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Full text of "The San Francisco, Oakland and Alameda business directory, 1880 : containing a complete alphabetical list of names, location and business of every merchant, wholesale and retail, manufacturer and professional man engaged in business therein : a classified business directory in which they appear under their appropriate headings : also a general register of United States, state and city officers, banks, insurance and mining companies, hotels, public institutions, newspapers, etc. : together with new and reliable street directories"

CALI FDRN I ANA ^ V 




Book No 



Accession 



917.94 Sa227bs" 



NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY 



563913 



FORM 3427-50C0-8-46 







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H0$ PHATE 



OAP 




A superb article for the toilet, beneficial to the sk 
ing it a soft, velvety appearance, and leaving a s< 
pleasant sensation after use, imparting a healthy, 
and lasting beauty to the complexion. It eradica 
poisonous effects of cosmetics; preventing skin dise 
acting as a constant purifier and disinfectant; if uj 
stantly will cure skin diseases of long standing; is j 
to any other article for bathing infants; cleansing a4 
ing fcr all eruptions on the scalp or face of childre 
for the teeth; produces a soft, creamy lather, nicely 
to shaving or shampooing, removes dandruff, an 
health to the scalp without injuring the hair. 

TESTIMONIALS. 

Sax Jose, September 
To the'Standard Soap Co. — Gentlemen: 

It affords me pleasure to say to the public that I have used and presi 
PHOSPHATE SOAP' as a remedy in various forms of cutanea 
with the hap] iest results. I am of the opinir.n that it is the mildes 
perfect deteigent that can be used, either lor cleansing the skin andlcj 
and healthy, or for removing- the fetor and con od'ng influences of suu. 
ations. I should be sorry to be without ;t in shaving my face or mak 
let, to sav nothing of my good opinion of its remedial qualities. 

A. J. SPENCE 

Sax Francisco, Aug. 
Gentlemen: — I received a package of jour soap (Phosphate Soap)and 
great pleasure to testify as to its superior exci Hence. As a toilet soap I 
seen anything to suipass it. It a'so possesses superior remedial qualit 
used it in two cases of obstinate skin disease, one of intolerable itchinj 
the other an Jczema. In both great relief was ob aincd. Its emoll: 
tics are remarkable. Pespectfully, W. A. DOUGLASS, M. D., 126 < 
To the Standard Soap Co. 

Ask your Druggist or Grocer for Phosphate Soap and take no1 



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GALDTDO BOTKL, 

Cor. Eighth and Franklin Sts., 

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. 



ALLNEW&ELEGANTLY FURNISHED 



SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES. 
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE, 

WITH BOARD 

$2 00 to $2 50 Per Day. 

Applications for Families should be made 
two or three days in advance. 

GEORGE D. HODGES & CO., 

Proprietors. 



California Wire Works Co., 

ESTABLISHED 1852. 
6 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

MANUFACTUREES OF 

Brass, Copper and Steel Wire Screens, 

HEAVY IRON WIBE CLOTH for. Mining Purposes. 
Painted Shade Cloth, 

Ore, Coal and Sand Screens, 

Riddles and Seives of all kinds & sizes, 
Plain and Ornamental Wire Work Fencing, Etc. 



TKT e a* t lb. e r Strips. 

No wind, dust or rain can penetrate where these are applied. 

A. S. HALLIDIE, 

IMPORTER, DEALER AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Iron and Steel Wire Rope 

FOR MINING AND HOISTING PURPOSES. 

BARBED WIRE FENCE AND WIRE OF ALL KINDS. 

ESTABLISHED 1857. 

Office and Depot, 6 California Street, San Francisco. 

SOLE PROPRIETOR OF THE 

PATENT ENDLESS ROPEWAY 

(Wire Tramway) for transporting Ores, etc., ovef mountainous places. 

Note.— STEEL. WIRE ROPE weighs about six-tenths of Iron Rope, or 
one-third of Hemp of equal strength. Its extreme lightness saves largely in 
freight to remote plates, and its great durability recommends it for hoisting pur- 
poses, etc. All Lines of Street Cars Pass the Door. 



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JOSEPH MAYER, 
ORGAN BUILDER, 

No. 127 Page Street, San Francisco. 

MANUFACTURER AND REPAIRER OF ALL KINDS OF 

CHURCH 1 PARLOR ORGANS. 



All Orders to above address will receive 
prompt attention. 

GEO. M. WOOD & CO., 

Designers, Engravers, Plate Printers, Die Sinkers, 

Stencil Cutters and Dealers in Fine Stationery, 

And manufacturers and wholesale dealers in Stencil Tools and Stock, Dies, Key 
Checks, and Stock & Lyon's Head Seal Presses, Copper Plate Ink, Card Plates, 
Stencil Alphabets and Figures, and a splendid assortment of superior hand- 
plated Door Plates and House Numbers constantly on hand and for sale cheap. 

120 Post Street, above the White House, 

SAX FBA\€JSCO, CALIFORXIA. 

TO ORDER— Cards elegantly Printed, Written or Engraved. Fine Stencil 
Name Plates cut in Roman, German Text, Old English; also engraved in Writing 
St\lc. Steel Name Stamps, Brass and Electrotype stamps, Burning Brands, 
Raised Brass Work, etc., etc. 



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F. KROGER. R. SCHAEZLEIN. 

F. KROGER & CO., 

13 TRINITY STREET, 

Between Sutter and Bush, SAN FRANCISCO, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Silver and Plated Ware 

Designs for Silver Ware made and executed. 

Gold and Silver Plating of all 1 Descriptions. 

Old Table Ware Re-finished and Re-plated. 

H. G. FISKE, 

8 1 9 Market St, near Fourth, San Francisco, 

— MANUFACTURER OF — 

Galvanized Iron Cornices, Ventilators, Skylights, 

PIPES, CHIMNEYS AND FLUES. 

ROOFS 

OF TIN, GALVANIZED IRON, COPPER OR SINC, 

And all other Metal Work pertaining to Roofing. Proprietor of the 

IMPERIAL P^INT, 

Guaranteed to outlast any other Paint on Tin or Iron. Also 

Asphaltum Wcrk 

In all its Branches. 



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FREEMAN & WRIN, 

Agents for the Following Celebrated Ranges, 

Winthrop, Belmont, Fulton, Contest and Bonanza, 

Also Plumbers and Cas Fitters, 

311 LK CAXS A SPECIALTY. 

326 Third Street, Between Folsom and Harrison, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

JOHN N. RISDON, 

BOILER MAKER, FOUNDRYMAN, ENGINEER, 

Contractor for 
Mining and Milling Machinery, Eoasting and Smelting Furnaces, 

421 CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Corner of Leidesdorff, San Francisco. 



C. W. RIDCEWAY & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Spring Beds, Mattresses, Cots, Bedding, Lounges, 

AND ALL KINDS OF FRAMES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

21 Tyler Street, near Junction of Taylor, Market and Sixth, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



HENRY PENMAN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

GENUINE ENGLISH PLUM PUDDINGS, 

230 Thirteenth Street, 

Corner Harrison Street, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Price, 50 Cents and Upwards. 



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J G. MONTEALEGRE, 

Successor to IEA MAEDEN & CO., 
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

COFFEE AND SPICES, 

218 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. 



GEORGE M. WETHERBEE, 

Sawing, Planing anil Turning Establishment, 

Picture Backing and Bee-Hive Manufacturer. 

KORBEL BROS* MILLS, 

Corner Fifth and Bryant Streets. San Francisco. 




FRANKLIN HOTE L, 

S. E. Cor. Sansom and Pacific Sts, San Francisco, 
ill (.ill dltitw. Proprietor. 
Board and Lodging, $1.00 per day. 



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JOHN MARTELL, 
GOLD and SILVER PLATER, 

No. 623 SA(IRAME\TO STREET, 

Bet. Montgomery and Kearny, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Manufacturer and Importer of Coach and Carriage Hardware, Lamps, &c. A 

Good Assortment of Carriage Lamps and Candles constantly on hand. 

Particular Attention Paid to the Repairing of Carriage Lamps. 

Name plates made at short notice. 

A Good Assortment of Door Plates and Numbers on Hand. 

N. B. — Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 



ANTIQUARIAN AND COSMOP OLITE BOOK STORE 

-A.. BOURGOIN, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals, Notions, Play- 
ing Cards, Chromos and Frames. 

Kee; s always on hand English, French, German, Spanish and Italian Books. 

Old and New Books Bought and Sold. 
206 Montgomery Avenue and 1009 Kearny Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

MRS. M. E. CERRISH, 

WAX FLOKIST, LESSONS IN WAX FLOWERS, 

Haif Flowers, Leather Work, Point Lace, and 

POOXAH PAIXTIXCi. 

White Flowers for Funeral Wreaths and Boquets, Constantly on Hand. 

I 18 Ellis Street, San Francisco. 

JOSEPH HUBERT, 

Wholesale Dealer in 

IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES and LIQUORS 

Restaurants, Bars and Families Supplied at Moderate Prices. 
All Kinds of Syrups, Oils and Sardines, Constantly on Hand. 

1330 Stockton, cor. Vallejo, San Francisco. 



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THE SAN FRANCISCO 

PUNCH 

Published every Saturday. 

Most Lively Illustrated Weekly 

ON THE PACIFIC COAST, 
The Best Advertising Medium. 

CH. S. ISRAEL, 

838 Market St., San Francisco. 



INEZES BEOS,, 

Patent Gas Regulartor or Governor 

Is acknowledged by practical 
and scientific men to be the 
best Gas Regulator in the mar- 
ket, being simple, practical, dur- 
able and always reliable, guar- 
anteeing a saving of from 15 
to 40 per cent, of gas with the 
fiwj same illuminating power and a 
HI steady and uniform light. 

F. T. L.KOMIAICDT, 
(ten. Agt for Pacific Coast. 

319 Bush Street. San Francisco, California, 
Where the Governor can be seen in practical operation. 




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A. BROWN & SON, 

PLUMBERS, GAS-FITTERS, 

DEALERS IN 

Stoves and Ranges, 

And Manufacturers of 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. 
39 Eddy Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

Between Powell and Mason. 



Stores, Dwellings, etc., fitted np with Gas, 
Water or Steam P. pes of Lead, Iron or Gal- 
vanized Pipes, Wash Stands, Bath Tubs, 
Water Closets, Sinks. Brass Cocks, Patent 
Chimney Tops and Ventilators. 

Milk Cans a Specialty. 

All work warranted and done on the most 
reasonable terms. 



THE OLD RED HOUSE, 

No. 213 Pine Street, below Sansom, San Francisco, 

Adjoining R. D. W. Davis' Auction Hcuse, has changed hands. 

CEO. MUELLER, 

The Centennial Barkeeper from Philadelphia, 

Knows how to treat his guests in the best style. 

Hot Lunch Every J>ay from lO/JO to 1.30. 

GIVE GEORGE A (ALL. 



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702 Market Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, - - - CALIFORNIA. 

FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE OF FARMS 

In all the Counties of the State, and of 

CITY AND OAKLAND PROPERTY. 

Send full description of location, features, price and terms of your 
property, and when for exchange state what kind of property you 
want. 

Branch Offices and Agents in principal Towns in the State. 



JULIUS C. AMELUNG, 




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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THK 



Purchase and Handling of Native Wines and Brandies, 

65 Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal. 



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Published by the BIG CIGAR, 

Cor. First and Minna Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




LANDING OF THE PILGRIMS ON PLYMOUTH ROCK 

December 22d, 1S20. 
By Felicia If emails. 

The breaking waves dashed high 

On a stem and rook-bound coast, 
And the woods against a stormy sky 

Their giant branches tossed ; 

And the heavy night hung dark 

The hills and waters o'er, 
When a hand of exiles moored their bark 

On the wild New England shore. 

Not as the conqueror comes. 

They, the true hearted, came ; 
Not with the roll of the stirring drums, 

And the trumpet that sings of fame ; 

Not as the flying come, 

in silence and in fear ;— 
They shook the depths of the desert gloom 

With their hymns of lofty cheer. 

Amidst the storm they sang, 

And the stars heard, and the sea ; 
And the sounding aisles of the dim woods rani: 

To the anthem of the free. 



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The ocean eagle soared 

From his nest by the white wave's foam, 
And the rocking pines of the forest roared, 

This was their welcome home. 

There were men with hoary hair 

Amidst that pilgrim band : 
Why had thej come to wither there. 

Away from' their childhood's land r 

There wac. woman's fearless eye, 

LU hy her deep love's truth ; 
There was manhood's brow serenely high, 

And the fiery heart of youth. 

What sought they thus afar".' 

Bright jewels of the mine '.' 
The wealth of sea-, the spoils of war'. — 

They sought a faith's pure shrine ! 

Ay, call it holy ground, 

The soil where first they trod : 
They have left unstained what there t! ej found, 
Freedom to worship God. 




flSTParties going on a Picnic or Excursion will find it profitable 
to stop at the "BIG CIGAR," corner of First and Minna St: 
to buy their Smoking Material. 

£^"The "BIG CIGAR," cor. of First ami Minna Streets, is keeping 
up with the times by selling Cigars ami Tobacco at the Lowest pos- 
sible prices. Call and be convinced. 

Detroit Fine Cut, 75 cents per pound. 

CALIFORNIA WHITE LABOR CIGARS, 5 for 25 Cents. 

AT THE KM; CIQAR, SA\ IIMXIMO (VI,. 



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DR. SMITH'S 

Hygienic, Medical and Phrenological Institute, 

633 California Street, San Francisco. 




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The claims of the institution are that, by combining all the varied processes 
of Water Cure, so popular in the Eastern States and Europe; together with Elec- 
tro-.Motorpathy, proper Medicines and a healthy Dietary, nearly every form of 
chronic diseases, nervous, mental or vital derangement, can be speedily and per- 
manently cured. And that there is not one invalid in twenty suffering from 
Inflammatory, Chronic Mercurial and Sciatic Rheumatism or Neuralgia that 
cannot be permanently cured in from four to six weeks' time. Where there is a 
fair constitution left we seldom fail to cure in a few weeks Paralysis, Lung, Bron- 
chial and Catarrhal Affections, diseases of the Heart, Kidneys arid Liver; Consti- 
pation, Scrofula, Piles; Inflammation of the Bowels, Chronic and Acute Diarrhea; 
and all Diseases and Weaknesses peculiar to Males and Females. 

In connection with the ab.rvd healing appliances Dr. Smith has for the past 
four years been using his newly invented Adjustable Medical Magnet, 
the most powerful remedial agent in the world for the relief of PAINS and CUrfE 
OF DISEASE, especially SPINAL diseases, Weak and Lame Back with Kidney 
complications. It removes congestion and restores weak joints to strength and 
stiff joints to supple action . 

MRS. Dlt. SMITH, as Matron, has charge of the Female Bathing Department. 

For full particulars please send'for circu'ais. Consultation, verbal or bv letter, 
FRRF - HARLOW J. SMITH, M. I>. 



THE 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

0/KLA\D A^D ^LAMED/ 
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



18 8 



Containing a Complete Alphabetical List of Names, Location and Busi- 
ness of every Merchant, Wholesale and Retail, Manufacture! and 
Professional Man engaged in business therein: a Classified Busi- 
ness Directory in which they appear under their appropri- 
ate headings; also a general register of United States, 
State and City officers, Banks, Insurance and 
Mining Companies, Hotels, Public Institu- 
tions, Newspapers, etc.; together with 
new and reliable Street Directories. 



DAJLTON & CO, Publishers, 

OFFICE, 8 MONTGOMERY AVENUE, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



I=»rioo &X.SO, 



Copyrighted January, 1S80, by DaKoo >v 00. 



PACIFIC PRB88 PRINT. 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



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SAN FRANCISCO. 

Amusement Places of 223 

Assembly Members of 396 

Banks 'S-iS 

Benevolent Societies 4 1 

Blocks and Buildings 24 

Buildings Public 25 

Chines Names Alphabetically 3S3 

Chinese Names Classified 388 

Churches 398 

Cit j and County Officers 396 

City and County Vote, Sept. 3d, 1879 403 

Convents 400 

Directory of Names Alphabetically 27 

Directory of Names Classified 223 

Expresses 273 

Fire Alarm Boxes 25 

Halls 24 

Hoepitals 301 

Hotels 301 

Insurance Companies 303 

Mining Companies 332 

Newspapers 340 

Parks and Squares 25 

Secret Orders ... 400 

Senate Members of 395 

State Government 395 

State Officers San Francisco 398 

State Vote, Sept. 3J, 1879 402 

Street Directory 5 

Supplementary Names 482 

Telegraph and Telephone Offices 373 

United States Officers San Francisco 397 

Warehouses 376 

Wharves 25 

OAKLAND. 

Alameda Count} - Officers 466 

Amusements Places of 445 

Benevolent Societies 468 

Churches 467 

Ci t y Officers 467 



CONTENTS. 



Directory of Names Alphabetically 4 1 - 

Directory of Names Classified 445 

Hotels 459 

Societies 468 

Street Directory 418 

Street Railroads 4<j-J 

ALAMEDA. 

Churches 4-1 

Directory of Names Alphabetically 471 

Directory of Names Classified 477 

Halls and Buildings 470 

Societies 4-1 

Baths 477 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



Adams & Co(0) 412 

Amerang J C (S F) xiii 

Anderson J G (O) left-hand side line 

every other page 

Avery Adalcne Dr (O; 411 

Barnard W E & Co (O) 40:) 

Barra E 1 (S F) xiv and xv 

Beale W T & Son (O) 410 

Bernard diaries (S F) 222 

Bolton Thomas (S F) 894 

Booth William F (S F) 394 

Bourgoin A (S F) x 

Bowers JMDr(SF) 86 1 

Brosius H (S F), left-hand side line every 

other line 

Brown A & Son (S F) xii 

Bruce Donald (S F) 3.^ 

California Dental Rooms (SF) 894 

California Wire Works (S F) iv 

Cane & Teague (S F) 894 

Central Garden Association (S F) 64 

and back of volume 
City Itemizer The (O) 411 



dark Joseph Jr(8F) 894 

Clayton ft Kirk (()) 408 

Cole R Beverly (S F) 301 

Coltoo Dental Rooms (8 F) 394 

Conkling Brothers (O) 407 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart 408 

Crosley ft King (O) 410 

Curran Hugh (8 K) ix 

Davis AG ftCo(0) 411 

Dowline B J (<">) 409 

Dunmire BS(O) 40:1 

Elliott W \v ft Co (8 F) 4M 

Ellsworth Mrs L(O0 4 10 

Fearn John(O) 400 

Fllippe T Bde(S P) 

Fisk ir <; (S f> U 

Fox II B(S 15 

Francis 8(0) 412 

Franklin Hotel (S V) K 

Frauneder ft Morse (O) 411 

Freeman «v Wrin (8 F) \ iii 

Qalindo Hotel (o) iii 



ALPHABETICAL LLST OF ADVERTISERS. 



GerrishM E (S F) x 

Gibson J (0) 409 

Gladding R S (O) 411 

Groves & Buchanan (O) 410 



Muller George (S F) xii 

Myer A (S W) v 

New York Dental Rooms (S F) 394 

Nichols Sophronia Mrs MD(SF). . . .394 



HaliFT(O) 411 NunanJJ(O) 4S4 

Ha'l & Gilmour (O) 412 Oakland Brewery (O) .409 

Hallidie A S (S F) iv Oakland Collection Offic (0) 412 

Hazard Powder Co (S F) 354 Oakland Iron Works CO) 411 



Heald's Business College (S F) 260 

Held & Co (S F) 331 

Hickey & Dowling (0) 409 

Hill Sam-l(SF)lef.-hand top and bottom 

lines 
Hodges Geo D & Co (O) iii 



Oakland Nursery (O) 410 

Oakland Steam Carpet Beating Ma- 
chine (O) 407 

Pacific Press (S F and O) right-hand 
side lines 393, 417 and 436 

Paget George W (S F) 54 



Home Mutual Insurance Co 483 Pasquale B (S F) 276 

Hubert Joseph (S F) x Patridge H C (S F) top right-hand line 

Hydru-Pneumatic Laundry 485 Paul John H & Bro (O) 410 

International Hotel (S F) top right-hand Penman Henry (S F) viii 

lines Popper S, rignt-hand bottom line 
Israel Charles (SF) » BenkenH(0) 484 



Jacquot Henry (S F) 252 



Ridgeway C W & Co (S F) viii 



' Kramm & Dieves (O) 409 i Risdon John N(SFj viii 

1 Kroger Frederick & Co (S F) vii Robinson & Lawrence (0) 411 

Lane C S (O) 410 , San Francisco Gas Light Co (S F) 3S2 

Leonhardt P T (8 F) » San Francisco Punch (S F) xi 

Leverentz Charies(S F) 394 Scoville Ives (O) 411 

Lingley B (S F) x:ii Selby Thomas H & Co (SF).. 297 and 354 

j Little John T (S F) 242 and 358 SMnker John (S F). . .' 369 

LueeJG(O) 410 Smith Barlow J Dr (S F) xvi 



Madigan & O'Brien (0) 411 Snell Bros & Co (S F and A) 194 

Magill R H (Oj 433 South Pacific Coast Express Co (S V 



Mansell F & Co (S F) 345 

Marin and Sonoma Land Office (S F).xiii 

Martell John (S F) x 

Mayer Joseph (SF) vi 



and A) 194 

The State Investment and Insurance 

Co (Oj 411 

The Thomas Coal Yard (0) 410 



McAlpin A O (0) 412 Wakeling & Son (S F) 347 

Mechanics' Mills (SF) 252 Warren O P Dr (G). . . : 411 

Miller F B & Co (0) 410 Wetherbe.' Georye M (S F) ix 

Montague W W & Co (S F and 0) 368 j Wehretadt F Miss (U) 410 

Montealegre J G (S F) ix I Wharton, Boyd & Co (O) 409 

Moore De Witt C Dr (S F) 351 White Carlos (S F) ii 

Moretti & Trezzini (S F) 344 Wood George M & Co (S F) vi 

Morse Hiram (S F and 0) 4?3 Wilson M D Mrs M D(O) 411 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 824 and S26 KEAENY STEEET. 



SAN FRANCISCO STREET DIRECTORY. 



COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK. 



A, bet Point Lobos avc and B from First 

avenue west 
A, bet Ship and B from Fifth Avenue 

south-west 
Ada Court, bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

from O'Farrell north 
Adams, bet Scott and Devisadero from 

Turk south 
Adela, bet Chace and Stringham from 

Ker north. 
Adelaide Place, bet Post and Qearj 

from Taylor west 
Adele Place, bet Stockton and Powell 

from Jackson north 
iAdler, bet Pacific and Broadway from 

Dupont cast 
Alabama, bet Harrison and Columbia 

from Mission Creek south 
Alameda, bet South and Eldorado 

from the bay west 
i Alaska, bet Mexico and Water Front 

from India south 
Alemany, bet Church and Dolores 

from Seventeenth north 
Alemany Avenue, near County 

Road from Tin-ley south-west 
AllSOll, bet Pope and San Bruno Ave- 
nue from County Road south 
Allen, bet Putnam and Mercer from 

Courtland Avenue south 
Alms House Road, from corner 

Stanyon and Seventeenth west 
Alta, bet Union and Filbert from San- 

soni west 
Amador, bet Calaveras and Islais from 

Water Front west 
Amazon, bet Italy Avenue and Pope 

from County Road east 
Amherst, bet Yale and Princeton from 

Silver Avenue south. 
Anderson, bet Lyons and Ellsworth 

from California Avenue south 
Ankeny Place, bet Bush and Sutter 

from Powell east 
Anna, between Powell and Mason from 

Ellis south 
Annie, bet New Montgomery and Third 

from Market south 
Anthony, bet First and Second, from 

Mission south 
Antonio, bet O'Farrell and Ellis from 

Jones west 



Areb. bet Vernon and State from Stan- 
ley north 

Arizona, bet Colon lo and Idaho from 
Water Front south 

Arkansas, bet Connecticut and Wis- 
consin from Sixteenth s >uth 

Army, bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
seven rh from Old San -i «e Road west 

Asb Avenue, bet Fuituu an-! McAllis- 
ter from Larkin west 

Ashburton Place, bet Post and Sut- 
ter from Dupont east 

Ashbury. bet Masonic Avenue and 
Clayton from Fulton south 

Athens, bet Vienna and Moscow from 
Silliman southwest 

Auburn, bet Mason and Taylor from 
Jackson north 

August Alley, bet Powell and Mason 
from Qreen north 

Augusta, bet Helena and Silver Avenue 
from Bruno Avenue east 

Austin, bet Bosh and Pine from Larkin 

west 

Aztec, near Precita Avenue, from Coso 

Avenu 
B 1 and C from First Avenue west 

B, bet A and C from Third Avenue souta- 

west . • 

Bache, bet Porter and Laurel from 

■ nt Avenue south 
Bacon, bet Burrows and Waylaad from 

Potrero Avenue west 
Bagley Place, bet Dap nt and Sto tfc 

ton from ( ►'Parrell north 
Baker, bet Broderick and Lyon from 

Balght north 

Balance, bet Sansom and Ifonl 

from .lacks on north 

Italdw in Court, bet First and Fre- 
mont from Kolsom north 
Banks, bet Butler and Prenl 

California Avenui - 

Bamioii Plaee, bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton from Qreen north 

Bartlett, bet Kearny and Dupont froni 
Jackson north 

Bartlett, bet Mission and Valencia from 
Twenty-first south 

liartlt'tf h I U irren and Merced from 

Tn rtieth south 



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S. POPPEE, 233 Kearny Street. Pione:r Shirt Manufacturer. 



Sewing Machines. Needles, etc., SAMUEL HILL, 634 Market St 



3 

Bartol, bet Sansom and Montgomery 

V2 from Broadway north and south 

jjj Battery, between Sansom and Front 
from Market north 
Bauer, bet Norton and Ocean House 

Road from County Road northwest 
Bay, bet Francisco and North Point from 

Kearny west 
Bay View Plaee, bet Jones and 

Leavenworth from Union north 
[Beach, bet North Point and Jefferson 
r j from Dupont west 
pt| iBearon, near Lewis from Castro east 

- B^ale, bet Main and Fremont from 
£3 Market south 

,? I Beale Place, bet Folsom and Harrison 
V2 from Beale east 

+i Beaver, bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
£h • from Noe west 
?3 Ri'fU-ir ¥»!««»«». het Post and Sutter 



SAN FRANCJSXO STREET DIRECTORY. 



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£? Becker Place, bet 
£* from Taylor east 



Bedford Plaee, bet Stockton and 

Powell from Jackson north 
Belcher, bet Church and Sanchez from 

Fourteenth north 
Belden, bet Montgomery and Kearny 

from Bush north 
Bellair Place, bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton from Chestnut north 
Bellevue Avenue, bet Dupont and 

Stockton from Greenwich south 
Bellevue, bet Ellen and Ocean Road 

from Elizabeth south 
Bemis. bet Laidley and Lewis from 
Castro east 
ai Berg'Oyne, bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
pS from Pacific BOUth 

m Berlin, bet Goettingen and Girard from 
P Silver Avenue south 



Bournin Plaee, bet Steiner and Pierce 
from Ellis south 

Bourbon, bet Jslais Creek and Norman 
from De Harro west 

Bourne, bet Freelon and Chace from 
Water north 

Bowrioin, bet Dartsmouth and Hamil- 
ton from Silver Avenue south 

Bower Place, bet Dupont and Stock- 
too from Green south 

Bowie AA'diue, bet Howard and Fol- 
som from Eleventh south 

Boy ee, bet Cook and Williamson from 
Point Lobos Avenue north 

Boyd, bet Harrison and Bryant from 
Chesley east and west 

Bradford, bet Carver and Standish 
from California Avenue south 

Brady, bet Green and Union from Lar- 
kin east 

Bradv, bet Potter and Valencia from 
Market south 

Bran nan, between Bryant and Town 
send from Beale west 

Braniian Plaee, bet Sixth and Sev 
entli from Braniian soutn 

Brar.il Avenue, bet China and Persia 
Avenues from County Road southeast 

Brenhani, bet Kearny and Dupont 
from < 'lay north 

Brig'ht, bet Orizaba and Florence from 



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from Elizabeth south Broad, bet FaraUone and Sadowa from 

Old San .lose Road west 
Broads Plaee. het Hyde and Larkin 

from Bush north 
Broadway, between Vallejoand Pacifi: 

from Davis west 
Broderiek, bet Devisadero and Baker 

from Waller north 
Brooklyn Place, bet Dupont and 
uth Stockton from Sacramento south 

Bernard, bet Pacific and Broadway Brooks, bet Kearny and Dupont from 
£** from Taylor west Market north 



rvj Bernal Avenue, bet Railroad Avenue 

and San Bruno Road, from Vermont 



Brosnan , bet Fourteenth and Ridley 

from Valencia west 
Brown Alley, bet Hyde and Larkin 

from McAllister north 
Brown's Alley, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from Pine s tut-b 
Bi'uno Avenue, bet Potrero Avenue 
and Girard from Silver Ave south 
Bluxome, bet Brannan and Townsend Bryant Avenue, bet Eighth and 

from First and Fourth west Ninth from Bryant north 

Boardman Place, bet Sixth and Bryant, bet Harrison and Brannan 

Seventh from Bryant south from Spear west 

Bond, bet Church and Sanchez from Bryant Avenue, bet York and Co- 
Seventeenth north lumbia from Mission ('reek south 
Bone Plaee, bet Montgomery and Bryant Plaee, bet Montgomery and 

Kearny from Green north Sansome from Busb north 

Boston Plaee, bet Pols >m and Harri- Buchanan, bet Laguna and Webster 



-+-» ; Berry, bet Bush and Sutter from Du- 
pont ea.-t 
Berry, bet King- and Channel from Sec- 
ond west 
Birch Avenue, bet Grove and Fulton 
fromLarkin west 
'S Bismark. bet Goethe and Prim from 
2 i Telegraph northwest 

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Buena Vista, bet Cherubusco and 
North Avenue from Coeo Ave south- 
west 

Bnrebam Place, bet Jefferson Ave- 
nue and Turk from Leavenworth west 

Burret. between Stockton and PoweU 
from Bush south 

Burrow, between Henry and Bacon 
from Potrero Avenue west 

Bush, bet Sutter and Pine from Market 
west 

Butler, bet Sigel and Bariks from Cali- 
fornia Avenue south 

Butte bet Solano and Napa from Harri- 
son east 

Byingtoii, bet Ellis and O'Farrell from 
Webster west 

Byron, bet Sickles and Liebig from 
Railroad Avenue southeast ' 

C, between B and I) from First Avenue 
west 

Ci bet B and D from Water Front south- 
west 

Caclell Alley, bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton from Union north 

Calaveras, bet Mendocino and Ama- 
dor from Water Front west 

Calhoun, bet Bansom and Montgom- 
ery from Green north 

California, bet Pine and Sacramento 
from Market west 

California Avenue, from Precita 
Avenue south 

Cambridge, bet Oxford and Yale from ! 
Silver Avenue south 

Camp, bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
fiom Guerrero east 

Campbell, bet Sixteenth and Seven-! 
teenth from Dolores east 

Capitol, bet Marengo and Orizaba from 
Railroad Avenue north 

Capp, bet Howard and Mission from 
Fifteenth south 

Card's Alley, bet Vallejo and Green 
from Stockton west 

Carl, bet Frederick and Sullivan from 
Clayton west 

Carlos, bet Powell and Mason from 
O'Farrell south 

Carolina, bet Wisconsin and l>e llano 
from ESgth south 

Caroline, bel Jackson and Pacific from 

StOI kton west 

Caroline, bet sixth and Seventh from 

Folsom south 
Carver, bet Rosenkrans and Bradford 

from California Avenue BOUtb 
Case, bet Crescent Avenue and Hunter 

from San Bruno Road Bouthwi it 
Cassi'lli Avenue, bet b'alco 

and Eagle from Douglass west 
Casti'o, bet Noe and Diamond from 
south 



Cedar, bet Davis and Front from Clay 

north 
Cedar Avenue, bet Geary and Post 

from Larkin west 
Central, bet Second and Third from 

Bryant south 
Central, bet Shields and Randolph 

from Orizaba west 
Central Avenue, bet Broderick and 

Laurel Hill Cemetery from Geary 

north 
Central Plaee, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from Pine BOUtb 
Cliaee, bet Bourne and Adela from Ker 

north 
Chaee, bet Williamson and Merrifield 

from Point bob, s Avenue north 
Chambers, bet Pacific and Broadway 

from Davis 

Chambers Plaee, bet Powell and 

Mason from Greenwich north 
Channel, bet Berry and Hooper from 

Third west 
Channel, bet Hunter and Rirkard 

from San Bruno Road southwest 
Chepaltepee, bet Prospect Avenue 

and Cherubusco from Coso Avenue 

southwest 

Charles, bet Second and Essex from 

Harrison north 
Charles Plaee, bet First and Second 

from Harrison north 
Charles Plaee, bet Vallejo and 

Green from Kearny west 
Chatham Plaee, bet Dupont and 

Stockton from Push north 
Chattanooga, bet Dolores and Church 

from Twenty-first south 
Chelsea Plaee, bet Stockton and 

Powell from Push south 
Chenery, bet Dame and San .1 - 
road from Thirtieth south 

Clierubuseo, bet Chepultepec and 

Buena Vista from Coeo Avenue south- 

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Cliesley. bet Seventh and Eighth from 

Harrison Boutb 
Chestnut, bet Francisco and bombard 

from Sansom west 

Chestnut Alley, bet Stockton and 

Powell from Chestnut north 
China, from Front Avenue South San 

Francisco south fronting the bay 
China Avenue, bet Japan and Bra- 
zil Avenues from Count] Boad south- 

Church, bi I Dolores and Sanchex from 
Ridlej 

Chureh Lane, bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth from D 

Chureh Plaee, bet Greenwich and 
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Clara Iiane, bet Kearny and Dupont 
from Bush south 

Clarence, bet Second and Third from 
Tosvnsend north 

Clark, bet Jackson and Pacific from 
Drumm west 

Clary, bet Folsom and Harrison from 
Sixth north 

Clay, bet Sacramento and Washington 
from East west 

Clay Avenue, bet Stockton and 
Powell from Clay north 

Clayton, bet Ashbury and Cole from 
Fulton south 

Clement, bet Point Lobos Avenue and 
California from First Avenue west 

Clementina, bet Howard and Folsom 
from First west 

CleA r eland, bet Folsom and Harrison 
from Seventh east 

Clinton, bet Sixth and Seventh from 
Bryant south 

Clipper, bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth from Old San Jose Road west 

Codman Place, bet Powell and Mason 
from Washington south 

Cohen Place, bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde from Ellis south 

Cole, bet Clayton and Shrader from 
Fulton south 

College, bet University and Darts- 
mouth from Silver Avenue south 

College Place, bet Larkin and Polk 
from Hayes north 

Collins, bet Wood and Ferrie from 
Point Lobos Avenue north 

Colorado, bet Mexico and Arizona from 
Water Front south 

Columbia, bet Florida and Harrison 
from Mission Creek south 

Columbia, bet Sixth and Seventh from 
Folsom south 

Columbia Place, from Precita Ave- 
nue south 

Colusa, bet Marin and Yuba from the 
bay west 

Commerce, bet Green and Union from 
Front west 

Commercial, bet Clay and Sacramen- 
to from East west 

Connecticut, bet Missouri and Arkan- 
sas from Sixteenth south 

Cook, bet Ferrie and Boyce from Point 
Lobos Avenue north 

Cooper's Alley, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from Jackson south 

Corbett Road, from Seventeenth near 
Douglass 

Cortex, near Montcalm from California 
Avenue east 

Coso Avenue, from California Ave- 
nue south 



! Cottage Place, bet Post and Geary 

from Jones east 
Cotter, bet Theresa and Francis from 

County Road northwest 
County Road, from Mission south 
Courtland Avenue, bet Lincoln and 

West Avenue from Mission east 
Creek Lane, bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth from Folsom west 
Croce, bet Francis and Harrington from 

County Road northwest 
Crook, bet Third and Fourth from 

Townsend north 
Cushman, bet Mason and Taylor from 

California north 
Custom House Place, bet Battery 

and Sansom from Washington north* 
I>, bet C and E from Water Front south- 
west 
I), bet C and Golden Gate Park from 

First Avenue west 
i Dacotah bet Idaho and Ohio from the 

bay south 
Dall Place, bet Leavenworth and 

Hyde from Tyler south 
Dame, bet Chenery and Whitney from 

Thirtieth south 
' Dartsmouth, bet College and Bow- 

doin from Silver Avenue south 
Davis, bet Front and Drumm from 

Market north 
Dawson Place, bet Sacramento and 

Clay from Mason east 
De Doom, bet Bryant and Brannan 

from Second east 
De Harro, bet Carolina and Rhode Is- 
land from Eighth south 
De Kalb, bet Mercer and Heath from 

Courtland Avenue south 
| Decatur, near Parker from Crescent 

Avenue south 
Decatur, bet Seventh and Eighth from 

Bryant south 
Delaware, bet Logan and Grant from 

Brazil Avenue south 
Delaware, bet Maryland and Massa- 
chusetts from Solano south 
Delaware Avenue, bet Old San 

Jose Road and Wyoming from Al- 

gowa Avenue north 
Delcado, bet Green and Union from 

Hyde east 
Devisadero, bet Scott and Broderick 

from Ridley north 
Dewey, bet Third and Fourth from 

King south 
Diamond, bet Castro and Douglass 

from Seventeenth south 
Dikeman Place, bet O'Farrell and 

Ellis from Mason west 
Doek, bet Tevis and Ship from Tenth 

Avenue southwest 



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Doek, between Union and Filbert from 
Battery east 

l>odge, bet Hyde and Larkin from Turk 
south 

Dolores, bet Guerrero and Church 
from Market south 

Dora, bet Seventh and Eighth from 
Harrison south 

Dore Alley, bet Powell and Mason 
from Jackson south 

Dorland, but Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth from Guerrero west 

Douglass, bet Diamond and Ellen 
from Seventeenth south 

Dow Plaee, bet Folsom and Harrison 
from Second west 

Downey, bet Seventh and Eighth from 
Bryant south 

Drum m. bet East and Davis from Mar- 
ket north 

Dry, bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
from Old San Jose Road west 

Dublin, bet Prague and Logan from 
Persia Avenue southwest 

Dunbar Alley, bet Montgomery and 
Kearny from Washington Bouth 

Duncan, bet Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-eighth from Old San Jose 
Road west 

Dunnes Alley, bet Broadway and 
Vallejo from Kearny east 

Dupont, bet Kearny and Stockton from 
Market north 

D wight, bet Woolsey and Olmstcad 
from Bruno Avenue west 

E, bet D and F from India southwest 

Eagle, bet Casselle Avenue and Seward 
from Douglass west 

East, from Pacific south to Folsom 
fronting the bay 

Eeker, bet First and Second from Mar- 
ket south 

Eddy, bet Turk and Ellis from Market 
west 

Edinburgh, bet Madrid and Naples 
from Silver Avenue southwest 

Eighteenth, bet Seventeen and Nine- 
teenth from Harrison west 

Eighteenth Avenue, bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth Avenues from 
Front northwest 

Eighteenth Avenue, between Sev- 
enteenth and Nineteenth Avenues 
from S north 

Eighth, bet Seventh and Ninth from 
.Market south 

Eighth Avenue, bet Seventh and 
Ninth Avenaea from <> north 

Eighth Avenue, bet Seventh and 
Ninth A ven lies from Water Front 
northwest 

El Dorado, bet Center and Alameda 
from the bay west 



Eleventh, bet Tenth and Twelfth from 

Market south 
Eleventh Avenue, bet Tenth and 

Twelfth Avenues from Front north- 
wot 
Eleventh Avenue, bet Tenth and 

and Twelfth Avenues from S north 
Eli, from Seventeenth Avenue northwest 
Eliza Plaee. bet Taylor and Jones 

from Union north 
Elizabeth, between Twenty-third and 

Twenty-fourth from Noe west 
Elleek Lane, bet Stockton and Pow 

ell from California north 
Ellen, bet Douglass and Bellevuc from 

Elizabeth 9outh 
Ellis, bet O'Farrell and Eddy from Mar- 

ket west 
Ellsworth, bet Anderson and Sigel 

from California Avenue south 
Elm Avenue, bet Tyler and Turk 

from Larkin west 
Emma, bet Pine and Bush from Stock- 
ton i 
Emmet Plaee. bet California and 

Sacramento from Stockton west 
Erie, bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 

from Mission east 
Esmeralda Avenue, bet < 

nuc and Lincoln from Mission east 
Ess: k X, bet First and Second from Pol- 

soin south 
Essex Plaee, bet Folsom and Harri- 
son from Second east 
Esterana, bet Railroad Avenue and 

Gertrinua from Ker southwest 
Eugenie, bet Josephine and Wood 

from Point Loboa Avenue north 
Eureka, bet Sherman and Douglass 

from Twenty-third north 
Everett, bet Mission and Howard from 

Third west 
Ewer Plaee, bet Sacramento and 

Clay from Mason west 
E, bet F and Q from India southwest 

Fair Oaks, bet Guerrero and Dolores 

from Eighteenth south 
FairniOUllt, het Randall and Miguel 

from Old San JOSS Road west 

Faith, bet Hope and Joy from Califor- 
nia Avenue west 

Faleon. bet Broadway and Vallejo from 

Taylor east 
Faleon Road, bet Corbett Road and 

lie Avenue from DoUglf 

Farallones, bet Lobes and Bread from 

Old San Jose Road west 
Farragut Avenue, bet Sherman and 

u orden Avenues from Cocuh 

north* set 

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Fern Avenue, bet Sutter and Bush 
from Larkin west 

Ferric, bet Collins and Boycc from 
Point Lobos Avenue north 

Fifteenth, bet Fourteenth and Six- 
teenth from Harrison west 

Fifteenth Avenue, bet Fourteenth 
and Sixteenth Avenues from W I 
north 

Fifth, bet Fourth and Sixth from Mar- 1 
ket south 

Fifth Avenue, bet Fifth and Sixth j 
from Harrison south 

Fifth Avenue, bet Fourth and Sixth ' 
Avenues from Water Front northwest 

Filbert, bet Greenwich and Union j 
from Front west 

Filbert Place, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from Union north 

Fillmore, bet Webster and Steiner I 
from Ridley north 

First, bet Fremont and Second from j 
Market south 

First Avenue, bet Front Avenue and ! 
Second Avenue from China north- 
west 

First Avenue, bet Mission and Valen- 
cia from Sixteenth north 

Florence, bet Bright and Victoria 
from Railroad Avenue north 

Florence, bet Taylor and Jones from | 
Broadway north 

Florida, bet York and Columbia from 
Mission Creek south 

Folsom, bet Howard and Harrison 
from East west 

Folsom Avenue, bet Seventh and 
Eighth from Folsom south 

Foote Avenue, bet Olgowa and Nag- 
lee Avenues from Count y Road 
northwest 

Ford, bet Monticello and Walnut from j 
Randolph north 

Ford, bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
from Sanchez west 

Fortieth Avenue, bet Thirty-ninth! 
and Forty-first Avenues from the j 
County Line northwest 

Forty-Eighth Avenue, bet Forty- 1 
seventh and Forty-ninth Avenues 
from the County Line northwest 

Forty- Fifth Avenue, bet Forty- 
fourth and I (nth-Sixth Avenues, j 
from Z north 

Forty- Fifth Avenue, near Forty- 
fourth Avenue from the County Line 
northwest 

Forty-First Avenue, bet Fortieth : 
and Forty-Second Avenues from the 
County Line northwest 

Forty- First Avenue, bet Fortieth ' 
and Forty-second Avenues from Z 
north 



Forty- Fourth Avenue, bet Forty- 
third and Forty-fifth Avenue from 
the County Line northwest 

Forty-Fourth Avenue, bet Forty- 
third and Forty-fifth Avenues from Z 
north 

Forty-Xinth Avenue, near Forty- 
Ejghth Avenue from J north 

Forty-Second Avenue, bet Forty- 
first and Forty-third Avenues from 
the County Line northwest 

Forty-Second Avenue, bet Forty- 
first and Forty-third Avenues from 
Z north 

Forty-Seventh Avenue, bet Forty- 
sixth and Forty-eighth Avenues from 
Z north 

Forty-Sixth Avenue, bet Forty- 
fifth and Forty-seventh Avenues from 
Z north 

Forty-Third Avenue, bet Forty- 
second and Forty-fourth Avenues 
from the County Line northwest 

Forty-Third Avenue, bet Forty- 
second and Forty-Fourth Avenues 
from Z north 

Fourteenth, bet Ridley and Fifteenth 
from Harrison west 

Fourteenth Avenue bet Thirteenth 
and Fifteenth Avenues from Front 
north west 

Fourteenth Avenue, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth Avenues from 
V north 

Fourth Avenue, bet Third and Fifth 
Avenues, from Alms House Road 
north 

Fourth Avenue, between Third and 
Fifth Avenues from the bay north- 
west 

France Avenue, bet Russia and 
Italy Avenues from County Road 
southeast 

Francis, bet Cotter and Croce from 
County Road northwest 

Francisco, bet Chestuut and Bay from 
Montgomery west 

Frank, bet Pine and California from 
Mason west 

Franklin, bet Van Ness Avenue and 
Gough from Market north 

Frederick, bet Bryant and Brannan 
from First west 

Frederick, bet Kate and Carl from 
Masonic Avenue west 

Freedom, near Ker Avenue from 
Chace east 

Freelon, bet Bryant and Brannan 
from Fourth 

Freelon, bee Orenius and Bourne from 
Water north 

Fremont, bet Beale and First from 
Market south 



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Fremont Court, bet Powell and 

Mason from Clav south 
Fresno, bet India and Plumas from 

Water Front west 
Friedman PI are. bet Pacific and 

Broadway from Larkin east 
Front, bet Battery and Davis from 

Market north 
Front, from Tenth Avenue South S F 

South fronting the bay 
Front Avenue, bet Water Front and 

First Avenue from China northwest 
Fulton, bet Grove and McAllister from 

Larkin west 
G. bet F and H, from India southwest 
Gains, bet Battery and Sanson) from 

Green north 
Gale, bet First and Second from Town- 
send south 
diamine r. bet Madison and Harvard 

from Silver Avenue smith 
diarclen. bet Sixth and Seventh from 

Harrison south 
diartlner bet Kearny and Dupont from 

Post north 
Gates, bet Wayne and Sullivan from 

Court land Avenue south 
diaven, bet Powell and Mason from 

Montgomery Avenue north 
diaven, bet BJckard and Sweeney from 

Bruno Avenue southwest 
Geary, bet O'Farrell and Post from 

Market west 
Geary Plaee, bet Taylor and Jones 

from Gear}' south 
Geneva, between Sixth and Seventh 

from Brannan South 
Geneva Avenue, bet Niagara and 

Mohawk Avenues from County Road 

northwest 
Georgia, bet Louisiana and Michigan 

from Solano south 
Gerke Alley, bet Filbert and Green- 
wich from Dupont east 
German ia, bet Kate and Waller from 

Webster west 
Gertrinus, bet Esterana and Salome 

from Ker southwest 
Gilth. bet Montgomery and Kearny from 

Montgomery Avenue west 
Gibson, bet Green and Union from 

Larkin east 
Gilbert, bet Sixth and Seventh from 

Bryant south 
Girard, bet Bruno and Berlin from Sil- 
ver Avenue south 
Glen Park Avenue, bet Mission 

and Howard from Twelfth west 
Glover, bet Broadway and Vallejo 

from Jones west 
Godens, bet Twenty-ninth and Thirti- 
eth from Mission east. 



Goethe, bet Rice and Bismark from 

Telegraph northwest 
Gofttiiigen, bet Williams and Berlin 

from Silver Avenue south 

Gold, bet Jacks. .1, and Pacific from San- 

-.'iii west 
Golden Court, bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth from Sacramento south 
Good Children, bet Kearny and 

Dupont, from Lombard south 
Goodman Plaee, bet Powell and 

Mason from Washington smith 
Goodsell Plaee, bet Harrison and 

Bryant from First east 
Gordon, bet Eighth and Ninth from 

Harrison north 
Gough, bet Franklin and Octavia from 

Market north 
Graee Terrace, bet Dupont and 

Stockton from California south 
Graham Plaee, bet Dupont and 

Stockton from Green north 
Grand Avenue, bet Ninth and Tenth 

from Mission south 
Grand Plaee, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from Filbert south 
Grant, bet Delaware and Ion from 

Prague south 
Grant Plaee, bet First and Fremont 

from Folsom south 
Grattan.bet Sullivan and Seventeenth 

from Stanyan west 
Green, bet Union and Vallejo from 

Front west 
Green Court, bet Steuart and Spear 

from Howard north 

Green Plaee, bet Montgomery and 

Kearny from Green north 

Greenwich, bet Lombard and Filbert 

from Front west 
Greenwich Alley, bet Powell and 

Mason from Greenwich north 
Grisar, bet Union and Filbert from 

Octavia west 

Gross, bet County Road and Telegraph 

from Pope east 
Grove, bet Fulton and Hayes from Lar- 
kin west 

Guerrero, bet Valencia and Dolores 

from Market south 
GuStavnS, bet Powell and Mason from 

California north 
Giittcnhurg, near Humboldt from 

Telegraph south 
Guy Plaee, bet Folsom and Harrison 

from First west 
H , bet Golden Gate Park and I from 

< >cean Beach east 

II, bet <i and I from India southwest 
llugxin, bet Third and Fourth from 

King south 
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Hale, bet Sweeney and Silver Avenue 

from Bruno Avenue southwest 
Hall Alley, bet Sansom and Mont- 
gomery from Tallejo south 
Hall Court, bet Washington and 

Jackson from Dupont 
Halleck, bet California and Sacramen- 
to from Battery west 
Hamilton, bet Bowdoin and Holyoke 

from Silver Avenue south 
j Hamlin, bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

from Green north 
i Hamlin Plaee, bet Broadway and 

Vallejo from Larkin east 
Hammond Place, bet Second and 

Third from Berry north 
Hampshire, bet Jersey .and York 

from Mission Creek south 
Hampton Court, bet Second and 

Third from Harrison north 
Hampton Plaee, bet Second and 

Third from Folsom south 
Hancock, bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth from Church west 
Hardie, bet Church and Sanchez from 

Sixteenth south 
Hardie Place, bet Sutter and Bush 

from Kearny east 
Harlan Place, bet Bush and Sutter 

from Dupont west 
Harriett, bet Sixth and Seventh from 

Howard south 
Harrington, bet Croce and Norton 

from County Road northwest 
Harris, bet Seventh and Eighth from 

Folsom south 
Harrison, bet Folsom and Bryant 

from Steuart west 
Harrison Avenue, bet Seventh and 

Eighth from Folsom south 
Hartford, bet Noe and Castro from 

Eighteenth south 
Hart ilia i>, bet Mason and Taylor from 

Greenwich north 
Harvard, bet Gambier and Oxford 

from Silver Avenue south 
Harwood Alley, bet Kearny and 

Dupont from Filbert south 
Havens, bet Union and Filbert from 

Leavenworth west 
Hawthorne, bet Second and Third 

from Folsom south 
Hayes, bet Grove and Fell from Lar- 
kin west 
Hay ward, bet Third and Fourth from 

Folsom south 
Heath, bet De Kalb and Lee from 

Courtland Avenue south 
Helen, bet Leavenworth and H;\de 

from California south 
Helena, near Augusta from Railroad 

Avenue east 



Henrietta, bet Oliver and County Line 
from Telegraph south 

Henry, bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
from Sanchez west 

Henry, from Old San Jose Road near 
Industrial School 

Henry, bet Silliman and Burrows from 
Bruno Avenue west 

Hermann, near Valencia from Market 
east 

Hernadotte, bet Islais and Schneider 
from Sixth Avenue west 

Heron , bet Folsom and Harrison from 
Eighth east 

Hickory, bet Oak and Fell from Van 
Ness Avenue west 

Highland Terrace, bet Jones and 
Leavenworth from California north 

Hill , near Montana from Old San Jose 
Road west 

Hill, bet Twenty-Second and Twenty- 
first from Church west 

Himmelmann Place, bet Mason 
and Taylor from Pacific north 

Hinckley, bet Broadway and Vallejo 
from Kearny we-t 

Hodge's Alley, bet Sansom and 
Montgomery from Vallejo north 

Hod' Avenue, bet Mission and Valen- 
cia from Fifteenth south 

H Oil is, bet Buchanan and Webster 
from O'Farrell south 

Holyoke, bet Hamilton and Williams 
from Silver Avenue south 

Hooper, bet Channe. and Irwin from 
bay west 

Hope, near Cortez from California Ave- 
nue west 

Houston, bet Chestnut and Francisco 
from Montgomery Avenue west 

Houth, from Ocean House Road near 
Industrial School 

Howard, bet Mission and Folsom from 
East west 

Howard Court, bet Fourth and Fifth 
rom Howard north 

Huhhard, bet Second and Third from 
Howard south 

Huhbell, bet Irwin and south from 
bay west 

Hudson, bet Ktr Avenue and Ker 
from Fourteenth Avenue northwest 

Humboldt, bet Guttenburg and La- 
fayette from County Road south 

Hunt, bet Mission and Howard from 
Third east 

Hunter, bet Case and Channel from 
San Bruno Road southwest 

Hurlbert Place, bet Fourth and 
Fifth from Clara north 

Huron, bet Parker Avenue and Wyom- 
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Hyde, bet Leavenworth 

from Market north 
Hyde Place, bet Turk and Eddy from 

Hvde west 
I, bet'H and J, from India southwest 
I, bet H and J from Ocean Beach east 
Idaho, bet Arizona and Dacotah from 

the bar south 



Larkin Jessie, bet Market and Mission from 

F ; rst west 
Jewett, bet Townsend and King from 

Fourth we>t 
John, bet First and Second from Bran 

nan north 
John, bet Jackson and Pacific from 

Powell west 



Idaho, bet California Avenue and Ne- 
braska from Powhattan south 

Illinois, bet Michigan and Kentucky 
from the bay south 

India, fronting India Basin from Water 
Front west 

India Avenue, near County Road 
from Silver Avenue southeast 

Indiana, bet Minnesota and Iowa from 
Sixteenth south 

Ion, bet Grant and Mansfield from 
Munich south 

Iowa, bet Indiana and Pennsylvania 
from Sixteenth south 



Johnson, bet Spear and Main from 

Harrison south 
Joiee, bet Stockton and PoweU from 

Pine north 
Jones, bet Taylor and Leavenworth 

from Market north S^ ~~ 

Jones Alley, bet Sansom and Mont 

gomery from Washington north 
Josephine, bet Central Avenue and 
Eug nie horn Point Lobos Avenue 
north 
Joy. near Faith from California Avenue 

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Julia, bet Seventh and Eighth from Mis- 
Irwin, bet Hooper and Hubbell from! sion south 

the bay west Julius, bet Kearny and Dupont fro-n 

Islais, fronting Islais CreeK from Water Lombard north 

Front west | K, bet J and L from First Avenue south- 

Italy Avenue, bet France Avenue west 

and Amazon from County Road south- K, bet J and L from Ocean Beach east 
east Kansas, bet Rhode Island and Yer- 

Ivy, bet Hayes and Grove from Polk mont from Mission Creek south 

>vest Kate, bet Sevtnth and Eighth from 

J, bet I and K from First Avenue south- Bryant south 

west ! Kate", bet Waller and Ridley from Mar- 

J, bet I and K from Ocean Beach east ket west 

Jackson, bet Pacific and Washington Kearny, bet Montgomery and Dupont 

from East west from Market north 

Jackson Place, bet Yallejo and Kent Alley, bet Union and Filbert 

Green from Montgomery east from Mason west 

Jaeohy, bet Leavenworth and Hyde Kentucky, bet Illinois and Tennessee 

from California nor*h from Sixteenth south 

Jane Place, bet Mason and Taylor j Ker, near Ker Avenue from Fifteenth 

from Pine north Avenue east 

Jansen, bet Mason and Taylor from Ker Avenue, bet Freedom and Water 

Greenwich north from Eleventh Avenue west 

Japan, bet First and Second from Bran- 1 Keys Place, bet Powell and Mason 



nan south from Pacific north 

Japan Avenue, bet India and China Kimball Place, bet Leavenworth 

avenues from County Road southeast and Hyde from Sacramento north 

Jarnac. from Old San Jose Road near Kin;;, bet Townsend and Berry from 

Industrial School Qale west 

Jasper Place, bet Dupont and Stock- Knox, bet Mansfield and Madison from 

ton from Union north India Avenue south 
Jefferson, bet Beach and the Bay from ; Kohler's Place, bet Montgomery 

Powell west and Kearnj from Green south 

Jefferson Avenue (formerly Tyler), Kosciusko, bet Moultrie and Wayne 

bet McAllister and Turk from Market fr „ In <•,„,. tland Ay, nue south 

west 
Jefferson, bet Union and Courtland 

Avenue from San Bruno Road west 

Jersey, bet Hampshire and Potrero Kramer Place.) it Pupont and Stock 

Avenue from Mission Cretk south ton from Greenwich south 
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L, bet K and M from Ocean Beach east 
Lafayette, bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

from Mission south 
Lafayette, bet Humboldt and Oliver 

from County Road south 
Lafayette Place, bet Kearny and 

Dupont from Green north 
Laguna. bet Octavia and Buchanan, 

from Market north 
Laidley, bet Bemis and Chen ry from 

Thirtieth south 
Landers, bet Church and Dolores from 

Fourteenth south 
Langton,bet Seventh and Eighth from 

Folsom south 
Lark in. bet Hyde and ^olk from Mar- 
ket north 
Laskie, b t Eighth and Ninth from 

Mission north 
Latham Place, bet O'Farrell and 

Ellis from Mason west 
Laura Place, bet Montgomery and 

Sansom from Pine south 
Laurel, bet Moultrie and Bache from 

Courtland Avenue south 
Laur J Avenue, b.t Turk and Eddy 

from Larkin west 
Laurel Place, bet Folsom and Har- 
rison from First west 
Leavenworth., bet Jones and Hyde 

from Market north 
Lee, bet Heath and San Bruno Road 

from Courtland Avenue south 
Leidesdorft", bet Montgomery and 

Sansom from Pine north 
Lerdy Place, bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth from Clay south 
Leroy Place, bet Jones and Leav.n- 

worth from Sacramento south 
Lewis, bet Beacon and B.mis from 

Castro east 
Lewis, bet Post and Sutter from Taylor 

West 

Lewis, bet Tonquin and the bay from 

Van Ness Avenue west 
Liberty, bet Third and Fourth from 

Townsend north 
Liberty, bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first from Valencia west 
Lick Alley, bet Market and Mis-ion 

from First west 
Lick Place, bet Montgomery and 

Kearn T - from Post north 
Liebig Avenue, bet Sickle Avenue 

and Rice from Telegraph northwest 
Lilly, bet Page and Oak from Franklin 

west 
Lincoln, b t Esmeralda and Courtland 

Avenue from Mission east 
Lincoln, b t Green and Union from 

Taylor west 
Lincoln Place, bet Union and Filbert 

from Hyde east 



Lincoln Place, bet Howard and 

Folsom from Fremont east 
Linden, bet Fell and Hayes from Van 

Ness Avenue west 
Lisbon, bet Paris and Madrid from Sil- 
ver Avenue southwest 
Lobos, b t Minerva and Farallones 

from Old San Jo.-e Road we.-t 
Locust, bet McAllister and Jefferson 

Avenue from Larkin we»t 
Logan, bet Dublin and Delaware from 

Persia Avenue south 
Lombard, bet Chestnut and Green- 
wich from Battery west 
Lombard Place", bet Stockton and 

Powell fro.n Lombard south 
London, bet County Road and Paris 

from Japan Avenue southwest 
Lott, bet Lyon and Masonic Avenue 

from Waller north 
Louisa, bet Folsom and Harrison from 

Fourth east 
Louisiana, bet Maryland and Georgia 

from Solano south 
Lundy's Lane, bet Prospect and 

California Avenue from Coso Avenue 

southwest 
Lynch, bet Pacific and Broadway from 

Leavenworth west 
Lyon , bet Baker and Lott from Haight 

north 
Lyons, bet McClellan and Anderson 

from California Avenue south 
M , bet L and N from First Avenue south- 
west 
M, bet L and N from Ocean Beach east 
M, bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 

from Church west 
Gladden, bet Third and Fourth from 

King south 
Madison, bet Knox and Gambier from 

Silver Avenue south 
Madrid, bet Lisbon and Edinburgh 

from Silver Avenue southwest 
Maggie Alley, bet Post and Geary 

from Jones east 
Maiden Lane, bet Montgomery and 

Kearny from Montgomery Avenue 

south 
Maiden Lane Alley, bet Stockton 

and Powell from Vallejo north 
Main, bet Spear and Beale from Market 

south 
Malvin Place, bet Sacramento and 

Clay from Mason west 
Mansell, near Olmstead from Hamil- 
ton west 
Mansfield, bet Ion and Knox from 

Japan Avenue south 
Marengo, bet Old San Joso Road and 

Capitol from Railroad Avenue north 
Margareta Place, bet Kearny and 

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Margary, bet Sanchez and Noe from 

H south 
Marin, bet Tulare and Colusa from the 

bay treat 
Mariposa, bet Santa Clara and Solano 

from Harrison east 
Mariposa Avenue, bet Seventh and 

Eighth from Hamsun south 
Market, from junction East and Sacra- 
mento southwest 
Mary, bet Bryant and Harrison from 

Chesley east 
Mary, bet Fitth and Sixth from Mission 

south 
Mary liane, bet Kearny and Dupont 

from Bush south 
Maryland, bet Delaware and Louisiana 

from Solano south 
Mason , bet Powell and Taylor from 

Market north 
Masonie Avenue, bet Lott and Ash- 
bury from Geary south 
Massachusetts,' bet New York and 

De'aware from the bay south 
Mateo, bet Miguel and Roanoke from 

Bemis south 
McAllister, junction Market and 

Jones west 
McClellen, bet Wool and Lyons from 

North Avenue south 
MeC'ormick, bet Hyde and Larkin 

from Pacific south 
McI>ermott Place, bet Turk and 

Eddy from Jones west. 
Meacham Place, bet Hyde and Lar- i 

kin from Post south 
Meal's, bet Merrifield and Fir9t Avenue 

from Point Lobos Avenue north 
Medau Place, bet Dupont and Stock- 

ton from Filbert north 
Mendocino, bet Plumas and Calaveras 

from Water Front west 
Merced, bet Bartlett and Castro from 

Thirtieth south 
Mercer, bet Allen and De Kalb from 

Courtland Avenue south 
Merchant, bet Washington and Clay j 

from Bast west 
Merrilield, bet Chace and Mears from 

Point Lobos Avenue noith 
Merrill, bet Yallejo and Green from 

Jones west 
Merriinac, near South from Tennessee 

east 
Metcalf Place, bet Post and Sutter 

from Laguna west 
Metcalfe Place, bet Mason and 

Taylor from Geary north 
Mexico, bet Alaska and Colorado from 

Water Front south 
Michigan, bet Georgia and Illinois 

from Solano south 



Middle, bet Webster and Fillm re from 

California south 
Midway, bet Dupont and Stockton 

from Frond JCO north 
Miguel, bet Fairmount and Mateo from 

Bemis south 
Miles, bet Stockton and Powell from 

California north 
Miller's Place, bet Fourth and Fifth 

from Polsom south 
Milton, bet Sheller and County Line 

from Prim west 
Minerva, b t Montana and Lobos from 

< > d San Jose Road west 
Minna, bet Mission and Howard from 

First we>t 
Minnesota, bet Tennessee and Indi- 
ana from Sixteenth south 
Mission, bet Market and Howard from 

East west 
Mission Avenue, bet Valencia and 

Guerrero from Seventeenth south 
Mission Road, from junction Market 

and Seventeenth south* 
Mississippi, bet Pennsylvania and 

Texas from Sixteenth south 
Missouri, bet Texas and Connecticut 

from Sixteenth south 
Mohawk Avenue, bet Onondaga 

and Geneva Avenue from . County 

Road northwest 
Monroe Place, bet Stockton and Pow- 
ell from Pine south 
Montana, bet Hill and Minerva from 

Old San Jose Road west 
Montcalm, bet Wolff and Cortez from 

California Avenue east 
Montezuma, bet California Avenue 

and Aztec from Coso Avenue i ast 
Montgomery, bet Kearny and Sansom 

from Market north 
Montgomery Avenue, from coi 

Washington and Montgomery north- 
west 
Mont ice Ho. bet Ford and Thornton 

from Central north 
Moore, bet Hyde and Larkin from 

L'nion north 
Morey Alley, bet Btocktonand Powell 

from Broadwav north 
Morrell, bet Hyde and Larkin from 

Pacific north 
Morse, bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

from Broadway south 
Morse, bet Bush and Kearny from 

1'im north 
Morton, bet Post and Geary bom 

Kearny west 
Morton, bet S and T from Tenth A\ .- 

nuc west 

Moscow, bet Munich and Athens from 
India Avenue southwest 



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MOSS, bet Sixth and Seventh from How- 
ard south 

Moulton, bet Green and Union from 
Montgomery west 

Moulton. bet Greenwich and Lombard I 
from Buchanan west 

Moultrie, bet Laurel and Kosciusko 
from Courtland Avenue south 

Mount Vernon Avenue, bet 
Niagara and Olgowa Avenue from 
County Road northw est 

Munich, bet Moscow and Prague from 
Burrows southwest 

Myrtle Avenue, bet O'Farrell and; 
Geary from Larkin west 

X, bet M and O from Ocean Beach east I 

X, bet M and P from First Avenue south- 
west 

Xaglee Avenue, bet Foote and War- 
den from County Road northwest 

Xapa, bet Butte and Twenty-first from 
Harrison eas 

Xaples, bet Edinburgh and Vienna 
from Silver Avenue southwest 

Xapoleon, bet Norman and Tulare 
from Carolina west 

Xatoma. bet Mission and Howard from 
First west 

Xebraska, bet Nevada Avenue and 
Idaho from Powhattan Avenue south 

Xebraska, bet Vermont and Utah from 
Mission Creek south 

Xevada,bet Eleventh and Twelfth from 
Folsom south 

Nevada Avenue, bet Prentiss and 
Nebraska from Powhattan Avenue 
south 

Xew Anthony, bet First and Second 
from Mission north 

Hew Montgomery, bet Second and 
Third from Market south 

Xew Orleans, bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde from Green north 

Xew York, bet Virginia and Massa- 
chusetts from the bay south 

Xewell, bet Mason and Taylor from 
Lombard north 

Xewhall, bet Lombard and Chestnut 
from Stockton west 

Xiagara Avenue, bet Mount Vernon 
and Geneva Avenue from County 
Road northwest 

Xineteenth, bet Eighteenth and 
Twentieth from Harrison west 

Xineteenth Avenue, bet Eigh- 
teenth and Twentieth Avenues from 
Front northwest 

Xineteenth Avenue, bet Eigh- 
teenth and Twentieth Avenues from 
Z north 

Xinth, bet Eighth and Tenth from Mar- 
ket south 



Xinth Avenue, bet Eighth and 

Tenth Avenues from Q north 
Xinth Avenue, bet Eighth and 

Tenth Avenues from Water Front 

northwest 
Xobles Alley, bet Union and Filbert 

from Dupont east 
Xoe, bet Sanchez and Castro from 

Ridley south 
Xoonans Place, bet Stockton and 

Powell from Vallejo south 
Xorman, bet Bourbon and Napoleon 

from De Harro west 
Xorth Avenue, bet Buena Vista and 

Courtiand Avenue from Coso Avenue 

southwest 
Xorth Point, bet Bay and B ach from 

Kearny west 
Xorton , bet Harrington and Bauer from 

County R,oad northwest 
Xorwich, near Prospect Place from 

Coso Avenue east 
O, bet N and P from Ocean Beach east 
Oak, bet Fell and Page from Market 

west 
Oak, bet Post and Geary from Mason 

w.-st 
Oak Cirove Avenue, bet /ifth and 

Sixth from Harrison south 
Ocean House Road, from County 

Road near Industrial School 
Ocean View Road, bet Falcon 

Road and Douglass from Rornain 

south 
O'Connell Place, bet Powdl and 

Mason from Vallejo north 
Octavia, bet Gough and Laguna from 

Market north 
O'Farrell, bet Ellis and Geary from 

Market west 
O'Farrell Alley, bet Pcweh and 

Mason from O'Farrell north 
Ohio, bet Dacotah and Virginia from 

the bay south 
Ohio, bet Montgomery and Sansom 

from Pacific north and Vallejo south 
Old Hickory, bet Union and Crescent 

Avenues from Allen west 
Old San Jose Road, bet Valencia 

and Guerrero from Twenty-second 

south 
Olgowa Avenue, bet Mount Vernon 

and Foote Avenues from Count}- Road 

northwest 
Olive Avenue, bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell from Larkin we.st 
Olive Court, bet Laguna and Bu- 
chanan from Union south 
Oliver, bet Lafayette and Henrietta 

from Telegraph south 
Olmstead, b t Dwight and Mansell 

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Olney , bet Second and Third from Ham- 
mond Place east 
Oneida Avenue, bet Onondag-a and 

Seneca Avenue from Ocean House 

Road southeast 
Oneida Place, bet Dupont and 

Stockton from Sacram n'o south 
Onondaga Avenue ,bet Ocean House 

Road and Oneida Avenue from 

County Road northwest 
Oregon, bet Washing-ton and Jackson 

from East west 
Ore ii ins, near Freelon from Water 

north 
Orizaba, bet Capitol and Bright from 

Railroad Avenue north 
Oxford, bet Harvard and Cambridge 

from Silver Avenue 
P, bet N and Q from First Avenue south- 
west 
P, bet O and Q from Ocean Beach east ! 
Pacific, bet Broad way and Jackson 

ftom East west 
Pacific Alley, bet Dupont and Stock- \ 

ton from Pacific north 
Page, bet Oak and Haight from Market i 

west 
Pal, bet Jamie and Henry from Old San 

Jose Road west 
Palmer, bet Chenery and Laidley from 

Randall south 
Paris, bet London and Lisbon from 

Japan Avenue southwest 
Park Avenue, bet Second and Third 

from Brannan south 
Park Avenue, bet Fifth and Sixth 

from Harrison south 
Park Avenue, bet Mission and Lau- 
rel from West Avenue north and 

south 
Park Avenue, bet Odd Fellows' and 

Calvary Cemeteries from oeary south 
Park Iiane, bet Bryant and Brannan 

from Second west 
Park Ijane Xorth, bet Bryant and 

South Park from Third east 
Park Lane South, bet South Park; 

and Brannan from Third east 
Parker, near Rutledgc from Columbia 

Place east 
Paterson, bet San Bruno Road and 

Bernal Avenue from Courtland Ave- 
nue north 
Pennsylvania, hot Mississippi and 

Iowa from Sixteenth south 
Perine, bet California and Sacramento 

from Steiner west 
Perry, bet Harrison and Silver from 

Fifth east 
Persia Avenue, bet Brazil and Rus- 
sia Avenue from Countv Road south- 



Pfeiffer, bet Chestnut and Francisco 
from Stockton east 

Pierce, bet Steiner and Scott from 
Waller north 

Pinkney, bet Kearny and Dupont 
from Broadway north 

Pine, bet Bush and California from Mar- 
ket west 

Pixley, bet Filbert and Greenwich 
from Buchanan we*t 

Pleasant, bet Sacramento and Clay 
from Jones ea„t 

Plumas, bet Fresno and Mendocino 
from Wa er Front west 

Polk, bet Larkin and Van Ness Avenue 
from Marr.et north 

Polk I^ane, bet Pacific and Broadway 
from Stockton east 

Pollard Place, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from Vallejo north 

Pollock, bet Von Schmidt and the bay 
from Twenty-fourth Avenue south- 
west 

Pope, bet Amazon and Alison from 
Ccunty Road south 

Porter, bet Decatur and Bache from 
Crescent Avenue south 

Porter Avenue, bet County Road 
and Huron from Telegraph northeast 

Post, bet Sutter and Geary, from Market 
west 

Potrero, bet Utah and Jersey from 
Mission Creek south 

Potrero Avenue, near Bruno Aveuue 
from Railroad Avenue south 

Potter, bet Eleventh and Brady from 
Mar ;et south 

Powell, bet Stockton and Mason from 
Market north 

Powbattati, bit California Avenue 
and Lincoln from North Avenue east 

Prague, bet Munich and Dublin from 
want southwest 

Pratt Court, bet Stockton and Powell 
from California north 

Precita Avenue, near Twenty-sev- 
enth from Mission ea?t 

Precita Place, near Precita Avenue 
from Folsom east 

Prentiss, bet Banks and Sumner from 
California Avenue south 

Price Itow, bet Dupont and Stockton 
from Union south 

Priest, bet Jones and Leavenworth from 
Clay north 

Princeton, i>et Amherst and Univer- 
sity from Silver Avenue south 

Pringle, bet Montgomery and Sansom 
from Greenwich north 

Prospect Avenue, bet California 

Avenue and Chepultepec from COSO 
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Prospect Place, bet Stockton and 
Powell from California north 

Pulaski, be;: Ward and Schuyler from 
Courtland Avenue south 

Putnam, bet Schuyler and Allen from 
Courtland Avenue south 

4£, bet P and R from Islais Creek south- 
west 

Q, bet P and R from Ocean Beach east 

Quincy, be" Kearny and Dupont from 
Pine north 

CJuiney Place, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont fr< m Pine south 

Qui nit, bet Fourteenth and Ridley from 
Valencia West 

R, bet Q ana S from Islais Creek south- 
west 

R, bet Q and S from Ocean Beach east 

Railroad Avenue, bet Stringham 
and Swan from Sermon south 

Railroad Avenue, from Old San 
Jose Road near Marengo west 

Railroad Avenue, from First Ave- 
nue .-outh 

Railway Avenue, bet Seventeenth 
and Eighteenth from Dolores east 

Randal, bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
from Greenwich north 

Randall, bet Thirtieth and Fairmount 
from Mission west 

Randolph, bet Stanley and Central 
fiom Orizaba west 

Raphael Place, bet Mason and Tay- 
lor from O'Farrell north 

Rausch, bet Seventh and Eighth from 
Howard south 

Reed, bet Jones and Leavenworth from 
Clay north 

Reed Place, bet Montgomery and 
Kearny from Green south 

Renton Avenue, near Crescent Ave- 
nue from Laurel west 

Reservoir, bet Fourteenth and Ridley 
from Mar net west 

Rhode Island, bet Be Harro and 
Kansas from Mission Creek south 

Rice, bet Liebeg and Goethe from Tele- 
graph northwest 

Richmond, bet California and Sacra- 
lni. nto from Front west 

Richard, bet Channel and Gaven from 
Bruno Avenue southwest 

Ridley, bet Hermann and Fourteenth 
from Mission west 

Riley bet Sacramento and Clay from 
Taylor west 

Rincon, bet First and Stanley Place 
from Harrison south 

Riiicon Place, bet Folsom and Har- 
rison from Main west 

Ringold, bet Folsom and Harrison 
from Eighth west 



| Ritch, bet Third and Fourth from Fol- 
som south 

Roach, bet Taylo, and Jones from Fil- 
bert north 

Roanoke, bet Mateo and Castro from 
Bemis bouth 

Robbins Place, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from Union north 

Rock Place, bet Dupont and Stockton 
from Union south 

Romain, bet Seward and Twenty-first 
from Douglass west 

Rondel Place, bet Mission and Valen- 
cia from Sixteenth south 

Rose, bet Haight and Page from Market 

we it 
i Rose Alley, bet Market and Mission 

from New Montgomery west 
; Rosenkrans, bet Sumn.r and Car- 
ver fr an California Avenue south 

Rousch, bet Montgomery and Kearny 
from Sutter north 

Rowland Alley, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny from Broadway south 

Russ, bet Sixth and Seventh from How- 
ard south 

Russell, bet Gre n and Union from 
Hyde west 

Russia Avenue, bet Persia and 
France Avenues from County Road 
s >utheast 

Rutledge Avenue, btt Parker Ave- 
nue and Precita Place from Columbia 
Place east 

S, bet R and T from Islais Creek south- 
w,st 

S, bet R and T, from Ocean Beach east 

Sacramento, bet California and Clay 
from Market west 

Sadoiva, bet Broad and Sagamore from 
Old San Jose Road west 

Sagamore, bet Sadowa and Railroad 
Avenue from Old San Jos* 3 Road east 

Sal in a Place, bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton from California north 

Salmon, bet Mason and Taylor from 
Pacific north 

Salmon Place, bet Mason and Taylor 
from Green north 

Salome, near Gertrinus from Ker 
southwest 

San Kruno, bet Al'son and County 
Road from Telegraph north 

San Bruno Road, bet Bemal and 
California Avenues from Potrero Ave- 
nue south 

San LiOuis Alley, bet Dupont and 
Stockton from Jackson south 

San Higuel Road, from junction 
Twenty-sixth and Ocean View Road 
east 

Sanchez, bet church and Noe from 
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tery from Market north 

Santa Clara, bet Sixteenth and Mari- 
posa from the bay treat 

Scnecrcr Place* bet Pos*and Sutter 
from Mason west 

School Alley, bet Union and Filbert 
from Montgomery west 

Schuyler, bet Pulaski and Putnam 
from Courtland Avenue south 

Scotland, bet Powell and Mason from 
Filbert north 

Scott, bet North Avenue and Wool 
from Courtland Avenue north 

Scott, bet Pierce and l>evisadero from 
Ridley north 

Scott Place, bet Powell and Mason 
from Pacific north 

Second, bet First and Third from Mar- 
ket south 

Second Avenue, bet First and Third 
Avenue, fiom Almshouse Road north 

Second Avenue, bet First and Third 
Avenues from China northwest 

Second Avenue, bet Valencia and 
Guerrero from Seventeenth north 

Senator, bet Broadway and Yallejo 
from Davis west 

Seneca Avenue, bet Oneida and 
Geneva from Ocean House Road 
southeast 

Seventeenth, bet Sixteenth and 
Eighteenth from Harrison west 

Seventeenth Avenue, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth Avenues from 
Front northwest 

Seventeenth Avenue, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth Avenues from 
Z north 

Seventh, bet Sixth and Eighth from 
Market south 

Seventh Avenue, bet Sixth and 
Eighth Avenues from Alms House 
Road north 

Seventh Avcmu 1 , bet S : xth and 
Eighth Avenues from Water Front 
northwest 

Seward, bet Eagle and Stanton from 
Douglass west 

Sharon, be Church and Sanchez from 
Fifteenth s >utb 

Sharp, bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
from Union south 

Shasta, bet Napa and Sierra from Ver- 
mont west 

Shepliard Place, bet Clay and 
Washington from Mason east 

Sheridan, bet Folsom and Harrison 
from Tenth 

Sherman, bet Diamond and Castro 
from Twenty-third north 

Sherman, bet Bixth and Beventh from 
Folsom south 



Sherman, near Shields from Orizaba 

west 
Sherman Avenue, bet Farragat 

and sickles Avenue from Telegraph 

northwest 
Sherwood Place, bet Mission and 

Howard from Third east 
Shields, bet Sherman and Central from 

Orizaba west 
Shiller, bet Railroad Avenue and Mil- 
ton from Bismark west 
Ship, bet Dock and A from Fifth 

Avenue southwest 
Shipley, bet Folsom and Harrison from 

Fourth w< St 
Shiieider, bet Hernadotte and T from 

Sixth Avenue west 
Shot wel 1 . bet Howard and Folsom from 

Fourtei n b south 
Shrader, bet Cole and Stanyan from 

Fulton south 
Sickles Avenue, bet Liebig and 

Sherman Avenues from Telegraph 

northwest 
Sierra, bet Napa and Nevada from ,5 o- 

trero east 
Sigcl, bet Ellsworth and Butler from 

California Avenue south 
Silliman, bet Silver Avenue and Henry 

from Bruno Avenue west 
Silver, bet Perry and Bryant from 

Fourth cast 
Silver Avenue, bet Augusta and 

Railroad Avenues from Sixteenth Av- 
enue southwest 
Simpson Plaee, bet Harrison and 

Bryant, from First west 
Sixteenth, b t Fifteenth and Seven- 
th ••nth, from the ba\ h 
Sixteenth Avenue, bet Fifteenth 

and Seventeenth Avenues from Front 

northwest 
Sixteenth Avenue, bet Fift enth 

and Seventeenth Avenues, from Z 

north 
Sixth, bet Fifth and Seventh from Mar- 
ket Bouth 
Sixth Avenue, bet Fifth and Seventh 

Avenues, from Alms House R ad 

north 
Sixth Avenue, bet Fifth and - 

Avenues, from Water Front northwest 
Solano, bet Mariposa and Butt 

Harrison ■ 
Sonoma, bet Kearny and Dupont from 

Green north 
Sonoma, bet Nevada and Yolo from the 

bay west 
Sonoma Plaee, bet Kearny and i>u 

}ioiit from \ allejo north 
Sophie Te r r a c e , i>et Dupont and 

Stockton, from Tine north 
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from Cresc.nt Avenue 
South Park, bet Bryant and Brannan 

from Third east 
Spear, bet Steuart and Main from Mar- ! 

ket south 
Spofford, bet Dupont and Stockton 

from Clay north 
Spring, bet Montgomery and Kearny 

from California south 
St. Charles Place, bet Pacific and 

Broadway from Montgomery west 
St. Charles Place, bet Vallejo and 

Green from Kearny west 
iSt. -Louis Alley,' bet Dupont and 

Stockton from Jackson south 
St. Mary, bet Kearny and Dupont from 

Pine north 
Stamlish, bet Winslow and Bradford 

from California Avenue south 
Stanford, bet Second and Third, from 

Bran nan south 
Stanley, bet Randolph and Railroad' 

Avenues from Orizaba west 
: Stanley Place, bet Rincon and Sec- 
ond from Harrison south 
Stanton, bet Seward and Romain from ! 

Douglass west 
Stan. van, bet Shrader and Golden Gate 

Park from Fulton south 
, State, bet Victoria and Arch from Rail- 
road Avenue north 
Steiner, brt Fillmore and Pierce from 

Ridley north 
Steuart, bet East and Spear from Mar- 
ket south 
iSteveloe Place, b;t O'Farrell and 

Ellis from Jones east 
; Stevenson, bet Market and Mission 

from First west 
Storkton, bet Dupont and Powell from 

Market north 
; Stockton Place, bet Post and Sutter 

from Dupont west 
I Stone, bet Stockton and Powell from 

Washington north 
, Stoufs Alley, bet Dupont and Stock- 1 

ton from Jackson south 
Stringhain. bet Adele and Railroad 

Avenue from Ker north 
Sullivan, bet Carl and Grattan from 

Cole west 
Sullivan, bet Gates and Ward from j 

Courtland Avenue south * • 

Sullivan Alley, bet First and Second 

from Mission south 
Summer, bet Pine and California from 

Montgomery west 
Sumner, bet Prentiss and Rosenkrans 

from California south 
Sumner, bet Seventh and Eighth from 

Howard south 



Sutter, bet Post and Bush from ^Market 
west 

Swan, bet Railroad and Bernal Av- 
enues from Bernal Avenue south 

Sweeney, bet Gaven and Hal", from 
Bruno Avenue southwest 

Sweet, bet Taylor and Jones from 
Broadway north 

T, bet S and Shneider from Islais Creek 
southwest 

T, bet S and U, from Ocean Beach east 

Tara, bet Howth and Old San Jose from 
Ocean House Road southwest 

Tay, bet Powell and Mason from Sacra- 
mento north 

Taylor, bet Mason and Jones from Mar- 
ket north 

Taylor Place, bet Union and Filbert 
from Taylor east 

Taylor Place, bet Geary and Post 
from Taylor east 

Tehama, bet Howard and Folsom from 
First west 

Tehama Place, bet Howard and Fol- 
som from First east 

Telegraph or Xew Morse, bet 
County Road and County Line from 
Pope southwest 

Telegraph Place, b"t Kearny and 
Dupont, from Greenwich north 

Tennessee, bet Kentucky and Minne- 
sota, from Sixteenth south 

Tenth, bet Ninth and Eleventh from 
Market south 

Tenth Avenue, bet Ninth and Elev- 
enth Avenues from R northwest 

Tenth Avenue, bet Ninth and Elev- 
en;h Avenues from b'ront northwest 

Tevis, bet Dock and Von Schmidt from 
Twelfth Avenue i-outhwest 

Tevis. bet Third and Fourth from King 
south 

Texas, bet Mississippi and Missouri from 
Sixteenth south 

Theresa, bet ""ingley and Cotter from 
County Road northwest 

Third, bet Second and Fourth from 
Market south 

Third Avenue ,bet Second and Fourth 
Avenues from Alms House Road north 

Third Avenue ,bet Second and Fourth 
Avenues from China northwest 

Thirteenth, bet Twelfth and Four- 
teenth from Mission south 

Thirteenth Avenue, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth Avenues from U north 

Thirteenth Avenue, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth Avenues from Front 
northwest 

Thirtieth, near Twenty-ninth from 
Mission west 



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Thirtieth Avenue,bet Twenty-ninth Tingley, near Theresa from County 

and Thirty-first Avenues from the Road northwest 

County Line northwest Tomasa, near Montcalm from Califor- 

Thirtieth Avenue, bet Twenty-ninth ! nia Avenue east 

and Thirty-first Avenues fiom Z north Tonqilin , bet Jefferson and Lewis from 
Thirty-eighthAvenue, bet Thirty- ' Larkin west 

seventh and Thirty-ninth Avenues Torrens Court, bet Hyde and Larkin 

from the County Line northwest from Clay north 

Thirty-eighth Avenue, bet Thir- Tout-hard, bet Jones and LeaTenworth 

ty-seventh and Thirty-ninth Avenues from Pine south 

from Z north Townsend, bet Brannan and King 

Thirty- fifth Avenue, bet Thirty- ; from First west 

fourth and Thirty-sixth Avenues from Treat Avenue, bet Harrison and Fol- 

the Count} - Line northwest som, from Thirteenth south 

Thirty- Fifth Avenue, bet Thirty- Trinity, bet Montgomery and Kearny 

fourth and Thirty-sixth A a enues from ! from Sutter north 

Z north Truett, bet Clay and Washington from 

Thirty-first Avenue, bet Thirtieth Mason west 

and Thirty-second Avenues from the Tulare, fronting Islais Creek from the 

County Line northwest bay we-t 

Thirty-first Avenue, bet Thirtieth Turk, bet Jefferson Avenue and Eddy 

and Thirty-second Avenues from Z from Market west 

north Twelfth, bet El. venth and Thirteenth 

Thirty-fourth Avenue, bet Thir- j from Mission south 

ty-thirJ and Thirty-fifth Avenues from Twelfth Avenue, bet Eleventh and 

the County Line northwest Thirteenth Avenues from T north 

Thirty-fourth Avenue, bet Thir Twelfth Avenue, bet Eleven-hand 



ty-third and Thirty-fifth Avenues from 

Z north 
Thirty- ninth Avenue, bet Thirty- 

ty-eighth and Fortieth Avenues from ; 

the Countv Line northwest 
Thirty-ninth Avenue, be* Thirty- 1 

eighth and Fortieth Avenues from Z I 

noith 
Thirty-second Avenue, bet Thir- ! 

ty-first and Thirty-third Avenues from J 

the County Line northwest 
Thirty-second Avenue, bet Thir- j 

ty-first and Thirty-third Avenues from [ 



Thirteenth Avenues from Front north- 
west 

Twentieth, bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
ty-first from the baj west 

Twentieth Avenue, bet Nineteenth 
and Twenty-First Avenues from A 
northwest 

Twentieth Avenue, bet Nineteenth 
and Twenty-first Avenues, from Z 
north 

Twenty-eighth, bet Twenty-seventh j ! 
and Twenty-ninth from Guerrero I 
west 



Z north Twenty-eighth Avenue, bet 

Thirty-seventh Avenue, bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty-ninth 

Thirty-sixth and Thirty-eighth Aven- Avenues from the County Line north- 

ues from the County Line northwest | west 

Thirty-seventh Avenue, bet Twenty-eighth Avenue, bet 
Thirty-sixth and Thirty-eighth Aven- I Twenty-seventh and Twenty-ninth I 
ues from Z north Avenues from Z north 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, bet Thirty- Twenty-fifth, bet Twenty-fourth and 
fifth and Thirty-seventh Avenues from I Twenty-sixth from Potrero west 
the County Line northwest Twenty-fifth Avenue, bet Twen- 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, bet Thirty- 1 fourth and T we n tj- eixth Avenues 
fifth and Thirtv-seventh Avenues from f r« >m the bay northwe-t 

Z north Twenty-fifth Avenue, bet Twen- 

Thirty-Third Avenue, bet Thirty- ty-fourth and Twenty-sixth Avenues 

second and Thirty-fourth Avenues from Z north 

from the County Line northwest Twenty-first, bet Twentieth and, 

Thirty-Third Avenue, bet Thirty- Twenty-second from Potrero vest 

second and Thirty-fourth Arena s Twenty-first Avenue, bet Twen- 
from Z north tieth and Twenty ceco n d Avenues 

Thornton, near Monticello from Cen- 1 from A northwest 

tral north Twenty-First Avenue. betTwen- 

Tilford, bet Bryant and Brannan from j tieth and Twenty S e co n d Avenues 
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Twenty-fourth Avenue, bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth from 
Potre.o west 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, bet 
Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth Aven- 
ues from the bay northwest 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, bet 
Twenty-third an J Twenty-fifth Aven- 
ues from Z north 

Twenty-ninth, bet Twenty-eight and 
Thirtieth from Old San Jose Road 
west 

Twenty-ninth Avenue, bt Twen- 
ty-eighth and Thirtieth Avenues from 
the County ^ine northwest 

Twenty-ninth Avenue , bet Twen- 
ty-eighth and Thirtieth Avenues, from 
Z north 

Twenty-second, bet Twenty-first 
and Twenty-third from Potrero west 

Twenty-seeond Avenue, bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-third Aven- 
ues from A northw.st 

Twenty-seeond Avenue, bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-third Aven- 
ues from Z north 

Twenty-seventh, bet Twenty-sixth 
and Twenty-eighth from Gu rrero 
west 

Twenty-seventh Avenue, bet 
Twent3 r -sixth and Twenty-eighth Av- 
enues from the County Line north- 
west 

Twenty-seventh Avenue, bet 
Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth Av- 
enues from Z north 

Twenty-sixth, bet Twenty-fifth and 
Twenty-seventh from York west 

Twenty-sixth Avenue, bet Twen- 
ty-fifth and Twenty-seventh Avenues 
from the bay northwest 

Twenty-sixth Avenue, bet Twen- 
ty-fifth and Twenty-seventh Avenues 
from Z north 

Twenty-third, bet Twenty-second 
and Twenty-fourth from Potrero west 

Twenty-third Avenue, bet Twen- 
second and Twenty-fourth Avenues 
from A northwest 

Twenty-third Avenue, bet Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-fourth Ave- 
nues from Z north 

Tyler, (sec Jefferson Avenue) 

U, bet T and V from Ocean Beach cast 

Unadilla Avenue, bet Geneva and 
Mount Vernon Avenues from Wyom- 
ing northwest 

Union, bet Filbert and Green from 
Front west 

Union, bet Jefferson and Old Hickory 
from San Bruno Road west 

Union Plaee, bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton from Green north 



University, bet Princeton and College 

from Silver Avenue south 
Utah, bet Nebraska and Potrero from 

Nevada south 
V, bet U and W from Ocean Beach east 
Vallejo, bet Green and Broadway from 

Davis west 
Vallejo Alley, bet Dupont and 

Stockton from Vallejo south 
Valley, bet Twenty-eighth and Twen- 
ty-ninth from Old San Jose Road 

west 
Valparaiso, bet Filbert and Green- 
wich from Mason west 
Van Xess Avenue, bet Polk and 

Franklin from Market north 
Van de water, bet Francisco and Bay 

from Powell west 
Varennes, bet Kearny and Dupont 

from Union north 
: Vassal* Plaee, bet Second and Third 

from Harrison south 
I Venard Alley, bet Powell and Mason 

from Chestnut south 
\ Ver Mehr, bet Post and Sutter from 

Kearny east 
Vermont, bet Kansas and Nebraska 

from Mission Creek south 
Vernon, bet Arch and Walnut from 

Stanley north 
Vernon, bet Green and Union from 

Hyde east 
j Vernon Plaee, bet Mason and Tay- 
lor from Jackson south 
' Verona Plaee, bet Folsom and Har- 
rison from Third east 
Viclcshurg, ,bet Church and Sanchez 

from Twenty-first south 
Victoria, bet' Florence and State from 

Railroad Avenue north 
| Vienna, bet Naples and Athens from 

Silver Avenue southwest 
Vincent, bet Montgomery and Kearny 

from Green north 
Virginia, bet New Fork and Ohio from 

the bay south 
Virginia, bet Stockton and Powell 

from Washington north 
Virginia Avenue, bet Twenty-ninth 

and Thirtieth from Mission east 
Virginia Place, bet Pine and Cali- 
fornia from Dupont west 
Virginia Place, bet Stockton and 

Powell from Broadway south 
Von Schmidt, bet Tevis and Pollock 

from Fifteenth Avenue southwest 
Vorrath Place, bet Bush and Pine 

from Larkin east 
W, bet U and X, from Ocean Beach east 
Waller, bet Haight and Kate from 

Market west 
"Wall's Place, bet Leavenworth and 

Hvdc from Jackson north 



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Wallace Place, bet Kearny and Du- 
pont from California north 

Walnut, bet Vernon and Ford from 
Randolph north 

Walnut Avenue, bet Post and Sut- 
ter from Larkin west 

Ward, bet Sullivan and Pulaski from 
Courtland Avenue south 

Warden, bet Stockton and Powell from 
Francisco north 

Warren, bet Whitney and Bartlett 
from Thirtieth south 

Warren Place, bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth from Mission south 

Washington, bet Jackson and Clay 
from East west 

Washington Avenue, bet Folsom 
and Columbia Place from Precita 
Avenue south 

"Washington Avenue, bet Ninth 
and Tenth from Mission south 

Washington Place, bet Kearny and 
Dupont from Jackson south 

Water, bet Chestnut and Francisco 
from Mason west 

Water , near Railroad Avenue from Ker 
Avenue southwest 

"Water Front, fronting the bav from 
lslais south 

Waver ly Place, bet Dupont and 
Stockton from Sacramento north 

"Way land, bet Bacon and Woolsey 
from Potrero Avenue west 

Wayne, bet Kosciusko and Gates from 
Courtland Avenue south 

Wehb, bet Montgomery and Kearny 
from California north 

Wehb Place, bet Green and Union 
from Mas<m west 

Webster, bet Buchanan and Fillmore 
from Ridley north 

"Webster, bet Kearny and Montgom- 
ery from Lombard north 

Wells Court, bet Dupont and Stork- 
ton from Lombard south 

"Welsh, bet Bryant and Brannan from 
Fourth east 

West Avenue, bet Courtland and 
Crescent Avenues from Mission east 

"West End Alley, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin from Green north 

Wetmore, bet Powell and Mason from 
Clay north 

Wheelock. Place, bet Stockton and 
Powell from Vallejo north 

White, bet Hyde and Larkin from Val- 
lejo north 

White Place, bet Seventh and 
Eighth from Bryant south 

White's Place, bet Sutter and Bush 
from Jones ast 



"Whiting, bet Lombard and Chestnut 
from Dupont east 

"Whitney, bet Dame and Warren from 
Thirtieth south 

'Whitney, bet Howard and Mission 
from Fifteenth south 

AVildey, bet Bush and Pine from Web- 
ster west 

William, bet Taylor and Jones from 
Post south 

William Place, bet Dupont and 
Stockton from California north 

"Williams, bet Holyoke and Goettin- 
gen from Silver Avenue south 

"Williamson, bet Boyce and Chare 
from Point Lobos Avenue north 

Willow, bet Fifth and Sixth from Fol- 
som south 
I WillOW, bet Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth from Mission west 
! Willow Avenue, bet Eddy and Ellis 
from Larkin west 

Winslow, near Standish from Califor- 
nia Avenue south 

Winter, bet Powell and Mason from 

O'Farrell north 
, Winter Place, bet Green and Union 
from Mason east 

"Wisconsin, bet Arkansas and Caro- 
lina from Sixteenth south 

"Wolff, near Montcalm from California 
Avenue east 

Wood, bet Eugenie and Collins from 
Point Lobos Avenue north 

Wool, bet Scott and McClellan from 
North Avenue south 

"Woolsey, bet Wayland and Dwfght 
from Potrero Avenue w st 

Worden Avenue, bet Nagle and 
Farragut Avenues from County R iad 
northwest 

Y, bet X and Z from Ocean Beach east 

Vale, bet Cambridge and Amherst 
from Silver Avenue south 

Yerba Buena, be' Mason and Taylor 
from Sacramento north 

Yolo, bet Sonoma and Yuba from the 
hay west 

York, bet Hampshire and Florida from 
Mission Creek south 

Yuba, bet Yolo and Colusa from the 
buy West 

X . 1> t W and Y from Ocean Beach cast 

Z. near W from Ocean Beach east 

■oe, bet Third and Fourth from Bryant 
Boutb 

Zoe Place, bet Fremont and Bealc 
from Folsom south 



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BLOCKS AND BUILDINGS, AND HALLS. 



BLOCKS AND KM LI>IX4;m. 

ACADEMY BUILDING, N s Pine bet 
Montgomery and Sansom 

ALHAMBRA BUILDING, 323 Bush 

ALTA CALIFORNIA BUILDING, 529 Cal 

BANCROFT'S BUILDING, 721-725 Market 

BELDEN'S BLOCK, SW cor Montgomery 
and Bush 

BLUMENBERG BUILDING, SW cor 
Pine and Sansom 

BRITTAN'S BUILDING, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Davis 

BROADWAY BUILDING, NW cor Broad- 
way and Kearny 

CENTRAL PACIFIC R R CO'S BUILD- 
ING, NE cor 4th and Townsend 

CHANGE HOUSE, SW cor Montgomery 
and California 

CHRONICLE BUILDING, NE cor Bush 
and Kearnv 

COGSWELL'S BUILDING, SE cor Clark 
and Front 

COMMERCIAL BLOCK, SE cor California 
and Front 

COURT BLOCK, 636 Clay 

DIVIDEND BUILDING, NWcor Pine and 
Leidesdorff 

EXEMPT BUILDING, W s Brenham 
Place bet Clay and Washington 

FIREMEN'S FUND BUILDING, SW cor 
California and Sansom 

FRANK'S, W s Brenham Place bet Clay 
and Washington 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE, NWcor San- 
som and Washington 

HAYWARD'S BUILDING. 415-423 Cal 

LICK BLOCK, W s Montgomery bet Sut- 
ter and Post 

MARTIN'S BLOCK, S s Market bet 7th 
and 8th 

MASONIC TEMPLE, NW cor Montgom- 
ery and Post 

McCREERY'S NEW BUILDING, 310 Pine 

MECHANICS INSTITUTE, 27 Post 

MECHANICS PAVILION, NE cor Mission 
and 8th 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY BUILDING, 
N s Bush bet Sansom and Mont 

MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE, S s Calif or 
nia be f Montgomery and Leidesdorff 

MONTGOMERY BLOCK, SE cor Mont- 
gomery and Washington 

MORRISON'S BUILDING, NW cor Pine 
and Liedsdorff 

MURPHY, GRANT & CO'S BUILDING, 
NE i or Sansom and Bush 

NEVADA BLOCK, NW cor Montgomery 
and Pins 

ODD FELLOWS BUILDING, 323-327 
Montuom^rj 

ORIENTAL BLOCK, SW cor Bush and 
Battery 



(PACIFIC BANK BUILDING, NW cor 

Sansom and Pine 
PACIFIC EXCHANGE, 316 Montgomery 
PIONEERS' BUILDING, 808 Mont 
REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATES BUILD- 
ING, 230 Montgomerv 
SAFE DEPOSIT CO'S BUILDING, SE 

cor Montgomery and California 
SAN FRANCISCO 'STOCK EXCHANGE 

BUILDING, 327-337 Pine 
SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY'S 

BUILDING, 619 Clay 
SHERMAN'S BUILDING, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Clay 
THURLOW BLOCK, 126 Kearnv 
WASHINGTON BLOCK, 1-17 Mont Aye 
YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION. 232 Sutter 

HALL.S. 

AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIA- 
TION, 713 Mission 

APOLLO, 808 Pacific 

ARMORY, 134 Fourth 

CHARTER OAK, 771 Market 

COLUMBUS, 1S7 Stevenson 

DASHAWAY, 141 Post 

DRUIDS, 413 Sutter 

EUREKA TURN VEREIN, 706 Powell 

FANUIEL, 751 Market 

FLORENCE, 246 Third 

FRANKLIN, SE cor Eddy and Pierce 

GOLDEN GATE, 1620 Pacific Ave 

GRAND ARMY REPUBLIC, 71 New 
Montgomery 

GRAND CENTRAL, SE cor 6th and Mkt 

GRAND WESTERN, 1334 Bish 

HAMILTON, 1517 Stein. r 

HIBERNIA. 246 Third 

HORTICULTURAL, 305 Stockton 

HUDDY'S, S s Market bet 5th and 6th 

IMPROVED ORDER RED MEN, 320 
Post 

INDEPENDENT ORDER RED MEN, 510 
Bush 

IRISH-AMERICAN, 818 Howard 

KING'S, 2131 Mission 

LOUGHEAD'S, 1603* Polk 

MASONIC. 6 Post 

MECHANICS', 27 Post 

ODD FELLOWS', 325 Montgomerv 

OLD TURN VEREIN, 620 Bush ' 

PACIFIC, N s Bush bet Kearnv and Dup 

PIXLEY, 1534 Pac-'fic Ave 

PLATTS' MUSIC, 216 Montgomery 

SAN FRANCISCO TURN VEREIN, S s 
Turk nr Hvde 

SARATOGA, 814 Geary 

UNION, S s Howard bet 3d and 4th 

WASHINGTON, 35 Eddy 

WESTERN ADDITION MUSIC, 2414 Cal 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION, 232 Sutter 



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ALMS HOUSE, N s Mission House Road 
near Laguna Honda 

APPRAISER'S BUILDING (new), NWcor 
Sansom and Washington 

APPRAISER'S BUILDING (old), SW cor 
Batter}' and Jackson 

CITY AND COUNTY HOSPITAL, E s 
Potrero Ave bet 21st and 23d 

COUNTY JAIL. N s Broadway bet Kearny 
and Dupont 

CUSTOM HOUSE, W s Battery bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson 

BOUSE OF CORRECTION, Old San Jose 
Road near Ocean House Road 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Old San Jose 
Road near Ocean House Road 

NEW CITY HALL, S s McAllister bet 
Market and Larkin 

OLD CITY HALL, E s Kearny bet Wash- 
ington and Merchant 

POST OFFICE, NW cor Washington and 
Battery 

SUB TREASURY, 608 Commercial 

UNITED STATES MINT, NW cor Mission 
and 5th 

PUBLIC PARKS AX1) 
SQUARES. 

ALAMO SQUARE, bet "Steiner, Hayes, 

Scott and Fulton 
ALT A PLAZA, bet Steiner, Scott, Clay 

and Jackson 
BUENA YISTA PARK, bet Broderick, 

Lott, 15th and Haight 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, entrance Baker 

bet Oak and Fell 
HAMILTON SQUARE, bet Geary Post, 

Steiner and Scott 
HOLLY PARK, Es Mission near St. 

Marv's College 
JACKSON PARK, bet Santa Clara, Mari- 
posa, Arkansas and Carolina 
JEFFERSON SQUARE, bet Gough, La- 

guna, Tvler and Eddy 
LAFAYETTE SQUARE, Gough, Laguna, 

Sacramento and Washington 
LOBOS SQUARE, bet Laguna, Webster, 

Chestnut and Bay 
PIONEER PARK, bet Filbert, Greenwich, 

Kearny and Montgomery 
UNION SQUARE, bet Stockton, Powell, 

Gearv anil Post 
WASHINGTON SQUARE, bet Srockton, 

Powell, Union and Filbert 

WHARVES. 

BATTERY STREET WHARF, foot of 

Batter v 
BEALE STREET WHARF, foot of Beale 
BROADWAY WHARF, fool of Broadway 
CENTRA L PACIFIC R A i LROAD 

( 0*8 WHARF, fool of 2nd 



CHANNEL STREET WHARF, foot of 

Channel 
EAST STREET BULKHEAD, from foot 

of Market to Howard 
EUREKA WHARF, junction of Mont- 
gomery and Francisco 
FISHERMAN'S WHARF, bet Green and 

Yallejo 
FOLSOM STREET WHARF, foot Folsom 
FRONT STREET WHARF, junction of 

Front and Union 
GREEN STREET WHARF, fool of Green 
HARRISON STREET WHARF, foot of 

Harrison 
HOWARD STREET WHARF, foot of 

Howard 
INDIA DOCK, foot of Front 
JACKSON STREET WHARF, foot of 

Jackson 
LA RUE'S WHARF, East bet Mission and 

Market 
MAIN STREET WHARF, foot of Main 
MARKET STREET WHARF, foot of Mar- 

ket 
MEIGGS WHARF, foot of Powell 
MERCHANTS DRY DOCK, Bryant bet 

Main and Spear 
MISSION STREET WHARF, foot of 

Mission 
NORTH POINT WHARF, junction of 

Sansom and Chestnut 
OAKLAND FERRIES WHARF, foot of 

Market 
WASHINGTON STREET WHARF, foot 

of Washington 
ORIENTAL DOCK, foot 1st and Bran nan 
PACIFIC MAIL S S CO. WHARF, junc- 
tion of 1st and Brannan 
PACIFC STREET WHARF, foot of Pac 
SAN FRANCISCO GAS LIGHT DCS 

WHARF, foot of Retiv 
SPEAR STREET WHARF, foot Spear 
UNION STREET WHARF, junction ,,f 

Union and Front 
YALLEJO STREET WHARF, foot of Yal- 
lejo 

FIRE ALARM BOXES. 

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marked thus"] 
2 S W cor Mason and Lombard. 

i. cor Btoekton ami Greenwich. 
4 N W cor Sansome and Greenwich. 

■ r > N E cor Mattery and Union. 

I B E cor Montgomery and Green, 

"7 S E cor Kearny and Union. 

8 S W cor l'"Wiil and Union. 
y n l: cor Dupont ami Yallejo. 

15 X W ecir California and Kearny. 

18 s \v ( <>r Pronl and Broadway 
*H BW cor Btoekton and Broadway. 

16 s \v cor Clay and East. 



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X W cor Mason and Pacific. 


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N E cor Pacific and Kearny. 


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X W cor Filbert and Jones. 


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S W cor Sansome and Jackson. 


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S E cor Hyde and Washington. 


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N E cor Davis and Washing-ton. 


127 


S E cor Broadway and Polk. 


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City Hall. 


128 


S E cor Clay and" Leavenworth. 


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S E cor Clay and Taylor. 


129 


X W cor Pacific and Leavenworth 


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S E cor Clay and Powell. 


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S W cor Pine and Mason. 




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N W cor Washington and Dupont. 


134 


S E cor Bush and Hyde. 


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N E cor Clay and Battery. 


135 


S E cor Bush and Polk. 


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X W cor Montgomery and Com 


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X E cor Post and Van Ness ave. 


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S W cor Pine and Dupont. 


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X W cor Post and Larkin. 


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X W cor Stockton and California. 


138 


X W cor California and Larkin. 


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S W cor Sansome and Halleck. 


139 


S E cor O'Farrell and Hyde. 


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S W cor Mission and Steuart. 


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X E cor Valencia and 20th. 


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S E cor Montgomery and Pine. 


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X E cor Mission and 22d. 


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N W cor Folsom and Steuart. 


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X W cor Folsom and 22d. 


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N W cor Battery and Bush. 


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S W cor Folsom and 16th. 


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S W cor Market and 2d. 


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X E cor Howard and 20th. 


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N W cor Howard and Spear. 


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X E cor Mission and 10th. 


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N W cor Sutter and Jones. 


*149 


S W cor Folsom and 18th. 


f? 


*42 


S E cor Geary and Mason. 


*152 


X W cor Brannan and 8th. 


W 


43 


O'Farrell near Mason. 


"153 


X W cor Harrison and 7th. 


CM 


45 


N W cor O'Farrell and Jones. 


"154 


X W cor Bryant and 6th. 


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46 


X W cor Sutter and Kearny. 


156 


X E cor 4th and Bern-. 


O 


47 


S W cor Market and Powell. 


157 


South side of Folsom east of 4th. 


-0> 


48 


X E cor Market and Kearny. 


158 


South side of Folsom, east of 5th. 


^ 


49 


X W cor Stockton and Sutter. 


159 


Engine Xo. 6, 6th near Folsom. 


l-J 


51 


X W cor Folsom and Beale. 


162 


S E cor Pacific and Franklin. 


<+H 


52 


S W cor Mission and Fremont. 


163 


X E cor Sacramento and Franklin 


o 


53 


3d and King or King E, 3d on oil mill. 


164 


S E cor Clay and Polk. 


Ph 


54 


Engine Xo. 4, 2d near Howard. 


*172 


X E cor McAllister and Buchanan 




56 


Xorth side Bryant, west of 1st. 


"173 


S W cor Ellis and Buchanan. 


•PI 


57 


X W cor Brannan and 2d. 


*174 


X E cor Turk and Filmore. 


H 


58 


X W cor Folsom and 1st. 


"115 


S W cor Webster and Gro'-e. 


59 


P M S S Co's Wharf, foot of 1st. 


182 


S E cor 6th and Townsend. 


J 


61 


S W cor Howard and 3d. 


183 


S E cor Mission and 8th. 


62 


S W cor Mission and 4th. 


192 


X W cor California and Front. 


8 


63 


X E cor Harrison and 4th. 


"193 


S W cor Hyde and Chestnut. 


64 


S W cor Howaad and 5th. 


194 


S W cor Stockton and Francisco. 


M 


65 


S W cor Mission and 6th. 


"213 


8 W cor Bush and Buchanan. 


. 5 


07 


X E cor Harrison and Hawthorne. 


*214 


X E cor Bush and Steiner. 


K 


68 


X E cor Brannan and 4th. 


"215 


S W cor Washington and Webster 


b 


69 


S W cor Bryant and 3d. 


*216 


S E cor Sacramento and Filmore. 


71 


S W cor Mission and 11th. 


*217 


S E cor Bush and Devisadero. 


-U 


72 


S E cor Mission and 13th. 


*218 


X E cor Post and Filmore. 


r— ? 


73 


S E cor Howard and 8th. 


-231 


S E cor Howard and 24th. 


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*74 


Engine Xo. 7, 16th st. 


"234 


X W cor Harrison and 24th. 


«*H 


75 


S W cor Jones and McAllister. 


'235 


City and County Hospital. 


m 


76 


S W cor Market and Hayes. 


"236 


X E cor Mission and 26th. 


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78 


X E cor Folsom and 9th. 


"237 


S E cor Dolores and 22d. 


79 


X W cor Folsom and 12th. 


*23S 


XE cor Santa Clara and Potrero Ave. 


81 


S E cor Franklin and Hayes. 


*241 


S E cor Gough and Bush. 


*82 


X E cor Fulton and Gough. 


"243 


8 E cor Clay and Pierce. 


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*83 


X E cor Octavia and Oak. 


"245 


S W cor Geary and Steiner. 


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84 


Valencia and Market. 


~240 


S E cor Gearv and Devisadero. 


"85 


X E cor Laguna and Hayes. 


*247 


X W cor Turk and Scott. 


£ 


*S7 


X W cor Broadway and Montg. 


'248 


X E cor Devisadero and Fulton. 


o 


91 


X E cor Hyde and Turk. 


*254 


X E cor Union and Pierce. 


o 


92 


X E cor Franklin and Tu k. 


*261 


Stevenson and Ecker. 


93 


X E cor Jones and Turk, 


*271 


Church and 17th. 


^J 


94 


S E cor Polk and Ellis. 


"273 


Eighteenth east of Castro. 


^ 


95 


X E cor Market and Taylor. 


*274 


Guerrero and 24th. 


*123 


S E cor Hyde and Union 


*231 


San Bruno Road and 28th. 


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Ave Avenue 

Bat Battery 

Bran Brannan 

Broad Broadway 

Brod Br ode rick 

Cal California 

Com.. .Commercial 



ABBREV 

Dev Devisadero 

Dol Dolores 

Dor Dorian d 

Dup Dupont 

Filb Filbert 

Fill Fillmore 

Fol Folsom 

Fre Fremont 

Guer Guerrero 



ATIOX*. 

Har Harrison 

How Howard 

Jack Jackson 

Kear Kearney 

Leav . . Leavenworth 
Leid.. ..Leidesdorff 
Merch.. ..Merchant 

Miss Mission 

Mont . . Montgomery 



Pac Pacific 

PI Place 

P. i\v Powell 

.Sacrament.> 

San San so in 

Stew. ..Stevenson 

Sut Sutter 

Stock Stockton fxj 

Wash.. Washington m 



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Aarox David, pleating, 153 6th 
Aaron Joseph, hair-dresser, 534 Third 
Aaron Mary Mrs, dressmaker, 915 Stock 
Abadie — Mine, midwife, 710 Lombard 
Abbes F, house-painter, 1608 Hyde 
Abbiste Albino, wines and liquors, 1108 

Stockton 
Abbot Downing Co, 46 New Montgomery 
Abbot Edward, bakerv, 323 5th 
ABBOTS PAVUTO WORKS, 
John Hughes supt, 22 montgomery, 
works cor 6th and Channel 
Abbot&ford House, Michael Brogan pro- 
prietor, N s Broadway nr Larkin 
Abbott F B, dressmaker, 1529 Market 
Abbott Margaret Mrs, groceries, 51 Louisa 
Abb..tt Osborn, stock broker, 316 Cal 
Abbott William, propr Chronicle Lodging 

House. 32 4th 
ABBOTT WILLIAM JIBS, 

teacher dress cutting, 36 Turk 
Abi 11 Alexander G, grand secretarv Kami 

A M, 6 Post 
Abels s E. att'vat law, 36 Mont* block 
\BK\1> POST. S F Abend Publish- 
ing Co, 535 California 
Ahendroth Frederick, tailor, 2518 Miss 
Abenheimer Julius, commission mer- 
chant, 20 Sanson) 
Abraham Abraham, aecond hand cloth- 
ing, 400 Paciflc 
Abraham Joseph, clothing, 108 Jackson 



Abraham Meyer, tailor, 1103 Pine 
Abraham Phillip, dry goods, 44 6th 
Abrahams F, butcher, 1402 Stockton 
Abrahams Louis, clothing, 6 Clay 
'Abrahams M Mrs, dressmaker, 938 Fol 
Abrahams Solomon, liquor saloon, 208 

Steuart 
J Abrahams & Brother (Abe and Hyman) 

hair-dressers, 6 Turk 

Abrahams & Spiro (Lewis Abrahams ami £-£ 

Morris Spiro), watchmakers ami £5" 

jewelers, 13 Kearny 0^ 
ABBAIIAlfSKX XELS, coffee I -, 

and iiqnor saloon, 521 East l y 

Abrahamsick Anton, liquor saloon, 1210 v$ 

Market ' j. 

Abrahamson Peter, stoves, 939 Market ^. 

Abram Ann, urnished rooms, 915 Market £* 

Abramovich Bros (John), fruits and *■** 

cigars, 1501 Polk o 

Abramovich & Serovich, (A Abramovich ^ 

and T Serovich) fruits, 17041 Polk £d 

Abrams A .T, hair-dresser, 1305 Leav 2 

A Hit A1IS HEBSAX, fruits and ^ 

vegetables, 238 4th g". 

Abrams baac, clothing, 431 Pacific and .£* 

126 3rd UC * 

Abrams Samuel, ti | !it, 14o o 

• uiciy 

Abrams St Carroll (John Abrams and td 

George L Carroll), wholesale drug- y' 

• 1 E Front tt» 

Abramsoii ,v Bacon (Edward Abramson fc^" 

and Gaston E Bacon), druggists 717 rjtj 

Clay and s\v cor Dupont and Suttai 



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Acker F V, carpenter and builder, 1207 
Polk 

Acker V Mrs, dressmaker, 317 Satter 

Ackerman Bros (S S, Hart S, Isidore S 
and Isidore H Ackerman), whole- 
sale and retail crockery, fancy goods 
and varieties, 123 Kearny and 207 
Sutter 

Ackerman C L, attorney at law, 426 Cal 

Ackerson George T, s'tock broker, 314 
Montgomery 

Acton Richard, harnesses and saddles, 
2760 Mission. 

Adam & Kibbe (Thomas Adam and 
Millard Kibbe), wines and liquors, 
cor Market and Geary 

Adams A C, attorney at law, 39 Mont- 
gomery Block 

Adams Amos, publisher California Pat- 
ron, 106 Davis 

Adams A P, manufacturer compressed 
coffee, 51 Fremont 

ADAMS CHRISTOPHER, 
gunsmith, cut'er and locksmith, 508 
Commercial 

Adams Conrad, liquor saloon, 7 Wash 

ADAMS ElmOK, real estate, 92 
Montgomery Block 

Adams House, * Clark Clapp proprietor, 
517 Sacramento 

Adams Jacob, propr Broadway Brewery, 
637 Broadway 

Adams James, capitalist, 206 Kearny 

Adams Joel, bakery, 725 Brannan 

Adams Johanna Mrs, dressmaker 1112 
Mason 

Adams John Q, attornev at law, 604 Clay 

ADAMS LAWSOX S (Adams, Mc- 
Neill & Co, Sacramento), 405 Front 

ADAMS, McXEIIX A CO, 
merchants (Sacramento), 405 Front 

Adams Samuel, harness-maker, 1232 Mar- 
ket 

Adams William J, lumber dealer, 17 Steu- 
art 

ADAMS A RUTIiER (James 
Adams and Thomas J Butler), hay 
and grain, 42 and 44 Clay 

Adams & Carter (John M* Adams and 
William F Carter), mining and me- 
chanical engineers, 109 California, 

Adcock E Mrs, milliner, 221 Post 

Adelphi Theatre, Ned Buckley proprietor, 
607 California 

Adelsdorf Ernest & Co, wholesale teas, 
coffees, spices and yeast powder, 406 
Sansom 

Adler B Mrs, bakery, 1026 Larkin 

Adler David, crockerv and tinware, 1009 
Stockton 

|^Etna Insurance Co (Hartford Conn,) 
George C Broadman manager, 311 
California 



Mtn& Iron Works, Pendergast, Smith & 

Co. proprietors, 217 Fremont 
./Etna Life Insurance Co, C W Dannal 

agent, 504 Kearny 
Afeld Joseph, stationery etc, 805 Larkin 
Aherene M J, stockbroker, 331 Montg 
Ahem — Mrs, bakery, 1820 Ellis 
Ah^rn James, wood and coal, 1113 Bryant 
Ahern John M, liquor salocn, 213 Larkin 
Ahern P E, tailor, 2021 Mission 
Ahern & Co (Martin Ahern and Denis W 

Long), fruit and produce, 208 Wash- 
ington 
Ahlbach Jacob, plumber, 231 4th 
Ahlborn House, Ahlborn and Boeckmann 

proprs, 321 Dupont 
Ahlborn & Boeckmann (Charles Ahlborn & 

George Boeckmann), prop'rs Ahlborn 

House, 321 Dupont 
Ahlenfeld Morris D, cigars and tobacco, 

103 £ 5th 
Ahlerti George, wines and liquors, 229 

Spear 
Ahlers John D, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor Valencia and 23d 
Ahlers & Bockmann (J H Ahlers and D H 

Boc :mann), groceries and liquors. 

1313 Polk 
Ahnert August, junk dealer, 318 Francisco 
Ahrens C, watchmaker and jeweler, 616 

Washington 
Ahrens D & G, groceries and liquors, 138 

3d and liquor saloon SW cor Mission 

and Main 
Ahrens Henry & Co (Henry Tietjen and 

Theodore V Borstel), proptr Chicago 

Brewery, 1420-1434 Pine 
Ahrens Jacob H, liquor saloon, S) 

Commercial and Davis 
Ahrens & Shattuck (Nicholas Ahrens and 

O J Shattuck), groceries and lijuort, 

NW cor 2d and Minna 
Aiken William H, attorney at law, 620 

Washington 
Ainsa M, groceries, Hayes Valley Market 
Ainsworth D H & Co (H H Cowles), kin 

dling wood manufacturers, 770 Bryant 
AIR SPACE ROIIiER COY 

ERIXCi CO, GC Fowler 

ger, 413 Pacific 
AITKEX & CO, (Wm Aitken), real 

estate agents, 331 Kearny 
Alameda Building and Loan Association 

M Friedrich secretary, 309 California 
Alameda Real Estate Associates, James E 

Damon manager 607 Montgomery 
Alaska Commercial Co, John F Mil'er 

president, 312 Sansom 
Albany Brewery, F Hagemann & Co 

71-75 Everett 
Alberg Mary Mrs, dreosmaker, 1216 Pow 
Albers Marcus, groceries and liquors, 335 

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Albers & Schmidt (A Albers and Henry 
Schmidt), oyster dealers, 50-52 Cali- 
fornia Market 
Albert-on J A, physician, 113 Taylor 
Albiez Ehrhardt, wines and liquor*, 

SW cor 10- h and Folsom 
Albion Brewery, Burnell & Turner, 
proptrs, cor 9 h Avenue and G, office 
519 Sacramento 
Albrecht Richard, bakery, 109 Taylor 
Albright Frederick, linuor saloon, Ken- 
tucky, bet Merrimac and Berry 
Albrigi Demetrio, wood and coal, 3*5 

Broadway 
ALCAYAGA JOSE, groceries and 

liquors, 524 Broadway 
Alcide — Mme, laundry, 511 Hyde 
Aldrich L, attorney at law, 22 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Aldrich W A, capi alist, 314 California 
Alers Augustus, physician, 10 Ellis 
Alex J b , restaurant, 1408 Stockton 
Alexander C M, crockery and tinware, 

211 4th 
Alexander D & Co (David Alexander), 
manufacturer cigars, 314 Sacramento 
Alexander Isaac, shoemaker, 404 Pacific 
Alexander Isham E, carpenter, 7 Trinitv 
ALEXANDER JAMES, wood, 

Berry St Wharf 
Alexander Leopold, house painter, 851 

Harrison 
Alexander Lyman, corset maker, 615 Bush 
Alexander Philip, fancy goods, 2762 Miss 
Alexander Samuel O & Co (A Marcus), 

importers clothing, 4 Battery 
Alexander T Mrs, physician, 1303 Larkin 
Alexander W H Mrs, ladies' hairdresser, 

914 Pacific 
Alger Lizzie H Mrs, music teacher, 428 

Hayes 
Alhart Louis, capmaker, 1509 Market 
Allabough M Miss, dressmaker 6 Eddy 
Allardt G A, civil engineer, 432 Montg 
Allari J, tripe, etc, 56 California Mark t 
ALLI>A< K JOSEPH, groceries 

and liquors, SW cor Bush and Dev 
A'lemannia Fire Insurance Co (Pitts- 
burgh), Frank F Stone agent, 209 
Sansom 
Allen Charles R, agent Pittsburg Coal 

Mining Co, 118 Beale 
Allen D K, mining, 320 Sansom 
Allen D M Mr», dressmaker, 531 Geary 
Allen E T, manufacturers' agent 515 Mar- 
ket 
Allen Harry, hard esser, 860 Howard 
Allen Hugh, nursery, 934 McAllister 
Allen H H, mining, 318 Pine 
Allen J E, boarding, 20 Folsom 
Allen J O, proptr Hewitt's Hotel, 247 2d 
Allen L S, shipwright, l » »T Bryant 
Allen M G Mrs, dressmaker, 782 Hoaard 



A n en Michael, liquor saloon, 307$ Pine 

Allen W H, attorney at law, 7 Montgom- 
ery Block 

Allen William H, mining secretary, 306 
Pine 

Allen William R, plumber and gasfitter, 
761 Market 

Allen & Lewis (Lucius H Allen and C H 
Lewis), commission merchants, 202 
California 

Allen & Young (T H All n and Thomas 
Young), stevedores, 1026 Battery 

Allison Frank, oyster saloon, 87 and 98 
Centre Market 

Allis James M Rev, pastor Larkin Street 
Presbyterian Church, res NW cor 
Broadway and Larkin 

Allison D E & Co (D E Allison), commis- 
sion merchants, 309 and 311 Wash 

Allison Lizzie M Mme, dressmaker, 609 
Powell 

Allmon Honora, fruits, 923J Folsom 

Allsopp J P C, stationery, 52H Valencia 

ALLYXE A WHITE (John W 
Allyne and William H White), proptrs 
Pacific Oil Works, 112 and 114 Front 

ALLJIOX I>AYU> & CO (William 
Herbert), oil cans and case dealers 
and coopers, 38 Commercial 

Alpen H, shipping agent, NE cor Mission 
and Steuart 

Alpen & Clasby (Max Alpen and James 
Clasby), liquor saloon, 708 Mission 

Alpeis Charles, contractor. 703 Mission 

Alpers Charles, fruits and vegetables, 33 
and 34 Hayes Valley Market 

Alpers Charles W, bandmaster, 1623 Pow 

Alpers John Mrs, midwife, 811 Union 

Alsen I, boo maker, 523 Hyde 

Alsop John S, umbrellamaker, 341 Bush 

Alt Christopher, shoemak r, 608 Vallejo 

ALT A SOAP €0 (William A Eng- 
wer, John W Thurman and Samuel 
Weintraub), manufs toilet and laun- 
dry soaps, 109 and 111 Oregon 

Alt mus John, bakery, cor Columbia and 
26th 

Altendorf Julius, polisher and grinder, 82 
Fremont 

ALTA CALIFORNIA, Frederick 
MacCrellish & Co proptrs, office and 
editorial rooms, 529 California 

Althof Theodore, oyster saloon, 626* nrkct 

ALTIIOFd BAHLS (Herman Al- 

thof and John F I'.ahls), 1 ki>iml- 

ers, paper rulers and blank book 
manufacturers. 829 Sansom 

Altmann .Jacob, tailor, 1026 Sutter 

Altschul Ludwig, capitalist, 821 Clay 

Altechul, Beller & Co (Leopold Altschul, 
Samuel Beller and Philip Anspacher), 
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m I American Pipe Co, 324 Pine 

" ! American Russian Commercial Co, J M 

J>» | Moss president, SE cor Battery and 

p-j ! Broadway 

,„ ! AMERUAX SALT CO ,217 Front, 
^ I factory 27-31 Main 
43 [AMERICAS SAW CO, W J 
I Tucker manager, 20 Spear 

o American Samson, physician, 1506 Howard 
J£j American Sunday School Union, Rev F E 



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Altshukr Henrietta M s, millinery, 237 j Amette Bantiste, hairdresser, 32 Hayes 

16th Ammerup G, paints, oil and paper hang- 1 

Altshuler Lew, furnishing goods, 243 16th j injrs, 1220 Market 
Alves D. lamps and oil, 1244 Market AJIOS & MOORE (John Amos and 

Alvey B Mrs, asphaltum roofer, tinsmith, j Charles Moore), millwrights and 

etc, 535 Pacific draughtsmen, 211 Mission 

Alvord Frank, dry goods, 1219 Pacific [Amsterdam Board of Underwriters, James 
Alvord Mary Mrs, bakery, 759^ Howard DeFremery agent, 410 Battery 

Amark Fred, cigars ana tobacco, 518 Bat Anatomical Museum, George M Seaman ' 



Araarum Moritz, fancy goods, junction 
Market and Turk 

Amazon Insurance Co (Cincinnati), A D 
Smith agent, 310 California 

Ambroise & Horan (Jame^ Ambroise anl 
J J Horan), poultry and game, 78 
and 79 Cent e Market 

Amelung Julius C, liquor broker, 65 Mer- 
chants Exchange 

American B H & Sewing Machine, S B 
Knox manager, 1216 Mark t 

AMERICAS (EXTRAL IX- 
SIRAXCE CO (St. Louis), Har- 
vey W Snow manager, 319 California 

AMERICAN DISTRICT TEL- 
EGRAPH CO, John I Sabin su- 
perintendent, 222 Sansom, branches 
205 Sutter, 961 Mission, 833 Sutter, 
cor 4;h and Bluxome, cor Mission and 
20th, cor California and Fillmore, 
cor Hayes and Laguna, cor Powell 
and Union, and 1st Ave, S S F 

American Exchange Hotel, Thomas Bryan 
proptr, 319 Sansom 

American Fire Insurance Co (Philadel- 
phia), Jonathan Hunt, Son & Co, 
managers, 313 California 

American Grape Sugar Co, W J Currier 
agent, 205 Front^ 

American Mercantile Union, Willis P 
Haynes iranager, 22 Montgomery 



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Shearer secretary, 757 Market 

AMER] (AX SPEAKING 
TELEPHONE CO, George S 
Ladd president, John I Sabin super- 
intendent. 2z2 Sansom 

American Tack Co (Fairhaven, Mass), 
Barker & Snow agents, 408 Market 

American Tract Society, Rev F E Shearer 
secretary, 757 Market 

AMES FISHER, attorney at law, 
607 Kearny 

Ames Pelham W, secretary Sutro Tunnel 
Co, 320 California 



superintendent, 9 Hardie Place 
Anchick Elizabeth, fancy goods, 703 Bran 
ANCON HOTEL, John F Hinrichs 

proptr, 9-11 Pacific 
Anderson Joseph, pork butcher and sau- 
sages, 27 California and 51 Center 

Markets 
Anderson L C Mrs, midwife, 1920 Pacific 

Avenue 
ANDERSON ANDREW, l ; quor 

saloon, SE cor Merchant and Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, liquor saloon, 250 

Spear 
Anderson Brothers (W B and R K), carpen 

fcers, 2 Tyler 
Anderson C A Mrs, private school, 29 

Turk 
Anderson Charles L, awnings and tent 

maker, 856 Howa<d 
Anderson E J, naval architect, 9 Spear 
ANDERSON FREDERICK A, 

liquor saloon, XW cor Commercial 

and Davis 
ANDERSON H W & CO, Oakland 

and San Francisco Express, 331 Ea*t 
Anderson Henry C, oyster saloon, 41 and 

42 Grand Western Market 
Anderson Hugh, photographer, 506 Va- 
lencia 
ANDERSON JEROME A, Phy 

sician and surgeon, 1109 Folsom 
Anderson Nis, cigars and tobacco. 522^ 

6th 
Anderson R C, stationery, 408 3d 
Anderson William, wood and coal, 347 

Brannan 
ANDERSON & CO (Charles A An- 
derson), liquor saloon, 209 Jackson 
Anderson ft Hansen (Andrew Anderson 

and John Hansen), coffee saloon, 540 

Market 
ANDERTON FREDERICK C, 

morocco tannery, 11th Ave bet P 

and Q 
Andoe William A, mining secretary, office 

327 Pine 
Andrade Z, cigars, 635 Pacific 
Andersen Bros (Christian and John G An- 
dersen), blacksmiths, 607 Battery 
ANDRESS HANNAH MRS. 

proprtress Occidental Lodging House, 

536 Market 
Andressen Henry, spring-bed maker, 1007 

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Andrew A Miss, varieties, 1332 Pacific 
Andrew C E, human hair, 251 3d 
Andrews A, watches and jewelry, 221 

Montgomery 
Andrews William, paperhansrer, 341J 5th 
Andros Milton, attorney at law, 224 San 
Anduran C & Co (C Carpy) wholesale wines 

and liquors, 515 and 517 Sacramento 
Angel Texas, attorney at law, 302 Mont 
Angelina B Mme, dressmaker, 419i Stock 
Angell Jonathan W, druggist, NW cor 

1st and Folsom 
Angonnet B Mme, laundry, Sll Stockton 
Ankers Christ, show-case manufacturer, 

1032 Market 
Anshel Samuel, dry goods, 214 6th 
Ansley Washington, cooper, 14 Merchant 
Anthony E T & Co, repackers, 407 and 

409 Commercial 
Anthony George W, cigars and tobacco, 

242 Kearny 
Anthony & Maas (H T Anthony and C 

Maas), groceries and liquors, corner 

Mary Lane and Berry 
Antiself Piano Co, 865 Market 
AXTISEIili THOMAS H, piano 

ware rooms and agent for standard 

organs, sheet music, music books, &c, 

865 Market 
Antiz Wincene, lodgings, 532 Vallejo 
Antonia Clara, clairvoyant, 108 Geary 
Antony Frank, liquor saloon, 1042 Folsom 
Antunovich F, chop house, 526 Sacram'to 
Antunovich Florio & Co (John Rosso), 

coffee saloon, 403 East 
Antunovich Xicholas, restaurant, SW 

cor Commercial and East 
Antz Henry, butcher, 1 and 2 Grand 

Western market 
Apelt Charles M, shirtmaker, 1305 Stock 
Appel Louis, wines and liquors, 315 Mont- 
gomery Ayenue 
Appel Simon, second-hand clothing, 766 

Folsom 
Appel Theodore, cigars and tobacco, 146 

Third 
Apple Julia, fancy goods, 28 6th 
APPIEtJATE JOIIX J, mining 

secretary, 320 Sansom 
Applegate Josiah II, attorney at law, 721) 

Montgomery 
Appleton House, Mrs L A Lyford propri- 
etor, 33 5th 
Appo Georgiana Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 

734 Broadway 
Apprill George, bootmaker, 308 Stockton 
Anita David, groceries and liquors, 321 

Br< iadwa y 

Arata Francisco, hay and grain, 620 Broad 
Anita & Casassa (Louis Arata and Domi- 
nic Casassa), produce, 509 Davis 
Arcade House, Louis S Starkweather, 930 

Market 



Arcadian Club, 211 Sutter 



Archidet Louise Mine, milliner, 320 Sut 
Archibald P L & Co (A J Jeffers), livery 

stable, 1324 Market 
Arestide Gus, restaurant, NW cor Mission 

and Steuart 
Arfort J B, way on maker, 218 Post 
ARGOXAIT PIBLISHIX(; 

CO, Andrew P Stanton manager, 

522 California 
ABIOX HOUSE, Julius Heincke 

proptr, 13 and 15 Page 
Arlington House, Mrs Brown, 127 Kearny 
Armbruster Adolph, liquor saloon, 947 

Folsom 
Amies & Dallam (G W Amies and R B 

Dallam), importers and manfrs wood 

and willow ware, 115 and 117 Front 
Armitage Joseph, druggist, 197 16th 
Armstrong Albert M, printer, 524 Hayes 
Armstrong Andrew J, lodgings, 817 Mont 
Arm;-trong Christopher, groceries and 

liquors, 101t> Folsom 
ARMSTROXG JAMES, plumb 

ing and tinning, 133 9th 
Armstrong John L, stock-broker, 444 Cal 
Armstrong K E Mrs, dressmaker, 401 Oak 
ARJWTROX^ R, cooperage, 121 

Jackson and 72 < Oregon 
ARMSTROX(; THOMAS C, 

S F and Hay wards Express, 1 Com 
Armstrong William, grainer, 664 Howard 
i Armstrong & Wright (T H Armstrong 

and Daniel Wright), manufrs boots 

and shoes, 67 and 69 Stevenson 
Arnaud Albert, wines and liquors, XW 

cor Post and Dupont 
Arnaud Paul, upholsterer, 426 Powell 
1 Arnheim Bros & Co (Benjamin and Marks 

Arnheim and Solomon Silberb-rg), 

merchant tailors 90S Market 
Arnheim Julius s, druggist, 248 Oak 
Arnheim Samuel S, stationery and book- 
seller, S Steuart 
Arnheim W S, watchmaker and jeweler, 

8 Steuart 
Arnold Aaron K, cigars and tobacco, 206 

Montgomery 
Arnold B E, butcher, SE cor Valencia and 

23d 
Arnold Bros (G M and <; c Arnold), real 

estate age nts, 207 Kearny 
ARXOLI) FRAXdS W . 

foot Chambers and con Battery 
Arnold George, teacher of Ian-' 

Pfeiffer 
Arnold Joseph, wood and coal, ::"•:> Thin! 
Arnold N S & Co, manufe 

California 
Arnold & Richmann (V K Arnold and 

Benrj Bit binann), machinists, 18 

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Aronsohn I, fruits and candies, 3 Sixth 
Aronson A, furniture, 1326 Stockton 
AROXSOX G & CO (George Aron- 
son and Adolph P Craner), pawnbrok- 
ers, 110 Kearny 
Aronstein A, physician, 29 Kearny 
Arrington N O, collector, 330 Pine 
Arthur W G, carpet cleaning, 27 Tyler 
Arthur William S, bakerv, .539 Second 

artigies canning CO, E 

Artigues & Co proptrs, 5th Avenue 
nr R R Avenue and 14 San Francisco 
Market 
ARTI GCES E ACO(John and Louis 
Artigues), wholesale and retail dealers 
tripe, calves' h.ads, etc, and propri- 
tors The Artigues Canning Co, factory 
and packing house 5th Avenue nr 
R R Avenue, stall and office 14 San 
Francisco Market and 18 Bay City 
Market 
A§HRIR\ER W I Ii Ii I A M, 

mining engineer, 240 Montgomery 
Ashbv Mark T, real estate, office 402 

Front 
Asch Benjamin, hairdresser, 215 Sixth 
ASCHE T HEXRY & CO, im- 
porters of kid gloves, 3 Kearnv and 
10 Geary 
Ascher Simon & Co (Hyman Smith), man- 
ufacturers oil clothing, 325 Davis 
Ash Isidore, furrier and dyer, 315 Hayes 
Ash Jane, fruits. 233 8th 
Ash Robert, attorney at law, 601 Cal 
Ashby E W, attorney at law, 702 Market 
Ashdown Archibald, accountant, 507 

Montgomery 
Asher Asher F, clothing, 408 Fourth 
Asher C, cigars and tobacco, 1048 Sutter 
Asher M L & Co, fruits and cigars, 1027 

Larkin 
Ashland A, accountant, 507 Montgomerv 
Ashley S Mrs, bakery, 358 Third 
Ashley Warren, attorney at law, 432 

Montgomery 
Ashley W H Mrs, dressmaker, 120 Sutter 
Ashman R T, machinist, 475 Brannan 
ASHTOX CHARLES, real estate 

agent, 120 Sutter 
Askel L & Co, sausage factory, 10 Taylor 
Asmussen W A Mrs, dry goods, 401 Eighth 
Assion Joseph, merchant tailor, 205 Mont 

gom ry 
Assion Jo«eph C, tailor, 625 Merchant 
Assmussen & Co (A W Assmussen and 
James White), groceries and liquors, 
I NW cor Eighth and Bryant 
Assomull Wassiamull, East Indian goods, 

909 Stockton 
ASTEX A O MRS, dress and cloak 



making, 31 Ellis 
Astor House, Adolph Segelke proptr, 509 
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Astorg M, butcher, 5 Grand Arcade Mar- 
ket 

Astredo A, wines and liquors, 635 Wash 

Astrico John, ice cream manufacturer, 
207 4th 

Asztalos S, groceries and liquors, 402 
Francisco 

Atchinson B M & Co (E L Cutten), butter, 
eggs, etc, 16-30 Center Market 

Athearn & Co (C G and J H Athearn and 
B Pendleton), wholesale groceries 
and ship stores, C Steuart 

Atherton F A, collector, 507 Montgomery 

Atkinson David, proptr California Laun- 
dry, Russ Alley 

Atkinson, Doud & Co (Thomas T Atkin- 
son and Aaron Doud), stockbrokers, 
337 Pine 

Atkinson George, carriagesmith, 42 Val- 

ATKIXSOX GEORGE F, fancy 

woodturner, 259 First 
Atkinson James, wines and liquors, 6^2 

Market 
Atkinson L & Co (Lewis Atkinson and I 

B Atkinson & Co), wholesale shirt 

and collars, 22 San-om 
Atkinson N, real estate, 330 Pine 
ATLAXTIC GARDENS, Louis 

A Heydenaber proptr, S s Bay bet 

Powell and Mason 
ATLANTIC STRAW WORKS 

J M Forrest proptr, 132 4th 
Atlas Iron Works, J B Jardone propr, 

135 Beale 
Attel Max, jewelry, 344 3rd 
Attell S, merchant tailor, 53 3rd 
Attinger Gottlieb, shoemaker, 117 Leides- 

dorff 
Atzeroth & Moeller (Henry Atzoroth and 

John Moeller), groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Gough and Austin 
Aubert A, porkpacker, 10 San Francisco 

MarKet 
Al'BRY & SON (Francis O and 

Charles B), furniture and upholstery, 

2606 Mission 
Audemard E Mme, laundry, 470 Tehama 
I Auerbach & Goldberg (Louis Auerbach 

and S L Goldberg), wholesale cigars 

and tobacco, 410 Sacramento 
AlFRIOHTIG MORRIS jew- 

elrv manufr and practical watchmaker, 

116 Sixth 
{ Auger B E & Co, wholesale wines and 

liquors, 409 Battery 
! Auger Flora Mme, milliner, 621 Larkin 
' Auguetiny John, butcher, 543 Turk 
Aumann Frederick, wines and liquors, 

610 Jacks, ,n 
I Auradon A L & Co (George Tiaffay and 

A Freling), poultry and game, 515 

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Aurouze Marius, hairdresser, 203 Mont- 
gomery Avenue 

AUSTIN HEXR1, dentist, 634 
Washington 

Avery D R & Co, fruits, 18 and 19 Center 
Market 

Axt L, bootmaker, 1056 Howard 

Axtman Leopold, hakerv, 500 Hayes 

AVEXIE HOCSE. Joseph Roster 
proptr, NE cor Geary and Central 
Avenue 

Avy Eugene, sheep and wool dealer, 320 
* Sansom, room 7 

Ayer J Y, carpenter, 724 Seventeenth 

Ayer Washington, physician, 410 Rearny 

Ayer & Morrow (J R Ayer and J F Mor- 
row), house and sign painters, 618 
California 

Aye?s Harry, wines and liquors, NW 
cor Stockton and Ellis 

Ayers Ira Jr, commission merchant, 116 
Front 

Ayres & Boyd (John (J Ayres and T C 
Boyd), 'tockbrokers, 116 Mont 

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Babb Mill on E, attorney at law, 320 San 
Babb & Inman (M E Babb and W M In- 

man), collectors, 118 Post 
BABBITT JOHN H, proprietor 

Excelsior Straw Works, 120 4th 
Babe Jerome L, diamonds, 110 Rearny 
Baccus Richard T, butcher, SW "cor 

O'Farrell and Mason 
Bach, Meese & Co (John Bach and Her- 
man Meese), liquors, 321 Mont 
Bach & May (Isaac Bach and Louis May), 

laundry, 53 3rd 
BAOHELDER J W, attorney at 

law, 625 Merchant and 622 Clay 
Bachelder Manufacturing Co, John Ba- 

chelder manager, SE cor Market and 

Beale 
BACHELDER THOMAS F, 

attorney at law, 622 Clay 
Bacher F A Mme, millinery, 406 Rearny 
Bachman Brothers (H S, N S, D S and L 

S Bachman), importers dry goods, 10 

Battery 
BACH MAX JACOB, machinist 

and locksmith, 729 Clay 
Bachrach Martin, teacher singing, 26 

Ellis 

Bacia A, restaurant, 212 Brannan 
Bacigalupi A L & Co (S Casassa), fruit 

and vegetables, f>u7 Washington 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, boots and shoes, 

1404 Dupont 
Bacigalupn Dominoco, wines and liquor^, 

1419 Dupont 
Backc Charles, shoe-fitter, 122 Poet 



Backer William, bakery, NE cor Clay 

and Mason 
Bacon Charles A, mining engineer, 320 

Sansom 
Bacon Henry D, real estate, 305 Sansom 
Bacon Joseph S, agent Boston and Phila- 
delphia Boards of Underwriters, 316 

California 
Bacon & Company (Jacob Bacon and 

James E Agei), printers, 508 Clay 
Bacquie Henry, wines and liquors, 1301 

Stockton 
Bade Henry, liquor saloon, Potrero Ave 

bet 24th and 25th 
Badger Charles W, mining secretary, 315 

California 
Badger William G & Co, clothing, pianos 

and organs, 13 Sansom 
Baehr J M, liquor saloon, 414 Sansom 
Baehr William, manufacturing jeweler, 

649 Sacramento 
Bagala Leo, bakery, SE cor 25th and 

BACiWs ISAAC, attorney at law, 
5^ Kearny 

Baggs J Mrs. boarding, 2008 Polk 
Bagot & Hebb (Fred Bagot and A Y Hebb), 
publishers Shippers' Guide, 518 Clay 
Bahr William A, boots and shoes, 107 6th 
Bahrt Martin, groceries and liquors, 311 

Seventh 
Bailey Charles A, real estate, 320 Sansom 
Bailey Frank & Co (David T Bailey) oys- 
ter saloon, 10 Mason 
Bailey Henry, wood and coal, 128 O'Far 
Bailey Margaret Mrs, groceries, 71 Minna 
Bailey N J, butcher, 513 Bryant 
Bailey Robert S, liquor saloon, 222 McAl- 
lister 
Bailey S C, gas fitter and plumber, 1704 

Fillmore 
BAILEY THOMAS A CO, 
(William P l'yne), graders and pack- 
era and proptrs Pacific Wool Depot, 
SE cor Ring and 5th 
Bailey & McLean )George Bailey and 
William McLean), proprietors Rail- 
road House, 538 Commercial 
Bailey Bros (Arthur and Achille), pork, 

&C, 71 California market 
Bailey W J, propr Isthmus House, 54 1st 
Baines Thomas F, liquor saloon, 133 3d 
Baird Andrew, broker, 312 California 
Baker A i*v: A, pictures and mouldings, 742 

Mission 
Baker A W Miss, dress reform, 430 Sutter 
Baker George II, lithographer and en- 
graver, 329 Sansom 
Baker Isaac If, groceries and liquors, 

N\v cor Eddy and Mason 
Baker Osbon) F, liquor saloon, 825 Mont 

Baker Samuel C, Coal, N'W COX 22d and 

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Baker & Hamilton (Livingston L Baker ' 
and Robert M Hamilton), agricultu- 
ral implements and hardware, 17-19 ' 
Front 

Bakker Reyer, propr Steuart St House, ' 

104 Steuart 
I Balanesi Angelo, restaurant, 115 Clark 
,Balanesi Guiseppe, produce, 105 Clark 
> Balcear E J Mrs, hair renewer, 532 Bush j 
iBalch H M, piano-maker, 843 Mission 
iBaldo Francisco, fruit, 122 8th 

Baldridge Michael, stock broker, 314 Mont 

gomery 
, Baldwin A R, artist, 328 Montgomery 

Baldwin H S, physician, 612 Clay 
1 Baldwin Lloyd, attorney at law," 606 Mont 

BALDWIX O I>, restaurant, 35 and '■ 
37 Geary 

Baldwin S C, physician, 850 Market 

BALOWIX THE. Alexander Mc- 
Abee manager, junc Market, Powell ! 
and Eddy 

BALDWIN THEATRE, 934 and 
936 Market 

BALDWIN & CO. XA S Baldwin 
and William Stanley), real estate, 
house renting and business brokers, 
502 Kearny 

Balfour, Guthrie St Co (Robert Balfour, 
Alexander Guthrie and Robert B For- 
man), commission merchants, 316 
California 

Ball A E, attorney at law, 502 Mont 

Bail 6c Julian (G Ball and G N Julian), 
proprs Occidental Wool Warehouse, 
Townsend bet 5th and 6th 
•Ballantine Robert, wines and liquors, 425 

Bush 
; Ballard G, bath-maker, 215 2d 

Ballard George, house-painter, 115 Dayis 

Ballard Laura A Mrs, physician, 205 Powell 
| Ballard k Hall (Isaac R Hall), wool mer- 
chants, 320 Sansom 

BaJlou A L, artist, 759 Market 
, BALXY A.I& CO. importers and 
manufacturers of ostrich and fancy ' 
feathers, 608 Market 

Baloise Marine Insurance Co (Basle), Har- 
ry ^ v Syz agent, 225 Sansom 

Baloun Joseph, merchant tailor, 613 Wash 

Balzer Henry & Co. insurance agents and 
commission merchants, 209 Sansom ' 

Baltimore Copper Works and Pennsylva- 
nia Lead Co, Horace D Ranlett agent, 
214 California 

Balz & Co (Louis and Adolph Balz and L 
Humel), tannery, cor San Bruno Road 
and Precita Place 

Bamman Bros (Frederick and Richard), 
groceries and liquors, 415 4th 

Bancroft A L <fc Co (H H Bancroft) book- 
sellers, stationers, printers and music, [ 
721 Market 



Band Joseph, butcher, XW corner 18th 

and Valencia 
BAXDMAXX, XIELSEX A 

CO. (Julius Bandmann and H Niel- 
sen), importers and commission mer- 
chants and general agents Giant Pow- 
der Co, 210 Front 
Bank Commissioners (State) 202 Sansom 
Bank of British Columbia, Fred Town- 
send manager, SE cor California and I 
Sansom 
Bank of British North America, Archi- 
bald McKinlay agent, 219 Sansom 
Bank of California, I) O Mills president, : 

NW cor California and Sansom 
Bank of San Francisco (in liquidation) 327 

Pine 
Bankers' Mutual Guarantee Fund, 309 

California 
Banks C T, capitalist, 116 California 
Banks George S, livery stable, 709 Jones | 
Banks John, cigars and tobacco, 997 Mar- 
ket 
Banner Brothers (Peter and Samuel Ban- 
ner), wholesale clothing, NE cor San- 
som and Market 
Banning M Miss, dressmaker. 32 Ellis 
BAXXISTEK WILLIAM. 
boarding house and liquor saloon, 
112 Pacific 
Baptis John H, gold pens, 328 Bush 
Far Association, 634 Sacramento 
Barandon H, bakery, NE cor Bush and 

Fillmore 
Barbaste Mary Mrs, laundry, 838 Clay 
Barbat John, "druggist, 910' Pacific 
Barbe Jean, nursery, SE cor Post and 

Baker 
Barber Edward W, liquor saloon, SE 

cor Bush and Sutter 
Parber Wm, attorney at law, 323 Cal 
BABBETTA F & CO. (Nicholas 
Barbetta), wholesale and retail fish 
dealers, 31 San Francisco Market 
Barbieri G, restaurant, 235 Mont Ave 
BABBOIBBBOTHERS Henry 

Doyle & Co agents, 511 Market 
BARBOIR CLITTJS attorney at 

law, 715 Clay 
Barcka John B, chiropodist, 106 McAllister 
Bardaracco Antonio, liquor saloon, 1308 

Pacific 
Bardet C Mrs, milliner, 225 Mont Ave 
Bare Brothers, (Edward, Gustave and Sol- 
omon), upholsterers, 308 Hayes 
Barger D E. physician, 936 Market 
Barham J A, attorney at law, 420 Cal 
Barichievicb John, restaurant, 272 Bran 
Baring Alexander, attorney at law, 419 

California 
Barkan A. oculist and aurist, 305 Kearny 
Barker H, house painter, 527 Montgonn- 
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BARKER «Sfc SYOW, (James L 
Barker and Roland Snow), plumbers' 
supplies, sole agents Yale Lock Co 
and American Tack Co, 408 Market 

Barkhaus F W & D, booksellers and sta- 
tioners, 213 Kearny 

BARXARD FRAXK & CO. 
(Frank Barnard and Henry Voorman), 
coal dealers, 215 Jackson* 

Barnard George B, manager Barnard's 
Business College, 120 Sutter 

Barnard's Business College, George B Bar- 
nard manager, 120 Sutter 

BARXER LOUS fruits and veg- 
etables, SE cor 9th and Natoma 

Barner William, groceries and liquors, 
XE cor 9th and Natoma 

Barnes H s ,\: Co (John Martin), groceries 
and liquors, XE cor Cal and Steiner 

Barnes W H L, attorney at law, 426 Cal 

BARNES WILLIAM MRS. 
cemetery fence builder, 1924 Ellis 

Barnett Isaac, fruits and vegetables, 17 
Grand Arcade Market 

Barnett Joseph, crockerv. 314 6th 

Barnett J F Mrs, milliner, 1021 Sutter 

Barney James If, commission merchant, 
32*0 California 

Baron Abraham, tailor, 31 Pacific 

Barr John D, manuf umbrellas, 323 Bush 

Barra Ezekiel I, liquors, 116 1st 

Barreda Frederick L, agent D De Castro 
ft Co, 213 Sanson) 

Barrett Alfred, watchmaker. 42 4th 

Barrett William A, carpenter and builder, 
537 Valencia 

BARRETT & SHERWOOD, (R 
Sherwood) watches and jewelry, 517 
Montgomery 

Barrett & Walker (John S Barrett ami 
Oscar V Walker), stock brokers, 4 
Leidesdorff 

Barrilis Diego Count, Consul Italy, 525 
Front 

Earringer Elizabeth Mrs, dress-patterns, 
905 Mission 

Barron C J, whitener, 815 Market 

Barron William, groceries and liquors, 
SW cor (lav and Powell 

BARROW C XV. general agent, 419 
Samo ■•! 

