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Full text of "The San Francisco directory for the year .."

CALIFDRlsilAWA 
REFERENCE DfcPARTMENT 



SAN FRANCISCO Pl!BL 



r I IBRARY 



3 1223 04590 4613 




Book No. 



Accession 



917.94_S227Si 



_7353 



NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY 



FORM 3427 5000 10-48 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ill 

W. €. KANI>4»1.PII, Nail FraiioiNCO. B. B. UBAV. Parin. 

RANDOLPH & CO. 

Successors to ANDERSON & RANDOLPH, 

101 and 103 Montgomery St.. corner Sutter. 



MR. GRAY'S residence in Europe enables us to import direct a care- 
fully selected stock of Diamonds and other Precious Stones, 
Watches and European Goods, Avhich -we offer for 
sale at much Lower Prices than they can 
possibly be sold for by. other houses 
■who buy from Nevir York and San Francisco importers. 



Li, 0Jk£^l]^,JL,i^,l^^ ^^ '■' 



(StrCCESSOKS TO LOCAN & Co.) 

No. 19 MONTGOMERY STREET, and 107 and 109 SUTTER STREET (Lick House Block) 

Importers of and Dealers in 

FANCY GOODS 

|?r(iH |?plsr ^nk |iii|rojrff riei, |^ff?ro$, ^nni 
:b :b.a_id s 



And all other Articles for Needle- Work, Wholesale and 
Retail, at Reduced Prices. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




The Steain«l»ll» ot tHU Company 



will gall from SAN FRANCISCO darinif the year 



18*9 as foUovs; 



From Wharf, corner of FIRST and BRANNAN Streets 

HOUR OF DEPARTURE, 12 NOON, 

For Yokohama and Hongkong 



On the l8t of every month, connecting at 



Yokobama with the Steamers of Mltsu Bishi Co. 



for Hiogo, Nagasaki and Shanghai. 



FOR SYDNEY AND AUCKLAND, VIA HONOLULU 

1879 

,7 M.rrh 17 Auril U. May 12. June 9. July 1. August 4. September 1. 
J.nu.ry 20, ^^^^^l^^X^Z:L^i Novemr>er2.. December 2.. 



on the .th an. 20th of every month. taUing Passengers an. --^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ 



FOR VICTORIA, B. C, PORT TOWNSEND. SEATTLE, TACOMA 

AND OLYMPIA 

On the 10th. 20th and 30th of every month. 

WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO, 

San Francisco, January 1, 1879. 



ADYERTISIXG DEPARTMEXT. 



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FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT 

AKD GENERAL PURCHASING AGEITT 

809 «Tiri 311 Sla.cx'a.zxxezxto Slt x -eet 

AGEXT FOB THE PACIFIC COAST FOR THE FOLLOWTNG sTANDAED GOODS: 

Procter <& Gamble's Candles and Soaps. Gilbert's Starclu Dooley's Yea*t Po^rder, A. 
Field's Oysters, Evans, Day <v Co. "s Oysters, Backeye Corn, J. Hill's Com, and 
all kinds Eastern Canned Goods, Swift <Si Conrtnt-y's Parlor ^latches. Pride of 
the Kitchen Soap, Aldemey Brand Condensed Milk. WTiyland'g Big Bonanza 
Soap, Higgina' Salt, Arbnckle's Ariosa Coffee. Frarer's -Vile Grea«e, and Eastern 

gooAa generally. 

8®= Partlctilar attention pai'l to conslsmments an-l the satisfactory sale lA iaioe. Poicltase i 

fomla and uregon Products atten.led to promptly and to the best adrantage. Will attend to for-^ 

part of the coait, or to Eastern or Foreim Port-. 



A. D. STARE. 



.A. ^v. STARR. 



A. BAKyiSTEE. 



STARR «£ CO. 

Proprieiors STARR MILLS, Vallejo 




iissioii Mfirciits 



16 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

20 BrunsAviek Buildings, Liverpool 



Optidan ad Matbatical InstrmQiit Maksr 

429 MONTGOMERY ST., SAS FRAHCISCO. 



Instrnment.^ made to order, Repaired and Carefnlly Adjnsted. 



NEWBAUER & CO. 

>I.iNUF.iCTrREBS OF 



Our Matches are Sure, and Warranted to -ivithstand Dampness of every climate, and 
be goo<l for any length of time. 



Factory, POTRERO. Office, 221-225 FRONT STREE3T, 




SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



G R. JKSSE. 



H. M. DKEW. 



JESSE & DREW, 

Stair Builders 

SOUTH POINT MILL, 
Berry St., bet. Third and Fourth. 



Constantly on hand and made to order, 
Stair Rails, Posts, Balusters, etc. 



.lOBE'JP, 



WmLM 



/M. ^^ 



'EM 



ORGAN BUILDER 

ig-o. IS-Z I>«.S© street, S«^xx I-r«*xi.cxsco 

Maxukactiuer and Rei'airer of all kinds or 

CmVB€M aMB PmBEiQ9^ QBGMME, 

^k\\ orders to above address will receive prompt attention.^! 



S. p. TAYLOB- & CO. 

MANVFACTlRERi* AND PeALERS IN 

Prinlinj, Manila \ Slrawhps, Pjsr Bajs, Wiibs, Etc. 

DEPOT OF THE PIONEER AND EAGLE PAPER MILLS 

4U! CLAY STREET. 



V. Andi KAN,8uii l■'n^Mcl^ 



r. Van Uf.veu, Naiia City. 



('. Caui'V, Sail Friiuclbco. 



C ANDURAN & CO. 

lMI>OBTEUa OF AND DEALERS IN 



PROI'RIETORR OF THE 



UNCLE SUM m\ CELURS ftND DISIILLEB1, ftNO WINE VINEGftR, Wi m 

No8. 515 and 517 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING D E PA R T M E N T. 



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ARTHUR McCUIRE 



(Successor to B. H, FREEMAN & CO,) 



No. 415 MISSION STREET 



Adjoining Met-lianics' Mill, bettvecn First and 
Fremont Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Scroll Imi d Imi 



MAHO&ANY, BLACK WALNUT AND CEDAR FOR SALE ■ 



Constantly on hand and made to order, Stair Rails, 
Posts, Balusters, etc-, etc. 



Rom liL M Fmi Cdwm? 




Agency, 



No. 319 California Street, S. F^ 



Notice is hereby given that arrangements have been entered into bttween the 



ROYAL MAIL STEAM FACKET COMPANY 

AND THE 

For the forwarding of Treasure to the Bank of England and to the Bank of 
France, and Hamburg, by the steamships of the two Companies, under 
through bills of lading, for delivery at destination by the Packets of the 
Royal Mail Steam Packet Co 

The following Steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. leave Aspinwall for 
the West Indies and Southampton, calling at Cherbourg, France, to land 
passengers, on the Cth and 22d of each month. 

HORSE POWER. 




REGISTERED TONNAGE. 

PARA 3, 8 05 600 

DOX 3.805 600 

9IOSEL.L.E 3, 353 600 

NILE 3,994: 600 

TASMANIAN 3,956 600 



Captain I. T. Moir. 

" R. Woodward. 

" C. Taylor. 

" R. Revett. 

" E. Kemp. 

RETURN TICKETS, available for twelve months, issued at a reduction of 25 per cent. 
The Company also dispatches an Extra Steamer from Aspinwall on the 23d of each month, for Bremen, 
■which affords great facilities to shippers of cargo for Bremen and Hamburg. 

Through First Class Tickets are issued from San Francisco to Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton, 
at $200 U. S. Gold. 

For further particulars, etc., apply to the Company's Agent, 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ar J5ii2;ar 



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SOUTHWEST CORNER BATTERY AND UNION STREETS. 

(IXCORPORATEDi 



C-A.FIT.A.L $5 0,0 00 

And possesses a capacity eqaal to the refining of T'tventy Thonsand Tons annually. 
Supplies the Exporters and Jobbinjj Trade ■^vith all grades of 

HARD AND COFFEE SUGARS AND SYRUPS. 

Special attention given to tlie latog and packing: oi Loat sugar lor Exportation. 



Sole Patentee foe the Manufacture of the Celebrated 

EXTRA FINE CUBE SUGAjJ 

Put up in 23 lbs., 50 lbs. and 100 lbs. Cases, and also 
in Bbls. and Half Bbls. 



Office at the Refinery, 



S. W. Cor. Union and Battery Sts. 



HERMAN MEESE, President. 



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On hand and 
No. 322 MAIN STREET, 




Made to Order 
Between Folsom and Harrison 



Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinners' Trimmings, Etc. 

MannfactiiriTs c,| Shipit'' Stoves (suitable for vtsscls nf from 20 ti> •.',')(»•) tons), Ships'' Water 
Closets, Binnacle I^ianips, Side Liights, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, etc. 

O. K. FOUNDRY, 228 MAIN ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Manufactiir.' all kiiidtt n{ Light bimI Orniimental Castings, Stoves, tti-., <tc. Smooth Cast- 
ings a specialty. Gralcsninl Fire Backs fnr Hnn^cs. Agiiit lor Albion Pottery, Aiitloili, Cal. 

Manulacturo all kin. Is of Stove and Range Linings. Backs and Checks for Marble Mantels, 
Vases, Hanging Baskets, Tileing, Drain and Chimney Pipes, etc. 



12-14 Marl(et St., and 9-II Sacramento St., San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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tff" All Risks taken by fUis Company are partiripated in by three ot the largest 

German Fire Insurance Companies, representing; an aggregate 

Capital and Surplus of 64,000,000 Marks, or 

SI 6,000,000 U. S. Gold Coin 



Maglshr; kd Im Imrascs hm 

Paid up Capital 3,000,000 Marks 



General Agents 
307 CAUFORNIA STREET, - - - SAN FRANCISCO 



All Lossea -will be promptly paid here, in U. S. GOLiD COIX, as soon as claims 

are adjusted. 



. t¥. 



Hard Wood 



oawinct, nmm m turning establishment v 

M BEE HIVE MANUFACTORl 

KORBEL BROS.' MILLS, Cor. FIFTH AND BRYANT STS. 



MURRAY MCKINNIE 

Architectural and Ornamental 

V\^ooD Carver 

IRON, ZINC AND COMPOSITION ORNAMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA MILLS 
Cor. Howard and Spear Sts., ... - 



San Francisco 



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SAN FUANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



IRA P. RANKiy. 



A. r. BRAYTOX. 



PACIFIC IRON WORKS 

First and Fremont Sts., between Mission and Howard, San Francisco, Cal. 




ESTABLISHED IN 1850. 



ENGINES and BOILERS. Marine and Stationary. PUMPING. HOISTING and MINING Machinery, 

Including Batteries. Amalgamating Pans and Settlers. Concentrators, Ore 

Feeders. Crushing Rolls and Rock Breakers. 

Also, WATKIl .1 \< KI:T SMKI.TI\«i Kl Il\A( KS. ri>r Uciliiriii^ l.ciul. Sllv«T and Cop- 

|><*r<)rfit; (InickMiU cr Kiirniir<>it: Ilt-tortH iin<I CondfiiHci-H ; Ii<>AS'ri\(; aud 

('IIL.(>|{OI)I7.l\(i KlUXAtKS; Sutfiir Mill .niulilinMj ; I»r«»iwll«T 

and Sleiiniboiit KiitfiiKn. \Vnl<>r Wli<-<>U, eir.. all of tli<> 

latfsl and iiKiHl a|i|ii'<>v< <l roiistriiftlon. 

Alfeiitt for Ihr All«»ii Kntfint- (Governor, BnlU'y Air Coinprj-Msur. IIowi'IPh Improved 

W'hUf Furiiarr, Whi-eler <)r«> Brrukcr, Walkrr'ii <'<iiii|>ouiid S(<-ani 

PumiM, <*(r. Bruckner Cyllndor Furnaces. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ADOLPHUS PENEBESKY 
HOUSEMOVER, 



BOX BRANDS 



Artistic Designs in Box Brands by 

M. SCHMIDT & CO., 

411 C!Ij.A."X" ST. 



W. H. HYDE. 



H. CHESTEK. 



HYDE &. CHESTER, 

Contractors for 

limi tmi anl Lowcm; Wool or Briok M% 

Or for taking' out or putting' on l>oarfl 

STEAM BOILERS, SHAFTS, OR ANY HEAVY WEIGHTS, 

Moving Locomotives, etc., etc. 

No. 645 Mission St., bet. Second and Third. 

sc:?h.:e3"\7^s, jstc?., to XjIET. 




San Francisco anflPmeer 

Grinding and Saw-Filing Association 

2420 Post Street, San Francisco. 



Butchers' Tools of nil descriptions for sale at the Lowest I'riecs. Orders from the country promptly attended to. 



Ix SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



GEOEGE CAMPBELL. E. D. HEATLEY. 

DICKSON. DE WOLF & CO. 

Itmmissign liri 



410, 412 and 414 BATTERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 




, Heatley & Co., ■ ■ 11 Georp Yarfl, Louteri Street, LoMoi. 



SOLE AGENTS OF THE CELEBRATED 



OATHERWOOD'S WHISKIES 

Viz.: A. A. A.f Century, Eureka, Cranston, Etc. 



R M. TRUWORTHY 
ZINCOGRAPHER 



AND JIANIFACTUKER OF 



STENCIL PLATES, BRANDS, ETC. 

Also, Rubber Stamps and Rubber 
Printing' Wheels, 

318 FRONT STREET, - - CORNER COMMERCIAL 



Stencil Brushes, Cluks and Caps. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Carriage and Wagon Materials 

AXLES, SPRINGS, CARRIAGE HARDWARE AND 

TRIMMINGS. 

SARVEN'S PATENT WHEELS. 



WOOD HUB WHEELS, BODIESlAND GEARINGS 



Wtieel Factoff and Machine Department at Sacramento. 




29 and 31 Fremont St., San Francisco. 



200 and 202 J STREET, 



SACRAMENTO. 



NEW YORK OFFICE : 121 and 123 FRONT STREET. 



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ADVERTISING DETARTMENT. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



TROIHIHER'S 

Ext ract t^/M ALT 

The rapidly Increasing demand for our Extract of Malt, during the four rears that it has been 
manufactured and offered to the medical profession in America, justifies the belief that in its production 
here we are meeting a generally felt want. 

Long experience in manufacturing Malt Extract has enabled us to completely overcome the many 
difficulties attending its manufacture in large quantity ; and we positively assure the profession that our 
Elxtract of Malt is not only perfectly pure and reliable, but that it will keep for years, in any climate, 
■without fermenting or moulding, and that its flavor actually improves by age. Our Extract is guaranteed to 
equal, in every respect, the best German make, while, by avoiding the expenses of importation, it is afforded 
at less than half the price of the foreign article. 

The Malt from which it is made is obtained by carefully malting the very best quality of selected 
Toronto Canada Barley. The Extract is prepared by an nrpEovED pbocess, which prevents injury to its 
properties or flavor by excess of heat. It represents the soluble constitaents of 3Ialt and 
Hops, viz: Malt Sug.\e, Dextbine, Diastase, Resin asd Bitteb of Hops, Phosphates of Lime and 
Magnesia, and Alkaline Salts. 

Attention is invited to the following analysis of this Extract, as given by S. H. Douglas, Professor of 
Chemistry, University of Michigan, .\nn Arbor: 

TKOMMER EXTRACT OF MALT CO.:— I enclose herewith my analysis of your extract of Malt: 

Malt Sugar, 40.1; Dextrine, Hop-bitter, Extractive Matter, 23.6 ; Albuminous Matter (Diastase) 2 469- 
Ash— Phosphates, 1.712; Alkalies, .;iT7; Water, 25.7. Total, 99.958. ' 

In comparing the above analysis with that of the Extract of Malt of the German Pharmacopoea, as given 
by Hager, that has been so generally received by the profession, I find it to substantiallv agree with that ai tide 
Yours truly, SILAS H. DOUGL.\S, 

Prof, of Analytical and Applied Chemlstr 

This invaluble preparation is highly recommended by the medical profession as a most effective thera" 
peutic agent for the restoration of delicate and exhausted constitutions. It is very nutritious, being rich 
in both muscle and fat producing materials. 

The very large proportion of Diastase renders it most effective In those forms of disease originating in 

IMPERFErT DIGESTION OF THE STABCHT ELEMENTS of food. 

A single dose ol the Improved Trommer's Extract of Malt contains a larger quantity of the 
active properties of Malt than a pint of the best ale or porter; and, not having undergone fermentation, is 
absolutely free from alcohol and carbonic acid. 

The dose for adults is from a dessert to a tablespoonf ul, three times daily. It is best taken after meals 
pure, or mixed with a glass of milk, or in water, wine, or any kind of spirituous liquor. Each bottle con- 
tains 1 J4 lbs. of the Extract. 



OUB PBEPARATIONS OF MaLT ABE FOB SALE BY DBCOGIST8 OENEBALLT THBOUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES 
AND CaNADAS, AT THE FOLLOWING PBICES: 

Extract of Malt, with Hops (Plain) $1 00 

" Pyroi)hosphate of Iron (Ferrated) 1 DO 

" " " Cod Liver Oil 1 oo 

" " " Cod Liver Oil and Iodide of Iron i oo 

" " " Cod Liver Oil and Phosphorus .100 

" " " Alteratives 1 00 

" " " Hypophoaphites [\[[ 1 .50 

" " " Iodides J 50 

" " " Citrate of Iron and Quinia 1 50 

" Pepsin .'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.150 



MAXITFACTURKD HY 



TROMMER EXTRACT OF MALT CO., 



Agents for Pacific Coast. 



- FREMONT. OHIO. 
San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



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Com of Dr. Reilwiiiii's Reprt. 



London, Sept. 18th, 1878. 
Dr. Redwood's 17 Bloomsbury Square. 

Analytical Department. 

I have examined the extract of Malt manufactured by the " Trom- 
mer Extract of Malt Company," and judging from its physical char- 
acters and chemical reactions, I am of opinion that it fairly represents 
■what its name indicates — that is, that it is a preparation of Malt in 
Avhich are contained the essential properties of that substance, with a 
slight addition of Aromatic Bitter of the Hop. It has the character of 
a soft Extract, in the sense in -which that term is used pharmaceuti- 
cally, and it has evidently been prepared -with great care and judg- 
ment, as it retains the property of acting on amylaceous bodies, as 
Diastase does, while the Extract itself bears long keeping without 
change. 

It also possesses the property of forming, with Cod Liver Oil, a 
permanent Mixture or Emulsion, in which the taste of the Oil is very 
effectually covered, and its administration thus greatly facilitated. 

T. REDWOOD, Ph. D., F. R. C. S., etc., 

Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy to the Pharmaceutical 

Society of Great Britain. 




SAX FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



J3' 



H-A.I. 



CHAMPION 




DK. HALE, 



DiDloma Granted at MechaDics' Fair, Boston, Mass., 1878. 

Every variety of Meat.'-, Vegetablts, Puddings, Rice. Hominy, 

ftf., cooked by steam 

WITHOUT MINGLING THE FLAVORS. 

Used ou any STOVE, RANGE or FURNACE. Emits no offensive odor, and 
cannot possibly burn the food. Saves Time, Labor asd Fuel. Every lady who 
tries it is enthusiastic in praising it. 

Kesfl the follnwine from Mr?. C. A. Vinton, the well-known catererfor Massachusetts 
Bulliiln);, at the Centennial Fair, JPhiladclphia, ami later at Mechanic*' Fair, this city. 
Her repntatlon rank> among the highest, and Is world-wide: 
To ulioin it iiKitj coiireni.' Mechanics' Fair Biildisg, Boston, Xov. .5, 1878. 

This is to ct-rtltv that I have had In use in my kitchen, during the continuance of the 
Fair, one of Dr. HalcV ( 'hampifn Steam Cookers, and have found It In every respect as 
represented. I cheerfully add my testimony in Its favor, believing, as I do, that no 
kitchen should be considered complete without it. Mrs. C. A. Vintos. 

RELIABLE AGENTS wanted in every town in the country. Town, County 
and State rights may be obtained and agencies secured by applying to 

- - No. .">! Wa.sliiiiotoii St., Boston, 3Iass. 




PENFIELD 

BLOCK mm, 

fcLOCKPORT, 

Niagara Co., - - - Ne-w York. 



Pulley Blocks, 
ron Sheaves, 



Om PUSHERS, 

Lock Faicfils. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixvii 

MANUFACTUKKILS OF 

CRYSTAL GLASSWARE 

BLUE AND WHITE RING JARS (SOLID RING) 

Table Ware, Bar Ware, Patent Glass Covered Candy Jars, Preserves 

and Jellies, 



From 1-4 to 10,000 lbs. Weight, 

True to pattern, sound and solid, of unequaled strength, toughness and durability. An 
^% ^HM y IpM ■ invaluable substitute for forgiugs or cast iron requiring three- 
^^ I HB MB I fold streneitb. Geariug of all kinds, Shoes, Dies, 



Haniinerheads, Crosslieacls for Locomotives, etc. 

Twelve thousand Crank Shafts of this 
steeel now running proved to be superior 
to Wrought Iron. 



CASTINGS 



Crank Shafts. Crossheads and Gearing are specialties. Circulars and 
Price Lists Free. Address 

CHESTER STEEL CASTINGS CO., 

W^orks : Chester, Pa. Evelina St., PHILADELPHIA, U, S. A. 



FiCinC ROLLINB Ml C0MN7 



CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000 



Established for the manufacture of Kailroad and Merchant Iron, Rolled Girders, and 
every variety of Rolled and Hammered Shafting, Railroad Supplies, Forgings of all kinds, 
Horse Shoe Shapes, Machine and Bridge Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Boiler Rivets, Harrow 
Teeth, etc., etc. 

Office : 16 First Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Orders addressed to PACIFIC ROLLINS MILL CO., P.O. Box 2032. will liaye iimediate anentloD. 

HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON. 



President, - - - Wm. Alvord. Superintendent, - B. P. Brunner. 
General Manager, L. B. Benchley. Secretary, - Charles M. Keeney. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



m FEMCiscD m im m urn 



ESTABLISHED 1865. 



c;. jj Jii w iwiuj^. jj. 



Grezxer*A,l IVX^xx^sex* 



Office and Works, KING STREET, near f«ot of Fourth, San Francisco. 



Manufactnrpra of aU kinds of GREEX and BL.ACK GL.ASSt%'ARG. 
and lettered bottles famished at short notice. 



All kinds of Plain 



C. WEWMAK'N IMPROVED EI^ASTIC, 
DEnlJOHSi. (I'atented January 26tli, 1875.) By re- 
ferring to the ennravlni?, In the loregrouiicl will be seen a 
bottle partially covered; a represents the Klass, b the tulc 
reed, and c the wicker-work. It will be seen that the bottle | 
Is first covered with the tule reed— a soft elastic substance— | 
forming a cushion, on which the rattan Is woven. By . 
this means the bottle Is doubly protected, and made doubly 
valuable from Its Immunity from breakage. Its advan- 
tages are so many and obvious, that It needs no argu- 
ment to prove Us merits. Those who use demijohns will 
see at once the superiority It possesses over all other cov- 
ered bottles. 



NEWMAN'S 

Improved Box Demijohn. 

( I'atentkd Mabch 30tii, 1875.) 

These boxed demijohns are Ihe simplest, best and cheap- 
est in the market. They are neat In appearance, compact, 
and securely packed, and are always ready for shipment by 
any conveyance, without danger of breakage. They will 
save 50 per cent. In freight. The demijohn In the box 
being glass, cannot destroy the Uavor of the liquid, and, 
consequently should take the place of wooden kegs for all 
purposes. 




This Jar has br,in\li>n!>lvely useil ip the Eastfor Beveral 
yearB, and from Its simplicity of const met ion, cheapness and 
reliability, has become one of the most popular Jars now In 
use. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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MERCHANTS 



\M.nMtw&mm 



San Francisco. 



INDIA RICE MILL 

CORNER MISSION AND FREMONT STREETS 



Proprietor 



W]>Z. M. GREENWOOD, 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



HARDWOOD LUMBER 

Cabinet Woods and Veneers, 
WAGON STOCK, PLOW BEAMS AND HANDLES 

Nos. 13 and 15 MAIN STREET, 

Opposite Old Stand. Near Market. 



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SAN FEANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



MARINE AND FIRE. 



TEE cmiFORiii mmm co. 

OFFICE No. 318 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



One door East from Sansom, 



CAPITAL PAID UP (IN GOLD), - - - - $300,000 

ASSETS, • ^^^'^^^ 



The Oldest of all the Locals. 



C. T. HOPKINS, President. H. B. TICHENOR, Vice-President. 

Z. CROWELL, Secretary. E. T. BARNES, Gen'i Agent. 



TtlE 



toi Saip 






No. 526 California St. 



Office Horns from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

Extra Hours on Saturdays from 7 to 8 p. m., for recciviug of deposits ouly. 

Loans made on Real Estate and other Collateral Securities, at current rates of interest. 



L. GOTTIG President. 

F ROEDING Vice-President and Cashier 

GEORGE LETTE Secretary 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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H. M. NEWHALL. 



J. O. ELDRIDGE. 



a. PALACHE. 



H. M. NEWHALL & CO. 



i 



II 



III! 





UUiTt 




Salesroom, Fire-Proof Brick 
309, 311 and 313 SANSOM STREET 




REGULAR SALE DAYS, 

MONDAY AND THURSDAY— Catalogue Sale of Boots, Shoes, Cloth- 
ing, Hgrd\vare, Fancy Goods, etc. 

WEDNESDAY— Catalogue Sale of Dry Goods, Silks, Embroideries, 

French Goods, etc. 



CASH ADVANCES OX MERCHANDISE FOR SALE. 







Cor. Beale and Howard Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



miNING IMEACIIINXSRir 

Marine aM StatloiiarF Enpes aM Boilers, 

WROUGHT IRON WATER PIPE, AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF IRON WORK. RE- 
PAIRING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 



DIRECTORS. — Joseph Moobe, Jeeome Lincoln, E. V. Joice, Jas. D. Walker, 
William Alyoed, J. B. Haggin, W. H. Taylor. 



WM. H. TAYLOR, President. JOSEPH MOORE, Superintendent. LEWIS R. MEAD, Secretary. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



MARINE AND FIRE. 

TIE CALIFDRIIUISIIROCE CO. 

OFFICE No. 318 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



One door East from Sansom, 



CAPITAL PAID UP (IN GOLD), 

ASSETS, 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

$300,000 
560,704 



The Oldest of all the Locals. 



C. T. HOPKINS. President. 

Z. CROWELL. Secretary. 



H. B. TICHENOR, Vice-President. 
E. T. BARNES. Gen'i Agent. 



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a I \//f,/A 'TI:K (\IJ'I T,IL 



e? o 



$4QQ»Qim 



No. 526 California St. 

nfflcc Uuuni from a. m. to 3 r. m. 

Kxtra Honni on Saturdays from 7 to 8 p. m., for receiving of deposits ouly. 

I/oan« niiulc on Rial Ehtute and otliur Culluturul Securities, at current rates of interest. 



L. GOTTIG 
!f. ROEDING 
GEORGE LETTE 



President 

Vice-President and Cashier 
Secretary 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



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H. M. NEWHALL. 



J. O. ELDRIDGE. 



G. PALACHE. 



H. M. NEWHALL & CO. 

miimm m commissi MEECDms 

Salesroom, Fire-Proof Brick 
309, 311 and 313 SANSOM STREET. 



REGULAR SALE DAYS, 

MONDAY AND THURSDAY— Catalogue Sale of Boots, Shoes, Cloth- 
ing, Hgrd-ware, Fancy Goods, etc. 

WEDNESDAY— Catalogue Sale of Dry Goods, Silks, Embroideries, 

French Goods, etc. 



CASH ADVANCES ON 9IERCHANDISE FOR SALE. 



IROi Ai LOCOMOTIfE f OMS 

Cor. Beale and Howard Sts., San Francisco, Cal, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



miNING- mACHINERir 

Marine aM Stationary Enpes ai Boilers, 

WROUGHT IRON WATER PIPE, AND ALL JDESCRIPTIONS OF IRON WORK. RE- 
PAIRING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 



DIRECTORS. — Joseph Mooee, Jeeome Lincoln, E. V. Joice, Jas. D. Walker, 
William Alvoed, J. B. Haggin, W. H. Taylor. 



WM. H. TAYLOR, President. JOSEPH MOORE, Superintendent. LEWIS R. MEAD, Secretary. 



Xxii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



MARINE AND FIRE. 

THE CALIFORIIi IISUBiNCE CO. 

OFFICE No. 318 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

One door East from Sansom, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



CAPITAL PAID UP (IN GOLD), . - - - $300,000 

ASSETS, • 560,704 

The Oldest of all the Locals. 

C. T. HOPKINS. President. H. B. TICHENOR. Vice-President. 

Z. CROWELL. Secretary. E. T. BARNES. GenI Agent. 



TM K 



Gem Sufiii ai Loan Societf, 

VUcllidXIKU C'.riJ'lT.ll. ' • § tQOsOQQ 

No. 526 California St. 



Officf Houfh from 9 a. M. to 3 r. M. 

Extra H(>urH on SHtimlays from 7 to 8 r. M., for receiving of deposits only. 

Loiins uirtik' on Ural Estate autl other Collateral Securities, at current rates of interest. 



L. GOTTIG President 

F. ROEDING Vice-President and Cashier 

GEORGE LETTE Secretary 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



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H. M. NEWHALL. 



J. 0. ELDRIDGE. 



G. PALACHE. 



H. M. NEWHALL & CO. 

iDCKEES m COMMISSI MEECl 




IS 



Salesroom, Fire-Proof Brick 
309, 311 and 313 SANSOM STREET. 



REGULAR SALE DAYS, 

MONDAY AND THURSDAY— Catalogue Sale of Boots, Shoes, Cloth- 
ing, H*rd"ware, Fancy Goods, etc. 

WEDNESDAY— Catalogue Sale of Dry Goods, Silks, Embroideries, 

French Goods, etc. 



CASH ADVANCES ON MERCHANDISE FOR SAL,E. 




Cor. Beale and Howard Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



miNING MAGHINZSRY 

Marine wi Stationarf Eiigiiies aiii Boilers, 

WROUGHT IRON WATER PIPE, AND ALL. DESCRIPTIONS OF IRON WORK. RE- 
PAIRING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 



DIRECTORS. — Joseph Moobe, Jeeome Lincoln, E. V. Joice, Jas. D. Walkeb, 
William Alvobd, J. B. Haggin, "W. H. Tayloe. 



WM. H. TAYLOR, President. JOSEPH MOORE, Superintendent. LEWIS R. MEAD, Secretary. 



XXVI 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



COMMERCIAL liSiAiCE CO. 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

i^t:fi.:e] x^^ :]\zi:..^-F^i:iNr:B. 



Amount of Capital Stock paid up in cash, 



$200,000.00 



X3xx*ectox*6i 



W. W. DODGE, of W. W. Dodge & Co., Men.hauts. 

SELDEN S. WRIGHT, Judtje County Court. 

FRANK E.\STM.\N, Printer. 

CLACS SPliECKEI.S. President Cal. Sugar Refinery. 

C. Tl'KNEH, of Bay City Soda Works. 

A. W. .IKE, Merchant. 

PETER DE.\N, Cai.itali.«t. 

JOHN H. WISE, of Chri.-ty & Wise, Merchants. 

C. J. DEERING. Merchant. 

LEVI STEVENS, of Stevens, Baker & Co.. Merchants. 

CHARLES MAIN, of :Main & Winchester, Merchants 

GEORGE L. BRADLEY, Capitalist. 



A. Y. TRASK, Marine Surveyor. 

A. BOCQUERAZ, Shea, Bocqueraz & McKee, M'chts. 

A. RIDER. 

W. L. ELLIOTT, U. S. A. 

E. M. ROOT, of Root & Sanderson, Merchants. 

D. H. HASKELL. C. P. R. R. 

L. CUNNINGHAM. 

H. B. UNDEUHILL, S. P. R. R. 

P. J. WHITE. 

SACRAMENTO. 

JAMES PARIS, Capitalist. 



Office in Sai Francisco, No. 405 California Street. 



CHAS. A. LATON. Secretary. 



JOHN H. WISE, President. 



J, ©. JiHiiifi I it 

Importers, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In every ilescrlpiion oi 



Saddlery, Harness Hardware, 

WMI'FS, LE^ylTMEB €0EiL^mM^ ET€. 

12 and 14 Pine Street, near Front, 



JOHN .M. JcMNSON. 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



I'EM. B. HiiRTON. 



Kirby's Santa Cruz Leather, and Hill's Concord Harness. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. XXVll 

Tbe Hibornia Samfs ad Loan Sociotj. 



IKCORPORATED 18tU APRIL,, 1859. 



Office - - N. E. Corner Montgomery and Market Streets 



The objects for which this Association is formed are, that by its operations the depositors thereof may be 

enabled to tind a 

Secure and Profitable Investinent for Small Savings, 

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



OFFICERS. 



Peesident M. D. SWEENY Tkeasdrer EDWARD MARTIN 

Vice-President C. D. O'SULLIVAN Attorney RICHARD TOBIN 

Any person can become a depositor of this Society on paying an entranco fee of TWO DOLLARS, 
and subscribing to the By-Laws. 

Deposits can be made of any sum from ONE DOLiLAR to any amount. Loans made 
on security of Real Estate ^vitliin tlie city and county. 



Golden State and Miners' 

IRON WORKS 

WALES L. PALMER.Pres't I. W. Knox. Sec'7 

MANUFACTURE 

Castings and Machineey 

Of all kinds, at greatly Retlnced Rates. 



STEVENSON'S PATENT MOULD-BOAUD AMALGAMATORS, 

GOLDEN STATE SUCTION AND PRESSURE BLOWERS. 



Nos. 237 to 257 First St., San Francisco. 



XXviii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

^ j,T)OLPHE LOW ^. (.^ 

miUilN ?^io u Her cliaii t >i$ 

208 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



OFFICE Ilf NEW YOSK, 42 CEDAM ST. 



Literal Aflyances iiiaile oi Caiisipineiits. 



U. L. Dolun:. I.. II. SWKKNKV. ,1. K. KldiLF^^^. 

DODGE, SWEENEY Jl CO. 

IMPORTERS 

Wholesale Provision Dealers 

AM) ( O M M I S^IQH M E RC H AKTSe 
^o. 400 Front Street, San Francisco. 

Sole \genta for f.ibby, .^liXfill iSi; I>ilil>y''H Cookt-d ( oriiid Kcif niifl Ton$;uo$, H. M. 
I)ii|U>e^M (liicajfo lliiiiis iiikI ('oliiiuliia I{iv<>r Siiliiioii Co. 



.1. B WudSTKH. <•. I'. lirUHKLr,. I>. I>. SIIATTUCK. 

wooster, hubbell k co. 
Commission Merchants, 

riii)iiir!rrs and WliolcKiilo DtaliTS in 
l*KOVISIO\S. Kl TTKK, ClIKKKE. ETC., ETC. 

Nos. 317 and 319 Front Sired. .... 310. 312 and 314 Commercial Street, 

p. o. Box iio.j. SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Tk Black Diamonil Coal Mining Co. 

STEAM AND HOLSE COAES BY THE CARGO, AND TO 
SHIPS AND DEALERS. 



OFFICE, - - - S. E. CORNER SPEAR AND FOLSOM 

P. B. CORNWALL, President 



BOILER WORKS 

MlAFB, f HKLJR S CB, PnirlilDB, 

Office and Works, - - 310, 312, 214 Spear Street, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



The well known reputation of Mr. McAfee as a First Class Boiler IVIaker, 

ynth the best advantages of the market in buj-ing our material, and a thorough knowledge 
of the quality of the difierent brands of iron, enables us to fill orders exactly suited to the 
requirements of our customers, at the lowest prices, and with the best workmanship. 



MARINE and STATIONARY BOILERS, IRON TANKS, and ^all 
kinds of PLATE WORK. 



SOLE BUILDERS FOR CALIFORNU OF THE 



FIRMENICH PA TENT SAFETY STEAM BOILER 

All kinds of Repairs done at the Least Expense consistent ^vitli Efficient ^ork. 
Tubes Welded about as good as ne«-, at extremely Lio^v Rates. 




MISSION STREET 



San Francisco 



CBelStenartaMSnear, 



All kinds of Repairing done. All work executed with neatness and dispatch. 



XXXll 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



C. D. WHEAT 





\i 




Commissioner of Deeds 



For all the Principal States and Territories. 



ALSO 

If ij( plijtf I If Hf rill |fli!H(ii$$ioH iDf ttf 



<$> 



% 



No. 501 CALIFORNIA ST. 



Stevenson's Building, 



San Francisco. 



M I ivTn; s I isrcrjortr^on. ja^TiES id 



And all lunds ot InslrunieEls drawn dp Id Legal Form on Reasonalile Terms. 



PARTirtTI.AR ATTKNTrON PAID TO 



South Beach. Potrero and South San Francisco Property. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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J. AsTOsno Sai^zab. 
Eapaxl Gaixegos. 



Eduabdo Montealkgre. 



f.T. M. Mo.NTEALECRE, Jr. 

I Majjuel Mon'tealegrk. 



MONTEALEGRE & CO. 






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AND 




230 CALIFOENIA STREET 

San Francisco. 



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SUCCESSOR TO 
MANCFACTUKER AND DEALER IN 




nkor 



No. 218 SACRAMENTO STREET 



3B :E T T^T" :E3 E M" DE* H. O ^J T -A. UN" id id .A>"V7" ijs 



San Francisco 



XXXIV 



SAX FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



JUSTIN'S PATENT 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Wli-MILLS d HORSE-POWERS 

For all purposes, such as Pumping Water for Irrigation, Watering Stock. Chopping Feed. Churn- 
ing. Sawing Wood, Running IVIachinery for Manufacturing. Mechanical or other purposes. 



The Simplicity and Perfection of these Machines 

is the result of "39 years' experience 

in California. 





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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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211 and 213 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

HARRY H. BODWELL, ... 



Proprietor 



The opinion has become quite prevalent that Windmlils are 
not to be relied uiion, eitlji-r to witlistaad vif>!ent storiiis or to 
perform tlieir work In very lietit wimlf. Such opinion i.s doubt- 
less true with reganl to ninuvof the mills made in California, and 
especially true with regard to most of those sent here from the 
East. It is, however, an injustice towards the few mechanics 
wlio havL' made wind power a stuiiy and a specialty for many 
years, to class the jiroductiojis of their labor with those of the 
many who pretend to be windmill maicer.-, but who have com- 
paraliv^dy litlleexperienceor practical linowledgeof the business. 
We were the inventors, more tlian ten years ago, of the sin- 
gle cross-vane windmill. The demand for them gradually 
increased, until they have come into more general use than any 
other mills. Of course, other parties were induced to make an 
imitation of them, and some to make use of Its name, 
"Excelsior." A man is desirous of purchasing a windmill, 
and starts in pursuit of the factory. Presently lie sees a sign, 
I "Windmills," walks in and inquires: " Is this the place where 
I they make the Exoel»«ior Windmill ? •' The answer is : 
I " Yes sir— () yes, we make them," or words to that eti'ect, and the 
gentleman really thinks he is purchasing an ExoelMor. We 
' have recently caused the name to be registered in the U. S. I'atent 
Office as our Trade Mark, and hereby caution all persons not to 
make unlawful use of the spme. 

The Exoelsior was awarded the first or cash premium at 
the ('al. .'^tate Agricultural Fair in 1872— the only time ever ex- 
hibited there. It has taken a larger number of premiums at the 
Mechanics' Institute Fairs, in 8an Francisco, than any other 
windmill. 

We have of late made material improvements in their con- 
struction. They are adjustable and self-regulating, are verv sub- 

.-tantially built, and with reasonable care will last from twenty-live 

to thirty years. Kevolving horizontally upon anti-friction balls 
enables them to catch the slightest breezes, and they will run in lighter winds than any other mills, and violent storms 
very seldom Injure them. They are always under perfect control, a child b^ing able to operate them. 

The cut, engraved from a photograph, represents the style and apiiearance of the improved or forty -fan Excei.siok. 
They are made in twelve sizes, from twelve-foot to forty-foot diameter of wheel. A larger stock and assortment kept 
on hand than can be found in the State. Every mill fully guaranteed. 




EXCELSIOR EXCELSIOR 

Wmdmill. i Mprovel Windmai, 



HORSE-POWER 



LITTLE GIABfT (3 Horses). 




These machines are complete in every detail, and possess 
every improvement and advantage that can be combined in 
Sweep Horse-Powers. They have an advantage over any other 
horse-power in this market, viz: our application of the patent 
rubber draw-spring, which prevents any breakage of the gears 
by any sudden start, or jumping, or fractiousness of the horse ; 
and when used for pumping, materially lessens the jerking 
motion on the lever, caused by the change of motion of the 
piston. 

These Powers have dust-proof and self-oiling journals ; are 
simple, strong, durable and cheap. Having succeeded in making 
them much superior to those which have been imported from 
the East, we have virtually stopped their importation. 

We furnish with these Powers, when desired, any size of 
belt wheels, or style or weight of balance wheels, combined 
with a movable crank-pin for pumping, and counter-balance 
when needed. 



W^FMM WmMMB^ PWM'PBs Pl^MB^ MF€i 



JLT XjO^WEST I^-A.TES. 



JSexicl for- DE*r±c© Hiisit c^zxc^ Circ-u.la,r 



XXXVl SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



^OOetRS, MEYER ^ cq 

§11 ®«ttt'e.ry- Street^ e b ®aa fcsm©|gi©% 
ROBERT RODGERS & CO., Liverpool, 

GRAIN SHIPPERS 

Agents Sea Insurance Company 

(LIMITED) 

DRAW exchange: on eurore 



m. 1. WttlilAMi 

Real Estate Agent 

740 FOURTH STREET. 



Ground to Lease for a term of years, conveniently situated to the 

Southern and Central Pacific R. R. Depots, and 

also to the Wharves. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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t_j:boi=»oi_.id i^xjh 






(Formerly of the U. S. Mint, S. F.) 



$f^jff ^i Hefa 





No. 611 COMMERCIAL STREET 

Above Montgomery, SAN FRANCISCO, CAIi. 



WASHING AMMONIA. 

The Cheapest and Best Article for Softening Hard Water, Removing 
Grease from Clothing, etc. For Sale by all Grocers. 



For Sale at tlie &as Works M all Coal Yards. Also. COAL TAR. 



THE DR. BLY ARTIFICIAL LIMBS 




Witliout 
Lateral Motion. 



■ MANUFACTURED BY 



No. 9 GEARY STREET, 

JUNCTION OF MARKET AND KEARNY, 

Where he will continue the manufacture of the "Anatomical " 
and the best of other first-class Artificial Legs ; also repairs Ar- 
tificial Limbs of all kinds. 




Univerfal 
Ankle Motion. 



ARTIFICIAIi ARMS OP THE BEST KINDS AT EASTERN PRICES. 

Descriptive Circulars, Blanks for taking Measurements, with instructions and Price List, free on application, as above 



J. M. NEVILLE. 



GEO. H. BRYANT. 



NEVILLE & CO. 

31 and 33 California Street, - - S. E. Corner of Davis, 



BAGS, TENTS, HOSE, TWINES AND AWNINGS 



Orders Respectfully Solicited. 



XXXVlll 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



The Price, or Petaluma Press. 



THE PRICE PRESS CO. 



Manufacture atnl keep In >.t'n k the celebrated 
Prire, or Pftaltinia Hay HreHN. 
tbe Faftlest Raling PrcMH in the 

world. <>ver .jOO in u>o. 
The Companv bImi manufacture to order 

tUf full'iwiiiu-: 

Extra Strong and Po'werful Hay 
Presses, It i>uttin;i lo t 'ns or nidve 
in a l)ux car : 

■Wool Presses, horse or hand power : 

Hide Presses, Cotton Presses. 
Hop Presses. Hand Hay Press- 
es. Rag Presses, etc.; 

The Price Excavators 

For Kair or »o Kent nn r.^as^iialilc 
terms. Tlie> iir.' iln- (■liraiieMi iiml 
lUOMt eoononiioal machines fur m<>v- 
Ing earth yet Invented. 

ClrcnlarK containing full information as to 
weight, capacity, etc., sent on application. 

I. J. TRUMAN 

OrriCB WITH ISAKl^K lV II.XMILTuN, 

17 Front, San Francisco. 




BRASS AND BELL FOUNDRY 

138.140 and 142 FREMONT STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

AGENT FOR THE WASHINGTON GAS AND WATER PIPE CO., BOSTON 



MAM K VI I lltKU OK 



Chubch Bells, 

Fahm Bells, 
Steamboat Bells, 

Bells and Gongs, 

Bbass Castings of all 
KINDS, Fire Engines, 

FoBCE AND Lift Pumps, 

HosK Couplings 

ENaiNEERs' Findings of 
ALL kinds, 




Babbitt Metal, 

Wateb Gauges and 
Glass Tubes foe 
Steam Boilers, 

Steam Gauges, 

Magnetic Gauges, 

Steam Cocks and 
Valves of all des- 
criptions. 

Glass Tubes for Boil- 
ers, 
Steam Whistles. 



Root'* Pntont niaat Illower. liyclrii iilir Pl|ie!t and Xozzlfs for Mining Parposea. 
Iron Pip*' Fui-ni*Ii<-<I wKli Kitlinffs. 

GARRATT'S IMPROVED JOURNAL METAL. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



XXXIX 



California Brass and Bell Foundry, 



125 riEST ST. 

Oppposite Minna, SAN FRANCISCO 

WEED & KINGWELL 

AGENTS FOR 

SEIBERT'-S 

Eureka Lubricator, 

BRASS COIPOSITDN, 

ZINC AND BABBITT METAL 
CASTINGS. 



K^Brass Ship Work of all kinds, Spikes, 
Sheathing Nails, Rudder Brices, Hinges, 
etc. Also, Church and Steimboat Bells 
and Gongs. 

Steam, Liquor, Water, Oil and Flange 
Cocks and Valves made and repaired. 

Hydraulic Pipes and Nozales, and Hose 
Couplings and Connections. 




PIONEER IRON WORKS 

Nos. 225 and 227 Beale Street, 

Between Howard and Folgom, ------ SAN FRANCISCO 



M A N U F A C T U Ri: R 



STEEL LINED 

Bank Vaults and Safes 

PRISON CELLS 

FIRE-PROOF DOORS 

Wroiiglit Iroi 




s=- Bussy's 6,000.000 Combination 
Burglar-Proof 

I OankVaultand Safe Locks 

p NO KEY, 

i SILVER SAFES 

Latest improveil snears, PBncHes, 
Dies, etc., lor Cold Iron Worts. 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND 
A large assortment of Fire-Proof Doors and Shutters. 



xl SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



FultoQ Foundry and Iron Works 

HINCKLEY, SPIERS & HAYES 

(Snccessors to fllncKley & Co. ajid McAIee, Spiers & Ct.) 

OFFICE: . . . 213 FREMONT STREET, above Howard 

WORKS: FREMONT AND HOWARD STREETS 

s-a.it rit-A-nsroisGo, 

MANl FACTIKEKS OF 

STATIONARY AND MARINE 

ENGINES AND BOILERS 

SUGAR MACHINERY 1 

Mining, Mill and Pumping Machinery, and all kinds of Iron Work 

and Castings. 



.IAS. LINFdUTH. AV. A. KICK. E. V. LIXFOKTII. 

Manufacturers' %!its anl Cominisdoii MerUs 



(P.O. Box 2080.) 401 MARKET ST., cor. Fremont, S. F. 



A^entH for BLACK DIAMOND Files and Horse Rasps; BLYMYER MFG. CO.'S Cliurcli 

nn<l ScUool Kells; Fir<- Mann K<-lls, Farm Bells, etc. ; BAR IROX and STKEL ; 

con. and CAHI-K CHAINS; AGRICT LTIRAI., TOOLS, 

Forks, liiK-M, HakfN, Si'ytllt-H, Snatlis, <-tr. 



tlMI><>KTF.R8 AND DF..\LF.B8 IN' 

Iron, Steel and Heavy Hardware 



' AQKNTS FOIi- 



Perkins' Horse Shoes and Globe Horse Nails, Carlton's Axle Set and 

Gauge ; also, a complete stock of Axles, Springs 

and Blacksmiths' Tools, 

413 and 415 Market Street, San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPABTMENT. xli 



CEO. M. WOOD Sl CO. 

i 



AND DEALERS IN FINE STATIONERY 

And manufacturers ami wholesale dealers !n Stoucil Tuols and Stuck, Key Check Dies, and Stock & Lyon's Head Seal 
Presses, (Jupper Plate Ink, Card Plates, StMicil Alphabrts and Figures, and a splendid assortment of superior hand- 
plated Door Plates, constautly on hand and for sale cheap. 

120 POST STREET, above the White House, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

TO ORDER.— Cards elegantly Printed, ^Vritten and Kngraved. Fine Stencil Name Plates cut in Roman, German 
Text, Old English; also engraved in Writing Style. Steel Name Stamps, Brass and Electrotype Stamps, Burning 
Brands,, Raised Brass Work, etc., etc. 

ENGRAVED WEDDING CARDS A SPECIALTY. 



J. BLOOM. E. KOIINSTAMM. J. STRAUS. 



STRAUS, KOHNSTAMM & CO. 

(Successors to Helbing & Straus) 
IMPOHTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERSJ IX 



CHINA and GLASSWARE, CUTLERY. LAMPS.jCHANDELIERS, SILVER-PLATED and 
BRITANNIA WARE, LOOKING-GLASSES, VASES, Etc. 

Sole Agents for tlie Pacific Slope for the Fire-Proof LA BASTIE Chimneys. 

102 and 104 BATTERY STREET, Cor. Pine, SAN FRANCISCO. 



D. IIUSING. J- JARDIXE. 

atimAs iron mroRKs 

No. 135 BE ALE STREET 

Between Mission and Howard, - - - - - - SAN FRANCISCO 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

E3ix€;lxxos, I^oilors, Slx^rtixxs 

AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINEEY, 



TOOLS AND BAND-SAWS A SPECIALTY. 



'w:ei-.ci3: d^ go. 
IMPORTERS, SHIPPING i COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

Brittan's Building, 109 CALIFORNIA ST, San Francisco, Cal. 



Agents Moody's Saw Mills, - - - Burrarcl Inlet, B. C. 



ANDREW W^ELCH tc CO 19 ToT^rer Chambers, Liverpool, Engr. 

W^ELCH, RITHET & CO Victoria, British Columbia 



xlii SAN FEANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ISAAC E. DAVIS. HENRY COWELL. 



DKALF.ItS IN 






Cement, Plaster, Hair, Marble Dust, Fire Tile, Fire Bricks, Fire 

Clay, Etc. 

211 and 213 DRUMM STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



intipulic anti l^iui $n|lncer 



CHIEF ENGINEER SPRING VALLEY WATER WORKS 
OFFICE .... 516 CALIFORNIA STREET 

iQSEpm F. PQmtiEmEm 

MASlFArTUREU OK 







BAY WINDOWS, CHIMNKY TOPS, UKCK RAILINGS, DOKMKK WIXUOW.S, 
TKRMINAL.S, KTC. TIN, IRON AND SI.ATK ROOFING, 

All Iot)t)in2 prompily anenfled to. 226 iviission street, san francisco 



SILVER PLATER 

And Iiiiportor <)1* Cojk'Ii and Carrijijj^e Ijaiiip.s 

623 SACRAMENTO ST. 

Between MontKOint-ry and K<-arny, - - . - SAN FRANCISCO 



ADVEllTISING DEPARTMENT. xliii 



BROWELL'S 



Patiit IliiRgf fills 

AND 



FIRST PREMIUM awarded by the Twelfth Industrial Exhibition of the 
Mechanics' Institute, San Francisco, September, 1877. 



BroTvell's Patent C'liimiieys can be placed in any part of the house, or attached to the outside of 
any building, with perfect safety. 

They are now in use in the best buildings of San Francisco and Oakland, and have been highly 
approved and recommended by the Board of Supervisors and by the leading Architects of the State. 

They are made of Fire Clay, without Brick or Mortar. No decay to them, no danger, no repairing, no 
dirt, no trouble, perfect ventilation, and are cheap, light and portable ; are Fire and Earthquake proof. 

N. B. — No Galvanized or Black Sheet Iron used in the construction of these Chimneys. 



Terra Gotta Cliimxiey Tops 



AI_L_ SI^ES, FOR SAL_t 



State and County Rights for sale in every State and Territory, except California. 
Apply by letter or in person to tlie Patentee, 



442 Jacboii Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

And 1200 BROADWAY, OAKIiAND 



FOR FULL DESCRIPTION SEE CIRCULARS. 



A. S. ROSENBAUM & CO. 

Importers of Fine Havana 

Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. 

M Sole Agents for tlie CeleDrated Peacli Cake Navy ToMcco 

S. E. COR. CALIFORNIA AND BATTERY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

No. 162 Water Street, New York. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 




If" t" t"~ n- ••? ' •? 



Constantly on hand, a Large and Complete Assortment of 

MANILA CORDAGE, 

Whale Line, Bale Rope, Tarred Manila Rope, Etc. 

MAMFACTUKED FRCOI 

Office at TUBBS & CO., 61 I and 613 Front St. 

MANUFACTORY AT THE POTRERO. 



K«-tall Denier in the Finest Brands 



HAVANA CIGARS, 

MEERSCHAUM PIPES, ETC. 

'jp x^ T JG jpi ^^ m- M'M'M m M 

Junction of MARKET and POST Streets, and Southeast Corner FIFTH and MARKET Streets, 



ROTHSCHILD & EHRENPFORT 
Wholesale Qandy Maiiuf aetntesi 

Imi>orteu8 and Dkai.f.km in 

f()ki:i<;n and domestic^ nuts, etc. 

408 Clay Street, • - • Between Sansom and Battery. San Francisco 

Steam Candy Factory, 408 Clay Street. 



ADVEKTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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NATHANIEL GRAY. 



C. S. WRIGHT. 



.1. A. CAMPBELL. 



N. GRAY & CO. 

WIIOI.KSALE AND RETAIL 

UNDERTAKERS 

641 Sacramento Street 

CORNER OF WEBB, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



THK TRADE SUPPLIED WITH 



Cofi&ns and Coffin Trimmings, Hearses and Hearse Plumes 

AND EVERY ARTI3LE IN THE LINE, ON LIBERAL TERMS. 



AGENTS FO.: HA Hh TOW'S PATENT METALLIC 



BURIAL CASES 



p.. ^^i% 



J?5 






EN&BAVER 




m CASKETS. 



611 

Washington Street 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

ESTABLISHED 

1849 



GToHTsr 3VLja.i-.ii.oixr 



F^^CXlFXa 



Blass liimi, Cutting, Mmi i Dssipin^ Works 

19 FKEMONT STEEET, SAN PEANOISOO. 



Glass-Cattingf, Stalnlngr, Embossing and Dfsijsrning in all its brancheg. Bending of 

Glass a Specialty. 



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ATKINS MASSEY. 



iiSSEY k YUilB 

UNDERTAKERS 

65 1 Sacramento Street 

Pirst house below Kearny SAN FKANCISOO, OAL. 




BARSTOW'S AND OTHER METALLIC CASKETS 

Al'ways on hand. Everything- in our lino ■\will be furnished on the 
most liberal terms. 



CORNELIUS O'DONNELL 

Manulacturer aM Dealer m 

Morocco. Kid. Goat and Sheep Skins 

607 and 609 BRANNAN STREET 
S«uth side, between Fifth and Sixth ..... SAN FRANCISCO 

TffMMAs n:M)i:i:i;\<T. iikmjy s. .^smith. 



PEMDEBC^msT & EMnm 



M AM I All IIIKIIS OK 



IRON CASTINGS AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS 

Sole Manufacturers of O. AV. ^Vhite•B Patent Rotary Furnace and Dryer, 
for reducing Gold, Silver and Quicksilver Ores. 

217 Fremont Street - . . . Bet. Howard and Folsom 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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115 Pine Street, _ - . - San Francisco 

Sole Agent for tlie Pacific Coast for 

DUPONT'S mmi MUSKET, BLASTING, MINING aTe SPORTING 



EAGLE SAFETY FUSE 



NEVER FAILING BRANDS OF FUSE 

Viz : Triple Tape, Double Tape, Single Tape ; Cement No. 2, Cement No. 1 ; 
Hemp, Waterproof and Submarine. 



WKVCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. 'S 

SPORTING RIFLES, CARBINES AND MUSKETS 

Metallic Cartridges, both Central and Kim Fire, for all kinds of Rifles and Pistols. Brass and 
Paper Shotgun Shells, Reloading Tools, Primers and parts of arms. 



FRANCISCO DANERI. 



HENRY CASANOVA 



■DEALEES IN- 



Ml Lipors and Groceries 

No. 504 FKONT STREET 

Between Jackson and "Washington, San Francisco. 



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OF HAMBURG. 



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CAPITAL 



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$1,125,000 



GEO. MARCUS & CO., Agents, 

304 CAIilFORNIA STREET, .... SAN FRAXCISCO 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



aT l§u;,f~ai? ^ffimti^ 



SOUTHWEST CORNER BATTERY AND UNION STREETS. 

(IXCORPORATED) 



C-A.FIT-A.X. $500,000 



And possesses n capacity eqaal to tbe refining' ot Twenty Tbonsand Tons annually. 
Supplies the Kxporters and Jobbinjf Trade -^vitli all grades of 

HARD AND COFFEE SUGARS AND SYRUPS. 

Special atieniion given to ilie making and pacKlng ol Loal Sugar lor Exportation. 

Sole Patentee fur the SIaxvfai ti re hk the Celebrated 

EXTRA FINE CUBE SUGAR 

Put up in ^-25 lbs., 5U ]bs. and 100 lbs. Cases, and also 
in Bbls. and Half llbls. 



Office at the Refinery, 



S. W. Cor. Union and Battery Sts. 



HERMAN MEESE, President. 



My. SAIZER & m. 



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AGENTS FOR 



NORTH GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. . . . OF HAMBURG 

NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY ... OF NEW YORK 

MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. ... OF NEW YORK 

DANUBE IMPERIAL ROYAL PRIVILEGED AUSTRIAN INSURANCE CO. 
(Marine Branch) .... OF VIENNA 

HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET CO. WEST INDIA LINE 



OFFICE i 

213 Sansom Street, San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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It. lintiis' I 



841 MARKET STREET AND 344 JESSIE STREET, 



SAM FRANCISCO, CAIi. 



This Institution, condncted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, was opened for the 
reception of students on the 15th of October, 1855. On the 30th of April, 1859, it was 
incorporated and empowered to confer degrees and academical honors in all the learned 
professions, and to exercise all the rights and privileges common to any other literary 
institution in the United States. The design of this Institution is to give a thorough 

Eilisl, Classical, Malleniallcal an! PMlosopMcal 

^ ^ "O* © «^.^ ^ ©) ^1" 



IT IS INTENDED FOR DAY SCHOLARS ONLY. 



The Course of Studies embraces the Greek, Latin and English Languages, Poetry, 
Rhetoric, Elocution, History, Geography, Arithmetic, Book-Keeping, Mathematics, Chem- 
istry, Mental, Moral and Natural Philosophy. The study of the French and Spanish Lan- 
guages, Vocal Music, Short-Haxid and Practical Telegraphy ai'e optional. 

Besides the Classical, there is a Prei^aratory and Elementary Department for the 
younger students. Its object is to qualify the pupil for the higher studies. 

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



Ji^ COli-IFLETE 



HAS BEEN RECEIVED FROM PARIS. 

The Laboratory contains over Two Hundred and Fifty PURE CHEMICALS, and all that is ne- 
cessary for the most complicated Manipulations and Analysis. 

THE COLLEGE HAS, MOREOVER, A COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS 



The "St. Ignatius' College Band ;" the " Ignatian Literary Society," for exercise in 
debate ; and the two " Phllhistorian Debating Societies," to promote the knowledge of 
History, are established in the College for the improvement of the pupils and young gen- 
tlemen of good standing. 



JOHN PINASCO, S. J., President. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIBECTOEY. 



No. 263 Clementina St., near Fourth 





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IICilL mil IW^ 



IN ALL IT.S VARIOUS BRANCHES. 



Hoof Evils, such as Toe and Quarter Cracks, Uneven 

Growth of Wall Contraction, Thrush, Qu'tfors 

and Lameness arising; from neglect of 

care or improper shoeing, treated 

with radical success. 




Interfering, Overreachlni?, Speedy Cut- 
ting, Knocking at the Knee .lolnts, Hitch- 
ing, etc., proniptly checked, through 
scientific treatment of the adVcted parts. 



Sensible Paring of the Hoofs 

According to natural structure of skeleton 
part!!, and S;> luniotrioal Nhooing: 

to size and work of the horte, from the 
finest saddle pony up to the heaviest 
American draft horse. 




Charges Moderate, and in accord- 
ance with quality of 
work done. 



I aUo teach, If desired, an unwritten 
chain of the Practical Knowledge of pre- 
venting Malformations, as well as the 
treating of them with success, as far as 
Is practlcahle, on horses of considerable 
value, where thenecessaryevllof shoeing 
will permit. 



NOTICE TO THE PUIlt-lC— I formerly had my busines leased out, but I have ngrain 
resumed business.— COL. W. H. BROWN. 



COL. W. H. BROWN 

Contracts for and attends to all Orders for 




r^Hf 




Removing Nuisances from Privies, Yards, etc.; also, 
Cleaning, Laying and Repairing Servers. 



ALL WORK PROI<fPTLY EXECUTED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. PARTICULAR 
ATTEXTIOX PAID TO NEATNESS AND CLEANLINESS. 



Please Leave your Orders at my Office. 

6 Mills' Place, - - - opposite Centre Market 

BETAVEEN SUTTER AND POST STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO, 

I thnnk tlie public for their lil>ernl patronat;*- for the last 2C> years, and >vould re- 
spectfully ask a continuance of the Hame. I remain, your friend, COL. W. H. BROWN 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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A. M. JEWELL. 



C. A. IIOOI'KR. 



G. W. HOOPER. 



i M. JEllL I Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Also, all kinds of House; 
Finish. 



FACTORY AND OFFICE 




Berry Street, between Third and Fourth. 



SEND FOR CATALOGUE OF MOULDINGS AND BRACKETS. 



BOYAL OF UMPOOL 



EMablisIied 1843. 



NOEWICH UNION 

Kstablished 1821. 



M LANCASHIEE 



Combined Assets and Capital, - - $27,859,871.74 

Losses mi lere immediately on afliislment, in U. S. GOLD COIN. 



G-eneral Agents 

ITo- 4SO 0-A-LIFOS.lSri-A. STREET. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



$« CH 






Awarded First Premiums at 10th and 12th Industrial Fairs of the Mechanics' Institute. 




Cor. FrcDioiit aiid Mission Sts., San Francisco, 
Patent Ore Concentrators 

BATTERY ORE FEEDERS, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. MACHINISTS' TOOLS, 

Dealer li all Hids of JlatMaery. steam Eaane Governors. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT 

AND GENERAL PURCHASING AGENT 

AGENT FOR THE PACIFIC COAST FOR THE FOLLOWING STANDARD GOODS: 

Procter & Gamble's Candles and Soaps, Gilbert's Starcb, Dooley's Yeast Po-»vder, A. 
Field's Oysters, Evans, Day & Co. 's Oysters, Bnclteye Corn, J. Hill's Corn, and 
all kinds Eastern Canned Goods. S^vift & Courtney's Parlor SlatcUes, Pride of 
the Kitclien Soap, Alderney Brand Condensed Milk, Wliyland's Big Bonanza 
Soap, Higgins' Salt, Arbuckle's Ariosa Coffee, Frazer's Axle Grease, and Eastern 

goods generally. 

8!^= Partlcnlar attention paid to conslfrnnients and tiie satisfactory sale of same. Purchase and shipment of all Cali- 
fornia and Oregon Products attended to promptly and to the best advantage. Will attend to forwarding of goods to any 
part of the coast, or to Eastern or Foreign Port«. 



A. D. STARR. 



A. W. STARR. 



A. BANNISTER. 



STARR A CO. 

Proprietors STARR MILLS, Vallejo 




IS 



16 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

20 Bnms-wiek Bmldings, 



Liverpool 



Optician d Maibatical Instrment Maker 

m MOHTGOMERT ST., SAN FRANCISCO, 



Instrnments made to order, Repaired and Carefully Adjusted. 



NEWBAUEE & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



te@ii@lltaa Mat®' 



Our Slatches are Sure, and Warranted to -tvitlistand Dampness of every climate, and 
be good for any len^h ot time. 



Factory, POTRERO. Office, 221-225 FRONT STREET. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIKECTORT. 




H. M. DKEW. 



JESSE & DREW, 

Stair Builders 

SOUTH POINT MILL, 
Berry St., bet. Third and Fourth. 



Constantly on hand and made to order, 
Stair Rails, Posts, Balusters, etc. 



<«i^ %M'm^ji 



\rM- 



/A ^^1. 



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ORGAN BUILDER 

^Jo. 127" 3E»«,so Street, iSa^xa. I'x-a.ixcisco 

MaXUFACTIHF.R AXI> KeI'AIRER of all kinds llF 



^^AIl orders to above address will receive prompt attention. ^^I 



S. p. TAYLOR & CO. 

Mam I -\i I iiicio ami 1ii:m.ii;> in 

Printing, Manila ^ Straw Papers, Paper Bajs, Twines, Etc. 

DEPOT OF THE PIONEER AND EAGLE PAPER MILLS 
lie. (LAV sTin:i:T. 



I'. Amu ran, Sou KrantUco. 



I'. \a.v IU:\ f.k, Nii|.n ('lt\ 



I'. ('Mii'V, Snii Kraiulsco. 



C ANDURAN & CO. 

iMroKTtniS of AND Dk.AI.KHS IN 



I'Riil'RIKTOHS l>F 1 MK 



UNCL[ SAM WIN[ CELUfiS UNO DISTILLERy, ANO WINE VINEGAR, NAPA CIT! 

Nos. 515 and 517 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



ARTHUR IVIcCUIRE 



(Successor 10 B. H. FREEMAN & CO.) 




No. 415 MISSION STREET 



Adjoining Mechanics' Mill, bet-wecn First and 
Fremont Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Scroll Imi d hmi 



lAHO&ANY, BLACK WALNUT AND CEDAR FOR SALE m 



Constantly on hand and made to order, Stair Rails, 
Posts, Balusters, etc-, etc. 




Bom IL Steui Fm Mm 



Agency, 



No. 319 California Street, S. Fp 



Notice is hereby given that arrangements have been entered into between the 



ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMFANV 

AND THK 

For the forwarding of Treasure to the Bank of England and to the Bank of 
France, and Hamburg, by the steamships of the two Companies, under 
through bills of lading, for delivery at destination by the Packets of the 
Koyal Mail Steam Packet Co 

The following Steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. leave Aspinwall for 
the West Indies and Southampton, calling at Cherbourg, France, to land ^ 
passengers, on the 6th and 22d of each month. 

BEGISTERED TONNAGE. HORSE POWER. 

PARA 3, 8 05 600 

DON .3. 8 05 000 

moselle: 3, 353 600 

NILE 3,994 600 

TASMANIAN 3,956 600 




Captain L T. Moir. 

" R. Wood'tvard. 

" C. Taylor. 

" R. Revett. 

" E. Kemp. 

EETURN TICKETS, available for twelve months, issued at a reduction of 25 per cent. 

The Company also dispatches an Extra Steamer from Aspinwall on the 23d of each month, for Bremen, 
which affords great facilities to shippers of cargo for Bremen and Hamburg. 

Through First Class Tickets are issued from San Francisco to Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton, 
at $200 U. S. Gold. » 

For further particulars, etc., apply to the Company's Agent, 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTOKY. 






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SOUTHWEST CORNER BATTERY AND UNION STREETS. 

(INCORPORATED) 



C-A.F I T ^ft.3L. $500,000 



And possesses a capacity equal to the refining' of Twenty Thousand Tons annually. 
Supplies the Exporters and Jobbing Trade -^vith all grades of 

HARD AND COFFEE SUGARS AND SYRUPS. 

Special attention given to me maKina and packina; 01 Leal Sugar lor Exportation, 



S'1LE Patentke fiik iHE Manukactire of the Cei.ehrated 

EXTEA PINE CUBE SUGAJJ 

Put up in 25 ll>s., 50 lbs. and 100 lbs. Cases, and also 
in Bbls. and Half Bbls. 

Office at the Refinery, - - S. W. Cor. Union and Battery Sts. 
HERMAN MEESE, President. 




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On hand and 
No. 322 MAIN STREET, 



Made to Order 
Between Folsom and Harrison 



Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinners' Trimnnings, Etc. 

MRiuifnrtiiriTs of Ships" Stoves (suitiiblc for vessils of from 'JO to i.^OO tons), Ships' Water 
Closets, iliiinacle Lamps, Side I^ights, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron AVare, etc. 

O. K. FOUNDRY, 228 MAIN ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Manufacture nil kinds of Light imd Ornumental Castings, Stoves, etc.. etc. Smooth Cast- 
ings a specialty. Grates and Fire Backs for KaiiKos. Ag.nt for Albion Pottery, Antioch, Cal. 

Mamifuctiiro all kln<ls of Stove and Range Linings. Baclts nnd Checks for Marble Mantels, 
Vases, Hanging Baskets, Tileing, Drain and Chimney Pipes, < tc. 

12-14 Market St., and 9-il Sacramento St., San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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iH-HM nEE warn coim 

K?'A11 Risks talcen by this Company are participated in by three of the larg^est 

German Fire Insurance Companies, representing an ag'g^regate 

Capital and Surplus of 64,000,000 Marks, or 

$16,000,000 U. S. Gold Coin 



hiikii W Marine Imrasce Conifan; 

OF iva:.A.a-3DEBXJE.a-- 
Paid up Capital 3,000,000 Marks 



General Agents 
307 CALIFORNIA STREET, - - - SAN FRANCISCO 



All Losses will be promptly paid here, in V. S. GOLD COIN, as soon as claims 

are adjusted. 



K M, 



Hard Wood 



OAWIIlli, PLAfflR III TURNING ESTABLISHMENT V 
ai BEE HIVE MANDFAGTORI 

KORBEL BROS.' MILI^S, Cor. FIFTH AND BRYANT STS. 



MURRAY MCKINNIE 

Architectural and Ornamental 

^A/QOD Carver 

IRON, ZINC AND COMPOSITION ORNAMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA MILLS 
Cor. Howard and Spear Sts., San Francisco 



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SAN FPtANCISCO DIKECTOr>Y, 



IRA P. RANKIN. 



A. P. BRAYTON. 



PACIFIC IRON WORKS 

First and Fremont Sts., between Mission and Howard, San Francisco, Cal. 




PACIFIC IRON WO|?^S 




ESTABLISHED IN 1850. 



• M \M KAOn IIKHS 



ENGINES and BOILERS, Marine and Stationary, PUMPING, HOISTING and MINING Machinery, 

Including Batteries, Amalgamating Pans and Settlers, Concentrators, Ore 

Feeders, Crushing Rolls and Rock Breakers. 

Also, WATER .TACKKT SMKI.Tl\(i Fl'RNACKS, far U«'<Iuciii»; L,<-nd, Silver and Cop- 
per Ort'H; Q.ui<'kMilv<-r Kuriiiict's : Kt-tortH and ConflciisiTN ; KOASTIXG mid 
Cill.OKODIZI.Nti KlitNACICS: Siitfiir >lill MiicIiiiKM-y ; Propeller 
iiiid Sleiiiiiboal Kntfin*)*, AVater AVIieelH, eir., all of (lie 
latest and iiioHl approvt'd eoii^triictioii. 

Agents for tlie Allen Kn^fine <>overnor, llailoy Air Compressor, Howell's Improved 

White Knrnaei', Wlieeler Ore llrraker, Walker^s Compound Steam 

I'liiiipx, <>tr. Hruekiier CyllndtT Furiiares. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ADOLPHUS PENEBESKY 
HOUSEMOVER. 



1615» 3VC^.s<33:x Si;iroo"t 



BOX BRANDS 



Artistic Designs in Box Brands 

Nl. SCHMIDT & CO., 

41X C:3Ij.A.-S- ST. 



W. H. HYDE. 



H. CHESTER. 



HYDE Sl CHESTER, 

Contractors for 

Imi, tmi anl Lowsring Wool or hi Iiiil% 

Or for taking out or putting on board 

STEAM BOILERS, SHAFTS, OR ANY HEAVY WEIGHTS, 

Moving Locomotives, etc., etc. 
No. 645 Mission St., bet. Second and Third. 

S»C?X1.X3'\7^J5, lETO., TO IjE3T. 




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Grinding and Saw-Filing Association 

2420 Post Street, San Francisco. 

Butchers' Tools of all descriptions for ."^ale at tlie Lowest Trlec;. Orders from the country promptly attended to. 



Ix SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



GEORGE CAMPBELL. E. D. HEATLEY. 

DICKSON. DE WOLF & CO. 



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ill niriitii 



410, 412 and 414 BATTERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 




Cailiell, Heatley & Co., ■ ■ 11 (Jeorp Yarfl, Lomteril Street, Loira. 



SOLE AGENTS OF THE CELEBRATED 



OATHERWOOD'S WHISKIES 

Viz.: A. A. A., Century, Eureka, Cranston, Etc. 



F. M. TRUWORTHY 
ZINCOGRAPHER 



AND MANCFACTUKEU i)F 



STENCIL PLiTES, Umi ETC. 

Also, Rubber Stamps and Rubber 
Printing' Wheels, 

318 FRONT STREET, - ■ CORNER COMMERCIAL 



Stencil Brushes, Cluks and Caps. 



ADTERTISING DEPARTMENT. Ixi 



ui k-TlRHOUSE A LESTER 



i2s^i30Daa?EK,s OIF 



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Carriage and Wagon Materials 

AXLES, SPRINGS, CARRIAGE HARDWARE AND 

TRIMMINGS. 

SARVEN'S PATENT WHEELS. 



WOOD HUB WHEELS, BODIESlAND GEARINGS 



Wheel Factorj and Machine Department at Sacfamento. 



Sole Agents lor tue Pacific coast lor 

9 



ADJUSTABLE 

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29 and 31 Fremont St., San Francisco. 

200 and 202 J STREET, .... SACRAMENTO. 



NEW YORK OFFICE : 121 and 123 FRONT STREET. 



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NGlWPjtV^OOP 




ADVERTISING DETARTMENT. 



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"rROIIf[]¥I£R'S 

Ext ract ovM ALT 

The rapidly increasing demand for Qur Extract of Malt, during the four years that it has been 
manufactured and offered to the medical i^rofeBsiou in America, justifies the belief that in its production 
here we are meeting a generally felt want. 

Long experience in manufacturing Malt Extract has enabled us to completely overcome the many 
difficulties attending its manufacture in large quantity ; and we positively assure the profession that our 
Extract of Malt is not only perfectly pure and reliable, but that it will keep for years, in any climate, 
without fermenting or moulding, and that its flavor actually improves by age. Our Extract is guaranteed to 
equal, in every respect, the best German make, while, by avoiding the expenses of importation, it is afl'orded 
at less than half the price of the foreign article. 

The Malt from which it is made is obtained by carefully malting the very best quality of selected 
Toronto Canada Barley. The Extract is prepared bv an nipnovED process, which prevents injury to its 
properties or flavor by excess of heat. It represents tlie soluble constitaents of Malt and 
Hops, viz: Malt Sugab, Dextkine, Diastase, Kesin and Bitteb of Hops, Phosphates of Lime and 
Maonesia, and Alkaline Salts. 

Attention is invited to the following analysis of this Extract, as given by S. H. Douglas, Professor of 
Chemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor: 

TROMMER EXTRACT OF MALT CO.:— I enclose herewith my analysis of your extract of Malt: 
Malt Sugar, 46.1; Dextrine, Hoj)-bitter, Extractive Matter, 23.(5 ; Albuminous Matter (Diastase), 2.469- 
Ash— Phosphates, 1.712; Alkalies, .;i77; Water, 25.7. Total, 99.958. 

In comparing the above analy.sis with that of the Extract of Malt of the German Pharmacopoea, as given 
by Hager, that has been so generally received by the profession, I tind it to substantially agree with that ai tide 
Yours truly, SILAS H. DOUGLAS, 

Prof, of Analytical and Applied Chemistr 

This invaluble preparation is highly recommended by the medical profession as a most effective thera' 
peutir agent for the restoration of delicate and exhausted constitutions. It is very nutritious, being rich 
in both muscle and fat producing materials. 

The very large proportion of Diastase renders it most effective in those forms of disease originating in 
imperkect dioestion of the starchy elements of food. 

A single dose ot the Improved Tronimer's Extract of Malt contains a larger quantity of the 
active properties of Malt than a pint of the best ale or porter; and, not having undergone fermentation, is 
absolutely free from alcohol and carbonic acid. 

The dose for adults is from a dessert to a tableapoonful, three times daily. It is best taken after meals, 
pure, or mixed with a glass of milk, or in water, wine, or any kind of spirituous liquor. Each bottle con- 
tains 1J5 Jbs. of the Extract. 



Cub preparations of Malt are for sale by DRUoaisTS generally throughout the United States 

AND CANADAH, at the FOLLOWING PRICES: 

Extract of Malt, with Hojjs (Plain) $1 00 

" " " Pyroi)hosphate of Iron (Ferrated) 100 

" •' " Cod Liver Oil 100 

" " " Cod Liver Oil and lodiile of Iron 1 oo 

" " " Cod Liver Oil and Phosphorus 100 

" " " Alteratives 1 00 

" '• " Hypophosphites 1 50 

" Iodides 150 

" " " Citrate of Iron and Quinla 1 50 

" " " Pepsin 150 



' MANUFACTURED BY 

TROMMER EXTRACT OF MALT CO., - ■ - FREMONT, OHIO. 

€m.itS. E^mM^^Er &^ €Q. 

Agents for Pacific Coast, San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 



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London, Sept. 18th, 1878. 
Dr. Redwood's 17 Bloomsbury Square. 

Analytical Department. 

I have examined the extract of Malt manufactured by the " Trom- 
mer Extract of Malt Company," and judging from its physical char- 
acters and chemical reactions, I am of opinion that it fairly represents 
■what its name indicates — that is, that it is a preparation of Malt in 
■which are contained the essential properties of that substance, -with a 
slight addition of Aromatic Bitter of the Hop. It has the character of 
a soft Extract, in the sense in -w^hich that term is used pharmaeeuti- 
cally, and it has evidently been prepared ■w^ith great care and judg- 
ment, as it retains the property of acting on amylaceous bodies, as 
Diastase does, vrhile the Extract itself bears long keeping without 
change. 

It also possesses the property of forming, ■with Cod Liver Oil, a 
permanent Mixture or Emulsion, in -which the taste of the Oil is very 
effectually covered, and its administration thus greatly facilitated. 

T. REDWOOD, Ph. D., F. R. C. S., etc., 

Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy to the Pharmaceutical 
Society of Great Britain. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




CHAMPION 




DlDloma Sranted at Mecliaiiics' Fair, Boston, Mass., 1878. 

^ Every variety of Meat*, VefjetabUs, Puddings, Rice, Hominy, 
etc., cookfd by steam 

WITHOUT MINGLING THE FLAVORS. 

Used oii iiny STOVE. RANGE or Fl'KXACE. Emits nd offensive odor, aud 
cannot possibly burn the food. S.wes Time, Labor and Fuel. Every lady who 
tries it is enthusiastic in praising it. 

Head the followinR from Mrs. C. A.Vhiton.the well-known catererfor Maspachusetts 
BuUilint', at the Centennial Fair, Philadelphia, and later at Mechanics' Fair, this city. 
Her reputHtion ranks among the highest, and is world-wide: 
To irhom it may roiirern.' JIechamcs" Fair Biilding, Boston, Xov. 5, 1878. 

Tills i> tH tertity tlmt I have had In use in ni.v kitchen, fliiring the continuance of the 
Kair. oiii' cpf Ilr. HnliS ( 'hnmpii.n Steam < 'ookers, and have found It In every respect as 
repri'^cntoil. I cheerfnlly add my testimony In its favor, believing, as I do, that no 
kitchen should be considered complete without It. JIrs. C. A. Vintox. 

RELIABLE AGENTS wanted in every town in the country. Town, County 
and State rights may be obtained and agencies seciired by applying to 

DR. HALE, - - - No. 51 Washin«>toii St., Boston, Mass. 





9S 

\^/ 243 '^k 

XFJTirzisrGS, 

1^ FITTERS'TOOLS&C.'^H 
PIPES CUT^^^ & FITTED 

TO PLANS ,iFURNISHED^ 



i^G. 



PENFIELD 

BLOCK f OIS, 

LOCIO»ORT, 

Niagara Co., - - - Ne-w York. 



Pulley Blocks, 
Iron Sheaves, 



ADYEETISING DEPARTMENT. 



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««<fti && 



:\IAXrFA('TURERS OF 



CRYSTAL GLASSWARE 

BLUE AND WHITE RING JARS (SOLID RING) 

Table Ware, Bar Ware, Patent Glass Covered Candy Jars, Preserves 

and Jellies, 

From 1-4 to 10,000 lbs- Weight, 

True to pattern, soiiud and solid, of unequaled strength, toughness and durability. An 
~ " inv.iluable substitute for forgings or cast ii-ou requiring three- 

fold strent^tLi. Clearing of all Ijinds, Shoei^, Dies, 
Hammerheads, Cro»>shea<l!<» for Locomotives, etc. 



Twelve thousand Crank Shaft!!* of this 
steeel now running proved to be superior 
to Wrought Iron. 



CASTINGS 



Crank Shafts. Crossheads and Gearing are specialties. Circulars and 
Price Lists Free. Address 

CHESTER STEEL CASTINGS CO., 

Works : Chester, Pa. Evelina St., PHILADELPHIA, U, S. A. 



F« ROLLING MILL COMNI 



CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000 



Established for the manufacture of Eailroad and Merchant Iron, Kolled Girders, and 
every variety of Rolled and Hammered Shafting, Eailroad Supplies, Forgings of all kinds, 
Horse Shoe Shapes, Machine and Bridge Bolts, Nuts, "Washers, Boiler Eivets, Harrow 
Teeth, etc., etc. 



Office : 16 First Street, San Francisco, Gal. 

Orders addressed to PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO., P.O. Box 2032. will liave imniediate 

HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON. 



President, - - -• Wm. Alvord. Superintendent, - B. P. Brunner. 
General Manager, L. B. Benchley. Secretary, - Charles M. Keeney. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



m Mcisco MI PMC suss worn 



ESTABLISHED 1865. 



cj. r»raT7^i^i-A.pa-, 



Orexiex'A.l ]\X£&.xxA€exr 



Office and Works, KING STREET, near foot of Fourth, San Francisco. 



MannfactiireTa of aU kinds of GREEN and BLACK GLASSI^'ARE. 
and lettered bettleg fsmisKed at short notice. 



AU kinds of Plain 



C. KEWMAK-S IMPROVED ELASTIC 
DEMIJOIIX. (I'att'iited January -Jtith, 1S75J By re- 
ferring to the t-iiKravIn;,', In the lurefroiind will be seen a 
bottle partially cuvereil; a rppresent> the glasF, b the tule 
reed.andc the wicker-work. Itwlll boseenthat the bottle 
Is first covered with the tule reed— a Kol't elastic f ubstance— 
fornilntr a cushion, on which the rattan Is woven. By 
this means the bottle Is doubly protected, and made doubly 
valuable from Its Immunity from breakage. Its a<ivan- 
tages are so many and obvious, that it needs no argu- 
ment to prove Its nierlts. Those who use demijohns will 
see at once the superiority It possesses over all other cov- 
ered iKittles. 



NEWfVIAN'S 

Improved Box Demijohn. 

i^ I'atf.ntki) Mabch 30t]|, 1875.) 

These boxed demijohns are the simplest, best and cheap- 
est In the market. They are neat In appearance, compact, 
and securely packed, and are always ready tor shipment by 
any conveyance, without danger of breakage. They will 
save 50 per cent. In freight. The demijohn In the box 
being glass, cannot destroy the flavor of the liquid, and, 
consequently should take the place of wooden kegs for all 
purposes. 




This Jar lis'-bi'enixt.ii'.lvily used In the East for several 
years, and from Its slmpllrlty ot const ruction, cheapness and 
reliability, has become one of the most popular Jars now In 
use. 



1? lac Bi 



m FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 

For the Year commencing April, 1879, 



EMBBACINQ A 



GENERAL DIRECTORY OF RESIDENTS 

AND A 

BUSINESS DIRECTOEY; 

AI.SO, 

A DIRECTORr OF STREETS, PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC. 

AND A. RELIABLE ]VCiVf OF THE CITY. 

I 

TOQKTHER WITH 

ers of the Municipal Government, Societies and other Organizations, and a 
great variety of Useful and Statistical Information. 

u 

EXHIBITINa AT A GLANCE 

THE PAST HISTORY KM PRESENT CONDITION OF THE CITY. 



TWENTIETH YEAR OP PUBLICATION. 



COMPrLKD BY 

HENRY a. LANGLEY, 

Sditer of "Faeifis Cosist Basiaeii Sirectorj," " State Segister," and "Pacifls Coast Almasae.'^ 



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SAN FEANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

Ii^I=LO]V: 1S5^ to IS'ZS, 

Twentj/^om^ Volumes Octavo, the whole Forming 
A COMPLETE AND RELIABLE HISTORY OF THE 

CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

From iLs first settlement to the present time. 

ir-or Sa,le, - - P^rlce, S^0_00^ 



HENRY G. LANGLEY, Publisher. 



PREFATORY. 



Number of references contained in the present volume of the San Francisco Directory is one 
hundred and fifty-eight thousand four hundred and fifty-four, viz. : Register of Names, one 
hundred and eight thousand four hundred and fifty-four; Business Directory, twenty-eight 
thousand (estimated); Appendix, twenty-two thousand (estimated). The population of the 
city, March 1st, 1877, is estimated at three hundred and one thousand and twenty ; February 
1st, 1878, three hundred and eight thousand two hundred and fifteen ; April 1st, 1879, three 
hundred and five thousand —decrease during the past year, three thousand two hundred and 
fifteen. The nnmber of names of the adult population contained in the present volume exhibits 
a slight decrease for the past year, but it is believed that the increase in the number of female 
adults and children will nearly make up the difference in the aggregate population when com- 
pared with that of the previous year. 

The number of buildings erected during the year ending March 31st, 1879, is estimated at 
seven hundred and fifty, of which forty-one are of brick. Total number of buildings comprised 
within the city limits is also estimated at twenty-eight thousand seven hundred, of which four 
thousand four hundred and seventy are of brick. 

The bonded debt of the city, June 30th, 1878, was $4,219,500 (exclusive of the bonds for 
the improvement of Montgomery Avenue, $1,579,000, and for the widening of Dupont Street, 
$1,000,000), from which should be deducted the sinking fund on hand, $911,374. 

The expense of maintaining the municipal government for the year ending June 30th, 1878, 
was $5,125,060 ; this amount includes the expenses of the Street Department. The aggregate 
amount expended in this department for the period named amounts to $1,242,160, which in- 
cludes the expenditures by owners of private property for street work during the same period. 

The Introductory and General Review present a dairy of interesting local events of the 
year, brief notices of Schools, piiblic and private, descriptions of Public Buildings, Hotel?, 
Public Parks, and the operations of the different Railroads and Steamship Lines, together with 
references to several other subjects worthy of special mention, and historical data of present in- 
terest, well calculated to make the book a valuable work of reference to future generations. 
But the most interesting features of this department are valuable contributions on the Meteorology 
and Climate of San Francisco from 1851 to 1879, by Henry Gibbons, M. D. ; the Current His 
tory and Progress of the City ; a Review of its Manufacturing mterests, and operations of the 
Public Schools, 1877-8 ; a Chronological History of the City for the year 1878 ; and a state- 
ment of the number of buildings erected during the past year and the aggregate number within 
the city limits. 

The Appendix contains a variety of valuable information connected with the dififerent de- 
partments of the Municipal Government and the officers thereof. 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 ofiicers, notices of local Societies and 
Associations, Churches, Military Organizations, Incorporations, etc. Attention is invited to a 
new and corrected Map of the City and County of San Francisco, which for reliability and beauty 
of execution has never been equaled on this coast, and a revised Street Directory, including the 
new system of numbering the buildings, thoroughly re^^sed, and carefully compared with each 
street and locality named therein. 

The compiler respectfully tenders his thanks to Gen. James Coey, Postmaster of this city, 
for his courteous assistance during the progress of this work through the press. By his kind- 
ness, over eleven thousand notices of new arrivals, removals, etc. , received at the Post Office, 
have been incorporated with the returns of the regular canvass, thereby securing a degree of 
completeness and accuracy for the work considerably in advance of previous years. He would 
also express his acknowledgments for many favors extended by the different public officers, and 
other gentlemen who have been applied to for information, and to his numerous friends for 
their liberal patronage to the work. 



TABLE 


OF CONTENTS. 


TAQE. 

1065 


ALPHABETICAL LISTS OF ADVERTISERS . .5 and S 

CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS 6 

PROGRESS OF THE CITY 9 

Current History 9 


STATE OFFICERS . ; 


STATE APPOINTEES 


1065 


COURTS 


1066 


United States Circuit 

United States District 

Supreme Court California 

Fourth District 

Twelfth District 

Fifteenth District 

Nineteenth District 

Twenty-Third District ■. 


1066 

1066 

1066 

1066 

1066 

1066 

1066 

1066 

1066 


Real Estate 

Outlook for'isrg 


10 

11 


New Buildings for year 1878-1879 


11 

12 




12 




13 




13 


Public Buildings 

Custom House 

U. S. Mint and coinage, 1878 


13 

13 

13 

13 




1066 


Municipal Court of Appeals 


1066 

1066 


City Criminal 

Police 

Justices 

RECLSTERS IN BANKRUPTCY 

CHURCHES 


1066 

1086 

1066 

1066 

1066 


United States Appraiser's Building 

Post-office and its operations, 1878 

U. S. Marine Hospital 


14 

14 

15 

15 


Street Kailroails 

Steam Itailroads 


17 

20 

23 


Baptist 

Conin'egational 

Episcopal 

Evangelical Lutheran 

Hebrew , 

Methodist 

Presbj'terian 

Roman Cathojio 

Sw edenborgian 

Unitarian 

Universalist 

Mariners' 

Reformed Episcopal Church 

Second .\dvLnt Christian 

Seventh \>.iv Adventists 

Disciples of Cllri.^t 

Independent CJennan 

Re-organized Church of Latter Day Saints. 

Christian Bretlaen 

Russian 

Friend-s' Meeting 

Spiritualist Union 

ASSOC 1 ATIONS AND SOCIETIES 

Religious 

Benevolent 

Masonic Fraternity 

I. O. of Odd Fellows 

Temperance 

Protective 

Literary 

Historical 

Social 

MILITARY 


1066 

1067 

1069 

1071 

1072 

107S 

1075 

1077 

1079 

1079 

1080 

1080 

1080 

1080 

1080 

1080 

1080 

1081 

1081 

1081 

1081 

1081 

1081 

1081 

1082 

1093 

1095 

1096 

1097 

1102 

1102 

1105 

lUO 




24 


Water I'Yoiit and Harbor Improvements . . 


25 

25 


Tbeatera 2fi 

I'ublio Sijuares 27 

I'romenades 28 

Water Sui>ply 29 

Public Ubraries 29 

Public Schools 30 

(ViUeKes and Private Schools 31 

Health Department ,...^ 31 

Hospitals 31 

Man\if actures 31 

Banking and Finance 32 

FINANCES CITY AND COUNTY 33 

Bonded Debt, June 30, 1878 33 

Muuiciiial Receipts and Expenditures 1877-1878. . . 33 

Insurance 34 

METK()R< )L()( IICAL OBSERVATIONS 34 

C1IH()N()I,()(!I<'\L HISTORY 37 

STRKKT OTRKl "I'C )Uy 41 

BUILDINiiS. BI.dCKS, HALLS, ETC 64 

I'ublic Buildink'H. Halls 64 

Blocks, Rows, Wliarves 65 

Places of Annisement 65 

Prominent I'laceH 65 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES 66 

Federal 66 

State 66 

(."ity and ( iounty 66 

CITY oKDINANci: Hack and Cab Fares 66 

ADDrrioNAI- NA.MKS. REMOVALS, ETC •.... 67 

RK(;isTi;i; <ii' namks 79 

( 'H 1 M;s K 1)1 K rci Tt )RY 932 

BUSIMvSS DllIKC'K IKY, TRADES, ETC 935 

MUNfcil'Al.fJOVKKNMENT 1053 

Bdunl of Siiii(riisr>r« 1053 


Ignited States Army 

National (iuard California 

(jovernor's Staflf 

Division Staff .• 

Brigade Staff 

First Regiment Infantry 


1110 

1110 

1110 

1110 

1110 

1110 

nil 


Bounl uf r.dui!:ition 


1054 


Third HcKinient Infantry ' 

First Hiittiilioii Cavalry 

First ( allloinia (Juard 

Iiiilipemlent Comi>auie8 

NEWSP.VI'EKS 


UU 

nil 

1112 

1112 

1020 


City and County Otticers 

ELEfrnoN DISTRICTS 


1054 

1056 

1056 




1056 


Senatorial and Asgembly 

City MMd CiMiiilv 

I'OI rcK I)I',|-AI;1MKNT 

KlKi: AI-AliM AND I'OLICE TELEGRAPH. 
FIRK DKl'AKTMKNT 

Otflcers and Organization 

Expenditures 

FIRE PATROl- 

FEDERAL OFFICERS 


1056 

1057 

1067 

1058 

105'.' 

10,59 

1059 

1060 

IWiO 


l'EKIol>IC.\l>S 


.1020 


BAXKS 

I NC( IIU'O RATED COM PANIES 

I N S I ' It AN( "E C( )MPANIES 

IK ).M KSTE A n ASSO( 'I ATIONS 

M1M.\(; COMPANIES 


941 

990 

992 

988 

1015 


'i'i:i,i:(iHAni lines 


1045 


U.VIt.KoAKS 


1031 


( II I'. A N Sl'KA.M ERS 

.STi; A M H( lATS, BAY AND RIVER 

SI'MII', IJNES 


1040 

1039 




10('() 








1061 


EXl'HI'.SSES 


'.73 




lOol 


I'A( 'K I .'IS, SAILING 

CONSI'ES 


1023 

965 


United States Treasury 

United States Mint 


1062 

10(2 


H( )Sl'l'rAL.S 

(m;meteries 


989 

1112 


Poat-ofllce 


1063 

1063 


ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 


land 1U3 







ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

iEtna Insurance Co. .front 

cover 
Anderson & Randolph, 

reg. names, top lines 

.(Etna Iron Works xlvi 

Anduran C. & Co liv 

Anglo-Californian Bank..viii 
Atlas Iron Works xli 

Balzer Henry & Co xlviii 

Bank British Columbia ix 

Bank British N. A xx 

Barrett & Sherwood ii 

Baumgarten A., back cover 

Bay Sugar Refinery xlviii 

and Ivi 
Beamish P., reg. names, 
bottom lines and back 

cover 

Bernard Charles xxiv 

Black Diamond Coal Co. 

xxix 
Blake, Robbins &Co., reg. 

of names. .1040 
Boardman George C, front 

cover 

Bodwell Harry H xxxv 

Booker W. L Iv and front 

cover 

Bradley & Rulofson , ii 

Bragg Robert Ivi 

Bravennan & Levy, front 

cover 
Britton & Rey, register 

of names 1007 

Browell Jeremiah xliii 

Bro^ra W. H I 

Bullock & Jones, register of 
names, bottom lines 
Bus well A., register of 
names, 1041, and front 

cover 

California Brass Foimdry 

xxxix 
California Insurance Co.xxii 

California Wire Works xiv 

Chester Steel Castings Co., 

(Philadelphia) Ixvii 

City Cab and Transfer Co. 

xviti 

Clute & Loveland 950 

Commercial Insurance Co. 

xxvi 

Cope & Davis 950 

Cornwall P.B xxix 

Crockard H xxix 

Crocker H. S. & Co., back 

cover 

Daneri F. & Co xlvii 

Danube Imperial Insurance 

Company xlviii 

Davis & Cowell xlii 

Dickson, De Wolf & Co. ..Ix 
Dickson Robert, front cover 
Dodge, Sweeney & Co. .xxviii 
Dupont Powder Co xlvii 

Eagle Fuse Co xlvii 

Falkuer, Bell & Co Ii 

Firemans Fund Ins. Co., 

front cover and xiii 

Forderer Joseph F ilii 

Frauf-is, Valentine & Co., 
back of volume and . . 1114 

Friedhofer Paul 1 

Fulton Iron Works xl 

Gannon Peter T xliv 

Gariboldi G. G., front 

and back cover 

Garratt W. T xxxviii 

German Fire Ins. Co xv 



PAGE 

German Savings and Loan 

Society xxii 

G'llerC. L 951 

Girard Insurance Co., reg. 

of names, side lines 
Golden State and Min- 
ers' Iron Works xxvii 

Gray M , reg. of names, 

side lines 

Gray N. & Co xlv 

Greeuebaum, Helbing & 

Co 950 

Greenwood W. M. xxi 

Gutte & Frank Mi 

Hale Dr. (Boston, Mass.)lxvi 
Hall Edward F. & Co. . . .950 

Hallidie A. S xii and xiv 

Hamburg-American 

Packet Co xlviii 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire In- 
surance Co XV 

Hamburg-Magdeburg 

Fire Insurance jOo ... Ivii 

Hazard Powder Co xxxi 

Hendy Joshua lii 

Hepburn W. A liii 

Hibernia Savings and 

Loan Society xxvii 

Hicks D. & Co. ..inside back 
cover and back of volume 
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes.. xI 
Hoey Joseph & Co., (New 

York) Ixii 

Home Insurance Co., reg. 

of names, side lines 

Hooker R. C 950 

Husing & Jardine xli 

Hutchinson &, Mann, i-eg. 

of names, side lines 

Hyde & Chester lix 

Imperial Fire Insurance 
Co front cover 

India Rice Mill xxi 

Jesse & Drew liv 

Jewell A. M. & Co Ii 

Johnson J. C. & Co xxvi 

Johnston W. B 1113 

King Homer S. & Co 950 

King, Son & Co., 

(Pittsburgh, Pa.,) . . .Ixvii 

Knowles George B xxv 

Kohler & Frohling, front 

cover 

Kiih Leopold xxxvii 

Kuner A xlv 

La Caisse Generale Ins. 
Co., reg. of names, 

side lines 
La Confiance Ins. Co., 

reg. of names, side lines 

Lancashire Ins. Co Ii 

Langley H. G 40, 63, 

78, 931, 1052 

Lazard Freres xix 

Leavitt Charles H xxxix 

Leffel's Turbine Water 

Wheel. .XIX 

Linf orth, Rice & Co xl 

Liverpool and London and 
Globe Insurance Co. 1113 

London and S. F. Bank vi 

London Assurance Cor- 
poration front cover 

Loomis George, register 

of names, top lines. 
Low C. Adolphe & Co..ixviii 

Mackintosh & Bacon 950 

Macondray & Co xx 

Magdeburg General Ma- 
rine Insurance Co Ivii 



PAGE 

Mallon John xlv 

Manhattan Firb Insur- 
ance Co xlviii 

Mai-cus George & Co xlvii 

Marks & Reinhardt 950 

Martell John xlii 

Marye Geoige T. & Son. .950 

Massey & Yung xlvi 

Mayer Joseph liv 

McAfee Boiler Works. . .xxix 

MoGuire Arthur Iv 

McKinnie Murray Ivii 

McMillan & Kester xvi 

Mignola John & Co lix 

Mission Woolen Mills... xxv 
Montague W. W. & Co., 

register of names 1040 

Montealegre.J. G ixxiii 

Montealegre & Co xxxiii 

Morse G. D., back cover 

and back of title 

MuUer C back cover 

Murphy E. P 950 

Myers A xxx 

Nevada Bank of San Fran- 
cisco vii 

Neville & Co xxxvii 

New American File Co. 
(Pawtucket, R. I.)...lxiii 

New Orleans Insurance 
Association, register 

of names, side lines 

New York Underwriters' 
Agency xlviii 

Newbauer&Co liii 

Newhall H. M. & Co. . . .xxiii 

Newman C, back of vol- 
ume and . . Ixviii 

North China Insurance 

Co XX 

North German Fire In- 
surance Co xlviii 

Northern Assurance Co . . 

front cover 

Norwich Union Insur. 
ance Co Ii 

O'Donnell Cornelius.. ..xlvi 

O. K. Foundry Ivi 

Oregon S. S. Co li 

Pacific Coast Directory. ..40 

Pacific Iron Works Iviii 

Pacific Mail S. S. Co iv 

Pacific Rolling Mill Co. .Ixvii 
Pancoast & Maule (Phil- 
adelphia) Ixvi 

Paris Underwriting Asso- 
ciation, register of 

names, side lines 

Pendergast & Smith xlvi 

Penebsky Adolphus lix 

Peuheld Block Works 

(Lookport, N. Y.) Ixvi 

People's In.surance Co., 

reg of names, side lines 
Philadelphia Brewery. . .xvii 

PhiUp, Speyer & Co xv 

Pioneer Iron Works. ..xxxix 

Pioneer Paper Mill liv 

Price Press Co xxxviii 

Queen Insurance Co., 

front cover 

Randolph & Co iii 

Rankin, Bra.ytnn & Co. . .Iviii 

Ray W. S. «c Co ivi 

Revere Insurance Co., 

reg. of names, side lines 
Risdon I. & L. Works. ..xxiii 
Roach John liii 



PAGE 

Rodgers, Meyer & Co. .xxxvl 
Rosenbaiim A. S. & Co. . . 

xliii 
Rothschild & Ehrenpfort.xliv 

Royal Insurance Co li 

Royal Mail Packet Co Iv 

S. F. and Pacific Glass 
Works, Ixviii and 

back of volume 
S. F. Cordage Manufac- 
tory xliv 

S. F. Gas Light Co xxxvii 

S. F. Grinding and Saw 

Filing As.sn lix 

S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory xxv 

S. F. Savings Union xix 

S. F. Stock and Exchange 

Board 950 

Schmidt M. & Co lix 

Schussler H xlii 

Sea Insurance Co xxxvi 

Seamans Job M., back 

cover 
Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co xxiv 

Selby Thomas H. & Co. .xxxi 

Siering H. & Co iii 

Skiuker John xlvii 

Smedberg James R xxxi 

South Point Planing 

Mills li 

Spring Menzo xxxvii 

St. Ignatius College xlix 

St. Paul Insurance Co., 

reg. of names, side lines 

Starr & Co liii 

Straus, Kohnstamm & Co. xli 
Swiss-Lloyd Marine In- 
surance Co xv 

Taber, Harker & Co xxv 

Taylors. P. &Co liv 

Trade Insuranc Co. , 

reg. of names, side lines 
Transatlantic Fire Ins Co. . 

xlvii 
Trommer Extract of Malt 
Co. (Fremont, Ohio) 

Ixiv and Ixv 

Truman I. J xxxviii 

Truworthy F. M Ix 

Tubbs& Co xliv 

Tustin W. I xxxiv 

Union Insiu'ance Co i 

Union Insurance Co. 
(Galveston), register 

of names, side lines 

Van Winkle I. S. & Co. . . .xl 

Wakefield S. B. & Co 950 

Waterhonse & Lester l.xi 

Weed & Kingwell xxxix 

Welch* Co xli 

Wells, Fargo & Co v 

Wetherbee George M Ivii 

Wheat C. D xxxii 

Wliite Bros xxi 

Wieland John xvii 

Williams, Blanchard&Co 

xxi 

Williams H. F xxxvi 

Winchester Repeating 

Arms Co xlvii 

WoodG. M. &Co xli 

Wooster, Hubbell & Co. 

ixviii 

Yang-Tze Insurance As- 
sociation II 

YostD. Z. & Co 950 



CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

Agrirultiiral Imple- 
mouts. 

Linforth, Rice & Co xl 

AiuulKaiiiadng .Ma- 

4-llillf.S. 

Golden State iiiid Miners' 

Iron Works xxvii 

Hendy Jo.sliua lii 

Aiunionia. 

S. F. Gas Light Co....MXTii 

Artifleial Limb.s. 

Spring Meiizo xxxvii 

A.ssayers. 
Kuh Leoijokl xxxvii 

-Inrliont't'rs. 

Newhall JI. M. 4: Co. .xxiii 

A-nnings. 

Neville & Co nivii 

Bahltit .M<-taI. 

Selby Smelting and Lead 
Co xxiv 

Kass aiKl ItasiXfiig* 

Neville & Co xxxvii 

Itank VaiiU.s. 

Leavitt Cliarle.s H xxxix 

Baiiki'i-H. 

Lazard FrOrea xix 

Wells, Fargo & Co v 

Kaiik.4. 

Anglo-Califoniian Bank..vili 

Bank HritiKli Coliiiiibiii ii 

Bank HritiKli North Am- 
erica. XX 

London and S F. Bank. ..vi 
Nevada Bank of .San 

Francisco vii 

Wells, Far.'o A: Co v 

Banks SavliiCH. 

German Havings and 
Loan .Society xiii 

Hibenda .Savings and 
I.Kian Society. . .... xxvil 

San Francisco Savings 
Union xlx 

Brc IIIvoN. 

Wetherbee George M Ivli 

Bi'll FiMiiiderH. 

Garratt W T xxxviii 

Weed cS; Kingnell xxxix 

Blttrnt. 

McMillan & Kester xvl 

BlackHHiltlift. 

Friedliofer I'aul 1 



PAGE 

B]arksniith.s' Tools. 

Selby Tlios. H. & Co xxxi 

Van Winkle 1. S, & Co xl 

Blank Book JIann- 
faclnrt'r.s. 

Buawell A., regiister of 
names, 1041, and 

front cover 
Crocker H. S. & Co., back 

cover 
Hicks D. & Co., inside 
back cover and back of 
volume 

Block .Uannfac'tnrer.s. 

Penfield Block Works (Lock- 
port, N. Y) Ixvi 

Boiler H'orks. 

Atlas Iron Works xli 

Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works xxvii 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, .xl 
McAfee Boiler Works. ..xxix 

Pacific Iron Works Iviii 

Risdou I. and L. Works.. xxiii 

Book Binder.*;. 

Biiswell A, register of 
names,, 1041, and 

front cover 
Hicks D. & Co., inside 
back cover, and back 

of volume 

Box Brands. 

.Sclmiidt M. &Co lix 

Bra.Hs Fonndrle.s. 

Garratt W. T xxxviii 

Weed & Kingwell xxxix 

Breweries. 

Philadeliihia xvii 

Bridge Builders. 

Hallidie A. S xii 

Brokers— Slock. 

Clutc & Loveland S.TO 

Cope & Davis 950 

(ireenebamn, Helbing ft, Co. 

950 

Hall Kdvfard F. & Co. . . .950 

Hooker R. V, 950 

King Homer S. & Co 9.50 

Mackintosh & Bacon 950 

Marks A Heinhardt 9.50 

.M.vrye Geo. T. k .Son 950 

Murphy K. P 950 

Wakefield S. B. i Co 950 

Yost D. Z. & Co 930 

<'al»lnet ^Vootls. 

White Bros xxi 

t'arrlage <'oni|tanles. 

City Cab ami Transfer Co. 

xriii 



PACE 

Carriage Stock. 

Waterhouse & Lester Ixi 

White Bros xxi 

Carvers— Ornamental. 

McKlnnie Murray Ivii 

Clteniists. 

Kuh L xxxvii 

Chimney Stacks. 

BrowelltJeremiah xliii 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Gannon Peter T xliv 

Loomis George, register 

of names, top lines 
Rosenbaimi A. S.& Co xliii 

Civil Engineers. 

Schussler H xlii 

Clothing. 

Loomis George, register 

of names, top lines 

Cloths. 

Baumgarteu A. ..back cover 
Mission Woolen Mill.s. ..xxv 
S. F. Pioneer Woolen 
Factorj' xxv 

Coal. 

Black Diamond Co xxix 

Coffee and Spices. 

Bernard Charles xxiv 

Montealetsre J. G xxxiii 

Coke. 

S. F. Gas Light Co. . . .xxxvii 

Colleges. 

.St. Ignatius ilix 

Commission lllcr- 
chantM. 

Balzer Henry & Co xlviii 

Dickson, De Wolf & Co . . ..Ix 
Dodge, Sweeney &Co..x.\viii 

Falkner. BeU & Co li 

Hepburn W. A lill 

Linforth, Rice & Co xl 

Lou- C. Adolphe & Co..xxviii 

Maciinclrny .^ Co xx 

-Marcus ( Jeorge .V: Co xlvii 

Montcalegre& Co xxxiii 

Newball H M. & Co.... xxiii 

Philip, .Speyer & Co xv 

Rodgerg, Meyer & Co. . .xxxvi 

Starr k Co liii 

Welch& Co xli 

Williams, Blanchard & 

Co xxi 

Wooster. H>ibl)ell&Co.xxviii 

Commissioners of 
l»eeds. 

^V^leatC. D xxxii 



PAGE 

Conreclioners. 

Rothschild ^ Elu-eupfort.xliv 

Contractors. 

Browell Jeremiah xliii 

Brown W.H 1 

Hyde k Chester ILx 

Conveyancers. 

Wheat CD xxiii 

Cord.ige. 

Hallidie A. S. (wire) xii 

San Francisco Cordage 
Manufactory xliv 

Cordials, etc. 

McMillan & Kester ivi 

Cornices. 

Forderer .t Hunter xlii 

Cotton Sail Dcick. 

Neville & Co xxxvii 

Crockery. 

Straus, Kohnstamm & Co. xli 

Diamonds. 

Anderson .t Randolph. 

reg. of names, top lines. 

Barrett & Sherwood ii 

Braverman & Levy, front 

cover 
Searaans Job M., back cover 

Die Sinkers. 

GillerC. L 951 

Wood George M. & Co.... xli 

Doors. Sash, etc. 

Jewell A. M. & Co li 

Kmbroideries. 

SieringH. & Co Hi 

Engravers. 

GillerC. L 951 

Hoey, Joseph & Co. (New 

York) Ixii 

Kuner A xlv 

Wood George M. & Co. . . .xli 

E.Hsences. 

McMillan & Kester xvi 

Excavators. 

Price Press Co xxxviii 

Expresses. 

Wells, Fargo .t Co v 

Extract or .Malt. 

Trommer Extract of 

Mult Co. (Fremont. 
Old") Ixiv and Ixv 

Fancy ti:<»ods. 

Loomis.'George, register 

of names, top lines 
Siering H. & Co iii 



CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

File Mamifactiircrs. 

Llnforth, Rice & Co., 

(agents) xl 

New Amorican File Co., 

(Pa^vtucket, R.I.)..lxiH 

Fire Arius. 

Skinker Jolm xlvii 

Winchester Repeating 
Arms Co xlvii 

Fire Extiiignishers. 

Hallidie A. S. (agent)'... .xiv 
Fluiir MUls. 

Starr & Co liii 

Foundries. 

Atlas Iron Works xli 

Goklen State and Miners' 

Iron Works xxvii 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes. . .xl 

Leavitt C. M xxxix 

Pacific Iron Works Iviii 

Pendergast & Smith xlvi 

Ray ^V^ S. & Co Ivi 

Riadou 1. andL. Works.. xxiii 

Fresco Painters. 

Gariboldi G. G., front 

and back cover 

Fuse. 

Eagle Fuse Co xlvii 

<iias Engineers. 

Smedberg James R xxxi 

CJenls' Fnrnisliins 
iittotls. 

Beamish P., register of 
names bottom lines 

and back cover 
Bullock & Jones, register 

of names, bottom lines 
Loomis George, register 

01 names, top lines 

Glass Cutting, etc. 

MaUon John xlv 

Cilass Works. 

San Francisco and Pac- 
ific Ixviii 

and back of volume 

Glassw lire. 

King, Son & Co., 

(Pittsbmgh, Pa.,). ..Ixvii 
Straus 'Kohnstamm & Co.xli 

Groceries. 

Daneri F. & Co xlvii 

Taber, Harker & Co xxv 

Hardware. 

Linforth, Rice & Co xl 

Van Wnikle I. S. & Co. . . .xl 

Hard ware— Saddlery. 

Johnson J. C. & Co xxvi 

Harness, ete. 

Johnson J.C.&Co ixvl 

Hats and Caps. 

Loomis George, register 

of names, top lines 

Hay Presses. 

Price Press Co xxxviii 

Heruietieally Sealed 
Uoods. 

Hepb\irn W. A liii 

Horse Power Slanufs. 

Bodwell H. H xxxv 

Tustin W. I xxxiv 

Horse Sliocrs. 

{"riedhof er Paul "... .1 

Hose. 

Neville & Co xixvii 



PAGE I 

House Movers. 

Hyde & Chester lix 

Penebsky Adolphus lix 

Honsesniitlis. 

Leavitt C. H xxxix 

Hydraulic Pipes and 

NO/.KICS. 

Garratt W. T xxxviii 

Weed & Kingwell xxxix 

Instrunieitt Depots. 

MuUer C back cover 

Roach John liii 

Insurance Agents. 

Balzer Henry & Co xlviii 

Boardman George C 

front cover 

Booker W. L front cover 

Falkner, Bell & Uo li 

Gutte & Frank Ivii 

Hutchinson & Mann, 

reg. of names, side lines 

Johnston W. B 1113 

Macontlray & Co xx 

Marcus Geo. & Co xlvii 

Philip, Speyer & Co xv 

Rodgers, Meyer & Co. .xxxvi 
Williams.Blanchard & Co.xxi 

Insurance €«»'s. Eastern 

and Forei^)ii. 
^tna (Hartfoi-d). .front cover 
Danube Imperial (Vienna) 

xlviii 
German Fire (Baltimore), .xv 
Girard (l-'hiladelphia), reg. 

of names, side lines 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire xv 

Hambm-g Magdtburg... . Ivii 
Home (Columbus, Ohio), 

reg. of names, side lines 
Imperial Fire (liOndun) 

front cover 
La Caisse Generale (Paris) 

reg. of names, side lines 
La Couriance [Paris) reg. 

of names, side lines 
Lancashire (Manchester, 

Eng.,) li 

Liverpool & London & 

Globe .....1113 

London Assurance Cor- 
poration front cover 

Madgeburg General Marine 
Ivii 
Manhattan (New York), xlviii 
New Orleans Insurance 
Association, register 

of names, side lines 
New York Underwriters' 

Agency xlviii 

North China (Shanghai) . . .xx 
North German (Ham- 
burg) xlviii 

Northern Assurance (Lon- 
don and Aberdeen) 

front cover 

Norwich Union li 

Paris Under%vriting Associa- 
tion, register of names, 
side lines 
People's (Newark, N. J.), 
register of names, side 
lines 
Queen Fire (Liverpool) 

front cover 

Revere (Boston), register of 

names, side lines 

Royal (Liverpool) li 

Sea (Liven)ool) xxxvi 

St. Paul (St. Paul, Minn.), 
register of names, side 
lines 

Swiss Lloyd Marine xv 

Trade (Camden, N. J.), 
register of names, 

side lines 
Transatlantic Fu-e (Ham- 
burg) xlvii 

Union (Galveston, Texas), 
register of names, side 

lines 
Yang-Tze (Shanghai) xx 



PAOK 

Insurance Co's. Home. 

California xxii 

Commercial Insurance Co. , 

of California xxvi 

Fireman's Fund, front cover 

and xiii 
Union x 

Iron and Steel. 

Linforth, Rice & Co xl 

Selby Tliomas H. & Co.. xxxi 

Van Winkle I. S. & Co xl 

Jewelers. 

Anderson & Randolph, 
register of names, 

tup lines 

Barrett & Shenvood ii 

Bravennau & Levy . . front 

cover 
Seamaus Job M., back cover 

Koumiss. 

Myers A xxx 

liCatlier Dealers. 

Johnson J. C. & Co xxvi 

O'Donnell Coruehus xlvi 

Lime and Cement. 

Davis & CoweU xlii 

Lithographers. 

Britton & Rey, register 

of names 1007 

Crocker H. S. & Co., 

back cover 

Loeomotives. 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes 

xl 
Risdon L-on and Locomo- 
tive Works xxiii 

Looking Glasses, etc. 

Straus, Kolmstamm & 
Co xli 

Lumber Dealers. 

Knowles George B xxv 

Waterhouse cfe Lester l.xi 

Welch &.Co xli 

White Bros xxi 

Macliine Works. 

jEtna Iron Works xlvi 

Atlas Iron Works xli 

Fulton Iron Works xl 

Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works xxvii 

Hendy Joshua lii 

Pacific Iron Works Iviii 

Risdon Iron and Locomo- 
tive Works xxiii 

Manufacturers' 
Agents. 

Hepburn W. A liii 

Lmforth, Rice & Co xl 

Skinker John xlvii 

Williams, Blanchard & 

Co xxi 

Match Manufacturers. 

Newbauer & Co liii 

Merchant Tailors. 

Bullock & Jones, register 

of names, bottom lines 

Metals. 

Montague W. W. & Co., 

reg. of names 1040 

Selby Thomas H. & Co, .xxxi 
Van Winkle I. S. & Co. . . .xl 

M(»de)i Makers. 

Garratt W. T xxxviii 

McKinnie Mmray Ivii 

Music Dealers. 

Gray M., register of names, 
side lines 



PAGE 

Native Wines. 

Anduran C. & Co liv 

Kohler & Frohling. .front 

cover 
McMillan & Kester xvi 

Notaries Public. 

Wheat C. D xxxii 

Opticians. 

MuUer C back cover 

Roach John liii 

Seamans Jo)j M . .back cover 

Organ Ruilder. 

Mayer Joseph liv 

I*ai»er Dealers. 

Blake, Robbins&Co., 

register of names. . . 1040 
Taylor S. P. &Co liv 

I'aiier Ktile.i's. 

Buswell A., register of 
names, 1041 and front 

cover 
Hicks D. & Co., inside 
back cover and 

back of volume 

Pattern Makers. 

Garratt W. T xxxviii 

Photographers. 

Bradley & Rulofson ii 

Morse G. D., back cover 

and back of title 

Pianos. 

Gray M., register of names, 
side lines 
Planing Mills. 

Jewell A. M. & Co li 

Wetherbee George M Ivii 

Potteries. 

RayW. S. & Co. (agent)... \i 
Powder Dealers. 

Selby Thomas H. & Co. .xxxi 
Skinker John xlvii 

Printers. 

Crocker H. S. & Co., 

back cover 
Francis, Valentine & Co., 
back of volume, and 1114 

Printers* Material. 

Blake, Robbins & Co. . 

register of names . . 1040 

Provisions. 

Dodge, Sweeney &Co. .xxviii 

Taber, Harker & Co xxv 

Wooster. Hubbell& Co.xxviii 

Pultlishers. 

Langley Henry G., regis- 
ter of names. .40, 63, 

78, 931, 1052 

Pumps. 

Bodwell Harry H xxxv 

Garratt W. T xxxviii 

Jewell A. M. & Co li 

Tnstin W. I xxxiv 

Ueal Estate Agents. 

Wheat C. D xxxii 

Williams H. F xxxvi 

Rice Mills. 

India Rice Mill xxi 

Rolling Mills. 

Pacific Rolling Mill .... Ixvii 

Roofers. 
Forderer Joseph F xlii 

Sadillery. 

Johnson J. C. & Co xxvi 

Safes. 
Leavitt C. H xxxix 



PAGE 

SatrLngs and Loan So- 
cieties. 

German Savings and Loan 
Society xxii 

Hiberuia Savings and 
Loan Society xxvii 

San Francisco Savings 
Union lix 

SaM- Filers. 

Mignola John & Co lix 

Screens. 

California Wire Works. ..xiv 

Sbipplns and Fur- 
M'nrding. 

Dickson, DeWolf & Co. . . .Ix 

Hepbiim W. A - liii 

Low C Adolphe & Co..rn'iii 

Macondray & Co xx 

Rodgers, Meyer & Co..xxxvi 

Starr & Co liii 

Welch & Co xli 

Williams, Blanchajrd & 
Co iii 

Hhlp.>«mltli8. 

Crockard Hugh xiii 

Shirt IHainnfactnrers. 

Bcamiiih I'., register 

of names, bottom 
lines and back cover 
Bullock & Jones, regis- 
ter of names, bottom 

lines 
Shot .HannfactHrers. 
Selby Smelting and Lead 
Co xxiv 

Sliver Plater.*. 

Martell Jolin ilii 

Silver Ware. 

Anderson & Randolph, 

reg. of names, top lines 

Barrett & Sherwood ii 

Braverman & Levy, 

front cover 
Seamaus Job M., back cover 



PAGE 

Smelting Works. 

Selby Smelting and Lead 
Co xxiv 

Spices. 

Bernard Charles xxiv 

Montealegre J. G . .xxxiil 

Stair Buil<ler8. 

Jesse & Drew liv 

AIcGuire Arthur Iv 

Stationers. 

Crocker H. S. & Co., back 

cover 
Steam Cookers. 

Hale Dr. (Boston, Mass).lxvi 

Steam and Gas Fit- 
tings. 

Pancoast & Maule (Phil- 
adelphia) Ixvi 

Steanisliln Lines. 

Haniburg American 

Packet Co xlviii 

Oregon S. S. Co xi 

Pacific Mail S. S. Co iv 

Royal Mail Iv 

Steel t'a.stlngs. 

Chester Steel Castings 

Co. (Philadelpliia). .Ixvii 

Steering Wheels. 

Bragg Rol)ert Ivi 

Stencil t'ntters. 

Truworthy F. M Ix 

Wood George M. & Co xli 

Stock Boards. 

S. F. Stock and Exchange 950 

Stoves, etc. 

Montague W. W. & Co., 

register of names 1040 

Ray W. S. & Co hi 

Sngar Kelineries. 

Bay xlviii and Ivi 



PAGE 

Syrnps. 

McMUlan & Kester rvi 

Tailors' Trimmings. 

Baumgarten A back cover 

Tanners. 

O'Donnell Cornelius xlvl 

Tea Importers. 

Low C. Adolphe & Co..ixviil 

Macondray S Co ix 

Taber, Harker & Co xxv 

Tents. 

Neville & Co ixxvii 

Tin and Sheet Iron 
Workers. 

Montague W. W. & Co., 
register of names 1040 

Turners. 

Jesse & Drew liv 

Jewell A. M. & Co li 

McGuire Arthur Iv 

McKinuie Miuray Ivii 

Wetherbee George M. . . .Ivii 

TM'lnes. 

Neville & Co xxx\ii 

I'mltrella— Adjnstable 

AVaterhouse & Lester Ixi 

Undertakers. 

Gray N. & Co xlv 

Massey & Yung xlvi 

Wagon .Materials. 

Waterhouse & Lester lii 

White Bros xxl 

Watches and .lewelry. 

Anderson & Randolph, 

reg. of names, top lines 

Barrett ii Shenvood ii 

Bra verman & Levy . . front 

cover 
Seamaus Job M., back cover 



P.\GE 

Water Pipe. 

Garratt W. T. & Co..xxxviil 

Jewell A. M. & Co li 

Montague W. W. & Co.. 1040 
Risdon Iron and Loco- 
motive AVorks xxiii 

Selby Thomas H. & Co..xxxi 

Water Tanks. 

Bodwell Harry H xxxv 

Tustin W. I xxiiv 

Water Wheels. 

Leffel's Improved Double 
Turbine xix 

Weather Strips. 

HaUidie A. S xiv 

Whips. 

Johnson J. C. & Co iivi 

Wind Mill Mannfs. 

Bodwell Harry H xxxv 

Tustin W. I xxxiT 

Wines and Liquors. 

Anduran C. & Co liv 

Daneri F. & Co xlvii 

Kohler & Frohling 

front cover 
McMillan k Kester xvi 

Wire Workers. 

California Wire Works. . .xiv 
Hallidie A. S xii 

Woo«l t'arvcrs. 

McKinnie Murray Ivii 

Woolen Mills. 

Mission xxv 

San Francisco Pioneer... iir 

Wool Presses. 

Price Press Co xxxviii 

Wrought Iron Pipe. 

Paucoast ."c Maule, 

(Pliiladelphia) Ixvl 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BUSINESS CARDS. 



SEK BUSINESS DIKECTORY, PAOES 935-1052. 



PAOE 

Allen William R. . . .978. 1029 
Annes& Uallam.(2), 951, 

955, 975, 1022. 1046 
A8i)haltum and Mastic 

Rooling Co 936 

Austin B. C 1045 

Baker & Hamilton. . ..935, 987 
Bandmaun, Nielsen & <!<). 

1012, 1030 

Barker & Snow 1029 

Barnard's Uusiuess College, 
962 

Hosier George A 1024 

Bell Telephone Co 1045 

Berry & Place lOlO 

Boesch Kmile 994 

Uonney O 1050 

Brmlcr Hiin-j- 1006 

Burnhiiiii.I.W. &Co..955, 978 
California lirass Works. . .948 
California Klectrical Works 
9*2, (2), 971, 1021, 1037. 

1050 
California Jewelry Fac- 
tory 994 

Capp C. M. &Co 1033 

Clute & Loveland 950 

Cook A. <>. Mrs 9,s5 

Cook H. N 939. 942, 989 

CookK Kills 942 

Cope & Davis 950 

Cunningham & Co 949 

Day Thomas 978, 1029 



PAGE 

DegenL. P 942 

Denniston E. G 1037 

Detrick E. i Co. . .(2) 939, 1045 

Dinicau lieorge & Co 936 

Dunham, (!arrigan & Co. .937 
Egert<m Henry C. . .1019. 1039 

Knteri>riBe Mill 968 

Es|>iniisWritiugAcademy962 
Florence Sewing Machine 

Co 103G 

Frankenthal & Co 9G7 

(ictleson & Landis 995 

Giant Powder Co 1030 

(;ilbert & Moore (2), 978 

tiillerC. L 968. 973 

Gladding. McBoau & Co.. 968 
Goldsmith W. K. & Son.. 973 
(iordon James K. & Co. ..987 
Greenebaum, llelbinglt Co. 
950 

Greenebaum & Co 1012 

Gregory II. P. A Co 989 

(Jundlach J. & Co. . .994, 1020 

Hall Edward F. & Co 950 

Heald's Uusiuess College. 962 

Hermann C 987 

Heynenmnn k Co 955. 970 

Kill .Saii.iK'l 1036 

ll.ioK.r K <• 9,50 

il"Pl>.r S K 979 

llublj.ird Samuel 1045 

Huntington. Hopkins & Co., 
987 



PAOE 

Kallenberg Theodore.... 1010 

King Homer H. & Co 950 

Iiil)3her George 951. 1051 

Macdonald D. A. & Co. . .968 

Mackintosh & Bacon 950 

Ma<li.son & Burke 1033 

Marks k Keinhardt 950 

Marsh H. F 966 

MarwedelC. F 1010 

Marye (teorge T. & Son. .950 
McNally i Hawkins. 979, 1029 
Montague W. W. &Co.. 

979, 993, 1040 

MullerC 1022, 1023 

Murphy E. P 950 

Neu.stadter Brothers. ...1037 
New Home Sewing Ma- 
chine Co 1036 

Niohol.'^ A. C. & Co 995 

Norcross & Co 1014. 1033 

ONeil Thomas 979 

Pacific Lamp and Re- 
Hector Factory 994 

Pasiiuale B 975, 1033 

Peerless Sewing Machine 

Co 1036 

Pioneer Cari)et Beating 

Machine 955 

Pioneer Paper Mill 1025 

Price M 966 

Robitacheck H 1039 

Rudolf (J. & Co 1020 

Rufflno L J. & Co 1010 



PAOK 

San Francisco Plating 

Works 1037 

San Francisco Steam 
Brush and Broom 

Factor!' 951 

Schmidt M. & Co 1006 

Scotchler & (Jibbs 1035 

•SellersJ.C 1050 

Shepman W. E 1037 

Shrevo George C. & Co. 

968, 993, 1037, 1049 

•Simpson U.W 951 

SniedberK J. R 978 

Siiaulding .1. & Co 955 

Standard Shirt Co 1037 

Stephens k Wilder 936 

Taylors. P. & Co 1025 

Tiiain H. W 1019, 1030 

I'liited Ciirriage Co 956 

Wakffield S. B. A Co.... 950 

Watson*; Co 947 

Weeil Sewing Macliiue 

Co. 1038 

Weed & Kingwell 948 

Wenzel, Rothschild & 

Hadenfeldt 994 

Wliite Sewing Machine 

Co 1036 

Will k Finck 942.966 

Williams Charles .■ .955 

Wolff & Loze 1049 

YostD. Z. &Co 950 



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In May, 1850, San Francisco was incorporated as a 
city. In July, 1856, the city and county governments 
were consolidated. The average width of the county, 
from bay to ocean, is four and a half miles by six and 
a half miles in length, from the Golden Gate to its 
southern line. Its entire area is 26,681 acres. The 
city occupies the northeast corner, and extends about 
three miles from east to west, by four miles from north 
to south. The peninsula on which the city is located 
is about thirty miles long by fifteen wide — the city and 
county occupying the northern end. The assessed 
value of property in the city and county, as shown by 
the Assessor's report for 1878-9, is: Real estate, $191,- 
078,781; personal property, $52,298,380; total, $243,- 
377,161. The expenditui-es for the City Government 
during the past fiscal year, ending June 30, 1878, was 
$5,125,059.72. This sum includes $103,000 for bonds 
redeemed during the year. The assessed value of property for the fiscal year 1877-8 was : Real 
estate and improvements, $191,845,560; personal, $62,894,640; total, $254,740,200. Thevalue 
of ijroperty owned by the city is $13,300,000. The rate of taxation for State, county and city 
purposes, for 1877-8, was 1.83 ; of 1878-9, 2.24. 

Bonded Debt. — The bonds outstanding at the close of the fiscal year, June, 1878, were 
$4,219,500 — from which should be deducted the amount of sinking fund on hand of same date, 
$911,373.89, exclusive of the bonds issued for the improvement of Montgomery Avenue, 
amounting to $1,579,000, for the payment of which the property directly benefited, valued 
at $60,000,000, is pledged, and those issued for the widening of Dupont Street, amounting to 
$1,000,000, for which the property benefited is in like manner pledged. 

General Progress. — The opening of the year 1878 was marked with an extraordinary 
depression in almost all branches of labor ; the city was thronged with a multitude of men out 
of employ such as it had never before known, and, for the first time in her history, organized 
methods of relief, and free dispensations of charity were absolutely necessary in providing food 
and shelter for many of her people. As an aggravation to this fact, the latter part of the year 
1877 had been accompanied with the failure of several of the savings banks of the city, which 
by the losses incurred, as well as the feeling of general insecurity engendered, combined to 
render the distress and stringency widespread and universal. These together with the fact 
that the character of the new labor movement then in process of development in the city was 
not fully established, deterred capitalists, speculators and builders from any but the most 
conservative course. From this condition the city has slowly but steadily emerged, and in her 
business statistics is able at the close of 1878 to present an exhibit that will compare favorably 
with former years, the only department failing to respond being real estate and building im- 
provements, notwithstanding the anticipations held by many at the opening of the year, 
that the large withdrawals of savings bank deposits would redound to the benefit of the real 
estate market. 

The number of buildings erected shows a sharp decrease as compared with the past few years, 
although the general tendency towards improvement in character has been maintained. This 
decrease, so far as it affects the present progress, was more apparent than real, from the fact 
that it was almost entirely attributable to the practical withdrawal of the various real-estate 
associations from building operations during the year. These associations from their inception 
have built in anticipation of the coming needs of the community, rather than to meet only 
present wants, and as a consequence were ahead of the city's growth when the troublous times 
came upon lis. So, when the decline in values, which has marked the history of city real estate 



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during the year, were foresliadowed, they in a prudent spirit of conservatism decided to hold 
their hands for the time. 

Important and material additions to our local railroad facilities hare been made during the 
year, the most notable being the opening of the South Pacific Coast Xarro-w Gauge, which 
is now completed to within a few mOes of Santa Cruz, and is another link in the series of roads 
which ^"ill in time skirt almost the entire Coast of California. By the ferries of this line 
additional facilities for communication with Alameda are afforded. As will be seen by the 
detailed reports, our street railroads are still as sanguine of the future as ever, the list of 
improvements and projected lines vieing with even our most prosperous years. 

Our foreign trade, both in imports and exports, exceeded that of last year by twelve per 
cent. , and a reference to the official figures shows that San Francisco is the third city in the 
Union in the amount of duties collected, the order being New York, Boston, San Francisco, 
Philadelphia, etc. 

In mining stocks the aggregate of transactions shows quite an advance on the figures of 1S77, 
but it is questionable whether any benefit bas been derived therefrom. Two sharp breaks in 
the market have occurred, one early in the Summer, and the other caused by the unprecedented 
fall in Sierra Nevada, in which the inside and outside dealers have suffered alike. 

Among these items of general nature, it may not be inappropriate to refer to the alacrity with 
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to the afflicted regions during the prevalence of the yellow fever epidemic last Summer, the 
total collections reaching $125,986.44, of which .S119,587.80 was forwarded to the sufferers, the 
remainder, .?6,398.64, being disbursed among the orphan asylums of the city. The San 
Francisco Benevolent Association also disbursed §13,789.18 for the relief of local distress. 



Trade and Commerce. 

During 1878, our merchandise exports by sea amounted to §34,155,400 ; of which $13,398,- 
464 was for fiour, wheat, etc., to Great Britain, and about §1,200,000 for wheat to France. The 
O ! total treasure exports amounted to §;i4,287,293, making a total of §68,442,793. Exports of 
c/3 ! Jisading articles to the Eastern States Vj}' rail amounted to §22,329,671, making a gross total of 
S i 81*0,772,464. These figures show an increase over the exports of 1877 of §4,163,007 in mer- 
^ I chaadise, and a decrease of §23,466,248 in treasure. A notable feature of the year is found in 
C3 I the export of about one thousand car-loa^ls of barley East by rail. Total number of vessels 
entered the Golden Gate during the jast year from foreign and domestic eastern ports, seven 
hundred and nine ; total cleared, six hundred and eighty-five. Total import duties, §6,370,618, 
a decree of §352,295 from 1877. 

The receipt of treasure in this city in 1878, was : silver bullion, §31,288,427 ; gold dust 
and bars, §16,477,520 ; coin, §17,242,754, making a total value of §65,008,701, being a decrease 
from 1877 <»f .§6,720,753. The total Clearing House exchanges for the year was §715,265,319 
against .§517,030,342 in 1877. 

The arrivak of passengers by land were thirty-seven thousand five hundred and fifty-four, 
by sea thirteen thousand and ninety-four ; total, fifty thousand six hundred and forty-eight. 
The departures by land were twenty-five thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight, by sea four- 
teen thousand three hundred and ninety-two ; total, forty thousand three hundreil and thirty, 
showing an increase of ten thousand three hundred and eighteen. The average increase for the 
last ten years is about twenty-eight thousand. The arrivals and departures from and to China 
anil Japan .'<ince 1867, are as follows : Arrivals, one hundred and forty-tMo thousand six 
hundred ; departures, sixty-nine thousand two hundred — net gain, seventy-three thousand four 
hundred. 

Rral E-itate.* 
During the year 1878 there were two thousand six hundred and ten sales of real estate, of 
the total value of §14,583,967. In J 877 there Mere three thousand and eighty-five sales, aggre- 
gating a total value of §18,549,991 ; a reduction in value of transfers of nearly §4,000,000, the 
reduction in nuuil)er of sales being four hundred and seventy-five. In the general character of 
sales made, the same tendency which marked the transactions of the year 1877 has been 
observed, namely : the purchase of small estates by parties of moderate means for homestead 
purposes. This decrease, which may be attributed to the general depression of bu.siness and 
cauijcs hereinafter mentioned, gives no promise of recovery within the coming year. If the 
jiresent j>romise of sufficient rains for the crops of the coming season is maintained, it is prob- 
able no further depreciation M-ill ensue, but with falling ])rices the generality of buyers are 
deterred from investing, and nothing but an extraordinary change in business i)ro8pects for 
the coming year, such as is not to be anticipated, will restore confidence to the majority of 
buyer.'i, Mho are only attracted by a rising market. 

BrsiNEs.s OF TMK Ye.\r. — In the fifty-vara section three hundred and eighty-one sales, of 
the value of §."),0SS,499, were made in 1878, sigaiust four hundred and seventeen sales of the 
value of .?;"»; 3.')4, 097 in 1877. In the huntlrcd-vai-a section, between First, Ninth, Market and 
Townsend Streets, two hundred and three sales, of the value of .§1,411,236, were made in 1878, 






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Gold and Plated Jewelry at GEO. LOOMIS', 706 to 716 Kearny St 



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against two hundred and twenty-six sales of the value of .?2, 132,254 in 1877. In the City- 
Slip and Water Lot section, lying between Sansom, First and the bay, Broadway and Brannan 
Streets, fortj" sales of the value of §1,019,979 were made in 1878, against forty-eight sales of 
the value of $1,468,053 in 1877. In the South Beach section there were eleven sales, of the 
value of .?73,62S, against nine sales of the value of .$72,100 for 1877. On the Potrero there 
were eighty-seven sales of the value of .?252,390, against one hundred and sixteen of the value 
of 8397,446. In the ^lission Addition there were eight hundred and twenty-eight sales of the 
value of S2,033,533, against eleven hundred and twenty-seven of the value of i?3,294,611. In 
the Western Addition there were six hundred and three sales of the value of $4,057,419, against 
seven hundred and twenty-seven of the value of §4,970,829. In South San Francisco their 
were one hundred and eighteen sales, of the value of .$165,486, against one hundred and three, 
of the value of $149,224 for 1877. There were two hundred and sixty-tM^o sales of outside 
lands of the value of $400,644, against two hundred and eleven, of the value of $628,563 for 
1877. There were seventy-five sales of tax and clouded titles, of the value of $80,253, against 
one hundred and one of the value of $82,814 for 1877. 

It ^\•ill be seen from the foregoing figures that the aggi-egate value of sales has fallen behind 
those of the previous year nearly .$4,000,000 ; that the hundi-ed-vara and Mission Addition 
have suffered most, the decrease in these two being resjjectively $721,018 and $1,261,078. In 
only one subdivision — South San Francisco — does an increase appear, and in tliis a fully com- 
mensurate increase in the number of sales would appear to justify the increased value total. 
It also appears that while the decrease in the number of sales has only reached about fifteen 
and three-tenths per cent, on the sales of 1877, the decrease in value totals is equal to twenty- 
one and six-tenths per cent, as against the values of 1877. 

Property Values. — Values in all parts of the city have suffered during the year, the 
reduction reaching fi'om five to twenty-five per cent, below those ruling during 1877. Unlike 
the depreciation which marked the year 1877, the year 1878 has shown a mai-ked decline in the 
hundred-vara section. Complete stagnation has characterized the history of real estate transac- 
tions in the South Beach, Potrero and South San Francisco sections, while values in the choice 
and most desirable residence localities have been fairly maintained. As heretofore, the best 
residence localities are included within the district bounded by California, Market, Powell and 
Leavenworth streets, and that bounded by Larkin, Van Xess avenue. Clay and Turk streets. 
Lots in the former are held at from $250 to .$400 per front foot, and in the latter at from .$100 
to .$180. The AVestern Addition holds its high average values, a few sales reaching even above 
former values ; in the \'icinity of Eddy, Haight, Laguna, Devisadero, Tyler, McAllister and 
Fillmore streets, the rate remains from $100 to $130 per front foot. In the Mission Addition 
the reduction in values has been but slight, although the demand for investments has not 
kept pace with its former activity. Property in the business heart of the city we quote as last 
year : on the best banking and financial streets, $3,000 to $3,500 per front foot ; on the best 
wholesale streets, from $1,000 to $1,500, and in the best retail sections of Kearny and Market 
streets, $2,000 to $2,800. 

The cause of the general decline in values may be traced to the high rate of taxation, 
coupled with low rents and vacant houses. The banks have also contributed, in some measure, 
by the reaction in their policy consequent upon the sti'ingency of the year. During former 
prosperous years more money was loaned upon real estate than it could safely handle, creating 
an acti\'ity which advanced values faster than the growth of the city justified, and when the 
reaction came all have suffered alike. 

Onflook for 1S79. 

The prospects for 1879pi'esent no encouraging features over those of 1878, and every indica- 
tion seems to forecast a conservative year. The buildiug associations, from the rueful experience 
resulting from their sanguine expectations and constructions of the past four or five years, will 
scarcely aim at more than the preservasion of their existences intact, and speculation will 
scarcely show its face in the operations of the coming year. It is fair to presume, however, 
that there Avill be some reciiperation in the hundred-vara section, where values have been 
unjustifiably depreciated, and that the business of the coming year, whatever it may be, will 
represent unquestioned bona fide indications of permanent investments. 

Material of all characters has gotten to bed-rock prices, labor is comparativelj'- as cheap as the 
city has ever known, and money obtainable in large amounts at seven per cent, per annum, and 
in some cases even less. These conditions may have the effect of stimulating improvements 
beyond the exjjectation which the present situation would seem to justify. 

New Bnildlngs— I878-T9. 

The number of new buildings erected during the year is about seven hundred and twenty- 
five. Of this number forty-one are brick. Among the most prominent may l)e noted : tlie 
erection of the row of three story buildings by Messrs. Conroy & O'Connor on the southeast side 
of Market, between Spear and Steuart Streets, costing $100,000 ; a double three-story brick on 
Front, between Market and Pine ; the erection of the new Dashaway Hall on the south side 
of Post Street, near Dupont, the property being now worth $150,000 ; the erection of several 
additional four-story structures on the west side of Uupont in the widened portion ; two new 



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markets, one the Grand Arcade on Sixth Street, and the Hayes Valley Market on the comer 
of Laguna and Grove Streets. 

The formal completion of the Dividend Building, on the comer of Pine and Leidesdorif, and 
the substantial block between Da^-is, California and Market, are events of the year, although 
construction was begun in 1877, in both cases. 

By far the most extensive undertaking of the year will be noted in the erection of the new 
St. Ignatius Church and CoUege. This merits more than a passing notice. The structure wdW 
front two hundred and ninety feet on Hayes, and run through to Grove, a depth of two hundred 
and seventi'-five feet. The church front proper will stand about the middle of the block on 
Hayes, and will be flanked by two lofty spires, the elevation to the top of the cross on each 
being two hundred ami seventy-five feet, the architecture of the towers being elaborate and 
ornamental. The order of architecture observ-ed iu the building is Doric for the first story, 
Ionic for the second, and above and in the towers the Corinthian and Composite are observed. 
East of the church proper, connected therewith and running to Van Ness Avenue, is the 
college, consisting of two main buildings of same height with the church, and resting upon 
Hayes and Grove Streets, with a spacious court between the two, which will be improved as a 
garden. The two ■\ving3 are connected by spacioiis corridors built adjoining the church. On 
the comer of Grove and Van Ness Avenue the first two stories will be class and lecture rooms, 
and the two upper floors thrown into one will be finished as an exhibition hall. The capacity 
of the hall will be thirty-two hundred. The college will accommodate twelve hundred pupils. 
The church will have an inside measurement of seventy-three feet to the spring of the ceiling, 
and will accommodate two thousand Ave hundred people. The exterior will be covered with 
Portland cement. The general plan contemplates the building of a four-story commercial block 
on the strip one hundred and ten feet wide, lying between the church and Franklin Street, 
to conforai in general style and finish with the church and college. Eight millions of brick will 
be used, and the total cost will reach §750,000. The buildings are now ready for the roof. 

During the coming year, two noted additions to the cluster of palatial residences on " Nob " 
Hill ■will be made by the construction of private residences for Messrs. Flood and Fair, of the 
Bonanza firm, lf)ts having been purchased for the purpose on the northwest and northeast 
corners of Mason and California streets, respectively. Grading Ifts already been commenced, 
and it is said that the structures will even snrpass in magnificence and cost their surrounding 
neighbors. The Odd Fellows' Hall Builtling Committee have purchased a lot on the corner of 
Market and Seventh streets for §125,000, on which they will build in the present year, and 
plans are being prepared for a four-story building for Robert Sherwood, on the gore fronting on 
Market, Pine and Front streets. 

Real Estate A.ssoclattoii». 

One of the most important factors in San Francisco's rapid development is found in the 
organized system of improvement furnished through the real estate associations. Among these, 
and overshadowing all others by the magnitude of its operations, the Real Estate Associates is 
the pioneer. Organized originally for the purpose of l)uying and selling unimproved real estate, 
its early exjierience demonstrated the necessity, if it would have a market commensurate with 
its proposed operations, of adding to the inducements it offered in lands complete and perfect 
homes, reaching thereby a class of purchasers different from the ordinary land speculator. 
Building operations in connection with their land purchases were accordingly undertaken, and 
sales upon completion, under the plan first suggested by Mr. "William Hollis, the president and 
manager of the association, made upon the monthly installment idea. 

The company l)egan business with a capital of §120,000, M'hich has been increased from time to 
time, until it now has a paid-up capital of §1,000,000. As a result of its extended operations rows 
of handsome two-story bay-windowed houses, one-story cottages and more i)retentious dwellings, 
have dotted our suburbs, stimulating our growth and assisting materially in the preservation of 
an imjiroved tone in the character of our residence construction. B;irren tracts, and isolated 
neighl)f)rho<ids outside of the business part of the city have Ijeen'invadcd by the enterjirise of this 
company, and new communities have arisen like magic as the reward of its restless activity' and 
sanguine belief in the future of our city. An additional gratifying feature is the improvement 
in the social character of tiie communities created by their efforts, since, under their plan of 
operation, all occupants of houses V)ecome owners, and in consequence more identified with and 
interested in the prosperity of the city. Upwanls of two thousand houses have been built by 
the company, costing from §I,r)00 to §15,000 eacli, all, as a rule, built upon their own land. 
The company emjjloys its own superintendent of ccmstruction and architect, the mechanical 
work being done i»y day's labor. Up to the commencement of tlie existing depression in real 
estate the operations of the company had reached an animal expenditure of from §1,500,000 to 
?2,000,(KK) for land, §r)00,000 for luinl)er, §180,000 for mill work, §120,000 for plumbing, §.S0,000 
for ])aint3 and oils. §24,000 for glass, and §40,000 for liardwaro, the pay-roll of meclianics 
reaching over §5{X),0(X). Their office is located in their magnificent four-story stone front build- 
ing, on Montgomery street, erected in 1877, at a cost of §250,000, and justly ranking as one of 
the most salient among the city's many adornments. 

During tlie past year, its building operations have been almost cntirelj'^ suspended from the 
causes hereinbefore mentioned, and the compau)' has suffered materially from the shrinkage in 



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values of property lield bj^ it, as M-ell as the many eml)arrassments of its debtors. "WTiile the 
prospect for anj' immediate resumption of its former activity is out of the question, and whether 
or not its future operations ever again reaches the volume of the past, San Francisco will always 
remain largely a debtor for the good work of the Real Estate Associates. 

In addition, there are the Slechanics' E,eal Estate Association, organized in 1876, with a 
capital of .?1, 000,000, the San Francisco Eeal Estate Association, and the California Eeal 
Estate Company, all doing business iipon a plan similar to the Real Estate Associates. None 
of them have, however, any work to report for the past year, save the California Real Estate 
Company, who built a small number of residences, averaging about $2,500 each in cost of con- 
struction. 

The Country Real Estate Associates, located at No. 40 California street, are engaged in the 
sale of large tracts of land in various parts of the State, which they are ofi'ering in small parcels 
to actual settlers upon favorable colozination plans. They report a very general sentiment 
among large landowners in favor of subdividing their lands, and are hopeful that this tendency 
toward the breaking up of the large estates, which have heretofore been the bane of California's 
agricultural growth, will attract to us a large immigration during the coming year. 

Street laiiproTcinents. 

The report of the Superintendent of Streets for the last tiscal year shows that the length of 
sewers constructed during that tiine was 50,711 feet, or a little over nine and one-half miles. 
The city now has nearly one hundred and twenty miles of sewers in working order. The cost 
of the work on sewers during the year is as follows : Brick sewers, .$100,417.36 ; iron-stone-pipe 
sewers, §47,826.47; cement-pipe sewers, §18,081. 49; redwood seAvers, $6,707.29; total, $173,- 
032.61. There were 1,059,665 square feet of paving laid, the cost of which was .$269,056.07. 
This (with the exception of 45,065 square feet of cobbles, amounting to .$9,541.08, was basalt 
and granite blocks. The entire cost to o\ATiers of property by street work during the year was 
81,242,159.14. Of this sum $912,270. IS was for permanent improvement of public streets. 
The cost of grading streets was §169,027.01. Street sweeping and sewer cleaning cost, respect- 
ively, $37,990.20 and $12,677.50. The expense of lighting the streets, etc., was $291,863.37. 

The work upon Montgomery Avenue has been extended somewhat during the year, and work is 
still going on. It is the intention to complete this avenue to the bay during the present fiscal year. 
The last Legislature designated Tyler Street as the driveway from the city to the Park, and 
prescribed the manner in which the work is to be done, although up to the jjreseut time nothing 
effectual has been done towards carrying the act into force. 

Public Bnlldliig.s. 

The Custom House is located in the brick building on the corner of Washington and Battery 
Streets, erected in 1855, at a cost of $866,000. The operations of this important department of 
the public service are referred to elsewhere in this article. 

The United States Mint. — Among the Government buildings of San Francisco the 
United States Mint is among the most elegant and imposing. It is built of granite and sand- 
stone, and conveniently situated at the northwest corner of Mission and Fifth Streets, with a 
frontage of one hundred sixty and one-half feet on the former and two hundred seventeen and 
one-half feet on the latter. It is two stories in height, besides an ample basement. The 
parapet walls are fifty-six feet high, the pediment seventy-five, and its two chimneys each one 
hundred and forty-two feet. Its architecture is Doric. Massive fluted columns at the mam 
entrance on Fifth Street give to the building an air of beauty and grandeur, and relieve the 
sombre aspect of its severe simplicity. The coinage during the year 1878 was as follows : 
Gold— Double Eagles, one million seven hundred and thirty-nine thousand, value .$34,780,000 ; 
Eagles, twenty-six thousand one hundred, value, $261,000 ; Half-eagles, one hundred andforty- 
fou'r thousand seven hundred, value, $723,500 ; Quarter Eagles, one hundred and seventy-eight 
thousand, value .$445,000; Standard Silver Dollars, nine millions seven hundred and seventy- 
four thousand, value, .$9,774,000; Trade Dollars, four millions one hundred and sixty-two 
thousand, value, $4,162,000; Half Dollars, twelve thousand, value, $6,000; Quarter Dollars, 
one hundred and fortv thousand, value, .$35,000; total, sixteen millions one hundred and 
seventy-five thousand eight hundred pieces, value, .$.50,186,500. The refining department at 
the Mint went int<-) operation in 1875. It has a capacity of about one mdlion ounces per month. 
The charges for refining are : Three hundred parti gold and less, two cents ; three hundred and 
a half parts gold to six° hundred thousand, four cents ; six hundred and a half parts gold to 
seven hundred and fifty thousand, six cents ; seven hundred and fity parts gold and over, eight 
cents. The present Superintendent of the Mint, Mr. Henry L. Dodge, entered upon his duties 
.January 1, 1878. Under his administration the force of employees has been considerably 
reduced, there being now two hundred and thirty men and women engaged there, against two 
hundred and fifty during last year, while the reduction in ordinary expenses for supphes, etc. , 
has been over $110,000, and over .$26,000 in the disbursements for wages. 

The United States Sub-Treasury is a substantial four-storied structure on Commercial 
Street, near Montgomery, on the land formerly occupied by the old Mint. It was constructed 
under the superintendence of Mr. Samuel McCullough, and is on a plan of architecture similar 
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granite sills. The building was completed earlj" in the Autumn of 1877, and was transferred to 
the Sub-Treasury Department October 8th of that year. The amount appropriated for its construc- 
tion was §107,000. The lirst floor is occupied by the Sub-Treasury ; the second bj^ the Register 
and Receiver of the General Land Office ; the third and fourth by the United States Surveyor- 
General. 

The United States Apprai.ser's Building occupies the grounds bounded by Washington, 
Sansom, Jackson and Post Office Place. It is a solid, handsome four-story structure of two 
hundred and sixty-five and one-half feet on Sansom bj' one hundred and twenty and one-half 
feet on Jackson and Washington. The building, which was constructed under the superin- 
tendence of Mr. Samuel McCuUough, Superintendent of Construction of I'nited States Buildings 
in California, is now completed with the exception of the interior fittings and arrangements. 
The total expenditures upon it to date has been ■'$874,882, and 8175, 000 additional is estimated 
as ample for its completion, which "will he efiected during the coming fiscal year. The first floor 
will be occupied by the Collector of Internal Revenue, the Superintending Surgeon of the 
Marine Hospital, Special Agents of the Treasury Department, the 2saval Paj' Office and Steam- 
l)oat Inspectors, and one-half of the entire floor as a storeroom for Api)raiser's stores. All 
Appraiser's goods will be received from Post Office Place. The second floor will l>e devoted 
to the Appraiser's Department and the offices of the Light House Department. The third floor 
■will be occupied by the United States Circuit and District Courts, United States Marshal, Dis- 
trict Attorney and the Law Library. The fourth floor will be occupied by jury rooms, file 
rooms for the Treasurj' Department, and the United States Signal Service. The ceilings are all 
lathed with Dwight's patent iron lathing ; standing water pipes run from basement to roof, and 
corporation hose in ample quantity is kept on the roof as a precaution against fires. 

