Laurence, job wagon, dwl cor Brannan and 

Gilbert 
Barry Martin, boot and shoemaker, 948 Market, 

dwl Martin's Block, Ss Market nr Seventh 
Barry Martin, tailor, dwl X s Post nr Laguna 
Barry Mary Miss, nurse, dwl Emmet Place nr 

Stockton 
Bariy Mary Mrs., laundress, dwl .35 Valparaiso 
Barry Michael, carpenter Empire Mills, dwl 38 

Xatoma 
Barry Michael, laborer, dwl 512 5Ii.*.sion 
Bariy Michael, laborer Pioneer Woolen F 
Barry Michael J., fruits, SW cor Sac and Sansom I 
Bari-y Patrick, (Allen & Co.) dwl XW cor Folsom I 
and Rausch j 

Bari-y Patrick, butcher wiib Smith, Brown & Co., 
dwl Eighth nr Howard I 



Barry Patrick, deck hand C. S. Xav. Co. steamer 

.Julia 
Barry Patrick, gasfitter, dwl 649 Stevenson 
Barry Patrick, laborer S. F. & P. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl cor Eiifhth and Shipley 
Barry Patrick, laborer S. V. Water Works, dwl 649 

Stevenson 
Barry Patrick, laborer with James P. Pierce 
Barry Patrick, policeman City Hall, dwl Ivy near 

Franklin 
Bariy Patrick O., clerk County Clerk, dwl 923 

Pacific 
Barrv Richard, laborer S. F. & P. Suear Refinery, 

dwl 260 Clara 
Barry Richard, machinist Union Iron Works, dwl 

W s Larkin nr California 
Bariy Robert, bookkeeper with Moss &: Beadle, 

dwl 109 Montgomery 
Barry Robert, lumberman, dwl 302 Fremont 
Barry Robert, ropemaker, dwl Ss Sixteenth near 

Guerrero 
Barry Robert, tailor, dwl 11 Trinity Court 
Barry R. S., stevedore, Lumb. Stev. Ass., Barra's 

Hall 
Barry T. , barber, dwl 507 Mission 
Barry Terese, (widow) seamstresf!, dwl 112 Shipley 
BARRY (Theodore A.) Ss. VKVIY.'S, ( Benjamin 

A.) wines and liquors, 413 Monttr«niei-y 
Barry Theodore A., (Barry 6c Patteu'j dwl 709 

Gear}' 
Barry Thomas, ass't janitor Boys' High School 
Barry Thomns, carpenter, dwl 5*60 Mission 
BARRY THOMAS, Clementina Street Livery Sta- 
ble, 16 and 18 Clementina, dwl 236 First 
Barry Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Bay nr Keamy 
Barry Thomas, shoemaker with Buckingham & 

Hecht, dwl 23 Ellis 
Barry William, calker. Ship. C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Barry William, carpenter, dwl 310 Fifth 
Barry William, comedian Maguire's Opera House, 

dwl 845 Dupont 
Barry William, compositor Alta California, dwl 1306 

Jackson 
Barry William, foreman Omnibus R. R 
Barry William, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Barry William, policeman City Hall, dwl 556 

Xatoma 
Barry William, ship carpenter, dwl 21 Rausdi 
Barry William G., furnished rooms, 200 Stockton 
Barry William R., teamster, dwl X s Austin nr Oc- 

tavia 
Barsch Joseph, carpenter. H. C. League, 25 Post 
Barse" William, calker. SbipC. A,ss, Barra's Hall 
Barstow Alfred, U. S. Postal Agent, office ci,r Wash- 
ington and Custom House Place, dwl SW cor 

Nevada and Pennsylvania Avenue 
Barstow Ajison, weigher, Custom House, dwl W s 

Pennsylvania Avenue Potrero Xuevo 
Barstow ( D. P.) & Garber, (Jukn) attorneys at 

law, office 6 and 7 Montgomery Block 
Barstow D. P., ( Bar state & Garber) residence 

Oakland 
Barstow Ed., property clerk Pacific Union Express 

Co., dwl .313 Sutter 
Barstow Frederick O. Rev., assistant rector Grace 

Church, SE California and Stockton 
BARSTOW. (GeorseJ STETSOX (Edward Gray) 

&L HOUGHTOX, (Roscoe E.) attorneys at 
law, office 315 California 
Barstow Georue, (Barstow, Stetson Sf Houghton) 

dwl 927 Pine 
Barstow Simon F., compositor Alta California 
Bai-stow William, Editor Mining & Scientific Press 
Bartellinaere Charles, laborer, dwl 425 Filbert 
Bartelo William (colored) bootblack with William 

Joseph, dwl 37 Scott 
Bartels Conrad, musician, dwl 1518 Powell 
Bartels Frederick, laborer with Ellerkamp & Co., 
dwl Xew Alaska Hotel 



E. H. JONES & CO., 116 Sansom Street, Fancy Dry Goods. 



KEDINGTOjM, HOSTETTEB & CO., Agents of Mason & Pollard's Anti-Malaria Pills. 



SAN 



FRANCISCO [B] DIRECTORY. 



Biirtels George, upholsterer with ScbroJer & Co., 

dwl '27'S Steveneou 
Bartels {Henry J & Skeantlebnrj', ( IVilliamJ wines 

and li(iii(>rs, 411 Saiisorn 
Bartels Henry, (Bartels & Skeanilcbury) dwl 411 

Sansom 
Bartels Richard, waiter rJ2 Stewart 
Bartet Jean Baptiste Mrs., teacher, dwl 71.5 Greeu 
Bartfeld E.. carpenter, H. C. Leai,'ne, -lb Post 
Bartli Cliaileri, hootniaker, UIT Sutter 
Baitli Charlrs H., U. S. A. Quartermaster's clerk, 

dwl 71!) Harrison 
Bartheloope Francis, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bartheu (Frank) it Dezaux (Alfred P.) cigars and 

tobacco, 710 Market 
Barthen Frank, (Barthen & Dezaux) dwl 1021 

Post 

Bartliolomans Johann, laborer Cal Sntrar Ketiuery 

Bartholomew Heni'V G.,. job wagon, SE cor Front 

and Pine, dwl L s Devisadero bet Sacramento 

and Clav 

BAKTHROP (Edward) & CASEY (Jamex) 

butcliers, 432 Geary 
Barthrop Edward, (Barthrop Sf Casey) dwl Ade- 
laide PLice nr Taylor 
Bartlett .\ll)ert J., dravman witii Grosb & Ruther- 
ford, dwl U-i Eddy 
Harriett Alfred, real estate, dwl 1007 Market 
Barilett Charles H., local policeman, dwl 54 Third 
BARTLETT f Columbus) &, PRATT, (LeoniJas 

E.J attorneys at law, office 63(3 Sacramento 
Bartlett Columbus, (Bartlett <fc Pratt) dwl 850 

Market 
Bartlett Ear], attorney at law, office 34 Montgom- 
ery Block, dwl 212 Green 
Bartlett G. A., clerk, dwl 507 Mission 
Bartlett George, ship carpenter, dwl 504 Howard 
Bartlett James H., carpenter, dwl 308 Tehama 
Bartlett J. C. drayman with Groseh &. Rutherford, 

dwl 122 Eddy" 
Bartlett Jonathan D., paiuter, N s Sixteenth bet 

Dolores and Guerrero 
Bnrtlett Mary A., (widow) dwl 34 Oak Grove Av 
Barilett M. \\., dwl 316 Pine 

Bartlett Pliny, (Hallelt, B. & Dulton) res Oak- 
land Point 
Bartlett Robert B., porter 206 Sansom, dwl SW cor 

Gough and Hickory 
Bartlett Rulus K., (L. S. Allen J^- Co.) dwl NW 

cor Howard and First 
BAKTLETr WASHINGTON, County Clerk, office 

\>i City Hall, dwl S.jO .Market 
BARTLETT WILLIAM C, Bulletin Editorial 

Rooms, dwl 1602 Taylor 
Bartley Frank, boilerm'aker Risdon Iron Works, 

dv.l 125 Dora 
Bartlev William, clerk, dwl 116 Morton 
liAiri'LlXG (IVilliam) & VLlSmXlA., ( Henry ) 

()ookbinders, 505 Clay cor Sansom 
Bartling William, (Burtfing Jj- Kimball) res Oak- 
laud 
Baitlinais John, watchman, dwl S 8 Boyd nr Chesley 
Bartman Anthony, carpenter, Pacific nr Powell, dvvl 

1522 Dupoiit 
Bartman Ferdinand, carpenter, dwl .')22 Filbert, rear 
Bartman J. Charles, musician, dwl 1306 Kearny 
Bartman John, carpenter, dwl 1522 Dupout 
BaHnian Mathias, dwl 1522 Dnpont 
Bartniaun John C, musician, dwl 1306 Keaniy 
Barto Harrison, ^.S/>rt«W;«o- Jj- B.) A\y\miB.ovt 
Barto Mary, (widow) dwl 907 Greenwich 
Bartoldus Joseph, <loor maker with George Schef- 

fauer, dwl 33 Rausch 
Bartolo Victoria, carpenter, dv.'l 18 Folsom 
BARTON B. F. & CO., (Edward Carroll) propri- 
etors Pi.meer .Salt Works, depot 211-213 Sac 
Barton Yi.V.,/B F.Barton JSj- C'o.y dwl junction 

Market and Ellis 
Barton James, bootmaker, 813 Batteiy 



Barton John. President Union Pacific Salt Co., 218 

Sacramento, dwl 15 Lainel Place 
BARTON (John C.) &. RU ITER, (R. A.) guns, 

pistols, cutlery, etc., 609 Clay 
Barton John C, (Barton ^ Ku'tter) re3 New York 
Barton Joshua H., sawyer, dwl 181 Jessie 
Barton Willard T., clerk with Union Pacific Salt 

Co., dwl 18 Guv Place 
Barton William, blacksmith Avitb P. Herold, dwl 

San Bruno Road, nr Gerard 
Barton William, painter, dwl NW cor Union and 

Moore 
Barton William, stevedore, dwl W s Stock nr Bay 
Barton William H., stock broker, office 419 Cala, 

dwl 1223 Washington 
Bartram &. Fantou Sewing Machines, G. H. Arnold 

agent, 411 Kearny 
Bartsch Charles, carriage black8mith,bdsE8 Valen- 
cia bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Bartz Jacob, restaurant, dwl 731 California 
Baruch Isaac, merchant, dwl 108 Seventh 
Baruman George, clothing, dwl 13 Hartman 
Barut Remond, butcher, 1402 Stockton 
Baruth Ernest, groceries and liqnors, NW cor Post 

aud Hyde 
Barwick P., third assistant engineer P. M. S. S. 

Sacramento 
Baryack Charles, baskets, etc., 665 Mission 
Barz August, blacksmitti Kimball Manuf. Co., dwl 

709 Folsom 
Basch Arthur, salesman with F. M. West, dwl 231 

Sutter 
Baschert Andrew, carpenter, dwl 30 Eleventh 
Bascus Clenientia, (widow) dwl 15 Bannam Place 
Baselini Alexander, inteiTjreter, City and County 

Hospital, SW cor Stockton and Fmncisco 
Basford Jacob K., druggist, NE cor Post and Mason 
Bash Henry, fancy goods and gents' furnishing 

goods, 648 Jlai^ket, dwl 632 Market 
Bash Hyman, dwl SE cor Fifth and Shipley 
Basham Frederick & Son (Frederick Basham Jr.) 

modelers and plaster workers. 28 Geary 
Basbani Frederick, (Frederick Basham & Son) 

dwl 307 Eddy 
Basham Frederick Jr., (Frederick Basliam & Son) 

dwl .307 Eddy 
Basillio Joseph, engineer Black Diamond Coal Co., 

dwl cor Green and Sansom 
Baskerville John, morticer with B. & J. S. Doe, dwl 

23 Fifth Avenue 
Baskerville (Richard D.) & Co., (VV. H. Basker- 
ville) hairdre.-sers .and shaviug saloon, NE cor 

Howard and Thiid 
Baskerville Richard D., (Baskerville & Co.) hair- 
dresser, 305 Davis, (and Baskerville & Co.) 

dwl 23 Fifth Avenue 
Baskerville William H., ( Baskerville & Co.)A\s\ 23 

Fifth Avenue 
Basler George A., painter, dwl 3 Hnrriet 
Bass Chester, (colored) barber, dwl 919 Broadway 
Bass Thomas J., agent Prince's Metallic Paint, '735 

Market, dwl E s Filmore bet Bush and Piue 
Basse Geo., tanner, dwl 507 Mission 
Basse Thomas & Co., commission merchant, oflBce 

220 Front 
Bassett (Charles /=".>& White, (Albert IF.; produce 

commission, 212 Washington 
Bassett Charles F., (Bassett & White) dwl N B 

Mission ur Twelfth 
Bassett Cyrus, third officer P. M. S. S. Montana 
Bassett Daniel, engineer P. M. S. S. China, dwl 54 

Clementina 
Bassett Frederick J., paperhanger and plasterer, dwl 

309 Fifth 
BasseltJ. M., reporter San Francisco Herald, dw! 

522 Montgomery 
BASSETT JOSEPH, wholesale flour and grain and 

agent Clinton Flour Mills, 221 and 223 Clay, res 

Alameda County 



EDWARD BOSQUI & CO., Steel and Copperplate Engravers and Printers, cor. Clay and Commercial. 



C. p. VAir SCHAACK & CO., Wos. 712, 714 and 716, Kearny Street.' 



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Baesett M. L., carpenter, dwl NW cor Church and 

Jersey 
Bassett Nathaniel, doorkeeper California Theater, 

dwl 408 Dupont 
Bassett Robert, bookkeejier with Lnther P. Fisher 
Bassine Bernardo, meterman S. F. Gas Co., dwl 

449! Tehama 
Bassity James E., plasterer, dwl cor Hyde and Turk, 

rear 
Bassity Mathew, plasterer, dwl 211 Minna 
Bastheim Joseph, f Einstein Bros. 4' Co. J dwl 431 

O'Farrell 
Bastian Jacob, (Messner i!^- B.J dwl 721 Sansom 
Bastian Jolm. laborer California Sugar Relinery, 

dwl cor Eighth and Bryant 
Bastian Philip, dwl 711 Lombard 
Baston Abner F., driver willi Miller & Hall, dwl 

N s McAllister bet Buchanan and Webster 
Baston Joseph F., laborer with Miller & Hull, dwl 

N 8 McAllister bet Buchanan and Webster 
Basye Lismund, groceries and liquors, 828 Clay 
Batavia Philip, hairdressing saloon, 641 Kearny, 

dwl 514 Green 
Batchelder David F., special policeman, dwl N s 

Brannan nr Sixth 
Batchelder John R., carpenter, dwl 210 Mason 
Batchelder L. L., stevedore, dwl 1026 Clay 
Batchelder T., captain bark Oakland, pier 1 Stewart, 

res Oakland 
Batchelder. — See Baehelder 
Batcheldor Carrie Miss, w.ines and liquors, SW cor 

Third and King 
BATCHELOR EDWARD P., attorney at law, 

office 10 Montgomery Block, dwl NVV cor Fol- 

som and Second 
Batchelfro James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bateke John, gardener, dwl 507 Mission 
Bateman David, engineer tug Wiziird, office with 

Goodall (.V Nelson cor East and Merchant 
Bateman Henry, carpenter, dwl 530 Folsoin 
BATEMAN IJfENRY C, Catholic bookseller, eta 

tioner, and bookl)inder, 227 Kearny, dwl SE cor 

Pacific and Gough 
Bateman f James J & Phillips, fEdwardJ bootmakers, 

204 Commercial 
Bateman James, (Bateman S^- Phillips) dwl 204 

Commercial 
Bateman Michael, dwl NE cor Pacific and Octavia 
Bateman Patrick, baker, P. M. S. S. Constitution 
BATEMAN WILLIAM A., bntter, cheese, eggs, 

preserved meats and fruits, 63 and 64 Califor- 
nia Market, dwl 733 Pine 
Bates A., assistant teacher University School, dwl 

1001 Powell 
BATES ASHER B., attorney at law and Register 

in Bankruptcy, office 10 Court Block 636 Clay, 

dwl 705 Bush 
Bates Catharine, (widow) dwl 764 Harrison 
Bates Charles IB., resident physician St. Maiy's 

Hospital 
BATES CICERO M., physician and surgeon, office 

202 Bush, bds Occidental Hotel 
Bates Elizabeth, (widow) dwl 227 Geary 
Bates Elizabeth, (widow) dwl 1001 Pow"ell 
Bates Felix P. W., carpenter with E. O. Hunt, dwl 

285 Freelon 
Bates George, principal University School, dwl 1001 

Powell 
Bates Joseph C, attorney at law, office rooms 16 

and 17, 7HP Montgomery, dwl 1512 Howard 
Bates Marshall A. K., clerk Merchants' Mutual Ma- 
rine Ins. Co., dwl 705 Bush 
Bates Morris S., clerk with Williams, Blanchard & 

Co., dwl 705 Bush 
Bates Philip, shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
BATES ( Wdliayn) & PHELAN, fjumcxj con- 
tractors, SWcor Harrison and Chesley 
Bates William, (Bates 4- Phelanj dwl SW cor 

Chesley and Harrison 



Bates William H., patternmaker, 211 Stevenson 
Biiteson James H., tailor, 7 Clementina 
ISatist Juellion, locksmith, dwl 9 Taylor, rear 
Batje, William, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
l^atsere Jean, cook Union Club, dwl 1023 Sutter 
Battalora Felix, painter, 605 California, dwl Green 

bet Stockton and Dupont 
Battams William, salesman with Locke & Monta- 
gue, bds Russ House 
Batten (Sampson) & Mullen, (Michael) stone yard, 

Point Lobos Aveime nr Geary 
Batten Sampson, (BoUen i((- Mullen) dwl Califor- 
nia bet Baker and Broderick 
Batten Thomas G., steward Quincy House, 81 Na- 

toma 
Battermann Edward, baker with Schroth &. Wester- 

feld, 230 Kearny 
Battersbv James, watchmaker with J. W. Tucker 

& Co., dwl 221 Mason 
BATTEUX DANIEL, liquor saloon, 34 Kearny, 

dwl 11 Carlos Place 
Battle Thomas, machinist, dwl 507 Mission 
Battles John, dwl 338 Fifth 
Battles John, boarding, 23 Vallejo 
Battles Luke, with C. S. Nav. Co., dwl 3.38 Fifth 
Battles Mary E. Miss, straw worker Pacific Straw 

Woi-ks, dwl 338 Fifth 
Battles Thomas, bricklayer, B. P. Ass., 751 Market 
Battles William W., assistant appraiser Custom 

House, dwl 207 Second 
Battles Winslow, bookkeeper, 117 Pine, dwl 872 

Mission 
Battuis Edward T., bookkeeper with Frank G. 

Edwards, dwl 521 Leavenworth 
Batty John, carpenter, dwl 24 Stone 
Batty William, carpenter with Langland &; Cam- 
eron, dwl Post nr Fillmore 
Bauch Joseph, butcher with H. Horst & Co., dwl 

233 First 
Bauch Joseph, waiter, dwl NW cor First and Bran 
Bauch Peter G., custom house broker, 500 Battery, 

dwl 624 Lombard 
Bauden Frank, tailor, dwl 742 Pine 
Baudin John P., carpenter, dwl Philadelphia House 
Bauer A. «fe Co., (A. Maass 4' Go.) fancy goods, 410 

Kearny 
Bauer Charles & Co., (Mas Schelkle) wines and 

liquors, SE cor Kearny and Commercial 
Bauer Charles, (Charles Bauer Sf Co.) dwl 761 

Mason 
Bauer Charles, land agent, dwl 610 Howard 
Bauer Charles, produce, 21 Metropolitan Market, 

dwl Mission bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third 
Bauer Christav A., cooper Lyon Brewery, dwl E 8 

Powell bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Bauer Edward, bottler with Taylor & Bendel, dwl 

18 Sansom 
Bauer Emil E., (Joseph Bauer 4* Son) dwl 1042 

Folsom 
Bauer Emile, (White .^ B.) dwl 402 Green 
Bauer George, varnisher with Goodwin ifc Co., dwl 

852 Washington 
Bauer Henry, upholsterer with John C. Bell, dwl 

1509 California 
Bauer John, barkeeper, 601 Sacramento, dw4 5 

Berry 
Bauer John, cooper with Lyon & Co 
Bauer John, wine and liquor saloon, 47 Third, dwl 

227 Post 
BAUER JOHN A., manufacturing chemist and 

druggist, 101 Post, dwl 620 Greenwich 
Bauer (John F.) & Heim, (John) milk ranch, San 

Jose Road nr Si.x mile House 
Bauer Joseph & Son, (Emil E. Bauer) liquor 

dealers, 1042 Folsom 
Bauer Leonard, soapmaker, dwl 4 Liberty 
Bauer Leopold, laborer with W. Specht, dwl Agnes 

Lane nr Vallejo 



£5, H. JONKS & CO., 116 Sansom Street, Gold and Silver Laces and Tassels. 



BEriNGTON HOSTETTER & CO., keep largest assortment of Fancy Goods, Perfumery. 



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Baner Leopold, porter, 524 Cal. dwl 317 Bush 

Bauer Peter, dwl 13'23 Stockton 

Bauer William, confectioner with Schroder & Al- 

biecht, dwl 9 Harlan Place 
Bauerhanf Charles, baker with Collins, Werner & 

Co., dwl 20 Belden 
Baueile John, carpenter with L. F. Hanssler, dwl 

732 Union 
Baugh Anthony, teamster, dwl E 8 Mission nr 

Seventeenth 
BAUGH THEODORE E., nroprietor U. S. Court 

Building, NEcor Bat anrt Washington, dwl 410 

Gearv 
Baugh fW. W.) & Co., ^E. C. McCombJ office 423 

Washington 
Baugh W. W., (Baugh & Co.) dwl N s Commer- 

lial het Montgomery and Sansom 
Baulsir Ximrod, block and punipmaker with Thomas 

F. Mitchell, dwl 1332 Washington 
BAUM CHARLES, Custom-houlse broker, office 

510 Battery, dwl 1705 Powell 
Baum David A., local agent Liverpool and London 

and Globe Insurance Co., dwl 18 Prospect PI 
Baum Gustave, furniture, 709 Pacific 
BAUM J. & CO., (Henry and Morris Shrier) 

manufacturers, importers, and jobbers clothing, 

323 California 
Baum John, cabinetmaker with N. P. Cole & Co 
Baum Julius, fj. Baum ^ Co.) dwl 236 Sixth 
Baum Leopold, merchant, dwl 325 O'Farrell 
Baum M., dwl 1509 Powell 

Baum Simon, bookkeeper, 323 Cal, dwl 315^ Third 
Baumau Charles, tailor. 519 Filbert 
Bauman George F., tailor with Bullock & Jones, 

dwl 13 Hartman Place 
Bauman G. Lewis, tailor, dwl 555 Mission 
Baumann Henry, waiter with E. A. Engelberg, 4IG 

Kearny 
Baumann John, carpenter, dwl Chicago Hotel 
Baumann John, musician, dwl 29 Morton 
Baumann Joseph, gunsmith, dwl 917 Pacific 
Baumann Louis F., waiter, SE cor Stewart and 

Mission 
Baumberger James, architect with Diaper & Saelter 
Baumeister Frederick, barber with Anthes «fc 

Fleischmanu, dwl 612 Powell 
Baumeister John, (Knell \ B.) dwl 612 Powell 
Baumeister Joseph, cabinetmaker with W. J. T. 

Palmer & Co., dwl 1411 Stockton 
Baumgarde Thomas, mariner, dwl 39 Jackson 
Baumgardner E. M. Mrs., assistant teacher Denman 

School, dwl 323 Sutter 
Baumgardner S. J., salesman with Edmund Marks 

& Co., dwl 323 Sutter 
Baumg;irten Anton, (M. Ullmann £(■ Co.) dwl 630 

Sacramento 
Baunigarten Carl, (M. Ullmann & Co. ^ res Pesth, 

Hungary 
Baumgartuer Valentine, (Heerdink & Co.) dwl 8 

William 
Baur Otto, waiter, 607 Sacramento, dwl 426 Green 
Baiuhyte Isaac, engineer, dwl 31 Freelon 
Baurhvte Robert H., (McAfee, iSpiers 4' Co.) dwl 

706 Post 
Bausch M. Mrs., midwife, 757 Mission 
Bausch August, bricklayer, B. P. Ass., 751 Market 
Baush Heiiiy, milkman 'with Jacob Rick, dwl Old 

San Jose Road nr liock Ranch 
Baustnan William, trans()ortation clerk Custom 

House, dwl 5.j2 Jliiina 
Bauten N. J. & Co., ( IVilliam Murh^) groceries 

and li(|U()r.'<, NIC cor John and Brannan 
BAUVILLE AUGUST, prop'r City Front House, 

625 Davis 
Bavaria Brewery, Jacob Gundlach & Co., proprie 

tors, NE cor Stockton and Jackson and 620-622 

Vallejo 
Bawden W. G., job printer, 408 California 
Bawn James, i)aker, dwl 214 Broadway 



Baxter Charles E. A., clerk with J. C. Merrill & 

Co., dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Charles M., captain steamer Clinton, Vallejo 

Street Wharf 
Baxter David, calker P. M. S. S. Co.'s Wharf 
Baxter Edward H., salesman with Crane & Brig- 
ham, dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Ethan A., clerk with Merrill & Crackeu, 

dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Hall W., Ijookkeeper with Crane & Brig- 
ham, dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter James, pile driver with John A. Fulton, dwl 

65 Clementma 
Baxter John T., butcher with E. Daly, dwl N s 

Sixteenth nr Valencia 
Baxter John T.. carpenter, dwl W s Ridley bet 

Mission and Valencia 
Baxter John W., cooper, dwl 40 Mary 
Baxter Joseph P., local policeman, dwl 515 Sac 
Baxter Louisa L. Mrs., dwl 1109 Howard 
Baxter Mary (widow) dwl S s Oregon bet Davie 

and Drumm 
Baxter Matthew, laborer with Cornelius O'Donnell, 

dwl 606 Third 
Baxters., bookkeeper with Black Diamond Coal Co., 

bds American Exchange 
Baxter Samuel, linenman P. M. S. S. Golden City 
Baxter Samuel, waiter, dwl 228 Folsom 
Baxter Sutclitte, clerk Bellingharn Bay Co., dwl 

American Exchange Hotel 
Baxter William H., clerk S. F. Assaying and Re- 
fining Works, dwl 9 Stockton 
Bay City Laundry, offices 602 Market and 228 Mont 
Bay Park Addition Homestead Association, office 407 

California 
Bav Park Homestead Association, office 407 Cal 
BAY SUGAR REFINERY, H. Meese president, 

office SW cor Battery and Union 
Bay View Chemical Works, San Bruno Road 3^ 

miles from City Hall 
Bav View Homestead Association, office 415 Mont 
BAY VIEW PARK HOTEL. Silas Selleck pro- 
prietor. Bay View Park 5 miles from City Hall 
Bay View Railroad Homestead Club, office 415 Mout 
Bay Warehouse, A. R. Van Damme proprietor, 

Sansom bei. Lombai d and Greenwich 
Bayerque E. M. Madame, (widow) dwl 819 Mission 
Bayerque Romain, with Pioche &. Bayerque, dwl 

806 Stockton 
Bayleff Edward, shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bayless Charles E., drayman with M. G. Searing, 

resides Oakland 
Bayless Thornton J., bookkeeper with Wm. Meyer 

" & Co., dwl 204 Montgomery 
Bayless William H., architect, office 33 Kearny, dwl 

E 8 Geneva nr Brannan 
Bayley Charles A., liquor saloon, dwl 1902 Dupont 
Bayley Charles A., with Philip Moysey, dwl 435 

Hayes 
Bayley George B., bookkeeper Bank California, 

dwl 1027 Bush 
Bayley John, stonecutter, dwl Natoma bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Bayley Merrill F., photographer, dwl W s Missis- 
sippi nr Mariposa 
BAYLEY (milmr F.) & WINTER, (Robert) 
photographers and artists, 6I8-62U Wa^shiugton 
Bayley Wilbur F., (Bayley ij- VVinterJ dwl 1405 

' Tayh)r 
Baylis A. W., physician, 20 Ellis 
Baylor Charles, bootmaker, E s Folsom nr Twenty- 
second 
Bayly Mrs., (widow) dwl 163 Tehama 
Bayly Charles A., clerk, 512 Kearny, dwl 163 

Tehama 
Bayly. — See Bailey and Bailv 
Bayiiia Joseph Rev. S. J..i're8ident St. Ignatius 

College, Sb Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Bayne Melinda, (widow) dwl 928 Mission 



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Bays Henry, sliip cariienter, dwl 8 Liberty 

Hays Jobn, laborer, dwl W s Larkiu ur Geary 

Uazin Victor, tailor, 445 Busb 

Bazio Manuel, laborer, dwl 117 Clark 

Beach /^Andrew O.J & Co., f Abraham B. Putra- 

inent) groceries and liquors, 954 Folsotn 
Beach Alexander T., bookkeeper with Ben Holla- 
day & Co.. 4'-S Cal. dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
BEACH CHILIOX, books and statiouery, 34 

Montgomery, dwl Lick House 
Beach E. Mrs.. "boarding, 1020 Stockton 
Beach George H., salesman with H. Eugelbrecht, 

dwl .533 Jesfie 
Beach Henry H., clerk yyith Wellman, Peck & Co., 

dwl 119" Sixth 
Beach Henry M., merchant, 322 Washington 
Beach Horace, secretary Harbor Commissioners, 

414 Montgomery, dwl Johnson House 
Beach John C., clerk, dwl Adams Hou.'se 
Beach John H.,ea^yyer with Mech. Mill & M. Co., 

dwl 10 Verona Place 
Beach Joseph D. C, (Straut, White if Co.) dwl S 

W cor Howard and Eighteenth 
Beach Lewis, porter with J. C. Meussdorffer & Bro., 

dwl S s Clay bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Beach T. P., cashier North Pacific Transportation 

Co., dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Beach Treat S., produce dealer, office 402 Front, dwl 

Occidental Hotel 
Beacon Willi^im, hostler with Omnihus E. R. Co , 

dwl 241 Tehama 
Beadle Donald, (Moss Sj- B.) dwl fi23 Third 
Beadle Frank, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Beahn John, butcher, dwl 110 Dora 
Beakley Absolom, cane-chair repairer, 223 Sutter 
Beakley J. Sloat, Homeopathic Dispensary, 122 

GcMiry 
Beal George, clerk Chief Quartermaster's Dept Cal., 

417 Kearny, dwl 604 Pine 
Beal Rufus Jr., carpenter, dwl Tehama nr Fourth 
Beal Samuel, mattressmaker, 375 Mission, dwl 19 

Stanly Place 
Beal William, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Beale Bernard P., roofer with H. G. Fiske, dwl 502 

Mission 
Beale Fr^iuk, restaurant, 1112 Dnpont 
Beale Georiie J., machinist Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

40 Minna 
Beale Street Commissioners, office 224 Sansom 
Beale Street Ware House, Francis Read proprietor, 

Beale Street Wharf 
Beale Street Wharf, foot Beale 
Beale Thomas, merchant, dwl 10 Habbard 
Beals C. R. Mrs., assistant teacher Girls' High 

School, dwl 923 Powell 
BEALS HENRY CHANNING, editor Commer- 
cial Herald and Market Review, office 409 

Washington, dwl 1506 Taylor 
Beals Joseph, steward steamship Idaho 
Bealy William, dwl What Cheer House 
Beaman Alfied, carj.<enter, dwl 711 California 
Bean Archibald E., shipjoiner. dwl 32 Clarice Place 
Bean David, drayman with Farnsworth & Glynn, 

dwl 124 Eddy 
Bean Francis W., local policeman, dwl cor Harrison 

and Spear 
Bean James, shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bean John D., waiter 332 Mont, dwl 518 Pacific 
Beau Joseph, shipjoiner, dwl 508 Folsom 
Bean J. W., carpenter, dwl cor Seventh and How 
Bean Moses, mariBer, dwl 1910 Mason 
Bean Redmond, stevedore, dwl 5t59 Howard 
Bean Thomai? JI., porter with Stone <fe Hayden, 

dwl Potrero Nuevo 
Bean William, drayman with Farnsworth & 

Glynn, dwl 124 Eddy 
Bean Zacariah, (colored) cook, bds 31 Pacific 
Beane George H., drayman with Hansom & Moore, 

dwl Juniper near Folsom 



Beane Joseph W., sliipjoiner with Cantrell, Dell & 

Co., dwl 508 Folsom 
Beane L. W., carpenter, dwl Tremont House 
Bean.<ton George, secretary Board of Education, 

dwl W .s Hollis bet O'Farrell and Ellis 
Beard Chailes, deputy sheriff, 8 City Hall, dwl 704 

Howard 
Beard George, calker. dwl 54 First 
Beard George, longshoreman, dwl N b Greenwich 

bet Sansom and Montgomery 
Beard Isaac, blacksmith with Michael H. Hoare, 

dwl W s Towusend between Third and Fourth 
Beard John, mariner, dwl Townsend bet Third and 

Fourth 
Beard Joseph R., clerk, office 15 Mont Block, dwl 

NW cor Howard and Third 
Beard Robert, employe Custom House, dwl 167 

Silver 
Beard William H., mariner, dwl 26 Stewart 
Bearden Enoch M., cigars and tobacco, Interna- 
tional Hotel 
Beardslev Cyrus W., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 

Post 
Beardslev Frederick A., merchant, office 318 Front, 

dwrilSPost 
Beardsley Paul F., millman California Mills, dwl 

759 Market 
Beardsley Robert, driver International Hotel, 530 

Jackson 
Beardsley Silas, carpenter, dwl 436 Union 
Bearg Arthur, clerk, bds 338 Bush 
Bearmau Amelia Miss, tailoress with Simon Rein- 
stein, 266 Jessie 
Bearnes Amarice, laundry, 9 Jasper Place 
Bearwald Benjamin, metermaker with M. Dobrzen- 

skv. (and Bearwald Bros.) dwl 425 Tehama 
BEARWALD BROS., (Henry and Benjamin) 

ranges, stoves, ai:d tinware, 42 Fourth 
Bearwald George, furniture wagon, cor Fourth and 

Mission, dwl 6 Hey wood 
Bearwald Henry, (Bearwald Bros ) dwl 425 Tehama 
Bearwald Louis, dwl 524 Tehama 
BEARWALD TOBIAS, furs, 106 Kearny, dwl 524 

Tehama 
Beatev C G., bricklayer, B. P. Ass.. 751 Market 
Beatly William, driver N. B. & M. R. R 
Beaton Angus, shipcarpenter with P. H. Tiernan, 

dwl205Riich 
Beaton John J., shipcarpenter with P. H. Tiernan, 

dwl 205 Pitch 
Beaton Peter, shipcarpenter with P. H. Tiernan, 

dwl 205 Ritch 
Beatro Solato, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Beattie James, shipcarpenter, dwl E 6 Garden bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Beattv James, laborer, N s Braunan bet Seventh and 

Eighth 
Beatty Patr ck, mattressmaker with N. P. Cole &, 

Co., dwl 531 O'Farrell 
Beatty Robert, White House, dwl W s Mission bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
Beatty Samuel, bootmaker with Buckingham & 

Hecht, dwl 14 Harlan Place 
BEATTY SAMUEL G. Jr., (Gunnison <& B.J at- 
torney at law, office 604 Merchant, dwl SE cor 

Mason and Ellis 
Beatty William J., policeman, dwl 28 Clara 
Beaucbamp Julia Mrs., dwl W 8 Polk bet Sacra- 
mento and California 
Beauchamp Onesime, carpenter, dwl 527 Pine 
Beanchamp Stephen, varnisher with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl Market opp Dupont 
Beaujardin Theodore, teacher music, dwl 823 Broad- 
way 
Beaumont E. Armes, minstrel Maguire's Opera House 

dwl Cosmop.jlitan 
Beaumont W. H., carpenter, dwl Pacific Hotel 
Beaumont William H., attorney at law, office 615 

Kearny 



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BeaurcKurd Napoleon, miichiiiigt Pacific Rolling 

Mill, dwl S s Siena nr Miclii.!.'an 
Beaver Georire W., ininiug office 414 California, 

dwl IIJ Powell 
Beaver JoLn, dwl 737 Howard 
Beaver Samuel F... aesitstant caaliier U. S. Assistant 

Treasurer, dwl 101 G Stockton 
Bebo Isiiac, Macksinith, dwl S s Hinckley nr Mont 
Bee Baitholoinv, dwl 1 107 Stockton 
Bee Henry, dwl 1414 Stockton 
Bee Pascal, grinder, dwl S s Polk Lane 
Becherer Eiiiil, jeweler with Koehler &. Ritter, dwl 

cor Stockton and Clay 
Bechler (.lohnj tfe Herrujan (Martin) restaurant, 

215 Davis 
Bechler John, (Bechler & Herrman) dwl Clara 

Lane nr Slitter 
Bechler Joseph, carriage trimmer with Pollard & 

Carvill, bds Tremont House 
Bechlton Charles, butcher with Lewis Heutrich, dwl 

~'05 Sansom 
Beck Adolphus G., accountant, office 432 Mont 
Beck Anna, (widow) dwl 568 Howard 
Beck Anton II., musician, dwl 1411 Stockton 
Beck August, dwl 214 Chestnut 
Beck Charles, pork packer with W. K. Dietrich, dwl 

121)1 Hyde 
Beck David L. Jr., clerk with Jones & Co., dwl 18 

Stanly Place 
Beck Eugene B., clerk with Jones & Co., dwl 18 

Staniy Place 
Beck Fiaucis E., clerk with A. G. Beck, 432 Mont 
Beck Hans, se:iman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Beck Harry, plasterer with Jennings & Garfield, 

dwl Powell bet Union and Greenwich 
Beck Heniy, (Dietle & B.) dwl 28 O'Farrell 
Beck Henry, laborer, dwl Crescent Avenue bet San 

Jose and San Bruno Roads 
Beck Henry Jr., cutler with Will & Finck 
Beck Jacob, bricklayer, dwl N s Seventeenth nr 

Dolores 
Beck James G. , painter, dwl 355 Jessie 
Beck John, brewer Philadelphia Brewery 
Beck Mary, (widow) (colored) dwl E s Spear bet 

Howard and Mission 
Beck Nicholas P., liquor saloon, dwl 214 Stewart 
BECK PETER, liquor saloon, SW cor Beale and 

Brvant 
Beck Sanuiel, clerk, 308 Kearny, dwl 339 Eddy 
Beck William, shoemaker with J. G. Werlin, dwl 

Sacrauiento Hotel 
Beck William J., cook, dwl 42 Ecker 
Becke Adolph M., clerk, 325 Sacramento 
Beckedortf Christian C, packer, dwl 38 Ruse 
Beckens Dennis, waiter, 2b Stewart 
Becker Albert, cook, dwl 132 Stewart 
Becker Autrust, silversmith with Koehler & Ritter, 

dwl 423 Bush 
BECKER B. ADOLPII, dealer Havana cigars and 

tobacco, GOO Montgomery, dwl 808 California 
Becker C. H., clerk with Louis West, dwl SW cor 

Fifth and Shipley 
Becker Charles, ship carpenter, dwl New Atlantic 

Hotel 
Becker Christiansen, baker with E. A. Engleberg, 

dwl 13G Sl.ii.ley 
Becker Diedricli, liquor saloon, SE cor Pacific and 

Drumin 
Becker Frank, porter, 220 Sansom, dwl 812 Povrell 
Becker Frederick, engraver, dwl lOlG Mason 
Becker Frederick, jeweler with Hubash & Kutz, 

dwl 51 y Montgomery 
Becker Frederick W., cigars and tobacco, 705 Davis 
Becker George J., local policeman, dwl 284 Stev- 
enson 
Becker Hannah, (widow) dwl 528 Linden 
Becker (Henry J &, Jacoby, (Julius) dry goods, 348 

Third 
Becker Henry, (Becker & Jacohy) dwl 348 Third 



Becker Henry, lithographic printer with G. T. 

Brown & Co., 510 Clay 
Becker Joseph, crockery and glassware, 227 Dupont 
Becker Joseph, fitter Atlas Iron Works, dwl Folsoni 

bet Fifth and Si.xth 
Becker Louis, baker with William Hessler, dwl 715 

Pacific 
Becker ^Martin, clerk, dwl XW cor Eighth and 

Bryant 
Becker Nicolaus, porter with Bernheim & Ehrenp- 

fort, dwl cor Gough and O'Farrell 
Becker Otto F., (Bitter Sf B.) dwl Prescott Honse 
Becker Peter, bootmaker with George Burkhardt, 

dwl 515 Green 
Becker Peter, Railroad Bakery, SE cor Dupont and 

Berry 
Becker Samuel, dwl G27 Commercial 
Becker ( William j & Co., (Peter Miller) groceries 

and liquors, NW cor Mission and Spear 
Becker William, salesman with Victor Navlet, 217 

Leidesdortf 
Beckers Dennie, waiter, 2G Stewart 
Beckett Solomon, (colored) cook P. M. S. S. Con- 
stitution, dwl 15 Clara 
Beckler Conrad, baker, dwl 308 Jlinna 
Beckler John C, Evening Star Saloon, G35 Kearny, 

dwl 310 Minna 
Beckley Edwin R., local agent Equitable Life As- 
surance Society, 430 Mont, dwl Lick Honse 
Beckman Chris. H", clerk with Frederick F. Speck- 
man, dwl 81 Fourth 
Beckman Jacob, carpenter with Paul & Linforth, 

dwl Bootz' Hotel 
Beckman William, laborer, dwl 7 Varenne 
Beckmann Eugene, druggist, dwl New Atlantic 

Hotel 
Beckmann John, groceries and liquors, 512 Geary 
Beckmann (JohnN.) &. Waliden, (Henry T.) gro- 
ceries and liquors, 115 Ninth 
Beckmann Peter C, clerk, dwl NE cor California 

and Prospect Place 
Beckmann William, clerk with H. A. Thouiford, dwl 

NW cor Powell and Filbert 
Beckwith Elliot S., boatbuilder with Joseph Gilman, 

24 Commercial 
Beckwith James R., clerk Kennedy, Long & Co.'s 

Express, dwl 350 Jessie 
Beckwith John W., policeman City Hall, dwl 565 

Tehama 
Bedeaux Louis, distiller and rectifier liquors, dwl 

105 Geary 
Bedell William, machinist Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

E 8 Mission Avenue nr Seventeenth 
Beder William, hairdresser with J. Walters, dwl 520 

Mission 
Bedford Henrv, tinsmith, dwl .507 Mission 
Bee A. W. Mrs., adjuster U. S. B. Mint, dwl 649 

Folsom 
Beebe Charles II., shipwright, S. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Beebe William S , packer with Cutting &. Co., dwl 

312i Clementina 
Beebee M., turner, dwl 286 Stevenson 
Beebee R. F., patternmaker ^litua Iron Works, dwl 

cor Fourth and Stevenson 
Beebee Robert M., tinsmith with Osgood & Stetson, 

dwl 63 Minna 
Beecher Henry, cook Russ House 
Beeching Robert, blacksmith with John R. Sime, 

dwl 1016 Taylor 
Beedy W. P., carpenter, dwl 410 Pacific 
Beegan John, me-^'senu'er, 14 MoHtijoinerv 
BEEHIVE BUILDING, NE cor Washington and 

Dupont 
Becking George E , with Joseph Sheerer, dwl 

Rosetta bei Kearny and Dupont 
Beekman Charles W., mariner, dwl SE cor Sacra- 
mento and Drumm 
Beekman Charles H., porter with C. Clayton «fc Co., 

dwl SWcor Clay and Dupont 



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Beekmiin Frederick, cabinetmaker, dwl Ss Fulton 

nr Octavirt 
Beene Hur.ice C. letter departmeut Wells, Fai-go & 

Co., dwl 1510 Mission 
Beer Gotlieb, bookkeeper with Weil & Co., dwl 

102(t Larkin 
Beer Julius, ( Weil Sf Co.) res New York 
Beers Barrit, dentist with Jessup & Beers, 103 
[ Montffomerv 

I Beers Georire A., printer with F. Biesta, dwl 315 
I Bush ^ 
Beers Herbert M., {H. M. Beers 4- Co.; dwl 319 

Bush 
Beers Hiram M., boots and shoes, 118 Fourth, dwl 

814 Mission 
Beere H. M. Si. Co., (Lnfayette Blair) nianufactar- 

ers and dealers boots and shoes, '£i& Kearny | 

Beers John B., (Jefxup 4- B.) dentist, office XW 

cor Montifomery and Sutter, res O iklund 
Beers John H., carpenter, dwl Goodsells Piace 
Beers Richard, boilermaker. dwl 24 Tehama 
Beers William, carpenter, dwl 316 Pir>e 
Beesley William, laborer, dwl X s Kent 
Beetori Philip M., clerk S- F. and P. Sugar Refinery. 

dwl 1138 Folsom 
Beevan Isaac, teamster, dwl White nr Yallejo 
Beez f Frederick J & DeLouge, (John B.) boot 

makers. 315 Bush 1 

Beez Frederick, (Bees Sr- DeLon^e) dwl 708 Pine I 
BeflFa Angelo, liquor saloon, 936 Kearny I 

Began John, laborer, dwl X s Blusome bet Fourth ! 

and Fifth ! 

Began Louisa, chambermaid Occidental Hotel 
Began Mary, chambermaid Occidental Hotel 
Begeman C. F. W., saloon, XE cor Hayes and La- 

guna, dwl 137 Fourth 
Beggs Henrv, bookkeeper S. F. Gas Co., dwl 608 

Post 
Beggs James, engineer S. F. Gas Works, dwl 6U8 

Post 
Beggs James, machinist, dwl X W cor Scott and Tyler 
Beggs John, hostler with George Eggleton, dwl E 

s Battery nr Jackson 
Begley Michael, molder Pacific Foundry, dwl W s 

Sherman bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Begly P., laborer, dwl 304 Beale 
Begne Joseph, dwl 924 Dupout 
Beguhl Adolf, painter, dwl cor Montcalm and Cali- 
fornia Avenue, Bernal Higlits 
E3guhl D., house painter, E. H. L. Dasbaway Hall 
Behan (Dennis) & Harrold, f John W.) liquor sa- 
loon SW cor Fourth and Howard 
Behan James G., printer Eiireka Typo. Rooms, 539 

Washington 
Behan John O., compositor S. F. Herald, dwl 

Brenham Place 
Behan Thomas, clerk, dwl X s Solano nr Vermont 
Behan Timothv, conductor X. B. & M. Railroad, 

dwl 843 Howard 
Behlow Charles J., (H. Liebes ^' Co.) dwl 736 Fol 
Behlow WilUam, upholsterer with Charles M. Plum. 

dwl Townseud bet Second and Third ' 

Behn Walter, bookkeeper with Tavlor & Bendel, I 

dwl 632 Broadway " j 

Behnemann Henry, clerk with J. Horstmann, dwl N 

W cor Bush and Powell | 

Behr Hei man H., physician, office 616 Market, dwl | 

646 Bryant 

Behr Otto, expressman, dwl 213 Minna I 

Behre Francis, tinsmith, dwl E s Larkin nr Turk | 

Behre Frederick, dwl E s Larkin nr Turk I 

Behre Robert L., clerk with W. D. Sawyer, dwl E 1 

i s Larkin nr Turk ; 

I Behrend John, seaman, bds 7 Washincrton j 

I Behrenilt H. & Co., ( Michriel Long and J. 

Pointer) trunkinakers. King bet " Third and . 
1 Fourth, salesroom 16 Sansom 1 

1 Behrendt Herman, (H. Behrendt & Co.) dwl 1432 1 

Pine 1 



BEHREXS GEORGE H., Xucleus Cigar Store, 3 

Third/dwl 970 H^irrison 
BEHREXS H. C. F., physician, office SE cor 

Wa.*h and Dupont, dwl 8 OFarrell 
BEHREXS JAMES, importer fine French wines, 

405 Battery, dwl S s Chestnut bet Kearny and 

Montgomery 
Behreus Johannes, seaman, bds 39 Jackson 
Behiens John, cabinetmaker with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl W s Bnsh nr Green 
Behrens Joseph, groceries and liquors, SE cor Turk 

and Polk 
Behrens. — See Berrins 
Behring Charles, dwl 439 First 
Behrle Frederick, saloon XWcor Dnpont and Clay, 

dwl 2102 Powell 
Behrle Frederick, beer saloon XE cor Powell and 

Chestnut, dwl cor Taylor and Yallejo 
Behiinan Henry, cook, 2.53 .Stewart 
Behrmann F. £., carpenter, dwl 115 Morton 
Behrmann H., cook, dwl 132 Stewart 
BehrmHnn Henry, cooper, dwl 211 Tehama 
Behrs Mike, brewer, Philadelphia Brewery 
Beicher George, woodturner with L. & E. Eman- 
uel, dwl 279 Stevenson 
Beicroft John T., sawyer Empire Mills, dwl cor 

Twenty-third and Utah 
Beidelmann William, barkeeper, Chicago Hotel 
Beidenbach August, baker, dwl 248 Minna 
Beidermann Louis, restaurant, 419 Fourth 
Bein William, machinist, dwl 615 Mission 
Beinert David, boots and shoes, W s Sixteenth bet 

Mission and Valencia 
BEIKXE BARTHOLOMEW, proprietor Manhat- 
tan House, dwl 707 Front 
BEIRXE PATRICK, proprietor Empire Hotel, 

414-416 Pacific 
Beireuss William, dwl Prescott House 
Beisel D. C, express wagon, SE cor Mont and Pine 
Beisel Jacob, tanner, XW cor Mariposa and Missis- 
sippi, dwl Santa Clara nr Carolina 
Beissel Fr., expressman, dwl 228 Bnsh 
Beissing Enist, steward, dwl 127 Jackson 
Beitz Martin, waiter, 531 Com, dwl Overland Honse 
Bejeuni Ambroise, clerk with Prosper May 
Bekeart Philip, hardware, 305 Third 
Beker Philip, carpenter, dwl X s Brannan nr Sixth 
Bekmann John, laborer, dwl 1432 Stockton 
Bela Felix, iron shuttermaker, dwl 11 Lewis 
Belan Michael, tailor, 1317 Kearny 
Belando (Peter) & Co.. (Manuel MortleJ wood and 

coal, 1210 Powell 
Belasco Abraham, merchant, office 325 Sacramento, 

dwl Harrison nr Fourth 
Belcher Frederick P., drayman, 318 Battery, dwl 

1013 Union 
Belcher Galitzen, (Kearn, Kenny 4' -'o-^ dwl 1005 

Mason 
Belcher Robert H., express wagon, J36 California, 

dwl 1015 Union 
Belcher S. M. Co., (Gold Hill, Nev.) office 419 Cal 
Belcour Jules, chancellor, office 434 Jackson, dwl S s 

Grove nr Octavia 
Belden Block, SW cor Montgomery and Bush 
Belden Joseph W., bookkeeper S. F. Herald, dwl 

1020 Geary rear 
Belden Josiah, real estate, office 523 Montgomery, 

res San Jose 
Beldiug Eren, mining superintendent, dwl 625 Har 
Belding Robert K., carjienter, dwl 836 Market 
Belding T., ship^vright, Ship Ass., Barra's Hall 
Beldom John J., carpenter, dwl 113 Post 
Beldon John, tailor, dwl 23 Hunt 
Belduke (Joseph) & Sicotte (Roger) manufacturers 

Concord carriages, 820 Folsom 
Belduke Joseph, (Belduke 4- Sicotte) dwl 844 Fol 
Belesker Abraham, dwl 853 Harrison 
Belfe George, carpenter, dwl XY\' cor Turk and 

Market 



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Belfile Peter, porter with G. Venard. dwl 6-'5 Front 

Belfraze John, seaiiian. dwl 32 Stewiut ' 

Belinge F. A. A., medical student at Tolaud M. C, 

dwl 865 Mission 
Belisle Francis, machinist, dwl W s Folsom bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Belknap David P., {' Winans Sf B.J attorney at law, 

604 Merchant 
Bell Alexander D., editor, dwl 1102 Taylor 
Bell Amory, l)n>ker.dwl S e Sac bet Steiiier and Pierce 
Bell Aniory F., ( M.tcluU if B.J dwl S s Sacramento 

bet Steiuer and Pierce 
Bell Anna Mrs., (colored) dressmaker, 427 Third 
Bell Augustus, porter P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Bell Charles, carpenter with Packard, Kuapton & 

Co., dwl 1.=) Second 
Bell Charles, laborer, dwl 15 Second 
Bell Charles, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Bell Charles E.. shipwright, S. Ass.. Barra's Hall 
Bell Chailes E. & Co.. soap manufacrarers and 

dealers tallow and rosin, SE corner Drunim 

and Clark 
Bell Daniel P., clerk with Edmund :\IarkB & Co.,' 

dwl Fern Av bet Franklin and A'an Ness Av 
Bell David B., clerk with J. H. Kessing, dwl cor 

Francisco and Jones 
Bell Gearue, painter, dwl W s Guerrero near Quinn 
BELL {Georcre H.J & CO., booksellers and news- 
dealers, 337 Kearny, dwl 1014 Post 
Bell Henry, laborer, dwl S s Brannan near Seventh 
Bell Henry, marketman, dwl N s Turk bet Polk and 

Larkin 
Bell Henrv. plumber, Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Bell Henry H., agent M. J. Jones & Co., dwl 782 

Harrison 
Bell Hiram H.. hackman Occidental Hotel 
BELL JA.MES. (Falkner B. & Co. J res England 
Bell James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bell James H., barber, dwl Ankeny Place nr Bush 
Bell John, deik, dwl 808 Tavlor 
Bell John, driver N. B. &, M. Railroad, dwl Miller 

Place 
BELL JOHN, president Oriental Fire and Marine 

Insurance Co., office 204 Mont, dwl Occidental 

Hotel 
Bell John, sailmaker with John Harding, dwl E s 

Jones near Clay 
Bell John, sliipjniuer, Shipjoiners' Ass., 751 Market 
BELL JOHN C, carpets, upholstery, and furni- 
ture wareroome. 524 Market and iV Sutter, dwl 

502 Greenwich 
Bell John P., clerk with Sharp & Lloyd, dwl 808 

Taylor 
Bell John W., carpenter, dwl 14 Virginia 
Bell John W., freight clerk Pacific Union Express, 

office 308 Front, dwl 508 Third 
Bell Joseph, seaman, dwl 26 Stewart 
Bell Margaret, (widow) dwl 10 Polk Lane 
Bell Mary, (w)dow( dwl 107 Bernard 
Bell Mary A., (widow) dwl W s Valencia bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Bell Peter, baker, dwl 522 Market 
Bell Ronald, carpenter, dwl NE cor Larkin and 

Chestnut 
Bell .Samuel, shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bell Samuel L.. carpenter, dwl Towaseud between 

Third and Fourth 
Bell Thomas, (Barron Sf Co. J dwl 606 Stockton 
Bell Thomas, longshoreman, dwl S\V cor Gilbert 

and Bryant 
Bell Thomas, porter with M. Heller & Bros., dwl 15 

Garden 
Bell Thomas B., camenter, dwl 512 Sixth 
Bell William, dwl 431 Duprmt 
Bell William, boilermaker, dwl 20 Fol*m 
Bell V\ illiam, compositor Alta California 
Bell William, gastitter, dwl 568 Mission 
Bell William, laborer, dwl I'J Welsh 
Bell Williani, laborer with J. B. Kemp 



Bell William, plumber with P. R. O'Brien 

Bell William, porter with Cutting & Co., dwl 144 

Natoina 
Bell William, ship carpenter, dwl SE cor Kentucky 

and Gilmore 
Bell William, shipping clerk, dwl 141 Natoma 
Bell William, stonecutter, dwl 737 Folsom 
Bell William H., dwl W s Valencia bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth 
Bell William T., druggist with H. Williams, 573 

Mist^ion 
Bella Union Melodeon, Samuel Tetlow proprietor, 

803 Kearny 
Bellander Erric, silversmith with Koehler & Ritter, 

dwl E 6 Stockton bet Clay and Washington 
Bellanger Joseph, liquor saloon, 536 Merchant 
Bellars William S., carjienter and exiraman stm 

No. 4, S. F. F. D., dwl Engine House W 6 

Second nr Howard 
Belle Edward, dentist, office and dwl 408 Pine 
Belle-Vue House, Mrs. A. P. Molitor, proprietress, 

1018 Stockton 
Belleau Ann S., (widow) dwl 1502 Taylor 
Bellemere Adolphus, with Goodwin &. Co., dwl 111 

Powell 
Bellemere Augnst, (Frontier & Co. J dwl 111 Powell 
Bellemere Lewis, dwl 1163 Micsion, 
Bellender Charles, varnisher, dwl NE cor Hickory 

Avenue and Gough 
Bellsteadt John, laborer California Sngar Refinery, 

dwl Decatur bet Brannan and Bryant 
Bellew Edward, laboier with James P. Pierce 
Bellew James H.. upholsterer with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl Ohio nr Broadway 
Bellew John, boarding, W s Ohio nr Broadway 
Belliere Eugene, hairdressing saloon, 756 Clay, dwl 

917 Sacramento 
Belling Harmon, cjibinetmaker, dwl 163 Silver 
Bellingall Peter W., a.^sistaut money clerk S- F. 

Post Office, dwl 7 Garden 
BELLINGHAM BAY COAL CO., office Spear 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Bellingham Robert, shoemaker, 308 Dupont, rear, 

dwl 1212 Larkin 
Bellingsley John, hostler with Thomas Kelly, dwl 

SE cor Geary and Leavenworth 
Bellisle Francis N., foreman car shop S. F. dt S. J. 

R. R., Folsom bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Bellman Vincent, workman S. F. Cordage Factory, 

dwl E 8 Tennessee bet Nevada and Sierra 
Bellmar Henry, driver with John Prinz, dwl Na- 
toma nr Sixth 
Bellmer, ( R. A.J Preble (Ckarle^ S.J & Co., (Geo. 

F. Moatas^ueJ California Pickle Facioiy, 108 

Sacramento 
Bellmer H. A., (Bellmer, Preble & Co. J dwl 607 

Vallejo 
Bellmere Adolphus, c.ibinetmaker with Goodwin & 

Co., dwl 111 Powell 
Bellnow Louis, extraman stm No. 3, S. F. F. D., dwl 

Engine House S s Sutter nr Jones 
Bello L'., dwl NE cor Dupont ami Vallejo 
Bello Vincent, dwl 1 Margaret Place 
Beiloc Beiijaniin, ( Belloc Frercsj res Paris 
Belloc Felix, baker, dwl 31 Hinckley 
BELLOC FRERES. (1. <k B. Belloc J importers 

and bankers, 535 Clay 
Belloc Irenee, (Belloc FrerexJ res Paris 
Bellows William W., clerk with Charles Langley, 

dwl 517 Leavenworth 
Belmere Duff, varnibher with Goodwin & Co 
Belmont Joseph, boilermaker, dwl 9 Minna 
Belshaw Mortimer, mining, dwl 109 Montgomery 
Bell A. M., fieii.'ht clerk steamer Pacilic 
Belton Philip, ileik, dwl 1138 Folsom 
Belton P. M;, clerk, dwl 1138 Fols(.m 
Beltran Jews, cigars and tobacco, 1022 Kearny 
Belville Eli. broommaker with Palmer, Gillespie &. 