Barrows W H, attorney at law, 74 Mont- 
gomery Block 

Barrv C E, searcher records, 619 Montg 

Barry David, butcher, 520 22d 

Parry David, liquoi saloon, 327 8th 

Barry B, broker, 415 Montgomery 

Parry Patrick, groctries and liquors, 
S'W cor Stevenson and 7th 

Barry Theodore A, liquor agent, 116 
Montgomery 

Barry Thomas ' F, attorney at law, 302 
Montgomery 



Barry <jc Baird (James H Barry and James 
M Baird), job printer*, 320 Sansom 

Barsi Michael, fruits. 1308 Dupont 

Barstow Alfred, attorney at law, 330 Pine 

Barstow David P, attorney at law, 327 
Pine 

Barstow F 0, dentist, 1336 Sacramento 

BarotOW George, attorney at law, 309 
California 

Bartels Henry, liquor saloon, SW cor 
Union and Front 

BARTELS BEXRY, upholsterer, 
1511 Market 

Barthelemy Nicholas, shoemaker, 723 
Jackson 

BARTLETT COLrMBlS attor- 
ney at law, IS Montgomery 

Bartlett E, attorney at law, SS Montgom- 
erv Block 

BABTLETT WASHIX^TOX, 
attornev at law, 12 Montiroinerv 

BA RT L I M« & KDI BAL L 
(WiUfom Bartlim: and Henr Kim- 
ball), book-binders and blank-book 
manufacturers, 505 Clay 

Bartoli G, fruits 1427 Hyde 

Bartolucci Guiseppe, liquor saloon, 307 
Broadway 

BARTOX B F & CO, proptrs Pio- 
neer Salt Works, importers foreign 
and domestic salt, manufacturers cel- 
ebrated Peerless Yeast Powder, 211 
and 213 Sacramento 

Barton G E, attorney at law, 62i> Kearny 

Barton James, bcotmaker, 819 Battery 

Batton John, president Union Pacific Salt 
Co, 216 Sacramento 

Barton Robert, capitalis , 406 Montg 

Barton Robert, mining, 17 Nevada Block 

Barton & Hale (A Barton and H Hale), 
horseshoers, 22 Tyler 

Barut & Bellocq (R Barut and A Belloo), 
wines and liquors, 1401 Powell 

Baruth E F, groceries and liquors, 1629 
Fillmore 

Barz August, horseshoer, W a Montgom- 
ery A\, bet Kilb an. i Greenwich 

Bases Loins, gents' furnishing goods, 906 
Kearny 
.Bascom H*B, tailor, 115 Geary 

Baaoom M B Mrs, dressmaker, 11"> (ieary 

Basford R X, druggist, cor Bosh and Fill 
j Bash Hyman, tailor, 2 Bryant Plac* 

BasUamdri A, fruits, 17-is Qrand Wu otern 
Market 

BASLEIl A JEWELL (George A 
Busier and William S Jewell), pains, 
oil anl glass, 1005 Ma ket 

Bass I H, proptf Bleb Loiging House, 
Mai ket 

It Ass T J A CO. tmporten and 

dealers paint*, Oils, \arnishes, etc, 27 

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Babsett Charles F & Co, grain merchants, 
304 Davis 

BASSETT J M, orootr Golden Era, 
615 Commercial 

Bassett Joseph, produce merchant, 221- 
223 Clay 

Bassignano Peter F, cigars and tobacco, 
NW cor Howard and 6th 

Basson & McDonald (Joseph Basson and 
John McDonald), dry goods, 2602 
Mission 

Bataille & Fleig (Albert P Bataille and 
John Fleig), wines and liquors, 544 
California 

Batavia Marcus, hairdresser, 49 Sac 

JBatavia P, hairdresser, 651 Merchant 

Bateman A, mining, 318 Pine 

JBateman Francis, groceries, 62£ West 
Mission 

BATES C M, physician, 224 Kearny 

! Bates E P, mining, 320 Sansom 

JBateo George, principal University School, 
N B Eddv, bet Jones and Leav 

.BATES JOSEPH C, attorney at 
law, 434 California 

BATES, WOODS A CO (Morris 
W Bates and Charles Woods), pub- 
lishers and proptrs Commercial News, 
and Shipping List and Trade Review, 
423 Washington 

iBatsa Giovanni, provisions, 1427£ Dupont 

[BattelleG E, jewelry, 126 Kearny 

Batten Sam j son, stone yard, N 8 Point 
Lobos Avenue near Central Avenue 

! Battersby James, watchmaker, 13 3d 

Battles John, proptrs Kings St House, 
SW cor King and 3d 

Battles & Gill. van (Luke Battles and Ed- 
war i Gil evan), groceries and liquors, 
241 4th 

BAID FRANK, brass foundry, 522 
Fulton 

Bauer Bros (Louis and John), cutlers, 654 
Mi sion 

Bauer Emil, manager San Francisco News 
Co, 413 Washington 

I Bauer George, hairdresser, 341 Hayes 

[ Bauer J A, manuf'turing chemist, 101 Pobt 

I Bauer J C & Co, hops and corks, 632 Sac 

j Bauer John, proptr Tivoli Brewery, E a 
FU1, bet Waller and Germania 

I Bauer, Tobriner & Co (A Bauer and M To- 
briner), fancy and millinery, 547 Mar 

Baum Charles, Consul Argentine Repub- 
lic and secretary Ameucan Russian 
Commercial Co, 510 Battery 

Baum Custave, furniture, 1132 Market 

BAUM J A CO (Julius Baum and 
Morris and Henry Shrier), importers 
clothing and furnishing goods, 7 and 
9 Sansom 

Baum William, wines and liquors, NW 
cor Ellis and Powell 



Baumann Bertha Mrs, fortune teller, 119i 

O'Farrell 
Baumgarten Anton, cloths an J tailors' 

trimmings, 7 Montgomery 
Baumgarten Joseph, bootmaker, 426 4th 
Baumgartner & Bohls (V Baamgartner and 

Henrv Bohls), tobacco manufacturer, 

230 and 232 14th 
Baun Jasper, groceries and liquors, 915 

'8th 
Baur W, upholsterer, 1517 California 
BAVSXAX WILLIAM W, 

mining secretary, 409 California 
Baxter Charles G, collector, 213 Sansom 
Baxter Hall W, manager Mercantile Col- 
lection Bureau, 216 Sansom 
Bay and Coast Tel -graph, Samuel Hub- 
bard agent, 140 Montgomery 
BAY CITY MARKET, 1136 1140 

Market 
Bay City Oyster Co, W J Johnson, 72 

* California Market 
BAY CITY SODA WATER 

CO, John Grennan manager, 110- 

112 Tyler 
BAY SUGAR REFINERY, 

Herman Meese president, Peter 

Meyer secretary, office and refinery 

SW cor Union and Batten- 
BAY VIEW MARKJET, Luke 

S'ark, proptr, 529 1st 
Bayle John, tripe, etc, 7 California Market 
Bayless W H, architect, 106 Leidesdorff 
Bayley C A, wines and liquors, 659 Clay 
Baylv Charles, druggist, SE cor Howard 

and 6th 
Bazan F, physician, cor Stockton and 

Market, and proptr Mission Baths, 

1633 Mission 
Be Dell William, general agt Lake Shore, 

Michigan Ce tral and New York Cen- 
tral R R, 22 Montgomery 
Beach Chilion, books and stationery, 107 

Montji-omeij" 
Beach J H & Co, coffee, spice and drug 

mills, 8 and 10 Stevenson 
Beadle Donald, commission merchant, 

40 Cal fornia 
Beal Samuel, mattress manuf, 49-53 2d 
BEAU WILLIAM A, hardware, 

1252 Market 
Beall R B, fruits, 612 Laguna 
Beamish Percy, gents' furnishing goods, 

SE cor Market and 3th 
BEAXSTOX A GALLAGHER 

(P Beanston and P Gallagher) car- 
riage factory, 127 5th 
Bear Solomcn, stock broker, 140 Mont 
BEARD A MRS, dressmaker, 1715 

Polk 
BEARD ALFRED, job printer 

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Beard William H, fruits, 429£ 4th 
Beath John, groceries, 247 Clara 
Beattie E Mrs, bakery, 514 2d 
Beatty John C, real estate agent, 702 

Market 
Beauce Caroline Mrs, dressmaker, 403 6th 
Beaver George L, attorney at law, 327 

Pine 
Beaver George W, capitalist, 414 Cal 
Beaver iienry, bakery, 109 Haves 
Beavon D B* butcher, 36 Mission Market 
Becht George J, druggists' sundries, 319 

Batter}' 
Beck A C <te Co (Albert Beck), butchers, 4 

and 5 Hayes Valley Market 
Beck Augu?t, locksmith, 510£ Broadway 
Beck H S, whitener, 208 Butter 
Beck Jacob, butcher, 603 McAllister 
Beck & Hornung (J B ck and Jacob Hor- 

nung), butchers, Mission Market 
Becker August C, coffe • saloon, 341 Bush 
Becker B A, real estate agent, 334 Kearnv 
BECKER BROS (D, J H and C H), 

groceries and liquors, SE cor Sutter 

and laylor, SE cor Sutter and Leav- 
enworth, S43 Geary and 437 Turk 
BECK1ER CHRISTIAN, restau 

rant, 30 6th 
Becker Eliza Mrs, liqu r saloon, 903 Rear 
Becker Frederick, tailor, 1644 Mission 
Becker Frederick W, cigars and tobacco, 

705 Davis 
Becker George T, restaurant, SW cor 

Berry and 4th 
Becker Joseph, crockery, 329 Hayea 
Becker Nicholas, liquor saloon, 11-13 D ac 
BECKER O F, proptr Prescott 

House, SW cor Montgomery Ave and 

Kearny 

Becker Peter, liquor saloon, 607 Grove 
Becker William, basketmaker, 628 Market 
Becker William, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Mission and Spear 
Becker & Fischer (Joseph W Becker and 

George Fischer,), liquor saloon, 1152 

Market 
Becker & Jacoby (H Becker and J Jacoby), 

dry goods, 1441 Polk 
Becker & Ohl (Peter Becker and Andrew 

Ohl), liquor saloon, 113 6th 
Beckmann Bros (William and John), 

groceries and liquors, 900 Greenwich 

and 1827 Hvde 
BE(KMA\X I* W, groceries and 

liquors, S\V cor 15th and MUsion 
BEE FREDERICK A. consul 

China, 915-917 Clay 
Beecher D A, glovemaker, 119 3d 
Becching Robert, s sci tary San Francisco 

Benevolent Association, E s Webb bet 

Sacramento and California 
Beeching Robert A, attorney at law, 320 

Sansoni 



BEER B A CO (Elijah Du Bois), 
fruit and produce commission mer- 
chants, 224 Washington 
Beers Barrett, dentist, 230 Rearny 
Beers Hiram W Rev, rector Trinity Epis- 
copal Church, res 520 Sutt.r 
Beer-teeher C J, attorney at law, 507 

Montgomery 
Behagh 1 A, attorney at law, 646 Wash 
Behan William J, jewelry, 126 Kearny 
Behlow William, upholsterer, 116 Sutter 
Behnemann & Co (H Behn mann and M 
Joost), groceries and lhuors, 32". Tay- 
lor 
Behnsen Christain, cigars and tobacco, 

18 6th 
BE H RE ROBERT L. attorney at 

law, 323 California 
Behrend John, bootmaker, 1222 Green 
Behrendt H & Co (Herman Behrendt), 

manufs trunks, etc, 107 Sansom 
Behrens Andrew, liquor saloon and lodg- 
ings, 228 Montgomery Ave 
Behrens Bros (John and Frederick), gro- 
ceries and liquors, NE cor 24th and 
Potrero Ave 
Behrens Frederick, fruits, 214 8th 
Behrens Henry C r, physician, 22 Mont 
Behrens Walter N F, mechanical engi- 
neer, 22 Montgomery 
Behrle Juliet Mme, dressmaker, 605 Post 
Behrman Christian F, bakery, 1218 Powell 
Behrmann John H, wood and coal, 838 

Harrison 
Behrmann Marie Mv , midwife, S38 Har 
Beilhes & Lacua (F B Beilhes and F 

Lacua), hairdressers, 124 Mont Ave 
Beirne Barbara Mrs, groceries and liquors, 

41 Jessie 
Bekeart J F, hardware, 346 Third 
Belando J & Co (Louis Costa), wood an J 

coal, 438 Minna and 141 Mission 
Belando P & Co (John Dunarij, wood and 

coal, 1210 Powell 
Bcld< ii E S, shorthand reporter, 637 Rear 
Belden Josiah, capitalist, 314 California 
Belden & Orton (Henry R Belden and 
Richard H Orton), insurance agents, 
313 California 
Belgravia House, James Sanderson proptr, 

1138 Sntttr 
Belinge K A A, physician, 1619 Polk 
Belknap David P, attorney at law, 604 

Merchant 
lull David b, fish dealer, 31 Grand Cen- 
tral Market 
BELL JOII\ B. hairdresser. L286 

Folsom 
Bell John P, attorney at law, 213 Sansom 
BELL JOSEPH II cigars, fruit and 

bl( I, 89 Tarrell 

Bell s Mrs, dressmaker, 1908 Howard 
Bell Thomas, capitalist, 805 Bansom 



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Bell Thomas & Co (George Staacke), com- 
mission merchant, 305 Sansom 
Bell & Co (George H Bell), booksellers 

and stationers, 639 Kearny 
BELLA UXIOX THEATRE, 
Samuel Tetlow and W C Crosbie 
proptrs, 803 and 805 Kearnv 
BELLERMAXX KMIL, secreta- 
ry and cashier Merchant's Exchange 
Bank (liquidation), 423 California 
Bellet Frank, laundry, 712 Vallejo 
Belli Casimira, Italian paste factory, 117 

Clark 
Belli G & Co (Pillegrano Pera), produce 

merchants, 616 Front 
Bellingall & Miller (P \V Bellingall and 
Peter Miller), ship and custom house 
brokers, 425 Battery 
Bellingham Bay Coal Co, P B Cornwall 

president, SE cor Folsom and Spear 
Bellinone Segher, wines and liquors, 505 

Green 
Bellmar C, restaurant, 104 1st 
Bello Joseph S, cigars, 113 Jackson 
Belloc & Cie (Hypolite Belloc, A Germain 
de Montauzan and Henry Barroilhet), 
bankers, 524 Montgomery 
Bellue Josephine Mme, laundry, 503 Jones 
Belser Juliue, bricklayer, 1310 Market 
Bemmarer August, cutler, 1521 Polk 
Benard Augustus F, liquor saloon, NE 

cor 5th and Howard 
Benbow Bros (David and Edward), paint- 
ers, 2309 La/kin 
BEXDEL & CO. coffee and spices, 

L Hafen & Co agents, 412 Clay 
BEXDEK A S. civil engineer, 137 

Montgomery 
Bender Jacob, butcher, 106 12th 
Bendit Samuel, auctioneer, 536 California 
BEXBT WIL.L.I AM, liquor saloon, 

12 Clay 
Benecke Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 

520 Broadway 
Benedict Charles E, bakery, 111 5th 
Benedict C S, merchant tailor, 136 Mont 
Benedict & Halliday, wines and liquors, 

207 Dupont 
Benham A M, pianos and organs, 647 

Market 
Benham Calhoun, attorney at law, 330 

Pine 
Benjamin A F, notary public and Com- 
missioner of Deeds 417 California 
Benjamin Elias, second-hand clothing, 984 

Folsom 
BEX JAM! X HENRY A & CO 
(J L Henshaw), depot Pacific Congress 
Springs, 162 New Montgomery 
Benjamin Joseph, tailor, 447 4th 
Bennett A A, architect, 318 Pine 
Bennett Bros (John R and George), dairy 
produce, 35 California 



Bennett Clement C, shorthand reporter, 

434 California 
Bennett E Mrs, electro magnetic healer, 

225 Bush 
Bennett F, liquor salocn, 230 Brannan 
Bennett Mary Mrs, laundry, 555 Bryant 
Benm tt Patrick, liquor saloon, 837 Miss 
BEXXET THOMAS, general agt 
Travelers Insurance Co, 404 California 
Bennett Thomas, physician, 620 Market 
Bennett William, physician, 1015 Folsom 
Bennett William, plumber, 1017 Clay 
Bennett William Mrs. teacher music, 1015 

Folsom 
BEXXETT «& JOXES (Nathaniel 
Bennett and DeWitt Clinton Jones), 
attorneys at law, 215 Sansom 
Benning Andrew, groceries and liquors, 

2229 Taylor 
Bensen Conrad, groceries and liquors, 

2029 Polk 
Benson Henry, groceries and liquors 

NE cor 6th and Bryant 
BEXSOX JOH\ A. surveyor and 

engineer, 507 Montgomery 
Benson William R, groceries and liquors, 

51 Brady 
Bent E F & Co (Lewis W McGlauflin), 

grain brokers, 18 California 
BEXTHAM HARRY, proptr 

Market Exchange, 538 Market 
Benton Nellie Mrs, dressmaker, 813 Pac 
Beppler John, butcher, 1518 Dupont 
Bequette D, millwright, 119 Montgomery 

Block 
Beran A, boot-maker, 2026 Mason 
Beran Emanuel, boot-maker, 922£ Folsom 
Beran F, boot-maker, 1001 Pacific 
Beranio A, fruits, 1321 Larkin 
Berbora G N, coffee saloon, 624 Kearny 
Bercyita Simon, second hand clothing, 

534 Pacific 
Berg Alfred, watch-maker, 1144 Market 
Berg Ferdinand, butcher, 26 Grand Ar- 
cade 
Berg G, physician, 618 California 
Berge A Mrs, groceries and liquors, 218 

Green 
Bergen Adrian, produce merchant, 425 

Clay 
Berger Christian G, druggist, SW cor 

Eddy and Pierce 
Berger M L Rev'd, pastor Westminster 

Presbyterian Church, res 318 Page 
Berger R.'dyer and cleaner, 140 Post 
Berges P B & Co (D Cazeaux and A Dray- 
eur), proptrs Miners' Restaurant, 531 
and 533 Commercial and 737 Market 
BEH<; EZ & JKXEIX (John Bergez 
and Peter Klein), restaurant, 536 
Washington 
Berggren Aug, consul Norway and Swe- 
den, 406 Montgomery 



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Bergin Michael, attorney at law, 79 Mont- 
gomery Bloc* 
Berlin M *W, groceries and liquors, 722 

Harrison 
Berglund N, bootmaker, 518£ Geary 
Bergman Louisa, dressmaker, 1226 Pine 
Bergmann Abraham, manufacturer can- 
dies, 313 Washington 
Bergmann L, dressmaker, 807 Union 
Berkeley Ferry and R R Co, William Stu- 
art secretary, 320 Sansom 
Berkowitz R, cloaks and suits, 1008 Stock 
Berlin-Cologne Insurance Co, Hutchinson 

As Mann agents, 322 California 
Berlin FA. attorney at law, 515 California 
KF.lt LI V RESTAURAXT. Oscar 

Ohnstein proptr, 249 4th 
Berliner I A, tailor, 528 3d 
Bermann & Co (Otto Cermann), gents 

furnishing goods, 411 Kearny 
Bernado Zule, laundry, 1005 Market 
Bernard C A, house painter, 629 Merch 
BERNARD CIIARt.ES. coffee | 

and spice mills, 707 and 709 Sansom 
Bernard Henry, hair-dresser, 640 Market 
Bernard Isaac, hardware. 2214 16th 
Bernard & Pouzadoux, (J Bernard and L 

Pouzadoux), furniture, 312 Sutter 
Bernert & Schroeder (F Bernert and H 
Schroeder), liquor saloon, 823 Market 
Bernhamer Harry, restaurant, 504 .Market 
Beinhard Robert, ship broker, 302 CaJ 
Bernstein Abraham, oyster saloon, 1142' 

Market 
Bernstein Abram, fruits, 324 3d 
Bernstein David, tailor, 729 Folsom 
Bernstein Elias, furniture, 151 3d 
Bernstein Henry, tailor, 791 Mission 
Bernstein Solomon, dry goods, 38 4th 
Burnzott F, wines and liquors, SE cor ( 

Main and Market 
Beronio G, proptr Roma Hotel, 818 San ' 
Bene T, laundry, 341 Third 
Berroo Andres, groceries, 1326V Dupont 
Berroo Espiridion, cigars, 1235 Dupont 
Berry J B Mrs, furnished rooms, 109 Mont 
Berry & Place (W O M Berry and J F 
Place), machinery, SW corner Mar- 
ket and Fremont 
Berson Adolpfa & Son (Gustavo), furniture, 

714 Washington 
Berson A Q Mme, laundry, 429 Sutter 
Berte G, fruits, 1318 Pacific 
BERTELIXC; & WATRY,(LA 
Bercelmg and X Watry), scientific 
opticians, 427 Kearny 
BERTKLLO.M E. liquor saloon, 

EE cor 7th and Brannan 
Bertelson Christopher, bootmaker, SW 

cor 23d and York 
BERTLV A, dyer and cleaner, 430 
Bush, 143 Post and 4 Virginia Block 
Stockton 



Berton P, dyer and cleaner, 1212 Polk 
Bertolani P, groceries and liquors, 142 

Folsom 
BERTOS F A CO, (E Galliard), 

bankers, 527 Clav 
BERTOX FRANCIS, consul 

Switzerland and Portugal, 529 Clay 
Bertram Charles L, liquor saloon, 541 

Jackson 
Bertrand Andrew, furrier, 309 Sutter 
Bertrand F Joseph, liquor saloon, 30 Fre 
RERTZ J & ۩ (L Lasar), import- 
ers tobacco and manufac's fine cigars, 

SEcor Market and Fremont 
Berwin Louis D, clothign, 1061 Market 
Berwin Pincus & Bro (Morris Berwin), 

wholesale hats and caps, 111 Batten- 
Best A W, carriage painter, 72 New Mont 
Bester John H, liquor saloon, 643 Jackson 
Besthorn Herman, bootmaker, 206 Poet 
Besthorn Herman, liquor saloon, 7 Stev 
Bestor H T, architect, 652 Market 
Betger Edward, bootmaker, 545 Merchant 
Bettencourt J C S, hairdresser, 23 3rd 
Bettencourt J de Sousa, physician, 232 

Sutter 
Bettis O J, blacksmith, 1434 Jackson 
Bettmann Moses, soap and rosin, 311 Com 
Betts (), secretary Pacific Stock Telegraph 

Co, 113 Leidesdorff 
BETTS SI»KI\<. CO. W M Betts 

manager, manufacturers carriage and 

wago n springs, 218 Fremont 
BETTS W H, manager Betts Spring 

Co, 2t8 Fremont 
Betzold & Nieman (M Betzold and H Xic- 

man), bakery, 418 o'Farrell and 26 

Dupont 
Beveson Bros (Martin and Garsten), gro- 

. i erics and liquors, 570 Mission 
BETEB AROLPH, wines and li- 
quors, -2:',s i«tii cor Capp 
Beyer George, wines ami liqu< 

c<.r Powell and Bay 
Beyer Louis H, hairdresser, 1330 Dupont 
Beyersdort \- Mc< riilis (L Beyersdorf and 
I; F IfcCrillis), wines and liquors, 
842 Maiket 
Biagi h &Oo(BNTroDock), fruit and pro* 
duce commission merchants, 525 San 
Bianchi Charles, marble works, 1250 Mar- 
ket and '.M!4 Biyant 
Bianconi Innocente, grinding, 2420 Post 
Biarnet A Mine, laundry, 818 Larkin 
Itlltltllt S JIKS, ladies- nurse. 

809i Bloward 
Bibbins ft Pownsend (W Townsand and T 
L Bibbine), real estate ageni 
Bnsfa 
Biber Bertha Mine, dressmaker, Li 
Bthliotheque ile ia Ligne Nationale, B 

Haas chairman, 120 Sutter 
Bichard N, coal and codfish, 18-20 Boward 



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]Biek Robert, upholstere , 209 Mason 

Bieber J & Co (Julius Bieber and Morris 
Bieber), Japanese goods, 22 Sansom 

Bieber Julias, manufacturer gents fur- 
nishing goods, 22 Sansom 

BIEDF^BAtH AUGUST, li- 
quor saloon, NE cor Mission and 3d 

Bielenberg P, groceries, 31 Tehama 

Bielski ft Mannheim (Mae Bielski and A 
Mannheim), butter, cheese, &c, 13 
Center Market 

Bien Joseph, locksmith, 412 Commercial 

Bienenfeld Elias, gents furnishing goods, 
1015 Larkin 

Biermann Julius, bakery, 1216 Pacific 

Bigaze L A, sewing machines, 1227 Stock 

Bigelow H H, manager Home Mutual In- 
surance Co, 408 California 

Bigelow S 0, capitalist, 314 California 

BIGELOW A MORRIS (C L 
Bigelow and W B Morris), proprietors 
Western Iron Works, 316-318 Mission 

Biggs Abel R (estate), saloon, SW cor 
Pine and Sansom 

Biggs Harry C, cigars and tobacco, SW 
cor Sansom and Pine 

Bigley Brothers (Daniel and George), gro- 
ceries and provisions, NE cor Clay 
and Davis 

Bigne & Wittman (V Bigne and George 
Wittman), restaurant, 412 Pine 

Bill Conrad, restaurant, 29 Drumm 

BiLLIXCiS l> R * CO (G Cook), 
aroc-eries, 1311 Stockton 

BILLIM^S HARBOIRXE A 
CO (George E Billings, JohD W Har- 
bourne and Alexander M Robertson), 
booksellers and stationers, 3 Mont 

Bine Solomon, fancy goodo, 130 Kearny 

Bine & Georges (Leon Bine and Hypolite 
Georges), merchant tailors, 119 Sutter 

Bineaud Leon, wigmaker, 817 Cay 

Binkelman R, liquor saloon, NE cor 
9th and Railroad Avenues 

BIRCH AR^ALL A CO (William 
H Birch and John Argall), proprietors 
California Machine Works, 119 B ale 

Birchall Edward, fruits, 1603 Eddy 

BIRO XELSOS J, physician, 1061 
Mission 

Bird Robert S, watchmaker, 1018 Powell 
I Bird Thomas, liquor salom, 329 Third 
1 Bird Williams Mrs, midwife, 1018 Powe'l 

BIRDSALL A CASEY (William 
Birdsall and James Casey), restaurant, 
639 Mission 

Birge J J, dentist, 313 Kearny 
j Bisbee, Williams & Co (D W F Bisbee and 
John Lewis, John J and Benjamin 
Williams), mining ani metallurgists, 
32 Merchants' Exchange 

Bischoff Diederich, groceries ani liquors 



525 Jones 



I Bischoff Frederick, groceries and liquor8, 

SW cor Powell and Vallejo 
Bischoff & Leicken (Henry Bischoff and 
F W Leicken), groceries and liquor s, 
788 Harrison 
Bishop E, lamps and oil stoves, 700 Market 
Bishop Henry, liquor saloon, 136 Main 
Bissell C E Mrs, dressmaker, 45 Second 
Bissinger, Knights & Co (A Bissinger and 
A H Knights), commission merchants, 
600 Front 
Biter John, florist and nursery, S s 

Waller bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Biziou Louis, liquor saloon, 1413 Dupont 
Blach Charles, physician, 514 Kearny 
Black Diamond Coal Co, P B Cornwall 

agont, SE cor Folsom and Spear 
Black Edwin H, housepainter, 514 16th 
Black H M & Co, carriagemakers, 851-855 

Market 
BLACK HOWARD, custom shirt- 
maker, 39 Sutter 
Black Point Packing House, Merry, Faull 

& Co, proptrs, 415 Front 
Black Robert If, men's furnishing goods, 

209 Montgomery 
BLACK WILLI AX, marble 

works, 1121 Market 
Blackman Mars J, plumber, 225 Hayes 
Blackmar H C, teacher music, 430 Kearny 
Blackmar & Co (A E Blackmar), wholesale 

sheet n.usic, 647 Market 
Blackwell S B, fancy goods, 108 Seventh 
Blackwood William, real-estate agent, 109 

California 
Blade & Hubner (A M Blade and C W 

Hubner), hats and caps, 910 Market 
Blair David B, consul Brazil, 216 Sansom 
Blair Jame<? C, wood and ivorv turner, 

134-136 Main 
Blair, Van Tassel & Co (D B Blair, Charles 
J Van Tassel and George D Toy), in- 
surance agents, 216 Sansom 
Blake Charles E, physician, 406 Hayes 
Blake Charles E Sr, dentist, 5£ Kearny 
Blake Henrv C, notary public, 333 Mont 
BLAKE' ISAAC E general super- 
intendent Continental Oil and Trans- 
portation Co, 120 Front 
Blake John, .saddler, 222 2nd 
Blake John, tailor, 318 Post 
Blake J W, physician, 1911 Geary 
BLAKEMAIRICE C A 
MAURICE B, attorneys at law, 
417 Kearnv 
BLAKE P H, real-estate agmt, 
N s Point Lobos Avenue near Collins 
Blake, Robbins & Co (Francis Blake, 
Charles F Robbins, James WTowne 
and James Moffatt), manufs paper, j 
516 Sacramento 
Blake S C, books and stationery, 617 j 
Montgomery and 503 Kearnv 



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BLAKELY KOWARO, manuf 

chemi-t, N s Howard nr lbt 
BLAKINTOX .1 S A. NOW 

(Robert;, sailmakere, 6-8 Clay 
Blanc Maurica, liquor saloon, 217 Beale 
Blanc Paul, proptr Hotel des Alpes, 621 

Pacific 
BLANCH BERNARD, carriage 

manuf, 654-658 Howard 
Blanchard Jules, hardware, 44 4th 
BLAM)IX(; GORDON, attorney 

at law, 324 Pine 
Blanding William, attorney 'at law and 
president State Board ' of Harbor 
Commissioners, 324 Pine 
Blaney Edward \V, attorney at law, 526 

Montgomery 
Blaney James A, liquor saloon, SW cor 

4th and Mission 
Blank Louis, watchmaker, 832 Market 
Blankman William, dentist, 23 Kearny 
Blase Angelo, fruits, 702 Turk 
Blaser A, tailor, 26 Stockton 
Bleibtrey Charles, brush manuf, 646 Miss 
Bleily Joseph R, hairdresser, 418 Bu*h 
Blesi' Sebastian, shoemak r, 1059 Market 
Bley A, millinery, 750 Market 
Bloch Abraham B, clothing, 204 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Bloch C, dentist, 318 Hayes 
Bloch L & A, butchers, 823 Greenwich 
Bloch & Alexander (L Bloch and L Alex- 
ander), dress and cloak manufs, 107 
Stockton 
Bloch & Blum (Samuel Bloch and Henry 

Blum), butchers, 519 Geary 
Bloch & Davidson (Isaac F Bloch and 
James W Davidson), morocco manufs, 
117 Pine 
Blochman E Mrs, milliner, 1019 Larkin 
Blochman & Cerf (Abraham Blochman 
and Moses Cerf), lime, cement and 
brick, 24-26 California 
Block David, hardware, 939 Folsom 
Block E M, proptr Carmen Island Salt 

Works, 207 Front 
Block I, cigars and tobacco, 228 Sutter 
Block James N, merchant, 207 Front 
Block John, tailor, 648 Commerc-al 
Block W, boots and shoes, 1319 Stockton 
Block & Bernhard (B Block and J Bern- 
hard), stockbrokers, 404 Montgomery 
Blodes Theodore, liquor saloon, 1243 Fol- 
som 
ItLOim PETER, li-mor saloon, 

NE cor Mission and Beale 
Blohm & Offermann (.John Plohm and 
Wil iam Offermann), groceries and 
liquors, 1402 Folsom 
Blohme John, groceries and li mors, 217 

•2nd and 1201 Polk 
BIiO.HK IIEXRY & CO (Henry 
Meyer), liquor Baloon, :: Clay 



Blood J H, notary public, 304 Mont 
Blood Levi L, mining, 45 Merch Ex 
Blood N Mr6, dressmaker, 319 Bush 
Bloom William, tannery, Folsom nr 78th 
Bloomer R F, decorative art, 14 O'Far.-ell 
Bloomfield James T Mrs, ladies' hair 

drei-ser, 1405£ Stockton 
Blow A W & Co (Alfred W and Robert), 

stockbrokers, 30' Pine 
Bloxham Charles, stationery, 2212 16th 
BUE LINK TRANSPORTA- 
TION FRKIGHT (O, John s 
Inglis agtnt, 22 California 
Blum Adolph, cigars and tobacco, 805 Cal 
Blum Adolph, shoemaker, 1012 Battery 
Blum Henry, baktry, 181< Powell 
Blum & Schroepfer (Robert Blum and A 

Schroepfer), furniture, 637 Market 
Blumberg Julius F, insurance broker, 300 

Montg< mery 
Blume Henry, bootmaker, (J49 Merchant 
Blumenberg Susan M Mrs,f real estate, 

125 Sansom 
Blumenthal B & Co (J W C^uinlan), glove 

factory, 114£ Post 
Blumentlal Penard, drv goods, 134 6th 
BLIMESTBAL BEXBY H, 
wholesale groceries and provisions, 
125 Washington 
Blundell James, pi optr Blundell House, 

1 5th 
Blunt William G, naturalist, 813 Market 
Bluxome J, phvsician, 306 Stockton 
Blythe T H, capitalist, 7244 Market 
Eoalt John H, attorney at law, 419 Cal 
Board of Regents State University, Robert 

E (' Stearns secretary, 310 Pine 
BOABI) OF TRADE OF K F. 

Charles F Wyman sec, 123 Cal 
Boardman George C, manager yEtna In- 
surance Co, 311 California 
Boas J, speculator, 420 Montgomery 
Pobech .lohn, fruits, (=39 Post 
Boca Brewing Co, William Hessmiperin- 

tendent, 4i.*i Sacramento 
Boccanovch P, ctffee saloon, 161 Steuart 
Boch T Mrs, fancy goods, 2117 rillmore 
Bock Charles, r. staurant, toot Larkin 
Bock Joseph, 1 aki rj , 988 Folsom 
Bocken & Paccala* (Henry Bocken and 
Louie Eaccala), restaurant, 640 < omj 
Bookman John C, groceries and liquors, 

r;,r, 4th 
BORE GEORGE <\ proptr Rati rj 

SI Bond) 'i Warehi upe, 1201 Batten 
BORE A DAN FORTH 

i > and E I anforth), pn ptra inter- 
nal Revenue B< oded warehous* 
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BODE A SEARXE <<; 

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Boden John H & Co (John H Boden and 
Julius Quinchard), custom-house 
brokers, 504 Battery 
BODFISH WILLIAM H, attor- 
ney at law, 712 Montgomery 
Bodien Ida Miss, millinery, 54 Third 
BODIEN JOHN, upholsterer, 229 

El lis 

BOB WELL H H, proptr Excelsior 

Windmill and Horse-power Works, 

211 and 213 Mission 

Boedeker & Spencer (Harmann Boedeker 

and Mrs. Eliza Spencer), groceries 

and liquors, NW cor Kear and Green 

BOERICKE & TAFEL (F E 

Boericke and A J Tafel), proprietors 

Homoeopathic Dispensary, 334 Sutter 

Boesch Emil, proptr Pacific Lamp and 

Reflector Factory, 569 Mission 
Boese Gerhard, wines and liquors, 816 

and 818 Clay 
BOESE HENRY J. proptr Golden 

Gate Market, 514 Davis 
Bogan Owen, groceries and liquors, 1936 

Bush 
Bogardus J P, proptr Figaro, 532 Merch 
Bogart John M, grain broker, 714 Sac 
Bogart O H, mining secretary, 106 Leid 
Bogel C H, liquor saloon, SW cor Fran- 
cisco and Mason 
Boger Frederick E, cigar manuf, 526 Hayes 
Boger William, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Filbert and Stockton 
Bogner Charles, jeweler, 300 4th 
Bogner Charles, tailor, 11 Sutter 
BO HAN JAMES A. groceries and 

liquors, 921 Howard 
Bohemian Club, 430 Pine 
Bohin William, manufacturing jeweler, 

616 Merchant 
Bohn John, stoves and tinware, 112 7th 
Boisnet A, cabinetmaker, 413 Mission 
Boisse E, hairdresser, 526 Commercial 
Boisseau & Son (Jean and Eniile), boot- 
makers, 324 Dupont 
Boisson & Pichon (Francis Boison and P 
Pichon), poultry, 15 and 19 San Fran- 
cisco Market 
Boitano Francisco, wood and coal, 1516 

Stockton 
Bolan Catherine, bakery, 102 9th 
Bolan M J, physician, 737 Market 
Bole Henriette Mrs, dressmaker, 1018 

Lark in 
Boley Susan Mrs, furnished rooms, 675 

Mission 
Boiler Conrad, cabinetmaker, 152 Blux- 

ome and 617 Brannan 
Boiler Fred J, market, 1230 Dupont and 

wines and liquors, 1228 Dupont 
Bollinger & Miller (Nicholas Bollinger and 
• William P Miller), butchers, 5 Jack 
Bollinger Frank, hairdresser, 115i Jack 



Bollman John & Co, manufacturers cig- 
arettes and tobacco, 409 Washington 
Bolton James R, capitalist, 618 Merchant 
Bolton Thomas, dentist, 804 Howard 
Bolts John, wines and liquors, 903 Market 
Boman C E, carpenter, 13 Stockton 
Bonacina Joseph M, furniture, 17 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Bonanza House, Holm & Saxtorph, 867 

Market 
Bonde James, carpenter, 1110 Dupont 
Bonglet C, laundry, 527 Hayes 
Bonn Gustave liquor saloon, 138 Fo'som 
Bonnet B, asphaltum worker, 402 Mont 
Bonney O, wood working machinery, 221 

Mission 
BOOKER W LANE, HBM Con 

sul, 319 California 
Boole George, ship builder, 5 Spear 
BOOME WILLIAM H. physi 
cian Citv and County Hospital, Potre 
ro Avenue, bet 22d and 23d 
Boone & Osborn (J L Boon and E E Os- 
born), attorneys at law, 320 California 
Booth Lucius A, real estate, 402 Front 
Booth Thomas, cigars and tobacco, 621 

Davis 
Booth William F, attorney at law, 502 

Montgomery 
Boothby Adolph F, coffee saloon, 312 

Town send 
BOOTHBY MELYIN, liquor sa 

loon, NW cor Commercial and East 
Boothe E B, secretary Silver King Mining 

Companv, 320 California 
Boothe E G,>20 California 
Boothe William H, mining secretary 320 

California 
BOOTZ AD AM. proptr Bootz Hotel 

435 Pine 
BOOTZ HOTEL, Adam Bootz, pro 

prietor, 435 Pine 
Boradt Henrv, liquor saloon, 528 Valencia 
Borbeck John, cigars and tobacco, 503 Pac 
Borboa Jesus, groceries, 1336 Dupont 
Borchers J C, physician, 540 Washington 
Bordeaux Board of Underwriters, Henry 
Schroder & Co, agents, 433 Battery 
Bordenave Albert J, restaurant, 706 Mont 
Bordenave John, liquor saloon, SW cor 

5th Ave and M 
Bordner Jacob, carpenter, 641 Mission 
Bordwell G A, architect, 318 Pine 
Bordwell George, architect, 507 California 
BORDWELL, ROGERS A CO 
(H W Bordwell and Edward B Rog- 
ers), mechanical engineers and mill 
builders, 240 Montgomery 
BOREL ALFRED A CO (An- 

toine Borel), bankers, 601 Mont 
Borel Florentine, proptr Hotel de France, 
637 Pacific 



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Borella Angelo, junk, 1035 Kearny 
Borgstrom Jenny Mrs, millinery 

Montgomery Ave 
Borgstrom Minnie Mrs, milliner 

Montgomery Ave 
Boris Lambert, gents furnishing goods, 

1127 Dupont 
Borkhim H, tailor and gents furnishing 

goods, 532i Polk 
Borland S H Mrs, dressmaker, 16 Mason 
Born Charles, hairdresser, 417 Post 
Born Susan, dressmaker, 76 3 Bryant 
Bornstein Bros (J and M Bornstein), 

clothing, 844 Market 
Bornstein Louis, cigars and tobacco, 113 

6th 
BO ICO WSK V HlUHAXIi, «ines 

and liquors, 514 Hayes 
Borremans Charles, dry goods and fancy 

goods, 1113 Stockton 
Borrman John C, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Howard and 8th 
Borromeo A, shoemaker, 315 Pacific 
Boruck M D, proptr Spirit of the Times, 

621 Sansom 
Boschen Nicholas, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor 5th and Minna 
Bose August, groceries and liquors, 130 

Folsom 
Bose Charles, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Ellis and Fillmore 
Bose Frank, groceries and liquors, 731 

Brannan 
Bose Frederick, groceries and liquors, 

1061 Howard 
Bosq Elizabeth Mrs, laundry, 1023J Sutter 
Bosq R, lapidary, 13 Trinity 
Bosqui Edward' & Co (H L Tevis), book- 
binders and lithographers, 523 Clay 
Bossi E G, fresco painter, 1105 Stockton 
Boston Board of Underwriters, J S Bacon, 

316 California 
Boston Cracker Co, Judson H Clark pro- 
prietor, 132 Fourth 
Bostwick C Mrs, private boarding, 32 Ellis 
Boswell S B & Co (Dudley C Bates), stock 

brokers, 318 California 
Bos-worth A Mrs, coffee saloon, 619 Sacra- 
mento 
Bosworth William, mining, 432 Mont 
Botcher Albert, groceries and liquors, 

501 Fell 
Bothin, Dallemand & Co (H E Bothin 
and A Dallemand), wholesale teas, 
coffees and spices, 305 and 307 Front 
Bottsford William, physician, 8 Mason 
ROTTERJS JASPER, liquor sa- 
loon, SE cor Drunini and Pacific 
BOTTLE KAISERS PACIF- 
IC REER HAIili. Alexander 
Rotenstein, proptr, 683 and 686 Claj 
Botts Charles T, attorney at law, 33 
Montgomery Block 



Boucher Edmund, restaurant, 303 Mont 

gomery A'^ e 
Bouchet &*Boyer (Jules Bouchet and Hur 
bain Boyer), res'aurant, 1122 Dupont 
Boudet Man.' Mrs, laundry, 1023.V Clay 
Eoukofsky ■& Sternberg (E Boukofsky'and 
D Sternberg), manufs cigars, 515 
Front 
Boulster Albert, confectionery, 119 6th 
BOl'KUOIX ADOLPHE bcoks, 
stationery and periodicals, 206 Mont- 
gomery Avenue and 1009 Kearny 
Bourne John B, stockbroker, 12 Leiil 
Bourne K A, manuf boot uppers, 108 

Geary 
Bourquin Charles, dentist, 734 Mont 
Bouryade C, wines and liquo-s, 1509 Dup 
Bouse Nicholas, wines and liquors, 913 

Bryant 
Bousquet A M Mrs, dyer and scourer, 726} 

Howard 
Bouteiller M, fruits, 23 and 24 Grand 

Western Market 
Boutes & Pac (J F Boutes and J Jacques 

Pac), wines and liquors, 511 Wash 

Bouvy F B, artist, 240 Montgomery 

Bovee William H, real estate broker, 509 

California, and proptr Neptune and 

Mermaid Sea Baths, foot Larkin 

Bovo Gabriel wines and liquors, 1302 

Dupont 
Bovyer William L, carpenter, 212 Leid 
Bowcher James, upholsterer, 27 6th 
Bowen Albert H, dry goods, 500 Valencia 
Bowen Bros (Charles R Bowen and Samuel 
Granger), wholesale and retail gro- 
cers, 432 Pine 
Bowen Edgar J, seedsman, 815 Sansom 
Bowen Handy D, dry goods, 841 Valencia 
Bower Frederick, artist, 744 Mission 
Bower S M, upholsterer, 1322 Polk 
BOWERS J mi/TOX, physician, 
surgeon and gynaecologist, 23 Kearny 
Bowie August J Jr, mining engineer, 217 

Sansom 
Bowie H P, attorney at law, 318 California 
Bowler James, groceries and liquors, 24 

Howard 
Bowles B F Rev, pastor First Univeisa- 

list Charon, r 2682 Bush 
Bowles James, books and stationery, 

si: oor Leid .adorn* and Commercial 
Bowles h Darrow (George Bowlefl and Hy 

Darrowi, carpenters, 228 Port 
ROW I, FA RROTHERS (Samuel 
C and H L), Importers, wholesale and 
retail deali 

dlery, robes, etc, B fcferchanl 
change, repository cor New M< 

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Bowmau Arthur W, n 140*1 

Bowman Qeoi i Pow- 

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manufs cigars and tobacco, NW cor | BRADY EDWARD, plumber, gas 
Battery and Sacramento and steam fitter, 423 Pine 

Bowman William J, groceries, 1565 Mar- Brady Henry J, attorney at law, 402 Mont 
ket Brady Matthew, boarding, 253 Steuart 

Boxton George W, show cards, 9 Geary ; Brady Patrick, cemetery fence builder, 

Boy's and Girl's Aid Society, J H Baker 1 NE cor Ellis and Erode rick, and E s 
superintendent, 68 Clementina Central Avenue near Post 

Boyce Richard, liquor saloon, 2508 Bush \ BRADY PATRICK., tin roofer, 



Boyce S B, stockbroker, 307 Montgomery 
Bovd Annie Mrs, lodgings, 30 Kearny 
BOYD E T. plumber, 840 Clay 
Boyd John F, mining, 52 "Nevada Block 
BOYD WILLIAM, livery stable, 

1009 and 1011 Valencia' 
Boyd & Davis (Alexander Boyd and Jacob 

Z Davis), capitalists, 126 Kearny 
Boye John S, designer and carver, 1229 BRADY 

Mission 
Boyer A J, proptr Mission Mirror and job 



1326 Folsom 
Brady S M Mrs, bakery, 1337 Pine 
Brady Susan, bakery, 134 8th 
Bradv Thomas H, liquor saloon, 4 4th 
BRADY & DOXLEA1T (J 

S Brady and Michael P Donleavy). 

proptrs Occidental Oyster Saloon, 530 

Market 

& FARRELLY (Owen 

Brady and James M Farrelly), proptrs 

La Grande Exchange Saloon, 610 Mar 



printer, cor Mission and 16th ket and 9 Post 

Bovken A J, druggist, SE cor Mission Brandlein George, cabinetmaker, 1523 

* and 9th Market 

Boyle George S, dentist, 331 Kearny Braga Frank, liquor saloon, 415 Drumm 

Boyle J & Co (John Boyle), liquor saloon, Bragg Robert, manuf steering wheels, 322 

705 Market Main 

Boyle John, collector, 436 Montgomery j Braid D Mrs, milliner, 512 Hayes 
Boysen Julius, hatter, 604 Merchant \ Brainard H C Mrs, lodgings, 334 Bush 

Boyson Thomas, physician, 112 Kearny ! Brampton Fredeiick, butcher, 1 and 2 
Boyeton John S, wines and liquors, 111 1 Hayes Valley Market 

Sutter |Bramson Henry, machinist, 14 Pfeiffer 

Bozio & Leturc (Orlando Bozio and Au- Bramstedt John H, liquor saloon, 251 

guste Leturc), wines and liquors, 149 I Steuart 

4th Branch House, L J Ewell proptr, 424 

Bozzo E & Co (G Testa), wood and coal, I Sansom 

739Vallejo BRAND ARISTIDE, secretary 

Brace N Mrs, dressmaker, 328 16th Frenih Savings and Loan Society. 534 

Brack Oswald, leather and shoe findings, | California 

643 Merchant 1 Brand Herman, dealer cigars and leaf to- 

Brackett William K, publisher S:ock Lists, I bacco, 304 Battery 

327 Pine i Brand H J, manufacturing jeweler, 235 

Bradbury William B, proptr Centennial j Kearny 

Planing Mills, 556-572 Brannan ; Brandenstein G H, cigars and tobacco, 

Brader Charles, bakery, 1116 Folsom 21 Kearny 

Bradford A C, attorney at law, 73 Nevada | Brandenstein M & Co (Lazard Godchaux), 

Block wholesale butchers, 1st Ave, 529 Clay 

Bradford George B, real estate, 413 Mont i Brandon Frank D, attorney at law, 528 
BRADFORD T D, fur dealer, 507 ! California 

Montgomery Brandon Joseph R, attorney at law 604 

Bradford WhTam, draughtsman, 744 Miss | Merchant 
Bradford William G, real estate broker, BRANTDOX W 31, real estate agent, 

413 Montgomery 223 Kearny 

Bradley Mary J, teacher elocution, 509 Brandt Bernard L, house painter, 404 

Leavenworth Montgomery _ _T^-.:! 

Bradley Patrick, fruits. 711 Brannan ; Brandt Frederick, groceries'and liquors, 

Bradley Theodore, attorney at law, .,02 j 417 3d 

Montgomery Brandt I B L, attorney at law, 215 Sansom 

Bradley & Rulofson (John H Dall and Mrs : Brandt Otto, wood and coal, 1033 Valen- 

W Rulofson), photographers, 429 Mont cia, and groceries, 1038 Market 

Bradshaw Albert, confectionery manuf, BRAXDT& MVEIiI.ER(H Brandt 

345 16th Or o Mueller), proptrs California Freie 

Bradstreet Co (The), L B Hdliard mana- ; Presse, 515 California 

ger, 230 California IBrandtjen John, liquor saloon, 430 4tli 



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Brannan P R, horse-shoer, 821 Geary 
Brannan Thomas, wood and coal, 1161 

Howard 
Brannan William, vegetables, 132 1st 
Brannigan P J, bakery, 1211 Bush 
Branson, Armitage & Co (J F Miller, W 

Branson and John Armitage), sail 

makers, 111 Broadway 
Braud C Madam, manufacturers fancy 

and ostrich feathers, 606 Mission 
Braverman & Levy (Louis Braverman and 

John Levy), watches and jewelry, 119 

Montgomery 
BRAY BROS (Watson" A), commis- 
sion merchante, 226 Clay 
BRAY FRAXK, superintendent 

Mission Market, Mission, bet 15th and 

16th 
Bray Henry T, carpenter, 531 Sacramento 
Brazell James M, mining secretary, 328 

Montgomery 
Brearty Daniel, horse-shoer, 619 Grove 
Breckel Frederick, pork butcher, 26 Cen- 
ter Market 
Brede Henry J, groceries and liquors, 

1501 Market 
BREDHOFF HEXRY, liquor 

saloon, 428 East 
BREEBE HEXRY A, wines and 

liquors, SE cor Clay and Waverley PI 
Breen John, livery stable, 222 5th 
Breeze & Loughran (Charles K Breeze 

and Thomas Loughran), produce 

merchants, SW cor Wash and Davis 
BR KIIH R W, woodturner, 221 Miss 
Brewing Frank, butcher, SE cor 3rd and 

Minna 
RREKLE G, proptr Golden City 

Brewery, 1431 Pacific 
Bremen Underwriters (Marine), Henry 

Balzer & Co agents, 209 Sansom 
Bremer Hermann, proptr Siegfried's 

Hotel, 228 Bush 
Bremer John H, groceries and liquors, 

1336 Vallejo 
Bremer Joseph & Co (Joseph Bremer), 

manufs cigars, 310 Sacramento 
Bremer Nicholas, proptr Russian and 

Turkish Baths, 722 Montgomery 
Biemer William H, general agent, 310 

Sacramento 
Brennan Patrick, fruits, 1121 Harrison 
Brennan T W, wines and liquors, NE cor 

Kearny and day 
Brennan William, wines and liquors, 815 

Clay 
Brenner L, fish, 62 Center Market 
Breslin Deliah, dressmaker, 1205 Folsom 
Breslin John, liquor saloon, 128 Fremont 
Breslin Laurence Rev, pastor Potrero R C 

Church, res X a Alabama near 24th 
Bresson Joseph, tobacco factory, 928 Pac 
Brettonnel Jules V, lapidary, 828 Bush 



Breuer Hermann, groceries and liquors, 

XW cor Dupont and Vallejo 
Brewer Frank A, dentist, 103 Geary 
Brewer Jacob, bakerv, 1711 Market 
BREWER Rl'BOLPH li, liquor 

aaloon, SE cor Front and Oregon 
Brewer & Barstow (John H Brewer and 

Alfred Barstow), attorneys at law, 

330 Pine 
RREWSTER JOHN, painter and 

glazier, 17 Belden 
Brewster Mary (widow), furnished rooms, 

127 Montgomery 
Brewster Rolla E, mining, 314 Mont 
Brewster William, rigger, Bryant opp 

Fremont 
Brewton James G, wines and liquors, 422 

Kearny 
Brickett John B, cigars and fruits, 325 

Turk 
Brickley William, groceries, 28A Freelon 
Brickwedel Henry & Co (Martin Hencken 

and Henry Schroder), wholesale wines 

and liquors, 208-210 Front 
Brickwedel Jacob, wines and liquors, 

NE cor Mission and Fremont 
Brickwedel & McGreevy (John B.ickwedel 

and John McGreevy), liquor saloon, 

NE cor Spear and Harrison 
Bridge W E, livery stable, 23 2 Sutter 
Briel H, bootmaker, 16 Dupont 
Briggs Arthur R, proprietor The Grocer 

and Country Merchant, 405 Front 
Briggs E & Co (Edgar Briggs), cigars and 

tobacco, 646 Market 
Briggs George W, stoves and tinware, 532 

Montgomery Ave and 618 Cnion 
Briggs L W Mrs, dressmaker, 114£ Turk 
Briggs O W Rev, 137 Montgomery 
Briggs Spencer R, cigars and tobacco, 200 

California 
Prigham Charles B, phvsician, 703 Market 
BRIQHAH WBIT\E\ & CO 

(Calvin O Brigham, A P Whitney 

and John C Hoppe), wholesale dairy 

produce and provisions, 320 Front 
Brignole Giovanni, fruit, T04 3rd 
Brignone Domingo & Co, hay, straw, etc, 

620 Broadway 
Brind Caleb, confectioner, 1608 Polk 
Brinkmann Benry, cigars and tobacco, 

1005 Howard * 
Brinsmade Charles E, observer U S Big- 

oal Service, 42 Merchants' Exchange 
Brisb is .\, saddler, 73."' Brannan 
British American Assurance Co (Toronto), 

Butler & Halden general agents, 418 

Califoi nia 
British and Fori Ign Marine 1 Insurance <'", 

Balfour, G . 8164 aJ 

British \\ nevoh nl - Ifont 

Britten A Fleming (Mike Britten and Mas 

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BRITTOX A HEY (Joseph Britton 

and J J Rey), lithographers and en- 
gravers, 525 Commercial 
Britzhoff Alexander, storekeeper Internal 

Revenue, 1203 Battery 
Brizzolara & Roccatagliata (L Brizzolara 

and G B Roccatagliata), wood and 

coal, 1015 Washington 
Broad Charles E, groceries and liquors, 

1000 Hyde 
Broadwav Brewery, Jacoh Adams proptr, 

637 Broadway" 
Broadway Hotel, John Donohue proptr, 

212 Broadway 
Brock C S, teacher wax-work, 523 Fulton 
Brock Gustave, artist, 6 Eddy 
Brock James, groc ries and liquors, 239 

Pern- 
Brock Julien, clothing, 718 Washington 
Brock S Mrs, dressmaker, 1633 Clay 
Brockhoff William H, groceries and 

liquors, 120 24th 
BROCKLEBA\K MAXIEL 

T, real-es'ate agent, 606 Mont 
BRODERICK JOHX. coffee sa 

loon and restaurant, 41 Pacific 
Broderick T J, boots and shoes, 112 3rd 
Brodie J R & Co (James R Brodie and 

Samuel Valleau), printers, 420 Clay 
Brodie S H, counselor, 604 Merchant 
Brodigan Patrick, tailor, 304 Minna 
Brodrick T A, tailor, 409 4th 
Broecker Frank, cigars and tobacco, 237 5th 
Broer William, liquor saioon, 314 Post 
Brogan Michael, proptr The Abbotsford 

House, N 9 Broadwav bet Larkin and 

Polk 
Bronneer Carl W, restaurant, 24 3rd 
Brooke Bros (George C and James T), sign 

painters, 717 Market 
Brookes Samuel M, artist, 611 Clay 
Brooklvn Ho - el, Kelly, Jr, and Shields 

proptrs, 210-212 Bush 
Brooks B H, attorney at law, NW cor 

4th and Townsend 
Brooks Benjamin S, attorney at law, 6 

Montgomery Ave 
Brooks H S, mining, 318 Pine 
Brooks L N, manufs' agent, 204 Cal 
BROOKS O H, 
Brooks S H, stockbroker, 439 California 
Brooks W L, collector, 328 Montgomery 
Broquett John, hairdresser, 319 Mont Ave 
BROSI H E, wines and liquors, 37 2d 
Brosse S C Mine, teacher dress-cutting, 

421^ O'Farrell 
Brotherton Robert, carpenter, 405 Cal 
Brougham J, hairdresser, 631 Kearny 
Browell Jeremiah, contractor and manuf 

chimney stacks, 442 Jackson 
BROWS A & SOX (Wm G Brown), 

milk can manufs, and stoves and tin- 
ware, 39 Eddv 



Brown Barbara Mrs, dressmaker, 707 Val 

BROWS BRAIXARD C, short 

hand reporter, 604 Merchant 
Brown Brothers & Co (Lewis and Morris 
Brown, and Bahr Sheu'eman), agents 
Oregon City Woolen Mills, 24 and 26 
Sansom 
Brown Charles & Son (Benjamin), stoves 

and tinware, 18 Dupont 
Brown Charles F, real-estate agent, 37 

Merchants' Exchange 
Brown Charlotte Blake Mrs, physician, 

435 Geary 
Brown, Craig & Co (Edward Brown, Homer 
A Craig, Wm P Thomas and Walter 
W Haskell), insurance agents, 215 
Sansom 
Brown D, advertising agent, 606 Mont- 
gomery 
Brown E Mrs, dressmaker, 329 O'Farrell 
Brown Ellen, millinery, 1003 Howard 
Brown F Mrs, dressmaker, 35 5th 
Brown Frederick, restaurant, 10 Steuart 
Brown Harry Mrs, dressmaker, 333 Geary 
Brown Harvey S, attorney at law, NE 

cor 4th and Townsend 
BROWS HEXRl, proptr Scan 

dinavian Home, 810-814 Battery 
Brown H J, crockery, 414 3rd 
Brown Isaac, gooceries and liquors, 1000 

Larkin 
Brown I W W, butcher, 19 Grand Arcad* 

Market 
Brown J L, secretary Bank of San Fran- 
cisco, 327 Pine 
Brown John ?, job printer, 535 Clay 
Brown Julius & Co (Louis Buff), general 

merchandise, 125 Sansom 
Brown Nathan & Co (Abraham Rosenthal 
and E Brown),wholesale clothing and 
furnishing goods, 108 Battery 
Brown R Miss, bakery, 1133 Pacific 
Brown R G, 328 Montgomery 
Brown Richard, capitalist, 215 Sansom'] 
Brown Richard, fruits, 911 Harrison 
Brown R W, wholesale sheep butcher, 

cor 5th Avenue and X 
BROWS SAMUEL. M, groceries 

and liquors, 316 5th 
Brown Stephen, groceries, 21 and 22 Mis- 
sion Market 
Brown Stephen G, hairdresser, 215 16th 
Brown T H, dentist, 1612 Mission, 
Brown Thomas, liquor saloon, 821 Market 
Brown Thomas A, photographer, 606 

Kearn v 
BROWS W r H COL, night con- 
tractor, 221 Dupont 
Brown W H, fruits, 30 and 31 California 

Market 
Brown William, saw maker, 222 Jackson 
Brown William C, printer, 419 Sacramento 



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BROWX & MAXWELL (B C 
Brown and W A Maxwell), shorthand 
reporters, 604 Merchant 

BROWN A METZXER (W S 

Brown and William Metzner), agents 
Corticclli sewing silk and dealers in 
eastern eiirars, 549 Market 
BROWN A I'ERKIXS (George 
A Brown and George F Perkins), 
proptrs Old Bank Exchange, SE cor 
Montgomery and Washington 
Brown & Wilson (H C Brown and W H 

Wilson), asphaltum roofers, 610 Miss 

Browne Spencer C, real estate, 320 San 

BROWMXG AlCwl ST. gun and 

locksmith and bell hanger, 651 Clay 

Browning William, wines and liquors, 

541 Clav 
BROWXIX^A SCHEELE(Jno 
Browning and Hermon Scheele), gro- 
ceries and liquors, N \V cor 19th and 
Mission 
Brownlee J Clark, newstand, The Baldwin 
BROYER JOH\. groceries and 

liquors, 623 1st 
Bru John, boot maker, 1220 Powell 
BRUCE DO\ALD, job, label and 

Chinese printer, 537 Sacramento 
Bruce Josephine, lodging, 310 Mont Ave 
Bruck A, physician, 744 Broadway 
BrucklmaierC, watchmaker and jeweler, 

84 2d 
Bruckner William, mining engineer, 328 

Montgomery 
Bruenings Christian, liquor saloon, 49 

Stevenson 
BBIGGE & RAETTGE (George 
Brugge and Peter Baettge, proptrs 
Nevada Stables, 110 Washin;rton 
BRIGGEMAXX BEXBY. mer- 
chant tailor, 526 Montgomery 
BBIBXS I1AVS W, liquor sa- 
loon and restaurant 1122 Battery 
Brumagim J W, attorney at law, 33 Ne- 
vada Block 
Brundage J P, butcher, 2201 Polk 
Brune A E, physician, 22 Kearny 
Bnzne August, cigar manufacturer, 227 

Clay 
Bruner William H, physician, 23 Post 
Brunet E, jeweler, 614 Merchant 
Brunjes Henry, grojeri^-s and liquors, 

430 Brannan 
Brunier Eugene, junk, 1019 Kearny 
Bmning William, proptr San Francisco 

Soda Works, 733 Union 
Brunjes Jacob, groceries and liquors, 439 

Vallejo 
Brunn Abraham .1, leal estate, 502 Kear 
Brunn Jacob, accountant, 502 Kcarm 
Brunner John, liquor saloon, 518 Batter] 
Brunner Louis, stationery and watch- 
maker, SSQ Ha\cs 



Bruno Nicholas, provisions, 407 Broadway 
Bruns Henry, wines and liquors, Nw| 

cor 26th and Folsom 
Bruns Henry F, wines and liquors, SW 
cor Townsend and 5th and 1201 
Market 
Bruns Nicholas, groceries and liquors and 

coal, 617 and 619 Davis 
Bruns Peter (estate of), groceries and 

and liquors, NW cor 3d and Berry 
P.run- William, phvsician, 820 Greenwich 
BREXS & BORMAXX (H Bruns 
and Henry Bormann), wines and 
liquors, NW cor Main and Bryant 
Bruns & Brother (George and John), gro- 
ceries and liquors SW cor Mission 
and 16th 
Bruns & Co (Harry Bruns), iron mer- 
chants, 11 Beale" 
BRIXH & KOEBXKE (J H 
Bruns and IFF Koehnke), liquor sa- 
loon and restaurant, 128 California 
Brunsen Martin, liquor saloon, 539 Pacific 
Brunstamp John A C, liquor saloon, 334 

Bush 
Brunswick House, David Stearn, proptr, 

148 6th 
Brush George A, grainer, £29 Merchant 
Brushaber William, winr-s and liquors, 

94H Market 
Bruton Daniel, commission merchant, 202 

California 
Brvan Agnes, dressmaker, 29 5th 
BRYAX EDWARD H, superin 
tending physician City and County 
Hospital, Potrero Avenue, bet 22d 
and 23d 
Bryan E H Miss, teacher piano, 2212 Fill 
Bryan J M, stoves and crockery, 130 3d 
Bryan Thomas, proptr American Ex- 
change Hotel, 319 Sansom 
Bryan William J, druggist, BE cor New 
Montgomery and Market, NE cor ( 
Turk and Taylor and 603 Merchant 
Bryan William J & Co, apothecaries, 

NW cor 2d and Howard 
Bryant A Mrs, dressmaker, 142 5th 
Bryant Eleaar, l>akery, 539 4th 
Bryant George, shoemaker, 22 Dupont 
Bryant Warren, mining secretary, 216 

Kearnv 
Bryant \"Cook (D S Bryant ami D S 
Cook), commission merchants, i? 
Dai ia 
Bryant A Hoffmann (John Bryant and 
Charles 8 Hoffmann), wood carvers, 
NW cor Mission and Beak and 217 
Bpear 
Bryant \ Bayen (John Bryant and Wm 

F Bayers), attorney- at law, 214 Ban 
Bryce Ellen, boarding, :<'.» Minna 
Bryoo a Mrs, ladi< a nursi . -"7 Pacific 
Bryson I W, junk, 587 4th 






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Bucca Frank, musician, 1323 Dupont 
Bucca P, musician, 530 Vallejo 
Buchan James, boots and shoes, 230 16th 
Br€HA\AS A JLYAIili (New 

York), H H Todd, manager, manu- 
facturers navy tobacco, 315 Battery 
Bucholz Henrv, hardware, 222 6th 
BUCK DANIEL, mining secretary, 

80 Nevada Block 
Buck John, grocer es and liquors, NE 

cor 2d and Clementina 
Buck W A, chimney sweeper,, 1503 Cal 
Buckenmeir Joseph, wines and liquors, 

1428 Stockton 
Bucking Deitriek, cooper, 758 Bryant 
Bucking & Pilster (John Bucking and 

Henry Pilster), groceries and liquors, 

515 Brvant 
BUCKIXG HAM] A HECHT 

(Thomas H Buckingham, Isaac and 

Louis Hecht, Jr, and Louis P Wiel), 

manufacturers boots and shoes, 528 

and 530 Market, factory NW corner 

Haight and Gough 
Buckley C F, physician, 413 Bush 
Buckley D, proptr New Continental 

Hotel, 547 Mission 
Bucklev David J, proptr Terminal Hotel, 

606 r 4th 
Buckley E P, real estate, 424 Montgomery 
Buckley Frank Jr, cigars and tobacco, 842 

Market 
Buckley George D, attorney at law, 504 

Kearny 
Buckley James, liquor saloon, 1918 Polk 
Buckman Albert E, contractor, 704 Mont 
BUCKXALL H J, physician, spec- 
ialist in diseases of the skin, SAV cor 

Dupont and Sutter 
Bucknam & Langrehr (E T Bucknam and 

H C Langrehr), manufacturers ship 

stoves, 22 Steuart 
Buckner & Keesler (Charles Buckner and 

Charles Keesler), cabinetmakers, 463 

Natoma 
Budd Way-man C, stock broker, 440 Cal 
Buecker & Rupinsky (George Buecker 

and August Rupinskv), coffee saloon, 

2129 Mission 
Buehler J M Rev, pastor St. Paul's 

Church, S s Mission, bet 5th and 6th 
Buehlmann Frederick, groceries and 

liquors, NE cor 8th and Minna 
! Buena Vista Yinicultural Society, Richard 

F Budge, secretary, 409 Battery 
Buffalo German Insurance Co (Buffalo, N. 

Y), Jacobs ft Easton, agents, 216 San 
Buffalo Grape Sugar Co, Willis J Currier, 

agent, 205 Front 
BIFFIXGTOX J M, mining sec- 
retary, 309 California 
Bugbee Charles L, architect, 79 Nevada 

Block 



Bugbee John S, attorney at law, lOMont- 
gomerv Block 

BIHLERT JUU1US. law and col- 
lection, 605 Clay 

Buhlert & McMenomey (Albert Buhler and 
James McMenomey),undertakers,1057 
Mission 

Buhot T Mme, laundry, 1020 Larkin 

Buhr & Bandy (Benjamin F Buhr and 
Aaron N Bandy), commission mer- 
chants, NE cor Front and Washington 

Bujinnoff & Rohrbach (Reynold Buji- 
noff and John J Rohrbach), manufac- 
turing jewelers, 13 Trinity 

Bulkeley L E, attorney at law, 603 Wash 

Bull Alpheus, vice president Firemans 

Fund Insurance Co, 401 California 
! Bull James, merchant tailor, 107 3d 
'• Bullard James H, produce merchant, 102 
Drumm 

BUUL.EBBIECK A MERTZ 
(Nicholas Bullerdieck and Frederick 
Mertz), wood and coal, hav and grain, 
1632 Mission 

BULLET MICHEL coffee saloon, 
NW cor Jackson and Drumm 

BULLETIN S F (daily evening, 
weekly and overland weekly), San 
Francisco Builetin Co proptrs, NE 
cor Merchant and Montgomery, edi- 
torial rooms 517 Clay 

Bullier John, hairdresser, 1729 Market 

BILLOCK A JOXES (John L 
Jones), tailors and men's furnishers, 
105 Montgomery 

Bullwinkel John F, wines and liquors, 25 
Louisa 

BUXEXAX H A CO (E Marti 
noni), importer.- and wholesale 
liquors, 321 Battery 

Bunker Henrv S, custom house broker, 
508 Battefv 

BUXKER BOBEBT F. pork 
packer, 74 and 75 California Market 

BIXKER A IIIESTEB (William 
M Bunker and A C Hie.-ter), publish- 
ers and proptrs Daily Stock Report, 
222 Montgomery 

Bunn James, bootmaker, 1004 Montg'y 

Bunnell E F, dentist, 319 Kearny 

Bunton Richard, wines and liquors, 640 
Market 

Bura Adolph, manuf cigars, 104 Dupont 

Burbank Albert E, poultry, 43 California 
Market 

Burch John C, attorney at law, 526 Mont 
go naery 

BFRCEE J L. f A. proptr Vienna 
bakery, 205 Kearny 

Burckhardt Max, proptr The Humorist, 
622 Clay 

Burd R M Mrs, bakery, 323 Hyde 

Burdick J C, lubricaling oils, 208 Pacific 



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TIOX A\I) (OLOXIZA- 

TIOX, William H Martin general 

agent, 635 Market 
Burger Jacob, hairdresser, 523 Pacific 
Burges J B, boots and shoes, 122 Third 
Burgess G H, artist, 126 Kearny 
Burgess Oscar O, physician, 329 Geary 
RURHAXS JOHN H, restaurant 

202 McAllister 
BURKARDT MAX, importer and 

dealer pictures, frames, &c, 545 and 

547 Washington 
Burke Frank H, cement drain pipe, 528 

Cal, works Bluxome bet 5th and 6th 
Bur<e James, plasterer, 718 Clementina 
Burke J C, collector, 531 California 
Burke John, bootmaker, 332 Spear 
Burke John, liquor saloon, 249 3d 
Burke John, liquor saloon, 513 Mission 
Burke John, liquors, NW cor Howard and 

Seventh 

Burke John, livery stable, 955 Folsom 
Burke John H, mining, 502 Montgomery 
Burke Michael, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Ellis & Scott 
Burke William, groceries and liquors, 

1129 Howard 
Burke William J, liquor saloon, 1914 Mkt 
Burke W L, restaurant, Valencia bet 

25th & 26th 
Burke & McAsey, (David Burke & David 



Burns A M, marine surveyor, 302 Sansom 
Burns Henry, boots and shoes, 210 3d 
Burns Isadore, ship smith, 20 Stcuart 
Burns P, veterinary surgeon, 609 drove 
Burns Patrick, horse-shoer, 670 Mission 
BIRXS T W, wines and liquors, 45 

3d 
Burns & Kineass (John Burns and George 

Kineass), boat builders, 22 Mission 
RURXS' COTTACJE, William C 

Dorrance, SE cor 2nd and Natoma 
Burr Bartlett.poultrv, 34 Mission Market 
BIRR BEXJAMIX J, Merchant 
Tailor and gents furnishing goods, 22 
Montgomery 
BIRR C C & CO (H C Hudson's 
widow and Clarence C Burr), manu- 
facturers mustards and spices, 116 
Front 
Burr Cfl&G W, slop-hoppers and weath- 
er straps, 667 Mission 
Burr Levi, liquor saloon, S s Bay nr Kear 
Burrell Charles E, cigars and tobacco, 310 

Montgomery 
Burris Butler, mining secretary, 2 Ne- 
vada Block 
BURT «F CiUS, commission agent, 

116 Front 
Burton George W, proptr Prices Current 

and Produce Report, 40"> Front 
Burton William H, awningmaker, 159 
New Montgomery 



McAsey), liquor saloon, 232 Brannan I Burton W M, stationer, 231 Third 
Burkhard John, tailor, NW cor 10th and , BUSBY FRED H, manufr hand 

Railroad Ave sewed gloves and mittens, 412 Market 

BURKHAKDT GEORGE boot Busch Edward, coffee saloon, 306 Post 

and shoe manufacturer, 540 Wash Busch H, photographer, 659 Clay 

Burkham C, tailor, 211 Ellis Busch Joseph, bootmaker, 124 Seven h 

Burling James W, stock broker, 413 Cal Buschardt Edward, baker, 41S Brannan 
Burling R S Mrs, furnished rooms, 238 ; Bush Charles W, housepainter, 2i»2 1 'owe! 1 

Kearny Bush David, gas fixtures and plumbers' 

Burmeister & Mehrtens (Alrich Burmeis- supplier 22 Posl 

ter and August Mehrtens), groceries Bush Hyman P, mining secretary, 27 

and liquors,1300 California Merchants' Exchange 

Burnap John, groceries and hardware, Bush Nathan, coffee saloon, 777 Market 

425 Davis It IS II PETER, fancy goods and 

Burnell St Turner (Martin Burnell and variety, 248 Fourth 

Charles D Turner), proptrs Albion Bush Rosa Mrs, boarding and liquor Ba- 

Brewery, 519 Sacramento loon, 421 Drunun 

Burnett Dwight J, mining secretary, 1114 Bush Street Theatre, 328 Bush 

Leidesdorff I BUSH & XEIMAXX (Louis Bush 



Burnett G Q, druggist, 327 Montgomery 

Burnett John M, attorney at law, 623 
Montgomery 

BUBXUAM II P, proptr California 
Independent, 526 Montgomery 

Burnham Jamca W & Co (J L and H Eck- 
ley), carpets and furniture, 618 Mar- 
ket and 15 and 17 Post 

Burnham & Lynch (E -I Burnham and J 
W Lynch), proptrs Oriental Tea Co, 
1134' and 1138 Market ami 828 and 
325 6th 



and Leopold Neuman), dentists, B 
Kearny 
Bushman John, groceries and liquors, 269 
Third 

Busftolino Sever in, Bhoemaker, 1603 Imp 

Buswell A A Co (W A Swinerton), book- 
binders, . r >21 Clay 

Buswell W F, millwright and pattern- 
maker, 228 Mission 

Butenop Henry, groceries and liquors, 
62S Pacific 

Butler A B, liven Btables, M8 Bush 



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Butler C C, capitalist, 526 Merchant 

Butler Charles C, nursery and florist, 
NW cor Fillmore and Post 

Butler Charles G, wines and liquors, 310 
Montgomery 

Butler Henry W, attorney at law, 6 Mont- 
gomery Ave 

Butler John, wines and liquors, 506 Mar- 
ket 



O 

Cabrkra. Roma & Co (Eduardo Cabrera 
and J Mariano Roma) commission 
merchants, 123 California 

CACCIA ARXOLD, groceries and 
liquors, 421 Union 

Caehot M A, physician, 34 Third 



Butler Martin, wines and liquors, NW cor Cadena'ao G, crayon artist, 7 Montgomery 

Tenth and Bryant Ave 

Butler Michael, liquor saloon, 846 Howard ; Caduc Philip, contractor, 502 Montgomery 
Butler Patrick F, importer millinery, 28 j Caen Johannes, clothing, 507 Jackson 

Montgomery j Caferata Anton : o, groceries, 1403 Powell 

Butler T A, wood engraver, 520 Mont i Caflish Leonard, wood and coal, 2247 Miss 
BFTLER T B MRS, dress patterns, ] Cagney Timothy M, groceries and liquors, 



cut to order, 629 Market 

BFTLER A H A LD AY (George E 
Butler and Edward P Haldan), gene- 
ral agents British America Assurance 
and Western Assurance Co's, 413 Cal 

Butt Christopher C, groceries and liquors, 
SW cor 19th and Stevenson 

Butt Peter N, groceries and liquors, 1631 

Sutter 
' Buttelmann O D, groceries and liquors, 
2701) Mission 

Butterfie:d Richard O, boots and shoes, 
779 Market 

Butterfield William, real estate auction- 
eer, 109 Montgomery 

Butterworth J Mrs, fancy goods, 1139 
Folsom 

Buttei worth James, plumber, 1149^ Fol- 



349 Minna 
Cahen Brothers & Co and Anner & Co, 41 

Clay 
Cahen Louis & Son (Louis and Isidore W 

Cahen), manuf syrups and bitters, 

418 Sacramento 
Cahill E & Co, stockbrokers, 406 Mont 
Cahill Edward J, civil engineer, 52S Cal 
CAHILL, GRIGSBY & CO 

(Thomas Cahiti and William Grigsby), 

mattrtssand lounge manufacturers 

275 Tehama 
Cahill James, groceries and liquors, 631 

Fell 
CAHILL JAMES, groceries and 

liquor's, 737 Bran nan 
Cahill J L, house painter, 223 Post 
Cahn M, proptr Eureka Hair Factory, 416 

Sacram nto 

butcher, 6 and 7 Mission 



som 

Buttgenbach Joseph, sausagas, 526 Fourth Cain Jacob H 

Buxton P B Mrs, lodgings, 336£ Bush Market 

Buxton & Co (Frank Buxton), groceries, CAIY 4k JleKAY (P P Cain and 
137 Fourth R McKay), fruits and vegetables, 

Buxtorf C, cigars and tobacco, 423 San SE cor Turk and Taylor 

BUYER, REICH A CO (C Buyer, (AIRE Jl'STIXlAX, hardware 
L Reich and L» Diamant), importers cutlery, etc, 528 Broad and 530 Wash 

and dealers in worsted, trimmings, i Calderwell S, livery stable, 2930 Mission 
ribbons, etc, 129 Kearny Cald veil Samuel B, attorney at law and 

Buzzim Israel, restaurant, 1245 Folsom | agent U S Law Association, 202 San 

Buzzini & Gianettoni (George Buzzini Caldwell Theodore C, manager Marsh 



and Malachia Gianettoni), wines and 

liquors, 29 Sixth 
Byington J S, insurance agent, 417 Cal 
Byrne Callaghan, wood and coal, 133 

Turk 
, Byrne J E, mining secretary, 533 Kearny 
Byrne Michael, liquor sa'oon, 1142 Folsom 
BYRNE PATRICK, wood, coal, 

coke and charcoal, SW cor Fifth 

and Harrison 
Byrnes S A Mrs, varieties and fancy goods, 

2101 Sterner 
Bysel Jacob, tannery, cor Mississippi and 

Santa C;ara 
j Byxbee John F, lumber and agent Dun- 
can's Mill, Land and Lumeer Co, 10 

California 



Truss Co, 109 Montgomery 

Calevis E, coffee saloon, 585 Merchant 

Calhoun C C, childrens' clothing, 1326 
Howard 

Calhoun David, groceries and liquors, 517 
Mission 

CALIFORNIA (The), A Roman 
proptr, 522 California 

CAL I FO R X UL ACAD E M Y 
OF SCIENCES, Chas G Yale, 
secretary, SW cor Dupont and Cal 

CALIFORNIA ADVER- 
TISER. T Marriott & Son, pub- 
lishers, 609 and 615 Merchant 

California Artificial Stone Paving Co, 
George Goodman, manager, 402 Mont- 
gomery 



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California and Mexican Steamship Line, 
John Birmingham, agent, 10 Market 

CALIFORNIA AXI) NE- 
VADA ICE FACTORY, 
John W Stewart, supt, 356 Tehama 

California Bed Comforter Factory, Fran- 
cis F Du Rose, proptr, 506 Market 

California Bellows Manufacturing Co, J 
Campbell, superint, 32 Fremont 

California Bible Society. William R Wads- 
worth, secretar}-, 402 Front and 757 
Market 

CALIFORNIA BOILER 
WORKS, Pretorions, Trowbridge 
& Co, proptrs, 141 and 143 1st 

CALIFORNIA BRASS 
WORKS, Weed & Kings well, pro- 
p'tors, bell and brass foundry, 125 1st 

California Brewery, Henry Schulte, 
proptr, Serpentine Ave bet Brannan 
and Bryant 

CALIFORNIA BRISK FAC- 
TORY, Figer Bros, proptr, 615 Sac 

California Chemical Works, John Rey- 
nolds, proprietor, San Bruno Road bet 
27th and 28th 

California Chronik, F Hess & Co, pub- 
lishers, 538 California 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN 
ADVOCATE, John B Hill, pub- 
lisher, 104i;Maiket 

California Cigar Box Factory (C A Hoo- 
per, Moses P Hubbard and George W 
Hooper), Berry bet 3d and 4th 

California Cloak and Suit Manufacturing 
Co, Sch\veit7.er, Sachs & Co and 
Charles Mayer, proprs, 523 Market 

CALIFORNIA COLLECTION 
CO, George C Spray, manager, 653 
Clay 

CALIFORNIA CORSET CO. 
importers corsets, S BoBenfeld, pro- 
prietor, 539 Market 

CALIFORNIA CRACKER 
COMPANY, AdolphWeske pres- 
ident, George Edmunds secretary, 
X W cor Broadway and Battery 

CALI FORN I A I> E JIO K RAT, 
Frederick Hess & Co, proptrs, 536 
and 538 California 

CALIF OR\ I A EXPRESS 
AND TRANSFER COM- 
PANY, Hayes & Co, proptrs, 524 
Da\is and 14o Montgomery 

California Distilling Co, Jost & Adler, 
proptrs, 321 Battery 

California Dry Dock Co, W C (iibbs, sec- 
retaiy, 318 California 

California Electric Light <'o, J II Harden- 
bcrgh president, 427 Montgomery 

C A L I F O R N IA E L A S T I C 
TRISS CO, Walter J Horn, , 
proptr, 720 Market 



CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL 

WORKS (The), George S Ladd 
president, 134 Sutter 

CALIFORNIA FARMER 
(weekly), J L L F Warren publisher, 
320 Clay 

California Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co, F K Rule secty, 310 Pine 

CALIFORNIA FLOURING 
MILLS, C R Spliyalo & Co, £ 
proptrs, 704 Sansom £* 

CALIFORNIA PREIE^ 
PRESSE, Brandt cV: Mueller, *-- 
proprietors, 515 California |—j 

California Furniture and Manufacturing o 
Co, N P Cole prest, 220-226 Bush O 
branch, 649 Market W 

California Glove Co P and FG Conklin p 
proptrs, 23 Sansom y 

CALI FORN I A IIORT ICV L- 1 pu 
TLRIST, John H Cannany ft Co, «_, 
publishers, 409 Washington o 

California Hotel, J Z Gay, proptr, 210 td 
Montgomery Ave 

California House, Somaley & Schneider, 
proptrs, 626 California, 

CA LI FORN I V I JIM IdiRANT 
IXIOX, William H Martin, gen- 
eral ag nt, 685 Market 

CALIFORNIA INDEPEND- 
ENT, M P Burnham, proprietor, 
626 Montgomery 

California Institute of Book-keeping, E I 
Hein & Co, proprietors. 417 Kearny 

California Insurant e Co, Zenas Crowell, 
secretary, 318 < lalifornia 

CALI FORMA ITA HAN 
PASTE k CO. C B Splivalo & Co, 
proptrs, r04 Sansom 

California Jewelry Co (Herman Levisonl 
and John T Bonestell), manufactur- 
ers watches and jewelry, 134 Sutter 

CALIFORNIA JOURNAL, and 
SonntaaGast, 1» 1\ lent worth, propri- 
etor, 603 Washington 

CALIFO R N I A L A R E L ££ 
PRESS, A Chaigneau & Co, pro- ¥* 
prietors, 536 < flay 

CA L I FOR N I A LAN D I N - £J 
VESTMENT CO. James B Bob- f£ 
ertson, agent, 330 Pine P* 

California Laundry, David Atkinson, pro- g^ 
pr'.etor, Busa Alley __ 

("AM F O R N I A MA C II I N E *? 
WORKS. Birch, Argall 4 Co, pro- & 
prietors, 119 Beale E* 

CALIFORNIA MARKETS p 
California bet Mont and Kearny 

CALIFORNIA MILL* Prescott £? 

& Sanborn props, X\v cor Hon & Spear &■ 

CA LI EO R N I A N O V E L T V g- 

WORJtS, Wilbam Downie mana- g 

jer, 6 Eddy ul. 



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California Pacific R R Co, A B Crist, 

agent. X E cor 4th and Townsend 
CALIFORNIA PAINT CO, 

manufacturers Averill mixed paint, 
C W Beach manager, 27 Stevenson 

California Paper Co, Eugene T Cooper 
secretary, 10 California 

CALIFORNIA PATRON, Amos 
Adams, publisher, 106 Davis 

CAM FORNIA PION EEBS, 
808 Montgomery 

Californfa Portland Cement Co, 330 Pine 

California Powder Works, John F Lohse, 
secretary, 230 California 

California Prison Commission, 114 Mont- 
gomery- Block 

California Real Estate Co, I B Whitcomb, 
manager, 208 Montgomery 

California Savings and Loan Societj-, 
David Farquharson, president, N W 
cor Powell and Eddv 

CALIFORNIA SILK MANU- 
FACTURING CO, Rodgers, 
Meyer & Co, proptr, cor 11th Ave and 
P, salesroom 585 Market 

California Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children, Nathaniel Hun- 
ter, seeretarv, 614 Merchant 

CALIFORNIA SPRING 
MANUFACTURING CO, 
William Crawford sec, A S Warner 
pres, manufacturers bed and furni- 
ture springs 147-149 New Montgomery 

California State Calender, Philo Jacoby 
publisher, 612 Commercial 

CALIFORNIA STAATS 
ZEITCNG, F Hess & Co, pub- 
lishers, 538 California 

California Steam Navigation Co, G A 
Carleton secretary, Washington St 
Wharf 

CALIFORNIA STOCK EX- 
CHANGE BOARD, 20 Leid 

California Street Railroad Co, TW Hinch- 
man secretary, SE cor California and 
Larkin 

California Sugar Refiner}', Clans Sprec- 
klcs pres 215 Front, factory SW cor 
Bran nan and 8th 

California Theater, W Barton Hill mana- 
ger, Bush bet Kearnv and Dupont 
J CALIFORNIA TOOLWORKS 
John VVeichhart, propr 143 & 145 Beale 
[California Transportat ; on Company, N 
Anderson, secv, NWcor Jackson and 
East 

Californ"a Tug Co, Joseph N Redmond, 

agent, 106Steuart 
I California Vinegar Works. Htnry Scham- 
mel, proptr, 608-610 Lombard 

CALIFORNIA WATCH AND 
JEWELRY CO Hubash, Lar- 
sen & Wilson proptrs, 201 Kearny 



California Water Co, 315 California 
CALIFORNIA WINE COOP- 
ERAGE, Fulda Bros & Co proptrs 

30 and 40 Spear 
CALIFORNIA WIRE ROPE 

CO. A S Hallidie president, 6 Cal 
CALL (Morning), San Francisco Call 

Co publishers, 525 Montgomery 
Callaghan Daniel, manufacturer yeast 

powder, etc, 121 Front 
Caliaghan James J, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor P'ilbert and Kearny 
Callaghan John, physician, 852 Folsom 
Callaghan Kate Mrs, fancy good-, S s 

Point Lobos Ave near Parker Ave 
Callaghan Richard, bootmaker, 216 24th 
Callaghan T ftev, pastor St Bridgets R C 

Church, res 2109 Van Ness Ave 
Callahan David, bootmaker, 266 Bran 
Callahan T. liquor saloon, 616 Mont 
Callandreau' Julius, physician, 1234 Stock 
Callender H A, watchmaker and jeweler, 

734 Market 
CALLENDER JOHN T, board- 
ing house and liquor saloon, 5 Broad 
Callinan John, hairdresser, 152 2d 
Callingham W J & Co, insurance agents, 

213 Sansom 
Callundon F P, commission druggist, 502 

Battery 
Calnan J, harnessmaker, 25S 1st 
Calvert John, druggist, NVV cor 4th and 

Howard 
Calvert William, dentist, 209 Geary 
Calvert William B, dentist, 209 Geary 
Camarinos Domideo, fruits and cigars, 

SE cor Sutter and Powell 
Cameron Agnes, stamping and embroid-! 

erinsr, 449^ Jessie 
CAMERON H M, book publisher 

and beehive and apiary supplies, 232 

Sutter 
CAMERON & CAM PR ELL 1 

(James Cameron and W G Campbell), 

landscape and portrait painters, 6 

Eddy, rooms 101 and 102 
Cameron & Hull (A Cameron and G L 

Hull), wood turners, 409 Mission 
Camous Andre, locksmith, 432 Bush 
Campbell A & H C, attorneys at law, 530 

California 
Campbell Alexander Jr, attorney at law, 

526 Montgomerv 
Campbell C P, secretary Clay Street Hill 

Railroad Co, 1401 Clay 
Campbell Hugh, tinsmith, 134 1st 
Campbell J, superintendent California 

Bellows Co, 32 Fremont 
Campbell J Mrs, dressmaker, 726 Bran 
Campbell James W H, grain broker, 433 

California 
Camibell Jessie Mrs, sewing machine 

agent, 702 Filbert 



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Campbell Joseph, attorney at law, 637 

Kearny 
Campbell Murdoch, hardware, etc, 7 

Steuart 

Campbell Samuel J, butcher, 263 3d 
Campbell Sarah, fruits, 129 6th 
Campbell Thomas, butcher, 723 Folsom 
Campbell William H, cemetery fence 

builder, S s Point Lobos Ave near 

Odd Fellows Cemetery 
Campbell William H, commission mer- 
chant, 402 Front 
Campbell W S, notary public, 503 Mont 
Campe Frederick, groceries and liquors, 

218 2d 
Campe Henry, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Howard and 12th 
Campodonico S, marble works, 1061 Mkt 
Canavan Patrick, livery stable, 1125 How 
Canavan P H, real estate agent, 32S Pine 
Candau F & Co (Felix Candau, Frank 

Lespoune and H Michel), wines and 

liquors, 206 3d 
Cane & Teague (A Cane and L A Teague), 

dentists, 142£ 4th 
Canepa P, baths, 323 Montgomery Ave 
Canfield Mortimer T, watchmaker, 1520 

Polk 
Canham &. Morgan (Frederick Canham, 

Alfred and George Morgan), fruits, 

616 Market 
Canney F E J, physician, 632 Howard 
Cannon C H, dry goods, 126 Kearny 
Cantel Annette, laundry, 955 Howard 
Cantel H Mme, lace mender, 712 Geary 
Cantet Bernard, tailor, 284 Stevenson 
Cantin Joseph P, stockbroker, 311 Cal 
Cantus & Eybs, (George Cantus and Wil- 
liam Evbs), wines and liquors, SW cor 

Stockton and O'Farrell 
Cantv Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

523 4th 
Canty Timothy, tailor, 818 Howard 
Capelli Luige, beer bottler, 1718 Stockton 
Capit & Claudianos, (Constantine Capit 

and Constantine M Claudianos), poul 

trv, 33 Grand Central Market 
CAPITOL FLOURING 

MILLS, Deming, Palmer & Co ; 

proprs, 202 Sacramento 
Capitol House, F L Turpin propr, 537 

Sacramento 
Capp Charles S, real estate agent, 418 

Montgomery 
Caraffa G B, batccr, 1309 Dupont 
Caraicci Frederigo, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Ellis and Laguna 
Carasco Lorenzo, wines and liquors, 1229 

Dupont 
Card William H, dentist, 646 Market 
Cardincll John A, collector, 234 Mont 
Cardinet E H, dairy produce, 83 and 85 
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Cardoza John & Co, (Antonio F Rodgers), £Z 

boarding, 415 Drumm i— i 

Carey A M Miss, dressmaker, 126 Kearny **J 
Carey J H, teacher languages, 612 Cal 
Carib'sere F Mrs, hair and perfumery, 113 

Dupont 
Carit 1 Alfonso, commission merchant, 

405 Front 
Carl David E, horseshoer, 1104 Vallejo 
Carl Rosa Mrs, bakerv, 1318 Polk 
CARL WILLIAM H, cooperage , 

and dealer in ba.rels, 105 Oregon bet 

b'ront and Davis 
Carli C, bootmaker, 503 Green 
Carlisle A & Co, (H R Williar Jr), stati< n- 

ery, 110 Leidesdorff 
Carll Alonzo W, teacher dancing SW cor 

Grove and Laguna 
Carlson C I, furniture, 223 4th 
Carlson William H, publisher, 320 Sansom 
Carlson & Currier, (Edward Carlson and 

James P Currier), commission mer-i M 

chants, 569 Market o 

CARLSON & JOHNSON, (C E Cj 

Carlson and Henry Johnson;, coffee c/a 

saloon, 425 Drumm fjj 

Carlton Charles C, insurance broker, 311 - 

California .- 

Carlton Henrv, Jr, ayent .Etna Insurance jjj 

Co, 311 California ^ 

Carmach & Barber, (William Carma^h JxJ 

and Peter Barber), liquor saloon, 666 m 

Mission KJ 

Carman William, physician, 410 Post j 

Carmany John H & Co, publishers, 409 m 

Washington " 

Carmany & Crosett, (J W Carmany and fp. 

A A Crosett), gents' furnishing goods, {j 

25 Kearny ^ 

Carma z Adolph, watchmaker, 527 San O 
Carmouche M, c-hairmaker, 124 Main --» 

CARNALL A CHAPMAN (Na- ►£ 

than C Carnal] and William H Chap- ^ 

man), Berkeley real estate, S20 San ^ 
Carnsi Thornton, attorney at law, 614 hj 

Merchant q 

Caro L Mme, shirt manufacturer, 113 

Stockton r_/j 

Caro Louis, fancy goods, 236 5th and liquor k-^ 

saloon 224 6th £rj 

Caro Morris, clothing, 414 Pacific |x| 

Carolan, Cory & Co, (James Carolan and hrj 

Isaac II Cory), wholesale hardware, ,_q 

117-119 California rn 

C A R O L I N J A M E S, wines and - 

liquors, 353 3d ^_ 

Caronte Joseph, manuf umbrellas, 138 Post t^ 



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Carpentiex Edward P, attorney at law, 

Montgomery Ave 

Carpentier Horace W, attorney at law, 6 t~" 

Montgomery ave ***■ 

Carr James, propr Portland Hotel, 54 ^ 

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Carr Julia G Miss, millinery, 116 6th 
Carr Thomas, liquor saloon, 306 Minna 
CARR WILLIAM B, capitalist, 

310 Pine 
Carran William, horseshoer, 722 Broad 
Carran Joseph, hutcher, 1300 Mission 
Carroll Bros, (Thomas and ^atrick), gro- 
ceries and liquors, NE cor 3d and 
Minna 
Carroll Dennis, groceries and liquors, 219 

17th 
Carroll Emma Miss, millinery, 56 3d 
Carroll John, groceries and liquors, 509 

Howard 
Carroll John, wood and coal, 213 11th 
Carroll John C, bakery, 103 1st and 428 

Folsom 
Carroll John F, liquor saloon, 200 San 
Carroll Michael, bootmaker, 1329 Clay 
Carroll R T & Co, wholesale liquors, 328 

Sansom 
Carson James G, attorney at law, 330 

Pine 
Carson John B, attorney at law, 131 Mont 
Carson Samuel, manuf agent, 120 Sutter 
Carsten & Schloh, (Frederick Carsten and 
Louis Schloh), groceries and l ; quors, 
2056 Mission 
Carstulovich John, oyster saloon, 1022 

Larkin 
Cartan C M, house-painter, 434 Kearny 
Cartan, McCarthy & Co, (F M Cartan and 
T F McCarthy), wholesale liquors, 513 
Sacramento 
Ca'-ter George E, stockbroker, 313 Mont 
Carter Lizzie Miss, milliner, 906 Market 
Carter Robert W, real estate and money 

brok r, 302 Montgomery 
Carter & Lightfoot, (John W Carter and 
Alfred R Lightfoot), attorneys at law, 
328 Montgomery 
Cartj- Luke, liquor saloon, 1329 Sansom 
Carvell Theodore F, propr Lombard and 
Bay Warehouses, W s Sansom, nr 
Lombard 
Carvill Manufacturing Co, 7 and 9 Powell 
Cary James C, Judge Superior Court, 507 

Montgomery 
Casabianca Santa, liquors, 894 Front 
Casanova, Fairbank & Co, (Jose R Casa- 
nova and Charles E Fairbank), pub- 
lishers La Revista del Comercio, 320 
Sansom 

Casavecchia & Gesvret,(ECasavecchiaand 
Eugene Gesvret), Custom House brok- 
ers, 417 Washington 
CASEROLT HEXRY, superinten- 
dent Sutter Street Rail Road Co, 1201 
Larkin, and treasurer Central Gar- 
d nc, 41l£ California 
Cases Albert, bootmaker, 702 Broadway 
Casey Daniel, stationery, 1131 Mission 
Casey John D, liquor saloon, 2100 How 



Casey Owen, groceri-s and liquors, NE 

cor Bryant and Cheslev 
CASEY PETER S REV, pastor 
St Peter's Church, res N s Alabama 
near 24th 
Casey Thomas J, propr Revere House 

48 4th 
Casino Hispana Americano, 212 Sutter 
CASXER J & CO, (Jonas Casner 
and Henry Moskowitz), cigar manufrs, 
615 Sansom 
Cass John J, locksmith, 350 3d 
Cassell John F, real estate, 324 Pine 
Casserly Eugene, attorney at law, 318 

California 
Cassidy Edward, fruits, SE cor Post & Lyon 
Cassidy Matthew, livery stable, 64 and 66 

Minna 
CASSIX F&PJ, wholesale "liquors 

and rectifiers, 12-14 California 
Cassin S & Co, wood and coal, 907 Wash 
Cassio G A, hair-dresser, 1423 Dupont 
Cassler R Mrs, bakery, 26 Dupont 
Castagnet & Lecussan, (P Castagnet and 
P Lecussan), liquor saloon, 530 Merch 
Castaynetto Andrea, butcher, 1722 Stock 
Castagnetto G, dry goods, 1234 Dupcnt 
Castagnfctto Petro, groceries, 1406 Dup 
Castel Georges, furniture and gilder, 

415£ Powell 
Castclhun Fredeiick J, attorney at law, 

609 Sacraraento 
CASTIS X, oyster saloon and restuar- 
aut, 917 Market, and fruits and vege- 
tables, 24 Bay City Market 
j Castle Bros, (F L Castle), wholesale gro- 
cers, 213 Front 
I Castle Charles, cigars and tobacco, 356 3d 
Caswell E E Mrs, milliner, 28 Post 
Catechi John, fruits, 204 Second 
] Cathcart A B, mining secretary, 327 P'ne 
j Catlow & Johnson, (John Catlow and C F 
Johnson), wholesale cattle and sheep 
butchers. 331 Montgomery 
Catoir Julius, butcher, 1402 Pacific 
Cattermole Charles, groceries and liquors, 

701 Davis 
i Cattermole Charles, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Vallejoand Mason 
• Cavagnaro D, groceries and liquors, 628 

Broadway 
Cavagnaro Francisco, boots and shoes, 

1427 Dupont 
Cavallera L & Co (Frank Michel), grocer- 
ies and liquors, SW cor Ellis and 
Mason 
Cavalli Paul, machinist, 1021 Kearny 
Cavanagh James, tailor, 139 5th 
Cavasso Isidore, shirtmaker, 618 Wash 
Cavendish M, manager Protective and 

Collection Institute, 213 Sansom 
Caverly R B, propr Avalanche and In- 
surance Journal, 410 California 



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*^S Capital Stock $500,000. 



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^ B. NAGLE, Pres. T. W. HINCHMAN, Vice Pres. 

MARCUS M. COOK, Treas. SEIXAS SOLOMONS, Sec'y 
G. W. PAGET, Superintendent and Manager. 



OFFICE 411* California St., San Francisco, 



See Advertisement Next Page. 



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P. B. Nagle, 
P. H. Blake, 



DIRECTORS: 
T. W. Hinchman, Seixas Solomons, 
Milo Hoadley. R. T. Van Norden, 
Marcus M. Cook, Treasurer. 



The Gardens will be laid out in walks, its grass and clover spots will be formed 
in artistic shapes, its shrubbery, flowers, etc., of the choicest and most varied 
kinds, all under the direction of skillful gardeners. There will be fountains, avi- 
aries, conservatories, menageries, fish ponds, and a large pond for the accommo- 
dation of Sea Lions. Already a collection of the above has been secured. It is 
intended that every convenience for the repose and refreshment of visitors and 
pleasure-seekers will be maintained. A RECREATION GROUND; also due 
space for games, athletic sports, flying horses, roundabouts, swings, pneumatic 
railroad, etc., will be provided. A CAPACIOUS AMPHITHEATRE will be erect- 
ed, from which balloons will be anchored, from which the less venturesome but 
funny ones may ascend almost through the clouds, or "go up in a big balloon 
boys." The Pavilion to be erected will accommodate over 5,000 persons in a com- 
fortable and agreeable manner. 

The Central Gardens 

Are situated at the junction of Central Avenue and Geary street or Lobos Avenue, 
and will have several entrances on each avenue. At its western slope (owing to 
to its elevation) the view is unsurpassed by any point in the city. Upon this 
slope it is proposed to erect an Observatory and furnish it with.telescope^, cam- 
tra-obscuras and other essential instruments and details. 

THUS A MAGNIFICENT PANORAMIC VIEW 

Will be obtained of Mount Diablo on the East, the Farralones on the West, the 
('oast Range and the waters of San Pablo Bay on the North, even unto Mount 
Hamilton on the South. Not far distant can be seen the picturesque heights of 
the San Bruno range of mountains, the Presidio, Angel, Akatraz and Goat 
Islands and their fortifications, with which our beautiful bay is surrounded. 

It is very accessible, being on the Geary-street Cable Road, at its terminus, and 
immediately in front of the Lone Mountain or Central Railroad, at Central Ave- 
nue. The Steam Dummy Train running in connection with the former, ] 
the Gardens en-route to Golden Gate Park. The California and Sutter Street Cable 
line runs to Central Avenue. 

C. W. PAGET, 

Superintendent and Manager. 



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Cawley W, wines and li ,aors, 147 3d 
Ceasar J, oyster saloon, 1022 Market 
Ceechetini F, contractor, 718 Greenwich 
Cedar Knoll Vineyard (Napa Co), P and H 
Hagen oroprs, Neum&n & Putzman 
agents, 340 Pine 
Cediery Emma Mine, laundry, 903 Larkin 
Cefous James, hair-dresser, 905^ Howard 
Cella Antonio, fruits, 102 Second 
Cella Dnminico, fruits and cigars, 423 

Washington 
Cellner William, cigarmafcer, 717 9ansom 
Cennogorato Flia, fruits and cigars, 1817 i 

Fnion 
Cenogocevich Christopher, restaurant, 

NW cor Stockton an J Jackson 
Centennial Planing Mill*, W B Bradbury 

propr, 556 Brannan 
Center John, real estate, 420 California 
Central Box Factory, Woodbury k Mer- 
guire proprs, d s Berry bet 4th and 5th 
Central California Colon v, 306 Pine 
CENTRA L. (iARDEXS. George W 
Pag t superintendent and manager, 
NW c<>r Geary and Central Ave, 411^ 
California 

Central Hotel, M Foley propr, 217 Broad 
Central Mills, Christopher F Mohrig propr 

N s Berry bet 4'h and 5th 
Central Pacific Hotel, Michael Farrell 

propr, 348 4th 
CEXTRAL PACIFIC R R CO, 
A N Towne general superintendent, 
NE cor 4th and Townsend 
Central R R Co, John H Haves secretarv, 

32 Turk 
Cereghino Benedetto, wood and coal, 428 

-430 Pac.rtc 
Cereghino R & Co, groceries and liquors, 

Mission bet 29th and 30th 
Cerf J & Co (Albeit (erf and Alphonse 
Dennery), crockery, plated ware, 517- 
519 Market 
CERIXI FRAXK, junk, 205-207 

Davis 
CEVA8CO €i R, propr La Voce del 

Popolo, 603 Washington 
Ceviole Giovanni, fruits, 25 Stockton 
Chabree O Mrs, dressmaker, 3*1 Pacific 
Chadbourne F S ft Co, furniture etc, 735 

Market 
Chadbourne J &Co, grain merchants, 208 

Davis 
Chadbourne S W, cigars and tobacco, 

403.1 Montgomery Ave 
CH \mtOI ItVC THOMAS .1. 
ship bread and cracker bakery, 214 
Sacramento, factory 1412-1418 Dup 
Chagal N P, restaurant, 11 New Metro- 

1' >litan Markft 
CHAICiXKAU A A CO (PChaig- 
n an), propn California Label Press, 
536 Clay 



CHAMBER OF t'OMMEIK F 

Morris Marcus secretary, 17 Mer- 
chant'" Exchange 

Chamberlain Eloise Mrs, propr Chamber- 
lain House. NE cor Bush and Stockt' >n 

Chamberlain George W, attorney at law, 
61o Sacramento 

Chamberlain A: Co (William Chamberlain), 
wholesale butchers, 38-40 San Fran- 
Cisc > Market 

niA.UBEKLAIX 4k ROBIX- 

MO\ (W E Chamberlain and T K 

Robinson), proprs Pacific Bnsinesa 

College, 820 Post 
Chambers Alexander W, caipenter, 1714 

Devisadero 
Chancel .1 Mme, laundrv, 2405 California 
CHAXOLER CHARLES, wines: 

and l'.quors. California Theater 
(HAXI)LER R D, coal andiron, 

and agent South Wellingt on, Eastp »rt 

and Coos Bay Coal Oars, 118-120 Pac 
Chanhoune Jules, varieties, 850 Wash 
tBAXXEL POTTERY, 438 Mont 
Chapin George W, real estate agent, 313 1 

Mon gomery 
Chapman C B. physician, 801 Montgomery 
Chaiman H, jeweler, 614 Merchant 
Chapman Henry, naturalist, 602 California 
Chapman Russell, real estate agent. 187 J^ 

Montgomery a 

Chapman William S, real estate, 306 Pi] 
( happotteau Gustave, wines and li mors, O 

509 Bush 
Charbonnat August & Co), Frederick 

Charbonnat), grocertea and liquors. 

117 9th 
Charbonnat Paul, hairdresser. 21 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Charbonnel Joseph, restaurant, 817 Monl 
( hariot Joseph, watchmaker. 719 Valencia 
Charles H A. mining secretary, 4H» Cal 
[Chariot M D Mme. ladies' bair-dres8er\l6S8 

Folk 
C'HARLTOX & I^ROEPEB, 

propr Washington Livery and Bale 

Stable, 9 Washington near Fast 
Charpiot Joseph, house-painter, niODup 1 
Chart ier A, wines and liquors, 824 6th 
chase Ellen Mrs. dressmaker, 119 Fllis 
I Chase Lillie Mrs, furnished rooms, 428 

Kearny 
Chase Robert P. physician, 920 Market 
Chase William T, carpenter, 24 Howard 
] Chase William w fc Co, hay and grain, 

1912 Market 
Chase A Wolff (James POhase and Charles 

WoifT). stevedores, BOd Front 

Chateau M Mrs, midwife, 15 Stockt' n 
Chat' net A, wines and liqnors, 
chattin Ed ard, notaiy public, 44_' Cal 

Chauche A G, wholesale Hon 

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Chauvel Jane, laundry, 411 Sixth 
Cheeseman Frank S, groceries and liquor.,, 

826 20th 
Cheeseman Morton, capitalist, 68 Nevada 

Block 
Cheever M R, butter, eggs, etc, 31 Center 

Market 
Cheignon Adolphe, bakery, 247 Fourth 
Chtlesier Louis, florist, Valencia bet 14th 

and 15th 
(HKLLI.M ^USTAYTS, fruits 

and vegetables, 945 Bryant 
Ch net Eugene, liquor saloon, NW cor 

4th and Folsom 
Chepernich L, fruits, SE cor Clay and 

Stockton 
Chepernich Steve & Co (John Porovich), 

fruits and cigars, 2005 Polk 
Cheriluni Petri, cigars, 1341 Dupont 
Cherry Frank W, shorthand reporter, 330 

Pine 
Cherry John W, sign painter, 517 Cal 
Chesebrough A, commission merchant, 

218 California 
Chtsley C P, physician, 754 Howard 
Chessman Joseph, bushing blocks, 18 Mkt 
Chester Frederick & Co (Frederick Ches- 
ter), dry gooas, 34 Montgomery 
CHEVALIER F & CO (Albert 

Chevalier), importers wines and 

liquors, 520-522 Washington 
Chevalier Louis, cooper, 612 Battery 
Gheyne Robert, cigars and fruit, 140 1st 
Chicago Brewery, Henry Ahrens & Co 

proprs, 1420-1434 Pine 
Chicago Hotel, John C Zuberbuehler, 

propr, 220 Pacific 
Chick El well, carpenter, 1309 Leav 
Chico and Colusa R R Co, H Dean secre- 



Christ Edward, liquor saloon, 700 Mont- 
gomery 
Christ John, propr Europa Brewery, S\V 

cor 25th and Nebraska 
Christensen C Mrs, dressmaker, 409 Oak 
CHRISTIAN CHARLES, 

French and native wines and liiuors, 

313 Hayes 
Christian Michael, hor«c clipper, 821 

Geary 
Christian R Mrs, dyer and cleaner, 41 

Geary 
Christian Sophia Mrs, bakery, 1600 Mason 
Christiansen Christina Mrs, midwife, 732 

Folsom 
Christiansen Hans, restaurant, 15 Pacific 
Christophe Louis, hair-dresser, 1405 Polk 
Christopher Telfer, dentist, 135 Kearny 
Christy J, blacksmith, Berry nr 4th 
Christy & Wise (S P Christy and Thomas 

Denigan), commission merchants, 607 

Front 
CHRONICLE (San Francisco), 

Charles De Young & Co, NE cor 

Kearny and Bush 
Chronicle House, William Abbott, propr 

32 4th 
CHURCH A CO (AS Church), im- 
porter dried fruits, etc, 407 Front 
Church S R, coal and iron, 143 Post, 11 

9th and NW cor Main and Fo'som 
Church W A. propr Empire Lodging 

House, 636 Commercial 
Chute Richard, shipping agent, 610 Front 
Cienega I Miss, dressmaker, 1613 Powell 
Cincinnati Hotel Meyer & Burmeister 

proprs, 529 Valencia 
CIPRICO GEORGE M, presi 

dent Cumberland Mining Co (Ari 

zona), 417 California 



tary, 44 Nevada Block 
Chickering & Thomas (William H Chic*- [ Cirkle Julius, clothing, 116 Pacific 
ering and William Thomas), attorneys Citron M L, clothing, 203 Pacific 
at "aw, 214 Sansom I Citti Claude, wood engraver, 605 Mont 

CITY A\D COUNTY HOS- 
PITAL., E s Potrero Ave bet 22d 



Chielovich E & Co (George Lazarevich 

& August Beck), restaurant, 509 Clay 
Chielovich E & Co (E Chielovich and L 

Radovich), wholesale liqu oi s,601 Front 
China Traders Insurance Co (limited), 

Williams, Blanchard & Co agents, 218 

California 
Chimse Insurance Co (limited), of Hong 

Kong, Degener & Co agents, 308 Cal 
Chiplcy T L 1ft, attorney at law, 515 Cal 
Chismore George, physician, 920 Market 
Chittenden N W, attorney at law, 803 

Montgomei y 
Chiucovich Peter, liquor saloon, SE cor 

Sansom and Pacific 
Chiucovich Steve, chop house, 26j Turk 
Choynski I N, bookseller, 34 Geary 
Chretien Gu'c, fruits, 400* Gear 
Chretien John M, attorney at law, 230 

Mi ntgomery 



and 23d 

City Cab and Carriage Stables, F G J 
Margetson, propr, 176-180 Jessie 

CITY FRONT LIVERY, 
N\LK V\I> ROARDIXG 
STARLES, John W Morshead, 
propr, 25 Washington 

CITY IRON WORKS, Low & 
Chartiey, pmprs, 26-28 Fremont 

City Railroad Company, E De Witt super- 
intendent, NW cor 14th and Mission 

Claassen Brothers (Jacob and Peter), 
liquor saloon, 1 Front 

CLARROIGH J P A RRO 
(Joseph), Birmingham, England, Wil- 
liam Galcher, business manager, S F, 
fire arms and fishing tackle and sport- 
ing material, 630 Montgomery 



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CLAFFEY CHAKLES, propr 

Mercantile Lunch, 212 Sansom 
Clancy John, whitener, 1009 Folsom 
Clapp & Jessup (Edward L Clapp and An- 
drew J Jessup, coffee and spice mills, 

51 Fremont 
Clar John, dry goods, 1220 Polk 
Clare John, clothing, 105 Jackson 
Clark Ada Mrs. Dancing Academy, 211 Sut 
CLARK IHARLES, attorney at 

law, 515 California 
Clark Charles, bootmaker, 610i Howard 
CLARK E A, physician, 200 Stock 
Clark E S Mrs, ladies' nurse, 253 Minna 
CLARK ii E O R <w E A & 

BROTHER, spool cotton, Henry 

Doyle & Co, agnt, 511 Market 
Clark George W, paper hanger, 645 Market 
Clark H, office furniture, 531 California 
Clark H W, carpenter, X s Ellis bet La- 

guna and Buchanan 
CLARK J K, M D homoeopathic 

physician, 32i Geary 
Clark Joseph Jr, attorney at law, 420 

Montgomery 
Clark Joseph M, boots and shoes, 337 

Hayes 
Clark Judson H, propr Boston Cracker 

Co, 132 4th 
Clark L S, attorney at law, 606 Mont 
Clark X. se»er pipes, 1047 Market 
Clark Patriek. boots and shoes, 306 6th 
CLARK ROBERT L, horseshoer, 

1088 Howard 
Clark Thomas F, hair-dresser, cor Mission 

and 16th 
Clark Truman S & Co (Horace L Howe), 

wire mattresses, 217 Bush 
Clark William H, hair-dresser, 63 New 

Montgomery 
Clark W M, wines and liquors, 409 4th 
Clark & Webster (George Clark and 

Frank Webster), shipwrights, 24 How 
CLARKE AYLWW C, lamps, 

oik and oil-stoves, 302 16th 
Clarke Edward & Co (J J Wallace), ship- 
ping merchants, 10S Lcidesdorff 
Clarke George, boarding, lid Pacific 
Clarke J J, physieian, 106 Stockt"ii 
darken Matt, attorney at law, 330 Pine 
darken R M, attorney at law, 880 Pine 
Classen J C, builder and carpenter, 516 

Kearnv 
CLAUOE ARMAXD, fine jewelry 

and diamond setting. 110 Sutter 
Claus J & Co (William .Murray), poultry 

30-40 Grand Western Market 
Clausen Francis, jeweler. 4lo Kearny 
Clause Jacob, Bausages, 37 and 38 Grand 

Western Market 
Claussen II H. vet rinarv surgeon. 888 

Bush 
Clausgen J Mrs, bakery, m 4 Lagona 



Claussen John, cigar factory, 816 Laguna, 
Claveloux Josephine Mme, dressmaker. 

1104 Powell 
Clawsoii L E. chimney tops. 213 and 1310- 

1312 Market 
( lay Street Hill Railroad Co, C P Camp- 
bell, secretary, 14oi day 
Clayburgh k Brandenstein (M Clayburgh 

and H Brandenstein), livery Btable, | 

112 Post 
Clayton Charles, grain merchant, 400 

Front 
Clayton II J, dairy produce, 38 Centre 

"Market 
CLEARING ROUSE ASSO 

CI ATI OX, 209 Sansom 
Cleary P M, bootmaker, 510 M ssion 
Cleary Robert, collector, 224 Mont 
Cleaveland H W, architect, 507 Mont 
Cleaver Christine, stationery, 223 16th 
Clement E B, searcher records, 710 

Wash'ngton 
Clement John, commission merchant, 211 

Sans"in 
Clement John, laundry. 1056 Howard 
Clement Joseph, searcher records, 710 

Washington 
Clements Gilbert, commission merchant, 

318 Front 
Clements R P HI N, attorneys at law/ 

606 Mon gomery 
Clerc P, teacher languages, 1017 Larkin 
| Clerks Relief Society, 410 Kearny 
I Cleveland Charles D, physician, 604 Jones 
Cliff House. J G Foster, propr, W s Point 

Lobos Ave near Ocean 
Clifford Robert, butcher, 234 4th 
Clinch B J, architect, 637 Kearny 
Clinton Mary, bakery, 450 6th 
Clough Fiaiik M, attorney at law, 108 

Montgomery 

Clough George B, plumber. 8008 Folsom 

ClOW Sarah, dressmaker, !»4> lb 'Ward 

CLUFF KKON (Richard. J S and 
William, who les a l e and retail grocers, 
9-11 Montgomery Ave and 40-42 Bd 

Cluff W B A Co ((' H Graham), groceries 
and pro\isions, 19 6th 

Cluff & I'eWitt i\V B Cluff and M De- 
Witt), groceries, 281-228 3d 

(lute A Lovdand (Francis W ('lute ami 
Lafayette Loveland), st"ck brokers, 
248 Montgomery 

CLYDE It S, attome\ at law, 716 

CJaj 

Coakle] Jeremiah, wines and liqi. 