The Post-Office occupies the first floor of the Government building situated on the east 
half of the block bounded by Washington, Battery, Jaoksim and Sansf)m Streets, the entrance 
being on Washington Street. Like the other puldic buildings built in the early days of the 
city, it has been left behind in our rapid development. For yeai-s it has been entireh' inade- 
quate to the service of the dei)ai-tment, and shifting expedients, alterations and changes in its 
internal arrangements have been the standing rule. The only eflectual relief accomplished, 
however, has been through the establishment of the various l>ranch offices. Alterations have 
recently been effected in the old biiilding. making an entire reconstruction of its -working s[\ice. 
The entrance from Washington Street now leads direct! j' into the lobby, passing the Money 
Order Office at the entrance on the right, and the Postmaster's private office on the left. 
The lobby is in the heart of the buiUling instead of on the outside, as formerly, and is 
entirely surrounded with the working departments of the oHice. While material improve- 
ments in the facilities of the office have ))eenettectedl)y these changes, they are still as befoi-e mere 
temporary expedients. The growing wants, as well as the dignity of our city, demand that 
a building suitable to and commensurate with the magnitude of our mail service shall no longer 
be wthheld from us. A proposition is now being pressed before the present Congress, which, 
if not passed by it, can scarcely fail of passage in the next Congress, appropriating 8500,000 
for the purchase of a site and .*3, 000,000 for the building of a new Post-Office. Union Square, 
bounded by Stockton, Powell, Post and Geary Streets, is generally conceded as its future 
r? location. 

The following statistics of the business of 1878 will serve to show in some degree the magni- 
tude of the business of the office : Mail letters delivered, three million eight hundred and 
si.xty three thousand five hundred ; city letters delivered, one million live hundred and iifty- 
three thousand and twenty-one ; mail jxistal cards, four hundred and fifty-one thousaml nine 
hundred and sixty -one; city postal cards, seven hundred and fifty-one tliousand and sixty- 
seven; newspajjcrs, one million seven hundred and thirty-fnur thousand two hundred and 
seventy. The collections show four million five hundred and sixty three thousand three liun- 
dred and ninety-four mail letters, two million city letters, and nine huundred anil ninety-two 
thousand five hundred and forty-six jiapers. The totals in each case represent an increase over 
the business of 1877 of four per cent, in deliveries and fourteen \>er cent, in collections. Tlie 
daily average of the number of pieces (letters, ])ostal cards, newspapers and jmckages of mer- 
chandise) originating in this office was forty-eight thousan<l six Inindred and twenty-five, 
weighing five thousand five humlred and thirty-six jxiunds. ( )wing to tlie fact that, in addition 
to the local business, this ])oint is the great distributing stitinn for the open and closeil mails 
for Asia, Australia, etc., as well as a number of Eurnpcau jxirts, .San Franciscn ranks as the 
third in the list of oUices of our country in amount of business liandled. Tlie nundjcrof money 
ordei"s issued from tlie main office from January 1, 1878 to November 17, 1878 was twenty-two 
thousand eight hundred and tliree, amounting to ^■)()0,()14.(M) ; from station A for same ]ieriod 
one thousantl three hundred and eighty-tiiree, amountinj^ to .^l!(,7lil.7') ; from station B,_four 
thousand six hundred and twenty-one. amounting to §87,!>">7.95: from station C, nine Imndred 
and forty-one, amounting to i^Ui, .">!)!). 85. Tiie number and amount of the orders paid exceed 
the nuniher issued aliout twenty-five per cent. 

Tlie number of carriers em|)loyed is fifty. Two hundred street letter boxes are conveniently 
distributed througliout the city, and are gradually growing into the confidence of those for 
whose benefit they were intended. The boxes are usually attached to street lamj) posts, an<l 

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are uuiformly painted green. They are fastened witli the best possible lock, and bear a printed 
card indicating the time or times the contents are collected, which in every case is at least once 
per day. The branch offices are situated as follows: Station A at 1305 Polk Street, and 
embraces the tract west of Taylor and north of Geary to Central Avenue. Station B at the 
southwest corner of Seventh and Market ; it embraces the tract south of Market from Third to 
to Tliirteenth, that west of Stockton and south of Geary to Cemetery Avenue, the Potrero and 
South San Francisco. Station C at the northeast corner of Twentieth and Mission Streets ; it 
includes all the territory from Thirteenth to Twenty-six Streets and that from the Potrero to 
Church Street. General James Coey is Postmaster, Mr. William C. Dougherty is his first 
Assistant Postmaster. They are ably supported by a staff— exclusive of letter-carriers — of fifty- 
four persons, ten of the number being ladies. 

The United States Marine Hospital is situated at Mountain Lake, on the Presidio 
Reservation, near the junction of California Street. The nearest point to the hospital now 
reached by the street cars is Central Avenue. During the year a new boiler for heating 
purposes was introduced at an exj^ense of $2,500. It consists of three long, two-story wooden 
buildings, wdiich are ample for the accommodation of one hundred and twenty-five patients. All 
the modern hospital improvements are found in this institution. It is maintained at a cost of 
about $25,000 a year. The class of persons admitted here are merchant seamen (all persons 
employed on sea and inland merchant vessels) who are obliged to prove their vocation at the 
Custom Jlouse. This hospital is not a public charity. The Government makes a direct tax 
upon the seamen who receive its benefits, which serves to defray a part of its expenses. Dr. C. 
N. Ellinwood is the surgeon in charge, office 715 Clay Street, corner of Kearny, where permits 
for admission are issued. An ambulance leaves this office daily, carrying patients to the 
hospital. 

Army, Navy, etc. — During the past year, the Headquarters of the Military Division of the 
Pacific and the Department of California, the offices and warehouses of the Quartermaster and 
Commissary Generals, which formerly occupied rented offices in the city, have been removed, to 
the Presidio Reservation. To accommodate these changes, important and extensive improve- 
ments were made. Two new barrack-houses, one story each, were erected on the north side of 
the parade gi-ound, for headquarters uses, with buildings in the rear for the accommodation of 
the necessary clerical force ; the cottages ^on the south side have been remodelled, and the 
building occupying the east side of the parade gi-ound removed, making a material increase in 
the grounds. Another, and by far the most important, improvement has been the construction 
of a finely-graded road, neai-ly one mile in length, by the circuitous route enforced by the 
nature of the laud, from the Barracks to Fort Point. The expenditures during the past year 
have amounted to between $45,000 and $50,000. It is expected that an appropriation for the 
coming fiscal year of $170,000 will be granted for the continuation of the work upon the above 
road and the erection of additional warehouses for the accommodation of the quartermaster's 
and commissary's departments. 

State Buildings or Offices. — Although several State officials necessarily have their offices 
in this city, the State has not yet provided any special building for their accommodation. The 
various Commissioners, Inspectors and Agents rent offices as convenient as possible to the 
respective locations of their several occupations. Should the reader have any special desire to 
know where these are he can easily ascertain by referring to the proper place in the general 
directory. 

Municipal Buildings. — Of these, the first to be noticed is the Old City Hall, standing 
on the southeast corner of Kearny and Washington Streets. It was one of the first large 
buildings erected in the pioneer days of the city, and remains a standing monument of the 
illy-conceived structures of that date. Until the past year it has contained most of the city 
offices. During 1878, most of the offices were removed to the New City Hall, and there now 
remains in the building only the following : Sheriff's Office, City and County Surveyor, City 
and County Clerk, District Attorney, Superintendent of Streets, Board of Fire Commissioners, 
Chief of Police, Police Court, Police Commissioners, Fourth and Twelfth District, Municipal 
and City Criminal Courts, Municijial Court of Appeals and five Justices' Courts. It is ex- 
pected that the exodus of the coming year will nearly close up its municipal career. 

The New City Hall. — This building when completed will not only be the largest and most 
durable structure in the city, but it is believed will be by far the largest edifice of this descrip- 
tion in the United States. It is located upon a triangular plot of gTound bounded by Larkin 
Street, McAllister Street, and Park Avenue, a site which, though now somewhat removed 
from the business portion of the city, will doubtless be found most convenient, should the city 
continue its rapid spread, by the time the building is finally completed. The main front of the 
structure is on Park Avenue, and measures eight hundred feet. The main building consists 
of a series of pavilions which are adoi^ned Avith Corinthian pilasters and columns forty-eight feet 
in height. At each end of the principal front is one of these pavilions, while in the center is 
the almost semi-circular portico which forms the principal entrance on Park Avenue. When 
the entire structure is completed it will have a frontage of five hundred and fifty feet 
on Larkin Street and six hundred and fifty feet on McAllister Street. On the Larkin 
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a hundred and fifty feet high on either side. From either end of the McAllister Street front 
will be projected mugs, each one hundred and forty feet in length, enclosing three sides in an 
oblong square. Tne main tower of the building ■\\ill be over the principal entrance ; it will 
measure about two hundred and seventy feet in height, and be seventy feet square. The en- 
trance from City Hall Avenue leads directly to a large circular haU eightj' feet in diameter and 
one hundred and five feet high. From this lead numerous corridors to the various halls and 
offices. The basement of the buUdmg contains a story twelve and one-half feet high, which wdl 
be used as the city prison. Above this is the ground floor, twenty feet high, and next above is 
the principal floor of the building, which will be mainly occupied by the courts, the several halls 
being each thirty-four feet high. The Hall of Records, a circular edifice eighty-six feet in 
internal diameter and ninety-five feet in external diameter, was finished in the Spring of 1877 far 
enough to permit occu2jaucy in May of that year. It is surmounted by a dome, rising to a 
height of one hundred and thirty-four feet. The plan contemplates a wide arcade surrounding 
the hall, rising to the height of the first story, which wiU increase the diameter of the lower 
part of the building to one hundred and thirty-two feet. This arcade is partly built. The Hall 
lies to the east of the City Hall proper, with which it is connected by an open arcade, corres- 
ponding in style witli that surrounding the Hall of Records, the course between the two build- 
ings describing an arc of a circle. 

During the past year, the eastern portion of the building, up to, and including the centre 
portico on McAllister Street, has been completed and occupied. 

The officers whose departments are located in the New City Hall are as follows, viz. : the City 
and County Recorder, the Mayor, Treasurer, Auditor, City and County Attorney, Assessor, 
Tax Collector, License Collector andRegistrar of Voters ; the Board of S'upervisors, the Board 
of Education and the Commissioners of Insanity are accommodated in the building, and also 
the County Court, the Probate Court and the Nineteenth District Court. All of the foregoing 
officers and courts went into occupancy during the past year, save the Recorder. 

Contracts have been let for completing the walls, roofing, etc,, of the remainder of the 
McAllister Street front, and the greater part of the Larkin Street front ; this work is advancing 
rapidly, and the revenue of the next fiscal year wiU be applied to completing this part of the 
building internally. 

A portion of the building lyingback from the McAllister Street front towards the main entrance 
haU and tower on Park Avenue has been temporarily roofed in over the first story, ami the 
basement and first story are being completed. This will give acctanmodations for the Mayor 
(who at present is in temporary occupancy of rooms ultimately intended for the County t^'hrk), 
and seven other rooms which have not yet been appropriated. This part of the building will 
be ready for occupancy about the 1st of July next. 

A temjjorary entrance to the building will also he made from the Market Street side, through 
the main tower, giving direct access through to the McAllister Street entrance door. 

Tlie expenditures upon the New City Hall, up to the close of the fiscal year June 30, 1878, 
have been as follows: Expended by the first Board of Commissioners, §l,3(iG,000; l>y the 
Board of Supervisors, $203,720; by the present Board of Commissioners, §823,1)27.88, total 
S2,3i)3,647.8S. Estimated amount required to complete, from July 1, 1878, §2,000,000. The 
final completion will necessarily require a number of j^eai-s, as only a limited revenue applicable 
to its construction is raised in each year. 

Indu.strial School. — This is a reformatory institution to -which ungovernable boys are 
committed, either on complaint of the officers of the law, or, as it often happens, at the retjuest 
of the jiarents or guardians of the refractory youths. It is located on the San Jose Road, about 
six miles southwest of the City Hall, and is designed to accommodate two Inmdrcd fifty 
boys. During the year ending June 30, 1878, there were two hundrc<l and thirty-three com- 
mitments — the average number of inmates being two liundred and thirty-nine. The ages of the 
inmates range from children of nine j'ears to lads of eiglitccn, the greatest number lioiiig from 
ten to seventeen. The boys at the institution are compelled botli to work and study, four liours 
per day being devoted to the former, and four and a quarter lunirs to tlie latter. Some are taught 
various useful trades, and a large number are employed in farming and gardening — seventy-hve 
acres of tlie one hundred and thirty which compose the grounds being under cultivation. The 
schoobroftm will seat two hundred boys. 

The Magdalen Asylum connected with this institution had last year an average number of 
seventy-five inmates. Fifteen dollars per capita per month is appropriated for their su)>iiort. 

Tiin House of CoRKErTiON is situated on the San Jose Road, on the lot occupied al.so l)y 
the Industrial School. The building, which is composed of brick and stone, was completed iu 
1874, and cost alxmt .?120,000. The central portion is octagonal in form. Attiiched are two 
wings, containing in all two hundred cells, each caj)able of accommodating two prisoners. The 
plan contemplates three other wings, with accommodation for one thousand inmates. The cells 
are furnished for three hunired and ninety-four jirisoners, with three dark cells for tlie jiurjiose 
of puni.shmcnt. During the year, this institution was also u.sed as a branch jail to relieve the 
jiressure on the old County Jail. There were received during the year, sixty-one House of 
Correction and two hundred and fifty-nine County Jail ])risoners. The discharges for expiration 
of sentences and other causes amounted to three hundred and ninety-eight, leaving with 



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number on hand at opening of year, one hundred and twenty-seven prisoners. Several large 
workshops have been built for the prisoners, all of •u-hom are required to perform manual labor 
for eight hours each day. There is also a hospital and chapel. 

The City and County Hospital is situated on a ten-acre plot of ground, in the soixthern 
portion of the city, bounded by Potrero Avenue and Nevada, Sierra and Nebraska Streets. 
The main entrance is on Potrero Avenue. The buildings of the hospital, which has acconnno- 
dations for three hundred and eightj'-four patients, comprise the administi-ative and dining 
halls, each wooden buildings, three stories in height, and situated opposite each other in the 
centre of the block, a kitchen and laundry, gate-house, stable, moi-gue. ojjerating rooms, etc. , 
besides six long, two-story wooden jjavilions, used as hospital wards. Each of these is capable 
of accommodating sixty-four patients, besides nurses and attendants. Between the administrative 
and diniug-hall buildings extends a long, covered corridor. During the year ending June 30, 
1878, there were three thousand and seven patients admitted to the hospital. Avei'age number 
of patients, three hundred and eighty-three. Total expenditures, $83,411.08. Average cost per 
patient, .$218.05. 

The City and County Alms House occupies a portion of the old San Miguel Ranch, 
distant about six miles from the City Hall, and within sight of Lake Honda. The Alms 
House consists of a large four-story building, having a frontage of one hundred and sixty- 
seventy feet, with wings at the northern and southern extremities, each forty-four by seventy- 
three and one-half feet. It was opened September 12, 1867, and has accommodation for five 
hundred inmates. During the last fiscal year live hundred and seventy-two were admitted, and 
at the close of the year there were four hundred and thirty-three remaining. The number of 
inmates is frequently largely in excess of the number which the building was originally designed 
to accommodate. The cost of maintaining the institution for the past fiscal year was .$66,872.- 
52 ; the average yearly cost for each inmate being §140.49, and the daily cost of each, 883 cents. 
The institution is under the charge of Mr. M. J. Keating. 

The Twenty-Sixth Street Hospital, located on the Potrero, near the corner of De Haro 
and Colusa streets, is specially set aj^art for the receipt and care of persons afflicted 'sWth con- 
tagious diseases. The total number of patients treated during the fiscal year was twenty-six, 
of which twenty-four were afflicted with small -pox. P^ecently, by order of the Board of Health, 
a number of Chinese lepers have been removed to this Hospital, where they are kept in isolated 
quarters. John W. Foye is the Resident Physician. 

The County Jail is an old two-story brick building, located on Broad-way between Kearny and 
Dupont Streets. For years it has been utterly inadequate to accommodate the number of pris- 
oners committed to it, and temporary expedients in the establishment of branch jails, and the 
occasional use of the House of Correction have been resorted to when overcrowded. At the 
present time the use of the House of Correction by the Sheriff for this purpose has been ordered 
stopped, and the branch jail abandoned. It is expected, however, that quarters in the New 
City Hall will be shortly provided for the relief of this institution. 

The City Prison, located in the basement of the Old City Hall, at the corner of Kearny and 
Washington Streets, is the most inadequate of all our city institutions. The prison consists of 
one long corridor, opening into which are several large cells, in each of which a score of prisoners 
are confined at once. At the upper end of the corridor are several rows of smaller cells, which 
two or three prisoners can occupy at a time. The whole place is damp and almost without 
ventilation. 

In the northeast corner of the basement is an apartmant used as a receiving hospital for the 
reception and treatment of invalids found exposed on the streets, casualties, wounds, etc. 

The vast number of arrests made at times during the year for violation of the cubic-air ordi- 
nance had the eifect of converting this noisome institution into a veritable Black Hole of Calcutta. 

During the last fiscal year eighteen thousand six hundred and twenty-seven arrests were 
made, nine being for manslaughter and forty-two for murder. Ninety-five suicides were reported. 
The police force was increased during the year from one hundred and fifty-four to three hun- 
dred and twenty-five men. 

"" Sailors' Home. — This building which was built for and formerly used as the United States 
Marine Hospital ;s located on the corner of Harrison and Main Streets. It is a large four- 
story brick building of rectangular shape, having projecting bastions at each corner, the inter- 
mediate spaces between which are connected on the outside with iron balconies on each floor. 
It is maintained by the collection of the legal dues imposed on sailors hailing from or arriving 
at the port. 

Street Kailroads. 

The system of intercommunication, as developed by our street railroads, is perhaps not sur- 
passed in facilities of accommodation by that of any other city in the world, and has grown to 
its present proportions witliin the past twelve years ; this, te'O, notwithstanding the fact that 
engineering skill, inventive genius, and mechanical appliances, new and foreign to the history of 
prior street railroad construction, were demanded by the rough contour of surface to which they 
have been applied. Sharp ascents or descents have here proven no bar to their successful 
building, the only question being, when does a neighborhood require additional facilities ? and 



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the solution is found whenever the question is definitely determined, regardless of the inter- 
vening engineering difficulties or obstacles. 

The first street railroad laid in the city — the ilarket Street — was operated for some years 
under legislative and municipal franchise, by steam, but has subsequent!}^ been converted into a 
horse railroad. Since that time extensions have been made from time to time in its tracks, 
branches have been added as fast as the development of the cit}' has called for fui-ther accom- 
modations, and in this respect the Market Street Railroad, as indeed all the subsequent addi- 
tional constructions of new lines, have anticipated rather than met the requirements of the city's 
growth. 

Up to the present year there have been built seven additional horse railroads, with branches, 
duplicate lines, and double tracks, until at the opening of the present year there was laid in the 
city something over fifty-five miles of track, not inclusive of the cable roads. 

The desirability of bringing within easy reach of the business heart of the city the more ele- 
vated portions of the city which laid contiguous to it, as well as to enhance the value of these 
properties for residence locations, early directed attention to the solution of the problem of cheap 
and frequent communication. Horse railroads were out of the question, or only available by 
long and cii'cuitous routes, and then susceptible of operation only by the hea^•ie^t expense. 

The first practical solution of the question was produced by the company organized for the 
construction of the Clay Street line, who in 1873 first demonstrated the complete success of 
the idea of the " endless wire cable," and practically leveled the mountains of our city, by 
giving us a means of passenger transportation which knows no hindrance from excessive grades 
to be surmounted, nor additional cost in operation. The steep grades of this line average fifteen 
feet in every one himdred. The success of this principle haWng been estiiblished, the Sutter 
Sti'eet Company was quick to avail itself of the improvement, and in 1876 pro\-ided the cable 
and necessary machinery for the working of its line from the junction of Gutter and Market 
Streets to the crossing of .Sutter and Larkin — a portion of their line which had prior to that 
time been using extra horse power in its operation, and which was not in the enjoyment of any 
great public favor, owing to the slow time enforced by the grades to be surmounted. During 
the past year the Sutter Street Company has introduced the cable for the working of that 
portion of their line lying between Sutter and Hayes Street on Larkin. This com])any using 
both the motive powers — horses and the cable— records its testimony m favor of tlie cable, both 
on tlie score of economy and character of service. On this line the continuous trips of 
the cars being only partiall}- served by the cable motor, they ai'e transferred without delay at 
the termini of the cables to the horse power, by which their trips are continued. 

The crowning work in this class of lines is, however, represented in the California Street 
Railroad, which was organized in August, 1876. Ground was broken for its construction July 5, 
1877, and the last rail of the track from Kearny to Fillmore Street laid on the 18th day of 
December following. The road was opened for trattic, April 10, 1878. A description of the 
character of the construction of this, the best road of its class, will illustrate the most complete 
perfection of the princii>le- The rails are of steel, and connected by fish joints, like the T 
rail. The ribs, which serve as ties, are made from T rail in)n turned bottom up, and be'nt to a 
curve, so as to i)ass under the tube which encloses the cable ; these are about four feet apart, 
and rest upon a solid and continuous concrete, the concrete being carried up so as to form the 
sides of the cable tubes and the foundation of the street paving between the track. No 
wood whatever was used in the construction of the road-bed. At Kearny and Fillmore Streets, 
umlerground excavations walled up \vith solid mas(mry, each sixty feet long, contain the 
automatic tightening gear for the cable, which takes up, not only the occasional slacking, but any 
permanent stretching which may occur. The road crosses two ranges of hills, the summits 
being at Jones and Uctavia Streets ; between the two, at the crossing of Larkin, and in the 
centre of California Street, is located the engine and driving machinery, to receive which, 
excavations were rec^uired thirty-one feet in depth, one Imndred and ten feet in length, and 
thirty feet in width. The engines and boilers are located under the sidewalk and company's 
building, corner of Larkin and California, the whole being surrounded and surmounted liy solid 
masonry, the magnitude of which can only be aj)i)reciated by those conversant with works of 
like character. There are two engines of five hundred horse-power e;ich, and are so arranged 
that either can be used, or both at (mce, if required. The cable is in two parts, each about 
nine thousand feet long, and weighs forty-three thousand five hundred jjounds. It is made of 
flexible steel wire, one and a (juarter inches in diameter, and was manufactured by A. S. Hallidie 
of this city, who is the original inventor and patentee, he having manufactured all of those in 
use in the city. The cable winds around immense iron wheels at citlier extremity of the line, 
maintaining a continuous circuit up one track and down the other while the road is in operation. 
The Clay Street Railroad (litters in construction only in having its cable in one piece, and the 
engine located at the toit of tlie hill, instea<l of between two, .as in the California. The summit 
of the hill crowned by the ("lay Street roail is three hundred and seven feet above Kearny 
Street; this elevation being achieved in less than one (juarter mile. The cars on all cable roads 
are drawn by dummy cars coupled ahead, which have grijiping attachments that connect and 
disconnect at will with the cable. 

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six and one-quarter cents for fare, or four tickets or fares for twenty-live cents, except the Clay 
Street Road, -which only charged five cents from the commencement of its operation. Upon 
that date, by virtue of an act of the last Legislature, all fares on street railroads in San Francisco 
were reduced to five cents. A thorough inquiry among the companies aliected by the change 
reveals the fact that for the past year the reduction (of twenty per cent. ) has cau.sed an increase 
in the volume of traffic of about ten per cent., thereby leaving the companies with a loss of ten 
per cent, on gross receipts. It is questionable, however, whether or not a similar loss in gross 
receipts would not have been experienced at the old price, had it been maintained, in view of 
the stringency of the year. Managers are hopeful of a better showing in the coming year. 

During the past year, in addition to the opening of the California Street road, and the sub- 
stitution of cable for horse power by the Sutter Street Company on a part of its line, the City 
Railroad Company has extended its Mission line from Steuart, through Mission and East streets 
to the Oakland Ferry Lauding ; the North Beach and Mission line has several small changes in 
line for the greater convenience of its route, and the Potrero and Bay View Company have com- 
pleted the conversion of their entire line from a single to a double track. 

The Sutter Street Company have abandoned during the year their branch lines from the 
crossing ot Polk and Bush, through Bush, Fillmore, California and Central Avenue to Point ^ 
Lobos Road, and have leased that portion of their line from Octavia to Harbor View for one 1-3 
year. They will extend their Sutter Street line at once from Polk to Central Avenue, after 
the completion of which that part of their line from the comer of Polk and Sutter, through 
Polk and Vallejo to Octavia, will be operated as a branch. 

During the early part of .January of the present year the California Street Railroad Company 
petitioned the Board of Suijervisors to consent to their abandoning of their franchise west of 
Fillmore Street, on the ground of the prior occupancy of the street by the Sutter Street Com- 
pany, but upon the adoption of an oixler for the removal of the Sutter Street Company's tracks 
fi'om California Street, the petition for abandonment has been withdrawn, and the California 
Street Company have agreed to complete their line to Central Avenue within the time of 
their original franchise, ten months from date hereof (February, 1879), an extension of time 
for its completion to First Avenue having been agi-eed ujjon. 

Franchises are also in existence for the construction of lines as follows : One, known as the 
Ocean Beach Railroad Company, to run from California Street through First Avenue and vari- 
ous streets south of the Park to Great Highway and the southern boundary of the county, ■«ill 
probably be run by cable, and another cable road, to run from the corner of Washington 
and Montgomery, through Montgomery Avenue and Union Street to Steiner, its ultimate desti- 
nation being the Presidio. Work on this line would have been commenced ere this, but for 
some complications in regard to right of way for part of the line overland embraced -nathin the 
old Alcade grant. The prospect now is, that all opposition on the part of the property owners 
of the Alcade grant will be abandoned, when the work will be pushed rapidly to completion 
as far as Steiner Street. _, 

Still another cable road, to run through Geary Street, is projected, the lot on the northeast ^ 
corner of Gear}' and Buchanan having been secured for the erection of the engine-house. ^ 

Sixteen fifty- vara lots, lying in the double block bounded by Cole, Waller, Frederick and -^ 
Clayton streets, liaA-e been purchased by the engineer of the California Street Cable Road, acting 
for Leland Stanford, looking to the building of a wire-cable road on Oak or Haight streets, from 
the Market Street Railroad on ;NLT,rket Street, to the Park and Stanyan Street, and ultimately 
to the ocean ; work has already been commenced. It is also in contemplation to convert the 
Market Street and Hayes Valley horse-car lines into cable roads. This determination has 
resulted from the experience acquired in the California Street line, which has paid one and one 
quarter per cent, per month on the original investment. 

The following statistics of the roads already built will be of interest : 

California Street Railroad. — Runs from Kearny Street through California to Fillmore. 
It has twenty -five cars, seating sixteen persons each, and twenty-five dummies, seating eighteen 
persons each. Round trip from Kearny to Fillmore and return is made in twenty minutes. 
The company's offices and buildings are located at the corner of California and Larkin streets. 
The cost of the road was §430,000. Its officers are : Leland Stanford, president; N. T. Smith, 
Aace -president ; T. W. Hinchman, secretary ; Thomas Seals, superintendent. 

Clay Street Railroad. —Runs from Keai-ny Street through Clay to Van Ness Avenue; 
The cable is nearly two miles long, was made in one piece, and weighs eight tons. One million 
six hundred thousand passengers were carried during past year, and one million pounds Sydney 
screenings consumed. 

Sutter Street Railroad. — Runs from the foot of Market Street via Market, Sutter^^ Polk 
and Vallejo to Octa\aa. The leased portion of the Hue runs from comer of Octavia and Vallejo 
via Octavia, Union, Steiner, Greenwich and Baker to Harbor View. A branch line runs from 
Polk through Pacific Avenue to Fillmore. Another branch runs from Sutter through Larkin, 
Market, Ninth and Mission to Fourteenth Street. It has fifty-five cars, fourteen dummies, one 
hundred and eighty-one horses, and one steam motor. Monthly dividends of §2,500 are being 
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The North Beach and Mission Railroad Company. — Runs from Townsencl through 
Fourth, Market, Kearny, ^lontgomery Avenue and other streets to the junction of ^lason and 
Francisco streets. The Z^Iissiou route runs from the ferry landings through Market, California, 
Kearny, Market, Fourth and Folsom to Twenty-sixth Street. Another branch runs from the 
corner of Montgomery and California streets through California, Battery, First and Folsom to 
Fourth Street. The company employs fortj'-tive cars, three hundred horses and one hundred 
and fifty men. It carries about five million passengers annually. 

The Omnibus Railroad Company. — Runs from the Southern Pacific Railrord Depot, on 
Townsend Street, through Townsend, Third, Market, Montgomery, Montgomery Avenue, 
Pacific, Stockton, Union and Powell to Bay Street. A branch runs from Montgomery along 
Market to the ferry landing. Another branch from Third Street along Brannan to Pacific Mail 
Steamship Docks. Their " Mission Route " runs from Montgomery through Washington, 
Sansom, ilarket. Second and Howard to Twentj^-Sixth Street. Thecomjiany has forty-six cars, 
twenty- four of which are "bobtails," three hundred horses, and employs one hundred and 
thirty men. 

The Central Railroad Company. — Runs from ferry landing through East, Jackson, 
Sansom, Bush, Kearny, Post, Stockton, Geary, Tajdor, Sixth and Brannan to Eighth Street. 
Another line runs from ferrj^ landing through Market, Pine, Sansom, Bush, Kearny, Post, Dupont, 
Market, Turk and other streets to the comer of Post and Central Avenue. The com^tany 
employs in daily use twenty-eight cars, three hundred horses and one hundred and fifty men. 
Three million seven hundred and fifty thousand passengers were carried last year. 

The City Railroad Company. — Runs from ferry landing through East and Mission to 
Twenty-sixth Street. Its other line runs from ferrj' landing through Market, Sutter, Dujxmt, 
Market, Fifth and Mission to Twentieth Street. It has fifty cai-s, all " bobtails," two hundred 
and fifty horses and requires forty-five drivers daily. 

The Potrero and Bay View Railroad. — Runs from ferry landing via Market, Post, 
Dupdiit, Market, Fifth, Bluxome, Fourth and Kentucky streets and Railroad Avenue to 
'Jliirty-fourth Avenue, South San Francisco. The greater portion of the southerly section of 
this road is over water, crossing Mission Bay and Islais Creek on substantial and expensive 
bridges. It uses the "bobtail " car. 

Market Street Railroad. — Runs from ferry landing through Market and Valencia to 
Twenty -sixth Street. The Hayes Valley brancli runs fnmi ferry landing through Market, 
Hayes, Laguna, Tjder and other streets to corner of Devisadem and O'Farrell streets. The 
Fifth Street line runs from ferry landing through Market and Fifth to the Southern Pacific 
Railroad depot. The company has seventy-seven cars, five hundred and fifty horses and 
emjiloj's two hundred and fifty men. The number of miles ran by the cars of this companj- in 
1878 was one million four hundred and twenty-four thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. 

Berry Street Railroad. — Runs from Seventh through Berry and Third to' Channel 
streets. This road was completed during the past year, but cars have not as yet been placed 
on it. 

Stoain Itailroads. 
Central Pacific. — This railroad extends from San Francisco to Ogden, Utah, a distance of 
eight hundred and eighty-two and eighty-nine hundredths miles ; there is also embraced in 
the ])roperty of the company, by consolidation, the Western Pacific, the California and (Oregon, 
the San Francisco, Oakland and Alameda, and tlie San Joacpiin Valley railroads, which, together 
with tlic leased lines, make a total mileage operated l)y the conipanj' of two thousand one hun- 
dred and eighty-seven miles. There is also operated under tliis company two hundred and 
ninety-four miles of steamer line, on the Sacramento River. The amount of stock subscribed in 
the Central Pacific Railroad Comjjany of California is $()2,()08,S00, of which Sa4,27o,500 has 
been paid up. Tlie receipts for the year 1878, from transportation of passengers, S5, 284,913. 07 ; 
of freights, $1(),8(»2,27().40 ; and from other sources, Sl,443,(i()!).0S ; total, $17.r)30,8i)8,r)r). The 
operating expenses for the year were 88,780,312.48, leaving net earnings to the amount of 
?8,7oO,.'>4(j.07, the proportion of operating expenses to gross receipts being a shade over fifty per 
cent. Tlie indebtedness of the comj)any at tiie close of said year amounted to :?S2,740,()80, of 
which tliere is due to tlie United States .'527,8r)r),()80. The value of the road, including its lands, 
steamers, rolling .stock, machine shops, and all appurtenances, is estimated at S187,003,(>80. (i(). 

The additions to rolling stock during tlie year have been twelve i)assenger, two baggage, and 
three hundred and four fiat cars. The rolling stock of the company now embraces two hundred 
and twenty-eight locomotives, one hundred and thirtj' first-class, forty-one sleeping, twenty 
mail and express, seventy-two emigrant, thirty-one baggage, seventy-three caboose, five ottiocr's, 
seven wrecking, four station, two thousand five hundred and forty -three 1)0X, and two thousaml 
and thirteen flat cars, or a total of four thousand nine huiidre<l and thirty-nine cars. During 
the year new road has been made as follows : San Pal)lo and Tulare road, from Tracy to Mar- 
tinez, connecting at Martinez with the Northern Hailroad, at a point thirty-one miles from 
Oakland. The distance from Tracy to Martinez is forty-six and one-half miles. By this new 
connection an a<lditional line for through traffic is made, which avoids the severe gradients of 
the Livermore Pass. The Northern has been extended from Suisun to the Beiiicia water front, 
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course of construction at tlie company's ship yard in Oakland. This steamer, which will be the 
largest of her class in the world, will be four hundred and twenty-live feet in length, on deck, 
over all, will have four parallel tracks running the entire length of the boat, and will be cajjable 
of transfering at each trip forty-eight freight or twenty-four passenger cars. When completed 
she will be used for the transportation of overland freight and passengers, who will then go by 
the way of Suisun and Carquinez Straits, a material shortening of distance being thereby efiected. 
Other additions to road have been three and nine-tenths miles from Shell Mound to Berkeley, and 
twenty-five and six-tenths miles north from Williams towards Tehama. 

The Southekx Pacific Railroad Co. is a consolidation (April 12, 1870) of the following 
companies : Southern Pacific, chartered December 2, 1865 ; San Francisco and San Jose, char- 
tered April 7, 1870 ; Santa Clara and Pajaro Valley, chartered January 2, 1868 ; and California 
Southern, chaz'tered January 22, 1870. 

The Southern Pacific Branch Railroad Co., chartered December 23, 1872, was consolidated 
in the Soiithern Pacific August 19, 1873; and the Los Angeles and San Pedro Railroad Co., 
chartered February 18, 1868, was consolidated therein December 18, 1874. The total length of 
all these lines forming the Southern Pacific Railroad, as now constructed and in progress, is one 
thousand two hundred and twenty-three and one-quarter miles. 

By the Act of Congress passed March 3, 1871, to incorporate the Texas and Pacific Railroad 
Co. , the Southern Pacific Railroad Co. was authorised to connect with the latter road at Fort 
Yuma, so as to provide a through line to San Francisco, public lands being granted in aid 
thereof. At the first session of the last Congress, a bill amending the former, and allowing the 
Southern Pacific Railroad Co. to continue its line eastward, across Arizona and New Mexico, about 
five hundred miles, to a point one hundred miles west of El Paso, and fixing that as the point of 
junction of the two roads, was reported, each company to acquire the lands and franchises for so 
much as it constructed. The bill also proposed a guarantee by the United States of the interest 
on the five per cent, bonds of the companies, at the rate of §!35. 000 per mile, for the term of fifty 
years. Final action is yet to be taken upon it. In the meantime, to complete at the earliest 
practicable day the through connection by the thirty-second parallel, the Southern Pacific Rail- 
road Co. has obtained legislative authority from Arizona to construct its road through that Ter- 
ritory. 

The last rail comiecting Los Angeles and San Francisco was laid Sept. 5th, 1876. In the 
construction of this road great engineering difficulties were encountered, and at the Tehachapi 
Pass, Avhere the Coast Range and the Sierra Nevada form a junction, there are seventeen tun- 
nels in less than twenty miles, the aggregate length thereof being seven thousand six hundred and 
eighty-three and three-quarters feet ; and at San Fernando there is a single tunnel in length 
six thousand nine hundred and sixty-six and one-half feet. These tunnels, at the bottom, are 
fourteen feet in the clear, and in height twenty feet ten inches. The work on the San Fernando 
tunnel was commenced March 27, 1875 ; the headings met July 14, 1876 ; and the timbering was 
completed August 9, 1876. It is built on a grade of thirty-seven feet to the mile. 

The road was open to Fort Yuma (seven hundred and twenty miles distant from San Fran- 
cisco, (^^a Lathrop and Goshen) on May 23, 1877. The Sierra Nevada range is crossed at Teha- 
chapi, at an elevation of four thousand and twenty-six feet above tide. The Sierra Madre, at 
the Soledad Pass, near Alpine, at three thousand two hundred and eleven feet, and the San 
Bernardino range at San Gorgonio Pass, at two thousand five hundred and ninety-two feet 
above tide. 

The Company also own and run a line of steamers to points on the Colorado River, viz : 
Castle Dome, thirty-five miles ; Ehrenburg, one hundred and twenty-five miles ; Aubrey Land- 
ing, two hundred and twenty miles ; Chimahueris Ranch, two hundred and forty miles ; Camp 
Mohave, three hundred miles ; and Hardyville, three hundred and twelve miles from Yuma. 

Under the Acts of Congi-ess approved July 27, 1866, and March 3, 1871, the Southern Pacific 
Railroad Co. acquired the right of way (two hundred feet wide) through the public lands, and 
twenty alternate sections for each mile of road completed and equipped. These grants cover 
about nine hundred and thirty-two miles. 

The mileage of this Company in operation January 1, 1879, was as follows : From San 
Francisco to Tres Pinos, one hundred and five-tenths miles ; Caruadero Junction to Soledad, 
sixty and forty one-hundredths miles ; Huron to Colorado River, five hundred and twenty-eight 
and eighty one-hundredths miles ; and from Los Angeles to Wilmington, twenty-two and 
twenty-five one-hundredths miles — making a total of seven hundred and eleven and ninety-five 
one-hundredths miles. 

About the first of December last, the extension of the road into Arizona was commenced, 
and there are already about eighty miles completed and in operation, it being the intention of 
the company to prosecute the work vigorously to completion. The delay incident to the com- 
mencement of work of this extent having been overcome, the road is rapidly advancing eastward, 
track at the present time being laid at the rate of a mile and a half a day, not only opening up 
a speedy route to, and facilitating in the development of the rich mines of Arizona and New 
and Old Mexico ; but, before we are hardly aware of it, we shall find that we have a second 
railroad across the continent which will furnish a short and direct route to New Orleans and all 
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The company has furnished us with its proposed plan of progress, which is as follows : To 
reach Maricopa Wells, one hundred and eighty -live miles from Yuma, in May next ; Tucson, 
three hundred miles, in Januarj' ISSO ; Messila, Xew Mexico, five hundred and forty miles, in 
January 1SS2, and El Paso, Texas, six hundred miles, in July 18S2. 

The road is built on the standard American gauge, four feet eight and one-half inches, and 
is laid with rail weighing fifty-six pounds to the yard, a large portion of wliich is steel. The 
rolling stock consists of forty-three engines, sixty-eight passenger, ten baggage, mail and 
express, live hundred and eighty-one box and stock, tliree hundred and twenty-eight Hat, 
twelve dump and two hundred and twenty ser\'ice cars, making a total of twelve hundred and 
nineteen cars. 

The offices of the company are located in the Railroad Building, comer of Fourth and 
Townsend streets. Its officers are : Charles Crocker, President ; Charless. F. Crocker, Vice- 
President ; X. T. Smith, Treasurer ; J. L. "Willcutt, Secretary ; A. C. Bassett, Superintendent ; 
George E. Gray, Chief Engineer, and Jerome Madden, Land Agent. C. P. Huntington, 9 Nassau 
Street, New York City, is its Eastern Agent and Attorney. 

California Pacific. — This road extends from Vallejo to Sacramento, passing through a 
fine agricultural country and affording facilities for the carrying of the large surplus grain 
product to tide- water. During the year, increased facilities and new connections have been 
made. Its statistics are included in the statement of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, 
who operate the road under a lease. 

The Board of Directors of the California Pacific is composed of R. P. Hammond, George E. 
Gray, J. L. Willcutt, J. 0. B. Gunn, C. F. Crocker, N. T. Smith and C. J. Robinson. 

North PacifiO Coast Narrow Gcage. — This road, completed during the j'ear 1877, 
extends to Moscow, a distance of seventy-nine and one-half miles. It is built along the rugged 
and broken country of the Coast, and cost with equipment about .?.3, 000,000, or .?37,oOO per 
mile. The equipment consists of twelve locomotives, sixteen passenger, four baggage and three 
huntlred freight cars, three steamboats, one steam tug and three freight barges. Its officers are 
M. S. Latham, President ; John W. Doherty, General Manager ; W. F. Russell, General 
Freight Agent and W. R. Price, General Ticket Agent. 

San Fr.an-cisco and North Pacific. — Runs from Donohue to Cloverdale, a distance of 
fifty-six miles. A branch is in operation from Fulton to Guerneville. From Donohue, connec- 
tion is made with San Francisco by steamer. This road is building a tunnel near San Rafael, 
which will bring the road in close connection with deep water and materially improve its facili- 
ties. Its principal revenues are derived from the lumber trade. It employs seven engines, 
thirteen passenger, two express and one hundred and seve»ty-five freight cars. Its shops are 
located at Donohue. 

Los Angeles and S.vn Diego Railroad Company. — This corajjany was incoqwrated 
October 10, 1876, and provides for the construction of a road from Ixs Angeles to San Diego, 
a distance of one hundred and fortj» miles. There has been constructed, and is in operation from 
Florence, the point of junction with the Southern Pacific, live and one half miles south of Los 
Angeles, twenty-eight and one-tenth miles of road to Santa Ana. Work is still progressing, 
and will be prosecuted to completion, which -will bring San Diego and extreme Lower California 
witliin thirty hours of San Francisco. The office of the company is in the Railroad Building, 
corner of Fourth and Townsend Streets, and the officers are Charles Crocker, President; N. T. 
Smith, Treasurer; J. L. Willcutt, Secretary. 

South Pacific Coast Railroad. — This road, the most important addition to the railroad 
sj'steni of San Francisco during the past yeal", was formaU}' opened for traffic June 1, 1878, 
although trains hail been running irregularis' for some two months previous. The road runs 
from Alameda Point to Wright's, a distance of sixty-one miles. It is of the standard American 
narrow-gauge — three feet — is laid with rail weighing lity pounds to the yard (tliis rail was all 
manufactured by the Pacific Rolling Mills of San Francisco), is well ballasteil and first-class in 
every particular. The ro.ad, as far as constructed, has cost about !?*20,000 per mile. 'I'lie road 
connects with San Francisco by ferry, the comi)any having built for this service two fine ferry 
steamers — the Newark and Bay City — which ply between Alameila Point and the foot of Market 
Street, wliero there has been built slijis, and a depot containing waiting rooms, ticket offices, 
refreshment stands, etc., confonning in style, finisli and accommodations to those of tlie Central 
Pacific Railroad, which they adjoin. The company's sIiojjs are located at Newark, thirty miles 
from the city. At Wright's, the present terminus of the road, connection is made l>y all trains 
with stages for Santa Cruz, its ultimate terminus. At Wright's the road is to enter a tunnel 
(No. 3), six thousand one hundred and twenty-five feet in length, three-fourths r.f a mile 
beyond which tunnel 'So. 4 is met, five thousand eight liundred feet in length. Both tunnel3 
are being vigorously worke<l, and are well advancetl, witli a j)rospect of completion by Septem- 
ber of the present year, contemporaneously with which the road will open to Santa Cruz. 

Three through, trains per day are run, besides five local trains as far as High Street, Alameda. 

The officers of the coni{)any are : A. E. Davis, president ; B. B. Minor, secretary ; Thomas 
Carter, superintendent, and G. H. Waggoner,, general passenger agent. Its offices are located 
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Pacific Mail Steamship Company. -This company owns and operates the following lines • 
Newlork and Aspmwall, two thousand miles; Panama'and San Francisco, three thousal two 
hundred miles; Panama and Acapulco, one thousand eight hundred ikiles; Panama and 
Champerico one thousand one hundred miles; San Francisco and Hongkong, six thouL^id four 
hundred miles; ban Francisco and Tacoma, one thousand miles : San Frandsco anrius raHa 

Jtl ^^Tr '''^ ''"'^''^ "^'^'^ ', */'^^ ^'''^'^ °^ ^-^^t^^' twenty-three thousand ninf unS 4d 
miles, a distance very nearly equal to the circumference of the earth 

.r./hLi ^^^^'^'^J^'^ °/ tjie immense business included in these routes, the company now omtis 
and has m service twenty-two iron screw propellers, seventeen side-wheel steamshL besS 
superannuated vessels, tug boats, etc. Many of these vessels are of the best class of nava 
construction, and possess the most luxurious appointments 

on /l^e*Sn,t?I J^oi^''? *'"'? Francisco through line, ^da the ' •• Isthmus, " a vessel leaves New York 
Z.tL f^v r } each month, and San Francisco on the 5th and 20th of each month. The 
MaStlan jl^^J ''"'^i.^^'' J°«« de Guatemala, Acapulco, Manzamllo, San Bias anl 

Mazatlan. In the Panama and Champerico ime, a vessel leaves New York on the 10th and 30th 
of each month and Champerico on the 4th and 20th. In the Panama and Acapulco liiie a 
vessel leaves xN ew 1 ork on the 20th and Acapulco on the 18th of each month. The'^^C'hamperico 
and Acapulco lines are more especially designed for the accommodation of the coastwise trade 
of the Central American and Mexican ports of the Pacific s-^wise traue 

The operations of the through Isthmus line during the past year show a material decrease in 
freight transported although it is probable no serious^liminution in revenue has resultecl there 
J^r/i^fwr. .°T.' *^^°''^^tf^ Pf^:* «f ^^% year ha^-ing been operated under a pooling arrange- 
Wbrtnit f '""'^T*^ ^'T^""^" g^^^^^^teed to the Paciffc Mail a certain amount°of 

freight to each vessel; regardless of oflferings, at well sustained rates 

On the gi-eat mtercoutinental line, a vessel is dispatched from San Francisco on the 1st of 
every month, except when that day is Sunday, when the saHing day is on the Saturday previous, 
for Yokohama and Hongkong. On this line the business of the past year has shoMTi a slight 
i^TSe'paLTnger traffic ^^"'^ °^ ^^"S^*^' accompanied, however, ^th a material decreSe 

T ^"^ *^^n:t''^^'"xi^'' '■'"'*®' ^ ""^^^^^ ^^^""^^ ^^^ Francisco every fourth Monday, commencing with 
January 20th of the present year, carrying the United States and British mails, for Honolulu 
Auckland and feydney._^ This route in aggnregate of exports and imports shows an increase for 
tbe } ear 18/8 over 18/ / of over thirty per cent., and it is conjectured, in the absence of official 
figures, the Pacific .Alail was the recipient of its full proportion of the increase 

On the Tacoma lin^, a vessel is dispatched on the 10th, 20th and 30th of each month for 
_V ictoria, B. C, Port Townsend, Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and Portland. The company's more 
important connections are as follows : At Yokohama, with steamers of the Mitsu Bishi Co 
torMiggo Jsagasaki and Shanghai; at Hongkong, with English and French steamers for the 
upper ports of India, the Red Sea and the Suez Canal ; at Sydnev, A\-ith steamers for Wellington 
Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart To'wti; at Panama, with Pacific Steam Navieration Co 's line 
for aU important South American Ports, and at Aspinwall, with steamers of the Royal Mail 
feteam Packet C o. , Hamburg- American Packet Co. , West Indies and Pacific Steamship Co and 
Compagnie G-enerale Trans -Atlantique, to the various ports of Europe direct 

The commerce between China and Japan and San Francisco during the past year shows- 
from China, among other imports, 770,417 lbs. of coflee, of the value of §134,295 • 36 977 '>15 lbs " 
of nee, of the value of §1,088,108 ; 3,249,082 Itis. of tea, of the value of si, 145 524 -'968' 108 it>V 
of raw silk, of the value of §3,838,238, and silk cocoons, to the value of §84,399 ' From Japan 
there was received : 313,791 lbs. of raw silk, of the value of §1,578,8G9; silk worm eggs, cocoons 
and silk Avaste, to the value of §741,340, and 13,867,586 lbs. of tea, of the value of |3,404 630- 
the total imports from both countries for the year amounting to §14,685,781 Our exports o* 
merchandise to China amounted to §3,101,320; to Japan, §596,176; treasure export to China 
^11,682,332; to Japan, §127,157; total exports to both countries, §15,506,985. 
T-iQ^}^- ^™P°^*^ ^^°w ^^ increase of §1,519,707 over 1877, and the exports a decrease of §7,048- 
718, this decrease being almost entii-ely in treasure, which alone declined §6,434,834. 

Pacific Coast Ste.amship Company.— This company does nearly all the coasting business 
between ban Francisco and San Diego, excepting the transportation of lumber. Its steamers 
run to nearly every port on the Pacific Coast from San Diego on the south to British Columbia 
on the north. It owns sixteen steamers, two of them just off the stocks. Their new steamer 
State of California, is probably the fastest and finest ever built in this country, beincr the 
first and only one fljdng the American flag built under the supervision and rules ci the 
British Lloyds. She is intended for the Portland, Oregon, route. The other, the Victoria is 
mtended for the British Columbia route. ' 

The company is under the general agency of the well-known firm of Goodall, Perkins & Co 
who o-R-n a majority of the stock. The amount of capital stock is §2,000,000, divided into 
20,000 shares of §100 each. Over §1,000,000 has been paid in, and the company's assets foot 
up largely m excess of that amount. The Ticket Office is at 214 Montgomery, and the General 
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The Oregon- Steamship Company established, nearly twenty years ago, a regular Ime of 
steamships to ply between San Francisco, Astoria and Portland, Oregon. ^ essels now leave 
each port about every tive davs, carrs-ing the United States mails, express, treasure, freight and 
passengers, and conilecting vdth quick dispatch at Portland with raUroads, steamers and other 
connecting stage Unes, for all points in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories, British 
Columbia and Alaska. To accommodate the constantly-increasing trade and travel between 
San Francisco and Oregon, the Oregon Steamship Company dunng the past two years added to 
its fleet five lar^re, new, fast, first-class iron-screw steamships. All of these steamships combine 
great speed Ts-ith great carrying capacity of passengers and freight, and are provided with aU 
the modem improvements and elegant appointments, includmg superior cabin and steerage 
accommodations, for the safety and comfort of the traveling public, and the quick and safe 
handling of cargo. Henry Villard, Esq., is president, and Capt. K. \ an Oterendorp agent and 
general superintendent ; office 210 Battery Street. ^ , ■ ^ 

OcciDEVT^. A>D Oriental Ste.vmship Compaxy.— This company ta^ been m active 
operation between San Francisco and China and Japan since June, 1875. They dispatch one 
i- of their steamers about the middle of every month, carrying the Lnited btates mails its 
M I equipment consists of the Galic, Oceanic and Belgic, three large, weU-eqmpped vessels, of farst- 
^ ! class build affording exceUent accommodations, and almost pertect safety to the sea-faring pub- 
'I ' He. This line is operated by a company of some of the most reliable and worthy busmess men 

The cVlifokn-ia axd Mexican Ste.a.mship Compaxy dispatches a vessel upon the 1st of 
each month for Magdalena Bay. Cape St. Lucas, Mazatlan, La Paz and GuajTiias. This line 
carries the Mexican mails and Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, and is engaged exclusively m the 
^ Mexican Coast trade. 
tS 1 In addition there are plying from the city to various points on the coast and in our river and 
^ bay trade the foUowing : For Coos Bay and Eel River, Oregon, steamers Thomas A. \\ hitelaw 
3 i and \rcata • for Eureka, Hookton and Areata, steamers Humboldt and Los Angeles ; for ban 
" Buenaventura and way ports, steamer Constantine. For Sacramento the steamere Centennial 
'^ S M \Vhipple and Alice Garratt form daily lines, leaving the ^A ashmgton Street wharf at 3 
8 p' m The Sacramento trade also includes the steamers San Joaquin, Reform, and Juha. Ihe 
^ i steamers City of Stockton and Mary Garratt form a daily Hue to Stockton, and smaller steamers 
' ply ijetween'Napa, Petaluma, Antioch, Marys%-ille, and intermediate points, connecting them 
, with the city. 

Ferries. 
The 0*.kla>-d Fbkry, at the foot of Market Street, leaves everj- half hour for Oakland, 
from 6:10 a. m.. until 7 p. m. The next boat leaves at 8:10 ; the next, 9:20 ; the next, 10j30 ; 
aud the last at ll:4o. Trips are also made vln the Creek Route, boats leaving at b:00, /:-0; 
Slo, 9:15, 10:15 and 11:15, a. m., and 12:15, 1:15, 2:25, 3:15, -t- 15, 5:15 and U:lo p. m. The 
averac^e number of passengers crossmg from Oakland daily, during ISi 8, was tafteen thousand 
" , sevenVndred and sixty-six ; it is estimated that fully twenty thousand cross on Sundays. 
S Fare, fifteen cents each way; round-trip tickets, on Sundays twenty-hye cents. Commutation 
^ tickets, good for one trip, each way, per day, for one month, are sold at ^. The foUowmg 
^ I statistics concerning the travel on this ferry wiU prove quite mtorestiug; dumber ol tnps, 
^ ' 1873 two millions six hundred and fifty-five thousand six hundred ami seventy-one ; 18<4, 
t3 three millions one hundred and ninety-two thousand nine hundrcnl and lour; lS<o tour milhons 
S twenty-eight thousand three hundred and ten; 1876, four millions nme hundred and nine 
^ thous.and nine hundred and sixty ; 1877, five miUions five hundred and seventy thousand five 
O . hundred and fifty-five ; 1S7S, five millions seven hundred aud htty-four thousand six hundred 
^^ and two. The Company's slips and buildings are located at the foot of Mai-ket Street, upon the 
^ line of water front ^opted by the Board of Harbor Conunissioners. .The buildmgs are conve- 
S niently arranged, and contain waiting and refreshment rooms, ticket, oflices, baggage and 
^ express rooms, for the accommodation of passengers awaiting the ferries. 

H The Six Questi-v Ferry is at the foot of >Larket Street Four trips are made daUy, boats 

^ leaving .at 9:20 and 11:40 -c M., and at 2:15 and 4:20 P. M. ^ ,, ^ . f \T..l-.+ dtr^pf 

Saicelito Ferry. -The landing of these ferry steamers is at the foot of Market Street. 
Four round trips are made daily. About three thou3.and passengers are carried daily. C omiec- 
tion is made with the North" Pacific Coast Railroad Co., for lomales, etc. Boats leave m 
follows : 8:4,5 and 11:00 A. M., and 3:30 and 5:15 P. M. An extra trip is made on Mondays, 

leaving the wharf at 7:00 a. M. „ , . t. i i t v n ^„««+;r.n 
Bfkkelev Ferr v. -Trips are made d.iily, except Sundays, to Berkeley Kandmg. Connection 
is the're ma.le, i>cr stage, for the University Grounds. Boats leave San Irancisco as follows : 
8:00 A. M.. and 3:15 p M. Time, forty-five minutes. Commutation tickets, good for one roundl 
trio Dor day are issued at $3.00. . „ . . ■,■ . ^ j- • ;„_, 
The Alameda Ferry has its landing at the foot of Market Street, '°imediately_^]oinmg, 
and south-east of the Oakland Ferry Landing. Boats leave for Alameda I omt at o:30, 6:40, 
9:00 and 10:30 A. M. , and 1 :30, 4:00, 5:15 and G:30 P. M. The trip requires twenty-five nnnutea. ^ 
This ferry is run by the South Pacific Coast Raikoad Company, and is an addition of the pastt 
year. ^ 



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Wiiter Front niitl Harbor Improvements. 

The Board of Engineers appointed by the Harbor Commissioners under the provisions of the 
Act of the Legislature of 1875-6 have established a new line of water front, •wliich begins two 
hundred feet seaward from the northern prolongation of the Presidio Reservation, and extends 
in an easterly and southerly direction upon straight or curved lines in such manner as to 
approach as near as jjracticable the extreme outer projections of the water front, established by 
Act of 1851, to a point near the intersection of Second and Berry streets, and thence to continue 
southerly upon straight or curved lines in such manner as to approach as near as practicable the 
extreme outer projections of the water-line front, established by the Board of State Tide Land 
Commissioners, to the southern boundary of the City and County of San Francisco. An 
important feature of the readjustment of the water front is also a proposed new thoroughfare, 
two hundred feet in Avidth, extending in straight lines from point to point along the water front, 
and affording easy access to all parts of it. Distances will be very materially shortened. The 
new line provides for free entrance to China, Central, India, South and Dry Dock Basins. The 
following is the estimate of cost of the new- line, including the expense of dredging a channel 
sixty feet wide and twenty feet deep, filling it with large stone, filling the thoroughfare with 
small stone and earth, planking the roadway and constructing a wharf thirty feet wide, to serve 
as a facing to the sea wall : From Chestnut to Hai-rison Street, 7,000 feet, .f2, 357, 886 ; from 
Chestnut to Powell Street, 3,170 feet, $844,800; from Harrison to the foot of Second Street, 
3,080 feet, $1,156,400. Total distance, 13,250 feet; total cost, $4,.362,086. 

During the past year, the receipts from all sources for the Harbor fund have beea $609,229. 62. 
Expenditures, .$323,708.12 ; turned in to State Treasury, .5285,521.50. Of the expenditures, 
$88,64y.57 have been devoted to permanent improvenieut, $82,068.79 to the purchase of dredges 
and steam tugs, .^23,979. 38 to urgent repairs, $4,803.38 to sea wall account, and the remainder 
to maintenance and contingent expenses. 

Work contemplated in China Basin has been delayed by questions on the part of property 
owners as to the right of the Board to en^e^ Cliina Basin. The matter is now before the 
Supreme Court, and if favorably decided, important and extensive improvements will be imme- 
diately undertaken, the effect of which will be to .afford a vast increase of accommodations to 
our lumbermen. 

Work under three separate contracts is now in progress, covering the contemplated bulkhead 
at North Beach from Stockton to Lombard streets. For the first thousand feet the gross price 
is $96,000. The second thousand feet has }>een let at fortj''-six cents per cubic yard for rock 
work, and twenty cents for earth, ami $20,000 additional for wharf ; the third thousand feet 
for sixty-five cents per cubic yard for rock work, and twenty-five cents for earth, with $20,000 
additional for wharf. Kearny Street has, during the year, been filled in from the shore-line to 
the bulkhead, at a cost of $11,975. 

Hotels. 

No notable change in the capacity or accommodations of the hotels of the city has occurre^"^ 
during the year. San Francisco still maintains, however, the lead among the cities of the worUl 
with respect to the quality and number of her first-class hotels, which she assumed contem- 
poraneously with the opening of the Palace and the Baldwin, and is still able to challenge 
comparison equally as well upon the score of liberal patronage. 

In immensity and solidity of structure, the Palace stands probably the peer of any similar 
building in the world. It is seven stories in height, the height of each varying from twenty- 
five feet in the clear — the first story — to fourteen feet — the seventh. It fronts two hundred 
and seventy-five feet by three hundred and fifty feet in depth. It ^jossesses three inner courts, 
around which balconies or piazzas attached to each story extend. The walls and partitions are 
made as nearly earthquake and fire-proof as possible, and required thirty-two millions bricks in 
construction. The courts, the Ncav Montgomery Street front and the dining room are now 
lighted with the electric light, which was first introduced in July, 1878. 

Taking equal rank with the Palace in character of accommodation and appointment, the 
Baldwin presents an appearance of more graceful and pretentious architecture, although fully 
as substantially built. It fronts two hundred and seventy-five feet, by one hundred and eighty- 
four feet in depth. It is six stories in height. The basement is entirely of brick and iron. 
Its principal dome stands one hundred and sixty-eight feet al)ove the pavement, and from its 
commanding location, it presents one of the most salient of the city's many adornments. 

To these may be added our six other leading hotels, which go towards the completion of our 
first-class list, all of whose appointments, both in regard to luxury and convenience, combine 
to sustain the reputation claimed for the city. 

In the aggregate the accommodating capacity of our leading hotels exceeds five thousand, 
and it is a just encomium upon the liljerality of the people of the Pacific Coast, that they are 
generously sustained. The following is the list of hotels and their locations : 

Palace Hotel.— Location, southwest corner of Market and New Montgomery Streets, 
extending back to Jessie Streets. The ground floor on the Market and New Montgomery 
Street fronts is chiefly occupied by stores. There are seven hundred and fifty-five rooms above 
the ground floor, and the accomodating capacity of the hotel is estimated at twelve hundred. 



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26 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



The Baldwin. Location, on triangular block bounded by Market, Powell and Ellis Streets, 
its main front Ixiing on Powell Street. It has four hundred and ninety-five rooms, accommo- 
dating capacity, about eight hundred. This, the latest of our prominent hotel structures, was 
formally opened in Februarj', 1877. 

The Graxd Hotel. Location, north-east comer Market and New ilontgomery Streets. It 
is four stories in height, fronts two hundred and seven feet on Market by three hundred and ten 
feet in depth on New Montgomery, has four hundred rooms, and will accommodate about six 
hunflred guests. 

The Cosmopolitan. Location, south-west comer Sansom and Bush. It is four stories high, 
and has an acconunodating capjacity of about five hundred. 

The Occikknt.vl Hotel. Location, entire front on east side of Montgomery, between Sut- 
ter and Bush Streets. It is four stories high, and has accommodations for six hundred guests. 

The LitTi HorsE. Lf)cation, west side ^Iontgomer^•, extending from Sutter to Post Street, 
and a depth of two hiuidre<l feet towards Kearny. Capacity, three hundred. 

The Ruhs Housse. Location, west side Mf)ntgomeiy, extending from Bush to Pine Streets. 
It is three stories high, the ground floor on the Montgomery Street front being occupied as 
stf)res. It has accommcKlations for three hundred guests. 

The C0.MMEKCIAL Hotel. i,ocation, at junction of Kearny and Pacific Streets and Mont- 
gomery Avenue. It fronts one hundred and thirty feet on Pacific, thirty-five feet on Kearny 
Street, and one hundred and forty-eight feet on the Avenue. Capacity, three hundred. 

LoDoiNG HorsE-s, Kt<;. — In addition to the above, there are numerous smaller hotels, and 
about fifteen hundred boarding and lodging houses in the city. An unusually large nnmlier 
have been erecteil during the past few j'ears — notably on Bush, between Kearny and Stockton, 
on Mission, from Tliird to Ninth, and on various other streets, especially south of Market, are 
this class of iiiiftrovements noticeable. A stranger would think our ])Cf)ple reversed the rule, 
ami all boarded, and that "keeping house" was the exception, but the far greater number of 
dwellings erected during the same period proves otherwise. 

Tboators. 

The only improvement in the line of amusement buildings for the year worthy of note is the 
re-modeJing and thorough overhauling given to the cozy little theater formerly known as 
Emerson's Opera House, now transformed into the Standard. This theater, Mhich was formerly 
devote<l to min.'strelsy, has had all of the old appointments taken out ; material alterations of 
sta"e have lieeu effected, tlie floor of the auditorium extended, seiit« of the latest and improved 
order intrtxluced, and l)y a liberal and tasteful exercise of the fresco painter and gilder's art. a 
transformation has been effected, which has placed the Standard in the front rank as a«iiididate 
for the favor of our amusement loving people. It is being managed upon the coniljination plan, 
ami was formally o[)ened October 28, 1S78, since which time it haa enjoyed a seiison of more 
than ordinary success. Our list uicludes : 

Baldwin's Tueatku. — This tluiatcr, located in the B-ildwin Hotel, has its front on 
Market Street, and in point of elegance of fittings, taste and skill in architecture and adorn- 
ments, stands in the lesul of all of our dramatic temples, and indeed challenges comi>arison with 
all others elsewhere. There are three circles in a<lditir<n to the orchestra, ten mezzanijie and 
twelve i)ro8ceniuni boxes, the boxes being fumishwl wnth elaliorate richness. The t<»t:il scatuig 
ca|»acity in I'.bout fifteen huiulred. Electric automatic fire alarms are located in all i)arts of the 
building, anil the facilities for fire extinguislunent are of ^e most perfect. Cost, exclusive of 
hotel. iJ-iiiO.IJOO. 

(Jaijfoknia Theater. — Location, Bush Street, between Kearny and Dapont. This theater, 
which stands in the roLition of the "Old Drnry " to the city, was opened iu 18<)9, at a cost of 
.?I'2r),(MK). There are two circles besides the orchestra, the gallery being in the rear and slightly 
raised al»ove the upper circle. It has ten private boxes ami a toial seating capacity of 
eighteen hundred. 

Guam* Opeka House. — Location, Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. It has a 
frontage (rf mie hundred and ten feet, by two hundred and seventy-Hve feet in dejtth. It has tlie 
largttst nUige of any theater in the United States and the most com])lete sUige api)ointments. 
Thert: are f<rur circles in juldition to the orchestra. It has twenty mezzanine and twelve pro- 
ceniam Ixixe*, making a tot-il Beating capacity of two thousand foiir hundred. Its facilities for 
esenpc in case of fire are of the best, doors opening into broad vestibules from all parts of the house, 
remicr jams almost inqxissible. jThis theater was (ijieiieil in .(anuary, 187(), and cost ^."'Jo.OOO. 
Its location, liowcver, seems to have been unfortunate, and thus far the experience of man- 
agers has been generally "lisastrous in ccmnection with the Cirand. 

The BrsM Stkeet Theater. — Location, south side of Bush, near Montj^omery. Seating 
capacity, about nine hundred. 

Tjik Stanuaui). — Location, north aide of Bi'sh, near Montgomery. Seating capacity, about 
eight hundred. 

The Bella Union. — Ixwation, west side of Kcaruj- Street, near Washington. Itifldevote<l 
entirely to variety entertainments, and will seat about one thr>u.s.iud. 

In addition to the foregoing, there are Piatt's, and Union Halls, and the Mecluinics' 
Pavilion, and other smaller halls, where jiublic entertjiinments are frequently given. The 



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PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 27 



number of places of amusement, coupled with the fact, that there is with us no Summer inter- 
mission, gives amjtle proof of the generosity of our people in sustaining so largely this source 
of relaxation, although it is biat just to remark that the past year's theatrical experience has felt, 
as all other lines of business, the eli'ects of ' ' over production. " 

PnbUc Sqnare8. 

There are twenty- two public parks, or squares, in this city, varjang in size from two hundred 
feet to the great Ocean Park of one thousand and thirteen acres. Ocean, or Golden Oate Park, 
lies in the northwestern portion of the city, Ixirdering on the ocean. It is fifty-six lilocks long 
and nine blocks wide — or three miles long and a half mile wide. A beautiful avenue, or drive, 
about three-quarters of a mile long and one hundred yards wide, leads from the city proper to 
the park. There are seven lakelets in this park ; also arbors, grottoes, mounds, rustic benches, 
etc. , which gives it rather a picturesque and romantic appearance. Up to June 30, 1877, the Park 
Commissioners had received from all sources .1>499,941.09, of which .?48(i,249.47 had been 
expended, leaving a cash balance of .?13,(>91.(j2. From June .30, 1877, to June 30, 1878, the 
receipts have been as follows : From taxes, .^34,763.38 ; from Police Court Hues, S200 ; from 
P<mnd fees, §75 ; from appropriations by Act of Legislature, aj proved February 14, 1878, 
$40,000 ; from sale of old sacks, ??144, making a total since their laet rejjort of §75,182.38, with 
balance on haiid at that date, !S13,691.62— !?S8,874. 

The amount expended during the i)ast year, is §57,210.38. leaving a cash balance on hand of 
•?31,6(i3.62. Since its organization, the Board of Park Commissioners has disbursed §543,459.85, 
all of which is represented bj^ actual work performed on the grounds in its charge and for the 
purchase of material and merchandise employed in the work. The Legislature of 1876 author- 
ized the Board of Supervisors to make annual appropriations of §15,000 from the General Fund, 
and an annual tax levy of one and one-half cent, upon each one hundred dollars for its mainte- 
nance. Early in the fiscal j^ear ending June 30, 1878, a special appropriation from the General 
Fund of §10,0<X), and an additional levy of one per cent (making a total levy for Parle purposes 
of two and one-half per cent.) was made by the Board of Supeiwisors. A subsequent order, 
however, revoked the direct appropriation and reduced the levy to two ^er cent. As a conse- 
cpience, works of improvement during the year were discontinued and force employed only to the 
extent necessary for maintenance except in the case of the conservatory, built during the year, 
for which purpose the special appropriation of §40,000 by the Legislature was made. The gross 
amount of expenditure above set forth includes the expenses for fencing Buena Vista and 
Mountain Lake parks, making large plantations in the former, and the expense of the prclimi- 
uary topogi-aphical surveys for Golden Gate Park. Deducting these, and there remains acti;ally 
expended upon the Park, in the six and one-half years since work was beguu, §495,879.74. Of 
this amount, about §115,000 is chargeable to maintenance, §14,000 to work horses, rolling 
btock, tools, etc. , the remainder, §3()fj,879. 74, being chargeable to direct improvement. 

During the year ending June 30, 1878, tlie Park was visited by six hundred and sixty-five 
thousand three hundred and sixty one pers(nis. 

The length of roadway constructed is thirty-nine thousand seven hundred and eighty-four 
feet, representing an area of one million seven hundred and seventy-eight thousand seven hun- 
dred and ten square feet. About four miles of linear length of walks have been constructed, of 
which nearly three-fourths are completed, the remainder needing only the capping surface of 
screened rock with which all are rinished. The only new work in roadway during the past 
year was the construction of an ad'ditional section of the "Southern Drive," by the expenditure 
of the "Bush" fund. This fund, amounting to §6,348.09, was created by voluntary subscriptions 
of citizens of San Francisco, secured through the efforts of Mr. David Bush, during the months 
of January, February and March, 1878, and was j)laced in the hands of the Park Commissioners 
for the emplo^auent of laborers at one dollar per day, thereby relieving the then prevailing 
distress among the unemployed. , 

The number of trees and shrubs planted in the Park since the Spring of 1872, when this 
branch of improvement was begun, is one hundred and forty-two thousand. In the nursery, 
for future planting in the coming season, there are between fifteen aud twenty thousand plants 
ajid trees. The reclamation of the lands bordering on the Great Highway from the continued 
drift of the shifting sands of the ocean, the solution of the problem for which the simple 
means adopted by the engineer in charge, amply funiished, continues to becf)me more and more 
assured ; the dune has steadily increased in height aud its resisting power to the drifting force 
of the sands has become fully established. 

The feature of the year, however, is found in the construction of the conservatory for the 
reception of the two conservatories presented to the Park Commissioners by a number of our 
prominent citizens during the year 1877. These conservatories were purchased from the estate 
of the late James Lick, Esq., by whom they were imported from France, and pi-esented ujion 
the condition that suitable buildings for their reception and care should be erected in Golden 
Gate Park within eighteen months' from date of presentation. In pursuance of this condition, 
the Legislature of 1877-8 passed an enabling act, authorizing the appropriation of -§40,000, and 
the work was at once beguu. The conservatory is located about one quarter of a mile fi-om the 
entrance of the main park, and is built upon a plateau, partially artiticial, lying to the right of. 



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28 SAX FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



and about fifteen feet above, the level of the main drive. An adequate conception of ita mag- 
nificent character may be obtained from the following figures : 

It is built, judging from superficial appeai-ance, almost entirely of glass, is three hundred and 
fifty feet in length, the main building being fifty-six feet square and surmounted by a dome, 
rising fifty-six feet high in the clear, inside measurement, the inside space being unbroken by 
any trusses or girders, the roof being supported and sustained entirely by its coimection \\*ith 
the external walls. In this splendid dome the bright glare of the continous crj^stal is relieved 
by two lines of glass in variegated colors, one at the spring of the arch and the other at the 
summit of the arch. The remaining portions of the building average thirty-five feet in width ; 
the east awd west ends being extended in their fronts, which face the south, to a line i)arallel 
with the main or central buildmg. In front of the main building is a reception room, twenty by 
twenty feet, through which visitors will enter. In the center of the reception room is a small 
pool from the middle of which rises a tasty and unique fountain, the design showing a swan sur- 
rounded by magnolias, upholding a bowl in which a mermaid rises, holding on her shoulders a sea- 
shell in which the fountain plays. The east extension is used as the aquatic house. Here, in 
the front, is located the fernery, in the shape of a (Grecian cross, from which the water passes to 
the main pool in the rear of it, which is a trifle lower in height, and thirty feet in diameter. 
Tliis will be the home of the Victoria Water Lilj% a tropical flower whose exuberant gi-owth 
produces leaves five and six feet in length, each of wliich is capable of upholding a child on the 
water. The temperature of this pool ■nail be maintained at eighty degrees Fahreidieit. The 
heating apparatus is located in the basement of the office, which is situated directlj' in the rear 
of the main building. The pipes for communicating the heat to the main building are over fimr 
thousand feet in length. On the east of the office and in the rear of the east wing is located a 
smaller glass house, fifty by twelve feet, containing two propogating beds. Similarij' located, 
in rear of west wing, is another structure, twenty-five by thirty-five feet, containing two niii-sery 
beds. 

The whole building required in its construction twenty-six thousand square feet of glass, 
weighing twenty-five tons, and two tons of putty. It is a marvel of architectural beauty, sur- 
])assing in this respeciiiany similar construction in the United States, and is only equalled in size 
by the Government Conservatory in the Horticultural Gardens at Washington. The contractors 
were Messrs. Lord and Burnham, of Irvington, N. Y. , who make a specialty of works of this 
class. This being the largest work they have ever executed, they have given personal suj)cr- 
vision to all its details, and its com2)letion has justly created for them, as well as for the repu- 
tation of San Francisco's greatest park, a monument of never failing beauty ; a testimonial to 
the one of superior skill and genius, and to the management of the other a full comprehension of 
the icsthetic tastes of our ])e()ple. 

N o further work upon the parks of the city has been done during the year save simple 
maintenance, except in the case of Pioneer Park, where the road leading to its summit has been 
completed. 

In addition to Golden Gate Park, we have Pioneer Park, on the crest of Telegraph Hill, 
which emViraces six fifty-vara lots, do7iated for the jmrpose l)y several liberal citizens ; Buena 
Vista Park, bounded l)y Haight, Fell and Broderick Streets, containing thirty-six acres; 
Mountain Lake Public Square, in the Presidio Reservation, and eighteen additional reserved 
blocks or scpiares in difl'erent sections of the city, most of which have been more or less im[irovcd. 
Portsmouth Square, opposite the old Gity Hall, is noted as licing the jilacc where tlie United 
States flag was raised over our newly acquired territory from Mexico on the Sth day of July, 
1847. 

Woodward's Garden.s. — Tliese gardens, although a private collection and im])rovenicnt, 
are justly regarded as one of the principal attractions of the city. They are located on the 
lilock bounded by Missi(m, Thirteenth, Valencia and Fourteenth Streets, are finelj' improved; 
.and contain valuable and extensive collections of natural and antique curiosities, wild animals, 
fossils ami paintings. 

Promenades.— Upon Montgomery Street are located a large number of the most fashionable 
retail liouses — three of the leading hotels are on this street, with a few squares, and four others 
arc witliin "bell lx)y" distance. Some of the most elegant and substantial buildings are also 
found on this street. 

Galifomia Street intersects Montgomery at the business center, thus affording the spectator 
a "ma]) of l)usy life, its fluctuations and its vast concerns." The block bounded by California, 
Montgomery, i'inc and >Sansom .Streets, with the sides of streets opposite tlie same, represents 
the Hnancial heart of the city, where, in its fierce pulsations, fortunes are made and lost in a 
few short hours; the small speculator, a millionaire, and the millionaire, tempting the goddess 
of fortune once too often, ))ecomes a wreck upon the connncrcial strand. 

Kearny Street runs from Market to the top of Telegraph Hill, and is our fashionable prom- 
enade, though few promen.ade its entire length and licight. Maiket Street continues in its 
iirogress as a contestant for tlie scat of the retail traile, and l)ids fair in time to l)ccome the 
iroadway of San Francisco. Ui)on tliese two streets may be seen people of every nationality 
and from every clime. This would be a peculiarity in .any other city less cosmopolitan than San 
Francisco; but we are accustomed to new faces, new things and new ideas. In short, ours is 



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to all. 

Wjitcr Supply. 

The Spring Valley Water Works draw their principal supply at present from tlie Pe: 
sula, where they control the water-shed of thirty -nine square miles, which supplies their tl 
storage reservoirs, namely : the Pilarcitos, the San Andreas, and the Crystal Sjirings. T 
are located at a sufficiently high altitude to supjily all parts of the city by gravitation. Tl 
three reservoirs together have a storage capacity of over hfteen thousand million gallons. They 
and will be increased to forty -six thousand million gallons, by building the lower Crystal Spri 
dam. The water from these reservoirs is conducted, by means of two thirty-inch plate-iron pi] 
into the Lake Honda and the College Hill reservoirs, respectively. The former holdsjthirty-tl 
million gallons, and the latter fifteen million gallons. These two reservoirs again feed the 
smaller disti-ibuting reservoirs in San Francisco, -v^z : Market Street, Russian Hill, Franc 
Street, Clay Street, and Braiinan Street Reservoirs, all of which have a capacity of more t 
sixty million gallons. The water from these distributing reservoirs is furnished to the irdi 
tauts of San Francisco through a system of cast-iron pipes, laid in the streets, nearly 
hundred and seventy miles in length, varjang in diameter from twenty-two inches to three inc! 
The Company also obtain from Lobos Creek, by means of an aqueduct and pumping worki 
Black Point, two million gallons daily. It owns additional water rights relating to the ci 
streams above and below Spanishto-mi, which will enable it to utiHze a water-shed of si 
square miles. It has also acquired Calaveras Valley, which controls two hundred and i 
square miles of water-shed, and is the next nearest source of supply to San Francisco that exi 
It has facilities readily adapting it to the construction of reservoirs that will contain f< 
thousand million gallozis. From these Calaveras reservoirs the water will be conducted Ijy 
aqueduct, consisting of two miles of tunnel, twenty-two miles of pi]je, and about twenty-four n: 
of open aqueduct, to Crystal Springs and San Andreas Reservoirs ; independent pipe lines 
convey the water from there to the city reservoirs. WTien the entire works are developed 
proposed, the Spring Valley Water Works will have a storage capacity aggregating eighty 
thousand million gallons, and fed from a total water- shed of about three hundred and fifty sqi 
miles ; all of which, when developed, will give an average yield of more than two hundred : 
lion gallons daily — which, according to the amount consumed in Liverpool, England, viz : fi 
teen and one-half gallons per capita, will be enough to supply near fourteen million inhabita 
The Company is also pjrepared, in case of any exigency requiring additional supplies, to pi 
water from Lake Merced to the extent of five million gallons per day. 

Exhaustive sur^'eys, looking to the building of water works to be owned by the city, by* 
onel Mendell, of the United States Engineer Corps, under the direction of the Board of W: 
Commissioners created by the act of the Legislature of 1876, were made in 1876 and 11 
Some nine difl'erent schemes were presented as the result, Ijut the City and County Attor 
giving an opinion against the power of the city to contract outside of the Peninsula, all furl 
proceedings looking to the erection of new works were abandoned and overtures were made 
the purchase of the Spring Valley system. 

Finding it impossible to agree upon a price, the Commissioners made a formal condemna' 
of the Spring Valley Works, and appointed Messrs. James R. Kelly, Patrick Crowley, and 
J. L. Meares a^ a Board of Arbitration, to assess and award damages for the property condemi 

Pending their action, a bUl was introduced and passed through the lower House' of the 1 
islature of 1878, authorizing the purchase of the Spring Valley Works by the city, the price fi 
in the bill being .'^IS.SOO, 000. The manifest injustice of these figures, so utterly beyond the 
value of the property in question, awakened such a storm of indignation and brought forth 
vehement a protest from the people of the city, that the bill never was pressed to a pass; 
Since that time no further steps in the matter of the arbitration have been taken. A very j 
eral sentiment is, however, gradually manifesting itself in the community looking to 
establishment of a right on the part of the city over the rates as well as property of water c 
panics. 

Public Libraries. 

The Mechanics' Institute contains thirty-three thousand volumes, of which about fifl 
hundred were added during the past year. This Library is the official depository of the Pi.ep 
of the Patent Office at Washington ; it also possesses the English Patent Rei)orts, some tl 
thousand volumes, which were presented by the British Government, and is the only set 
this Coast. It occupies a three-story brick building, owned by the Institute, on tlie south 
of Post Street, between Montgomery and Kearny. The Mechanics' Industrial fairs are 1 
under the auspices of the Mechanics' Institixte for the benefit of this Library. The Thirtee 
Industrial Fair was opened August 13, 1878, and continued for a period of thirty-two d; 
Expenditures. $20,904.24. The receipts : From admissions, $37,289.65; privileges, |3,855 
total .$41,145.55— gain $20,241.31. 

The building occupied by the Institute is valued at $1.35,000, books and fixtures $48, ( 
The ground floor is used for stores ; first floor for general library and reading-room ; sec 
floor, reading-rooms for newspapers, periodicals, etc. , and chess rooms. This Liljrary is i 

BEAMISH, Shirt Maimfactoer, Nucleus Building, Market, cor. Third. 



ANDSBSON k EANLOLPE, Jewelers, 101 Montgomejy St 



30 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Opened on Sundays as well as week days until nine o'clock P. M. Tlie present membership is 
about seventeen hundred. 

The Mercantile Library has two thousand members. This Library contains about fifty 
thousand volumes, of which seventeen hundred were added during the past year. About eighty- 
five thousand volumes are taken from the Library yearly, averaging about fortj' to each subrcriber; 
This Library building is on the north side of Bush Street, between Sansom and Montgomery. It 
is three stories high, with basement and attic. On the first floor is the library, reading, reference 
library, ladies' reading-room, parlor, trustees' room, chess and smoking-rooms, writing-room, 
museum, etc. In addition to the library, there are aU the EngUsh and American magazines, 
the Eastern and the leading Foreign newspapers. The terms of subscription are one doUar 
iniation fee, and three dollars quarterly dues. Strangers are invited to visit the rooms. 

The Odd Fellows' Lierart. located in the Odd Fellows' Building, 325 Montgomery 
Street, contains thirty-four thousand volumes. It contains many valuable works on the early 
history of the Pacific Coast, was organized in 18-54, is open only to members of the order, and 
is supported by pro rata assessments on the lodges of the city. Members of the order 
other than those belonging to city lodges are entitled to its privileges on payment of a small 
subscription. Its annual circulation exceeds one hundred thousand volumes. 

The French Public Library, established by the Ligue Xationale Francaise, at 120 Sutter 
Street, near Kearny, has in all ten thousand volumes of French books, the largest collection of 
the kind on our Continent. It wiE be open every afternoon and evening, except Simday. 
^ I The Law Library, located in Montgomery Block, contains about twenty thousand volumes 
-*3 i of standprd legal authorities, decisions, reports, etc. The library is supported by payments 
o received for Life membership certificates, annual and semi-annual subscription fees, and a docket 
^ ! fee of one dollar for every case instituted in the Ihlstrict Courts of this cit\^ The receipts from 
^ I these sources during the past year amounted to about 84,000. The Library is open every day, 
•"• Sunday, holidays, and dies non not excepted, from nine o'clock A. M. until ten p. M. State, 
PI Federal and Municipal officers are entitled to its pri%-ileges. 

The Sas Francisco Verein, located on the comer of Sutter and Dupont Streets, is a 
private social club. Its elegant rooms were fitted up at an expense of .?75,000. It has a library 
of twenty thousand volumes, embracing the works of the most eminent Gennan historians, 
statesmen, psychologists and litterateurs. 

The Peoples' Free Library, authorized by an act of the last Legislature, is yet in 
abeyance. The provisions of the act creating this library authorizes the Board of Supervisors 
for "the City and County, to levy a tax of one mill on the dollar, in each year, for its creation, 
maintenance and enlargement, and names as the original trustees, Messrs. John S. Hagar, Geo. 
H. Rogers, Irving M. Scott, Pi, J. Tobin, E. D. Sawj-er, .John H. Wise, A. J. Moulder, Louis 
Sloss, A. S. HaUidie, C. C. Terrell and Henry George. TTiis provision is deemed to be ample 
security for a prospect of a library equal to any in the United States, in time. The Board of 
Supervisors have appropriated ■?24,000, for expenditui-e during the present fiscal year, with 
which a purchase of fifteen thousand volumes will be made as a nucleus. The officers of the 
'^ I Board of Trustees are George'H. Rogers, president, and Henry George, secretary. Pacific Hall, 
H I located on the north side of Bush Street, between Kearny and Dupont, has i-ecently been 
•>, selected for temporary occupancy. 

"Q. I The Workingmens' Free Library. — TJds library was formally organized on the 9th day 
^ I of February of the present year, under the auspices of the Workingmens' Party of California, 
•g I and is located for the present in commodious rooms at 861 ilarket Street. Although just 
starte<l, this library by generous donations has already secured over one thousand volumes. 
It is supported by monthly pajTnents of fifty centsf rom subscribers, while its benefits, as its 
name implies, are free to all. Its officers are : H. M. Moore, president ; J. J. Flynn, secretary ; 
W. T. Sullivan, financial secretary ; P. Murphy, Treasurer. 

PnbUe .Srbools. 

San Francisco has sixty-one public schools, in which six hundred and seventy-two teachers 
are employed, seventy-four of them being men, and dve hundred and ninety-eight being women. 
There are fifty-six principals, of whom fortj'-one are not rec^uired to teach classes. During the 
la-st fiscal year, .?fJ74,047. 84 was expended for teachei-s' salaries — an increase of <?74, 659. 48 over the 
previous year. The city school tax was 16. 62-100 cents on each.?100. The school census shows 
that the numl>er of children in the city between the ages of six and seventeen who are entitled 
to attend schrxJ was fifty-two thousand one himdred and eighty- two, an inciease of two thousand 
seven hundred and seventy-eight over that of the ijrex-ious year. The total enrollment was as 
follows: In the High Schools, one thousand two hundred and nineteen; in the Grammar .Schools, 
fouVteen thousand four hundred and forty-eight ; in the Primaiy Schools, nineteen thousand 
four hundred and six ; in the evening schools, three thousand five hundred and ninetj'^-nine. 

Xuml>er of children under seventeen years of age, eighty thousand two hundred and eighty- 
eight; increase from .July 1, 1877 to June 30, 1878, forty-three. The total exj^enditures f or the 
fiscal year were .S989,2.58.90; the increase for the year being .52.56, 9;M. 82. The estimated value 
of .schfXil property is as follows: School sites, §1,630,000; school buildings, .$875,000; school 
furniture. .§170,000; libraries, §12,000 ; aj>paratus, 824,000. Total valuation of school Tjroperty, 
.?2,7] 1,000. 



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BULLOCZ 2i JOirJlS, 105 Mont^mery St, Importers Martin's Canes and Umbrellas. 



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Pkivate Schools. — There are about one hundred private schools in the citj', varjang from 
the small family school of five or six scholars to, the large college "with four or five hundre'L 
The number of scholars reported to the Census Marshal in June, 1878, was six thousand five 
hundred and fifty-one, a decrease from the preceding year of four hundred and fortj'-three. 

An organization, known as the Public Kindergarten Society, was effected in July last for g^ 
the purpose of establishing a free kindergarten sj'stem for the benefit of the children of the jK>or o 
of the city, under the auspices of Dr. Felix Adler. Members pay one dollar monthlj', and life ^ 
memberships are secured by the pajTuent of .?100. The instruction will be entirely secular. It O 
is expected that the society will be able to carry its project into successful operation during the ' ' 
coming year. Its directors are Messrs. S. Heydenfeldt, F. Schiinemann Pott, S. Nickelsburg, 
Joseph W. Winans and F. MacCreUish, and Mrs. H. Behrend, Mrs. Muser, Mrs. L. Gottig 
and ^liss Malwedel. 

The HA,STrsGS College or the Law. — This institution, which is in connection with, and 
under the auspices of the University of Calif oniia, is a creation of the past year, and owes its - * 
formation to the munificence of Judge S. C. Hastings, who endowed it with a free gift of § 
$100,000. The Act of the Legislature establishing the College authorizes the Board of Suj>er- 
visors of San Francisco to provide suitable rooms in this city, and makes it mandator}' upon the 
Law Library Association to extend its benefits to the students of the College. It is intended 
to ultimately provide accommodations for this College in the New City Hall. It is now located 
in the Assemblj' Room of the Society of California Pioneers, 808 ilontgomerj' Street. The 
number of students is one hundred and ten. The officers are, .John Norton Pomeroy, L.L. D., 
Professor of Municipal Law ; S. Clinton Hastings, Dean, and Charles P. Hastings, Registrar. 
Office of dean and registrar, room 2, Court Block 6.36 Clay Street. 



Health Department. 

A review of the report of J. L. Meares, il. D. , Health Officer, for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1878, shows four thousand nine hundred and seventy -seven deaths against six thousand 
one huntlred and seventj' of the preceding year, a decrease of one thousand one hundred and 
ninety-three. This decrease is accounted for by the existence of the small pox and diphtheria 
epidemics during the former year, and the abatement of a large number of nuisances, including 
the obliteration of many jwnds of stagnant water and marshes by t illin g in. Estimating the 
population at three hundred thousand, the death-rate was sixteen and fifty -nine one-hundredths, 
a decrease of three and ninety-seven one-hundredths from that of the preceding year. This is 
the lowest mortality rate recorded in the history of the Department, and is less than that of 
most of the large cities of our country. The proportion of deaths from zymotic diseases is still 
unreasonably large, but it is expected that this undue proportion will disappear with the 
perfection of our sewage and drainage systems. 

BospilaLs. 

San Francisco's high standard in the matter of eleemosynary provision for its sick has suffered 
no diminution during the year. Early in her history, the rivalry which existed among the 
different nationalities that made her population cosmopolitan, lead to the establishment of 
large and well supported hospitals by tie French, German and Italian citizens among us. all of 
which, although especially designed for the care of their own countrymen, are open to any who 
can pay a moiierate charge for their advantages. In addition, there are several jirivate hospitals 
supported by private charity, among which may be noted the Stat« Woman's Hospital, on 
Twelfth Street near Howard, the San Francisco Female Hospital, 930 Clay Street, and the 
Foundling, 913 Tyler Street, the latter, as its name indicates, being for the shelter and care | o 
of abandoned and unfortunate infants. St. Lukes. Hospital, under the auspices of the Epis- i ^ 
cojxUiaus of the city, is situated en San Jose Avenue, near Twenty-seventh Street. St. Mary's 
HospitAl, under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy, occupies an elevated and pleasant site on ! g^ 
Rincon HiU. The French Hospital is situated on Bryant Street. l>etween Fifth and Sixth, and 
the Italian Hospital on tie comer of Twenty-eighth and Xoe. The new (3^rman Hospital is an 
iuore.ase to the hospital accomodations of the city during the year. It was built to replace the 
old buildijig. located on Brannan Street, which was destroyed by fire in 1876, and is located on 
the corner of Fourteenth and Xoe Streets. The grounds embrace the four blocks bounded by . S 
Fourteenth, Ritiley, Xoe and Castro Streets, are thickly studded with cedar, fir and eucalyptcs *^ 
trees, and are in process of improvement to an extent which wHI render them one of the ■ ^ 
attractions of the city. The building was formally opened Febmary 22, 1878, i? three stories in g 
height in the main part, with two two-story wings on each side. It cost a little over §200,<>A>, o 
and has accomodations for three hundred patients. i g 

Mannfartmres. C* 

From the detailed repxvrt of A, Badlam, Esq.. City and County Assessor, made to the I P 
Survey or-(.i«neral in July. 1S7S. the following statistics of the mechanical and manufactcring I 
industries of the city, for the year 1877. have been compiled: Number of manufact^r! ■ ~ 
hundre^l and ninety-six : number of hands employed, twenty-five thc'usand two hui. 
three, of which about four thousand were women and lx>y5 under sixteen years of age : . 
value of m;mufactured proiiuots. S53, 433.492. The detailed figures for 1S7S have :: 
been compile*.!, althouch careful estimates place the aggregate production at from -S^" 



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T^TgAirrsTT lias always on liand every Tariety of Unisrwear. 



ANDEESON Si EANLOLPH, Jewelers, 101 Montgomery St 



32 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



to .?48,000,000, a reduction from thep^e^^ous year o-wing to the general depression and reduction 
iu values. In boots and shoes there has been in 1878 a material increase, the products being 
§2,700,000, against about .?2, 000,000 for 1877. This industry includes fifty-six factories, 
exclusive of the four or five hundred small shops, and furnishes about one half of the manu- 
factured goods handled in our market This proportion would be materially improved but for 
the disrepute brought upon our home manufactures by the inroads into the trade which have 
been made by the large number of Chinese workmen producing heavy lines of inferior goods. 
Some of the larger establishments have endeavored to relieve this situation by the employment 
of mixed white and Chinese labor, but the mutual antipathy of the two races has rendered it 
almost impossible. 

There has also been a steady increase in the amount of cheap clothing manufactured, the 
Chinese still absorbing all of the lower grades of products. The nurdber of hands employed 
exceeds four thousand, and the value of products, $3,000,000. Dress goods for gentlemen's 
wear have also been made to an extent never before known. In cigars, the production h;« been 
for the year 108,339,975, against 107,299,665 in 1877. Large amounts of Eastern cigars were 
thrown upon our market during the year under cover of the Chinese cry, and values much 
depressed in ccmsecjuence, but many of our larger establishments having dispensed with their 
Chinese help, an<l using better stock in their productions, the California made cigars are gradually 
recovering tlieir lost gromid. 

Our flouring mills produced during the year breadstuffs to the amount of f2,800,000, and our 
two sugar refineries an aggregate of products reaching $5,500,000. 

In our foundry, bt)iler, and iron works some decrease has been felt, about twelve hundred 
nicii being employed, with manufactures reaching $2,750,000. Our iron works enjoy almost the 
monopoly of the mining machinery manufacture, almost all the machinery for the mines of Cal- 
ifornia, Nevada and Arizona being made here, as well as the greater part of that ordered for 
South American mines. As a specimen of the immensity of the works constructed for these 
j)ur])oses, the engine built by the Union Iron Works, of this city, for the Yellow Jacket mine 
may be cited. This engine, with its boilers, pumps and gear weighs 1,200 tons, is of 1,500 
horse power, and cost $300,000, and was completed in February, 1878, having furnishetl work 
in its construction to about five hundred skilled artisans for several months. 

(.)ur woolen mills report about the same production for 1878 as 1877. Number of hands em- 
ployed, seven hundred. Value of productions, $1,500,000. During the year the Mission Woolen 
Mills, in competition against Eastern bidders, secured a Government contract amounting to over 
$250,000. 

Prominent among our varied manufacturing interests may be noted the Selby Smelting and 
Lead Works and Shot Tower. This estaljlishment, besides being the only one on the Pacitic 
Coa-st, manufactures almost the total product in the lead line consumed on the Coast. It em- 
ploys in the aggregate about two hundred and fifty men, and its manufactures for the past 3^ear 
reached $1,400,000. Considerable activity has been imjiarted to its business by the development 
of a large demand ff)r lead from China, promising to create almost a new txade by bringing into 
value the l)as<-r ])roducts of our mines, which have heretofore been neglected on account of lack 
of demand. In wire work the California Wire Works Company have to report the manufacture 
of about eight hundred thousand feet of wire rope during the year. This company makes 
a specialty of the manufacture of heavy wire rope, and during the period of their existence have 
sujiplieil almost all the wants of our mines, street railroads and shipping, besides making large 
(juantities for exj)ort. 

A dctaileil stiitcment of all the manufacturing institutions of our city would include in its 
scope ahnost the entire list of articles kno^v^l to commerce. New establishments foi- the propa- 
gation of new industries are but tlie legitimate fruits of the continued development of our 
natural resources, and tliese resources varying tcj an extent which includes almost all mineral, 
vcgetalilc, and agricultural products, enforce the necessity and desirability of id.1 classes of 
manufacture. 

Bankliijc aud Finniire. 

There were, on the Ist day of July, 1878, one hun(b-ed and two offices for the transaction of 
liaiiking business in this Stiitc, of which fifty-six were commercial banks, twenty-eight .savings 
banks, nine National (iold Banks, and nine private bankers. Excluding tlie jirivate bankers, 
fniin whom no returns have Ijccu made public, the aggregate ciipital of the banks amounted to 
.$41,909,598; deposits, $102,604,204; reserve fund. $9,984,819; total, $153,498,621, to which 
aibl estimated amount lield by ])rivate bankers, insurance comi)anies, brokers, etc., $18,000,(XX), 
making a total for the State of $171,498,()21. Of these, San Francisco has twenty-five incor- 
jiorated banks and nine jirivate bankers, whose aggregate ca])ital, inclusive of tliat lield by 
insurance ooinpanies, bnikors, etc., amounted to about $I32,CK)0, 000. The ca])ital and i-eserve 
fund (if the savings banks of this city, .lunu .30, 1S78, amounted to $3,879,700, deposits 
$57.734.()(K) ; nniid)er uf de2)ositors, sixty -six tluiusaud four hundi-ed and eighty-seven, or an 
average for each of $927. 

The diviilends paid by local corjjorations, as far as the same have been reported for the year 
1878, amounted to $26,649,300 as against $34,366,8(XHor 1877— <^lecrease $5,717,500. These 
figiiros do not include the figures of the CJentral Pacitic Riiilroad Company. Of the amount 



BULLOCK & JONES, 105 Montgomery Street, Novelties in Neck Wear. 



Perfumes and Toilet Waters at GEO. LOOMIS', 706 to 716 Kearny St 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 



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paid in dividends, the mining companies contributed $18,234,700 against $23,971,600 in 1877 — 
decrease $5,726,900 ; so that, aside from the mining companies, an increase in local profits of 
$9,400 has been developed. The decrease in mining stock dividends is more than accounted for 
by the stoppage of dividends by the Bonanza mines, the Consolidated Virginia paying its last 
dividend for 1878 in Juno, ami the California in August, the total amount ])aid by these two 
mines being $12,900,000 against $20, 160,000 in 1877. The total assessments returned delinquent 
to stock boards for the year was $12,736,000 — an increase over 1877 of $1,138,000. 

The act approved March 30, 1878, providing for the appointment of Bank Commissioners 
and prescribing their duties, went into effect May 16, 1878, by the appointment by the 
Governor of Messrs. Evan J. Coleman, of San Francisco, Robert Watt, of San Rafael, and 
James T. Murphy, of San Jose, Commissioners. Examinations were commenced in August, 
and as a result of their labors the Masonic Savings and Loan Bank closed August 22, 1878, the 
Farmer's and Mechanic's Savings Bank closed September 5, 1878, and the French Savings and 
Loan Society closed September 17, 1878, the Director General, Gustave Mahe, committing 
suicide on that date in consequence of discoveries made by the Commissioners. The losses to 
depositors in the first two instances promises to be but a small per cent. , while the French 
bank will, it is thought, be able to pay its depositors seventy per cent. ; it has since been 
reoi'ganized, and will continue business. 

The Odd Fellows' Savings Bank was examined in October, the Commissioners 
linding a surplus, although a meagre one, in favor of the depositors. During January of the 
present year, however, the directors by an order passed the dividend for the term ending 
December 31, 1878. The Commissioners, disputing their right to pass the dividend, directed 
the Ijank to rescind the order. In consequence of this decision tlie bank decided to go into 
liquidation. It is stated that no losses to depositors will result from its close. 

The results of the operations of the Bank Commissioners have been most salutary, and 
although a nominal reduction in our banking capital has been effected thereby, it has been 
accompanied with the greater compensation of an assured confidence in the remaining institutions 
which have withstood the test of their scrutiny. 

During the past year the operations of the San Francisco Clearing House represent a total 
of $715,266,300; $689,746,700 being for gold, and $25,519,600, silver exchanges. 

€ity and C'ouufy Bouelcd I>4'1!>t, Juue 30, 18T8. 



Issued in 



1858... 
1862-3 . 



18C3.. . 
1864.. . 
1864... 
1865... 
1866-7 . 
1867 . . . 
1870 . . . 
1872 . . . 

1872 . . . 
1872... 

1873. .. 
1873. .. 
1S74. .. 
1874... 
1874... 
1875. .. 
1875-6. 



By the 



City and County 

Cit}' and County for San Josd 

Railrc ad 

City and County for City Slip 
City and County for City Slip 

Central Pacific R. R. Co 

Western Pacific R. R. Co 

School Department 

Judgment 

School Department 

Park Improvement 

Hospital y 

School Department 

Park Improvement 

Hospital 

Park Improvement 

House of Correction 

School Department 

Park Improvement 

City Hall 



Payable 



1888 

1877- 

1883 

1884 

1894 

1895 

1881 

1887 

1890 

1897 

1891 

1882 

1897 

1893 

1904 

1894 

1S94 

1904 

1899 



Annual Interest. 



Pr. ct. 



Pavable in 



San Francisco 



San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 
San 



Francisco 

Francisco \ 

Francisco ) 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 

Francisco 



Totals . 



Annual 
Sinking Fund 



About §42,000 



About 47,000 

About 20,000 

About 13,000 

About 18,000 

About 17,000 

About 15,000 



About 10,000 
About 10,500 



2,000 



About 33,000 



Bonds in 
Circulation 



§542,000 

2,000 
424,500 
11,000 
377,000 
250,000 
197,000 
246,000 
285,000 
150,000 
170,000 
100,000 
75,000 
40,000 
125,000 
150,000 
200,000 
125,000 
750,000 



$227,000 .•J4,2I9,500 



Funded debt, June 30, 1878, $4,219,500. Cash in Treasury (various sinking funds), $911,- 
373. Actual debt, $3,308,127. 

The bonds issued for the opening and improvement of Montgomery Avenue, and for the 
widening of Dupont Street, are not included in the table of funded debt. The former amount 
to $1,579,000, bear six per cent, interest, and are redeemable in thirty years; and the latter 
$1,000,000, bear seven per cent., and are redeemable in twenty years. The ^jroperty directly 
benefited by both improvements is pledged for their payment. 

The receipts into the Treasury of San Francisco for the year ending June 30, 1878, were 
$4,808,887. Expenditures same period, $5,156,224. Of the former the apportionment to the 
State was $1,465,575. 

For the year ending June 30, 1878, the following amounts were paid for the support of the 
different departments of the Municipal Government : Salaries, City and County Officers, $497,- 
077; Police, $262,066; Fire (including Fire Alarm Telegraph, erection of hydrants, and all 



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other expenses connected vrith the DeDartment), 8269,305; School, .?9S9,259; Street Lights, 
§291,863; Hospital, ^4.6S7; Alms House, S6S.330; Eedemption of Bonds, 8103,000; Interest 
on funded debt, 8372.207. The number of salaried employees connected with the Municipal 
(xovernment exceeds eleven hundred. Mho receive for salaries annually an aggregate of over 
one million three hundred thousand dollars. 

The Special Fee Fund for 1877-8 aggregated 8209,699, of which the Recorder returned 
842,S3o.2o; the County Clerk, 860,712; the Sheriff, S29.694; the Tax Collector, 817.052, and 
the Clerk of the Justices' Courts, 821,283. The amount received from poll taxes was §69,514. 

In.snrance. 

On January 1, 1878, there were one hundred and nine, of which seven are California 
companies, fire and marine insurance companies transacting business in California, and twelve 
life insurance companies can^nng on a general business. In addition, two life insurance 
companies were colJeciin^ renewal premiums. Policies of fire and marine insurance to the 
amount of 8315,745,811.03 were written during the j'ear ; the premiums received were 84,902,- 
85.5.87; and the losses paid, .$1,483,124.06. The seven California companies wi-ote 879,374,092, 
or about twenty-five per cent, of the whole. The paid-up cash capital of the California 
companies is 82,070,000. During the year eleven additional tire and marine and seven life have 
been admitted, and eight fire and marine have ceased to do business within the State. It will 
be seen that the percentage of losses is but twenty-six per cent, of the premiums received. 

Neteornlo^irnl Observaiioas made at Sail Franoisro, from \oTcmber, 1850, to Jauuary, 1S?9. 

BY HESRT GIBBONS, M. D. 

In the following tables the reader wiU find, in a condensed form, the results of twenty- 
eight years' diligent observation of the climate of San Francisco, with more particular reference 
to tain. 

Rain has fallen in every month of the year. In July it has rained only in two years; 
August has furnished raJu in five years; June m eight years; September in thirteen j'ears; 
October in sixleen yeai-s. No account is made o' a mere sprinkle, nor of the deposit of sum- 
mer mist. I^he gieafcesi; quantity of mist which ever falls in twenty-four hours is about thiee 
hundreilths of an inch. But this quautity is very rare. Near the ocean the mist is much more 
copious. 

Ttie dtiest season was 1850-51, which gave only seven inches. Xexfc to that wi.s lS6;3-64, 
with eight and one haK inches. The winter of 1867-68 gave the most rain — forty inches. The 
avera;^e is l>etween twenty-one and twenty-two inches. 

The earliest setting in of the rainy season was October 8; the latest, Januaxy 12. An early 
beginning and an abundant supply are apt to go together, but there is no rule in this respect — 
the latest lieginuings have been followed by an average supply. 

The average date of the beginning of the rainy season is November 28; of the termination, 
Apiil 10. March is as certivin to bring rain in liberal amount as any other month. )n one 
year out of e^ery tliree there is no rain of importance after Marc^. The last showers of the 
season come, with remarkable uniformity, about the third week of May. 

The middle of January is the average diNnding point oC the rainy season. The mean quan- 
tity before January 1 is alK)ut equal to the mean quantity after January 31. 

December gives the greatest average qnauLity; Januaiy is not far behind; February, March, 
and November come next, and are nearly alike; then Apc'l, May, and October, in the order 
named. 

The greiitest amount of rain in any ove month was in January, 1862, when there fell the 
enormous quantity of eighteen inches. 

The most extraordinary summer rain was in June, 1875, when 1.11 inches fell during a 
southerly storm which lasted several days. That this was an anomaly is made apparent by the 
fact that in the three summer months during twenty-eight years the whole quantity of rain, 
coUuctivcly, deducting tliis, was only l.i) inches. 

It i.s worthy of note that in the driest seasons there has been an abundant supjdy for agri- 
cnltur;il purposes, h.ad it l)een distributed evenly. Three inches in December, with one inch 
in each of the four following months, would produce full crops. 

The rain table of San Francisco may be made the basis for estimating the fall in other parts 
of the State. The mountains of the north have from two to three times as much, and the 
sontheni section of the Stite about half as much, or even less in some localities. The valley 
of the S.-icramento has nearly the same quantity .as San Francisco; that of the San Jo;u|uiu one 
fourth, or one third less, the qu.intity <liuiinishing southward. 

liy nfcrcnce to tlie tables showing the extremes of heat and cold, it appears that the coldest 
weather was in January, 18.54, wlien the mercury fell to 25 . At that time the mud in the 
Btreets was frozen solid, and the sliallow ]X)nds were covered with ice strong enough for boys to 
skate on. But such weather is extr.;mely rare, though since that time the gniund has been 
frozen several times so as not to thaw fully in the shade for several days. The coldest noonday 
embraced in the record Wi« ST. Often the entire winter passes by without bringing the ther- 
mometer 80 low as the freezing point. In 1853 it fell at no time below 40°. 



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The extreme of heat was on the tenth and eleventh of September, 18^2, when the thermom- 
eter reached 97" and 98" on the two days, respectively. This, however, was entirely excep- 
tional, and might not occur again in half a century ; the air was dry as a sirocco, and caused 
the woodwork of houses to crackle a.nd the plaster to break on the wooden walls. 

With the exception just noted, the hottest day was June 11, 1877—94°. Next come July 
6, 1867, and June 12, 1876— 9.3^ The temperature reached 91' on six days, viz : Once in Octo- 
ber, 1864, once in .September, 1865, once in June, 1872. once in June, 1877, and twice in Sep- 
tember, 1877. In July, 186.3, it was 90'. It appears therefore, that there were but twelve 
days in twenty-seven years, when the temperature reached 90^ 

The table of mean temperature shows that our sununer does not come till the summer months 
have passed by. September is the wannest month in the year, and October next ; then comes 
August ; July, the hottest month elsewhere, is the fourth here, or links with June; next come 
Api-il and May ; then March and November ; then February, and, finally, January and Decem- 
ber, which are the onlj' winter months, if indeed we have any weather that deserves the name 
of winter. 

Twice the ground has been covered with snow. On the twenty-ninth of December, 1856, it 
snowed very fast for several hours, and two or three inches gathered, but it melted before n-^ht. 
On the tweKth of January, 1868, it snowed fast before day, so that two inches collected. But 
it disappeared before sum-ise, so that few persons enjoyed the rare spectacle. 

The extraordinary/ evenness of the cHmate depends on the adjacent ocean, the water of which, 
flowing iu a cuiTent from the north, is alw"aj'S at a temperature of about 54°, summer and 
winter. The sea breeze of su mm er, 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 comfort. 

T AT=}X,B I. 

SHO-nrSG THE AMOUNT OF HAIS IX EACH MOSTH SINCE 1850; AND TBTE TOTAL AMOUST IN EACH EATNY SEASON. 
NOTE— EACH COLUMN EEPREbENTS ONE RAINY SEASON. 



Month 


1854ll855 


18561857 


1858i 18591860 1861 


186211863 1864 18651868 


1867 1868i8691870Jl87ljl872}l873 1874187a 


1876jl877,1378 


1 nust 










.1 

'3A 

.5 
4.8 

1859 






.1 

'"i 
2.7 

1363 


'".2 

'2.5 
1.7 

1864 


.2 

.1 

.1 

7.6 

6.9 

1865 


. i- -- 










....!.. ..!....!.... 


1 


"i'Pt 

October . . 

Nov 

Dee'b'r. . . 


'2.1 
A 
A 

1&55 


'i;2 

5.4 

1856 


.1 

.5 

2.9 

4.0 

1857 


.9 
3.0 
4.2 

1858 


'h'.i 

1.5 
1860 


.1.... 

.9.... 

.2 3.8 

4.8 6.1 

1861 1862 


.2 

.1 

3.1 

.6 

1866 


■2;7 

13.1 

1867 


.1 

.6 
3.1 
12.1 

1868 


1 

.2 2.3 
1.2 1.2 

4.3| 4.6 

1869 1870 


.1 

'".5 
3.0 

1S71 


.1 
.1 

2.3 
13.4 

1872 


.1 
.1 

2.9 
7.8 

1873 


....1 .1 

.a! 2.7 
1.21 5.4 
9.6 .3 

18741875 


.2 
7.1 
3.4 

1876 


.3 6 

2.9 .7 1.1 

.3 1.5 .7 

.... 2.81 .9 

1877|1878,1S79 


Janu'y... 

Feb 

March . . . 

April 

Slay 


4.5 
4.6 
4.3 
5.6 
2.2 


8.4 

.5 

1.6 

3.2 

.9 


2.1 

8.6 
1.6 

.1 


4.4 
1.3 
3.9 
1.1 
.1 
.1 


1.0 
5.2 
2.5 
.3 
2.0 


1.1 
1.4 
3.1 
1.7 
2.6 


1.2 

2.8 

-.7 
.2 


18.1 

6.1 

1.7 

1.1 

.9 

.2 


3.3 
3.3 
2.4 
2.9 
.4 


1.3 

lA 
.9 
.5 


3.S 
.8 
.6 
.7 
.4 


11.0 6.C 
1.6 6.2 
2.6 2.2 
.1 1.1 
1.8 .1 


9.6 
6.2 
6.4 
2.2 

".2 


6.4 
4.0 
3.2 
2.2 
.1 


3.8 
4.5 
1.8 
1.5 
.4 


2.3 6.5 
3.6 7.9 
1.2 1.6 
2.1 1.2 
.3.... 


2.3 

3.4 

.7 

.4 


5.3: 7.1 
2.5i .1 
3.6 1.2 

.9 .1 

.4 .2 

.... 1.1 


7.0 
4.2 
4.7 
1.) 
.2 


3.9 

1.0 

1.0 

.2 

.1 


12.0: 3.5 
12.7 4.4 
4.6 8.4 
].0 2.0 
.2..... 


" 




.3 












.... ....i.... 




.i.... 




































1 1 






Totals. . . 


24.1 


21.2 


20.0 


19.0 


19.8 


17.1jl4.6|38.0 


15.2] 8.5 


21.3 


21.2 32.0 40.5J21.6 


20.2|13.1 


33.1 


17.7 


24.l|l8.2|28.2 


9.7 


35.6 21.6 



1850— Nov., 1.3; Dec, M. 1851— Jan., 0.6; Feb., 0.4; March, 1.9; April, 1.1; May, .7; June, .0; July, .0; Total, 7.1: 
Aug., .1; Sept., 1.0; Oct., .2; Nov.. 2.2; Dec. 7.1. 1852 —Jan., .6; Feb., .1; March, 6.4; April, .2; May, .3; June, .0; 
July, .0; Total 18.2. Aug., .0; Sept., 0; Oct.. .8; Nov., 5.3; Dec, 11.9; 1853— Jan., 4.1; Feb., 1.2; March, 4.8; April, 
5 1; May, .3; June, .0; July, .0; Total 33.5. Aug., .0; Sept., .0; Oct., .1; Nov., 1.4; Dec, 2.1; 1854— Jan., 4.3; Feb.- 
8.4; March, 3.2; April, 3.3; May, .1; June, .1; July, .0; Total 23.0. 

T-A.'RX.E II- 

DATE OF the FIRST AND LAST RAINS, AND OF THE BEGINNING 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 OP 
THE YEAR, IN EACH SE.4.SON, SINCE 1851. 



1851-C2.. 

1852-03. . 
1853-54. . 
1834-55.. 
1853-56.. 
18r;>-f,7.. 
13J7-E3. . 
1853-?9.. 
1859-60. . 
18'<C-61.. 
18S)-62.. 
1862-63. . 
1863-64.. 
1864-65. . 



First 
Bain. 



Sept. 

iOct. 
;3ept. 

!oct. 

I Nov. 
Sept. 
I Oct. 
|Oci,. 
' Kov. 
Oct. 

>:ov. 

Nov. 
Sept. 
.Nov. 



Last 
Rain. 



6 May 
28 May 
15 April 

4|May 
lO.May 
10|Mar. 

e.May 
2llMay 

9 May 

4 May 
1 iMay 

5 May 
19 May 
15 Jlay 



Raint Season. 



17 Dec 
12 Nov. 
28 Jan. 
20 Dec 
25; Nov. 
31 i Nov. 
211 Nov. 
22 Dec 
22lNov. 
22. Dec 

r: Nov. 

19' Dec 
17 Nov. 
19 Nov. 



19 



Ends. 



March 31 

April 29 

April 

April 

April 

March 

Ap.ril 

April 

Api-U 

April 

April 

April 
1) Ap.ril 
2J March 



Bef'e 


After 


Jan. 


Dec. 


10.5 


7.7 


18.0 


15.5 


3.6 


19.4 


2.9 


21.2 


6.6 


14.6 


7.5 


12.5 


8.1 


10.9 


8,8 


11.0 


6.9 


10.2 


6.0 


8.6 


9.9 


28.1 


2.9 


12.3 


4.4 


4.1 


14.9 


6.4 



First 
Rain. 



liast 
Rain. 



Rainy Season^ Iggf.^t^j.^^ 

Remn, : F.nd« ! J*»l- i ^ec. 



Begins. ' Ends. 



1865-66.. 
1866-67.. 
1867-68.. 
1868-69. . 
1869-70. . 
1870-71.. 
1871-72. . 
1872-73. . 
1873-74. . 
1S74-75. . 
1875-76.. 
1876-77. . 
1877-78.. 



Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Wept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 



24 June 
3 May 

14,1 une 
I'Mf.y 
IMay 
< May 

27 M?y 

17 Ai)iil 
6.ToDe 

3 Ii'jje 
26 May 

4 May 
21 May 



8 Nov. 
17 Nov. 
2;' Nov. 
19 Dec 

19 Dec. 
28 Dec 
31 Dec. 
21 Nov. 
2;; Dec 
10 Oct. 
23 \ov. 
21 Oct. 

20 Nov. 



13Mavch 31 4.0 

lb April 12 15.8 

IflApiil 13 15.9 

17 March 29 5.7 

7 Aiiiil 1] 8.1 

2Ap.il 17 3.6 



16 Aiv.il 

23, Feb. 

;iMay 



J8. 15.8 
23 10.8 
7 11.4 



CMa'ch 23 
1, April 28 10.7 
i: Api-U 16 3.50 



17.2 
16.4 
24.6 
1:..9 
15.0 

9.4 
17.2 

6.8 
1J.6 

9.7 
17.4 

6.12 



liMarch 29 30.5 



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T-A-BLE III. 

MAXIMTM QUANTITY OF RAIX IX EACH MOSTH, MINIMUM QUANTITY IX EACH MONTH, AJSD AVERAGE QUANTITY 

IN EACH MONTH, SIKCE 1850. 





Jan. 


Feb. j Mar. ! April.' May. 


June. July, t Aug. 


Sept. 1 Oct. 


Nov. Dec. 


Maximum 


18.1 
0.6 
5.0 


12.7 6.4 1 5.6 2.0 
0.0 0.6 ! 0.0 0.0 
3.41 2.95! 1.5 .6 


1.11 
0.0 
0.09 


0.3 1 0.2 
0.0 i 0.0 


1.0 1 3.4 
0.0 1 0.0 


7.6 13.4 
0.1 0.3 




0.01 0.02 


.09 .4 


2.65 5.26 













MEAN' TEMPERATURE OF EACH MONTH SINCE 1850. DEDUCED FROM TWO DAILY OBSERVATIONS, ONE AT SUNRISE, 
THE OTHER AT NOON ; ALSO, THE MEAN TEMPERATURE OF EACH YEAR. 



Mth1853'18M 1855 1856 185711858 1859:1860 1861.186211863 1864 1865il866ll867 18681869187011871 1872 1873 1874 1875J1876 18771878 



Jim.: 

Frh.. 

Mrh 
Apr I 
.W./;/. 
Ju„>. 
July 
Au.j. 
S-^it.. 
O-t . . 
N.,r . 
Dec. 



46.547.8 
18.8 50.5 
49,0.53.0 
r>3. 653.0 
57.2154.0 
61.5157.9 
5M.3G1.3 
61.1162.5 
(;i.4|i;2.9 

.w.7i5<;.8 

j3.5!52.8 
46.3149.2 



47.6'57.7 
46.750.9 
50.257.8 
51.3 55.7 
55.5 57.6 
61.258.2 
61.7 59.7 
62.0 61.1 
61.363.6 
63.362.2 
56.257.3 
49.5 53.7 



49.0.51.2 
53.4,52.0 
M. 3 50.5 
.58.4,57.5 
58 058.3 
02.0'60.2 
59.663.2 
59.0'60.4 
C2.11G1.3 
62.058.2' 
.56. 6 56.7 
54.7|55.3 



L 

45.951.2 
51.951.2 
53.557.4 
5.5.356.5 
58. 0158. 5 
58.000.0, 
59.660.2 
59.859.6 
59.360.0 
60.8:60.5 
57.2156.4 
53.2 50.7 



.52.5'.51 
.53.5 51 
51.5 53 
54.854 
58.4,55 
i5S.456 
62.458 
64.3 59 
61. Sol 
58.0'61 
55.456 
51.054 



553.3 55.5 47, 
55.0 511.0 49, 
2 55,0 55.149, 

2 54,5 54.8.55. 

3 57.61,55.158, 
5 60.0'56.2 59. 



50.7 

59.8 

460.0 

262.2 



57.5.57 
60.059 
58.7 61 
58.6 60 



6 58.0156.4 56 

7 51.3|49.0;49 



1148.3149, 
l!4',l.9i52, 
8 51.3.53, 
7;.)2.8;56, 
057.056, 
0.59.0 60, 
958.258. 
5!58.4 61, 

3 59,4 62. 
061.9 61. 

4 56.9 57, 
6:,51.0 5O, 



52.3 52.4 
55.953.7 
53.255.5 
55.7 56.4 
57.058.2 
62.5 58.7 
61.0 58.0 

60.4 59.2 
7 '62. 6 60.5 
8|60.7 61.4 
4156.4 56.5 
2'51.650.5 



jrfun58.157.157.C55.7 57.0|55.4!54.8 55.1,55.4 55.5,57.5 57.0 56.7i57.4,57.150.1i56.9;56.8.54.6;55.4 55.7 54.5 55.4 56.7i57.9 56.8 



1851- Jan., 49.3; Fob. 51.1; March, 53.8; April, 57.7; May, 57.0; June, 58.8; July, 57.9; Aug.. 63.2; Sept., 61.6; 
Oct., 61.9; Nov., 56.3; Dec, 51.3.; Mean, 56.6. 1852-Jan., 50.8; Feb., 53.1; March, 52.9; AprU, 55.4; May, 55.1; June, 
60.4; July, 61.4; Aug., 61.2; Sept., 63.1; Oct., 58.7; Nov., 53.5; Dec, 50.8; Mean, 56.5. 

T-A-IBIjE! -^V. 
extremes op bbat in each month since 1850; also, in each ye-vr. 



Mth 


1853 


1854 


1855 


1856 1857 1858 


1859 


1800 1861 


1862 


1863;1864 18G5|1866 


1867 


18681869 


18701871 


187218731874 


1875'l876 


1877 


1878 


Jiin.. 


62 


69 


72 


60 


67 


62 


65 


62 


60 


62 


63 


70 


63 


61 


61 


.W 


64 


69 63 


62 


69 60 


62 


61 


64 


62 


Frh. . 


67 


69 


72 


70 


68 


70 


65 


74 


61 


58 


64 


73 


65 


70 


64 


68 


69 


70 


63 


65 


69 


65 


68 


67 


06 


62 


M-rh. 


77 


72 


78 


80 


74 


73 


70 


75 


82 


72 


79 


74 


71 


69 


65 


70 


72 


67 


72 


67 


78 


65 


69 


73 


75 


66 


A prl 


75 


83 


78 


69 


81 


SO 


80 


83 


79 


75 


82 


84 


75 


88 


85 


75 


70 


72 


74 


70 


77 


73 


84 


75 


66 


73 


Mail. 


81 


73 


83 


69 


75 


87 


85 


73 


76 


76 


78 


75 


87 


79 


87 


86 


86 


87 


76 


82 


74 


82 


70 


83 


69 


76 


Juiu. 


87 


74 


82 


74 


8"/ 


77 


85 


74 


76 


79 


78 


70 


87 


85 


86 


72 


72 


74 


80 


91 


68 


85 


76 


93 


94 


75 


July. 


78 


81 


90 


78 


72 


86 


82 


82 


78 


86 


72 


70 


79 


76 


93 


75 


74 


83 


70 


69 


72 


73 


73 77 


76 


74 


Aiuj . 


V« 


85 


V9 


80 


83 


73 


80 


86 


76 


87 


82 


78 


75 


75 73 


75 


75 


80 


80 


75 


75 


68 


69 75 


77 


74 


S>pt.. 


88 


87 


84 


85 


88 


88 


87 


88 


76 


U 


82 


86 


91 


77 88 


70 


85 


78 


88 


73 


72 


89 


82 


83 


91 


78 


Ort... 


85 


83 


79 


79 


83 


79 


89 


79 


83 


84 


87 


91 


80 


80 


79 


A5 


K, 


76 


85 


82 


76 


78 


80 


76 


77 


80 


Nov . 


73 


72 


67 


74 


72 


73 


71 


70 


69 


70 


72 


72 


76 


72 


70 


75 


73 


72 


78 


70 


72 


72 


69 


70 


67 


67 


Dec.. 


69 


71 


61 


58 


60 


69 


63 


61 


63 


64 


69 


63 


60 


64 


66 


63 


64 


62 


64 


65 


57 


65 


63 


64 


64 


67 


Year 


88 


87 


90 


85 


88 


88 


89 


88 


83 


87 


87 


91 


91 


88 


93 


86 


86 


87 


88 


91 


78 


89 


84 


93 


94 


80 



1851-^Jan , 64 ; Feb., 71; March, 74; April, 84; May, 71; .Tune, 78; July, 73; Aug,, 82; Sept., 75; Oct,, 83; Nov., 73; 
Doc, 61. Year, 84, 1852 -Jan., 64; Feb., 05; Ma.ch, 81; April, 82; May, 67; June, 80; July, 79; Aug., 76; Sept., 98; 
Oct., 78; Nov,, 80; Doc, 63. Year, 98. 

XXTRKMK8 OF COLD IN EACH MONTH SINCE 1850; ALSO, IN EACH YEAR. 



Mth 


t8,'k)I8.M 


1855 


18A6 1857 


I8S8 


1859 


1860|l861 


1863 1863|l864 


18851866 


1867 


18681869 


1870 


1871 


1872 


1873 


1874 


1875 


1876 


1877 


1878 


Jiin. . 


41 25 


33 


33 


32 


30 


30 


31 


29 


29 


40 


.38 


35 1 38 


ai 


32 35 


.% 


M 


41 


46 


.10 


.15 


.13 


.16 


.^1 


Feb.. 


42 


JH 


41 


40 


31 


30 


34 


32 


38 


34 


38 


43 


38 42 


a? 


31 


.36 


.S8 


.38 


40 


.16 


.18 


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CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF CURRENT EVENTS, 

FROM JAXIFARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 18:8. 



.Tamiai-j' 1. Hoodlums murder James Lyons, corner 
Fifth and Tehama streets. . . .Thomas J. Dixon, Clerk 
Police Court, ari'ested for embezzlement. 

.Ian. 2. Hon. H. L, Dodge assumes charge of the U.S. 

Mint as Superintendent TTie banking' house of 

Hickox & Sjie.ar suspends. 

Jan. 3. Unemployed workingmen call on the Mayor 
for work. 

Jan. 5. Kearnej', Wellock, Knight and O'Donnell ar- 
rested under indictment for riot and conspiracy. 

Jan. 6. State Senator Nathan Porter dies at Sacra- 
mento. 

Jan. 7. Fire in block bounded bv Spear, Main, Har- 
rison and Folsoin streets ; damages, .'ip:i.5,000. 

Jan. 9. Kearnev re-arrested under the Gibhs Ordi- 
nance for riot. . . .Martin Pendergast attempts to murder 
Mrs. Price, and then suicides. 

Jan. 10. Kearney and Wellock again arrested 

Property owners protest against further widening of 
Dupont street. 

Jan. H. William T. Duncan and W. S. Duvall arrested 
for aiding the esca[ie of J. C. Duncan and LeWarne. . . . 
Kearney arrested on an additional complaint. 

Jan. 13. Largest rainfall of the season up to date. . . . 
"Widows and Orphans' Aid Association of the Police 
Department" organized. 

Jan. 14. Baby show in Piatt's Hall largely attended, 
one hundred and fifty entered for prizes. 

Jan. 15. The trial of Kearney, Wellock, Knight, and 
other labor agit:it(jrs begins in the City Crimuial Court. 
. . . .J) C. Patrick installed President of the Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Jan. IG. Board of Supervisors appoint committee to 
urge passage of the "Coffey Polici; liill.". . . .Kearney, 
Wellock, and Knight again arrested. . . .Charles E. Hook 
suicides bj' poison. 

Jan. 17. Mayor Bryant issues his proclamation, for- 
bidding unlawful assemblages. . . .Second Brigade Na- 
tional Guard on duty to support police, if required. . . . 
The police disperse a meeting in the Eighth Ward. . . . 
State Convention National Labor Party assembles in 
Dashaway Hall. 

Jan. 18. Charles Crocker announces work for a thou- 
sand men, atfeil ])erday. . . .Militia still guarding armor- 
ies. . . .William Peterson suicides. 

Jan. 19. Police disperse mob on outside of Dashaway 
Hall. . . .The Riot Act passes the Legislature, and is 
signed by the Governor. . . .Militia still on duty. . .Great 
excitement over the labor agitation throug'hout the city. 

Jan. 20. Henry J. Coolidge suicides. 

Jan. 21. John W. Nelson suicides. . . .Heavy runs are 
made on the Odd Fellows and C'la.y Street Savings Banks. 
. . .Workingmens' Convention meets at Humboldt Hall. 

Jan. 22. Kearney, Wellock and Knight are acquitted, 
after six days trial. . . .An attempt to poison the family 
of Ex-Supervisor Drucker. 

Jan. 23. Wilhelmina Jones dies from the effect of an 
assault by Albert Ontiviras. . . .William H. Patterson 
suicides. 

Jan. 25. The bark King Phillip wrecked off the heads. 
. . .Workingmen's Convention adjourns sine die. . . . 
Maria M. Howard suicides by chloroform. . . .The ])arting 
of a tug's hawser kills Capt. Blinn of the shijj Western 
Shore. 

Jan. 26. The Bank of San Francisco winds up its 
business. 

Jan. 28. Prosecuting Attorney Roysden moves the 
indefinite postponement of all the indictments against 
Kearney, Wellock and Knight. 

Jan. 29. Citizens subscribe largely to the Bush Fund 
for employing labor in Golden Gate Park. 

Jan. 30. Joseph Meyer drowned in the bay. 

February 1. Adolph Goetzin suicides. . . .Judge 
Wheeler decides a mortgage given as securit3'' against 
future assessments on stocks, valueless. 



Feb. 2. John W. Nelson suicides by drowning. 

Feb. 3. Incendiaries attempt to flre the Supreme 
Court Building. 

Feb. 6. J. Antonia suicides by strychnine. . . .Police 
arrest sixty-two Chinamen under Cubic Air Ordinance. 

Feb 8. A. Tassaro attempts to murder A. D. Splivalo, 
and then suicides by pistol. . . .Charles Gave dies of 
injuries received in a fight with Hugh O'Neil. 

Feb. 10. The North Beach and Mission K. R. Co. lay 
their track on California fi-oni Battery to Market Street, 
in ten hours, "heading off" the California Street R. R. 
Co. . . .George E. Fenton, 17 years old, suicides by pistol. 
. . .The body of E. Bushwick, supposed suicide, found 
near Ocean Laach House. . . .George E. McCarty suicides. 

Feb. 11. Thomas Wallace, a noted criminal, escapes 
from the Municipal Criminal Court room. . . .John 
Kjeldstrom and John Shortreed suicide. 

Feb. 12. California Street R. E. Co. commences laying 
its cable. . . .Florence Hoffer suicides. 

Feb. 13. Fire in Pacific Vniegar Factory ; damages, 
••34,000. . . .William H. Fox suicides. 

Feb. 14. Fourth annual sale of the Real Estate 
Associates realizes |202,52.'i. . . .Sixty-five thousand 
valentines pass through the Post-Office". . . .Constitution 
of Workingmen's Party officially promulgated. 

Feb. 15. John Bradley is killed by a windlass. 

Pfeb. 17. Duncan, the Pioneer Bank forger, attempts 
to leave the city by .sea, is intercepted, and eludes the 
pohce on returning to land. . . .James N. McCune, a 
member of the San Francisco Produce Exchange, dies. 

Feb. 18. The heaviest rain-fall of the season. . . .J. W. 
Mackey announces that he will pay cost of Pacific Min- 
eral exhibit to Paris Exposition. . . .Frederick Beck sui- 
cides. 

Feb. 19. Thomas D. Nice acquitted of the murder of 
Emma Mehan. . . .George W. Abbott, money broker, 
absconds with ^50,000. 

Feb. 20. J. C. Merrill on trial for harboring Duncan. 
. . . Francis Harvej" suicides. 

Feb. 21. John Scott suicides. 

Feb. 22. The Branch Mint discontinues the coinage of 
trade dollars. . . .The New German Hospital, costing 
*200,000, formally opens. . . .Samuel F. Schwartz arrested 
for defrauding the Government. 

Feb. 24. Joseph C. Duncan, the Pioneer Bank forger, 
is captured. 

Feb. 25. John McGuire sentenced for the murder of 
Thomas Williams. . . .Police Officer Coppola dies from 
pistol shot fired bj' his wife. 

Feb. 26. The Fair in aid of the German Hospital 
opens in Horticultural Hall. 

Feb. 27. The steamship City of New York arrives 
from Honolulu, having made the quickest tmie on rec- 
ord. 

Feb. 28. William Maitland and John Smith found 
guilty of taking money for shipping sailors in a British 
vessel. . . .Total rain-fall for February, 10.98 inches, the 
heaviest of thirty years for same month. 

March 1. Charles C. Nahl, the eminent figure painter, 
and an "Argonaut" of 1850, dies. . . .The < 'lympic Club 
gives successful exhibition at Baldwin's Tneater. 

March 2. J. Gi-aver suicides. . . .August Fugelsang 
found near Eight-mile House faUilly wounded. . . .F. W. 
May arrested for the attempted poisoning of Ex-Super- 
visor Drucker. . . .John Brarens found dead. 

March 3. Guy R. Skinner suicides. . . .Wesley D. 
Barnes is shot by a woman claiming to be his wife. ' Wil- 
liam Inkhen drowned in the bay. . . .Thaddeus Honan, 
a training-ship boy, suicides by drowning. 

March 4. The Centennial anniversary of Robert Em- 
met's birth is celebrated by overHowing houses in Metro- 
politan Temple and Pacific Hall. 

March 5. The body of Joseph D. Olesen recovered 
from the bay. . . .The German Hospital Fair closes with 
net profits, §20,000. 



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March 3. Edward Hicks found guilty of killing William 
Pa^e, July i, 1877. . . .Lorenzo Alloni dies from knile 
wound. 

March 10. Meetini; of stockholder.^ and depositors of 
the Pioneer Bank held in Charter Oak Hall. 

March 11. Several severe accidentii occur from nina- 
WMy horses, by one of which Miss Hyde is killed. . . . 
James Hamilton, a distin^'uiihed marine painter, dies. 

March 12. The l).>ot and shue manufacturers orj^'anize 
a^'aiiist Chinese labor. . 

March 14. J. C. Merrill and G. W. Jenks charged with 
aiding Duncan's escape. 

March lii. Meeting of citizens and taxpayers m Piatt s 
Hull to pnitest ajjainst the Spring Valley Water bill. 
. . .Eight cases of sm.illp<JX are reported. . . .Emma C. 
Uowne.s dies fr.im abortion by .Mrs. V. h. Hodgdon. 

March 17. Dr. Samuel Duncan suicides. . . .P. J. Mc- 
Oi.m suicides bv drowning, and J. A. Linehan by pistol. 
. . .Si. Patrick's" Day celeorated by services in all the 
C:ith.)lic >.-hiirches, a grand procession, and bancjuet at 
Ui(" Occidental Hotel. 

March 19. Mrs. Cynthia L. Hodgdon is hold for the 
rannJor t>f Emma C. Uowncs. . . .Adam Zweckler suicides 
liv hanging. . . .Joseph Muguire, musician, dies in Oak- 
Lu'.d, 

March 20. Prinees-s Lilinokalani, heiress apparent to 
the Hawaiian throne, arrives. 

.^Ja^ch 22. Jeanette DeljXKlia siiicides by strychnme. 
. . . .Mechanics' SUte Council holds its tenth annual 
niicling. . .The Wurkingmen's County Convention meets 
to !i mnuate a County C'umuiittee. 

.March 24. John Lange su.cidos The wrecked 

KcKdoner Goner d Miller is towci into port; all hands 
MUoiiosed t<i be lost. 

March 2."). The Super\isors adopt resolutions looking 
to an increase of the jiolice force. 

March 20. Officer Kosekamp seizss til5,000 worth of 
sroiigglevl opium. . . .Annuiil election of officers of San 
Francisco .<Vrt Association is held. . . .William Faulkner 
diL'S. 

ili'.rch 27. John Dunn and John Donnelly suicide by 
pistul.i. . . .A J. Jeghcrs, for many years Deputy County 
Ciurk, dies. 

.March 29. Mark Hopkins, Treasurer Central Pacific 
tl. K. Co., dies at Fort Vunia, A. T. 

.Mirch 30. H. H. Johnston arrested for embezzling 
.-n,;liU ironith.' .Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

M r!i:',l. Uooige W. Abbott, absconding defaulter, 

i.'.it ba;k irom Acapulc), Mcxici James E. 

' ..i;:j^ suicides by pist^d. .. .John Smith accidentally 
clmvvns in the bay, .". . William Kidd stabs IJ. McLaughlin. 

April 1. A t'-ncr.d reduction of ten p.^r cent, in the 
wa-,'os «i street railroad employes goes into operation. 

April 2. Accounts of T. J. Di.X'Ui, late Police Court 
Clerk, short over .■<lo,0<Ja The office is declared vacant, 
and Itert McNulty elected to vacancy. 

.\pril :.. Louis Aiblseher suicid'.-s by strychnine. . . . 
Will'i.ini liegan found dead. 

April 0. .b'hn W. Ames, United States SurveyorGen- 
cni! fur California, dio.s. 

April 7. A. It. Wattcrson suicides by jwison. 

A:iril 8. liiiard nf Supervisura doeidos to create one 
hiindre 1 new policemen. 

.\|iril '.). Patrick Farrally suicides. 

April 10. California .Street K. U. opens for traflic. . . . 
Mr/<. Htowart and two children burned to death at 1214 
Htoi'kt/m street. 

April 12. JoM'jph Uunting confcsfes to dcfaleatious in 
s;r I i>L|iarlinent. . . .Cupt. Douglojts raids a prize light 
•if I'iuU'H Hall. 

Apiil i;i. Cortland W«M)d suicides. 

Ajiril 14. Convent of St. Koso dedicated. 

April HI. Street e.ir runs over and kills John Callahan. 
. . .Kire corner Eighth and ilowanl slrootu; damages, 
lid.tHio. . . .L. iJ. Deiiiia Khot by g.iiToiors. 

.\pril 17. The Hnmcli .Mint coins first new dollar. 

April 20. Fr.uik S|«3arinnii killed by a dummy of the 
l.'.iiiioniiu Street K. H. . . .Schr Caroline Medaii iirrives 
wiLh :1(I,0(>0 silver tiulli.m from wrvck of the City of San 
Fr.inclHco. . . .('ontrollur Irota the best twenty miles on 
roc >rd '. time, f>Ji:ri7. 

April 2!. Annual reunion of San Francisco Art Associ- 
ation held. . . .MatthiuM Hollebach suicides. . 

April 2:t. FIro at P'V ill.- Wire Works; damage, tB.OOO. 

April 24. John Gania.,'c shoots A. J. LeUruton. . . .The 
Doinocrallc and Kciiubllean SUito Central Committees 
meet at Palace Hotel. 

April 2(1. John Ituiik is hanged In the County Jail for 



the murder of policeman Coots. . . .Tlie Australian cricket 
team arrives on steamer City of Sydney. 

April 28. John Wall drops dead. 

April 29. Judge Sawyer decides Chinese ineligible to 
become citizens of the United States. . . .George H. 
Howard dies at San Mateo. 

April 30. A fire in the old Mansion House on Dupont 
Street ; four Chinamen burned to death ; damages, 
$18,000. 

Max 1. The California Chemical Works destroyed bj' 
fire; "damages, §37,000. . . .Episcopal Convention of Cali- 
fornia meets. . . .Grand review and sham battle at the 
Presidio. 

W. S. O'Brien, of the bonanza firm, dies. 
The funeral of the late W. S. O'Brien is largely 



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arrives. 

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May 12, 



The Italian war steamer Christofore Colombo 



John Tuttle suicides with aconite. 

Louis Heyman suicides James Banna- 

tyiie accidentally drowns in the bay. • 

May 13. Fire at 747 M.vrket street; loss, t?37,500. . . . 
Gran<l Kucami^mont I. O. O. F. meets. 

May 14. State Sabbath School Convention meets. . . . 
A fire in North Beach and Mission R. R. Co.'s stable; 
damages, S10,000. . . .Christopher Myrtetus suicides. 

May 1.5. Dr. W. G. Wayman, member of the Board of 
Health, dies. 

May l(i. Kearney Convention assembles at Charter 
Oak Hall. Anti-Kearnev Convention at Tittel's Hall. 

May 13. Mrs. B. St. "Denis killed by fall from a bal- 
cony. 

May 19. John H. Burke sues the bonanza firm for 
.SSJ.OOO.OOO. . . .Jose))h Davis, absconding manager Sac- 
ramento Dine Savings Bank, arrested. 

May 20. Michael Shannon dies from stab by parties 
unknown. 

May 21. Hon. E. B. Washburne arrives. . . .Andrew 
Spohr murders his wife, Lena. 

Mav 22. James Baxter dies from wounds infliclod by 
A. P. Church. 

May 23. Gustav A. Kerapel suicides by drowning. 

May 24., Thom.as Rose suicides. 

May 20. John Murphy and Edward Pnunmond 
drowned in the bay. . . .Moritz Marks drowned off North 
Beach. 

May 27. Dr. R. D. Todd accidentally shoots and kills 
William E. Sturges. 

May 28. The grand Music Festival opens in the 
Meahanics' Pavilion. . . . Ormond M. Lissak succeeds in 
competitive examination for West Point ai)pointinoiit. 

Maj' 2i). b. F. Naptlialy arrested for gi-aml larceny. 
. . .George W. Abbott convicted of embezzlement. 

May 30. Jleniorial day aiipropriatelv celebrated. 

May 31. Dennis Donnelly suici<les Properly 

owners meet in opposition to extension of Fiftcenlli 
Aveiiuo. 

June 1. The May Musical Festival closes. . . .Williuin 
II. liutler suicides." 

June 2. The South Pacific Coast Narrow Gauge Rail- 
road (jpens. 

June 3. Registration for the Constitutional Conven- 
liiMi elociion closes with 3S,50o names on Register. 

June 2. The Democrats comi>letc their Convention 
ticket. . . .Five hundred and seventy-flve Chinese arrive 
on the steamer Oceanic. 

June ,5. Non- Partisans hold an immense ratification 
meeting in Piatt's Hall. 

.hiiie (J. Ellen Weyerrailler suicides by drowning. . . . 
Thoniiis J. Arnold dies. 

June 7. Adah L. Van Heussendies from abortion. 

.Unie 8. S(d. A. Sharp, a distinguished member of the 
San Francisco bar, dies. 

June II. James Downey suicides by drowning. 

Ju;ie 10. Charles Warner suicides by drowmiig. 

June 11. John G. Gerding suicides lohn H. 

St'jvcnson found dcatl. . . .Herbert Grinnell, dcfaultinu' 
salesman, absconds. 

.luiie 14. Schuyler Colfax lectures on the "Life and 
Character of Lincoln." 

June 1.5. The Workingmon— Kearney wing— hold a 
torchlight i)roce8sion. . . .The San Francisco Livcrosse 
Club wins the championship. 

June 17. Thomas Wagner appointed United States 
Survcyor-Gcner.U for California. 

June 18. P. J. fiedrolivanskey dies from fracture of 
skull. 

June 10. Election of delegates to the Constitutional 



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CHRONOLOGICAL EVENTS. 



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Con\-ention passes off quietly, the total vote polle'l beiny 
27,113. With six tickets in the field, the Kearney wing" 
Workingmeii, elects its local ticket by an a veraj^e' major- 
ity over the Non-Partisans of 5,385. 

June 21. Edward Hanrahan kills both his wife and 
cousin, Michael Sheehan, with an axe. 

Juno 24. Pierce Neagle shoots Bridget T. Hardiiett, 
and then suicides. . . .The depositors and members of the 
<_)dd Fellows' Savings Bank reorganize with a capital 
stock of ¥250,000. 

June -25. A convention of proprietors and editors of 
the Press of the State meets at Palace Hotel, and organ- 
ize The California Press Association. 

June 20. William Herbold suicides. 

June 27. J. W. Batchelder and Godfreid Henninger 
arrested for trafficking in police appointments. . . .Thom- 
as Downing suicides. 

June 28. Augustus Hahn suicides. 

June 2i). Hiram B. Cook and John P. Bell an-ested 
for defalcation. 

July 1. R. M. darken. Clerk City Criminal Co\irt, 
arrested for embezzlement. . . .Nearly all the principal 
city and county offices are removed to' the new City Hall. 

July 2. Capt. C. A. Morrell arrested for con»pli'city in 
opium smuggling. 

July 3. Chief Natchez, of the Piute Indians, arrives. 

July 4. The day is appropriately celebrated with a 
procesfiion, and literary exercises at Metropolitan Temjile. 
. . . .The Fire Department responds to twenty-six differ- 
ent alarms; damages nominal. .. .The Pacific Yacht 
Club dedicate their new Club House and grounds at New 
Saucelito. . . .The San Francisco Yacht Club visit Vallejo 
and Napa. 

July 5. Luis Vargas suicides. . . .Belt factory, cornor 
Alabama and Twenty-ffrst streets, destroyed by fire; loss, 
85,000. J J , , 

July 8. The Jesuit Fathers commence work for their 
new church and college buililings, on Van Ness Avenue'. 

July 9. The .-hip Western Shore wrecked on Ouxbury 
Keci; loss, i'90,000. 

•July 10. Dr. Kimball Favor arrested for abortion. 

July 11. Isaac Friedlander, a prominent merchant, 
dies. . . .John H. Euby suicides. . . .Tom Wallace, a noted 
burglar, is brought back to the city. 

July 12. Isaac VV. Smith apjjointed Engineer of the 
Board of Harbor Commissioners. 

July 13. Sash and blind factory of B. & J. S. Doe 
destroj'ed by fire; loss; ^35,000. 

July IG. William Oaks dies from a fractured skull. 
. . .Honorah Lynch dies from a stab inilicted by her 
husband. 

July 20. Thomas N. Starr suicides by drowning. 

July 21. Dennis Kearney leaves for Massachusetts. 

July 23. The Public Kindergarten Society of San 
Francisco organize. 

July 24. John Heidemann suicides. 

July 25. Gold is discovered in the Ocean Beach dig- 

July 2«. The City of Tokio arrives with Chinese 
embassy. 

■I ulj 28. Immense crowds visit the Ocean Beach gold 
mines. 

July 31. V,illiam E. Can-, on trial for eomplicitv in 
fri-.nilulent nary certificates, acquitted. 

August 1. Henry Droge murders his wife and suicides. 

Aug. 3. A telegram announces the death of Michael 
Reese in Germany. . . .San Francisco Yacht Club holds 
Its annual regatta. 

'\^'-i- *• J>5*in ^- Warner shoots and kills William J. 
W ilson. 

Tlie Hastings Law College inaugvirated. 
George Smith suicidies. 
Henry J. Montague, distinguished society 



Aug. 8. 
Aug. 9. 
Aug, 11. 
actor, dies. 
Aug. 12. 



Batchelder and Heniiinger, the police 
brokers, sentenced to County Jail, the first for one year, 
the other for six months. 

Aug. 12. The Thirteenth Mechanics' Fair opens with 

literary exercises at Metropolitan Temple Thomas 

Thompson suicides. 

Aug. 15. Registrar Kaplan publishes tables of number 
and nativity of voters in citj-; total, 37,915, of which 
10,813 are foreign born. . . .Louis Colon suicides. 

Aug. 16. Einstein Bros., boot and shoe manufacturers, 
fail for :rS00,000. 

Aivg 18 Ferd. T. Brewster killed at South Pacific 
Coast R. R. lauding, Alameda. 

Aug. 19. A meeting of clergymen of all denominations 



h(M to secure a Sunday observance clause in the Consti- 
tiUuion. 

.vug. 20. P. J. Boardman suicides N. R. Middlcton 

fatally injured by street car horses. 

Aug. 21. San Francisco's first installment, JVI OCO 
1( ellow lever Relief Fund, is forwarded by the Israelites 
of t he ciiy. . . .As a result of the examination Ijy the 
Baiik Commissioners, the Masonic Savings and Loan 
society closes its doors. 

Aug 22. Henry Ward Beocher delivers first lecture. 
. . .Judge Dwiiieile decides Sale Deposit Co. responsible 
for Uuncdii s over-issue of stock. 

Aug. 23. Sophia Wahr, aged 13, suicides by strychnii>e 
urn"'"''" ,,■ ?'^ McUowan dies from stab indicted by 

WiUuua Howard Fire in Murphy, Graiit&Co.'s store; 

damages, .■?40,000. aowii-, 

Aug. 26. AVilliam Baker shoots Adel Gray. 

Aug. 27. A. H. Manson suL-^ides when about to be 

arrested tortlie attempted murder of his wife Joseph 

i rusher suicides. ' 

Aug. 2u. A shooting affray between ex-Suijen'isor M. 
J. Kelly and his brotuer-in-Uw, John Russell Citi- 

zens organize relief movement in aid of yellow fever suf- 

Septeiuber 1. John Russell dies of his wound 
Jacob Kister accidentally shoots aud kills Frank Hei"-!e 
. . . .Beccher preaches to an immense congregatioir hi 
the Grand Opera House. 

Sept. 2 Ex-Governor H. H. Haight dies. 

Sei^t. 3. The Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Savinp-s 
upon examination by Bank Commissioners, is ordered 
into liquidation. ' 

Sept. 4. Postmaster-General Key and party arrive. 

bapt. 7. Higinio de Cimia suicides. 

Sept. y. Golden Gate District Fair opens. . . .Admis- 
sion Day celebrated by literary exercises at Pacihc Hall 
and piciiic at V\ oodward's Gardens. 

aept. 11 Alexander Austin, e.x-Tax Collector, suicides 
at Sail Mateo. 

Se).t. li!. General John C. Fremont, newly ai)pointe 1 

Governor of Arizona, arrives Samuelii. Husse,mau 

IS charged with embracery, and sentenced to te'i davs' 
jail and fane of cil,000. 

Sept. 14. Hattie L. Russell suicides. . . .Mechanics' 
Fair proper (Joses. Receipts, !|-'41,145.56 ; expenses s'^o - 
793.84. ' > •• ' 

Sept. 15. Mechanics' Fair continued to-day for yellow 
fever sufierers. l^eccipts, S;l,511.50. . . .Bishop Simpson 
preaches in Grand Opera House. 

Sept. 10. Mrs. Hodgdo.i convicted of murder m t;ec- 
ond degree. 

Sept. 17. Gustav Maho, Director General French 

Bank, suicides The California Pioneers give receptijn 

to General 1-remoiit. . . .The protected tax monies in the 
hands of the late collector, A. Austin, amounting to>*2wi - 
235.53, are found to have been embezzled. . r.Caijtaiii 
Albert G. Jones dies. 

Sept. IS. Tlie French Bank suspends business pend- 
ing examination by the Bank Commissioners. 

Sejjt. l!>. Mary Ann Burnssuicides by poison. 

Sept. 22. Independent Order of B'nai B'rith lays cor- 
ner-stone of their new Hall on Eddv street. . . .Twenty- 
llfth anniversary Young Mens' Christian Association hei.i 
in First Congregational Church. 

Sept. 24. Gen. Fremont and party leaves for Arizona. 
. . . .State Teachers' Association meets. 

Sept. 25. Large mass meeting of Germans at Horti- 
cultural Hall protests against any Sunday Law. ■ 

Sept. 20. 'cJenerals Sherman and McCook, U. S. A., 
arrive Julius A. Keefe suicides. 

Sept. 30. Daniel Meride, a hoodlum, aged 19, shot and 
killed by Edward A. Von Schmidt. . . .Maude JlcNeal 
suicides. .. .Supervi-sor Hill resigns. 

October 1. .J. H. Montgomery suicides. . . .H. J. Wid- 
mer assaults Mr. Bierce. 

Oct. 2. Gilbert L. Domm arrested for forgeries to 
amount of .'r^S, 7.50. 

Oct. 4. Charles M. Martin dies from having been 
thrown from a biUeop.y. 

Oct. 7. Judge Dwindle declares the French Bank in- 
solvent, and appoints F. F. Low receiver. 

Oct. 9. David D. Coltoii, Financial Director of the C. 
P. R. R. Co., and Vice President of the S. P. R. R. Co., 
dies. 

Oct. 14. The first heavy rain of the season. 

Oct. 10. Julius Knopf suicides. 

Oct. 17. Andrew Spohr sentenced for life for wife 
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Oct. 18. Guisepi>e Carilfina suicides. 

Oct. 19. Fire at 3U Francisco s treet ; loss, SIO.OOO; 
and at 19 Commercial street; loss, s«,0OJ. . . .Thomas L. 
Smith accidentally shot and killed by E. H. Ladd. 