Co., dwl 272 Teha-na 



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Belville Eli G., carrier Courrier de San Francisco, 

dwl 715 Broadway 
Bely Peter, waiter with Foster & iMartiu 
Beiiiis diaries C, U. S. inspector boilers, office NE 

cor Washington and Battery, dwl 449 Bryant 
Bemraernian Christopher, waiter C. S- N. Co/s stm 

Ca])ital 
Bemus James, with California Powder Works Co., 

dwl '^S? Minna 
Ben Franklin Homestead Association, office 422 

Montgomery 
Benairdes Alfred, with Locke & Montague, dwl 

Broadway bet Kearny and Dupont 
Benard Alexander, with Augustas Beuard, dwl 2G2 

Tehama 
BENARD AUGUSTUS F., groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Howard and Fifth, dwl 262 Tehama 
Benard Lorenzo, dwl l.'SO Morton 
Bench Charles, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
BENCHLEY L. B., vice president Pacific Rolling 

Mill Co., office :i Front, dwl 1019 California 
BencingJohn, shoemaker with C. Lester, 12 Stewart 
Bender IMatilda, nurse, dwl 1622 Stockton, rear 
Bendel Herman, (Taylor & B.) dwl 22 Kearny 
Bender Charles, importer and dealer leather and 

sboe findings, 114 Sutter 
Bender Jacob A., bricklayer, dwl 119 Bernard 
Bender Josiab P., bricklayer, dwl S s Chestnut bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Behdit Harris, shoemaker, dwl 41 Jessie 
Bendit Isaac, peddler, dwl 41 Jessie 
Bendit Louis, hairdresser, dwl 41 Jessie 
Bendit Morris, express wagon, NE cor Montgomery 

and California, dwl SE cor Eleventh and Minna 
Bendit Samuel, furniture, 1019 Dupont, dwl 1022 

Dupont 
Bendit Vvilliam, hairdresser, dwl 41 Jessie 
Bendixen L. A., dwl 737 Howard 
Beudke Charles, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Benedett.i Louis, woodyard, 508 Green, dwl E s 

Union Place 
Benedict Adolph, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Silver and Fourth 
Benedict (0. S.J & Allen, fBenjaminJ gents' furn- 
ishing goods, 3 Second 
Benedict C. S., (Benedict & Allen) dwl W a Valen- 
cia bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Benedict Charles, clerk, dwl 20 Sansom 
Benedict Charles, mariner, dwl 20 Sansom 
Benedict Charles W., clerk with H. H. Bancroft & 

Co., dwl 405 Post 
Benedict Cornelius, with Marden & Myrick, dwl S 

s Post nr Jones 
Benedict Henry, (Colderwood & B.J dwl N a McAl- 
lister nr Buchanan 
Benedict Jacob, refiner S. F. Assaying and Refining 

Works, dwl 33 Russ 
Benedict John D., laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Benedict Newton, secretary City Railroad Co., dwl 

1511^ Sacramento 
Benedict Salome S. Miss, artist with Bradley & 

Rulofson, dwl NE cor Montgomery and Green 
Benedict William A., mariner, dwl 20 Sansom 
Beneke Dietrich, clerk with Hermann Coruahrens, 

dwl NE cor Howard and Sixth 
Benfeld Conrad, captain schooner Fearless, bds 7 

Washington 
Benham Benjamin, printer, dwl 1108 Stockton 
BENHAM CALHOUN, attorney at law, office and 

dwl 615 Kearny 
Benham Joseph, deckhand, dwl 792 Folsom 
BENECIA CEMENT CO., George F. Bragg .fe 

po. agents, office 116 Front 
Benigni Leon, brassfinisher with W. T. Garratt,re8 

Oakland 
Bening George F., dwl 437 Sixth 
Benitz Frank J., clerk, 334 Mont, res Oakland 
Benjamin Abraham F., clerk with Frank G. Ed- 
wards, dwl 1145 Mission 



Benjamin Carrie V. Miss, pi'incijial Powell Street 

Primary School, dwl 1107 Stockton 
Benjimin Charles B., (colored) barber stm Montana, 

dwl 721 Broadway 
Benjamin F. Miss, assistant teacher Pine and Larkin 

Street School, dwl 517 Leavenworth 
Benjamin Frederick A., miner, dwl 737 Harrison 
Benjamin Jacob, Public Administrator City and 

County S. F., office 411 Cal., dwl 1145 Mission 
Benjamin James, tailor, dwl 860 Folsom 
Benjamin John, tailor with Francis Dixey, dwl 860 

Folsom 
Benjamin Joseph, carbuilder S. F. & S. J. R. R., 

dwl Center House, Folsom bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth 
Benjamin Moses H., clerk with B. Sbarboro & Bro., 

dwl 1145 Mission 
Benjamin William K., transfer clerk U. S. Treas- 
urer, dwl 517 Leavenworth 
Benn George, teamster with James Dunn, dwl W s 

Salmon nr Pacific 
Benn James, laborer, dwl Mount Calvary Cemetery 
Benner F. M., helper U. S. B. Mint, res Oakland 
BENNER GEORGE L.. boatbuilder, S s Howard 

bet Stewart and Spear, dwl 3'J4 Beale 
Bennernian John, boilerniaker, dwl 507 Mission 
Bennerot Eugene, machinist, dwl 232 Jessie 
Bennerscheidt Bruno, foreman with M. Dobrzensky, 

dwl .536 Pine 
Bennerscheidt Joseph, metermaker with M. Dobr- 
zensky, dwl German Hall 18 Sinsom 
Benuet Charles A., clerk with H. W. Bennet, dwl 

21 Third 
Bennet Charles A., superintendent San Francisco 

Olympic Club 
BENNET HENRY W., drugs and medicines, 21 

Third, dwl cor Third and Stevenson 
Bennett Albert, plasterer, dwl 765 Mission 
Bennett Alfred E., sashmaker with D. A. Macdon- 

ald & Co., dwl NW cor California and Leav 
Bennett A. M., carpenter, House C. League, 25 Post 
Bennett Anthony, goldbeater with T. & L. Reilly, 

dwl 13 Ritch 
Bennett A. P. Union Coal Co., 113 and 115 Mission 
Bennett Benjamin, laborer, dwl 529 Mission 
Bennett C, (Bennett <fc Co.) dwl E s Iowa bet 

Mariposa and Solano 
Bennett Charles H., molder Columbia Foundry, dwl 

27 (fleraentina 
Bennett Edward, bookkeeper, dwl 23 Kearny 
Bennett Edwin S., bookkeeper with William E. 

Bridge, 212 Sutter 
Bennett Frederick, stevedore, dwl 5 Welsh 
Bennett George, mariner, bds 7 Wushington 
Bennett George C„ waiter, dwl 17 Louisa 
Bennett George W., dry goods, 104 Third, dwl 12 

Hubbard 
Bennett H. C, U. S. Pension Agent and secretary 

Chinese Protection Society, office 423 Washing- 
ton, dwl 1108 Clay 
Bennett Herbert, teacher music, dwl 907 Clay 
Bennett James, nurse City and County Alms House 
Bennett (James CJ Si. Co., (John Taylor J pro- 
prietors Pacific Glass Works, corner Iowa and 

Mariposa, office 514 Washington 
Bennett i-A.xi\&i,G., ( Bennett & Go. J dwl Iowa nr 

Mariposa 
Bennett James P., clerk, 528 Market, dwl 20 Mont 
Bennett John, carpenter, dwl 39 Jactson 
Bennett John, clerk, SW cor Hyde and California 
Bennett John, dockhand Dry 'Dock, dwl Hunter's 

Point 
Bennett Joseph, bootmaker with Thomas Miliary, 

dwl Pacific bet Kearny and Dupont 
Bennett Joseph, carpenter, dwl 536 Broadway 
Bennett Joseph, paperhanger, dwl 34 Minna 
Bennett Louis, jeweler with William Baehr & Co., 

dwl 235 Kearny 
Bennett Mary, South Park Laundry, .555 Bryant 



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Bennett Mary ]Mise, ass't teacher Shotwell Street 
Graiunmr School, dwl cor Folsora and Sixteenth 
Bennett Mary A., (widow) dwl Ns Lick nr First 
Bennett Maitbew,' shoemaker with ^larks & Ca- 

lisher 
Bennett Jlichael, shoemaker, 536 Jackson, dwl 421 

Bryant 
Bennett Aforris, laborer, dwl N n Bush ur Franklin 
BENNETT (Nalhaniel) & OWEN, (Jolin W.J 

attorneys at law, office 533 Kearny 
Bennett Nathaniel, (Bennett & Owen) dwl 821 

Howard 
Bennett (Jwen G., foreman sawmill, dwl 298j 

Clementina 
Bennett Peter B., fish, 31 and 32 Washington Mkt, 

dwl 731 Union 
BENNETT ROBERT H. & CO., commission mer- 
chants, 310 Davis, res (Jakland 
Bennett Samuel, farmer, dwl 133(5 Pacific 
Bennelt Smuuel, mining, dwl 230 Kearny 
Bemiett Thomas, barkeeper, 623 Davis 
BENNETT THOMAS, physician, office SE corner 
Montgomery and Sutter, and Dean and Profes- 
sor of Principles and Practice of Medicine To- 
laud Medical College, dwl 716 Pine 
Bennett W. H., printer, dwl 411 Sausom 
Bennett William, ass't engineer P. M. S. S. Con- 
stitution 
Bennett William, honse mover, dwl 54 First 
Bennett William, porter Knss House 
Bennett William, real estate, dwl 512 Sixth 
Bennett William, shipjoiner, S. Ass., 751 Market 
Bennett W. W., sashmaker with D. A. Macdouald 

& Co 
Benniug Henry, waiter NE cor Wash and Davis 
Benuing William, ironmolder, dwl 268 Jessie 
Benns C., laborer California Sugar Refinery, dwl 

Bryant nr Park 
Beurimo Henry, tobacco broker, dwl 531 Tehama 
Benrimo Joseph, weigher Custom House, dwl 745 

Clay 
Bensabot John, salesman 431 Mont, dwl 51 Jessie 
Beusell George A., carpenter, dwl corner Polk and 

Clay 
Bensemau A., carpenter, dwl 103 First 
Bensingineo D., bakery, E s Howard bet Twentieth 

and Twenty first 
BENSLEY JOHN, president Pacific Oil and Lead 

Works, office 3 Front, dwl 708 Missio* 
Benson Andrew, longshoreman, dwl W s Sansom 

bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Benson Benjamin, cook, bds 407 Drumm 
Benson Benjamin C., captain steamer Washington, 

dwl 1711 Leavenworth 
Benson B. F. M., clerk with S. J. Clarke Jr., dwl 25 

U. S. Court Building 
Benson Charles, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Benson Charles, seaman, dwl 132 Stewart 
Benson Charles A., captain schr Tolo, pier 2 Stew- 
art, dwl 546 Folsom 
Benson Elizabeth, (widow) nurse, dwl 356 Jessie 
Benson George Mrs., dwl 638 Market 
Benson Henrietta, (widow) bakery, SE comer Post 

and Jones 
Benson Heniy, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Benson Heniy, tailor, dwl .038 Howsu'd 
Benson Henry C. Rev., editor Advocate, office and 

dwl 711 Aliasion 
Benson James, drayman SE cor Clay and Drumm, 

dwl NW cor Ellis and Hy.le 
Benson James, Secretary Odd Fellows' Savings 
Bank, Odd Fellows' Hall, dwl W s Sixth bet 
Brannan and Townsend 
Benson James E., pressman with Bacon &, Co., dwl 

Sixth nr Brainian 
Benson John, real estate, dwl 708 Str)ckton 
Benson John, seaman, dwl 3-J Stewart 
Benson Louisa, (widow) furnished rooms, 411 Powell 
Benson Otis, dwl 411 Sansom 



Benson Richard, captain steamer Washington, office 

220 Clay 
Benson Simon, mariner, dwl SE cor Miss and Stew 
Benson Thomas, cook, 523 East 
Bent Charles, hatter with Blake &. Co., dwl 442 

Jlinna 
Bent Edward F., bookkeeper with Pope & Talbot, 

dwl 6.30 Howard 
Bent William, laborer with Mech. Mill &; M. Co., 

dwl Fremont bet Folsom and Howard 
Benter Charles, watchman S. F. Stock Brewery 
Beutham Henrv, machinist Union Iron Works', dwl 

8 Adelaide'Place 
Bentley Horace, (colored) bootblack with D. C. 

Lee, dwl 1006 Washington 
Bentley James, bootmaker with John Sullivan, dwl 

SE cor Dupont and Sutter 
Bentley Robert Rev., pastor Central Methodist 

Episcopal Church, N s Mission bet Sixth and 

Seventh, dwl 850 Jlission 
Benton (Alfred F.J & Co., (H. D. MentonJ wines 

and liquors, 512 Clay 
Benton Alfred F., (Benton & Co.) dwl 512 Clay 
Benton Helen JL, (widow) dwl E s Howard bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Benton Henrv A., medical electrician, office and 

dwl 314 Bush 
Benton J. Mrs., teacher drawing City Female Sem- 
inary, residence Oakland 
Benton J. A. Rev., pastor Second Congregational 

Church and principal Pacific Theolotfical Sem- 
inary, 407 Montgomery, dwl 1032 Pine 
Benton John, waiter C. S.Nav. Go's stin Yosemite 
Benton John C, watchman S. F. Stock Brewery, 

dwl 2 Banuam Place 
Bentz John H., painter with M. W. Allen &, Co 
Bentzeu C, shipwright, Ship. Asa., Barra's Hall 
Benz Charles, bootmaker. Ill Fifth 
Benz John, laborer with J. Martenstein & Co., dwl 

616 O'Farrell 
Benz John C, salesman with J. H. Kessing, dwl 

1414 Stockton 
Benz Margaret Miss, dressmaking and trimming, 

111 Fifth 
Benzine Nelse, longshoreman, dwl 26 Stewart 
Beppler John, market. SE cor Dupont and Filbert 
Bequette Derville, millwright, dwl 111 Stevenson 
Bequette P., dwl 228 Post ' 
Beian Emil, shoemaker, 1620 Powell 
Berand Alfred, laundryman, dwl 716 Vallejo 
Berand Edward, luundrymau, dwl 716 Vallejo 
Berard Felician. laundiV, 724 Filbert 
Berand Brothers, (Felix and Louis) bakers, 26 

Third 
Beraud Felix, ( Berand Brothers) dwl 26 Third 
Berauil Louis, (Berand Brothers) dwl 26 Third 
Berberich AUijust, baker with C. Burkhardt, dwl 

1216 Pacific 
Berberich Frank, dravman, dwl .521 Green 
Bercallarchi A., fruit, Wash. Market, dwl 9 Union PI 
Berde Jose, mariner, dwl NW cor Drumm and Ore 
Berdel George, coachman, 914 Stockton 
Berdsley James, farmer, dwl .5.52 Natoma 
Berel Jacob, second hand clothing, 743 Pacific 
Ueret Moses A., peddler, dwl N s Dupont Alley 
Bereita Peter, machinist Union Iron Works, dwl 

109 Jlinna 
Beretta William, collector, dwl 124 Seventh 
Berg Alexander, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Berg August, seaman, dwl 21 Sacramento 
Berg Carl F., physician and surgeon, office and dwl 

904 Kearny " 
Berg Charles, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Berg Edward, bookkeeper, dwl 614 California 
Berg Hector, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Berg Julius, shoemaker with George Specbt, dwl 5 

Berry 
Berg Maurice A., foreman with Nile & Darney, 
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Berg Peter, molder with John G. lis, dwl 535 

Howai-d, rear 
Bergjiuietti Charles, cook with C. Doscher, SE cor 

Kinj; aud Third 
Bergan John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Berge Enck O., groceries and liquors, XE cor Green 

and Calhomi 
Bergen Adrian, f Branch Sf B.J dwl SE cor Mont- 
gomery and Pacific 
Bergen Eliza, laundress Xew England Laundry 
Bergen John, assistant foreman with McAfee, Spiers 

& Co., dwl 511 Mission 
Bergen John, Liborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bergen. — See Bergin 
Bergentien Hannah Miss, dwl SW cor Sierra and 

Georgia 
Berger Abraham L., builder, dwl 111 Franklin 
Berger Julius, salesman with Edward Cohn, dsvl 

627 Clay 
Berger William, dwl 507 Mission 
Berger William, barkeeper Globe Hotel, dwl 637 

Pacific 
Berger William, feaman, bds 39 Jackson 
Bergerot J. A., vegetable garden NWcor Sixteenth 

and Ehode Island 
Bergerot John, teacher, dwl 738 Vallejo 
Berges Pierre, fj. Hirth Sf Co.) dwlNW cor Mont- 
gomery and Jackson 
Bergevin Louis, liquor saloon, 733 Pacific 
BERGGREX AUGUSTE, real estate, dwl 1111 

Stockton 
Berggreen George M., cabinetmaker with Ueffinger 

& Co., dwl Ss Broadway bet Dupontand Stock 
Bergham A., dwl Occidental"Hotel 
Berghanser's Building, W 8 Kearny bet Jackson 

and Pacific 
Berghofer Conrad, butcher, dwl .5J2 Folsom 
Bergholte William, beer cellar, SW cor Mission and 

Fourth, dwl 955 Howard 
Bergin .lames J., carriagemakerwith Pollard & Car- 

vill, dwl 517 Post 
Bergin James J., soap manufacturer, SE cor Powell 

and Green 
Bergin John, boilermaker, dwl 513 Mission 
Bergin John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bergin Michael, attorney at law, office 79 Montgom- i 

ery Block, dwl 1009' Powell I 

Bergin Patrick, cook, dwl 230 Stevenson 
Bergin Thomas I., f McAllisters Sf B.J attorney at [ 

law, office 528 California, dwl Rnss Honse i 

Bergin William, soap manufacturer with J. J. Ber- ' 

gin, dwl SE cor Powell aud Green 
Bergin. — See Bergen 
Bergk Conrad, laborer Pacific Brewery, dwl 271 

Tehama 
Berglund Xels, bootmaker with Frederick Jackson, 

dwl 10 Dupont, rear 
Bergman Frank, barkeeper 432 California, dwl SE 

cor California and Dupout 
Bergman Samuel, butcher with Leopold Miller, dwl 

331 Kearny 
Bergmann Jacob, bookkeeper, 21 Battery, dwl 919 

Stockton 
Bergner .1. Alfred, painter, 228 Mission 
Bergold Charles, r Midler & B.J dwl 739 Pine 
BERGSOX OLE, carpenter and builder. 111 Leid- 

esdorff, dwl X s Fultou bet Franklin and Goni,'h 
Beru:st fJ. E. L.J & Schultz, (Philip J hairdressers, 

928 Market 
Bergst J. E. L., (Ber^st Sf SchnltzJ dwl 5 Annie 
Bergstein Henry, (Bergstein & SonJ dwl SE cor 

Sixth and Folsom 
Bergstein (Louis) & Son, (Henry Bergsfeinjhools 

and shoes, 30S Sixth 
Bergsten Francis, seaman, dwl 24 Sacramento 
Bergstrom Clara Miss. seam8tre.ss with James W. 

Bumham &. Co., dwl Bemal Hitrhts 
Bergstrom John, organbuilder, dwl E s LundyLane 

nr Prospect Avenue Bemal Eights 



Bering John P., bookkeeper with H. T. Graves, 

dwl X 8 Chestnut nr JIasou 
Bering Wilson, plumber, dwl X 8 Chestnut bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Beriiiger Frank, fireman, dwl 617 Davis 
Berk Conrad, laborer, dwl 792 Folsom 
Berk Morris G., cigars and tobacco, 332 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 319 Bush 
Berka John, driver with Korbel & Brothers, dwl 

4.35 Brannan 
Berkeley Homestead Association, office 409 Cal 
Berkeley View Homestead Association, office 432 

Montgomery 
Berkowitz Mever, manufacturer cloaks, mantillas, 

etc., 1102 S'tockton, dwl 626 Filbert 
Berliner Abraham, tailor, 115 Geary 
Berliner Emil, teacher music, dwl 154 Clara 
Berliner Herman A., merchant, dwl 326 Minna 
Bermann H., cigarmaker, dwl 68 Everett 
Bermingham John, (RosenJ'eld <b B.) dwl 451 

Bryant 
Bermingham W. W., compositor Examiner, dwl SW 

cor Dupont and Washington 
Bermingham. — See Birmingham 
Bema Frederick, collector with A. D. Splivalo, dwl 

1715 Dupont 
Bernamayou Pierre, vegetable ranch, S 8 Holts 

Lane bet Dolores and Church 
Bernau Florence, job wagon, cor Bdwy and Davis 
Bernard Abraham, jeweler, dwl 519 Folsom 
Bernard Alexander, cook, dwl 262 Tehama 
Bernard Amos, contractor, dwl 639 Market 
Bernard Bernard, upholsterer with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl cor Mission and Sixteenth 
Bernard B., milk ranch, Harrison bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Bernard C. A., house and sign painter, 628 Com- 
mercial, dwl 741 Market 
Bernard C. F., furnished rooms, SW cor Jackson 

and Keamv 
BEEXARD CHARLES, coffee and spice manufac- 
turer, 707 Sansom, dwl 312 Oak 
Bernard Francis, carpenter and btiilder, dwl 1318 

Lark in 
Bernard Florence, express wagon, dwl 149 Shipley 
Bernard Francis, longshoreman, dwl 325 Vallejo 
Bernard Harris, hairdresser with Hermann Lewis, 

dwl 111 Pacific 
Bernard Isaac, variety store, N s Sixteenth bet Va- 
lencia and Mission 
Bernard John, shoemaker, dwl 664 Folsom 
Bernard Joseph Jesus, dwl SE cor Seventeenth and 

Church 
Bernard Julius, furniture, 1120 Stockton 
Bernard Louis, baker with W. J. Davis, dwl 23^ 

Second 
Bernard Michael D., shoemaker with George K. 

Porter, dwl W s Vincent nr Union 
Bernard Ros.sini, painter with Jules St. Denis 
Beraedett Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Beruer John, foreman with George D. Xagle 
BernerT., butcher, dwl 507 Mission 
Bernert John, messenger Chief Quartermaster, Div. 

Pacific, 206 Sutter, dwl 1117 Sutter 
Bernhamer Henry, ( Severencc <fc B.) dwl 1006 Clay 
Bernhard Bernhard, barber, dwl 215 Prospect Place 
Bernhard (Samuel H.) & Co., / JVilliam London) 

fruits and veiretables, 16 Occidental Market 
Bernhard Samuel H., (Bernhard & Co. J dwl 543 

Tehama 
Bernhardt Charles, barkeeper with Silas Selleck, 

Bav View Park 
BERXHEIM & EHREXPFORT, (FrederickJ 
(Hugo Rothschild J wholesale and mannfuc- 
turing confectioners, 408 Clay 
Bemheim Eeubeu, merchant, Santa Cruz Co., dwl 

106 Hyde 
Bemheim Sarah Mi-s., ladies' nurse, dwl 309 O'Far- 
rell 



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Bernis Riiilding, N a California bet Dupont and 

Ke:i 111 y 
Beriiis G.,"real estate, dwl fi2G California 
Beriiius Frederick, local policeuiaii, dwl N a Bran- 
nan bet First and Second 
Bernson Andrew, boatman, dwl SE cor Mission and 

Stewart 
Bernstein Abraham, peddler, dwl Rasette Place, 2 
Bernstein Bernhard. cigarmaker with William Sei- 

del, dwl 17i Fourth' 
Bernstein David, tailor, 779 Folsom 
Bernstein Elias, furniture dealer, 249 Third 
Bernstein George, florist, lOfi California Market, 

dwl 253 Minna 
Bernstein Henry, fur dealer, dwl 720 Folsom 
Bernstein Hermann, tailor, 807 Bryant 
Bernstein Joseph, carpet and furniture, 834 and 836 

JIarket 
Bernstein Juliu.s, furnishing goods, dwl 632 ]\Iarket 
Bernstein (Julius C.) & Ausorg, (Charles) furni- 
ture, 233 Third 
Bernstein Julius C, (Bernstein & Ansorg) dwl 17 

Clara 
Bernstein Louis, salesman, 1008 Stockton, dwl 21 

John 
Bernstein Max, furnishing goods, dwl 632 Market 
Bernstein M. C, furniture^ 837 Pai-ific 
Bernstein Solomon, drygoods, 1008 Stockton, dwl 

927 Jackson 
Bernzodt (Frank) & Co., (Hermann Wuslefeld) 

boot and shoemakers, 609 Post 
Berrad L., laundiyrnan, dwl 286 Stevenson 
BerresforU John, storekeeper Knss House 
Ben inn Andrew, collector, dwl 1016 Mission 
Beiiiri'^er Frank, liremau C. S. Nav. Co's stm 

iJeliiince 
Berrness Frederick. local policeman 
Berry Edward carriageniaker with Albert Folsom, 

dwl Ridley nr Valencia 
Berry Enoch, morticer with Cantrell, Dell & Co^ 

dwl 630 Mission 
Berry Fulton G., (of Berry & Sears, Treasure 

Ciiy, Nev.J dwl 516 Dupont 
Berrv George W., teamster with John S. Gibbs, 

dwl 1025 Harrison 
Berry Gideon M., clerk Recorders' Office, dwl 907 

Jackson 
Berry Henry W., miner, dwl 109 Montgomery 
Berry Horatio H., captain schooner II. L. Tiernan, 

pier 2 Stewart 
Berry Isaac, clerk, dwl 416 Greenwich 
Berry Isaac, (colored) whitewashing, 1 Second, dwl 

i Mrginia Place 
Berry James, carpenter, dwl 21 Frederick 
Berry James, driver Occidental Hotel coaches 
Berry John, (Griswold & B.J dwl SE cor Fourth 

and Bryant 
Berry John, baker with R. Stein, dwl 420 Third 
Berry John, carpenter, dwl 1238 Bush 
Berry .John D., carpenter, dwl 9 Leroy Place 
Berry Peter, dwl 638 Pacilic 
Berry Richard, boilerinaker, dwl 543 Howard 
Berry Robert, longshoreman, dwl 36 Stewart 
Berry Thomas, dwl 232 Stevenson 
Berry Thomas, carpenter Eniiiire Mills 
Berry W. D., pressman with J. C. Collins & Co., 

dwl 18 First 
Berry William, laborer with J. B.Kenip 
Berry William L., proprietor Berry House, 18 First 
BERRY (W. O. M.J <fe Vl.Xi^K, (J. F.) import- 
ers woolen and woodworking machinery, steam 

pumps, etc., 112 and 114 California 
Berrv VV. O. M., (Berry <fc PlaccJ dwl N s Turk 

tet Scott and Devisadero 
Berson A. & Son, (duslave BersonJ upholstery 

and carpets, 712 Washingtou 
Berson A. Mrs., Ia(indry,828 Washington 
Berson Adolph, (A. Berson <fc SonJ dwl 828 Wash 
Berson Gustav, (A. Berson Jj- tSonJ 828 Washington 



Berson Gnstave, clerk, dwl 828 Washington 
Berstin Fred., cigarmaker with E. Schwerin, dwl 

268 Silver 
Bert Bernlinrd, (Henry Schroder & Co. J res Bor- 
deaux, France 
Bert Frederick W., bookkeeper Morning Call, dwl 

W 8 .Shotwell bet Twentieth and Tweuty-tirst 
Bert. — See Burt 

Bertelli Peter, druggist, dwl 406 Vallejo 
Bertelsmiin Carl, upholsterer with H. llorstmaun & 

Co., dwl 1 St. Maiy 
Berthelot Charles L., porter with John Flanagan & 

Co., dwl .^10 Geary 
Berthier Albeit, drayman, 113 Front 
Berto Mary A., (widow) dwl N s Brannan bet First 

and Second 
Bertody Charles, physician, office and dwl 1005 

Stockton 
Bertold V. shipjoiner, Shipjoin. Ass., 7.51 Market 
BERTON FRANCIS, Consulate for Portugal and 

Switzerland, (and HenUch & B.J office SW 

cor Clay and Leidesdorff, dwl 835 Howard 
Bertoscky A. Bertseh, billiardmaker with Strahle & 

Hughes, dwl 352 Brannan 
Bertram Fritz, (Fortmann & Co. J dwl NW cor 

Howard and Stewart 
Bertram Tlieophilus, oysterman with Frank John- 
son, dwl 8i!6 Broadway 
Bertram Thomas, stoves aiid tinware, .303 Sixth, dwl 

W B Garden bet Harrison and Bryant 
Bertrand John B., bootmaker, 528 Pucilic 
Bertrand R., (widow) seamstress, dwl 22 Clarice 

Place 
Bertrand William, stonecutter with Bi-igbam & 

Hawes, dwl 413 Brunnau 
Bertrandias Alplionse, carpenter, dwl 605 Post 
Bertncci Louis, waiter with Giuseppe Cadenasso, 

515 Merchant 
Bertz Jacob, (Boldirin & B.J dwl 731 California 
Berwick Thomas, (Blakiston& B.JA\\\ 1914 Mason 
Berwin Henry, salesman with Morris Badt, dwl 

Tittel's Row 
Berwin Morris, (P. Beririn & Bra. J res New York 
Berwin P. & Bro., (Morris Bcrwinj importers and 

jobbers hats and caps, 106 Battery 
Berwin Pincus, (P. Berwin & £/o.ydwl 828 Post 
Besbec Martin, shoemaker with Marks & Calisher, 

dwl 14 Sumner 
Besby Henry, barkeeper with Barry & Patten, dw'l 

S s Grove bet Hayes and Frauulin 
Besby Martin, boot and shoemaker, dwl 38 Eddy 
Bescheinen Henry, watchmaker with P. A. (jfian- 

nini, dwl 832 Broadway 
Bescheinen William, watchmaker with Geo. C. 

Shreve & Co., dwl 832 Broadway 
Beschott' F., carpenter, dwl cor Greenwich and 

Stockton 
Bescliormann Augustus II., dwl 60 Everett 
Beschormann FredericaA., (Mrs. Jj' Mi.^s Beschor- 

mannj dwl 60 Everett 
Beschorman Mrs. & Miss, (Mrs. Frederica A. and 

Miss Matilda) milliners and millinery, 138 

Sutter 
Beschormann Matilda, (Mrs. & Miss Beschor- 

mannj dwl 60 Everett 
Beschormann Otto, upholsterer with W. J. Stringer 

&. Co., 315 Pine 
Bescopp Lewis, gardener, Old San Jo8<5 Road nr 

Industrial Selioi)! 
Besse J. Henry, draughtsman with Thomas Turn- 
bull, dwl 1018 Jones 
Besse J. ()., salesman, 633 Clay, dwl 1008 Jones 
Besse Samuel H., painter, dwl 21 Rausch 
Bessemer France.^ Madame, perfumer, dwl 14 Mary 
Bessemer Henry L., chemist and perfumer, 14 Mary 
Bessey Albion P., drayman, 333 Pine, dwl 41 Secoml 
Bessey R. W.'Mrs., fancy goods and children's 

clothing, 41 J Second 
Besson Auguste, cook, dwl E s Margaret Place 



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Besson Felix, waiter, 530 Merchant 
Besson Gustave, cook, 530 Merchant 
Best & Belcher S. M. Co., fl 



Nevada) of- 



509 



Uiam (Beige Sf Spiridione ) dwl 43 Sac 
iward, shoemaker, dwl 740 Vallejo 



; & Helclier S. M. t-o., ( Virsiima, i\ev' 

fice NE cor Montgomery and California 
Best Jas. R., shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hii 
Best John, fjohnxon & B.) dwl 918Jnck8on 
Best John T., clerk with K. S. Williamson. 

Kearny 
Best William, house painter, E. H. L., Dashaway 

Hall 
Best William, stair builder with B. H. Freeman, 

dwl 144 Natonia 
Bester John H.. barkeeper, dwl New Atlantic Hotel 
Besthorn Hermann, dwl 911 Greenwich 
BESTOR HENRY T., architect otiice 302 Mont- 
gomery 
Betbanner" Robert, carpenter with James Weir, dwl 

Montgomery House, Mission nr Thiid 
Betbeze Anguste, saddler and harne.ssmaker, 639 

Broadway, dwl E s Margaret Place 
BETGE ROBERT J., importing bookseller and 

stationer, 217 Montuoniery, dwl 514 Taylor 
Betge ( William) &. Spiridione f Marco) coffee sa- 
loon, 43 Sacramento 
Betge Will 
Betger Ed 

Beth Adolph, waiter, 520 California 
Bethel Thomas, melf.er with Thompson Bros., dwl 75 

Minna 
Betkowski Peter, express wagon, NW cor jMont- 

gomery and Bush, dwl 23 Silver, rear 
Bets Felix' W., carpenter, dwl 28^ Freelon 
Betshard Anton, cabinetmaker with Palmer & Co., 

dwl Eleventh bet Market and Mission 
Betson John, barkeeper with Kelly & Sullivan, dwl 

177 Minna 
Betsse Joseph, shoemaker. Market, dwl E s Ohio nr 

Broadway 
Bett Adolph, with Saulmauns& Lauenstein, dwl 6-i5 

Commercial 
Betten Henry, dwl 52 Shipley 
Bettifino Baptiste, waiter, .'520 California, dwl 417 

Sutter 
Bettis William R., Stockton messenger Pacific Union 

Express Company, dwl 331 JNIontgomery 
Bettman James, longshoreman, dwl S s Lombard 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Bettman Leopold, porter, 108 Battery 
Bettman Moses, soap manufacturer, 311 Commercial, 

dwl 1028 Clay 
Betts C, laborer California Sugar Refinery 
Betts William M., carriage-spriiigmaker, SW cor 

Fifth and Market, dwl 30 Moss 
Betz Charles, brewer, Philadelphia Brewery 
Betz John, cigarmaker, bds 423 Bush 
Betz Peter, carpenter. House C. League, 25 Post 
Betzel Louis, manufacturer boys' clothing, 308 Cali- 
fornia, dwl 607 Post 
Betzold Jack, market, SW cor Seventh and Bryant 
Beuchel John, tailor, 1705 Mason 
Beutler John B., professor music, dwl 762 Mission 
Bevans F., barkeeper, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Bevans Isaac 'Mrs., (widow) dwl 1800 Stockton 
Bevans Thomas P., druggist, dwl S a Vallejo bet 

Hyde and Larkiu 
Be veil Richard M., purser with Pac. M. S. S. Co., 

dwl 27 Park Avenue 
Beven John J., laborer, dwl 238 Perry 
Beveridge Horatio, clerk with Falkner, Bell &Co., 

dwl 1517 Mason 
Beverlaad William, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Beverly John, boi^lermaker S. F. & San Jos^ R. R 
Beversen Carsten, clerk, 570 Mission 
Beversen Charles, groceries and liquors, 570 Miss 
Bevier Conrad, carpenter, dwl Adams House 
Bevin John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bevius William M., printer, dwl SVV cor Webster 

and Tyler 



Beyea James L, cashier with Goddard & Co., dwl 

4 Vernon Place 
Bej'er George, baker with E. W. Gunther, dwl 1129 

Dupont 
Beyer Robert W., drayman, SW cor Washington 

and Davis 
Beyer Louis, barber, dwl 625 Vallejo 
Beyerle Christian, blacksmith with John R. Sims, 

dwl SW cor Jones and Post 
Beyersdoif Louis, barkeeper Bank Exchange, dwl 

1000 Pacittc 
Bezzini Daniele, cook with G. Campi &. Co., 519 

Clay 
Bianchi A., stonecutter. Stone Cut. Ass., 751 Market 
Bianchi Cliarles, (Gampodonico S,- Co.) dwl 522 

Stevenson 
Bianchi G., waiter with G. Campi & Co., 519 Clay 
Bianchi G. Battista, with Brignardello, Macchia- 

vello &. Co., dwl 8 Pollard Place 
Bianchi Jos., carpenter, dwl 9 Union Place 
Bianchi Peter, carpenter, dwl 8 Polk Lane 
Bianchini Amedeo, with Brignardello, Macchiavello 

& Co., dwl 321 Green 
Biantz Karl, waiter Nucleus Hotel 
Bibb John S., carpenter, dwl S s Twentieth bet Fol- 

som and Howard 
Bibb S., physician, dwl 737 Howard 
Bibbius Tracy L., homestead secretary and real es- 
tate agent, office 235 Kearny, dwi 218 Prospect 

Place 
Bibend C, dwl W s Twelfth bet Folsom and How 
Bibo Isaac, blacksmith with Dupuy & Co., dwl 

Vallejo bet Kearny and Montgomery 
Bichard Elisha, lumberman, dwl 302 Fi'emont 
Bichard Nicholas, importer anchors, chains, etc., 

209 Stewart, pier 15, dwl 365 Fir.'^t 
BICHARD THOMAS, miner, dwl 302 Fremont 
Bick John, shoemaker, dwl 909 Kearny 
Bick Louis, tailor, dwl 909 Kearny 
Bickel Conrad, real estate, dwl N s Huight nr Octa- 

via 
Bickel George, cook, 110 Sutter, dwl 912 Folsom 
Bickers John, porter with Ralston & Cottrell, SW 

cor Washington and Sansorn 
Bickford A. W.. driver S. F. Package Express, dwl 

427 Sutter ' 
Bickford Chauncey A., mariner, dwl SW cor Pacific 

and Davis 
Bickley David, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bickman Joseph, hostler with H. Bokmann, dwl 320 

Broadway 
Bicknell Freeman, wireworker A. S. Hallidie & Co 
Bicknell James, waiter, dwl 1908 Powell 
Biddell M;iry K. Miss, teacher music, dwl 830 How 
Bidden Philip, cattle dealer, dwl 830 Howard 
Biddolph James, machinist with Palmer, Knox & 

Co., and furnished rooms, 619 Mission 
Bidinger William, shoemaker, 503 Bush, dwl 612 

Powell 
Bidlemau A. L. P. Mrs., secretary Female Depart- 
ment Cal Labor Exchange, dwl 1015 Stockton 
Bidlemau Enoch, dwl 742 Wasliington 
Bidleman J. B., broker, office 605 Montgomery, dwl 

742 Washington 
Bidlemau William A., clerk with E. Martin & Co., 

dwl W s Ninth bet Folsom and Harrison 
Bidore Jean, laborer, 531 Com, dwl Tyson Place 
Biedeman Charles, clerk, SE cor Moiit and Bush 
Biedenbach August, wines and liquors, NE cor 

Third and Mission, dwl 248 Minna 
Biedenburg August, musician, dwl 1518 Powell 
Biedermaii Charles, druggist, dwl 135 Kearny 
Biedert Albert, musician, California Theater, dwl 6 

St. Mary Place 
Biegle George, clerk with Schlueter & Volberg, 

dwl 709 Howard 
Biehaven H., cabinetmaker, dwl 507 Mission 
Biehl Julias, clerk with G. O'Hara TaafTe, 224 

Sansorn 



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Bielawgki Capimir. draftsman Surveyor-General's 
office, dwi -lAi Stevenson 

Bielske Max. clerk with Jacobv, Roberts <fe Co. , 
dwllOia Stockton 

Bien Joseph, inacliinist and locksmith, 303 Battery, 
dwl 714 Larkiu 

Bieneiifeld Eliiis, fancy goods, 12-29 Stockton 

Bierbrauer Carl, laborer with Erzgraber & Goet- 
jeii, dwl l.il'J Powell 

Bierlirauer John, cabinetmaker with N. P. Cole & 
Co., dwl 834 Vallejo 

Biene Ambrose G., editor S. F. News Letter, dwl 
Rus< House 

Bierce F. A., clerk with Pope & Talbot, dwl 3i>4 
Beale 

Bieriiianu Henry, clerk with Joseph Galinger, dwl 
SW cor Eddy and Jones 

Bierschwale fCh/irlexj & Brareus, (Frederick) cslt - 
penteis, 731 Jlission 

Biesta Federico, editor and proprietor L'Eco Delia 
Patria, office 41.5 Washington 

Bigelow C. P., bricklayer. Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 751 
Market 

Bigelow Daniel, machinist Vulcan Iron Works, 
dwl Ritter bet Seventh and Eighth 

Bigelow Edward, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 
7.51 Market 

Bigelow Elijah, real estate, office 419 Front, resi- 
dence Oakland 

Bigelow Fnincis H., draughtsman with H. M. Rob- 
ert, 417 Kearny, dwl Bootz Hotel 

Bigelow Henry H., general Agent Pacific Insur- 
ance Co., resides Oakland 

Bigelow John, bricklayer, Brick. Pro. Ass., 751 
Market 

Bigelow Jonathan E., local agent Pacific Insur- 
ance Co., dwl 609 Sutter 

Bigelow Louis, driver City Railroad, dwl 421 Clem 

Bigelow T. B., real estate, office 419 Front, resi- 
dence Oakland 

Biggar Alexander, steward P. M. S. S. Golden 
City, dwl SW cor Sixth and Bryant 

Bigger Alexander, cabinetmaker with W. J. T. 
Palmer & Co., dwl 317 Bush 

Biggey Terence, laborer, dwl N 8 O'Farrellbet 
Devisadero and Broderick 

Biggi Philip, photographic printer with C. E. W'at- 
kins, 429 Montgomery 

Biggs A. R., merchant, dwl NE cor Geary and Polk 

Biggs H. H., carpenter, H. C. League. 2.0 Post 

Biggs Jesse E., carpenter Empire Mills, dwl 337 
Jessie 

Biggs .John Edward, Flume House, E s San Bruno 
Road bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh 

Biggs Thomas, laborer, S. F. Gas Co 

Bigler John, restaurant, dwl 2 Clara Lane 

BIGLEY BROTHERS, (John and Daniel) grocer- 
ies 12SCla7 

Bigley Catharine, (widow) furnished rooms 1023 
Market 

Bigley Daniel, (Bifcley Bros.) dwl 1028 Market 

Bigley George, clerk with Bigley Bros., dwl 1028 
Market 

Bigley John, (Bi"hy Bros.) dwl 707 Larkin 

Bigley Thomas, shipwright, sparmaker, and calker, 
34 Market, dwl 832 Mission 

Bignotti Giacomo, farmer. Ocean House flat near 
Ocean House 

Bigot G. E., compositor Abend Post, dwl 419 Sutter 

Bigwood Job, (S'ewsham 4* B.J dwl King bet Sec- 
ond and Third 

Bigwood Joseph, blacksmith, dwl Ws Columbia bet 
Twenty-litth and Twenty sixth 

Bilay Anthony F., clerk w'ith Eberhart Si, Lach- 
inan, dwl 3 Ridiejr 

Bilfinger August, carrier Guide and usher Maguire's 
Opera House, dwl 1116 Dupont 

Bilfmger Mary, (widow) dressmaker, dwl 1116 
Dupont 



Bill Conrad, beer saloon, 1113 Dupont 

Bill Conrad, upholsterer with J. Schreiber, dwl 637 

Broadway 
Bill George,' cook New Alaska Hotel, dwl Polk 

Lane 
Bill Philip, dwl 29 Ritch 

Billinghurst Rav, saloonkeeper, dwl 107 Leidesdorff 
Billings ( David R.) & Kavauagh, (James) grocers, 

423 Third 
Billinjis David R., (Billings & Kavanagh) dwl 

113 Perry 
Billings E. P., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Billings Frederick, real estate, office 43 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Billings George E., clerk with A. Roman & Co., 

dwl 1516 Broadway 
Billings H. A. Mrs., dwl 215 Kearny 
Billings John F., carpenter, dwl 1516 Broadway 
Billingsbv John, hostler, dwl 923 Sutter 
Billiss J.' dwl 737 Howard 
Bilty Theodore G., dwl 1202 Powell 
Binckley Homer, painter, dwl .506 Post 
Binder Adolph, paperbuxmaker, dwl comer Mont- 
gomery ami Broadway 
Binder Albert E., confectioner with Bernheim & 

Ehrenpfort, dwl corner Broadway and .Mont 
Binder George J., bookkeeper with Christian 

Schreiber & Co., dwl 712 C:ilifornia 
Bine Solomon, (Mansbach & B.) dwl 51 Second 
Biuet Francois, laborer with Clerc & Co., dwl 1113 

Dupont 
Bingenheimer Christopher, cooperage, 21 Drumm 
Bingham A. W., printer, dwl 26 Jliuna 
Bingham C. B., housepainter, E. H. L., Dashawav 

Hall 
Bingham Frederick, mariner, dwl 617 Davis 
Bingham M. L , carpenter, H. C. League. 25 Post 
Bingham William J., printer Eureka Typo. Rooms, 

539 Washington 
Binkworth Robert, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. 

Association, 751 Market" 
Binn Thomas, laborer, dwl 25 Rincon Place 
Binswauger Lewis, gents' furnishing goods, 109 

Kearny dwl 1816 Mason 
Birbe Henry C, groceries and liquors, NE cor Po- 

trero Avenue and El Dorado 
Birch Ann, (widow) dwl 945 Folsom 
Birch Charles, laborer, dwl N s Oregon bet Davis 

and Drumm 
Birch Marv Miss, seamstress with E. C. Kennedy, 

215 Bush 
Birch Samuel, gardener, dwl S s Seventeenth bet 

Dolores and Church 
Birch William, carpenter California Mills, dwl 945 

Folsom 
Birch William Mrs., teacher music, dwl 913 Sac 
Birch William A., clerk with F. A. Rouleau, dwl 

913 Sacramento 
Birch William H.. machinist Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 641 Market 
Bird Ann S., (widow) dwl 1207 Bush 
Bird George, silversmith, dwl 715 Stockton 
liiid Herbert, special agent and adjuster Phoenix 

and Home Insurance Cos., dwl Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Bird J. W., recording secretary Bricklayers' Pro- 
tective Association, 751 Market 
Bird Lawrence, liricklayer, 15. P. Ass., 751 Market 
Bird Margaret, (widow) laundress, dwl 439 Clem- 
entina 
Bird M. F., bricklayer, B. Pro Ass.. 751 Market 
BIRD MORTIERE., groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Eddy and Leavenworth 
Bird Nelson J., jiliysician and surgeon, office 235 

Kearny, dwl 420 Leavenworth 
Bird Patrick, laborer, dwl 504 Taylor 
Bird Robert S., jeweler with Henry A. Cailender, 

dwl 315 Montgomery 
Bird William, tailor, dwl 1018 Clay 



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Birdsall Elias Rev., pastor Trinity Church, dwl 613 

Stockton 
Bivdsall George, barkeeper, dwl 546 Bryant 
Birdsall George, wines and liquors, 526 Third, dwl 

43 Stanly Place 
Birdsall George .Tr., clerk, dwl 546 Bryant 
Birdsall George W., local policeman, dwl 514 Third 
Birdsall Jonathan, teamster, dwl S s Ash nr Polk 
Birdsall Zephaniah, driver with Wells, Fargo & Co., 

dwl 920 Clay 
Birdsall. — See Burtsell 
Birdseye John C, cashier U. S. Treasurer, dwl St. 

James House cor Market and Stockton 
Birge James J., dentist, oflice and dwl 410 Kearny 
Birger Gabriel, architect, dwl NW cor Hickory Ave- 
nue and Franklin 
Birgle Charles, tanner, Texas bet Sixteenth and 

Santa Claia 
Birkenboch T., tanner, dwl .507 Mission 
Birkmaver George L., bookkeeper with Kohler, 
Chase & Co., dwl E s Howard bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Birmingham Michael, shoemaker with Kowalsky & 

Co!, dwl Everett ur Third 
Birmingham Thomas, machinist, dwl 111 Eighth 
Birmingham. — S§e Bermingham 
Biron Hynian, physician, office and dwl 16 St. 

Mary Place 
Birrell Andrew, treasurer Metropolitan Theater, dwl 

NE cor Green and Powell 
Bisagno Brothers, (Louis and BartolomeoJ import- 
ers and jobbers hardware, crockery, cutlery, 
etc., 4'20 Battery 
Bisagno Bartolomeo, (Bisagno Brothers) res Chia- 

vari, Italy 
Bisagno Louis, (Bisagno Brothers) dwl 924 Pacific 
Bischotf A., clerk, dwl New Atlantic Hotel 
Bischoff Diedrich, clerk, dwl SW cor Bush and 

Taylor 
Bischott' Henry, clerk with Hany Wilkins, dwl W 

s Larkin nr Turk 
Bischoff John, clerk with William Wilkins, dwl 225 

Sutter 
BISHOP AMASA W., attorney at law, office 402 

Montgomery, dwl 1209 Clay 
Bishop Benjamin F., gold cliainmaker with Job M. 

Seanians & Co., dwl 126 Kearny 
Bishop Charles, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bishop D. M., compositor Guide, dwl 915 Mont 
Bishop Edgar, real estate agent, office 411 Mont- 
gomery 
Bishop Gurdon, stonecutter, dwl W s Florence bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
BISHOP HENRY. liquJr saloon NW cor Clay and 

East, dwl 225 Chestnut 
Bishop J. H., carpenter. House C. League, 25 Post 
Bishop N. G., carpenter, House C. League, 25 Post 
Bishop Oliver H., diayman with Hanson & Moore, 

dwl 1156 Folsom 
Bishop Peter, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Bishop Ransom B., mechitnic San Jose Railroad, 

dwl S s Sixteenth bet Folsoni and Howard 
Bishop Richard, stonecutter, dwl 421 Vallejo 
BISHOP /^7Viowr/.s£.; & GERALD, (D. F.; attor- 
neys at law, office 1 , 2 and 3 Montgomery Block 
Bishop Thomas B., (Bishop Sf Gerald) dwl 236 

Second 
Bishop William, teamster, dwl 435 Fifth 
Bishop William C, stage carpenter Alhambra The- 
ater, dwl 317 Bush 
Bismier Frederick, drayman, dwl 714 O'Farrell 
Biesell John, driver Central R. R 
Bisset Andrew, stonecutter, dwl 1021 Sutter 
Bissitt H. N., shipwright, Ship Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bitancurte J. John, laborer, dwl 117 Clark 
Biter John, bookkeeper with Emil Frese, dwl 712 

Sutter 
Biter William, assistant druggist City and County 
Hospital, SW cor Stockton and Francisco 



Bither George W., physician, office and dwl 631 

Sacramento 
Bitro Louise Miss, actress, dwl 507 Mission 
BITTER (William) & BECKER, (O. F.) propri- 
etors Prescott House, SW cor Pacific and Kearnv 
Bitter William, (Bitter & Decker) dwl Prescott 

House 
Bitterman Charles, wood and coal, cor Twenty- 
second and Folsom 
Bitzer John, dwl 10 Gardner Alley 
Bivens Samuel, (colored) porter Custom House, dwl 

16 Scott Place 
Bivian August, florist St. Ann's Garden, dwl 121 

Sixth 
Bixby Llewellyn, (Perkins, Flint Sf Co.) res San 

Juan, Cal 
Bixby. — See Byxhy 

Bixio Joseph Rev., S. J., pi-ofessor St. Ignatius Col- 
lege, 841 Market 
Biyress Godfrey, picture-franiemaker with S. & G. 

Gump, dwi Piescott House 
Bizina James, clerk with John Cammet, dwl 707 

Vallejo 
Bjerke Ji. T., fresco and caustic painter, 320 Fifth 
Bjerremark Charles, salesman with Fenkhanseu <fc 

Gerichten, dwl Seigfried's Hotel 
Bjorkman Ellen, (widow) dwl 930 Harrison 
Bjornschon Martin, cellarinan with Eberhart & 

Lachman, dwl William Tell House 
Blach Charles, physician, office 514 Kearny, dwl 631 

Post 
Black Adam, shoemaker, dwl 1209 Mission 
Black Alexander, longshoreman, dwl 36 Everett 
Black Alexander, longshorenjan, dwl 270 First 
Black Alexander, plumber, dwl 719 Howard 
Black Amanda F. Mrs., furnished rooms, 631 Sac 
Black Charles, baker, dwl Brooks nr Geary 
Black Charles, extraman Hose No. 1, S. F. F. D., 

dwl Hose House N s Jackson nr Davis 
BLACK DIAMOND COAL CO., P. B. Cornwall 

agent. Spear bet Folsom and Harrison 
Black Diamond S. M. Co., ( White Pine) office 37 

Merchants' Exchange 
Black George, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 751 

Market 
Black George, civil engineer, office 622 Clay, dwl 

N 8 Eddv nr Devisadero 
BLACK (Henri/ M.) &. MILLER (David D.) im- 
porters and carriatfe and coach manufacturers, 
1120 and 1122MaVket 
Black Henry M., (Black if Miller) dwl 14 Russ 
Black Jane Miss, dwl 204 Minna 
Black John, dwl 548 Folsom 
Black John, driver Market Street R. R 
Black John, helper Risdon Iron Works 
Black John, longshoreman, dwl 327 Beale 
Black John, restaurant, 1208 Dupont 
Black John, spinner Pacific Woolen Mills, dwl E s 

Florida bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Black John C, captain bark Carlotta, dwl 238 

Stewart 
Black John W., collector with Thomas H. Selbv &, 

Co., dwl 707 Stockton 
Black Joseph, blacksmith, NE cor Humboldt and 

Kentucky, dwl 663 Howard 
Black Norman, broommaker with Samuel P. Tay- 
lor, dwl 519 Mission 
Black P. K., shipjoiner, Shipjoiners's Ass.,751 Mar 
Black Richard, carpenter, dwl 441 Sixth 
Black Robert, artist, dwl S s Alabama nr Twenty- 
fifth 
Black Robert Jr., carpenter, dwl 221 Dupont 
Black Robert M., (Holcombe, Love Sf 5.) dwl Lick 

House 
Black (William) &, Mulaney (John) marble 

works, 807 Market 
Black William, (Black & Mulaney) dwl 543 Stev 
Black William, shipwright, Ship Ass., Barra's Hall 
Black William K., carpenter, dwl 663 Howard 



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'[i]ack C IVilliam W.J & Affuayo (Antonio) Ken- 

tnokv Siiles Stable, NW cor Ohio and Pacific 
Black William W.. ( Hhick & Aguayo) dwl NW 

cor Ohio and Pacific 
Blackl)nrn Catherine j'^Ir?., dwl BOG Minna 
Blackburn Isaac, book atrent with H. H. Bancroft 

&. Co., dwl SE cor Eddy and Muson 
Blackburn Richard T., cominiBsion merchant, office 

4J9 Battery 
Blackiiigton A.", carpenter, dwl cor Sutter and Dnp 
Blacknian Cassius H., clerk with Wilmerding &. 

Kellou:jr, dwl 549 Folsom 
Blackiiian'M. J., stoves and tinware, 1110 Dupont, 

dwl 73."j Harrison 
Blackman WiUiam H., cook 113 Leidesdorff, dwl 

Dnin.' Lane 
Blackstone Francis, captain bark Powhattan, pier 

12 Stewart 
Blackwell John, cook with P. F. Tripp, Eclipse 

Restaurant, dwl 342 Tehama 
Blackwell William E., teamster with Holmes & 

Smith, 14 Spear 
BLACKWOOD WILLIAM, commission merchant, 

otiice room 13 SW cor California and Davis, 

dwl NW cor Bryant and Oak Grove Avenue 
Blaikie Andrew, di'aftsman, dwl 206 Kearny 
Blaikie James L., real estate agent, 507 Montgom 

ery, dwl 121 Prospect Place 
Blain George, shipjoiner, dwl 236 Fifth 
Blain Rodman P., bookkeeper with Joseph Bassett, 

dwl NE cor Leavenworth and Sacramento 
Blair Chauncey S., patternmaker Risdon Iron 

Works, dwr54S Folsom 
Blair David B., (Macfarlune, B. & Co.y dwl Union 

Club 
Blair Jas. C, soap manufacturer, W s Zoe nr Bryant 
Blair J. B., cabinetmaker with Christian Schreiber 

&. Co., dwl 636 Commercial 
Blair Lafayette. (H. M. Beers Sf Co.) dwl 319 Bush 
Blair (M.) & Co., (D. K. Townsend) wholesale 

and retail hay and grain market, opposite San 

Jo86 depot 
Blair Mathew, (Blair Sf Co.) dwl N s Haight bet 

Octavia and Gough 
Blair Phineas S., varnisher with John A. Shaber, 

dwl 5 Stockton 
Blair Robert, "apprentice Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

Zoe bet Bryant and Welsh 
Blair Samuel, captain ship Commodore, office pier 

10 Stewart, dwl 47 Tehama 
BLAIR THOMAS M., sergeant at-arms S. F. Stock 

and Exchange Board, and agent Pacific Halls, 

dwl 439 Bush 
Blaisdell George E., clerk Western Union Tele- 
graph Co., dwl Broadway bet Polk and Van 

Ne^s Avenue 
Blaisdell Jay P., ladies' bootmaker, 13 Morton 
Blaisdell J. L., quartermaster P.M.S.S. Golden City 
Blaisdell.— See Blasdell 
Blaize Anthony, barkeeper with John Black, dwl 

1208 Dupout 
Blake Benjamin, housemover and extraman steamer 

No. 3, S. F. F. D., dwl engine house 8 a Sutter 

nr Jones 
BLAKE (Calvin T.) & CO.. (George W.) halters 

and miiitarv goods, 524 Montgomery 
Blake Calvin '£.,( Blake & Co.) dwl 9 Calhoun 
Blake Charles, teamster with R. &. J. Morton, dwl 

3 I>ikeman Place 
Blake Charles E., dentist, office 645 Clay 
Blake Charles W., laborer, dwl 507 Mis'sion 
Blake Edward, teamster with A. C. Hichborn, dwl 

322 Ritch 
Blake Elizabeth, (widow) fruits, dwl 400 Post 
Blake Elizabeth, (widow) dwl 121 Sliiplev 
BLAKE, (Francis) ROBBINS ( Ctiarlcx F.) Si, 

CO., (James MofJiU and James W. Towne) im- 
porters and jobbers book, news, writing, and 

wrapping papere, 516 Sacramento 



Blake Francis, (Blake, Robbing Sf Co.) res Oak- 
land 

Blake George, cook, dwl 917 Washington 

Blake George H., (colored) cook, 127 Jlontgomery 

Blake George H., salesman with Stone &. Hayden, 
dwl 1308 Powell 

Blake George 5L, bookkeeper with Hay ward &, 
Coleman, dwl 328 Minna 

BLAKE GEORGE W..real estate agent, office 332 
Montgomery, (and Blake & Co.) dwl 617 Mason 

Blake ( Hansin A.) &• Elliott, (Albert) whitewash- 
ing, 808 Market 

Blake Henry C. & Co., real estate agents, office 415 
Montgomery 

Blake Henry C", (Henry C. Blake Sf Co.^ resides 
Encinal", Alameda 

BLAKE H. H &- CO., general agents Continental 
Life Insurance Co., otiice 302 Montgomery 

Blake Henry H., (H. H. Blake Sf Co.) dw'l 118 
Eddy 

Blake James, laborer, dwl 142 Clara 

Blake James, physician and professor obstetrics To- 
land Medical College, office and dwl 202 Bush 

Blake James, porter Occidental Hotel 

Blake James, sailmaker with C. Powers, dwl 110 
Virginia 

Blake John, bootmaker, 931 Folsom- 

Blake John, bricklayer, Bricklayers Pro. Ass. 751 
Market 

]51ake John, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 

Blake John, merchant tailor, dwl 417 Suiter 

Blake John, hostler with James G. Scovern, dwl 
739 Market 

Blake John C, dwl 118 Eddy 

Blake John J., clerk with W. A. H. Godfrey, dwl 
120 Geary 

Blake John R., (colored) porter with Albert Whip- 
ple, dwl 914 Pacific 

Blake Maurice B., law student with Maurice C. 
Blake, 637 Kearny, dwl 528 Pine 

BLAKE MAURICE C, attorney at law, office 637 
Kearny, dwl Dorland bet Sanchez and Noe 

Blake Michael, coachman with D. D. Colton, dwl 
SE cor Pine and M;ison 

Blake Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 

Blake M. J. Mrs., nurse, dwl I Leioy Place 

Blake Nicholas, teamster, dwl 267 Stevenson 

Blake P. H., local policeman, dwl Point Lobos Road 
nr Cemetery Avenue 

BLAKE PHILIP HENRY, real estate agent, office 
18 Stevenson's Building, dwl 308 Lombaid 

Blake Sumner C, stationery, 707 Montgomery, dwl 
1502 Leavenworth 

Blake Theodore A., (Goodyear & B.) dwl 10 Mer- 
cantile Library Building 

Blake William H., (colored) barber, 507 Commer- 
cial, dwl 1023 Pacific 

Blake William L., painter, dwl 24 Langton 

Blakeley Francis, carpenter, dwl 109 I'owell 

Blakeley John, laborer S. F. Gas Co., dwl 159 
JNIinna 

Blakeley Samuel, raolder, dwl 51 Shipley 

Blakely Calvin, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 

Blakely Samuel, laborer S. V. Water Works 

Blakely William H., express wagon, NE cor Bat- 
tery and Merchant, dwl 56 Shipley 

Blakey John, pressman with J. A. T. Overend,dwl 
NE cor llmckley and Pinckney 

Blakie R. T., shipjoiner, Ship. Ass., 751 JIarket 

Blakislon (John S.) & Berwick, (Thomas) sail- 
makers, 6 Clay 

Blakiston John '&.',( Blakiston & Berwick) dwl cor 
Kearny and Sutter 

Blanc Alexander, real estate, dwl NW cor Battery 
and Pacific 

Blanc Calixte, laundry, 11 Virginia 

Bliinc Mary Airs., dwl 272 .JcH^ie 

Blanc Morice, French laundry, 293 Clemeutina 

Blanc Paul, dwl 520 Merchant 



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Blanc Stewart, bootmaker, 705 Battery, dwl 517 

Teliama 
Blanch Bernard, coachmaker, dwl 615 Mission 
Biauch.ird Alexander, cor Market and Sacramento, 

dwl 32 Stewart 
Blanchard Au^nstine, baker, dwl 619 Vallejo 
Blanchard David, laborer, dwl 122 William 
Blanchard Frank, coachman with A. J. Pope, dwl 

614 Folsoni 
Blanchard Frank H., ticket clerk P. M. S. S. Co., 

dwl 1027 Hvde 
Blanchard Henry P., f Williams, B. Sj- Co.) dwl 

Union Club 
Blanchard John J., carpenter and builder, dwl 630 

Pacitic 
Blanchard Jules, hardware, 26 Third 
Blanchard Lott. messenger C. H., dwl 1027 Hyde 
Blanchard Louis, waiter .509 Wash, dw 1615 DupOut 
BLANCHARD ^V. \V.) & CO., fJohn Dibble. J. 