Townsend 
Coaklj 1 rlee, 60 Clementina ] 

Coast b> > ew, J (i Bdwairds, propr, :;-_'o 
Calif orn is 

and liquors, 87 Sutter 
and 666 Market 
I Cobb (hail. .-. r< staurant, H4 6th 



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Cobb M G, attorney at law, 850 Market 
Coblentz Emile, shirt manufacturer, 26 

Montgomery Ave 
Cobliner Bros (I and S), wholesale milli- 

n ry goods, 543 Market 
Coburn N, wood and coal, 1054 Folsom 
COCHRAS JOHX T & CO, 
produce commission merchants, 122 
Clay 
Cochran Simonton Rev, pastor St Peters 
Ep'scopal Church, res Commercial 
Hotel 
(OCHRAX E O, dentist, 850 Mar- 
ket cor Stockton 
Cocian Nicola, restaurant, 1025 Dupont 
Cockrill T G & Co )James L Homer), 

wholesale liquors, 521 Front 
Coddington E, wagonmaker, 197 Stev 
CODE, EL.FEL.T & CO (Philip 
D Code and Joseph Elfclt), manufs 
jellies, jams, preserves, 314 Washing- 
ton, factory 125 Main 
Code Henry, fringe manuf, 751 Market 
Codington William H, president Pacific 
Glue Manufacturing Co, 412 Market 
Coe John T, collector, 328 Montgomery 
Coe O R, Health Lift, 402 Kearny 
Coen Frank, liquor saloon, 531 Jackson 
COEY JAMES, Postmaster S F, 

NW cor Washington and Battery 
Coffee A J, notary public, 509 Cal 
Coffee A J Mrs, proptrss St Cloud House, 

418 Sutter 
Coffer Jame^ , attorney at law, 530 Cal 
COFFEY JOHN J, attorney at 

law, 653 Clay 
Coffin, Sanderson & Cook (Albert F Cof- 
fin, George R Sanderson and Joseph 
E Cook), &tock brokers, 312 Pine 
Coffin & Hendry (J W Coffin and Charles 
J Hendrv), ship chandlery, 2-^ Market 
Coffin & Mayhew (Rodolphus W Coffin 
and Henry H Mayhew), druggists and 
apothecaries, SE cor 16th and Valen- 
cia and cor 20th and Mission 
Cogan James, money broker, 403 Cal 
CO<XESIIALL J H, druggist, 

SE cor Bush and Pierce 
Coghlan Daniel W, crockery and station- 
ery, 924 Larkin 
Coghlan John, stationen , 519 Taylor 
Cogh'an & McClure (John Coghlan and D 
M McClure), attorneys at law, 526 
Montgomery 
Cogswell J L, dentist, 232 Sutter 
Cohan D, manuf suits and cloaks, 3 Dup 
Cohane L, carpenter, 710 Turk 
Cohen Abraham, tailor, 516^ Mission 
Cohen Alfred A, attorney" at law, 32"8 

Montgomery 
Cohen Baruch, ladies' underwear, 1404i 

Powell 
Cohen Carl, furniture, 1028 Howard 



Cohen Charles, news-stand, 1102 Market 
Cohen D & Bros (Harris Cohen), clothing, 
58 4th ' *' 

Cohen David, locksmith, 1102 Folsom 
Cohen Gustave, tailor, 44 Geary 
Cohen H, cigars and tobacco, 319 Pine 
Cohen H Mrs, gents' furnishing goods, 931 

Montgomery 
Cohen Hannah Mrs, underwear, 1575 Mar- 
ket 
Cohen Henry F, cigars and tobacco, 622 

Market 
Cohen Herman, picture and picture- 
frames, etc, 19 Dupont 
Cohen I S, branch Singer Manuf Co, 1219 

Polk 
Cohen Isidor, dry goods, 310 6th 
Cohen Israel, cigars and tobacco, 231 

Kearny 
Cohen James Mrs, fruits, 1131 Howard 
Cohen Joseph, clothing, 216 Pacific 
Cohen King, crockery, 352 Third 
Cohen Louis, tailor, 547 Mission 
Cohen Meyer, bootmaker, 249 8th 
Cohen Phillip, hair-dresser and baths, 12 

Sacramento 
Cohen Simon, astrologer, 425 Kearny 
Cohen W & Co (William Cohen, Leopold 
Hirsch and Constant Meyer), manufs 
gents' furnishing goods, 13 Battery 
Cohen William, sewing machines, 139 6th 
Cohn Aaron, clothing, 816 Montgomery 
Conn Adolph, watchmaker, 124£ 6th 
Cohn Alexander, crockery, 1615 Polk 
Cohn David, physician, 421 O'Farrell 
Cohn Edward &*Co (Julius Berger), cigars 

and tobacco, 225 Montgomery 
Cohn Emanuel, tailor, 635 Mission 
COIIX <; A CO (Anton Nathan), 
i i.porters and manufs cigars, 230-232 
Front 
Cohn H, woolen underwear, 912 Market 
Cohn Jacob, bootmaker, 103 Pacific 
Cohn J M, clothing, 824 Market and 228 

6th 
Cohn Lewis, clothing, 408 Pacific 
Cohn Louis, bootmaker, 500 Pacific 
Cohn Louis, poultry, 73 Grand Arcade 

Market 
Cohn Louis M, agent Greenhood, Bohm 

& Co (Montana Ter), 209 Sansom 
Cohn M, clothing, 244 4th 
Cohn Michael, clothing, 410 Pacific 
Cohn Misses (Hannah and Theresa), mil- 
linery, 42S Hayes 
Cohn Morris, bootmaker, 910 Larkin 
Cohn Morris B, clothing, 131 Jackson 
Cohn Morris D, fancy goods, 959i Mission 
Cohn Mvcr, clothing', 516 4th 
Cohn Nathan, tailor, 931 Market 
Cohn, Rosenblum & Co(MCohn, H Rosen- 
blum and Theodore Cohn), dry goods, 
SE cor Hvde and Pacific 



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Cohn Salomon, ha'r-dreaser, 504} Clay 

Cohn Samuel, groceries and liquors, 501 

Hayes 
Cohn Samuel & Co, gents' furnishing 

goods, 152 3rd 
Cohn Simon, clothing, 421 Kearny 
Cohn Thomas, tailor, S21 Jackson 
Cohn Wolf L, tailor, 425 Pine 
Cohn Z Miss, music teacher, 420 Octavia 
Cohn & Frank (S S Cohn and A H Fran*), 

money brokers, 41S Montgomery 
Cohnreieh Bros (I and J), manufs boots 

and shoes, $06 Market 
COIY R & CO (F N Newal), propr 

White House Hotel, 420 Jackson 
C -lae:> Max, cigar manuf, SE cor Market 

and 4th 
Colburn Alfred, mining secretary, 313 

Pine 

Colburn T W, mining secretary, 414 Cal 
COLBY Z F, fruits and "cigars, 322 

Francisco 
Cole Edward P. attorney at law, 324 Pine 
Cole N P, president California Furniture 

and Manufacturing Co, 220 Bu-h 
COLE R BEVERLY, M » M R 

C S (Eng), physician and surgeon, 

518 Sutter 

COLE SEWARD, manager Sala- 
mander Felting Co, 317 California 
Coleman Adolph, hair-dresser, 21S Pacific 
Coleman Annie, confectionery, 134 5th 
Coleman Charles H, hair-dresser, 527 Sac 

ramento 
Coleman D, boots and shoes, 17 Hayes 
Coleman David R, shipsmith, 9 Valiejo 
Coleman Ezra, patternmaker, 51 Fremont 
Coleman H, tailor, 523 Hyde 
Coleman James V, stockbroker, 42 Nevada 

Block 
Coleman J E W, signpainter, 924 Folsom 
Coleman John W, capitalist, 327 Pine 
Coleman Joseph, mining, 314 Mont 
Coleman J S, physician, 520 Valencia 
Coleman M M Mis, dressmaker, 115 Kear 
COLEMW WILLIAM T A 
CO, shipping and commission mer- 
chant^, SW COT California and Front 
Collet F, liquor saloon, 502 2d 
Collie W H & Co (George and John For- 
syth), florists, 18 Post 
Collin Henry, tailor, 1311 Pacific 
Collins Daniel, varieties, 212 24th 
Collins James J, tailor, 610 Post 
C tllina Patrick, groceries and liquors, 13S 

5th 
Collins Patrick, propr Washington Botel, 

519 liissi 'ii 

Collins Phoebe, confectionery, 1037 Fol 
COLLINS S J» A CO (J Whee- 
land), wines and liquors, 320 Mont- 
gomery and 511 California 
Collins T Mrs, boardinir, 3o7 Folsom 



Collins Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

1029 Valiejo 
COLLINS TIMOTHY, boat 
builder, 120-122 Berry 

Collins Wallace, machinist, 115 Stevenson 

Collins W H, attorney at law, 504 Kearny 

Collins & Co (Charles J Collins), hatters, 
227 Montgomery 

Collins & Felling (S'M Collins and L Feil- 
ing), commission merchants and pro- 
duce, 426 Sans >m 

COLLIXS & GALLAGHER (J 
W Collins and John Gallagher), wines 
and liquors, SW cor 3d and Tehama 

Collopy James, bakery, 337 6th and 953 
Bryant 

Coleman A F Mrs. bakerv, 433 O'Farrell 

COLMAX BROTHERS (Solomon, 
Morris, Abraham and Charles Col- 
man), manufs, importers and whole- 
sale dealers clothing and gents' fur- 
nishing goods, NW cor Sansom and 
Sutter; retail, SW cor Montgomery 
and Bush 

Colman C Mrs, second-hand clothing, 225 
3rd 

COLMAX X B MD, physician and 
surgeon, 204 Sutter 

Co'man Solomon, second-hand clothing, 
410 Pacific 

Colmann Martin, liquor saloon, NE cor 
Pine and Kearny 

Colombat A, manuf fringes, etc, 105 
Stockton 

Colombo Market, F G Picaroli superin- 
tendent, S s Pacific be; Front and 
Da>is 

Colonnade Hotel, George L Smith propr, 
1206 Market 

Colorado Commercial and Land Co, Lewis 
Lillie secretary, 607 Washington 

Colton Alric O, attorney at law, 623 Com 

COLTOX CHESTER F, druggist, 
XW cor Polk and Eddy 

Colton House, Mrs Alice Riellev propr, 
448$ 3rd 

Columbia Foundry, Reese Llewellyn 
propr, 135 Beal'e 

Columbia Hotel, Leo Maurer propr, 741 
Market 

Columbia Petroleum Co, 4 >S California 

Colvin Emma Mrs. dressmaker, 766 Miss 

Colvin J J, plumber, 506A Commensal 

Colwell Edwin B, fancy goods, 1202 MkT 

Coincrford Patrick, wines and liquors, 1911 
Hvde 

COMMERCIAL HERA LB 
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John H Carmany k Co pro] 
Washington 

Commercial Hotel, JohM M Lawlorman- 
: mtgom ry Ave and 
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COMMERCIAL. INSURANCE 

CO of California, John H Wise presi- 
dent, Charles A Laton secretary, 405 
California 

COMMERCIAL. NEWS ANI> 
SHIPPING LIST, Bates, 
Woods & Co proprs, 423 Washington 

Commercial Soap Co, Dakin & Libbey 
agents, NEcor Sacramento and Davis 

Commeicial Union Assurance Co(London), 
John Rae Ham ; lton manager, 210 San 

Commercial Union Assurance Co, J Theo- 
bald & Co agents, 419 California 

Commins P W, horseshoer, 3247 Mission 

Commins & O'Connor (Edward Commins 
and Thomas M O'Connor), wholesale 
liquors, 505 Front 

Commonwealth Insurance Co (Boston, 
Mass), Blair, Van Tasael & Co agents, 
216 Sansom 

COMI'TOIR I>E ESCOMPTE 
I>E PARIS, C de Guigne agent, 
401 California 

Conant B H, fancy goods, 1137^ Mission 

Concannom Luke^ groceries and liquors, 
1577 Market 

Concordia Hotel, William Koch propr, 
9^7 Folsom 

conde joao„uin garcia, 

consu. Mexico, 215 Sansom 
Coney Sophie Mrs, dressmaker, 43S 

Hayes 
jCongdon George, rial estate, 40 Nevada 

Block 
Congdon Henry B, mining, 240 Mont 
Conger Benjamin T, printer, 329 Sansom 
] Congregational Publishing Society, Rev 

F E Shearer secretary, 757 Market 
Conklin Enoch, journalist, 531 California 
Conklin Frank, stationery, 310 5th 
Conklin P & F G, proprs'California Glove 

Co, 28 Sansom 
Conklin Thomas C, propr Pacific Brush 

Factory, 41S 4th 
Conkling George W, gents' furnishing 

goods, 610 Market 
Conlin & Roberts (James Conlin and 
James Roberts), metal roofers, 728 
Mission 
Conlon M Mrs, fancy goods, 707 Hyde 
Conlon Michael, liquor saloon, 924 Bran 
Conn Edward J, sawmaker, 641 Mission 
Connarton Owen, groceries and liquors, 

170 9th 
CONNECTICUT FIRE IN- 
SURANCE CO (Hartford, Conn), 
Oliver Hawes general agent, 403 Cal 
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co, 
James B Roberts agent, 315 California 
Conned Charles H, whitener, 1028 Pac'fic 
Council M L Miss, dressmaker, 206£ Post 
Connelly James & Co (Lewis Borle), fur- 
niture and bedding, 217 Bush 



Connelly Mart'n, wood and coal, 1068 

Howard 
Conn liy, Nye & Co (A H Cmnelly and 

Da\id Nye), horseshoers, 177 Jessie 
Connelly Timothy, liquor saloon, 2529 

Mission 
Conner Jane L Mrs, artist, 865£ Market 
Connolly T, poultry, 9 San Francisco 

Market 
Connor Mary E Mrs, bakery, 7 Webster 
Connor Patrick, bootmaker, SE cor Fil- 
bert and Taylor 
Connor F, lapidary, 223 Kearny 
Conrad David, wholesale dried fruits, 

nuts. &c, 501 Front 
Conrad Henry A, carpenter, 635 Cal 
Conrad Mary, fancy goods, 751 7th 
Conrades Feidinand, restaurant, 612 Mkt 
Conradt J, dentist, 821 Kearny 
C'onran Thomas S, manufs' agent, 120 Sut 
Conro F D & Son (Cassius M Conro), 
proprs Golden Age Flouring Mills, 
717 Eattcry 
Conroy J G, furniture, 242 3rd 
Considine John, wines and liquors, 211 

Tehama 
Consolidated Fire Extinguisher Co (Chic- 
ago, Ills), Charles M Martin manager, 
410 Market 
Con stan s P C, cigars and tobacco, 509 

Montgomery 
Constant D, restaurant, 1119 Dupont 
Constine Bros (Mace & Isaac), groceries 
and liquors, 229 Leavenworth and 
cor Ellis and Larkin 
CONSCL ARGENTINE RE- 

PUBLIC, Charles Baura, 510 Bat 
CONSUL AUSTRIA, Rudolph 

Hochkofler, 203 Front 
CONSUL ROLUVIA, F Herrera, 

331 Montsromerv 
CONSUL BRAZIL, David B Blair, 

216 Sansom 
CONSUL CHILI, Enrique Palacios, 

405 Front 
CONSUL CHINA, Chin Shu Tong, 
Consul general, Frederick A Bee, 
Consul, 915 and 917 Clav 
CONSUL DENMARK, Nicholas 

Sonnichsen, 317 California 
CONSUL ECUABOR. F Herrera. 

331 Montgomery 
CONSUL PRANCE, Antoine For- 
est, 704 Washington 
CONSUL GERMAN EMPIRE, 

Adolph Rosenthal, 321 Battery 
CONSUL GREAT BRITAIN 
ANI> 1RELANH.W Lane Book- 
er, 319 California 
CONSUL GUATEMALA Louis 

B Parrott, 306 California 
CONSUL HAWAII, H W Sever- 
ance, 316 California 



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COXSILHIXG ARY, Robert 

Hochkoflev, 203 Front 
COXSUL ITAIiY, Count Diego Bar- 

rilis, 525 Front 
COXSl T Ii JAPAX, Kcnttaro Yar.a- 

giva, 309 Jones 
CONSUL. MEXICO Joaquin Gar- 
cia Conde, 215 Sansom - 
COX^UL XETHERLAXDS, 

James de Fremerv, 410 Battery 
COXSIL XICARACJUA, F Her- 

rera, 331 Montgomery 
COXSIL XORWAY, Aug. Berg- 

gren, 406 Montgomery 
CONSUL PORTUGAL, Francis 

Berton. 529 Clay 
CONSUL RUSSIA, Vladimir Wel- 

etsky, 7 South Park 
COXSUL SALVADOR, Jose M 

Tinoeo, 323 Front 
COXSUL SPAIN, Camilio Martin, 

312 California 
CONSUL SWEDEN, Aug. Berg- 

K'ren, 406 Montgomery 
COXSUL SWITZERLAND, 

Francis Berton, 529 Clay 
COXTIXEXTA L COFFEE 

AND SPICE MILLS, Adam 

H Murphy propr, 5 1st 
Continental insurance Co, (New York), 

Blair, Yan Tassel & Co, agents, 216 

Sansom 
COXTINEXTAL OIL AND 

TRANSPORTATION C O, 

of California, Isaac E Blake, general 

supt. 120-122 Front, warehouse cor 

Berry and 5th 
COXTRA COSTA LAUNDRY 

A S S O C I A T ION, (George H 

Hallett, Pliney Bartlett and P E Dal- 

ton), 28 Sacramento, branches 13 

Broadway, Market near 4th, cor 

2nd and Howard, 647 Clay, 308 Bush, 

and 30 Geary 
Converse Thomas M. secretary Union 

Consolidated Mining Co, 402 Front 
CONVEY EDWARD, butcher, NE 

cor Hyde and Green 
CONWAY RERNARD, wines 

and liquors, 993 Market 
Con\\a-\ James, liquor saloon, 1200 Mar- 
ket 
Conway J H, mining 106 Leidesdorff 
Conway M G, harnessmakcr, 673 Mission 
Conway Patrick, wood and coal, 133 2nd 
Cook A Mrs, hair jewelry, 110 i\carny 
Cook C A Mrs, physician, 224 Post 
Cook Carroll, attorney at law, 67 Nevada 

Block 
Cook Daniel, mining, 4." Nevada Block 
Cook Edward E, plumber, 1210J Polk 
Cook E G & Co, groceries and liquors, 47 
2nd 



Cook H N, manuf leather belting ^and 

hose, 415 Market 
Cook I & A M, lumber, pier 2^ Steuart 






Cook James W, groceries and liquors, 446 1 g" 



Clementina 
Cook J H, poultry, 541 Merchant 
Cook John, bakery, 521 4th 
Cook John, hair-dresser, 131 Montgomery 
Cook John J, photographic \iews, 26 

Montgomery 
Cook M &Co,(H Luesmann),liquoi saloon, 

513 Washington 
Cook II M, milk ranch, 2413 Bush 
Cook Robert, carpenter, 1704 Fillmore 
Cook Seth, mining, 5 Neyada Block 
COOK & ELLIS, (A O Cook and F 

P Ellis), manufs of leather belting 

and hose, 37 Fremont 
Cook & Trounson, (Jno Cook and Jno 

Trounson), carpenters, 514 Pine 
Cooke Win B & Co, book binders, 723 

Market 
Coo] George W, dentist, 22 Kearny 
Cool Russell H, dentist, 22 Kearny 
Coolidge J A, secretary Merchants' Ex- 
change Association, 
Coombs ^ Taylor, (John Coombs and Dan- 
iel Taylor), shipwrights, 107 and 109 

Market 
Cooney H Mrs, yarieties, 291 Union 
Cooney J, painter, S s Haight near Fill 
Cooney John J, painter, whitencr and 

paper hanger, 113 4th 
Cooney John N, groceries and liquors, 

540 Fulton 
Cooney Thomas J, groceries and liquors, 

132 9th 
Cooney Michael, attorney at law, 636 Clay 
Coons" J T W & Co, commission mer- 
chants, 325 Washington 
Cooper Abraham, clothing, 130 Pacific 
Cooper A D, artist, 110£ McAllister 
Cooper Alexander B, mining secretary, 

328 Montgomery 
Cooper Frederick K, restaurant, 1017 

Battery R 

Cooper J, merchant tailor, 24 New Mont 5 
COOPER JAMES R. capitalist. - 

328 Montgomery 
Cooper M E, bookseller, 745 Market i-pj 

Co-operatiye Grocers, D Mendelsohn man- p 

ager. SE cor Geary and Webster I *c* 

Coos Bay Coal Co, (Eastport), 31 Mer- Sj 

chant Exchange I .» 

Coos Bay Coal Co, (Newport), 213 Jack j *? 
Coos Bay Union Coal Co, 413 Pacific pL 

Cope Thomas, plumber, 1622 Mission 2 

Cope & Boyd, (W W Cope and James Ti 

Boyd), attorneys at law. 324 Pine g~ 

Cope A Davis, (George W Cope and Georgi „ 

o Davis), stockbrokers, 814 Pine \=? 

Coppage John W, buttonhole maker, 32 &* 

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ICoppe V Mme, laundry, N s California nr 
Baker 

Copper Frank, stationer, 436 Kearny 

Copson Benjamin, broom manuf, 322 
Davis 

Coquiet M, hair-flresser, 643 Commercial 

CORBETT E J MRS, physician, 
200 Stockton, and 805 CJay, Oakland 
; Corbett P J, livery stable, 520 Hayes 

Corbett & Roche, (Thomas Corbett and 
S Roche), wines and liquors, 23 2nd 

Corbett & Macleay, (William Corbett and 
Donald and Kenneth Macleay), mer- 
chants, Portland, Oregon, 202 Sac 
; Corcoran Daniel P, tailor, 614£ Post 

Corcoran Frank, fancy goods, "1643 Miss 

CORCORAX MiCHAEL., grocer- 
ies and liquors, 15 Valencia 

CORDAX A C & SOX, (Frank C), 
hair-dressers, 210 Drumm 

Cordeiro Manuel M, hair-dresser, 20 Clay 

Corden Thomas J, varieties, 525 4th 
'Cordes Jacob H, groceries and liquors, SE 
cor 26th and Valencia 

Cordes John, hair-dresser, 1146 Market 

Cords Robert, stockbroker, 306 Mont 
I Corey Thomas, stoves and tinware, 204 
Pacific 

Corinson Xathan, hair-dresser, 1S29 Union 

Corkery Timothy, fancy goods, 1167 How 

Corkery & Quill, {James Corkery and A 
Qdill), groceries and liquors, SW cor 
5th and Howard 

CORMACR WILLUM/tin can 
manuf, 515 Commercial 

Cornahrenfc H, groceries and liquors, NE 
cor 6th and Howard 

Cornelius Frank O, watchmaker, 300 4th 
J Cornell John W, butcher, 1123 Clay 

Corning & Co (Richard S Corning), wood 
and coal, 11 Tavlor 

CORNWALL WILLIAM A, at 
torney at law, 640 Clay 

Cornyn James, propr Manhattan House, 

705 and 707 Front 
i Cornyn John, propr St Nicholas Hotel, 
216 1st 

Corrigan Catherine, groceries, 722 Bran 

CORRIVEAl LOUIS, hair-dress- 
ing, shaving and baths, 113 Gearv 

tORSKi HEXRY, liquor saloon, 
113 Davis 

CORVILLE, EMERSO\A(0, 
salmon canners, salters and oyster 
dealers, 320 Sansom 

Coebie William, manuf harness, 504 Miss 

Cosgrove -Mrs. lames nurse, 1032 Market 

COS ii ROVE CHRISTO- 
PHER attorney at law. 652 Market 

Cosgrove James, propr New Record 
House, 100 McAllister 

Cosgrove Patrick, boarding, 43 Vallejo 

e William, hair-dresser, 1134 Fol 



COSGROVE & CO, (Christopher 
Cosgrove), real estate broker, 652 
Market. XE cor Kearnv 

COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. S F 

Thorn manager, SW cor Bush and 

Sansom 
Coso Hcu>e, L J Ewell propr, 411 San 
Costa Guiseppa, boarding, 314 Pacific 
Costa John, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Pacific and Powell 
Costello Michael, groceries and liquors, 

230 Minna 
Costello Patrick, bootmaker, 706 Larkin 
Costigan Thomas, carriage-maker, 404 

Jackson 
Costre Speridan, shoemaker, 30 Clay 
Cotrel Thomas Jr, commission merchant, 

405 Front 
Cotte Elodie Mme, laundry, 411 Geary 
Cotter Maurice, bootmaker. 521 Valencia 
Cottle John E, plasterer, 1331 California 
Cottrell H A, propr Pacific Lodging 

House, 209 Leidesdorff 
Cottura Pietro, basket maker, 720 Front 
COURROl'<iH HEXRY, sec 

retary Genesee Mill Co, Gold nr San 
Couch H*M. boots and shoes 849 Valencia 
Couch H M Mrs, dressmaker, 931 Market 
Coughlan James, millinery, 919 Market 
Coughiin John D, butcher, 41 Grand Ar- 
cade Market 
Coulter E Mrs, dressmaker, 502£ Post 
Coulter George T, mining secretary, 320 

Sansom 
Coulter Robert, agent Wakefield Rattan 

Co, 38 Geary 
Coulter William A, marine painter, 729 

Montgomery 
Counter Christopher E, paints, oils and 

glass, 1826 Market 
COIXTRY REAL ESTATE 

ASSOCIATES, James Vollmar 

president and manager, J Rigensbur- 

ger secretary, 40 California 
COIRRIER I>E SAX FR AX- 
CISCO, Etienne Derbec publisher, 

536 Clay 
Ccurscn Ellen Miss, teacher singing, 

516 Stockton 
Coursen G A, stock broker, 405 California 
Courtenay Charles, sign painter, 664 

Howard 
Courtenav John E, sail maker, 516 Davis 
Cousins A H, restaurant, 420 Folsom 
COUTOLEXC L\ pork packer, 

butcher and assorted cooked meats, 

303 Montgomery Ave 
Cowan R H, chiropodist, 230 Kearny 
Cowdery k Preston (Jabez FCowdery and 

E F Preston), attorneys at law, 534 

California 
Cowell J H.real estate agent, 621 Sansom 
!Cowles George YV, millinery, 1017 Market 



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Cowles Samuel, physician, 2017 Mission 
COWL.ES & DROWX (Samuel 
Cowles and A N Drown), attorneys at 
law, 621 Clav 
COWPEB W H, health inspector, 

621 Sansom 
Cox A W Mrs, teacher music, 1924 Mason 
Cox James P, manager Standard Fire In- 
surance Co, 306 Sansom 
COX J W & CO (Samuel Haslett), 
proprs Humholdt Wharf, North Point 
Dock Free and Cunningham Ware- 
houses, Spear bet Folsom and Har 
Cox Tom, attorney at law, 636 Ciay 
Cox Thomas A & Co (William A and Aaron 
Cox), growers and importers seads, 
409 Sansom and 1047 Howard 
COX THOIIAS H, physician and 

druggist, SE cor Mission and 29th 
Cox & Co (Jennings S Cox), real estate 

agent, 303 Montgomery 
COY S H. manager Frank Coy & Co, 

430 Montgomerv 
COY FRASK & CO. Alameda 

real estate, 430 Montgomery 
Cove Hiram L, capitalist, 117 Pine 
Coyle Henry, boot maker, 402 3rd 
Coyle John, house mover, 922 Harrison 
Coyne Dominick, boot maker, 950£ How 
Coyne James, livery stable, 118 14th 
Craig A G Mrs, foreign stamps, NE cor 

Washington and Powell 
Craig Hugh, manager New Zealand Fire 
and Marine Insuranse Co, and agent 
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile 
Agency Co (limited), 307 California 
Craig Janies, groceries and liquors, 629 

Front 

Craig James, liquor saloon, 246 Spear 
Craig Janies, livery stable, 713 Com 
Craig James D, Court Commissioner 23d 

District Court, 323 Montgomery 
Craig John, ship joiner, 1571 Market 
Craig John \& Co (Lewis Burkhard), car- 
riage and wagon makers, 14 Taylor 
Craig John R, plumber, 35 Eddy 
CRAItt LEE I>, notary public, 413 

Montgomery 
Craig Warner, mining, 320 Sansom 
Craig & Meredith (William Craig and J H 
Meredith), attorneys at law, 328 Mont 
CRAIG & lIOSIII.lt (Albert W 
Craig and James L Mosher), solar 
printing and photographic copying, 
838 Market 
CRAIG & SOX (Peter and Alexan- 
der), undertakers, cor Jessie aud 
Mint Ave 
Crall M, dressmaker, 1527 Market 
Cramer Edwin F, cigars and tobacco, 450^ 

and 528 3rd 
Cramer Henry, teacher music, 607 Fell 
Cramp William K, harness maker, - JJ^ 3rd 



Crane Alfred C, secretary Thomas H Holt, 

326 Monty orner.v 
Crane A M, attorney at law, 410 Mont 
Crane Charles W, advertising agent, 318 

Pine 
Crane Irwin J, asrent, 211 Sansom 
Crane, Hastings & Co wholesale liquors, 

121 California 
Crane & Brigham (Henry A Crane, W H 
Brigham and Edward H Baxter), 
wholesale druggists, 520 Market 
Crane Henry F, attorney at iaw, 213 San 
Crary L R, butcher, 1127 Howard 
Craven Sisters (Jane and Mary), dress 
patterns, 126 Post" tag? ' __zrt: 

CRAWFORD A & CO. ship 
chandler and shipping business, 25 
-27 Market 
Crawley James, propr Santa Clara Tem- 
perance Hotel, 444 Bratinan 
Creamer A, hair-dresser, 319 Sansom 
Creedmoor House, Mrs James Graham 

propr, 1122£ Larkin 
Creedon William, bootmaker, 29 Com 
CREtiAX J H, wines and liquors, 

SW cor 6th and Howard 
Cregan Peter, wholesale fruit, 212 Wash 
Creighton J, umbrella repairer, 61 3rd 
Creighton Patrick, boarding, 81 Natoma 
Cressaglia Martin, restaurant, 15 3rd 
Cressy Albert Mrs, music teacher, 817£ 

Larkin 
Crim Samuel, real estate, 420 California 
Crimm Alexander, liquor saloon, 677$ 

Mission 
Crindle Elsie Mrs, clairvovant, 681 Miss 
Crist A B, agent Cal Pac R R Co and C P 
R R Co's steamers, Washington Street 
Wharf 
Crittenden Charles S, Club Stables, 409- 

411 Taylor 
Crittenden James L, attorney at law, 59 

Merchant's Exchange 
CRITTEXDEX MARTIX, wines 

and liquor, 114 2nd 
Crittenden Parker, general auctioneer 
and real estate agent. 25 Merchant's 
Exchange 
Cvoce & Mart-hand (P E Croce and C Mar- 
t-hand), watchmakers, 822 Clay 
Crockard, Hugh, Bhipsmith, 20 Mission 
CROCKER CHARLES, presi- 
dent Southern Pacific R R Co and 
vice president C PR R, cor 4th and 
Townsend 
Crocker S & Co (John I) Yost), station- 
ers and printers, 401-408 Sansom 
Crocker L, dry goods, 1100 Stockton 
Crocker N & Co (Red Bluff), merchants, 7 

Battery 
Crocker & Suydam (John 11 Crocker and 
James N Buydam), stock broki 
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Crockett E Mrs, dr. ssmaker, 919 Sac 
Crockett John, mining- secretary, 203 

Bush 
Crocke't Joseph B, Judge Supreme 

Court, 640 Clay 
Crogan P J, house-painter, 1532 Eddy 
Crone Maud Mrs, coffee saloon, 927 Market 
Cronin David, groceries and liquors, 159 

Minna 

Cronin J J, house-painter, 225 10th 
Cronin John, wines and liquors, 2329 Cal- 
ifornia 

Cronise W H V, capitalist, 327 Pine 
Crook Edwin W, agent Keeps' shirts, 

126 Kearny 
Crooks William H, fruits, 1203 Polk 
Croome W, dentist, 823 Market 
CROSBY WILLIAM, attorney 

at law, 659 Clay 
Croshy William J, cutler, 631 Clay 
Crossett J F & Co, employment office, 230 

Sutter 

Croskey R & Co, liquor saloon, 229 Hayes 
Crosier John, horseshoer, 307 Linden Ave 
Cross & Co (John, William and Thomas C 
Wedderspoon), commission mer- 
chants, 24 California 
Crossett Edward T, dentist, 10 3rd 
Crossett Truman, dentist, 10 3rd 
Crothers George, upholsterer, 1224 How 
Croudace & Co (F W Croudace), pi-inters, 

620 Merchant 

Croxall J D, purchasing agent, 405 Front 

Crowe Timothv, locksmith, 115 4th 

CROWE & COOKE (Maxwell L 

Crowe and W E Cooke), steel and 

copperplate engravers and printers, 

22 Montgomery, printing rooms 13 

CROWEL.fi J P, dentist, 215 Kearny 
Crowlev Cornelius groceries and fruit, 

334 3rd 
Crowlev Daniel, groceries and liquors, 

1338 Washington 
Crowley George, hardware, 230 6th 
Crowley John, groceries and liquors, 237 

Minna 
Crowley Mark, groceries, 116 7th 
Crowley Richard, horse-shoer, 408 Jack 
Crowley Timothy J, attorney at law, 234 

Montgomery 
Crowley Timothy J, horse-shoer, NW cor 

Merchant and Drumm 
Crowley & Co (John J Crowley and Will- 
iam Goetz), groceries and liquors, SW 

cor 20th and Guerrero 
Crowley & Goodman (P Crowley and J T 

Goodman), stock brokers, 436 Cal 
Crown Harris, cigars and tobacco, 803 

Marke- 
Crummj- Hugh, wholesale sheep butcher, 

1st Ave nr Railroad Ave 
Crusseil F R, locksmith, 434 Kearnv 



Crystal Soda Water Co Frank Maxen 

prest, NE cor Stockton and Union 
CRYSTAL VO£GAR 

WORKS, C A Robinson & Co 

propr, 15 Van Ness Ave 
Cuddy John G, tailor, 904 Folsora 
Cuello Joseph & Co (P Carlaz), saddler, 

525 Pacific 
Cuff Dennis, bootmaker, 762 Brannan 
Cullen Michael, liquor saloon, 201 7th 
Cullen Thomas, groceries and liquors. 

NW cor Ellis and Devisadero 
Culley & Brook (John P Culley and Jos- 
eph H Brook), stoves and tinware, 

1006 Market 
Culligan J, florst, 706 Turk 
Culligan Michael, groceri s and liquors,' 

218 Ritch 
Cullinan & Co (Dennis Cullinan), whole- 

sale groceries, 406 Commercial 
CILP J I> & CO (W B Isaacs and S 

K Thornton), manufs fine cigars and ' 

importers leaf tobacco, 585 Market 
Culver J H, secretary Mechanics Indus-! 

trial Exhibition, 27 Post 
Culver Stephen M, manufr candv, 1214 

Market 
Culver W H, attorney at law, 204 Sutter 
Cummings Alfred H, stationery, 18£ 5th: 
Cummings, Gimme! k. Co (Henry K Cum- \ 

mings and E Gimmel), commission 

merchants, 424 Battery 
Cummings Mary Mrs, nurse, 515 Taylor 
Cummings Patrick, blacksmith, SW cor 

Mission and 7th 
Cummings' Sons (William Cummings Jr 

and Lewis B Cumm'ngs), watchmak- 
ers and jewelers, 327 Kearny 
Cummings T, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Miss : on and 22d 
Cummings W B, attorney at la%v, 528 Cal 
Cummings W E, carpenter, SE cor Post 

and Stockton 
CimiraGS & PHILLIPS 

(M F Cummings and J S Phillips), 

book-binders and blank-book manufs, 

509 Clay 
Cummins John L, mining, 420 Mont J 
Cummins P, attorney at law, 636 Clay 
Cunard Roval Mail S S Co, Williams, 

Blanchard & Co, agents, 218 Cal 
Cuneo Brothers (J C and Charles), fruits, 

SE cor Pine and Dupont 
Cuneo C, wines and liquors. 539 Wash 
CUXEO ftlOV A XXI, butcher and 

packing establishment, 309-311 Broad 
Cuneo Joseph, groceries and liquors, 2401 

Taylor 
Cunnane & Farrell (Peter Cunnane and 

M'chae 1 Farrell), wood and coal, 424 
fulton 
ll'XXEEX ARTHIR, groceries 

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Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch (James 
Cunningham, E B Curtiss and Samuel 
B Welch), stationers and printers, 327 
Sansom 
Cunningham I A, propr Haywards Ex- 
press, 106 Davis 
'. Cunningham T H, wines and liquors, 301 

Kearny 
Cunningham & Co (R B Cunningham and 
J J Applegate), real estate brokers, 
320 Sansom 
Cupples Samuel & Co, (St Louis) wooden 
and willow ware, C H Blackford agent, 
123 California 
Curlander Anne, fruits, 532 16th 
Curley James, liquor saloon, NW cor Val- 
encia and 26 ch 
Curley J H & Co, merchant tailors, 32 

Montgomery 
Curley M A Miss*, dressmaking, 1100 Stock 
Curley P, liquor saloon, Bryant bet 1st 

and Fr'-mont 
Curley & Hughes (John Curley and John 
F Hughes), grocer'es and liquors, NW 
cor 23d and A'abaoa 
Curragh J M, druggist, 413 Bush 
Curran Hugh, propr Franklin Hotel, SE 

cor Sanoom and Pacific 
Curran John, groceries, 514 16th 
Curran Michael, bakery, 717 Brannan 
Curran M K, physician, 104 Eddy 
Curran Patrick, carpenter, XE cor How- 
ard and 2d 
Curran Patrick L, liquor saloon, NW cor 

4th and Berry 
Curran Thomas, fruits, IS and 23 New 

Metropolitan Market 
Currie A L & Co, bookseller, 514 Pobt 
Currier Amos, pictures and framemaker, 

103 Dupont 
Currier Charles H, block and pumpmaker, 

23 Market 
Currier Wallace O, attorney at law, 535 

California 
Currier Willis J, agent Buffalo and Amer- 
ican Grape-sugar (Jo's, 205 Front 
Curry D, whitener, 237 Fell 
Cum John, liquor saloon, 207 Main 
Curry N& Brother (Nathaniel and John), 
guns and sporting material, 113 San 
Curtaz B, pianos, 20O'Farrell 
Curtin Calahan, dry gonds,911-0l3 Market 
Curtin James, wines and liquors, 480 

Jessie 

Curtin John, liquor saloon, 112 Steuart 

Curtis, D : xon & Co (John W Curtis and 

George W Dixon), manufs cigars, 309 

. Clav 

CURTIS E II )IKN, dressmaker, 

16 Stockton 
Curtis Jeremiah, tailor, 304 Jackson 
Curtis J M, guager and liquor broker, 123 
California 



CURTIS JOHV R, manager estate 
Woodworth, Schell & Co, 12 Post 

Curtis & Son (John and Lawrence), butch- 
ers, 232 5th 

Curtiss Char'es S, mining secretary, 203 
Bush 

Cusack Thomas, groceries and liquors, 
715 Brannan 

Cushing C B, insurance agent, 240 Mont 

Gushing E Miss, fancv goods, 310 3d 

(ISHMAX C I>, agent West Coast 
furniture, 601 Market cor 2d 

Cusick Ellen Mrs, fruits, 1711 Jones 

Cusick P F, groceries and liquor, SE cor 
23d and York 

CUSTOM HOUSE U S.Ws Bat 
tery bet Washington and Jackson 

Cutlar Roger, dentist, 715 Cla}- 

Cutler & Hester (E B Cutler and W S 
Hester), proprs Kentucky Lodging 
House, 625^ Clav 

Cutter & Co (Daniel* Cutter and J P Rob- 
ertson), draymen, 204 Davis 

Cutting John T & Co, commission mer- 
chants, 206 Front 

Cutting Packing Co, Sidney M Smith 
manager, 17-31 Main 

CZAPRAY L. J, physician. 127 
Montgomery 



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D'Arcv John, attorney at law, 214 San 



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D'Oyly, Nigel & 

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Dabovich Nicholas, wholesale fruits, 

Washington 
Dagnino Laura Miss, teacher music, 

Vallejo 

Dahl B F, stock broker, 11 1^ Leidesdorff 
Dahl Chris, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Pacific and Mason 
Dahl Henry, butcher, 216 2d 
Dahlquist O P, wines and liquors, 433 

Bush 
Dahm Charies, clairvoyant, 758 Howard 
Dahmke Frederick, wines and liquors, 3E 

cor Berry and Rich 
Daigeneau Edward, laundry, 41S Stev 
Daily John, gas-fitter, 1033* Fols^m 
DAULY EXCHA*<-E(Tlic), Daily 

Exchange Publishing Co, l> F Y.t 

denal manager, 806 Montgomery 
Daily John, liquor Baloon, 132 Hayes 
DAILY LAW JOl'RSAL, 

Stockwell A Co. proprs, 408 Wash 
I> AI\4.CItFli:i>l> WILLIAM 

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Daiss & Schmitt (E Daiss and George 
Schmitt), wines and liquors, NW cor 
Bush and Kearny 
Dak'n E A, agent Edison's electric pen, 

219 Sansom 
Dakin William, fruits, 1037 Howard 
DAKIX A LIBBEY (Edwin Da 
kin and J G Libbey), commission 
merchants and agents Commercial 
Soap Co, XE cor Sac and Davis 
; Daley Annie Mrs, lodging, 10 Brenham 

Place 
Daley J F, coal oil, 2011 Mission 
Dall John, photographic materials, 618- 

620 Clav 
DALTOX & CO (M Dalton, Alfred 
H Grant and W F Capen), publishers 
and proprs San Francisco, Oakland 
and Alameda Business Directory, 8 
Montgomery Ave room 5 
DALTOX & GBAY (Frank Dal- 
ton and James M Gray), fruit and 
produce commis ion merchants, 404- 
406 Davis 
Daly B H, printer, 609 Merchant 
Daly David, horse-shoer, 606 6th 
DALY EDWARD, butcher, 340 

Guerrero cor 16th 
Daly Enos, livery stable, 908 Harrison 
| Daly John, liquor saloon, 106 1st 
I Daly John, wines and iiquors, 600 Market 
Dalv John C, liquor saloon, 154 1st 
! Dalv Mary Mrs, bakcrv, 136 Folsom 
DALY P J, produce dealer, 411 Wash 
| Dama Luigi, teacher vocal music, 201 Pow 
jDameron J P, attorney at law, 640 Clay 
j Dames & Hayes (W \V Dames and H C 

Hayes), photographers, 715 Market 
Damon James E, real estate agent, 607 

Montgomery 
J Damon Park (Saucelito), 539 California 
DAMPF LOUIS A CO, manufs 
frames, passe portouts, etc, 638 Mar- 
ket 
J Dams M Mrs, teacher languages, 1419 

Powell 
Dance H A, oil stoves and Catholic books, 

1803 Polk 
j Dandes Thwribio, boarding, 48 Sac 
I Dane J H, attorney at law, 531 Cal 
Daneri Antonio, hardware, cutlerv, etc, 

420 Batterv 
DAXERI F & CO, (Henry Casano- 
va), importers and jobbers wines, 
liquors and groceries etc, 27-29 Cal 
Daneri John, liquor haloon, 131 Pacific 
Danforth E, propr Broadway Bonded 

Warehouse, 723 Battery 
Danforth E P & Co, tanners, 723 Battery 
Dangers Bros (Henry and Dietrich), gro 

ceries and liquors, 1532 Post 
Daniel John & Co, marble, 421 Pine 
Daniel W L, plumber etc, 234 Post 



Daniels B, bakery, 42S Grove 

Dani lson D E, boot-maker, 7 Mission 

Danielwitz Isador, attorney at law, 12 

Montgomery Block 
Danielwitz Joseph, dry goods, 516 16th 
Dankemeyer & Tostmann (H Dankemeyer 
and H Tostmann), groceries and liq- 
uors, SE cor Gearv and Dupont 
DAX3T F P, attorney at law, 604 

Merchant 
Dann Peter, liquor saloon, 16 Steuart 
Dannals C W, agent JEtna Life Insurance 

Co, 504 Kearny 
Dannenbaum J & S wholesale dry goods, 

124 Sansom 
Dannenberg Amelia Mrs, ladies under- 
wear, 24 Montgomerv 
DAXXE\BERG WALTER, 
manager Sixth Street Pharmacy, SW 
cor 6th and Folsom 
Dannheimer Louis, merchant taUor, 539 

California 
Dannmeyer M & Co, groceries and liq- 
uors, XW eor 7th and Mission 
Dantzscher Otto, merchant tailor, 633 

Washington 
Danube Imperial Boyal Privileged Aus- 
trian Insurance Co(marine of Vienna), 
H}' Balzer & Co agents, 209 Sansom 
Darcy Edward, boarding, 133 Fo som 
Darius Francis, stationer, 130 5th 
DARWIX CHARLES R, attor- 
ney at law, 636 Clay 
Dasmann William, groceries and liquors, 

1701 Howai d 
Dastugue G, butcher, 12 Clay st, Central 

Market 
Daus Isidore, dry goods, 1400 Dupont 
Daverkosen Peter, butcher, 2514 Bush 
David Lazarus, clothing, 7 Broadway 
j David L X, book-seller, 62ft Washington 
Davidson J D, locksmith, 812 Market 
Davidson J R, physician, 411 Tyler 
Davidson J W & Co (G H Huntsman. 
Raphael Weill, William Davidson, 
Henry Weill), dry goods, 101-103 Kear 
Davidson Marcus, crockery, 231 6th 
Davidson Meyer, merchant (Eureka, Xev), 

111 Batterv 
DA VIES JOHN bakery and con- 
fectionery, 524^ 6th 
Davies Shadrach, cabinet-maker, 905 Clay 
Davis Aaron, tailor, 606 3d 
Davis Alexander, liquor saloon, 13 Steuart 
DAVIS BROS, (Ansley G, Eugene 
G, and Andrew M Davis). Golden Rule 
Eazaar, importers fancy notions, fur- 
nishing goods, etc, 1419 Kearny and 
718 Market 
Davis Bros (Charles and Henry), butchers, 

cor Fair Avenue and Mission 
j Davis Dan, coffee saloon, SW cor Kearny 
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Davis Edward, tailor, 347 3d 
Davis Elenor Mrs, nurs :, 222 Leav 
Davis Fanny Mrs, laundry, 21S Brannan 
Davis George, ship chandler, 119 Berry 
Davis George A, manufs agent, 327 Mar- 
ket 
Davis George E, physician, 108 Stockton 
Davis Harris, furniture, 730 Montgomery 
DAVIS HORACE & CO, (An- 
drew McF Davis), proprs Goldeii Gate 
Flouring Mills, 41-49 1st 
Davis Isidore, tailor, 404 3d 
Davis Jacob, hair-dresser, 17 Geary 
Davis Jaeob. tailor, 13H 2nd 
DAVIS JOHN T. mining and mill 

machinery, 405 California 
Davis Julian N, liquor saloon, NE cor 16th 

and Dolores 
Davis L H, attorney at law, 76 Nevada 

Block 
Davi; Marx, tailor, Railroad Ave, bet 9th 

and 10th Aves 
Davis Morris, furniture, 1040 Folsom 
DAVIS PULVERIZER CO. 
S M Holmes president, John T Davis 
superintendent, 405 California 
Davis RDW& Co, auctioneer, 211 Pine 
Davis Robert, commission merchant 405 

Front 
Davis W, manuf harness, 421 Market 
Davis William, junk, 715 Sansom 
Davis William, liquor saloon, 209 Pacific 
Davis William H, real estate broker, 320 

Sansom 
DAVIS WILLIAM J. bakery, 23£ 

2nd 
Davis & Co (D Davis), cigars and tobacco. 
531 Calif oj nia, and crockerj and g'ass- 
ware. 39 4th 
DA MS & CORVELL (Isaac E 
Davis and Henry Corvell), manufs 
lime, cement, piaster, etc, 211-213 
Drumm 
Davis cY. Mathews (Harry Davis and James 

Mathews), shoemakers, 820 Battery 
Davis & Sanger (Henry C Davis and Isi- 
dore Sanger), dentists, 137 Mont 
Davoren John, bootmaker, 522 6th 
Daw Sila, cigars, 1330 Market 
DAWSON OEOKGE & CO 
(Morris Sichel), proprs Pantheon Sa- 
loon, 321 California 
Dawson John H, druggist, XW cor Valen- 
cia and 23d and SE cor 24th and Ala- 
bama 
Day Alexander, liquor saloon, 816 Green- 
wich 
Day Jcsephine Mrs, dr ssmaker, 615 Lar- 

kin 
Dav Sherman, mining engineer, 120 Sut 
DATTH01A8,gafi fixtures, plumb- 
ing goods, clocks and bronzes, 122 
and 124 Sutter 



Day Thomas J, engraver, 137 Montgomery 
De*Bare H B, watchmaker, 235 4th 
D Blaumfore D N, hair-dresser, 159 2d 
DE BOER H J & CO (D C Pres- 
ton), junk, 1238 Mission 
De Bus H F, coffee saloon, 604 Mont 
I De Castro D & Co, commission merchants, 

213 Sansom 
De Casta Joseph, restaurant, 1204 Stock 
De Courcy Edward, dry goods, 120 Sutter 
: De Courcy Fannie, milliner, 140 6th 
De Courcy G Miss, milliner, 1907 Fillmore 
' De Courcy M Mrs, fancy goods, 353 16th 
De Crano Edmund G, mining engineer, 

327 Pine 
De DERK.V F F, M D, homoeo- 
pathic physician and surgeon, etc, 
17 Dupont 
De Faria Anibal. boarding, 26 Sacramento 
DE FELIPE — , teacher languages, 

120 Sutter 
De Fremery Herman S, custom house 

broker, 508 Battery 
De Fremery James, president San Fran- 
cisco Savings Union, consul Nether- 
lands and agent Amsterdam Board of 
Underwriters, 410 Battery 
. De Fremery James & Co (William C B 
De Fremery), commission merchants, 
410 Battery 
, De Freye B C, physician, 1230 Stockton 
De Garav T L Mrs, wax and paper flow- 
ers, 642 Filbert 
j De Groot, Birge & Co (Henry and Henry 
De Groot Jr, and Fred E Birge), min- 
ing engineers, 318 Pine 
De OrlOXE C, agent Comptoir 

D'Escompte de Paris, 401 California 
1 De Hart Harry M, agent land depart- 
ment University of California, 310 
Pine 
De Jonge John, boarding, 238 Steuart 
i De La Montanya James, stoves, and manuf 

tinware, 606-608 Battery 
I De Labrousse A, veterinary surgeon, 1505 

Howard 
I De Lacy (harks, capitalist, 312 Pine 
De Land C H, mining secretary, 320 San 
I De Laveaga J Vincent, capitalist, 2. r >> Mkt 
De Long Francis, propr Novato Ranch 

Vinegar and Cider, 117 Pine 
De Luca Giswalda, butcher, 1338 Dupont 
De Manuel Joseph, poultry, 4 Clay Rtreet 

Market 
DeMILL A LAITERMILCH 
(K Q De Mill and L Lautermikh), 
coffee Baloon, mi. 1 , Montgomery 
DeMlLFOKI) J H. upholsterer. 

1060 Howard 
De l'as c b, collector, <H4 Washington 
| De Pass J M, general broker, 331 Hont 
De Honceiav Louis, pictorial advertiser 

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De Sabla Eugene, commission merchant, 
40 California 

De Salas I, groceries and liquors, 422 Xa- 
toma 

De Seravalle C, teacher languages, 120 
Sutter 

De Tavel A, veterinary surgeon, 811 How 

De Vercy Alfred F, real-estate agent, 418 
Montgomery 

De Vrv John V, civil engineer, 202 San 

De Witt Thomas B, physician, W s Ten- 
nessee bet Butte and Solano 

De Wolowski Alexander S, teacher music, 
S Mason 

DE YOUXG CHARLES A 
CO (Michael H De Young), publish- \ 
ers and proprs The San Francisco 
Chronicle, XE cor Bush and Kearny 

Dea Robert, painter, 101 Minna 

DEACOX WILLIAM, proprietor 
Main St. Iron Works, 131-135 Main 

Deakin Edwin, landscape painter, 611 
Clay 

Deakin W & F, Japanese goods, 628 Sac 

Deal W E F, attorney at law, 230 Mont 

'dean rexjAmix d, m d. 

physician and surgeon, 33 Kearny 
Dean E B & Co (David Willcox and C H 

Merchant), lumber, 22 California 
Dean George A, propr Pacific Straw 

Works. 16 4th 
Dean George S, dentist, 765 Market 
i Dean Jared B, drayman, XE cor Fremont 

and Howard 
Dean Walter E, mining secretary, 203 

Bush 
DEAX W Y, carriage woodworm and 

gvmnasium apparatus maker, 53 

Beale 
DEARRORX T H, general railroad 

agent, SE cor Market and Xew Mont 
DEAS HEXRY, mining secretary, 

44 Xevada Block 
I Deasa William, carpenter, 807 Folsom 
JDease Andrew, tailor, 311 Pine 
Deasy Brothers (Jeremiah and Cornelius), 

boots and shoes, 132 3rd 
Deasy Jeremiah, insurance broker, 405 

California 
Deasv Jerome Mrs, florist, 736 and 1022 

Market 
Deasy John, groceries and liquora, SE 

cor 5th and Shipley 
Decker Earnard, liquor saloon, 530 Val 
Decker Charles W, dentist, 925 Market 
Decker Christian, groceries and liquors, 

156 Berry 
Decker George, groceries and liquors, 

XW cor Devisadero and Grove 
I Decker John H, groceries and liquors, 

1031 Hyde 
'Decker & Hansen (Charles Decker and 

O Hansen), coal, 112-114 Washington 



Decourtieux A, butcher, 27-29 San Fran- 
cisco Market 

Deeley James, grocerieo and liquors, SW 
cor Pine and Polk 

Deeriks H, cabinetmaker, 641 California 

Deering Charles, capitalist, 419 Clay 

Deering F P, attorney at law, 40 Mont- 
gomery Block 

Deferrari G B, paints, oils, etc, 307 and 
309 Montgomery Ave 

Degan & Orf ord(Patiick Degan and Robert 
Orford), stone works, Townsend bet 
2d and 3d, and XE cor Ellis and Brod- 
erick 

DEGAN L P, manuf California oak- 
tanned leather belting, 10 Fiemont 

DEGEXEB & CO (E Degener and 
William Lichtenberg), importers and 
commission merchants, and agents 
Chinese Ins Co (limited)of Hong Kong, 
and Globe Marine Ins Co (limited) of 
London, 308 California 

Degenhardt Charles, butcher, 39 Grand 
Arcade Market 

Del Mar Alexander, mining engineer, 216 
Sansom 

DEL ANY C ]»IeC, attorn y at law, 
519 Montgomery 

Deler Jean, human hair, 12 Kearny 

Delfino G. fruit, 127 3rd 

Dellepiane & Co (I Deilepiane and Pierre 
Alferitz), commission merchants and 
wholesale dealers liquors and grocer- 
ies, 425 Batter v 

Dellwig Theodore, bakery, 1811 Polk 

DELMOXIIO FESTAIRAXT 
L Mtyer, 1007 Market 

Deloche J B, poultrv, 2-6 San Francisco 
Market 

Delphino & Ross (A Delphino and A O 
Ross), harness.nakers, 723 Sansom 

Delterevos D, fruits, 1000 Market 

Delury Daniel, liquor saloon, 612^ How 

Demartini G, boot and shoemaker, 229£ 
Montgomery Ave 

Demartini L & Co, manufs candies, 211 
Post 

DEMIXG. PALMER «& CO (E 
O Deming and Jacob Palmer, S F, 
and J G Deming, Los Angeles), mil- 
lers and grain dealers, and proprs 
Capitol Mills, 202-204 Davis, and 
Aliso Mills, Los Angeles 

Deming & Barrett (H A Deming and C L 
Barrett), agencv E Buttrick & Co's 
Patterns, 124 Post 

Dempsey Jeremiah, marble works, 1069 
Market 

Dempsev Patrick, bakerv, cor 23d and 
York 

Dempster & Keys (C J Dempster and G S 
Keys, commission merchants, 109 
California 



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Denaveaux & Maison (Martin Denaveaux 
and Henry A Maison), wholesale 
liquors, NW cor Jackson and Santom 
Deney A maud, wine merchant, 734 Mont 
DEXGLEK P, meat market, 233 3rd 
Denhard Charles, porkpacker, 313 Shipley 
Deniau Paul, furniture, 502 Broadway 
Denicke Bros (Ernst A Denicke), manufs 

cigars, 310 Washington 
Denicke Frederick, physician, 539 Cal 
Denn A Mrs, boarding. 1325 Sanson) 
DEXMS FRAXK H, burgeon 
and phvsieian, 20 Montgomery, res 
607 Sutter 
Dennis Samuel W, dentist, 33 Kearny 
JDEXXIS-ZEISS € MADAME, 
professor of vocal music, 607 Sutter 
Denniston E G, gold and silver plater, 

653-655 Mission 
Denny Edward & Co, stationers, 512 Sac 
Denny G Jj artist, 40S California 
DE\XY S* I>, wholesale and retail 

coal, 110 Jackson 
Dent George W, appraiser, New Apprais- 
er's Building 
Denzler Jacob, beer bottler, 5 Cedar Ave 
DEPPEX 1> MRS, importer of 
fancy goods, fine embroideries, wor- 
steds, etc, 213 Po.-,t 
Depierris H A, physician, 323 Mont Aye 
Derbec Etienne, publisher Courrier De 

San Francisco, 536 Clay 
Derby C W, dairy produce, 19 Xew Met- 
ropolitan Market 
Derby Edward M, lumber, 226 Clay 
Derby Thomas, merchant. 320 Sanborn 
Dericco Carlo, boarding, 410 Pacific 
Dermot M E Mrs, dressmaker, 222 Stock 
Desbeck John, attorney at law, 30 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Desebrock Frederick, wines and liquors, 

NB cor 4th and Brannan 
Deserello & isola (G Deserello and P 
lsola), groceries and liquors, SW cor 
Mission and Godeua 
Desimone Brothers (Terry and Domnick), 

fruits, 1105$ Howard' 
Desmond Daniel, bakery, 406 3rd 
Desmond J J ft Sons (William .T and Pat- 
rick H), insurance agents, 410 Cal 
Desmond Thomas, Sheriff City and Coun- 
ty, City Hall 
Desmer Rosalie Mme, restaurant, 327 

Montgomery Ave 
Dcstv Robert, attorney at law, (111 Clay 
DETELS M & CO ( J B Freese, *N 

Schneider), liquor saloon, 8 Sac 
Detels M & Co (John A Bischoff), groceries 

and liquors, SE cor liar and Main 
DETELS A SCHNEIDER (Mar- 

lin Detels and Nicholas Schneider), 
liquor Baloon, SE cor Pac and Davis 
Detgen Henry, liquor saloon, 619$ East 



I>ETRIC'K. E & CO (John H Xic 
holson), manufs bags, tents and 
awnings, and importers bags and 
bagging materials, twines, etc, 119- 
123 clay and 113-122 Commercial 
Dettmar Henry, oyster saloon, 46 and 48 

Grand Central Market 
DETTMER JOHN, liquor saloon, 

415 Davis 
Dettner George, restaurant, 311 Pacific 
Deucher A, liquor saloon, 24." 2d 
Deuprey Eugene E, attorney at law, 214 

Sansom 
Deutsch J, bootmaker, 116V Dupont and 

1513 Geary 
DEUTSCH JULIUS, harness and 

saddlery 1403 Polk 
Deutsch Michael, restaurant, 324 Bush 
Deutscher Verein, 216 Dupont 
D evan M Mrs, dressmaker, 2742 Folsom 
DEYAXY JOHN A, groceries and 

liquors, 16 Heron 
Deyaurs Frank, wines and liquors, 643 

Broadway 
DEVEKELIi RICHARD, wood 

and coal, XE cor Union and Kearny 
Devine James, druggist, 214 Kearny 
Devine Joseph, hair-dresser, 302 Folsom 

Devitt Joseph, l (maker, 1028 Sutter 

Devlin Jane .Mi>s. fancy goods, 239 8th 
Devlin John, cigars and tobacco, 124 4th 
Devoto Antonio, fruits. SW cor Powell 
and Green 

Devoto Dommio, 1 tmaker, 6<>9 Vallejo 

Devrieze John, sausages, etc, 823 Pacific 
Dewane A, fancy goods, 1118 Folsom 
Dewey Eugene E, stockbroker, 308 Pine 
Dewey Squirt P. capitalist, BOB Pine 
Dewey William P, capitalist, 303 i>jne 
Dewey & Co (Alfred T Dewey, Warren B 
Ewer and George II Strong), publish- 
ers, engravers and patent solicitors, 
202 Sansom, editorial rooms, 414 
( lay 
Dewey ft Jordan (C II Dewey and George 
Jordan), watches and Jewelry, 433 
Montgomery 
Dewing V ft Co (J Dewing), book publish- 

- 207 Dupont 
Dexter A G, locksmith, 203 7th 
Dexter Franklin, manuf confectionery, 

526 Washington 
Dezaux A l', cigars and tobacco, 832 Mar- 
ket 
Di Nola Leon, druggist, 1600 Howard 
Di Vecchio Stephen, butcher, V 71 Mission 
hi© ft UngaretU (Ermemgeldo 
Di Vecchio and Fi _ trette), 

fruits, 521 Geary 
Diamond ft Gaba (David Diamond and 

11 Gaba), furnishing goods, 866 3rd 
Dibblee Albert, commissi on merchant, 10 

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Dickey James R, boarding, W s 6th Ave nr 

Fulton 
Dickinson E Mrs, groceries and liquors, 

1301 California 
Dickinson E B, mining, 240 Montgomery 
Dickinson E J Mrs, proprietress Wads- 
worth House, 225 Bueh 

Dickinson J H, attorney at law, 234 Mont 
Dickinson J R, portrait painter, 6 Eddy 

Dickson, De Wolf & Co (George Campbell 
and E D Heatley), commission mer- 
chants, 412 Batterv 

DICKSOX ROBERT, manager 
Imperial Fire Insurance Co (London), 
Northern Assurance Co (London), 
London Assurance Corporation (Lon- 
don), and Queen Insurance Co (Liver- 
pool), 317 California 

Dickson & Nelson (D M Dickson and H 
Nelson), groceries, NW cor Br van t 
and 2d 

Dieckmann & Rahlmann (Herman Dieck- 
mann and Harry F Rahlmann), gro- 
ceries and liquors, SW cor Railroad 
and 15th Aves 

Diederich Hanrv, bakerv. 1901 Hvde 

D1£F£XBA€H£R GEORGE. 
cigars and hair-dresser, 911^ Larkin 

Dieffenbacher & Wihl (William Dieffen- 
bacher and Gustav Wihl), commission 
merchants, 318 Front 

DIERCK A HIXZ. (F A Dierck 
and A F Hinz), propr Yolo Mills NE 
cor Mission and Main 

Diercks & Hons (H Diercks and H Hons), 
groceries and liquors, 252 1st and 432 
Folsom 

D1ERKS THEODORE, under 
taker, 1218 Market 

Diers Henry, groceries and liquors, 337 3rd 

Dieter Henry, groceries, 1606 Mission 

Dietle Charles, boot-maker, 235 Bush 

Deitrich W K, Recorder City and County, 
City Hall 

Dietsch Godlieb, tannery, 26th bet How- 
ard and Capp 

DIETZ A € & CO. importers and 
wholesale dealers paints, oils, glass, 
varnishes and lamp stock, 224 Front 

Diez John, boot-maker, 391 8th 

Diez & Ramon, (C C Diez and A Ramon), 
manuf cigars, 416 Battery 

Diggins A C, contractor, 528 California 

Diggins William M, contractor, 528 Cal 

Dikemann Daniel S, collector, 222 McAl- 
lister 

DIELE, SHAW & CO (W D Dille 
and A C Shaw), produce commission 
merchants, 119 Washington 

Dillon C H, teacher dancing, SW cor 
Gearv and Steiner 



J)ILLO\ EDWARD, chronom- 
eter and watchmaker, 508 Battery 
Dillon Jeremiah, groceries, 1147 Howard 
Dillon William, upholsterer, 1104 Fol 
Dimmer Nicolai, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Broadway and Powell 
Dingley C L, lumber, pier 10 Steuart 
Dinkelspiel L & Co (Lazarus and Emile 
Dinkelspiel and John A Cook), whole- 
sale dry goods, 37 and 39 Battery 
Dinkelspiel S B & Co (Michael Dinkelspiel 
and Joseph Haber), watches and jew- 
elery, 313 Bush 
Dinkelspiel & Nordmann (Joseph Dinkel- 
spiel and Joseph Nordmann), watch 
materials, 120 Sutter 
Dinsmore Robert, stock-broker, 220 Mont 
Dipavoli F, fish, 36 Clay Street Market 
DIPPEL & MOtTClCOT (John 
Dippel and G Mounicot), wagon and 
carriage-makers, Railroad Avenue 
bet 5th and 6th Avenues 
Diss & Co (Frank A J Diss), groceries and 

provisions, 957 Market 
Dissat Antoine, wig-maker, 511 Kearny 
Dithmar A C, machinery, 626 4th 
Dittmann Emile, varieties, 1506 Polk 
DIVISICH & BIJA (Stephen 
Di\ isich and M Buja), oyster, coffee 
and liquor saloon, 332 East 
DIX & STRAUB (Casper Dix and 
Michael Straub), groceries and liq- 
uors, NE cor Fillmore and Filbert 
Dixon Clement, wines and liquors, 8 Sum- 
mer 
Dixon Ellen Mrs, oyster saloon, 15 Stock 
Dixon George L, restaurant, 2645 Miss 
Dixon H H Mrs, fancy goods, 1618 Polk 
Dixon, Isaiah, contractor, 638 Market 
Dixon Samuel, stock broker, 238 Montg 
DIXOX & BERXSTEIX (John 
B Dixon and Sam Bernstein), show 
case manufs, 250 Market 
Dixon & Putnam (Elizabeth Dixon & Eliz 

abeth Putnam), milliners, 48 Geary 
Doane George W, bakery, 1019 Howard 
Doane Joshua G, wood and coal, NE cor 

Tyler and Webster 
Doane & Co (Millard C Doane, R H Espy, 
H S Gile and I Y Doane), wholesale 
oyster dealers, 92 California Market 
DOAXE& HE\§HEUVOOD, 
(Wilber G Doane and Thomas R Hen- 
shelwood), importer and dealers for- 
eign and domestic dry goods, 132 
Kearny 
DOBLE A, importer, agent for Thom- 
as Firth & Sons steels and manufo 
cast Steele tools, 13-15 Fremont 
Dobner Morris, dry goods, 1120 Stockton 
Dobrogoiski & Ezquerro (V Dobrogoiski 
and R Ezquerro), liquor saloon, 627 
Washington 



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Dobrzensky Juiius, confectionery, 21 6th Donadieu Louise Madame, restaurant, 42» 
Dobrzensky R Mrs, stationery, 615 Lar- i Bush 

Donahues Cornelius, groceries and Uq- 

uors, 997 Bryant 
Donahue Henry, branch Singer Manu- 
facturing Co, 304 Hayes 
I Donahue Peter, capitalist, 426 Montg 
j Donaldson & Co (James Donaldson), com- 
mission merchants, 124 California 
i Donigan Michael, groceries and liquors,;} 
1317 Sansom 
DOXLEY J C, Domestic Restaurant,'! 

304 Market 
Donn Ellen L S Mrs, furnished rooms, 5395 

California 
Donnelan I, livery stable, 717 O'FarreJl 



kin 
Dodge Daniel, butcher, XE cor Howard 

and Steuart 
Dodge E J, agent J Russ, Eureka Cal, 

36 Market 
Dodge F, house-mover, 1149 Mission 
Dodge George S, mining-, 302 Montg 
DO DUE 31 31 A CO, merchant tai- 

lois, 809^ Market 
DOIK.K " SWEENEY & CO, 
(Henry L Dodge, Lorenzo H Sweeney, 
and John E Ruggles), wholesale pro- 
vision and commission merchants, 
114-116 Market and 11-13 California 






Dodge W \V & Co (\V W Dodge, J T Glo- Donnelly Dunne & Co (Andrew J Do 
ver, Newton Booth and C T Wheeler), ; nelly, James J Dunn i an i E T Dou- 
whob-sale grocers, NW cor Clay and nelly), wholesale hutc I -rs, 601 Cal 

Front Donnelly Peter, liquoi salocn, SE cor 

Dodge & Gorevan (Miles Dodge and James 27th and Fo sum 

Gorevan), merchant tailors, 511 1 Donohoe, Kelly & Co (Joseph A Donohoe, 
Montgomery Eugene Kelly, Howard Havens and 

Dodge & Pierce (J S Dodge and James H j John W Flool), bankers, SE eor 
Pierce), s.ationers, 116 Post and 734 Montgomery and Sacra'uento 

Market Donohue C, liquor saloon, 316 Jackson 

DOE B Jfc J SB* (Bartlett, John S and ] Donohue E, bootmaker, 2-t Hayes 

Charles F), manufs and dealers doors Donohue Hugh, house-painter,*6 Hayes 



windows and blinds, 44-48 Market 
Doehnel — Madame, milliner, 308 Post 
Doehring Charles, baker, 336 3d 
Doerrer William G, paints, oils and glass, 

1744 Market 
Doherty Hugh, nroor Western Hotel, 214 

Broadway 
Doherty J A* laundry, 1622 Pacific Ave 



Donohue John, liquor saloon, 827 Fol 

Donohue John, propr Broadway Ho el, 
212 Broadway 

Donohue John C, groceries and liquor*, 
WW cor Bryant and Bryant Ave 

Donohue P, blacksmith and wagon -mak- 
er, 716 Sansom 
! Donohue Thomas, marble works, 15 9th 



Doherty John W, manager North Pacific DO\OHlE& PHELA\ (Thorn- 
Coast R R Co, 328 Montgomery us Donehue and Patrick Phelan);, 
Doherty Timothy, fruits, 303 Hayes wines and liquors, 33 2d 

Doherty William K, ph.-ddan, 216 Kear Donovan D, boots and shoes, 1412 Sto:k 

Dohrmann & Co (Adolph Dohrmann and Donovan J J, painter, 206 11th 

Henry Wangenheim), propra Wash- Donovan M A, fancy goodb, 1561 Market 



ington Flour Mrlkr, NW cor Washing 
ton and Drumm 

Dolan Edward, livery stable 1633 How 

I MM. AX JAMBS W, wholesale 
boots and shoes, 126 Kearny 

Dolan Mary Mr?, groceries and liquors, 
NE cor Fulton and Franklin 

l)OLA\ \\ B, importers and .tealers 
fine wines, brandies and Irish whis- 
kies, 145 3d 

Dolbeer & Carson (John Dolbeer and Wil- 
liam Carson), lumber, 22 California 

Doll John W, butcher, 2604 Sutter 

Dolliver & Bro (Thomas and S R Dollivcr 
and S R Church;, shoe manufs goods, 
109 Post 

Domenci Basilo & Co ( Jomenici Nicoletti), 
tailors, 1335 Dupont 

Domestic Sewing Machine Co, John W 
Evans agent, 29 Post 

Domnick Frank, restaurant, 16 Folsom 



Donovan Patrick, liquoi saloon, 992 FcJ 
Donovan Thomas, butcher, 1102 Folsom 
Donovan Timothy, shoe-maker, 13 Mercli 
Donzel Louis, fruits, 543 4th 
Donzelmann Charles F, insurance agent, 

425 Calforira 
Doolan Mary, dressmaker, SW cor 10th 

and Railroad Aves 
Dooley Lucy Mrs, liquor saloon, 54H Miss 
Dooley Patrick, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Hyde ft Bay 
Dooley & Boylan (John Dooley and Ber 
nard Boylan;, liquor saloon, 316 4th 
Doran Charles L, liquor saloon, 773 Mar- 
ket 
Doras F, carriage-painter, 8 3 Broadway 
Doran Qustavue W, gmlvano electro phy- 
sician, 530 O'Farrell 
Doran James, h o r so shoer, 55 Beale 
Doran Joseph, groc eri es and Uqaors, 748 
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Dorcv P, wines and liquors, 112 Dupont 
I)ORE BEX.IA3IIX «& CO 

(Harry E Dore), »team book and job 

printing- house, 512 Sacramento 
Dore Maurice & Co (H A Cobb), auction- 
eers, 410 Pine 
DOBKTY JOSEPH H, manuf 

agent, 120 Sutter 
Doretv M, cigars and tobacco, 106 6th 
DORGEL.OH BROS (Claus and 

Frederick), groceries and liquors, 

1250 Mission 
Dorgeloh Louis, liquor saloon, 130 4th 
Dorler & Hiizinger (Anton Dorler and 

Gottlieb Hiizinger), bootmakers, 317 

4th 
Dorman William F, groceries and liquors, 

1S45 Howard 
Dormer Thomas W, liquor saloon, 420 Pac 
Dornin George D, secretary Firemans 

Fund Insurance Co, 401 California 
Dorr L L, physician and coroner, 118 Dup 
DORKAXCE WILLIAM C, 

propr Burns' Cottage, SE cor 2d and 

Nat on: a 
Doscher George, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Patten and Jackson 
DOSCHER HEXRY, groceries 

and liquors, BW cor O'Farrcll and 

Pierce and SE cor Kiv^s and Natoma 
Doscher John D, liquor saloon, SE cor 

Mission and 1st 
Doscher & Von Bergen (Henry Doscher 

and Ernest Von Bergen), groceries 

and liquors, 1101 McAllister 
Dougherty Dame', wines and liquors, 7 6th 
l)OK,i H ERTY 1)AM EL,, wood 

and coal, 1321 Minna 
DOlftHERTA WILLIAM C 

Deputy Postmaster S F, XW cor 

Washington and Battery 
Doughty John Rev, pastor Xew Jerusa- 
lem Church, re& 1508 Leavenworth 
Douglas Donald M. harnessmaker, S38 

Howard 
Douglas James, boarding, 114 Jackson 
Douglas Thomas, wines and liquors, 444 3d 
Douglas William, stoves, 246 4th 
Douglass Bros (John and Thomas D), 

uroi eries and liquors, 241 Oak 
DOLOLAfSS WILLIAM A 

physician, 1^6 O Fan ell 
Douglass William B, watchmaker, 120 Sut 
Dove & Koth (Joseph A Dove and Jules F 

Roth',, printers. 216 Sansom 
Dots Martin, lamps, etc, 124 2d 
Dowd Dennis, boarding, 625 Davis 
Dowda George W, grain merchant, 202 

California 
Dbwdall Joseph F, plumber, 543 Have 1 * 
Dowe A W, artist, 6 Eddy 
Dowland Sarah Mro, toja and stationery, 

1320 Bush 



Dowl'ng Richard, livery stables, 610 How- 
ard and 621 Grove 
Downey Charlotte Mrs, groceries, 450 

Tehama 
Downing A F & Son ^0 P Downing) whole- 
sale druggists, 14 2d 
Downing Theodore B, manuf s agent, 120 

Sutter 
Downing Thomas, paints, oils, etc, 615 

Mission 
DOYLE BARBER & SCRIP- 
TURE (John T Doyle, Wm Barber 
and Henry D Scripture), attorneys at 
law, 323 California 
Doyle Bros (C A and W H), Japanese 

goods, 4 New Montgomerv 
Doyle Daniel P, furniture, 214 4th 
Doyle Edward H, livery stable, 246 3d 
DOYLE HEXRY & CO (P E 
O'Bryen), commission merchants, 511 
Market 
Doyle John, wines and liquors and con- 
tractor, NW cor Geary and Central Ave 
Doyle John E, coffee saloon, 1648 Mission 
DOYLE JOIIV E. wines and 

liquors, 311 Bush 
Doyle Maurice, horseshoer, 765 Mission 
Doyle PatricK, harness and saddlery, 8 

Taylor 
Doyle Richard, varieties, 534 16th 
Doyle Rody, blacksmith, 820 Folsom 
Doyle Samuel, furnished rooms, 641 

Washington 
Doyle Thomas, blacksmith. S s Point Lo- 

bos Ave near Masonic Ave 

Doyle & Cashman (J C Doyle and D 

('ashman), wines and liquors. 200 3d 

Doyle & Wilson (Robert E Doyle and 

Charles Wilson), ship brokers, 38 Cal 

DRADY DAVID, picture frame 

manuf, 226 4th 
Drady T, merchant tailor, 151 4th 
Drager & Diedericksen (J Drager and C 
Diedericksen),proprs Excelsior Hotel, 
608-610 6th 
Drake Emene P., attorney at law, 609 Sac 
DRAKE GEORGE W. wood and 

coal, India Dock, foot of Battery 
Drake & Emerson (Samuel Drake and 
John A Emerson), commission mer- 
chants, 523 Sansom 
Drathen P, cigars and tobacco, 79 4th 
Drecholer Louis, bootmaker, 947 Brvant 
DRESBACH & CO (William Dres- 
bach and Adin Bullard), commission 
merchants, 316 California 
Drescher Charles, hair-dresser, 535 Geary 
Dre^en Joseph, bakerv. 1012 Pierce 
DREYDEHI PIERRE, fashiona- 

ble tailor, 332 Sutter 
DREYER DIEDERICH. grocer 
ies and liquors, N E cor 20th and Dli- 



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Dreyfus B & Co (E L Goldstein, J Frow- 

enfeld and John J Weglein), Califor- 
nia wines, 521 .Market 
Drevfus Theodore, dyeing and cleaning-, 

*35 6th 
Drevfuss C, liquor saloon, 34 Austin 
DREYFUSS JULIUS, wholesale 

& retail lamrw, oil stoves, etc, 14 Dup 
DRIXK HOUSE JOHX A. 

cigars and tobacco, 22S Front 
Driscoll Brothers (Daniel and James), 

groceries and liquors, 119 4th 
Driscoll Cornelius, bootmaker, Es Mason 

bet Chestnut and Francisco 
Driscoll Cornelius E, baths, E s Powell 

bet Francisco and Bay 
Driscoll M Mrs, fancy goods, 1553 Market 
Driscoll Timothy, wood & coal, 129 Capp 
DROBAZMATTIO, liquor saloon 

NW our Washington and East and 

chop house 503 East 
Droge G F C, varieties, S\V cor Mission 

and 16th 
Drossel Joseph H, druggist, NW cor 

Powell and Jackson 
Drouet H, sausages, 1420 Stockton 
Drouilhat John, billiard table manuf, 

813-815 Montgomery 
Drucker John, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor 6th and Mission 
Druhe John, groceries and liquors, 

1334 Howard 
Drummond k Lemont (R S Drummond 

and G W Lemont), hay, grain, wood 

and coal, Valencia bet 15th and 16th 
DRIRY WILLIAM, tailor, 633 

Kearny 
Dryer C F, livery stable, 1317 Stockton 
DuBois 6c King (J D DuBois and W B 

King) commission merchants, 411 

Washington 
DuBrutz F C M, attorney at law, 234 

Montgomery 
DuCastel Amiel, teacher French, 523 Post 
DuRose Francis F, propr California bed- 
Comforter Factory, 506 Market 
Duane Ballard & Co, produce brokers, 22 

California 
Duane Edward, butcher, 6 Grand Central 

Market 
Dubernet L Mrs, dressmaker, 1615 Dev 
Dubois V, fancy goods, 204 6th 
Dubois & Davison (J Dubois and E Da- 
vison), wines and liquors, o2~> Cal • 
Ducasse August, artificial flowers, 872 

Mission 
DUCATO U. wholesale and retail fish 

dealer, 37 Clay St Market and 21 New 

Metropolitan Market 
Duck E H Mrs, music teacher, 2021 Polk 
DUDtwKOX ^XEAS JI lifting 

jacks and hydraulic presses, . 06 
Minna 



DUDGEON EDWIX. contractor 
and manager Abbots Paving Works, 

22 Montomery 

Dudley & Dudley (A P and E T Dudley), 

attorneys at law, 402 Montgomery 
Duff & Co' (Robert T R Duff), produce 

commission merchant, 316 Davis 
DuffeyJohn, groceries and liquors, 651! 

Mission 
Duffey William, restaurant, 1055 Market 
DunVRC cigars and tobacco, 1284 Mkt 
Duffy Bridget Mrs, groceries, 315 8th 
Duffy Brothers, fish and poultry, 235 6th 
Duffy Bros (J C Duffy), marble works, i 

23 Tyler 

Duffy Brothers (William and M), liquor 

saloon, 631 Merchant 
Duffy Edward, groceries and liquors, 914' 

Sanson) 
Duffy J J, fruits and vegetables, 42 and 

44 ('enter Market 
DUFFY TEREXCE, manuf rustic 

work, 501 Leavenworth 
Dugaa Henry, groceries, 1224 Folsom 
Duggan Edward, liquor saloon, 131 5th 
Duggan Timothy, wood fi coal, 1019 Clay 
Duhart C Mine, dre-smaker, 35 3d 
Duhem C & Co, .,h >tographers, 73^» Matket 
Duhot Euphraise Mrs, laundry, 7S0 1I"\>. 
I)imE\BKK(; CHARLES & 

CO (Charles A C Duisenberg), im- 
porters and commission merchants, 

314 Sacramento 
Duke C Mrs, dressmaker, 521 Taylor 
Dulion Henry J, butcher, SW cor Powell 

and Pacific 
Dulion Leon, butcher, 705 Pacific 
Dulion Leon, wines and liquors. 1031 Dup 
Dumas Lucius, laundry, 2'i 7th 
Dun It G & Co, The Mercantile Agency, 

Jay Lugsdin manager. 320 California 
DUSAYD LOUIS F, attorney at 

law, 7 Montgomery Ave 
DUNBAR LUIS L, dentist, 30 

1* i-t cor Kearny 
Duncan G 1, asphaltum roofers, 

652 Market 
Duncan James, tannery, Brannan bet 8th 

and 9th 
DUNCAX .FOII\ T H, French ranges, 

stoves and tinware, 1188 Mission 

Duncan William, coffee saloon, 113 7th 
Duncan William, borseshoer, 822 I 
Duncan William L, stockbroker, 306 

Mo ntgo mery 
Duncan Willi 1111 T, stockbroker, 312 Pine 
Dundas Dora Mi", dressmaker, 1028J 

Larkin 
DURHAM. ( VKKIUW A CO. 
(B K Dunham, A Carrigan, EW Play- 
ter ami W L M -i ! »rml k), w 
hardware, 107-111 front and 108-112 
Pine 



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Dunham H, whitener, 345 3d 
Dunkel V Mme, dressmaker, 943 Foldom 
Dunker C, meat market, 322 Folsom 
Dunlap A W, physician, 214£ 6th 
Dunlap David L, cigars and tobacco, 21 

Leulesdorff 
Dunlap Hannah Mrs, dressmaker, 1 Wil- 
liam 
Dunlap John, groceries and liquors, 327 

Tehama 
Dunlea William, groceries and liquors, 

631 Grove 
Dun lea vy Jeremiah, harness manuf, 649 

Mission 
Dunmore William, horseshoer, 3 Anna 
Dunn Ambrose C, capitalist, 202 Sanson) 
DunnDa\idE, hair-dresser, 330£ Mont- 
gomery 
Dunn George W, naturalist, 629 Wash 
Dunn Horace D, fishing tackle and lamps, 

405 Front 
Dunn James, carpenter and buiider, 1002 

Montgomery 
Dunn John, carpenter and builder, 312 

Tehama 
Dunn John, groceries and liquors, 718^ 

Stockton 
DUXX JO HX J. pattern and model 

maker, 143 Fremont 
Dunn J P, city and count}- auditor, New 

City Hall 
Dunn John P, provisions, 40 Grand Cen- 
tral Market 
DUXX S W. publisher and bookseller, 

629 Washington 
Dunn Thomas Mrs, dressmaker, 209 

Gouffh 
DOS & B LI CHER, (James 
Dunn and George Blucher), hay, 
grain and feed, NW cor Fillmore and 
Lombard, and 1219 Powell 
Dunne George, boot-fitter, 620 Wash 
Dunne James, blacksmith, 145 Valencia 
Dunne James, bootmaker, 1620 Mission 
Dunne & Davey, (Owen Dunne and H 

Davey), wines and liquors, 309 3d 
Dunnigan Mary, groceries, 326 5th 
Dunnigan Patrick, liquor saloon, 909 

Folsom 
Dunnigan & O'Dea, (P Dunnigan and M 

O'Dea), blacksmiths, 127 Post 
Dunning K M Mrs, dressmaker, 126 Kear 
Dunning Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

253 Clara 
Dunphv Luke, tailor, 2010 Polk 
DUXPHY & HILDKETH, (Wil- 
liam Dunphy and Thomas Hildreth), 
wholesale butchers and cattle deal- 
■""" ers, 533 Kearny 

Dunsmu'r & Diggle, (R. Dunsmuir and 
W H Diggle), proprietor Wellington 
Colliery, (Departure Bay, B C), 620 
East 



DITXTON & SMITH. (Edward 

Dunton and A C Smith), fruits and 

variety, 55 5th 
Dupey & Bowman, (S H Dupey and O C 

Bowman), hay and cattle, 9-11 

Bluxome 
Dupont Otto, hair-dresser, 1419 Octavia 
Dupurat George, tailor, 1218 Larkin 
Dupuy E\i<;ene, pnysician, 317 Stockton 
Dupuy Hattie, hair-dresser, 1023 Market 
Dupuy T Mme, feather cleaner, 739 

Broadway 
Dupuy & Baron, (John Dupuy and 

John Baron), wagon-makers, 630 

Broadwav 
BITRAXD ADRIAK, interpre- 
ter and collector, 604 Merchant 
DURBIX & MEYER (Joseph C 

Durbin and Peter Meyer), saw filers, 

27 Commercial 
' Durbize John, wines and liquors, 326 

Dupont 
J Durein Charles & William, proprs Hum- 
boldt Hotel, 1309-1311 Stockton 
I Durell Peter, lodging, 526 Broadway 
JDuren William H, mining, 318 Pine 
Durhan Charles, groceries and liquor3, 

145 Clara 
Duris John, liquor saloon, 545 1st 
Durkin J M, general broker, 507 Cal 
Durkin P & E, real estate agents, 507 

California 
Durney Isabell Mrs, varieties, 1532 Tyler 
Durroux & Favarel, (J Durroux and L 

Favarel), wines and liquors, 1500 

Polk 
Dutard Hypolite, produce merchant, 217 

Clay 
Dutch William, dentist, 26 Montgomery 
Dutton Henry Jr, hay and grain, 7 Steu- 

art 
Dutton & Withington, (S E Dutton and 

J H Withington), stationers, 306 

California 
Duveneck & Co, (C B Duveneck and Hen 

ry Tietjen), groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Dolores and 17th 
Dwelle Jam^s H, sewing machines, 507£ 

Stevenson 
Dwindle J W, attorney at law, 509 Kear 
Dwinelle Samuel, attorney at law, 8 Mont 

Ave 
Dwyer George, groceries and liquors, 2000 

Dupont 
Dwyer John P, card writer and news 

stand, Palace Hotel 
Dwyer Joseph, physician, 219 Pacific 
Dwyer Michael, fruits, 337 16th 
Dyer A G, brushmaker, 241 7th 
Dyer James S, contractor, 528 Cal 
Dyer J S, liquor saloon, 628 Merchant 
Dyer Martin, tinsmith, 749 Mission 
Dver Wm C & Co, coopers, 1017 Battery 



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Eagan E, boarding, 510 Mission 
Eagan John, wines and liquors, 1129 Fol 
Eagan M J, attorney at law, 22 Mont 
Eagan Richard J, furniture, 807 Howard 
Eagan Thomas J, bakery, 416 Hayes 
Eagle Brass Foundry, Greenberg & Co, 

proprs, 205 Fremont 
Eagle Brewery, William D Smith propr, 

SW cor 14th and Folsom 
Eagle Shirt Factory, M Jacobs & Son 

propr, 20 Sansom 
Eagles & Wild, (John Eagles and Thomas 

Wild), liquor saloon, 602 Mission 
Eagleson & Co, (John G and Robert 

Eagleson), gents' furnishing goods, 4 

-6 Kearny 
Eakins M A, milliner, 24 Kearny 
Eames I B, attorney at law, 39 TJ S Court 

Building 
Eames Manly, cigars and tobacco, 1231 

Market 
Earl D W & Co, (Sisson, Wallace & Co), 

forwarding merchants, 226 California 
Earl John O, mining, 401 California 
Earle John H, liquor saloon, NE cor Clay 

and Drumm 
Eastport Coos Bay Coal Co, 30-31 Merch- 
ants Exchange 
Easterby Rancho Co, M Theodore Kear- 
ney manager, 12 Montgomery 
Eastern Cider Co, D C Mitchell supt, 719 

Bryant 
Eastland Charles, wines and liquors, SW 

cor 3d and Berry 
Eastland Joseph G, capitalise, 604 Com 
EASTMAX IRAXK A CO, 

(M Shannon), book and job printers, 

509 Clay 
Eastman Thomas S, carriage repository, 

46 New Montgomery 
EASTOX HOUSE, John Smith 

propr, 407 and 409 Drumm 
Easton John, cabinetmaker, 261 1st 
EASTOX A CO, (Wendell Easton), 

real estate and house brokers, 22 

Montgomery 
Eaton Charles S, agent Hazelton Bro's 

pianos, 647 Market 
Eaton Isaac F, wood and coal, 3d St 

Wharf and 717 Valencia 
Eaton James M, physician, 314 Hayes 
Eaton L Mrs, dressmaker, 314 Hayes 
Eaton Thomas F, liquor saloon, Ss Point 

Lobos Ave bet Boyce and Parker 

Ave 
Ebbinghausen Henry, groceries and liq- 
uors, 201 3d 
Ebbinghausen Henry & Co, V 'H Lilienthal), 

groceries and provisions, XW cur 21st 

and Mission 



Ebeling & Richter, (Philip Ebeling and 
Adolph Richter), manuf jewelry, 620 
Merchant 
Eber Albert, dry goods, 102 6th 
Ehert Jonas, crockery, 1417 Stockton 
Ebbets Arthur M, coa\ 109—115 Sac 
Eck Adam, bakery, 804 Greenwich 
Eckel A N, physician, 324 Gearv 
Eckford Robert, tailor, 122 Tyler 
Eckle Fred, wines and liquors, 634 Pac 
ECKXEY JOHX !•, propr Spring 

Dale Water Co, 12 Clay 
ECKSTKES ALFRED B, propr 

Dividend Ci°"ar Store, 5 Leidesdorff 
ECKSTEIX A 8CHOEX- 
Bl'RG, (William Eckstein and 
Louis Schoenbnrg), Old Headquarters 
N'W cor Bush and Montgomery 
ECEIPSE BAKERY. Thomas J 
Chadbourne propr, 1412 and 1418 Du 
pont and 214 Sacramento 
Edelmann Joseph, locksmith and machin- 
ist, 721 OFarrell 
Edgar John, bootmaker, 102 Jackson 
Edgerly S A, stationery, 203i Montgom- 
ery Ave 
Edgerton Calvin & Co, (L H Nichols), at- 
torneys at law, 418 California 
Edmonds' M A, Judge Superior Court, 

Citv Hall 
EDMOXDS P A, hair-dresser, 119 

6th 
Edmonds & Taylor, (C W Edmonds and 

Thos Taylor), riygers, 6 Union 
Edmunds James J, butcher, 10O4 Val 
Edouart & Cobb, (Alexander Edouart and 
David Cobb), photographers, 504 
Kearny 
Edwards David, dressmaker, 121 Stockton 
Edwards Ellis, mining secretary, 330 

Pine 
EDW ABBS FRANCIS O, car 
pets and paper-hangings, etc, 628-634 
Clay and 633-639 Merchant 
Edwards George, real estate, 317 Cal 
Edwards George D, mining secretary, 414 

California 
Edwards J G, publisher Coast Review, 320 

California 
EDWARDK, PICKEXS A 
V ELTON (Thomas C Edwards, 
James R Pickens and William Fulton), 
Commercial agency, 401 California 
Edwards R M, optical fancy goods, 325 

Kearny 
Edwards Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Mission and 12th 
Edwards Thomas M, druggist, 900 Kearny 
Edwards William H, bakery, 1502 Folsom 
Edwards \- Co (William Edwards), stock- 
brokers, 303 Pine 
Edwards & Boo (KWand A F), manuf 
jewelers, 61S Merchant 



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Edwards & Stephens (F J Edwards and 

W R Stephens), fish, 33 Center Mar- 
ket 

Efinger Christian, hardware, 623 Pacific 
EGAX WIXMAM, liquor saloon, 

, 39 Valencia 
Egerton Henrj 7 C, mill and mine supplies, 

109 California 

Eggeling Mrs, milliner, 1120 Market 

Eggers Henry, groceries and liquors, 223 

Brannan 
Eggers J F G, liquor saloon, 535 Cal 
Eggers John C, mining, 419 California 
Eggers M Mrs, bakery, 1019 Pacific 
Eggers & Co (George H Eggers and Charles 

N Voigt), wholesale groceries and 

provisions, 208-210 California 
Eggert L L Mrs, teacher music, 25 Tavlor 
EttGERT WILdLIAItt, Niagara 

House Hotel, 724 Mission 
Eggleston A T, manager Wilcox & Gibbs 

Sewing Machine Co, 124 Post 
EGCilYETOX GEOKGE. livery 

and sale stable, 119-121 Jackson 
Ehinger Ernest, liquor saloon, 1501 Mason 
EHLEX JOHN P, groceries and 

liquors, 823 Clay 
EHL.EX & CO (John P Ehlen and 

John C Michaelson), groceries and 

hquors, 813 Washington 
Ehlers Wiechen, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor Kearny and Vallejo, and 19 

Hinckley 
Ehlin A Mrs, embroidery stamper, 1208 

Laikin 
Ehmaan Charles E, photographer, 115 4th 
Ehrenb rg T A, physician, 316 Sutter 
Ehrenpfort William, carpets and oil 

cloths, 14 3rd 
Ehrhorn August, bootmaker, 1220 Larkin 
Ehrhorn Carl, bootmaker, 305 Dupont 
Ehrhorn Edward, bootmaker, 1656 Miss 
Ehrhorn Rudolf, bootmaker, 405£ Turk 
Ehrichs Richard, groceries and liouors, 

SE cor Vallejo and Front 
Ehrlard Adam, clothing, 264 3rd 
Ehrlich James E, stockbroker, 326 Pine 
Ehrman M & Co (Myer Ehrman, Samuel 

Sussman and Jacob Levi), wholesale 

groceis, 104-110 Front 
Eichcnlaub John, liquor saloon, 412 Jack 
Eichers John, physician, 310 Mont A\e 
Eichler Henry, ta'ilor, 7 Turk 
Eickhoff Henry, attorney at law, 432 

Montgomery 
EICKHOFF A GRABER (Jno 

H Eickhoff and J M Graber), poultry, 

fish and game 82-84 Center Market 
EICKHORST FREDERICK. 

liquor saloon, 28 Leidesdorff 
Eickhorst & Lehmus (F Eickhorst and 

John Lehmus), groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Greenwich and Pierce 



Eidenger Edward, merchant tailor, 2239 

Mission 
Eifert Conrad, bootmaker, 7 Sonora 
Einf.ldt Martha Mrs, bakery, 509 Mission 
Einsfeld Peter, hair-dresser, 650 Market 
Einstein & Bernheim, merchants (San 

Buenaventura, Cal), 206 Front 
Eisen Brothers, propr Pioneer and Alta 

Mills, 8-16 Stevenson 
Eisen Theodore A, architect, 120 Sutter 
Eisenbeid Louis, liquor saloon, SW cor 

4th and Jessie 

Eisenberg Adolph, watches, etc, 206 K> ar 

Eisenberg E & Bro (E'kan and Morris 

Eisenberg), manufacturers cigars, 603 

Front 

Eisenberg Isidor, merchant tailor, 139 

Montgomery 
Eisert Charles, bakery, 537 Hayes 
Eisfelder William, insurance agent, 202 

Sansom 
Eitner Rudolf, wood engraver, 629 Clay 
Ekelund E, electro-plater, 620 Merchant 
Elcho House, I H Bass propr, S63i Mar- 
ket 
Elder Brothers (John and James), dry 

goods, 317 Haves 
Elder M J, bakery, 256 1st 
Elder & Dobbie (W J Elder and J B Dob- 

bie), stoves, 606 Clay 
Eldc & Harpster (Scott Elder and J H 
Harpster), wood and coal, NE cor 
Hayes and Buchanan 
Eldredge B G, groceries and provisions, 

17 New Metropolitan Market 
ELDR1UGF. OLIVER, agent 
New York Board of Underwriters, 318 
California 
Electric Pen Writing Co, J G Hilzinger 

manager, 507 California 
ELFELT A R A CO (Augustus 
P. Elicit, Alfred P Elfelt, Solomon 
Goldsmith and Albert A Levi), im- 
porters clothing and gents' furnishing 
goods, 108-110 Sansom 
Elias Rosa Mrs, varieties, 422 3rd 
Eliaser Isaac, watchmaker, 315 Hayes 
Elieau H, manuf jeweler, 20S Sutter 
Ellcnberger C, sausages, 61 Center Mar- 
ket 
Ellenberge Caopar, pork, 3 Mission Mar- 
ket 
E.lenbrock Frederick, groceries and li- 
quors, 1000 McAllister 
Ellinwood Charles N, physician, 715 Clay 
Elliot Charles B, contractor, 417 Kearny 
Elliot Charles G, mining secretary, 327 

Pine 
Elliott Benjamin, foundry facings, 41 

Fremont 
Elliott H C, teamster, 1 Howard 
Elliott Richard, mining, 45 Merchants' 
Exchange 



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ELLIOTT \IXCE\T. groceries, 

provisions, liquors, cigars, tobacco 

and fruit, 143s Pacific and 1900 Lar- 

kin 
Elliott William G, insurance agent, 124 

California 
ELLIOTT WALLACE W & 

CO, engravers, printers and litho- 

grapher.3, 106 Leidesdorff 
Elliott W L, mining secretary, 330 Pine 
Elliott & Co (E J Elliott), wholesale fruits, 

509 Sansom % 

Ellis C A, carpenter, 1053£ Tyler 
Ellis Charles, carpenter, 620 Jones 
Ellis C Mrs, fancy goods, 922 Larkin 
Elllis F P, restaurant, 525 Clay 
Ellis H H, wholesale hay and grain, 21 

Spear 
Ellis John, livery stable, 1219 Pierce 
Ellis John M, hair-dresser, 53 5th 
Ellis Mary A Mrs, bakery, 2006 Mission 
ELLIS S E, fruits, 43 3rd 
Ellis & Co (James Ellis and George W 

Tindal), produce merchants, 500 San 
Ellison Edwin C, boarding, NW cor Fran- 
cisco and Fillmore 
Ellison James, groceries, 335 10th 
Ellon Robert, mining secretary, 310 Pine 
Ellsworth H M & Co (W L Bromley and J 

Tyson), borax refiners, 418 California, 

refinery 417 Chestnut 
Elmer M E Mrs, furnished rooms, 314 

Bush 
Elmers N, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Powell and Greenwich 
Etoesser Leo, printer, 414 Clay 
Elsasser & Krueckel (Charles Elsasser and 

Charles Krueckel \ liquor saloon, SE 

cor 1st and Market 
ELWELL FRAXK, merchant 

tailor, 315 Sutter 
Ely W A, physician, 113 Taylor 
Emanuel Harris, clothing:, 429 Pacific 
Emanuel L & E, furniture manufs, N s 

Berry bet 4th and 5th 
EMBODY OBADUH, capital- 
ist, 232 Montgomery 
Emeric Joseph, capitalist, 621 Sansom 
Emerson D W, manuf boots and shoes, 

77 New Mont and 2508 Mission 
Emmerich Balthasar, hair-dresser, 2610 

Mission 
Emmet C Temple, attorney at law , 224 

Sansom 
Empire Brewery, John Ifarrold propr, N 

s Chestnut bet Powell and Mason, 

depot 179 J ssie 
EMIMBE COAL MIXE & R R 

CO, T M Converse secretary, 103 

Front, Thomas C Pedler agc.it, Steu- 

art St Wharf 
EMPIRE FOlMHtV, Savage & 

Bon proprs, 137-141 Frcinuiit 



EMPIRE BESTAIBA\T, Mark 

Vanoniz k Co proprs, 146 2d 
Endl Ferdinand D, liquor saloon, 1019 

Market 
Endris Christina Mrs, bakery, 776 Folsom 
Engelberg Emil A, bakery and restaurant, 

416 Kearny 
Engelbert Peter H, cigars, 4 4th 
Engelbrecht, Fox & Co (H Engelbrecht 
and Otto Fox), wholesale cigars and 
tobacco, and proprs Pioneer Cigar 
Factory, 312 Front 
Engelmann C, teacher music, 413A Powell 
Engeis William, brass works, SW cor 24th 

and Utah 

E\(a\i:EB OE THE PA- 

CIEIC THE (monthly), J Mo» 

heimer editor and propr, 507 Mont 

EXG1XEERS PACIFIC 

COAST, U S Board, 533 Kearny 

Englander F M, cigarj and tobacco, 214 

Dupont 
Engle & Miller (Volney Engle and Charles 
Miller), groceries and liquors, NTS Hf 
OTarrell and Powell 
EXGLE & SOX (J P Engle and W 
J Engle), lumber and wood, cor Fill- 
more and Francisco 
Engler Benedict, sausages, 213 4th 
Engler German, bakery, 1323 Dupont 
English Ellen Mrs, bakery, 1885 Mission 
English F, teacher music, 2704 Folsom 
English James W, real-estate agent, NW 

cor Folsom and 20th 
English John F, produce merchant, 313 

Davis 
English Joseph M, capitalist, 328 Mont 
E\<.LISII & «'. IRROXK (Wil- 
liam D English and Alfred Gibbons), 
commission merchants, 400 Front 
ENGLISH A LYXtB (Jerome 
English and Peter Lynch), horse- 
Bhoers, 228 Mission 
Ennis Catherine Miss, baker}', 1905 Geary 
Eno Frank, attorney at law," 531 Cal 
Enos John S, attorney at law, 6 Montg> win- 
ery Block 
Enos Joseph L, boarding, 117 Jackson 
Enos Joseph R, dairy, S a Lombard near 

Kearny 
Enquist Alfred A, notary public, 430 

Montgomery 
Enright E P, groceries and liquors, 226 6th 
Enright John, groceries and liquors, 219 

4th 
Enright Patrick, groceries and liquors, 

: Jsom 
i:\ltK.IIT PATRICK, groceries 

and liquon, 1131 Howard 

Enright Thomas, wines and liquors,200 7th 
Enright William & Co, plumbers, 88 Sut- 
ter 
Ensign Samuel N, cigars, 1726 Eddy 



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ENTERPRISE BREWERY, 

Fabian Hiliebrandt & Co proprs, 2017 
Folsom 
ENTERPRISE MILL. D A Mac 

donald & Co proprs, 217-225 Spear 
and 218-226 Steuart 

Ephraim Elias E, attorney at law, 426 
California 

Ephraim Louis, liquor saloon, 1011 Mar- 
ket 

Eppinger John, hair-dresser. 1559 Market 

Eppinger & Co (Jacob and Herman Ep- 
pinger and B Ettlinger), commission 
merchants 31f : California 

EPPSTEIX «fc CO (Samuel Epp- 
stein), commission stock brokers, 304 
Pine, and Eppstein, Cohn & Co, 35- 
37 Broad street. New i r ork 

Equi P V, fruits and vegetables, 616 Broad 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSUR- 
ANCE SOCIETY. William D 
Garland manager, 240 Montgomery 

Erasmy John, butcher, 1921 Bush 

Erbe Adam, hair-dresser, 5 Stockton 

Erenberg Louis, tailor, 3 Trinity 

Ericksen Pehr E, cigars and tobacco, 500 
Kearny 

ERICKSEN SWEN. liquor „aloon 
and restaurant, SW cor Merchant and 
East 

ERLANGER HERMAN, com 
mission merchant, 300 Front 

Ernst P, bootmaker, cor Virginia Ave and 
Mission 

ERNST WILLIAM (Hastedt & 
Ernst), NE cor Clay and Stockton 

Erp Emanuel, clothing, 246 6th 

ERRICKSON JOHN, ship carpen- 
ter and caulker, 15 Howard 

Erringer John R Jr, general agent Penn- 
sylvania R R Co, 208 Montgomery 

Errington John, pro^r Golden Eagle Ho- 
tel, 402 Broadway 

Ertola Biagio, machinist, 1508 Dupont 

E zgraber & Oesting (A Erzgraber and W 
Oesting), dairy produce, 108 Califor- 
nia Market 

Erzoqui Frank, wines and liquors, 649 
Pacific 

Esberg, Bachman & Co (Mendel Esb rg, 
Simon Bachman and Julius Ehrman), 
manufs cigars, 207 Battery 

ESC II E OTTO, merchant, 320 San 

ESCHE & JACOBY (Otto Esche 
and Henry Jacoby), agents Silesian 
Fire Insurance Co (plate glass depart- 
ment), 411 California 

Eschelbach George, cigars and tobacco, 
323 Pacific 

Eschrich Christian, wines and liquors, SW 
cor Bush and Kearny 

ESPINA PEDRO A. writing acad- 
emy, 120 Sutter 



Essman Ernest, fancv goods, 714 Mont 
ESTEE & BO ALT (M M Estce and 
John H Boalt), attorneys at law, 419 
California 
Esten J, physician, 108 Stockton 
Estrada Frederick, candy manuf, 429Kear 
Estrade P, carriage manuf, 708 Battery 
Estreui Joseph, clothing, 34 Kearny 
Etthofer Henry, bootmaker, 602 4th 
Etting William A, hardware, 1108 Market 
Ettinger S, manuf fringes, 105 Post 
Ettlinger S, furniture, 1016 Howard 
Eulcr Phillip J, carriage painter, 843 Har 
Eureka and Palisade R R Co, S P Smith 

secretary, 426 California 
Eureka Brewery, Schweitzer & Bro proprs, 

235 1st 
EUREKA FOUNDRY. Thompson 

Bros proprs, 129 Beale 
Eureka Furniture Factor}-, Andrew Geis- 
haker propr, SW cor Mission and 
Main 
Eureka Hair Factory. M Cahn propr, 416 
Sacramento, factory cor 15th and Do- 
lores 
Eureka Lodgings, David Hutchinson 

propr, 624 Commenial 
EUREKA STONE MANUFAC- 
TURING CO, M Macdonald su- 
perintendent, 306 Montgomery, fac- 
tory 535 Brannan 
Europa Brewery, John Chrest propr, SW 

cor 25th and Nebraska 
European Frescoe Artist's Association, P 

E Richter superintendent, 209 San 
Evain V Mrs, laundry, 801 Bush 
EVAN GEL (The), Rev J T Prior propr, 

25 5th 
Evanno John, hairdresser, 712 Pacific 
EVANS AARON, druggist, NW cor 

Hayes and Laguna 
EVANS A F & CO (J D Jones), im- 
porters, distiller':; agents and com- 
mission merchants. 522 Montgomery 
Evans G A, horseshoer, 308 Main 
Evans John W, agent Domestic and Gro- 
ver & Baker Sewing Machines, 29 
Post 
Evans |01iver P,;judge Superior Court, 

34 Montgomery Block 
Evans West, railroad ties, 10 California 
Evans William, carpenter, 822 Larkin 
Evans W W, milkman, S s Ash Ave bet 

Franklin and Gough 
Evatt Frank B, printer, 311 Pine 
EVENING BULLETIN. S F Bul- 
letin Co propr, NE cor Montgomery 
and Merchant 
EVENING POST, Evening Post 

Publishing Co propis, 500 Mont 
EVEROING J A CO (John Ever- 
ding and A A Duebel), commission 
merchants and starch manufs, 48 Clay 



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Everett Abijah P, commission merchant, 

405 Front 
Everett House, Hugh Fraser propr, 55 2d 
Evere Adolph, cigar manuf, 522 Kearny 
Evers August C, butcher, 399 Vallejo 
Evers Harvey, wines and liquors, 801 Kear 
Evers William, tailor, 620 Merchant 
Everson Wallace, insurance agent, 328 

Montgomery 
Everts John J, upholsterer, 1715 Market 
Ewald Anton, wines and liquors, 338 Bush 
Ewald Theodore, hair-dresser, 1218 Stock 
Ewell James, furniture, 343 6th 
Ewell L J, propr Coso House. 411 Sansom 

and Branch House, 424 Sansom 
Ewing Charles O, optician and school di- 
rector, 120 Sutter 
Ewing John, blacksmith, 856 Howard 
EXAM1XER THE. William S Moss 

& Co publishers, 533-535 Washington 
EXCELSIOR BREWERY, E C 

Slorah propr, 735 Tehama, office 708 

Sansom 
Excelsior Hotel, Drager & Diederichsen 

proprs, 608 6th 
Excelsior Iron Works, D W Gallagher 

propr, 151 Beale 
EXCELSIOR RESTAl'RAXT, 

John H Mentz propr, NE cor Bran- j 

nan and 1st 

EXCELSIOR wixdxill; 
AXI> HORSE POWER 
WORKS, H H Bodwell propr, 211- : 
213 Mission 

Exodius J Madame, clairvoyant, 191 Jes- ! 
sie 

Exotic Gardens, FA Miller propr, S s Mis- 
sion bet 13th and 14th 

Eyre Manuel, attorney at law, 636 Clav 

Eyre & Jones (E E Eye and J H Jones), 
stockbrokers, 320 Pine 

Ezekiel Isaac, crockery, 1403 Stockton 



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Fabkxs E H Miss, dressmaker, 538 Bush 
Fab r Richard, groceries and liquors, 

1929 Fillmore 
Fabry L M, butcher, 545 Hayes 
Fagan E A Mrs, dressmaker," 313 O'Farrell 
Fahrbach & Seidl (C F Fahrbach and Jo- 
seph Seidl), wholesale confectioners, 
405 Davis 
Fahrenkrug Christopher, groceries and 

liquors, 2003 Folsom 
Fahrenkrug William groceries and liq- 
uors, NE cor 7th and Howard 
Fairbanks & Hutchinson (Henry L Hutch- 
inson), Fairbanks Standard Scales, 
417 Market 
Fairchild & Williams (G H FairchiM an.l 
A E Williams), machinists, 31s: Mia 



I airfield Fire Insurance Co (South Nor- 
walk, Conn), A D Smith agent, 310 
California 

FA I RWEATHER JULIAS, 

stationery and music, 542 Hayes 
Falck Bernhard, manuf and retail cigars 
and tobacco, 1204 Market and 5 Tyler 
Falco A, watch casemaker, 614 Merchant 
Falconer John, carpenter, 809 Market 
Falk, Chandler .V Co (N H Falk, G W 
Chandler, George Harrington and J 
C Hawlev), lumber, 128Steuart 
Falk K, liquor saloon, 119 Eddy 
Falke E Charles, liquor saloon, 6 Mission 
Falkenau & Reese (Louis Falkenau and 
Henry W Reese), State assayers, 328 
Montgomery 
FALKEXHAHX FERDI- 

XASD, liquor saloon, 420£ 6th 
Falkenstein A & Co (August Falkenstein), 

Bhiit manufs, 125 Sansom 
Falkenstein & Co (Henry Falkenstein, 
Moses Meyerfeld and C L Heller), 
wholesale cigars and tobacco, NE cor 
Sacramento and Ratterv 
F ALKI\<-II All EBWUI, propr 
Pacific Coast Children's Carriage 
Works, S s 16th bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 
Falkner, Bell & Co (James D Walker, 
Thomas Men* ies and Henry D Har- 
rison), commission merchants, insur- 
ance and wool agents, 430California 
Fallon Edward D, boarding, 135 Folsom 
Fallon & Buckley (Matthew Fallon and 
Christopher A Buckley), proprs Al- 
hambra saloon, 323 Bu^h 
Fancher Anna Mrs, lodgings, 230 Kearny 
Fancort Henry, cigars and tobacco, 640 

Market 
Faneuil Hall Insurance Co (Boston), 

Brown, Craig & Co agents, 215 San 
Fanning Edward, contractor, 320 Chest- 
nut 
Fanning John, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Green and Mason 
Fargo K A A Co (Jerome B Fargo), whole- 
sale liquors, 316 Front 
Farjeon Solomon, printer, 621 Sansom 
Farley George, wines and liquors, 2131 

Mission 
Farley Philip, restaurant, 210 1st 
Fanner Harry W, tailor, 1^7 Jessie 
Farnham ft White (•' H Farnham and C 

G White), shipwrights, 11 Steuart 
Farnlachcr «!t Hinimelstoss (Ada-n Farn- 
lacher and George Hinnnclstoss), 
bakcrv, 1218 Folsom 
FARXSWORTH E ' ■» A SO* 
(Kdward I' Fain-worth), general '"■ 
surance agents, 202 BMlMm 
Farnum C A, wood and coal, 410 Larkin 
Farnuin C E, physician, 052 Mission 



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Farquharson David, pres California Sav- 
ings and Loan Societv, NW cor Pow- 
ell and Eddy 
Farrall Edward, contractor, 633 Market 
Farrand R B, dressmaker, 717 Valencia 
FARRAB R E M JAM IX MS, 
spring-bed and mattrass manuf, 1557 
Market 
Farrell Darnel, liquor saloon, 140 3d 
Farrell J, stock broker, 113 Leidesdorff 
Farreil James, liquor saloon, 458 Natoma 
Farrell James A, wines and liquors, 110 

Berry 
Farrell John, bakery, 442i 3d 
Farrell John, groceries & liquors, 323 4th 
Farrell M, liquor saloon, 523 Mission 
Farrell M I, Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 11 

Kearny 
Farrell Michael, propr Central Pacific Ho- 
tel, 348 4th 
Farrell Peter E, liquor saloon, 448 Val 
Farrell William D, liquor saloon, 162 1st 
Farrell & Gaffney (Michael Farrell and 

John Gaffney), butchers, 432 3d 
Farrell & Meherin (Joseph Farrell and 
Mark M Meherin), horseshoers, NW 
cor Geary and Central Ave 
Farrelly & McGruder (Charles Farrelly 
and Lawrence McGruder), groceries 
and liquors, NWcor 4th and Jessie 
Farren John W, wagonmaker, 121 Beale 
Fass Aaron, tailor, £08 Stockton 
Fass A S, cigars and tobacco, 29 4th 
Fass Jacob, tailor, 603 California 
Fassett N C, speculator, 424 Montgomery 
Fassmann Anton, boots and shoes, 6 3rd 
Faubel Jacob, butcher, 173 16th 
Faubel John, butcher, 2200 Fillmore 
Faubel Phillip, butcher, NE cor Shotwell 

and 20th 
Faulhaber George, locksmith, 23 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
FAISS O A CO, (Gustavus Klein- 
haus), proprs Willows Brewery, SE 
cor Mis -ion and 19th 
Fauss & Brother (Daniel and Henry), 

wines and liquors, 1942 Mission 
Fautsch Francis E, nursery and florist, 

1419 Bush 
Favilla Louis, baker, 1520 Dupont 
FAVOR HIMBAL, physician, 

surgeon and accoucher, 14 Gearv 
FAVORITE IXDEPE.\DE\T 
TOW ROAT, Captain H C Groe- 
per agent, 309 East 
Fawcett & Augsburgh (S Fawcett and 
Frederick Augsburgh), fruit, 69 Cen- 
ter Market 
Fay Andrew, butcher, 2541 Mission 
Fay Caleb T, merchant, 320 Sansom 
Fay Michael, liquor saloon, NW cor 26th 

and Mission 
Fay Phillip S, stock broker, 330 Pine 



Fay Thomas P, furniture, 937 Folsom 
Fay Timothy W, boarding stable, 355 Te 

hama 
| Fay & Co (Andrew Fay and Edward T 

Harris), butchers, 202 Valencia 
Fazzi Richard, fruits, 911 Bryant 
Fear Mary (widow), bakery, 1215 Kearny 
Fearon Mary Mrs, groceries and liquors, 

341 Jessie 
Featherstone Peter, groceries, 17 Zoe 
Fechheimer, Goodkind & Co (Martin S 

Fechheimer (N Y), Henry Goodkind, 

and Henry Kronthal), wholesale 

clothing, 16 Sansom 
FECHHEIMER A STEELE 

(Charles S Fechheimer and William 

A Steele), manufs trunks, valises, etc 

21 Sansom, factory 17th near Folsom 
Feder Isedore, tailor, 907 Larkin 
Feder Louis, commission merchant, 33 

Battery 
Feder M M & Co (A N Levy), wholesale 

gents' furnishing goods, 123 Sansom 
Feder Robert, dry goods, 419 Hayes 
Federal Hotel, Charles Scheggia, 5 Vir- 
ginia Block 
Federlein Bernard, dry goods, 2736 How 
P'ederspiel Louis, laundry, 515J 4th 
Feehan John, groceries and liquors. 144 1st 
Feeley Dennis, propr Oregon Lodging 

House, 641 Commercial 
Feeney J, bootmaker, 1111 Pierce 
Feerick Ann Mrs, furniture, 350 3d 
Fegel Charles, propr New Alaska Hotel, 

619 Pacific 
Fehnemann Lena Mrs, groceries and 

liquors, 2200 Larkin 
Fchrenbach Joseph, bootmaker, 1136 Fol 
Feibush Marcus, scroceries and liquors, 

529 Franklin 
Feig Alexander, furniture, 155 3d 
Feige J H, carpenter, 119 Jessie 
Feige Robert, tailor, 517£ Geary 
Feigenbaum & Co (Benjamin Feigen- 

baum, Louis Schwarzchild and Joseph 

Feigenbaum), toys and fancy goods, 

120 Sansom and 217 Pine 
Feil & Schnittger (L D Feil and H 

Schnittger), groceries and liquors, 

401 Hvde 
FKI.\KER<; «fc MAYER (M S 

Feinberg and M Mayer), commission 

merchants and purchasing agents, 

405 Front 
Feintuch Marcus, watchmaker, 240 Kear 
Feiser F T. blacksmith, 1509 Mission 
FEISTEJL. & GERRARD (F 

Feistel & J Gerrard), chiropodists, 838 

Market 
Felder Franz, liquor saloon, 621 Merch 
F E L I> MAX CHRIST IAX , 

propr The Opera Saloon and Restau- 
rant, 327 Bush 



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Feldman John D, groceries and liquors, 

765 Folsom 
Feldmann L & Co (Louis Feldmann), 

wholesale wood and willow ware, 315 

Sacramento 
Fell J B, fancy goods, 1034 Howard 
Fella J Mrs. dressmaker, 1644 Polk 
Felsing Frederick, butcher. 967 Mission 
Felt J J, real estate, 22 California 
Felton Charles X, capitalist, 40:? Mont 
FELVEY LAWREXCK, cooper, 

106 Market and 3 California 
Fenderich Charles, portrait painter, 125 

Sansom 
Fengelet H, bootmaker, 539 Clay 
Fenkhaiiocn & Braunschweiger (Amendus 

Fenkhausen and Herman Braun- 

Bchweiger), wholesale liquors, 414 

Front • 
Fenn F C, bellows manuf , 162S Mission 
Fenn & Co (John Fenn), shirt factory, 

1505 Market 
Fennel] Denis, saddlery and harness, 522 

Battery 

Fennessy John, boots and shoes, 42 6th 
Fenstermacher Martin, liquor saloon, 537 

5th 
Fenton J J Mrs, employment agency, 31H 

Sutter 

Ferguson John, liquor saloon, 3^4 Cal 
Ferguson Louis C, billiard parlor, 8 Eddj 
Ferguson T H, dentist and school direc- 
tor, 223 Kearny 
Ferguson & Look (Alex S Ferguson and 

Prince H Look), wholesale butchers, 

126 Kearny 
Fern William, liquor saloon, 506 Wash 
Fcrnald Joseph S, stoc": broker, 218 San 
Fernandez Frank, hair-dresser, 213 3d 
FERXAXDEZ P, hats and caps, 

804 Kearny 
Fernande Philip, cigars and tobacco, 306 

Kearny 
Fernau E, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Mary and Xatoma 
Fembach Victor, mining secretory, 327 

Pine 
Ferraioli Lotus, hair-dresser, 13 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Ferraioli v, artist, 6 Eddy 
Fcrral Robert, Judge Superior court. BW 

cor Montgomery and Ja 
Ferrari Salvatore, fish. 86 Clay St Market 
Fcrratti G B, wood and coal. 515 Pacific 
Ferrenbach Otto, butcher, X\V cor Van 

Ness Ave and Market 
FEKKFK H, oculist, aurist and phy- 
sician, 16 Geary 
Ferrie L Mrs, dressmaker, SE cor Union 

and Mason 
Ferrier John S, butcher, 44 Grand Central 

Market 
Ferris David, bootmaker, 623 Merchant 



Ferris D C, mining, 320 Sansom 

Fetsch J, furniture, 271 1st 

Fett Charles, groceries and liquors, 931 
Fblsom 

FETZ JOSEPH, wines and liquors, 
SW cor Geary and Dupont 

Fiala I Mrs, drv goods, 1512 Polk 

F1EL.D A & SOX'S, upholsterers 
tacks, Henry Doyle & Co agents, 511 
Market 

Field X Mrs, cigars and confectioner, X s 
California nr Central Ave 

Field Stephen J, attorney at law, 1 U S 
Court Block 

Field Thomas, artist, 60S Market 

FIEL.OS JAJIES L, mining secre- 
tary, 240 Montgomery 

Fieltz William, groceries' and liquors, 259 
4th 

Fificld William H, attorney at law, 230 
Montgomery 

Fifteenth Avenue Extension Commission- 
ers, 59-60 Merchant's Exchange 

Fifth Avenue Hotel, Lagrave & Barcilles 
nroprs, cor 5th and Railroad Area 

FIFTH STREET FFltM- 
TFREMAXlFAmRIXd; 
CO, Kihn & Rinn proprs, 545-547 5th 

Figaro, (daily), J p Bogardus propr, 532 
Merchant 

Figel Joseph, merchant tailor. 211 Mont 
3, insurance agent, 409 California 

FK«ER RROTHERS, (Joseph & 
Benedict), brush and broom manufs 
and sponge importers, ftc, 61£ S 

Filliott Frank, pork butcher, 123 6th 

FILIPPE T B, teacher of languages, 
120 Sutter 

Finch William G, coffee Baloon, 522 Cal 

FIXC'K CJEOBCrE, importer and 
manuf oi watches, jewelry and silver- 
ware, XW cor Kearny and Geary 

Finck William, groceries and liquors, 
1019 Pacific 

Finck & Gundlach, (Henry Finck & Fred- 
erick Gund lach), candy manufs, 1312 
Impont 

Finigan Bernard, bootmaker, 526 Valencia | 
n Holmes, physician, 622 Clar 

Fink, Kock k Co, fJOhn Fink *' H H 
Kork), li |Uor saloon, 15 Leidesdorfl 

Finkhriner George, crockery, 142'.» Dap 

Finke Henrj . gro erics and liqui 
cor Post and Baker 

HXKES A WIDOW, manuf < al- 
ifornia Champagne, 809 Montgomery 

Finkenstedt Henry, hmrj goods, i;u." 
Stockton 

Finking Richard, tailor, 222 n'Farrell 

Finlej & Dickinson, (RFinley and R Dick- 
inson), butcher*, 5-6 Oalifornia Mkt 

Finn Jam s, groceries and liquors, 1121 
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Finn John F, Judge Superior Court, City 

Hall 
Finnegan John, groceries and liquors, 137 

Hayes 
Finnegan P A, capitalist, 406 Montgomery 
FIRE ASSOCIATION OF 

PHILADELPHIA, Charles A 

Laton agent, 405 California 
Firebaugh H C, attorney at law, 528 Cal 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, George D 

Darnin secretary, 401 California 
F ; rmin John L E, plumber, 224 O'Farrell 
FIRST XATIOXAL (.OIJ) 

RANK OF SAN FRAXCIS 

CO, E D Morgan cashier, 315 Mont 
First Phillip, liquor saloon, 1st Aye near 

Railroad Aye 
First Street House, M Hofmann propr, 66 

1st 
Firth J B, wood and coal, 625 Howard 
Fisch John W, groceries and liquors, 132 

7th 
Fischer Alexander, hair-dresser and baths, 

923 Montgomery 
Fischer Elise Miss, teacher music, 316 

Jones 
Fischer Francis, teacher music, 103 Van 

Ness Ave 
Fischer Frederick, bootmaker, 602 19th 
Fischer Isaac, cigar manuf, 216 Perry 
FISCHER SIGMUX1), manuf 

furniture, bedding, &c, 113 3rd 
Fischer William, boots and shoes, 202 

Montgomery Ave 
FISCHER & WALTER, (Francis 

L Fischer and Otto Walter), propra 

Abend Post Book and Job Printing 

Office, 535 California 
Fish A L & Co, (F H Fish), machinery, 

9-11 1st 
Fish Esther N, dressmaker, 343£ 5th 
FISH J H, wholesale and retail dealer 

Puget Sound and redwood lumber. 

Pier 1 Steuart and SW cor 6th and 

King 
Fish L W Mrs, electro-magnetic healer, 

652 Market 
Fish Nathan, stationery, 60 2nd 
Fishel M, bootmaker, 611 California 
Finher Antone, hair-dresser, 817 Battery 
Fisher Charles C, real estate, 218 Pine 
Fisher George W, mining secretary, 324 

Pine 
FISHER \J H, manuf French and 

German mustard, 509 Commercial 
Fisher L P, advertising agent, 20-21 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Fisher Peter, hair-dresser, 306 4th 
Fisher Samuel, clothing, 134 3d 
Fisher W J & Co, wholesale liquors, 415 

Front 
Fi6her & Co, (Charles A Fisher), hatters, 

9 Montgomery 



Fisherman's Fish Market, NE cor Vallejo 

and Front 
Fisk Asa, note broker, 240 Montgomery 
FISK. Ti I>, secretary, 402 Mont 
FISKE HEXRY G, metal roofer, 

819 Market 
Fiske Henrv M. physician, 652 Market 
FITCH GEORGE Ii, physician, 

surgeon and accoucheur, 14 Geary 
Fitch Henry S, mining, 240 Montgomery 
Fitch Jo*ie Mrs, teacher dress cutting, 

114 Turk 
Fitch Luther E, merchandise broker, 

310-312 Clay 
Fitch Morris, portra't painter, 114 Turk 
Fitch Thad S & Co, real estate agent, 20 

Montgomery 
Fitschem Frederick, butcher, NE cor 11th 

and Railroad Aves 
Fitschen John C, wines and liquors, 305 

California 
Fitschen & Steinkamp, (John C Fitschen 

and Charles Steinkamp), liquor sa- 
loon, SE cor Battery and Sacramento 
Fitter Eibe H, liquor saloon, SW cor 

Jackson and East 
Fitts Edward C, dry goods, 34 4th 
Fitzgerald Bridget Mrs, groceries and 

'iquors, SE cor 5th and Clara 
Fitzgerald Charles, horseshoer, 4 Everett 
Fitzgerald E Mrs, bakery, 4 Turk 
Fitzgerald Edward, druggist, City and 

County Hospital, Potrero Ave bet 

22d and 23d 
Fitzgerald James, groceries, 560 Mission 
Fitzgerald James, groceries and liuuors, 

SW cor Sutter and Devisadero 
Fitzgerald J F, bootmaker, 536 Grove 
Fitzgerald Luke, groceries and l : quors 

223 Perry 
Fitzgerald Mary Miss, coffee saloon, 143 

2nd 
Fitzgerald Patrick, groceries and liquoro, 

525 Mission 
Fitzgerald P D, plumber, 1325^ Vallejo 
Fitzgerald & Conlon, (T Fitzgerald and M 

Conlon), livery stable, 1513-1515 Cal 
Fitzhenry James, liquor saloon, 534 Com 
Fitzhenry & Lawton, (John Fitzhenry and 

John Lawton), plumbers, 502 Hayes 
Fitzpatrick A G, builder, 516 Kearny 
Fitzpatrick Martha, fruits, 134 11th 
Fitzpatrick & O'Brien, (Timothy Fitzpat- 
rick and John O'Brien), groceries, 

106 4th 
Fitzsimmon Patrick, butcher, 1330 Fol 
Fitzsimmons & Alexander, (James Fitz- 

simmons and Richard Alexander), 

wood and coal, 49 Everett 
Fitzsimmons Charles, fruits, 403 Geary 
Fitzsimmons John, bakery. 115 24th 
FliACH JOSEPH, butcher, SW 

cor 17th and Dolores 



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Flagler W, painter, 254 Clementina 
Flaherty John Mrs, shirt raanuf , 32S Bush 
Flahm Mary, dressmaker, 1307 Mission 
FLAXAGAY JAMES B, grocer- 
ies and wholesale liquors, SW cor 

Bryant and Zoe 
Flanagan L G, wood and coal, NW cor 

18th and Folsom 
Flanagan M A, cigars and tobacco, 617 

Montgomery 
Flanagan Michael, groceries and liquors, 

247 3d 
Flanagan & Gallagher, (Thad Flanagan 

and Henrv J Gallagher), undertakers, 

20 5th 
FLAXIftAX PATRICK, dry and 

fancy goods, 150 6h 
Flathmann Claus, wines and liquors, SW 

cor Market and Steuart 
Flatow Philip, druggi-t, 536 Geary 
Flatt C J, stockbroker, 317 Montgomery 
Flavin Martin J, clothing &c. 612-620 Kear 
Fleischauer G, jeweler, 62U Merchant 
Fleischel G, locksmith, 614 California 
Fleischer Wolf, hat manuf, 109 Sansom 
Fleischman Charles, hair-dresser, 315 

Kearny 
Fleischman Jacob, bakery, 443 Valencia 
Fleischman John, hair-dresser, 203 3d 
Fleischman, Sichel & Co, (J Fleischman, 

Julius S ; chel and Louis Wertheimer), 

wholesale hardware, 120 Battery 
Fleming J T, attorney at law, 426 Cal 
Fleming & Stetson, (W A Fleming and J 

W stetson), draymen, 408 Battery 
Flenniken Robert, dry goods, &c, 724 

Montgomery 
Fletcher C A, phvsician, 23 Kearnv 
Fletcher Charles A butcher, 1262 Market 
Fletchf r Hannah, bakerv, 911 Folsom 
FLETCHER & SCITS (J X 

Fletcher and R S Suits), manufs 

whaling rockets, 54-56 Steuart 
Flicourt Edward, hair-dresser, 217 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Flicourt Estelle Miss, dyer and cleaner, 

4 Virginia Block 
Flieler & Kiefer (R Flieler and P Kiefer), 

hair-dressers, 5 Powell 
Flinn Elizabeth Mrs, millinery, 106 3rd 
Flinn P T & Son (James J), hay and 

grain, SW cor 8th and Howard 
Flinn Thomas R, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Mission and 8th 
Flint Augustus P, manager Hartford rire 

Insurance Co, 313 California 
Flint Benjamin, rancher, 320 Sansom 
Flint B P & Co, wool merchants, SW cor 

Battery and Greenwich 
Flint Edgar Mme, magnetic baths, 307 

Mason 
Flint F E, superintendent Potrero and Bay 

View R R Co, cor 4th and Townsend 



FLIXT, PEABOIH & CO (E P 

Flint, George Kellog and W K Flint), 
shipping merchants and proprs Pa- 
cific Barrel and Keg Factory, 40S Cal 
Flint William C, attorney at law, 330 

Pine 
Flood Bernard, tailor, 959£ Mission 
Flood Henry S, commission merchants, 

113 Sansom 
Flood James C & Co (James L Flood), 

capitalists, 7 Nevada Block 
Flood John, lively stable, 823 Folsom 
FLOOI> MICHAEL, Catholic 
bookseller and stationery, S31 Market 
Flood Noah F, attorney at law, 504 Kear 
Flood Patrick, groceries and liquors, 319 

5th 
Flood P B, physician, 833 Howard 
Florence The, Mrs M H Yates proprie- 
tress, NW cor Ellis and Powell 
FLORES TRIXIOAO, saddler 

and bridle-maker, 1010 Kearny 
Floto John H, physician, 402 Kearny 
■.'lournoy & Clarken (George Flournoy 
and Matt Clarken). attorneys at law, 
330 Pine 
Flower L P, carpenter, 811 Filbert 
FLOYD T IV A CO (George L 
Carroll and John Conner), proprs 
Overland and Pioneer Warehouses, 
Pinoeer Wharf, SW cor Battery and 
Filbert 
Floyd & Co (William E Floyd and J J 

Dean), groceries, 12 4th 
Flynn Edmond, wines and liquors, SE cor 

Post and Taylor 
j Flynn Hugh, wood and coal, 856 Howard 
i Flynn James, bootmaker, 44 2nd 
■ Flynn John, wines and liquors, 417 4th 
[Flynn John, wood and coal, 1113 Mission 
\ Flynn Margaret, bakery, 1206 Howard 
\ Flvnn Patrick, butcher, 703 Brannan 
; Flynn k Murphy (Miss M Flynn and Miss 
K K Murphy), diesMnakers, 1601 Polk 
I Foard Lorentz, junk, 3-5 Steuart 
Fogarty James, butcher, 71 Center Mar- 
ket 
Fogarty M T Mrs, fancy goods, 2029 Fill 
Foga'.ty Thomas, liquor saloon, 3 Merch 
Fogarty James, bootmaker, 3 Turk 
Fogel Benjamin; tailor, 907 Ratterv 
M M . EL (iEORGE, clothing, whole- 
sale and retail, 10 Clay 
Foley Dennis, liquor saloon, 825 Folsom 
Foley D J, livery stable, 1810 Powell 
Foley Edmund, groceries and liquors, 1317 

Montgomery 
Foley F k Co, hides, wool, etc, 221 

Drumm 
Foley John, bootmaker, 789 Folsom 
Foley John & Co, produce merchants, 321 

Davis 
Foley M, propr Central Hotel, 217 Broad 



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Folev Michael, bakerv, 11« 7th 
FOLEY WILLIAM M, wines 

and liquors, SW cor 1st and Mission 
Foley & Curler (Thomas Foley and 
Thomas Curler), horseshoers, 5 
Belden 
FOLGER, SCHILLING & CO 
(J A Folger, W H Lamb and A Schill- 
ing), proprs Pioneer Steam Coffee and 
fe Spice Mills, and dealers teas, coffees 

and spices, 101-106 California 
FOLKERS J H A&BROTHEK 
(A H B Folke»s), importers and man- 
ufacturers surg'cal instrum nts and 
dental goods and trusses, 118 Mont 
Follansbee Elizabeth A, physician, 432 

Sutter 
Folly C, teacher music, "612 California 
<J Folsoin Albert, cariiage mak.r, 217 Ellis 
O Fontana Carlo, sausages, 42.1 Broadway 
S-t Fontana J Mrs, 2>eopoiiuai ice cream, 
t2 1433 Polk 

Fontana M J & Co, commission mer- : 

chants, 609 Sansom 
Foorman b F, ditch owner (Calaveras Co), 

70 Montgomery Block 
Fopiano Frank, liquor saloon, E s Mission 
nr 29th 
M FORRES A J, cabinet maker and 
<J contractor, 217 Market 

O Forbes Andrew B, general agent Mutual 
J Life Insurance Coot New York, 214 ! 
J>H Sansom 

<H Forbes Brothers (Alexander Forbes), com- j 
j^ mission merchants, 308 California 

t^ Forbes R, attorney at law, 402 Mont 
ft Ford Bridget, groceries, 138 Sh'pley 
<J'FORI> J R, piesident Mendocino 
O Lumber Co, 40 California 

P3 i Ford M, horse-shoer, 345 10th 
PQ Ford Thomas, horse-shoer, 105 1st 

FOROERER JOSEPH, manuf 
Q galvanized iron cornice.-?, 226 Mission i 

CSJ i FOREST AXTOIXE, consul g.n- 
■~* eral of France, 7U4 "Washington 

£\ Formes Carl, teacher music, 222 Turk 
Formes Laura R Mrs. physician, 222 Turk 
FORREST JAMES M, propr At- 
lantic Straw Woiks, 132 1th 
Forsaith & Dodge (E W Forsaith and L C 
1 odge), wholesale provisions, 325 
Front 
Forster Emma, dressmaker, 1045 Howard 
Forster L Mme, teacher French, 912 Sut 
Forsvth William C, plumber, 1077 Market 
Fortier A Mrs, bakery, 219 Tyler 
Fortmann Frederick, liquor saloon, 323 

Turk 
Fortmann & Co (H Fortmann, L Graber 
and H F Fortmann), proprs Pacific 
Brewery, 267 Tehama 
Foe Brothers (Raymond and Isidore), 
butchers, 1320 Dupontand 821 Pacific 



Fosen Osmer, boarding, 407 Tehama 
Foss & Schoof (Jirs L Foss and D G 

Schoof), manuf neckties, 5 Post 
Foster Gorge, fruit, 324i Broadway 
Foster J G, propr Cliff House, W s Point 

Lobos Avenue nr ocean 
Foster N P, physician, 43 2d 
FOSTER S A CO, wholesale gro- 
cers, and sole agents celebrated con- 
densed eggs, 36 California 
Foster & Son" (Thomas W and Frederick), 

candy manufs, 1035 Market 
Fosto Stephen, florist, 935 Market 
Foulke L M, mining, 320 Sansom 
Fourth Street Hotel, H Landschneider 

propr, 512 4th 
Fouser Charlea, butcher, W s Railroad 

.Ave nr 15th Ave 
FOWLER CHARLES, restau- 
rant and oyster rooms, NE cor Pacific 
and Kearny 
Fowler George' H. druggist, 101 7th 
FOWLER GILBERT V, whole 

sale wood and coal, 413-415 Pacific- 
Fowler M H, druggist, SE cor 6th and 

Harrison 
Fowler William, liquor saloon, 214 Steuart 
Fox A W a Co, stock broker, 324 Mont 
Fox Charles, wines and liquors, 133 Mont 
Fox Charles J, wines and liquors, 620 

Market 
Fox Charles W, stock broker, 439 Cal 
Fox H A, capitalist, 113 Liedesdorff 
Fox Henry L, stock broker, 439 Calif crnia 
Fox Herman B, dentist, 120 4th 
Fox Horatio, carpenter, 708 Folsom 
Fox J If, manager Union Mutual Life In- 
surance Co (Maine). 601 California 
Fox Samuel, hair-dresser, 621 Davis 
FOX «& DILE1 (D C Fox and 
Frank P Duleyj, wood and coal, 1713 
Mission 
FOX A KELLOGG (Charles N 
Fox and M B Kellogg), attorneys at 
law, 530 California 
Foye Ada H Mrs, spiritual medium, 126 

Kearny 
Foye J E, druggist, 2602 Sacramento 
Foye William H, inventor, 126 Kearny 
Frahm H F, baths, foot Hyde 
Frajewski Fr^d, blacksmith, S s Berry- 
bet 4th and 5th 
Framke John Mrs, bakery, S s Point Lo- 
bos Ave bet Wood and Collins 
Francesconi & Maggini (G Francesconi and 

Charles Maggini) fruits, 1102 Clay 
Francfort Georges, propr Petit Journal, 

603 Washington 
Francis Aaron, groceries and liquors, 2101 

Bush 
Francis George G, commission merchant, 

117 Pine 
Francis G G, carpenter, 314 Jackson 



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Francis Samuel, whitener, SW cor Union 

and Powell 
Francis Willard H, glue and shellac mer- 
chant, 117 Pine 
Francis W M, attorney at law, 302 Mont 
Francis, Valentine ft Co (D B Francis, S 
D Valentine and E W Goggin), print- 
ers and engravers, 517 Clay 
Franciscovich Cosmo, liquor saloon, 539 

Jackson 
Franciscovich Matthew, restaurant, tj 4th 
Franck George, paints, oil and glass, 508 

Haves 
I FRAXCK HESRY, liquor saloon, 

108 Sacramento 
FRAXCO AMERICAN PER- 
FUMERY CO, Philip Peck 
manager, Adolph Caiman n chemist, 
120 Sutter 
FRANCO AMERICAN SAV- 
1NQ*B» RANK. George C Perkins 
president, 42*^ Montgomery 
FRANCO & RENNER'T (Charles 
Franco and Frederick Rennert), fur- 
niture and bedding, 1061 Market 
Franconi Louis, notary public, 322 Cal 
Franetta John, liquor saloon, 33 Post 
Frank B, furniture, 1304^ Stockton 
Frank Bros & Co (F A and G P), agricul- 
tural implement.-, 349 Market 
Frank C & Co (M Frank), boots and shoes, 

605 Kearny 
Frank Charles, real estate agent, 509 Cal- 
ifornia 
Frank David, varieties, 531 4th 
Frank Ephraim, clothing, 537 Kearny 
Frank F, whitener, 1302 Powell 
Frank Gusave, stockbroker, 313 Mont 
Frank H, liquor saloon, 1254 Market 
FRANK HEXRY, manuf and deal- 
er bedding, furniture and upholstery 
goods, 212-216 Commercial 
Frank Joseph, bout-maker, 423 Drumm 
Frank N, tailor, 135 Post 
Frank N H, attorney at law, 1-3 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Frank Samuel, stockbroker, 429 Cal 
Frank Samuel J, exchange broker, 413 

( alifornia 
Frank S H, 1-athor and hides, 415 Bat 
FRANK & CARSON (George W 
Frank and John B Carson), attorneys 
at law, 131 Montgomery 
Frank & Co (Jacob J anu 3 II Frank), 
stationery and paper, NTS cor Sacra- 
mento and Sansom 
Franke Rudolph, boot-maker, "> 1 2 V Geary 
Frankel D & Co, manuf cigarettes, 414 Sac 
Frankenberg Joseph, harness-maker, 220 

Drumm 
Frankenburg Bros (M and X), cigar man- 
ufacturers, 114 Dupont 
Frankenburg Julius, physician, 021 Post 



Frankenthal & Co (Jacob Frankenthal 

and Jacob Hergmann), wholesale 

fancy goods, SW cor Battery and Cal 

Frankerchin Emil, jeweler, 620 merchant 

Frankiades D & Co (A Anagnostopulos), 

fruits 1020 market 
Franklin A, pawnbroker, 813 Kearny 
Franklin A, tailor, 205 Pacific 
Franklin David, physician, 137 Mont 
Franklin Epba, fruits, 909 Harrison 
Franklin George, clothing, 571 Davis 
Franklin Hotel, Hugh Curran propr, SE 

cor Sansom and Pacific 
Franklin Joseph, boarding, 105 Clark 
Franklin M & Bro (Joseph), wholesale dry 

goods, 18-20 Battery 
Franklin N J, watches and jewelry, 1106 

Market 
Franklin S S, clothing, 213 Pacific 
Franks & Gray (Fred Franks an<i Edward 

P Gray), stockbrokers, 318 Mont 
Frants James, liquor saloon, SE cor Fill- 
more and Herman 
Frapolli B <fe Co, wholesale liquors, 710 San 
Fraser Charles, boarding, 129 Folsom 
Fraser E J, physician, 221 Powell 
Fraser, Hugh, propr Everett House, 55 

2nd 
Fraser J C, teacher music, 51 Tehama 
Eraser John P. painter, 403 Sutter 
Fratingcr & Noll (A M Fratinger and 

George Noll), cloak and suits, 105 

Kearny 
Frauen Henry H, boot-maker, 542 3d 
Frauenholz Philipp, propr Bavarian Brew- 
ery, X'E cor Montgomery Ave and 

Vallejo 
Frawley Josephine Mrs. dressmaker, 111 

Turk 
Frazee Vitruvius, architect, 137 Mont 
Frazer J William, teacher dancing, 119 

Post 
Frederick Joseph & Co, carpets, 651 

Market 
Free Bros (William and Robert), groceries 

819 Market 
Free Labor Exchange, F Schroeder man- 

ager, 35 « > , Farrell 
FREE PUBUC LIBRARY. A 

Hart librarian. Pacific Hall, X sBush, 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Freeborn J C, capitalist, 804 Commercial 
Freechtle Joseph, harness-mas 

Larkin 
Freeling Peter, bair-dreeaer, 2!s Brannan 
Freelon .1 W, superior judge, SW or 

Montgomery and Jackson 
Freeman G X, physician, 10M Folsom 
IUKKMAX JAKES E surveyor 

and assayer, iu4 Montgomery Block 
Freeman J H, marine surveyor, LS <'al 
Freeman, Smith A <'o (Arthur A Smith), 

commission m rchants, 122 California 



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FBEEMAH «fc BAKER (Leandcr 
Freeman and Isaiah Baker), produce 
dealers, 109, 131 Davis 
FREEMAX & WRITS (Jacob Free- 
man and M J Wrln), plumbing and 
tinware, 326 3d 
Freese A C, stevedore and contractor, 3 
Mission 

FREESE H F, manuf ruching, lace 

goods, etc, 143 3rd 
Frei Andrew, furniture manuf 231-239 
King 

Freiberger Charles, boot-maker, 1504 
Stockton 

Freidenrich David, attorney at law, 426 
California 

Freischs Ma/tin, groceries and liquors, 28 
7th 

Freitag K, clothing, 1125 Mission 

Freling J Mrs, milliner, 310 Sutter 

French Frank J, attorney at law, 528 Cal 
ifornia 

French Hospital, S s Bryant b^t 5th and 
6th 

French John B, livery stable, 919 Tyler 

French Library, 120 Sutter 

French Lucius* butcher, 5 Grand Central 
Market 

French Mutual Aid Society of S F, Alfred 
Rodouan secretary, 729 Montgomery 

French Mutual Benevolent Society, Geo 
Wolff secretary, 510 Jackson 

French Mutual Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, Alfred Rodouan secretary, 
729 Montgomery 

French Saving3 and Loan Society. Gus- 
tave Touchard president. 534 Cal 

French T J & Co (James T Young), gro- 
ceries and provisions, 2331 Mission 

French & Peterson (H C French and A C 
Peterson), physicians, 207 Kearny 

Frese Herman, boot-maker, 327 Dupont 

Fresno Raisin and Fruit Co (Fresno Co), 
E C Masten sec, 22 Nevada Block 

Freud M & Sons, ladies' furnishing goods, 
742 Market 

Frcudenthal J H, fancy goods, 959 Bryant 

Freund & Co (Phillip Freund), wrapping 
paper and stationer", 204 Bush 

Freund & Morgan (William Freund and 
William Morgan, cigar manufs, 769 
Bryant 

Frey William A, music and fancy goods, 
404 Kearny 

Frey & Merkef, (Mrs Wm Frey and Au- 
gust Merkel), bakers, 911 Larkin 

FRICHETTE L.OF1S I>, carpen- 
ter and builder, 106 Washington 

Friday Elizabeth Mrs, bakery, 2309 Bush 

Fried David, hair-dresser, 1595 Turk 

Friedel F, bootmaker, 158 Steuart 

Fri dhofer Eliza Mrs, music teacher, 846 
Folsom 



FRIED H O FER PAUL, patholog' 

ical horseshoer, 263 Clementina 
Friedlander Brothers, (Herman and Sam- 
uel J), hats and caps, 12 Sutter 
Friedlander H, dry goods, 9 Kearny 
Friedlander Si<,nnund, bakery, 321 Union 
FRIED1IAX J S. dealer real estate. 