Oct. 20. Corner stone of the new St. Ignatius Church 
on Van Ness Avenue laid. . . .A fire in Chinatown; loss, 
;i«,000. 

The Australian cricket team, en route home. 



Oct. 21. 
arrives. 
Oct. 22. 
Oct. 23. 
Oct. 24. 



Thomas P. Kettell, journalist, dies. 
Geop^'c Buxtim suicides. 
Thomas A. TalbertapjwiintedSupen'isor, vice 
Hill, resi(fned. . . .Greit cricket match ; Australian team 
defeats twenty-two Califurnians. 

Oct. 20. Heinrich iJuscher sxiicides Andrew 

Sandey dies from injuries received by a Market street 
car. 

Oct. 27. R. Lvman Potter, the "WTieelbarrow Man," 
arrives. . . .Kpiscopal Chur.^h celebrate twenty-fifth anni- 
vcrsarj' of Bishop Kip"s ordination. 

f)ct.'2.S. Colonel Kichard Healf suicides in Oakland. 

Oct. 31. Frank H. K'wcoe suicides. 

November 1. lndi;?natiou meeting' at Irish-.\merican 
Hall denounce? Col. Jicc. . . .Wells, Kartfo & Co. issue 
circular stoiipinjj oontributiims for yellow fever sufferers. 
Tlieir ucency shows receipt* and disbursements, s,'J2,335.05 

Nov. 2. W. H. Rulofson, Sr., photographer, killed by 
. a f:ill. 

.Nov. 3. Dashaway As.sociation opens theirnew hall on 
i Post street. 

Nov. C. Moses Kullman suicides. 

Nov. 7. .\nn .M. Barry murdered by Michael Sullivan, 
alias "Red Mike." 

Nov. 10. The Athletics win the base ball champion^ 
»hip. 

Nov. 12. Henry S. Smith, Vice-President Mechanics' 
Institute, dies. 

Nov. Ut. Officer Wallace charged with making unlaw- 
ful arrest of Charles Crocker. 

Nov. 10. Reports of amounts contributed to Yellow 
Fever Fund show: total forwarded, •■Jlll),587.80; remain- 
in;; on hand, !*<!,3!)8.04. 

Nov. 17. .lohii Coming', Assistant General Sui)erin- 
tcndoiit C. P. R. R., dies at Los Angeles. 

Nov. 18. Edwin .Stanton, a Lincoln School boy, proves 
to be a ;rirl in tiis;,iiise. 

Nov. 21. George .M. Smith kills his wife for refusing 
to live with him. . . .Bernard F. Kenny, delegate to the 
Constitutional Convention, dies. 

Nov. 22. Charles H. French, hockman, killed by the 



overturning of his hack. . . .Corner stone of Beth Israel 
Synagugue is laid. 

"Nov. 23. Giovanni Mirasole suicides. . . .Tom Wallace 
sentenced to iienetentiary for fourteen years. 

Nov. 24. Mary Rodriguez dies from wounds inflicted 
by J. B. Ayres. 

Nov. 25. William Grifls, alias Saville, the London 
bank forger, arrested. 

Nov. 26. The Workingmen give Kearney a grand 
reception on his arrival from the Ea.«t. . . .The Supreme 
Court affirms the legality of the Dupont Street and 
Montgomery .\ venue widening assessments. 

Nov. 27. Thanksgiving Day generally observed by a 
suspension of business. 

Nov. 28. The Bulletin publishes the questions pre- 
pared in State Superintendent's office for teachers' exam- 
inations. . . .Wilhelni Taureck suicides. 

Nov. 30. Louis Dcverger suicides. 

December 1. Jean PapoTi and Charles A. Bauer suicide. 

Dec. 2. Fire Commissit>ners dismiss their secretary, 
J. J. llenrettiv, and elect John P. Shine. 

Dec. .S. George Gardiner suicides. 

Dec. 7. William K. Black dies. 

Dec. 8. Eniest A. Blackburn suicides. 

Dec. 9. Patrick Thornton suiciiles. 

Dec. 11. Supreme Court decides the appointment of a 
Receiver for the French Bank unlawful. . . .N. Landry, 
real-estate agent, suicides. 

Dec. 13. Carsten H. Warmholz suicides. . . .Fire on 
Hayes street destroys property to the amount of .^12,000. 

Dec. 15. General" B. S. Alexander, U. S. A., President 
Board of Engineers Pacific Const, dies. 

Dec. 16. Trial of J. C. Duncan begins. 

Dec. 17. Clerk Hall, of the London and San Francisco 
Bank, absconds. The Bank loses $00,000. 

Dec. IS. Andrew J. Poixj dies. 

Dec. 24. The lielief Committee yellow fever fund, ap- 
propriates the unexpended balance in Park improve- 
ments. . . .Charles E. Gorham and Jerome Barabino sui- 
cide. 

Dec. 26. William S. Wells drowns in Lake Merritt. 

Dec. 27. James Gordon Bennett's Arctic yacht Jean- 
nette, arrives. 

Dec. 30. Thomas Crosslcy shoots his wife and then 
suicides. . . .Another stormy meeting of French liank 
depositors. . . .John H. Coover suicides. 

I)ec. 31. Meeting of French Bank depositors in Piatt's 
Hall. . . .A fire at the Golden Gate Match Factory burns 
to death three Chinamen. 



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IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL MAPS, 1868, 1870, AND 1872. 



Explanatory.— The Ordinance for re-nmnberin.'; the buildings of this city provides that "Market Street shall be the 
starting point for the uumljers of aU buildings fronting on the streets running therefrom in a northerly direction and also 
for those running therefrom in a southeasterly direction. The streets laid down in the official map of the city as forming 
the water front thereof shall be the starting point for numbere on all streets rumiing westerly and southwesterly there 
from, except upon such streets running westerly commencing from Market Street, and upon all such streets. Market Street 
shall be the starting point for numbers. <Jn all streets the numbers on the right hand side, starting from the point of 
beginning, are even numbers, and on the left hand side, odd numbers. One hundred numbers, or as many thereof as may 
be necessary, shall be allotted to each block bounded by principal streets ; numbers 100, 200, and 300 being respectively the 
numbers for commencing the blocks distant one, two, and tliree streets from the starting point on the side designated lor 
even numbers, and numbers 101, 201, and 301, in similar manner for the opposite side of the street, throughout its extent; 
80 that the initial figure of the number placed on a building at any street-crossing shall indicate the namber of maiii 
streets such street-crossing is from the starting point. Not less than twenty feet in frontage of all vacant lots of ground 
shall be allowed for each nimiber. On all cross or intermediate streets the numbering shall commence where said streets 
begin, and shall conform to the plan speciiied in this Order.' 

By this new decimal system of numbering buildings, the exact location of any number is readily ascertained ; for 
exaranle, if you want to find b24 Montgomery, it is on the east side of the block extending from Clay to Washuigtou, which 
is the seventh from Market— Commercial and Merchant being private streets. Again : 825 Clay is on the ninth block 
from the water front, which is the one extending from Dupont to Stockton. It must be borne in mind that one hmidred 
numbers are allowed on each block between principal streets. 

The following streets are but partially opened, and each differ materially from the plan originally laid out, viz : 
Clementina, Ecker, Jessie, Minna, Natoma, Ritch, Shipley, Stevenson, and Tehama, 

The territory lying west of Laiirel Hill and Odd Fellows' cemeteries, and generally known as the Outside Lands, has 
been recently surveyed, and is designated on the new official City and County Slap as avenues and streets. Those running 
north and south are named respectively from First to Forty-ninth avenues, and those running east and west, trom First 
Avenue to the Ocean, and parallel with Point Lobos Avenue, A to AV streets. There are a few avenues and streets out- 
side of the boundaries of the foregoing, the names of which will be found incliided in the Street Directory. 

Reference is frequently made in the Register of Names to the following, and which are located as follows : Hoadley's 
Addition, situated west ol Pierce and between Geary and Washington ; Horner's Addition, south and near the Mission 
Dolores ; Western Addition, west of Larkin ; San Miguel Ranch, southwest and nearthe Mission I'olores : Bemal Heiglits 
(B. H.). south of Twenty-sixth Street, between San Bruno and San Jose roads ; and University Mound Tract (U. M. T.), 
west of San Bruno Road, five miles from the City Hall. See. also. Prominent Places, end Street Directory. 

(«) End or beginning of a street, [h) Not opened, (f) Fractional -blocks, one hundred numbers allowed for first two 

blocks. W) Fronting the bay. (t) Street ends. ( ) Street does not cross. B. H., Bemal Heights. U. M. T., University 

Mound Tract. S. S. F., South San Francisco. A blank is used where the number at the crossing of a street could not be 
ascertained. 



Af SW s Fifth Avenue, bet 
Ship and B SW to county 
line. South S. F. 

A. W s First Avenue bet 
Point Lobos ^venue and 
B, W to the ocean. Outside 
Lands 

Ada, or Wells Court, 

opens S 8 (411) Lombard 
bet Stockton and Dupont 

Ada I'onrt, N s O'Farrell 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Adair, W s Howard bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth W to 
Capp 

Adaui, N and S s Eve bet 
San Bruno Road and Cali- 
fornia Avenue, B. H. 

Adniii.s, N s Tyler bet Scott 
and Devisadero N to Turk 

Adelaide Place, W s (517) 
Taylor bet Geary and Post 

Ade le, from Islais Creek bet 
Chace and Stringham S to 
Hecker 

Adele Place, N s (824) 
Jackson bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Adier {see Dupont Alley) 



Adona Place, N s (1106) 
Washington bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Agnes lane, N a (030) Val- 
lejo bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

Alabama, S s Twenty-first 
bet Columbia and Har- 
rison S to Serpentine 
Avenue 

Alameda, from the bay bet 
Channel and El Dorado W 
to Harrison 

Alamo Square, betHayes, 
Fulton, Steiner, and Scott 

.Alaska, from the bay nr 
Mexico S to India 

^lla.ska Place, W s Mason 
bet Bay and North Point 

Alder Place, NE a (210) 
MontgomeiT Avenue bet 
Pacific and Broadway 

Alemany, N s Seven- 
teenth bet Dolores and 
Church 

Alger Place, E s First bet 
Harrison and Bryant 

Allen, W s Hyde bet Union 
and Filbert 



Allen, from Cortland Av- 
enue S to Crescent Avenue, 
S s B. H. 

Alleys t'ourl, N s Green- 
wich bet Sansom and Mont- 
gomery 

Aliiicra, Ns Clay bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde 

Alta (now Twenty-first), W s 
Pot.rero Avenue bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-second W 
to Douglass 

Alta Place, W s Sansom 
bet Union and Filbert 

Alta Plaza, bet Clay, Jack- 
son, Steiner, and Scott 

Amador, from the bay bet 
Islais and Calaveras W to 
First Avenue 

.liiiazon, E s CoimtyRoad 
5^ miles from City Hall 

Amherst, Ss Silver Avenue 
bet Princeton and Yale, U. 
M. T. 

Amlerson.frora California 
Avenue S to Cortland Av- 
enue, B. H. 

Ankeney Place, E s (518) 
Powell bet Sutter and Bush 



Anna or Anna I/ane, N 

s (14) Edily b.-t Powell and 

Mason N to Ellis 
Annie, S s (639) Market bet 

New Montgomery ar.d 

Third SE to Mission 
.liif !ii>!»y, N s (570) Mission 

bet First and Second 

Antonio, W s (411) Jones 
bet Ellis and O'Farrell 

Arizona, from the bay bet 
Colorado and Idaho S to 
India 

Arkansas, S s Sixteenth 
bet Connecticut and Wis- 
consin S to Tulare 

Arlington, from San Jose 

Road nr Charles SW to 

Mateo 
Army, W s Old San Jose 

Road t)et Twenty-sixth and 

IVenty-sevtuth 

Ash Avenue, W s (213) 
Larkin bet Fulton and 
McAllister 

South side. 
1 

101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklm Sol 



North. Street 

2 Larkin 
100 Polk 



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400 Gough 

500 Octaria 

600 Laguna 

700 Buchanan 



401 
501 
601 
701 



e^ 



Pi 



o 

t/7 



a 



53 

6- 
I 



AAhburton Place. £ a 

(306) Dupout bet Post and ! 
Sutter 
A<thbarr, X s Frederick ' 
bet Mas<jnic Avenue and 
Clayton N to Fulton t 

Ashland Place. X 3 Mis- j 

siun btt Eleventh and Pot- | 
ter 

A a barn, X 8 (1014) Jack- ' 
S'iD bet Mason and Taylor , 
X to Pacilic I 

AaKOHl Alley. X s (718) 
Green l>et Powell and Ma- 
son X to Union 

An-stin, W s (1209) Larldn 

bet Bush and Pine 
North. Street. South sMe. 

2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

20J Vau Xess Avenue 2'Jl 
JXI Franklin Sol 

40IJ (.Jo'jfe'h 401 

500 Octaia 501 

Axlec, XE s Coso Avenue 

bet Clierubusco and Buena 

Vista, B. H. 
B, SW 8 Third Avenue, bet 

A and C SW to county line. 

South S. F. 
B. W 8 First Avenue bet A 

and C. W to the ocean, 

Uutside Lanils 
Baclie, S g Crescent Ave- 
nue l>ct Porter ami Laurel 

Avenue S s, B. H. 
Bacon, W s San Bruno 

Road i-et Burrowand Way- 

lanrl r. M. T 
Baxicy Place, N s (14) 

nFarfL-U bet Lhipont and 

Stockton 
Bakrr. X s Haight bet 

Bro<lerick and Lyon X to 

the hay 



Baldwin Conrt. X" s (40S) 

Folsom bet Fremont aud 
First 
Baltimore Park, w s 

Guerrero bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth W to Dolores 

Banks, from California | 
Avenue S to Cortland Ave- , 
nue, B. H. 

Bannani Place. X s (510) 
Green bet Dupont aud 
Stockton X to Union 

Bartlett. S s Twsntyfirst 
lx;t Valencia and Mission 
S to Serpentine Avenue 

W(st. Strfit. East sidi 



2 Twenty first 

100 Twenty-second 

300 Twenty-thinl 

300 Twenty-fourth 

400 Twenty-fifth 

500 Twenty-sixth 

(f I Serjieutiue Avenue 



West tide. 

1 
101 



Etut. Street. 
2 Haight 

100 Patce 

200 Oak 

31JO FtU 

400 Hayes 

SOO (irove 

&» Fulton 

7uO McAllister 

»J0 Tyler 

Turk 

( ';ilviry Cemetery 



2U1 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 



Bartlett. S s Thirtieth bet 
Warren and Merced S to 
Laiiiley 
Bartlett Alley, Xs (642) 
.lacksou bet Kearny and 
Dupont 
Bstrtol, X s (340) Broadway 
bet Sansom and Montgom- 
er>- N to Vallejo 
Battery. X' s Market bet 
Front and Sausom X to 
the bay 
Eaxt. .Street. TPfaf sidf. 
2 Market and Bush 1 
100 Pine 101 
200 California 201 
212 Richmond 

Halleck 213 

30-J Sacramento 301 

314 Commercial 315 

4(0 Clay 401 

411) Merchant 417 

500 Washington 501 

512 Oregon 

600 Jackson 601 

70iJ Pacific 701 

710 Chambers 

800 Broadway 801 

Flint Alley 819 

900 Vallejo 901 

1000 Green 1001 
Commerce 

1100 Union 1101 

1200 Filbrt 1201 

(d) Greenwich 1301 

(f) Loiiibanl {r) 

Bay, W s Kearny bet Fran- 
cisco anil Xorth Point W to 
Presido Reservation 

Ifurth. Street. South Side 



17 



13i>') I 

I40') r..-t 

i:^i"» Si;tter 

•.•'HI li\i*h 

'. . ') Pine 

i>>l CalifoniU 

1^10 .Sacramento 

2KI0 riay 

'ihP> WaKhington 

22"W Jackson 

ZVJO Pacific 

■2*'*) Kr.^adway 

■jaxj Vall.-jo 

2600 (irven 

2700 Union 

3«j(t F-M-rt 

2-.«.; '■ ■ ' 

sr- 

31' 

3.1. 

33Ui 1 

3*)U 

SMK) 



North Pc 
Bf-ach 
3CnO JclTcmon 
3700 Touiiiin 



^e) Lewii 
Baker Avenue, E 1 Rail- 

r(>a<l Avenue E to lalais 

('re<k 
Btilance, X t (412) Jack- 

luin In t sausom and Mont- 

gi.mer)' 



2 Kearny 1 

1301 100 Dupont 101 

1401 I Midway East 

1501 1 200 St^jckton 201 

lUll Midway West 

1701 ' 300 Powell 301 

18l'l i *00 Mason 401 

19,-il ' 50f) Taylor 501 

2<i'il ; 600 Jones 601 

2I1JI Montgomery Avenue 

22ul 700 lyeavenworth 701 

23.)1 I 800 Hyde 801 

2401 I .'."CJ Ijirkiu 901 

;-.i: iivo Polk looi 

Van Xess Avenue 1101 

' r.iiAlin 1201 

. ..ii.'li 13J1 

, . ,,.T 1401 

15U1 

.in IGOl 

1701 

18(11 

19U1 

2001 

2101 

2201 

2301 

2401 



Beacb. W s Dupont brt 
Xorth Point and Jeif ersou 
W to Presido Reservation 
Xorth. Street. South Sid<!. 
(d) Dupont 1 

id) Stockton 101 

200 Powell 201 

30J Mason 301 

400 Taylor 401 

500 Jones 501 

600 Leavenworth 601 

Montgomery Av. 

700 Hvde 701 

800 Larkin 801 

900 Polk 901 

Van Xess Avenue 

Gov'm't Reservation 



34!il 
3.V.1 

37ul 
(') 



Icicj Kilh.::.re 

l'.<(» Sleiner 

inOO Pierce 

21110 Scott 

22110 Devisadcro 

2300 HnKti'rick 

24'Ki Hak.T 



Bay .ivenne. S s Bryant 
bet Fimt and Second 

Bay View Place, Xs Un- 
ion bet Jones and Lesven- 
worth 



400 

500 
(<■) 



1400 Laguna 

1500 Buchanan 

1600 Webster 

1700 Fillmore 

1800 Steiner 

1900 Pierce 

2000 Scott 

2100 Devisadero 

2200 Broderick 

2300 Baker 



1401 
1501 

lan 

1701 
1801 
1901 

aooi 

2101 
2201 
231^1 



Beacon, from Castro SE to 
Bemis thence W to Castro 

Beale , S s Market bet Main 

and Fremont SE to the bay 

Southwest. Street, yvrtheast. 

1 



100 
200 
3>« 
400 
500 



100 



400 
500 



Market 

Vischer Place | 

Mis.sion 101 ' 

Bertha 

200 Howard 201 I 

300 Folsom 301 

— Beale Place , 

Harrison 401 I 

Bryant 501 ] 

ie) Brannan (e) ' 

Beale Place. E sBealebet 
Folsom and Harrison E to 
Main 

Beaver. W s Xoe bet Fif 
teeuth and Sixteenth 

Bedford Place. X s (806) 
Jackson bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Beldenian, X s Ellis bet 

Scott and Devisadero 
Belden. X s (342) Bush bet 

Montgomery aud Kearny 

X to Pine 
Bellair Place. X s (224) 

Chestnut l)et Dupout and 

Stockton X to Francisco 
Bellcvue, S s Elizabeth 

nr KlU-n » to Thirtieth 
Bellevne Avenue, S s 

Greenwich bet Dupout and 

Stockton. 
Beuiis. from Beacon SE to 

Fairmount thence SW to 

Castro 
Benlon Avenue, W s 

Ijiurel Avenue nr Crescent 

Avenue, B. H. 
Berlin. S s Silver Avenue 

bet Girard aud Goettingen 
Bemadotte, from Islais 

Crvik E to Sixth Avenue 
Bernal, E of .San Bruno 

Roa»l from Vermont to 

Marengo 
Bernal, S a Serpentine 

Avenue S to Precita Ave- 
nue 
Bernard, W s (1535) Taylor 

l>et Pacific and Broadway 

W to Leavenworth 
\i.rth. .Street. South aide. 

2 Taylor 1 

100 Jones 101 

Ie) Leavenworth (r) 

Bernlce, SW sTwelfth bet 
Folsrim and Harrison SW 
t<i '1 hirteenth 

Berry, E 8 (312) Dupont 
)>et Sutter and Bush 



101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
X s 



Berry, W s Second be' 

Channel and King. SW to 

Eighth 

yorthwest. Street Southeast. 

2 Second 1 

100 Third 101 

Madden 

Haggin 

Tevis 

Dewey 

200 Fourth 201 

300 Fifth 301 

Sixth 401 

Seventh 501 

Eighth ie) 

BertUa, W s Beale bet 

Mission aud Howard 
Billin$:« Place. X s Fil- 
bert bfct Montgomerj- and 
Sansom 
Bircb Avenue. W s Lar- 
kin l)et Grove and Fulton 
Xorth. Street. South side. 
2 I>arkin 1 

Polk 

Van Xess Avenue 
Fr.inkliu 
Gough 
Octavia 
600 Laguna 
700 Buchanan 
Blackstone Place, 

Lombard ur Larkin 
Blos><oni, W s Valencia bet 
Ridley and Foiuteenth W 
to Guerrero 
Blnxonie.Ws(fi2f') Fourth^ 
liet Brannan and Townsenff 
W to Sixth 
Blnxonie East, W s First 
bet Brannan and Townsend 

Boardnian, X s Brannan 

btt Sixth and Seventh 

Boardninn Place, W s 
BiMirdinan bet Bryant and 
Brannan 

Bond, SE s Mission bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Bone .Alley or <;reen 
I'lace. X s (32";) Green bet 
Montgomeiy and Kearny 

Bonita, W 8 Polk bet Val- 
lejo and Green W to Van 
Xess Avenue 

Boston Place, E s (329) 
I'irst bet Folsom aud Har- 
rison 

B<iurbin Place, S s Ellis 
bet Steiner ami Pierce 

Bonrn, S s Kossuth bet 
Chact aud Frcelou S to 
Heclicr 

Bovvdoln, S s Silver Av- 
enue Ih^ Hamilton and 
Dartmouth, I'. M. T. 

B<ivver Place, S s (529) 
( Jreen W-tween DuiKint and 
Stockton 

BoMle Avenue, E 3 Elev- 
enth bet Howard and Fol- 
som 

Bo\« IcK Place. XWs (1626) 
Howard l«t Twelfth and 
Thirteenth 

Bowman Place, S s Bry- 
ant nr First 

Boyce, X s Point Lobos 
Avenue bet Ctnik and Wil- 
liamson X to Laurel Hill 
Cemetery 

Boyd, E and W s Chesley 
IxJt Harrison aud Brj-aut 

Bradford, from Cortl.and 
Avenue N to California Av- 
enue, B. H 

Brady. S s Market l>et Pot- 
ter and Valencia SE to 
AVest Miasion 



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Brady Place, E s Larkin 
bet Union aucl Green 

Braitiian, W s Beale bet 
Bn-ant and Townsead SW 

to Channel 
Nurlhtrest. Street. Sonthctist 



300 



600 
700 



2 Beale 1 

100 Fremont 101 

200 First 201 

Japan 

Second 301 

Stanford 311 

Park Lane 
— ■ Thompson Place 371 

4i30 Third 401 

416 Ritch 417 

430 Zoe 

500 Fourth 501 

Fifth 601 

Sixth 701 

Clinton 

Genera 

Boardman 

Brannan Place 

Gilbert 

800 Seventh 801 

Norton Court 

.900 Eighth 901 

Converse ■ — 

1000 Ninth 1001 
Ciiannel 

BrannuR Place, S 8 Bran- 
nan bet Sixth and Seventh 

Breuhani Place, Ns (750) 

Clay bet Kearny and Du- 

pont N to Washington 
BrewsU-r, from Hope SW 

to California Avenue, B.H. 
Bridge, S s (12131 Broadway 

bet Lea,venworth and Hyde 

Bright, nr San Miguel Sta- 
tion 

Broad, Ws Old San Jose 

Road ur San Miguel Station 

Broads Place, N s Bush 

bet Hyde and Larkin 

Broadway, W s Davis bet 

Pacific and Vallejo W to 

First Avenue 

North. Street. South side. 

2 Davis 1 

100 Front 101 

2'X) Battery 201 

300 Sansom 301 

Ohio 3"! 

340 Bartol -IL 

400 Montgomery 401 

Rowland Alley 

500 Kearny 501 

520 Pinckney Place 

Montgomery Av 

600 Dupont 601 

610 Duncan Court 

700 Stockton 701 

Vuginia Place 709 

730 Morey Alley 

800 Powell 801 

, Scott Place 817 

900 Mason 901 

Salmon 921 

1000 Taylor 1001 

Sweet 

Florence 

1100 Jones 1101 

1200 Leavenworth 1201 

Morse Place 1205 

Bridge 1213 

1300 Hyde 1301 

1400 Larkin 1431 

Maxwell 

1500 Polk 1501 

1600 Van Ness Avenue 1601 

1700 Franklin 1701 

1800 Gongh 1801 

1900 Octavia 1901 

2000 Laguna 2001 

2100 Buchanan 2101 

2200 Webster 2201 

2300 FiUmore 2301 

2400 Steiner 2401 

2500 Pierce 2501 

2600 Scott 2601 

2700 Devisadero 2701 

2800 Broderick 2801 

2900 Baker 2901 



'3000 Lyon 3001 

3100 Central Avenue 3101 
3200 Walnut 3201 

3330 Laiu-el 3301 

3400 Locust 34ni 

3500 Spruce 3501 

3600 Maple 3601 

3700 Cherry 3701 

(f ) First Avenue (( ) 

Broderick. NsWallerbet 

Devisadero and Baker N to 

the bay 

East. Street. West Side. 

2 Waller 1 

100 Haight 101 

200 Page 201 

3X1 Oak 301 

4'00 Fell 401 

500 Hayes 501 

600 Grove 601 

700 Fulton 701 

800 McAllister 801 

900 Tyler 901 

1000 Turk 1001 

1100 Edity 1101 

120(J Ellis 12(11 

1300 O'FarreU 1301 

1400 GeaiT 1401 

Garden Avenue 

1500 Post 1501 

l&JO Sutter 1601 

1700 Bush 1701 

ISOO Pine 1801 

1900 California 1901 

2iX)0 Sacramento 2001 

2100 Clay 2101 

2200 Washington 2201 

2300 Jackson 2301 

2400 Pacific 2401 

2500 Broadway 2501 

2«00 VaUejo 2'301 

2700 Green 2701 

2800 Union 2801 

2900 Filbert 2901 

3000 Greenwich 3001 

3100 Lombard 3101 

3200 Chestnut 3201 

3300 Francisco 3301 

3400 Bay 3401 

3500 North Point 3501 

3600 Beach 3601 

3700 Jefferson 3701 

3800 Tonciuin 3Sol 

(e) Lewis (t) 

Broderick Avenue, S s 

Market bet Eleventh and 
Potter 

Brook, E s Dolores nr Thir- 
tieth E to San Jose Road 

Brooklyn Place, Ss (833) 
Sacramento bet Dupont 
and Stockton 

Brooks (now Floral Grove), 
N s (734) Market bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont N to Geary 

Brosuan, Ws Valencia bet 
Foiuleenth and RitUey 

BroMTl (now Twelfth). SE s 
Mission bet Eleventh and 
Thirteenth SE to Harrison 

Brown Alley, N s McAl- 
lister bet Hyde and Larkin 

Bryan Place, N s (206) 
Bush bet Sansom and Mont- 
gomery 

Bryant, W s Spear bet Har- 
rison and Brannan SW to 
Eleventh. [The buildings 
on this street are incorrect- 
ly nu&bered] 
Northicfst. Street. Southeast. 
2 Spear 1 

100 Main 101 

200 Beale 201 

300 Fremont 301 

400 First 401 

418 Rincon Place 419 

442 Stanly Place 443 

500 Second 501 

Centre 533 

600 Third 601 

(&) Ritch 615 

Zoe 635 

700 Fourth 701 



800 Fifth 

Fifth Aveuue 
Oak Avenue 
Park Avenue 

900 Sixth 

Clinton 

Garden 
Jones Place 

Gilbert 

1000 Seventh 

Downey 

White Place 

Decatur 

1100 Eighth 

Converse 

1118 Bryant Avenue 
1200 Ninth 

Dore 
1300 Tenth 
(e) Eleventh 



1101 
1117 



1301 
(e) 

Bryant Avenue, con- 
tinuation of Erjant from 
Eleventh S to Serpentine 
Avenue. The numbers 
continue however in regu- 
lar order from the com- 
mencement of Bryant St 

Bryant Avenue. Ns Bry- 
ant bet Eighth and Ninth 

Bnctianan, N s Market 

bet Laguna and Webster 

N to the bay 

East. Street. West side. 

2 Market 1 

100 Kate 101 

200 Waller 201 

300 Haight 301 

Rose Avenue 

400 Page 401 

Lilly Avenue 

500 Oak 501 

Hickory Avenue 

600 FeU 601 

Linden 

700 Hayes 701 

Ivy Avenue 

800 Grove 801 

Birch Avenue 

900 Fulton 901 

Ash Avenue 

1000 McAhiStcr 1001 

Locust Avenue 

1100 Tyler 1101 

1200 Tiu-k 1201 

Laiurel Avenue 

1300 Eddy 1301 

Willow Avenue 

1400 Ellis 1401 

1500 O'FarreU loul 

1600 Geary 1601 

1700 Post 1701 

18.10 Sutter 1801 

19j0 Bush 1901 

2C0O Pine 2001 

2100 California 2101 

2200 Sacramento 2201 

2300 Clay 2301 

2400 Washington 2401 

2500 Jackson 2501 

2600 Pacific 2601 

2700 Broadway 2701 

2800 Vallejo 2801 

2900 Green 2901 

3000 Union 3001 

3100 Filbert 3101 

3200 Greenvvich 3201 

Moulton 

3300 Lombard 33^1 

Chestnut 

Lobos Square 

3600 Bay 3601 

3700 North Point 3701 

380-0 Beach 3801 

3900 Jefferson 3901 

4000 Tonquin 4001 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Bnena Vista, from Cort- 
land Aveuue NE to Coso 
Avenue, B. H. 

Bnena Vista Park, bet 

Napa. Shasta, Vermont, 
and L'tah 

Bnrdiani Place.Ws (101) 
Leavenworth bet Tyler and 
Tiu-k 



Bnrgoyne Place, Ss(1307) 

Pacific liet Leavenworth 
and Hyde 

Burritt, S s (603) Bush bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Bnrrow, W s San Bruno 
Roail bet Henrj- and Bacon, 
U. M. T. 

Burton. E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles from City Hall 

Bush, junction Market and 

Battey bet Sutter and 

Pine W to Laurel Hill 

Cemetery 

Xorth. Street. South side. 

2 JIarket 

100 Batterv 101 

200 Sansom 201 

206 Bryan Place 

300 Montgomery 301 

306 Russ Alley 

Trinity 311 

342 Belden 

400 Kearny 401 

406 Morse 

Clara Lane 407 

Mary Lane 423' 

500 Dupont 501 \ 

518 Chatham Place ' 

600 Stockton 601 t 

Burritt 603 

610 Monroe ' 

Chelsea Place 615 

700 PoweU 701 

714 Bush Street Place 

800 Mason 801 

900 Tavlor 901 

1000 Jones 1001 

1100 Leavenworth 1101 

1200 Hyde 1201 

Edward 

1300 L,irkin 1301 

1400 Polk 1401 

1500 Van Ness Avenue 1501 

1600 Franklin 1601 

1700 Gough 1701 

1800 Octavia 1801 

1900 Laguna 1901 

2000 Buchanan 2001 

2100 Webster 2101 

2200 FiUmore 2201 

2300 Steiner 2301 

2400 Pierce 2401 

2500 Scott 2501 

2600 Devisadero 2601 

2700 Broderick 2701 

2800 Baker 2801 

2900 Lyon 2901 

((') Central Avenue (t) 

Bush Street Place. N s 

(714) Bush bet PoweU and 
Mason. I 

Bnl Icr. from CaUfomia Av- 
en\ie S to Cortland Avenue, 
B. H. 

Butte, from the bay bet So- I 
lano and Napa W to Harri- 
son 

Byingtou W s (1309) Web- 
ster bet ElUs and O'FarreU 
W to Steiner 

Byrne, from Islais Creek S 
E to Baker Avenue 

Byron, from Montcalm S 

to Hope. B. H. 
('. SW s Water Front bet B 

and D SW to county Une. 

South S. F. 

€, W s First Avenue bet B 
and D, W to the ocean, 
Outside Lands 

rabot, from California Av- 
enue bet Samoset and Star 
SE to Franconia Avenue, 
B. H. 

Cadell Alley. N s (508) 
I nion bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

C'adwallader, E of San 

Bnmo Road 4 miles from 
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Calaveras, from the bay [ 
bet Amador and Mendoci- ■ 
no W to First Avenue 

Callionn. N s Green bet 
Sansom and Montgomery 

Callfurnla, junction Mar- 
ket an<l I>rmnm bet Pine 
and .Sacramento W to City 
Cemetery 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Drumm 1 
101 
201 
301 
401 
421 
501 
531 



100 Davia 

200 Front 

300 Battery 

400 Sanson! 

424 Leidei«lorff 

500 Montgomery 

Spring 

532 Webb 

600 Kearny 601 

612 WaUace Place 

St. Mary . 625 

Quincy 637 

700 Dupont 701 

716 Selina Place 

— - Grace Terrace 725 

800 Stockton 801 

Ellick Lane 

812 Pratt Court 

820 Prospect Place 821 

832 Miles Court 

900 PoweU 901 

920 Oustavus 

1000 Mason 1001 

1016 Cushman 

1100 Taylor 1101 

1200 Jones 1201 

Hlshland Terrace 

1300 Leavenworth 1301 

Helen 

1400 Hy.le 1401 

1500 Larkin \Ml 

1600 Polk 16t)l 

1700 Van Ness Avenue 1701 

1300 Franklin 1801 

1900 CKiugh 1901 

2im Octavia 2001 

2100 Lag\ina 2101 

22IX) Buchanan 2201 

2300 Webster 2301 

Mi.Mle 

3400 FiUwore 2401 

2500 Steiuer 2501 

2600 Pierce 2601 

27i» Scott 2701 

2*)0 Densa<lero 2301 

2900 Bnnleri.k 2901 

3n()0 Baker »»1 

1 3M0 I.y.m 3101 

321 K) ( Vntral Avenue 3201 

3300 Walnut 3301 

3100 Laurel 3401 

3500 Locust 3501 

3600 Si mice 3601 

3700 >fai)le 3701 

3800 Cherry 3801 

3900 First Avenue 3901 

4°alirornl» .4v«-iiue. K 

iif San JiiKo K<>ad and W 
of Sun Bruno Komi. B. 11. 

Cn nil>rillK*'<Ss Silver Av- 
enue liet Vale and Oifortl, 
r M T 

(amlllf riaro, N's Wash- 
liiK'toii l)ct Taylor and 
JoileM 

<'nill p. K » Guerrero l)et Six 
teeiith and Seventeenth 

(aidtol, W of ( )ld .Sun JoBo 
Kuadtir.San Miguel Station 

<'ait|if S B Fifteenth l>et 

>Ilii.'<ii>n and Howanl S to 

.Serpuntiiie Avenue 

}VeM. Strrrt. EiUt tUle. 

2 FlfU-enth 1 

Adair 

100 Sl\Ufnlh 101 

200 Sevrnteeiith 201 

3l'0 Kightventh 3'Jl 

400 Niiutt.nth 40l 

5i»0 Twentieth 501 

6fiO Twenty lirst &•! 

700 Twciityseoiind 7(11 

800 Twenty third 801 



900 Twenty-fourth 901 

1000 Twenty-liith I'Xtl 

1100 Twenty-sixth 1101 

(e) Serpentine Avenue (e) 

Cawl AUey, W s (1413) 
Stockton bet VaUejo and 
Green 

Catrl, W 8 Clayton nr Fred- 
erick W to First Avenue 

Carlnti Place, S s (219) O'- 

Farrell bet PoweU and Ma- 
son 

Carolina, from the bay bet 
Wisconsin and De Haro S 
to Tulare 

Caroline, N s Lombard bet 
Jones and Leavenworth 

Caroline, Ss (1011) Folsom 
bet Sixth and Seventh 

Caroline Place, Es (1218) 
PoweU bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific 

<"arr Place, S s Chestnut 
bet Mason and Taylor 

Carver, from California 
Avenue S to Powhattan, 
B. H. 

Cause, W s San Bruno Road 
4 miles from City Hall 

Castro, S s Ridley bet Dia- 
mond and Noe 

Cellar, X s (212) Clay bet 
DaWs and Front N to 
Washington 

Cellar Alley, W s Dolores 
bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 

Cedar Avenne, W s (911) 
Larkin Ijet l^ary and Post 

y..rth. Street. South side. 
2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklin 3J1 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octa\ia 501 

Cedar Lane, E b Valen- 
cia l>et Seventeenth and 
WUlow. E to Mission 

Cemetery Avenne [see 
Central Avenue) 

Center (now Sixteenth) 
from the bay W to Castro 

Central, nrSan MiguelSta- 
tioii 

Central Avenne, N s 
Geary bet Lyon and Wal- 
nut N to Presidio Reserva- 
tion 

Central Place, S s (515) 
I'iiie bet Kearny and Du- 
pont 

Central Road, from 'Mc- 
Allister SW to Ocean View 
House 

Centre, S s (533) Bryant bet 
.Second and Third SE to 
.Sotitli Park 

Cliace, from Islais Creek S 
to Hecker 

('lianilMTH. Ws (fd9) Da\i8 
l>el Pacific and Broadway 
W to Battery 

<iianilM-rM Place, N r 

(ireenwich bet PoweU and 

Mason N to Lombard 
<'hannel, W i Tliird bet 

Berry and HoojHjr SW to 

Eighth 
<'liannel. W g San Bruno 

Ki>ad 4iuile8 from CityHaU 
<'lia|>nlte|ter, from C<irt- 

land Avenue NE to Coso 

Avenue, B. H. 
Charity, from Cadwallader 

NSv to Ulais (."reek 



Charles, N s Tyler bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Charles. S of Fairmount 
from San Jose Road NW' to 
Chenery 

Charles Place, N s (570) 
Harrison bet First and Sec- 
ond 

Chase, N s Point Lobos Av- 
enue bet Williamson and 
Merritield N to Laurel HiU 
Cemetery 

Chatham Place, Ns(5l8) 
Bush bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Chattanootca, Ss Twenty- 
first betDolores and Ghurch 

CheLsea Pl»c«, 8 s (615) 
Bush bet Stockton and 
PoweU 

Chenery, S s Thirtieth S 
to Randal thence SW to 
Castro 

Cherry, N s California nr 
Maple N to Presidio Reser- 
vation 

Cherilbnsco, from Cort- 
land Avenue XE to Coso 
Avenue. B. H. 

Chesley, S s Harrison bet 

Seventh and Eighth 

Chestnnt, W s Sansom bet 

Lombaril and Francisco W 

to I'residio Resenation 

North. Street. South gidt. 

2 .Sansom 1 

(c) Montgomery (c) 

Webster 

100 Kearny 101 

200 Dupont 201 

224 Bellair Place 

300 Stockton 301 

Chestnut Alley 

400 PoweU 401 

500 Mason 501 

NeweU 

Montgomery Av 

600 Taylor 601 

700 Jones 701 

8()0 Leavenworth 801 

900 Hyde 901 

1000 Larkin 1001 

1100 Polk 1101 
1200 Van Xess Avenue 1201 

1300 Franklin 1301 

1400 Gough 1401 

1500 Octavia 1501 

1600 Lagxiua 1601 

1700 Buchanan 1701 

1800 Webster 1801 

1900 Fillmore 1901 

2000 Steiner 2001 

2100 Pierce 2101 

2200 Scott 2201 

2300 Devisadero 2301 

24<l0 Broderick 2401 

2500 Baker 2501 

Chestnut Alley, N s 

CheHtnut bet Stockton and 
I'owell 

<'hnrch, S a Ridley bet 
Dolores and Sanchez S tc 
Thirtieth 

<iiiircli Lane, W a Dolo- 
res liet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 

t'hnrch Place, W s (1709) 
Dupont l>ct Greenwicli and 
Lombard 

CItv Hall Avenne, N s 

Market opp Eighth NW to 
Park Avenue 

Clalrvllle Place. S 8 (5351 

I'niou liet DuiHjnt and 
St'jckton 
Clara, or Clary. W s Ritch 
l>et I'olsom and Harrison 
W tf> Sixth 

Clara Avenne, Nb Eight- 

eeiitli nr Douglass 



Clara Avenne, nr Lagu- 

na de la Merced 

Clara Lane. X s (204) Sut- 
ter bet Kearny and Dupont 
X to Bush 

Clarence Place, X s 

Townsend bet Second and 
Third 

Clark. W B (409) Drumm 
bet Jackson and Pacific W 
to Front 



Clary, or Clar%, W s 


Ritch 


bet Folsom and Hai rison W 


to Sixth 




0»y, W 8 East bet 


Com- 


mercial and WashingtonW 


to First Avenue 




North. Street. South aide. 


2 East 


1 


100 Drumm 


101 


300 Davis 


201 


.213 Cedar 





300 Front 


301 


400 Battery 


401 


500 Saiisoin 


501 


Leiiiesdorff 


527 


600 Montgomery 


&1 


700 Kearny 


701 


750 Brenham Place 





800 Dupont 


8d 


814 Waverly Place 


813 


828 Spofiord 





900 Stockton 


931 


916 Clay Avenue 





Prospect Place 


917 


1000 PoweU 


1001 


Tay 


1015 


1016 Wetmore Place 





1100 Mason 


1101 


Verba Buena 


1115 


1200 Taylor 


1201 


1300 Jones 


1301 


Priest 





Reed 





1400 Leavenworth 


1401 


Almera 





1500 Hyde 


1501 


Torrens Court 





1600 Larkin 


1601 


1700 Polk 


17U1 


1800 Van Xess Avenue 1801 


1900 Franklin 


1^1 


2000 Gough 


2001 


Lafayette Park 




2200 Laguna 


2201 


2300 Buchanan 


2301 


2400 Webster 


2401 


2500 Fillmore 


2501 


2600 Steiner 


2601 


2700 I'ierCB 


2701 


2800 Scott 


2801 


2900 Derisadero 


2i'01 


3U00 Broderick 


3001 


3100 Baker 


3101 


32iK) Lyon 


3201 


3300 Central Avenue 


33')1 


3400 WaUiut 


3401 


3500 Laurel 


3501 


3600 Locust 


3601 


3700 Spruce 


• 3701 


3800 Maple 


3S01 


3900 Cherry 


3.W1 



(f) First Avenue 

Clay Avenne, X g (916) 
Clay bet Stockton and Pow- 
eU 

Clavton. X s Waller bet 
Ashbury and Cole X to Ful- 
ton 

Cleaveland,W s Columbia 
S<iuare bet Folsom and 
Harrison 

Clement, W b First Avenue 
bet Point Lobos Avenue 
and California W to City 
Cemetery 

Clement Place, Ss Green 

bet DuiKint and Stockton 

Clementina. W s (248) 
First bet Tehama and Fol- 



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Xorthu-est. Street. Southeast. 

2 First 1 

{b) Second Cj) 

[b] Third [b) 

300 Fourth 301 

400 Fifth 401 

(6) Siith (6) 

(bf Seventh (6) 

700 Eighth 701 

{b) Ninth (6) 

Clinton, S 8 Bryant het 
Sixth and Seventh 

<'lintnn Fnrk, W s Guer- 
leio bet RiiUey and Four- 
teenth W to Dolores 

<'lil>|>er, W s Old San Jose 
Road bet Twenty-fifth and 
Tweuty-siith W to Doug- 
lass 

<'o<lnian Plai-e, S s (1007) 
Washington bet Powell and 
Mason 

Cohn Place, S s Jackson 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

<'ole, N 8 Haight bet Clay- 
ton and Shrader N to Ful- 
ton 

College, S 8 Silver Avenue 
bet Dartmouth and Uni- 
versity, U. M. T. 

College Place, N s (16) 
Hayes bet Larkin and Polk 

Collins, N s Point Lobos 
Avenue bet Wood and Fer- 
ric N to Laurel Hill Ceme- 
tery 

Colorado, from the bay 
bet Mexico and Arizona S 
to India 

Colton, NE 8 Brady bet 
Market and Mission 

Columbia, W s Valencia 
bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth W to Noe 

Colniubia, from Mission 
Creek bet Florida and Har- 
rison S to Twenty-first, 
thence bet Bryant Avenue 
and Alabama S to Serpen- 
tine Avenue 

Columbia, S s (1019) Fol- 
som bet Sixth and Seventh 
SE to Harrison 

Columbia Place, SsPre- 
cita Avenue S to California 
Avenue, B. H. 

Columbia Place, W s 
Boardman nr Braunan 

Columbia i^anare, bet 
Folsom, Harrison, Colum- 
bia, and Sherman 

C«>lu8a, from the bay bet 
Yuba and Marin W to Ne- 
braska 

Commerce, E a Battery 
bet Green and Union 

Commercial, W s East 

bet Sacramento and Clay W 

to Dupont 

North. Street. Scmth side. 

2 East 1 

100 Drumm 101 

200 Davis 201 

300 Front 301 

400 Battery 401 

500 Sansora 501 

524 Leidesdorff 525 

600 Montgomery 601 

700 Kearny 701 

(e) Dupont (e) 

Congdon, nr junction San 
Bruno Road and Silver Av- 
enue 

Connecticut, from the bay 

bet Missouri and Arkansas 

S to Tulare 
Converse, S s Bryant bet 

Eighth and Ninth S to 

Brannan 



Cook, N 8 Point Lobos Av- 
enue bet Ferrie and Boyce 
N to Laurel Hill Cemetery 

Cooper Alley, S s (623) 
Jackson bet Kearny and 
Dupont 

Corbett (now Seventeenth), 
W 3 Harrison bet Sixteenth 
and Eighteenth W to Doug- 
lass 

Cortez, from California Av- 
enue lit Montcalm and Sa- 
moset E to Franconia Av- 
enue 

Cortland Avenne, from 
San Jos(5 Road nr Thirtieth 
E to San Bruno Road 

Coso Avenue, from North 
Avenue NW to California 
Avenue, B. H. 

Cottage Place, E s (614) 
Jones bet Geary and Post 

County Road, or 8au 
•lose Road, from termi- 
nation of Mission SW to 
County Line 

Creek Lane (now Erie), 
W s Folsom bet Thirteenth 
and Fourteenth 

Crescent Avenne, from 
San Jos^ Road nr St. Mary's 
College E to 'San Bruno 
Road 

Crocker, NW s West lUs- 
sion bet Brady and Her- 
mann 

Crook, N 8 Townsend bet 
Third and Fourth 

Cushman, N s (1016) Cali- 
fornia Ijet Mason and Tay- 
lor N to Sacramento 

Custom House Place, N 
s (412) Washington bet Bat- 
tery and Sansom N to Jack- 
son 

D, SW 8 Water Front 1»et 
C and E SW to county line, 
South S. F. 

D, W s First Avenue bet C 
and Golden Gate Park W 
to the ocean. Outside Lands 

Dakota, from the bay bet 
Idaho and Wyoming S to 
India 

Dale (now Twenty-ninth),W 
s San Jose Road bet Twen- 
ty-eighth and Thirtieth 

Dale, S s Tyler bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde 

Dainc, S s Thirtieth bet 
Chenery and Whitney S to 
Randal 
Dartmouth, S s Silver Av- 
enue bet Bowdoin and Col- 
lege, U. M. T. 
Davis, N 8 Market bet 
Drumm and Front N to the 
bay 
East. Street. West side. 

2 Market and Pine 1 
100 California 101 

William Place 109 

200 Sacramento 201 

214 Commercial 215 

300 City 301 

ib) Merchant (6) 

. 400 Washington 401 

* 410 Oregon 411 

500 Jackson 501 

514 Clark 513 

(d) Pacific 601 

(d) Chambers 619 

id) Broadway 701 

(f) Vallejo (f) 

Da>vson Place, E s Mason 
bet Sacramento and Clay 

Day, W 6 San .Jose Road bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thirti- 
eth 



Day, E 8 Dolores bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth 

De Boom, E s (533) Second 
bet Bryant and Brannan 

De Haro, from Mission 
Creek bet Carolina and 
Rhode Island S to Tulare 

De Kalb, from Cortland 
Avenue S to Crescent Av- 
enue, S 8 B. H. 

Decatur, S s Bryant bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

Decatur, S s Crescent Av- 
enue Wof Porter, SsB. H. 

Delaware, from the l)ay 
bet Massachusetts and Ma- 
ryland S to First Avenue 

Delaware Court, N s Sut- 
ter bet Powell and Mason 
Dclgado, E s Hyde bet 

Green and Union 

Delta Place, E s (616) 
Mason bet Sutter and Bush 

Dent Place, N s Jackson 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Devlsadero,N s Ridley bet 
Scott and Broderick N to 
the bay 
East. Street. West side. 

2 Ridley 1 

100 Waller 101 

200 Haight 201 

300 Page 301 

400 Oak 401 

500 FeU 501 

600 Hayes 601 

700 Grove 701 

800 FiUton 801 

900 McAllister 901 

1000 Tyler 1001 

1100 Turk 1101 

1200 Eddy 1201 

1300 Ellis 1301 

1400 O'FarreU 1401 

1500 Geary 1501 

1600 Post 1601 

1700 Sutter 1701 

1800 Bush 1801 

1900 Pine 1901 

2000 California 2001 

2100 Sacramento 2101 

2200 Clay 2201 

2300 Washington 2301 

2400 Jackson 2401 

2500 Pacific 2501 

2i;00 Broadway 2001 

2700 Vallejo 2701 

2800 Green 2801 

2%0 Union 2901 

3000 FUbert 3001 

3100 Greenwich 3101 

3200 Lombard 3201 

3300 Chestnut 3301 

3400 Francisco 3401 

3500 Bay 3501 

3600 NorthPoint 3601 

3700 Beach 3701 

3800 Jefferson 3801 

3900 Tonquin 3901 

ie) Leivis (e) 

Devrees, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles from City Hall 

Dewey, S s King bet Third 
and Fourth S to Berry 

Dexter, S s Howard bet 
Spear and Main 

Diamond, S s Sixteenth 
bet Castro and Douglass 

Dickcrson, E 8 San Bruno 
Road 3^ miles from City 
HaU 

Dikeman Place, Ws (217) 
Mason bet Ellis and O'Far- 
reU 

Dock/i from Water Front 
bet Tevis and Ship SW to 
county line. South 8. F. 

Dock, W 8 Front bet Union 

and Filbert 
Dodge, 8 3 Turk bet Hjde 

and Larkin 



Dodson Alley (see Keyeg 

Alloy) 
Dohtrcs, S 8 Market bet 

Guerrero and Church 
West. Street. East side. 



2 


Market 
Baltimore Park 


1 


100 


Fourteenth 


101 


2(K) 


Fifteenth 


201 




Wells Avenue 


_ — 


300 


Sixteenth 


301 




Church Lane 





400 


Seventeenth 
Railroad Avenue 
Dorland 


401 


5(K) 


Eighteenth 


501 


6(KI 


Nineteenth 


601 


700 


Twentieth 


701 



Dora, S a (1113) Folsom bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Dore, S s Harrison bet 

Ninth and Tenth S to 

Mission Creek 
Dore Alley, S b Jackson 

bet Powell and Mason 

DorlaiKl, W s Guerrero 
bet Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth W to Castro 

Douglas Place, E a Beale 

bet Folsom and Harrison 

D«»nglass, S s Seventeenth 
W of Diamond 

Dow Place, W 8 Second 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

Downey, S s Bryant bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

Drumm, N s Market bet 

East and Davis N to the 

bay 

East. Street. West sifU. 

2 Market and Cal 1 

100 Sacramento 101 

116 Commercial 115 

200 Clay 201 

214 Merchant (6) 

300 Washington 301 

Oregon 

400 Jackson 401 

Clark 409 

((■) Pacific (e) 

Drury Lane, W 8 (306) Sev- 
enth bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

Dry, or .Iiuiction, W s 

Old San Jose Road bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thirti- 
eth W to BeUevue 

Diiaiie, W 8 Jones bet 
Lombard and Chestnut 

Dunbar Court, N s Mer- 
chant bet Montgomery and 
Kearny N to Washington 

Duncan, W s Old San Jos^ 
Road bet Twenty-seventh 
and Twenty-eighth 

Duncan Court, N a (610) 
Broadway bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Dunn Alley, E s (1106) 
Kearny bet Broadway and 
Vallejo 

Dui>ont, N s Market bet 
Kearny and Stockton N to 
the bay 
East. Street. West Side. 
2 Mkt and O'Farrell 1 
100 Geary 101 
110 Morton 111 
200 Post 201 
208 Asliburtou Place 

Stockton Place 213 

Mills Place 219 

300 Sutter 301 

312 Berry 

- Harlan Place 313 
400 Buah 401 
500 Pine 501 

Virginia Alley 505 

600 California 601 

— — DuDOnt Place 



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46 



SAX FRANCISCO DIBECTORT. 



700 
714 
SOO 
900 

1000 

1100 
1126 
1200 



701 I 



o 
Pi 



o 
E-i 
VI 



VI 
VI 



t 



Sacramento 
Commercial 
CUy 

Washington 
Hall Court 
Jackson 
Sullivan Alley 
Pacific 

Dupont Alley 
Broadway 
Montgomery At 
HlucUey 
Vallejo 
Green 
Union 
1506 Nobili Alley 
1600 Filbert 
1618 <Jerke Alley 
1700 Greenwich 
Church Place 
Lombard 
Chestnut 
Pfeiffer 
Francisco 
Bay 

North Point 
Reach 

Unpont Alley. Es (1126) 
Duii'iut bet Pacific and 
Broadway 
Dnpont Place, W s Da- 
pont l>et California and 
.Sacramento 
Dwltcht. W s San Bruno 
Roa<l bet Tfo ilsey and Olm- 
stead. V. M. f. 
E, from India Basin bet D 
and F hW to couuty line. 
South S F. 
f^tule (now N'ineteenth), W 
s Harrison bet Kighteenth 
ftiid Twentieth W to Doug- 
lass 
East, from Folsom N to Pa- 
cific fronting the bay 
JE.M«. Slrul. M'Mt sidt 



1300 
1400 
1500 



1800 
1900 

2000 
2100 



801 
9Cd 
923 
1001 
1021 
1101 

1201 



1301 
1401 
1501 

1601 

1701 
1709 
1801 
1901 

2001 
2101 
2201 




Folsom 1 

Howard 101 

Mission 201 

Market 301 

Clay 401 
Merchant 

Washington 501 

Jackson 601 

Pacific («) 

Krker. S s (527; Market bet 

First and Second 

E«ld)', junction Market and 

Powell l>et Turk and Ellis 

W to Calvar)' Cemetery 

^••rih. Strrfl. .SoiifA ridf. 

2 Market ami Powell I 

Anna I^ne 

h:.l.ly Place 27 

Mason ini 

THjl.ir 201 

Jones 301 

l/ea%enworth 401 

Hyde 501 

Larkln 601 

Polk 701 

800 Van N'csa Avenue 801 
900 Fninklln 901 

1000 CoiiKh 1001 

lUlO Octaria llUl 

1200 Lut;una 1201 

13UU Buchanan 1301 

1400 Webster 1401 

1500 F-lllnioro 1501 

1600 Ht«lncr I'Ml 

1700 Plerco 1701 

Farron ATonue 

1800 Scott 1801 

l'.»00 IKvlsiidero 1901 

30OO Br.Ml..r).k 2u01 

{t) St Ji«iii>hs At (<) 

E«l«lr PlMce. S s (27) Eddy 
bet Powell and Mason 

Edvraril. N s Busli Iwt 
Ilyilc uii'l Uirkin 

ElKhteenlll (lute Falcon), 
W H Harrison bet Seven- 
t^nth and Nlnotoentli W 
to Douglass 



Sarth. Street. Soulh side. 

2 Harrison 1 

100 Folsom 101 

118 ShotweU 119 

200 Howard 201 

218 Capp 219 

300 Mission 301 
Jessie 
Stevenson 

400 Valencia 401 

500 Guerrero 501 

600 Dolores 601 

700 Church 701 

800 Sanchez 801 

900 Noe 901 

1000 Castro 1001 

1100 Diamond 1101 

1200 Douelass ^ 1201 

Elshteenth Avenne, 

from Islais Creek bet Sev- 
enteenth and Nineteenth 
Avenues SE to the bay, 
South S. F. 

Eigliteentb Avenne, N 

s W bet Seventeenth and 
Nineteenth avenues N to 
P^residio Reservation, Out- 
side Lands 
Eighth (late Price), S s Mar- 
ket bet Seventh and Ninth 
SE 
SoiUhirest. Street. Northeast. 
2 Market 1 

Stevenson 
Jessie 
100 Mission 101 

114 Minna 115 

Natoma 

200 Howard 201 

Noonan Avenue 205 

Tehama (!*) 

Clementina 

300 Folsom 301 
Shipley 

Heron 

400 Harrison 401 

500 Brjant 501 

600 Brannan 601 

Towusend 

Eiiihth Avenne, from 
Islais Creek Ijet Seventh 
and Ninth Avenues SE to 
the l)ay. South S. F. 

Eiehth Avenne, N s O 

l>et .Seventh and Ninth 
avenues N to Presidio Res- 
ervation, Uutside Lanils 

EI llorado, from the bay 
liet Alame<la and .Si.\teeiijh 
or Center W to Harrison 

Eleventh (late Wood), Ss 
.Market Ijet Tenth and 
Twelfth SE to Mission 
Creek 

SouthxreM. Street. Northeast. 



Elk, from Cadwallader N to 

Islais Creek 
EUen (now Thirteenth), SE 

s Mission bet Twelfth and 

Fourteenth 
Ellen, N s Harrison bet 

Se . enth and Eighth 

Ellen, S s Elizabeth bet 
Douglass and Bellevue S to 
Thirtieth 

Ellick Alley, N s (722) Pa- 
cific bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

Ellick Lane, N s Califor- 
nia bet Stockton and Pow- 
eU 

EUlot Park, W s (1503) 
Steiuer bet O'Farrell and 
Geary W to Scott 

Elli.s, junction Market and 
Stockton bet Eddy and 
OFarreU W to Calvary 
Cemetery 

North. Street. South side. 
2 Markt and Stockton 1 



100 


Powell 


101 




Anna Lane 


111 


200 


Mason 


201 


.300 


Taylor 


301 


*KI 


Jones 


401 


,tOO 


Leavenworth 


501 


fiOO 


Hyde 


601 


700 


Larkin 


vol 


SOO 


Polk 


801 


900 


Van Ness Avenue 


901 


1000 


Franklin 


lUOl 


1100 


Gough 


1101 


1»M» 


Octavia 


1201 


1.300 


Laguna 


1301 


1400 


Buchanan 


1401 




HoUis 





1500 


Webster 
Folger 


1501 


IWK) 


FiUinore 


1601 


1700 


Steiner 
Bourbin Place 


IV 01 


1800 


Pierce 


1801 




Farren Avenue 




1900 


Scott 
Beideman 


1901 


2000 


Devisailero 


2001 


2100 


Broderick 


2101 


(f) 


St. Joseph's Av 


(e) 



Market 1 

100 Mission 101 

200 Howard 201 

Bowie Avenue 

Henrietta .S<|uare 

300 FoLs-im 301 

4O0 Harrison 401 

(f) Br>-Bnt (<■) 

Eleventh .1 venae, from 
Islais Creek liet Tenth and 
Twelfth Avenues SE to tlie 
bay, South S. F. 

Eleventh .ivenne, N s 
S 1)et Tenth and Twelfth 
avenues N to l*re.sidio Hes- 
ervation, ( hitside I>anils 

ElBin Park, junction Mar- 
ket and Hermann bet Va- 
lencia and Pearl >S to Rid- 
ley 

El IxM, N H Union bet Taylor 
and .Tones 

Ell7.a Place, N s Washing- 
ton N't Taylor and Jones 

EllKal»elh, W s Noe >>et 
Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fourth 



Ell.sM'orth, from Califor- 
nia Avenue S to Cortland 
Avenue, B. H. 

Elm Avenne, W s Larkin 

Ijet Tyler and Turk 

North. Street. South side. 

2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness At 201 

300 Franklin 301 

(6) Gough (6) 

Jefferson Square 

Emma. E s (508) Stockton 
bet Bush and Pine 

Emma. E of San Bruno 
Roa<l 4 miles from City 
Hall 

Emma Place. S s Chest- 
init tiet Stockton and Pow- 
ell 

Emmett Place, Ws (709) 
.Stockton t>ett."alifomia and 
Sacramento 

Erie, W s Folsom, bet 
Thirteenth and Fourteenth 
W t<i Mission 

Esmeralda Avenne, frra 

North Avenue N\V toCali- 
foniia Avenue. B. H. 

Ehhcx, S s (543) Folsom bet 
First and Second SE to 
Harrison 

Ehhcx I'lace. W s Essex 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

EHtefunla. junction Heck- 
er and .Stringluun SW to 
Islais ('reek 



Engenle. N s Point Lobos 
Avenue bet Josephine and 
W6od N to Laurel Hill 
Cemetery 

Enreka, S s Seventeenth 
bet Diamond and Douglass 

Enreka Place. E s 1202 
Larkin bet Bush and 
Pine 

Eve, W s San Bruno Road 
W to California Avenue, 
B. H. 

Everett, Ws (138) Third bet 

Mission and Howard W to 

Fourth 
EM-er Place, W s (101 li 

Mason bet Sacramento and 

Clay 

F, from India Basin bet E 
and G SW to county line. 
South S. F. 

Fair Avenne, W s Califor- 
nia Aven"ue W to San Jose 
Road 

Fair Oaks, S s Twenty-first 
bet Guerrero and Dolores 

Fairmoiint, S of Randal 
from San Jose Road W to 
Bemis 

Faith, from California Av- 
enue NW to Brewster. B. H. 

Falcon (now Eighteenth), 
AV s Harrison bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth W 
to Douglass 

Falcon Place, E s Taylor 
bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Farren Avenue, N s Ed- 
dy bet Pierce and Scott N 
to Ellis 

Fell, jmiction M.orket and 
Polk bet Oak and Hayes W 
to Stanyan 
North. .Street. South side. 
1 
101 
201 
301 
Wl 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
14<J1 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
(0 



2 Market and Polk 

1(X) Van Ness Avenue 

200 Franklin 

300 Gough 

400 Gctavia 

500 Lagiuia 

600 Buchanan 

700 Webster 

800 Fillmore 

900 Steiuer 

1000 Pierce 

1100 Scott 

1200 Devisadero 

1300 Broderick 

1400 Baker 

1500 Lyon 

1600 Lott 

1700 Masonic Avenue 

1800 Ashbury 

1900 Cnaytou 

2000 Cole 

2100 Shnwler 

(f) Stanyan 

Fella Place, Es (61G) Pow- 
ell Ijct Bush and Pine 

Fern Avenue. W s (1109) 
I.Arkin bet Sutter and 
Bush 

North. Street. South Side. 
2 I.Arkiu 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklin 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octavia • 501 

600 Laguna 601 

Ferric. Ns Point LoIkis Av- 
enue l>et Collins and Cook 
N to Laiirel Hill Cemetery 

Finccnth (late Sparks). W 
,S Harrison bet Fourteenth 
and Sixteenth W to Castro 



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47 



Fifteenth Avenue, N s 

W bet Fourteenth and Six- 
teenth avenues N to Pre- 
sidio Reservation, Outside 
Lands 

FI fth, S s Market bet Fourth 

and Sixth SE to the bay 
S'ncth">-st. Street. Northeast. 



2 Market 


1 


14 Stevenson 


C/l 


22 Mint Avenue 




(!>) Jessie 


33 


100 Mission 


101 


106 Minna 


107 


124 Natoma 


125 


200 Howard 


201 


210 Tehama 


211 


226 C'leraeutina 


227 


300 Folsom 


301 


316 Shipley 


317 


328 Clara, 


329 


400 Harrison 


401 


Perry 




500 Bryant 


501 


Tilford 





600 Brannan 


601 


Bluxome 




700 Townsend 


701 


Jewett 




King 




800 Berry 


801 


Channel 




Hooper 




Irwin 




HubbeU 




South 




Fiftli Avenne, from Islais 


Creek bet Fourth and Sixth 


Avenues SE to the 


bay. 


South S. F. 





NortK Street. 


South Side. 


724 


Scotland 





2 


Harrison 




1 


800 


Mason 


801 


100 


Folsom 
Shotwell 




101 


900 


Taylor 
Roach Alley 


901 


200 


Howard 




201 


1000 


Jones 


1001 




Natoma 







1100 


Leavenworth 


1101 





Capp 




217 





Randall Place 






Minna 







1200 


Hyde 


1201 


300 


Mission 




301 


1300 


Larkiu 


1301 




First Avenue 


• 


1400 


Polk 


1401 


400 


Valencia 




401 


1500 


Van Ness Avenue 


1501 


500 


Guerrero 




501 


1600 


Franklin 


1601 


600 


Dolores 




601 


1700 


Gough 


1701 


700 


Church 




701 


180O 


OctaWa 


1801 


800 


Sanchez 




801 


1900 


Laguna 


1901 


900 


Noe 




901 


2000 


Buchanan 


2001 


lOOO 


Castro 




1001 


2100 
2200 


Webster 
Fillmore 


2101 
2201 


Fifteenth 


Avenne, 


2300 


Steiner 


2301 


from Islais Creek bet Four- 


2400 


Pierce 


2401 


teenth and Sixteenth Ave- 


2500 


Scott 


2501 


nues SE to the bay, 


South 


2600 


Devisadero 


2601 


S. 
■Mr* 


F. 




. NT n 


2700 
2800 


Broderick 
Baker 


2701 
2801 



Fifth Avenne, N s K bet 

Fourth and Sixth avenues 
N to Presidio Reservation, 
Outside Lands 

Fifth Avenne, S s (913) 
Harrison bet Fifth and 
Sixth SE to Bryant 

Figg (now Twenty-seventh), 
W s Guerrero bet Twenty- 
sixth and Twenty-eighth 

Filbert. W s Front bet 
Union and Greenwich W to 
Presidio Re.servation 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Front 1 

100 Battery 101 

200 Sansom 201 

Billings Place 

Norton Place 

300 Montgomery 301 

400 Kearny 401 

Filbert Place 407 

Varenne 417 

Grand Place 427 

500 Dupont 501 
504 Medau Place 

Jasper Place 515 

600 Stockton 601 

700 Powell 701 

Montgomery Av 
706 Gaven 



Filbert Place, N s (406) 

Union bet Kearay and Du- 
Iiont N to Filbert 

Fillmore, N s Ridley bet 

Webster and .Steiner N to 

the bay 

East. Street. West side. 

2 Ridley 1 

100 Kate 101 

Germania 

200 Waller 201 

300 Haight 301 

400 Page 401 

500 Dak 501 

600 FeU 601 

700 Hayes 701 

800 Grove 801 

900 Fulton 901 

1000 McAllister 1001 

1100 Tjier 1101 

1200 Turk 1201 

1300 Eddy 1301 

1400 Ellis 1401 

Byington 

1500 OFarreU 1501 

1600 Geary 1601 

1700 Post 1701 

1800 Sutter 1801 

1900 Bush 1901 

Wildey 

2000 Pine 2001 

2100 California 2101 

2200 Sacramento 2201 

2300 Clay 2301 

2400 Washington 2401 

2500 Jackson 2501 

2600 Pacific 2601 

2700 Broadway 2701 

2800 Vallejo 2301 

2900 Green 2901 

3000 Union 3001 

3100 Filbert 3101 

Piiley 

3200 Greenwich 3201 

Moulton 

3300 Lombard 3301 

3400 Chestnut 3401 

3500 Francisco 3501 

3600 Bay 3tj01 

3700 NorthPoint 3701 

3800 Beach 3801 

3900 Jefferson 3901 

4000 Tonquin 4001 

ie) Lewis (e) 

First, S s Market bet Fre- 
mont and Second SE to the 
bay 

Southwest. Street. Northeast. 



2 Market 

22 Stevenson 

46 Jessie 

56 Lick Alley 

100 Mission 

118 Minna 

146 Natoma 

Melius 

200 Howard 

220 Tehama 

Tehama Place 

248 Clementina 

300 Folsom 

318 Guy Place 

Boston Place 



201 



350 Laurel Place 

400 Harrison 401 

Goodsell Place 

416 Simpson Place 

AJger Place 

500 Brj'ant 501 

520 Frederick 

600 Brannan 601 

Bluxome East 

(e) Townsend (e) 

First Avenne, fromlsla s 
Creek nr Railroad Avenue 
SE to the bay, South S. F. 

First Avenne, N s J nr 
Golden Gate Park N to Pre 
sidio Reservation, Outside 
Lands 

First Avenne, S s Four- 
teenth bet Mission and 
Valencia S to Sixteenth 

Flint Alley, W s (819) Bat- 
tery bet Broadway and Val- 
lejo 

Floral Cirove, N s (734) 
Market bet Kearny and 
Dupont N to Geary 

Florence, N s Broadway 
bet Taylor and Jones N to 
Vallejo 

Florence, Bemal Heights 

Flori<la, from Mission 
Creek bet York and Co- 
liunbia S to Twenty-first 

Foiger, S s EUis bet Web- 
ster and FiUmore 

Folsom, W s East bet How- 
ard and Harrison SW to 
Fourteenth thence S 

Northwest. Street. Southeast 



2 East 

(c) Steuart 

100 Spear 

200 ilain 

300 Beale 

Zoe Place 

400 Fremont 

408 Baldwin Court 

Grant Place 

500 First 

Ecker 

Essex I 

600 Second 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Place 

700 Third 

Ritch 

Haywood 

800 Fourth 

Miller Place 

900 Fifth 

WUlow 

1000 Sixth 

Caroline 

1016 Harriet 

Columbia 

1028 Russ 

Sherman 

1042 Moss 

1100 Seventh 

Dora 

1114 Langton 

Harrison Avenue 1127 

1130 Rausch 

Folsom Avenue 

1200 Eighth 

1300 Ninth 

14O0 Tenth 

Juniper 

1500 Eleventh 

Nevada 

1600 Twelfth 

1700 Thirteenth 

Erie 

1800 Foiu1.eenth 

1900 Fifteenth 

2000 Sixteenth 

2100 Seventeenth 

2200 Eighteenth 

2300 Nineteenth 

2400 Twentieth 

2500 Twenty-first 

2600 Twenty-second 

2700 Twenty-third 

2800 Twenty-fourth 

2900 Twenty-fifth 

3000 Twenty-sixth 



1 
(c) 
101 
201 
301 
315 
401 

409 
501 
(&) 
543 
601 
633 
649 
701 
717 
761 
801 
827 
901 
929 
1001 
1011 

1019 

1039 

1101 
1113 



1145 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1417 
1501 

1601 
1701 

1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 



Folsom Avenne, S s (1145) 
Folsom bet Seventh and 
Eighth 

Fortieth Avenne, E s 

San Bruno Road bet Thir- 
ty-ninth and Forty-first 
Avenues, SE to county 
line. South S. F. 

Fortieth Avcnne.Ns W 
bet Thirty-ninth and Forty- 
first avenues N to City 
Cemetery, Outside Lands 

Fortj'Eiglith Avenue, 
N s S nr the ocean N to 
City Cemetery 

Forty-flfth Avenue, E 
8 San Bruno Road SE to 
county line. South S. F. 

Forty-lifth Avenue, N 
8 W Ijet Forty-fourth and 
Forty-sixth avenues N to 
City Cemetery, Outside 
Lands 

Forty-flrst Avenue, E s 
.San Bruno Road bet For- 
tieth and Forty-second 
Avenues SE to county line. 
South S. F. 

Forty-iirst Avenue, N a 
W bet Fortieth and Forty- 
second avenues N to City 
Cemetery, Outside Lands 

Forty-fourth Avenue, 

E s San Bruno Road bet 
Forty-third and Forty- 
fifth Avenues SE to county 
line, South S. F. 

Forty-fourth Avenne, 
N s W bet Forty-third and 
Forty-fifth avenues N to 
City Cemetery, Outside 
Lands 

Forty -ninth Avenne, 
N s J nr the ocean N to A 

Forty-second Avenne, 

E s San Bruno Road bet 
Forty-first and Forty-third 
Avenues SE to county line. 
South S. F. 

Forty-second Avenne, 
N 8 W bet Forty-first and 
Forty-third avenues N to 
City Cemetery, Outside 
Lands 

Forty - seventh Ave- 
nne, N 8 W bet Forty- 
sixth and Forty-eighth av- 
enues N to City Cemetery 

Forty-sixth Avenne, N 

s W bet Forty-fifth and 
forty-seventh avenues N to 
City Cemeterj-, Outside 
Lands 

Forty-third Avenue, E 

8 San Bruno Road bet For- 
ty-second and Forty-fourth 
Avenues SE to county line. 
South S. F. 

Forty-third Avenne, N 
8 W bet Forty-second and 
Forty-fourth a enues N to 
City Cemetery, Outside 
Lands 

Fonrteenth (late Tracy), 
W s Harrison bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth W to 
Castro 

North. Street. South Side. 

2 Harrison 1 

100 Folsom 101 

ShotweU 

200 Howard 201 

Natoma 

Minna 

300 Mission 301 

First Avenue 

400 Valencia 401 

500 Guerrero 501 

600 Dolores 601 

Market 
700 Church 701 

800 Sanchez 801 

900 Noe 901 

1000 Castro 1001 



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48 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Fourteenth Avenne, 

from iBlais Creek bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth Ave- 
nues S£ to the bay. South 
8. F. 

Foni-teentli Avenne, X 

B V let Thirteenth and Fif- 
teenth avenues. X to Pre- 
siilio Reservation, Uutside 
Lands 

Fourth, S 8 Market bet 
Tliird and Fifth SE to the 
bay 

Southicfxt. Street. Northeast. 



1 
21 
31 
101 
117 
133 
2ul 
219 
243 
301 
317 
333 
401 
417 
431 
601 
623 
637 
601 

701 



2 Market 

(M Stevenson 

30 Jessie 
100 Mission 
116 Minna 

Everett 

2fJ0 Howard 
218 Tehama 
242 Clementina 
300 Folsom 
316 Louisa 
332 Clara 
400 Harrison 
416 Ferry 

Hilver 

500 Ro''int 

Welsh 

Freelon 

600 Brannan 
620 Bluxnme 
700 ToHiisend 

Jewett 
King 
800 Berry 
(-.'hannel 
Hooper 
Irwin 
HubheU 

Fourth I'lnc-e. S b (1433) 
Fucilic bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin 

Fourth Avenne, from 
Islais Creek liet Tliird and 
Fifth Avenues HE to the 
bay, Houth 3. F. 

Fourth Avenue, N s K 

bet Third and Hfth av- 
eiiueK N to I'resldio Reser- 
vation, Outside Lands 

Fruu«'lNeo, W » Montgom- 
ery bet < 'htfltnut and Bay 
W to Presidio Reservation 

Norlht Strtit. South side. 



801 



2 Montgomery 

Webster 

ic) Keaniy 
00 I)ui.out 

Miclwiiy East 

Bellair Place 

200 Stockton 

Midway West 
300 Powell 
400 Mason 
500 Taylor 

Montgomery Av 
600 Jones 
700 Leavenworth 
m) Hyde 
'JflO I.nrkin 
KKKJ Polk 



301 
401 

601 

cm 

701 
Bill 
901 
ftlOl 
IKX) Van Ness Avonuo 11(11 



1200 Franklin 

1300 Cough 

1400 Oetavia 

Laguna 

lyoiMia Kijuare 

1700 We).iiter 

1800 Fillmore 

1900 SU'lner 

2000 Pierce 

2100 Hcott 

2200 Devlsadero 

2300 Broderick 

340U Baker 



1201 
1301 
1401 



1701 
1801 
l'.H)l 
2iK)l 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 



Frnnroiila Avenue, fnn 

Kiipe S\V to California Av- 
enue, It. 11. 

Friink I'liire, W « Mnsou 
lift J'lno mid < 'allfciniia 



Franklin, N s Market bet 

Van Ness Avenue and 

Gough N to the bay 

East. Street. 'iVest side. 

2 Market and Pa«e 1 

Lilly Avenue 
100 Oak 101 

Hickory Avenue 
200 Fell 201 

Linden 
300 Hayes 301 

Ivy Avenue 
400 Grove 401 

Birch Avenue 
500 Fulton 501 

Ash Avenue 
600 McAllister 601 

Locust Avenue 
700 Tyler 701 

Elm Avenue 
800 Tui-k 801 

Laurel Avenue 
900 Eddy 901 

Willow Avenue 
1000 ElUs 1001 

Olive Avenue 
1100 O'FarreU 1101 

Myrtle Avenue 
1200 Geary 1201 

Cedar Avenue 
1300 Post 1301 

Walnut Avenue 
1400 Sutter 1401 

Fern Avenue 
1500 Bush 1501 

1508 Austin 1507 

1600 Pine 1601 

1700 California 1701 

1800 Sacramento 1801 

1900 Clay 1901 

2000 Washington 2001 

2100 Jackson 2101 

2200 Pacific 2201 

2300 Broadway 2301 

2400 Vallejo 2401 

2500 Green 2501 

2600 Union 2601 

2700 Filbert 2701 

2800 Greenwich 2801 

2900 Lombard 2901 

3000 Chestnut 3001 

3100 Francisco 3101 

Bay 

Government Res- 
ervation 
(e) Lewis (f) 

Franklin I'ark, bet Six- 
teenth. Santa Clara, Jersey, 
and York 

Freileriek, W s Masonic 
Avenue nr Waller W to 
First Avenue 

Freileriek, W s (520) First 
iHt Bryant and Brannan 

Freelon, W s Zoe bet Bran- 
nan and Welsh 

Fre«'lon, bet Bounie and 
< )rKiiiiu» from Byrne S to 
Saliinie 

Fremont, S s Market bet 
First and Beale SE to the 
bay 

Snulhirest. Street. Nortluuist 



Market 

MlKsion 

Melius 

Howard 

Lincoln Place 
3(HI FoUoin 
400 Harrison 
— Lawrence Place 
500 Bryant 
(() Brannan 



2 

100 



2(K) 



Fremont <'ourt,nr<in}' 
A>eiiue, N s (916) Clay 
bet Sto<kton and Powell 

Fri-MUO, from the bay liet 
i'lumas and India W to 
First Avon\io 

Friedman I'lnee. E b 

(19M) Ijirkln bet Pacific 
and Ilrimdway 



Fritnt, N s Market 


bet 


Davis and Battery N to the 


bay 




East 


Street. West side. 


2 


Market 


1 


100 


Pine 


101 


200 


California 


201 




Richmond 


211 


.-^m 


Sacramento 


301 


318 


Commercial 


31/ 


400 


Clay 


401 


416 


Merchant 


(0 


500 


Wasliington 


501 


,510 


Oregon 





6(H) 


Jackson 


601 


614 


Clark 





700 


Pacific 


vol 


712 


Chambers 


713 


8(K) 


Broadway 


801 


id) 


Vallejo 


9U1 


id) 


Green 


1001 


d) 


Commerce 




{d\ 


Union 


1101 


id) 


Dock 




Id) 


Filbert 


1201 


(e) 


Greenwich 


M 



Fulton, W s Larkin bet 

Grove and McAllister W 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklin 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Oetavia 501 

600 Laguna 601 

700 Buchanan 701 

800 Webster 801 

900 Fillmore 901 

lOflO Steiner 1001 

1100 Pierce 1101 

1200 Scott 1201 

1300 De\isadero 1301 

1400 Broderick 1401 

1500 Baker 1501 

1600 Lyon 1601 

1700 Lott 1701 

1800 Masonic Avenue 1801 
1900 Ashbury 1901 

2000 Clayton 2001 

2100 Cole 2101 

2200 Shrader 2201 

2300 Stanyau 2301 

ii, from India Basin bet F 
anil H SW to coimty line. 
South S. F. 
<anln«>H, N s Green bet Bat- 
tery and Sausom N to Un- 
ion 

Cialindo Alley, Ns Six- 
teenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores 

(liartlen, S b Harrison bet 
Sixth and Seventh SE to 
Bryant 

<;ar«len Avenue, E s 

Bruderick bet Geary and 

Post 

4;ar<lner Alley, N b (112) 
Post bet Kearny and Dup 

<«aren,WB San Bnino Road 
4 miles from City Hall 

tiateK, from Cortland Av- 
enue S to Crescent Avenue, 
B. H. 

<^H yen, N s (706) Filbert het 
Powell and Mason N to 
tJreenwich 

<«ea ry, junction Market and 
Kearny bet O'Fanell and 
I'ost W to Central Avenue 

North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Kearny 1 



Floral Grove 

100 Dujiont 

200 Stockton 

300 Powell 

400 Mason 

416 Metcalfe Place 

Martha Place 

500 Taylor 

Geary Place 

512 William 



600 Jones 601 

700 Leavenworth 701 

800 Hyde 801 

900 Larkin 901 

1000 Polk 1001 

llttO Van Ness Avenue 1101 

1200 Franklin 12U1 

1300 Gough 1301 

1400 Oetavia 1401 

"1500 Laguna 1501 

1600 Buchanan 1601 

1700 Webster 1701 

1800 Fillmore 1801 

1900 Steiner 1901 

2000 Pierce 2001 

2100 Scott 2101 

2200 Derisadero 2201 

2300 Broderick 2301 

St. Joseph's Avenue 

2400 Baker 2401 

2500 Lyon 2501 

(f) Central Avenue (ij 

Geary Place. S s (511) 
Geary bet Taylor and Jones 

Geneva, S s Brannan bet 
Sixth and Seventh 

Georgia, from the bay bet 

Louisiana and Michigan S 

to First Avenue 
Gerke Alley, E s (1618) 

Dupont bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 

Gemiaula, W g Webster 
bet Kate and Waller W to 
Fillmore 

Gertrudis, from HeckerS 
W to Islais Creek 

Giltb, W s Montgomery Av- 
enue bet Wasliington and 
Jackson 

GibK<»n, E s Larkin bet Un- 
ion and Green 

Gilbert, S s Bryant bet 
Sixth and Seventh SE to 
Townsend 

Gllmore, E e Kentucky nr 

Shasta 

Girard, S s Silver Avenue 
bet San Bnmo Road and 
Berlin 

Glen Park Avenne, SW 

s (26) Twelfth bet Mission 
and Howard 
Glentvood Place, S s 

Howard bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth 
Glover, E s Leavenworth 
liet Broadway and V;iUejo 

Godeiis, E s Mission ur 
Thirtieth E to California 
Aveime 

Gody , W s Mission nr Twen- 
ty-eighth 

GoettiuKcn, S s Silver Av- 
enue bet Berlin and Wil- 
liams 

Gold, W 8 (705) Sanson) bet 
Jackson and Pacific W to 
Montgomery 

Golden Court, 8 a Sacra- 
mento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth 

Golden Gate Park. W of 

Stanyan bet Dand H streets 
W to Pacific Ocean 

laoWIman Place, E s Mis- 
sion t>it Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 

Good Chlidren, Ss Lom- 
bard bet Kearny and Du- 
pont 

Good.seil I'laee, E s First 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Gordon, N s Harrison bet 
Eighth and Ninth 

GoiiKh, N 8 Market bet 
Franklin and Oetavia N to 
the bay 



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East. Street. West side. 

2 Market and Haight 1 
Rose Avenue 
100 Page 101 

Lilly Avenue 
200 Oak 201 

Hickory Avenue . 
300 FeU 301 

Linden 
400 Hayes 401 

Ivy Avenue 
500 Grove 501 

Birch Avenue 
600 Fulton 601 

Ash Avenue 
700 McAllister 701 

Locust Avenue 
800 Tyler 801 

Elm Avenue 
900 Turk 901 

Laurel Avenue 
1000 Eddy 1001 

Willow Avenue 
1100 Ellis 1101 

Olive Avenue 
1200 O'Farrell 1201 

Myi-tle Avenue 
1300 Geary 1301 

Cedar Avenue 
1400 Post 1401 

Wabiut Avenue 
1500 Sutter 1501 

Fern Avenue 
1600 Bush 1601 

Austin 
1700 Pine 1701 

1800 California 1801 

1900 Sacramento 1901 

2000 Clay 2001 

2100 Washington 2101 

2200 Jackson 2201 

2300 Pacific 2301 

2400 Broadway 2401 

2500 Vallejo 2501 

2G00 Green 2601 

2700 Union 2701 

2800 Filbert 2801 

2900 Greenwich 2901 

3000 Lombard 3001 

3100 Chestnut 3101 

3200 Francisco 3201 

Bay 

Government Res- 
ervation 
(c) Lewis [e) 

Grace Terrace, S s (725) 
California bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Ciialiani Place. N s (538) 
Green bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Craitd Avenue, S s (1323) 
Mission bet Ninth and 
Tenth 

Grand Place, S s (427) Fil- 
bert bet Kearny and Du- 
pont 

Grant (see Pierce) 

Grant Place, Ss (409) Fol- 
som bet Fremont and First 

Grattan, W s Stanyan nr 
Sullivan 

Green, W s Front bet Val- 
lejo and Union W to Presi- 
dio Reservation 

North. Street. South side. 



2 Front 

100 Battery 

Gaines 

200 Sansom 

Calhoun 

300 Montgomery 

316 Vincent 

Kohler's Place 

326 Bone Alley 

Reed Place 

400 Kearny 

406 Sonora Place 

420 Lafayette Place 

500 Dupont 

510 Banuam Place 

522 Union Place 

Bower Place 

538 Graham Place 

Montgomery Av 

600 Stock-ton 



700 


Powell 


701 


713 


August Alley 




800 


Mason 


801 




Salmon Place 





900 


Taylor 


901 


IIIIKI 


Jones 


1001 


1100 


Leavenworth 


1101 




New Orleans Av 







Hamlin 





1200 


Hyde 


1201 


1*)0 


Larkin 


13(11 


140(1 


Polk 


1401 


15(1(1 


Van Ness Avenue 


15111 


160(1 


Franklin 


IliOl 


1700 


Gough 


1701 


18(1(1 


Octavia 


IKdl 


19(10 


Laguna 


1901 


200(1 


Buchanan 


2(1(11 


21(10 


Webster 


2101 


22(1(1 


Fillmore 


22(11 


2:«1(1 


Ste;ner 


23(11 


24(1(1 


Pierce 


2401 


25(1(1 


Scott 


25(11 


2600 


Devisadero 


2601 


270(1 


Broderlck 


2701 


2H00 


Baker 


2801 


2900 


Lyon 


2901 


3000 


Central Avenne 


3(K11 


3100 


Walnut 


3101 


(<■) 


Laiurel 


(e) 



Green €onrt, N s Howard 
bet Steuart and Spear 

Green Place, or Bone 

Allej", N s Green bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 

Greeuwlcll, W s Front bet 

Filbert and Lombard W to 

Presidio Reservation 

North. Street. South side. 

1 

101 

201 



2 Front 

100 Battery 

200 Sansom 

Pringle Court 

300 Montgomery 

400 Kearny 

432 Telegraph Place 

500 Dupont 

Kramer Place 

Belle\Tie Avenue 

600 Stockton 

700 Powell 

Gaven 

Chambers Place 

Scotland 

Montgomery Av 

800 Mason 

806 Hartman 

816 Jansen 

900 Taylor 

Roach Alley 

1000 Jones 

1100 Leavenworth 

Randall Place 

1200 Hyde 

1300 Larkin 

1400 Polk 



301 
401 

501 
505 

601 
701 
703 

721 



901 
907 
1001 
1101 

1201 
1301 
1401 



1500 Van Ness Avenue 1501 



1600 Franklin 

1700 Gough 

1800 Octavia 

1900 Laguna 

2000 Buchanan 

2100 Webster 

2200 Fillmore 

2300 Steiner 

2400 Pierce 

2500 Scott 

2600 Devisadero 

2700 Broderick 

2800 Baker 



1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 



Grisar, W s Octavia bet 
Union and Filbert W to 
Laguna 

Grove, W s Larkin bet 
Hayes and Fiilton W to 
Stanyan 
North. Street. South side. 

2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 

300 FrankUn 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octavia 501 

600 Laguna 601 

700 Buchanan 701 

800 Webster 801 



900 FiUmore 901 

1000 Steiner 1001 

Alamo Square 

1200 Scott 1201 

1300 Devisadero 1301 

1400 Broderick 1401 

1500 Baker 1501 

1600 Lyon 1601 

1700 Lott 1701 

1800 Masonic Avenue 1801 

1900 Ashbury 1901 

2000 Clayton 2001 

2100 Cole 2101 

2200 Shrader 2201 

(e) Stanyan (c) 

Grove (now Thirtieth), W s 
San Jos6 Road a of Twen- 
ty-ninth 

Guerrero, S s Market bet 

Valencia and Dolores S to 

Old San Jose Road 

West. Street. jEost side. 

2 Market 1 

100 Ridley 101 

Clinton Park 

Baltimore Park - — 

Quinn 113 

Brosuan 

200 Fourteenth 201 

300 Fifteenth 301 

400 Sixteenth 401 

Camp 

500 Seventeenth 501 

518 Dorland 519 

600 Eighteenth 601 

700 Nineteenth 701 

Columbia 

800 Twentieth 801 

Liberty 

900 Twenty-first 901 

Hill 

1000 Twenty-second 1001 

M 

1100 Twenty-third 1101 

Elizabeth 

1200 Twenty-fourth 1201 

1300 Twenty-fifth 1301 

1400 Twenty-sixth 1401 

Gunnison Avenne, S s 

Precita Place s to Prospect 
Place 
GuHtavuS, N s (920) Cali- 
fornia bet Powell and Ma- 
son N to Sacramento 

Gny Place, W s (318) First 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

H, from India Basin bet G 
and I SW to county line, 
South S. F. 

H, W s First Avenue bet 
Golden Gate Park and I, 
W to the ocean, Outside 
Lands 

Haggln, S s King bet Third 
and Fourth S to Berry 

UalKllt, junction Market 
and Gough bet Waller and 
Page W to Stanyan 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Gough 1 
100 Octavia 101 

200 Laguna 201 

300 Buchanan 301 

iCiij Webster 401 

500 Fillmore 501 

600 Steiner 601 

700 Pierce 701 

800 Scott 801 

900 Devisadero 901 

1000 Broderick 1001 

1100 Baker 1101 

1200 Lyon 1201 

1300 Lott 1301 

1400 Masonic Avenue 1401 
1500 Ashbury 1501 

1600 Clayton 1601 

1700 Cole 1701 

1800 Shrader 1801 

(e) Stanyan (c) 

Hale, W s San Bruno Road 
4 miles from City Hall 

Hall Alley, S s VaUejobet 
Sansom and Montgomery 



Hall Court. W s (923) Du- 
pont bet Washington and 
Jackson 

Hall Place, S s Jackson 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Halleck, E s Buchanan nr 
Lombard 

Halleck, W s (213) Battery 
bet California and Sacra- 
mento W to LeidesdorJf 

Hamilton, S s Silver Av- 
enue bet Holyoke and Bow- 
doin, U. M. T. 

Hamilton Square, bet 
Geary, Post, Steiner, and 
Scott 

Hamlin, N s Green bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Hamlin Place, E s Larkin 
bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Haiiimonti, Ss Townsend 
bet Second and Third 

Hampshire, from Mission 
Creek bet Jersey and York 
S to Twenty-first thence 
bet Potrero Avenue and 
York S to Serpentine Av- 
enue 

Hampton Court, Ns(670) 
Harrison bet Second and 
Third 

Hampton Place, S s(649) 
Folsom bet Second and 
Third 

Hanc4»ck, W s Dolores bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Hardle Place. E s (218) 
Kearny bet Sutter and 
Bush 

Harlan Place, W s (313) 
Dupont bet Sutter and 
Bush 

Harriet, S s (1013) Howard 
bet Sixth and Seventh SE 
to Folsom 

Harriet (now Second Av- 
enue), N 8 Sixteenth bet 
Valencia and Guerrero 

Harris (now Seventh), S s 
Market bet Sixth and 
Eighth SE to junction 
Kentucky and Butte 

Harrison, W s Steuart bet 
Folsom and Bryant SW to 
Foiuteenth thence S to Ser- 
pentine Avenue 

Northwest. Street. Southeast. 

2 Steuart 1 

100 Spear 101 

Johnson Place 



200 


Main 


201 


300 


Beale 


301 


40(1 


Fremont 


401 


5(H) 


First 


501 


5;i8 


Essex 








Rincon Place 


551 





Stanly Place 


557 


bVO 


Charles Place 





600 


Second 


601 





Vassar Place 


613 


6;jo 


Hawthorne 





670 


Hampton Court 





70(1 


Third 


vol 


720 


Ritch 




H(K) 


Fourth 


801 


9(KI 


Fifth 


901 


- — - 


Fifth Avenue 


913 





Oak Grove Avenue 953 





Park Avenue 


969 


1000 


Sixth 


KKII 





Garden 


1(111 




Columbia 






Sherman 





1100 


Seventh 


1101 





Dora 


1119 





Chesley 


1137 





Hayward 


1149 




Mariposa Avenue 





1200 


Eighth 


1201 




Gordon 





1300 


Ninth 
Dore 


1301 


1400 


Tenth 


1401 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



1500 Eleventh 


1501 


Neva»la 





1600 Twelfth 





Channel 


lti.)1 


1700 Fourteenth 




Alaineila 


1721 


1800 Fifteenth 





El Dorado 


1821 


1900 Sixteenth 


1901 


Santa Clara 


1921 


2000 Seventeenth 





Mariposa 


2021 


210O Eighteenth 
Solano 





2121 


2200 Nineteenth 




Butte 


2221 


2300 Twentieth 


2»)1 


2400 Twenty-first 


2-101 


2500 Twenty-seamd 


25(»1 


VM Twenty-third 


2601 


2700 Twenty-fourth 


2701 


2800 Twenty-fifth 


2801 


2900 Twenty-sixth 


2901 


ie) Sen)entine Avenue (e) 


llarrlHon Avenue 


S s 


(1127) Folsom bet Se 


•enth 


aild Eighth 




lliirry, from Laidley SWto 


Beacon 





Harr.y Plaee, E s Lagnna 
l>et Fillx.rt and Greenwich 

Ilarironl, S s Eighteenth 
l>ot Noe and Castro S to 
Twentieth 

Hartniun, N s(806) Green- 
wicli liet Mason and Taylor 
N to Lombard 

Harvard, S 3 Silver Av- 
eii\i.- W of Oxford 

llamoiHl Flaee, (now 

Grand I'lace) S s Filbert 
bet Kearny and Dui)ont 

Havens, W s Leavenworth 
bet I'nion and Filbert 

llavenM I'laee, 8 s (907) 
Washington bet Stockton 
and Towull 

lla>veM, 8 R Folsom bet 
Tentii and Eleventh 

llawlliorne, S s (C33) Fol- 
wini )>ot Seconii and Third 
SK to Harrison 

Hayen. junction Market and 

I^irkin liet Fell and Grove 

W to Stanyan 

Nitrth. Str.rt. South ride. 

2 Market and Larktn 1 

16 College Place 

100 Folk 101 

200 Van Ntsa Avenue 201 

300 Franklin 301 

400 fiough 401 

600 Octavia 601 

600 Ijiguna 601 

700 Buchanan 701 

800 WelHiter 801 

900 Fillmore 901 

Htelner 1001 

Fierce 1101 

1200 Srott 1201 

1300 Drvldjidcro 1301 

1400 BriHlurick 1401 

IflOll Bak.T l.-iOl 

VOl) Lyn vm 

1700 I^.tt 1701 

1800 Miuionic Avenue 1801 

1900 AMlibiiry l'.toi 

2000 Clayton 2001 

2100 Colo 2101 

22ttO HlinKlur 2201 

(r) tStaiiynn (r) 

Hajr* Alley, (nee Kiycs 
Alley) 

Hnywaril.HiinarrUonKt 
.Sfvtnlli and Eighth 

Hay>vo«Ml, H n (7rd) F<i|- 
noiii U-t lldrd mill Fourth 

Healh, from Cortland Av- 
enue S to San Bnino Road 

Heeker, from Iilali Creek 
W to Bemal 



Helen. S s California bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Henderson Avenue, S s 

Point Lobos Av bet John- 
son Av and First Av 

Henrietta, from San Jose 
Road ur Thirtieth SE to 
North Avenue. B.H. 

Henrietta Square, E s 

Eleventh bet Uoward and 
Folsom 

Henry, N s Lombard bet 
Hyde and Larldn 

Henry, W s San Bruno 
Road bet SiUiman and Bur- 
row, U. M. T. 

Henry, W s Noe bet Four- 
tL-enth and Fifteenth 

Heringer, E of San Bruno 
Roa'l i miles from City Hall 

Hermann, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles from City Hall 

Hermann. SE s Market nr 
Valencia E to West Mission 

Heron, E s Eighth bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 

lleyn l*laee, S s Clay bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Hiekory Avenue, W s 

Van Ness Avenue bet Oak 
and Fell 
North. Street. South ride. 
2 Van Ness Avenue 1 
100 Franklin 101 

200 Gough 201 

300 Octavia 301 

400 Laguna 401 

500 Buchanan 501 

600 Webster 601 

lllKKins Plair« {seeKeyea 

.Uley) 

HiKll, S s Twenty-fifth bet 
Bellevueand MissicmCcean 
House Hoad S to Twenty- 
sixth 

llltfliland Terrare, Ns 

California bet Jones and 
Leavenworth 

Hill, Ws Sanchez bet Twen- 
ty-first anil Twenty-second 
W to Castro 

nimmelniann Platee, N 

8 (lo'il) I'lvcirtc bet Mason 
and Taylor 

lllnekley, W s Montgom- 
ery bet Broadway and Val- 
lejo W to DuiHint 

Hodses I'laee, NsVallejo 
bet Sansom and Montgom- 



HodseM 4'ourt, W s Spear 
bet Market and Mission 

HoflKHon Alley, N s Hix- 
t< rnth iRtMJKsionand First 
Avenue 

HoirAvenue.SsSixU'eiith 
bet MiHsioii and Valencia 

Hoi I In, X a Ellin liet Bu- 
chanan and Webster 

Holly Park, SW a Bornal 
Htigtits nr San Joae Roa<l 

Holy«»ke, Sg Silver Avenue 
iK't Williams and Hamil- 
ton', V. M. T. 

Hooiier, from the bay bet 
Channel iwid Irwin SW to 
Eighth " 

Hope, from California Av- 
enue NWU) Franconia Av- 
enue, B. H. 



Hopeton Terrace, S s 

W^ashiagtou bet Stockton 
and Powell 

Horner (now Twenty- 
third), W s Potrero Avenue 
bet I'weuty-second and 
Twenty-fourth W to Doug- 
lass 

Hon.ston, W s Taj-lor bet 
Chestnut and Francisco 

Uo>vard. W s East bet Mis- 
sion and Folsom SW^ to 
Fourteenth thence S to 
Serpentine Avenue 

Northwest. Street. Southeast. 



2 


East 


1 


(c) 


Steuart 


(0 




Green Court 




100 


Spear 


101 


. 


Dexter 




200 


Main 


201 


300 


Beale 


301 


400 


Fremont 


401 


500 


FiiSt 


501 


6oe 


Second 

New Montgomers 


601 





Hubbard 


633 


700 


Third 


701 


830 


Fourth 


801 


814 


Howard Covurt 




900 


Fifth 


901 




Mary 




1000 


Sixth 


1001 





Harriet 


1013 





Russ 


1041 





Moss 


1059 


1100 


Seventh 


1101 





Langton 


nil 


- — - 


Rausch 


1127 





Smuner 


1159 


1200 


Eighth 


1201 


1300 


Ninth 


1301 




Washington Av 






Grand Avenue 





1400 


Tenth 


1401 


1500 


Eleventh 


1501 




Lafayette 





1600 


Twelfth 


IGOl 


1626 


Bowles Place 




1700 


Thirteenth 
Erie 


1701 


1800 


Fourteenth 


1801 


1900 


Fifteenth 
Adair 


1901 


2000 


Sixteenth 


2001 


21(X) 


Seventeenth 


2101 


2200 


Eighteenth 


2201 


2300 


Nineteenth 


2301 




Kensington Place 




2400 


Twentieth 


2401 


2500 


Twenty-first 


2501 


2600 


Twenty-second 


2001 


2700 


Twenty-third 


2701 


2800 


IVenty- fourth 


2801 


2.t00 


Twenty-fifth 


2001 


3000 


Twenty-sixth 


3(W1 



(1) Senientine Avenue (c) 

Howard Court, N s (814) 
llowaril bet Fom-th and 
Fifth 

llultbard, S B (G33) Howard 
bet Second and Third 

Hultbeli, W 8 Fourth bet 
Irwin and South SW to 
Seventh 

HilflNOll, junction Four- 
teenth Avenue and Cad- 
wallader NW to Salome 

lIudNOU, S 8 Channel bet 

Fourth and Fifth S to South 

Uumltoldt, from the bay 
iK't Sierra and Nevada 

lluut. K s 1145) Third bet 
Sherwood I'lace and How- 
ard 

Hunter, W s San Bruno 
Koad 4 milcB from City Hall 

Hurlbert Plaeo, N s 

(174) Clara bet Fourth and 
Filth 

Hvde, N a Mc/Ulistcr bet 

Leavenworth and Larkin N 
to the bay 



£aM 


Stro-t. 


West side. 


2 


McAllister 


1 


100 


Tyler 


101 


200 


Turk 


201 




Hyde Place 


203 


300 


Eddy 


301 


41)0 


EUis 


, 401 


500 


OFarreU 


501 


600 


Geary 


601 


VOO 


Post 


701 


800 


Sutter 


801 


900 


Bush 


901 


KHK) 


Pine 


1001 


1100 


California 


1101 


1200 


Sacramento 


1201 


1300 


Clay 


1301 


1400 


Washington 


1401 


1500 


Jackson 


1501 


1600 


Pacific 


1601 


1606 


Lynch 




1/00 


Broadway 


1701 


1800 


^ allejo 


ISOl 


1900 


Green 

Delgado 

RasseU 


1901 


2000 


Union 


2001 





Allen 




2100 


Filbert 


2101 


22IK) 


Greenwich 


2201 


2300 


Lombard 


2301 


2400 


Chestnut 


24<_)1 


2500 


Francisco 


2501 


2600 


Bay 


2601 


2V00 


North Point 


2701 


2800 


Beach 


2801 


(f) 


Jefferson 


ie) 



Hyde Place. Ws (203) Hj-de 
bet Tiu-k and Eddy 

I, SW s First Avenue bet H 
and J SW to county line. 
South S. F. 

I, W s First Avenue bet H 
and J, W to the ocean, Out- 
side Lands 

Iilalio, from the bay bet 

Arizona and Dakota S to 

India 
Illinois, from the bay bet 

Michigan and Kentucky 3 

to First Avenue 

India, fronting India Ba- 
sin on the North, South aud 

West 

Indiana, from the bay bet 
Iowa ami Mimiesota S to 
Tulare 

Iowa, from the bay bet In- 
diana ahd Pennsylvania S 
to T\d,are 

Irwin, from the bay bet 
Hooper and Hulil)ellSW to 
Eighth 

I>uilM>l, from Wolfe SE to 

Shaksjieare, B. H. 
Isis, SW s TwelfUi be» Fol- 
som and Harrison 

LsIalN, fronting Islais Creek 
from the bay W 

Ivy Avenue, W s (111) 

Polk bet Hayes and Grove 

North. Street. South sUie. 

2 Polk 1 

(6) Van Ness Avenue [i] 

200 IVanklin 201 

300 Gough 301 

400 Octavia 401 

500 Liiguna 501 

600 Biichanan 601 

700 Wel>8ti!r 701 

J, SW s First Avenue bet I 
and K SW to county line, 
South S. F. 

J, W 8 First Avenue bet I 
and K, W to the ocean, 
Outside Landa 

.lackson, W g East bet 
Washington and Pacific W 
to First Avenue 
North. Street. South side. 
2 East 1 

(c) Drumm (c) 

100 Davis 101 



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800 
806 
814 

824 

900 

1000 

1014 
1100 
1200 
1300 



Front 

Battery 

Custom House PI 

Sausoni 

Balance 

Jones Alley 

Montgomery 

Montgomery Av 

Kearny 

Cooper Alley 

Washington Alley 

Bartlett Alley 

Dupout 

San Luis Alley 

Sullivan Alley 

Ross 

Stockton 

Bedford Place 

Virginia 

Stone 

Adele Place 

Powell 

Dore Alley 

Mason 

Vernon 

Auburn 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hall Place 

Wall Place 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Polk 

Van Ness Avenue 

Franklin 

Gough 

Octavia 

Laguna 

Buchanan 

Webster 

Fillmore 

Steiner 

Pierce 

Scott 

Devisadero 

Broderick 

Baker 

Lyon 

Central Avenue 

Wahiut 

Laurel 

Locust 

Spruce 

Maple 

Cherry 

First Avenue 



201 
301 
313 

401 

431 
501 

601 
623 
633 

701 
711 

723 

801 

813 

819 

901 

1001 
1007 

1101 
1201 
1301 



1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3301 
3401 
3501 
3601 
3701 
3801 
(e) 



1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
2200 
2390 
2400 
2500 
2600 
2700 
2800 
2900 
3000 
3100 
3200 
3300 
3400 
3500 
3600 
3700 
3800 

Jac-k.son Park, bet Santa 
Clara, Mariposa, Arkansas, 
and Carolina 

Jackson Place, E s (1112) 
Montgomery bet Vallejo 
and Green 

Jacobi, N s California bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Jane Place, N s (908) Pine 
bet Mason and Taylor 

Jausen,Ns (816) Greenwich 
bet Mason and Taylor N to 
Lombard 

Japan, Ns Townsend bet 
First and Second N to 
Braiinan 

Jasper Place, N s (518) 
Union bet Dupont and 
Stockton N to FUbert 

Jefferson, W s Powell bet 

Beach and Tonquin W to 

Presidio Reservation 
North. Street. South side 

id) 

id) 

id) 

id) 

id) 

id) 
600 
700 



1200 
1300 
1400 
1500 



PoweU 
Mason 
Taylor 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 
Polk 

Van Ness Avenue 
Government Reser- 
vation 

Laguna 1201 

Buchanan 1301 

Webster 1401 

Fillmore 1501 



1600 Steiner 

1700 Pierce 

1800 Scott 

1900 Devisadero 

2000 Broderick 

2100 Baker 



1601 

1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 



Jefferson Avenue, E s 

Laurel Avenue nr Cortland 
Avenue E to San Bruno 
Road 

Jefferson Stinare, bet 

Tyler, Eddy, Gough, and 
Laguna 
Jei'sey, from Mission Creek 
bet Potrero Avenue and 
Hampshire S to Twenty- 
first 

Jersey, W s Guerrero bet 
Twenty-fourth and Twen- 
ty-fifth W to Douglass 

Jessie, W s (46) First bet 
Market and Mission SW to 
Twenty-first. [The build- 
ings on this street bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth are incor- 
rectly numbered] 

Northwest. Street. Southeast 
2 First 1 

Ecker 
Anthony 
Second 

New Montgomery 
162 Annie 
ib) Third 
300 Fourth 
(ft) Fifth 
432 Mint Avenue 
500 Sixth 
600 Seventh 
700 Eighth 
800 Ninth 
900 Tenth 
ib) Eleventh 
ib) Twelfth 
ib) Thirteenth 
Fourteenth 



100 



ib) Fifteenth 



(!)) Sixteenth 

ib) Seventeenth 

Willow Avenue 

1700 Eighteenth 1701 

1800 Nineteenth 1801 

1900 Twentieth 1901 

e) Twenty-first (e) 

Jewett, W s Fourth bet 
Townsend and King W to 

Fifth 

John, W s (1211) Powell bet 
Jackson and Pacific W to 

Mason 

John (now Twenty-second), 
W s Potrero Avenue bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty- 
third W to Douglass 

Johnson Avenne, S s 

Point Lobos Av bet Parker 
Av and Henderson Av 

Johnson Place, S s Har- 
rison bet Spear and Main 

Johnston (now Ninth), S s 
Market SE to Mission Creek 
Jolce isee Prospect Place) 

Jones, N s Market bet 
Taylor and Leavenworth 
N to the bay 

East. Street. West side. 

2 Mkt and McAllister 1 



100 Tyler 
200 Turk 



McDermott Place 215 



300 Eddy 

400 EUis 
Antonio 

412 Steveloe 

500 O'Farrell 

600 Geai-y 

614 Cottage Place 

700 Post 

704 Lewis Place 

800 Sutter 

806 White Place 

900 Bush 

1000 Pine 



901 
1001 



1100 California 1101 

1200 Sacramento 1201 

Pleasant 

1300 Clay 1301 

1400 Washington 1401 

1500 Jackson 1501 

1600 Pacific 1601 

1608 Bernard 1607 

1700 Broadway 1701 

1800 Vallejo 1801 

MeiTiU 

1900 Green 1901 

Lincoln 

2000 Union 2001 

2100 Filbert 2101 

Valparaiso 

2200 Greenwich 2201 

2300 Lombard 2301 

Duane 

2400 Chestnut 2401 

2500 Francisco 2501 

Montgomery Av 

2600 Bay 2601 

2700 North Point 2701 

2800 Beach 2801 

(e) Jefferson (c) 

Jones Alley, N s (532) 
Washington bet Sansom 
and Montgomery N to 
Jackson 

Jones Place, N s Bryant 
bet Sixth and Seventh 

Josei>hine, N s Point Lo- 
bos Avenue bet Central Av- 
enue and Eugenie N to Lau- 
rel Hill Cemetery 

Joseph's Terrace, E s 

Stockton bet Lombard and 
Chestnut 

Joy, from California Ave- 
nue NAV to Brewster, B.H. 

Jnlla, S s Minna bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

Jnlia C'onrt, N s (28) O- 
FaiTell bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Jnlius, N s (322) Lombard 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Junction, or Dry, W s 

San Jos^ Road bet Twenty- 
ninth and Thirtieth W to 
Bellevue 

Juniper, S s (1417) Folsom 
bet Tenth and Eleventh 

K, SW s First Avenue bet 
J and L SW to Thirty-first 
Avenue, South S. F. 

K, W 8 Fourth Avenue bet 
J and L, W to the ocean. 
Outside Lands 

Kansas, from Mission Creek 
bet Rhode Island and Ver- 
mont S to Tulare 

Uappeler Court, W s 
(417) Mason bet Geary and 
Post 

Kate, S s Bryant bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

Kate, junction Market and 
Lagima W to Steiner 

Kearny, N s Market bet 
Montgomery and Dupont 

N to the bay 
East. .Street. WeM side. 

Market and Geary 1 



100 
116 
200 
218 
300 
4C0 
414 
500 
600 
632 
700 
720 
800 
900 

1000 
1013 



Morton 

Post 

Ver Mehr 

Sutter 

Hardie Place 

Bush 

Pine 

Summer 

California 

Sacramento 

Commercial 

Clay 

Merchant 

Washington 

Jackson 

Montgomery Av 

Pacific 

St. Charles 



301 
401 

501 
601 
627 
701 

801 
901 

1001 



1100 Broadway 1101 

1106 Dunn Alley 

1120 Hinckley 1121 

1200 Vallejo 1201 

St. Charles Place 1215 

1300 Green 1301 

1400 Union 14ul 

1500 Filbert 1501 

1600 Greenwich 1601 

1700 Lombard 1701 

1800 Chestnut 1801 

id) Francisco 1901 

id) Bay 2001 

(e) North Point (t) 

Kensington Place, W s 

Howard bet Nineteenth 

and Twentieth 
Kent, W s (1809) Mason bet 

Union and Filbert 
Kentucky, from the bay 

bet Illinois and Tennessee 

S to First Avenue 

Keyes Alley, N s (906) Pa- 
cific bet Powell and Mason 

Kimball, N s (1406) .Sacra- 
mento bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde 

King, W s Second bet 
Townsend and Berry SW 
to Eighth 

Northwest. Street. Southeast. 



2 


Second 
Olney Place 


1 


100 


Third 

Madden 

Haggin 


101 


200 


Fourth 


201 


300 


Fifth 


301 


400 


Sixth 


401 


500 


Seventh 


501 


le) 


Eighth 


(«) 



Kinc, N s Silver Avenue bet 
Holyoke and Hamilton 

Kisllng Place, N s Four- 
teenth bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

Kohler's Place, S s (319) 
Green bet Montgomery and 
Kearny 

Kosciusko, from Cortland 
Avenue S to Crescent Av- 
enue, B. H. 

Kossuth, E s Railroad Av- 
enue E to Chace 

Kramer Place, S s (505) 
Greenwich bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

L, SW s First Avenue bet K 
and M, SW to Twenty- 
seventh Avenue, South S. ^ 
F. 

L, W s Seventh Avenue bet 
K and M, W to the ocean, 
Outside Lands 

Lafayette, S s (1525) Mis- 
sion I et Eleventh and 
Twelfth S to Howard 

Lafayette Place, N s (420) 
Green bet Kearny and Du- 
pont N to Union 

Lafayette Park, bet 

Sacramento, Washington, 
Gough, and Laguna 
Laguna, N s Market bet 
Octavia and Buchanan N 
to the bay 

East. Street. West side. 

2 Market and Kate 1 

100 Waller 101 

200 Haight 201 

Rose Avenue 
300 Page 

Lilly Avenue 
400 Oak 

Hickory Avenue 
500 FeU 

Linden 
600 Hayes 

Ivy Avenue 
700 Grove 

Birch Avenue 



301 
401 



501 
601 



701 



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o 

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900 

1000 
1100 

1200 

1300 

1400 

1500 

1600 

1700 
1800 

r.too 

2000 
2100 
2200 
2300 
2400 
2500 
2i»0 
2700 
2800 
2900 

3000 

3100 
3200 
3300 
3400 
3500 
3r,00 
3700 
3300 
3'JOO 
U) 



Fulton 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 

Locust Avenue 

Tjler 

Turk 

Laurel Avenue 

E.idy 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 

Olive Avenue 

OFarrell 

MjTtle Avenue 

Geary 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 

Metcalf Place 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutcer 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

firetn 

I'nion 

(Jrisar 

Filbert 

Harry Place 

fireenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 

Bay 

North Point 

Ik-ath 

.Iftftrson 

Tomiuin 

Lewis 



801 

901 

1001 
1101 

1201 

1301 

1401 

1501 

1601 

1701 

1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 

3001 

3101 
3201 
3301 
34U1 
3501 

Sim 

3701 
3801 
3901 



Laid h'.v, from Thirtieth SE 
to Kairmount thence SW to 

CaMtro 

LaiiKfoii, Sg(llll) Howard 
Ixt Suveiith and Eighth 

Lark In, N h Market bet 
Hyde and Polk N to the 
l.aj 

E(Ut. Street. West aide. 

2 Market and Hayes 1 

Park Avenue 

100 (irove 101 

• Birch Avenue 

200 Full .11 201 
Ash Avenue 213 

»)0 M.Allistur 301 
Locust Avenue 315 

41 K) Tyler 401 
- - Elm Avenue 

r.00 Turk 501 
Lauri'l Avenue 

t;iM) K.My 601 
Willow Avenue 611 

lm Kills 701 

Olive Avenue 709 

800 OKarrcll 801 

Myrtle Avenue 813 

900 (ieary 901 

Cedar Avenue 91 1 

1000 I'oHt 1001 
— Walimt Avenue 1013 
llIM) Slitter llUl 
I'irii Avenue 

12WJ Hush 1201 

1206 Vorrath Place 

Austin 1209 

1300 Pino 1301 

14O0 California 1401 

1500 .Sacramento 1501 

1600 Clay \m\ 

1700 WiiKhliigton 1701 

1800 JiicksOu 1801 

IWM) Pacific I'JilI 

1910 Fri, dmaii Place 

2IKI0 Mr. Midway 2001 

ll:iiiilin Place • 

2100 Vallrjo 2101 

2200 (Jreeii 2201 

Hriwly Place — 

2300 Union 2301 

2400 Fllhert 2401 

2500 (Jreonwich 2501 

2()00 Lombard 2601 



2700 Chestnut 2701 

2800 Francisco 2801 

2900 Bay 2901 

3000 North Point 3001 

3100 Beach ' 3101 

(d) Jefferson 3201 

(e) Touquin (e) 

Laskio. N s (1230) Mission 
bet Eighth and Ninth 

Latham Flare, W s Ma- 
son bet Ellis and O'FarreU 

Lanra Plaoe, S s (335) Pine 
bet Sansom and Mont- 
gomery 

Laurel, N s California bet 
Locust and Walnut N to 
Presidio Reservation 

Laurel Avenue, W sLar- 

kiu bet Turk and Eddy 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklin 301 

(6) Gough ib) 

Jefferson Square 
((>) Octavia {h) 

600 Laguna 601 

700 Buchanan 701 

800 Webster 801 

Laurel Avenne, from 
Cortland Avenue S to Ben- 
ton Avenue, B. H. 

Laurel Place, W a (350) 
First bet Folsom and Har- 



Lav 


renee Place, 


E B 


(425) Fremont bet Harrison 


and Bryant 






Lea 


venworlh. 


Ns 


McAl- 


lister bet Jones 


and Hyde 


N 


to the Bay. 


[Several 


buildings in the 


vicinity of 


Broadway are 


ncorrectly 


numbered] 






Eust 


Street. 


West side. 


2 


McAllister 




1 


100 


Tyler 




101 


- — 


Burcham Place 




200 


Turk 




201 


300 


Eddy 




301 


400 


EUis 




401 


500 


O'FarreU 




501 


600 


Geary 




601 


700 


Post 




701 


800 


Sutter 




801 


9110 


Hush 




901 


1000 


Pine 




1001 


1010 


Pantam 







1100 


(!alifornia 




1101 


1200 


Sacramento 




1201 


1300 


<'lay 




1301 


1400 


Washington 




1401 


1500 


.lackson 




1501 


16110 


Pacific 




1601 





Lynch 




1609 


1614 


Itcniard 







1700 


Hi-oadway 
(Jlover 




1701 


1800 


Vallejo 




1801 


1900 


Green 




1901 




Lincoln 




, 


2000 


Union 




2001 





Havens 






2100 


Filbert 




2101 


22IX) 


Gruiiiwich 




2201 


2300 


Lomliard 




2301 


2400 


<'hestnut 




2401 


2500 


Francisco 




2501 


2600 


]{av 




2601 


2700 


North I'oint 




2701 




Montgomery Av 




2800 


Beach 




2801 


ie) 


Jefferson 




(.) 



Lee, from (lortlaijd Avenue 
S to San Bnmo Road, S s 
B. H. 

LeiUeHfhkrflT, N s Pine bet 

Hansom and Montgomery 
N to Clay 



East. Street. West side. 

(2) Pine (1) 

100 California 101 

Halleck 

200 Sacramento 201 

212 Commercial 213 

(«) Clay (e) 

Lena Place, E s Illinois bet 

Shasta and Napa 
L<'onore, E s San Bruno 

Road 4 miles from City Hall 

Leroy Place, S s (1319) Sac- 
ramento bet Jones and 
Leavenworth 

Lestra«le Place, N s (632) 

Pacific bet Kearny and Du- 

pont 
Lewis, W s Polk bet Ton- 

quin and the bay W to Pre- 

siilio Reservation 
Lc'^vis, from Bemis W to 

Castro 

Lewis Plaec.Ws (605) Tay- 
lor bet Post and Sutter W 
to Jones 

Liberty, N s Townsend bet 
Ritch and Crook 

Liberty, W s Valencia bet 
Twentieth and Twenty-first 
W to Castro 

Lick Alley, W s (56) First 
bet Jessie and Mission 

Lick Place, N s (12) Post 
bet Montgomery and Kear- 
ny N to Sutter 

Lida Place, N s Sixteenth 
bet Valencia and Mission 

Lilly Avenue, W s Frank- 
lin bet Page and Oak 

North. Street. South side. 

2 Franklin 1 

100 Gough 101 

200 Octavia 201 

300 Laguna 301 

400 Buchanan 401 

500 Webster 501 

Lima, Ns Filbert bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde 

Lincoln («et Buchanan) 

Lincoln, from North Av- 
enue E to Prentiss, B. H. 

Lincoln, W s Tayloi bet 
Green and Union W to 
Leavenworth 

Lincoln Place, E s (243) 
Fremont bet Howard and 
Folsom 

Lincoln Place, E s Hyde 

bet Union and Filbert 

Linden, W s (109) Van Ness 
Avenue bet Hayes and Fell 

North. Street. South side. 
2 Van Ness Avenue 1 
KXl Franklin 101 

200 Gough 201 

300 Octavia 301 

400 Lagima 401 

500 Buchanan 501 

600 Webster 601 

LoboM S<iuare, bet Lagu- 
guna, Welister, Chestnut, 
and Bay 

Locust, N B California bet 
Spruce and Laurel N to 
I'residio Reservation 

Locust Avenue, W s (315) 
Larkin bet McAllister and 
Tyler. 

North. Street. Sotith side. 

2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

2(10 Van Ness Avenue 201 

300 Franklin 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octavia 501 

600 I>agnna 601 

700 Buchanan 701 



Loni1>ard, W s Battery 
bet Chestnut and Green- 
wich W to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 

North. Street. South side. 



(d) 


Battery 


1 


100 


Sansom 


101 


200 


Montgomery 


201 




Webster 


. 


300 


Kearny 


301 





Good Children 




322 


Julius 





400 


Dupont 


401 





Ada 


411 


500 


Stockton 


501 




Lombard Place 


507 


600 


Powell 


601 





Chambers Place 




700 


Mason 


701 





Hartman 


705 


708 


Newell 
Montgomery Av 







Jansen 


713 


800 


Taylor 


801 


900 


Jones 


901 




Caroline 





1000 


Leavenworth 


1001 


1100 


Hyde 
Henry 


1101 


1200 


Larkin 


1201 


1300 


Polk 


1301 


1400 


Van Ness Avenue 


1401 


1500 


Franklin 


1501 


1600 


Gough 


1601 


1700 


Octavia 


1701 


1800 


Lagima 


1801 


1900 


Buchanan 


1901 


2000 


Webster 


2001 


2100 


Fillmore 


2101 


2200 


Steiner 


2201 


2300 


Pierce 


2301 


2400 


Scott 


2401 


2500 


Uevisadero 


2501 


2600 


Broderick 


2601 


2700 


Baker 


2701 


Loii 


ibard Place, S 


(507) 


Lombard bet Stockton and 


Po 


well 





Lott, N 8 Waller bet Lyon 
and Masonic Avenue N to 
Turk 

Louisa, E s (317) Fom-th 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

Louisa Alley, N s Louisa 
betHaywood and Elizabeth 

Louisiana, from the bay 
bet Maryland and Georgia 
S to First Avenue 

Luck, W 8 Orleans W to 

Berual 
Lucy, S s Waller bet Ma- 
sonic Avenue and Ashbury 

Liindy Lane from Virgi 
nia Avenue NE to Coso Av- 
enue, B. H. 

Lyncli, W s (1609) Leaven- 
woith bet Pacific and 
Broadway 

Lyon, Ns Haight bet Baker 
and Lott N to I'resiilio Re- 
servation 

Lyons, from California Av- 
eiuie S to Cortland Avenue, 
B. H. 

Ly.sett Place, S s (1311) 
Saci amento bet Jones and 
Leavenworth 

M, W 3 Sanchez bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty -third AV 
to Diamond 

Ttflf SW B First Avenue bet 
L and N SW to Twenty- 
Eighth Avenue, South S. 
F. 

.M, W 8 Seventh Avenue bet 
L anil N, W to the ocean, 
Outside Lands 

niac<-donlu, S s California 
Avenue S to Cortez, B. H. 

Madden, Sb Townsend bet 
Third and Foiu-th S to 
Berry 



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53 



Maieleii Laiio, N s (722) 
Vallejo bet Stockton and 
Powell 
Main. S s Market bet Spear 

and Beale SE to the bay 
Southirest. Street. Northeast. 
2 Ma.ket 1 

Meeks Place 

Main Street Place 



ion 


Mission 


101 


200 


H(/ward 


201 


300 


Folsom 
Rincon Court 


301 


400 


Harrison 


401 


(e) 


Bryant 


(f) 



Main Stj-«'e» Plafe, E s 

Main bet Market and Mis- 
sion 

Mai Vina Place, W s (1017) 
Mason bet Clay and Sacra- 
mento 

Maple, N s California bet 
Cherry and Spruce, N to 
Presidio Reservation 

Marengo, SE of San Bruno 
Road 4 milesfrom City Hall 

Mai'saret Place, N s (530) 
V^aliejo bet Kearny and 
Dupont 

Mai'saret Place, N s (14) 
Turk bet Mason and Taylor 

Marsary, S s M bet San- 
chez and Noe S to Clipper 

Maria, or Mary, E and W 
s Chesley bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Marin, from the bay bet 

Colusa and Tulare 

Mariposa, from the bay 
bet Santa Clara and Solano 
W to Harrison 

Mariposa Avenjie, N s 

Harrison bet Seventh and 
Eighth 

Market, junction Sacra- 
mento and East SW to 
Mission Dolores 
The want of uniformity 
in the numbers of Market 
Street Is occasioned by the 
ditfeience in the frontage of 
the blocks on the north-west 
and south-east sides of the 
street. 

Northv:e.it. Street. Southecist. 
2 East and Sacra- 



201 



900 
1000 



1200 
1300 



mento 
Steuart 
Spear 
Drumm and CaU 

fornia 
Main 

Davis and Pine 
Beale 301 

Fremont 401 

Front 

First 501 

Battery and Bush 

Ecker 527 
Sansom and Sut- 
ter 

Second 601 

Montgomery and 

Post 

New Montgomery 617 
Annie G39 

Kearny and Geary 

Third 701 

Floral Grove 

Dupont and O'Far- 

rell 

Fourth 801 

Stockton and Ellis 

Powell and Eddy 

Fifth 

Mason and Turk 

Sixth 

Taylor and Tyler 

Jones and McAJ 

lister 
Seventh 

City Hall Avenue 

Eighth 1201 



901 
1001 



1101 



Ninth 1301 

1600 Larkin and Hayes - — 

Tenth 1410 

1700 Polk and FeU 

Eleventh 1501 

1800 Van Ness Avenue 

and Oak 

Potter 1601 

1900 Franklin and Page 

1912 Rose Avenue - — 

Brady 1701 

2000 GoughandHalght 

Valencia 1801 

2100 Octavia and Wal- 
ler 

Hennann 

Pearl 

Guerrero 1901 

2200 Laguna and Kate 

Ridley 

Dolores 2001 

2300 Buchanan 

2400 Church and Foitf- 

teenth 2101 

2500 Sanchez and Fif- 

teentli 2201 

2600 Noe and Sixteenth 2301 
2700 Castro and Seven- 
teenth 2401 

Martha Place, S s (417) 
Geary bet Mason and Tay- 
lor 

Mary, S s (921) Mission bet 
Fifth and Sixth SE to How- 
ard 

Mary, or Maria, E and W 

s Chesley bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Mary Lane, S s (423) Bush 
bet Kearny and Dupont 

Maryland, from the bay 
bet Delaware and Louisia- 
na S to First Avenue 

Mason, N s Market bet Pow- 
ell and Taylor N to the bay 

Eiist. Street. 



2 
100 
200 



900 
1000 



1100 

1110 
1200 
1300 
1314 
1400 



Market and Turk 
Eddy 

Ellis 

Latham Place 

Dikeman Place 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Oak 

Kappeler Court 

Post 

Scheerer Place 

Sutter 

Delta Plsce 

Bush 

Pine 

Frank Place 

California 

Sacrfimento 

Ewer Place 

Malvina Place 

Dawson Place 

Clay 

Matthew Place 

Sheppard Place 

Washington 

Jackson 

John 

Pacific 



701 
801 

901 
1001 
1011 

1017 

1101 
1107 

1201 
1301 



1500 


Broadway 


1501 


1600 


Vallejo 


1601 


1700 


Gi'een 


1701 


1716 


Winter Lane 





IHOO 


Union 


1801 




Kent 


1809 


1900 


Filbert 


1901 





Valparaiso 


1911 


2000 


Greenwich 
Montgomery Av 


2001 


2100 


Lombard 


2101 


2200 


Chestnut 
Water 


2201 


2300 


Francisco - 
Vandewater 


2301 


2400 


Bay 


2401 


2500 


North Point 


2501 





Alaska Place 




2600 


Beach 


2601 


(e) 


Jefferson 


(e 



Masonic Avenue, N s 

Waller bet Lott and Ash- 
bury N to Point Lobos Av- 
enue 

Massachusetts, from the 
bay bet New york and 
Delaware S to First Avenue 

Massasoit, from Cortez, S 
E to Franconia Avenue, B. 
H. 

Mateo, W of Miguel from 
San Jost5 Road NW to 
Cherry 

Mattlnew Placc,Ws (1107) 
Mason bet Clay and Wash- 
ington 

Maxwell, N s Broadway 
bet Larkin and Polk N to 
Vallejo 

May Fl<»>ver, E s Rose- 
crans bet Calif orniaAvenue 
and Powhattan, B. H. 

McAllister, junction Mar- 
ket and Jones bet Fulton 
and Tyler W to Masonic 
Avenue 

North. St)-eet. South side, 
2 Market and Jones 1 

Park Avenue 

100 Leavenworth 101 

200 Hyde 201 

Brown Alley 

300 Larkm 301 

400 Polk 401 

500 Van Ness Avenue 501 
600 Franklin 601 

700 Gough 701 

800 Octavia 801 

900 Laguna 901 

1000 Buchanan 1001 

1100 Webster 1101 

1200 Fillmore 1201 

1300 Steiner 1301 

1400 Pierce 1401 

1500 Scott 1501 

1600 Devisadero 1601 

1700 Broderick 1701 

1800 Baker 1801 

1900 Lyon 1901 

2000 Lott 2001 

(e) Masonic Avenue (c) 
McClellan, from Califor- 
nia Avenue bet Lyon and 
Wool S to Cortland Ave- 
nue, B. H. 

Mct'orniScli, Ss(1421) Pa- 
cific bet Hyde and Larkin 
McWerniott Place, W s 

(215) Jones bet Turk and 

Eddy 

McLaren Lane, W s Fol- 
som bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth 

iMcLea Court, E s Ninth 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Menchain Place. S s Post 
bet Hyde and Larkin 

Mcars, N s Point Lobos Av- 
enue l)et Merrifield and 
First Avenue N to Laurel 
Hill Cemetery 

Medaii Place, N s (504) 
Filbert bet Dujiont and 
Stockton, N to Greenwich 

Meeks Place, W s Main 
bet Market and Mission 

Melius, W 3 Fremont bet 
Mission and Howard 

Mendocino, from the bay 
bet Calaveras and Plumas 
W to First Avenue 

Merce«l, S s Thirtieth nr 
Noe, S to Laidley, Fair- 
mount Tract 

Mercer, from Cortland Av- 
enue S to Crescent Avenue, 
B. H. 

Merchant, W a East bet 
Clay and Washington W to 
Kearny 



Norih. Street. South side. 
2 East 1 

(6) Drumm (b) 

[b] Davis ({,) 

300 Front 301 

400 Battery 401 

500 Sanson! 501 

600 Montgomery 601 

628 Dunbar Court ? — 

(f) Kearny (e) 

Merrifleld, N s Point Lo- 
bos Avenue bet Chase and 
Mears N to Laurel Hill 
Cemetery 

Merrill, Ns Silver Avenue 
bet Williamson and Goet- 
tingen 

Merrill , W s Jones bet Val- 
lejo anil Green W to Leav- 
enworth 

Merriniac, E s Tennessee 
nr South E to the Bay 

Metcalf Place, Ws Lagu- 
na bet Post and Sutter 

Metcalfe Place, N s (416) 
Geary bet Mason and Tay- 
lor 

Mexico, from the bay bet 
Alaska and Colorado S to 
India 

Michigan, from the bay 
bet Georgia and Illinois S 
to First Av 

Middle, N s Pine bet Web- 
ster and Fillmore N to 
Califoniia 

Midway East, N s Fran- 
' Cisco Ijet Dupont and Stock- 
ton N to the bay 

Mi«l«ay West, N s Fran- 
cisco bet Stockton and Pow- 
ell N to the bay 

Mi^nel, from Bemis near 
Fairmount SE to San Jose 
Road 

Miles Conrt, N s (832) Cal- 
ifornia bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Miles Place, Ns (928) Sac- 
ramento bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Miller Place, S s (827) Fol- 
som bet Foui'th and Fifth 
Mills Place, W 8 (219) Du- 
pont bet I^ost and Sutter 
Minna, W s (118) First bet 

Mission and Natoma 
Northwest. Street. Southeast. 
2 First 1 

100 Second 101 

New Montgomery 
200 Third 201 

300 Foiurth 301 

400 Fifth 401 

500 Sixth 501 

600 Seventh 601 

646 Julia 645 

700 Eighth 701 

(b) Ninth {b) 

(b) Tenth (6) 

1000 Eleventh 1001 

1020 Lafayette 1021 

(b) Twelfth [b) 

ib) Thirteenth (») 

1300 Fourteenth 1301 

(W Fifteenth {b) 

Minna Place, W s Beale 
bet Mission and Howard 

Minnesot.a, from the bay 
bet Tennessee and Indiana 
S to Tulare 

Minnie, S s Waller bet Ash- 
bury and Clayton 

Mint Avenne, N s Mis- 
sion bet Fifth and Sixth 
and W s Fifth bet Steven- 
son and Mission 

Mission, Ws East bet Mar- 
ket and Howard SW to 
Thirteenth thence S to 
Couny Road 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Northirtst. Street. SoutheaM. 1 
2 East • 1 ; 

(<•) Steuart (c) , 

100 Si-ear 101 

200 Main 201 

300 Beale 301 

400 Fremont 401 

50» First 501 

Ecker — — ; 

SuUivan Alley 537 

570 Anthony — — | 

600 Second 601 | 

New Montgomery 
650 Annie — — 

700 Third 701 

800 Fo.rth 801 

9W Fifth 901 

Mint Avenue 

Mary 921 

1000 Sixth 1001 

1100 Seventh HOI 

Mission Alley 

12iX) Eiglith 1201 

1230 Laskie -— 

1300 Ninth 1301 

Washington Av 1313 

Gninil Avenue 1323 

1400 Tenth 1401 

1500 Eleventh 1501 

Lafayette 1525 

1600 Potter 

West Mission 

Twelftii 1601 

Bond 

Thirteenth 1701 

1700 Ri'Uey — - 

Erie 1749 

1800 Fourteenth 1801 

l^K) Fifteenth 1901 

2000 Sixteenth 2001 

Goldman Place 2013 

2100 Seventeenth 2101 

2110 Cedar Lane 

2120 Willow Avenue 
22ijO Kiiihteenth 2201 

23.10 Nineteenth 2301 

24110 Twentieth 2401 

2.'>'J0 Twenty-first 2501 

C'lOO Twenty-second 2601 
2700 Twenty-third 2701 

•jHiK) Tweiitv-f.mrth 2801 
1 'j.KiO Twenty-tifth 2'M 

;kijO Twenty-sixth 3001 

MIsKl<in .ill«'.v, NW 8 
Mi'-siim bet Seventh and 
i:i^lit'ii N to .lessie 
IS iHsioii ami 4><'4-an 
Kt'iich Kir.ul. froniiunc- 
tii.ii of Markvl :ind Seven- 
teenth bW to Ocean View 
IfiMise 
MNslon iveniie, S8Sev- 
l •.i-i>iit!i I let Valencia and 
<;■• rrero 
MtvsiiMi B'liirr, (see Mea- 
( ham Place) 



VlisHloli IMiiza, liet Mib- 
Hiin and West Mission 
from Twelfth to Thii-teenth 

MisHlHHl|t|>K tTiim the hay 

1 M;t Pennsylvania and Texaii 

S to Tnlare 
^lUMMirl. from the hay bet 

Texas ancl Connecticut S to 

Tulare 
'>li»nr»t>. N s (tUO) Hushlxjt 

Stockton and Powell N to 

i'ine 
Moiltcnllll. from (^allfor- 

niii Avenue bet Wolfe and 

<',irtez I", to Isabel. H. JI. 

Moiitc/.iiliia, from Cf)»o 
Avonu.! K to Kolsom. II. H 

MoiltKOIIKT.V. Ns Market 

Ix't Sannom and Kearny N 

to the bay 

E-inl. Strrrl. n'lHl »iiU. 

2 Market and Post 1 

Sutter 101 

Hush 201 

Pine 301 

Sinnmer 319 

CalifoniiB 4lll 

.Sacranicnto f'Ol 

I'oiuinercial 513 



600 Clay 601 

622 Merchant bli 

700 Washington 701 

ie) Montgomerj- Av 

800 Jackson 801 

806 Gold — — 

900 Pacific 901 

Montgomery Court 91o 

1000 Broadway 1001 

Hinckley ^ 

1100 Viillejo 1101 

1112 Jackson Place — — 

1200 Green 1201 

Moulton Place 

1300 Vnion 1301 

Montgomery Place 1311 

1314 Alta Place 1315 

1400 Filbert 1401 

1500 Greenwich 1501 

1600 Lombard 1601 

(6) Chestnut 1701 

(fl Francisco (<•) 

Jlontaonn-ry Avenue, 

from NW cor Montgomery 
and Washington N W to the 
bay 
Northeast. Street. Soulh^cest. 
2 Mont and Wash 1 

100 Jackson 101 

Kearny 

200 Pacific 201 

210 Alder Place 

Duijont Alley 

300 Broadway 301 

Dujiont 
400 Vallejo 401 

Stockton 
500 (ireen 501 

600 Union 601 

Powell 
700 Filbert 701 

800 (Irccnwich 801 

Mason 
900 LonilKird 901 

1000 Chestnut 1001 

Tiiylor 
1100 Francisco 1101 

Jones 
1200 Bav 1201 

1300 North Point 1301 

Leavenworth 
1400 Beach 1401 

MonlsoiiuTj- <'onrt, W 

s 1015) Montgomery bet Pa- 
cific an 1 Broadway 

Moiituoim-ry Plare.Ws 
(1311) Montgomery bet Un- 
ion and Filbert 

Moore, N s Union bet Hyde 
and Larkin 

.Moore Plaec {ire Torrens 
Court) 

Morel IMaee, N s (1420) 
Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin 

Morey Alley, N s (730) 
Broadway bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Morse, N s (406) Bush bet 
Kearny and Dupont N to 
Pine 

Morne IMaiee, S s (1205) 
Broadway l>et Leavenworth 
and Hyile 

Morion (late St. Mark's 
PlactO. Ws (19) Kearny liet 
t;eary and Post W to Stock- 
ton 



MoHH, S s (1059) Howard bet 
Sixtii and Seventh 8E to 
Folsom 

.Monlt<»n, W s Buchanan 
bet Greenwich and Lom- 
bard W to Steincr 

Moulton riaee.WsMont- 

Koinery bet (Jreen and 
Union 

.Monltrlr, from Cortland 
Aven\ie t<.> Crescent Av- 
einie. B. H. 



Myrtle Avenue, W s (S13) 
Larkin bet OFarrell and 
Geary 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Larkin ,„} 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklin 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octuvia 501 

600 La«una 601 

X, SW 8 First Avenue bet 
M and P SW to Twenty- 
ninth Avenue, South S. P. 

X, W s Seventh Avenue bet 
M and < ), W to the ocean. 
Outside Lands 

Xaita (now Twentieth), from 
the bay bet Butte and Shas- 
ta W to Douglass 

Xaiioleon, from Orleans E 
to Riggs 

Xatoiun, Ws (146) First bet 

Mimaa and Howard 
Northi'-est. Street. Southeast. 
2 First 1 

100 Second 101 

New Montgomery 

(()) Third (W 

{!)) Fourth (b) 

400 Fifth 401 

500 Sixth 501 

600 Seventh 601 

700 Eighth 701 

(b) Ninth {'A 

900 Tenth 901 

1000 Eleventh 1001 

1018 Lafavette 1019 

(M Twelfth ('') 

(')) Thirteenth (b) 

1300 Foiuteenth 1301 

(b) Fifteenth (6) 

Xnvy (now Tiventy-sixth), W 

s York bet Twenty-fifth and 

Twenty-seventh W to Belle- 

vue 

X«'l»raska, from Mission 
Creek bet Vermont and 
Utah S to Colusa 

Xeerojxdls .4venMe,W8 

Dolores bet Sixteenth and 

.Seventeenth 

Nevada, from the bay bet 
Humboldt and Sonoma W 
to I'otrero Avenue 

Xevatia, S s Folsom bet 
Eleventh and IVelfth SE 
to Harrison 

Xew intliony, Ns Mis- 
sion bet First and Second 

Xew MonttfOMiery. S s 

Market bet Secoml and 
Third SE to Howard 
SuHthire.'it. Street. Northeont. 
2 Market 1 

Stevenson 15 

30 Jessie 29 

100 Mis.sion 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

(,•) Howard (O 

XeM OrleauH .iveniie, 

N s Green bet Leaven- 
worth anil Hyde 

Xew i'aellle, N s Mission 
bit Eighth and Ninth 



North. Street. 


South 


aide. 


2 


Harrison 




1 


100 


Folsom 
Shotwell 




101 


200 


Howard 
Capp 




201 


300 


Mission 

Jessie 

Stevenson 




301 


400 


Valencia 




401 


500 


Guerrero 




501 


600 


Dolores 




601 


700 


Chm-ch 




vol 


800 


Sanchez 




801 


900 


Noe 




901 


1000 


Castro 




1001 


1100 


Diamond 
Douglass 




1101 


X 1 n e t e e ii tli .4 venue. 


from Islais 


Crevk 


bet 


Eighteenth ai 


d Twentieth 


A% 


enues SE 


to the 


bay, 


South S. F. 






Xineleentli 


4 venue, N 


s 


W bet Eighteenth 


and 


Twentieth a 


enues 


.N to 


Presidio Rest 


rvation 


Gut- 


su 


e Lands 







100 



200 



300 
400 



New York, fnun the bay 
bet Virginia and Massa- 
chusetts S to First Av 

Newell. N s (708) Lombard 
bet .Mason and Taylor 

Newliall, W s Stockton bet 
Lombard and Chestinit 

Nineteenth (late Eaglcl.W 
B Harrison bet Eighteenth 
and Twentieth W to Doug- 
lass 



Xtntit (Lite Johnston), S s 

Market l>et Eighth and 

Tenth SE to Mission Creek 

Sovthirrst. Street. Northenat. 

2 Market 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 101 

Minna 
Niitoma 

Howard 201 

Tehama 
Clementina 
F' dsom 301 

Harrison 401 

McLea Court 
500 Brj-ant 501 

600 Brannan 601 

XIntli .4veitue, from I.-.- 
lais Creek bet Eighth and 
Tenth Avenues SE to the 
bay, .South S. F. 

Xintli .4 venue, N s P bet 

Eiglith and Tenth ave- 
nues N to Presidio Reser- 
vation. Outside Lands 

XoMIl Alley, E 8 (150C) 
l)\ipont bet liiiouand Fil- 
bert 

Xoble Alley (now Reed 
Place). S s (331) Green bet 
Montgomerj' and Kearny 

X«»l>le »Mae«-. W s (236) 
Third bet Tehama ami Fol- 
som 

Xoe, S 8 Ridley bet Castro 
and Sanchez 

Xoonan Alley, SsVallejo 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Xoonan Avenue, E (205) 

Eighth bet Howard nd 

Folsom 
Xornian, from Orleans E 

to Rhode Island nr Islais 

Creek 
Xortli .4 venue, from Coso 

Avenue SW to Holly Park, 

B. H. 
Xortli Park Lane, W s 

Second bet Bi-yant and 

Brannan 
Xortli INiInt, W s Kearny 

bet Bay and Beach W to 

I'residio Re.ser\'ation 



North. .Street. 

2 Kearny 

(<•) Dupont 

100 Stockton 

200 I'owell 

300 Mason 

400 Taylor 

500 Jones 



Suulh side. 

(<•) 
101 
201 
301 
401 
501 



Montgomery Av 
600 Leavenworth 601 



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55 



700 Hyde 701 

800 Larkin 801 

900 Polk 901 

Van Ness Avenue 
C> overnment Reser- 
vation 
140O Laguria 1401 

1500 Buchanan 1501 

1600 Webster 1601 

1700 PUuiore 1701 

1800 Steiner 1801 

1900 Pierce 1901 

2000 Scott 2001 

2100 Devisartero 2101 

2200 Broileriok 2201 

2300 Baker 2301 

JVortosi Court, S s Bran- 
nau bet Seventh and 
EifTlith 
Sfwrtoii Place, N s Filbert 
bet Montgomery and San- 
som 
K<trwlch, W s Folsom bet 
Jlontezuma and Prospect 
Avenue, B. H. 
Nj't', from CadwaUader N to 

Islais Creek 
0« W s Eighth Avenue bet 
i< an<l P, W to the ocean, 
Outside Lands 
0'< '<miifl 1 1'lace, N s Val- 
lejo bet PoweU and Mason 
O'Fii ri'Pl I, j unction Market 
and Dupont bet Ellis and 
Geary W to Calvary Ceme- 
tery 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Dup 1 

14 Bagley Place 

23 Julia Court 

100 Stockton 101 

200 Powell 201 

Carlos Place 219 

228 (iTarrell Alley — 
300 Mason 301 

Raphael Place 

400 Tavlor 401 
420 William ■ 



5U0 


Jones 


501 


GOO 


Leavenworth 


601 




Alia Court 





700 


Hyde 


701 


800 


Larkin 


801 


9U0 


Polk 


901 


1000 


Van Ness Avenue 


1001 


1100 


Franklin 


1101 


1200 


Gough 


1201 


1300 


Octavia 


1301 


1400 


Laguna 


1401 


1500 


Buchanan 


1501 


1600 


Webster 


1001 


1700 


Fillmore 


1701 


1800 


Steiner 


1801 


1900 


Pierce 


1901 


2000 


Scott 


2001 


2100 


Devisadero 


2101 


2200 


Broderick 


2201 


k) 


St. Joseph's Av 


(f) 


O'Farj'ell .Uley, N a 


(228) 


OJ'arrcU bet Powell 


and 


Mason 




OaJk 


, junction Market and 


Van Ness Avenue bet Page 


and Fell W to Stanyan 


North. Stro't. South side. 


2 


Mkt and Van Ness Av 1 


100 


Franklin 


101 


200 


Gough 


201 


300 


Octavia 


301 


400 


Laguna 


401 


500 


Buchanan 


501 


600 


Webster 


601 


700 


Fillmore 


701 


800 


Steiner 


801 


900 


Pierce 


901 


1000 


Scott 


1001 


1100 


Devisadero 


1101 


1200 


Broderick 


1201 


1300 


Baker 


1301 


1400 


Lyon 


1401 


1500 


Lott 


1501 


1600 


Masonic Avenue 


1601 


1700 


Ash)iury 


1701 


1800 


Clayton 


1801 


1900 


Cole 


1901 


2000 


Shrader 


2001 


(e) 


Stanyan 


(f) 



Oak, W s (409) Mason bet 
Geary and Post W to Tay- 
lor 

Oak <Jr«)vo Ai'eime, S s 

(953) Harrison but Fifth and 
Sixth SE to Bryant 

Ocean House and 
ISeacIl Koa«I, frm term- 
ination Point Lobos Ave- 
nue S and E to Ocean View 
House 

Ocean House Koad (Cen- 
tral), from McAllister SW 
to Ocean View House 

Ocean House Koad (Mis- 
sion), from Mission Dolores 
SW to Ocean View House 

Ocean House Koad (old), 
from San Jose Road nr In- 
dustrial School W to Ocean 
View House 

Octavia, N s Market bet 

Gough and Laguna N to 

the bay 

Enst. Street. ll'esJ side. 

2 Market and Waller 1 

100 Haight 101 

Rose Avenue 
200 Page 201 

Lilly Avenue 
300 Oak 301 

Hickory Avenue 
400 Fell 401 

Linden 
500 Hayes 501 

Ivy Avenue 
000 Grove 601 

Birch Avenue 
700 Fulton 701 

Ash Avenue 
800 McAllister 801 

Locust Avenue 
900 Tyler 901 

Jefferson Square 
1100 Eddy 1101 

Willow Avenue 
1200 Ellis 1201 

Olive Avenue 
1300 O'Farrell 1301 

Myrtle Avenue 
1400 Cieary 1401 

Cedar Avenue 
1500 Post 1501 

Walnut Avenue 
1600 Sutter 1601 

Fern Avenue 
1700 Bush 1701 

Austin 
1800 Pine 1801 

1900 California 1901 

2000 Sacramento 2001 

Lafayette Park 
2200 Washington 2201 

2300 Jackson 2301 

2i00 Pacific 2401 

2500 Broadway 2501 

2600 Vallejo 2-;01 

2700 Green 2701 

2S00 Union 2801 

Grisar 

2900 FDbert 2901 

3000 Greenwich 3001 

3100 Lombard 3101 

3200 Chestnut 3201 

3300 Francisco 3301 

Bay 

Government Reser- 
vation 
3800 Tonquin 3801 

(e) Lewis ie) 

Ohio, N s (418) Pacific bet 
Montgomery and Sansom 
N to Broadway 

Ohio, from the bay bet Wy- 
oming and Virginia, S to 
First Avenue 

Old JilJcliory, E s Laurel 
Avenue nr Crescent Ave- 
nue E to San Bruno Road 

Old San Jose Road, 

from junction Valencia and 
Twenty-second SWto Coun- 
ty Line 



Olive Avenue, Ws (709) 
Larkin bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklin 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octavia 501 

600 Laguna 601 

Olive t'ourl, S a Union 
bet Laguna and Buchanan 

Olnislead, Ws San Bnmo 
Koad S of Dwight, U. M. T. 

Olney I'laei', N s King 
bet Second and Third 

Oneida I'lace, S s (827) 

Sacramento bet Dupont 

and Stockton 

Oreaoii, W s East bet 

Washington and Jackson 

W to Battery 

North. Street. South side. 

2 East 1 

100 Druram 101 

200 Davis 201 

(b) Front (6) 

(f) Battery (c) 

Orleans, from Kansas Sto 
Islais Creek 

Orsenlus, from Byrne S to 
Salome 

Oxr«)rd, S s Silver Avenue 
Ijet Cambridge and Harv- 
ard, U. M. T. 

B*, SW s First Avenue bet 
N anil Q, SW to Thirtieth 
Avenue, South S. F. 

1*, W s Ninth Avenue bet 
and Q, W to the ocean. Out- 
side Lands 

FacifiC, Ws East bet .Tack- 
son and Broadway W to 
Larkin. From this point 
to termination of street is 
now called Pacific Avenue 

North. Street. South side. 