L. Gould, and G. B. Hobbsj Eureka Hair Co., 

573 Mission 
Blanchard N. W., (Eureka Hair Co.) res Dutch 

Flat, Placer Co 
Blanchet Henry, tailor, dwl 539 Vallejo 

Blanchard '-, dwl 405 Kearny 

Blanciiette f Louis) & Lucier, {Joseph) boots and 

shoes, SE cor Mission and Sixth 
Blanchette Louis, ( Blanchette & Lucier) dwl 33 

Sixth 
Blanehfield Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Oak near 

Gough 
BLANCKAERT VICTOR J., wines and liquors, 

911 Duponi, dwl 824 Washington 
Blanekardt Theodore A., U. S. Quartermaster's 

clerk, dwl 68 Minna 
Blanckeuburg Theodore, bookkeeper with Elam 

& Howes, dwl 919 Jackson 
Bland Edward, gardener, dwl 46 Silver 
Blandford Charles, machinist, dwl 411 Pacitic 
Blanding Edward J., (Phelps Sr B.) dwl Capp bet 

Twenty-tifth and Twenty-sixih 
Blanding Lewis, Rssaver, dwl Russ House 
BLANDING WILLIAM, attorney at law, office 

535 Clay, res Oakland 
Blane George, carpenter, dwl 112 Eddy 
Blaney (James A.) &. Carroll, (Thomas) wines and 

liquors. SE cor Jessie and Third 
Blaney James A., (Blaney & Carroll) dwl 41 Third 
Blaney John, house painter, dwl 509 EUis 
Blanev John H., bookkeeper with Kelly, Walsh & 

Co., dwl 241 Tehama 
Blanev William, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Blank F. G., cl^rk with Joseph P. Horn, 28^ First; 
Blauken Henry, Six-Mile House, San Bruno Road 
Blanken Hermann, clerk with C. L. Wilhelm &Co., 

dwl 361 Je.'isie 
Blanken Nicholas, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Broadway and Kearny 
Blankin Jacob, laborer Pioneer Woolen Mills, dwl 

North Pdint nr Van Ness Avenue 
Blant Samuel, butcher with Henrv Sylvester, dwl 

307 Sixth 
Bias Michael, dwl 112 Shipley 
Blasdeil Samuel F., Western Union Telegraph Co., 

dwl 77 Clementina 
Blasdeil.— See Biaisdell 
Blaskower Pauline, (widow) dwl 25 Sixth 
Blasse Edward, clerk with H. Toelken, dwl 46 

Fourth 
Blaszkower Marks, salesman with Edward Cohn, 

dwl 627 Clay 
Blassman Lewis, dwl S s Francisco bet Taylor and 

Jones 
BLATCHLET (.Toel S.) & WOODS. (Samuel 

D.J attorneys at law, otfice 40 Mont Block 
Blatciiley Joel S., (Blatchley if Woods) res San 

Leaudro 
Blath Sigmund, salesman, 404 Kearny, dwl 943 

Howard 



Blatt Lndwig, bootmaker with Richard Pahl, dwl 

127 Fourth 
Blatter Henry, cutler with Will & Finck, dwl 2227 

Dupont 
Blattner Frederick, dwl 25 Morton 
BL.\TTNER JOHN J., contiactor, dwl 425 Third 
Blauvelt Richard D. jr., clerk County Recorder's 

office 
Blaziba John, cook with John Barichierich & Co., 

dwl 1018 Market 
Blecher Christian, shoemaker, 808 Pacific 
Bleddin Robert, painter with McAlpin & Grey 
Blen L. W. & Co., (Jacob Richardson) teamsters, 

pier 17 Stewart 
Blen Lewis W., (L. W. Bleu Sc Co.; dwl 174^ Minna 
Blennerliassett John, shoemaker with H. F. Maass, 

dwl .30 Hunt 
Blennerhassett Richard, bootmaker with A. C. 

Rover, dwl 540 Howard 
Bleret Edwaid, confectioner with Salomon & Co., 

dwl S s Dupont Alley 
Blese Henry, painter with Frost & Richards, dwl 

69 Naioma 
Blesi Sebastian, cutter with I. M. Wentwoith, dwl 

429 Pine 
Blessin Louis, carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
J31essing Frederick, janitor Pacitic Halls 
Blessington Andrew J., clerk, dwl 644 Sacramento 
Blethen J. H. Captain, solicitor California Insurance 

Co., dwl 208 Geary 
Blettner Nicholas, hackman. Plaza 
Bley Abraham, clothing, 54 Third, dwl 820 Mission 
BleVraann Edward, upholsterer, dsvl W s Vallejo 

>]ace 
Blick Peter, carpenter Vulcan Iron Works, dwl S s 

Twenty -third bet Harrison and Alabama 
Blick W. H., carpenter, dwl 507 Jlis^sion 
Bligh Catherme, (widow) dwl 431 Vallejo 
Blindel Joseph, deckhand steamer Julia, dwl S s 

Dupont Alley 
Blinn Charles H., clerk forwarding department 

Wells, Fargo & Co., dwl 725 California 
l?!inn Cyrus A., carpenter, dwl .")(i6 Folsom 
Blinn Samuel P., Mda?ni-,.B. Sf Co.; dwl 542 .Second 
Blinn Wm. J., shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Blish C. H., engineer, dwl What Cheer House 
Bliss Charles, butcher, dwl SE cor Sansom and 

Pacific 
Bliss John, cigar manufacturer, 717 Sansom, dwl 433 

Broadway, rear 
Bliss Theodore, stevedore, dwl 8 Lafayette Place 
Bliven James I., (Pagan, B. & Co.) dwl 61 Third 
Bloch Abraham B., gents' furnishing goods, 1107 

Dupont 
Bloch George, laborer, 825 Dupont, dwl Washoe 

Place 
Bloch Isaac F., (Klein & B.) dwl 1108 Post 
Bloch John, drygoods, 3 Virginia Block, dwl 615 

Green 
Bloch Nathan, dwl 1132 Dupont 
Bloch William, boots and shoes, 1022 Dupont 
Blochman (Abraham) & Cerf, (Moses) commission 

merchants, office 220 Sansom 
Blochman Abraham (of J . Blum & Co., San Luis 

Obispo, and Blochman ^ Cerf) office 220 San- 
som, dwl 1104 Post 
Blochman Emanuel, millinery, 20 Sansom, dwl 533 

Gearv 
Block A.; (of A. Block & Co., North San Juan) 

office 115 Battery, dwl 108 Taylor 
Block Bernard, bookkeeper with Glazier & Seligs- 

herti, dwl 813 Hyde 
Block Daniel, (merchant, Virginia, Nevada) office 

26 Sansom, dwl 530 Ellis 
Block Fran9ois. baker with Peter Job, 24 Mont 
Block James N., bookkeeper S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Mills, (and L. R. Meyers & Co.) office 115 

Batterv, dwl 108 Taylor 
Block J. B"., dwl 405 Kearny 



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Block John, clothing and furnishing goods, 507 

Kearny, dwl :ji24 Mason 
Block John, laborer, dwl .')07 Mission 
Block Jolu), laliorer California Sugar Refinery, dwl 

S s Union hetween Calhoun and Sansoni 
Block (JoliH H.) & V^nmWAch.f Frederick J candy 

manufacturers, VM'i Dnpont 
Block John H., (Block & Guiidlachj dwl 530 

Vallejo 
Block Joseph, dwl i209 Geary 
Block KobiTt, foreman dredger Winnemucca, C S. 

Nav. Co.. dwl 1006 Clay 
Blodes Theodore, hairdiessing saloon, 602 Market, 

dwl :21 Geary 
Blods^etl Charles, physician and surgeon, office and 

dwl O.0-2 Market 
Blodgett Ellen T, (widow) dwl W 8 Potrero Av 

near Sixteenth 
Bloger Henry, woodturner with Miller & llohr, 

dwl 1 St. Mary Place 
Blogg Henrv, shoemaker with Bryant & Sellers, 

dwl -^la" First 
Blohni Alfred, carbuilder S. F. & S. J. li. K 
Blobm August, groceries and liquors, SE cor Post 

and Jones 
Blohiii Christopher, clerk with Frederick Liinke- 

nau, dwl NE cor Powell and Ellis 
Blohiu Henry, groceries and liquore, NE cor Fifth 

and Clara 
Blohm (Peter) & Gerken, (Olana) groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Mission and Beale 
Blobnie Hermann, clerk with Rohrs & Paulsen, dwl 

133 Fourth 
; Blora John, calker, dwl W s Hodge Place 
i Blouiqvist Olof, watchmaker with John Res'alk, dwl 
' 7iy California 
Bloudell Thomas, drayman, 425 Front 
Blonding J. calker, Siiip C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bloni^eu Joseph, (Koerher & B.) dwl 722 Pacitic 
Blood" E. H., (widow) dwl 1707 Polk 
! Blood James H., boatmau, d^lNE cor Stockton and 
i Francisco 

BLOOD J. H., attorney at law, notary public, and 
couiniissioner deeds, office and dwl 23 and 24 
Montgomery Block 
Blood Levi L , bookkeeper with E. Stevens & Co., 

dwl lilO Powell 
Blood Marv L. Mrs., millinery, 307 Kearny 
Blood William, sailmaUer with C. Powers, dwl S s 

Chestnut bet Stockton and Powell 
Bloom Eliza Mrs., dwl 325J Bush 
BLOOM (George) &. GALBREATH (JohiiJ 
groceries and liquors, SW cor Fourth and Bry- 
ant 
Bloom George, (Blooin ^- Gn/ireaM; dwl 20 Welsh 
Bloom H., \vaiter, dwl 132 Stewart 
Bloom Isaic, broommaker, dwl E s Drumm near 

Wasiiington 
Bloom Louis, peddler, dwl 463 Clementina 
Bloom Samuel, dwl E s Howard bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Bloom VV., cook, dwl 132 Stewart 
Bloom Wolf, wool factor, dwl 230 Sixth 
Bloomer Hiram G., ( Whitaker & B.) dwl 1012 

Taylor 
Bloomer Theodore H., clerk with R. B. Swain &. 

Co., dwl 1012 Taylor 
Bloomlield Mary, (witlow) dwl 214 Francisco, rear 
Bloonitield 'J'bomas, carpenter, dwl 322 Green 
Bloomingdale Emanuel (of Oppenheimer ^ Co., 

Elko) office 222 California, dwl 607 Union 
Bloomingdale Henry, butcher, dwl 844^ Folsom 
Bloor Geo. W., compositor Morning Call, dwl 611 

Union 
Bios Joseph A., porter with DeWitt, Kittle & Co., 

dwl 813 Sansom 
Bloss Henry A., agent International Hotel Stashes, 
dwl W sShotwell bet Twenty-first andTwen- 
tyeecond 



BLOSSOM WILLIAM H., with F. Garcia, 321 

C^ilifornia, dwl 200 Stockton 
Blow Walter W., clerk, dwl 107 O'Farrell 
Blucher Virginia, (widow) dwl 406 Vallejo 
Blue Anchor, Louis Schroeder proprietor, 7 and 9 

Washington 
Blue Albert, captain schooner Alert, dwl 1606 Jones 
Blue Rose S. AI. Co., ( While Pine) office 4iy Ca! 
Blum Benjamin, glazier, dwl 824 Jackson 
Blum Charles, carpenter with B. &. J. S. Doe, dwl 

33 Ross 
Blum II., real estate, dwl 504 Dupont 
Blum Henry, baker with P. Dempsey,dwll27 Fourth 
Blum Henry, jeweler with B. Morris A Co., dwl cor 

Kearny and Morton 
Blum I. &, Co., (San Luis Ohispo) office 220 San 
Blum Isidor, merchant, dwl 606 Folsom 
Blum Jacob, merchant, dwl 528 Ellis 
Blum Simon, job wagon, cor California and Sansora, 

dwl 315 Fremont 
Blumberg Julius F., commission merchant, office 36 

Merchants' Exchange, dwl 1915 Howard 
Blume H., shoemaker, dwl 825 Dupont 
Blume Louis, junk dealer, dwl 133 Sixth 
Blumel Lebereclit, trtilor, lit) Kearny 
Blumeuberg J. H., brickmaker, dwl SW cor Pine 

aii<l Sansom 
Blnmenberg's Building, SW^ cor Pine and Sansom 
Blumenthal A., butcher, dwl 507 Mission 
Blumenthal Edward M., waiter Delmonico Restau- 
rant, dwl 15 Second 
Blumenthal Henry, driver with Felix Uri, dwl 

Vallejo bet Stockton and Dupont 
BLUMENTHAL HENRY M., proprietor Overland 
House, .531 and .533 Sacramento, dwl 7 Hampton 
Place 
Blumenthal Isaac, merchant, dwl 454i Tehnnia 
Blumenthorne Philip, gardener, dwl N s Eighteenth 

bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Blumquist Christian, seaman, bds 20 Commercial 
Blundell Henry, sailmaker with A. Crawford & Co., 

dwl 907 Union 
Blundell James, expresswagon corFirstand Market, 

dwl 802 Jackson 
Blundell James Mrs., furnished rooms. 802 Jackson 
Btune T., clerk, dwl 507 Mission 
Bluning Christian, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Blunt Amy Miss, fringemaker with Mrs. H. N. 

Norcross. dwl Powell nr Bush 
Blunt John P., clerk with Hecht Bros. & Co., dwl 

610 Powell 
Blunt Levi, ( Dalton, B. Sf Co.) dwl 135 Natoraa 
Blunt Pbineas U., assistant storekeeper Custom 

House, dw! 610 Powell 
Blunt William G., machinist, dwl 610 Powell 
Blush Charles, barkeeper with John Brown, 631 

Piuilie 
Blutherdt J. P., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
BLUXOME ISAAC, coal and iron broker, office 

215 California, dwl 1414 Folsom 
Bluxome Joseph, physician, office 520 Kearny, dwl 

929 Howard 
Bly Leaniler A., sticker with Cantrell, Dell St, Co., 

dwl 811 Mason 
BlvdenburgC, ci:farmaker, dwl .507 Mission 
BLYTH (Henry) & WETHERBEE; f S. H.) 

lumbervard, SW cor Market and ."^pear 
Blvlh HenrV, (BIytk & \V,Ha'rhn-) dwl -105 Folsom 
Blyth Henry Jr., clerk with Blyth & Welherbee, 

dwl 405 Folsom 
BIythe J., calker, Ship C. Association, Barra's Hall 
Blythe W^illiam J., musician, office 207 Moiitgom- 

erv, dwl 213 Stevenson, rear 
Boahn'john, hostler with Daniel C. McGlynn, dwl 

SW cor Tavlor and Post 
Boaln DMnitl.cook C. S. N. Co's steamer Yosetnite 
Buain I'hilii., musician, dwl 710 Stockton 
B(JAKl) OF CO.M.MISSIONERS for Beale Street, 
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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS exteusion Mout- 

goiiieiv Street, ofiire 533 Keurny 
BOARD 'OV COMMISSIONERS San Francisco 

Fire Deprtrtinenr, (iffice '-'"jy Kejiruv 
BOARD OF EDUCATION, room 22 City Hall 

second floor 
BOARD OF ENGINEERS U. S. A. for the Pacific 

Coast, office 30 South Pai-k 
BOARD OP EQUALIZATION, office 3 City Hall 
BOARD OF PILOT EXAMINERS, office 35 Mer- 
chants' Exchan.Lre 
BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS, office 

room 11 Citv H;ill 
BOARD OF PORT WARDENS, office 32 Mer- 

cliants' Excliantre 
BOARD OF REGENTS University California, 

office 414 California 
BOARD OF RELIEF, (Masonic) office Masonic 

Temple 
BOARD OF STATE Harhor Commissioners, office 

414 Montfjoinerv 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, room 3 second floor 

City Hall 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, clerk of, office City 

Hall, second floor, room 4 
BOARD OF TIDE LAND COMMISSIONERS, 

office SW cor Clay and Kearnv. room 12 
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. Boston, J. S. 

Bacon a<;ent, office 428 California 
BOARDMAN GEORGE C, manas,'er ^tna Ins. 

Co., office 14 New Merchants' Exchange, dwl 

731 Sutter 
Boardman Michael, teamster with D. A. McKinuon, 

dwl William bet Geary and Post 
Boardman William F., compositor Morning Chron- 
icle, dwl cor Dnpont and Greenwich 
Boarnian Louis, waiter Lick House 
Boas Isadore, peddler, dwl 114 Clementina 
Boas John, hog ranch, dwl E s Nebraska nr El 

Dorado 
Boas Joljn, laborer, dwl 13 Minna 
Boas Michael, drayman, dwl 949 ITolsom 
Bobenrieth John, driver National Brewery, dwl N 

W cor William and O'Farrell 
Boberg Gustaf, cook, bds 531 East 
Bobst Cyrus E., salesman 626 Sac, dwl 913 Howard 
Bobns John & Co., C Antonio Sablich) restaurant, 

734 Pacific 
Boeh Rudolph, bookkeeper, 597 California, dwl 

1024 Stockton 
Bock Henry, barber, dwl 320 Minna 
Bock Henry, gilder with H. G. Hoefer, dwl 813 

Washington 
Bock Jacob, tailor with C. C. Hastings & Co 
Bocken Henry, restaurant, 643 Washington, dwl 

811 Union 
Bockley Patrick, cooper with Cutting & Co., dwl 17 

Harrison Avenue 
Bockmann D. H., clerk with J. C. Haake & Co., 

dwl 46 Stewart 
Bockmann F., waiter with Hemme & Renter, dwl 

345 Minna 
Bockmann George, waiter with E. A. Engelberg 

416 Kearny 
Bockmann Joim C, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Freelon and Fourth 
Bockmann. — See Bokmnnn 
Bocq Alfred, florist. Bay View, S San Francisco 
Bocqueraz Antoine, f Sliea, Husscy & Co. J dwl 

1910 Stockton 
Boda Louis, wagonmaker with D. Hughes, dwl W 

8 Washington Avenue bet Howard and Mission 
Bode Adolph W., sashmaker, dwl 603 Third 
BODE GEORGE C, proprietor U. S. Bonded Ware- 
house, NW cor Filbert and Bat, dwl 82ti Mission 
Bode Henrv, carpenter with Cole & Haskell, dwl 

663 ThiVd 
Bode William, butcher, What Cheer House Restau- 



Bode William, carpenter with Cole & Ilaskiu, dwl 

663 Third 
Bodecker Bannard, musician, dwl 403 Union 
Bodecker William, musician, office 207 Montgomery, 

dwl 403 Union 
Boden John F.. court room clerk, Fourth District 

Court, dwl 707 Greenwich 
Boden John H. & Co., customhouse brokers, office 

504 Battery, dwl 705 Greenwich 
Boden Michael, boilermaker with Moynihan &, Ait- 
ken, dwl 909 Folsom 
Boden P., (widow) dwl 705 Greenwich 
Bodtish William H., attorney at law, office 605 Clay, 

dwl 15 Moss 
Bodill L. S., bricklayer, B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
Bodkin Thomas, plasterer, dwl 119 Shipley 
Bodley Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bodwell H. H., (Atlwood Sf B.J dwl E s Bartlett 

bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Bodwell .loseph R., bootmaker, dwl NEcorDupont 

and Vallejo 
Body William, shipwright, Ship Ass, Barra's Hall 
Boedor Frederick, teamster, dwl 517 Geary 
Boege Henry, painter, 118 Dnpont 
Boegerman H., grocer, dwl I3» Fourth 
Boeger Henry, baker with C. Burkhardt, dwl 1216 

Pacific 
Boegler Charles, drayman with Strauss &. Prank, 

dwl cor Geary and William 
Boegler Frederick, drayman with Strauss &. Frank, 

dwl cor Geary and William 
Boeh, Sebastian, merchant, dwl 9.59 Folsom 
Boehm L., porter with J. A. Bauer, dwl 101 Post 
Boehme Frederick, nmsician Maguire's Opera 

House, dwl W s First Avenue bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Boehme. — See Bohm 
Boell Charles L., printer with Mullin, Mahon, Rapp 

&Co 
Boesal August, baker with Swain &. Co., dwl 115 

Natoma 
Boesch Emil, lampmaker and tinsmith, 1017 Kearny, 

dwl 631 Pacific 
Boesche H., miller with Eisen Bros., dwl 16 Steven- 
son 
Boese Julius, clerk, dwl 212 Francisco 
Boetge F. S., blacksmith, dwl .507 Mission 
Boettcher August, blacksmith with Charles Herbst, 

dwl 5 Mason 
BOFER WILLIAM & CO., (August Bnltmann 

and Adolph Marqnnrd) importers and retailers 

hardware, 610 Sacramento 
Bofer William ( William Bojer Sf Co.) dwl 610 Sac 
Botinger Jacob, gold and silver plater, 648 Sacra- 
mento (and Sanderson and B.J 
Bogan Charles, printer, dwl 1324 Jackson 
Bogan Charles, tanner with Cornelius O'Donnell, 

dwl 24 Clinton 
Bogan Philip, laborer, dwl Ws Baldwin Court nr 

Folsom 
Bogardus John P., newspaper solicitor, dwl N b 

Delgardo Place nr Hyde 
Bogardus Williiim H., machinist, dwl 270 First 
Bogart John JI. & Co., dealers flour and grain, 200 

Davis, res Clinton, Alameda County 
Bogart Orlando H., bookkeperwilh R. H. McDonald 

& Co., dwl 1516 Mission 
Bogasch Charles, clei k, dwl NE Dupont and Vallejo 
Bogel C. H., groceries and liquors, SW cor Wash- 
ington and Waverly Place 
Bogel Theodore fHealhJield, Bogel & Co., aiid B. 

LeFevre & Co. J dwl 1015 Jackson 
Boger Joseph, laborer, dwl 507 Mission 
Boger W., laborer with Hemme & Reuter, dwl 345 

Minna 
Bogert J. C, captain steamer Sierra Nevada, office 

N. P. Trans. Co 
Boggs A. W., carpenter, dwl 20 Minna 
Boggs Emery, shipwright, Ship Ass., Barra's Hall 



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Bogffs Paul n.,fA. M. Cnpen <!?• Co.) dwl Se 

Twentv-third bet Mis^sion and Valencia 
Bogie William, gardener, dwl Cemetery Avenue nr 

Sutter 
Bogle Joseph H., local policeman, dwl fi42 Jessie 
Bogle Joseph S., calker. Ship C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bogner Charles, bowling saloon, NE cor Valencia 

and Sixteenth 
Bogue Bernard, laborer, dwl 42 Jessie 
Bogne Hugh, carpenter with E. O. Hunt, dwl 63 

Minna 
Bogue Michael, driver with John C. Bell, dwl 502 

Sacramento 
Boball Henry, drayman with James Benson, dwl 

NW cor Ellis and Hyde 
Bohen Benjamin F., policeman City Hall, dwl Ss 

Pa^e nr Octiivia 
Bohen George T., surveyor Union Ins. Co., dwl 

617 Pine 
Bohen James, gardener, dwl 20 Oak Grove Avenue 
Bohen J. L., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bohen John, carriagetrinuner, dwl 443 Natoma, rear 
Bohen Patrick, hostler with W. Frank Whittier, 

SW cor Howard and Twentieth 
Bohen Patrick, laboftr with George & Rogers, dwl 

416 Pacitic 
Bohen Peter, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bohling Henry, with L. Weber, NW cor Page and 

Franklin 
Bohlniann Louis, shutterraaker with Kittredge & 

Leavitt. dwl 624 Pacific 
Bohls Johann H., waiter Chicago Hotel 
Boiim William, manufacturing jeweler, 604 Mer- 
chant, dwl 113 Franklin 
Bohn Christian, tinsmith with J. Bohn, dwl 418 

Union 
Bohn J., tailor, dwl SW cor Dupont and Broadway 
Bohn John, tinsmith. 1218 Dupont, dwl 112 Seventh 
Bohn Slary Ann Mrs., dwl Ss Vaudewater bet 

Powell and Mason 
Bohn Peter, carpenter, dwl 148 Silver 
Bohn William, driver Central Railroad 
Bohner C. A., dwl 818 Clay 
Boice Charles D. S., cigars, American Exchange, 

dwl 314 Fremont 
Boido Domenico, boots and shoes, 316 Third 
Boie George, packer Golden Gate Mills, dwl Lewis 

Place 
Boiro Louis, salesman with Levy & Sinay, dwl 15 

Morey Alley 
Bois Anthony B., harnessmaker, 510 Davis 
Boisnet Alphonse, cabinetmaker, 1030 Market 
Boissard Augustus, trunkmaker with Joseph Corin, 

dwl Pacific bet Dupont and Stockton 
Boisse Eugene, barber wtth B. Martini, dwl 1515 

Stockton 
Boieseau Jean Emile, boot and shoemaker, 324 

Dupont 
Boitano Francisco, dwl 14 Union Place 
Boitano Giacomo, saloon, 619 Broadway 
Bok Charles, dyer Pioneer W. F. 
Bokhaven John, groceries and liquors, Fifteenth Av 

bet O and P, South S. F 
Bokmann Bendix F.. hostler with II. Bokmann, dwl 

320 Broadway 
Bokmann Henry, livery stable, 320 Broadway, dwl 

335 Broad vvay 
Bolado (Joaquin) & Arques, (Joaquin R.J real 

estate, ottice 708 Montgomery 
Bolado Joaquin, (Bolado & Arques) dwl 526 

Sutter 
Bolan George, bricklayer, B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
Bolan John, liquors, dwl 216 Stevenson 
Bolan Josenh, laundrynian, dwl 1 142 Folsoni, rear 
Bolan Michael J., physician, office and dwl 645 

Market 
Boland Daniel, boilermaker Risdon Iron Works 
Boland James, cashier Vulcan Iron Works Co., dwl 

E 8 How bet Twenty third and Tweniy-fourth 



Boland John, butcher, 4 Occidental Market, dwl SE 

cor Taylor and O'Farrell 
Boland John, salesman with Dake, McKown &. Co., 

dwl 15 Kearny 
Boland John sen.I butcher with John Boland, dwl 

SE cor Taylor and O'Farrell 
Boland Michael, compositor California Farmer, dwl 

614 Howard 
Boland Michael C, harnessmaker with J. O'Kane, 

dwl 143 Natoma 
Boland William, bookkeeper, dwl 47 Natoma 
Boland William, cook, dwl HI Minna 
Boland William H., clerk, dwl 54 First 
Bolander A. Catharine, furnished rooms, 736 Market 
Bolander Henry N. Mrs., ladies' fancy goods, 60 Sec- 
ond, cwl349 Jessie 
Bolander Henry N., principal South Cosmopolitan 

Grammar School, dwl 349 Jessie 
Bolas Richard, dwl 416 Pacific 
Bolbeck H. T., carpenter, dwl Franklin House 
Iph, dwl SW corner Franklin 



and 



Boldemann Adolph 
Bush 

BOLE (James) &l O'DONNELL, (Charles) livery 
stable, 246 Third 

Bole James, bookkeeper with Forbes Brothers & 
Co., dwl 660 Bryant 

Bolety William, steward, dwl 404 Shipley 

Bolev Fremont, fireman S. F. &, S. J. R. R 

Boley Seth L , cooper with L. N. Handy & Co., 
bds 8 Varrenne r 

Bolev Susan, (widow) boarding, 54 Third 

Boley Victor, clerk 328 Bush, dwl SE cor Third 
and Mission 

Bolfray William, shoemaker, dwl 562 Bryant 

Bolger John, boilermaker, dwl 260 Clementina 

Bolger Thomas, bookkeeper wirh McNally St, Haw- 
kins, dwl 27^ Fourth 

Bolindi John, fruits, 153 Second 

BoliuKcr William A., (Dixon S^ B.j dwl NW cor 
Twentv-fourth and Bartlett 

Bolle Henry, (Kroner & B.J dwl 412 Drumm 

Boiler F. Joseph, Empire Market, 1230 Dupont, 
dwl 1223 Dupont 

Bolles Amos, office 228 Clay, res Oakland 

BoUes Frederick, captain steamer Oriflamme, dwl 
23 Oak Grove Avenue 

Bolles — See Bow^Ies 

Boliier Julius, helper Kimball Manufacturing Co., 
dwl S s Mariposa near Pennsylvauia Avenue 

Boliier Paul, cooper, dwl S s Mariposa near Penn- 
sylvania Avenue 

Bollin Philip, porter, 236 Sutter 

Boiling George K., mnsiciau, dwl 978 Folsom 

Bollinger Francis, hairdresser, S s Jackson bet 
Davis and Drumm 

Bollinger Nicholas, butcher with Charles H. Ait- 
ken, dwl 5 Washington 

BOLLINGER JOHN C, collector, office 604 Mer- 
chant, dwl 1509 Leavenworth 

BoUnian (John) & Co., (.John Palmer) manufactory 
Russian cigarettes, 510 Broadway 

Bollmau John, (Bollmau Sf Co.) dwl 1021 Mission 

Bollmann H., bookkeeper with Martin Prag, dwl 
920 Clay 

Bollo ( Thomas) & Co., groceries, NW cor Clay and 
Stockton 

BOLSTER PATRICK, lienor saloon, 162 First 

Bolster Thomas, driver with Lyon & Co., dwl SE 
cor Franklin and Linden Avenue 

Bolte Henry, Kearny Street Lodgings, 1023 and 
1025 Kearny 

Bolte Henrv, niolder, dwl 132 Stewart 

Bolte (I'eler) & Baker, (Albert) bds NE cor Ken- 
tucky and Gil more 

Bolton A., general agent Connecticut Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., office 505 
Montgomery, dwl 330 Ellis 

Bolton Edwarcf E., clerk with James R. Bolton, 
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Bolton George, with HufFaker, Bolton & Co., res 

Oaldiuul 
BOLTON JAMES R., real estate, office 618 Mer- 
chant, dwl N\V cor Greenwich and Jones, 
Bolton John G., butcher with P. Hauser & Bro., 

dwl 428 Broadway 
Bolton Robert, marble worker with John Daniel, 

dwl 208 Leidesdorff 
Bolton Wiliiani, (Huffaker, B. & Co) resides Oak- 
land Point 
Boltz Albert, waiter with Henry Hoesch, dwl So- 
nera Place 
Bolzau Charles, brushmaker with L. Feldmann &, 

Co., dwl 135 Second 
BONA ANGELO, Squarza's punches, wines, etc., 

118 and 120 Leidesdorff, dwl 310 Kearny 
Bona James, tailor, ItiOtJ Stockton 
Bona Peter, clerk with Angelo Bona, dwl 1139 

Broadway 
Bonacina Angelo, woodcarver, dwl 1069 Market 
Bonacini F., dwl Union Club 
Bonal Jean, shoemaker, dwl 634 Vallejo 
Bonardo Lnigi, with Brignardello, Macchiavello & 

Co., dwl Green nr Dupout 
Bouavia Nicola, fresco painter, dwl 572 Folsom 
Bond Alfred, caipenter, dwl 311 Stockton 
Bond Charles E., clerk with William McCann & 

Co., dwl S 8 Silver nr Second 
BOND CHARLES R., secretary Fireman's Fund 

Insurance Co., office SW cor California and 

Sanson! , dwl 1021 Washington 
Bond John, stevedore, dwl Telegraph House 
Bond Richard L., carpenter and builder, dwl 2208 

Larkiu 
Bond Samuel D., barber with J. Greif, 636 Wash 
Bond Thomas H. I., carpenter and builder, dwl 

2210 Larkin 
Bonden John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Boudolfi Peter, barkeeper with Peter Mitchell, dwl 

26 Morey Alley 
Bondu A., French agent, dwl 765 Mission 
Bondv Adolph, secretary S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Mills, office 115 Battery, dwl 1023 Powell 
Bone James, carpenter, dwl 1118 Taylor 
Boner David, upholsterer, 1604 Stockton 
Bouer William, deckhand, dwl 541 First 
Bones J. W., carpenter, dwl 737 Howard 
Bouestel Charles D., (H. Payot ^ Go.) dwl 837 

California 
Bonestell Charles A., salesman with John G. 

Hodge & Co., dwl .539 California 
Bonestell John T.. salesman with R. B. Gray & 

Co., dwl 731 Bush 
Bonestell Louis H., (Jokn G. Hodge & Go.) res 

Oakland 
Boney Andrew, carpenter, dwl 29 Stevenson 
Bonfi'glio G. B., baker with Louis Malatesta, dwl 

427 Pacific 
Bougert John M., teamster, dwl 639 Broadway 
Bonglet Celestine Mrs., laundry, S a Hayes bet Oc- 

tavia and Laguna 
Boning John, metallic signmaker with B. Isaacs, 

dwl SE cor Howard and Fremont 
Bonis Maratiin, market, NE cor Dupout and Morton 
Bonis Pierre, veterinary surgeon, office and dwl 214 

Stevenson 
Bonn Frederick Rev., pastor Broadway German M. 

E. Church, dwl 728 Broadway 
Bonn Sebastian, helper with McTernan Brothers, 

dwl 31 Commercial 
Bounard Francis A., compositor Morning Call, dwl 

1409 Ja*kson 

Bonnard , with Goodwin & Co., .522 Pine 

Bouuefield James, lumberman, dwl 4 Beale Court 
Bonnefond G. J., bookkeeper French Mutual Be- 
nevolent Society, office Pioneer Building, dwl 

351 Minna 
Bonnell Allison C, cashier S. F. Bulletin Co., dwl 

W s Capp nr Twenty-fifth 



Bonnell Edwin, clerk County Recorder's Office, 

dwl 708 Taylor 
Bonnell Henrv, clerk with F. A. Rouleau, dwl W s 

C;ipp nrTwentv-fifth 
Bonnell John T., upholsterer, dwl .307 O'Farrell 
Bonnell Kate Miss, assistant teacher Pine and Lar- 
kin St. School, dwl cor Twenty-fifth and Capp 
Bonnell S. S., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bonnell William, clerk, dwl 325^ Bush 
Bonner C, dwl 32 Stevenson's Building 
Bonner John, stevedore, Lumb. Stev. Ass., Barra's 

Hall 
Bonner Norman, milkman, dwl 705 Howard 
Bonner William, watchman U. S. B. Mint, dwl 1 

M;iiy 
BONNET B., brickmaker and manager San Luis 

Obispo Asphaltum Co., office 402 Montgomery, 

dwl SW cor Valencia and Twenty-first 
Bonnet Bernard, laundry, dwl 1 Quincy Place 
Bonnetti Joseph, scissorsgrinder, dwl S s Polk Lane 
Bonuey George, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Bonney H. I. Mrs., dwl Virginia Block 
BonneV Joseph, house mover. dwl414| Clementina 
Bonney O. Jr., (Grader, Heald & B.) dwl 143^ 

Tehama 
Bonny George, (George G. Skreve Sj- Go.) dwl 

Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Bonsall E. S., carpenter, dwl NW cor Mason and 

Filbert 
Bontecon William E., clerk with Redington, Hostet- 

ter & Co 
Bontou Leonard, shipcarpenter, dwl 26Freelon 
Bonynge C. W. & Co., ^Robert Hawxkursl) stock 

brokers, 422 Montgomery 
Bonynge C. W.. (C. W. 'Bonynge Sf Co.) 422 

Montgomery, dwl 2110 Mason 
BOOBARE. C. &C0., fW. L. Richardson) -pWe 

drivers and dock builders, NW cor Stewart and 

Howard 
Boobar E. C, (E. C. Boobar & Go.) dwl 249 Second 
Boobar James G., pile driver with E. C. Boobar &. 

Co., dwl 249 Second 
Booker George E., wagonmaker Kimball Manut. 

Co., dwl 521 Pine 
Booker H. E. Mrs., fancy goods and dress trimmings, 

8 Montgomery 
Booker N.T., elk with Conrov & O'Connor, 107 Front 
BOOKER W. LANE, H. B. M. Consul, office 411 

California, dwl Union Clnb rooms 
Bookly Michael, machinist, dwl 728 Market 
Bookuieier Otto W., shipcarpenter. bds 7 Wash 
BooEstaver C. H., butcher, dwl 8 Bernard 
Bookstaver Samuel J., butcher, dwl 8 Bernard 
Boole George, shipbuilder, dwl 430 Natoma 
Boole W. A., fMiddlemas & H.J dwl 340 Fremont 
Bools Martin, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Boom Perry, (colored) cook, dwl NW cor Leaven- 
worth and Green 
Boomsma Albert, bagsewer with Edwin Dakin, dwl 

SW corner Jackson and Kearny 
Boone Henry W., surgeon P. M. S. S. Co., dwl Oc- 
cidental Hotel 
Boone John L., clerk Dewey & Co., dwl 603 Hyde 
Boone William R., printer with Dewey & Co., dwl 

603 Hyde 
Boone William T., (colored) whitener, dwl 1304 

Powell 
Boop John D., doorkeeper U. S. B. Mint, dwl 29^ 

Third 
Boorhees John, butcher, dwl SW cor Market and 

Lagnnu 
Boorman B. N., varnisher with W. G. Weir, dwl 

418 Post 
Boos George, brewer, dwl SE cor Nineteenth and 

Mission 
BOOTH ADAM &, CO., (Rnfus Keyser) produce 

commission, 20(5 Washington 
Booth Adam, (Adnm Booth & Go.) dwl W s Capp 

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Booth Charles, cnlker. Ship. C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Booth (Daniel E.J &, 'AVKer fWtdter R.J land lo- 
ciiting HKeiitP, olfice SW cor Mont and Jackeon 
Booth Daniel E., f Booth & SUccrJ dwl 709 Green- 
wich 
Booth G.. dwl What Cheer Honse 
Booth George A., plasterer, dwl 3114 Sixth 
BOOTH H.J. &. CO., (George W. Prescott and 
Irving M. Scott J Union Iron Works, NE cor 
Frst and Mission 
Booth H. J., fH. J. Booth Sr Co. J dwl 501 Har 
Booth Hosea, with Nathan Simonds, N 8 Twenty- 

fonrth bet Nebraska and Vermont 
BOOTH JAMES R., attorney at law, oflSce room 5 

6(14 .Merchant, dwl 318 Brannau 
Bootii Jonathan, spinner Pioneer Woolen Mills, 

dwl SE cor Hyde and Lombard 
Booth Lneius A., reni estate, ollice room 4, 402 

Front, residence Oakland 
Booth M. G., blacksmith, dwl W 8 Mission bet 

Twenty-third and Twentv-fourth 
Booth Michael, stevedore, dwl 103 First 
Booth fXeiHonJ, & Co., (C. T. Wheeler and J. T. 

Glover J merchants, 405 Front 
Booth Newton (Booth & Co. J dwl 920 Wa.«hington 
Booth Samuel, (colored) boot maker, dwl ill Prospect 

Pljce 
Booth Samuel, spinner M. & P. Woolen Mills, 
dwlWs Shotwell bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth 
Booth William, merchant, 410 Sacramento, dwl 42 

Tehama 
Booth William, machinist with T. Kallenberg, dwl 

Irving House 
Boot he Andrew G., law student with Gunnison & 

Beatty, dwl 323 Geary 
Boothby Adolph, restaurant, 10 Sacramento 
Boothby Mary A., dwl 52 Second 
Boothby William L., teamster, dwl 106 Turk 
Boothlev William J., foreman with R. &, J. Morton, 

dwf 106 Turk 
Boothmar. James, cooper, 417 Com, dwl 212 Minna 
Bootz Adam, re-tl estate, dwl 812 Powell 
BOOTZ HOTEL. Weidenhoefer & Osiander pro- 
prietors, 435 Pine 
Boozane John, blacksmith, dwl 227 Second 
Borbeck John, cigars, 942 Kearny, dwl N 8 Hinck- 
ley nr Kearnv 
BORCHARD CHARLES, wholesale confectioner, 

413 Davis, dwl 1007 Washington 
Borchardt Herman, commission merchant, dwl 424 

Clementina 
Borchas W., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Borchelt Augustus, bedsteadmaker with Miller & 

Rolir, dwl S s Green bet Hyde and Larkin 
Borchelt John H., carpenter," dwl S s Green bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Borchers Fabian, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Sansom and Greenwich 
Borchers J. C. physician, olfice and dwl 626 Cal 
BORCHERS J. 11., cigars, tobacco, etc., 532 First 
Borchers \yilliam, captain schooner Felicity, dwl 

E 8 Main bet Folsom and Harrison 
Borchert A. H.. salesman with Mayrisch Brothers <fc 

Co., dwl 1004 Larkin 
Bordage Azelia Mrs., groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Dupont and Union 
Borde Auguste, blacksmith with Mangeot &. Lacaze, 

dwl Green bet Kearny and Dupont 
Borde Elizabeth 3Irs., dre'ssmaker, IT^l Stockton 
Borde Fr^ink, dwl 1616 Powell 
Borde Julian, primper, dwl 1231 Dupont, rear 
Borde William, mariner, bds 531 East 
Bordeaux E. Mrs., ( M. Ferpoli & Co. J dwl 735 

Clay 
Borden Bridget (widow) furnished rooms, 139 Miu 
Borden Gnle, bricklaj-er, Bricklayers' Ass., 715 Mar 
Borden John, laborer, dwl 2 Liberty 
Borden Michael, boilermaker, dwl 909 Folsom 



Bordenau Pierre, baker, dwl 634 Vallejo 
Bordenave Pieire, baker, 539 Broadw-ay 
Bordner Jacob, carpenter, dwl Russ House 
Bordt William, clerk SE cor Folsom and Main 
BORDWELL GEORGE, architect and civil engi- 
neer, office 432 Montgomery, dwl 442 Second 
Bordwell Henry AV., niillwriglit, dwl .530 Bryant 
Boieen Korman. upholsterer ,"dwl 56 Clementina 
BOREL ALFRED & CO., (Ant'dnc BorelJ bank- 
ers, NW cor Jackson and Montgomeiy 
Borel Antoine, (A. Borel 4- Co. J and Vice Consul 

for Switzerland, dwl NW cor California and 

Stockton 
Borel Gustavo, wholesale butcher, dwl S 8 Santa 

Clara nr Hampshire 
Borella Angelo, laborer with E. Brounier, dwl W 8 

Pollard Place 
Boren Richard, shoemaker, dwl 4 Sherwood Place 
Borg Peter, cook, bds 106 Jackson 
Borger Chiistian, assayer and jeweler, dwl 238 

Stewart 
Borger Louis, (Buckin<r Sf B.J dwl 515 Bryant 
Borghem Frederick, miner, dwl 5i)7 Mission 
Borgine Peter, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Borgren William, tailor, dwl 3 Mary Lane 
Borgstrom Gustavo, tailor, dwl 120 Post 
Borinfore A., pantryman C. S. N. Co.'s steamer 

Helen Hensley 
Boring Susan W. Mrs. , furnished rooms, 331 0'Farrell 
Boris Lambert, tailor, 536 Green 
Borker Solomon, stockbroker, office 418 California, 

dwl 331 Montgomery 
Borkhim Henry, regimental tailor, 30 Geary 
Borkin S., dwl 78 Stevenson's Buihling 
Borkman Adolph, barber, dwl 507 Mission 
Borland James, driver with James Donnelly, dwl 

228 First 
Borle Louis, raatlressmaker with J. F. &l H. H. 

Schafer, dwl 547 Jessie 
Borle Giistave, carpenter, dwl 517 Jessie 
Borman Henry, tailor with M. J. Myers, dwl 555 

Mission 
Bormann F. D., saloon, dwl 904 Kearny 
Bormhorst Herman, biliiardmaker with Strahle & 

Hughes, dwl 32 Rauseb 
Born Charles, hairdresser with Richard Brown, dwl 

417 Post 
Bornemann F. H., bookkeeper with Wilnierdiug & 

Kellogg, dwl S s Thirteenth bel Folsom and 

Howard 
Bornemann Francis G., cashier U. S. Assistant Treas- 
urer's office, dwl S 8 Thirteenth bet, Folsom and 

Howard 
Bornheimer Francis, tinner, dwl Haight bet Filmore 

and Webster 
Bornstein Daniel, salesman, 523 Sacramento, dwl 

745 California 
Bornstein Julius, gents' furnishing goods, 112 Fourth 
Bornstein Julius, ( lVillia7ns, B. t^ Co. J dwl 519 

Post 
Bornstein M. A., salesman with H. Gerson, dwl 745 

Clay 
Bornstein Max, clerk with Julius Bornstein, dwl 112 

Fourth 
Boroman F. E., carpenter, dwl First St. House 
Bopp Augustus, Alcatraz Market, 1717 Stockton 
Bopp Peter, butcher with M. Brandensteiu & Co., 

dwl cor Eighth and Brannan 
Borrmau Charles, mariner, bds 39 Jackson 
Borstel Henry, seaman, l)ds 7 Washington 
Borthwick Cliarles, bookkeeper with Pacific Saw 

Manuf. Co., dwl 523 Howard 
BORUCK MARCUS D., (Chase ^ B.J dwl 305 

Eddy 
Bosche Nicholiis, clerk, dwl 555 Mission 
Boschen Nicolas, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Minna and Fifth 
Boscher Einil, apothecary with Charles D.Zeile, dwl 

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Boscowitch Leopold, fHulchinson, Koll & Co., and I 

of L. lSc J. Boscoicitch, Fjc/oria; office 42.5 Sac- I 

raniento, dwl ]] 14 Stockton 

Bose Diedericb, paiuier, dwl NW cor Pacilic and I 

Dupont i 

Bose Jobann H., laborer California Sugar Refinery, 

dwl cor Eighth and Bryant 
Bose William, dwl 7-28 Market 
Boshe Peter, dwl 548 Mission 
Boskowitz Frank, sale.xnian, 5(i Second 
Bosler UenvyJJohn Boder & Bra.) Awl 438 Natoma 
Bosler John & Bro., (Henry Bosler) meat market, 

941 Folsom 
Bosler John, (John Boder Sr Bro.) dwl 438 Natoma 
Bosley Doui^las W., steward, dwl 517 Geary 
Bosq Romain, laundryraan, dwl 1019 Sutter 
Bosquet Andrew, porter with A. P. Hotaling & Co., 

dwl 1515 Leavenworth 
Bosquet Eloise. (widow) dressmaker, 918 Mont 
BOSQUI EDWARD & CO., printers, bookbinders 

and engravers, SE cor Clay and Leidesdortf 
Bosqui 'E.AwM-d, (Edward Bosqui & Co.) dwl 814 

Lombard 
Boss Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Boss Peter, sailmaker, bds 39 Jackson 
Bossart John, painter, dwl 507 Mission 
Bossert Charles, baker with William Baker, dwl S 

E cor Clay nnd Missson 
Bossman Jeremiah, laborer with .1. B. Kemp 
Bossounett P., carpenter, dwl 504 Jlarket 
Bost John W., surveyor-general California, dwl 

728 Bush 
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, Jo- 
seph S. Bacon asrent, office 42S California 
BOSTON CRACKER CO., (Frederick Clay nnd 
J. J. MeaburnJ S s Oregon bet Front and Davis 
Boston Dennis, propertyraau Pac Melodeon, dwl 

Pacific Lodging House 
Boston Furniture Company, Henry Luchsinger 

manager, 649 Market 
Boston Joseph, (Gray, Jones & Co.) res Santa Cruz 
Boston Line Packets, office 305 Front 
Boston Marv W., (widow) dwl 413 Stevenson 
BOSTON RUBBER BOOT AND SHOE CO., 

Hecht Brothers &l Co. agents. 215 Battery 
Bostwick Samuel, propertyman Maguire's Opera 

House 
Bostwick Sarah, (widow) furnished rooms, 3Hardie 

Place 
BOSWELL S. B. & CO., commission merchants 
and wholesale provision dealers, 317 and 319 
Front 
Boswell S. B., (S. B. Boswell & Co.) dwl 623 

Harrison 
Bosworth George F., compositor News Letter, dwl 

St. Nicholas Hotel 
Bosworth Henry M., teacher music, dwl 1506 Jones 
Bosworth M. B"., dwl 1310 Powell 
Bosworth William, mining stocks, dwl 14 Prospect 

Place 
Bothe Louis, confectioner with George Haas & Co 
Bothwick Robert, porter with Wilmerding & Kel- 
logg, dwl 366 Natoma 
Botroii 'Ferdinand, cabinetmaker with L. & E. 

Emanuel, dwl 3 August Alley 
Botte H., molder iEtna Iron Works, dwl Western 

House 
Bottell Cliarles, shells and pearls, dwl 1320 Stock 
BOTTS (Charles T.) & WISE, ( Tully ^.; at- 
torneys at law, office 402 Montgomery 
Botts Charles T., (Botts <& Wise) dwl 12*7 Kearny 
Bouchard Henry, dwl 435 Green 
Boucher Charles, laboier, dwl S s Bertha nr Beale 
BOUCHER EUGENE, merchant tailor, 537 Sacra- 
mento, dwl 536 Pine 
Boucher James, porter with Hecht Brothers &- Co , 

dwl .550 Stevenson 
Boudan Alcide, laundry, 2111 Mason 
Bouden Thomas, brickl lyer, B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 



Boudin (Louis) & Gleizes, (Benjamin) French 

bakery, 436 Green, rear 
Boudin Louis, upholsterer with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl Mission bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty -sixth 
Boue H. Madame, dressmaker, 1517 Stockton 
Boue Henry, with Ernest Lyons & Co., dwl SW 

cor Stockton and Union 
Boufet Xavier, manufacturer cigars, dwl 5 Virginia 

Place 
Bonffe Ernest, steward, dwl 431 Filbert 
Bough James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bouillon Louis, hairdresser with Lampe Brothere, 

dwl 1717 Mason 
Boukofsky Emil, dwl 215 Minna 
Boukofsky Michael, trader, dwl 297 Clementina 
BoulangeC. J., teacher French, dwl 712 Sutter 
Boulanger John, restaurant, 534 Pacific 
Bouldan Stephen, carpenter, dwl NE cor Butte and 

Vermont 
Boullin N., shoemaker with Donovan Brothers, dwl 

Market bet Third and Fourth 
Boulogne Edward, dwl 1006 Dupont 
Boulon Etienue, dwl 615 Union 
Boulotti Jean, painter, dwl 536 Broadway 
Boult Louis Henry, bookkeeper with Forbes Broth- 
ers & Co., 805 Sansom 
Boumann Charles, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Bourbon Eleonore Mrs., millinery, 237 Sutter 
Bourdin Andre, laborer Vulcan' Iron Works Co., 

dwl 5 Spotford Alley 
Bourgeois Alexander, blacksmith, 630 Broadway 
Bourgin Pierre, machinist, dwl 1332 Dupont 
Bourgoing Alphonse, bookkeeper with Pascal, Du- 

bedat & Co., dwl 1018 Stockton 
Bourguignon August, bootmaker, 1034 Kearny 
Bourke James, watchman P. M. S. S. Great Republic 
Bourman Frederick, clerk, dwl 28 Hunt 
BOURN AVILLI.AM B., capitalist, office SW^ cor 

California and Sansom, dwl 1105 Taylor 
Bourne E. A., dwl 16 Anthony 
BOURNE ELISHA W., secretary Merchants' Mu- 
tual Marine Ins. Co., 406 Cal, dwl 428 Bryani 
Bourne G. M.. water-cure physician, 10 Post 
Bourne John B., bookkeeper with A. P. Hotaling & 

Co., dwl 1018 Pine 
Bourne Richard A., shoemaker with I. M. Weut- 

wortl), dwl 4 Sherwood Place 
Bourne Richard M., clerk with McDonald & Whit- 
ney, dwl cf>r Folsom and Second 
BOURQUIN CHARLES, surgeon dentist and of 

the French Mutual Benef. Society, office and 

dwl 802 Washington 
Bourquin Emile, laborer, dwl NE cor Filbert and 

Leavenworth 
Boursier Edouard, butcher with J. B. Denis, dwl 

1414 Dupont 
Boustield D. J., assayer with Hentscb & Berton, 

527 Clay 
Bousket Frederick, laborer, dwl 507 Mission 
Boussa Eugene, barber, dwl 1515 Stockton 
Boussga Jean, coppersmith with Cliarles W. Smith, 

dwl 222 Pacific 
Boutan L., .shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Boutelle William, clerk, dwl 154 Silver 
Boutes James, barkeeper, 511 Washington, dwl 509 

Washington 
Bouton A. P., miner, dwl 110 Sixth 
BOUTON (Daniel) & SON, (Francis G.) Stock- 
ton Street Livery and Sale Stable, 1016 Stock 
Bouton Daniel, (Bouton Sf Sonj dwl 1011 Stock 
Bouton Francis G., (Bouton & Son) dwl 1011 

Stockton 
Boutter JIarie Mrs., French laundry, N s Hayes bet 

Octavia and Laguna 
Boutz Leon, employe with Brader Bros., dwl 738 

Broadway 
Bouvet Jules, laundry, 716 Vallejo 
Bouwman Bernard, real estate, dwl 1120 Howard 
Bovea William, steward, dwl Niantic Hotel 



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Hovee James S., miner, dwl 012 Lqikin 
Bovee William H., miner, dwl 1515 Powell 
Bovee William R., clerk with Russell <& Hall, dwl 

Niantic Hotel 
Bovyer David, broker, dwl Rnss House 
Bovyer William L., carpenter and builder, 435 Jack- 
son, dwl 625 Sutter 
Bowclier James, fVVood & B.J dwl CC6 Mission 
Bowden John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bowden Joseph, carrier Alta California, dwl 1107 

Filbert 
Bowden S. H. N., sea captain, dwl 148 Silver 
Bowden S. M. Co., (White Pine) office 419 Cal 
Bowden William, bousepainter, dwl 1113 Filbert 
Bowe Frank, brass molder with W. T. Garratt, dwl 

N s Fulton bet Laguna and Octavia 
Bowes J. M., -weigher with McKenua «fe Bro., dwl 

21 Minna 
Bowen Archibald J., stevedore, dwl NE cor Mont- 

gomerv and Alta 
Bowen Asa M., deputy sheriff 8 City Hall, dwl 724 

Lombard 
BOWEN BROS., (Pardon M. Bowen) wholesale 

and retail groceries and provisions, 428, 430, aud 

432 Pine, C.ilifornia Market 
Bowen Clara C. Miss, assistant teacher Denman 

School, dwl 122 Tyler 
Bowen Daniel, shipcarpenter, dwl 103 First 
Bowen Dennis, harnesscleaner with J. B.Dorr, dwl 

Philadelphia House 
Bowen Dennis, hostler with W. Gray & Co., dwl 3 

St. Mary 
Bowen E. C, foreman coining room U. S. B. Mint, 

dwl SWcor Vallejoand Leavenworth 
Bowen Edward, clerk, dwl 536 Sacramento 
^OWE^fEladsit T.)&^hQ>C\]U,fLot D.JEk- 

celsior Livery Stable, 921 and 923 Sutter 
Bowen Eladsit T., (Bowen & SlocumJ dwl 923 

Sutter 
Bowen Frederick, barkeeper with James Turk, dwl 

1011 Battery 
Boweu George H., miller Golden Gate Mills, dwl 

529 Howard 
Boweu James, laborer, dwl 8 Polk 
Bowen James B., butcher Union Market, dwl 737 

Howard 
Bowen J. L. &. Co., (James Hunt) yeast dealers, 

W 8 Mason bet Geary and O'Farrell 
Bowen Joanna (widow) "dwl 272 Tehama, rear 
Bowen Johanna Miss, dressmaker, 71 Natoma 
Bowen John, dwl CJOl Dupont 
Bowen John, brass finisher with M. Dobrzensky, 

dwl N s Minna bet Seventh and Eighth 
Bowen John, stoves and tinware, 112 Seventh 
Bowen Kate, chambermaid Occidental Hotel 
Bowen Jlichael, laborer, dwl 617 Mission 
Bowen Pardon M., (Bowen Brothers) dwl 1139 

Sutter 
Bowen Samuel E., foreman S. F. News Letter, dwl 

SW cor Bush and Hyde 
Bowen Thomas, dwl 92rSutter 
Bower Adolph, cooper Lyon's Brewery, dwl 1822 

Powell 
Bower Christian, laborer, dwl Union bet Franklin 

and Gough 
Bower George, vamisher with Goodwin & Co., dwl 

852 Washington 
Bower George, foreman with H. F. Williams, dwl 

1014 Clay 
Bower Heiman, gilder with Snow & Roos, dwl 108 

Stewart 
Bower Louis, ( F. Hartcnstein Sf Co.) dwl 39 

Fourth 
Bowerman D., carpenter, dwl 18 Third 
Bowers A. B., civil engineer, dwl G27 California 
BOWGAN OWEN, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Bush and Buchanan 
Bowers Warren O., engineer 8tm Pilot, off 220 Clay 
Bowers Alexander, laundry, 73 Minna 



Bowers Benjamin D., expressman SW cor Bush and 

Montgomery, dwl 319 Jessie 
Bowers Eliza E., laundress, dwl 73 Minna 
Bowers E. P., bookkeeper with Geo. B. May & 

Co., dwl 430 Tehama 
Bowers Jacob, shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bowers J. T., local agent Pacific Ins. Co., dwl 722 

Clementina 
Bowers P. T., (widow) dwl 1206 Mason 
Bowers Seth, bricklayer, B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
Bowers T. J., president Ida Ellmore Mining Com- 

panv, office 409 California 
BOWIE AUGUSTUS J., physician and snrgeon, 

office 622 Clay, dwl NW coi Stock and Sutter 
Bowie George W., U. S. Naval Officer, office Cus- 
tom House, bds Lick House 
Bowie Wallace A., porter with J. W. Gale & Co., 

dwl 160 Clara 
Bowlan James, coachman Occidental Hotel, dwl E s 

Bartol nr Broadway 
Bowlen Thomas, driver Rnss House Coaches, dwl 

Russ House 
Bowles George R., carpenter and builder, 203^ Post 
Bowles James, salesman with D. E. Appleton & Co., 

dwl California nr Kearny 
Bowles John, gardener, dwl N s O'Farrell nr Brod- 

erick 
Bowles R., helper Risdon Iron Works 
Bowles. — See Bolles 

Bowley Freeman S., fireman S. F. & S. J. Rail- 
road, dwl Oak nr Franklin 
Bowley Jessie D., civil engineer, dwl Oak nr 

Franklin 
Bowley S. C, (Chase & B.) dwl 423 Bryant 
Bowling James, bricklayer, B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
Bowman A. L., dwl 636 Commercial 
Bowman Amos, editor Mining aud Scientific Press, 

office 414 Clay, dwl 216 Bush 
Bowman Arthur W., real estate, office 523 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 26 Essex 
Bowman C. C, merchant, 728 Mont, room 4 
Bowman Charles E., carpenter, NW cor Eddy and 

Powell, dwl 1211 Turk 
Bownum Charles H., with Californii Steam Navi- 
gation Co., office NE cor Front and Jackson, 
dwl 1 Caroline 
Bowman C. K., carpenter. H. C. Leagne, 25 Post 
Bowman George, conductor Omnibna Railroad 
Bowman George M., messenger Wells, Fargo & 

Co., res Napa 
Bowman Henry, carpenter, dwl Howard House 
Bowman Henry, clerk, dwl 5U7 Mission 
Bowman James, secretary S. F. Post Office, dwl 

1027 Sacramento 
BOWMAN JAMES F., editorial department S. F. 

Chronicle, res Oakland 
Bowman Joel K., money broker, dwl 1.58 Tehama 
Bowman John, groceries and liquors, 523 Union 
Bowman John, milkman, dwl Presidio Road nr 

Baker 
Bowman John, porter with David Mendes, 319 Com 
Bowman John H., blacksmith, dwl SWcor Wash- 
ington and Sanson! 
Bowman John S., (Liehes Sf B.) dwl Nucleus Hotel 
Bowman L., cook P. M. S. S. China 
Bowman Lewis, tailor, dwl 811 Filbert, rear 
Bowman Michael, clerk with John O'Brien &, Co., 

dwl 5.55 Natoma 
Bowman Peter E., bookkeeper with Kennedy & 

Hopkins, dwl 1119 Montgomery 
Bowman Samuel, driver Market Street Railroad, 

dwl S s Linden nr Laguna 
Bowman William, shoemaker, dwl S s Fell nr 

Gough 
Bowman. — See Bouwmnn 
Bowne William F., real estate, dwl 107 Powell 
Bowne William S., ( Wright, Jj- B.) dwl 12b Silver 
Bownes George, express wa^on, cor Fourth and 
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Bowren Townsend, driver engiue No. 2, S. F. F. D., 

dvvNlQBiisli 
Bowtell Sadie Mrs., dwl 224 Kearny 
Box .James, caipenter, dwl E s Dame bet Thirtieth 

and Thirty-first 
Box William, cabinetmaker with W. G. M''eir, dwl 

Golden Gate Hotel 
Boy Michael, foreman %Yith J. B. Kemp 
Boyce Henry, painter with R. H. Orton & Co., dwl 

44fi Braiman 
Boyce James, express wagon, cor Drnrnm and Com 
Boyce James E.. street car advertiser, 517 Clay, 

' dwl 1 South Park Avenue 
Boyce John, boatman, dwl Marine Reporters' Office, 

Meii,^!i8' Wharf 
Boyce Jolin, coremaker, dwl 11.5 First 
Boyce John, laborer, dwl 28 Minna 
Boyce John, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl 316 

O'Farrell, rear 
Boyce Mary, Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 1320 Stockton 
Boyce Samuel, with Thomas Boyce, 30 Merchants' 

Exchange, dwl St. Nicholas 'Hotel 
BOYCE THOMAS, advertising and newspaper 

agency, 30 Merch Exchange dwl 526 Bi-yant 
Bovce. — See Boise 

BOYD (Alexander) &. DAVIS, f Jacob Z.J capital- 
ists, ofhce 321 Front 
Boyd Alexander, (Boyd Sf DavisJ dwl NW cor 

Powell and Sutter 
Boyd Alexander, seaman, bds 20 Commercial 
Boyd Colin M., clerk, dwl 917 Jones 
Boyd David, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Boyd Edward, plumber. Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Boyd George R., foreman Fashion Stables, dwl 

American Exchange Hotel 
Boyd G. W., captain bark Wm. H. Gawley, dwl 

S s Columbia bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Boyd Henrv C, clerk with Buker & Co., dwl 143 

Third ' 
Boyd Henry C, proprietor Niantic Hotel, NW cor 

Clay and Sansom, and deputy sheriff, Ciiy Hall 
Boyd H. H., dwl Occidental Hotel 
Boyd James, boatman, Vallejo Street Wharf, dwl 

' Alta bet Sansom and Montgon)ery 
Boyd James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Boyd James, machinist, dwl 350 Third 
Boyd James, stevedore, dwl 1820 Stockton 
Boyd James, stonecutter, dwl 1404 Hyde 
Boyd James T., (McCnlloiigh & B.J attorney at 

law, office NW cor Kearny and Commercial, 

dwl 240 Montgomery 
Boyd J. C, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Boyd John, boatman Merchants' Exchange Associa- 
tion, dwl Meiggs' Wharf 
Boyd John, drayman, dwl 14 Willow Avenue 
Boyd John M., carpenter, dwl .509 Howard 
Boyd Joseph C, salesman with Henry Hughes, dwl 

142 Clara 
Boyd Michael, foreman with J. B. Kemp 
Boyd Oliver D. , deputy assessor City and County, 

dwl 216 Francisco 
Boyd Owen, teamster, dwl N s Mission bet Stewart 

and Spear 
Boyd Theodore C, publisher, wood engraver, and 

stationer, 125 Kearny, dwl 713 Tnylor 
Boyd Thomas W., machinist ^tna Iron Works, dwl 

lOSi O'Farrell 
Boyd William, cook with John Reagan, dwl NE 

cor Dupont and Francisco 
Boyd William M., manufacturer yeast powders, 317 

Washington, and pressman coiners' department 

U. S. Branch Mint, dwl SW cor Cal and Mason 
Boye George, miller Golden Gate Mill, dwl 9 Lewis 
Boye Otto, proprietor Mountain Spring House, dwl 

Corbet Street Road 
Boyenvan E., machinist, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Boyer Christian, shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's 

Hall 



Boj'er Joseph, machinist, dwl 27 Minna 
Boyer Julius, expresswagon, 620 Vallejo 
Boyer Louis W„ salesman with Bowen Brothers, 

dwl 653J Mission 
Boyer William, lamplighter S. F. Gas Co 
Boyer William, shoemaker, dwl 36 Russ, rear 
Boyes Charles, merchant tailor and boys' clothing, 

222 Kearny 
Boyes Charles, waiter with E. Stoetzer, dwl cor 

Third and Berry 
Boyhan John, carriagetrimmer with Pollard & Car- 

vill, dwl 443 Natoma 
Boyhan Patrick, carriagetrimmer with Pollard & 

Carvill, dwl 333 Bush 
Boylan Michael, laborer with S. F. Gas Co., dwl 

' 568 Mission 
Boylan Patrick, laborer, dwl 165 Minna 
Boylan Patrick, laborer, dwl 441 Clementina 
Boylan William, tailor, dwl 811 Filbert, rear 
Boyle Ann, (widow) boarding 212 Post 
BoVie Arthur, boilermaker, Risdou Iron Works, 

■ dwl 132 First 
Boyle Bridget (widow) dwl 431 Stevenson 
Boyle Daniel, mason, dwl 333 Bush 
Boyle David, agent, dwl 247 Stevenson 
Boyle Edvi'ard, carpenter, dwl 534 Folsom 
Boyle Edward, porter with Eggers A; Co., dwl -522 

Tehama 
Boyle Edward P., furrier with Adolph Muller, dwl 

N 8 Eddy bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Boyle George, waiter, Lick House 
BoVle Hannah, (widow) dwl 1821 Stockton 
BoVle H. C, dwl Niantic Hotel 
BOYLE HENRY, mining secretary, office 10 

Stevenson's Building, dwlNW cor Stockton and 

Pacific 
Bovle H\ijih A., clerk Mayor City and County, 2 

' City Hall, dwl 827 Washington 
Boyle Jas, ho.stler N. B. & M. R. R. dwl 217 Perry 
Boyle James, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl Es 

Capp nr Twenty-fourth 
Boyle James, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl SW 

cor Welsh and Fourth 
Boyle James, linnenman P. M. S. S. Japan 
Boyle James, plasterer, bds 423 Bush 
Boyle James, seaman, dwl 830 Broadway 
Boyle John, dwl 537 Third 
Boyle John, carpenter, dwl 534 Folsom 
Boyle John, laborer, dwl 409 Greenwich, rear 
Boyle John, painter, dwl .353 Jessie 
Boyle John, real estate agent, office 35 Merchants' 

Exchange, res Alameda 
Boyle John, shoemaker, dwl 1.58 First, rear 
Boyle Lawrence, teamster with Black Diamond Coal 

Co., dwl 117 Welsh 
Boyle Lizzie Miss, (Firmoiski Sc B.J dwl 534 

Folsom 
Boyle Mauian, gardener, dwl 728 Market 
Boyle Mai'ia, (widow) dwl N s Green nr Hyde 
Boyle Mary Miss., seamstress with Adolph Muller, 

" dwl N W cor Steiner and Ellis 
Boyle ^lichael, barkeeper Manhattan House, dwl 

707 Front 
Boyle Michael, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill 
Boyle Patrick, carpenter, dwl W s Ohio bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo 
Boyle Patrick, fireman P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Boyle Peter, molder iEtna Iron Works, dwl 55 

Natoma 
Boyle Robert, farmer S s Ocean House Road nr 

Ocean House 
Boyle Stephen J., housesmith with John R. Sims, 

dwl SW cor Second and Minna 
Boyle Thomas, ship joiner, dwl NE cor Bush and 

" Laguna 
Boyle Thomas, waiter Union Club, 403 Montgomery 
Boyle Timothy, longshoreman, dwl 217 Perry 
Boyle William, varnisher with W. G. Weir, dwl 

Hayes bet Larkin and Polk 



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Boyle William, -waiter What Cheer House Eestaa- 

' rant 
Boyle William A., dentirt, offic« 653 Clay, dwl 1821 

Stockton 
Boylen Benuird. laborer with Lake Vineyard Wine 

' Company, dwl 16 Auhurn 
Boylen Clmrles, Iniits, 1409 Stockton, dwl NW cor 

Powell ;ind Green 
Boyien James, laborer, dwl N s Fulton bet Octavia 

and Lacuna 
I Boylen Joseph, watchman U. S. Assistant Treas- 
nrer's office 
Boylen Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Boyliiij; Thomas, captain ship Isaac Jeans, dwl 312 

Eighth 
Bovne George, clerk Examiner Office, dwl Codman 

' Place nr Wasiiington 
Boyne Joseph, laborer, dwl Codman Place 
Boyne Thomas, proprietor Union Sailors' Home, 45 

' Vallc)o 
Boynton B., boilemiaker, dwl 513 Mission 
BoVnton Charles E., carriageniaker with M. W. 