607 Washington 
Friedman P J, notions, etc, 16 6th 
Friedman R Mrs, crockery, 214 Pacific 
Friedrich Bros, (Charles *G and John G), 

groceries and liquors, SW cor 16th 

and 2nd Ave 
Friedrich Moritz, commission merchant 

309 California 
Frier A, laundry, 528 Hayes 
Frigerio M, cabinetmaker, 804 Stockton 
Frink George W, real estate, 638 Market 
Friot Alfred, dairy produce, 43 Washing 

ton Market 
Frisuis Frederick A, accountant, 33( 

Pine 
Fritch George, agent Steamer Empire, Hi 

Pacific 
Fritsch William, bootmaker, 3253 Missioi 
Fritz Alfred J, wines and liquors, NW co: 

3d and Folsom 
Fritz <fe Kean (A J Fritz and M C Kean) 

plumbers, 130 Gearv 
FRITZ A SHEAR (A G Fritz am 

Samuel Shear), proprs Recrcatioi 

Grounds, SE cor 25th and Folsoni 
Frizelle & Co, (F Frizelle), druggist agent 

216 Kearny 
Frohmann Samuel, boots and shoes, 256 

4th 
FROMM & SCHAEFER (Loui 

Frumm and Charles Schacfer), im 

porters and manufs upholstery trim 

mings, 113 Minna 
Froomberg H, livery stable, 35 Nev 

Montgomery 
Froomberg Henry, furrier, 114 Post an 

cor New Montgomery and Mission 
Froomberg J, auctioneer, 817 Kearny 
Fross M B, tailor, 515 Bush 
Frost Alonzo, liquor saloon, 154 2d 
Frost & Richards (Horatio Frost and Cal 

vin Richards), house-painters, 20 

Post 
Fry J D, capitalist, 419 California 
Fry, Wattles & Co (E M Fry and J ] 

Wattles), stockbrokers, 303 Mont 
Fuchs Charles, teacher music, 1008 Jack 
Fuchs Robert, toys and fancy goods, 141 

Stockton 
Fugazi John F, ticket agent, 1614 Wast 

ington 
Fuhrmann A M, wire worker, 751 Missio 
FlTLoDA RROS «fc CO (H C an 
L R Fulda), proprs Fulda's Plan In 

Mill and California Wine Cooperage 
30-4H Spear 



WHITE Sewing Machines, SAMUEL HILL. 634 Market Street 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. $1.25, $1.50 to $2.00 PER LAY. 



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Fulda L. butcher 

Market 
Fuller Alonzo F, provisions 

Central Market 
Fuller Charles H, dentist, 6 Eddy 
Fuller George H, school furniture, 111 

Minna and 580 Mission 
Fuller Thomas, harness manuf , 312 Jack 
Fuller & Mahoney, house and sign-paint- 
er-. 256 3d 



New Metropolitan Gagliardo & Chichizola (A Gagliardo and 
A Chichizola), groceiies, etc, 7 
Sansom 

GAILHARI) CHARLES, propr 
Gaiihard B I Pine 

GAILHARI) HOTEL (on Euro- 
pean plan), Charles Gaiihard propr, 
507-509 Pine 

Gainev £ M Mrs, dressmaker, 113 3rd 

GALAX CHARLES F, attorney 



Fullerton Cornelius, fruits and vegetables, j at law. >:-j-^-i Montgomery Block 
1819 Hyde Galavotte T, teacher dancing," 1(305 Polk 

Fl'LTOX A L, upholsterer and j Galbraith William, liquor saloon, 759 
dver, 923 Harrison Brannan 

FFLTOX IROX WORKS. GALE J W «£ CO, produce and 
Hincklev, Spiers and Haves proprs, commission merchants, 402 Davis 

213 Fremont and 122-124 Washington 

Fulton James, pay director D S Navy. Gabs J M. liqu< I Merchant 

■434 California | Galinger ft May-: Qalinger and 



FILTOX THEODORE, ABC 



Marcus Mayer), lute: Lrs, 021 Hyde 



House, wines and liquors, MV cor Gall C Miss, ladies' hair-dresser, s!4 Lar 
Kearnv and California kin 

Funcke ft Co (F Funcke and Louis Blase GALLAGHER R E R X A RI) 
ft Co), tanners, 312 San.-om, tannery wagon and truck manuf, 222 II • 



9th nr Brannan 
Funel Louise Madame, milliner, i 
Funk Christian C, saiimaker. 4<> Clay 
Funk Henry, hair-dr--- 
Funke H Richard, ph\sician, 32b' Kearny 
Funkenstein C ft Co, commission mer- 
chant, 32«i Bansom 
Funkenstein Julius, real e-tate. 390 Ban 
Furcate JBx 1 . Lowzenes and 

J Bordenave), wholesale sheep butch- 
ers, 5th Ave nr N 
Furlong &: Mans, au (Thomas X Furlong 



Gallagher Charles, wood and coal, 91", 
18th 

Gallagher I> W, propr Excelsior Iron 
Works. 151 Beale • 

Gallagher Euward, boarding, San Bruno 
Koad bet 2' th and 27th 

GALLAGHER EDWARD II 
house, si.n and ornamental painter. 
. k-on 

GALLAGHER JA1IES & 
SOX (Henry Gallagher), black- 
smiths and wheel' Har 



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and James Man-eau), show-cas.- Gallagher John P, liquor aa.oon, NE cor 
manufs. 823 Market Market and Front 

Furrer Albert, fresco-painter. 12 I setter Gallagher Patrick, fruits, 6-9 Grand Cen- 
Furst Phillip, dry (roods, 1413 St<xkton | traJ Market 

Gallagher Thomas J, attorney at law, 3cZD 

Baneom 
Gallagher William P, boots and shoes. 
2017 Fillmore 
GARIXETT & SHIRLEY (P Gallagher William K, furniture, 20 4th 
Gabinctt and F Shirley), wholesale Gallagher & Co (C J Gallagher and W H 
and retail gam.,- and poultrv dealers, Donaldson), plumbers. 419 Grove 

506 Clay GALLEAXO AVTOXIO. cigar 

Gabler Gustave, sausages. 1412 Polk manur, 802 Montgomery 

Gabriel G. leathers, 637 Washington A, commission merchant, 510 Ba n 

Galli Giovanni, rruit~. 1512 Jiupont 
Galli P. fruits. 44U I 
lee Bros (J H and H), groceries and Galli ,v. Co (J arid Joseph Galli), inachin- 
liquors. 531 1st ■mnicrcial 

Joseph, groceries and liquors, Gallo B ft Co, florists, 246 Sutter 
loir, Kearny GALLOWAY \\ T, tithographen 

Gactj-n Henry, liquor saloon, S s King and engravers, 540 Claj 

nr 4th pin P G, attorney at law, 4u2 Mont- 

Gaffka Ernst, ci^'ar manuf, 443 Push gomery 

Gaffney Michael, liquor saloon, 1900 Polk Gait House, Edward T Stevenson propr 

and 201 2nd M .rkct 

Qagen Michael, wines and Honors, 221 Gahin Martin, groceries and liouors. 314 
Ellis 90a 



>riel J, teacher languages, 711 Hyde 
Isby E H, house-painter, 5lo Market 



FOE FINE UNDERWEAR, S. POPPRR, 233 EEARNY Street 



NEW HOME Sewing Machines, SAMUEL HILL. 634 MARKET. 



w£ GAM [88] GAY 

£5 

n Gama & Kramer (Anton Gama and Jo- Garlick James O, commission merchant, 

M se ph Kramer), liquor saloon, 711 f 10 Bush 

PQ Mission Garlick Simon, tailor, 1622 Mission 

GA^EBEE JAMES, general super- ! Garms Peter, groceries and liquors, 20 
intendent Western Union Telegraph Everett 

Co, 300 Montgomery Garn William, cap manuf, 423 Pine 

$3 GAMBS EERI>EVAX1>. wines Garniss James Ft, insurance agent and 
«3 and liquors, 305 California adjuster, 320 Sansom 

Garnbs H, stockbroker, 3u4 California ' Garnsey Charles A, locksmith, 2005 Miss 
Gander Henrv. hair-dresser, 426 Broad ; Garratt W T, brass foundry, XW cor Fre- 
ftrAlOrOM PETER T, cigars and mont and Natoma 

tobacco, cor Montgomery and Market, GARRETSO\ WIEEEAJI «Sk 
and SE cor Market and 5th CO, publishers, 029 Washington*^ 

Gansl A & J Pollen, bankers, 515 Mont Garrett Francis, bootmaker, XE cor San- 
Gansz M S Mrs, bakery, 1934 Mission som and Pacific 

Gantner John, propr Swiss Hotel, 627 Garrett & Crecgan (James X Garrett and 
Commercial Peter Creegan), commission mer- 

Ganzhorn C, liquor saloon, 643 Clay chants, SE cor Clay and Sansom m 

Garber, Thornton & Bishop (John Gar- Garretty Cecilia, dressmaking, 509 Bryant 
ber, Harry 1 Thornton an.' Thomas Garretty Mary Mrs, groceries. 759 How 
B Bishop), attorneys at law, 327 Pine Garrissere & Stein (P Gai i.-sere and Abe 
-> GARCIA FRAXCIWO, saloon Stein), hair-dressers, 600 Montgomery 

pj and restaurant, 71-- Montgomery Garrity Mary Mrs, groceries, 415 Fifth 

£5 Garcia M E, cigars and tobacco, SW cor Garvey James P, attorney at law, 324 
<r* Washington and Sansom Pi'ne 

,J| : Garcia Jose A. 'manuf cigars, 413 Sac Garvey & Maher (James Garvey and J W 

■v« Gardiner August, liquor saloon, SE cor Maher). 1 cksmiths, 163 New Mont 

^ Clay and Drumm Garwood W T, physician, 225 Dupont 

Pj Gardiner Baldwin, stockbroker, 314 Mont Gas Consumers' Association, F W Ludo- 
Gardiner M V B Mrs. dressmaker. 622£ \ ici secretary. Z02 Bush 

T\ Ellis Gashwiler John W, mining, 327 Pine 

GARDIXER THOMAS. business Gashwiler Simeon F, capital-st, 327 Pine 
manager Journal of Fashion (Oak- Gasque Henry, groceries and liquors, 701 
fe land;, 22 Montgomery O'Farrcll 

- Gardmeyer Dora Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, Gassman Joseph, lodgings, 42> Broadway 
709 Filbert Gassner V, bootmaker, 402 Post 

Gardner George M, liquor saloon, 429 Gately P J, wines and liquor-, 1139 Mar- 

and 707 Davis ket 

Gardner Hcjusp, Xicholas Gardner propr, GATES JAMES H. druggist and 
ill Montgomery apothecary, XW cor New Montgom- 

Gardner Isaac G, vice-president and man- ery and Howard 

ager California Farmers' Mutual Fire Gates J R & Co, wholesale druggists, 417 
Insurance Co, 310 Pine Sansom 

Gardner James H, custom-house broker, Gatto A, wood and coal, 1505 California 

:■ 4 Battery Gaubert Joseph, florist, 604 California 

CtARI)\ER .JAMES W, manager Gaudron Elizabeth Mrs. dressmaker. 235 
The Paoifk- Press 126 Keamv 5th 

g GARDXER \1( HOLAS, propr Gauggel Leo, bootmaker, 181 Minna 

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Gardner House, 814 Montgomery Gauit M Mrs. laundry, 10 I Stockton 

GARDNER A: CO (George M ward- Gausaail Emile A, wines and liquors, 1239 



ner), liquor saloon, 429 Davis Stockton 

JZ^ Gardonowsky E V, physician, 103 Po=t Gauthier E & Co (Eugene Gauthier), 
^h Garfield John Q, whitener, 809 Market stock brokers, 306 Montgomery 

<j Garibaldi Joseph, wines and JiquosS, 525 Gavin John, groceries and liquorsj 21 Xa- 

Union toma 

^j Cariboldi G G, fresco-painter, 023 Powell Gawnc, Makin k Co, commission mer- 

Gariot A Jr. stockbroker, 41^ Mont chants 302 California 

•■■i i>ARIiAXl> 1VJEL.IA3I 1>, man- Gaxiold X, commission merchant, 320 

ager Equitable L.fe Assurance So- ' Sansom 

pfety, 240 Montgomery GAY Clf AREES, general agent, 
" !Garland v & Hough (Laurence Garland and 523 Montgomery 

O James J Hough), groceries and li- Gay J E, propr California Hotel, 210 

C!j quors, 19 01 FiUmore Montgomery Ave | 

ELDREDGE Sewing Machines, SAMUEL HILL, 634 Market St 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 324 and 826 KEABNY STREET. 



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Gave M, bakery, 8W cor 5th Ave and M 
Gaynor John P, architect, 309 California 
Gayou Victorine Miss, dressmaker, 681 
' Mission . 

Gazel Michael Mrs, feather dresser, 612 

California 
Geantit A, butcher, 16 San Francisco 

Market 
Gearon John F, hair-dresser, 1103 How- 
ard 
Gearty James, groceries and liquors, 224 

Clara 
Geary Dennis, groceries and liquors, 326 

Folsom 
Geary St Railroad, XE cor Geary and Bu- 
chanan 
Geddes Charles, architect, 528 California 
Geffaney Peter, boarding, 206 Steuart 
Geggus Frederick, butcher, 1020 Howard 
Gehan Mary, baker v, 1050 Howard 
Gehrels & Lubben (John H Gehrels and 
John Lubben), liquor saloon, SW cur 
Sacramento and Davis 
Gehrenbeck Albert, cigars, 200 Montgom- 
ery Ave 
Gehret Christian, propr The Geneva, 118 

Ellis 
Gehret Sophie LMme, corset manuf, 120 

Ellis 
Gehrig & Luhrmann (George Gehrig and 
Frederick Luhrmann), proprs Mil- 
waukee Brewer}-, 612 7th 
Gehrt H, groceries and liquors, 703 Dup 
Geil H & Bro (Henry and Herman), 
butchers, 25 and 26 Grand Western 
Market 
Geilfuss Henrv, architect, 766 Mission 
GEDIAXX WILLIAM, merchant 

tailor, 509 Montgomery 
Geisendorfer M, varieties, i58 2d 
Geishaker Andrew, propr Eureka Furni- 
ture Factor}', SW cor Miss and Main 
Geistlich William, furnishing goods, 532 3d 
Gelien Robert G, cigar manuf, 315 Davis 
Gellert Brothers (Henry and Jacob M), 

hair-dressers, 212 Bus}! 
Gellert Louis, tailor, 521 Sacramento 
GEVDAK J W, confectioner, 26h 6; h 
Gendotti Andrew, liquor saloon, 440 

Haves 
GEXEKEE MILL CO, PA Camp- 
bell president, Henry Coubrough sec- 
retary, (Sold near Sansom 
Geneva The, Christian Gehret propr, US 

Ellis 
Genslcr C Mrs, ladies' underwear, 328 6th 
Genster Jacob, hair-dresser, 80s Larkin 
GE\TIL ARTIIl'R, hair-dresser, 

706 Pacific 
Genty Amelia Mme, laundry, 524 Bush 
George Henry, inspector gas meters, 531 

Mission 
George John, restaurant, 205 3d 



George P k Co (Christopher Ravena), 

fruits, 735 Broadway 
GEORGE & LOIGHROR- 

OEGH (Julius George and Alexan- 
der H Loughborough), attorneys at 

law, 507 Montgomery 
Geraghty Michael, stationery and fancy 

roods, 1127 Folsom 
GERREK A CO (J B Gerber), boot 

and shoemaker, 1053 Market 
Gerberding A, commission merchant, 214 

California 
GERCKE FREDERICK, propr 

William Tell House, 317 Bush 
Gercke G k W, bakery, 1123 Howard 
Gerhard FC. ba kery , 36 13th 
GERHOW FRED, groceries and 

liquors, 2-4 Mission 
GERICHTEX LOUIS, teacher 

gymnastics', boxing and ftneing, 312 

Post 
Gerichten Ph, perfumery and barbers' 

sundries, 1212 Market 
Gerisch G, carpenter, 15 John 
Gerken Henry, boots and shoes, 416 4th 
Gerken & Wobber (Diedrich Gerken and 

Peter W Wobber), wines and liquors, 

8W cor Spear and Mission 
Gerlach George, physician, 1313 Tyler 
German-American Insurance Co (New 

York), Tom C Grant general agent, 

213 Sansom 
German Fire Insurance Co (Baltimore), 

Philip, Speyer k Co agents, 13 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
German General Benevolent Society, 114 

Dupont 
■ German Hospital, Noe bet 14th and Ridley 
German Hotel, Theodore Dierks propr, 

IS 1st 
GERMAX SAVIVGS AND 

LOAX SOCIETY, L Gottig 

president, 528 California 
Germania Life Insurance Co, Julius Ja- 
cobs agent, 216 Sansom 
Germer John C, butcher, 51 1 Pacific 
GERHOX A «Sfc CO, shingles, 

shakes and ship timber, 113 Mission 
Gerow GC Mrs. corset manuf, 7<»2 Larkin 
GERRISII JI E MRS, wax florist 

and i oint-lace maker, IIS Ellis 
Gerry S E, physician, 640 Washington 
Gerson Nathan, attorney at law, 426 Cal 
Gessen Frederick, cigars, 2 Clay 
Getjengerdea Frederick, coffee house, 31 

O'Farrell 
Getleson 1>, wines and liquors, 795 Mis, 
GetlesonA Landis(B Getleson and G C 

I-Kimlis,, leather and tindin. 

lfarket 
Getz Bro.- k Co (Joseph and Louis Getz), 

commission merchants and mtO\ i- 

sions, 301-308 Front 



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Getz, Levin & Co (B Getz, I Levin, S 
Hirshfeld and S Levin), dairy pro- 
duce, 13-14 Bay City Market 

Getz & Hirshfeld (B Getz and S Hirsh- 
feld), dairy produce, 16-17 Grand 
Central Market 

Geyerswaldt Leo, liquor saloon, 538 Hayes 

G ysel Alois, engraver, 61S California 

Ghio Felix, merchant tailor, 721 Mont 

GH1RARDELLI A DAXZEL 
(Domingo Ghirardelli Senr),importers 
and manufs chocolate, coffee and 
spices, 415-417 Jackson 

Ghiselli Giscondo, tailor, 113 Clark 

Ghisla S, umbreliamaker, 1314 Stockton 

6LIXBOXI X & <JO (CBalza- 
rini, J Cuenin and G Buero), proprs 
Campis Italian Restaurant and agent 
American Steamship and Bed Star 
Line Co's, 531 Clay 

Giampaoli Giovanni & Co, wood and coal, 
910 Stockton 

Giannini Henry G, laundry, 824 Laguna 

Giannini Peter A, importer watches, 109 
Montgomery 

Giannini Joseph, restaurant, 617 Mission 

Giannini & Gianettoni (G Giannini and G 
Gianetfoni), wines and liquors, 229 
Montgomery Ave 

Gianotti Louis & Co (Flammenio Fran- 
c*>8chini), fruits 6<»1 Post 

GIAXT POWDER COMPAXY 
Albert Dibblee president, N Duperu, 
secretary, 10 California, Bandman, 
Nielson & Co agents, 210 Front 

iilUK JA.1IES, wines and liquors, 
617 Merchant 

Gibbes Charles D, civil engineer, 118 
Montgomery Block 

Gibbes J T, surveyor, 100 Montgomery 
Block 

G1RBOX E F, watches, diamonds 
and jewelr}-, 625 Keai ny 

Gibbon John F, physician, 623 Kearny 

Gibbon W R, harness and saddler, 1323 
Polk 

Gibbons Eleanor P Miss, wood engraver, 
606 Montgomery 

Gibbons Henry, physician, 26 Mont 

Gibbons Henry Jr, physician, 26 Mont 

Gibbons William E, physician, SE cor 
Union and Montgomery Ave 

Gibbs Charles E, attorney at law, 8 Mont- 
gomery Ave 

CrlBB C V S. adjuster marine losses 
318 California 

Gibbs George W, Consul Turkey, 33 Fre- 
mont 

Gibbs George W & Co (Fred A Gibbs, Jos- 
eph P Vernon and Edward A Self- 
ridge), ir->n, steel and blacksmiths' 
tools, 33-39 Fremont 

Gibbs R F, sawsmith, 79^ Stevenson 



GIBEAl' I O & BROTHER 

(John), carriage and wagonmakers, 

2944 Mission 
Giblin James, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Zee and Freelon 
Giblin William, bootmaker, 1107 Howard 
Gibson M M Rev, pastor United Presby- 
terian Church, res 803 Guerrero 
Gibson Otis Rev, Chinese Mission, 916 

Washington 
Gibson William, hair-dresser, 1308 Prlk 
Gibson & Preston (Albert W Preston), 

manufs gents' furnishing goods, 218 

Montgomery 
Gies Kilian, hair-dresser, 434 Pacific 
Giese Brothers (C and I Giese), groceries 

and liquors, SE cor Battery and Pac 
Gihon Thomas, engraver, 109 Mont 
Gilbert Alexander, propr Gilbert House, 

822-824 Montgomery 
Gilbert August, confectionery, 410 Hayes 

and 3 Kearnv 
Gilbert House, A*! ex Gilbert propr, 822- 

824 Montgomery 
OIIiBERT M, new and second-hand 

clothing, 243 3d 
Gilbert & Moore (Charles W Gilbert and 

H A Moore), furniture manufs, 219 

Bush, factory 556 Brannan 
Gildemeester John P H, real estate agent, 

621 Sansom 
Giles James W, grain weigher, 302 Davis 
Gilfillan & Hohenschild (J C Gilfillan and 

George Hohenschild), fruits, 33 Cali- 
fornia Market 
Gilfoil John, fruits, NE cor Union and 

Hyde 
Gilfoy John, livery stable, 554-556 Miss 
Gilgen A Mrs, dressmaker, 841 Mission 
Gil'iam Joseph R, piano manuf, 346 7ih 
Gille & Rochrigs (H Gille and G H Roch- 

rigs), trimming manufs, 208 Sutter 
Giller Carl L, ^eal engraver and die sinker, 

43^ Montgomery 
GILLERAK WILJLIAM, im 

porter, wholesale and retail liquor 

dealer, 159 3d 
Gillespie Charles V, searcher records, 522 

California 
GILLESPIEWILLIAMMAR 

TIX, searcher records, conveyancer 

and solicitor U S Land Office, 606 Mont 
Gillet B Mme, laundrv, 645 Post 
Gillett Charles E, mining secretary, 211 

Sansom 
Gilly & Mignon (F Gilly and A Mignon), 

merchant tailors, 421 Montgomery 
Gilman C H, carpenter, 515 Commercial 
Oilman Frank L, house-painter, 422 Com 
Gilman, Waiker & Co (Granville B Gil- 
man, James G Walker and Emanuel 

M Frank), wholesale liquors, SW cor 

California and Front 



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Gfltner F, wood and coal, 1411 Octavia Globe Iron Works, F A Huntington ] 

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(.LOBE MARINE I\S 
Gir. ■ r-i '"J. r_-r. '".:,-.: «■._,.•. I ._•; A~V< E CO. .:: . ' 1 

Yuma), 609 Sansom 
Ginoehio Pktro, wood and coal, SE cor Glotstein Bros (August and George] 
M -- :.' : I- .. -: : --:.-:.: : '.: . _ :? N£ .- ; \-r-r 

Ginty k Btanchard (James Ginty and andlayl'w 

David Blanchani), vines and uquc r- ph. groceries and liquor 

cor Clay and Dopant 
G: .v, ;.-.;-_. :-"r-ir. .:->: . ~ .. .- i __■... . -I .; . - : .":.-. . _•; •_-.r.- ur.l '.: ri .-■ 
cor Brmadway and Kearny 

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and Guise ppe Papero), wood and coal, |i York, Beaton and Chicago). ■ 

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IlGirard Auguste. restaurant. 7C7 Pacific i i .. rr- 7. V... -.--. - r 

(tIRARI) ER\F>T, metal and tional Brewerr, SE cor Fnltoi 

irory turner, 623 Merchant 
NGirard Insurance Co fPhiladelphia), Hm- f,Ll\Z( HRI*TOPHER 

ehinson * Mann agents, 3*3 Cal :,:.: •.: : :..v 

} Guard Leonce, merchandise broker, 214 Gufcbee Ernest, watchmaker, 535 F 

GobeT Frank, wines and liquors, 33 

(,IRARI» LOUIS, boot and shoe Godart Jules, architect, 712 Montgx 

man of , S19 Market Godchaux John, real estate azent 

j Girardm k Dehuc (E Girardin and E Goddard CSark L. dentist, 23 Post 

Dehuc), machinists, 820 Commercial Goddard Guilford, bakery. 914 Yalei 

iGiraodon & Jacquot (Justin Giraudonand Godeus John D. photographer, 34 3i 

Ernest Jacquot), wines and liquors, Godfrey W A H, gents' furnishing f 

229 6th 101-103 2nd 

Giraux A Mme. phvsiofan. 733 McAllister Godor Jose F. attorney at law. 004 3 

MITCHELL JAUF^ M 

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Gleason Patrkk. house merer, 309 Y . 
G'eason Patrick P, zroceries, 1717 Je- 



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G«>ecken H B, bakery. 511 3rd 
324 Pine jlGoedecke P S. butcher, 1322 Dupont 
barles Glad- Goehring Adoiph, artificial fl own m aker, 
and George 419 Xatoma 

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G»?e mh» in H E. butcher. 1103 Lear 
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Goetz Paul, liquor saloon, 533 Pacific 
Goetze Henry, groceries and liquors, 1525 

Webster 
GOFF CHARLES P, attorney at 

law, 606 Montgomery 
OOFF HOUSE, Thomas J Goff 

propr, 319 Bush 
GOFF THOMAS J, propr Goff 

Hou^e, 319 Bush 
Goger Charles, tinsmith, 202 Dupont 
Gohlinghorst George J, liquor saloon, 

1720 Market 
GOLD AXD STOCK TELE- 
GRAPH CO, Geoisre S Ladd 

president, John I Sabin superintend- 
ent, 222 Sansom 
Goldbaum Louis, cigars and tobacco, XE 

cor Market and Kearny 
Goldberg M & Co (Leopold Laenger), pawn 

brokers, 524 Kearny 
Goldberg Solomon, carpets, 933 Market 
GOLDEN CITY BREWERY, 

G Brekle propr, 1431 Pacific 
Golden City Chemical Works, E C Piatt 

secretary, 24 Nevada Block, work's NW 

cor 7th and Townsend 
Golden Eagle Hotel, John Errington 

propr, 402-406 Broadway 
Golden Era, J If Bassett propr, 635 Com 
Golden Gate (The), Thompson & Arper 

proprs, 1406 Turk 
Gold n Gate Brewery, Charles Metzler 

propr, SE cor Greenwich and Mont- 
gomery Ave 
GOLDEN GATE FLOURING 

MILLS. Horace Davis & Co proprs, 

41-49 1st 
Golden Gate Hotel, L J F Schnutenhaus 

propr, 134 4th 
Golden Gate Laundry, May k Bach proprs, 

cor Valencia and 16th, and 310 Dup 
GOLDE\ GATE MUTUAL 

LOAN ASSOCIATION, 320 

Sansom 
Golden Gate Plaster Mills, Lucas & Co 

proprs, 215 Main 
Golden State and Miner's Iron Works, 

Wales L ^almer -iresident, 237 1st 
GOLDEN THOMAS, broom 

manuf, 109 Clay 
Golden Thomas, undertaker, 1248 Market 
Goldfish B, merchant (Santa Rosa), 33 

Battery 
Goldman Isaac W, merchant (J Goldman 

i: Co, Tulare), 209 Sansom 
Goldman Jacob, fruits, SW cor Railroad 

and 14th Aves 
Goldman M, stockbroker, 422 Montgomery 
Go.dman & Son (Isaac A and Louis), dry 

goods, 216 16th 
Goldman J, butcher, 56 Washington Mar- 
ket 
Goldmeyer Louis, butcher, 307 6th 



Goldschmidt Isidor, boots and shoes, 231 
6th 

Goldsmith Bernhard, dry goods, 901 Mar- 
ket 

GOLDSMITH D E, iron turbine 
windmills, 419 Sansom 

Goldsmith Geortre & Co (James Sullivan), 
stoves and tinware, 1411 Polk 

Goldsmith Henrietta, dry goods, 468£ 6th 

Goldsmith Simon, furnishing goods,' 250 
3rd 

GOLDSMITH WILLIAM E & 
SON (Edwin S Goldsmith), card and 
seal engravers, 26 Montgomery 

Goldstein Bros (D and H), coffee "saloon, 
437 Bush 

Goldstein Jacob H, manuf hoopskirts, 125 
Sansom 

GOLDSTEIN A COHN (S Gold- 
stein and H Cohn), wismakers and 
ladies' hair-dressers, 808 "Market 

Goldstone Charles, clothing, 435 Mont 

Goldstone Jacob, dry goods, 902 and 926 
Dupont 

Goldstone Mitchel, general merchandise, 
2 Eattery 

Goldtree Nathan, (Goldtree Brothers San 
Miguil and San Luis Obispo), gram 
merchants, 27 Battery 

Goldwater J & Bro, (Prescott and Ehren- 
berg), merchants. Ill Batter}' 

Goldwater Max, tailor, 134 Folsom 

Golly Ambrose, watchmaker, 301 Mont- 
gomery Ave 

Golly J B & Co, booksellers, etc, 31 Kear 

Golly ft Uhl, (Leon Golly and George 
Uhl), stockbrokers, 429 California 

Gomes Salistreno, boarding, 40 Com 

GOMEZ JUAN E, commission 
merchant, 309 Clay 

Goncahes Manuel, bootmaker, 612 Post 

Gondouin A, liquor saloon, 364 4th 

Good J B, dressmaker, 433 1st 

GOODALL. PERKINS & CO, 
(Chas Goodall, Geo C Perkins and Ed- 
win Goodall), agents Pacific Coast S S 
Co, proprs tug boats and agents 
Spring Valley Water for shipping, 10 
Market 

Goodell C, propr Marlborough House, NW 
cor .Folsom and 2nd 

Goodenough Horse Shoe Co, Connelly, 
Nye ft Co, 177 Jessie 

Goodfellow W S, attorney at law, 531 
Califo-nia 

Goodman Abraham, pawnbroker, 414 
Kearny 

Goodman Marcus, tailor, 255 Perry 

Goodnough A M, pianos and organs, 24 
O'Farrell 

GOODRICH JOHN H. carriage 
and wagon manuf, 110-112 Oregon nr 
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Goodrich Taylor, stoves and ranges, 22 

Geary 
Goodwin C, pork butcher, etc, 15 and 32 

Center Market 
Goodwin J C, dressmaker, 125 7th 
Goodwin M & Co, wholesale liquors, 407 

Battery 
Goodwin & Co, (James P Goodwin and 

George W Britton), furniture manuf, 

319 Pine 
GOODYE ARRUBBER CO. 

(R H Pease Jr and S M Run von), 577 

-579 Market 
Gordan J, gents' furnishing goods, 611 

Montgomery 
Gordan Robert, merchant tailor, S09 Mar- 
ket 

Gordon A S, cooper, 417 Main 
Gordon Charles W, printer, 320 Sansom 
GORDON F Ii, attorney at law, 606 

Montgomery 
Gordon George W, attorney at law, 320 

Sansom 
Gordon James E & Co, wholesale hard- 
ware, 250 Market and 8 Front 
GORUOX A BIRKE, (Samuel A 

Gordon), dealers cigars and tobacco, 

1012 Market 
Gordon & Cory, (Thomas II Gordon and 

B B Cory), livery stable, 1015 Market 
Gordon & D smond, (D J Gordon and T J 

Desmond), fruits, 517 Geary 
Gordon & Haley, (Martin Gordon and Ed- 
ward Halev), wines and liquors, 201 

4th and 17* 9th 
Gorfinkel William, hair-dresser, 412 6th 
Gorham M C, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Jessie and Annie 
Gorman John, liquor saloon, 42 Hayes 
Gorman Mary Mrs, groceries and liquors, 

223 Folsom 
GOSLJ\G GEORGE M, manufa 

agent, commission broker and brush- 
es, 320 Sansom 
Gofclinsky E & Co (George Brownstein), 

nianufs cigars, 221 Battery 
Goes M & Co, (Dominick Roberts), poul- 
try, etc, 510 Sansom 
GOSS A AIEATWEj*. (L Goss and 

H Adams), machine works, 114-116 

Beale 
GOSS A RROIGH, (M Goss and 

Walter Brough), poultry, 23 San 

Francisco Market 
Gossman Anne, fruits, 241 7th 
Gossman G, teacher languages, 2108 Van 

Neas Ave 
Gost Bernard, fancy goods, 212 4th 
Gotta Michel, wood and coal, SE cor Lar- 

kin and Green 
GOTTIG Lj. pres German Savings and 

Loan Society, 528 California 
Gottlieb L, bootmaker, 320 Taylor 



Gottlieb MarKS, tailor, 1^6 Jessie 
Gottschalk C H, watchmaker, 507 Cal 
Gough H Dorsey, attorney at law, SW cor 

Montgomery and Washington 
Gough Margaret Mrs, groceries and liq- 
uors, 1016 Bryant 
Gould C G, carpenter, 322 Jackson 
Gould Charles B, superintendent Market 
St Railway, Ferry Building foot mar- 
ket 
Gould E K, bakery, 1612 Pacific Ave 
Gould William O, manager Pacific Mutual 
Life Insurance Company of California, 
512 California 
Goulet Isidore, merchant tailor, 415 

Montgomery 
Goulette A J & Co, (J O Jephson), printers, 

811 Market 
Gouldstone Davis, notions, 746 Wash 
Gourdon Armand, plumber, 404-\ Geary 
Gourdon Emily, laundry, 513 16th 
Gougeon F X, 'carpenter, 741 Valencia 
Govs Andrew J, manager Eureka Grain 
"Warehouse, NW cor Montgomery and 
Chestnut 
Gove David M, druggist. 240S California 
Gower & Gilman, (S J Gower and C H 
Gilman), proprs Pacific Bonded and 
Free Warehouses, NE cor Broadway 
and Battery 
Gov Laurent, watchmaker, 339 Bush 
Goyhcneix Pierre Mine, laundry, 143 9th 
Graaff Julius S, attorney at law, 234 Mont 
Graaff Samuel, pawnbroker, 214 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Gracchi & Baglietto, (G B Gracchi and G 

B Baglietto), boat builders, 5 Vallejo 
Grace Henry S, machinist, 3003 Mission 
Grace John, horseshoer, 1108 Howard 
Grace Julia Mrs, furniture, 333 Harrison 
GRACE J TV, consul Peru and Uru- 
guay, 40 California 
GRACE .1 T* A CO, (John W Grace 
and James F Chapman), shipping 
and commission merchants 40 Cal 
Gracicr Frank, wood working machinery, 

213 Mission 
Gradwohl Abraham, dry goods, 73 4th 
(.KADWOHLX& CO. (M Co- 
hen and L Zimmerman.) wholesale 
and retail butchers, 1142 Market 
Gradwold M & H, (Morris and Henry), 

butchers, 1239 Folsom and 525j 4th 
Gradv M E, butcher, 613 Post 
Graef & Smith. (Carl s Graef and K M 

Smith), attorneys at law, 623 Com 
Qraefner Mark, liquor saloon, ^04 4th 
Oral George, cigars and tobacco, 15 

Leideeuorfl 
Graf Jacob, watchmaker, 816 Kcarnv 
Graff A, bakery, 722 Lombard 
Graham House, W G Graham propr, 1104 
Market 



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Graham James Mrs, propr Creedmoor 
House, 1122i Larkin 

Graham John P, groceries and liquors, 
20th near Alabama 

Graham, Lincoln & Daniels, (Thomas A 
Graham, George S Lincoln and Wm T 
Daniels), wood and coal, 313 Gough 

Graham M A, machinist, 23 Stevenson 

Graham W G, propr Graham House, 1104 
Market 

Graham & Lincoln, (Thomas A Graham 
and George S Lincoln), groceries, 401 
Hayes 

Gramlich S, bakery, 245 3rd 

Grand Arcade Market, E s 6th bet Shipley 
and Clara 

Grand Central Hotel, George Kuhn propr, 
957-959 Market 

Grand Central Market, S s Market bet 5th 

and 6th 
(.RAM) HOTEL., SE cor Market 
and New Mont 

Grand Opera House, N s Mission bet 3rd 
and 4th 

Grand Western Market, 1334-1340 Bush 

Grandi Marietta, midwife, 504 Fnion 

Grandjeon Charles, engiaver, 208 Sutter 

Graneist & Christian, (Otto Graneist and 
Jacob Christian), liquor saloon, 301 Cal 

Graner & Strohl (Chas Graner and P Strohl) 
propr Hansa Hotel, 429 Bush 

Graney George P, horseshoer, 13 Belden 

Granfield &Hynes, ("William Granfield and 
M Hynes), wood and coal, 1040 How 

Grange Xuma, wholesele liquors, 711 San 

Granger William, ruining secretary, 211 
Sansom 

GKAXGERS' BAXX OF CAL- 
IFORNIA, Frank McMullen sec- 
retary, NE cor California and Davis 

GRAXOERS BFS1XESS AS- 
SOCIATION. Amos Adams secv, 
106 Davis 

Granniss G W, capitalist and agent heirs 
H W Hallcck, 42 Montgomery Block 

Grant D W & Co, commission merchants, 
111 Washington 

tJRAXT FRAXH, dealer in laurel 
timber, ship knees and butchers' 
blocks, 18-20 Spear 

Grant George W, shipsmith, 133 Spear 

Grant John, marble works, 129 Town- 
send 

Grant John G, bakery, 510 4th 

Grant Mary Mrs, groceries and liquors, SE 
cor 15th and Minna 

Grant M W Mrs, bakery, SE cor Francisco 
and Mason, and 435 Greenwich 

Grant Robert C, plumber, 1730 Market 

Grant Tom C, insurance agent, 213 San 

GRAXT A SMITH, (Alfred N 
Grant and Robert Smith), hay and 
grain, 1141-1143 Market 



Granz Herman, cabinetmaker, 617 Bran 
Grass Frederick, boots and shoes, 8 and 

Uk 4th 
Grasselly Eugene, laundry, 916 Powell 
Grasshoff F, carpenter, 1510 Powell 
Graul Frank, bootmaker, 1808 Market and 

491 Haight 
GRATE B & CO. (W Xewald), car- 
riage and wagon makers, 421-423 Pac 
Graver George E, liquor saloon, 425 Pac 
Graves A B Mrs, bakery, E s Devisadero 

nr Bush 
Grav s Hiram T, sec Masonic Savings and 

Loan Bank, 6 Post 
Graves O F, wharf builder, 24 Folsom 
GRAVES WALKER C, attorney 

at law, 320 Sansom 
Graves W J & Wm, attorneys at law, 230 

Montgomery 
Graves William H, merchant, 310 Pine 
Graviers A, fruit dealer, 28 San Francisco 

Market 
Gravin & Potter (Thomas M Gravin and 
Lyman W Potter), managers The Oc- 
cident Correspondent Bureau, 317 
Pine 
Gray A Mrs, lodgings, 136 6th 
Gray J D, bronze monuments, 23 5th 
Gray Mathias, pianos, music, etc, 117 Post 
Gray M L Mrs, dressmaker, 128 6th 
Gray N & Co (C S Wright and J A Camp- 
bell), undertakers, 641 Sacramento 
Gray Peter J Rev, pastor St Patrick's 

Cathedral, 744 Mission 
Gray William, varieties and liquors, SE 

cor 22d and Folsom 
GRAY & HATEX (Giles H Gray 
and James M Haven), attorneys at 
law, 530 California 
Grayson George W, capitalist, 327 Pine 
GREATHOISE & RLAXD- 
IXG (C R Greathouse and Gordon 
Blanding), attorneys at law, 324 Pine 
Greeley t W, Oakland express, 3 Market 
Greely & Connell (James Greely and 
James Connell), horseshoers, 108 
Jessie 
Green A F & Co (Julius C Green), Millbrae 
Dairy, S s Ash Ave bet Franklin and 
Gough 
Green Annie, millinery, 1003 Mission 
Green A T, commission merchant, 204 

California 
Green Edmund, mining, 314 Montgomery 
Green George, chimney sweeper, 1419 

Bush 
Green George W B, wines and liquors, 38 

6th 
Green Harris J, clothing, 505 Davis 
Green James J, mining, 328 Montgomery 
Green John C, coffee saloon, 8 Jackson 
Green Morris, boots and shoes, 810 Va- 
lencia 



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Green Thomas, physician, 10 3rd 
Green-Tree House, Louis Lang propr, 20 

Page 
Green T \V & Co, fruits, SE cor 22d and 

Sho well 
Green William, furniture, 211 Ellis 
Green "William, rigger, 26 Howard 
Green & Foley (W H Green and Patrick 

Foley), wines and liquors, 246 3rd 
Green & Seiler (Louis Green and David 

Seiler), manuf boys' clothing, 889 Mkt 
Greenbaum L & Co (Louis Greenbaum), 

stockbrokers, 306 Montgomery 
GREEXBAIM, SACHS A 

FREEMAX (Moses Greenbaum, 

Isaac Sachs and Emanuel 8 Freeman), 

importers and manufs men's furnish- 
ing goods, 23-25 Sutter and 524-526 

Market 
Greenberg Henry, real-estate agent, 306 

Montgomery 
Greenberg & Co (Morris Greenberg), 

propr Eagle Brass Foundry, 205 Fre 
Greene John E, liquor saloon, 222 4th 
Greene Michael F, groceries and liquors, 

500 Fell 
Greene Thomas, wood and coal, 242 7th 
Greene & Co (Harry A Greene), stock- 
brokers, 314 Montgomery 
Greenebaum, Helbing& Co(Jaeob Greene- 

baum, August Helbing and Kmanuel 

Straus), stockbrokers, 232 Mont 
Greenebaum & Co (Jacob Greenebaum, 

Henry Cohn and John P. Luther), 

auctioneers, 115 Rush 
GKEEXHALMI JOHX H. 

plumber and gasfitter, 6 Broadway 
Greenman J F, mining, 320 Sansom 
Greenough C C, coffee saloon, >31 Kearny 
Greenwood G, liquor saloon, 124 5th 
Greenwood Henry, butcher, 1729 Market 
Greenwood Lawrence, furniture, 24 4th 
Greg & Co (Francis G teg and J E Brophy), 

sawdust. 410 Main 
Gregoire Louis & Co (Payot Upham & 

Co), booksellers and stationers, 612 

Washington 
GREGORY H P A CO, Pacific 

Machinery Depot, SW cor California 

and Market 
OREIE & ARJIAXX (John Greif 

and Edward Annum), hair-dressers 

and baths, 636 Washington 
Greiner F, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

6th and Jessie 
Grelis John W, liquor saloon, 208 Bush 
Grell Frederick, liquor saloon, 562 Bran 
Greninger Daniel, plumber, 542 4th 
GREXXAX JOHN manager Bay 

City Soda Water Co, 110-112 Tyler 
Grentz Joseph, tailor, 1819 Pacific 
Grenz Charles, coffee saloon, NE cor 6th 

and Clementina 



! Greset Leopold, nursery, cor Franklin 

and Filbert 
Grey Cyril V, attorney at law, 6 n 4 Merch 
Gries Frederick, liquor saloon, NE cor 

Beale and Howard 
Gricsensrer K, stockbroker, 503 California 
Griffin John D, boatbuilder, 239 Steuart 
Griffin Michael, groceries and liquors, 640 

Fulton 
GRIFFIXMK'HAELS, liquor 

saloon. BE cor Geary and Brodenck 
Griffin & Co (L S Griffin), manufs' agent, 

406 Front 
Griffith E Miss, corset manuf, 412 Geary 
Griffith Edgar M, physician, SE cor Union 

and Montgomery Ave 
GRIFFITH MaXXJBM, manager 

tug boats Goodall, Perkins &l Co, 10 

Mavk«t 
Griffiths Allen, dentist, 142* 4th 
I Griffiths David T, propr Wrights' Hotel, 

2is Broadway 
Griffiths John H, mining secretary, 417 

California 
' Grim A K, mining, 331 Montgomery 
Grimes George C, >hoemaker, S03 Folsom 
Grimm Adam, hair-dre-ser, 17 Mont 
Grimm Adolph, plumber, 230 Mont Ave 
Grimm Frederick William, liquor saloon, 

775 Market 
GB1HH HEXRY, propr Arion 

Halle. NE cor Sutter and Kearny 
Grinbaum M S k Co (Morris S Grinbaum 

and Morris Louisson), commission 

merchants, 214 California 
Grisar E & Co (George Abbot), proprs S 

F Wool Warehouse, SW cor Townsend 

and 5th 
Griselle E Miss, phvsician, 432 Sutter 
Griswold W F, dentist, 906 Market 
Griswold W N, physician, 116 Eddy 
Griswold & Berry (JobWi Griswold and 

John Berry), carriage-painters, S37 

Folsom 
Groban Henry, coffee saloon, SW cor 10th 

and Railroad Aves 
MMM E R S- PROTECTIVE 

I'XIOX, M Leisen secretary, 909 

Market 
Grodhaus C Mrs, fancy work, 30 Franklin 
Groeper Gustav, liquor saloon, lfl Market 
GROEPER H C (APT, agent 

Independent Tow Boat Favorite, 309 

East 
Groezinger Gottloh, wholesale California 

wines and brandies, NW eor Pine and 

Battery 
Groffman Charles B, tinsihith, "> day 
Qrogan Alexander B, capitalist, 70;. Ban 
Grogan M T, horseshoer, 888 Geary 
<-ROGAX A AX^TETT rrho,na> 

Orogan and Antoine Anatetti propn 

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Gros Alfred, druggist, 700 Washington 

and 111 Dupont 
(iROSBAl'ER JOH\, liquor sa- 
loon, 2-4 Leidesdorff 
Grosbauer John F, groceries and liquors, 

245 Fell 
GRO^ A P, millwright and manuf 

mill supplies, 51 Fremont 
Gross David, merchant (New Tacoma, 

W T), 103 Sansom 
Gross Frank W, clerk Supreme Court, 640 

Clay 
Gross G, physician, 319 Kearny 
Gross Philip, tailor, 529 Montgomerv Ave 
Grosse Elkan. bootmaker, 406 Jackson 
Grossetta Martin, coffee saloon, 527 Com 
Grossini U, marble works, 1049 Market 
Grossman Marks, glazier, 517 California 
Grosso Constantino, blacksmith, 31 Clark 
Grote H F, groceries, NE cor Geary and 

P>roderick 
Groth David, groceries and liquors, 1900 

Sutter 
Groth & Eggers (C H Groth and H F 
Eggers), groceries and liquors, 534 
O'Farrell 
Grove H, bootmakr, 22 Stockton 
Grover S B, carpenter, 161 7 California 
Groves R M, capitalist, 406 Montgomery 
Grube Max, stationery, 340 3rd 
Gruber Adam, butcher, 400 Union 
Gruber Joseph, furniture, 1237 Mission 
GRUEX & VOGELSAXG (Julius 
Gruen and Max Vogelsang), proprs 
New York Schooner Saloon, 142 4th, 
and St Louis Casino, 215 3d 
Gruenhagen C H, wire worker, 669 Miss 
Grundel Frank, liquor saloon, 77 Stev 
GRUXHEL, JUL.IUS €J, ivory- 
turner, 811£ Market 
Grundies John, restaurant, 17 Pacific 
Gruner Frank Jr, watchmaker, 848 Wash 
Guadagno L, hair-dresser, 630 Broadway 
Guallard Petro, groceries, 1426 Dupont' 
Guardian Assurance Co (London), Bal- 
four, Guthrie & Co agents, 316 Cal 
Gubrolo Francisco, tailor, 611 Vallejo 
GUDEHUS CHRISTIAN, liquor 

saloon, SE cor Com and Drumm 
Gudehus F, groceries and liquors, 316 

Dupont 
Guedet E F, fish, 1515 Dupont 
Guenin Felix, baker, 1510 Dupont, rear 
Guerimand Alphons Mme, florist, 522 

Bush 
GUERIX .IOHX, wood and coal, 

412 O'Farrell 
Guerin Michael, boots and shoes, 315 

Bush 
Guess M Mrs, nurse, 3715 Leavenworth 
Guichet Francois, sausages, etc, 232 4th 
Guide (The), Guide Publishing Co proprs 
521 Clay 



Guide Publishing Co, Robert Day secre- 
tary, 521 Clay 

Guierolo Giovanni, fruits, 543 4th 

Guio-nard John, jeweler, 5 6th 

CJUICiiXJE € -DE, agent Comptoir d' 
Escompte de Paris, 401 California 

Guilfovle J J, harnessmaker, 2937 Miss 

GUIX.JLAUME HOTEL., Martin 
& Rambaud proprs, 721 Pacific 

Guillie Nicholas, .odgings, 438 Broadway 

GIJIJLJLET CIIARJLES, confection- 
er, 206 2d 

Guinasso L#uis & G, wood and coal, 50S 
Green 

Guinaw John, dressmaker, 320 16th 

Guittard E & Co, (V Ray), coffee, spices, 
&c, 405-407 Sansom" 

Gulf of California Navigation is, Express 
Co, 323 California 

Gullixson Henry F & Co (Henry A, Emil 
S, and Hans Gullixson), carpets and 
upholstering goods, 630 Market 

GUJIP S & ii, manufs and importers 
mirrors, window cornices, &c, 581-583 
Markc 

GUJIPERTZ & SPAMER, (Ja- 
cob Gumpertz and Henr3 T C Spamer), 
decorators in fresco, 341 Bush 

GUXDLACH J & CO, (Charles 
Bundschu), wholesale liquor dealers, 
and wholesale dealers and producers 
California wines and brandies, SE cor 
Market and 2d 

Gundlach Jacob G, liquor saloon, 607 
Washington 

GUXX HUGH, meat market 717 
Howard 

Gunn Stephen, upholsterer, 761 Folsom 

Gunn William J, real estate agent, 410 
Montgomery 

Gunn & Medland, (Charles Gunn and 
Harry Medland), laundry, 948 Fol 

Gunnison Albert R, agent Commercial 
Insurance Co of California, 405 Cal 

Gunnison & Booth, (A J Gunnison and A 
G Booth), attorneys at law, 325 Mont 

Gunst M A, cigars and tobacco, 211 Hear 

Gunter August, groceries and liquors, 
NW cor Fillmore and Herman 

Gurnee C, attorney at law, 306 Pine 

Gurnett A G & Co,' stock brokers, 310 Cal 
ifornia 

Gusmani S, fish, 405 Merchant 

Gutberlet Joseph, bootmaker, 546 Wash 

Gutierrez Candido, mining, 402 Mont 

GUTTE I. (Isidor and Julius Gutte), 
commission merchants, 307 California 

GUTTE & FRA\R, (I Gutte and 
W Frank), general agents Hamburg- 
Magdeburg Fire Insurance Co of 
Hamburg, and Magdeburg General 
Insurance Co of Magdeburg (Marine), 
307 California 



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Guttman Samuel, embossed slipper 

manuf, 522 Pacific 
GISI\ & 3IOIiIlS. (Albert Gysin 

and Albert L Mollis), stoves and tin- 
ware, 106 Jackson . 



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music typographer, 
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Hayans George \Y, 
" 682 Clay 

Hagedorn Frederick 
997 Market 

Hageman William, liquor saloon, < 
chant 

Hageman A Haquette, (G Hageman and 
Ernest Haquette), wines and liquors, 
."> Kearny, 5 Dupont and 12 Geary 

Hagemanii Charles, butcher, 1117 Mission 

Hagemann F & Co, (F Hagemann Jr, J A 
Schaertcer and estate H Spr 
Albany Brewery, 71—75 Everett 

Hagemann Phillip, bakery, 820 5th 



Haar L & Co, (A Hagedorn), groceries 
and liquors, 321 Bryant 

Haake Charles, oyster saloon, 337 Bush 

Haake & Diedrichs, (Louis Haake and 
Herman Diedrichs), groceries and li- 
quors, 341 Eddy 

Haar >m Gerdes. (Hy Haar and Jakob Gcr- Hagen John J. tailor, i>39 Valencia 

des), wines and liquors. 501 Dupont Hagenow L Mme, ladies' physician, 1221 

HAAS BROS. (Charles A, Kalman Mission 

and William), wholesale groceries and Hager George, wines and liquors, 605 
provisions, 102 California Commercia] 

Haas George & Co, (George Haas and Hagerlie & SchaUansky, (Anton Hagerlie 
William Gruenhagen), candy manufs, 
20 Kearny 

HAAS €J F ST A VIS, surgeon d.n- 
tist, 132 6th 

Haas J, wines and liquors. 617 Kearny 

Haas Julius, physician, 305 Kearny 

Haas Morris, tailor, 802 Larkin 

HAASE HERMAX. liquor saloons, 
cor Harrison and Spear and cor Bry- 
ant and Spear 

Haber Ferdinand A, stock broker. 421 Cal 

Haberecht William, hair-dress r, 1432 Cal 

Habergarten Joseph, wines and liquors, 
206 Dupont 

HABEKL1\(;.I C, wholesale and 



and Franz S. hallanskv), restaurant, 

33H East 
Hagerty Johanna, (widow), bakery, 309 

Minna 
Hagerty John, p ! eater. 9 Geary 
Hagernp F C, -ilk dyer, 14> 3rd 
Haggin Joeepb B, physician, 23". Kearny 
Haggin Lnui< T, attorney at law, 47 Ne- 
vada Block 
Haggin & Tevis, (J B Haggin and Lloyd 

Tevi-). capitalist, 50 Nevada Block 
Hairier & Keuerleber, (J Hagler and G 

Keuerleber), wines and liqni • 

Kearny 
Hagman John, merchant tailor. 227 Mont 
retail wines and liquors, 110 Dupont I 1IA(«VE .IA1IFS 1>, mining engi- 



Hacb Charles, wines and liquors, 914 Mar 

ket 
Hachmeister Charles, fruit, 41S 3d 
Hack & B"g<_ r s, (George Hack and Samuel 
Boggs), liquor saloon, XE cor Green- 
wich ami Stciner 
Hacke Christoph, groceries and liquors, 

S10 Sacramento 
Hacker B. candy manuf, 912 Market and 

128 3rd 
HACKETT «St DEAX. (Frank M 
Hackett and Charles O Dean-, den- 
tists, 126 Kearny 
Hackmeir Adam, propr" Hackmeir's Ho- 
tel, 512 Bosh 
Hadley 1) L, wood and cal, 1704 Eddy 
Hadley Walt r, hair-dresser, 262 3rd 
Haesloop & Holler i Richard Haesloop and 
Frederick F Holler), boarding, NE 
cor Jackson and Dramm 
Haffner c; W, engraver metals. 9 Gear; 
Haft E F, attorney at law, 507 Mont 
IIA4.W JAMES, wood and coal, 

42!) 3rd 
Hagan John, wholesale fruit. 421 Wash 
Hagan & Manheim, (B Hagan and .1 Man- 
hcim), note brokers, -"if, Cal 



licer. 240 Montgomery 
Hahn H, furnishing goods, 124 Kearny 
Ilahn H L, ladies' anderwear, lOlOLarkm 
Hahn Robert C, gents' tarnishing goods, 

Market 
Hahn s & Co, (Seligman Hahn), whole- 
sale liquors. 217 Front 
Halm Wi liam. artist, 240 Montgomery 
1 1 V 1 1 V A LENAB, (August Hahn 
and George Lenar), carriage Bmiths, 
Ac, 14 Broadway 
HAHNEMANN ALBERT, bak- 
ery, 960 Harrison 
Haight George W, attornej at law, 1 7 

II A 14. II T ROBERT A CO, 

commission merchant.- and w : 

pro> -i D8, 226 Front 
Maine Joseph, physician, 41.". Sutter 
Haines Joseph 1». electric pen copyist, 108 

I a idesdorfl 
Haia Frank .1, produce, 4>; Grand Central 

Market 

MAKER 1VA KIN*, (William 
Hinz), Importers milliner; straw 
and fancy goods, ."4.". Market 

Hakes it F, attorney at law. ::]> Cal 



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■ Hale William, attorney at law, 534 Cal 
iHale & Pacheco, (W E Hale and Romual- 

do Pacheco) stockbrokers, 317 Mont 
Haley Charles S, physician, 128 4th 
! Haley John, wines and liquors, 1500 Stock 
Haley John M, physician, SW cor Turk 

and Laguna 
; Halkett William, carriage maker, 36 Hayes 
I Hall Alexander D, fruits, 414 Jones 
! H ALL BROTHERS, (W G and H 

K), ship builders, 311 East, yard Fort 

Ludlow, Washington Tevritory 
JHall Catherine, lodgings, 19 6th 
Hall C I, feed mill, 310 Townsend 
Hall, Coffee & Co, (F D Hall and Frank 

L Coffee), commission brokers, 320 

Sansom 
1 Hall Edward F & Co, stock brokers, 410 

California 
Hall E M, mining secretary, 327 Pine 
Hall F, attorney at law, 519 Montgomery 
Hall Frank, leather and findings, 506 

Market 
; Hall H E, attorney at law, 606 Mont 
I Hall| John C, attorney at law, 240 yont 
Hall' J Mrs, dressmaker, 2102 Howard 
Hall J V, boiler maker, 214 Beale 
Hall Mel Miss, ladies' hair-dresser, 1227 

Clay 
Hall Ralph, cigars, 1128 Folsom 
Hall R B & Co (Richard B Hall), Pacific 

Detective Bureau, 632 Market 
, Hall Seth P, attorney at law, 240 Mont 
JHall S H, physician, 517 Pine 
; Hall Sullivan R, confectionary, 18 4th 
Hall Thomas D, watchmaker. 37 6th 
Hall Winslow, contractor, 638 Market 
HAEI, Jt KEARXEY (S M Hall 

and James Kearney), propr* Parker 

House, 617 Montgomery 
Hall & Lachman (Edward B Hall and 

Morris Lachman), carpets, etc, 116 

Sutter 
Hall & Sloan (Alexander D Hall and G B 

Sloan), fruits, 301 Oak 
HAL, ITS SAFE AM) JLOCK 

4JO, C B Parcells manager, 211-213 

California 
Hallett Oliver G, liquor saloon, 13 Post 
Hallidav John, fruits, 1719 Market 
H A IiliII>I E A S, imptr and manuf 

wire and wire rope, suspension bridge 

builder and propr patent endless 

ropeway, 6 California, factory XE 

cor Vallejo and Sansom 
Halpruner WS, chiropodist, 6 Eddy 
Halsey Abraham, mining secretary, 314 

Montgomery 
Halsey Charles, Judge Superior Court, 

Citv Hall 
Halsey H H, artist, 6 Eddy 
Hamburg-American Packet Co, Hy Bal- 

zer & Co agents, 209 Sansom 



HAMBURG BOARD OF EX- 
BE R \VR ITERS, Hellmann 
Bros & Co agents, 525 Front 
Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co, 
Philip Speyer & Co agents, 13 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
HAMBUBG-HA GDEBUB H 
FIRE IXSURAXCE CO 
Gutte & Frank, general agents, 307 
California ' 
Hamburger G, clothing, 60 3rd 
HAMILL JOHX E, notary public 

and commissioner deeds, 329 Mont 
Hamilton C, bootmaker, 2615 Sutter 
Hamilton C, landscape gardener, 100| 2nd 
Hamilton, Goldstone & Co, (J W Hamil- 
ton, L P Goldstone and C H Warner), 
nrning brokers, 215 Sansom 
HAMILTOX HUGH G, wines 

and liquors, cor Sierra and Ii'inois 
Hamilton John Rae, insurance agent, 210 

Sansom 
Hamilton & Jackson (Charles A Hamil 
ton and William F Jackson), portrait 
painters.' 6 Eddy 
Hamilton & Sbarp (J W Hamilton and W 

Sharp), wines and liquors, 515 Cal 
Hamlin C L, bootmaker, 635 Howard 
Hamlin S JJ Miss, private school, 808 

Leavenworth 
Hammam Baths, Dr A M Loryea propr, 

11 Dupont 
Hammell W F & Co (John Sproston) bot- 
tle dealers, 1122 Mission 
Hammer George H, whiten 3r, S02 Mission 
Hammer L K, agent Chickering Pianos, 

31 Post 
Hammerschmidt John, hair-dresser, 610 

Laguna 
HAMMEBTOX JOHN W, wood 

and coal, 47 West Mission 
Hammond J, millwright, 209 Market 
Hammond William, physician, 859 Miss 
Hammond William, tailors trimmings, 

320 Post 
Hammond William A, watchmaker, 4 6th 
HAMMOM) A WRIGHT (H T 
Hammond and John A Wright), at- 
torneys at law, 16-17 Nevada Block 
Hampton Brothers (Charles W and Wil- 
liam Hampton), model makers, 607 
Mission 
Hanbury J F, furniture, 69 4th 
Hancock Samuel, propr Nevada House, 
132 6th, and Hancock House, 771 
Mission 
Hand John S merchant tailor, 314 Kear 
Hand & Co (J Hand), manufs files and 

tools, 248 Beale 
Handlos Joseph, bakery, 229 15th 
HAXDY L X * CO (Lucien N 
Handy and James L Carthcut), com- 
mission merchants & coopers, 32 Clay 



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saloon, 221 Sacramento 

HAXK8 HE\RY in, analytical 
chemist, assay ar and geologist, 619 
Montgomery 

Hanks M W & Co (E T Bingham), rubber 
stamps. 137 Montgomery 

HAXLET «£ SXOW (James S 
Hanley and Louis T Snow), wholesale 
groceries anil ships stores. 12fiCal 

HAVLOX CHARLES F, attor- 
ney at law, 310 Pine 

Hanloii Edwards, groceries and liquors, 
747 Brannan 

HAXLEY GEORGE T & CO, 
teas, coffees, spices and yeast pow- 
ders, and publishers S F Star, 214 
Sacramento, retail 922 .Mark t 

Hanlev John, drv goods, 1313 Stockton 

IIAXXA A W, attorney at law, 20 
Montgomery Block 

Hanna George, hay and grain, S59 Har- 
rison 

Hanna James L, special ajrent Travelers 
Insurance Co, 403 California 

HAXXA J & P II. imp wrters cot- 
ton duck, bags and twine, 30S-310 
Davis 

Hanna Patrick R, groceries and liquors, 
cor 24th and Columbia 

HAXXIS «& STILWELL (John 
Hannis and William StilweU), car- 
pent, rs, 1704 Sacramento 

Hans George J, groceries and liquorb, 
XW cor Chestnut and Dupont 

Hans Hans, bakery, 504 6th 

Hans William, groceries and liquors, 1800 
Stockton 

Hansa Hotel, Graner & Strohl proprs, 
429 Bush 

HAXSCHEX CORD H, liquor 
saloon, 800 Montgomery 

Hansen Alfred, wines and liquors, SWcor 
Montgomery Ave and Kearnv 

HAXSEX C R & CO. (W D Ewer), 
employment office, 624-626 Clay 

Hansen Frederick C, cigars, SW cor .lack- 
son and East 

Hansen George J, groceries and liquors, 
545 Turk 

HAXSEX JOHAXXES. propr 
S F Steam Paste Manufactory, SW 
cor Market and 4th 

Hansen Louis, harness maker, 52S Mont 
gomerv Ave 

Hansen M & A, proprs Main Street Mill, 
118 Main 

Hansen Peter, hay, grain, wood and coal, 

SE cor Railroad and 7th Area 
Hansen & Co, cigars, 588 Market 
Hansen & Kuhl, (George Hansen and Gus- 
tave Kuhl), wines and liquors, 108 
Sutter 



Hanson, Ackerson ft Co, (C Hanson and 
John W Ackerson), lumber. Pier 11 
Steuart 

Hanson F, butcher, 11-12 California Mar- 
ket 

Hanson John, wood and coal, 127 9th 

Hans. in J p, carpenter, 1502 Stockton 

Hanson Richard C & Co, block and pump 
makers, 9 Spear 

Hanson Sophia Miss, nurse, 521 Geary 

Hanson & Borgward, (Henry Hanson and 
F Borgward), boots and shoes 
Market 

Hanson & Fisher, (C Hanson and George 
Fisher), botchers, 928 Post 

Hapgood & Co, (Washington Territory), 
John Clement agent, 211 Sansom 

Happ Marcus, clothing, 227 4th 

Harbart Helena, dressmaker, 126 7th 

HARBOR CO.IIJIISSIOX- 
ERS, BOARD OF.lOCal 

HARBOR VI EW SOAP CO. 
Heilmann Brothers, 12 California 

Harde Bernhard, wmes and liquors, SE 
cor 4th and Brannan 

Hardenbergh J R, president Califo.nia 
Electric Light Co, 427 Montgomery 

Hardenburgh [saac, turner, 134 Main 

Harder X, house-painter, SE cor Sutter 
and Powell 

HARDER PETER, Alameda Ex- 
change, 7 Market 

Hardie D & Co, carpets, &C, 576 Market 

Harding ft Brann, (J G Harding and R C 
Brann), sailmakers, 56 Clay 

Harding James W, attorney at law, 704 
Montgomery 

Harding Samuel C, collector, 648 Wadi 

Hardy B F, phvsician, 20 12th and 915 
Tyler 

Hardy James P, attorney at law, 6 Mont- 
gomery Bioek 

Hardv Lowell J, Jr, attorney at law, 702 
Market 

Hardy W J, attorney at law, 6 Montgom- 
ery Block 

Hart Charles, ship chandler, W s Spear 

nr FoLaom 
HARE PATRICK, wines and li 
quors, 14»i 5th 

Harenburg Edward, wines and liquors, 
180 Birry 

Harford B L Rev, pastor First Methodic 

Episcopal Church, res 1008 R 
Harget John Mrs, millinery, 1159 Kolsom 

IIAUKMSS MOItKK H, at 

torney at law, 7 Montgomery A ■ 
HA RLE V CHARLES A CO, 

(George Harley, New York), barrel, 

rag, junk and stravV paper dealers, 

114-116 Davis 

Hamuli B F Mrs, ladies' hair 
1814 Larkin 



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Poiss), manufs surg'.cal instruments, 

321 Kearny 

Haub P George & Co, junk, 666 Howard 

HAIDBIXE J C R carriage 

painter and decorator, 29 Valencia 
Hauffe Frederick, liquor saloon, 127 6th 
Haug Julius, hardware, 115 2d 
Hauptli L Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 411 

Sutter 
Hauser Bennett, bakery, 333 Haves 
Hauser David, fruits, 923 Ho-ard 
Hauser H, hair-dresser, 21*> Dupont 
Hauser John, wines and liquors, 637 

Broadway 
Hausler Friedrieh, liquor saloon, 26 Eddy 
Hausman F H & Co, commission mer- 
chants, NE cor Battery and Clay 
Hausmann Bros (Siegfried & Bernard 
Hausmann), mirrors and frames, 219 
Pine 
Haussler Leonard, cabinet-maker, 231 

Jackson 

Havecker Henry, liquor saloon, 321 Har 
Haven Charles 1), secretary Union Insur- 
ance Co, 416 California 
Haven James M, attorney at law, 530 Cal 
Havens A W, mining secretary, 26 Nevada 

Block 
Havens Louis, confectionery, 933 Miss 
Havens & Co (Frank C and Charles D 
Havens), stockbrokers, 429 California 
Haverstick W H, stockbroker, 500 Mont 
Hawaiian Commercial Co, Claus Spreckles 

president, 215 Front 
Hawes Alexander G, insurance agent, 220 

Sansom 
Hawes B C, insurance broker, 403 Cal 
HAWES OLIVER general agent 
Conneticut Fire, Security and Manu- 
facturers Insurance Cos, 403 Cal 
Hawkes C K, wholesale hardwae, 258 

Market 
Hawkins James J E, stockbroker, 1 Neva- 
da Block 
Hawkins J M, electro plater, 620 Merch 
HAWK1XS WILLIAM, (succes- 
sor to Hawkins k Cantrell), machine 
works, 210 Btale 
Hawley Charles A & Co (Charles A Haw- 
ley and Edward I Robinson), whole- 
sale hardware, 412 Market 
Hawlej C J & Co, groceries, 215-217 Sut 
Hawley David N, agent Howe scales, 201 

Market 
Hawley J C, agent steamship Areata, 128 

Steuart 
Hawley Marcus C & Co (George T and 
Walter N Hawley), wholesale hard- 
ware and agricultural implements, 
301 Market 
Hawley Nathan E, carpenter, 2704 Miss 
Hawxhurst Robert, speculator, 402 Mont 



Hawxhurst Walter, merchant, 432 Mont 
Havden Frank, tailor, 660 Mission 
MAYDEX & BALL (P Havden and 

Richard Bali), butchers, 525 7th 
Havden & O'Brien (John Havden and 

John O'Bnen), butchers, 424 4th 
Hayes Frank J, teacher swimming, foot 

Jones 
Hayes George & Co (George H Tucker), 

manfs metal cornices;, 539 5th 
Hayes George R B, attorney at law, 604 

Clay 
HAYES JAMES S, carriage and 

wagon-smith, blacksmith and horse 

shoer, 116 Washington 
Haves John R, secretary Central R R Co, 

* 32 Tark 
Hayes John T, carpenter, 1810 Polk 
Hayes Patrick, groceries and liquors, 123 

Silver 
Hayes Patrick, liquor saloon, 160 1st 
Haves Thomas, groceries and liquors, 438 

'3rd 
Hayes Valley Advertiser, Wallace & Clack 

* proprs, 603 Laguna 

Hayes Valley Market, SW cor Laguna and 
Grove 

Hayes & Co, real estate brokers, 224 
Montgomery 

HAVES & CO, (John Hayes and 
James Gaffney), proprs California Ex- 
press and Transfer Co. 524 Davis and 
14m Montgomery 

Hayes & Fenlon, (Thomas Hayes and J ere 
miah Fenlon), plumbers, 1523 Polk 

HAYES & GLWX, (Edward 
Hayes and John G'ynn), horseshoers 
and carriagemakers, N s Filbert bet 
Webster and Fillmore 

Hayessen Jacob W, wood and coal, 52 
' Brady 

Hay man n A, locksmith, 136 Post 

HAYXERT C. upholsterer, 211 Post 

Haynes Willis P, manager American Mer- 
' cantile Union, 22 Montgomery 

Hays & Gjselaar, (John T Hays and John 

* H Gyselaar), International Hotel sa- 
loon, 822 Kearny 

Havward Alvinza, capitalist, 224 Cal 

HAZARD POWDER CO Thos 
H Selby & Co agent, 116-118 Cal 

Head A E. 'capitalist, 68 Nevada Block 

HEALD EDWARD ii president 
Heald's Business College, 24 Post 

HEALD I A, machinist, 514 Com- 
mercial 

HEALD & WOODBURY. (Edw 
G Heald and Frank C Woodbury), 
publishers Heald's College Journal, 
24 Post 

HEALD'S BUSINESS COL- 
LEGE, Edward P Heald president, 
Frank G Woodbury secretary, 24 Post 



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XA1* Hcald & Woodburv publishers, 

24 Post 
Healey Benjamin, real estate agt, 531 Cal 
Healey Charles S, wood and coal S\Y cor 

29th and Mission 
Healey D A, boot manuf, S48 Market 
Healey & Meyer, (T J Healey and S 

Meyer), plumbers, 533 Bush 
Healy B, milk ranch, Berna! nr Serpentine 

Ave 
Healy Charles S, mining- secretary, 45 

Merchants' Exchange 
Healy James, druggist, 1910 Market 
Healy James P, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Sutter and Baker 
Heah- Mary, fruits, 16 26th 
HEALY TEREXCE, restaurant, 

813 Market 
Healy Thomas & Son, (Thomas E), boot- 
makers 70S Folsom 
HEALY & CASEY, (E J Healy 

and Fram is Ca«ey), manuf boots and 

shoes, 125 Sansom 
Healy i: Fagen, (Patrick Healy and James 

Fagen), livery stable, 332 Bush 
Heaney Mary Mrs, bakery, 1101 Howard 
Heath,' Gallu'p & Co, (James A Heath and 

James Gallup), ship chandlery and 

naval stores, 58 Clay 
Heath John A, hair-dresser. 231$ 2nd 
Heath B W, mining secretary, 818 Pine 
Heaton C J, mining secretary, 402 Mont 
Heaton James, bakery. 1707 Market 
Heavey B J, groceries and liquors, 53 

Everett 
Hebbard J C B, attorney at law, 234 

Montgomery 
Hebel Charles, wines and liquors, 311 

Dupont 
Heber S Moller, (William Heber and Louis 

Moller), gunsmiths, 631 Washington 
HEBREW. (The) Pbilo Jacoby, propr, 

612 C rcnmercial 
HEBREW OBSERVER W Saal- 

burg propr, 622 < Hay 
HECHT BROTHERS & CO, 

(Isaac, Jacob H, Abraham E, L< uis 

Jr. and Marcus H Hecht), manafrs 

and wholesale leather and findings, 

and boots and slices, 528-530 Market, 

and 27-29 Sutter 
Heckcr Jacob, house-painter, 11 Morev 

Alley 
Heckmann Hermann II, produce mer- 
chant, NTS cor Washington and l>avis 
Hedderich H Mrs, fancv g ids, 1120 How 
HEDGES A DIL.LEXBUR&, 

(Georgc W Hedges and Michael l»il- 

lenbu >g), pump manufs, 32 Fremont 

Hecder & Eteichardt, (John Heeder and 

Wilhelm Keiehardt), liquor saloon, 325 
Bush 



Heegler & Ratz, (G Heegler and Win 

Batz), hair-dressers, 202 4th 
Heerdink John, carpet beating and to- 
bacco factory., 42t) Valencia 
Heeth Albert, merchant tailor, 423 East 
Hefer John A, wood and coal, 715 Har 
Heffernan J & Son, (James and John;, 

merchant tailors. 995i Market 
Heffernan Michael, wines and liquors, 223 

Sansom 
Heffernan Michael, tailor, 855 Folsom 
Heick Christian, boots and shoes, 50? 4th 
Heick William, druggist, SE cor Polk and 

Tyler 
Heide'r & Co. (Christopher Heider and 

Philip Helper), hair-dru -ers, 310 

Bush 
Heidhoff A H, groceries and liquors, 16 

Eddy 
Heidmann Henrv, groceries and liquors, 

101 Folsom 
Heidmuller Henry, bakery, 1221 Polk 
Heil C'mstantin, liquor saloon, 1 ■: - 
H E 1 1, MA X X B R O THERS, 

(Richard W and James H), Harbor 

View Soap C •. 12 California, works 

cor Bay and Webster 
Heim F, bootmaker, 121 Dupont 
Heiman Brothers, (Joseph and Albert), 

clothing, 1028 Market 
Heimburu E W Mis. pronrs Metropolitan 

Hotel, 516 Pacific 
Hein Edward, hair-dresser. 120'? Polk 
Heineberg Bendix, leat.ier merchant, 49 

Clay 
Heiuecke Albeit, watchmaker. 731 Davis 
HEIXEKE Jl'LUS, propr Arion 

House, 13-15 Page 
Heine-man Harry M, ne.ktie manuf, 121 

Sansom 
Hememann Louis, restaurant, 513 Val- 

encia 
Heinemann & Aschen, (EAHememann 

and EF Aschen), gro erie.-> and liq- 

uors, 1701 < ), tavia 
HEIXI1IAXX MICHEL, phy- 

>i ian, 802 .Montgomery, 
Heinlen 6 A, attorney at* aw, 802 Mont 
HE1XR1CH KUDO I, E. agent Eu- 
reka Laundry, 10 10 Market 
Heins E J & Co, teachers book-keeping, 

417 Kearny 
Heins .1 l> & Co, (Henry Mindermann), 

groceries and liquors,' 40 ' Fols >m 
Heins Nicholas, florist, 89 Geary 
HEIXS MlliIJA7l, grocoriesand 

liquors, N K cor [Tnion a'n ! Lar in 
Heinz Henry, hair-dresser, 503j Ea*r 
Heinz Ja n ob, win s and liquors, 
Heise Charles K, Custom House h.-tker, 

510 Batter] 
Heissenberg C, wines and llqn >: s. :•_" 

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HEITMAM ALWIXE, liquor 
saloon, 530 Pacific 

Heitmann & Hunger. (Christian Heit- 
mann and Christian Bunger), grocer- 
ies and liquors, 1000 Bush 

Heitmuller Henry, bakery, 492 8th 

Heizman John, watchmaker, 40S Com 

Helbush Henry, groceries and liquors, 
1700 Polk 

Held Adolph, locksmith, 306i 3rd 

Held Brothers & Co (Eernhard Held and 
Samuel Heilbrun), millinery and 
fancy goods, 512-614 Market and 13- 
15 Sutter 

HELD A CO (H Held), Pacific Mil- 
linery Emporium, 526 Market 

Helke Charles, saddler, 618 Mission 

Hellbeck Josephine lime, dressmaker, 
503 O'Farrell 

Heller George, bootmaker, 743 4th 

Heller J Mrs, ladies' underwear, 315 Dup 

Heller M & Brothers (Martin, Moses and 
Jonas), wholesale dry goods, 114 San- 
son! 

Helper William, restaurant, 110 4th 

Hellings W H, mining, 320 Sansom 

HELLMAX BROS A CO (Richard 
and Horace Goorge Hellmann), com- 
mission merchants and agents Ham- 
burg Board of Underwriters, Union 
Eank of Australia and National Bank 
of Australasia, 525 Front 

HELLSTROMMER CHAS H, 
boarding and liquor saloon, 12 Wash 

Heliwig Christian, buckskin-dresser, 26th 
bet Howard and Capp 

Hellwig Frederick, baker, 110 Dupont 

Helman William M, mining secretary, 300 
California 

Helmken J Theodore, hardware and cut- 
lery, 516 Kearny 

Heimlich & Hansen (O Helmrich and E 
Hansen), bullion brokers, 304 San 

Helms H W, groceries and liquors, SW 
cor 6th and Mission 

Helms John E A, groceries and liquors, 
18 7*h 

HELMITH WILLIAM, cigar 
manuf, 506 Jackson 

HELVETIA HOTEL,, Steiner & 
Dittmar proprs, 431-433 Pine 

Hehetia Marine Insurance Co (St Gall), 
Harry W Syz agent, 225 Sansom 

He'vetia-Swiss Fire Insurant- Co (St 
Gall), Harry W Syz agent, 225 San 

Hemingway Brothers (John and Abia- 
ham), broom manufs, 121 Wash 

Hemme August, real estate, 404 Mont 

Hemme & Long (August Hemmc and S H 
Long), musical instruments, etc, 31 
Dupont 

Hemme & Renter (Louis Hemme and 
\. William Renter;, hakery, 27 Kearny 



Hemmelberg Henrv, bakery, cor 14th 

Ave and X 
Hemmer I H, bootmaker, 635 Kearny 
Hempel H E, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Sacramento and Scott 
Hemphill John Rev, pastor Calvary Pres- 
byterian Church, res Grand Hotel 
Henchv John, liquor saloon, 815 Folsom 
HEXt'KEX MARTIX, groceries 
and liquors, NW cor 4th and Tehama 
HEXCKEX A EDWARDS 
(John Hencken and Peter Edwards), 
commission merchants and dairy 
produce, 332 6th 
Hendee M J Mrs, medium, 207 Kearny 
Henderson James, marble yard, S s Point 
Lobos Ave nr Odd Fellows' Cemetery 
Henderson Janus, sign-painter, 823 Mar- 
ket 
Henderson John Jr, wood and coal, 117 

O'Farrell 
Hcnlrv I Mrs, patent medicines, 39 Geary 
HEXDY JOSHUA, manuf and 

dealer machinery, 49-51 Fremont 
, Henery Daniel, liquor saloon, 219 2nd 
Hpney W J & Co (Richard Jr and Richard 

Sr), furniture, etc, 725 Market 
■ Henke & Drewea (Henry Henke and 
Henry Drewes), butchers, NE cor 
24th and Potrero Ave 
Hermes Christian, crockery, 706 Larkin 
Hennessy D, merchant tailor, 142 2nd 
Henninger Gottfried, collector, 419 Pine 
Henningsen H, cigars, 800 Market 
HEXRICI ERXEST, manuf jew- 
eler and diamond-setter, 423 Pine 
:Henricksen B E, architect, 126 Kearny 
Henriksen Eenj A, capitalist, 328 Kearny 
, Henrioulle G, wines and liquors, 317 Dup 
Henriqu s David, stockbroker, 314 Mont 
Henrv Albertine, pawnbroker, 617 Wash 
HEXRY I> XV, music boxe.s, French 

docks, etc, 226 O'Farrell 
HEXRY GEORGE XV, propr 

United States Hotel, 308 Feale 

HEXRY JOSEPH , wholesale wood 

and agents for Green's Line Sonoma 

Packets, India Dock, foot of Battery 

Henry Rebec> a Mrs, furniture, 1043 How 

Henry Samuel H, attorney at law, 7oS 

.Montgomery 
Henry W Warner, propr Baldwin's Res- 
taurant, 519 Clay 
Henry W Warner & Co, wholesale groce- 
ries, 421 Clay 
Henschen John, groceries and liquors, 

1639 Ellis 
i Hensel E, cigar manuf, 1912 Polk 
Henson Charles E, fruits, 1513 Market 
Hent R W, attorney at law, 605 Clay 
Hentrich & Thyarks (Lewis Hentrich and 
Geoige Thyarks), jjackers and whole- 
sale provisions, 513-515 Front 



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McAllister and Hyde 
HEXTZ J H, proprietor Excelsior 

Restaurant, NE cor 1st and Rrarman 
Hepp George, boots and shoes, 1325 Imp 
Herber John, wines and liquors, 527 

Kearny 
Herber Win & Co, wholesale cigars and 

tobacco, 222 Pattery 

Herbert , coffee saloon, 1601 Geary 

Herbert E. tailor, 737 Pine 

Herbert R H, carpenter, 17 Stevenson 

Herbst Francis, tailor, 164 Jessie 

Herbst Justus, watchmaker, 134 2d 

Herbst L Mrs, bakery, 134 2d 

Herde Julius Rev, pastor St Roniface 

Church, S s Tyler bet Jones and Leav 
Herel Hugh, groceries and liquors, 8W 

cor Harrison and Langton 
Bering Charles, harnessmaker, 2212 

Mission 
Heringhi Aaron, watchmaker, 38 6th 
Hernghi R. real estate. Ill V Lei lesdorff 
Heriihy Richard, wood and coal, 1204 

Broadway 
Herman A, dry goods, 516 Market 
Herman Martin, stockbroker, 242 Mont 
Herman Rudolph, propr Harbor View 

Hoter, cor Tonquin and Raker 
Hermann Albert, manuf cigars, 309 4th 
Hermann R, butcher, 801 Geary 
Hermann Charles G, importer silks, 126 

Kearny 
Hermann L, cigars, 242 6th 
Hermann Lucien, mining secretary, 220 

Sans on i 
Hermann M, bootmaker, 437 Fulton 
Hermann Theodore & Co, birds, etc, 630 

Washington 
Herold Charles, butcher, 704 Rattery 
Her old Charles, horseshner. cor San 

Prune Road and Precita Ave 
Herold Conrad, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Zoe and Walsh 
Herold John, butcher, XW cor Zoe and 

Walsh 
II I . It ltl.lt A F, consul-general Nica- 
ragua, and consul Ecuador, Bolr ia 

and United States of Colombia, 881 

Montgomery 
Herrick Sandford E, produce merchant, 

126 Clay 
Herrick William F, actuary Commercial 

Jns Co. 406 California 
Herring, Murphy & Reeves (Ri hard 

Herring, P F Murphy, Frederi k 

Reeves), furniture manufs, 6G8 Bran 
Herrmann August, liquor salo in, Railroad 

Ave Ik t 8th and gth Aves 
HERKMAXX (OMtA!) manuf 

and Importer bar-, and cap 

Kearny and '.110 Market 

Herrmann Frederick, bakery, 18 



Herrmann James, attorney at law, 409 

California 
Herrmann ft Co (S Herrmann), wholesale 

hops, corks, etc, 313 Sacram nto 
Hertweck Charles F, upholsterer, 902 

Larkin 
Hertz Herman, butcher, SE cor 7th and 

Minna 
HERTZ Ij & J, butchers, 22 Center 

Market 
Herts L mis, clothing, 108 Pacific 
Hervey •' B Mrs, dressmaker, 631 I' ■•• 
Herzberg [saac, -t i kbroker, 526 Pine 
Herzberg Martin, fancy goods, 414 Sac 

Christian, blacksmith, 737 Rroad 
Julius, picture frames, 1">14 Polk 
Hess I i in. 519 Kearnv 

H ESS CHRISTIAN, propr Union 

Brewery, 326 Clementina 
Hess Frederick, propr Pioneer House, 

X\V cor X >rth P -int and Larkin 
BESS FREDERICK & CO 

(Moses <;. eenblatt), pr iprs California 

Demokrat, etc, 636-533 California 
Hess Henry, gents' furnishing g >ods 431 

Montgomery 
Hess Lewis, manuf Damiana Bitters, 12 

M mtgomery Ave 
Hess Robert, b otmaker, 20 Dunont 
Hess William, superintendent Boca Rrew- 

ing Co, 415 Sa -ramento 
Hessberg Fsaae, in-uran:-e broker, 240 

M rote imery 
Hesse William Jr, propr The Fountain, 

>K cor Sutter and Kearny 
Hessler Charles, Custom House broker, 

618 Ritrery 
Hesslor William, bakery, 715 Pacific 
HesthsJ August, glove manuf, 22 Sansom 
Hectics Emile, mining secretary. 328 

Montg imery 
Heuer Philip, groceries and li ■•; 

cor M ►ntgomery Ave an 1 L »mbard 
a William, printer. 421 Mont 
Heus b <'onsran f in. mining engineer, 327 

Pint- 
He erin Michael, marble yard, 17 Larkin 
Hewelc'ce, II, li | i >r saio in, ">43 Merchant 
Hewes Jesse, whitener, 221 Tyler 
Hewitt's K •- el, J tile i or rnr, 247 2d 
HEWSOH KIIRKKT, capitalist, 

Sans ran 
HEW8TON <-EORUE PROF, 

physician an 1 surgeon, i'-\ Kearny 
Hextoll Tii imas, gardener, 101 M mtg im- 
ery Block 
HEYI>EY\RER LOUIS A. 

propr Atlantic Gardens, 8 a Pay bet 

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Heydenfeldt tiolomon, attorney at law, 

wis Bl > k 
Heydenfel it Sol on m Jr, att m iy at law, 

818 Pine 



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Here Henry, liquor saloon, 613 East 

H ever Albert, groceries and liquors, SW 
* cot Srd and Bryant 

Heyermann John A F, physician, SW cor 
Bryant and 4th 

Heyermann & Freund (John A F Heyer- 
mann and Robert H Freund), drug- 
gists, SW cor 4th and Bryant 

Heyfron Patrick, wood and "coal, 716 Fol 

Hermann Max, cigars, 2533rd 

Heynemann Lionel, civil engineer, 302 
Montgomery 

Hrynemann & Co (Leonard D and Her- j 
maun Heynemann and F P Salo- j 
mons), wholesale dry goods, 5 Sansom , 

Hevw ood Bros & Co (Mass), manufs chairs, 
etc, 589 Mission 

HEYWOOD & CO (Mark Heywood 
and Joseph Lanktrce), wood and coal, 
751 Fo!som 

HEYWOOD «& H EXDLET (S J j 
He) wood and A C Hendley), produce 
commissipn and agent Crystal Salt ; 
Works, 222-224 Clay 

Hibc: nia Brewery, Matthew Nanan propr, ! 
1225 Howard 

H1REKMA SAYIXGS AXD 
LOAN SOCIETY (The), Myles 
D Sweeney president, Edward Martin 
secretary and treasurer, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Market 
[Hickey Edward, groceries and liquors,! 
1630 Mission 

Hx-kie M M Miss, dressmaker, 128 2nd 

j Hick ox George C & Co (E C Macfariane), 

stockbrokers, 228 Montgomery 

HICKSDd CO(N A ,iudd), book-l 
b'nder^, paper ruleis and blank-book | 
manufs, and proprs Pacific Coast Ho- 
tel Register Co, 543 Clay 

Hicks Richard W, cigars, 106 2d 
;Hickson Henry, insurance broker, 405 
California 

Hiekstedt Herman, bakery, 127 4th 
jKen Au.uust, wines and liquors, 132S 
Dupont 

Higgina Margaret, groceries, 1116 Folsom 

Higgins John, carriage painter, 127 5th 

'H'ggins John, wagonmaker, 747 Mission 

Higgins W B & Co (P Kisrnan), sewing 
machines, 637 Mission 

Higgins William L, stockbroker, 417 Cal 

H14.<;i\S & COLLi.VS (Elisha 
Higgins and G. orge H Collins), 
wholesale wood, 271 East, yard Beale 
Street wharf 

Higgins & E cholz (G C Higgins and T H 
Eicholz), lamps and oil. 27 6th 

Higham E, sewing machines, etc, 901 
Market 

Highley Elizabeth, dressmaker, 1031 How 

Highton Henry E, attorney at law, 528 
California 



Hilbert & Guehnc (A Hilbert and F Gue- 

hne), floii»ts, 9 Geary 
Hildtbiand August butcher, 113 7th 
Hildebrand C, junk, 550 Mission 
Hildtbiand George, livery stable, 807 Val- 

lejo 
Hildebrand John, glazier, 6 Lily Ave 
Hildebrand William C, groceries and liq- 
uors, 416 O'Farrell 
Hildebrandt Henry, groceries and liquors, 

208 Sutter 
Hildebrandt William C, liquor saloon, 505 

East 
Hildebrandt & Kno-a (Cursten Hilde- 
brandt and Elfert Knop), groceries 
and liquors, SE cor Broadway and 
Montgomery 
Hildenbrand Conrad, plumber, 181 16th 
Hill Henry 0, butcher, 14C9 Folsom 
Hill J B, agent Methodist Book Deposi- 
tory, 1041 Market 
Hill John, real estate agent, 402 Mont 
Hill John T, capitalist, 206 Front 
Hill Marv (widow), bakers, 213 24th 
HILLSAMUEL (estate of), sewing 

machines and needles, 634 Market 
Hill William H, liquors, Eeach bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Hillebrand Albert, liquor salcon, 1228 

Market 
HILLEBRAYD HEXRY. gro- 
ceries and liquors, 520 4th 
HILLEBRAXDT. FABIAX & 
CO (Christopher Hartmann, Peter 
Windeler andM L Meyer), proprs En- 
terpiise Brewery, 2017-2019 Folsom 
Hillen Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 

1301 Larkin 
!! I III K FREDERICK, physi- 
cian, 112 Mason 
HILLER FREDERICK Jit 

physcian, 112 Mason 
Hillert Frederick, architect and civil en- 
gineer, 620 Washington 
Hilliard L B, superintendent The Brad- 
street Mercantile Agency, 230 Cal 
Hills Bros (R, Wilmarth and A H), dairy 

produce, 1146 Market- 
Hills Sanford M, carpenter, 842 Clay 
Hiilsinger E J Mrs, milliner, 1648 Polk 
Hilmer Louis, druggist, 827 Larkin 
Hilpisch Jacob, pork butcher, 23-24 Hayes 

Valley Market 
Hilpert Leonhardt. bakery, 1223 Stockton 
Hilton George F, physician, 808 Mission 
Hi'zinger J G, accountant, 507 California 
Himmelmann & Heinz (George Himmel- 
mann and Jacob Heinz), butchers, 
N s Union near Laguna 
Himrod O W, accountant, 401 Sansom 
HIXCH3IAX T W, secretaiy Cali- 
fornia Street R R Co, SE cor Califor- 
nia and Larkin 



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Hinck Hum-}- J, groceries and liquors, 743 

Ellis 
Hinckley Ezra, manuf spring beds, 149 

New Montgomery 



Hirshfcld Charles, stockbroker, 314 Mont 
Hirshfeld vV Hubert (Peter Hirshfcld and 

Charles T Hubert), merchant tailors, 

232 Bush 



HI\ C K L, E V , S P I E R S A- Hislop Hobert C, upholsterer, 404 Hayes 

HAYES (T> B Hinckley, Janus Hitt 11 Theodore N, attorney at law, 23 

Spiers and D E Have-), proprs Fulton Montgomery Block 

Iron Works, 213 Fremont Hittinger A, wines and liquors, 105 Dup 

Hinders Henry, boots and shoes, 332 j Hixson H B & Co (A Menke), poultry, 4-- 

Kcarnv 49 Washington Market 

H1\H PETER H, liouor saloon, Hixson Henry B, poultry, 19 Bay City 
715-717 Montgomery and 2-4 Mont- Market 

gomeryAve II IXSOX, JISTI A CO (Jasper 

Hink & Hints (Henry Hink and Peter M and Walter 1) Hixs >n and Charles 

Hincs), groceries and liquors, 439 Justi), fruit and produce commission 

Greenwich merchants, 403 Davis 

Hinkle John M, manager National Surgi- ] Hoadlsy Blanche Mrs, dressmaker, 413 Sut 
cal Institute (Pacific Branch), 319 Hnadley G orge C, djntist. 805 Mission 
Bush HOADLEY STLLO, civfl engineer, 

Hin'de Philip, manuf elevators, 116 Main! 20 Merchants' Exchange 

Hinman H C, agent Merchant's Dispatch Hoag L B, physician, 649 Howard 

Transportation Co, 411 California Hoag William M, capitalist, 802 Mont 

Hinrichs August, liquor saloon, NW cor Hoagland William C, architect, 432 Mont 

Union and Front JHORART, WOOD A CO (Ben- 

Hiniichs August, liquor saloon, SE cor: jamin Hobart and Samuel A Wood), 

Front and Vallej > imp >rtcrs ami manufs boots and 

IIlMtKHS JOH\ F. propr An- shoes, 15 Sannom 

con Hotel, 9-11 Pacific I Hobbs Frederick, grain broker, 402 Front 

IIIMCK BtSEV EDWA RO. IIOBBS.POHEKOY A CO (J K C 

wines ami liquors, SW cor 7th and! Hobbs, D Pomeroy and J G Wall), box 

Brannan manufs, IS Beale 

HIMSDALE US A CO (Wilson F Hobbs & Butler (Walter S Hobbs and 

Jtwett), lumber, 22 California, mills Henry W Butler), attorneys at law, 

Gardiner, Oregon 6 Montg omer y Ave 

Hinton — , teacher dancing, 1620 Pacific HORRO WILLIAM D, plumber 

Ave and gaafitter, 7-j7 Washington 

Hin ton I saac, attorney at law, 526 Mont HOCHKOELER R, merchandise 
HIXTOX W 11 A CO. book and I broker and consul Austria, BOS Front 

Hochstadter E & Co (Charles H Stouten- 
borough), stockbrokers, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Sansoni 
Hock & Perazzo (Tobias Hock and John 

Perazzo), hair-dressers. 54S Wash 
Hockings & Peters (.lames Ib>ckinu's and 
George D Peters), proprs Buckley's 
Varieties, XW cor Kearny and Pine 
Hodgdon Walker H A. plnsician. LOSS 

Howard 
Hodge, Davis & Co, merchants (Portland, 

Oregon), 116 Front 
Hodge John G ft Co, wholesale stationers. 



job printing, 586 Clay 

Hintz ,\: Buck (J J Hintz and J Buck), 

proprs Harmony Hotel, 735 Brannan 
Hintze Isaac, tailor, 338 Bush 
Hinz Carl, manuf tools. 42 Spear 
Hinz Louis, restaurant, 8<)rt Larkin 
Hinz ft Werlin (Adolph Hinz and J G 

Werlin), wholesale milinery, 16 2nd 
Hippman & Sch ussier (B Hippman and 

Adolph Schussler), fruit, 28-29 Cali- 
fornia Market 
Hirl James, groceries and liquors, 116A 

Welsh 
HIRSCII R S A CO (A Oulif), 314 California 

The Bandbox," 745 Market Hodge Robert, ladies' underwear, 10 5th 

Hirs.h Solomon, collector, 804 Battery Hodgkins William L, lamps and nil. SSI 
Hirschfeld D, steam candy works, 23 Hayes 

Stevenson , Hoe Bernard & Co (Tlmmas Donlan). 

Hirschfeld I R & Co. pawnbrokers, 413 blacksmith, 862 Harrison 

Keann I Hoefcr Hcnr\ G & Son, -ildi 

Hirschfeld J H & Co (M B Lichtenstein), California £* 

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Hoelscher W, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Eddy and Mason 
Hoelscher William & Co (William Hoels- 
cher), whole.-ale liquors, 504 Market 
Hoerkorn Chailes, boots and shoes, 543 

Washington 
Hoesch Henry, restaurant, 417 Pine 
Hoesch William, harness, 505 Hayes 
Hoever C, house-painter, 10 Commercial 
Hoey Eugene, furniture, 1009 Market 
Hoey Owen, wood and coal, NE cor Har- 
rison and 24rh 
HOFEX & CO (Leo Hofen and 
Charles F Leege), Empire Steam Cof- 
fee and Spice Mills, and sole agents 
Empire Match Factory, 412 Clay 
Hoff Jacob, coffee saloon, '633 4th 
HOFF OLIVER H D, physician, 

300 Stockton 
Hoff Simon, tailor, 3 Taylor 
I Hoffman A Mrs, ladies' physician, 1422 

Folsom 
I Hoffman Chailes, mining engineer, 327 

Pine 
I Hoffman Fire Insurance Co, G D Dornin 

agent, 401 California 
Hoffman Hannah, bakery, 209 24th 
I Hoffman Ogd en, attorney at law, 9 US 

Court Building 
Hoffman P, fruits, 87 9th 
Hoffman S, art ; st, 120 Sutter 
Hoffman Southard, clerk U S District 

Court. U S Court Building 
Hoffman Wilhelm, groceries and liquors, 

141 Page 
: Hoffman & Co (Seligman Hoffman, Joseph 
Hoffman and David Bloom), whole- 
sa'e dry goods, 19 Battery 
Hoffman & Olsen, restaurant, 706 Mission 
Hoffman & Schenk (Gotlieb Hoffman and 
Christian Schenk), engravers and 
stencil cutters, 414 Sacramento 
i Hoffmann George, groceries and liquors, 

2598 Howard 
(Hoffmann John, fruits, SE cor Noe and 

18th 
Hoffmann Nicholas, liquor saloon, 149 2d 
Hoffmann Simon, Cafe Francais, SE cor 

Kearny and Sacramento 
Hoffmann V, architect, 637 Kearny 
Hoffmann & Ernst (E Hoffman 'and H 

Ernst), stoves. 1214 Stockton 
HOFFMEISTER F, wines and 

liquors, 507 Clay 
Hoffstetter B, physician, 325 Geary 
Hopeleng F, watchmaker, 5 3rd 
Hofmann John, hair-dresser, 709 Davis 
Hofmann M, propr First Street House, 

64-66 1st 
Hofmautf & Woenne (Isaac F Hofmann 
and Emil Wocnne), proprs Montgom- 
ery Market, 606 Montgomery 
, Hogan Daniel, wines and liquors, 411 4th 



Hogan John, insurance broker, 405 Cal 
Hogan John, liquor saloon and restaurant, 

cor Chestnut and Montgomery 
Hogan Martin C, groceries and liquors, 

1725 Larkin 
Hogan Michael, fish, 30 Grand Central 

Market 
Hogan Michael L, groceries and liquors, 

219 11th 
HOC* AX & CO (John A Hogan, IT 
Butler and D B Brown), coopers, 106 
Dramm 
Hoge J P, attornev at law, 5 Montgomery 

Block 
Hoger E, groceries and liquors, 525 Wash 

ington 
Hogg T Egenton, capitalist, 302 Mont 
Hohenthal Gustave, ruchings, 109^ 5th 
Hoh lweg Frederick, druggist, 1900 Polk 
HOITT IRA G-, publishers' agent, 

427 Montgomery 
Holbrook Charles, druggist, SE cor Mar 

ket and 9th 
Holbrook Charles E, physician, 6 Eddy 
Holbrook Charles E, physician, 110 Pow 
HOLBROOK, HER It ILL. «fc 
STETSOX (Charles Holbrook 
John F and Charles Merrill and 
James B Stetson), stoves, metals a 
tinners' tools. Ill Cal and 17 Davi 
Holcomb Bros (Harry S), carriage reposi- 
tory, 41H California 
Holcomb W A & Co, grain brokers, 

Davis 
Holden Albert B, bakery, 702A Larkin 
Holden J & Son (Nicholas Holden), wood 

and coal, 818 Folsom 
HOLDEX JOHX H, cooperage 

lo5 Clay 
Holden Samuel P, commission merchant, 

430 California 
HOLDEX A SAEFLEY (Joseph 
Holden and William B Saufiey), at 
torneys at law, 202 Sansom 
Holder Joseph, liquor saloon, 62 Halleck 
Holderness William, irrain broker, 22 Cal 
Holea Guillermo, teacher Spanish, 6 Eddy 
Holje John B, liquor saloon, SW cor Rail- 
road and lfith Aves 
IS OLJES JOHN H, importer and 
wholesale liquor dealer, groceries, 
etc, NW cor 6th and Folsom 
Holladay Ben Jr, stockbroker, 14 Leid 
Holladay S W, attorney at law, 502 Mont 
Holland D, tailor, 605 Howard 
Hplland D & Co (Robert Gill), produce 

commission, 202 Washington 
Holland E, tailor, 119 Post 
Holland Francis, bakery, 326 16th 
Holland H C Miss, dressmaker, 192 16th 
Holland John, fruits, 733 Brannan 
Holland Joseph, groceries and liquors 
401 Folsom 



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torneyat law and United States com- 
missioner, 605 Clay 
Holland Peter, liquor saloon, 4 Wash 
Holland & Wilson (Thomas Ho.land and 

Henry Wilson), boarding, 10 Broad 
HOLLER R. liquor saloon, SE cor 

Market and Bcale 
Holler Tony, wines and liquors, 1036 

Market ' 
Holler Walter, cutlery, 318 Pine 
Holliday I, cigar manuf, 705 Market 
Boiling Bros (Fiederich and Charles), 
manuf and dealers cigars, 320 Clay 
Boilings Ikurv, groceries and liquors, 

931 Lark in' 
Hollingsworth Thomas C, cigars, 1519 

Market 

Holiis & Harris (A K Hollis and George 
Harris), real-estate agent, 2208 Miss 
Hollman H, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Mission and 24th 
Hollo Hermann, music teacher, 572 How 
Hollis William, president The Real Estate 

Associates, 280 Montgomery 
Holloway William H, copyist, 531 Cal 
Hollub Adolphus, insurance broker, 313 

California 
Holly Oak Park Co (Napa), 330 Pine 
Holm Brothers (John and Henry), wines 

and liquors, 200 5th 
Holm John, blacksmith, 1013 Valencia 
Holm & Saxtorph (Christian Holm and 
Henry Saxtorph), propn Bonanza 
Lodging House, 867 Market 
Holman F A, physician, 200 Post 
HOUIIKM A J, capitalist, 318 Pine 
HOLMES CHARLES J. propr 
John F Snow & Go's dveing works, 
633 Market 
HOLMES E A, mining secretary, 

818 Pine 
HOLMES H T & CO (William 
Gwynn), nianufs Santa Cruz and Sac- 
ramento lime, and importers cement, 
plaster and fire brick, 215-217 Market 
Holmes J N & Co, butchers, 639 3rd 
Holmes Joseph, bootmaker, 147 2d 
Holmes M P, carriage manuf, 327 Sutter 
HOLMES SILAS II, mining and 

milling, 405 California 
Holmes Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

sk cor Stockton and Butter 
Holmes William B, groceries and liquors, 

NE i or 26th and < 'olambia 
Hollohan John, liquor saloon, 100 McAl- 
lister 
HOLST \V, propr Ornamental Glass 

Works, n- Main 
Holsten John B, groceries and liquors, 

399 Union 
Holt Brothers, hardwood lumber. 27-88 
Beale 



Holt Thomas, U S superintendent of con- 
struction, Post-office Place 
1 Holt Thomas H, notary public, 326 Mont 

HOLT WARRE\. map publisher 
and agent for Dixon's Everlasting 
Axle Grease, 717 Montgomery 

Holt Ziba, real estate broker, 230 Mont 

Holtermann & Hollings, (John Holter- 
mann and D Hollings), groceries and 
liquors, 2201 Pine 

Holtmeier Henry, groceries and liquors, 
\K cor Filbert and Taylor 

Holz Loms. teacher music. 1423 Hvde 

IIOMH AID LOAX ASSOCI- 
ATES, Otto Esche secretary, 320 
Sansoin 

Home Fire Insurance Co, (Columbus), 
Hutchinson & Mann agents, 822 Cal 

Home Insurance Co, (New York), Arthur 
E Magill general agent, 323 Cal 

Home Mutual Insurance Co, Charles B 
Storv secretary, 406 California 

Homeier Max, tea( her zither. 14o> Mi~< 

II O M E O P A TIIICPH AR 
3IACY, Boericke ft Tatcl propn, 
234 Sutter 
jHongKonu- & Shanghai Banking Corpora- 
tion, Wm H Harries agent, 415 Cal 
I Honig M Mrs, dressmaker, 513 Franklin 
■Honig & Baruch, (Nathan Honig and 
Simon Baruch), proprs Pacific Manu- 
facturing Co, 30^ 2nd 

BonlgBherger C Mrs, fancy u'oods, 625 
Larkin 

Bonigsherger Louis, cigars, NE cor Bush 
and Battery 

Honigsbcrger Solomon, cigars, NW cor 
Commercial and East 

Honn Joseph I, real estate, 419 Pine 

Bood P B, attorney at law, 606 Clay 

Hook Brothers. (Albert Wand Joseph F) 
fancy goods, 34 6th 

Hcok Charles, butcher, SW cor Union 
and Mason 

Hooker John D, boots and shoes, 537 
Market 

Hooker Richard (', stockbroker, S I 

Hooper C A \ Oo, (George WBooper), 
lumber, NE cor 4th and Channel 

HOOPER F P A J A. wholesale 
lumber and propn Trinidad Mills 
(Humboldt C"i, pier 2'. Steuart 

Hooper Mary A IffB, millinery, 1156 

Folsom 
Hooper Wm B, (agent J U Ball I I 

Kona), 124 California 
Bopken L I (Luder Bopken and 

Henr] Raachen), ship ohand 

Da\ is 
Ib.pkiii- C 1. pres California Insurance 

Co, 818 < :.iif.>rn ; a 
Hopkins E W, treasurer I' B B, cot 

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Hopkins Geoive W, mining, 419 Cal 
HOPKIX8 PETER, billiards, 

wines and liquors, 13 New Mont 
Hopkins Robert D, mining secretary, 240 

Montgomery 
Hopkins Thomas J, liquor saloon, 623 

Davis 
Hopkins William S, exchange broker, 326 

Montgomery 
Hoppe Carl, blacksmith, Berry nr 4th 
Hoppe Joseph, tailor, 641 Pacific 
Hoppe Reinhold, cutlery, 313 Pine 
Hoprsenzitz M, bootmaker, 313 Montgom- 
ery Ave 
HOPPER S E, glass cutting, bend- 
ing and staining, 45 Fremont 
Hopps Nellie Miss, landscape painter, 

729 Montgomery 
Hopps & Sons, (Charles, Charles E, George 

H and Frank W), hou.je-painters, 429 

Pine 
HORABIX THOMAS, liquor sa 

loon, N\V cor Sacramento and Mason 
Horan M S, attorney at law, 636 Clay 
Horgan Hannah Mrs, millinery, 128 6th 
Horgan Thomas, provisions, 14 Grand 

Central Market 
Horigen M J ft Bro, ( James Horigen), 

plumbers, 1612 Leavenworth 
Horigen William, groceries and liquors, 

1612 Leavenworth 
Horn Alfred F, fruits, 2255 Mission 
Horn Jerome, physician. 3^4 Post 
HORN JOH\ C, liquor saloon. 3 

Broadway 
Horn John W, livery stable, 1620 La- 

guna 
Horn R G, stockbroker, 324 Pine 
Hornberg-, A P, tailor, 441 Bush 
HOKXE BAMEY, wholesale cat- 
tle butcher, 5 1st Ave 
HOME WALTER J, propr Cal- 
ifornia Elastic Truss Co, 720 Market 
Horner Charles W, physician SW cor 

Sutter and Hyde 
Horner John, bootmaker, 1242 Folsom 
Horner & Fox, (C W Horner and J A Fox), 

drug , etc, 147 3rd 
Hornung Jacob, butcher, lOOii Pacific 
Hornung Rudolph F, piano maker, 813 

Market 
Horst Herman H, restaurant, 218 San 
HORSTMAM HEXRY, propr 

Precita Valley House, SW cor 30th 

and Mission 
Horstmann John, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Bush and Powell 
Hosie Susan, dressmaker, 2206 Mission 
Hosmer D M & Co, stockbrokers, 321 

Montgomery 
Hossack Alfred, artist, 103 Montgomery 
Hoasack Louise Mrs, teacher music, 309 

O'Farrell 



HOTALIXO A P A CO, import 

ers and jobbers wines and liquors, 

and agents J H Cutter bourbon whis 

key, 429-437 Jackson 
Hotel de France, Florentine Borel propr 

637 Pacific 
Hotel des Alpes, Paul Blanc propr, 621 

Pacific 
Hotel Gazette, William P Harrison propr 

518 Sacramento 
HOTEL, REGISTER CO, (Pacific 

Coast), D Hicks & Co proprs, 543 

Clay 
Hotel Rh in, Louis Miller & Co proprs, 

Claus Gerken manager, 909 Kearny 
Hottua & Hansen, (Nicholas Hottua and 

Andrew Hansen), carriage manufs, 

715 Folsom 
Houette Constant, sausages, etc, 205 6th 
Hough John, liquor saloon, 1 Mason 
Houghton Roscoe E, attorney at law, 315 

California 
Houghton James F, pres Home Mutual 

insurance Co, 406 California 
Houpt Charles H, druggist, NW cor 11th 

and Railroad A\cs 
Hourcade John, wines and liquors, 1909 

Geary 
House Edward, hair-dresser, 3008 Miss 
House William M, hairdresser, 266 1st 
House W M Mme, millinery, 308 6th 
HOIJSEWORTH THOMAS A 

CO, opticians and photographers, 

12 Montgomery 
Houston James, bootmaker, 103 9th 
Houston R T, tailor, 324 Dnpont 
HOUSTON W J & CO, (WF 

Berry), merchandise and commission 

brokers, 205 Front 
Houston & Cook, (A Houston and P Cook) 

coffee saloon, 7 Market 
HOVET ALBERT A, groceries 

and liquors, 221 Tyler 
Hovey Frederick A, painter, 1329 Bush 
Howard C Greenwich, attorney at law 

724i Market 
HOWARD CHARLES WEBB 

president Spring Valley Water 

Works, 516 California 
Howard Estate, A W Bowman agent, 318 

California 
Howard Frederick P, real estate 328 

Montgomery 
Howard George, liquor saloon, 411 East 
Howard M A Mrs, milliner, 24 Kearny 
Howard M B, solicitor, 213 Sansom 
Howard S J Mrs, tailoress, 622 Clay 
Howard R A Mrs, physician, 334 O'Far- 

rel 
Howard S J Mrs, bakery, 336 17th 
Howard Volney, solicitor, 213 Sansom 
Howard & Dewar, (Henry C Howard and 

John Dewar), coffee saloon, 345 Bush 



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Howe Machine Co (The), 1) S MotQton 

agent, 837 Market 
Howe ft Chessman, (Marcus P Howe and 

Joseph Chessman), commission mer- 
chants, IS Market 
Howe & Hall, (Robert Howe and Robert 

Hall), produce merchants, 403 Davis 
Howell Harry W, boots and shoes, 1139 

Pacific 
HOWELL JOSEPH L,. stationer 

and manuf blank books, 624 Mont 
Howell L \' B, mining secretary, 31S Pine 
Howell M C, cigars, 616 Montgomery 
Howell M D, mining, 330 Pine 
Howell X Burr, accountant, 123 Cal 
Howell Thomas, pastor Advent Christian 

Chapel, res 20 Oak 
Howes George & Co, (Jabez Howes), 

shipping merchants, 302 California 
Howes William, carpenter, 1124 Mission 
Howes ft Pitts, (John Howes and George 

H Pitts), commission merchants, 506 

Sansom 
HOIVLWD CLAREXCE P & 

CO. propra N V Market, 28 4th 
HOAVLAX1) RICHARD S. < m 

mission merchant. 206 Front 
HOWLAM) RIFIS, pattern 

maker, 259 1st 
Howlett Martin, Hquor sa'^on. 110 Jack 
Howse Henry L, oil stoves, So'9 Market 
Hoy Alexander, stoves and tinware, 1012 

* Stockton 
HUAXT PAUUIXE, wines and 

liquors, 305 Montgomerv Ave 
HIBASH UARSEX A WIU- 

SOX. (Joseph Hubash, P C Darken 

and W Wilson), watches, diamonds 

and jewelrv, NW cor Kearny and 

Sutter 

HI IS I! Alt I > C VAX DY(K, 

mining secretary, 203 Bash 
Hubbard EbenezerH, ladies' hair-dresser, 

923 Market 
Hubbard George A, dentist, 230 Kearny 
Hubbard H H, physician, 22 Geary 
Hubbard H W, sewing machines, 667 

HUBBARD J B SO\S & CO 

(Eugene A), kerosene goods and sil- 
ver-plated ware, 122 Front 

Hubbard A S, real estate agent, 531 Cal 

HIKKELL SAMUEL, T, cooper, 
17 Merchant 

Huber Charles, hair-dresser, 2) 07 Polk 

Huber Henry, wines and liquors, 417 
Rush 

HUBERT JOSEPH, wholesale 
dealer wines and liquors, 1330 
Stockton cor Vallejo, see a<!\ 

Huck & Conrad (Valentine Huck and 
George Conrad), hair-dressers, I298rd 

Hucks J George, photographer, Bll Mkt 



Hudson Annie Mrs, furniture, 1003 How 
HlD§OX H C\ manuf genuine 

Hudson's mustard and olive oil, 124 

Main 
Hudson & Venable (George Hudson and 

Simeon Venable), attorneys at law, 

87 Montgomery Block 
Huerne Prosper, architect, 126 Ktarny 
Huerstel Laurent, cigars, 73^ 4th 
Hueter Brothers ft Co (Ernest L and Gus- 

tave), varnishes, brushes, ftc, 12 2nd 
Huettmann Theodore J, propr Huett- 

mann Hotel, cor Market, Polk and 

Fell 
Huff George R, cigars. 410 Polsom 
Huffman E C Mis. dies>niaker, 331 Geary 
Huf-chmidt Frederick, furniture etc, 

323-325 Pine 
Hufschmidt L & Bro (Henry), plumbers, 

637 Clay 
Hughes Arthur, manager San Francisco 

and North Pacific R R Co, 426 Mont 
HUGHES E t\ book and job printer, 

;"'il Bansom 
Hughes E E, real estate agent, 724 £ Mar- 
ket 
Hughes E O, commission merchant, 12 Cal 
Hughes H & Co, merchandise brokers, 22f 

Front 
Hughes James L, attorney at law. 76 Ne- 
vada Block 
Hughes James G. stock broker, 14 Leid 
III 4.11 KS JOIIX. builder and supt 

Abbott Paving Works. 22 Mont 
Hughes John J, butcher, 4S Center Mkt 
Hughes J W, propr Hughes House, 503 

Folsom 
Hughes Patrick, liquor saloon, 140 2nd 
Hughes Rienza, propr St Davids Lodging 

House, 715 Howard 
Hughes W A, wines and liquors, 515 Clay 
Hughes William, laundry, . r >3"> Missii n 
HH.MES WILLIAM H, liquor 

calorn, 43 Sacramento 
Hughes & Brennan (M B Hughes and 

\v Brennan), liquor saloon, 133 4th 
Hughes ft Edson (Mrs ¥ M Hugh 

Hughes and < A Edson), Custom 

House brokers, •"< 4 Pair rj 
Hughes ft Eoie\ (John Hughes and 

Mi. la 1 E..1. y), bakery, 63 4th 

Huuhev William P, painter, 114Q Market 

Hugot Francis, gilder, 1011 Stockton 
Huguenin Julius c, watchmaker, 

II I H \ A LKKIIAitDT (E 

Huhn and (' H Luckhardt), proprs 
Nevada Metallurgical Works, tt 

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Hukes Nicholas, wines and liqu 

Sutter 
Hull Jessie, bakery, 211 18th 

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HUMBERT JOSEPH, liquor 
saloon, 120 Montgomery Ave 

Humboldt Brewery, Noethig & Turk 
■oroprs, Mission near 15th 

Humboldt House, Charles and William 
Durein proprs, 1309 Stockton 

Humboldt Savings and Loan Society, 
TAdolphC Weber president, A Hart- 
mann secretary, 18 G ary 

Humboldt Steamship Co, Searles & Stone 
airents, 22 California 

HUME GEORGE W, salmon ship- 
ping and commission merchant, 313 
Front 

Humes R D & Co (Samuel Elmora), 
commission merchants, 309 Sac 

Hummel George, dry goods, 1434 Market 

Hummel John, furniture, 257 4th 

HUMORIST (The), Max Burkhardt 
propr, 622 Clay 

Humphrey James, groceries and liquors, 
516 Geary 

Humphrey John, tailor, 227 Hayes 

Humphrey Patrick H, physician, 212 
Kearny 

Humphreys John T, attorney at law, 515 
Kearny 

Humphreys William P, ex Citv and 
County Surveyor, Old City Hall 

Hunt Aaron B, attorney at law, 302 
Montgomery 

Hunt D D, druggist, SE cor 5th and Fol 

Hunt George H & Co, stock brokers, 209 
Sansom 

Hunt James, stationery, 1733 Market 

Hunt J D, stock broker, 331 Mont 

Hunt J J Mrs, proprss Washington Block, 
7 Montgomery Ave 

Hunt J L, stock broker, 513 California 

Hunt John Jr, Judge Superior Court, 
Old City Hall 

Hunt Jonathan, Son & Co (S O Hunt, 
Thomas A Mitchell), insurance agts, 
313 California 

Hunt & Jenkins (William Hunt and John 
Jenkins), boots and shoes, N s Fil- 
bert bet Web.-.ter and Fillmore 

Hunter B C, furniture, 1518 Polk 

Hunter & Shackelford (William Hunter 
and Thomas J Shackelford), brick 
manufs, 310 Pine 

Huntington F A, propr Globe Iron 
Works, 145 Fremont 

Huntington Hopkins & Co (C P Hunt- 
ington, Charles Miller, Albert Galla- 
tin and W R S Foye), wholesale 
hardware, junction Bush and Market 

Hl\TIX(;TO\ T & KERRI- 
GAN (T J Huntington and P Ker- 
rigan), liquor saloon, 236 Brannan 

Hard Graham, liquor saloon, SW cor 
Howard and Russ 

Hurlbrink Ernst J, liquor saloon, 521 1st 



HIRLBIRT E T M, M D, phy- 
sician, S50 Market 

Hurley Michael, liquors, 213 6th 

Hurley Patrick, liquor saloon, San Bruno 
Road bet 26th and 27th 

Husing Alb°rt, groceries and liquors, NE 
cor 5th and Mission 

Hussey A C, carpenter, 618 California 

Hussev C B, millinerv, 845 Valencia 

HUSSEY H P & CO importers 
and commission merchants, 205 
Front 
HUSSEY JAMES U, mining, 402 
Montgomery 

Hussey Joseph W, minin?, 318 Pine 

Hussev S A, Mrs, dressmaker, 1706 Larkin 

HUSSEY & CO (F W Hussey, 
George Hohlenberg and W J Shee- 
han), proprs Union Pacific Express 
Co, 409 East 

Husson Paul, wholesale sheep butcher, 
535 Clay 

Hustcl A, collector, 331 Montgomery 

Husted V M, attorney at law, 60 I Mont 

Hunted G M, confectionery, 1503 Steiner 

Hutohin^rs James M, seeds, 120 Sutter 

HUTCHIXGS & CO (D F Hutch- 
ings and D M Dunne), oil and com- 
mission merchants, 517 Front 

Hutchins C B, phvsician, 236Tavlor and 
930 Clay 

Hutchins Edward P, mining engineer, 
240 Montgomery 

Hutchins James M, dentist, 737 Market 

HUTCHIXS & RICHARD- 
SOX, (L W Hutchins and S W Rich- 
ardson), groceries and liquors, SW 
cor 24th and Bryant 

Hutchinson David, propr Eureka Lodg- 
ing House, 624 Commercial 

Hutchins >n E I, attorney at law, 504 
Kearny 

Hutchinson John, stockbroker, 5 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 

Hutchinson, Kohl, Philippeus & Co,(H W 
Hutchinson, W Kohl, A Philippeus, 
John F Miller, Loais Sloss, Lewis 
Gerstle, Mark Livingstone, Gustave 
N'icbaum and August Wasserman\ 
shipping and fur merchants, 310 San 

HUTCH1XSO X R I C HAR D, 
produce merchant, 122 Clay 

Hutchinson W, hav and grain, 1623 Mar- 
ket 

Hutchinson William, hair-dresser, 724 
Brannan 

Hutchinson & Mann (C I Hutchinson and 
H K Mann), insurance agents, 322 
California 

Huth Carl, bootmaker, 729 Union 

Hutter John, tailor, 19 4th 

Hyama Brothers, (Edward and William), 
wholesale clothing, 109 Sansom 



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Hvams George J S, clothing, :Ai Wash 
Hyatt T H Jr, short hand reporter, 604 

Merchant 
Hvde F A, attorney at law, 623 Com 
HYDE GEORGE H, attorney at 

law, 41H California 
HYDE HEXRY C, attorney at 

law, 411A- California 
Hyde William H, housemover, 18S7 Miss 
Hyde & Casey, (Charles Hyde and James 

Casey), wood & coal, S10 Leav 
Hyde ft "Chester, (William H Hyde and 

Henry Chester), housemovers, 645 

Mission 
HYLAXD JOSEPH B. manuf 

trunks, valises, etc, NW cor Butter 

and Montgomery 
flyman Bros. (Hyman W, Henry W and 

Michael;, commission merchants, 123 

California 
Hyman Leon, hair-dresser, 2 6th 
Hyman Leon, fruits, 2U4 3rd 
Hyman M & Co, (Samuel Stiner), whole- 
sale clothing, 518 Market 
Hyman Morris, furniture, 606 Broadway 
Hyman N I, jewelry, fancy goods etc, 3u" 

Kearny 
Hyman Wolf, pawnbroker, 16 Kearny 
H YXARD ALOXZO P, boarding 

stable, cor 12th and Mission 



Ibirg William M, groceries and liquors, 

5 Bclden Plare 

Igstaedteo Bernard, manufacturers agent, 
424 Sacramento 

[Jams W E Ucv'd, pastor Green St Con- 
gregational Church, res &12 Green- 
wich 

Iken Fred, commission merchant, 525 
Front 

lis John G, propr Jackson Foundry, S14 
Kearny 

Imelli Max. liquor saloon, -".] Market 

[mbaus & Triebel, (Emile J Imhaus and 
Loni8 Tricbcl), hardware, 227 ETayes 

niHOFF 8AMUEIi«, stoves and 
t i ware, S19j 5th 

[mmeJ August J, stat'onery and toys. 
164 1 Mission 

Imperial Fire Insurance Co, (London), 
Robert Dickson manager, -'517 Cal 

Ind Thomas, carpenter, 1500 Turk 

lXDIAXAIMMilS (II UK 
MA\IF\(TlKIXi; CO, (K 
Rentchler,C Wollpert and .1 Schwerdt ) 
manuf furniture and chairs, Bales- 
rooms, 160 New Mont and H24 Mar 

Industrial Iron Works, McCormick, Lewis 

6 Co proprs, 233-285 Besie 
Ingalsbe M E Miss, designer, 6< «'> Mont 



IX<;ERSOLL <■ i;oit<. I . 8. stor- 
age and commission, llol Battery 

Ingersoll H H, physician, 323 Geary 

Ingham Mary, cigars, 1151 Mission 

Inglewood House, 126 5th 

OfcrUS JOHX S. agent Blae Line 
Transportation Freight Co, 22 Mont 

Ingraham Henry, attorney at law 41l£ 
California 

Innes ft Co, (A Innes ami F Beverly) Ala- 
meda and S F Express, SIS East 

Inselmann Heniy, fruits, 446 3rd 

Inslee ft Joseph,* (Geor-e W lnslce and M 
J Joseph), cigars, 828 Pine 

Insurance Co of North America (Phila- 
delphia), Jonathan Hunt, Son & Co 
managers, 313 California 

IXTERXATIOXAL HOTEL, 
H C Patridge propr, 824 Kearny 

Iredale A S, plumber, 067 Mission 

Irc'.an William Jr, assayer, 47-48 Mer- 
chants Exchange 

Irelan Win Mrs, ait'.-t, 126 Kearny 

Irmscher H, bootmaker. 204 2nd 

Irvin H R, collector, 531 California 

Irvin R J, carpenter. 1925 Fillmore 

Irvine James, capitalist, 330 Pine 

1RY1XE WI I,LI AM O. cigars and 
tobacco, 118 4th 

Irvine & Le Breton, (William Irvine and 
A J Le Breton), attorneys at law, 217 
Sansom 

Irving Henry P, attorney at law, 47 Mont- 
gomery Block 

Irving Samuel, gents' furnishing goods, 
219 Montgomery 

Isaac George, "cigars, 236 6th 

Isaac Lewis, furniture. 109 Qeary 

Isaac Morris, tailor, 689 California 
Solomon, clothing, 41? Pacifle 

Isaacs A. clothing, ^-'.> Kearny 

Isaacs Benjamin, metal signs* 404 Mont 

Isaacs 11. doth 

Isaacs M J .v Co, (in liquidation . 