2 East 


1 


(c) Drumm 


{'•) 


100 Davis 


101 


200 Front 


201 


300 Battery 


301 


400 Sansom 


401 


418 Ohio 





500 Montgomery 


501 


600 Keaniy 


601 


Montgomery' Av 




632 Lestrade Place 





B.irtlett Alley 


641 


700 Dupont 


701 


706 Pacific Alley 





Sullivan Alley 


719 


722 Ellick Alley 





800 Stocktim 


801 


806 Virginia Place 





Virgirda 


815 


900 Powell 


901 


906 Keyes Place 


_ — 


922 Soott Place 





1000 Mason 


1001 


1016 Salmon 





Auburn 


1017 


1024 Himmelmann PI 





1100 Taylor 


1101 


1200 Jones 


1201 


1300 Leavenworth 


1301 


Burgoyne Place 


1307 


1400 Hyde 


1401 


1420 Morel Place 





McCormick 


1421 


F.rtirth Place 


1433 


(f) Larkin 


ie) 


Pacillc Alley, Na 


(706) 


Pacific bet D\ipout 


and 


Stockton 




Pad tie Avenue — 


That 


part of Pacific Street ex- 


tending from Larkin to 


First Avenue ; the , 


num- 


hers continue, however, in 


regular order from 


the 


couunencement of Pacific 


Street 





1500 Larkin 1501 

IGOO Polk 1601 

1700 Van Ness Avenue 1701 
1300 Franklin 1801 

1900 Gough 1901 

2000 Octavia 2001 

2100 Laguna 2101 

2200 Buchanan 2201 

2300 Webster 2301 

2400 Fillmore 2401 

2.500 Steiner 2501 

2000 Pierce 2601 

2700 Scott 2701 

2800 Devisadero 2801 

2000 Broderick 2901 

3000 Baker 3001 

3100 Lyon 3101 

3200 Central Avenue 3201 
3300 Walnut 3301 

3400 Laurel 3401 

3.500 Lociist 3501 

3600 Spruce , 3i;01 

3700 Maple 3701 

3800 Cherry 3801 

ie) First Avenue (i) 

I'ase, junction Franklin 
and Market bet Haight 
and Oak W to Stanyan 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Marlcet and Franklin 1 
100 Gough 101 

200 Octavia 201 

300 Laguna 301 

400 Buchanan 401 

500 Webster 501 

600 Fillmore 601 

700 Steiner 701 

800 Pierce 801 

900 Scott 901 

1000 Devisa'lero 1001 

1100 Broderick 1101 

1200 Baker 1201 

1300 Lyon 1.301 

1400 Lott 1401 

1500 Masonic Avenue 1501 
1600 Ashbury 1001 

1700 Clayton 1701 

1800 Cole 1801 

1900 Shrader 1901 

(e) Stanyan {e) 

Palmer, from junction 
Chencry and Miguel to 
Bartlett 
Panlaiu, Es (1010) Leav- 
enworth bet Pine and Cal- 
ifornia 
Park (now Twenty-fourth) 
W s Potrero Avenue bet 
Tweuty-third and Twenty- 
fifth W to Bellevue 

I'ark Avenue, S s McAl- 
lister bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth SW to Larkin 

Park Avenue, S s (969) 
Harrison bet Fifth and 
Sixth SE to Bryant 

Park Avenue, inclosing 
Holly Park SWs Benial 

Heights 

Park I>ane. S s South 
Park bet Second and Third 
S to Townsend 

Park I'lace, Es (313) Sec- 
ond bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

Parker Avenue, N s 

Fulton nr Shrader N to 
Point Lobos Avenue 

Patterson, E s Bernal 
Heights bet San Bruno 
Road and Eemal 

Paul. Ss Crescent Avenue 
nr San Bnino Road 

Pearl, S s Market bet Va- 
lencia and Guerrero S to 
Ridley 

Pennsylvania Avenue, 

from the liay bet Iowa and 
Mississippi S to Tulare 

Perlne, W s Steiner bet 
California and Sacramento 
W to Pierce 



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Perrr, W s Vaasar Place 
bet Harrison and Bryant 
W to Fifth 
JV"(>rfAir«t. Street. Southeatt. 
2 Vassar Place 1 

100 Third 101 

S-M Fourth 201 

(f) Fifth M 

Petalama A r e n n e . 
from Point Lobos Avenue 
nr Toll Gate 
PfellTer, W s Dupont bet 
Chestnut and Francisco W 
to Stockton 
Pierre. X s Waller bet 
Steiner and Scott X to the 
bay 
East. Street. 
2 Waller 
I 100 Haight 

2» Page 
! X<i) Oak 
I +10 FeU 
' 500 Hayes 

Alamo Square 
7iX) Fuitou 
i 8.XI McAllister 

i*»j T}-ler 
I U»jO Turk 
I II'JO Eddy 
I l^'tO Ellis 
1 13jU OFarrell 
' Elliot Park 

j 1400 Geary 

Hamilton Square 



Wett eidt. 
1 
101 
201 
301 
401 
601 



701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 



1401 



loOlt Po3t 

1600 Sutter 
i:iX» Bush 
1*jO Pine 
1*>3 California 

Penne 
2000 Sacramento 
2100 Clay 

Alta Plaza 
UO Jackson 
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1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 

2001 
2101 

2301 
24-51 
2501 
2001 
27.1 
2Sj1 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3301 
3401 
3501 
3^Jl 
37ul 
3S0I 
(f) 



3JoO North Point 
30 pO Beach 
37UJ Jefferson 
3&)0 Tonquin 

{'■) Lewis 
Pierre Row, S s fnion 

litt LniiKint and Stockton 
PikC'ir Wiiveply Place, 

N R (810) Sacrament<i bet 

lMiI>ont and Stockton N to 

^\■a.shington 
Pinrkiiey Place. N s 

(52"'i) Broadway hK.'t Kearny 

Bill L)uiMJUt N to Vallfjo 
Pine, junction Market and 

I)iiviB bet Bush and Cal:- 

fiimia W to Laurel Hill 

Cemetery 
Korth. Strert. S"ulh sitU. 
2 Market and Davis 1 



100 Front 

2'» Batttry 

300 Sansom 

Laura Place 

400 Montgomery 

Rum Alley 

IU;lden 

500 Kearny 

Morse 

Central Place 

520 St. Mary 

532 Quincy 

Goo Duixiut 

So|ihie Terrace 

700 Hti>c'Kton 

710 Prosi>ect Place 

Monroe 

8fJ0 Powell 

900 5Iason 

908 Jane Place 



111 
201 
3-11 
335 
401 
407 
435 
501 
505 
515 

527 

eoi 

701 

723 
801 
901 



lOO-J Taylor 100 

1100 Jonee HO 

Touchard Alley 

1200 Leavenworth 120 

13CP0 Hyde 130 

1400 Larkin 140 

1500 Polk 150 

1600 Van Ness Avenue 160 

17iX) Franklin 170 

1800 Gough ISO 

1900 Octaria 190 

2000 Laguna 200 

2100 Buchanan 210! 

2200 Webster 220 

Middle 

2300 Fillmore 230 

2400 Steiner 240 

2500 Pierce 250 

2-500 Scott 260 

2700 Devisadero 27o: 

2300 Bro.lerick 280 

2900 Baker 290 

3000 Lyon 300 

(e) Central Avenue ie[ 

Plnkham Place. W s 

Eighth bet Howard and 
t uisom 

Pioneer Park, Telegraph 

Hill 

Plxley, W s Fillmore bet 
F.lbe'rt and Greenwich W 
to Steiner 

Plcn.snnt. W b (1115) Tay- 
lor bet Sacramento and 
Clay W to Jones 

PlnniaSf from the bay bet 
Mendocino and Fresno W 
to Fiist Avenue 

Pocahontas. N s Califor- 
nia Avenue nr Lyon N to 
North Avenue, B. H. 

Point LoIkis Avenne or 
Toll It(>a<l. from termi- 
nation of Geary W to the 



Polk, N 8 Market bet Lai- 

kin and Van Ness Avenue 

N to the bay 

Eiut. Street. West side. 

2 Market and FeU 1 

100 Hayes 101 

Ivy Avenue 111 

200 Grove 201 

Birch Avenue 

300 Fulton 301 

Ash Avenue 

400 McAllister 401 

Locust Avenue 

500 Tyler 501 

Elm Avenue 

600 Turk 601 

Laurel Avenue 

700 Eddy 701 

Willow Avenue 

800 Ellis 801 

8'J6 Olive Avenue 807 

900 GFarrell 901 

908 Myrtle Avenue 909 

1000 Geary 1001 

1008 Cedar Avenue 1009 

1100 Post 1101 

Walnut Avenue 

1200 Sutter 1201 

1210 Fern AVenue 1211 

13>0 Bush 1301 

1314 Austin 1309 

14«0 Pine 1401 

1500 California 1501 

IGOO Sacramento ICOl 

1700 Clay 1701 

1300 Washington 1801 

1900 Jackson 1*)1 

2000 Paciflc 2001 

2100 Broadway 2101 

2200 Vallejo 2201 

Bonita 

2300 fireen 2301 

2400 Union 2401 

2500 Filbert 2501 

2600 Greenwich 2601 

2 00 Loni»)ard 2701 

2800 Chestnut 2801 

3900 Francisco 2901 



3000 Bay 3001 

3VjO North Point JSIOI 

3200 Beach 3201 

33X1 Jtffer?on 3301 

((i) Tonquin SiiOl 

(f) Lewis (e) 

Polk Lane, E s (1232) 
Stockton bet Pacific and 
Broa-iway 
Pollar«l Place. N s (520) 
Vallejo bet Kearny and 
Dupont 
Pollock, SW s Twenty- 
fourth Avenue bet Water 
Front and Von Schmidt 
SW to county line, South 
S. F. 
Porter, S a Crescent Av- 
enue bet Decatur and 
Bache 
Portsiuonth ^nare, 
bet Clay, Washington, 
Kearny, and Breuham 
Place 
Post, junction Market and 
Montgomery bet Geary and 
Sutter W to Central Av- 
enue 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Mont 1 

12 Lick Place 

100 Keaniy 101 
112 Gardner Alley 
2'jO Dupont 
300 Stockton 
400 PoweU 
500 Mason 
600 Taylor 
William 



700 Jones 

800 Leavenworth 

9O0 Hyde 

Meacham Place 

1000 Larkin 

1100 Polk 



1001 

1101 



1200 Van Ness Avenue 1201 



1300 Franklin 

1400 Gough 

1500 Octavia 

1600 Lacuna 

1700 Buchanan 

1800 Webster 

IHOO Fillmore 

2000 Steiner 

2100 Pierce 

2200 Scott 

2300 Devisadero 

2400 Bro'ierick 

2500 Baker 

2600 Lyon 

(f) Central Avenue 



1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
21ld 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
(0 



Post Ofllce l*laee. N s 

Washington bet Battery 
and Sansom 

Polrero Avenne, from 
Mission Creek l>et Utah 
and Hampshire S to Ser- 
pentine Avenue 

Potter, S s Market bet 
Elciventh and Biady SE 
to Mission 

Powell, N B Market bet 
Stockton and Mason N to 
the bay 

East. Street. West tide. 

2 Market and Eddy 1 



100 Ellis 

200 OFarrell 

300 Geary 

400 Post 

500 Sutter 

518 Ankeny Place 

600 Bush 

616 Fella Place 

700 Pine 

800 California 

900 .Sacramento 

1000 Clay 

1100 Washington 

1200 Jackson 

John 

1218 Caroline Place 

1300 Paciflc 

1400 Broadway 

1500 Vallejo 



101 
201 
301 
4iJl 
501 

601 

701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1211 

1301 
1401 
1501 



1600 Green 1601 

1700 Union 1701 

Montgomery Av 

ISOO Filbert 1&51 

lvX)0 Greenwich 1901 

2000 Lombard 2001 

2100 Chestnut 2101 

2200 Francisco 2201 

Vandewater 

2300 Bay 2301 

2400 NorthPoint 2401 

id) Beach 2501 

(c) Jefferson (f) 

Powell Avenne, W s Cal- 
lifomia Avenue W to San 
Jose Road 

Powbattan, from North 
Avenue E to Winslow, B. 
H. 

Pratt Tonrt, N s (812) Cal- 
ifornia bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Proclta Avenne, from 
San Jose Road nr Twenty- 
seventh E to San Bruno 
Road 

Prentiss, from California 
Avenue S to Cortland Av- 
enue, B. H. 

Presidio Road, from Lar- 
kin nr Pacific to the Pre- 
sidio 

Pretch, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles from City Hall 

Price, (now Eighth) S b 
Market bet Seventh and 
Ninth SE 

Priest, N s Clay bet Jones 
and Leavenworth N to 
W ashington 

Princeton, S s Silver Av- 
enue bet University and 
Amherst, U. M. T. 

Prliigle<"«nrt, NsGreen- 
wich bet Sansom and Mont- 
gomery 

Prospect Avenne, from 
Cortland Avenue NE to 
Coso Avenue. B. H. 

Prosi»ect Place, N s (710) 
Pine bet Stockton and 
Powell N to Clay 

Pnlaskl, from Cortland 
Avenue S to Crescent Av- 
enue. B. H. 

Pntiinnt, from Cortland 
Avenue S to Crescfciit Av- 
enue, B. H. 

Pnt7.in:in, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles from City 
Hall 

Q, SW 8 First Avenue, bet 
P and R SW U) Twenty- 
third Avenue, South .S. F. 

Q, W 8 Tenth Avenue bet P 
and R. W to the ocean, Out- 
side Lands 

Qnincy, N s (532) Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont N to 
California 

Qnincy Place, S s (527) 
Pine bet Kearny and Du- 
pont 

Qninn, W s Valencia bet 
Ridley and Fourteenth W 
to (iuerrero 

R, from Tslais Creek btt 
Q and S SW to Twenty- 
second Avenue, South S. 
F. 

R, W s Tenth Avenue bet (J 
and S.Wto the ocean. Gut- 
side Lands 

Railroad Avenne, E s 
Dolores l)ct .Seventtciith 
and Eighteenth 

Railroatl Avenne, from 
teniiination Kentucky SW 
to Bay View Park. South 
S. F. 



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BAilroad 4.veiine, from 1 Bnger. E of San Bruno 



Silver 



Islais Creek SW to 
Avenue , 

BiUHlal.'WsSan JoseEoad Knss, S s (1041) Howard bet 



Road 4 miles from City 
Hall 



nr Thirtieth W to Palmer 
K4tndall Plac* , S s Green- 
wich bet Learenworth and 

Hyde 
B^mdolpli, nr San Miguel 

rotation 
Bai>Itael Plaee, N s 

OTarrell bet Hason and 

Taylor 
Banitt'lt. S s 11127) Howard 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
Beo«l. X s Clay l>et Jones 

and Leavenworth > to 

Washington 
Boed Plaee. S s (331) 



Siith and Seventh 
Bnss Alley, X s Bush bet 

Slontgomery and Kearny 

Bm!«ell. W g Hyde bet 

Green and XTnion 
S, from Islais Creek bet R 
and T SW to Twentieth 
1 Avenue, South S. F. 

' S, W s Eleventh Avenue bet 
' R and T, W to the ocean, 
Outside Lands 
Sacramento, junction 
Market and East bet Cali- 
fornia and Clay W to First 
Avenue 



Green Ijet Montgomery and j ^'ortA. Street. South gide 



Kearny 
Bhode Island, from >Iis- ■ 

sion Creek bet L>eHaro and ■ 

Kansas S to Tulare j 

Bifhmond.Ws (211) Front ' 

bet California and Sacra- | 

mento '• 

Bickards. W s San Bruno 

Rrad 4 nules from City 

Hall 
Bidley. W s Mission bet 

Hermann and Fourteenth 
Bi@:?!«, from Xapoleon S to 

Sciineider 
BiiK-on Arenne, EsSee- y^ jiues x 

ond bet Brannan and Town- ] jq^q poweU 

send I GustavuB 

Bincon Court, W s Main i 1014 Tay 

lx:t Folsom and Harrison |"1100 Slason 

Bincon Place, S s (551) 
Harrison bet First and Sec- 
ond 

Bingold. W s Eighth bet 



Market and East 

100 Dmmm 

200 Davis 

300 Front 

400 Battery 

500 Sansom 

522 Leidesdorff 

600 Montgomery 

Webb 

700 Keamy 

800 Dupont 

810 Waverly Place 

Oneida Place 

Brooklyn Place 

900 Stockton 

934 Prospect Place 

928 Miles Place 



1114 Yerba Buena 

Cushman 

1200 Taylor 
1300 Jones 

Lysett Place 



Foisom and Harrison W to | 1320 Leroy Place 



Ninth j Golden Court 

Bitch, S s (HT) Foisom bet ! 1*00 Leavenworth 
Third and Fourth SE to , ]f^ ^^^ 
Townsend 
South\r€M. Street. Northeast. 
2 Foisom 1 

(b) Harrison (?>) 

200 Brvant 201 

300 Brannan 301 

{(] Townsend (e) 

Bitter. S s Harrison bet 
Seventh and Eighth 



1 

101 
201 
301 
4C'l 
501 
525 
601 
629 
701 
801 

827 
833 

901 
923 

1001 
1013 

1101 

1115 
1201 
1301 
1311 
1319 

1401 

1.501 
16Cd 
1701 



!»aino<iet, from California 
\venue bet Cortez and 
Calx)t SE to Franconia 
Avenue B. H. 

San Brnno Boad, from 
termination of Potrero 
Avenue S to the County 
Line 

San .lose Avenne, S s 
Twenty-second bet Valen- 
cia and Guerrero S to Thir- 
tieth 

San Jose Boad. or 
( oanty Boad, from 
termination Mission SW 

I to County Line 
San Luis Alley. S s (711) 

I Jackson bet Dupont and 
StocJiton 

San Misnel Station, 

San Jose Road 5 miles 
from City Hall 
Sancliez, S s Ridley bet 
Chirrch and Xoe 

Sansom. X s Market bet 
Battery and Montgomery 
X to the Bay 

East. Street. West side. 

2 Market and Sutter 1 



I 1900 Franklin 

1 2XiO CTOUgh 

I 2100 Octaria 

I 2200 Laguna 

i 2300 Buchanan 

I 2400 Webster 



BoacJU Alley, X s Filbert 2500 Fl^ore 



bet Taylor and Jones X to 

Greenwich 
Boanoke. from Old San 

Jose Road bet Mateo and 

Castro XW' to Bemis 
Bobbins Place.Xs Union 

bet Keamy and Dupont 

Bondel Avenue (or Place) 
S s Sixteenth bet Valencia 
and Mission S to Seven- 
teenth 

Bose, S s Chenery nr Castro 

Bose, S s Crescent Avenue 
S to Case 

Bose Avenne. XWs (1912) 
Market bet Haight and 
Page 

Xorth. Street. South side. 
2 Market 1 

100 Gcugh 101 

200 Octavia 201 

300 Laguna 301 

400 Buchanan 401 

500 Webster 501 



I 1500 Hyde 

1 1690 Larkin 

! 1700 Polk -^^, 

ISOO Van Xess Avenue IsOl i 
1901 ! 
20'jl 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2S01 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3301 
3401 
3501 
3S01 
3701 
3801 
3901 
(e) 



2o00 Steiner 

2700 Pierce 

2800 Scott 

2900 Devisadero 

3000 Broderick 

3100 Baker 

3200 Lyon 

33iXI Central Avenue 

34'JO Walnut 

3500 Laiuel 

3&00 Locust 

3700 Spruce 

3303 Maple 

3900 Cherry 

{e) First Avenue 



100 Bush 

200 Pine "AH i 

300 California 301 

312 Halleck 313 I 

4O0 Sacramento 401 | 

416 Commercial 417 

500 Clay 501 

514 Merchant 515 j 

600 Washington 601 

700 Jackson 701 | 

Gold 705 

800 Pacific 801 

900 Broadway 901 , 

1000 Vallejo 1001 

1100 Green 1101 ' 

1200 Tnion 12C'l 

Alta Place ' 

1300 Filbert 1301 ] 

1400 Greenwich 140^ ] 

(if) Lombard 1501 

(f) Chestnut (f) 

Santa Clara, from the 
bay bet Sixteenth and 
Mariposa W to Harrison 
Santa Eosa Avenue, Ws 
Masonic Avenue nr Point 
Lobos Avenue W to Odd 
Fellows' Cemetery 
Scheerer Place, W s 
Mason bet Post and Sut- 
ter 
Scbneider, from Islais 
Creek E to Seventh Av- 
enue 
Schuyler, from Cortland 
Avenue S to Crescent Av- 
enue, B. H. 
Scotland, Xs (724) FUbert 
between Powell and Ma- 
son X to Greenwich 
Scolt, X s Ridley bet Pierce 
and Devisadero X to the 
bay 



Sadowa, W sOld San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel feta- 
tion 

SaUnas Avenue. W s 

Railroad Avenue bet Thir- 
ty-third and Thirty-fourth 
avenues W to San Bruno 
Road 
Salmon. X s a016) Pacific 
bet Mason and Taylor X to 
Broadway 



1900 Pine 1901 

2000 California 2001 

21'^J Sacramento 2101 

2200 Clay 2201 

23!W Washington 2301 

2400 Jacksun 2401 

2500 Pacific 2501 

2600 Broadway 2601 

2700 VaUejo 2701 

2800 Green 2801 

2900 Union 2901 

3000 FUbeft 3001 

31CH) Greenwich 3101 

3200 Lombard . 3201 

3300 Chestnut 3301 

31O0 Francisco 3401 

3500 Bay 3501 

' 3600 Xorth Point 36(d 

3700 Beach 3701 

! 3800 Jefferson 38Cd 

' 3900 Tonouin 3901 

1 (c) Lewis (<•) 
; Scott, from Xorth Avenue 

I S t<i Cortland Avenue, 
I B. H. 

! ScoU Avenue, from Sp- 

ver Avenue SE to Eail- 

I road Avenue, South S. F. 

I Scott Place. X s (922) Pa- 
cific bet Powell and Mason 

I Second. S s Market bet 

I First and Third SE to 
I the bay 

Southire.^t. Street. Northeast. 

I 2 Market 1 

I 20 Stevenson 21 

26 Jessie W 

100 Slission 101 

I 118 Minna H? I 

138 Xatoma 13/ 

I 2'X) Howard 2til \ 

218 Tehama 219 ' 

, (?)) Clementina 233 

300 Foisom 301 

Park Place 313 

' 323 Vernon Place ■ 

400 Harrison 401 

i 428 SUver 

I 500 Bryant 501 

1 516 South Park 

L DeBoom 533 

) 1 600 Brannan 601 

Rincon Avenue 

700 Townsend 701 

{e\ Berry M 

Second Avenue, from Is- 
lais Creek bet First and 
Third Avenues SE to the 
bay. South S. F. 
Second Avenue, X s J 
bet First and Third avenues 
X to Presidio Reservation, 
Outside Lands 
Second Avenne, S s Six- 
teenth bet Valencia and 
Guerrero S to Seventeenth 

Selina Place, X s (716) 
California bet Dupont and 
Stoclrton 

Serpentine Avenne, 

from Mission nr Twenty- 
sixth E to San Bruno Road 



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Boserran<i. from Califor- I S:ilmon Phice. E s I^- 

nia S to Powhattan, B.H. j kin bet Broadway and \ al- 

Boss, X s (S2S) Washington I , / _ «>,„_„ vr ^rnvn 
bet Dui^nt and Stockton ' >^^^^-^,'^tr%l^^ 

Botrland .Uley. S s t.io;- rv»<.v 

Broadwav bet Montgomery Salome, from Islais LTeefc. 
and Kea^v , XE to Baker Avenue 



l^ist. Street. 

2 Ridley 

100 WaUer 

200 Haight 

300 Page 

400 Oak 

, 500 FeU 

I 6O0 Hayes 

I 700 Grove 

SCO Fulton 

I 900 McAllister 

i 1000 Tyler 

j 1100 Turk 

1200 Eddy 

I 1300 Ellis 

I 1400 OFarrell 

I EUiot Park 

1 1500 Geary 

: 1600 Post 

' 1700 Sutter 

I ISOO Bush 



\ Seventeenth, Qate Cor- 

bettl W s Harrison bet 

w,^t »f/f^ Sixteenth and Eighteenth 

Wf*t<f<a«. Ts- to Douglass 

101 North. Strfct. South side. 

201 2 Harrison 1 

301 100 Foisom 101 

401 Shotwell 

501 200 Howard 201 

601 220 Capp 219 

701 300 Mission 301 

801 318 Hoii Avenue 

901 400 Valencia 401 

1001 Second Avenue 

1101 Mission Avenue 431 

1201 500 Guerrero 501 

1301 600 Dolores 601 

1401 Alemany 

700 Church 701 

1501 800 Sanchez 801 

1601 900 Xoe 901 

1701 1000 Castro 1001 

1801 I Sherman 



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Diamond 
Eureka 
Douglass 
Seventeenth Avcnne, 

from Islais Creek bet Six- 
teenth and Eifhteeuth 
Avenues, SE to the bay, 
South S. F. 

Seventeenth Avenne, 

N s W bet Sixteenth and 
Eii'hteenth avenues N to 
Preildio Reservation, Out- 
si'le Lands 

Seventh, (late Harris) S 
s Market bet Sixth and 
Eighth SE to junction Ken- 
tucky and Butte 

SouthireM. Street. Northeagt. 






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12 Stevenson 11 

38 Jessie 

100 Mission 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

200 Howard 201 

300 FoUom 301 

306 DnuT Lane 

Cleaveland 

Harrison 401 

500 Brjant 501 

600 Brannan 601 

700 Townsend 701 

King 

800 Berry 801 

Channel 

Hooiter 901 

Irwin 

HubbeU 1001 

South 

Seventh Avenne, from 
Islais t'reek liet Sixtli and 
Eighth Avenues SEtothe 
bay. South S. F. 

Seveutii Avenue, N s N 

bet Sixth and Eighth av- 
enues X to Presidio Reser- 
vation, Outside Lands 

SevMiour Avenne, N s 

Tyler bet Scott and Dovi- 

sadero N to Turk 
ShnkHiieare, from Isabel 

S to Uoih;, B. H. 
Slliiron, S B Fifteenth bet 

Church and Sanchez S to 

Seventeenth 
Shuri* l*luee. S 8 Union 
, bet iKjavenworth and 
j Hyde 
I ShiiHlji, from the bay 1x:t 

Sierra and Napa \V to Po- 

truro Avenue 
; S h e p n a r 4l Flaee, E b 
I (lUu) Mason bet Clay and 
j Washington 

Slierlilail, E s Tenth bet 

I Kolsoui uiid Harrison 
. Sherman, 8 s (1039) Fol- 
I Koni l«a Sixth and Seventh 
' Sherman. S g Ellis bet 

W.'l.stiT and Filinioro 
Sherman, S r Seventeenth 

bet <'ustrn and Uiauiond 

.S to Twenty second 
Sherwootl Plaee, E a 

(1311 Third bet Minna and 

Howaril 

Skl|>, SW B Fifth Avenue 
iKt Dock and A SW to 
c<Muity line. South S. F 

Shipley, E « (313) Sixth 

bet I'dlsom and Harrison 

Sholweli, S B FourU-enth 

liet Howard anil Kulsoni S 

to Serpentine Avenue 

WfMl. Street. E<ut aidf. 

2 Fourteenth 1 

100 Fifteenth 101 

200 Sixt<-inth 201 

Seventeenth 301 

I'.ik'ht.-iiith 401 

Nin.te.iith 601 



300 
4'K) 
.VH) 
600 Twentieth 



601 



700 Twenty-first 701 

800 Twenty-second 801 

9«XI Twenty-third 901 

1000 Twenty-fourth 1001 

IICO Twenty-fifth 1101 

1200 Twenty-sixth 1201 

(c) Serpentine Avenue (e) 

Shrader, N s Waller bet 
Co'.e and Stanyan N to 
Fulton 

SieRel, from California Av- 
enue S to Cortland Av- 
enue. B. H. 

Sierra, from the bay bet 
Shasta and Humboldt W 
to Potrero Avenue 

Silllman, W g San Bruno 
Road bet Silver Avenue 
and Henry, U. M. T. 

Sliver, Ws (428) Second 
bet Harrison and Bryant 
W to Fourth 

Northtrtnt. Street. Southeast. 
2 Second 1 

100 Third 101 

(e) Fourth (c) 

Sliver Avenne, from San 
Bruno Road 4 miles from 
City Hall W to Harvard 
and E to Eighteenth Av- 
enue 

Siiunions, (now Sixth) S s 
Market bet Fifth and Sev- 
enth SE to the bay 

SinipKou Plaee, W s (416) 
First bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Sixteenth, Gate Center) 

from the bay W to Castro 

North. Street. South side. 



2 
100 
200 

300 
400 
500 



1100 



Illinois 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Sixth 

Minnesota 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Burke 
600 Pennsylvania Av 

West El Dorado 

Seventh 
700 Mississippi 
800 Texas 

South 
900 Missouri 
000 Connecticut 

HubbeU 

Arkansas 

Eighth 

Wisconsin 

Carolina 

De Haro 

Rhode Island 

Kansas 

Vennoiit 

Nebraska 

I'tuh 



901 
1001 

1101 

1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
16(11 
1701 

ism 

1901 



1200 
13(W 
14IW 
1500 
1000 
1700 
1800 
1900 

axx) 

2100 Jersey 
2200 Hampshire 
2300 York 

Florida 

('olunibia 

Harrison 

Folsom 

ShotweU 

Howard 

Cajp 

Mission 

First Avenue 

Hoir Avenue 

Lida Place 

Rondel Avenue 

Valencia 

Second Avenue 

Oucrrero 

Calindo Alley 

Dolores 3201 

Church 3301 

Sanchez 3401 

Noe and Market 3501 

Castro 



2400 
2500 
2600 
2700 

2800 

2900 



3000 

3100 

3200 
3300 
3t00 
3600 



Potrero Avenue 2001 
2101 



23tn 
24«1 
2501 
2001 
2701 

2801 

2901 



3001 
3101 



Sixteenth Avenne. 

from Islais Creek bet Fif- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Avenues SE to the bay. 
South S. F. 

Sixteenth Avenne, N s 

W bet Fifteenth and Sev- 
enteenth avenues N to Pre- 
sidio Reservation, Outside 
Lands j 

Sixth, (late Simmons) Ss 
Market bet Fifth and Sev- 
enth SE to the bay 
Southii-eM. Street. Northeast. 
2 Market 1 

16 Stevenson 17 

28 Jessie 29 

100 Mission 101 

112 Minna 113 

{Ij) Natoma 125 

200 Howard 201 

ib) Tehama 211 

{b) Clementina 227 

300 Folsom 301 

(ft) Shipley 313 

Clara 329 

400 Harrison 401 

500 Bryant 501 

600 Brannan 601 

Bluxome 

700 Townsend 701 

King 
800 Berry 801 

Channel 
900 Hooper 901 

Irwin 
1000 HubbeU 1001 

South 

Sixth Avenne, from Is- 
lais Creek bet Fifth and 
Seventh Avenues SE to the 
bay. South S. F. 

Sixth Avenne. N b K bet 

Firth and Seventh avenues 
N to Presidio Reservation, 
Outside Lands 
S^tlaiio. from the hay bet 
Mariposa and Butte W to 
Harrison 

Sonoma, from the bay bet 
Nevada and Yolo 

Sonoma or Son ora 

I'laee, N s (406) tJreen 
bet Kearny and Dupont 

Sophie Terraee, Xs 

Pine l»et Dupont and 
Stockton 

Sonth, Ws Kentucky nr 
HubbeU SW to Center 

Sonth Avenne, from 
Crescent Avenue NE to 
Holly Park, B. H. 

Sonth Park, W s (516) 
Second bet Brjant and 
Br.innau W to Third 

Sonth Park Alley, E s 

(5371 Tliird bet South Park 
ami Brannan 

Sonth Park Avenne, S 

s Brannan \nit Second and 
Third 

SparkH (now Fifteenth), W 
s Harrison bet Fourteenth 
and Sixteenth W to Castro 

Spear, S s Market bet Steu- 

iut and Main SE to the bay 

NnrthveM. Street. Southeast. 

2 Market 1 

Hodges Court 

100 Mission 101 

200 Howard 201 

300 Folsom 301 

400 Harrison 401 

(-•) Br>ant (f) 

Snoflror<l, N s (828) Clay 
net Wavorly Place and 
Stockton N to Washington 

SprlnR, 8 B (531) California 
net Montgomery and Kcar- 



Sprnee, N s California bet 
Maple and Locust N to 
Presidio Reservation 

St. Charles, E s (1018) 
Kearny bet Pacific and 
Broadway 

St. Charles Plaee, W s 

(1215) Kearny bet VaUejo 
and Green 

St. .lames Alley, E s Ma- 
son bet Post and Sutter 

St. JosephVs Avenne, N 

B Turk bet Broderick and 
Baker N to Geary 

St. Mark Plaee (now Mor- 
ton). W 8 (19) Kearny bet 
Gearj- and Post W to Stock- 
ton 

St. Mary, N s (520) Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont N to 
California 

St. Rose (See Santa Rosa 
Avenue) 

St. Tineent.orVineent. 

N s (316) Green bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny N to 
Union 

Standish. from California 
Av S to Powhattau. B. H. 

St.inrord. S s (311) Bran- 
nan bet Second and Third 
SE to Townsend 

Stanly Court. E s Stanly 
Place bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Stanly Plaee. S s (557) 
Harrison bet First and Sec- 
ond SE to Brj-ant 

Stanyan. S s Fulton W of 
Shrader 

Star, from California Ave- 
nue SE to Francouia Ave- 
nue, B. H. 

Steiner, N s Ridley bet 
FiUmore and Pierce N to 
the bay 



J5;(i*f. Street. 

2 Ridley 

100 Kate 

200 WaUer 

300 Haight 

400 Page 

500 Oak 

600 FeU 

700 Hayes 

800 Cirove 

900 Fulton 

1000 McAllister 

1100 Tyler 

1200 Turk 

1300 Eddy 

1400 Ellis 

B>-ington 

1500 OFarrell 

EUiot Park 

1600 (Jeary 

1700 Post 

1800 Sutter 

1900 Bush 

Wildey 

2000 Pine 

2100 California 

Ferine 

2200 Sacramento 

230O Clay 

2400 Washington 

2500 Jackson 

2600 Pacific 

2700 Broadway 

2800 VaUejo 

2900 Green 

3000 I'nion 

3100 Filbert 
Pixley 

3200 Greenwich 

Moulton 

3300 Lombard 

3400 Chestnut 

3500 Francisco 

3600 Bay 

3700 NorthPoint 

3800 Beach 



Il'eif side. 
1 

201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 

1501 

15(13 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 

2001 
2101 

2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 

3201 

3301 
3401 
3501 
3601 
3701 
3801 



BULLOCS Si JONES, 105 Montgomery Street, Novelties in Men's Hosiery. 



Gentlemen's PumisMng Goods, at GEO. LOOMIS', 70S to 716 Kearny St 



SAN FRANCISCO STREET DIRECTORY. 



59 



3900 Jefferson 


3901 


4000 Tonciuiu 


4001 


le) Lewis 


ie) 



Stenart, S s Market bet 
East aud Spear SE to the 
bay 

SuutJiire.st. Street. Northeast. 
2 Market 1 

100 Mission 101 

200 Howard 201 

300 Folsoni 301 

ie] Harrison (e) 

St«veloe, E 8 (412) Jones 
bet Ellis and OFarrell 

Stevenson, W s (22) First 
bet Market and Mission 
SW to Twenty-first 
Nurthivcst. Street. Southeast. 

2 First 1 
Ecker 

100 Second 101 
(6) New Montgomery {h) 

200 Third 201 

((-) Fourth (b) 

400 Fifth 401 

500 Sixth 501 

600 Seventh 601 

700 Eighth 701 

800 Ninth 801 

(f;) Tenth (6) 

{!}) Eleventh (6) 
Potter 
Brady 
Crocker 
Hermann 

(6) Twelfth (b) 

(b) Thirteenth {b) 

(6) Fourteenth ib) 

lb) Fifteenth (b) 

(b) Sixteenth {h) 

(b) Seventeenth {b) 
WiUow Avenue 

1700 Eighteenth 1701 

1800 Nineteenth 1801 

1900 Twentieth 1901 

(e) Twenty-first (e) 



Stevenson Avenue, 


E 6 


Valencia bet Brady 


and 


Hermann 




Stockton, N s Market bet 


Dupont and PoweU N to 


the bay 




EdM. Street. West 


side. 


2 Market and KlliR 


1 


100 OFarreU 


101 


200 Geary 


201 


212 Morton 


. 


3W Post 


301 


308 Stockton Place 





400 Sutter 


401 


500 Bush 


501 


508 Emma 


. 


600 Pine 


601 


700 California 


701 


Emmet Place 


709 


800 Sacramento 


801 


900 Clay 


901 


1000 Waslungtoa 


1001 


1100 Jackson 


1101 


1200 Pacific 


1201 


1232 Polk Lane 





1300 Broadway 


1301 


1400 VaUejo 


1401 


Card Alley 


1413 


Montgomery At 




1500 Green 


1501 


1600 Union 


1601 


1700 Filbert 


1701 


1800 Greenwich 


1801 


1900 Lombard 


1901 


Newhall 




Joseph's Terrace 





2000 Chestnut 


2001 


Pfeitfer 





2100 Francisco 


2101 


2200 Bay 


2201 


2300 North Point 


2301 


(e) Beach 


(f) 



Stockton Pla«e,W s (213) 
Dupont bet Post and Sutter 
W to Stockton 

Stone, N s (913) Washing- 
ton bet Stockton and 
Powell N to Jackson 



Strfnchsini, from Islais 
Creek W of Adele S to 
Hecker 

Sullivan, E and W s 

Stanyan bet Grattan and 
Carl 
Sullivan, from Cortland 
Avenue S to Crescent Ave- 
nue, B. H. 

Sullivan Alley, N s (720) 
Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton N to Pacific 

Sullivan Alley, S s (537) 
Mission bet First and Sec- 
ond 

Sullivan Alley, W s 
(1U21) Dupont bet Jackson 
aud Pacific 

Summer, W s (319) Mont- 
gomery bet Pine and Cali- 
fornia W to Kearny 

Sumner, S s California 
Avenue bet Rosecraus aud 
Prentiss S to Powhattau 

Sumner, S s (1159) How- 
ard Vjet Seventh and Eighth 

Sutter, junction Market 

and Sansom bet Post and 

Bush W to Laurel Hill 
Cemetery 

North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Sansom 1 

100 Montgomery 101 

106 Trinity 

Lick Place 111 

200 Kearny 201 

204 Clara Lane ■ 

300 Dupont .;301 

400 Stockton 401 

500 PoweU 501 

Delaware Court 

600 Mason 601 

700 Taylor 701 

800 Jones 801 

900 Leavenworth 901 

1000 Hyde 1001 

1100 Larkin 1101 

1200 Polk 1201 
1300 Van Ness Avenue 1301 

1400 Franklin 1401 

1500 Gough 1501 

1600 Octavia 1601 

1700 Laguna 1701 

1800 Buchanan 1801 

1900 Webster 1901 

2000 Fillmore 2001 

2100 Steiner 2101 

2200 Pierce 2201 

2300 Scott 2301 

2400 Devisadero 2401 

2500 Broderick 2501 

2600 Baker 2601 

2700 Lyon 2701 

(e) Central Avenue (e) 

Swan, from Bemal SW to 
junction Marengo and Ber- 
nal 
Sweeney, W s San Bruno 
Road 4" miles from City 
HaU 
Sweet, N s Broadway bet 
Taylor and Jones N to 
VaUeio 
T, from IslaiB Creek nr S 
SW to Tenth Avenue, 
South S. F. 
T, W s Twelfth Avenue bet 
S and U, W to the ocean. 
Outside Lands 
Tay, N s (1014) Sacramento 
bet PoweU aud Mason N 
to Clay 
Taylor, N s Market bet 
Mason and Jones N to the 
bay 
East. Street. West side. 
2 Market and Tyler 1 
100 Turk 101 
209 Eddy 201 
300 Ellis 301 
400 O'Farrell 401 
500 Geary 501 
504 Oak 



516 Taylor PI 

Adelaide Place 517 

600 Post 601 

— — Lewis Place 605 

700 Sutter 701 

800 Bush 801 

900 Pine 901 

90S Villa Place 

1000 California 1001 

1100 Sacramento 1101 

Pleasant 1115 

1200 Clay 1201 

1300 Washington 1301 

1400 Jackson 1401 

1500 Pacific 1501 

Bernard 1535 

1600 Broadway 1601 

Falcon Place 

1700 VaUejo 1701 

1800 Green 1801 

Lincoln 

1900 Union 1901 

2000 Filbert 2001 

2012 Valparaiso 

2100 Greenwich 2101 

2200 Lombard 2201 

Montgomery Av 

2300 Chestnut 2301 

Water 

Houston 

2400 Francisco 2401 

Vandewater 

2500 Bay 2501 

2600 NorthPoint 2601 

2700 Beach 2701 

(e) Jefferson (c) 
Taylor Place, E s (516) 

Taylor bet Geary and Post 

Teliama, W s (220) Fiist 
bet Clementina and How- 
ard 

Northwest. Street. Southeast. 
2 First 1 

100 Second 101 

200 Third 201 

300 Fourth 301 

400 Fifth 401 

(b) Sixth (6) 

(b) Seventh (b) 

700 Eighth 701 

(b) Ninth (b) 

Tehama, S s Montezuma 
S to Prospect Place, B. H. 

Tehama Place, E s (223) 
First bet Howard and I'ol- 
som 

Telegraph Place, N s 
(432) Greenwich bet Kearny 
and Dupont 

Teiuple, (now Twenty- 
fifth) W s Potrero Avenue 
bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-sixth 

Tennessee, from the bay 
bet Kentucky and Minne- 
sota S to Tulare 

Tenth, (late Thome) S s 
Market bet Ninth and 
Eleventh SE to Mission 
Creek 

South/rest. Street. Northeast. 

2 Market 1 

100 Mission 101 

200 Howard 201 

Warren Avenue 225 

300 Folsom 301 

Sheridan 

400 Harrison 401 

500 Bryant 501 

Tenth Avenue, from Is- 
lais Creek bet Ninth and 
Eleventh Avenues SE to 
the bay, South S. F. 

Tenth Avenue, N s Qbet 
Ninth and Eleventh ave- 
nues N to Presidio Reser- 
vation, Outside Lands 

Terrace View, S s Fran- 
cisco bet Kearny and Du- 
pont 

Tevis, from Water Front 
nr Eleventh Avenue, SW 
t'} county line, South S. F. 

TevIs, S s King bet Third 
and Fourth S to Berry 



Texas, from the bay bet 

Mississippi and Missouri S 

to Tulare 

Third, Sb Market bet 

Second and Fourth SE to 

the bay 

Southwest. Street. Northeast. 

2 Market 1 

20 Stevenson 19 

(b) Jessie 37 

100 Mission 101 

118 Minna 117 

Sherwood Place 131 

138 Everett 

Hunt 145 

200 Howard 201 
224 Teliama 223 
236 Noble Place 

(b) Clementina 247 

300 Folsom 301 

Verona Place 337 

400 Jfon-ison 401 

418 Perry 417 

436 Silver 435 

500 Brvant 501 

South Park 519 

South Park Alley 537 

600 Brannan 601 

700 Townsend 701 

ICing 
800 Berry 801 

Channel 
Third Avenue, from Is- 
lais Creek bet Second and 
Fourth Avenues SE to the 
bay. South S. F. 
Third Avenue, N s J bet 
Second and Fourth avenues 
N to Presidio Reservation.. 
Outside Lands 



Thii 


•leenfh (late I 


:Uen), 


SE 


s Jlission bet Twelfth 


and Fourteenth 




South. Street. North Side. 


?. 


Mission 


1 


100 


Howard 


101 





Isis 
Bernice 




200 


Folsom 
Treat Avenue 


201 


300 


Harrison 


301 



Thirteenth Avenue, 

from Islais Creek bet 
Twelfth and Foiui;eenth 
Avenues SE to the bay, 
South S. F. 
Thirteenth Avenue, N 
s M bet Twelfth and Four- 
teenth avenues N to Pre- 
sidio Reservation, Outside 
Lands 

Thirtieth (late Grove), W 
s San Jose Road S of 
Twenty-ninth 

Thirtieth Avenue, E s 

Railroad Avenue bet Twen- j 
ty-ninth and Thirty-first 
Avenues SE to county line, 
South S. F. 

Thirtieth Avenue, Ns 

W bet Twenty-ninth and 
Thirty-first avenues N to 
the ocean. Outside Lands 

Thirty-cSshtli Avenue, 

E s san Bruno Road bet 
Tliirty-seventb and Thirty- 
ninth Avenues SE to 
coimty line, South S. F. 

Thlrty-eiehtli Avenue, 

Ns W bet Thirty-seventh 
and Thirtj' ninth avenues 
N to City (.'emetery, Out- 
side Lands 

Thirty-fifth Avenue, E 

s San Bruno Road bet 
Thirty -fourth and Thirty- 
sixth Avenues, HE to 
county line, South S. F 
Thirty-liflh Avenue. N 
8 W bet Thirty-fourth and 
Thirty-sixth avenues N to 
City Cemetery, Outside 
Lanris . 



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BEAMISH, Shirt Maniifactitrer, Nucleus Building, Market, cor. Third, 



ANDERSON & EANDOLPH, Jewelers, 101 Montgomery St 



60 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Thirty-lir.>t Avenue. E 

s Railroad Avenue bet 
Thirtieth and Thii-ty-sec- 
onJ Avenues SE to county 
line. South S. F. 

Thirty - first Avenue. 

N 3 W bet Thirtieth and 
Thirty-second avenues N 
to the ocean. Outside Lands 

Tliirty-ronrtli Avenue, 

from E of San Bruno Road 
bet Tliirty-third and Thirt- 
fWth Avenues SE to county 
line. South S. F. 

Tliirty-fourtli Avenue, 

N s W bet Thirty -third and 
Thirty-fifth avenues N to 
City Cemetery, Outside 
Lands 

Thirty>nintli Avenne, 

E s 8a:i Bruno R<Md bet 
Thirty-eighth aniiTft)rtieth 
Avenues SE to county 
line. South S. F. 

Thirty-ninth Avenne, 

N s W bet Tliirty-eighth 
and Fortieth avenues N 
to City Cemetery, Uutside 
I-ands 

T h I r t y - s e e ond A ve- 
niie, E 8 Railro.-iil Ave- 
nue bet Thirty-first and 
Thirty-third Avenues, SE 
to county line. South S. F. 

Thirty -seeonil Ave- 
nne, X s W bet TJiirty- 
first and Thirty-third ave- 
nues. N to the ocean. Out- 
side Lauds 

Thirty-seventh Ave- 
nue, E « San Bruno Road 
bet Thirty-si.\t!i and Thir 
ty-eifhth Avenues SE to 
county line. South S. V. 

Th i rt y - seven t h A ve- 
nne, N s W bet Thirty- 
sixth and Thirty -ei(,'hth 
avenues X to City Ceme- 
tery, Outside Lands 

Thir(y-Hl\th Avenue, 

E B .San Bruno Ruail bet 
Thirty fifth ami Tliirty- 
seventh Avenues SE to 
county line. South S. F. 
Thlrtv-Nlxth Avenue. 
X 8 \V liet Tl.irty-tlfth ami 
Thirty-seventh avenues N 
to City Cemetery, Outsiil^ 
Lanils 

Tiilrtv-thlril Avenne. 

K s UailroacI Avenue bet 
Thirty-second and Thirty- 
fourtli Avenues Si: to 
county line. .South S. F. 

Thirtv-thfid Avenue, 

N s W but Thirty-secon.l 
and Thirty-fourth avenues 
N to City Cemetery, <Jut- 
sidu Ijindtf 

ThomiiNon Avenue or 

I'lm-e. S H (371) Brauuun 
bit .Second un<l Thir<l 

Thorne (now Tenth), S 8 
Market bet Xinth and Ele- 
venth HE to MiHHlou Creek 

TlfTuny Avenue (now 
Valencia), from junction 
Vulencl I and Twenty sixth 
8W to Twenty-ninth 

Tlltlen, W H XiM- bet Fif- 
teenth and .Sixt(?i.-ntb 

Tlironl. W II Fifth bot 
Bryant and llrannan 

T«>inilHll, from California 
Aveiini- SE to Callfoniia 
Avenue )! H. 

Toniiuln. W n L^rkin bet 
Lewio and .letTorson W to 
I'rcsidiii KeHervation 

Torreu* Court, N s Clay 
bet Hydo and Lnrkin 



Toneharil Alley, S s Pine 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 



Townsend, W 


s First bet 


Brauuau and King SW to 


Eighth 




yurthwest. Street. 


Southeast. 


2 First 


1 


Japan 





100 Second 


101 


.Stanford 





Clarence Place 


Hanmiond 




200 Third 


201 


Ritch 


. 


Liberty 





Madden 




Haggin 




Crook 





300 Fourth 


301 


400 Fifth 


401 


500 Sixth 


501 


600 Seventh 


601 


Eighth 





Traey (now Fourteenth), W 
s Harrison bet Thirteenth 
and Fifteenth W to Castro 

Treat Avenue, S s Thir- 
teenth bet Folsoni and Har- 
rison S to Serpentine Av- 
enue 
West. Street. East Side. 
2 Tliirteenth 1 

100 Fourteenth 101 

200 Fifteenth 201 

300 Sixteenth 301 

4(W Seventeenth 401 

500 Eighteenth 501 

600 Nineteenth 601 

700 Twentieth 701 

800 Twenty-first 801 

900 Twenty-second Old 
1090 Twenty third 1001 

1100 Twenty-fourth 1101 
120O Twenty fifth 1201 

1300 Twenty-sixth 1301 

((■) Serpentine Avenue (f) 

Trinity. N a (106) Sutter 
bet MontgomeiT and Kear- 
ny N to Bush 

Trinity <'rtHrt, W s Trin- 
ity ))et Sutter and Bush 

Truett, W a Mason bet 
Clay and Washington 

Tuhire. from the bay bet 
Marin and Islais Creek 
Chamiel 

Turk, junction Market .ind 

Mason I et Tyler and Eddy 

W to First Avenue 

North. Street. South side.. 

2 Market and Mason 1 

14 Margaret Place 

100 Taylor 101 

200 JonuH 201 

300 Leavenworth 301 

400 Hydo 401 

- Dodge 

500 Larkin 601 

600 Polk 601 

700 Van Xess Avenue 701 

800 Franklin 801 

W)0 Cougli <t01 

1000 Octavia 1001 

1100 U'iguna 1101 

12(Xl Buolianan 1201 

13<K) Webster 1301 

14U0 Fillmore 1401 

1500 Stelner 1501 

liW) Pierce ItiOl 

1700 Scott 1701 

Adams 

1800 Divisjidoro 1801 

1900 Broderick 1901 

St .loHetili'sAv 

2000 Unkor 2001 

Lyon 2101 

Lott 2201 

Maiionic Avenue 

Tweinh (late Brown), .SE 
■ Mifwion but Eluvoiith And 
Thirteontli HE to Harrison 



Southn-est. Street. Northeast. 

2 Mission 1 

26 Glen Park Avenue 

100 Howard 101 

200 Folsom 201 

Isis 

Bemice 

(e) Harrison (e) 

Twelfth Avenue,, from 
Islais Creek bet Eleventh 
and Thirteenth Avenues 
SE to the bay. South S. F. 

Twelfth Avenue. N s T 

bet Eleventh and Thir- 
teenth avenues N to Pre- 
sidio Reservation, Outside 
Lands 

Twentieth (late Napa), 

from the bay bet Butte and 

Shasta W to Douglass 

North. Street. South side. 

2 Massachusetts 1 

100 Delaware 101 

200 Marj'land 201 

3iX> Louisiana SCI 

400 Georgia 401 

500 Michgan 501 

600 niiuois 601 

700 Kentucky 701 

800 Tennessee 801 

900 Minnesota 901 

1000 Indiana 1001 

1100 Iowa 1101 

1200 Pennsylvania Av 1201 

1300 Mississippi 13*31 

1400 Texas 14<n 

1500 Jlissoiu-i 1501 

1600 Connecticut 1601 

1700 Arkan.sas 17ol 

1800 Wisconsin 1801 

1900 Carolina 1901 

2000 De Haro 2001 

2100 Rhode Island 2101 

2200 Kansas 2201 

2300 Vermont 2301 

2400 Nebraska 

2500 Utah 2501 

2600 Potrero Avenue 2C01 

2700 Jersey 27(n 

2800 Hampshire 2S.il 

2900 York 2it()l 

31100 Florida 3001 

3100 Coliuubia 3101 

3200 Harrison 3201 

Treat Avenue 

3300 Folsom 3301 

Shotwell 

3400 Howard 3401 

Capp 

3500 Mission 3501 
Jessie 
Stevenson 

3600 Valencia 3601 

3700 GueiTero 3701 

3800 Dolores 38()1 

3.tO0 Church 3901 

4000 Sanchez 4001 

4100 Noe 4101 

4200 Castro 42'd 

4300 Diamond 4301 
Douglass 

Twentieth Avenne, 

from .S lH;t Nineteenth and 
Twe ity-first Avenues SE 
to tlio liay. South .S. F. 

Twentieth .1 venue. N s 

W liet Nineteenth and 
Twenty-first avenues N to 
Presidio Keservation, Out- 
siile Lands 

Twenty-elshth (lato 
Vale), W s Guerrero bet 
Twenty-seventh and Twen- 
ty-ninth 
North. Street. South Side . 
2 < iuerrero 1 

100 Dolores 101 

200 Church 201 

300 Sanchez 301 

400 Noe 401 

500 <;a,Htro 501 

600 Diamond 601 

700 Douglass 701 

800 Ellen 801 

(f) Bellevue (e) 



Tw enty-eishth Ave- 
nue, E s San BranoRoad 
bet Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-ninth Avenues SE 
to the bay, South S. F, 

Tm enty • eislitli Ave- 
nue. N s W bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-ninth 
avenues N to the ocean. 
Outside Lands 

Twenty-fifth (late Tem- 
ple), W s Potrero Avenue 
bet Twenty - fovirth and 
Twenty-sixth W to Belle- 
vue 



North. Street. South side. 


2 


Potrero Avenue 


1 


100 


Hampshire 


101 


200 


York 


201 


300 


Bryant Avenue 


301 


400 


Colmnbia 


401 


500 


Alabama 


.501 


600 


Harrison 
Treat Avenue 


601 


700 


Fols<.>m 
Shotwell 


701 


800 


Howard 
Capp 


801 


900 


Mis.ssion 
Bartlett 


901 


1000 


Valencia 

San Jose Avenue 


1001 


1100 


Guerrero 


1101 


1200 


Dolores 


1201 


1300 


Church 
Vicksburg 


1301 


1400 


Sanchez 


1401 


1.5tK) 


Noe 


liini 


1600 


Castro 


1601 


1700 


Diamond 


1701 


1800 


Douglass 


1801 


1900 


Ellen 


1901 


(<•■) 


Bellevue 


('■) 



T«enty-nnh Avenue, 

from K;\ilro,id Avenue bot 
TwLUty-fourth and Twen- 
ty-sixth Avenues SE to the 
bay. South S. F. 

Twenty- fifth Avenne, 

N s W bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-sixth avenues 
N to the ocean. Outside 
Lands 

TM-enty-flrst (late Alta), 
A\' s Potrero Avemie bet 
Twentieth and Twenty-sec- 
ond W to Doui'lass 



Nort 


h. Street. South side. 


2 


Potrero Avenue 


1 


100 


Jersey 





200 


Hamp.shire 
Brjant Avenue 


201 


mt 


Yirtk 


301 


4(K» 


Florida 








Alatiiima 




500 


Coliuubia 


501 


600 


Harrison 
Trent Avenue 


601 


700 


Folsom 
.Shotwell 


701 


800 


Howard 
Capp 


801 


900 


Mission 


901 


_ — 


Bartlett 




1000 


Valencia 


1001 


1100 


Guerrero 


1101 





Fair Oaks 




1200 


Dolores 


1201 





Chattanooga 




1300 


« 'hurch 
Vicksburg 


1301 


1400 


Sanchez 


1401 


1500 


Noe 


1501 


1600 


Castro 
Sherman 


1601 


1700 


Diamond 
Eureka 


1701 


1800 


Douglass 


1801 



TMentv-first Avenue. 

from U bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-.^ieconil Avenues SE 
to the bay. South S. F. 



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Twenty -first Avoime, 

N s W bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-second avenues N 
to Presidio Reservation, 
Outside Lands 

TM'eiity-foiirtll (late 

Park), W s Potrero Ave- 
nue Ijet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fifth W to Bellevue 
North. Street. South side. 

2 Potrero Avenue 1 

100 Hampshire 101 

200 York 201 

300 Bryant Avenue 301 

400 Columbia 401 

500 Alabama 501 

600 Hanison 601 

Treat Avenue 

700 Folsom , 701 

Shotwell 

800 Howard 801 

Capp 

900 Mission 901 

Bartlett 

1000 Valencia 1001 

San Jose Avenue 

1100 Guenero 1101 

Fair Oaks 

1200 Dolores 1201 

Chattanooga 

1300 Church 1301 

Vicksburg 

1400 Sanchez 1401 

1500 Noe 1501 

1600 Castro 1601 

1700 Diamond 1701 

1800 Douglass ISOl 

1900 Ellen 1901 
BeUevue 

Twenty -fonrtli ATe- 
lint', from Railroad Ave- 
nue bet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fifth Avenues, SE 
to the bay, South S. F. 

Twenty - fonrth Ave- 
nue, N s W bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fifth ave- 
nues N to Presidio Reser- 
vation. Outside Lands 

Twenty-iiintJi (late Dale), 
W s San Jose Road bet 
Twenty-eighth and Thir- 
tieth 

Twenty-nlntli Are- 
nnf, E s San Bruno Road 
bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth Avenues SE to 
covmty line, South S. F. 

Twenty- niiitb Ave- 
IHI<% N s W bet Twenty- 
eighth and Thirtieth ave- 
nues N to the ocean, Out- 
side Lauds 

Twcnty-seeond (late 

John), W s Potrero Ave- 
nue bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-third W to Doug- 
lass 
North. Street. Soiith side 

2 Potrero Avenue 1 

100 Hampshire 101 

200 York 201 

300 Bryant Avenue 301 

400 Columbia 401 

500 Alabama 501 

600 Harrison 601 

Treat Avenue 

700 Folsom 701 

Shotwell 

800 Howard 801 

Capp 

900 Mission 901 

Bartlett 

1000 Valencia 1001 

San Jose Avenue 

1100 Guerrero 1101 

Fair Oaks 

1200 Dolores 1201 

Chattanooga 

1300 Cliurch 1301 

Vicksburg 

1400 Sanchez 1401 

1500 Noe 1501 

1600 Castro 1601 

Sherman 



1700 Diamond 1701 

Eureka 
1800 Douglass 1801 

Twenty- second Ave- 
nue, from R bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-third A' e- 
nues SE to the bay, South 
S. F. 

Twenty - second Ave- 
nue, N s W bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-third ave- 
nues, N to Presidio Reser- 
vation, Outside Lands 

Twenty - seventh (late 
Figg), W s Guerrero bet 
Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth W to BeUevue 

North. Street. South side. 
2 Guerrero 1 

100 Dolores 101 

200 Chiu-ch 201 

300 Sanchez 301 

400 Noe 401 

500 Castro 501 

600 Diamond 601 

700 Douglass 701 

800 Ellen 801 

[e] Bellevue {e) 

Twenty-seventh Ave- 
nue, from Railroad Ave- 
nue bet Twenty-sixth anil 
Twenty-eighth Avenues|SE 
to the bay. South S. F. 

Twejtty - seventh Ave- 
nue, N s W bet Twenty- 

sixtli and Twenty -eighth 
avenues N to the ocean, 
Outside Lands 

Twenty-sixth (late Na- 
vy), W s York bet Tvventy- 
fifth and Twenty - seventh 
AV to BeUevue 

North. Street. South Side. 

2 York 1 

100 Brj-ant Avenue 101 

200 Columbia 201 

300 Alabama 301 

400 Han-ison 401 

Treat Avenue 

500 Folsom 501 

ShotweU 

600 Howard 601 

Capp 

700 Mission 701 

Bartlett 

800 Valencia 801 

San Jose Avenue 

900 Guerrero 901 

1000 Dolores 1001 

1100 Church 1101 

1200 Sanchez 1201 

1300 Noe 1301 

1400 Castro 1401 

1500 Diamond 1501 

1600 Douglass ICOl 

1700 EUen 1701 

(c) BeUevue (f) 

Twenty-sixth Avenne. 

from Railroad Avenue bet 
Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
seventh Avenues SE to the 
bay. South S. F. 

Twenty-sixth Avenne. 

N 8 W bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-seventh ave- 
nues N to the ocean. Out- 
side Lands 

Twenty-third (late Horn- 
er), W s Potrero Avenue 
bet Twenty --second and 
Twenty-fourth W to Doug- 
lass 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Potrero Avenue 1 

100 Hampshire 101 

200 York 201 

300 Bryant Avenue 301 
400 Columbia 401 

500 Alabama 501 

600 Harrison 601 

Treat Avenue 
700 Folsom 701 

ShotweU 



801 



901 



1000 
1100 



Howard 

Capp 

Mission 

Bartlett 

Valencia 1001 

San Jose Avenue 

Guerrero 1101 

Fair Oaks 
1200 Dolores 1201 

Cliattanooga 
1300 Church 1301 

Vicksburg 
1400 Sanchez 1401 

1500 Noe 1501 

IGOO Castro 1601 

1700 Diamond 1701 

Eureka 

1800 Douglass 1801 

Twenty-third Avenne, 

from Q bet Twenty-second 
and Twentj'-fourth Ave- 
nues SE to the bay. South 
S. F. 

Twenty-tliird Avenue, 
N s W bet Twenty-second 
and Twenty - fourth ave- 
nues N to Presidio Reser- 
vation, Outside Lauds 

Tyler, junction Market and 
Taylor bet McAllister and 
Turk W to Masonic Avenue 

North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Taylor 1 



Jones 101 

Leavenworth 201 
Dale 

Charles 

Hyde 301 

Larkin 401 

Polk 501 
Van Ness Avenue 601 

Franklin 701 

Gough 801 

Octavia 901 

Laguna 1001 

Buchanan 1101 

Webster 1201 

Fillmore 1301 

Steiner 1401 

Pierce 1501 

Scott 1601 

Adams 

Devisadero 1701 

Broderick 1801 

Baker 1901 

Lyon 2001 

Lott 2101 
Masonic Avenue (c) 

Tyson Place, Ss (919) 

Washington bet Stockton 

and Powell 
r, W s Thirteenth Av bet T 

and V, W to the ocean. 

Outside Lands 
Union. W s Front bet Green 

and Filbert W to Presidio 

Reservation 



100 
200 



300 
400 
500 
600 
700 
800 
900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1300 
1400 
1500 
1500 

1700 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
ie) 



North. Street. 
Front 
Battery 
Gaines 
Sansom 
Calhoun 
Montgomery 
Vincent 
Kearny 
Filbert Place 
Sonoma Place 
Lafayette Place 
Varenne 
500 Dupont 
508 CadeU Alley 
Bannam Place 
.Jasper Place 
I'nion Place 
Clairville Place 
Stockton 



100 
200 



300 



400 
406 



420 



518 



South side. 

1 

101 



600 
700 



301 
323 

401 

407 
419 



523 
535 
601 



Montgomery Avenue 



Powell 

August Alley 
800 Mason 
900 Taylor 

Eliza 

Jones 

Bay View Place 

Leavenworth 

Sharp Place 



1000 
1100 



1200 

1300 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 

20t)0 
2100 
2200 
2300 
2400 
2500 
2600 
2700 
2800 



Hyde 1201 

Moore 

Larkin 1301 

Polk 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1501 



Franklin 

Gough 

Oeta\ia 

Laguna 

Olive Court 

Buchanan 

Wehister 

FiUraore 

Steiner 

Pierce 

Scott 

Devisadero 

Broderick 

Baker 



1(501 
1701 
1801 
1901 

2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 



I'nion Alley, from Union 
Place 

L'uion Avenue, E s Lau- 
rel Avenue E to San Bruno 
Road S s B. H. 

I'nion riace, N s (522) 
Green bet Dupont and 
Stockton N to Union 

I'nion Square, bet Stock- 
ton, PoweU, Geary and 
Post 

I'nivcrslty, S s Silver Av- 
enue bet College and 
Princeton, U. M. T. 

I'tah, from Mission Creek 
bet Ne>)raska and Potre- 
ro Avenue S to Colusa 

\', W s Fourtee! th Avenue 
bet U and W. VV to the 
ocean. Outside Lands 

Vale, (now Twenty-eighth) 
W s Guerrero bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-ninth 

Valencia, S s Market bet 
Mission and Guerrero S to 
Twenty-ninth 

West. Street. East side. 
2 Market 1 

Stevenson Avenue 15 

100 Hermann 101 

200 Ridley 201 

208 Quinn 209 

Brosnan 

300 Fourteenth 301 

400 Fifteenth 401 

500 Sixteenth 501 

600 Seventeenth 601 

Cedar Lane 611 

Willow Avenue 617 

700 Eighteenth 701 

800 Nineteenth 801 

820 Columbia 

900 Twentieth 901 

Liberty 

1000 Twenty-first 1001 

1100 Twenty-second 1101 
1200 Twenty-third 1201 

1300 Twenty-fourth 1301 
1400 Twenty-fifth 1401 

1500 Twenty-sixth 1501 

Serpentine Avenue 
Vallejo, W s Davis bet 
Green and Broadway W to 
Presidio Reservation. 
North. Street. South side 



Ul) 
100 
200 
300 

400 
500 
520 

530 
600 



Davis 
Front 
Battery 
Sansom 
Bartol 

Montgomery 
Keamy 
Pollard Place 
Pinckney Pl.vce 
Margaret Place 
Dupont 

Montgomery Av 
Vallejo Place 
Agnes Lane 
Stockton 
Maiden Lane 
Slorey Alley 
PoweU 

Washoe Place 
O'ConneU Place 
Mason 
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1000 Taylor 1001 

Sweet 

Florence 

1100 Jones 1101 

1200 Leavenworth 1201 

1300 Hyde 1301 

White 

1400 Larkin 1401 

Maxwell 

1500 Polk 1501 
1600 Van N'sss Avenue IfiOl 

1700 Frauklin 1701 

1800 Gough 1801 

1900 Octavia 1901 

2000 Lagiiiia 2001 

2100 Buchanan 2101 

2200 Webster 2201 

2300 Fillmore 2301 

2400 Steiner 2401 

2500 Pierce 2501 

2600 Scott 2601 

2700 Devisadero 2701 

2800 Broderick 2801 

2900 Baker 2901 

3000 Lyon 3001 

3100 Central Avenue 3101 

3200 Walnut 3201 

33!J0 Laurel 33<01 

3400 Locust 3401 

3500 Spruce 3501 

(() Maple (e) 

VaII«>Jo <'oart, S 8 Val- 
lejo bet Mason and Taylor 

Vallejo Place, S a (621) 

Vallejo bet Dupont and 
St<iclcton 

Valley, Ws Old San Jose 
Koad W't Twenty-eighth 
and Twenty-ninth 

ValpuralHO, W s (1911) 

Mu*ja bet Filbert and 
Greenwich 

Van \e«» Avenue, N s 
Market bet Polk and Frank- 
lin N to the bay 

E<ist. Street. WeM side. 

1 Market and Uak 1 

Hickory Avenue 

100 Fell 101 

Linden 109 

200 Hayes 201 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 301 
Birch Avenue 

Fulton 401 
Anh Aventie 

500 McAUister 501 
Locust Avenue 

Tyler 601 
?;iiM Aveuue 

Turk 701 
I/iurel Avenue 

Kddy 801 
Willow Avenue 

KIlis 901 

Olive Avenue 9CJ9 

O'FarreU 1001 

Myrtle Aienue 1009 

(ieary 1101 

• 'liclar Avenue 
Post 1201 
Walnut Avenue 
Sutter 13^»1 
F.-ni Avenue 1311 
Husli 14<»1 
Au«tin 14<)9 
i'lii- 15(11 

• 'iilifornla li'^il 
Siicriiiiicnto 17ol 
Clay 1801 

I'.fOO Wushlntrton 1901 

im Jackson 2001 

2101) Pacltlc 2101 

22<)0 Broadway 2201 

2300 Vallejo 2301 

Bonita 

2100 Green 2401 

2.XI0 liilon 25<n 

'1<**S Fillwrt 2601 

27iK) (;ri..-nwioh 27i)I 

280.) I/<.nil«rd 2H01 

2300 flu-sttiut 2'.Kil 

SiHlO Francisco 3001 

3100 Bay 3101 

3200 North Point 3201 

33' X) Bench 33' H 



3400 Jefferson 3401 

3500 Touquin 3501 

(f) Lewis (<) 

Vainlewafcr. W s Powell 
bet Francisco and Bay W 
to Taylor 

Varenne. N s (420) Union 
bet Kearny and Dupont 

Vassar Place, S s (613) 
Harrison bet Second and 
Third 

Ver Mehr, E s (116) Kear- 
ny bet Post and Sutter 

Vermont, from Mission 
Creek bet Kansas and Ne- 
braska S to TiUare 

Vernon Place, W s (326) 

Second bet Folsom and 

1 Harrison W to Hawthorne 

Vernon Place, F, s Hyde 
bet Green and Union 

Vernon Place, S e (1007) 
Jackson bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Verona Place, E s (337) 
Tliird bet Folsom and 
Harrison 

Vlck.shiire, S s Twenty- 
first bet Church and San- 
chez S to Twenty-fifth 

West. Street. East side. 



300 
400 



600 

700 

800 

900 
908 
lOOO 

11)08 
1100 

1200 

1300 
1310 
140i> 
1408 
1500 
ICiOO 
171)0 
I80<) 



2 

100 

200 

300 

(e) 


Twenty-first 

Twenty-second 

Twenty-third 

Twenty-fourth 

Twenty-fifth 


1 
101 

201 
301 


Villa Place, E s Taylor 
bet Pine and California 



Vincent or St. Vincent, 

N 8 (316) Green bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny N to 
Union 

VIreiuia, N s (914) Wash- 
ington bet Stockton and 
Powell X to Pacific 

Virginia, from the bay bet 
Ohio and X'ew York S to 
Firet Avenue 

Virginia Alley, W s 

(5i)n) i )upont bet Pine and 
California 
VirKinta Avenue, from 
California Avenue SE to 
Cherubusco, B. H. 

VI nil nia Place. N 8 (806) 

Pacific bet Stockton and 
Powell X to Broadway 

Vlncher Place, Es Beale 

lut Market and Mission 

VolKlit, E of San Bruno 
Hoad. 4 miles from City 
Hall 

V o n H c It ni I «l t, from 
Water Front nr Sixteenth 
Avenue 8W to county line, 
Soutli S. F. 

Vorralli Place, {see Eu- 
reka Place) 

Vulture (see Columbia) 

W,W 8 Fifteenth Avenue nr 
V, W to the ocean. Outside 
Lands 

>Vall Plaice, N s .Tackson 
Ih'I Leavenworth and Hyde 

>^'allace Place, X h (612) 
G.ilifuniia bet Kearny and 
Dupont 

Waller. Junction Market 
and Octiivia W to Stanyau 

North. Street. South side. 
2 Market and Octavia 1 
100 Iji«nna 101 

200 Buchanan 201 

30f) Webster 301 

400 Fillmore 401 

500 Steiner pOl 

600 Pierce 601 

700 Scott 701 

800 Devi8a<lero 801 



900 


Broderick 
Public Park 


901 


I2(X) 


Lott 


1201 


1300 


Masonic Avenue 


1301 


1400 


Ash bury 


1401 


1500 


Clayton 


1501 


1600 


Cole 


16(11 


1700 


Shrdder 


1701 


(f) 


Stanyan 


(f) 


Walnut. X s California 



bet Laurel and Lott X to 
Presi<lio Reservation 

Walnut .Avenue, W s 

(1013) Larkin bet Post and 
Sutter 
North. Street. South side. 
2 Larkin 1 

100 Polk 101 

200 Van X'ess Av 201 

300 Franklm 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octavia 501 

(f) Laguna (f) 

War«l, from Cortland Av- 
enue S to Crescent Ave- 
nue, B. H. 
Warren, S s Thirtieth bet 
Whitney and Bartlett S to 
Palmer 

Warren Avenue, NF; s 

(225) Tenth bet Howard 

and Folsom 
Wasliincton, W s East 

bet CEvy and Jackson W 

to First Aveuue 
North. Street. South side. 



2 


East 


1 


100 


Drumm 


101 


200 


Davis 


201 





Cedar 


217 


300 


Front 


301 


400 


Battery 


401 


412 


Custom House PI 





500 


Sansom 


501 


532 


Jones Alley 




600 


Montgomery 
Montgomery Av 


loi 





Dunbar Court 


641 


700 


Keaniy 


701 





Brenham Place 


727 


744 


Washington Alley 


800 


Dupont 


801 





Waverly Place 


811 





Spofford 


823 


828 


Ross 





900 


Stockton 


901 





Havens Place 


907 





Hopeton Terrace 


913 


914 


Virginia 





918 


Stone 








Tj-son Place 


919 


1000 


Powell 


1001 





Codman Place 


1007 





Wetinore Place 


1017 


1100 


Mason 


1101 


1106 


A<l.)na Place 





1200 


Tayliir 


1201 




Camille Place 





1300 


Jones 


1301 





Priest 


1319 





Reed 


1325 


1400 


Leavenworth 


1401 


1500 


Hyde 


1501 


1600 


Larkin 


1601 


1700 


Polk 


1701 


1800 


Van Xess Avenue 1801 


1900 


Franklin 


1901 


2000 


t^mgh 


2001 


2100 


Octavia 


2101 


2200 


Lacuna 


2201 


23iX) 


Buclian.in 


2301 


2400 


Webster 


2401 


2500 


Fillmore 


2501 


2600 


Steiner 
Alta Plaza 


2601 


2800 


Sett 


2801 


2900 


Devisailcro 


2901 


3000 


Broderick 


3001 


3100 


Baker 


3101 


3200 


Lyon 


3201 


3300 


( 'I'litral Avenue 


3301 


3400 


Walnut 


3401 


3500 


Laurel 


3501 


3600 


lyOCUSt 


3601 


3700 


Sj)ruco 
Maple 


3701 


3800 


3801 


3900 


< herry 


3901 


(«•) 


First Avenue 


(f) 



Waskington Alley, N 

s (744) Washington bet 
Kearny and Dupont 

Washiiiston Avenue, 

S s (1313) Mission bet 
Xinth and Tenth 

Washington Avenue, 

S s Precita Avenue bet 
Folsom and Columbia 
Place, B. H. 

Wasliington Square, 

bet Stockton,Powell. Mont- 
gomery Avenue, Union, and 
FUbert. 

Washoe Place, N s (816) 
Vallejo bet Powell and 
Mason 

Water, W s Mason bet 
Chestnut and Francisco W 
to Taylor 

Water Front, fronting 
the bay from Shasta to 
county line 

Wtiverly Place, X s (810) 
Sacramento bet Dupont 
and Stockton N to Wash- 
ington 

Waylanrt, W s San Bruno 
Rfjad bet Bacon and Wol- 
sey, U. M. T. 

Wayne, S s Cortland Av- 
enue bet Gates and Kos- 
ciusko 

Wel>li, N s (532) California 
bet Montgomer>' and Kear- 
ny N to Sacramento 

Wehh Place, W s Mason 
bet Green and Union 

Wehster, N s Kate bet 
Buchanan and Fillmore N 
to the bay 

East. Street. West side. 

2 Kate 1 

Germania 

100 WaUer 101 

200 Haight 201 

Rose Avenue 

300 Page 301 

Lilly Avenue 

400 Oak 401 

Hickory Avenue 

500 Fell 501 

Linden 

600 Hayes 601 

Ivy Avenue 

700 Grove 701 

800 Fulton 801 

900 McAllister 901 

1000 Tvler 1001 

1100 Turk 1101 

Laurel Avenue 

1200 Eddy 1201 

1300 Ellis 1301 

Byington 1309 

1400 OFarrell 1401 

1500 Geary 1501 

1000 Post 1601 

1700 Sutter 1701 

ISOO Bush 1801 

Wihley 

1900 Pine 1901 

2000 California 2001 

2100 Sacramento 2101 

2200 Clay 2201 

2300 Washington 2301 

2400 Jackson 2401 

2500 Pacific 2501 

2600 Broiulway 2i".01 

2700 Vallejo 2701 

2800 Green 2801 

2900 I'nion 2901 

3000 Fill)ert 3001 

3100 Greenwich 3101 

3200 Lombard 3201 

3300 Chestnut 3301 

3400 Francisco 3401 

3500 Bay 3r01 

3i'00 North Point 31,01 

3700 Beach 3701 

3300 Jefferson 3801 

3?00 ToiKiuin 3301 

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^>clJStor, N s Lombard 
bet Montgomery and Kear- 
ny N to Frauciaco 

Wcldon, S s Crescent Av- 
enue nr San Brimo Road 

Wells Avemie, W s Do- 
lores bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 

Wells Court or Ada, S s 

Lombard bet Dupout and 
Stockton 

Welsh, Ws Zoe bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan W to 
Fourth 

West Avenue, from San 
Jose Road near Cortland 
Avenue, SE to Holly Park 

West End AHer, N s 

Green bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin N to Union 

West Mission, from Mis- 
sion nr Twelfth SW and S 
to Mission nr Thirteenth 

Wetmore Place, N s 

(lOle) Clay bet Powell and 
Mason N to Washington 
Wheeloek Place, N s 

Vallejo, bet Stockton and 
Powell 

W'hlte, N s Vallejo bet 
Hyde and Larkin 

W'hite Place, S s Bryant 
bet Seventh and Eighth 



White Place, E s (806) 
Jones bet Sutter and Bush 

Whitney, S s Thirtietli 
bet Dame and Warren S 
to Palmer 

Wliitnej', Ns Sixteenth 
bet Howard and Mission 

W'lJdey, Ws Webster bet 
Bush and Pine W to Stei- 
ner 

Willard, N s Grattan nr 

Stanyau N to Golden Gate 
Park 

William, Ns (420) O'Far- 
rell bet Jones and Taylor 

N to Post 

Bast. Street. 

2 O'Farrell 

100 Geary 

(c) Post 

William Place, Ws (109) 
Davis bet California and 
Sacramento 

Williams, S s Silver Av- 
enue bet Goettingen and 
Holyoke, U. M. T. 

Williamson, N s Point 
Lobos Avenue bet Boyce 
and Chase N to Laurel 
Hill Cemetery 

W'Hlow, S s (929) Folsom 
bet Fifth and Sixth 

W'illow, E s Valencia bet 
Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth 



Wjllow Avenne, W s 

(bill, Larkin bet Eddy and 
Ellis 
Norths Street. South side. 



2 Larkin 
100 Polk 



West Side. 

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200 Van Ness Avenue 201 
300 Franklin 301 

400 Gough 401 

500 Octavia 501 

600 Laguna 601 

Buchanan 
Winans Alley, E s Eighth 
bet Howard and Tehama 

Winkle, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles from City 

Winslow, from California 
Avenue S to Powhattan, 
B. H. 

W'inter Lane, E g (1716) 
Mason bet Green and 

Union 

Wisconsin, from the bay 

bet Arkansas and Carolina 
S to Tulare 

Wolfe, from California 
Avenue E to Isabel, B. H. 

Wolsey, W s San Bruno 
Road bet Wayland and 
Dwight, U. M. T. 

Wood (now Eleventh), S s 
Market bet Tenth and 
Twelfth SE to Mission 
Creek 



Wood, N s Point Lobos 
Avenue bet Eugenie and 
Collins N to Laurel HiU 
Cemetery 

Wool, from North Avenue 
S to Cortland Avenue.B.H. 

Worden, N s Francisco 
bet Stockton and Powell 

WyomiuR, from the bay 
bet Dakota and Ohio S to 
First Avenue 

Yale. S s Silver Avenue 
bet Amherst and Cam- 
bridge, U. M. T. 

Ycrha Bncna, N s (1114) 
Sacramento bet Mason and 
Taylor N to Clay 

Yolo, from the bay bet So- 
noma and Yuba W to Po- 
trero Avenue 

York, S a Twenty -first 
bet Hampshire and Bryant 
Avenue S to Serpentine 
Avenue 

Yuba, from the bay bet 
Yolo and Colusa 

ZIni, from Napoleon S to 

Schneider 
Zoe, S s (635) Bryant bet 

Third and Fourth SE to 

Brannan 

Zoe Place, S s (315) Fol- 
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PIBLIC BIILDI\«S. 

Alms House, San Mij,Ticl or Mission Ocean House Road, 

4J miles from City Hall 
Citv Hall (New), between McAllister, Larkin, and Park Av 
CitV Hall (Old), K s Kcaniy bet Mercha»it and WashingUm 
Coiiuty Jlo><|iital, E s Potrcro Av bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third 
County Jail, N s Broadway bet Kearny and Dupont 
Custom House, NW cor Wii^hiugton and liattery 
Hall of Uccords, S s McAllister nr Leavenworth 
House of Correction, Old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 

CitV Hall 
Industrial School, Old San Jose Road, 5 miles from City Hall 
Piist-ottice. NW cor Wa-shinsiton and Battery 
Twenty-sixth Street Hospital (small po.x), S s Colusa nr 

He Haro 
United States Appraiser's Store, E s Sansom bet Wash- 

inj^on and Jackson 
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation nr 

iMountain Lake 
United States Mint, NW cor Mission and Fifth 
United States Sub-'lVeasury, 610 Commercial 

Academy, N s Pine bet JIonl;,'omery and Sansom 

Alhainbra, 32;'i Rush 

AlUi Calilonua, 52!) California 

Armorj' Hall, NE cor Montgomery and Sacramento 

Bancroft's, 721-725 Market 

Bank CaSil'oniia, NW cor California and Sansom 

Bella Union, W s Kearny nr Washington 

Bernis', 02(1 California 

Bradbury, 52 Second 

Brittans, SW cor California and Davis 

Capital, NW cor Kearny and Pine 

Central I'acific R. R. Co.'s, NE cor Fourth and Townsend 

Chatv^'e Hu\ise (Stevenson's), SW cor Montgomery and Cal 

Cochituate, 213 and 215 Sansom 

Cogswell's, SE cor Front and Clark 

Colle;,'e, 24 Post 

Colton's, 220 Third 

Commercial, NW cor Pine and Battery 

Crook's, SE cor Mission and Third 

Cunningham's, SE cor Market and Second 

Havidsiin's, NW cor Montgomery and Conmiercial 

Dividend (or Morrison's), NW cor Pine and LeidesdorfT 

Uolan's, NE cor Third and Hunt 

Doniihoe, Kelly & Co.'s, SE cor Jlontgomcry and Sac 

Oooly's, NW cor Sansom and Sutter 

Huiiean's, 411i California 

Exeni])t Fire Company, W s Brenham PI opp Plaza 

Express, NE cor California and .Montgomery 

Kirenians Fund Insurance Co.'s, SW eor Cal and Sansom 

l''rank'H, W s Brcnhum PI opp Plaza 

Franklin, 40(^410 California 

Friedlandcr's, NE cor California and Sansom 

(Jennan Savings and Loan Society's, 52(i California 

(iiivernment House, NW cor Washington an<l Sansom 

ilalleck, NE eor Sansom and Halleck 

llaywar.l's, 41.5-423 California 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, NEJcor Montgomery 

and Market 
Howard's, 521 and 523 Montgomery 
JohTison's, N s Sutter bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Lo Count's, 417 .Montgomery 
Levison JJrothers', 134 Sutter 

London and San Fnincisco Bank, NW cor Cal and Leid 
Ma.sonlc Temple, NW eor Montgomery and Post 
Maynard's, NW cor California and Buttery 
Mct^reery's, .NE and SE corners Montgomery and Pino 
Meclianies' Institute, 27 Post 

Mcclianlas' Pavillion, E H Eighth bet Mkt and Mission 
Mercantile Library, 210 Hush 

Merchai\ts' Exchange, S s California bet Mont and San 
Merritt's, NW cor California and Drumm 
Morrison's, NW cor Pine and Leidesdorif 
Mur)ihy, (Jrant ^V Co.'s, NEci«r San.som and Rush 
Naglee's, SW cor Montgomery and Merchant 
Niantic, NW cor Clay and Sansom 
Nucleus, SE cor .Market and Third 



Odd Fellows', 323-327 Montgomerj- 

Pacific Bank, NW eor Sansom and Pine 

Pacific Exchange, 316 Montgomery 

Parrott's, NW cor Sacramento and" Montgomery 

Phojnix, SW eor Sansom and Jackson 

Pioneers', 808 Montgomery 

Reese's, 710-722 Washington 

Safe Deposit Co.'s, SE cor Montgomerj- and California 

San Francisco Cas Co.'s, First, Howard, and Natonia 

San Francisco Savings Union, NE eor Cal and AVebb 

San Francisco Stock Exchange, S s Pine bet Sansom and 

Montgonierj' 
Sather's, NE cor Alontgomery and Commercial 
Sa\-ings and Loan Society's, 017-021 Clay 
Sherman's, NE cor Montgonierj- and Claj' 
St. Ann's, N W cor Powell and Eddy 
St. Mark's, SW eor Kearny and Morton 
Stevenson's (now Cliange House), SW cor Mont and Cal 
Sullivan's, SW cor Dupont and Pacific 
Tallant tt Co.'s, NE cor Culit'druia and Battery 
The Howard, NW cor Stockton and O'Farrell 
The Real Estate Associates, 230 .Montgomery 
I'ueker's, NW cor Montgomerj' and ^utter 
Union Insurance Co.'s, 410 and 418 California 
United States Court, NE cor Batterv and Washington 
Weldi s, 37 Second 

Well's, SW eor Montgomerj' and Clay 
WlsL End Studio, NW cor Broadway and Larkin 
Wliitc House, NW cor Kearny and Post 
Whiting's, SE cor Sansom and Pine 
Young Jlen's Christian Association, 232 Sutter bet Kearny 

and Dupont 

II.iM.!^. 

Alldacr's, SW cor Bush and Devisadero 

American Protestant Association, 713 Mission 

Anthony's (now Tittel's), 417 Bush 

Apollo, 808 Pacific 

Armory, 134 Fourth 

Barra's, 118 First 

B'nai B'rith, 119 and 121 Eddy 

Carll's, 1S2S Bush 

Centennial, 421 Hayes 

Central, eor Bush and Polk 

Charter t)ak, 771 Market 

Columbus, S s Stevenson bet Third and Annie 

Crusader, 1159 Mission 

Dashaway, 139 Post 

Docking's. 409 .Montgomery Av 

Itriiids', 413 Sutter 

(jrand Army of the Republic, 71 New Montgomery 

Grand Central, 997 Market 

Hare's, Tenth Av, South S. F. 

Hibenna, 240 Third 

Hoag's, SW eor Sutter and Powell 

Horticultural, W s Stockton bet Post and Sutter 

lludih 's, 90'.)', Market 

Impnlveil Order Rod Men's, 320 Post 

liulciiendeiK-e, 39 Fourth 

lM(U'i>en(letit Order Red Men's, 510 Bush 

Irish .\nurican, sUi a?id 818 Howard 

Irish Confederation, 751 Market 

Kessing's, cor Twenty-first and Howard 

Kings, 2131 Mission 

Lafayette, 730 .Montgomery 

Liberty, 801 Market 

Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomerj- and Post 

Mayherry's, E s Mission bet Twentieth and Twenty-flrBt 

Mechanics', SW cor First and Stevenson 

Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 

Mercantile Libnirv's, 210 Bush 

National Armorv."324 Post 

Odd l''ello\Ts', 325 .Montgomery 

Pacilii', N s Bush bet Kearnj- and Dupont 

Pliilbariuonic, .NE cor Stockton and Jackson 

Pixley, NK cor I'acilic and I'olk 

Piatt's, 210 Montgonierv 

Pythian Castle, 913 Market 

Riggers' and Stevedores', 429 Pacific • 

Scollay's, 1.524 Stockton 

St. Cyprian's, NW cor Jackson and Virginia 



BULLOCK ^ ,<1DNES, 105 Montgomery Street, Importers Dent's Walking Gloves. 



Velocipedes and Booking Horses at GEO. LOOMIS', 706 to 716 Kearny St 



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St. Joseph's, W s Tenth bet Howard and Folsom 

Taninianj', cor Folsom and Eighth 

Terpsichorean, N s Pacific nr Stockton 

Teutonia, 1322 Howard 

Tittel's, 417 Bush 

Turn ^'erein (Eureka), E s Powell bet California and Pine 

Turn \'erein (Old), N s Bush bet Stockton and Powell 

Turn Verein (San Francisco), S s Turk bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde 
Union, S s Howard bet Third and Fourth 
Veteran's, 516 Bryant 
Washington, 35 Eddy 
Young Slen's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 



BLOCKS. 

Armory, NW cor New Montg'omery and Howard 

Astor, 625-633 Sacramento 

Belden's, SW cor Bush and Montgomery 

Broadway, NW cor Broadway and Kearny 

California, SE cor California and Battery 

Center, S s Sixteenth bet Folsom and Shotwell 

Commercial, SE cor California and Front 

Court, 636 Clay and 641 Merchant 

Cunningham's, SE cor Market and Second 

Custom House, SE cor Sansom and Sacramento 

Front Street, E s Front from Clay to Washington 

Harpending, S s Market bet First and Second 

Howard's, 627 Third 

Lick House, W s Montgomery from Post to Sutter 

Martin's, S s Market bet Seventh and Eighth 

Metropolitan, S-14 Montgomery Av 

Montgomery, E s Montgomery from Merchant to W»«h 

Nevada, NW cor Montgomery and Pine 

O'Donnell's, NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 

Oriental, SW cot Bush and Battery 

Park's, SE cor Valencia and Sixteenth 

Pioneer Power, 8-12 Stevenson 

Reese's, W s Battery bet Pine and California 

Russ House, W s Montgomery from Bush to Pine 

Safe Deposit, SE cor California, and Montgomery 

Shiels', junction Market and Post 

Thurlow, E s Kearny bet Sutter and Ver Mehr PI 

Union, NE cor Market and Kearny 

Virginia, NW cor Stockton and Pacific 

Washington, 1-17 Montgomery Av 

Yankee, SW cor Fi'ont and Pine 



KOWS. 

Maynard's SE cor Pine and Battery 
South Park, Tliird bet Bryant and Brannan 
Tittel's, W s Clara Lane nr Sutter 

MHARVES. 

Beale Street, foot Beale 

Broadway, foot Broadway 

Central Pacific R. R., foot Second 

Cla}- Street, foot Clay 

Cowell's, extends from Battery bet Union and Filbert 

Dewey's, foot Third 

Dry Dock Co.'s, Hunter's Point 

East Street, from Market to Folsom 

Fillmore Street, fmit Fillmore 

Folsom Street, foot Fi ilsom 

Front Street, foot Front 

Green Street, foot Green 

Greenwich Dock, continuation Battery 

Hathawa.v's, cor Spear and Bryant 

Harrison Street, foot Harrison 

Hobbs', E s Long Bridge foot Fourth 

Hodgkin's, foot L, South S. F. 

Howard Street, foot Howard 

Humboldt, foot Spear 

India Dock, foot Batteiy 

Jackson Street, foot Jackson 

Larue's, East bet Market and Mission 

Lombard Dock, foot Lombard 

Main Street, foot Main 

Market Street, foot Market 

Meiggs', from Francisco bet Pow and Mason, North Beach 

Mission Street, foot Mission 

Montgomery and Francisco Street, foot Francisco 

North Point Dock, contin'n Sansom frm Lomb to Chestnut 

Oakland Ferry, East bet Market and Clay 

Oriental, foot First 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s, Brannan and First 

Pacific Rolling Mills Co.'s, Potrero Point 



Pacific Street, foot Pacific 

Rincon, foot Steuart 

Kincon Point, Spear bet Folsom and Harrison 

San Francisco Gas Co.'s Wharf, foot Second 

Second and Berry Street, foot Second 

Steamboat, Long Bridge 

Third Street, foot Third 

Union Street, foot Union 

Vallejo Street, foot Vallejo 

Washington Street, foot Washington 



PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 

Adelpiii Theater, 607 California 
Baldwin's Theater, 932-936 Market 
Bella Union Theater, 803 and 805 Kearny 
Bush Street Theater, 325 Bush 

California Theater, N s Bush bet Kearny and Dupont 
Chinese Theaters, 618 and 623 Jackson and 836 Wash 
German Theater (California), N s Bush bet Kear and Duy 
Grand Opera House, N s Mission bet Third and t'ourth 
Standard Theater, 320 Bush 

Woodward's Gardens, NsMissionbetThirteenthandFour- 
teenth 

PKOMINENT PLACES. 

Alcatraz Lsland, 2 miles NW Telegrajjh Hill 

Angel Island, 5 miles from City Hall 

Bay District Fair Race Grounds, 'entrance cor Seventh 

Av and Fulton 
Bay View, nr Hunter's Point, 5 miles S City Hall 
Bernal Heights, S of Serjientine Av bet San" Jos^ and San 

Bruno roads 
Black Point, junction Van Ness Av and Bay Shore 
Buena Vista Park, S of Haight bet Broderick and Lott 
Clark's Point, foot Broadway 
Cliff House, 6i miles W City Hall 
Dry Dock (California), Hunter's Point 
Fairmount, W a San .lose Road nr Thirtieth 
Farallones Islands, 29 miles from Citv Hall 
Fort Point nr the Golden Gate 4 miles" W City Hall 
Garratt's Point, h mile SW Huntei''s Point 
Golden Gate, 6 miles W City Hall 
Golden Gate Driving Park, Point Lobos Avenue 5 miles 

from City Hall 
Golden Gate Park, W of Stanyan bet D and H to Ocean, 

entrance Baker bet Oak and Fell 
H.ayes Valley, N of Market and W of Larkin 
Hoiladay Heights, bet Clay, Wash, Gough, and Octavia 
Holly Park, SW s Bernal Heights nr San Jose Road 
Hunter's Point, 5 miles SE City Hall 
Islais Creek Bridge, from the termination of Kentucky o 

Railroad Av 
Kensington, Howard nr Twenty-first 
Lagoon, Gough bet Lombard and Francisco 
Laguna de la Merced, 7^ miles SW City Hall nr Ocean 

View House 
Lake Honda, 4 miles SW City Hall 
Lakeville, nr Laguna dela Merced 
Lime Point, opposite Fort Point 

Lone Mountain, S of Point Lobos Avenue nrToll Gate 
Long Bridge, from foot Fourth to Potrero Nuevo 
Mission Creek, from Har and Nineteenth SE to the Bay 
Mission Dolores, 2\ miles SW City Hall 
Mountain Lake, 4 miles W City Hall fbet'Point Lobos Av 

and Presidio Road 
Mountain Lake Park, 4 miles W City Hall bet Point Lobos 

Av and Presidio Road 
North Beach, foot Powell Wto Black Point 
North Point, foot Francisco 

Ocean View House,Ocean House Road, 7 miles SW City Hall 
Ocean Side House, Beach Road 8 miles SW City Hall ; 
Ocean View Riding and Driving Park, Ocean House RoAd 

7 miles SW City Hall 
Pacillc Heights, Cal to Bdwy bet Van Ness Arand Fillmore 
Point Lobos, 6^ miles W City Hall 
Point San Quentin, Potrero Nuevo 
Potrero Heights, Potrero Nuevo nr Bay Shore 
Potrero Nuevo, 2k miles S City Hall 
Presidio, 3 miles W City Hall" 
Rincon Point, foot Harrison 
R\issian Hill, Taylor bet Broadway and Green 
San Jos(5 or Black Point, June \'an Ness Av and Bay Short 
Seal Rock, 6^ miles W City Hull 
Si»ring \'alley, nr and S Lagoon 

Telegraiili Hill, Montgomery from Broadway N to the Bay 
Tuckerville, from Buchanan to Webster and Wash to Pac 
Visitacion Valley, nrthe Hay and San Mateo f^ounty Line 
Yerba Buena, or Goat Island, 2 miles NE City Hall 



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AoEXT Special, Treasurj- Department, Cust<im House third 
floor 

Army, Militarj- Division of the Pacific, headquarters Pre- 
sidio Reservation 

Army, Department of California, headquarters Presidio 
Reservatiiiii 

Army, Engineers, Senior Enffineer, 533 Kearny, Fortifi- 
cations Harbor S. F., 533 Kearny; Ligbt-liouse, 120 
Sutter 

Army, Depots and Warehouses, NW cor Stockton and 
6'Farrell and Verba Buena Island 

Bankrui>tcy, Registers District California, 636 Clay and 24 
U. S. Court Building 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, Western Coast Division, 214 
Stockton 

Courts, United States Court Building, Circuit, rooms 2 
and 3 ; Clerk, 1 ; District, 9 ; Clerk, 14 ; District At- 
torney, 7 ; Afarshal, 5 ; Commissioners, 1 and 14 

Customs Fort San Francisco, C'oUector, Naval Otficer, and 
Suneyor, NW cor Washington and Battery ; A]j- 
praiser's Store, E s Saiisom Ijct Washington and Jack 

Inspector Boilers, 11 U.'S. Court Building 

Inspector Hulls, 11 U. S. Court Building 

Internal Revenue ; Collect<pr, U. S. Court Building ; Gang- 
ers, U. S. Court Building 

Land llflice. Register and Receiver, 610 Commercial 

Life Biiat Station, Ocean Beach nr Golden Gate Park 

Light-house, Twelfth District, 120 Sutter 

Marine Hospital, Presidio nr Mountain Lake 

Marine Hospital, Pacific Coast, Superintending Surgeon, 
715 Clay 

Mint, Superintendent, XW cor Fifth and Mission ; Assay- 
er. Coiner, Melter and Refiner, XW cor Fifth and Mis- 
I sion ; Treasurer, (i08 Connncrcial 

! Naval Rendezvuus, 504 Washington 

Navy Pay Drtice, 4:54 California 

Pension Agent Army and Navy, 620 Washington 

Post-otlice, Postmaster, NW cor Washington and Batten- ; 
Assistant Siiiverintendent Railway Mail Service, C0() 
MontgonitTV : Sjiecial Agents, 320 Sansom 

Secret Service Di\'sion, 5 U. S. Court Building 

Shipping < oninil>sioner, NE cor Front and Jackson 

Signal Service. 42 Merchants' Exchange 

Supervising Ins|K;ctor Steam Vessels, 11 U. S. Coiu-t Bldg 

Surveyor-(;eneral California, 300 610 Commercial 

Treajiurer Assist;int, 60S Connncrcial 



STATE. 

Ahhavrr State, 328 Mfmtgomerj- 

Hank Commissioners, 202 Sansom 

Fi^h Connnissioners, 401 California 

Harbor I.N>nniiissioners, 10 California 

Immigration Conunissioner, 21 Davis 

Inspector ti:i!< McterM, 531 Mission 

Insurance Connnissioner, 101 California 

Pilot Connnlssioiiors, 34 Merchants' Exchange 

Pilot.", offlces U. S. Court Building 

I'lirt Wardens. 525 Front 

Supreme Court, 640 Clay, Judge's chambers 640 Clay 

«'ITV AM» <-orXTl. 

Anskssou County, Nrw City Hall first floor 

Attorney and Counselor. New Citv Hall third floor 

Attorney District, old city Hall third floor 

Att-irney Police, City Hall 17 first floor 

Audit^ir <'ounty. New City Hall first floor 

Board Citv Hall Commissioners. S\V cor Leavenworth and 

McAllister 
IkMird Educiition, New City Hall third floor 
Board Election Commissioners, New Citv hall basement 
Board Eijuallzation, New City Hall second floor 
Board Fiftccntli Avenue Extension Commissioners, .59 

aiul <i0 Merchants' Exchange 
Board Health, 124 Gearj- 
Board Reveinie Fund Oimmissloners, Mayor's Office New 

City Hall 
Board .Su|>ervlsoni Clerk of. New City Hall second floor 
Hoard Water Conunissi. n-rs, Mavor's Offlee New City Hall 
Clerk County, old City Hall first floor 
Coroner Comity, 10 O'FarrcIl 



Court Fourth District, Old City Hall second floor, Judge's 
chambers 29 Montgomery Block 

Court Twelfth District, Old City Hall second floor. Judge's 
chambers 45 Montgomery- Block 

Court Fifteenth District, S Montgomery- Avenue third 
floor. Judge's chambers 8 Montgomerj- Av third floor 

Court Nineteenth District, New City Hall second floor, 
Judge's chambers New City Hall second floor 

Court Twenty-third District, 27 Post, Judge's chambers, 
27 Post ■ 

Court Municipal Appeals, Old City Hall second floor, 
Judge's chambers Old City Hall second floor 

Court Couutj-, New City Hall second floor. Judge's cham- 
bers New City Hall second floor 

Court Probate, New City Hall second floor. Judge's cham- 
bers New City Hall second floor 

Court Municipal Crimmal, Old City Hall second floor. 
Judge's chambers 417 Kearny 

Court City Criminal, Old City Hall, second floor. Judge's 
chambers Old City Hall second floor 

Court Police, Old City Hall first floor, Judge's chambers 
Old City Hall second floor 

Court Justices, SE cor Kearny and Washington 

Fire Alann and Police Telegraph, Brenham PI 

Fire Deiiartment Commissioners, Old City Hall first floor 

Fire Department Corporation Yard, N s Sacramento bet 
East and Drwnm 

Fire Department Engineers, Old City Hall first floor 

Fire Marshal, Old City Hall third floor 

Grand Jury Rooms, New City Hall basement 

Harbor Police, E s Davis nr Pacific 

Health Oflicer, 124 Geary 

Hospital, E s Potrero Av bet Twenty-second and ISventy- 
third 

House of Correction, Old San Jos6 Road, 5 miles from 
City Hall 

Industrial School, Old San Jos6 Road, 5 miles from City 
Hall 

Jail, N s Broadway bet Kearny and Dupont 

License Collector, New City Hall basement 

Market Insjiector, 124 Geary 

Mayor City and County, New City Hall first floor 

Park Conmiissioners, 32S Montgomery 

Physician Citv, 514 Kearny 

Police Chief, Old City Hali first floor 

Police Commissioners, Old City Hall second floor 

Pound Keeper, N s California bet Walnut and Laurel 

Public Administrator, 309 Montgomery, room 12 

Quarantine ottieer. 502 Batters- 
Recorder ( ounty, Hall of Records, New City Hall 

Registrar of Voters, New City Hall basement 

Sheriff County, Old City Hull first floor 

Station House, Old City Hall basement 

Sujierintendent Conunon Schools, New City Hall third 
fl oor 

Superintendent Streets, basement Old City Hall cor Mer- 
chant and Dunbar Court 

Surveyor County, Old City Hall first floor 

Tax Collector County, New City Hall first floor 

Treasurer County, New City Hall first floor 



<'ITY OKDIX i\('E. 

HACKS AND CABS— RATES OF KARB. 

A Hack for 1 person not exceeding 1 mile $1 50 

A Hack for 2 or more persons, not exceeding 1 mile 2 50 

Each additional mile for each passenger 50 

A Cab for 1 person not exceeding 1 mile 1 00 

A Cab for 2 or more persons, not exceeding 1 mile. . 1 50 

Each i)assenger for each additional mile 25 

A Cab for 2 jiersons. when engaged by the hour, to 
be coinputcti for the time occupied in going and 
returning. iiuludingdetention, for the first hour 1 .50 

Each subsequent hour so used 1 00 

A H.^ck for 4 or less persons, when engaged by the 
h<jur. to be computed for the time occupied in 
going and returning, including detention, for the 

first hour 3 00 

Each subsequent hour so used 2 00 

No extra charge shall be made for the ordinary amount 
of baggage. 

Penalty for violating this ordinance not less than 85 
nor more than $10 for each offence. 



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Pine Scarfs and Neckties at GEO. LOOMIS'. 706 to 716 Keamy St 



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Adajb Kobert Q.,t. 7 Yerba Buena ♦ 

Adelsdorfer Ernest (Ernest Adelsdorfer k Co.), r. 1605 
Goutjh 

ADELSDORFER ERXEST «& CO., manufs 
coffee, spices, and yeast powder, 406-408 Sansom 

Adler Aaron A. (Jost & Adler), r. 311 Dupont 

Aigeltinger Cbarles A., teamster Pacific Commercial 
Co., r. 1^0.3^ Polk 

Albreclit Albert, waiter August C. Becker, r. 440 Bush 

Alexander tVilliam Rev. D.D., acting pastor First 
Presbyterian Church, r. Oakland 
! Alger Hiram V., boxmaker, r. 2 Boai-dman PI 

Allan John, stone seal-engraver, 331 Kearny, room 13, 
r. 1 Geary PI 

Allen Bessie Mrs., tailoress, r. 35 Clara 

Allen Charles Harrison, r. 221 Davis 

Allen George, carpenter Cal. Planing Mills, r. 312 Ji 
Waller 

Allovon Alfred F., r. 1237 Stockton 

AliOJAMIEXTO ESPAXOL., Robinson, 807 Cal- 
ifornia 

Alston Mortimer, r. 315 Greenwich 

Auibrogi Narciso, teamster, r. 2 Boyd 

Ambrogi Natale, peddler, r. 2 Boyd 

Ambrose Joseph, laborer, r. 221 Tehama 

American Mercantile Union, Willis P. Haynes and 
Eben G. Cram managers, 'iffice 22 Alontgomery 

AMERICAN TACK CO, . Barker & Snow agents, 
office 408 Market 

Amiraux P., mining engineer, office 513 California, r. 
114 Vicksburg 

AMOSKEAG AXE CO., Barker & Snow agents, 
office 4ii8 Market 

Anderson John, capitalist, r. 1413 Clay 

Anderson Joseph, r. 338 Minna 

Anderson Louis, r. 1032 Market 

Anderson L. Pet (widow) , spirit medium, office and 
r. 8.i0 Market 

Anderson S. J., r. 115 Powell 

Andrews Tyre Napoleon, carijenter, r. 620 Jones 

Anson Patiii k F,, house and sign painter, 38 Califor- 
nia, r. 2011 Hyde 

Anthony Florence M. Miss, teacher music, r. G36 Ful- 
ton 

Anthony Sarah A, (widow), r. 636 Fulton 

Anthony William O., salesman Peixotto & Silverman, 
r. 107 OFarrell 

Applegarth John, miller Cosmopolitan Milling Co., r. 
Oakland 

Applegat' John J. (Cunningham k Co.), r. 53 Silver 

Arms Clayton, lauudryman S. F. Laundry, r. 16 Peiry 

Armstrong John R., delivery clerk Pacific Mail S. S. 
Co., r. 935 Howard 

Armstrong Louisa Mrs., r. 33 Rausch 

Arnold Brothers (Cyrus M. and Gilbert C), real es- 
tate and money brokers. 207 Kearny, room 5 

Arnold George, clerk Leon Pieper, r. 035 California 

Arnold George A., tanner, r. cor Fourteenth Av and 
P., South S. F. 



Arnold Henry A., clerk N. S. Arnold k Co., r. 2214 

Pine 
Amstein Liidwig, bookkeeper Stein, Simon & Co., r. 

1528 Salter 
Aronsberg Jennie Mrs., r. 35 Russ 
Arrowsmith John, r. 412 Natoma 
Arthur Edward, r. 1030'^ Howard 
Arthur John, r. 1030}^ Howjrd 
Arzberger Martin, painter Thomas Downing, r. 119 

Park Av 
Asberry A. M. T., r. 930^ Folsom 
Asberry James, r. 930^:1 Folsom 
Ashcom I. E. Mrs., r. 937 Post 
Asten John L., r. 3>tl East 
Aster George, bookbinder, 1622 West Mission 
Atlantic Fire and Marine Insurance Co. (Providence, 

R. I.). A. P. Flint general agent, office 313 Cal 
Atwood A. N., r. 94u Mission 
Atwo'id William T., assistant secretary Pacific Stock 

Exchange, r. 41(; Tyler 
Augt-r John, r. ii'i Natoma 
Austin M iry E. Miss, r. 1122 Market 
Axelrod Samuel, r. 426 Natoma 
Axford Sarah Miss, teacher, r. 423 Fell 
Ayers Lottie M. Mr3.,r. 16 Taylor 



B.\BE Jerome L., diamond merchant, r. 110 Kearny, 
room 5 

Ba ■held'i;- Eliza Mrs., dressmaker, r. 715 Valencia 

Bachelder WiUium K., carpenter, r. 715 Valencia 
aeon Georgia A. Mis.s, r. 300 Sixteenth 

Bai-(m Jacob (Bacon .\; Co.), r. 2122 Howard 

Badg-ra' Central Park (Oakland), office 310 Kearny 

Baggett WilUam T. (William T. Baggett & Co.) . r. 961 
Mission 

Baggett William T. k Co., publishers and proptrs Pa- 
cific Coast Law Journal, office 720 Market 

Baggs Isaac, attorney at law, office 720 Market, 
rooms 7-8 

Baker Joseph, teamster Louis Sloss k Co. 

Baker Joseph H., sergeant police City Hall, r. 614 
Che-tnut 

Baker J, T., book'.eeper, r. 22 Geary ^ 

Baldwin Charles (Baldwin & Higgins), r. 246 Thn*d 

Baldwin William L., r. TliJ^ Bush 

Baldwin Jt H.ggins (Charles Baldwin and Walter Hig- 
ging), pr ptrs Skating Rink, 24ii Third 

)ialll)ach Leopold, met illur^'ist, r. The Baldwin 

Bamford M. L. Mrs., r. 523 Kearny 

Banning John, r. 2115 H )ward 

Bar.ka I. B., cuirop idist, 106 McAllister 

Bar.leuwerper > harles P., porter German Savings and 
Loan Siic. r. 9 Stockton 

Barg John C. (D. Tie dem nn & Co.). r. 840 Howard 

Birker Junes B., rAHUs Fifth 

B.\RL,IXtt HARRY, agent San Jose Pottery, vit- 
rified iron stone sewer pipe, chimney tops, flower 
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Bamett Joseph, r. 919 Polk 

BARR CHARLES, proptr Barton Ale House, 534 

Califoniia, r. 335 Geary 
Barr Sarah A. Miss, absistaut Girls' High School, r. 

1209 Sutter 
Barrie David, conductor Clay St. Hill E. K., r. 1509 

Leavenworth 
Barrows Edward C, i^ressman A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 

516 O'Farrell 
Barrows J., r. 867 Market 
Barrows Lottie M. Miss, assistant Turk Street Primary 

School, r. 51*; O'Farrell 
Barrows Mary (widow), r. .516 O'Farrell 
Barrows 'WiUiam H., attorney at law, office 74 Mont- 
gomery Block, r. 516 O'Farrell 
Barry Edward S., r. 812 Kearny 
Barsotti Virgilio (P. Perpoli & Co.), r. 413 Union 
Barstow B. B., r. 612 Mission 
Barth William, r. lOJ^ Cleaveland 
Bartlett Hazen W., captain schr Mignonette, r. 1820 

Jessie 
BASliER GEORGE A., house and sign painter, 

5 Taylor, r. 29 Pe.irl 
Batchelder Levi L., stevedore, r. 218 Stockton 
Batchelder William S., clerk S. F. News Co., r. 218 

Stot-kton 
Bateman John, carpenter, r. 101 Minna 
Bates Louis J., r. 917 Market 
Baum G. W., r. 708 Leavenworth 
Baux Victoria (widow) , r. -1 Chatham PI 
BAY AND COAST TELEGRAPH CO., A. E. 
Davis president, directors' office 20-21 Nevada 
Block, business office 140 Montgomery 
Bay City Market, M. Gradwohl & Co. proptrs, 114G 

Market 
Beach George E., r. 207 Linden 
Beach Lucinda B. (widow) , r. 207 Linden 
Beale A. F. Miss, teacher music, r. 1329 Clay 
Beale A. S. (mdow) , r. 1329 Clay 
Beau Edwin F., r. Abbottsford House 
Beard Alfred, carpenter, r. 912 Larkin 
Beatty 11. M. Mrs., r. 917 Market 
Beauchamp J. A. (widow), r. 2430 Sacramento 
Beaver Terrence, bartender Hageman & Haquette, r. 

7 Dupont 
Beban Rofco, restaurant, SE cor Broadway and Du- 
pont, r. 412 Green 
Beck Francis E., bookkeeper Anglo-Califomian Bank, 

r. 1231 Turk 
Beck Nelson, barkeeper Martin Walters, r. 30 Clay 
Becker Frederick, tailor, 1644 Harrison 
Becker Louis, r. 257 Muina 
Bedell L. H.. r. 208 Stockton 
Behre Frederick, foreman Ernest Adelsdorffer & Co., 

r. 396 McAlli.ster 
Behrens Adrieu G., clerk, r. 334 Duncan 
BehrensH. C. F., physician, office 22 Montgomery, r. 

334 Duncan 
Behrens Walter N. F., engineer Palace Hotel, r. 334 

Duncan 
Bell Andrew, r. 114 Hayi,-s 
Bell John C r. 909 Jackson 
Itell John W., clerk N. Y. department Wells Fargo & 

Co., r. 46 Liberty 
Bell William H., r. 523 Stevenson 
Belli Angelo (Fabri & Belli) , r. 423 Broadway 
Bello Bruno K., r. 1237 Dupont 
BEI.iI.iRL'DE J. S. (Saucelito and San Francisco 

Transfir Co.) , office 324 Davis, r. Saucelito 
Bendick E. B., r. 113 Leidesdorff 

Benhani .\zel M.. pianos, organs and musical mer- 
chandise, 647 Jlarkiit, r. Oakland 
BENHAItl CAL.HOUN, attorney at law, office 330 

Pine, r. 109 Filth 
Beuhani Raymond S., commercial traveler, r. 338 

dThirteenth 
Benhayrn .Jacob, salesmau, r. .507 Wj Hyde 
Benjamin Henry, second hand clothing, 957 Folsom 
Benjamin J., r. 957 Folsoin 
Bennett Aaron J., salesman, r. 2724 Folaom 
Bennett CUiMuciit, official shortliand reporter, office 

434 C:ilifornia, room 10, r.426 Geary 
Bennett F. M., bookkeeper, r. 405 Nutoma 
Bennett George (Bennett Brothers), r. 1931 Sutter 
Bennett Joseph F., printer, r. 213 Hitch 
Bennett M., r. 218 Grove 

Benson Henry, furniture dealer, r. 217 Mason 
Bequette D.. president and superintendent Cosmopol- 
itan Milling Co., office 712 Sansoui, r. 1206 Jackson 
Bergerole Louis E., printer, r. 273 Jessie 



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Bergman Samuel, butcher M. Gradwohl & Co 

Tyler 
Berkeley Land and Town Improvement Association, 

Samuel A. Penwell secretary, office 652 Market, 

room 3 
BERLIN - COLOGNE FIRE INSURANCE 

CO., Hutchinson & Mann agents, office 322-324 

California 
Bern hard Robert, ship and freight broker, office 302 

California, r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Bernstein Abraham, peddler, r. 713 Polk 
Beronio Peter, r. 818 Sansom 
Bert Charles G., salesman C. & F. Nauniau, r. 606 

Shotwell 
Bert Edmond G., actor Grand Opera House 
Bertheau C. Jr. (Henry Balzer & Co.) , r. SE cor Gough 

and Tyler 
Berwin Louis D., tailor, 1061 Market 
Bestor Henry T.. architect, r. 1921 Sutter 
Betanzos I., r. 1028 Market 

Bettenbenner Robert V.. carpenter, r. 133 Fifth 
Biauchi Carlo (L. J. Ruffino & Co.), r. S s Washing- 
ton, bet Mason and Powell 
Bigley Michael, r. cor Seventeenth and Dolores 
Billings H. A. (widow) . r. 14 Turk 
Binckmann J. K., with Berlin-Cologne Insurance Co., 

r. 27 % Oak Grove Av 
Bingham Edward T., rubber stampmaker, r. 137 

Montgomery 
Binuey A. J., r. .502 Eddy 
Bird Frank, shipcarpenter, r. 1309 Jackson 
BirdK.W., r. 33 Moss 
Bishop Alonzo L., r. 1716 Sutter 
Bishop William F., r. 1620 Post 
Bissel W. A., chief clerk freight department Central 

Pac. R. R., office SW cor Fourth and King. r. 1010 

Sutter 
Bitaur J. (Bitaur & Gaye) , r. 911 Pacific 
Bitaur & Gaye (J. Bitaur and M. Gaye) , bakery, 911 

Pacific 
Black Henrietta (widow) , dressmaker, 7 Leavenworth 
Blackmau Lottie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 118 Post 
Blackmau Philetas S., machinist, r. 118 Post 
Blackmar A. E., clerk Bancroft. Knight & Co., r. 722 

Bush 
Blair David Boyle (Blair, Van Tassel & Co.), and con- 
sular agent Brazil, office 216 Sansom, r. Oakland 
BLAIR, VAN TASSEL & CO., general agents 

Scottish Commercial Insurance Co. (Glasgow 

Fire) , office 216 Sansom 
Blake James W., physician, office and r. 1911 Geary 
Blake Mary A. (widow), dressmaker, r. 603 Pine 
Blattner Nicholas (McNally & Blattner) , r. 228 Green 
Bledsoe Horace W., with Aaron N. Levy, r. 142 

Seventh 
Blohm Frances (widow) , lodgings, 1028 Market 
Blomford Nicholas, laborer, r. 26 Ritch, rear 
BLOOD J. H., attorney at law, notary public, 

and commissioner deeds, office 304 Montgomery, 

r. 424 Geary 
Bloom Charles, r. 221 Elm Av 

Bloom Eliza (widow), dressmaker, r. 221 Elm Av 
Bloom Josie Miss, dressmaker, r. 221 Elm Av 
Bloomer John G.. superintendent Western Union 

Telegraph Supply Department, office 416 Mer- 
chant, r. 1620 Larkin 
Blum Jacob, merchant, office 117 Battery, r. 1103 Van 

Ness Av 
Blum Robert (London Furniture Co.), r. 318 Sutter 
Blum Sarah (widow) , r. 1103 Van Ness Av 
Blumenthal Julius, U. S. storekeeper North Point 

Dock Bonded and Free Warehouse, r. 319 Geary 
Bodwell Emma (widow), r. 707 Laguna 
Bonestell Louis H. (A. D. Remington & Co.), r. Oak- 
land 
BONNEY OLPHA Jr.. mauuf woodworking ma- 
chinery and band saws, 221 Mission, r. 730 Capp 
Bookstaver Mary J. (widow), r. 447 Jessie 
Bookstaver Walter H., driver W. H. Brown & Co., r. 

447 Jessie 
Borie Henry J., mining and civil engineer, r. 156 

Third 
Bose Maggie Miss, r. 1410 Octavia 
Bouton Frank G., tailor, r. 1334 Washington 
Bouton Wilson F., clerk George Howes & Co., r. 32 

Ellis 
Bowles George R. (Bowles & Darrow) . r. 223 Post 
Bowman Besharei, clerk W.Warner Henry, r. 28 Mc- 
Allister 
Bowman William .)., pro luce agent, r. 1155 ?<; Howard 



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Boy'd John M., r. 306 Davis 

Boyle Cornelia Mrs., r. 907 Stockton 

Bradbiiiy H. E. (widow) , r. 923 Joues 

Bradley Nellie Miss, r. 517 Fourth 

BRAZIL, David Boyle Blair consular agent, office 

216 Saiisom 
Breen John, cooper, r. 32 Willow Av 
BRENNAN RICHARD P. REV., rector Mission 

Dolores Church, r. SW cor Sixteenth and Dolores 
Breslin Edward, r. 1104 Market 
Bresse Louis, restaurant, 310 Mont, r. 708 Larkin 
Briggs Jane Mrs., r. 1776 Folsoia 
Brook Grei-mau, collector, office 436 Montgomery, r. 

1326 Green 
Brooks Edwin S., clerk American Tract Society, r. 17 

Liberty 
Brooks John, r. 2019 Folsom 
Brower Lewis T., r. SW cor Webster and Ellis 
Brown A. Mrs., r. 19 Ninth 

Brown B. L., princiiial West End School, r. 733 Bush 
Brown Georgia (widow) , r. 30.5 Jones 
Brown Harry H., r. 335 OTarrell 
Brown Jesse, barkeeper, NE cor Bush and Batterv 
Brown L. B., r. 1030J^ Howard " • 

Brown L. L., teacher, r. 2043 Mission 
Brown Martin, laborer Potrero Blarine Railway, r. cor 

Illinois and Sierra 
Brown M. B. Mrs., r. 1917 Geary 
Brown Thomas, r. 2437 L.^rkin 
Brown Thomas A., photographer, 606 Kearny, r. NE 

cor Folsoni and Fourteenth 
Brown Willard B., comp- sitor Figaro, r. 1021 Mission 
Browu William, r. 714 Ellis 
Brown William, superintendent Potrero Marine Eail- 

way, r. Sierra, nr Louisiana 
Browne Edward, r. 542 Minna 
Browne P. B., r. 1329 Clay 
Browne William, salesman Bernard A. Sehlingheyde, 

r. Oakland 
BRUCE DONALD, printer Chinese and labels, 

537 Sacramento; r. 1010 Hyde 
Bruce J. R., r. SE cor Railroad and Fifteenth avs, 

South S. F. 
Briick Herman Rev., pastor German M. E. Church, r. 

864B Folsom 
Bucholtz Mary Miss, teacher, r. 1717 Clay 
Bucklaud Charles, r. 1220 Mission 
Buckley Frank (Gordon & Buckley) , r. Oakland 
Bujannoff & Rohrbach (Reinhold Bujannoflf and John 

J. Rohrbach), manufs jewelry and importers 

precious stones, 13 Trinity 
Bunker Hill Discovery Mining Company (Mono Co., 

Cal.), Walter B. Whitehouse secretary, office 401 

Market 
BURCKE ARSENE, proprietor Vienna Model 

Bakery, 205 Kearny, r. 1011 California 
Burdick J. C, mauuf lubricating oils, 208 Pacific, r. 

902 Twentieth 
Burke Martin J. (Madison & Burke and Madison, 

Burke & Co.), r. The Baldwin 
Burnham Frank P. (Wolfe & Burnham), r. Oakland 
Burns Andrew, teamster B. Dreyfus & Co., r. 308 Ful- 
ton, rear 
Burns Paul O., agent Bach, Meese & Co-, r. 606 Pow- 
ell 
BUYER, REICH & CO. (Charles Buyer, Leopold 

Reich and Leopold Diamant) , importers and job- 
bers zephyr worsted and fancy goods, 129 Kearny 



Cadden Matthew, janitor Broadway Grammar School, 

r. 457 Jessie 
Cafferty Nellie Miss, r. 25 J^ Sixth 
Cafferty Sabina Mrs., r. 253^ Sixth 
Cain Harry M., r. 1155}^ Howard 
Calderon Felipe C, bookkeeper W. & T. Deakin, r. 

1211 Powell 
Caldwell G. C, r. 2106 Jackson 
Calhoun David, liquors, 412 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA PARMER (weekly), Warren & 

Co. propti's, office 320 Clay 
California Institute of Bookkeeping and Penmanship, 

Heins k Metcalf proptrs. 417 Kearny, room 19 
CA L.IPORNI A POWDER AVORKS (Santa Cruz 

Co., Cal.), J. H. Baird president, John F. Lohse 

secretary, office 230 California 
California Printing Co. (C. Warren and Harry Lieb), 

838 Market 
California Rock Candy Works, E. G. Lyons & Co. 

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retary, office 312 California 

Callan Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 1609 California 

Camii William C, signpainter, r. 34 Harriet 

C!ampbell George B., r. 24 Post 

Campbell Mary H. Mrs., r. 1933 Geary 

Campbell Samuel J., market, 263 Third, r. 251 Third 

Campion Benjamin W., attorney at law, office 720 
Market, rooms 15-16, r. 222 Turk 

Canham Thomas P., painter, r. 15 Hayes 

Cardinell John A., collector, office 234 Montgomery, 
room 5, r. 430 Valencia 

Carlton William H., surveyor, r. 521 Pacific 

Caroe Laura Mrs., shirt manufr, 410 Kearny, room 9, 
r. 906 Filbert 

Carpenter Frederick H., carriagetrimmer B. Grave & 
Co., r. 715 Hyde 

Carr George P,, r. 1510 Larkin 

Carr Mary E., dressmaker, r. 401 Eighth 

Carroll Michael, .shoemaker, 1329}^ Clay, r. 1310 
Jackson 

Carter James A., r. Nucleus House 

Carty Paul, nightwatchman Searle & Bode, r. 640 
Minna 

Casebolt Jonathan B., carpenter, r. 916 Devisadero 

Casey Peter S. Rev., assistant pastor St. Peter's (E.G.) 
Chiurch, E s Alabama, bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifth 

Casey Thomas, stoves, tinware, and crockery, 41 
Sixth, r. 1821 Jessie 

Cassidy Bernard, r. 18 Welsh 

Cathcart James, cooper, r. 1011 Battery, rear 

Catton Charles H., bookkeeper J.W. Grace & Co.. r. 
1939 Geary 

Catton W. D., with Harrison & Co., r. 1417 Taylor I 

Caughlin James, r. 12 Tehama PI i 

Cavallera S. (Cavallera & Meihela), r. SE cor Mason 
and Ellis 

Cavallera & Meihela (S. Cavallera and Frank Mei- 
hela) , groceries and liquors, SE cor Mason and 
Ellis 

Cazneau Walter N., clerk, r. 1153 Folsom 

Cerrier Edward Mrs., r. 515 Hyde 

Chadwwi k Elizabeth Mrs., r. 1053 Harrison 

Chamberlain Annie, domestic 737 McAllister 

Champion Louis, laborer, r. 9 Hinckley 

Chapman Katie T., lodgings, 103 Geary 

Chapman Robert Mrs., dressmaker, r. 782 Harrison 

Chappins Edwin, r. 824 Pacific 

Chase Charles E., r. 479 Jessie 

Chase Kate W. Miss, r. 916 Twentieth 

Chase Nellie F. Miss, 916 Twentieth 

Chenbeary Peter M., coachman, r. 433 Bush 

Chisholm Alexander, harnessmaker Main & Winches- 
ter, r. 734 Clementina 

Chisholm Shovel Co. (Cleveland, Ohio) , W. M.Wilson 
agent, 123 California, room 4 

Christeusen Theodore, cooper Spear Street Mills, r. 
Alameda 

Church R. O., r. 202 Sixth 

Chute Alanson W., gasfitter, r. 69 Broadway 

Clapp Edward L. (Clapp & Jessup), r. 920 Larkin 

Clark A. G. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 18 Seventh 

Clark George D., manager Pacific Pottery, office 1407 
Market, r. 935 Howard , 

Clark James, driver N. B. and Mission R. R., r. 935 
Folsom 

Clark J. Fessenden (Shinn & Co., Niles Station) , office 
413 Market, r. 619 Harrison 

Clark Lorenzo B., candy manuf, NE cor Polk and 
Lombard 

Clark N., proptr Pacific Pottery, depot 1407-1409 Mar- 
ket 

Clark R. Frank, r. 813 Valencia 

Clark Thomas G., r. 830 Mission 

Clark T. P., butcher, r. 110 Perry 

Clark Xenos ¥., draftsman U. S. Surveyor-General's o 
Office, r. 1800 Laguna 3 

Clarke Annie Miss, r. 415 Eddy 

Claveau Louis, miller and mill-stone builder Cosmo- 
politan Milling Co., office 712 Sansom, r. Oakland 
Clay & Co. (Frederick Clay), commission "brokers, 

office 113 Leidesdorff, room 1 
Clements F. H., r. 614 Castro 
Clifi'ord John, r. 517 Jones 
Close Charles J., clerk R. R. Swain & Co., r. NW cor 

Leavenworth and Francisco 
Clough Alton H., mining secretary, office 315 Califor- 
nia, rooms 1 and 2, r. Fruit Vale 
Coady Charles F., r. 120 Gilbert 






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Cobb Charles T,, r. 517 Taylor 

Cobum Frank A., cook, r. 1'25 Chattanooga 

Cf ghlan Daniel W., stationery and cigars. 926 Larkln 

Cohen Mercado, cigaretttmaker, r. 139 J^ Perry 

Cohen Thomas P., coachman Christian Muller, r. 142 

Rose Av 
Cohn Simon, peddler, r. 522 Grove 
Coififerd M., lodgings, 279 Minna 
Colburn T. VT., sfcretary Meadow Valley Mining Co., 

office 414 California, r. 92;5 Washington 
Colby Charles>K., shipcarpenter, r. 910 Twentieth 
Colby Eldridge G., r. 916 Twentieth 
Cole Charlts I)., clerk J. H. Blood, r. 424 Geary 
Cole William H. B., teacher, r. 1613 Leavenworth 
Coleman Barney H., bookkeeper, r. 916 Hyde 
Coleman Belle C. Mrs., actress, r. 1023 Larkin 
Coleman Benjamin F., bookkeeper Sherman. Hyde & 

Co., r. 916 Hyde 
Coleman John, r. 13 Broadway 
Coleman John W., engineer, r. 1023 Larkin 
Coleman Richard C.,r. 152 Natoma 
Coleman William, r. 142(; California 
' Collins Charles, upholsterer C. W. Ridgeway, r. 992 
Pine 
Collins Thomas, r. 2118 Howard 
Collins W.J. (Harrison k Co.). r. Palace Hotel 
CoUison John A., clerk Simon Mayer, r. 915 Polk 
' Colman Charles (Colmaii Bros.), r. 824 Sutter 
Colton Che.-^ter F., druggist, r. 15(0 Mission 
Coltim Emma F.Miss, r. 1.500 Mission 
Com' rford Edward, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill 
, Condoa S. B., laborer, r. 2815 California 
I Connor Francis, captain S. S. Oregon, Oregon S. S. 
' Co., r. 112 Gueri'ero 

Connor William W., policeman City Hall, r. 1412 How- 
I ard 

Conroy Edward C. (Cunningham &Co.),r. 1807 Du- 
' pont 

I CONVIS CHARLES E., mining, office 513 CaU- 
t foruia, r. 1104 Sacramento 

Conway George, coppersmith Charles W. Smith, r. 24 
] Ritih 

Cook Charles M., r. 5.50 Minna 
Cooper Andrew carpenter, r. 423 Mission , 

I Cooper Harry ()., r. 830 Pacific 
Cope George W. (Cope & Davis) , r. 416 Van Ness Av 
Corby Margaretta Miss, r. 1107 Pine 
I Corey Clarence A., compositor Edward Bosqiil & Co., 
I r. 927 Folsom 

I Corwin George W., shoemaker, r. .300 Sixteenth 
I Cor3-ell John R., i)hysician, office 318 Pine, room 15, 
' T. cor Chestnut and Leavenworth 

' Cosgrove James, painter and graiuer, r. 35 Rusb 
. Cosmoiiolitan Milling Co., D. IJequette presiilent and 
. fiupcrinteudeut, John Herd secretary, office 712 

Sansom 
' CoBtello Patrick, stone mason, r. 62 Everett 
Cotton J. Lee. student, r. 434 Second 
Cotton Leila Miss, r.434 Second 
I Coughlin J. J. & Co. (George McDonald), hamess- 
I makers, 903 Folsom 

j Cough'in John J. (J. J. Coughlin & Co.) , r. 35 Tehama 
Coiipplcs Martha Mrs., r. 8 Elliot Park 
Co\ir».'ide Bernardo (Courtade & Morelos), r. 1502 
] Mu^'on . 

I Coxirtade k Morelos (Bernardo Courtade and Refugio 
Morelos), starch manufs, 1409 Mason 
Consins W'illium (t., clerk George F. & William H. 

HliHrp, r. Nucleus House 
Cowan Rolii-rt H., pljysliiau and chiropodist, office 
230 Keiirny, r. S s Fifteenth, bet Folsom and Har 
Cox J. I)., r. 52 Second 
Cox ThiiniBH W.. r. 20 Taylor 
Coyle Stephen, harncssiuaker Main & Winchester, r. 

239 Eleventh 
Cram Et>en G., manager Aiuarican Mercantile Union, 

office 22 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Crane John J., tanner Mason's Tnnmry, r. 837 How 
Crawford Gi-orge W.. pressman H. S. Crocker & Co., 

r. 1014 Washington 
Cresarrlen Jean B., r. l.">18 Howard 
Crespo Antonio, teaiher Innguag. s, r. 807 California 
Crofton .lolin. sulesnian Thcimas Sullivan, r. 815 Eddy 
Cronin Jamis M., barkeeper Charles G. Butler, r. 32 

Fo\irth 
Croome William, dentist, offli-e and r. 025 Market 
Crosby Alfouzci B.. dyer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. 1312 Green 
Crothers James, salesman Bernard A. Schlingheyde, 
r. Oakland 



Crowe Hannah, domestic, 319 Hyde 

Crusoe Anne E. (widow) , r. 31 Liberty 

Crusoe Charles W., bookkeeper S. B. Wakefield & Co., 
r. 31 Liberty 

Crusoe Robinson D., bookkeeper Eppstein & Co., r. 31 
Liberty 

Cullen Fraiicis D., stonecutter, r. 360 Jessie 

Culver F. J., r. T Montgomery Av 

Cumberland Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Yavapai 
Co. Arizona) , John H. Griffiths secretary, office 
113 Leidesdorff 

Cummiugs Alexander, r. 1206 Market 

Cl'MMIXGS, GIMMEL & CO. (Henry K. Cum- 
mings and Edward G. Gimmel). fruit and pro- 
duce commission merchants, 424 Battery 

Ciuninings, Griffiths & Phillips (M. F. Cummings, 
John J. Griffiths, and J. S. Phillips), bookbind- 
ers, paper rulers, and blank book manufrs, 509 
Clay 

Cummings Henry K. (Cummings, Gimmel & Co.), r. 
20 Perry 

Cummings Mary, domestic 1121 Bush 

Cummings Michael F. (Cummings, Griffiths & Phil- 
% lips), r. 1725 Leavenworth 

Cummins Abraham, r. 317 Green 

Cummisky E. Mrs., r. 417 Mason, rear 

Cunningham John W., hostler James P. Ferguson, r. 
820 Mission 

Cunningham O. M., r. 1028 Market 

Cunningham Robert B. (Cunningham & Co.), r. 1503 
Wasliington 

CUXXIXGUAM 6i CO. (R. B. Cunningham, E. C. 
Conroy, and J. J. Applegate) , commission mer- 
chants, insurance fire and marine, merchandise 
and real estate brokers, 410 California 

Currey Samuel T., r. 930 Market 

Currie Frank P., r. Brooklyn Hotel 

Currie L. C. Miss, r. Abbottsford House 

Curtis Edward \., r. Grand Hotel 

Curtis George Q., cabinetmaker, r. 409 Stevenson 

Cushing V. (widow) , r. 18U0 Laguna 

Cutturo Pietro, basketmaker. 722 Front 

Cuvellier Bernard Charles, clerk Quartermaster's De- 
partment U. S. A., Presidio, r. 108 Taylor 



D'Hancourt Antonio, physician, office and r. 1234 Dup 

Dahmer Henry, r. 765 Market 

Dailey John, plumber and gasfitter, 1038 Folsom, r. 
230 Dora 

Dailey Norris. carjjenter, r. 315 Minna 

Daniels Benjamin, r. 424 Gough 

Dauuuieyer M. & Co., groceries, NW cor Seventh and 
Mission 

Darby Charles A., r. 18 Hawthorne 

Davis Arthur M., caiTier Morning Call, r. 1614 Powell 

Davis D. S. Mrs., r. 1826 Bush 

Davis E. C. r. .")18 Taylor 

Davis George E., compositor, r. 2315 Howard 

Davis George O. (Cope & Davis) , r. 522 Sutter 

Davis George T., warehouseman Wool Agency Ware- 
house, r. 905 Twentieth 

Davis John W., lua' hinist, r. 1635 Sacramento 

Davis Maurice, r. 1023 Mission 

Davis N. M., r. 911 Hyde 

Dawson Wallace (Nevada Co.), r. 217}4 Austin 

Day Arthur, burkeeixT. r. 7 Dupont 

De Grant Anita F. Mrs., teacher music, r. 333 Geary 

De Heimosillo Jesus F., r. 20 South Park 

De Morrie Bess (widow) .fortune t'ller, r.764 Mission 

De Nancy Barre. liquor saloon. 529 Pine 

De Ko Marion (widow), r. W2 Eddy 

De Soto Alkali Works (England), Harrison & Co. 
agents, offi.'e 413 California 

De Varney Leonard, r. 128 Eleventh 

De Vinceuso Domenieo, drayman, r. 517 Green 

De Wolfe Charles D., engineer, r. 315 Natoma 

Deane James R., painter, r. 416 Tyler 

Deane John J., stereotyiior S. F. Chronicle, r. 416 
Tyler 

Deane Katie I. Miss, assistant Bush Street Cosmopol- 
itan Primary School, r. 416 Tyler 

Deane Margaret Mrs., principal Columbia Street 
Primary School, r. 416 Tyler 

Deane Mary .\. Miss, assistant Mission Grammar 
School, r. 416 Tyler 

Dearborn Henry, himbernian, r. 1305 ;<. Polk 

Decry Charles, r. 2-16 Fourth 

DEGEX li. P., nianuf oak-tanned and raw hide 
belting, 10 Fremont, r. Oakland 



BULLOCK ci JON E? —Importing Tailors, 105 Montgomery St— Have Correct Styles. 



PINE HATS at the Plaza Store, GEO. LOOMIS', 706 to 716 Kearny St 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC. 



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Demers Hector, fruits and vegetables, cor Eighteenth 
and Viileucia 

Deming Edmund Orr (Peming, Palmer & Co.), r. 716 
Ellis 

Demiug Horace, r- 716 Ellis 

Dennis Francis H., physician and surgeon, office 20 
Montgomery, r. 502 Powell 

Dennison Lizzie Mrs., r. Occidental Hotel 

Derham Bartholomew, clerk F. S. Wensinger, r. 2317 
Polk 

Derham John F., hamessmaker, r. 2317 Polk 

Derham Oliver J., compositor Examiner, r. 2317 Polk 

Derwort W. H. H., stenographer, r. 3(;<; Natoma 

Desenfant Eugene Mrs., Isabery, 1211 Powell 

Desmond .Joseph, clerk JoseiDh Seymour, r. 216 Seven- 
teenth 

Devnin Mollie, waitress Nucleus House 

Dewar .John, shijaping and commission broker, office 
C>i Merchants' Exchange, r. 112 Natouia 

Dewar Peter, porter Glasgow Iron and Metal Import- 
ing Co., r. 1127 Harrison 

Dewar Sarah A. (widow), dressmaker, 7 Leavenworth 

Diamond Creek Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Nevada 
Co.), A. C. Shaw secretary, office 417 California 

Dietz .John, roaster Pioneer Reduction Works, r. E s 
Eighth, nr Folsom 

Dill John P., compositor H. S. Crocker & Co., r. cor 
Columbia and Twentieth 

DINGLE V CHARLKS L<,, agent Port Discovery 
Mills, Pier 10 Steuart, r. 876 Ea^t Fifteenth, Oak- 
land 

Dinniene John H., glass engraver, r. 1027 Twenty- 
first 

Directorio Commercial, Sturtevant Bros, publishers, 
office 116 Front 

Disbrow James W., r. 1.540 Eddy 

Diserens Frederick, bookkeeper Halls Safe and Lock 
Co., r. 1428 McAllister 

Diver John, r. 8623^ Folsom 

Dixon Bessie Miss, assistant Eighth Street Grammar 
School, r. 1 Bowles PI _ 

Dixon Samuel, stockbroker, office 238 iVEontgomery, r. 
33 Kearny 

Dodge & Pierce (James S.Dodge and James H.Pierce), 
stationers, 116 Post 

Doherty Delia Miss, domestic 1610 Larkin 

Donahue Bridget Miss, nurse, r. 21 Harriet 

Donovan .Jeremiah, laborer, r. .511 Stevenson 

Donovan Lucia Miss, r. 912 Vallejo 

Dorland J. D., r. 2510 Folsom 

Dorn Richard, r. 2623 Mission 

Dougherty Delia Miss, domestic 1610 Larkin 

Downer Edward, salesman C. C. Hastings & Co., r. 
479 Jessie 

Downes Thomas P., r. 1814 Washington 

Doyle Ellen (widow), r. 17 Zoe 

Doyle Mary Ellen Miss, seamstress, r. 17 Zoe 

Drady John, fireman, r. 3 Baldwin Court 

Drummoud 1. Mrs., r. G30H Jessie 

Du Prat Augustus, salesman E. G. Lyons & Co., r. 508 
Stockton 

Dubois William E., tinner and metal roofer, 504 Va- 
lencia, r. 17 Sherman 

Duckert M., r. 675 Mission 

Dufl' John R., r. 2.523 California 

Duggan Lizzie Mrs., r. 754 Harrison 

DUNAND IiOUIS F. (Harkness & Dunand) attor- 
ney at law, office 7 Montgomery Av, room 

Dunbar William F.. sign painter, r. 1013 Market 

Duncan J.Wylie, editor and publisher The Trade Her- 
ald, office 771 Mission 

Dundas William, salesman S. Mosgrove & Co.. r. 113 
Eighth 

Dunker Catherine (widow) , r. 569 Minna 

Dunlap Wilson (DunJap it Co.), and publisher Infor- 
mal Regular and Closing Session Prices, office 125 
Sansom, room 13, r. 115 Kearny 

Dunning David C, weigher J. W. Cox & Co., Front 
Street Public Scales, r. 1030 Montgomery 

Duorgeischel Joseph, porter Bernard A. Schlingheyde 

r. 125 Second, Oakland 
Durand George B., r. 251 Stevenson 
Duren Gfeorge, wheelwright S. F. Forge Co., r. 5153<j 

Bush 
Dwyer .John, driver Omnibus R. R., r. 16 Hampton PI 
Dwyer William J., r. 22'^ I^angton 
Dyer Matthew P., bricklayer New City Hall, r. 23 

Fulton 
Dyson James, glasscutter Whittier, Fuller & Co.,- r. 
5 Verona PI 



E.\sTON George (Jacobs & Easton),r. 830 Fulton i 
Eastwood A. B. Mrs., r. 1211 Turk 

Eddy A.W., r. 1428 McAllister I 

Edelman Abraham M., draftsman C. L. Bugbee, r. \ 

nvm Post 

Edgar Annie Miss, with Selig & Newman, r. 1117 
Montgomery 

Edgell J.W., r. 1036 Market 

Edinger Achille (Israel & Co.) , r. 323 Stockton 

Edwards Agnes Mrs., r. 1213 Powell 

Edwards Arthur W., r. 26 Turk 

Edwards Eliza Miss. r. Abbotsford House 

Edwards Maud L. Mrs., diessmaker, 917 Jones 

Ehmann Charles E., Pearl Art Gallery, 115 Fourth, r. 
107 Fourth 

Eisler Manuel, assayer and civil engineer, r. 1209 Leav- 
enworth 

Ekblad Martin, laborer Pioneer Reduction Works, r. 
506 Fourth 

Elkius Frank M., clerk, r. 1028 Market 

ElkiuB Ira S., negotiator and mining expert, office 
417 California, r. 1028 Market 

Elliot Charles, city superintendent Spring Valley 
Water Works, office 516 California, r. 2215 Steiner 

Elliot Harry C, student Heald's Business College, r. 
2215 Steiner 

Elliot Mary Miss, assistant Hayes Valley Primary 
School 

Ellis George W.. real estate and attorney at law, r. 
Abbotsford House 

Ellis William, driver Continental Oil and Transporta- 
tion Co., r. 519 Third 

Empire and Hartford Gold and Silver Mining Co. 
(Arizona), John H. Griffiths secretary, office 113 
Leidesdorff 

Empo Martin, laborer Pioneer Reduction Works, r. 20 
Folsom 

Enderlein Max, r. 14 Perry 

English M. F., r. SE cor Twenty-third and Folsom 

Enterprise Publishing Co., William W. Swadley pres- 
ident, E. P. Wason secretary, office 535 Clay, 
room 7 

Epley John W., r. 18 Hawthorne 

Eppinger S., r. 7 O'Farrell 

Erwin Edward, printer, r. 867 Market 

Evans Philip T., clerk Marcus S. Pechner, r. 722 Wash 

Evans T. E., r. 326 Ellis 

Evenson John J., clerk Joseph F. Schottler, r. 717 
Howard 

Everett A. M. Mrs. (widow) , r. 2094 Market 

Everhart Charles A., druggist, r. 541 Fourth 

Evers Augustus C, groceries and liquors, SE cor 
Montgomery and Vallejo 

EWIXG CH ARLiES G. , manuf s' agent, office 120 
Sutter, rooms 57-58, r. 29 Silver 



Fagan Michael, soda water manuf, r. .309 Third 

Fairchild George W.. engineer, r. 120 Sutter, room 34 

Fallon Nellie G. Mrs., r. 905 Post 

Earless Thomas A. (Pettigrew & Earless) , r. 1932 Pine 

Farley George, liquor saloon, 2131 Mission, r. 1709 
Stevenson 

Farnsworth Louisa, r. 1840 O'Farrell 

Farquhar Charles W., r. lOfiO Howard 

Farragut Fire Insurance Co. (New York) , E. D. Farns- 
worth & Son agents, office 202 Sansom 

Faylor George W. (Smith k Faylor), and collector 
Harrison St. Wharf, r. '209 Eleventh 

Faylor Michael D., r. 209 Eleventh 

FEDER M. M. «Si CO. (A. N. Levy), wholesale 
jobbers gents' furnishing goods, 123 Sansom 

Feldshaw Adolph, r. 3'20 Dupont 

Fenner Andrew, salesman Huntington, Hopkins & 
Co., r. 704 Post 

Ferguson George B.. r.. 937 Post 

Fichter George, steward P. Piiet, r. 530 Bush 

Finch W. G., restaurant, 522 California, r. 1806 Ellis 

Finnegan Francis, stonemason, r. 117 Bernard 

Finuegan Thomas, r. 20 Hunt 

Fish Emma Miss, clerk, r. 414 Jones 

Fisher A. A., r. Colonnade House 

Fisher I. C, r. 514 Geary 

Fisher J. N. Mrs., diessmaker, r. 270 Jessie 

Fisher Sarah F. (widow) , r. 713 J^ Bu.sh 

Fitzgerald Clements, clerk general freight office Cen- 
tral Pac. R. R., r. 412 Broadway 

Fitzgerald Ellen Miss, seamstress, r. 35 Russ 

Fitzgerald Jennie, r. 33 Russ 

Fitzgerald William, laborer, r. 412 Broadway 



BEAMISH'S Shirts have no equal— in Price, duality, or Fit 



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Fletcher Edward, r. 25fi Eighth 

Flint A. L., haruessmaker, r. 1:J Powell 

Flores Trinidad, saddle and haruessmaker.lOlO Kear- 
ney 

FlubacherEniil, boots and shoes. NW cor Dupout and 
Geary, r. N 9 Fifteenth, nr Church 

Foley F. "& Co.. hides, wools, etc., •219--221 Drumm 

Foley Francis (F. Foley & Co.). r. a^u Seventh 

Foley John C, carpenter, r. 317 (4reen 

Folsom Joseph E.. r. Clipper Hotel 

Fookes William G., r. 12.') Chattanooga 

Forbes Abraham P., speculatir, office 2'J Merchants' 
Exchange 

Forbes F.liza J. ATrs., r. International Hotel 

Ford Michael, r. Wl! Stevenson 

Forrest Flora Miss, r 10 Mint Av 

Forrester Alonzo, r. 50;i Bush 

Forst M. C.,r. :« Fifth 

Forsythe .\lexander, bookkeeper, r. 22 Geary 

Foss Emma L. Mrs., r. 704 Post 

Foss I,al{oy, r. 704 Post 

Foster E. J., r. 24 Hampton PI 

Foster Winthrop F., r. 141 Ninth 

Fouchet Edmond, cook, r. 1 Martha PI 

Fourdall Andrew, laborer Pioneer Reduction Works, 
r. (iio Fourth 

Fowler J. B.(G.W. Longley & Co.), r. 1309 Webster 

Fox Henry L.. commission stockbroker, 439 Califor- 
nia, r. 216 Turk 

FOX J. M., manager I'nion Mutual Life Insurance 
( o.. offlce GOl California, r. Oakland 

Francis Eunice E. Mrs,, r. 824 Lombard 

Francis William M., utturuey at law, office 302 Mont, 
gomery, r. 123 Ninth 

FrancUe John George, r. (ill Jackson 

Franco-.^merican Perfumery Co., Phillip Peck man- 
ager, 120 Sutter, ronms 21-22 

Frank Isaac, r. 1010 Larkiu 

FRANK S.vmVEI. H., leather, hides, etc., 415 
Battery, r. S\V cor Taylor and Sutter 

Fraser Thomas E., a;,'ent Lie; Trust, r. 224 Post 

P'razier W. S.. r. 4t; Second 

FREE LIBRjVRY, PaciBc Hall, Ns California, bet 
Kearny and ]>upont 

Free Tliinking Publishing Co.. publishers The Pacific 
Ci'nst Free Tliiiil;er. olfice f;o3 Washington 

FREEMAN G. MEREDITH, pliysiciau, office 
and r. lOl'.' Folsom 

FircHS GUSTAV A., groceries and liquors, SE 
cor Clay and l^eavenworth 

FuUard (ieorge. r. '.)ir> Jones 

Fullard N., r. Ulf) Jones 

Fulton Jobn R., clerk Rodgers, Meyer ^ Co., r. 1858M 
•Stevenson 

Fulton Margaret (widow), r. 1858V. Stevenson 

Funke H Richard, physician, office and r. 32(1 Kearny 

Furlong Patrick, stevedore, r. 02 Everett 



GAKroitii John B., contractor, 131(> Market 

Gagaii Thomas, laborer, r. 17 Twenty-second 

Gallagher E. A. T., r. 271'.i Mission 

Oallaglier Maggie J. Mrs., assistant Deuman Grammar 

School, r. 2719 Mission 
Galloway George, r. llOii Broadway 
Qainage John, r. W s Hyde, nr Ellis ^ 

Gander Henrick, r. 42(> Bron<lway 
Gaiiesvoort James, r. 1")()1 Washington 
GARCIA FRAiNC'ISCO, saloon and restaurant, 

718 Montgomery, r. S s Fifteenth, bet Noo and 

(Castro 
Oamett Edwin, carpenter, r. 807 California 
Garrett A. J., r. 528 Ellis 
Oarrick Annie J. (widow) , r. 24 Ash Av 
Oarthonie Cluirb's A., pliotographic printer, 41.') 

Montgomery, r. lOiM! Po>vell 
Gartllng George, blacksmith George L. Pierce, r. 423 

Harrison 
Garwood F. W., r. 2.')1 Perry 
GaMman (ieorge, r. 211ii Van Nobs Av 
Gates Emery M., helper inelter and refiner's depart- 
ment V. S. Mint, r. 1021 \. Market 
Oaudroii Adolph, moilelnuiker and sh 'oting gallery, 

040 Washington, r. 307 Clementina 
Gny Henry ('., exjiressman. NW cor Market and Front, 

r. N B Twenty-fourth, bet Valencia and San Jose 

Av 
Oearhart Charles W., mining, r. 29 Dupont 
Qelshakor Andrew, furniture manuf, 210-212 Mission, 

r. 413 Bryant 



General Insurance Co. of Magdeburg (marine), Gutte 

& Frank agents, office 307 California 
I Gerber Ernest T., watchmaker, r. .522 Howard 
I Gerber Jacques B., bootmaker, 5 Bay 
' Gerke Nellie Miss, r. KUs Washington 
Ger.iw Gideon C. wheelwright, r. 630 Tyler 
Gerrity Sarah, domestic 817 Howard i 

Gesvret Eugene (McClintock & Gesvret), r. 4 Burritt I 
■ PI 

Gibb Gavin J.W., sign painter and manuf window 

shades, .5 Taylor, r. 1511 Steiner 
' Gibbons Arthur, baker, r. 414 Natoma 
j Gibbons Susan H. (widow), r. 2516 Sacramento 

(iibson James, r. 924 '»> Harrison 
I Gifford William C, teamster M. Bell & Co., r. 638 
I Howard 

Gihon Julia F., r. 8.50 Van Ness Av 
Gilbert A., confectioner, 10 Kearny, r. 532 Harrison 
Gilchrist Charles A., student Hastings' College of the 

Law, r. 331 Kearny 
Gilfillan A., r. 24 Hampton PI 
Gillespie William M., r. 412 "i- Sixth 
GilUy Frank A., tinner Peter Abrahamson. r. 233 

Sixteenth 
Gilligan Ellen Miss, dressmaker, r. 1102 Montgomery 
Gillis Kate Miss, clerk U. S. Mint, r. 830 Mission 
Gilmore Frank T., clerk, r. 1121 Hyde 
Gimmel Edward (>. (Cummings, Gimmel & Co.), r. 

529 Geary 
(iiovanniui Philip (Giovannini & Co.), r. 125 Va- 
lencia 
GIOVANNIXI ».t CO. (Philip Giovannini), proptrs 

Union Brass Foundry. 417-419 Mission 
(iirard Paul, .iewclcr, r. 224 Jessie 
Gitehell James M., register Bankruptcy, office 10 

Court Block, 636 Clay, r. 1227 Washington 
Godrtard Henry W., r, 141 Fourth 
Goldliaum Luis, m<mey broker, 10 Kearny 
GoUbnau Bernhard. huirworker. 111 Geary 
GOL.IJSTEIN H. «S; CO. (J. K. Hay), candies, 

213 Kearny 
Gonzalez, Autoi^e, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 
Goodell C, proptr Marlborough House, NW cor ' 

Second and Folstun j 

Gopen Hattie A. Miss, r. 1028 Bush | 

Gordon G. L., r. 416 Fulton i 

Gordon Laura DeForce Mrs., law student Clara S. I 

Foltz, r. Commercial Hotel \ 

Gordon Samuel A. (Gordon & Buckley), r. 432; 

T(!hama ( 

Gordon & Buckley (Samuel A. Gordon and Frank i 

Buckley), wliolesale and retail cigars and to- 1 

bacco, 852 Market ' 

Gorman Delia Miss, seamstress Neustadter Bros., r. 35 i 

Russ I 

Gould A. S., superintendent North Carson Mine, r. 8 | 

Mason | 

Goweu Alice L. Mrs., bakery and confectionery, 819 '<i ' 

Howard j 

Gowen Benson F., miller, r. 819 V, Howard | 

Grace Pierce (Doyle .V (trace) , r. 110 Dora ' 

(irant Patrick, blacksmith, r. 2 Lincoln Alley I 

Graul James, carpenter, r. 322 Mission 
Gray Charles R.. attorney at law, office 632 Market, < 

room 13, r. West Berkeley j 

Gray Clement, clerk, r. 513 Ellis 
Gray D. L., 1n)okkeeper, r. 414 Jones 
Gray Ellen Miss, r. 935 Folsom | 

Gray George, r. 113 Prospect PI ^ 

Gray John P., student, r. 414 Jones 
Gray Michael, mining, r. 414 Jones I 

Green Alfred A., r. 1050 Howard ' 

Green John, miner, r. 1028 Market j 

Green Lizzie A. Miss, r. 110 Sixth 
Green Rosa R. Mrs., r. 1028 Market 
Greenebaum Henry, stockbroker, r. 1.507 Taylor 
Greenebaum William B., salesman Peck A: Eisenbach, 

r. 29 Duiiont 
Greenfield Charles H., salesman Bernard A. Schling- j 

lieyde, r. 793 Mission 
Grcenough G. G.. U. S. A., r. Grand Hotel I 

Gregorv J. M., r. 707 Mission, room 2 
Gr.y ()". H., r. 826 Kearny 
Griffith Evan G., r. 577 Minna 
Griffiths Allen, dentist, 142?i Fourth 
Grilfiths George W. Mrs., r. 44 Moss . 