■ Allen & Co.. dwl .549 Bryiint 

Boynron Daviu AI., bntcher, Union Market, dwl 737 

Howard 
Boyuton G. F, joiner P. M. S. S. Co's Wharf 
Boynton L;imour A., depnty collector U. S. Internal 

Revenue, dwl 731 Cahifoniia 
Boynton Lewis A., clerk, dwl 731 California 
Bovutoii S. S., housepainter, E. H. L., Dashaway 

■ Hall 

Boynton Underbill, butcher. Union Market, dwl 

" 77fi Howard 
Boysen Ciiarles. liatB and caps, 316 Kearny 
Boyseii Charles M., clerk with Charles Boysen, 316 

Kearnv 
Boysen Julius, hatter, 514 Pine 
Boysen Larry, lauudryman, dwl NW cor Turk and 

Filniore* 
Boysen William, waiter, dwl 615 Commercial 
Bovsion John, barkeeper Charter Oak, dwl 510 

■ Bryant 

Bozio B. K.)lland, clerk, dwl 11 Kearnv 
Bozzo Etiianuele, (Joullin Sf B J dwl" 1422 Powell 
Braak Ernst, ship carpenter, bds 39 Jackson 
Braceland Michael, shipjoiner, dwl 24 Minna 
Brach George A., confectionery, 522 Kearny 
Brach John, confectioner with George A. Bi-dch, 522 

Kearny 
Brack Oswald, shoemaker, SE cor Franklia and 

Austin 
Bracken George, clerk with C. E. McCuskerfc Co., 

dwl X s BusIj nr Stockton 
Bracken Peter, barkeeper with T. W. Bailey, dwl 

550 Mission 
Bracket! C. A. B., clerk with Ernest Brand, dwl 117 

Perry 
Bracket! J. B.. carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bracket! Joseph G., dwl 1514 Hyde 
I Bracket! Joseph G. Jr., miller National Mills, dwl 

811 Filbert 
Bracket! Waher P., flour packer, dwl 730 Union 
\mi\CKEYY { William L.J &. KEYES, fO. H.J 

S!ewait Street Maiket, 50 Stewart 
I Bracket! William L., (Brackett Sf KeyesJ dwl E B 

Taylor bet O'Farrell and Geary 
Brackii'i Anna MLss, dressmaker, dwl 820 Jackson 
Brackman Charles, mate stm Capital. C. S. N. Co 
Braconnier<je<irge, upholsterer, dwl SVVcor Dupont 

and Broadway 
Braconnier Louis, upholsterer, dwl 721 Pacific 
Bracv Rebecca, (widow) (colored) dwl S s Caroline 

Place 
Bradbury Building, 52 Second 

Bradbury L. J., assistant engineer P. M. S. S. China 
Bradbury N. F., carpenter, dwl NW cor Bush and 

Van Ness Avenue 
Bradbury William J., (California Soap Co.) dwl 

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Bradbury William T., physician, office and dwl S s 

Twenty-second bet Folsom and Shotwell 
Braddock William, carriage painter, dwl 118 Sac 
Braddon Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Braden Kate Miss, dressmaker, dwl Pierce bet Eddy 

and Turk 
BRADEN THOMAS, contractor, dwl SW cor Pierce 

and Eddy 
Brader Ann, (widow! dwl 740 Broadway 
Brader Brothers, fChristian and Peter) Excelsior 

Soda Factory. 73S Broadway 
Brader ChristianVfi'""'^cr B/-ox.7dwl 740 Broadway 
Brader Heniy. agent Brader Bros., dwl 736 Bdwy 
Brader Louis, driver with Brader Bros., dwl 740 

Broadway 
Brader Peter,' f Brader Bros.) 740 Broadway 
Bradford C. H., captain brig Curlew, oHice room 5, 

610 Fro!!t 
Bradford George B., real estate agent, dwl 65 

Tehama 
Bradford James O., messenger Welle, Fargo & Co., 

dwl 933 Sacramento 
Bradford Joseph F.. clerk, dwl 65 Tehama 
Bradford Otey, clerk with Wells, Fargo k Co., dwl 

933 Sacramento 
Bradford Thomas H., ( Fkming ^ B.) dwl 65 

Tehama 
Bradford William Sc Co., (Thomaa Donnelh) car- 
penters and builders. 554 Mission 
Bradford William, (William Bradford & C7o.;dwl 

S s Twentieth nr Dolores 
Bradford Woodbury, compositor, dwl N s Winters 

Lane nr Mason 
Bradigan Hugh, hackman N s Plaza, dwl 369 Jessie 
Brading Henry, cook, dwl 1 10 Leidesdoi-if 
Bradlee Frank, driver Market Street Railroad 
Bradley Anna Mrs., cloakraaker, dwl 560 Mission 
Bradley Arthur, cook, dwl 135 Folsom 
Bradley Benjamin, lauudryman White's Laundry, 

26 'Harriet 
Bradley Bernard, painter with Patrick Nealan, dwl 

Ellis bet Laguna and Buchanan 
Bradley Charles, laborer, dwl 247 Perry 
Bradley Daniel, laborer vrith J. B. Kemp 
Bradley Edward, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Bradley Edward, laborer, dwl New St. Charles 

Hotel 
Bradley Eliza Mrs., furnished rooms, 1014 and 1016 

Stockton 
Bradley E. P. Mrs., assistant teacher Denman 

School, dwl 35 Tehama 
BRADLEY (George L.Jfc COCKRILL ( Theodore 

G.) importers and jobbers liquors, 521 Front 
Bradlev George L., (Bradley Sf CockrillJ dwl 15 

Ta'vlor 
BRADLEY (Henry W. ) & RULOFSON. (Wil- 
liam H.J photographic art gallery, 429 Mont- 

goiuerv cor Sacrame^o 
BRADLEY HENRY W., importer photographic 

andaiiibrotyfie materials 620 V\d\ ^ and Bradley 

<t R'llof.ioit) res Alameda 
Bradley Hugh, plasterer, dwl cor Mason and Bdwy 
Bradley John (Doherty Sf B.y dwl 15 Second 
Bradley John, laborer Dexter Stable 
Bradle'yJohn J., clerk with William M. Pierson, 

dwl 8 Minna 
Bradley Nicholas, plasterer, dwl Bush Street House 
Bradle'v Otho I., blacksmith with Saul &. Co., dwl 

207 Clara 
Bradley Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bradley Patrick, musician, dwl 2 Dorland 
Bradley Richard B., (colored) porter, dwl 7;;! Bdwy 
Bradley Samuel, pattenimaker ..Etna Iron Works, 

dwl Goodsell Place nr First 
Bradlev Theodore, principal Boys' High School, 

dwl 34 Tehama 
Bradlev Thomas, barkeeper, dwl 49 Everett 
Bradley Thomas \W., (Savin Sf B.) dwl NE cor 

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Bradley Williatn, watchman with W. E. Bridge, dwl 

f)()H Howard 
Bradly O.. luiinter, dwl 507 Mission 
Bradoek William, hoiseshoer with Omnibus R. R., 

dwl 211 Tehama 
Bradon Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bradrick Isaac, local anent Washington Life Insur- 
ance Co., dwl 113 Dora 
Bradshaw Edward L., miner, dwl 107 Sansom 
Bradshaw George H., bookkeeper with Blake, Rob- 

biiis &, Co., dwl 8-22 Post 
Bradshaw H. B., blacksmith with Nelson & Doble, 

dwl 1008 Jackson 
Bradshaw Lewis, carpenter, dwl cor Second and 

Stevenson 
Bradshaw Richard, with William W. Tucker, 856 

Howard, dwl 16 Welsh 
Bradshaw Samuel C, dwl 822 Post 
Bradshaw Samuel C. Jr., dwl 822 Post 
BradsliHW Tiuell T., (Gladwin & Co.) res Oakland 
BRAUSTRKET J. M. & )iO^,( Mercantile Agency, 
New Yurkj .M. M. Soria general manager Pa- 
ciKc Coast, office SW cor Cal and Battery 
Bradt Byron, clerk, dwl 460 Minna 
Bradt C", driver Market Street Railroad 
Bradt John A., carpenter, dwl 424 Stevenson 
Bradt Michael, laborer, dwl E s Sumner nr Folsom 
Brady Alice E. Miss, tailoress, dwl 1240 Bush 
Brady Benjamin, general merchandise, 311 Com- 
mercial, dwl 628 Vallejo 
Brady Bernard, clerk with John B. Sbarboro, dwl 

SW cor Fifth and Folsom 
Brady Charles B., molder Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

545 Howard 
Brady Daniel, baker, dwl 331 Tehama 
Brady Daniel, deck hand C S. N. Co. stm Yosemite 
Brady Dennis, helper, dwl 51 Stevenson 
Brady Dennis, laborer with James P. Pierce 
Brady D. P., laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brady Francis, deck hand C. S. N. Co. stm Cornelia 
Brady Francis, shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Brady Fr.ink, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brady George M., waiter New York Bakery 
Brady Heiny J., attorney at law, office 53i> Califor- 
nia, d wf 1 42.'> Hyde " 
Brady H. J , milkman, dwl S s Ash nr Laguna 
Brady Hugh, laborer, dwl 519 Mission 
Brady Hugh, waiter, dwl 541 First 
Brady Jaines S., (Brady 4- Brndy) dwl 9 Sumner 
Brady James, blacksmith with J. R. Sims, dwl 

S 8 Hinckley nr Dnpont 
Brady James, helper with Thomas Day, dwl 1402 

Stockton 
Brady James, iron-railingmaker, dwl 1414 Wash- 
ington, rear 
Bradv James, metal roofer, M. R. E. H. League, 3.52 

Bush 
Brady James G., compositor, dwl W s Jones bet 

Filliert and Greenwich 
Brady J. M., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Brady John, dwl 15 Sutter 
Brady John, blacksmith with John R. Sims, dwl 

29 Hinckley 
Brady John, boilermaker Risdon Iron Works, dwl 

349 Tehama 
Brady John, cooper with Kerrins &. Co., dwl S s 

Tehama bet Eighth and Ninth 
Brady John, fireman P. M. S. S. Constitution 
Brady John, laborer with Hobbs, Gilmore &, Co., 

dwl Front bet Jackson and Pacific 
Brady John, painter, dwl NE cor Howard and 

Stewart 
Brady John, seaman, dwl 66 Natoma 
Brady John, waiter Occidental Hotel 
Brady John, waiter P. M. S. S. Montana 
Brady John, waiter with John Reagan 
Brady (John C.) & Brady, (James 6'.^ oysterstand 

Occidental Market 
Brady John C, (Brady & Brady) dwl 254 Perry 



Brady John J., proprietor Central House, 814 and 

816 Sanson) 
Brady John R., laborer, dwl 160 Jessie 
Hrady John T., clerk, dwl 720 California 
Brady Kale, seaman, dwl 131 Felsom 
Brady M., miner, dwl 317 Jessie 
Brady M. A. Miss, assistant teacher Eighth Street 

Primary School, dwl 423 Minna 
Brady Jliirtiu, laborer, dwl 1414 Washington, rear 
Brady Martin, laborer, dwl S s Hinckley nr Dnpont 
Brady Martin, teamster with Black Diamond Coal 

Co., dwl Third nr Brannan 
Brady Mary Mrs., hat triuimer, dwl 1320 Stockton 
Brady Matthew, driver steamer No. 5, S. F. F. D., 

dwl 1219 Stockton 
Brady Matthew, steward steamer Orifliamme, dwl 

S s Grove nr Gough 
Brady Michael, barkeeper with James Connolly, 

dwl 14 Kearny 
Brady Michael, blacksmith with C. Nutting, dwl 

N s Russell bet Hyde and Larkin 
Brady Michael, butchei- with Smith, Brown & Co., 

dwl cor Gilbert and Brannan 
Brady Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brady Michael, laborer, dwl 116 Pacilic 
Brady Michael, miner, dwl 238 Clara 
Brady Michael, stone and wood yard, 1814 Powell 
Brady Nicholas, marble polisher with T. Morgan, 

dwl 416 Stevenson 
Brady Owen, driver Russ House Coaches, dwlRuss 

House 
Brady Owen, hostler, dwl NW cor Market and 

Laguna 
Brady Patrick, laborer, dwl 304 Beale 
Brady Patrick, laborer, dwl 311 Clementina 
Brady Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Dolores bet Twen- 
ty-first and Twenty -second 
Brady Patiick, laborer Bi-aunan Street Warehouse, 

dwl Main nr Harrison 
Brady Patrick, porter with James Mears, dwl 1711 

Stockton 
Brady Patrick, tinsmith, dwl 17 Garden 
Brady Patrick, waiter Russ House 
Brady Patrick F., upholsterer with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl 625 Bush 
Brady Peter, longshoreman, dwl 129 Folsom 
Brady Peter, longshoreman, dwl 317 Beale 
Brady Peter, shoemaker with Marks &. Calisher 
Brady Philip, blacksmith Risdon Iron Works, dwl 

cor Beale and Mission 
Brady Philip, driver, dwl E s Gilbert bet Brannan 

and Towusend 
Brady Philip, gilder, dwl Natoma nr Seventh 
Brady Philip, seaman, dwl 20 Folsom 
Brady Philip, shoemaker, dwl 28 Minna 
Brady Philip, surveyor, dwl 507 Bryant 
Brady Robert, groceries and liquors, E s Valencia 

bet Fourteenth and Ridley 
Brady Robert, plumber, Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Brady (TerreaceJ &. O'Neill, (Timothy) plumbers 

and gasfitteib. 835 Washington 
Brady Terrence. (Brady Sf O'NeiU) res Oakland 
Brady Terrence, tinsmith with J. J. O'Shea, dwl N 

s' Green nr Stockton 
Brady Thomas, dwl Central House 
Brady Thomas, bricklayer, dwl 3.^3 Clementina 
Brady Thomas, conductor Central R. R., dwl 423 

Slinna 
Brady Thomas, drayman, 204 Sansom, dwl SE cor 

Jackson and Larkin 
Brady Thos., laborer, dwl W s Taylor bet Union and 

Green 
Brady Thomas, laborer Front Street O. & M. R. R 
Brady Thomas A., driver with Deeth, Starr & 

Campbell, dwl NE cor California and Polk 
Brady Thomas H., hairdresser with S. Monks, dwl 

W s Dolores nr Twenty-third 
Brady T. J., solicitor Peoples Insurance Co., 16 
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Brady William, boilermaker Eiedon Iron Works, 

dwi 209 Clara 
Brady Willi;ini, teatneter with R. &. J. Morton, dwl 

NE cor Ellis and Taylor 
Brady William J., black'smith with C. S. Nav. Co., 

dwl 1(30 Jessie 
Brady Winifred Mrs., liqnor saloon, 116 Pacific 
Braejf Uichard, cashier with Morris Speyer, dwl 924 

Stockton 
Braendiein George, cabinetmaker with C. Suckow, 

dwl 814 Montgomery 
Bragatto Michelle, cofiee saloon, NE cor Clay and 

Drnmm 
BRAGG GEORGE F. & CO., commission mer- 
chants and agents Benicia Cement Co., 116 

Front. 
Bragg, (Georfre F.) Caduc (Philip) & Ferderer, 

V VVinia7n) proprietors Steam Soda Worlis, .530 

Pacific 
Bragg George F., (George F. Bragg ,^- Co., and 

Bragg, Caduc & Ferderer) dwl Occidental 

Hotel 
Bragg Mary J. Miss, principal Tyler Street School, 

dwl 317 jMaiu 
BRAGG ROBERT, manufacturer steering wheels, 

Ws Main bet Folsomand Hariison 
Braid Ciiae., carpenter, dwl Atnerican Exchange 
Brainard Heury C, carrier Alta California, dwl 22 

Stockton 
Brainard Richard, salesman with Redington, Hos- 

tetter & Co., dwl 603 Geary 
Braley George A., tobacco and cigars, NW cor Jack- 
sou and Davis, dwl 316 Davis 
Bralley Putrick, peddler, dwl SW cor Beale and 

Howard 
Bramall George, secretary Temperance Legion, dwl 

36 Tehama 
Braman Jason J., physician, office and dwl 3I8| 

Hayes 
Branier'W'illiam, teamster with Lyon & Co., dwl 

145 Jessie 
Bramlett William, teamster City and County Alms 

House 
Bramwell Aaron, longshoreman, dwl W s Sansom 

bet Union and Filbert 
Branch ( William) & Bergen, (Adrian) restaurant, 

518 Pad He 
Branch William, (Branch & Bergen) dwl 172.3 

Leavenworth 
Brand August, cabinetmaker with Miller & Rohr, 

dwl Cur Jessie iind Ecker 
BRAND (Eric A.J & CONLON, (.John) groceries, 

liquors and ship stores, 131 Third 
Brand Eric A., (Brand & CuulonJ dwl 648 Howard 
Brand Ernest, cigars and tobacco, 231 Bush, dwl 17 

Park Avenue 
Brand Eiienne, brassfinisher with W. T. Garratt, 

dwl cor Octavia and McAllister 
Brand Heniy, peddler, dwl 41 Natoma 
Brand Henry L., jeweler with D. \V. Laird, dwl 41 

Natoma 
BRAND HERMAN, manufacturer cigars and deal- 
er leiif tobacco, 30 J Battery, dwl 406 Sixth 
Brand Herman J., ( Henrici & B.) dwl 120 Fourth 
Brand John, carpenter, dwl 404 Stockton 
Brand John B., carpenter, dwl 23 Park Avenue 
Brand John G., hairdresser with Stable & Held, dwl 

■'326 Broadway 
Brand Jonas, jeweler with Henrici & Brand, dwl 

706 Pine 
Brand Louis, bootmaker, 820 Montgomery 
Brand Lucien, clerk with A. E. Sabatie & Co., res 

Alameda 
Brand T. G., cabinetmaker with Schroder & Co., 

dwl Park Avenue 
Brandan Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brandenstein Herman, clerk, dwl 619 Geary 
Brandenstein Joseph, (A. S. Roscnbatim & Co.) 

dwl 121 Eddy 



Brandenstein M. & Co., (L. Godchayix) wholesale 

cattle butchers, W s Potrero Avenue nr Bran- 
nan St. Bridge, office 319 Sacramento 
Brandenstein Meyer, (M. Brnndenniiin & Co.) 

office 319 Sacramento, dwl 711 O Farrell 
Brander Herman, barkeeper 225 Clay, dwl 812 

Jackson 
BRANDER JOHN S., liquor saloon, 225 Clay, dwl 

1313 Montgomery 
Brandhofer Michael, "merchant tailor, 513 Kearny, 

dwl 612 California, rear 
Brandon C, watchman dry dock, dwl Hunters Pt 
Brandon Henry, tinsmith with Thomas Bertram, 

dwl SE Sixth and Folsom 
Brandon Joseph li.,fGrey i^' -^l attorney at law, 

office 604 Merchant, dwl N s Liberty nr Valencia 
Brandon Michael, driver with R. Smith, dwl Bryant 

nr Fourth 
Brandon Patrick, laborer, dwl .558 Bryant 
Brands James, (Hinckley £f C'o.y dwl 15 Clementina 
Brandt Ahloid, tailor with Gustaf Traulner, 615 

Washington 
BRANDT ALOIS, proprietor California Hide De- 
pot, 11 and 13 Broadway 
Brandt Alonzo, boilermaker Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 178 Perry 
Brandt Bernard L., house and sign painter, 303 

Battery, dwl SW cor Van Ness Av and Geary 
Brandt Felix, dwl 1703 Dupont 
Brandt Frederick, lithotrraphic printer with G. T. 

Brown & Co., dwl 750 Mission 
Brandt George E., sailmaker, dwl 112 Virginia 
Brandt Isaac B. L., clerk with Whiting, Naphtaly & 

Neumann, dwl SW cor Van Ness Avenue and 

Geary 
Brandt Jacob, cigarmaker with E. Goslinsky &, Co., 

dwl 818 Montgomei-y 
Brandt John, barber, dwl 428 Broadway 
Brandt L. B., clerk with J. T. Heluiken & Co., dwl 

SW cor Van Ness Avenue and Geary 
Brandt Leonard, drayman with William Dames, 

dwl 428 Broadway 
Brandt Maurice, salesman with Colman Bros., dwl 

820 Montgomery 
Brandt Otto & Co., (Emil Znnge) groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Mason and Market 
Brandt Otto, (Qito Brandt & Co.) dwl NE cor 

Mason and Market 
Branegan James A., clerk, dwl 433 Vallejo 
Branger Jean, Louisiana Rotisserie, 907 Dupont 
Brangon Richard U.,(T. H. Hatch Sf C'o.y bds 

Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Brauigan Mary Miss, dressmaker, dwl 307 Green 
Braningan Timothy, laborer with McAfee, Spiers 

«fe Co., dwl 164 Jessie 
Brann Alplieus C, sailmaker, dwl 1 Perry 
Brann C. H. F., teller with B. Davidson'& Co., res 

Oakland 
Brann Lorin, groceries and meat market, NW cor 

Illinois and Napa 
Brann Alpheus C, sailmaker, dwl 1 Perry 
Brann Robert C, sailmaker, dwl 1 Perry" 
Brannan Andrew, painter, dwl 129 Folsom 
Brannan B., shoemaker, dwl 317 Bush 
Brannan Bridget Mrs., tailoress, dwl 1221 Pacific 
Brannan Charles, waiter, dwl 535 First' 
Brannan Heniy, clerk, dwl 507 Mission 
Brannan James, dwl 46 Louisa 
Brannan James, laborer S. V. Water Works 
Brannan. James, mattrassmaker with Goodwin & 

Co., dwl Clay bet Baker and Broderick ^ 
Brannan Jesse F., carpenter with William Kreger, 

dwl 81 Natoma 
Brannan John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
BRANNAN JOHN, liquor saloon, 535 First 
Brannan JohuC, expressman, dwl 18 Harlan Place 
Brannan John E., clerk, dwl 524 Geary 
Brannan John J., janitor Lincoln School, dwl 16 

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Brannan Julia Mrs., furnished rooms, 709 Vallejo 
Braiinan M., ship carpenter, dwl S 8 Harrisou bet 

Maiu and Spear 
Brannan Margaret Mrs., boarding, cor Green and 

Battery 
Brannan Martin, molder Empire Foundry, dwl 571 

Bryant 
Brannan Martin, porter with Steinhart Brothers & 

Co., dwl 5 Lafayette Place 
Brannan Mary, (widow) dwl SE cor Santa Clara 

and Utah " 
Brannan Mary F. Mrs., dwl 524 Geary 
Brannan Nicholas L., shoemaker, dwr4l5 Powell 
Brannan Patrick, horseshoeing, 33 Webb, dwl S\V 

cor Guerrero and Sixteenth 
Brannan Patrick, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill 
Brannan P. B., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Brannan P. C, dwl 753 Mission 
Brannan Richard, rigger, dwl 106 Natoma 
Brannan Samuel, dwl 317 First 
BRANNAN SAMUEL, real estate, office 420 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 926 Clay 
Brannan Thomas, bootmaker with Buckingham & 

Hecht, dwl 1318 Jackson 
Brannan Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W 

8 Kentucky nr Irwin 
Brannan Thomas, shoemaker with Donovan Broth- 
ers, dwl 41 Minna 
Brannan Thomas C, dwl cor Folsom and Moss 
Brannan Timothy, coachman with J. O. Earl, dwl 

34 Essex 
Brannan Timothy, laborer, dwl 439 Minna 
Brannan William, dwl 34 Minna 
Brannan William, laborer, dwl S s McAllister nr 

Laguna 
Brannen John, shoemaker, dwl E s Valencia bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Brannigan William, collector, dwl 10 Anthony 
Branning Augustus, laborer, dwl 232 Fremont 
Branning Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Braunou Elizabeth Mrs., dwl S s Union nr Battery 
Brannon John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brannon Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brannon William B., sawyer Mech. Mill and 31. 

Co., dwl Harrison nr Main 
Branscheid William, (G. Weber & Co. J dwl 820 

Pacific 
Branson Ware, sailmaker with Blakiston &l Ber- 
wick, dwl 18 Hampton Place 
Brant August, cabinetmaker, dwl 33 Jessie, rear 
Brant J. Frank, lithographer with G. T. Brown, 

dwl 950 Mission 
, Brant J. H., dravman with C. C. Wilson & Co., 
! dwl 329 Eddy 

Brant William P!, bricklayer, dwl 1831) Jones 
Brarens Frederick, {Bierschwale & B.J dwl 731 

Mission 
Brarerty Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Brasche George H., local policeman, dwl 405 Third 
Brash Eliza Mrs., dwl 9.30 Howard 
Brash John, printer. Eureka Typo. Rooms, 539 W;ish 
Brash William F., carpenter with Canirell, Dell & 

Co., dwl cor Pacific and Van Ness Avenue 
Brashmin Richard, shoemaker with I. M. Went- 

worth, dwl cor Market and Oak 
Brask Charles, liquor saloon, S s Jackson bet Davis 

and Drumm 
Brastow Solomon D., traveling agent Wells, Fargo 

& Co., dwl 137 Montgomery 
Brauer Alois, ( F. Hess &Co.) dwl 722 Union 
Brauer A. W., teacher nuisic, dwl 54 Third 
Brauer John, cabinetmaker, dwl 834 Vallejo 
Branman A., peddler, dwl SE cor Oak and Octavia 
Bmun Adolph, dwl E s Margaret Place 
Braun A. F. H., locksmith with Joseph Bien, dwl 

cor Union and Dupont 
Braun Charles J., teacher German, dwl .503 Green- 
wich 



Braun Edward, dwl 236 Sutter 

Braun John, stonecutter, bds 423 Bush 

Braun Z. W., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 

Branning John, dwl NW cor Twenty-second and 

Folsom 
BRAVERMAN (Louiaj & LEVY, (John) import- 
ers and retailers watches, jewelry, diamonds, 

silverware, etc., 119 Montgomery 
Braverman Louis, (Braverman if Levy), dwl 322 

Mason 
Braverman Max, watchmaker with Braverman & 

Levy, dwl 313 Taylor 
Bray Deunis E., grain" sampler with Isaac Friedlan- 

der 
Bray Henry T.. carpenter, dwl N s Oregon nr Front 
Bray John," dwl 333 Bush 
BRAY (John G.J &. BROTHER, (Watson A. 

Bray J commission merchants and agents Alviso 

Flour Mills, 226 Clay 
Bray John G., (Bray lif Bro.) resides Santa Clara 
Bray Michael, bootmaker, 212 Fourth 
Bra'y Watson A., (Bray Sf Bra.) res San Antonio, 

Alameda Co 
Brayton Albert P., (Goddard & Co.) res Oakland 
Brazil Antonio, longshoreman, dwl W s Sansom bet 

Union and Green 
Brazoni Julius, fisherman, dwl W s Gaveu bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Brazzle George, longshoreman, dwl 815 Harrison 
Bready James, laborer, dwl 214 Broadway 
Breckenfeld Augustus H., clerk delivery depart- 
ment Wells, Fargo & Co., dwl Russ House 
Breckle Frederick, brewer, dwl NW cor Mason and 

Broadway 
Breckle Gottlieb, Mason Street Brewery, NW cor 

Mason and Broadway 
Breckwald Rebecca, (widow) dwl NE cor Grove 

and Octavia 
Brene Celeste Mrs., dwl 1324 Kearny 
Bredhoii' (Henry) & Suhling, (Henry H.) liquor 

saloon, 423 East 
Bredbotf Henry, (Bredkoff Sf Suhling) dwl 1508 

Powell 
Bree John H., brassiinisher with T. F. Griffith, dwl 

439 Natoma 
Bree John H. jr., brasstinisher with W. T. Garratt, 

dwl 439 Natoma 
Bree Thomas W., minstrel Alhambra Theater, dwl 

439 Natoma 
BREED (D. C.) & CHASE, (A. J.) groceries, pro- 
visions, and case goods, NE cor Clay and Bat 
Breed Daniel C, (Breed & Chase) dwl Clay bet 

Van Ness Avenue and Franklin 
Breed Edward A., bookkeeper with Wallace & 

Peckham, dwl 6 Brenham Place 
Breed Henry Ij., ( Tilden if B.) dwl 1014 Stockton 
Breed James F., clerk, dwl 1009 Powell 
Breen Chris., coalpasser P. M. S. S. Montana 
Breeu Ellen Miss, hairdresser, dwl 224 Fourth 
Breen Janies, plumber with G. &- W. Snook, dwl 

81 Stevenson 
Breeu John, conductor, dwl 130 Second 
Breen John, /^y./'.iVea^/e Sf Co.; dwl 628 Post 
Breen Kate Miss, tailoress with Simon Reinstein, 

dwl cor Bryant and Bryant Avenue 
Breen Michael J., newspaper carrier, dwl 431 Bryant 
Breeu Patrick, laundryman Occidental Hotel 
Breen Peter, laundryman Occidental Hotel, dwl 269 

Stevenson 
Breen Thomas, machinist, dwl N s Market bet La- 
guna and Buchanan 
Breeu William, lab. Lab. League, Dashaway Hail 
Breen William, hostler 213 Pine, dwl 642^ JMission 
Breen William, saddler with Jos. Hamilton, dwl 74 

Tehama 
Breese Joseph C, salesman with Snow & Roos, 

dwl 22 John 
BREEZE CHARLES K., phvsician, office 6-39 

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Breeze Louis A., {Lowry, B. Sf Co.) dwl 961 Har 
Breeze Thomas, (Mur-phy, Grant & Co., and P. F. 

Lovghran Sr Co.) dwl 112 Hyde 
Breffurn Joseph, driver with John Garibaldi, 1823 

Powell, dwl E 6 Gaven nr Greenwich 
Bre^artis G. E., niillman California Mills 
Breid Frantjois, machinist, dwl 716 Pacific 
Breidenstein Leonhardt, manntacturer jewelry boxes 

and leiuey ar(icles. 615 Mont, dwl 1209 Kearny 
Breig John, fciodamaker Pacific Soda Works, dwl K 

E cor Slission and Second 
Breiling Bros., (John & Jacob) meat market, 965 

Mission 
Breiling Frank, (Den^ler & B.) dwl 229i Minna 
Breiling Jacob, (Breuing Bros.) dwl 965 Mission 
Breiling John, (Breiling Bros.) dwl 965 Mission 
Breisaher Leobold, wines and liquors, dwl 512^ Jessie 
Breit«nburcher John, woodturner, dwl 507 Slission 
Breithaupt Felix, brewer Broadway Brewery, dwl 

637 Broadway 
Breithaupt George F., miner, dwl Mission nr 

Twenty-sixth 
Breniberg John, billiardman Lick House 
BKEMEX BOARD UNDERWRITERS, office 

121 Battery 
Bremer Henry, ( Bromvier Sf Co.) dwl NE cor 

Sixth and Bryant 
Bremer Herman, ViScAon/feZ^ & J5.y dwl 630 Sac 
Bieuier (Joseph) & Bro., (W. H. Bremer) import- 
ers leaf tobacco and manufacturers cigars, 

212 Front 
Bremer Joseph, (Bremer & Bro.) dwl 608 Sutter 
Bremer W. H., (Bremer Sf Bro.) res Sacramento 
Bremer William, driver with Lyon & Co., dwl 145 

Jessie 
Bremer William, ship carpenter, bds 39 Jackson 
Bremigion Samuel, teamster, dwl S s Hayes bet 

Octavia and Laguna 
Bremkamp August, teacher St. Boniface School, dwl 

118 Sutter 
Bremore Antonio, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brenan John T. M., clerk with Henry E. Baker, 

dwl S 8 Mission bet Third and Fourth 
Brenckmeier Heui-y, carpenter, dwl 909 Kearny 
Brendel George, carpenter, dwl 205 Sansoni 
Breudel Jacob E., hamessmaker. 25 Geary, dwl 711 

Hyde 
Brendisch Frederick, porter, dwl 2013 Mason 
Brendt Isidore, cigarmaker, dwl 334 Third 
Brendt George E., sailuiaker with Prior & Douglas, 

dwl S s Chestnut bet Stockton and Powell 
Breneig Louis, laborer, dwl Kate nr Bryaut 
Brengle Ot^car, waiter Steamer Dining Saloon, NE 

cor First and Brannau 
BRENHAM C. J., secretary North Pacific Trans- 
portation Co., office 426 California, (a7id Holla- 
day (if B.) dwl SW cor Howard and Sixteenth 
Brennan Anna Mrs., dre.ssniaking, dwl 1145 Folsom 
Brennan Daniel, laborer, dwl cor Eighth and 

Howard 
Brennan Dennis, laborer, bds 23 Vallejo 
Brennan Ellen Miss, tailoress, dw! 558| Howard 
Brennan James, contractor, dwl 452 Jessie 
Brennan James, liquors, dwl 1805^ Stockton 
Brennan James E., tailor with T. R. Church, dwl 

558^ Hownrd 
Brennan J. C, expresswagon NW cor Kearny and 

Sacramento, dwl 18 Harlan Place 
Brennan John, bootmaker, 4 Trinity, dwl 317 Bush 
Brennan John, janitor Lincoln Grammar School 
Brennan John, lumberman, dwl N e Howard bet 

Stewart and Spear 
Brennan John, salesman 9 Montgomery, dwl 526 

Pine 
Brennan Martin, porter with Steinhart Bros., dwl 5 

Lafayette Place 
Brennan 'Mary, (widow) dwl 558 J Howard 
Brennan Marv Miss, dressmaker, dwl .558i Howard 
Brennan Micnael, porter Brooklyn Hotel 



Brennan Michael T., bricklayer, dwl 211 Clara 
Brennan Owen, waiter, dwr77 Clementina 
Breuilan Patrick, laborer, L. L., Dashaway Hall 
Brennan Patrick T., glassblower, dwl NW cor 

Solano and Arkansas 
Brennau Richard, porter 113 Front 
Brennan Richard, stonemason, dwl SE cor Mission 

and Lafayette 
Brennan Richard R. Rev., secretary Rev. Arch- 
bishop Alemany, dwl 628 Califor'uia 
Brennan Thomas, carriagemaker, 670 Mission, dwl 

11 Riteh 
BRENNAN THOMAS, collector, dwl 838 Mission 
BRENNAN (Thomas VV.) & RYDER, (George 

W. estate of) Old California Exchange Saloon, 

NE cor Kearny and Clay 
Brennan. Thomas W., (Brejlnan ^ Ryder) iwl 112 

Natoma 
Brennen William, laborer New U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

21 Sixth 
Brenner Charles M., teacher music, dwl 955 Howard 
Brenner WiU'iaxnU., (Johnson 4- Co.) dwl NW 

cor Jones and Pacific 
Brent John, upholsterer with Henry Windel, dwl 

Kearny bet Jackson and Washington 
Brents Thomas H., attorney at law, office NW cor 

Kearny and Washington, dwl 48 Clary 
Brereton James, collector S. F. Gas Co., dwl 640 

Second 
Brernhane H., house painter, E. H. L., Dashaway 

Hall 
Bresland Henry, shipjoiner, Ship Ass., 751 Market 
Breslauer Henry, importer and jobber dry goods, 

310 California, dwl 705 OFarrell 
Breslauer Louis, drayman, dwl cor Washington and 

Wetmore Place ' 
Breslauer Theodore M., cloaks and mantillas, 308 

Kearny, dwl 20 Belden 
Breslin Daniel, longshoreman, dwl 70 Tehama, rear 
Breslin Jane Miss, lodgings, 231 First 
Breslin John, (D. Carlin ^ Co.) dwl 217 Beale 
Breslin John, stone cutter, dwl Ewer PI nr Mason 
Breslin Owen, job wagon, Pac bet Larkin and Polk 
Breslin Patrick, brass finisher, dwl 70 Tehama, i-ear 
Breslos Frederick, shoemaker with Marks & Ca- 

lisher, dwl 510 Davis 
Bresnahan Cornelius, driver Tremout House, dwl 

64 Natoma 
Bresnahan Stephen, laborer, dwl 546 Natoma 
Bresnan Michael, shoemaker with J. McGrath, 417 

Pacific 
Bresnihan Timothy L., shoemaker with Bucking- 
ham & Hecht 
Bresse Louis, ( iieiz & B.) dwl 607 Sacramento 
Bressill John, hostler Clementina Street Livery Sta- 
ble, dwl 70 Clementina 
Bresson Joseph, tobacco and cigarmaker, 1713 Dnp 
Breton Charles, professor music and languages, dwl 

32 Natoma 
Brett Austufeus, liquor saloon, 1020 Kearny 
Brett George, bookkeeper with Piatt &. Newton, 

dwl 913 Jackson 
Brett Patrick, laborer, dwl 2 California, rear 
Brett William, laborer, dwl S s Frederick nr First 
Breuil Edmond, Consul General of France, office 

434 Jackson, dwl Lick House 
Brevete Alfred, (cold) with Dr. A. F. Sawyer, dwl 

302 Stockton 
Brevoort House, Mrs. W. F. Lapidge, proprietress, 

NW cor Mission and Fourth 
Brew Nathaniel, shipwright, dwl 27 Clara 
Brewer George W., (McLaughlin <fc B.) dwl 

Twentieth nr Guerrero 
Brewer John, carpenter, dwl 214 Broadway 
Brewer John H., attorney at law and com deeds for 

Nev, office 34 Merchants' Ex, resides Oakland 
Brewer Michael T., miner, dwl NW cor Russ and 

Natoma 
Brewer P. J., stevedore, L. S. Ass., Barra's Hall 



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Brewer William, special policeman and doorkeeper 

Bella Union, d wl 3 St. Charles Place 
Bi-ewster E. B., shipwiighl, Sliip. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Brewster George W., "carpenter, dwl Telegraph 

House 
Brewster John, house and sign painter, 529 Kearny, 

dwl S s Post bet Buchanan and Laguna 
Brewster John Mrs., dwl 107 Leidesdorff 
Brewster John Jr. Mrs., dwl 734^ Howard 
Brewster John A., civil engineer, dwl W 8 Octavia 

nr Ivy Avenue 
Brewster 'R. E., merchant, dwl 630 Sacramento 
Brewster William, rigger, 152 Stewart, rear, dwl 

9121 Folsom 
Brewster William C, manufacturer, dwl 12 Mont 
Brewton John, liquor saloon, 536 Jackson 
Brewtou John C, lamplighter S. F. Gas Co., .dwl 

SW cor Stockton and Sacramento 
Breyo Joseph, cook, NE cor First and Brannan 
Brial August, butcher, dwl E s Kate ur Bryant 
Briant Edward, with Donald Davidson &, Co., dwl 

Larkin bet Post and Sutter 
Briant Joseph, oyster stand, 17 Occidental Market, 

dwl 13 Sutter 
Briant Wolfert D., driver Front St. O. & M. R. R., 

dwl cor Polk and Austin 
Briant. — See Bryant 

Briardy John, gastitter, dwl Miles Court nr Cal 
Briardy Patrick, lamplighter, dwl Miles Court near 

California 
Brice Alfred, jeweler, bds Ss Jackson bet Davis 

and Drumm 
Brice Barney, helper with P. M. S. S. Co., dwl 606 

Third 
Brice James, blacksmith with P. M. S. S. Co., dwl 

214 Seventh 
Brice William, crimper with I. M. Wentworth, dwl 

612 Post 
Briceland J. M., physician, office 328 Bush, dwl 707 

Bush 
Brick J")aniel, bootmaker with H. S. Perkins, dwl 

32 Ritch 
Bricker Albert J., jobber, dwl 74 Clementina 
Brickett John B., fruits, 944 Market 
Brickley James, carpenter and builder, dwl S s 

Clementina nr Ninth 
Brickley John, carpenter, Ss Clementina bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Brickley Peter, peddler, dwl Es Dora nr Harrison 
Brickley William, baker, Amei-ican Exchange 
Bricks John, seaman, dwl 132 Stewart 
Bricks Oscar, miller, dwl 232 Stevenson 
BRICKWEDEL CHARLES H., Constitution Res- 
taurant, NW cor First and Brannan 
BRICKVVEDEL HENRY & CO., (Martin Henck- 

euj importers and jobbers whies and liquors, 

208 and 210 Front 
Brickwedel Henry, (Henry Brickivedel & Co. J dwl 

SE cor Franklin and Fulton 
Brickwedel Jacob, liquor saloon, 14 First 
Brickwedel John, Exchange Saloon, NE cor Post 

and Cemetery Avenue 
Bride George, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Brideson William, express wagon, S W cor Pine and 

Sansom, dwl 1619 California 
Bridge Matthew, mason and builder, dwl SW cor 

Larkin and Jackson 
Bridge Samuel J., appraiser Custom House, dwl 

1014 Stockton 
BRIDGE WILLIAM E., St. Lawrence Livery 

Stable, 212 Sutter, dwl 606 Sutter 
Bridges George R., with S. P. Taylor & Co., dwl 

McAllister bet Webster and Fillmore 
Bridges Mary E., (widow) dwl Ss Howard bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth 
Bridges Richard E., clerk with Linforth, Kellogg 

& Rail, dwl S s Howard bet Eleventh and 
_ Twelfth 
Bridget George, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 



Bridgewood Samuel, engineer, dwl S s Lombard 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Bridgewood W., clerk, dwl 4 Central Place 
Bridge worth Joseph, fireman C. S. N. Co 
Bridgeworth Samuel, machinist C. S. N Co 
Bridgraan C. B., carpenter, dwl 24 Third 
Brid'gman (John) & Orr, ( William) draymen, NE 

cor Front and Clay 
Bridgman John, (Bridgman Sf Orr) dwl 714 

O'Farrell 
Bridon George, drayman, dwl 31 Tehama 
Brien James, laborer, dwl 109 Dora, rear 
Brien John, laborer, dwl 8 Garden 
Brien William, boarding, SW cor Brannan and Mar- 
garet 
Brierly John, spinner M. & P. Woolen Mills 
Brieseneck Charles, pork butchers, 631 Third 
Brieson William, boilermaker with McAfee, Spiers 

& Co., dwl 17 Natoma 
Brigaerts Joseph H. , boxmaker with John S. Gibbs, 

dwl Bourbon Place, near Ellis 
Brigett Gerard, sawyer, dwl S s Ellis bet Steiner 

and Pierce 
Briggs Albert D., dwl 1707 Dupont 
Briggs Alfred W., laborer with J. A. Folger & Co., 

dwl 144 Natoma 
Briggs Benjamin F., commission merchant, 416 

Davis, dwl 20 Metcalf Place 
Bri°-g8 Charles, laborer, bds 423 Bush 
Briggs Charles O., shipwright, dwl 919 Market 
Britfgs Daniel, merchant, dwl 128 Turk 
BRIGGS EDGAR. (Son & B.) and school di- 
rector Eighth Ward, dwl 128 Turk 
Briggs George, restaurant, 11 Sixth 
Briggs George N., machinist Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 24 Silver 
Briggs J. D., clerk with John Reagan, dwl 614 

Montgomery 
Briggs Marashall G., shoemaker, dwl 62O5 Minna 
Briggs Mary Mrs., furnished rooms, SW cor Mont 

and Bub-h 
Briggs M. C. Rev., dwl 1008 Washington 
Briggs Oscar, machinist, dwl 228 Stevenson 
Briggs Richard, stonemason, dwl 248 Tehama 
Briggs T. M., carpenter, dwl 121 Jessie 
Briggs W. H., molder Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

Montgomery bet Pine and Bush 
Briggs William, artist, studio 12 Montgomery 
Briggs Wilham C, engraver, 618 Merchant, dwl SH 

Powell 
Briggs William R., club rooms, 224 Montgomery 
Brighani Calvin O., ( H. T. Fairbanks dj- Co.) dwl 

406 Minna 
Brigham (Charles A.) 4- Hawes, (Elisha) stone- 
cutters, NE cor King and Third 
Brigham Charles A., (Brigham & Halves) resides 

Rocklin 
Brigham William H., (Crane Sf B.) res New York 
Bright John, laborer with DeVries & Chase, dwl 

231 Pacific 
Bright Robert, real estate, dwl 839 Pacific 
Brighton Robert P., laborer, dwl S s B ly nr Kearny 
Briguardello (Santiago) & Bro., (Sirfano Brig- 

nardello) importers hardware aiid cj- ckery, 623 

Pacific and Italian marble depot 2 Main 
Brignardello Santiago, (Briguardello Jj- Uro.) dwl 

703 Stockton 
Brignardello S. B., with Brignardello, Maccliiavello 

& Co., dwl 706 Sansom 
BRIGNARDELLO, (Stefano) MACCHIAVEL- 

LO (Giovanni Battista) Si, CO., (N. Larco) 

manufacturers rnaccaroni and vermicelli, ship 

bread, etc., 706 Sansom, (and Brignardello Si- 

Bro.) 
Brignardello Stefano, (Brignardello Sf Bro. and 

Brignardello, Maccliiavello Sf Co.) res Italy 
Brill Henry, bootmaker, W s Michigan nr Shasta 
Brill Jacob, wood carver with N. G. Nordin & Co., 

dwl E s Sixth near Brannan 



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Biin Peter, laborer new U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 249 
Stevenson 

Erin Victor, porter, dwl 1105 Stockton 

Brin William, ealesraan 8 Kearny, dwl 6 Sixth 

Brincatt Salvo, jobwagon cor Davis and Commer- 
cial, dwl W 6 Potrero Avenue bet Tweuty-eec- 
oud and Twenty-third 

Brinckmann Frederick, clerk, SW cor Mission and 
Stewart 

Brinckmann John, clerk, SW cor Mission and Stew 

Brine James, miner, dwl 103 First 

Bringniann Fred., (Husing & Co.) dwl NE cor 
Jessie and Sixth 

Brink Marcellns, hatter, dwl 9 Hardie Place 

Brink O. S., dwl 708 Montgomery 

Briunraer Jobann, laborer Cal. Siigar Refinery, dwl 
cor Bryant and Eighth 

Briody John, barkeeper with James McCabe, 8 
Summer 

Briody John J., gasfitter with McNally & Hawkins 

Briody S., lampdighter S. F. Gas Co 

Brisac Felix, local agent Liverpool and London and 
Globe Ins. Co., dwl 1015 Pine 

Brisac V. G. Madam, assistant teacher Girls' High 
School, dwl 1015 Pine 

Brisacher Leopold, wines and liquors, 528 Market, 
dwl 512^ Jessie 

Brisbie Charles, sausagemaker, 1322 Dupont, dwl N 
E cor Dupont and Vallejo 

Brisk Julius, furnishing goods, 544 Third 

Brislen Patrick, hostler, dwl Cliff House, Point 
Lobos Koad 

Brison Peter, laborer S. F. Gas Co 

Brisset Arthur M., florist with Auguste Duhem, dwl 
915 Market 

Brister Andrew, (colored) ironworker with D. W. 
Ruggles, dwl N s Pacific nr Taylor 

Bristol Henry C, cooper with William L. Handy, 
dwl SE cor Brannan and Fourth 

Bristol W. H. H., agent Bristol's Sarsaparilla Bitters, 
dwl 615 Sacramento 

BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARINE INSU- 
RANCE CO., (Liverpool) Falkner Bell & Co., 
treneral agents, office 430 California 

BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF CAL- 
IFORNIA, rooms 730 Montgomery 

Britt John, housemoving, dwl E s Eighth bet Fol- 
som and Howard 

Britt James W., shoemaker, dwl 229 Sutter 

Britt Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 

Brittain William, blacksmith with Pollard & Carvill, 
dwl S s Twenty -second bet Valencia and 
Guerrero 

BRITTAN, (John W.) HOLBROOK (Charles) 
&. CO., (A. D. McDonald, M. L. BriUan, John 
F. Merrill, and Charles Merrill) importers and 
jobbers stoves and metals. 111 and 113 Califor- 
nia and 17 and 19 Davis 

Brittan John W., (BriUan, Holbrook Sj- Co.) res 
New York 

Brittan M. L., (Brittan, Holbrook 8f Co.) res San 
Mat€o 

Brittan Nathaniel J., salesman with Brittan, Hol- 
brook &. Co., bds Occidental Hotel 

Brittan T.. teacher music, dwl 507 Mission 

BRITTAN'S BUILDING, SW cor Davis and Cal 

Britton George \V., cashier with Goodwin &, Co., 
dwl 1309 Taylor 

Britton John, teamster, dwl 731 Clementina 

BRITTON (Joseph) & REY, (J. J.) (and Henry 
Stcinegger) lithographers, SW cor Commercial 
and Leidesdortf 

Britton ^nin-\^\\,( Britton Sf liey) dwl SE cor Taylor 
and Union 

Brition Martha Miss, compo.sitor Saturday Evening 
Mercury, dwl 731 Clementina 

Britton Patrick, longshoreman, dwl 53 Clay 

Britton William F., fruit stand, SW cor California 
and SauHora, dwl S 8 Washington nr Stockton 



Brizolara (Louis) & Cutrocks, (John) wood and 

coal, 1015 Washington 
Brizolara Louis, (Brizolara & Cutrocks) dwl 425 

Filbert 
Broad Charles, proprietor Champion Brewery, 1222 

Bnsh 
Broad Charles C, grainer, dwl 244 Minna 
Broad Edward, plumber with G. & W. Snook 
Broad James, laborer, dwl 2214 Taylor 
Broad Robert, laborer Pioneer Wool Factory 
Broad William, laborer, dwl 624 Commercial 
Broadway Block, NW cor Broadway and Kearny 
Broadway Block Hotel, Joseph Koster proprietor, 

NW cor Broadway and Kearny 
Broadway Brewery, Joseph Albrecht proprietor, 633 

Broaclway 
BROADWAY HOTEL, Daniel Hartnett proprie- 
tor, 212 Broadway 
Brocas (John W.) &, ¥erk\n» ( Charles C.y' commis- 
sion merchants, 202 and 204 Washington 
Brocas John W., ^J5rofos ^- Ptr/iirt.sy dwl Interna- 
tional Hotel 
Brock C. F., carpenter, dwl 540 Howard 
Brock Christian C., seaman, dwl 2 Hartraan 
Brock Oscar W., pantryman, 253 Stewart 
Brockhoff Charles, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Bryant and Twenty-fourth 
BROCKLEBANK MANUEL T. & CO., real es- 
tate and loan agents, office 534 California 
Brockman F. A., butcher with Tautpbaus & Stark, 

dwl E s First nr Brannan 
Brockman Charles, upholsterer, dwl 275 Minna 
Brockman Nicolaus, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Jones and Geary 
Brockmaun Bette Miss, assistant teacher North Cos- 
mopolitan School, dwl 419 Tehama 
Brockmann (Henry) &, Schroder, (Clans) liquor 

saloon, 1007 Battery 
Brockmann Henrv, (Brockmann & Schroder) 1007 

Battery 
Brockmeyer H. G., dwl 506 Dupont 
Brockway Amelia, (widow) dwl 705 Vallejo 
Brocq Alfred, florist, dwl 520 Merchant 
Brod Charles, hairdressing saloon, 722 Market, dwl 

765 Howard 
Brodar Patrick, hostler, Market Street R. R 
Brodeck Henry H., photographer with Bavley &. 

Winter, dwl 238 Jessie 
Brodek Davis, tailor, 8 Broadway, dwl 238 Jessie 
Brodek Gustave, clothing, 532 Sacramento, dwl 22 

Everett 
Brodek Philip, compositor Caucasian and Working- 
man's Journal, dwl 238 Jessie 
Brodek Samuel, barber, dwl 44 Everett 
Broder John, carpenter, dwl 229 Sutter 
Broder Patrick, freight hand S. F. & San Jose R.R., 

dwl 304 Beale 
Broderick Andrew J., shipcarpenter, dwl 606 Third 
Broderick C.W., shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Broderick David, blacksmith, dwl 213 Tehama 
Broderick Helen, (widow) nurse, dwl 509 Dupont 
Broderick Isaac, insurance agent, dwl 113 Dora 
Broderick James, tinsmith with Freeman &. Wrin, 

dwl Fair Avenue, Bernal Hights 
Broderick John, boilermaker Risdon Iron Works, 

dwl 160 Shipley 
Broderick John C.,' attorney at law, office 612 Mer- 
chant, dwl 423 Hayes 
Broderick John J., laborer, dwl 658 Bryant, rear 
Broderick Joseph, machinist with W. G. Weir, dwl 

34 Hayes 
Broderick Patrick, coachman Cosmopolitan Hotel, 

dwl 5 Brooks 
Broderick Thomas, waiter, Russ House 
BRODERICK ( T. J. ) A KAST, (F. X.) import- 
ers, manufacturers, and dealers boots and shoes, 
322 and 324 Bush 
Broderick T. J., (Broderick & Kast) 324 Bush 
Broderick Waller, laborer, dwl 214 Broadway 



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Broderick William, asfayer, dwl 142 Silver 
Brodersen William, porter with T. Lemmea Meyt t 

dwl 20 Lewis 
Broderson B. J., merchant, dwl 627 Commercial 
Broderson John, mariner, bds 531 East 
Brodie Henry, carpenter, H. C. Leaijiie, 25 Post 
Brodie James, foreman with Hinckley & Co., dwl S 8 

Pine nr Fillmore 
Brodie James, pressman with Joseph Winterburn & 

Co., dwl 55 Xatoma 
Brodie James G., pattemmaker Fulton Foundry, 

dwl 82 Natoma 
Brodie John, tinsmith with Erzgraber & Goetjen, 

dwl cor Bryant and Twenty-fourth 
Brodie S. H., attorney at law, office 27 Court Block 

636 Clay, dwl 820 Washiuffton 
Brodie William, oiler P. M. S. S. Great Rep ' Mc 
BRODIE WILLIAM, proprietor California 

dry. NW cor Main and Harrison, dwl ' 
Brodie William jr., machinist Fulton Four • I 

82 Es-erett 
Brodiirau Hugh, coupe, dwl 369 Jessie 
Brodrick RicTiai'd, merchant, res Victor 

629 Clay 

Brodwolf Gfeorge, tailor, 135 Post, dwl 6 i i ;itt Court 
Brodwolf Michael, tailor with Geor>r>i iirodwolf, 

dwl 135 Post 
Bvoedel /'Adam J & Troell, COo::-n'.' 'lairdressing 

saloon, 729 Clay 
Broedel Adam, (Broedel Sf Tr 
Broemmel Berthold, clerk wi' 

Post 
Broa:an J. B., carriagemak 

179 Minna 
rogau John, currier, bd* ''S %llejo 



and 



...1101 7 Powell 
i3auer, dwl 101 



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'teamer New World, 



Brogan Margaret, stew? 