Isaacs Peter, hair-dresser, 412 Pacifle 

Isaacs s, clothing, S27 3rd 

- Samuel, clothing, 627 Pacific 

Isaacs Samuel ,v Bros, (Henrj and Alex- 
ander), dfj goods, 122 6tb 

Isaacson LenaMn, bakery, 116 Tyler 
n ft < !oh« n. (George J Is - 
Elias Cohen), watchmakers, 225 6th 

Iselbacher Samuel, hoots and shoes, 1414^ 

I 'owe II 
Is nbauek John, wines and Uqv 

Sacramento 
Isidore Isaac, furniture. 812 Monl 
1 SKA Eli CHARLES S. propr 

s.m Francisco Punch, BS8 Market 
Israel B Mrs, ladi >' underwear, I 

kct 

Israel J, clothing, 984 Dupont 
Israel Jonas, shirl manuf, 889 rush 



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Israel Simon, clothing, 356 4th 
Israelsky & Morris, (Keever Morris), pro- 
duce commission, 210 Washington 
Issendorf C F, grocer, 301 Howard 
Isson Samuel, watchmaker, 401 Pacific 
Isthmus House, W J. Bailey propr, 54 1st 
Ivemeyer & Dunker, (Henry Ivemeyer 
and Adolph Dunker), liquor saloon, 
S\V cor Commercial and Battery 
Ives G I, stock broRer, 402 Montgomery 



Jaccard David H, watchmaker, 431 Hayes 
Jacks E, restaurant, 1035 Howard 
Jacks Robert, liquor saloon, SW cor 22nd 

and Potrero Avenue 
Jackson A, contractor, 810 Jones 
J A CKSOX ALEXANDER 

propr Jackson Hotel, 68—68 Oregon 
JACRSOX BYROX, agricultural 

machine works and foundry, SE cor 

6th and Bluxomti 
JACKSOX OAVIB B, ticket 

agent Pacifi Coast Steamship Co, 214 

Montgomery 
JACKSOX HOTEL, Alexander 

Jackson propr, 68 — 68 Oregon 
JACKSOX J (*, manuf and dealer 

redwood lumber and propr Caspar 

River Mills (Mendocino Co), Pier 4 

Steuart 
Jackson P H &Co, manuf Hyatts' Patent 

Illuminating Pavement," 2 California 

factory 116 Beale 
Jackson Richard W, abalone jewelry, 614 

Market, factory 411 Clay 
Jackson Thomas W, mauuf agent 12 Cal 
Jackson Walter, liquoi* saloon, NW cor 

Clay and Davis 
Jacob Solomon, dravman, 300 Front 
JACOBE ALBERT, groceries and 

liquors, 501 Pacific 
Jacobi Leopold, collector, 426 California 
Jacobi Samuel, dressmaking, 1114 Stock 
Jacobs A Mrs, dressmaker, 1121 Powell 
Jacobs Abraham, pawnbroker, 613 Pac 
Jacobs David, clothing, 721 Sansom 
Jacobs George, bootmaker, 2013 Mission 
Jacobs H Mrs, ladies' underwear, 802 

Market 
Jacobs Henry, hats and caps, 324 Kearny 
Jacobs H S, tailor, 655 Washington 
Jacobs I & Co, (H Kirchner), fruits, etc, 

15-17 Bay City Market 
Jacobs Jacob, clothing &c, 19 3rd 
Jacob* Jacob, hair-dresser, 517 Montgom- 
ery Ave 
Jacobs Joseph, tailor, 4241 Broadway 
Jacobs Julius, insurance agent, 216 San 
Jacobs M & Son, (Morris and Simon), 

wholesale shirts, etc, 20 Sansom 
Jacobs Marks, tailor. 134 Shipley 



Jacobs M I & Co, c >mmission broker, 208 

Montgomery 
JACOBS WATHAJOJKI,, attor- 
ney at law, 3i> Nevada Block 
Jacobs Rachael Mrs, nurse, 803 Hyde 
Jacobs Solomon, cigars, 412 Hay«s 
Jacobs Solomon, ladies' furnishing goods, 

408 Kearny 
Jacobs & Co (J Jacobs), ladies' underwear, 

226 Kearny 
Jacobs & Easton, (Julius Jacobs and 

George Easton), insurance agents, 

216 Sansom 
Jacobsen Peter, groceries and liquors, 

2019 Mason 
Jacobson & Co (J Jacobson and C Gers- 

tenberg), restaurant, 826 Market 
Jacobson Monis, cigars, 213 Montgomery 
Jacobson Sigmund, cigars, 3 Market 
Jacobson & Co (Charles Jacobson and 

Adolph Peterson), fruits, 1400 Clay 
Jacoby Augustus, agent D Manheim 

(Eureka), 20 Sans. >m 
JACOBY HEXRY merchant, 320 

Sansom 
Jacoby Louis, insurance agent, 411 Cal 
Jacoby Louis, tailor, 539 Hayes 
Jacoby Philo, propr The Hebrew, 612 

Commercial 
JACOBY SADIE, groceries and 

liquors, 1222 Folsom 
I Jacqu'not F lime, laundry, 605 Post 
Jacquot A Mrs, ladies' nurse, 7 Prospect 

Place 
Jaenecke & Brune (J Jaenec'<e and D 

Prune), groceries and liquors, 401 3rd 
Jagels D, wines and liquors. 28 Stockton 
Jauer George W, hair-diesser, 703 O'Far 

rell 
Jatrou P Leon, restaurant. 522 Pine 
JAHX ALBRECHT, attornev at 

ia> , 606 Clav 
JAHX & FOSTER (Herman Jahn 

and Charles Foster), costumers, 121 

Stockton 
Jakobs John C, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Jackson and Buchanan 
James C A, real estate ayent, 402 Mont 
James David B, varieties, 1157 Mission 
James J G, wholesale butcher, 321 Kear 
James Minnie M'ss, dressmaker, 105 6th 
James William H, carpenter, 4K» O'Far 

rell 
Jameson Horace D, harness-maker, 306 

Market 
Jamison George Rev, pastor Second 

American Methodist Episcopal 

Church, res 1310 Vallejo 
Jamison James J, attorney at law, 411$ 

California 
Jamson L Mrs, dressmaker, 1320 Broad 
Jancovich Luco, coffee saloon, SW cor 

Davis and Clark 



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Jan'n Alexis, mining engineer, 310 Pine 
Janin Henry, m ning engineer, 327 Pine 
Janin Lous, mining engineer, 310 Pine 
Jansen Alexander, spring beds, &c, 946 

Howard 
JAKSEX 4*EOR«E A F, wines 
and liquors, NE cor 1st and Brannan 
Jansen P., watch ma :er, 320 Kearny 
JANSEN & THIELE, (Frederick 

Jansen and Julius Thiele), hats and 

caps, 118 6th 
JAXSOX EARS, groceries and 

liquors, 901 Post 
JANSSEX" F A, groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Mission and "23rd 
Janssen John, teacher languages, 417 Post 
Jantzen Frederick, crockery and glass- 
ware, 122 oth, 131 2nd and 641 Hear 
JAQ.IJOT HEXRY, architectural 

wood carver, SYV cor Miss and Fre 
Jarboe & Harrison (John R Jarboe and 

Ralph (.' Harrison), attorneys at law, 

2 j* > Montgomery 
Jardine J B, propr Atlas Iron Works, 135 

Bealc 
Jaretzki Mandel, tailor, 36 1st 
Jaretzky E Mrs, midwife, 1910 Larkin 
Jarman Hugh G, house-painter, 232 16th 
Janet J E, restaurant, 262 1st 
Jan is & Dutro (Thomas Jarvis & Joseph 

Dutro). liquor saloon, SE cor Pacific 

and Davis 
Jasper Ernst, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Jackjon and Powell 
Jastram & Sippcl (Fritz Jastram and F 

E Sinpel), liquor saloon, 638 Sac 
.1 A I.IO X E A Jk CO (Leon Cbas- 

sagnc), distillers and manuls syrups, 

liquors, cor dials and bitters. 430-432 

Jackson 
Jeannot Francois, landscape gardener, 

1312 Larkin 
Jeauneau P & Co (Frank Ramel), butch- 
ers, 67 Center Market 
Jeffers, Weils & Kipps (William H Jeffcrs, 

F F Wells and A K Kipps), Universal 

Copying Co, 43S Market 
Jefferson John W, attorney at law, 230 

Montgomery 
Jeffrav William, coal, etc, 204 California 
JEFERESS A 1EOOBE (James 

V Jeffrcss and A K Moore), comnuV 

sion merchants, 806-307 Washington 
Jcllings & Freeman (W Jellings and 

Charles Freeman) wines and liquors, 

634 Merchant 
Jellison V. F, Mines and liquora, NE cor 

Kearny and California 
Jenkins QW. dentifl . 1402 Hush 
.Ii:XKIXS JOSH FA, cigars and 

tobacco, r.31 East 
Jenks George H, physician and supt St 

Lukes Hospital, 120 O'Farrell 



Jennings D A, mining secretary, 401 Cal 
Jennings E Mrs, bakery, 127 (lough 
Jennings F A, whitener, 23 5th 
Jennings F R, bootmaker, 713 Mission 
Jennings J Mrs, dressmaker, 1012 Larkin 
JEXXIX^S JOI1X propr Hook- 
er's South End Warehouse, N\V cor 
Japan and Townsend 
Jennings Joseph C, insurance agent, 317 

California 
Jennings J T Mrs, stationery, 1049 Fol 
JEXXIXGS THOMAS, whole- 
sale groceries, 416-418 Sansom 
Jen nings William, lodging, 502$ Broad 
•JEXXIXXIS WILLIAM tailor, 

1002 Mission 
Jenny M L Mrs, furnished rooms, 23 

Stockton 
' Jensen Annie Miss, bakery, 37 f>th 
JEXSEX FREDERICK, gro- 
ceries and liquors, .\K cor Harrison 
and Reale 
Jensen Julius, liquor saloon, 1508j l*<>w 
| Jentzsch Leopold, hair-dresser, 441 6th 
Jerabek & Schley (Miss < Jerabek and 
Miss E Schley), ladies' hair-dressers, 
137 6th 
Jersey Farm Dairv, It Q Sneath propr, 

B37 Howard 
Jesse ifc Drew (George B Jesse and H M 
Drew), stair-builders, Berry bet 3rd 
and 4th 
I Jessen Henry H, dry-house, 225 Har 
| Jessup T C, dentist, 103 Mont 
Jewell J (J, physician, 2012 Mission 
Jewctt Jarvis," artificial legs, 20 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Jewish Progress, Abraham Seeligsohn, 

propr, 313 Kearny 
Jicha John, gunsmith, 619 Merchant 
Joachimsen Henry L, Justice Peace, Old 
City Hall and attorney at law, 418 
California 
Joachimsen Joseph P, attorney at law, 

418 California 
Jobmann Julius, wine- and liquors, BE 

cor Mission and 3rd 
Jobson w <;, coal, M3 F.u.di 
Joehim Jacob, liquor saloon, 5J8 Sac 
Jofre Adelaide Miss, dressmaker, 742 

Broadway 
Johannsen Frederick, groceries and 

liquor*, XK cor CParrell and 
JOHAXXSEX A PETER] i 
Johannsen and H Peteri), dairy pro- 
duce, 82 California Market 
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co 
(Boston, Mass). . i 8 Byjngt on, general 
agj iit, 1 17 < laufornia 
John William, cigars, 128 Dupont 
Johnson Adobphus l>, bootmaker, 426 

Ha\ es 

Johnson A s, painter, 1209 Polk 



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Johnson Charles, restaurant, 189 16th 
Johnson Christian, liquor saloon, SW cor 

Sacramento and Drumm 
Johnson Eric A, propr Mechanic's House, 

cor Berrv and Madden 
JOH\'SO\ FRAXCIS, attorney 

at law, 25-26 Montgomery Block 
JOHXSO\ FRED I>, physician, 

828 California 
Johnson George, wood and coal, 1937 

Howard 
Johnson G H, boarding stable, 15 Stev 
Johnson Gustav, liquor saloon, 1 Com 
JOHXSOX HARRY S, liquor 

saloon, SW cor Broadway and Mont 
Johnson Henry, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor California and I.arkin 
Johnson H P, bootmaker, 18 Anna 
Johnson James, fruits, 1501 Devisadero 
Johnson J C & Co (John M), wholesale 

harness and saddlery, 12-14 Pine 
Johnson John, bootmal er, 75 Minna 
Johnson John, cigars," SW cor Washing- 

t m and Drumm 
T hnson John, hair-dresser, lOOOt Market 
Johnson J W Mrs, boarding, 19 Com 
Johnson M Mrs, clothing, 990 Folsom 
Johnson Otto, groceries and liquors, 49 

Minna 
Johnson Otto, groceries and liquors, NE 

cor Broadway and Kearny 
Johnson P Mrs, fancv goods, 2512 Mission 
JOH XSOX PETER, liquor saloon, 

117 24th 
John- m Peter, restaurant, 7S3 Market 
Johnson Peter, wines and liquors, 218 

Montgomery Ave 
Johnson R J, livery stable, 2611 Mission 
J hnson Samuel, wood and coal, 321 7th 
| Johnson Sarah Mrs, bakery, 401 6th 
Johnson Sarah Mrs, coffee saloon, 1233 

Market 
JOHXSOX SIDYEY E, attorney 

at law, 523 Montgomery 
Johnson Warnor, mining, 320 Sansom 
Johnson William, boarding, 140 Folsom 
JOHXSOX WIEEEVM. liquor 

saloon, 819 Battery 
Jihnson William H, physician, 43 4th 
Johnson & Brown (P Johnson and Charles 

Brown), liquor saloon, NE cor How- 

ord and Steuart 
Johnson & Co, proprs Grand Hotel, SE 

cor Market and New Montgomery 
Johns m & Hermann (H Johnson and J 

Hermann), restaurant, 10 Sac 
Johnson & 01>en (William Johnson and 

John P Olsen), restaurant and liquor 

saloon, 902 Kearny 
Johnson & Schule (Frederick Johnson 

and F I Schule). manufs harness or- 

naments, etc, 5 Post 
John.t n Ellen, fancy goods, 314£ 5th 



Johnston H W, gravel, Berry near 5th 
Johnston Sarah Mrs, bakerv," 420 3rd 
JOHXSTOX d VEASEY (Louis 
W Johnston and Perley Yeasey), com 
mission merchants, 324 Davis 
Joice & Mason (E V Joice and James 
Mason), nctarys public, 6 Merchants' 
Exchange 
Jonas A (A Silverberg), wholesale butch- 
ers, 41-42 Washington Market 
Jonas Isaac A, watchmaker, 128 Pacific 
Jonas Nathan, auctioneer, 33 Kearny 
Jonasson S J, attorney at law, 302 Mont 
Jones Charles, mining, 302 Montgomery 
Jones Charles A, wholesale furnishing 

goods, 113 Sansom 
JOXES CHARLES C, grain 

broker, 214 Sacramento 
Jones Charles J, boarding, 631 Clay 
Jones David H, mining, 230 Montgomerv 
JOXES J>E WETT CL1XTOX, 

attorney at law, 213 Sansom 

Jones E H*& Co (Alexander Johnston, 

Daniel McLeod Jr, J O Whitney, 

Morgan Hill and E B Jones), fancy 

goods, 535 Market 

Jones Frank, iiquor saloon, 645 Merchant 

Jones Frederick F, wines and liquors, 338 

Kearny 
Jones H A, short-hand reporter, 426 Cal 

ifornia 
Jones Harrj', wood and coal, 245 Stev 
Jones H C Mrs, dressmaker, 153 9th 
Jones J J, carpenter, 322 Jackson 
Jones John W, dry goods, 24 6th 
Jones N W, photograph painter, 6 Eddy 
Jones', Rolufson & Co (Thomas H Jones, 
W H Rolufson and G M Robinson), 
photographers, 83S Market 
Jones S L & Co (Everett D Jones), auc- 
tioneers, 209 California 
Jones Thomas D, carpenter, 1120 Taylor 
Jones Thomas W, stevedore, SW cor' Pa- 
cific and Drumm 
Jones, Thompson & Co (J P Jones, J 
Thompson and'W Chalmers), ha y and 
and grain, 1535 Mission 
JO YES WALTER F, attorney at 

law, 606 Clay 
Jones William, groceries and liquors. 18 

5th 
Jones William, tiles, etc, 150 New Mont 
Jones William D, physician, 155 New 

Montgomerv 
JOYES WIEEI A M (1, liquor sa- 
loon, 413 Pine 
JOXES & CO (C G Jones), clothing, 

714 Market 
Jonts & Co (Michael P Jones and Eugene 
B Beck), wholesale u-r icers, 220 Front 
JOYES & JAHY (Walter F Jones 
and Albrecht Jahn), law and collec- 
tion, 606 Clay 



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hardware, 37 11th 
Joost Hermann, commission merchant, 

410 Clay 
Joost Jacob, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Stockton and Francisco 
JOOST 31 . A BRO (H Joost), gro 

cedes and liquors, 701 McAllister and 

SW cor 14th and Xoe 
Joost Martin, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor 18th and Hartford 
Joostcns Charles, wines and liquors, 1017 

Kearny 
Jordan Jackson, restaurant, 605 Com 
Jordan James, wines and liquors, 316 3rd 
Jordan Joseph W, grain commission, 302 

Da\ is 
Jordan Louis J, physician, 211 Geary, 

and propr Pacific Anatomical Museum 

Hardie Plac- 
JORDAN M. importer diamonds, 

and manuf jewelr}-, 7 Kearny 
Jordon John, liquor saloon, 518 Mission 
Joxgenseo Sophie Mrs, beer saloon, cor 

Francisco ami Montgomery Ave 
Jory Bros (W J and J H;, shoe factory, 

23 Van Ness Av 
Joseph Adyle Mr*, dressmaker, 402 Sutter 
Joseph Angel, crockery, 929 Market 
Jose h Brothers (Isaac, Harris and Louis), 

clothing, 2-J9 Montgomery 
JOSEPH C HARL.ES, importer 

b<.o s and shoes, 316 Kearny 
Joseph J&aac, hair-dresser, 415 East 
Joseph J, tailor, 202 2d 
Joseph Nathan & Co, manufs' agent, 641 

Clay 

Joseph Wm P, wood and coal, 506 Post 
Joseph] Robert, watchmaKer, 048£ Mkt 
Josselyn Be njam in F, physician, 7 Stock 
JOSSFLVX II B A CO, Stewart's 

Family Sewing Machines, 28 New 

Montgomery 
JOSSiLYX J H, M I>, phvsician, 

226 Sutter 
Josselyn & Co (George M and Charles 

Josselyn), ship chandlers, 40 Market 
Jost & Adler (Charles Jost and A A Adler), 

proprs California Distilling Co, 321 

Battery 

Joubert VMme, laundry, 14] 2 Powell 
Jou lin C Mine, laundry, 40'.» suiter 
Joy Edwin AV, druggist, NE cor Post and 

Mas >n 

Joyce EdmondJiv ry stable, 721 Valencia 
Joyce Peter J, crockery, 111 6th 
Judd L G Richmond Mrs, printer, 424 

Montgomery 
Jl 1H> A €<> (CM Judd and P Brown), 

carpenters and builders, 1210 Polk 
Judge P, liquor saloon, 204 1st 
JI l>KI\S EDWII H, stoves, 

ranges and tinware, 2120 Mission 



Judson A, mining secretary, 320 Sansom 
Judson H H, druggist, NW cor Butte and 

Kentucky 
JIDSOXA SHEPAICH (Efcbert 

Judson and J L N Shepard), pr.prs 

S F Chemical Works and Sulphur 
Powdering Mill, 402 Front, work-, 
Fleming's Point, West Berkeley 
Jugassovicfa A, restaurant, 106 6th 
Jl'IL.IiERAT A E (M J Paillard & 
Co), manufs and importers musical 
boxes, 31 Post 
Jukes Thomas J, wines and liquors, 422 

3rd 
Juliam Charlotte Mrs, var^ty, 152S Dup 
Julitz H, liquor saloon, 612 Sacramento 
Jullien J & Co (Jules Jullien and Penn 

Martm), liquor Baloon, 617 Pacific 
Jonck Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 

1016 Clay 
Jund Henry, bootmaker, 535 California 
Jl'XCir J <D, blacksmith, shuttermaker 
and manuf Cheley's bottle-cork ma- 
chine, 110 Main 
Jung L Mrs, proprsa Oriental HoteL, SW 

cor Washington and Drumm 
Jun.-blut August & Co (C Traulsen), bil- 

liard-tabie manufs, 10-14 Tyler 
Junk Bros (George and Richa«*d), groce- 
ries and liquors, SE cor Sacramento 
and Prospect Place 
Junk r A R, teacher music, 727 Broadway 
Junker Charles, butcher, 135 Gougfa 
junker & Co (L Junker and Henry Ecks), 

butchers, 601 Fulton 
Jurgens Anton, cigars, 136 2nd 
Jury Louis, restaurant, 524 Merchant 



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Kaechelf & Roller (Michael Kaechele & 
Charles Roller), groceries and liquors, 
43'.) Fulton 
Kafka W, butcher, 925 \ Pokom 
Kahn Aar on, butcher, 845 McAllister 
K Vll\ ItltOS (Charles and Jules), 
merchants, (Hill's Ferry), 623 Market 
UAllX HKOS A CO (Julsa and 
Charles Kahn, A Gombrich, 3r, and 
a Qombrich, Jr), dry goods, 628 Mar- 
ket 
Kahn H, artificial dowers, 407 Kearny 
Kahn Joseph, bowling alley, 4io Pins 

Kahn L & M ll Co (C has Bierig), >'. atche> 

and jewelry. 112 Kearny 
Kahn Saniuel S, physii iaii, 215 Kearny 

KahnABrod (Hear} Kahn and Marcus 
BrodX optica] and mathnmatiral in- 
struments, 335 Bush 

Kahrs John, groceries ami liquors, 124 
1st 

Kaincaid Samuel, f::r: 



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tailor, 335 Bush 
Kaiser & Co (George Kaiser and Charles 

F Wagner), butchers, 17-19 California 

Market 
Kalb Peter J, bakery, 114 13th 
Kalisher Edward D, grain merchant, 321 

California 
Kalisky Charles, clothing, 109 2nd 
Kaliskv L, merchant tailor, 110 2nd 
RALLEXBERG THEODORE 

machinist, modelmaker and manuf 

dies and punches, 32 F remont 
IiALEOCII I $ REV. pastor Met- 

r ipolitan Temple and Mayor, New 

City Hall 
Kalmuk Moritz, cigars, 46 4th 
Kaltschmidt Oscar, artist, 1049 Mission 
Kaive'aice Clemcnce, groceries and liquors, 

121 "Franklin 
Kammercr & Koch (George Kammerer 

and Frank Koch), hair-dressers, 542 

California 
KAMPE F W, groceries and liquors, 

33 Natoma 
Kampner Yetta Mrs, furniture, 155 7th 
Kamns Frederick W, restaurant, 16 Cali- 
fornia and 23 Davis 
Kane Annie, stationery, 318 6th 
KA\E FRAXCIS B, physician 

and surgeon, 620 Market, res 338 

Eddy 
Kane James, groceries and liquors, 2Z4 

1st 
Kane John, groceries and liquors, 11 

Gilbert 
Kane John, liquor saloon, 14S Steuart 
Kane M, wines and liquors, 501 Howard 
RAXE OLEARY A CO (Michael 



merchant > Kaskel A, hatter, 423 Kearn}- 

RASKEL & BRO (Adolph and 

Morris), hats and caps, 617 Com 
Kasserman J F, patternmaker, 13C Main 
Kast & Co(L S Kast and Peter H Donks), 

boots and shoes, NE cor Market and 

Dupont 
Kastcns & Yack (L Kastens and S Yack), 

hair-dressers, 1102 Larkin 
Katz Frederick, butcher, 94-100 California 

Market 
Katz H Mrs, pianoforte teacher, 103 

Perry 
Katz Jacob, butcher, 7 Grand Central 

Market 
Kauffmann Frederick, groceries and li- 
quors, NE cor 5th and Clara and SW 

cor Valencia and 21st 
Kauffmann J, butcher, 407 3rd 
Kaufman Charles, mining engineer, 402 

Montgomery 
Kaufman S & Co, stock brokers, 304 

Montgomery 
Kaufmann Adam, bootmaker, 107 Jack 
Kaul Samuel, tailor, 105 Commercial 
Kautzman G, carpet weaver, 39 2nd 
Kavanagh & Campbell (John Kavanagh 

and Patrick Campbell), wines and 

liquors, 244 3rd 
Kay Samuel, house-painter, 1104 Howard 
Kavser Bros (Richard and Frank), wood, 

' coal, etc, 1118 Pacific 
Kavser M & Bro (Marcus and David), 

' clothing, 223 Montgomery 
Kayser & Klose (Fritz Kavser and Philipp 

Klose), proprs Turk St Hotel, 22-24 

Turk 
Keane Bros (James and Thomas), dr3 T 



goods, 107-113 Kearny 
Kane, Fergus O'Leary and Max Keaney Phillip, wagonmakcr, 966 Mission 
Gruenberg), importers and wholesale Kearney James F, tailor, 1122 Harrison 
dealers wines and liquors, 607-609 i Kearney M Theodore, manager Eaeterby 
Front Rancho Co, 12 Montgomery 

Kane T Mrs, liquor saloon, 1508 Turk Kearney P A, druggist, 501 Folsom 

Kane & Dougherty (John Kane and P E | Kearney Patrick, groceries and :iquors, 
Dougherty), printers, 412 Commercial 1601 Leavenworth 

and 411 Clay • \ Kearney Thomas H, real estate, 408 Cal- 

Kane & Heaney (Charles and Laurence ] ifornia 

Kane and Jno Heaney), butter, j Kearns Michael, wood and coal, 1523 
cheese, etc, 11 and 40 Center Market I Dupont 

KannST'esser Julius, sausages, 1409 Stock Keating & May (Thomas Keating and 



Kant Anton, tailor, 417? Sutter 

£j J Kaplan I, watchmaker, 409 Kearny 

<g .Kappke Henry F, groceries and liquors, 

PS &E or Union ami Mason 

S-t RARO SAMUEL, fancv goods, 45 

J2 I 3rd and 359i Tehama 

£» ! Karras & Brown (Max Karras and Sadie 

O J Brown), photographers, IS 3rd 

£\ Karstens Charles, grocer es and liquors, 

2> I NE cor Sansom and Jackson 

fg RASCHE WILLIAM, wines and 

»> I liquors, 18 Geary 



Gus May), plumbers, 2205 Mission 
Kedian P, plasterers, 608$ 19th 
REDOX MARTIXJR, junk, 319 

Davis 
Keefe D, liquor saloon, 155 4th 
Keefe David, liquor saloon, 148 4th 
Keefe & Co (Cornelius Keefe and Charles 

S Howard), draymen, 720 Sacramento 
REEGAX JAMES, plumber, 844 

Washington 
Keegan Patrick, groceries and liquors, 

422 Clementina 



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Keenan Charts, wines and liquors, 1154 

Market 

Keenan Patrick, bootmaker, '>08 Minion 
Keeney C C, physician, 12 Montgomery j 
Keency James W, physician, 20 Mont 
Kehlber^er Amedee, bakery, 119 7th 
Kthoe Catherine, fancy goods, 720 Bran I 
Kehoe John W, butcher, 115 9th and 33 

11th 

Kehoe Peter, bootmaker, 23S 3rd 
Kehne Thomas, ship chandlery, 471 

Drumm 
Keightlev Marv Mrs, dressmaker, 101 

O'Farrell 
Keil Frederick C, druggist, S\V cor Mar- 
ket and 4th 
Keith William, artist, 216 Bush 
Kelleher & Simpson (Jeremiah Kelleher 
and William Simpson), groceries and 
liquors, 3 U 4th 
Keller H & Co (M H Fay), publishers 

agents, 116 Poet 
Keller Joseph, groceries and liquors. 1.27 

Leavenworth 
Keller Mary A Mrs, portrait painter, 503 

Mason 
Kellett Charles, livery stable, 2614 Hiss 
Kellctt Samuel, plaster decorator, 763 

Market 
Kelley Brothers (George W and Calvin), 
wood and coal, cor Railroad and 12th 
Avenues 
Keller George W, stock broker, 326 Pine 
Keller James M. contractor, 633 Market 
KELLEY LEWIS president Me- 
chanics [ron Foundry, 217 1st 
K llev Louis, merchant tailor, 27 4th 
KELL1\<; * JIOORE, (Henry 
Kelling and William Moore), livery 
and sale stables, 42o Pacific 
Kellner Mcvcr. dry goods, 806 6th 
Kellogg Frank II. capitalist, 444 Cal 

. .1 G, capitalist, 314 California 
Kellogg M B, att >rney at law, 530 Cal 
Kelly E II Mrs, dressmaker, 632 Mission 
K lly c Mrs, dressmaker, 1729 Eddy 
Kelly Chaa E, notary public, 209 Bansom 
Kelly, Henders >n & Gilchrist CJohn Kel- 
ly, P Henderson and John Gilchrist), 
wholesale liquors, 8 19-311 Front 
Kcllv John, hair-dresser, 270 Brann.ui 
KELLY JOIIV wines and liquors, 
43 2nd 

Kelly John, liquors, 188 Jessie 
Kellv John J, fruits, 24 Dora 
KELLY JOSEPH, butcher, 1159 

Howard 
Kellv Martin, wines and liquors. 713 How 
KELLY MAUTI.V O, 1. 

loon, 1111 Howard 
Kelly Michael, horse-shoer, 206 8th 
Kellv Michael J, butcher, 1840 Ellis 
Kellv M .1. butcher, 8 Center Market 



Kelly Owen, wines and liquors, 1048 How 

Kcllv P, boots and shoes, 238 Kearny 

Kellv P, junk, 38 1st 

Kelly Patrick, bakery, 238 5th 

Kelly Peter, groceries and liquors, 235 

Fell 
Kelly Peter, liquor saloon, SE cor Point 

Lobo3 and Masonic Avenues 
Kelly Richard E, mining secretary 419 

California 
Kelly T Mrs bakery, 327 4th 
Kelly Thomas, livery stable, 639 Geary 
Kelly Thomas, livery stable, 1629 Pine 
Kelly W H, furnished rooms, 20.!, 5th 
Kelly William H, liquor saloon, NE cor 

Geary and Lark in 
Kcllv James R, A Co, wholesale paints, 

oils, etc, 101-105 Front 
Kelly & Egan (M H Kelly and John 
Egan), wholesale liquors, 604 Batt rr 
Kelly & Runnel l(G E Kelly and B F Run- 

ncll), photographers, 31 3rd 
Kelly Jr ft Shields (John Kelly Jr and 
Andrew M Shields), proprs Brooklyn 
Hotel. 210—212 Bush 
Kelm William H, butcher, 1226 Pacific 
Keltcr Bertha Mrs, ttney go > K 37 5th 
Kelterer Frederick, bakery, Es 

between 29th and 39th 
Kemm Joeeoh, collector, 32^ Mont 
Kemme G Mrs, bakery, 1700 Lear 
KEJIP .1 A CO, (William Ratcman). 
\v tod and ivory turner-, cabinet mak- 
es and ca rvers , I 1 9 Mis-ion 
KE1IP JOH\ H. importer upholst- 
er' g tods, 10 Post 
Kendall (' W, att >rncy at law. 330 Pine 
Kendall Frank I, merchandise broker, 225 

Fron t 
Kendall Benry A, lodgings, 852 Mark t 
Kend dl M V Mrs.dressni i 
KE\ l> A LL A K E I, I, O <- O 
(Stephen Kendall and Sheldon I Kel 

! Ji ). p it ntees and man 

dal '« Patent Quartz Mill, 818 Pine 
KEXEALY I> groceries and liquors 

NE i or flth and Brannan 
K FA E \ LY E L I % A 15 E T II 

fanc\ goods, NK c >r 8tb bj d Bran 
Kenitzer & Hum (Henrj and I 

Kenitzer and K T Raun), archite ts 

601 California 
Kenna P .1 (;. stock broker, 81 1 Mont 
Kennedy Dennis, gro c eries and liqu »rs, 

1023 Pierce 
Kennedy Edward, merchant t.i I 

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liKWEDY 1'RAXK, attorney at 

law, H Merchant 
Kennedy Bugh, boTseshoer, W - W 

nt > an 1 California 
K nnedy John B, tan j g 

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Kennedy K Mrs, bakery, 37 Clementina 
Kennedy Patrick B, dry goods, 232 Kear 
Kennedy Patrick J, stock broker, 106 Leid 
Kennedy Walt.r B, book and job printer, 

419 Pine 
Kennedy <fe Brennan (Philip Kennedy and 

John Brennan), dry goods, 116 3rd 
Kennedy & Durr (Thos H Kennedy and 
John Durr). dry goods, 834-838 Mkt 
KENXEDY & SPARK (George 
Kennedy and John Spark), proprs 
Los Gatos Lime Co, 53 Beale 
Kennelly Patrick, horseshoer, 1123 Mar- 
ket 
Kenney John, bootmaker, 509 Stevenson 
Kenney M, boots and shoes, 516 Com 
Kenney Michael, wines and liquors, Dun- 
bar Alley bet Wash and Merch 
Kennej^ Patrick, bootmaker, 237 Jackson 
Kenney & Dyer (Charles A Kcnnev and 

J P Dyer), stock brokers, 228 Mont 
Kuinty & GiJLtighan (Martin Kenney and 
Martin Gillighan), wood & coal, 127 8th 
Kenny John, blacksmith, 2313 Mission 
Kenny John, groceries and liquors, 1113 

Howard 
Kenny John, wholesale liquors, 605 Front 
Kenny John J, groceries and liquors, 1020 

Pacific 
Kenny Kcarn, real estate, 22 Kearny 
Kenny & Sheahan (John S Kenny and 
Maurice Sheahan), merchant tailors, 
691 Market 
K nrigh* J R Mrs. bakery, 315 Polk 
KEXT DAMEL M, mining secre- 
tary and collector, 330 Pine 
Kent James, wood and coal, 1907 How 
Kent R F, s.ock broker, 318 Montgomery 
Kent Thomas, fruits. 3^4 5th 
KEXTARO YAXA(;ilA, Con- 
sul Japan. 309 Jones 
KEXTF1ELD JOISX & CO 
(Charles Nelson), manuf lumber and 
proprs Eureka Mills (Humboldt Co), 
Pier 9 Stenart 
Kenyon C G, physician, 6C4 Mission 
KEOGH JOHX, importer upholst- 
ery goods and bedding material, 73-75 
New Montgomery 
Kerncr P, liquor saloon, SE cor Jessie and 

New Montgomery 
Kern Charles, wholesale butcher, 240 

Montgomery 
Kerr La\id, pi inter, 808 Market 
KKRR I>AVII>, carriage, wagon 

and truck manuf, 47-49 \ ca!e 
Kerr John, wood and coal, 1156 Folsom 
Kerr Mathew, liquor saloon, 111 Leid 
KERR WILLI A Jf, teamster and 

(ontractor, 903 Battel y 
Kerr & FarquharBon (James P Kerr and 
James Faiqul.aison,', billiard saloon, 
Hardie Place 



Kcrrison George, carpenter, 2126 Bush 
Kershaw M, coal and asphaltum, 17-19 

Spear 
Kertell Chas, wood caner, 227 Post 
Kerting Jacob, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Washington and East 
Keser Louis, clothing, 15 6th 
Kesseler J &F (Joseph and Francis), mar- 
ble works, 5-7 Taylor factory Brannan 

bet 5th and 6th 
Kessing J H, fish, 7 Clay Street and 79 

California Markets 
Keuileber Frederick W, liquor saloon, 

Market 
Kcwitz Charles, wines and liquois, 248 

Sutter 
Keyes O H, butcher, 50 Sti-uart 
Keyser Paul, produce merchant, 206 Clay 
Keyston Brothers (James W and William 

D}, whip manufs, 2629 Mission 
Keystone House, Frank Xicolaysen propr 

127 Jackson 
Keyt & Co, advertising agents, 506 Com- 

mercia, 
Khrone J, cabinetmaker, 522 Taylor 
Kidd George W, carriage painter, 56 

Bluxome 
Kiefer Charles, liquor saloon, 432 Broad 
Kiefer John, hair-dresser, 230 Bush 
K'ernan Charles, furniture, 231 16th 
Kierski George, cigars, 221 Sacramento 
Kihlmeyer Brothers (Jacob and Louis), 

liquor saloon. 809 Clay 
KIHX & R1XX (EKihn and J H 

Rinn), propr Fitth Street Furniture 

Manuf Co, 545-547 5th 
KilculUn Michael, laundry, 21 Freelon 
KILILAY JIICHAEL. propr Ea- 
gle Ex'-hange, SW eor 2nd and Miss 
Kilday William, stoyes, 1138 Howard 
Kilvington G, landscape gardener, 1900 

Polk 
Kimball Charles P, stationer, 519 Hayes 
Kimball E C Miss, nurse, 418 Brannan 
Kimball Proctor W, piano teacher, 519 

Hayes 
Kind Francis Miss, milliner, 1022 Stock 
Kind M W Mrs, dressmaker, 1019 Market 
King Dwight C, livery stable, 1608 West 

Mission 
King George F, dancing academy, 2131 

Mis>inn 
King Homer L & Co, stock brokers, 312 

Pine 
King James H, wood and coal, 1620 Stock 
King James L, notary public, 442 Cal 
Kl \<w JOHX, wines and lhuors, 26 

Turk 
King Jo cph L & Co, stock brokers, 406£ 

California 
KIX(» J J!». manager Pacific Chinese 

Employment Co, 616 Clay 
King Julia Mrs, liquor saloon, 113 1st 



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! Klein J, contractor. S s Ge mania bet 

Fillmore ami Steiner *Tj 

Klein John B, shooting gallery, 745 Miss {>■ 

KMJMI CHAKLES lounge O 

manuf, 148 Bluxome and617-619 Pran M 

jKlemm Hu^o, hair-dresser, 286 East |_£ 

jKlevcsahl E W, propr Post Street House. O 

■20" Poet 

Klewish J <>. Btock broker, 422 Mont *t3 

Klibbecb Gustavo, bootmaker, 522 Pa- £d 

Kiimlt Henry, cigars, 901 Kearny £eJ 

Kline A, fancy go ><ls, ,24 Market C3 

JKline Louis cc Co (Max Qeneberger), C/3 

wholesale hats, 110 Bush 
i Kline & Co (August Kline), wholesale) 

hats, 26-28 Battery 
Klinehaupt Abraham I, clothing, 109 fith >"3 
Kling A W, watches, 213 Jackson J-l 
Klinge William, tailor, 119 5th fed 
KLIXGER K H, fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 200 16th ^ 
Klinkner Charles A, rubber stamps, 320 o 



KI\(- MICHAEL, house and sign- 

painter, 311 Sutter 
King Michael L, bookseller. 205 4th 
K1X& OF XVIL.IiIAM C 
JAMES & CO (Charles J King 
and Isaac H Morse), manufs of her- 
metically-sealed goods. NW cor 
Broadway and Sansom 
;ving Philip, hair-dresser, 323 Pacific 
King William M, liquor saloon. 144 Steuart 
King & Chattin (James L King ami Ed- 
ward Chattin), notaries public, 442 Cal 
King& Rodgers (Cameron H King an<l 
Arthur Kodgers), attorneys at law, 
207 Sansom 
Kingwell James W, plumber, 502 Ellis 
Kinne Thomas H, groceries and liquors, 

301 Octavia 
Kinnev Patrick, tailor, 307 Minna 
KINSLEY JOSEPH W, publish- 
er Pacific Workman and Masonic 
Monthly, 39 Sutter 
Kip Wm I Bt Rev, Bishop Protestant 
Episcopal Church, res SW cor Frank- 
lin and Eddy 
Kirchman Henry, dairy produce, SW cor 

Stockton and Vallejo 
Kirk P E v attorney at law, 609 Sac 
Kirkmann R A, propr San Leandro Ex- 
press, 117 Market 
KIRWAX JAMES, manager Sea 

Wall Hotel, cor Kearny and Bay 
Kister & Vetter (George 'Kister and Au- 
gust Vetter), blacksmiths, 922 Bran 
Kitterman James, furniture, l-'U 
Kittle & Co (Jonathan G and Nicholas G 
Kittle and James Palache), shipping 
and commission merchants, 202 Cal 
Kittler Conrad, carpenter, 202 Powell 
Kittler Conrad W, cane-eater, 202 Pow 
KITTO ORLAXDO. groceriea and 
liquors, cor Solano and Minnesota, 
Potrero 
Kittredge E II & Co, doors, windows, etc, 

26-28 California 
Kittredge Jonathan, propr Phoenix Iron 

Works, 18-20 Fremont 
Kitzmuller Michael, carriagemaker, 850 

Howard 
Klaber George, wood and coal, 564) How 
Klahn John H, cigars, 418 6th 
Klain Nathan M, photographic vie 

McAllister 
Klarmann John, liquor Salo >n,San Bruno 
Road near Pie it a Ave 

Klaus John, tail t. 684 Pacifi • 
kLIF.V 1IEXRY. liquor saloon, 
225Claj 

Klein A Mine, dressmaker, 606 Post 
Klein A l> .v Bro (John II), groceries and 

liquors, 1059 Tyler 
Klein Ernst, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor FoJsom and 22d 



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Klintworth 1), propr California Journal. 

603 Washington 
JKliunak 11 M. fruit i, 506 Larkin 
KLOPPEXBlRi; 1IERMAX 

liquor salo hi, NW cot Commercial 

an I Dm mm 
Klopper Frederick, leather and findii 

26 O'Farrell ; S 

Klopper H nry, bootmaker, 121 Da' is j |3 
I Klopsto -k C & Co, cigar manufs. 212 Front -£* 
Klumpke John <;. real estate, 432 Mont 
Klumpp William, engraver, 235 Kearnj 
jKlunder John, groceries and iiqu >r-. BW 

c >r Jackson and Drumm 
Knack John, propr Philadelphia il us 

421-423 Bush 
'Knapp James R, general agent North Pa- 
cific Coast R R, foot of Clay 
Knapp Ludwttj, fruits, 1713 Market 12% 

Knapp & Mudge 'W A Knapp ami B ,CTi 

W Mudge), phts' Quartzi 

Mills, 81 Nevada Block 
Knarston John H, printer, 329 9ansom 
KXAUTH (ARL XV. 1 

loon and restaurant, BE corKi irnj 

and Pay 

Kneass D A, restaurant, 524-526 " - 
Kneeland James, llquqr saloon , 670 Hon O 
Knell J. te i h ■:- music, 1212 Miss] «n 5zJ 

Knight Ch tries M, 

--■ !I. ji urtrait painter, 6 i-3 

E lay £J 

Knight W W, i ip fx| 

man fWilli tm Knight and 

K Backman), wines and liq ion, m: (-j 

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Knipp inberg E i;. li i Jj> 

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Knoche H, groceries and liquors, 423 3rd 
Knoechel & Brand (Charles Knoechcl and 

John G Brand), hair-dressers, 621 

Montgomery 
Knoflach A, teacher languages, 228 Post 
Knoop Diedrieh, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Page and Octavia 
Knoop John, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor 16th and 2nd Ave 
Knopf Gottlieb, carpenter, 328 Montgom- 
ery Ave 
Knopp & Pfaff (Frank Knopp and Louis 

Pfaff;, dvers and cleaners, 1135 Fol 
K\ORP A F, manuf office, store 

and library furniture, 411 Mission 



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Knottner F, wines and liquors, NW cor 
Geary and Kearny 

!KnowIand & Doe (C F Doe), lumber, SW 
cor Spear and Howard 

! KXOWUES GEORGE B. whole- 
sale and retail lumber, SE cor Mission 
and Main 

Knowles Josiah X, shipping and com- 
mission merchant, 36 California 

K\OWLES SAMUEL E, M D, 
D D S, dentist, SE cor Post and Dup 

KXOWLES WILLIAM A, M D, 
D D S, dentist, SE cor Post and Dup 

Knowlton J Jr, Tourist agent, 2 New 
Montgomery 

Knowlton James J, propr Pacific Ink 
Factory, 617-621 Brannan 

Knowiton John S, dental laboratorv, 6 
Eddy 

Knownburg John, blacksmith, 2621 Jol 

Knox George T, notary public, 444 Cal 

Knox Henry E, dentist, 23 Post 

Knox Joh.i F, propr California Wool 
Warehouoe, Townsend bet 5th and 6th 

Knox S B, manager American B H O 

Sewing Machine Co, 1216 Market 
'BIX OX THOMAS R. official sten- 
ographer Superior Court, 126 Kearny 
. Knudscn & Ireland (J Knudsen and Wil- 
liam Ireland), merchandise brokers, 
123 California 
|Knust Henry, groc Ties and liquors, SW 

cor Folsom and 4th 
i Koch Adam, stoves, 807 Market 

KOCH CHARLES, wines and 
liquors, 300 Hayes 

KOCH EDWARD, groceries and 
liquors, 2201 Polk 

Koch George, bootmaker, 638£ Mission 

Koch Otto, carpenter, 4 College Place 

Koch William, propr Concordia Hotel, 
907 Folsom 

Koch & Rogers (William G Koch and H 
Rogers, sign-painters, 110 Geary 

Kochman Morris, stationery, 212 6th 

Kock Claus, propr New Atlantic Hotel, 
207 Montgomery Ave 

Koechler Adam, tailor, 1623 Fillmore 



KOEHLER AUGUST, manuf 

trusses, elastic shoulder-braces, etc, 

507 Kearny 
Koehler William, bootmaker, 2407 Cal 
Koehler & Ritter (Gotthard Koehler and 

Charles A Ritter), jpwelryand silver- 
ware- manufo, 26 Post 
Koehncke A, groceries and liquors, 121 

7th 
Koeller William, druggist, SE cor Taylor 

and Eddy 
Koelzcr A, hair-dresser, 1642 Mission 
KOEX FRAXK C, collector, 519 

Mont omery 
Koenig Anton, boots and shoes, 122 and 

403 Kearnj- 
Koenig Ferdinand, beer hall, 626-632 Pac 
Koennecke A Mrs, dressmaker, 155 Te- 
hama 
Koeper Frederick, boots and shoes, 519 

Montgomery Ave 
Koerber Henry & Brother (August), coal 

and charcoal, 17-19 Washington 
Koerner M, hair-dresser, 235 Kearny 
KOERXER S MRS, artistic em 

broidery, 940 Market 
Kohcn William, butcher, 43 Grand Arcade 

Market 
Kohlbecher Joseph, boots and shoes, 123 

4th 
Kohlberg M P & Co (Ferdinand Koenigs- 

berger), manuf 8 cigars, 218-220 Bat 
Kohlberg S, fancy goods, 40 6th 
Kohler & Chase (A Kohler and Q A Chase), 

musical instruments. 137-139 Post 
KOIILEK A FKOH1IUG 

(Charles and Henry Kohler), growers 

and dealers California wines and 

brandies, 626 Montgomery, branch 

SE cor Dupont and Sutter 
Kohlman Henry K, butcher, 15f!3 Franklin 
Kohlman Solomon, groceries, 216 6th 
Kohn Frederick, fancy goods, 1114£ Mkt 
Kohn Henry, groceries and liquors, 408 

Folsom 
Kohn I, merchant, 302 California 
KOI1X JACOB, cigars, Mercantile 

Lunch, 212 Sansom 
Kohn J S, mining, 331 Montgomery 
Kohnke John, cutler, 405£ Cailfornia 
Kohrn William, groceries and liquors, 1 

Franklin 
Kolkmann Herman, groceries and li- 
quors, 735 Geary 
Kollmver William A, picture framemaker, 

312 Post 
Kommer E, bootmaker, 623 Market 
Koneke A & Co (Ralph de Clairmont), 

commission merchants, 525 Front 
Koning Max, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Dupont and Fiibert 
Koopmann C Mrs. groceries and liquors, 

1507 Franklin 



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Koopmanschap & Co (Cornelius Koop- 
manschap), Chinese emigration 

agents, 62 Merchants' Exchange 
Kopankiewi z Andr.w, bootmaker, 1421 

Devisadero 
Kopke P, painter, 1305 Devisadero 
Kopsch A, attorney at law, (>14 Merchant 
Korbel F & Bros (Anthony and Joseph 

Korbel), manufs cigar boxes and lith- 

ographera, 303 Battery 
Korn Abraham I, hair-dresser, 545 Cal 
Korn & McCarthy (Joseph Korn and John 

W McCarthy), teamsters, 117 Battery 
Korniker Louis, mattressmaker, 972A 

Folsom 
Korts & Diercks CWilliam Korts and 

Frank Diercks), liquor saloon, 314 

(May 
Kos he R, theatrical hair-dresser, 420 

Bush 
Kosbland Brothers (Nathan and Max), 

commission merchants, 19 Sansom 
Koshland S & Co (J Koshland), wool 

and furs, 223 California 
Kosminsky Samuel, wines and liquors, 

SE cor 1st Ave and Kentucky 
Koster H, whol sale paints, oils, etc, 410- 

412 San sim 



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Koster John L, manager Pacific Vinegar 

Works, 323 Front" 
KOSTER .JOSEPH propr Avenue 

House, NE cor Geary and Central 
Ave 
K.OSTERIXCJ CHARLES, 

groceries and liquors, 1115 and 17SS 

Folsom 

Kottinger M, teacher music, 1403 Mission 
Kourner George, butcher, 612 19th 
Kowalski Saul, clothing, 91S Dupont 
Kozmiosky & Brother (Harmon ami <'i- 

mon), cigars and tobacco, 202 Sansom 

and 128 Kearny 
Krafft Ferdinand, coffee saloon, 423 Kear 
Kragen & Geist (Samuel Kragen and Wil- 
liam Geist), proprs Pacific Furniture 

Factory, 736 Bran nan 
Krakcr & Israel (M Krakcr and M Israel), 

manufs underwear, 523 Market 
Kramer Bernhardt, bakery, 630 Grove 
Kramer Fran/, bootmaker, 219 Davis 
Kramer Frederick, bootmaker, 81 Natoma j 
Kramer Frederick, butcher, 229 Fell 
Kramer Henry, bootmaker, 112 7th 
Kramer J, coffee saloon, 407 Dupont 
Kramer L, nursery and florist, N s Union 

bet Buchanan and Webster 
Kramer Louis .Mrs, florist, 1521 Polk 
Kramer William, groceries and liquors, 

501 Greenwich 
Kramer William J, hutchcr, 819 Jackson 
Kramer & Co (Henry Kramer), manuf 

ladies' underwear' 511 Market 



Kramer it Medley (C Kramer and J P 

Medley), butchers. 2113 Fillmore 
Krammererft Koch (George Krammerer 
and Frank Koch), hair-dressers, 542 
California 
Kraner Philip H, mining. 314 Mont 
Kraus D, sausages, etc, 812 Larkin 
Krause George, bootmaker, 1021 Pacific 
Evrauss Frederick, whitener, 227 Post 
KRAITSSE JOH\ E, wines and 

liquors. 229 4th 
Kregcr William B, carpenter, 115 Davis 
Kreling Bros (John and Joseph), propr 

Tivoli Gardens, 30 Eddy 
KREHER «J. propr San Francisco 

Zinc Foundry, 25 Jessie 
Krenz Oswald, tanner, NE cor Gough and 

Filbert 
Kretshmer W, plaster decorations, 16 

Tyler 
Kreuser Constance Mrs, embroiderer, 323 

Sutter 
Kreyc John L, liquor saloon, SE cor Jack- 
son and Battery 
Krieg Anton, tannery, San Bruno Road 

bet. 27th and 28th 
Kritzkey J A, vegetables, 4 Clay St Mar- 
ket 
Kroeger F ft Co, liquor saloon, 614 Mont 
Eroeger Herman, cigars, 19 Pacific 
Kroeger Hermann A, groceries and li- 
quors, 1600 Polk 
Kroeger W, butcher, 1202 Storkton 
KHOEXREA LITJEX8 (Henry 
Kroenkeand Herman Lutjens), gro- 
ceries and liquors, NE cor 28th and 
Mis-i -n 
KKOtiER FREDERICK A 
CO, manufs silver and plated ware, 
13 Trinity 
KROGER HERMAX, restaurant, 

405 Pacific 
KROOH F W A: CO (C A Krogh), 
manufs wind-mills, h wse-powers, 
tanks and pumps, 51 Bealc 
Kronenberg ft Wannenraachei (F Kronen- 
berg and R Wannenmacher), j>r. >j>rs 
United States Brewery, SEeor Frank- 
lin and McAllister 
Krouse Samuel, clothing, 4* 2nd 
Krouse Thomas E, liquors, NK cor New 

Montgomery and Mission 
Krueger A. wood engraver, 'Hi clay 
Krueget Joseph H. canemaker, 769 Mar- 
ket 
Krueger & Butterfield (George Krueger 
and F L Buttcvfield), blacksmiths, 
1108 Howard 
Kruezer Adam, cigars, 319 Sansom 
Krug Fannie Mrs, varieties', 242 Brannan 
Kmg Martin, wines and liquors, 172;i 

Mission 
Kruger Charles, tailor, 286] Mont Ave 



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Kruger Louis, cigars, 2246 Mission 
Kruger & Hollings (L Kruger and H Hol- 
dings), groceries and liquors, SE cor 
Geary and Mason 

JKJMJIi'L. ER\ST, shirtrnaker, 1071 
Brvant 

KRILL IiYDIA, fancy goods, 1071 
Bryant 

Kruse J Henry, hay, grain, etc, SE cor 
23rd and Shotwell 

KRUSE & EEXER (E Kruse, 
Emil Rohte and B Kirchoff), whole- 
sale grocers and commission mer- 
chants, 209-211 Front 

KUCKS CLAITS H, liquor saloon, 
129 Clay 

Kuh J, teacher music, 925 Tvler 

K.UH LEOPOLD, assayer, 611 
Commercial 

Kuhl H Mrs, teacher needlework, S07 
Larkin 

KUHL & LAXGPAAP (Max 
Kuhl and Charles Langpaap), proprs 
South Park House, 530 3rd 

Kuhlemann Charles, restaurant, 1737 
Mission 

Kuhlintr A, toolmaker, 549 5th 

KIHLKE & EliVIX (John H 
Kuhlke and Henry Eh in), wines and 
liquors, SW cor Mission and Bea'.e 

Kuhlmann Diederich, groceries and li- 
quors, NW cor Brannan and 4th 

Kuhimever L Mrs. cigars, 229 3rd 

Kuhn E^ tailor, 526 Hayes 

Kuhn George, propr Grand Central 
Hotel, 957-959 Market 

Kuhn William, liquor saloon, 1342 Bush 

KUMilEAXX, SAEZ & CO 
(Hut man Kuilman, Jacob Salz and 
Charles Hart), manufs and importers 
boots and shoes, and dealers hides 
and leather, 106 Battery 

Kullmann & Armer (L Kuilman and M 
A: mer), manufs cig-ars, 308 Sac 

Kunath Oscar, artist, 120 Sutter 

Kuner A, engraver, 611 Washington 

KVXIGK & HAGEMAO (R 
Kunigk and H Hagemann), hatters, 
329 Kearny 

Kunkler J E, physician, 514 Kearny 

Kunze & Brakmann (Otto Kunze and 
I- erdinand Brakmann), brush manufs, 
260 3rd 

Kupper & Heim (Benjamin Kupper and 
Charles Heim), liquor saloon, 211 
Market 

Kurpinski Paul C, butcher, SW cor 27th 
and Harrison 

Kurtz Adolph, groceries and liquors, SE 
cor Pols >m and 12th 

Kurtz A M, druggist, 199 Hyde 

Kurtz Andrew, cigars, 28 Clay 
iKurz Louis, bakerv. 215 2nd 



Kuse) Solomon A, shirt manuf, 806 Val- 
encia 

Kustel & Riotte (Henry and Guido Kus- 
teland Eugene N Riotte) metallurgi- 
cal works, 318 Pine 

Kutner Jo eph, cigars, 1306 Polk 

Kutner & Goldstein (Leopold Kutner and 
David Goldstein), manufs cigars, 419 
Eattery 

Kuttner N, dyer, 821 Larkin 

Kuttner N Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 821 
Larkin 

Kuttner Theresa Miss, feather manuf, 217 
4th and 821 Larkin 

Kutz G M & Co, stock brokers, 318 Mont 

Kuzanick Leopold, coffee saloon, 306 Dup 

Kyle Robert, liquor saloon, 304 Pacific 



La Brie G, physician, 1037 Mission 

La Caisse Generale (Paris), Hutchinson & 

Mann, 322 California 
La Confiance Insurance Co (Paris), Hutch 

inson & Mann, 322 California 
La Fleur V, bootmaker, 432 Bush 
La Fontaine Fritz, wood carver, 1218 

Jones 
La Malfa J F, purchasing agent, 15 Mont 

Block 
La Revista del Comercia, Casanova, Fair 

bank & Co, 320 Sansom 
La Solidarite French Mutual Beneficial 

Association, Alfred Rodouan sec, 729 

Montgomery 
LA VOCE »EIi POPOLO, G B 

Cevasco propr, 603 Wash ngt n 
I.A VOZ DEL. XUEVO MUX- 
DO, Felipe F Talavera propr, 625 

Merchant 
Laats Charles, groceries and liquors, 1011 

Harrison 
Labalme A, stationery, 609 McAllister 
Labarere-Mme, laundry, 1211 Howard 
LABKL HEXRY H. fruits and 

cider manuf, SE cor O'Farrell and 

Taylor 
Labhard J, nursery, 2R20 Post 
Labine O, liquor saloon, 641 Commercial 
Lacay Jean, restaurant, 623 Commercial 
Lacaze B, blacksmith, 414 Sansom 
LACHAPELLE J .T, manuf car- 
riages and wagon* and dealer second 

hand wagons, 230 Mission 
L.ACI1ER ISAAC, hides, kips, 

skins and tallow, 115 Drumin 
Lachman Abraham, clothing, 810 Mont 
I Lachman S & Co Cal wines and brandies, 

401 and 534 Market 
Lachman Saul, cigars, 229 Bush 
! Lachman & Jacobi (Abraham Lachman 

and Fredeii k Jacobi), Cal wines 

and brandies. SE cor 1st, and Market 



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Lachman & Sternfels (M Lachman and B 

H Sternfels), furriers, 129 Mont 
Lack en bach Charles, tailor, 226 Austin 
Lackman Herman, bootmaker, 210 Bran 
Lacoste Frank, restaurant, 617 Sac 
Lacoste John, wines and liquors, NW cor 

Montgomery Ave and Lombard 
LA(Y H, note broker, 321 Cal 
JLACY JOH\ O, tinsmith 
plumber, 305 8th 



Lake & Sweetser (Benjamin Laku and 
Charles H Sweetser),groceries and liq- 
uors, 995 Market 

Lakeman Adolph, groceries and liquors, 
XW cor Clemintina and 4th 

EAEAXI>E ARSEXE, jeweler 
and diamond setter, 420 Sutter 

Lallemant Julia Mme, laundry, 921 How 
and | Lamar Fire Insurance Co, (New York), 
Frank F Stone: agent, 20!) Sansom 



Lada Mary Mme, music teacher, 109 LiAMA R J B, attorney at law, 85-86 
O'Farrell Mont- >mery Block 

Ladd C D, gunsmith and shooting gallery NAJJAR T I)'s, carriage maker and 
821 Kearny blacksmith, 540 Valencia 

liAI>I> GEORGE S, pres Gold and i Lamb John, liquor saloon, 150 Steuart 
Stock Telegraph Co of Cal, 222 San ! Lambert Margaret, bakery, 749 Brannan 



Ladd P B, attorney at law, 629 Kearny 
Laeremans Frank, furniture, 52S Wash 
LAEWEX 11 E R 31 A X X , hair 

dressing and shaving, 672$ Mission 
Lafaix Emih Mrs, lare-cleaner, 320 Sut 
LAFAYETTE BREWERY. 

Grogan & Anstett proprs, 725-727 

Green 
Laffcy Edward N, shipping master, 508 

Battery 
Laffi Lucio, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

14th and Xatoma 
LAFL1X JAMES, shipping agent, 

NW ww Mission and Steuart 



Lambert & Doughty (E Lambert and Wil- 
liam Doughty), wool 3 Spear 

Lambert ft Greene, William Lambert and 
Charles Greene), manufs axle groano, 
144-148 Nal 

EAJIPE BROTHERS (Theodore 
C and William A), hair-dressers and 
baths, the Baldwin and Cosmopolitan 
Hotels 

Lampman Granville, liquor saloon, 720 
Pacific 

Lamson Geo F. auctioneer, 42.'. Kearny 

Lancashire Fire Insurance Co, Falkner 
Bell ft Co agents, 43' ' California 



LAFOXTAIXE A J, book and job Lancaster ft Nbrthon (J Lancaster and .1 
printer, 625 Merchant W Northon), merchant tailors, 613 

Lageman Henry, wood and coal, 812 1 Montgomery 

McAllister ! Lancey T C, painter. 432 Montgomery 

Lagomarcino L L, bootmaker, 708 Mont- JAX'D CHARLES, real estate, 
gomery Avenue California 

Lagravc ft Barcilles (B Lagrave and : Land Investment Co, Richard W< 
Joseph Barc-ilies'. proprs Fifth Ave sec, 414 California 

Hotel, cor 5th and Railroad Avenues landers Patrick, wholesale hardware, 406 

Lagrave & Co, (John Lagrave and Joseph Market 

Cazabonne), wines and liquors, N E Landers & Co, fJohn and Michael Land 



cor Dupont and Pacific 
Lahaney P W, harnessmaker, cor 5th and 

Railroad Avenues 
Lahey ft McNeil (William Lahey and Peter 

MeX il\ restaurant, 133 5th 
Lahl J. tailor, 513 Pine 
Lahman William, bootmaker, 237 5th 
Laib Anton, bootmaker, 9<>6 Pacific 
Laih Joseph, bootmaker, 1623 Post 
Laidley James Mrs, laundry, N a Filbert 

bet Octavia ami G 
Laing Charles D, stock broker, 337 Pine 
Lainl B Mrs, dressmaker, 209 Ellis 
LAIRD I> furniture, 1062 Howard 
Laird David W, propr San Francisco Jew- 
elry Mannf, 27 Pobt 
Lake Henry, shoe blacking, 64i 



ers), general agents Manhattan Life 

Insurance Co, (X V), 2-3 Nevada 

Block 
Landgrebe William, hair-dresser, i<>2 6th 
Landhcrr George, wines and liquors, S 

Hardi 
Landini J G & Co, fish, 31-32 Grand 

Western Market 
Laddis Casper, tan and herb baths, 51 

Minna 
Lando II, clothing, :;i7 Kearny 
Landon Gardner Jr. (agent for Baglesoo ft 

I i Veau New York), marble dealer, 

>\\ cor Broadwav and Sansom 
LAXDRV A ItARIX 1 Landry 

and L C Babin) rent collect 

Commercial 



Lake William B, propr Lake Bouse, 26] Landsberg Henry, ck >m 

Kearny odsberg Hei man, b 

LAKE & lleKOOX (Delos Lake Landsberger I ft I o (Arpad Han 

and II ivmer P BicKoon), attorneys at , Edward Vollmer and Simon Epstein) 
law, 810 line wholesale liquor, io Joni a a 



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Landschneider H, propr Fourth Street 

Hotel, 512 4th 
Landucei Francisco, bootmaker, 812 San 
Lane J J, general agent, 700 Mission 
Lane John, horieshoer, 407 4th 
Lane John J, groceries and liquors, 229 

5th 
Lane Levi C, physician, 652 Mission 
Lane Michael, wines and liquors, 1000 

Market 
Lane Peter, commission merchant, 18 

Clay 
Lane W E, plumber, 505 Kearny 
Lane William W, boarding, 504-506 Davis 
IjAXE & CO (John and Cornelius 
Lane), marble works, 1136 Mission 
Lane & Green (Andrew Lane and J M 
Green), proprs Pacific Amalgamating 
Works, 520 5th 
Lang Alexander, furniture, 104 4th 
Lang E, watchmaker, 526 Commercial 
IiAXC* GEORGE «& CO (I P 
Schardin), importers wines and liq- 
uors, 210-214 Dupont 
Ii4LMCS HEXRY, cooper, 112-114 

Jackson 
Lang Jnhn F, locksmith, 1324i Polk 
Lang Louis, propr Green Tree" House, 20 

Page 
Lang & Griffith (Charlej E Lang and 
John B Griffith), house and sign- 
painters, 216 Washington 
Lang dale Alfred, crockery, &c, 903 Stock 
Langdon & Rcbman (William H Langdon 
and John Rebman), hardware, 31 6th 
Lange Charles H, liquor saloon, 258 Steu- 

art 
Lange H C, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor 22nd and Dolores 
LAXGE JOHN C R, basket and 
willow furniture maker, 12 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Lange Peter N, wines and liquors, 246 

Town send 

IiAXGE Jk SCHWARZ (Martin 

Lange and Gustave Schwarz), proprs 

The JEtna, Beer and Billiard Hall, 540 

Clay 

Langhorne J P, attorney at la.v, 421 Mont 

LiAX^LAX© X *P, stairbuilder, 

407 Mission 
Langley Charles & Co, wholesale drug- 
gists, NE cor Front and Pine 
Langley Henry G, directory publisher, 

14 Montgomery Ave 
JLAXUL.EY «& JOXES {James W 
Langley and Peter L Jones), carriage 
makers and smith -, blacksmiths, &c, 
27 Washington and 222 Drumm 
Langrader Rkhard, bootmaker, 308 Fell 
Lannan Martin, butcher, 1316 Polk 
Lanouette Edward, bootmaker, 306i 3rd 
Lanszweert Louis, chemist, 360 4th" 



Lantheaume Ferdinand, restaurant, 524 
Merchant 

Lanta Daniel, boarding, 2206 Powell 

Lanwers R, Mrs, restaurant, 25 Mont Ave 

Lapariat Blaise, bakery, 936 Howard 

LAPHAM LOREXZO, propr 
Western Straw Work, 10S 4th 

Lapping Margaret Mrs, dressmaker, 846 

Washington 
iLaragino Louis, fruits, 114 4th 

Large William, bakery, 247 8th 
I Larkin F E Mrs, bakery, 431 Greenwich 
j Larkin Thomas Rev, Assistant Pastor St 
Patrick's Cathedral, 744 Mission 

Larkin & Flaherty, (Thomas Larkin and 
Richard Flaherty), asphaltum roof- 
ers, 35 Post 

Larkin & Co (William Larkin and George 
McLeod), manufs carriages, 631 How 

I, AISIvIXS A SPOSITO (Fred 
crick Larkins and John Sp^sito), 
wholesale and retail fish dealers, 101- 
102 California Market 
'Larrimore R, carpenter, 211 Hayes 

LARROCHE F. wholesale and re- 
tail dealer calves' heads, tripe, &c, 21 
San Francisco Market, factory cor 
5th Ave and M 
jLarsen C G, coffee saloon, 18 Eddy 

JLARSEX GEORGE & CO, 

coopers, SW cor Clay and Drumm 
! Larscn Joseph, house-painter, 540 Market 
!l,ARSEX SOROX, veterinary Bur- 
geon, 12 Merchant 

L, ARSON JAMES, propr Novelty 
Wood and Coal Yard, 259 1st 

Larson & Landberg (Otto Larson and 
Peter Landberg), liquor saloon, 7 
Merchant 

LARZELERE & WITH AM 
(William B Larzelere and William L 
Witham) produce commission, SW 
cor Clay and Davis 

Lasar D, provisions, 52 Center Market 

Lasar L & Co (L Lasar and L Meyer), 
commission merchants, 313-315 Wash 

IiASH H, manuf ruching, ladies' and 
children's underwear. 537 Market 

Lassen County Land and Flume Co, 606 
Montgomery 

IjASTRETO Ij F, commission mer- 
chant, 423 Washington 

Latand Armand, tailor, 307 Pine 

LATA PEE PETER & CO (J P 
Hourcade), liquor saloon, cor 6th and 
Railroad Ave 

Latham Frank B, mining secretary, 328 
Montgomery 

LATHAM MILTOX S. capitalist 
328 Montgomery 

Latimer & Morrow (L B Latimer and W 
W Morrow), attorneys at law, 76 Ne- 
vada Block 



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LATOX CHARLES A, secretary 
Commercial Insurance Co of Califor- 
nia, and agent Fire Association of 
Philadelphia, 405 California 

Laubenheimcr oharles, hair-dresser, 11 
New Montgomery 

Lauder George & Son (Louis G Lauder), 
hay and grain SW cor 4th atid Kin- 

Laugel Andrew, wines and liquors, 1412 
Dupont 

LAU1IEISTER C S, propr Lau- 
meister Mills, 118 Mission 

LAUMEISTER MILLS, C S 
Laumeistcr propr, 118 Mission 

Lauriston Archibald, liquor saloon, 921 
Battery 

Lauten A St Co (Emile Baer), wines and 
liquors, NW cor Filbert and Powell 

Lauterwasser & Smith (C Lauterwasscr 
and H P Smith), hay and grain, 1214 
Folsom 

LAUTH JULIUS, general business 
agent and interpreter, 625 Merchant 

Lavaggi Bernardo, boarding, 3 Vallejo 

Lavalley Louis I, bakery, 408 Broadway 

Lavenson, Winter & Go (Samuel Laven- 
son, A W Winter and Isadore Laven- 
son), soap and candle manuf 121 
Front, factory SW cor 7th Ave and M 
venthal S, clothinsr, 627 Montgomery 

LAVER & CURLETT (August 
Laver and William Curlett), archi- 
tects, 19 S F Stock and Exchange 
Building 

Lavery Joseph G, mining secretary, 327 
Pine 

Lawry fc Laws (Joseph G Lavery, and 
Benjamin A Laws;, commission mer- 
chants, 414 Sacramento 

Lavcz^ari F C Mrs, millinery, 1520 Stock 

Lavilla H, wholesale fruits, 411 J- Wash 

Lawler Francis, groceries and liquors, SW 
cor Minna and Mary 

Lawler F M, attorney at law, 507 Mont 

Lawler Michael H, groceries and liquors, 
411 5th 

Lawler W, gold and silversmith, 622 Clay 

Lawless Brothers (Joseph and Qeorge 
W), saddlers and harness ma ;ers, 628 
Front and 108 Market 

Lawlor John M, manager Commercial Ho- 
tel, SE cor Montgomery Ave and Pac 

Lawrence Edwin'A.attorney at law,408Cal 

Lawrence Joseph, restaurant, 26 1st 

Lawrence & Brown (Joseph Lawrence 
and James Brown), wholesale sheep 
butchers, 5th Ave nr N 

Lawson - Mrs, dressmaker, 628 Sutter 

Laws hi & Moore (Andrew Lawson and 
and Stewart Moore), coopers, 50t> 
Front 

LAWTOX CHARLES I>. hay 
and grain, wood and coal, 1925 Bush 



Lawton Elburton, carriage factory, 2 

Jones 
Lawton G T, capitalist, 401 California 
Lawton H W Mrs, dressmaker, 131 Turk 
LAWTOX O A CO, crockery, 
China, glass, and s'dver plated ware, 
609-611 Market 
LAWTOX W I> & CO. shirt 

mannfs, 608 Market and n Post 
LAUTOX WILLIAM S, super 

intendent Olvmpic Club, 11!) Post 
LAZARD FRERKS (Alexander, 
Simon and Elie Lazard, Alexandre 
Weill and David Conn), bankers, 205 
Sansom 
Lazarus Samuel, dry goods, 1235 Stock 
Le Bert Victor J, butcher, NE cor 18th 

and Capp 
Le Bourdiec Adolph, liquor saloon, 630 

Commercial 
Le Breton A J, attorney at law, 217 San- 
som 
LE COUXTRROTHERSr Joseph 
P and T K), stationers and booksell- 
ers, 417-419 Montgomery 
Le Mar Catherine Mrs, bakery, S13£ Fol 
Le Petit Journal, George Franefort propr, 

603 Washington 
LeRoy Theodore, real estate, 729 Mont 
Lea H F, manuf tinware, 433 3rd 
Leahy Daniel, plasterer, 124 4th 
Leahy Michael, wines and liquors, 22 2nd 
Leahy Michael, liquor saloon, 612 Howard 
Leaman W J, fruits, 1426 Stockton 
Leary A J, bookbinder, 4o4 Sans. mi 
Learv .lames & Co (Th Brown), livery 

stable, 113 O'Farrell 
Leary Joseph wood and coal, 1428 How 
Leavenworth F Mm, milliner, 219 Dupont 
LEAVITT C H, propr Pioneer Iron 

Works, 226-227 BeaJe 
Leavitt Lcander, mining secretary, 33 

Nevada Biork 
Leavitt S P. & Co, wholesale station- 
ers, 404 Sansom 
Leavitt W F, shirt-maker, 11 Geary 
Leaw Charles M, cigars, 121 Mont^omerv 
Lebatard M, stockbroker, 418 Mont 
Lebenbauin L & Co (I Goldberg), grocer- 
ies. 529-531 Kearnv, 121 Post and 
1447 Polk 
Leclerc John, range setter, 637 Wasfa 
Ledgett Richard D, livery stable, 1123 

Mission 
Leduc Louis, manuf jewelry, 110 Sutter 
Ledvard II s, stoekbroki r, 601 California 
LEOVAKH W E. physician, 128 

2nd 
Lee Geo/ge H, dry goods, 1209 Polk 
Lee .lames I), groceries and liquors. 11^ 

Fulton 
Lee James R, capitalist and real estate, 
309 California 



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LEE JOHN & CO (L W Sawyer 

and I Y Doane), manufs tin and sheet 

iron ware, 34-36 Main 
Lee L A, dental laboratory, 6 Eddy 
Lee N A, wines and liquors, 214 Dupont 
Lee Patrick, groceries and liquors, 1821 

Hyde 
Lee Washington L, house-painter, 434 

Kearny 
Lee William, sign painter, 416 Sac 
LEEDES «& DIETRICH (Albert 

Leedes and Caspar Dietrich), liquor 

saloon, 649 Clay 
Leege William & Co, wines and liquors, 

113 Halleck 
usfevre & Kahn, (G B Lefevreand Adolph 

Kahn), druggists, NVV cor Pine and 

Kearny 
Lcffingwell William, real estate agent, 

331 Montgomery 
LEGAL AXD COMMERCIAL 

rXIOX, W H Ratten bury agent, 

234 Montgomery 
Leger & Little, (James Lcgor and R G 

Little), restaurant, 1316V Larkin 
Leggctt Joseph, attorney at law, 702 

Market 
Lehman Louis, butcher, 700 Larkin 
Lehmann Marks, butcher, 2616 Bush and 

Point Lobos Aye bet Parker and 

Johnson Ayes 
Lehmann Solomon, bootmaker, 953 Fol 
Lchmkuhl H, physician, 509 Kearny 
Lehnhardt Charles, liquor saloon, SVV cor 

Pine and Montgomery 
LEHXIG C ERXEST, watch- 
maker, 240 5th 
Lehritter & Langbein (John Lehrittcr 

and H Langbein), hair-dressers, SW 

cor Montgomery Ave and Kearny 
Lehrke Charles, propr Stanford Hotel', 618- 

620 4th 
LEHRKE HENRY, groceries and 

liquors, cor Mariposa and Indiana, 

Potrero 
Lehrke & Mayer (Win Lehrke and John 

Mayer), wines and liquors, 910 Mkt 
Leighton A V, architect, 531 California 
Leikens George, fruits, 339 3rd 
Leikham S, cigars, 215 Dupont 
Leipnitz G k Co (M Tochirner), druggists, 

236 Sutter 
Leipsic Joseph, plumber, 1634 Pine 
Leipsic L, glazier, 516 Grove 
Le'scn Geary H, groceries and liquors, 

109^ Union 
LEI SEX 31, secretary Grocers Pro- 

tectiye Union, 909 Market 
Leiscr — , painter, 510 Po.st 
Leiser J A, bootmaker, 721 Union 
Le ser Louis, stoves, etc, 81 4th 
Leile Domingo V, coffee saloon, 503 

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LEITH JOHXB, jeweler and 

watchmaker, 1401 Dupont 
Lejeal J B, liquor saloon, 2015 Folsom 
Lemaire Anton, groceries and liquors, SW 

7th and Minna 
Lemaire & Son, nursery, 30 Lewis 
Lemaitre Hvpolite, groceries and liquors, 

1211 Powell 
Lemaitre & Cazeau (J Lemaitre and J 
Cazeau), butchers, 65 Center Mar- 
ket 
Leman Henry, bakery, 955 Howard 
Leman W M, Justice of the Peace, Old 

City Hall 
Lemkau John, sroceries and liquors, SW 

cor Sutter and Stockton 
Lemmenmeyer Theodore, merchant, 258 

Market 
Lemmermann Herman, groceries and 

liquors, NW cor Mason and Post 
Lemmermann & Atzeroth (John Lem 
mermann and F Atzeroth), groceries 
and liquors, SW cor Eddy and Bu- 
chanan 
Lemon James H, grainer, 429 Pine 
Lemos Leon, shirt manuf, 613 Kearnj r and 

1007 Stockton 
Lempke Julius, plumber, 806 Mission 
Lengfeld A L, druggist, NE cor Geary 

and Stockton 
Lengfeld Lewis, shirt manuf, 125 Sansom 
Lenhardt Adam, carpets, etc, 1232 Stock 
Lenhardt P, groceries and li uors, 2125 

Geary 
Lenhardt K & Co, (K Lenhardt and F 

Holderer), machinists, 10 Stckton 
Lennard R K, liquor saloon, 412 Kearny 
LEXXOX JOH\ T A, importer and 

dealer teas, 313 Clay 
Lennon John & Co, shipsmiths, 26 Fol 
Lenoir X P Mme, dressmaker. 15 Powell 
LEXO RMAXD BROTHERS 
(Joseph and Leon), foreign and native 
wines, 40 Clay, and groceries and li- 
quors. SW cor Dupont and Pine 
Lent W H, mining secretary, 62 Nevada 

Block 
Lent W M, mining, 52 Nevada Block 
Lenthaume John P, florist, cor Folsom 

and 16th 
Leon Caroline Mrs, fancy goods, 124 3rd 
Leon Richard T ". . gilder, 639 California 
Leonard Cornelius, pattern maker, 133 

Eeale 
Leonard Margaret, bakery, 564 Mission 
Leonard P J, book auenr, 621 Sansom 
Leonard T H, boots" and shoes, 905 Bry- 
ant 
LEOXHARDT FREDERICK 
T. sole aj;cnt Lees gas governor, 319 
Bush 
LEOXHARRT P & CO (C 
Troost), cigars and tobacco, 913 Mkt 



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Lerond Theodore, laundry, 302 Dupont 
Lerov Alfred, fruity 26 7th 
EEROY E.1IELI 3I3IE. dress- 
maker and fancy goods, 121 Sutter 
Lesser Bros (Henry, Jacob and Isaac), 
boots and shoes, 909 Larkin and 10S 
6th 
Lesser Jacob, boots and shoes, 1320 Polk 
Leasing Henry, collector, 123 California 
Lessmann Joseph, groceries and liquors, 

1200 Larkin 
Lessmann & Windhaus (Joseph Lessmann 
and Bernard Windhaus), liquor sa- 
loon, 1057 Market 
Lester Charles, bootmaker, 12 Stcuart 
Leszynskv H K, pawnbroker, 409 Kearny 
Les/.ynsky Julius, dry goods, 133 Kearny 



Levison Brothers (Herman Leivson and 

John T Boncstell), watches, jewelry, 

etc, 134 Sutter 
Levison H, merchant tailor, 323 Mont 

gomery and 733 Market 
Levison Leopold, fruits, 800 Geary 
Levison Mark, insurance agent, 204 Bush 
Leviston George, attorney at law, 6 Mont 

gomerv Ave 
LEVISTOX W1I.HAW, attor 

ney at law, 6 Montgomery Ave 
Levoroni L ft Co, wood and coal, 1510 

Broadway 
Levy A & Co (Jacob), produce merchants 

206 Washington 
Levy Aaron, bootmaktr, 134 Pacific 
Levy Aaron N, matiresses, etc, 1026 How 



Leszynskv & Co (H £ Leszynskv), dry Levy Abram, clothing, 867 Folsom 

goods, 200-^04 Kearny Levy Adolph, boots and shoes, 133 2nd 

Lctillier Alexander, jeweler, 620 Merch (Levy Alexander, wines and liquors, IS 

Letroadec Louis, wines and liquors, 1321 ' Stockton 

Dupont Lew B, bootmaker, 420 Haves 

LETTE GEORGE, secretary Ger- Levy B, groceries and liquors, 587 Claj 
man Savings and Loan Society, 526 j Levy Bros (J and H), plumbers, etc, 439 



California 
Lew & Harms (H C Lew and Peter 

Harms), cigars, 1247 Mission 
Levaggi & Barbieri (G B Levaggi and 

Paul Barbieri), fruits, 303 4th 
Levenberg Samuel, fruits, 40 16th 



Bush 
Levy Charles <fc Co (Lewis Abraham*), 

auctioneers, 612 California 
Levy David, ornamental painter, 635 Cal 
Levy David L. watchmaker, 39 3rd 
Levy David P, wines and liquors, 607 Sac 

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League & Potter ("Joseph Levegue and | Levy E Miss, ladies' hair-drcsser 

Frederick W Potter), proprs San I Polk 

Fram iflCO Last Factory. 10 Stevenson Levy Elia-, stoves, 872 Folsom 
Levercntz Charles, cigars and tobacco, Levy Elizabeth lira, furniture, 772 Miss 

530 Montgomery Levy H, dairy produce, 81 California Mkt 

Lcvcrone ft Co (William Leverone and Levy H, tailor, 206 2nd 

William Rogers), wholesale butchers, Levy H Mrs. midwife, 428 3rd 

59-60 Washington Market Levy Harris, clothing, 141 3rd 

Levey C ft Co (Charles Levey), gents' fur- Levy Hyman, tailor, K'48 Howard 

nish : ng goods, 424 Kearny Levy I, upholsterer, 1915 Fillmore 

Levey II .1 & Co (IT J Levy and — Todd), Levy I D, watches, etc, 658 Washington 

advertising agents, 405 Front Levy Isaac, cooper, 41»>.6th 

Levey Han us, clothing, 9 Jackson, and Levy Isaac, junk, 210 Pacific 

hair-dressing, 11$ Jackson Levy Isaac Sirs, varieties, 416 6th 

Levey & Harris (Isador Levey and Julius ' Levy Jacob, but. her. 1589 Geary 



Harris), hair-dreoers, TOoV Market 
Levi Charles, tailor, 514j 3rd 
Levi Edward, watchmaker, 820 Kearny 
Levi Sarah Mis. varieties, 316J 3rd 
Leviele S L. cigar-, 1027 Howard 
Levin Jacob, tailor, 239 5th 
Levin Mary Mrs, bakery, 1520 Polk 
Levin Mi< bael, Z « 

Levin E Horace, fruits, 32 6th 
LevingSton A, crockery, 717 Market 
Levingston E Mrs, fancy goods, 800 Lar- 
kin 
LevingSton L J, groceries and liqu 'is, 

1010 Polk 
Levingston M. physician, 208 Kearny 
LEVI\SKV BROTHERS 

(L and Mi, i t and shoe man afs, 

849 851 Market 



Lew Jacob, tail-.,-. B16 Stoi kton 
l-KVY .JOSEPH, s M ks, 982 Har 

Levy Jules, embroidei ies, 126 hearnv 
Levy Julius, cigars. 862 8rd 
Levj Louis, clothing, 227 Pacific 
Le\\ LOUIS, clothing, 314 4th 

Levy Loan, furnishing g tods, 412 3rd 

Levy Louis A, propr Westminster Bo ISO, 

614 Sutter 
Levj M a « o (Marcus and Morris), whole- 
furnishing g 5 - 'in 
Lew M & P, but h rs, STW M •• 'th and 

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Levy Mark, hair di c-cr. 858 4th 
Lev] Marks, tailor, 408 Butter 
Levi Mi( Inel S. tailor, 176 Minna 
liKVY n W A. COfM Bern 

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Levy Myer, butcher. 810 Buchanan 

Levy Nathan Mrs, butcher, 940 Bryant 

Levy Oscar S, stoves, 119 Pine 

Levy P, dry goods, 25 4th 

Levy Pappie, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Jacks on and Mason 
Levy S & Co (Solomon Levy), fruit and 

produce merchant, 218 Washington 
LEVY SAMCEL W. manuf and 

importer boots, shoes, findings, etc, 

29-31 Battery, and commission and 

insurance agent, 21-23 Battery 
Lew Solomon, tailor. 235 Jackson 
LEVY WALTER H, assistant Dis- 
trict Attorney, 8 Montgomery Ave 
L vy William, livery stable, 739 Folsom 
Levy & Go (Morris Levy and Isaac Hy- 

man), clothing, 42 Jackson 
Levy & Levitzky (M B Levy and David 

Levitzky), real estate * agents, 306 

Montgomery 
Lewellyn Robert, liquor saloon, 14 Clay 
Lewin E & Co, merchants (Shasta), 211 

Front 
Lewin Israel, tailor, 1806 Market 
Lewin Morris, bootmaker, 122 Pacific 
Lewin Morris, fancy goods, 416 Broadway 
Lewin Moses, hair-dresser, 419 4th 
Lewin Robert, horseshoer, 10 Hayes 
Lewis A D & Co (Adolph Lewis), whole- 
sale cigars, 319 Sacramento 
Lewis Bros (Samuel, Joseph and M Lewis), 

manufs cigars and tobacco, 213-217 

Battery 
Lewis E Mrs, furniture, 1015 Folsom 
Lewis Edward M, carriage trimmer, 538 

Valencia 
LEWIS GEORGE E. boarding. 

1011 Battery 
Lewis Harris, merchant (Austin, Nevada), 

109 Sansom 
Lewis Henry Jr Mrs, bakery, N s Haight 

bet Webster and Fillmore 
LEWIS HEXRY L, commission 

merchant and wholesale groceries, 

provisions, etc, 209 Sacramento 
Lewis Herman, hair-dresser, 203 Pacific 
LEWIS H 31, propr Pioneer Jewelry 

Store, 655 Clay 
LEWIS J R, business and real estate 

agent, 500 Montgomery 
Lewis James F, attorney at law, 231 Mont 
Lewis James M, butcher, 111 4th 
Lewis John, fruits, 133 Post 
LEWIS JOHX F, plumber and 

gas-fitter, SW cor Railroad and 14th 

Aves 
Lewis Mark-, tailor, 424 Hayes 
Lewis R G Mrs, dressmaker, 126 Kearny 
Lewis Rodman P, attorney at law, 321 Cal 
Lewis Thomas, furniture,*1104 Stockton 
Lewis Thomas, veterinary surgeon, 726 

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Lewis William J, civil engineer, 104 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Lewis Wm & Co, cigar manufs, 30-32 Cal 
Lewis & Co (Albert Lewis, John Norton 

and George Hall), teamsters, 17 Steu- 

art 
Lewis & Harris (Robert G Lewis and 

George W Harris), wines and liquors, 

226 Montgomery 
Lewis & Riley (John Lewis and Riley), 

tannery, cor Howard and 27th 
Lewitt William, physician, 16 Turk 
Lewitt William B, physician, 15 6th 
LEYDECKER «fc WIE- 

BOLDT (Theodore W Leydecker 

and Henry W Wieboldt), liquor sa- 
loons, 631 Davis and SW cor Clay and 

East 
Lhez John M, wines and liquors, 1120 

Dupont 
Libbert M Mrs, boarding, 330 Spear 
Libbey M Lawrence, dentist, 3 Kearny 
Liberman P & Son (Julius), wholesale 

furnishing goods, 125 Sansom 
Lichau E Mrs, dressmaker. 756 Howard 
Licht Louis, fancy goods, 145 2nd 
Lichtenberg Charles, optical goods, 1410 

Powell 
Lichtenstein Benj A (Uncle Harris), 

pawnbroker, 221 and 702 Kearny 
Lichtenstein M, ladies' underwear, 9 Dup 
Lichtenstein, M H, pawnbroker, 612^ 

Montgomery 
Lichtenstein So-omon, clothing, 427 Pac 
LICK HOUSE, George Schoncwald 

manager, SW cor Montgomery and 

Sutter 

Licic Trust, (The James Lick Trust), Hen- 
ry E Mathews secretary, 606 Mont 
Lickel Morris M, bootmaker, 100 Jackson 
Licot Leon, laundry, 1507 Powell 
Liddle & Kaeding (Robert Liudle and 

Charles V B Kaeding), guns, pistols, 

&c, 538 Washington 
Lieb Adam H, butcher, 246 Sth 
Lieb C W, printer, S3? Market 
Liebenberg Charles, groceiiesand l'quors 

449 4th 

Liebenberg Henry, restaurant, 39 Market 
Liebenow & Martin (August Liebenow 

and Robert Martin), restaurant, 705 

Battery 
Licberman Theodore, stock broker, 310 

Montgomery 
! Liebert B Mrs, bakery, 1631 Polk 
Liebert Biuno, teacher music, 1631 Polk 
j Liebes Bros & Co (Louis and Jacob Liebes 

and Nathan Meyer), manufs cigars 

207-209 Sacramento 
| Liebes H & Co (Charles J Behlow), manufs 

furs, 113 Montgomery 
] Liekefelt August, wines and liquors, NE 

cor Stockton and Pacific 



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Lienard Marie Mme, lace curtain repairer' 

621£ Larkin 
Lies Eugene, attorney at law, 103 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Laesch & Bauman (Ant one Licsch and 

Antone Bauman), wines and liquors, 

243 4th 
Liesenfeld Philip, billiard table manuf, 

585 Market 
Light House Engineer, 12th District, 

Lieut-Col Robert S Williamson U S 

A, 1'20 Sutter 
Light House Inspector, 12th District, 

Commander Chat Its J McDougal U S 

N, 120 Sutter 
Lightburne Stafford, sewing machines, 

235 16th 
Lightfoot Alfred R, attorney, 32* Mont 
Lightner Joel F, mining secretary, 5S 

Nevada Block 
Ligne Nationale Francaise, R Chastrey, 

secretary 120 Sutter 
Lilienthal Herman, butcher, 22 Grand 

Arcade Market 
Lilienthal & Co (Ernest R and J Leo 

Lilienthal), wholesale liquors, 223 

California 
Lilkendey O W, liquor saloon, SW cor 

Powell and Francis J 
Lillie Lewis, secretary McElroy Gravel 

Mining Co, 807 Washington 
Linard B R, lithographer, 411 Clay 
Linari John & Stephen, wood and coal, 

1210 Stockton 
IilXCOL.^ «& PARKIN (G H 

Lincoln and C A Parkin), groceries, 

541 16th 
Lind Alfred YV, Alameda and SF Express, 

331 East 
Lind & Van Buskirk (John Lind and How- 
ard Van Buskirk \ asphnltum roofers, 

539 California 
Lindauer Gustave, wood and coal, 526 

4th 
Lindeckcr J H, tailor, 7S7 Folsom 
Lindcll House, Aaron WoM propr, cor 

Howard and 6th 
Lindenumn C H, jeweler, 601 California 
Linden Edward, liquor saloon, 611 Davis 
Lindenbaum J, boot factory, 52 Steuart 
Lindenbaume Moses, tailor, 14': steuart 
Lindenbom D, manuf jewelry, 047 Mkt 
Lindenstadt Adolph, varieties. 43!) I'nio . 
Lindheimer W, plumber, 225 Dupont 
Lindlev & C", merchants (Sacramento), 

405 Front 
Lindner & Kron (Mark & I Lin. 'tier and I 

Kron), clothing, 287 and 439 Kearny 
Lind o J A Co, auctioneers, 611 California 
Lindow John, tailor. 913 Pacific 
Lindrum Otto, furniture, <ilo Vllejo 
Lind.scy Win, real estate agent, 72i) Mkt 
Linehan E .1, hair-dresser. 508 Howaid 



Linehan Mary, liquor saloon, 40 1st 
Lines Samuel Gregory Rev, Rector St 

Luke's Episcopal Church, res 1609 

Pacific Ave 
Linfortb Alfred, saw-maker, 318 Jackson 
MM OIM II RKE & CO fJaa 

Linforth, W A Rice and E W Lin- 

forth), importers hardware, agricul- 
tural tools, bells, English steel &C, 

and manufs' agents, 4ol Market 
LIMORTH & RAWLHraS 

(E H Linforth and JM Bawlings), 

carpenters and cabinet-makers, 413 

Mission 
IiIXt»HjEY B, agent Marin and So- 
noma Land Office, 702 Market 
LI\K C liquor saloon, 505 Wash 
Linn Jaeobi, wines and liquors, 1306 Dup 
Linne Henry, restaurant, 732 4th 
Linsle\ A L N, groceries, 312 5th 
Linsley George W, carpenter, 758 Minion 
I.iiistedt A H, restaurant, 523 Clay 
LIXTOTT (HAKIKS butcher, 

914 Market 
Lintott James, butcher, 60-64 California 

Market 
Lipman Aaron, crockery &c, 15 4th 
Lipman Henry, who.tsalc fruits, 220 

Washington 
Lipman Morris, fruits, 919 Larkin 
Lipman Solomon, wholesale drv g is. 

418 Market 
Lipman & Hyman (Joseph Lipman and 

Jacob Hyman), hair-dresse 

Pine 
Lippi Barloma, wines and liquors, 712 

Pacific 
Lippi BrOS(F and A), frames, 1 >oking- 

glasses, &c, 818 Market 
Lippman Brothers (Hyman and Sol), dry 

goods, 44.". Bayes, and 450 \'a!encia 
Lipsner George, wood and willo»vware, 

225 Batter] 
Lisman I, boots and shoes, 31 3rd 
Lis<ak A H, stork broker, 112 I.eid 
Litchficd J M & Co, merchant tailors, 

415 Montgomery 
Lithauer & Co, manufs clothin. 

Kearny 
Littau Joseph, boot maker. S47 Clay 
Little c C N. harness-maker, 70S 
L.ITTI.E JOHN T, real est 

loan and discount broker, and dealer 

in s bonds, etc. 302 Montgomery 
Little sister--' Infant shelter, 512 Spear 
Little «v. LawBon(EJ Little and 

l.aw-on), stove dealers, 603 Battery 

ami 
Litton Springs Park Co, M Theodore 

Keantei manager, 12 Montgomery 
Livenberg a Sauerbrao (John Liven berg 

and Charles Bauerbran), butchers, 

1207 Mission 



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Livermore 0, real estate, 522 Montgomery 
Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance 

Co, George Niel secretary, 422 Cal 
Livingston D & Co (M Sandheimer), dry 

goods, 1328 Polk 
Livingston James M, mining, 331 Mont 
LIVINGSTON LOUIS, meat 

market, 305 Brannan 
Livingston & Co (L Livingston, Isaac 

Levy, A P Williams and Jos May), 

wholesale liquors, 220 California 
Livingston DMG, fruits, 217 6th 
Llewellyn Reese, propr Columbia Foun- 
dry, 133-135 Beale and 130-136 Main 
Llovd Ellen Mrs, employment agent, 

v 130SiPolk 
Llovd John, attorney at law, 41 H Cal 
LLOYD. XEWLA\D & 

WOOD, (R H Lloyd, F GNewland 

and W S Wood*, attorne-, s at law, 9- 

13 Nevada Block 
LLOYD A SHERMAN, (William 

O Lloyd and Caleb Sherman), shirt 

mamus, 506 Market 
Lloyds-Mrs, kindergarten, 1612 California 
Lloyds, Falkner, Bell & Co, agents, 430 

California 
Lo Presti A, restaurant, 19 Powell 
LOAIZA WENCESLIO, (Jorge 

L Canalizo), commission merchants, 

323 California 
Lobenstein L, varieties, 1523 Turk 
Lobenstein Solomon, butcher, 1600 Post 
Loebbaum Ausrust H, manuf jewelry 

boxes, 134 Sutter 
Lo-hbaum Eva Mrs, varieties, 1227 Union 
LOCIIHEAD JOHN, mechanical 

engineer, 252 Spear 
Locke Edward C, civil engineer, 330 Pine 
Locke James P & Co, (Henry Thomas), 

carriage manuts, 817 Market 
Locke M Mme, dressmaker, 22 Wetmore 

Place 
LOCKHART & PORTER, (G 

A Lockhart and W H Porter), coffin 

and casket rnanufs, 27-29 Bluxome 

and undertakers, 16 O'Farrell 
Lockstaedt L, teacher music, 835 Bush 
Loeb Henry, butcher, NW cor Vallejo 

and Mason 
Loehenste n Max, drayman, NE cor Bush 

and Battery 
Loesch Valentine, wines and liquors, 638 

Pacific 
LOVEN EMILE, coffee and spice 

manuf, 520 Front 
Loewe Bros (Mrs Henrietta Loewe and 

Moses Sigel), wholesale liquors, 217 

Batterj- 
Loewel & Gunzburger (A Loewel and II 

Gunzburger), 12 San Francisco Mkt 
Loewenhayn H, wholesale fruit, nuts, &c, 

428 Sansom 



Loewenthal Joseph, clothing, 927 Market 
Lofstead John, hirrier, 813 Market 
Loftis & Wiskotechill (George W Loftis 
I N Wiskotschill), liquor saloon, 809 
Market 
Lohman & Coghill (I Lohman and T B 
Coghill), wholesale grocers, 315 Front 
Lohmann & Frerichs (Henry Lohmann 
and Martin Frerichs), groceries and 
liquors, 1501 Folsom 
Lohr Martin, restaurant, 3 6th 
LOHRMANN & CO (John Lohr- 
mann and Dietrich Siemer), manuis 
pickles, sauces, etc, 46 Clay 
Lohse John F, secretarj- California Pow- 
der Works, 230 California 
Lohsen Richard, liquor saloon, 1600 Mar- 
ket 
Loker William T, cigars, 256 3rd 
Lolor Charles P, ship and freight broker, 

30-31 Merchants' Exchange 
Lombardi Cherubino, restaurant, 420 

Jackson 
LONDON A SAN FRAN- 
CISCO RANK (limited), Arthur 
Scrivener manager, 424 Cal 
LONDON ASSURANCE COR- 
PORATION (London), W Lane 
Booker agent and attorney, Robert 
Dickson manager, 317 California 
Loney A, whitener, 803 Mission 
Loney Mary Mrs, furnished rooms, 224 

Kearny 
Long Claude, hardware, 654 Washington 
Long Frederick A, caneworker, 422 Pow 
Long T J, fruits, 53-54 California Market 
Longlev George W, sign-painter, 420 Mont 
LONGSHORE .IA.1IES, trunks, 

26 New Montgomery 
Longtin J B, bootmaker, 111 7th 
Loo & Lahaille (L Loo and J Lahaille), 

restaurant, 641 Washington 
Loomis A W Rev, pastor Chinese Presby- 
terian Mission, NE cor Sacramento 
and Stockton 
Loomis B Mrs, groceries and liquors, 44 

1st 
LOOM IS GEORGE, importer 
wholesale and retail furnishing goods, 
clothing, hats, etc, Plaza Stores, 706- 
716 Kearny 
Loony John, liquor saloon, 525£ Sansom 
Loorya Marcus, tailor, 231 Pacific 
Lord A J, painter, 23 5th 
Lord Joseph, liquor saloon, 520 Com 
Lord S Mrs, cosmetics, 330 Sutter 
Lord Thomas H, watchmaker, 773 Market 
iLorentz Robert coffee saloon, 7 Stockton 
LORENTZEN ANDREW P. 
merchandise, ship and insurance 
broker, 36 Market 
Loretz Annie M Mme, corset manuf, 109 
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Lorin? H G Mrs, dressmaker, 12 O'Far- 

rell 
Lorquin Ernest F, naturalist, 401 Kear 
Lorsch Brothers (Albert and Emile), 

wholesale jewelers, 120 Sutter 
Loryea A If, propr llamman Baths and 

physician, 11-15 Dupont 
IiOSCJATOS LIXE CO, Ken 

nedy & Spark proprs. 58 Beale 
Lottritz John, groceries. 510 16th 
Lott & Flint (William S Lott and Milford 

M Flint), carpenters, 1125 Sutter 
Loudon O, cigars, 229 2nd 
Loudon & Hanscom (John L Loudon and 
John Hansconi), commission mer- 
chants, 65 Merchants' Exchange 
Louideck Mary Mrs, florist, 1229 Stock 
Lough James, wines and liquors, NVV cor 

1st and Mission 
Loughead John, painter and paper-hang 

er, 1605 Polk 
Loughlin Peter J, carpenter, 206 24th 
Loughran, Reilly & Co (TF Loughran, J 
D and J J Reilly), produce merchants, 
311 Davis 
Louis Adar J, propr Lafayette House, 736 

Pacific 
Louis John A. furniture, 1064 Howard 
Louis M, bootmaker, 313 Sutter 
Louisson M, clothing, 525 Kearny 
Lovdal George C, wood and coal, NW cur 

Valencia and 26th 
Love John L, attorney at law, 234 Mont- 
gomery 
Love & Ecker (G A Love and J Scott 

ficker), cigars, 1<>34 Market 
Lovejov E B, ship carver, 20 Steuart 
Lovell J M, dressmaker, 1623 Polk 
Lovell E C & Co, real estate agents, 415 

Montgomery 
Lovely George S, boarding, 607 Pine 
Lovely Mark, manager Lotta Coffee Sa- 
loon, 650 Market 
Low Aaron, tailor, 14 Turk 
Low Arthur F, attorney at law, 606 Mont 
Low (' Adolph & Co ^amuel Hort, George 
A Low, C H Baldwin, E L G Steele), 
commission merchants, 20S California 
Low Charles A, attorney at law, 23 

Montgomery Block 
Low Frederick F manager Anglo Cali- 
fornia Bank (limited), 422 Cal 
Low J B, mining cn/ineer, 331 Mont 
Low If, restaurant, 645 Merchant 
Low & Chartrey (C A Low and R Char- 
trey), proprs City Iron Works, 26-28 
Fremont 
Lowhock William, bootmaker, 50 l>t 
Lowe I C, tailor, 1329 Clay 
Lowe S, s 1 irtmaker, 331 Kearny 

row ill. NATHAN B, prop. 

Bagie Warehouse, NW cor Davis ami 
Pine 



Lowenberg Harris, attorney at law and 
notary public, 306 Montgomery 

LowenfelsC V, stenographer, 607 Mont 

LOWEVSTEIV I. boot and shoe 
manuf, 931 Kearny and 120S Stock 

Lowenthal H H, attorney at law, 41 1$ 
California 

Lowenthal, Livingston & Co (Morris Low- 
enthal and John Livingston), com- 
mission merchants, 4'H) California 

LOWEREE WILLIAM II, pa 
per hangings, window shades, etc, 
715 Market 

Lower}- Henry, bootmaker, 405 Brannan 

Lowncy Jeremiah, blacksmith, 205 8th 

LOWXEY TIMOTHY J, black 
sm'th, 205 Sth 

LOWXEY T J A SOXS. car 
riage makers, SE cor 8th and Howard 

Lowrie John, p umber, 225 Tvier 

LOWRY A CO (W J Lowry, J H 
Cutter and L V H Howell), general 
commission merchants, SE cor Clay 
and Davis 

Lbwtfa & Co (John Lowth), dry goods, 
706 Market 

Loyal John, hair-dresser, 1003 Folsom 

Loza Amada Mrs, dressmaker, 630 Filb 

Lozier A, birds, 337 Kearny 

Lubeck S, mining. 56 Nevada Block 

LIKELMKI LEBO, phvsieian, 105 
O'Farrell 

Luben S C, gents' furnishing goods, 609 
Montgomery 

Lubke Nicholas, bootmaker, NW cor 
Railroad and 6th Area 

Lucas Anna G Mme, preserved flowers, 
743 Howard 

Lucas & Co (John Lucas), proprs Golden 
Gate Plaster Mills, 215-217 Main 

IilTCCHETTI FBAN C E *C O. 
restaurant and liquor saloon, 519 
Davis 

Lacier Joseph, boots ami shoes, 101 6th 
and 2405 California 

Lucke H, boots and shoes, 40 Geary 

Luco Juan M, real estate, 88 Montgomery 
Block 

MTV ii B A CO(B V La 

nuumfts, Brannan bet Sth and 9th, 
and L28 < Salifornia 

LIBEHVXX FREDERICK 
nursery and florist, Baker bet Lom- 
bard and Chestnut 

Laden E Miss, Kindergarten, 820 Green- 
wich 

Ludera otto, liquor saloon, 507 I 

Ludington Charles 8, cigars, \k coi 
Howard and Brd 

Ludingt m G orgi <', capitalist, 887 Line 

Ludlom, Mather. v c . (Th imas BLadtum 
and s h Mathen, mining broken, 
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Lueders Frederick R, architect, 515 Ca] 
Lueders M Mrs, dressmaker. 2021 Mission 
L.UES3IAXX ERXST. Eintracht 

liquor saloon, 539 California 
Luger Joseph, carpenter, 206 16th 
Lugsdin Jaj T , manager The Mercantile 

Agency* 320 California 
Lukin Joseph A, liquor saloon, 446 Cal 
Lumbert J N, job printer, 440 Haves 
Lumley George, ^horse-clipper, 1324 Mkt 
Luna Romulo, restaurant, 123S Dupont 
Lund Henry, commission merchant, 214 

California 
Lundberg I A W, dentist, 123 Stockton 
Lundin John, upholsterer, 920 Sac 
Lundquist Eiick. watchmaker, 46 2nd 
Lundy T, watches, jewelry, etc, 9 3rd 
Limine Nicholas, capitalist, 211 Sansom 
IiUXT OlilVER A, dancing acad- 
emy, 320 Poot 
Lupuline & Giovannini (Yincenzo Lupo- 
linc and Felix Giovannini), fruits, 
2125 Larkin 
Luppo J, physician, 205 Montgomery Ave 
Lusinchi & tavolara (P Lusinchi and J 

Tavolara), fish, 6 Clay St Market 
I/CSK. A & CO (John Kleinhans and 
William Jacobs), wholesale fruit 
dealers, 531-536 Clay 
Lustenberger H, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor Greenwich and Mason 
Lutgen Charles F, accountant, 218 Pine 
Luther HA, dentist, 1913 Polk 
Luther Hans, photographer, 444^ 3rd 
Luttringer Brothers (Emile and Charley), 

w ; nes and liquors, 319 Dupont 
Lutv F E, mining secretary, 330 Pine 
L.1TTY JOHX S, real estate, 330 

Pine 
Lutz Jacob, wines and liquors, 18 Taylor 
Lutz John C, butcher, 135 Oak 
Lutz & Co (Louis Lutz), butchers, 3-4 Cal- 
ifornia Market 
Lutzen & Petersen (C Lutzen and P Pe- 
tersen), restaurant, 90/ Kearny 
Lycoming Fire Insurance Co (Penn), 

Brown, Craig & Co agents, 215 San 
Lvdon Daniel, paints, oils and glass, 23 

6th 
Lyford L A Mrs, pruprss Appleton Lodg- 
ing House, 33 5th 
Lyford L Dexter, physician, 411 Kearny 
Ly!e W ^ mining, 54 Nevada Block 
Lynch Brothers (James and David), li- 
quor saloon, NE cor 4th and Minna 
Lynch D & Co, cattle yards, NW co» 30th 

and Mission 
Lynch Edward, attorney at law, 318 Pine 
Lynch Ellen Mrs, furnished rooms, 234 

Bush 
Lynch George \V, collector, 729 Mont 
Lynch Hannah Mrs, groceries, 470 Te- 
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Lynch H H, real estate agent, 320 San 

Lynch James H, liquor saloon, 325 San 

Lynch Michael, attorney at law, 502 
Montgomery 

Lynch Patrick, wood and coal, 610 Lar- 
kin 

Lynch Patrick Rev, assistant pastor St 
Patrick's Cathederal, 744 Mission 

Lvnch Peter, brickmaker, Pacific Street 
Wharf 

Lynch William, painter, 705 Howard 

Lynch & Co (David Lynch and John H, 
Colbert), cattle dealers, SE cor Mar- 
ket and 10th 

LYXBE A IIOl^H (William C 
Lynde and Howard M Hough), general 
commission and wholesale fish mer- 
chants, 416-418 Davis 

Lyne & Dempsey (R C Lyne and D Demp- 

sey), dry goods, 1022 Market 
I Lynn P A, stove mounter, 641 3rd 

Lvnn Patrick, liquor saloon, 1910 Miss 

LYOX DAVID, attorney at law, 
659 Clay 

Lvon Harry, fruits, 146i 5th 

JLYOX JAMES" E, mining, 314 

Montgomery 
: L.YOY A KIXSEY (J L Lyon and 
C W T Kinsey), auctioneers San Fran- 
cisco and Alameda Countv, 943 Mar- 
ket 

Lyons E G & Co (Jules Mayer), wholesale 

liquors, 50S Jackson 
i Lyons E G & Co (Julius Mayer and John 
Pinet), California wines and bitter 
manufs, 508 Jackson 

Lyons John, wines and liquors, 50 2nd 

Lyser Albert & Co, publishers Pacific 
School and Home Journal, 508 Clay 

Lysett J P, fruits, 14 and 34 Center Market 

Lyza Pauline Mrs, crockery, 936 Folsom 



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Maach Ernst, wines and liquors, SW cor 

Kearnv and California 
Maas Jacob, stoves and tinware, 1052 

Howard 
Maas John G, liquor saloon, SE cor Main 

and Howard 
Maass Henry, liquor saloon, 221 Fremont 
Maass Henry F, propr New Washington 

Hotel, 622 — 626 4th 
MacAndrews E Mrs, millinery, 6 Eddy 
MacCarthy & Eccleston (I H MacCarthy 

and Richard Eccleston), wood and 

coal, SW cor Sutter and Powell 
iMacCrellish Frederick & Co (William A 

Woodman), proprs Alta California, 529 

California 
!MacDermott Charles F capitalist, 328 
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MacGovvan J E Miss, dressmaker, 925A 

Market 
MacKenzie & Co (John MacKenzie), stock- 
brokers, 208 Montgomery 
MacXamara Andrew, bootmaker, 12 5th 
MacRae Alexander, physician, 23 Rear 
XACABEE ALEXAXDER, 
manager The Baldwin, cor Powell and 
Market 
Macbeth Robert S, physician, 402 Kearny 
Maccarv Joseph, physician, 1009 Stock 
MACDOXALD I> A A CO, 
proprs Enterprise Mill 217-225 Spear 
and 218-226 Stenart 
Macdonald Donald, chemist, 1002 Stock 
Macdonald H W, The Club Andes, 6 Eddv 
MA e O OX A LI> MALCOL M . 
superintendent Eureka Stone Manu- 
facturing Co, 306 Montgomery 
Macdonough Joseph, importer coal and 

pig iron, 25 Market 
Mack James, cigar?, 1043^ Market 
MACK W $& CO "(John G), liquor 
saloon and restaurant, 222-224 Kith 
Mackay Alexander, carpet manuf, 1110 

Market 
Mackenzie John R, agent Singer Manu- 

factuing Co, 118 Sutter 
Mackert & Porter (Frank A Mackcrt and 
John Porter), wines and liquors, 610 
Sacramento 
Mackey Patrick, boarding, 919 Battery 
Mackie James B, mining broker, 309 Cal- 
ifornia 

Macintosh Robert, physician, 1013 Miss 
Macintosh & Bacon (William Macintosh 
and Martin Bacon), stockbrokers, 322 
Montgomery 
MA COX DRAY A CO (Frederick 
W Macondray), importing, shipping 
and commission merchants, and 
agents Vang Tze Insurance Associa- 
tion and North China Insurance Co, 
206 Sansom 
Macowskv Jacob, glass and picture frames, 

t;6s Mission 
Macowsky ft Adelson (Jacob Macowsky 
and Julius Adelson), news stand, 600 
Market 
Macphcrson & Shinn (John Macphcrson 
and Howard H Shinn), stockbrokers, 
32o" Montgomery 
Macphcrson & Wetherbee (A W Macpher- 
son and Henry Wetherbee), lumber, 
14 California 
Macresse Andros, coffee saloon, 19 Vallejo 
Macy Henry (', architect, 33 Kearny 
Madden M A Mrs, bakery, 117 7th 
Madel & Maskow (Peter Madel and H 
Maskow). liquor saloon, NE cor How- 
ard and Spear 
Madge Frederick, attorney at law, :;-^7 
Pine 



MA DISOX. It I H K I . «V CO 

(J H Madi-on, M J Burke and Wil- 
liam F McAlester), real estate agents, 
501-503 Montgomery 

MAOISOX IIAXS, cigars and to- 
bacco, 309 East 

MAOISOX A BURKE (JH 
Madison and M J Burke), house brok- 
ers and rent collectors, 501-503 Mont 

MAOSOX OLIVER, cooper, 120 
Wellington 

MAOSOX A PETERSOX (Oliver 
Madson and C A Peterson), liquor 
and coffee saloon, 14 Sacramento 

Maessen William, cured meats, 3 Xew 
Metropolitan Market 

Magellon F, bootmaker, 28 Himklev 

MA(;i)EBlR(i Ci EX ERA L 
IX«IRAX(E CO of Madge- 
burg, marine, Gutte & Frank general 
agents, 307 California 

Magee Thomas, real estate agent, 210 
Montgomery 

Magee William H, real estate agent, 224 
Montgomery 

Magee & Moore (John A Magee Jr and 
Arthur W Moore), shoe manufactur- 
er^ goods, 422 Sanson) 

Magg F, liquor saloon, 636 Commercial 

Magil. Arthur E, insurance agent. 323 
California 

MA«1LL THOMAKW, books 
and stationery, 1018 Market 

Magner David, horseshoer, 72 New Mont 
| Magner John T & Co, (f) J Magner). gro- 
ceries and liquors, 815 Broadwa;. 
IMagnes Abraham, boots and si 
16th 

Magnes David, ladies' underwear. B14 
Market 

M A <* X E T I C ELASTIC 
TRUSS CO, W L L Tier 
proprietors. 704 Sacramento 

Magnin Isaac, varieties, 236 3rd 

Magorty Hugh, groceries and liqnoTS, 
2815 California 

Maguire A B & Bro (Joseph), dr\ 
2288 Mission 

Maguire James G, attorney at law, 402 
. >inery 

Maguire M, ca penter, 501 Hyde 

Maguire M ft (>, ha\ and grain, 133 
Hayes 

Maguire 1' ft Son (John I"), mninilfflfan 
mercliants, llu <'!a\ 

Maguire Thomas manager Baldwin's 
Theatre. 982-936 Market 

MA4.I lltC«& < KOI4.II (James 
(i Maguire and Frank M Cloogh), at- 
torneys at law, 4o-j Montgomery, 

Mahan Henry, capitalist, 330 Kearnj 

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Maher Edward, groceries and liquors, NE 

cor Sacramento and Taylor 
Maher William, cigars, 22 2nd 
Maher William, superintendent Old Peo- 
ples' Horn •, N s Francisco bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Maher & Manion (Martin Maher and John 

Manion), dry goods, 1026 Market 

Mahler Charles, liquor saloon, 733 Davis 

Mahler Phillip, notary public, 422 Mont 

Mahlmann H, wines and liquors, 603 

California 
MAHL.STEOT JOHN A CO, 

house movers, 13 Merchant 
Maholm J B, mining secretary, 331 Mont 
Mahoney Daniel, blacksmith. 809 How 
Mahoney Daniel, liquor saloon, 444 6th 
Mahoney J, house-painter, 255 3rd 
MohoneV James, plumber and gas-fitter, 

1202 Larkin 
Mahonev James, wines and liquors, 501 

6th 
Mahoney J H, stockbroker, 408 Mont 
Mahoney John, blacksmith, cor 1st Ave 

and Kentucky 
Mahoney John T, hair-dresser, 1102 Mar- 
ket and 3 Turk 
Mahony Dennis, tailor, 1513 Polk 
Maier Charles, boots and shoes, 36 Kear 
Maillard M Mrs, dressmaker, NE cor Post 

and Stockton 
Main A F, mining secretary, 309 Cal 
Main Edward, bootmaker, 320 Folsom 
JIAIJI STREET IRON 
WORKS, William Deacon propr, 
131-135 Main 
Main Street Mill, M & A Hansen proprs, 

118 Main 
Main & Winchester (0 Main and E A Win- 
chester), importers and manufs har- 
ness, saddlery, etc. 214-216 Battery 
Mairhofer Leonard, liquor saloon, 426 4th 
Maisch John, wood and coal, 126 Geary 
Maitland William, boarding, 17 Vallejo 
Makin Robert G, commisoion merchant, 

302 California 
Makins James N, manuf neckties, 206 

Bwh 
MALA^AMBA CAMILLO, 

liquor saloon, 1128 Folsom 
Malatesta G, baker, 1313 Dupont 
Maiatesta Louis, wholesale wines and li- 
quors, 319 Pacific 
Malatesta N, real estate agent, 614 Wash 
Malcolm J Mrs, dressmaker, 1434 Broad 
Male George, hay, grain, etc, SE cor Bush 
and Van Ness Are, and SE cor Bran- 
nan and 8th 
HALECH i+ H, phvsician, 300 

Stockton 
MalKdy William J, undertaker, 763 Miss 
Mallett Richard, fancy goods, 14084- Pow 
Mallinger Peter, restaurant, 3S8 Francisco 



Mallon John, glasscutting and staining, 

1215 Howard and 19 Fremont 
Mallon Peter L, stained glass, 1213 How 
Mallory A Mrs, dressmaker, 2505 Mission 
Malm & Pamperin (C Malm and T G 

Pamperin), painters and whiteners, 

606 Howard 
Malone James, wines and liquors, 526 3rd 
Malone James H, furniture, 22 4th 
Malone Jane H Miss, fancy goods, 925 

Market 
Malonej' Patrick J, livery stable, 875 Fol 
Maloney Peter, butcher, NE cor 6th and 

Harrison 
Maipas Alfred, railroad ticket agent, foot 

Malter & Lind (G H Malter and C Lind), 
mill-builders, 419 California 

Manasini Aquila, butcher, 314 Montgom 
erv Ave 

MANASSE NATHAN, optician, 
20 Montgomery 

Manchester House, Manchester & Henley 
proprs, 44 6th 

Manchester & Henley (Mrs J B Manches 
ter and Mrs Margaret Henley), proprs 
Manchester House, 44 6th 

MASCrSI I>, fruits, 109 6th 

Mandlebaum F, wholesale wines and li- 
quors, 312 Sacramento 

Mandler John, paperhanger, SW cor Ellis 
and Mason 

Manfredini Pietro & Co (Felice Malteucci 
and Domenico Domenice), wholesale 
groceries, etc, 124 Pacific 

Mangan J Mrs, milliner, 1105 Pine 

Mangels C & Co (E Lilienthal), groceries 
and liquors, 102 3rd 

Mangels Frank, groceries and liquors, NE 
cor 21st and Howard 

Mangels Henrv, groceries and liquors, 
NW cor Folsom and 20th 

Mangels M & C wholesale grocers, 319 
Clay 

Mangels & Hedemann (H M C Mangels 
and W A Hedemann), groceries and 
liquors, cor 11th and Railroad Aves 

Mangeot George, glovemaker, 432 Mont- 
gomery 

Mangeot & Daclin (Charles Mangeot and 
Charles Daclin), blacksmiths and 
wagonmakers, NE cor San and Jack 

Mangles C, cigars, 301 Kearny 

MANGOIN FREDERICK, gro 
ceries and liquors, 1701 Market 

Manhattan House, James Cornyn propr, 
707 Front 

Manhattan Fire Insurance Co Alfred Still- 
man agent, 216 Sansom 

Manhattan Life Insurance Co (New York), 
Landers & Co agents, 2 Nevada Block- 
Mann Alexander & Co (Max Schlussel- 
blum), manufs cigars, 324 Clay 



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Mann C H, manager C Hastings ft Co, 

SW cor Montgomery and Sutter 
Mann John, livery stable, 918 Geary 

KAmrara Alfred w.Vopr 

Manning's Oyster Grotto, 426-428 
Pine 
Manning Francis C Mrs, coffee saloon, 

427 Pine 
Manning George, physician, 675 Mission 
Manning Henry J, oyster dealer, 882 La- 
gun a 
Manning Michael, livery stable,625 Fulton 
Manning Thomas, liquor saloon, 109 Jessie 
Manning T M, plumber, 47 3rd 
Manning William, restaurant, SW cor 

Railroad and 7th Aves 
Manning ft Steffcn (M P Manning and C 
Steffen), groceries and liquors, 319 
Vallejo 
Man row J P, r*al estate, 424 Montgomery 
Mans & Staude (Ametie Mans and John 
Staude), groceries and liquors, 815 
Pacific 
Mansbach Emanuel, fancy goods, 26 Kear 
Mansell ft Co (Frederick' Mansell), sign- 
painters, 423 Pine 
Mansfield Dudley, teacher music, 136 6th 
Mansfield I Le Roy, physician, 415 Mason 
Mansfield H C, groceries and liquors. 140 

8th 
Manson Jame-, blacksmith, 119 Beale 
Mantel Julius, hair-dre&eer, 1048 Bu- 
chanan 
Mantz Frederick C, furniture, 1637 Polk 
Manufacturers' Fire and Marine Insurance 
Co (Boston, Mass). Joseph C Jennings 
agent, 317 California 
1L4M FACTIRERS' IXSIR- 
AXCE CO (Newark, N J), Oliver 
Hawts general agent, 403 California 
Manz M Mme, laundry, 1523 Leaw nworth 
Marabello John, livery 6table, 686i McAl- 
lister 
Maraschi Anthony Rev treasurer St Igna- 
tius College 214 Hays 
Marcelli Lorenzo, livery stable, 13 and 

320 Broad way 
Marchal N, fish 20 New Metropolitan 

Market 
Marchand F Mme, dressmaker, 735 Ellis 
Marchand C, manager Nevada Co, 3-6 

Grand Western Market 
MARCHAM JOSEPH, whole 
sale wood, India Dock, foot Battery 
March i John, fruits, etc, 531 Merchant 
MARCH IK I MARIANO, liquor 

saloon, 401 Davis 
Marcou Claudius, laundry. 1424 Dupont 
Marcus Bros ft Co (Ernest F and Alfrpd J 
paints and dye otuffs, 521-523 Market 
Marcus George ft Co (Carl H G Marcus), 
agents Transatlantic Fire Insorance 
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Marcus Harris, fancy goods, 123S Folsom 
Marcosa Max, ladies' underwear, 405 Du- 
pont 
Marcuse H L, fancy goods, 50 3rd 
Marc y J G, plumber, 516 Bush 
Marder, Lu.-e ft Co (John Marder, A P 

Luse, Charles Miller, David Schofield, 

N C Hawks and John Stover), propr 

Pacific Type Foundry, 532 Clay 
Margot Joseph C, clothing, 132 Pacific 
Mariani A, bootmaker, 810 Bansom 
Marian i G D, hardware, 1028 Dupont 
Mariani Stephen, groceries and liquors, 

131 23rd 
Maricich Luca, coffee saloon, 23 Vallejo 
Marie J Mme, milliner, 106 Mason 
Marie T Mrs, chiropodist. 759 Market 
MAR IN & SONOMA LAND 

OFFICE, B Lingley agent, 702 

Market 

Marine Drug Co, SE cor Spear and Market fc^ 
Marine Insurance Co of London. William-, S 

Blanchard & Co agents, 218 California ^/^ 
Marino Frank, music furnisher, 514 Green |_^| 
Maristanv Joseph Jr, capitalist, 310 Pine 1 
MARHS CHARLEY, wines and O 

liquors, 434 Bush 
Mark Michael, furniture, 426 6th 
Markel, Trittenbach ft Co (John Marked 

and Emil Trittcnbaeh), butchers, SW 

cor Stock and Vallejo, and 1120 Har 
Market Street Railway Co, C B Gould 

superintendent, NE cor 4th and fcd 

Townsend 
Markey Hugh W, harnessraakcr, 420\*t3 

Haves Cj 

MARK LEY. LEVI A CO (Wil-lfcrJ 

liam G Marcy), grain commission 

merchants, 2< Washington 
Marks A, tailor, 715 Vallejo 
Marks Adoljh, dry goods, 1016 Dupont 
Marks August, cutler, 506£ Commercial 
Marks E & M H, clothing, 30 Steuart 
Marks Frederick, watchmaker, SW cor 

Montgomery Ave and Kearny 
Marks H, tailor," 628 Commercial 
Marks Harris, clothing, 508 Valencia 
Marks John, physician, 805 Mission 
Marks Joseph L, cigars, Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Marks Marcus, mamif oil clothing, 52 

Clay 
MARKS MARKS, crockery, china 

and glassware, 925$ Market 
Marks Morris, dry goods, 450 3rd 
Marks Samuel, beer bottler, 600 Mont 
Marks Samuel, clothing, 629 East 
Maiks Saiah Mrs, millinery, 114 3rd 
Marks William s, mining secretary, 208 ! 

Bush fc^ 

Marks ft Berliner (Simon J arks and Ber £3 

man A Berliner), manufs shoes, 414 ,j 



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Marks & Cassidy(S Marks and PCassidy), 

butchers, 204 23rd and 403 Folsom 
Marks & Reinhardt (Joseph Marks and 
Bernard R inhardt), stockbrokers, 
232i Montgomery 
Marku8 Louis, gents' furnishing goods, 

1152 Market 
Maronde Charles, liquor saloon, 650 Sac 
Marquard D F, real estate, 813 Stockton 
Marquardsen & Schellenberg (E H J Mar- 
quardsen and P Schellenberg), furni- 
ture, 151-157 16th , 
i Marquis H, locksmith, 18 Sonora 
Marquis John, architect, 39 Sutter 
JMarrin Conrad, whitener, 823 Market 
i Marriott & Son (Frederick and Frederick 
' Jr), publisher S F News Letter and 
California State Calendar, 60.9-615 
Merchant 
Marron Michael A, groceries and liquors, 

337 4th 
'; Marsh Andrew J , reporter, 708 Mont 
i .Marsh C A Mrs, dressmaker, 28 Ellis 
! Marsh E B, capitalist, 309 California 
MARSH in T & < O (E Amsden), 

Japane-e goods, 625 Market 
Marsh Henry Mrs, teacher music, 25 Pow 
MARSH H F. glassware, 316 Clay 
Marsh J B Mrs, dressmaker, 717 Bush 
Marsh Truss Co, Theodore C Caldwell 

manager, 109 Montgomery 
MARSHALL E C, assistant Dis- 
trict Attorney, 8 Montgomerj' Ave 
Marshall E L Mrs, private school, 310 

O'Farrell 
Marshall J D, boots and shoes, 413 Haves 
MARSHALL! JOE, oyster saloon, 

91-92 Center Market 
Marshall Mary, groceries, 219 8th 
Marshall Seth Jr, agent Parent Life Sav- 
ing Respirator, 309 California 
MARSHUTZ A 4JANTRELL, 
(L C Marshutz and T G Cantrell), 
proprs National Iron Works, NW cor 
Main and Howard 
Marsicano Patrizio.real estate, 75 Oregon 
Marsili L Mrs, liquor saloon, 412 Broad 
Marsili L & Co (O Tognotti, L Biancalana 
and L Vannucchi), livery Stable, 320 
Broadway 
Marson C F, manager Nucleus stable, 187 

Stevenson 
Marstenson Charles, bakery, 1501 Larkin 
Marston Delia Miss, dress-maker, 868^ 

Folsom 
Marsxen Julius, butcher, 208 Francisco 
Martell James L, general agent, 636 Clay 
KARTELL JOHN, gold and silver 

plater, 623 Sacramento 
Martens F, dairy produce, 57-58 Wash- 
ington Market 
Martens John, groceries and liquors, 1519 
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Martens Nicholas, furniture 1004 Howard 
Martenstein & Deming (Jacob Marten 

stein and H V Deming), proprs Na- 
tional Flour Mills, SW cor Battery 

and Pacific 
Martial J, glove manufr, 752 Market 
Martial Phi'.ip, sausage-maker, 506£ Bush 
Martin Addison, collector, 528 California 
Martin Charles H, liquor saloon, SW cor 

Vallejo and Davis 
Martin Charles M, agent Consolidated 

Fire Extinguisher Co, 410 Market 
Martin D, superintendent French Hos- 
pital, Bryant bet 5th and 6th 
Martin D S & Co (Charles A Malm), trunk 

manufacturers 2 Post and 258 Bush 
Martin E & Co (Edward Martin and D V 

B Henarie), wholesale liquors, 

Front 
MARTIN EDWARD, secretary 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, 

NE cor Montgomery and Market 
MARTIN EDWARD T, station 

ery, Russia leather and fancy goods 

5 Montgomery 
MARTIN, FEUSIER «& STEF 

FANI (Charles Martin, Louis Feu 

sier and Camillo Steffani), wholesale 

commission merchants, 309-313 Clay 
Martin G, wood and coal, 635 Vallejo 
Martin George, copyist, 502 Montgomery 
Martin House, N Thayer propr, 1130 Mkt 
Martin Lcuis, liquor saloon, 1024 Stock 
Martin M S. stock broker, 106 Leidesdorff 
Martin Padey pres Beach Cement Pipe 

Co 542 California 
Martin Rebecca Mrb, fancy goods, 420 4th 
Martin Thomas, bootmaker, 1418 Pacific 
MARTIN \V H Jk CO (John Bal 

lard), bridge and wharf builders, 7 

Spear 
Martin Whee'er, commission merchant 

22 California 
Martin W N, physician, 23 Kearny 
Martin & Co (John R Martin and Stewart 

Carlisle), house and sign painters 

819 Market 
Martin & Horton (Martin Clark and 

Thomas R Horton), wines and liquors, 

545 Clav 
MARTIN & JAUME (Charles 

Martin and Dominick H Jaume) 

liquor saloon, 532 Pacific 
MARTIN & RAMRAUD (Faure 

Martin and Alfred Rambaud), wines 

and liquors, and proprs Guillaume 

Hotel, 721 Pacific 
Martin & Torry"(M Martin and J Torry), 

blacksmiths and carriage builders, 

1604 Mission 
MARTIN <& TRARER (A Martin 

and J Traber), Swiss Wine Cellar, 

NW cor Kearny and Commercial 



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Marti nache N I, phvsician, 5h Kearny 
Martindell David W, mining, 824$ Mont 
Martineaut E I), physician, 109 Dupont 
Martineaut J Mme, dress-maker, 631 Sut 
Martinelli Bassillio, boot maker, 422 

"Broadway 
Martinez & Antonio (Juan Martinez and 

Manuel S Antonio), restaurant, 522 

Broadway 
MARTIXHO AXTOXIO S, hair 

dresser, 113 Jackson 
Martinon A, collector, 420 Montiromerv 
MARTIXOVUH SAMUEL A 

CO (Nicholas Uoss), liquor and cof- 
fee saloon, BTW cor Sacramento and 

East 
MARVIX J H d CO (Frank H 

Marvin), commercial agents, 2133 

Mission 
Marwedel C F, machinists' supplies, 56 1st 
MARWEDEL E H, importer and 

manuf window shades and fixtures, 

upholstery trimmings, and agent 

Mersereaus' stair rods, 571 Market 
Marx D B, attorney at law, 315 California 
Marx Jacob, mining, 45 Nevada Block 
Marye George T & Son (George T Jr), 

stock brokers, 234 Montgomery 
Marysville Woolen Mills, L & M Sachs & 

Co agents, SW cor Battery and Burh 
Marzloff John, upholsterer, 633 Filbert 
Marzloff John Mrs, midwife, 1910 Powell 
Maschio Vincent, wood and coal, 117 7th 
Mason Emma Mrs, dressmaker, 106£ 3rd 
Mason James, notary public, 6Merchants' 

Exchange 
Mason J E, civil engineer, 306 Pine 
Mason John, boot maker, 1521 Ellis 
Mason John, propr Mason's Brewery, and 

Supervisor, 517 Chestnut 
MASON JOHN R. commission 

merchant, agent San Jose Woolen 

Mills and John Clark Jr & Co's spool 

cotton, 535 Market 
Mason Marcus, inventor coffee machines, 

405 Front 
Mason Marv F, bakery, 2608 Mission 
Mason N H A, cattle dealer, 405 Cal 
Mason William Mrs, hair-dresser, 829 How 
MASON WILLIAM S, secretary 

and manager Omnibus R R Co, 727 

Howard 
MASONIC MONTHLY, Joseph 

W Kinsley publisher, 39 Sutter 
Masonic Savings and Loan Bank (in liqui- 
dation), 6 Post 
Mason's Brewery. John Mason]propr, 517 

Chestnut 
Masoonettc Eugene, coffee saloon, 221 

Liedesdorff 
Mass & Rathicn (A W Mass and H Rath- 

jen), groceries and liquors, SW COT 

Bush and Stockton 



' MftiWQj A Yung (Atkins Massey and N 
Yung), undertakers, 651 Sacramento 
| Massie H C, dentist, 19 6th 
| Massie William, hair-dresser, SWcor 19th 

and Mission 
: Masson Freres (Francois Q and Victor B 
manuf confectionery, 413-415 Com- 
mercial 
Massone G, blacksmith, 623 Front 
Marten E C, mining, 22 Nevada Block 
Masten N K, capitalist, 22 Nevada Block 
MASTERSON WILLIAM C 
groceries and liquors, NW cor 8th 
and Natoma 
MASTICK, RELCHER & 
MASTICK (E B Masti k, W C 
Belcher and J W Mastick), attornejs 
at law, 520 Montgomery 
j Mathe Charles, groceries and liquors, 730 

Bush 
j Mather A C Mrs, bakery, 228 1st 
Mathes D A, boots and'shoes, 867 Market 
Mathews E W Mrs, teacher mathematics, 

32 Ellis 
; Mathews S A Mrs, fancy goods, 705 La- 

guna 
! Mathews Thomas, bootmaker, S15 Bat 
Mathewson T, physician, 619 Kearny 
Mathewson Thomas D, real estate agent, 

606 Montgomery 
Mathias Edward, restaurant, 210 Drumm 
Mathieu& Maisjn (Alphonse Mathieuand 
Leon Maison), manuf jewelers, 15 
Trinity 
MATHlEL T iyi A SON, watch 
makers and manuf jewelers, 22 Stock- 
ton bet Market and O'Farrell 
Mathieus Louis, coffee saloon, 629 Davis 
Matson Olof, liquor saloon, 527 East 
Matson & Svenkeson (M Matson and Ula 
Svenkeson), proprs Western House, 
132-134 Steuart 
MATTAT CHARLES €J, cigars, 

316 Montgomery Ave 
Mattern & Moore (H Mattern and R 

Moore), shoe findings, 42Geary 
Mattes John, wines and liquors, 208 Sut 
Matthai John C, carriage-smith, cor Mis- 
sion an I 29th 
Matthews Henry, capitalist, 611 Clay 
Matthews James, boots and shoes, 529 

Sacramento 
Matthews Michael, fruits, 225 8th 
Matthews William, attorney at law, 120 

Sutter 
MATT HE WW & CO (W B Mat 
thews and 1 C Susenbeth*, ml estate 
and business agents, •'■' Kearn. 
Matthey Robert, bakery, 1528 Mission 
Mattliicson Matthias, bootmaker, 640 

Filbert 
Matthiesseo Matthew, bootmaker, 219 

12th 



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Matticevich N, liquor saloon, NE cor 
Wanhington and Battery 

Mattoon & Danglada (Joseph S Mattoon 
and Ignacio Danglada), ship and Cus- 
tom Houre brokers, 502 Battery 

Mattullath Hugo, president Mattullath 
Manuf Co E s 8th bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Mattulath Manufrcturing Co Hugo Mat- 
tnlath pres E S 8th bet Harrison & 
Bryant 

Matzdorff Moritz, cigars, 629 Union 

Mau Albert & Co (Herman J Sadler), 
wholesale grocers, 216 California 

Mau Christ, fruits, 2401 California 

Mau William F & Co (Ernest Mau), gro- 
ceries and liquors, 1022 Market and 
15-17 Eddy 

Maugien Fannie Mme, ladies' hair-dresser 
1324* Polk 

Maurer Peter, hair-dresser, 605 Mission 

Mauri Bros (Joaquim and Andres), Corks 
fee, 411 Sacramento 

Maurin John B, hats, 1047 Market 

Maxaner G, bootmaker, 1511 Mason 

Maxwell George H, reporter, 234 Bush 

May & Bach (Louis May and Isaac Bach), 
propr Golden Gate Laundry, 319 Dup 

Mayer Charles, groceries, 721 Broadway 

Mayer Charles, cloaks &c, 145 Post 

Mayer Charles, ovster saloon, cor Mission 
* and 16th 

Mayer Charles, poultry, 12 and 24 New 
Metropolitan Market 

Maver George, dravman, 301 California 

MAYER" HEXRY, groceries and 
liquors, NW cor Church and 17th 

MAYER HEXRY. groceries and 
liquors, SW cor Gearv and Laguna 

MAYER HEXRY.' merchant tai- 
lor, 109 Sutter under Lick House 

Maver J, plumber, 47 3rd 

MAYER JOSEPH, organ builder, 
127 Page 

Mayer Morris, plumbing, 716 Washington 

Mayer Philip, groceries and liquors, NW 
cor 11th and Natoma 

Mayer Simon, ex-public administrator, 
636 Clay 

Mayer W, wines and liquors, SW cor 
Montgomery and California 

Mayer9 Alfred, "stock broker, 240 Mont- 
gomery 

Mayers H & Co (Henry Mayers), jewelry 
and silverware, 205 Montgomery 

Mayers John, boots and shoes, 1712*Leav 

Mayers Robert, watches and jewelry, 621 
Market 

Mayere &. Hartman (S Mayers and S Hart- 
man), butchers6 New Metropolitan 
Market 

Mayes George, oyster saloon, 42 Califor- 
nia Market 



MAYHEW, EARXEST & CO 

(H Allen Mayhew and J T Earnest), 
grain brokers and commission mer- 
chants, 302 Davis 
Mayhew William H, druggist, 144 4th 
Mayhew & Taggard (H B" Mayhew and J 
A Taggard), internal revenue and 
custom house brokers, 508 Battery 
Maynard Henry, gymnasium, 232 Sutter 
Mavnard J C, insurance a^ent, 401 Cal 
MAYXARD JOHX H A CO, 

real estate, 315 Caiifonra 
MAYRISCH BROS & CO 
(Adolph, Gustave and Rudolph May- 
risch), importers and wholesale deal- 
ers cigars and tr.bacco, 405 Eatteiy 
MAYS "W H, physician and surgeon, 

518 Sutter 
Mazor & Levy (George Mazor and Joseph 

Lsvy), oyster saloon 11 Eddy- 
McAfee Bros (Clark William and Louis 
Carroll), real estate brokers, 202 San- 
som 
MoAFEE, WHEELER & CO 
(W McAfee, S H Wheeler and J Ham- 
ilton), engineers and boiler makers, 
210-214 Spear 
McAllister Charles J, manager West Coast 
Furniture Co, NW cor 4th and Bry- 
ant 
McAllister Thomas, upholsterer, 801 Leav 

McAllister william f 

M physician and quarantine officer, 
502 Battery 

McAllister & beroix 

(Hall McAllister and T 1 Bergin). at- 
torneys at law, 38 Nevada Block 
McAneny George B, mining, 52 Nevada 

Block 
McAran & Co (Patrick McAran), wholesale 

liquors, 322 Front 
McARHLE JAMES E propr Na- 
tional Exchange Saloon, 527 Wash 
McArdle Kate Mrs, varieties, 1604 Pac Ave 
McArdle Peter, liquor saloon, SE cor Mar- 
ket and 4th 
McArdle Simon, stationery, Palace Hotel 
McArron & Sophey (Charles McArron 
and Joseph Sophey), carriage factory, 
820 Folsom 
McAskill John, horseshoer, 324 5th 
McAuliffe & Co (M A McAuliffe), grocer- 
ies and liquors, 144 6th 
McAuliffe & Gard (F T McAuliffe and Ja- 
cob Gard), coffin makers, 516 8th 
McBoyle Alexander, druggist, 504 Wash 
McBride H E, attorney at law, (.07 Mont 
MoBRIDE JAMES H, physician, 

124 Tyler 
McBride William, paper hanger, 224 8th 
McBride & Cluin (Dennis McBride and 
Edward F Cluin), produce merchants, 
117 Drumm 



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McCabe B, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Jessie and Anthony 
McCabe Hugh, furniture, 128 4th 
McCabe James, attorney at law, 640 Clay 
McCabe J H, theatrical agent, 235 Rear 
McCabe John, cooper, 114 Oiegon 



Mcl'Kskey & Co (H McCloskey and Neil 

John Scally), groceries and liquors, 

1149 Folsom 

McClure David, attorney at law, 526 Mont 

McClure David M, attorney at law, 526 

Montgomery 

oon.SW cor 



McCabe Owen, feathers and mattrtsses, ' McCluskcy Thomas, liquor 

921 Market 4th and Harrison 

McCaffrey John, liquor saloon, 248 Beale McCollan Thomas W & Co (Mrs C A Mc 
McCaffrey Mary, dressmaker. 89 9th Collan and George Tasheira), whole 

McCahon & Wallace, house-painters, 124 ! pale dealers cured fish, 208 Clay 
4th 



.XrCOXBE JOHX, collector and 

note broker, 302 Montgomery 
'McCone Robert, groceries and liquors, 

227 Harrison 
McCone Robert, machinery, 403 Beale 
JMcCooey Owen, groceries and liquors, 961 

Bryant 
I McCord, Bridge & Co (James McCord, 
William E Bridge and Frederick G 
McCarthy Charles, groceries and liquors, Malone), livery stabl. , 221 Ellis 

1021 "Howard " McCormack C Mrs, proprietress McCor 

McCarthy Charles P, plumber, 1217 Fill j mack House, 681 Mission 
McCarthy Daniel, furniture, 93H Market McCormack John, groceries and liquors 
McCarthy Dennis J, stationery, 1128 Fol | 36 Tyler 
McCarthy Fanny, dressmaker, 1045 How Mr( ORHICK EDWARD, propr 



McCain James S, capitalist, 404 Front 
McCall J G, agent Erie Railroad, 635 Mar- 
ket 

McCann John, liquor saloon, 216 8th 
McCann M Mrs, bakerv, 143 3rd 
McCAXS NICHOLAS, plumber, 

gas and steam fitter, 716 Laguna 
McCarron John, blacksmith, 526 4th 



McCarthy Justin, bootmaker, Ws Mission 
bet 29th and 30th 

McCarthy Patrick, bootmaker, 222 Jack 

McCarthy Robert E, groceries and liquors, 
701 Hayes 

McCarthy Timothy, liquor saloon, N2 cor 
Geary and Lyon 

McCarty A M Mrs, teacher dancing, 1334 
Bush 

McCarty Bros f John and James), black- 
smiths, 139 5th 



Narraganset Saloon, ICS 1st 
McCormick Hugh, groceries and liquors, 

900 Taylor 
McCormick John W, insurance agent, 

425 California 
McCormick, Lewis & Co (T A McCormick, 

Oscar Lewis and J McCormick), 

proprs Industrial Iron Works, 233 

Beale 

Mccormick avii,l,iam]h, 

marbl mantels, 861 Market 



McCarty Daniel, boots and shoc3, 312 6th ; McCormick & Delanoy (Frank H McCor 



McCarty James, horseshocr, 107 Oregon 
McCarty James, butcher, 323 3rd 
McCarty Morris, liquor saloon, 1600 Miss 
McCarty Timothy, groceries, 664 Natoma 
McCaufiff Daniel", groceries, NW cor 22nd 

and Alabama 
McCaull M, carpenter, 631 Green 
McCAWIiEY A YOUK« (Wil 

liam McCawley and Andrew Young), 

proprs Arcade" Restaurant, 11-13 6th 
McCeney J C, attorney at law. 604 Com 
McClellan Charles, bootmaker, NE cor 

20th and Illinois 
McClellan H G, civil engineer, 4 Cal 
McClellan R Guy, attorney at law, 330 

Pine 
McClellan William J, house-painter, 435 

Hayes 
McCleskey J H& Co(Georgc Kattenhorn), 

wood and coal, 1701 Sutter 
McCloskey Patrick, horse shoer, 2214 

Mission 
McCloskey & Brophy (Michael McCloskey 

and John Brophy), horse shoers, 104 

Tyler 



mick and Frederick N Delanoy), 

shipping and commission merchants, 

315 California 
McCoy Charles L, mining secretary, 203 

Bush 
McCoy & Gallagher (Patrick McCoy and 

Thomas Gallagher), groceries and li 

quors, SE cor Howard and 8th 
McCraith Mary Mrs, millinery, 2443 Cal- 
ifornia 
McCREAGH THOMAS, grocer 

ies and liquors, 919 Harrison cor 6th 

Ave 
McCreery Andrew B, capitalist, 211 San 
McCrorey I H, assayer, 825 Kearny 
McCrvstle Charles, merchant tailor, 135 

4th 
McCue M J & Co, carriage builders, 1319 

Market 
McCully John, wines and l'quors, 122 2nd 
McCumiskcv James, bouts and shoes, 

■21 J 4 Mission 
McCuny lames, fruits, 122 7th 
McCut< iicn Edward J, attorney 1 at law, 

419 California 



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McDERMOTT B F, groceries and 

liquors, 132 11th 
MeDermott F J, plumber, 139 Clara 
McDermott James, butch r, 142 8th 
MeDermott M J, restaurant, 703 Howard 
McDermott Thomas, liquor saloon, 922 

Howard 
McDermott William, groceries and li- 

quor.i, 110 Shipley 
McDevitt James, bakery, 152 1st 
McDevitt James, baker v, 504 Minna 
McDevitt S A Mrs, milliner, 1443 Pnlk 
McDonald D L, mining, 310 Pine 
McDonald Edward, furnishing goods, 304 

6th 
McDonald Edward, wines and liquors, 424 

3rd 
McDonald J, painter, 861 Market 
McDonald James, boots and shoes, 536 

16th 
McDonald J F & Co (H W Grav), livery 

stable, 11 Webb 
McDonald John, liquor saloon, 1001 Mar- 
ket 
McDonald Mark L, stockbroker, 327 Pine 
McDonald Michael, fruits, 404 Folsom 
McDonald Michael, liquor saloon, 1633 

Market 
McDonald M J, stock broker, 203 Bush 
McDOXAJLD PATRICK A,wood 

and coal, 809-811 Folsom 
McDonald & Williams (John H McDonald 

and Thomas S Williams), merchant 

tailors, 14 Montgomerv 
McI>OXXEIiL JAMES J, chem 

ist, SE cor 6th and Market 
McDOXXELL J J ft CO (K £ 

White), apothecaries, 400 Hayes 
McDonnell Patrick, poultry, 10 Grand 

Central Market 
McDonnell Patrick, real estate agent, 410 
McDonough B Mrs, fruits, 135 Hayes 

Montgomery 
McDonough B Mrs, groceries and liquors, 

10 Jessie 
McDonough Matthew, groceries and liq- 
uors, 724 Howard 
McDougall B & Son (Barnett and Charles 

C), architects, 330 Pine 
McDougall Charles J, com U S N, light- 
house inspector 12th District, 120 Sut 

ter 
McDougall Neil, boots and shoes, 3008 

Mission 
McDougall S P, wines and liquors, SE cor 

4th and King 
McDows ^»elia Mrs, furnished rooms, 

121 Montgomery 
McDowell George, whitener, 803 Folsom 
McDowell I W, grainer, 1615 Powell 
McDowell William, show cards, 608 Mar- 
ket 
McDowell William, varieties, 458 16th 



3IeJ>OWEL.Ii A CO (Samuel Mc- 
Dowell and Walter Gould), carpet 

beating and renovating, 1321-1323 

Market bet 9th and 10th 
McEachren & Rowe (B D McEachren and 

William H Rowe), picture frame 

manuf, 132 Main 
McELHIWY P H, collector, 715 

Clav 
McELRATH & EELS (J E McEl- 

rath and Charles P Eells), attorneys 

at law, 230 Montgomery 
McElroy Andrew, groceries and liquors, 

642 Mission 
McElroy J G, physician, 822 Howard 
McElroy Robert, real estate agent, 519 

Montgomery 
McElroy Thomas, wood and coal, 1550 

Howard 
McElvey James Rev, pastor St. Paul's 

Methodist Episcopal Church, res. 