Griffiths Cirilfith B., policeman City HaH.r. 1412 How- 
ard 
Grilfiths John H., mining secretary, office 113 Leides- 
"dortr, room 1, r. 2510 Webster 



BULLCCK & JONES, 105 Mcntg'y St., Manuf 'r FinD Shrunk Flannel Underwear. 



CLOTHING at GEO. LOPMIS' PLAZA STOHE. 706 to 716 Kearny Si 



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Griffiths William L., r. 44 Moss 

GROSS GEORGKS, lahysiciau, office and r. 319 

Kearnv 
Guggt'ii Edward P. (Muehe & Guggen), 211 Sutter 
Gutman Joseph, tailor, 27 Second, r. 225 Bush 



Haas Gustavus, r. 132 Sixth 

Haas Mary, domestic 1528 Sutter 

Habliu John, shipsmith, r. 1109 Montgomery 

HatUey Frederick W., office 61 >fevada Block, r. The 
Baldwin 

Haggett Miranda Mrs., r. 8 Elliot Park 

Hahn R. H., r. 2128 Howard 

Haines E. W., r. 408 Post 

Haley William, ijorter Nucleus House 

Hall Gardner S., r. 19 Ninth 

Hall Ida Miss, r. 731^ Natoma 

Hall James A., r. Blundell House 

Hall Madge Mrs. (widow) , r. 414 Jones 

Hall MoUie Miss, r. 1131 >a Blission 

Hall Raymond, policeman City Hall, r. 3093<; Sixth 

Hallam D.V. B., r. 771 Mission 

Hallett Horace E., correspondent Pacific Rural Press, 
r. 534 Ellis 

Hamilton C. J. (widow), r. 1046 Folsom 

Hamilton Leonidas, attorney at law Retailers Mercan- 
tile Agency, office NW cor Powell and Eddy, 
room 6 

Hamm J.W., r. 120 Seventh 

Hamm Nellie E. Mrs,, r. 417 Kearny 

Hammond Mary Miss, r. 1024 Howard 

Hanna Emma J., Mrs., dressmaker, r. 2033 Howard 

Hanna Hattie H. Mrs., r. 1010 Sutter 

Hannah Thomas, attorney at law, r. 625 J^ Clay 

Hauuan John H. F , clerk, r. 810 Folsom 

Hanscnmb .\.. B., r. 231 Fifteenth 

Hansel! William L., upholsterer James W. Burnham 
& Co.. r. 1406 Polk 

Hanson Christina, domestic 614 Folsom 

Hardy William, r. 501 Geary 

Hare James 0., r. 14 Clara 

Haret Lydia Miss, assistant Lincoln Street Primary 
School 

Harmstead F. C, r. Inglewood House 

Harmstead Joseph B., machinist, r. Inglewood House 

Harned Jacob A. M., real estate agent, 720 Market, r. 
618 Eddy 

Harper Thomas, r. 131 Folsom 

Harrington William H., shoemaker, r. 870 Folsom 

Harris John A., attorney at law, office 640 Clay, r. 
Oakland 

Harris Stephen M., r. 786 Harrison 

Harrison Chatta Miss. r. 23 South Park 

Harrison Teresa M. Mrs., adjuster coiner's depart- 
ment U. S. Mint, r. 18 South Park 

Harrison William G. (Harrison & Co.), r. 713 Bush 

HARRISON «Se CO. (William G. Harrison and 
W. J. Collins), general merchants, office 413 Cali- 
fornia 

Hart Alfred Mrs., r. 501 Post 

Hart George K., iron clipper Industrial Iron Works, 
r. 1813 Jessie 

Hart Gus. J., journalist, r. 233 Third 

Hart Hugh R., real estate, office 501 Montgomery, r. 
535 Turk 

Hart Joel L., merchant (British Columbia) 
Montgomery 

Hart Maria Miss, domestic 557}^ Natoma 

Hartley John, r. 951 Bryant 

Harvey A. B. Mrs., r. 1025 Mission 

Harvey Laura A., dressmaker, r. 309?^ Sixth 

Haselton J. C, r. 710 California 

Haselton M. C, r. 710 California 

Haskell Edward Wilder, capitalist, r. 420 Geary 

Haskell Nellie Miss, r. 712 Shotwell 

Hastings George B., r. Nucleus House 

Hastings James Uhler, r. 2612 Folsom 

Hathaway John D., local agent Gold and Stock Tele- 
graph Co., office 222 Saasom 

Hause K. W., agent New York Advertising Sign Co., 
861 Market, r. 250 Tehama 

Hauser Robert, gilder S. & G. Gump. r. 732 Vallejo 

Haven George D., mining, r. Grand Hotel 

Havens Charles D. (Hutchins & Haveus), r. Oakland 

Hawkins Edward L., salesman C. Curtin & Co., r. 121 
Turk 

Hay Randolph R., physician, office and r- 25 ;i Sixth 

Hayne Robert Y. (Pringle & Hayne). and attorney at 
law, office 220 Sansom, r. 1526 California 



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Haynes Willis P., manager American Mercantile 

Union, office 22 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Head and Hand The (weekly) , Enterprise Publishing 

Co. proptrs, editorial office 225 Bush, publication 

office 5:<5 Clay, room 7 
Heald Thomas C, furniture finisher L. & E. Emanuel, 

r. 333 Jessie 
Heine Carrie (widow) , milliner, r. 69 St. Ann's Builld- 

ing 
Heiuemau Elias (Heineman & Sterns) , r. 711 Hayes 
Helneman & Sterns (Elias Heineman and Morris 

Sterns) , smoked and pickled beef, etc., 511 Hayes 
Heins Edward J. (Heins & Metcalf), r. 417 Kearny 
Heins & Metcalf (E. J. Heins and W. M. Metcalf), 

proptrs California Institute of Bookkeeping and 

Penmanship, 417 Kearny, room 19 
Hellwegen Eliza Mrs., r. 5(19 Minna 
Hellwegen George W., carrier Evening Bulletin, r. 

569 Minna 
Henderson S. L., r, 102 Natoma 
Hensel Frederick, cutler Will & Finck, r. 1912 Polk 
Henson Charles E., soapmaker, r. 907 Folsom 
HERa^LD publishing CO., J. A. Johnson 

manager, publishers and proi^trs Morning Herald, 

office NE cor Montgomery and Clay 
Herd John, secretary Cosmopolitan Milling Co., office 

712 Sansom, r. Oakland 
Herman Andrew, r. 2724 Folsom 
Heron Patrick J., messenger Wells, Fargo S: Co., r. 163 

Silver 
Hess Hermann, r. 405 Powell 
Hessberg Isaac, agent Equitable Life Assurance Soc, 

r. 512 Bush 
Heussler Charles Albert, artist Universal Copying 

Co., 1436 Market 
Heyman Alexander, druggist Frederick C. Keil, r. 

206 Ellis 
Heyn Ernest, r. 1413 Clay 
Heywood H. A., yeast powder manuf , 110 Sutter, r. 

" 720 Market 
Higgins Elizabeth (widow) , r. 18 Hawthorne 
Higgins Maurice, bookkeeper Cluff & DeWitt, r. 18 

Hawthorne 
Higgins Walter (Baldwin & Higgins), r. 651 Stev 
Hill B. Mrs. (widow), r. 822 Powell 
Hill James Jr., r. 225 Seventeenth 
Hillebrandt Carsten, groceries and liqiiors, SW cor 

O'Farrell and Pierce 
Hiller Adolph, clerk, r. 8183^ Montgomery 
Hinds H. E., r. 1809 Polk. 
Hinkel Henrv T., builder, r. 2119 Webster 
HINKLcE PHILIP & CO. (Oscar F. Spaulding), 

hydraulic, oil, and air pressure elevators, 116-118 

Main 
Hinman Ella Miss, r. Nucleus House 
Hitchcock Milton W., traveling agent, r. 423 Harrison 
Hodge John G. (John G. Hodge & Co.) , r. 720 Leav 
Hoffman John, r. 510 Stevenson 
Holden Ida (widow) , r. 8 Elliot Park 
Holden Maggie Miss, dressmaker Mrs. M. V. B. Gar- 
diner, r. 824 Green 
Holland Nathaniel, attorney at law and U. S. Com- 
missioner, office 605 Clay, r. 1414 Taylor 
Hollingshead Henry, r. 742 Howard 
Holmes Mary A. (widow) , r. 1236 Folaom 
Holmqvist M., r. 511 Bryant 
Holstein J., r. 303 Octavia 
Homeier Max, teacher music, r. 1408 Mission 
Honey Comb Gold Mining Co. (Yuba Co., Cal.), Otto 

Metchke secretary, office 328 Mont, room 20 
Hooper E. J., r. 720 Sutter 
Hopkins A. D. Mrs., dressmaker, 1204 Market 
Hopkins I. H., r. 1204 Market 
Horu Christopher, groceries and liquors, 539 Jackson, 

r. 1321 Montgomery 
Horner Abbie O. (widow), r. 101 Mason 
Horton A. C, teacher, r. 34 Ellis 
Horton George W., r. 34 Ellis 
HowarckJames L., r. 248 Dora 
Howe C. A., r. 2020 Mission 

Howell S. S., stockbroker, office 415 Sansom, r. Oak- 
land 
Howhmd Cora Mrs., r. 1328 California 
Howlett Georgia F. (widow), r. 720 Market 
Hubbard A. S, bookkeeper, office 531 California, room 

5, r. Abbotsford House 
Hubbard Fannie L. (widow) , r. 523 Folsom 
HUBBARD J. B. SONS & CO. (Eugene A. 
and Frank E. Hubbard), importers brass, copper, 
and kerosene goods, and plated ware, 120 Front 



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Hubbert John, butcher, r. 118 Oak 

Hubbert Wallace R., butcher, r. 118 Oak 

Hubbert Willis H., butcher, r. 118 Oak 

Huber F. A., miller and mill stone builder Cosmo- 
politan Milling Co., otfice 712 Sansom, r. 704 Pac 

Hughey Williaiij P., painter, r. 322 Sixteenth 

Hunt Kdwin O.. machinist, r. 1211 H Bush 

Hunt George W., clerk W.W. Montague & Co., r. 7063^ 
Pine 

Hunt .John Jr. (Hunt .^- Rising) . r. 1521 California 

Hunt Samuel M., r. 512 Leavenworth 

Huntsman George H. (J. W. David.son & Co.), r. Eu- 
rope 

Hurlburt Thomas B., butcher, r. Ifil8 West Mission 

Hyman Mar}-, clerk Edward M. Murphy, 415 Market 



INGERSOLLi GEORGE S., storage and com- 
uiissi'in, Ilnl Batterj-, r. 1510 Larkin 

IXGERSOX H. H., physician, office and r. 323 
Geary 

Ijani.s Frank D., r. International Hotel 

Irish H. E. (widow), nuise, r. 330 Geary 

Irving William, r. 340 Oak 

Isaais H. I. Mrs. (widow), r. .529 Turk 

l8aai:s Joshua D., clerk Ro6enbaum& Co., r. .529 Turk 

Israel Salmon (Israel & Co.), r. Nucleus House 

Israel k. Co. (Salmon Israel and Achille Edinger), 
agents Trocadero kid gloves, 12C Kearny, room 38 



j Jackson Andrew, money order department Post-office, 

j r. 708 Ix'avenworth 

' Jackson Elizabeth Mrs., dressmaker, r. SE cor Pine 

' and Larkin 

: Jackson Emily E. Miss, r. 1725 Leavenworth 
Jackson Jane (widow), cook, r. 172.5 Leavenworth 
Jackson John A., real estate, office 318 Pine, room 3, 

r. Napa 
Jacobs .\lhi;rt, real estate and commission, office 206 

Washington, r. 442 Greenwich 
Jacolisou Simon, peddler, r. 1131 Folsom 
.lacoby Paxton K., policeman City Hall, r. 2008 Miss 
Jacovich Samuel, waiter, r. 14 Hawthorne 
Jeffers William H. (Universal Copying Co.). r. 110 

Eleventh 
JeflTrcy Sarah A. (widow), r. 959 Harrison 
Jenkins Adeline M. Mrs., r. 501 Post 
Jenkins Henry M., clerk Marcus C. Hawley & Co r 

.501 Po.st 
JEXNIXGS JOHN, proptr Hooper's South End 

Grain Wanhouse, NW cor Japan and Townsend. 

r. .520 Third 
Jensen Pett r, carriagemaker Carvill Maniif. Co., r. 

.539 Stevenson 
I Johnson Andrew, carriagemaker, r. 11 Powell 
Johnson G. Harry, bookkeeper A. H. Todd & Co r 

118 Post ■' ■ 

Johnson Edward C, commission merchant r 10'''8 

Market 
Johnson J. A., manager MorningHerald, office NE cor 

Montgomery and Clay 
Johnson LydiaM. Mrs., nurse, r. 1305 J^ Polk 
Jonas Louis, peddler, r. 137 Clara 
JO.XASSOX S, .1., attorney at law, office 417 

Bush, r. 2.50M California 
Jones Charles E.. manager Retailers' Mercantile 

Agency, office NW cor Powell and Eddy, room C 
Jones ('. J. K., assistant pastor First Congregational 
, Churth. r. .501 Post 

I Jones Edward, salesman, r. 311 Jessie 

Jones James L.. r. 1211 Turk 
j Jones Hiihard R.. coalpasser 8. S. Idaho, r. 2 Law- 
' renre PI 

I Jones Sarah A. (widow) . r. 734 Tehama 
Jones Thomas, blacksmith 8. F. Forge Co., r. 65 

Clementina 
Jones Thomas M., agent, r. 311 Jessie 
Jory John H.. r. 939 :M«rket • 

Joyce Micliael J.(Bourdet i Joyce) ,r. SW. or Howard 

and Fifth 



Kahl Christ, cigarmnkt r Louis Saihsel, r. 18 First 
Kahn Samuel (J. F-Wcstheinier \ Co.), r. Cos Sutter 
Kane Cliarles E.. arti siau pipemaker Francis Smith 

A: Co.. r. l:iO Heale 
Kane Maggie Mrs., seamstress, r. \W\ Shipley 
Karaoloff I). Emanuel, Interpreter languages, r. 1028 

Market 



Kaufman Henry M., salesman Bach, Meese & Co., r. 

(-30 Eddy 
Keith Hugh P., painter Woodward's Gardens, r. 4J^ 

Erie 
Keith William E.. painter Woodward's Gardens, r. 
4', Erie 
' Kelley John C. contractor, r. 1803 Stockton 

Kellogg L. UeWitt, salesman John B. Russell, r. 18 
j Hubbard 

I Kelly Isabella Miss, r. 72(; Fulton 
I Kellv James, suijerintendtnt California White Lead 
I Works, r. 972 Bryant 

I Kelly Mary, domestic 1236 Twenty-first 
\ Kelly -Mary T..janitres8 Hayes Valley Primarv School, 
I r. 741 Tehama 

I Kelly Winifred, domestic 416 Tyler 

Kemp Henry R. (Richards & Kemp) , r. 1621^. Sutter 
I Kempner Marks, furniture, 974 Folsom 
Kendrick F., r. 012 Nineteenth 
Kennison George, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 
Kenny Kearn, real estate agent, 22 Kearny, r. 1628 

Pierce 
Kent Henry G., messenger Pacific Transfer Co., r. 302 

Seventeenth 
Kentucky Colony Land .Association, Charles U. Rich- 
ards secretary, office (>52 Maket. room 2 
Kerlin L. E. Mrs., nurse, r. 405 Powell 
Kerr James A., teacher piano and violin, NW cor 

Second and Folsom 
Kerr Thomas, clerk Parrott & Co., r. NW cor Second 

and Folsom 
Kerr Thomas H., clerk Thomas H. Selby & Co., r. NW 
cor Second and Folsom 
\ Keys Gilbert S. (Dempster & Keys), r. Oakland 
] Kidney John J., conductor Central R.R., r. 503 Minna 
Kiernan Mary, domestic, r. 23 Natoma 
Kilday Nellie Miss, r, C35 California 
Killduff Lizzie (widow), r. 143 Silver 
Kimball Listen, salesman, r. 706V Pine 
King Austin, letter carrier S. F. Post-office, r, 638 How 
] Kingsburg Emily Mrs., r. 1308 Devisadero 
j Kinzer George W., miner, r. 1420 Hyde 
: Kipp Florence M. Miss, teacher music, r. 324 Twenty- 
1 second 
j Kipp John E., conductor Central Pac. R. R., r. 324 

Twenty-second 
] Knapp Charles E., r. 2209 Jackson 

I Koppel Siegfried C, bookkeeper Singer Manuf. Co., 
I r. 319 Geary 

Koshland Brothers (Nathan and Max), dealers wool, 
hides, and furs, and commission merchants, 19 
I Sansom 

Koshland Max (Koshland Brothers), r. Portland, Ore- 
gon 
Koshland Nathan (Koshland Brothers), r. 1501 Steiner 
Kostromilinofz .Alexand<r, r. 724 Bush 
KRAKER >Si ISRAEL (Michael Kraker and Max 
Israel), nianuf ladies' and childrens' underwear, 
.521-523 Market 
Kramer Jennie Miss, with James M. Forrest, r. 335 

Shipley 
Kramer John W., nurse St. Luke's Hospital, r. 335 

Shipley 
Kramer John W. Jr., clerk Gradwohl & Co., r. 335 

Shipley 
Kramer William, clerk Gradwohl & Co., r. 335 Shipley 
Krueger Joseph H., manuf walking canes, 769 Market, 

r. 4M0 Natoma 
Krueger S., r. 430 Natoma 
Kuhl Gustave, wines and liquors, 108 Sutter, r. 212 

OFarrell 
Kull Theodore E., foreman job department Patrick J. 
Thomas, r. 2210 Fillmore 



La Pai-cih H. a., r. 503 Bush 
j Lacy Florence M. Miss, milliner, r. 118 Post 
I Lacy Gilbert, horse dealer, r. 715 Howard 
j Ladd A. A., r. 1515V, Broadway 

1 Lady Washington Mining Co. (Storey C".,Nev.). D. L. 
Thomas secretary, office 20,'t Bush, room 3 
Lafaix Jean R.. engraver, r. 320 Sutter 
Lake Erie Iron Company (Cleveland, Ohio), W. M. 

Wilson agent, office 123 California, room 4 
Lake J. S. (widow), r. 1305>6 Polk 
I Lake Laurel 1)., pi inter, r. 7 Sixth 
I Lamb F. H.. siiperiutendent first district Western 
Union Telegraph Co., office 302 Montgomery, r. 
723 Webster 
Lamprtcht Margaret E. Mrs. (widow), r. 1904 Mission 



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liANCASTER «& NORTHON (Joseph Lancaster 
and J. W. Northon), merchant tailors, 613 Mont 

Landrigau Edward, shoemaker Buclsiugham & Hecht, 
r. 2 Twelfth 

Landrigan Michael, teamster, r. 310 Nineteenth 

Lang .Tames, carpenter, r. 520 Geary 

Lang Mary E., variety store, 5'20 Geary 

Langendorfer Josie Miss, milliner Mme. Oulif, r. 830 
Mission 

Langendorfer P. Miss, r. 830 Mission 

IiANGHiEY HENRY G., directory miblisher, office 
14 Montgomery Av, r. 1803 Stockton 

Larpenter Hattle P. Miss, dressmaker, r. 105 Stockton 

Larsen Eliza (widow) , r. 527 Greenwich 

LavcUe Louis P., bakery, 418 Broadway 

liAWLiOR JOHN M., manager Commercial Ho- 
tel, SE cor Montgomery Av and Pacific, r. 2219 
Tavlor 

LAWRENCE EDWIN A., attorney at law, office 
434 California, r. Bay Farm Island, Alameda 

Lawrence William, r. 1018 Slitter 

Lawson Fred A., bookkeeper John G. Bodge k Co., r. 
720 Leavenworth 

Lawson James S., r. 331 Ellis 

Lawton Franklin (E. M. Miles & Co.), r. 732 Post 

Laznre Lonis T., bookkeeper John W. Coleman, r. 711 
Post 

Leahy Patrick, laborer freight department Central 
Pac. R. K. 

Learned M. E. Mrs., r. 109 Taylor 

Leary E.W., jeweler, r. 222 Jessie 

Lee Albert E., clerk Joseph Litchfield & Co., r. 3 
Yerba Buena 

Lee Arthur, collector N. Gray k Co., r. 3 Yerba Buena 

Lee John W., carjjenter D. A. Macdonald & Co., r. 965 
Folsom 

Lee Joseph, marine artist, office and r. 803 Montgom- 
ery, room 9 

Lee Mary A. (widow), r. 3 Yerba Buena 

Leon B. (widow) , dressmaker, r. 1028 Market 

Leonard John H. A., tinsmith, r. 1019 Pacific 

LEONARD PATRICK J., manager P. F. 
lier, office 621 Sansom, room 5, r. 240 Taylor 

Leszynsky Julius J., dry goods, 133 Kearny, r 
Geary 

Levy Emanuel, secretary Pacific Provident Assn, office 
330 Pine, room 55, r. 2101 Bush 

LEWIS EDWIN & SON (J. Eome Lewis), gene- 
ral insurance agents, office 410 California 

Leyner Ella Miss, r. 765 Market 

Lieb C. Warren (California Printing Co.), r. 120 
Park .\v 

Lieb Hairy [California Printing Co.) , r. 120 Park Av 

Lindman John A., engineer, r. 6>^ Moss 

Lindquist Carl O., tinsmith Emile Boesch, r. 1036 
Folsom, rear 

Lindquist Helvig (widow), r. 1036 Folsom, rear 

Little George D., collector, r. 313 Fourth 

Little George H., teacher music, r. 961 Mission 

Littlefield Ivory F., mining, r. 710 Folsom 

Loch William, packer Seth Thomas Clock Co., r. 13 
Tehama 

Locke Anna H. (widow), r. 524 Geary 

Locke J. Everett, compositor Evening Bulletin 
Geary 

Lockwood J. K. Mrs., r. 611 Nineteenth 

Logan J. I. & Co., undertakers and eiubalmers, 1248 
Market 

Logemann William G., r. 10 Lick PI 

London Furniture Co. (Kobert Blum and Albert 
Schroepf er) , 637 Market 

Longley George W. (G.W. Longley & Co.) , r. 420 Mont 

Longley G. W. & Co. (J. B. Fowler) , restaurant, 523 
Clay 

Lord Sarah (widow) , r. 710 Bush 

Lord Thomas H., watchmaker and jeweler, 3 Floral 
Grove, r. 112 J^ Fell 

Lord William, shipcnrpenter, r. 756 Howard 

Louisellc Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, r. 214 Ellis 

Lovejoy Mary M. (vvidow) , nurse, r. 144 Fifth 

Lowden John, waiter, r. 436 Stevenson 

Lucky William S., accountant, r. 7 Montgomery Av 

Ludlum Edwin (Woodhams & Ludlum) , r. 121 Turk 

Lundgren C. A., r. 156 Shipley 

Lupton Charles B. (Wiggett & Lupton), r. 322 Bran 

Luttrell James F., helper meltcr and refiners' depart- 
ment U. S. Mint, r. 3 Liberty, nr Townsend 

Luttrell James N., watchman Pacific Mail S. S. Co., r. 
322 Beale 

Luty Charles, r. 734 Broadway 



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Luty Frederick E., real estate and stockbroker, office 

330 Pine, room 5, r. Oakland 
Lyford Charles E., r. Golden Eagle Hotel 
Lynch John, machinist, r. 510 Minna 
Lynn Emma, r. 639 Third 
Lynn Peter A., stovemouuter George H. Tay & Co., r. 

639 Third 
Lyons George W., r. 1326 Market 



MacNaughton a. C. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 946 Harrison 

Mahouey Michael, gardener, r. 1607 Howard 

Mamugowina Paul, artist, r. 1030 Montgomery 

MANCUSI G., professor vocal art, r. 428 Eddy 

Manesca Gussie Miss, r. 946 Harrison 

Manning Dennis, r. 1028 Twenty-tirst 

Manning Thomas M., plunib« r, 1631 Market 

Marjesoii Augie E. (widow), dressmaker, r. 420 Sixth 

Markey Frank, r. 322 Beale 

Marsh George T. (Doyle k Co.), r. 338 Thirteenth 

Marsh Srephen H., teacher music, r. 5 Henrietta 
Square 

Marshall Rebecca Mrs., chambermaid, r. 405 Third 

Martin Amelia Mrs., r. 784 Folsom 

Martin H. A., r. 540 Folsom 

Martin John C, solicitor Evening Post, r. 521 Twenty- 
second 

Massy Richard E., r. 2 Caroline PI 

Mathews Samuel, packer Seth Thomas Clock Co., r. 
1111 Pacific 

Mathewson William A., r. 1211 Fillmore 

Matthews Esther W. (widow) , r. 906 Market 

Mauoh Theobald, bookkeeper Hueter Bros. & Co., r. 
Ahlborn House 

Maxwell John, carpenter, r. 608 Ivy Av 

Mayberry Annie Miss, seamstress, r. 414 Jones 

Mayberry John L., waiter Palace Hotel, r. 122 Ellis 

Mayers Peter, employee Bay Sugar Refinery, r. 1221 
Clay 

Mayo Maggie A. Miss, dressmaker, r. 715 Howard 

Mayson Joseph M., office 314 Pine, r. 522 Sutter 

McCarthy John F., assistant managing editor Evening 
Post, office 502 Montgomery, r. 602 Filbert 

McCarthy John F., student Heald's Business College, 
r. 706 Ja Pine 

McCarty Annie Miss, teacher French and English In- 
stitute, SE cor Mason and Pacific 

McCarty Annie M. Mrs., r. 1 Highland Terrace 

McClennan Samuel, boxmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., 
r. What Cheer House 

McClintock William H. (McClintock & Gesvret), r. 
1426 Mason 

McClintock & Gesvret (William H McClintock and 
Eugene Gesvret) , shiis and Custom House brokers, 
417 Washington 

McC onaby Horace, boilermaker Moynihan & Aitken, 
r. 14 Second Av 

McConkey John, bookkeeper Moore, Hunt k Co. 

McConnell George W., r. ii23 Howard 

McDonald George (J. J. Coughliu & Co.), r. 569 Miss 

McDonald James M. Jr., student Lake & McKoon, r. 
732 Slitter 

McDonald Roderick, seaman, r. 625 Howard 

McEachren B. D., looking-glass and picture-frame 
manufacturer, 132 Main, r. 533 Jessie 

McElhinny Jane, domestic, r. 19 Langtnn 

McElhinny M. A., law and collection, 715 Clay, r. 2109 
Larkin 

McFadden D. M., r. 239 Eleventh 

McGill Henry M., attorney at law, office 704 Mont- 
gomery, room 5, r. 342 Dorland 

McGill Mollie Miss, r. 1131 i-i Mission 

McGreevey Mary Miss, r. 916 Market 

McGregor A. T., r. 110 Fourth 

McGrew William K., attorney at law, office 214 San- 
som, r. 2 Chelsea PI 

McGuire Annie Miss, dressmaker, r. 356 Minna 

McGuire J. H., r. 634 Stevenson 

McHeury William C. steward Pacific Mail S. S. City 
of New York, r. 2321 Webster 

McKce Charles, helper S. F. Forge Co.,r. 28 Natoma 

McKoe Mamie S. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 711 
Post 

McKenna Alice Miss, r. 229 J^ Dora 

McKenzie Donald T., r. 1.328 California 

McKINNEY MURRAY, architectural and orna- 
mental woodcarver, NW cor Howard and Spear, r. 
240 Sixth 

McLean John, r. 1611 Leavenworth 

McMahan Maggie Miss, dressmaker, r. 534 Ellis 



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McMahon John, medical student, r. HO Kearny 
McMorris Ida Mrs., r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
McXamara Henrietta (widow) , r. 1232 Broadway 
McNeil Albert B.iNcNeil Brothers), r. 13 Trintnty 
^IcXTlH. BROTHERS (Albert B. and Homer H. 
McNeil), druggists' label, book and job printers, 
13-15 Trinity 
McNeil Homer H.( McNeil Brothers) , r. 13 Trinity 
McQuaid Mary, r. 93o Folsom 
McTieman M. J., r. 9i(j Harrison 
Meajiher William F., boot and shoemaker. Ill Geary 
:»IEEKER, JAMES & CO. (David Meeker and 
aud William James), importers and jobbers car- 
riage and wajjon materials. 117-119 Market 
■ MEEKER (ik BANKS (Get>r(je C. Meeker and W. 

O. Banks), architects, office 38 Thuilow Block 
i Mefret Xavier, principal French and English Insti- 
tute, SE cor Mason and Pacific 
! Meigs .\.W. (Meigs A: Co.), r. 1246 Howard 
Menu Charles D., glove manufacturer. 2o26 Folsom 
Mernois Mathilda Miss, milliner, r. 2G22 Sacramento 
Merrill 0. C. r. 746 Mission 

Metcalf William M.(Heins i Metcalf) . r. 517 Bush 
I Meyer Aaron, manager Our Boys and Girls Cigar 
Factory, NE cor ."^an and Mercbant, r. 1204 Leav i 
Meyer John Henry, r. S .k Water, nr Taylor 
Mever Julius, tailor, r. 37 Third " 1 

I 31EYER LOl'IS, proptr Delmonico Bestaurant. 
' 1007 Market, r. Alameda 

I Meyerson Abraham, cigarJealer, r. 319 Hyde 

Middleton Emilie( widow), r. 2622 Sacramento 
: Miles Edward I{.(W. H. Philpot K Co.), r. W g Wash- ; 
j ingtou Av, nr Twenty-seventh I 

i Miles E. M.(E. M. Miles * Co.), r. 2410 Washington ' 
Miles E. M. >\: Co. (Franklin Lawton), commission , 
i stockbrokers. 413 Montgomery 

Miles Libbie Miss, r. 102 Dora ; 

; Miller George, distiller, r. 711 Geary I 

Miller Ji>hn W., brickmason, r. 14 Turk i 

Miller Maggie Miss (M. Mill-r ^- Co.) . r. 14 Turk | 

Miller Margaret A. Mrs., milliner, 8 Fifth I 

.Miller M. J., r. 200 Stockton ! 

Minor James D., miner, r. NW cor Valencia and '■ 
Twenty-third | 

Minot Jai:e Mrs. (\N-idow), ladies' nurse, r. 721 Bryant , 
MITCHLEH GOTTL.OB, commission merchant, : 

nffice 40 I'alif. rnia. r. NW cor Sac and Jones 
JIOLIXEUX UEXRY, manager Seth Thomas ' 
' Clock Co.. 132 Sutter, r. 216 Bush 

; Monroe Archibald C, r. 2321 Webster ( 

I Monroe James William, student Heald's Business Col- i 
lege, r. 2321 Webster i 

Montgumtry Lena Miss, r. 106 Post 
' Moore Philip D., miner, r. 1137 Mission 1 

Mi>relos Refu^..i (Courtade *: Morelos), r. 1502 Mason ' 
MOR.Xl-VG HERALD, Herald Publishing Co. i 
jiroiitrs, office NE cor Montg'imery and Clay [ 

Morris Samuel F., lodgings, 52 Second I 

Momscjn David, employee Pope .V Talbot, r. .307Ritch , 
Morrison John B. (Morrison A: Co.), r. Twenty-second 
I nr Shotwell 

Morshead George W., r. 268 Tyler 
I Mowry Kicliard D., poultry and game, stalls 103-104 ■ 
California Market, r. 613 Minn.-j i 

Maehe & Guggen (Charles Mueheand Edward P. Gug- 

gen), proptrs Meyer's Bakery, 2U Sutter 
Mull Edgar P., student Heald's Business College, r. ' 
706 S Pine I 

Muller Adolph, furrier, 644 Markrt. r. 1504 Pacific 
MURPHY JOHX LlTTRELIi, attornev at law, ' 

office 720 Market, room.s 15-16, r. Oakland' 
Murphy k Coiiners (Owen .K. Murphy and John Con- 
nera), coiumissiou merchants, 508 Sansom i 



Name John, shoemaker, r. Octavia bet Grove and 

Fulton 
Naylor R. A. Mrs., r. 1109 Montgomery 
Meiman Jose Mrs., r. 418 Powell 
Ni ttle Kmma Mrs., embroideress. r. .550 Mi8.<iion 
Neuman <.)»car. bookkeeper Bach, Meese & Co. 
Neumann Mark. r. 115 Haight 
Neuzil Jo^epll, porter, r. 431 Pine 
Newb'M George A., V. S. Internal Revenue guscer, r. 

1 Bowle.M PI 
NewlwiM William F., bookkeeper James De la Mon- 

tanya, r. 1 Bowles PI 
Jiewcum J. Weslev, architect, r. 1218 Mission 
Newell William W., printers' composition rollers, 51G 

Commercial, r. 209 Leidesdorff 



Newman John R., carpenter, r. 142 Seventh 

Nichols Andrew, r. 1028 Market 

Nillson Charles A., tailor, r. 446 Miuna 

North Carson Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Ormsby 

Co., Nev.). John H. Griffiths secretary, office 113 

Leidesdorff 
Nohl Eugene W., foreman whitening room U. S. Mint, 

r. 113 Guerrero 
Nougues Sadie Mrs., r. 704 Post 
Nuun Ann H. (widow) , r. 5.50 Mission 
Nunu Frederick, waiter, r. 550 Mission 
Nunn George, coachman, r. 550 Mission 



O'BKrEX James, laborer, r. 83334 Geary 

O'Brien James Jr., sash and bUndmaker, r. 83SH 

Geary 
O'Connor Clara F. Miss, seamstress 1515 Clay 
O'Dea Michael, groceries and liquors, SE cor Larkin 

and Union 
O'Malley Hoskiug, r. 149 Tehama 
Oakley C. M., travelling ageut. r. Lick House 
Odermatt Franci- A., dentist Winter v*c Winter, r. 602 

Franklin 
Opdyke Peter, shoemaker, r. 31 Linden 
Ortion August, diamondsetter California Jewelry Co.. 

r. 925 Washington 
Otto Richard, operator Charles E. Ehmann, r. Sanchez, 

bet Twenty-sixth and Twentv-seventh 



Pacific Coast Free Thinker, Free Thinking Publish- 
ing Co. proprietors, office 603 Washington 

Pacific Coast Law Journal. William T. Bag^^ett & Co. 
publishers, office 720 Market 

Pacific Coast Soap Co., office 4iil Sansom 

PACIFIC YACHT CLUB, Henry G. Langley 
secretary, office 14 Montgomery Av 

Packard George If., clerk Oriental Tea Co.. r. 21 Sixth 

Page Frank W., coiner's department U. S. Mint, r. 
1803 Stockton 

PAGE, MOORE & CO. (Wilfred Page, James 
Moore, and John E. Hobson), commission mer- 
chants. 213 Clav 

Palmers. E. Mrs., "r. 28 McAllister 

Parker Lmily E. (widow), r. 914 Taylor 

Parker Thomas B.. letter carrier Post-office, r. 914 
Taylor 

Parks Caroline A., r. 303 Octavia 

Parsons A., r. 411 Ellis 

Patrick Annie Miss. r. 329 O'Farrell 

Patten J. E. Mrs., r. 8 Elliot Park 

Patton Mary Miss, laundress, r. 1513 California 

Payne Dennis, barber Olympic Club, r.90 Everett 

Peck Philip, manager Franco American Perfumery Co., 
office 120 Sutter, r. 905 Market 

Peck 8anford C, r. 311 Dupont 

Peirce W. Henri, salesman Becker & Jacoby, r. 1222 
Mission 

Pen Daren Coal Mining Co. (Alameda Co.), John H. 
Griffiths secretary, office 113 Leidesdorff 

Pena H. Diaz (Ramsdell & Peiia). r. 931 Valencia 

Pendergast James H., picture frames and gilding, 861 
Market 

Perriii George H.. r. 1 Highland Terrace 

PESTXER «& HIL,DEBR.VXr>T (Mrs. G. Pest- 
uer and W. C. Hildebrandt) . importers wines and 
liquors, 411-413 Battery 

Peterson George, fresco i)ainter, r. 1230 Pine 

Petit J., r. 873 Ji Market 

Petrowska Lizzie Miss, r, 1842 O'Farrell 

Philau John, books and stationery, SW cor Sutter and 
Kearny, r. 4:10 '«i Natouia 

Phillips Edward, painter, r. 412 Larkin 

Phillips Ge<irge H., r. 1191 Harrison 

Phillips J. H. & Co. (Zai'hariah Johnson), whiteners 
and bootblacks, 18?^ Post 

Pillsburv Evans S. (Pillsburv i Titus), r. 705 Post 

PILLiSBURY & TITUS (Evans S. Pillsburj- and 
Daniel Titus) , attorneys at law, office 309 Pine, 
rooms 2-3 

Pinching Richard L., physician, office and r. 1.526 Cal 

Pingree D. M. Miss, r. 16*18 West Mission 

Piquett Thomas J., clerk, r. 520 Geary 

Plate A. J. Mrs. (widow), r. 1920 Washington 

Plate August F. (A. J. Plate & Co.), r. 1920 Washing- 
ton 

Pooler Mattie Miss. dre«sni8ker, r. 7.16 Market 



BULLOCE (^ JONES, 103 Mont^romery Street, Importers Men's Furnishings. 



Dolls at GEO. LOOMIS', 706 to 716 Keamy St, opposite the Plaza. 



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POPE & TALBOT (William C. ■\Villiani H., and 
Charles F. A. Talbot) , lumber, and proptrs Puget 
Sound Packets, oflice 204 California, lumber yard 
foot Third 

p. -l M. Mrs., r. 2415 Clay 

Potrero Curled Hair and Cocoa Fibre Co. (Thoma.s 
McAuley and J. F. Sweeney), factory Potrero, nr 
Rope Walk 

Prince .-ibraham H., cigars and tobacco, 509 Mont 

Prinz Adolph, r. 37 Jessie, bet Seventh and Eighth 

PRIXZ JOHN', wines and liquors, 1121 Mission, r. 
.^7 Jessie, bet Seventh and Eighth 

Probert C, r. 306 Leavenworth 



Qviss Julia Miss, r. 24 Sixth 

Quiuu Margaret Mrs., r. 142 3^ Fourth 



R.4.BJOHX Edwin, patternmaker, r. 858 Howard 
Radke .\lfred, jeweler, r. 1524 Clay 
Kafael Louis, commission merchant, r. 311 Hyde 
Bammelsberfi Augustus, superintendent Berkeley 

Ferry, office 6.">2 Market, r. Berkeley 
Ramon J., r. 731 Vallejo 
Baymond W. J. Mrs., r. 765 Market 
Bedstone J. H., i^atent of&ce and counsellor at law, 

office 22 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Regensburger David H., attorney at law, office 438 Cal- 
ifornia, r. 29 Dupont 
Reese O. M., r. Ill}* Minna 
Reubin Hiram, peddler, r. 544 Tehama, bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Bevnolds Morris, r. 732 Howard 
Eevnolds Myron H., r. 905 Market 
Reynolds Thomas, r.l604 Post 
Rhine Nathan, merchant, r. 311 Hyde 
Rhoades Jeremiah, r. 211 Second 
Rice John P., clerk freight auditor's office Central 

Pac. E. E., r. 105 Stockton 
Rice Richard, plumber and gaslitter, 107 Geary, r. NE 

cor Twenty-fourth and Valencia 
Rich N. Asbury. clerk, r. 335 Fourth 
Richards Daniel, salesman Raymond & Wilshire, r. 

XE cor Twenty-sixth and Bart'.ett 
Richards Ezra, mining, office 310 Pine, r. Oakland 
Richards James E., manager N. Y. and S. F. Collar 

Co.. office 6 Battery, r. 13 Ninth 
Richards William H.. dentist, office 19 Sixth, r. 25}^ 

Stockton 
RICHARDS & KERIP (Charles H. Richards and 

Henry R. Kemp) , real estate agents. 6.52 Market 
Richardson William, bookkeeper A. Crawford & Co.,r. 

516 3^ Fell 
Richmann Henry, machinist, 23 Stevenson, r. 1131 

Howard 
Rigollet Bernard, fruitu, 109 Geary 
Ring Charles, r. 1019 Pacific 

Eiii;,' Robert S., clerk Root A: Sanderson, r. 434 Second 
Ringgold Charley S., clerk, r. 715 Fulton 
Roberts Jessie, r. 321 Minna 
Robertson J. ©.(Standard Publishing Co.), office 621 

Sansom, r. Oakland 
Robinson Juan A., clerk Mullan & Hyde, r. 807 Cal 
Robinson Oscar (Robinson k Co.), r. 19 Turk 
Rockford Joseph, r. 414 Shipley 
Rockwell James W., r. 142 Seventh 
Rosander John A., restatrrant keeper, r. 156 Shipley 
Roseman F., r. 522 Xatoma 
Rosenblatt Milton, student, r. 1311 Tyler 
Rosenthal R. Mrs., r. 331 Hayes 
Rowley A. B., r. 2719 Mission 
Rowley B. N.. r. 2719 Mission 
Rumwell Estella A. (widow) . r. 911 Hyde 
Russell John B., boots and shoes, 101 Dupont, r. 1018 

Vallejo 
Ryan James, laborer, r. 32 Garden 
Ryan Maggie, domestic 311 Hyde 

Sachsel Joseph, agent Lotus Sachsel, r. 207 Mont Av 
Sachsel Louis, cigar manuf, 708 Montgomery, room 

4, r. 207 Montgomery Av 
Sampson Osmond, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 511 Stev 
San Francisco Tribune, Carlos White proptr, office 320 

Sansom 
Sanvev R. H., r. 112 Jones 
SAUCEL.ITO AXr> SAX FRANCISCO 

TR.\XSFER CO. (J. S. Bellrude), office 324 

Davis 



Sauerland Lewis, conductor Clay Street Hill B. R., r. 
1.524 Clay 

Savage O. H., r. 158"^ Silver 

ScharflfJ. D., salesman Neustadter Brothers, r. 106 
Post 

Schneider E. F., r. 323 Turk 

Schoenfield Harry, r. 1028 Market 

Schoenholz Herman, clerk Schoenholz Brothers & 
& Co., r. 415 Hayes 

Scholten Henry, r. 2302 Howard 

Schottler Antone, groceries and liquors, SE cor 
Montgomery and Vallejo, r. 1102 Montgomery 

Schuldheis John George, clockmaker Seth Thomas 
Clock Co., r. 315 Stockton 

Schulenburg Adolph, r. 469 Minna 

Schultz Charles, theatrical and concert business man- 
ager, r. 541 Turk 

Schwartz William H., clerk Cherry & Caspar, r. 1208 
Turk 

Schwarz S., r. 1003 Minna 

Scott Richard, policeman City Hall, r. 24 Rondel PI 

Scott Thomas A., r. 509 Washington 

Scranton Theodore E., r. 843 Broadway 

Seadam Louisa (widow) , r. 924 Mission 

Seaman's Boarding Ma.'^ters' Assn, Richard Chute 
agent, office 610 Front 

Seitz George, dairyman William Mitchell, r, 516 
Third 

SETH THOMAS CLOCK CO., Henry Molineui 
manager, 132 Sutter 

Sevening Calvin G., shijiping clerk George W. Clark, 
r. 722 Green 

Shaw Charles W., laborer, r. cor Mont and Chestnut 

Shaw Isaac R., secretary Tiger Gold and Silver Min- 
ing Co. (Nevada), office 113 Leidesdorff 

Shawhan W., r. Palace Hotel 

Sheffield J. L., r. 408 Fell 

Sheldon Mary A. Mrs., agent Sewing Machines, r. 713 
Valencia 

Shields James H., compositor Evening Post, r. 1613 
Leavenworth 

Shimmin Clara E. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 514 Geary 

Shipley Frank C, clerk, r. 109 Sutter 

Shotwell James H., clerk George W. Reid, r. SE cor 
Clav and Leavenwrrth 

Shreve George W., importer and jobber fire arms, 309 
Bush. r. 906 Steiner 

Shulock L. M., r. 1125 Mission 

Shulock Stephen W., with Emil Loeven, r. 1125 Miss 

Sichel E. iVc Bro. (Eugene and Jacob), cigars and to- 
bacco, 21 Kearny 

Simon Charles J., salesman Nast k Greenzweig, r. 525 
Turk 

Simon Herman L. (Stein, Simon & Co.), r. 1528 Sutter 

Skinner Grace E. Mrs., r. 2304 Howard 

Slosson Edward, r. 1418 Hyde 

Slosson Edward Jr., clerk Holbrook. Merrill & Stet- 
son, r, 1418 Hyde 

Smiley Henry, r. Turk Street Hotel 

Smith Delia (widow) , r. 259 Clara 

Smith Edwin A., driver Roger's >Iission Express, r. 
324 Treat av 

Smith Elizabeth (widow) , r. 36 Louisa 

Smith F. P., clerk, r. 1316 California 

Smith Hugh, porter, r. 36 Louisa 

Smith John J., conductor N. B. and Mission R. R., r. 
36 Louisa 

Smith Mary G. Mrs., lodgings. 1030 Howard 

Smith Michael, laborer, r. 2 Lincoln PI 

Smith Patrick, drayman, r. 2 Lincoln PI 

Smith P. H., r. 250 Tehama 

Smith Van De Water, capitalist, r. Wadsworth House 

Smith William B., court-room clerk Fifteenth District 
Court, r. Colonnade House 

Sniffen S. T. Mrs., r. 2422 Mission 

Snook John A., clerk, r. Bartlett, nr Twenty-fifth 

Spalding E. C, r. 1516 Broadway 

Spangler -Line (widow) , dressmaker, r. 1232 Broadway 

Spinney Waldron S., sniJtrintendent S. F. Cordage 
Factory, r. 558 Folsom 

Springer Jason (Jason Springer & Co.) , r. 1815 Eddy 

Springer Samuel F., clerk Pacific Commercial Co., r. 
1305}^ Polk 

Springer Watson K., lumber merchant, r. 1820 Jessie 

Sproule George W., clerk, r. 72i) Market 

St. John A. B., clerk, r. 11 Pearl 

Stafford John, carpenter, r. H26 Green, rear 

Stark Nina, domestic, 1.528 Sutter * 

Stateler J. W., r. 117 Taylor 

Stephan Susie Miss, teacher, r. 2315 Howard 



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Stevens L. Henry, r. 338 Thirteenth 
Stevenson Andrew, clerk, r. 1114 Stelner 
Stevenson Emma Mrs., dressmaker, lill Howard 
Stevenson Jerome N., painter, r. 611 Howard 
STtLLA HAFS-POSTEX, Yoimgberg & Jonas- 
son ijublishers, olfice il7 Bush 
Stoddart Archibald C, phj-sician, office and r. 611 

Washington 
Stone A. L. Mrs., physician, office and r. 937 Market 
Stonecifer William, r. 1028 Market 
Storm Cornelius, coal dealer, office 333 Montgomery. 

r. 17 Rincon PI 
Stout William P., attorney at law, office 405 Califor- 

uia, r. 10t;0 Fulton 
Strickland W. R.. janitor 414 California, r. 1725 Leav 
Struble Wallace R.,as.so iate editor Pacitic Coast Free 

Thinker, office 603 Washington, r. 2019 Mission 
Sullivan Grace Mrs., ladies' hairdresser and human 

hair, 5 Eddy 
Sullivan James P., r. 5 Eddy 
Sullivan Thomas D., driver Market St. R. R., r. 1208 

Steiner 
Swain Frank, bookkeeper P. J. Kennedy, r. E s Potre- 

ro Av, nr Twenty-fourth 
Swanberg Charles O. (Swanberg & West), r. 325 

Chistnnt 
Swift .John D. (J. D. Swift K Co.) , r. 813 Capp 
Swim D. K., stockbroker, office 318 Montgomery, r. 

SE cor Castro and Twenty-fourth 



TAYLOR F. B. «& CO., importers and commis- 
sion m'-rchauts, 12(J-122 Front 

Taylor S. F., r. 1747 Mission 

Taylor Thomas W., stevedore, r. 26 Clementina 

The State (Weekly >, Henry George editor and publish- 
er, office 224 Montgomery 

Thiele Agues (widow), r. 1022 West Mission 

Thom Wohrden Henry, carpenter, r. 14 Wash Av 

Thomas Zero L., cook, r. 1108 Pacific, rear 

Thompson Clara M M.ss, r. 927 Howard 

Thome Charles R., r. 010 Sutter 

Thorp Jostph, r. 218 Herman 

Tibbey .-Vlexauder S., fur dealer, office 507 Mont, r. 413 
Hyde 

Tiedi-mann J. H., r. 430 Stevenson 

Tierney Patrick J., butcher Samuel J, Campbell, r. 
13 Clara 

Tilford Thomas, clerk, r. 31 Liberty 

Timm Peter, r. 479 Jessie 

Titus Daniel (PiUsbury & Titus), attorney at law, of- 
fice 309 Pine, rooms 2-3 

Tobin John D., clerk, r. 799 Mission 

Tollman J. M., r. .>24 Geary 

Towijsind Mo-cs D., stock speculator, r. Commercial 
Hot 1 

Tracy CJharles E., dentist R. B. Learn, r. 107 Fifth 

Tracy Harriet H. Mrs., dressuiaker, r. 107 Fifth 

Tracy .lohu, plumber Richard Rice. r. 9 Stockton 

Tracy William W., carpiut r. r. 107 Fifth 

Trad.' Her Id (The) , J. Wylie Duncan publibher. office 
771 .Mission 

Tripp Etta Miss, r. 1132 Valencia 



TNIOX BR.\SS FOUNDRY, diovannini k Co. 

propriet irs, 417-419 Mission 
Universal Copying c'().(\v. H. Jeffers, F. F.Wells, and 

A. K. Kipps), manufs India ink, crayon and oil 

portraits, 1430-1438 Market 



Valf.ntink Nicholas, nightwatchman Brunswick 

House. 148 Sixth 
Van Gulpin Carl. r. 2425 Buchauan 
Vanat.a John JI., policumau City Hall, r. NW cor 

Twenty-third and Valencia 
Vineyard Mary A., r. 33,^ Thirteenth 
Von Salix Charles, machinist, r. 222^ Fourth 



Wadsworth Frederick, r. 550 Mission 

Wagner V Mrs., r. 757 Howard 

AVaite Frederick C, first officer bark Don Nicholas, r. 
18 Rincon Av 

Walgamot John, r. 706H Pine 

Walker G. H., clerk, r. Occidental Hotel 

Walter H.. r. 219 Dupont 

Ward H., bookkeeper, r. 17 Verba Buena 

Ward Maggie Miss, r. 972 Bryant 

Warren Nellie Mrs., r. 1236 Mission 

Washburn R. W.. clerk, r. 520 Kearny 

Wassermau Elkan, superintendent Louis Sloss & Go's 
Warehouse, office 310 Sansom. r. 1309 Tyler 

Waterman Levi A.., engineer, r. 324 Twenty-second 

Waters Lucinda (widow), r. 314 Treat Av 

Waters William J., solicitor, r. 440 Bush 

Watson Erastus A., machinist George L. Pierce, r. 423 
Harrison 

Watson Isabella Jane, domestic 916 Bush 

Watson Thomas, r. 129 Third 

Weil H. L., r. 705 Larkin 

Weiss Henry, cook, r. 715 Hyde 

Wells Charles H., commission merchant and agent 
Puget Sound Packet Line, office 20 California, r. 
West Oakland 

Westheimer J. F. ^t Co. (Samuel Kahn), coffee saloon, 
322 Montgomery 

Westheimer J. Ferdinand (J. F. Westheimer & Co.), 
r. 1128 McAllister 

Whalev E. A., r. 25 Erie 

Whiteside Lucy E. Miss, r. 338 Thirteenth 

Wbitweller William S. Jr., physician and surgeon, of- 
fice and r. 703 Market 

Wiggett & Lupton (Henry Wiggett and Charles B. 
Lupton), proptrs Pioneer Soda Works, 322 Bran 

Wiggin A. D. Mrs., medium, r. 9 Mason 

Wiggin W. Henry, bartender Hageman & Haquette, 
r. 9 Mason 

Wlllard Emory L. Dr. , mining, office 331 Montgom- 
ery, room 28, r. 1839 Howard 

Willats Kate J. (widow) , r. 521 Twenty-second 

Williams Charles H., director of amusements Wood- 
Ward's Gardens, r. 124 Tyler 

Williams C. H. S. (widow) , r. 109 Van Ness Av 

Williams J. B. Mrs., dress and cloakmaker, 404 
Twenty-second 

Williams John B., patent chimney tops, 404 Twenty- 
second 

Williams Mary (widow) , r. 314 Treat Av 

Williams Mary A. Mrs., r. 423 Harrison 

Williamson -James, assistant foremen Engine No. 4, 
S. F. F. D , r. 30 V. Louisa 

Wilson Frederick S., clerk Henry E. Highton, r. 2 
Park PI 

Wilson James, r. 507 Sixth 

Wilson John B., r. IO118 Twenty-first 

Wilson W. M.. agent Lake Erie Iron Co. (Cleveland, 
Ohio) , 123 California, room 4, r. 1222 Pine 

Wise Benjamin F., printer Dodge & Pierce, r. 2009 
Folsom 

Wood Benjamin, r. 2310 Washington 

Woodbury George (Woodbury & Merguire), r. 710 
Folsom 

Woodm:in Peter R. (S. F. Candle Co.) , r. 416 Capp 

Wright Ellen (widow), r. 2.532 Washington 

Wright Halleck, assistant bookkeeper Spruance, 
Stanley \- Co., r. 2532 Washington 

Wright William J. (Wright & Thain). r. SE cor Lar- 
kin and Post 

Wright .t Thain (Wilinm J. Wright and Robert A. 
"Thain) , candy jnanufs, SE cor Larkin and Post, 
and rifreshiuent saloon. Oakland Ferry 

Wynne Alice, domestic 121 Welsh 



YoxTNG John C, grocer, r. 137 Third 
YOUXGBERG S.V., manager Stilla Hafs-Posten, 
r. 243 Tehama 



To To© aF'ia.lolisla.eci In O'-u.xxe, 3.Q'Z&. 

San Francisco Street anl Lnm Guile 

Klshtli Kdition, Revised an<i Corrected to date. 

HENRY O. liABTOliEY, Pabllslier. 



BULLOCK & JONES, Importing Tailors, 105 Montgomery Street. 



Gloves and Mittens at GEO. LOOMIS', 706 to 716 Kearny St 



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SAN FMNCISCO DIKECTORY 



FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING APRIL 1, 1879. 



J8®" Notice— iVames too late for regular insertion, removals, changes, etc.. which have occurred during the 
printing of the work, will be found on the pages immediately preceding this. 

For List of Boarding Houses, Hotels, Lodgings, etc., see Business Dieectoey, pp. 943, 989, 1006 ; for Packets 
—Sail and Steam, see pp. 1023 and 1040 ; for the Location of the Offices of the dxMerent Mining Companies, see 
Business Dieectoey, p. 1015. 



ABBRETIATIOHrS. 



Assn Association 

Av Avenue 

BIdg Building 

bet — between 

cor corner 

dept department 

E East 

Int. Kev..Internai Kevenue 

manuf. manufacturer 

N North 

nr near 

opp oppcsite 

PI Place 

proptr proprietor 



r resides, or residence 

R. K Railroad 

Rev Reverend 

S South 

s side 

S. E. F. D....S. E. Eire Dept 

8. iS Steamship 

stm .stpamer 

supt superintendent 

W West 

STEEKTS 

Bat Battery 

Bdwy Broadway 



Bran Brannan 

Cal California 

Clem Clementina 

Com Commercial 

Diip Dupont 

Eol Folsf.m 

Har Harrifon 

Hiiw Howard 

Jack Jackson 

Kfar , Kearny 

Leav ....Leavenworth 

Leid Leidesdorff 

Lomb Lombard 

Merch Merchant 



Min Minna 

Miss Mission 

Mont Montgomery 

Pac Pacific 

Pow Powell 

Sac Sacramento 

San Sansoin 

Sec Second 

Ship Shipley 

Steu Steiiart 

Stev Stevenson 

Stock Stockton 

Sut Sutter 

Wash Washington 



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A. A. HOUSE, John Cappadacy proptr, 308 Kearny 

Aaron Aaron, salesman S. Bine, r. .5a'j Turk 

Aaron David, embroidery stami^mauufacturer 133 

Sixth, r. 91.5 Stockton 
Aaron David Mrs., pleating and stamping, 915 Stock 
Aaron Emil, cigarmaker Mayrisch Bros. & Co., r. 743^ 

Clara 
Aaron Emil, salesman E. Mansbach, r. 27 Turk 
Aaron Joseph, barber, 534 Third 
Aaron Louis, r. 036 Sacramento 

Aaron Louis, salesman Held Bros. & Co., r. 854 Fol 
Aaron Moses, waiter New York Bakery, r. 1048 Fol 
Aaron Simon, capitalist, r. 854 Fol 
Aaron Simon, salesman Western White Goods Co., r. 

532 Turk 
Aaron. See Aron 

Aaronson Leon, clerk Brown Bros. & Co., r. 24 San 
Aaronson. See Aronsohn and Aronson 
Anrvoll Axil H., seaman, r. 506 Eolsom 

Abadie Mme., dressmaker 710 Lombard 

Abadie Angele, domestic 514 Lombard 
Aban Richard, seaman, r. 31GJi Ritch 
Abbey Mary Miss, seamstress, r. 1412 Powell 
Abbiati Albino, proptr Belvldere House, 1108 Stock 
Abbiati Cffisar, student Heald's Business College 
Abbot George (E. Grisar & Co.) , r. 2012 Pacific Av 
Abbot Henry, r. 29 Dupont 

Abbot S. L. Jr., clerk New England Mutual Life In- 
surance Co., r. 26 Essex 



Abbotsford House, Michael Brogan proptr, NW cor 

Broadway and Larkin 
Abbott Annie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1551 Market 
Abbott Charles A., carpenter, r. 411 Pacific 
Abbott Charles H.,woolmerchant, office cor King and 

Fifth, r. 908 Geary 
Abbott Charles M., bookkeeper Newton Bros. & Co., 

r. 611 Mason 
Abbott Francis, cook, r. 273 Minna 
Abbott Frank H., compositor Benjamin E. Sterett, r. 

N s Jessie, nr l^ifth 
Abbott George H., clerk Newton Bros. & Co., r. 611 

Mason 
Abbott Granville S. Eev. D. D., pastor First Baptist 

Church, r. Brunswick House 
Abbott Henry, mariner, r. 42 Stanly PI 
Abbott Margaret (widow), groceries, 124 Freelon 
Abbo't Martha K., ladies' nurse, r. 806 X' Valencia 
Abbott Osborn, stockbroker, office 316 California, r. 

939 Howard 
Abbott Paving Works, Edward Dudgeon, president. 

office 206 Montgomery 
Abbott Robert W., clerk James Munsell Jr., r. 1551 

Market 
Abbott Samuel S., carpenter Woodward's Gardens 
Abbott Thomas, bargeman Custom House, r. (J Glover 
Abbott Thomas G., engineer Charles J. Holmes, r. 

Sanchez bet Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth 
Abbott W. , r. Turk Street Hotel 

Abbott William, bookkeexser Methodist Book Deposi- 
tory, r. 811 ><i Tyler 
Abbott William, furnished rooms, 32 Fourth 



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Abbott William, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 

Abbs Frank, painter, r. HiOO Hyde 

Abt-ille MariuB, cook. r. (iiJii Stockton 

Abel Albert, r. 41'.) East 

Abel Antoine, waiter North Pacific Hotel, 12 Jackson 

Abel Geor^^e A., shipping; clerk Elisha Kansom & Co., 

r. West Oakland 
Abel Halvor C, hassockmaker, r. 18 Oak Grove Av 
Abel Henrietta (widow), r. iV2 Stcuart 
Abel Richard, master mariner, office 305 East 
Abel Sophie, domestic 1013 Van Ness Av 
Abele Henry, cigarmaker Mayrisch Bros. & Co., r. 521 

Pacific 
Abell Albert, deckhand stm Transit, r. 318 Brannan 
ABEI.iLi A1.EXAXDKR G. , grand secretary Grand 

Lodge F. and K. M., office Masonic Temple, r. 

1027 Washington 
Abell Edward A., clerk, r. 1027 Washington 
Abe)] Waltf-r S., mining engineer, r. 1027 Washington 
Abejs ('liar)es, painter, r. .llM'j Natonia 
A))ils H.rniann.cabinetnikr Andrew Frei, r. 18 Geneva 
ABELS SOLOMON K., attorney at law, office 30 

Montgomery Block, r. 1107 Filbert 
Aben Albert, seaman, r. 318 Kitcli 
ABEND POST (German daily and weekly) S. F. 

Abend Post Publishing Co. publishers and 

proptrs, office .'53.'> California 
Abendroth Frederick, merchant tailor, 2513 Mission 
Abenheimer Julius, commission merchant, and im- 

l)orter calfskins, moroccos, etc., 20 Sansom 
Aber William E., bookkeeper Albert Washburn, r. 

840 ;<. Fourth 
Abernethy William A., carpenter NE cor O'Farrell 

and Hyde 
Aberton Frank W., machinist Union iron WorJiS, r. 

5(;« Howard 
Abjo J., drayman, 10 Front 
.Able Sojihia Mrs., r. 515 Hyde 
Abies I... C, student Heald's Business College, r. 049 

Howard 
Abley J. F., r. 17 Laskie 
Abraham Abraham, clothing, 404 Pacific 
Abraham Chris., driver Cal. Soda Works, r. 408'4 Na- 
tonia 
Abraliam Gabriel, merchant tailor, 105 Si.\tli, r. 22ii 

Sixth 
Abraham Garret, laborer Terminal Hotel 
Abraham Joseph, clothing, 23'.i Third 
Abraham Jlyer, Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny 

and Morton 
Abraham Nathan (P. Abraham & Son), r. !) Seventh 
Abraham P. & Son (Nathan), dry and fancy goods, 44 

Sixth 
Abraliam Phillip (P. Abraham & Son), r. '.) Seventh 
AbrahMiu Hodolph, r. 124 Fulton 
Abrahams Andrew, farmer, r. 13 John 
Alirnh;imH Henry, cutter Leon Lemos, r. 13 John 
Abraliams Lewis (Abrahams .>c Spiro). r. 2112 Howard 
.•\brahams Lewis, clothing, Clay, r. 005 Mc.Vllister 
Abraliams Marks, clerk .\brahams & Spiro, r. 13 John 
Abrahams Morris, peddler, r. 17 k' Sumner 
Abraliams Peter, captain schr B. J. Whiting, Jackson 

St. Wharf 
.\brii)iams Samuel, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
.MiraliiimH k Spiro (Lewis Abraluims and Morris 

S|iiro), mimeybrokers, and watches, diamonds, 

1111(1 jewelry, 534 Kearny 
Abrahams. Si'C Abraras 

Abraliati.son ilustave, salesman D.Magnes. r.742Ellis 
Abrahamson Hermann, uulesman E. Manshach, r. 742 

HI lis 
Abrahamson Hugo, salesman D. Magnes, r. 742 Ellis 
Abrahamson Jacob, r. 742 Ellis 
Abrahamson Julius, salesman Buver, Ucich ^V: Co., r. 

742 Ellis 
Abrahamson Niels, Ibjuor saloon, 420)4 Sixth 
Abnihamsoii Peter, stoves and tinware, 93i» Market, r. 

1022 Hyde 
Abrnbamson. See Abramson 

Abrarii .lolni Mrs., boarding and lodging, 015 Market 
Abram Uobirt. machinist Bahlwin's Theater, r. 205 

Fell 
Abrnmovicb Brothers (Drago and John), fruit, cigars 

and tobacco. 1.122 Polk 
Abramovlch Drago (Abramovich Bros.), r. 1322 Polk 
Abramovl<'h John (.Vbramovich Bros, and Militch ^V 

A) r. 1.322 polk 
Abrams Adolpli, hairdrcssing saloon, 1305 Leav 
Abrams Baron I)., sali'sman Charles Kalisky, r. SW 

cor Tyler and Van Ness Av 



Abrams David, merchant, r. SW cor Tyler and Van 

Ness Av 
Abrams Edward C, trunkmaker Haas & Co., r. 2032 

Folsom 
Abrams Harry, compositor, r. 1319 Post 
Abrams Hermann, fruit and vegetables, 238 Fourth, 

r. 24K Clementina 
Abrams Isaac, clerk Weil & Woodleaf, r. 502 Bush 
Abrams Isaac, clothing, 433 Pacific 
Abrams Jacob, salesman Hermann Abrams, r. 248 

Clementina 
ABRAMS JOHN (Abrams & Carroll), r. 21 Powell 
Abrams Jonas, speculator, r. 128 Olive Av 
Abrams Joseph, shoemaker, r. 928 Folsom 
Abrams Joseph D.. salesman Abraham Andrews, r. SW 

cor Van Ness Av and Tyler 
Abrams Lipman. pedlar, r. 258 Clara 
Abrams Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1305 Leaven- 
worth 
Abrams JIax. peddler, r. 248 Clementina 
Abrams Nathan, clerk Isaac Abrams, r. 433 Pacific 
Abrams Rachel (widow), r. 1359 Post 
Abrams Sai;uuel, insurance agent, r. 507 Lombard 
Abrams Solomon, rigger, r. 322 Main 
.\brams Theresa Miss, r. 2032 Folsom 
Abrams Thomas, compositor, r. 8 Walnut Av 
ABRAMS <& CARROLL. (John Abrams and 
George L. Carridl) , importers and wholesale drug- 
gists, 3 and 5 Front 
.■Vbramson Edward (Abramson & Bacon), r. 323 Kesr 
Abramson Jacob, clerk Hartwig Traube, r. 323 Kear 
ABRAMSON it BACON, (Edward Abramson 
and Gaston E. Bacon), chemists and druggists, 
SW cor Dupont and Sutter, and 717 Clay above 
Kearny 
Abrego Ysniael, salesman Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Abrutt Laur.iit. laborer P. Priet, r. 110 Bush 
ACADEMY BUILDING, 330 Pine 
ACADEaiY OF NATURAL SCIENCES, SW 

cor California and Dupont 
Academy of Notre Dame, E s Dolores, bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth 
.\ccidental Consolidated Gidd & Silver Mining Co., 
(Storey Co., Nev.), Otto Metchke secretary, office 
328 Montgomery, room 20 
Acclimatizing Society, W. W. Traylor secretary, office 

37 Nevada Block 
Aceret Anna Mrs., dressmaker, 024 Ash Av 
Aceret Jacob, gardener, r. 024 Ash .\v 
Aceves Alexander, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 1719 Stockton 
Acheson Robert, hop and grainbroker, office 402 Front, 

r. 258 Eighth 
ACHESON THOMAS S., supervisor Eighth 

Ward. r. 700 Post 
Acholi John, r. 711 California 
Achorn Albion G.. carpenter, r. N s Twenty-sixth 

bet Fair Oaks and Dolores . 
Ackilman Piter, seaman, r. 322 Main, rear 
Acker Frank V., builder 1207 Polk, r. S W cor Larkin 

and Biisli 
Acker (ieorge, laborer, r. 247 Second 
Acker .lames, with Dohrmann & ("o., r. 120 Oregon 
Acker V. Mrs., dressmaker, 317 Sutter 
Acker William, cHpitiilist, r. Commercial Hotel 
ACKER3IAN BROTHERS (Samml S., Hart S., 
Isidor S., Isidor H., and David Hauser) , im- 
porters fancy goods, crockery, and general varie- 
ties, 209 Sutter, and 123 Kearny 
Ackerman Charles, r. 731 Tehama 
Ai-kei'man Charles, baktr. r. 1)09 Jackson 
Ackerman (Uiarles L.(Nai)hfaly. Freidenriih & Acker- 
man), attorney at law. office 420 Cal, r. 425 Eddy 
Ackerman Clans, packer Genesee Mill Co. 
AcUermau David, butcherONewMetroiiolitan Market, 

r. 333 Geary 
Aikerman Edward, salesman Hall & Lachman,r. 1309 

Larkin 
Ackerman E. J., miner, r. .529 Saci-amento 
Ack<rman Hart S. (Ackerman Bros.), r. 832 O'Farrct 
Ackerman Henry, bookkeeper Elias Reeb, r. 520 Eddy 
.\ckerman Hermann, master mariner, r. 2717 H Mis 
Ackerman llvmau S., cashier Ackerman Bros., r. 420 

Kddv 
Ackeniuin Isidor H. (Ackerman Bros.) , r. 832 O'Farrell 
A.kermnn Isidor S. (Ackerman Bros.), r. 832 O'Farrell 
Ackerman Jacob, driver Clay Street Hill R.R., r. 1006 

licavenworth 
Ackerman John, porter Franklin Hotel. 321 Pacific 



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Ackerman Louisa Mrs., r. '2'25 Chestnut 

Ackerman Patrick, clerk D. N. & E. Walter & Co., r. 

1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Kobert, seaman, r. 331 Ritch 
Ackerman Samuel, salesman D. N. & E.Walter & Co., 

r. 130"J Larkin 
Ackerman Samuel S. (Ackerman Bros.) r. 832 O'Far- 

rell 
Ackerman Sigmund H., salesman Ackerman Bros., r. 

832 O'Farrell 
Ackerman Sigmund L., clerk Neustadter Brothers, r. 

520 Eddy 
Ackerman. See Aierman 

Ackerson Charles H., carpenter and builder, 215 Kearny 
Ackerson George T., stockbroker, office 314 Montgom- 
ery, room 4, r. 1527 Powell 
Ackerson Jennie S. Miss, 1627 Sutter 
Ackerson John W. (Hanson, Ackerson & Co.), r. Ta- 

coma, W. T. 
Ackerson William E., chief repairer Fire Alarm and 

Police Telegraph, r. 7 Brenham PI 
Ackley M. E. Mrs., r. 7 Montgomery Av 
Ackley Lyman, capitalist, r. 915 J^ Howard 
Ackman William, master mariner, office 305 East 
Acosta Antonio, sashmaker, r. 20 Scott PI 
Acosta Augustine, bootblack Philip P. Lehn, r. 606 

Merchant 
Acosta Donato, painter, r. 20 Scott PI 
Acosta Rosario, dressmaker, r. 6 Hinckley 
Acres Richard, paper ruler H. S. Crocker, r, 733 Bush 
Acton Martin J., expressman 763 Market, r. 15 Elliott 

Park 
Acton Richard, saddle and harnessmaker, r. 27fO Miss 
Acton Robert, shoemaker Biickingham & Hecht, r. 6 

Rose Av 
Adair James, watchman Pioneer Cigar Box Factory, r. 

124 Clinton 
Adair John, r. 7 Yerba Buena 
Adair William H., apothecary Or. G. Burnett, r. 327 

Montgomery 
Adam Henry, laborer, r. 419 Folsom 
Adam Thomas (Adam & Kibbe), r. 507 Gough 
ADAM «Sj kibbe (Thomas Adam & Millard Kibbe) , 

wines and licxuors, junction Market and Geary 
Adamas J. W., r. 34 Kearny 

Adami John, expressman SW cor Stockton and Jack- 
son, r. 113 Virginia 
Adami Joseph, fisherman, r. 894 Front 
Adamich John, waiter stm Constantine, Bdwy Wharf 
Adams Adam, r. 1714 Mason 
Adams Adele Miss, r. 600 Bush 
Adams A. L., carpenter Joshua Hendy, r. Fourth Street 

Hotel 
Adams Albert F., blacksmith, r. 1603 Mission 
Adams Albert F., deputy collector U. S. Internal Rev- 
enue, r. Alameda 
Adams Albert H., furnished rooms, 32 Fourth 
Adams Alexander P., man uf and patentee pure com- 
pressed coffee, 51 Fremont, r. 109 Twenty- fourth 
Adams Alice, physician, office and r. 731 Folsom 
Adams Amos, secretary Cal. State Grange and Grangers' 

Business Assn., office 106Davis, r. 807 California 
ADA3IS AMOS C, attorney at law, office. 38 and 

39 Montgomery Block, r. Oakland 
Adams Andrew J., mining, office 330 Pine, room 26, 

r. 313 O'Farrell 
Adams Annie Miss, r. 22 Wetmore PI 
Adams Arthur L, mailing clerk Post-offlce, r. 534 Bush 
Adams August, seaman, r. 823 Battery 
Adams C. F., barber Joseph R. Bleily, r. 672 Mission 
Adams Charles, ironworker Pacific Rolling Mill, r. 

E s Tennessee, nr MariiDOsa 
Adams Charles, with Grangers' Assn., r. 807 Cal 
Adams Charles, water tender S. S. George W. Elder, 

Oregon S. S. Co. 
AdamB Charles D, porter O. F. Willey & Co., r. 

Twelfth Av.,bet L and M, South S. F. 
Adams Charles F., clerk Cross & Co., r. 909 Bdwy 
Adams Charles F., hostler J. Sloan, N s Green, nr Bat 
Adams Charles H., teamster, r. 724 Lombard 
Adams Charles W. carpenter, r. 235 Eighth 
Adams Christopher, gunsmith, locksmith and cutler 

508 Commercial, r. 119 Francisco 
Adams Clara A. Miss, assistant Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 909 Broadway 
Adams Conrad, r. 218 Ritch 

Adams Cyrus (Cyrus Adams & Co.) r. Lick House 
Adams Cyrus & Co. (Enos Smith) importers and job- 
bers leaf tobacco, 419 and 421 Jackson 
Adams Daniel T., speculator, r. 614 Bush 



Adams E. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 35 Kearny 

Adams E. D., stockdealer, r. 612 Bush 

ADAMS EDSON, real estate, office 91 and 92 Mont- 
gomery Block, r. Oakland 

Adams Edward, sttidtnt University Mound College 

Adams Edwin, glove-cutter P. & F. G. Conklin, r. 31 
Rausch 

Adams Emerson, market 6 Pearl, r. NE cor Laguna 
and Market 

Adams Florence S. Miss, assistant Mission Primary 
School, r. 586 Buchanan 

Adams Frank, clerk, r. 54 First 

Adams Frank, longshoreman, r. N. s. Green, nr Bat 

Adams Frank M., mining, office 330 Pine, room 26, r. 
18 Turk 

Adams Frederick E., blacksmith, CityE. R., r. 1603 
Mission 

Adams George, boxmaker Pacific Box Factory, r. 
1218 Folsom 

Adams George, carpenter, r. 421 Fourth 

Adams George, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 

Adams George, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 

Adams George, seaman stm Monterey, r. Ancon Hotel 

Adams George F., printer with John H. Knarston, r. 
812 Kearny 

Adams George M., foreman ciitting room U. S. Mint, 
r. 586 Buchanan 

Adams George P., clerk, r. 711 Bush 

Adams George R., clerk Custom House, r. Oakland 

Adams George W., clerk, r. 909 Broadway 

Adams George W., lumber measurer, r. 812 Cal 

Adams Harry A., clerk Williams, Blanchard & Co., 
r. 825 Bush 

A dams Henry, brewer Broadway Breweryr. 10 Polk 
Lane 

Adams Henry, shoe cutter, r. 244 Stevenson 

Adams Henry, seaman stm tug Richard Holyoke, 
Harrison St Wharf 

Adams Henry, workman Jacob Adams, r. 637 Broad- 
way, rear 

Adams Henry B., gunsmith Liddle & Kasding, r. Oak- 
land 

Adams Henry W., clerk Merchants' Pro. Assn., r.i323 
Fillmore 

Adams Herbert, clerk, r. 787 Mission 

Adams Herbert, water tender stm George W. Elder, 
Oregon S. S. Co., r. i'SiH Clementina 

Adams Hermann, tailor 518 Pine, r. 466 J^ Sixth 

Adams H. H., blacksmith, 2005 Mission, r. 2007 Miss 

Adams Hill Consolidated Mining Co. (Eureka, Nev.), 
William AV.Traylor secretary, office 37 Nevada Blk 

Adams Horace (Goss & Adams), r. 214 Powell 

Adams Howard N, local policeman, r. 439 Jessie 

Adams Isa^c, barber George Obeuauer, r. 502 Bush 

Adams Jacob, proptr Broadway Brewery, 637 Broad- 
way, r. 628 Broadway 

Adams James (Adams & Butler) , r. 26 Washington Av 

Adams James, brassfouuder, r. 331 Green 

Adams James, student. University Mound College 

Adams James H, r. 909 Broadway 

Adams Joel, varieties, 725 Brannan 

Adams John, r. Clipper Hotel 

Adams John, boxmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., r. 
414 Post, rear 

Adams John, carpenter, r. 8 Clementina 

Adams John, clerk, r. 26}^ Kearny 

Adams John, hide curer James Beatty, SE cor. 
Seventh Av and M, South S. F. 

Adams John, hostler, r. 231 Stevenson 

Adams John, waiter Lick House 

Adams John B., bootblack NW cor Ellis and Stock- 
ton, r. 270 Jessie 

Adams John C, barber, r. 672 Mission 

Adams John G., expressman SW cor Post and Du- 
pout, r. 63(i Pacific 

Adams John L., fireman tug Lookout, Howard St 
Wharf 

Adams John M., mining engineer, office 109 Califor- 
nia, room 7, r. 1611 Larkin 

Adams John P., steward Hose No. 3, S. F. F. D., r. 
E a Folsom, bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

ADAMS JOHN Q,., attorney at law, office 604 
Clay, r. 1028 Vallejo 

Adams John Q., bartender G. A. Love, NW cor 
Eighth and Shipley 

Adams John Q., clerk Nevada Bank of San Fran- 
cisco, r. 734 Sutter 

Adams John Q., helper Carvill Manuf. Co., r. 1320 
Guerrero 

Adams John Q., plumber, 1243 Mission 



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Adams John S., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 8 Jessie, 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
Adams Joseph, carpenter, r. 5 Drumm 
Adams Jostph B., clerk, r. SW cor Pennsylvania Av 

and Solano 
Adams Joseph W., foreman Banner Soap Factory, r. 

30 Keamy 
Adams Josephine M. Miss, saleslady Singer Manuf. 

Co., r. .502 Sutter 
Adams J. P., bootblack, Ver Mehr PI, nr Keamy 
Adams Laura A. Miss, r. 713 M Bush 
Adams Lawson S. (Adams, McNeill & Co., Sacra- 
mento) , office 40.5 Front, r. 825 Bush 
Adams Leonard C, salesman Folger, Schilling & Co., 

r. 800 Powell 
Adams Leonard C, traveler Banta & Smith, r. Lick 

House 
Adams Lorenzo, plumber Bucknam & Langrehr, r. 

514 Sixth 
Adams Louis, salesman Charles B. TVells, r. 731 Fol 
Adams Louisa Miss, r. 2007 Mission 
Adams Margaret Miss, dressmaker, r. 614 Mason, rear 
Adams Martin H., carriagesmith Charles J. Moyes, r. 

lG:i6 Tyler 
Adams ^lary (widow) , r. 125 Clara 
Adams Mary Miss, r. 331 Green 
Adams Maud Miss, fringemaker W. Englander, r. 2030 

Eddy 
Adams N. Mrs., r. 229 Kearny 
Adams X. A. (widow), r. 1426 California 
Adams Nelson B., clerk Altu California, r. Souths. F. 
Adams Nelson J., assayer Huhn & Luckhardt, r. 586 

Buchanan 
Adams Otis, machinist, r. Eleveath Av, nr Eailroad 

Av, South S. F. 
Adams Q. L., dentist, r. 1.515 Leavenworth 
Adams Khoda (widow), r. 1104 Pacific 
Adams Richard, teamster, r. Brannan, bet Seventh 

and Ei^'hth 
Adams K.iss M., hatter Pedro Noriega, r. 1117 Mont 
Adaiii.s Sallie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1520 Dupont 
Adams Samuel, homceiiuthic medicines, 1533 Sutter 
Adams S;inmtl, .seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Adams Sainutl, shipcarpeuter, r. N s Twenty eighth, 

bet Church and Sanchez 
Adams Samuel \V., blacksmith City R. R., r. 1603 Miss 
Adams S. C. Mrs., r. Lick House 
Adams Thomas B., master mariner, r. 442 Twenty- 
second 
Adams Timothy W., sawsmith Nathan W. Spauldiug, 

r. 1218 Folsom 
Adams William, boltmakcr Pac. Rolling Mills, r. NE 

cor Louisiana and Sierra 
Adams William, laborer C. E. Haseltine . 
Adams William, salesman Taber, Harker & Co., r. 420 

Geary 
Adams William, stevedore, r. 331 Green 
Adams William Jr., baker, r. 331 Green 
Adams William H., clerk S.F. Bulletin Co., r. Alameda 
Adams William H., porter S. Hahn & Co., r. 1320 

Guerrero 
Adams William H. Jr., shoe dresser U.W. C. Boot and 

Shoe ('(J., r. 1320 Guerrero 
AdaiuH William J. (Adams & Taylor) , r. Fair Oaks, 

Han Mateo Co. 
Adams William J., r. 1611 Larkin 
Adams W. M., Journeymen Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montt^omery 
Adams W. S., deckhand Harbor Commissioners' 

dredger 
Adams W.W., r. 127 Kearny 
Adams Z. B., traveling salesman Main ji Winchester, 

r. 1323 Flllmoro 
Adams A: Butler (Janus Adams and Thomas J. But- 
ler), hay, graiii. and feed, 42 and 44 Olay 
ADAMN i^t TAYLOR (William J. Adams and 

Peter Taylor), hiiubcr and shipping, Pier 17, 

Steuart, and proptrs Seaback Mills, W. T. 
Adamson It., salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 1913 

HtevensDii 
Adamson W. U. II., bookkeeper Sullivan, Eelly &0o., 

r. East Oakland 
Adcock Edwiu, varnlsher Pac. Improvement Co.. r. 

221 Post 
Adcock John T., salesman Knowland & Doe, r. 428 

Brannan 
Adcock Kato, milliner, 221 Post 
Adcock Robert A., clerk A. M. Simpson & Brother, 

Beale St. Wharf, r. 541 Second 
Adcock William, r. 58 Tehama 



Adcock William H., jeweler, r.403 Oak 

Addison Walter D., bookkeeper Black Point Packing 

House, r. NW cor Bay and Buchannan 
Addington David M., student Toland's Medical Col- 
lege, r. 638 Green 
Adego Domingo, seaman, r. 5 Beale PI 
Adelphl Theater, Ned Buckley proptr, 607 California 
Adelsdorfer Ernest, merchant, r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Isaac, r. 627 Larkin 
Adelsdorfer Joseph, salesman Frankenthal & Co.,r. 

501 Van Ness Av 
Adelsdorfer Zacharias, merchant, r. 1605 Gough 
Adelson Julius (Macowsky & Adelson), r. 359 }<5 

Tehama 
Adelson Max, peddler, r. 813 Pacific 
Adelstein Bernard, r. 25 Lafayette 
Adema William, cooper, r. 6 Tehama 
Aden John R., captain schr Anna Aden, r. NW cor 

Howard and Steuart 
Aden M. R., captain schr Brothers, r. NW cor Howard 

and Steuart 
Adger Samuel C. teacher music, r. 28 Stone 
Adix Henry, deckhand stm Saa Joaquin No. 2, Jackson 

St. Wharf 
Adler Adolph, bookkeeper Hart & Goodman, r.Ahlborn 

House 
Adler Alexander, bookkeeper Ordensteiu & Co., r. 513 

Post 
Adler Bar, real estate, r. 74-5 Howard 
Adler Bernard, r. 14 >i Freelon 
Adler Charles, r. 1019 Sutter 

Adler Charles (W. and I. Steinhart & Co.) , r. Alameda 
Adler Charles E., salesman Fechheimer, Goodkind & 

Co., r. 1517 Van Ness Av 
Adler David, bookkeeper, r. 315 Fulton 
Adler David, crockery, 208 Sixth 
Adler Elkan, bakery, 705 Polk 
Adler Elkan, draynian, 10 Front 
Adler Herman, bookkeeper Pac. Millinery Empodium 

r. 309 Powell 
Adler Jacob, clerk C. Leverentz & Co., r. 513 Post 
Adler John, laborer Pacific Mail S. S. Co 
Adler Jonas, clerk, r. 13 Hopeton Terrace 
Adler Joseph, r. 305 Kearny 
Adler Joseph C, stock clerk A. Roman & Co., r. 315 

Fulton 
Adler Julius, local agent Union Insurance Co., r. 513 

Post 
Adler Leopold, r. 910 Geary 

Adler Leopold (Schw(^rdt & Adler), r. 537 Stevenson 
Adler Louis M., shoemaker S.W. Levy, r. 315 Fulton 
Adler Morice, salesman Altschul, Seller & Co., r. 748 

Howard 
Adler Morris, butcher 302 Beale, r. 315 Fulton 
Adler Moses, merchant, r. 13 Hopeton Terrace 
.\dler Robert, bootcutter Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

315 Fulton 
Adler Samuel, salesman S. Bine, r. f22 Tyler 
Adler Sigmuud, clerk M. J. Flavin, r. 513 Post 
AdUr Solomon, merchant, r. 622 Tyler 
Adliugtou David M., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 
ADMIiVISTKATOR PUBLIC, office 12 Nevada 

Block 
Admoniuo Giovanni, gardener Antonio Lagomarsino, 

E s Twenty-ninth Av, N of Point Lobos Av 
Adonis Byrou, medical student, r. 603 Washington 
Adraiu William, r. 629 California 
Adrian Adrian, cleaner F. C. Hagerup, r. 76 Everett 
Adrian Frank (Adrian & Stoer), r. 1221 York 
Adrian George, hairdresser Stable k Beruhard, r. 502 

Bush 
Adrian & Stoer (Frank Adrian and George Stoer), 

market, NW cor Twenty-fourth and Bryant Av . 
Advance Silver Mining Company (Alpine Co., Cal.), 

B. Lingley secretary, office 309 California, room 16 
Aeilley Frank, cigarmaker Chris. Behusen, r. 152 First 
Aerciniega Mrs. (widow), r. 1420 Maso a 
Aetherr Adolph, baker, r. 164 Clara 
^*:TxXA INSUKANCE CO. of Hartford, Conn. 

(tire), George C. Boardman manager, Henry Carl- 
ton Jr. city agent, office 311 California 
-«}TNA IRON WORKS, Pendergast k Smith 

proptrs, 217-221 Fremont, bet Howard and Fol 
.«:TNA life insurance CO. (llartford, 

Conn.), Charles W. Dannals manager, 504 Hear 
-<ETNA SILVER MINING CO. (Globe District), 

J. S. Benear secretary, 420 Montgomery, room 12 
Aeukens P., seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Afeld Joseph, musical instruments and stationery, 

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Aflf George, shipcarpenter, r. 5 Florence 

Agard George L., searcher of records, r. 311 Green 

Agard John A., clerk Atkinson, Doiul & Co., r. 311 

Green 
Agard William A. T., surveyor Lawrence A Shortt, r. 

311 Green 
Agard William B., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

311 Green 
Agars William, r. 305 Kearny 
Agaton Emile, butcher, r. IIOH Freelon 
Agee Joel B. P., driver Robert P. Agee, r. 2700 Har 
Agee John P., driver Robert P. .\gee, r. 2700 Har 
Agee Mary J., dressmaker, r. 2700 Harrison 
Agee Robert P., woodpeddler, r. 2700 Harrison 
Agen Michael, laborer Presidio Reservation 
Agen Patrick, laborer, r. 436 Jessie 
Agenda Mining Co., Henry B. Cougdon secretary, ofSce 

240 Montgomery, room 3 
Ager James E. (Bacon & Co.) , r. Oakland 
Ager John E., accountant A. B. Forbes, r. 2842 Miss 
Aggart Benjamin, waiter Palace Hotel 
Aggis G., wholesale liquors, r. 1(5 Geary 
Aggit James W., machinist, r. 92(5 Mission 

Agnan , miner, r. 420 Jackson • 

Agnew Frank L., clerk S. F. and North Pac. R. R. Co., 

r. 59 South Park 
Agnew Gilmore, compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 739 

Howard 
Agnew James P., assistant secretary S. F. and North 

Pac. R. R. Co., r. 59 South Park 
Agnew John J., foreman teamster S. F. Gas Light Co., 

r. 519 Ellis 
Agnew Patrick, calker Middlemas & Boole, r. 312 Main 
Agnew Richard, shipcarpenter, r. 235 Dora 
Agnew Robert, watchman Harbor Commissioners 

dredger 
Agnew Rosa (widow) , r. 147 Valencia 
Agnew Samuel, fireman stm El Capitan, Oakland 

Ferry, r. 41 Natoma • 

Agnew Samuel, porter Merry, FauU & Co., r. W s 

Dolores, bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
Agnew Thomas, city agent and surveyor State Invest- 
ment and Insurance Co., office 218 San, r . 2129 Bush 
Agnew Thomas, watchman, r. N s Filbert, bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Agnew T. W., seaman, r. Western House 
Agnew William C, teamster S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

873 Folsom 
Agren Oscar, seaman stm Constantine, r. 9 Pacific 
AGRICULiTURAL. FIRE INSURANCE CO., 
J. J. Desmond & Sons agents, office 410 California 
Agricultural Machine Works, Byron Jackson proiitr, 

SE cor Sixth and Bluxome 
Agricultural Park, James Eoffproptr,Ns Point Lobos 

Av, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-seventh avs 
AGRIPPINA INSURANCE CO., Henry Balzer 

& Co. agents, office 209 Sansome 
Aguana M. Miss, laundress, r. (521 Pacific 
Aguilar F. J., laborer, r. 1508 Dupont 
Aguilar James, seaman, r. 31 Hinckley 
Aguine Henri, mining, r. 438 Broadway 
Aguirre Gabina (widow), r. 521 Green 
Aguirre J. M., real-estate, r. 2 Gardner Alley 
Aguirre Josexshine, dressmaker Mrs. M. V. O. Kendall, 

r. 2 Gardner Alley 
Aguirre Martin J., r. 329 Kearny 
Aguirre Peter A. (Aguirre & Salazar) , r. 1508 Powell 
Aguirre Ramon M., cigars and tobacco, 308 Kearny, r. 

2 Gardner Alley 
Aguirre & Salazar (Peter A. Aguirre and Adolfo Sala- 
zar), hatters, 329 Kearny 
Agure Thomas W., seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Ahearn Arthur J,, carpenter Roman Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, r. N, bet Eighteenth and Twentieth avs. 
South S. F. 
Ahearn Bartholomew, laborer Roman Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, r. N bet Eighteenth and Twentieth avs. 
South S. F. 
Ahearn Catherine (widow) , bakery, 316 Folsom 
Ahearn James, laborer, r. 868 Folsom 
Ahearn Patrick, lamplighter S. F. Gaslight Co, r. 123 

Ash Av 
Ahearn Thomas, fireman, r. 219 Second 
Ahearn William B., steward Metropolitan Restaurant, 

r. 2 Park PI 
Ahearne Ellen (widow) , ladies nurse, r. 1420 Broad- 
way 
Ahearne Maurice J., clerk, r. 1420 Broadway 
Ahern Ann (widow), r. 15 Boardman PI 
Ahem Daniel, laborer r. 115 Second 



Ahern Daniel, laborer Laurel Hill cemetery, r. Idl 

Broderick 
Ahern Daniel, longshoreman, r. 247 Second 
Ahern Daniel, islasterer, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern James, harnesscleaner Lot. D. Slocum, r. 10 

Lewis 
Ahern James, laborer Superintendent of Streets 
Ahern James, wood and coal dealer, r. 1113 Bryant 
Ahern John, laborer Superintendent of Streets 
Ahern John, longshoreman, r. 538 Mission 
Ahern John M., liquor saloon, NW cor Larkin and Ash 

Av 
Ahern Julia, domestic 2345 Howard 
Ahern Kate Miss, domestic 29 Glen Park Av 
Ahern Martin (Ahern & Co.) , r. 803 Montgomery 
Ahern Mary A. Miss, assistant Eighth Street Primary 

School, r. 213 Larkin 
Ahern Maurice, watchman South Pac. Coast R. R. 

dock, r. 1611 Broderick 
Ahern Maurice A., longshoreman, r. 115 Second 
Ahern Michael, bootcrimper Porter, Oppenheimer & 

Slessiuger, r. 1820 Ellis 
Ahern Michael, laborer, r. 25 Cohimbia PI 
Ahern Michael, laborer, r. E B San Bruno road, nr 

Twenty-seventh 
Ahern Michael, laborer James Tomkinson, r. 1820 

Ellis • 

Ahern Nora Mrs., domestic, 727 Gough 
Ahern Patrick, deckhand Oakland Ferry, r. Oakland 
Ahern Patrick, driver N. B. and Mission R. R., r. 

3038 M Tenth 
Ahern P. E., merchant tailor, 2021 Mission 
Ahern Peter, r. 523 Post 

Aliern Peter, carpenter, r. N.W. cor Larkin and Ash Av 
Ahern Roger, carpenter, r. 8 Harrison Av 
Ahern Timothy, laborer, r. 236 Dora 
Ahern William C, oysterman, r. 509 Washington 
Ahern & Co. (Martin Ahern and Dennis W. Long), 

commission merchants, 208 Washington 
Aherne M. J., r. 331 Montgomery, room 16 
Aherns Patrick, plasterer Sauford M. Hills, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahkman Thomas, laborer California Powder Works, 

r, NW cor Broderick and Jefferson 
Ahlbach Jacob, tinsmith, 231 Fourth, r. 103^ Louisa 
Ahlbach Julia (widow), r. 43 Russ, rear 
Ahlborn August, cook Ahlborn House, r. 243 Stev 
Ahlboru Charles (Ahlborn & Boeckmann), r. Ahl- 
born House 
Ahlborn Henry, expressman cor Dupont and Post, r. 

E s Johnson Av, bet Point Lobos Av and St. Rose 
AHLBORN HOUSE Ahlborn & Boeckmann 

proptrs, 321 and 323 Dupont 
Ahlborn Minnie (widow), r. 4 Ivy Av 
Ahlboru William, teamster, r. 5 Mason 
AHLBORN & BOECKMANN (Charles Ahlborn 

and George Boeckmann) , proptrs Ahlborn House, 

321 and 323 Dupont 
Ahlers George, liquor saloon, 229 Spear 
Ahlers Henry C, jeweler Elleau & Hollander, r. 9 Russ 
Ablers John D., groceries and liquors, SW cor Valen- 
cia and Twenty-third 
Ahlers John H. (Ahlers & Boeckmann), r. 107 Austin 
Ahlers William, laborer Califoi-nia Sugar Refinery, r. 

W s Dore, bet Harrison and Bryant, rear 
Ahlers & Boeckmann (John H. Ahlers and Diederich 

H. Boeckmann), groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Polk and Austin 
Ahlers. See Alers. 
Ahlert Joseph, plumber W. F. Wilson, r. SW cor Post 

and Scott 
Ahlert P., with Lachman & Jacobi, r. 223 First 
Ahlert William, plumber W. F. Wilson, r. SW cor Post 

and Scott 
Ahlf Mary, domestic 840 Folsom 
Ahlps Richard, wholesale porkbutcher. Sixth Av, nr 

K, South S. F. 
Ahlstrom John, shqpmaker, r. 12 Berry 
Ahuelt August, junk dealer, 318 Francisco 
Ahpe Adolph, stockkeeioer M. Hyman & Co. 
Ahpel Carl, bookkeeper D. Samuels, r. 838 McAllister 
Ahpel Henry Mrs., r. 328 Fell 
Ahpel Nathan, stock clerk W. & I. Steinhart & Co., r. 

328 Fell 
Ahren Maria (widow) , r. N B Twenty-third, bet Va- 
lencia and Guerrero 
Ahrens Charles, cabinetmaker Charles Klemm, r. 148 

Bluxome 
Ahrens Christian, jeweler and watchmaker, 616 Wash 
Ahrens Claus, bookkeeper, r. 530 Third 
Ahrens Claus, waiter Huettmann's Hotel 



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AHREXS D. & G., groceries and liquors. 138 

Third, and liquor saloon, SW cor Miss and Main 

Abrens Diedricli (D. k G. Ahrens) r. SW cor Mission 

and Main 
Ahrens Frederick, pedler, r. 1002 Montgomery 
Ahrens Frederick W., butcher, r. 20 Page 
Ahrens George (D. & G. Abrens) , r. 80 Everett 
Ahrens George, watchmaker Christian Ahrens, r. 616 

Washington 
AHRENS H. «& CO. (Henry Tietjen, and Theodore 
Von Borstel), pro]jtrs Chicago Brewery, 1420 Pine 
Abrens Henry (H. Ahrens k Co.) , r. 1420 Pine 
Ahrens Henry, waiter, r. 279 Stevenson 
Ahrens Jacob, groceries and liquors, 715 Natoma 
Ahrens Jacob H., liquor saloon, 211 Davis, r. Oakland 
Ahrens Joseph, barber, r, 253 Perry 
Ahrens Nicholas (Ahrens A: Shattuck), r. 106 Minna 
Ahrens Rudolph, clerk Henry F. Kappke, r. 737 Union 
Ahrens Thomas, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Ahrens TVilliam (Von Soosten & Ahrens), r. SW cor 

Sixteenth and Fol.som 
Ahrens & Shattuck (Xicliolas Abrens, and O. J. Shat- 
tuck), groceries and liquors, NW cor Second and 
Minna 
Abumada Joseph M., real esta^p, office and r. 137 Mont- 
gomery, room 30 
Aibischer Bruno, real estate, r. 1337 Dupont 
Aibischer Joseph, carpenter, r. 1337 Dupont 
Aicher Frank, machinist, r. 1618 Stockton 
Aid Union, A. Ludorff secretary, office 29 Kearny 
Aigeltinger Charles A., teamster Pacific Commercial 

Co., r. 1018 Hyde 
Aigeltinger Leopold, furrier, r. 1009 Howard 
Aiken Addie E. Mi.'ss, assistant Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 227 Geary 
Aiken Henry M., driver Hiram Cliflford, r. Silver Av, 

bet Mission and San Bruno Koad 
Aiken James, laborer Wiliiam Kerr, r. 909 Bat, rear 
Aiken John, sailmaker John L. Prior, r. 912 Geary 
Aiken John H., knitter Mission Woolen Mills, r. NE 

cor Howard and Fifteenth 
Aiken J. R., conductor Market St. R. R. 
Aiken Martha (widow), r. 59}^ Shipley 
Aiken Robert, clerk Robert M. Black, r. 1327 Ellis 
Aiken William, reporter Stock Report, r. 621 Larkin 
AIKEN AV'IlililAM H., attorney at law, office 34 

Jlontgiimery Block, r. 227 Geary 
Aikin Andrew, r. 618 California 
Aikiu Andrew S., jewelry dealer, r. 618 California 
Aikins William, laborer, r. 36 Clay 
Ainsa Jesus, engineer, r. 519 3<. Greenwich 
Ainsa Manuel, groceries, 228 Sixth, r. 9293^ Howard 
Ainsberry Annie (widow), r. 19 Gilbert 
Ainsbeny Margaret (widow) , r. 19 Gilbert 
Ainslee Francis, coUarmaker Main k Winchester, r. 

553 Mission 
Ainsley James, compositor, r. 24 Sixth 
Alnsley Joseph, assist engineer stm Harriet, Jackson 

St. Wharf 
Ainsley Thomas, laborer new V. S. Appraiser's Build- 
ing, r. 24 Sixth 
Ainsworth Charles, first officer bktn Ella, r. 610 Minna 
Ainsworth D. H., manuf fire kindling, 770 Bryant, r. 

435 Geary 
Ainsworth Emma C. Miss, adjuster coiner's depart- 
ment U. S. Mint. r. 109 Fifth 
Ainsworth F. W., manager A. D. Remington, r. 1800 

Laguna 
Ainsworth William, watchman freight department 

Central Pac. R. R. 
Air Space Boiler Covering Co., Gilbert 0. Fowler pres- 
ident, office 413 and 415 Pa<ific 
Aird Darling, blacksmith Risdou I. and L. Works, r. 

562 Bryant 
Aird David, carpenter, r. 7 Lafayette PI 
Aird JanicH, blacksniith Pac. Iron Works, r. 602 Bryant 
Aitken Cliarles H., r. 208 Kills 
Aitkeu Charles H., market 5 Jackson, r. 526 Kearny 
Aitken Edwin J., clerk Cope & Boyd, r. 1513 Broad- 
way 
Aitken James (Moynihan & Aitken), r. SW cor Page 

and Devisadero 
Aitken James, boilermaker Movniban & Aitken, r. 32 )i 

Zoo 
Aitken James C, machinist /Etna Iron Works, r. 2635 

Uurrisou 
Aitken J. R. (Aitken & Co.) . r. Oakland "■ 

Aitken K. S. Mrs., furnished rooms and splritmedium, 

office and r. 52('> Kearny 
Aitken M. A. (widow), r. 1511 Broadway 



Aitken R. H. & Co. (Robert P. Chase), real-estate 
agents, 702 Market 

Aitken Robert, stockbroker, office 314 Montgomery, 
room 5. r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Aitken Robert H. (R. H. Aitken & Co.) , r. 461 Clem 

Aitken Samuel, machinist Birch, Argall & Co., r. NW 
cor Capi) and Twenty-fifth 

Aitken Samuel Mrs., r. NW cor Cappand Twenty-fifth 

AITKEN A CO. (J. R. Aitken), real estate and 
general business agents, 502 Kearny 

Aitkens A. E., solicitor James O'Hanlon, r. 1014 Mont 

Aitkens Robert, r. 304 Sutter 

Ajax Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., 
Cal.), A. F. Main secretary, office 309 Caliiornia, 
rooms 1 and 2 

Aker Christian, baker Emil A. Engelberg, r. 418 Kear 

Akeroyd James, woolgrader Wool Agency Warehouse, 
r. Excel.sior Hotel 

Akers Henry, teamster Peck & Co., r. S s Myrtle Av, 
bet Gough and Franklin 

Akins Charles H., policeman City Hall, r. 1596 Bush 

Akius William, laborer Autone Raicevicb 

Akmann William (Meyer & Akmann) , r. NE cor Sev- 
enteenth and Eureka 

Alabama & Humboldt Consolidated Mining Co. 
(Storey Co. Nev.), office 302 Montgomery, room 5 

Alabie August, cabinetmaker, r. S s Harrison, bet 
Solano and Mariposa 

Alacran Silver Mining Co. (Mexico), Lester L. Robin- 
sou president, office 320 Sansom, room 23 

ALAMEOA BUELDING & L.OAX ASSOCIA- 
TION, Moritz Friedrich secretary, office 309 
California, rooms 1 and 2 

AI.AMEDA PERRY, foot Market 

Alameda Mining Co. (Ward Co., Nev.), Frederipk R. 
Bunker secretary, office 600 Montgomery, rooms 
. 2 and 3 

Alameda Rea4 Estate Assn, J. E. Damon manager, 
office 007 Montgomery 

Alarcon Angela Miss, r. 1519 Stockton 

Alarcon Lucy Miss, r. 1519 Stockton 

Alarme Louis (Alarme .<c Peterson), r. 310 Mont Av 

Alarmc & Peterson (Louis Alarme and William Peter- 
son) , hairdressing saloon, 1133 Dupont 

Alaska Coal Co.. J. T. Hoyt secretary, oflice 63 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 

ALASKA COMMERCIAL. CO., John F. Mil- 
ler president, Emanuel Neumann secretary, 
office 310 Sansom 

Alatorre GuillermoZ., barber David N. Dunn, r. 1118 
Kearny 

Alavia Peter, cook Nicholas Antunovich, r. 315 East 

Alban , physician, r. 142 Seventh 

Alban Edwin G.. clerk, r. 142 Seventh 

AL.UANY BREWERY, F. Hagemann & Co., 
proptrs, 71-75 Everett 

Albee Charles, member Underwriters' Fire Patrol, 
SW cor Stevenson and Eckcr 

Albeu Louis, liquor saloon, NE cor Sixth and Ship 

Alberes Francisco, cigarmaker Sanderson & Horn, r. 
5 Vallejo 

Alberg Frank, teamster Nichols & Atwood, r. cor 
Fourth and Berry 

Alberga George B., doorkeeper Pac. Stock Exchange, 
r. 1017 Pacific 

Alberigi Demetrio (Giampaoli & Co.) r. 813 Stockton 

Albers A., carrier S. F. Illustrated Wasp, r. Oakland 

Albers August, oyster and chop house, 50-52 Cal- 
ifornia Market, r. Alameda 

Albers Henry, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 9 Bryant 
Av, rear 

Albers John H., clerk Conklin & Roberts, r. 754 Miss 

Albers Marcus, groceries and liquors, 335 Fourth 

Albers Peter, cook, r. 617 Davis 

Albert Charles, seaman schr H. L. Tieruan, r. 132 
Steuart 

Albert Henry, oysterman, r. 915 Jackson 

Albert James, diver, r. 26 Sacranu'uto 

Albert James E., bellman The Baldwin, r. 952 J4 How 

Albert Joseph, deckhand stm Julia, r. 1020 Kearny 

Albert Joseph, seaman schr Espinosa, Folsom St. 
Wharf 

Albert Lewis (Lewis & Co.) r. 613 Pine 

Albert M. Mme., dressmaker, 1210 Powell 

Albert Peter, apprentice City Iron Works, r. 218 Miss 

Albert T., machinist, r. 1210 Powell 

Albert! F., musician S. F. Musical Pro. Assn 

Alberto Carlo, cook A. Lopresti 

Alberts Henry, seaman stm Newport, Bdwy Wharf 

Albertson Joseph A., physician, office and r. 113 Taylor 



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Albion Brewery, J. H. Burnellfe Bro. proptrs, Ninth 

Av bet F and G, South S. F. 
Albion Mining Co. (Eureka Co., Nevada), D. F. yer- 
denal secretary, office 6 and 7 S. F. Stock Ex- 
change Building 
Albion River Mills, JIacpherson & Wetherbee proptrs, 

office 14 California 
Alborelli Antonio, upholsterer Bernard & Pouzadoux, 

r. .528 Bush, rear 
Albrecht Albert, waiter August 0. Becker, r. 630 Mis- 
sion 
Albrecht August ( Schroder & Albrecht) r. West Oakland 
Albrecht August, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Albrecht August, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Albrecht Edward, tailor, r. Philadelphia House 
Albrecht Frederick, ironworker Pac. Rolling Mill 
Albrecht George, blacksmith Thomas Maier, r. 2315 

Mission 
Albrecht Henry, porter Bachman Bros., r. 814 Union 
Albrecht James, brewer Joseph Albrecht, r. 620 Bran 
Albrecht John, tailor, .528 Bush 
Albrecht -Joseph, proptr Friedrichsburg Brewery, 

^l-(i23 Braunau, r. 620 Braunan 
Albrecht Joseph P., clerk Joseph M. Shotwell, r. 620 

Brannan 
Albrecht Marten, master mariner, r. 119 Jackson 
Albrecht Richard, confectionery and bakery, 109 

Taylor 
Albrecht Rudolph, clerk Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 42 Russ 
Albright Isaac N., advertising agent, r. 765 Market 
Albright John, laborer A. Haas, r. Fillmore bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Albright. See Allbright. 
Alby Charles, r. 125 Second 
Alby Robert R., r. 125 Second 
Alcayaga Jose, foreign groceries, 524 Broadway 
Alden Aldine Miss, domestic 1424 Jackson 
Alden Fruit Preserving Co., A. G. Hawes secretary, 

office 320 Montgomery, room 20 
Alden Joseph, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 
Alden Samuel Jr., r. 4 Bernard 

Alden Samuel B., policeman City Hall, r. 4 Bernard 
Alder Gottlieb, clerk Swiss Hotel, r. 627 Commercial 
Alderman Oscar, r. 841 Clay 
Alderson G.. r. 771 Mission 
Aldred Michael J., boilermaker McAfee Boiler Works, 

r. 228 Second 
Aldred Robert, laborer S. F. Gb8 Light Co., r. 29 

Jessie, rear 
Aldrich Frederick C, nurse Alms House 
Aldrich George A., engineer Soiithern Pac. E. B., r. 8 

Adair 
Aldrich Hiram R., tinsmith, r. 309 Main 
Aldrich L., attorney at law, office 21 and 22 Mont- 
gomery Block, r. 1225 Filbert 
Aldrich Stuart, clerk Stewart, Van Clief & Herrin, r. 

1225 Filbert 
Aldrich Stuart, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 1225 

Filbert 
Aldrich William A., capitalist, office 202Sansom, room 

7, r. Grand Hotel 
ALDRICH WHiLIAM H., merchandise broker, 
204 California, room 10, r. 561 Sycamore, Oakland 
Aldridge Annie (widow), r. 120 Seventh 
Aldridge Catharine (widow), r. 210 Third 
Aldridge Charles M., hairdresser Charles Lanheimer, 

r. 22 Russ 
Aldridge Robert, carpenter, r. 245 Minna 
Aldiik Martin, waiter M. P. Milloglav, r. 138 Fourth 
Alegre Manuel M. (Alegre & Montijo), and corres- 
ponding clerk Wenceslao Loaiza, r. 742 Harrison 
Alegre & Montijo (Manuel M. Alegre and Fernando 

Montijo). translators, office 323 California 
Alegria Gil. Mexican Rifles, armorv 1524 Stockton 
ALEMAXY JOSEPH S. Most Rev., arch- 

bishop of San Francisco, r. 628 California 
Alemeda F., Austrian Benev. See, 71 New Mont 
Aleri M. Mrs., r. 1225 Fillmore 
Alers Augustus, physician, office and r. 10 Ellis 
Alers. See Ahlers 

Alex Joseph F., restaurant. 1413 Stock, r. 644 Natoma 
Alexander Adolph, tailor, r. 905 Market 
Alexander Bertha Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 918 Pa- 
cific, r. 914 Pacific 
Alexander Carrie Miss, r. 1421 Post 
Alexander Catherine Mrs., midwife, r. 522 Folsom 
Alexander Charles, cigars and tobacco, 975 Market, r. 

500 Jessie 
Alexander Charles M., tinware manufacturer, 211 
Fourth, r. 865 Folsom 



Alexander C. M., salesman Whittier, Fuller & Co., r. 
Oakland 

Alexander D. & Co., manufs. cigars and importers to- 
bacco, 222 Battery 

Alexander David (D. Alexander & Co.) r. 1047 Harrison 

Alexander David G., bookkeeper Joseph P. Cantin, r. 
2209 Pine 

Alexander E., captain stm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 

Alexander Edwin C, compositor Morning Call, r. 
1206 Broadway 

Alexander Elizabeth, (widow) , r. 505 Gough 

Alexander Eva, milliner Mme. Funel, r. 625 O'Farrell 

Alexander Flora (widow) , furnished rooms, 519 Jones 

Alexander Frank A., pressman Charles W. Gordon, 
320 Sansom 

Alexander Frederick, varnisher Pacific Improvement 
Co., r. SW cor Gough and Vallejo 

Alexander Geo., clerk Samuel Laventhal, r. 519 Jones 

Alexander George W., student Barnard's Business 
College, r. 845 Broadway, Oakland 

Alexander George Webb (Osborn & Alexander) r. SW 
cor Clay and Scott 

Alexander Goodman, glazier, r. 32 Rausch 

Alexander Harry, clerk W. Cohen & Co. r. 774 Howard 

Alexander Henrietta (widow) , r.625 Geary 

Alexander Henry, tailor, 772 Howard 

ALEXANDER I. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 313 
Sutter 

Alexander Isaac, boot and shoemaker, 404 Pacific, r. 
15 Ohio 

ALEXANDER ISHA)»I E., carpenter and 
builder. 7 Trinity, r. 313 Sutter 

Alexander Jackson, whitener, 122 Geary, r. 210 Third 

Alexander Jacob A., hide broker, office with H. Lip- 
man, 220 Washington, r. 2513 Clay 

Alexander James, wholesale wood. Berry, bet Third 
and Fourth, r. 434 Sixth 

Alexander Jane (widow) , r. 2509 Mission, rear. 

Alexander Jeannette (widow), r. 2417 Sacramento 

Alexander John,r. 209 Leidesdorff 

Alexander John, laborer, r. 302 Beale 

Alexander John, laborer, r. 553 Howard 

Alexander -John, longshoreman, Oregon S. S. Co., 
Folsom-St Wharf 

Alexander John E., bellman The Baldwin, r. 550 
Jessie 

Alexander Joeph, salesman Godchaux Brothers & 
Co., r. 617 Green 

Alexander Joseph D., melter Pacific Beflnery and 
Bullion Exchange, r. 1016 Green 

Alexander Julius, hairdresser Adam Griimn, r. 14 
Turk 

Alexander Leopold, clerk Merchants' Credit Bureau, 
r. 706 Vallejo 

Alexander Leopold, painter and whitener, 353 Third, 
r. 48 Ritch 

Alexander Louis, cigar packer Frederick E. Boger, r. 
338 Hayes 

Alexander Lj-man, ladies' underwear, r. 615 Bush 

Alexander Manuel, shoemaker, r. 1921 Natoma 

Alexander Michael, clerk Bernard Ruppin, r. 706 Val i 

ALEX.\NDER MINING CO. (Nye Co., Nev.), 
Alexander B. Cooper secretary, office 328 Mont- 
gomery, room 4 

Alexander^., waiter C. Zacharias, r. 711 Howard 

Alexander Orlando, commercialbroker, office 214 San- 
som, r. 725 Bush 

Alexander Otto, clerk Bremer & Brother, r. 1047 Har 

Alexander Philip, dry-goods, 2764 Mission 

Alexander R., seaman Pacific Mhil S.,S. Dakota 

Alexander R., waiter, r. .502 Bush 

Alexander B. Mrs., boarding and furnished rooms, 
311 Sutter 

Alexander Reuben F., carpenter newU. S. Appraiser's 
Building, r. E s McClellan bet Courtland Av and 
Lincoln 

Alexander Richard, (Fitzsimmons k Alexander) , r. 49 
Everett 

Alexander Richard, clerk D. Alexander & Co., r. 1047 
Harrison 

Alexander Richard S., ship\\Tight, caulker and spar- 
maker, 15 Drumrn, r. 5.50 Jessie 

Alexander Samuel, tailor, 706 VuUejo 

Alexander Samuel J., collector D. Lundy, r. E s Mc- 
Clellan bet Courtland Av and Lincoln 

Alexander Samuel O. (S. O. Alexander & Co.) r. 125 
O'Farrell 

Alexander S. Cameron, receiving teller Bank of Brit- 
ish Columbia, r. 1709' Stockton 

Alexander Siegfried, salesman Marcus Hart 



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Alexander S. O. & Co. (S. O. Alexander and A.Marcus) , 

wholesale clothinR, 4 Battery 
Alexander T. Mrs., r. 1305^ Larkln 
Alexander Theodore, r. 1113 Stockton * 

Alexander Virt^inia (widow), r. 17 Priest 
Alexander Wallace, bookteeper James A. Kudkln, r. 

1010 Green 
Alexander Walter, clerk Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., r. 

21.5 Tehama 
Alexander William, clerk John H. Sayre, r. 2417 Sac 
Alexander William Rev. D. D., professor Biblical and 
Ecclesiastical History S. F. Theological Semi- 
nary 
Alexauocr William F., painter SW cor Gough and 

Tallejo 
Alexander William H., porter Colman Bros., r. 914 

Pacific 
Alexander William !>., laborer, r. Ocean House road 

nr Tollhouse 
Alexander W. T.. r. 476 Jessie 
Alexandre Ayma, laundryman East Park Laundry, r. 

IfiHl iMipont 
Alferitz Peter J. (Dellepiane & Co.) r. 620 Green ; 
Alfurd Chitrles, packer J. G. Montealegre, r. 10053^ 

Market 
Alfred Charles, fireman S. S. Great Republic, r. 317 

Bryant 
Alfred Isaac, painter, r. SE cor Seventh Av and M, 

South S. F. 
Alfred J. X., clerk, r. 812 Powell 
Alfred J. W., cook Timothy JlcCarthy, r. 132 Sutter 
Alfred William, foreman, r. 3(i4 Minna 
Alfred William, long.slioremau, r. 13 Pacific 
Alfs Frank, clerk J. Seidl, r. 2G9 Clara 
Alfs John (Alfs & Moeller), r. 14 Ash Av 
Alfs William (Nabir, Alfs & Brune), r. Alameda 
Alfs & Moeller (John Alfs and Charles Moeller), 

restaurant, 202 McAllister 
Algefja JIary (widow), r. 13 Virginia 
Algeo James H., teamster, r. 3(!8 Natoma 
Algrr Elizabeth H. (widow), teacher music, r. 428 

Hayes 
Alger Hiram V., boxmaker, r. 946 Folsom 
Algren Charles, baker Brooklyn Hotel, 210 Bush 
Algren John, carpenter, r. 817}^ Jessie 
Alhambra Building, 32.5 Bush 
Alhambra Hill Mining Co. (Silverado, Nev.), Henry 

G. Lautrlcy secretary, office 14 Montgomery Av 
Alhambra Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.), Richard 

WcgciK T secretary, office 414 California 
AL.ISO MILliS (Los Angeles), Deming Palmer & 

Co. proptrs, office 202 and 204 Davis 
Alison Chaiies, wharfinger, Second and Berry St. 

Wharf, r. 804 Third 
Alison Charles M., brassfinisher William T. Garratt, 

r. Montgomery's Hotel 
Alison Rufus B., machinist Risdon 1. and L. Works, 

r. 801 Third 
Alison W. H., oiler Pacific Mail S. S. City of Peking 
Alison. See Allison 
Allan C...r. 36 Clay 
Allan JaniPB, perfumer, r. 726 Bay 
Allan Jane (widow) , r. NW cor Bay and Hyde 
Allan John, rIoik- seal engraver, 408 Bush 
Allan. See Allen 

Allard L. C. Mrs., r. C Bryant Av, rear 
Allardt Gi'orgc F., civil engineer, office 432 Mont- 
gomery, room 1). r. Oakland 
AUardyco Alexander Rev., r. 1026 Lombard 
AUarl JoHciih. tripe, sweetbread, etc., .'55-56 Cali- 
fornia Market, r. cor Twenty-eighth and Dolores 
Alliirl Ia.uIh, fi.sherman, r. 8'.l(i Front 
Allhrigbt John H.. r. 1108 Pierce 
Allbrlght. See Albright 
AUdack JoHc ]ili, t;rociTies. hay, coal, and wood, SW 

<or iMisli and Divisadero 
Alldacli'H Hall, Joseph Alldack proptr, SW cor Bush 

and T)cviKadero 
Alice Daniel, clerk C.V. Oillesple, r. 245 Stevenson 
Allegreltl Gnetnno. Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
AlUgrilfi O. B.. Italian Benev. Soc., 423 Washington 
Allemeiit L. Mnie., Frencli laundry, ii2] Howard 

Allen , lumber merchant, r. 1()31 JIarUet 

Allen A. F., clerk, r. 20.-iO Mission 

Allen Albert J., superintendent stables JIarket St. R. 

R. Co., r. 446 Sixteentu 
Allen Alexand«r. weaver, r. 514 Shotwell 
Allen Alfred, miner, r. VKlf. McAllister 
Allen Alonzo W.. patternmaker Industrial Iron Works, 
r. 761 '<. Howard 



Allen Auguste C, laborer U. S. Appraiser's Store, r. 

1004 Jackson 
Allen Beniamin, bookkeejier. r. 531 Geary 
Allen Bennett G. (Wing & Allen), r. 1711 Eddy 
Allen Bessie Miss, r. 321 Third 
Allen Carrie M. Mrs., r. 115 Oak 
Allen Charles, ironworker Pacific Rolling Mill 
Allen Charles, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill 
Allen Charles, mariner, r. NW cor Main and Bryant 
Allen Charles, master mariner, r. 119 Jackson 
Allen Charles, molder Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works 
Allen Charles C, manufacturer bird cages and wire 

screens, 574 Brannan, r. Thoroiighfare Hotel 
Allen Charles E., conductor Market St. R. R., r. IIU 

Steiner 
ALiLiEJV CHARI4KS R., agent Pittsburg Coal 
Mining Co. and dealer all kinds coal, 120 Beale 
and "22 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Allen Charles W., clerk A. NicoU, r. 830 Howard 
Allen Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey Co., Kev.), J. 

W. Pew secretary, office 310 Pine, room 15 I 
Allen Cornelia J. (widow), dressmaker, r. 118 Tyler 
Allen Creed, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 
Allen David H., office R. T. Carroll & Co., r. 1412 Sac 
Allen D. K., farmer, r. 54 First 
Allen D. M. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 531 Geary 
Allen Edward, tinsmith, r. 760 Mission 
Allen Edward O. H., surgeon Pacific Mail S. S. Gra- 
nada, r. 808 Leavenworth 
Allen Edward T.. manufacturers' agent hardware, 

cutlery, and tireaims, 515 Market, r. 19 Guy PI 
Allen Edwin, waiter Pacific Jlail S. S. City of Sydney 
Allen Elizabeth Miss, assistant matron Protestant 
Orphan Asylum ' 

Allen Elizabeth A. (widow), r. 313 Beale 
Allen Elizabeth S. (widow) , l". 502 Sutter 
Allen Emma Mrs., janitor Clement Grammar School 
Allen Ethan, conductor Market St. R. K., r. 1108 

Steiner 
Allen Eugene, clerk, r. 247 Second 
Allen Eugene A., sawfiler Union Box Factory, r. 109 

Natoma 
Allen F. C, clerk, r. Overland House 
Allen Francis (widow), bakery, 326 Sixteenth 
Allen Frank A., saddler Stone & Hayden, r. 415Ji 

Stevenson 
Allen Frank H., bookkeeper Bowen Brothers, r. 320 

O'Farrell 
Allen Frederick E., brakeman Southern Pac. R. B., r. 

41 South Park 
Allen G. Miss, assistant matron S. F. Protestant 

Orphan Asylum 
Allen George, calker, r. 304 Bryant 
Allen George, carpenter Cal. Planing Mills, r. 15 

Rondel PI 
Allen George, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Allen George, seaman Pacific Mail S. S. Alaska 
Allen George S., bookkeeper N. S. Arnold & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Allen Cieorge W.,' molder Union Iron Works, r. 313 

Beale 
Allen Ge<irge W., packer Folger, Schilling & Co., r. 

17(]S Fillmore 
Allen Harry, candymaker George Haas & Co., r. 711 

California 
Allen Henry, barber, 860 Howard, r. 12 Willow Av 
Allen Henry, boatman, r. Spear, nr Harrison 
Allen Henry C, traveling agent Abrams & Carroll, r. 

501 Post 
Allen Henry F., with Allen & Lewis, r. 31 Essex 
Allen Hermann, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
AIJ^KN H. II., mining, office 318 Pine, rooms 16 

and \\ r. 825 Post 
Allen H. M., r. 321 Eddy 
Allen Hugh, nurseryman and florist, N s McAllister, 

bet Buchanan and Laguna 
Allen Isaac, with Daily Exchange, r. 715 Howard 
Allen Isaac P., t xcliange and bullion clerk Bank of 

California, r. 1010 Bush 
Allen Isaac P., Khi]>cariienter, r. 126 Perry 
Allen Isaac S., r. 1028 Pine 
Allen J., printer, r. Hat kmeier's Hotel 
.\llen Jacob O., proptr Hewitts Hotel, 247 Second 
Allen Janus, carpenter, r. 1155 Folsom 
Allen James, carriage painter, r. N E cor Rausch and 

Folsom 
Allen James, engineer, r. 18 Ridley 
Allen Jjinies, engineer, r. 247 Second 
Allen James, expressman, r. I'.ilS Pacific Av 



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Alleu James, tailor, r. 6 Hunt 

Allen James, varnislier Pac. ImiDrovementCo., r. 1130 

Folsom 
Alien James, E., porter Southern Pac. R. R., r. 11 

Everett 
Allen James G., master schr Alice Kimball, ofiace271 

East 
Allen James M., attorney at law, office 12 Nevada 

Block, r. 530 Tehama 
Allen Janies T.. laborer Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 
Allen J. de W. H., with Allen & Lewis, r. 570 Har 
Allen J. Edward, tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., r. 

760 Mission 
Allen Jeremiah E., boarding and lodging, 20 Folsom 
Allen J. M., surgeon O. & O. S. S. Belgic 
Allen J. Monroe, livery stable keeper, r. 253 Stevenson 
Allen John, cook Pacific Mail S. S. City of Sydney 
Allen John, drayman, r. 1207 Montgomery 
Allen John, draj-manBryden & Hinckley, r. 1 Langton 
Allen John, drayman Wilmerding & Co., r. SE cor 

Howard and Rausch 
Allen John, groceries and liquors, NE cor Rausch 

and Folsom 
Allen John, hardware, 1322 Stockton, r. NW cor First 

Av and Fifteenth 
Allen John, lumberman, r. Quincy House 
Allen John, metal roofer Henry G. Fiske, r. 23i Fourth 
Allen John, musician, r. 321 Third 
Allen John, shoemaker, r. W s Bartlett, nr Twenty- 
sixth 
Allen John, seaman, r. 510 Davis 
Allen John, tailor John Kavauagh, r. 1315 Broadway 
Allen John B., harnessmaker Charles H. Mead, r. 

425 Post 
Allen John G.,phonographer Andrew J. Marsh, r. 911 

Greenwich 
Allen Ji.hn P., r. 711 California 
Allen Joseph, silversmith, r. 926 Folsom 
Allen Julieii, bosmaker Hobbs,Pomeroy & Co., r. 659 

Howard 
Allen Lewis, dairyman Smith Bros., r. N s Russia Av 

bet Mission and San Bruno Road 
Allen Leandro H., clam dealer, 105 California Market, 

r. SE cor Kentucky and Merrimac, Long Bridge 
Allen Lizzie (widow) , r. Revere House 
Allen Lorenzo D., salesman S. R. Church, r. 2313 Cal 
Allen Louis, r. cor Sixth and Shipley 
Allen Lucius H. (Allen & Lewis) r. 570 Harrison 
Allen Lumber S., shipwright, Bryant, bet Fremont 

and Beale, r. 320 Brannan 
Allen Marietta (widow) , r. 1008 Washington 
Allen Mary G. (widow) , dressmaker, 714 Howard 
Allen Miles, labonr Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works, r. 511 Mission 
Allen N., teamster, r. 529 Sacramento 
Allen Nellie, chambermaid The Baldwin 
Allen Newton F., laborer Meacham & Bacon, r. SW 

cor Mission and Fifteenth 
Allen Oliver P., bookkeeper Bank of California, r. 308 

Eighteenth 
Allen Peter, teamster John Schwegerle & Co., r. 549 

Fourth 
Allen P. McDonald, physician stm Belgic, r. 55 Sec 
Allen Reese B., collector Main St. Wharf, r. 445 Bart 
Allen Richard, laborer Maskell & Summerfield, r. 406 

Natoma 
Allen Richard, tinroofer Conlin & Roberts, r, 234 

Fourth 
Allen Richard H., artist, 844 Folsom 
Allen R. K., horseman, r. 225 Biish 
Allen Robert, seaman, r. 823 Battery 
Allen Robert E., printer, r. 808 Leavenworth, rear 
Allen Robert I., foreman Pac. Barrel and Keg Factory, 

r. 611 Seventh 
Allen Rose Miss, r. 321 Third 
Allen Samuel, engineer Black Point Packing House, 

r. NW cor Francisco and Fillmore 
Allen Samuel G., salesman Murphy Grant & Co. 
Allen S. J., collector Frank Barnard -& Co., r. 219 

Mason 
Allen Smith M., barkeeper Conrad Schaffer, r. 1129 

Mission 
Allen Susan (widow), r. 1708 Fillmore 
Allen Susan K. (widow), r. 935 Howard 
AL1L.EN THEODORE H. (Allen & Young) , r. 712 

Greenwich 
Allen Theodore H. jr., clerk W. J. Callingham & Co., 

r. 712 Greenwich 
Allen Thomas, fire patrol, r. 303 Jessie 
Allen Thomas, marble polisher, r. 448 Jessie, rear 



Allen Thomas J., telegraph operator Pacific Mail S. S. 

Co., r. 223 Minna 
Allen Thomas S., shipcarpenter Matthew Turner, r. 

208 Eighteenth 
Allen Thomas W., extraman Hook and Ladder No. 1, 

S. F. F. D., r. 224 Fourth 
Allen Thomas W., fourth officer Pacific Mail S. S. 

City of Tokio 
Allen W A., freight clerk Pacific Mail S. S. Colima 
Allen William, r. 018 California 
Allen William, chief engineer O. &. O. S. S. Belgic 
Allen William, contractor, r. 421 Dupont 
Allen William, night watchman, r. 2213 Pine 
Allen William, sawyer M. &, A. Hansen, r. 14 Natoma 
Alleu William, seaman, r. Great Western House 
Allen William B.. secretary Real Estate Associates, r. 

1010 Powell 
Allen William C, student William H. Allen, r. Oak- 
land 
Alleu William F.. clfrk Junius G. Foster, Cliff House 
AliliEN "WIIiLIA M H., attorney at law, office 34 

Montgomery Block, r. 8G9 Filbert, Oakland 
Alleu William H., mining secretary, office 419 Cali- 
fornia, room 17, r. 1007 O'Farrell 
Allen William K., r. 808 Leavenworth, rear 
AliliEX WIL.L.IAM K., plumber and gasfltter,761 

Market, r. Oakland 
Alleu William T., r. 126 Sixth 
Allen & Lewis (Lucius H.Allen and C. H. Lewis), 

commission merchants, 202 Cal 
AI.I1EX «&VOUNG (Theodore H. Allen and Thomas 

Young) , stevedores, E s Battery, nr Union 
Allen. See Allan 
AliLEiVBERG CHARLES, mining secretary, 

^.office 438 California, r. 309 Hyde 
Allenberg Leopold, assistant bookkeeper Schweitzer, 

Sachs & Co., r. 309 Hyde 
Allender Rhoda (widow) , r. 2602 Sacramento 
Aller John, dairyman Gerig & Bennett, r. NE cor 

Eighteenth and Eureka 
Allery John L., compositor Le Petit Journal, r. 819 

Broadway 
Alley George, driver Central R. R., r. 755 Brannan 
Alley Lee, insurance agent, r. 314 Bush 
Alley Obed F., clerk County Tax Collector, r. 910 

Buchanan 
Alley William H., stevedore, r. N s Greenwich, bet 

Sansom and Montgomery, rear 
Allgern Justus, cook Palace Hotel, r. 24 Everett . 
Ailing William, peddler, r. 10 Hubbard 
Allione Frank (Stathopolis & Allione) , r. 23 Stock PI 
AUione Henry, steward Stathopolis & AlUone, r. 1815 

Stockton 
Allirol August, hairdressing saloon, 706 Pacific 
AUis John M. Rev., pastor Larkin Street Presbyterian 

Church, r. NW cor Broadway aud Larkin 
Allis William, seaman, r. 328 Main 
Allison Charles, laborer Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 
Allison Charles, papermaker, r. 4 Zoe PI 
Allison Charles, second engineer stm Ancon, r. 212 

Seventh 
Allison David E. (D. E. Allison & Co.), r. 807 Cal 
ALIilSON D. E. «&CO., fruit and produce com- 
mission, 309-311 AVashiugton 
Allison Duncan D., foreman Pac. Ice Co., r. 40J^ 

Geary 
Allison Edwin C, boarding and lodging, NW cor 

Francisco and Fillmore 
Allison Frank J., office 119 Montgomery, r. 601 Stock 
Allison James, carpenter, r. 1609 Stevenson 
Allison James, oiler O. & O. S. S. Oceanic 
Allison Jennie L. Miss, r. 2421 California 
Allison John C, compositor Bacon & Co., r. 529 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Allison Thomas, laborer Pacfic Mail S. 8. Co. 
Allison Thomas R., bookkeeper Pac. Ice Co., r. 718 

Batterj- 
Allkire Samuel H., clerk Custom House, r. 1018 Leav 
Allman D. & Co. (William Herbert), coopers, and 

dealers in oil cans, 38 Commercial 
Allman David (D. Allman & Co.) , r. 428 Dore 
Allman George, inspector Custom House, r. 120 Turk 
Allman Honoria Mrs., fruit and vegetables, 87 Ninth 
Allman Myles, laborer Sutter St. R. R.,r. 12 Antonio 
Allman William, waiter City and County Hospital 
AUmayer Mark, extraman Hook and Ladder No. 3, S. 
F. F. D.,r. S 8 Market, bet Tenth and Eleventh 
AUov George, seaman, r. 823 Battery 
AUseitz Ottilie, domestic 300 Fair Oaks 
Allsing Frederick, clerk, r. Overland House 



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AllBopp James P. C, cigars and stationary, 502 Va- 
lencia 
AUsopp. See Alsop and Alsup 
Allsworth William, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Allwell John M., hackman, r. 20y Kearny 
Allwood Henry, -woodcarver, S s Bryant, bet Fifth 

and Sixth, r. W s Sansom, bet Union and Green 
Allworden T. V., laborer Petersen & Lutzen, r. 4 Val- 

lejo PI 
AUyne John W. (Allyne & White) , r. NW cor Green 

and Gough 
ALiIiYXE 6i AVHITE (John W. Allyne and Wil- 
liam H. White), imi^orters and jobbers oils, 

lamps, etc., 112-114 Front, and proptrsPac. Kero- 
sene Works, cor Cheotniit and Taylor 
Almada Frank, seaman, r. W s Sansom, bet Union 

and Green 
Almada John F., fisherman, r. W s Sansom, bet 

Greenwich and Filbert, rear 
Almada Domidila (widow), r. "21 South Park 
Almuden Quicksilver Mining Co. (Santa Clara Co.), 

John F. Mahoney secretary, office 207 San, room 4 
Almoner Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Arizona), John 

D.Graham secretary, office 302 Montgomery, rooms 

14 and 1.5 
ALMS HOUSE, City and County, San Miguel or 

Mission Ocean House road, 4^2 miles from City 

Hall 
Almy Mary (widow), r. 220 O'Farrell 
AL.OJAMIEXTO ESPAXOL " Eobinsou," 810 

Mission 
Aloise J. B., workman U. S. Mint. r. 339 Minna 
Aloncle Julian A., boxmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., 

r. 11 Boalo 
Alonso Jijse, foreman J. Bertz & Co., r. 723 Broadway 
Alpen Henry (Alpen & Traung), r. 1419 Mason 
Alpcn A: Traung (Henry Alpen and Louis Traung), 

UL,'<nts bay and river vessels, 3 Mission 
AliPEliS CIIARLE.S, leader metropolitan band, 

and president Xew Potrero Co., office 703 Mission, 

r. NW cor Buchanan and Ivy Av 
Aljjers Charles W., leader cosmopolitan band, office 

Ma Dupont, r. 1623 Powell, rear 
AlpiTs John, musician, r. 811 Union 
Alpirs John Mrs., midwife, r. 811 Union 
Alpers Peter, laborer, Capit >1 Flouring Mills, r. 524 

Filbert 
Alpha Consolidated Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.), 

William Willis secretary, office 29 Nevada Block 
Alplien M., salesman, r. 1309 Stockton 
Alphonse Jean B., i)rinter F. Korbel & Bros,, r. 28 Zoe 
Alpine Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) , 

A. Provo Kluit secretarj', office 328 Mont, room 24 
Alpine Thomas, fireman stm J. M. Donahue 
Alps Louisa Miss, domestic 222 Grov« 
Alps Silver Mining Co, (Ely District, Nev.) O. D. 

Squire secretary, office 331 Montgomery, room 28 
Alrod Siiuiucl, peddler, r. 430 Natoma, rear 
Alsberg liirtha Miss, milliner Kato Adcock, r. 1009 

Broadway 
Alsberg Sigiuund, r. 1009 Broadway 
AlHcnz Jacob, shoemaker, 801 Geary, r. 1014 Post 
Alsop John S., umbrella and purasol manuf 341 Bush, 

r. iil5 Pine 
Alsop William, painter, r. 28 Minna 
Alsiip. Sec AUsopp 
Alaup James li., bookkeeper Meeker, James & Co., r. 

HDO Van Ness Av 
Alt Bernard, porter D. E. Allison & Co., r. COB Vallejo 
Alt Chrlstolfel, boot anil shoemaker, (lOS Vallejo 
Alt Joseph, siilesinnn Feigenba>im& Co., r. 008 Vallejo 
ALTA CAHFOKN'IA (daily and weekly) Fred- 
erick Mhc Crillish A: Co. jjroptrs, office 529 Cal 
AL.TA CAI.IFOKXIA ALMANAC (annual), 

Froderi(!k .Mac Crillish fi Co. pnijitrs, office 520 Cal 
AI.TA CALIFOKXIA BUILDING, 529 Cal 
Alta California Gold and Silver Mining Co., office 310 

Pine, mum 34 
Alta Silv.r Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.), William H. 

Wntsou se.ntary, office 302 Montgomery, room 5 
Alta Soap Co. (William A. Engwer, Jolm W.Thurman, 

and Samuel Welntraub), manufs all kinds soaps, 

office and factory Oregon, bet Front and Davis 
Altar Gold & Silver Mining Co. (Me.\ico),F. A. McGee 

secretary, office 32 Merchants' Exchange 
AlteniUH Jidin, bakery, 2.'>42 Folsoni 
AlteniuH J. T., clerk A. L. Bancroft jc Co., r. 1029 

McAllister 
AlteniUH William E., clerk Oreenebaum & Co., r. 1029 

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Altenberg F., laborer M. Morganthau, r. 202 Franklin 

Altenberg Peter, r. 220 Grove 

Alteuburg Carl, cook Schroth & Westerfeld, r. 228 
Kearny 

Altendorf J., sawgrinder Pac. Saw Manf. Co., r. 
Oakland 

Altfield Abel, peddler, r. 522 5^ Natoma 

Altliaus John, bartender, r. 15 Auburn 

Altherr Adoljih, baker, r. 121 Fourth 

Althes William, miner, r. 306 Natoma 

Althof Brothers (Theodore and Ernest), Bay oyster 
saloon, 626 Market 

Althof Ernest (Althof Brothers), r. 626 Market 

Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls) . r. Oakland 

Althof Theodore (Althof Brothers), r. 1029 Valencia 

ALTHOF & HAULS (Herman Althof and John F. 
W. Bahls), bookbinders and paper rulers, 329 San 

Althouse Windmill Co., Lewis H. Woodin agent, 
office 13-19 Front 

Altman Frank, seaman, r. 823 Battery 

Altman Jacob, tailor, 1026 Sutter 

Altman Louis, i^ainter, r. 144 Shipley 

Altmanu Carl, machinist Ackerman Bros., r. 635 
Stevenson 

Altmark Louis, boots and shoes, 19 Third, r. 552 Fol 

Altmayer Aaron, r. 1531 Sutter 

Altmayer Abram, merchant, 29-31 Battery, r. 909 
Laguna 

Altmeyer Aaron, stockbroker, office 306 Montgomery, 
r 1531 Sutter 

Alton Frank C, clerk Franklin Dexter, r. 912 Jackson 

Altoonu Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co., Cal.), 
Charles AUenburg secretary, office 438 California 

Altpeter George, brewer Philadelpliia Brewery 

Altreiiiinio J., waiter S. S. Great Kepublic 

Altreuter Emma Mrs., chambermaid luternational 
Hotel 

Altreuter William, steward International Hotel 

Altro Jose, vegetabledealer, r. 6 Margaret PI 

Altschul Charles, exchaugeteller Lazard Freres, r. 
1522 Polk 

Altschul Charles, salesman Altschul, Seller & Co., r. 
502 Bush 

Altschul Leopold (Altschul, Seller & Co.) r. 748 How 

ALTSCHUL, SELLER 6i CO. (Leopold Alts- 
chul, Samuel Seller, and Philip Ansp:icher) whole- 
sale Crocker}-, glassware, etc., 8 Battery 

Altshuler Amelia Miss, teacher music, r. 241 Sixteenth 

Altshuler L., gents' clothing and furnishing goods, 
243 Sixteenth, r. 241 Sixteenth 

Altshuler L. Mrs., millinery, 237 Sixteenth, r. 241 
Sixti^enth 

Altube Bernard, cattle-dealer, r. 1508 Powell 

Altube Pedro, (L. Peres & Co.) r. '23 Oak Grove Av 

Altura Mining Co., Daniel Buck, secretary, office 80 
Nevada Block 

Altvater Francis, clerk A. J. Plate & Co., r. Ss Twen- 
ty. fourth, bet San Jose Av and Guerrero 

Altwater David, laborer, Martcnstein & Deming, r. 
Alameda 

Alvn JI., porter Barrett & Sherwood, r. 1231 Stockton 

Alvarado Antonio, fisherman, r. 896 Front 

ALVARADO J. C. attorney at law. office 126 
Kearny, r. Palace Hotel 

Alvarado Pascuala Mrs., r. 5 Prospect PI 

Alvarado Salt Works (Alvarado, Alameda Co.), Getz 
Bros. & Co. agents, office 301 Front 

Alvarez Ad., with Ygual & Co., r. 113 Virginia 

Alvarez Antonio, waiter stm Newborn, Folsom-St 
Wharf 

Alvarez Dolores S., r. 1313 Dupont 

Alvarez Nicolo, fisherman, NE cor Vallejo and Front 

Alvas John, lirst officer stm Amelia, r. 9 Merchant 

Alveros Mrs., laundress, r. 1318 Dupont 

Alversou C. W. (widow), r. 1230 Mission 

Alves Frederick, teamster George H. Morrison, r. 
NE cor Fillmore and Waller 

Alves Joseph, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 

Alvey Charles W.. stoves and tinware, 535 Pacific, r. 
1813 Stockton 

Alviiie Alviua Mine., clairvoyant, 777 )i Mission 

ALVISO FI..OUR MILLS, Bray Brothers agents, 
offii'e 226 Clay 

Alviso Juan, vuiaiero, r. First Av.,nr Kentucky, South 
S. F. 

Alvord Enimissie lumber surveyor, r. 47 Minna 

Alvord Frank, carpenter, r. 1219 Pacific 

Alvord Henry, route agent U. 8. Hallway Mail Ser- 
vice, r. 504 Washington 

Alvord Henry B., r. 564 Folsom 



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Alvord Mary Mrs., bakery and confectionery, 759 J^ 

Howard 
Alvord Mary J., fancy goods, 1219 Facific 
AliVORD WIL1.IAM, president Pacific Boiling 
Mill Co., office 16 Front, and president Bank of 
California, office NW cor California and Sansom, 
and S. F. Park Commissioner, r. 564 Folsom 
Alvord W. M., weigher Pac. KoUing Mill, r. 364 Min 
Alweins George, billiardtablemaker Pbilip Liesen- 

field 
Alwood A. P., r. 33 Fifth 

Alzamora Charles, confectioner, r. 1050 Howard 
Alzamora J., laborer Pacific Mail S. S. Co., r. 133 Pac 
Amador (branch) K. R., James O. B. Gnnn secretary, 

office NE cor Fourth and Townsend, room 1 
Amador Canal and Mining Co. (Amador Co., Cal.), 

office 318 Pine, room 6 
Amador Consolidated Silver Mining Co, (California), 
J. M. Bnffington secretary, office 309 California, 
room 4 
Amador Gravel Mining Co., office 424 Montgomery 
Amador Lumber Co. (Amador Co., Cal.), office 318 

Pine, room G 
Amador Mining Co. (Arizona) , L. V. B. Howell secre- 
tary, office 3J8 Piue, room 27 
Amande Earnest, cook, r. Fifth Av, Hunter's Point, 

South S. F. 
Amnnu Frank, miner, r. 3 Morey Alley, rear 
Amnrk Frederick, importer Havana cigars and money- 
broker, 518 Battery, r. 408 Twenty-second 
Amarum Moritz, optical goods, etc., 515 Washington 

r. 422 Sixth 
Amau Frank, compositor Le Petit Journal, r. 531 

Vallejo 
Amazon Con Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.), John 

Crockett secretary, office 203 Bush, room 12 
AMAZON INSURANCE CO., Andrew D. Smith 

agent, office 310 California 
Ambler Benjamin, clerk Charles Langley & Co., r. 

1215 Pacific 
Ambler Stephen F., mining, office 411J^ California, 

room 9, r. 638 Green 
Ambold Ch., capitalist, r. 903 Kearny 
Ambroise Julien, liquor saloon, 1031 Dupont 
Ambrose Edward A., actor Baldwin's Theater, r. 5 

Kohler's PI 
Ambrose James (Ambrose & Horan) , r. 540 Birch Av 
Ambrose John, lab irer Andrew Onderdouk 
Ambrose Joseph, laborer Andrew Onderdouk 
Ambrose Thomas, carpenter, r. 771 Mission 
Ambrose William, laborer Andrew Onderdouk 
Ambrose & Horan (James Ambrose and J. J. Horan), 

poultry and game, 78-79 Centre Market 
Ambrosius Joseph, fisherman, r. 1118 Kearny 
Amburst Rich, deckhand stm City of Stockton, Wash- 
ington St.Wharf 
Amfide(5 Morris, cook Mrs. L. Drouilhat, r. 19 Minna 
Amedee Pierre, r. 409 Post 
Amelanly Julius C, liquor agent, r. 32 Fourth 
Amend Charles W., pastemaker Ernest de Prati, r. 

1413 Dupont 
Amendt Eiuil, liquor and billiard saloon, 436 Bush 
American Bakery. William Hessler proptr, 715 Pacific 
AMERICAN CENTRAL INSURANCE CO., 
John Rae Hamilton general agent, office 221 San 
American Commercial Agency, W. C. Quinby presi- 

dent,W. H. Murray secretary, office 414 Clay 
AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH, John 
I. Sabin superintendent, main office 222 Sansom ; 
branch offices 833 Sutter, NE cor Mission and 
Twentieth, NW cor Union and Powell, 211 Kearny, 
965 Mission, cor California and Fillmore, cor 
Hayes and Laguna, cor Fourth and Bluxome, and 
cor Keutuckv and First Av, South S. F. 
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, Thomas 

Bryan proptr, 319-325 Sansom 
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. (Phila- 
delphia) , Jonathan Hunt & Son managers, office 
313 California 
American Flag Mill and Mining Co. (Pioche, Nev.), 
George R. Spinney secretary, office 310 Pine, 
room 44 
American Flat Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.), Charles 

A. Sankey secretary, office 331 Mont, room 20 
American Glass and Powder Works, James B. Fields 
proptr, cor H and Seventh Av, nr Golden Gate 
Park, office 13 Fremont 
American Home Missionary Soc, Rev. James H.War- 
ren superintendent, office 7 Montgomery Av 
American House, Patrick Creighton proptr, 81 Natoma 



American Laundry, Henry Murphy proptr, 517 Miss 
American Lloyds' Register American and foreign 
shipping, Samuel P. Wells agent, office 416 Cal 
American Louisa (widow) , r. 33 Fifth 
American Machine and Model Works, I. A. Heald 

proptr, 514 Commercial 
American Mining Co. (Nev.), Mark E. Sperling sec- 
retary, office 309 California, room 15 
American Mining and Dredging Co., Eugene Moreau 

secretary, office 328 Montgomery, room 20 
American Pipe Co., P. F. Dickinson manager, office 

324 Pine, room 9 
AMERICAN rROTESTANT ASSOCIA- 
TION, John D. Coulie grand secretary, office 213 
Fremont 
AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIA- 
TION HALL, 713 Mission 
American River Dredging and Mining Co., C. E. 

Buckingham secretary, office 320 San, room 10 
American Russian Commercial Co., J. Mora Moss 

president, office 718 Battery 
AMERICAN SAW CO. S. O. Putnam agent, W. 

J. Tucker manager, 12 California 
American Samson, physician, office and r. 1506 How 
American Sewing Machine Co., S. B. Knox manager, 

1216 Market 
American Speaking Telephone Co., John I. Sabin 

suiierintendent, office 222 Sansom 
American Sunday School Union, Rev. Frederick E. 

Shearer agent, 757 Market 
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, Rev. Frederick 

E. Shearer secretary, 757 Market 
Americus Chib Rooms, S W cor Howard and Third 
Ames AlJeu T.. wheelwright Constantino Grosso, r. 

Franklin Hotel 
Ames Benjamin F., teamster Davis & Cowell, r. 541 

Stevenson, rear 
Ames Charles E., printer, r. 541 Stevenson, rear 
Ames Fisher, attorney at law, office 17 old City Hall, 

third floor, r. 1222 Pine 
Ames Frank M., salesman O. Lawton & Co., r. 1039 Mar 
Ames Frederick F., salesman Joseph Fredericks & Co., 

r. 719 California 
Ames George, stencil-platemaker, r. 719 California 
Ames George H., shipiDing clerk, r. 906 Leavenworth 
Ames George S., second assistant engineer Pacific 

Mail S. S. Colima, r. 126 J^ Silver 
.^imes Henry, r. 2108 Jackson 
Ames Henry K., r. 6 Camp 

Ames Henry M. (H. M. Ames & Co.) r. Oakland 
Ames Henry M. Jr. (H. M. Ames & Co.) ,r. 2414 Wash 
Ames Hermann, carpenter, r. 45 Russ 
Ames H. M. & Co. (H. M. Ames Jr.) , wholesale butch- 
ers, office SE cor Clay and Leidesdorff 
Ames Martha Miss, assistant Tyler Street Primary 

School, r. 218 Eddy 
Ames Mary E. (widow), nurse, r. 213 Chattanooga 
Ames Oscar H., carpenter, r. 213 Chattanooga 
Ames Pclham W., secretary Sutro Tunnel Co., office 

320 California, room 8, r. 1312 Taylor 
Amesbury E. W., oiler stm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 
Amette J. Baptiste, barber, r. 275 Stevenson 
Amick Myron J., photographer, r. 204 Bush 
Amick William, stonemason, r. 1118 Kearny, rear 
Amiraux P., mining engineer, r. 114 Vicksburg 
Amish Annie Miss, domestic 314 Hayes 
Ammann Adolph, liquor saloon, 9 Hardie PI, r. 23}^ 

Everett 
Ammel Conrad, teamster, r. 74 Clementina 
Ammerman Charles, messenger melter and refiner's 
department U. S. Mint, r. San Leandro, Alameda 
county 
AMMERUP G. A., paints, oils, varnishes, glass 

and paper hangings, 1220 Market 
Ammon Alfred, confectioner Rothschild & Ehrenp- 

fort, r. Ahlboru House 
Ammon Beruhard Von, merchant, r. 1713 Bush 
Ammonsen J., seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Amore Catello, salt dealer, 121 Oregon, r. 6 Wash 
Amos James, clerk, r. 208 Octavia 
Amos John, janitor Supreme Court, 640 Clay 
Amos John T., millwright, r. 1506 Leavenworth 
Amos Louise (widow) , r. 415 Van Ness Av 
Amos Marg.iret Miss, domestic NW cor Oak and Bu- 
chanan 
Amos Robert C, salesman Peixotto & Silverman, r. 

22 Garden 
Amsbary Susan (widow) , adjuster coiner's depart- 
ment U. S. Mint, r. 921 Market 
Amsden Ernest W., with Doyle & Co., r. 129 Third 



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Amsterdam Board of Underwriters, James De Frem^- 

ery agent, oflace 410 Battery 
Amstutz Henry L. (Graf & Amstutz) , r. 1613 Leav 
Amundsen August, upholsterer, r. 722 Shotwell 
Amy Alfred, seaman, r. 823 Battery 
Amy Gustave L., salesman Hoffman & Co., r. 574 Fol- 

Bom 
Anagnostopoulos Athanasios, barkeeper Samuel !Mar- 

tinovich, r. 8 Sacramento 
Anatomical Museum, Louis J. Jordan proptr, 9 Har- 

diePl 
Anbrun Frederick, metalworker George Hayes & Co. 
Anceco Peter, butcher, r. 1028 Market 
Ancell William, driver Omni us R. E., r. 24 Ritch 
Anchor Line Atlantic Steamers, J. C. Merrill & Co., 

agents, office 204 Calif omia 
Anchor Shirt Factory, Stolz, Weidenreich & Co. 

proptrs, 202 Bush 
Ancon Hotel, John F. Hinrichs proptr, 9-11 Pacific 
. Anda Marie Miss, domestic E. H. Kittredge, X s Fif- 
teenth, bet Noe and Castro 
Andel Frederick, employee Pioneer Malt House, r. 

2106 Stockton 
Ander Charles, seaman, r. 2.38 Steuart 
Anderau Joseph, sausage factory, 400)4 Geary, r. 1517 

Leavenworth 
Anderfuren Charles A., patternmaker William T. 