"bds 23 Vallejo 
Brogan Michael, host' 
Brogan Michael, real 

Vallejo Place 
Brogan Patrick, d^ 

Stockton 
Brogan's Buildi 

"Clementina 
Brogiry Patric' 
Brogli'e Char).- 
Broigh Johr.. 

Mission 

Broilstead > .pwright, Ship Ass., Barra's Hall 

Brokale F ■ .aborer California Sugar Refinery, 

dwl ■ hth and Bryant 
Brokatp , f iVttte 4- B.j dwl NW cor Eighth 



,vl 411 Post 
-. dwl cor Francisco and 

rancisco bet Dupont and 

i Third bet Howard and 

•rer with J. B. Kerap 
; iigraver with R. B. Gray & Co 
etmaker, NE cor Eighth and 



Brok.. 
Brok^.T 

Brokt ' 

Broki 

Brolet 

A\ 
Broil . 

Fi 
Brolly : 

Fir:i 
Broraei 

Ha 
Bromer 
Bromidf 

Moi 
Bromide 



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Bromley 
Bromley 
Bromley ' 

office, 
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i.jt-im, real estate, dwl 570 Minna 
li.-jry v., assistant superintendent S. F. 
;;t;. Express Co., dwl 209 Kearny 
..•( arick, seaman, dwl 127 Folsom 

/., carpenter, SE cor Market and Second 
4., cigars and tobacco, 612 Washington, 
' ^'alparaiso 
,■• carpenter, dwl NW cor Fulton and 

; '., waiter with Russell & Hall, dwl 132 

' r;.-v, with Croskey & Howard, dwl 

Franklin and Gough 

bricklayer, B. P. Ass., 751 Market 

S. M. Co., (White Pine) office -102 

•y 
: i Co., (White Pine) office 331 Mont- 

-d, letter department Wells, Fargo 

~ 19 Bush 

. , clerk, dwl 719 Bush 

T., contractor, dwl 719 Bush 
igton L., clerk County Recorder's 
. • '06 Mason 

P., captain steamer Cornelia, C. 
■1 1221 Clay 



„. Jom- 

BronzJo... ^^ .irning & Co.. 

dwl 53 Minrii. 

Brook Joseph, dwl 139 L ..a. 

Brooke Henry, carpenter with Cole Si. Haskell, 
• dwl 112i 'Shipley 

Brookes Samuel M , portrait painter, 611 Clay, dwl 
Bernal Hights 

Brookes W.lliam, painter, dwl NE cor Front and 
Sacrnmento 

Broo'-liae House, Michael Farrell proprietor, 217 
Broadway 

BROOKLYN HOTEL, Kelly & Wood proprietors, 
210-212 Bush 

BROOKLYN LIFE INSURANCE CO., (Mutual) 
Stephen T. King, general agent, office 2-10 Mont 

Brooks Aaron, mechanic, dwl 327 Jessie 

Brooks Albert M., delivery clerk S. F. Postoffice, 
dwl 504 Stockton 

Brooks Allen, fireman Pioneer W. F., dwl 837 Pac 

Brooks Benjamin H., attorney at law, dwl .534 
Second 

BROOKS BENJAMIN S., attorney at law, office 
rooms 3-5 Exchange Building, dwl KHl Har 

Brooks Birdsey, laundrymau Occident-al Laundry, 
dwl SE corOctavia and Filbert 

Brooks Charles, cook, dwl 104 Stewart 

Brooks Charles, liquor saloon, 824 Keaiiiy, dwl 5 
Spring 

Brooks Charles, shipjoiner, dwl W s Lagunanr 
Fulton 

Brooks Charles Wolcott, commission merchant and 
Consul Japan, office SW cor California and 
Davis, room 14, dwl 1109 Stockton 

Brooks Edmund, (Rtid Sr 5.; dwl 1117 Wash 

Brooks E. L. B., attorney at law, office 420 Mont- 
gomery, dwl 15 Second 

Brooks Elisha, clerk treasurer's department U. S. B. 
Mint, dwl 1714 Pacific 

Brooks Frank, porter, dwl N s Fulton bet Gough 
and Octavia 

Brooks George, builder, dwl Es Kearn\' bet Lom- 
bard and Chestnut 

Brooks George J., harness maker with Main &l 
Winchester, dwl 662 Howard 

Brooks George W., agent, dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 

Brooks Henry, laborer, dwl 120 Shipley 

Brooks HeniT,. weaver, M. & P. Woolen Mills 

Brooks Henry B., fTai/, B. Sr Backus) and 
president' Odd Fellows' Bank, Odd Fellows' 
Hall, dwl 766 Folsom 

Brooks Henry E., porter with Bradley & Cockrill, 
dwl 924 Jackson 

Brooks Henry S., mining stocks, dwl W s Guerrero 
nr Sixteenth 

Brooks Isaac T., club rooms, 230 ilontgomery 

Brooks fj. K.J Si, Fletcher ( SteplieaJ produce mer- 
chants, 109 Clay 

Brooks J. K., (Brooks Sf Fletcher J dwl 503 Fourth 

Brooks J. M., well digger, W s Folsom nr Twenty- 
second 

Bi-ooks John, carpenter with George Elliott, dwl 
736 Market 



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B-ooks TlioiiiHs . .. nomas B. 

Le\vi,-i, (hvl 829 mtBc.^^ 
Brooks W. H., carrier Alta California, dwl 41 Third 
Brooks W. 11. J., searcher of records, office rooms 

3-5 Exchange Building, dwl 1913 Stockton 
Brooks Wilkes, clerk, dwl 49 Natoraa 
Brooks William, clerk with Benj. S. Brooks, dwl 

631 Harrison 
Brooks WilJiMin. mariner, dwl 3 M'^elsh 
BROOKS WILLIAM H., stationer and uev-s- 

dealer, 41 Third 
Brooks William P., carpenter, dwl 1017 ]\Iason 
Brooks Wiiliiun R., attorney, dwl 631 Harrison 
Broom James M., inspector," dwl 833 Howard 
Broom John, coal passer P. M. S. S. Sacramento 
Brophey Michael, stahles, dwl N & Bush bet Frank- 
lin and Van Ness Avenue 
Brophy James, express wagon, NW cor Montgom- 
ery and California, dwl 18-29 Howaid 
Bros Cxeorge, hairdresser with Richard Brown, dwl 

6 Pratt Court 
Brose Julius, engraver with Koehler & Ritter, dwl 

423 Bush 
Brosins Frederick, tailor, dwl 18 Sansom 
Broeins Henry, bookbinder with E. Bo8(pii &. Co., 

dwl S\V cor Grove and Franklin 
Brosnahau Stephen, laborer with Haste & Kirk, dwl 

548 Natonui 
Brosnan John, waiter, Lick House 
Brosnan John D., messenger, dwl 150 Tehama 
Brosnan 3Iichael, laborer, dwl King nr Third 
Bross Jacob, hairdresser with John Cook, dwl 315 

Dnpont 
Brothereon Otto D., shoemaker, 220 First 
Brotherson William, porter, dwl 20 Lewis 
Brotherton Thomas W. Rev., rector St. John's 
Church, dwl W s Eleventh bet Mission and 
Howard 
Brouders Michael, boilermaker Union Iron Works, 

dwl 7.52 Harrison 
Brougham John, hairdreesing saloon, 918 Dupont, 

dwl 312 Green 
Broughton Napoleon L., dwl 1028 Bush 
Brounier Eugene, bottles, SW cor Broadway and 

Unpont, dwl W s Pollard PI ice 
Bi'onsst Charles, laborer, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Browell James, shipcalker, dwl 427 Greenwich 
BROWELL JEREMIAH, contractor and builder, 

612 Commercial, dwl 217 Lombard 
Brower Andrew J., saloonkeeper, dwl 532 Green 
Brower Celsus, clerk U. S. Mustering and Disburs- 
ing Office, 224 Kearny, dwl 12 Ellis 
Brower Daniel R., bakei-y, NE cor Vallejo and 

Stockton 
Brower H. J., carpenter, II. C. League, 25 Post 
Brown A., baker, dwl 507 Mission 
Brown Aaron, teacher Hebrew and German, dwl 

418 Powell 
Brown Abram B., carpenter with A. A. Snyder, dwl 
S 8 Filbert bet Hyde and Larkin 



wn Adam, dwl 8 Willow Avenue 
wn Adolph, porter 324 Sansom 
jwn A. F., fancy goods, 304 Battery, dwl 404 

Sixth 
fown Albert Capt., dwl 6 Medau Place 
rown Alexander, butcher with William K. Die- 
trich, dwl 741 Market 
rown Alexander, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
irown Alexander B., sbijiping clerk, dwl 219 

Ritch 
irown Alonzo, cutlery, dwl 404 Sixth 
irown Alonzo Fitch, with E. O. Brown, dwl 3 

Chatham Place 
5rown Alonzo I., bootblack, 81 2| Market 
Jrown Andrew, baker with Henry Hemmelbere, 

dwl 114 Third 
7?rown Andrew, captain sloop Marv I. Shelley, Clav 

Street Whaif 
Brown Andrew, laborer with James P. Pierce 
Browi) Andrew D., liquor saloon, S s Jackson bet 

Davis and Drumm 
Brown Anna Mrs., tailoress with Simon Reinstein, 

dwl cor Lombard and Greenwich 
Brown Anuie, (widow) dwl NE cor Grove and 

Octavia 
Brown Archibald, tinsmith, dwl 21 C Third 
Brown August, tailor, bds 531 East 
Brown August, waiter 228 Kearny, dwl 616 Cal 
Brown Augustus F. H., machinist, dwl 433 Union 
Brown B. B., housepainter, E. H. L., Dashaway 

Hall 
hi >vn B. B., whitewasher Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Brown B. C, editor, dwl 631 Sacramento 
Brown Benjamin, teamster with U. S. Drayman 
Brown Benjamin W., f Smith,, B. & Co.) dwl Russ 

House 
BROWN BROTHERS (Morris and Lewis) & 
Co., (Bahr Shcidevian) agents Oregon City 
Woolen Mills, 4 Battery 
Brown Brown, carpenter, dwl 1821 Ho\<'ard 
Brown B. W., (Smith, B. <fc Go.) dwl Sixth nr 

Bryant 
Brown Calvin, civil engineer, olfice 615 Sacramento, 

res Mare Island 
Brown Catharine, (widow) dwl II Janson 
Brown C. F., seaman, dwl 19 Con'mercial 
Brown Cbarles, dwl W s Dolores bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Brown Charles, actor Pacific Melodeon, dwl Dunn 

Alley nr Kearny 
Brown Charles, (Ahtrom & B.) dwl 104 Stewart 
Brown Charles, (Ramsey & B.) dwl 523 East 
Brown Charles, carpenter, dwl 25 Rausch 
Brown Cbarles, deck hand C. S. Nav. Co. steamer 

Helen Hensley 
Brown Charles, fireman P. M. S. S. GoMen City 
Brown Charles, laborer Pacific Oil and Kerosene 

Works, dwl 603 Pacific 
Brown Charles, mariner, bds 48 Sacramento 
Brown Charles, seaman P. M. S. S. Colorado 
Brow^n Charles, seaman, dwl 19 Commercial 
Brown Charles, seaman, bds 20 Commercial 
Brown Charles, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Brown Charles, seaman, dwl 104 Stewa t 
Brown Charles, stoves and tinware, 724 Market, 

dwl 1024 Folsom 
Brown Charles, waiter with Charles Nivelles, 826 

Miirket 
Brown Charles A., clerk Charter Oak Li "e Ins. Co., 

331 Montgomery 
Brown Cliarlfs E., clerk Occidental N ;w8 office, 

dwl N s Mission bet Twelfth and Tli.rteenth 
Brown Churles F., confectionery, 615 Ui ion 
Brown Charles F., draftsman with Col. R. S. Wil- 
liamson, .509 Kearny, res Oakland 
BrovN'n Charles F., real estate, office 24 Merchants' 

Exchange, dwl 66 Clementina 
Brown Charles H., driver with Goodwi'i & Co., dwl 
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Brown Charles M., helper Eisdou Iron Works, dwl 

139 Shipley 
Brown Charles M., shipping agent, office Eincon 

Point Dock, dwl 156 Perry 
Brown Charles O., porter Overland Honse 
Brown Charles R., carpenter, dwl 184 Minna 
BROWN f Cheater J & WELLS, fAsa R.J stair 
builders, 411 Mission 
rown Chester, rBrow/i & IVcllsJ dwl 246 Third 
Brown Christian, captain schr Phil. Sheridan, dwl 34 

Frederick 
Brown Christian, laborer, bds 39 Jackson 
Brown Christopher, seaman, dwl '6-2 Stewart 
Brown Daniel St. L., pressman with Francis & Val- 
entine, dwl 27 O'Farrell 
Brown Daniel T., baker with Deeth, Starr & Camp- 
bell, dwl W s Eleventh bet Folsoni and Har 
Brown David, carpenter, dwl Ss Vallejo bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Brown David, laborer with James P. Pierce 
Brown David, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brown David B., dealer cooper's stock, dwl S s 

Chestnut bet Kearny and Dupont 
Brown David P., drayman, 202 Washington 
Brown Denton D., surveyor, dwl 213 Turk 
Brown D. H., clerk steamer Yosemite, dwl 420 

Powell 
Brown Dominick, musician, dwl 303 Filbert 
BEOWN EDGAR 0., real estate, office .535 Clay 
Brown Edward, cook P. M. S. S. Montana 
Brown Edward, laborer, dwl Fort Point 
Brown Edward, mariner, dwl 118 Shipley 
Brown Edward, oysterman with GeorgeMayes, dwl 

SE cor Sutter and Dupont 
Brown Edward, student Pacitic Business College, 

dwl 311 Clementina 
Brown Edward L., broonimaker, dwl 627 California 
Brown E. H. Mrs., furnished rooms, 773 Mission 
Browu Emmett, printer with Bacon & Co., dwl 222 

Stevenson 
Brown E. T., shoemaker with I. M. Wentworth, dwl 

932 Market 
Brown F.Mrs., furnished rooms, 5 Stockton 
Brown Ferdinand, calker, bds 7 Washington 
Brown Francis, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Brown Frank, carpenter, dwl 641 Washington 
Brown Frank E., civil engineer, office 615 Sacra- 
mento, res Mare Island 
Brown Frank Q., butcher, 515 Bryant 
Brown Fred. I., upholsterer with Leopold Levi, dwl 

Kearny nr Jackson 
Brown Frederick, barkeeper, 32 Stewart 
Brown Frederick, e.xpresswagon, dwl 144 Stewart 
Brown Frederick, porter, 325 Kearny, dwl SW cor 

Taylor and Post 
Brown Frederick, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Brown Frederick T., conductor Bay View Eailroad, 

dwl W s Kentucky nr Mariposa 
Brown Gayton, shoemaker with D. W. Emerson, 

dwl 469 Stevenson 
Brown George, cook P. M. S. S. Great Republic 
Brown George, seaman, dwl 19 Commercial 
Brown George, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Brown George, seaman, dwl 132 Stewart 
Brown George F., calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's 

Hall 
Brown George F., night inspector Custom House 
Brown George T., salesman with T. Warwick, dwl 

119 Third 
Brown G. F., sliipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Brown Gideon H., dentist, 1003 Folsom, dwl S44 

Folsom 
BEOWN G. T. & CO., lithographers, 540 Clav 
Brown G. T., fCf. T. Brown & Go.) dwl 727 Clay 
Brown Guidon, carpenter, dwl 10 Anthony 
Brown Gustavus E. A., clerk with W. H. Rhea & 

Co., dwl 1615 California 
Brown Hamilton, porter with Brittan, Holbrook &. 
Co., dwl 1106 Montgomery 



Brown Hannah B., (widow) dwl SE cor Green and 

Mason 
Brown Harvey S., (Irving & B.) attorney at law, 

office 44 and 45 Mont. Block, dwl 1309 Powell 
Brown (Henry) & Morrison, (John) boarding, 

Oregon bet Drumni and East 
Brown Henry, barkeeper, NW cor Montgomery 

and Bush, dwl 515 Sacramento 
Brown Henry, clerk with Mitchell & Bell, dwl 126 

Bernard 
Brown Henry, cook Irving House, 568 Mission 
Brown Henry, local policeman, dwl Oregon near 

Dm mm 
Brown Henry, longshoreman, dwl W s Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Brown Henry, musician, dwl cor Dupont and Pac 
Brown Henry, porter, 119 Sansom, dwl 508 Howard 
Browu Henry, proprietor Bi'own's Hotel, 105 Clark 
Brown Henry, seaman, dwl 19 Commercial 
Brown Henry A., mariner, dwl Precita Avenue bet 

Howard and Mission 
Brown (Henry C.J Si, VfWson, ( William H.J as- 

phaltum roofers, 612 Mission 
Brown Henry C, (Brotvn & WilsonJ dwl 55 

Second 
Brown Henry C, bookkeeper Morning Call, dwl 

415 Broadway 
Brown Hein-y J., blacksmith with Pollard & Car- 

vill, dwl 253 Jessie 
Brown H. H., (colored) barber, 505 Broadway 
Brown Horace W., local policeman, dwl S s Fran- 
cisco bet Dupont and Stockton 
Brown Hugh G., Brevet Major U. S. A. and Aid de 

Camp, office 417 Kearny, dwl Point San J<)st5 
Brown Hyman, merchant, 410 Sac, dwl 317 Fifth 
Brown (Irexon C.J «fe Hussey, (Albion C.J carpen- 
ters, 707 Market 
Brown Ireson C, (Brown & HuKseyJ dwl W s 

Guerrero bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Brown Isaac W. W., meat market, 546 Third, dwl 

35 Oak Grove Avenue 
Brown James, brassfinisher with W. H. & D. M. 

Moore, dwl 23 Natoma 
Brown James, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Brown James, clerk, dwl 127 Fourth 
Brown James, cooper S. F. Sugar Eefinery, dwl 416 

Clementina 
Browu James, harnessmaker with Stone & Hayden, 

dwl 416 Folsom, rear 
Brown James, laborer S. F. Wool Exchange, dwl 

906 Vallejo 
Brown James, laborer. Lab. League, Dashaway 

Hall 
Brown James, laborer, dwl 5 Noble Place 
Brown James, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W s 

Kentucky nr Irwin 
Brown James, machinist, dwl NW cor Twentieth 

and Columbia 
Brown James, matlressmaker with J. F. & H. H. 

Schafer, dwl 124 Perry 
Brown James, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Brown James, seaman, bds 407 Drumm 
Brown James, seaman, dwl 541 First 
Brown James, teamster, dwl N W cor Green and Bat 
Brown James A., dwl Vii'ginia Block 
Brown James A., drayman, cor Front and Commer- 
cial, dwl 9 Riley 
Brown James F., carpenter with Mecli. Mill &. M. 

Co., dwl 337 Bush 
Brown James George, barkeeper, dwl 537 Mission 
lirovvn James H., shipcarpenter, dwl 445 Fifth 
Brown James S-, clerk, dwl 233 Clara 
Brown James W., furniture dealer, 7 Fourth, dwl 

NE cor Fourth and Mission 
Brown J. B., engineer steamer Pacific 
Brown J. B., baker Boston Cracker Co., dwl 210 

Washington 
Brown (JeaseJ & Feaster, (John J.J housedrainers 

and contractors night work, 2-35 Sutter 



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Brown Jesse, (BrowJi & Feaster) dwl 235 Salter 

Brown Jesse, fireman, dwl 617 Davis 

Brown Jesse R., milkman, dwl 248 Stevenson 

Brown J. H., en>rineer, dwl 507 Mission 

Brown J. H., sliipwriglit, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 

BROWN (John) & McGUUREN, rHenry A.) 

proprietors Harris' Sample Rooms, 432 Cal 
Brown John, (Broim & McGurrenJ dwl 432 Cal 
Brown (John) & Olsen, (John P.J restaurant, 638 

Pacific 
Brown John, baker with Donnelly & Brother, 112 

Kearny 
Brown Jolin, boilermaker Risdon Iron Works, dwl 

18 Minna 
Brown John, (eoloi'ed) bootblack, 781 Market 
Brown John, bootblacking. 268 First 
Brown John, calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Brown John, (colored) calker, dwl Bernard near 

Jones 
Brown John, carpenter NE cor Natoma and Sec- 
ond, dwl 18 Natoma 
Brown John, carpenter, dwl 339 Bnsh 
Brown John, carpenter, dwl 1231 Filbert 
Brown John, (Qnrroll & B.J (colored) dwl corner 

Larkin and Pacific 
Brown John, clerk with Meigs & Gawley, dwl 53 

Clementina 
Brown John, driver Central R. R., dwl N s Bran- 
nan nr Clinton 
Brown John, Harp Eiin Saloon, 631 Pacific 
Brown John, laborer, dwl 211 Green 
Brown John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brown John, liquors, dwl 640 Howard 
Brown John, longshoreman, dwl 331 East 
Brown .John, miner, dwl 13 Jenson 
Brown John, milk ranch, cor Missouri and Colusa 
Brown John, painter, dwl 317 Ritch 
Brown John, painter, E s Mission nr Thirtieth 
Brown John Rev., pastor Olivet Presbyterian 

Church, dwl 232 Sutter 
Brown John, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Brown John, seaman, dwl 127 Jackson 
Brown John, shipwright, dwl .508 Howard 
Brown John, teamster, dwl 629 Front 
Brown John, waiter Occidental Hotel 
Brown John, waiter with S. Callabotta, 18 Folsom 
Brown John A., driver with L. L. Rulo, dwl Fell 

bet Van Ness Avenue and Franklin 
Browu John A., porter with Robison & Son, dwl 

217 Washington 
Brown John Alex., salesman with L. Ponton de 

Arce, dwl 603 Pine 
Brown (John 5.y & Dunker, (Christopher J Brown's 

Slarket NE cor Folsom and Fremont 
Brown John B., (Brown db Dunkerjd-wl 320 Beale 
Brown John B., dwl 603 Pine 
Brown John D., liquor saloon, 112 First 
Brown John F., compositor Daily Times, dwl 1707 

Dupont 
Brown John J., milkman, dwl E s Bemal Hights nr 

San Bruno Road 
Brown John K., mate C. S. N. Co's stm Antelope 
Brown John Murray, carpenter and builder, dwl 

918 Pacific 
Brown John W., operator Western Union Telegraph 

Co., dwl cor liush and Montgomery 
Browu John W. W., butcher, Berry nr Third 
Brown Joseph, laborer Pioneer Woolen Factory 
Brown Joseph, seaman, dwl 806 Kearny 
Brown Joseph, waiter Russ House 
Brown Josiah S., lumberman, dwl 319 Folsom 
Brown J. R., conductor City Railroad, dwl cor Six- 
teenth and Howard 
Brown J. S., clerk with Pope & Talbot, dsvl pier 12 

Stewart 
Brown Julia B. Miss, assistant teacher Fourth Street 

Primary School, dwl 809 Mission 
Brown Kale (widow) luruished rooms. 111 Vallejo 
Brown L. A., stockbroker, dwl 1905 Larkin 



Brown Lewis, (Brown Bros. & Co. J dwl 408 Sixth 

Brown Lizzie Mrs., dwl 105 Eighth 

Brown L. M., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 

Brown Louis, boarding, 20 Folsom 

Brown Louis, mariner, dwl 26 Stewart 

Brown Louis, teamster, dwl 144 Stewart 

Brown Margaret, (widow) dwl N 8 Mission bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Browu Maria (widow) boarding, 317 Ritch 
Brown Mark, calker. Shin C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Brown Martha, (widow) dwl 818 Jackson 
Brown Martin, machinist Fulton Foundry, dwl E b 

Fremont nr Folsom 
Brown Mary, stewardess C S. N. Co.'a stm Julia 
Brown MarV A. T., shoefitter with Kowalsky &. 

Co., dwl 42 Moss 
Brown Mary G., sister superioress St. Mary's Hospi- 
tal 
Browu Matthew, plasterer, dwl cor Kearny and 

Jackson 
Browu Melchert, cook, dwl 507 Mission 
Browu Michael, laborer, dwl 9 Vareune 
Browu Michael, machinist with Jonathan Kittredge, 

dwl Wisconsin Hotel 
Brown Michael, laborer S. F. Gas Co 
Brown Michael, teamster, dwl 138 Silver 
Brown Minna, (widow) dwl 144 Stewart 
Brown Morris, (Brown Bros. & Co. J dwl 819 Post 
Brown (MosesJ &, Smith, (Robert) (colored), car- 
petcleauing, whitewashing, and bootblacking, 
1233 Dupont 
Browu Moses (Brown & SmithJ (colored) dwl S 8 

Gerke Alley 
Brown Moses P., hamessmaker with Main &. Win- 
chester, dwl 404 Sixth 
Brown (Nathan) &, Hutchinson ( T. R.J import- 
ers and jobbers clothing, 108 Battery 
Brown Nathan, (Brown iSc Hutchinson) dwl cor 

Bryant and Downey 
Brown Nicholas, laborer S. F. & P. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl 3 Leach 
Brown Oscar, porter with S. S. Butler, dwl NW' cor 

Keai-ny and Pacific 
Brown Patrick, laborer, dwl 37 Frederick 
Brown Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Brown Peter, housemover. dwl 927 Washington 
Brown Peter, mariner, bds 48 Sacramento 
Brown Philip, longshoreman, dwl N 8 Filbert nr 

Montgomery 
Brown P. Mills, painter, dwl E 8 Valeutia bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
Brown P. S. sailmaker, dwl 507 Mission 
Brown Raphael, bookkeeper with Brown Brothers 

& Co., dwl 408 Sixth 
Brown Richard, deputy sheriff. City Hall, dwl 1808 

Powell 
Brown Richard, fruits, SE cor Fifth and Shipley 
Brown Richard, laborer, dwl 122 Shipley 
Brown Richard, peddler, dwl 968 Folsom 
BROWN RICHARD, proprietor Cochituate Baths 
and Hairdressiug Saloon, 215 Sansom, dwl 818 
Green 
Brown Richard, soapmaker with John Toner, dwl 

SE cor Sixteenth and Potrero Avenue 
Brown Richard T.. dwl 8 Anthony 
Brown R. Nelson, jobber domestic goods, dwl 641 

Stevenson 
Brown Robert, boarding, 311 Clementina 
Brown Robert, laborer National Mills, dwl 1320 

Montgomery 
Browu Robert T., contractor whitewashing, 316 

Mont, dwl W 9 Alabama nr Twenty fourth 
BROWN ROLAND G., agent Grover & Baker 
Sewing Machine Co., 116 Mont, dwl 523 Gear^ 
Brown Sadie O., saleswoman with Hector W. 

Vaughan, dwl 6:52 Market 
Brown Sarah, (widow) (colored) Octavia nr Lom- 
bard 
Brown Samuel, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 



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Brown Samuel, local policeman Rincon Point Dock, 

dwl 403 Beale 
Brown Samuel, stevedore, Lumb. Stev. Aes., Barra's 

Hall 
Brown Samuel E., compositor, dwl SW cor Hyde 

and Bush 
BROWN r Samuel H.J & RUMRILL, fC H.J Tea.] 

estate and general business agents, otlice 2(1 

Montgomery 
Brown Samuel" H., (Brown & RumrillJ dwl 44 

Third 
Brown Samuel H., clerk with James Hunter, dwl 

124 Perry 
Brown Saraiiel S. P., longshoreman, dwl SE cor 

Sacramento and Drnmm 
Brown S. L. Miss, teacher, dwl cor Twenty-eighth 

and Church 
Brown Stephen Mrs., dwl 708 Folsom 
Brown Stephen G, hairdressing and bathing, 202 

Fourth, dwl 807 Ifoward 
Brown Sylvester B., dravman with James A. 

Brown, dwl 1207 Clay " 
Brown Theodore, collector, dwl 6 Prospect Place 
Brown Theodore, extraman steamer No. I, S. F. F. 

D., dwl engine house Pacific nr Montgomery 
Brown Theodore, proprietor Dresdeuer House, 

3.39 Bush 
Brown Thomas, dwl 719 Market 
Brown Thomas, assistant cashier Bank California. 

res Oakland 
Brown Thomas, calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Brown Thomas, carpenter, dwl 776 Harrison 
Brown Thomas, clerk, dwl N s Natoma bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Brown Thomas, coalpasser P. M. S. S. Montana 
Brown Thomas, harnessmaker Kimball Manufac- 
turing Co.. dwl 9 Garden 
Brown Thomas, laborer with Hobbs, Gilmore & 

Co.. dwl 778 Harrison 
Brown Thomas, longshoreman, dwl 5 Market 
Brown Thomas, longshoreman, dwl 315 Union 
Brown Thomas, manager with Treadwell & Co., 

dwl 711 Bush 
Brown Thomas, molder Fulton Fonndry, dwl 15 

Tehama 
Brown Thomas, packer with Wangenheim, Stern- 

heim <fc Co., dwl Natoma bet Seventh and Eisihih 
Brown Thomas, porter California Market, dwl 7 St. 

Mary Place 
Brown Thomas, seaman, bds 407 Drumm 
Brown Thomas, ship carpenter, dwl N s Day bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
Brown Thomas A., molder, dwl 28 Clementina 
Brown Thomas H., (colored) barber, dwl 505 

Broadway 
Brown Thomas R., show-card writer with William 

McDowell, dwl Overland House • 

Brown Waller Scott, salesman with Tobin, Dixon 

& Davisson, dw^l 2004 Dupont 
Brown W. Hall, capitalist, dwl 751 Clav 
Brown W. Hall Jr., pilot, dwl 751 Clay" 
Brown Wilfred L., student, 615 Sacramento, resides 

Mare Island 
Brown William, dwl 3 Park Avenue 
Brown William, dwl 113 Second 
Brown William, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 

751 Market 
Brown William, (colored) calker, dwl NW eor Clay 

and Mason 
Brown William, captain schooner West Evans, dwl 

SW cor Main and Riucou Court 
Brown William, carpenter, dwl 102.5 Dupont 
Brown William, clerk with Diederich Dreyer, dwl 

NE cor Kentucky and Gilmore 
Brow n William, collector, dwl 909 Howard 
Brown William, crockerj- and glassware, 221^ Du- 
pont, dwl 508 Market 
Brown William, driver with Pacific Union Express 

Co., dwl 15 Second 



Brown William, drover, dwl 723 Davis. 

Brown William, laborer, dwl b36 Commercial 

Brown William, laborer, dwl 18 Natoma 

Brown William, longshoreman, dwl SE cor Front 

and Broadway 
Brown William, sawmaker, 222 Jackson, dwl 1309 

Jackson 
Brown William, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart, 
Brown William, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Brown William, shipsmith, dwl W s Illinois bet 

Napa and Shasta 
Brown William, waiter P. M. S. S. Montana 
Brown William, wheelwright, dwl W s Utah bet 

Sixteenth and El Dorado 
Brown William A., engineer, dwl 421 Fremont 
Brown William F., teamster, pier 3 Stewart, dwl 

621^ Minna 
BROWN (William H.) &l ARNOLD, (Cyrus J 

fruits and vegetables. 30 and 31 Cal. M^irket 
Brown William H., (Brown & Arnold) dwl 605 

Howard 
Brown William H., clerk with Treadwell & Co., 

dwl 1814 Dupont 
BROWN WILLIAM H., contractor night work, 
211 Sutter 
, Brown William H., driver Omnibus R. R 

Brown William H., driver S. F. Package Express Co 
I Brown William H.. porter, 117 Post 
I Brown William K., dravman with William Mever 
I & Co., dwl 20 Ellis 

Brown Wm. il. carpenter, res Mayfield 
Brown Wm. N., shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Brown William P., dwl 114 Bernard 
Brown William P., produce dealer, 328 Third, dwl 

45 Louisa 
Brown W. P., carpenter. H. C. League, 25 Post 
Brown Wilson, cooper with Lyon & Co., dwl How- 
ard, Berual Hights 
Browne David S.. (Mowry & B.) 654 Market 
Browne Edward W. condnclor City Railroad, dwl 

cor Mission and Fifteenth 
Browne George, painter, dwl 1034 Folsom 
Browne J. Ross, general agent, office 91 Montgom- 
ery Block, res Oakland 
Browne, Thomas J., dwl North Avenue, nr Court- 
land, Beraal Hights 
BROWNELL ABNER, Rotunda Saloon, Mer- 
chants' Exchange, dwl 2212 Mason 
'Bro-vsmag Axign^XJ Schneider & i?.y dwl 1.500 Leav 
Browning George W., clerk, 321 Jlontgomery 
Browning Jaob, drayman. 111 Front, dwl SW cor 

McAllister and Larkin 
Browning Jeremiah, drayman. 111 Front, dwl SW 

cor McAllister and Larkin 
Browning William, ( Wheelan & Co.) dwl 771 Fol 
Brownlee John, sign and shippainter, SW cor Front 

and Washington 

Brownlie James S., watchman S. F. Candle Works, 

j dwl E s Diamond bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 

j Brown's Hotel, Henry Brown proprietor, 105 Clark 

; Brownsteiu George, (E. Goslinsky & Co.) dwl 520 

Eddy 
, Brownstone Isaac, (of I. Brownstone <£ Bros., 
' Santa Cruz and WotsonviUe.J office 26 San- 

I Bom, dwl cor Post and Larkin 

I Brownstone Moses, merchant, dwl 1002 Larkin 
I Bruce Alexander, tinsmith with G. & W. Snook 
Bruce Charles, baker, dwl 110 Silver 
BRUCE DONALD, book and job printer, 534 Com- 
mercial, dwl 828 Geary 
j Bruce Donald, carpenter, dwl 726 Mission 
Bruce Hannah Mrs., housekeeper Cosmopolitan 
Hotel 
j Bruce Henry, longshoreman, dwl Goodsell Place 
Bruce Henry, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
j Bruce James H., seacaptain, dwl 1218 Jackson 
1 Bruce John, calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
I Bruce John B.. agent Yosemite VaUey Stage Line, 
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Bruce Lewis P., housepainter, 725 Broadway, rear 

Bruce Ralph, mariner, dwl 25 Scott 

Bruce Roljerc, clerk with Balfour, Guthrie & Co., 

•130 California 
Bruce Washington, bootmaker, dwl 110 Silver 
Bruce William, dwl N s Jersey bet Noe and Castro 
Bruce William, seaman, bds 35 Pacific 
Brucb S., dwl 1 St. MaiT Place 
BRUCK ALEXANDER A., physician, office and 

dwl 742 Broadwav 
Bruck Charles, bds .338 Bush 
Brucker Louis, gilder with Nile &, Durney, dwl 

813 Washington 
Bruder Jlartiu, bds 33S Bush 
Bruder William, dwl 716 Pacific, rear 
Brueck H. Rev., pastor German M. E. Church, dwl 

864 Folsom 
Brugge Jacob, carpenter, dwl 728 Market 
Brugge Ludwig, tailor, dwl 429 Bush 
Bruggeman Henry, asphaltum roofer, dwl 31 Lang- 
ton 
Bruggeman Henry, cutter with I. Eisenberg & Bro,, 

dwl SW cor Dupont and T'nion 
Briiggeraan Gerhard, baker with Schroth & Wester- 

feld, 2-30 Kearny 
Brahns Henry, laborer, dwl Sansom bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 
Bruhns Julius, harnessmaker with John O'Kane, 

dwl Filbert bet Sansom and Montgomery 
Bruhns William, milk depot, 1317 Stockton 
Bruel John, calker, dwl 54 Firet 
BRUMAGIM JOHN W., attorney at law and gen- 
eral agent Great Western Life Ins. Co., office 36 
and 37 MontKomery Block, dwl 1315 Mason 
BRUxMFIELD W. H., attorney at law, SW corner 
Montgomery and Clay, dwl Es Capp bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth 
Brumighion Samuel, teamster, pier 2^ Stewart, dwl 

S s Hayes bet Octavia and Laguna 
Bruml Sinion, porter 222 California 
Brumley C. R., dwl 1619 Sacramento 
Brumley M. 1. Miss, assistant teacher Drumm Street 

Primary School, dwl 1619 Sacramento 
Brumm George S., local policeman 
Brum well A., groceries and liquors, NW cor San- 
som and Union, dwl E s Sansom nr Union 
Brun Peter, cook, dwl SE comer Broadway and 

Dupont 
Brune i" An gust J &. Lemcke, f Otto J hairdressers, 

129 Fourth 
Brune August, cigar manufacturer, 717 Sansom 
Bruue {Henry J & Koster, (Frederick) Central Sa- 
loon, NW cor Kearny and Geai-y 
Brune Henry, (Bnnie & KodcrJ dwl 115 Morton 
Brunell Alexander, ship carpenter, bds 20 Com 
Burner B. P., superintendent Pacific Rolling Mill 

Co.. dwl Occidental Hotel 
Brnner John { Wcintratit & B.J dwl E s Reed PI 
Bruner William H., physician, office 21 Post, dwl 

654 Folsom 
Brunes Frederick, locksmith, dwl 11 Pacific 
Brunes John, cook, dwl 507 Mi-ssion 
Brunig Charles, baker with T. Dellwig, dwl 738 

Howard 
Bruning Annie Mrs., (widow) lodgings, 658 Mission 
Bruning C, miller with Eisen Bros., dwl 16 Ste- 
venson 
Bruning Louis, laborer California Sugar Refinery, 

dwl Brvant bet Seventh and Eighth 
Bruninsr William, { Fntschcn d; B.) dwl 2 Cal 
BRUNINGS MARTIN & CO., rClans Mangeh) 
groceries and liquors, SW comer Third and 
Mission 
BruDJes Diederich, groceries and liquors, 788 Har- 
rison and Mission nr Five-Mile House 
Brunjes Fred., porter with Taylor «fc Bendel, dwl 

2013 Mason 
Brnnjes Henry, salesman with D. Brunjee, dwl 788 
Harrison 



Brunjes John, clerk with Hildebrandt& Co., dwl 

224 Third 
Brunn ThogerO., salesman with Kohler, Chase & 

Co., dwl 734 Montgomery 
Brunner Hugh, restaurant, dwl 723 Sansom 
Brunner Jacob A., /'6r<7ZieZ <fc Co.; dwl U2l Green- 
wich 
Brunner Louis, (Giannini & B.) dwl SW cor Pa- 
cific and Sansom 
Bruno Charles, barkeeper, dwl 228 Bush 
Bruno Giuseppe, cook with 6. Campi & Co., 519 Clay 

Brunotte Louis, tailor, 4 August Alley 
Bruns Brothers, f Nicholas' and Peter) groceries, 
wines and liquors, cor Third and Berry 

Bruns Christian, physician, dwl NE cor Taylor and 
Greenwich 

Bruns Conrad, (Hasbach & B.J dwl 51 Minna 

Bruns Conrad, laborer, dwl 2.59 Clara 

Bruns Conrad, laborer, dwl W s Bryant bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth * 

Brans f Frederick) & Brother, (George Bruns) 
groceries and liquors, SW cor Folsom and Spear 
and SW cor Mission and Sixteenth 

Bruns (Frederick) & Co., (Claim Mi i/er) grocenea 
and liquors, NE cor Batterj' and Green 

Bruns Frederick, (Bruns <& Brother, and Bruns 
& Co.) dwl SW cor Mission and Sixteenth 

Bruns Frederick, helper with Jonathan Kittredge, 
dwl 11 Pacific 

Bruns George, (Bruns & Bro.) dwl SW cor Mis- 
sion and Sixteenth 

Bruns Henry & Peter, milkranch, W s Old San 
Jose Road bet Thirtieth and Thirty-first 

Bruns Hem-y, boatman, dwl 5 Mission 

Bruns Henry, (Henry Janssen & Co.) dwl 30 
Everett 

Bruns Henry, groceries and liquors, 732 Filbert 

Bruns Hermann, store bookkeeper Custom House, 
dwl 125 Seventh 

Bruns Hermina Mrs., dressmaker, 770 Howard 

Bruns John D., cabinetm:iker with Goodwin & 
Co., dwl 8 Telegi-aph Place 

Bruns Nicholas, (Bruns Brotlters) dwl Gordon 
nr Harrison 

BRUNS NICHOLAS, groceries and liquors, 6J7 
Davis, dwl SE cor Guerrero and Camp 

Bruns Peter, (Bruns Brothers) dwl 206 Perry 

Bruns William, pieture-framemaker with S. & G. 
Gump, dwl Palm House 

Bruns William, mai'iner, bds 39 Jackson 

Brunt Samuel, express wagon, SE cor Sutter and 
Kearny, dwl W s Bartlett bet Twenty-fourlb 
and Twenty-fifth 

Brunt William N., butcher, dwl -521 Jessie 

Bruntsch Carl, clerk with John H. Boden &. Co., 
dwl 919 Jackson 

Bruscel James, clerk, dwl 228 Minna 

Brush Creek G. & S. Mining Co., office 206 Wash- 
ington 

Brush George, grainer, dwl S s Ellis nr Steiner 

Brush Holbrook, shipsmith, dwl Ss Ellis bet Fil- 
more and Steiner 

Brush Reuben G., bookkeeper with R. B. Swain & 
Co., dwl 1022 Geary 

Bruso Edwin, laborer with J. B. Kemp 

Brutscher Adam, harnessmaker with Main & Win- 
chester, dwl 208 Sntter 

Bryan Archibald C, carpenter, dwl 305 Bryant 

Bryan Charles H., broker, office 420 Montgomery, 
dwl S 8 Seventeenth bet Guerrero and Dolores 

Brvan Dudley C, broker, dwl 810 Stockton 

Bryan Edward, plumber, dwl 509 Bryant 

Bryan Edward, porter, 204 Sansom, dwl 126 Welsh 

Bryan (Edwin H.) <fe Coe, (John T.) house bro- 
kers, collectors, and real estate agents, office 603 
Kearny 

Bryan Edwin H., (Bryan & Coe) dwl 728 Filbert 

Bryan Frank, clerk Sub. Dep. U. S. A., 204 Sutter, 
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Bryan Frederick, clerk with Alexander Pallies, 

dwl 525 Mission 
Bryau John M., stoves, tinware, and manuf hy- 
draulic pipes, 15 Second, dwl 13 Anthony 
Bryan Mark H., carpenter, W s Gordon nr Har 
Bryan Mors^an, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W 8 

Kentucky nr Irwin 
Bryan Thomas, blacksmith, dwl 3 Varenne 
BRYAN THOMAS, wines and liquors, 322 and 324 

Sansoni, dwl 813 Bush 
Bryan Timothy, laborer Pacific Rolling Mills 
Bryan William, bookkeeper with Leopold Miller, 

dwl 31 John 
Bryan William, real estate, office 324 Sansom, dwl 

813 Bush 
Bryan William, surveyor, dwl 509 Bush 
BliYAN ( William J. J & CO., druggists, SW cor 
Mission and Second, NW cor Second and How- 
ard, and NW cor Third and Howard 
Bryan f William J.J &. Doud, ( AaronJ real estate 

agents, office 420 Montgomery 
BRYAN WILLIAM J., (Bryan & Bond, and 
Bryan & Co.) office 420 Montgomery, dwl 618 
Third 
Bryan William J., superintendent N. P. T. Go's 

Wharf, dwl SE coy Third and Folsom 
Bryandy John, plumber. Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Bryans Edward, packer with Russell & Erwin Man- 
ufacturing Co., dwl 123 Welsh 
Bryant Alfred, machinist Risdon Iron Works, bds 

American E.xchange 
Bryant Andrew J., merchant, dwl 820 Sutter 
Bryant C. C, conductor N. B. & M. R. R., dwl SW 

cor Fourth and Folsom 
Bryant Crawford, clerk, dwl 900 Clav 
BRYANT (Daniel S.J & COOK, (David S.; com- 
mission merchants, 306 Davis 
Bryant Daniel S., (Bryant iif CookJ res Oakland 
Bryant Frederick, dwl NW cor Bdwy and Kearny 
Bryant George W., merchant, dwl 803 Mason 
Bryant Henry T., sawyer California Mills, dwl N s 

Howard nr Spear 
Bryant James E., selector with R. A. Swain & Co., 

dwl S 8 Fulton nr Octavia 
Bryaut James L., pilot, dwl 819 Greenwich 
Bi-yant (JohnJ&L Strahan, (SimonJ woodcaryers, 33 

Fremont 
Bi-yant Jobn (Bryant & Strahan J dwl W s Folsom 

bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Bryant John, compositor Examiner, dwl NE cor 

Valencia and Twenty-fourth 
Bryant John R., carriagepainter with Walcom & 

Gowan, dwl SE cor Market and Second 
Bryant Joseph, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bryant J. R., varnisher with W. G. Weir, dwl 

Stevenson nr Fifth 
Bryant Lucy Mrs., milliner, dwl 1320 Stockton 
Bryant Michael, shipwright, dwl cor Berry and 

Madden 
Bryant M. M. Miss, dwl 272 Clementina 
Bryant Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bryant (RichardJ & Sellers, (JesseJ boot and shoe 

manufacturers, 125 Sansom 
Bryant Richai'd, (Bryant & SeUerxJ dwl 417 Bdwy 
Bryant Samuel, (colored) carpenter, dwl Green- 
wich bet Larkin and Polk 
Bryant Thomas, cook P. M. S. S. Constitution 
Bryant Thomas S., painter with C. H. Sykes, dwl 4 

Cleveland 
Bryant Warren, manuf boxes, dwl W s Folsom 

bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Bryant Williiim, driver Front St. O. & M. R. R., 

dwl 1322 Polk 
BRYANT WILLIAM J. O., (colored) physician, 

office and dwl 1007 Pacific 
Bryant William L., mailing clerk S. F. Postoffice, 

dwl cor Pine and Mason 
Bryant. — See Briant and Bryan 
Bryce Thomas, cook City and Connty Almshouse 



Bryden George, (Larzelere & B.J dwl S 8 Tehama 

bet First and Second 
Brydfjres Marshall C, stoves and tinware, 3 Califor- 
nia, dwl 146 Tehama 
Bryley John, spinner Mission Woolen Mills, dwl E s 

Columbia nr Sixteenth 
Bryson Cyrus W., (Reed, H. & Co.) dwl525i Fourth 
Bryson James, dwl 728 Market 
Bryson Peter, with S. F. Gas Co., dwl 42 Ecker 
Bryson William, boilermaker, dwl 17 Natoma 
Bub Ludwig, jeweler with Hubash &, Kutz, dwl 

cor Powell and Pacific 
Buch Charles, waiter, 324 Montgomery 
Buch Fred, musician Maguire's Opera House, dwl 

811 Union 
Buch Jacob S., with Bradley & Cockrill,521 Front 
Buchan James, machinist, dwl 333 Bush 
Buchan P. G., attorney at law, office 57 Montgom- 
ery Block, res Alameda 
BUCHANAN HENRY, Buck's Headquarters, 5 

Spring 
Buchanan James, laborer, dwl 509 Howard 
Buchanan John, carpenter, dwl N W cor Jones and 

Bernard 
Buchanan William G., bootmaker, U. W. M. B. and 

S. Co., dwl 765 Bryant 
Buchard James M. Rev., S. J., professor St. Igna- 
tius College, 841 Market 
Bucher James, calker, ShipC. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Buchert George, ship builder, foot Taylor, North 
Beach, dwl S s Francisco bet Mason and Taylor 
Buchert Matthias, carpenter, dwl 2017 Mason 
Buchert Matthew, ship carpenter, dwl 2017 Mason 
Buchhalter Elizabeth, (widow) dwl 1426 Dupont 
BUCHHOLTZ (John) & KOCK, (ClausJ propri- 
etors New Atlantic Hotel, 624 Pacific 
Buchholtz John, (Brichholtz & Kock) dwl 624 Pacific 
Buching Diedrich, cooper with Kroger & BoUe, dwl 

cor Bryant and Ritch 
Buchner August, laborer, dwl 338 Bush 
Buchner Charles, billiardtablemaker with Strahle & 

Hughes, dwl 107 Garden 
Bucholz Charles, dwl 339 Bush 
Buck Andrew J., milkman, dwl E s Mission bet 

Thirtieth and Thirty-first 
Buck C. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Buck D., dwl Occidental Hotel 
Buck George, engineer Pacific Rolling Mill, dwl 

E 8 Georgia nr Shasta 
Buck George, jobwagon, NW cor Montgomery 

and Clay, dwl 314 Third 
Buck Henry, hairdresser with Sonnenfeld & Loud, 

dwl 320 Minna 
Buck Hermann, briclftnaker, bds 39 Jackson 
Buck John, ( Ohlandt Sj- Co.) dwl Hampshire nr 

Butte 
Buck John, surveyor, dwl Bush nr Devisadero 
Buck Joseph, with J. Shneider, dwl N s Grove ni- 

Franklin 
Buck Louis, dwl 7 Carlos Place 
Buck Wilhelm, ship carpenter, bds 7 Washington 
Buck William, carpenter with Langland & Cam- 
eron, dwl cor Ritch and Brannan 
Buckbee C. A. Rev., pastor Fifth Baptist Church, 

dwl 122 Taylor 
Buckbee John R., attorney at law, dwl 443^ Natoma 
BUCKELEW (Moses S.J & CO., (George Lamb) 

groceries, provisions, and teas, 520 Market 
Buckelew Moses S., (Buckelew & Co. J dwl 1909 

Polk 
Buckenbak Sarah Mrs., seamstress, dwl 220 Third 
Buckholtz Henry, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Bucking (John) & Borger, (Louis) groceries and 

liquors, 515 Bryant 
Bucking John, (Bucking & Borger) dwl 515 Bryant 
Buckingham Charles E., real estate agent, office 601 

California, dwl 502 Montgomery 
Buckingham Helen, (widow) dwl 717 Bush 



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Buckingham (Tkomns H.j ft, Hedit, f Isaac ond 
Louis Jr.) whoksale boot munufdcturera, NVV 
cor Haight and Gough 
Buckingbam Thomas H., (Buckingham & HechtJ 

dwi 905 Market 
Buckiii!<ham William Henry, clerk, dwl 410 Kearny 
Buckler A. G., carpenter, dwl How and Nineteenth 
Bnckley Andrew, porter with JohnC. Morrison Jr., 

dwi Vn Shipley 
Bucklev Christopher, saloon, 612 Washington, dwl 

1136 Pacific 
Buckley Cornelius, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bucklev Cornelius, macbiuist, liisdon Iron Works, 

dwl 408 Beale 
Buckley Cornelius P., physician and surgeon, office 

and dwl 509 Kearny " 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, dwl 56 Minna 
Bucklev Daniel, laborer, Lab. League, Dashaway 

Hall 
Buckley Daniel, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Buckley Daniel, steward St. Nicholas Hotel 
Buckley Daniel, (Stewart & B.) dwl 239 Stev 
Buckley David, porter with A. C Dietz & Co., dwl 

5(;9 Mission 
Buckley Dennis, laborer, dwl 519 Mission 
Buckley Dennis, laborer mth J. B. Kemp 
Bucklev Edmund, mason and bricklayer, dwl 907 

Clay 
Bnckley Edward, actor Pacific Melodeon 
Buckley Edward, bricklayer with George D. Nagle, 

dwl 553 Biyant 
Buckley Edward J., actor California Theater, dwl 

321 Union 
BUCKLEY EDWARD P., license collector Citv 
and Countv San Erancisco, office 7 City Hall, 
dwl 2006 Powell 
Bucklev (Frank J ) & Egan, (M. J.) builders, 

NW cor Ellis and Broderick 
Buckley James, dwl cor Polk and Green 
Buckley James, butcher with Newman & Strubl, 

dwl 704 Battery 
Buckley James A., bricklayer, dwl 414 Mai'ket 
Buckley James D., laborer,' Laborers' League, Dash- 
away Hall 
BuckleyJamesH.jlaborer, Laborers' League, Dash- 
away Hall 
Buckley J. J., laborer. Laborers' League, Daoh- 

away Hall 
Buckley Jeremiah, helper Risdon Iron W^orks, dwl 

518 Stevenson 
Buckley Jeremiah, shoemaker, B. and S. Union, 

dwl 531 Howard 
Buckley Jeremiah J., porter 15 Sansom, dwl W s 

Sbotwell bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Buckley Jerry, farmer, dwl Point Lobos Road nr 

Homestead House 
Buckley John, dwl 65 Natoma 
Buckley John, bootmaker with Martin Barry, dwl 
Martin's Block, Market bet Seventh and Eighth 
Buckley John, bricklayer, dwl 1136 Pacific 
Buckley John, clerk with Treadwell & Co., dwl 

cor Second and Howard 
Buckley John, gasfitter with P. R. O'Brien, dwl 28 

]\Iinna 
Buckley John A., boilermaker Vulcan Ii-on Works, 

dwl 766 Howard 
Buckley Jolm L., bookkeeper with Lewis Broth- 
el's, dwl 321 Union 
Buckley John P., (widow) dwl SW cor Taylor and 

Jackson 
Buckley Lawrence, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Buckley M., (widow) liquor saloon, SE cor Jones 

and Bay 
Buckley Michael, clerk, dwl 520 Folsom 
Buckley Michael, porter with L. and M. Sachs &. Co., 

dwi 5 Natoma 
Buckley Patrick, laborer, dwl 925 Broadway 
Buckley I'atrick, laborer, dwl Laurel Hill Cemetery 
Buckley Patrick H., shoemaker, dwl 3 Mary Lane 



Bucklev Samuel, machinist Risdon Iron Works, 

dwi 308 Beale 
Bucklev Stephen R., housemover, dwl 164 Tehama 
Bucklev Thomas, clerk C. H., dwl 36 Gearv 
Bucklev Timothv, porter with T. H. Hatc& & Co., 

dwi 1311 Pine 
Buckley William, brickmaker, dwl NE Polk and 

Green 
Bucklin Albert, carpenter with A. A. Snyder, dwl 

W B Mission bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Bucklin E. P., clerk W^liat Cheer House Restau- 
rant 
Bucklin John W., agent, dwl 31 1 Stockton 
Bucklin Silver Mining Co., (White Pine) office 40 

Merchtmts' Exchange 
BUCKMAN BROTHERS, (George A. and Harry 

L.J capital saloon, 226 Montgomery 
Buckman Frederick, freight hand S."F. & S. J. 

R. R 
Buckman George A., (Buckman Brotker.iJ dwl 

323 Keamy 
Buckman Harry L., (Buckman Brothers) dwl 823 

Montgomery 
Buckmanh Henry, porter with Lake Vineyard 

Wine Co., dw'l 8 Lafayette Place 
Buckmaster John, plasterer, dwl 213 Stevenson 
Bucknall M. J. Mrs., dwl 425 Sutter 
Bucknam Charles, barkeeper with Charles Smith, 

dwl 845 Dupont 
Bucknam Charles, clerk, dwl 22 Stone 
Bucknam Clara Miss, a88if<tant teacher Bincon 

Grammar School, dwl 309 Fremont 
BUCKNAM EZRA T., stoves and tinware, 22 

Stewart, dwl 309 Fremont 
Buckner Aaron C, hairdresser, dwl 107 Geary 
Buckner (Charles) & Hoffman, ( WilliamJ carpen- 
ters, 29 and 31 Geary 
Buckner Charles, (Buckner Sf Hoffman) dwl 106 

Garden 
Buckow Emil von, driver with D. Ghirardelli & 

Co., dwl 632 Broadway 
Budd John, fireman C. S. N. Co's steamer Yo- 

semite 
Budd W. C, stockbroker, office 336 Mont, dwl 15 

Guy Place 
Budden James, bootmaker, 424 Folsom 
Budget John, deckhand C. S. N. Co's stm Capital 
Budke Herman, (Miller & B.) dwl 909 Post 
Budt John, seaman, dwl 132 Stewart 
Bueche Louis E., dwl 728 Market 
Buehler Jacob M. Rev., pastor St. Paul's German 

Lutberan Church, dwl 29 O'Farrell 
Buel Frederick, agent California Bible Society, 757 

Market, resides Clinton 
BueU Charles C, engineer with Driscoll & Hagen, 

dwl 2208 Powell 
Buena Vista Homestead Association, office 305 

Montgomery 
BUENA VISTA VINICULTURAL SOCIETY, 

office 409 Battery, up stairs 
Buena & Co., (Chinese) cigar manufacturers, 723 

Sacramento 
Buenan Agathe Miss, assistant teacher South Cos- 
mopolitan Grammar School, dwl 320 Clem 
Buermann Frederick, bookkeeper with F. Mandle- 

baum, dwl 28 Hunt 
Buero Gerolomo, cook with G. Campi & Co., 519 

Clay 
Buessard Neulens J., (Duhurcau & J5.y dwl SE cor 

Montgomery and Pacific 
Buettiier Hermann, teacher piauo, dwl 1511 Mason 
BUFFANDEAU EMILE B., collector, office 526 

Merchant room lit, dwl 405 Kearny 
BUFFINGTON JOHN M., mining secretary, office 

37 Merchants' Exchange, dwl 137 Silver 
Buffington Williim H., clerk with John M. Buffing- 
ton, dwl 137 Silver 
Bufford Henry, driver, dwl W s Bartlett bet Twen- 
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BufFord Henry L., clerk Contra Costa Laundi-y 

Association, dwl 505 Sutter 
Buftbrd James L., painter, dwl 505 Sutter 
Bufford Samuel P., fS. F. Laundry Association) 

dwl 505 Sutter 
BufFum R. V. Mrs., dressmaker, 623 Howard 
Bugbee Cbarles L., (S. C. Bugbee <& Son) dwl 732 

Howard 
Bugbee George E., laborer Custom House, dwl N s 

Tehama nr Ninth 
Bugbee John S., (Scripture 4- Bugbee) attorney at 

law, oilice SW corner Clay and Montgomery, 

dwl 641 Harrison 
Bugbee Joseph, clerk, dwl 371 Brannan 
BUGBEE S. C. & SON, (Vkarles L. Bugbcej 

architects, office 402 Montgomery, room 2/ 
Bugbee S. C, (S. C. Bugbee d,- Son) dwl 641 Har 
Bugbee Sumner W., business agent, office 402 Mont- 

gomeiy, dwl 641 Harrison 
Biihler A., apothecary and chemist, 905 Kearny 
Buhler C, shoemaker, dwl SW comer Dupoul aud 

Broadway 
Buhler John F., bootmaker, 529 Jackson, dwl SW 

cor Dupont and Broadway 
Buhlert Albert, (Julms Biilllert & Bra.) dwl 919 

Clay 
BUHLERT JULIUS & BRO., (Albert BuhlertJ 

groceries and liquors, NE cor Stock and Clay 
Buhlert Julius, (Julius Buhlert & Bra. J dwl 19 

Clay 
Buhlinger Joseph, dwl 421 Pine 
Biihriug Rudolph, bookkeeper with J. A. Folger & 

Co., dwl 632 Broadway 
Buja (Nicholas) & Gliubetich (Michael) liquor 

saloon, 605 Davis 
Buja Nicholas, (Buja Sf Gliubetich) dwl 605 Davis 
Buker E. K., shipjoiner. Ship J. Ass., 751 Market 
BUKER (Livy K.) & CO., exchange brokers, 304 

Montgomery 
Buker Livy K. (Buker & Co.) dwl 15 Sutter 
Buland Michael, harnessmaker, dwl 308 Tehama 
Bulard Reuben, dwl W s Larkin nr Geary 
Bulbridge John, fruits, 300 Bush, dwl cor Sacra- 
mento and Leidesdoi-ff 
Bulcer Charles, porter with John G. Hodge & Co., 

dwl 626 California 
Bulger Martin, chief engineer P. M. S. S. Japan, 

dwl 15 Russ 
Bulger Samuel, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
BULKELEY L. E., attorney at law, office 603 

Washingtou, dwl 919 Stockton 
Bulkley David, carpenter, dwl 231 Stevenson 
Bulkley Ichabod, clerk with C. A. Hooper & Co., 

dwl NW cor Channel and Fourth 
Bulkley Milton, ( Slierwood B. df Co.) dwl Capp 

bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
BULL ALPHEUS, president Gould & Curry S. 