2519 Sacramento 
MeEvoy M A Mrs, dresomaker, 435 Jessie 
McEvoy Thomas, boarding, 414 Folsom 
McFadden M Mrs, dressmaker, 1010£ Lar- 

kin 
McFadyen Archibald, blacksmith, 1711 

Mission 
McFeeley M, painter, 2200 Fillmore 
McGann Patrick H, hats and caps, 25 3rd 
McGarrick K, millinery, 126 Kearny 
McGary Edward, capitalist, 310 Pine 
McGeary Elizabeth, millinery, 240 6th 
McGee Francis A, mining secretary, 32 

Merchants' Exchange 
McGee John B, uuning, 330 Pine 
McGee John J, hardware, 309 6th 
3[H,EO(»HE(,VX J T, mining 

secretary, 318 Pine 
McGill H M, attorney at law, 607 Mont 
McGill Robert E, custom house broker, 

508 Battery 
McGinerty Frank, liquor saloon, 821 Fol 
McGinn Anna Mrs, embroidery stamper, 

218 O'Farrell 
McGinn James, undertaker, 863 Market 
McGinnis Edward, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor 24th and Alabama 
McGinnis Hugh, dry goods, 1709 Market 
McGinnis Thomas, harnessmaker, 775 

Market 
McGlinn Hugh, livery stable, 126 4th 
McGorvern Phillip, bakery, 134 Rose Ave 
McGourk S, bakery, 77 Brady 
McGovern C C, physician, 9 Geary 
McGovern Peter J & Co, groceries, 325 

16th 
McGovern Phillip, wines and liquors, XE 

cor Market and Kearny 
McGowan Patrick A, groceries and liq- 
uors, 311 Franklin 
McGrane H & Co (J Dever), groceries and 

liquors, 874 Folsom 



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McGrath Edward, marble yard, 935 Mkt 
McGrath Horace, tailor, 908 Howard 
McGrath James, bootmaker, 252 Steuart 
MrORATH JOHY, propr Mc- 

Grath's Hotel, 512 Mission 
Mc'.rath Mary Mrs, bakery, 335 5th 
McGrath Owen, wood and* coal, 2938 Miss 
McGrath Patrick, bakery, 135 5th 
McGraw Edward W, attorney at law, 504 

Kearny 
McGregor Elizabeth, fruits, 3257 Mission 
McGregor James, liquor saloon, 242 Ban 
McGreil Patrick, liquor saloon SE cor 7th 

and Bryant 
McGre%v Archibald F, stockbroker, 420 

Montgomery 
McGroughter Margaret Mrs, bakery, 345 J 

5th 
McGruder Helen Mrs. millinery, 62 3rd 
HcGl'IKE ARTHUR, stair build 

er, 415 Mission 
McGuire Lucius, physician, 761£ Howard 
McGuire M, liquor saloon, 232 First 
McCjJUIRE PHILIP, groceries and 

liquors, 1601 Market 
McGuire & Diamond (John McGuire and 
Patrick Diamond), poultry and game, 
63-64 Center Market 
McHENRY JOHX. wines and liq- 
uors, S\V cor 6th and Brannan 
9IoHE\BYS & CO T »V Cun- 
ningham), commission and provision 
merchants, 425 Front 
McHenry & Bradford (John McHenry 
and A C Bradford), attorneys at law, 
73 Nevada Block 
McHugh James, wood and coal, 947 Bry- 
ant 
McHlGH JOHX, propr Beale St 
Warehouse, NE cor Beale and Bryant 
Mclnarny Thomas, horseshoer, 19 Tyler 
McTnerny Martin, groceries, 300 Shotwell 
Mclnirney & Stutz (William P Gamble 
and J Stutz), butchers, 52-53 Wash- 
ington Market 
Mclnnes J H, hardware, etc, 923-927 Lar- 

kin 
Mcintosh D. tailor, N s Greenwich near 

Devisadero 
Mclntyre George, carpenter, 205 Ellis 
Mclntvre John B, book-binder and paper 

ruler, 423 Clay 
Mclntyre William, ranges, etc, 246 Sutter 
Mclver James, bootmaker, 573 Howard 
M(JIXKI\ II 14.11 K, attorney 

at law, 402 Montgomery 
MeKAY BEWTWG MACHINE 
ASSOCIATION noot and shoe 
machinery ,Heniy Doyle & Co, agents, 
511 Market 
McKay & Brown (Angus McKay and 
James D Brown), wholesale grocers, 
427 Davis 



McKay & Co, Occidental Lumber Mills 
(Eureka, Humboldt Co), 4 California 

McKee John, liquor saloon, 9)1 Battery 

McKenna & Greany (Michael V McKenna 
and Michael Greany), hay and grain, 
W s Drumm near Clay 

McKenner P J, butcher, 4 Mission Mar- 
ket 

McKennev John J, agent La Grande Laun- 
dry, i 152 Market 

McKenney L M, directory publisher, 545 
Clay 

McKenzie Charles, marble yard, W s Cen- 
tral Ave bet Geary and Post 

McKenzie Donald T, horse clipper, 1415 
California 

McKenzie William, wood and coal, 819 
Geary 

McKeown William, plumber, 511 6th 

McKeune H & Co (John Binet), bellows 
manufs, 568 Mission 

McKew John, wood and coal, 431 Union 

McKewen Jonathan C, liquor saloon, SE 
cor Washington and Sansom 

McKewen P, plumber, NW cor Turk and 
Mason 

McKewen Thomas, cemetery fence build- 
er, S s Point Lobos Ave near Odd 
Fellows' Cemetery 

McKibbin & Petterson (T McKibbin and P 
Petterson), housesmiths, 319 Howard 

McKinlay Archibald, agent Bank British 
North America, 219 Sansom 

McKinley William, liquor saloon, 767 
Market 

McKinney George, bootmaker, 47 Sacra- 
mento 

McKinney J Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 1640 
Mission 

HcKIWIE MURRAY, wood- 
carver, NW cor Howard and opear 

McKittrick Edward, oyster saloon, 89-90 
Center Market 

McLane Charles E, capitalist, 68 Nevada 
Block 

McLane John, boarding 1 , 710 Front 

MoLane Louis, pres The Nevada Bank of 
San Francisco 301 Montgomery 

McLaren P M, mining secretary, 318 Pine 

McLartey James, groceries and liquors, 
NW cor Webster and Filbert 

MoIiAUCJHIiAX THOMAS P. 
harness and saddlery, 1714 Polk 

McLaughlin , fancy goods, 129 11th 

McLaughlin Charles, capitalist, 16 Mont- 
gomery Ave 

McLaughlin Francis, stairbuilder, 839 
(.Vary 

McLaughlin M A, physician, 761J. How 

McLaughlin M C Mrs, ladies' underwear, 
1028 Market 

McLaughlin William, liquor tatam, Kim 

bet 2nd and 3rd 



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McLaughlin "William H, druggist, NE cor 

22nd and Folsom, and SE cor 2tith 

and Mission 

McLay George B, physician, 2430 Mission 

McLEAX A A, manuf and dealer 

I X L Elastic Trusses, perforated 

frictional belts and elastic-web rubber 

goods, 605 Sacramento 

McLean Catherine (widow), bakery, 410 

4th 
McLean R A, phvsrian. 603 Merchant 
McLEAX &WAL LB AX JC (Wil- 
liam McLean and E M Wa.lbank), 
restaurant, 1427 California 
McLElfXAK J H, physician, vial 

magnetic healer, 220 Stockton 
McLeod A, wines and liquors, 5 Morton 
McLEOB A E. wines and liquors, 

1071 Market 
McLeod Q Robert, cigars, 544 4th 
McMahon Bernard, varieties, 759 Brannan 
McMahon James Mrs, bakery, 1205 Fol 
McMahon John, drv goods, 224 6th 
McMAHOX PETER, propr New 
York and Brooklyn Exchange, 117 
Druinm 
McMann James, fruits, 413 East 
McMAX\ T WILLIAM, wood and 

coal, SW cor Polk and Washington 
McManus Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

1602 Mission 
McMaster John, junk, 246 Spear 
McMeans Alex C, mining secretary, 328 

Montgomery 
MoMECHAX JAMES, monej- 

broker, 405 California 
McMenomy J H, butcher, 89 California 

Market 
McMillan John, teacher music, 157 9th 
McMillan Neal, boots and shoes, 206 5th 
MoMILLAX ROBERT, physi- 
cian. 722 Washington 
MoMILLAX A HESTER (Don 
aid McMillan and Levi B Kester), 
manufs cordials 6vrups, etc, 714-718 
Front 
McMonow Thomas W, liquor saloon, 208 

1st 
MoMURRAY PATRICK, groce- 

ries and liquors, 83 Brady 
McKALLY WILLIAM, station- 
ery and fancy goods, 908 Valencia 
McNally & Blattner (James A McNally 
and Nicholas Blattner), proprs Russ 
House Carriages, 215 Montgomery 
MoNALLY A IIAWK1\S im 
porters and dealers gas fixtures, 
plumbing materials, fancy bronzes, 
t tc, 607 Market 
HcKAHARA MICHAEL, liquor 

saloon, SW cor Valencia and 25th 
McNamara William, hats and caps, 1224 
Market 



McNear George W, grain merchant, 20 

California 
McNeil L Miss, teacher elocution, 627 

Ellis 
McNeill Daniel R. blacksmith, 23 7th 
McKEVIX EDMLXD, teacher 

navigation and marine expert, 406 

Beale 
McNulty Charles A, attorney at law, 43 

U S Court Building 
McNulty J M, physician, 118 Dupont 
McNulty Julia, bakery, 192 16th 

McNutt Mrs. dressmaker, 22 John 

McNutt William F, physician, 121 Mont 
McPheeters W S, attorney at law, 331 

Kearny 
McPherson Beniamin R, baking powder 

etc, 402 Front 
MCPHERSON JOII\ liquor sa- 
loon, boarding and lodg:ng, 26 Steuart 
McPherson M Mrs, dressmaker, 103£ Pow 
McPherson & Pickens (Horatio McPherson 

ana Joseph A Pickens), commission 

merchants, 202 Sansom 
McPike Henry C attorney at law, 522 

Montgomery 
McQuesten Charles, physician, 121 Mont 
McQuillan B, pictures, frames, etc, 215 

4th 
McRaith John, groceries and liquors, 356 

Jessie 
McRoberts William S, storekeeper U 

Bonded Warehouse, Greenwich Dock 
McShane & McNamara, painters and 

whiteners, 2 Jones 
McStav Edward, groceries and liquors, 

1151 Howard 
McTERXAS HUCJH, shipsmith, 

31 Commercial 
McTernan Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor 14th Ave and N 
McTigue Stephen, groceries and liquors, 

214 5th 
McVea James, cabinetmaker, 713 Stock 
McVicker & Roach (Charles McVicker and 

Thomas Roach), stone yard W s 

Townsend bet 3rd and 4th 
McWilliams Hugh, liquor saloon, 819 

Market 
Meacham Albert, carpenter, 712 Green- 

MEAD CHARLES H, saddlery 

and harness manuf, NE cor Jackson 

and Front 
ME AH L R, secretary Risdon Iron 

and Locomotive Works, SE cor Beale 

and Howard 
Mead & Harrison (William H Mead and 

Edwin Harrison), stage agents, 3 

Montgomery 
Mead & Runyon (L G Mead and Henry A 

A Runyon), commission merchants, 

225 Washington 



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Mead & Son (C H Mead, Jr), harness 

maker, 821 Market 
MEADE CALVERT, mining sec- 
retary, 324 Pine 
MEADE JOH\, liquor saloon, 1646 

Mission 
Meader Horace P, S F and Oakland Ex- 
Dress, 333 East 
Meagher Jeremiah, hamessmaker, 423 

Mission 
Meagher William F, bootmaker, 111 Geary 
Meares J L, physician and health officer, 

124 Geary 
Mearns George, searcher records, 621 Clay 
Mearns James, cigars, 718 Kearny 
Mearns James, fancv goods, 1500 Powell 
MECHANICS'* FOUNDRY, L 

Keller pres 217 1st 
Mechanics' Mills, Wells, Russell & Co 

proprs, SW cor Mission and Fremont 
Mecartney Amos, attorney at law, 6 

Montgomery Ave 
Medang G Mrs, embroidery, 711 Geary 
Medau Gearhart H, groceries and liquors, 

NW <-or Baker and Post 
Medau J & P, cigars, 201 Montgomery 

Ave 
Medauw J J H, wines and liquors, 970 

Folsom 
Medical College of the Pacific, 115 Haight 
Medico-Literary Journal, Mrs M P Saw- 

telle publisher, SE cor Kear and Sut 
Mee James, attorney at law, 625 Merch 
Mee Joseph, attorney at law, 625 Merch 
Meehan James, liquors, 622 Kearny 
Meehan John, tannery, Bernal nr Ser- 
pentine Ave 
Meehan Martin, y^ro cries, 35 Louisa 
Meeker William A, blinds, doors, etc, SW 

cor 5th and Bryant 
Meeke- & Banks (George C M-eker and 

William O Hunks), architects, 126 

Kearny 
Meeks Washington, attorney at law, 330 

Pine 
Meerscham J B, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor 8th and Folsom 
MEESE HERMAX, president Bay 

Sugar Refinery, SW cor Battery and 

Union 

Meetz Theodore, president Alameda, Oak- 
land and Piedmont K K, 430 Mont 
Mefret Xavier Mr and Mrs, boarding 

school, SE cor MasOD and Pacific 
Meherin Thomas, seedsman and florist, 

516 Battery 
Mehl Frederick, butcher, 303 8th 
Mehneit Ernest, bootmaker, 12 Jackson 
Mehrtens Brothers (John II and Herman 

G), groceries and liquors, SW CO! 

Polk and Sacramento 
Mehrtens R, groceries and liquors, 1280 

Mission 



Meier John, wines and liquors, 5 Mason 
Meier Joseph, bootmaker, 837 Pacific 
Meier Louis H, wines and liquors, NE cor 

7th Ave and N 
Meier & Frank, merchants (Portland, 

Oregon), 112-114 Sansom 
Meierdierks Christian, groceries and li- 
quors, NW cor Post and Powell 
Meiggs' Wharf Co, 330 Pine 
Meighan Rebecca A Mrs, bakerv, 1425 

Polk 
Meinberg M R Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 

323 Sutter 
Meincke Frederick & Co (August Pape), 

liquor saloon, SW cor 26th and Miss 
Meinecke Charles & Co (Charles Meinecke 

and J K C Portman), commission 

merchants, 314 Sacramento 
Meinhardt F W, carriage trimmer, 1146 

Mission 
Meinke Henry, wines and liquors, NW 

cor Missi m ami Steuart 
Meinke J F & Co, agents Hamburg- 
American S S Co, 401 California 
Meisburger Valentine, liquor saloon, r 37 

Pacific 
Meiscl H A, groceries and liquors, NE 

cor Union and Montgom- rv 
Mcisel Henry C, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor 15th and Dolores 
ME1MEL HERMAN, groceries 

and liquors, 244 Green 
Meissner Albert, wines and liquors, 421 

Dupont 
Meiycr C, groceries and liquors, NW oot 

Point Lobos Avenue and Cook 
Mel John, merchant, 34 California 
Mclczer William, agent Potrero Distil- 
lery, and commission merchant, 123 

California 
MEL.DE JOHX, locksmith and bell- J 

hanger, 817 Market 
Mellon Jno S, hou=e-painter, 3.U O' Parrel 
Melone Drnry, loan and commission, 4381 

California 
MELOXEY WILLIAM W, ur > 

(tries and liquors, SE cor Vallejoand 

Montgomery 
Mekong Gustav, bakery, ISO 3rd 
Melvill ■ Julia .Mr-, music teac h er, 613 1 

Mason 
MEXCAIUXI DAMUXO. plan 
tcr statuary, 12A 4th 

Mendel Louis, sausages, 1406 Gear] 

Mendelsohn i>, manager Co-operatiTe| 

Grocers, 8K cor Geari and Webster 
Mendelson B, clothing, 833 Pacific 
Mendelson J, commission merchant, NE 

cor Batter] and Clay 
Mcndcs l'a\ id, lion ; I 9tti 

MEXDIIEIM A HOFMANS 
(II Mendlieim, Ottokar and Adolpb 
Bofmann), sampk rsol on i, ill Miss 



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Mendocino Lumber Co, J B Ford pres, 40 
California, yard SW cor Beale and 
Brvant 

MEXDOCI\0 RAILROAD 

CO, West Evan? pres, Edwin Good- 
all sec, 10 Market 

Mendoza Amado, jeweler, 320 Montgom- 
ery Avenue 

Menesini V, butcher, 619 Broadway 

Mengel John, butcher, 46 Center Market 

Mengclcamp B, tailor, 1524 Turk 

Menke A, furnished rooms, 147 3rd 

Menke Henry, groeories and liquors, SW 
cor Stockton and Sacramento 

Menne C, merchant tailor, 533 Wash 

Mendel William, groceries and liquors, 
XE cor Stockton and Broadway 

Mentel William, wines and liquors, C38 
Broadway 

Mentz Charles H, druggist, 1534 Polk 

MEXTZ .rOII.V HEXRY. port 
steward O O S S Co, office P M S S 
Co's wharf 

MEXTZ JOHX H, propr Excelsior 
Restaurant, NE cor Brannan and 1st 

Menu J H, general agent, 609 Sacramento 

Menzies, Bingham &Co ("Stewart Mcnzies, 
Henry Bingham and Aithur Mc- 
Cracken), stevedores, 512 Battery 

Merani Envlio, bootmiker, 1409 Dupont 

Mercndo M R Mrs, insurance broker, 307 
Montgomery 

Mercantile Agency (R G Dunn & Co), Jay 
Lugsdin manager, 320 California 

Mercantile Collection Bureau, Hall W 
Baxter manager, 216 Sansom 

JIERCAXTI LELIBRARY. 
Arthur M Ebbets pres, Alfred E 
Whitaker librarian, 216 Bush 

JIERCAXTIEE LIXCH, Charles 
Ciaffey propr, 212 Sansom 

Mercer M A, confectioner, 916 Market 
17 Powell and 518 Kearny 

Merchants Dispatch Transportation Co, 
H C Hinman agent, 411 California 

Merchants Dry Dock, J C Cousins super- 
intendent, Brvant bet Main and Spear 

MERCHAXTS EXCHA \GE 
BAXK (in liquidation), Levi Stev- 
ens pres, R G Sneath vice pres, Emil 
Bellerman sec and cashier, 423 Cal 

Merchant & Stewart (Joseph Merchant 
and Andrew Stewart), draymen, 226 
Clay 

Mercier Eugene, wines and liquors, XE 
cor Folsom and 7th 

Me/iden Britannia Co, 134 Suttet 

Merkelbach William, butcher, 13 San 
Francisco Market 

Merle Charles F, mdse broker, 405 Front 

Merlin P Mrs, laundry, 245 2nd 

Merrell Isaac L, asphaltum roofing &c, 
314 Townsend 



Merrill George B, attorney at law, 310 
Pine 

Merrill J C & Co shipping and commission 
agents. 204 Cal 

JIERRIEE «fc WORTH (T L Mer- 
rill and E Worth), manufs paper 
collars and suspenders and dealers in 
gents furnishing goods, 571 Market 

Merrit H A Mrs, private school, 2206 
Stein er 

Merritt Samu-1, capitalist, 22 California 

Merry, Faull & Co (Wm L Merry, WiHisuB 
Faull), provision packers, 41,5 Front, 
retail 532 Market, packing house X T W 
cor Bay and Webstev 

Merseau A S, blacksmith, 1927 Mission 

Mersich Detato, wholesale fruit, 420 Front 

Merslish Dominick, restaurant, 1022 Bat 

Merten, Moffitt k Co (Geo A Storey, 
Thomas S Moffitt and A F Merten), 
ch<. mists, 322 Clay 

Mertens Ferdinand Mrs, bakery, 451 Oo- 
tavia 

MERVY A & CO(AlphonseMervy), 
druggists, SE cor Montgomery Ave 
and Green 

MERVEY ALPHOX^E, physi- 
cian, 1921 Union 

Merz William, groceries and liquors, SE 
cor Sutter and Powell 

Merzbach F H, attorney at law, 426 Cal 

Mesenburff Herman, bakery. 1124 Har 

JIESSER RACOX & CO (O F 
Griffin, John P Bacon and XatTMes- 
ser), otock brokers, 327 Pine 

Messersmith Joseph L, fancy goods, 2501 
Mission 

Messner & Serres (L Messner and John 
Serres). bakery, 400 Pacific 

METASTAZIO A & CO (G Rat 
to), wood and coal, 1823 Powell 

METCHKE OTTO, mining secre- 
tary, 328 Montgomery 

Methodist Book Depository, J B Hill 
agent, 1041 Market 

Metropolitan Banner, Rev I S Kalloch 
propr, 25 5th 

METROPOLITAX FOUND- 
RY, Curtis Tobey propr, 228 Fre 

Metropolitan Hotel, Mrs E W Heimburg 
propr, 516-518 Pacific 

3IETROPOL1TAX LOAX AS- 
SOCIATION, Otto Eschc secre- 
tary, 320 Sansom 

Metrovich Phillip S, fruits, 1222 Polk 

Metz Charles W, dairy produce, 13-14 
Hayes Valley Market 

Metzgeir Louis, stationery and wrapping 
paper, 208 Bush 

Metzl.er T C Mrs, dressmaker, 405 O'Far- 
rell 

Meussdorffer John C, capitalist, 409 Bat- 
tery 



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Meussdorffer K, hats and caps, 15 Kearny 

and 635-637 Commercial 
MEUSSDORFFER MARTI.V 

importer and nianuf hats and caps 
and hatters materials, XE cor Mont 
gomery and Bash and 402 Kearny, 
factory 416 Market 

Meux Joseph P, attorney at law, 217 San 

Mevenborg August, groceries and liquors, 
■ 135 Pacific 

Meyd A & Bro (Albert and Adolph), 
liquor saloon, hay, grain &c, SW cor 
Gearj' and Broderick 

Meyei Aaron, manuf cigars, 51S Wash- 
ington 

Mever Albert, bootmaker, 613 Laguna 

Meyer Anne, bakery, 159 16th 

Meyer Antone. confectionery. 1055 Miss 

Meyer B, butcher, 904 Larki'n 

Meyer Bros & Gaerdes (Albert and Adolph 
Meyer and Hermann Gaerdes), gro- 
ceries and liquors, SW cor Bush and \ 
Pierce 

Meyer C Mrs, fancv goods, 112 2nd 

Meyer C H & Brothers (Leopold C, Mar- 
cus C and Caffman H Mever), whole- 
sale hats, 28-30 Sansom 

Meyer Charle?, groceries and liquors, 236 
Folsom 

Meyer Charles, dry goods, 1303 Stockton 

Mever Christ, groceries and liquors, 1501 
' Taylor 

Meyer D, liquir saloon, XW cor Green- 
wich and Fillmore 

Meyer Daniel, commission merchant, 212 
Pine 

MFAER DETRICK, groceries and 
liquors, 1046 Howard 

Meyer E, nursery and florist. 31 Geary 

Meyer Emanuel, wines and liquors, 33 
Sutter 

Meyer F R, liquor saloon. 225 Pacific 

Meyer Frederick, bakery, W s Railroad 
Avenue near 15th Avenui 

MEYER HEXRY, groceries and 
liquors, 1046 Folsom 

Mever Henry, liquor saloon, SE cor 
Broadw ay and Front 

MEYER HE\RY, plasterer, paper- 
hanger and whitener, 407 O'Farrell 

MEYER JOHN, groceries and liq- 
uors, NW cor 20th and Shopwell 

Mever John H, groceries and liquors, 363 
'3rd 

Meyer John G H, manuf ivory goods, 320 
Kearny 

Meyer John W, groceries and liquors, SE 
cor Mission and 4th 

Meyer Joseph, bakery, 617 Post 

Meyer Joseph T, painter, 253 Tehama 

Meyer Julius, clothing Ac, 37 3rd 

Meyer L G Mrs, groceries and liquors, 204 
Steuart 



MEYER IiOFIS, Delmonico Res- 
taurant, 1007 Market 
Meyer Louis, gents furnishing goods, 513 

Kearn v 
MEYER LOOS, pronr Meyer's 

Wine Rooms, 22 Leidesdorff 
Meyer Martin S. attorney at law, 330 Pine 
Meyer Mathias, tailor, 1511 Mason 
Meyer M D, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Stockton and Washington 
Meyer Nanette Mrs, bakery, 705 Polk 
Meyer N D Mrs, dressmaker, 1006 Pacific 
Meyer R C, groceries and liquors, 1520 Fol 
Meyer T Lemmen, consul Costa Rica, 258 ] 

Market 
Meyer William, cigars, 106 7th 
Mever William, dry goods, 1113V Stock 
Meyer William, florist, 339 Bush 
Mejer William, liquor saloon, 325 Sansom 
Meyer & Akmann (Albert Meyer and Wil- 1 
Hani Akmann), butchers and grocers, I 
16-18 Sacramento 
MEYER & RFRMEISTER 
(MrsEMe.\er and F H Burmeister), 
proprs Cincinnati Hotel, 529 Va'encia 
Meyer & Dolldorf (William Meyer and : 
Rudolph Dolldorf), restaurant, XW 
cor Market and Lrunim 
Meyerback Solomon, groceries and li- 
quors, SE cor Green and Mason 
Meyers Ado'ph, musical instruments, etc, 

46 Geary 
Meyers Bros (Benjamin and Richard), 

horseshoers, 32 Clark 
Meyers J, merchant tailor, 501 Kearny 
Meyers J, tailor, 605 Commercial 
Mey< is Joseph, merchant tailor, 430 6th 
Meyers Robert c, druggist, NW cor Union 

and Powell 
Meyers & Lowenstein (J Meyers and Hi 
Lowen-jtein), tailors' trimmings, 134 
Post 
Meyerstein Joseph, sacks, 124 Commercial 
Meyerstein & Lowenberg (Louis Meyer 
stein and Isidor Lowenberg), rnanufS 
underwear, etc, 28 San-. 'in 
HEEZABA PIETRO, sculptor 

an 1 cameo-cutter, 806 Montgomery 
Mhoon John B, attorney at law, U> Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Michael Caspar, furnishing goods, 214 3rd 
Michael Gusta\c, boots and shoes, 848 Sid 
Michael Joseph, cigars, 680 (lay 
Michael Solomon, tailor, lis Leidesdorff 
Michaels A. tailor, 208 4th 
Michalitschke Bros (Joseph and Anton), 
cigars and tobaeoo, 239 and 801 
Kearny and 288 Montgomery 
Michalitschke Charles, cigars, < ; 4 ltd 
Michalitschke Gustav, cigars.- 601 Kearaj 
MichalRon Rasmus T. groceries, _i Alts 
Micheletti Bros (Alfredo and Ital..), 
butchers, L528 Dupont 






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niCHELS, F»IEDLA\DEB 
& CO (Aaron W Michels, Morris 
Friedlander and L M Michels), (New 
York), importers furnishing and 
fancy goods, 7-9 Battery 

Michels Isaac & Co (Kernville), merchants, 
7-9 Battery 

Michelsen Michael, liverj- stable, 434 
Eddy 

HICHELSEN VKHOLVS 
teacher drawing and penmanship, 
1129 Mission 

MICHEL^EX.BROWX & CO 
(Edward Michelssen, Benjamin W 
Brown and Daniel Roth),porkpackers, 
Potrero; wholesale butchers, cor Rail- 
road and 6th Aves ; and wholesale 
provisions, 308-310 Front 

Michi John, fruits, 810 Kearny 

Middlehoff Garret F, groceries and wines, 
701 Laguna 

Middlemas J R, capitalist, 406£ California 

MIDDLEMAN A BOOLE 
(George Middlemas and W A Boole), 
shipwrights and agents tug boat 
/Etna, Pier 19 Steuart 

Middleton John & Son (Samuel P Middle- 
ton), real-estate auctioneers, 419 Pine 

Middleton & Co (Jonathan Middleton), 
importers and wholesale groceries, 
320-322 Washington 

Middleton & Farnsworth (John Middleton 
and E S Farnsworth), wholesale and 
retail coal, 14 Post 

Midon r'rank, French confectionery, 117 
Sutter 

Mielke Meta Mrs, fancy goods, 212 O'Far- 
rell 

Mierson, Jewell & Co (August Mierson, G 
Jewell and I Lew), clothing, etc, 
524 and 828 Kearnv 

MH.IIKLL WILLIAM E, dealer 
new and second-hand ship material, 
105 Steuart 

Mignola J & Co (John Mignola, Sr and 
Jr), wood and coal and saw-filing, 
2420 Post 

Mikulich J C, restaurant, 321 Washington 

Milanders Edward, boarding, 106 Jackson 

Miles E O, fancy goods, 320 6th 

Miles Edward M, stockbroker, 413 Mont 

Miles Michael, liquor saloon, SW cor 5th 
and Folsom 

Military Library, David Wilder secretary 
and librarian, 328 Montgomery 

Miliani Giacomo, liquor saloon, 7Val!eio 

Militch & Abramovich (Stephan Militch 
and John Abramovich), liquor sa- 
loon, 120 Leidesdorff 

Milkmen's Headquarters, A T Noble sec- 
retary, 35 Eddy 

Mill Ernest, galvanized iron cornices, 610 
Octavia 



Miller Albert, capitalist, 22 California 
Miller Anthonv, butcher, 718 Brannan 
Miller B, poultry, 85-86 Center Market 
Miller Christopher A, watchmaker, 406 

4th 
Miller E H Jr, secretary C P R R Co, NE 

cor 4th and Townsend 
Miller E L, veterinary surgeon, 1321 Miss 
Miller Elias, stockbroker, 402 Mont 
Miller F A, propr Exotic Gardens, S s 

Mission bet 13th and 14th 
Miller F W, hair-dress ?r, 206£ Sutter 
Miller Frederick, butcher, 1103 Folsom 
Miller George, fruits, 609 Laguna 
Miller George W, hatter, 112 Montgomery 
Miller George W, restaurant, 715£ How 
Miller G M, nursery and florist, SE cor 

Greenwich and Pierce 
Miller Henry, cigars, 1200 Market 
Miller Henry, liquor saloon, SE cor Jack- 
son and Davis 
Miller Henry, wood and coal, 28 Potter 
MILLER HENRY R. mining sec- 
retary, 405 California 
Miller Henry W, roofer, NW cor Main 

and Mission 
Miller H W, butcher, W s Broderick nr 

Pine 
Miller J Mrs. liquor saloon, 139 Beale 
MILLER JACOR, horseshoer and 
carriagesmith, cor 15th and Railroad 
Aves 
[Miller James, fruits, 1741 Mission 
'Miller J M & Son (Charles A), manuf 

show-cases, 545 California 
J Miller John, liquor saloon, 52 1st 
i Miller John, liquor saloon, 101 Steuart 
! Miller John A, physician and druggibt, 

1018 Valencia 
Miller John Frederick, cigars, 901 Kearny 
i Miller John H, attorney at law, 421 Mont 
, Miller John M, furniture, 1029 Market 
MILLER JOHN P.CJ, attorney at 

law, 214 Sansom 
: Miller L, furniture manuf, 122 Geary 
Miller Louis, candy, 619 McAllister 
MILLER LOUIS JR, manuf jew- 
eler, 335 Bush 
Miller Louis & Co, proprs Hotel Rhein, 

909 Kearny 
I Miller Louise Miss, bakery, 829£ V'allejo 
Miller M & Co, boots and'shoes, 909 Mar- 
ket 
Miller M Miss, private school, 814 Bush 
\ Miller M A Mrs, millinery, 8 5th 
; Miller, Mark & Co, advertising brokers, 

60? Market and 9 Post 
Miller C, mining secretary, 324 Pine 
Miller Peter, hair-dresser, 1307 Powell 
Millet Valentine, carpenter, 919 Pacific 
Miller W Mrs, groceries, 1301 Mont 
Miller W C, druggist, 1124 Stockton 
Miller William, bakery, 262 8th 



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MILLER WILLIAM, liquor sa- 
loon and boarding house, 5 Wash 
MILLER WILLIAM H, groce- 

lies and liquors, 319 Green 
Miller William P, mining engineer 80 

Nevada Block 
Miller & Co (W J Mi'ler and James P 
Hulme), commission merchants, 10 
Davis 
Miller k Ellis (J W Miller and H H Ellis), 

hay and grain, 21 Spear 
Miller '& Lux (Henry Miller and Charles 
Lux), wholesale butchers, 533 Kearny 
Miller & Reese (Ernest Miller and William 
Reese), groceries and liquors, SW cor 
Shotwell and 23rd 
MILLER Sl RICHARD, proprs 
Scotch Type Foundry and wholesale 
paper dealers, 529 Commercial 
Miller & Van Wyck (George Miller and H 
L Van Wvck), stockbrokers, 308 Pine 
Millett E V, col'ector, 504 Kearny 
Milliken I T, mining secretary, 528 Cali- 
fornia 
Milliken P & J, groceries and dairy pro- 
duce, 56 Center Market 
Millmeister H F, bakery, 312 Hayes 
Milloglav M P, restaurant, 138 4th 
Milloglav N P, restaurant, SE cor Battery 

and Pacific 
Milloglav Peter, restaurant, 123£ 6th 
Mills Andrew, plumber, oor Railroad and 

15th Aves 
Mills D O, capitalist, 426 California 
Mills, Leak & Co (Philo Mills, Mon Leak 
and John Fulton), manufs gloves, 22 
Sutter 
Millzner Leopold, watchmaker, 422 Kear 
Milne George, plumber, 119 Dupont 
MILWARI) HEXRY& SONS, 
needles and fish hooks, Henry Doyle 
& Co, agents, 511 Market 
Minchan Patrick, butcher, 536 4th 
MIXERS' MARKET, Luke Stark 

propr, 238 1st 
MIM%<w A\D SCIENTIFIC 
PRESS, Dewey & Co, 202 Sansom, 
editorial rooms, 414 Clay 
Minjo Joe Bros & Co (Louis Minjo), poul- 
try, 422 Clay 
Mink P J, bootmaker, 1624 Leavenworth 
Minor John F, physician, 767 Howard 
Minor M P, mining secretarv, 44 Nevada 

Block 
Minor Simon B, wines and liquors, 13 3rd 
M1XTERX E MRS, physician, 329 

O'Farrell 
Mintie A E & Co (De P Steinhard), 

physicians, 11 Kearny 
Miraj^lia Camillo, hair-dresser, 902 Front 
Mirasole Cora V Mrs, teacher dancing, 

428 Post 
Misgill T F, horseshoer, 1213 Steiner 



M1SH P A SOX (BMish), importers 
millinery and straw goods, 53'.) Mar- 
ket and retail 816 Market 
Mission Baths, F Bazan propr 1633 Miss 
Mission Bay Bridge Co, cor 4th and 

Townsend 
Minion Market, NE cor 16th and Mission 
Mission Mirror, A J Boyer propr, cor Mis- 
sion and 16th 
Mission Woolen Mills, S s Folsom bet 15th 

and 16th depot 115 Battery 
Missler B, wines and liquors, 819 Kearny 
MISTRE SIMEOX, tin and cop- 
persmith, 811 Montgomery 
Miti hel M, boot crimper, 173 Jessie 
Mitchell Don C, buperintendent Eastern 

Cider Co, 719 Bryant 
Mitchell Ferdinand, hair-dresser, 103 

Steuart 
Mitchell Frank, liquor saloon, 1100 Mar- 
ket 
Mitchell Frank, restaurant, 2001 Polk 
Mitchell George H, general broker, 507 

California 
Mitchell H D#architect, 217 Sansom 
MitcheU John & Son (Peter J), groceries 

and liquors, SEcor 24th and Har 
Mitchell JohnC, insurance agent, 425 Cal | 
Mitchell M Miss, millinery, 46th 
Mitchell Mary Mrs, bakery, 8 7th 
Mitchell William H, liquor saloon, 12 Or 

egon 

Mitch 11 & Hobe (James E Mitchell and 
Adolphus A Hobe), carpet-beatinjj 
machine and window-shade manufs, 
230-232 14th 
MITCHLER ii, commission mer- 
chant, 22 California 
Mitschke J R, ladies tailor, 245 2nd 
Mittchell Peter, groceries and liquors, 

328 7th 
Mix L W, stockbroker, 317 Montgomery 
Mixer George H, manuf patent bungs and 

bushes, 51 Bcale 
Mocker & Newmark (Rudolph Mocker 
and Abraham Newmark), plumbers, 
327 Turk 
Modrv Marcus, cigars, 312 3rd 
MOEBIS FREDERICK, boot 

and shoemaker, 333 East 
Moeller & Grauffel, (John Moellcr and F 
Grauffel), wines and liquors, 609 
Jackson 

Moennimr G, hardware, 614 Octavia 
MOESER JULIUS, importer and 

dealer musical strings, Sll^ Market 
Moejjsner Christian, wines and liquors, 

LS58 Market 
Moffat E & H, wholesale butchers, 1st 
Ave near Kentuckv, office 288 Kearnv 
Moffatt P K, carpenter, 713 Turk 
Moffatt Thomas, bootmaker, 3 Clemen- 
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Morgan Joseph R, furniture, 1804 Market 
Mogan Patrick J, attorney at law, 22 

Montgomery 
Mogling Charles, liquor saloon, 1143 

Mission 
Mohlfeldt & Wallmann (Louis Mohlfeldt 
and Richard Wallman), groceries and 
liquors 501 Jones, and wood and coal 
504-510 Jones 
Mohr Carl, hair-dresser, 1437 Howard 
Mohr Joseph C, teacher 6wimming, foot 

Larkin 
Mohr Rudolph, secretary San Francisco 

Stock Brewery, m8*Powell 
Mohr & Steffens (Peter Mohr and Harry 
A Steffens), groceries and liquors, 
2CO0 Polk 
Mohrig Christopher F, jewelry manuf, 

N s Berry bet 4th and 5th 
Mohrmann Fred & Co (Nicholas Blancken), 
groceries and liquors, cor Kearny and 
Broadway 
Moisant Airraids, groceries and liquors, 

13 Van Ness Ave 
Moise S H Mrs, fancy goods. 416 Larkin 
Mojica Dolores, manuf mrreical instru- 
ments, 1027 Kearny 
Molera & Cebrian (Eusebio Molera and 
John Cebrian), civil engineers, 40 
Merchants' Exchange 
Moliere James W, physician, 511 Mason 
Molineux Henrv, manager Seth Thomas 

Clock Co, 132 Sutter 
Molk M Mrs, groceries and liquors, XW 

cor Dupont and Green 
Moller E, teacher music, 28 Laurel Ave 
Moller Gustave, carpenter, W s Webb bet 

Sacram<-nto and California 
Moller J H, cigars, 312 6th 
Moller R, carpenter, 28 Geary 
Moller Richard, cigar manuf, 1314 Polk 
MOL.JLOY JOHN, produce com- 
mission merchant, groceries and pro- 
visions, safes, and scales, 54 Clay 
Molloy Martin, boots and shoes, 128 5th 
Molloy Patrick C, real estate agent, 116 

Montgomery. 
Molloy Peter, real estate agent, 315 Cal 
Moloney John, liquor saloon, 220 Broad 
Moloney Patrick, boots and shoes, 103 5th 
Moloney Jeremiah, groceries, 535 Stev 
Moloney P S, mcr-chant tailor, 138 Mont 
Molteng Charles F, hair-dresser, 1616 1 

Polk 

Molter Charles, carriage trimmer, 21 7th 
Momen Adele L Mme, midwife, 1C05£ 

Powell 
MOXAGHAX JOSEPH, wines, 

liquors and cigars, 60-62 1st 
Monaghan Patrick, hootmaker, 458 6th 
Monaghan & Flynn, plumbers and gas-fit- 
ters, 1502 California 
Monahan John, liquor saloon, 435 Pine 



Monahan Mary A Mrs, groceries, 674 Na> 

tonia 
MOXASCH JULIUS, clothing, 

2005 Mission 

Mondow Carlos, dry goods, 1237 Dupont 

Mone John J, attorney at law, 13 Nevada 
Block, 

MONITOR THE (Catholic Weekly), 
Rev J F Harrington editor, 622 Clay 

Monks A Mrs, dressmaker, 505 3rd 

MOXKS S, wig maker and ladies' 
hair-diesser, 14 Stockton nr Market 

Monier George, wines and liquors, 1153 
Howard and 817 Larkin 

Monnin Bros (George and F X), boots and 
shoes, 804 Kearny and 603 Mont- 
gomery 

Monnin John B, boots and shoes, 1526 
Polk 

Monroe Francis S, mining, 310 Pine 

JIOXSEES HEXBY. groceries 
and liquors, 756-<58 Bryant 

Monscigneur Antoine, baker, 237 4th 

Monsen Halvor, cigars, 260 Steuart 

Monson B H & Co," printers, 506 Com 

Mount Diablo Hotel and Land Co, F W 
Vannegan president, 531 California 

Montague M Mrs, dressmaker, 124 Hayes 

MOXTAGIE W W & Co. (C 
Adolphe Low, Charles A Belden and 
A A Watkins) importers and jobbers 
stoves, ranges, iron mantels, metals, 
tinners stock, etc 110-118 Bat 

MOXTEALECiKE J CJ (successor 
to Ira Maiden & Co), coffee and spice 
mill, propr Aztec Pinole Co, and im- 
porters coffee, 218 Sacramento 

Montealegre & Co (I Antonia Salazar, Ra- 
fael Gallegos, J M Montealegre Jr, 
Manuel and Edward Montealegre), 
commission merchants, 230 Cal 

MOXTGOMERY CHARLES, 
propr Montgomery's Hotel, 227-229 
2nd, wholesale groceries, 406 Com 

Montgomery House, William Perkins 
propr, 613 Mission 

Montgomery Joseph T, harness, 220 Mont- 
gom erv Ave 

3HOXTGOJIERYS HOTEL., 
Charles Montgomery propr, 227-229 
2nd 

Moock George, butcher, 4 Grand Central 
Market 

Moock Jacob, butcher, 31 Valencia 

Moody John C, druggist, 1401 Polk 

Moody & Farish(William Moody, A T and 
T E Farish), wool commission mer- 
chants, 210 Davis 

Moon, Scully & Co (A J Moon and P 
Scully ), wholesale wines and liquors, 
316 Sacramento and 321 Commercial 

Mooney Daniel J, groceries and liquors, 
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Mooncy H, wines and liquors, 244 Sutter 
Mooney P, restaurant, 1146 Market 
Moor W H, superintendent CPRR Co's 

Steamships, 30 Sacramento 
Moorbrink Bernard, tailor, 1079 Market 
Moore Andrew, furniture, 1215 Powell 
Moore Austin I), commission merchant, 

109 California 
Moore Calvin, dentist, 6 Eddy 
Moore Charles W, physician, 652 Market 
MOORE DATID. stone and mar- 
ble yard, NW cor California and Cen- 
tral Ave 
MOORE 1>E WITT C. physician, 

8 Ellis 
XOORE EliliEN D Mrs, physi- 
cian, 8 Ellis 
Moore Elliot J and Joseph H, attorneys at 

law, 77-78 Montgomery Block 
Moore Emanuel, hair-dresser, 1145 Fol 
MOORE H A MRS, hair-producer, 

108 Stockton 
Moore Henry K, attorney at law, 528 Cal 
Moore, Hunt & Co (George II Moore, H 
B Hunt and Cornelius Deweese .Tr), 
wine and liquor merchants, 32 Cal 
Moore I C, importer teas, 821 Battery 
Moore J A Mrs, millinery, 316A 3rd 
Moore Jacob, mining secretary, 309 Cal 
Moore Jacob G, appraiser, New Ap- 
praiser's Building 
Moore John, boots and shoes, 1057 Folsom 
Moore John, wood and coal, 662 Mission 
Moore Justin P, mining, 240 Montgomery 
Mrooe Moses, agent, 117 Pine 
Moore S A Mrs, furnished rooms, 1532 

Polk 
Moore Silvista, wood, coal, &c, 835 Valen 
Moore William, liquor saloon, 111 Jessie 
Moore Z W, wholesale fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 37 California Market 
Moore & McLaren (John A Moor - and 
Charles S McLaren), commission 
merchants, 14 Spear 
Moore & Montgomery (William B Moore 
and George S Montgomery), stock 
brokers, 324£ Montgomery 
Moore & Murphy (John Moore and John 

Murphy), boots and shoes 138 6th 
MOORE A WIL.KIE (Isaac Moore 
and Andrew Wilkic), mouldings 
frames, sashes, doors and blinds, sW 
cor Mission and Freemont 
MOORECROFT FRED E R- 
ICK. stone seal engraver, 126 Kear 
Mooser William, architect, 302 Mont 
Moraghan M B, oyster dealer, 68 Califor- 
nia Market. 
Moran Frank, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor 4th and Perry 
Moran James, restaurant, 234 Bran nan 
Moran J M & Co, dry and fancy goods, 
204 6th and 1007 Howard 



Moran Michael, liquor saloon, 63 Jessie 
MORAX THOMAS A CO, 

(Thomas Mclncrney), real estate 
agents, 606 Sacramento 

Morasci Julian, junk, 107 Pacific 

Morcel J, blacksmith, 12 Stockton Place 

Morchio D'Barli A, ostrich feathers, 720 
Market 

MORC HIO M MRS A SOX 
(Frank Morchio), proprs Bodie Res- 
taurant, 6 Leidesdorff 

More Joseph J, carpenter, 135 2nd 

More, Reynolds & CO (Samuel More and 
F B Reynolds), wholesale wines and 
liquors, 212 California 

Moreal H P, real estate agent, 402 Mont 

Morearty Patrick, groceries and liquors, 
NE cor 23rd and Hampshire 

MOREL. A, dermatologist, 838 Mar- 
ket 

MOREL.L.I U A CO (Joseph Bacci), 
wood and coal, 424 Jackson 

Morelos Antoine, manuf cigarrettes, 735 
Green 

Moresi & Buzzini (John Moresi and Mar 
tin Buzzini), wines and liquors, 12f.l 
Mission 

MORETTX PAI'L, liquor saloon, 
420 Jackson 

MORETTI A TREZZIXI (At 
tcleo Moretti and Bernard Trezzini), 
artists and fresco painters, 6 Eddy 

Morfee ° J, carpenter, 502A 3rd 

MORFFEW THOMAS, dentist, 
120 Sutter 

Morgan Brothers (G W and Alfred), 
fruits, 800£ Maiket 

Morgan Patrick, liquor saloon, Harbor 
View 

Morgan William P, agent Mcridcn Bri- 
tannia Co, 134 Sutter 

Morgan & Co (John S Morgan, John and 
Thomas Crellin), wholesale oysters, 
87 California Market 

Morgan & Ferguson (George and A Mor- 
gan and A Ferguson), fruits, 409 Bush 

Morgenstern Alfred, butcher, 546 3rd 

Morgenstern Alfred w, butcher, 7 Bern 

mor<;exstekx iicmiv w, 

hair-dresser and musician, 540 Market 
Morgenstern Louis A, cigars, 111 Butter 
Morgenstern M, stock broker, 436 Mont 
Morgenthal Anthony, attorney at law, 

429 Montgomery 
Morgenthau Max, propr Mission Soap 

and Candle Works, 108 Bush 
Moriaitv Robett, groceries and liquors, 

1623 Hyde 
Moriscm, Hutchinson ft c<> (Thomas H 

Morison, Cardincr S Hutchinson, 
Henr\ B Pier* c and < harlcs I> Hoj t ). 
manuf "Star Shirts," 112 Buah 

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Morison & Co (William C an J J H Mori- 
son), real estate, 436 Mont 
Moritz John C, butcher, 705 Montgomery 

Ave 
Morizio Joseph, mining secretary, 323 

Montgomery 
Morken Hermann F, wines and liquors, 

328 Pine 
Morlock Frederick, dairy produce, 25 

Center Market 
■ OBIII6 CAL.I. (daily and 
weekly), S F Call Co publishers, 525 
Montgomery 
Morning World (weekly), William H Carl- 
son publisher, 320 Sansom 
Morrell Jamea W, restaurant, 537 Sac 
Morrell Abraham, real estate, 420 Mont 
Morrell Charles, musician, 430 Kearny 
Morrell Charles O, bakery, 738 Howard 
Morrill Paal, surveyor port San Francis- 
co, NW cor Washington and Battery 
Morris Aaron, provision merchant, 713 San 
Morris Abraham, marble works, 216 5th 
MO K KIM ADOL.F, merchant tai- 
lor, 119 3rd 
Morris B & Co manuf jeweler, 643 Sac 
Morris Henry, tailor, 335 6th 
Morris H L, confectionery, 144 5th 
!Morri8 James, accountant, 502 Kearny 
Morris Julius, cigars, 7 6th and 32 3rd 
i Morris L P, carpenter, 905 Jones 
MORRIS PMUMATIC MAX 
FFACTURING CO, A A Sar- 
gent president, 1045 Market 
Morris Samuel, fruits, 428 6th 
Morris Samuel F, furnished rooms, 52 2nd 
MORRIS T, Secretary Morris Pneu- 
matic Manufrcturing Co, 1045 Market 
Morris, Tasker & Co (limited) New York, 

C Froelich Jr agent, 253 Market 
Morris & Kennedy (William Morris and 
John F Kennedy), artists' materials, 
19-21 Post 
Morrisey P H Mrs, groceries, 210 5th 
Morrison George H, lumber, 575 Brannan 
Morrison J, physician, 1429| Mission 
Morrison John," silver-plater, 755 Mission 
MORRISON JONAS J, lumber 

NE cor Mission and Spear 
Morrison Thomas H, real estate, 419 Pine 
Morrison Robert, attorney at law, 29 

Montgomery Block 
MORRISON ROCERT F, judge 

Supreme Court old City Hall 
Morrison William F, physician, 1429$ 

Mission 
Morrison W P & Co, druggists, SW cor 

22nd and Mission 
Morrison & Co (J B and Andrew Morri- 
son), carriage-srMiths, 110 Jessie 
Morrison & Laffey (John C Morrison and 
Edward N Laffey), shipping agents, 7 
Mission 



Morrissey William, boot-maker, 95 Com 
Morritt William, tailor, 952* Howard 
MORROW GEORGE, hay, grain 

and commission merchant, 39 Clay 
Morrow George, plumber, 1903 Fillmore 
Morrow Matilda Mme, dress-maker, 7 

Powell 
Morrow Robert F, real estate, 414 Cal 
Morrow William W, attorney at law, 309 

Montgomery 
Morse C A. mining, 217 Sansom 
Morse Charles W, agent Sanborn Map and 

Publishing Co, 420 California 
Morse George D, photographer, 417 Mont 
Morse Harry N, detective 328 Mont- 
gomery 
Morse John, butcher, 141 Page 
MORSE JOHN F, physician, 126 

O'Farrell 
Morse Levi, stevedore, SW cor Mission 

and Steuart 
Morse S H, propr Second Street House, 

115 Second and 74 Minna 
MORSHEAD JOHN W, propr 

City Front L'very, Sale and Boarding 

Stables, 25 Washington 
Mortensen P, butcher, 407 Turk 
Morton Albert, clairvoyant, 11 O'Farrell 
Morton H L, cigars, 409 4th 
Morton H R, dentist, 205 Montgomery 

Ave 
Morton J & Co (John, S S and W R Mor- 
ton), draymen. 204 Battery 
Morton J B, carpenter, 3 St Mary 
Morton Jacob, liquor saloon, 507 Com 
Morton Margaret Mrs, fancy goods, 202 

24th. 
Morton T & S S, wood and coal,630 Geary 
Morton William H, cigars, 16 Market 
Mosberg Alexander, ovster saloon, 914 

Market 
Mose N Mrs, bakery, 26 Page 
Mosebach Ferdinand C, collector, 330 

Pine 
Mosebacher Gerson, boots and shoes, 212 

Steuart 
Moses B F Mrs, bakery, SW cor Geary and 

Scott 
Moses C S & Co, wool warehouse, Blux- 

ome bet 5th and 6th 
Moses Montague T, attorney at law, 59 

Merchants' Exchange 
Mosgrove S & Brother (Henry), importers 

dry goods, 114-116 Kearny 
MOSHEIMER J. civil engineer 

and metallurgist, 507 Montgomery 
Moshcr James P, attorney at law, 408 Cal 
Moss Joseph, poultry, 10-11 Hayes Valley 

Market 
MOSS WIIiEJAM S A CO 

(Philip A Roach and George P John- 
ston), proprs The Examiner, 533-535 

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Mott Gordon N, Court commissioner, 636 i 

Clay 
MOTT J II & CO, furniture storage 

warehouse, 647 Market 
Mott William H, attorney at law, 636 Clay ] 
«Ol T LI>EK AXMEW J. secre -I 
tary Pacific Stock Exchange, 314 
Montgomery 
Moulton E S & Co (J H Hegler), commis- 
sion merchants, 30") Clay 
Moulton & Edmondson (Josiah Moulton 
and Barker Edmondson), paints and 
oils, 516 Davis 
Mouser Silas M, physician, 200 Pqat and 

707 Bush 
Mouthon J, wines and liquors, 508 Bush j 
Mowbray R C, dentist, '200 Stockton 
Mower Amos H, plumber, 334 16th 
Howry G B, butcher, 6-9 Hayes Valley 

Market 
Mowry Lyman I, attorney at law, 402 

Montgomery 
MOWRY RICHARD I> & CO, 

poultry, 103-1H4 California Market 
Mowry William A,carriagsmaker, 1140 Fol 
Moxlc'y C G, real estate agent, S07 Mont 
Moves' Charles J, blacksmith, 1148 Market 
Moynihan Lawrence, bootmaker, 410 6th 
MOYXIHAX '«& AITKEX (T J 
Movnihan and James Aitken), boiler 
works, 311-313 Mission 
Mozarts E H, cloak and suit manuf, 932 

Market 

Much a Philip, tailor, 448 3rd 
Mud-e Theodore A, real estate, 218 Pine I 
Muecke, Victor & < !o (Gottleib A E Muecke 
and Conrad Vietor), commission mer- • 
chants and agents Germanic Lloyd, 
109 California 
Much John N, lienor saloon, 1411 Stock 
MIEIIE & DIGGAX (Charles 
Muche and E Duggan), proprs Mey- 
er's bakery, 211 Sutter 
Muehlner William, liquor saloon, 200 

Hvde 
MUELLER ALOIS, liquor saloon, 

5<>2 Market cor Sansom 
MUELLER CiEORUE, liquor sa- 
loon, 213 Pine 
Ml'ES CHARLES, groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Pacific and Front 
MUCwAX I> & CO, produce commis- 
sion merchant*, 325 Davis 
Muh:steph G, pastor St. Marcus Evangeli- 
cal Lutheran Church, res 13 O'Far 
MUIR AI>AM, shipsmith and black- 
smith, 1015 Battery 
Mulcahy Cornelius, liquor saloon, 702 Miss 
Mulcahy II Mrs, dressmaker, 18 Turk 
Mulcahy Patrick, fruit. , 410 6th 
Mulcahy Patrick W, butcher, 720 Harrison 
Mulhern Mary A Mi>s, dressmaker. 141 
4th 



Mullan & Hyde (John Mullan and FA, 

Hyde), attorneys at law, 623 Com 
Mullany Michael, "attorney at law, 520' 

Montgomery 
Mullen Charles, fruits, 302 Francisco 
Muller Adolph, furrier, 644 Market 
Muller August C, crockery, 115 3rd 
Muller Charles, bootmaker, 1600 Pacific 

Ave 
Muller Christian, optician, 135 Mont 
Muller Daniel A, teacher music, 94»i Har 
MULLER DIEORICII, groceries 

and liquors, 282 Main 
Muller Frank, bootmaker 242 Sutter 
Muller Frederick W, blacksmith, 11281 

Mission 
Muller George, restaurant, 307 Battery 
Muller Gerhard, cracker manuf, sw cor 

Mission and 11th 
Muller Henrv, groceries and liqu 

Bryant 
Muller Henry, wines and liquors, I 

Montgomery 
Muller J, bakery, NW cor Hvde and Al- 
len 
Muller J M Mrs, wines, 702 Front 
Muller John, butcher 13 California Mar- 
ket 
Muller John, liquor saloon, SW cor How- 
ard and Steuart 
Muller John, restaurant, 312 Bush 
Muller S Mis, milliner, 1108 Stockton 
Muller & Koenig (Frank Muller and George 

Kocnig), pork packers, 16 California 

Maiket 
Muller * Sachau (George Muller andTbeo 

Saehau). proprs Park Hotel, 2U Turk 
Muller & Schneider (George Muller and 

Andrew Schneider), blacksmiths, 19 

Hayes 
Mullett J, secretary Retail Trao 

Protective and Collection Bureau, -i'.A 

California 
MULLIGAN JAMES.upi 

14o(! Polk 
Mulligan Richard, horscshoer, 20> 24th 
Mullins William F, liquor saloon, 1601 

Turk 
Mulloy Charles W, horseshoer, 218 5th 
Mulreanv George, bootmaker, 916 Post 
Mulveill Edward Mrs, fruits, 125 5th 
Mulville D F, dairy produce, 90 Calif ornia 

Market 
Mulville N B, a torn ey at law. 601 Merch 
Mumford Luden C, propr Mumiord's 

Cork Extractor, 521 California 
MUJIMERT A MEIXERSdl.n 

r\ Mummert and Rudolph Melners), 

coffee saloon, 92S Market 
Muncev w.\ odeham, cigars, NW cor Mont 

goinery and California 

Mund R A. uac bmaker, 720 Market 
Mund William, watchmaker, 18j 4th 



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MOD A W ADMAN (F L Mund 
and W B Wadman), tin, iron and cop- 
persmiths, plumber.-! and gasfitters, 
stoves and tinware, 5 Taylor 
i Mund ell Oscar C, livery stable, 775 Mar- 
ket 
Munk M, printer, 769 Market 
'Munro G R, wood and coal, 20 Stockton 
JMunro John, horseshoer, S s Greenwich 

bet Webster and Fillmore 
.Munro John, liquor saloon, 268 Brannan 
| Munro Robert, wines and liquors, 720 3rd 
Munsell James, secretary Mutual Benefit 

Life Insurance Co, 213 Sansom 
iMunter Joseph, picture frames, 1047 Fol 
iMurasky Charles H, carpenter, 541 23rd 
j Murdoch Robert, real estate, 644 Clay 
Murdock C A & Co (C L Crackbon), job 

printers, 532 Clay 
Murfey Samuel S, notaiy public, 607 

Montgomery 
Murken Martin, groceries and liquors, 801 

Buchanan 
Murphy A & Co (C H Wetherbee), real es- 
tate agents, 511 California 
MURPHY ADAM H, propr Con 
tinental Coffee and Spice Mills, 5 1st 
Murphy Anne Miss.dressmaker, 442 Clem- 
entina 
MURPHY CHARLES, hair- 
dresser, 135 3rd 
Murphy D, boat builder, Kentucky bet 

Merrimac and Berry 
Murphv Daniel J, attorney at law, 12 Old 

City Hall 
Murphy Daniel J, fruits, 429 4th 
Murphy Dennis H, hair-dresser, 303 6th 
Murphy Dennis T, groceries and liquors, 

1061 Folsom 
MURPHY I> W & CO (Charles 
C Bracewell), real estate agents, 608 
Market 
MURPHY EDWARD M & CO, 
book and job printers and publishers, 
415 Market 
Murphy Eugene P, stockbroker, 409 Pine 
MURPHY, CrBAMT & CO (Dan 
iel T Murphy, Adam Grant, John 
Deane and Henry M Murphj), impor- 
ters dry goods, and Jouvin's kid 
gloves, NE cor Sansom and Bush 
Munhv Henry B Mrs, dressmaker, 456 

6th 
Murphy Henry C, laundry, 529 Mission 
Murphy Jam s, hair-dresser, 334 Bush 
Murphy James D, physician, 659 Clay 
Murphv James H, wines and liquors, 800 

Market 
Murphy J B, wines and liquors, NW cor 

Mission and 7th 
MURPHY J J» wines and liquors, 

231 Kearny 
Murphy John, carpet beater, 213 Alabama 



MURPHY JOHN, tin roofer, 1075 

Market 
Murphy John, wines and liquors, Towns- 
end between Liberty and Ritch 
Murphy Michael, upholsterer, 1810 Polk 
Murphy Patrick, liquor saloon, 256 Bran 
Murphy* Patrick, poultry, 75 Center Mkt 
Murphy P G, attorney at law, 629 Kear 
Murphy P W, groceries and liquors, 1641 

Mission 
Murphy & Conners (Owen A Murphy and 
John Conners), commission mer- 
chants, 508 Sansom 
Murphy & Herlihy (Timothy Murphy and 
Edmund Herlihy), horseshoers, 909 
Battery 
Murphy & McVeigh (Samuel Murphy and 
Patrick McVeigh), groceries and li- 
ciuors, 500 Ellis 
Murray Charles. A, painter, 353 3rd 
Murray E Mrs, vegetables, 83 Clemen- 
tina 
Murray Hutch, produce commission, 202 

Clay and 203 Davis 
Murray John, hair-dresser, 11 Pacific 
Murray John, liquor saloon, 545 2nd 
Murray K M, confectionery, 115 6th 
Murray Mary, bakery, 318 6th 
Murray Thomas, boarding, 510 Davis 
Murray W H, manager S F Journal of 

Commerce, 414 Clay 
Murray & Co (Isaac, William and John 

Murray), fish, 72 Center Market 
Murtha William O, plumber, 1417 Bu- 
chanan 
MISER BROTHERS (F W, 
Richard and Otto), importers and 
manufs laces, embroideries, ruchings, 
veilings, Swiss and Nottingham cur- 
tains, etc, 541 Market 
Musler John, hair-dresser, 12 Steuart 
Mussel Slough Ditch Co, J W Tripp presi- 
dent, 408 California 
Musto Bros (Joseph and John), marble 

works, 715 Battery 
Mutschler Christain, bootmaker, 2 Tyler 
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co, James 

Munsell, Jr, secretary, 213 Sansom 
MUTUAL. ICE CO.'John P Sweeney 

superintendent, 353-355 Tehama 
Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York, 
Andrew B Forties agent, 214 Sansom 
Mutual Real Estate Co, William Stuart 

secretary, 320 Sansom 
Muue & Rohweder (Henry Muus and Peter 
Rohweder), groceries and liquors, SE 
cor Broadway and Mason 
Muzio & Lagomar>ino (J Muzic and C 
Lagomarsino), cigars, SE cor Bush 
and Mason 
Myer A W, watchmaker, 1014 Market 
Myer Bernard, groceries and liquors, 233 
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turbine Water Wheel, i>25 Capp 
5IYERS EOWARO, attorney at 

law, 224 Sansoni 
Myers, Gilman & Co (H B Myers, B F 
Gilman and L Bacouillat), box 
manufs, SW eor 9th and Harrison 
Myers H, pawnbroker, 644 Clay 
Mvers H & Sun (Henry Myers), pawn- 
brokers, 227, 833 and 623" Kearny 
Myers Henry, coffee saloon, 831 Kearny 
Mvers Leon R, marble yard, 30 Main 
MYERS JLOL'IS A & CO, 

butchers, 18th nr Koe 
Myers M A Mrs, midwife, 187 Jessie 
Myere Michael H, capitalist, 224 Sansom 
Myers Mitchell J, tailor. 1 Hard'e Place 
Myers S D Miss, dressmaker, 508 Mason 
Myers & Markel (Frank Myers and Ger- 
hart Markel), wines and liquors, 318 
Bush 
Myers and Schram (John F Myers and F 

Schram), lamps, 153 4th 
Mysell Joseph G, bakery, 142 11th 



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Naber, Alfs & Brune (Henry D Naber, 
William Alfs and Henry Brune), 
wholesale liquors and bitters, 413 
Front 
Nachman Adolph, spring beds, 151 New 

Montgomery 
Nachtsheim F Mrs, fancy goods, SW cor 

Butte and Kentucky 
Nactigall Frederick, groceries and li- 
quors, NW cor Post and Broderick 
Nadallc Sabadino, wood and coal, 1803 

Mason 

Nagel J, painter, 2 Middle 
Nagel Jacob, bootmaker, 646 Clay 
Nagel Paul, t-acher music, 409 Sutter 
Nagel & Zeh (William Nayel and Theodore 

Zeh). butchers, 627 Bush 
NAGLE P B, attorney at law, 611 

Mont 
Nahl H W Arthur, artist, 318 Kearny 
Naish J, bootmaker, 607 Octavia 
Namer John P & Co (John P, Ji), liquor 

saloon, 331 East 
NAPA SODA SPRINGS, John 

F Ward & Co agents, 11 Drumm 
JTAPHTALY, FREIDE\- 
RICH & ACKERMAX (Jo- 
seph Naphtaly, D Freidenric-h, C L 
Aokermanl, attorneys at law, 426 
California 
Nap*haly B F, attorney at law, 655 Wash 
Nash Jonathan H. mining, 211 Sansom 
Nass Andrew, bootmaker, 551 Folsom 
Nassau William M, hair-dresser, 8008 
Mission 



Nasser Barney, wines and liquors, 903 

Kearn v 
VAST, (iREEXZWEIG & CO 
(('ceil Nast, t; Greenzwelg and J B 
Galland), importers wat he<, jewelry 
and novelties, and sole agents The 
Meriden Sil\cr Plate Co, .'33 Market 
Nathan Abraham, dry goods, 106 5th 
Nathan B & Co (Bernard Nathan and 
Frederick W Dohrmann), china, 
glass, etc, 130 Sutter 
Nathan Char'es, clothing, 929 Market 
Nathan J & Co, merchants (Sacramento), 

33 Battery 
Nathan, 1'ulverman & Co (S J Nathan 
and Bennett Pulverman), manuf 
clothing, 33 Battery 
Nathan S, livery stable, 726 Union 
Nathan Samuel*, clothinpr, 117 3rd 
Nathan Solomon, clothing. 818 Mont 
NATIONAL RANK OF AUS- 
TRALASIA, Hellmann Bros & 
Co agents, 525 Front 
NATIONAL, RREtVERY.Gluck 
& Hansen proprs, SE cor Fulton and 
Webster 
National Fire & Marine Insurance Co (of 
New Zealand), W J Callingham & Co 
agents, 213 SansoTn 
National Flouring Mills, Martenstein & 
Doming proprs, SW cor Bat and Pac 
National Gold Bank Trust Co (in liquida- 
tion), C H Burton pres, 401 Mont 
NATIONAL, IRON WORKS, 
Marshutz & Cantrell proprs, NW cor 
Main and Howard 
National Life Insurance Co of Washing- 
ton, D C, Henry Cox, D D, at^ent, 232 
Sutter 
National Surgical Institute (Pacific 
Branch), John M Hinkle, M D, man- 
ager, 319 Bush 
Naughton John F, attorney at law, 331 

Kearn v 
NAUJIAN C A F A CO (Charles 
and Frank), commission merchants, 
227-229 Washington 
Nauman Paul Z, locksmith, 209 Davis 
Naunton George, shipping a^ent, 524 Bat 
Naupert Louis, liquor saloon, 525 Davis 
Navarro .lose, cigars, etc, 636 Filbert 
Navlet V, basket manuf, 224 Leidesdorff 
Navone & Green (A L Navone and J 

Green), carriagemakers, 612 Broad 
Neal Charles S & Co, stockbrokers, 330 

Montgomery 
Neale George w, stationery, 1287 Fotoom 
Neale Vincent, attorney at law, 880 San 
Neary B, bootmaker, 35 Stevenson 
Neary Ni holes, bootmaker, NW cor 9th 

arnl Railroa I 
Neary Thomas, wood and coal, 739 Guer- 
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Neeb Henrv, tailor, 1228£ Pacific 
XEEBLES A P, attorney at law, 

520 Montgomery 
Neilsen Annie Mrs, coffee saloon, 1213 

Fillmore 
Neis Phillip, commission merchant, 322 

Davis 
Nejhuis Herman, liquor saloon, 5C0 Pac 
Nelligan William H, bootmaker, 303£ 5th 
Nellman Jorgen, wood and coal, 901 

Greenwich 
Nelson Albert X, liquor saloon, SW cor 

Washington and Drumm 
Nelson Brothers (N Peter and S John), 

furniture, 196 16th 
Nelson Charles J, whitener, 857 Harrison 
Nelson Henry, groceries and liquors, 340 

Bryant 
Nelson James, butcher, 55 Grand Arcade 

Market 
Nelson Peter, liquor saloon, 4 Jackson 
Nelson Peter D, bootmaker, 529 Ea^t 
Nelson Thomas H, furniture, 136 4th 
Nelson William F, hardware, crockery, 

etc, 206 Jackson 
XESB1TT I & BROTHER 
(J W Nesbitt), coopers, 21-25 Bluxome 
Nestel August, hair-dresser, 320 Fran- 
cisco 
Neuber A, liquor saloon, 524 4th 
Neubert & Turk (R Neubert and H Turk;, 

dairy produce, 25-26 Cal Market 
Neuenschwander R, liquor saloon, 422 

Sacramento 
Neumann A, manuf jeweler, 9 Geary 
Neumann Gustave, groceries, 1144^-1146 

Folsom 
Neumann I, carpets, etc, 117 6th 
Neumann Paul, attorney at law, 432 

Montgomery 

Neumann & Wagner (Phillip Neumann 

and Henry J Wagner), butchers, NE 

cor 23rd and Hampshire 

Neumil'er Jacob, blacksmith, 1073 Market 

Neunaber Henry, groceries and liquors, 

300 Beale 
Neustadter Brothers (Henry, Jacob H 
and David), shirt manufs, NW cor 
Battery and Pine; factory, Gough 
bet Grove and Hayes 
Nevada Bank of San Francisco, H W 

Glenny cashier, 301 Montgomery 
Nevada Co (G F Ortmann and Wm P 
Gamble), butchers, 3-6 Grand Wes- 
tern Market 
Nevada House, Samuel Hancock propr, 

132 6th 
5JEVADA METALLURGI- 
CAL WORKS, Huhn & Luck- 
hardt proprs, 23 Stevenson 
XEVADA STABLES, Brugge & 

Baettge proi rs, 110 Washington 
Neville Ernest H, stockbrokers, 116 Mont 



Neville & Co (J M Neville and G H Bry- 
ant), manufs bags, tents, etc, 31-33 
California 
XEW AGE THE (I O O F Official 
Organ), W F Norcross propr, 420 
Kearny 
New Alaska Hotel, Charles Ft gel propr, 

619 Pacific 
XEW ATLANTIC HOTEL, 

Claus Kock propr, 207 Mont Ave 
New Continental Hotel, D Buckley propr, 

547 Mission 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Co 

(Boston, Mass), Wallace Everson 

general agent, 328 Montgomery 

New George, liquor saloon, fi04 Natoma 

New Guillaume Hotel, Pierre Pellison 

propr, 704 Pacific 
New Potrero Co, 330 Pine 
New Record House, James Cosgrove 

propr, 100 MrAllister 
XEW TELEGRAPH STA- 
BLES, J M Parker manager, SW 
cor Minna and New Montgomery 
New Washington Hotel, Henry F Maass 

propr, 622 4th 
New Wisconsin Hotel, Prembath & Evans 

proprs, NE cor Pacific and Mont 
XEW YORK: AXB BROOK- 
LYX EXCHAXtiE, Peter Mc- 
Mahon propr, 117 Drumm 
New York and San Francisco Collar Co, 

James E Richards manager, 6 Bat 
New York Board of Underwriters, Oliver 

Eldredge agent, 318 California 
New York Life Insurance Co, Alexander 
G Hawes, general agent, 220 Sansom 
New York Underwriters Agency (Germa- 
nia and Hanover), Hy Balzer & Co, 
agents, 2C9 Sansom 
New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance 
Co (Auckland, New Zealand), Hugh 
Craig manager, 307 California 
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency 
Co (limited), Hugh Craig agent, 307 
California 
Newal F N, asT>haltum roofer, 420 Jack 
Newbauer Joseph, coal, 2C6 Bush 
Newbauer & Co, manfus matches, 221 

Front 
Newberger Sarah Miss.teacher music, 506$ 

Grove 
Newdorfer Henry, bootmaker, 615 Davis 
Newell Robert, liquor saloon, 113 Na- 
toma 
New. 11 Thomas, commission merchant, 

124 Clay 
Newell William, manuf printers' rollers, 

516 Commercial 
Newell William A, physcian, 630 Howard 
Newell & Brother (David and Horace), 

wholesale salt and soap, 221 Davis 
Newhall H C, attorney at law, 6C9 Sac 



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Newhoff Frank, locksmith, 328 Bush 
Newlands F G, attorney at 'aw, 9 Nevada 

Block 
Newlands James, mining' secretary, 203 

Bush 
Newlands Selina Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 

11*4 O'Farrell 
XEWMAX AdCO (Philip New- 
man), batchers, 1-2 Center Market 
Newman Borteli B, attorney at law, 729 

Montgomery 
Newman Jacob, horse-trainer, 815 Geary 
Newman James, gold-leaf manuf , 2< -2 P. *t 
Newman Jerome, restaurant, 504 Mont 
Newman Phillip H, butcher, 520 East 
Newman S & Co (Benjamin Groeschel), ' 
butchers, 1 New Metropolitan Market 
Newman Solomon, tailor, 1059 Howard 
Newman William J, fancy goods, 1025 

Stock to n 
Newman & Putzman (William Newman 
and Frederick H Putzman), wholesale 
liquors, 340 Pine 
Newmarch Caroline Mrs, bakery, 537 

Geary 
3JEWMARK JOSEPH P «fc CO 

commission merchants. -_:i4 Cal 
Newmark Nathan, attorney at law, 330 

Pine 
Newsom Samuel & Joseph, architects, 

320 Sansom 
XEWTOX BROS & CO (L Henry 
and Morris Newton), importers 
and wholesale grocers, "-04-206 Cal 
Newton Edwin D, liquor saloon, SW cor 

Sacramento and Montgomery 
Newton F W Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 931 

Sacramento 
Newton George, commission agent, 22 

California 
XEWTOX HEXRY A, banker 

and broker, 327 Pine 
XEYLAX JAMEB, wholesale lum- 
ber and shingles, importer machin- 
ists' tools and wood-working ma- 
chinery, 18-20 Spear 
Niagara Fire Insurance Co (New York), 
Blair, Van Tassel & Co agents, 216 
Sansom 
Nichell C F A, physician, 706 Post 
Nicholas Mary Mrs, groceries and liq- 
uors, 308 Tehama 
Nichols A C & Co commission merchants, 

402 Battery 
Nichols Amos R, carpenter, E 8 Cedar 

near Washingion 
Nichols George, hair-dresser, 1058 Fol 
Nichols George, hair-dresser, 37 Sacra- 
mento and liquor saloon 31 Sac 
Nichols Henry L. physician, 230 Kearny 
Nichols Lucien H, attorney at law, 418 

California 
Nichols Richard, cigars, 650 4th 



Nichols Sheldon K, insurance adjuster, 

•_'2."> Sansom 
Nichols William M, liquor saloon, NW 

cor Powell and Francisco 
Nichols &Atwood (W D Nichols and G E 

Atwood), hay and grain, 733 4th 
Nichols & Weaver (J S Nichols and 
George D Weaver), ship carpenters, 
cor 5th Ave ami J 
Nicholson John, horseshoer, 1833 Miss 
Nicholson John J, blacksmith, 104 14th 
Nicholaon W A S, attorney at law, 520 

Montgomery 
Nickel J L & Co", commission merchants, 

123 California 
Nickelsburg A & Brothers (Adolph, Mor- 
ris and Sigfried Nickelsburg), mer- 
chants (Woodland, Yolo Co), 112 San 
Nicol WiMiam, collector, 605 Sacramento 
Nicolai William, tailor, 1216 Polk 
Nicolaysen t rank, propr Keystone House, 

127 Jackson 
Nicolays- n Jens, liquor saloon, NE cor 

Leidesdorff and Halleck 
Nicoll Alexander, tailor, 505 Montgom- 
ery, 727 Market and 18 Kearny 
Niefer Frederick, lienor saloon, 23 3rd 
Niel George, secretary Liverpool and Lon- 
don and Globe Insurance Co, 422 Cal 
Nielsen , lames, boarding, 42S-430 Drumm 
Nielsen Wilhelm, coffee saloon, 227 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Nielsen Christopher, restaurant, 405 

Montgomery Ave 
Niemann John, groceries and liquors, 

413 Jones 

Niemann Henry, shirt manuf, 120 Sutter 
Niese Frederick, groceries, 913 Harrison 
Niessen John, restaurant, 1324 Stockton 
XIGHTIXGAI.E JOIIV physi 

dan, 900 Market 
Nigro James Y, liquor saloon, 1312 Polk 
Niks M D, looking-glass and picture 
frame maker, SE cor Montgomery 
Ave and Chestnut 
Niquet Charle- 1 , liquor saloon, 8 6th 
N'schwitz August, wines and liquors, 14- 

16 Geary 
Nisscn Christian, liquor saloon, 25 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Nitze William, liquor saloon, 211 Stev 
Noack August, liquor saloon, 154 Blux- 

ome 
Noble A T, secretary Milkmen's Protect- 
ive Association, 35 Eddy 
Nobie Brothers (William and Thomas), 

house and sign painters, 642 Clay 
Noble H H ,v Co stockbrokers, 486 Cal 
Noble James, bootmaker, 432 Valencia 
Noble T K Her, pastor Pl\ mouth ChU»ch, 

NE cor Sacramento and Stoiner 
Nobmann Christopher, groceries and liq- 
uor*, 8081 Fillmore 



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Noel A, mining secretary, 419 California 
Noethig & Turk (William N'oethig and 
Chris Turk), proprs Humboldt Brew- 
ery, Mission near 15th 
Noirjean Peter, laundry, 536 Mission 
XOISAT BROTHERS (Jules and 
Amcdia), wines and liquors, 1334 Duv> 
XOLAX BROTHERS (P F and 
J C), boot and shoe manufs, 738-740 
Market 
Nolan E D & Co, shoe manufs, 71 Stcv 
XOLAX JAJIES, liquor saloon, SE 

cor Bush and Kearnv 
\OLAN JOHX, liquor saloon, SE 

cor 18th and Castro 
Nolan John E, livery stable, 1311 Cal 
XOLAX 3f D boots and shoes, 11 3rd 
Nolan P F & Co (Patrick F Nolan), boots 

and shoes, 514 Market 
Nolan & Crogan (James Nolan and James 
Crogan), painters, 404 Montgomery 
Nolen M J, attorney at law, 519 Mont 
Nolte Charles R, groceries and liquors, 

3004 Mission 
Nolte William F, taxidermist, NW cor 

16th and Valencia 
Nolte & Feu (A F Nolte and L D Feil), 
groceries and liquors, SE cor Filbert 
and Hyde 
Noltemeier F W, boots and shoes, 389 8th 
Nolthenius & Schmid (John Nolthenius 
and Victor Sehmid), butchers, 1824 
Stockton 
Noonan Jeremiah, bakery, 40 7th 
XOOXAN JOM, groceries and 

liquors, 326 Broadway 
Noonan P J, liquor saloon, 2633 Post 
\ORAGER, H.TUL «& CO (Albert 
Norager, Hans Hjul and John C Neil- 
sen), coffe? saloon, 22 5th & 516 Pine 
XORCROSS W F, editor The New 

Age. 420 Kearny 
XORCROSS A CO (H N Norcross), 
manufs regalias, lodge supplies, flags, 
etc, 6 Post 
Nordbruch Henry L, groceries and liq- 
uors, 642 Jackson 
Nordwell O W, tailor, 218 Bush 
Norgrode John, trunk manuf, 12 Geary 
XORIEtiA PEDRO,hats and caps, 

528 Montgomery 
XORMAS FRAXK €t, importer 
hardware and mechanics' tools, 840 
Valencia 

Normand VMme, dressmaker, 2 Clay Ave 
Normandie House, Albert Thiesse propr, 

919 Stockton 
Norris Charles, oyster saloon, 45 Wash- 
ington Market 
Norfis E J & Co, cigars, 946 Market 
XORRIS WILLIAJI, secretary 
Spring Valley Water Works, 516 Cal- 
ifornia and capitalist, 210 Battery 



North Beach Brewery, Joseph Schwarz 
propr, NE cor Powell and Chestrut 

North Beach and M'ssion Railroad, Mich- 
ael Skelby superintendent, 302 4th 

North Beach Cement Pipe Co, P Martin 
secretary, 542 California 

North British and Mercantile Insurance 
Co (London and Edinburgh) Tom C 
Grant agent, 213 Sansom 

XORTH CHIMA IXSVR- 
AXCE CO (Shanghai). c Macondray 
& Co agents, 206 Sansom " 

XORTH GEORGE L, cashier 
Equitable Life Assurance Society, 240 
Montgomery 

North German Fire Insurance Co (Ham 
burg), Hy Balzer & Co, agents, 209 
Sansom 

North German Lloyd Steamship Co, 
Charles Duisenberg & Co agents, 314 
Sacramento 

North John W, attorney at law, 230 
Montgomery 

XORTH PACIFIC BOARD- 
ING AXI> SALE STA- 
BLES, Andrew Silck propr, 15 
Washington 

North Pacific Coast Railroad Co, John W 
Doherty manager, 328 Montgomery 

Northam Edward F, capitalist, 120 Sut 

XORTHERX ASSURAXCE 
CO (London),W Lane Booker agent, 
317 California 

Northmore Samuel, butcher, cor Folsom 
and 12th 

Northrup H W, fruits, 33 6th 

XORTHWESTERX \ATIOX- 
AL IXSURAXCE CO of Mil- 
waukee(Wis), A D Smith agent, 310 
California 

Norton H M, livery stable, 500 Larkin 

Norton Joseph, liquor saloon, 1925 Polk 

Norton Reuben, cooper, 104 Commercial 

Noser M, liquor saloon, 716 Bryant 

Nougaret Charles, chair manuf, 133-135 
Beale 

XOUGUES JOSEPH M, attorney 
at law, 41l£ California 

Nourse George A, attorney at law. 420 Cal 

Novella & Pitto (Frank Novella and Gius- 
eppe Pitto), livery stables, 427 Jack 

Novelty Iron Works, G L Pierce propr, 
215 1st 

XOVELTY WOOD AND 
COAL YARD, James Larson 
propr, 259 1st 

Noyes M A Mrs, dressmaker, 720 Laguna 

Noyes Richard B, civil engineer, 240 Mont 

Nucleus Housa SE cor Market and 3rd 

Nuenburg John, groceries and liquors, 
400 Pacific 

Nugent Denis Rev, rector St Rose Church 
(Catholic), res N s Brannan nr 4th 



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Nugent John F, rector St Brcndans 
Church (Catholic) and assistant rec- 
tor St Rose Church (Catholic), res 
N s Bran nan near 4th 

Nugent Michael, groceries and liquors, 
198 16th 

Nuhrcnberg Charles, groceries and liq- 
uors, 2101 Polk 

Nunan Matthew, propr Hibernia Brew- 
ery, 1225 Howard 

Nones Luiz A, clothing, 105 Jackson 

Nunn George B, hay, grain &c, 1825 
Union 

NUTTINO, CAL.VIN & SON, 
proprs Pioneer lion Works, 121 Frc 

Nutting W P, poultry, 7-10 Grand West- 
ern Market 

Nutz F, siun-painter, 722 Howard 

NYEA F & CO importers gas fix- 
tures, bronzes etc, 315-317 Pin; 

Nye Albert G, picture frames &c, 1033 
Market 

Nye J W & Co, real estate 'agents, 339 
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O'Bbirne Arthur, butcher, 240 4th 
O'Bradovich S, coffte saloon, 901 Stock 
O'Brian William J, dancing academy, 

2102 Howard 
O'Brien A Mrs, dressmaker, 1150 Market 
O'Brien C L Mrs, dressmaker, 409 Geary 
O'Brien Daniel, groceries and liquors 29$ 

Ritch 
O'Brien Daniel, liquor saloon, NW cor 

Clay and Drumm 
O'Brien Daniel, plumber, SW cor 6th and 

Market 

O'Brien Dennis, coffee saloon, cor Mont- 
gomery Avenue and Bay 
O'Brien E Mrs, dressmaker, 514 Valencia 
O'Brien E A & Co (Henry E Milford), 

stock broker, 424 Montgomery 
O'Brien Elizabeth Mrs, bakery, 1209 Dev 
O'Brien George, boarding, 9 Broadway 
O'Brien James, fruit, 922 Folsom 
O'Brien James, liquor saloon, 1326 Mar 
O'Brien J J & Co, dry goods, 924-928 Mar 
O'BRIEN JOHN, harncssmaker, 

204 8th 

O'Brien Michael, gas-fitter. 432 Geary 
O'BRIEN P J & SONS (Willis 

and John), carriage manuf and car 

painters, 483 8th 
O'Brien Patrick, liquor saloon, NW cor 

Steuart and Folsom 
O'Brien Peter, groceries and liquors, 411 

Yallejo 

O'Brien Richard, liquor saloon, 516 Miss 
O'Brien Thomas, butcher, 426$ Natoma 
O'Brien Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

650 Mission 



O'Brien Thomas A, attorney at law, 324 

Pine 
O'Brien Thomas V, attorney at law, 302 

Montgomery 
O'BRIEN WILLIAM, liquor sa 

loon, 6 Jackson 
O'Brien William, wholesale butcher, 529 

Claj 
O'BRIEN & WARD (John O'Brien 

and James Ward), employment office, 

610 Clay 
O'Callauhan Dennis J, livery stable, 838 

-844 Howard 
O'Connell D A, attorney at law, 614 Merch 
O'Comiell Daniel, boat builder, U S Dock 

bet Front and Battery 
O'Connell Jeremiah, painter, 781 Folsom 

and 555 4th 
O'Connell William, liquor fcaloon, 156 1st 
O'Connell & Balfrey (Michael O'Connell 

and John Balfrey), bootmakers, 506$ 

Howard 
O'Connor Daniel, livery stable, 2014 Polk 
O'Connor Dennis, liquor saloon, 412 Main 
O'Connor Frank, attorney at law, 429 

Montgomery 
O'Connor J & Co, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Geary and Taylor 
O'Connor J B & Co, booksellers, 103 6th 
O'Connor John, liquor saloon, 131$ 3rd 
O'Connor John, produce merchant, SE 

cor Clay and Drumm 
O'Connor Joseph, bootmaker, 1006 McAl- 
lister 
O'Connor M P, plumber, 905 Larkin 
O'Connor, Moffatt & Co (Bryan O'Connor 

and George Moffatt), dry goods, 111- 

115 Post 
O'Connor P J, architect, 413 Bush 
O'Connor Richard, boarding, 424 Broad 
O'Connor Thomas, stock broker, 304 

Montgomery 
O'Connor & Sheehy (Jeremiah O'Connor 

and James Sheehy), undertakers, 1034 

Market 
O'Dea John A, plumber, 210 24th 
O'Dea Michael, groceries and liquors, 1237 

Union 
O'Dohcrtv John, wines and liquors, 1016 

Market 
O'Donncll Chas C, physician, 808 Kearny 
O'Donnell Cornelius, tanner, 607 Bran 
O'Donnell Matthew, wines and liquors, 16 

5th 
O'Donnell Patrick, butcher, 927 Bryant 
ODOWKLL PATRICK, liquor 

saloon, Kentucky n ar 16th 
O'Donnell & Chaloner (Thomas O'Donnell 

and Richard Chaloner), plumb 

Sutter 
O'Dwyer & Einhorn (James o'luwer ami 

JflMph 11 Kinhorn), dry goods, 36-38 

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O'Gorman P, groceries and liquors, 313 OAHLA\D FERRY PARCEL 
Folsom DELIVERY CO. Robert A 

O'HAXLON JAMES F, gents | Thain & Co proprs, foot Market 

furnishing goods, boots and shoes, ; Oakland Gaslight Co, Robert George sec- 
719 Montgomery and 10 Montgomery i retary, 606 Montgomery 
Avenue | Oakland Transfer Co, 16 Post 

O'Hara Robert, horseshoer, NE cor San- J Oakley Aaron D, rubber stampmaker, 
som and Jackson 712 Montgomery 

O'Hare Annie Mrs, stamping and em- Oakley Robert O, real estate agent, 422 
broidery, 1406^- Powell Montgomery 

O'Hearn C Mr*, bakery, 316 Folsom Gates James W, attorney at law, 217 San 

O'Kane John, livery stable, 1408 Folsom Obenauer Henry, bootmaker, 102 11th 

O'Kane John, propr O'Kane House, 765 Obenauer George, hair-diesser, 39 2nd 



real estate, 80 Nevada 



Market 
O'Kane John 

Block 
O'Kane John, saddles and harness, 767 

Market 

O'Keefe David, word and coal, 814 Fol 
O'Leary Johanna, confectionery, 14 5th 
O'Malley William, liquor saloon, 21 Val- 

lejo 

O'Mealy Patrick, fruits, 2146 Mission 
OXEIL ALEXANDER A, phy- 
sician and surgeon, 650 Washington 
O'Neil Charles, tailor, 623 Merchant 
O'Neil John, liquor saloon, NE cor 5th 

Avenue and M 
O'Neil M J, wines and liquors, 316 Jack 
O'NEIL THOMAS, livery and! 



Oberfclder Bros & Co (Tobias and Max), 

wholesale liquors, 123 Califor 
Obrock J D, veterinary surgeon, 1324 

Market 
Occident (The), Presbyterian, Rev C A 

Poage publisher, 757 Market 
Occidental Club, 850 Mission 
OCCIDENTAL FOIXDRY, 

Steiii'ev & Kerr proprs, 137-139 1st 
OCCIDENTAL. HOTEL Charles 

L Wetheibce manager, E s Montgom 

erv from Sutter to Bush 
OCCIDEXTAL LODGING 

HOCSE. Mis Hannah Andrews 

proprietress, 536 Market 
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AXCE ROLL CALL, A M Slo- 
boarding stable, 1616-1618 Mission cum publisher, 612 Clav 

O'Neil] Annie Mrs, dressmaker, 815 Miss OCCIDENTAL AND ORIEN- 
O'XEILL BROTHERS (John and , TAL STEAMSHIP CO, D D 

Patrick), grain and produce mer- | Stubbs secretary, cor 4th and Town- 
chants, 217 Davis send 

O'Neill Edward, bakery, 401 Geary |Ochler Minnie Miss, candy store, 405 

O'NEILL JOHN, optician, 41 5th Drumm 

O'Neill Joseph, liquor saloon, 124 4th ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY 

O'Neill, Kennedy & Stuart (T O'Neil, CP ASSOCI ATION, George A 

Kennedy and James Stuart), dry Carnes librarian, 325 Montgomery 



728 4th 
groceries 

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goods, 875 Marke 
O'Neill Moses, harness maker 
ONEILL PATRICK 

23 Clary 
O'Neill Richard, capitalist, 

Block 
O'Reagan Daniel, bootmaker, 719 Davis 
O'Reilly James, butcher, 345 4th 
O'Reillv Thomas, bootmaker, 334 6th 
O'Reilly & Pahlmann (John "O'Reilly and 

R Pahlmann), liquor saloon, NW cor 

Spring and Summer 
O'RourKe John, horseshoer, 215 Ellis 
O'Rourke John, woodturner, Beny bet 

3rd and 4th 
O'Rourke Patrick, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor 25th and Hampshire 
O'SULLIVAN DANIEL, junk 

and liquor saloon, 20 Commercial 
O'Sullivan John M, wines and liquors, 

30-32 Montgomery 
O'Toole Michael C, oculist and aurist, 5 

Eddv 



Odd Fellows' Savings Bank (in liquida- 
tion), Martin Heller president, 238 
Montgomery 

Odell Nellie Miss, millinerv, 104 Mason 
Nevada Odell & Pollock (W L Odell and R Pol- 
lock), carpenters, 668 Howard 

Odorless Excavating Apparatus Co (of 
San Francisco), Frederick W Eaton 
secretary, 432 Kearny 

Odoul Auguste, liquor saloon, 5th Ave 
bet L and M 

Oehlert Henry, cigars, 146 4th 

Oelrich Bros (Theodore and William), 
fruit, 60 Center Market 

Oels Ernest, wines and liquors, SE cor 
Sutter and Central Ave 

Oester Charles, machine forgings, 315 
Mission 

OESTERREICHER LOUIS, 
real estate and business agent, 137 
Montgomery 

Offerman William, groceries and liquors, 
1858 Mission 



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Offermann Charles, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Dupont and Bush 
Ogden Benjamin F, carpenter, 433 Hayes 
Ogden Frank B, attorney at law, 328 

Montgomery 
Ogden Frederick, mining, 314 Mont 
Ogilv'e Robertson, butcher, 1300 Webster 
Ohland John, coffee saloon, 1 Morton 
OHLAXDT X & CO (H Ohlandt 
and J A Buck), manufs animal and 
willow charcoal, 2nd Long Bridge, 
Potrero 
OHLEX XED, restaurant, Mercan- 
tile Lunch, 212 Sansom 
Ohlig August, furniture, 1432 Howard 
Ohm Edward F, watchmaker, 604 Merch 
Ohm F, bootmaker, 430 Folsom 
OH HEX W H, machinist, 51 Fre 
OHXSTEIJT OSCAR, Berlin Res- 
taurant, 249 4th 
Ohrt Christain, cigars, 515 Clav 
Okurlund Peter, blacksmith," 325 Fran- 
cisco 

Old Peoples' Home, William Maher su- 
perintendent, N s Francisco bet 
Stockton and Powell 
Old Saucelito Land and Dry Dock Co 

(Marin Co), 330 Pine 
Oliver B P, insurance agent, 310 Pine 
Oliver William Letts, mining secretary, 

328 Montgomery 
Olivier Claudine Mme, laundrv, 1021 Stock 
OLQUIST JOHX, livery stable, 53- 

55 Clay 
Olsen H C, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

18th and Dolores 
Olsen John E, liquor saloon, 1110 Battery 
Olsen Martin, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Montgomery and Greenwich 
Olsen & CuniflF (H C Olsen and William 
Cuniff), cattle dealers, Ss Market bet 
12th and 13th 
Olson Gustave, cooper, 4 Oregon 
Olsson J Mrs, milliner, 1419 Polk 
OliYHPIC CJLUB, W S Lawton 

manager, 119 Post 
OMXIBINR RCO, William S Ma- 
son manager and secretary, 727 How 
Onderdonk Andrew, contractor, 18 Ne- 
vada Block 
OXDERDOXK JOHN R, super 
intendent construction sea wall, NE 
cor Bav and Kcarnv 
OXESTI A COXXOR (Guisseppi 
Onesti and John Connor), fruit and 
produce commission merchants, 501- 
503 Sansom 
Oneto Andrew, fruits, 240J 5th 
Oppenheim John, stockbroker, 313 Mont 
Oppenheim S B, clothing, 35 4th 
Oppenheimer Benjamin, crockery, etc, 

937 Market 
Oppenheimer Elias, butcher, 430 Grove 



OPPEXHEIMER 1VAX, hides, 
furs, pelts and tallow commission 
merchant, 45 Clay 

Oppenheimer & Bro (Henry Oppenheimer 
and Louis Goodman), wholesale cigars 
and tobacco, NE ccr Front and Cal 

Oppenheimer & Salinger (J L Oppenheim- 
er and William Salinger), money 
brokers, 422 Montgomery 

Oppenhein & Steiber (tlobert Oppenhein 
and Daniel Stieber), hair-dressers, 12 
6th 

Orama*, Theodore, cigars, junction Mar- 
ket and Eddy 

Orcier John, laundry, 424i Broadway 

Ord J, physician, 606 Montgomery 

Ordenstein & Co (Max Ordenstein and C 
W Craig), manuf cigars, 306 Battery 

Oregon City Woolen Mills, Brown Bros & 
Co agents, 24 Sansom 

OREGOX STEAMSHIP CO, 
K Van Oterendorp agent, 210 Battery 

Oregon Stock and Butchering Co (The), 
C H Johnson manager, 331 Mont 

Oifila P V, hair-dresser, 238 Kearnv 

Orford Robert, propr St James House, 
906 Market 

Oriental Box Factory, A J Barnes agent, 
cor 2nd and Townsend 

Oriental Hotel, Mrs L Jung proprietress, 
SW cor Washington and Drumm 

Orjubin F M, dyer, 1719 Powell 

Ormsbv Elon D, photographer, 914 Mar- 
ket 

Ormsby John, restaurant, 517 California 

Orr & Atkins (John K Orr and Robert C 
Atkins), gents' furnishing goods, 123 
Montgomery 

Orrick O S, agent Averill mixed paint, 329 
Market 

Orsi Felicia, fruits, 1723 Hyde 1 

Orsi Giaccomo, house-painter, 420 Jackson 

ORTET BROS (J F Ortet), cutlers, 
524 Commercial 

ORTIOX AUWITSTE, diamond set- 
ter, 110 Sut*er 

Osborn G W, real estate, 40 Nevada Block 

Osborn R F & Co, hardware. 751 Market 

Osborn & Alexander (Frank F Osborne 
and George W Alexander), hardware, 
628 Market 

Osborne D M & Co (Auburn, New York), 
Michael Avers manager, 254 Market 

OSB1 RX K A CO (George W Dow- 
ney and John D La Monte), import- 
ers and wholesale dealers cigars and 
tobacco, 888 Sacrament" 

Osgood William H, commission merchant, 
214 California 

Osmer ft Co (Charles Osmer, J G W Shulte 
and II H W Btroeckflr), wines and 
liquors, NW cor 1st and Hrannan and 
NE cor Foteoan and Steuait 



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OSOSKE ISAAC, butcher, cor 5th 

and Clara 
Osterloh Henrv, salt, 37 Commercial 
Osthoff J F, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

22d and Alabama 
Oswald William, butcher, 1012 Pacific 
Oswego Starch Factory, agency 116 Front 
Otis Emanuel, hair-dresser, 1414 Pacific 
Otis Frank, attorney at law, 520 Mont 
Otis George E, attorney at law, 420 Cal 
Otis & Co (Stephen Otis), stockbrokers, 

308 Montgomery 
Ott & Zeitlcr (John Ott and Frederick 

Zeitler), butchers, 1633 Eddy 
Otten Ciaus, groceries and liquors, SW 

ccr Post and Octavia 
Otten & Cordes (John Otten and John 

Cordes), groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Stockton and Vallejo 
Otto Charles, hardware, 626 4th 
Otto Louise Mrs, bakery, 724 McAllister 
Ouiif B Mme, milliner, 1 Dupont 
Oulton Miliedge, groceries, 750 Brannan 
Overacre P I, glassware, 123 California 
Overend J A T, steam power works, 506J 

Commercial, engine room 510 Com 
Overland Hou-e, J E Slinkey propr, 533 

Sacramento 
Overstreet William, bakery, 208 4th 
Overstreet William F, cigars, 222 McAllis- 
ter 
OWEXS JOHK B, pottery, stone 

and earthenware, 22 California 
Owens Thomas, liquor saloon, 406 Mont 
Oyen Soren C, tailor, 548 4th 
Ozouf Henry E, attorney at law, 213 San 
Ozouf S Mme, dressmaker, 613 Post 



Pace Charles, watch manuf, 418 Batterv 
PACE JOSEPH & CO, wholesale 

and retail pouitry dealers, 11 Clay 

Street Central Market 
Pacheco Josephine Mrs, dressmaker, 811 

Pacific 
PACIFIC (THE), S S Smith and 

Rev John Kimball publishers, 7 

Montgomery Ave 
PACIFIC APPEAL, WH Carter 

propr, 622 Clay 
Pacific Asphaltum Co, W S Somerville 

manager, 422 Montgomery 
PACIFIC BAXK, Peter H Bour- 

nett president, NW cor Sansom and 

Pine 
PACIFIC BARREL ANO 

KE€r CO, Flint Peabody & Co, 

agents, 408 California, works Es Bran- 
nan bet 7th and 8th 
Pacific Brewery, Forfcmann & Co *iroprs, 

267 Tehama 



Pacific Bridge Co, C A Gorrill president, 
4 California 

Pacific Brush Factorv, T C Conklin propr, 
418 4th 

PACIFIC BUSINESS COL- 
LEGE, W E Chamberlain and T A 
Robinson proprs, 320 Post 

FACIEI C C HINESE E M- 
POLYJIEXT CO, J L King, 
manager, 616 Clay 

PACIFIC CHURCHMAN, 
H F Graves manager, 605 Mont- 
gomerv 

PACIF1C CLUB, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Bush 

Pacific Coast Dredging and Reclamation 
Co, Vincent Neale sccretaiv, 320 San 

PACIFIC COAST LAW 
JOURNAL W T Baggett editor, 
511 Montgomery 

PACIFIC COAST LAW 
PRIXTIXG ANB PUB- 
LISHING CO, W T Bagaett 
business manager, 511 Montgomery 

Pacific Coast Oil Co, L D Fisk secretary, 
402 Montgomery 

PACIFIC COAST PACKING 
CO (Adolph Asmann, Tsadore J 
Kaufmann and Julius Kraemer), 805 
Sansom 

PACIFIC COAST STEAM 
SHIP CO, Charles Coodall presi- 
dent, John Rosenfeld vice-president, 
George C Perkins treasurer, Edwm 
Goodall secretary, G^odall, Perkins 
& Co, agents, 10 Market, ticket office 
214 Montgomerv 

PACIFIC COAST STEAM 
SHIP CO'S STORE, James 
Pritchard, Port Steuart, NE cor 
Broadway and Front 

Pacific Cordage Co, E K Howes agent, 
118 Front 

Pacific Distilling Co (Louis Schultz, Hen- 
ry Voorman and George Oulton), 411 
Washington, works cor Pierce and 
Chestnut 

Pacific Exchange, A J Moulder secretary, 
318 Montgomery 

Pacific Glue Manufacturing Co, William 
H Codington president, 412 Market 

PACIFIC GOLDAXB SIL- 
VER REFINERY AND 
ASSAY OFFICE, F Reichling 
& Co props, 400 Montgomery 

Pacific Ice Co (The), George A Harris sec- 
retary, 320 Sansom 

Pacific Insurance Agency, Jonathan Hunt, 
Son & Co managers, 313 California 

PACIFIC IRON WORKS, 
Rankin, Brayton <& Co proprs, 1st 
and Fremont bet Mission and How- 
ard 



NEW HOME Sewing Machines, SAMUEL HILL. 634 MARKET. 



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PACIFIC J EWELRY CO (Jul- Pacific Straw Works, George A Dean 
ius and Joseph Newmans, Mom Sam- ! propr, 1(5 4th 
uels and E Nathan), importers gold Pacific Transfer Co, E J Coleman presi- 



watches, dia- 



and plated jewelry 

monds, &c, 6 Battery 
Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co, Heyne- 

mann & Co agents, 5 Sansom 
Pacific Land Investment Co, A E Davis 

president, 20 Nevada Block 
Pacific Land and Trust Co (The), Robert 

.1 Mercer manager, 513 California 



dent, 110 Sutter 
Pacific Type Foundry, Marder, Luse & j 



Co proprs, 532 Clay- 
Pacific Vinegar Works, John L Koster O 
manager, 323 Front hrj 
Pacific Wood, Lumber and Flume Co. |_| 
309 Montgomerv O 
PACIFIC WOOL DEPOT 
PACIFIC LIFE, Pacific Life Print- 1 Thomas Bailey & Co proprs, SE cor g* 
ing Co, 538 California Kin- and Fifth £1 
PACIFC MAIL. STEAMSHIP Pacific Workman Joseph W Kinsley pub- H 
CO, Williams, Blanchard & Co, lisher, 39 Sutter ¥± 
agents, 218 California Packards Albert, attorney at law, 103 - 
PACIFIC METHODIST, Wick Montgomery Aye 
B Parsons editor, 320 Sansom Packscher Joseph, plumber, 2027 1 1 



Pacific Motor Co, M F Wood manager and 
patentee, 5-7 Bcale 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance C<>, Wil- 
liam O Gould manager, 512 Cal 

Pacific Newspaper Publishing Co, Carlo 
White propr, 320 Sansom 

Pacific Oil and Lead Works, Kittle & Co 
agents, 202 California 

Pacific Power Co, George F Bowman sec- 
retary, 314 California 

PACIFIC PRESS PCRLISH 
IXG ASSOCIATION, J W 
Gardner manager, 126 Kearny 

PACIFIC PRIXTER, J J Palmer 
propr, 205 Lcidesdorff 



Padey Martin, president North Beach 

Cement Pipe Co, 542 California 
Paerson John, tallow manttf, cor 5th Ave 

and H 
Page Charles, attorney at law, 224 San 
Page James D Jr, attorney at law, 224 

Sansom 
Page L R, watchmaker, 638 Market 
Pauc M L Miss, teacher music, 625 Capp 
Pay e. Moore & Co (Wilfred Page, James 
" Moore and John E Hobson), commis- 
sion merchants, 211-&13 Clay 
Page, Wheaton & Co, merchants (Bodie), 
^ 219 Front 



I Page William M, phvsician, 710 Sutter 
PACIFIC ROLLING MILL PAGE S J F. seal engrave., I 

CO, L B Benchlev manager, 16 1st PAGET GEORGE XV superinten- 
PACIFIC RUBBER PAIXTI dent and manager Central Gardens, 

CO, Whittier, Fuller & Co proprs, i 41H California 

103 Pine ' Pahl Richard, boots and shoes, 77 4th 

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS PAHL RICHARD H, groceries 

Dewey & Co publishers, 202 Sansom ! and liquors, NE c >r Pine and Dupont 
PACIFIC SAW MASUFAC- I Paige S B, safes fee, 28 New Montgomery 



TIRIXG CO, Sheffield, Spauld- 
inL, r & Patterson proprs, 17-19 Fre 

PACIFIC SCHOOL AID 
HOME JOIRXAL, Albert Ly- 
ser & Co publishers, 508 Clay 

PACIFIC SODA CO, J S Doe 
manager, 109 California 

PACIFIC SFRIXG A\D 
MA TTRE S S MA S UFAC- 
TURIXG CO (W A Clark, 
Charles Rick off, H Black and H 
Krebs), manufs bed and furniture 
springs, spring mattresses and beds, 
bedding material, &c, 1'.) New Mont- 
gomery 

Pacific States Watchman 
Publishing Co proprs, 



PAILLARO M J A CO (Adolphe 
E Juillerat), manufs and Importer! 

musical boxes, :-;i Post 

PAINTER EMLEX, druggist and 

manufacturing chemist, SK cor Clay 
and Kearny, SW cor California and 
Kearny, store and laboratory 1600 
Mission 

Painter & Co (J B and T P Painter), type 
foundry and printers' warehouse, 
elcctrotvpers and Stereotype] 
Clay 

PALACE HOTEL. Alexander D 
Sharon manager, SW cor Market and 



New Montgomery 
Watchman Palacioi Enrique, consul chili, 405 Front 

Co proprs, 202 Sansom Paladini A, fish. 38 San Francisco Market 
PACIFIC STOCK EX- Palliea Alexander, commission merchant, 

CHAXGE, 3is Montgomery 818 Davit 
Pacific Stock Telegraph Ob, Frederick .PALMER C If. manuf and inipor- 
Clay president, <» Betti secretary, ter men's, youths* and hoys' clothing, 
113 Lcidesdorff I furnishing g Is, Ac, 786 Market op 

S. POPPER. 233 KEARNY STREET, HAS THE BESTlSHIRTS. 



Sewing Machines. Needles, etc., SAMUEL HILL, 634 Market St. 



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Palmer E A Mrs, lodgings, 34 Kearny 
Palmer Elisha, livery stable, 134 Tyler 
Palmer George H, physician, 424 Post 
Palmer Henry, California wines, 302 

Front 

Palmer Ice and Refrigerator Co, 224 Fre 
Palmer J C Mrs, lodgings, 30 Post 
Palmer J D, millinery, 104 6th 
Palmer John C, storekeeper U S Bonded 

Warehouse, 1201 Battery 
PALMER JOHN J, manager Mil- 
ler & Richard, 529 Commercial 
Palmer Joseph, painter, 501 Howard 
Palmer Thomas F, millinery, 730 Market 
Palmer W J T. cabinet maker, 217 Market 
PAL.TENOHI AXOREW, mar 

ble yard, SE cor Devisadero and Ellis 
Panama Transit Steamship Co, Williams, 

Blanchard & Co agents, 218 Cal 
Pander E. stoves, 32 Geary 
PAXTHEOX SALOON, George 

Dawson & Co proprs, 321 California 
Pape A M Mrs, dressmaker, 102 4th 
Pape Mary A Mrs, dressmaker, 523 La- 

guna 
Pape & Rissland (J Pape and A Rissland), 

groceries and liquors, SE cor Stock- 
ton and O'Farrell 
Papina G, fruits, 801 Larkin 
Paquet Dieudonni, harness-maker, 434 

Broadway 
Paquette A *F & Co, wholesale liquors, 

310 Pine 
Paravagna Louis, boarding, 222 Broad 
PARCEL.L.S C B, manager Hall 

Safe and Lock Co, 211-213 California 
Pardee E H, physician, 621 Clay 
Pardini Eugene, boots and shoes, 724 

Washington 
Pardini N, fish, 510 Merchant 
Pardow Alfred A, attorney at law, 509 

Kearny 
Parent C L, contractor, 232 Fremont 
Paris V, p'umber, 1403 Dupont 
Park E W, propr Park House, NE cor 

Mission and 24th 
Park Hotel, Muller & Sachau proprs, 26- 

28 Turk 
Parke & Lacy (L C Parke and B T Lacy), 

machinery, 21-23 Fremont 
Parker Charles H, attorney at law, 13 

Montgomery- Block 
PARKER EDWARD W, boot 

maker, 944 Harrison 
Parker George H, furnished rooms, 1122 

Market 
PARKER J M, manager New Tele- 
graph Stables, SW cor Minna and 

New Montgomery 
Parker M W, ladies' underwear, 126 Post 
Parker William, plasterer, 1232 Market 
Parkhurst V S W, scales, 416 Market 
Parkin C, fruits, 306£ Dupont 



Parmentier H M Mme, dressmaker, 238 

Taylor 
Parneli John, real estate, 507 California 
PARR M A, grocer es and liquors, 

1122 Harrison 
Parrin Eugene, cigars, 200 4th 
Parrish Edward, real estate agent, 607 

Montgomery 
PARRISH* WILLIAM, mining 

secretary, 328 Montgomery 
Parrott John, capitalist, 414 Mont 
Parrott Louis B, consul Guatemala, 306 

California 
Parrott & Co (William F Babcook, Tibur- 

cio Parrott, William Babcock and 

Louis B Parrott), commission mer- 
chants, 306 California 
Parson Edward, physician, 103 Mont 
Parsons James H, restaurant, 1406 Polk 
Parsons Wick B, editor Pacific Methodist, 

320 Sansom 
Particelli Angelo, silver plater, 952 Miss 
PARTMAXX GERHARD I, 

groceries and liquors, NW cor 5th 

and Folsom 
Partridge P G, capitalist, 323 Mont 
Pascal August, bakery, 911 Pacific 
Pascal, Dubedat & Co (Emile Pascal and 

Eugene Dubedat), wholesale liquors, 

423 Jackson 
PASQUALE BENEDICT. 

manuf flags, regalias, etc, 967 How 

and 650 Washington 
Pasquier Louis & Co, florists, 1512 

Broadway 
Pastene Antonio, commission merchant, 

203 Washington 
Patchee Edward, whitener, 124 4th 
Patek A, French dressing, etc, 413 6th 
Pateman Harry manager San Francisco 

Trade Protection Association, 433 

California 
Patent Brick Co, Philip Cadue president 

513 Montgomery 
Paterson James, stockbroker, 313 Cal 
Paterson Johnston, collector, 330 Pine 
Patrick E B, attornev at law, 609 Sac 
Patrick R B, tannery, Folsom bet 18th 

and 19th 
Patrick Richard & Co (In liquidation), 

223 Battery 
Patrick W C, hair-dresser, 705 Broad 
PATRIDGE HIRAM C, propr 

International Hotel, 824-826 Kearny 
Pattee So'on, accountant, 507 Mont 
PATTEN CHARLES W, agent 

Frost's improved patent gas saving 

governor, Eureka self-lighting and 

Parson's automatic regulating gas 

burners, 34 California 
I PATTERSON BROS (Frederick 

R and Warren R), livery stable, 1505 

Fo'.som 



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Patterson William, engraver 

signs, 432 Kearny 
Patterson WilTam, painter, 1125 Sutter 
Patterson William, paperhanger, 2025 

Polk 
Patterson William H, attorney at law, 

609 Sacramento 
Patterson & Brooks (William W Patter- 
son and Henry N Brooks), agents 
laundry blue, 974 Harrison 
Patterson & Mead (Thomas Patterson and 

F Mead), fruit, 200£ 4th 
Patton A F, stationer, SE cor Clay and 

Montgomery 
Patton A F, news stand, 900 Market 
Patton Thomas, bootmaker 2S4 Stev 
Patton William, architect, 411£ Cal 
Paudler Joseph, bronzer and gilder, 773 

Mission 
Paugh W J, physician, 621 Clay 
Paul Almarn B, eng'neer, 323 Mont 
Paul P D, stoves, 1331 Mission 
Pauli Frank C, sign-painter, 432 Kearnv ! 
Paulin S F Mrs, costumer, 803 Mont 
Paulsen Hermann, groceries and liquors, 

27 Taylor 
Paulsen H H, shipwright, 3} Mission 
Paulsen John E, gr< ecries and liquors, 

263 Stevenson 
Paulsen W Mrs, varieties, 501 O'Farrell 
Paulsen William, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Valencia and ISth 
Paulsen & Sanders (William Paulsen and 
John Sanders), carpenters, 419-421 
Jones 
Paulson Henrv, house-painter, 15 Pfeif- 

fer 
Paupitz Frederick W, liquor saloon 123 

Jackson 
Pausman Henry, hay, grain, etc, NE cor 

Mason and Francisco 
Pauson Henry, bootmaker, 528 Pacific 
Pawiicki L, physician, 700 Sutter 
Payer Louis, laundry, 315 Sutter 
Payne Felice Mrs, midwife, 1513 Dupont 
Payne Joel H, liquor saloon, 721 Davis 
Pay.ie William, nut and bolt manuf, 133 

Beale 
Payne William H, pension agent, 620 

Washington 
Payot, Upham & Co (Henry Payot and 
Isaac Upham), wholesale stationers, 
204 Sansom 
Pazjk F J, sewing machine repairer, 1004 

Stockton 
Peabodv William F, physician, 200 Ellis 
Peace Mary Mrs, dressmaker, 424 Leav- 
enworth 



• PEARLM.W ABRAHAM M. 

cigars and tobacco, junction Market, 



Sutter and Sansom 
Peareall N M, agent Illustrated Card Co, 

5 Poat 
PEARSALL WALLACE M. 

book and job printer, 5 Post 
Pearson Kobert W, attorney at law, 320 

Sansom 
Pease Coffin F, upholst rer, 1317 Powell 
Pease Giles M, phvsician, 125 Turk 
PEASE R II JR. agent Goodyear 

Rubbei Co, 577-579 Market 
Pebbles & Baldwin (Frank M Pebbles and 

A S Baldwin), artists, 32S Mont 
PECHIX CHARLES, propr Phil's 

Kx'haiiLre, 417 Front 
PECK EDGAR A, mining secre- 
tary 32S Montgomery 
Peck John, bootmaker, 20 Montgomery 

Ave £J 

Peck Wesley Rev, pastor Bush Street O 

Methodist Episcopal Church, res252J Cj 

Bush XA 

Peck & Co (C S Peck, J M Teel and T F| fej 

Scott), draymen, 717 Sacramento 
Peckerman Simon, clothing, 214 6th 
Pckham E P, stockbroker, 311 Mont 
Peckham George W, carriage maker, 

1232 Folsom 

PEDLER THOMAS C, shipping 

and commission and agent Empire 

Coal Co, Steuart Street Wharf 

Pedron: Giockino, bakery, 1407 Stockton 

Pedroni M. propr San Gottard Hotel, 627 

Broadwav 
Pedrotta V & Co (Ph Mazzi and A Gual- 

azata), restaurant, 1334 Bush 
Peirce P Mrs, dressmaker, 20 Potter 
Peiser E Mrs, dressmaker, 962 Kolsom 
Peiser Hai ry, cigars, 17 6th 
Peixotto ft Silverman (Raphael Pei\otto 
and Morit. Silverman), dry goods, 42 
3.d 
Pelle Alexis O, bootmaker, 1119 Folsom 
Pellegrini Paolo, hairdresser. 133^ Dup 
PeMeteir L, plasterer, 216 17th 
Pelliccija Pictro, liquor saloon, 618 

Front 
Pellison Pierre, propr New Gulllauinc 

Hotel, 704 Pacific 
PEMHROKE S A !tl I E L J. 

watchmaker, 220 O'Farrell 
Penderga^t Ann'e Mrs, f.ui v go ds, 1204 

Pacific 
PEXHERGAST JAMES A, 
produce commission nicrcliant, 203 
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PEACOCK A PAHiE (Job Fj Pemier-ast, Smith k Co (Thomas and 
Peacock and S B Paige), manufrs James Pendergast), proprs .Etna 

door knob attachments, 88 New i [ron Works, 217-221 Fremont 

Montgomery | Pendenen B, wood and ivory turner, 221 

Pearce William, cigars, 634 4th Mission 



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Peneleton George, boarding, 1221 Pac 
PEXGELLAY K W, propr Claren- 
don saloon, NE cor Folsom and 2nd 
PEWIE JAMES c JR. manuf 

champagne cider, 504 Jackson 
Pennycoex James & Co (George W Long- 
ley), house-painters, 420 Mont 
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance -Co (Phil- 
adelphia), Jonathan Hunt, Son & Co, 
managers, 313 California 
Pentony John, livery stable, 633 Green 
Penwe'l Samuel A, real estate and secy 
Berkeley L & T I Association, 652 
Market 
PEOPLE'S ICE CO. I H Thomp- 
son secretary, 312 Mission 
Pera Andrea, hair-dresser, 222 Broad 
Pera Francisco, bootmaker, 413 Broad 
PERATA BERNARDO, restau- 
rant and liquor saloon, 105 Pacific 
Perata Michael, groceries and liquors, 

1501 Dupont 
Perata Nicolas, fruits, 837 Pacific 
Perazzo Joseph, cigar manuf, 1421 Dup 
Perboner K Mrs, ladies' underwear, 1010 

Stockton 
Perrv George W, architect, 318 Pine 
PEREY PIERRE, coppersmith, 

308 Market nr Front 
Perine George M, stockbroker, 312 Pine 
Perine Nicolas, asphaltum-roofer, 638 

Market 
PERINE BROS (G and B), Italian 

restaurant, 105-107 Dupont 
Perino Frank, hair-dresser, 619 Sac 
Perkin William, propr Montgomery 

House, 613 Mission 
PERRIXS ALFRED J, photo- 
graph gallery, 337 Hayes 
Perkins Clara, lodgings, 961-963 Mission 
Perkins Joseph, agent skeleton signs, 406 

Market 
Perkins, Logan & Co, merchants (Oro- 

\ille), 211 Clay 
Perkins Lyman G, cigars, 16 3rd 
Perkins &Carneal (James C Perkins and 
Thomas D Carneal), attorneys at law, 
207 Sansom 
Peroniat Elia, fruits, 911 Kearny 
Perpoli Maximillian, dyer, 33 4th 
Perpoli Placidio & Co, wood and coal, C08 

Broadway 
Perquy John, fancy goods, 955 Market 
Perrault Julian, physician, 413 Kearny 
Perrault Maurice N, liquor saloon, 312 

Washington 
Perrin E B, real estate, 402 Kearny 
Perrin Pierre, harnessmaker, NE cor Mis- 
sion and Eugenie 
Perrin R J, physician, 226 Sutter 
Perrovich John, coffee saloon, 250 Steuart 
Perry A W, physician, 208 Stockton 
Perry Emily, fancy goods, 938 Folsom 



Perry David, mining, 320 Sansom 
Perry George H, attorney at law, 320 San 
Perry Horace, bootma <er, 1025 Howard 
Perry John Jr, stockbroker, 413 Mont 
Pestner & Hild brandt (William C Hilde- 

brandt), wholesale liquors, 411 Bat 
Pete Joseph, bootmaker, 2 5th 
Peter Flavius. mining secretary, 310 Pine 
Peters F M L & Co (F Aug Meyer), fancy 

goods, etc, 207 Montgomery 
Peters George, fruit, 846 Valencia 
Peters Jacob, liquor saioon, 505 Pacific 
Peters J H & Co (Daniel Sewell), photo- 
graphers, 25 3d 
Peters John, liquor saloon. 1007 Battery 
Peters John, wines and liquors, SE cor 

4th and Berry 
Peters W, liquor saloon, 624 Clay 
Peters William J, carpenter, 28 Turk 
Peters & Cowie (J C Peters and George 

M Cowie), hay and grain, NE cor Russ 

and Howard 
Petersen August B, millinery, 318 3rd 
Petersen Nick, liquor saloon, NW cor 4th 

and Townsend 
Petersen Nils P, cigars, 419 East 
Petersen, Shepherd & Co (C M Petersen 

and R C J Adnev), real-estate agents, 

528 California 
Petersen & Alarmc (William Petersen and 

Louis Alarme), hair-dressers, 1133 

Dupont 
PETERSEN «& MAYER (J E 

Petersen and Robert M Mayer), 

plumbers and gasfitters, 1650 Polk 
Peterson Charles, cabinetmaker, 730 Mis- 
sion, rear 
Peterson Enewald, real-estate agent, 314 

Bush 
Peterson F N, uquor saloon, 27 Pacific 
PETERSOX HEXRY, butcher, 

NW cor 7th and Bryant 
Peterson John, liquor saloon, 326 Main 
Peterson Louis, restaurant, 531 East 
Peterson Olaus, liquor saloon, 220 Kearny 
^eterson S, restaurant, 403 Spear 
Peterson Soren B, commission merchant, 

58 Clay 
Peterson & Co (P Peterson and Chris 

Toft), wood and coal, 427 O'Farrell 
Peterson & Dieckhoff (Henry Peterson 

and George Dieckhoff), liquor saloon, 

228 Pac.fic 
Peterson & Hanson (Christian Peterson 

and Jacob Hanson), restaurant, 644 

4th 
Peterson & Olsson (Lewis Peterson and 

John Olsson), tinsmiths, 328 Bush 
Peterson & Palmer (A S Peterson and L 

W Palmer), groceries, 716 Market 
Petibeau Edward, druggist, 169 9th 
Petit Journal, Georges Franc-fort propr, 

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PETRES MAMEL, restaurant, 

819 Clay 
Petri John, cigars, 825 Pacific 
PETTEXATI BROS (Frank and 

Charles), Valiejo and S F Express, 

1028 Kearnv 
PETTEXATI PETER, groceries 

and liquors, 102* Kearny 
PETTIGREW & EARLESS 

(J J Pettigrew and T A Farless), col- 
lectors, 217 Sans.. in 
PETTIT & RESS (Thomas J Petti^ 

and C Christian Kuss), label and 

theatrical show-bills, wood and phoio 

engravers, 320 Sansom 
Pew John \V, mining secretarj', 310 Pine 
Peyser C, clothing, etc, 521 Montgomery 
Peyser G, clothing, 211 3rd 
Peyser Louis, clothing, 428 Pac'fic 
Peyser Samuel, clothing, 18 3rd 
Pfeitfer Frederick, b lotlitter, 252 Jessie 
PFEIFFERJOHXW A SOX 

(George), locksmiths, 1015 Kearny 
Pfiffer K, groceries and liquors, 2600 Fol 
Pfister A & Co, merchants (San Jose), 113 

Clav 
PFISTER J J & CO manors 

crochet and knitted goods, ladies' 

and gents' bathing suits, 120 Sutter 
Pfile J F, blacksmith, 475 Brannan 
Pflueger Hermann, watchmaker, 38 Sac 
Pforr Christian, groceries and li mors, 

NE cor 4th and Jessie 
Pforr John, real-estate agent, 329 Mont 
Pfortner Carl, liquor saloon, 210 Leid 
Phelan Gregory J, physician, 503 3rd 
Phelan James, capitalist, 519 Montgomery 
Phelan Joseph P, attorney at law, 217 

Sansom 
Phelps Charles H, attorney at law, 66 

Nevada Block 
PHELPS MAXUFACTITR- 

IMG CO TIIE.W S Phelps presi- 
dent, Win H Phelps secretary, Alanson 

H Phelps treasurer, 13-17 Drumm 
PHELPS W S & CO (Augustus 

E), shipsmiths, 13-17 Drumm 
Phelps & Miller (E A Phelps and Samuel 

M Miller), manufs agents, 120 Sutter 
Phenix Insurance Co (New York), Brown, 

Craig & Co agents, 215 Sansom 
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters, J S 

Bacon, a^ent, 316 California 
PHILADELPHIA BREW- 

ERY, John Wieland propr, 240 2nd 
Philadelphia House, John Knack propr, 

421 Bush 
Philan John, books and stationery, SW 

cor Sutter and Kearny 
Philip, Spejer & Co (Jacob M Philip and 

Jacob W Speyer), insurance agents, 

13 Merchants' Exchange 
[Philips Edward, painter, 516 Hyde 



PHILIPPS & CO (John H Philipps 
and Zacariah Johnson), whiteners 
and chimney sweepers, 18£ Post 

Phillips Abraham, groceries and liquors, 
1806 Powell 

Phillips Bennett, harnessmakei, 303 5th 

Phillips Gabriel M, fancy goods, 130 6th 

PHILLIPS HEXRY, propr Pro- 
gress Restaurant, 219 Mission 

Phillips J Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 122 
Ellis 

Phillips James B, wines and liquors, 1144 
Market 

Phillips J B, attorney at law, 636 Clay 
■ Phillips J S, mining engineer, 702 Cal 
' Phillips Michael & Co (M Green and A 
Lowenberg), merchants (Honolulu), 
111 Battery 
| Phillips P A, butter, cheese, etc, 27 Cen- 
ter Market 

Phillips Stephen H, attorney at law, 220 
Sansom 

PHILLIPS & CO (James R Phil- 
lips), proprs Sutter Street Baths and I 
hair-dressing saloon, 114 Sutter 
! Phillips & Giffin (Patrick Phillips and 
John Giffin), plumbers, etc, 30o4 Xiaa 

Phipps Alfred B. stockbroker, 321 Cal 

Phipps J & Son (Thomas), harnessmakers, 
665 3rd 

Phoenix Insurance Co (Hartford, Conn), 
Arthur E Magill general agent, 323 1 
California 

Phoenix Iron Works, Jonathan Kittredge: 
propr. 18 Fremont 

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co (Hart-! 
ford, Conn), Edward P Gray agent, 
318 Montgomery 

PH<EXIX OIL WORKS, Hutch I 
ings <fc Co proprs, 517 Front 

Piaggio Agostino, wines and liquors, 1622 
Stockton 

Piccinini B, fruits, SE cur Mason and j 
Lombard 

Piche M, harness-maker, 636 Broad wa\ 

Piehoir Henry, mining secretary, 820 Sun 

Pickering W, druggist, SE cor Broadway 
and Stockton 

Pickett E Mrs, bakery, 1126 Larkin 

Pickett & Dowling (Garrett Picket' and 
Richard Dowling), undertaker-. BIG 
Market 

Pickett fi, Nolan (Garrett Pickett and Ed- 
ward Nolan), livery stable, 14 Clem- 
entina 

Pico P A Co (Peter Pico and augustino 
Motroni), Livery stable, .",15 Qr ecn 

Picot •) H Mm*-, dressmaker. 12*'. Kearny . 