Garratt, r. 208 Nineteenth 
Anderfuren John, tailor, r. 208 Nineteenth 
Anderfuren William J., patternmaker William T. 

Garratt, r. 208 Nineteenth 
Anderlund Herman, carpenter M. & A. Hansen, r. 535 

Howard, rear 
Anders A. A., boxmakor Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., r. 114 

Perry 
Anders Paul, baker, r. 609 Jackson 
Andersen Albert. Danish Soc, 730 Market 
Andersen Andrew, longshoreman, r. 426 Folsom 
Andersen Charles, engineer, r. 10 Berry 
Andersen Charles, mate stm Hope, Green St.Wharf 
Andersen Charles, seaman, r. U Pacific 
Andersen Charles, seaman barU Marmion, r. 8 Jack 
Andersen Christian, laborer, r. Ss Lombard, nr Mont- 
gomery, rear 
Andersen Eva S. Miss, assistant Market Street Primary 

School, r. 8 Essex 
Andersen G., farmer, r. 428 Drumm 
Andersen Heinrich, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Andersen Henry, seaman schr H. L. Tiernan, r. 17 Pa- 
cific 
Andersen James, seaman, r. 140 Folsom 
Andersen John, baker, r. 009 Jackson 
Andersen John, masterschr Little River, r. 523}^ Bran 
Andersen John, mate stm George Harley, Second St. 

Whsrf 
Andersen John, seaman, r. 4 Jackson 
Andersen John, seaman, r. 428 Drumm 
Andersen John, seaman, r. 531 East 
Andersen John, Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny 

and Morton 
Andersen Julius, salesman, r. 523)^ Brannan 
Anderpen Lars C., shoemaker G. Hartman, r. 1918 

Pacific Av. 
Andersen L. C. Mrs., midwife, r. 1918 P.acific Av 
Andersen Martin, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. NW 

cor Brjant and Eighth 
Andersen Martin, tanner Fnncke& Co.,r. 37 Converse 
Andersen Mary, domestic 739 Ellis 
Andersen Nels, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Andersen Nis, clgarmaker, 522 M Sixth 
And< rsen Otto, mariner, r. 10 Berrv 
Andersen Peter, laborer, r. 5 Newell 
Andersen Peter, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 
Andersen Peter M., captain tug Joseph H. Redmond, 

office 100 Steuart, r. 337 Bryant 
Andersen Rasmussen, laborer, r. NE cor Vallejo and 

Front 
Anderson A., master mariner, r. 126 Capp 
Anderson A. Miss, student Barnard's Business Col- 
lege 
Andernon A., Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny and 

Morton 
Anderson Abram, cabinetmaker, r. N 8 Market bet 

Fifteenth and Slxt«enth 
Anderson A. C, r. '.'J.') Bush 
Anderson A. G., seaman, r. 117 Dnunm 
Andrrsnn Albert G., gilder Louis Dampf, r. 5512!< 

Mission 
Anderson Albert P., salesman Palmer Bros., r. 734 

Market 



Anderson Alexander, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Anderson Alexis P., color miser Imperishable Paint 

Co., r. 227 Second 
Anderson Alfred, steward stm Sonoma, Jackson St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Andrew, boarding, 250 Sjjear 
Anderson Andrew, bootmaker Rudolph Paulson, r. 

138 Clara 
Anderson Andrew, butcher, r. 720 Mission 
Anderson Andrew, cabinetmaker E. K. Howes & Co., 

r. 721 Broadway 
Anderson Andrew, cigarmaker, r. 10 M Louisa 
Anderson Andrew, fireman stm Oakland, Oakland 

Ferry, r. Oakland 
Anderson Andrew P., flour packer, r. 504 Vallejo 
Anderson Andrew, liquor saloon, 212 Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 217 Broadway 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 506 Davis 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. Steuart Street House 
Anderson Andrew, seaman barkentine Grace Roberts, 

Hathaway's Wharf 
Anderson Andrew, seaman stm Gipsey, Broadway 

Wharf 
Anderson Anthony C. (Anderson & Co.), r. NW cor 

Twenty-ninth and Sanchez 
Anderson Andrew, shoemaker Rosenthal, Feder & Co., 

r. 505 Union 
Anderson Andrew, teamster, r. 1314 Polk 
Anderson Andrew, waiter S. F. Grading and Macad- 
amizing Co., Long Bridge 
Anderson Andrew H., tailor, r. 8 August Alley 
Anderson Andrew N., cooper Reuben Norton, r. 49 

Clementina 
Anderson Andrew P., flour packer Martenstein & 

Deming, r. .504 Vallejo 
Anderson Andro, fisherman, r. 102 Jackson 
Anderson Anna B. Mrs., assistant Lincoln Grammar 

School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson Annie (widow), r. 338 Bryant, rear 
Anderson Anthony, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Anderson Anthony Carinus, machinist, r. cor Twenty- 
ninth and Sanchez 
Anderson Antone, stableman City Cab and Transfer 

Co, r. 174 Jessie 
Anderson .\ugust, cook Michael B. Moraghan 
Anderson August, stevedore A. C. Freese, r. 326 Main 
Anderson Augustus, laborer Pac. Oil and Lead Works 
Anderson Axel, porter Getz Brothers & Co, r. 266 

Minna 
Anderson Bennett, deckhand stm Capitol, Oakland 

Ferry, r. 415 East 
Anderson Benjamin F., waiter Palace Hotel, r. 140 

Minna 
Anderson Berts, seaman, r. NE cor Howard and Spear 
.\nderson C, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Anderson C. Mrs., iirivate school, 29 Turk 
Anderson C. A. Mrs., r. 213 Jackson 
Anderson Carlson, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson Catharine (widow), proprietress Ocean 

House, 103 Clark 
Anderson Charles, r. 19 Commercial 
Anderson Charles, clerk What Cheer House 
Anderson Charles, engineer, r. 8 Berry 
Anderson Charles, fireman, r. 433 Hinckley 
Anderson Charles, laborer Merchants' Dry Dock 
Anderson Charles, laborer William Hall, r. bet Mis- 
sion and San Jose Road, opi) Six-Mile House 
Anderson Charles, lumberman, r. 32 Tehama 
Anderson Charles, painter, r. 807 Geary 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 17 Fourth 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. "238 Steuart 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 823 Battery 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson Charles, seaman stm San Vicente, Broad- 
way Wharf 
Anderson Charles, tanner A. B. Patrick & Co., r. SW 

cor Eighteenth and Folsom 
Anderson Charles, waiter L. H. Lyons, r. 625 Clay 
Anderson Charles, waiter Palace Hotel 
.Anderson Charles A., carpenter, r. 22 Isis 
Anderson Charles A., liquor saloon, 209 Jackson, r. 

266 Minna 
Anderson Charles £., clerk Hill & Kilgour, r. C02 

Buchanan 
Anderson Charles J., cigarmaker MajTisch Brothers 

& Co., r. 748 Harrison 
Anderson Charles J., tailor, r. 3 Gcrke Alley 
Anderson Charles P., lumberman Pope & Talbot, r. 4 

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Anderson Charles R., clerk William Drury, r. 8 August 

AUey 
Anderson Charles V., Lumberman's Pro. Union, 71 

New MontKoniery 
Anderson Christian, tanner Anton Krieg, r. San Bruno 

Road, near Twenty-seventh 
Anderson Christian, watchman, r. Montgomery's 

Hotel 
Anderson Christina Mrs., cigarmaker Holling Bros., 

r. 19 Carolina 
Anderson Christopher, night watchman, r. 327 Bryant 
Anderson Conrad, cook, r. 1111 Kearny 
Anderson D. C. r. 534 Bush 

Anderson Edward, laborer freight department Cen- 
tral Pac. R. R 
Anderson Edward A., watchman, r. IJi Lilaerty 
Anderson Edward R., checking clerk Oakland ferry, 

r. 546 Minna 
Anderson E. J., journalist S. F. Chronicle, r. Ingle- 
wood HouBe 
Anderson Elizabeth (widow) , r. SE cor Solano and 

De Haro 
Anderson E. M., tailor, r. 440 Bush 
Anderson Ernest E., tailor L. Kelley, r. 446 Minna 
Anderson Frances (widow) , r. 534 Pine 
Anderson Frank, deckhand tug Lookout, Howard St. 

Wharf 
.\nderson Frank, waiter The Baldwin, r. 309 Tehama 
Anderson Frank H., clerk French & Young, r. 409 Fol- 

som 
Anderson Frank Palmer, market inspector, r. 411 

Hayes 
Anderson Frederick, (Edward Hayes & Co.), r. Filbert 

nr Fillmore 
Anderson Frederick, cabinetmaker, r. E s San Bruno 

Road, nr Fifteenth Av 
Anderson Frederick, oysterman, r. 10 Berry 
Anderson Frederick, picture franiemaker, r. 1901 Hyde 
Anderson Frederick, quartermaster S. S. Great Repub- 
lic, r. 32 Frederick 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 102 Jackson 
Anderson Frederick, second officer S. S. Alexander, r. 

503 Folsom 
Anderson Frederick, teamster, r. 219 Hayes 
Anderson Fritz, carpenter, r. 18 First 
Anderson Gabriel, laborer Empire House, 636 Com 
Anderson George, r. 441 Clementina 
Anderson George, r. Clipper Hotel 
Anderson George, cook, r. 17 Tehama 
Anderson George, cook S. S. Great Republic 
Anderson George, cook schr Nellie Carter, Green St. 

"Wharf 
Anderson George, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. NW 

cor Eighth and Bryant 
Anderson George, printer, r. 425 Kearny 
Anderson George, seaman, r. 13 Steuart 
Anderson George, seaman schr Fannie, Green St. 

Wharf 
Anderson George A., policeman City Hall, r.l41 Fifth 
Anderson George J., carpenter, r. 323 Oak 
Anderson George L.. 2d lieutenant 4th Ariillery, TJ. 

S. A., and post adjutant Presidio Reservation 
Anderson George W. (G. W. Anderson & Co.), r. Oak- 
land 
Anderson G. H., Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kejimy 

and Morton 
Anderson Gustave, cook, r. 1211 Union 
Anderson Gustave, seaman, r. 415 Ea-st 
Anderson Gustavus, deckhand stm Bay City, Alameda 

Ferry 
Anderson G. W. & Co., Oakland and S. F. Express, 

office 331 East 
Anderson H., laborer Pac. Rolling Mill 
Anderson Hannah, domestic 117 Capp 
Anderson Hans, peddler, r. 34 Austin 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r.206 Steuart 
Anderson Harold merchant, r. 1423 California, rear 
Anderson Henry, barkeeper Charles ^fortner, r. 33 

Jessie 
Anderson Henry, deckhand stmr Amador 
Anderson Henry, mining, r. 706 Taylor 
Anderson Henry, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Anderson Henry A., pressman, r. 802 Jackson 
Anderson Henry C, oyster saloon, 41 and42 Grand 

Western Market, r. 34 Austin 
Anderson Henry W., woodcarver, r. 347 Brannan 
Anderson Hilda, milliner, 216 Stockton 
Anderson Huah, photographic gallery, 506 Valencia, 

r. 129 Diamond 
Anderson Isaac, carpenter, r. 503 Folsom 



Anderson Isaac, porter E. Martin & Co., r. Brooklyn 
Anderson I. W., deckhand stm Onward, Jackson St. 

Wharf 
Anderson J., baker Pacific Mail S. S. Ciiy of Sydney 
Anderson J., seaman stm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 
Anderson Jacob, bedmaker Sailors' Home, cor Harri- 
son and Main 
Anderson James, r. W s Sansome, nr Union 
Anderson James, driver Omnibus R. R., r. Minna, nr 

Fourth 
Anderson James, laborer Golden Gate Park 
Anderson James, laborer Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 
Anderson James, magazinekeeijer John Skinker, r. E s 

Tennesee, nr Sierra 
Anderson James, nurse City and County Hospital 
Anderson James, sash and blindmaker, r. 41 Clem 
Anderson James, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Anderson James, seaman, r. 506 Davis 
Anderson James Mrs., r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson James A., bootfitter Porter, Oppenheimer & 

Slessinger, r. '417 Greenwich 
Anderson James H., bookkeeper Samuel H. Harmon, 

r. 532 Shotwell 
Anderson James W., principal Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson Jane (widow) , r. 417 Greenwich 
Anderson J. D., driver United Carriage Co.,r. 32 Sec 
Anderson J. H., salesman A. Bibby, r. 3 Kearny 
Anderson J. O., seaman, r. 12 Jackson " 

Anderson John (Anderson & Co.), r. NW cor Sanchez 

and Twenty-ninth 
Anderson John, r. 7 August Alley 

Anderson John, bedmaker Sailors' Home, cor Harri- 
son and Main 
Anderson John, capitslist, r. The Baldwin. 
Anderson John, captain schr Elvina, r. 12 J^ Sherman 
Anderson John, carpenter, r. 102 Jackson 
Anderson John, carpenter City R. P.., r. 1458 Minna 
Anderson John, carriagemaker E. Falkingham, r. SE 

cor Folsom and Twentieth 
Anderson John, coachman 1C2G Jackson 
Anderson John, conductor Market St. R. R.,r. 514 Va- 
lencia 
Anderson John, cook, r. 115 First 
Anderson John, boxmaker, r. 32 Everett, rear 
Anderson John, driver Massey & Yung, r. 46 Everett 
Anderson John, expressman, r. 1745 Market 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 319 Harrison 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 409 Pacific 
Anderson John, laborer Jackson St. Wharf, r. 1003^ 

Jackson 
Anderson John, liquor dealer, r, 209 Jackson 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. 705 Howard 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. 102 Jackson 
Anderson John, master mariner, r. 327 Beale 
Anderson John, printer M. Schmidt & Co.,r. 255 Clem 
Anderson John, sawyer Pacific Furniture Co., r. 1312 

Broderick 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 17 Pacific 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Anderson John, Seaman, r. 274 Clementina 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 327 Beale 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 510 Davis 
Anderson John, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson John, seaman, r. Western House 
Anderson John, shipcarpenter Mathew Turner 
Anderson John, tailor, r. 655 Washington 
Anderson John, waiter, r. 415 East 
Anderson John, wireworker, r. 823 Battery 
Anderson John A., Silverman Palace Hotel 
Anderson John F., pastor Zion A. M. E. Church. 

r. 11 Scott PI 
Anderson John Mrs. (widow) , r. 38 McAllister 
Anderson John Martin, teamster J. & F. Kesseler, r. 

624 Brannan 
Anderson John W., tailor, r. 410 Vallejo 
Anderson Joseph, longshoreman G. H. Whitney, Pier 

10 Steuart 
Anderson Joseph D., stationery, 120 Fourth 
Anderson Joseph E., r. 1518 Mission 
Anderson Josephine, domestic 1714 Van Ness Av 
Anderson J. P., painter, r. Montgomery's Hotel 
Anderson Kittie Miss, actress, r. 932 Clay 
Anderson Kittie Florence Miss, dressmaker, r. 103 

Clark 
Anderson Lars, cabinetmaker Herman Granz, r. 607 

Third 
Anderson Lars, seaman, r. 26 Sacramento 
Anderson Lawrence, r. 4 Haggin 
Anderson L. C, r. 1916 }<■ Pacific 



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Anderson Lewis, peddler. r. 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Lewis Jr., blacksmith, r. 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Lizzie Miss, domestic 602 Capp 
Anderson Louis, r. 101 Minna 
Anderson Louis, cabinetmaker, r. 607 Third 
Anderson Louis, driver Zadock W. Moore, r. 136 

Rose Av 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r. NE cor Howard and Spear 
Anderson Louis, seaman schr Nellie Carter, Green St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Louis, stevedore A. C. Freese 
Anderson L, Pet (widow) . siiirit medium, office and r. 

906 Market 
Anderson Maggie, domestic 522 Capp 
Anderson Maria Miss, domestic Marlborough, House, 

252 Second 
Anderson, Maria T. Miss, dressmaker, r. 1832 Market 
Anderson Marequita (widow;, r. 6 Hinckley 
Anderson Martin, r. 5 Minna 
Anderson Martin, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

NW cor Eighth and Bryant 
Anderson Mary, domestic 1626 Jackson 
Anderson Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 120 Ellis 
Anderson Mary Miss, r. 720 Mission 
Anderson Mary (widow), r. 1 Moulton PI 
Anderson Mary (widow) , r. W s Sansom nr Union 
Anderson Mary Mre. r. 11 Bagley PI 
Anderson Matilda, domestic (irand Hotel 
Anderson Matthew A., teacher music, r. 15 Guerrero 
Anderson Minerva Mrs., nurse, r. HOii Kearny 
Anderson M. N., r. 603 Third 
Anderson N., secretary Cal. Transportation Co., office 

NW cor Ja.-kson and East, r. 10 Oak Grove Av 
Anderson N. D., r. 000 Bush 
Anderson Neals, waiter, (>20 Folsom 
Anderson Nelson, r. 5 Washington 
Anderson Nettie H. Miss, assistant Spring Yalley Pri- 
mary Sfhool, r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson Nicholas, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 658 Miss 
Anderson N. P., seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Oliver, tanner, r. Railroad Av.,nr Thirty- 
fourth Av., South S. F. 
Anderson O. M., nurse City and County Hospital • 
Anderson Orlando, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Anderson Otis, r. 351 Minna 
Anderson Oulif, seaman, r. 117 Drumm 
Anderson Peter, clerk John H. Kessing, r. 1326 Kear 
Auderson Peter, cook Edward Schuur, r. 625 Pacific 
Anderson Peter, cooper, r. 563 Mission 
Anderson Peter, dyer, S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. 8 Vandewater, rear. 
Anderson Peter, fireman, stm Reform, r. 1 Francisco 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. 521 Pacific 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r, 13 Steuart 
Anderson Peter, .seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson Peter, seaman bark Don Nicholas, foot of 

Beale 
Anderson Peter, seaman scow Camille, Folsom St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Peter C, coachman P. Donahue, 454 Bryant 
Anderson Peter N., cooper, r. 46 Spear 
AndiTson Petor W. Mrs. (widow), r. 513 Taylor 
AndiTBon R. K., carpenter W. B. Anderson, r. 10 Ve- 

roua PI 
Anderson Robert, r. 225 Bush 
Anderson Robert, carpeDtor, r. 1608 Jones 
Ander.'<on Robert H., carpenter J. V. Lawrence 
Anderson Rolx^rt W., chief officer stm Gussie Telfair 

r. 2C2'.i )< Harrison 
Anderson Rollin C, toys and stationery, 408 Third 
Anderson Haniucl, clerk, r. 2«1 Stevenson 
Auderson Haniuel, seaman, r. Sailors' Homo 
Anderson San Lule Miss, teacher, r. 1222 Leav 
Anderson Sophia Miss, silkworker Cal. Silk Manufac- 
turing Co., r. Eleventh Av.ur Railroad Av, South 
8. F. 
Anderson Stewart, clerk, r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson T.. (luartermaster S. 3. Great Republic 
Auder.Mon 'I'heoilorc, mosseuger stm Ancon, Broadway 

Wharf 
Anderson Theodore, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Anderson Theodore R., cook Maine Restaurant, r. 819 

Howard 
Anderson Thomas, assistant engineer stm Oakland, 

Oakland Ferry, r. Oakland 
Anderson Th<iinas, coal dealer, 16 Drumm, r. 410 Eddy 
Anderson T. K., yardmaster Southern Pac. R. R., r. 
'2032 Mission 



Anderson Tufve, foremen Carmen Island Salt Works, 

r. 34^ Zoe 
Anderson T. Walter, bookkeeper Frank Barnard & 

Co., r. San Rafael 
Anderson W., shipcarpenter Matthew Turner 
Anderson Walter G., bookkeeper Thomas Anderson, 

r. 410 Eddy 
Anderson William, broommaker Harrison & Dickson. 

r. NE cor Third and Minna 
Anderson William, captain schr Three Brothers, office 

Pier 7, Steuart 
Anderson William, engineer, r. 41 Clementina 
Anderson William, engineer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 

W 6 Indiana, nr Sierra 
Anderson William, expressman, r. Harrison, bet Main 

and Beale 
Anderson -William, molder Union Iron Works, r. 419 

Folsom 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 32(5 Main 
Anderson William B. (W. S. Ray & Co.), r. 2631 How 
Auderson William B., carriageiuaker, 2 Tyler, r. 10 

Verona PI 
Anderson William F., attorney at law, office 18 S. F. 

Stock Exchange Building, r. 025 Third 
Anderson William N.. vice-prtsident Mutual Ice Co., 

r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Anderson William H., calker, r, 409 Folsom 
Anderson William H., engineer Hiram Clifford, r. 

Silver .\v bet Mission and San Bruno Road 
Anderson William H., hostler P. A. Finnigan, r. 1109 

Jones 
Anderson Zacharias, mariner, r. 10 Berry 
Anderson & Co. (John and Anthony C. Anderson) 

groceries aud liquors, NW cor Sanchez and 

Twenty-ninth 
Anderson & Danielson (Harold Anderson and Peter 

Dauielson), whiteners, 637 California 
Anderson k Irving (Samuel Irving) , gents' furnishing 

goods, 21'.t Montgomery 
ANUERSON 6i R.A.XDOL.PH (William C. Ran- 
dolph), watches, jewelry, diamonds, etc., 101 and 

103 Montgomery 
Anderton Frederick C, tanner, r. Fifteenth Av bet P 

and Q, Souths. F. 
Andes Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) . Michael 

Landers s^'oretary, office 2 Nevada Block 
Andlauer Jacques, carpenter, r. 229 Tenth 
Andlauer Victor, employee John Mallon, r. 229 

Tenth 
Andoe William A., secretarv Hanover Con. Mining 

Co., office 327 Pine.r. 1410 Taylor 
Audornetti Celestin, compositor Courrierde San Fran- 
cisco, r. 18, M Lafayette PI 
Andornetti Paul, paper carrier, r. 18)^ Lafayette PI 
Andrade Albert, r. 656 Folsom 
Andrade Antonio, with E. J. & J. H. Moore, r. 438 

Green 
Andrade C. K., sawmaker Pac. Saw Manufacturing Co., 

r. 130S Montgomery 
Andrade Edward, bookkeeper, r. 656 Folsom 
Andrade Evaristo, mail clerk S. S. Newburn, r. 10 Au- 
burn 
Andrade Guillermo, capitalist, r. 656 Folsom 
Andrade Guillermo C, clerk Wenceslas Loaiza, r. 056 

Folsom 
Andrade Seferino, shoemaker, r. 11173^- Kearny 
Andrade Silvestre. agent, r. 440 Green 
Andre Alexander (Andre & Fqure), r. 724 Filbert 
Andre John Lewis, porter Pac. Refinery aud Bullion 

Exchange, r. 416 Montgomery 
Andre & Faure (Alexander Andre and Hippolite 

Faure), laundry. 724 Filbert 
ANDRE.VXI G. «.Si CO. (John Cook) restaurant, 

533 Washington 
Andreani Giuseppe (Q. Andreani & Co.), r. 420 Jack- 
son 
Andreani Rocco. fisherman, r. 896 Front 
Andreas John G.. machinist Golden State & Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 18 First 
Audni Peter, fisherman, r. 894 Front 
Andrei Robert, bookkeeper St. Ann's Rest, r. 331 

Kearny 
Andreoli Marcellino, frescopainter, r. 627 Broadway 
.Xndres Christian, musician, r. 345 Jessie 
Andres John P. Clerk A. M. Simpson & Brother, office 

1 Howard, r. 132 Clara 
Andres Mary, matron S. F. Lying-in Hospital and 

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Andresen Bros. (John G. and Christian), carriage and 

wagonmakers, GOT Battery 
Andresen Christian (Andresen Bros.), r. Oakland 
Andresen E. Miss, seamstress Levi Strauss k Co., r. 

720 Mission 
Andresen H., Journeymen Shipwrights' Asen, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Andresen John G. (Andresen Bros.) , r. Oakland 
Andresen Nicholas, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Andresen Peter, merchant tailor, 103 Montgomery 
Andressen Henry P., carpenter, r. 1007 Folsom 
Andressen Peter, cellarman J. Gundlach & Co., r. 5 

Newell 
Andrew Carrie E. Miss, hairdresser. 251 Third 
Andrew George, builder George B. Andrew, r. S s 

Filbert, ur Van Ness Av 
Andrew George B., builder, r. S s Filbert, ur Yan 

Ness Av 
Andrew Hannah Miss, bakery, 1332 Pacific 
Andrew James, painter, r. 533 Stevenson 
Andrew John, bookkeeper Gower & Gilman, r. 

Oakland 
Andrew Reginald J., builder George B. Andrew, r. 

S 8 Filbert, nr Van Ness Av 
Andrew William, nurseryman Henry Stewart, r. 2005 
Geary 

Andrews , r. 29 Dupont 

Andrews Abraham, watches, diamonds, and jewelry, 

221 Montgomery, r. The Baldwin 
Andrews Albert, boxmaker, r. 114 Perry 
Andrews Alexander, engineer Odd Fellows' Cemetery, 
r. E b' Johnson Av, bet Point Lobos Av and St. 
Rose 
Andrews Alfred, cook, r. 510 Broadway 
Andrews Amador, express messenger Wells, Fargo & 

Co., r. 120 Ellis 
Andrews Amasa B, inspector Custom House, r. 

Alameda 
Andrews Andrew, decktiand stm Centennial, Wash- 
ington St. Wharf 
Andrews C, steward, r. 327 Montgomery Av 
Andrews Catherine, domestic 1527 Sutter 
Andrews Charles, driver John Shepston, r. SW cor 

Twenty-sixth and San Jose Av 
Andrews Charles, weaver S. F. Pioneer W'oolen Fac- 
tory, Black Point 
Andrews Charles, woodturner, r. 841 Mission 
Andrewc Charles S., law student and secretary Cal- 
pella Gravel Mining Co., office 417 Kearny, r. 424 
Minna 
Andrews Edward, waiter Pacific Mail S. S. Granada 
Andrews Edwin O., cabinetmaker Josexsh T. Terry & 

Co., r. 612 Mission 
Andrews Ellen (widow) , r. 1208 Pacific 
Andrews Frank P., conductor Market St. R. E., r. 1108 

Steiner 
Andrews Frederick G., painter, r. First Street House 
Andrews Frederick J., malster, r. 43ii Brannan 
Andrews George, painter Frost & Richards, r. 309 Fre- 
mont 
Andrews George, shoemaker, r. Green Tree House 
Andrews H. Mrs., proprietress Occidental Lodgings, 

536 Market 
Andrews Harrj', secretary Real Estate Landlord and 
Tenants' Pro, Assn, office 234 Montgomery, room 
8, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Henry H., captain stm Petaluma, Saucelito 

Ferry, r. Saucelito 
Andrews H. O., merchant, r. The Baldwin 
Andrews Hugh, mariner, r. 43 Vallejo 
Andrews James, clerk Occidental Lodgings, 536 Markt 
Andrews James, painter Sandford M. Hills, r. 1014 J<j 

Washington, rear 
Andrews James, waiter, r. 506 Davis 
Andrews Jane Miss, cook 1422 Hyde 
Andrews J. D. Mrs., r. 105 Stockton 
Andrews Jeremiah, engineer stm Emma, r. Napa City 
Andrews John, r. The Baldwin 
Andrews John, night clerk Occidental Lodgings, 

536 Market 
Andrews John, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 
Andrews John, ship steward, r. 3 Broadway 
Andrews John P., bookkeeper, r. 130 Clara 
Andrews Joseph, boilermaker Southern Pac.R. R.Co., 

r. 26 Capp 
Andrews Letitia M., carpetsewer Hartshorn & Mc- 

Phun, r. 923 (^ Harrison 
Andrews Mattie Miss, tailoress, r. 2G Capp 
Andrews Mining Co. (Storey Co. Nevada), D.L.Thomas 
secretary, office 203 Bush, room 12 



Andrews O., teamster, r. 351 Minna 
Andrews Oliver, wholesale pork butcher Fifth Av 
bet K and L, r. NW cor Seventh Av and L, South 
S. F. 
Andrews Otis, compositor Holloway & Briggs, r. 419 

O'Farrell 
Andrews Peter, clerk, r. 132 Clara 
Andrews Porter, r. 28 O'Farrell 
Andrews Reuben, captain, r. 1135 Folsom 
Andrews Richard, stevedore, r. N s Niagara Av.nr 

Mission, West End 
Andrews Robert F., r. Parker Av, nr Point Lobos Av 
Andrews Susan (widow) , tailoress, r. 26 Capp 
Andrews Thomas, stage carpenter California Theatre, 

r. 1208 Pacific 
Andrews Vena Miss, tailoress, r. 26 Capp 
Andrews William, gardener Henry Stewart, r. SW cor 

Geary and Devisadero 
Andrews William, mine owner, r. 1410 Taylor 
Andrews William, stonecutter, r. 523 Sixth 
Andrews William, whitener, 923 ij Harrison 
Andrews William Jr., secretary The Pacific Land and 

Trust Co., oflace 513 California, r. 734 Grove 
Andrews William A., porter W. & I. Steinhart & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Andrews William J., milk dairy, N s Niagara Av, nr 

Mission, West End 
Andrews W. M., surveyor, r. 22 Geary 
Andronette G. B., caiver, r. 818 Sansome 
ANDROS MILiTON, attorney at law, office 224 

Sansom, r. 3Ul Van Ness Av 
ANDROSS M. C, miner, r. Blundell House 
Andross P. H., clerk U. S. Mint, r. 28 O'Farrell 
Andrus J. B., California St. R. E., office SE cor Lar- 

kin and California, r. 314 Biish 
Andrus John, waiter, r. 982}^ Harrison 
Andrus Thomas J., printer, r. 1609 Mason 
Andruss George H., with Tallant & Co., r. 1313 Val- 
lejo 
Andrzejowsky J. W. Mrs. (widow) , r. 702 Bush 
ANDURAN C. «fe CO. (C. Carpy and P. Van 
Bever), importers and jobbers foreign and Cali- 
fornia wines and liquors, and proptrs Uncle Sam 
Wine Cellars, distillery and wine vinegar factory, 
Najja City, office 517 Sacramento 
Anduran Charles (C. Anduran & Co.), r. 738 Pacific 
Aufibalo A., labortr. r. 818 Sansome 
ANGEI. & COCHRAN (A. E. Angel and John T. 
Cochran), commission Calif ornla and Oregon pro- 
duce, 204 Clay. 
Angel A. E. (Angel & Cochran) , r. Alameda 
Angel George, waiter Simon Hoti'mauu 
Angel Henry, policeman City Hall, r. 1044 Howard 
Angel M. B., farmer, r. 1 Ewer PI 
Angel Myron, journalist, r. 623 Fell 
Angel Texas, attorney at law, office 302 Montgomery, 

room 30, r. Alameda 
Angeli Joseph, merchant, r. 40 Tehama 
Angelina B. Mme., lace cap factory, 419 J^ Stockton 
Angelis Augustus, tinsmith Martin Prag, r. 1333 

Natoma 
Angelis Frank, harnessmaker , r. 553 Mission 
Angelis Theodore, teacher music, r. 1623 Powell, rear 
Angelius Charles, clerk, r. 756 Howard 
Angelius Diederich, driver Albany Brewery, r. 756 

Howard 
Angeli Andiew J., real-estate broker, r. 1327 Vallejo 
Angeli Horace B. (Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works) , r. 11 Clementina 
Angeli James M., cari^enter, r. 613 Mission 
Angeli J. C, secretary California Raisin and Fruit 

Co, office 204 California 
ANGEIiLi JONATHAN TV., apothecary, NW COr 

First and Folsom, r. 264 First 
Angeli Otis B., clerk Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works, r. 11 Clementina 
Angelo Edward J., bookkeeper Atlas Iron Works, r. 

202 Eighth 
Angelo Elizabeth (widow), r. 418 O'Farrell 
Angelo Henry J., clerk Apothecaries Hall, r. 1203 How- 
ard 
Angelo Lena Miss, shirtmaker, r. 16 Jansen 
Angelo Nabor Mrs., r. 16 Jansen 
Angelo Peter, vegetable dealer, r. 9 Perry 
Angelo Eaymo (Pioneer Soda Works), r. 220 Hermann 
Angelopulo Angelo, waiter Nicholas Castis, r. 13 

Verona PI 
Angelovich Joseph, cook B. Kenney, r. 325 M Third 
Anger Victor, saddlemaker Main & Winchester, r. 33 
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Angerstein Aug., third oflScer 8. S. Oregon, Oregon S. 

S. Co 
Angerstein Carl, metal worker, r. 3 Haywood 
Angler A. A. Miss, private school, 618 O'Farrell 
Angler Anne H. Mrs., r. 618 O'Farrell 
Angler W. T., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light Co, r. 618 

O'Farrell 
Anglade John, milk dairy, N of Silver Av, nr Mission 
Anglin John J., stone cutter, r. Union Hotel 
Anglin Michael T., tabinetmaker Andrew Geishaker, 

r. 4.59 Tehama, bet Fifth and Sixth 
AngllQ Patrick, miner, r. 2723 Bryant Av 
Anglin Thomas, porter Cal. Furniture Manuf. Co, 

r. 721 Minna 
AXGI.O-CAL.IFORXIAX B A X K (limited), 

Frederick F. Low, and Ignatz Stelnhart managers, 

422 California 
Angonnet Benita Mrs., laundry, 811 Stockton 
Angonnet Frank, farmer, r. 811 Stockton 
Angonnet Peter F.. laundryman, r. 811 Stockton 
Angott Samuel, laborer, r. 522 Filbert 
Angoustures Francois, laborer A. T. Noble & Co., r. 

W s San Jose Av, nr Thirtieth 
Angoustures John, laborer, r.S 8 Silver Av, bet Miss 

and San Bruno Road 
Angoustures V., dairyman Veges and Esclosses, r. W 

s San Jose Av, nr Twenty-ninth 
Angulo Emanuel, fisherman, NE cor Vallejo and 

Front 
Angus James S.. accountant Nevada Bank of San 

Francisco, r. Alameda 
Anie Frederick, varnisher West Coast Furniture 

Co., r. 224 Sixth 
Aokel Bernard, r. 5593^ Stevenson 
Ankel Samuel, clerk M. Rosenblum & Co., r. 559 J^ 

Stevenson 
Ankele John H., with Philip, Speyer & Co., r. Oakland 
Ankers Christian (Christian Ankers & Co.), r. 545 Cal- 
ifornia 
AXKERS CHRISTIAN & CO. , manuf show 

case.s. .745 California 
Annis Isabella (widow), r. W s Sansom, bet Filbert 

and Greenwich, rear 
Annis James A., policeman City Hall, r. 112 Taylor 
Annies Frederick, gardener, r. S s Fourteenth, bet 

Minna and Natoma 
Anous Guiseppi, milkman, r. Sixth Av, bet L and M, 

South S. F 
Ansberg B. Charles, butcher, r. 714 Vallejo 
Anschel Samuel, ladies' furnishing goods, 214 Sixth 
Anschutz Emily (widow) , r. 5 Florence 
Anschutz Matil'de, domestic 627 Gearv 
Ansell Pierre, r. 6 O'Farrell Alley 
Anselm Otto, upholsterer, NE cor Grove and Laguna, 

r. 538 Hayes 
Anselmi Bartholomew, dairyman R. Boradori, r. W s 

San Bruno Road, four miles from Citj- Hall 
Ansley Barzillai, ship ballaster, r. 323 Vallejo 
Ansley Wa.shington, cooper, r. 14 Merchant 
AusliUKer George, foreman J. Gundlach & Co., r. 109 

Tehama 
Ansolabehere Jean, boarding, 8 .^shburton PI 
Ansolabebere Simon, cook, r. 8 Ashburton PI 
Anson Albert M., clerk C. R. Wilson, r. SE cor Dolores 

and Duncan 
Ansou Byron W., waiter James H. Parsons, r. 1427 

Polk 
Anson M. A. Mrs., r. 142 X Fourth 
Anson Patrick F., painter Wason & Morris, r, 2011 

Hyde 
Ansou Richard, housepainter, r. 909 Geary 
AnBop Frank, cook, r. Clipper Hotel 
Anspacber A., merchant, r. The Baldwin 
Anspacher Philip (Altsc hul. Seller & Co.), r. 614 Sut 
An.Htett Antdine (Grogau & Anstett), r. 722 Green 
Antanaro Lorenzl, with Frank! Baptista, r. NE cor 

Buchanan and McAllister 
AnthuH Frederick, bakery, 510 Fourth 
Antlii B Frtderlck, clerk E. C. Fltts, r, 610 Fourth 
AnthcH Kate, domestic 104 Seventh 
Anthes Louis N.. clerk Marks & Relnhardt, r. Sophie 

Terrace, nr Pino 
Anthes Matthias, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 
Anthes Peter (Anthes & Liebman), r. Sophie Terrace 
Anthes k Liebiuan (Peter .\nthe8 and Otto Liebman), 

llqiior saloon, 102 Geary 
Anthonison Henry, laborer Bay Sugar Refinery, r. 1702 

Kearny 

Anthony , r. 652 Market 

Anthony Albert, butcher, r. 1061 Folsom 



Anthony Charles V. Rev., pastor Central M. E. Church, 

r. 1155 Mission 
Anthony Edward T. (E. T. Anthony & Co.), r. 124 Oak 
Anthony Edwin R.. clerk General Auditor's office, 

Central Pac. R. R., r. Alameda 
Anthony Elisa E. Mrs., journalist, r. 427 Bush 
Anthony E. T. & Co., repackers general merchandise, 

407 and 409 Commercial 
Anthony Ferdinand, bookbinder Alexander Buswell, 

r. 1500 Buchanan 
Anthony George W., moheybroker, SE cor Bush and 

Kearny, and NE cor Post and Kearny, r. 30 Post 
Anthony H. Miss, dressmaker, r. 32 Ellis 
Anthony Henry (Anthony &Maas>;). r. Clara Lane 
Anthony Hyman A., peddler, r. 4 Kate 
Anthony Jennie Miss, teacher, r. 571 Minna 
Anthony John A., freight agent Central Pac. R. R., 

office cor Fourth and King, r. Alameda 
Anthony Peter, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Anthony Richard M., chief clerk U. S. Sub Treasury, 

r. Oakland 
Anthony Sarah (widow), r. 1628 Eddy 
Anthony & Maass (Henry Anthony and Christoph 

Maass), groceries and liquors, 6 Clara Lane 
Antich Anton (Delau & Antich), r. 723 Vallejo 
Antippa Jacopo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Antisell Thomas M. (Thomas M. Antisell & Co.), r. 

Berkeley 
ANTISELL THOMAS M. & CO., pianos and 

organs, bR5 Market 
Antisell, William C, salesman Thomas M. Antisell & 

Co.. r. 26 St. Ann's Building 
Antolne C. Mile., laundry, 1524 Polk 
Antolne James, r. 904 Kearny 
Antolu Giuseppe, fisherman, r. 898 Front 
Antolu Micheli, fisherman, r. 898 Front 
Anton August, clgarmaker Frederick E. Boger, r. 619 

Hayes 
Anton Joseph, seaman stm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 

Antone , teamster George Mayer 

Antone Manuel, steward stms Oakland and El Capitan, 

Oakland Ferry 
Antone Thvmas, barber John Thomas, r. 107 Jackson 
Antone Thomas, laborer, r. Fairmont 'Tract, nr School 

House 
Antonla Clara Mrs., physician, 319 Kearny 
Antoulewlcz Josephine, governess, r. 1620 Turk 
Antoniewicz Mary Mrs., teacher music Kohler & Chase, 

r. 502 Taylor 

Antonio , machinist Union Ironworks, r. 220 Third 

Antonio .\ugustine F. Miss, shlrtmaker, r. 9 Gaven 
Antonio Fragoiia, laborer DeMartini & Bonasso, r. 

bet Mission and San Jose Road, SE of Industrial 

School 
Antonio Guadaloupe Miss, shlrtmaker, r. 9 Gaven 
Antonio Guglielmo, clerk Victor Jostl, r. 109 Sixth 
Antonio John, deckhand stm Amelia, Washington 

St. Wharf 
Antonio Peter, barber, r. 915 Montgomery 
Antony Frauk.wines and liquors, 1042 Fol, r. 41 Moss 
Antony Henry, cutler Will & Finck, r. 1«22 Stockton 
Antracoli Benedetto, Italian Benev. Soc, 4'23 Washing- 
ton 
Antracoli Domenico, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Antunovich F. & Co. (John Rosso), coffee saloon, 403 

East 
Antunovich Florio (F. Antunovich & Co.), and res- 
taurant 526 Sacramento, r. 712 Green 
Antunovich John, fisherman, r. 19 Vallejo 
Antunovich Nicholas (Antunovich A: Bralich), and 

coffee saloon SW cor East and Com, r. 533 Union 
Antunovich & Bralich (Nicholas Antunovich, and 

Fredrick Bralich), coffee saloon, 624 Kearny 
Antz Henrv, butcher, 1 and 2 Grand Western Market, 

r. 14'29"pine 
Anzel Mary (widow), r. 129 Sixth 
Anzenhofer Louis, farmer, N s Ocean House Road, nr 

Industrial School 
Aowhes Edward, cook Edward Ohlen, r. cor Dupont 

and Union 
Apache Gold k Silver Mining Co. (Arizona), John D. 

Graham secretary, office 302 Montgomery, rooms 

14 and 15 
Apel John, architect, r. 729 Pine 
Apel Michael, carpenter, r. 129 Sixth, rear 
Apelt Charles M., shlrtmaker, 1305 Stockton 
Apgar George W., laborer warehouse department Cus- 
tom House, r. 148 Silver 
Apgar Richard M., sergeant police City Hall, r. 1117 

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APOTHECARIES' HAUL., B. B. Thayer chem- 
ist, William J. Bryan druggist, SE cor New Mont- 
gomery and Market, Grand Hotel 
Appel Franz, baker Henry Blum, 1813 Powell 
Appel John C., cabinetmaker Pac. Furniture Co. 
Appel Louis, liquor saloon, 315 Montgomery Av 
Apijel Samuel, clerk Lawrence Eyan, r. 527 Tehama, 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Appel Simun, tailor, 786 Folsom 
Appel Theodore, cigar dealer, r. 13 Everett 
Appel W., varnisher S. F. Furniture Factory 
Appenzeller Fred, Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny 

and Morton 
Appenzeller, Jacob, woodworker Frederick W. Muel- 
ler, r. Natoma, bet Seventh and Eighth 
Appiarius Henry C., bartender Frederick W. Kamps, 

r. 21 Davis 
Appiarius William, driver Sol. Wangenheim & Co., r. 

1810 O'Farrell 
Apple Jacob, bookkeeper Cunningham, Curtiss & 

Welch, r. Oakland 
Apple Julia Miss, dry and fancy goods, 28 Sixth, r. 

406 Sixth 
Apple WoU, clerk, r. 406 Sixth 

Appleby Charles C, florist W. Appleby, r. 2325 Mis 
Appleby Hugh, coalpasser S. S. Great Republic 
Appleby William, nursery, 2325 Mission 
APPLEGATE J. HEXRY Jr., secretary Wales 
Consolidated Gold & Silver Mining Co., oflice 409 | 
Washington, r. 2226 Jackson 
Applegate John J., clerk County Tax Collector, r. 53 

Silver 
APPLiEGATE JOSIAH H., attorney at law, of- 
fice 729 Montgomery, r. The Baldwin 
Appletou Abraham, junk peddler, r. 667 Clementina 
Appleton Henry, r. 688 Clementina 
Appleton House, Mrs. L. A. Lyford proprietress, 33 

Fifth 
Appo Georgiana Mrs., hairdresser, r. 734 Bdwy, rear 
Appo Junius B., porter stmr Ancon, r. 734 Bdwj', rear 
Apprill George, bootmaker Charles Dietle, r. SW cor 

Jackson and Mason 
Apted Walter, boatman, r. 216 J$ Francisco 
Apustill Louis C, painter, r. 644 Howard 
Aquilino Caprara, dairjTnan Carl Solari.W s Clara Av, 

nr Eighteenth 
Arager Solomon Rev., r. 905 Folsom 
Aral Mrs., r. 244 Taylor 

Arancino Paolo, fisherman, NE cor Vallejo and Front 
Arata Andrea, ragpicker, r. 619 Bay 
Arata Bartholomew (Segui & Arata), r. 629 Davis 
Arata Benjamin, gigger S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. 1904 Powell, rear 
Arata Candida (widow) , r. 12 Union PI 
Arata David, vegetable dealer, r. 1 Ohio 
Arata Francisco (Arata & Brignoni) , r. 517 J$ Green- 
wich 
Arata Giovanni, vegetables, 32 Colombo Market 
Arata Guisseppe, laborer, r. 1510 Dupont 
Arata John, expressman, cor Filbert and Montgomery 
Arata Joseph, cartman, r. 3 Maiden Lane 
Arata Louis (Arata & Casassa) , r. 1016 Devisadero 
Arata Luigi, marblepolisher Charles Bianchi 
Arata Nicola, r. 12 Union PI 
Arata Paolo, fisherman, r. 898 Front 
Arata Pietro, laborer Ghirardelli &Daiizel,r.8 Union 

PI 
Arata Richard (Eatto & Arata), r. 511!^ Fourth 
Arata S., vegetable peddler, r. 730 Vallejo, rear 
Arata Stephen, bootblack, r. 3 Maiden Lane 
Arata & Brignoni (Francisco Arata and Domenico 

Brignoni), hay, grain etc., 620 Broadway 
Arata & Casassa (Louis Arata and Dominick Casassa), 

produce commission, 509 Davis 
Arbenheimer Julius, leather dealer, r. 212 Sutter 
Arbogast Frederick, upholsterer Frank G. Edwards, 

r. 1 Fifth 
Arbuckle Henry, ironworker Pac. Rolling Mill, r. Ws 

Kentucky, nr Sixteenth 
ARCADE (J. J. O'Brien & Co.) , dry goods, 924-928 

Market 
Arcade House, William A. Green proptr, 930 Market 
Arcade House, Adolph Hartmann proptr, 45 Sac 
Arcadian Club, 212 Sutter 
Archambeau Joseph F., conductor Market St. R.R., 

r. 529 Valencia 
ARCHBAL.D JOHN, surveyor S. F. Savings 

Union, office 532 California, r. 1312 Powell 
Archer Anna (widow) , r. Ill Prospect PI 
Archer Catharine (widow) , r. 10 Haywood 



Archer Charles H., machinist Tait & Hainque, r. 919 

Folsom 
Archer James, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 

Oakland 
Archer Samuel, glazier, r. 1320 Stockton 
Archer William, hardware, 919 Folsom 
Archibald Jennie Miss, dressmaker, r. 27 Lilly Av 
Archibald Prescott L. (Archibald & Jeffers) , r. 1504 

Mission 
Archibald William R., foreman Archibald & Jeffers, 

r. 1504 Mission 
ARCHIBALD & JEFFERS (Prescott L. Archi- 
bald and Adam Jeffers) , livery, boarding and sale 

stables, 1324-1320 Market 
Archibald. See Archbald 
Archidet Victor, r. 19 Ninth 
Archie Edward, waiter, r. 546}^ Mission, rear 
Arciniega Antonia (widow), r. 1426 Mason 
Arctic Ice Machine Co, office 21 Davis, room 15 
Ardela George, laborer, r. 3 Grand PI 
Ardery James A., policeman City Hall, r. 700 Ellis 
Arellano Manuela (widow), r. 1 Margaret PI 
Arend Margaret Miss, lodgings, 719 Clay 
Arendahl William, expressman, Sander's Hotel 
Arendt Edward, upholsterer Southern Pac. R. R. Co., 

r. 729 Clementina 
Arensberg Jenny Mrs., r. 736 Folsom 
Arents Edward, bartender Henry Reider, r. Oakland 
Arentz Edward, papermaker, r. 1403 Stockton 
Arey Charles A., captain ship Coquimbo, r. 2207 Ji 

Pine 
Arey Joseph, first officer ship Blue Jacket, Main St. 

Wharf 
Arey Robert B., master mariner, r. 9.36 Howard 
Arfmann Henry, packer Eagle Cracker Bakery, r. 1436 

Mission 
Arfort Jean B., wagonmaker, 218 Post, r. 625 Geary 
Argall John, (Birch, Argall & Co.), r. 630 Tyler 
Argenta Mining Co. (Elko Co., Nev.), Rutherford H. 

Brown secretary, office 20 S. F. Stock Exchange 

Building 
Argenti Tullio, marblecutter Daniel Sheerin, r. W s 

Mission bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Argentina Gold & Silver Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.), 

Thad S. Fitch secretary, office 240 Montgomery, 

room 6 
ARGENTIXE REPUBLIC, Charles Baum consul, 

office 510 Battery 
Argonaut Mining Co. (Globe Dist., Arizona), Joseph 

Pentecost secretary, office 331 Montgomery, 

room 12 
ARGONAUT PUBLISHING CO., F. M. Pixley, 

president; Fred. M. Somers, secretary ; A. P. 

Stanton, business manager, publishers The 

Argonaut, office 522 California 
ARGONAUT THE (weekly) .The Argonaut Publish- 
ing Co. proiJtrs, office 522 California 
Arguello Albert, clerk Mayer & Hirshfeld, r. 233 Oak 
ARGUS PUBLISHING CO. (William W. Randall 

and Robert E. Culbreth) publishers City Argus, 

office 605 Montgomery 
Argyras Mary (widow) , r. 519 Chestnut 
Ariani Ratto, restaurant, 894 Front 
Arias Benancio, porter London and San Francisco 

Bank, r. 18 Washington Av 
Arickson Adolph, cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 413 

Powell 
Arighi Eugene, laborer, r. 24 Allen 
Arighi Giovanni, vegetables, 70 Colombo Market 
Arighi Mansuetto, fisherman, NE cor Vallejo and 

Front 
Arimbau Jose, cigarmaker Jose A. Garcia 
ARION HALLE, Henry Grimm proptr, NE cor 

Sutter and Kearny 
Arion House, Julius Heinecke proptr, 13-15 Page 
Aris Gertrude Miss, dressmaker, r. 343 Jessie 
Aristide Gustav, cook, r. 660. Folsom 
Aritolla Dolores, r. 1318 Dupont 
Arizona Consolidated Mining Co. (Arizona) , A. F. 

Main secretary, office 309 Cal, rooms 1 and 2 
Arizona Silver Mining Co. (Humboldt Co., Nev.), 

William Willis secretary, office 29 Nevada Block 
Arizona Stage Co., William G. Roberts general agent, 

office 140 Montgomery 
Arl Joseph, waiter Becker & Moegling, r. 6 Qeneya 
Arlet Fritz, r. 2215 Post 
Arling Henry, jeweler, r. 9 Russ 
Arling Isaac, laborer freight deptartment Central Pac. 

R. R., r. 559 Bryant 
Arlington House, Miss K. McLeod proptsB, 127 Kearny 



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Armager Charles W., sergeant police City Hall, r. llOi 

Hyde 
Armand Adolph A., bookkeeper H. D. Cogswell, r. 319 

Broadway 
Armand Auguste, salesman Constantin Villard, r. 1402 

Powell 
Armand George, cook F. Mondelet, r, 219 Geary 
Armand Gold & Silver Mining Co., James L. Fields, 

secretary, office 240 Montgomery, rooms 3 and i 
Armand Lautaud, merchant tailor, r. 307 Pine 
ARMAND liOt'IS, professor French, Latin, and 

Greek, office 513 California, r. Oakland 
Armani Nicolo, gardener, r. nr German Hospital 
Armann Edward (John Greif & Co.), r. Hotel Khein 
Armat Nicholas, fisherman, r. 19 Vallejo 
Armbruster Daniel, carpenter Southern Pac. K. R., r. 

11 Hickory Av 
Armbruster Helen Miss, teacher, r. 11 Hickory Av 
Armbruster Julius, engraver Cal. Jewelry Co., r. 2217 

Steiner 
Armer B., bookkeeper Kullman & Armer, r. 1424 Bush 
Armer H., r. 2203 Fillmore 
Armer Joseph L., bookkeeper Eullman & Armer, r. 

1424 Bush 
Armer Max (Kullman & Armer) , r. 1424 Bush 
Armer Robert, canmaker Sol Wangenheim & Co., r. 

Sacramento Hotel 
Armer. See Armour 

Armes Charles W. (Armes & Dallam), r. Oakland 
Armes Claude Mrs., dressmaker, r. 10'.» Montgomery 
Armes George W. (.\rm(s & Dallam), r. Oakland 
ARaiES & DALLAM (C. W. and G. W. Armes 
and Richard B. Dallam), importers wood aiid 
willow-ware, manufacturers brooms, tubs, and 
Ijails, and agents F. N. Davis *: Co's building 
paper, and Irving Bro.'s paper, carpeting factory 
San (,)uentin, office 116-117 Front 
Armes. See Arms 
Armingtuu Edward J., r. 33 Russ 
Armiiigtou Edward R., tailor Henry Harmon, r. 33 

Russ 
Armitage George, extraman Engine Co. No. 7 S. F. 

F. D., r. 329 J<; Sixteenth 
Arm itat,'e John (Branson & Armitage), r. 1008 McAl- 
lister 
Armitage Joseph, apothecary SE cor Sixteenth and 

Howard 
Armitage Joseph, painter Frank A. Rutherford, r. 73 

Shipley 
Armkuetht Louis, blacksmith Risdon I. and L. 'Works, 

r. 741 Market 
Armonino Pietro, vegetables, IT) Colombo Market 
Armor Getirge, cook Uijioii Club 
Armor William, barkeeper Michael Flanigan, r. NW 

cor Front find Pacific 
Armory Block, NW cor New Montgomery and How 
Armory Hall, VM Fourth 

Armorj- Hall Building, NE cor Montgomery and Sac- 
ramento 
Armour Henry, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works 
Arms Clayton, laundrymau S. F. Laundry, Eddy, bet 

Fillmore and Steiner 
Arms Richard D., r. 519 Sacramento 
Arms Sarah (widow), r. 2 Hopeton Terrace 
Arms. See Armes 

Armstead John, waiter, r. 54 Everett 
Armstrong A., seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Armstrong A. B., Journeymen Shipwrights' Assn, 71 

New Montgomery 
Arnifltrong Albert M., printer, r. 524 Hnyes 
Armstrong Andrew J., speculator, r. 424 liroadway 
Armstrong B. F., salesman J. W. Shaefifer & Co., r. 

Oiikliiiid 
ARMMTltOXO C-URI8TOPIIER, groceries and 
liquors, NW cor Folsom and Harriet, r. 1018 Fol 
Armstrong D. B., mining, r. 771 Mission 
Armstrong Edward J. M., clerk Benjamin B. Brooks, 

r. 1103 Montgomery 
Armstrong Edward W., assistant cashier S. F. Gas 

Light Co., r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Armstrong E. J., clerk, r. Overland House 
Armstrong Frank, cariienter, r. 17 Fourth 
Armstrong Freeman, tinsmith, r. 1202 Mason 
Armstrong G., boilermaker Uisdon I. and L. Works 
Armstrong George, bartender Lewis & Harris, r. West 

End Hotel 
Armstrong George, porter T. W. Brennan, r. 416 Kear 
Armstrong George, wnti'linian Presidio Reservation 
Armstrong Hurry H.,carrlBge8mith Charles J.Moyes, 
r. 854 Mission 



Armstrong Henry, painter, r. N s Sixteenth bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores 
Armstrong James, r. E s Harrison bet Twenty-fourth 

and Twenty-fifth 
Armstrong James, keeper stock yard Falkner, Bell & 

Co., r. Fourteenth Av. bet P and Q, South S. F. 
Armstrong James, proptr Eagle Brewery, SW cor Fol- 
som and Fourteenth 
Armstrong James T., salesman Yates & Co., r. 250 

Jessie 
Armstrong Johanna (widow) , r. W s Cherubusco, nr 

Eugenia 
Armstrong John, bartender O. Hokanson, r. 527 East 
Armstrong John, cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 10 

Washington 
Armstrong John, driver City Cab and Transfer Co. 
Armstrong John, hostler Hugh McGlinn, r. 126 

Fourth 
Armstrong John, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Armstrong John, Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny 

and Morton 
Armstrong John G., cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 

612 Powell 
Armstrong John L., president Cal. Stock Exchange 
Board and stockbroker, office 444 Cal,r. 524 Hayes 
Armstrong John R., delivery clerk Pacific Mail S. S. 

Co. 
Armstrong Kate Miss, r. 24 Sixth 
Armstrong Louis, engineer, r. 741 Market 
Armstrong Martha (widow), r. 1037 Valencia 
Armstrong Mary (widow), r. 109 Van Ness Av 
Armstrong Mary (widow) , r. 341 Minna 
Armstrong Mary, dressmaker Mrs. C. L. Shives, r. 419 

O'Farrell 
Armstrong M. Jennie Miss, real-estate, r. 2120 Union 
Arm.strong Nellie Miss, assistant Hayes Valley Pri- 
mary School, r. 524 Hayes 
Armstrong Richard, salesman Cluff Brothers, r. 1011 

Clay 
Armstrong Robert B., bookkeeper M. J. Flavin, r. 835 

Bush 
Armstrong Rose, cook St. Mary's Hospital 
Armstrong Rudolph, cooper, 72 Oregon and 121 Jack- 
son, and proptr U. S. Laundry, E s Hampshire, 
bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Armstrong Samuel C, clerk George W. Miller, r. 564 

Bryant 
Armstrong Samuel P., teamster Henry Dutton Jr., r. 

303 Bartlfctt, nr Twenty-third 
Armstrong Sarah J. Miss, r. 925^2 Market 
Armstrong Thomas, boilermaker, r. NE cor Louisiana 

and Sierra 
Armstrong Thomas C, proptr Hayward Express, 1 

Commercial, r. Haywards 
Armstrong Thomas H., shoe factory. 870 Folsom, r. 

618 Fourth 
Armstrong William, carpenter Pac. Improvement Co., 

r. 739 Market 
Armstrong William, compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 

Verona PI 
Armstrong William, laborer St. Joseph's R. C. Infant 
Asylum, r. E s Q, bet Seventeenth and Nineteenth 
Avs, South S. F. 
Armstrong William, quartermaster Pacific Mail S. S. 

Co., r. IS Verona PI 
Armstrong William, upholsterer, r. 733 Market 
Armstrong Willinui F., grainer, 664 How, r. 302 Capp 
Arnistroug William G., compositor Evening Bulletin, 

r. 1037 Valencia 
Armstrong William J., salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & 

Co., r. 415 Post 
Armst;ong W. W., clerk Hutchinson & Mann, r. 2023 

Fillmore 
Armstrong's Hayward Express, Thomas C. Armstrong 

proptr, office 1 Commercial 
Armsworthy John, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Arnaud Albert A., salesmmi Vve Ssjous, r. 332 Turk 
Arnaud, Charles, laborer, r. 517 Filbert 
Arnaud Louisa, with Louis Holland, r, 332 Turk 
Arnaud Pierre, boxmaker Pacific Box Factory, r. 12 

Willow 
Arnberuer Frank J., musician Baldwin's Theatre, r. 

Viw Montgomery 
Arndt William K., laborer, r. 29 Alta PI 
Aruell William J., milkman Marcus M.Cook, r. E s 

Pien'c.bet Bush and Sutter 
Arneson Soren, imcker, r. 900 Filbert 
Arnest Jolm M., photographer Bradley k Rulofson, 

r. 429 Montgomery 
Amett August, cook, r. 2204 Powell 



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Arnheim Abraham, stock clerk Banner Brothers, r. 

235 Kearny 
Arnheim Giistave S. (Arnheim & Burt) , r. 3;<. Liberty 
Amheim Herman S., salesman S. F. News Co., r. 8 

Steuart 
Arnheim JuliuR S. (S. S. Amheim & Son), r. 21 Steu 
Arnheim Samuel S. (S. S. Arnheim & Son) , and cigars 

and stationery, 8 Stewart 
Amheim S. S. & Son (Julius S. Arnheim) , drugs and 

medicines. 24 Steuart 
Amheim Wm. S., watchmaker and jewelor, 8 Steuart 
Arnheim & Burt (G. S. Arnheim and Wm. F. Burt) , 

Abalone Shell Jewelry, 37 Fifth 
Aruhold Hugo, salesman Lilieuthal & Co., r. 527 Turk 
Arni Gicrg. Swiss Beiiev. Soc, 5V, Ke.Truy 
Arnold Adam, butcher, r. Spreen's Exchange, cor First 

Av. and Kentucky, South S. F. 
Arnold Adolpb, wait'er The Fountain, SE cor Sutter 

and Keuruy 
Arnold Am.nnda. (widow), r. Es Fair Oaks, bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
Arnold August, junk. ('22 Battery 
Arnold Austin, cashier Marcus C. Hawley & Go., r. il3 

Van Ness Av 
ARNOLD BENJAMIN E., wholesale butcher, 

SE cor Twenty-third and Valencia and N s M., 

nr Fi^^t Av, South S. F.. r. 1220 Valencia 
Arnold Brothers (Cyrus M. and Gilbert C), real 

estate and money brokers, 211Kearny 
Arnold Charles H., compositor H. S. Ciockcr & Co., r. 

1211". ^Mission 
Arnold Charles W.. secretarv Edward B. Perriu, offlce 

402 Keaniy. r. 120 Fulton 
Arnold Cyrus M. (Arnold Brothers), r. 1912 Mission 
Arnold Edson C, student Heald's Business College, r. 

1220 Valencia 
Arnold Edward, coachman. 1120 Pine 
Arnold Elbridge F., optician, 427 Kearny, r. Alameda 
Arnold Emily (widow), r. 6 Delgado PI 
Arnold Ferdinand D., letter carrier Post-office, r. 945 

Twentieth 
\rnold Francis W., cooper, 609 Battery and 3 Cham- 
bers, r. 523 Octavia 
Arnold G., butcher, r. SE cor Church and Twenty- 
seventh 
Arnold George, tanner, r. 243 Dora 
Arnold George A., morocco-dresser Williams Bros., r. 

Sixth Av. nr K, South S. F. 
Arnold George C, professor languages, r. 14 Pfeiffer 
Arnold George H., clerk. Occidental Hotel 
Arnold George P., clerk Leon Pieper, r. 37 Second 
Arnold Gilbert C. (Arnold Brothers), r. 2243 Mission 
Arnold Gold & Silver Miiiing Co. (Arizona), A. Jud- 

sou secretary, office 320 Sansonie, room 47 
.\rnoId Gottlieb, butcher, r. W s Dolores, nr Twenty- 
eighth 
Arnold Henrv, baker The Baldwin 
Arnold Henry A., clerk J^S. Arnold & Co., r. 933 Sut 
Arnold James, cook, r. Xi Mission, rear 
Arnold J. Edwin, clerk Arlington House, 127 Kearny 
Arnold Johanna, r. 10 St. Charles PI 
.Arnold John, r. 215 Kearnv 
Arnold John F.. conductor Clay St. Hill E. R., r. 1503 

Leavenworth 
Arnold Joseph, wood and coal, 333 Third, 

Third *•■ 

Arnold Lewis, clerk NF. cor Tyler and Larkin 
Arnold Marcus P., letter carrier Post-office, 

Leavenworth i-..''-* 

Arnold Matthew, foreman machinist Union 

Works, r. 10^ Fifth Av 
Arnold Michael, r. 1113 Brvant 
Arnold Noah S. (N. S. Arnold & Co.) r. 1521 Geary 
Arnold X.S. & Co., hardware commission merchants, 

and manufs agents, 310 California 
Arnold Otto, laborer, r. 1014 Folsom 
Arnold Otto, messenger London & S. F. Bank, r. 82C 

Bush 
Arnold Patrick H., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 

32 Jessie, bet Seventh and Eighth 
Arnold P. B., carpenter, r. 909 Kearny 
Arnold Peti r, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Arnold Philip, confectioner The Baldwin 
Arnold Philip A., cook \Silliam W. Haney, r. 221 Sac 
Arnold Kebecca H. (widow), r. 945 Twentieth 
Arnold Richai-d, stonemason, r. 317 First 
Arnold Rufus W., driver Joseph Sedgley, r. 2104 Fol 
Arnold Sarah W. (widow), r. 2540 Folsom, rear 
Arnold Thomas C, salesman Hecht Bros. & Co., r. 

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Arnold Uriah K., bookkeeper Greenebaum, Sachs, & 

Freeman, r. 1540 Washington 
Arnold W. E., clerk Hecht Erts. & Co., r. IIOI Van 

Jsess Av 
Arnold William T., photographic printer Jt l;n H. 

Peters, r. lilt! Mission 
Arnold William H., r. 1041 Mission 
Arnold \^ illiiim H., scalen;aker Raymond & Wilstire, 

r. 863 S.. Market 
Arnot Amanda Mrs., r. 2615 Mission 
Arnott Henry A., driver Hose No. 5. S. F. F. D., r. 23 

Fell 
Arnott Thomas, expressman SE cor Fourth ind How- 
ard, r. 984 Harrison Jgjr" 
Arustein Eugene (Stein. Simon & Co.), r. Europe 
Arnstein Ludwig, bookkeeper Sttin, Simon & Co., r. 

1012 Bush 
Aron Leopold, ficsco painter and paper hanger, 510 }i 

Natoma 
Aronsolin A., agent C hi( ago Bottling Co., 1.^07 Fi Isom 
Aronsohn I. & Co. (Morris LewinandMjxGoldcick), 

fruits. SW cor Sixth and Jessie 
Aronsohn Isaac (Arcnsohn & Co., and I. ArcnstLn & 

Co.), r. 524 Stevens( n 
Ai-onsohn Max, cltrk Si hlcfs& fc'elleck, r. 912 F< Isom 
Aronsohn Sigmt^nd, instirance agtnt. r. 3 Monrre 
Aronsohn & Co. (Isaac Aronsohn, Morris Lewin, and 

Max Goldnick). fruits, etc, 3 Sixth 
Aronson Abrahi-m. furniture hnd tedding, 13i6 and 

1328 Stockton, r. 520 Natoma 
Arcnson David, r. 526 Nstonia 

Aronson Frank, clerk Noah J. Franklin, r. £02 EuFh 
Aronson G. & Co. (Adolph P. Craner) ; pa-wnbrokers, 

110 Kearny 
Aronson George (G. Aronson & Co.), r. 514 Eddy 
Aronson Jacob, ladies' underwear, 215 Sixth 
.\rongon Juliv.s, clerk, r. 5(3 Post 

Aronson Moses, shoemakers. AV. Levy, r. 52C Nttcma 
Aronson. SteAaronsin. 
.\ronstein Adolf, phjsician, office 29 Kearny, r. 520 

Jones 
Arpe Dominico, fiuits and vegetables, C04 Post] 
Arper George, laborer, r. 153 Sixtet-nth 
Arper Thi mas, road ciiipenter Southern Pac. E. K., r. 

153 Sixteenth 
Arrambide J. B.. monfybrrker and wool ccnmission 

merchant, rffice 611 Mcntg( mery, r. C24 OFarrell 
Arripada Pascua), waiter, r. Hinckley 
Arrillaga Santiago, tta'her music, r. 1920 Buchfruau 
Arrigoni Dapolecne, frefco painter, r. 9 Union PI 
Arrigt ni Napolei n, painter, r. 419 Aallejo, rear? 
Arringtin Nichol; s O., collecticn and loan cffiee, 330 

Pine, rotms 61-1.2, r. 1.''02 Powell 
Arriugton Nicholas T., bookkeeper Merry, Faull& Co., 

r. 1820 O'Farrtll 
Arrington William B., way bill chrk Wells, Fargo & 

Co., r. 252 Second 
Arriola Fliza Miss, r. Ca<3ell Alley 
Arriola Hermiuia Miss, portrait painter, r. 6 Csdell 

Allev 
Arriola Isabel (widow), r. 6 Cadell Alley 
Arriola Louis, printer, r. 1412 Powell 
Arriton Henry, carptntir. r. 7r4 Twenty-fcurth 
Arrison John, cfrpenter. r. N s Twenty-ninth, bet S^n 

Jose Av and Dolores 
-■^rrivie Pierre, fliritt, r. S b Fiftetnth, btt Guerrero 

and Polorts 
Arrowsmith Augustus T., civil engineer, r. 461 Nat 
Arrowsmith J., laborer, Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 
Arroyo Yanusrio (J. Trejos & Co) , r. 11 Sei oud Av 
ART -ASSOCIATION, SAN FRANCISCO, 

rooms 4;0 Pine 
Artberger Mtrtin, house painter, r. 119 Park Av 
Arteche Frank, laborer. Union Box Facttry. r. 1113)$ 

Kearny 
Arthur Charles, carriage triffinier, r. 1632 Howard 
Arthur E. M . psying teller NevadaBtnk of San Fran- 
cisco, r. Oakland 
Arthur Getrge N., r. 640 Turk 
Artl.ur M., engineer Missien Reek Warehouse, r. 530 

Third 
Arthur William S.. bakery. 259 Third 
Artigues Canning Co. (Fmil. Jean, and Louis Artignos), 

puckers cooked metts. Fifth Av, nr Railroad Av, 

South S. F. 
Artigues E. & Co. (Fmll, Jean and l.euis Artigues), 

tripe, etc., IJ San Francisco. Maiket and Filth Ay, 

bet Railroad Av and N, South S. F. 
Artigues En 11 (E. Artigues & Co. and Aitigues Can- 
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ning Co.). r. .517 Bryant 
Artigues Jean Sr., r. Fifth Av, bet Railroad Av aniN, 

Sjuth S. F. 
Artigues Louis (E. Artigues i Co. and Artigues Can- 
ning Co.) , r. 550 Bryant 
Arvidsson Charle.* D., ma;hinist Union Iron Works, 

r. 623 H iward 
Arwood Elbert, ■watchman PanSc Improvenijnt Co. 
Arzberger Joseph, cabinetmaker Union Furniture 

Manuf Co., r. V2l Park Av 
Arzberger Lena, djmestic ir.02 Bush 
Asbestos Felting and Paint Cj.. Isaac L. Merrell 

agent, 31 1 Townsend 
Asbill William, student Heald's Bussiness College, r. 

Ahlborn House 
Asch Bea, hair dressing saloon, 213 Sixth, r. 26 Oak 

Grove Av 
Asch Isaac, barbsr Bjn As-h, r. 20 Oik»ftrave Av 
Asch William, furrier, r. 26 Oak Grove Av 
A.schen Ernest F. (Heinemann & Aschen) , r. 1701 

Octavia 
Ascher8^n Erail, colljctor Hebrew Observer, r. 418 

Clementina 
Aschheim Edward, r. 17 Third 
Aschheim Ja-ob M., r. 771 Mission 
Aschmann William A., salesman Frederick Martens, 

r. 1716 Mason 
Aschwander John, barkeeper, r. 411 Pacifis 
Aseroft Henry, clerk, r. 70-f Hayes 
Asebes Alexander, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 1719 StK-kt >n 
Aseroio G., r. 3 Car dine Place 
Ash Brothers (H-rman, Leo, and Jacob), wholesale 

clothing, offi e 13 and 1.5 Battery 
Ash Edwirl. port-r O cidental Hotel 
Ash H-rman (Ash Brother.^), r. 1355 Post 
Ash Isad )r. furrier and dyer, 315 Hayes 
Ash Jacob ( \sh Brothers), r. New York 
Ash Julia, chambermaid Palace Hotel 
.\Hh Julius, teamster Andrew Onderdonk, r. Oak Street 

House 
Ash Leo (Ash Brothers), r. 1.355 Post 
Ash Marv (widow), r. 117 Natoma 
Ash Peter, laborer Risdon I. aud L. Works, r. 551 

Minna 
Ash R )bGrt, attornoy at law, office 607 Kearny, r. 115 

Eddy 
Ash Thomas P.. assistant secretary 8. F. Stock and 

Exchange Board, r. 1755 Ellis 
Ash. See Asch, and Ashe 
ASHBURN'ER WIL.I.I VM, mining engineer, 

office 210 Mcjntgcimory, room 8, r. 1014 Pine 
Ashby E. W., attorney atlaw, ofti.-e and r. 702 Market 
Axhcomb Mrs. (widow), r. 1)39 Pacific 
Ashcroft John, plasterer, r. 210 Third 
AshcDft William, captain, r. 1208 Jackson 
Ashcroft. See Ascroft 
Ashlown Archibald, accountant, offlse 507 Mont- 

gnmerv, r. 8l)t> Leavenworth 
Aslie C. L.'Mps., r. 512 Eddy 
Ashe j;iizabeth (widow), housekeeper, r. V.iUey, bet 

Sanchez aud Church 
Ashe Gregory, porter John E. Richards, r. 302 Eigh- 
teenth 
Ashe Matthew, barkeeper John E. Richards, r. N s 

Lizzie, nr Mingion 
Ashe Patrick, p irter St. Ann's Rest. NWcor Eddy and 

Powell 
.\Hhe Willianj L., farmer, r. 512 Eldy 
Asher Alexander B.. policeman City Hall, r. 13 Willow 

Av 
Asher Asher F., furnishing goods, 40.S Ft>urth 
Asher Cliarlcs L., compoHitor Morning Call, r. 417 

Kearny 
Asher C(d man, cigars and tobacco, 1306 Polk, r. 1306H 

Polk 
Ashf r Oe irge W .. laborer Peter Eiusfeld, r. 2.58 Clara 
Asher Jacob, caudymaker W. S. Townsend, r. 408 

Fourth 
Asher Morris, clgannaker Alexander Fox, r. 1306 J4 

Polk 
Asher ll'iso (widow), r. 617 Turk \ 
Asher Simon (Asher & Smith), r. 107 VlrRlnia 
Ashor William, porter Schoenholz Bros. & Co., r. 408 

Fourth 
Asher k Smith (Simon Asher and Herman Smith), 

oilcloth manufacturers, 325 Davis 
Ashland John, boil'rmaker Uisdon I. an 1 L. Works, 

r. 449 Tehama 



Ashley Byron, law student J. L. Murphy, r. 712 Bush 
Ashlev Delos R., clerk, r. 712 Bush 
Ashley D. R. Mrs. (widow), r. 712 Bush 
Ashley John, min^r. r. Montgomery's Hotel 
AshK"y John, pantryman Brooklyn Hotel, 210 Bush 
A.^hlcy Louis, painter E. H. Gadsby, r. 710 Folsom. 
Ashlt'V P. L., extraman Engine No. 3, S. F. F. D., r. 

1313 California 
Ashley Samuel, painter Wason & Morris, r. 708 Larkin 
Ashlev Sarah J. Mrs., bakerv, 827 Folsom 
Ashley Wird H., accountant, r. 120 S itter 
Ashlev Warren, attorney at law, office 507 Mont, r. 

712 Bush 
Ashley W. H. Mrs., dressmaking parlors, 120 Sutter, 

rooms 51 and 53 
Ashman Charles, machinist, r. 54 First 
As^huau John H., boatbuilder John F. Penney, r. 

Clara Av, nr Seventeenth 
Ashman Richard T., machinist, r. Clara Av, nr Sev- 
enteenth 
Ashman William, stevedore A. C. Freese 
As'unau. See Aschmann 
Ashmead Gustavus S.. carpenter and builder, Bryant 

Av, bet Mariposa and Solano 
Ashmore William E., superintend'ut billiard room 

Cosmopolitan Hotel, r. lo Seliua PI 
ASH rOX CHARLES, re il-estate agent. 120 Sutter, 

room 80, r. Baden, San Mateo county 
Ashton Charles S., r. 2912 Fillmore 
Asht )n George F., clerk California Insurance Co, r. 

718 California 
Asht )n Lydia (widow), r. NW •or Fift-'eath and 

Shotwell 
AshtJn William H. Jr., seaman, r. 722 Market 
Ashw.trth George, laborer, r. 326 Tehama, rear 
Ashworth Thomas, real-estate, r. 80.; McAllister 
Askanger E. Mrs., r. 20 Harlan PI 
Askej' Armstrong, assistant chief wharfinger, office 

cor Clay and East, r. SEcorDupont and Chestnut 
Askham Charles, second steward O, & O. S. S. Aus- 
tralia 
Asm luu Adolph, r. E s Hampshire, bet El Dorado 

aud Alameda 
Asmiis John, farmer, SE cor Russia .Av and Mission 
Asmus John, laborer Mart. >nstein & Deming, r. 1629 

Turk 
.\smvi8sen George, waJd and coal, SW cor Shotwell 

and Twentieth 
Asmussen W. A. Aj Co. (James White), groceries, and 

liquors, and boarding. NW cor Eiglith and Bryant 
Asmussen William, grocer, r. 23 Fifth Av 
Asmusseu William A. (W. A. .Asmussen & Co.), and 

dry goods, SE cor Eighth and Har. r. 401 Eighth 
Asnou Alexander, furrier Adolph MuUer, r. Hubbard 

House 
Asparu John, laborer, r. 712 Front 
Aspe Martin, ship carpenter, r. 2^ Freelon 
Aspril William, Ship Calkert^^ssn, Barra's Hall 
Assalino Nicholas, tailor Henry Harmon, r. 8 s Pre- 

cita Av, nr Gunnison .Av 
ASS.VYER STATE, Louis Falkenau, office 328 

Montgomery • 

Asselin John, carpenter Cnl. Mills, r. 69 Natoma 
AsscU Autliou, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Assflu Henrv, miner, r. 516 Pacific 
ASSESSOR CirV AND COUXTV, office new 

City Hall, first fl.ior 
Assion Henry, tailor, r. 7.30 Vallejo 
Assiou Henry F., bookbinder Bartling & Kimball, r. 

730 Vallejo 
Assiou Joseph, tailor, 205 Montgomery, r. 348 Third 
As-iion Joseph C, tailor, r. 627 Green 
ASSIST.VXT Sl'PERIN I'EiVDBXT RAII«- 

WAY MVIL. SERVICE, olHco 606 Montgom- 
ery, thinl Hour 
ASs6ci.\TEO PRESS, William M. Webster 

agent, office 302 M mtgoinery, room 34 
Astell Frank, seaman, r. 823 Battery 
Astcdl Robert, iK>rk Theodore A. P. Bronn, r. 120 

Seventh 
Asteu A. O. Mrs., Arcade Suit Rooms, 31 Ellis 
Aster George, bookbinder, r. 2054 Mission 
Asternero Dominick, dump cart, r. S s Vandewater, nr 

P.jwell 
Asti Joseph, laborer, r. 222 Broadway 
Aston A., longshoreman O. H. Whitney. Pier 10, 'Steu 
Aston James, plumber, r. 461 Jessie 
Astoa John, expressman Oakland Ferry, r. 9 Paciflc 
Aston Snrali (widow), r. 461 Jessie 
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Astor Himse, A. Sepelke proptr, 509 Broadway 
Asturg AlphoDse (Astorg & Co.) , r. 8tiS Folaom 
Astorg Marcellin, butcher Astorg & Co., r. 313 Fifth 
Astorg & Co. (Alphoiise Astorg and Firmin Trebois), 

butchers, 313 Fitth 
Astram Fritz J., saloonkeeper, r. 1105 Leavenworth 
Astredo Anthouy, Astredo's Exchange, 635 Wash- 
ington, r. m Vallejo 
Astredo Anthony, employee Eureka Warehouse, r. 

188 J4 Vandewater 
Astrico John, temperance beverages. 207 Fourth 
Aswell Charles, r. 527 Pine 

Asztalos Samuel (F.H. Classen & Co.), r. 529 Green- 
wich 
Asztalous Joseph, fisherman, r. 898 Front 
Attridge Edward, clerk, r. 1010 Filbert 
Attridge James, groceries and liquors, nw. cor Union 

and Leavenworth 
Atchinson B. M, (B. M. Atchinson & Co.), r. Oakland 
ATCHI>'SON B. M. «fcCO. (E. L. Cutten) , dairy 

produce, 16, 17, 28, 30 Centre Market 
Atchinson G. B., seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Atchinson Thomas, speculator, r 314 Bush 
Atchison Silas A., r. 793 Mission 
Atchison Silas M., mining, r. 793 Mission 
Ates John, seaman, r. Steu;irt Street House 
Athanaside Marco, fruit peddler, r. 235 Stevenson 
Athearn Charles, dairyman, r. 1313 Larkin 
Athearn Charles G. (Athearn & Co.), r. 909 McAllister 
Athearn Joseph H. (.\thearn & Co.), r. 17 Second a7 
Athearn William, chief clerk collection department 

Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 2001 Bush 
ATHEARN & CO. (Charles G. and Joseph H. 
Athearn, and Benjamin Pendleton) , groceries, pro- 
visions and ships stores, 6 Steuart 
Athenour Victor, waiter Stork & Peguilhan, r. 445 

Bush 
Atherstone Thomas 8., bookkeeper Eugene E. Dewey, 

r. 1613 Clay 
Atherton Dominga (widow) , r. 803 Van Ness ar 
Atherton Faxon D., stockbroker, ofBce 705 Sansom, 

r. 803 Van Ness 
Atherton Frank A, assayer, r. 341 Jessie 
Athey Andrew, miner, r. Montgomery's Hotel 
Athoi Frank, r. 1153 Mission 
Atkins David, machinist Clay St. Hill E. R., r. 4 Le- 

royPl 
Atkins Eben, porter Yates & Co., r. 429 Clementina 
Atkins Joseph, pipefitter Pacific Mail S. S. Co., r. Ill 

Silver 
Atkins Robert, r. 318 Davis 
Aikins Robert C. (Orr & Atkins), r. 608 Geary 
Atkins William, barkeeper, r. 218 Prospect PI 
Atkinson Annie Mrs.,r. 1106 Clay 
Atkinson C. Elwood, clerk Thomas E. Atkinson, r. S s 
Rutledge A.v bet Cal Av and Columbia PI, Bernal 
Heights 
Atkinson David, proptr California Laundry, r. NW 

cor Church and Elizabeth 
ATKINSON, DOXJD «& CO. (Thomas T. Atkin- 
son and Aaron Doud) , stockbrokers, 337 Pine. 
S. F. Stock Exchange Building 
Atkinson Francis, fireman Engine No. 6, S. F. Fire 

Dept., r. 155 Ji Shipley 
Atkinson George (Atkinson & McFadyen) r. Oakland 
Atkinson George, clerk general freight office Central 

Pac. K. R., r. Oakland 
ATKINSON GEORGE F., fancy woodturner, 259 

First, r. 10 Clementina 
Atkinson Henry T., carpenter Union Box Factory, r. 

Oakland 
Atkinson James, bathman Sanitarium Baths, 2210- 

2212 Powell 
Atkinson James, importer and dealer wines and 

liquors 1021 Market, r. 41 Tehama 
Atkinson James W., printer Alta California, r. 24 How 
Atkinson J. B. (L. Atkinson & Co.), r. Philadelphia 
Atkinson Josejih H., r. 1032 Broadway 
ATKINSON Li. «& CO. (J. B. Atkinson), shirt and 

collar warehouse, 22 Sansom 
Atkinson Louis (L. Atkinson & Co.), r. 728 Sutter 
Atkinson Nathan, real-estate, office 507 Montgomery, 

r. 807 Tyler 
Atkinson Philip Q., coUarmaker Main & Winchester, 

r. 371 Minna 
Atkinson Richard E., waiter The Baldwin, r. 764 Har- 
rison 
Atkinson Rose H. (widow) , r. 371 Minna 
Atkinson Thomas, r. W s Church bet Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth 



Atkinson Thomas, boatbuilder, r. SW cor Mission 
and Sjiear 

Atkinson Tliomas, real-estate, r. 24 Howard 

ATKINSON THOMAS E., mining secretary, 
ofUce 318 Pine, rooms 18-19, r. 208 Eigliteenth 

Atkinson Thomas T. (Atkinson, Doud & Co.) , r. 112 
Hyde 

Atkinson W. E., waiter The Baldwin, r. 764 Harrison 

Atkinson William, sailmaker J. S. Blakiston & Son, r. 
SE cor Clay and Drumm 

Atkinson William J., surgeon O. & O. S. S. Australia 

Atkinson & McFadyen (George Atkinson and Archi- 
bald McFadyen) wheelwrights and general black- 
smiths, 42 Vallejo 

ATLANTA MINING CO. (West Tintic, Utah), 
E. B. Jago secretary, office 420 Montgomery, 
room 13 

Atlantic Consolidated Mining Co, (Lyon Co., Nev.) , 
David Wilder secretarv, office 328 Mont, room 21 

ATLANTIC GIANT POWDER CO,, Henry 
Pichoir secretarj', office 10 California ' 

Atlantic Hall, Heimburg & Trost proptrs, 308 Fran- 
cisco 

Atlantic Straw Works, James M. Forrest proptr, 132 
Fourth 

ATLAS IRON WORKS, Husing & Jardine 
proptrs, 225 and 227 Beale 

Atlas Mills, coflee cleaning, W. H. Miner proptr, 25 
Stevenson 

ATLAS MINING CO, (West Tintic, Utah) E. B. 
Jago secretary, office 420 Montgomerj', room 13 

Attel Marks, watchmaker and jeweler, 344 Third 

Attell Seymour, tailor, 37 Third, r. 729 Folsom 

Atterbury Alexander, bookkeeper James N. McCune.r. 
206 Nineteenth 

Attinger Daniel, r. 270 First 

Attinger Frederick, tailor Joseph T. Poheim, r. 141 
Minna 

Attinger Gottlieb, shoemaker, 117 Leidesdorff, r. 5 
Elizabeth 

Attinger John, cutter Joseph T. Poheim, r. NE cor 
Twenty-fourtn and Noe 

Attridge Arthur, shoemaker S. W. Levy, r. Noe, bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Attridge Edward, porter McAran & Co., r. 1010 Filbert 

Attridge Thomas, laborer, r. 741 Market 

Attwater Thomas, bootblack, SW cor Sansom and 
Sutler, r. 23 Jessie, rear 

Attwood George, teamster Presidio Reservation 

Atwell Elward E., driver Omnibus R; R.. r. 745 How 

Atwill Joseph F. (Atwill &Co.), r. Oakland 

Atwill & Co. (Joseph F. Atwell) proptrs Western 
Mining Agency, office Pioneer Hall, 808 Mont 

Atwood Burdett L., driver City R. E., r. 1801 Mission 

Atwood Caroline L. Mrs., assistant Girls' High School, 
r. 1511 Clay 

Atwood Charles, master mariner, r. 2230 Hyde 

Atwood Ernest C., machinist William T. Garratt, r. 
535 Ji Stevenson 

Atwood George A., machinist .ffitna Iron Works, r. 
24 Sixth 

Atwood George E. (Nichols & Atwood) , r. 169 Perry 

Atwood Lucy Mrs., r. 221 Seventh 

Atwood William, assistant secretary Pacific Stock 
Exchange, r. 215 Kearny 

Atzeroth Frederick (Lemmermann k Atzeroth), r. 
IIJ^ HoUis 

Atzeroth Henry (Atzeroth & Moller), r. NEcorGough 
and Austin 

Atzeroth k MoUer (H. Atzeroth and J. Moller), gro- 
ceries and liquors, NE cor Gough and Austin 

Aub Phillip D. (Phillip D. Aub & Co.), r. 715 Polk 

Aub Phillip D. k Co. (William M. Jacobs), stock- 
brokers, office 324 J^ Montgomery 

Auber Eugene, r. 637 Pacific 

Auber Frank, carpenter and blindmaker, r. 44 Clem 

Aubert Albert, hams, bacon, etc., 10 San Francisco 
Market, r. 3 Graham PI 

Aubert Charles, waiter fttm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 

Aubert Paul J., jeweler, r, 620 Fulton 

Aubert Paul L., clerk Verdier, Moreau & Co., r. 1314 
O'Farrell 

Aubrey Charles A., tinsmith George H. Tay k Co., r. 
5(i2 Natoma 

Aubrey Francis O., contractor, r. NE cor Twenty- 
third and Chattanooga 

Audemard E. Mrs., laundry, 470 Tehama 

Audemard Emanuel, porter H. Schroeder k Co., r. 470 
Tehama 

Audet Louis, machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 202 Fifth 



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Audifred Hyppolite, wood dealer, r. 1323 Bush 
AUDITOR CITY AND COUXTY, office new 

City Hall, first floor 
Anerbach L. & Co. (Simon L. Goldberg), cigars and 

tobacco, iV2 Sacrameuto 
Anerbach Leopold, merchant (Helena, Mon.), r. 1516 

Post 
Anerbach Louis (L. Anerbach & Co.), r. Kill Bush 
Auerbach Louis, office o-i'J Clay, r. Oakland 
Anfrichtig Morris, jewelry manufacturer. Vim Sixth 
AUGER B. E;.<&C0., importers and commission 

merchants, and agents Buena Vistu Viuicultural 

Soc, 4(W Battery 
Auger Bernard E. (B. E. .\nger & Co.) , r. 826 Howard 
Auger Elenor Miss, laundress, r. 523 Hayes 
Auger Evigene. clerk B. £. Auger & Co., r. 820 Howard 
Auger Flora Mrs., milliner, 021 Larkin 
Auger John, r. 021 Larkin 

Auger Louis, carpenter, r. lK-)7 Stevenson, pear 
Aug'-rst.in F., musician, r. 51;S Howard 
Auggard B.," waiter S. S. Oregon, Oregon S. S. Co. 
Augsburgh Frederick (Fawcett K Augsburgh), r. 63 

Miuua 
Augur L. S., r. 8 Second av 

August John, laborer S. F. Grading and Macadamiz- 
ing Co., Long Bridge 
Augiisi Kate Miss, domestic SW cor Columbia and 

Tw.uty-fifth 
Augustin William, cabinetmaker George Thomas, r. 

2323 Harrison 
Augustine Morris (Rosenbaum & Co.), r. 23 Kearny 
Augustiny John, market S£ cor Turk and Polk. r. 783 

Eddy 
AuguHtiuy Y., gardener, r. cor Van Ness Av and Oak 
Aujusto Fi-lippe, cook Lisbon House, 415 Drumm 
Augustus Joseph, painter, r. 1110 Montgomery 
Aul Genrge, chicken ranch. Silver Av, nr University 

Mound Colli^ge 
Aulbach Adam, foreman Daily Exchange, r. 122 Post 
Auld M. (widow), r. 214 Perry 
Auld Robert W., r. 214 Perry 

Ault Charles G., engineer Capitol Mills, r. 409 Steven- 
son 
Ault Henry W., conductor Southern Pac. R. R., r. 

Fourth 
Ault Joseph P., laborer, r. 235 Minna 
Ault Matthias, miller Martcnstein K Deming, r. 

Mission 
Ault M. M. (widow), r. 810 Taylor 
Aultenburg Pauline (widow), r. 820 Greenwich 
Aimiaun Frederick, liquor saloon, 010 Jackson, r. 608 

Jackson 
Auradou A. L. & Co. (.Ajthur Freling and George 

TiaHay), game and poultry, 1 Clay Street Cen- 
tral Market 
Anradciu .V.Leon (A. L. Auradou&Co.), r. 1309 Powell 
Aureola Gold A: Silver Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.), 

T. S. Fitch secretary, olU. <• 240 Mo:it, rooms 5 and 6 
Aurlck Charles, mariner, r. 10 Hcny 
Aurora Tunnel and Miniag Co. (Bodie). C. V. L>. 

Hubbard secretary, olfioe Cosiuopolitau Hotel, 

room2'J 
Aurouze Marius (Marius A'.irouze k Co.), r. 519 Fil- 
bert 
Aurouze Marlus & Co. (Edward Flicourt), hairdress- 

ing saloon, 203 Montgomery Av 
Aurra Frank, r. 1203 Union 
AuB<r Elijah W.. r. 500 Idnden 
Ausman ott<j H., furniture dealer, 1028 Mission, r. 

250 Tehama, rear 
AuHHcreHse Frederick, teamste^'. r. 222 Fifth 
Austerniuhle Charles H., cook Ernest Luesmann, r. 

213 Prospe.t PI 
AUHTIX B. C, Un can and box factory, 310 Clay, 

r. 120 Tenth 
Austin Benjamin F., gilder, r. 134 Rose Av 
Austin C. li., sU>rekceper O. & O. S. S. Australia 
Austin Cliarli-.-i G.. carpenter, r. 7 Park Av 
Austin David S, captain Pacific Mail 8. 8. City of 

Punnina 
Austin Edwin, stevedore A. C. Frcese 
Austin Emmu, ilomestic 111 Leavenworth 
Austin Emmet, bookkeeper S. L. Mastick & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Austin Frank B., editor, r. Grand Hotel 
Austin Frederick, seaman, r. NE cor Howard and 

St.\iart 
Anstln Henry, dentist. olBcc and r 034 Washington 
Austin Henry, longshoreman , r. 401 Spear 
Austin Henry, seaman, r. Sailors' Hume 



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Austin Henrv S., with Thomas H. Selby & Co., r. 19 

Glen Park Av 
Austin Herbert, seaman ship Robert Dixon, Harrison 

iit.Wharf 
Aiistin James, r. Palace Hotel 
Austin John, carpenter, r. E s Mission nr Lizzie 
Au.stin -John, carpenter, r. Philadelphia House 
Austin John, letter carrier S. F. Post-office, r. 2439 

Califor.ia 
Austin Joseiih, drayman Crane, Hastings & Co. . r. 516 

Seventh 
Austin Joseph, port warden, office 525 Front, r. Palace 

Hotel 
Austin Laurel, teamster Renner & Co., r. 426 Bran 
Austin Marcus E. real-estatebroker, office 039 Kearny, 

r. cor Fourteenth and Eighth Av. East Oakland 
Austin Matthew, master bark Catalina, r. 2130 How 
Austin Sampson Jr., i)acker R. A. Swain & Cu., r. 1014 

Post 
Austin Thaddeus T., letter carrier S. F. Post-office, r. 

24:39 California 
Austin Theodore A., bellman The Baldwin, r. 136 

Sixth 
Austin Thomas, r. Coso House 

Austin Thomas, cook Thomas Tompkins, r. 135 Post 
Austin William, waiter Pacific Mail S. S. Granada 
Austrian Mutual Benev. Soc, room 71, New Mont 
AUSTRO HUXGARIAN EMPIRE, Rudolph 

Hochkofler Consul, office 203 Front 
Autagne George, laundryman, r. Victoria nr San 

Miguel Station 
Autey William H., clerk Medovich & Co., r. 108 Min 
Autocrat Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.), Charles W. 

Crane secretary, office 328 Montgomery, room 10 
Auvrav Frank, teamster Vermeil & Wellington, r. 

008 Fourth 
AVALANCHE THE (Insurance monthly), R. B. 

Caverly editor, office 417 California 
Avalos Crispin, compositor La Sociedad 
.A. van John, corporal police City Hall, r. 13 Tehama 
Avansini Antonio, r. 720 Green, rear 
Avarrd August. Ltborer. r. 132 Virginia 
AVENUE HOUSE, Jo.*eph Koster proptr, NE 

cor Geary and Central Av 
Averell Wilson, truckman, cor Front and Oregon 
Averill Jackson L., bookkeeper Henry M. I31ack, r. 

923 Harrison 
Averill see Everill 
Avery A. N. Mrs., homeopathic physician, office and 

r. 530 Pine 
Avery B. P. Mrs., r. 733 Bush 
Avery Charles, carpenter, r. 1009 Clay 
Averv Clark, contractor, r. 1609 Clay 
Avery Dean R. (D. R. Avery k Co.), r. 1911 Polk 
Avery D. R. & Co. (Dean R. Avery) fruits and vege- 
tables, 18-19 Centre Market 
Avery Eunice H. (widow) , r. NWcor Iowa and Solano 
Averv Fannie Mrs., copyist, r. 1325 Sacramento 
AVERY FRANCIS, secretary Saucelito Land and 

Ferry Co., office 320 Sansom, r. Saucelito 
Avery George H., carpenter, r. 1009 Clay 
Avery Harry, blacksmith John H. Tyrrell, r. 675 Miss 
Avery James E., tinsmith, r. Uansa Hotel 
Avery Jasper W., carpenter, r. ICOl* Clay 
Avery John F.. horse clipper, r. 3037 Sixteenth 
Avery Joseph, laundryman, r. 1013 Stockton 
Avery Judson. clerk D. R. Avery k Co., r. Minnesota 

bet Solano and Mariposa 
Avery Robert J., foreman R. C. Hanson & Co., r. 676 

Mission 
Avery Ross, carpenter, r. S s Montezuma, nr Califor- 
nia Av.Berual Heights 
Avery William, porter Hartshome & Waters, r. 24 

Venma PI 
Avey R. B., captain stm George Harley, Second St 

Wharf 
Avilez Ramon, seaman, r. Steuart Street House 
Avinno John, hairdresser, 712 Pacific 
Avy C. Mrs., r. 729 California 
AVY EUGENE, wholesale dealer sheep and wool 

commission merchant, office 320 Sansom, room 

7. r. 310 Lombard 
Axel Fannie Miss, domestic 815 Tyler 
Axel Mary (widow), r. 20 >6 Stevenson Av 
Axford William, molder Columbia Foundry, r. W s 

Noe, bet Jersey and Twenty fifth 
Axfortl William Jr., with M. k A Hansen, r. W s Noe, 

bet Jersey and Twenty-fifth 
Axtell George, barkeeper Hocking & Peters, r. 6 

Central PI 



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Axtell James, compositor Edward Bosqui & Co. 
Axtell Johu, cook, r. 15 Oak Grove Av 
Axtell W. M,, painter, r. 909 Kearny 
Axtman Leojiold, bakery aud confectionery, 500 Hayes 
Aydeliitt Mary Miss, housekeeper St. Luke's Hospital 
Aver Clarence E., local policeman, r. 312 !<i Waller 
Ayer James, longshoreman, r. 448 Bryant 
Ayer John K., painter, r. 413 Minna 
Ayer Joseph S., carpenter, r. 724 Seventeenth 
Ayer Joseph Y., carpenter and builder, 724 Seven- 
teenth 
Ayer Lizzie Mrs. (widow), r. 156 Third 
AYER WASHINGTON, physician, office 410 

Kearny, r. 1022 Clay 
Ayer. See Eyre 

Ayers Alonzo B., local policeman, r. 1030 Broadway 
Ayers Charles H. (Ayers & Co.), r. Oakland 
Ayers Charles L., conductor Market St. E. K., r. NVV 

cor Eddy and Fillmore 
Ayers Edward H., clerk Bowen Bros., r. 10 Cal 
Ayers Frank B., clerk E. Pettijobn, r. 9.52 H(.)ward 
Ayers Frederick (Ayers & Ward), r. 935 Mission, rear 
Ayers George W., r. E s Carolina, nr Santa Clara 
Ayers Grosvenor V., salesman Holbrook, Merrill & 

Steison, r. 1605 Tyler 
Ayers Hurr3% liquor saloon, 1 Stockton, r. 105 Stockton 
Ayers Humphrey, carriagesmith, r. 920 Dolores 
AYERS IRA Jr., agent Oswego, starch, and com- 
mission merchant, 116 Fronf, r. Oakland 
Ayers James, lumber dealer, r. 517 M Fourth 
Ayers J. C. Mrs. (widow), r. E s Carolina, nr Santa 

Clara 
Ayers John, master mariner, r. NE cor Louisiana and 

Sierra 
Ayers John C, corporal police City Hall, r. 1504!<j 

Franklin 
Ayers Joshua B., cigarmaker, r. E s Carolina, nr Santa 

Clara 
Ayers Maggie Miss, tailoress Henry Harmon, r. 517}<j 

Fourth 
Ayers Mary Miss, tailoress Henry Harmon r. 517 J^ 

Fourth 
Ayers Mary P., adjuster coiner's department U. S. 

Mint, r. 1 Fifth 
Ayers Michael, manager D. M. Osborne & Co., office 

254 Market, r. Oakland 
Ayers Robert E., machinist, r. Es Carolina, nr Santa 

Clara 
Ayers William, special policeman, r. Es Santa Clara, 

nr Carolina 
Ayers & Co. (C. H. Ayers), publishers the Farmer 

and Dealer, and proptrs Lion Rnke, office 258 Mrkt 
Ayers & Ward (Frederick Ayers and William Ward), 

liquor saloon, 969 Mission 
Aylor Edward, helper Perry Edwards, r. 54 First 
Aylward Alice Miss, domestic 3 Bowles PI 
Aylward James, laborer, r. 512 Mission 
Aylward John J., machinist Golden State & Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 37 Minna 
Ayres Emnia (widow) , r. 630 Sutter 
Ayres Henry, machinehand Albert Washburn, r. 1016 

Minna 
Ayres John Q., office 202 Sansom, room 4, r. 1516 Cal 
Ayres Joseph, carpenter, r. SE cor Beach andLarkin 
AyreS Joshua I., mining, office 318 Pine, rooms 32-34, 

r. Oakland 
Ayres Robert E., machinist Globe Iron Works, r. 

Jackson Park 
Ayres William, shipcaulker, r. Twelfth Av, bet N and 

P, South S. F 
Ayres & Hopkins, Silver Mining Co. (Ormsby Co., 

Nev.), Joseph W. Morgan secretary, office 318 

Pine, rooms 32 and 34 
Azevedo Fernando, seaman, r. 415 Drumm 
Azevedo Joaquin F., physician and surgeon, office 808 

Kearny, r. Hotel Rhein 
Aztec Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Arizona) , John D. 

Graham secretary, office 302 Montgomery, rooms 

14 and 15 
Azure King Mining Co. (Arizona) , John H. Sayre sec- 
retary, office 330 Pine, room 36 



Baago Peter, master mariner, r. 503 Folsom 
Baago Robert, cook, r. 503 Folsom 
Baagoe Andrew, laborer Hermann Harms, r. Wash- 
ington Hotel 



Baaser Ferdinand, distiller, r. Thirteenth Av, bet N 

and P, South S. F 
Babb James, bootblack, r. 65 Everett 
Bttbb M. E. (Babb <t Inman , and attorney at law, 

office and r. 118 Post 
Babb & Inman (M. E. Babb and William luman), col- 

lector doctors' bills, 118 Post, room 3 
Babbe Ellen Miss, r. 47 ii Clara 
Babbitt A. A. Mrs., medium, r. 227 O'Farrell 
Babbitt Carrie Miss, solicitor, r. 227 O'Farrell 
Babbitt John H., propr Excelsior Straw Works, 806 

Howard 
Babcock Albert, printer, r. 507 Ellis 
Babcock Benjamin E., r. 1124 McAllister 
Babcock George A., compositor Daily Stock Report, 

r. 507 Ellis 
Babcock Harry, clerk Parrott & Co., r. 11 Essex 
Babcock Johu, r. 439 Jessie 
Babcock Jolm, master mariner, r. 623 Davis 
Babcock Johu P., theatrical agent, r. 126 Tyler 
Babcock Lafayette M., foreman George H. Tay & Co., 

r. 2003 Chestnut, Oakland 
Babcock S)las, laborer, r. 278 Tehama 
Babcock William (Parrott & Co.) , r. 17 Stanley PI 
Babcock William F. (Parrott k Co.), r. 11 Essex 
Babendurereh J., seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Baber Andrew J., insurance agent, r. 215 Green 
Raber Edward, bartender Hagcman & Haquette, r. 29 

Dupout 
Babin L. C. (Landry & Babin), r. 319 Union 
Babkirk Frederick, watchman Sutter St. R. R., r. 1828 

Vallejo 
Babson Edward (C. L. Taylor & Co.), r. Boston 
Babylon George P., engineer Fulton Iron Works, r. 

42 Louisa 
Baca Pablo, butcher, r. 1031 Clay 
Baccala John, fisherman, r. 894 Front 
Baccala Louis (Bocken & Baccala), r. 630 Sacramento 
Bacchi Santi, laborer George Martin, r. 635 Vallejo 
Bacchus Henry F., bookbinder, r. 357 First 
Bacci Joseph (Pietro George & Co.), r. 800 Broadway 
Baccus Benjamin, porter Cutting Packing Co., r. 3213^ 

O'Farrell, rear 
Baccus Delia, with S. Monks, r. 303 O'Farrell 
Baccus Richard T., butcher SW cor O'Farrell and Ma- 
son, r. 119 Ellis 
Baccus. See Backess and Backus 
Bace Antonio, Austrian Beuev. Soc, 71 New Mont 
Bacelli Attillie, fisherman, NE cor 'Vallejo and Front 
Bach .\brahaur. Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Keamy 

and Morton 
Bach Aua;iist E., laboror, r. 3 Morel PI 
Bach Catherine (widow), r. 22 Russ, rear 
Bach Charles (Scherr, Bach & Lux), r. 1583 Folsom 
Bach D., r. 20()i Taylor 
Bach Ferdinand, cabinetmaker Union Furniture 

Mauuf Co., r. 22 Buss 
Bach Frank, baker, r. 409 Pacific 

Bach Frederick W., bookkeeper Kline & Co., r. 2001 
Taylor • 

Bach H., iJorter Lick House 
Bach Harry P., hairdresser Kammerer 4 Koch, r. 1116 

Leavenworth 
Bach Isaac (Bach & May) , r. .50 Third 
Bach Johfl (Bach, Meese & Co.), r. 2022 Mission 
BACH. MEESE «fc CO. (John Bach and Herman 
Meese) , successors to United Anaheim Wine 
Growers' Assn, wholesale liquors, and agents C. 
Conrad's Budweiser Beer, 321 Montgomery 
Bach Morris, driver Golden Gate Laundry, S s Six- 
teenth, bet Second Av and Valencia 
Bach Rosa (widow), ]i(iuor saloon, 421 Drumm 
Bach William F., clerk Bach, Meese & Co., r. 2022 Mi.ss 
Bach & May (Isaac Bach and Louis May), proxirietors 
Golden Gate Laundry. S s Sixteenth, bet Second 
Av and Valencia 
Bachelder Alvah H., salesman Holt Brothers, r. Oak- 
land 
Bflchelder Charles S., bookkeeper Pacific Bank, r. 333 

Geary 
Bachelder Eliza Mrs., dressmaker, r. 135 Hayes 
Bachelder Frank J., salesman Seth Thomas Clock Co., 

r. 1111 Facific 
Bachelder Harry, clerk, r. Fuirmount Tract, nr School 

House 
Bachelder Hiram, carrier Alta California 
Bai:hclder Horace W., clerk, r. Fairmount Tract, nr 

School House 
Bachelder James W., weigher Mission Bay Ware- 
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Bachelder John W., attorney at law, oflSce 625 Mer- 
chant, r. 1106 Keamr 
Baehelder Sarah C. (widow), r. Fairmount Tract, nr 

School House 
BACHEO^DER THOMAS F., attorney at law. 

ofittce 62-2 Clay, r. 307 Louibard 
Baehelder William K., carpenter, r. 135 Hayes 
BacherFrant, dairyman, Fairmount Tract, nr School 

House 
Bacher Frank A., millinery. 406 Kearny 
Bacher Jchn. dairvuiau, r. Helvetia Hotel 
Bachert August, salesman B. XatLan & Co., 1357 Post 
BACHMAX BROTHERS (Herman S.,Xathan S.. 

David S., and lieopold S.). imrorters foreign and 

domestic drv goods. 10 and I'i Battery 
Bachman Charles, clerk A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 502 

Bush 
Bachman David S. (BachmanBros., , r. 1107 Van Nees 

Av 
Bachman Emil, clerk Henry Balzer Jc Co., r. Oakland 
Bachman Felix, r. 319 Tyler 
Bachman Frederick, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 11 

Kate 
Bachman Herman S. (Bachman Bros, ' , r. Kcw York 
Bachman Leopold S. (Bachman Bros.), r. 619 Leav 
Bachman Nathan S. (Bachman Bros.), r. 1716 Tan 

Xess .\v 
Bachman Simon (Esberg, Bachman i Co.),r. lOOiVan 

Xess .\v 
Bachmann -Jacob, locksmith, r. 75.S Clay 
Bachmann Madeline, domestic Fritz Dirking, N s 

Fair.\v.. near Mission 
Bachrack M. Mrs., t-eacher sieging, r. 2h Ellis 
Bacigalupi Amelia Miss, r. 9 Calhoun 
Bacigalupi Antone, vegetables, r. Ss Tandewater, nr 

Mason 
Bacigalupi Antonio, porter George H. Tay & Co.,r. 

1120 Sacramento 
Bacisalnpi .\ntonio L. (Bacigalupi i Casass.a) r. N s 

Masou, bet Francisco and Bay 
Bacigalupi Carlo, drayman, r. 19 Lafayette PI 
Bacigalupi Charles, butcher, hE cor Leavenworth 

and Pa'-ific 
Bacigalupi Francisco, distiller H. Westerfeld. r. 10 

TTninn PI 
Bacigalupi Gaetano, melter melter and refiners' de- 
partment r. S. Mint, r. 524 Filbert 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, boots and sh"es, 1404 Dupont 
Batigalupi .Jean B.. laborer, r. 11 rnion Pi 
Bacigalupi .Joseph, woodcarver. r. 1805 Mason 
Bacigalupi Livia. Italian Benev. Soc.,423 Wash 
Bacigalupi Louis (Sturla & Bacigalupi). r. 519 Union 
Bacigal'ipi Louis, gardener, r. 2309 Masou 
Bacigalupi Paul, painter G. B. Deferrari, r. 14 Pol- 
lard PI 
Bacigalupi & Cassssa (Antonio L. Bacigalupi and Ste- 
phen Casassa) , fruit and vegetables, 507 Wash 
Bacigalupo Angelo. bootblack P. Martiu. r.9 Calhoun 
Bacigalnpo Guiseppe, bootblack, r. 1117 34 Eearny 
Bacigaluiio Paolu (Demartini & Bacigalupo), r. 443 

Green, rear 
B-icigalupo T. D., manuf wine. 1419 Dupont 
Bacizza George, n-stanrant. 358)% Third, r. 350 Third 
Ha'k Matthia.M, cellarman J. <'. Haberling, r. 273 Stev 
Hac ke Frank, upholsterer, r. 2022 Suiter 
Backer August, i-abinetmaker, r. S s Twenty-fifth, bet 

Vicksburg and Sanchez 
Backer Henry, baker William Backer, r. 103C Clay 
Backer Louis, jjiigineer, r. 18 First 
Backer William, bakery, 1036 ( lay 
Backess Charles E., compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 

1005 Vallejo 
Backrath Mary, domestic S08Bush 
Backrout .Jacob, longshon-man, r. l'X)7 Powell 
Backstcilt Williniu. «addlery and harness, SE cor 

Siittenth and Folsom 
Backstroiii Otto, ronjier G. Olson 
Backus Charles, captain schr American Girl, r. 121 

Francisi-o 
Backus Christine (widow), r. !19 F.ilt'jn 
Backus Fred, clerk, r. 725 Callfiriiia 
Backus Jerome, real estate. 1103 Sutter 
Backus Ji>hn. groceries and liquors. SE cor Mission 

and Bond 
Backus Oscar J. (George H. Tay i Co.) . r. 1320 Eighth, 

Oakland 
Backus Pliillp M.. accouutaut, r. 725 California 
Backus Samuel W., clerk A. M. Simpson i Brother, 

r. 904 McAllister 
Bacome Henry, driver Market St. R. R., r. 1.^30 Eddy 



Bacome William, hostler Omnibus R. R., r. 258 Clem- 
entina, rear 

Bacon , stockbroker, office 322 Montgomery 

Bacon A. A. Mrs., assistant Market and Seventh Street 
Primary School, r. 334 Turk 

Bacon Alonzo P., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 
Nucleus House 

Bacon Bridget (widow) , laundress, r. 1520 Washing- 
ton, rear 

Bacon Charles A., mining engineer, ofBce 320 Sansom, 
room 12 

Bacon Charles R.. r. 520 OFarrell 

Bacon D. W., steward Tug Neptune, Broadway Wharf 

Bacon Edward L. (Meacham and Bacon) r. 2735 Miss 

Bacon E. T.. agent Cal. Paint Co., 329 Market, r. Cos- 
mopolitan Hotel 

Bacon Francis H.. salesman Edward S. Spear Ac Co.,r. 
106 Post 

Bacon Francis W., r. 1S12 Van Ness Av 

Bacon Frank F., conductor Clay St. Hill B. R., r. 1202 
Leavenworth 

Bacon George H.. assistant superintendent N. B. and 
Mission R. R., r. 820 Fulsom 

Bacon Henry, driver Central R. R. 

BACON HEXRV D., real-estate, office 305 Sansom, 
r. Oakland 

Bacon Horace, deputy V. S. Marshal, r. C75 Mission 

Bacon Jacob (Bacon & Co.). r. 412 Taylor 

Bacon John, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 

Bacon John B., liquor saloon, 38 Sixth, r. 410 Minna 

Bacon John P. (Messer, Bac^n & Co.), r. Palace Hotel 

Bacon Joseph S., agent Boston Underwriters, and 
school director, oflice 316 California, r. 1327 Leay 

Bacon J. V., clerk Pioneer White Lead Works 

Bacon Lewis, teamster Joseph W. Wesson, r. NE cor 
Caijp and Nineteenth 

Bacon Martiu (Randolph, Mackintosh & Co.), r. 
Oakland 

Bacon Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 1520 Washigaton.rear 

Bacon N. H. (widow), r. Grand Hotel 

Bacon P. B., mining, r. 730 Sixteenth 

Bacon Sarah E. Mrs., adjuster coiner's department 
U. S. Mini. r. 1032 Folsom 

Bacon William, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 

Bacon William O., clerk Redington k Co., r. 334 T\irk 

BACOX <&: CO. (Jacob Bacon and James E. Ager; , 
book and job printers. NW cor Sansom and Clay 

BACQ,U]:E HEXRY, wines and Mquors, 1301 
Stockton, r. 700 Broadway 

Badaracco Antonio, wood and coal. 1516 Stockton, r. 
533 Green 

Badaracco David, bootblack, NE cor Montgomery and 
Washington, r. 519)5 Greenwich, rear 

Badaracco Lnigi, wood and coal, SW cor Polk and 
California 

BadarousS., collector Madison & Burke, r. 432 Twenty- 
second 

Baddeley William B., conductor Central R. R., r. 531 
Linden 

Bade Addie Miss, domestic 317 Franklin 

Bade Joseph, cook, r. 931 Market 

Bader Charles J., hairdresser, 640 Market, r. 531 
Fourth 

Bader Gotfried, bakery, 531 Fourth 

Bader John, agent Floyd & O'Connor, r. 1400 Stockton 

Bader William, laborer Michael B.Moraghan, r. 336 
Fifth 

Badgeley William, tailor, r. 6 Clara Lane 

Badger Consolidated Mining Co. (Elko Co., Kev.), 
W. R. Townsend secretary, office :>09 Montgomery 

Badger Ella F. Miss, actress, r.^ Torreus Court 

Badger George H., r. 138 McAllister 

Badger Hill J: Cherokee Gravel Mining Co., H. Pichoir 
secretary, office 10 California 

Badger James, express wagon NW cor Market and 
Eddy, r. 33?* Langton 

Badger Josie .\. Miss, milliner, r, 5 Torrens Court 

BADGER WILLIAM G., wholesale clothing, 
and furnishing goods, and agents pianos, and or- 
gans, 7 .Sansom, r. Fruit Vale 

Badger Central Park (Oakland) , office 300 Kearny 

Badgley Eugene F., salt sman Abraham Andiews, r. 
Russ House 

Badgley Jay S., brakeman Southern Pac. R. E., r. 710 
Folsom 

BADL.AM ALEXANDER, assessorcity and coun- 
ty, office; new City Hall, first floor, r. 708 Cal 

Badlam .Alexander Sr., r. 926 Clay 

Ba<ilam A. T., copyist Municipal Court of Appeals, r. 
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Badlam Ezra B., deputy County AFseB'or, r. ItOw rnion 
Badt Alexander L., bookkeeper P. Ber'Rin i L'rolhcr, 

r. 1305 Gough 
Badt Morris, merchant (Elko, andWells.NevJ.cflSce 

111 Battery, r. Ii35 Ellis 
Baebler Frederick, machinist J. H.Schintz,r. 436 Bneb 
Baecke Charles, shoefitter, r. 19 Stockton PI 
Baebr Gustave A., painter, r. 205 Seventh 
Baehr Henry, jeweler Williim Baehr, r. 1751 Sec 
Baehr John M., liquor Falotn, 414 San, r. & Valpaiaiso 
Baehr Theresa, housekeeper, r. 205 Seventh 
Baebr ■VSillitm, manufacturing jeweler, IJ49 Sacra- 
mento, r. 1721 Sacramento 
Baehr William Jr., clerk Henry Ealzer i Co., r. 1721 

Sacramento 
Baer Charles, clerk Charles Caro, r. 511 Stevenson 
Baer Emil (Lauten & Baer) r. 115 Virginia 
Baer Henry, dairyman Jatcb Earjmfcn, r. X 6 Filbert, 

bet Pierce and Steiner 
Baer Isaac, cigars and tobacco, iOO Sixth, T.iSiH Clem 
Baer Isidor, r. 212 Sutter 
Baer Kate Miss, domestic 720 McAllister 
Baer Max, salesman Samuel Leszynsky k Bros., r. 

212 Sutter 
Baerne Jacob (Laufifer & Eaerne), r. 724 Mission 
Baettge Peter (Brugge & Baettge), r. Oregon, bet 

Davis and Drumm 
Baez Venancia (widow), r. 1519 Stockton 
Baffigo Giovanci, vegetables, 9 Colombo Market 
Bagala Leo, confectionery, 1517 Polk 
Bagaley Ralph, r. Palace Hotel 
Bagger Joseph, sawyer Pacific Box Factory, r. 1217 

Kearny 
Baggett William T. CWilliamT. Baggett i Co.) r. ISO 

Geary 
Baggett William T. & Co., publishers and proprietors 

Pacific Coast Law Journal, e.ffice 409 Washingtcn 
Baggs Alexander, clerk Isaac I5aggs, r. 1142 5^ Market 
BAGGS ISAAC, attorney at law, office and r. 

1142;^ Market 
Bagley A. D. (widow), r. 28 Liberty 
Bagley Andrew, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Bagley Jeremiah, hostler City Cab and Transfer Co. 
Bagley John, shoemaker, r. 477 Jessie 
Bagley Michael, molder, r. SW cor Seventeenth and 

Sherman 
Bagley Perkins H., clerk, r. 4 Park PI 
Bagley Peter, laborer, r. 34 Frederick 
Bagley Samuel, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Bagley William P.. contractor and plasterer, r. 1142}^ 

Market 
Bagnall John, assistant Geary Street Grammar 

School, r. 356 Jessie 
Bagnall Joseph J., deckhand stm Emma, -Jackson St. 

Wharf 
Bagnasco Policarpo, photographer, r. 417 Sut, rear 
Bagnetto Nicholas, cook. r. SW cor Mason and Jack 
Bagnoli Temistoelo. r. 423 Broadway 
Bagot Frederick, solicitor D. Hicks K Co. r. 1023 Stock 
Bagot George, journalist, r. St. Charles Hotel 
Bagutte Alexander, painter Noble Bros., r. 102G Stock 
Bahl Le.uis, lifiuor saloon, r. 249 Stevenson 
Bahl William, carpenter, r. 207 Post 
Bahlmann Henry, cltrk Philadelphia Brewery, r. 2231 

Howard 
Bahlmann Hermann, r. 109 Tehama 
Bahls John F. W. (Althof & Bahls) , r. Oakland 
Bahnson William J., waiter Bohemian Club, r. 27 

Stone 
Bahr Frederick, butcher Henry Whitman, r. 823 Green- 
wich 
Bahr William A., boots and shoes, 107 Sixth 
Bahren Emanuel, shoemaker, r. 629, Hi I'nion 
Bahrenfuss Henry, carpenter, r. l-'SOy Mason 
Bahrs Andrew S.," insurani e broker, r. 814 Vallejo 
Bahrs John, drayman Moulton & Co., r. 1216 Pacific 
Bahit Martin, groceries and liquors, NE cor Seventh 

and Cleveland, r. 311 Seventh 
Baiggs John, stableman, r. 127 Jackson 
Bail Adolf, with Lfichman & Jacobi, r. 950 Folsom 
Bail Paul, tailor Henry Planz, r. 528 Bush 
Bailey — , bookkeeper, r. 219 Mason 
Bailey Amos J., capitalist, r. 417 J<j Pine 
Bailey Ann (widow), shoefitter. r. 272 Jessie 
Bailey Byron, butcher Ernest Weber, r. 168 Tehama 
Bailey C. E. Mrs., cashier Palace Hotel Restaurant 
Bailey Charles, extraman Engine No. 2, S. F. F. D., r. 

209 Kearny 
BAUiEY CHARLES A., building and real estate, 

olfice 320 Sansom, room 57, r. Oakland 



Bailey Charles B., clerk, r. 914 Powell 

Bailey Charles E.. brakeman, r. £02 Third 

Bailey Charles E., driver Mutual Ice Co. 

Bailey Charles H.. seaman, r. 139 Silver 

Bailey David T., r. 2t3 Ritih 

Bailey E. F., driver Ciiy Cab ind Transfer Co., r. 174 

Jessie 
Baihy E. F., selector O. Liwton & Co., r. OakUnd 
Bailey F. L.. clerk Edward E. PctUr, r.S23 Dupont 
Bailey Frank, plumber, r. 12 Polk 
Bailey Frank, seimau, r. 238 Steuait 
Bailey Frank, waiter, r. 10.33 Heward 
Bailey Frink Mrs., teacher music, r. 1033 Howard 
Bailey Frederick P.. r. 1121 Mitsicu 
Bailey Frederick S., painter Frank C. GiJmau, r. 629 

California 
Bailey George (Bailey k M<Lean),r. 533 Commercial 
Bailey Georfce, r. S s Twenty-sixth let Valencia and 

Bsrtlett 
Bailey George, laborer Superintendent of Streets 
Eai!ty George H. Mrs., r. 1513 Bre adway 
Bailey George W., r. E s Treat Av. bet Twenty-first.and 

Twenty-second 
Bailey George W.. captain U. S. Revenue stm Eich- 

trd Rush, r. .510 Third 
Bailey Henry, cooper, r. 1013 Howard 
Bailey Henry, curled hair manufactory, E s Mifsouri, 

r.r Mariposa 
Bailey Benry, jeweler atd watchmaker, r. Ahlbcrn 

House 
Bailey Henry, painter John Brewster, r. S s Lombard 

bet Larkin and Polk 
Bailey Henry, wood and coal, 128 OFarrell 
Bail^y Isaac L., carriagemaker, r. 911 Harrison 
Bailey James, boilermaker. r. 25 De Eoi m 
Bailey Jimes, carpenter, r. 1023 Stockton 
Bailey James, capitalist, r. Grand Hotel 
Bailey James, clerk Dewey & Co., r. 10 Geneva 
Bailey James, laborer Oderle.-s Excavating Apparatus 

Co., r. SW cor Francisco and Jcnes 
Bailey James, painter Jehn CcoLey, r. Shipley nr 

Sixth 
Bailey James D.. general agent Union Insurance Co., 

office 418 California, r. 1915 Franklin 
Bailey James L., conductcr N. B. and Mission E. E., 

r. 1130 Market 
Bailev James S.. soap peddler, r. 2t9 Dora 
Bailey J. C, clerk Falkuer, Bell k Co., r. The Bald- 
win 
Bailey J. C. major U. S. A., pest surgeon Presidio 

Reservttion 
Bailev John, coot S. S. Cily of Chester, Oregon S. S. 

Co 
Bailey John, painter Thomas Downing 
Eailey John, waiter Palate Hotel, r. 546 Mission 
Bailey John R., seaman, r. 1227 Js Clay 
Bailey Joseph H.,>:tationeiy and trotkery, ISlSStock- 

ti n, r. 8o0 Inion 
BAILET LfWIS H., proptr Cameron House, 519 

SacramcLto 
Bailey L. H. .Jr., deputy county ilerk. r. 508 Leav 
Bailey Nathan J., lutcher, 515 Erytnt, r. i03 Eitch 
Bailey Orrin, uptolsterer James W. Bumham & Co., 

r. 1423 Kearny 
Bailey Patrick, trader, r. 719 Brannan 
Bailev Patrick J., waiter, r. Ife05 3^ Stockton 
Bailey P. C, r. The Baldwin 
Bailev Peter, mi re ceo manufacturer, r. 5 Howard 

Court 
BAILEY ROBERT S., liquor saloon, 222 McAl- 
lister, r. Oakland 
Bailey San.uel C, plumler, r. 1615 Ellis 
Bailey Shep^rd. clerk William Jennings, r. £02 Bdwy 
Bailey S. M. (widcw), r. 757 Howard 
Bailey Themas (Thomas Bailey i Co.), r. Lick House 
Bailey Themas «; Co. (William P. Pyne),proptn-Pac. 

Wool Depot SE <or King and Fifth 
Bailey Themas J., plumber, r. 12 Polk 
Bailey William, clerk, r. 715 Sanchez 
Bailev William, whitener, 662 Mission 
Bailey William 1., porter Thomas W.McCoUam i Co., 

r." Oakland 
Bailey k McLean (George Pailey end William Mc- 
Lean), proptrs Eailroad Lodgings, 533 Com 
Bailifi' Joseph, laborer S. F. Grading and Macadamiz- 

Co., Le>ng Bridge 
Baillargetn Anthony, carpenter, r. Ill Virginia 
Baillie William, porter W. B. Sumner & Co., r. E s 

Sanchez bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Bailly Achille (Bailly Brothers), r. 514 Filbert 



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Bailly Brothers (Arthur anl Achille) , porkpackers, 71 

California Mirket 
Bailly Jules J., porkpacker Bailly Brothers, r. 1719 

Stockton 
Bailly Leon, marblecutter, r. 511 Filbsrt 
Baily Alexander H., capitilist, r. 309 Fell 
Baily Alexander H. Jr., carpenter, r. 30'J Fell 
Baily David, carpenter, r. 30.» Fell 
Baily E. F., salesman, r. 51 First 
Baily W. I., plasterer, r. 51 First 
Baily William J., proptr Is'hmus House, 51 First 
Bain Alexander, lon;.?shoreman, r. 125 ttreenwich 
Bain James, tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, r. 

229 Minna 
Bain Jaiu'i-s S., engineer Jonathan Kittredge, r. N 8 

Twenty-fifth, bet Castro and Noe • 
Bain John, blacksmith, r. 31 Perry 
Bain Marion H., r. 120 ^ Hayes 
Bain Neil H., r. 520 Third 

Bain Patrick, helper George Milne, r. 733 Brannan 
Bainbridge Amop, policeman City Hall, r. 1111 Kear 
Bainbridge P., r. 521 Pacific 
Baine M. Mrs., adjuster coiner's department U. S. 

Mint, r. 127 Kearny 
Baines Frank, seaman, r. Western House 
Baines (i. A., conductor Central R. R. 
Baines Thomis F., wines and liijuors, r. 128 Fifth 
Bains James, extrarnan Hose No. 6, S. F. F. D., r. 

Mc.\llister, bet Webster and Buchanan 
Bains >n John, seaman, r. Western House 
BAIKU .VXDBKW, broker, office 312 C:ilif.jruia, 

r. East Oakland 
Baird Charles, clerk Julius Fromheim,r. 153 Third 
Baird Gharb-s W., clerk freight department Central 

Pac. R. R., r. .533 Eddy 
Haird Fannie (widow), r. 13 Ellen 
Baird James M., compositor C. A. Murdock & Co., r. 

1221 Br ..id way 
BAIRD JOHN H., president California Powder 

Works, othc.e 311 California, r. Palace Hotel 
Bairne Barbara Mrs., groceries and liquors, 11 Jessie 
Baisuglia Carlo, fruits, r. 711 \'allejo 
Bai/ley S., carpenter Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 
IVikavich S.. Austrian Benev. Soc, 71 New Mont 
BAKKR V. tSt A., pictures, mirrors, frames, etc., 

712 Mission 
Baker A. C, alt.rney at law, cJflnce old City Hall, sec- 
ond floor, r. 1130 Market 
Baker A<lam, driver R. R. Swain & Co.,r. 115 Natoma 
Baker AH>ert ( V. & A. Baker), r. S s Fair Oaks, bet 

Twenty-first a7id Twcny-seconti 
Baker Albert, laborer Spring Valley Water Works, r. 

12'.) Chestnut 
Baker Alfred, r. 1201 Powell 

Baker Alfred W., clerk Custom House, r. 8 Breuham PI 
Baker Alii^e, domestic 1221 Montgomery 
Baker Andrew F., salesman Billings, Harbourne & 

Co., r. 3Itl Fre'mont 
Baker Annie M. .Mrs., lodgings, 13 Harlan PI 
Baker Artliur S., bo<ikkeeper Oregon Stock and Butih- 

eriiig Co., r. 715 Valencia 
Baker Augustus (A. & A. Baker), r. Ss Fair Oaks, 

bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Baker A. W. Miss, dress reform underwear, 130 Silt 
B iker (!,, r. 32 Minna 
Baker Casper, bartender Charles Rudolph, r. 335 

Hnyes 
Baker Charles, r. 1130 Market 
Baker Cliarles (B'lkerJt Bird), r. Martin House, cor 

Turk and Market 
Baker Charles, bakery, N a Sixteenth, bet Guerrero 

am) Didores 
Baker Cliarles, bartender Claus Peterson, r. 50« Green 
Baker ChHrles, clerk NewZi'aland Ins. Co.. r. Oakland 
Baker Charles, snlesnian Terwilliger & Fink. r. NW 

<'or Davis and Pa I fie 
Baker Charles, seaman, r. 127 Sixth 
Baker Churles, seaman, r. H23 Battery 
Bak<'r Charles, wiiiter. r. IC. Everett 
Baker Cluirbs E.. boiitriiab, r. 115 East 
Baker (Uiarles K., sliipping clerk Haas Brothers, r. 

IIH Eleventh 
Baker Charles H. (Reynolds. Rix & Co.). r. 703 Post 
Baker Charles S. B., nilllhand Cai)it(d Mills, r. Oak- 
land 
Baker <;hristian, milkman, r. 012 Natoma 
Baker ('."Igale, r, H.'iO Van Ness Av 
Bakir Colgate Mr«., Young Ladies' Seminary, 8*8-850 

Van Ness Av 



Baker Conrad, assayer Pac. Refinery and Bullion Ex- 
change, r. 558 Sixth, Oakland 
Baker Cora Miss, compositor Warren & Co., r. 126 

Fifth 
Baker Daniel, tanner Sigmond Kraus, r.Ws Dolores, 

bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
Baker Daniel L., assistant bookkeeper Healy & Fagen, 

r. 71 Natoma 
Baker Divide Mining Co. (Placer Co. Cal.) , Abraham 

Halsey secretary, office 311 Montgomery 
Baker E Uvard, clerk, r. IK! Thirteenth 
Baker Edward P. Rev., jiastor Third Congregational 

Church, r. 1909 Jessie 
Baker E. J., r. 317 Third 

Baker Eliza (widow), ladies' nurse, r. 308 Tehama 
Baker E.iza Mrs., liquor saloon, 908 Kearny, r. 13 

Hinckley 
Baker Eugene J., drayman Louis Sloss & Co., r. 22 

Oak Grove Av 
Baker Fannie E. Mrs., assistant Tyler Street Primary 

School, r. 1.527 Tyler 
Baker Frank, butcher Frederick Miller, r. 1103 Fol 
Baker Frank, deckhand stm Express, Jackson St. 

Wharf 
Baker Fred. W. Jr., salesman Baker & Hamilton, r. 

Grand Hotel 
Baker Frederick, laborer, r. 13 Hinckley 
Baker George, baker, r. 538 Jessie 
Baker George, brewer Philadelphia Brewery 
Baker George, cooper, r. Serpentine .\v, nr Bryant 
Baker George, deckhand tug Monarch, Bdwy Wharf 
Baker George, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Baker George, seaman, r. Sail irs' Home 
Baker George, teamster M. Englander & Son, r. 712 

Tyler 
Baker George, waiter Palace Hotel 
Baker George E.. collector, r. lOlH Taylor 
Baker George H., barkeeper John E. Green, r. 810 
j Howard 

Baker George H., lithographer, 518 Clay, r. S s Green, 
[ bet Baker and Lyon 

I Baker George H., molder Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 
j 328 Tyler 

Baker George L., melter Pac. Refinery and Bullion 

Exchange, r. 1633 Geary 
Baker H. C. Mrs., r, 1809 St ;incr 
Baker Henry, but -her, r. 27 H Oak Grove Av 
Baker Henry, cook stm Los .\ngeles. Broadway Wharf 
I Baker Henry, waiter Henry Beruhamer, r. 919 Mis- 
sion 
Baker Henry F., civil and mining engineer, r. 28 Mc- 
i AUister 

Baker Horace, bookkeeper Swan Brewery Co., r. 8E 
i cor Fifteenth and Dolores 

Baker Irene Miss actress Adelphi Theater, r. 2St. 

Mary 
Baker Isaac, laborer J. M. Coraerford 
Baker Isaae M., groceries and liquors, NW cor Eddy 

and Mason, r. cor Mason and Turk 
Baker Isaiah (i-'reeinan >\: Baker)), r. 925 Washington 
Baker J., r. '209 Leidesdortt" 
Baker Jacob, ci>ok, r. 23 Jessie, rear 
B'iker J Henry, Supt. Boys' and Girls' .\id Soc, r. 68 

Clementina 
Baker James, draftsman Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 227 

Second 
Baker James A., miller, r. llfi Thirteenth 
Baker James B., springinaker C. D. & E. Hinckley, 

r. 22 Fifth 
Baker Jainis W., bookkeeper Henry C. Egerton, r. 

(Oakland 
Baker John, beerbottler, r. 5 Montgomery Court 
Baker Joliii. night-watchman P. M. 8. S. Co., r. 332 

Brannan 
Baker John, seaman, estate of J. B. Piper 
Bak( r J<din B., bookkeeper D. Z. Yost & Co., r. 1626 

Sacramento 
Baker Joliii (J., Paymaster Western Development Co., 

r. Oakland 
Baker John M.. clerk Baker A: Hamilton, r. Oakland 
Bdktr Jii.^ei>h, biit.her, r. E s Chiireli, bet Twenty- 
second and Twentv-third 
Baker Joseph H., serg.-unt police City Hall, r. 1306 

Kearny 
BakfrJ.ulah Jr., with Stevens, Baker & Co., r. 316 

Fremont 
Baker L., helper lUsdon I. A: L. Works 
Baker L. A. Mrs. (widow), r. IOkO Union 
Baker L. B., collector, r. 311 Bush 
Baker Lewis S ,\., telegraph lin man, r. Id Clara 



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Baker Livingston L. (Baker k Hamilton), r. Palace 

Hotel 
Baker Louis, baker, r. 1027 Dupont 
Baker LonisF., produce commission, 113 Washington, 

r. Oakland 
Baker Louis F. Jr., bookkeeper Lowry & Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Baker Lucy (widow), dressmaker, r. 6 Moss 
Baker Mary (widow) , r. 120.5 Stockton 
Baker Mary, domestic, 417 Eddy 
Baker M. C, mechanician, r. 710k' Taylor 
Baker Michael, bakery, IvE cor Vallejo and Mason 
Baker Nicholas, proptr St. Louis Hotel, 11-13 Pacific 
Baker O F., extraman Engine No. 1, S. F. F. D., r. 419 

Pacific 
Baker Orrin S., attorney at law, office 526 Montgomery 
Baker Robert B., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 2517 

Larkin 
Baker Robert G., teamster NW cor Market and Front, 

r. 10 Card Alley 
Baker Robert T., coachman, r. 1505 Franklin 
Baker R. P., r. 813 Hyde 
Baker S., clerk, r. 8 Hubbard 
Baker S., laborer Pac. Rolling Mill 
Baker S., porter Robert Bell 
Baker S. A., master mariner, r. 812 Powell 
Baker Samuel, (Masouuette & Baker), r. SW cor Clay 

and Prosi^ect PI 
Baker Samuel, bookkeeper Stevens, Baker & Co., r. 

220 Eddy 
Baker Samuel, cutter Standard Shirt Factory, r. 458 

Jessie 
Baker Samuel, salesman Abraham Andrews, r. Russ 

Honse ■ 
Baker Samuel, salesman Gibson & Preston, r. 1322 

O'Farrell 
Baker Samuel C, teamster, r. W s Hampshire, bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty-Third 
Baker Sanford C, compositor Evening Bulletin, r. 

■y\'est Oakland 
Baker W., r. 209 Leidesdorff 
Baker Walter H., machinist, r. 648 ^^ Natoma 
Baker W. H., r. 636 Commercial 
Baker William, carpenter, r. 407 Clementina 
Baker William, laborer Odorless Excavating Appara- 
tus Co , 
Baker William G., 'carpenter Haskell & Bode, r. 434 J<i 

Tehama 
Baker & Bird (Charles Baker and Edwin Bird), 

liquor saloon. 544 California 

BAKER <& HAMILTON (Livingston L. Baker 

and Robert M. Hamilton), importers and .iobbers 

agricultural implements, machines, hardware, 

etc., 13-19 Front, and 9-15 J, Sacramento City 

Bakers' Home, Moeller & Grauffel proptrs, 609 Jack 

Bakich M., Austrian Benev. Soc, 71 New Montgomery 

Bakker Reyer E., proptr Steuart St. House, 104 Steuart 

Bakofsky Charles, laborer California Sugar Refinery, 

r. 4 Ellen 
Balabussich Milo, cook John Miller, r. 103 Steuart 
Balanesi Angelo, vegetables, 77 Colombo Market 
Balantsi Guiseppi, produce commission, 523 Davis 
Balcear E. J. Mme., hair doctress, 532 Bush 
Bslch A. William, reporter, r. Overland House 
Balcb Horace M., organ biiilder and musical instru- 
ment rei)airer, 432 Kearny, r. 422 Elhs 
Balch S. M. (widow), r. 1112 Hyde 
Balcom Charles F., bookkeeper, r. 1413 Larkin 
Balcom Lydia E., seamstress Ladies' Pro. and Relief 

Soc, r. E s Franklin, bet Geary and Post 
Bald Herman, collector Robert Mackintosh, r. 1016 

Miss-ion 
Baldissone John, laborer Ghirardelli & Dauzel, r. 415 

Jackson 
Baldridge J. E. & Co., stockbrokers, office 322 Mont 
Baldridge John E. (J. E. Bsildridge & Co.) , r. 1812 Pine 
Baldridge Michael, stockbroker, office 314 Mont- 
gomery, room 9, r. 1812 Pine 
Baldser Frederick, cabinetmaker, r. 528 Linden 

Baldwin (widow) . r. 107 Hayes 

Baldwin Addison S., office 328 Montgomery, room 17, 

r. Oakland 
Baldwin Albert F., clerk, r. 121 O'Farrell 
BALDWrtV ALEXANDER R., capitalist, office 

328 Mont, room 8, r. SW cor Union and Pierce 
Baldwin Alfred W., superintendent Porter, Oppen- 

heimer& Slessinger, r. 418 Minna' 
Baldwin Charles F. (Norman & Baldwin) , r. 1007 Pow 
Baldwin Charles H. (C. Adolphe Low & Co.), r. New 
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BALDWIN CLOTHING HOUSE, gents' cloth- 
ing, William W. Magary, manager, 942 Market 

Baldwin Daniel P., machinist, 769 Market, r. 1010 
Montgomery 

Baldwin David, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 

BALDWIN E. J., ciipitaU.''t and president Mary- 
land Consolidated Gold & Silver Mining Co., 
and president Glynn Dale Consolidated Mining 
Co., office 419 California, room 5, r.The Baldwin 

Baldwin Elizabeth (widow), artist, r. 192 Six- 
teenth 

Baldwin Frederick A., clerk B. L. Solomon's Sons, 
r. 121 O'Farrell 

Baldwin George, student Heald's Business College 

Baldwin George E., conductor California St. R. R., r. 
1517 California 

Baldwin Henry, hostler Henry Froomberg, r. 33 New 
Monttromery 

BALDWIN HIRAM S., physician, office 612 
Clay, r. 025 Geary 

Baldwin James T., driver LaGrande laundry, r. 520 
Third 

Baldwin James W., carpenter, r. 435 Eddy 

Baldwin John Mrs., dressmaker, r. 314 Bush 

Baldwin Jo.sie E. Miss,' assistant Spring Valley Prim- 
ary School, r. 2215 Fillmore 

Baldwin Lydia A. (widow), r. 107 Hayes 

Baldwin Lloyd, attorney at law, office 606 Montgom- 
erv, rooms 17 and 18. r. Oakland 

BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,, of Phil- 
adelphia. Williams, Blanchard c^ Co. agents, office 
218 California 

Baldwin M. Mrs., r. 130 O'Farrell 

Baldwin Marcus M., salesman Henry Mayers, r. NW 
cor Broadwa}' and Larkin 

Baldwin Marshall J., clerk, r. 524 Eddy 

Baldwin Nellie S. Miss, assistant Union Grammar 
Sihool, r. 1517 California 

Baldwin Orville D., r. 1524 Eddy 

BALDWIN PHARMACY, Henry B. Slaren 
proptr, NE cor Market and Powell 

Baldwin P. N. (widow), r. 1517 Califciruia 

Baldwin Rosauna (widow) , nurse, r. Twelfth Av, bet 
L and N, South S. F. 

Baldwin, Sexton & Peterson, manufacturing jewelers 
and importers diamonds (New Yorki, branch 
office 120 Sutter, rooms 1 and '20 

Baldwin Sherman C, physician, t>ffice 8.50 Market, r. 
307 Fourth 

Baldwin Starr, physician, r. 513 Ellis 

BALDWIN (THE). Alexander McAbee superin- 
tendent, NE cor Market and Powell 

Baldwin Thomas, painter, r. 446 Brannan 

Baldwin William H., foreman HancocK k Kelso, r. 
NW cor Hampshire and Sixteenth 

Baldwin William H., ship carpenter VV. E. CoUyer, r. 
3 Liberty, nr Townsend 

Baldwin William L., r. 211 Polk 

BALDW^IN'S RESTAURANT, W. Warner 
Henry proptr, 519 Clay 

BALDIVIN'S THEATER, Thomas Maguire 
manager, 93'2-930 Market, nr Powell 

Bale James, waiter Miners' Branch Restaurant, r. 
SVV cor First and Mission 

Balfe M. J., barkeeper Occidental Hotel, r. 2317 
Webster 

BALFOUR, GUTHRIE «& CO. (Robert Balfour, 
Alexander Guthrie, and Robert B. Forman), com- 
mission merchants. 316 California 

Balfour Robert (Balfour, Guthrie & Co.), r. 717 Post 

Ballrey John (0'Connell& Balfrey), r. 130 First 

Balgard Margaret Miss, ironer Mrs. Amelia Geuty, r. 
524 Bush 

Balge H. A., wood carver L. k E. Emanuel, r. 624 
Fourth 

Balk Frederick, master mariner, r. 1.505 Dupont 

Balk Governeur, polisher Kohler & Chase, r. 2311 
Larkin 

Balk M. A. Mrs. (widow), r. 2311 Larkin 

Balk Parthenia, whipbraider Main & Winchester, r. 
2:ill Larkin 

Balk Stephen S., laborer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 
r. 2311 Larkin 

Balk Stephen S. Jr., with H. C. Hudson & Co., n 2311 
Larkin 

Ball A. E. (Sawyer & Ball) , attorney at law, office 502 
Montgomery, r. Oakland 

Ball Ashley Mrs. (widow) , r. 214 Powell 

Ball Charles, r. 2840 Mission 

Ball Charles S., harnessmaker, r. 1030 McAllister 



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Ball Charles T., cook U. S. Restaurant, r. 405 Kearny 

Ball Emeline Mrs., dressmaker, r. 2840 MiBsion 

Ball Francis J., plasterer Jobn Q. Garfield, r. 11 

Elizabeth 
Ball Frank H., entry clerk Crane & Brigham, r. 1774 

Folsouj 
Ball Frederick, janitor, r. 8 Perry 
Ball Gardner (Ball & Julisn), r. Oakland 
Ball George .\., bookkeeper Adams Ac Taylor, r. 214Pow 
Ball George L., studeut Heald's Business College 
Ball Horace W.. .lerk auditor M. P. and M. Depart- 
ment Central Pac. R. R., r. West Oakland 
Ball James E., r. 277 Steveuson 
BallJessie 8. (widow), r. iai7 Larkin 
Ball Joel, dentist, r. 1210 Union 
Ball John, watchmaker Thomas D. Hall 
Ball John C, bookkeeper Haggin k Tevis, r. Lick 

House 
Ball John L.. r. 13 Page 
Ball John S.. machinist, r. 10:iO McAllister 
Ball William, collector, r. 118 Post 
Ball William, gardener Emil Meyer, Stanyan, nr 

Golden Gate Park 
Ball William K., messenger Pac. Transfer Co., r. 1317 

Larkin 
Ball William P., laborer M. C. Hawley .^ Co., r. 510^ 

Brannan 
BALX. 6i JUI.IAN (Gardner Ball and George N. 

Julian) , proptrs Occidental Wool Depot, N s Town- 
send, bet Fifth and Sixth 
Ballagh Robert, molder O. K. Foundry, r. 308Beale 
B:illagh Robert, student, r. 9 Mi.-ision .\v 
Ballahouse Frederick R. Jr., r. 220a Leavenworth 
Ballantine Charles M., bookkeeper Mills, Leak & Co., 

r. 1927 Jessie 
Ballard Alice Miss, teacher music, r. 103 Ellis 
Ballard Duar.e (Duane Ballard & Co.), r. 1601 Tyler 
BALLiARD DUAN'K & CO., commission and 

produ'-e brokers, office 22 California, room 13 
Ballard George, bathiuaker,21.5 Second, r. 202 Secoid 
Ballard Georj^e, carpenter, r. 108 Hickory Av 
Ballard George, sign painter, Wason i Morris, r. 31 

Everett 
Ballard John (W. H. Martin i Co.) r. 2422 Mission 
Ballard Joseph, stevedore, r. 108 Ellis 
Ballard Laura A. Mrs., homeopatbiu pbysi«ian, 205 

Powell 
Ballbach L., metallurgist, r. Occidental Hotel 
liallenberg Nathan, band master, r. 711 t'aliT'ornia 
liallenm-r Charles, carpenter, r. ; I.augton 
Hulletti Peter, bartender, r. 4 Burgoyne PI 
I'alletto Gabriele. vegetable dealer, r. 222 Francisco 
Ballettu John, merchant, r. M« Sansom 
Bailey Edward J., menhundise broker, office 504 

Batt. ry, r. East (Jakland 
Ballliad L.. lodgiui/s, r<,U) Sacramento 
BnllhauM Frcierick, miner, r. -20'.t Leavenwnrth 
BallhauH Frederick Jr., black.xmith, r. 2209 Leaven- 
worth 
Iiallheimcr Charles, stock clerk Levi StrauRS & Co., r. 

Alameda 
Itallietto Uartholomew, laborer, r. W s Mission, nr 

Five. mile Store 
Italliiig Frank A., woodturner L. \ E. Emanuel, r. 

Lapire House 
BallliigiT .\iidrew, labi.rer HuDcriuteudent Streets, r. 

la,"* Gilbert 
Ballinger Frank, hairdretu>ing saloon. 115 ■« Jackson, 

r. u;iO Montgomery 
Ballinger Frank J., Im al editor Morning Call, office 

ril7 CIbv, r. ') (ilen Park Av 
BAI.L.I.\UKR JOII.N J., puiutx and oils, NE cor 

Van NcH .\viiiid Mark) t 
Ballinger Patrick K., keeper 8beiiA> Office, r. S 

Glen I'nrk Av 
Balllngi-r Stephen B, guard Golden Gate Park 
B»111iiKer T. K., deputy county clerk, r. Glen 

Park Av 
Ballinger William, drayman William W. Sessions, r. 

80.'> Franklin 
Ballinger William G., driver Tuited Carriage Co., r. 

17 Hiibbiird 
Ballinger. See Ballenwer 

Ballon Addle L. (Wl.biwi , artiKt. r. 7.'iy Market 
Ballou George, r. l/KiH PokI 
Balm .lohn. r. 4.14 Kt amy 
Balmer Andrew L., i-arj>enter, S f Rose Alley, bet New 

Moutgoinery and Annie 
Balny Alexander J., ostrich and fancy leathers, 008 

Market, r. 1C06 L'uchannau 



BALOISE M.*.RrVE IXSURANCE CO., of 

Basle. Harrv W. Svz general agent, office 225 San 

BAL.Ot."X JOSEPH, "merchant tailor, 613 Wasi- 
ington, r. 732 Capp 

Baltazar August, tanner Dominique Legallet, r. cor 
Sixth av and Q, South S. F. 

Balthazar Hugo, clerk, r. 509 Washington 

Balthrop Lewis W., carpenter, r. SE cor Utah and 
Twentv-fourth 

Baltic Con.solidated Mining Co. (Gold Hill. Nev.), 
Jacob Stadttfeld Jr. secretary, office 419 Calfomia, 
room 26 

Baltimore Consolidated Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Xev.), 
Charles A. Sankey secretary, office 331 Montgom- 
ery, room 20 

Baltimore Mining Co. (Pinal Co., Arizona) , Edward 
F. Stone secretary, office 306 Pine, room 3 

Baltrus William, seaman schr Trustee, r. Western 
House 

Baltz Eliza (widow), dressmaker, r. 825 Vallejo, rear 

Balz Adolph (Balz Bros.. Hommel, & Finkeldey), r. 
E 6 San Bruno Road, bet Twenty-sixth and Twen- 
ty-seventh 

Balz Adolph, clerk Purchasing and Depot Commis- 
sary ot Subsistence C. S. A., Ill Stockton, r. 117 
Webster 

Balz Brothers. Hommel k Finkeldey (Louis and 
Adolph Balz, Louis Hommel, and Charles Finkel- 
dey). tanners. E s Sau Bruno Road, be* Twenty- 
sixth and Twenty-s. venth 

Balz Louis (Balz Bros.. Hommel & Finkeldey), r. E s 
Saa Bruno Road, bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
seventh 

Balz Valentine, butcher M. Selig, r. S s Sixth av, bet 
Land M. South S. F. 

Balzac Antoine, waiter, r. 721 Pacific 

Bulzarini Charles (N Oiamboni & Co.). r. 81s Sansom 

Balzer Heiirv (Henrv Ualzer ^^ Co.). r. 730 McAllister 

B.A.L.Zl!:R HEXRVikCO. (C. Bertheau Jr.). import- 
ers and cummi.-sJMn merchants, agents Hamburg- 
American Packet Co.. North German Fire Insur- 
ance Co. of Hamburg, New York Underwriters' 
Agency, Manhattan Fire Insurance Co. of New 
York, and Bremen Underwriters, office 20U San 

Balzer Henry J., mattressmaker Glover i Willcomb, 
r. Seventeenth Av, bet K and L. South S. F. 

Bamber John, president Bamber's Elxpress Co., office 
1 Commercial, r. Oakland 

Bamber Joseph J., secretary The Sheltered Cove 
Baths, r. Beach, bet Hyde and Larkin 

Bamber's Express Co., John Bamber president, office 
1 Commercial 

Bamberger Sigmund S., inspector Custom House, r. 
1419 Webster 

Bammann .\nnie. domestic. 14.32 Poet 

Bammanu Henry U., teambter Horace Davis Jc Co., 41 
First 

Banahan Alice Mrs., r. 113 Perry 

Banahan Henry, hostler McCord, Bridge k Co., r. 173 
Clara 

Banahan Kate Miss, r. 40 Minna 

Banahan Patrick, hostler Smith k Ponltney 

B.mce E, r. 209 Leidesd^rff 

Baiukirt Ciitheriue (widow), r. 211 Franklin 

BauiTipft A., r. 16 Harlan PI 

BANX-ROFT A. L. vt CO. (Hubert H. lUncroft), 
publishers and importing iKiuksellers and station- 
ers, jiriutere, bookbinders, lithi^graph'jn*. engrav- 
ers, etc.. 721 Market 

Bancroft Albert L. (A. L. Bancroft * Co. r. 1605 
Frank tin 

salesman A. L. Bancroft k Co., 



, ('apt. Fourth Artillery, U. 8. A., 
salesman A. L. Bani-rolt & Co., 
salesman A. L. Bancroft & Co., 
(A. L. Bancroft & Co.), r. 721 



Bancroft Charles E.. 

r. C'j:l OFarrell 
Bancroft Eugene A. 

Fort Point 
Bancroft (jeorge H., 

r. 623 O'Farrell 
Bancroft Harlow P., 

r. 023 O'Farrell 
Bancroft Hubert H. 

Market 
Bancroft, Knight * Co.. (in liquidation, J. H. Dickin- 
son, receiver), musical merchanditie and musical 

instruments, 733 Market 
Bancroft William B.. manager printing di'|>artment 

A. L. Ham roll A: Co.. r. li",i:i Franklin 
BANCROFT'S Bl'ILDlXU, 721 and 72:i Market 
Band Henrv F., special agent Mutual Life Insurance 

Co. of New York. r. 1730 Eddy 
Band Joseph, market. 04.5 Valencia 



Bullock & Jonas. 1C5 Msntg'y St, Imp'trs Cartwright & Warner's Merino Underwear. 