M. Co. and Savage M. Co., office SW cor Cal- 
ifornia and Sausom, dwl NE cor Leavenworth 

and Francisco 
Bull Jacob, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bull James, tailor, dwl 706 Bush 
Bull John, carpenter, dwl 128 Kearny 
Bullard 6. C, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bullard James H., ( Hixon & B.) dwl E s Hyde bet 

Greenwich and Filbei't 
Bullard M. B., agent patents, dwl 872 Mission 
Bullai'd William, cook, dwl 522 Market 
Bullard William, drayman with George Robinson, 

dwl Gilbert bet Bryant and Brannan 
Bullard William P., clerk with Adam T. Green, dwl 

Es Hyde bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Bullen H. M., sliipwright. Ship Ass., Barra's Hall 
Bullen Jonathan, bricklayer. Bricklayer's Pro. Ass., 

751 Market 
Bulletti (Constantino) & Selna (Ubaldo) fruit mer- 
chants, Pacific Fruit Market 
Bulletti Constantino (Bulletti & Selna) dwl 1714 

Dupont 



Bulletti William, waiter, 5] 8 Market, dwl 44 Shipley 
Buliis Edward A., clerk with S. C. Blake, dwl NW 

cor Jackson and Stockton 
Buliis Horace N., carpenter, dwl 110 Sixth 
Bullivant Herbert E., clerk 117 Pine, dwl cor Lom- 
bard and Kearny 
Bullock A. M., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Bullock Ezekiel, woodturner Kimball Manufactur- 
ing Co., dwl J 8 William 
BULLOCK (Frank D.) &l JONES, (John L.) 

gents' furnishing goods and merchant tailori?, 

421 Montgomery 
Bullock Frank D., (Bullock & Jones) dwl 423 

Sutter 
Bullock L. L., Tide Land Commissioner, office SW 

cor Clay and Kearny, dwl 1507 Larkin 
BuUotti Ferdinand, painter with John B. Hermann, 

dwl NE cor Dupont and Broadway 
Bullwinkel John F., groceries and liquors, 25 

Louisa 
Bulman James C, boots and shoes, 319 Fifth, dwl 

17 Fifth Avenue 
Bulmore Robert R., salesman with D. Porter, dwl 

1316 Jackson 
Bulson John, engineer tugboat Rabboni, dwl 1061 

Folsom 
Bultmann August ( William Bofer & Co.) dwl 610 

Sacramento 
Bumb Peter, (Dascey & B.) dwl 436 Union 
Bumm George S., policeman, dwl 311 Eddy 
Bumm George W., pressman with E. Bosqui & Co., 

dwl 531 Geary 
Bumpus Peleg, dwl 822 Vallejo 
Bunce Samuel, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 

751 Market 
Bunce William, bookkeeper with Hobbs, GiImore& 

Co., dwl 1.329 Sacramento 
Bundsen Andrew, cook, 607 Sacramento 
Bundsohn Charles, bookkeeper with Smith, Bro^\Ti 

& Co., dwl 620 Vallejo 
Bundy Charles S., (colored) barber stm Great Re- 
public, dwl 1134 Pacific 
Bundy John H., messenger Superintendent's Dept. 

U. S. B. Mint, dwl cor Utah and Sixteenth 
Bundy Joseph, (colored) bootblack with Henry W. 

Stable, dwl cor Utah and Sixteenth 
Bundy Thomas, (colored) hog ranch, dwl NE cor 

Si.xteenili and Utah 
Buneman (Henry) & Co., (Jacob Tautphavsj 

wines and liquors, 407 Commercial 
Buneman Henry (Buneman & Co.) dwl cor Green- 
wich and Powell 
Bunemann Charles, broker, dwl 903 Larkin 
Bunker Alfred W., clerk with William B. Johnston, 

dwl 865 Mission 
Bunker C A., salesman with G. C. Holman & Co., 

dwl 535 Sacramento 
Bunker Cromwell, with Auradou & Bunker, dwl 

1304 Jackson 
Bunker Frederick H. , porkpacker with Auradou &, 

Bunker, dwl 117 Bernard 
Bunker Frederick R., bookkeeper with John W. 

Brumagim, 36 and 37 Moutgomeiy Block 
Bunker George F., mariner, dwl 13 DeBoom 
Bunker G- H., pilediiver with E. C. Boobar & Co., 

dwl 213 Minna 
Bunker Henry C. Jr., clerk with Bunker & Wheel- 
er, dwl Mission opp Twelfth 
Bunker (Henry S.) & Wheeler, (H. T.) Custom 

House brokers, 504 Battery 
Bunker Henry S., (Bunker & Wheeler) dwl N s 

Mission bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Bunker Henry S. jr., clerk, dwl N s Mission bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Bunker H. J. Mrs., dwl 1129 Clay 
Bunker Paul, foreman Oriental Bonded Warehouse, 

dwl 154 Silver 
Bunker Robert F., (Auradou d: B.) dwl 1610 

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Banker William M., Bulletin Editorial Rooms, dwl 

114 Perrv 
Banker W. W., clerk Daily Times, dwl SE corner 

Leavenworth and Broadway 
Bunksin A., laundrvman Russ House 
Buun G. H., printer, dwl 209 Leidesdorff 
Bunnell E. P., dentist, office 319 Kearny, res Fruit 

Vale, Alameda Co 
Banner Jennie M. Mrs., assistant agent Ladies' 

Depository, 6 Post, dwl 218 Stockton 
Banner Stephen, policeman City Hall dwl 522 

Union 
Bunt James, carpenter, dwl Telegraph House 
Buntielieh H., wagon, Haves Valley 
BUNTING (Joseph) & PARSONS, (George H.) 

clothing, 624 Clay 
Bunting Joseph, (Bunting & ParsonsJ dwl 362 

Brannan 
Banyan Dennis, laborer Pacific Glass Works, dwl 

Mariposa nr Mississippi 
Banyan Thomas, packer Pacific Glass Works, dwl 

'Mariposa nr Mississippi 
Burbank Anthony, haruessmaker, N s Valencia nr 

Market 
Burbank Caleb, attorney at law, 418 California, dwl 

SW cor Clay and Leavenworth 
Barbank C. H., shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Burbidge Miss, dwl 100^ Second 
BurburV William, scenic artist Maguire's Opera 

House, dwl 829 Vallejo 
Burcham John, traveling agent with Kimball & 

Co., dwl 110 Jones 
Burchart Robert, carpenter, dwl 1313 Dupont 
Burchfield C. E., printer. Eureka Typo. Rooms 
Burckes Henry W., assistant ensjineer S. F. F. D., 

office 22:3 Kearny, dwl 10 Turk 
Burckes Samuel S., carpenter, dwl 12 Ellis 
Burckhardt Adolph, cutler with Michael Price, dwl 

828 Washington 
Burckhardt Max, local editor California Demokrat, 

dwl 64 Stevenson's Building 
Burd Annie Miss, dwl 17 Freelon 
Burd Lawrence, bricklayer, dwl 178 Clara 
Burda Joseph C, carpenter with Cole & Haskell, 

dwl 446 Brannan 
Burdet Peter, butcher, dwl 730 Minna 
Bardett John, stockbroker, dwl 956 Mission 
Burdett Wm. W., trader, NW cor Mont and Pine 
Burdick Edward F., bookkeeper with H. M. New- 
hall & Co., dwl 5 Martha Place 
Burdick Eugene B., miner, dwl 808 Taylor 
Burdick Jared C, (Petttt & Co.) dwl N s Turk bet 

Franklin and Van Ness Avenue 
Burdick J. D., salesman with John C. Morrison Jr., 

bds Occidental Hotel 
Burdick John, manufacturer axle grease, dwl N s 

Turk nr Van Ness Avenue 
Burdick William L., engineer with Gracier, Heald 

& Bonney 
Burdon Thomas, bookkeeper with A. T. Farish & 

Co., dwl 1707 Sacramento 
Burfeind John, (Buifcind &. Brother) dwl SW cor 

Mason and Francisco 
Burfeind (Martin) &, Brother, (John Burfeind) 

liquor saloon, SW cor Mason and Francisco 
Burfiend Herman, farmer, Old Ocean House Road 

nr Alms House 
Burgans Ciiarles, gunmaker with Wilson & Evans, 

dwl 921 Pacific 
Barge Robert K., blacksmith. Market Street R. R., 

Tlwl S s Grove nr Octavia 
Barge William, teamster with Blyth <fc Wetherbee, 

dwl 1051 Howard 
Burge William, cook P. M. S. S. Golden City 
Burgeois John, waiter. Lick House 
Burger Jacob, barber with Martin Koch, dwl 825 

Kearny 
Burgers Henry, fishmonger, dwl Serpentine Av 

bet York and Bryant 



Burges Tristam, bookkeeper, dwl 22 Tehiima 
Burgess Charles E., salesman with C. G. Emery &. 

Co., dwl 430 Post 
Burgess George H., portrait and landscape painter, 

studio 216"Bush, dwl 409 Dnpont 
Burgess Heniy, clerk, 80 California Market, dwl 

cor Bryant and Serpentine Avenue 
Burgess Hubert, teacher drawing Public Schools, 

res Oakland 
Burgess James, hostler, dwl Cliff House, Point 

Lobos Road 
Burgess O. O., physician and surgeon, office and 

dwl .523 Folsom 
Burjfi Jacob, hostler with Schroeder &, Co., dwl 773 

Mission 
Burgon William, cook Franklin House, SE cor 

Sansom and Pacific 
Bargtorf August, confectioner with Schroth & 

Westerfeld, 228 Kearny 
Burhans William D., bagmaker with Neville & 

Co., dwl SE cor Second and Minna 
Burhans WiUet S., real estate broker, dwl 331 

Burke A. J., clerk S. F. Herald, dwl NE cor Fil- 
bert and Jones 
Burke Andrew, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Burke Ann, (widow) laundress, dwl 605 Greenwich 
Burke Barbara, dwl NE cor Filbert and Jones 
Burke Bartholomew, carriagemaker Kimball Man- 
ufacturing Co., dwl 109 Pacific 
Burke Bartholomew, longshoreman, dwl 29 Jessie 
Burke Catharine, (widow) dwl 1.50 Clara 
Burke Charles, plasterer, dwl Ivy bet Polk and 

Grove 
Burke Cornelius, calker P. M. S. S. Go's Wharf 
Burke C. W., dwl 830 Howard 
Burke Daniel, laborer WMth J. B. Kemp 
Burke David, laborer, dwl 214 Broadway 
Burke David, laborer, 7.55 Mission 
Burke David, laborer, dwl Manhattan House 
Burke David, laborer, dwl Ver Mehr nr Kearny 
Burke David H., carpenter, dwl 1108 Howard 
Burke Edmund, clerk with White & Bauer, dwl 

NE cor Jones and Filbert 
Burke Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, dwl E s Yerba 

Buena nr Clav, rear 
Burke Emily Mrs., dwl 708 Mason 
Burke Ethelhert, deputy collector Custom House, 
dwl N s Turk bet Franklin and Van Ness 
Avenue 
Burke Francis, brassmolder with W. H. & D. M. 

Moore, dwl 333 Bush 
Burke Francis G., real estate, office 712 Montgo- 
mery, res Oakland 
Burke Frank, barge pilot C. S. Nav. Go's steamer 

Helen Hensley 
Burke Garrette, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Burke George, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Burke Gilbert, porter with Frank G. Edwards, dwl 

Second nr Bi-annan 
Burke (James) & McBride, (Edward) butter, 

cheese, eggs, etc., 25 Occidental Market 
Burke James, (Burke & McBride) dwl 22Natoma 
Burke James, farmer. Ocean House Flat nr Ocean 

House 
Burke James, helper Pacific Rolling Mill 
Burke James, laborer, dwl 218 Clementina 
Burke James, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W 6 

Kentucky nr Irwin 
Burke James', marblecutter with Andrew Hennessy, 

dwl 511 O'Farrell 
Burke James, plasterer, dwl 718 Clementina 
Burke James, plasterer, dwl Hayes nr Market 
Burke James, porter Spring Valley W. W., dwl 516 

California 
Burke James, tailor, 1318 Kearny 
Burke James C, barkeeper with Brennan «k 

Ryder, dwl 8 Prospect Place 
Burke" James J., printer, dwl 366 Clementina 



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Biu'ke J. H., musician and extraman Hose No. 4, S. 

F. F. D., dwl 180:2 Stockton 
Burke (John) &. Dowling, ( Maurice) dry goods, 

2-2'r Fourtl) 
Burke .John, f Burke & Dowlins) dwl 227 Fourth 
BURKE JOHN, f California File Mannfa<:tiiring 

Co.) dv\l 1-7 Perry 
Burke John, barkeeper, 227 Bush 
Burke John, deckhand C. S. Nav. Co's steamer 

Capital 
Burke John, espresswagon, dwl 30 Langton ^ 
Burke John, laborer, dwl 54 First 
Burke Johu, laborer, dwl .316 Beale, rear 
Burke John, laborer, dwl 555 Howard 
Burke John, laborer, dwl Manhattan House 
Burke John, laborer, dwl NE cor Dupont and 

Vallejo 
Burke John, laborer with J. B. Eemp 
Burke John, laborer with Reynolds, Howell & 

Ford, dwl S s Twentieth nr Dolores 
Burke John, shoemaker with Buckingham & 
Hecht, dwl Mission bet Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth 
Burke John, teamster with Richard D. Chandler, 

dwl W s Battery bet Vallejo and Green 
Burke (John H.) &."Murdock, (Henry J.) liquors, 

301 Fourth 
Burke John H., (Burke & Murdock) dwl 308 

Tehama 
Burke John H., clerk with P. G. Burke, dwl 830 

Howard 
Burke John I., brickmason, dwl E s Yerba Buena 

nr Clav, rear 
Burke Johii J., bricklayer, B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
Burke John O., hostler Market Street Railroad 
Burke John P., machinist S. F. & S. J. Railroad, 

dwl 130 Dora 
Burke Joseph, carpenter, 514 Stevenson 
Burke Lewis Nicholas, ironmolder, dwl 4 Lafayette 

Place 
Burke Lizzie Miss, shoefitter, dwl 406 Clementina 
Burke Louis, molder Vulcan Iron '^^ orks, dwl cor 

Silver and Fourth 
Burke M. & Brother, ( William H. Burke) produce 

commission, E s Drumm bet Clay and Merch 
Burke M., physician, dwl 1514 Folsom 
Burke Margaret, chambermaid American Exchange 
Burke Martiu, laborer with WiUiam P. M. Scott, 

dwl 6 Sonoma Place 
Burke Martin J., (Madison & Burke and Madison, 

Burke <Sc Co.) dwl 1514 Folsom 
Burke Mathew, stevedore, dwl 2 California, rear 
Burke Michael, carpenter, H. C League, 25 Post 
Burke Michael, cigarmaker with Cobo, Martinez & 

Co., dwl 150 Clara 
Burke Michael, laborer, dwl 49^ Minna 
Burke Michael, (M. Burke & Bro.J dwl W s Sixth 

nr Brannan 
Burke Michael, porter with Waterhouse & Lester, 

dwl Capp bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Burke Michael, seaman, P. M. S. S. Colorado 
Burke Michael, turner, dwl 4 Lafayette Place 
Burke Nancy, (widow) lodgings, 211 Fourth 
Burke Nicholas, packer with Deeth, Starr &, Camp- 
bell, dwl 515 Stockton 
Burke Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Columbia, Bernal 

Highta 
Burke Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Natoma bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Burke Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Twenty-sixth 

and Capp 
Burke Patrick, rancherojdw^l Geneva bet Brannan 

and Townsend 
Burke Richard, lumber stevedore, pier 5 Stewart, 

dwl 40 Minna 
Burke Robert, boatman Broadway Wharf, dwl W 

8 Davis bet Pacific and Broadway 
Burke Robert, laborer S. V. W. Works 
Burke Thomas, carpenter, dwl 517 Vallejo 



Burke Thomas, cook, dwl E s Main bet How and Miss 
Burke Thomas, farmer, dwl Ocean Beach Road nr 

Ocean House 
Burke Thomas, helper with Thomas Day, dwl 

Kearny bet Green and Union 
Burke Thomas, laborer with John Pierson, dwl NE 

cor Sixteenth and Nebraska 
Burke Thomas, machinist, dwl 327 Bryant 
Burke Thomas, porter with Whittier, Fuller & Co., 

dwl Bryant bet First and Second 
Burke Walter, glassblower, dwl W s Nevada bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Burke William, laborer, dwl 19 Morton 
Burke William, laborer, dwl 723 Sansom 
Burke William, laborer, Front St. O. & M. R. R. Co 
Burke William, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Burke William, molder Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

cor Silver and Fourth 
Burke William, policeman City Hall, dwl 122 

Shipley 
Burke William A., patternmaker S. F. & San Jos6 

Railroad, dwl S s Clay nr Leavenwoi-th 
BURKE WILLIAM F., importer, manufacturer, 
and dealer boots and shoes, NVV cor Montgom- 
ery and Pine, dwl 1213 Clay 
Burke William G., clerk Evening Bulletin, dwl N 

E cor Filbert and Jones 
Burke William H., ( M. Burke Sr Bro.) dwl SW cor 

Twentieth and Potrero Avenue 
Burke William J.,' jeweler, dwl 517 Vallejo 
Burke William John, iron molder, dwl 4 Lafayette 

Place 
Burkett A., (Sperry & Co.) res Stockton 
Burkett Ambrose, shoemaker with Donovan Bros., 

dwl 518 Dupont 
Burkett John, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Burkhardt Alfred, carpenter, 663 Minna 
Burkhardt B., laborer, dwl 507 Mission 
Burkhardt Charles, proprietor Union Bakery, 1216 

Pacific 
Burkhardt (Christian) & Koenig, (George) pork- 
packers, 66 California Market 
Burkhardt Christian, (Burkhardt Sf Koenig) dwl 

1216 Pacific 
Burkhardt George, boot manufacturer, 509 Jackson, 

dwl SW cor Powell and Clay 
Burkhardt John, driver Philadelphia Brewery, dwl 

236 Second 
Burkhardt Mary, (widow) dwl 31 Hinckley 
Burkmann Charles, maltster Pioneer Malt House, 

dwl W s Stockton nr Bay 
Burkns C. J., carpenter, dwl 3 Dupont 
Burley Robert, ship carpenter P. M. S. S. Co's 

Wharf 
Burleson Charles D.. (Palmer & B.) res Oakland 
BURLING JAMES W., stockbroker, office 428 

California, dwl 1218 Folsom 
BURLING WILLIAM, stockbroker, office 428 

California, dwl 1335 Folsom 
Burlintcame Jason S., (George W. Fairchild & Co.) 

dwl 519 Bush 
Burlingame J. D., carpenter, dwl San Jos6 Depot 
Burmeister (AUerich) &: Mehrtens, (August) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NW cor California and Leav 
Burmeister Chris H., German Laundry, NE cor 

Larkin and Ellis 
Burmeister Claus, dwl 743 Mission 
Burmeister Francis H., liquor saloon, E s Valencia 

bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Burmeister Frederick^ gardener, dwl 3 Pratt Court 
Burmeister (Henry) &"Pourcho, (Fred) restaurant, 

536 Washington 
Bm-meister Henry, (Burmeister Sf Pourcho) dwl 

524 Filbert 
Burmeister Henry, boarding, S 8 Nineteenth bet 

Valencia and' Guerrero 
Burmeister Henry H., carpenter, dwl S s Day bet 

Guerrero and' Dolores 
Bunneister Jacob, carpenter, dwl 205 Sansom 



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Burmeister John, repacker with E. T. Anthony & 
Co., dwl 1229 Sutter 

Burmeister Otto, clerk with Austin &. Co., dwl 
Pratt Court nr California 

Burn Jolm, porter International Hotel, dwl Cali- 
fornia Avenue N 8 Bernal Rights 

Burn Patrick, laborer, dwl CaliforuiK Avenue and 
Parker, Bernal Higlits 

Bumap John, commii^siou merchant, 425 Davis, 
dwl 420 Leavenworth 

Burnell James, cooper with Lyon & Co., dwl 110 
Minna 

Buriiell Thomas, helper Union Iron Works, dwl 110 
Minua 

Burnell William, drayman with Nathaniel V. 
Marsh 

Burner Henrv, sign writer, 628 Commercial, dwl 
32 Geary" 

Burner J. V'., clerk, dwl .SO? Mission 

Burnes Til, conductor Omnibus R. R 

Burnett Frederick A., barkeeper, Old Corner Saloon, 
dwl 571 Howard 

BURNETT GEORGE G., apothecary and druggist, 
3;j0 Montgomery, dwl 1(j23 Hyde 

Burnett George W.j cattle dealer," dwl N s Pine nr 
Polk 

Buinett James, boilermaker, Risdon Iron Works 

Burnett John M., attorney at law, and school direc- 
tor Twelfth Ward, orfice rooms 58 and 59 Ex- 
change Building, dwl NW cor Polk and Jackson 

Biu-nett Louis, dwl 31 Hinckley 

Burnett Mary, (widow) dwl W s Leavenworth bet 
Union and Filbert 

BURNETT PETER H., president Pacific Bank, 
400 Montgomery, dwl 1907 Polk 

Burnett Thomas, laborer, dwl 39 Moss 

BURNETT WELLINGTON C, attorney at law, 
office room 57 Exchange Building, dwl 573 
Harrison 

Burnett William, U. S. inspector steamers, office 
Custom House, dwl 124 Turk 

Burnett William, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 

Burnham Andrew W., light carriage woodwork, 
121 Beale, res Oakland 

Burnham Edward, salesman, dwl 409 Brannan 

Burnham Edward M., with S. M. Curtis &. Co., dwl 
409 Brannan 

Burnham Oilman M., dwl NW cor Taylor and Bdwy 

Burnham Henry, painter with Frost & Richard, 110 
Post 

BURNHAM JAMES W. & CO., fJohn L. Ecldey 
and Henry Eckley ) importers carpets, upholst- 
ery, and paperhangings, G18 Market and 17 Post 

Burnham James W., (James W. Burnham & Co.) 
dwl W s Dolores bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty -third 

Burnham Samuel S., carriageraaker with Milo P. 
Holmes, dwl 314 Bush 

Burnham William, upholsterer with Hardie & 
Fredericks, dwl 327 Jessie 

Burnham Z. W., salesman with Sanderson & Horn, 
dwl Russ House 

Bumingham Maggie, (widow) dwl 533 Natoma 

Burningham P. B., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 
Post 

Burns Adolph, painter, dwl Montana Hotel 

Bums Andrew, bricklayer. Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 
751 Market 

Bums Andrew, teamster with R. & J. Morton, 
dwl 558 Stevenson, rear 

Burns Anna, (widow) dwl E s Alabama bet Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-third 

Burns Bernard, (Flynn & B.J dwl 435 Fifth 

Burns Bernard W., dwl SW cor Mason and Chestnut 

Burns Brian, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W s 
Kentucky nr Irwin 

Burns Daniel, whipmaker with Main & Winches- 
ter, dwl 266 Clementina 

Burns David, collector, dwl 528 Commercial 



Burns David, laborer with J. B. Kemp 

Burns D. P., trader, dwl S s Bernal Hights nr San 

Bruno Road 
Burns Edward, express wagon, cor Pacific and Da- 
vis, dwl W B Capp bet Twenty-first and Twen- 
ty-second 
Burns Edward, laborer, dwl 9 Union Place 
Burns Ellen Miss, whipmaker with Main & Win- 
chester 
Burns Eugene, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Burns Frank, laborer, dwl 416 Pacific 
Burns Frank E., clerk and extraman Engine Co. 5, 

S. F. F. D., dwl 641 Washington 
Burns George O., dwl S s Filbert nr Kearny 
Burns Henry, boots and shoes, 210 Third, dwl 610 

Filbert 
BURNS HENRY J., stencil plate cutter and en- 
graver, What Cheer House, dwl NW cor Dor- 
land and Church 
Burns Henry J., picture framer with Currier & 

Winter, dwl 21 Anthony 
Burns Hugh, real estate, dwl NW cor Eleventh 

and Folsom 
Burns Isidore, shipsmith, 20 Stewart, dwl 227 Geary 
Burns James, drayman, dwl 597 Minna 
Burns James, plumber, Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Burns James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Burns James, lauudryman White's Laundry, 26 

Harriet 
Burns James, shoemaker with Kowalsky & Co., 

dwl 16 Harrison Avenue 
Burns J. F., carpenter, dwl Overland House 
Burns fjuhn) & Flood, (John) poultry and game. 

Union Market 
Burns John, (Burna & Flood) dwl Page nr Octavia 
Burns John, baker, dwl Lysette Place nr Sac 
Burns John, bootmaker, dwl 9 Union Place 
Burns John, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 751 

Market 
Burns John, driver Lick House Coaches, dwl 31 

Second 
Burns John, fireman New World, dwl 1225 Kearny 
Burns John, fruits, SE cor Mission and Stewart, 

dwl Oregon bet Fi-ontand Davis 
Burns John, laborer, dwl 308 Minua 
Burns John, laborer, dwl NE cor Santa Clara and 

Alabama 
Burns John, porter International Hotel, 530 Jack 
Burns John, sailmaker with John Harding 
Burns John, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Burns John, ship stores. Berry nr Third 
Burns John C, carpenter, bds 317 Bush 
Burns John D., bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pio. Ass., 

751 Market 
Burns John D., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Burns John F., shoemaker, 1235 Dupont 
Burns John H., policeman City Hall, dwl Toll 

House, Broadway Wharf 
Burns Joseph, cook, dwl NE cor Front and Sac 
Burus Joseph, wheelwright with J. W. Farren, dwl 

cor Battery and Green 
Burns Joseph, jobwagon, cor Davis and Broadway 
Burns Joseph A., carpenter, dwl Thirteenth Avenue 

and M, South S. F 
Burns Lewis, clerk, 230 Montgomery, dwl J 37 Jlont 
Burns M., machinist iEtna Iron Works, dwl 533 

Mission 
Burns Margaret (widow) dwl S s Garden bet Harri- 
son and Bryant 
Burns Martin, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Burns Martin, laborer, dwl E s White bet "Vallejo 

and Green 
Burns Martin, steward P. M. S. S. China 
Burns Martin J., carpenter, dwl 1912 Polk 
Burns Mary, (widow) dwl 243 Clara 
Burns Marj' (widow) dwl 316 Ritch 
Burns (Michael) & Green, (Thomas) groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Sixth and Tehama 
Burns Michael (Burns & Green) dwl 209 Sixth 



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Burns Michael, express Wiifjon, N\V cor Montj^om- 

erv and California, dwl NE cor Sixth and Clara 
Burns Michael, helper with Moynehan & Aitken 
Burns Michael, porter Lick House 
Burns Michael, stonecutter, dwl 514 Geary 
Burns Michael H., carpenter, dwl 416 Pacific 
Burns Owen, driver, dwl W s Fol nr Fourteenth 
Burns Patrick, hlacksmith, dwl Ci7r> Mission 
Burns Patrick, laborer, dwl 519 Mission 
Burns Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Minna bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 
Bums Patrick, laborer Mount Calvary Cemetery 
Burns Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl \V s 

Kentucky nr Irwin 
Burns Patrick, miner, dwl 416 Pacific 
Burns Patrick, miner, dwl Empire Hotel 
Burns Patrick, steward Lick House 
Burns Peter, hostler Market Street R. R., dwl S s 

Hayes bet Octavia and Laguna 
Burns Peter, longshoreman, dwl W s Bat nr Green 
Burns Peter, soapdealer, dwl W s Alabama bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty-tliird 
Burns Robert, • steward What Cheer House Res- 

tanrant, dwl 517 Pine 
Burns Thomas, fireman, bds SW cor Sac and Davis 
Burns Thomas, expressman, Broadway Wharf, dwl 

NW cor Franklin and Linden 
Burns Thomas, helper Jliners' Foundry, dwl 112 

Tehauia 
Burns Thomas, laborer, dwl 210 First 
Burns Thomas, laborer, dwl 416 Pacific 
Burns Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp, dwl W s 

Kentucky nr Irwin 
Burns Thomas, salesman, dwl 435 Pine 
Burns Thomas, shipsmith with W. S. Phelps & Co., 

dwl 38 First 
Bums Thomas, tailor with Joseph Figel, dwl 645 

Mission 
Burns Thos. J., carpenter, dwl Manhattan House 
Burns Thomas W., barkeeper with Christopher 

Buckley, dwl 225 Bush 
Burns Timotliv, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Burns T. W., dwl Occidental Hotel 
Burns William, mariner, dwl Townsend bet Third 

and Fourth 
Bums William, waiter Delmonico Restaurant, dwl 

21 Anthony 
Burns William, workman with H. C. Hudson & Co 
Burns William A., woodturner, W. T. League, 352 

Bush 
Burns — See Burnes and Byrnes 
Burnside Charles, (colored)" bootblack with Chretien 

Ptister, dwl Scott nr Broadway 
Burntou Charles, waiter Bella Union, dwl 920 Mont 
Buron Clotilda, washing, 819 Clay, dwl NE cor Du- 

pont and Broadway 
Buron f Louis J & Brother f Victor Buron J groceries 

and liquors, 418 Braunau 
Buron Louis, f Buron ^ Brother) d\v\ 418 Brannan 
Buron Victor f Buron & Brother) dwl 222^ Ritch 
Burr Alfred, clerk with Loop & Somers, dwl 400 

Bryant 
Burr Amos, conductor S. F. & San Jose R. R., res 

San Jos6 
BURR C. A., general agent Universal Life Ins. 

Co., office 338 Montgomery, dwl 453 Bryant 
BURR CLARENCE C, fH. C. Hudson '.^. Co.) 

dwl SW cor Filbert and Van Ness Avenue 
BURR E. WILLARD, president Savings and Loan 

Society, office 619 Clay, dwl SW cor Filbert 

and Van Ness Avenue 
Bun- George, housemover, dwl 815 Pacific 
Burr George, stevedore and extramau Hose No. 1, 

S. F. F. D., dwl 432 Broadway 
Burr George W., molder Fulton Foundry, dwl 129 

Clara 
Burr Henry P., mariner, dwl 17 Perry 
Burr H. P. Miss, assistant teacher ilayes Valley 

Primary School, dwl 17 Perry 



Burr John T., bootmaker, 441 Bush 

Burr Levi, saloon, S s Bay bet Kearny and Dupont 

Burrell Charles, physician, office 137 iMontgomery, 

dwl 836 Mission 
Burrell Edward, cutter U. S. B. Mint, dwl 836 

Jlission 
Burrell L. W. Miss, assistant teacher PoweU Street 

Primary School, dwl 329 O'Farrell 
Burrell.— See Birrell 
Burris Catharine, (widow) (colored) housekeeper, 

dwl 1421 Hyde 
Burris George R., (colored) steward, dwl 1421 Hyde 
Burris William, janitor Colored School 
Buriis William, (colored) laborer, dwl 16 Freelon 
Burroughs Charles, clerk, dwl 127 Montgomery 
Burroughs Charles, speculator, dwl SW cor Kearny 

and Lombard 
Burroughs Claude D. B., actor California Theater, 

dwl Occidental Hotel 
Burroughs William, packer with R. A. Swain &. 

Co., dwl 628 Jessie 
Burroughs W. F., actor California Theater, dwl 

Occidental Hotel 
Burrows J. M., merchant, dwl 507 Mission 
Burrows Jonathan, carpenter, H. C. Lea^Mie, 25 Post 
Burry George, laborer Vallejo Street Wharf, dwl 

SE cor Davis and Vallejo 
Burscough Henry, clerk, dwl 505 Third 
Burson James N., deputy superintendent streets, 

dwl cor Harrison and Park Avenue 
Burt Charles, dwl E s Capp nr Twenty-fourth 
Burt Charles, blacksmith Risdon Irou Works, dwl 

54 First 
Burt George, cook, NE cor Clay and Davis 
Burt J. Gus., bookeeper Bank California, dwl 528 

Pine 
Burt Joseph H., cigars and tobacco, 515 California, 

dwl SE cor Scott and Eddy 
Burt Michael, laborer, dwl E s Sansom bet Vallejo 

and Battery 
Burt Philip, dwl W s Folsom bet Twenty-first and 

Twenl3'-second 
Burt Samuel, compositor Morning Call, dwl 813 

Stockton 
Burt Silas S., foreman annealing room U. S. B. 

Mint, dwl 325 Lombard 
Burt Thomas, cook, 625 Davis 
Burt ■\\'illiam J., contractor, dwl N s Jessie nr 

Seventh 
Burt.— See Bert 

Burtell H., saloonkeeper, dwl 411 Sansom 
Burtman Ferdinand, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 

Post 
Burton Augnstus A., clerk, dwl 1317 Stockton 
Burton Cliarles H., merchant, 405 Front, dwl- 

1018 Washington 
Burton George R., captain bark Gold Hunter, pier 

1 Stewart 
Burton James, laborer, bds 2025 Polk 
Burton John, hatbleacher. dwl 1317 Stockton 
Burton L. A. Mrs., furnished rooms, NE cor Third 

and Mission 
Burton Marshall T., hostler Pacific Stable, dwl W 

8 Jones bet Sutter and Post 
Barton ( T. L.J & Epps, (George) plumbers, gas 

and steamfitters, 617 Commercial 
Burton Theodore L., (Burton & Eppx) dwl 1 Adona 

Place 
Burton Robert .J., lumberman, dwl 312 Beale 
Burtsell John M., bookkeeper with Murpliy, Grant 

& Co., res Oakland 
Bnrtt Willliam W., tinsmith with Brittan, Holbrook 

«fe Co., dwl 14 Quincy 
Burttit Peter, waiter, 1 17 Post 
Bury C, shoemaker, dwl SW cor Dnpont and Bdwy 
Bury John, clerk with D. R.Avery, dwl Black Point 
Busby Joseph, gardener, dwl 333 Bush 
Buscelle J. R., collector with F. D. Conro & Sou, 

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Busch Clans, tauuer, dwl NW cor Bryant and 

Ei^'lith 
Buscli Georf^e, brewer Pliiladelphia Brewery 
Bu8i-li (Guxtnve) &L Winter, (GeorgcJ Park Ex- 

cliaiiKe Saloon, 761 Cl;ij' 
Biisciil Adnni, maltster, dwl 1230 Dnpont 
Biisc-liman John, barkeeper, 44 Stewart 
Base Heiirv, cabinetmaker with VV. G. Weir, dwl 

34 Hayes 
Bush Albert, sbipwrifiht, Sbip. Acs., BaiTa"8 Hall 
Bush Alonzo, driver with Weils, Fargo <fe Co., dwl 

84 Stevenson's Building 
Bush Charles, tailor with William Geimann, dwl 

l313Diipont 
Bush Cluirle.^ J., cnbinetmaker with George O. 

Whitney & Co., dwl 6 Moss 
Bnsh Edwin IJ., attorney at law, dwl Chestnut nr 

Jones 
Bush George, laborer. Hunter's Point 
Bush George D., laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Bush Henry, photographic gallery, Shiels' Block, 5 

Pott 
Bush James S. Rev., rector Grace Church, dwl 1508 

Taylor 
Bush John, (Cnnfy & Co.) dwl 413 Green 
Bush John, boilei maker with Donald McDonald, 

dwl 413 Green 
Bush John, driver Central Railroad, dwl 29 Sixth 
Bush John, laborer with McAfee, Spiers & Co., dwl 

413 Green 
Bush Jonathan P.. snrgeon P. M. S. S. Montana 
Bush (Lewis) Si. McAllister, (William B.J dentists, 

704 Market 
Bush Lewis, (Bnsh & McAllister) dwl 47 Clem 
Busli Nathan, furniture, 116 Fourth, dwl 114 Fourth 
Bush Norton, landscape painter, studio Mercantile 

Library Building, dwl 5.53 Tehama 
Bush Peter, nialihouse, Ss Branuau bet Eighth and 

Nintli 
Bush Richard J., secretary Board Extension Mont- 

gouieiy Street, office 533 Kearny, dwl S s Chest- 
nut nr Jones 
Bush Street House, Mrs. Ellen McNamara proprie- 
tress, 333 Bush 
Busha William, carpenter, dwl SW cor Hyde and 

Green 
Bushee John h.,fS. R. Deardorff & Co.) dwl 225 

Second 
Bushinger Frederick, brassmolder with M. Dobr- 

zen'sky, dwl 211 Ellis 
Bushman 'William, carpenter California Mills, dwl 

3Hi Pine 
Bushnell Adrian D., drayman with Hanson & 

Moore, dwl .luniper nr Harrison 
Bushnell Frank N., jiorter with James Dows &. Co., 

dwl cor Tenth and Bryant 
Bushnell W. A., forwarding department Pacific 

Union Express Co., dwl 618 O'Farrell 
Bushnell W. A., laborer with J. A. Folger & Co., 

dwl 49 Natoma 
Bushwick Ellen, dwl W s Taylor, bet Union and 

Green 
Buss Jacob, salesman Philadelphia Brewery, dwl 107 

Tehama 
Busse Christian C, hairdresser with Antbea & 

Fleischniaini, dwl Sophie Teriace 
Bussenius John F., superintendent Giant Powder 

Works, dwl Old San Jose Road nr Uock Ranch 
Bussev William C, locksmith, dwl International 

Hotel 
Buster Hiram, contractor, dwl 131 Montgomery 
Buster Marv Mrs., furnislied rooms, 131 Montgom- 
ery ami 209 Kearny 
Bustillos Manuel, apprentice with L. R. Meyers & 

Co., dwl 819 Broadway 
Bustillos Rafael, stonecutter with L. R. Meyers & 

Co., dwl 819 Broadway 
BUSWELL ALEXANDER, bookbinder, 409 Cali- 
fornia, dwl SW cor Jones and Union 



Buswell Vf. F., (Huntington Jf B.) dwl NE cor 

Twentieth and Gnerreio 
Butcher Henry, manner, dwl S s Francisco bet 

Diiponi and Stockton 
Butcher James L., butcher with P. Baca & Co., 

dwl S 8 El Dorado nr Potrero Avenue 
Butchers John, fisherman, dwl 15 Sonora Place 
Butenop Henry, groceries and Honors, ()25 Pacific 
Butenop Peter, packer with Maraeu &. Myrick, dwl 

625 Pacific 
Butfield Ans., carpenter, dwl 610 Greenwich 
Butfield Henry, fiwl 610 Gicenwich 
Buthe Christian L., barkeeper 211 Pine, dwl SW cor 

First and Minna 
Butler A. J. Mrs., clairvoyant and test medium, 

office 410 Kearny 
Butler AU'ied, lumber, dwl 424 Minna 
Builer B. F., (wido\v) dwl E s Hyde bet Washing- 
ton and Clay 
Butler B. J., laboier California Sugar Refinery, dwl 

Folsom Avenue bet. Seventh and Eighth 
Butler Charles C, real estate, dwl NE cor Sutter 

and Steiner 
Butler Charles W., carpenter, dwl 420 Market 
Butler David, laborer. Custom House 
Builer Elizabeth, (widow) dwl 286 Stevenson 
Butler Elizabeth M., (widow) dwl 231 Second 
Butler Ellen, (widow) dwl 112 Stewart 
Builer F. & Co., wholesale wines and liquors, 711 

Sanson! 
Butler Fred S., clerk Pacific Insurance Co., dwl 

Guerrero bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Butler George, barkeeper, 110 Leidesdortf 
Butler George B., portrait painter, studio 103 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Occidental Hotel 
Butler George E., bookkeeper, Union Insurance Co., 

416 California 
Butler George F., clerk 115 Sutter, dwl 909 Howard 
Butler George W., dairyman, 1 Verona, residence 

San Bruno 
Butler Henry, (colored) barber, dwl .535 Green 
Butler Henry M. captain, dwl 8.>3 Folsom 
Butler Henry W., newspaper clerk S. F. Postoffice, 

dwl 1024 Montgomery 
Butler James, dwl £ s Minna bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth 
Butler James, bootmaker, dwl S 8 Sixteenth bet 

Valencia and Mission 
Butler James, clerk, dwl 616 Kearny 
Butler James, laborer, dwl 521 Vallejo 
Butler James, laundryman, Russ House 
Butler James F., carpenter with William Kreger, 

dwl 315 Minna 
Butler Jeremiah, laborer, dwl 26 Fourth 
Butler John B., barkeeper with C. Coats, dwl 242 

Minna 
Butler Joseph, currier, dwl 736 Brannan 
Huiler Joseph D., gunsmith, dwl Webster nr Haigbt 
Butler Joseph J., clerk. 111 Battery, dwl Wetmore 

Place nr Washington 
Butler M. Mrs., dwri.56 Silver 
Butler M. A. Mrs., milliuery, 136 Montgomery, dwl 

937 Howard 
Butler Martin, laborer with Kerrins &. Co., dwl cor 

Tenth and Bryant 
Builer Maigaret, boarding, W s Eighth nr Harrison 
Hutler Mary, (widow) dwl 521 Vallejo 
Butler Marv Mrs., dwl 776 Harrison 
liiuler Matthew, ( Uoogs & B.J dwl 16 Turk 
Butler Matthew, hostler Pacific Stable, dwl W 8 

Jones bet Suiter and Post 
Butler M. F., architect, dwl W s Guerrero ur Six- 
teenth ■ 
Butler M. H., (widow) dressmaker, dwl 809 Jack 
Butler Michael, laborer, dwl Filbert bet Kearny and 

Montgomery 
Butler Michael, storekeeper Union Club, 403 Mont 
Builer Patrick, laborer, dwl 4J6 Pacitic 
Butler Patrick F., meichatit, dwl 937 Howard 



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Butler Robert, painter, dwl W 8 Eighth nr Har 
BUTLER R015KRTU., propiietor Union House, 

511-513 iMi^isi()ll 
Butler Sainui'l S., lodgini^s, NVV cor Pacific and 

Kearny, dwl SE cor Leavenworth and Lincoln 
Butler Sa all Miss, ijoveniess, dwl 839 California 
Butler Theodoric R., assay department U. S. B. 

Mint, dwl 31-2 StGcktoi'i 
Bntler Thomas, barkeeper, dwl 513 ]\rission 
Butler Thiunas, bi icklayer, dwl S 8 Russell bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Butler riiduias, laborer, dwl W s Tebama, Bernal 

Hi-bts 
Butler T. J., CAdama & B.J dwl 16 Tehama 
Bntler Walter A., teamster, pier 2^ Stewart, dwl 

S s Hayes bet Octavia and Laifuna 
Butler Warren C, wood eny:raver, till Clay, dwl 

W s Wetniore Place nr Wash insLon 
Buller William, tracklayer, dwl NW cor Polsom 

and EiL'litli 
Butler W. R., clerk, 30 Occidental Mai-ket, dwl 41 

Minna 
BUTLER'S LIFTING CURE, Swaiu & Pierce 

proprietors, C3l Sacramento 
Butner.Iobn, laborer, dwl \±i Clara 
Butt (Chri'i Cy & Tnm Suden, ( I'vtev 7Jy groceries 

and liquors, SW cor Bush and Stockton 
Butt (- Pcler N.J Hi. Knchmiesler (Henry W.J grocer- 
ies and liquors, i)4t) Kearny 
Butt Peter N., (Butt & KiuJimiesterJ dwl 102G 

Kearnv 
Battel Philip, tailor, dwl 1018 Clay 
Butter J. M., sbipwrigbt, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Butterhehl J., laborer with J. B.Kemp 
Butters Charles, letter department Pacific Union 

Express Co 
Butters Henry A., tanner, dwl 14 O'Farrell 
Butters John S., mariner, dwl 1327 Sacramento 
Butterwortb Edmund S., machinist with W. i\I. Stod- 

dar.l, dwl W s D<ilores nr Twenty-second 
Butterwortb .lames, tinsmith with Elder & Dobbie, 

dwl 2-J5 Folsum 
Butterwortb Richard, foreman Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, dwl North Point nr Lavkin 
BUTTERWOUTH SAM F., agent Quicksilver 

Milling Co , oHice 3U5 Sansom,"dwl SE cor Pine 

and Leavenworth 
Buttle James, carpenter, dwl W s Columbia bet 

Twenty fifth and Twenty-si .fth 
Buttner Henry, diavman, 121 Front 
Buttner Henry, salesman, Philadelphia Brewery, 

dwl 1^3 Tehama 
Buttner John, millman California Mills, dwl 128 

CLira 
Buttner .lobn, patternmaker Risdon Iron Works, 

dwl 3.13 Bryant 
Button S ipliia Mrs., clairvoyant and test medium, 

dwl (ii9 Bioadway 
Butts Harvey D., longshoreman, dwl pier 5 Stewart 
Butts Ruel W., porter with C. H. Harrison, dwl 

Prescott House 
Butts Samuel, stevedore, pier 5 Stewart 
Buizke William, harnessniaker with Louis Hansen, 

-.09 Sansom 
Buxton (George, engineer Union Iron Works, dwl 

tiUS P.)st 
Buyer, (C.J Reich (L.J & Co., (L. DiamaniJ fancy 

good-i and Yankee notions, 1015 Stockton and 

1^9 Kearny 
Buyer Coailes, (Buyer, Reich Sj- Co. J dwl 1013 

' Washingt(ui 
Bnzzi Secondo, fresco painter, dwl 572 Folsom 
Bvam Samuel L., clerk with Edward Martin & Co., 

dwl 3i4 Geary 
Byas William, porter Merchants' Mutual Marine In- 
surance Co., dwl 1224 Saciamento 
Byce John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Byers Helen F. Mi-s., assistant teacher Colored 

School, dwl 421 Green 



Byers Joseph M., collector Daily Times, dwl 421 

Green 
Byers John, stevedore, dwl W s Sansom bet Union ' 

and Green 
Byington Edward, houeemover, dwl 719 Market 
Byiiigton Horace W., (Eckert Jp B.J dwl Russ 

House 
Byinu'ton William, dwl 754 Washington 
Byles George, leal estate agent, office 15 Stevenson's 

Building, dwl 21(5 Clara 
Bylon Bernard, (lorter, dwl S Auburn 
Bynes Thomas, hostler, 213 Pine, dwl 512 Mission 
Bvorkman Gus, diayman with Eben E. Morse 
BVRING OLE IL, repacker and contractor, 224 

Jackson 
Byrne Alonzo, furniture oiler with Goodwin tfc Co., 

dwl 164 .Jessie 
Byrne Chailes, sailniaker, 7 Clay, dwl W s Capp 

bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Byrne Daniel, carpenter, <lwl 12^ Harriet 
Byrne Daniel, cooper with Lyon &. Co., dwl 19 

Ritch 
Byrne Dennis, waiter, dwl 3 Clay Avenue 
Byine Felix, carpenter, dwl 9 Park Avenue 
Byrne Frank E., clerk and extraman steamer No. 

.J, S. F. F. D., dwl .32 Pine 
Byrne Garrett J., (Kerby,B. & Co.; dwl 1108 Bush 
BYRNE (Henry H.) &, FREELON, ( Tkomns 

IV. J attorneys at law, office 28 Court Block, 636 

Clay 
Byrne Henry H., District Attorney city and county 

S. F., office 20 second tloor City Hall, (and 

Byrne & FreelouJ dwl 317 Sutter' 
Byrne Henry L., dwl 5'33 Sutter 
Bvrne James, dock hand Dry Dock, dwl Hunter's 

Point 
Byrne James, plumber with Thomas O'Malley, dwl 

Jlontaiia House 
Byrne John, cooper with L. N. Handy & Co., bds 

6 Commercial 
Byrne John, porter, 226 Montgomei-y 
Byrne John, seaman sloop Hector, Washington St. 

Wharf 
Byrne John E., clerk with Pascal, Dubedat & Co., 

dwl .533 Sutter 
Byrne J(dni M., importer, office 533 Kearny, dwl 

533 Sutter 
Byrne iMnry E., dressmaker, 2.52 Minna 
Byrne ( Michael J & Foley, (Dennis L.J fancy goods, 

112 Montgomery 
Byrne Michael, (Byrne & Foley J dwl 1214 Clay 
Byrne Michael, drayman, dwl 175 Minna 
Byrne Michael, longshoreman, dwl N W cor Howard 

and Spear 
Byrne Michael, shoemaker with Marks & Calisher, 

dwl 607 Howard 
Byrne Nicholas, bousemover, dwl 245 Minna 
Byrne Patrick, assistant sexton Trinity Church, dwl 

NW cor Post iind Powell 
Byrne Patrick, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Byine Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Byrne Patrick, laborer, dwl 921 Washington 
Byrne Patrick, wood and coal, 422 Fourth, dwl 324 

Tehama 
Byrne Robert, laborer, dwl 110 Dora 
Byrne Stephen, tanner, dwl Harrison bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Byrne Thoma^i, boots and shoes, 902 Dupont, dwl 

Union Place 
Byrne Thomas, cartman, dwl 1029 Pacific 
Byrne Thomas, clerk with James Curtis tfe Co., dwl 

N s Gieen nr Stockton 
Byrne Thomas, contractor, dwl 619 Turk 
Byrne Thomas, cooper, dwl 19 Ritch 
Byrne Thomas, local policem m, dwl 226 Pacific 
Byrne Thomas, merchandise broker, 308 Front, dwl 

N s Seventeeuth nr Valencia 
Byrne Thomas Jr., clerk 902 Dupont, dwl Union 

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Bvrne William, bricklayer, Bricklavera' Pro. Ass., 

751 Market 
Byrne William, clerk 902 Diipont, dwl Union Place 
Bviue William J., clerk, dwl •2b-2 Minna 
BYIiXE WILLIAM S., tecretary Board Tide Land 

Commissioners, office SW cor Clay and Kearny, 

dwl ti->4 Filbert 
Byrnes Daniel, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Byrnes Edwards, laborer, dwl 166 Perry 
Byrnes F. M. Miss, assistant teacber Tenth Street 

School, dwl 805 Sixth 
Bvines H. S., dressmaker, 360 Third 
Byrnes James & Co., fS. C. Piper) South Point 

Warehouse, Berry bet Third and Fourth 
Byrnes James, (James Byrnes & Co.) res San 

Mateo 
Brynes James, laborer, dwl NW corner Union and 

Calhoun 
Byrnes John, seaman, dwl 160 Clara 
Byrnes Joseph A., carpenter, dwl Selina Place 
Byrnes M. Mrs., dwl '2b7 Stevenson 
Byrnes Michael E., clerk, dwl 166 Perry 
Byrnes Patrick, groceries and liquors, SE cor Oak 

and Lagnna 
Byrnes Peter A., upholsterer with Hardie & Fred- 
ericks 
Byrues Stephen, tanner with Cornelius O'Donuell, 

dwl Gunnison Avenue nr Twenty-seventh 
Byrnes Thomas, miner, dwl N s Lynch 
Byrnes William, porter Gibbs' Warehouse 

Byrnes , dwl 252 Minna 

Byrnes William A., (Hibbert, Sanborn & Co.) dwl 

360 Third 
Byi'nes.— See Burnes and Burns 
BjTon John, bricklayer, dwl 411 Clementina 
Byron Michael, bricklayer, dwl N s Fifteenth nr 

Mission 
Byrum Ann S., (widow) dwl S s Brannan bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Byxhee John F., bookkeeper with H. B. Tichenor & 

Co., dwl 406 Eddy 
Byxhee Robert G., (H.B. Tichcuor & Co.) dwl 

406 Eddy 
Byxby.— See Bixby 



CabaSes & Co., (Chinese) cigarmakers, 323 Clay 
Cabannes Eugene, coifee saloon, NW cor Sansom 

and Merchant 
Cables Alfred H., clerk with F. Garcia, dwl 335 

Broadway 
Cachot M. A., resident physician St. Mary's Hospital, 

office and dwl 18 Third 
Cacioppo Mariano, f Angela Bardellini & Co.) dwl 

S 8 Washington nr East 
Cadagan James, laborer with R. & J. Morton 
Cade Lewis, gardener, San Jose Road near Five- 
Mile House 
Cadel Peter, dwl NW cor Dupont and Union 
Cadenasso Giuseppi, Italian restaurant, 515 Merch 
Cadigan James, laborer, dwl 509 Howard 
Cadigan William, longshoreman, dwl W s Baldwin 

Court near Folsotn 
Cadiz Joseph, dwl 909 Jackson 
Cadmus William H., barber, dwl 345 Third 
Cadogan William, stevedore, Lumb. Stev. Ass., 

Barra's Hall 
Cadogen Timothy, laborer S. F. & P. Sugar Refinery 
CADUC PHILIP, superintendent City Paving Co., 

office 619 Montgomeiy, (and Bragg, C. & Fir- 

derer) dwl 722 Sutter 
Cady Cara, (widow) seamstress, dwl 80 Clementina 
Cady Edwin A., watchman U. S. Branch Mint, dwl 

215 Kearny 
Cady George B., photographer with Alexander 

Edonart, dwl 504 Kearny 
Cady John, boilermaker Union Iron Works, dwl 36 

Moss 



Cadv Josephine, (widow) dwl 140 Sutter 

Cady William J., dwl 847 Howard 

Cady William J., miner, dwl 537 Third 

Caens William, sailmaker with C. Powers, dwl SE 

cor Market and Stewart 
Caferata Antonio, woodyard, 726 Lombard 
Catfai Madame, (widow) dwl 1714 Dnpont 
Catfall George, longshoreman, dwl W s Vincent nr 

Union 
Caffery J. H., plumber. Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Catiray Timothy, laborer Omnibus R. R., dwl 212 

Pacific 
Caffrey Edward, storekeeper Occidental Hotel, dwl 

S s Eighteenth bet Hartford and Noe 
Caffrey Frank, waiter Russ House 
Calfrev James, woodcarverwith Bryant & Strahan, 

dwl 1610 Mason 
Caffrey John F., plumber with McNally & Haw- 
kins, dwl Minna bet Sixth and Seventh 
Caffrey William, fireman P. M. S. S. Jlontana 
Callish Leonard, confectioner with Miley, Perrin & 

, Co., 732 Washington 
Caghlin Patrick, laborer New U. S. Branch Mint, 

dwl 313 Tehama 
Cagle John, club room, 332 Bush 
Caglieri George, bookkeeper with Lastetto & Co.. 

dwl 4 Jackson 
Cagney Martin, laborer 215 O'Farrell 
Cagney Timothy, fruits, dwl 611 Geary, rear 
Cahalin John, boot and shoemaker, W s Valencia 

near Twenty-sixth 
Cahalan John, carpenter, dwl 1137 Howard 
Cahalin John, salesman, 117 Pine, dwl 271 Ste- 
venson 
Cahill Andrew, jobwagon, SW cor California and 

Davis, dwl 444 Sixth 
Cahill C. Miss, seamstress, dwl 26 Minna 
Cahill Catherine, (widow) dwl N s Boyd near 

Cheslev 
Cahill Charles, lather, dwl 25 Natoma 
Cahill Charles, liquor saloon, San Jos6 Road bet 

Sixth and Seventh Mile houses 
Cahill David T., clerk, dwl 10 Cheslev 
CAHILL E. & CO., stock brokers, 406 Mont 
Cahill Edward, (E. Cahill & Co.) 406 Montgomery 
Cahill Edward, waiter Lick House 
Cahill Edward, waiter, dwl South Park Avenue 
Cahill E. J., surveyor, dwl Johnson House 
Cahill Elizabeth, (widow) dwl 426 Folsom 
Cahill James, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Cahill James, clerk with E. Cabilltfe Co 
Cahill James, laborer, H. L. League, Dashaway 

Hall 
Cahill James, plasterer, dwl Fourth nr Folsom 
Cahill James, porter 9 Montgomery, dwl SE comer 

Fell and Webster 
Cahill John, longshoreman with N. P. Trans. Co 
Cahill John, marblecutter with Edward McGrath, 

Union bet Hyde and Lark in 
Cahill John, porter 30 SiUisom, dwl Oak Grove Av 
Cahill John J., painter, dwl 1208 Union 
Cahill Kate Miss, dwl E s Hall Alley 
Cahill Lawrence, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Cahill Mary Miss, millinery, 35 Second 
Cahill Michael, ironer White's Laundry, 26 Harriet 
Cahill Michael, wood and coal, Waveily Place, dwl 

131 Morton 
Cahill Patrick, drayman with Wellman, Peck St, 

Co., dwl 1004 Leavenworth 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, dwl 211 Tehama 
Cahill Patrick, laborer S. F. &. P. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl 12 Chesley 
Cahill Patrick, laborer with William Brodie, dwl 

213 Tehama 
Cahill Patrick, teamster 410 Front, dwl 1004 Leav 
Cahill Patrick, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Cahill Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Cahill Timothy, painter, dwl NE cor Washington 

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Caliill William, sliipearpenter witb Heury J. Eivine, 

dwl Silver nr Third 
Cabn Aaron, merchant, office 209 Sansom, dwl 1114 

Post 
Cabn Armand, clerk with Jerome Cahn, dwl 304 

Seventh 
Cahn Charles, porter 524 California 
Cahn Hippolite. clerk, dwl 811 Stockton 
Cahn Ui"de\,fi'Uf elder, C. & Vo.j dwl 1120 Post 
Cahn Jerome, dry jroods, SW cor Seventh and Fol- 

6om, dwl 304 Seventh 
Cahn Leon Mrs., (widow) dwl 1219 Sutter 
CAHN LEOPOLD, a^ent San Francisco Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, 11.5 Battery, dwl NE cor Post 

and Van Ness Avenue 
Cahn L. M., merchant, office 209 Sansom, dwl 1114 

Post 
Cahn Mrtier, clerk 9 Montgomery, dwl 1114 Post 
Cahn Morris, merchant, office 126 Sausom, dwl 911 

Clay 
Cahn Sylvaiu, (hazard Frere/f) dwl 1517 Powell 
Cahn Thomas, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Cahn. — See Kahu 
Gaboon Fred. G., wharfinger Oakland Ferry, dwl 

128 Eighth 
Cain Edward, steward Hose No. 2, S. F. F. D., dwl 

Hose House W s Maine nr B^olsom 
Cain Elizabeth, (widow) ladies' nurse, dwl 305 

Union 
C;iin Francis, stonecutter, Stonecutters' Association, 

751 Market 
Cain James, laborer with Russell & Hall, dwl 5 

Broadway 
Cain James Jr., molder, dwl 427 Union 
Cain Jeremiah, tailor, dwl 19 Sherwood Place 
Cain John, bricklayer, dwl 214 Broadway 
Cain Margaret Miss, sbirtmaker with S. Popper, 

dwl 303 Fourth 
Cain Michael, boilermaker Risdon Iron Works 
Cain Michael, laborer S. F. Wool Exchange, dwl 

W s Gaven near Powell 
Cain Nancy Miss, seamstress Russ House 
Cain Patrick, deckhand, dwl 541 First 
Cain Rufus, bricklayer, dwl S s Page nearOctavia 
Cain Thomas, hackiuan, Plaza 
Cain Thomas, junk dealer, dwl N s Brannan bet 

Si.Kth and Clinton 
Cain William, trunkmaker, dwl 41 Minna 
Cain William H., local agent Equitable Life Assur- 
ance Society, 430 Mont, dwl 117 Mason 
Cain. — See Cane, Kain, and Kane 
Caine Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Caire Daniel, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill, dwl NE 

cor Napa and Illinois 
Caire Justinian, importer and jobber hardware, 530 

Washington and 10i!8 Dupont, dwl 313 Green 
Cairnes John, machinist Risdon Iron Works, dwl 6 

Shipley 
Cairns James, dwl 1505 Larkiu 
Cairns Peter, blacksmith Pacific Rolling Mill 
Cairns Robert, salesman, dwl 311 Jessie 
Cairns Thomas, painter, dwl 103 First 
Caizac Paul, salesman, 033 Clay, dwl 1110 Clay 
Caldiin Daniel, laborer, dwll-^'ii Shipley 
CALDER ALEXANDER W., dentist, office 30 

Kearu_v, furnished rooms and dwl 216 Second 
Calder Joli'n, dentist, dwl 216 Second 
Calder W. H. V., printer, Eureka Typographical 

Rooms, 539 Washington 
Calder William C, varnisher with W. M. Stoddard, 

dwl 6i> Minna 
Caldeiwood A., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Caldwell Andrew, (widow) dwl 1718 Leavenworth 
Caldwell Charles, carpenter with William Kreger, 

dwl 111 Ellis 
Caldwell Charles, carpenter, dwl 29 Second 
Caldwell Charles, carpenter, dwl 312 Folsora 
Caldwell Charles, molder with Palmer, Knox &. Co 
Caldwell C. M., lather, dwl N s Miss nr Beale, rear 



Caldwell David, Ala Belle Vue House, San Jose 
Road near St. Mary's College 

Caldwell David, clerk" with Edward S. Spear & 
Co., dwl 20 Scott Place 

Caldwell H. ^Maxwell, machinist Miners' Foundry, 
dwl 308 Beale 

Caldwell J., machinist, dwl 589 Market 

Caldwell James, lamplighter S. F. Gas Co 

Caldwell James, plasterer, dwl 1714 Leavenworth 

Caldwell John, laborer, dwl E s Beslole 

Caldwell John, steward P. M. S. S. Colorado, dwl 
535 First 

Caldwell Mary C. Mrs., assistant teacher Mission 
Grammar School, dwl Second Av nr Sixteenth 

Caldwell Samuel, carpenter Empire Mills, dwl 234 
Minna 

Caldwell Terrence, dwl Golden Gate Driving Park 

Caldwell William (Lnmont & C.J dwl E s Shotwell 
bet Twentv-third and Twenty-fourth 

Caldwell William T., clerk with 'E. P. White, dwl 
26 Hariiet 

Caledonia Tunnel & M. Co., (Gold Hill, Nevada) 
office 37 Merchants' Exchange 

Calhoun Charles A., book and job printer, 320 Clay, 
dwl 215 Mason 

Calhoun James P., Mrs., dwl 308 Third 

Calhoun William, fireman, dwl E s Chesley bet 
Harrison and Bryant 

Calhoun William, I I'borer with Kerrins & Co 

CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCI- 
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California and Nevada Iron" M. Co., office 46 Mer- 
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Califoniia and Nevada Smelting and Reduction Co., 
(White Pine) otfice 419 California 