Piedmont k Arlington Life Insurance 
Co, i> M Kent attorney, YM Pine 

Pieper H c & Co, stoves, etc, loio Bu- 
chanan 

Piepei Leon, liquor aaktoa, 648 Weak 



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Pieper & Quarg CM Pieper and E Quarg), 

restaurant, 156 2nd 
Piepjrling & Wirth (Joseph Pieperling 

and George Wirth), butchers, SE cor 

Union and Hyde 
Pierce Charles L, physician, 103^ Powell 
PIERCE E G A CO, draymen and 

forwarding agents, 20 California ; 

stand, junc Market, Cal and Drumm 
Pierce G L, propr Noveltv Iron Works, 

215 1st 
Pierce James P, capitalist, 315 California 
Pierce Patrick, marble works, 1140 Miss 
Pierce Walter S, pianos, 30 New Mont- 
gomery 
PIERCE A SON (W L L and Wil- 
liam J), proprs Magnetic Elastic 

Truss Co, 704 Sacramento 
Pierre John, boot maker, 1333 Dupont 
Pierro Emile, baker, 304 Mont Ave 
Piereon William M, attorney at law, 616 

Sacramenoo 
Pignaz Antino, restaurant, 29 3rd 
Pignoi John, laundry, 822 Mission 
Pike J M, propr United States Restau- 
rant, 543 Clay 
Pike J M & Co, wholesale cigars, 327 

Front 
Pike & Hayes (William Pike and J C 

Hayes), proprs New York Bakery, 

626 Kearny 
P'lcher W I, real estate aarent, 33 Kearny 
PILLSBUBY A TITUS (Evan 

S Pillsbury and Daniel Titus), attor- 
neys at law, 306 Pine 
.Pinchard J B, physician, 704£ Mission 
I Pinching Richard L, physician, 1502 Pine 
Pincus Morris, clothing, 54 3rd and 407 

East 
Pincus Morris, clothing, NE cor Sansom 

and Pacific 
Pink Henry, insurance broker, 202 San 
Pinker Gustave J, cigars, 1231 Mission 
Pinner Charlotte Mrs, boarding, 35 Pac 
Pinney Brown B, capitalist, 312 Pine 
PINSEY OEOBGE M, attorney 

at law and mining operator, 328 

Montgomery 
Pinot Ch, restaurant, 30H Sutter 
Pinto A, tailor, 817 Vallejo 
Pinto John, coffee saloon, 723 Davis 
Pioche FLA (estate of), 522 Mont 
Pioneer House, Frederick Hess propr, 

NW cor North Point and Larkin 
PIONEER IICO\ WORKS, 

Calvin Nutting & Son proprs, 121 

Fremont 
PIONEER IRON WORKS, 

C H Leavitt propr, 225-227 Beale 
Pioneer Soda Worka, Welsh, Walsh & Co 

proprs, 1721 Market 
PIONEERS CALIFORNIA, F 

Vassault secretary, rooms 808 Mont 



PIPER FANNY » R MRS, 

(administratrix estate Jerome B 
Piper deceased), bay and river 
freighting, 7 Clay 
Piper William A, capitalist, 606 Mont 
Piper & McKay, decorators, 5 Trinity 
Pique Edward, teacher music, 130 Turk 
Pircher Brothers (William and John), 

liquor saloon, 707 Mission 
Pistolesi August, groceries and liquors, 

752 Washington 
Pitt Elizabeth Mrs, groceries, 457 Te- 
hama 
Pitta Schonman, boot maker, 618 Broad 
Pitts Edward, hair-dress r, 1055 Folsom 
Pitts J, watchmaker, 309 6th 
Pittsburg Railroad Co, 202 Sacramento 
Pixley A E Mrs, dressmaker, 1414 Polk 
Pixley & Harrison (F M Pixley and Rob- 
ert Harrison), attorneys at law, 430 
California 
Pizzala Carlo, sausages, 1132 Dupont 
Plagemann H & Co (H Plagemann and 
Robert Kanzee), manuf cigars, 305 
Sacramento 
Plagemann John C, plumber, 204 Powell 
Plagemann William, tailor, 14 Geary 
Plaisance L O, attorney at law, 526 Mont 
Planz Henry, tailor, 525 Geary 
Plasa Edward N, dairy produce, 316 6th 
PLATE A J A CO (N A Plate, W 
B Cotrel and A F Plate), importers 
and dealers sporting material, 510 
Sacramento, and military, Masonic 
and society goods, 325 Montgomery 
Plath John, groceries and liquors, 1401 

Steiner 
Plato & Heense(Freeman Plato and Leon- 
ard Heense), hair-dressers, 108 6th 
Platshek Samuel, capitalist, 312 Sac 
Platshek & Harris (Julius Platshek and 
Isaac Harris), hides and wool, 312 Sac 
Piatt H B, contractor, 14^ Montgomery 

Piatt J, metal roofer, 223 Post 

Piatt R Mrs, drv goods, 6 6th 

Piatt W H Rev,' DD, LLD, rector Grace 
Church, res 1407 Jones 

Platz Edward, plumber, 1818 Devisadero 

Plege Louis, tailor, 337 Gearv 

PLUM CHARLES M A CO. 
fine carpets and furniture, 641-643 
Market 

Plumbe J F, buggy and wagon tops, 629 
Mission 

Plume John V & Co, bankers, 309 Cal 

Plummer G E, groceries, 12 Center Mar- 
ket 

Plummer H L, carpenter, 534 Sacramento 

Plummer R H, physician, 652 Mission 

Plunkett William A, attorney at law, 530 
California 

Pockwitz Louis, insurance broker, 307 Cal 



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Podesta Joseph, fruits, 442 Bush 
Podesta S, fruits, 936 McAllister 
Podesta S & Co (Pelegrio Stola), fruits, 

1533 Turk 
Poehlinan William, confectioner, SW cor 

Post and Powell 
POETT ALiFRJEI>, civil engineer, 

419 Pine, res 19 Stanley Place 
Poheim Joe, merchant tailor, 203 Mont- 
gomery, and 103 3rd 
Pohl Georere, hides and tallow, 110 Drumm 
POHLKEK JOHN H, groceries 
and liqurrs, NW cor Howard and 26th 
Pohlmann Gus, enameler, 417 Kearny 
Pollack A, gents' furnishing- goods, 800 

Market 
Pollack Samuel, insurance broker, 502 

Kearnv 
POLLARD ISAAC, carriage man- 
ufacturer, 67-69 Stevenson 
Pollard James P, wood and coal, 1 Val- 
encia 
Pollard Llewellyn, hair-dresser, 788 Fol 
Pollard Thomas, lumber, 17 Steuart 
Pollard William H, merchandise broker, 

402 Front 
Pollhammei A, engraver, 417 Kearnv 
Poly, Heilbron & Co (Louis Poly, A Heil- 
bron and Simon Clayburg), wholesale 
cattle butchers, 339 Kearny 
Pomeroy Carter P, attorney at law, 211 

Sansom 
Pomeroy Hunt, cider manuf, 20 Sac 
Pomeroy John Norton, attorney at law, 

211 Sansom 
Pond Edward B, capitalist, 318 Pine 
Pond W C, pastor Bethanv Church, res 

Bartlett.bet 25th and 26th 
Pons — Mme, corset manuf, 219 Post 
Pool & Harris (J L Pool and E Harris), 
proprs Oriental Bonded and Free 
Warehouse, cor 1st and Brannan 
Poorman Martha, fancy goods, 116 9th 
Poorman Samuel, attorney at law, 310 

Pine 
Pope E R, attorney at law, 217 Sansom 
Pope Gustavus, propr Eureka restaurant, 

547 1st 
Pope & Talbot (William C, C F A and W 
H Talbot) lumber, 204 California, 
yard foot 3rd 
Popovich A & Co (P Popovich) liquor sa- 
loon, 1654 Polk 
Popovich L & Co (D Cielovich), fruits, 

1002 Bush 
Popp Hermann, propr Popp's Hotel, NW 

cor Powell and Chestnut 
Poppe Charles, manuf cigars, 30. r > Battery 
Popper L. shirt manuf, 431 Kearnv 
POPPER S, manuf and dealer shirts 

and underwear, 288 Kearny 
Popper V, chiropodist, 127 Montgomery 
Poratli Henry, restaurant, 6 Pacific 



Porep L, watchmaker,, 140 3rd 
Porporato Francisco, groceries, 1224 Dup 
Port Discovery Mills, C L Dinglcy ageiK, 

pier 10 Steuart 
Port Wardens Board of, 525 Front 
Porteous Alexander, crockery, 1314 Du- 

pont 
Porter Asa A, liquor saloon, 432 CaJ 
Porter David, wholesale wines and liq- 
uors, 405 Montgomery 
Porter, Oppenheimer, Slessinger & Co 
(Geo K Porter, Charles Oppenheimer, 
Lewis Slessinger and Joseph Kahn), 
manuf boots and shoe-, 117 Battery 
Porthune H, whitener, 10 Salmon 
Portland Hotel, James Carr propr, 54 

Sacramento 
PORTLAXI) IOIH.!\(. 
HOUSE. Thomas Rees, 807 Kearny 
Portois Peter, architect, 621 Sansom 
Portugese Benevolent Association, 510, 

Bush 

Posener Herman, millinery, 920 Market j 

Posner Philip, cigar factory, 337 Hayes | 

POST OFFICE, S F, James Coey 

postmaster, main office NW cor Wash-I 

ington and Battery ; branches— A, 130f>j 

Polk; B, SW cor Market and 7th; C, 

NE cor Mission and 20th; Sub office j 

Railroad ave bet 10th and 11th aves, | 

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post r r it lis it i \«. co, j i 

Jackson general manager, 600 Mont 
Postel Amandus, groceries and liiuors 

SE cor 26th and Alabama 
Postel Christian D, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Pacific and Taylor 
Postel John, fruits, SE cor Ellis and 

Taylor 
Poetel John, groceries and liquors, 201 i 

16th 
Poston J M, attorney at law, 320 Sansom < 
Potier S Mme, dressmaker, 118 Btocfcton 
Potrero and Pay View H It Co, cor 4th I 

and Townscnd 
Potrero Land Improvement Co, B B Mi 

nor secretary, 309 Montgomery 
Potrero Yeast and Distilling Co, Herman 

Westcrfeld manager, cor Ne\ada and; 

Minnesota 
Potter Alden W, mining secretary, 137 

Montgomery 
Potter Edward K, insurance agent, 100 

Sansom, 
Potter Francis A, Crockery, glassware. 

lamps, 10 3rd and 2610 Mission 
Poulterer Tin inas j, auctioneer, 23-24 

Merchants' Bzd i 
Poultnej John, chronometer and vaten 

maker, 137 Ifontgi men 
Poupion V, liquor saloon, 2026 Mlasiou 
Pouyal J, florist, 1029 Butter 
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Pouzelt Christopher, wines and liquors, 

419 Montgomery Ave 
Powell Frank, livery stable, 850 Howard 
Pow 11 H A, attorney at law, 103 Mont- 
gomery 
Power Bernard, groceries and liquors, 

1721 Jones 
Powers James D, batcher, 1531 Turk 
Powers John J, groceries and liquors, 

1200 Union 
Powers Michael, groceries, 230 8th 
Powers P J, plumber, 1716 Sutter 
Powers Thomas J, butcher, 136 Hayes 
Powers ft Wilder (George H Powers and 
A M Wilder), physi- ian», 215 Geary 
Pozzi & Bagutti (P Pozzi and A Bagutti), 
wines and liquors, 325 Montgomeiy 
Ave 
Pracht August, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Sacramento and Steiner 
PKAG MARTEN, manuf of hy- 
draulic and artesian well pipe, ship 
and steamer work and stoves, tin, 
copper and sheet-iron ware, 125 Clay 
Prager A J, clothing, 827 Kearny 
Prather 4 N. dentist, 305 Kearnv 
PRATT GEORGE C, mining sec- 
retary, 25 Nevada Block 
Pratt Henry G, carpenter, 51 Clav 
PRATT LEVI O, oyster saloon, 7 

Stockton 
Pratt & Metcalfe (Leonidas E Pratt and 
James B M' tcalfe), attorneys at law, 
230 Montgomery 
Preda G, wines and liquors, 611 Mont 
Prendergast Patrick, liquor saloon, 228 

Fol om 
Prenveille E, pa'nter, 538 Green 
Presbyterian Board of Publication, Rev 

F E Shearer, secretary, 757 Market 
PRESCOTT HOUSE, O F Becker 
propr, SW cor Montgomery Ave and 
Kearny 
Prescott J F, portrait art-'st, 6 Eddy 
Prescott Julia J Mrs, millinerv, 1152 Mar- 
ket 
PRESCOTT. SCOTT & CO (G 
W Prescott, I M and H T Scott), 
proprs Union Iron Works, NEcor 1st 
and Mission 
PRESCOTT & SAVRORX (C J 
Prescott and A L Sanborn), proprs 
California Mills, NW cor Howard and 
Spear 
PRESHO JAMES & CO, pro 
duce commission merchants, 124 Clay 
Preston E F, attorney at law, 534 Cal 
Preston Edward furrii'ure, 10 4th 
PRESTOX & McRIXXOX (O J 
Preston and J J McKinnon), whole- 
sale and retail lumber dealers and 
commission merchants, Pier 5 
Steuart 



P R E T O R I IT S. TROW- 

BRIDGE A CO (F Pretorius, 

George T Trowbridge and J C Lem- 

mer), proprs California Boiler Works, 

141-143 1st 

Prevost Anna Mrs, laundry, 786 Folsom 

Price Benjamin, notebro'ter, 202 Sansom 

Prices Current, George W Burton propr, 

405 Front 
Price M, manuf cutler, 415 Kearny 
Price Press Co (San Leandro), manufs 
hay presses, I J Truman propr, 13 
Front 
PRICE THOMAS,ana'yt : cal chem- 
ist, and assayer, 524 Sacram nto 
Priebatch Julius, tailor, 910 Larkin 
Priebatch Wolf, cigars, 12 Leidcsdorff 
Pri n Henry W, groceries and liquors, 

1137 Harrison 
Prien Ludwig, cigars, 338 Bush 
Pr.'en W H, tailor, 613 Laguna 
Priet Pierre, restaurant, 115 Dupont 
Prigge Henry, liquor saloon, 176 Stev 
Prince Charles H, livery stable, 2125 

Mission 
Prince Harry G, cigars, 102 4th 
Pringle Gilbert, bookmaker, 1015 Market 
Pringl & Hayne (Edward J Pringle and 
Robert Y Havne), attorneys at law, 
318 Pine 
Prinz Adolph, wines and liquors, 1121 

Mission 
Prior James K, plumber, 112? Market 
PRIOR JOH\ Ii, sailmaker, 304 

Dav's 
Prior J T, propr The Evangel, 25 5th 
PRODUCE EXCHANGE Wil 
liam H Walker secretary, NEcor Clay 
and Davis 
Produce Report, George W Burton, propr, 

405 Front 
Proff H Mrs, varieties, 215 O'Farrell 
Proff Jacob, carpenter, 215 O'Farrell 
Proll Brothers (Lou"s and Rudolph B), 

stationers and jewelers, 1417 Polk 
Proll Henry Jr, butcher, 1521 Larkin 
Proll William & Co (George F Lybrand), 

show-case manufs, 537 California 
Prosch C, artist, 240 Montgomery 
Proschold C Mrs, midwife. 825 Kearny 
Proschold Charles, hair-dresser, 844 Val- 
encia 
Proschold Thomas, hair-dresser, 624 4th 
Prosek Joseph, physician, 6 O'Farrell 
Providence - Washington Insurance Co 
(Providence. R I), Louis Jacoby agent, 
411 California 
PROVIXES R R, attorney at law, 

204 Sutter 
Prunty Owen, liquor saloon, SE cor Fol- 
som and 8th 
Pub.i ! S hool Record George Franc- 
fort propr, 602 Washington 



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Puckhab r John, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor 15th Ave and P 
Puetz Elizabeth Mrs, midwife, 854 Fol 
Puget Mill Co, Pope & Talbot agents, 204 

California 
Pullen Katie Mrs, furnished rooms, 206 

Kearny 
Pulvermacher Galvanic Co, J E Hether- 

ington president, 513 Montgomery 
Purcell David, wines and liquors, E s 

Central Ave bet Post and Sutter 
Purdy George, patent agent, 402 Mont 
Purdy G W, liquor .saloon, cor Merrimac 

and K ntucky 
Purdy Samuel, SSI Montgomery 
Purdy Solomon F, watchmaker, 16 4th 
Pursed S V Mme, dressmaker, 506 Hayes 
Pust J Miss, dressmaker, 106 11th 
Puttick Louisa, bakery, 224 5th 
Puvogel John, groceries and liquors, 1436 

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Pj-ser M, tailor, 1325 Polk 



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Quackenbush Thomas M, carpenter, 511 

Jackson 
QUARANTINE OFFICER, 

Wihiam F M McAllister, 502 Battery 
Quardt J, house-painter, 669 Howard 
QUEEN INSURANCE CO (Liv- 
erpool), W Lane Booker agent and 
attornev, 317 California 
QUEIROLO G, baker, 511 Green 
Querilia.q Mary, clairvoyant, 2 Potter 
Quesada Lauriano, cigars, 503 Broadway 
Quevodo Vicente, teacher music, 1302 

Powell 

Quick John W, screen manuf, 32 Fre 
Quigg Mary B Miss, dressmaker, 126 

Kearny 

Quijrley M_A Miss, artist, 1036 Market 
QUKjJUEY P MKS, hardware, 1036 

Market 

Quilici A. wines and liquors, 306 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Quilici Angelo, fruits, 1311 Powell 
Quimby D J, propr Quimby House, 719 

Market 

Quinan James A, stockbroker, 309 Cali- 
fornia 
Quincv House, W Marchant manager, SW 

cor Spear and Missd m 
Qninlin Albeit, physician , 874 Mission 
Quinn John, bootmaker, 316 4th 
Qu 'nn John C, bootmaker, 223 5th 
Quinn JohnE, fancy go >ds, 1400 Polk 
Quinn M H, hats and < aj>s, 3011 Mission 
Quinn Thomas, bootmaker, : 
Quint Lcander, attorney at law, 603 
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Raabe George A, butcher, 1145 Folsom 
Raake M F, liquor saloon, 255 Steuart 
Raas E & Co, wholesale cloths, 616 Sac 
Rabeux Louise Mme, dressmaker, 1516 

Powell 
Rabjohn Edwin Sr, hardware, 858 How 
Racieevich Spiro, liquor saloon, 417 Pac 
Racich & Co (Andrew Raeieh and B Ara- 
ta), coffee saloon, NW cor Oregon 
and Davis 
Rackman Frederick, liquor saloon, 534 

Jackson and 103 Montgomery Ave 
Racouillat H Mme, dressmaker, 1423 

Stockton 
Radford Thomas, bootmaker, 9 Spring 
Radius LudwL', book-binder, 420 Kearny 
RadYin Minnie Mme, midwife, 12 Wil- 
liam 
Radovieh Anton, coffee saloon, 254 Steu- 

RAOOVICH ROZO, wines and 

liquors, 1201 Fillmore and 29 Geary 
Radovieh L & Co (E Chielovieh), liquors, 

877 Market 
Radovieh & Uhrlandt (Lazarus Radovieh 

and Hermann E Uhrlandt), liquor 

saloon, 306 Kearnv 
Rafeld Isidor, clothing, 939£ Folsom 
Katfetto L, bootmaker, 1304" Stockton 
Ragan Daniel, groceries, 268 Clara 
Rahsskopff Carl, instrument maker, 412 

Commercial 
RAHWYLER A, watchmaker and 

jeweler, 631 Kearny 
Raicevich Antoine, restaurant, 30 4th 
Raieevieh Spiro, oyster saloon, 808 Kear 
Raines William H, bakery, 1030 Folsom 
Raisch Frederick, stoves, etc, 144-146 

11th 
Raith a, Fletcher (George Raith and & E 

T Fletcher;, restaurant, 209 Davis 
Ralph William, liquor saloon, 2S3 r > Cal 
Ralston H & J, housesmiths, 220 Fre 
Ralston Harriet Mrs, Eureka straw works, 

cor Minna and 6th 
Ralnton H H, propr Olympic Lodgings, 904 

Kearny 
Rammelsberg Augustus, supt Berkeley 

Ferry, 652 Market 
Ramon E Wilson, attorney at law, 419 

< alifornia 
Etamaon Albert, liquor saloon, 7 Com 
Kan lolph Daniel L, real estate, 12 Mont 
Randolph & Co (William <' Hand »lph and 

Robert B Gray), jewelry and siher- 

ware, 101-108 M -w. joinery 
Ranikel Frank \ Co (John Kavser), res- 
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Ranken Herman, wines and liquors, 1071 

Market 
RASKIN, BRAYTOSf A CO. 

(Ira P Rankin and A P Brayton), 
proprs Pacific Iron Works, 1st and 
Fremont bet Mission and How 

Rankin Charles E, book binder, 540 Clay 

Ranlett Horace D, mining and commiss- 
ion agent, 214 California 

Ransom Elisha & Co (J St C Wilson), com- 
mission merchants, 204 California 

Raphael Harris, tailor, 9 Taylor 

Raphael Herman, picture frames, etc, 941 
Folsom 

Raphael I, clothing and gent's furnishing 
goods, 632 Montgomery 

Raphael Inidor, cigars, 430 Kearny 

Raphael Louis, commission merchant, 
402 Front 

Rapoys Manuel S, bootmaker, 415 
Drumm 

Rapp A, jeweler, 9 Geary 

Rappin Gabriel, physician, 515 Montgom- 
ery Ave 

Raschen Bros (Lueder Raschen), groceries 
and Jiquoro, NW cor 3rd and Town- 
send 

Rasmussen P, manuf boots and shoes, 
305 3rd 

RATTEXRURY W H, manager 
Legal and Commercial Union of De- 
troit, 234 Montgomery 

Ratto Benardo, bakery, *504£ Post and 
427 Pacific 

Ratto & Arata (Joseph Ratto and Andrea 
Arata), fruits, 511 4th 

RATTRAY ALEXAI DER, 
physician and surgeon, 606 Sutter 

Rau Adulph H, cutler, 5£ Taylor 

Rau Henry, dentist, 799 Mission 

Rau Louisa, dairy produce, 132 5th 

Rau & Kemp Van E (H Rau and F Kemp 
Van E), dentists, 1144 Market 

Raum Herman, liquor saloon, 216 Van 
Ness Ave 

Raum John Iff, note broker, 430 Mont 

Ravelev S W, book and job printer, 518 
Clav 

RAVEMA, OHIRARDEI.LI 
A CO (Vincent Ravenna, Antonio 
Ghirardelh, L Buero and L Brignar- 
della), proprs Pacific Consolidated 
Paste Co, manufs macaroni, vermi- 
celli, etc 421-423 Battery 

Ravn Hans, groceries and liquors, SWcor 
Dupont and Union 

Ray Charles C, hair-dresser, 1627 Fill 

RAY W 8 A CO (W B Anderson), 
stoves, tinware, and agents Albion 
pottery, 14 Market, and proprs O K 
Foundry, 228 Main 

Raye A P & Co, carpets, etc, 739 Market 

Raymond Henry, fancy goods, 1708 Polk 



Raymond S A, mining, 302 Montgomery 

Raymond & Wilshire (George A Raymond 
and William B Wil-thire), safes and 
scales, 215 California 

Raynaud Felix, silver-plater, 835 Green- 
wich 

Rayner E Mrs, dressmaker, 44 Minna 

Rayner M Mrs, furnished rooms, 946 
Harrison 

Ravnor Joel, housemover, 1141 Mission 

RAY\OLI)H C T A CO, manufs 
and importers paints, oils and var- 
nishes, 9 Front 

Razato F & Co (J Somariva), coffe saloon, 
607 Clay 

Rea E F, paints, oils, etc, 1131 Dupont 

Read J G Mrs, dressmaker, 1215 Polk 

Read Edward, tailor, 16 Anna 

Read Matthew, fruits, 1032 Folsom 

Read Robert, wines and liquors, 1200 
Polk 

READ A RAFFERTY (J Robert 
Read and John Rafferty), notaries 
public and commissioners, and gen- 
eral insurance and commission agents, 
333 Montgomery 

Reade Frederick W, attorney at law, 230 
Montgomery 

Reagan T A, restaurant, 57 3rd 

Real Estate Associates (The), Wm Holl's 
president, 230 Montgomery 

Real Estate Protective Association, H 
Andrews secretarv, 67 Nevada Block 

REAROEX TIMOTHY H, at- 
torney at law, 636 Clay 

Reardon John, groceries and liquors, cor 
27th and San Bruno Road 

Reardon Margaret Mrs, groceries and liq- 
uors, 225 Perry 

Reaume Louis, bootmaker, 442 3rd 

Rebert A, liquor saloon, cor Filbert and 
Van Ness Ave 

Rebstocl:, Endres & Co (Charles Rebstock, 
and Jacob Endres), wholesale liquors, 
322-326 Sansom 

REBSTOCK A BRENDLE 
Adolph Rebstock and Michael Bren- 
dle), granite and marble yard, NW 
cor Post and Lyon 

Reche D E, druggist, 801 Montgomery 

Rechter J, furniture, 311 Montgomery 
Ave 

Reck F Mrs, liquor saloon, 347 16th 

Reckenbeil F, wines and liquors, 308 Dup 

Reckman A, groceries and liquors, NE cor 
Powell and Francisco 

RECREATION GROUNDS, 
Fritz & Shear proprs, SE cor 25th 
and Folsom 

Reddington John H, groceries and liquors, 
1316 Sacramento 

Reddy John, wines and liquors, SW cor 
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Redfield L H, attorney at law, 402 Mont 
BEUI\GTOX & CO (John H Rcd- 
ington, Andrew G Coffin, Isaac S Cof- 
fin, Christian W Smith, Samuel Heit- 
Bhu and William P Redington), whole- 
sale druggists, 529-531 Market 
Redish John, restaurant, 305 6th 
Redlesham Hannah, bakery, 1014 Bryant 
Redmond Dennis, merchant tailor, 1147 

Folsom 

REDSTOXE J H A CO (Frank 

R Brann), counsellors at law and 

solicitors of patents, 22 Montgomery 

Redwine L P, tailor. 2249 Mission 

REDWOOD LDIBER CO. Ed 

win Goodhall secretary , 10 Market 
Reeb Elias, shirt manuf, 19 Sansom 
Reed Charles, liquor saloon, 104 Jackson 
Reed E B Miss, Kindergarten, 116 Jackson 
Reed Francis, cigars, 529 Sacramento 
Reed George W, Custom House broker, 

508 Battery 
Reed James, coffee saloon, 610 Clay 
Reed John, boat-builder, 316 Main 
Reed Joseph, lodgings, 521 Pacific 
Reed William, icstaurant, 52 3rd 
Reel Lawrenre, plumber, cor Railroad 

and 7th Aves 
REKN THOMAS, propr Portland 
Lodging House, 807 Kearny and Re- 
lay House 507 Missison 
Reese H Mrs, dyer, 420 Broadway 
Reese John, hair-dresser, 402 Pacific 
Reese Michael (estate), 410 Montgomery 
Reesen F Mrs, dressmaker, 436 Clemen- 
tina 
Regan John F, groceries and liquors, 21 

Minna 
Regan P E k Co (John MeNamara), liquor 

6aloon, 3-4 Merchants' Exchange 
Regensburger Alfred E, physician, 627 

0" Far re 11 
HF«F\>IMH(.KK D A, mer- 
chant, 320 Sansom 
Regensburger David H, attorney at law, 

438 Calfornia 
Regensburger Jacob, physician, 112 Pow 
Regensburger S H, collector, 25-26 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Regensburger Simon, commission mer- 
chant, 102 Battery 
Rehn Charles, stoves, etc, 208 16th 
Reich G A, physician, 118 Post 
Reich J C, lodgings, 318 Pacific 
Reichert Joseph, liquor saloon, 114 

Tyler 
Reichert & Co (Edward Reichert), junk, 

9 Clav 
It! 14 IIM\<. F A CO. proprs 
Pacific Gold and Silver Refineiy and 
aseay office, 400 Montgomery 
Rcichstettcr Gotlieb, wholesale cattle 
butcher, 5 1st Ave 



Reid Catherine Mrs, groceries, 106 9th 
Reid George W, groceries and liquors, 

1141 Pacific 
HE ID HEXRY H, attorney at law, 

636 Clav and 641 Merchant 
I Reid John, 'tailor, 9"7i Market 
Reid Sophie Mrs, wines and liquors, 1103 

Dupont 
Reid Thomas, wood and coal, 958 Miss 
Reid & Brooks fWm E Reid), wholesale 

crockery, 524-526 Sansom 
Rcilley Alice Mrs, propr Colton House, 

448J 3rd 
Reilley C J, plumber, 320 Montgomery 

Avenue 
Reilly A Mrs, ladies' nurse, 28 Turk 
Reilly James, groceries and liquors, 1710 

Leavenworth 
Reilly John, wines and liquors, 511 4th 
Reilly John Mrs, dressmaker, 2331 Pine 
Reilly William, liquor saloon, Steuart 

Street Wharf 
RE13IER JCEICS, mining ma- 

chinerv, 507 Montg-omerv 
REI\KLE A FICH 8 (Frederick 

Reinkle and Nicholas Fuchs), butch- 
ers, 3 Grand Central Market 
Runstine Jacob B, attorney at law, 217 

Sansom 
Reis Christian, real estate, 316 Cal 
Reis Ferdinand, real estate, 316 Cal 
Reis Gustave, real estate, 316 Cal 
Reis S, watchmaker, 209 Montgomery 

A venae 
It FISS BROTHERS* CO 

(Solomon, Bernard and Isaac Reiss), 

importers cloths and tailors trim- 
mings, 113-115 Sutter 
REITER CATHARIXA, wines 

and liquors, 826-828 Sacramento 
RELAY HOISE, Thomas Rees 

propr, 507 Mission 
REMER JOHN A, architect, 230 

Montgomery 
IU.M I I I \ It l> BRICK CO, PN 

Remillard pies, V L Forten sec, Pa- 

c'fic Street Wharf 
REMILIjARD P X.pres Remillard 

P.ri( k Co, Pacific Street Wharf 
REMIX(;TOX a D A CO, (L h 

Bonestell) wholesale paper and twines 

and depot Lick Paper Mills, (Santa 

Claia), 413-415 Sacramento 
REMINGTON J C A CO, col 

lectors and general business agents 

318 Pine and 2 Leidesdorff 
Remind & Otcrsen (Jacob Remmel and 

Henna. ,n Otersen), liquor saloon, 16 

3rd 
Renault John, wood and coal, 1505 Pine 
Renault L J, dyer, 427 Bush 
Renault Philip, laundry, 1606 Pine 
Renner (' Anton, * Inesand liquors, 616 Cal 



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Renner & Co (George Renner and F S 
Johnson), draymen, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Front 

REXTOX COAIi CO, A Crawford 
pres. Thomas H Henderson s e, 22 
Sacramento, branches NE cor Geary 
and Mason, cor Sutter and Larkin 
and Mission Street Wharf 

Renton, Holmes & Co (William Renton, 
C S Holmes and R K Ham), lumber, 
Pier 3 Steuart 

REXTSCHJLER JOHN, black- 
smith, 1624 Mission 

REXZ JOH\ wholesale liquors and 
propr Dr Renz's Herb Bitters, 219 
Commercial 

Repcnn Frederick, bootmaker, 521 Sac 

Repinsky Philip, tailor, 705 Vallejo 

Reppey James W, cabinet maker, 1810 
PolK 

Reske Peter, liquor saloon, 399 Hayes 

Resources of California, J P H "Went- 
worth publisher, 320 Sansom 

Rest for the Weary Lodging Hou~e, L J 
Ewel propr, 36 Clay 

Retail Tradesmans Protective and Collec- 
tion Bureau, J Mullett sec, 434 Cal 

Rethy George, bootraaker, 933 Market 

Reubold Michael, boots and shoes, 325 
Bush 

Reuling E W, commission merchant, 318 
Front 

Revere House, Thomas J Casev propr, 48 
4th 

REYMERT THEODORE 1>, 
mining and real estate agent, 40 Cal 

Revmond August, laundry, 724 Filbert 

Reynolds C H & Co, real estate agents, 
333 Montgomery 

Reynolds Geo-ge E* physician, 332 Ellis 

Reynolds G L, merchant tailor, 638 Clay 

Reynolds James S, attorney at law, 63*6 
Clav 

REYNOLDS JOHN, propr Cali- 
fornia Chemical Works, San Bruno 
Road bet 27th and 28th 

REYNOLDS L. & CO, shipping 
and commission merchants and ag- 
ents Cameron Pump, 317 Mission 

Reynolds Leonard, attorney at law, 626 
Washington 

Reynolds, R ; x & Co (William H Reynolds 
* and E A Rix), so?e agents Ingcrsoll 
Rock Drill, 18-20 Fremont 

Reynolds Thomas, sailmaker, SE cor 
Market and Steuart 

Reynolds William O, wood and coal. 2310 
Larkin 

REYNOLDS YV S, real estate agent 
531 California 

Rhein B L, dentist, 703 Market 

Rhein & Sicgel (John Rhein and Martin 
Siege]), tailors 414 Sansnm 



Rhin.l James W C, 309 California 
Rhode Island Insurance Association, Au- 
gustus P Flint general agent, 313 Cal 
Rhodes S Mrs, proprss Claren<ion House, 

574 Folsom 
Rhodes S R, merchant tailor, 608 Mont 
Riboli A. coffee saloon, 3 Clay Street 

Central Market 
Rice A, bootmaker, 1206 Sutter 
RICE HARVEY YV, machinist, 56 

Bluxome 
Rice James, liquor saloon, 330 Brannan 
Rico John T. hair-dresscr, 770 Howard 
RICE P R. wines and liquors, 148 

New Montgomery 
Rice Richard, nlumbcr, 107 Geary 
RICE & IIIXKKUS (James Rice 

and August Hinricks), win s and liq 

uois, NE cor Mission and Steuart 
Rich David, stock broker 316 Mont 
Rich George W, sewing machine repairer, 

1654 Mission 
Rich Joseph, capitalist, 316 Montgomery 
Rich Mary Mrs, fancy goods, 1401 Octavia 
Richard Brothers (Owen W and Bernard 

J), wood and coal, 213-215 10th 
RICHARD GEORGE H, restau 

rant, 315 4th 
Richards C F & Co, wholesale druggists 

427-429 Sansom 
RICHARDS I MRS, night con 

tractor, Leander G Young manager, 

432 Kearny 
Richards James E, manager New York 

and San Francisco Collar Co, 6 Bat 
Richards Jane, fancy goods, 958 Howard 
Richards John E, wines and liquors 227 

Bush 
Richards Joseph, mining engineer, 318 

RICHARDS WILLIAMH, 

dentist, NE cor 6th and Jessie 
RICHARDS & CO (C H Rir-hards), 
real estate and general busin ss ag- 
ent, 652 Market 
Richards & Harrison (W H Richards and 
R J Harrison), wholesale liquors, 316 
Battery 
Richardson Bros (James and Alexander), 

stationers, 20 Dupont 
Richardson Charles, wines and liquors, 

739 Folsom 
Richardson James, bakery, 718 17th 
Richardson John A, purchasing agent, 21 

Post 
Richardson H Mrs, fancy goods, 873 Mar- 
ket 
Richardson W L, wharf builder, 14 How 
Richardson & Field (William Richardson 
and Alfred B Field), merchandise 
brokers, 214 California 
Richen Eismark, horse clipper, 737 Fol 
Richmon J A Mrs, dressmaker, 413 Pow 



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Richmond H, carpenter, 2127 Mission 

Richter CMax, physician, 126 Kearny 

Richter Henry, hair-dresaer, SE cor Rail- 
road and 7th Avenues 

Richter P E, supt Eii'opean Fresco Art- 
ists Association, 209 Sansom 

RICHTER PEA CO. art and an- 
tique furniture, brie a brae statuary 
and interior decorations, 25 Geary 

Richter William H, liquor saloon, cor 1st 
Ave and Kentucky 

Rickards John E, agent Perfection Letter 
File, 20 Spear 

Rickb-rn Fernando, groceries and liq- 
uors, 141 Gough 

Ricknian Rachael Mrs, bakery, SE cor 
Clay and Powell 

Rider F, druggist, 504 Bush 

Rider, Som rs & Co (J B Rider. Joshua 
Chadbourne and H C, Somers), whole- 
sole hay and grain, Pier 22 Stcuart 

BIDGEWAY C W A CO. manuf* 
spring beds, 21 Tyler 

Ridlev Horace S, butcher, 2002 Polk 

Rieble Jacob, bakery, 1631 Post 

Ricchers & Harms (F W Kiechers and 
George Harms), groceries and liquors, 
629 Larkin 

Rieck Charies & Co (C H A Quedens), 
proprs Vienna Concert Gardens, Nff 
cor Sutter & Stockton 

Rieck Henry, wines and liquors, 6th bet 
Channel and Berry 

Riedel Conrad, butcher, 1417 Dupont 

Riege^haupt Phillip, tailor, 506 Market 

RIEOELHUTH JACOB, 
propr Sacramento Hotel, 407 Pacific 

RIEOER, PAIL A CO (state of) 
manuf flavoring extracts, 511 Front 

Riegle Bros (H H and D F), artists, 234 
Post 

Riekels & Wi*»se (John Riekels and John 
Wicse), liquor saloon, NE cor Mis- 
sion and 16th 

Rieman & Tuttle (George B Rieman and 
W N Tuttle), photographers, 26 Mont 
gomery 

Riepen Herman, liquor saloon, 164 3rd 

Ries L, land agent, 649 Washington 

Riggs— Mrs, lodgings, 909 Mission 

Rigney Patrick, silver plater, 665 Miss 

Rilev Benjamin F, wholesale liquors, 318 
Front 

Rilev M A, Mrs, varieties, 2216 Larkin 

RIXEY, MVXWELL A Kl\- 
SEY (J H W Riley, George B Max- 
veil and Charles C Kinsey), official 
shorthand reporters, 66 Nevada Block 

Riley Patrick, wood and coal and horsc- 
Rh «er. 915 P-st 

Riley William, wines and liquors, 

Riley & Vest (Thomas l> Ri 

i nay and grain. -"'"7 East 



Rimassa Emanuel, boots and shoes, 720 
Washington 

RIXOEX PETER, manager Mey- 
ers' wine rooms, 22 Leidesdorff 

Ringgold William H Mrs, ladies' hair- 
dresser, 1109 Stockton 

RiordanR Mrs, milliner, 631 and 710 Mar- 
ket 

Riordan Thomas D, attorney at law, 6 
Montgomery Ave 

RIORDW TIMOTHY P, real 
estate agent, 9 Post 

Riphenburg & Granger (Wes'ey Riphen- 
burg and Frank Granger), livery 
stable. 102 (lark 

RISDO\ IRON AND liOCO- 
XOTITE WORKS. W H Tay- 
lor president, L R Mead secretary, 
Joseph Moore superintendent, SE cor 
Beale and Howard 

RISOOX JOHN X, builder and 
contractor mining and milling ma- 
chinery, 421 California 

Rise Aloys, bootmaker, 806 Greenwich 

Rising Adelaide Miss, artist, 126 Kearny 

Rising Alfred, attorney at law, 409 Cal 

Ristow John, groceries and liquors, NW 
cor Turk and Van Ness Ave 

Ritcher Maximiliian, liquor saloon, 
Montgomery Ave 

Ritchie & Co, carpenters, 1902 Hyde 

Ritter A, watchmaker, 303 Kearny 

Rittcr H H, cigars, 250 Sutter 

Ritter Paul, house-painter, 1113 Howard 

Rittore A & Co (M Rittore), fish, 5 Clay St 
Market 

R'tzau L, music teacher, fins Stevenson 

RITZAIT A ORERMEYER(H 
Ritzau and Capt T F Obermeycr) 
Oashaway Exchange, wines and liq 
uors, SEcor Post and Dupont 

Ritzrow L J ft Co, painters and whiteners, 
902 Sacramento and SW cor Stockton 
and Washington 

Rivas Isaac, physician, 1117 Stockton 

Rix A Mrs, boarding, 74H Pine 

Rix Hale, police judire, chambers Old City 
Hall 

Rixford Emmet H, attorney at law, 530 
California 

Roach Dennis, liquor saloon, 1317 Miss 

Roach H Mrs, boarding, 27 Minna 

Roach James, liquor saloon, 63^ 4th 

ROACH JOIIV optician, 429 -Mont 
gomery 

Roa h Lawrence, groceries and liquors 
110 24th 

Roane Addison M, cigars, 607 Davta 

Robbins F A, machinist, 7 i>t 

Robbins James J, mining superintendent, 
Pine 

Robbins John W, liquor saloon, SE cor 
22nd and Alabama 



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Robert Charlotte Mme, dressmaker, 114 

Geary 
Robert Pierre, pastor church Notre Dames 

des Victoires, Bush bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Roberts A H, upholsterer, 637 Howard 
Roberts George F, manuf confectionery, 

1301 Polk 
Roberts H Mrs, ladies' physician, 1621£ 

Powell 
Roberts James B, insurance agent, 315 

California 
Roberts James M, cigars, 327 Pacific 
Roberts John W, capitalist, 330 Pine 
Roberts Stephen, miner, 324 Pine 
Roberts Thomas, horseshoer, 1619 Mar- 
ket 
Rcberts William A. mining, 211 Sansom 
Roberts & Kearney (R M Roberts and P 

J Kearney), butchers, SE cor Filbert 

and Taylor 
Robertson James P., agent California Land 

Investment" Co, 330 Pine 
Robertson J Parr, capitalist, 330 Pine 
ROBERTSON J B, publisher, 621 

Sansom 
Robertson Mary Mrs, dressmaker, 737 

Market 
Robertson Peter, mining secretary, 330 

Pine 
Robertson Robert, liquor saloon, 727 Mont 
Robertson Robert L, stationeiy, 900 How 
Robertson William, florist, nursery Fol- 

som bet 18th and 19th, depot 106 

California Market 
Robertson & Grosh (William Robertson 

and A B Grosh), purchasing agents, 

302 California 
ROBERTSON «Sfc KOVK. (Nils 

Robertson and Viggo Konig), liquor 

saloon and restaurant. 103 Wash 
BOBIE RUSSELL., plumber, 3005 

Mission 

Robin Adrien, liquor saloon, 614 4th 
Robin Frank, laundry, 303 Van Ness Ave 
Robin Joseph, bootmaker, 535 Vallejo 
ROB1XET EUGENE, capitalist, 7 

Montgomery Ave 
Robinett Thomas, carpenter, 115 Leid 
Robinson Alfred, trustee Steam's Ranch- 

os, 318 Caiifornia 
ROBINSON C A & CO (H S Love- 
land), proprs Crystal Vinegar Works, 

15 Van Ness Ave 
Robinson Charles D, marine painter, 729 

Montgomery 
Robinson Charles K, book publisher, 22 

Montgomery 
ROKIVSOV HENRY, liquor sa- 
loon, NW c<>r Davis and Jackson 
RORINSON J A, attorney at law, 

507 Montgomery 
Robinson John, liquors, 656 Mission 



Robinson John, propr Harvey House, 807 

California 
Robinson L L, mining, 320 Sansom 
Robinson, Olney & Byrne (C P Robinson, 

Warren Olney and James K Byrne), 

attorneys at law, 310 Pine 
Robinson P F, harnessmaker, 520 Battery 
Robinson Robert, attorney at law, NE 

cor 4th and Townsend 
Robinson William, bandmaster, 9 Stev 
Robinson & Gillespie (H C Robinson and 

William J Gillespie), carpenters, 337 

Sutter 
ROBISON AC* CO. (F J Evans), 

shells and curios, 217 Washington and 

540 Kearny 
Robitscheck H, stationer, 416 Sacramento 
Robitscher Samuel, boots and shoes, 1589 

Turk 
Roche & Desbeck (John J Roche and 

John Desbeck), attorneys at law, 30 

Montgomery Block 
Rochester German Insurance Co (Roches- 
ter, N Y), Jacobs & Easton agents, 

216 Sansom 
Rochkioli R F, silver-plater, 8 Tyler 
Rockenficld William, hair-dresser, 441 Va- 
lencia 
Rockwell E Anna Miss, portrait painter, 

103 Montgomery 
Rockwell Peter, boarding, 130 1st 
RODD CHARLES H, fruits and 

cigars, NE cor Washington and Stock 
Rodden Hugh, hair-dretser, 234 Folsom 
Rouen Adolph G, livery stable, 1715-1717 

Sacramento 
Rodgers Arthur, attorney at law, 207 San 
Rodgers Benjamin, liquor saloon, 252 

Brannan 
Rodgers F S. sign painter, 629 Merchant 
ROOCiERS JOHN A SONS, 

hay and grain, livery and sale stable, 

junction Market and Hayes 
Rodgers Lee O, physician, 128 4th 
Rodgers, Meyer & Co (William Meyer, 

John Wilson, F Habernicht and H L 

E Meyer), shipping and commission 

merchants, 212 Battery 
Rodgers Philip, liquor saloon, 1727 Mar- 
ket 
Roe C S, attorney at law, 217 Sansom 
Roe & Plummer (George H Roe and W P 

Plummer), monevbrokers, 15 Steuart 
ROE & YATES (Frederick A Roe 

and H G Yates), manufs spring horBe 

shoes, 320 Sansom 
Roeben George, boarding, 37 Pacific 
Roebuck Thomas G, boilermaker, 137 

Beale 
Roeder J A Clement, physician, 1838 

O'Farrell 
Roes J, liquor saloon, 5th Ave bet K 

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Roesler Charles G, liquor saloon, 703J 

Davis 
Roisler H, carpenter, 225 Post 
Roethe Christian, druggist, 501 3rd 
Rogat Joseph, coffee saloon, 900 Front 
Rogers Daniel, attorney at law, 604 Mereh 
Rogers Georye, restaurant, 1244 Mission 
Rogers Henry, agent Samuel Merritt, 22 

California 
Rogers Henry D, physician, 410 Kearny 
Rogcrs Michael, liquors, NW cor 2nd and 

Jessie 
Rogers N, hides, etc, 813 Battery 
Rogers P K Mrs, dressmaker. 121 Ellis 
Rogers R F, stockbroker, 80 Nevada Block 
Rogers S D, mining secretary, 328 Mont 
Rogers S L. attorney- at law, 73 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Rogers Z, dentist, 334 Kearnv 
K<M.<- LE\ A costumer, 9 Geary 
ROiiixIA JOHN, plumber, gas fit- 
ter, tinsmith. &c, 440 Broadway 
Rohde Bros (Frank and August), boot 

marmfs, 509 Jackson 
Rohde Henry, liquor saloon, S\V cor 

Washington and Front 
Rohde John, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Clav and Tavlor 
ROHDE PETER F, liquor saloon 

and cigars, 8 Clay 
Rohc Martha Mrs, bakery, 1225 Webster 
Rohlffs C C, groceries and liquors, 1-5 

Mission 
Rohr J X. painter, 6 Tyler 
Rohrs Diedri <h, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor Clay and Mason 
Rohrs George H, liquor saloon, NE cor 

Sutter and Central Ave 
Rohrs John D, groceries and liquors, 

1500 Missi >n 
Roley James C, liquor saloon, 308 Kear 
Rolff H, restaurant, 1604 Geary and 2019 

Fillmore 
Rolland Louis, dver. 612 Bush 
Roller & Layng (J W Roller and W G 

Layng), job printers, 611 Clay 
Rollett C, baker, 63^ Broadway 
Rollinger H R Mrs, dressmaker. 3 Mason 
Rollins— Mrs, dressmaker, 528 Franklin 
Rollins R R & Co (Wm M Morris), auc- 
tioneers, 535 California 
Rollins William, real estate, 6 Montgom- 
ery Ave 

Roma Hotel, C Beronio propr, 818 San 
Roman A, Publishing Co, propr The Cal- 
ifornia, 522 California 
Roman Bruno, clothing, 942 Market 
Romanni Sal vat ore, liquor saloon, 437 

Broadway 
Romberg W, groceries and liquors, 1049 

Howard 
Romer L Mrs, dressmaker, 37 Post 
Roney Edward, wood and coal, 1312 Pao 



Rooney P H, liquor saloon. 813 Battery 
Roos Bros (Adolphe and Hippolite), cloth- 
ing, 35-37 Kearny 
Root Datus E, president Odorless Exca- 
vating Apparatus Co, 432 Kearnv 
ROOT A SAM>F,RSO\ (E M 
Root and George H Sanderson), im- 
porters and jobbers provisions and 
groceries, 122-124 Market and 19-21 
California 
Rorke B B & Co, stock brokers, 304 Mont 
Rosa Joseph, hair-dresser, 433 Pine 
Rosa Joseph P, hair-dresser, 657 Clay 
Rose A W Jr, mining secretary, 302 Mont 
Rose Edward J, cigars, 316 Bush 
Rosekrans 'H k'jCn hardware, 638 Market 
Rosekrans H M,"house-painter, 517 Cal 
Roselle C Mrs, varieties, 130 Oak 
Rosen Chris & Co (J J Donovan and Mar- 
tin O'Donnel), restaurant, 1303 Polk 
Rosenbaum ASs Co (Joseph Branden- 
stein), wholesale cigars and tobacco, 
SE cor California and Batterv 
ROSEXBAIM FR H A CO 
(George Nelle), importers window 
glass and crystal sheet and manufs 
mirror plates and frames, 567 Market 
Rosenbaum I S & Co. manufs cigirs, SE 

cor Battery and Clay 
Rosenbaum Moses, real estate, 206 Front 
Rosenbaum & Co (Sigmund D Rosen- 
baum, Jonas Honigsberger, Morris 
Augustine and Valentine Rosen- 
baum), wholesale fancy goods, 88-24 
Battery 
Rosenbaum & Scheeline (Simon Rosen- 
baum and Simon C Sche line\ attor- 
neys at law, SOS Montgomery 
Rosenberg B, bootmaker, los Gcarv 
ROHEXBERU CHARLES, cap 

manuf, 311 Pine 
Rosenberg Charles, hair-dresser, 127 7th 
ltOMK\BI]R(ii G A CO hat and 

cap manuf, 311 Pine 
Rosenberg Getz, butcher, 1 Mission Mkt 
Rosenberg Louis, butcher, 3 New Metro- 
politan Market 
Rosenberg May r, hutch r, 519 Franklin 
Rosenberg Samuel S, butcher, Is" W eoi 

Powell and Vallejo 
Rosenblatt Sams >n, stock broker. 313 

Pine 
Rosen blum Daniel, hair-dresser, 504 

Haj n 
Roscnburg Joseph, agent estate M Reese, 

410 Montgomery 
Rosendale A C & Oo (Alexander Innes), 

wholesale fancy goods, 549 Market 
Rosenfeld Abraham, dry goods, 1302 Polk 
Roscnfeld John, wholes*] coal, 810 San 
RO*EXFEI,I> «. m.muf huBesT and 
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Rosengarn H, wines and liquors, 202 Post 
Rosenkrans Louis, dry goods, 252 4th 
Rosen*hine M & Bro (Leopold), whole- 
sale tobacco aad cigars, 604-606 Front 
Rosen-itirn J, physician, 312 Stockton 
Rosen9tock S W & Co (Marion Leven- 
tritt), wholesale boots and shoes, SE 
cor Sansom and Bush 
Rosenthal Adolph, Consul German Em- 
pire, 321 Battery 
Rosenthal B, cigar manuf, 621 Wash 
Rosenthal Bros (M S Rosenthal), dry 

goods, 810 Market 
Rosenthal, Feder & Co (Morris Rosenthal, 
Samuel Feder and Simon Bromber- 
ger), manufs boots and shoes, 33-35 
Battery 
Rosenthal G Mrs, gents' furnishing 

goods 120 6th 
Rosenthal I L & Bro (M Rosenthal), 

boots and shoes, 1326 Polk 
Rosenthal Isaac, boot maker, 202 Pacific 
Rosenthal Joseph, attorney at law, 535 Ca! 
Rosenthal Louis, attorney at law, 419 

Pine 
Rosenthal M, hair-dresser, 225 Dupont 
Rosenthal Marcus, attorney at law, 535 

California 
Rosenthal William, hair-dresser, 12 Jack 
Rosentreter Otto, liquor saloon, S s Lom- 
bard nr Sansom 
Rosenzweig P, boot maker, 1029 Dupont 
Rosett Hotel, SW cor 8th and Brannan 
Ross Alexander, bootmaker, 503 Haves 
ROSS BROS (David and Alexander), 

wood and coal , 313 1st 
Ross Bros (N & G), millinery goods, 938 

Market 
Ross Henry D, lodgings, 622 Market 
Ross J S Rev, pastor Union Square Bap- 
tist Church, res 421 Post- 
Ross Mary Mrs, confectionery, 503 Hayes 
Ross Thomas plumber, 316 Bush 
Ross William H, carriage painter, 21 7th 
Roes William T, teacher elocution, 6 Eddy 
Ross & Hutchinson, contractors, 113 Van 

Ness Ave 
ROSSETER & SMITH(George R 
and J H Rosaeter and Stephen M 
Smith), importers French calf skins, 
manufs boot and shoe uppers and 
wholesale dealers boot and shoe ma- 
chinery, 545 Market 
Roesi A & Co (A Cannipee). coffee sa- 
loon, 521 Commercial 
Rossi Guiseppi, butcher, 515 Broadway 
Rossi Peter, fruits, 608 Kearny 
Rossing & Fitzgerald (Anton Rossingand 
Phillip Fitzgerald), liquor saloon, 409 
Drumm 
ROSSITER JAMES, awning 
manuf and window shades, 104 Fran- 



ROTEIX L.OUIS, fancy and dry 
goods, 110 Seventh 

ROTEXSTEIX ALEXAU- 
])ER, propr Bottle Kaisers Pacific 
Beer Hall, 633-635 Clay 

Rotger & Bischoff (Edward Rotger and 
Henry Bischoff), manuf confection- 
ers, 307 Post 

Roth C, physician, 105£ 5th 

Roth Charles, butcher, SE cor 16th and 
Dolores 

Roth & Co (Joseph Roth, Simon Schee- 
line and Adoiph Roos), wholesale li- 
quors. 214 Pine 

ROTHOHILD J M, attorney at 
law, 315 California 

Fothermel P H. bootmaker, 403 O'Farrell 

Rothermel & Muller (Philip Rothermel 
& Frederick Muller),butcher,702 Bush 

Rothgonger Frederick, carriage factory, 
834 Harrison 

Rothman Henrietta Mrs, varieties, 1513£ 
Dupont 

Rothschild Henry, groceries and liquors, 
NE cor Powell and Ellis 

Rothschild Joseph, attorney at law, 604 
Clay 

ROTHSCHILD & EH REX- 
PFORT (Hugo Rothschild and 
Frederick Ehrenpfort), steam candy 
factorv and wholesale dealers nuts, 
403 Clay 

Rottanzi A, druggist, 301 3rd 

Rottanzi G, wines and liquors, 1027 Mar- 
ket and NE cor Post and Central Ave 

Rottanzi & Buzzini (G Rottanzi and J 
Buzzini), liquor saloon, NW cor Cali- 
fornia and Central Ave 

Roturier & Zaba'dano (Charles Roturier 
and Alexander Zabaldano), druggists, 
SE cor Kearny and Padfie 

Rouard Joseph, groceri s and liquors, 
NW cor Libert v and Townsend 

ROULEAU F A. searcher rec- 
ords, 328 Montgomery 

Round Valley Water Co, 314 Montgomery 

Roundley Charles H & Co (Seymour J 
Fav), cigars, 412 Kearny 

ROUXOEY «& CO (John L), S F, 
Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale 
Express, 1 Commercial 

Rountree and Langland (J O Rountree, 
Jr, and B F Langland), stockbrokers, 
30 Montgomery 

Rountree & McClure (James O Rountree 
and Penuel McClure), wholesale gro- 
ceries, 404 Front 

Roure Joseph, baker, NE cor Union and 
Dupont 

Rourke Bedelia, groceries and liquors, 
SW cor Kearny and Union 

Rnurke Charles, groceries and liquors, 
759 Brvant 



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Rourke John, merchant tailor, 111 Mont 
Rouse Charles S, artist, 6 Eddy 
ROUSE & JLAWS (Wm H Rouse 
and John Laws), commission pro- 
duce merchants, 306 Davis 
Rousset Paul, commission merchant, 619 

Montgomery 
Rovejrno D, coffee saloon, 615 Commercial 
ROVER DIEDRICK, groceries 

and liquors, 1160 Folsom 
Rowan Mary G Mrs, bakery, 1240 Rush 
Rowc August, liquor saloon, SW cor 5th i 

and Brvant 
ROWE EL. A STIC TRUSS CO 

"Walter J Home piopr, 720 Market 
Rowe R H, carpenter, 4 McCormack 
Rowell Charles, physician, 426 Kearny 



Rulon R H Mrs, ladies' nurse, 76? Mission 
Rumetsch J, wines and liquors, NW cor 

Sutter and Dupont 
Runde Christopher H, groceries and li- 
quors, NW cor 18th and Sherman 
Runge Frederick, bootmaker, 1120 Taylor 
Runge Frederick W, groceries and liquors, 

40 3rd 
Runuc G M, groceries and liquors, SW 

c>r Union and Octavia 
Rl.MOX S H, agent Goodyear 

Rubber Co, 577-579 Market 
Rupiiiskv August, liquor Saloon, NW 

cor Pta'.c und Mission 
Ruply & Parker (R Ruply and J M Park- 
er), Japanese goods, 609 Sacramento 
Ruppel Conrad, dairy produce, 30 Grand 
Rowell Joseph Rev, pastor Mariners' Arcade Market and 228 4th 

Church, NE cor Sac and Drumm i Ruppin Herman, stockbroker, 222 Mont 
Rowland E Mrs, physician, 917 Market j Rus<her Joseph, liquor saloon, 163 Jessie 
Roy John A, milk ranch, San Bruno Rush Mendel, clothing, 21 Market 

Road nr 29th Russ A, bootmaker, 671 Howard 

Rov Th & Co, laundrv, 112 Taylor Russ Gustavus A, merchant. 320 Sansom 

Royal Canadian Insurance Co," J R Hamil- ; RUSS HOUSE, S H Seymour ft Co 
* ton. agent 210 Sansom proprs, W s Mont bet Pine and Bush 

Royal Insurance Co, Falkner, Bell & Co Russ, Meyerink & Co (G A Russ, John O 
agents, 430 California Meyerink and Meyer), wholesale 

Royal Mail Steam Packet Co, W Lane fruits, 5£5 Sansom 

Booker agent, 319 California Russell Brothers (R G W and William S), 

Royal Soap Co, 205 Front hair-dressers, 62 2nd 

Royer Herman, belting, etc, 855-861 Bry- [ Russell Edward, liquor saloon, 4 Polk 

ant RUSSEUL. EDWIX, note and loan 

ROYLASCE J, propr San Fran- j broker, 330 Pine 

cisco Brass Works, 45-47 Fremont Russell J B, booimaker, NW cor Dupont 
Roziere Charles, wines and liquors, 21 and Geary 

Stockton Russell Joseph, hats and caps, 136 3rd 

Rozzetto F, wines and liquors, 619 Miss i Russell Nicholas, butcher, 302 Rtale 
Ruddock James W, plumber, 829 Sutter | Russell Patric.t, groceries, 243 Minna 



Rudee Isaac, furn'shing goods, 129 2nd 
Rudkin J A, stockbroker, 423 Calif Oinia \ 
Rudolph A E, butch ^r, 998 Folsom 
RUDOLPH ii & CO (John Rudolph 

and Edward C Walters), importers 

and manufs pianos, 4-6 5th 
RIDOLPH WHLIAX, French. 

Italian and domestic oil dealer, 1567 

Market 
Rudolph & Becker (Charles Rudolph and 



Russell Sarah E Mrs, lodgings, 410 Hear 
Russell Wm F, secretary Russian River 

Land and Lumber Co, 328 Mont 
Russian River Land and Lumber Co, Win 

F Russell secretary, 32^ Montgomery 
Rustemeyer William J, stoves, etc. 8S2C 

Mis ion 
Ruther & Lindwall (Henry Ruther and 

Louis Lindwall), groceries and li 

quors, 525 Vallcjo 



C Becker), wines and liquors, NW Rutherford F A, house-painter, 32 Geary 
cor Dupont and O'Farrell Ruthrauff Alonzo T, passe-partouts and 

Ruebar Charles, physician, 649 Broadway | picture mats, 7H0 Market 
RUED JOHX'C, importer leather Rl'TT<«ER JOSEPH, liquor sa- 

and commission merchant, 34 (.'lay loon, 710 Montgomery 

Rueser Charles, carriagemaker, 335 McAl- Ryan James W, groceries and liquors, 



lister 
Ruf Jacob, bootmaker, 903 Clay 
Ruffino L J & Co (C Bianchi), marble 

works, 970 Bryant 
RUOG S P, physician, 302 Stockton 
Ruggles David W, junk, 310 Jackson 
Ruhl Bros (Henry C and A), liquor im- 
porters, 522 Montgomery 
Rule J W, druggist. NW cor 3rd and How 



BE cor 5th and Minna 
Ryan J B, harnessmaker, 639 Broadway 
Ryan John W, accountant, 2417 Bu- 
chanan 
Ryan Lawrence, auctioneer, 537 Cal 
Ryan Michael, liquor saloon, 818 Howard 
Ryan Peter N Mrs, fan< y goods, 40 4th 
Ryan Thomas, fruits, 19 Ji 
Rvan Thomas, liverv stable. <:if> Ellis 



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Ryder Emily S Miss, portrait-painter, 

26£ Kearny 
Ryder H, bootmaker, 132 Folsom 
Rver Washington M, capitalist, 330 Pine 
Rver William T S, real estate, 330 Pine 
SYHXER CHARLE§, grain and 

commission merchant, 216 Davis 



Saalburg W, propr Hebrew Observer, 622 
Clav 

SABATIE A E A CO (Henry 
Maubec), French importers, shipping 
and commission merchants, 617-619 
Sansom 

Sabatie P G & Co (Philip G Sabatie), 
wholesale liquors, 330 Bush 

Sabin Ferdinand, cigar manufs,802 Mont 

SABIX JOHX I, superintendent 
Gold and Stock Telegraph Co, Amer- 
ican District Telegraph Co and Am- 
erican Speaking Telephone Co, 222 
S3nsom 

Sablatschan J, bootmaker, 810 Laguna 

Sachs L & M & Co (Louis and Martin 
Sachs and William Heller), wholesale 
dry goods, SW cor Batten- and Bush 

Sachs, Strassburger & Co (Samuel Sachs, 
Sigmund and Isaac Strassburger), 
wholesale dry goods, SE cor Sansom 
and Pine 

Sachse Louis, bakery, 315 Stockton 

Sack John C, optician, 18 Market 

Sacramento Boiler Works, J V Hall 
propr, 216 Beale 

Sacramento Hotel, J Riegelhuth propr, 
407 Pacific 

Sacramento River Packing Co,W B Brad- 
ford secretary, 318 Front 

Sacred Heart College, SE cor Eddy and 
Larkin 

Sadler & Co (Caleb Sadler), fancy goods, 
005 Market 

Sa'-lar Frederick, bootmaker, 424 Leav 

Safe Deposit Co, William Cunningham 
secretary, SE cor Cal and Mont 

SAFFOI,I> & MEUX (R B Saf- 
fold and Joseph P Meux), attorneys 
at law, 217 Sansom 

Sage Lewis P, propr Cowells' and Sage's 
Union St Oil Warehouse, NE cor 
Union and Battery 

Sagehorn Hermann, groceries and liquors, 
520 Union 

Sahla Ferdinand J, varieties, 2054 Miss 

Sahnke H G, grocer es and liquors, SE 
cor 16th and Dolores 

Sahrbacher Charles, butcher, 904 Stock 

Sailors' Home, Henry S Tucker superin- 
tendent, cor Main and Harrison 



Sainscot Francis, liquor saloon, NW cor 

Mission and Main 
SALAMAXDER FELTIXG 

CO, Seward Cole manager Pacific 

Branch, 317 California 
Sales W Mrs, dressmaker, 675 Mission 
SAIiFIEL.l> C D, physician, 34 

Kearny 
Salinger Julius, commission merchant 

312 Sacramento 
SAL.L.ES «& CO (Bertran.t Salles 

and E Casten), wholesale aheep 

butchers, 5th Ave bet K and L 
Saloman Edward S, attorney at law, 432 

Montgomery 
Salomon Gustave, watchmaker, 1218 Polk 
Salomon Jacob, moneybroker, 502 Kearny 
Salomon J L, pawnbroker, 622 Kearny 
Salomon X, grocer, 66 Center Market 
Saltz George, bakery. 907 Bryant 
Salva Joseph, hair-dresser, 901 Folsom 
Samisch Robert, porcdain-painter, 2 

Sutter 
Sam.ny George, groceries and :iquors, NE 

cor Tyler and Larkin 
Sample Samuel S, wines and liquors, 211 

Kearny 
Sample & B3yer (Samuel S Sample and 

Wm E C Beyer), liquor saloon, 10-12 

Leidesdorff 
SAMPSON JOS I AH, liquor sa 

loon, 519 Pacific 
Sampson J W, whitener, 926 Post 
Samsreither George, lodgings, 411 Pacific 
Samuel Albert, liquor saloon, 311 5th 
Samuel Harris, tailor. 808 3rd 
Samuel W, tailor, 416 Folsom 
Samuels D, dry goods, 100-108 Kearny 
Samuels Julius, dry goods, 28 Kearny 
Samuels W R G, phvsician, 619 Market 
SAN FRANCISCO ABEX1) 

POST CO, publishers S F Abend 

Post, 535 California 
San Francisco and North Pacific R R Co, 

Arthur Hughes manager, 426 Mont 
San Francisco and Pacific Glass Works, 

Carlton Ne.vman general manager, 

S s King near 4th 
San Francisco Art Association, Jennings 

5 Cox secretary, 430 Pine 

San Francisco Artesian Well and Boring 

Co, 850 Market 
San Francisco Asphaltum Roofing Co, 402 

Montgomery 
San Francisco Benevolent Association, E 

6 Webb bet California and Sac 

San Francisco Box Factory, J G Prescott, 
Hannibal Williams," Willliam S 
Wright and J BCarrick proprs, Berry 
bet 3rd and 4th 
AN FRANCISCO RRASS 
WORKS, J Roylance propr, 45-47 
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SAX FRAXCISCO BILLE- 

TIX CO (L Pickering. G K Fitch 
and J W Simonton). proprs Evening 
Bulletin, XE cor Montgomery and 
Merchant 

SAX FKA\(IS(0 CALL. CO 
(L Pickering, George K Fitch and 
James W Simonton(, propra Motningi 
Call, 525 Montgomery 

San Francisco Candle Co (E-jbert Judson, 
Peter Rand William C Woodman),402 
Front, works XE cor Alameda and ' 
Rhode Island 

SAX FRAXCISCO CHEMI- 
CAL MORRN, Judson & Shep- 
ard proprs, 402 Front 

SAX FRAXISCO CHROXI- 
CLE (The), Charles De foung & Co 
proprs, XE cor Bush and Kearny 

Ban Francisco Clearing House, Charles 
SI eper manager, 21 1 Sansom 

SAX FRAXCISCO CORI>- 
AfciE FACTORY, Tnbba ft Co 
proprs, 611-613 Front 

San Francisco Directory Publishing Co, 
518 Cay 

San Franciseo Female Hospital, Dr C B 
Hutchins, 930 Clay 

San Francisco Furniture Factory (Henry i 
Friedrich and William Gercke), Berrv 
bet 3rd and 4th 

San Francisco Gas Light Co, works Fre- 
mont, Natoma, Howard and Bea'.e, i 
cor King and 2nd, SE cor 5th and ', 
Howard, cor Channel and lotli and 
foot Humboldt, Potrero, office SE cor , 
1st and Natoma 

San Francisco Illustrated Weekly Wasp 
Publishing Co, 802 California 

San Fran isco Iron Works, Schober & 
Sefrin proprs, 203 Fremont 

San Francisco Journal ol Commerce, S F \ 
Journal of Commerce Publishing Co 
proprs, W H Murray manager, 414 
Clay 

San Francisco Last Factory, Leyeque & 
Potter proprs. 10 Stevenson 

SAX FRAXCISCO LAIX- 
DRY ASSOCIATION, S F 
Bufford president, H H Wood s cre- 
tary, 33 Geary 

San Francisco Law Library, George W 
Hoge librarian, 27 Montgomery 
Block 

San Francisco Lying In Hospital and 
Foundling Asylum, 915 Tyler 

San Francisco Manufacturing and Re- 
fining Co, 40^ California 

San Francisco Steam Marble Saw-mill, 

Uu8to Bros proprs, 707 715 Battery 

San Francisco Market, 522- '-HO Clay 
San Francisco Market Review, J II Car- 
monj propr, 409 Washington 



San Francisco Microscopical Society, H C 
Hyde president, 120 Sutter 

SAX FRAXCISCO NEWS CO. 
Emil Bauer manager, Hubert White 
tr usurer, books and periodicals, 413 
Washington 

SAX FRAXCISCO IEW8 
LETTER, Marriott ft Son proprs, 
607-615 Merchant 

SAW FRAXCISCO PETRO- 
liEV.lI CO. L D Rak secretary, 
402 Montgomery 

San Francisco Pioneer Woolen /"act >ry, 
115 Battery 

SAX FRAXCISCO PFXCH, 
Charles S Israel prop, 838 Market 

San Francisco Savings Union, James de 
Fremery president. 532 California 

San Francisc i Society for the Prevention 
of Cruelty to Animals, Xathaniel Bun- 
te • secretary, 614 Merchant 

Sa7i Francisco Soda Works. William 
Bruning propr, 733 Union 

SAX FRAXCISCO STEAM 
■IRISH * ItltOOlI FAC- 
TORY, R W Simpson propr, 325 Sac 

SAX FRAXCISCO STEAM 
PASTE llAXCFAC Tl R- 
IXC* CO. Johannes Hansen propr, 
S\V cor Market and 4th 

San Francisco Steamboat and Transpor- 
tation Co, Jeremiah Miller president, 
Jackson St Wharl 

SAX FRAXCISCO STOCK 
A EXCHAXCwE ROARO, 
Charleo S Neal secretary, -' : >27 Pine 

San Francisco Stock Brewery, William 
Schmidt president, Rudolph Ifohr 
secretary, SE cor Pow and Francisco 

San Francisco Stock Exchange (The), 1> 
F Verdenal propr, 19 Belden 

SAX FRAXCISCO SIRGI 
(AL HOME (female), R Beverly 
Cole A B, M D, M RCS Eng, FOS 
L, Burgeon-in-Chief, W H Mayo M I> 
House Surgeon, 516 Sutter 

San Francisco Telephone Exchange, Sam- 
uel Hubbard agent, 140 Montgomery 

San Francisco Ten cent Parcel Delivery 
Co, 16 Post 

San Francisco Trade Protect! m Associa- 
tion, Harry Pateman manager ,438 Cal 
San Francisco Turn Verein, 323 Turk 

San Fram is CO Verein, William Herrman 
Bbcretary, 219 Sutter and 218 Dupont 

SAX FRAXCISCO EIIC 

FOI'XDRY, J Kiemer propr, 25 

BanOottard Hotel, M Pedrool propr, 627 
629 Broadway 

SAX JOSE'FKl'lT PACK- 
ING CO, li p Busfej & I 

205 Front 



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San Jose Potterv, A Stieger propr 

1316 Market 
San Joaquin and Kings River Canal and 
Irrigation Co, F L Palmer secretary, 
533 Kearny 

«3 | San Jose Woolen Mills, M R Webb pro- \ 
r* \ prietor, 541 Market. 
~ ! San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria Valley : 
R R Co, John O'Farrell manager, 1*0 
Market 
Sanborn A W, carriages and wagons, 24- 

26 Beale 
Sanborn, Vail & Co (B and A J Sanborn 
and A H Vail;, picture frames and 
mouldmgs, 871 Market 
_^j Sanchez F, florist, cor Guerrero and 15th 
C/2 Sanc-en C & Co (A Burmeister), groceries 
and liquors, 1542 Eddy 
Sand Joscpb & Co (Ferdinand Sand), hair- 
dressers, 50 4th 
£^" Sander P F C, attorney at law, 207 San 
pq Sanders — Mrs, dressmaker, 703 Pacific 

Sanders A, poultry, 89-31 Center Market 
£5 Sanders A A, teacher dancing, 71 New 
©> I Montgomery 

- Sander* Charles, groceries and liquors, 
cS i 120 18th 

"3 SAXDERS JOHN P. liquor sa- 
1—1 loon and boarding house, 823 Bat 

^ Sanders k Co (H Sanders and L Dett- 

I man), coppersmiths, 421 Mission 
•r-j Sandersfeld F T, groceries and liquors, 
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Sanderson J, carpenter, 3 Hawthorne 
Sanderson James, propr Belgravia House, 

113SSutte- 
Sanderson Thomas, coal, 16 Drumm 
Sanderson & Bro (S A and E H Sander- 
son), crockerv, glassware, etc, 310- 
312 Battery 
Sanderson & Horn (L A Sanderson, T L 
Horn, J M Pike, J M Ver Mehr and 
J F Millner), man ufs cigars, 327 Front 
Sandman Ernest, liquor saloon, 233 6th 
Sandman Solomon Mrs, dressmaker, 412 

4th 
Sanford A B, steam-fitter, 216 Beale 
Sanguinetti A, fruits, 718 Greenwich 
Sanguinetti Joseph, fruits, 1813 Union 
Sanguinetti Nicholas, hair-dresser, ]512 

Stockton 
Sanguinetti Paolo, bootmaker, 1518t 

Stockton 
Sanguinetti Stefano, wines and liquors, 
526 Broadway 
Jh jSankev C A, mining secretarv, 331 Mont 
j±{ 'Sankey&McMath (J Sankey and J M Mc- 
-§j | Math), house-painters, 192 Jessie 
i Santa Clara Petroleum Co, L B Fisk sec- 
En retarv, 402 Montgomery 
J1J Santa Clara Temperance Hotel, 444 Bran 
5^ .Santa Cruz Island Co, M Tromboni secre- 
{> I tary, 530 Washington 






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Santa Cruz Water Co, A W Bowman 

president, 314 California 
Sarano John, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Gough anri Union 
SARGEXT A A. president Morris 

Pneumatic Manuf Co, 1045 Market 

SARGEXTAAROXA, 310 Pine 

Saroni Louis & Co (Simon Kohn) whole- 1 

sale confectioners, 420 Sacramento i 

Sarret Matthieu, wines and liquors, 1101 

Dupont 
Sarrette Pierre, tailor, 602 Broadway 
Sarscen Edward, restaurant, 814 3rd 
Sarcew Nicholas, wines and liquors, 800 ] 

3rd 
Sarthou Bernard, laundry, 423 Post 
Saitor & Steffani (Joseph Sartor and Hy 
Steffani), wines and liquors, 1107Dup 
Sass A H, liquor saloon, loll Folsom 
SASS EDWARO, groceries and li- 
quors, 715 Natoma 
Sather Peder, banker, NE cor Montgom- 
ery and Commercial 
Saturday Local, C M Sawteile, editor, 320 

Sansom 
Saucelito Land and Ferry Co, C M Hitch- 
cock president, Francis Avery, secre- 
tary, foot of Clay 
Sauer Christian, bakery, 2217 Post 
Saufley William B attorney at law, 202 

Sansom 
SACJL E & CO, carriage factory, 70- 

72 New Montgomery 
;Saul John, confectionery, 314 5th 
Saulman August I. restaurant, 518 Cal 
Saulner John & Co (Paul Laclaverie), 

wholesale liquors, 406 Battery 
Saundcrs J, carpenter, 636 Commercial 
SAVAGE A SOX (R and R H), 
proprs Empire Foundrv, 137-141 Fre 
SAVIXGS AXD IiOAX SOCI- 
ETY, Samuel Cowles, president, 
Cyrus \V Carmany cashier, 6^9 Clay 
•Sawteile Cheston M, editor The Saturday 

Local, 320 Sansom 
Sawteile M P Mrs, phvsician, 126 Kearny 
SAWYER 1I.H », physician, 

302 Stockton * 
Sawyer C M Mrs, clairvoyant, 17 Ellis 
Sawyer Charles L, stockbroker, ( 3i Mar- 
ket 
Sawyer Lorenzo, Judge D S Court, New 
Appraisers Building, NW cor Sansom 
and Washington 
Sawyer Lorenzo S, attorney at law, New 
Appraisers Building, NW cor Sansom 
and Washington 
Sawyer Simeon, propr Sawyer House, NW 

cor Devisadero and Fulton 
Saw ver W D, attorney at law, 622 Clay 
Sawyer & Ball (E D* Sawyer and A E 

Ball), attorneys at law, 502 Mont 
Save Rollin P, live stock, 209 Sansom 



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Savers William F, attorney at law, 214 

Sansom 
8AYKE JOHN H, mining secreta- 
ry, 330 Pine 
SRAKBORO 4k CO (Andrew Sbar- 
boro), importers and dealers groceries 
provisions and liquors, 531 Wash 
SCALMAXIK1 CARLO, native 
wines wholesale and retail, 712 Front 
MAXOIXAVIAX H O II B, 
Henrv Brown propr, 810-814 Batter} 
M AXI)I\AVIA\ HOTEL, 
Swenson & Carl. son propra, 28-3 I 
Clay 
Scanlon John, bootmaker, 546 4th 
Scarry John, carpenter, 22nd bet Mis-ion 

and Bartlett 
Scatting Phillip, oyster saloon, 23 Grand 

Central Market 
Bchade August, boots and shoes, 331 16th 
Schade C P, engraver, 620 Merchant 
Bchaedler Hermann, harnessmaker, 2004 

Mission 
Bcbaeper C Mrs, midwife, 729 Broadway 
Bchaefer Conrad, liquor saloon, 1129 

M'ssion 
Schaer John, liquor saloon, San Bruno 

Koaclnr Precita Ave 
SCHAFfiR 4k CO (John F and 
Herman H Schafcr), importers and 
manure clothing, 11 Montgomery 
Schaffner Carl, stationery, 438£ 3rd ' 
Schaffner F, liquor saloon, 223 Leid 
Schallehn August, boot maker, 515 Bry- 
ant 
Schamme' Henrv, propr California Vine- 
gar Works, 608-610 Lombard 
Scharfenberg Adolph, merchant tailor, 27 

Stockton 
Scharowsky N Mrs, dressmaker, 321 Pow 
Beharpen Peter, liquor saloon, 506 6th 
Schath John, bootmaker, 3 Franklin 
Sched Emma, wines and liquors, NE cor 

Brannan and 8th 
Scheeline C, attorney at law, 302 Mont 
Scheer Henry, buotniaker, 738 Vallejo 
IScheererA, dressmaker, 1209i Polk 
'Scheerer Joseph, carpenter and plumber, 

508-510 Post 
jScheffaucr George, carpenter, SE cor Sut- 
ter and Powell 
Scheggia Charles, propr Federal Hotel, 6 
Virginia Block, and wines and liquors, 
1138 Dupont 
Schehr William, tailor, 610 Mont Ave 
Scheile Ferdinand, cigar factory, 028 

Bacramento 
I Scheile Frederick, provisions, 1829 Dap 
Schellenbcrger A, tailor, 10 Stockton 

Place 
Schemel H, artist, 6 Eddy 
Scheper Andreas, groceries and liquor*, 
N\v cor Pine and Broderlck 



SCIIKPKR CA RSTKX, groceries 

and liquors, 221 15th cor Capp 
Scheper J H. liquor saloon, NE cor Bcale 

and Bryant 
Scheper John H, groceries and liquor3, 

1540 Clay 
Scheper Joseph, groceries and liquors, 

SK cor 5th and Berry 
Bcheppler William, jeweler, 24 Post 
Schorr, Bach A Lux (Ferdinand Seherr, 
Charles Bach and Frank A Lux), 
wholesale h"ps and brewers materials 
and proprs 1'ionecr Malt Soul 
Sacramento 
Scheurer Charles, merchant tailor, 147 

4th 
Schieble George, carpenter, 710 Green 
Schieffer Charles H, leather and shoe find- 
ings, 234 Bu^h 
Schimp 1) V Mrs, lodgings, 112 Kearny 
Bchimpt Lena Mrs, bakery, 1011 Powell 
Schinabel C, dressmaker, 109£ Ellis 
Schmsel August H, liquor saloon, 215 6th 
Schirmeier Fred, locksmith. 785 Folsom 
8CHIR1ES B, contractor and 
manuf iron stone and cement pipe, 
502 Kearny 
Schlaberg & Bro (Frank and Charles), ci- 

gar nianufs, -'-il 1 Fine 
SCHLECHTW£« CHARLES 

groceries and liquors, 1721 Howard 
Schl ef John, groceries and iiquors, 815 

Jackson 
Schleiden & Bcboll (J F Schleideo and 
Frank W F Scholl) Custom House 
brokers, 418 Battery 
Schlesselmann John H, groceries and liq- 

uors, cor Turk & Fillmore 
SCHLKWECK m, manager Cos- 
mopolitan B er Hall. 7 Merchants' 
Exchange 
Schlichtcr Philp, dry goods, 62-M 4th 
Schlichting Henry F, groceries and liq- 
uors, NE > or Bryant and 5th 
Schlieker Henry, liquor saloon, 717 Davis 
Schlob Fritz, liquor saloon, 572 Folsom 
SCHLOSM BKN A CO, 

and wines, 1028 I>arkin 
Schloss S, dry goods, 241 6th 
Sehleuter \ VOlberg (BdH Schleuter and 

< baa Volberg), carpets and oilcloths, 
and upholster; (roods, 709 Market 
SCH LUTKH DAXIKL, liquors*- 

loon, 508 I>a\is 
Schluter J H, groceries and liquors, N 1 ', 
cor 2nd and Howar l 

Schluter S F Mrs. dressmaker. 2081 Mi>- 

Bchmaltlen <; liquor saloon, 121 4th 
Schinidl Anton, bootmaker, 808 Jackson 
Schmidt Anna Mme, fortune teller, 1205 

Polk 
Schmidt C H, wines ami HojOi 

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Schmidt Charles, wines and liquors, SE 

cor Merchant and Kearny 
Schmidt E Mrs, dressmaker, 734 Howard 
Schmidt E 0, physician, 745 Market 
Schmidt Frederick E, wines and liquors, 

SW cor Sutter and Powell 
Schmidt Henry, cigars, 800 Kearny 
Schmidt Hubert, wines and liquors, 312 

Montgomery Ave 
Schmidt H W & Bro (Charles P). drug- 
gists, SE cor Kearny and Sacramento 
Schmidt John, stockbroker, 312 Pine 
Schmidt John C, cigars, 427 East 
Schmidt John F, cigarmaker, 205 Bush 
, Schmidt Joseph, dry goods, 1303 Dup 
Schmidt Julius H, cigars, 1317 Stockton 
Schmidt M ft Co, lithographers. 411 Clay 
Schmidt P R, architect, 103 Post 
Schmidt YV, liquor saloon, cor Mission 

and 10th 
Schmidt William, president San Francisco 

Stock Brewery, 1218 Powell 
Schmidt & Butler (Charles bchmidt and 

Charles Butler;, propre St Ann's Rest, 

NW cor Powell and Eddy 
Schmidt ft Co (Henry Schmidt), butcher, 

1"01 Leavenworth 
SCHXIDTA FRETZ'Ignatz 

Schmidt and F H Fretz), pickle 

manufs, 119 Commer rial 
iSCHMITS WILLIAM candy 

manuf, 323 Broadway 
I Schmitt E M Mrs, hair work, 417 Sutter 
Sehmitt F A, hair-dreader, 403 Dupont 
i Schmitt George, wines and liquors, 920- 

922 Market 
Schmitt Joseph L <5c Co (Charles A and 

Maurice Schmidt), sto .-k and exchange 

brokers 6 Merchants' Exchange 
Schmitters & Meier (D Schmitters and 

F Meier;, wines and liquors and bowl- 
ing alley, 220 Dup >nt 
Schmitz Francis, machinist, r i49 5th 
Schmitz John P, wines and liquors, 1032 

Market 
Schrimlz William, mathematical instru- 
ment maker, 420 Montgomery 
Schneider B, liquor salo m, SE eor Clay 

and Montgomery 
Schneider Christina Mrs, midwife, 430 

Union 
Schneider Frederick G, locksmith, 512 

Hayes 
Schneider G, wines and liquors, 112"> Dup 
Schneider Henry, bootmaker, B G Union 
Schneider Jacob, bakerv, 115 Uak 
S(H\EII)KR J M, propr Railroad 

H rose, 1314 Polk 
Schneider John, fruits, 1705 Polk 
Schneider Julia Mrs, teacher music, 505 

O'Farrell 
Schneider R, butcher, 45 Grand Arcade 

Market 



Schneider W H, guns, rifles, etc, 25 Geary 

! Schnibbe Christopher, groceries and liq- ] 

uors, XE cor 13th and Mission 

Schnittger Bros ^Martin and Henry), gro- 
ceries and liquors, SE cor Ciay and 
Fillmore 

SCH\ITZER JACOB, cigars and 
tobacco, 312 4th 

Schnoor Christian H, locksmith, 219 6th | 
! Schnutenhaus Leonard J F, propr Golden ; 

Gate Hotel 
j Schober & Sefrin (F Schober and F Sefrin), 
propr San Francisco Iron Works, 203 
Fremont 

Schodel Henry, blackomith, cor 5th and 
Railroad Aves 

Schoefft August, artist, 120 Sutter 

Schoellhora E Mrs, midwife, 1528 Stock 

Schoellhorn Ferdinand, tailor, 1528 Stock 

Schoen Louis L, hair-dresser, 1250 Mar- 
ket 

SCHOEXKEKG GEORGEI 
«Sfc CO, manufs and deaiers metals, 
515 Commercial 

Schoene Herman, photographer, NE cor 
Montgomery Ave and Filbert 

SCHOE\EMAX F, gunmaker, im- 
porter of guns, cutlery, rifles, fishing 
tackle &c, 517 Kearny 

Schoenfeld Adolph, gents* furnishing 
goods, 14 6th 

Schoenfeld E & Bro (Solomon and Leo- 
pold), drv goods ftc, 515 Haves and 
2090 Fillmore 

Schoenfeld Jacob, wholesale butcher, 331 
Kearny 

Schoenfeld Jonas, wholesale tobacco and 

cigars, 423-425 Jackson 
' Schoenfeld S, cigars, 20 Powell 

Schoenfeld & Heyman (I and B Schoen- 
feld and B Herman), furniture, 749 
Market 
| Schoenholz Bro.- & Co (Siginund and Saul 
Schoenhol7, Herman Elsbach and 
Samuel Bibo), dry goods, 1913 Fill- 
more and 110-112*6th 

Schoenlicht John, fruits, 1009i- Folsom 

Schoenstein Ferdinand B, manuf orches- 
trians and machinist, 511 Fulton 

SchoenwalJ Albert, hair-dresser, 2209 
Geary 

Schoen wald Otto, hair-dresscr, 127A 2nd 
I Sch >fer Frederick, artist, 432 Mont" 

Schofeid Charles, trainer, 115 Jessie 

HCHOFIELI) L. ii, secretary C , n - 
tinental Oil and Transportation Co, 
120 Front 

Schohay A, watchmaker, S02£ Hayes 

Schohay & Miller (A Schohay and J F 
Miller), real estate and insurance 
agents, 302^ Hayes 

Scholle Anton}-, groceries and liquors, 
23 I Turk 



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SchoHe Br. .the s William. Abraham and 
Jacob), capitalist-*, 330 Pine 

SCHOLLEA LWKEKSH1H 
(Wm SchoUe and bue Lanker>hini), 
proprs Union Warehone . IfW r 
Union and Battery 

Schonibcrg William, upholsterer 
u'Farrell and KaaoB 

Schouewald George, manager Lick House. 
SW eat M :.t_- inery and Si::" 

Bcbonfelder John, wines and liquors, 
1113 Dupont 

Schonwasser B k Co (Max Davis), ladies' 
furn bI z I ■ --""ny 

School oi Design, Yirgi] Williams direc- 
tor, 430 P.ne 

SchorteiiH-ier H H. gi oo aiea and HqnoiB, 
I 'alifornia 

Bcbott Charles, groceries and liq\ 
Brannan 

SCHOTTLER AXTOXE 
ceries and provisions. 1108 Mont 

Schottler Hermann. ha;r -dm 
and 3001 M>- 

ICHOTTLBI JOSEPH F. real 
estate and business br 
gomery 

Schrader Jacob, butch r. SE cor Point 
Lobos Ave and O -llins 

Schraubstadter Wilheim, pianos, i 

Schrauter Louisa Mrs, midwife, I 

Schreiber Diedrich H. groceries and liq- 
uors, 155 Natonia 

Schreiber Herman, butcher. SW r If 
and Hartford 

SCHREIBER JOHX. general 
business hroker, t>33 MW 
M tgomery 

Schreider Henry, groceries and liquors, 
Qongfa 

Schreider Hermann, groceries and liq- 
uors. 300 Fell 

Schroder C, g iocari w and liquors, 5^9 
Franklin 

Schroder Henry & Co (Bernard Bert. 
Eugene Thomas, Adolph Carrire and 
Mrs E Schroder), wholesale liquors 
and agents Bordeaux Board of I'n- 
derwi iters, 433 Battery 

Schroder Hermann, groceries and liq- 
uors. 1301 Webster 

Schroder John F.._r iquors. 

SB cor B acgam ento and Prumm 

St HROHER JOHX 11. groceries 
and liquors, 330 Vallejo 

Schroder John H, groceries and liquors. 
NW r Geary and Buchanan 

Schroder A Albrecht (Henry - 
and 
forma Candy Fa - ttery 

Schroder A C"iin •' 

and John B Conn), lion 
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Schroder £ M - - -:er and; 

.id liq-' 
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BCBKODD m «»\K\(.KK 

(Charles Schroder and Julrm - 

gerl. restaurajit and bqnor saloon. 
Baal 
Schroeder F, manager Free La 

chan. Parrel] 

Schroeder William J H. »r -.vr:^ .:. 

l'quors, 117 2nd 
8 < II R O E I> E R A CO 

Schroeder), boot maker ar. 

man " j^atent ^ait- 

ward 
Schroeder A ' - hroeder 

and John H . urn, &c. 

1«19 Fdd> 
S«.hr' ed( r ft G - and A 

Schroeder). fresco pai* I 

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Schroth Jnhni i 

Schroth i WeafeffeM (Charles - 
and I 

rest;-. 
Schubert Aagnat, groceries, HTW 

and Howard 
Schubir.-. - :rnishing gooda 

4th 
S(HKK E A < O V 

meat ma: - m 

Schuck ■ Witte (Henry Schuck and Her- 
mann Witte), hair^drts- 
Schuer. - ^4th 

Schulut Hermann, groceries and 

- rd 
Schulken Brothers (John and 
grocer - 

- and liquors, 
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- A. monev broker. 209 Sansom 
Schult J H. re-taiirant. 1 
SCHILTE BHIKT, 

f.-rnia l-re\urv. Serpentine Ave bet 
Bryant and Brannan 
Schulte John, ligars, 214 Brannan 
Schulte wood, coal. 

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Schulthei- Ht.:.r\ . •groceries and liquors, 

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Schultz Martin, teacher mus 

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Schultz William, groceries and liquors, 
500 1st 

Schultz & Kock (William Schultz and 
Peter Kock), liquor saloon, 699 Davis 

SCHULTZ «& VOX BAROEX 
CGeorge Schultz and Henry Von Bar- 
gen), wholesale wines and liquors, SE 
cor Fxont and California 

Schultze Emil, engraver, 321 California 

SCHULTZE L.OU1S, liquor sa- 
loon, SE cor Lombard and Sansom 

SCHULZ PETER, cigars and to- 
bocco, 110 Market 

Schulz & Co (Ju'ius Schulz and John 
Kucking), bakery, NE cor Union and 
Mason 

SCHULZ & FISCHER (William 
Schulz and Emil A Fischer), manuf 
sterling silverware and importers 
siher plated ware and fine cutlery, 
513 Market 

Schulz St Mayer, (William Schultz and 
J T Mayer), carriage makers, 770 
Mission 

Schulze Gustave, liquor saloon, 314 Hayes 

Schumacher E A, groceries and liquors, 
SW cor 19th and Mission 

Schumacher E'ise Mme, dressmaker, 502 
O'Farrell 

Schumacher F, wines and liquors, 44 
Steuait 

Schumacher & Wilkin s (August Schu- 
macher and Ferdinand Wilkins), 
groceri s and liquors, 1003 Valencia 

Schuman E G, dairy produce. 37 Centre 
Market 

SCHUMAXX JL, pioneer meer- 
schaum pipe manuf, 341 Kearny 

Schunemann Henry, groeer'es and liq- 
uors, 318 5th 

Schuppert Adam L, stoves, plumbing, 
&c, 1206 Pacific 

Schuppert Charles Theo,liquor saloon, 547 
California 

Schussler Christian, hatter, 208 Mont- 
gomery Ave 

Schussler Herman, chief engineer Spring 
Valley Water Works, 516 California 

Schussler Louis C, butcher, 1343 Dupont 

SCHUSTER RROS (Joseph S and 
John), stoves and tinware, and Mann's 
patent chimney, 306 Sutter 

Schutte John H, grc>ceries and liquors, 
1000 Battery 

SCHUUK EDWARD J, Mechan 
ics' Restaurant, SW cor Montgomery 
Ave and Kearnv 

SCHWAB & RREESE (Joseph 
Schwab and Joseph C Breese), artists 
material, pictures, frames, paint- 
ings, etc, 624 Market 

Schwabacher Bros (Louis, Abraham and 
S'lrinund), merchants, 117 Pine 



; Schwamm & Ludwig (Mathaus Schwamm 

and Adam Ludwig), sausage manuf, 

3 Stockton 
I Schwan Charles, bakery, 920 Harrison 
J Schwan Frank, harness-maker, 934 Fo] 
Schwartz Bernard, merchant (Lemoore 

and Grangevill ), 13-15 Battery 
Schwartz C Mrs, dressmaker, 523 O'Far- 

rell 
Schwartz C &Co(R Husingand A Meyer), 

wines and liquors, 1 Market 
SCHWARTZ CHARLES, com- 
mission merchant, 424 Sansom 
Schwartz Conrad, dairy produce, 532 6th 
' Schwartz Henry, cigars, 133 and 329 Mont 

gom ry 
Schwartz K, clothing, 213 Folsom 
Schwartz M Mrs, nurse, 908 Pine 
| Schwartz Mitchell, clothing, 104 3rd 
Schwartz Samuel, hair-dresser, SE cor 

Sacramento and Kearny 
Schwartz Samuel, tailor, 713 Pacific 
Schwartz William, cigars, 51 Sacramento 
Schwartz & Husing (Claus Schwartz and 

Ratye Husing), groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Mission and 18th 
Schwarz Charles, wines and Fquors, 

cor Pow 11 and Vandewater 
Schwarz Joseph, propr North Beach 

Brewery NE cor Powell and Chestnut 
Schwarzmann Gustave, teacher vocal 

music, 624 Post 
SCHWEHT AUGUST F W, 

liquor saloon, SE cor Washington 

and Drumm 
Schwegerle J & Co (Edward Young), pro- 
duce merchans, 549 4th 
Schweinle Louis, tailor, 34 Eddy 
Schweitzer C F, native wines, 406 Fran- 
cisco 
Schweitzer Francis M, bakery, 807 Val 
Schweitzer J & Co (L Blum and Isaac 

Lew), butchers, 16-20 Clay Street 

Market 
Schweitzer Jacob, tailor, 329^ 16th 
Schweitzer, Sachs & Co (Bcrnhard 

Schweitzer, Samuel Sachs and Louis 

Stiefel), wholesale fancy goods, 25 

Battery 
Schweitzer & Bro (Sand J), proprs Eureka 

Brewery, 235 Front 
Schwerdt & Adler (Peter Schwerdt and 

Leopold Adler), boots and shoes, 22 

6th 
Schwcrin Charles, liquor saloon, 632 4th 
Schwerin H W, baker. 1129 Dupont 
Schworm Michael, hair-dress. r, 1100^ 

Stockton 
Sciallero Mrs, artificial flowers, 343 

Kearnv 

Scode'etti E L A, watchmaker, 423 Wash 
Scollay William A, wines and liquors 

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Miller ..V Hi .hard proprs, J J Palmer 
manager, 529 Commercial 
Scotchler & Gibbs (John .1 S • >tchler and 
Charles E Gibbs), commission mer- 
chants, 318 Front 
Scott Edward, liqinr saloon, 10?> Steuart 
Scott Eliza Mrs, bakery, 1104 Montgomery 
Scott E W & Co, mining, 137 Montgomery 
Scott Floience -J Miss, electro-therapeu- 

tics, 636 Post 
Scott Floyd R, coffee saloon, 509 Wash 
Scott Henrv & Co (Edward McSwegan), 

booksellers, 118 4th 
Scott HHx <'o (Tod Robinson),, stock- 
brokers, 307 Montgomery 
Scott James C, bookseller, 22 3rd 
Scott J G, physician, 838 Market 
Scott John, physician, 816 Sutter 
Scott W A Rev, pascor St John's Presby- 
terian Church, res 521 Post 
Scott & McCord (A W Scott and John 
McCord), wholesale hay and grain, 
Pier 21 Steuart 
Scottish Commercial Insurance Co (Glas- 
gow, Scotland), Blair, Van Tassel & 
Co agents, 216 Sansom 
Scoville J J, mining secretary, 59 Nevada 

Block 
Scow C G, fruits, 2013 Mission 
Scripture Henry D, attorney at law, 323 

California 
Scrivener Arthur, manager London and 

San Francisco Bank, 424 Califonva 
Scrivener J J, attorney at law, 1 Mont- 
gomery Block 
SCULLY JEREMIAH, groceries 

and liquors, 1313 Sansom 
Scully NV»ra Miss, human hair, 1021 Lark'n 
Sea Insurance Co (limited), Liverpool, 
Rodgers, Mever & Co agents, 212 Bat 
SEA WALL HOTEL, James Kir- 
wan manager, cor Kearny and Bay 
Seaders John H, stationery, 603 Davis 
Scaly Charles, cooper, 8 Mission 
Seaman George M, superintendent Ana- 
tomical Museum, 9 Hardie Place 
Seamans Job M, watchmaker and opti- 
cian, 207 Montgomery 
Searby William M, druggist, 869 Market 
Searle A C, attornev at law, 502 Mont 
SEA RLE JOIIV California sherry 

wine manuf, 434 Jackson 
Searlts & Stone (Robert Searlcs and Chas 
B Stone), commission merchants and 
agenr^ Humboldt 8 8 C ., 22 Cal 
atherine, bakery, 1155 Howard 
SEARS WILLIAM II. attorney 

at law, ?,'4 Pine 
SEATTLE COAL A TRANS- 
PORTATION CO. < 
Bode pros, A K ('lurk Bee, 34 Market 
Seaw •!! James M, attorni j at Law,509 Rear 



SECURITY IXSIRA\(K CO 

(New Haven, Conn), Oliver Hawes 
general agent, 403 California 
Security Savings Bank, Winfield S Jones 

secretary, 215 Sansom 
Sedgeley Joseph, wool puller, 533 Kearny 
Sedgwick John, stockbroker, 317 Mont 
Seeba Henry, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor 28tb and Bartlett 
Seebeck E E, groceries and liquors, 1101 

Scott 
Seeby Annie Mrs, bakery, 10 Folsom 
SEEI»ER A, groceries and liquors, 

r Bush and Powell 
Seeley Charles M, physician, 1105 Powell 
Seeley F Edward, dentist, 1105 Powell 
SeeligHobn Abe, editor J. wish Progress, 

313 Kearny 
Seeligsohn & Co (M Seeligsohn and A 
Blumenthal), clothing, 840 Market 
and dry goods, 1583rd and 33<5 Hayes 
Secly Albert, cigars and tobacco, 23 2nd 
Seferovic Triphon, coffee saloon, 827 Mar- 
ket 
Sefrin & Schober (J F Sefrin and F Scho- 
bcr),propr8 San Francisco Ironworks. 
203 Fremont 
SEC; ARS URIAH, sash, blind and 

door manuf, 160 Main 
Segelcke William F E, cigars, 1138 Mar- 
ket 
Se'gelke Adolph, propr Astor House, 509 

Broadway 
Seibel Philip, butcher, 2 Clay St Central 

Market 
SEIRERLICH A SOXS (F X 
and T W), manuf boots and shoes, 32 
2nd 
Seibert Charles, cigars, 24 Steuart 
Seidel Frederick E, soap manuf, E s San 

Bruno Road nr 29th 
Seidel William, cigar manuf, 17£ 4th 
Seidl Joseph, candy manuf, 754 Market 
Seifert Charles, restaurant, 14 Steuart 
Seifert Morritz, bootmaker, 9S6 Harrison 
Seiler Morris, tailor, 7 7 Howard 
Seiner John, cigar factory, 1805 Powell 
Seipel Charles, butcher, 2302 Mission 
Seipel Conrad, liquor saloon, cor Mission 

and Erie 
Scitz John, wines and liquors, Berry nr 

4th 
Selby Smelting ft Lead Co, Prentiss Selby, 

Manager, 4J<; Montgomery 
SELRV THOJIAS H, mining en- 
gineer, 32 Merchants' Exchange 
SELBY THOMAS II A CO 
(HenryS Austin, Edward II Hammer, 
. Man-on h Phelps and Mrs Henrietta 
g 3< Iby, special partner), Importers 
metals an i hardware, [umber and 
. and agents for Hasard'b Powder, 
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Selig Abraham, crockery, etc, 3 4th 
Selig Isaac, gents' furnishing goods, 218 

Kearny 
Selig M, wholesale butcher, 331 Kearny 
Selig Max, wines and liquors, NW cor 

Bush and Sansom 
Selig Moses, wholesale cattle butcher, 331 

Kearnv 
SEIilO SA3HEL A , hair-dresser, 

903 Market 
Selig & Newman (Seligman Selig and 

Henrv Newman), wholesale millinery 

goods, 18 Sutter 
I Seligman M, attorney at law, 511 Mont- 
gomery 
Selk Charles, groceries and liquors, 254 

Jessie 
Selleck Jacob, drv goods and boots, 234 

6th 
! Selleck Silas, mining agent, 240 Mont 
jSel ers J C, whitener, 6 O'Farrell 
Sellinger Frank, wi es and liquors, 615 

Pacific 
,Selna Matilda Mrs & Co, dressmaker, 704 

Broadway 
SELZER EDWARD, druggist 

and apothecary, 331 East 
;Semlar Annie Mrs, liquor saloon, NE cor 

Greenwich and Baker 
Semler Hertha Mrs, Kindergarten, 717 

Turk 
IStmour Samuel, paper warehouse, 469 

Tehama 
I Senderling John C, agent Baker's Rotary 

Blower, 51 Fremont 
jSengstacken Peter, liquor saloon, SE cor 

Mi yion and Fremont 
(Sennett J & Co, stevedores, 317 Cal 
Sephton John, groceries and liquors, 543 

Howard 
SERE<;XI FULGEXZIO, de- 

signer and importer monuments, 24 

Post 
SERIGHELLl S. watchmaker and 

jeweler, inventor of automatic clock 

and expansion pullev, 219 Mont Ave 
Servel Firnan, florist, 105 6th 
Sesnon William T, attorney at law, 207 

Sansom 
Seth Thomas Clock Co, H Molineux man- 
ager, 132 Sutter 
SEITERT FRANCIS A, butch- 
er, 488 8th and 1604 Polk 
Severance A J, breeder merino sheep, 320 

Sansom 
Severance H W, commission agent and 

consul Hawaii, 316 California 
Severance H W & Co (O Guy), coffee sa- 
loon, 612 Montgomery 
Severance J G, attorney at law, 502 Mont 

gomery 
Seydel Ernest, liquor saloon, 428 Sansom 
Seymour L P Mrs, dressmaker, 713 Bush 



Seymour S H & Co (Simon H Seymour 

and I D Barnard), proprs Russ House. 

W s Montgomery bet Pine and Bush 
Seymour William H, wholesale shirts, 

etc, 126 Kearny 
Shaber J A & W R, furniture, 707 Market 
Shadburne George D, attorney at law, 

623 Montgomery 
Shaddock Thomas, pictures and picture- 
frames, 119 6th 
Shade C, liquor saloon, 506 Clay 
Shaeffer J W & Co (Julius Kraemer), 

manufs cigars, 321-323 Sacramento 
SHAEX AAROX, hair-dresser, 321 

Bu.,h 
Shaffnev C H, hair-dresser, 2115i Fill 
Shatter James McM, attorney at law, 13 

Montgomery BIock 
Shainwald Brothers (Ralph L and Her- 
man), Merchants Credit Bureau, 123 

California 
Shanabrook & Hcrrick (I L Shanabrook 

and E Herrick), house-paintors, 239 

8th 
SHAXKLAXD JAJIES H, at- 
torney at law. 123 California 
i Shannon John, attorney at law, 320 San 
1 Shannon John, groceries and liquors, 437 

Grove 
SHAXXOX THOMAS B. collec 

tor Port, San Francisco Custom-house 
Sharkey James M, physician, 634 Wash 
i Sharon William, capitalist, 305 Sansom 
Sharp G F & Wm H, attorneys at law, 

409 California 
Sharp Louis H, attorney at law, 213 San 
Sharp William T, pianos and piano-tuner, 

825 Market 
Sharpe M Mrs, teacher music, 1036 Jack 
: Shattuck & Davega (M Shattuck and B F 

Davega). furniture, 118 5th 
SHATTUCK & FLETCHER 

(Edmund J Shattuck and Horace 

Fletcher), manufs printing inks, 

printers rollers and composition, 

520 Commercial 
Shaw Charles N, mining secretary, 408 

California 
Shaw Eliza Mrs, ladies' nurse, 427 4th 
Shaw Henry B, druggist, NE cor Sutter 

and Powell 
Shaw Marv Mrs, bakerv. 254 4th 
SHAW* STEPHEX W, portrait 

painter, 120 Sutter 
Shaw Wi ham E, carriagemaker, 1621 

Market 
Shaw ft Sharp (W A Shaw and J H Sharp), 

wholesale coal, 10 Fremont 
Shawl C, agent Remington and St John 

Sewing Maehim.s, 30 2nd 
Shawmut Insurance Co (Boston, Mass), 

Jacob, ft Ea-ton, agents, 216 San 
Shav B J, real estate airent, 222 Mont 



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JKEE (James Shea, A Bocqueraz 
and R McKee), importers and jobbers 
wines and liquors, SW cor Front and 
Jackson 

Shea C, groceries and liquors, 240 Minna 

Shea Maryaret Mrs, fruits, 128 1st 

SHEA MICHAEL., books and sta- 
tionery, 805 Market 

SHEA TIMOTHY M. groceries 
and liquors, 1116 Bryant 

Shear Mary Mrs, mil liner v, 24 2nd 

SHEAR WALDHOX, propr Hy- 
dro Pneumatic Steam Power Laun- 
dry, 109 15th 

Shearer Louis, attorney at law, 217 San 

Shed Charles D, landscape painter, 10 
California 

Sheehan Daniel, fruits, 1101 Folsom 

Sheehan John, liquor saloon, cor Green- ' 
with' and Brodcrick 

Sheehan Joseph, wines and liquors, 406 
Market 

Sheehan Morris, boots and shoes, 360 3rd 

Sheehan Patrick, butcher, 1018 Alabama! 

SHEEHY A HAYES < W J Sheehy 
and Daniel P Hayes), wood and coal, ' 
5 Oak Grove Ave 

SHEERIX DAXIEL, marble and| 
granite, cor Broderick and Ellis 

Sheffield, Spaulding & Patterson (C P 
Sheffield, N W Spaulding and J Pat- 
terson), proprs Pacific Saw Manufac- 
turing Co, 17-19 Fremont 

Shelton Francis, carpet cleaner, 1718 
Stockton 

Shemanski H, ladies' cloaks and suits, i 
1102 Stockton 

Shepard Bros (William and James), plumb- i 
ers, 704 Mission 

Shepard E A, moneybroker, 501 Mont 

Shepard Mark, mining, 310 Pine 

Shephard Emma Mrs, liquor saloon, 102 
Steuart 

SHEPHARD A CO (Miss Carrie 
Shephard;, importers of human hair 
and ladies' hair-dresser, 8 Stockton 
near Market 

Shepherd John E, agent State Board of 
Immigration Oregon, 504 Battery 

Sheplar S H & Co, rubber stamps, etc, 
702 Market 

Shepman William E, gold and silver] 
plater, 769 Market 

Shepsten John, milkman, 13 26th 

SHERIOAX THOMAS, trainer,! 
1053 Howard 

Sherman David, plumber, S07 Valencia 

Sherman, Hyde «te Co (L S Sherman, F A , 
Hyde and C CClay), music and muii- 
cal instruments, SW car Kearny and 
Sutter 

Sherman W B. cabinetmaker, 408 Folsom 



Nil I It WOO I> ROBERT, capi- 
talist, 309 California 
Shew Myron, dress patterns, lo9 Dupont 
Shew William, photographer, 115 Kearny 
Sheyer Bros (Sally and Marcus), whole- 
sale dry (roods, 103 Sansom 
Sheyer J Mrs, ladies' underwear, 827 Pac 
Sh:an Margaret, fancy goods, 956 Howard 
Shields J Mrs, millinery, 907 Market 
Shields Richard H, Karnessmaker, 5306tb 
Shiels William, real estate, 314 Bush 
Shillaber L & Co (A Seymour), fruits, 268 

1st 
Shilling Joseph, tailor, 1046 Folsom 
Shiner K Mrs, bakery, 203 2nd 
Shinkevan John, liquor saloon, 1035 Fol 
Shippers' Guide (The), Bagot & Hebb 

publishers, 51S Clav 
Shirek R & Co, dry goods, 1125 Stockton 
Shires William, glove manuf, 516 Pine 
Sh.rley J Mrs, dressmaker, 167 9th 
Bhirpeer Isidor, real estate. 208 Mont 
Shloss Alexander, stationery, 1922 How 
Shoal Water Bay Oyster Co", .Viles S Gris- 

wold agent, 89 California Market 
Shoemaker Abraham, stationery, 2629 

Mission 
Shoenberg & Co (H Shoenberg and S 
Bruml), proprs Pacific Glove Works, 
511 Market 
Shogren E Rev, pastor Scandanas ian M E 

Church, res. 928 Harrison 
Shohay Frank, groceries and liquors, 920 

Pacific 
Shorb J Campbell, physician, 407 Post 
Short D M, livery stable, 2414 California 
Short G R, japanner, 240 Fremont 
Short „• ichael, merchant tailor, 411 Mont- 
gomery and 311 Pine 
Short Peter & Co, merchant tailors, 20 

Montgomery 
Shortt L H, civil engineer, 120 Sutter 
Shotwell Joseph M, stockbroker, 324 

Montgomery 
Shourds Theresa Mrs, dressmaker, 17o7 Sac 
Showers Andrew, photographer, 402 Rear 
Shrader A J, wholesale cattle butcher, 

333 Montgomery 
Shrader Jacob, butcher, 1621 Devisadero 
Shrakkart Charles, liquor saloon, 71? Bry- 
ant 
Shreve George C & Co (George Bonny), 
diamonds, jewelrj and silverware, 110 
Montgomery 
SHREYE <. IOIK. E W, Importer 
fire arms and sporting goods, 214 
Bush 
Shrewsbury William W, liquor saloon, 114 

4th 

Shrier E & F(Elkan ami Frank), clothing, 
201 Montgomery 

Shuck Oscar K, attorney at law, 24 Mont- 
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rnanufs, 2764 Mission 
SHITE PEMBROKE T 

lishcrs agent, 120 Sutter 
IShute Daniel S, carriage manuf, 111 

O'Farrell 
Shwetzer Abe, hair-dresser, 329 16th 
jShvne James G, butcher, 339 4th 
S1CHEL MORRISfGeor?e Daw- 
son & Co), 321 California 



cigar SIIiCK A\DREW, propr Xorth 
Pacific Boarding and Sale Stables, 
15 Washington 
SILES1AX FIRE IX SIR- 

AXCE CO. Esche & Jacoby agents, 

411 California 
j Silva Antonio, hair-dresser, 1231 Dup 
Silva Joaquin, bootmaker, 115 Jackson 
Silva Joseph T, photographer, 28 3rd 
Silva Manuel, hair-dresser, 141U Stock 



Michel & Richards (Max Sichel and C W Silva M J, hair-dresser, 112 1st 

Richards), dentists, 103 Post Silver Frank, wines and liquors, 644 Pac 

• Sickcls Charles, coffee saloon, 302 Dup I Silver M, carpenter, N s Turk bet De- 
Sickler & Johnson (J L Sickler and Peter' visadero and Broderick 

Johnson), groceries and liquors, 135 Siberia Joseph V, hair-dresser, 518 4th 

2nd Silverberg Simon, wholesale sheep butch- 

jSicotte Roger, carriagemaker, 856 How er, 5th Ave near Railroad Ave 

Sideman A, manuf cigars, 635 Ciay Silverberg Simon, wholesale butcher, 320 

!Siebe Ludwig, groceries and liquors, 133 Sansom and 5th Ave nr Railroad Ave 

4th I Silverman David, jeweler, 620 Merchant 

Siebenhauer L & Co (J Meyerfeld), manu's j Silverman Joseph, fancy goods, 222 3rd 

cigars, 318 Sacramento ' Silverstein Elias, locksmith, 5 Broadway 

Sieberst H G, attorney at law, 214 San ■ Silverstone Harris, boots and shoes, 464 
[Siefke Ferdinand, boots and shoes, 240 6th 

6th Silverstone Scholom, crockery, etc, 214 

Siegel Joseph, stationery, etc, 11] Stein r : 16th 

ISiegel Morris, tailor, 1502 Stockton j Silvester George F, seeds etc, 317 Wash 

ISiesrel S, clothing manuf, 414 Sacramento! SII.VESTRI A & CO, wholesale 
SEMiFRlEO'S HOTEL,, Her-I and retail fish dealers, 37-39 San 

mann Bremer propr, 228 Bush Francisco Market and 11-12 Bay City 

ISiem John, groceries and liquors, 600 2nd ; Market 
jSierenberg & Stamer (George Sierenbergi Simi Peter J, wine manuf, 429 Green 

and J C Stamer), groceries and liq- j Simi & Pardini (Peter Simi and N Par- 

uors, 717 Folsom dini), produce merchants, 514 San 

Siering H & Co (Herman and Robert j Simmons, Rowe & Co (Joseph S Simmons, 

Siering), worsted and fancy goods, William B Rowe and Alonzo R Sim- 

19 Montgomery and 107 Sutter mons), hardware, 52 Clay 

Sierra Lumber Co, 223 California, yard i Simmons S, watchmaker, 5 J9 Kearny 

NE cor 4th and Channel ! SI JIJIOXS WILL IAff, rigger, 

Siess Jacob, bootmaker, 427 4th li Howard 

Sievers Charles, groceries and liquors, 734 | Siinms '.ustave T, furnished rooms, 174 

Broadwav Je.-sie 

SIEVERS JOHN H, florist, 25 Simon Alexander, clothing, 772 Howard 

Post, nursery cor Polk and Chestnut Simon E, clothing, 237 3rd 
Sieves William, liquor saloon, 11 Jackson j Simon George, tailor, 533 4th 
S1EWEKE LEO WIG-, wines and Simon H Mrs, clothing , 305£ 3rd 

liquors, 611 Jackson j SIMOX HEXRY, propr California 

Siewert William, groceries, 513 Montgom- j Restaurant, 131 Sansom 

ery Ave j Simon Joseph, bootmaker, 818 Mont 

Siewert William, liquor saloon, 113 Leids- ' oimon Joseph, crockery, etc. 302 6th 

dorff Simon Joseph, furniture, 1226 Stockton 

Sikes, Mayer & Lachman (E Sikes, Nat Simon Theodore, groceries and wines, 901 

Mayer, A J Lachman, and B J Side- j Larkin 

man), manuf cigars, 606 Battel y SdlOM SO\SA CO OK, 

Silberberg Max, dry goods, 1529 Turk (Ulrich, Samuel, Gustav F Simon, 

Silberstein J & Co (Julius Silberstein and and Aaron Cook), importers hats and 

M Hammerschlag), pawnbrokers, 340 caps, 117-119 Sansom 

Kearny Simon & Breslauer (S I Simon and L 

Silberstein Louis, bootmaker, 422 Pacific Breslauer), commission merchants, 

Silberstein Louis, locksmith, 518 Battery 13 1st 

Silberstein Phillip, dyer, 861 Folsom Simons L Mrs, costumer, 23 El'is 

Silberstein S.gents' furnishing goods, 950- Simonsen Andrew, wines and liquors, 

952 Market 1011 Kearny 



Sewing Machines, Needles, etc., SAMUEL HILL, 634 Market St. 



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Simonton Thomas B, tent maker, 771 ! Skinner. & West [William Skinner and! 

Mission Thomas West), resta urant, 131 3rd 

Simpkins Charles II, iron merchant. 314 SKIPPK1C JA5IEN U, groceries, 1 

Montgomery i igars uml tobacco, 202 5th 

Simps 'ii AM & Bro(Robert W). lumber, ! Sk own m Joseph ft Co (Kazimir Smolar- 

44 Market, yards, Howard and Beale! ski), groceries, etc, 829 Pacific 

St Wharves Skuce James, liquor saloon, 536 Jack 

Simpson George W, locksmith, 1019 Mar- Slagoni Hans, dairy produce, 1515 Market 



ket 

Simpson James, physician, 234 Post 
SIMPSON R W, propr S F Steam 
Brush and Broom Factory, 325 Sacra- 
mento, factory 613-615 Brannan 
Simpson S C, attorney at law, 40 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Simpson William, druggist, 609 Davis 
SIMPSON A FISHER (John 
Simpson and Andrew Fisher), sail- 
makeis, 50 Clay 
Simrak Mitchell, fruits, 2100 Fillmore 
Sims John, carpenter, 417 Turk 
SIMS JOH\ R. manuf iron doors 

and shutters, 123-125 Beale 
limson Robert, attorney at law, 803 

Montgomery 
Sinclair Archie, stationery, SE cor Dupont 

and Sutter 
Sinclair Charles H, £upt Mission Rock 

Grain Dock and Warehouse, 318 Cal 
Sinclair Samuel F, real estate agent, 432 

Montgomery 
Singer Manufacturing Co, J R MacKinzie 

agent, 118 Sutter 
Sinsheimer Bros (Henry and Bernard), 
merchants, (San Luis Obispo), 228 Cal 
Sinsheimer S, crockery, etc, 9 Dupont 
Sintel Jacob & Co (Richard Gantnir), 

carriage makers, 424 Pacific 
Sinz Louis, painter, 315 O-Farrell 
Sisenvine Levy, cigars, 311 Bush 
Siskron Clara A Mr>, candies, 209£ 2nd 
Sisson, Wallace & Co (A W Sisson, C W 
Crocker and W H Wallace), general 
merchandise, 226 California 
Sittenheim B, fish, 11-12 Hayes Valley 

Market 

Sitter Joseph laundry, 768A Howard 
Sivici John, fruits, 1635 Post 
SJOAVAIili K P, wines and liquors, 

1st Ave near Kentucky 
Skahen John, fruits, 446 16th 
Skaife Alfred, stockbroker, 304 Pine 
Skelly John, liquor saloon, 155 4th 
Skerrctt Daniel, watchmaker, 126 2nd 
Skerrett John, groceries and liquors, 130 

Shipley 
Skerrett Thomas, hoots ami shoes, 826 6th 
Skidmore E T Mme, milliner, 1114 Mkr 
SklMillt ,IOH\. agent Dupontfs 
Powder ami Winchester repeating 
arms, metal ic cartridges, prime 
shells, loading tools etc, 1 16 Pine 
Skinner T L, attorney at law, 429 Mont 



siattery J, propr Slattery House, 521 How 

SJaven Edward Rev, assistant pastor St 

Peter; Church, res N s Alabama near 

24th 

Slaven H B, druggist, NE cor Market and 

Powell 
Slavin Patrick, baker, 1324 Dupont 
Sleeper H N Mrs, private school, 802 

Geary 
Slinkey J E, propr Overland House, 533 

Sacramento 
SliOAXE W & J. manuf and im- 
porters carpets, upholstery goods, 
lace curtains &c, 625-627 Market 
BToane W R, collector, 528 California 
SIOCVM A H. job printer, and 
publisher Occidental T<.mt>erance Roll 
Call, 612 Clav 
Slocum Lot D, livcrv s able, 9<>l-923 Sut 
S LOR A H E C\ bottled ale and por- 
ter and propr Excelsior Brewery, 708 
Sansom 
Sloss Louis & Co (Simon Greenewald and 
Lewis Gerstle), hides, wool & furs, 
310-312 Sansom 
Sloss Morris, wood and coal, 28 Turk 
Smadeke William, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor Sth and Mission 
Small A F Mrs, dressmaker, 113H Miss 
SMALL IMMIINM K carpenter 

and builder, 424 Jackson 
SMALL ISAAC H, machinist, 574- 

576 Brannan 
Smart Bros (George C and James G), milk 
ranch, W & Old San Jose Road near 
Henry 
Smart George R, stencils &c, 28 Market 
Smart & Co, (A Lyon and R C Bingley), 

stencil cutters, 209 (lav 
Smeth A S, restaurant, 1002-1004 Market 
S'oidt Henry, bootmaker, 14024 Powell 
Smile; George w, stock hroker, 318 Pine 
Smilie Elton R, dentist, 649 Washington 
Smith A B & Co, livery stable, 1209 Fol 
SMITH ADAH, City Hank Ex- 
change, 688 Sacramento and lodgings, 
515 Sacrami nto 
Smith Adolnh, liiiu< -r saloon, NE oov Bib 

and Berry 
§M1TH ANDREW l> , ageal 
Northwestern National insurance Co 
of Milwaukee (\\'is>, Fairfield Eire 
Insurance Co ol South Norwalk 
(Conn) and Amazon Insurance Cool 
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Smith Andrew V, coffee saloon, >17 Wash 
i Smith Annie, bakerv, 1013 Folsom 
SKITH BARLOW J II l» 

physician and Medical and Phreno- 

lo^'cal Institute 633 California 
Smith B P, cigars, SE cor Sansom and 

Washing-ton 
Smith Catherine Mrs, dressmaker, 819 

Howard 
Smith Charles W, coppersmith, .520 Davis 
: Smith Claude L, attorney at law, 12 Mont 

gomery 
[Smith C M, propr Merchants Overland 

Express, 436 Montgomery 
SMITH C W M, patent solicitor, I 

137 Montgomery 
SMITH ED, M ©. physician, 223, 

Kearny 
j Smith Ferdinand, money broker, 316 : 

Montgomerj' 
Smith Frances & Co, manuf sheet iron 

pipe, 130 Beale 
! Smith Frederick M, mining, 318 Pine 
i Smith George L, hair-dresser, 1210 Mar- ! 

ket 
Smith George L, propr Co'onnade Hotel, 

1206 Market 
SMITH (.KOK(-F, O JR, sec 

Western Fire and Marine Insurance 

Co of California. 409 California 
SMITH CJ FRANK, attorney at 

law, 502 Montgomery 
Smith G J, house-painter, 329 Sutter 
Smith Hamilton Jr, civil engineer, 320 

Sanborn 
I Smith Harrv, wines and liquors, 1304 

Powell 
| Smith Henry J, physician, 118 O'Farrell 
' Smith H F & Co (W R Lathrop), station- 
ers, 225 Kearnv 
SMITH HIRAM, plumber & tin- 
smith, 538 16th 
! Smith Holland, notary public, 307 Mont- 
gomery 
Smith Hugh, bakery, 418 7th 
j Smith Jacob W, stock broker, 419 Cal 
Smith James, butcher, 1119 Harrison 
SMITH JAMES, varieties, books 

and stationery, 1208 Valencia 
Smith James C, lumber, 1 Howard 
, Smith James S, pianos, 200 Post 
j Smith J Howard, attorney at law, 502 

Montgomery 
Smith J J, real estate, 5 Jackson 
SMITH JOHN, liquor saloon, 102 

Jackson 
Smith John, liquor saloon, 1012 Battery 
SMITH JOIIX. propr Eastern 

House, boarding, 407-409 Drumm 
Smith John, restaurant, 214 Washington 
SMITH JOH\, wholesale groceries 

and provisions, 18 Clay 
Smith John, wood and coal, 223 Post 



Smith Joseph, liquor saloon, 432 Valencia 

Smith Jos ph G, sign painter, 524 Valen- 
cia 

Smi'h Josephine Miss, hair-dresser, 1008 
Lea ten worth 

Smith L Miss, artist, 737 Market 

Smith L F, coffee saloon, 153 7th 

Smith Louis, groceries and liquors, 641 
California 

SMITH, Lll'Y & CO (Henry W 
Smith and Anthony Lucy), manufs 
soap, 405 Front 

Smith Mary Miss, bakery, 315 5th 

Smith N Proctor, commissioner deeds, 
426 Montgomery 

Smith Peter, cigarsj 58 2nd 

Smith Peter, /aundry, 325 Dupont 

Smith Richard, livery stable, 524 3rd 

Smith Sidney V & Son (Sidney V Jr), at- 
torneys at law, 630 Sacramento 

Smith S P, 3ecretary, 426 California 

Smith William, butcher, WsMontgomery 
Ave bet Lombard and Chestnut 

SMITH WILLIAM, manuf patent 
water closets, 21 Montgomery A\ e 

Smith William I), propr Eagle Brewery, 
8W cor 14th and Folsom 

Smith William F, architect, 417 Kearnv 

SMITH WILLIAM F, occulist 
and aurist, 313 Bush 

Smith W J Rev, pastor Central Presby- 
terian Tabernacle, res 314 Oak 

Smith W M & Co (George Cook), cigar 
manuf, 142 5th 

Smith W R, general merchandise, 161 
Nesv Montgomery 

Smith & Davis (Alexander Smith and W 
E Davis), door and sash manuf, 132 
Berry 

Smith & Faylor (James J Smith and 
George W Faylor), advertising agts, 
140 Montgomery 

Smith & Grego (A Smith and G Grego), 
oyster saloon, SW cor Laguna and 
Grove 

Smith & Hatch (Henry S Smith and Fred- 
erick A Hatch), commission mer- 
chants, 122 Clay 

Smith & Laherty (J W Smith and Peter 
Laherty), carpenters, 513 Octaria 

Smith & Mo-Nab (J A Smith and James 
Mo-Nab), dravmen, 210 Davis 

SMITH & MERKEXS (Henry 
Smith and Claus Merkens), groceries 
and liquors, 10 Washington 

Smith & Pence (G W Smith and J B 
Pence), house-movers, 1126 Mission 

Smith & Phillips (D P Smith and W A 
Phillips), gilders, 819 Market 

Smith & Poultney (Joseph H Smith and 
George T Poultney), livery stable, 
342 Brannan 

Smithson B Mrs, fancy goods, 414 Geary 



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Leidesdorflf steuart 

[■mitt John, liquor saloon, SE cor Green- Solomon s, tailor, 904 Pacific 

wich and Sterner Solomon Samuel, butcher, 1 Grand Cen- 
SMOOT DAVID Ij. District At- tral Market 

torne^ 8 Montgomery Ave Solomon Samuel, dry good s, 1530 Polk 

Smyth John H, attorney at law, 623 NOiiOHOX SEIXAS, mining, 



Montgomery 
Smvthe F G, fruits, 132 7th 

Sniythe John T, drayman. 324 Davis 
Snapper A. hats and caps, 110 Sutter 
SXEATH R Q, 423 California 

Sneitchler Lou's, butcher, 21 8th 



41H California 

Somale.v & Schneider (John Somaley and 
A Schneider), proprs California 
Hou>e, 626 California 

Somervell W S, manager Pacific Asphal- 
tum Co, 422 Montgomery 



SXELL BRON YOl'XG A CO, SOMFRVILLE A KLL.IM (Dan- 

(Edward L and George P Snell and iel Somerrille and Peter Ellis), propn 
William B Young), proprs South Pa-j Commercial Hotel Wine ami Billiard 
cific Coast Express Co, 22 Montgom-I Rooms, 132 Montgomery Ave 
cry Somps Pierre G, so <a works, 2r9 Clemen- 
Snider A, merchant, 328 Montgomery tina 

Sniffen E butcher, 2438 Mission Son Brothers (Adolph A and Albert A). 

Smvely J H, wines and liquors. NW cor importers fancy goods, NW cor Bat- 

3rd and Bryant tery and California 

§XOOK <w Jk W . plumbers, and Sontnwald Gotlieb, liquor saloon, -V20 Sac 

steam and gasfitters, '^30 Sac ramento 

Snow Harvey W, insurance agent, 319 Sonnenberg LB, grocer, SE cor Post and 

California Stockton 

8XOW JOIIX P A CO (Charles Sonnichsen Nicolai, Consul Denmark, 

J Holmes), cleaning and dying works. 317 California 

1623 Mission, office 633 Market under NOXXTACr CHARLF.N A CO, 



Palace Hotel 

■now John F. dyer and cleaner, 118 Gea- 
rv and 10 FrankPn 

SXOXV & CO (Frank C Snow), im- 
porters and manuis pictures, frames, 
mouldings and artists' materials, 2u 
Post 

Snyder A A, carpenter and builder, 17 
Halleck 

Snyder Jesse, carpenter, 512 Sutter 



manufs agents and commission mer- 
chants, 40 California 
Sonoma Lumber Co, Frank H Latham 

secretary, 32S Montgomery 
Sonoma Valley R K, Capt Cornelius 

agent, Washington Street Wharf 
Sopa N J Mrs, dressmaker, 974 Folsom 
Soper Mary A Mrs, milliner. 4 3rd 
Sorbier Louise Mme, dressmaker, 119 
Stockton 



Snyder & Reicbling (George Snyder and Sorensen William, groceries and ; 

Casper Reiehling), furniture factory, 

5^4 Bran nan 
Soares & Miller (Jacob Scares and Edward 

Miller), hair-dressers, 178 Jessie 
Sobbe 1), wines and liquors, f>41-.")43 Mis- 
sion 
Sobieski E C Mrs, furnished rooms, 318 

Kearny 
Sob? A L, physician, 2047 Mission 
Soelter Louis, paper-hanger, 304 Green 
Soher L, capitalist, 32.". Montgomery 
Bohinkel Otto, groceries and liquors, 502 

9th 
Sohl John, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Mason and Francisco 
Solano M, teacher music, '■'■'■'•', Eddy 
Soliey Stephen J, cigars. 824 Kearny 
Bolus a, hair-dresser, 1124 Larkin 
Solomon Aaron, clothing, 4.'v> Pacific 
Solomon Abraham, hair-dr. 

ard 
Solomon Isidore, clothing, 630 Pacific 
Solomon Jacob, curare. 200 <>rh 



fee, NEcor McAllister and Laguna 
Sornin A. watchmaker, 343 Kearni 
Sossc Antonio, liquor saloon, 810 Kearny 
SOTZEX A MVKRS (Charles H 
Sotzen and John Myers), li 
loon and restaurant, 1801-1803 Mis- 
sion 
Soule A G, physician, 325 Larkin 
MHLK EUOENK, blacksmith, 

NW cor Bryant and 4th 
Soule Samuel P. dairy produce, 232 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Souter Peter, stationery, 1137A Pacific 
South Beach Iron Works, King bet 2nd 

and 3rd 
South British Fire and Marine Insurance 

Co (NOD Zealand). \\ .1 Callin_ham 

\ Co agents, 218 Sansom 
HOI Til PACIFIC (OAST 

KXPRESX CO (narrow g 
snell Hid-. Young >v Co proprs, 22 
Montnromen 



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EXPRESS COMPANY 

(Narrow Guage R. R.) 

DOING A GENERAL EXPRESS, PUR- 
chasing and Collecting Business be- 
[tween SAN FRANCISCO and Alvarado, 
Newark, SANTA CLARA, SAN JOSE, 
Santa Cruz and all intermediate stations. 
Tariff as low as by any other express 
line for corresponding distances. 
I S. F. Office, 22 Montgomery Street. 
SNELL BROS., YOUNG & CO. 



SOUTH PACIFIC COAST K 

R CO, A E Davis president, 20-21 
Nevada Block 

SOUTH PARK HOUSE, Kuhl 
& Langpaap proprs, 530 3rd 

South San Francisco Brewery, Anton 
Haelscher & Co proprs, cor Railroad 
and 14th Axes 

South San Francisco Dock Co, William 
Stuart secretarv, 320 Sansom 

SOUTHER* PACIFIC RAIL, 
KOAD CO, Charles Crocker presi- 
dent, NE cv.r 4th and Townsend 

Southern T R, writing academy, 24 Post 

Southwell George, carpenter, 926 Wash 

Spafford J M & Co, commission mer- 
chants, 310-312 Clay 

Spamer & Roster (J A Spamer and F 

Roster), compressed veast, 637 Miss 

j Spanglei D B & Co (Charles McElwell), 

furniture, cor 11th and Railroad Aves 

' Spanier Joseph, wines and liquors, 112 

Post 

Spannagel John C, bakerv, 115 7th 

SPAXTOX JAMES, paints, oil 
and glass, paper hanging, | ainter and 
whitencr, 1214 Polk and livery stable 
1327 Bush 

Sparrow John, butcher 35 Clementina 

Sparrow Joseph, groceries and liquors, 
33 Clementina 

Spaulding Andrew, watchmaker, 122 4th 
| Spaulding Henry R, attorney at law, 220 
Sansom 

Spaulding John & Co, carpet beating ma- 
chin s, 353 Tehama 

Spaulding }J, bricklayer, 308 Jessie 

Spaulding & Williams (George Spaulding 
and Solon H Williams), printers, 414 
Clay 

Spear Edward S & Oo (Joseph S and Jo- 
seph S Jr), auctioneers, 729 Market 

Spear Joseph S Mrs, president Little Sis- 
ters' Infant Shelter, 512 Minna 

SPEAR, MEADE & CO (John S 
Spear and Georgr W Meade), whole- 
sale and commission produce mer- 
chants 316-318 Washington 

SPEAR STREET MILLS, F 
W Glade propr, 30-32 Spear 



Spear T R, dentist, 235 Kearny 
Spear William J, cigars, 976 Harrison 
Specht John, cigar manut, 633 Broadway 
Special Agents Post Office Department, 

320 Sansom 
Speckman F F, groceries and liquors, NE 

cor 4th and Mission 
S elman Joseph, tailor, 506 Bush 
Spence John P, milk depot, 425 Broad 
Spence A S & Co, novelties, &c, 24 Geary 
Spence & Johnson (W A Spence and Rob- 
ert Johnson), fish, 9< Cali f ornia Mar- 
ket 
SPEXCER ALRIK U, printer, 

272 1st 
Spencer David, liquor saloon, 300 Folsom 
SPEXCER F W & CO. pianos, 

23 5th 
Spencer G O, Oakland Express, 1 Market 
Spencer H A. millinerv, 1010 Market 
SPEXCER O H," attorney at law, 

408 California 
Spengemann Charles, liquor saloon, SW 

cor Spring and Summer 
Speranza AdePna Miss, teacher music, 30 

Pos; 
Speranza Domenico, propr Italian Musi- 
cal Institute, 30 Post 
Sperl Charles, hair-dre^ser, 444 3rd 
Sperling Frank, commission merchant, 

309 California 
Sperling Mark E, mining, 309 California 
SPERRV & CO (Austin and Sam- 
uel W Sperry), millers and commis- 
uion merchants (mills Stockton), 22 
Californ a 
Speyer Brothers (Leo and Daniel), stock 

brokers, 337 Pine 
Speyer Morris, insurance broker, 3o7 Cal 
Spies F, upholsterer, 605 Powell 
Spicth William, cabinet maker, 769 Mkt 
Spillane James P, physician, 128 4th 
Spiller Frank F, attorney at law, 622 

Clay 
Spinetta Guisseppi, fruits, 1332 Dupont 
Spink Bros (James A and Samuel P), jew- 
elers, 11 4th 
Spinney George R, mining secretary, 310 

Pine 
Spinney & Co (A B Spinney and H I 

Bpeer), physicians, 11 Kearny 
SPIRIT OF THE TIMES, M D 
Boiuck editor and propr, 621 Sansom 
Spitz, Bertha & Co, importers human 

hair, 328 Kearny 
Splivalo August D, attorney at law, 73 

M ontg omery Block 
SPLIVALO C R propr California 
Italian Paste ( !o and California Flour- 
ing Mills, 7U4 Sansom 
Spoerer D A, Southern Paciffc Coast R R 

Express (narrow guage), 313 East 
Spofford John L, ship-joiner, 413 Main 



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Sportsman'* Club of California, William 
Stuart secretary, 320 Sansom 

Spotorno J B, dairy produce, 47 Califor- 
nia Market 

SPRA^IE ADXA, liquor saloon, 
90(i Market 

Sprague B F, horse-shoer, 1509 Polk 
[Sprague G W. fruits, 803 4th 

Sprague Rufus W, physician, 34 Kearny 

Spreckles Claus, president California Su- 
gar Refinery, 215 Front 

Sprindle David S, carpenter. 882 Mission 

SI>ItlX<. DALE WATER CO, 
John L Eckerly propr, water t<>r 
shipping, 12 Clay 
I Spring Francis S, real estate, 705 Sansom 
I Spring John R, real estate, 705 Sanstun 

SPRIXi^ JIEXZO, artificial limb 
manuf, 9 Geary 

SPRING VALLEY WATER 
WORKS, Charles Webb How- 
ard president, William Norris secre- j 
tarv. 516 California 

NPRI\€iEK JASOX A CO(W 
H Salsbury), manuf and dealers 
doors, windows, blinds and lumber, 
office SE cor Spear and Mission, facto- 
ry 124 Main 

Springer R<' Mrs, artist, 6 O'Farrell 

Spruance, Stanley & w'o (John Spruance 
and S L Stanley), who. esale liquors. 
410 Front 

Spru gel Christian, bakery, \\V cor 9th 
and Railroad Aye 

Squaglia O, tailor, 302 Montgomery Ave 

Bresovich Luke G & Co, whol esale fruits 
505-507 Sansom 

Sroufe & McCrum(John Sroufe and Hugh , 
McCrum), wholesale liquors, 408 
Front 

St Cloud House, Mrs A J Coffee propr, 
418 Sutter 

St Denis Jules, si^n painter, 1305 Stink 

St James House, Robert Orford propr, 
906 Mark t 

St Louis Hotel, N Baker propr, 11 Pacific 

St Nicholas Fire Insurance Co (New 
York), Jacobs & EastOQ agents, 216 
Sansom 

St Nicholas Hotel, John Cornyn propr, 
216 1st 

St Paul A, physician, cor Stockton and 
Market 

St Paul's Insurance Co, Hutchinson k 
Mann agenis, 322 California 

Staake Fmst, varieties, 1411 Dupont 

Btaats i f, groceries ao i liquors, 965 Har 

Stack Michael, liquor saloon, 1831 Mission 

STACK & LACOHBE (John 
stack ami Qeorge Lacombe), bats 
and caps, 639 Market 
stack].., le & Leavitt (T W Stackpole and 
A H Leavitt), jewelers, M8 Market 



Stacom Maria Miss, milliner, 141 Post 
STADTFELD JACOB JR min- 
ing secretary, 119 California 
Stadtf Id William C, accountant, 419 Caj 
Staeglich Frank, gardener, 1307 Jackson 
staenkel Abraham, bakery, 1432 Pacific 
Staffelbach Edward, wines and liquors, 

108 steuart 
Stabl Edward, liquor saloon. 228 Bush 
Stabl Henry N, liquor saloon, 26 Leid 
STAHLE HEXRY W, Occidental 

hair-dressing saloon, 283 Bush 
STA II LE A R E RX II A R I> (John 
Btahleand Bernard Bernhard), propn 
hair-dressing saloon. Buss House and 
Palace Hotel 
Staib C. bootmaker, 932 Fo'som 
Staidohar Daniel, hat manuf, 252 3rd 
Stal'ard Joshua H, physician, 37 Post 
STAMPER J W A VO (Aaron 
Goldberg), manufs mattresses, bed- 
ding, etc, 215 Bush 
Standard Fin- Insurance Co (New Zea- 
land), James P Cox manager, 
Standard Glove Factory, I) A Beccher 

propr, 119 8 d 
STAXOARO OIL CO, L D Fisk 

secretary, 402 Montgomery 
Standard Oil Co of New York and Cleve- 
land (Ohio), 123 California 
STAXOARO SOAP CO, R P 
Thomas nresident, F \V Clements sec- 
retary, 2<»4 Sacramento manufactory 
Berkeley, Alameda Co 
standard Sugar Manufacturing ( '". W7 

Fine 
Standard Theater, 318 Bush 
STAMFORD HOTKLL, (hubs 

Lehrke propr, 61S 4th 
Stanford Leland, president Central Pacific 

R R, NE cor 4th and Townsend 
Stange k Hink (.1 DStangeandJ F Hink). 

fancy goods, 246 LOth 
Stangroom Robert, fruits, 1132 Folsom 
Staniforth Julius, groceries and liquors, 

l2o.i Townsend 
STAXLEY l> N, job printer, 811 

Clay 
Stanley Qeorge W, stationery, 4 7th 
Stanley Patrick, bakery, 768 Bryant 

Stanley William H, dentist, Llfi'Keanu 
Stanly John A, Attorney at law, i 
STAXTOX AJIDREW l», man 

ager Argonaut Publishing < !o, 
Stanton Jeremiah, fruits, 5t0 *th 
Stanwood H p, railroad agent, $ Vfvn 

_ imerj 
Stapelfelut Charles, sea baths, coi North 

point and Hyde 
Stapelfeldt William, groceries and li- 
quors, bTEcoi Waller and Fillmore 

Staplf Ullliam, vsmes and UqUOTS, 111 

Dupont 



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Staples David J, president Fireman's 

Fund Insuranee Co, 401 California 
Staples James W, insurance adjuster, 321 

California 
STAR OIL, CO (California), L D 
Fisk secretary, 402 Montgomery 

Starbird & Goldstone (A W Starbird and 
J B Goldstone), lumber, 101 Market 

Starck John & Co (G Burgdorf), butchers, 
501 Ellis 

STARK LUKE, propr Bav View 
Market, 529 1st and Miner's Market, 
238 1st 

Starkweather Louis S, propr The Arcade 
House, 930 Market 

STARR FLOUR MILLS, South 
Va'leio, Starr Co proprs,16 California 

STARR GEORGE R. commission 
mei chant, 30S-310 Washington 

Starr William M, propr Occidental Ware- 
house, cor 1st and Townsend 

STARR A CO (A D and A W Starr 
and A Bannister), proprs Starr Mills 
(South Vallejo), 16 California 

Starr & Mathism (Addison N Starr and 
Thomas Mathison), smelters and re- 
finers, N s Berry bet 4th and 5th 

State Board of Immigration (Oregon), I 
John E Shepherd agent, 504 Battery 

State Investment and Insurance Co (Fire), 
Charles H dishing secretary, 218 San ; 

State of Pennsylvania Insurance Co, 
Brown, Craig & Co agents, 215 San 

Statistician, L P McCarty publisher, 3 
Montgomery 

Staub H, druggist, 1029 Larkin 

Staud F & J X, wood and coal. 211 Mason 

STEAM ME\S Fl RXISH- 
IWG GOODS FACTORY 
(for the wholesale trade only), B & O 
Grtenebaum managers, 23 Stevenson 

Stearn David, propr Brunswick House, 
148 6th 

Steams E F Mrs, millinery, 325 Hayes 

Stearns Robert E C, secretary Board of 
Regents, State Univers : ty, 310 Pine 

Stearns & Smith (William H Stearns and 
O B Smith), commission merchants, 
423 Front 

Stebbins Horatio Rev, pastor First Uni- 1 
tarian Church, res 831 Bush 

Stebbins James C, attorney at law, 408 Cal ! 