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Smndul CharleE^. b&ker, Peter J. Kalb, SE cor MiBeioii 

and ThirteeDth 
Biiidholdt Heiirr F., fitnii^r. r. 736 Minna 
Bindmiiiiii Julius fBuidinaim, Xeilfcfu b Co.). r. 514 

Loinbtrd 
BAXOMAXX. XEILSEX & CO. (JnliuE Baud- 

maun, and H. Neilsen i . imi'drterF ai/d coiniiiisEion 

zuercluuite. and general agente Giant Powder Co., i 

SauFroBt 
BanSo Imvamt, lAnndrTman Mme. C. Boaglet, r. 327 

H«y«B 
BandT Auron K. (Bnhr & Bandy ) , r. 221 Oai 
EanSeid Henrr. jiainter. r. tUiO Mission 
Baniitld J., iiaiufcr Frank C. Gilman 
Eanitld Ki-iitrd, roofer Henry G. Fiste. r. Grand 

Centra J H.tel 
Bantu Alben E.. c]eri John Luhrs 4 Co.. r. 317 M..n 
BanEt^ Ed\rari. jrcTtr MisBion Bbt Warebouse. Long 

ET^drr- ic<'r. T^'urOi, r. 19.aC Steyenson 
Banr' ~-' - • ! •-'• rue MntuulInE. Co., r. Oakland 
Bk-- _in\i:t Birch. Argall k Co., r. 

Ear; _ - .-. - .. !._ Iri^er. So:-.. 71 Krvr Montgomerr 
BAXK COMMISSIOXERS BOARD OF, ofBc* 

2C'2 ShLSOiii. r:'C'iii 2 

Eant GecTce. t>c nltr. r. 5 Cedar At 

Bank Joseph, lanuer Anton Krieg. r. E s San Bmno 
Eoad. nr T-wenTT-seTtnth 

BAVE OF BRITISH COLrMBIA, Frederick 
Tc'-sniBeijd a^aTLhCrr. ?E cor Sansciii hziC Chi 

BAVK OF BRITISH XORXH AMERICA, 
Archibald MiEinlaT aeent. il9 and 221 Saneora 

BAXK OF CALIFO"RSTA,'WilUamAlTord i.resi- 
dent. Th:iuas Brown cashier. ITW cor California 
and Saiir^'-'ra 

BAXK OF CALIFORNIA BriLDIXG, KW 
ccr California and Sansom 

Bank Stephen. Fteward Hose So. &., S. F. F. D. 

Bankenbeim Mary i-wido-w). r. 5^7 O'Farrel] 

Banter Abraham, helper CalTin Is-attint & Son. r. 56 
Tehama 

Banker Edward, helper C&lTin Kntting & Son. r. 50 
Tehaniia 

BAVKRUPTCY REGISTERS District Califor- 
nia. 24 r. S. Ccnrt Bui: ding and CS6 Clay 

Eantf Caroline (widow), r. 51fc Nitoma 

Banks Charle.fr "W., bookkeeper "Wells. Fargo & Co., r. 
C'atlaLd 

Banks Cyrus, pcirter James W. Bxtmham fc Co., r. 
Ankeny PI. nr Powell 

Banks I)., watchman Cutting Packing Co., r. 515 Bac 

Banks Edward, eeainan. r. 45 Steuart 

EtLks Fletrher. driver C. F. Ebncr. r. 133C Tyler 

Banks George, machinist, r. 3 Caroline 

Banks George S..proptr Pac.lavery Stable 709 Jones, 
r. 1306 Pine 

Banks James, cook, r. 1 Hlmmelinann PI 

Banks James, steamboat fireman, r. 313 Davis 

Bants John, cigars and tcbacco, wines and liqnors, 
?i'7 Market, r. 995 Market 

Banks Joseph, tanrer. r. S s Eve nr San Brnno B.oad 

Banks Joseph, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 140 Minna 

Banks Josiah H.. mathinist Union Iron Worts, r. 3 
Care line 

Bants Lily Miss, asisistant Geary Street Grammar 
School, r. 1419 'WashiL gton 

Bants Lizzie M. Miss, a'-sistant Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 1419 'Washington 

Banks Margaret i widow), r. lil? WashinEton 

Bants E. S", clerk Meeker & Bants, r. 1419 "Wash 

Banks E. "W.. local policeman, r. 125 Main 

Banks Thomas C, capitalist, office 116 Cal. r. 724 CaJ 

Bants "William, engineer .Etna Iron "Works, r. K e 
TwentT-second bet Chattanooga and Church 

Banks "William O. (Metker & Bants), r. 1419 "Wash 

Ehntsfin Joseph K., liquors and bilUards, 20? First 

Banlin Edward, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 

Bannan Barbara C. Miss, assistant Spring Valley Pri- 
mary Sch'.iol, r. 2012 Pierce * 

Eannan Bridget (widow), r. 2012 Pierc* 

Bannan FrancisP.. laborer Hoboken Brewery, r. 4153<. 
Clementina 

Eannan Frank, clerk, r. 413J» Clementina • 

Bannan Jane Miss. r. 73 Tehama 

Eannan John, laborer, r. 2C Glover 

Bannan John, longshoreman, r. 7 \. Freelon 

Bannan John James, compositor Goldstein k EernAn. 
r. 2(112 Pierce 

Bannan Maggie Miss, assistant Jackson Street Pri- 
mary School, r. 2012 Pierce 



Bannan Patrick, engineer Joseph Sedgley, r. cot Butt^ 

and Florida | 

Eannan Philip, lab 'rer P. M. S. S. Co., r. 340H Shipley | 
BAXVEB BROTHERS (Peter and Samuel), im- 
porters clothing and lumisbiug goods. NE cor 

Sutter and Sansom 
Banner Henry, euRineer, r. "W e Taylor, bet Union and 

Green i 

Banner John, watchman, r. bet Twenty-ninth and 

Thirtieth Av, nr San Bruno Boad, South S. F. 
Banner Peter (Banner Brothers), r. 614 Sutler 
Banner Eobert, laborer, r. 704^ Mission I 

Banner Samuel (Banner Brothers) . r. Kew "i'ork ' 

Banner Soap Co., factory 24 Commercial, office 216 

Sacramento | 

Bannerman S., second ofBcer O. k O. S. S. Australia 
Eannerot Eugene A. (Garcin, Son & Co.), r. 2141 Miss ! 
Bancett Harris, r. 27 Russ 1 

Bannett Joseph, draftsman, r. 16 Eddy 
Bannett Louis, jeweler, r. 27 Kuss 
Bannick Christopher, salesman, r. 837 Hayes 
Bannick Frederick J., salesman "W. Haker A; Hiaz, r. 

837 Hayes 
Banning Frances Mrs., teacher Sanchez Street Pri- 
mary School, r. "W B Castro, bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth | 

Banning John, blacksmith, r. W e Castro, bet Kine- ; 

teenth and Twentieth j 

Banning John, laborer freight dept Central Pac.H. E. ^ 
Banning John, labcTer Battery Street Bonded "Ware- i 

house, r. 26 Glover ' 

Banning M. Miss, dressmaker, r. 32 Ellis 
Banning Phineas. r. Tne Baldwin 

Bannis^ter Alfred (Starr & &i.), r. Liverpool , 

Bannister Edward, butcher D. Dodge, r. 415 Harrison i 
Bannister Frederick, seaman, r. Steuart Street House 
Bannister Georgt "W., sashinaker, r. 415 Harrie'm 
Bannister John C. upholsterer F. S. Chadbourne fc i 

Co., r. 1230 Mission \ 

Bannister John H., ship carpenter, r. 143 Townsend 
Bannister Joseph, watchinan. r. 415 Harrison 
Bannister William, boarding. 623 Davis 
Bano Frank, fisherman, r. 613 Battiry 
Bansen Charles, mariner, r. 10 Berry 
Bansen Martin, mariner, r. 10 Berry 
Banson Annie B.. cook. 1419 Clay 
Bantle George, confectioner Westerfeld & Page. r. 745 

Market i 

Bantly Marcus, miner, r. 904 Pacific 
Banz John, peddler, r. Ill Part A\ i 

Banz Joseph, carpenter A. "Washburn, r. Ill Park Av I 
Banz Louis, salesman John T»'. Jones, r. Ill Park Av 1 
Baptis John H., gold penmanuf 32s Bush.r. Oakland 
Baptista Franti, fruits and vegetables, NE cor Bn- 1 

chanan and McAllister 
Baptiste Antone. deckhand stm Oakland, Oakland 

Ferry, r. 13 Clay 
Baptist* John, boatboilder G. F. Lanteri, r. 422 Val- 

lejo I 

Baptiste John, laborer M. Selig, r. First Av, nr Ken- 
tucky, South S. F. 
Baptists Louis, laborer John F. Ortet. r. 4 Clay Av I 
BAR ASSOCI.iTIOX, 634 Sacramento i 

Barabino Charles, packer Cutting Packing Co., r. 335 , 

Union | 

Barabino Giovanni, fisherman, r. 896 Front i 

Barabino Teresa Miss, r. 335 Unii^n I 

Baraco Vincent, peddler, r. 314 Tre«t Av [ 

Barada Laurent, travelling salesman Taussig, & Co., 

r. 754 Bryant 
Baramsky Max, bc^okkeeper Eahn k Brod, r. 1032,Vj Fol 
Barandon Ernest, bakery and confectionery, KE cor 

Bush and Fillmore 
Baratti Louis, upholsterer A Berson & Son, r. SE cor ' 

Union and Dupont 
Baraty George E., clerk John Sanlnier & Co., r. 303 

Valencia | 

Baraty Jean M. (Baraty & Coutolenc ) , r. 303 Mont Av : 
Baraty Moses, r. 203 Valencia i 

Bar*!ty k Coutelenc (J. M. Baraty and D. Coutelenc). I 

butchers. 303 Montgomery Av j 

Baraud A... compositC)r Le Petit Journal, r. Guilliauntie I 

TeU Hotel ' 

Barbara Paolo, nsherman, r. 15 Vallejo 
Barbarin Gratien. baker, r. 327 Montgomery Av \ 

Barbat John, physician and apothecary, office and r. 

910 Pacitic 
Barbaste A., laundryman, r. S3S Clay 
Barbaste E. Mrt.. laundry. 838 Clav" 
Barbat John H.. clerk John Barbat. r. 910 Pacific 



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Barbe Jean, florist Laurel Hill Nursery, N s Bush, bet 

Lyon and Baker 
Barbee John, moneybroker, oCace NE cor Montgomery 

and Sacramento, r. 1080 Union 
Barb»-udert-rde Frederick, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Barlif r Adam, driver United Carri^ige Co., r. 610 How 
Barber Autru.stti.s H.. salesman Davis Bros., r. T2t1 Green 
Bariier Benjamin, carpenter and jobber. 107 Shipley 
Barber Charles, baggage-master North Pacific R. R., 

r. »\'H Larkin 
Barber Charles, dairyman, r. 2120 O'Farrell 
Barber Cliarles L., mesKenger Wells. Fargo & Co., r. 

K17J4 Larkin 
Barlier Elizabeth (widow), r. ir.2.5 Webster 
B:irber Ely, plumber, r. 'v'lS Minna 
Barber George, brickmason, r. 440 Brannan 
Barber George A., upholsterer J. A. Shaber & Co., r. 

1 10 Eddy 
Barber J., blacksmith, r. Park Hotel , 

Barber James B., porter Wilmerdiug & Co., r. Twen- 
ty-fourth and Castro 
Barber John A., plasterer, r. '>H Bernard 
B'lrber John A., Jr., plasterer, r. 58 Bernard 
Barber Mary, domestic r. 13.'>8 Post 
Barber Peter (Thompson & Barber) . r. GiiG Mission 
Barber K. L., dentist, office tiOii Sacramento, r. 402 

Montgomery 
Barber Thomas, stockraiser, r. 28 .Stone 
Barber Thomas H., pilot, office 9 U. S. Court Binding, 

r. 1222 Pacific 
Barber William (Doyle, Barber & Scripture) , attorney 

at law, office S2.i Cal, r. San Rafael. Marin Co. 
Barber William, assistant wharlinxer Meiggs' Wharl 
Barber Zachary T.. driver. Mitchell & Hobe, r. 230 

Fourteenth 
Barberi Frank, steward Gregory & Liebschutz, r. 20 >^ 

Garden 
Barbetta Frederick, fisherman, r. 4'.) Clay 
Bnrliier Alfred L., clerk Stock Exchange, r. 715 How 
Barbier Alfred R. (A. R. B>trbier & Co.), r. 1420 Cal 
Barbier Alfred R. & Co. (Henri Emeric), bakery, 1644 

Polk 
Barbier Armand. local policeman, r. 1420 California 
Barbier Ernestine, domestic. 1114 i'(j8t 
Barbier Joseph P., hair-dressing saloon, 1231 Dupout, 

r. 510 Vallejo 
Barliier Paul, driver N. B. and Mission R. R., r. 503 

Miiiiiu 
Harbieri Hartolomco, bouqiiet-dealer. r. 114 Shipley 
IJarliieri (iuiseppi, livery stable, 515 and 517 Green 
Uarbii ri Paul (G. B. Lavaggl & Co.), r. 128 Perry 
liarliieri Uosa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Barbleri Stephen, fruits, r. 114 Shipley 
Barbjgiiann 'acques, laundryman Mme. C. BoDglet, r. 

."■■-'7 Hayes 
Barlxira N.. Austrian Heiiev. Soc, 71 New Mont 
ISAKKOl'K UKOTHKllS, inanufs. Irish flax. 

tliriads, sail and bug twines, and salmon gili-net 

twines, office 511 Market 
Barbour Clitus, attorney at law, office 715 Clay, r. 34 

Kearny 
Barbiiur James W., foreman shipealkers Qoodall, Per. 

kins .V Co 
Barcelona Central S. M. Co., C. E. Buckingham secre- 

tiirv. office 321) Sansoni. moir. 10 
B.VKrKI..ON'A COXSOI-IOVTED MINING 

<'C>. (Nye l!o., Nev.), Warren Craig secretary, 

office 320 Sansnm, room '.) 
Barchl Gbicomo, waiter tlamprs Restauraut, r. 1205 

Stniliton 
Bar. ill .JcH. ]ih, driver, r. 512 California 
Iturc'hiiH Ji'lm H., salesmau, r. 325 Fifth 
liarcka .lo)in, niHrl)lecutter, r. llU'J Market 
Hanlay Diivid IJ., painter, r. 13 Van Ness Av 
llariliiy II., scainan, r. 12 .lackson 
Uan-lay Julni. worknuin U. S. Mint, r. 307 Fourth 
Banlav Maggie Mrs., r. Mil Hudh 
Harclay Mary Miss, r. 1117 Howard 
Ilanlay Peter T, (Ilatdi k Ilarclhy), r. Oakland 
Barclay R.iderlck S.. blacksmith Globe Iron Works, r. 

35 Ebvei.th 
Barclay S. Mr-<.. r. 132 Sixth 
Barclay \V. H.. second assistant engineer Pacific Mail 

8. S. City of Paiuiina, r. lOf. Pout 
Ilarcjiiy. See Karkley 

Bard Cejihas L.. phy.ilcinn, office 30 Post, r. 1218 Clay 
Barden Tlipmaa J., clerk L. Lebenbaum & Co., r. 462 

Jessie 
Barden werper Charles P., porter Gorman Savinga and 

Loan Soc, r. 8 Seliiia PI 



Bardes Philip, butcher Philip S'nbel, r. 735 O'Farrell 

Bardet Alexander, collector, r. 822 Filbert 

Bardet Constance Mme., millinery. 225 Montgomery 

Av, r. 24 Alabama, ur Twenty-third 
Bardet Pauline (widow), r. 822 Filbert 
Bardi Giusej^pe, Italian Benev. So,-., 423 Washington 
Bardo Angelo. shoemaker, r. 438 Broadway 
Bardon Louis, laborer New Atlantic Hotel, 207 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Bardwell Charles, r. I(i35 Eddy 

Bard well John L., with Neville & Co , 31 California 
BARK BROTHERS (Edward, Solomon and Guft 

tave), upholsterers and furniture, 308 Hayes 
Bare Edward (Bare Pros.), r. 347k' Grove 
Bare Gustave (Bare Bros.), 347 !ri Grove 
Bare Solomon (Bare Bros.), r. 347H Grove 
Bare. See Bear. 
Bareilles Joseph (Bernard Lagrave & Co.), r. Fifth 

Avenue Hotel, South S. F 
Bareilles Thomas, r. Octavia, bet Filbert ani Green- 
wich 
Barelo Antonio, carpenter, r. 718 Greenwich 
Bareuian Thomas, Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny 

and Mort in 
Barenton Edward, confectioner Masson Freres, r.ll25 

Stockton 
Barenstaler Charles, bartender, r. 108 Tiirk 
Bareves Alexander, waiter Philadelphia House, r.423 

Bush 
Barfield John F., r. '225 Bush 
Barg John C. (Barg & Verbarg), 156 Clara 
Barg & Verbarg (lohu C. Barg and Henry Verbarg), 

groceries and liqviors, 156 Clara 
Bargagliotti Paolo, wines and liquors, oil !< Broad- 
way, r. 417 Broadway, rear 
Barger D. E., physician, r. 930 Market 
Bargestreaui H., master 7uariuer. r. 103 Steuart 
Barghren William. Tailors' Pro. Uniou, SW cor 

Kearny and Morton 
Barghorn August, r. 5 Washington 
Bargiacchi William, laborer, r, 222 Broadway 
Bargou Martin, tailor, r. 3 Mary Lane 
Bargones Jjmes, r. 2219 Powell 
Bargones Leonardo, porter Pascal, Dubedat & Co., r. 

2218 Mason 
Bargoni Giacomo, Italian Benov. Soc, 423 Wash 
Biirgoni Petrina, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wasliiugton 
Bargos Emanuel, seaman, r Sailors' Home 
Bargs.hecker William, brewer Jacob Adams, 637 

Broadway 
Bargstream George G., compositor, r. 649 Howard 
Bargstrom Peter, Tailor's Pro. Uniou, SW cor 

Kearny and Morton 
Bargtorf \, miner, r. 814 Montgomery 
Harham J. A. (Bjirham & Cook), r. Oakland 
Barham & Cook (J. A. Barliam ,^ F. Lee Cook) attorneys 

at law, office 420 California 
Bnricevich John, choj) house, 114 Sec(md 
B»ricevi<-h Martin, cook John Baricevich, r. 114 Sec 
Bariett Michael, laborer, r. 8i»l Third 
Barilari Antonio, carpi-uter, r. 718 Greenwich 
Barllarl Cammillo, carpenter, r. 1703 Stockton 
Barilari Giovanni, carpenter, r. 718 Greenwich 
liariiii John, tinner, r. 81() Pacific 
Bariollo Lo\iis. barber, r. 731 Bryant 
Barittini Lorenzo, porter Slebe Brothers & Plage- 

nninn, r. 9 Lafayette PI 
Barjmau Jacob, milk ranch, N s Filbert, bet Pierce 

and St' iner 
B.'.rka Alois, laborer, r. SE cor Nevada and Vermont 
B.VRKAX AU(>I.iPll, physician, occullst and aur- 

ist. office 3l).'> Kearnv, r. 513 Post 
Barkeloo John, r. 1111 Po.st 
Barker Aaron, capitalist, r. 216 Prospect PI 
Bark<r Alfred, salesman Ki^ane Brothers, r. Ahlborn 

House 
Barker Edward, seaman, r. S 8 Filbert, bet Battery 

and Front 
Barker K. W.. teacher ornamental penmanship Bar- 

nanl's Business College, 120 Sutter 
Barker H., helper lUsdiui I. and L. Works 
Barker Henry, trunkniaker, r W s Sumner, bet Pow- 

hnttan and Mayflower 
Barker Henry L., brlckmaker, r. 309 Capp 
Barker Henry I,., carpenter, r. 19IH Union 
Barker Isaac, brlckmaker, r. :t09 Capp 
Barker JauK's, paint' r, r. 11 Kidley 
Barker James L. (Barker .<: Snow) , r. Berkeley 
Barker J. F., r. Russ House 
Barker John, r. 30 Kearny 



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Barker Joseph, waiter Market Street Restaurant, r. 

C53 Washington 
Barker Joshua, bookkeeper Lohman & Coghill, r. 

Ottklaurl 
Barker Martha H. (widow) , r. 22-23 Post 
Barker R. (Barker & Co) , r. 759 Mission 
Barker Robert, boxmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 7 

Pratt PI 
Barker Squire, molder Union Iron Works, r. 108 Dora, 

rear 
Barker Stephen, contractor, r. 659 Seventeenth 
Barker Timothy L. ( Wellmau, Peck & Co.) , r. Oakland 
Barker & Co. (11. Barker) , manufs adjustable siiriug 

beds, 759 Mission 
BARKER «Si SNOW (James L. Barker and Roland 

W. Suow), importers hardware, iron pipe, and 

plumbers' materials, 108 Market 
Barkhaus DiederiL-h (F.W. & D. BarkUaus) , r. 10 Turk 
Barkhaus Frederick, carpenter Pac. Improvement Co., 

r. Oakland 
Barkhaus Frederick W. (F.W. & D. Barkhaus), r. 1004 

Sutter 
Barkhaus F.W. & D., books and stationery, 535 Kearny 
Barkhaus Henry, driver Market and Fifth St. R. R., 

r. &2i Fourth 
Barkhaus William, waiter H. F. Severance, r. 1304 

Turk 
Barkhausen Bertha (widow), r. 716 Franklin 
Barkhausen Theodore, laborer, r. 5 Bonita 
Barklage William, liquor saloon and, bowling alley, 

SE cor Jackson and Kearny, r. 423 Greenwich 
Barkley Charles, r. 519 Sacramento 
Barkley Henry, seaman bark Don Nicholas, foot Beale 
Barkley Henry M., tinsmith M. Dyer, r. Stevenson nr 

First 
Barkley Isabella R. (widow) , r. 808 Green 
Barkley Robert, carriagemaker, r. 10 Hopeton Terrace 
Barkley William H., bookkeeper Pool & Harris, r. 1019 

Union 
Barkley see Barclay 

Barkovich P., Austrian Benev. See, 71 New Mont 
Barks Alfred W. , r. 456 Tehama 
Barks John, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works 
Barlag Soi^hie Miss, domestic 15 Hyde 
Barlage Charles, sign painter, r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlage Henry, r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlage William, clerk Asa Fisk,r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlet Joseph, laborer St. Luke's Hospital 
Barling Horatio H., stock dealer, r. 631 Webster 
Barlow Aurelius T., carpenter, r. 613 Mission 
Barlow Carrie B. Miss, principal Broadway Primary 

School, r. 1312 Jones 
Barlow Charles, workman U. S. Mint, r. cor Tenth 

and Madison, Oakland 
Barlow Elisha T., r. SW cor Channel and Bryant Av 
Barlow Frank, clerk Franklin Dexter, r. 50 Ji Zoe 
Barlow J. C, capitalist, r. 26 X' Kearny 
Barlow John, machinist, r. 63 Natoma 
Barlow Loretta Miss, shoelitter Jory Bros., r. cor 

Eleventh and Channel 
Barlow AVilliam, teamster Miners' Foundry, r. 5 Vas- 

sar PI 
Barlow William W., clerk, r. 1161 Howard 
Barman Benjamin, stock clerk Ackermau Bros., r. 

943 Folsom 
Barman Henry, teamster, r. 262 Clara 
Barman Isaac, •rasehnisher William T. Garratt, r. 

410 Sixth 
Barman Isaac, manager Lithauer & Co., 38 and 40 

Kearny 
Barman J. Mrs., lodgings, 943 FolBom 
Barman John S., night inspector Custom House, r. 

410 Sixth 
Barnabar B. A., r. 321 Pacific 
Barnaby Reginald H., conductor Market St. R. R., r. 

1426 Turk 
Barnacle James, sawmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., r. 

1626 Devisadero 
Barnard C. A. Mrs. (widow), r. 21 Ellis 
BARNARD P. & CO. (Henry Voorman), impor- 
ters and jobbers coal, agents stm Gussie Telfair, 

and sole agents Newport, Coos Bay Coal Co., 213- 

217 Jackson 
Barnard Frank (F. Barnard & Co.) r. 418 Eddy 
Barnard George B., teacher telegraphy Barnard's 

Business College, r. 620 Filbert 
BARNARD HENRY, president Barnard's Busi- 
ness College. 120 Sutter, r. 617 Eddy 
Barnard I. D. (S. H. Seymour & Co.) , r. Russ House • 
Barnard Joseph, r. 1626 Sutter 



Barnard Lemuel H., assistant bookkeeper Latham & 

King, r. 1807 Polk 
Barnard Matthew, shoemaker Jory Bros., r. 704 

Dolores 
Barnard Thomas G., contractor and builder, r. 32 

Riucon PI 
BARNARD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Henry 

Baruai'd president, 120 Sutter 
Earner Louis, fruit and vegetables, r. 139 Ninth 
Barner William, groceries and liquors, NE cor Ninth 

and Naloma 
Barnes A. J., r. 678 Twentieth 
Barnes Augusta (widow), r. 903 Jackson 
Barnes Benjamin J., laborer Betts' Spring Co., r. 812 

Dolores, rear 
Barnes Charles A., plasterer, r. SW cor Howard and I 

Twenty-fourth | 

Barnes David, merchant tailor, 311 Pine, room 5, r. I 

yOo Jackson I 

Barnes David H., quartermaster Pacific Mail S. S. 

Alaska, r. 20 Clementina j 

Barnes E. B. Miss, toucher music public schools, r. [ 

Shotwell, bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Barnes Edward, conductor N. B. Ai Mission R. R., r. [ 

137 Tehama | 

Barnes Edward T., r. 468 Jessie, rear 
BARNES EUCLID T., assistant secretary Cali- 
fornia Insurance Co., office 318 California, r, 

Alameda 
Barnes Frederick, carpenter, r. 206 Franklin 
Barnes George, laborer, r. 11 Tehama 
BARNES GEORGE E., dramatic critic Morning 

Call, otiice 517 Clay. r. Commercial Hotel 
Barnes Harvey S. (Barnes & Co.), r. NE cor Steiner 

and California 
Barnes Henry C, clerk George W. Tyler, r. Commer- 
cial Hotel 
Barnes Henry L., carpenter A. Washburn, r. 420 Sixth 
Barnes I. D., r. 314 Bush 
Barnes J., ]Daperfinisher A. D. Remington, r. 316 

Taylor 
Barnes James, laborer, r. 17 Russell 
Barnes James D., carpenter, r, 23 Kearny 
Barnes J. B., real estate, r. 314 Bush 
Barnes John, teamster Charles Pillsbury, r. SE cor 

Minnesota and M;mpo8a 
Barnes John A., miner, r. 568 Mission 
Barnes John T., conductor Central R. R., r. 11.5 Sixth 
Btrnes Joseph, laborer, r. .526 Howard 
Barnes Joseph, molder, r. 40 Tehama 
Barnes J. S., r. Revere House 
Barnes Margaret Mrs., boxmaker F. Korbel & Bros., 

r. 737 Brannan 
Barnes Richard, captain stm Mount Eden 
Barnes Richard M., policeman City Hall, r. 1110 Pow 
Barnes Robert E., boxmanufacturer, r. 678 Twentieth 
Barnes Robert L., assistant bookkeeper S.F. Bulletin 

Co., r. 1023 Stockton 
Barnes Thomas, r. 1104 Mission 
Barnes W. B., weaver, S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. Pioneer House 
BARNES W. H. L., attorney at law, office 420 

Califoi'nia, r. Palace Hotel 
Barnes Willard F., box manufacturer, r. 073 Twentieth 
Barnes William, carpenter, NW cor Ellis and Devisa- 
dero 
Barnes William, machinist H. W. Rice, r. 446 Brannan 
Barnes William A., laborer F. Korbel & Bros., r. 737 

Brannan 
Barnes William C, clerk Sherman, Hyde & Co., r. 1021 

Polk 
Barnes William H., editor Weekly Call, office 517 Clay, 

r. 148 Sixth 
BARNES AVILIilAM P., capitalist, r. 311 Stock 
BARNES <& CO., (Harvey S. Barnes and John 

Martin) , groceries, and liquors, NE cor Steiner 

and Calitornia 
Barnett Absolom J., draughtsman P. J. O'Connor, r. 

Oakland 
Barnett Andrew, r. 25 Dupont 
Barnett August, waiter, r. 423 Dupont 
Barnett Augusta (widow) , r. 437 Fell 
Barnett Bottie (widow), r. 810 Union 
Barnett George A., superintendent Jersey Farm, Dairy 

r. 835 Howard 
Barnett J. J., liquor saloon, SW cor Second and 

and Natoma 
Barnett Joseph, crockery, 39 Fourth, r. 314 Sixth 
Barnett Joseph P., moneybroker, r. Westminster 

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Barnett Louis, bookbinder T>. Hicks & Co., r. SIO Union 

Barnett Moses o. (S. A. Gyle & Co., Tehama), office 

210 Davis, r. oO.t Post 
Barnett Samuel, junk dealer, r. 420 Clementina 
Barnett Tbojuas, butcher Murphy, Horn & Byrne, r. 

Seventh .\v, nr M, Softth S. F. 
Barnett William, r. New Wisconsin Hotel 
Barnett William A., type founder Marder, Luse k Co., 

r. 703 Taylor 
Barney Alfred S., deiiuty TJ. S. Shipping Commis- 
sioner, office 118 Jackson, r. 2217 .Jackson 
Barnev Aurelius, collector, r. 1004 Market 
BARNEY BENJAMIN A., office 320 CaUfornia, 

r. 817 Van Ne.-^s Av 
BARNEY B, GRIFFEN, deputy U. S. Shipping 

Commissioner, office Pacific Mail S. S. Co's Wharf, 

r. 2200 Jackson 
Barney C. W.. clerk Peter Fernandez, r. 43 Minna, rear 
Barnev Heury, laborer Pac. Improvement Co., r. 1018 

Cliiy 
B.VR.NEY JAMES M., commission merchant, 

3-0 C:dif(iri!ia, r. Yuma, Arizona 
Barney MorKaii L., photographer, r. 1324 Polk 
Barney Thomas, chairmaker Cal. Furniture Manuf. 

Co., r. 720 Folsora 
Barnhart Christian, laborer, r. 22 Garden 
Baruhart George W., salesman A. L. Bancroft & Co., 

r. 210 Powell 
Barnhisel Samuel H., salesman Toklas Brown & Co., 

r. ;il4 Si.\th 
Barnicri Giovanni, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Bariihtead Thomas D. ijolicenian City Hall, r. 94G Har 
Barnuiu Catherine S. (widow), r. 1310 Hyde 
Barnum G. G., clerk, r. 21U4 Jackson 
Barnum Howard, laborer Woodward's Gardens, r. 14 

Kidley 
Barnum John A., millwright Pioneer Cigar Box Fac- 
tory, r. Fourth Street Hotel 
Barnum Koyal Mrs. (widow), r. 731 Pine 
Barnwell Gilbert T., cashier Cal. Pac. U. R., and Cen- 
tral Pac. It. R. Steamers, office Washington Street 

Wharf, r. 44H Bartlett 
Baroco Andrew, r. 014^4 Natoma 
Baron Bertranii, blacksmith, r. 1220 Powell 
Baron Charles, cook, r. 37 Pacific 

Baron Isidor, merchant, office 318 Front, r. 1728 Eddy 
Baron John (J. Dupiiy & Co.), r. 030 Broadway 
Baron William, hairdresser F. Mitchell, r. 181 Perry 
Baron. See Barron 

Baroni Peter, si'avenger, r. S s Vandewater, bet Ma- 
son anil Powell 
Baroni Richard, iieddlcr, r. S 8 Vandewater, bet Mason 

and Powell 
BARUN1DI.S GEORGE M., botanist, oculist, 

and orthopedist, office and r. 310 Kearny 
Barovino Giovano, seaman, r. 37 Pacific- 
Barque L., Tailors' Pro. Union, S W cor Kear and Mor 
Barr (Charles, frescopainter, r. 10 Cleaveland 
Harr Chiirles, wines and liiiuors, 5;{4 Cal, r. 335 Geary 
Barr Daniel, laborer S. B. Lardner , r. 020 Sixth 
Harr Frank, millhand Capitol Mills, r. i:}32 Dupont 
Harr Frank V., r. 430 Geary 
Harr Hannah K. (widow), r. 318 Oak 
Barr Jacob, teamster Charles F. Wagner, r. Seventh 

Av, nr Railroad Av, South S. F. 
Barr Jane, domestic 1214 Geary 
itARR J. D. tt CO. (Divid Samuels) manufs 

umbi-ellas an<l i)arasolH, 323 Bush 
liarr John, laborer, r. Seventh Av, betM and N, South 

K. F. 
Barr John D. (J. D. Barr & Co.), r. 1207 Bush 
Barr John G., mariner, r. 713 Folsom 
Barr Katie Airs., confectioner, 713 Folsom 
B»rr Martin. Swiss Beuov. Soc, 534 Kearny ' 
Barr Milton, student Barnard's Business College 
Barr Noil, moulder Thompson BroB., r. 637 8tey 
Burr Peter, seamitii, r. 44 Steiiart 
Barr 8., seaman, r. 4ti Steuart 
Barr Sarah A. Miss, asslstnnt Girls' High School, r. 

1017 Larkln 
Barr Htewiirt A., umbrellamakcr J. D. Barr k Co., r. 

1207 Ituhh 
Barr William Henry, mariner, r. 1014 Vallejo 
BARR.A K'/EKIELi 1., liquor saloon and cigars, 

N\V cor Fii-Ht ami Minna, r. 4 Minna 
Barra's Hall. NW cor I'ir.st and Minna 
Barrack Fred., candy maker W. S. Townsend, r.609 8ac 
BarrailUc Adidjili, laborer C. James King of WlUlam 

k Co., r. Meachaui PI 



Barraillac Charles, basketmaker, r. 3 Meacham PI 
Barraque Jean, SJda manufacturer P. G. Somps,r. 263 

Clementina 
Barras Frank T., butcher S. Lobenstein, r. NW cor 

Post and Laguna 
Barre August, liquors, NW cor Lombard and Octavia 
BARRED A PRKUERIC L.., manager D. De 

Castro & Co., office 213 Sansom, room 1, r. 810 

Leaveuworch 
Barrela Juan dc Dios, laborer, r. 12 Pollard PI 
Barreli Michael, r. 442 Union 
Barren Samuel S., r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Barren Gustav. baker, r. 18 First 
Barren Julius, butcher, r. 18 First 
Barren Rudolph, cook, r. 18 First 
Barrera Michaela Miss, dressmaker, r. 637 Vallejo 
Barrett Abraham, tailor, r. 17'.» Perry 
Barrett Alfred, carpenter, r. 100 Prospect PI 
Barrett Alfred, watchmaker and jeweler, G2 Second, r. 

230 Seventh 
Barrett Alfred J., cigar stand, 152 Sixth, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett Annie Miss, sUoefitter S. W. Levy, r. cor 

Tweuty-third and Folsom 
Barrett Charles H., surveyor, r. 22 Geary 
Barrett Charles L. (Demiug A: Barrett), r. 1710 Geary 
Barrett Cornelius, teamster, r. 104 Polk 
Barrett Edward, r. y04 Kearny 
Barrett Edward, laborer, r. '24 Clementina 
Barrett Edward, laborer, r. (JOD'-j Minna 
Barrett Edward, painter, r. 251 Stevenson 
Barrett Edward, shoemaker, r. 15 Stevenson 
Barrett Edward F., butcher A. E. Rudolph, r. 410 Clem 
Barrett Edward J., bartender Eugene Cheuot, r. 802 

Folsom 
Barrett Edward J., expressman NE cor Second and 

Tehama, r. 30 Stanford 
Barrett Francis A., carpenter Excelsior Planing Mills, 

r. Seventeenth Av bet J & K, South 8. F. 
Barrett Frauk, r. 207 Kearny 

Barrett Frauk M., driver City R. R., r. 172 Fourteenth 
Barrett George, malster Mason'-s Brewery 51!) Chestnut 
Barrett George, salesman Alfred J. Barrett, r. "236 

Seventh 
Barrett Hannah (widow) , r. 517 Stevenson 
Barrett Hannah (widow), r. N s Kansas nr Nevada 
Barrett James, ganieuer Laurel Hill Cemetery, r. W 8 

Cook nr Point I.obos Av 
Barrett James, painter, r. 112 Dora 
Barrett Jane (widow), ladies' nurse, r. 662 Minna 
Barrett John, r. 50'.) Washington 
Barrett John, blacksmith, r. 204 Van Ness Av, rear 
Barrett John, boatman, r. liO Berry 
Barrett John, carpenter, r. 21)21 Mission 
Barrett John, expressman, r. 30 Stanford 
Barrett John, seaman, r. .506 Davis 
Barrett John J., baker Roman Catholic Orphan Asy- 
lum, r. 6!« Freelon 
Barrett John S. (Barrett & Walker), r. 1607 Oough 
Barrett John T., carpenter, r. 521 Pacific 
Barrett Justin, teamster J. Morton k Co. 
Barrett K., seaman, r. 46 Steuart 

Barrett MBggie,domestic NE corner Sutter and Stelner 
Barrett Margaret (widow), r. 782 Harrison 
Barrett Mary A. (widow), r. 425 Stevenson 
Barrett Maurice, clerk L. G. Flauuingan, r. 8W cor 

Kansas ou<l Vermont ^ 

Barrett Michael, boilermaker, r. NE cor Louisiana 

and Sierra 
Barrett Michael, laborer Pacific Mail 8. 8. Co. 
Barrett Michael, shipcaulker, r. "24 Masonic At 
Barrett I'., boilermaker Risdon I, and L. Works 
Barrett Patrick, laborer, r. 222'.) Mission 
Barrett Patrick, quartermaster O. & O. S. 8. Gaelic 
Barrett Piitrlc-k, tanner J. Donavan & Co., r. 269 Jessie 
Barrett Pntrii'k, night watchman Central Pac. U. R. 

I'o.'h wharf, r. 3i').'t Nalonm 
Barrett Patrick F., driver N. B. and Mission R. B., r. 

316 Fourth 
Barrett Paul, carpenter, r. 900 Kearny 
Barrett Richard, laborer Diggins Bros., r. 2512 Sutler 
Barrett Richard T., framemaker, r. 423 Stevenson 
Barrett Rol)crt, 8oa]>maker. r. 122 Gilbert 
Barrett Thomas, laborer, r. 636 !« Fourth 
Barrett Timothy, driver Clifl" House Stage, r. Home- 
stead House, 8 8 Point Lobos Av, nr Twenty- 
fourth Av 
Barrett Wallace C, clerk Turner. Kennedy k Shaw, r. 

636 .Hr Fourth 
lArrett William, driver United Carriage Co.. r. 667 

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Barrett William, laborer, r. S a Laurel Av, bet Van 

Ness Av and Franklin 
Barrett William, teamster George Morrow & Co., 35 

Commercial 
Barrett William F., molder Risdon Land L. Works, 

r. 511 Howard 
Barrett William G., secretary S. F. Gaslight Co., r. 

Oakland 
Barrett William H., carpenter, r. 5 Alemany 
Barrett William J., driver Ten Cent Parcel Delivery 

Co., r. S'25 Buchannan 
. BARRETT <& SHERWOOD (Robert Sherwood), 

importers and dealers watches, diamonds, jew- 
elry, etj., 517 Montgomery 
BARRETT & W'AL.KER (John S. Barrett and 

Oscar V. Walker) , stockbrokers, 4 Leidesdorfi 
' Barrie Charle.s J., teamster Bryden & Hinckley, r. IIG 
j Shipley, rear 

Barrie David, conductor Clay St. Hill R. R.,r. 1331 Clay 
j Bariieutos Martin, compositor La Voce del Popolo, r. 

518 Green 
; BARR1L.IS DIEGO COUNT, Consul Italy, office 

5'25 Front, r. Oakland 
Birriuger Benjamin, baker, r. 536 Vallejo 
Barrington Alfred, fireman, r. 625 Davis 
Barrington Charles, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Barrington Charles L.. clerk Reche vS: Co., r. 1513 Pow 
Barrington George F., store bookkeeper warehouse 

department Custom House, r. 170o Polk 
Barrington John, route agent U. S. Railway Mail Ser- 
vice, r. Santa Rosa 
Barrington William, r. 1513 Powell 
Barris C. C, clerk, r. 302 Montgomery 
Barroilhet Henry (Belloc & Co.), r. Occidental Hotel 
Barron Abraham, tailor, 31 Pacific 
Barron Arthur W., assistant superintendent Fifth St. 

branch Market St. R. R., r. 413 Brauuan 
Barran Charles, waiter stm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 
Barron Cornelius, liquor saloon, SW cor Georgia and 

Sierra 
Barron Cornelius, seaman, r. Steuart Street House 
Barron Cornelius J., painter, 815 Market 
Barron Ellen D. (widow), r. 1110 Harrison 
Barron Edward, capitalist, office 21 Nevada Block, r. 

Maytield, Santa Clara Co. 
Barron Fannie Mrs., r. 110 Sixth 
Barron George, compositor A. L. Bancroft &Co., r. 22 

Turk 
Barron Henry, barber, r. 212 M Perry 
Barron Isidor, butcher Palace Hotel 
Barron James, captain stm Hope, r. Union City 
Barron John, painter, r. 2107}^ Stockton 
Barron Joseph, capitalist, r. 606 Stockton 
Barron Louise Miss, student Barnard's Business Col. 
Barron Melville V., boilermaker, r. 310 Eighth 
Barron Michael, carpenter Cal. Mills, r. 2319 Mission 
Barron Nathan Mrs., r. 144 Shipley, rear 
Barron Peter, carpenter, r. 43B Broadway 
Barron Richard, captain stm Mount Eden, r. Mount 

Eden 
Barron Terrenoe, conductor Omnibus R. R. 
Barron Thomas, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Barron William, groceries and liquors, SW cor Pow- 
ell and Clay 
Barron William R., shipjoiner. r. 623 East 
Barron. See Baron 

Barroni Augustine, fruits, etc., 1323 Larkin 
Barrow Charles F., engraver, r. G15 Sacramento 
Barrow Charles W. (Hopkins, Taylor & Co.) , r. Diion, 

Solano Co. 
Barrow George, seaman, r. ill hi Tehama 
Barrow James, laborer, r. 240 Jessie 
Barrows Daniel F., painter, r. 3 Verona PI 
Barrows Edward, pressman A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 

1321 Tyler 
Barrows Frank P., manager Victor Sewing Machine 

Agency, 1212 Market, t. 132 McAllister 
Barrows James, laundryman Lick House 
Barrows John, salesman I. M. Wentworth Boot and 

Shoe Co., r. NE cor Oak and Octavia 
Barrows Lottie M., assistant Turk St. Primary School, 

r. 1321 Tyler 
Barrows Lucy (widow), r. 55 South Park 
Barrows Mary (widow) , r. 1321 Tyler 
Barrows Robert, driver Cal. Cracker Co., r. SW cor 

Post and Baker 
Barrows Ste ihen S., builder, r. 10 Carlos PI 
BABRO»V~S THOMAS, proptr Victor Sewing Ma- 
chine Agency, 1212 Market, r. Oakland 
Barrows William, r. Grand Hotel 



Barrows William H., attorney at law, office 74 Mont- 
gomery Block, r. 1-531 Tyler 

Barry , laborer, r. 1018 Clay 

Barry Alfred, laborer Centennial Planing Mill, r. 100 
Prospect PI 

Barry Antonio, cook, 430 Bryant, r. 158 Clara, rear 
I Barrv August, seaman schooner Golden Fleece, Fol- 
s'om-St Wharf 

Barry Augustus W., driver Sutter St. R.R., r. 31 Austin 

Barry C, r. '209 Leidesdorff 

Barry Charles, longshoreman, r. S s Greenwich, bet 
! Montgomery and Sansom 

j Barry Charles E., searcher of records, 619 Mont 

Barry Charles O., sawyer, r. 511 Howard 

Barry D., laborer Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 

Barry Daniel, longshoreman, r. 310 Main, rear 

Barry David, r. 436 Stevenson 

Barry David, r. E s Church, bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third 

Barry David, laborer, r. 299 Folsom ■ 

Bari'j- David, shoemaker, r. 11 Lafayette 

BARRY DAVID, wines, liquors and cigars, NE 
cor Eighth and Heron, r. 4 Heron 

Barry David, Jr., market, E s Church, bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third 

Barry Delia, domestic 914 O'Farrell 

Barry Dennis, laborer, r. 77b Harrison 

Barry E., r. 209 Leidesdorff 

Barry E., r. 602 Franklin 

Barry E. A. Miss, r. 820 Union 

Barry Edward, carpenter, r. Overland House 

Barry Edward, laborer Union Iron Works, r. 6Freelon 

Barry Edward, milk dairy. Crescent Av., nr San Bruno 
Road 

Barry Edward, real estate agent, office 415 Montgomery, 
r. Oakland 

Barry Eliza Mrs., bakery, 648 Mission 

Barry Ernest V., boxmaker, r. 157 Seventh 

Barry Frank, driver James L. Eldredge, r. 117 Eleventh 

Barry James (Hartnett & Barry), r. 402 Broadway 

Barry James, bricklayer, r. 504 Linden 

Barry James, engineer, r. 538 Howard 

Barry James, foreman Abner Doble, r. 211 Taylor 

Barry James, laborer, r. 818 Folsom 

Barry James, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 

Barry James, laborer Union Iron Works, r. 221 Jeasie 

Barry James, longshoreman A. F. Spear & Co. 

Barry James, peddler, r. 428 Dore, rear 

Barry James, seaman, r. 809 Battery 

Barry James, seaman, r. Western House 

Barry James, tailor, r. 9 Montgomery Court 

Barry James, woolsorter S. B. Lardner, r. 114 Clem 

Barry James F., machinehand Holland & Ruppel, r. 
W s Dolores, bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 

Barry James H., printer, 535 Clay, r. 1224 Broadway 

Barry James J., nightwatchman New City Hall, r. 21 
Fulton 

Barry Jeremiah, maltster Hibernia Brewery, r. 4 Heron 

Barry John, r. 18 Freelon 

Barry John, bookkeeper, r. 357 Tehama 

Barry John, carriagetrimmer H. M. Black & Co. 

Barry John, coachman William F. Babcock, r. 325 Fol 

BaiTy John, driver City Cab and Transfer Co 

Barry John, expressman, NE cor Kearny and Bush, r. 
8 Byingtun 

Barry John, 'laborer, r. 6!^ Auburn 

Barry John, laborer, r. 2.523 Sacramento 

Barry John, laborer Pacific Mail S. S. Co 

Barry John, laborer S. F. Grading and Macadamizing 
Co.. Long Bridge 

Barry John, longshoreman, r. 14 Zoe 

Barry John, shipcalker, r. 21^ Langton 

Barry John, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 4 
Church Lane 

Barry John, shoemaker S. W. Levy, r. 301 Clementina 

Barry John D., bookkeeper Davis Bros., r. Oakland 

Barry John H., chief delivery clerk W. U. Telegraph 
Co., r. 2H Taylor 

Barry John T., state inspector Bulkhead, r. 206 Chest- 
nut 

Barry Joseph, laborer, r. 115 Second 

Barry Julia (widow), r, 10 Varenne 

Barry Julia (widow), 8eam.stres8, r. 24 Third 

Barry Kate Mrs., furnished rooms, 157 Seventh 

Barry Margaret (widow) , r. 8 Glover 

Barry Markham J., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 609 
Post 

Barry Martin, laborer, r. Ocean House Road, nr Toll 
House 

Barry Martin, tailor, r. 1924 Bush 



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Barry Mary (widowl , r. 9 Kent 
Barry Mary (widow), r. 35 Valparaiso 
Barry Mary (widow) . laundress, r. 1413 Scott, rear 
Barry Matthew B., fruits and vegetables, SE cor Rail- 
road and Sixteenth Avs, South S. F 
Barry Maurice, laborer ftolden Gate Park, r. W s 

Boyce, bet Point Lubos Av and St. Rose 
Barry Maurice, roofer Conlin & Roberts, r. 510 Minna 
Barry M. C. Miss, assistant Market and Seventh Street 

Primary School, r. 211 Taylor 
Barry Michael, carpenter Centennial Planing Mill, r. 

t'io Howard 
Barry Michael, coachman, 1801 California 
Barry Michael, foundryman. r. N s Powell Av, nr Miss 
Barry Michael, gardener, r. NE cor Nebraska and Ne- 
vada 
Barry Michael, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 
Barry Michael, shoemaker, r. 27 Hinckley 
Barry Michael, shoeuiakir Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

Fairmount Tract, nr Berual Station 
Barry Owen, laborer Presidio Reservation, r. S s Ful- 
ton, bet Laguna and Buchanan l 
Barry Patri<k, groceries and liquors, NW cor Russ 

and NatOiUa 
Barry Patrick, groceries and liquors, NW cor Seventh { 

and Stevenson 
Barry Patrick, janitor City Criminal Court, r. 1327 

California, rear 
Barry Patrick, laborer City Iron Works, r. 1-lOFreelon 
Barry Patrick O., clerk C. V. Gillespie, r. 1112 Pacitic 
Barry Peter, molder G>)ldeu State and Miner's Iron 

Works, r. 820 Folsom 
Barry Richard, housemover J. S. Stratton, r. 27 

Park Av 
Barry Richard, laborer, r. 511 Mission 
Barry Richard, laborer Golden Gate Park 
Barry Richard, laborer Weed A; Kingwell, r. 260 Clara 
Barry Richard, sailmaker W. C. Wood, r. 18 Wash Av 
Barry Richard, tanner Joseph Sedgley, r. 2017 How- 
ard 
Barry Richard, watchman stm Transit, Oakland 

Ferry, r. Oakland 
Barry Richard L.. clerk, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry Robert, commercial agent, r. 21 Prosjiect PI 
Barry Robert, gardener Leland Stanford, SW cor Cal- 
ifornia and Powell 
Barry Robert, hostler City R. R., r. 1333 Minna 
Barry Robert, ropemaker, r. S s Sixteenth, bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores 
Barry TheoiUire A., r. 709 Geary 
Barry Thomas, r. 512 Mi8si()n 

Barry Thomas, bookkeeper Isaac Pollard, r. 36 Natoma 
Barry Thomas, laborer Pacitic Mail S. S. Co. 
Barry Thomas, nightwatchman Oregon S. S. Co., Fol- 
som St. Wharf 
Barry Thomas, shoemaker Buckingham i: Hecht, r. 2 

Eddy PI 
Barry Thomas A., metal roofer, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry Thomas F., attorney at law, r. 35 Valparaiso 
Barry Thomas T., salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 

717 Grove 
Barry William, r. (WO Jessie, bet Seventh and Eighth 
Barry William, boatswain Pacitic Mail S. S. Colima 
Barry William, bookkeeper, r. 218 Minna 
Barry William, hackman, cor California and Mont- 
gomery, r. 1(523 Washington 
Barry William, laborer, r. 81 Natoma 
Barry William, laborer William T. Garratt, r. 508 

Howard 
Barry William, ship carpenter, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry William, steerage watch Pacific Mail g. S. City 

of Sydney 
Barry William F., pressman James H. Barry, r. 1224 

Broa<lway 
Barry William H., wheelwright, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry William I. (Bisagno & Barry), r. COUPost 
Barry William J., r. 35 Valparaiso 
Barry William J., horseshoer Abner Doble, r. 211 

Taylor 
Barry William McGill, r. 009 Post 
Barry. See Uarri<! 
Barsel Ernest A., barkeeper Mrs. S. A. Moliton, r. 416 

Francisco 
Barsel Frank, bricklayer, r. 415 Francisco 
Barsel Louisa (widow), r. 415 Francisco 
Barsolia Charles, laborer, r. 741 Vallejo 
Barsotti A , peddler, r. 7 Dodge 
Barstow Alfred (Brewer & Barstow) attorney at law, 

office 330 Pine, rooms 49 and 50, r. Oakland 
Barstow B. B., r. KMj "^j'Second 



Barstow Benjamin, Jour. Shipwrights' Assn., 71 New 

Montgomery 
Barstow Carl, longshoreman, r. 641 Commercial 
Barstow David P., attorney at law, office 12 S. F. 

Stock Exchange Building, r. Oakland 
Barstow E. seaman S. S. City of Chester, Oregon S. 

S. Co. 
Barstow Frederick O.. physician ofBce and r. 1336 Sac 
BARST01\' GEORGE, attorney at law, office 

309 California, nnim 19, r. 927 Pine 
Barstow William, phy.^-iciau, r. 42 V. S. Cnirt Bldg 
Bartel Catherine (widow) , r. 727 Broadway, rear 
Bartel John, baker, r.98S Folsom 
Bartel Robert, waiter, r, 502 Bush 
Bartels Charles H., clerk Schutte & Bro6..r-. NE cor 

Commerce and Battei-y 
Bartels Fred., barkeeper Henry Evers, r. Iiil7 Dup 
Bartels Frederick, tinsmith, r. 389 Eighth 
Bartels Henry, liquor saloon. SW cor Union and 

Front 
Bartels Henry, upholsterer William Koser, r. 427 Pow 
Bartels M., iiianist Kohler & Chase 
Bartels Richard, b.arkeeper Charles Koch, r. 1014 

Hampshire 
Bartelsohn Adolph. clerk, r. 915 Stockton 
Barter Augusta B. Mrs., medicated b-iths, 407 Mason 
Barterallie Domiuick, r. 15 Virginia 
Barth Charles, iron-cornicemaker Conlin & Roberts, 

r. 10 Cleaveland 
Barth Charles, wheelwright, r. Post Street House 
Barth Charles H., bookkeeper Edwards & Irvine, r. 

614 Mason 
Barth L. L., groceries, 914 Market, r. 427 Fultou 
Barth Philip, clerk I. Glazier & Co.. r. 123 Powell 
Barth Richard, machinist Joshua Hendy, r. Fourth 

Street Hotel 
Barthaus Henry, driver Fifth St Branch Market St. 

R. R., r. New Washington Hotel 
Barthelemy N., bootmaker, 723 Pacific 
Barthen Autouia (widow), r. 12 Cedar Av 
Earthen Fanny Miss, tencher music, r, 12 Cedar Av 
Bartliol Adam" r. 4(i5 Minna 
Burthold Adolph, r. 1184 Harrison, rear 
Barthold Max, teamster S. F. Stock Brewer}-, r. 2118 

Powell 
Bartholoma John, liquor saloon NE cor Commerce 

and Battery, r. 1022 Battery 
Bartholome Guiseppe, fisherman, r. 894 Front 
Bartholomew Derham. clerk F. S. Wensiuger. r. 20 

Bernard 
Bartholomew Henry G., expressman SE cor Front 

and Pine. r. 2106 Devisadero 
Bartholow Boude. r. 835 McAllister 
Bartholow W. E. B., bookkeeper, r. 835 McAllister 
Barthrop Edward, butcher, r. 72CBrannan, roar 
Barthyau H.. teamster .\udrew Onderdonk 
Bartleson Neils, s-aman. r. 105 Clark 
Bartlett A. (widow), r. 1137 Mission 
Bartlett Albert J., drayman D. L. Farnsworth, r. 122 

Eddy 
Bartlett .A.lfred, real estate, r. Colonnade House 
Bartlett B L., commercial adjuster. 123 Cal, room 3G 
Bartlett Carrie Miss, r. 21S Twenty-fourth 
BARTLETT COL.OIBUS, attorney at law, 

office 230 Montgomery, rooms 18-19, r. 1131 Ellis 
Bartlett Earl, attorney at law. office 35 Montgomery 

Block, r. S s Point Lobos Av, nr Sixteenth Av 
Bartlett Edward C. carpenter 512 Suiter, r. 415 Mason 
Bartlett Frank A., stairbuilder, r. 919 Post 
Bartlett George G., fourth officer Pacific Mail 8. S. 

City of Peking 
Bartlett Henry E., driver Contra Costa Laundry Assu, 

r. Oakland 
Bartlett H. W., captain scbr Mignonette, r. 61036 

Nineteenth 
Bartlett James H., carpenter, r. SE cor Sixteenth and 

Dolores 
Bartlett Jared A., ship carpenter W. E. CoUyer, r. 312 

Beale 
Bartlett Job C, drayman Haas Bros., r. 122 Eddy 
Bartlett Joseph, peddler, r. Tweuty-iiintli, nr Sanchez 
Bartlett Joseph L., blacksmith, r. NW cor Twenty- 
ninth aiid'Sanchoz 
Barth tt L. W.. clerk, r. 15 Dupont 
Bartlett Natlianiel, flour packer Golden Age Flouring 

Mills, r. 1012 Montgomery. 
Bartlett Pliny (Contra Costa Laundry Assn.), r. Oak- 
land 
Bartlett Richard, paperhanger John J. Cooney, r. Mis- 
sion, nr Third 



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Bartlett Robert, driver Smith & Poultney, r. 344 Bran 
Bartlett Robert B., iijerthant.r. 36 Moss 
Bartlett Sauiuel. master uiiirincr. r. 119 Jackson 
Bartlett Tbonias, uplmlsterer, r. 14 Clara 
Bartlett Walter A., adjuster Davis Vertical Feed Sew- 
ing Machine Co., r. 335 Tehama 
Bartlett Ward S., waiter Occidental Hotel, r. 25U Te- 

harua 
BARTLETT WASHINGTON, attorney at law, 

office 200 Mont, rooms 18 and 19, r. 317 Powell 
Bartlett William, r. SW. cor Douglas and Stanton 
Bartlett William C, Evening Bulletin Editorial Rooms, 

r. Oakland 
Bartlett William S., note teller National Gold Bank 

and Trust Co.. r. 1218 Oak, Oakland 
Bartley Elizabeth (widow) . r. 125 Dora 
Bartley George, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. E s 

Louisiana, nr Shasta 
Bartling William (Battling & Kimball), r. Oakland 
BARTL.ING «SJ KIMBALL. (William Bartling and 

Henry Kimball), bookbinders and blank book 

mannfs., 505 Clay 
Bartlonni Ed ma rno, clerk C.Malagamba, r. 518 Vallejo 
Bartlow William, laborer, r. (J Card Alley 
Bartman John, millwright, r. 617 Hayes 
Bartmann Anton, carpenter, r. S s Birch Av, nr Bu- 
chanan 
Bartmaun C, r. Hotel Rheiu 
Bartmann Ferdinand, carpenter, r. 729 Grove 
Bartmann John C, teacher music, r. 729 Grove 
Barto Harrison (Siiaulding, Barto & Co.),r. 18 Eeed 
Earto Mary (widow), r. 3 Caroline PI 
Barton A. k Co. (Horace Hale) , horseshoers, 22 Tyler 
Barton Arthur (A Barton & Co.), r. 216 Tyler 
Barton Benjamin F. (B. F. Barton & Co.), r. Alameda 
BARTON B. P. & CO. , proptrs Pioneer Salt 

Mills and naanufs. Peerless Yeast Powder, 213 Sac 
Barton Daniel, plasterer, r. 46 Jessie 
Barton Frank D., clerk M. J. Flavin, r. 518 Minna 
Barton George, r. 418 Brannan 
Barton Harry, r. 31 Minna 
Burton Hugh, stonecutter Henderson Bros., r. S s 

Point Lobos Av, bet First and Second Avs 
Barton James, boot and shoemaker, 819 Battery 
Barton James, machinist, r. 418 Brannan 
Barton J. H., r. 638 Howard 
Barton Jolin, president Union Pacific Salt Co., office 

216 Sacramento, r. Alameda 
Barton John, waiter Palace Hotel 
Barton Phineas W., clerk Fireman's Fund Insurance 

Co., r. Alameda 
Barton Robert, extramanHose No. 8, S. F.F. D. 
BARTON ROBERT, mining engineer, office 17 

Nevada Block, r. NW cor Jackson and Gough 
Barton Robert, painter, r. 1232 Union 
Barton Thomas S.. clerk Coffin & Hendry, r. 1211 Bush 
Baiton Walter, with Indianapolis Chair Manuf. Co., r. 

Hackmeier's Hotel 
Barton W. B. (Barton and Lawlor), r. Palace Hotel 
Barton Willard T., assistant secretary S. F. Stock an'd 

Exchange Board, r. Oakland 
Barton William, r. 1232 Union 
Barton William, stevedore, C. E. Haseltine, r. 914)^ 

Harrison 
Barton William Jr., milkman, r. 1232 Union 
Barton William H., stockbroker, r. 2208 Jackson 
Barton William W., clerk B. F. Barton & Co., r. 2208 

Jackson 
Barton & Lawlor (W. B. Barton and Frank Lawlor), 

managers California Theater, N s Bush, bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Baitosek Joseph C, cigar packer, r. 2021 Mason 
Bartram John, salesman H. Frledlander, r. 729 Cal 
Bartsch Charles, blacksmith Jean B. Arfort, r. Post 

Street House 
Bartwell Charles, speculator, r. 14 Prospect PI 
Baruch Frederick, salesman Buyer, Reich & Co., r. 

535J4 O'Farrell 
Baruch Isaac, r. 535 }<; O'Farrell 
Baruch Paulina, midwife, r. 912 Folsom 
Baruch Simon, salesman J. J. Leszjnsky, r. 657 Har 
Barut Albert, clerk N. Ten Bosch k Co., r. 1402 Stock 
Barut August, blacksmith, r. 1402 Stockton 
Barut Raymond, market, 1402 Stockton 
Baruth Ernst F., groceries and liquors, SW cor Post 

and Fillmore 
Baruth Henry, groceries and liquors, 230 Minna 
Baruth William P., groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Hyde and Sutter 
Baiwell James, painter, r. 335 Clementina 



Barz August, blacksmith, SE cor Montgomery At and 

Scotland 
Barzelotte Alberto, Italian Benev. Sec, 423 Wash 
Basalt Co. The, Frank L. Palmer 8e<!rctary, efflce 

.'J33 Kearny, room 1 
Basch John S., clerk Castle Bros., r. 648 Howard 
Basch Louis, nhirt manuf, 126 Kearny, room ^0, r. 

1918 Sutter 
Basch Manuel, clerk E. Floersheim, r. Oakland 
Basciano Peter, r. 306 Downey 
Bascizza Guiseppe. fisherman r. 894 Front 
Bascom Henry B., tailor, 115 Geary 
Bascom M. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 115 Geary 
Bascombe Annie Miss, r. 32 Turk 
Bascombe Frederick A., machinist Southern Pac. R. 

R., r. 175 Fourteenth 
Bascovel Edward, machinist, r. 112 Natoma 
Basenthall Adolph, cook, r. 761 Mission 
Basford J. K., physician, r. 2133 Bush 
Basford John, produce dealer, r. 507 Stevenson 
Bash Hyman, tailor, 2 Bryant PI, r. 549 Tehama, bet 

Fifth imd Sixth 
Bashford L. & Co., groceries (Prescott, Arizona), 

office 218-220 Front 
Bashford Levi (L. Bas^hford & Co.), r. The Baldwin 
Bashold C, tailor, r. 427 Greenwich 
Basilouski Alphonse, fruits and vegetables. 17 and 18 

Grand Western Market, r. 36 Austin 
Baskerville Edwin, machinist Golden State and 

Miners' Iron Works, r. 112 Natoma 
Baskerville James, r. New Wisconsin Hotel 
Baskerville Richard D., r. 26 Perry 
Basler George A., painter, r. 29 Pearl 
Basquello Bennett, peddler, r. 73(i Vallejo, rear 
Bass Salvatora, teamster De Martini & Bonasso, r. 

San Jose Road, nr Ocean House Road 
Bass Thomas J. (T. J. Bass & Co.) , r. SE cor Noe and 

Fifteenth 
BASS T. J. & CO., paints, oils, glass, and 

coach painters' supplies, 26 Geary 
Bassanio Anide Miss, domestic 723 Broadway 
Basseler David, cook stm Reform, Jackson St. Wharf 
Bassen Joachim, malster Albany Brewery, r. 74 Everett 
BASSETT A. C, superintenaent Southern Pac. 

R. B., office NE cor Fourth and Townsend, room 

31, r. 637 Folsom 
Bassett C, chemist, r. 636 Commercial 
Bassett C. F. & Co., commission merchants, office 304 

Davis 
Baasett Charles F. (C. F. Bassett & Co.) r. 1630 "West 

Mission 
Bassett Cyrus, second officer Pacific Mail S. S. China 
Bassett Daniel J., machinist, r. 39 Clementina 
Bassett Elizabeth (widow) , r. 39 Clementina 
Bassett Henry D., salesman John Kentfield & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bassett Henry M., teamster, r. 235 Eighth 
Bassett James M., proptr Golden Era, office 615 Com- 
mercial, r. Oakland 
Bassett John, r. S04 Kearny 
Bassett John, stevedore, r. 225 Perry 
BASSETT JOSEPH, produce commission, 221 

and 223 Clay, r. Fruit Vale, Alameda Co. 
Bassett Joseph F., bookkeeper Joseph Bassett, r. 

Fruit Vale, Alameda Co. 
Bassett Martin E., collector Oakland Ferry, r. 417 

Kearny 
Bassett Martin L., carpenter and builder, r. 118 

Liberty 
Bassett Matthew M., drayman Capitol Mills 
Bassett E. (widow) , r. 1711 Howard 
Bassett Russell, actor California Theatre, r. 22 Geary 
Bassett S. F., waiter Pacilic Mail S. S. Colima 
Bassi Louis, boilermaker Moynihan & Aitken, r. 10 

Lewis 
Bassillio Assenti, cook Brooklyn Hotel, 210 Bnsh 
Bassillio Joseph, engineer Black Diamond Coal Co., 

r. 216 Union 
Bassillio Santalasi. framemaker Lippi Bros., r. 526 

Broadway 
Baissini B., collector S. F. Gas Light Co., r. Oakland 
Bassino P., expressman, SEcor Sacramento and Mont 
Bassi ty James E., plasterer, r. 113 Jones 
Bassity Matthew F., plasterer, r. 414J<> Fulton 
Basso Salvatore, Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423Bdwy 
Bast Anthony, draughtsman J. Marquis, r. 112 Val- 
paraiso 
Bast Engelbert, contractor, r. 112 Valparaiso 
Bastheim Joseph, merchant, 29 and 31 Battery, r. 

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Bastian Benedict, bushelmaii Burr & Fink, r. 7 

Quincy PI 
Bastian Henry, seaman schr Vladimir, r. 625 Pacific 
Baston Abner F., expressman Kohler & Chase, r. 1022 

McAllister 
Baston Joseph G., salesman Waterhouse k Lester, r. 

29 Fremont 
Baston Joseph W., sttident, r. 1822 McAllister 
Baston Nellie Miss, domestic 611 Hyde 
Bataille Albert P., waiter Michael Deutsch, r. 900 Pac 
Batanzos Jesus, r. 700 Broadway 
Batavia Philip, hairdresser Harris Bernard, r. Hansa 

Hotel 
Batchelder Caroline E. Miss, r. 322 Fult.>n 
Batchelder David F.. real-estate, r. 951 Bryant 
Batchelder Hiram, carrier Evening Bulletin, r. 835 

Broadway 
Batch Ider John R.. carpenter, r. 1053^ Tyler 
Batchelder Levi L.. stevednre, r. U06 Pine 
Batchelder Nathan P., clerk, r. 1133 Howard 
Batchcdder R. N., brevet colonel and quartermaster 

U. S. A., office 10') Stoekton, r. Palace Hotel 
Batchelder William H., carpenter, r. 127 Fourth, rear 
Batchelder William H., housemover, r. 114 Austin 
Batchelder William H. Jr., hotisemover, Presidio Res- 
ervation 
Batchelder William S., clerk S. F. News Co., r. U06 

Pine 
Bat helder. See Bachelder 
Bate B. W., sampleman, r. 118 O'Farrell 
Bate William H., patternmaker, r. 211 Stevenson 
Bat man Gold and Silver Mining Co., Orlando H. Bo- j 

gart secretary, office lOt; Leidesdorff 
B.VTE3IAN I. C, mining, office 318 Pine, rooms 

16 and 17, r. S.'m Harrison I 

Bateman J. E., carpenter Safety Powder Co., r. SW 

cor Li-'una and Greenwich I 

Bstcman John, carpenter, r. 102 Natoma 1 

Bateman John, clerk Michael C. Bateman, r. 1912 Pa- 
cific .\x 
Bateman Michael, clerk, r. 1912 Pacific Av 
Bateman Miehiel C, contractor, office cor Front and 

Clark, r. 1912 Pacific Av 
Bateman Miles, carpenter Abbott Washburn, r. 645M 

Stevenson 
Bateinai) Rolx>rt, boatman, r. cattle wharf. Long Bridge 
Bateman Willi iin (J.Kemp & Co.), r. 1231 Howard 
Batener Philip, laborer, r. 722 Harrison 
Bates Alfred, mai-hiuist Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 661 

Natoma 
Bates Alfred, teacher University School, 320 Eddy, r. 

1808 Gough 
Bates .\udrew T., attorney at law, office 426 California, 

r. Nu<deuB House 
Bates Ansel, mining, office 328 Montgomery, room 4, 

r. West Oakland 
Bates Byron W., commission merchant, office 223 Sac- 
ramento, r. 118 O'Farrell 
Bates Caroline, teacher University School, r. 1808 

(iough 
Bates Catherine M. (widow), r. 70t Harrison 
Bates Cicero M., physician, office 224 Kearny, room 2, 

r. Oakland 
Batc's Daniel S., night inspector Custom House, r. 113 

Eleventh 
Bates Dudley C. (S. B. Boswell k Co.),r. 1705 Octavia 
Bates Edward, steward, r. 319 Green 
Bales Edward K.. r. 112 Eddy 
Bates Ellen (widow), r. 902 Filbert 
Bates Eugene J., cashier Crane k Brigham, r. 764 Har- 
rison 
Bates Georce, jjrincipal University School, 320 Eddy, 

r. 1>S0H Gcuigh 
Bates George, teamster Horatio N. Tribou, r. 328 Tenth 
Bates (leorge A., tinsmith T. Goodrich, r. .'546 Mission 
Bates George S., Evening Bulletin editorial rooms, r. 

lOin Powell 
Bates George W., bridgebuilder. r. 328 Tenth 
Batis Herbert F. A., clerk 8. Mosgrove & Co., r Hd 

Misslrin 
Bates James, seaman, r. 510 Davis 
Bates James H.. r. .'Ilii O'Earroll 
Bates James M., r. 31tl O'Farrell 
Bales J. II., Hurvi^yor, r.22 Geary 
Bates John, boatman, r. 6 Zoo PI 
BntcM Jolin S.. gardener, r. 828 Nineteenth 
n.«TF,.«i Jlk.'^Kril «".. attorney at law, office 434 

California, r. 2412 Pine 
Bates.). W.. r. 316 0Farroll 
Bates Kate E. (widow), r. 646 Mission 



I Bates Marshall A., cashier W. J. Callingham k Co., r. 

San "Rafael, Marin Co. 
' Bates Morris S. , cashier Williams, Blanchard & Co., 

r. 504 Geary 
I Bates Morris U. (Bates, Woods & Co.). r. 207 Powell 

Bates Samuel P., master mariner, r. 313 Hyde 
I Bates Thaddeus, salesman West Coast Furniture Co., 
j r. 623 Harrison 

I Bates Thomas (Bates k Stone) , r. 45 Third 

Bates Thomas D., clerk, r. '46 Mission 
i Bates Walter E., student Heald's Business College 

Bates William, cooper, r. 722 Lombard 
I Bates William, painter William Ross, r. 23 Valencia 
I Bites, Woods & Co. (Morris U. Bates and Chwles 
I Woods; . proptrs and publishers Commercial News 

and Shipping List, olfice 423 Washington 
Bates & Stone (Thomas Bates and John T. Stone) , 

liquor saloon, 45 Third 
Batiato John, fisherman, r. 1329 Smsom 
Batista Manuel, deckhand stm Amelia, r. Union, nr 

Montgomery 
Batisti Louis, cook, r. 429 Chestnut 
Batkin Heni-y M., clerk, r. 1104 Mission 
Batori Francisco, tailor Felice Ghio, r. E s Battery, 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Batsere John, cook G. Wittman & Co., r. 1116 Bryant 
Batt Henry, cigarmaker Mayrisch Brothers & Co., r. 

IS Harriet 
Batt Jacob, clerk, r. 18 Harriet 
Battalora Angela, Swiss Benev. Soc, 5>4 Kearny 
Battalora Pietro, glazier, 1413 Dupont 
Battams William, salesman W. W. Montague k Co.. r. 

Occidental Hotel 
Battelle G. E., agent manufacturing jewelers, 128 

Kearny, r. Saucelito 
Batten Sampson, stonecutter, N s Point Lobos Av, ur 

Central Av, r. S s California, bet Broderick and 

Baker 
Batten Samuel H., clerk Joseph C. Bates, r. S 8 Cali- 
fornia, b"t Broderick and Baker 
Batt ;rman Edward, baker Balthasar Stumpf, r. 22R 

Pacific 
Battersby Frederic, wagonmaker, r. 10 Cleaveland, 

rear 
Battertim William, teamster, r. 2411 Jacks. m 
B.VTTEaY ST. BONDED W^AKEHOUSK, 

George C. Bode proptr, NW cor Battery and Filbert 
Batti John, laborer, r. 1510 Broadway 
Battiada Joseph, fisherman, NE cor Vallejo and Front 
Battilliano Antonio, laborer Emil U. Cardinet, r. 416 

Green 
Battioda Giovanni, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Battista G., dairyman Isaac Stone, r. N 8 Courtland 

Av, nr San Bruno Ro id 
Batti.sta John, gar.lencr Country Bros., r. S s Silver Av, 

bet Mission and San Bruno R >ad 
Battista Manuel, boatman, r. 212 Union 
Battisti Louis, cook John Reagan, r. 429 Chestnnt 
Battles John. r. 237 Dora 
Battles John Jr., proptr King Street House, 103 and 105 

King 
Battles Like (Battles & Gilleran), r . 34 '-d Clara 
Battl.'S Ward, clerk McGee .t Moore, r. 1109 Post 
Battles William W., r. 1109 Post 
Battles & Gilleran (Luke Battles, and Edward GlUer- 

an), groceries, and liquors, 241 Fourth 
Batts Mary, chambermaid 1105 Taylor 
Battu Hippolyte J., painter G. B. Doferrari. r. 1112 

Hyde 
Batturs Edward T., deputy county assessor, r. 405 

Leavenworth 
Batturs Samuel Archer, letter carrricr Post-office, r. 

1713 Polk 
Bau'h Peter O., Custom House broker, office 500 

Battery, i. 719 Union 
Bauchou Bernard, vegetable gardener, SE cor Prsldlo 

Reservation 
Baudeer Thomas, clerk, r. 3 Gnod.soll PI 
Baud Frank, proptr Hayes Valley Brass Foundry, 622 

Fulton 
r.BiKl Frank, upholsterer Eugene Hoey, r. 522 Fulton 
Bauilouiu Auguate, patternmaker Risdon I. 'and L. 

Works, r. 33(i Bryant 
Baiidoiiin Louis, laborer Louis Sloss k Co., r. 651 

Third 
Bauer Ab-.nham (Bauer, Tobriner fc Co.), r. Parle 
Bauer A. ('., waiter Market Street Restaurant, r. 611 

Natoma 
Bauer Brothers (John and Louie), cutlery and tool- 
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Bauer Catharine (widow) , nurse, r. 533 Post 

Bauer Charles, carpenter, r. Oil Natoma 

Bauer Charles, driver J. Gundlach k Co., r. 6'22 Lomb 

Bauer Charles, milk ranch, cor Eureka and Seven- 
teenth 

Bauer Charles, policeman City Hall, r. 717 Clem 

Bauer Charles, soap-peddler, r. NE cor Francisco and 
Taylor 

Bauer Charles A. Mrs., r. 1143 Mission 

Bauer Christian (Bauer t Schmidt) , r. S s Greenwich, 
bet Lyon and Baker 

Bauer Emil, barber, 1059 Buchanan 

Bauer Emil, laborer Cal. Sugar Kefinery, r. 25 H Be- 
catur 

BATTER EMUjE, manager S. F. News Co., office 
413 Washington, r. 1838 Geary 

Bauer Ernest, carpenter, r. W s Sansom, nr Union 

Bauer Fred, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 

Bauer Frederick C, druggist J. A. Bauer, r. 509 Post 

Bauer George, barber, 212 Gough 

Bauer Gustav A., proptr Cincinnati Brewery, SW cor 
Fulton and Lyon 

Bauer Henry, gilder, r. Fairmount Tract, nr School- 
House 

Bauer Henry C, boxmaker Max Waizman, r. 611 Na- 
toma 

Bauer Jacob, baker, r. 2317 Pine 

Bauer Jacob, butcher, r. 120 Fillmore 

Bauer Jacob, shoemaker, 1059 Buchanan 

Bauer John (Bauer Brothers) , r. 654 Mission 

Bauer John, proptr Tivoli Brewery, SE cor Fillmore 
and Waller 

BAUER JOHN A., manufacturing chemist and 
druggist, 101 Post, r. 509 Post 

Bauer Joseph, cabinetmaker, r. 54(5 Seventh, rear 

Bauer Joseph, capitalist, r. 1042 Folsom 

Bauer Josephine Miss, r. 441 Tyler 

Bauer Josie Miss, r. 161-:! Fillmore 

Bauer Leopold, milkman, r. 1724 Vallejo 

Bauer Louis (Bauer Brothers) , r. 654 Mission 

Bauer Louis, laborer, r. o2ihi Linden 

Bauer Louis, salesman Western White Goods Manu- 
facturing Co., r. .532 Turk 

Bauer Louis, storekeeper What Cheer House Restau- 
rant, 529 Sacramento 

Bauer Martin, tinsmith Emile Boesoh, r. 1626 West 
Mission 

Bauer Moses, salesman Bauer, Tobriner & Co., r. 532 
Turk 

Bauer Otto, r. 1114 Sacramento 

Bauer Peter, r. 1321 Jij Stockton 

Bauer Samuel, manager Western White Goods Manuf. 
Co., 547 Market, r. 532 Turk 

Bauer Simon, packer, r. 24 Eau ::ch 

BAUER, TOBRINER Si CO. (Abraham Bauer 
and Matthew Tobriner), importers and wholesale 
dealers fancy goods, laces, embroideries, and Vic- 
toria zephyr, 547 Market 

Bauer William, upholsterer, 1511 California 

Bauer & Schmidt (Christian Bauer and Philip 
Schmidt) , milkmen, S s Greenwich, bet Lyon and 
Baker 

Bauer. See Bower 

Bauerfeld Frederick, r. 344 Seventh 

Bauerle Charles, cook Fisher & Olsen, r. Oakland 

Bauers John Charles, peddler, r. NW cor Tayior and 
Francisco 

Bangh Theodore E., capitalist, r. 240j Howard 

Baugh Washington, r. 521 Pacific 

Baughu Patrick, shipcarpenter, r. 455 Minna 

Baukins Burrell, carpenter, r. 1807 Jessie 

Baulsir Nimrod (Richard C. Hanson & Co.), r. 1332 
Washington 

Baum A. J., student Barnard's Business College 

Baum Charles, consul Argentine Republic, office 510 
Battery, r. Palace Hotel 

Baum David A., canvasser Liverpool and London and 
Globe Insurance Co., r. 614 Bush 

Baum Fritz, laborer Huettmann's Hotel 

BAUM GUSTAVE, carpets and furniture, 1132 
Market, r. 1715 Larkin 

Batim Hyman, salesman Gustave Baum, r. 1715 Larkin 

Baum J. & Co. (Henry and Morris Shrier), importers 
and manufacturers clothing, 7 and 9 Sansom 

Baum John T., furaituredealer, r. ]4i7 Hyde 

Baum Julius (J. Baum c<c Co.) , r. 1111 Van Ness At 

Baum M. E. (widow), dressmaker, r. 20K Turk 

Baum Simon (Simon Baum & Co.) , r. 401 Van Ness Av 

BAUM SIMON & CO., importers and jobbers 
gents' furnishing goods, 107 Sansom 



Baum Reinhold, barkeeper William Baum, r. 101 Pow 
BAUM WILLIAM, wines and liquors, 101 Powell 
Bauman George, Tailors' Pro. Union, bW cor Kearny 

and Morton 
Bauman Charles, ch.nirmaker Heywood Bros. & Co. 
Bauman Charles J., tailor, r. 819 Filbert 
Bauman Ferdinand, Swiss Benev. Soc, 5}^ Kearny 
Bauman Frederick, merchant, r. 1026 McAllister 
Bauman George, tailor, r. 1620 Stockton 
Bauman John, r. Helvetia Hotel 
Bauman John, dairyman Henry Schwerin, r. county 

line, bet Mission and San Bruno Road 
Bauman John, dairyman Megilligau k Clark, r. San 

Jose Road, nr Industrial School 
Bauman Jo8ei)h (Renner A: Bauman), r. 616 California 
Bauman Louis, tailor, r. lyFreelon 
Bauman Sebastian, Swiss Benev. Soc, 5Jj Kearny 
Bauman Tobias, milkman, r. Helvetia Hotel 
Baumann Bertha, fortune teller, r. 119)6 O'Farrell 
Baumann Eugene, r. 630 Sacramento 
Baumann H. H., agent, office 502 Montgomery, r. 630 

Sacramento 
Baumann John, musician, r. 707 McAllister 
Baumann John C, student Barnard's Business Col., 

r. 707 McAllister 
Baumann Joseph, r. 120 Prospect PI 
Baumann Joseph, cooper Michelssen, Brown & Co., 

r. 36 Kate 
Baumann Otto, laborer, r. 336 Natoma 
Baumann Robert, tanner, r. E s. Gunnison At., bet 

Precita PI and Prospect PI, Bernal Heights 
Baumann Signiund, salesman Levi Strauss & Co., r. 

118Dupont 
Baumann William, machinist S. B. Walktngton, r. 

527 Franklin 
Baumbach Henry, waiter O. & O. S. S. Australia 
Baumberger Eliza Mrs., bakerv and confectionery, 

lllOSteiner 
Baumberger James, bookkeeper Breeze & Loughran, 

r. 1112 Steiner 
Baumeister Auguste, domestic The Baldwin 
Baumeister Bernard H.. barber Fred Eichhorn, r. 753 

Harrison 
Baumeister Charles, tailor, r. 608^ Locust Av 
Baumeister George, wood turner. Union Furniture 

Manuf. Co., r. 420 Grove 
Baumeister John A., tailor. r.608J^ Locnst At 
Baumeister Joseph, carpenter Centennial Planing 

Mill 
Baumeister Joseph, carrier San Francisco Chronicle 
Baumer Joseph, shoemaker, Ss Fourteenth, between 

Minna and Natoma 
Baumgai'dner Etta M. Mrs., vice-principal Denman 

Grammar School, r. 711 Leavenworth 
Baumgardner Sylvester J., r. 711 Leavenworth 
Baumgart Philip, cook, r. Ahlborn House 
BAUMGARTEN A., importer cloth, etc., 601-603 

Market and 10 Second, r. 219 Dupont 
Bauragarten Frank M., chemist Cal. Sugar Refinery, 

r. 179 Sixteenth 
Baumgarten John, dairyman John Shepston, r. SW 

cor Twenty-siithaud San Jose Av 
Baumgarten Josejiu, shoemaker, 426 Fourth, r. 109 

Tehama 
Baumgarten Joseph, with A. Baumgarten, r. 219 

Dupont 
Baumgarten Otto, boatman, r. 40 Jackson 
Baumgartner John, clerk Abramsou & Bacon, r. 717 

Clay 
Baumgartner Peter, brewer Pac. Brewery, r. 267 Te- 
hama 
Baumgartner Valentine (Baumgartner & Bohls) , r. 

137 Thirteenth 
BAUMGARTNER & BOHLS (Valentine Baum- 
gartner and Henry Bohls) , tobacco factory, 230-23'J 

Fourteenth 
Baumout Alfred, laborer Edward Newman, r. 257 Min 
Baumworth J. D., longshoreman, r. 18 First 
Baun Jasper, groceries and liquors, 915 Eighteenth 
Baur Conrad, molder, r. SW cor Howard and Beale 
Baur Otto, clerk Micliahtsrhko Brothers, r. 1114 Sac 
Bnur Teresa Miss, r. Inglewood House 
Baurhyte Isaac, engineer, r. 437 Greenwich 
Baurhyte William, clerk, r. 13 Van Ness At 
Baus Pauline A., milliner Kate Adcock, r. 239 SteT 
Bausman Harry S., r. 552 Minna 
Bau.sman William, editor Morning Call, office 517 

Clay, r. 5.52 Minna 
BAUSMAN WILXIAM TV., mining secretary, 

office 4U9 California, room 4, r. Palace Hotel 



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Bantz Leon, soda manof . Pioneer Soda Works, r. 220 
Hermann 

Bauville Mary (widow), r. o-U Mission 

Bavaria Brewery, Fraucnholz & Co. proptre, E e 
Montgomery Av, bet Vallejo and Green 

Baxter David F.. proptr Bodie Stage, r, 518 Geary 

Baxter Edward H. (Crane .s Brighani),.r. 1109 Howard 

Baittr Ella Miss, shoeatter Jory Bros., r. 509 Seventh 

Baxter Frank C. retoucher Imperial Photograph Gal- 
lery, r. 631 Post 

Baxter Hall W., attorney at law, office 402 Montgom- 
ery, room 24 

Baxter James, engineer, r. 129 Jj Clara 

Baxter -John, painter, r. 8 Potter 

Baxter John T., butcher John W. Kehoe, r. 592 SteT 

Baiter Joseph P., policeman City Hall, r. 917 Filbert 

Baxter Louisa L. (widow), r. 1109 Howard 

Baxter Mary Miss, domestic 802 McAllister 

Baxter Patrick, laborer, r. 509 Seveuth 

Baxter Patrick, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 

Baxter P. H., r. 209 Leidesdorff 

Baxter Samuel, steward Pacific Mail S. S. Co.. r. 58 
Natoma 

Baxter William S., clerk Pacific Refinery and Bullion 
Exchange, r. 1419 Myrtle, Oakland 

BAY AIVO COAST RAILROAD CO. (narrow 
gauge), .\. E. D;tvi8 president, olfice 20 and 21 
Nevada Block 

BAY ANO COAST TE1.KGRAPH CO., A. E. 
Davis president, office 20 and 21 Nevada Block 

Bay and River Line Schooners, estate of Jerome B. 
" Pip( r proptr. Francis -M. Stevens manager, office 
V Clay 

Bay Brewiry, Nicholas K. Wcyand proptr, 7-16 Hot- 
ti>n Court 

Bay City Glove Co. (William Shires and N.H. Thomas) , 
office and factory 51(1 Pine 

Bay City Grocery, Vedder & Crabtree proptrs. Bay 
City Market 

Cay City Market, M. Zimmerman superintendent, 1140 
Market 

Bay City Real Estate Assn., George .■V. Hill secretary, 
office 19 New Montgomery 

Bay City Soda Water Co., James McEwen president, 
John McKeuzie secietivry, John Grennau superiu- 
tsnde!;t, 110 Tyler 

BAY JDISTRICT FAIR GROUNDS ASSO- 
CIATION, Thomas W. Hinchman secretary, 
grounds Oct A and C and First and Sixth Avs, 
office SE cor California and Larkiu 

Bay District Fair Grounds Uot.l, James E. Dickey 
projitr. Sixth Av, nr Fulton 

Bay Henry, machinist, r. 24 Minna 

Bay Soap and f 'audle Works, Lavenson, Winter & Co. 
proi^trs, factory M, bet Sixth and Seventh Avs. 
South S. F., office and warehouse, 119-121 Front 

Bay State Silver Mining Co. (Lin^-oln County, Nev.), 
J. W. Pew secretarv, oOi ■ MO Pine, ro'iiu l.'i 

BAY SUGAR REFINKHY, Herman Mecse pres- 
ident and Buperintendi'ul, Pit. r Meyer secretjiry, 
8W cor Hattery aud Union 

Bay View House, Frank McClellan proptr. Railroad 
Av, bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Avs, 
South 8. F. 

Bay Warehouse, Cornelius Deweese Jr., proptr, W s 
Sanson], bet Lombard and Greenwich 

Bayce Isaac H., laundrymun Visitacion Laundry 

Bayer O., r. cor Powell and Vaudewater 

Bayer Joseph, tiuroofer Colin i Uobcrts, r. 1437 Mis- 
sion 

Bayer Julius F.. bottled beer. 8 Heron, r. 389 Eighth 

Hayerque J. H. (widow), r. 819 Mission 

BAYI^K JOHN, tripi. etc.. 7 California Market, r. 
Fifth Av. bet L and M. South S. F. 

BaylesH Charles II., draftsiuui) William H. Bayless, r, 
22ir> Mission 

BaylrHs Joseph, ilraftwman Dewey & Co., r. 221G Miss 

Bayless William U.. architect, ollico 106 Uedesdorff, 
r. 2216 Mission 

Baylcy Alfri-d. r. 8i:i Broadway 

Bayley Charles A.. n<iuorsaloon,r)59 Clay.r. 813 Bdwy 

Bayley Charles H., gents' clothing and furnishing 
goods, V) Kearny, r. 813 Broadway 

Bayley Eli /.a Miss, student Barnnrd's Business College 

Bayley (Jcorge B., note teller Nevada Bank of Sun 
Francisco, r. i:t07 (Jastro, Oakland 

Bayley Hi'iiry, porter Bonanza House, 8('>7 Market 

B»yley W. W.. r. .M»I Gejiry 

BAYL.Y CHARL.BS A., apothecary. SE cor How- 
ard and Sixth 



I Bayly George, master mariner, r. W s Williamson, N 
I of Point Lobos Av 

i Bayma Joseph Rev., professor mathematics St. Igna- 
tius College, 841 Market 
Eaymer John, lumberman, r. 303 Mason 
Baymc-r Lizzie Miss, actress, r. 303 Mason 
Baynier Rose Miss, actress, r. 303 Mason 
I Baynham R.. hackman, r. 651 Mission 
I Bayreuther Gustave, tinsmith and plumber, 218 First, 

r. 1810 Webster 
Bays Henry, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
j Bays John, contractor, r. 115 Wildey 
I Bays Rebecca (widow), r. 7 Crook 
Bazan Ferdinand, physician and surgeon, and proptr 

Mission Baths, r. 1633 Mission 
■ Bazed Eliza (widow) , r. 1129 Folsom 
1 Bazelson Luiile, coachman, lsi2 Jackson 
' Bazus John, barkeeper J. E. Gay, r. 210 MontAv 
! Bazzuro Frank, restaurant, 105 Pacific 
BeDell William, general agent Lake Shore, Michigan. 

Southern and Michigan Central Railroads, office 

22 Montgoraery , r. 122 Taylor 
Beach Andrew C,, barkeeper Henry C. Castello 
Beach Charles D., clerk H. P.Wakelee & Co., r. 2217 Pine 
Beach Chilion, office 314 Montgomery, r. NEcor Bush 

and Stockton 
Beach C. W., secretary California Paint Co., office 27 

Stevenson, r. East Oakland 
Beach George, ropemaker S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 

10654 Park Av 
Beach George D., expressman California Paint Co., r. 

36 First 
Beach Henry H., accountant Wellman, Peck & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Beai-h Horace, cashier U. S. Mint, r. 501 Geary 
Beach John H., bartender George Green, r. 1500 Stock 
BEACH TY'LiER, president California Paint Co., 

27 Stevenson, r. San Jose 
Beach iiPaxton Gold and Silver Mining Co, (Storey 

Co..Nev.), Butler Burris secretary, office 2 Ne- 
vada Block 
Beader William, cook, r. 336 Fifth 
Beadle Donald, real-estate, 137 Montgomery, room 4, 

r. Alameda 
Beahan John, butcher, r. E s Dolores, bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Beakley Absalom, caueworker, r. 6 Mills PI 
Beal Samuel, manuf. mattresses, 029 Mission, r. 

2526 Clay 
Beal William B. (Beal& Turn Sudcn) , r. East Oakland 
Beal William L., upholsterer Charles M. Plum & Co., 

r. 2526 Clay 
Beal & Turn Suden (William B. Beal aud Otto Turn 

Suden), commission luerchants, 53 Sacramento 
Beale Annie Miss, student Barnard's Business College 
Beale David, luvmdryman, r. 251 Tehama 
Beale Florence B. Miss, teacher music, r. 1517 Mason 
Beale John J., machinist S. B. Walkington, r. 555 Na- 
toma 
Beale Olivia A. S. (widow), principal Eureka Insti- 
tute. 1517 Mason 
BE.\1.E STREET MILL., Holland & Ruppel 

proptrs, NW cor Beale and Mission 
Beale Street Warehouse John McHugh proptr, cor 

Beale and Bryant 
Beale Street Wharf, foot Beale 
Beale William, shiprigger, r. 556 Natoma 
Beale William .\., real estate and mining, r. 21 Clara 
Beuleck Adam, Tailors' Pro. Union, 8W cor Kearny 

aud Morton 
Beales Joseph, steward stm Newberu. Folsom St. 

Wharf 
Beales Rosa Mrs., r. 1017 Sutter 
Beall R. B., fruits and vegetables, 612 Laguna 
Beals Caroline R. Mrs., vice-principal Girls' High 

School, r. 923 Powell 
Beals Charles W., r. 2101 California 
Beals Edward C, carver Warren & McKiunie. r. 1207 

(May 
Beals Edward Channing, clerk, r. 2101 California 
Beals Eliza C. (widow), r. 1207 Clay 
Beals H. Channing, editor Commercial Herald aud 

Market Review, office 409 Washington, r. 2101 Cal 
Beals John P.. music-engraver Matthias Gray, r. 115 

St. Ann's Building 
Beals M. J., r. Revere House 
Beam I. Willard, salesman Cal. Wire Works Co., r. 911 

Bush 
Beaman Harry, foreman Hercules Powder Works, nr 

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Beaman Josepli H., r. 1709 Stockton 

Beaman M. L., r. 713 ?.< Union 

Beaman. See Beeman 

Beamish John, bootmaker Burkhardt & Hanson, r. 716 

Grove 
BEAMISH PERCY, gents' furnishing goods and 

shirt manuf , (Ji)3 Market and 1 Third, r. 2130 How 
Beamish. See Beemish 
Bean August, stevedore, r. pier 13 Steuart 
Bean Daniel, engineer, r. 2 Washington 
Bean David F., porter Hans Bros., r. E a Hartfordi 

bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
Bean E. C. (widow), r. 1520 Broadway 
Bean Edwin F., compiler and manager Eailroad Ga- 
zetteer, office NWcor Sansom and Sac, r. Oakland 
Bean George, mariner, r. 1-520 Broadway 
Bean Henry, stevedore, r, Pier 13 Steuart 
Bean Mary (widow) , r. 737 Brannan 
Bean Patrick, machinist, r. 737 Brannan 
Bean Redmond, stevedore, r. 629 Second 
Beau Simon, seaman, r. 12 Clay 
Bean Sylvanus, plumber, r. 1520 Broadway 
Bean Wesley P., upholsterer Cal. Furniture Manuf. 

Co., r. NE cor Natoma and Eleventh 
Bean William, dry and fancy goods 108 and 110 Third, 

r. 908 Howard 
Bean William porter, Marco Vulicevich, r. 332 Tenth 
Beau William F., capitalist, r. Commercial Hotel 
Bean William M., painter, r. 810 Fifteenth 
Beane Joseph W., carpenter Cal. Mills, r. 2039 Miss 
Bean.s Frank, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
BEANSTON GEORGE, , secretary Board of Edu- 
cation, otfi'ce new City Hall, third floor, r. 1316 

^\'ebster 
Beanston Peter. (Beanston & Gallagher) , r. 13 HoUis 
Beanston is Gallagher (Peter Beanston and Patrick 

Gallagher) , carriage factory, 127 Fifth 
Bear Eliza (widow) r. 215 Jones 
Bear Emelie Miss, teacher music, r. 215 Jones 
Bear Solomon, stock and money broker, 140 Mont- 
gomery, r. 819 Post 
Bear. See Bare 
Beard Alfred, carpenter, r. NE cor Seventeenth and 

Alemany 
Beard George, longshoreman, r. N a Greenwich, nr 

Montgomery 
Beard J H., capitalist, r. Palace Hotel 
Beard John, boiler maker, r. 17 Welsh 
Beard William H., with Dunton & Beard, r. 427 

Fourth 
Beardslee Cyrus W., carpenter, r. 436 Union 
Beardsley George F., assayer and chemist William 

Irelau, Jr., r. 613 Third 
Beardsley James J., foreman Pac. Commercial Co., 

r. 319 Franklin 
Beardsley John, butcher, r. 142 Clara 
Beardsley John H., accountant office 636 Clay, room 

5, r. 647 Howard 
Beardsley S. A., purser Pacific Mail 8. 8. City of New 

York 
Beardsley Sophia (widow) , r. 631 Geary 
Bearhainger Charles, tanner Samuel Bloom 
Bearing Kebecca, domestic 1296 Van Ness At 
Bearmau Henry, cooper, r. 8 a Filbert, nr Steiner, 

rear 
Bearwald Jacob, compositor Edward Bosqui & Co., r. 

927 Minna 
Bearwald Marks, cutter Joseph Lucier, r. 922 Minna 
Beasey William H., painter James Donovan, r. 670 

Mission 
Beasley James, shipcarpenter, r. 3 Liberty 
Beasley Dora Miss, r. 628 Tyler 

Beasley E. C, teacher University School, r.Saucelito 
Beasley William Mrs. (widow), r. 8 Hartman 
Beasley. See Beazley 

Beaton Allen, quartermaster O. & O. S. S. Oceanic 
Beaton Angus, shipcarpenter Middlemas & Boole, r. 

631 J^ Stevenson 
Beaton John J., foreman Bliddlemas & Boole, r. 631^ 

Stevenson 
Beaton Norman, capitalist, r. 103 Buchannan 
Beaton Samuel, teamster Andrew Onderdonk, r. 13 

Page 
Beattie David, tailor Alexander MacBeth, r. 625 Mer 
Beattle James W., laborer Southern Pac. B.R. Freight 

Dc'pot. r. 1055 >4 Folsom 
Beatty Alexander, waiter, r. 405 Stevenson 
Beatty Annie Miss, domestic 825 Guerrero 
Beatty Christopher, driver Wheeler & Wilson Manu- 
facturing Co., r. 787 Mission 



Beatty George, seaman, r. 319 Beale 

Beatty George, waiter The Baldwin, r. 4u5 Stevenson 

Beatty Henry, longshoreman, r. N 8 Grenwich, nr 

Montgomery 
Beatty James, liidecurcr and agent Butchers' Pro. 

Assn., N E cor Seventh Av and N, r. Tenth Av, nr 
Railroad Av, South S. F. 
Beatty John, carpenter, Albert Washburn, r. 349 Min 
Beatty John, gardener Industrial School 
Beatty John, policeman City Hall, r. 23 Hermann 
Beatty John J., ornamental painter, 743 Mission, r. 

Hancock House 
Beatty Mirza I. (widow) , furnished rooms, 7 Mont Av 
Beatty Rebecca, domestic Graud Hotel 
Beatty Samuel, bootniaKer Porter Oppenbeimer & 

Slessinger, r. 344 Jessie 
Beatty S. G., capitalist, office 202 Sansom, room 1, r. 

San Jose, 
Beatty William, r. 117 Fifth 
Beatty William, billposter Keyt & Co., r. Overland 

House 
Beatty William J., hackmau, cor Bush and Kearny 
Beatty. See Beattie 
Beau Herman, carpenter Frederick W. Zehfuss, r. Es 

Mission, bet First and Seeond 
Beau Ernst, coffiie saloon, 509 Mission 
Beauce Caroline Mrs., dressmaker, 403 Sixth 
Beauchamp Orsini, carpenter Pacific Improvement 

Co. 
Beaud Louis, bootmaker Charles Dietle, r. 317 Bush 
Beauharnais PJugene, pressman A. L. Bancroft & Co,, 

r. 1206 Stockton 
Beauharnais Sarah A. (widow), embroiderer, r. 1206 

Stockton 
Beaujardiu M. T. G., professor music, r. 823 Bdwy 
Beaulac J. F., shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 959 

Market 
Beaulac J. J., shoefltter, r. 959 Market 
Beauman Louis W., commission merchant, office 123 

Calilornia, room 36, r. 713?4 Union 
Beaumont Joseph, r. 1812 Stevenson 
Beauquet Julius, confectioner, r. 107 Fifth 
Beauregard Napoleon, machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 

920 Harrison 
Beauregard William, ironworker Pac. Rolling Mill, 

r. 920 Harrison 
Beause Daniel, r. 17 Fourth 

Beauxis John (Beauxis & Lame) , r. 722 Lombard, rear 
Beauxis & Lame (John Beauxis, and Joseph Lame), 

bakery, 722 Lombard, rear 
Beaven David B. (Beaven *: Bowman) , r. 2050 Miss 
Beaven & Bowmau(D. B. Beaven, and J. E. Bowman), 

fish, 35 and 3li Mission Slurket 
Beayer Consolidated Mill and Mining Co. (Sierra Co., 

Cal.), Otto Metchke secretary, office 328 Mont- 
gomery, room 20 
Beaver George L., attorney at law, office Bishop & 

Filield, 306 Pine, r. 1300 Taylor 
Beaver George W., capitalist, office 414 California, r. 

1300 Taylor 
Beaver Henry, janitor, r. 28 Silver 
Beaver Lulu Miss, r. 2034 Folsom 
Beaver Samuel E., currency toller Bank of California, 

r. 425 Kearny 
Beaverly John A., salesman Terwilliger & Pink, r. 

1815 Jones 
Beazley Frank C, with Balfour, Guthrie & Co.,r. 1222 

Pine 
Bebe Jesse, naturalist, r. 1021 Lombard 
Beber Christian, r. 621 Pacific 
Bei. Augustine Mrs., r. 1027 Dupont 
Bee Bartholomew, real estate, r 1407 Stockton 
Becher George, candymaker David H^rschfeld, r. 514 

Green 
Becher Henry, cook Russ House, r. 622 Ash Av 
Becherer Agues Miss, teacher music, r. 621 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Becherer Charles, brewer Willow's Brewery, r. SE cor 

Nineteenth and Mission 
Bechler Joseph H., solicitor Cai)itol Mills, r. 1845 

Stevenson 
Becht Joseph, salesman Lithauer & Co., r. Oakland 
Bechtel Consolidated Mining Co. (Mono Co.) , William 

H. Lent secretary, office 62 Nevada Block 
Bechtel Frederick K., mining, r. 1828 Eddy 
Bechter Ellen (widow), r. 1325 Washington 
Becir Luca, restaurant, (>48 Fourth 
Beck Albert 0. (Albert C. Beck k Co.) , r. 615 Laguna 
Beck Andrew P., weigher Jackson St. Wharf, r. 8 St. 

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Beck Antbony H., mnsician Baldwin'B Theater, r. 106 

Fourteenth 
Beck August, gun and lockKmith, 510 Broadway 
Beck Augustine Miss, dressmaker, r. 1031 Dupont 
Bfck AugustUi!, cook. r. 307 Chestnut 
Beck Charles A., clerk A. C. Beck & Co., r. 615 Laguna 
Beck David L., BaleBman Bay Sugar Refinery, r. 18 

Stanly PI 
Beck Dnvid L. jr., clerk Jones & Co., r. 18 Stenly PI 
Beck Emma Miss, cigarmaker Sikc3, Mayer & Lach- 

man, r. 134 Freelon 
Beck Eugene B. (Jones & Co.) r. Oakland 
Beck Francis E., bookkeeper Anglo Californian Bank, 

r. 708 Leavenworth 
Beck Frederick, waiter Erasmy & En!z, r. 1313 Stock 
Beck George, blacksmith, r. E s Harri.son, bet Twenty- 
third and Tweuty-fuurth 
Beck George, butcher Kock & Hornung, r. 2009 Fol 
Beck George i\, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 533 

Mission 
Beck G. G., r. 91 and 119 St. Ann's Building 
Beck Hans, Master Mariner's Benev. Assn., Druid's 

Hall 
Beck Henry (Hansen & Beck), r. 53ft Market 
Beck Henry, hogdealor, r. Twenty-ninth Av, nr San 

Bruno Road, South S. F 
Beck Henry, shocmnktr, r. 518 Jessie 
Beck Henry, tanner, r. E g Harrison, bet Twenty-third 

and Twenty-Iourth 
Beck Henry S.," piaster' r and whitener, 208 Sutter, r. 

1127 Harrison 
Beck Jacob, market, f.03 McAllister, r. 318}i5 Fulton 
Beck Tames. p.iii)t( r, r. 3i;5 Je.ssie 
Beck Jennie (widow), r. 1141 Folsom 
Beck John, butler St. Rose Ai:aiiemy 
Beck John, hor.seshoi-r, r. E s Harrison, bet Twenty- 
third and Twtnty-fourth 
Beck John, malstor National Brewery, r. SE cor Ful- 
ton and Webster 
Beck John C, master mariner, r. 5*28 Market 
Beck John G., laborer, r. •2329 Pine 
Beck Ludwig, city agent Edward E. Potter, r. Alameda 
Beck Mary (widow), r. 134 Folsom 
Beck Mary Miss, cigarmaker Sanderson & Horn, r. 133 

Folsom 
Beck Reinhold, baker Lick House, r. 772 Harrison 
Beck Rosina, domestic 623 Eddy 
Beck Samuel, painter, r. 148 Tehama 
Beck S. B., Master Mariners' Bcnev. Assn., Druid's 

Hall 
Beck Walter F., clearing house clerk First National 

Gold Bank. r. 18 Stanly PI 
Bcckedorff George H. C, teamster, cor Sacramento 
and Sansom, r. 40 Russ 

Becker , carrier Abend Post 

Becker Albert, hostler Calden & Pickett, r. 915 Buch- 
anan 
Becker Alfred, shooting gallery, 4.34 Bueh 
Be< ker August, cabinetmaker (iilliert & Moore, r. 

Twenty-lifth, bet Church and Sanchez 
Becker August C, coffee saloon, 341 Bush, r. 32 Minna 
Becker August L. C, clerk William Becker, r. NW 

cor Speiir and Mission 
Becker Augusta (widow), r. 30 Steuart 
B<u-,k»'r Barbara (widow), r, \2-iH Welsh 
BKCKBK H. A., real estate and house-broker, 

ollicc :t.U Kfnniy, r. '.M)l Tyler 
UKCKKIl HKOTHEUS (IMidrich, John H., and 
Charb^sH.) groceries and liquors, SE cor Sutter 
and L«'avenworth. SE cor Sutter and Taylor, SE 
corGeary and Larkin.and SE corTurk and Larkiu 
Becker Carrie Miss, boxmakt^r Pioneer Cigar Box Fac- 
tory, r. 30i; Sixth 
Becker Casper, licpior siloon, NW cor Dupont and 

O'Farrcll, r. S\V cor Bucliannii and Ivy Av 
Becker Charles, barkcejier. r. 2 B:iiinRm I'l 
Becker Charles, carpenter, r. '207 Montgomi ry Av 
Becker Cliarb s H. (Becker Brothers) , r. SE cor Turk 

and Lai kin 
Becker Charles H., mnihine operator Buckingham & 

Heclit, r. MU!4 Hayes 
Becker Christoplicr (Backer & Moegling), r. 103 

Tweuty-foiirtli, bet Bryant and Brauuan 
Becker Daniel, ciirrier, r. ililH Sixth 
Becker Dielrich (Becker Brothern), r. SE cor Sutter 

and Leavenworth 
Becker Edward, r. '.i04 Kearnv 

Becker Frank, porter, Weil Bros. & Co., r. 1U6 Pac 
Becker Frederick, tailor, 4;14 Bush 
Becker Frederick, wool-sorter, r. COS Sixth 



Becker Frederick W., cigars and tobacco, 705 Davis 
Becker George J., cook Alois Mueller, r. 23 Jessie 
Becker George J., liquor saloon aud restaurant, SW 

cor Fourth and Berry 
Becker Gustav J., liquor dealer, r, E 8. Dolores, bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Becker Hannah (widow), r. 519V Hayes 
Becker Henry (Becker & Jacoby). r. 915 Howard 
Becker Henry H.. r. 13 Harlan PI 
Becker John, r. Grand Central Hotel 
Becker John, clerk Becker Brothers, r. SE cor Geary 

and Larkin 
Becker John, laborer David S. Prindle 
Becker John, willow ware, 995 Market, r. 637 Bdwy 
Becker John H. (Becker Brothers), r. SE cor Sutter 

and Taylor 
Becker Jos: ph, crockery and tinware, 329 Hayes, t. 

222 Linden 
Becker Joseph W. (Becker & Fischer) , r. 1011 How 
Becker Kate, domestic lOtJT Mission 
Becker Louis, r. (J27 C 'lumercial 
Becker Louis, baker William Hessler, r. 719 Pacific 
Becker Maud (widow), r. 1142"^ Market 
Becker Miguel, bakery, 411 Union 
Becker Minnie Miss. r. 1318 O'Farrell 
Becker M. R. E., capitalist, r. 901 Tyler 
Becker Nicholas, port T R<'th8;hild &; Ehrenpfort, r. 

SW cor Gough and OFarrell 
Becker Otto F.. proptr Ires-ott House. SW cor Mont- 
gomery .\v and Ke;. ny 
Becker Otto J., cabinetu »ker Herman Granz, r. 2327 

Harrison 
Becker Peter (Becker *: Xiquet I . r. 25 Moss • 

Becker Peter, barkeeper Henry Kuhn, r. 502 Gongb 
Becker Samuel, longshoreman, r. Oregon Lodging 

House 
Becker Tillie Miss, boxmaker Pioneer Cigar Box Fac- 
■ tory, r. 30(5 Sixth 
Becker Victor R., barber, r. 2'22 Linden 
Becker William, ba^ketmaker. (V28 Market, r. 114 Turk 
BECKBR WILLI A]>I, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Spear and Mission 
Becker & Jacoby (Henry Becker and Julius Jacoby), 

dry and fancy goods. 808 M.irket 
Becker it Fischer (Joseph W. Becker and George 

Fischer) . liquor saloon, 1152 Market 
Becker A: Moegliiig (Christopher Becker and Charle* 

Moegling) , restaurant, 30 Sixth 
Becker k Niquet (Peter Becker and Charles Niquet) , 

wines and liquors, NE cor Sixth and Minna 
Becker. See Backer 
Beckerman John, porter N. Brown & Co., r. cor Bush 

and Powell 
Beckert Gustav, cook Vienna Model Bakery, r. 272 

Minna 
Beckert Oscar, waiter Marco Vanoui, r. 146 S»cond 
Becket Henry, machinist .Etna Iron Works, r. 919 

Fulton 
Becket Victor, seaman, r. 809 Battery 
Beckett Hannah B. (widow), fancy goods, 37 Fifth 
Beckett Henry, lua.liini^t, r. 417 Fifth 
Beckett Hugh, helptr Risdou 1. aud L. Works, r. 325 

Fifth 
Beckett James, blacksmith Pacific Rolling Mill. r. 

417 Fifth 
Beckett Jennie Z. L. Miss, saleswoman Hannah B. 

Beckett, r. 37 Fifth 
Beckett Samuel .\., superintendent Preecott, Scott k 

Ci>,, r. Oakland 
Beckett William, bla> ksmith Pacific Rolling Mill 
Beckingham George, salesman Moore, Hunt & Oo. 
Bcckler Rosine (widow), r. 252, 'v Tehama 
Beckler William M., uiillhand Capitol Mills, r. 1844 

Stevenson 
Beckiuan Charles, cook, r. 13 Page 
Beckiuan Frederick, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Beckmaii George, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 
Beckman Henry, cook Lick House 
Beckman J., shoemaker, r. 12 Berry 
Beckninn John, seaman stm San Vicente, Broadway 

Wharf 
Bcckmaiin Augu.'^t, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
BKCKMAXN BKOTUERH (John and William), 
groceries and liquors, NW cor Greenwich and 
Taylor, and SW cor Green aud Hyde 
Beckmann Charles, clerk Peter W. Beckmaun, NEcot 

Mission and Fourteenth 
Beckmann Claudius, salesman Neubert k Turk.r. 621 

Jones 
Beckmaun Henry, clerk Beckmann Bros., r. 1825 Hyde 



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Beckmasn John (Beckinann Brothers), r. 900 Green- 
wich 
Beckmauu Johu, cellarman Washington Brewery, r. 

SE cor Taylor and Lombard 
BECKMANN PETER W., groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Mission and Fourteenth 
Beckmann Robert, seaman stm Salinas, r. 12 Jackson 
Beckmann William (Beckmann Brothers) , r. SW cor 

Green and Hyde 
Beckstrom Emma Miss, nurse Scandinavian Home, 10 

Ridley 
Beckwith George, metal roofer, r. 719 Gough 
Beckvsath James R., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 706 

Bush 
Beckwith John W., policeman City Hall, r. 565 Te- 
hama, bet Fifth and Sixth 
Beckwith Seth L., boat builder, r. 719 Gough 
Beckwith William, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. W s 

Louisiana, nr Shasta 
Beckworth Elliot, shiijwright, r. 641 Commercial 
Becraft Ahnerin T., blacksmith J. P. Locke & Co., r. 

559 Stevenson 
Becraft Henry L., carriage blacksmith M. P. Holmes, 

r. 1157 Folsom 
Becsey Joseph A., interpreter French and Si)anish 

Police Court, r. 330 Geary 
Becude Frank, clerk, r. 2106 Fillmore 
Becum Christian H. bootmaker, r. 723 Natoma, rear 
Bedarf Ferdinand, longshoriman, r.W s Mission, opp 

St. Mary's College 
Bedbury James M., plasterer, r. 913 Bryant 
Beddencourt Ellen, chambermaid Palace Hotel 
Bedele Martin, longshoreman G. H.Whitney, Pier 10, 

Steuart 
Bedell Edmund D., machinist, r. 1933 Geary 
Bedell Joseph, tinsmith Alexander Hoy, r. 45 Maiden 

Lane 
Bedell Moody B., capitalist, r. 727 Vallejo 
Bedell William, machinist Hope Iron Works, r. 15 

Mission Av 
Bedell. See Be Dell 
Bedford E., r. 107 O'Farrell 
Bednawski Alexander, surveyor and draftsman, r. 1032 

Market 
Bee Emile, tailor, r. 2 Graham PI 
BEE FREDERICK A., consul China, office 917 

Clay, r. 620 Eddy 
Bee James F., hardware, 346 Third 
Bee Joseph, corporal police City Hall, r, 22 Geary, 

room 32 
Bee Samuel, butcher Miller & Lux, r. Eighth Av, bet 

L and M, South S. F. 
Bee Theodore C, tailor, r. 1115 Filbert 
Beo Theodore C. Jr., assayerSelby Smelting and Lead 

Works, r. 1115 Filbert 
Beebe Charles W. (R. J. Trumbull & Co.) , r. Oakland 
Beebe George Mrs. (widow), r. 2i00 Broadway 
Beebe Joseph J., compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 632 

Market 
Beebe, William S., warehouse foi'eman Cutting Pack- 
ing Co., r. 135 Sixth 
Beecher A. J., fish, 11 Ellis 
Beecher Andrew J., carpenter, r. 21 Moss 
Beecher D. A., lastmaker. r. 844 Mission 
BEECHING ROBERT, agent S, F. Benev. Assn.. 

and agent Cal. Prison Commission, office 10 Webb, 

r. 1016 Taylor 
Beechinor Norman, teamster, r. 122 Olive Av 
Beecroft Frederick, carriagemaker. r. 1157 Folsom 
Beecrof t Virginia (widow) , r. SE cor Nev and Utah 
Beegan Daniel, laborer, r. 16 J<. Bluxorue 
Beegan James, glassblower S. P. and Pacific Glass 

Works, r. 16}« Bluxome 
Beegan John, clerk Fratiuger & Noll, r. 136 Silver 
Beegan John Jr., salesman Fratinger & Noll. r. 163^ 

Bluxome 
Beegemann Frederick, r. SW cor Union and Powell 
Beekman Helen C. (widow), r. S s Silver Av, nr San 

Bruno Road 
Beeler J. Mrs., r. 23 Scott PI 
Beeler Jacob, laborer, r. 2 Pollard PI 
Beeman Henry, foreman California Powder Co., r. 120 

Seventh 
Beeman \iartha (widow) , r. 703 Green 
Beeman William, manuf cork trusses, 616 Clay, r. 424 

O'Farrell 
Beer Alfred J., carpenter John Falconer, r. cor Seven- 
teenth and Alemmy 
Beer Bernard, fruit and produce. 224 Washington, r. 

1634 Geary 



I Beer John, painter Noble Bros., r. 163 Jessie 
i Beers Barrett, dentist, 230 Kearny, r. 535 Post 
Beers Ely F., driver B. M. Atchinson & Co., r. 417 

Post 
Beers Hiram W. Rev. D. D., rector Trinity Church, r. 
I 734 Post 

I Beerstecher Charles J., attorney at law, office 507 
I Montgomery 

, Beery A. A., r. 636 Commercial 
■ Beeson Frederick P., draymau Sroufe * McCrum, r. 

123 Oregon 
! Beevan Isaac, porter Joseph Schoenfeld,r. 801 Vallejo 
I Beevan. See Bevan 
I Beez August, baker, r. 815 Montgomery 
Beez Pauline (widow) . r. 13 Hickory Av 
Befifa Ferdinando, bartender Camjji's Restaurant 
Begans Jolin. laborer, r. 10 Berry 
Beggs Ellen (widow J, groceries and liquors, 122 

Williaiv 
Beggs Emma G. (widow) , r. 1710 Geary 
Beggs Samuel C, engineer and macliinist, r. 502 First 
Begley James E., clerk, r. 25 Nevada, rear 
Begley Jeremiah, hostler, r. 261 Ji Jessie 
Begley John, laborer Hancock & Kelso, r. 25 Nevada, 

rear 
Begley John, packer Porter, Oppenheimer & Slessin- 

ger, r. E s Minna nr Sixth 
Begley John A., gastitter. r. 25 Nevada, rear 
Begovich Mark, Austrian Benev. Soc, 71 New Mont 
Begovich Rudolf, waiter 6 Fourth, r. 103 Steuart 
Beguelin Fanny V. (widow), r. 1611 Ljnch 
Beguhl A. & D. (Adolph F. F. and David), fresco and 

house painters, cor Bnsh and Van Ness Ave 
Beguhl Adolph F. F. (A. & D. Beguhl). r. NE cor 

California Av and Montcalm, Berual Heights 
Beguhl Duvid,(A. & D. Beguhl), r. nr SE cor Twenty- 
fifth and Bartlett 
Behagel Alexander, attorney at law, office 646 Wash- 
ington, r. 710 Fell 
Beham Charles, comiiositor Spirit of the Times 
Beham James G., compositor Alta California, r. 103^ 

Harriet 
Behan Charles T., salesman W. K. Vanderslice & Co.. 

r. COO Bush 
Behan Edward, track cleaner Market St. R. R. Co., r. 

N s Islais Creek, nr San Bruno Road 
Behan Fentou. r. 742 Minna 
Behan George H., salesman Koehler & Ritter, r. 227 

Geary 
Behan James, painter, r. 206 Twenty-third 
Behan M. A. Miss, r. 742 Minna 
Behan Maurice, r. 811 Greenwich 
Behan Maurice, laborer J. Hughes. Pioneer Park 
Behan Patrick, laborer, r. 346 Fourth 
Beheriug Jacob, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Behlow Charles J. (H. Liebes & Co.), r. 1807 Octavia 
Behlow Emil, furrier H. Liebes & Co.,r. 1807 Octavia 
Behlow John, r. 627 Locust Av 
Behlow Robert, upholsterer Charles M. Plum & Co., 

r. 627 Locust Av 
Behm Solomon, stockbroker, r. 143 Third 
Behn Walter, salesman Tillmaun & Bendel, r. 1717 

Mason 
Behnemann Henry (Behncmaun & Co.), r. SW cor 

Taylor and O'Farrell 
BEHNEMANN «& CO. (Henry Behnemann and 

Martin Joost) . groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Taylor and O Fan ell 
Behnke John, cabinetmaker, r. 909 Folsom 
Behnken John, speculator, r. 1910 Polk 
Beiiustu Chris, cigars and tobacco, 18 Sixth, r. 618 

California 
Behusen Henry, packer Sanderson & Horn, r. 618 Cal 
Behr Herman, physician, office and r. 656 Bryant, bet 

Fifth and Sixth 
Behr John M.. r. 9 Valparaiso 
Behr Otto, porttr Henry Biickwedel & Co., r. W s 

Cook, nr Point Liibos Av 
Behre Frederick, foreman Hofen & Co., r. 396 McAl- 
lister 
Behre Robert L,, attorney at law, office 323 California 

r. S s McAllister, bet Polk and Van Ness Av 
Behrend John, shoemaker, 1222 Green 
Behrendt Albert, laborer, r. Sacramento Hotel 
Behrendt H. & Co. (Hermann Behrendt), manufs 

trunks, valises, etc., factory Crook bet Townsend 

and Brannau. salesroom 513 Market 
Behrendt Henry, stockbroker, r. 905 Market 
Behrendt Hermann (H. Behrendt & Co.), r. 1318 

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Behrendt Bichard, salesman Herman Cohen, r. 540 

ElUs 
Behrendt Wolf, r, 521 Franklin 
Behrens Adrian G., packer, r. 232 Oak 
Behrens August, r. Fourth Street Hotel 
Behrens Brothers (John and Frederick) . groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Twenty-fourth and Potrero Av 
Behrens Charles, clerk Mohrmanu & Co., r. 501 Bdwy 
Behrens Christ, butcher, r. 211 Seventh 
Behrens Diedrich, carpenter, r. SE cor Clay and Brod- 

erick 
Behrens Dora Mrs., midwife, r. 211 Seventh 
Behrens Frederick (Behrens Brothers), r. NE cor 

Twenty-fourth and Potrero Av 
Behrens Frederick, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Twenty-second and Mission 
Behrens H. C. F.. physician, office 22 Montgomery, 

r. 232 Oak 
Behrens Heinrich, office 50is'<; Battery, r. Saucelito 
Behrens Herman H., clerk Henry Campi. ICOl Howard 
BEHRGXS JAMES, commission merchant, o08h 

Battery, _r. Saucelito) 
Behrens James G., architect, office 724,^ Market, 

room 17, r. 727 Gre«n 
Behrens John (Behrens Brothers), r. NE cor Twenty- 
fourth aud Potrero Av 
Behrens John, expressman, 12 Jackson 
Behrens John, shoemaker Michael Guerin. r. 460 Min 
Behrens John, waiter Ahlborn House, 321 Dupont 
Behrens Richard, carpenter, r. 2190 Devisadero 
Behrens Robert H.. r. 211 Seventh 
Behrens Simon, butcher C. Lintott, r. 211 Seventh 
Behrens Sophia (widow), r. 1619 Powell 
Behrens Susan, domestic 900 O'Farrell 
Behrens Walter N. F., accumulator Palace Hotel, r. 

232 Oak 
Behrens William C. second officer S.S. City of Chester, 

r. :W4 Third 
Behringer William, r. 974 Harrison, rear 
Behrle Juliette Mrs., dressmaker, 603 Post 
Berhle B. T., confectioner Maison Doree, r. 603 Post 
Behrmann Christian F., bakery, 1218 Powell 
Behrmann Franz E.. collector German General Benev. 

Soc, office 114 Dupout, r. 262 Minua 
Behrmann I. Heinrich, wood and coal, 836 and 838 

Harrison 
Behrmaun John R., bricklayer, r. 530 Third 
BeUrmann Maria Mrs., midwife, r. H36 Harrison 
Behrmann. See Bermann 
Beicke Louis, blacksmith N. B. and Mission R. R., r. 

X75 Shotwell 
Beier William, blacksmith Joshua Hendy, r. ill Wj 

Clementina 
Beiersdorfter Edward, bartender, r. 146 Natoma 
Beiger Julius, r. 207 iiupont 
Beigljle George W., salesman Schlueter & Volberg, r. 

Oakland 
Beilbes John B., barber, 124 Montgomery A\, r. NW 

cor Powell and Broadway 
Bein William, machinist, r. 12J0 Bluxome, rear 
Beinert George, barber Charles Proschold, r. 1918 Stev 
Beingpach Auguste, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 

1112 Kearny 
Beinie Frank, steward stm Costa Rica, r. King Street 

House 
Beisfl Jacob, proptr Potrero Tannery, Es Mississippi, 

bet Mariposa and Santa (^lara, r.W s Mississippi, 

bit Mariposa aud Santa Clara 
Bejin Joseph, butcher, r. 2918 Clay 
Bekeart Frank C. fruit aud confectionery, 302 Third, 

r. we Third 
Beken Jane (widow) , boarding, 34 Minna 
Belando J.ibn (Btlando & Costa), r. 438 Minna 
Belando Peter (Belando & Co.), r. 1210 Powell 
Belando &Co. (Peter Belando. and Giovanni Daneri), 

wood aj>d coal, 1210 Powell 
Belando k Costa (John Belando. and Luigi Costa), 

wood and coal, 438 aud 4t0 Minna 
Belangcr A. Miss, r. 331 O'Farrell 
Belarerati George, fruits, 204 V. Third 
Bclasco Abraham, trader, r. 174 Clara 
Belasco David, prompter Baldwin's Theatre 
Belasco Isaac, barber International Hotel, r. 174 Clara 
Belasco l«iracl. truukmaker H. Behrendt i Co., r. 174 

Clara 
Belau Hugo, clockmaker Hermann Wenzel, r. 1317 

Kearny 
Belau Michael, tailor, r. 1317 Kearny 
Belau Otto, clerk Greenebaum & Co., r. 1317 Kearny 
Belau Bichard, machinist, r. 1317 Kearny 



I Belbiomini Charles, fruit dealer, r. 826 Jackson 

[ Belc Bettv. domestic 634 Jessie bet Seventh and 

I Eighth 

! Belcher Elizabeth B. (widow), r. 1232)^ Vallejo 

I Belcher Frederick P., teamster, 312 California, r. Oak- 

j land 

I Belcher Gilbert L., clerk H. P. Gregory & Co., r. Oak- 

! land 

I Belcher John, plumber, r. 1203^ Townsend 

Belcher Robert, teamster Frederick P. Belcher, r. 
i 1015 Union 

: BELCHER SILVER MIXIXG CO. (Storey Co. 
Nev.), John Crockett secretary, office 203 Bush, 
room 12 
I Belcher W. C. (Mastick, Belcher & Mastick) , attorney 
I at law, office .520 Montgomery, r. Palace Hotel 

' Belcour Jules, chancellor Consulate of France, office 
I 740 Washington, r. San Mateo 

Belden Charles A. (W.W. Montague & Co.) r. Oakland 

Belden Edward J., machinist Union Box Factory, r. 
114 Spear 
I Belden Edwin S., official reporter Fourth District 
I Court, office 637 Kearny, r. Oakland 

I Belden George F., assayer, r. 305 Jones 
' Belden Henry K. (Belden & Orton) r. Oakland 
j Belden James S., barber Russell Bros., r. 613 Howard 
' Belden Joseph W., receiving teller Anglo Calif ornian 
Bank, r. 2434 Pine 

Belden Josiah, capitalist, office 202 Sanaom, room 7, 
I r. Palace Hotel 

; Belden Margaret S Mrs. (widow) , r. 510 Mason 
i BELDEN & ORTON (Henry K. Belden and Rich- 
' ardH. Orton) , local agents Hartford Fire Ins. Co., 

office 313 California 

Belding Frank, clerk, r. 649 Howard 
[ Belding Mary L. Miss, assistant South S. F. School, 

r. 2 Bond 
I Belding Oren. r. 2 Bond 
i Belend«r Charles, varnisher, r. 513 Oak 
I Beley Antonio, salesman, r. 4 Ridlev 

Belfast Ginger .\le Co. (A.J. Chambers and T. J. 
I Pyne) , 1637 Howard, rear 

Belfontaine Mining Co. (Sierra Co.),H. C. Hinman 
I secretary, office 411 California 

Belford Edward, r. 624 California 
; Belgard Jean, baker, r. 824 Montgomery 

BELGIUM, Emil Grisar consul, office NW cor Fifth 
aud Townsend 

Belgrave Richard, bookkeeper, r. 1723 Leavenworth 

Belgrave R. B., r. 1723 Leavenworth 

Belgravia Hotel. James J. Sanderson proptr, NE eor 
Sutter and Polk 
: Belhony Patrick, laborer, r. 127 Folsom 
, Belinge F. A. A., physician, office and r. 1621 Cl»y 
; Belitzer Jacob, salesman Edward Cohu & Co., r. 225 

Montgomery 
1 Belknap David P. (Wiuans. Belknap & Godoy) attor- 
ney at law, office 604 Merchant, r, 108 Ellis 
I Belknap Edwin S., clerk Winans, Belknap & Godoy, r. 
' 108 Ellis 

' Bell A. Mrs., r. 1434 Broadwav 

BELL ALE.VANDER D., editor San Francisco 
[ Merchant, office 323 Front, room 6, r. Saucelito, 
Marin county 

Bell Alexander G., bookkeeper People's Ice Co., r. 504 
Third 
' Bell .Mien Mrs. (widow), r. 1011 Pacific 
I BELL AMORY F., auctioneer, office 4im Cali- 
I fornia, room 15, r. 2609 Sacramento 

Bell Andrew, r. St. Nicholas Hotel 
! Bell Benjamin C, millwright Philip Hinkle, r. 812 
' Jissie, rear 

1 Bell Charles, fireman Engine No. 5, S. F. F. D.. r. 1230 
Stockton 

Bell Charles A., teamster, r. Green Tree Hou«e 

Bell Charles E.. Jour. Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New Mont 

Bell Charles H., porter W. J. Callingham & Co., r. 
Oakland 

Bell Charles W., confectioner, r. 2 Leroy PI 

Beil D., r. 202 Sixth 

Bell Daniel P., clerk Tobiu, Davisson 4: Co., r. 915 3< 
McAllister 

Bell David B., fish dealer, 31 Grand Central Market, 
r. 552 Stevenson 

Bell E. F. (widow), r. 16;i Sixteenth 

Bell Emma Miss, r. 644 Stevenson 

Bell Frank, engineer California St. R. R. 

Bell Frank C, carpenter, r. 828 Union 

Bell F. Vinton, managing clerk W. H. L. Barnea, r. 
2620 Sacramento 



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Bell George, scenic artist Bella Union Theater, r. 1418 

Jackson 
Bell George H. (Bell & Co.) , r. 639 Kearny- 
Bell George W.. porter John W. Pew, r. lull Pacific 
Bell H. A., compositor Morning Call, r. 7(J0 Mission 
Bell Henry, r. 524 Turk, rear 
Bell Henry, gardener, r. Buchanan, bet Lilly Ay and 

Oak 
Bell Henry S., waiter Rnss House, r. 419 Clem, rear 
Bell H. H. (widow) r. 20G Powell 
Bell Ida, r. 2327 Mission 

Bell Jame6, porter stm Idaho, r. 12 Jasper PI 
Bell James, seaman, r. 12 Jac-kson 
Bell James H., barber, r. 1608 Jones 
Bell J. Evelyn, clerk Falkner, Bell & Co.,r. The Bald- 
win 
Bell John, r. 701 Post 
Bell John, expressman 18 Market, r. N s Nineteenth, 

bet Noe and Castro 
Bell John, oiler O. & O. S. S. Australia 
Bell John, plumber Thomas Day, r. 1211 Vallejo 
Bell John B., hairdresser, 1239 Folsom 
Bell John C, carpet dealer, r. NE cor Mission and 

Twenty-fourth 
Bell John C. Jr., clerk Charles Gay, r. 1805 Mason 
Bell John F., horseshoer City Cab and Transfer Co., 

r. 174 Jessie 
BE:l.I. JOHN P., attorney at law, office 310 Pine, 

room 13, r. San Leaudro 
Bell John W., clerk N. Y. department Wells, Fargo & 

Co., r. 508 Third 
Bell Joseph, bootmaker, r. 21 Ohio 
Bell Joseph, chief engineer California St. R. E., r. 2 

Leroy PI 
Bell Levi B., messenger delivery department Wells. 

Fargo & Co., r. 161 Sixteenth 
Bell L. K., master mariner, r. 920 Folsom 
Bell M. (M. Bell & Co.) r. Greenwich, nr Van Ness Av 
Bell M. & Co. (Samuel Bell), wood and coal, 1713 

Mission 
Bell Madden A., dairyman Patrick Spaight, r. W s 

Wayne, nr Union 
Bell Maggie (widow), furnished rooms, 120 Seventh 
Bell Mary, clerk Matthias Gray, r. 1709 Stockton 
Bell Mary Miss, actress, r. IHl Sixteenth 
Bell Mary Mrs., r. 909 Jackson 
Bell Nancy Mrs., r. 1434 Broadway 
Bell Otto, metal roofer, Henry G. Fiske, r. :>48 Ship 
Bell Peter, painter, r. 812 Jessie, rear 
Bell Phillip A., editor and proptr The Elevator, 610 

Battery 
Bell Robert, wholesale wines and liquors, 412 Sansom, 

r. 1246 Howard 
Bell Samuel (M.Bell & Co.) , r. Greenwich nr Van 

Ness Av 
Bell Samuel, carpenter, r. 716 Natoma 
Bell Samuel, clerk U, S. Riilway Mail Service, r. Oak- 
land 
Bell Samuel L., collector Green St. Wharf, r. 15J^ 

Clara 
Bell Telephone Co., Samuel Hubbard agent, ofl&ce 140 

Montgomery 
BBXiL THOMAS, commission merchant, office 305 

hansom, r. 1107 Bush 
Bell Thomas, hackman, r. 617 Mission 
Bell Thomas, hostler Clayburgh & Brandenstein, r. 

Bootz' Hotel 
Bell Thomas, laborer Pacific Mail S. 3. Co. 
Bell Thomas, stevedore, r. 610 Fourth 
Bell Thomas, stevedore A. M. Simpson k Bro., Beale 

St.Wharf, r. W s Alabama, bet Twentieth and 

Twenty-first 
Bell Thomas, stockbroker, r. 1661 Octavia 
Bell Thomas H., master mariner, r. 23 Hawthorne 
Bell William, r. 539 Stevenson 
Bell William, r. 1045 Howard 
Bell William, bootblack SE cor Market and Sixth 
Bell William, clerk freight auditor's office Central 

Pac. R. R., r. 427 Sutter 
Bell William, comjiositor Morning Call, r. V300^ 

Stockton 
Bell William, expressman, r. 271 Minna 
Bell William, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill, r. Ns Sier- 
ra, nr Louisiana 
Bell William, patternmaker, r. Montgomery's Hotel 
Bell William, seaman stm tug Richard Holyoke, Har- 
rison St.Wharf 
Bell William, shipwright, r. N s Greenwich, nr Polk 
Bell William, shipcarpenter W. E. CoUyer, r. SE cor 

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Bell William, stonecutter City Hall, r. NE cor Bush 

and Baker 
Bell William H., springmaker Pac. Spring and Mat- 
tress Manuf. Co.,r. 102 Natoma 
Bell William M., ship -steward, r. '273 Jessie 
Bell & Co. (George H. Boll), booksellers, stationers 

and periodicBl agents, (i.'i!) Kearny 
BEL.1,A VNION THEATRE, Tetlow & Skeantle- 

bury projjtrs, S05 Kearny 
Bella Union Quicksilver Mining Co., A. Halsey secre- 
tary, office 311 Montgomery 
Bellama John, messman stm Orizaba, r. 1.515 Stockton 
Bellamy Henry, hostler, r. 27 3^ Fourth 
Bellando Piutio, Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423 Broad- 
way 
Bellay Francis, artist, r. 718 Greenwich 
Belle Isle Mining Co. (Elko Co., Nev.), Rutherford 
H. Brown secretary, office 20S. F. Stock Exchange 
Building 
Bellemere Anna B. (widow), r. 1163 Mission 
Bellemere Augustus, jeweller, r. 119 Ellis 
Bellemere M., r. 11423»j Market 
Bellermann Emil, secretary and cashier Merchants' 

Exchange Bank, office 423 Cal, r. 1115 Shotwell 
Bellet August, cook Michael Deutsoh, r. 605 Broad- 
way 
Bellet Francoise, laundry, 712 Vallejo 
Bellew James, stonecutter Daniel Sheerin 
Bellew James H., upholsterer Goodwin & Co., r. 19 

Ohio 
Bellew John, r. 19 Ohio 
Bellew Thomas, porter J. W. Davidson & Co., r. 12V 

Olive Av 
Bellgarde Jean, bakery, 614 Broadway, r. 824 Mont 
Belli Anton, express wagon, NW cor Sansom and 

Merchant, r. 23 Jessie 
Belli Gaetano, fisherman, NE cor Vallejo and Front 
Belli Mansueto, vegetables, 67 Colombo Market 
Bellier Charles, assistant janitor Lincoln Grammar 

School, r. 27 J^ Walsh 
Bellina L. Miss, musician Tivoli Garden, r. 400 

Sutter 
Bellingall Peter W. (Bellingall & Miller) , r. Oakland 
BEL.L.INGAL.I. & flIIL.L.ER (Peter W. Bellingall 
and Peter Miller) , ship and Custom House bro- 
kers, office 425 Battery 
Bellinger Benjamin, cigars, r. 517 Jones 
BEL.L.INGHAM BAY COAL. CO., P. B. Corn- 
wall president, office Spear St.Wharf 
Belliugliam Robert, shoemaker, r. 1120 >(. Broadway 
Bellini Antonio, umbrellas, 35 Post, r. 225 Post 
Bellisle Francis N., master carbuilder Southern Pac. 
R. R., r. W s Bryant, bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifth 
Bellisle Phillip, shoemaker, r. 642 Natoma 
Bellizia D., harpist, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Bellman Vincent, laborer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 

E 8 Tennessee, nr Sierra 
Bellmer Frederick, salesman William Hoelscher & 

Co., r. 434 Seventh 
Bellmer J. H. C. restaurant, 104 First, r. 647 Stev 
Bellnow Louis, roofer, r. 43 Ecker 
BelloBina, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Bello Vincent, vegetabledealer, r. 74 Jessie 
Belloc Hypolite(Belloc & Co.), r. 319 Ellis 
BEL.L.OC <Si CO. (Hypolite Belloc, Henry Barroil- 
het, and A. Germain de Montanzan;, bsakers and 
agents general Trans-Atlantic Co. (Paris, 78 Rue 
rte Courcelles) , office 524 Montgomery 
Bellorio Giuseppe, with Italian Beuev. Soc, 423 

Washington 
Bellov Peter, seaman, r. .37 Pacific 
Bellows Edward St. John, bookkeeper U. S. Sib- 
Treasury, r. 328 Geary 
Bellows Emil, cook Maison Doree, r. 19 Lewis 
Bellows H. H., r. 529 Sacramento 
Bellows Joseph, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works 
! Bellows Joseph, painter, r. 1024 Stockton 
BELiLRUDE J. S. (Saucelito and San Francisco 

Transfer Co.) , office 409 East, r. Saucelito 
Bell>tedt Augusta, domestic 313 )i Elm Av 
Bellstedt John, engineer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. cor 

Tenth Av and P, South S. F. 
Bellue Camille, clerk Lenormand Bros., r. 219 Pros- 
pect PI 
Bellumini Carlo, (G. Giovannetti & Co.), r. NE cor 

Powell and Washington 
Belmont House, Mrs. Alfred Rix proprictre.a8, 969 

Mission 
Belmont Margaret Mrs., r. 10 Quincy 



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BEa^MOXT MEVrVG CO. (Nye Co., Nev.J, J. W. 

Pew secretary, office 310 Pine, room 15 
Belmont Park (San Mateo Co.), ofiBce 545 California 
Belmour Louis, at tor, r. 433 .Jessie 
Belnez George, r. 2111 Mason 
Belnow Louis, \t-atchman Underwriters' Fire Patrol, 

SW cor Stevenson and Ecker 
Belodo Victor, bootblack Heider & Co., r. Helvetia 

Hotel 
Belser Julius, bricklayer, r. 135 ?<i Dure 
Bflshaw Mortimer W., capitalist, r. 1626 Jackson 
Belstead John, engineer, r. Tenth Av. bet P and Q, 

South S. F. 
Belt Alfred M. Jr.. bookkeeper Mayhew, Earnest & 

Co., r. 1008 Bush 
Belt Thomas W., bookkeeper Rooe Bros., r. Brooklyn 

Hotel 
Belteridge J. A., compositor Evening Bulletin, r. 812 

Montgomery 
Belton Phillip M., clerk, r. SW cor Twenty-third and 

Alabama 
Beltran Ildefonsa (widow), r. 10 Pollard PI 
Beltren Josephine Miss, shirt finisher Anchor Shirt 

Factory, r. 509 Greenwich 
Belvedere House, .\lbino Abbiati proptr, 1108 Stock 
Belvidere Mining Co. (Bodie) . C.V. D. Hubbard secre- 
tary, office Cosmopolitan Hotel, room 29 
Bellville Eli. broommaker Harrison & Dickson, r. 54 

First 
Belz Johannes, tailor, r. Ahlborn House 
Belz John, seaman schr EUennoro 
Bemis Charles C, U. S. supervising inspector steam 
vessels First District, office 11 U. S. Court Build- 
ing, r. 419 Bryant 
Bemis Frank A., machine hand Holland i Rupper, r. 

im Oak Grove Av 
Bemis Louisa H. (widow) , r. 771 Mission 
Bemis Sarah M. Miss, r. 210 Jones 
Bemis. See Beamish 
Bemmerer August, cutler, 1521 Polk 
Bemmcrly Henrietta (widow) , r. 2108 Taylor 
Bemus James, magazine keeper Cal. Powder Works, 

r. NE cor Baker and Tonquin 
Benard Auguste F., liquor saloon, NE cor Fifth and 

Howard 
Benavides Alfred, tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., r. 

443 Green 
Benavides Antonio, cigarmaker, r. 528 Green 
Benbow David, painter Thomas Downing, r. 2309 

Larkin 
Bencal James, paperhanger, r. 828 Folsom 
BEXCHIiEY L. B., general manager Pac. Rolling 

Mill Co., office lU First, r. Ki.i Fulton 
Bendel Bernard k Co. (estate of) . Empire Match Fac 

tory, Hofeu & Co. agents, t)ffice 412 Clay 
Bendel Herman (Tillmauu & Bendel), r. Oakland 
Bendel Lewis, clerk Henry Hollrnan, r. NW cor Mis- 
sion and Twenty-fourth 
Bender Andrew S., civil engineer, office and r. 137 

MontgoiiiiTV 
BENDKR CHARLES, leather and shoe findings, 

42 Gtary 
Bender Fraiik. molder, r. 3 Baldwin Court 
Bender Frederick C, car builder Clay St. Hill R. R., 

r. lOS Bernard 
Bender Jacob, butcher Jacob Tautphaus, r. 1020 How 
Bender Jacob A., mason, r. 2729 Howard 
Bender John, laborer, r. Sacramento Hotel 
Bender Joseph, collarmaker Main & Winchester, r. 

1003 Tyler 
BendHr Joseph P., mason, r. S s Twenty-ninth bet 

Noc and Sanchez 
Bender Louis, cook German Hospital 
Bender M. F., teacher, r. NW cor Bdwy and Larkin 
Bender M. J. (widow), r. 1028 Market 
Bender N. W., collector Eintracht. r. 312 Post 
Bender Thomas L., bricklayer, r. 229 Jessie 
Bender William, laborer, r. 101! Jackson 
Bender William A., clerk 420 Montgomery, r. 2729 How 
Bendett Matthias, laborer, r. 20 Morey Alley 
Bendigal James, cook Sanders' Hotel 
Bendit Bono, expressman NE cor Sutter and Mont- 
gomery, r. 1311) PiK-iflc 
Bendit Elias, photograph gallcrv, 28 Third, r. 214 Fifth 
Bendit Herman, clerk Samuel Bendit. r. 400 McAllister 
Bendit Isaac, peddler, r. 451 Tehama bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Bendit Louis, barber, r. 1309 Pacific 
Bendit Morris, expressman cor CaUfornio and Mont- 
gomery, r. 1025 York 



Bendit Sam, auctioneer and commission merchant, 

536-538 California, r. 400 McAllister 
Bendixin Charles, with William Lange, Cole nr 

Golden Gate Park 
Bendixsen John, seaman, r. 17 Pacific ^ 
Bendt Charles, butcher, r. 741 Market 
Bendt Silas, carriagemaker, r. 741 Market 
I Bendt William, liquor saloon. 12 Clay 

BENEAK J. S., mining secretary, office 420 Mont- 
I gomcry, room 12 

j Benecke Dederick; groceries, 520 Broadway 
I Beuedetti Bastiano, r. 4 Sherwood PI 
j Benedict A. W., r. Park Hotel 

Benedict Charles, driver Jersey Farm Dairy, r. 107 
I Fifth 

; Benedict Charles E., bakery. Ill Fifth 

Benedict Charles V.. bookkeeper Excelsior Planing 
I Mills, r. 1419 Folsom 

BENEDICT O. S., merchant tailor, 13G Mont- 
gomery, r. W s Valencia, nr Fifteenth 
Benedict Jacob, refiner Pac. Refinery and Bullion Ex- 
change, r. N s Beaver, bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Benedict M. M. (widow), r. 132 Sixth 
Beneke Charles, laborer Maine Restaurant, r. 1003^ 

Second 
Benet Maurice. Swiss Benev. Soc, 5J$ Kearny 
Benevent Alexandre, laundryman C. A. Peyre, r. 82« 

Green 
Benticld Conrad, master mariner, r. 14 Liberty 
Bengson Eiick, laborer Russ House 
Benhagen Jacob, salesman, r. .■>07Jti Hyde 
Benham .\zel M., pianos, organs, and musical mer- 
chandise. 647 Market, r. 1021 Polk 
BENHAM CALHOUN, attorney at law, office 330 

Pine, room 21, r. 1129 Turk 
Benham C. S., mining superintendent, office 412 Cal- 
ifornia, r. 1524 California 
Benham James W., r. 1021 Polk 
Benham Lucius S., r. 2310 Howard 
Benham M. L. (widow), r. 435 Bryant 
Benham Raymond S.. commercial traveler, r. 2310 

Howard 
Benham W. H.. commercial traveler, r. 2310 Howard 
Benbson C, r. 618 California 
Benhson Henry, cigar packer, r. 018 California 
BENICIA CEMENT CO., Padey Martin presi- 
dent, office 542 California 
Benicia Tannery, Edward P. Danforth proptr, office 

723 Battery 
Benick H. W. A., printer, r. 1 Central PI 
Bening August, clerk H. Schroder, r. 1114 Webster 
i Benis Mary Mrs., r. 771 Mission 
Benitez Julio, Mexican Rifles' Armory, 1524 Stockton 
Benjamin Abraham F., law and collection agency, I 

215 Sansoni, room 5, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Alexander E., clerk Marks & Keinehardt, r. 

721 Eddy 
Benjamin Alfred G., carriagetrimmer, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Asher L., r. lUOl Market 
Benjamin Augustus M. (Perkins & Benjamin), r. Pet- 

aluma 
Benjamin Charles ^saloon keeper, r. 1 Quincy PI 
Benjamin (Charles E.. salesman Crane, Hastings k 

Co. , r. 213 Sixteenth 
Benjamin Charlotte (widow), lodgings, 783 Market 

and 9 Fourth 
Benjamin Edward, r. NE c ir Post and Stockton 
Benjamin Etlward C. shipping clerk CYane, Hastings 

& Co., r. 2.i4 Post 
Benjamin Edward H., patternmaker Fulton Iron 

Works, r. 2t'>25 Mis.sion 
Benjamin Edward J., clerk, r. 1115 Sutter 
Benjamin Krastus M., carpenter, r. 2625 Misson 
Benjamin Frederick A., mining engineer, r. 220 

Ekveuth 
Benjamin Henry, second hand clothing, 1149 Market 
BeujamiL Henry A. (Henry A. Benjamin & Co.) r. Ruse 

House 
Benjamin Henry A. k Co. (J. S. Henshaw), Pacific 

Congress Springs, depot 162 New Montgomery 
Benjamin Isedore, laborer, r. 1027 Dupont 
Benjamin Jacob, r. 721 E(Uiy 
Benjamin James, r. 40 M Geary 
Benjamin Joseph, tailor, 447 Fourth 
Benjamin Lizzie Slisi», r. 409 Stevenson 
Benjamin Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1001 Market 
Benjamin M. H, (widow), teacher, r. 1001 Market 
Benjamin Mildura Mrs., r. 1104 Mi.«sion 
Benjamin Nellie Mrs., boxmaker Gray Bros., r. 322 
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Benjamin Orson C, second steward O. & O. S. S. Oce- 
anic, r. 320 Fifth 
Benjamin Sarah G., ladies' nurse, r. filG Harrison 
Benjamin Wallace A., clerk Martin Herman, r. 721 

Eddy 
Benjamin William K., day watchman U. S. Mint, r. 

2808 Pine 
Benkelmau Rosalie, liquor Baloon, cor Railroad and 

Ninth avs, r. Fifteenth Av bet P and Q, South S. 

F. 
Benker George, cigarmaker Holling Bros., r. 72 

Everett 
Benn Charles S., miner, r. Overland House 
Benit George M., laborer Dunn & Elucher, r. 121 Ber- 
nard 
Benn James, driver Hibernia Brewery, r. 1211 Folsom 
Benn John, r. 603 Braunan 
Benn John S., r. 603 Brannan 

Benn Thomas, driver Hibernia Brewery, r. 1211 Fol 
Bennegoff Frederick, barkeeper, r. 1337 Dupont 
Banner Felix, cigarboxmaker F. Korbel & Eros., r. 514 

Sixth 
Benner Frederick M., melter melt r and refiners' 

dep.irtment U. S. Mint, r. cor Sixteenth and.We^t, 

Oakland 
Benner Kaphael, drygoods (Eureka, Nev.l, r. 1025 

Hairison 
Bennerscheidt Bruno (Giovannini and Bennerscheidt) 

r. 245 Second 
Bennet Charles A., druggist, 21 Third, r. 1006 Larkin 
BEMNET TH03IAS, general agent Travelers' 

Insurance Co., office 403 California, r. Oakland 
Bennett A. (widow), r. 27U0 Mit-sion 
Bennett Aaron J., salesman, r. 2327 Bryant Av 
Bennett iEtna Mrs., r. 1 Eddy 
Bennett A. G., r. 10 Anthony 
Bennett Albert A., architect, office 302 Montgomery, 

room 33, r. 2323 California 
Bennett Albert A., plumber William Bennett, r. 1015 

Clay 
Bennett Alfred, painter, r. 454 Sixth 
Bennett Alfred E., carpenter D. A. Macdonald & Co., 

r. Oakland ' 

Bennett Anna Miss, milliner, r. 569 M Minna 
Bennett Anna Miss, milliner, r. 418 Union 
Bennett Anthony, guard House of Correction 
Bennett A. P., bookkeeper, r. 516 Filbert 
Bennett Bridget, domestic 24 Twelfth 
Bennett Brothers (John R., and George), dairy produce 

35 and 36 California Market 
Bennett C. D., bookkeeper Atkinson, Doud k Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bennett Charles, clerk, r. 669 J^ Minna 
Bennett Charles A., clerk Southern Pac.E. R. Freight 

Depot, r. 715 Howard 
Bennett Charles G., currier Herman Eoyer, r. 608 

Sixth 
Bennett Christian, fruit dealer, r. 13 Verona PI 
Bennett Clement, official short-hand reporter, office 

434 California, room 10, r. Colonnade House 
Bennett Constance Mrs., r. 426 Geary 
Bennett Daniel L., fuller Mission Woolen Mills, r. 222 

Shotwell 
Bennett David A. (Harris and Bennett) , r. The Baldwin 
Bennett Edward, clerk Bennetts South Park Laundry, 

r. 5.55 Bryant 
Bennett Edward D., fruit dealer. 2255 Mission, r. 2324 

Folsom 
Bennett Edward S., foreman McCord, Bridge & Co., r. 

221 Ellis 
Bennett Edwin, baker S. F. Cracker Co., r. 438 Union 
Bennett Erastus, S., teamster, r. 801 Clinton 
Bennett F. M., bookkeeper, r. 125 Second 
Bennett F. P., r. 790 Folsom 
Bennett Frank, teamsterLobos Square Packing House, 

r. NW cor Bay and Buchanan 
Bennett Frederick, hostler J. B. Chase, r. 8 Clay 
Bennett Frederick, laborer, r. "N s VallejOjUr Sansom, 

rear 
Bennett Frederick, liquor saloon, 230 Brannan 
Bennett George, r. 15 Virginia 
Bennett George (Bennett Bros.), r. 118 Fell 
Bennett George, driver Omnibus K. R., r. 213 Six- 
teenth 
Bennett George, laborer Golden Age Flouring Mill, 

r. 908 Sansom, rear 
Bennett George, painter Josiah Moulton, r. NW cor 

Clay and Davis 
Bennett George W., policeman City Hall, r. 208 Sec- 
ond 



Bennett George W., springmaker Betts Spring Co., 

r. .569)^4 Minna 
Bennett George W., stock clerk Levi Strauss k Co.,r. 