CALIFORNIA AND OREGON PACKET LINE, 
office 204 California 

California Avenue Homestead Association, oflice 619 
Montgomery 

California Bibfe Society, 757 Market, Frederick 
Buel aaent 

CALIFORNIA BLOCK, SE cor California and 
Battery 

CALIFORNIA BORAX CO., (Clear Lake) office 
305 Sansom 

CALIFORNIA BRASS WORKS, Gallagher, Weed 
& Co. proprietors, 125 First 

CALIFORNIA BUILDING, LOAN AND SAV- 
INGS SOCIETY, Thomas Mooney President, 
office 405 California 

CALIFORNIA BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, E. P. 
Heald president, 204 Montgomery 

California Chemical Works, San Bruno Road, three 
miles fioin City Hall 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, (now 
Advocate) office 711 Mission 

CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL AND MANU- 
FACTURING CO., 319 Clay and 3:^0 Commer- 
cial, W. W. Knight secretsirV 

CALIFORNIA DEMOKRAT,' (daily, German) 
Frederick Hess & Co. proprietors, office NW 
cor Sacramento and Kearnv 

CALIFORNIA DRY DOCK "CO., Hunter's Point, 
offices 28 Merchants' Exchange and 636 Clay 

CALIFORNIA FARMER, (weekly, agricultural) 
Warren & Co. editors and proprietors, office 
320 Clay 

CALIFORNIA FILE MANUFACTURING CO., 
(W. IVti/ttkojr, L Kramer, M. Harris and 
John Burke) 437 Brannan 

CALIFORNIA FOUNDRY, William Brodie pro- 
prietor, NW cor Main and Harrison 

CALIFORNIA FRAME FACTORY, Jones & 
Haviland proprietors, S s Berry bet Fourth and 
Fifth 

California Glove Co., (Piatt Conklin & F. G. 
Conklin) 416 Battery 

CALIFORNIA HIDE DEPOT, Alois Brandt pro- 
prietor, 11 and J 3 Broadway 



E. H. JOlfES & CO., 116 Sansom Street, "White Goods. 



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CALIFORNIA HOTEL, George Chapnis propii- 1 
eior. SK cor Dupoiit and Coninieiciul 

CALIKORNIA IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION, 
oHico 71-2 MoiitLToinerv 

CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO., (Fire and Ma- 
rine) C. T. Hopkins prefiident, Zenas Crowell 
Recretnrv. office 'MS California 

CALIFORNIA LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT 
EXCHANGE, office 319 Battery, John White 
secietatv 

CALIFORNIA LAND EXCHANGE, Charles R. 
Storv president, A. Martiuon Becretary, otlice 
.rji) California 

CALIFORNIA LINE PACKETS from New York, 
Pl.itt &. Newton avrenrs, S\V cor Cal and Front 

Calitoniia Live Stock As^nrance Co., George Treat 
president, W. Ang. Knappe secretary, office 9 
New Mfichanta' Exchange 

California IMalt House, 436 Brnnnan 

Cjliforiiia Marine Paint Co., office SW cor Kearny 
and Clay, room 10 

Caiiforniii Jtarket, Tevis & Davis proprietors, Cal- 
if'irnia to Pine l)et iMontsfoinerv an<I Keainv 

CALIFORNIA MEDICAL GAZETTE, (monthly) 
A. Roman & Co. publishers, office 419 Mout- 
gonierv 

CALIFORNIA. MEXICO AND OREGON S. S. 
CO., (now North Pacific Transportation Co.) 
office cor Leidet«loiffaiid California 

CALIFORNIA MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 
CO., F'rank JlcCoppin president, John Crockett 
secretary, office l-^ Merchants' E.xciianire 
, CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD EXTEN- 
j SION CO., office 415 Montgomery 

I California Pacific Railroad, freight office cor Front 
and Vallejo 

CALIFORNIA PIONEER FUSE MANUFAC- 
TURING CO., NW cor Carolina and Mari- 
posa, office 314 California 

CALIFORNIA PIONEERS, (Society of) rooms 
608 Monigomerv 

CALIFORNIA PLANING MILLS, ^/J/fflw-s 
Uliiin ^- Co.. C. J. Viexrott, Joxinli D. Taney, 
and Jnmcn Taney) proprietors, NW cor How- 
ard ;ind Spear 

CALIFORNIA POLICE GAZETTE, (weekly) 
office SW cor Front and Jackson 

CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, (Santa Cruz) 
John F. Lohse secretury, office 314 California 

California Pri.-son Commission, office '6^1 Montgom- 
ery room 6 fourth floor 

California Publishing Co., 31 Kearny 

California Real Estate Association, office 704 Market 

California Russian Fur Co., office 4-.^0 Montgomery 

California Silk Culture Co.. office 416 Montgomery 

California Slate Co.. office 716 Monts^omery 

CALIFORNIA SOAP CO., factory W s Sausom 
nr Greenwich, office 5-20 Front 

CALIFORNIA STATE TELEGRAPH CO., 
George Hart ^Mnmford president, George S. 
Ladd secretary and treasurer, James Gamble 
superintendent, office 5"J'J California 

California State Women's Hospital, Mrs. Lee 
matron, 21 Hawthorne 

CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION CO., 
office NE cor Front and Jackson 

CALIFORNIA STOCK EXCHANGE, rooms 

Montgomery Blo;k 
California Street Railroad Homestead Association, 

office 2"J0 Montgomery 
CALIFORNIA SUGAR REFINERY, SW cor 

Eii;hth and Braunan. office 210 California 
CALIFORNIA TEACHER, (monthly) office 712 

WashiuL'ton 
CALIFORNIA THEATER. Barrett & McCul- 
iough managers, N s Bush bet Kearny and 
Dnpont 
California Tool Works, J. Weichhart proprietor, 143 
Beale 



CALIFORNIA TRUST CO., Henry L. Divis 

president, D. W. C. Thompson cashier, office 
421 Cilifornia 
CALIFORNIA TYPE FOUNDRY CO., William 

Faulkner & Son aLcents. 411 Clav 
CALIFORNIA WINE COOPERAGE CO., depot 

SW cor Driunm and Comnierci il 
Calish R. S., express wagon, SE cor Broadway and 

Dnpont. dwl Mil Sacramento 
Calisher Julius. (Mark-i & C.j dwl 915 Seventh 
Calistoga and Geyser Turnpike Road Co., office 420 

Monttromeiy 
Calkin Milo, bookkeeper, dwl .516 Taylor 
Call Andrew, groceries, cor Fifth and Folsom, dwl 

3.53 Clementina 
Ciill Dennis, teamster with James McDevitt, dwl 

SW cor Sansom and Vallejo 
Call G. H., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Call Jonas, dwl 908 Broadway 
Call Patrick, laborer with A. M. Ebbets, dwl 214 

Brr)adway 
Callabotta Sylvester, restanrant, IS Folsom 
Callaifhan Cal, laborer, dwl Laurel Hill Cemetery 
Ciillaghan Charles, sea captaiu, dwl 60S Ellis 
CALLAGHAN DANIEL, manufaetirer Donnelly 

& Co's Yeast Powder, 121 Front, dwl NW cor 

Howard and Fourteenth 
Callagban David, laborer with M. Heyfron, dwl 

158 Minna 
Call.ighan Dennis, carpenter, dwl 114 Hayes 
Callaifhan James, ironer White's Laundry, 26 Harriet 
Callaghan James, laborer, dwl Filbert bet Sansom 

and Montgomery 
Calhighan James, proprietor Bay State House, NE 

cor Front and Sjcramento 
Callaghan John, inmer with E. P. White, 26 Harriet 
Callaghau John, stoker, dwl 135 Folsom 
Callaghan Martin, laborer, dwl W s Main bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Callaghan Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Callaghan Owen, baker, dwl 1323 Sac, rear 
Callaghan Owen, cook Industrial School, Old Ocean 

H(mse Road 
Callatrhan Patrick, shoemaker, dwl 506 Minna, rear 
Callaghan Patrick, waiter City and County Hospi- 
tal, SW cor Stockton and FraiK-ioco 
Calhighan Sherwood, clerk with Murphy, Grant & 

Co., dwl Occidental Hotel 
Callaghan Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Callitghan Timothy, laborer with James P. Pierce 
Calhighan T. O., carpenter, dwl 128 Shipley 
Calhighan William, farmei, dwl 2 Jasper Place 
Callaghan Willinm. porter P. M. S. S. Constitution 
CALLAGHAN'S BUILDING, W s Dupout bet 

Clay and Washinitton 
Callahan Bernard, chief engineer S. F. & P. Su- 
gar Refinery, dwl 16 Rnss 
Callahan Charles, laborer. Pioneer Woolen Factory 
Callahan Cornelius, butcher with William K. Deit- 

ricb, dwl 623 Geaiy 
Calhiban Cornelius, laborer, dwl 47 Ecker 
Callahan Cornelius, laborer, dwl E u White bet Val- 
lejo and Green 
Callahan David, shoemaker, 302 Market 
Callahan Dennis, hackinan. dwl 260 First 
Callahan James, shoemaker, 60 First, dwl 3 Lick 

Alley 
Callal.an James, helper with Thomas Day, dwl cor 

Si.xth and Brannan 
Callahan John, coachman Cosmopolitan Hotel, dwl 

.504 Market 
Callahan John, conductor City Railroad, dwl 759 

Mission 
Callahan John, hostler, dwl 7 Bernard 
Callahan John, laborer, dwl SW cor Pierce and 

Eddy 
Calhihan John, liquor saloon, NE corner Braunan 

and Si.xth 
Callahan M. B.. dwl 431 Si.xth 



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Callahan ;\Iiduiel, hihoier, dwl N a Lick nr First 
Callalum Michael, lahoier with J. B. Kemp 
Callahan Faliiik, e^]>l•e^'8 wagon, cor Front aud 

Marker, dwl 44-> IJraiinan 
Callahan Patrick, lahoier, dwl S s Shipley bet 

Ei^dith and Ninih 
Callahan Pairic-k, lahorer with ,1. B. Kemp 
Callahan Philip, molder, dwl 90 Everett 
Cullaluin Philip, molder Atlas Ii-on Works 
Callahan S., dwl Occidentid Hotel 
Callahan Thomas, lahorer, dwl (56 First 
Callahan Thomas, lahorer with .J. B. Kemp 
Callahan Timothy, laborer, dwl 123 Pacific 
Callahan William, hostler with Boutou & Son, dwl 

2 Jasper Place 
Callahan William, shoemaker with Donovan Bros., 

dwl 2 Jasper Place 
Callahan. — See Kallahan 

Callaher Daniel, hoilermaker Risdon Iron Works 
Callaher — See Kelleher 
Callan Christopher, dwl 140~ Mason 
Callan John, hackdriver Cosmopolitan Hotel, dwl 

50(i Market 
Callan i" Thomas J & Grellis, ^Jb/tn^ liquor saloon, 

210 Sutter 
Callan Thomas, (Callan iSf Grcllisj dwl 1 Harlan 

Place 
Callanan Michael, lahorer, dwl Ocean Beach Road 

2| miles from Clitt' House 
Callanan Timothy, hoilermaker, dwl 10 Anthony 
Callen John, Liborer, dwl -110 Sixth, rear 
Callen Michael, marbleworker with M. Ileverin, 

dwl 11.5 Shipley 
Callender David A., clerk with Preston & McKin- 

non, dwl 7:57 Howard 
Callender Ik-niy A., manufacturing jeweler, 315 

Montgomery, dwl 5.5'-ij Natoma 
Callender John T., (colored) boarding, -5 Broadw-ay 
Callhin Edward, longshoreman with N. P. Trans. Co 
Callinan Timothy, cabinetmaker with George O. 

Whitney «fe Co., dwl Anthony nr Mission 
Callinghain Willinm J., insurance adjuster, dwl 410 

Kearny 
Callon Thomas, dwl NW cor Broadway and Davis 
Ciillson Peter, carpenter, dwl 1435 Pacific 
Callundan Christian F., local policeman, dwl 34 

Tyler 
Caiman Patrick, porter, dwl NE cor Front and Sac 
Calmer John, laborer, dwl Clem bet First and Second 
Calnan Daniel, drayman with William Hannou, dwl 

120 Sliipley 
Calnan John J., harnessmaker with Augustus Till- 
man, dwl 30 Clementina 
Calnan Patrick, laborer with E. A. T. Gallagher, 13 

Freelou 
Calney Daniel, drayman, dwl 753 Mission 
Calnon Charles, liquor saloon, 601 Kearny 
Calnon Ellen Mrs., furnished rooms, dvvl 143 Natoma 
Calnon William, dwl 107 Sansom 
Galon Owen, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Calso Luke, drayman, dwl NE cor Turk and Polk 
Calver Sauuiel, carpenter, dwl Cambridge House 
Calveit Heurv W., manuf dentist with Cole <fe 

Calve It, dwl 21 Post 
Calvert John, contractor, dwl 706 Sutter 
Calvert John, / Pazidcr & C.) dwl 706 California 
Calvert John F., bricklayer. Bricklayer's Protective 

Association, 751 Market 
Calvert William, (Cole & C.) dwl 21 Post 
Calvert William, seaman, dwl 135 Folsom 
Caman Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Eddy nr Pierce 
Camarillo Luis, porter. 111 Battery, dwl Euss House 
Camhell Geoi-ge E.. clerk, 323 Bush 
Cambell M. D., bricklayer, Bricklayers' Pro. Ass., 

751 Market 
Camhernons Alexander, cooper, dwl 16 Card Alley 
Cambers Thomas, shoemaker with Bryant &, Sel- 
lers, dwl 776 Folsom 
Cambournac Jean, tailor, dwl Virginia nr Pacific 



CAMBRIAN HOUSE. Jenkins & Evans pro- 
prietors, 403 Broadway 
CamhridLce House, Lawrence McKeone proprietor, 

304 Pacific 
Cambridge Joseph, machinist, dwl Montana Hotel 
Camel Andrew, laborer, dwl 819 Battery, rear 
Camel John, laliorer, dwl 433 Bioadway 
Camerdon Michael, laborer, dvvl Central Road near 

Toll Gate 
Cameron A. B., machinist, dwl 507 Mission 
Cameron Ale.K. D., carpenter, dwl What Cheer H 
Cameron Angus, ('La«^/a7i(i & C.y dwl 216 Pros- 
pect Place 
Cameron Austin, with Yuill & Johnson, 4 Fourth 
Cameron Benjamin, pictureframemaker with Nile 

& Duruey, dwl 135 Fifth 
Cameron Christiana S. Miss, tailoress with Simon 

Reinstein, dwl 100| Second 
Cameron Daniel, (Farnham Sf C.J dwl 318 Beale 
("ameron Duncan, foundryman, dwl 1412 Sac 
Cameron Elizabeth, (wido'w) boarding, 312 Beale 
Cameron Elizabeth S. Miss, teacher City Female 

Seminary 
Cameron Hannah H., (widow) dwl 135 Fifth 
Cameron Huudi, brass finisher with W. T. Garratt, 

dwl 51)9 Third 
Cameron James, baker, 509 Third 
Cameron James, turner with Langland & Cameron, 

dwl HI Freelon 
Cameron John, dvvl 615 Commercial 
Cameron John, shipjoiuer, dwl 549 Howard 
Cameron Julia A. Mrs., furnished rooms, NW cor 

O'Farrell and Mason 
Cameron Mary Miss, dressmaker, dwl 213 Dupont 
Cameron Mary A., (widow-) dwl N s Mission near 

Main, rear 
Cameron Nathan, speculator, dwl 258 Jessie 
Cameron P. A., carpenter, dwl 512 Howaid 
Cameron Robert, teamster with Dutton & Moore, 

dwl 312 Beale 
Cameto Martin, ( Dnpny Sf Co. ^ dwl 528 Broadway 
Cammau ( An ^itatua J & Co., (Thomas StnJ'erj 

shipchandlers, 1-52 Stewart 
Cammau Augustus, ( Cammau Sf Co.) dwl 261 Clara 
Cammet John, dwl NE cor Howard and Tiiirteenth 
Caunnet's Coffee and Dining S.iloon, Maloue & 

O'Dounel proprietors, 57 and 59 Third 
Cammil Gnslave, tailor, dwl 9 Union Place 
Camp H., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Camp J. M., dwl 737 Howard 
Camp Sarah, (widow) dwl 531 Greenwich 
Cimp.— See Kanip and Kemp 
Campbell A. J., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
CAMPBELL, (Alexander) VOX ( Charles N.J & 

CAMPBELL, (Hciu-y G.J attorneys at law, 

ofiice 528 California 
Campbell Alexander, (OampbcU,Fox Sf Campbell J 

res Oakland 
Campbell Alexander, attorney at law, ofnee rooms 

y6 aud 28 Exchange Building, dwl 208 Post 
Campbell Alexander," carpenter, dwl St. Charles 

Hotel 
Campbell Alexander, clerk with A. Roman & Co., 

dwl 1124 Market 
Campbell Alexander, miner, dwl 906 Vallejo 
Campbell Amy Miss, assistant teacher North Cosmo- 
politan School, dwl 1220 Jackson 
Campbell Andrew, builder and contractor, dwl 1303 

Kearny 
Campbell Anna, (widow) dressmaker, dwl 1426 

Stockton 
Campbell Bartholemew, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Campbell B. J., molder, dwl 34 Minna 
Campbell Charles, compositor, dwl 22 Keainy 
Caiipbell Charles, engineer, dwl 6 Thomson Avenue 
Campbell Charles, wireworker with H. T. Graves, 

awl 1220 Jackson 
Campbell Cornelia E. Miss, assistant teacher South 

Cosmopolitan Primary School, dwl 68 Clem 



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Campbell Duncan, sbipripger, dwl 1306 Mont 
Campbell Edward, actor Maguire's Oneia House 
Campbell Edward, laborer's. F. Siiot & Lead 

Works, dwl SE cor Howard and Second 
Campbell Frank, barkeeper 432 Cal, dwl 316 Pine 
Campbell Francis, real estate, dwl S s Twentieth 

bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Campbell Frederick, Plumber's Pro. E. H. L., 346 

Bush 
Campbell George, (Dickson, DeWoIf & Go.) res 

London 
Campbell George, machinist, dwl 504 Howard 
Campbell George J., boilermaker. Union Iron 

Works, dwl NE cor Main and Folsom 
Campbell Henry C, {Campbell, Fox & C.) attorney 

at law, office 528 California, res Oakland 
Campbell Isaac, apprentice Kimball Manufacturing 

Co., dwl 20 Stanford 
Campbell Isaac, baker, dwl 20 Stanford 
Campbell Jacob A., foreman with Massey & Yung, 

awl 649 Sacramento 
Camiibell James, currier with Buckingham & Hecht, 

dwl S s Market nr Valencia 
Campbell James, longshoreman, dwl 26 Stewart 
Campbell James A., calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's 

Hall 
CAMPBELL JAMES D., Eureka Restaurant, W s 

Speax nr Mission 
CAMPBELL JAMES W. H., proprietor Cunning- 
ham's Warehouse, office cor Front and Green, 

dwl 1117 Montgomery 
Campbell John, dwl 1922 Taylor 
Campbell John, bookkeeper with Pope & Talbot, 

dwl 312 Brannan 
Campbell John, carpenter, dwl 20 Sansom 
Campbell John, carpenter, dwl 741 Market 
Campbell John, glassblower Pacific Glass Works, 

awl W 8 Geneva bet Brannan and Townseud 
Campbell John, laborer, dwl 978 Harrison 
Campbell John, porter International Hotel, dwl 9 

Piuckney Place 
Campbell John, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Campbell John J., clerk, dwl 460 Minna 
Campbell Joseph, inolder, dwl 5 Natoma 
Campbell f Joseph F.J Sl Conrad, f Henry J liair- 

dressing saloon , 268 First 
Campbell Joseph F., fCamphell & Conrad) dwl 268 

First 
Campbell J. S., carpenter, dwl Columbia House 
Campbell M., shipwright, Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Campbell Mary Ann, (colored) widow, dwl 928 

Pacific, rear 
Campbell Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Campbell (Murdoch) &, Eraser, (Robert) hard- 
ware, 5 Stewart 
Campbell Murdoch, (Campbell Sf Fraser) dwl 318 

Pine 
Campbell Nicholas, carpenter, dwl 35 Tehama 
Campbell P. A., (Deeth, Starr Jf- C.) dwl 528 Pine 
Campbell Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Campbell Patrick D., insurance agent, dwl NWcor 

Twentieth and Sliotwell 
Campbell Peter, blacksmith with W. M. Hendiy, 

dwl W s Geneva bet Brannan and Townsend 
Campbell Peter, boilermaker Eisdon Iron Works, 

dwl 1.58 First 
Campbell Peter, laborer, dwl Clare nr Market 
Campbell Peter II., foreman cutting room U. S. B. 

Mint, dwl 1220 Jackson 
Campbell Philip, laborer S. F. Gas Co 
Cam])bell Ralph, laborer, dwl NE cor Dupont and 

Vallejo 
Campbell Robert, carpenter, dwl 37 Minna 
Campbell Robert, carpenter, dwl 568 Mission 
Campbell Robert, laborer, dwl 551 Folsom 
Campbell Robert A., clerk, dwl 1220 Jackson 
Cain])bell Sarah Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. Kate 

A. Deering, dwl 813 Howard 
Campbell Sopliia, (widow) dwl 460 Minna 



Campbell Thomas, barkeeper, dwl 72 Naloma 
Camnbell Thomas, enirineer steamer jNIoses Taylor, 

dwl Liberty bet Brannan and Townsend 
Campbell Walter C, patternmaker 20 Fremont, dwl 

649 Howard 
Campbell William, (^H'eWtfc C.) dwl St. Nicholas 

Hotel 
Campbell William, dwl New St. Charles Hotel 
Campbell William, blacksmith with William Brodie, 

dwl 27 i Ritch 
Campbell William, machinist, dwi NW cor Mission 

and Beale 
Campbell M'illiam H., receiver Central Railroad 

Co., 116 Taylor, dwl 232 Turk 
Campbell William J., agent Goodyear Dental Vul- 
canite Co., office 428 California, dwl Lick 

House 
Campe Brothers, fMa$^nus and Frederick) grocer- 
ies and liquors, SW cor Second and Brannan 

and NW cor Eighth and Natoma 
Campe Frederick, (Campe Bros.) dwl 600 Second 
Campe H. & Co., (Henry Zdle) grocers, 218 

Second 
Campe Henry, groceries and liquors, cor Second and 

Tehama and NE cor Second and Clementina, 

(and H. Campe & Go. and Henry Campe S,' 

Co.) dwl 218 Second 
Campe Henry & Co., (Andrew Carl) groceries and 

liquors, J^W cor Fifth and Folsom 
Campe Magnus, (Campe Bros.) dwl 600 Second 
Campe. — See Camp and Kamp 

Campi (Giacomo) &l Co., (Natale Giamboni) Ital- 
ian Restaurant, 519 Clay 
Campi Giacomo, (Campi <Sc Co.) dwl 1015 Mont 
Campion Edward, laborer, dwl 28 Tehama 
Campion Michael, laundryman with Mary Bennett, 

dwl W 8 Dora bet Harrison and Bryant 
Campion Thomas, drayman with Deeth, Starr & 

Campbell, dwl 556 Stevenson 
Campion Thomas, varnisher with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl 227 Perry 
Campioni Emile, liquors, dwl 1011 Folsom 
Campo Manuel, cook, dwl NW corner Drumm and 

Oregon 
Campodonico Pasqual, (Lavarello & C.) dwl 10 

Union Place 
Campodonico ^.SCepAcrey tfe Co., (Charles Bianchi) 

marble works, 1130 Market 
Campodonico Stephen, (Campodonico & Go.) dwl 

571 Stevenson 
Camps Joseph D., drayman, dwl 28 Lewis 
Canare William, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Canas Manuel, porter with H. T. Holmes, dwl 

Montgomery bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Canavan Bartholomew, billiardraaker with Strahle 

& Hughes, dwl 521 Howard 
Canavan Charles, house painter, E. H. L., Dasha- 

■way Hall 
Canavan James, milkman, dwl 16 Clara 
Canavan M. Mrs., dwl 265 Minna 
Canavan Matthew, local agent ^tna Insurance Co., 

dwl SE cor Fifth and Shipley 
Canavan Michael, hackman Plaza, dwl 357 First 
CANAVAN P. H., importer wines and liquors. NW 

cor California and Front (and supervisor 

Eleventh Ward) dwl 1124 Folsom 
Canavan. — See Kennovau 
Candage Wiley P., sawyer with Kelton, Dunbar & 

Co., dwl 4" Zoe 
Candelet Aaron, butcher with Ball & Weller, San 

Francisco Market 
Candelet Allen, butcher, dwl SW cor Sansom and 

Washington 
Candez Peter, waiter with Peter Job, 24 MoAt 
Cane Gustave, hairdresser with Aaron Creamer, 

321 Sansom, dwl 464 Tehama 
Cane James, laborer, dwl 118 Shipley 
Cane James, laborer, dwl 824 Harrison 
Cane John, hackman, dwl 130 Shipley 



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Cane jVIichael, fruits and vegetables, 320 Fifth 
Cane Michael, janitor Shotvvell Street Grammar 

School 
Cane. — See Cain, Kain, and Kane 
Cauepa Agostiiio, porter with Angelo Bona, dwl 

Margaret Place 
Canlield Henry C, carpenter, dwl 303 Jessie 
Canfield Hobert, ass. engineer P. M. S. S. Montana 
Canlield Martin D., lianiessmrtker with Charles H. 

Mead, dwl (i09i Howard 
Canfield Rufus J., dwl 1511 Taylor 
Canfield Thomas, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Canfield Thomas, employe with Goodwin & Co 
Canfield William, jeweler, dwl 1411 Stockton 
Canfil Oliver, painter with B. L. Brandt, dwl IGj 

Rausch 
Cangellar Elias, chop house, 205 Third 
Canginna Auguste, confectionery, 833 Washington 
Cauham Charles, cook, dwl SW cor Dupout and 

Broadway 
Canham Elizabeth Miss, adjuster U. S. B. Mint, dwl 

California bet Van Ness Avenue and Franklin 
Canham Frederick, cook with H. Horst & Co 
Cannar John, butcher, dwl S s El Dorado nr Potre- 

ro Avenue 
Cannavau James, job wagon, 16 Clay 
Cunnavan John, hackman. Plaza 
Cannavan John, job wagon, 509 Tiiiid 
Caunavan Martin, printer, dwl SW cor Clay and 

Jones 
CANNAVAN MICHAEL, clothing, 803 Kearny, 

dwl N s Lombard nr Kearny 
Cannavan Patrick, hackman, dwl 105 Jessie 
Cannavan Patrick, laborer, 626^ Jessie 
Cannavau — See Canavan and Kennovan 
Cannell Thomas, sailmaker, Sailniakers' Associa- 
tion, cor Clay and East 
Cannev C. C, leathersorter with I. M. Wentworth, 

dwl 1032 Market 
Canning James, cabinetmaker with Goodwin & Co., 

dwl 3ti Garden 
Canning William, engineer, dwl W s Garden bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Canning William stevedore, dwl Filbert bet San- 
son! and Montgomery 
Cannon A., seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Cannon Anthony, teamster w-ith Thomas & Twing, 

dwl 17 Spear 
Cannon Bernard, laborer with Gallagher, Weed & 

Co., dwl 3 Natoma 
Cannon Charles A., wagonmaker, dwl E s Shotwell 

nr Twentieth 
Cannon Daniel, dwl 1513 Powell 
Cannon Eveline Mrs., furnished rooms, 20 Mont 
Cannon Francis, whitener, dwl NE cor Sixth and 

Bryant 
Cannon James, carpenter with B. & J. S. Doe, dwl 

23 Minna 
Cannon James, laborer, dwl N s Miss, nr Main, rear 
Cannon James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Cinnou James, molder, dwl 14 Natoma 
Cannon James, nurse City and County Hospital, SW 

cor Stockton and Francisco 
Cannon James, plasterer, dwl 912 Bryant 
Cannon James, shoemaker with Kowalsky & Co., 

dwl 2C Fourth 
Cannon John, carpenter, dwl 23 Minna 
Cannon John, job wagon P. M. S. S. Co's Wharf, 

dwl S s Twenty-third nr Cohimbia 
Cannon John J., wheelwright Kimball Manuf. Co., 

dwl 256 Clara 
Cannon Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Cannon Patrick, mattressmaker with N. P. Cole «fe 

Co., dwl Market nr Seventh 
Cannon Sophia S., (widow) dwl E s Shotwell nr 

Twentieth 
Cannon Steplien, laborer vrith J. B. Kemp 
Cannon William, carpenter with B. & J. S. Doe, 

dwl 23 Minna 



Cannon William, laborer with R. Card & Co., dwl 

41 Jessie 
Cantalope Adolphe, harnessmaker with Jngnet & 

Perrin,dwl E s Kearny bet Pacific and Bdwy 
Gintan Joseph, calker, Ship C. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Canterbury James, lather, dwl NW cor Pine and 

Buchanan 
CANTIN fj. P.J & EVERETT fA. F.J stock and 

money brokers, .506 Montgomery 
Cantin Joseph P., fContin & 'Everett) dwl 815 Ellis 
Cantlan Richard, laborer, dwl 266 Jessie 
Cantlin Martin, carpenter, dwl Pacific Hotel 
Canto & Co., (Chinese) cigar manuf, 741 Jackson 
Canton Joseph, calker, dwl SW cor Beale and 

Howard 
Cantrell George, laborer Fulton Foundry, dwl 728 

Market 
Cantrell J., dwl 728 Market 
Cantrell Joseph B., tinsmith with Brittan, Holbrook 

& Co., dwl N s Filbert bet Polk and Larkin 
Cantrell Morris, laborer. Lab. League, Dashaway 

Hall 
Cantrell Thomas G., (Hawkins Sf CJ dwl 1216 

Larkin 
CANTRELL, (William B.j DELL (John E.J & 

CO., doors, sash, blind, and molding factory, 34- 

38 Beale 
Cantrell William B., (Cantrell, Dell & Co. J dwl SW 

cor Van Ness Avenue and Pacific 
Cantrowith Joseph, porter 101 Battery, dwl 151 

Clara 
Cantus G. & Co., (John Bos.iJ groceries and liquors 

NW cor Broadway and Stockton 
Cantus (Georgej & Hoss (John) groceries and 

liquors, 321 Broadway 
Cantns George (G. Cnn'tns & Co. and Cantus & 

Ho^sJ dwl 928 Montgomery 
Cant-well Morris, cartman, dwl 132 Fifth 
CX^TY (Daniel J & WAGNER, (William J man- 
ufacturers and wholesale and retail confection- 
ers, 107 Montgomery 
Canty Daniel (Canty Sf Wagner J dwl 114i Turk 
Canty Michael, fruits, dwl 28 Louisa 
Canty Patrick, helper with J. Burns, dwl 723 San 
Canty Thomas, laborer, dwl 328 Third 
Canty Thomas F. R., harnessmaker with Main &. 

Winchester, dwl 28 Louisa 
Canty Timothy, merchant tailor, 37 Sutter, dwl 16 

Sutter 
Canty ( William W.J & Co., (F. Prrtorins, John 

Bush, and John Connor J Cooperative Boiler 

Works, W s Fremont bet Folsoni and Howard 
Canty William W., (Canty & Co. J dwl 227 Second 
Cany Edward, dwl 552 Mission 
Cany M. A. Mrs., dwl 552 Mission 
Cauyo Michael, dwl 222 Francisco, rear 
Canzago Antoine, dwl 1513 Dupont 
Cape William, plasterer, P. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
CAPEN A. M. & CO., (Pavl H. BoggsJ importers 

carriage bolts and hardware, 125 Sansom 
Capen Albert M., (A. M. Capen & Co. J resides New 

York 
Caperton John, dwl Pacific Club 
Capital Building, NW cor Pine and Kearny 
Capital Homestead Association, office 409 California 
Capitol Flouring Mills, (Denting, Ungcr & Co.) 115 

Commercial and 116 Sacramento 
Caplice John, brewer, dwl N s Natoma bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Capp Charles S., real estate, dwl SE cor McAllister 

and Buchanan 
Capp John G., foreman with Tay, Brooks & Backus, 

dwl Bootz Hotel 
Cappola A. G., policeman City Hall, dwl Jackson 

Place nr Montgomery 
Capprise E. O. Miss, assistant teacher Union Pri- 
mary School, dwl 516 Greenwich 
Capprise Joseph, carpenter Public School Depart- 
ment, dwl 516 Greenwich 



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Caprino Lorenzo, gardener, Old San Josd Road bet 

T\venty-8eveiit!i and Twenty eijrhtli 
Captiiine' Room, 31 New Mer.liant's Exclianfre 
Capnro Charles, porter with Treadvvell &. Co., dwl 

535 Vallcjo 
Capurro Gniseppe, entrineer with D. Ghirardelii &. 

Co.,dwl4-J-2 Vatlejo 
Caralfa ( Dominico) & Co.. (Geralimo RaggioJ 

bakers, 130'J Dupout 
Caraher Francis, shoemaker with Bnckingham & 

Heclit, d«l S s Kniton nr Van Nes^s Avenue 
Caralier Michael, shoemaker, dwl S s Fulton nr Van 

Ness Avenue 
Cararaela Bartola, fruits, cor Washington and Cus- 
tom House Place, dwl SW cor IJush and Kearny 
Carberry Corniick, carpentei-, dwl 347 Minna 
Ciiibeny Edward, carpenter, dwl Tremont Honse 
Carberry James, shoemaker with F. Kramer, dwl 

153 Xatouia 
Carberrv John, boilermaker with Movnihan <k Ait- 
ken, dwl U. S. Hotel 
Carberry John, carpenter, dwl 1.5 Gar.len 
CarbeiTy Nicholas, poiter Cuuniughaiu's Ware- 
house, dwl .045 Mission 
Carberrv Patrick, carpenter, dwl Montana Hotel 
Carberry Pctriek, laborer Pacific KoUinK Mill 
Cai'berry Robert, carpenter, dwl 15 Ganlen 
Card B. Frank S., clerk with J. M. Bradstreet & 

Son. dwl 14-2i Fourth 
Card Elisha, blacksmith, dwl NW cor Howard and 

First 
Card R. & Co., fjohn T. NilcsJ poultry and game, 

6r California Market 
Card Rn.<sell, (R. Card & Co.) dwl .331 Sutter 
Card Stephen, president Saucelito Water and Steam 

Tag Co., office 3:ifi Clay, dwl IS Eddy 
Cardaso John, (M. F. Jarvas & Co.'j dwl 114 

Jackson 
Cardeili Rafael, porter with Adam Booth & Co., 

dwl P.icilic nr Virginia Place 
Cardiff Mark, waiter with James P. Pierce 
Cardiff Miles, shoemaker, dwl 526 Sixtli 
Cardiff K. J., plnmber. Pro. E. H. L.,346 Bnsh 
Cardinell John E., collector, office 32 Montgomery 
Block, dwl W 8 Valencia bet Fifteeulh and 
Si.Nteeiith 
Cardinell W. H., calker, Ship. C. Ass., Barra'.-s Hall 
Cardinet Eniile, jiroduce, dwl 7W2 Lombard, rear 
Cardoza Ma.x. barber with Martin Koch, dwl 641 

Commercial 
Cardwell Jolni Henrv, p;-.inter and paperhanger 

with Geo. W. Claik.dwl 64 Silver 
Carew Thomas, drayman, cor B ittery and Sacra- 
mento, dwl NE cor Fell and Octavia 
Carew Tliomas Jr., clerk, 5 Sansom, dwl NE cor 

Fell and Octavia 
Carew William, cairiage painter, dwl NE cor Fell 

and Octavia 
Carey James, longshoreman, dwl 316 Beale, rear 
Carey Jiimes, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Carey James A., porter with Brittau, Holbrook & 

Co., dwl 23 Jessie 
Carey James E., laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carey John, b,ickla\er, dwl N s Jersey bet Twen- 
ty-fourth and Twenty-tiftli 
Carey John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carey John, porter with Castle Bros., 215 Front 
Carey Lawrence, laboier, dwl 4(15 Clemeniina 
Carev Matthew, laborer, Lab. League, Dashaway 

Hall 
Carey Maurice V., shoemaker, NE cor Vallejo and 

Montgomery 
Carey Alichael.' foreman with William F. Burke, 

dwl 714 OFarrell 
Carey Michael, waterman, dwl 8 Everett 
Carey Michael C, bookbinder with Bartling & 

kimball, dwl OOij Filbert 
Carey Michael F., laborer, dwl 1622 Stockton 
Carey Patrick, peddler, dwl 405 Clementina 



Carey Snsie Miss, assistant teacher Washington 

Grammar School 
Carey Thomas, bricklayer, B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
Carey Thomas, laborer with J. B Kemp 
Carey William, carpenter, dwl Brooklyn House 
Carey William, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carey. — See Gary 

Cargan Farrell, laborer, dwl 3 Howard Court 
Cargill Duncan, dwl 13 Powell 
Carginu Andrew, 1 iborer PaciHc Rolling Mill, dwl 

N 6 Siena bet Maryland and Louisiana 
Cariboo Hotel, Dubureau & Buessarde proprietors, 

516 Pacific 
Carignan Narcisse, with M. Keller &. Co., dwl NW 

cor Sacramento and Stockton 
Cariiruant Adolph, with M. Keller &, Co., dwl 29 

Post 
Carisher Marks, peddler, dwl 110 William 
Carl Andrew, (Henry Cnmpe& Co.) Awl 355 Clem 
Carl H., iron molder, dwl 232 Stevenson 
Carl Pi^trick, laborer, dwl NW corner Montgomery 

and Greenwich 
Carl William, clerk with Henry Campe & Co., dwl 

355 Clementina 
Call f William W.J & ^lor^An.f Frank) milkranch, 

EsBernal Higlits nr San Brinio Road 
Carlach Conrad, dwl 105 O'Farrell 
Garland John, bootmaker with Blanchette & La- 
cier, dwl 1113 Stockton 
Carle Edward, poiter, 615 ilission 
Carle J. A., carpenter, dwl Third nr Stevenson 
Carlen Patrick, blacksmith with William Carlen, 

dwl 733 Vallejo 
Carlen William, blacksmith, 724 Broadway, dwl 

733 Vallejo 
Carleton Charles A., dwl 13 St. Mary Place 
Carleton Howard, compositor Ev.mgel, dwl 27 Perry 
Carleton John Capt., dwl 913 Bush' 
Carleton William F., southern coa.st messenger Pa- 
cific Union E.xpress Co., dwl Russ House 
Carleton. — See Carlton 

Carley G. H., carpenter, II. C. League, 25 Post 
Carlile VV. E., steward ste;imer Moses Taylor 
Carlin Charles, laborer, dwl 233 First 
Carlin Daniel &. Co., (John BresUnJ liquor saloon, 

217 Beale 
Carlin Hugh, painter with M. English, dwl 246 

Minna 
Carlin Roger, draj'man, dwl 13^ Fifth Avenue 
Carlin William, porter, dwl N s Turk nr Polk 
Carlisle Carmace, carpenter, 11, C. League, 25 Post 
Carlisle Charles, waiter C, S. Nav. Co's stm Capital 
Carlisle Ellen M. Mrs., assistant teacher Shotwell 

Street Grammar School, dwl 1412 Pine 
Carlisle George O., carpenter, dwl 1412 Pine 
Carlisle George O., local policeman, dwl 516 

Greenwich 
Carlisle S H., bookkeeper, dwl 903 Pine 
Carlisle Thomas S., saloon, SE cor Fourteenth and 

Mission, dwl 1011 Market 
Carlisle William, cook P. M. S. S. Montana, dwl 

535 First 
Carlo Gali, stonecutter, Stonecutters' Ass., 751 Market 
Carlon Williim, ( Doyh & Co.) dwl S 8 Vallejo bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Carlos Thomas, waiter Bank E.xchange, SE cor 

Montgomery and Wasbington 
Carlos Til)urcia's;iddler and bvervstable, 527 Pac 
Carlson Charles, caipenler, dwl 331) Clemeniina 
Carlson C. I., billiard-tablemaker with Slrahle & 

Hughes, dwl 341 Clementina 
Carlson Edwr.rd, chief clerk U, S. A. Clothing 

Depot, dwl 170S Sacramento 
Carlson Uirik, shipcarpenier. bds 21) Commercial 
Carlton Charles, Irtboier with Tesmore & Mayes, 

dwl St. Marv 
CARLTOX CHARLES C, proprietor Empire 

Warehouse. l()-22 Beale, dwl 641 Folsom 
Carlton Harriet C, (widow) dwl 418 Fremont 



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Carlton Henry P., vice principal State Normal 

School, dvvl927 Howiini 
Carlton Josepli, laborer with Spence <St Joliiison, 93 

Califoriiiii IMiirket 
Cailton () B., jol) wagon, 34 Merchant 
Carlton WiUiaiii 15., clerk with Linforth, Kellogg & 

Kail, ilwl 418 Fremont 
Carlvle Rolieit G., foreman with Palmer, Knox & 

Co., dwi 515 Howard 
Carlyle J. B., carpenter, dwl NW cor California 

and Drmnm 
Curly Michael, laborer Front Street, O. & M. R. R., 
dwl Austin bet Fiankliii and Van Ness Avenue 
Carlyson Lewis, carpenter, dwl J 05 Prospect Place 
Carman William, physician, oltice and dwl ()47 How 
Carniiin W. M., house painter, E. H. League, Dash- 
away Hall 
Carmauy Cyrus W., cashier Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, d'vvl (iil Clay 
CARMANY JOHN H. & CO., publishers commer- 
cial Herald, Overland Monthly, Pacific, etc., 
oHice 41)9 Washington, dwl 6:21 Clay 
Carmanv Rinsrgold, clerk Savings and lloan Society, 

dwre-Jl Clay 
Carniatz Adol[)h', watchmaker and jeweler, 521 San- 

eoni, dwl 109 Montgomery Block 
Carmelich Geoige, manufacturer saddles and har- 
ness, .525 San.som, dwl 137 Fifth 
Carmen Island Salt W^orks, Holladay & Brenlinni 

agents, Folsom Street Wharf, office 322 Fi'out 
Carrneny James, lumberman, dwl 256 Jessie 
Carmichael Daniel, marblecntter with Leon R. 

Myers &. Co., dwl .523 Minna 
Carmichael Neil, shipwright. Shipwrights' Associa- 
tion, Barra's Hall 
Carmichael William, blacksmith with McVicker & 

Co., dwl 547 Natonia 
Carinody Edmond, carpenter, dwl Bush St. House 
Carniody H. A., machinist, dwl 507 Alissiou 
Carmody John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carmody John, peddler, dwl E s Seventh bet Bran- 
nan and Townsend 
Carmody Mary Miss, seamstress with Adolph Mai- 
ler, "dwl lO Hardie Place 
Carmona Louis, dwi 1231 Dupont, rear 
Carmona P., carriagetrimnier with Kimball Manu- 

factuiing Co., dwl 752 Harrison 
Carmona Richard, blacksmitli with Kenny & Casey, 

dwl cor P'ourth and Louisa 
Carmony Louis, porter, 432 California 
Carmoody Jaujes, stevedore, Lumb. Stev. Associa- 
tion, Barra's Hall 
Carn Daniel, miner, dwl 807 Mason 
Carnaby James, paper-boxmaker with Max Waiz- 

nian, dwl NW cor Jones and O'Farrell 
Carnagie Andrew, calker, dwl C8 Tehama 
Carnal Charles, janitor Lincoln School, dwl SE cor 

Drum in and Oregon 
Carnaud Julius, music teacher, 20 Ellis 
Carner Peter, roofer, dwl S s Clay bet Drumm and 

East 
Carnes D., laborer Pacific Rolling Mill 
Carnes Frederick G., prof, music, dwl 44 Third 
Carnes George A., teacher, dwl 312 Post 
Cai-ues Paliick, boilermaker, dwl 34 Minna 
Carnes (Frederick J.J &, Co., (Manly Eames) 

hand stamps, 631 Sacramento 
Carnes Fi-ederick J., (Corner & Co.) dwl 44 Third 
Carney Dennis, carpenter, dwl E s Columbia bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
Carney Juiiies, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carney Isabella Miss, dressmaker, dwl 118 Geary 
Carney James, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Carney John, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
Carney Lewis, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carney Morris, laborer. Lab. League, Dash. Hall 
Carney Peter, seaman, dwl 116 Stewart 
C.irney Walter, laborer, dwl 214 Broadway 
Carney. — See Kearney 



Carnippa Augustine, waiter, dwl E s Margaret PI 
Carnstens Frederick, local policeman, dwl Union iir 

Battery 
Caro Louis, cigars and tobacco, SE cor Market and 

Second, dwl 642 Mission 
Caro Moi'ris, tailor, 306 Pacific 
Caro Samuel, clothing, 40 Third, dwl 965 Howard 
Caro Wolf, furniture dealer, dwl 83 Everett 
Carolan Charles A., barkeeper with J. A. Lukin, 

dwl 204 Montgomery 
Carolan Patrick, laborer, dwl 7.57 Bryant 
CAKOLIN JAMES, wines and liquors, SE corner 

Braunan and Third 
Carol! Henry, laborer, dwl 634 Third 
Caronte Joseph, umbiellamaker, 40] Bush 
Carp Caspersen, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Carpenter A. D., carpenter, dwl Bee Hive Building 
Carpenter Alfred, calker P. M. S. S. Co's Wharf 
Carpenter Autrustine D., captain Suisuu steamer, 

dwl 1020 Jackson 
Carpenter C. A., (H. B. Martin & Co. J dwl 148 

Natoma 
Carpenter Charles, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Carpenter Daniel, janitor Deuman School, dwl 1318 

Sacramento 
Carpenter Delos L., carpenter, dwl 37 Minna 
Carpenter Dyer A., bookkeeper with Par:olt & Co., 

dwl Lick House 
Carpenter Edmund P., jeweler with R. B. Gray & 

Co., dwl 1308 Powell 
Carpenter George, carpenter, dwl 15 Sutter 
Carpenter George W., brassfinisher with W. T. 

Garratt, dwl 37 Naloma 
Carpenter Henry L., carpenter, dwl 27^ Fourth 
Carjienter John, attorney at law, office 6t)3 Wash- 
ington, dwl 611 Sacramento 
Carpenter L. B., c-irpenter, 818 Clay, dwl N s Six- 
teenth Avenue 
Carpenter Louis, broommaker with Palmer, Gilles- 
pie &. Co., dwl Broadway nr Kearny 
Carpenter M. P. Mi,-;s, assistant teacher 'Greenwich 

Street Cosmopolitan School, dwl 1419 Taylor 
Carpenter Oliver, carpt-nter, dwl 15 Sutter 
Carpenter Robert, carpenter, dwl Oak Avenue 
Carpenter Thomas, boilermaker Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl SE cor Church and Tweniysecond 
Carpenter W. H., dwl cor Polk and Eddy 
Carpenter William H.,gas fitter, dwl 12 Crook 
Carpenter William L., compositor Evening Bulletin, 

dwl 123 Bernard 
Carpentier Edward R., (Clarke & C.) attorney at 

law, office 6U6 Wusliington, dwl 33 Kearny 
Carpentier Horace W., attorney at law', office 606 

Washington, res Oakland 
Carphin John W., with Glasgow Iron and Metal 

Importing Co., dwl 724 Union 
Carr Anthony, boilermaker liisdou Iron W^orks, dwl 

38 Jessie, rear 
Carr C. W., debenture clerk Custom House, dwl 633 

California 
Carr Edward, hostler with W. A. Johnston 
Can- Frank, laborer, Lab. League, Dashaway Hall 
Carr James, mariner steamer Oriflamme 
Carr Jesse D., mail contractor, oHice 420 Montgom- 
ery, dwl 131 Moutgoujery 
Carr John, real estate, dwl 446 Minna 
Carr John S., (Hooper, Wkitiyi^ Sf Co.) residence 

Arizona 
Carr John T., salesman with Stone & Hay den, dwl 

224 Minna 
Carr Joseph, plumber with P. R. O'Brien, dwl Har- 
rison bet Seventh and Eighth 
Carr J. Tyler, (Liltlefield, Webb S^^ Co.; dwl 509 

Bush 
Carr Louisa A. Mrs., dwl 314 Bush 
Carr M. D. & Co., (C. A. Murdock and C. L. 

Crackborn) printers, 532 Clay 
Carr iMathew D., (M. D. Carr Sf Co.) dwl 1016 
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Carr Michael, carpenter, dwl Biancb Hotel 1 

Carr Michael, firemau C. S- Js . Co. eteamer Helen 

Hensley 
Carr Michael, seaman, dwl SW cor Moutgomerv and 

Altrt Place 
Carr Michael, shipcarpenter, dwl Central House 
Carr Nicholas E., tailor, dwl 36 Eddv 
Carr Owen, miner, dwl S s Frederick nr First 
Carr Patrick, laborer, dwl 12 Broadway 
Carr Patrick, soapmaker, dwl SEs Harrison nr Dora 
Carr Samuel, mariner, dwl 649 Broadway 
Carr Thomas, calker, dwl 631 Green 
Carr Thomas, laborer, dwl SW cor Bay and Kearny 
Carr Thomas, porter, dwl SE cor Druin'm and Oregon 
Carr William, blacksmith, dwl 504 Howard 
Carr William, salesman, 204 Sausom, dwl Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 
Carr William, steward, dwl 156 Natoma 
Carr Wm. B., contractor, dwl NW cor Valencia and 

Twenty-fifth 
Carr. — See Karr 
Cairaffa Fred, bakery, 1309 Dupont, dwl 9 Union 

Place 
Carrabau Patrick, driver Rnss House Coaches, dwl 

Kufs House 
Carraher James, foreman Dexter Stable, dwl 6 

Jlorse 
Carraher Patrick, hostler Dexter Stable 
Carranza Charles, cook, dwl 21 Lafayette Place 
Carranza Jesus, cattleherder, dwl 2i Lafayette PI 
Carra.«ca Diego, dwl 1309 Stockton 
Carrau Joseph, butcher, dwl 1229 Mission 
Carrau Lawrence, (widow) lodgings, 540 Wash 
Carrears Alonza, cigarmaker, dwl 5 St. Charles PI 
Carrera Joseph, cabinetmaker with W. G. Weir, 

dwl Fifth nr Clara 
Carreras Rudolph, homeopathic physician, office 326 

Kearny, dwl 711 California 
Carrere Adolphe, clerk with Henry Schroder & Co., 

dwl 634 Vail ejo 
Carr6re J. Arrouy, real estate, dwl 917 Jackson 
Carrey Peter, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Protective 

Ass., 751 Market 
Carrey Thos., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Carrick Frederick E., publisher Masonic Mirror, 

office 608 Market 
Carrick George N., bookkeeper, S. F. & P. Sugar 

Co., dwl 1306 Montgomery 
Carrick John, lather, dwl 312 Clementina 
Carrick Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
I Carrick William, shipjoiner, dwl 515 Sacramento 
Carrie George, teacher, dwl 2 Vernon Place 
Carrie Joseph, waterroan, dwl E s Mission bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twentv-sixth 
Carriere G' H., dwl 1024 Powell 
Carrigau Andrew, sjilesman with Conroy & O'Con- 
nor, dwl 420 Eddy 
Carriffau Edward, painter, dwl W.s Hyde nr Green 
Carrigan Frank, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carrigan John, (Kirchhnff d: C.J dwl 229 First 
Carrigan John, cartman, dwl 243 Clara 
Carrigan John, laborer, N s Natoma bet Seventh 

and Eif^hth 
Carrigan Mary, (widow) dressmaker, dwl W s 

Hyde nr Green 
Carrit/au Patrick, coachman with Mrs. Mary B. 

Galely, dwl 716 OFarrell 
Carrigan Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carrigan Patrick, shoemaker with Kowalsky & Co., 

dwl 545 Mission 
Carrigan Peter, boilermaker Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl cor Twenty-eighth and Tehama 
Carrigan Peter, boilermaker, dwl 420 Market 
Carrigg Henry T., pressman with E. Boequi &. Co., 

dwl 29 Jessie 
Carrillo Dolores, (widow) dwl 538 Green 
Carrington Jane, (widow) dwl 836 Sutter 
Carrion Martina, (widow) dwl 414 Vallejo 
Carrique Edward A., clerk with It. H. M.igill 



Carro Charles, f Chapman 4- C.J dwl 423 Pine 

Carroll Aaron, shoemaker, dwl 2 Varenne 

Carroll Anna G. Miss, milliner and millinery, 24 

Kearny, dwl 631 Sutter 
Carroll Bernard, laborer, Laborers' League, Dash- 
away Hall 
Carroll Charies E., f Shepherd & C.J dwl S s Fell nr 

Gough 
Carroll Daniel R., molder, dwl 39 Minna 
Carroll David, fruits, NW cor Seventh and Geneva 
Carroll David, peddler, dwl cor Sixth and Folsom 
Can oil Dennis, laborer, dwl Cemetery Av nr Sutter 
Carroll Dora, (widow) furnished rooms, 129 Thii'd 
Carroll Edward, fB. F. Barton & Co.J dwl N s 

Shotwell bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
Carroll Edward, cartman, dwl S s Natoma between 

Eighth and Ninth 
Carroll Edward, laborer, Laborers' League, Dasha- 

way Hall 
CarrollEdward, laborer, Beale Street Warehouse, 

dwl 538 Howard 
Carroll Edward, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carroll Eliza, dwl 815 Broadway 
Carroll Fi-ancis P., law student, dwl 414 Tehama 
Carroll George, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Carroll George J., marblecutter with L. R. Myers 

& Co., dwl Adams House 
Carroll (Henry) & Brown, (John J (colored) whiten- 
ing, 812^ Market 
Carroll Henry, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carroll Heniy G., coachman, dwl SE cor Ellis and 

Mason 
Carroll James, ^^.S'. F. Laundry AssociationJ dwl 

1211 Turk 
Carroll James, baker, dwl 72 First 
Carroll James, boilermaker, dwl 15S First 
Carroll James, bootmaker IT. W. M. B. & S. Co., 

dwl 139 Natoma 
Carroll James, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Carroll James, laborer, dwl 26 Fourth 
Carroll James, machinist, dwl 335 Ritch 
Carroll James, roofer with John Kehoe, dwl 10 

Anthony 
Carroll James, second officer P. M. S. S. Consti- 
tution 
Carroll James, teamster S. F. & P. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl 21 Sumner 
Carroll James E.. salesman with John Carroll &. 

Co., dwl 437 Eddy 
Carroll Jane Miss, dressmaker, dwl 14 Ohio 
Carroll Jeremiah, boilermaker with Moynihan &. 

Aitken, dwl S s Ash nr Octavia 
Carroll Johanna Miss, domestic, 26^ Kearny 
CARROLL JOHN & CO., (Richard T. and VVil 

ham B. Carroll j importers wines and liquors, 

305 and 307 Front 
Carroll John, (John Carroll S,- Co.J dwl 437 Eddy 
Carrol! John, contractor, bds 423 Bush 
CaiToll John, coup^, dwl 410 Tehama 
Carroll John, di-dvman, 204 Front 
Carroll John, file'cutter, dwl W s White Place nr 

Bryant 
Carroll' John, helper Ri.-!don Iron Works 
Carroll John, laborer, dwl E s Gilbert bet Bryant 

and Brannan 
Carroll John, laborer. Lab. League, Dashaway Hall 
Carroll John, lamplighter with S. F. Gas Co., dwl 

509 Howard 
Carroll John, plumber, Pro. E. H. L.. 346 Bush 
Carroll John, salesman with John H. Cook 
Carroll John, screwturner U. W. M. B. & S. Co., 

dwl 139 Natoma 
Carroll John, shoemaker, dwl 233 Jessie 
Carroll John, teamster with Cutting &. Co., dwl 212 

Pacific 
Carroll John B., boilermaker, dwl 140 Natoma 
Carroll John C, Eureka Baken,-, 72 First 
Carroll John F., barkeeper, 236 Montgomery, dwl 

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Carroll John F., porter with R. A. Swain &, Co., 

dwl 4-:'0 Market 
Carroll John J., dwl 28 Mary 
CiU"i-oll L. W., stonecutter, Stonecutters' Ass., 751 

Market 
Carroll Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carroll Margaret, (widow) washing, dwl 710 Stock 
Carroll Martin, teamster, dwl 1^19 Mason 
Carroll Matthew, driver N. B. & M. R. R., dwl 302 

Fourth 
Carroll Matthew, shoemaker with Lawrence J. 

Rvan, dwl 244 Stevenson 
Carrofl Michael, (Mulchy & G.) dwl XE cor Clem- 
entina and Sixth 
Carroll Michael, boots and shoes, 646 Commercial, 

dwl 2 Varenne 
Can-oil Michael, laborer, dwl SE cor Tyler and 

Buchanan 
Carroll Michael, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carroll M. T., stonecutter, Stonecutters' Ass., 751 

Market 
Carroll Owen, machinist, dwl 127 Dora 
Carroll ('Pa^rfc^/' & Brother, (Thomas Carroll) 

groceries and liquors, NE corner Third and 

Minna 
Carroll Patrick, f Carroll Sf Bro.J dwl 268 Minna 
Carroll Patrick, bookkeeper, dwl 414 Tehama 
Carroll Patrick, tireman, dwl 323 Clementina 
Carroll Patrick, horseshoer with W. D. Ayers, dwl 

642 Mission 
Carroll Patrick, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Tyler bet Hyde 

and Larkia 
Carroll Patrick, porter with Mission & Pacific 

Woolen Mills, dwl 157 Minna 
Carroll Patrick, stonecutter with Larseneur & Shee- 

rin, dwl cor Bush and Lyon 
Carroll Patrick N., foreman City Grading Co., dwl 

311 Clementina 
Carroll Peter, laborer, dwl 214 Broadway 
Carroll Peter, plumber, Pro. E. H. L., 346 Bush 
Carroll Richard, groceries and liquors, SW cor Hai-- 

rison and Garden 
Carroll Richard, laborer, dwl 214 Broadway 
Carroll Richard T., fjokn Carroll Jp Co. J dwl 437 

Eddy 
Carroll Sarah A. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 414 Tehama 
Carroll Thomas, fBlaney & C.) dwl 41 Third 
Carroll Thomas, (Carroll & Bro.J dwl 26S Minna 
Carroll Thomas, dwl 209 Leidesdorff 
Carroll Thomas, bootmaker, 21 Sixth 
Carroll Thomas, laborer with James P. Pierce 
Carroll Thomas, longshoreman, dwl 26 Stewart 
Carroll Thomas P., clerk auditing department Wells, 

Fargo & Co., dwl 518 Lombard 
Carroll William, butcher, 216 Second, dwl 137 

Tehama 
Carroll William, coupe, dwl Mason nr Washington 
Carroll William, foreman with G. Poultney, dwl 27 

Third 
Carroll William, honsemover, dwl 335 Broadway 
Carroll William B., (John Carroll & Co.) dwl 437 

Eddy 
Carron Edward, dwl 538 Howard 
Carrusk W., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Carruthers George, carpenter and builder, Clara 

Lane, dwl E s Yerba Bueua nr Clay 
Carruthers John, driver with Marden & Mynck, 

dwl 802 Jackson 
Carsen Paul, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Carsens Frederick, ( Volckers & C.J dwl 15 Second 
Carson Bernard, engraver with J. W. Tucker &- 

Co., dwl 5 Howard Court 
Carson Charles, ass't engineer P. M. S. S. Colorado 
Carson Charles, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Carson Christian, sailmaker, dwl 2204 Taylor 
Carson David, laborer, dwl 606 Third 
Carson E. O., cutter with Kowalsky & Co., dwl 

236 Sutter 



I Carson Henry, express wagon, dwl E s Eighth bet 
Folsoni and Harrison 

Carson Henry W., varnisher with Goodwin & Co., 
dwl 261 5' Jessie 

Carson James G., notary public, office with Priugle 
& Priugle, 636 Clay, dwl 503 Bryant 

Carson John, liquor saloon, junction San Jos6 and 
Ocean House roads 

Carson John B., clerk with Pringle & Pringle, dwl 
Howard Court 

Carson John K., dwl 7 Xatoma 

Carson M. N., carpenter, dwl NE cor Van Ness 
Avenue and Broadway 

Carson William, (Dolbcer & C.J res Eureka, Hum- 
boldt Bay 

Carson William, clerk with Titcomb & Williams, 
dwl 623 Ellis 

Carson William, plasterer, dwl 63 Tehama 

Carsons Henry, cartman, dwl S s Water bet Mason 
and Taylor 

Carss Robert, butcher, dwl 51 Louisa, rear 

Carsten Frederick, groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Bush and Dupont 

Carstens Charles, clerk with J. Hasshasen, dwl 
226 Minna 

Carstens Frederick, laborer, dwl N s Union bet 
Sansom and Battery 

Carsteusen Carson, gardener, 415 O'Farrell 

Carstensen Julius, clerk with Henry Fiege, dwl SE 
cor Sixth and Clementina 

Carstensen Louis, barkeeper Gem Saloon, cor Stew- 
art and Folsom 

Carstensen Peter A., laborer California Sugar Re- 
finery, dwl cor Eighth and Bryant 

Carstairs' John H., clerk SE cor Seventh and 
Brannan 

Carswell George W., drayman 208 California, dwl 
508 Hayes 

Carswell J. D. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 20 San 

Carswell John D., printer with Frank Eastman, 
dwl 20 Sinsom 

Carter Abraham, bookkeeper S. F. Gas Co., dwl 
445 Bryant 

Carter B., carpenter, dwl 438 Hayes 

Carter Bernard B., seaman, dwl o42 Howai'd 

Carter C. Miss, teacher, dwl 320 Ellis 

Carter Charles C, sea captain, dwl 238 Stewart 

CARTER CHARLES D.,real estate, publisher Real 
Estate Circular, and president Industrial School, 
office 410 California, dwl 1307 Taylor 

Carter Charles E., clerk U. S. Naval Rendezvous, 
dwl 850 Market 

Carter Charles H., paperhanger with M. English, 
dwl 1210 Folsom 

Carter Edward, clerk with Commodore Rogers Car- 
ter, dwl cor Market and Stockton 

Carter Frederick S., clerk with Sherwood vfe Free- 
born, dwl SE cor Post and Leavenworth 

Carter George, deckhand C. S. Nav. Co.'s steamer 
Helen Hensley 

Carter George, laborer, dwl 37 Frederick 

Carter George, longshoreman, dwl NE cor Battery 
and Green 

Carter George W., carpenter with Amos R. Nichols, 
dwl 2105 Jones 

Carter George R., ( Treadwell & Co. J res New York 

Carter Henry, stevedore, dwl 551 Stevenson 

Carter James, cabinetmaker with Goodwin & Co., 
dwl Duncan Court 

Carter James, carpenter, dwl SW cor Clay and 
Jones 

Carter James, hostler with John Kenney, dwl 724 
Union 

Carter James A., millwright, dwl 1 Garden 

Carter J. C, dwl 636 Commercial 

Carter J. C, commodore U. S. Navy, office room 4 
Government Buildinsj, dwl 850 Alarket 

Carter J. F., dwl 118 Fourth 

Carter John, bookkeeper, dwl 610 Leavenworth 



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Carter John, steward with RusseU & Hall, dwl 76 

Je8^'ie 
Carter John, workman M. & P. Woolen Mills 
Carter Joiin C , sexton First Baptist Church, dwl 

838 VViisliinfiton 
Carter .IhIju T., bookkeeper with S. A. Sanderson, 

dwl ■■i2{) I'll lis 
Carter .Joliii W.. bookkeeper with R. & J. Morton, 

dwl :W0 KIlis 
Carter J. S., ciirjienter. H. C. Leagne, 25 Post 
Curler Martin, caipenter with Langland& Cameron, 

dwl 1707 Market 
Carter Mvion C, dr.ij-man with Arraes & Dallam, 

dwl 6>i Howard 
Carter Peter, liookkeeper, dwl 1213 Kearny 
Carter Ricli.ird, lahorer with J. U. Kemp 
Carter Richard W., assistiint slioeshop Indnetrial 

Siliool, c)ld Ocean House Road 5 miles from 

Citv Hall 
CARTER ROBERT W., real estate and money 

broker, 713 Montj-oniery dwl 1022 Larkin 
Carter T. J., Miss, assi^lant te;iclier Fourth Street 

Priuiuy School, dwl 3J0 Ellis 
Carter T. S!, carpenter, dwl 2^ Clementina 
Carter Walter, deik, dwl 10 Hubbard 
Carter William H., (colored) porter with G. H. 

Howard, dwl !) Bernard 
Carter Williiiin W., bookkeeper with Wilson & 

Stevens, dwl 20.) Kearny 
Cartlicut James L.. (L. N. Handy Sf Go.) dwl 27 

Stone 
Cartier Alarjraret Jlrs., laundry, G40 Broadway 
Cartniell MaiKaret JMis., dressmaker, 179 Jessie 
Cirto Cliailes K., carpenter, dwl 349 Hayes 
Carton James E., actor Pacific Melodeon, dwl Dunn 

Allev near Kearnv 
Cartwi^lit David, teamster with G. B. & I. H. 

Kiiowles, dwl N s Howard bet Stewart and 

Spear 
Cartwrifilit Thomas, captain schooner Charlotte, 

dwl :23 Vir-una 
Cavtwriirlit Thomas, potter, 113 Front 
Oarty James, dwl 72 Natoma 
Carty Jiilm, laboier witii J. B. Kemp 
Carty Paul, local policemaT, dwl 402 Greenwich 
Carty Stephen, longshoreman, dwl 74 Tehama 
Caity Williaiii S., carragemaker with Fred W. 

Miller, dwl 421 Fourth 
Carvalho Charles T., interpreter Chinese, Police 

Court, oltice 28 Court Block, dwl 1120 Howard 
Carver Benjamin F., bailiff U. S. District Court, 

room .i ij. S. Court Building? 
CarviU Aluion D., clerk with' Pollard & Carvill, 

dwl 2-.M0'Karrell 
Carvill Orrin S.. fJ'ollard 4- C.J res Virginia City 
Cary Brid/et Miss, washerwoman, dwl S s Bran- 
nan bet Seventh and Geneva 
Cary Eus/ene W., I'oremau upholsterer with Good- 
Win &L Co., dwl 375 Minna 
Cary Isaac G., (colored) ( tiusand & C.) dwl 921 

Wa-.hingt()n 
Cary James C, attorney at law, 507 Montgomery, 

dwl XE cor C.iestiiutand Leavenwoith 
Cary John, porter, 213 Front, dwl N s Market 

near Franklin 
Cary fiewis A., lampmanufacturer, 10 Stevenson, 

dwl '..3 Orand Avenue 
Cary Michael, cartman. dwl 8 Everett 
Cary Mori is, shoemaker, dwl SE cor Vallejo and 

M'lntgomery 
Cary Nicholas, carpenter, dwl 217 Broadway 
Cary S. IJ., br.)ker, dwl cor Baker and Grove 
Cary Thomas, laborer, dwl 21 Anna 
Cai'y William H., lampmaker with L. A. Cary, dwl 

23 (Jrand Avenue 
Cary. — See Carey 

Casamajou Auguste, cook with Finance & Laronch 
Casanova Hein-v, f F. Daneri & Co.) dwl SW cor 

Jones and Union 



Casar William, dwl S s Seventeenth bet ? 

and Valencia 
Casas F. B. delivery clerk S. F. Postoffice, dwl 

1009 Powell 
Case Elijah, real estate, dwl Railway Avenue near 

Bay View Park 
Case G. Albert, merchant, dwl Railroad Avenue 

near Bay View Park 
Case George A., j.ibwagon. Pine and Montgomery, 

dwl 1G06 Lai'kin ' 
Case George J., teamster with M. P. Sessions, dwl 

14 Cleveland 
Case Joseph D., freight assent Alameda Railroad 

Ct)., dwl S 8 Twenty. fifth near C;i.stro 
Case S. R., carpenter, dwl Intfrnational Hotel 
CASEBOLT GEORGE T. &. CO., fjacoh D. Gnsie- 

to/<y importers and dealers hardwood, lumber, 

and w:igon m itcrials, 24 and 2G Beale 
Casebol.t George T., fGcn. T. UascbuU & Co.) dwl 

SVV cor First and Fol.sr)m 
CA'&E^OhT (H,nryj&, KVMU,J Dnvid) csiV and 

carriage mninifactorv, SWcor Market and Fiftli 
Casebolt \Uwy , fCnaehoU, & Kerr) Avi\ 1 108 Grant 
Casebolt Ira J.", blacksrailh with Albert Folsom, dwl 

720 Tehama 
Casebolt Jacob D., (George T. Casebolt. & Co.) 

dwl 215 Stevenson 
Caselli Alexander, with Pioche &, Bayerqne, dwl 

754 Washington 
Caselli. — See Casselli 

Caselow James, laborer, dwl Greenwich nr Filbert 
Casement, William K., conductor N. B. & M. Rail- 
road, d will Miller Place 
Casendrew John, cook P. M. S. S. China 
Casewell H., dwl G02 Grove 
Casey Bridget Miss, dressmaker, dwl 308 Minna 
Casey Bridget, (widow) dwl 941 Byant 
Casey Christopher, laborer with W. E. Bridge, dwl 

236 Sutter 
Casey D.iniel, halter, dwl 322 Third 
Casey Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Hinckley bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Casey Daniel, woodturner with Brown & Wells, 

dwl cor Dale and Tyler 
Casey Daniel J., fKciiiiy & G.) dwl Washington 

Avenue bet Ninth and Tenth 
Casev Edward, laborer, dwl 215 Broadway 
Casey Edward W., clerk, dwl 1206 Suiter 
Casey Eugene M., plumber with T. O'Malley 
Casey Frank, poller with Cox &. Nichols, dwl W s 

Guerrero nr Quinn 
Casey Frank, shoemaKer, bds S s Oak nr Van Ness 

Avenue 
Casey Hannah (widow) dwl 401 Leavenworth 
C^asey Hugh, tailoi', 207 Fourtli, dwl 253 Clementina 
Cii^^y J-M\K&. f Bnrtlirop & C^dwl O'FarreU bet 

Jones and Leavenwinih 
Casey James, boarding stables, S a Howard bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth, dwl cor Mission and 

Fourteenth 
Casey James, contractor, dwl SE cor Fourteenth 

and f^Iissioii 
Casey James, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Casey James, porter, dwl 27 Jessie 
Casey James, washer with A. W. iMay, dwl 27 Jessie 
Casev James B., carpenter, dwl 76 Clementina 
Casey John, bootmaker U. W. M. B. &. S. Co., 

dwl 14 Sumner 
Casey John, coppersmith with Thomas Reynolds, 

dwl W 8 Salmon l)et Taylor and Mason 
Casey John, cnrrier, dwl E s Clinton bet Brannan 

and Townsend 
Casey John, niilkman, dwl Old San Job6 Road bet 

Thirtieth and Day 
Casey John, morticer with Mech. Mill <fc M. Co., 

(iwl 143 Natoma 
Casey John, policeman City Hall, dwl 531 Howard 
Casev John, stevedore, Lumber Slev. Association, 

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Casey John, teamster with Staiiyan &, Co., dwl 214 

Austin 
Casey .J">se;>li. tailor, dwl 203 Tehama 
Casey K.ite Miss, assistant teacher Pine aud Larkin 

Street. School, dwl W s Polk nr Jacksou 
Casey Kateiiiie.dwl 208 Third 
Ca.sey iMar<raret (widow) dwl Ws Salmon nr Pacific 
Casey Maiiin, ialxirer, dwl XE cor Jessie and Sixth 
CaseV Michael, carpenter, dwl 1226 Bush 
Casey Michael, c;kh< New York H ikery, 620 Kearny 
Casey Michael, lahorer with J. B. Kemp 
Casey Owen, carpenter, dwl S 8 Harrison bet Eighth 

:ind Cliesley 
Casev Owen, express wagon, dwl N a Bryant bet 

Dora and Eighth 
Casey P.itrick, coilpasser P. M. S. S. Constitution 
Casey Patrick, driver with li. T. Maxwell, dwl 13.') 

Kearny 
Casev Paiii'jk, jrasfitter with J. K. Prior 
Casey Patrick, lahoier S. F. & P. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl E s Nevada near Folsom 
CASEY (Patrick J.J & \)'ADE, fPhiUp W.J 

house and sign painters, 7J.5 Market 
Casev Patrick J., (Cosey Sf IVndeJ dwl 270 Clem 
Casey Philip, linsinith with T. Corey, dwl Empire 

House 
Casey l{ichard, carpenter, dwl 53.5 Stevenson 
Casev Thomas, deputy superintendent streets, dwl 

217 Third 
Casey Thomas F. Jr., tinsmith with Freeman & 

Wrin, dwl 253 Clementina 
Casey Thomas J., bookkeeper with W. C. Budd, 3.36 

Montgomery 
Casey William, carpenter, dwl 311 Clementina 
Casey William, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Casey William, local policeman. City Hall 
Casey William, porter. Occidental Hotel 
Cash James, hoilermaker, dwl 34 Minna 
Cash Josepli, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Cash O. P.. cirpenter, dwl New Alaska Hotel 
CASH THOM.AS .M., f Hagar & Co. J dwl 737 Pine 
Cashell Frank, laborer, dwl N s Broadway nr 

Keaii.y 
Cashin Benjamin, laborer with John Henderson, 

dwl S s Vallejonr Montgomery 
Cashin Uennis, lal)orer S. F. Gas Co 
Cashin J.imes D., boiiermakei-, dwl 27Ritch, rear 
Cashin Thomas, hostler with Richard Dawliug, dwl 

364 Natoma 
Cashm.in Dennis, laborer, dwl 8 Silver 
Cashman Ellen Miss, boarding, 336 Fifth 
Cashman James, mariner, dwl 116 Washington 
Cashman John F., clerk, dwl 905 Howard 
Cashman Maui ice, shipwright. Ship Ass., Barra's 

Hall 
Cashman Michael, liostler with Peter A. Finigan, 

dwl 24i» Clara 
Cashmau Micliael, ironmolder Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 9:)5 Howard 
Cashman P.itrick H., painter with Donovan & Con- 
way, (Iwl9;i5 Howard 
Cashman Theodore J., machinist Vulcan Iron Works, 

dwl 9.15 Howard 
Cashman Willi.im, roofer with John Kehoe, dwl 225 

Bush 
Cashmau William, sliipcarpenter, dwl 26 Rincon PI 
Cashman William F., merchant, dwl 415 Minna 
C;asino John, f.irmer, nr Bay View Park 
Casity Robert, bricklayer. B. Pro. Ass., 751 Market 
Caskel S. & Co., f William IVo/f.ioknJ importers 

and jobbers clothing. 212 Sansom 
Caskel S., fS. Caskel & Cc.yresNew York 
Casminer John, nurse City and County Hospital, SW 

cor Stockton and Francisco 
Casner Jonas, manufacturer cigars, dwl 1 Chelsea 

Place 
Casner William, sliipcarpenter, dwl SW cor Ten- 
nessee and Solano 
Casper Peter, shoemaker, dwl 77 Stevenson, rear 



Casper Samuel, tailor with Isaac Rosenbaum, 124 

Suiter 
Cass Philip, laborer, dwl Gilbert bet Sixth and 

Seventh 
Cass Richard, cartman,dwl Ritch bet Brannan and 

Townseiid 
Cass William, carpenter, dwl SE cor First and 

Folsom 
Cassadv .lohn, coachman with J. C. Morrison, dwl 

318 Tehama 
Cassan Hijipolite, janitor Mechanics' Institute Li- 

br.iry, i;9 Post 
Cassans Henry, expressman, SW cor Kearny and 

Geary, dwl Eighth bet Folsom and Harrison 
Cassara Peter, game, poultry, and eggs, 503 Sansom 
Cassehohm Fiank. driver Central R. R., dwl cor 

Sutter aud Lyon 
Cassehohm William, with Morris Speyer, dwl 

Franks Building 
Cassel Ciiaries, engineer, dwl 14 Freelon 
Cassell Joseph F., bricklayer, dwl 4J Clementina 
Casselli V., peddier, cor Broadway and Sansom 
Casselii. — See Caselli 
Casselman fJ. R.J &l Lampman, (GrauvilleJ liquor 

saloon, 728 Pacilic 
Casseily Eugene, attorney at law and U. S. Senator, 

office 436 California 
Casserly Francis, seaman, dwlll6 Stewart 
Casserly M., haruessmaker, E 8 Valencia bet Six- 

teeiith and Seventeenth 
Casserly Michael, blacksmith Dry Dock, dwl Hunt- 
er's Point 
Casserly Patrick, proprietor Tremont House, 420 

Jackson 
Casserly Robert, bricklayer, dwl 513 Mission 
Cassessia Carlos, lodgings, 517 Union 
Gassey Thomas, bricklayer, Bricklayers' Protective 

Association, 751 Market 
Cassiily Ciiaries, inaehine hand with L. &. E. Eman- 
uel, dwl 224 Fourth 
Cassidy Edw.ird, butcher with W. D. Litchfield, 

dwl 828 California 
CASSIDY EDWARD, liquor saloon, SE cor Third 

and Mission, ilwl 30 Everett 
Cassidy Francis, sliipcarpenter, dwl 25 Natoma 
C.issidy John, expressman, dwl 25 Everett 
Cassidy John, steward, dwl Crescent Avenue bet 

San Jose and San Bruno roads 
Cassidy John C, steward Pacilic Cuib, dwl 548 

Jessie 
Cassidv John T., conductor N. B. &, M. Railroad, 

dwl 3J5 Fourth 
Ca.?sidy Mary, (widow) dwl 28 Post 
Cassidy M iggie, machine operator with Buckingham 

& Hecht, dwl 122 Geary 
Cassidy Michael, Railroad House, Hunter's Point 

nrDry Dock 
Cassidy Patiick, laborer, dwl 759 Folsom 
Cassidy Petei-, carpenter, dwl 709 Valli-jo 
Cassidy Philip, drayman, dwl E s Gilbert near 

Brannan 
Cassidy Richard, seaman, dwl 23 Natoma 
Cassidy Robert, bz"icklayer, dwl 511 Mission 
Cassidy Thomas, shipcarpenter, dwl 25 Natoma 
Cassidv William, shipcarpenter, dwl 17 Minna 
Cassie' .Michael, laborer, dwl 597 Mission 
Cassie William, engineer with Eiseu Bros., dwl cor 

Haiglit and Lyon 
Cassin Dennis, laborer, dwl 606 Third 
CASSIN F. & P. J., wholesale wines and liquors 

and rectifiers. 523 Front 
Cassin Francis, {F. & P. J. Cnasin) dwl 316 Jessie 
Cassiu Isaac, plumber, dwl W s Washington Ave- 
nue nr Precita 
Cassin Isaac, stevedore, Lnmb. Stev. Association, 

Barra's Hall 
Cassiu Martin, bootfitter, dwl 249 Clementina 
Cassin Mary F., teacher music and languages, 316 
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Cassin Patrick, laborer, dwl cor Mission and Fair 

Avenue 
Cassin Peter, barkeeper witli Thomas Katon, lUvl 

E 8 Valencia bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Cassin Peter J., (F. .S- P- J- Cassinj dwl 938 How 
Cassio Joseph, bootblack with Authes & Fleisch- 

mann, dwl 4 Quincy 
Cassou Gtistavns, lauiidryman, dwl NW cor Dolores 

and Seventeenth 
Cassoii Peter i!t Co., (Thomax Bariellea ) imWrzwch, 

San Bruno Road live miles from City Hall 
Cassou Peter, real estate af;ent, office 206 Mont.t{otn- 

ery. dwl 8J0 Washington 
Castadello Jo., mnsician, dwl 22 Lafayette Place 
Castattnet Dominic, groceries and liquors, 1115 

Dnpont 
Castagnino L., carpenter and builder, 427 Filbert 
Castaguino Manuele, carpenter and builder, 905 and 

907 Green 
Castafieda Jesus, dwl 916 Jackson 
Castel Francis, furniture, dwl 607 Dupont 
Castelhun Frederick J., attorney at law, ofiice 607 

KcHrny, dwl 411 Jessie 
Castell GeoVge C, assistant engineer U. S. A. Q. M. 

stm Newbern 
Castell Jacob, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Castellano Mary Mrs., laundry, 928 Pacific 
Castellauo Peter, dwl S\V corner Pac and Virginia 
Castelli Roger, physician, office and dwl 413 Kearny 
Castello Antonio, (C. McCormick Jj- Co.) dwl Zoe 

nr Bryant 
Castello H. C, bookkeeper, dwl 26 Stone 
Castello John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Castello Michael, conductor Omnibus R. R 
Castello N., carpenter, dwl cor Minna and Fourth 
Castello William, confectioner with Charles H.Mer- 
cer, 518 Kearny 
Caster Hermann, driver S. F. Stock Brewery, dwl 

2012 Powell 
Castera Charles &, G. Constant, hairdressers and 

wigmakers, 724 Wa.shinirton 
Castera Charles, (C. Caateraa/td G. ConstantJ dv\\ 

S 8 Grove bet Gougli and Octavia 
Castersen O. F., seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Caslillio Reyes, laundryman, dwl 1309 Stockton 
Castis Nicholas, fruits, "846 Washington 
CASTLE BROTHERS, (Michael Castle) whole- 
sale gi'oceries and provisions, 213 and 215 Front 
Castle Charles, engineer Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

14 Freelon 
Castle Frederick L., merchant, office 21-5 Front 
Castle John G., shipcarpeuter, dwl 906 Vallejo 
Castle Max, laborer, dwl 515 Sacramento 
Castle iMichael, (CaMe Bros.) dwl 621 OFarrell 
Castle Stephen, boatman, Vallejo Street Wharf, dwl 

NW cor Powell and Francisco 
Castle Stephen W., f Castle, Denanny Sf Yeazcll) 

dwl N W cor Vallejo and Jlontgomery 
CASTLE, z' 6". W.) DENANNY r./oA«y & YEA- 

Vi^lA^, (A. //.; dry goods, 70G and 708 Mont 
Castle Thomas, seaman, dwl 110 Stewart 
Castle Tract Homestead Association, office 407 Cal 
Castner Ciiarles A., sparmaker, dwl S\V cm- Illinois 

and Napa 
Castor John, confectioner with E. A. Eugelberg, 416 

Kearny 
Castorena Jesus, billiardraaker, 817 Montgomery, 

dwl 1302 Powell 
Castro Clorinda Miss, dwl 833 Bush 
Castro Juanna Mrs., dwl 539 Vallejo 
Castro Manuel, dwl Portsmouth House 
Casulo G. B., vegetable dealer, dwl cor Laguna and 

Filbert 
CASVELL (William) &, CO., (A. \V. Isham) 

restaurant, SE cor Mission and Stewart 
Casvell William, (Oasvell d (Jo. J dwl N s Bryant 

bet First and Fremont 
Caswell (Alfred M.) & Co., wholesale dealers 

fruits and produce, 209 Washington 



Caswell E. E. Mrs., millinery, 10 Montgomery 
Caswell George E., bookkeeper, dwl 22 Mont 
Caswell William, dwl 231 Second 
Catalinic John, barkeeper, dwl SE cor Broadway 

and Dupont 
Catania Joseph, fish, 3!> Washington Market, dwl 

435 Pine 
Cat^^inich Peter, fruits, etc., 603 Davis 
Catariu Julius, waiter, dwl 907 Vallejo 
Cate Joseph B., cabinetmaker with VV. G. Weir, dwl 

1122 Howard 
Catechi John, cigars and fruit, 204 Second 
Caten J., cigarmaker, dwl 507 Mission 
Cater William, joiner, dwl New Atlantic Hotel 
Cates A. B., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Cathcart Alfred B., clerk, 305 San. dwl .527 How 
Cathcart James, cooper, dwl S s Filbert nr Sansom 
Cathcart Maurice, clogdanner, dwl 17 Anna 
Cathcart William, captain barkentine Jane A. Falk- 

enburg. dwl 527 Howard 
Cathcart William S., mariner, dwl 921 Pacific 
Cathenoz A., cook, 102 Sixth 
Gather William J., machinist with G. T. Pracy, 

dwl 29 Minna 
Catinel Joseph, restanrant, 1032 Kearny 
Catlin PercivalH. & Co., /^P/c.<to« WoodsJ fvmXs, 

13 Fourth 
Catlin Percival, (Percival H. Catlin & Co.J 13 

Fourth 
Callow Joseph, painter with Frost & Richards, dwl 

312 Tehama 
Caton George R., local policeman, dwl Brennan PI 
Caton Johni laborer, bds 23 Vallejo 
Caton Manuel, cook New Wisconson Tlot^l, 41 1 Pac 
Caton Owen, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Caton Thomas, formcarrier with Francis & Valen- 
tine, dwl Adams House 
Caton Thomas, boots and shoes, NE cor Valencia 

and Sixteenth 
Caton Thomas, shoemaker, dwl E a Valencia bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Cator Francis, stevedore, dwl 163 Silver 
Catrell Edwin, bricklayer. Bricklayers' Protective 

Association, 751 Market 
Cattarina Emanuel J., porter 119 Sutter, dwl 626 

California 
Catterall Thomas, carpenter, dwl 736 Market 
Catton Frederick R., clerk with Falkner, Bell & 

Co., dwl 1417 Taylor 
Catton John C, broker, dwl 1417 Tavlor 
Catton William McN., clerk with Dickson, DeWolf 

& Co., dwl 1417 Taylor 
Cattusich Antonio, witli D. Marslech, dwl SE cor 

Filbert and Battery 
Catuect John, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
CAUCASIAN AND WORKINGMAN'S JOUR- 
NAL, Michael Fennell editor and proprietor, 

office 625 Merchant 
Caudle Margaret Miss, seamstress with Kerby, 

Byrne & Co., dwl 20 Siaiifnrd Place 
Canghiin John, engineer, dwl 10 ('alliouii 
Caultield John, shoemaker, dwl 23'l Suiter 
Caultield Patrick, boilermaker with McAfee, Spiers 

& Co 
Caulis Wilbert, shoemaker with Kowalsky &, Co., 

dwl cor Sixteenth and Folsom 
Causie S. P., agent, dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 
Cautres Daniel, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Cavaguaro Francisco, shoemaker, 1419 Stockton 
Cavalletti Charles, lishdealer, 37 San Francisco Mar- 
ket, dwl Greenwich nr Dnpont 
Cavalli Andrea, machinist, 620 Commercial, dwl 

1030 Dupont 
CAVALLIER J. B. E., stock broker, president San 

Francisco Board Brokers, and Supervisor 

Eighth Ward, office 509 California, dwl 521 

Post 
Cavallier Jules P., clerk with J. B. E. Cavallier, 
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Cavan George, bliipjoiner, dwl 913 Union 

Cavan James D., tnilhimn California Mills, dwl 612 

Howard 
Cavanagh Daniel, liquor saloon, SE cor Fifth and 

Clara 
Cavanagh Frank, porter with Kelly, Walsh & Co , 

dwl 33 Natonia 
Cavanagh .Janies, coal passer P. M. S. S. Colorado 
Cavanaijh James, stonecutter, dwl NW cor Geary 

and Cemetery Avenue 
Cavanagh Jolni, wood carver with Bryant tfc Stra- 

han, dwl 33 Natoraa 
Cavanagh John D., bricklayer, dwl 417 Stevenson 
Cavanagh Mathew, laborer, dwl 33 Natoma 
Cavanagh Michael, gardener, dwl W s Bryant bet 

Twenty Hfih and Twenty-sixth 
Cavanagh Morris, laborer, dwl 274 Jessie 
Cavanagh Patrick, carriagepainter, dwl 201 Fourth 
Cavanagh Patrick, drayman with Turner & Harvey, 

dwl 1511 Larkin 
Cavanagh Richard, dwl S s Union bet San and Bat 
Cavanagh Richard, laborer N. B. & M. R. R 
Cavanagh Thomas, calker, E s Harrison bet Twen- 
ty fourth and Twenty-tifth 
Cavanaugh James, shoemaker, dwl 41(i Pacific 
Cavanaugh James, stonecutter, Stone Cutlers' Asso- 
ciation, 751 Market 
Cavanaugh J. J. R., painter with Wason & Morris, 

dwl 44 Minna 
Cavanaugh Nathaniel, laborer, dwlNW cor Fillmore 

and Pacific 
Cavanaugh. — See Kavanagh 
Cavarly J. M., captain P. M. S. S. Great Republic 
Cavarly Joseph, quartermaster P. M. S. S.Colorado 
Cavelli Manto, dwl N s Noble Alley 
Caven D. L., driver Russ House Coaches 
Caverly Ann, (widow) furnished rooms, 1103 Mont 
Caverly John H., liquor saloon, 815 Battery 
Cawley Edward H., porter with William McColl, 

dwl 27 Clementina 
Cawley John, clerk, dwl 206 Ritch 
Cayberg Felix, boxmaker with Kelton, Dunbar & 

Co., dwl Lil)ertv ur Valencia 
Cayuga Chief M. Co., (White Pine) office 302 Mont 
Cazac Paul, salesman, 633 Clay, dwl 1110 Clay 
Cazetta Rosa, (widow) dressmaker, E s Union" Place 

near Green 
Cazneari Augusta Mrs., dwl 1601 Dupont 
CAZNEAU'THOMAS N., Despacheur, office 321 

California, dwl E s Tiiirteeuth bet Howard and 

Mission 
Cecil John, bookkeeper Sailors' Home, SWcorVal- 

lejo and Battery 
Cecile Madame, French hairdresser, 323^ Dupont 
Cederbloom John 8., boilermaker Vulcau Iron 

Works, dwl S s Hyde bet Union and Green 
Cederholm Caroline Mrs., herb physician, 31 Com- 
mercial, rear 
Cederholm J. Peter, carpenter, dwl 516 Mission 
Cehender George, groceries and liquors, N e Market 

bet Franklin and Gough 
Ceis John, shoemaker, dwl 2 Scotland 
C^lerier A., liquor saloon, 932 Dupont 
Cella Lucas, dwl S s Oak bet Gough and Octavia 
Celle Giacomo, cook 105 California Market 
Celle John B., paper-boxmaker with Max Waiz- 

man, dwl 5 Margaret Place 
Celler Michael, finuiiture, dwl 768 Howard 
Cellier Arthur, machinist with Isaac fl. Small, dwl 

211 Stevenson 
Celter Barney, laborer, dwl W e Pierce nr Eddy 
Center Davi'd, clerk with .John Center, dwl W s 

Folsom bet Twentieth||and Twenty-tirst 
Center James, dwl W s Howard bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
CENTER JOHN, real estate.office 16 Montgomery 

Block, dwl NW cor Folsom and Sixteenth 
Center John Jr., salesman with R. A. Swain & 

Co., dwl 627 Post 



Centlivre Frank, hackman.dwl 619 Mission 
Central House, John J. Brady proprietor, 811 and 

816 Sangf)m 
Central Pacific Homestead Association, office 422 

Montgomery 
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD CO., Leland 

Stanford president, E. II. Miller Jr., secretary, 

office 415 California 
CENTRAL RAILROAD, office 116 Taylor 
Central S. M. Co., (Virginia, Nev.) office 419 Cal 
Cereghino Antonio, dwl E s Margaret Place 
Cereghino Giovanni, boarding, 14 Union Place 
Cereghino Joseph, laborer with Joseph Cordano, 

dwl 14 Union Place 
Cerelli fSebastianoJ & Raffo, (G. £.J liquor saloon, 

525 Sansom 
Cerelli Sebastiano, {Cerelli & Raffo) dwl W s 

Vincent 
Cerf J. &. Co., ( Alphonge Dennery) importers crock- 
ery, glassware, lamps, etc., 515 Market 
Cerf Jules, (J. Cerf & Co.) dwl 716 Post 
Cerf Julia, ^widow) lodgings, 1311 Stockton 
Cerf Leon, bookkeeper with Charles Dahlman & 

Co., dwl 18 Harriet 
Cerf Moses, fof 1. Blum & Co., San Lvis Obispo, 

and Blochman & C.J office 220 Sansom, dwl 

1203 Sutter 
CERINI FRANK, bottles and bags, 207 Davis, 

dwl 455 Tehama 
Cermonet George, porter C. Gailhard's Hotel, 507 

Pine 
Cerns David, engineer Pacific Rolling Mill, dwl S 

s Shasta bet Georgia and Michigan 
Cerribos Deciderio, cigarmaker with Diez Bros., dwl 

25 Hincklev 
CERRUTI GIOVANNI B., Consul for Italy, office 

and dwl 1415 Powell 
Cevasco G. B., fC. Dondero & Co.) dwl 408 Val- 

lejo 
Cevasco Inpolito, wine saloon, 538 VaUejo 
Cliabot Reme, office 204 Montgomery, res Oakland 
Chace George, carpenter, dwl 'i6 Louisa 
Chace H. P., messenger Custom House, dwl SW 

cor Montgomery and Clay 
Chace James A., carpenter, dwl 1121 Powell 
Chace Nathaniel, clerk with Mitchell & Bell, dwl 

Downey bet Bryant and Brannan 
Chace. — See Chase 

Chadbourne C. F., baker with Thomas J. Chad- 
bourne, dwl 1414 Dupont 
Chadbourne Joseph, steam cracker bakery, S s Or- 
egon bet Front and Davis, office 441 Jackson, 

res Centerville, Alameda County 
Chadbourne Joshua, (Rider, Somcrs & Co.) res 

Warm Springs Landing, Alameda County 
Chadbourne Levi, clerk with John Burnap, clwl 420 

Leavenworth 
Chadliourne Thomas J., Eclipse Bakery 1412-1420 

Dupont, office NE cor Davis and Sacramento, 

dwl 208 Turk 
Chadd Richard, printer, Eureka Typo. Rooms, 539 

Washington 
Chadwick Charles, bookkeeper with B. C. Horn & 

Co., dwl 841 Harrison 
Chadwick Elizabeth B., Mrs., furnished rooms, 102 

Eddv 
Chadwick Joseph L., salesman with B. C. Horn & 

Co., dwl 841 Harrison 
Chadwick Nathaniel G., carpenter, dwl 1426 Pine 
Chadwick Nathaniel M., helper with Hobbs, Gil- 
more &, Co., dwl 167 Minna 
Chadwick Sampson G., waiter Delmonico Restau- 
rant, dwl 88 Stevenson 
Chaffee Charles, barkeeper 718 Kearny 
Chaffee H. M., carpenter P. M. S. S. Constitution 
Chaignaud Franeois, merchant tailor, 806 Clav, dwl 

819 Stockton 
Chaigueau Alfred, printer with P. Biesta, dwl 610 

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Chai<i:neau Paul, pressman Alta Job Office, dwl 610 

Lombard 
Cbai-ineau Victor, miller Genesee Mills, dwl 610 

Lombard 
Cbaiii Tbomiis, Mazeppa Saloon , 6:5.3 Pacific 
Chaine Jacfines, lanmlrv, 711 Vallejo 
Chalk M., port«r C. S. Xav. Co., eteamer Antelope 
Chalk Mountain Blue Gravel Co., Nevada County, 

Califonna, office 37 Merchaiitb' Exchange 
Chalkei- B. F.. canvasser, dwl 632 Green 
Clmllenge Soap Works, S s Oregon nr Davis 
Chaliiol George, tailor, dwl 437 Union 
Chalmers A. B. Miss, assistant teacher Pine and 

Larkin Street School, dwl 743 Pine 
Chalmers Agues Miss, assistant teacher Union Gram- 
mar School, dwl Jackson nr Hyde 
Chalmers A. J., waiter P. M. S. S" Golden City 
Chalmers Andrew, laborer with Hobbs, Gilmore & 

Co., dwl 47 Minna 
Chalmers Grace Miss, assistant teacher Lincoln 

Grammar School, dwl 1407 Jackson 
Chalmers James C, photographer with Nahl Bros., 

dwl I'Ji Montgomery 
Chalmei-8 William, teamster 320 Front, dwl 1311 

Pine 
Cbamark S., physician, dwl 507 Mission 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Washington Bart- 

lett secretary, rooms Merchants' Exchange 
Chamberlain A. G., finisher with I. M. Wentworth, 

dwl Haves nr Market 
Chamlierlaiu Albert, cjiroenter, dwl 7:20 Ellis 
CHAMBERLAIN CHARLES H., receiver U. S. 

Land Office, 506 Jackson, dwl E s Treat Avenue 

bet Twentv-tbird and Twenty-fourth 
Chamberlain Charlotte Mrs., furnished rooms, 10 

Elli.s 
Chamberlain Edward, carpenter, dwU'il Dupout 
Chamberlain Edwin W., carpenter with Mech. Mill 

and M. Co., dwl 505 Bush 
Chamberlain Heloise, (widow) boarding, 44 Third 
Chamberlain J. M., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Chamberlain John, dwl NE cor I)upout and 

Lombard 
Chamberlain Joseph C, hairdressing saloon, 163 

Second, dwl 117 Bush 
Chamberlain O. L., dwl Union Club 
Chamberlain Patrick, laborer, dwl Harriet nr Six- 
teenth 
Chamberlain Panl, painter with Wason &. Morris, 

dwl 763 Harrison 
Cliamberlain Phelps, physician and Burgeon, office 

and dwl 652 Market 
Chamherlain Thomas, carpenter, dwl Fifteenth 

Avenue bet P and Q South San Francisco 
Chamberlain William E., teacher theory department 

Pacific Business College, dwl Orleans Hotel 
Chamberl.iyiie Benjamin W., clerk with J. H. Jones 

&. Co., 434 California, dwl 907 Kearny 
Chamberlin Herbert, upholsterer with James W. 

Burnhiim & Co., 618 Market, dwl 546 Mission 
CHAMBERLIN ROMEO M., produce commission 

210 Clay, dwl 820 Bush 
Chamberlin William, {Anderson & C.) dwl 304 

Third 
Chamberlin William, deckhand, dwl 219 Folsom 
Chamberling W. T., bookkeeper, dwl 62 Natoraa 
Chambers Alexander J., bookkeeper with Riehn, 

Hemme & Co., dwl 227 Eightn 
Chambers Edward, sliipcarpenter, dwl 103 First 
Chambers George, messenger U. S. Surveyor Gen- 
eral's Office, dwl 311 Union, rear 
Chambers George L., clerk with H. K. Cummings 

&, Co., dwl 257 Perry 
Chambers George W., barkeeper C. S. Nav. Go's 

stm Julia 
Chambers G. W., carpenter, dwl 34 Ransch 
Chambers John, ciiplain schooner Sovereign, dwl 

NW cor Francisco and Stockton 
Chambers John, driver Central li;iilroad 



Chambers John, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
ChambeiB John E., butcher, dwl NE cor Brannan 

and Ninth 
Chambers Joseph, laborer with Cornelius O'Don- 

nell, dwl 765 Bryant 
Chambers Kate Mrs., (widow) dwl W s Gilbert bet 

Bryant and Brannan 
Chambers Maggie Mrs., dwl 224 Kearny 
Chambers Nora T. Miss, seamstress with Leopold 

Price, dwl Twelfth Av, South San Francisco 
Chambers Thomas, bamessmaker with William 

Cosbie & Brother, dwl 317 Bryant 
Chambers Thomas J. A., real estate, dwl 712 Green- 
wich 
Chambers Thomas Mrs., (widow) dwl W a Ken- 
tucky nr Humboldt 
Chambers William, harne.ssmaker with William 

Cosbie & Brother, dwl 317 Bryant 
Chambliu John L., merchant, dwl 211 Seventh 
Chamoro Louis, waiter, dwl SW cor Dupont and 

Broadway 
Champaigne Joseph, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 

Post 
Champion Brewery, Charles Broad proprietor, 1222 

Bush 
Champlin Calvin H., clerk, dwl 112 Perry 
Champlin J., foreman with I. M. Wentworth, dwl 

Turk nr Devisadero 
Champromis Jean, dwl SW cor Virginia Place and 

Broadway 
Chan Choa Tong, (Chinese) teacher of Chinese lan- 
guage, 722 Jackson 
Chan Ning Tuck Kee, (Chinese) drugs, 704 Dupont 
Chan Tin Phoey, (Chinese; physician, 748 Wash 
Chan William, sailmaker, dwl 112 Virginia 
Chandler Albert S., liquor saloon, 4^ Davis, dwl 

SE cor Montgomery and Broadway 
Chandler Andrew, dwr305 Kearny 
Chandler Augustus W., housepainter, E. H. League, 

Dashaway Hall 
Chandler Charles, California Theater Saloon, dwl 

10 Hampton Place 
Chandler Fannie P., (widow) dwl 26 Ellis 
Chandler F. R., waiter P. M. S. S. Constitution 
Chandler G. C, housepainter, E. H. League, Dash- 
away Hall 
Chandler Horatio, merchant, dwl 123 Dora 
Chandler James, steward with Charles Nivelles, 826 

Market 
Chandler J. L., agent, dwl 763 Mission 
Chandler Richard D., coal, 118 and 120 Pacific, dwl 

NW cor Bush and Kearny 
Chandler Robert H., pilot steamer Julia, dwl 539 

Stevenson 
Chandler Thomas, boarding, 504 and 506 Davis 
Chandler William S., seaman, dwl 726 Clementina 
CHANGE HOUSE, (or Stevenson's Building) SW 

cor Montgomery and California 
Chapell F., carpenter, dwl 507 Mission 
Chapell Henry, carpenter, dwl Howard House 
Chapham Thomas C, dwl 411 Sansom 
Chapin Charles A., clerk with George W. Ckapin, 

dwl 6 Harriet 
Chapin Connor, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Chapin D. D. Rev., rector St. Peter's Church, (Epis- 
copal) dwl NE cor Dupont and Lombard 
Chapin E. R., (widow) dwl 12 Park Avenue 
Chapin E. R., carpenter, dwl 12 Park Avenue 
CHAPIN GEORGE W., real estate agent, office 

338 Montgomery, dwl 950 Howard 
Chapius Bertha Madame, assistant teacher North 

Cosmopolitan School, dwl 2012 Taylor 
Chaplin George M., helper with Pacific Saw Manu- 
facturing Co., dwl cor Oak and Fillmore 
Chaplin James, ^i/bpe 4- Co. y dwl 716 Leavenworth 
Chaplin John, carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Chapman Adcott C., elk, dwl cor Market and Stock 
Chapman Andrew J., calker. Ship. C. Ass., Barra's 
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Chapman Caroline Misa, actress, dwl 629 I3iish 
Cliapinan C.vrus C, (J. & J. SpriiaiueJ dwl Occi- 
dental Hcitel 
Chapm;in Charles C, real estate, dwl .509 Stockton 
Chapman Charles D., teacher niufiic, dwl 509 Stock 
Chai)mau Clara VV. Mrs., dwl 812 Howard 
Chapman C. M. Mrs., ladies' hairdressiug saloon, 41 

Second 
Chapman Edward, bookkeeper, dwl 772 Mission 
Chapman V. H., boatswain P. M. S. S. Colorado 
Chapman Frederick, clerk with Napa Soda Co., dwl 

35S Brannan 
Chapman George W., clerk with Henry E. Baker, 

dwl New Atlantic Hotel 
Chapman Henry, bontfitter with Buckingham & 

Heclit, dwl W 6 Valencia bet Market and Miss 
Chapman Henry, furnished rooms, 318 Pine 
Chapman Heniy, jeweler with R. B. Gray & Co., 

dwl 527 Greenwich 
Chapman Henry, painter S. F. & San Jos6 R. R 
Chapman Howard, (^L*. A. Mncdonnld & Oo.y dwl 

E s Barilett bet Twenty Bfth and Twenty -sixth 
Chapman Ira H., engineer stm No. 2, S. F.F. D., 

dwl 412 Busii 
Chapman J. A., carpenter, H. C. League, 25 Post 
Chapman James, shipwright. Ship. Asb., Barra'sHall 
Chapman Leonard J., millwright, dwl 563 Mission 
Chapman Nathan, laborer Delmonico Restaurant 
Chapman Ralph J., expresswagon, 600 Market, dwl 

SE corner Steiner and Tyler 
Chapman Robert, carrier Alta California and Bulle- 
tin, dwl NW cor California and Devisadero 
Chapman (Thomas) & Carro, ^6'/«arZcsy contractors 

night work, 223 Sutter 
Chapman Thomas, (Chapman & Carro) dwl 423 

Pine 
Chapman William, barkeeper Lick Honse 
Chapman William, caipeuter, dwl 507 Mission 
Chapman William, clerk with Dewev & Co 
CHAPMAN WILLIAM S., real" estate dealer, 

oHice NW cor Sansom and Pine, dwl 18 Sherman 
CHAPMAN (William PF.y & G1VEN8, (Robert 

R.) real estate and business agents, off 402 

Montgomery 
Chapman William W., (Chapman & Givens) dwl 

1019 Hyde 
Chappell J. G., local policeman, dwl International 

Hotel 
Chappell Peter, liquor saloon, SW cor East and 

Commercial, dwl 736 Union 
Chappelle Louis, peddler, dwl E s Fair Oaks bet 

Twenty-tilth and Twenty-sixth 
CHAPUIS JOSEPH, proprietor California Hotel, 

SE cor Dupont and Commercial 
Chaqnette Docite, shoemaker, dwl 405 Natoma 
Chard George H., carpenter, dwl 163 Perry 
Charles Henry, laborer Selby's Smelting Works, dwl 

7 Hartniann 
Charles Heniy A., (Hnll & C.) dwl 721 Geary 
Chaiies Herman, peddler, dwl 410 Fourth 
Charles Isaac, peddler, dwl 1313 Stockton 
Charles Isidore, fancy dry goods, 153 Fourth 
Charles James, (colored) whitewasher, 787 Folsom 
Charles Sumner S. M. Co., (White Pine) office 37 

Merchants' Exchange 
Charlsen John, seaman, dwl 104 Stewart 
Charlton E. F., (colored) porter, dwl 12 Virginia 
Charlton George A., lumberman with John A. Ful- 
ton, dwl 308 Beale 
Cbarlo Francisco, liquor saloon, NE corner Drumm 

and Merchant 
Chariot Jules, ladies' hairdressiug saloon, 757 Clay 
Chiirmak M. Mrs., dwl 263 Stevenson 
Charonnat Ernest, collector, office 606 Merchant, 

dwl 819 Montgoraeiy 
Charotte Fran(;oi8, laborer, 531 Commercial, dwl 

517 Bush 
Cbarpiot Joseph, groceries, NE corner Powell and 

Green 



Charpiot Joseph, molder with Clerc &. Co., dwl 732 

Vallejo 
Charriere Matilda, (widow) dwl 713 Stockton 
Cliarron Peter, (Dubois & C.) dwl 638 Pacific 
Charruau Antole, clerk with Joseph F. Vorbe, dwl 

1307 Stockton 
CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE CO., Coon 

& Story general agents, office SVV corner Mont- 
gomery and California 
Chartrey Ralph, machinist Vulcan Iron Works, dwl 

216i Sixth 
Chase Andrew J., (Breed & C.) res Oakland 
Chase Arthur F., machinist, dwl 714 Howard 
Chase A. W., sub assistant U. S. Coast Survey, office 

629 Kearnv 
Chase Carrie Miss, assistant teacher Washington 

Grammar School, dwl 110 Turk 
Chase Charles, longshoreman, dwl 36 Stewart 
Chase Charles, lumberman, dwl 421 Folsom 
Chase Charles F., stevedore, dwl 1506 Mason 
CHASE (Charles M.) & BORUCK, (Marcus B.) 

editors and proprietors Spirit of the Times, office 

SW cor Jackson and Sansom 
Chase (Charles M.) & Bowley, (S. C.) auction- 
eers, 9 New Merchants' Exchange 
Chase Cliarles M., (Chase & Borucfc and Chase & 

Bowlet/) dwl 216 Kearny 
Chase D. U., shipwright. Ship. Ass., Barra's Hall 
Chaise Dudley Rev., chaplain U. S. A., Alcatras 

Island, dCvl 127 Kearny 
Chase E. Jacob, marketmaster, dwl 1107 Mont 
Chase Elbridge G., compositor Methodist Book De- 
pository, dwl 110 Turk 
Chase George, lumberman, dwl 421 Folsom 
Chase George M., engineer, dwl 709 Union 
Chase H. A., printer, dwl 1029 Sacramento 
Chase James, carpenter, dwl 103 First 
Chase James B., (DeVries & C.j dwl 1518 Mason 
Chase James M., clerk, dwl NW corner First and 

Natoma 
Chase Jason, laborer, dwl N s Natoma bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Chase J. M., dwl 521 Bush 
Chase John, carpenter, dwl 75 Stevenson 
Chase John E., collector Cowell's Wharf, dwl 815 

Union 
Chase John G., carpenter, dwl 55 Minna 
Chase Joseph, planer with John S. Gibbs, dwl 46 

Louisa 
Chase Joseph P., longshoreman, dwl S s Alta bet 

Montgomerv and S.insom 
Chase L. T., dwl N s Turk nr Larkin 
Chase Marshall T., laborer, bds NW cor Scott and 

Filbert 
Chase Quincy A., (Kohler, C. dk Co.) res Oakland 
Chase Rebecca, (widow) dwl 1518 Mason 
Chase Robert P., physician and surgeon, office and 

dwl 714 Howard 
Chase W. F., clerk with J. D. Farwell & Co., dwl 

608 Pine 
Chase William T., (Stover & C.) dwl SWeor First 

aud Stevenson 
Chase William T., carpenter, dwl 28 First 
Chase William W., (George Morrow <fc Co.) dw, 

815 Union * 

Chase W. S., can-iagemaker with A. W. Burnham, 

dwl 1121 Powell 
CHASSAGNE ( Leon) &lT)Y.^X\EA\jX,( Martin) 

importers aud wholesale wines and liquors, 605 

Front 
Chassagne Leon, (Chassagne ^ Denaveaux) dwl 

1307 Stockton 
Chateau Mary A. Mrs., midwife, dwl 237 Stevenson 
Chateaux Eugene, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Virginia and Pacific 
Chatelain Honora, laundry, 1322 Kearny 
Chatham Roland, miller, dwl SWcor Mariposa and 

Arkansas 
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Chatterton James, sailmaker with John Harding 
Chattin Edward, clerk with F. J. Thibault, dwr772 

Mission 
CHAUCHE ADRIEN G., importer wines and 

lifjuors, 615 and 617 Front, resides Oakland 
Chauuioiit Eu.s^ene, restaurant. r>09 Pine 
Chamicey Frear, carpenter with Hobbs, Gilmore &. 

Co..'dwl 4 Virijinia 
CHAUXCEY r Henry X.J & CO.,rWm. In^rakam 

Kip Jr. J nierchitnls and Keneral agents Royal 

Insurance Co.. offite 306 California 
Chauncey Henrj' N., (Chauncey & Co.) dwl Union 

Club Rooms 
Chauncy Thomas, laborer, dwl 507 Mission 
Clmuvel Eiisjeni (widow) lodgini^s, 819 Mont 
CHAUVIN O.. agent New Almadeni^icby Water, 

office 506 Jackson, resides Oakland 
Chavauche Marguerite Mad., embroiderer, dwl 20 

Geary 
Chavez T., cigarmaker with Diez Brothers, dwl 

Card Alley 
Chavonche Julius, cook Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Chedal Augustine, waiter, 530 Merchant 
Cheesman'Morton, rWoods dc C.J dwl 17 Stanly PI 
Clieesman Nelson, U. S. Branch Mint, dwl Ameri- 
can Exchange 
Cheesman Robert B., piledriver, dwl W s Bartlett 

near Twentyfonrtli 
Cheesman Thomas, clerk Melter and Refiner's De- 
partment U. S. B. Mint, dwl American Exch 
Cheever H. A., milling and mining, office 25 and 

26 Jlonrgomery Block, dwl 26 Essex 
Cheever Silas G., ( Hillon <k C.J dwl 508 Ellis 
Cheleser Louis, gardener, dwl Woodward's Garden 
Chell J. W., cook, dwl 417 Bush 
Cliely Louis, wifemanufacturer, 815 Battery 
Chemical and Metallurgical Laboratory, assaying 

school, E 8 Stockton near Geary 
Cheminant Alexis S., with Koopmanschap & Co., 

resides Alameda 
Chenamau James, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill 
Cbeuaman John, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill 
Clieneaut Jean, tailor, dwl 802 .Jackson 
CHENERY, (Richard) SOUTHER (Joseph N.) 

&■ CO., importers and wholesale jobbers wines 

and liquors, 311 Clay 
Chenerv Richard, (Chenery, Souther <fc Co.) dwl 

221' Powell 
Cheneite Frank, bootmanufacturer, 15 Fell, dwl 

356 Jessie 
Cheney Aaron, carpenter, dwl 20 Howard Place 
Cheney Alfred, clerk, dwl NE cor Front and Sac 
Cheney Jesse, salesman with John Howes, dwl 924 

Mission 
Chenhall Nicholas, merchant, dwl St. Nicholas Hotel 
CHENOT EUGENE, liquors and cigars, NW cor 

Fourth and Folsom 
Chernikh (George) & Lugebil (Joseph) groceries 

and liquors, SE cor Turk and Taylor 
Cherry Addle Jliss. teacher, dwl 32 ,John 
CHEftRY JOHN W., sign and ornamental painter, 

626 Commercial and 320 Montgemery, dwl 32 

John 
Chesa Giacomo, laborer, dwl W s Pollard Place 
Chesley Charles P., physician, office and dwl 238 

Minna 
Chesneaud Arthur, /^r. Alexander & Co.; dwl 802 

Jackson 
Chester Andrew, cook, dwl 521 Sacramento 
Chester Frederick, ealesman, 7 Montgomery, dwl 

329 O'Farrell 
Chester George, laborer, dwl 625 Vallejo 
Chester Henry, (Hyde & C.j dwl 720 Mission] 
Chester James, seaman, dwl 32 Stewart 
Ciiester John, watchman, Front Street O. & M. 

R. R.. dwl 126 Morton 
Chester Martin, boatman, dwl 39 Jackson 
Chester Sainnel, painter, dwl 6 Zoe Place 
Chestnut Catherine Mrs., dwl Franklin Hotel 



Chevalier Charles, porter with A. J. Plate, dwl 108 
Tehama 

Chevalier C. J., housepainter, E. H. L., Dasbawav 
Hall 

Chevalier Louis Ed., dwl 135 Tehama 

Chevalier Francis, drayman with Charles A. Worth, 
dwl NE cor Geary and Taylor 

Chevalier J. B., teacher French, University 
Sc-hool, dwl Tehama bet Second and Third 

Chevalier Victor, porter, dwl 222 Fitlh 

Chevullier Charles A., machinist, 431 Green, dwl 
1332 Dupout 

Chevallier Jean Marie, extraman H. <t L. No. 2, S. 
F. F. D., dwl 614 Broadway 

CHEVALLIER (Victor) A NEUMANN, (Ed- 
ward) apothecaries, N W cor Kearny and Sutter 

Chevallier Victor, (Chevallier <fe Neumann) dwl 13 
Harlan Place 

Chevassus Edward, cashier with Abel Guy, dwl 339 
Kearnv 

CHE VERS W. H., notary public, office 602 Wash- 
ington, dwl .307 Lombard 

Chevesich Henrv, bookkeeper with D. Ghirardelli 
& Co.. dwiei 8 California 

Chevue Robert, fruits and confectionery, 140 First 

CHICAGO HOTEL, Pfefferle & Sagehorn proprie- 
tors, 218-222 Pacific 

Chick Amos, dwl 27 South Park 

Chick Elville, carpenter, dwl W s Leav nr Clay 

Chick George H., plumber, dwl 27 South Park 

Chick Harrison, refiner S. F. Assaying and Refining 
Works, dwl 1616 Larkin 

CHIEF ENGINEER S. F. FIRE DEPART- 
MENT, office 2:^3 Kearny 

CHIEF OF POLICE, office 9-11 City Hall, first 
floor 

Chieftain S. M. Co.. (White Pine) office 331 Mont 

CHIELOVICH E. & CO., (Walter Hoge) im- 
porters wines and liquors, NW cor Front and 
Jackson 

Chielovich Elia. (E. Chielovich Sf Co.) dwl 619 Pine 

CHILD EDWIN F., stock broker, office 408 Mont- 
gomery, dwl Occidental Hotel 

Child Thomas T., clerk with Liddle & Kaeding, dwl 
911 Hyde 

Childs Charles W., collector, office 55 Exchange 
Building, dwl 225 Bush 

Childs George, bookkeeper with Drake & Emerson, 
dwl 29 Second 

Childs George, local agent Pacific Insurance Co., 
dwl W sFair Oaks bet Twenty-third aud Twen- 
ty fourth 

Childs George A., driver with N. P. Cole St, Co., 
dwl 936 Howard 

Childs Henry F., tinsmith with Brittan, Holbrook A 
Co 

Childs James, (Menzies, Lowry & Co.) dwl 511 
Ijombard 

Childs James, carpenter, dwl Cliff House Road, li 
miles from Toll Gate 

Childs James M., carpenter, dwl N s Pacific nr Van 
Ne.'« Avenue 

Childs Joseph, actor Alhambra Theater 

Childs P. G., broker, California Stock Exchange 

Childs R. B. Miss, assistant teacher Denmau School, 
dwl 325 Sixth 

Chin Poo, (Wuig Chong Lung & Co.) (Chinese) 
merchant. 706 Dupont 

CHINA MAIL AND FLYING DRAGON, (month- 
ly) Frederick Marriott, proprietor, office 623 
Montgomery 

Chinese Protection Society, office room 8, 423 Wash- 
ington, Police office 706 Sacramento 

Ciiinese Temple, 521 Broadway 

Chinese Theaters, 630 Jackson and S s Commercial 
bet Kearny and Duuont 

Chiiin Henry, clerk, dwl 644 Sacramento 

Chiousse Joseph, florist, 728 Washington, dwl La- 
guna bet Greenwich and Lombard 



EDWARD BOSQUI k CO, Printers and Bookbinders, Leidesdorff St., from Clay to Commercial. 



C. p. VAN SCHAACK & CO., Nos. 712, 714 and 716, Keamy Street. 



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Chipchaee John, bookbinder with D. Hicks & Co., 

dwl 318 Folsora 
Cbipman William, miner, dwl 619 Mission 
CLipman William W., attorney at law, otEce room 

17 Exchange Building, dwl 518 Greenwich 
Chimng Angustus, laundrymau New England Laun- 
dry, dwl at laundry 
Cbisholni Alexander, salesman with Austin & Co., 

dwl 606 Sutter 
Chisholm Christopher, carpenter, dwl 23 Ransch 
Chisbolm Daniel B., teller S. F. Savings Union, 

dwl N 8 Clay bet Hyde and Leavenworth 
Chisbolm D. G.' carpenter, dwl 2-2 Minna 
Chisholm Donald, woolgrader, S. F. Wool Exchange, I 

dwl 27 Anthony 
Chisholm Duncan, tailor, dwl SW cor Clay and 

Mason 
Chisholm, D. W., carpenter, dwl 17 Xatoma 
Chisholm William, pressman, Alta California, dwl 7 

Auburn 
Chittenden A. B., carpenter, H. C. L., 25 Post 
Chittenden Charles R., molder, dwl 34 Clarice Place 
Chittenden Joseph G., miUmau California Mills, dwl 

1421 Tavlor 
Chittenden N. W.. attorney at law, office 803 Mont- 

gomevv. dwl 615 Stockton 
CHIL'COVICH PETER, liquor saloon, SW cor 

Pacific and Drumm 
Chlichman Henry, laborer, S. F. Sugar Refinery, 

dwl cor Fifth and Townsend 
Choate D. F., cook, dwl 2:i8 Stewart 
Choate Neheuiiah, clothing, 614 Fourth 
Choate S. K.. carpenter, dwl What Cheer House 
Chodrick George, clerk with S. E. & T. Smith, dwl 

516 Market 
Choer Henry, laborer with J. B. Kemp 
Cholet Josepli, pork and sausages, 59 Washington 

Market, dwl 520 Merchant 
CHOLLAR POTOSI MINING CO., (Virginia. 

Nev.) A. K. P. H irmon president, W. E. Dean 

secretary, office 19 Hayward's Building 
Choineton Auguste, cabinetmaker, dwl 433 Green 
Choppat Louis, compositor Courrier de San Fran- 
cisco, dwl SW cor Dnpout and Broadway 
Chow Kee, (Chinese) trader, 925 Dupont 
Choy Cheong, (Chinese) dry goods, 724 Dupont 
Choynski Isaiah, bookkeeper, 208 Sansoui, dwl 632 

'Market 
CHOYNSKI ISIDORE N., Antiquaiian Book 

Store, 146 Second, dwl 524 Howard 
Chrestenson Peter, wheelwright with J. Radczew- 

sky.dwl 507 Pacific 
Chretien B. F., drayman with Ernest Lyons & Co., 

dwl 510 Jackson 
Chretien Hermann, shoemaker, dwl W b Gaven bet 

Greenwich and Filbert 
Christ Alonzo. boatman, dwl 9 Lafayette Place, rear 
Christ Antonio, boatman, dwl 9 Lafayette PI, rear 
Christ Christopher, milkman, dwl E s lierual Higbts, 

nrSan Bruno Road 
Christ R., printer. Eureka Typo. Rooms, 539 Wash 
Christen Henry, seaman, bds 7 Washington 
Christian Henry, ironer White's Laundry, 26 Harriet 
Christian Nicolas C, hostler with W. E. Wallace, 

riding academv, dwl 371 Natoma 
Christian Richard "R., dyer, dwl N s Fulton nr Gough 
Christian Robert, carpenter, dwl Atlanta Hotel 
Christian Sarah Mrs., dying and cleaning, 808 Mar- 
ket, dwl N 6 Fulton nr Gough 
Christian Thomas, clerk, dwl 214 Powell 
Christiansen Anton, seaman, dwl SE cor Mission 

and Stewart 
CHRISTIANSEN CHRISTIAN, president Occi 

dental Ins. Co., office 335 Montgomery, (and 

Anzcr,C. d; Co.] dwl SW cor Fifteenth and First 

Avenue 
Christiansen Charles, foreman Pacific Barrel and 

Keg Factory, dwl NW cor Humboldt and 

Keutuckv 



Christiansen Gnstave A. E., clerk with Martin L. 
Haas, dwl 745 Harrison 

Christiansen Hans B., hairdresser with Lampe Bros., 
dwl Stockton Place * 

Christiansen Henry, car inspector, S