Alameda 
Bennett Gertrude (widow), r. 1931 Sutter 
Bennett G. L., news agent, r. 921 Powell 
Bennett Hurry E., compositor Evening Post, r. 113 

Prospect PI 
Bennett Henrietta, teacher music, r. 452 Sixth 
Bennett Henry, r. 307 Fourth 
Bennett Heury. painter, r. 454 sixth 
Bennett Henry C, edilor, r 226 Sutter 
Bennett Henry M., law student James A. Waymire, r. 

1632 Howard 
Bennett J., captain supernumeraries Baldwin Theater 
Bennett John, carpenter, r. 507 Minna, rear 
Bennett John driver. Central R. R., r. cor Tyler and 

Buchanan 
Bennett John, haekman, Plaza 
Bennett John, laborer, r. 16Bernice 
Bennett John, telegraph operator Central Pait. R. E., 

r. 41 South Park 
Bennett John R. (Bennett Brothers), r. 1931 Sutter 
Bennett J. S., r. 424 Sansom 
Bennett Joseph cook George A. Rogers, r. Western 

Hotel 
Bennett L, seaman, r Western House 
Bennett Laura Miss., instructress Domestic Sewing 

Machine Co., r. 315 Geary 
Bennett Lizzie (widow), r. 5t;9)<J Minna 
Bennett Lizzie A. Miss, dressmaker, r. 1931 Sutter 
Bennett Lucy Mrs., furnished rooms, 873.^ Market 
Bennett Margaret A. (widow), r. E s Iowa, nr Solano 
Bennett Mary (widow), r. 2324 Folsom 
Bennett Mary Miss, dressmaker, SW cor Polk and 

Pine 
Bennett Mary Mrs., proprietress Bennett's South Park 

Laundry. 555 Bryant 
Bennett Mary E. Miss, assistant Mission Grammar 

School, r. 2324 Folsom 
Bennett Maurice, laborer, r. 1604 Bush 
Bennett Morris, with Henry Gerig & Co., r. Ws Clara 

Av, bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Bennett Nathaniel (Bennett & Jones) , attorney at law, 

office 215 Sansom, rooms 10-11, r. 1406 Howard 
Bennett Peter B. (Nicholas Fabris & Co.), r. 418 

Union 
Bennett Phillip, tinsmith Alexander Hoy, r.418 Union 
Bennett Robert H., warehouseman, office 202 Clay, r. 

Fruit Vale, Alameda county 
Bennett Samuel, laborer Andrew Onderdonk, r. 1336 

Pacific 
Bennett Samuel, mining, r. 2017 Mission 
Bennett Sanford, capitalist, r. Buss House 
Bennett Sanford S., bookkeeper Domestic Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., r. 315 Geary 
Bennett Silas F., r. 1155 Mission 
Bennett Surinda Miss, dressmaker, SW cor Polk and 

Pine 
Bennett Thomas, cook John Uzzovich. r. cor Pacific 

and Davis 
Bennett Thomas, laborer, r. 863 >2 Market 
Bennett Thomas, painter, r. 303 Davis 
Bennett Thomas, physician, office 620 Market, r. 716 

Pine 
Bennett Thomas, salesman Keane Bros., r. 2214 Fill- 
more 
Bennett Victor, carpenter, r. W s Church, bet Twenty- 
sixth and 'Twenty-aeveuth 
Bennett William, bottler Edward C. Slorah, r. 436 Stev 
Bennett William, compositor Wick B. Parsons, r. 418 

Green 
Bennett William, laundryman Bennett's South Park 

Laundry, r. 555 Bryant 
Bennett William, physician, r. 452 Sixth 
Bennett William, plumber and gastitter, 1015 Clay 
Bennett William J., machinist, r. 30 Frederick 
BENNETT & JONES (Nathaniel Bennett and De 

Witt Clinton Jones), attorneys at law, office 215 

Sansom, rooms 10 and 11 
Bennett's South Park Laundry, Mrs. Mary Bennett 

proprietress, 555 Bryant 
Bennighoff George, barkeeper G. E. Brosi, r. 37 Sec 
Benning Anton, groceries and liquors, SW cor Taylor 

and Chestnut 
Benning John, salesman Newell & Bro. 
Benning William, porter Claussenius & Co., r. 1517 

Dupont % 
Bennink Adrian W., compositor H. S. Crocker & Co., 

r. 1 Central PI 



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Bennison Edward, secretary North Modoc Consolida- 
ted Silver Mining Co., office 19 Merchants' Ex- 
change, r. Oakland 

Benoist Prosper, cook, GiO Folsom 

Benoit Araedee J., compositor Courier de San Fran- 
cisco, r. 16 Montgomery Av 

Benoit Charles (Blanchard & Benoit), r. 649 Pac 

Benoit Charles. Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny 
and Morton 

Benot William, barkeeper E. Lubin, r. 49 Sacramento 

Benrimo Joseph, stockbroker, office *J0 Montgomery, 
r. 1.50U Mission 

Bensabot .Ja';ob,salesmanMorrisLouisson, r'214 Clara 

Bensel Charles, tailor William Nicolai, r. 1'236 Market 

Bensel James, paperhanger John Cooney, r. Folsom, 
nr Fourth 

Bensen Bernhardt, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 

Bensen Conrad, groceries and liquors, •20'J9 Polk 

Bensen Henry, groceries and liquors, NE cor Sixth 
and Bryant 

Bensen. See Benson 

Bensinger Daniel, baker stm George W. Elder, r. 2409 
Howard, rear 

Bensley John, r. 18 Laurel PI 

Benson Andrew, stevedore, r. W s Sansom, bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich 

Benson Annie E. Miss, as.sistant Fourth Street Pri- 
mary School, r. 2710 Howsrd 

Benson Anson, lumberman, r. 'iiS Bryant 

Benson Benjamin C, captain stm Onward, r. 006 Bay 

Benson Benjamin F. M., bookkeeper Boca Brewing 
Co., r. Too California 

Benson Charles, seaman, r. 140 Folsom 

Benson Charles M., conductor Central Pac. R. E., r. 
247 Stevenson 

Benson Elleu P. .Mrs., branch bakery, 1.51.5 Market 

Benson Franklin K., clerk, r. 2710 Howard 

Benson H., furnituredealer, r. 238 ShotwcU 

Benson Henry, tailor, r. 12 O'Farrell Alley 

Benson Henry C. Itev., editor California Christian 
Advocate, office 1041 Market, r. Santa Clara 

Benson James, r. 939 Mission 

Benson James, seaman, r. Steuart Street House 

Benson James, secretary Odd Fellows' Savings 
Bank, office 238 Montgomery, r. 2710 Howard 

Benson James A., policeman new City Hall, r. 1203 
Market 

Benson James E. R., printer, r. 2710 Howard 

Benson John, barber, r. 25 Everett, rear 

Benson John A., surveyor, itnd civil engineer, office 
507 Montgomery, r. Seminary Park 

Benson Lucy (widow), r. 411 Powell 

Benson Martin, teamster?!. M. Wentworth Boot and 
Shoe Co., r. West Berkeley 

Benson Michael, porter Wilson (new) Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., r. 402 Hayes 

Benson Olo, seaman, r. 823 Battery 

Benson Oliver, seaman Pacific Mail 8. 8. Colima, r. 
54 Sacramento 

Benson P. Mrs., r. 140 Chestnut 

Benson Samuel H., foreman boilermaker Southern 
Pac. R. U., r. 1323 ■<; Natoma 

Benson Sanford, printer California Christian Advo- 
cate, r. Alameda 

Benson Sarah, domestic SW cor Duncan and Guer 

Keuson 8. J. Mrs., r. lV27i Filbert 

Benson Thomas A., groceries and liquors, NE cor 
Eighth and Folsom 

Benson William, waiter Bohemian Club, r. 28 Stone 

Benson William R., groceries and liquiTS, 51 Brady 

Benson. See Bensen 

Bent Charles, watchman Mission Woolen Mills 

Bent Edward F. (E. F. Bent & Co.), r. 323 First 

BKNT K. P. tSf CO. (Lewis W. Mc Glauflin), 
grain commission brokers, office 18 California 

Bent John T., bookki^^pcr Mission Bay Warehouse, 
office 18 California, r. '28 McAllister 

Benter Henry, fringeinaker W. Englander, r. Oakland 

Benter John, fringomaker W. Englamler, r. Oakland 

Bentham Harry, liquor s:iloon, 538 Market, r. 25 M 

Bcntley Bartholomew, seaiuuu, r. 238 Steuart 

Bentloy William R.. mining secretary, office 3'27 Pine, 
room H'l, r. Oakland 

Beuton Charles J., r. E a Howard, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth 

Benton Charles L., bookkeeper F. N. Woods & Co., r. 
1030 Pine 

Benton Consolidated Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.)', 
William H. Watson secretary, olBce 302 Mont- 
gomery, room 6 



Benton Hugh, laborer, r. 214 Prospect PI 

Bentz John, sausagemaker M. Weil, r. 108 Dupont 

Benussi Louis, bookkeeper Lavilla Brothers, r. N 8 

Powell, bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Benvi nuti Jermano (Faverel & Benvenuti) , r. NW cor 

Union and Mason 
Benz John C, tish dealer, 83 California Market, r. 722 

Lombard 
Benzecry Morris, cigarmaker Samuel A. Gordon, r. 46 

Louisa 
Benzing John, carrier Evening Bulletin, r. 44 Steuart 
Benzon August, clerk C. F. Bassett & Co., r. Oakland 
Beppler F., r. Prescotc House 

Beppler John, market, 1518 Dupont, r. 1516 Dupont 
Bequet Henry E., teamster Sailors' Home, cor Harri- 
son and Main 
Bera Autonia (widow), lodgings, 314 Fifth 
Beran Adolph, boot and shoemaker, SE cor Mason 

and Lombard 
Beran Barbara (widow), r. 1003 Pacific 
Beran Emanuel, shoemaker, r. 629^ Union 
Beran Frank, boot and shoemaker. 1003 Pacific 
Berard Achille, laborer, r. 8.14 Vallejo, rear 
Berard Edward, pressman Courrier de Ssm Francisco, 

r. 702 Vallejo 
Beraud A., baker, r. 420 Jackson 
Beraud Felix, baker, r. 42i) Jackson 
Berbora John N., waiter Nicholas Antunovich, r. SIO 

Montgomery .\v 
Bercavich Louis, peddler, r. 19 Natoma 
Berck Dora Mrs., r. 202 Octavia 

Berdan Frank C, weigher U. S. Mint, r. 969 Mission 
Berdan George N., staiibuilder, r. 16 Jessie, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 
Berdejo Juan De, porter George Obenauer 
Beresford John, caterer Russ House 
Beresford William, laborer, r. 3'2'J, Beale 
Beretta Angelo, sutler Presidio Reseivation 
Beretta Eugenio, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Beretta Guglielmo, commission agent, office 614 

Washington, r. Oakland 
Beretta Italo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Beretta John, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 39 Na- 
toma 
Beretta Pietro, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Berfreund August, seaman, r. 152 Steuart 
Berg Adolph, newspaper clerk Post Office, r. 2.507 Fol 
Berg Alfred, watches and jewelry, 1141 Market, r. 203 

Seventh 
Berg Andrew, seaman, r. 17 Park Av 
Berg Anton, clerk G. A. Ammerup, r. 19 Rausch 
Berg August, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Berg Carl F., physician, office and r. 618 California 
Berg Charles, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Berg Charles, surgical instrumentmaker Hatteroth k 

Russ, r. Harrison opp Eighteenth 
Berg Charles O., seaman, r. 12 Washington 
Berg Christian L., porter Ward A. Hepburn, r. 1304 

Jackson 
Berg Edward, clerk Alfred Berg, r. 202 Seventh 
Berg Ferdinand, butcher 26 Grand Arcade Market, r. 

468 Sixth 
Berg Frederick, seaman, r. Western House 
Berg George C, expressman John Uoesch, r. 606 Na- 
toma 
Berg Gustav. bartender Julius Tonuemacher, r. 913 

Kearu.v 
Berg Henry, Danish Soc, 720 Mission 
Berg John A., with Peter A. Swausey, r. 38*Ritch 
Berg JuliiLS C, shoemaker C. Mutschler, r. 1'20 Shipley 
Berg Mary Mrs., compositor, r. 908 Sansom, rear 
Berg Peter, molder John G. lis, r. lOlti Pacilio 
Berg Rasmus, seamau, r, 2-S Garden, rear 
Berg Thomas, cook, r. 908 Sansom, rear 
Berg Willibald, cook Vienna Model Bakery, 

Jessie 
Berg. See Birge and Burg 
Bergametti Charles, cook Henry Wohltman. 

Clementina 
Bergantz P. W., r. 1818 Pierce 
Berge Astri (widow), groceries and liqmirs, NE cor 

(Jrcen niui ChIIiouu 
Berge Emma Miss. r. NE cor Green and Calhoun 
BEROKN ADKIAX, commission merchant. 507 

Clay, r. 1210 Clay 
Bergen Alexander, with Adrian Bergen, r. 1210 Clay 
Bergen James, liiachinist Union Iron Works, r. 8 

Rausch 
Bergen Martin, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 
Bergen Mary Miss, domestic, 121 Oak 



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Bergen "William, laborer, r. NW cor Sixtec-ntb and 
Guerrero 

Bergener August, r. Hackmeier's Hotel 

BergentbalDMniel.r. o Washington 

Berger Adolph, tramster, r. 12;^ Maria 

Berger August, chemist, r. 514 Bush 

BERGER CHRISTIAN' G., apothecary SW cor 
Eddy and Steiner 

Berger G., collector, office ol9 Sacramento, r. 4 Hyde 

Berger Henry J., labortr Edward Newman, r. i'M Bush 

Berger H. H., florist, r. WOO Bdwy 

Berger Jacob, coachman, 510 Franklin 

Berger Julius ;Edward Cohn & Co.), r. 209 Dupont 

Berger Louis, clerk, r. Overland House 

Berger Martin L. Rev., pastor Westminster Presbyte- 
rian Church, r. 318 Page 

Berger Rosa Miss, saleslady Alex. Bertin, r. 320 Sut 
i Bergorole Louis, printer, r. 113 O'Farrell 
' Bergerot John, private school, Gil Stockton 

Bergerot John A., gardener, r. NE cor Kansas and Six- 
teenth 

Berges Alexandre, waiter John Bordenauve, r. SE cor 
Fifth Av and M. South S. F. 

Berges Nicholas, policeman City Hall, r. 25 Langton 

Berges P., vegetables, 22 Colombo Market 

BERGES P. B. & CO. (Augusta Drayeur and 
Dominique Cazeaux) , proptrs Miners' Restaurant, 
529-531 Commercial and 737 Market 

Berges Peter, teamster, r. WsSansom, nr Greenwich, 
rear 

Berges Peter B. (P. B. Berges & Co.), r. 411 Post 

Bergeson M., r. Chicago Hotel 

Bergevin Nelson L., salesman John Renz, r. Steven- 
son, ur Fourth 

Bergevin Petf-r, expressman P. M. S. S. Co.'s Wharf, 
r. N s St. Rose, bet Ferrie and Collins 

Bergez John (Bergez & Klein) , r. 1428 Jackson 

Bergez Peter, pantryman Bergez & Klein, r. 1428 Jack 

BERGEZ «& ICtiJEIN (Jobn Bergez and Peter Klein) , 
proptrs Occidental Restaurant, 536 Washington 

Bergl'eld Robert, carpenter, r. Church, bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-eighth 

BERGGREN AUGUST, consul Sweden and Nor- 
way, office 406 Montgomery, r. 1111 Stockton 

Berghofer Conrad, r, 542 J^ Folsom 

Bergin Amelia Miss, dressmaker, r. 1126 Paciiic 

Bergin Ellen Miss, r. 1520 Powell 

Bergin John, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. W 6 Jersey, 
bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 

Bergin Joseph F. Jr., clerk, r, 602 Geary 

Bergin Mary (widow), r. 1526 Powell 

Bergin Michael, attorney at law, office 79 Montgomery 
Block 

Bergin Michael W., groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Dora and Bryant 

Bergin Patrick, cook What Cheer House Restaurant, 
529 Sacramento 

Bergin Patrick, grocer, r. 112G Pacific 

Bergin Peter, driver City R. R., r. 227 Fifteenth 

Bergin Thomas I. (McAllister & Bergin), attorney at 
law, office 38 and 39 Nevada Block, r.Russ House 

Bergion Manuel, machinist, r. 216 Clara 

Berglund Andres, tailor, r. 1309 Jackson 

Berglund Hans, carpenter, r. 38 Perry 

Berglund Johannes, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 

Berghind Niels, boots and shoes, 518 }<i Geary, r. 316 
O'Farrell, rear 

Bergman Alexander, master mariner, r. 429 Oak 

Bergman August, seaman, r. Western House 

Bergman Dora, domestic 1320 O'Farrell 

Bergman Gustave, stevedore A. C. Freese. 

Bergman Louisa Miss, dressmaker, 1226 Pine 

Bergman Samuel, butcher M. Gradwohl A: Co., r. 412 
Larkiu 

Bergmann Abraham, candy manuf r, 200 Washington, r. 
1435 O'Farrell 

Bergmann Ann (widow) , r. 530 Third 

Bergmann Henry, shoemaker H. Thumler, r. 25 Morton 

Bergmann Jacob (Frankenthal & Co.), r. 1603 Gough 

Bergold Charles v., steward Edward Newman, r. 525 
Geary, rear 

Bergovich Frederick, upholsterer, r. 6 Clara Lane 
Bergshicker William, brewer Broadway Brewery, r. 

730 Vallejo 
BergBon Charles, paster Wempe Bros., 569 Market 
BergBon Oscar, brassfinisher S. F. Brass Works, r. 312 

Fulton 
Bergstein Marian (widow) , r, 1439 Pine 
Bergstein Sigmund, engineer Sutter St. R. B., r. 1439 
Pine 



Bergstrom John, organ builder, NE cor Seventeenth 
and Howard, r. W s Lundy Lane nr Esmeralda Av 

Bergue Joseph, r. 736 Pacific 

Bergues , laborer E. Artigues & Co., r. Fifth Av, 

bet Railroad Av and N. South S. F. 

Berham Frank P., architect Wolfe k Son, r. 949 How 

Berholte Sophie (widow), housekeeper, r. 1215 Pacific 

Bering James, clerk, r. 2303 Taylor 

Bering John P., bookkeeper, r. 2303 Taylor 

Beritzhoflf Alexander C, U. S. Internal Revenue 
storekeeper, r. 636 Stevenson 

Beritzhoff Charles, conductor Sutter St. R. R., r. 636 
Stevenson 

Beritzhoff Katie Miss, dressmaker, r. 636 Stevenson 

Beritzholf John, r. 636 Stevenson 

Beritzlioff Mamie Miss, milliner, r. 636 Stevenson 

Beritzhoff Sigismund.leatherdresser, r. 636 Stevenson 

Berk Maurice G., salesman William Herber & Co.. 
r. 700 California 

Berkek^y (branch) Railroad, J. O. B. Gunn secretary, 
office NE cor Foiirth and Townscnd, room 1 

Berkeley Ferry, East ur Washington 

Berkeley Ferry k B. R. Co., William Stuart secretary, 
office 320 Sansom, room 12 

Berkeiej' John, cigars and tobacco, r. 2331 Bush 

Berkeley Land and Town Improvement Assn, Samuel 
A. Penwell secretary, office 717 Montgomery 

Berkely Real Estate Union, .Michael McDonnell man- 
ager, office 422 Montgomery 

Berkemer Philip F., carpenter, r. Grand Central 
Hotel 

Berkhauer Hermdnn (Berkhauer & Koem ke) , r. 8 
Dupont 

Berkhauer & Koeneke (Hermann Berkhauer, Richard 
Koeneke and Mrs. R. Koeneke), proptrs restaur- 
ant St. Ann's Rest, r. N\V cor Eddy and Powell 

Berkhout N., steward steam tug Richard Holyoke, 
Harrison St. Vv'harf 

Berkley Joseph M., whitener, 3 Valencia 

Berkman Solomon, laborer, r. Emma, nr Stockton 

Berkowilz Meyer, salesman 1008 Stockton, r. 7.32 Hayes 

Berkowitz Rtichel Mrs., cloaks and suits, 1008 Stock- 
ton, r. 732 Hayes 

Berkowitz Simon, shoemaker, 534 Pacific 

Berlack Maurice, clerk Walter Harris & Co., r. 636 
Commercial 

Berlenz Joseph, laborer Saulmann's Restaurant, r. 
518 California 

Berli Solomon, Swiss Benev. Soc, 5)<i Kearny 

Berlin Charles, carpenter, r. cor Twenty-eighth and 
Church 

Berlin-Cologne Fire Insurance Co. of Berlin, office 321 
California 

BERLIN FREDERICK A., attorney at law, 
otiice 515 California, rooms 1-2, r. 509 Powell 

Berlin Henry, commercial traveler, r. 309 3<i Elm Av 

Berlin Simon N., bool<keeper Ad. Lewis & Co., r. 1023 
Hyde 

Berlin William, stevedore A. C. Freese, r. S s Four- 
teenth bet Minna and Natoma 

Berliner George, agent E. Guitt ird & Co.. f. 2207 De- 
visadero 

Berliner Henry, bookkeeper, r. 2207 Devisadero 

Berliner Herman A. (Marks & Berliner^ , r. 922 
McAllister 

Bei liner Isadore, tailor, 528 Third 

Berliner Sarah (widow), r. 433 Clementina 

Berlins John, engineer, r. 14 William 

Berly Samuel, gardener J. B. Haggin, r. Park Hotel 

Bermann Otto, gents' furnishing goods, 411 Kearny 

BERBIINGHAM JOHN% agent CaUfornla and 
Mexican S. S. Line, office 10 Market, and school 
director, r. 611 Chestnut 

Bermingham Lizzie Miss, domestic 8 Liberty 

Bermingham. See Birmingham 

Bermuibe Charles, seaman, r. 46 Steuart 

Berna Frederick, r. 649 Third 

Bemal Manuel, clerk Lazard Freres, r. 806 Stockton 

Bernard A. Mrs., r. 21 Ellis 

Bernard Abraham C, r. 8443^ Folsom 

Bernard Anna Miss, vocalist St. Ann's Rest, r, 1810 Fol 

Bernard Annie Miss, machinehand Porter, Oppen- 
heimer & Slessinger, r. 28 Rausch 

Bernard Cambot, laborer A. T. Noble & Co., r. W e 
San Jose Av, nr Thiitieth 

Bernard Charles, broker, r. 8 Dupont 

BERNARD CHARLES, coffee and spice mills, 
707 Sansom, r. 312 Oak . 

Bernard Charles A., house and sign painter, 62» 
Merchant, r. '2033 Howard 



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Bernard Claude, waiter O. & O. S. S. Australia 

Bernard EIIph (widow) , r. E s Hartford, bet Eiglit- 
eeuth and Nineteenth 

Bernard F., teamster Superintendent of Streets 

Bernard Flora A. Miss. r. 1305 Montgomery 

Bernard Florence, expressman, r. 108 Lilly At 

Bernard Francis, carpenter and builder, ofl5'"e 516 
Kearny, r. 1515 Hyde 

Bernard Frederick, waiter Ruas House 

Bernard Hannah (widow), r. 28 Kausch 

Bernard Harris, hair dressing saloon, 8E cor Sacra- 
mento and Kearny, r. 442 Minna 

Bernard Ida L. Miss, assistant Greenwich Street Pri- 
mary School, r. 1515 Hyde 

Bernard Isaac, tinware and crockery, 2214 Sixteenth 

Bernard J. (Bernard & Pouzadoux), r. 317 Mason 

Bernard John, capitalist, r. 17 Oak Grove Av 

Bernard John, fisherman, r. N s Union, nr Sansom 

Bern-ird John, seaman, r. 5 Drumm 

Bernard John F., cl^rk A. B. Elfelt & Co., r. 631 
OFarrell 

Bernard John L., millhand Deming, Palmer & Co., 
r. 22 Washington Av 

Bernard Joseph F.. laborer, r. 1403 Mason 

Bernard Josephine Miss, machinehand Porter. Op- 
penheimer A: Slessinjier, r. 28 Bausch 

Bernard M. Miss, r. 1108 Taylor 

Bernard Mary (widow), r. 144 Fifth 

Bernard Michael D.. leather inspector Main & Win- 
chester, r. 1305 M )ntgomery 

Bernard Michael D. Jr.. tanner, r. 130G Montgomery 

Bernard Victoria (widow), r. IIOS Taylor 

Bernard Walter, clerk, r. 8 Dupont 

Bernard William, r. 34 Ellis 

Bernard William J., clerk Vermeil & Wellington, r. 13 
Oak Grove Av 

Bernard W. Robert, with George W. Gibbs k Co., r. 
Oakland 

Bernard & Pouzadoux (J. Bernard and Louis Pouza- 
doux) . furniture and carpets, 312 Sutter 

Bernard! Francois, pantryman G. Wittman & Co., r. 
24 Vallejo 

Bernardo Joseph F., lumberman J. Wigmore, r. 1403 
Mason 

Berndt Benjamin, seaman, r. SWcor Spear and Miss 

B«rne Patrick, groceries and liquors, 123 Shipley. 

Bernert Frederick, porter A. R. Biggs & Co. 

Bernesqui Bernard, tanner Dominique Legalist, r. cor 
Sixth Av and Q. South S. F. 

Bernhamer Harry, restaurant, .504 Market, and 5 Sut- 
ter, r. y49 Mission 

Bernhard Antaine, cook The Baldwin, r. 2G9 Jessie 

Beruhard .Augustus, clerk Simon Bauin, r. 2214 Six- 
teenth 

Bernhard Bernhard fStahle & Bernhard) , r. 215 Pros- 
pect PI 

Beruhard George Jr., bartender John H. Dougherty, 
r. 604 Pine 

Bernhard George J., r. 1129 Turk 

Bei-uhard Gustav, merchant, r. 1915 Geary 

Bernhard Henry, watchman National Flour Mills, r. 
250 Tehama, rear 

Bernhard Jacob, machinist Gilbert & Moore, r. 615 
Natoma 

Bernhard Joseph (Block & Bernhard). r. 318 Turk 

Bernhard Peter D., barber Stable & Bernhard, r. 216 
Prospect PI 

Bernhard Rigolet, r. 6 Clara Lane 

Bernhardt C, bartender The Fountain, r. .509 Bash 

Bembardy Gustavus, Merchants' Club. 112 Kearny, r. 
1915 Geary 

Bernheim Eddy, confectioner Rothschild & Ehrenp- 
fort, r. Ahlboru House 

Bemieri John (Uafletto & Bernirri), r. 1304 Stockton 

Bernis Antonio, laborer, r. 525 Green 

Bernius Heurittta (widow), bakery, 1325 Sansom 

Bemou John, cook, r. « Howard Court 

Bernstein Abraham, clerk George Bernstein, r. 713 
Ellis 

Bernstein Abraham, peddler, r. 62 Shipley 

Bernstein Alexander, clerk Q. Bernstein, r. 712 Ellis 

Bernstein Augusta, r. 807 Mission 

Bernstein Beruhard. cigarmaker John Bollman & Co., 
r. 1622 West Mission 

Bernstein Charles, conductor Central R.B.,r. 10 Eddy 

Bernstein David, tailor, 729 Folsom 

Bernstein Edward, clerk Elias Bernstein, r. 1765 How 

BeruBteln Elias. furniture, 151 Third, r. 1765 Howard 

Bernstein George, restaurant Bay City Market, 1140 
Market, r. 712 Ellis 



Bernstein Henry, commission merchant, r. 915 How 
Bernstein Herman, tailor, r. 315 Clementina 
Bernstein Hyman, junkdealer, 219 Ninth 
Bernstein Isaac, clerk George Bernstein, r. 712 Ellis 
Bernsteiu John, laborer, r. 705 Harrison 
Bernstein Joseph, r. 738 Tehama 
Bernstein Louis, clerk Bruno Roman, r. 738 Tehama 
Bernstein Louis, salesman Solomon Bernstein, r. 807 

Missiou 
Bernstein Max, plumber and gasfitter, r. 712 EUie 
Bernstein Morris, r. 709 Clementina 
Bernstein Peter, expressman, r. 8. Harry PI 
Bernstein Philip, butcher George Werner, r. 8W cor 

Clar and Polk 
BERNSTELN SAMUEL, manufr showcases. 250 

L'.arket, r. 16 Hickory Av 
Bernstein Solomon, fancy goods, 38 Fourth, r. 807 

Mission 
Bernstein Solomon, junkdealer Hyman Bernstein, r. 

219 Ninth 
Bernstercher Charles, barkeeper G. Schmitt, r. 108 

Turk 
Berntson Emanuel, laborer, r. SE cor Nevada and 

Vermont 
Bernzott Frank, liquor saloon, SE cor Main and Mar- 
ket, r. 522 Grove 
Bernzott Michael, hostler Philadelphia Brewery 
Bero Max. clerk L. Aiierbach & Co., r. 1003 Lombard 
Berolzhiae J., bookeei?er Porter, Oppenheimer k Sles- 

einger. r. The Baldwin 
Beronio Antonio, laborer Bay Sugar Refinery, r. So- 

nora, nr Union 
Beronio Guitano. pioptr Hotel di Roma, 818 Sansom 
Beronio Pietro, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Berot B., gardener French Hospital, S e Bryant bet 

Fifth and Sixth 
Berrau William R., commercial traveler, r. 322 Fifth 
Berrel Jacob, laborer, r. 1806 Stockton 
Berri Vincent (Domeneghini & Co.), r. 318 Broadway 
Berrill Thomas J., carpenter, r. 114 Fourth 
Berring John, porter Snow & May 
Berry Augustus, bookkeeper S.<nder'6 Hotel 
Berry B., deckhand Oakland Ferry, r. Oakland 
Berry B., longshoreman G. H. Wuitney Pier 10, Sten 
Berry Charles, seaman, r. 823 Battery 
Berry Charles O., carpenter Union Box Factory, r. 11 

Howard 
Berry Dora Mrs., furnished rooms, 17 Ellis 
Berry Edward, drayman Sherman, Hyde i: Co., r. 710 

Vallejo 
Berry Edwin W., foreman Spirit of the Times, r. Oak- 
land 
Berry Enoch, carpenter, r. 1609 Mission 
Berry Freedom S.. paper-coUarmaker, r. .530 Third 
Berry George F., cabinetmaker Herman Grane, r. 154 

Bluxome 
Berry George H., painter, r. 30 Erie 
Berry Gideon M., bookkeeper Sheriff's Office, r. 1748 

Tyler 
Borry Gordon G., captain Pacific Mail S. S. CHty of 

Peking, r. 515 Webster 
Berry Henry, waiter stm George W. Elder, Oregon 3. 

S. Co.,Fol.som St.Wliarf 
Berry Henry H.. master mariner, r. 409 Folsom 
Berry James, chaiumaker Pac. Rolling Mill 
Berry James, clerk, r. 8t>3'<j Market 
Berry James, laborer, r. 3ti3 Clementina 
Berry James, shipcarpeutor, r. 164 Silver 
Berry James, Jr., machinist, r. 164 Silver 
Berry James L. (Berry k cary), r. I."i7 Montgomery 
Berry J. J., Austrian Benev. Soc, 71 New Montttomery 
Berry John (Grisw<)ld & Berry) , r. Golden Gate Hotel 
Berry John, r. 5u2 Broadw:iy 
Berry Johu, baker Robert Stein, r. 1137 Folsom 
Berry John, bra.ssmoulder, r. 363 Clementina 
Berry John, coachman \V. F. Babcock. r. 325 Folsom 
Berry Judith B. Mrs., furnished rooms, 109 Mont 
Berry Lizzie, tailoress, r. 161 Silver 
Berry L. S. (widow), r. 1419 Taylor 
Berry Mary (widow;, r. 363 Clementina 
Berry Michael, deckhand stm Capital, Oakland Perry, 

r. Oakland 
Berry Michael, fireman tug Rescue, r. 82 Clem, rear 
Berry P., r. 867 Market 
Berry Patrick, collector package freight, Oakland 

Ferry, r. Oakland 
Berry Patrick, Jaborer .Augustus Diggins, r. N « Fell, 

bet Devisadero and Scott 
Berry Patrick, night watchman Michelssen, Brown & 

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Berry Bichard, laborer, r. 2G0 Clara 

Berry Richard, miner, r. 1322 Kearny 

Berrv Richard, second assistant engineer stm New- 
bern, Folsom St.Wharf 

Berry Richard, waiter S. 8. George W. Elder, Oregon 
S. S. Co, 

Berry T., laborer PaciBc Mail S. S. Co. 

Berry Thomas, carpenter California Mills, r. 1723 
Jessie 

Berry Thomas, watchman Oregon S. S. Co., Folsom 
St.Wharf, r. Second Av, bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 

Berry Thomas H., operator W. U. Telegraph Co., r. 
11150 Tyler 

BERRY THOMAS H., with Lee D. Craig, r. 237 
Sixth 

Berry William, cook Pacific Mail S. S. Colima 

Berry William D., compositor Spirit of the Times, r. 
Oakland 

Berry William F., clerk Nevada Bank of San Fran- 
cisco, r. 14: Geary 

Berry W. O. M. (Berry & Place), r. 938 Filbert, Oak- 
land 

Berry & Gary (James L. Berry and Cornelius Gary), 
hackmeu, SW cor Bush and Montgomery 

BERRY & PLACE fW. O. M. Berry and James F. 
Place), importers, machines, and mill supplies, 
SW cor Market and Fremont, opposite Front 

Berryman Andrew, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 

Berryman C. Mrs., r. 130 Guerrero 

Berryman F. M., wood and coal, 413 Pacific, r. Berk- 
eley 

Berryman H., miner, r. Brooklyn Hotf-1 

Berryman James, capitalist, r, Brooklyn Hotel 

Berryman John J., market. 108 Twelfth 

Berson A. & Son (Gustave Berson), carpets and fur- 
niture, 710 and 7U Washington 

Berson Adolph (A. Berson & Son), r. 429 Sutter 

Berson Alexandrine Mrs., laundry, 429 Sutter 

Bers m Gustave (A. Berson & Son), r. 429 Sutter 

Bert Bernard (Henry Schroder & Co.), r. Bordeaux 

Bert Charles, salesman C. & F. Nauman, r. NW cor 
Shotwdll and Twentieth 

Bert Edward R., compositor Taylor k Nevin, r. 16 
Twentieth 

Bert Frederick W., theatrical manager, r. 662 Twen- 
tieth 

Bert. See Burt. 

Berta Antoinette, laundry Mrs. A. Berson, r. 810 
Vallejo 

Berta Domini ck, waiter Perini and Ferini, r. SW cor 
Sacramento aud Stockton 

Bertalachi Sebastian, interpreter, r. -518 Vallejo 

Bertandias Alphonse, carpenter, r. 409 Fourth 

Bertaud Eugene H., cook, r. 1230 Bush 

Bertiiud Joseph, Lafayette Guard Armory, 730 Mont 

Bertelle Jean, laundryman, r. 8 Polk lane 

Bertels Albert, cabinetmaker 8.F. Furniture Factory, 
r. 318 Folsom 

Bertelsen A., clerk, r. 802 Stockton 

Bertelsen Otto, drayman NW cor Front and Com- 
mercial, r. 319 Ninth 

Bertelson Christian, shoemaker SE cor Fourth and 
and Townsend, r. NW cor Fourth and Berry 

Berth John, carpenter Pioneer White Lead Works, 
r. 247 Clara 

Bertha Achille, laborer Loo & Lahaille, r. 827 Vallejo 

Bertheau C. Jr. (Henry Balzer & Co.) , r. 730 McAllis- 
ter 

Berthier A., physician, r. 715 Howard 

Berthier Albert C, clerk, r. 142 Seventh 

Berthold Charles L., butcher, r. 14 Calhoun 

Berthold Katrina Mrs., market, 206 Broadway, r. 14 
Calhoun 

Berthold Louis, butcher, r. 14 Calhoun 

Bertholdt Emilie Miss, sewing machine operator, r. 
1809 Powell 

Bertholdt Max, r. 1809 Powell 

Berti Giacondo, fruit merchant, r. 13185^ Pacific 

Berti Michael, cook Charles Derico, r. 416 Pacific 

Bertin A. Mme., dress and cloakmaker, 9 Leavenworth 

Bertin Alexandre, dyeing and scouring, 430 Bush, 
1205 Stock, 143 Post, and 521 Filbert, r. 430 Bush 

Bertin E. Mme., dressmaking, r. 9 Leavenworth 

Bertin Leon, packer Etienue & Von Voss, r. 1018 
Washington 

Bertin Maria J. (widow) , r, 732 Harrison 

Bertin Paul, jeweler Oal. Jewelry Co., r. West Oak- 
land 

Bertini Amedeo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 



Bertling C, longshoreman, r. 18 First 

Bertocchi Virgilio. vegetable peddler, r. Webster, bet 

McAllister and Tyler 
Bertody Charles, physician, office and r. 1005 Stockton 
Bertola H., r. 115 Virginia 
Bertola P., r. 310 J6 Montgomery At 
Bertolani Peter, groceries and liquors, 142 Folsom 
Bertoloci Guiseppo, proptr Hotel de Lucco, 307 

Broadway 
Berton Augustus A., clerk William Lewie &Co., r. 436 

Hayes 
BERTON F. & CO. (Edward Galliard), bankers 

and assayers (successors to Swiss- American 

Bank), office 527 Clay 
Berton Flavien, cook Bergez & Klein, r. cor Stockton 

and Sacramento 
BERTON FRANCIS (F. Bertou & Co.), and Con- 
sul Switzerland aud Portugal, office 527 Clay, r. 

Union Club 
Bertorelli Luigi, watchman, r. 1.506 Dupont 
Bertram Anna (widow) , r. 1128 Greenwich 
Bertram Charles L., liquor saloon, 611 Jackson, r. 22 

John 
Bertram Dora (widow) , domestic 140 Twelfth 
Bertram H., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 1028 

Montgomery 
Bertram Hermann, laborer S. B. Lnrdner, r. 610 Sixth 
Bertram J., salesman, r. 729 California 
Bertram Thomas, tinner, r. 219 Eleventh 
Bertrand Alfred, cook, r. 210 Montgomery At 
Bertrand Andrew, furrier, 309 Sutter 
Bertrand B. F.. cook Edward Ohlen, r. 712 Vallejo 
Bertrand David, oystermau R. II. Swain & Co., r. 528 

Bush 
Bertrand Dennis, cook Henry Hoesch, r. 521 Union 
Bertrand F., clerk, r. 608 Sixth 
Bertrand George, r. 108 Virginia 
Bertrand John, brewer, r. 409 Pacific. 
Bertrand Norri-s, laborer R. R. Swain i Co., r. 528 

Bush 
Bertrand R. (widow), seamstress, r. 13 Louisa 
Bertrand du Crozet C. H., cook R. R. Swain & Co., r. 

1230 Bush 
Bertrande Baron, blacksmith J. Dupuy & Co., r. 1220 

Powell 
Bertrandius A., furniture dealer, 409 Fourth 
Bertsch Gottlieb, brewer Chicago Brewery, r. 1420 

Pine 
Bertucci Luigi, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Bertucci Salvatore. Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423 

Broadway 
BERTZ J. & CO., Havana cigars, and Vuelta 

Abajo tobacco, SE cor Market and Fremont 
Bertz Jacob (J. Bertz k Co.), r. 2215 Fillmore 
Berwick David, plumber Sutherland k Gray, r. 145 

Silvei 
Berwick Henrietta W., domestic 1212 Clay 
Berwick Robert C, clerk John W. White, r. 1212 Clay- 
Berwick Thomas, sailmakcr, r. 11*3 Clay, rear 
Berwick William B., helper Pacific Iron Works, r. 

Wool, Bernal Height.-* 
Berwick William T., ui)hol8terer, r. 1212 Clay 
Berwin Herman B., salesman P. Berwin & Bro., r. 

1320 Tyler 
Berwin Louis D., tailor, 921 Market 
Berwin Manie P., bookkeeper P. Berwin k Bro., r. 

1320 Tyler 
BERWIN P. & BROTHER, importers hats 

aud caps. 111 Battery 
Berwin Pincus (P. Berwin k Brother) . r. 1320 Tyler 
Berz August, blacksmith, r. 1813 Stockton, rear 
Beeby Henry, barkeeper Timothy McCarthy, r. 314 

Ivy Av j 

Beschormann Adolph, upholsterer Schlueter & Vol- 

berg, r. 5 Laskie 
Beschormann August H., salesman Koch k Rogers, r. 

5 Laskie 
Beschormann Charles F., clerk California Demokrat, 

r. 312 Post 
Beschormann Otto, upholsterer, r. 5 Laskie 
Besecke William (Wagener & Besecke), r. 1906 Larkin 
Besendorf M., sawyer Pacific Furniture Co., r. 223 

Ritth 
Besenthal jVdolph, cook Michael Deutsch, r. 761 Miss 
Besenthal Ernst, cook. r. 409 Pacific 
Besenthal Herman, porter Anne Finke, r. 409 Pacific 
Beslev H. C, Master Mariners' Benev. Assn., Druida' 

Hall 
Besroux Desire, laborer, r. 8t. Charles Hotel 
Besse Charles, r. 153'^ Third 



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Besse J. O., salesman Verdier, Moreau & Co., r. W 8 

Broderick, bet California and Sacramento 
Bessemer Henry L., chemist and perfumer, r. 1587 

Turk 
BeBsi Giovanni, {jardener Louis Pitto, r. E s San Jose 

Road, nr Industrial School 
Bessigalupi Joseph, huckster, r. Ee Church, bet Mar- 
ket and Fifteenth 
Bessini Bernardo, r. 5l!2 Chestnut 
Besson Frederick L., 8a.<?h and doormaker, r. ll'i'i Miss 
Bessou Gr. G,, r. 6 Clara Lane 
Besson Jean A., papercarrier, r. 52S Vallejo 
Bessoa Julia Mrs., dressmaker, r. 112'J Mission • 
Best Albert W., carriageijainter, G7 and Ui) Stevenson, 

r. 44 Everett 
Best and Belcher Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.), Wil- 
liam Willis secretary, office 29 Nevada Block 
Best Antone X., seaman, r. Golden Gate House 
Best George W.. conduct'jr Sutter St. R. K., r. 2700 

Pierce 
Best James, Jour. Shipwrights' Assn., 71 New Mont- 
gomery 
Best John, hostler Market St. R. R., r. 1603 Eddy 
Beat John T., clerk Light-House Engineer, 120 Sutter, 

r. ai'J Fremont 
Best William, r. .510 Leavenworlh 
Bester John H. (Bester & Nommensen) . r. 4 Vallejo 

PI 
Bester & Nommensen (John H. Bester and Charles E. 

Nommensen). liquor saloon, .54S Jackson 
Besthorn Christopher, machinist, r. IH First 
Besthorn (iL'orge, painter, r. .WO O'Farrell 
Besthorn Hermann, boot and shoemaker, 206 Post, r. 

9 William 
Besthorn Hermann, liquor saloon, 7 Stevenson 
Bestitr Fritz, shoemaker A. Koenig, r. 225 Morton 
Beston John, stagecarpenter Adelphi Theatre, r. 021 

California 
Bestor H.-urv T. (Bestor & Newcum), r. 1921 Sutter 
Besti r & Newcum (H. T. Bestor and J. W. Newcum), 

architects, office 402 Montgomery, room 27 
Betancue Joseph P., photographer, 402 Kearny, r. 

Oakland 
Betche August, cooper David Woerner, r. cor Eureka 

and Sevcuteenth 
Betche Charles, machinist John G. lis, r. 6 Bernard 
Betger Charles E., jeweler Cal. Jewelry Co., r. 736 

Green 
Betger Edward, bootmaker, 543 }>i Merch, r. 736 Green 
Betger Gustave, clerk J. J. Pfister & Co., r. 736 Green 
Beth Adolph, waiter Michael Deutsch 
Bethel Thomas W., sergeant police City Hall, r. 005 

Fell 
Bethja Theodore, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Bethye Theodore, clerk John Niemann, r. 413 Jones 
Betkowski Martin, luarblecutter William Black, r. 

020 Stevenson 
Betron Ferdiu;.ud, cabinetmaker, r. 8 August Alley 
Betsi-hart Frank, laborer Huber & Gercke, r. 317 Bush 
Betsire John, cook Nevada Ueslaurant, r. 1116 Bryant 
Betska Bertha, domestic 511 Eddy 
Bettelheim Aaron S. Rev. Dr., rabbi Mason Street 

Synagogue, r. 1311 Larkiu 
Bettelheim Paul, bookkeeper J. J. Lcszynsky, r. 1311 

Larkin 
Belteucourt Cesar A., hairdresser Adam Grimm, Lick 

House 
BetUncourt Frank, pantryman Pacilic Mail S. S. 

Granada, r. Pollard Place 
Bettencourt J. de Sousa, physician, office and r. 309 

Dupout 
Bettencourt Joseph C. S., barber Ferdinand Sand. r. 

941 Howard 
Betterniann Emer, bookkeeper, r. 1115 Shotwell 
Bettes O. J., blacksmith and wagonmaker, 1434 Jack- 
eon, r. ISOH Larkiu 
Betting er W. H., student Hcald's Business College 
Bettlni Antonio, pastry cook The Baldwin, r. C27 

Broadway 
Bettmau Gustav M., bookkeeper Blochman & Cerf, r. 

508 Eddy 
Bettmau Leonard, clerk Weil Bros. & Co., r. 508 Kddy 
BETTMAX MOSES, soap mauuf, 311 Commercial, 

r. 50H Kildy 
Bettmau Kigmund, with Moses Bcttman, r. 508 Eddy 
Bettram Charles, saloonkei-per, r. 22 John 
BettH James .VI., iusurauce surveyor Sanborn Map 

and Publishing Co., r. Palace Hotel 
Betts Peter M., vice-president Betts Spring Co., o£^Ce 

218 Fremont, r. Oakland 



BETTS SPRING CO., WilWam M. Betts presi- 
I dent, Peter M. Betts vice-president. Edwin Fret- • 

' well secretary, office 218-220 Fremont 

Betts William, springlitter Betts Spring Co., r. Oat- 
I land 

BETTS •WIL.LJAM M., president Betts Spring 
1 Co., office 218 Fremont, r. Oakland 

Betz John W., cigars and tobacco, 136 Second 
Betz Joseph, foreman L. Siebcnhauer & Co., r. 171 
I Sixteenth 

I Betz Morris, printer, r. 207 Powell 
I Betzel Charlotte Miss, r. 1512 Octavia 
I Betzel Isador. bookkeeper Held Brothers & Co., r. 
I 1512 Octavia 

I Betzel Louis, r. 1512 Octavia 

1 Betzold Jacob, butcher Charles F. Wagner, r. cor 
I Thirteenth Av and N, South S. F. 

i Betzold Matthias (Betzold ,(: Niemann), r. 41:-! O'Far 
: Betzold k. Niemann (Matthias Betzold, and Henry 
I Niemann) , bakers, 26 Dupout, and 1320 Polk 

. Beuke Herman, r. 324 Ritch 

I Beuutielich .iutoine, capitalist, r. Silver Av, nr Uui- 
I versity Mound College 

Beutel George, carpenter, r. 411 Pacific 
' Beutler Emily (widow), r. 1111 Jones 
I Beiitler Frank B., foreman Georee W. Clark, r. 129 
I Turk 

I Bevan A. B., physician, office and r. 603 Hyde 
1 Bevans Isaac L., printer, r. 921 McAllister 
I Bevans James, waiter, r. 2019 Hyde 
Bevans. See Bevius 
Bevell Henry, machinist Pacific Mail S. S. Co., r. 8 

Park Av 
Bevell M.Trgaret (widow), r. 8 Park Av 
Beven William, morroccodresser Funke & Co., r. 

Marsh Hou.se, Sixth Av, South S. F. 
Beveridge George F., clerk King & Rodgers, r. 2205 

Devisadero 
Beveridge Horatio, clerk Falkner, Bell & Co., r. 2006 

Jackson 
Beverley Ruth M. (widow) . nurse, r. 334 Fremont 
Beverly John, clerk, r. 1815 Jones 
Beversen Brothers (Martin & Carsten), groceries and 

liquors, 570 Mission 
Beversen Carsten (Beversen Brothers), r. 568 Miss 
Beversen Martin (Beversen Brothers), r. 508 Mission 
Beverson Henry, driver City R. R., r. 44 Louisa 
Bevilockway Louis M., machinist Fulton Foundry, r. 

49 Stanly PI 
Bewley Clilt)n L.. salesman Roos Bros., r. 927 Geary 
Bewley William J., clerk, r. 618 California 
Beyer .\.dolph (Beyer >V Fortman), r. 23S Sixteenth 
Beyer Edward P., coUarmaker Main 4 Winchester, r. 

18 First 
BEYEU GEORGE, liquor saloon, 2221 Powell, 

cor Bay 
Beyer Louis H., barber, 1330 Dupont, r. 025 Vallejo 
Beyer William, barkeeper A. H. Vaughan, r. Oakland 
Beyer & Fortman (.\dolph Beyer, and Frederick Fort- 
man), liquor saloim, 238 Sixteenth 
Bejerle Ernst, coppersmith John G. lis. r. 830 Pac 
Beyers John B., wharfinger Pacific St. Wharf . r. 414 

Green 
Beyers Lewis, r. 565 Howard 
I Beyers Mary (widow), r. 625 Vallejo 
i Beyers Robert J., bookkeeper, r. 414 Green 
I BeyersJorf John, engineer, r. 40M Geary 

Beyersdorf Louis, bartender Jolin Cappadacy 
I Beyersdorf M., laborer, r. 529 Sacramento 
Beynon David, laborer, r. S s Sierra, nr Michigan 
Bez Charles, brasslinisher S. F. Brass Works, r. 1129 

Folsom 
Beze Bernard, laborer Francis Larroche, r. NE cor 

Sixth Av and M, South S. F. 
Bezzini Abondio, Swiss Benev. Soc, 53^ Eeamy 
Bezziui Julio, Swiss Benev. Soc, h\ Kearny 
BforUander Alfred, waiter Michael B. Moraghan, r. 

711 California 
BI.\GI D. * CO. (Bartolomeo N. Trobeck), pro- 
duce commission, NW cor Washington and San 
Biagi Domenico (D. Biagi & Co.), r. 610 Sacramento 
Bia-i Paul, baker, r. 13.37 Dnpont 
Biagini Casimir, blacksmith O. Massone, r. 8 Bartol 
Bia»{ini Filippo, fisherman. NEcor Vallejo and Front 
Biagini Florin, wood and coal. SE cor Bdwy and Kear 
Biagini Jacob, blacksmith G. Massone, r. 4 Bartol 
Biagini Rosi, laborer, r. Bartol 
Bianca Nicholas, fisherman, r. 894 Front 
Biancalana Leonirdo (Marsili & Co.), r. 11 Bdwy 
Biauchi Angelo, tailor, r. 5 Gaven 



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Bianchi Antonietta, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Bianchi Battista, Swiss Benev. Soc, 5,^ Kearny 
BiuncUi Charles, marble works, 1250 Market, r. 24 

Wetmore PI 
Bianchi Eugenio, teacher vocal music, r. 7G5 Market 
Bianchi Guiseppe, wood carver, 952 Mission 
Biauchini B., waiter A Loprcsti, r. 224 Jessie 
Binnconi Inocente, Swiss Benev. Soc, 5J^ Kearny 
Biandri Joseph, tisherman, r. 894 Front 
Biaratu Peter, fiisherman, NE cor Vallejo and Front 
Biarnez Amaris, laundry, 918 Larkin 
Biaruez Aristide, laundryman Amaris Biarnez, r. 910 

Larkin 
Biart Henry G-.. jeweler, 521 Valencia, r. 1849 Stev 
Biarntu Nicholas, fisherman, NE cor Vallejo and Front 
Bibb A. B., extramau Hook and Ladder No. 4, S. F. 

F, D., r. N 8 Pacific, bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Bibb Daniel H., clerk, r. 237 Seventh 
Bibb George H., clerk Lockhart & Porter, r. 957 Mar- 
ket 
Bibbero Davjd, salesman J.ulius H. Hirschfleld, 510 

Kearny 
Bibbins George W., mining operator, r. 204 McAllister 
Bibbins Tracy L. (Bibbins & Co.) , r. 1507 Leavenworth 
Bibbins & Co. {Tracy L. Bibbins), real-estate agents, 

314 Bush 
Bibby Alfred, importer kid gloves, 3 Kearny, r. San 

Kafael, Marin County 
r.ibeau Isai, blacksmith, SE cor Mission and Eugenia 
Biber Adam, cigarmaker John Bollmau & Co., r. W s 

Montgomery Av, bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Biber Bertha Mrs., dressmaking, 1003 Powell 
Biber E. Mrs., r. 22 Geary 
Biber George, r. 1003 Powell 
Biber John, miner, r. 4U9 Pacific 
Bibergall I., peddler, r. 1102 Pacific 
Bibilich Joseph, waiter Antonio Birch, r. 722 Har 
BIBL.K TRUTH DEPOT, Charles Montgomery 

proptr. 223 Second 
Jiibo Samuel {Schoenholz Bros. & Co.),r. 1903 Fill- 
more 
Bich August, blacksmith, r. 420 O'Farrell 
BICHARD NICHOLAS, coal, 16 and 18 Howard, 

r. 365 First 
Bick Robert, upholsterer, 606 Post, r. 521 Geary 
Bickel Madeline (widow) , r. 26 Haight 
Bickelman Frederick B., Jour. Shipwrights' Assn., 71 

New Montgomery 
Bickiord Clarence E., clerk Rudolph Hochkofler, r. 

524 Jones 
Bickford Leonard H., pres. Ventura Rock Soap Co., 

r. Silver Av, nr San Bruno Road 
Bickford Thomas M., engineer Pioneer Carpet Beat- 
ing Machines, r. 4335^ Clementina 
Bickle Stella Miss, teacher vocal music, r. 215 Post 
Bicknell Bertha A. Miss, assistant South Cosmopoli- 
tan Grammar School, r. 138 McAllister 
Bicknell Elizabeth (widow), r. 434 Minna 
Bicknell Freeman, shoemaker Porter, Oppenheimer 

& Slessinger, r. 919 Howard 
Bicknell Isaac, furnished rooms, 138 McAllister 
Bicknell James N., steward Joseph Barron, r. 604 

Stockton 
Bickwell N., seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Bidden Moody, speculator, r. 727 Vallejo 
Biddick Ann (widow) , r. 21 Rausch, rear 
Biddick James, carpenter, r. 21 Rausch, rear 
Biddolph James, collector, r. 619 Mission 
Bidinger William, barber Charles H. Coleman, r. 

Chicago Hotel 
Bidlack William W., physician, office and r. 517 Pine 
Bidleman Enoch G., bookkeeper E. Martin & Co.. r. 

East Oakland 
Bidleman William A., salesman E. Martin & Co., r, 

310 Ninth 
Bidwell John E., salesman E. Mansbach, r. 15 Rin- 

con PI 
Bidwell Richard, policeman City Hall, r. 1517 Polk 
Bieber Julius, importer Japanese goods, 824 Market, 

r. 335 Turk 
Biedenbach August, liquor saloon, NE cor Third and 

Mission, r. 140 Silver 
Biederman Louis, with William Gerstenberg,r. 530 

Natoma 
Biedinger Charle.s G., machinist I. H. Small, r. 307 

Fourth 
Biehl Herman, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Biehl John A., barkeeper Charles Fox, r. 1122 Sac 
Bielawski Casimir, draughtsman U. 8. Surveyor Gen. 

eral's Office, r. 1615 Clay 



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Bieleck Adam B., tailor, r. 339 Sixth 

Bieleck H. Mrs., midwife, r. 339 Sixth 

Bielenberg Hermann, butcher Breiling & Dahl, r. 5G2 

Howard 
Bielenberg Peter, groceries and liquors, 31 Tehama 
Bielenberg Peter H.. master mariner, r. 1137 Harrison 
Bieler Adolph, tailor, r. 8 Virginia PI 
Bielski Max (Jacoby & Bielski) , r. 273 Clara 
Bien Abraham J., locksmith Joseph Bien, r. 1216 

Pierce 
Bien Joseph, locksmith and machinist, 412 Commer- 
cial, r. 1216 Pierce 
Bien Morris, draughtsman U. S. Surveyor General's 

Office, r. 1216 Pierce 
Bienenfeld Bernard, clerk E. Bienenfeld, 

Larkin 
Bienenfeld Ellas, dry-goods, 1015 Larkin 
Bienenfeld Herman, clerk E. Bienenfeld, 

Larkin 
Bienenfeld Mary Miss, r. 1540 Ellis 
Biento Antonio, machinist, r. 420 Drumm 
Bientz Charles, waiter, r.221 Minna 
Bierbrauer Charles, tinsmith, r. 1 Montgomery Court 
Bierbrauer John, cabinetmaker, r. 662 Bryant 
Bicrce A. G., journalist The Argonaut, r. San Rafael 
Bierce Albert S., sweep cellar operative melter and 
refiner's department U. S. Mint, r. 1162 West, 
Oakland 
Bierig Charles (L. & M. Kahn & Co.), r. 112 Kearny 
Bierman Louis, cook S. F. Grading and Macadamiz- 
ing Co., Long Bridge 
Biermann Julius, bakery, r. 1216 Pacific 
Biermas Charles, tanner A. B. Patrick & Co., r. SW 

cor Eighteenth and Folsom 
Biers Albert, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Biers Charles H., cabinetmaker Pac Furniture 

Manuf . Co., r. 10 Boardman PI 
Bierschwale Charles, carpenter, r. Thirtieth Av, nr 

San Bruno Road, South S. F. 
Biesta Frederico, clerk Italian Consul, 625 Front, r. 

331 Montgomery 
Biesterfield Oscar, r. 22 Turk 
Bietz Maria Mrs., dressmaker, r. 912 Clay 
Bigaroni GiiiseiDpi, salesman Bavarian Brewery, r. 

406 Montgomery Av 
Bigaze Louis A., sewing machines, 14043^ Powell 
Bigelow Charles L., superintendent Western Iron 

Works, r. 204 Ellis 
Bigelow Clara J. Mrs., assistant Columbia Street Pri- 
mary School, r. 228 Shotwell 
Bigelow Daniel, lamplighter S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

1.54 Dora 
Bigelow Francis H., compositor Evening Bulletin, r. 

530 Bryant 
Bigelow H. B. {Holcomb Bros. & Co.) , r. New Haven, 

Connecticut 
Bigelow Henry, driver City R. R., r. 1807 Mission 
Bigelow Henry, laborer, r. (;02 Buchannan 
Bigelow Henry D., r. 1008 Green 
BIGEIiOW HENRY H., general manager Home 
Mutual Insurance Co. office 406 Cal, r. 1008 Green 
Bigelow John K., machinist Nathan W. Spaiilding, r. 

San Jose 
Bigelow Jonathan E., insurance agent, office 409 Cali- 
fornia, r. 228 Shotwell 
Bigelow Louis, driver City R. R.. r. 1807 Mission 
Bigelow Samuel C, capitalist, office 202 Sansom, room 

7, r. NW cor Steiner and McAllister 
Bigelow S. H. Mrs., assistant Clement Grammar 

School, r. 1830 Bush 
Bigelow William J., brakemau Southern Pac. R. R., 

r. 624 Fourth 
Bigt;er Alexander, steerage steward Pacific Mail S. S. 

City of New York, r. 1806 Stevenson 
Bigger John G., second steward Pacific Mail S. S. 

Alaska 
Bigger N. E. Mrs., r. 1806 Stevenson 
Bigger William H., express wagon NE cor Washing- 
ton and Front, r. 24 Lewis 
Biggert John, Jour. Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New Mont 
Biggin Thomas J., engineer, r. 103 Clark 
Biggins Bridget Miss, cook 632 Brannan 
Biggins James, stableman James McDevitt, 911 San 
Biggins John, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 
Biggins Patrick, proptr Haight House, 632 Brannan 
Biggs Abel R. (A. R. Bigg.s & Co.) , r. 2922 Clay 
Biggs Albert, hostler Nathaniel H. Roy, r. S s Point 

Lobos Av, bet Fourth and Fifth avs 
BI6GS A. R & CO. (Ferdinand Gambs), wines 
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Biggs David, butcher Poly, Heilbron & Co., r. cor , 
Railroad and Seventh avs. South S. F. 

Biggs Harrv C, bookeeper Larzelere & Withani, r. 
•2922 Clay 

Biggs John E., propr Flume House, E s San Bruno 
Road, bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh 

Biggs John H. L., vaquero Poly, Heilbron & Co., r. 
cor Railroad and Seventh avs. South S. F. 

Biggs Matthew, stonecutter, r. E s Point Lobes Av, 
bet Ferrie and Collins 

Biggy Cornelius, r. 523 Howard 

Biggy John J., finisher Weed & Kingwell, r. 523 
Howard 

Biggy Terrence, hostler N. B. and Mission K. R., r. 
523 Howard 

Biggy William, laundryman S. F. Laundry, Eddy, 
bet Fillmore and Steiner 

Biggy William J., brassmolder, r. 523 Howard 

Bigio Giovanni, Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423 Bdwy 

BIG1.EY BROTHERS (Daniel and George), gro- 
ceries and provisions, NE cor Clay and Davis 

Bigley Daniel (Bigley Brothers), r. 203 Eleventh 

Bigley George (Bigley Brothers), r. 203 Eleventh 

Bigley Jennie Miss, assistant Silver Street Primary 
School, r. 832 Mission 

Bigley John, helper melter and refiners' department 
U. S. Mint, r. 229 Capp 

Bigley Martin, lumberman, r. 10 Howard 

Bigley Mary (widow), r. 502 Stockton 

Bigley Thomas, shipwright, calkerand sparmaker,!! 
Spear, r. 832 Mission 

Bigne P., laborer French Hospital, S s Bryant, bet 
Fifth and Sixth 

Bigne Vincent (G. Wittman & Co.), r. 1006M Wash 

Bignell Henry, teamster Alexander Waugh & Co., r. 
112 Main 

Bignotti Jacomo, gardener, r. 9 Lafayette PI 

Bignotti Luisa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 

Bigsby M. (widow), branch bakery, 1111 Howard 

Bigwood Joseph B., blacksmith, r. 31494 Bitch 

Bihan Napoleon, porter A. Levy & Co., r. 116 Freelon 

Bilaleau Louis, r. Golden Gate Hotel 

Biliiy .\nthony F., manager Lachman & Jacobi, SE 
cor Second and Mission, r. 4 Ridley 

Bilay Hugo A., silversmith Schulz & Fisher, r. 4 Rid- 
ley 

Bilflnger Gustave, distributing agent, r. 1332 Dupont 

Bill Conrad, restaurant, 29 Drumm 

Bill C -nrad. upholsterer F. S. Chadbourne & Co., r. 7 
Card Alley 

Bill George (Tvson & Bill), r. 427 Union 

Bill Philip, r. 29 Ritch 

Bill William A., clerk Dwight S. Weaver, r. 762 How 

Billaney John, conductor Omnibus R. R., r. 42 Clara 

Bille Jean, waiter Francois Laeoste, r. 811 Stockton 

Billeck Paul, salesman L. Lebenbaum & Co., r. 339 
Sixth 

Billell William, laborer, r. S a Elizabeth, bet Sanchez 
and Noe 

Billey Abraham, painter John Cooney, r. 771 Mission 

Billinger Cliarles, machinist, r. 307 Fourth 

Billii)g.-i A. Dwight, actor, r. 1527 Post 

Billings David R. (D.R.Billings & Co.), r. 7 Tele- 
graph PI 

Billings D. R. & Co. (G. E. Cook), groceries and 
liquors, 1311 Stockton 

Billings Edward P., clerk John P. H. Wentworth, r. 
534 California 

Billings George E. (Billings, Harbourne & Co.) , r. 1612 
Clav 

Billings H. A. (widow), r. 819 Howard 

BIL.JL.IXGS, H.VRBOVRXE «.t CO. (George E. 
Billings, John W. Harbourne, Charles B. Tiurrill 
and .\. M. Robertson), books and stationery, 3-5 
Montgomery 

Billings John, cariieuter, r. 613 Mission 
I Billings Joseph, sianian ttni Newport, r. 531 East 
1 Billings Kate (widow), furnished rooms, 55 Minna 

Billingsley William J., coachman George W. Beaver 

Billninn Nicholas, stableman C. F. Dryer, r. 207 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Billow W., tailors Pro. Uniop, SWcor Eear and Morton 
Biloll Jean, baker, r. 021 Pacific 
Bilse Adolph, with Phienix and Home Ins. Co., r. 9 

August Alley 
Bilse Jacob, salesman James Alexander, r. 10 Bryant 
Biltou Frederick, baskctmaker, r. 126 Hayes 
Binder Carl A., bartender John Hoss, r. 244 Sutter . 
Binder Charles W., clerk H. P. Wakelee & Co., r. 34 
Ellis 



Binder George J., bookkeeper Ballard & Hall, r. 1935 

Geary 
Binder L. Frank, U. S. Navy, r. 1935 Geary 
Bine Leon (Bine& Georges), r. 100 Stockton 
BIiVE SOLiOMO]V, importer, and retail trimmings 

and fancy goods, 130 Kearny, r. 1006 Geary 
Bine & Georges (Leon Bine and Hippolyte Georges), 

merchant tailors, 119 Sutter 
Bineaud Leon, wigmaker and ladies' hairdresser, 023 

Broadway 
Binet John H., carpenter W. E. Edwards, r. 213 Miss 
Bing George, barber Hammam Baths, 13 Dupont 
Bingham Alexander, wireworker Cal. Wire Works, r. 

435 Pine 
Bingham Charles C, r. 531 Capp 
Bingham Dora (widow), r. 415 Mason 
Bingham Edward T., rubber stampmaker C. A. Klink- 

ner, 320 Sansom 
Bingham Henry (Menzies & Bingham), r. 1808 Dupont 
Bingham Lindsley G., bookkeeper L. P. Fisher, r. 505 

Hyde 
Bingham Maria McL. (widow), r. 505 Hyde 
Bingham W. Frank, clerk Evening Post, r. 2929 Sac 
Bingle William, carpenter, r. 1033 Eddy 
Bingley R. C. (Smart .*c Co.), r. Oakland 
Bini Joseiih, macaroni b«ker L. Valente, r. 210 Bdwy 
Bini Luigi, r. ll.')l Howard 
Bink Anthonv, carriagemaker M. KitzmuUer, r. 217 3t5 

Clara 
Binke Mary (widow) , r. 129 Clara 
Binning Henry, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 105 

Eighth 
Binswanger Jjouis, r. 805?^ Geary 
Biociua Nicholas, porter Sabatie, Suich & Co., r. 1309 

Ellis 
Birabent Marcus A.,r. 724 Filbert 
Birard Edward, furnished rooms, 1403 Stockton and 

702 Vallejo 
Birbie Henry, butcher, r. 3 Tenth Av, nr Railroad 

Av, South S. F 
Birce Frank A., Lumbermen's Pro. Union, 71 New, 

Montgomery 
Birch Antonio, restaurant. 212 Brannan 
BIRCH, ARGALli & CO. (William H. Birch and 

John Argall), i^roptrs California Machine Works, 

119 Bcale 
Birch H. V., waiter S. S. George W. Elder, Oregon S. 

S. Co., Folsom St.Wharf 
Birch Joseph, butcher Emil Kirch, r. W s Castro, bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Birch Minnie, domestic, r. 'OO'.i Polk 
Birch Patrick, laborer, r. 720 Brannan, rear 
Birch Thomas J., bookkeeper and manager Daily Ex- 
aminer, r. 511 Greenwich 
Birch William, r. 947 >s Folsom 
Birch William A., bookkeeper H. H. Noble & Co., r. 

913 Sacramento 
Birch William H. (Birch. Argall & Co.), r. 1906 

Laguna 
Birch W. W., with Birch, Argall & Co., r. 1906 Laguna 
Birch, see Burch 

Birchell Edmund, fruits and vegetables, r. 1603 Eddy 
Birchoft Antone, with George A. F. Jansen, r. NE cor 

First and Brannan 
Bird Catherine (widow), r. 044 3iS Jessie 
Bird C. W., clerk Central Pac. B. R. r. 333 Eddy 
Bird Albert B., collector Jackson St.Wharf, r. 710 

Vallejo 
Bird Edward, engineer, r. 1414 Kearny, rear 
Bird Edwin (Baker & Bird), r 03(5 Commercial 
Bird Eliza Mrs., dressmaker, r. 410 Folsom 
Bird Ellen, domestic 225 Leavenworth 
Bird Franklin, Assn. Shipwrights' Jour. ofBce 71 New 

Montgomery 
Bird Henry, with Pac. Saw Manuf. Co., r. 708 Lombard 
Bird Henry C, machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. W B 

Iowa ur Nevada 
Bird James, boxmaker F. Korbel & Bros., r. 129 Ship 
Bird James, patternmaker Union Iron Works, r. 139 

Natoma 
Bird Johannes W., upholsterer, r. 1 Eureka PI 
Bird John F., machinist George L. Pierce, r. 439 Clem- 
entina 
Bird J. W. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1 Eureka PI 
Bird Mary (widow), r. 139 Natoma 
Bird Michael, weigher Washington St. Wharf, r. Oak- 

land 
BIRD XELSOX J., physician and surgeon, office 

and r. lOiU Mission 
I Bird Patrick, bookkeeper C. Curtin, r. 044 J^ Jessie 



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Bird Patrick F., assistant bookkeeper C. Curtin, r. 

644}^ Jessie 
Bird Peter, seaman stm George W. Elder, Oregon S. 

S. Co., Folsom St. Wharf 
Bird Kichard, laborer freight department Central Pac. 

R. K., r. 125 Clinton, rear 
Bird Robert, jeweler and diamondsetter, r. 1313 

Pacific 
Bird Samuel J., shoemaker, 658 Mission, r. 161 Clara 
Bird Thomas, liquor saloon, 320 Third 
Bird Thomas J., painter Edward M. Gallagher, r. 928 

Clay 
Bird W. Mrs., r. 11 Kearny 
Bird Walter F., r. 1120 Market 
Bird William, tailor, r. 'J28 Clay. 
Bird Wilson Mrs., r. 115 Kearny 
Birdsall David H., r. 8,"^ Harriet 
Birdsall Elizabeth (widow), r. 765 Harrison 
Birdsall George, policeman City Hall, r. 320 Ritch 
Birdsall Gertrude Mrs., r. 620 Pine 
Birdsall L. A., physician, r. Palace Hotel 
Birdsall Rebecca Miss, assistant Bush Street Cosmo- 
politan Primary School, r. 8 'i Harriet 
Birdsall William hostler, r. 8 Oregon 
Birdsall Zcphariah.wagonmaster Wells, Fargo & Co., r 

»■>! Green 
Birge Frederick E., r. 313 O'Farrell 
Birge H. M., messman stm George W. Elder, Oregon 

S. S. Co. 
Birge -James J., dentist, office and r. 313 Kearny 
Birge .J. M., clerk, r. 229 O'Farrell 
Birkeland Monson J. (Stewart & Birkeland), r. NW 

cor Folsom and Twenty-fourth 
Birkholm H. H., master mariner, office 303 East 
Birkholz -John F, tailor, r. N s Dunn Alley, bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Birklund Charles, laborer Andrew Onderdonk, r. 529 

Sixth 
Birmingham Edmund R., r. 1626 Eddy 
Birmingham Edward F., foreman Thomas Day, r. 

1419 Hyde 
Birmingham John, policeman City Hall, r. 1008 Pac 
Birmingham Margaret (widow), r. 24 Ash Av 
Birmingham Peter Rev., assistant pastor St. Patrick's 

Church, r. 744 Mission 
Birmingham Thomas, saddler Main & Winchester, r. 

1626 Eddy 
Birmingham. See Bermingham 
Birnbaum H. B., clerk, r. 2915 Sacramento 
Birnbaum Isaac, delivery clerk Ackerman Brothers, r. 

706 Ellis 
Birnie Robert, clerk Hale Rix, r. 3255^ Bush 
Birrill George B., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 771 

Mission 
Birth Heinrich S.. mill hand Haskell & Bode, r. S s 

Treat Av, bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Bisigne Jouquin, tlsherman, r. 898 Front 
Bisaguo Joseph (Bisagno & Reca'te) , r. 924 Pacific 
Bisagno Luigi, real-e-tateagent, r, 924 Pacific 
Bisagno Victor (Bisagno & Barry), r. 924 Pacific 
Bisagno & Barry (Victor Bisagno and William I. 

Barry) real-estate agents and collectors, office, 

328 Montgomery, room 24 
Bisaguo & Recarte (J. Bisagno and D. H. Recarte) 

stock and money brokers and cigars, 500 Kearny 
Bisbee D. W. F. ( Bisbep, Williams & Co) , r. 1616 Geary 
BISBEE, WILLIAMS <Si CO., (D. W. F. Bisbee, 

and Jotin, Lewis, John J. and Benjamin Williams) , 

mining and metallurgy, office 32 Mei'chant's Ex- 
change 
Bisch C. M., r. 27 Stevenson 

Bischel Lizzie (widow) . dressmaker, r. 245 Seventh 
BISCHOFF DIEDRICH, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor Geary and Jones 
Bischoflf Frederick, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Powell and Vallejo 
Bischoff Henry (Wilkins & Bischoflf), r. 336 McAllister 
Bischoff John, conductor N. B. and Mission R. R., r. 

1423 Powell 
Bischoff John A. (M. Detels & Co.), r. SE cor. Main 

and Harrison 
Bisconte John, powdermaker, r. 411 Pacific 
Bishop A. J., r. 321 Pacific 
Bishop A W., superintendent warehouses Custom 

House, r. Oakland 
Bishop Biddle, bookkeeper D. F. Verdenal, r. 516 

Stevenson 
Bishop C. C, artist, r. 147 Third 

Bishop Charles B., actor Baldwin's Theater, r. 930 Mar- 
ket 



Bishop Daniel L., student York & Whitworth, r. 120 

Sutter 
Bishop D. M. & Co. (Eugene Wiegand) , directory 

compilers, 518 Clay 
Bishop Dvmcan M. (D. M. Bishop & Co.) , r. 1023 Stock 
Bishoj) Edgar, grocer, r. 513 Webster 
BishoxJ Ephriam B., inventor, r. 1039 Valencia 
Bishop Francis A., civil engineer, r. 34 Hawthorne 
Bishop Frank, carpenter, r. 5 Middle 
Bishop Gabriel, stove molder, r. 556 Brannan 
Bishop George W., collector Dunsmuir, Diggle & Co., 

r. 189 Hyde 
Bishop Gurdon, stonecutter, r. 1303 Eddy 
Bishop Henry, bartender Lohman & Frerichs, r. cor 

Chenery and Roanoke 
Bishop Henry, blacksmith California St. R. R., r. 1511 

California 
Bisboxj Hilmer O., stairbuilder, r. SOIiH Valencia 
Bishop James, carpenter and stairbuilder, r. 331 

Twenty-seventh 
Bishop James H., carpenter Albert A. Snyder, r. 33 

Russ 
Bishop James W., sawyer Pacific Box Factory, r. 1330 

Howard 
Bishop John, molder, r. 305 Minna 
Bishop Louisa Mrs., medium, office and r. 229 Kearny 
Bishop Lucia Mrs., domestic 8 Virginia 
Bishoi) Mary (widow), r. 1511 California 
Bishop Oliver H., porter Spruance, Stanley & Co., r. 

East Oakland 
Bishop Patrick, driver City R. R., r. 181 Perry 
Bishop Susan (widow) , r. 421 Vallejo 
Bishop Thomas B. (Bishop & Fifield) attorney at law, 

office 306 Pine, r. 1503 Larkiu 
Bishop William, drayman M. Ehrman & Co., r. 421 

Filth 
Bishop William, stock clerk E. H. Jones & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bishop William D., librarian Mariners' Reading 

Rooms, NE cor Sacramento and Drumm 
BISHOP tt FIFIELD (Thomas B. Bishop and 

William H. Fifield) , attorneys at law, office 306 

Pine 
Bislew Hans P., tailor, r. 209 Tehama 
Bismarks G., seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Bisqiier Pierre, miner, r. 824 Montgomery 
Bissell Caroline (widow) , dressmaker, r. 631 Stev 
Bissell Eugene, compoF.itor Charles W. Gordon, r. 

Alameda 
Bissell George L., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 829 

O'Farrell 
Bissell James L., nightwatchman Industrial School 
Bissell William A., chief clerk freight department 

Central Pac. R. R., office cor Fourth and King, r. 

711 Post 
Bissert Henry W., salesman R. Shirek & Co., r. 1004 

Pacific 
Bisset Andrew, stonecutter, r. 1027 Sutter 
Bisset T. C, painter, r. 18 First 
Bissett Edward T., student, r. 130 Tyler 
Bissett H. M. Mrs., boarding, 124-130 Tyler 
Bissett James M., policeman City Hall, r. 130 Tyler 
Bissett Robert, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, 

r. 69 Minna 
Bissinger Adoljjh (Thannhauser & Co.), r. 206 Kearny 
Bistrup William, tailor, r. 322 O'Farrell, rear 
Bisurdi Carlo, butcher Gesualdo De Luca, r. 1338 Dup 
Bitau J. (Bitau & Gaye) , r. 911 Pacific 
Bitau & Gaye (J. Bitau and M. Gaye), bakery, 911 

Pacific 
Biter .John, grand secretary Grand Grove U. A. O. D., 

office 413 Sutter, and proptr Floral Gardens, E 8 

Waller, nr Fillmore 
Biter's Floral Gardens, John Biter proptr, E s Waller, 

bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Bither Amanda F. Mrs., furnished rooms, 520 Bush 
Bitter August, tinsmith, r. 2245 Mission 
Bitter Julius, glassblower S. F. and Pac. Glass Works, 

r. S s Mariposa, nr Minnesota 
Bitter Minnie Miss, clerk Myron Shew, r. 2245 Miss 
Bittermaun John C. F. , butcher Finley & Stephan, r. 

2113 }<; Mission 
Bitteroff Emil, elevator man Lick House 
Bittinger William, barber, r. 218 Pacific 
Biven Fred., printer Evening Bulletin, r. 913 Poplar, 

Oakland 
Bixby Llewellyn (B. P. Flint & Co.), r. San Juan, 

San Benito Co., Cal. 
Bixler David (Williams & Bixler), r. Palace Hotel 
Biziou Louis, wines and liquors, 1^13 Dupont 



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Bizzt-tt William, Beaman Btip Thomas A. Whitelaw, 
Second St. Wharf 

Bizziui Daniel, waiter Campi'8 Restaurant, r. 8 Tele- 
graph PI 

Bjoiuskov NielH S., Bcainan, r. 124 Gilbert 

Bjorlilaud GuBtav, upholsterer, r. Hi Fifth, cor Bry- 
ant 

Bjorkman August, drayman Taber, Barker & C!o., r. 
054 Ji Natoma 

Bjorkman Katy Miss, machine operator E. Detrick Jc 
Co., r. V.i.i Fcjlsom 

Bjorkman Mary Miss, machine operator Baumgartner 
& BcjhlK, r. 'J-a Folsom 

Bjorkmun Hichard, plumber, r. 933 Folsom 

Blab John, carrier Abend Post, r. 22 Turk i 

BliACU CHAKLiUS, city physician and police Bur- I 
(/eon, olftce .514 Kearny, r. .013 McAllister i 

Black Adam, bootmaktr, r. 711 Minna I 

Black Alexander, carpenter, r. 324 Vallejo, rear j 

Black Ann (wi<low) , r. 709 Stockton 

Black Anth<jny, gilder, r. 71 Water j 

Black Arthur L., titUhr Loudon and 8. F. Bank (lim- 
iteil), r. Saucelito ! 

Black Bear Quartz Mining Co. (Siskiyou Co., Cal.), | 
William Letts Oliver secretary, office-328 Mout- 
gomery, room 13 

BL.ACK DIAMOND COAL. MLMXG CO., P. 
B. Cornwall president, office 8K cor Spear and Fol 

Black Edward, gilder Morris, Schwab i; Co., r. 71 
Water 

Black Edwin H., paints and oils, .OU Sixteenth 

Black E. Ryan, tax agent Central Pac R. R., office 
NE cor Fourth and Townsend, room C, r. 20 Stan- 
ly PI 

Black Frederick, waiter, r. 3 Chatham PI 

Black George C, bricklayer new U. S. Appraiser's 
Building, r. 20 Jansen 

Black George W., cutter Standard Shirt Factory, r. 
510 Taylor 

Black Harry, r. 1007 Market 

Black Uawk Gold Mining (;o.(Bodie, Cal.), B. 8. Ke - 
logg secntary, oilice 30<i Pine, room 4 

Black Henry (Pacific Spring and Mattress Mauuf. 
Co.), r. 79 New M(jntgomery 

Black Henry M. (H. M. Black & Co.), r. 930 Market 

Black Hills (Janal and Water Co., J. King Goodrich 
secretary, rifi'nc 4'.) Nevada Block 

BLiAC^K II. mi. A CO., carriage makers, 851-855 
Market 

Black Howard, manuf. shirts, 120 Kearny, r. 009 Sut 

Black .Jack Mining Co. (Idaho), B. S. Kellogg secre- 
tary, office 300 Pine, room 4 

Black James, r. 40,'<5 Geary 

Black James, cooper, Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 307 M 
Seventli 

Blaik James C, electrician. Palace Hotel, r. 311 Bush 

Black John, painter, r. 344 Fifth 

Bla<-k John, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 

Blai'k John, Hiumaii, r. 019 Second 

Bla>k Jolin, shoemaker S. W. Levy, 711 Minna 

Blai'k John, teamster Cul. Furniture Mauuf. Co., r. 
,'■.09 Grov(! 

Black John, watdiman warehouse dei)artment Cus- 
tom House 

Black John, woolsorter Mission Woolen Mills, r. SE 
cor Columbia and Mariposa 

Black John J., solicitor Figaro 

Black John W., bollermuker Moynilian A: Aitken, r. 12 
Teliama 

Black John W., collector Selby Smelting and Lead Co., 
r. 22 Elgin Park 

Black Joseph, blacksmith, r. (i03 Howard 

Black JoHi'ph, blacksmith, c(ir Thirty-second and Rail- 
road Av, South S. F. 

Black Kale J. MrB.,''boarding, 1130 Market 

Black Lu(!y Miss, laundiess Mmo. C. Bouglut, r. B27 
HayeH 

Black Miiry, domestic 1913 Clay 

Black Mary A. (widow), r. 71 Water 

Black Morris J., timer Market St. R. B., r. Clli)per 

Hotel 

Bla<k Peter U., shlpjolner, r. 110 Natoma 

IlIiAi'K I»OI.\TCA.\ MAXl'KA<TOIlY, W. W. 

Moutngui! k Co. jirojitrH. NW cdr Hiiv hikI Webster 
BLACK POINT PACKINU IIOI'NK, Merry, 

FnuU fi (;<>. iiroptrs, NW cor Bay and Buchanan, 

office 11.'-. I'rout 
BLACK P. W. Coloiiol, Ueailquarters Salooh, 

wines, lii)UorM, and cigars, NW cor Fulton and 

iJeviwn'lero 



Black Robert, r. 1007 Market 

Black Robert D., stevedore A. C. Freese 

Black Robert M., furnishing goods, 209 Montgomery, 

r. 1100 Van Ness Av 
Black Thomas, painter, r. 71 Water 
Black William, butcher iJavid Barry Jr., r. E s Church, 

bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Black William, laborer Masonic Cemetery, r. S s Sac- 
ramento, bet Devisadero and Broderick 
Black William, marble works, 1121 Market, r. 620 

Stevenson 
Black William B., ealesman, r. .505}$ Natoma 
Black William W., acting assistant License Collector, 

r. 34 Willow Av 
Blackburn Allen H., salesman White Bros., r. 71G 

Grove 
Blackburn Benjamin F., cashier Evening Post, r. 905 

Valencia 
Blackburn Charles J., deputy County AeseBsor, r. 1107 }j 

Howard 
Blackburn David, seaman stm Thomas A. Whitelaw, 

r. 20 Verona PI 
Blackburn Francis A., teacher languages Boys' High 

School, r. 1021 Washington 
Blackburn Huie lU>bert, accountant Matthias Gray, r. 

1508 Mission 
Blackburn John, porter M. J. Flavin, r. 07 Everett 
Blackburn Leslie F., wines and liquors, 3'23 Bush, r. 

319 Bush 
Blackenburg Theodors, bookkeeper, r. Prescott House 
Blackett Lucretia (widow), r. 1412 Jackson 
Blackie A. W., clerk Balfour, Guthrie & Co., r. RalBton 

House 
Blackiuton James, r. .54 Third 
Blacklech Daniel W., cooper Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

NNV cor Eighth and Bryant 
Blackman Abraham, r. 712 (J'Farrell 
Blackmail Cassius H., salesman Wilmerding ti Co., 

r. 12 Ellis 
Blackman Cassius H. Jr., clerk Sanderson & Horn, r. 

12 Ellis 
Blackman Henry, bookkeeper J. SamutlB, r. 1322H 

O'i'arrell 
Blackman Horace, piano tuner L. K. Hammer, r. P209 

Howard 
Blackman James, r. 519 Sa<Tamento 
Blackman J. C, salesman California Jewelry Co., r. 

IIH Tyler 
Blackman J. Dyatt, teacher bookkeeping Lincoln 

Evening School, S 8 Clipper, but Castro and 

Diamond 
Blackman Lottie Mrs., r. 510 O'FarreU 
Blackman Martin V., liquor saloon, 329 Dupont, r. 

Ahlborn House 
Blackman .Morris J., plumberand gajifitter, 225 Hayes, 

r. 119 Friinklin 
Blackman P. S., bookkeeper, r. 610 O'F'arrell 
Blai'kman William, carpenter, r. 720 F<dsom 
Blackmar A. E., clerk Bancroft, Knight A: Co., r. NE 

cor Leavenworth and Greenwich 
Blackmar Ransom C, salesman l''orsaitli k Dodge, r. 

14 Elgin Park 
Blackmeri' Amanda A. (widow), r. 134 M<'Allister ' 
Blachrce Frank D., clerk Murphy, Grants Co., r. 2 

Webhtir PI 
Blackstuff AnnD. (widow), r. 1227 Green 
Blaikhtiiff JanieB D., blacksmith I. W. Sh^w, r. 1227 

Green 
Blackstatr Maggie D., asiistant Tehama Primary 

School, r. 1227 Green 
Blackstone Fannie C. (widow), r. 1023 Stockton 
BlackHtoiie William H., carpenter and builder, r. 20 

Clementina 
Blackwell lulward S., clerk, r. 051 Stevenson 
Blackwell Enoch, carrlagetrlmmer, r. 108 Seventh 
Blackwell Horatio S., tinsmith George U. 'lay ti 

Co., r. 1001 Sutter 
Blackwell James, porter What Cheer House 
Blai'kwell Miiry, domektic, r. loih Van Ness Av 
Blackwell Patrick, seaman, r. 0'J5 Davis 
Blackwell Sarah H. Mrs., lamy goods, lOH Seventh 
Blackwell Spencer W., clerk E. J. Boyd, r. SW cor 

Green and Taylor 
Blackwood CharleM, waiter Riiss House 
Bla<kwood John, laborer Meyer A: Muehe, r. 00 Ever- 

itt 
BLACKWOOD WILLI A ni. real-estate, office 

109 (;b1, r. NW cor Bryant and Oak Grove Av 
Blackwood William C., capitalist, office 401 Califor- 
nia, r. 212 'I'welflh 



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Blade Arthur 51. (Blade & Hubuer) , r. 3 Yerba Buena 
Blade John, laborer Andrew Onderdonk, r. 17 Church 
Blade & Hubner (Arthur M. Blade and Conrad W. 

Hubuerl , hats and caps, 910 Market 
Blaess Michael, steward Emil A. Engelberg, r. 217^ 

Elm Av 
Blag Peter, watchman schr Three Sisters. Xorth 

Point Dock 
Blaich Adolph. clerk C. Mayer, r. 820 Guerrero 
Blaikie Andrew, draughtsman Risdon I. and L. 

Works, r. 2-113 Buchanan 
Blaikie James F., plumber, r. 117 Prospect PI, rear 
Blaikie James L., miner, r. 117 Prospect PI, rear 
Blaikie Richard T., carpenter, r. Henry, bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 
Blaikie, See Blakey 

Blain James E., laborer International Hotel 
Blain Rodman P., salesman Frederick Chester k Co., 

r. 1014 Leavenworth 
Blain. See Blane 

Blair .\., first olficer ship Ivanhoe, r, 129 Third 
Blair Augiistine W., attorney at law, oflQ.ce 320 Califor- 
nia, riVni H 
Blair Chauucy S., patternmaker Golden and State 

Miners' Iron Works, r. 322 Fremont 
BLAIR DAVID BOYLE, consular agent lor 

Brazil, office 413 California, r. Oakland 
Bbiir Frank B., workman TJ. S. Mint, r. 524 Pine 
Blair Henrv, health inspector, office 124 Geary, r. 220 

Third ' 
Blair -James, first assistant engitieer Pacific Mail S. S. 

Ci'lima. r. iO Tehama 
Blair James, wood-turner, r. 8 Zoe, rear 
Blair James A. W., shoemaker S. W. Rosenstock & Co., 

r. o7 Minna 
Blair John B., cabinetmaker Frederick' Hufschmidt, 

». 533 Commercial 
Blair Matthew (Blair i: Chase) , r. 224 Capp 
Blair Robert, machinist. Birch, Argall & Co,, r, 8 Zoe, 

rear 
Blair S. Mrs., furnished rooms. 524 Pine 
Blair Samuel, shipowner, office 32 Market, r. 47 Tehama 
Biair Thomas M.Mrs., r. 2 Chatham PI 
Blair Thompson, collector Matthias Gray, r. 614 Nine- 
teenth 
Blair Walter B., r. 524 Pine 
Blair William ;Price i Co.), r. 36 Rausch 
Blair William, cabinetmaker, r. 533 Commercial 
Blair William, painter, r. 246 Fourth 
Blair Williamm B.. clerk Harrison S Dickson, r. 403 

Fourth 
BLAIR t.V CHASE (Matthew Blair and William 

W. Chase), hay, grain and feed, NE cor Market 

and Haight 
Blaisdell Elizabeth F. (widow) , r. 1317 Goagh 
Blaisdell James S., Ijreman U. S. Restaurant, r. 1022 

Stockton 
Blaisdell Jay P., shoemaker Girard & Nolan, r. 106 

l>upout 
BlaisdeU M. M. Miss, r. 1038 Mission 
Blaisdell. See Blasdell 

Blake B. M., hairdressing saloon, 1432 California 
Blake Calvin T., r. N s Twenty-second, bet Fair Oaks 

and Dolores 
BLAKE CH.ARLES E., physician and siirgeon, 

office and r. 4iH! Haves 
BL.VKE CHARLES E. Sr., dentist, office 5"^ 

Kearny, nr Market, r. 532 Ellis 
Blake Charles T., contractor, r. 4 Vernon PI 
Blake Edward, teamster Bryiieu i Hinckley, r. 359 

Natoma 
Blake Frances J. (widow) , r. 12 Auburn 
Blake Francis (Bliike.Robbins & Co.), r. Oakland 
Blake George E., sawyer, r. 13 Nevada 
Blake George L., musician, r. l>07 Bush 
Blake Georiie M.. r. lau Van Ness .\.t 
Blake George W., salesman Fisher & Co.. r. 316Thirvi 
Blake Hanson A., whitener. r. 715 ^ Natoma 
Blake Henry C, commissioner of deeds and convey- 
ancer, office 3;5o Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Blake Henry H.. clerk, r. 13 Mourt.ie 
Blake Isaac E.. aeneral superintendent Continental 

Oil and Transportation Co., office cor Fifth and 

Channel, r. 14 Willow Av 
Blake J., r. 3o Clay 
Blake James, r. 4;ki Tehama 

Blake James, advertising solicitor, r. 63o California 
Blake James, butcher Patrick McDonnell 
Blake Jiuues. expressman, NE eor Montgomery and 

Market, r. 71n Brvant 



Blake James, physician, office and r. 428 Sutter 

Blake James, saiimaker, r. 410 Pacific 

Blake James K., pianotimer Kohler k Chase, r. 
Oakland 

Blake James W., physician, office and r. 1911 Geary 

Blake John, r. 436 Clementina 

Blake .John, blacksmith A. Doble.r. 121 M Shipley 

Blake John, carpenter and builder, r. 1713 Jessie, rear 

Blake John, expressman, r. 1-12 Fourth 

Blake John, sadtUer, 612 Howard 

Blake John, tailor. 318 Post 

Blake John J., clerk M. J. Flavin, r. Ahlbom Honse 

Blake Joseph W., foreman Union Box Factory, r. 115 
Taylor 

Blake Julia (widow) , r. .540 Natoma 

Blake J.W. Mrs., r. 115 Tavlor 

Blake K. T. Mrs., r. 2 Leroy PI 

Blake Laurence, laborer Calvary Cemetery, r.S s ElUs, 
bet Devisadero and Broderick. reir 

Blake Maggie, domestic Lick House 

Blake Mary (widow), r. 142^ Clara 

Blake Mary A. (widow), dressmaker Mrs. M. E. Fair, 
r. 11109 Stockton 

Blake Marv Lee (widow) , r. 2 Leroy PI 

BLAKE ^lAURICE B., attorney at law, office 
417 Kearnv, room 3, r. San Rafael 

BLAKE 3IArRICE C, judge Municipal Crimi- 
i nal Court, chambers 417 Kearny, room 3, r. 325 

Seventeenth 

Blake Michael, carpenter, r. 628 Minna 

Blake Patrick, laborer, r. 628 Minna 

Blake Patrick, service man S. F. Gas Light Co. 

Blake Philip H., deputy county assessor, r. NE cor 
Point Lobos Av and Ferrie 

BLAKE, ROBBrXS <!lf CO. (Francis Blake, 
Charles F. Bobbins. James Moffltt. and James 
W. Towne) , importers and jobbers news, mailing, 
and wrapping paper, 516 Sac, and -519 Com 

Blake Robert, seaman, r. 510 Davis 

Blake Seth B., r. 1205 Taylor 

Blake Simmer C, books and stationery, 503 Kearny 
and 017 Montgomery, r. 16 Prospect PI 

Blake Walter W., painter, r. 813 Harrison 

Blake William, stevedore A. C. Freese 

Blake William H., barber Nathaniel C. Susand, r. 931 
Sacramento 

Blake William L., painter, r. 523 "i Brannan 

Blakeley Bridget (widow) , r. 109 Powell 

Blakeley C. F. (widow), r, 1041 Mission 

Blakely Calvin, carpenter Haskell i Bode, and gro- 
ies and liquors, SW cor Powell and California avs 

Blakely Edward, manufacturing chemist, N s How- 
ard, bet First and Fremont, r. 25 Hawthorne 

Blakely Edward, manufacturing chemist. N s How- 
ani. bet First and Fremont, r. 25 Hawthorne 

Blakely John, fireman S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 137 
Clara 

Blakely John Edward, foreman ammonia works S. F. 
Gas Light Co.. r. 25 Hawthorne 

Blakelv Joseph, helper McVfee Boiler Works, r. 61 
First 

Blakely Sheldon E., manufj' agent, r. 1065 Market 

Blakemau O. C. carpenter Sutter St. R. R. 

Blakeuey J. T., mining, r. Palace Hotel 

Blaker James, longshoreman, r. 1057 "^ Folsom 

Blakeslee C. C. druggist, r. Russ House 

Blakesley Fernando D.. painter, r. 9^ Mission 

Blakistoa John S. (J. S. Blakiston A: Son) , r. 171 Clara 

Blakiston J. S. Jc SonvRobert Blaikiston) , sailm»ker3, 
6 and 8 Clay 

Blakiston P. J. seaman, r. 8 Dupont 

Blakiston Robert (J. S. Blakiston i Son), r. 913 Shot- 
well 

Blakney Zine. carpenter, r. 1038 Howarvl 

Blakslee Charles A., policeman City Hall, r. 864 
Mission 

Blanc A., mining engineer, r. 107 Montgomery Block 

Blanc .\lexander. real estate, r 837 California 

Blanc George, clerk, r. 22 Tehama 

Blanc John, clerk F. S. Mint, r. 2128 Bush 

Blanc Maurice, liquor saloon, 217 Reale 

Blauc Paul (Blanc & Eyraud), r. 621 Pacific 

Blanc Stewart, shoemaker. 220 Montgomery Av 

Blanc * Eyraud ("Paul Blanc and August Eyraud), 
proptrsHotel de France, 621 Pacific 

Blauc. See Blauk 

BL.ANCH BERN.ARD, carriage mannf and black- 
smith. 654 Howard, r. 314 Third 

Blanc hanl Adrian F., salesman Justinian Caire. r. 
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Blanchard Ann (widow) , r. 437 Fell 
Blanchard Candace H. (widow) , r. 511 Mason 
I Blanchard Carlisle P., clerk Davis Bros., r. 771 Miss 
j Blanchard C. P.. r. -Ill California 

Blanchard David (Giuty i: Blanchard), r. 17 Langton 
1 Blanchard Edward, drayman, r. 1523 Pine 
I Blanchard Ferdinand (Blanchard iBenoit), r. 6-t9 Pac 
i Blanchard Francis A., carpenter, r, 101)7 Market 
Blanchard Henry P., merchant, r. 1013 Tan Xess Av 
Blanchard James, r. 904 Kearny 
Blanchard John K. (San Francisco Granite Co.) , r. 394 

Ninth 
Blanchard Jules, hardware and manuf bed and fur- 
niture springs, 44 Fourth, r. 719 Minna 
Blanchard Kate Miss, clerk auditor M. P. and M. de- 
partment Central Pac. R. R.. r. 921 Howard 
Blanchard L. B., student Barnard's Business College 
Blanchard Leopold, salesman Jules Blanchard, r. 719 

Minna 
Blanchard Marcellus C, laborer Coming & Co., r. 511 

Mason 
Blanchard Mary Mrs., furnished rooms, 512 Howard 
Blanchard Montie F., bookkeeper, r. 511 Mason 
Blanchard Phineas V., milkman, r. 1703 Jessie, rear 
Blanchard William E., baggagemaster Southern Pac. 

E. E., r. San Jose 
Blanchard & Benoit (Ferdinand Blanchard and Charles 

Benoit), liquor saloon, 649 Pacific . 
Blanchet Henry, tailor, r, 539 Vallejo 
Blanchette Louis, boot and shoe manuf, 432 Mont Av 
Blanchet te Louisa, dressmaker, r. 788 Folsom 
Blanchfield Andrew, blacksmith, r. 17 College PI 
Blanchfield Andrew, signpainter John A. D jnovan, r. 

228 H Oak 
Blanchfield James, laborer Risdon I. and L. Works, 

r. 14 Baldwin Court 
Blanchfield John, laborer, r. 23 Baldwin Court 
Blanchfield Thomas, contractor, r. 228 V. Oak 
Blanckenbur^,' Theodore, capitalist, r. 20 Prospect PI 
Blanckenhorn Gottlieb, baker, r. 735 Green, rear 
Blanco Teresa, r. 1318 Dupont 
Bland M. A. Mrs., r. 205 Turk 
Bland Peter, waiter, r. lilT Mission 
Bland Washington, waiter Palace Hotel 
Blanding Eilward J., real estate agent, r. 1015 Capp 
BLAXDIXG GORDON (Greathouse & Blanding), 

attorney at law, ofiBce 324 Pine, rooms 18-21, r. 

13ir, Taylor 
BLAXDlS'G WILiLiIAM, attorneyat law and State 

Harbor Commissioner, office 324 Pine, room 17, r. 

913 Van Ness Av 
Blane Charles, master echr Sacramento, Mission St. 

Wharf 
Blane. See Blain 
Blaney Annie (widow) , r. 235 Main 
Blaney Daniel, r. New Wisconsin Hotel 
Blaney Edward W., attorney at law, office 526 Mont- 
gomery, room 3, r. 507 Ellis 
Blaney Ella Miss, r, 235 Main 

Blaney Henry, collector Daly & Hawkins, r. .530 Jessie 
Blaney James A., liquor saloon, SW cor Fourth and 

Mission, r. 553 Minna 
Blaney James H., r. 400 Tyler 

Blaney John, conductor Omnibus R. R., r. 708 How 
Blanej- John, painter, r. 507 Ellis 
Blaney John H., assistant bookkeeper The Hibernia 

Savings and Loan Soc, r. 530 Jessie 
Blaney Thomas, laborer, r. 235 Main 
Blank C, puncher Risdon I. and L. Works 
Blank Charles C, foreman Eclipse Bakery, r. SE cor 

Hyde and Lombard 
Blank D. M., cigars and tobacco, 18)i Fifth, r. 1134 

Howard 
Blank John, steward Ernst Kenipe, r. 800 Larkin 
Blank Louis, jewelry and watchmaker, 832 Market, r. 

11.51V. Mission 
Blank. S<-e Blanc 
Blanken Ht-nry, pvoptr Six-mile House, San Bruno 

Boad, nr coviuty line 
Blanken Jacf)b.flrcinnu S.F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. N B North Point, nr Larkin 
Blanken Nicolas (Mohrniauu & Co.), r. 501 Broadway 
Blankenhorn CbarK-s, butcher Oregon Stock and 

Butchering Co., r. First Av nr Kentucky, South 

S.F 
Blankenshlp George E., printer Alta California, r. 522 

Taylor 
Blankenstein Henry, salesman D. Samuels, r. 905 

Market 
Blankhart Otto, teacher music, r. 1322 Fillmore 



Blankman William, surgeon and dentist, office and r. 

873 Market 
Blano Eugene, seaman schr C. B. Haywood, foot Beale 
Blansfield James, laborer, r. 14 Baldwin Court 
Blasdell George E., bagsewer Neville & Co., r. 675 Miss 
Blasdell H. G., mining, office 57 Nevada Block, r. 

Oakland 
Blasdell Lawrence B., jeweler Hubash & Hirschman, 

r. 564 Howard 
Blasdell. See Blaisdell 

Blaser Isa, trunkmaker H. Behrendt & Co., r. 174 Clar» 
Blaser Raphael, tailor, r. 250 Stevenson 
Blasi Jamcs, shoemaker, r. Green Tree House 
Blasingham J. C, laborer Southern Pac. R. R., r. 618 

Fourth 
Blaskower Mark, clerk E. Cohn & Co.. r. 1209 Bush 
Blaskower Pauline (widow) , r. 1209 Bush 
Blass Aj-lan, merchant, r. 856 J^ Harrison 
Blass Morris, candy dealer, r. h5CV Harrison 
Blatchly A., physician and mining engineer, r. 1733 

Broadway 
Blath Agues (widow), r. 1203 Turk 
Blath Sigmond, salesman, r. 734 Geary 
Blattner Margaret (widow) , r. 32 Everett 
Blattner Nicholas, driver Russ House, r. 228 Green 
Blattuer William J., fruits and vegetables, 24 Bay 

City Market, r. 32 Everett 
Blatz Julius, painter, r. 608 Sixth 
Blauer John, cabinetmaker West Coist Fum. Co , r. 

662 Bryant 
Blaut Samuel, butcher, r. 1621 Devisadero 
Blauvelt Mary, domestic 724 Turk 
Blauvelt Richard D. Jr., deputy county recorder, r. 34 

Eddy 
Blaylock W. H., engineer California St. R. R. 
Blazer Edward, clerk Lenormand Brothers, r. SW cor 

Dupont and Pine 
Bleasdale J<ihn I. Rev., D. F. Y. S. San Francisco Mi- 
croscopical Soc, 126 Kearny 
Blecher William, chicken ranch, S e Silver Avnr San 

Bruno Road 
Bledsoe Hi.irace W., with Aaron N. Levy, r. 219 Hayes 
Bleibtrey Charles (Bleibtrev & Braknian) , r. 040 Miss 
BLEIBTKKY it BRAKMAX (Charles Bleibtrey 

and Frederick lirakmim) , brush mauufs., 04ti Miss 
Bleichroeder Charles, mail clerk California Demokrat, 

r. 312 Post 
Bleidorn Hans, bottler, r.712 Howard 
Bleidorn Jurgen, cabinetmaker Andrew Frei, r. 317 

Bush 
Bleily Joseph R., hairdreesing saloon, 418Bu6h, r. 815 

Twentieth 
Blenian Eugene, seaman, r. 14 Frederick 
Bleuing Hans, seaman, r. Western House 
Blennerhassett Richard, bootmaker, r. 22 Clara 
Blesi Sebastine. patternmaker Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 20 Page 
Bless Michael, steward, r. 217 }<j Elm Av 
Blessing Frederick, janitor Pacific Hall, r. Philadel- 
phia House 
Blethen Charles A., carpenter, r. 529 Sacramento 
Bletheu C. P., r. 2124 California 
Blethen Eugene O., salesman Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson. HI and 113 California 
Blethen James H., chief wharfinger Board Harbor 

Commissioners, office Clay St. Wharf, r. 929 Tyler 
Blethen James H. Jr., captain stm McPhersou, r. 929 

Tyler 
Bletheu Sophia (widow), r. 110 Fourth 
Blevin Charles, master mariner, r. 22 Geary 
Bley Abram, millinery and straw goods, 606 Market 

and 7 Post, r. 1011 Mission 
Bley. See Bly. 
Blichsmidt Theresa Mrs., musician Tivoli Garden, 

400 Sutter 
Blicks Christine, domestic 1026 Twenty-first 
Bliffins Thomas V., master mariner, r. .531 Seventeenth 
Blind Caleb, candymaker W. S. Townseud, r. 1508 

Polk 
Bliukborn Joseph, driver Henry Thomsen, r. U05 

Bush 
Bliun Charles H., clerk Custom House, r. 1527 Post 
Bliun Clara Miss, dressmaker Mrs. Cooper, r. 454 Min 
Blinn Frederick G., r. .")42 Second 
Blinn Helen (widow), r. .542 Second 
Bliun Jules, waiter St. Mary's College 
Blinn Winfield S., clerk G. E. Plummer, r. 62 Tehama 
Bliss D. L.. xniner, r. Palace Hotel 
Bliss George D., wholesale butcher, South S. F., r. 

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Bliss Theodore, longshoreman Menzles & Bingham 
Blitz Caroline Mrs., furnished rooms, 501 Geary 
Bliven A. P., captain schr Maggie Johnson, ofl&ce 27 

Mariet 
Bliven Samuel Nelson, clerk aceountB U. S. Surveyor 

General's office, r. 1829 Bush 
Bloch Abraham B., clothing and fvirnishing goods, 

204 Montgomery Av, r. 2106 Mason 
Bloch Bertha B., assistant Valencia Street Grammar 

School, r. 615 Green 
Bloch Charles, butcher Daniel Mann. r. 120 Olive Av 
Bloch Constantine, dentist, office 865 j<j Market, r. 411 

Larkin, rear 
Bloch Fanny Miss, r. 339 Eddy 
Bloch Isaac F. (Bloch ^"c Davidson), r. 820 Larkin 
Bloch James , r. 54 Minna 

Bloch Jean, commission merchant, r. 615 Green 
Bloch Leon, salesman Reiss Bros. & Co., r. 615 Green 
Bloch Samuel (Bloch & Blum), r. 528 O'Farrell 
Bloch William, boots and shoes, 1032 Dupont, r. 631 M 

Green 
Bloch & Blum (Samuel Bloch and Henry Blum), 

market, SE cor Geary and William 
Bloch & Davidson (Isaac F. Bloch and James W. 

Davidson), morocco manuts,etc., office 117 Pine, 

factory 317 and 319 Eleventh 
Bloch. See Block 

Elochman Abraham (Blochman & Cerf), r. 926 Eddy 
Blochman E. Mrs., millinery, 1019 Larkin 
Blochman Emanviel, inventor, r. 1019 Larkin 
Blochman Lazar E., architect, r. 1019 Larkin 
Blochman & Cerf (A. Blochman and M. Cerf), com- 
mission merchants, and agents XXL lime, 24 and 

26 California 
Block Alexander, lumberman A. M. Simpson & Bros., 

Beale St. Wharf, r. 143 Silver 
Block Amelia I. Miss, teacher music public schools, 

r. 1113 Leavenworth 
Block Bernard (Block & Bernhard) , r. 209 Turk 
Block Bertha Miss, assistant Valencia Grammar 

School 
Block C, r. Gailhard Hotel 

Block, Charles (Siegler & Block), r. 112 Olive Av 
Block Daniel (D. Block & Co.. Virginia City), office 

22 and 24 Battery, r. 1320 Geary 
Block David, new and second-hand furniture, 753 

Mission 
Block Elias M., proptr Carmen Island Salt Works, 

office 207 Front, r. 619 Eddy 
Block Emanuel D., merchant, r. 1816 Sacramento 
Block Harry, machine hand Sullivan, Briggs 4 Co., 

r. 231 Fifteenth 
Block Israel, cigars and tobacco, 228 Sutter, r. 303^ 

Eausch 
Block John, r. 327 Beale 

Block John, laborer, r. W s Sansom, nr Union, rear 
Block John, merchant tailor, 603 Kearny, r. 415 Jones 
Block John T., r. 603 Pine 
Block Joseph, carpenter, r. 1002 Montgomery 
Block Juliet L. Miss, r. 619 Eddy 
Block Louis, tinsmith, r. Hackmeier's Hotel 
Block Marcus, salesman Moses A. Wolfe, r. 415 Jones 
Block Maurice, r. 225 Sixth 
Block Rosalie K. Miss, r. 619 Eddy 
Block William X., r. G19 Eddy 

Block & Bernhard (Bernard Block and Joseph Ber- 
nhard), stockbrokers. 440 California 
Block. See Bloch 
Blockhaus Frederick, groceries and liquors, 814 

Jackson 
Blodes Theodore, hairdressing saloon, 1239 Folsom 
Blodgett Edwin A., shipping clerk Holbrook, Merrill 

& Stetson, r. 28193^ Mission 
Blodgett George T., with La Grande Laundry Co., r. 

1.524 Howard 
Blodgett M. H., student Htald's Business College 
Blodgett T. J., cigars and tobacco, SE cor Kearny and 

Merchant, r. 1115 Clay 
Blohm August, driver Henry A Benjamin & Co., r. 

Clipper, bet Dolores and Church 
Blohm Charles H., student Heald's Business College 
Blohm Frances (-^-idow), lodgings, 700 Broadway 
Blohm John, liquor saloon, 539 Jackson and 923 Kear- 
ny, r. 423 Broadway 
Blohm John (Blohm k Offermann), r. 1402 Folsom 
Blohm Peter (Blohm & Gerken), r. Berkeley 
Blohm Peter, liquor dealer, r. 122 Post 
BL.OH3I Si GERKEN (Peter Blohm and Claus 

Gerken), wines and liquors, NE cor Mission and 

Beale 



Blohm & Offermann (John Blohm and William Offer" 

mann) , groceries and liquors, NW cor Folsom aud 

Tenth 
Blohm. See Bloom and Blum 
Blohme John (Blohme & Hagedorn), and groceries 

and liquors, NW cor Polk aud Sutter 
Blohme k Hagedorn (John Blohme aud August Hage- 
dorn), groceries and liquors, XE cor Second and 

Tehama 
Blom John, calker, r. 426 Vallejo, rear 
Blomberg John, seaman, r. Western House 
Blome Henry (Rehling & Blome), r. 3 Clay 
Blomqvist Olof , watchmaker George C. Shreve, r. 431 

Montgomery 
Blondeau Zacharie, foreman Prosper May, r. 4 Pratt PI 
Blondell Thomas, expressman, r. 606 Fulton 
Blondell William G., teamster, r. 606 Fulton 
Blondin Alfred, r. 318 Minna 
Blondin Jean, shipcarpenter, r. 3 Lafayette PI 
Blood Catharine (widow), dressmaker, r. 81 Fourth 
Blood James, pilot, office 9 U. S. Court Building, r. 

116 Francisco 
BLjOOD J. H., attorney at law, notary public and 

commissioner deeds, office 304 Montgomery, r. 

608 Jones 
Blood L. L., mining, office 45 Merchants' Exchange, 

r. 336 Oak 
Blood William, sailmaker, r. 1024 Montgomery 
Blood William F., bookkeeper National Gold Bank 

and Trust Co., r. 1035 Filbert, Oakland 
Bloom David (Hoffman & Co.), r. 535 Jb O'Farrell 
Bloom Eliza (widow) , dressmaKer, r. 531 Jones 
Bloom George, peddler, r. 19 Harriet 
Bloom Henry, clerk Samuel Bloom, r. NE cor Howard 

and Sixteenth 
Bloom Joseph (Straus, Kohnstamm & Co.), r. 716 Tyler 
Bloom Josephine Miss, dressmaker, r. 531 Jones 
Bloom Josie M., r. 1806 Post 
Bloom Samiiel, tanner and woolpulUng, N s Precita 

Av, nr San Bruno Road 
Bloom Wolf, tanner and woolpuller, E s Folsom, bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth, r. 408 Tyler 
Bloom. See Blohm, Blohme and Blum 
Bloomer A. C, assistant Lincoln Evening School, r. 

1031 Market 
Bloomer Ditch and Gravel Mining Co. (Butte Co., 

Cal.), C. E. Buckingham secretary, office 320 San 
Bloomer John G., superintendent Western Union Tel- 
egraph Supply Department, r. 1534 Clay 
Bloomer Theodore H., insurance manager William N. 

Olmsted, r. Eighth Av, bet M and X, South S. F. 
Bloomfield Gurney (widow), r. 212 Francisco 
Bloomfield Homer, gas inspector, office old City Hall, 

room 8, r. Occidental Hotel 
Bloomfield James T., bookkeeper James B. Gould, r. 

r. 1009 Stockton 
Bloomfield James T. Mrs., hairdresser, r. 1009 Stock 
Bloomfield Phillip, seaman, r. 415 East 
Bloomingdale Emanuel, merchant, r. 1515 Gough 
Bloor George W., compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 222Ji 

O'Farrell 
Bloor James B., clerk J. M. Pike & Co., r. 222 3<J O'Far- 
rell 
Bios Joseph A., exi^ressman SE cor Battery and Cali- 
fornia, r. 7 Nineteenth 
Bios William A., harnessmaker Main & Winchester, 

r. 212 Nineteenth 
Blo.ssom Evelyn, r. 311 Stockton 
Blossom Henry E., r. 311 Stockton 
Blot Louis, carrier Courrier de San Francisco, r. 10 

Wetraore PI 
Blot ilary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 10 Wetmore PI 
Blote HenrvF. B., collectors. F. Chronicle, r. 504 Pow 
Blow Alfred W. (X. W. Blow & Co.), r. 434 Tyler 
Blow \. W. & Co. (Robert Blow) stockbrokers, 301 Pine 
Blow Robert (A. W. Blow & Co.) , r. 434 Tj-ler 
Blower Thomas, laborer Andrew Ouderdonk, r. 403 

Broadway 
Blower William, willowware, 640 Market, r. Oakland 
Blowers Elijah, blackbmiths' helper James Dorau, r. 

26 Chmeutina 
Blowers Ernest, laborer, r. 321 Jessie, rear 
Bloxham Charles, carpenter Centennial Planing Mill. 

r. 1135 Folsom 
Blucher George ( Dunne & Blucher),r. Greenwich, bet 

Fillmore and Steiuer 
Blue Forest Gardens, John Y. Wilson proptr., Bernal 

Station 
Blue Jacket Milling and Miniag Co, (Elko Co., Nev.) , 

Thomas Dain secretary, office 724>i Market.room 20 



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Blue Jacket SilYer Mining Co. (Elko Co., Kev.), 
George C. Pratt secretary, oflace 25 Nevada Block 
' Blue Line (freight) , John luglis agent, office ii Mont 
Blue Tent Con.solidated Hydraulic Gold Mines of 
California (limited), (Nevada Co., Cal.) Thomas 
I Price manager, office 524 Sacramento. 

I Bluemel Julius, gunsmith J. P. Clabrough & Bro., r. 
I 955 Howard 

Bluhm William G., captain schr Pauline Collins, 
I office 27 East, r. 12 St. Charles PI 

\ Bliiit John, laborer, r. 512 Mi.ssion 
Blukquist Charles, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Blukquist D., seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
I Blum Abram, r. 324 Sutter 

i Blum Adolph, cigars and tobacco, 305 California, r. 
j 1303 Gough 

Blum Alfred, commission merchant, 321 Battery, r. 
1 111 Powell 

. - Blum Bertha Miss, saleswoman M. Freud & Sons, r. 
gj 19 Harriet 

,.,, Blum Charles, clerk Ad. Lewis & Co., r. 1303 Gough 
VI Blum Gustave, seaman r. 212 Steuart 
#P Blum Henry (Bloch & Blum) . r. 122G Post 

Blum Henry, bakery and confectionery, 1813 Powell 
^ Blum Henry Jr., clerk, r. 181:,! Powell 
^^ Blum Herman, r. 311 Stockton 

Blum Isidor, office 313 Montgomery, r. 1012 Geary 
H Blum Jacob, merchant, office 117 Battery, r. 1528 Sut 
P^ Blum Jacques, bookkeeper Loewe Bros. r. 122 Post 
O ; Blum John, shooting gallery, S24>j Sacramento, r. 16 
Eh Prospect pi 

'^ Blum Joseph, traveling agent, r. 1615 Bush 
^•y Blum Josejjh, clerk Ackermau Bros., r. 916 Larkin 
1—1 , Blmn Leon (J. Schweitzer .^ Co.), r. 122(i Post 
M I Blum Marcus M., musician, office 647 Market, r. 916 
P3 I Larkin 

^ Blum Maurice, clerk Adolph Blum, r. 1303 Gough 

Blum Moses, r. 1303 Gough 
Vy \ Blum Moses, merchant (Vacaville, Cal.), office 117 
fH I Battery, r. 603 Eddy 

^ J Blum Moses Jr. (Blum, Sons & Co., Dixon, Cal.), 
«3 I office 117 Battery, r. 1528 Sutter 

JJi I Blum Nannette (widow), r. 916 Larkjn 
*-* I Blum lloger, salesman O'Connor, AR)ffatt & Co., r.403 
^T ' Leavenworth 

o ; Blum Sarah (^^^dow) , r. 517 Tyler 
^ Blum Simop (Blum, Sous & Co., Dixon, Cal.), office 
t)P ' 117 Battery, r. Dixon, Cal. 

<J ' Blum, Sons & Co. (Moses Jr., and Simon Blum) gen- 
I eral merchants, (Dixon, Cal.) , office 117 Battery 

i Blum William, Ship Calkers' Assn.. Barra's Hall, cor 
•73 i First and Minna 

•^ i Blum, See Blohm, Blohme and Bloom 
P I B.umberg Frederick W., clerk Tideman, Hirschfeld & 
^ \ Co., r. 36 Twelfth 

Q) j Blumberg Gustav, seaman, r. W b Washington Av, 
^ : nr Precita PI, Bernal Heights 

"*~^ Blumberg Joseph, clerk Jacob Jacobson, r. 21 Stock- 
'^ ton PI 

g Blumberg Julius F., commission merchant, office 306 
|JJ Montgomery, r. 36 Twelfth 

^ Blume A.J. ,r. 2223^ Fourth 
o Bhime Anna Mrs., dressmaker, 249 Stevenson 
^ lihiuu' Henry, bootmaker, 649 Merchant 
.3 liliune Henry, collector, office and r. 249 Stevenson 
P4 Bluuie Herman, salesman Hyams Bros., r. 109 Sansom 
K^ Blumo Isaac, peddler, r. 466 Sixth 
cj' Blume J. X., miner, r, 715 Howard 
^ Blume Louis, speculator, r. 528 Natoma 
pj Bluiiienberg Israel B., mining, r. 628 Sutter 
•gj liluiiiinberg Joseph, bird fancier, r. 21 Stockton PI 
^ Blumouberg Susan M. (widow) , real estate, 125 San- 
*'-' som, room 21 

Blumentlial Abraham (Seelig.sohn & Co.), r. 158 Third 
Blumenthal .\braham, clocks and jewelry, 719 Clay 
' Blumenthal .^braliam, speculator, r. 119 Turk 
Blumeuthnl .\dulph. r. 332 Haves 
BL.U3IKiXTH.VL. B. tSi CO." (Bernard Blumenthal 
and J. Walker (^uinlan) , proptrs Danicheff Glove 
Factory, \\i]^ Post 
Blumenthal Bernard (B. Blumenthal & Co.), r. 657 

Harrison 
Blumenthal Bernard, fancy goods. 134 Sixth, r. 119 

Turk 
BluuKiithal Bertha Mrs., nur.se, r. 1046 Folsom 
Blumenthal Kdwar.l M., peddler, r. 903 Jackson 
Blumenthal Emil, jeweler Levison Brothers, r. 28 

Everett 
Blumenthal Henrj', wholesale butcher, r. 14 Hamp- 
shire 



Blumenthal Henry M., contractor, and grain and pro- 
duce, 125 Washington, r. 227 Tyler 
Blumenthal Isaac, merchant, r, 119 Turk 
Blumenthal Julius, clerk, r, 332 Hayes 
Blumenthal Julius, U. S. storekeeper North Point 

Dock Bonded and Free Warehouses, r. 722 O'Far- 

rell 
Blumenthal Max (Blumenthal & Co. and J. L. Mar- 

kel &Co.), r. 719 Clay 
Blumenthal Phineas, salesman Bernard Blumenthal, 

r. 119 Turk 
Blumenthal & Co. (Max Blumenthal), manufs and 

importers clocks and jewelry, 719 Clay 
Blumer Matthias, dairyman, r. Helvetia Hotel 
Blundell Henry, jeweler California Jewelry Co., r. 1 

Fifth 
Blun.iell James, r. Blundell House, 1 Fifth 
BL.VXDEL.L, JAMES MRS., proprietress Blun- 
dell House, SE cor Fifth and Market 
Blundell Walter H., cook New York Bakery, r. 13063^ 

Stockton 
Blunt John P., salesman 29-31 Battery, r. 210 Jones 
Blunt Phineas U., assistant storekeeper warehouse 

department Custom House, r. 210 Jones 
Blunt William G., naturalist and taxidermist 813 

Market, r. 210 Jones 
Blute John, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 
Bluxomo Charles* r. 1135 Folsom 
BluXume Isaac, merchant,, office 424 Montgomery, r. 

736 Mc.-Vllister 
Blusome Joseph, physician, office and r. 306 Stockton 
Bly James C, carpenter, r. 811 Mason 
Bly Leander A., machinist Excelsior Planing Mills, r. 

811 Masan 
Bly. See Bley and Bligh 
Blyne W. B., clerk, r. 613 Mission 
Blyth Edward, second steward Pacific Mail S S City of 

New York 
Blyth Henry, salesman Starbird & Goldstone, r. 2515 

Sacramento 
BL.YTHE THOMAS H., capitalist, office 7243^ 

Market, room 20, r. 6 O'Farrell 
Blythe William J., band master Third Regiment, r. 

312 1^ Minna 
Blywise Benjamin, varnisher S. F. Furniture Factory, 

r. 1048 Howard 
Blywise Charles, varnisher S. F. Furniture Factory, 

r. 1048 Howard 
Blywise Hermann, tailor, 1048 Howard 
Blywise Moses, machinist S. F. Furniture Factory, 

r. 104S Howard 
B'nai B'rith Hall. 119 and 121 Eddy 
Boag John, carpenter, r. 233 Perry 
Boalt John H. (Estee & Boalt), attorney at law, office 

419 California, room 19, r. Oakland 
Boalt. See Bolt 
BOARD OF BAXK COMMISSIONERS, office 

202 Sansom, room 2 
BOARD OP BROKERS (California Stock Ex- 
change) , John L. Armstrong president, George E. 

Carter secretary, rooms 22 Leidesdorff 
BOARD OP BROKERS (Pacilic Stock Exchange), 

C. L. Weller presidotit, A. J. Moulder secretary, 

rooms 318 Montgomerv 
BOARD OP BROKERS (San Francisco Stock and 

Exchange Board), E. P. Peckham president, 

Charles S. Neal Secretary, rooms 3:13 Pine 
BOARD OF CITY H.VL.L, COMMISSIONERS, 

office SW cor Leavenworth and McAllister 
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FIPTEEXTH 

AVEXUE EXTEXSIO.X, J. F. McQuado sec- 
retary, office 5'.(-60 Mcr -lianfs Exchange 
BOARD OF COMMISSION EKS FUNDED 

DEBT, office New City Hall, lirst lloor 
BO.VRD OF EDCC.\T^iON, othce and committee 

rooms New City Hall, tliird floor 
BOARD OP BISECTION COM3IISSIONERS, 

office New Citv Hall, basement 
BOARD OF EQ,r ALIZA HON, rooms New City 

Hall, second floor 
BOARD OF FIRE COiMMISSIONERS S. P. 

F. D., office Old City Hall, tirst floor 
BOARD OP PISH C03IMISSI0NERS, office 

401 California 
BO.VRD OF nEAT..TH, office 124 Geary 
BOARD OF MANAGERS INDUSTRIAL EX- 
HIBITION MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 

office 27 Post 
BOARD OP MARINE SURVEYORS, office 

418 California 



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BOARD OF MARIA'E UNDERWRITERS 

OF S. F., C. T. Hopkins sefretary, 318 Cal 
BOARD OF PARK COI»IMISSiO>JERS San 

Fraucisco, ofliie 3J8 Jl'mtgiuuc-ry, room 22 
BOARD OF PHARMACY, William T. Wenzell 

sei-retary. cuTice 852 Market 
BOARD OF PILOT EXAMINERS, office 34 

Merchauts' Excbanue 
BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS, 

office Old Citv Hall, first floor 
BOARD OF PORT WARDENS, offic 525 Front 
BOARD OF REGENTS STATE UNIVER- 
SITY, Robert E. C. Stearus secretary, office 310 

Piue, rooms 36 and 38 
BOARD OF REV'ENUE FUND COMMIS- 
SIONERS, office New Citv Hall, first floor 
BOARD OF STATE HARBOR COM3IIS- 

SIONEKS, office 10 Calif'oruia 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, office New City 

Hall, second floor 
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS Amsterdam, 

James De Fremerv agent, office 410 Battery 
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS Bordeaux. 

Henry Schroder & Co. agents, office SW cor Wash- 
ington and Battery 
BOARD OF UNDERW^RITERS Boston, Joseph 

S. Bacon agent, office 31 ti Caiilnrnia 
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS Bremen, Henry 

Balzer & Co. agents, office 2'i'j Sansom 
BOARD OF UNDER^VRITERS French, 

Edward Chevassiis agent, office 205 Sansom 
BOARD OF UNDERT\^RITEKS HAMBURG, 

Hellmaun Brothers & Co. agents, office .525 Front 
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS London, 

Llovds, Falkner. Bell & Co. agents, office 430 C 1 
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS New York, 

Oliver Eldridge agent, office 318 California 
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS Philadelphia, 

J. S. Bacon agent, office 31i; Caliioruia 
BOARD OF UNDER^'RITERS San Francisco 

Fire, Charles D. Haven secretary, office 418 Cal 
BOARD OF U.S. EVSPECTORS Steam Vessels, 

office 11 U. S. Court Building 
BOARD OF W^^TER COMMISSIONERS, 

office New City Hall, first floor 
Boarding Masters' Association, Richard Chute agent, 

610 Front 
Boardly James, laborer, r. 368 Natoma 
BOARDMAN GEORGE C, manager ^tna In- 

surance Co. (of Hartford, Conn.), office 311 Cali- 
fornia, r. SE cor Franklin and Sacramento 
Boardman John H., driver McCarthy Bros., r. 1714 

Fillmore 
Boardman John M., painter, r. 8J<S Boardman 
Boarman Frank B., corresponding clerk First National 

Gold Bank, r. 331 Ellis 
Bo.irmau Mary (widow) , r. 2318 Howard 
Boas Isadore. peddler, r. 1052 Folsom 
Boas Joseph, r. 1005 Tyler 
Boas Judah. moneybroker, 420 Montgomery, room 3, 

r. 1005 Tyler 
Bobet A. L., finisher Weed & Kingwell, r. 21 Folsom Av 
Bobier John, gardener, r. NW cor Twenty-seventh 

and Sanchez 
Bobs Silas, r. 529 Post 

BOCA BRE'WING CO., William Hesse superin- 
tendent, office 415 Sacramento 
Bocanovich Peter, cook John Miller, r. 103Steuart 
Boccard Francois Mme., dress and cloakmaker, 007 

Turk 
Boccardi Luigi. Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Boch Theresa Mrs., fancy goods, 2117 Fillmore 
Bochan William, pilot stm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 
Bochanovich Nichola.s, fisherman, r. 19 Vallejo 
Bochman Dora, domestic 19 Twelfth 
Bock Frederick, actor California Theater, office 64 

Merchants' Exchange, r. 534 Bush 
Bock Frederick, shoemaker, r. Ws Sansom, nr Union, 

rear 
Bock Charles C, coachman, 1201 Hyde 
Bock Henry, gilder, r. 434 Vallejo, rear 
Bock Jacob, tailor C. C. Hastings & Co., r. Haight, nr 

Buchn 
Bock James, tailor, 155 New Montgomery 
Bock Joseph, bakery. 9SS Folsom 

Bock Julia (widow)" r. SW cor Germaniaand Fillmore 
Bockelman Henry, paperhanger George W. Clark, r. 

116 Olive Av 
Bocken Henry (Bocken & Baccala), r. 811 Union, rear 
Bocken John, baker, r. 318 Broadway 



Bocken Paul, fisherman, r. 19 Valle.jo 

BOCKEN <.Si BACCALiA (Henry Bocken and Louis 

Baccala), restaurant, 540 Commercial 
Bocker John, basketmakcr, r. 637 Broadway, rear 
Bockius Charle.s G.. insurance agent, r. 338 Seventh 
Bockley N. Mrs., r. 18 Eddy 
Bockmann Catherine, domestic 237 Tyler 
Bockmann Elizabeth Miss, domestic 432 Tyler 
Bockmann John C, groceries, NE cor Fourth and 

Freelon 
Bockmann. See Bokmann 

Bocksmith Charles L., clerk P. Hartigan, r. 504 How- 
ard 
Bocqueraz Antoiue (Shea. Bocqueraz & McKee), r. 

1108 Bush 
Bocquin Louis, tinsmith John M. Bryan, r. Pacific, 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Boda Louis, carpenter, r. 18 Eleventh 
Bodde Frederick, shoemaker Cohnreich Bros., r. 358 

Jes.sie 
Bode Adolph W. (Haskell & Bode) , r. 1759 Howard 
Bode E. H., millhand Haskell & Bode, r. 704 Fourth 
Bode Frederick, clerk, r. 19 Hinckley 
BODE GEORGE C. (Searle & Bode) , and proptr 
Battery Street Bonded Warehouse, and agent 
Seattle Coal and Transportation Co., NW cor Bat- 
tery and Filbert, r. 126C California 
Bode Henry, bartender, r. 626 Fourth 
Bode Henry, cabinetmaker, r. 905 Jackson 
Bode Henry, clerk John C. Jakobs, r. 2428 Buchanan 
Bode William W., portrait ijainter, r. 69 Natoma 
Bode & Danforth (George C. Bode, and Edwin Ban- 
forth), proptrs Special Internal Revenue Bonded 
Warehouse, office 1201 Battery 
Bodecker Hermann, groceries, NW cor Kearny and 

Green, r. 400 Green 
Bodecker Louis, pianist, office with Kohler & Chase, 

r. 402 Green 
Bodecker William, musician, r. 1522 Stockton 
Bodell Lewis F., bricklayer, r. 814 Folsom 
Bodelle Samuel, cook Palace Hotel 
Bodeu John, teamster, r. '2H Liberty 
Boden John F., clerk, r. 709 Filbert 
Boden John H. (John H. Boden & Co.). r. Saucelito 
BODEN JOHN H «fc CO. (Julius Quinchard), 

ship and Custom House brokers, 504 Battery 
Boden Penelope (widow) , r. 705 Greenwich 
Boden William, painter, r. 1113 Filbert 
Boder L., miner, r. 18 First 
Bodtish S. R., master mariner, r. 1310J<5 Grove 
Bodflsh William H., attorney at law, office and r. 712 

Montgomery 
Bodie Chief Mining Co. (Mono Co., Cal.) , D. F. Ver- 
denal secretary, office 6 and 7 S. F. Stock Ex- 
change Building 
Bodie Gold Mining Co. (Mono Co., Cal.), William H. 

Lent secretary, office 62 Nevada Block 
Bodie Hydraulic Mining and Water Co. (Mono Co., 
Cal.), E. C. Hasten secretary, office 22 Nevada 
Block 
Bodie Lion Mining Co. (Mono Co., Cal.) , Daniel Buck 

secretary, office 80 Nevada Block 
Bodie Louis, butcher, r. 545 Hayes 
Bodie M., r. 317 Powell 

Bodie Richmond Mining Co. (Mono Co., Cal.), O. D. 

Squire secretary, office 331 Montgomery, room 2b 

Bodie Tunnel and Mining Co. (Mono Co., Cal.), A. F. 

Main secretary, office 309 Cal, rooms 1 and 2 
Bodieu Adolph, upholsterer, r. 81 Everett 
Bodieu Ida Miss, milliner, 54 Third, r. 81 Everett 
Bodien James C, r. The Baldwin 
Bo'?ien John, upholsterer, r. 229 Ellis 
Bodill Helen (wiaow), r. 322 Seventh, rear 
Bodkin Eliza Miss, dressmaker, 630 ;<; Post 
Bodkin Sarah Miss, dressmaker, 630}^ Post 
Bodkin Thomas, plasterer, r. 119 Shipley 
Bodleman William, cook Palace Hotel, r. 263 Stev 
Bodwell Etta M. Miss, assistant Shotwell Street Pri- 
mary School, r. E s Bartlett, bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-fifth 
Bodwell Frank, clerk James A. Rudkiu, r. E s Bart- 
lett. bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
BOD WELL. HARRY H., Excelsior windmill, 
pump, horse-power, and tank manuf, 211 and 213 
Mission, r. E s Bartlett, bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifih 
Bodwell John D., policeman City Hall, r. 719 Ellis 
Bodwin August, patternmaker, r. 336 Bryant, rear 
Boeckmann Diedrich H. (Ahlers & Boeckmann) , ^r. 
107 Austin 



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Boeckniann Fred, clerk Von Eonn & Hencke Bros., 
r. Hansa Hotel 

Boecbmann George (Ablborn & Boeckmann) r. Ahl- 
born House 

Boege Heury, teamster Hermann KoSsbach, r. 1910 
Larkin.rear 

Boegel Philip, waiter George Tetner,r. 308 Pacific 

Boeh Fred. W., r. Ktiss House 

Boehinger Charles, tanner, r. 10 Boardman PI, rear 

Boehle W. F., baker S. S. City of Chester.r. 921 Post 

Boehler Henry, carpenter, r. 317 Bush 

Boehm Daniel, stockbroker, r. Commercial Hotel 

Boehm John, contractor, r. C!oso House 

Boehm John, painter Peter F. Lane, r. SE cor Chest- 
nut and Dupont 

Boehm Marks, clerk, r. 408 Natoma 

Boehme Frederick, musician Baldwin's Theater, r. 
Green 

Boehne Frederick J., barber Frederick W. Miller, r. 
509 Bush 

Boell Charles L., printer, r. 254 Clementina 

Boeuig Henry, coachman Alpheus Bull, NWcor Fran- 
cisco and Leavenworth 

Boerdt Mina, domeatic 1501 Post 

Boericke Francis E. (Boericke & Tafel), r. Philadel- 
phia 

Boericke Richard, manager Homeopathic Pharmacy, 
234 Sutter, r. 906 Leavenworth 

BOERICKE «& TAFEL (Francis E. Boericke and 
Adolph J. Tafel), proptrs Homeopathic i'har- 
macy, 234 Sutter 

Boerle T.. r. Park Hotel 

Boeruer William, r. Hackmeier's Hotel 

Boerner William, tanner Michael Tieruan, r. Welbon 
House, cor Twenty-fourth and Mission 

Boes John, laborer, r. W s Nebraska, ur Sixteenth 

Boes John F., bookkeeper, r. 953 Folsom 

Boes Mary (widow), r. 953 Folsom 

Boes Thomas H., entry clerk A. Roman & Co., r. 953 
Folsom 

Boes. See Bose 

BOESCH E3IIIiE, proptr Pacific Lamp and Re- 
flector Factory and Pacific Zinc Ornament Fac- 
tory, 5fi9 Mission, r. 2414 Mission 

Boese D., r. 29 Sutter 

Boese Her»ian, gardener S. Menzies, r. SW cor Chest- 
nut and Montgomery 

Boese Henry J., market, 512-514 Davis, r. 1715 Mason 

Boese Nicholas, laborer California Pickle Factory, r. 
219 Fifth 

Boettcher Paul, Balesman Verdier, Moreau & Co., r. 
Oakland 

Boettger Herman, liquor saloon, 1318 Howard 

Boettger Theodore, driver Central K. R., r.411X Sixth 

Bofinger Jacob, metal spinner, 10 Stevenson 

Bollley William, bricklayer, r. SE cor Dupont and 
Francisco 

Began Charles, commission merchant, r. 1714 Hyde 

Bdgan Ohjirlcs, tanner Bloch k Davidson, r. 721 Bran 

Biignn Charles Jr., fresco painter Pacific Improvement 
Co., r. 721 Branuan 

Bogan John, market, 721 Urannan 

Bogun Philip, longshoreman, r. 23 Silver, rear 

Bogan William F., lauudryman La Grande Laundry, 
Thirteenth, bet Howard and Folsimi 

Bogans Gei>rgc W., clerk, r. H29 Folsom 

BOGARDirs .JOHN !»., editor and proptr Figaro, 
office 532 Merchant, r. N s Delgado PI, nr Hyde 

Bogardus William H., engineer, r. .Milborn Hcjusc 

Bogart Art)mr W., slioemuker Buckingham & Hecht, 
r. 1008 .McAllister 

Bogart Cliarles, clerk Thomas J. Chadbourno 

Bogart Edwin V. (Bogart Ai Druninioud) , r. Henry, bet 
Noe and Castro 

Bogart John M., grain broker, office 214 Sacramento, 
r. Oakbmd 

Bogart Jiiscpli N., piledriver, r. 412 Minna 

BOG.VRT OKI....VNJDO H., mining secretary, office 
IOC) Leidesdortt'. r. Palace Hotel 

Bogart Robert D., editor Dally Stock Rep<ut, r. 2211 
Fillmore 

Bogart k Drummond (Edwin Bogart and Frank G. 
Druiuiniind) , t<anisters, 15 San and 535 Market 

Bogen William, bookkeeper M. & C. Mangels, r. Oak- 
land 

Boger Frederick E., iiuuiuf cigars, SE cor Hayes and 
Fillmore, r. 841 Fillmore 

BOGER AVIL.L.IAM, groceries and liquors, NW 
cor Stockton and Filbert 

Bbgert J. W., r. 324 Sutter 



Bogert William T., salesman Pulvermacher Galvanic 

Co., r. 430 Montgomery Av 
Boggan Owen, groceries and liquors, NE cor Buchan- 
an and Bush 
Bogie William, gardener Masonic Cemetery 
Boglan James, r. 711 Ash Av 
Bogle Eliza A. (widow) , r. 543 Minna 
Bogle Joseiih S., boatbuilder John Penney, r. 1057 J^ 

Folsom 
Bogle William H., local policeman, r. Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Bogler Frederick, porter Bachman Bros., r. 1013 

Union 
Bogliauich 'M.. Austrian Benev. Soc. 71 New Mont 
Boglich Andrew, Austrian Benev. Soc, 71 New Mont 
Boglich Thomas, Austrian Benev. Soc, 71 New Mont 
Bogliotti Thomas, laborer, r. 818 Sansom 
Bogner Benjamin, engraver Larsen & Wilson, r. 12 

William 
Bogner Bernard, teacher dancing University Mound 

College 
Bogner Charles, tailor, 11 Slitter, r. 12 William 
Bogner Charles Jr., jeweler, 300 ]?'ourth 
Bogovich Frederic, fisherman, r. 19 Vallejo 
Bogue Barnard, helper .Etna Iron Works, r. 20 Willow 
Bogue J., helperlndustrial Iron Works 
Bogue John, carpenter JEtna Iron Works, r. 233 Perry 
Bogue K. Mrs., janitress Bernal Heights Primary 

School 
Bogue Michael, longshoreman, r. E 8 Anderson, bet 

Courtland Av and Lincoln 
Bohan James A., groceries and liquors, 921 Howard 
Bohan John, salesman S. Mosgrove & Co., r. 200 Hyde 
Bohan Patrick, laborer Hancock k Kelso 
Bohan Patrick, shoemaker S. W. Levy, r. 42(5 Shipley 
Bohan Thomas, laborer, r. S s Eighteenth, bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores, rear 
Bohan William, laborer Thomas Bailey & Co., r. 42 

Clara 
Bohan. See Bohen 

Bohannan Edward, driver, r. 41()3<; Natoma 
Bohee George, minstrel, r. Overland House 
Bohee James, minstrel, r. Overland House 
Bohely William, baker, r. 921!^ Post, rear 
Bohemia Silver Mining Co. (Maricopa Co., Arizona), 

Jacob Klein secretarv, office 121 Sansom 
BOHEMIAN CLUB, rooms 430 Pine 
Bohen Benjamin F., policeman City Hall, r. 410 Kear 
Bohen C, laborer Matthew McGowan 
Bohen George T., fire surveyor Union Insurance Co., 

r. i;i7 Pine 
Bohen James T., salesman H. S. Crocker & Co., r. 017 

Pine 
Bohen John, coachman 512 Capp 
Boheu Mary (widow) , furnished rooms, 819 How 
Bohen Patrick, groceries, 20 Kausch 
Bohen. See Bohan 
Bohene Frederick, barber, r. 509 Bush 
Bohle John E., baker Pacific Mail S. S. Granada 
Bohlen Johanna (widow), r. 34S Grove 
Bohlen John, seanmn stm Idaho, Broadway Wharf 
Bohlen Minnie Miss, r. 348 Grove 
Bohlen. See Bolan and Holen 
Bohler William, longshoreman, r. 9?^ Ijiberty 
Bohling Cord, clerk Becker Brothers, r. 420Larkin 
liohlmaun E.. cferk Ebbinghauscn & Co., r, 2440 MiSB 
Bohlmann Hermann, clerk Henry Ebbiughauhi'ii. r. 

201 Third 
Bolilmanu. See Bollman 

Bohler John, messman stm Newbern, Fol. St. Wharf 
Bohlu William, cabinetmaker Snydoi & Eeichling, r. 

cor Washington and Front 
Bohls Heury (Baumgartut r & Bohls), r. G12 Minna 
Bohm Cornelius, cook New Wisconsin Hotel, NE cor 

Montgcjuiery and Pacific 
Bohm John, porter Greenebauni. Sachs .t Freeman, r. 

5G7 '.1 Stevenson 
Bohm Paschal, dairyman Peter Palassou, SW cor Bay 

and Webitcr 
BoiJiu Williiiiii, manufacturing jewelir, 016 Mercliant, 

r. 1(109 JonoB 
Bohnie Clara (widow) , r. 437 Vallejo 
Holm A., engineer Sutter St. R. R., r. 1510 V; Pino 
Bohu .\rtluir, r. 22 De Boom 

Bohn Brothers (Nicholas and John), tanners, 1 Bran- 
nan PI 
Bohn Daniel, lanndrymau, r. S s Vandewatei- nr Pow 
Bohn John (13ohn Bros.) , r. Harmony Hotel 
Bohn John, salesman 8. Mosgrove & Co., r. Brooklyn 

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Bohn John, stoves and tinware. 11'2 Seventh 

Bohn John Jr., plumber John Bohn.r. 112 Seventh 

Bohn John A., clerk, r. 567 \i Stevenson 

Bohn Mary Ann (widow) , r. S s Vaudewater nr Pow 

Bohn Nicholas (Bohn Bros.) , r. Harmony Hotel 

Bohner Joseph, r. 19 Harlan PI, rear 

Bohnheim Frederick, r. 1609 Post 

Boice Charles DeS., collector Fireman's Fund Iu8. Co., 

r. Oakland 
Boice. See Boyce 

Boydo Domenico, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Boie F. H., Master Mariners' Benev. Assn. Druid's Hall 
Boie George, flour packer Horace Davis & Co., r. 12 

Louisa 
Boihrin^er Henry, instrumentmaker John Eoach, r. 

517 Jones 
Boinen Alphonse, cabinetmaker, r. 8 Anthony 
Boise J. E., cook, r. 19 Minna 
Boisner Herman, seaman, r. 12 "Washington 
Bolsnet Alfonse, cabinetmaker, 413 Mission, r. 8 Kear 
Boisse Eugene, hairdressing saloon, 526 Commercial, 

r. 528 Filbert 
Boisse Gaston, shipcarpenter, r. 2215 Powell 
Boisseau Gabriel, barber John M. Ellis, r. 1 Chelsea 

PI 
Boisseau Jean (Boisseau & Son), r. 1 Chelsea PI 
Boisseau Jean Emile (Boisseau & Son), r. 1 Chelsea PI 
Boisseau & Son (Jean and Jean Emile) , boots and 

shoes, 324 Dupont 
Boissier Lafrance, r. 1817 Mason 
Boisson Francis (Bosson & Pichon), r. Oakland 
Boisson & Pichon (Francis Boisson and Peter Pichon) , 

poultry and game, 15-19 San Francisco Market 
Boit William C, student Toland Medical College, r. 

638 Green 
Boitano Angelo, vegetable garden, Visitacion Valley, 

bet Mission and San Bruno Road 
Boitano Francisco, Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423 

Broadway 
Boitano Jean B., laborer, r. 1510 Dupont 
Boitano Joseph, bootblack NE cor Montgomery and 

Merchant, r. 14 St. Charles 
Boia Feliciano, foreman Ygual & Co., r. 113 Virginia 
Bokee David M., r. 2008 Pierce 

Bokmann George, waiter Henry Hoesch, r. 213 Pros- 
pect PI 
Bokmann Henry, r. 549 Stevenson 
Bokmann. See Bockman 

Bolado Joaquin, real estate, 535 Clay, r. 526 Sutter 
Bolan John, storekeeper American Exchange Hotel 
Bolan Laurence, hostler McCord, Bridge & Co., r. 20 
Mary 
I Bolan Michael J., physician, r. 402 Hayes 
I Bolan Philip. jDorter, r. 435 Pine 
1 Bolan. See Bohlen, and Bolen 
I Boland Bridget (widow) , r. 109 Shipley 
I Boland Edward, bookkeeper J. M. Spafford & Co., r. 

109 Shipley 
1 Boland Edward driver N. B. and Mission R. R., r. SE 
I cor Fifth and Bryant 

I Boland Henry, tailor, r. 45 Everett 
1 Boland James I., law student Winans, Belknap & 
I Godoy, r. 819 Tyler 

I Boland Joanna M. Miss, assistant Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 109 J^ Shipley 
Boland John, real estate, r. 819 Tyler 
Boland John, seaman, r. 908 Sansom 
Boland Maurice, laborer, r. 511 Mission 
Boland Michael C, foreman John O'Kane, r. 1072 
I Twentieth, nr Dolores 

Boland Patrick, salesman Keane Brothers, r. 340 Page 
Boland Robert, saloonkeeper, r. 9 Harriet 
Boland William H., bookkeeper, r.54 First 
Bolander C. Mrs., furnished rooms, 736 Market 
BolanderH. N., r. 2616 Folsom 

Bolander H. N., junior clerk Pacific Mail S. S. Grana- 
da, r. 2616 Folsom 
Bolander Louis, clerk, r. 2616 Folsom 
Bolas James, laborer Pacific Rolling Mill, r. 608 Bran 
Bolber Anton, driver City R. R., r. 1801 Mission 
Bold Valentine, bookkeeper Geo. Ebert & Co., r. 608 

Pine 
Boldemann Adolph, carpenter, r. 2624 Sutter 
Boldemann Adolph Jr., salesman Louis Saroni & Co., 

r. 2624 Sutter 
Boldemann Charles, clerk Harris Brothers, r.2C24Sut 
Bolden John, r. The Baldwin 

Bolden Richard, messenger Chief Commissary De- 
partment Military Division Pacific, U. S. A., 105 
Stockton 



Boldiug Charles, bricklayer, r. 1 Reed PI 

Bolding Emile, ironmoulder Pacific Iron Works, r. 1 

Reed PI 
Boldt Frederick, seaman, r. 12 Jackson 
Bole Henrietta Mrs., fancy goods, 310 Fourth 
Bole James, secretary The Pbenix Silver Mining Co., 

office 308 California, r. 310 Fourth 
Bole John, hostler William Kerr, r. 909 Battery, rear 
Bolen Anna, domestic 1002 Van Ness Av 
Bolen Delia (widow), r. 833 Greenwich 
Bolen Henry, clerk Nolle & Fell, r. BE cor Hyde and 

Filbert 
Bolen. See Bohlen and Bolan 
Bolero Joseph, expressman, 3 Vallejo 
Boley S. L., r. 611 Seventh 
Boley Susan (widow), r. 675 Mission 
Bolger John, plasterer and whitener, r. 819 H Dolores 
Bolger Julia, domestic 26 Twelfth 
Bolger Miles J., machinist, r. SE cor Sixth and Bran 
Bolger Solomon, cartman, r. 22 Folsom av 
Bolger Thomas, contractor, r. 19"20 Howard 
Bolger. See Bulger. 
Boliger Jacob, laborer Willows Brewery, r. SE cor 

Nineteenth and Mission ! 

BOLIVIA, Francisco Hcrrera consul, office 331 | 

Montgomery, room 14 
Bolk H., rancher, r. 18 First 

Boll Edward, laborer Andrew Onderdonk, r. 414 Fran- 
cisco 
Boll Helena Miss, domestic 13 Hyde 
Boll Nelson, tailor, r. 110 William 
Boll Peter Q., laborer, r. 412 J^ Main, rear 
BoUe Henry, cooper, r. 2719 Folsom, rear 
Bollea Giovanni, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
BoUenhagen Henry, bartender, r. 109 Bernard 
Boiler August, woodcarver Conrad Boiler, r. 36J<5 

Garden 
Boiler Conrad, furnituremaker, 617 Brannan, r. 36}^ 

Garden 
Boiler F. J., market, 1230 Dupont, r. 430 Greenwich 
Bolles Obed F., captain stm George W. Elder, Oregon 

S. S. Co., r. 702 Dolores 
Bollier Charles, laborer, r. 27 Welsh 
BoUier John, glassblower, r. 27 Welsh 
Bollier Julius, glassblower S. F. andPac. Glass 

Works, r. 21% Welsh 
Bollier Paul, helper Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works, r. 322 Third 
Bollinger Francis, hairdressing saloon, 115 J<j Jackson, 

r. 930 Montgomery 
Bollinger Hannah R. Mrs., dressmaker, 1060 Howard 
Bollinger John C, collector, oflace 624 Montgomery, 

room 5, r. Oakland 
Bollinger M. Mrs., boarding, NW cor Sixth and Bran 
Bollinger Nicholas, butcher, 5 Jackson, r. 322Ji 

Broadway, rear 
Bollinger William, r. 1060 Howard 
Bollinger William A., mining engineer, r. Revere 

House 
Bollman Albert, seaman, r. Steuart Street House 
BoUman George, clerk John Bollman & Co., r. 1215 

Clay 
Bollman George, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 
Bollman John (John Bollman & Co.), r. 1215 Clay 
Bollman John & Co., manufs. Russian cigaritos, 409 

Washington 
Bollman William, clerk, r. 1215 Clay 
Bollman. See Bohlmann 
Bollmeyer Henry, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. JOS 

Ninth 
BoUy Henry H., waiter, r. 728 Broadway, rear 
BoJ'y Magdalena (widow) , laundress, r. 728 Broadway, 

rear 
Bologuesi Raffaello, restaurant, 506 Washington, r. 

13'20}^ Kearny 
Bolshaw William H., clerk Junius G. Foster, Cliff 

House 
Bolsted L., laborer, r. 216 Clara 
Bolster B. (widow), r. 18 Howard Court 
Bolte William L., salesman Sol.Wangenheim & Co., 

r. 923 Washington 
Bolton Edward E., office 618 Merchant, r. 1222 Pine 
Boltm Ellen (widow), r. NE cor Fifteenth and 

Dolores 
Bolton James R., capitalist, office 618 Merchant, r. 

2201 Jones 
Boltcn John H., cashier Miller & Lux, r. 621 Third 
Bolton Olive (widow) , r. 148 Silver 
Bolton Thomas, dentist, 804 How, r. Hubbard House 
Bolts John F. (Riechers & Bolts) , r. 9 Park Av 



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Boltz Albert, waiter Henry Hoesch, r. 521 Xatoma 
Boman Anton, laborer William Schlothan, r. W b 

Minnesota, nr Sierra 
Boman Charles E., carpenter and builder, 13 Stockton,