Stedford Sarah 3 , dressmaker, 209 16th 

Steele Charles H, phvs ; cian, 2230 Mission 

Steele, Elder & Co" (S B Steele, Alex 
Elder and Theodore S Cressj), whole- 
sale produce, 204 Front 

Steen E T, machinery, 225 Market 

Steen John, dyer, 929 Folsom 

STEERE A COLBY, S F ami East 
Oakland Express, 313 East 

Steffens D & Co (F Reinecke), groceries : 
and liquors. 137 Folsom 



STEGE HEXRY, groceries and 

liquors, 719 Pacific 
STEIGER A KERR, (Charles R 
Steiner and James VV Keer) proprs 
Occidental Foundry, 137-139 1st 
Steil Henry, tailor, 237 Bush 
Steimke F & Bros (John), groceries and 

liquors, 1101 Pierce 
[Stein A D, groceries, 802 Valencia 
I Stein George, bootmaker, 3 Washington 
Stein Henry, bootmaker, 523 Pacific 
Stein Meyer, boots and shoes, 26 4th 
Stein Morris, clothing, 38 Jackson 
Stein Robert, bakery, 1137 Folsom 
Stein W E, carpenter, 1608 West Mission 
STEIX. SI1IOV A CO (H W 
Stein, H L Simon, S Weill, H Hoff- 
man and L Arnstcin), importers 
woolen cloths and tailors' goods, SE 
cor Market and 2nd 
Steinbach R Rev, pastor St Paul's Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church, 723 Broadway 
St'inbac-h Rudolph, real estate, 729 Mont 
Steinberger F G, commission mei chant, 9 

Kearny 

Steinberger & Kalisher(Julius Steinberger 

and Edward Kalisher), insurance 

brokers, 321 California 

Steiner L C Mrs, coffee saloon, 1120 Mkt 

I STEIXER NICHOLAS, manager 

Dividend Liquor Saloon, b Leid 
Steiner S Merchant, (Steiner, Glauber & 

Co, San Diego), 312 Sacramento 
STEIXER & BITTMAR (Joseph 
Steiner and Charles A Dittmar), 
proprs Helvetia Hotel, 431-433 Pine 
Steinert rrederick, cigars, 127^ 4th 
Steinfels Charles, butcher, 1702 Hyde 
Steinhagen P, general agent, 612 Clay 
Steinhart Leopard, cigars, 432 California 
! Steinhart Sigmund, 26 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Steinhart Ignatz, manager Anglo-Califor- 
nia Bank, 422 California 
STEIXHART \V A I A CO 
(William and Israel Steinhart, Charles 
Adler and Samuel Scholle), importers 
clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 
3-5 Battery 
Steinhart & Co (M Steinhart and P Rich- 
ards), liquor saloon, 1024 Larkin 
Ste'nkamp B C, liquor saloon, 418 Clay 
Steinmann & Densmore (Frank V Stein- 
mann and John Densmore), carpen- 
ters, 203 Stevenson 
Stelleng Claus, groceries and liquors, NE 

cor Devisadero and Ellis 
Stelling H & Bro (William), butchers, 

2 1 66 Mission 
Stel ing& Siebe(F.l Stelling andASiebe), 

butchers, 157 2nd 
Stempelman Henry (estate of), hardware, 
623 Pacific 



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Stender H, artist, 126 Kearny 
Stenhousc T B H, correspond nt N Y 

Herald, 32 Merchants' Exchange 
Stephan John G, butcher, 1 Gal Market 
STEPHEN E W, manuf dry ore- 
concentrating machinery, 269 1st 
iStepp C «Sr W, manufs cigars, 709 Mission 
Sterett B F, printer. 532 Clay 
Stern Charles, butcher, 1064 Howard 
Stem Jacob, crockery, 1119 Folsora 
Stern Moses, sausages, 903^ Darkin 
Stern P, furniture, 218 6th 
Stern S, dressmaker, 103 Mason 
Stern Samuel, cigars, 413 Pine 
Stern Sigmund, hair-dresser, SOI Kearny 
Sternberg Morris, tailor, 7 Spring 
STERXFELI) BROTHERS A 
CO fAdolph, Herman and M"rri>i, 
importer French and American calf- 
skins, Ba&set glazed kids, English 
lastings, etc, 539 Market 
Sterns Leopold, bakery, S19 Broadway 
Stetefeldt C A, mining" engineer, 320 San 
Stetefeldt Furnace Co, 320 Sansom 
Stetson W W, mining secretary, 61 Ne- 
vada Block 
Stetson & Houghton (Edward G Stetson 
and Roscoe E Houghton), attorneys 
at law, 315 California 
Stettin M Mrs, embroidery, 443 Bush 
Steuart Irving, merchandise broker, 40 

California 
Steuart Street House, Reyer Bakke^ 

propr, 104 Steuart 
Stevens August K, secretary Sutter St 

Railroad Co, 1104 Larkin 
Stevens. Baker ft Co (Levi Stevens and 
Judah Baker Jr), commission mer- 
chants, NW cor Sac and Davis 
Stevens Charles, mining, 310 Pine 
STEVEXS CJEOR^E, liquor sa- 
loon, SE cor Union and Battery 
Stevens H H, dentist, 106} 3rd 
Stevens John, butcher, 114 1st 
Stevens Joseph H. hair-dresser, 234 5th 
Stevens M V, groceries and liquors, 1500 

Folsom 
Stevens Seriah D, mining engineer, 4 

Park Place 
Steven-* William E, contractor, 316 Mont 
Stevens k Moore (M V Stevens and J S 
Moore), artesian well-borers, 1500 
Fol-om 
Stevenson E Mrs, dressmaker, 611 How- 
Stevenson Edward!, propr Gait House, 

632 Market 
Stevenson .) 1), S shipping commission- 
er. 118 Jackson 
8TEVEXSOX A LOXGWILL 
(J J Stevenson and John Longwill), 
importers and wholesale dealers 
mouldings, ehromos, brackets, toys 
and fancy goods, 26-88 2nd 



Stevenson R, capitalist, 331 Montgomery! i 
Stevenson W W, boo maker, 254 Steuart j j 
Stewart Ann Mrs, bakery, 1S29 Union 
Stewart August, soap factory, cor San i 

Bruno Road and 15th Ave 
Stewart C F, U S engineer, Fort Point, ' 

533 Kearny 
Stewart David", livery stables, 134 7th 
Stewart Frank, watchmaker, 509 16th | ' 
Stewart George, newsdealer, 30 Maik t ' 

Stewart George, stockbroker, 208 Mont 

Stewart Henry, nursery, S s Post bet De-' 
visadero and Broderick 

Stewart James, grocer'es and liquors, I 
1926 Bush 

STEWART JOHY XV, superin-j 
tendent California and Nevada ice 
Factory, 858 Tehama 

STEWART VAX CLIEF A 
HERRIX (William M Stewart, 1" 
Van Clief and William F Herrin), at- ; 
torneya at law, 31<» Pine 

Stewart W A, bakery, 124 Sth 

Stewart William, liquor saloon, NW cor 
Hvde and Bav 

STEWART A BIRKRLAXI) 
(J H Stewart and M J Birkeiand), 
groceries and liquors, XW cor Folsom 
and 24th 

Stewart & Buckley (Thomas Stewart an 1 
D Bucklev), commission merchants, 
513 Sansom 

Steylaars ft Rossi (C L Steylairs and P~- 
"tro Rossi), druggists, Sl6 Montgom- 
ery Ave 

Stiblatt Henry, cloakmakcr. 112 9th 

Stieger A, propr San Jose I'ottery, 1314- j 
1316 Market 

Stier H, groceries and liquors, 451 1st 

Stier & Weitner (E Stier and A Weitner), I 
harnessmakers. 560 4th 

Stievler Jacob, bootmaker, 212 Pacific 

STIL.L, XX' ii & CO, lamps, oils, 1 
62i Kearny 

Stillmann J D R, phvsician, 336 O'Far- 
rell 

ST ITT ROBERT, cairiage factory,! 
121-123 Market 

Stivers t'harles A. phvsician. 90S Clav 

STIVERS IIEXRV F, lumber in- 
spector, 3 Mission 

STOCK REPORT PI BLISII- 
UV6! CO (William || Hunker and 
A C Hiester), propTs Dailv Stock Re- 
port, 222 Montgomery 

Stockmann Paulina, dressmaker, 42> Te- 
hama 

St"rkt"ii B A, light woods, 413 Mission 
Stockton Qm Co, B George secretary, 604 

Commercial 
Stockton Mill, Albert Washburn propr, 

S .-. Berry bet 4th and .'.th 
Stockton Transportation Co, 80S CU 



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Stockweli .<c Co (James H Stockweli), SKM TF.MU IM.II ISAAC A, 

publishers ami propra Da'ly Law 

Journal, 4(H) Washington 

Stoekwitz Morris, clothing, 25 4th 
Stoetxer Edward, prcpr Thoroughfare 

Hotel. NE cor .">th and Brannan 
Stoeven Henry, groceries and liquors, SW stowdl William H, merchandise brok< 

COX Union and Powell 214 California 

Stoever Henry, wines and liquors, 175 Strahle Jacob & Co (F de St Qero 



Stoves, tinware, plumbing etc, llf 
Washington 
Stow William W, attorn.) at law, 4U8 
California 

St owe C M Mrs, medium, 110 4th 



billiard table inanufs. 533 Market 
Strasburger Bros (Nat and Samuel), imJ 

porters glassware, 820-322 Batterj 
Strasser Abraham, poultry, 58 Granfl 

Central Market 

Strassmann M, electro magnetic healer,! 

515} Bush 
Stratton C A & Co, merchants, (Marvs-I 

ville), -211 Clay 
Stratton g >, \ Co, auctioneers. B29 llM 

ket 
Stratton John S, house-mover, 854 Har 
Straub Frederick, upholsterer. 8 Hayes 
strauh Gustav, bootmaker, 7 Trinity 
Straub John, sausages, 239 4th 
Straub John X, tailor, 307 Hayes 
Straub Joseph, liquor saloon, 25 8th 
Strauch John 0, propr Qibb and 

St Bonded Warehouses, 121 Vallejo 
Straus, KohnstammA Co (Jacob Straul 
Joseph Bloom and Emil Kohnstannn), 
wholesale crockery, 102-104 Batten 
Straus Meyer, landscape-painter, 729 
Montgomery 

Stone K L, dry goods, 1206 Stockton and Straus & Levi (Max Straus and Henry 

6 Virginia Block Levy), wholesale clothing, 201 Bus! 

Stone Sherold D, statistician, 30 Merchants' Strauss Levi A Co (Louis Strauss, Wil- 

Exchange ham Schlein ft Jonas Strauss), im- 

StoneW R A Co, gents' furnishing goods, porters clothing, 14 16 Batter] 

10 Kearny Strauss Louis, dry goods, 1209 Stockton 

Stone William, groceries and liquors, SE Strauss Moses, bootmaker, 1508 Market 

cor Pacific and L agnn a Strauss Samuel, collector, 302 Mont 

STO\E A HAYDKX (B Stone Strauss & Frohman (Moses Straw 

and P Hayden), importers, manurs Henry Frohman), dry goods, 120SJ 

and dealers harness, saddler] ware, Stoc kton 

etc, 422-424 Battery STRAIT WILLIAM E, camaq 

Stoneman G, liquor saloon, 192 Stev and wagon materials and lumber 

StoppeJkamp A H, groceries and liquors, merchant, NWcor Sacramento and 

1528 Stockton Urumm 

Storek Charles L, butcher, 301 Hayes Strecker & Kern (Adclph Strecker and 
Stork J P Mrs, dressmaker, 307 Sutter William Kern), hair-dressers, 88 Post 

Stork & Ligon (Jacob Stork ami L Ligon), Street C\ run H, real estate, 410 Pine 



•6th 
Stohfanan William, bakery. 339 Turk 
Stokes Henri , printer, 85 3rd 
StoUenwald Henry F. dyer, 10S7 Fol 
StoltS David, barber-' supplies, 3 Hardie 

Place 
Stolz Brothers (Tobias and Abraham), 

dr\ g arnv 

Stolz Philip J, butcher, 128 11th 
Stolz & Weidenreicfa (Aaron stolz and 

Solomon WeidenreichX^nanuni shirts 

202 Bush 
Stom George A, hairdresser. 104J 9th 
Stone A L Bev, pastor First C 

tional Church, 017 Push 
STOVE KDWAK1) F, mining 

tary, SOS Pine 
Stone Klizabeth, fancy goods, 1059 Fol 
Stone CharKs L, wines and liquors, 1144 

Market 

Stone Frank F, insurance agent, 209 San 
STOXE H 8TORBS, mining op- 
erator, 419 California 
Stone John R. watchmaker, 255 3rd 



restaurant, 445 Bush 
Storm Cornelius, wood and coal, 333 

Montgomery' 
Storms George F. fruits. 1808 Bush 
STORY CHARLES R, secretary 



Street A Learned (C H Street and AF 
Learned), real estate and mine agent! 
331 Montgomery 

Strehl Charles, butcher, 7 N-w Metropol- 
itan Alarket 



Home Mutual Insurance Co, 406 Cal Strehl Philip, hair-dresser, 20 Stockton 

Stout Arthur B, physician, SOS Mont STItKIlt JI'LU'S A BKO 

Stout C S, cigars, 29 tfth (William Stre : .h), hair-dressing saloon 

Stout William & Co, real estate agents, 8 Merchants' Exchange 

Learnj Streuli J J (estate). 414 Dupont 
Stout William C, engraver, 137 Mont- Wtrcoli John Mrs, wines and liquors, 414 

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Strobel Jacob F, butcher, 1129 Folsom SILMVAX JEKEMIAII I>, 
Strong C G, druggist, -i\ 3rd attorney at law. _:;4 Montgomery 

•Strong E Miss animal-painter, 729 M ont Sullivan Jeremiah F, Judge Superior, 



Strong G W, stationery, 2039 Mission 

Eng & Co (E W and YV L Strong), met 
talurgieal works, 10 Stevenson 
ng & Morrow, proprs 
Works, 115-117 1st 
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Court l^' Kearny 

SILLIVAX JOHN boot and shoe 

manul, NK cor Jackson and Battery 

Pacific Metal Sullivan John, hoosemover, 723 Brannan 
Sullivan John, liquor saloon, 709 D 



rothoff M Mrs, stamping, 1022$ Market Sullivan John, wood and coal, 33 L 
ozynski K Mrs, dressmaker, 311 Turk ette 

Jtrozynski Mary Mrs, dressmaker, 177 sillivan John J, liquor saloon, 27. 

Clara Sullivan John J, tailor, .'v 3 Washing 

Jtuard Henry W, whitencr, 41S Oak Sullivan Matthew I, attorney at la 

Jtuart James F, attorney at law, 600 Kearny 

Montgomery Sullivan Michael, bootmaker, 215 1 

Jtuart William, real estate, 320 Sansom Sullivan Michael, liquor saloon, 529 1st 
itubbs D J>, secretary Oft C Steamship Sullivan Michael J, liquor baioun, 21 

cor 4th and Townsend Montgomery Avenue 

«»Tri>IiEY T BKXJA5IIX W, SILLIVAX MM II AEL J liquor j 

chronometer, watchmaker and en- j saloon, NW cor Taylor and Tyler 

graver, 24 Post Sullivan Patrick, hair-d > How* 

itudwiek Joseph E, boots and shoes, 141 1 Sullivan Patrick, liquor saloon, 12 I 

5th ' Sullivan Patrick, livery stable, 915 Fol 

Jtumpf P», bakery, 226 Pacific Sullivan Patrick D, liquor saloon, 1741 

Jtumpf Jacob, bootmaker, 1000 Bueh 
Jtumpf John, hquor saloon, 1st Ave nr 



Kentucky 
Jtumpf Joseph, boots and shoes, 501 

O'Farrell 
Jturken ft Rollings (Henry Sturken and 
Nicholas Hollings), groceries and li- 
quors, NW cor 3rd and Brannan 
iturla Antonio, wood and coal. 2407 Cal 
Jturla G H, wines and liquors, 14u2 Dup 
Styles H Mrs, dressmaker, 420 Broadway 
■tares Manuel K, restaurant, 104 2nd 
Jublett William A, den tut, 112 4th 
mcich & Vucovich (P Sucich and C Vu- 
covich), ovoter saloon, bl3 Stockton 
Juekow Charles, cabinet maker, 23 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
$IHL CHRIS F, waganmaker and 

blacksmith, 114 Drumm 
SI III>I\<. H H, Lav, grain, wood 

and coal, 124 24th 
Jullivan Abbie Miss, bakery, 540 4th 
Bllivan Bridget Mr-, hoarding, N B 

North Point bet Hyde and Larkin 
Jullivan Catherine, dressmaker, 126 7th 
jullivan Daniel, groceries and liquors, 

432 Tehama 
SULLIVAN DAXIEL T, attor- 
ney at law. • mery 
SULLIVAN I> E, groceries and liq- 
uors, 1214 Bryant 
Jullivan Daniel, groceries and liquors, 
- 4th 



Mission 

Sullivan Patrick J, upholsterer, 618 Post' 
Sullivan P J, furrier, 00 Shipley 
Sullivan P J, real estate agent. 31 3rd 
Sullivan Thomas, cloaks, suits etc 120 

Kearny 
Sullivan Thomas, '.rroceries and liquors. 

Mission and 13th 
: Sullivan Timothy, butcher, 1117 I 
Sullivan Timothy, wines and liquor-, 1242 

Market 
Sullivan Timothy D, groceries and liq- 1 

uors. 221 4th* 
SILLIVAX WILLIAM A.li.i ' 

uor saloon, 33<t 6th 
Sullivan .5c Co (Francis J Sullivan and 

Edward P Cole), attorneys at law, i 

S24 Pine , 

Sullivan ft Haggett (John D Stdlivan and 

Geoi- •(), wines and liq- 

uors, 657 Wash; i I 
Sullivan ft McGee (James P Sulli\an and 

Thon ' produce eommis- 

.117 Dai Is 
Sullivan & Sanburn (John Sullivan and B 

Sanburn), di olsom 

Sulzbacher Joseph, stock broki i 

Pine 

Bummerfield A ,ir, wholesale 

Summer hays.Willian 

Claj 
Summers Louis, groceries and liquors, 



ullivan H E Mi--, ladies' furnishing 2710 Polsom 

g pcmIs, 1222 Market Sumner Charles H. adv< rl \ 

NAhvan J, blacksmitl merj £♦" 

iillJilVAX JAMES F. phy-i- Sumner W B ft Co (Trans « Bumnei . o 

(ian, 6 Edoy and 7 Van Ness Avenue wool and skins, 519 Front -n 

bllivan Jame s Mrs, embroidery, ndel Frank, upholsterer, 1218 Pacific <-»- 

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Susan (1 Nathaniel C, hair-dresser, 448 Cal 
Suss Abraham, stock broker, 214 Mont 
Su'er Jeanette Mrs,- dressmaker, 424 Sut 
Sutherland F E, attorney at law, 645 
* Clay 
Sutherland & Gray (Robt Sutherland and 

John T Gray), plumbers, 230 Sutter 
Sutkamp & Hahn (August Sutkamp and 

William Hahn) bakery, 140 9th 
Sutliff Henry, cigars, 832 and 330 Kearny 
Sutro Tunnel Co, Pelham W Ames sec, 

320 California 
Sutro & Co (Charles Emil and Gustave 

Sutro), bankers, 408 Montgomery 
Sutter E V, notary public, 513 Mont 
Sutter Street Railroad Co, Henry Case- 
bolt Bupt, A K Stevens sec, 1104 Lar- 
kin 
Sutton Charl s Jr <fc Co (George F Kel- 
logg), manuf Cape Ann oil clothing 
and hats, importers rubber and wool 
en goods, 34 California 
Sutton John B, cigars, 338 Kearny 
Sutton Owen P, capitalist, 531 California 
Sutton & Co's Dispatch Line Clipper 
Ships, Geo Howes & Co agents, 302 Cal 
Suza M D, coffee saloon, 68 1st 
Svilovich Antonio, hair-dresser, 504 3rd 
Swain A G & Co, restaurant, 719 Market 
Swain Albert E, restaurant. 636 Market 
Swain Edward R, architect, 507 Mont 
Swain Henry C, stock broker, 202 San 
Swain James H, bootmaker, 125 Sansom 
Swain Josiah H, livery stable, 417 Fol 
Swain R A & Co (S A Fessenden), whole- 
sale crockery, 112 California 
Swain R M, attorney at law, 636 Clay 
Swain R R & Co (E R Robinson), bakery, 

213 Sutter 
Swain William B, capitalist, 37 Merchants 

Exchange 
Swan Benjamin R, physician, 310 Stock 
SWAN BREWERY CO, George 

Hudson pres, SW cor 15th and Dol 
Swan E S, fruits, 21 California Market 
Swan Jabez, sign painter, 727 Market 
Swanberg & West (C O Swanberg and P 
F West), wholesale oysters, 10 Cali- 
fornia Market 
Swansey Peter A, groceries and liquors, 

NW cor Ritoh and Clary 
Swanton Mary Mrs, millinery, 1221 Stock 
Swarts Emanuel L, cigars, 545 California 
Sweeney Daniel, money broker, 535 Cal 
Sweeney John, groceries and liquors, 729 

Brannan 
Sweenev John, marbl- vard, 7 Larkin 
SWEENEY J P A CO (James Mc- 

Closkey), seedsman, 409^111 Davis 
Sweenev Morgan M, tinware, 2708 Miss 
SWEENEY MYLES », presibent 
Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, 
NE cor Montgomery and Market 



Sweeney William, liquor saloon, 11 Clay 
Sweeney & Co (Patrick Sweeney and Am- 
brose Sharkey), cattle dealers, cor 

10th and Howard 
Sweeney & Vance (Garrett Sweeney and 

Robert Vance), plumbers, 623 Cal | 
Sweeny Michael, groceries, 172 Minna I 
Sweeny Nicholas, moi chant tailor, 41 2nd 
SWENSON «& CARLSON 

(Charles Swenson and S A Carlsonw 

proprs Scandinavian Hotel, 28-3Q| 

Clay 
Sweet H A, stock broker, 331 Mont 
Sweet & Briggs (B C Sweet and (' B 

Br'ggs), parcel delivery, 1019 Market, 
Sweetland Augusta L Mrs, artist, 120 SuJ 
Sweetser Stephen, junk, 740 Pacific 
Swif.;l William J, fruits, 1060 Howard 
Swift George, assaycr, 652 Market 
Swift James, bungs and plugs, 221 Miss 
Swift John D, real estate agent, 408 Cal j! 
Swift John F, attorney at law, 430 Cal J 
Swift & Gates (C J Swift and James Vi 

Oates), attorneys at law, 217 Sansom 
Swim D K, stock broker, 314 Mont 
Swiss Brewery, J JStreuli (estate) proprj 

414 Dupont 
Swiss Hotel, John Gantner propr, 62t! 

Commercial 
Swiss Lloyd Marine Insurance Co, Philip 

Speyer & Co agents, 13 Merchants 

Exchange 
Swiss Marine Insurance Co's (combined), 

Harry W Syz agent, 225 Sansom 
Switzerland Marine Insurance Co (Zurich) 

Harry W Syz agent, 225 Sansom 
Swoboda S, dressmaker, 1501 Polk 
Swordstieam Errick J, groceries and liq- 
uors, 336 4th 
Swortfiguer E F, attorney at law, 60(j 

Montgomery 
Sykes Charles H, painter, 647 Mission 
Sykes Charles P, mining, 32 Merchants 

Exchange 
Sylv ster John, wholesale cattle butcher, 

307 6th 
Sylvester Leon, plumber, 811 Larkin 
Syz Harry W, insurance agent, 225 San 
Szarvash S T, physician, NE cor Filbert 

and Powell 
Szoboszlay Julius, cigars, 1127 Mission 



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Tabbr, Harker & Co (Jacob S Taber am 

Asa Harker), wholesale grocers, 108 

110 California 
TABER I W, photographic parlors 

8 Montgomery cor Market 
TABER JACOB S, president Boar. 

of Trade, 123 California 
Tad'oni Antoine, painter, 1419£ Dupont 



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Taylor John ft Co (Henry R Taylor), 

dru- gists glassware, etc, 17 Cal *tf 

Tavlor S P ft Co, wholesale paper, 41 G f> 
' Clav 2 

Taylor T, fish, 59 Grand Arcade H 

Tavlor John W, manager Gutta Pereha ,_4 
* and Rubber Manuf Co, 501 Market j Q 

Taylor William H, president Risdon Iron , 
and Locomotive Works, 6 Merchant*' >rj 
Exchange t^ 

TAYLOR WILLIAM J, mining fed 
secretary, 310 Pine 

Tavlor William S, stockbroker, 420 Mont 

Taylor ft Haigfat (Edwin R Taylor and 
George W Haight), attorneys at law, 
207 Sansom 

Taylor ft Nevin (H P Taylor and C W 
Ne\ in), printers, 534 Commercial 

Teague L A, dentist, 142^ 4th 

Teague & Kamlade (W Teague and C 
Kamlade), furniture, 552 Mission 

TEAL BKXJAM1X, attorney at o 
law, 523 Montgomery X/l 

Techau R J, oyster house, Summer nr »*3 
Kearny 

Teckenburg Charles, carpenter, 1< 

Tedby Sarah, dressmaker, 1525 Market 

T^ e-e Lewis Jr. liquor saloon, 432 Kearnv 

TEIGELER J H. groceries and li- 
quors, 18 Natoma 

Teixeira Francisco 'L, hair-dresstr, 5( 



fagijard E W, president Building and 

"Real Estate Associates, 230 Mont 
■Kgart Patrick & Son (William), hay, 
grain, wood and coal, KW cor 19th 
and Folsom 
rAGLIABUE FRA\K. mining 
engineer, 9-10 S F Stock Exchange 
Building 
fagliaferr A ft Co, restaurant, 533 Wash 
rait \- Hainque (A J Tait and Martial 
Hainque) Cyclops Engine and Ma- 
chine Works, 117 Beale 
Falallichet Alexander, varieties, 713 Va- 
lencia 
ralavera Felipe F, propr La Voz Del 

Nuevo Mundo, 625 Merchant 
raliaferro T W, notary pubHc, 326 Pine 
rallant & Co (Drury J Tallant and John 
MeKee), bankers, XL cor Bat and Cal 
rambling W H Mrs, medium, lu77 Mar- 
ket 
ramm Job* W, groceries and liquors, 601 

Taylor 
rannian Patrick J, liquor saloon, 22 3rd 
rarbox E T, propr What Cheer Laundry, 

121 Leidesdorff 
rATIM & BOWEX (H L Tatum 
and J J Bowen), printing materials, 
Albany lubricating compound and 
cups, packing boxes, oils, etc, SE cor 
Market and Fremont 
raufer A Mrs, varieties, 328 Broadway 
Paucsig & Co (Louis Taussig), wholesale 

liquors, 303 Battery 
ravilla Luigi & Co (Lorenzo Chelini), 

fruits, NW cor Union and Mason 
TAT GEORGE H A CO (Henry 
B Brooks, Oscar J Backus and George 
L Goud), importers and jobbers 
Btoves, metals, etc, 612-618 Battery 
and 101 103 California 
rayac C J, wines and liquors, 31 4th 
raylor Andrew H, contractor, 22 Mont 
raylor Arthur C, mining secretary, 417 

California 
raylor Arthur C, stockbroker, 415 Mont 
raylor Charles R, livery stable, 11 Powell 
raylor C L ft. Co, commission merchants, 

84 California 
Taylor Cyrus D, bakery, 207 6th 
TAYLOR F R, president Continen- 
tal ( )il ft Transportation Co, 120 Front 
Taylor ¥ B&Co, oil merchants, 120 Front 
Taylor Frank F, attorney at law, 429 

Montgomery 
fay lor J, broom* factory, S s Bay bet Pow- 
ell and Ma<on 
Taylor James Jr, bakery, 903 Bush 
lay lor James M, attorney at law, 410 

Montgomery 
■AYLOR JAMES S A CO. 
liiimt.fs Champagne Baking Powder, 
llfl Front 



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Tejeda ft Calles (Abelino Tejeda and Jo 13 
Calles), cigars, 328 Montgomery Ave | -. 

Teller J D P, merchandise broker, 405 1 |3 
Front r* 

Ten Bosch N ft Co (Raoul Clerc), commis- CCT 
sion merchants, 28 Merchants' E\- £~^ 
change f/j 

Tenntnt Thomas, chronometer and in- *r* 
strument-maker, 18 Market 

TEXXEY JONEPH A. marble »^ 
yard, NE <or Haight and Buchanan Q 

TEXXEY RICHARR P. commis- 
sion merchant, grain and produce. JrJ 
NK cor Pa\is and Market O 

TEXTHOREY J P & CO (Henrs Cj 
Troillet), manufs maccaroni and vcr- C3 
micelli, 55s Mission bd 

Tenuc<i V, fruits, 1615 Steiner 

TcrkcNon L ft Bro (James !. who lcaah O 
wood cor Channel and 4th ^ 

Terme Louis Mine, costunicr, 612 Mont 

Terminal Hotel, David J Buckley propr), 
606 4th 

Territorial Pioneers, *38 Market 

Terry E ft Co (Samuel Wlnant), wholeaal< 
oysters, 107 California Market 

Ferry J T & c<> (.1 C Tern ),au< I 
nnd furniture, 747 Market 

TERRY L A. butcher, 7 Center liar 

ket 

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Terwilliger & Fink (N B Terwilliger and 
A W Fink), dairy produce, 50 and 51 
Washington Market 

Tesmore Solomon, oyster dealer, 57-59 
California Market 

TETL.OW A C ItOSRIE (Samuel 
Tetlow and W C Crosbie), propr Bella 
Union Theater, 803 Kearny 

Tctzen Charles, merchandise broker, 202 
California 

TEIBXER & HOFFMANN 
(Gustave Teubner and William Hoff- 
man), manufs show-cases and aquari- 
ams, 532 California 

Tevis Llovd attorney at law, 50 Nevada 
block 

Tewes Frederick, basket manuf, 638 and 
656 Market 

Tewhill John, bakery, 1526 Turk 

Tewksbury M R, physician ami surgeon, 
719 Market 

Thain Bros (Alexander and Frederick), 
candy manufs, 781 Market 

THAIN ROBERT A & CO 
Oakland Ferry Parcel Delivery Co, 
refreshment stand, foot Market 

THAMES A MERSEY MA- 
RINE INSURANCE CO 
(Liverpool), Wm G Harrison agent, 
413 California 

Thannhauser & Co (Sigmund M and Au- 
gust Thannhauser), commission mer- 
chants and insurance agents, 311 Cal 

Tharp Eugene H, notary public, 238 
Montgomery 

Tharp Scott M, assayer, 23S Montgomery 

Thayer Mary E Mrs, dressmaker, 227 
O'Farrell 

Thayer N, propr Martin House, 1130 
Market 

Thaver O V, physician, 136 Post 

THE BALDWIN, Alexander Mac- 
Abce manager, cor Pow and Market 

The Bradstreet Mercantile Agency, L B 
Hilliard superintendent, 230 Cal 

The California Architect and Building 
Review, Wolfe & Son publishers, 240 
Montgomery 

The Grocer and Country Merchant, Hol- 
loway & Briggs proprs, 405 Front 

The Gutta Percha and Rubber Manufac- 
turing Co, J W Taylor manager, 501 
Market 

The Merchant's Exchange Assaciation, 
J A Coolidge Secretary, 431 California 

The National Bell Telephone Co, Samuel 
Hubbard agent, 140 Montgomery 

THE NORTH SAN FRAN- 
CISCO HOMESTEAD <& 
R A I LROA I> ASSOCIA- 
TION, A D Smith sec, 310 Cal 

Theas Philip, furniture, 1117 Dupont 

Theill Francois, wines and liquors, 3003rd 



Theiscn John J, planing mills, Valencia 

bet 27th and 28th 
Theobald Gecrge J & Co (George J and 
George Jr), marine insurance agents 
and shipping merchants, 419 Cal 
Theological Seminary, 121 Haight 
Thicbault Carl, paper-box factory, 744 

Mission 
iThiele Robert, cabinetmaker, 657 Mission 
1 Thievbach Julius, groceries and provi- 
sions, 19 Grand Central Market 
Thiesse Albert, propr Normandie House, 

919 Stockton 
Thilosv C A Mrs, milliner, 1639 Polk 
Thobert H T, stationery, 218 3rd 
Thodc John W, groceries and liquors, 544 

Hayes 
Thom-Wohrden Theodore N, liquor sa 

loon, NE cor Stevenson and 4th 
Thomann T, dyer, 2601 Sacramento 
Thomas Charles T, wines and hquors, 35 

Eddy 

Thomas D L, mining secretary ,«203 Bush 
THOMAS F & CO, Parisian Dye 
ing and Cleaning Works, 27 10th 
branches, 734 Wa^h and 300 Post 
Thomas Frank H, physician, 1113 Sutter 
Thomas G P, furniture manuf, 146 Blux- 

ome 
Thomas J Mrs, dressmaker, 1815 Polk 
THOMAS J Cr, cigars and tobacco 

junc Market and Turk 
Thomas John, hair-dresser, 107 Jackson 
Thomas P & J, printers, 505 Clay 
Thomas R L, mining, 411^ California 
Thomas Robert W, aitorney at law, 318 

Pine 
Thomas Sarah Mrs, millinery, 30 3rd 
Thomas Thomas, merchant tailor, 140 

Minna 
Thomas W Mrs, dressmaker, 1009 McAl- 
lister 
THOMASON & WIEEIAMS 
(Edwin R Thomason and Chauncey 
B Williams), contractors, 528 Cal 
Thomford Henry A, groceries and liquors, 
NW cor Filbert and Montgomery Ave 
THOMPSON BROTHERS 
(Thomas and Thornton), proprs Eu- 
reka Foundry, 129-131 Beale 
Thompson Charles, painter, 1926 Union 
THOMPSON E H, engineer and 

machinist, 51 Beale 
Thompson I F, president Lady Bryan 

Mining Co, 203 Bush 
THOMPSON JAMES D, attor- 
ney at law, 405 California 
Thompson Joseph B, attorney at law, 530 

California 
Thompson Lucius, importer diamonds, 
watches and jewe'ry, NE cor Bush 
and Kearny 
Thompson Robert, collector, 436 Mont 



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rhompson N S, druggist, SE cor Market 

and Steuart 
Ijhompson Robert, attorney at law, 7G 

Montgomery Block 
Thompson Thos, human hair, 722 Mar- 
I ket 

IJhompson V S, boarding, 820 Battery 
Chomps'»n William, boarding, 103 Clark 
Bompson William, liquor saloon, 154 
i Steuart 

Thompson & Arpcr (Edward B Thompson 
and George W r Arper), job printers, 
and prqpis Golden Gate, 140'i Turk 
Jhompson & Co (D W C and C L Thomp- 
son), bankers, 421 California 
Jhomsen Chris, wines and liquors, 129 

Berry 
"homsen Henry, butcher, 1405 Bush 
"homsen X, physician, 17 3rd 
'homsen William. Cigars, 40H Drumm 
rHOIWOX & EVAXS (J Thom- 
oon and C H Evans), engineers and 
machinists, 110-112 Beale 
Tionett John, bootmaker, 432 Pacific 
rHORX S F, manager Cosmopol- 
itan Hotel, SW cor Bush and San 
"home I N, attorney at law, 636 Clay 
"hornhill Joseph, bricklayer, 35 Post 
'hornton Crittenden, attorney at law, 

406 California 
lioroughfare Hotel, Edward Stoetzer, 

propr. NE cor r.th and Brannan 
PllORS LOUIS, photograph gal- 
lery, 1025 Larkin 
"hornsen Peter, liquor saloon, 623 East 
"hockmorton S K, capitalist, 401 Cal 
'horn — Mrs, dressmaker, 1 Cedar Ave 
■hrall H H, denti't, 118 Geary 
'humler Charles, bootmaker," 2S Turk 
'humler Christian L, bootmaker, 6 Sac 
'humler Henry, bootmaker. 3 Beale 
"humm L, groceries, 846 Market 
"hurst on George P, mining secretary, 315 

California 
*hyckson Martin, coffee 6aloon, 700 

Mission 
*hycs Ernest, cigars, NE cor 3rd and 

Mission 
riKBKY A S, fur dealer, 507 Mont 
Ibbits Stephen M, phvsiiian, 931 How 

m ii i:\oie hb^ (o (Rob a 

Bvxbee), lumber merchants, 42 Mar- 
ket 

'ichenor Stephen J, liquor saloon, NE 
cor Buoh and Battery 

Idball Scott, portrait 'artist, 26 Mont- 
gt niiery 

"ierk John, trroceries and liquors, 647 
Po r 

BjEDElHAm I> A CO (D-edrich 
Tiedemann and John C Barg), pro- 
duce and commissi op merchants, 210 
Clay 



Tiedemann Henry H, stationery, 1630 
Eddy 

Tiedemann Martin, groceries and liquors, 
700 McAllister 

Tiedemann & Schumacker (Henry Tiede- 
mann and Andrew Schumacker), 
groceries and liquors, NW cor Pacific 
and Powell 

Tieren Henry, bakery, 104S Folsom 
ITiernan P J, attorney at law, 56 Mont- 
gomery Biock 

Tiernan R ,V Co (Albert Marsh), hay and 
grain, etc, 261£ Mi>sion 

TIERXEV ED.VIVD P. physi- 
cian an I surgeon, 415 Broadway 

Tierney Martin, wood and coal, 14" Ever- 
ett 

Tierney Thomas, wines and liquors, N"E 
cor Howard and New M ont gomery 

Tietjen loiedrich W, groceries and liquors, 
417 Drumm 

Tietjen Henry, groceries and liquors, 
1627 Leavenworth 

Tietjen Henry, liquor saloon, 906 Rear 

Tietjen Hermann, grocer, 520 Pine 

TilJen & Wilson (H J Tilden and T K 
Wilson), attorneys at law, 533 Rear 

Tillman Augustus, harnessmaker, 313 
Minna 

Tillmann & Bendel (Frederick Tillmann 
and Herman Bendel), wholesale gro- 
ceries, 327 Battery 

Timney E J Mrs, bakery, 1505 Powell 

Tinnemann Louis, cigars, 1502 Polk 

Tinoco Jose M, consul Salvador, 323 
Front 

Tintrop Henri i. Co, fresco painters, 417 
Post 

Tippctt J E, assistant secretary, Bohe- 
mian Club, 430 Pine 

Tirrell C & P H & Co (Henry Edwards), 
manuf boots and shoe;, 419 Clay 

Tishler George, toys, etc, bOJ Lirkin 

Tissot Ernest J C, bootmaker* o33 Pac 

Titcomb Albert C & Co, wholesale jewel- 
ers. 24 Post 

Atcomb John W, propr Cosmopolitan 
Hotel Bar, SW cor Bush and Sansom 

Titus Isaac S, physician, 34 Kearny 

Titus Daniel, attorney at law, MA Pino 

Tobbcnboske Herman, wines and liquors, 
sw ICarke and 2nd 

TOItltl.MtOslvi: J IIFMCV 
tiea and liquors, 200 2nd 

Tobeimann Prerieriek, i igars, 5 Dupont 

Tobelmann Henry, - I Ikraora, 

TOBE¥ (IKTI«i propr M 
Itan Foundry, 228 Fremont 
R Llliam H, jot. printer, 
i ) Son (Cbarlee P ami all 

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Tobin, Davisson & Co (Thomas Tobin and 
R G Davisson), millinery and fancy 
goods, 6-8 Sutter 
Tobin Edward M, piano tuner and re- 
pairer, 113 Turk 
Tobin J J, notary public, 321 Mont 
Tobin John, bootmaker, 448 Valencia 
TOBIX JOHN H, merchant tailor, 
W 114 Montgomery 

fe Tobin Richard C, stockbroker, 314 Mont 
t^ J Tobin & Tobin, attorneys at law, 8 Mont- 
H | gomerv Ave 

VM Todd A H & Co, stockbrokers, 419 Cal 
W TODJD H H, manager Buchanan & 
J I Lvall New York manui navv tobacco, 
,_} I 315 Battery 

•-i Todhunter Alfred, pastor St John's 
H I Church, res cor 15th and Valencia 
<J iTodt John, cutler, 119 Leidesdorff 
O TOI>T & BOSS (Frederick Todt and 
Frederick Boss), blacksmithing and 
machine work, NW cor Front and 
Market 
Todtmann Theodore E, watchmaker. 614 

*+ TOEI>T HEXRY, Oakland and S F 
**? express, 26 Sacramento, S F, and 508 

%A I 5th St Oakland 

Tojetti V, artist, 6 Eddy 
( Toklas Ferdinand, merchant, (Toklas & 
Singerman, Seattle, W T, and Toklas, 
Baden & Co, Canyonville, Oregon), 
24-26 Sansom 
Toklas, Bmwn & Co (Max Toklas, Lewis 
and Morris Brown and Bahr Sheide- 
5> man), manufs clothing, 24-26 <*an 

PJ Toland Charles G, physician and surgeon, 
<d 7 Montgomery Ave 

~ Toland H H, physician, 603 Merchant 
Tomalty P G, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor 6th and Minna 
Tomkinson James, liverj- stable, 57-61 

Minna 
TOMPKIXS FREDERICK 

W, attorney at law, 320 Sansom 
Tompkins Walter H, attorney at law, 504 

Kearny 
Tomsky Elias H, sign-painter, 12 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
C5 Toner Hugh, wood and coal, NE cor 
P? I Townsend and 3rd 
H Toner Patrick, horseshoer, 143 Minna 



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jTonksJ, gold and silver engraver, 614 

Merchant 
^onnemacher J, wines and liquors, 913 
Kearny 
jlj Toohey Cornelius, groceries, 604 Market 

and 3 Post 
*-i TOOHEY & JOXASSOX (D J 
O I Toobey and S J Jonasson), attor- 
•** I neys at law, 302 Montgomery 
O Toomev Luke, groceries and liquors, 551 
C3 Howard 



Toomv Henrv, secretarv Guatemala Cen- 
tral R R, 424 Montomery 
Toothacker John H Jr, horseshoer, 1625 

Pine 
TOPLITZ F & CO (L Toplitz), 

impni-ters millinerv and straw goods, 

571 Market 
Tormey Frank, bootmaker, 18 Tyler 
Toroni & Genardini (S Toroni and B Gen- 

ardini), boarding, 518 Pacific 
Torrance Hugh M, cigars, 700 Mont 
Torrence John, stationery, 1070 How 
Touaillon J Mrs, teacher French, 630 

Bush 
Touchard Gustave, president French 

Savings and Loan Society, 534 Cal 
Touret C H, ornamental confectioner, 

2008 Taylor 
Tournel C Mrs, laundry, 120 Geary 
Toussin Emile, teacher music, 712 Cali- 
fornia 
Towle William W, stevedore and cor 

tractor, 308 Townsend 
TOWXE A X. supt C P R R Co, NE 

cor 4th and Townsend 
Townsend Mrs, artificial flowers, 114 

Turk 
TOWXSEXD A H, attorney at 

law, 526 Montgomery 
Townsend Frederick, manager Bank of 

British ColumWa, SE cor California 

and Sansom 
Townsend Frederick J, carpenter, SE cor 

22nd and Alabama 
TOWXSEXD JAMES R, attor- 
ney at law, 636 Clay 
Townsend Thomas T, confectioner, 1152 

Market 
Townsend W S, candies, 203 Kearny and 

627 Market 
Townsend & W T yneken (L R Townsend 

and E L Wyneken), architects, 515 

California 
Townshend W J, wholesale butcher, 15th 

Ave near Railroad Ave 
Tracy Charles E, dentist, 112 4th 
Tracy James, bootmaker, 112 Wash 
Tracy James, wines and liquors, 125 

Berry 
Trade Review, Bates, Woods & Coproprs, 

423 Washington 
Traders' Insurance Co (Chicago), Jacobs 

& Easton agents, 216 Sansom 
Tradesmen's Fire Insurance Co (New 

York), Jacobs &_Easton managers, 

216 Sansom '^ 
Trainer J W, carpenter, 206 Leavenworth 
Trainor John, groceries, 244 Ritch 
Tranfield G Miss, dressmaker, 1817 Bu- 

channan 
Trans-Atlantic Fire Insurance Co of 

Hamburg, George Marcus & Co 

agents, 304 California 



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Trans-Atlantic Marine Insurance Co (lim- 
ited) of Berlin, Thannhauser & Co 
general agents, 311 California 

Trask A Y, marine surveyor Commercial 
Insurance Co of California, 405 Cali- 
fornia 

Trask James L, real estate, 6 Montgom- 
ery Ave 

Trask John B, physician, 510 Jones 

TRAUBE E & CO (A Traube), 
manufs candies and confectionery, 
643 Kearny 

TRAl'BE H , watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 643 Kearny 

Trautncr Brothers (Gustav and Charle*), 
tailors, 307 Dupont 

Trautvetter Andrew, bootmaker, 2515 
Mission 

TRAVELERS' IXSIRAX( E 
CO (Hartford, Conn), Thomas Ben- 
net, general agent, 403 California 

Travers Charles E, attorney at law, 402 
Montgomery 

Travers J, livery stable, S05 Greenwich 

Travers Maria Miss, dressmaker, 1509 Cal 



Tromboni M, secretary Santa Cruz Island 

Co, 530 Washington 
Tromer Henry, 'odgings, 410 Pacific 
Trost Louis P, liquor saloon, 308 Fran- 

cieco 
Trost William, bakery, 2441 California 
Trouette Hypolite, druggist, 304 4th 
Trout Norma Mrs, millinery, 210 4th 
Troutt James M, attorney at law, 216 San 
Trowbridge s A Mrs, female employment 

office, 11 Stockton 
Trov Margaret Mrs, dressmaker, 223$ 5th 
Trudelle J A, laundry, 635 3rd 
Truelson Theodore, groceries and liquors, 

1337 Sacramento 
Truett M F Sr, capitalist, 331 Mont 
Truman Irwin J, manager Baker vS: Ham- 
ilton, 13-19 Front 
Trumbull R J & Co (Charles W Beebe), 

reeds, 419-421 Sansom 
Trumbull William, harnessmaker, 121 

Davis 
Trumpour J P, dentist, 401$ Haves 
TRUSSEAl I* C, attorney at law, 

604 Merchant 



Treadwell James P, attorney at law. 606 . Truworthy Francis M, lithographer and 

Kearny rubber stamp manufr, 318 Front 

Treanor J P, dry goods, 120 Sutter JTSCHIRS A DIXGEOX (Chris 

Trebois Firmin, butcher, 313 5th tian Tsohurr and Leon Dingeon), 

Trebois Frank, merchant tailor, 222 ! proprs Maison Doree, 217 Kearny 

Montgomery Ave iTl'BBS dt CO fAlfred L Tubbs 

Tregellas S Mrs, dressmaker, 83S Market and Hiram Tubbs), proprs San Fran- 

Trehane John, attorney at law, 502 Mont] cisco Cordage Factory, 611-613 Front 
Trejos T & Co (J F Skelly and Yanuarioi Tubino Domenick, wines and liquors, SE 
Arroyo), commission merchants, 123 ! cor 6th and Folsom 
California | Tucker Jane, dressmaker, 524 6th 

Trembath & Evans (Richard Trembath Tucker J W & Co (F Dirking), watches 
and Harry Evans), proprs New Wis- i and jewelry, 131 Kearny 

consin Hotel, NE cor Pac and Mont | Tucker S F, Oakland express, I Market 
Trenkle Emil, physician, 318 Kearny TICKER WILLIAM J, mana- 

Trenschel Godfried A, liquor saloon, NE | ger American Saw Co, 20 Spear 

cor Gilbert and Brannan i Tuckev Alfred, manuf jewelry, 13 Trinity 

Trespaille M, coffee saloon, 1504 Turk and Tuft H N, hair-dresser. 818 3rd 



2215 Post 

Tresselt Charles, hair-dresser, 553 4th 
Trevivick William G, bakery, 211 6th 
Trevor Frank, wood and coal, 706 Bush 
Triary Antonio, liquor saloon, 419 Drumm 
Tribo'n H N, teamster, pier 17 Steuart 
Tridon Louis, wines and liquors, 757 <la\ 
Triest & Friedlander (Bernard Triest, 
Samuel J and Herman Friedlandcr), 
wholesale bats, caps etc, 116 Saneom 
Tripp Clinton C, real estate, 401 Cal 
Tripp Dwight K, attorney at law, 401 Cal 
TRIP I* (>EOKGE A A CO 
James Macken), coppersmiths, J-'*') 
Fremont 
Tripp J W, attorney at law, 40m < !al 
Trippett E Mrs, teacher music, 23S Shot- 
well 
Trobock N, capftaliat, 313 Washington 
Troell Conrad, hair-dresser, 721 Clai 



Tuit James, bakery, 217 Mh 

Tul'ey John, gioceries. NW cor Qnion 

and Sansom 
Turk St Hotel, Kavser & Klose proprs, 

22-24 Turk 
Turner George), attorney at law, 331 

Montgomerj 
Turner J H, house-painter, 115 J< 
Turner John, capitalist, 414 California 
Turner, Kennedy & Shaw (A J Turner, 

John F Kennedy and QeOTgeT Shaw), 

lumber, cor 4th ami Channel 
Turner William, watchmaker ami jew 

eler, :> - J4 Battery 

Turmr William J, wood and coal, 619 

Bast 
Turmr ft Co (E Q Turner and It I 

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Turner \ Kundle (Matthew Turner), 

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Turrell George, boots and shoes, 1010 
Market 

Tustin W I, windmills and horse-powers, 
SW cor Beale and Mission 

TVeitmann Nicholas, groceries and liq- 
uors, >JE cor 10th and Folsom 

Twigg John, boat-builder, SE cor King 
and Ritch 

Twiggs S Mme, furnished rooms, 105 
Stockton 

Twing D H & Co, stock brokers, 313 
Montgomery 

fwohig Edward F, fruits, Folsom near 
22nd 

Twomey Michael, liquor saloon, 234 
Fremont 

Tyler George W, attorney at law, 636 
Clav 

TYLER S H & SON (Frank H 
and Mrs E), baking powder, cream 
tartar, sodas, etc, 221 Commercial 

Tynan W D, tailor, 504 Post 

Tvndale William C, commission mer- 
chant, 318 Front 

TYRRELL J H, carriage manuf, 
658-660 Mission 

Tyson Duncan S, liquor saloon, 122 Leid 

Tyson & Bile (A J Tyson and George Bile), 
DUtchers, cor Washington and Stock 



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Ubhaus Brother" (John and Frank), hair- 
dressers, 12 Geary 

Ubhaus Louis, hair-dresser, 2210 Powell 

Uhler J Clem, secretary Western Elec- 
tric Light Co, 328 Montgomery 

Ullrich Ioseph, bakery, 1321 Stockton 

Ulmer M, cigars and tobacco, 527 Mont 

ULRICH A LEOPOLD (Ru- 
dolph Ulrich and Hugo Leopold), 
nurserymen, florists and seedsmen, 
35 Post 

Underhill Jacob, commission merchant, 
308 California 

Underwood & Kordmeyer (Harry E Un- 
derwood and George Kord:ueyer), 
bar and billiard saloon, Russ House 

Underwriters Fire Patrol, 31-33 Stev 

Unger Louis, butcher, 1500 Leavenworth 

Unger M, tailor, 726 O Farrell 

Unger & Mendheim (Adolph Unger and 
Moritz Mendheim), real estate agents 
208 Montgomery 

Unsrott August, liquor saloon, 18 Haves 

UNION RANK OF AUSTRA- 
LIA, He.lmann Bros & Co agents, 
525 Front 

UNION ROX FACTORY, 114- 
124 S-ocar 

UNION BREWERY, Christian 
Hess propr, 326 Clementina 



UNION BRASS WORKS, Gio- 
vannini & Co proprs, manufs brass 
goods, 417-419 Mission 

Union Cigar Co, 1051 Market 

UNION CLUR, NW cor Montgom- 
ery and California 

Union Fire and Marine Insurance Co, 
Hutchinson & Mann agents, 322 Cal 

Union Furniture Factory (G Spiegel, Wil- 
liam Schnutenhaus and William Spie- 
gel), 560 Brannan 

Union Hotel, A Wagner propr, 34 Hayes 

Union Insurance Co, Charles D Haven 
secretary, 416 California 

UNION IRON WORKS, Pres- 
cott, Scott & Co proprs, NE cor 1st 
and Miss 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co (Maine), 
J M Fox agent, 601 California 

Union News Co, Frederick Vaughn mana- 
ger, SE cor Sansom and Washington 
and 602 Montgom ry 

UNION PACIFIC EXPRESS 
CO, Hussev & Co proprs, 409 East 

UNION PACIFIC SALT CO, 
John Barton president, 216 Sacra- 
m nto, factory 34-36 Sacramento 

Union Shaft Co (Storey Co, Nev), George 
C Pratt secretary, 25 Nevada Block 

United Carriage Co, James McCord su- 
perintendent, 2 New Montgomery 

United Firemen's Insurance Co (Philadel- 
phia), J J Desmond & Sons, agents, 
410 California 

UNITED STATES ANI> FOR- 
EIGN SALAMANDA 
FELTING CO, S Cole manager 
317 California 

United State* Brewery, Wannemacher & 
Kiononberg proprs, NE cor McAllis 
ter and Franklin 

UNITED STATES COAST 
SURVEY, 214 Stockton 

UNITED STATES GEOJLOG 
ICAL SURVEY, 155 New 
Montgomery 

UNITED STATES HOTEL. 
George W Henrv propr, 306 Beale 

UNITED STATES LAND OF- 
FICE, William R Wheaton regis- 
ter, 610 Commercial 

UNITED STATES LAW AS- 
SOCIATION, Holden and Sauf- 
lev directors, 202 Sansom 

UNITED STATES MINT, NW 
cor 5th and Mission 

UNITED STATES NAVY 
PAY OFFICE, James Pulton 
director, 434 California 

UNITED STATES RAIL- 
WAY MAIL SERVICE, 
H J McKusick superintendent, 606 
Montgomery 



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TREASURY, William Sherman 
assistant treasurer, 608 Commercial 

United Workingmeu 'a Co-operative Boot 
and Shoe Co, 416 Market 

Universal Marine Insurance Co ^London), 
I Theobald & Co agents, 419 Cal 

University City College, 125 Haight 

University California Land Department, 
I H Harris agent, 310 Pine 

Universitv School, George Bates princi- 
pal, 320 Eddy 

Unna Jacob, feather dusters, 157 New 
Montgomery 

Unresch Adolph, wines and liquors, SW 
cor Dupont and Bush 

Unwin E, sign polish, 751 Market 

UPSTONE JOHN, manuf "Cham- 
pion T" iron wheelbarrow, and house- 
smith, 122 Spear 

Upton Vernon, printer, 518 Sacramento 

Urban Jacob, wines and liquors, 317 
Montgomery Ave 

Urban Joseph, musician, 509 Kearny 

Uri Felix, butcher, 20 San Francisco Mar- 
ket 

Urner John, wine 5 and liquors, 2122 
Mission 

Urruela & Urioste (John and Francis 
Urruela and Adolph and George D 
Urioste), commission merchants, 405 
Front 

Ury Sol H, butcher, 1903 Geary 

Uasellini A, bakery, 331 4th 

Uszynski B Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 2247 
Mission 

Utschig Adolph, bootmaker, 1613 Polk 

Utsehig John, bootmaker, 326 Bush 

Utter F W, mining secretary, 112 Leid 



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Vahlb Henry, liquor saloon, 65 4th 
Vale Charl -s & Son (Charles Jr), hard- 
ware, 1309 Polk 
Valencia Domingo, ph/sician, 1609 Pow 
VALENTINE JOHN J, general 

superintendent Wells, Fargo & Co, 

320 Sansom 
Valente Lnigi, bakery, 216 Broadway 
Valkyrien (Weekly Danish), Charles A 

Henry publisher and propr, 4oy 

Washington 
Vallet Charles, liquor salooon, NE cor 

Harrison and nth 
Valpcy John \V, physician, 868] Mission 
Valentine T 15, real estate, 517 Clay 
Van Alan W K, real estate agent, 625 

Montgomery 
Van Bergen August, liquor saloon, 426 

Sanson 



Van Bergen N & Co (L F Holtz and J W 
Van Bergen), wholesale liquors, 413- 
415 Clay 
Van Blarcom A Linej, commission mer- 
chant. 214 San>om 
Van Brunt K X, mining secretary, 31S 

Pine 
Van Clief P, attorney at law, 310 Pine 
Van Court J F, carriage trimmer, 108 

Jessie 
Van Crombrugghe A L, dentist, 609 Sac 
Van Denburgh Alison, dentist, 134 Geary 
Van Denburyh Daniel, dentist, 229 Geary 
VAI I> E R XAILLEX 
ALBERT, professor engineering, 
24 Post 
Van Der Sweep James, photographer, 64 

3rd 
Van Duzer A P, attorney at law, 6 U S 

Court Building 
VAN DYKE A POWELL (Wal- 
ter Van Dyke and H A Powe'l), at- 
torneys at law, 103 Montgomery 
Van Geistcfield H L, hair-dresser, 633 Pac 
Van Glahn John H, goceriesand liquors, 

NE cor 22nd and Chattanooga 
Van Housen William, butcher, NE cor 

Eddy and Mason 
Van Laak Lambert, propr Eureka Broom 

Factorv, 215 Sacramento 
VAN L.OREN SELS P J, attor- 
ney at law, 530 California 
VAN NESS T C, attorney at law, 

21 Davis 
Van Noorden William, liquor saloon, cor 

Mission and Erie 
VAN NORDEN Sl GILMORE 
(R T Van Norden and John H Gil- 
more), real estate agents, 607 Mont 
Van Oterendorp K, agent Oregon Steam 

Ship Co, 210 Battery 
Van Praag Samuel, cigars. 30 Mont 
Van Rensselaer P S, mining, 310 Pine 
Van Revnegom F W, attorney at law, 

531 Calif Mrnia 
Van Sohaick L H, attorney at law, 606 

Montgomery 
Van Tine John, "hair-dresser, 3000 Miss 
Van Vlack Durbin, wood carver, 432 

Montgomery 
Van Vliet Leon, pawnbroker, 50*1 Kearny 
Van Wie Arie, carpenter, 123 9th 
VAN WINKLE ISA CO. Im- 
porters and dealers in iron, steel and 
heavy hardware, 418-415 Market 
Van Zamlt .1 W, physician, 900 Lea? 
Vandall George, oakery, 1418 Btockton 
Vandell L Mrs, baft n< la 

VWOERSMCE W K A CO, 
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VAXOXIZ MARK & CO (H 

Scott),proprs Empire Restaurant, 146 
2nd 
Vansteenburg J E, watchmaker, 401 Mont- 
gomery ave 
Vansteenbuig M, confectioner, 401 Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Vanvlack Gilbert J, physician, 6 Eddy 
Varndell Catherine, bakery, 906 Valencia 
Vaseoncellos J J, hardware, 524 Wash 
Vaslit F S, physician, 515 Kearny 
VASS AIIL.T FERDI3J AXD , 
real estate broker, 320 Sansom, and 
sec California Pioneers, 808 Mont 
Vasselin H, toys, 540 Hayes 
Vaughn A H, (estate of), wines and liq- 
uors, 21 Leidesdorff 
Vaughan Frederick, manager Union 

News Co, SE cor Sansom and Wash 
Vaughan J W, photographer, 724i Mar- 
ket 
Vecci Guisseppe, merchant tailoi, 118 

Montgomery Ave 
VJBGTS «& KOK (George Vegts and 
Teunis Kok), coopers and oil dealers, 
143 Minna 
Veitch Parrv, bootmaker, 3001 Mission 
VELBERT JOHN 8, cigar factory, 

418 Hayes 
Venable Simeon, attorney at law, 8? 

Montgomery Block 
VEXARD €r, coffee and spice factory, 

625-627 Front 
Vermekohl Bros (John and Benjamin), 

groceries and liquors, 1200 Pacific 
Verbarg Henry, groceries and liquors, 156 

Clara 
Verd»n Alice, shirtmaker, 308£ Stockton 
Vendenal D F, mining secretary, 6 327 

Pine 
YERHENAL. J M, attorney at law, 

526 Montgomery 
Verdenhalven John, groceries and liq- 
uors, 400 6th 
Verdier, Moreau & Co (Gaston Verdier 
and George Moreau), wholesale dry 
goods, NE cor Montgomery and Sut 
Vergez C Muie, dressmaker, 627 Union 
Verhagen Adolph, japanner, 202 Powell 
Vermeil John L, haj- and grain, 60S 4th 
Vernon S L Mrs, crape dyer, 114 Turk 
Verrill C M, sawsmith, 645 Mission 
Vesting Fritz, liquor saloon, 638 Com 
Vetter Frederick, tailor, 1145 Market 
Vetter Helen Mrs, varieties, 511 Bryant 
Viannay Alexander, silk factory, 300 Post 
Viaud Leon, carpenter, 1604 Stockton 
Vibert Maxim, wines and liquors, 518 

Valencia 
VICE THOMAS, boat builder, 42 

Steuart 
Vicini Peter, fruits, SW cor Pacific and 
Mason 



Vickers John L, propr Veranda House, 

509 Washington 
Vickery William K, engravings, 126 Kear 
Vidak Luua, restaurant, 648 4th 
Vidal R, veterinary surgeon, 645 Vallejo 
Vidaver H Rev, rabbi Congregation Sher- 

ith Israel, res E s Jones bet Bush and 

Sutter 
VIE\XA MODEL BAKERY 

AXD CAFE', Arsene L Burcke, 

props 205 Kearny 
Vignier A, wholesale wines and liquors, 

429-431 Battery 
Villedieu Charles, wines and liquors, 111 

Dupont 

Villegia L J, gun maker, 624 Washington 
Villemeur Joseph, bootmak r, 4 Summer 
Vincent Frank, florist, 321 Montgomery 

Avenue 
Vincent, Sevin & Co (Eugene Thiele) 

seedsmen, 607 Sansom 
, Violich Antonio, restaurant, 727 Davis 
Violich Nicolo, wines and liquors, cor 

Merrimac and Kentucky 
Virginia & Gold Hill Water Co, 61 Nevada 

Block 
Virginia & Truckee Railroad Co, S P 

Smith sec, 426 California 
i Vits Jacob, bakery, 1205 Polk 
I Vivien August, florist, 129 Ellis 
Vlautin Joseph, restaurant, 283 East 
Vlautin Paul, coffee saloon, 715 Davis 
Voecke & Jordan (Gustave C Voecke and 

H C Jordan), cigars, SW cor Mont- 
gomery & Pacific 
Vogel Jacob, tailor, 407 Bush 
Vogel M, liquor saloon, 114 Hayes 
Vogel & Hahn, news dealers, 423 Wash 
Vogeley J & Brother (Charles C), candy, 

915 Market 
Vogelsang & Gruen (Max Vogelsang and 

Julius Gruen), liquor saloon, 142 4th 

and 215 3rd 
Voges George, wines and liquors, 125 Post 
Vogh Louis, shooting gallery, 202 Dup 
Voisinet & Thomas (Jules E Voisinet and 

J Thomas), hair-dressers, 545 Merch 
Volkman C M & Co, commiasion merch- 
ants, 319 Washington 
Vollers Charles, groceries and liquors, 

971 Harrison 
VOLLMAR JAMES, pres and 

manager The Country Real Estate 

Associates, 40 California 
VOLXMER HEXRY, liquor sa- 
loon, SW cor Pacific and East 
Vollmcr John, groceries and liquors, 737 

Turk 
j Volpert W A, cigars, 229^ Montgomery 

Avenue 
| Volz August, bakery, 109 3rd 
Von Ahnden John H, cigars, 5 Kearny 
Von Ammon Bernhard, agent. 123 Cal 



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VOX ASPKRM JOH\, liquor sa- 
loon, 415 Pine 

Von der Lieth F H, druggist, NE cor 
Broadway and Powell 

Von der Nienburg William A, liquor sa- 
loon, BW or California and Drumm 

Von Eniden I, blacksmith, NW cor 5th 
and Clara 

Von Qlahn Christian, groceries and liq- 
uors, 120 14th 

Von Hadcln John, groceries and lienors, 
1601 Powell 

Von Harten Louis, groceries and liquors, 
NW cor 6th and Brannan 

Von Helens & (Sealing (Mrs Matilda Von 
Helens and .Miss Kate Ousting), coffee 
saloon, 514 3rd 

Von Hoffmann Carl, physician, 209 
Geary 

Von Leiciit F, civil engineer, 432 Mont- 
gomery 

VOX LOESECKE PERCY, com- 
mission stock broker, 121 Sansom 

Von Luedinghausen Oscar W, drqggist, 
510 Hayes 

Von Rhein ft Hyland (Otto F Von Rhein 
and Henry J Hvland), real estate 
agents, 644 Market 

Von Uonn & Hcncke Bros (William Von 
Ronn and H Hencke), commission 
merchants, 414 Clay 

Von Schmidt A W, civil engineer, 808 
Montgomery 

Von Soosten & Ahrens (Louis Von Soosten 
and Wirken Arhens), groceries and 
liquors, 2000 Folsom 

Von Staden D C, groceries and liquors, 
BW cor Steuart and Mission 

Von Staden & Deimer (George Von Staden 
and John Deimer), liquor saloon, 901 
Kearny 

Von Wicks August, gardener, 390 Fran- 

VOORIIEES JAMES, attorney at 

law, Unit d States Claim Agent, col- 
lector of soldiers and sailors claims, 
travel pay, bounties, pensions fee, 
4u. r > Kearny 

Vorrath Henry, groceries and liquors, 
BW cor Point Lobos and Johnston 
Avenues 

Vorrath M D, paper hanger and painter, 
509 Kearny 

Vortman Henry, liquor saloon, 160 Steu- 
art 

Vorwerch Charles, restaurant, 1S19 Pow- 
ell 

Vulcan Powder Co, Hamilton Smith Jr 
pres, R L Shainwald sec, 123 Oal 

Vulicevich M, commission merehant, 520 
Sansom 

Vuscovich C, cigars, n>r Montgomery 
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Waas George, Teutonia Gardens, S2 cor 

German ia and Steiner 
Wachsmutta William, cigars, 200- 
Wackett & Blower (Henry Waekett and 
William E Blower), wood and willow 
ware. 640 Market 
Wade u- oh n, attorney at law, 66 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Wade Thoiims, dentist, 27 Geary 
Wade W w. livery stable. 7o> Broadway 
WAJDHAMS A EM,IOTT(Wil 
liam Wadhama and Henry A Elliott), 
wholesale grocers (Portland, Oregon), 
and forwarding and commission mer- 
chants, 206 Front 
Wadsworth lh ose, Mrs E J Dickinson 

proprss, 225 Mush 
Wadsworth J <' L. mining, 401 California 
Wadsworth William K, sec California Bi- 
ble Society. 102 Front 
Wadsworth William B ft Son (Benjamin 
C), merchandise brokers and com- 
mission merchants, 402 Front 
Wagener & Besecke (Joseph E Wagener 
and William Besecke), painters and 
whiteners, 1906 Larkin 
Wager Frederick, wines and liquors, 31S 

Howard 
Wagner A Mrs, dressmaker, 1504 Mason 
Wagner Adam, propr Union Hotel, 34 

Hayes 
Wagner Charles F. wholesale cattle butch- 
er, 43(5 Kearnv 
WAftXER EDWARD L, wines 

and liquors. 1232 Dupont 
Wagner F, watches and jewelri , 223 Kear 
Wagner F C ft Bro (L), porkpackers, i-.' 

San Francisco Market 
Wagner Henry B, house-painter. 637 Cal 
Wagner Jacob, bricklayer, 516 Kearny 
Wagner John, physician, ll."> Stockton 
Warner John, physician, 2016 Mission 
Wagner Joseph ft Co iM O'Brien), mill 

furnishing g Is, 105-107 Missina 

Wagner M Mrs, dressmaker, 1024J Larkin 
Wagner Phillips, butcher, BE cor Sutter 

and Fillmore 
Wagner Theodore, S Surveyor General, 
610 Commercia] 

Wagner k Haul. (Phillip Wagner and 

Phillip Haub), butchers, 801 Union 
Wagner ft Todl (L Wagner and K TodtX 

propn 1'acitic OoppOT Workb, 565 

Mission 
WahlheiOtto, butcher, 912 MHO 
Wahmuth k Meyer (Menry Wahmuth and 

Chris Meyer), wines and liquor-. Ml 
4th and B61J Folsom 
Waibel w Mme, dressmaker, 208 16th 






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Wainwright William, restaurant, 11 9th 

Waite Edwin G, U S Naval Officer Port of 
San Francisco Custom-house 

Waite Talbot & Co, livery stable, 1211 
Mason 

Waitz A, attorney at law 606 Mont 

Waizman M, manuf paper-boxes, 539 Mar- 
ket 

Wakefield Leland H, commission mer- 
chant, 22 California 

Wakefield Rattan Co (Boston), Robert 
Coulter agent, 38 Geary 

WAKEFIELD S R A CO (Sam 
Bell Wakefield and A W Fobter), 
stockbrokers, 322 Pine 

Wakelee H P & Co, druggists. 142 Mont 

WAKELIXG LOTTIE MRS, 
magnetic healer, 1126 Market 

WAKELIXtt A SOX, manuf s 
magnetic oil, 1126 Market 

Walch Thomas H & Co (Lawrence Dun- 
ney), liquor saloon, SW cor Howard 
and 4th 

Walcom George, furniture, and uphol- 
sterer, 109 Stockton 

WALRECBL BROS (Ernest and 
Frederick), wines and liquors, 22 1st 

Walder George, butcher, 30S 5th 

Waldo Lodging House, N II Gordon 
propr, 733 Market 

WALDROX DA\IEL JE. attor- 
ney at law, 230 California 

Waldstein Abraham, propr Pioneer Cigar 
Box Factory, Berry near 6th and 
lithographic steam printer and zinc- 
ographer, 320 Sansom 

Walford WLliam E, oyster saloon, 32 San 
Francisco Market 

WALKER GEORGE TV. 
bootmaker, 11 Sutter 

Walker H W, assayer and bullion refiner, 
109 Montgomery Block 

Walker John, wines and liquors, 32 Steu- 

art 
I Walker Phillip H, liquor saloon, 207 Dup 

WALKER WILLIAM H, sec- 
retary S F Produce Exchange, 302 
Davis 

Walker & Felix (Thomas Walker and Jos 
Felix), wines and liquors, SW cor 
Jackson and Kearny 

Walkinton S B, machine works, 109-111 
Mission 

Walkup W D & Co (W B Walkup) map 
and chart mounters, 540 Clay 

Wall C L & Co (A Rutherford), livery sta- 
ble, 33 6th 

Wall J S & Co, merchants (Princeton & 
Willows, Colusa Co), 302 Davis 

Wall Robert, hair-dresser, 313 East 

Wallace R B, attorney at law, 636 Clay 

Wallace Thomas, mining operator, 240 
Montgomery 



Wallace William T, attorney- at law, 640 

Clay 
Wallace &. Clack (E A Wallace and Wil- 
1'am Ciack), proprs Hayes Valley Ad- 
vertiser, 6U3 Laguna 
Wallace & Hassett (John Wallace and 
William J Hassett), book and job 
printers, 419 Sacramento 
Waller A Mrs, liquor saloon, 351 3rd 
WALLER C A CO (Carston Win- 
ter), liquor saloon, NW cor Jackson 
and East 
Waller Chris k Bro (Claus), groceries, 

liquors, wood and coal, 137 Oak 
WALLER A FISCHER (Died 
rich Waller and William Fischer), 
groceries and liquors, SE cor Jackson 
and Drumm 
Wallerstein Louis, merchant (Mammoth 

City, Mono Co), 214-216 Pine 
Wailmann & Brothers (Christian and Ju- 
lius), watchmakers and jewelers, 212 
Montgomery 
WALMSLEY WILLIAM W, 
plumber, gas-fitter and manuf safety 
machine, 923 Market 
Walsh D V Mrs, fancy goods, 905£ Market 
(Walsh Edward, liquor saloon, 641 Mission 
Walsh Edward, liquor saloon, SE cor Ma- 
son and Bay 
Walsh Elizabeth M Mrs, nurse, 521 Edis 
Walsh Henry J. liquor saloon, 333 3rd 
Walsh James, bootmaker, 208 1st 
"WALSH M, moulding and planing 

mills, NW cor Valencia and 22nd 
> Walsh Margaret Mrs, boys' clothing, 521 

Ellis 
i Walsh Mary Mrs, boarding, 422 Drumm 
WALSH MICHAEL, cooper and 

dealer in barrels, 2C4-206 Com 
Walsh Simon T, real estate, 330 Pine 
j Walsh Stephen C, collector, 123 Cal 
[ Walsh Thomas, cigars, 121 6th 
| Walsh Thomas F, boots and shoes, 1153 

Folsom 
Walsh William Rev, assistant pastor St 

Patricks Cathedral, 744 Mission 
Walsh William D, painter and whitener, 

5 Eiliot Park 
i Walter Albert, hair-dresser, 1741 M'ssion 
Walter D N & E & Co (David N and 
Emanuel Walter, Herman N Moritz 
and Daae N Walter), wholesale car- 
pets, etc, NW cor Bat and Market 
I Walter G F Mrs, costumer, 11 Geary 
j Walt r Herman, groceries, 231 10th 
! Walter M & Co (Max and Thomas Wal- 
ter), wholesale liquors, 621 Sansom 
' Walterstein Frank, liquor saloon, 800 

Kearny 
| Walton J R, dairy, 408 Tehama 
I Walton N C, asphaltum roofing material, 
219 Missio?i 



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Walworth J J, swimming baths, foot of 

Jones 
Walz Charles, bootmaker, 403 Sutter 
Wambach Charles, wines and liquors, 

1135 Dupont 
Wand & Co (Samuel and Joseph Wand), 

dry -nods, 212 Gth 
Wanck Edward, hai .--dresser, 144 3rd 
WAXGEXHEIM SOL, & CO 
(Simon and Juda Newman), nianuf of 
hermetically-sealed goods, 118-126 
Davis 
Wangenheim, Sternheim & Co (Emil 
Wangenheim and Samuel Sternheim), 
wholesale crookerv, glassware, etc, 
127-129 Sansom 
Wannenmacher & Kronenberg (Robert 
Wannenmacher and Frederick Kron- 
enberg), proprs United States Brew- 
ery, >.E tor McAllister and Franklin 
Wanz John I), butcher, NW cor Colum- 
bia and ?4th 
WAXZEJ& L M F, physician, 130 

Geary 
Wanzer M L, carpenter, 1331 Bush 
Wappel Michael, restaurant, 204-206 4th 
Warburton Anna Mrs, dressmaker, 1060 

Howard 
Warburton E P Mrs, proprss Clarendon 

House, 142| 4th 
Ward A J, hair-dresser, 665 Mission 
Ward Christopher, tailor, 681 Mission 
Ward D Henshaw, secretary Res Montes 

Mining Co, 18 Nevada Block 
Ward James C, notary public, 428 Mont 
Ward John B, inventor, 202 Sansom 
WARD JOHN T & CO. agents 

Napa Soda Springs, 11 Druiiun 
Ward Mary E Mrs, Kindergarten, 151& 

Sacramento 
Ward M M, druggist, 61 2nd 
Ward Thomas, broom maker, 27 Drumm 
Ward William, liquor saloon, 9"9 Musion 
Ward William ft Co, wholesale liquors, 509 

Sacramento 
WARD WILLIAM L, assistant 
secretary Spring Valley Water Worka 
516 California 
Warde M & Co, wholesale liquors, 313- 

315 Battery 
Warden William II & Co (P L McClure), 

contractor and teamster, 312 Post 
Warder Bessie Mrs, music teacher, 22 

Montgomery 
Warhmbron Alexander, tailor, 805 Clay 
Warmbath Max, hair-dr s<er,i<i Stockton 
Warner Abraham, liquor saloon, NW cot- 
Francisco and MeiggS Wharf 
Warner Alexander, dentist. 824 Kearny 
Warnken Hermann F. groceries and li- 
quors, 100 Fram i~.- i 
Warren August, fancy goods, 107 flth 
Wanvn Henry, plumber, M7 Valencia 



Warren James, wood carver, 134-136 
Main 

Warren James L L F, propr California 
Farmer 320 Clay 

Warren J II Re/, superintendent Home 
Missionary Society of California Ara- 
zona and Nevada, 7 Montgomery Ave 

Warren John & Co, collectors, 2(A) McAl- 
lister 

Warren S P & Co (FrederickR Wetmore), 
stockbrokers, 411 California 

Warschauer M Mrs, teacher needle-work, 
427 Turk 

Warschauer Mannheim, cigars, 321 Cal 

Warschauer Morris, harnessmaker, 305 
Davis 

Warwick William, hardware, 757 How 

Wash M, boots a. id shoes, 27 3rd 

Washburn Albert, propr Stockton Mill, 
S s Berry bet 4th and 5th 

Washburn & Randall (Henry Washburn 
and — Randall), horse and mule mar- 
ket, SE cor Bryant and 5th 

Washington Brewery, Clans Wreden & 
Co proprs, SE cor Lombard and Tay- 
lor 

Washington Flour Mills, Dohnnann & 
Co proprS, NW cor Wash and Drumm 

Washington Hotel, Patrick Collins propr, 
519 Mission 

WASHIXOTOX IRR1 WAT- 
ED COLOXY (The Fresno Co), 
Wendell Kaston general manager, 22 
Montgomery 

WASHIXWTOX LIVERY A 
SALE STABLE, Charlton A 
Gl -i >cper proprs, 9 Washington near 
East 

WASIIIXOTOX MARKET, 
515-523 Washington 

Wass II A, upholsterer, 804 Larkin 

Waterbury W M, advertising agent, 622 
Clay " 

Waterhouse k Lester (C Waterhouse), 
Importers wagon lumber and carriage 
material, 29 Fremont and 117 Market 

Waterman Edwin K, flour inspector, 318 
Front 

Waterman Frederick II, attorney at law, 
12 18 Montgomery Block 

WATERJIA* JOHN U . 
ies and liquors, 733 Montgomery 

Waterman K II, marine surveyor, 12 Oal 

Waterman & Co (Adolph Pfister, 

and Herman Waterman and II. my 

B Truebenbach), commission met 

chants, 113 (la\ 

Waters Arthur, livery stable, 1000 deary 

Wat.r-. Charles, plumber. 30 o'Farrell 

Watkin William li, real estate agent, 138 

California 
WatkinsC B, stereoscopic view*, i 

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Watkins & Co (Samuel Watkins and Al- 
bert Butt), butchers, 501 4th 
WATSOX ALEXANDER, au 

ditor and accountant, 309 California 
Watson Charles H, accountant, 302 Mont 
Watson George P J, accountant, 302 Mont 
Watson H H, ma-ine surseyor State In- 
vestment and Insurance Co, 218 San 
Watson L Mrs, teacher dre.ss-cutting, 

1008^ Market 
Watson, "La Grange & Gibson (Thomas L 
Watson, O H La Grange and George 
R Gibson), bankers and brokers, 324 
Pine 
Watson Warren M, wholesale cigars, 302 

Front 
WATSOX WILLIAM H, min- 

ing agent and secretary, 302 Mont 
Watson & Co (Martin V B Watson) 
manufs and wholesale corks, life pre- 
servers, etc, 319 Battery 
Watterson George T, contractor, 638 Mar- 
ket 
Wattiez Leopold, liquor saloon, 351 16th 
Wattson S B & Co, manufs cigars, 221-225 

Front 
WATOHALEXAXDEB & CO 
(W Waugh and George Miller), whole- 
sale and retail junk, 112 Main 
Waymire James A, attorney at law, 320 

Sansom 
Weaver Dwight S, stoves, tinware etc, 

1226 Market and 153 3rd 
Weaver H, harnessmaker, 14 Turk 
Weaver Thomas J, carriage painter, SE 

cor 8th and Howard 
Webb Charles C, stockraiser, 405 Front 
WERR H WATSON, attorney at 

law, 641 Merchant 
Webb Matthew R, importer cloths and 
propr San Jose Woolen Mills, 541 
Market 
Webber Joseph, hair-dresser, 631 Union 
Web r Adolph G, president Humboldt 

Savings and Loan Society, 18 Geary 
Weber Charles, collector and general in- 
surance agent, 425 California 
Weber Charles, hair-dresser, 152 Steuart 
Weber Ernst, pork packer, 4-5 New Met- 
ropolitan Market 
Weber F C, bootmaker, 621 California 
Weber Frank, tailor, 111 Stevenson 
Webt;r G & Co (William Branschcid), boot- 
makers, 632 Commercial 
Weber George, liquor saloon, 418 Broad 
Weber Julius, bakery, 200 11th 
Weber M, aspha'tum roofer, 14£ Mont- 
gomery Ave 
Weber Max, watchmaker, 1266 Market 
Weber T H, groceries aiui liquors, SWcor 

Point Lobos Ave and Boyce 
Weber & Marin (A Weber and Jacob Ma- 
rin), liquor saloon, 233 15th 



Webster T, bootmaker, 623 Howard 

Webster William M, agent California As 
sociated Press, 302 Montgomery 

Webster W W, manuf saws and saw teeth 
45 Fremont 

Wedekind George L, clerk Justices' Court 
Old City Hall 

Wedel C J, collector, 609 Sacramento 

Wedcl John G, liquor saloon, SW cor Pa- 
cific and Drumm 

Wedemeyer Frederick W, liquor saloon, 
Railroad Ave bet 5th and 6th Aves 

Weed & Gorie (James Gorie), wood and 
coal, 927 Market 

AVEER & KI\<- WELL (Joseph 
H Weed and Vincent Kingwell),proprs 
California Brass Works, 125 1st 

Weeden E H Miss, propr Clarke Institute, 
239 O'Farrcli 

Weedon Edward M, livery stable, 2111 
Polk 

WEEKES WILLIAM J J, 
plumber and gasfitter, 1526 Stockton 

Weeks F L, physician, 514 Kearny 

Weeks S F & Co, propr s Pacific Oakum 
Factory, cor Harrison and 18th 

Weeks William H, liquor saloon, 509 Val- 
encia 

WEEMS JAMES P, coal dealer, 
234 5th an J. 403 Clementina 

Weerbrauck F, upholsterer, 20th bet Capp 
and Miss'on 

Wefelsburg A B, physician, 868 Mission 

Wegener F O, notary public, 404 Mont 

Wegener Richard, mining secretary. 414 
California 

WEHR FREDE RICK, carpenter 
and builder, 40 Jackson 

WEHR HEXRY, liquor saloon, 40 
Jackson 

WEICHART JOH\. propr Cali- 
fornia Tool Works, 143-145 Beale 

Weihe August, money broker, 400 Mont- 
gomery 

Weihmaw Charles, liquor saloon, 777 Miss 

Weil Bros (William and Leopold), whole- 
sale liquors, 213 Jackson 

Weil Bros & Co (Abraham and Moses 
Weil), importers dry goods, 21 Bat 

Weil M, manuf sausages, 108 Dupont 

Weil & Michels (Leopold Weil and Leo- 
pold Michels), wholesale gents' fur- 
nishing goods, 8 Battery 

Weil & Woodleaf (Mayer" Weil, Henry 
Woodleaf and Theodore Weil), whole- 
sale furnishing goods, etc, 113 Bat 

Weinberg Loub, tailor, 304 16th 

Weindorf Jacob, fruit, 140 4th 

Weiner Henrietti Mrs, bakerv, 225 5th 

WEIXER SIMOX, cigar manuf 
(white labor), 1313 Pacific 

Weinocl & Kuehn merchants, (F Weinoel 
and V Kuehn), carpenters, 137 13th 



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Weinstock & Lubin (Sacramento), A Bon" 

hcim purchasing agent, 524 Market 
Weir K Mrs, dressmaker, 332 Hayes 
Weir & (fetes (W G Weir and Joseph B 

Gates), cabinetmakers, 221 Mission 
WEISS WILLIAM, manuf and 

dealer cigars and tobacco, 154 2nd 
Wei>ci Phillip H, dairy produce, 1405 

Stockton 
Weisenborn Frederick, propr Presidio 

Hou.-e, BE cor Lombard and Lyon 
Weisheimer Charles, butcher, 450 16th 
Weiss E Mrs, teacher music, 10U4 Market 
Weiss E M, physician, 2114 Mission 
Weiss Jacob, tailor, 1 Eddy 
Weiss Lena Mrs, nurse, 26 Lewis 
Wei>s If, printer, 31 J Lattery 
Wei. s Oswald Rev, res 2114 Mission 
Weiss Philip, druggist, XE cor 19th and 

Mission 
Welbv John, butcher, SE cor 15th Ave 

and J' 
Welch Alfred J, attorney at law, 434 Cal 
Welch & Co (Andrew Welch), commission 

merchants, 109 California 
Weldon W E, resident physician St. Luke's 

Hospital, E s Valencia bet 27th and 

28th 
Weletskv Vladimir, consul Russia, 7 South 

Park 
Well brock & Schroder (Henry Wellbrock 

and Henry Schroder), groceries and 

liquors, 214 Davis 
Wellington B F, seeds, plants, etc, 425 

Washington 
Wellington Colliery (Departure Bay, B 

C), Dunsmuir .V Diggle agts, 620 East 
WEL.L.3IAX, PE(K & CO (Bels 

Wellman, Jane E Peek and Timothy 

L Barker), importers a-id wholesale 

grocers, 126-132 Market and 23-25 

California 
Wells A J Rev, pastor Grace M E Church, 

res Mi-si. m bet 18th and 19th 
Wells Charles, stationery, 334 Sutter 
WEJLL.S CHARLES II, shipping 

and commission merchant and agent 

Puget Sound Line sailing \ essels and 

steamer Empire, 20 California 
Wells Emil Mine, dressmaker, 230 O'Far- 

rell 
Wells F Marion, sculptor, 757 Mis ion 
WELLS, FAKCiO A CO, Lloyd 

T | is president, hankers, NE C 'T I ..I 

iforoia and Sansom 
WELLS, PABGOA COS EX- 
PRESS, John J Valentine general 
Mipei intendent, 320 Bansom 
Wells Francis H.attornej at law, 408 Mont 
•TELLS JOHN II, watchmaker and 

jeweler, -J'.'.") \< th 

Wells J T, physician, 306 Kearnj 

Wells Levi, b »rs< sb ■• r, 1380 Market 



Wells, Russell ft Co 'Asa R Wells, I 

Russell and Seeley B Lyon), propri 
Mechanics' Mills, SW cor Mission and 
Fremont 

Welp Qeorge II F, boots and shoes, 2054 
Mission 

Welsh rfohn, Kqnor baloon, NW cor 25th 
and Howard 

Welsh Thomas J, architect, 302 Mont 

Welsh, Walsh ft Co (Charles Welsh, Mar- 
tin Walsh and Rem > Angelo), proprs 
Pioneer Soda Works, ITiM Market 

Welsh ft Hemly (Martin Welsh and Mi- 
chael Hendy), horse clippers, 220 Ellis 

WFLSPIEL W & CO (William 
W< Lspiel). rl »ris s, 117 Sutter 

tVA LSPI EL A F A H R E N [ - 
HOLZ (Jacob Welspiel and Henry 
Fahrenhoiz), florists, 121 Butter 

Welton Thomas H, junk, 405 Spear 

WEMPS BROS (Henry, Wilhelm, 
Frank and Gerhard), paper box and 
collar manufs, 569 Market 

Wempe H L, plumber, SW cor Valencia 
and 22nd 

Wempj Lena Mrs, bakery, SW cot Valen- 
cia and 22nd 

Wende Paul D, stationery, BE COT 0th 
and Market 

Wendorff Emma Mrs, dressmaker. 1220 
Powell 

Wensinger F S, real estate, 624 8 

Wentworth I M Boot and Shoe Co, mannfa 
boots and shoes, J D Hooker agent, 
537 Market 

Wentworth J P H, propr Resources of 
California, 320 Sansom 

Wenzel George F, watchmaker, 109 6th 

Wen/.el Hermann, watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 328 K amy 

Wenzel, Rothschild -v Hadenteidt (Ed- 
ward Wenzel, Baruch Rothschild and 
Charles Hadenfeldt), propra Califor- 
nia Jewelry Fuatory, 87 Post 

Wencell William T druggist, 862 Market 

Werder Max J, homosopathic physician, 
1 •■ ary 

Weiling Jacob, cabinetmaker, 1132 For* 

Werlitz Hem - 'th 

Wei ner (;, tan r, 631 Merchant 

Werner George, butcher, 1643 Polk and K 

b Union bet Octaviaand Lagnna 

Werner N, butcher. 910 Bryant 

Werner R lira, milliner, To? Market and 

11 Geary 
Wertheimer L & B (Leopold and Rman- 

el), * urs and toba 

1 t ..tit 
Wertheimer ft Bro (Isaac and 

manuff Front 

Wertheimer & Simon M Wertheimer and 

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Wertsch William, carriage maker, 

Tyler 
Wessell John, wines ami liquors, SE cor 

Powell and Union 
Westing H J, hay, grain, etc, 1515 Geary 
Wesson J W, lumber, SE cor Spear and 

H oward 
W< st The, C H Street propr, 419 Pine 
West Coast Furniture Co, Charles J Mc- 
Allister manager, factory NW cor 4th 
and Bryant, salesroom 601-603 Mkt 
West Edward H, carpenter, 619 Hyde 
Wt-t M B, j iris' school, 1001 Sutter 
WESTOAKLANO MASONIC 
HALL A\D BU1LDIXG 



102 WESTERX l T XIO\ TELE- 
GRAPH CO, James Gamble gen- 
eral superintendent,300 Montgomery; 
Branch Offices — Pacific Mail Steam- 
ship Co Dock, Stanford Hotel, Palace 
Hotel, Occidental Hotel, Baldwin 
Hotel, 232 Front sreet, 10 Market 
street, Market Street Wharf, Presi- 
dio, 222 Sansom, cor Powell and 
Union, 205 Sutter, 833 Sutter, 961 
Mission, 19th and Mission, cor Hayes 
and Laguna, cor Fillmore and Cal- 
ifornia, S P R R Passenger Depot, S 
P R R Freight Depot, C P R R 
Freight Depot 



ASSOCIATION, A Sbarboro Westhaus Mary Mrs, dressmaker, 39 5th 



secretary. 531 Washington 
WEST OARLAXI) MUTUAL, 
LOAX ASSOCIATION, N 

Giamboni president, A Sbarboro sec- 
retary, 531 Washington 
West R B, watches and jewelry, 407 Rear 
West William, teacher music, io31 Sutter 
Westall John, feathers, 764 Mission 
Westchester Fire Insurance Co, E E Pot- 
ter atrent, 200 Sansom 
Westcott A R Mrs, bakery, 1535 Geary 
Westerfeld Herman, manager Potrcro 
Yeast and Distidery Co, cor Nevada ; 
and Minnesota 
Westerfeld & Page (W Westerfeld and 
Gustave L Page), bakery and r es- 
taurant, 715 Market 
Westerman John, tailor, 668 Howard 
WESTERX ABDITIOX LO- 
CAL Alfred Beard publisher, 1715 
Polk 



Westheimer & Kahn (John F Westheimer 
and Solomon Kahn), coffee saloon, 
322 Montgomery 

Westminster, Louis Levy propr, 614 
Sutter 

WESTON A S A J E, riding 
school and livery stable, 1537 Mission 

Weston Charles W, box manuf, 119 Beale 

Weston William, bakery and restaurant, 
9 Stockton 

Weston & Sparks (Samuel W Weston and 
Charles Sparks) carriagemakers. 2107 
Polk 

Wetherbee Charles L, manager Occiden- 
tal Hotel, E s Montgomery bet Sut- 
ter and Bush 

WETHERBEE GEORGE W, 
planing mills, NW cor 5th and 
Bryant 

Wetterman A, band-master, 19 Stockton 
Place 



WESTERN ASSURANCE CO. Wetti*- Theodore, wood and coal 



(Toronto, Canada), Butler & Halden 
Ltncral agents, 413 California 

Western Elect-ic Light Co, J Clem Fil- 
ler secretary, 328 Montgomery 

XVESTERV fire AXI) ma- 
rine INSURANCE CO OF 
CALI FORNIA, P J White pres- 
ident, Geor-e O Smith Jr secretary, 
409 California 

Wcste.n Hotel, Hugh Doherty prop 
Broadway 



Clementina 

Wetzel William, butcher, NW cor Folsom 
and 22nd 

Wetzler & Nelson, painters, 2 Tyler 

Wevl Brothers (Jonas Weyl), jewelers, 
* 110 Sutter 

WHALEX MAURICE H, boot- 
maker, 252 Beale 

Whalen J , tailor, 9 Geary 
214 Whalen John, hay, grain, etc, SW cor 
17th and Mission 



Svenkeson , Whale v. Bowley & Co (Harry A Whaley 
and Argil D Bowley), agents Light- 
WESTERN IRON WORKS, | ning Saw Machine, 105 Saramento 
Bigelow & Morris proprs, 316-318 | Whaley J D, attorney at law, 331 Mont 



Western House, Matson & 
proprs, 132-134 Steuart 



Mission 

Western Shorr Ice Co, H Stevenson pres- 
ident, E Russell secretary, 821 Bat 

WESTERN STRAW WORKS 
Lorenzo Lapham propr, 108 4th 

WESTERX WHITE LEAH 
WORKS. S s Brannan bet 7th 
and 8th 

Westfall Frederick, drayman, 3 Front 

Westfield George, liquor saloon, 308 4th 



g ornery 
Whalev M J, wood engraver, 120 Sutter 
WHALING JI, attorney at law, 622 

Clay 
Whan W W Mrs, dressmaker, 229 Hayes 
Whan & Co (W W Whan) wood and coal, 

806 Buchanan 
Whartenby James, capitalist, 612 Clay 
What Cheer House, R B Woodward propr, 

529 Sacramento 



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What Cheer Laundry, E T Tarbox propr, 

121 Leidesdorff 
Whear Timber, painter. 729 Folsom 
WHEAT CHARLES I>, notary 

public, conveyancer and commis- 
ioner deeds, 601 California 

WHEATLEY, I'OOli & CO 
(Elijah D Wheatley and John B 
Cook), real estate and busim 
1 4th 

Wheatley Klijah, loan broker, 1 4th 

Wheaton & Luhrs (George H W 

and N C Luhrs), whole-ale provis- 
ions, 219 Front 

Wheaton & Scrivner (M A Wheaton and 
J J Bcrivner), attorneys at law, 1-3 
Montgomery Block 

WHEELAXD BROS (Samuel and 
William), bakery and confectionery, 
22:12 Mission 

Wheelen John S, groceries, 430 13th 

Wheeler C H, physician, ^43 Mission 

Wheeler Clarence E, house painter, 2123 
Mission 

WHEELER E I>. attorney at law, 
Sate Ikj.osit Building, 328 .Mont 

WHEELER EDWIN O, attor- 
ney at law, Sate Deposit Building, 
328 Montgomery 

Wheeler Frederick A, merchandise bro- 
ker, 128 California 

Wheeler G B H, real estate, 584 Cal 

Wheeler James, attorney at law, 224 
Sansom 

Wheeler M Allison, mining, 315 California 

Wheeler W R, teacher languages, 104] 
--i'.n 

Wheeler William, hair-dresser, 614 Post 

WHEELER W W, business man- 
ager "The Golden Ei a.'' 328 Mont- 
gomery 

Wheeler ft Wils< n Manui Co, tewing ma- 
chines, 20 Geary 

Whelan John, liquor saloon, N K 1 or Tj - 
ler and Fillmore 

Whelan John A, shipwright, Folsom 
street Wharf 

Wherity i' & Son (Harry) groceries and 
liquors, 220 1st 

Whctton Catalina Mis. florist, 9 Eddy 

Whinnerv ft Richards (J C Whinnery and 
E <» Richards) dentists, L088 Sutter 

WHITAKEIt ALFRED B, li- 
brarian Mercantile Library, 210 Bush 

Whitcomb Edwin, contractor, 1926 Union 

Whitcomb J B, manager California Real 
Estate Co, 208 Montgomery 

White l» X T, dentist, 21 8 3rd 

WHITE R R, wood, coal, haj and 
grain, 024 J Folsom 

WHITE BROS '.ivt.r and N I., 

bardw 1 lumber and wagon mate- 
rial, 18-16 Bpear 



WHITE CARLOS, pro; 

Newspaper Publishing 
White C h anni n g, patent medii 
- Dsom 

White Charles, florist and land- 

dener, BE cor Hush and central Ave 
White 1» Mrs. coffee salron. BE COT butter 

and l»e\ isadero 
White Frederick, contractor, 816 Dupont 
White George, tinsmith, Folsom Street 

Wharf 
White Harvey G, ship-joint r. 20 - 
White Henry, hats and caps, 886 Kearny 

and 61 4-61 ri Commercial 
White Horace F, importer brushes, 

twt 
WHITK HOUSE HOTEL. B 

Coin & Co proprs, 420 Jackson 
White baa'- K. manui cigars, 22 - 
White James T & I 0, agents D Appleton 

ft Co (New York), 107 Montgomery 
WHITE JOIIV business manager 

Morning (all. 626 Montgomery 
White John W, butcher, NU 

and Mason 
White .1 W & Co (T M Crowe), butcher-. 

537 4th 
White L E, lumber, 15 Stcuart 
White Lovell, cashier and secretary S F 

Sai h gs Uni< n. ."32 ( alifi 
White Matthew, bootmaker, »;<'."> Com 
White Mercv, stationery, 44.". 9th 
WHITE' P J, president V 

Fire and Marine Tnsuian 

ifornia. 409 California 
White Richard, crockery, 224 3rd 
White I A, mining secretary, 119 l.i id 
White Thomas, liquor Baloon, 217 Pacific 
Wlntc Thomas, bool 1 1 rifle 

White W r. collector, 818 California 
White William, wood carver, -J4.'> 9th 
WHITE WILLI A 9 H, BFand 

Rafael Express, 1 Commercial 
White iV « . . ( \\ handise 

brokers, 316 Califoi nia 
White A Price (A A White and W c 

Price), produce commJasion mer- 
chants. 820 I a\ is 
WHITNEY A CO (Mai r 

Max Popper and J A Salts), Oakland, 

B F, Alameda and Brooklyn Express, 
• ommerdal; branch, 131 Kearny 

Whitdaw T P II, ship chandlery and , 

propr Continental WarehOU* 

2nd and Townsend 
Whitelaw Thomas P H, ship van!. 

and Keain\ 

Whitdy T & Co (Thomas White! 
'•■ era, 8] 1 Montgomery 

Whitman S P, real estate agent, 3' 2 
mei \ 

Whitmore Enoch, wagon mak< 1 
Polk 



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Whitney A L, collector, 325 Montgomery 

Whitney George M, stevedore and con- 
tractor, 114 Steuart 

Whitnev James D, physician and surgeon, 
204'Sutter 

Whitney John, carpenter, 403 Clemen- 
tina 

Whitney J P, physician. 204 Sutter 

Whitnev J R, commission merchant, 612 
Clav 

WHITNEY SUJINER «& CO 
(J Has Brouck), publishers and im- 
porters law books. 613 Clay 

W HIT\EY 4MAR8HALL 
(Charles W Whitney and John Mar- 
shall), importers iron, steel, and com- 
mission me -chants, 22-24 Fremont 

Whittell Alexander P, oculist and aurist, 
112 O'Farrell 

Whittemora & McKee (Daniel H Whitte- 
more and Ossian H McKee), attor- 
nevs at law, 327 Pine 

WHITTIER, FULLER & CO 
Wm F Whittier, Wm P Fuller, Jame* 
Duffy and David Ravekes), importers 
paints, oils, etc, and manuf white 
iead, 21-23 Front 

Whittier James E, asphaltum roofer, 803 
Bran nan 

Whittle Robert, capitalist, 302 Mont 

Whittock William H , fancy goods, cor 
Railroad and 12th Aves 

WHITTON CHARLES F, court 
reporter, 234 Bush 

Whitewell — , physician, 703 Market 

Whitworth John'M, attorney at law, 120 
Sutter 

Wholesale Liquor Dealers Association, 
Morris Marcus secretary, 123 Cal 

Whyte John P & Co, carpenters and 
builders, 614 California 

WICHMAN & LUrttEN (H P 
Wichman and John Lutgeu), import- 
ers and wholesale dealers wines and 
liquors, 321 Clay 

Widber James H, druggist, 2 3rd 

Widdcr Goswin, teacher drawing, 310 
O'Farrell 

Widenman Frederick, liquor saloon, 218 
Kearny 

Widrner G, baker, 1401 Sto.-kton 

Wiebalk Ni?holas, groceries and liquors, 
1223 Polk 

WIEROLWT BROS (Peter and 
Henry), groynes and liquors, NW cor 
20th and Valencia 

Wieland Bros (John and Fredericu), com- 
mission merchants, 326-328 Front 

WIELAND JOHN, propr Phila- 
delphia Brewery, 240 2nd 

Wielano. & Swart ~>ut (Frank Wieland and 
Lewis Swartout), wines and liquors, 
828 Market 



WIENER M. H, stationery and to- 
bacco, 334 6th 
Wienholz Nicholas C, liquor saloon, NE 

Main and Bryant 
Wier & Hartmann (Christ Wier and 

Charles Hartmann), liquor saloon, 

NW cor 4th and Mission 
Wiese & Wagner (Charles Wiese and Gott- 
fried Wagner), liquor saloon, 119 Jack 
Wiescnharven L, ruches and rufflings, 

1621 Po'k 
WIESTER «& CO (William H 

Wiester), useful inventions, 17 New 

Montgomery 
Wifenberg Charles, hair-dresser, 145 9th 
Wigger Henri, attorney at law, 240 

Montgomery 
Wigger Henrv, fancy goods, 635 Sutter 
Witt- HTM AN BROTHERS 

(John Jr and Jam s), produce and 

commission merchants, 117 Ciav 
WIGMORE JOHN, importer and 

dealer cabinet woods and veneers, 

129-135 Spear 
Wilbur J L, dentist, 18 3rd 
Wilcox E Miss, dressmaker, 506 Grove 
Wilcox H Mrs, bakery, 2503 Mission 
Wilcox Willard J, glue factory, 15th Ave 

nr San Bruno Road 
Wilde J M, merchandise broker, 405 

Front 
W : lder A M, physician, 215 Geary 
Wilder Charles B, painter, 5 Spear 
WILDER DAVID, mining secre- 
tary, 3z8 Montgomery 
Wildermuht Julius, wines and liquors 

620 Bush 
Wilford Albert, wines and liquors, 1155 

Mission 
Wilhelm A, physician, 29 Kearny 
Wilhelm Charles L, chemist and druggitt, 

NW cor Mission and 6th 
Wilhelmi H & Co (C Erzgra), wholesale 

liquors, 324 Ciay 
Wilke Henry, liquor saloon, 652 Sac 
Wilke L, wines and liquors, 242 Sutter 
Wilkie F E, stockbroker,- 310 Pine 
Wilkens Mathias, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Mason and Chestnut 
WILKENS A CO (C Wilkens and 

B Natorp), shipping and commission 

merchants, lo9 California 
Wilkens & Co (George and Wdliam Wil- 
kens), groceries and liquors, SW cor 

3rd and Brannan 
Wilkinrs Abram, furniture, 247 4th 
Wilkins John H B, attorney at law, 433 

California 
Wilkins J S Mrs, hair-dresser, 940 Har 
Wilkinson E J, liquor saloon, SW cor Bay 

and Fillmore 
Wilkinson E O, searcher records, 317 

California 



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Wilkinson William, boots and shoes, 1212 

Polk 
Will & Finck (Frederick A Will and Julius 

Fijick). locksmiths, etc, 709 Market 
Willard E L, physician, 1>37 Howard 
WlUcox & Gibbs Bewing Machine Co, A 

T Eggleston manager, 124 Fost 
Willev John M, phvsician, 961J Mission 
Willey F & Co (Charles J Willej ). lar- 

riage repository, 427 Montgomery 
Willey & Co 'James Willey and George A 

Gates;, real estate, 652 Market 
William Charles c, restaurant, 2197 Pow 
WILLIAM TELL HOINF, 

Frederick Gercke propr, 317 Hush 
Williams, Blanchard & Co (Henry B 

Williams), commission merchants, 

21S California 
Williams Bros (Henry L and Chester), 

shoe findings, 25-27 New Mont 
Williams C J, wood and coal, 721 Bryant 
Williams C Mrs, proprss McCormack 

House, 681 Mission 
Williams C L & Co, manufs ink, giant 

cement, etc, 417 Washington 
Williams E Miss, artist, 120 Sutter 
Wiliiams F, commission merchant, 402 

Montgomery 
Williams Frank, stone yard, 17 Eddy 
Williams Henry F, contra*. to;-, 740 4th 
Williams George E, teacher music, 214 

7th 
Williams G H Mrs, stationery, 540 Bush 
Williams Geoige N, attorney at law, 309 

California 
Williams George R, attorney at law, r>2s 

California 
Williams J Mrs, varieties, 240 3rd 
Williams James, whitener, 637 Pacific 
Williams J H H, mining, 23 Merchants' 

Exchange 
Williams John, bootmaker, l719£«Mi&sion 
Williams John, grocery, 1506 Powell 
Williams John, wines and liquors, 25 

Morton 
WILLIAMS.IOHXH, restaurant, 

15-17 Leidcsdorff 
Williams John J, attorney at law, 327 

Pine 

Williams Joseph, printer, 1244 Folsom 
Williams Joseph, restaurant, 828 3rd 
Williams Michael, coffee saloon, 15 Val- 

lejo 

Williams Morris, drayman, 111 Battery 
Williams Mcscs, dairy produce, 1133 

Mission 

Williams N F, hair-dresser, 745 4th 
Williams K. physician, 128 Stockton 

Williams S Mrs, dressmaker, 4<'4 22nd 

Williams s H & Son (Franklin) 
61 Merchants Exchange 



Williams Stephen G, hardware, '■'■-' 
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Williams S M, enanaler, 26 Mon1 
Williams Virgil, portrait painter, 729 

Montgomery 
Williams W J O, ladies' academy, 727 

Union 
Williams William, fruits, 07.2 4th 
Williams William, match Factory, 11th let 

Harrison and Bryant 
Williams A Butler ^Thomas II Williams 
David Bixler), capitalists, 820 

Sansom 
Williams & Bourne (G A Williams and F 

Bourne), nianuls multiplex copying 

process, 612 clay 
Williams \ Firebangh (George B Williams 

and H C Firebaugh), attorneys at 

law, 528 California 
Williams A Schreiber (I E Williams and 

W Schreiber), Elite Saloon, :;i Kearny 

Williamson Jan.es, wood and coal, 28 Na- 

toma 
Williamson Robert S, Lieut Col ISA, 

Light House Engineer, 12th District, 

120 Sutter 
Willis R, sign-painter, 171s Leavenworth 
Willis William, mining secretary, 2'.) Ne- 
vada Block 
Willock Ann Mrs, notions, 1603 Fillmore 
Willoug-hbv William H, liquor saloon, .41 

Pacific" 
WILLOWS BREWERY, 

Fauss & Co proprs, SE cor Mission 

and 19th 
Willows Land Association, 330 Pine 
WilLon J D, physician, 230(5 California 
Wills., n John F, livery stable. 126 Ellis 

wiL>iF.itmx<. a co (J c mi- 

merding), importers and wholesale 
•■vines and liquors, 214 Front 
Wilson Anirew, liquor saloon. 111 Jack 
WILSON A 1*', restaurant. 612-614 

Wilson Charles E, attorney at law, 420 

California 
Wilson Cyrus, mining, 102 Front 
Wilson E Mrs. furnished rooms, I 

Wilson Edgar M, attoraej at i 

Montgomery 
Wilson Edward V, plumber, cos Larkin 
Wilson EG Mrs, embroidery, 812 Larkin 
Wilson George w, hjirnessmak* 

Greenwii h nr Steiner 
Wilson Gustavus, bakery, 1188 Folsom 
Wilson H H & Son (ii A). Importers sport- 
ing goods, 518 Claj 
Wilson j s. plumber. 106 B 
\\ I l,*0\ .1 Y A i O. pork] 

9 Sutter and us Market 

Wilson John 1», mining, -411*. California 
Wita n John N, painl lington 

ittornej at I 
Sansom 
Wilson liar] Mr-, clothing, 8096th 



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WilbOn Joseph, florist, cor Greenwich and 

Van Ness Ave 
Wilson Marv Ann Mrs, confectionery, 342 

4th 

Wilson M T, physician, 1043 Mission 
Wilson Oliver & Co (J Rasmassen), house 

movers, 857 Har and 1227 Hampshire I 
Wilson Richard M, mining engineer, 314 i 

Montgomery 
Wilson Robert, fancy goods, 2514 Mission | 
Wilson Samuel, tailor, 1304 Polk 
W T ilson Sewing Machine Co, 15 Dupont 
Wilson T K, attorney at law, 533 Kearny 
WII.SON WII.I.IAM F, gasfitter 

and plumber, 25 Stockton 
Wilson William H, asphaltum-roofer, 614 

Mission 
Wilson Wilson, mining, 402 Front 
Wilson W L Mrs, teacher music, 536j- 

Howard 
Wilson & Brother (Nathaniel), manuf 

windows and blinds, 22 Drumm 
Wilson & Felt (FA Wilson and Alexander 

Felt), chop house, 47 Sacramento 
Wilson & Hutchinson (John Scott Wilson 

and Frederick W Hutchinson), stock- 
brokers, 322 Pine 
WII.SON Jt WII.SON (Samuel M 

and Russell J), attorneys at law, 420 

California 
Wilton Frederick, tailor, 412 Geary 
Wilton John & Co (P L Co.tslyon Jr), 

wholesale produce, 23 Cal Market 
Wilzinski Samuel, costumer, 417 Bush 
WINAI«I< S A, carriage manuf and 

horseshoer, 17 Stevenson 
Winans, Belknap & Godoj- (Joseph W 

W'inans, David P Belknap and Jose F 

Godoy), attorneys at law, 604 Merch 
Winch Walter, stoves, etc, 532 Hayes 
WIXCHELL & COLE (T C Win- 

chell and Charles D Cole), real-estate 

agents, 304 Montgomery 
Winckelmann Henry, groceries and li- 
quors, 527 Laguna 
Windel H & Co, upholsterers, 310 Stock 
Windsor The, Warschauer Bros proprs, 

905 Market 
Windt C, liquor saloon, 518 Merchant 
Windt Henry A, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Broadway and Hyde 
Windt Morris, tannery, cor San Bruno 

Road and Precita Place 
Wine and Liquor Herald, John H Car 

many & Co proprs, 409 Washington 
Winehilf Gustav, glove manuf, 125 San 
Wing A Mrs, dressmaker, 1331 Pacific 
Wing F B, physician, 2235 Mission 
Wing William H & Co (J C Waller), lasts 

and boot-trees, NW cor Mission and 

Fremont 
Wing & Allen (Simon Wing and Bennett 

G Allen), photographers, S42 Kearny 



Wingate B N, groceries and liquors, 27th 

nr Harrison 
WIXGATE ISAAC C, propr Oak- 
land Express, 6 Sacramento, S F, and 

NE cor Broadwav and 9th, Oakland 
Winn T J, tailor, 313* Sutter 
Winrow Joseph, butcher, 3002 Mission 
Winter Alice Mrs, dressmaker, 1610 Polk 
Winter Bros (Henry and Moritz), sausages, 

43 Fremont 
Winter John F, grreeries and liquors, SW 

cor Filbert and Mason 
Winter John H, groceries and liquors, 

1600 Bush 
Winter Robert, artist, 417 Montgomery 
WINTER & PAUM (R Winter 

and F A Pauli), Bayerische Bier 

Stube, 411 Bush 
WINTER A: WINTER (James W 

and Washington G), dentists, 206 

Kearny 
Winterburn Joseph & Co (William Huff- 

schneider), printers, 417 Clay 
Wintjen John, groceries and liquors, 1427 

Devisadero 
Wintz Joseph, liquor saloon, SE cor 19th 

and Mission 
Wirsing Charles H, trunks and valises, 

439 Pine 
Wirt N S, attorney at law, 511 Mont 
Wirtner Adolf, tailor, 308 Post 
Wise John, locksmith, 1222 Stockton 
Wise Tully R, attorney at law, 16 Mont 

gomery Ave 
Wisluzil Joseph, merchant tailor, 10 

and 605 Montgomery 
Wissel Henry, liquor saloon, 613 Brannan 
WiiSing Jacob, liquor saloon, 1056 Fol 
Wissinger & Payson (John W Wissinger 

and A P Payson), carpenters, 408 Jack 
Witgen Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 

600 Broadway 
WITSCHEN HENRY, groceries 

and liquors, SE cor Bryant and 8th 
Witt Henrv, fruits, 235 6th 
Witt J, fruits, 10 Bay City Market 
Witt Julius, clothing, 22 Sansom 
Witte William, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Powell and Vallejo 
Wittenbach Emanuel, artist, 432 Mont 
Wittmann Frederick, fancy goods, 1009 

Howard 
Wittmeir John G, liquor saloon, 513 Pac 
Wittram Charles, attorney at law, 230 

Montgomery 
Wittram Frederick, real estate, 230 Mont 
WITZEL BROTHERS (John F 

and Gustave), groceries and liquors, 

601 Davis 

Witzemann William, butcher, NW cor 
Merchant and East 

Wobber Bros (William and Herman), gro- 
ceries and liquors, 2001 Powell 



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WOBBER HEXRV, groceries and 

liquors, 630 Geary 
Wochatz C, wine? ami liquors, 411 Bush 
WOEKXER CARL, dressmaker 

and costumer, 223 Kearny 
Woerner David, cooper, 104 Spear 
Woerz Christ, wines ft liquors, 1007 Polk 
Woerz Gottlieb H, liquor saloon, 5 Hardie 

Place 
Woessner Christian, liquor saloon, 720 

Bryant 
Woest John P, groceries and liquors, 943 

Valencia 
Wohlke John, liquor saloon, SE cor 5th 

and Jessie 

Wohlke & Momsen (F W Wohlke and A 
Momsen), rustic window-shade fac- 
tor*-, 413 Mission 
Wohltman H, liquor saloon, 655 3rd 
Wolf A & Co, boots and shoes, 208 6th 
Wolf Aaron, propr Lindell House, SW cor 

6th and Howard 
Wolf Abraham, upholsterer, 2006 Polk 
Wolf Fanny Mrs, dressmaker, 1023 How 
Wolf F C, paperhanger, 1228 Stockton 
Wolf Frederick, stockbroker, 318 Mont 
Wolf H, tailor, 335£ 3rd 
Wolf H Jr, wholesale shoes and dry goods, 

414 Sacramento 
Wolf Joseph, manufs' agent, 120 Sutter 
Wolf M & Co (Simon Goodman), cigar 

manufs, 356 3rd 
Wolf Philip ft Co, commission merchants, 

304 Battery 
Wolf W H, carpenter, 931 Mission 
Wolfarth J M, bootmaker, 1322 Pacific 
Wolfe M A, dry goods, S22 Market 
Wolfe William, fancy goods, NW cor Pa- 
cific and Stockton 
WOLFE & SOX (James E Wolfe), 
architects and publishers The Califor- 
nia Architect and Building Review, 
240 Montgomerv 
WOLFEX MAX & CO, produce 

commission merchants, 216 Wash 
WOLFEXSTEIX V, Heliograph 

Gallery, 1144 Market 
WOLFF AUGUST, bookbinder, 

310 Post 
Wolff Bernhard, birds and seeds, 109 4th 
Wolff Charles H, attorney at law, 401 Cal 
Wolff J, bootmaker, 603 -Montgomery Ave 
Wolff M, tinsmith, 260 1st 
Wolff M, tailor, 1503 Post 
Wolff M A A, homoeopathic physician, 233 

Montgomery Ave 
WOLFF Jk LO/E (Henry Wolff 
and J E Loze), importers watch ma- 
terials and jewelers' findings, 120 But 
WOLFFA Kill IMIOI.K 

liam Wolff and Hugo Kheinlmld). 
importers and commission merchants, 
324 Washington 



Wolfmeier Elizabeth Mrs, fruits and u-:i- 

tables, 1211 Steiner 
Wolfrom Adam, manuf < igars, 640 Mkt 
Woliitz Theodore, bakery, 14 Jo Dupont 
Wolten Brothers (Henry and, 

Wolters), wholesale Honors 821 Gal 
WOLTERS H A BROTHERS 

(Richard), groceries and liquors NE 

cor 20th and Guerrero 
Wolters William, groceries and liquors, 

l".i Clementina 
WOLTERS A CO (F Wolters and 

Frederick Bracking), wholesale and 

retail produce dealers, 69-70 Califor- 
nia Market 
Women s* Co-operative Printing Office, 

lfn L G Richmond Judd propr, 424 

Montgomery 
Wood A G, commission merchant, 321 

California 
Wood B & Co, commission merchants, 

612 Clay 
Wood Charies, tinware, 133 7th 
Wood E J Mrs, millinery, 8 Kearny 
Wood Emma Mme, dress-maker, 1019J 

Larkin 
WOOO GEORGE -»! & CO, 

engravers, stationers, stencil cutters, 

copperplate printers, stencil stock, 

etc, 120 Post 
Wood H, tailor, 627 Clay 
Wood H Mrs, dress-maker, 1007$ Stock 
Wood H P, real estate, SIS Montgomery 
Wood H V, butcher, Mission bet 29th 

and 30th 
Wood Hugh, furniture, 677 Mission 
Wood J Mrs, fancy goods, 210 2nd 
Wood John, boots" and shoes, 408 24th 
Wood John F Mrs, dressmaker, 120} Turk 
Wood Joseph M, attorney at law, 704 

Montgomery 
Wood Mary Mrs, hairdresser, 513 Bush 
Wood M F, manager Pacific Motor Co, 

5-7 Beale 
Wood Samuel M, tailor, 775 Market 
Wood William C, sail maker, 44 Market 
Wood William E, stock broker, 31s Moat 
Wood William H, attornev at law, 715 

Clay 
Wood W S, attornev at law, 9 Nevada 

Block 
Woodbridge Alfred F, book and job 

winter, 126 Banaom 
WOOBBFRY FRAXK C, sec- 

retarv Heald's l'.usiritss CbU 

Woodbury ft Merguire (George K Wood- 
bury and J L Merguire), propr Can- 
feral I ' ■ t 4th 

and 5th 

Woodhamaft Ludlnm (Oscar Woodhaun 
and Edward Ladlum), propra Empire 



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Woods Annie, boarding, 541 1st Wreden Glaus & Co (William Fautz, C 

Woods F N & Co, poultry, 67 California Vorrath and H Wreden), proprs 

Market Washington Brewery, SE cor Lom- 

Woods Frank H, capitalist, 408 California bard and Taylor 

Woods Preston, fruits, 13 4th Wrede Cord, liquor saloon, 419 East 

Woods Samuel D, attorney at Jaw, 315. Wrede D, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

California 1 1 th and Guerrero 

Woods Thomas, cemeterv fence builder, Wrede Edward, hair-dresser, 1309 Pacific 

SE cor O'Farrell and Broderiek WREDE HERMAN, wood and 

Woods & Covins (G ors-e L Woods and W coal, 1218 Pacific 

H Collins), attorneys at law, 504 Wrede John, liquor saloon, 222 Wash 

Kearny Wrede Julius, wood and coal, 1623 Pow 

Woods & Freeborn .'William Freeborn and WREX JOHX, wood and coal, 

Walter Turnball), stock brokers, 316 ' N s 22nd bet Harrison and Alabama 

Pine Wright B F, tailor, 41 Geary 

WOODWABD E X. dentist, 920 Wright J W if, physician, 850 Marktt 

Market Wright John manuf picks, 13-15 Fre 

Woodward William, manager Woodward's Wright John A, attorney at law, 16 Ne- 

Gardens, Mission bet 13th and 14th ' vada Blcck 
WOODWARD WILLIAM A, Wright Mitchel. groceries and liquors, 20 

dentist, 920 Market 6th 

Woodward's Gardens, Mission bet 13th Wright R Percy, attoiney at law, 310 



and 14th 

Woodworth John, lodgings, 215 Broad 
WOOOWORTII, SC'HELL & 



Pine 

Wright William, lamps and coal oil, 300 
Montgomery Ave 



CO (estate of Theodore L Schell), Wright William H, stockbroker, 42C 



importers and manuf pianos and or- 
gans, 12 Post 
Woolf John, hair-dresser, 221 Dupont 
WOOLHOISE & HILLIARD 

(O B Woolhouse and D H Hilliard), 



Montgomery 
Wright William J, manuf confectionery, 

928 Larkin 
Wright's Hotel, David T Griffiths propr, 
218 Broadway 
butchers and grocers, 400 Capp cor Wright & Bowne (Henrv C Wright and 
19th W S Bowne), ship chandlery, 54-56 

Woolsey Ezra W, sheep raiser, 418 Cali- ! Steuart 



fornia 
Wooster, Hubbell & Co (J B Wooster, C P 

Hubbell and D D Shattuck), whole-' 

sale provisions, 317-319 Front 
Worden William H, manuf lubricating ' 

oils, etc, 1619 Broderiek and 221 Com 
Wores Joseph, hats and caps, 609 Wash 
Workingmen Free Library Association, 

1235 Market 



Wright & Hanchette (G W Wright and 
H J Hanchetto), stationers, etc, 1430 
Stockton and 433 Montgomery Ave 
Wright & Riley (James Wright and John 
Riley), contractors sewer and night- 
work, 126 Geary- 
Wright & Sander^ (John Wright and 
George H Sanders), architects, 418 
California 



WORK JI AX JOHX, coffee sa- Wrysey Mrs, bakery, 704 Filbert 



loon and restaurant, 605 Davis 

Wormuth A H, liquor saloon, 514 Grove 

Wormwood Henry, liquor saloon, 93l£ 

Folsom 
Worn George A, real estate, 438 Cal 
Worsham Ludson, physician and sur- 
geon, 413 Bush 
Worsham W S & Co (Charles Pick), gro- 
ceries and liqxiors, 301 Tvlpr 
Worster Thomas D, bakery,"217 16th 
Worth Sidney, physician, 426 Sutter 
WORTMAXX FERDIXAXD, 

wines and liquors, 719 Clay 
Wortmann Ferdinand, wines and liquors, 

SW cor Kearny and Clay 
Wrage John, fancy goods, 244 6th 
Wrede August, bakery. 1310 Pacific 
Wrede C & Co (Deitrich Weber), liquor j 
on, NW cor Clay and East 



Wulbern D & Co. paints, oils, etc, 606 

Post 
Wulbern John, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Fiibert and Laguna 
Wulff Peter, pickle factory, 422 Davis 
Wulzen Detrick H, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor 9th and Folsom 
Wunderer & Seeli (Andrew Wunderer and 

Gasper Seeli) confectionery, 1233 

Stockton 



WUXSCM M & CO (Theodore 
Kirchhoff and Aug Heilbronner), im- 
porters diamonds, jewelry and silver- 
wares, etc, 206 Kearny 

Wunsch Nicholas, hair-dresser, NW cor 
11th and Railroad Ave 

Wunsche Gustave, r- staurant, 46 Steuart 

Wurkheim F, commission merchant, 22 
Sansom 



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farkheim os: Co (Moiria Wurkheim), Young H P L k Bro (H H Young), butch- 

cloaks and suits, 125 Kearny ers, N B I Ireenwich nr Bteiner 

Wurzburger & Koch, importers millinery Young James, watchmaker, r >7 2nd 

goods, 206 Bush " I Young .lames K Rev, pastor Third Baptist 

Wuthrich John, butcher, 415 Gearv Church, 512 Powell 

WYATT. RASKIN & CO (J M Young J C, mediral institute, 7 Btockton 

Wyatt and .1 B Baskin Jr New York), Young Joseph, druggist, nu I 

manuf agents, 118 Front YOl'XG Ij 4W. manager .Mrs I Rich- 

Wylie James, carriage maker, 20-22 7th aids, 432 Kearny 

1VY3IAX <' F, secretary Board oi Young Hen's Christian Association, Jas 

Trade, 123 California F Crosett secretary, 232 Butter 

Wvman Charles, upholsterer, 1317 Miss Young Nestor A, locksmith, ;>3l Cal 
wyne Martha Mrs, plumber, 2104 Fill Young Therese Mrs, ladies' hair-dresser, 
Wynn John, accountant, 502 Kearny M7 Clay 

WYRICH CHRISTIAN, liquor Young Thomas, real-estate agent, 424 

saloon, 18 clay i imery 

Wythe J H, physician and pastor Metho- Young WC Rev, Protestant Episcopal 

disc, Episcopal Mission, 39 Sutter Chinese Mission, 918 Clay 

Wythe W T, physician and surgeon, 89 Young William, fancy goods, 407 24th 

Sutter Young William D, tailor, 867 Minna 

Young Women's Christian Association, 
Mrs P D Brown president. Mrs B A 
Bindge superintendent, 218 Btockton 
Youngclaus John D, bootmaker, 419 Sut 
YACOBy Charles merchant'(Los Angeles), Youths' Directory, A P Dietz superin- 

9 Batterv tendent, 1417 Howard 

YA\(i TZE IXSIRAXCEAS- 

SOCIATIOX, Macondray & Co 1 ^ 

agents, 209 Bansom ^j 

Yarndley R T Mrs, dressmaker, 250<i Cal 

Yarncll Joseph, coffee &aloon, 309 Haves Zabk A Mine, laundry and lace repairer, 
Yates M H Mrs, propr The Florence, NW 1021 Sutter 

cor Ellis and Powell Zabriskie James C, attorney at law, 890 

Yates Frederic, artist, 219 Bush Washington 

Yates G C, wood and coal, 531 Pine Zacharias L & Brother (Z Zacharias), 

Yates John, liquor saloon, SW cor Mar- watches, jewelry, etc, 210 Kearny 

ket and 3rd Zacharias M, watchmaker, 804 Kearny 

YATES R R, agent California Silk i Zacharias M, watchmaker and jeweler, 

Manuf Co, 586 Market 308 Kearny 

YATES & CO (Charles M Yates and | Zacharias S, watchmaker and jeweler, 

Frank W Shingleberger), importers 607 Sacramento 

and dealers paints, oils and lamp ZACHAR1 AS A (<iREEX (Henry 

stock, 113 Front Zacharias and William Green), im- 



Yeager T T, umbrellamaker, 118 Geary 
Yeaton J H Mrs, dressmaker, 1130 Mar- 
ket 
Yeazell A H, manager Eddy St Boarding 

Stable, SE cor Eddv and Pierce 
Yelland Raymond D, artist, 40s Cal 
Yewell James <;, physician, 2012 Mission 
YOIiO RILL*. Dierck ft Him 

propr s, NK cor Mission and Main 
YORK WILLI AR. importer wines 

and liquors, 204 California, room 10 
York W R, house-painter, 312 Minna 
York & Whitworth (Waldo M York and 

John M Whitworth) 

law, 120 Sutter 



potter watches, diamonds, jewelry, 

etc, 126 Kearny 
Zadig k Kullmann (Herman Zadig and 

Simon Kullmann), stockbroki 

Montgomery 
Zadik A k C*, merchants (Guatcn 

Battery 
Zaepffcl \avicr, confectionery, 7>. r . Eddy 
Zahn Henry, g roc ei ies and liquors, 328 

Yallcjo 
Xante I), silverplater, 190 J< 
Zaubitser Albert, liquor saloon, 615 Mer- 
chant 
attorneys atlZech Jacob, pianomaker, 213 8th 
/. .her F w, butcher, 1815 Powell 



YOSKRITE VALLEY COR- Zeglio David, marble works, I 

RISSIOX, William A8hburner Zen Lou's, butcher, SB cor 'Duponl and 
secretary, 240 Montgomery Union 

Yost D Z & Co, stock brokers, 882 Mont Zehfuas Frederick Tfl 

Young Conrad, provisions, 1317 Dupont Zeile Charles D, drug cine 

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Zeile Frederick, propr Russian Baths, 
528 Pacific 

Zeis John, bootmaker, 222^ 2nd 

Zeiss-Dennis C Mme, teacher vocal music, 
607 Sutter 

ZEISS IiOUIS, produce commission 
merchant, 106 Clay 

Zeller Herman, plasterer and decorator, 
1043 Market 

Zelner William, druggist, NE cor 5th and 
Mission 

Zemansky Joshua H, cigarrnaker, 986 
Folsom 

Zemansky S, millinery, 210 6th 

Zenovich L, fruits, 1122 Stockton 

Ziegelmever Anton, groceries and liquors, 
500 6th 

ZIE^EXBJEIX JOHS & CO 
(Frederick H Hammer), produce 
commission, agents Sacramento, Pio- 
neer and Lombard Flouring Mills, 
201-203 Davis 

Ziegler Frank E, stationery, 634 Mont 

Ziegler J L, housemover, 1017 Mission 

Zimmer Charles K, hair-dresser, 6 Sum- 
mer 

Zhnmer George W, groceries and liquors, 
417 Post 

Zimmerman Henry L, confectionery, 703 
Broadway 



Zimmermann Edward, hair-dress. r, 334 

6th 
Zinnamon Adolph, tailor, 308 Bush 
Zinnamon & Gutman (Adolph Zinnamon 
and Joseph Gutman), tailors, 225 
Bush 
Zinns Christian, merchant tailor, 611 Sac 

ramento 
Zissig Charles, dry goods, 802 Kearny 
Zobel Jacob, manuf hats and caps, 125 

Sansom tti^l 

Zollver Henry, stationery, 238 6th 
Zoppi Antonio, painter, 843 McAllister 
Zorb Anton, hair-dresser, 535 Clay 
Zost Pedro, dairy produce, 731 Vallejo 
Zschiesche Christian, bootmaker, 1422 

Dupont 
Zschiesche E R, cigars, 621 Kearny 
Zuberbuehler John C, propr Chicago Ho- 
tel, 220 Pacific 
Zuck Nicholas, liquor saloon, SW cor 4th 

and King 
Zundorf John, tailor, 117 Leidesdorff 
ZVIETIOH «& (.ARROXE (Eli- 
jah Zvietich and C A Garrone), im- 
porters and wholesale dealers fruits, 
519 Sansom 
Zwald Marv, fruits, 1049 Howard 
ZWIE<^ HERMAXN.proprs South 
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Accountants. 

Ashdown Archibald, 507 Montgomery- 
Ashland A, 507 Montgomery 
Brunn J, 502 Kearny 
Frisuis F A, 330 Pine 
Heilzinaer J G, 507 California 
Himsod O W, 401 Sansom 
Howell N Burr, 123 California 
Lutgen Charles F, 218 Pine 
Morris James, 502 Kearny 
Pattee Solon, 507 Montgomery 
Rvan John W, 2417 Buchanan 
Stadtfeld Wm C, 419 California 
Watson Alexander, 309 California 
Watson C F, 302 Montgomery 
Wynn J, 502 Kearny 

Advertising Agents. 

Bates Thomas D & Bro, 11 Geary 

Baxton Geo W, 9 Geary 

Brown D, 606 Montgomery 

Crane Chas W, 318 Pine 

De Ronceray L, 11 Geary 

Fisher L P, 20 Merchants' Exchange 

Keyt & Co, 506 Commercial 

La Malfa J F, 15 Montgomery Block 

Levy H J & Co, 405 Front 

Miller Mark & Co, 608 Market 

Smith & Parlor, 140 Montgomery 

Sumner C R, 607 Montgomery 

Van Norden & Gilmore, 607 Montgomery 

Waterbury W M, 622 Clay 

Agricultural Implements. 

Baker & Hamilton, 13-19 Front 

Bonnev O, 221 Mission 

Davis Geo A, 327 Market 

Fleishman, Sichel & Co, 120 Battery 

Frank Bros & Co, 349 Market 

Gracicr Frank, 213 Mission 

Harris J & Co, 5 Bcale 

Hawley David N, 201 Market 

Hawloy Marcus C & Co, SW cor Market 
and Beale 

Jackson Byron, SE cor 6th and Bluxome 

Linforth, Rice & Co, 401 Market 

Osborne D M & Co, Michael Avers man- 
ager, 254 Market 

Soule Eug< De, N'\v cor 4th ami Bryant 



Ale & Porter Manufacturers. 

Empire Brewery, 179 Jessie 
Slorah E C, 70S Sansom 
Swan Brewery Co, SE cor 15th and Do- 
lores 

Amusements, Places of 

Adclphi Theater, 507 California 
Atlantic Gardens, S s Bay bet Powell and 

Mason 
Baldwin's Theater, 934 Market 
Bella Union Theater, 803 Kearny 
Bush Street Theater, 323 Bush 
California Theater, Bush bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
CENTRAL GARDENS, cor Geary and 

Central Avenue 
German Theater (California), J_Bush bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Grand Opera House, N s Mission near 3rd 
Recreation Grounds, SE cor 25th and Fol 
Standard Theater, 318 Bush 
Tivoli Gardens, 30 Eddy 
Vienna Gardens, NW cor Sutter and 

Stockton 
Woodward's Gardens, Mission bet 13th 

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Antimony. 

Starr & Mathison, N s Berrv bet 4th and 
5th 

Aquarium Manufacturers. 

Gray J D, 23 5th 

Tuubner & Hoffman, 532 California 

Architects. 

Anderson E J, 9 Spear 
Bayleai w H, 100 Liedesdorfl 

Bennett A A, 318 Pine 
BeetOff H T, •'■.'>•-' Market 

Bordwell Qeo, ."'"7 < ialifornle 
Bordwell <; A. 818 Pin • 
Bugbee Cnai L, T9 Nevada Block 
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Frazee'Yitenvius, 137 Montgomery 
Gaynor John P, 309 California 
Geddes Chas, 528 California 
Geilfuss Henry, 766 Mission 
Gcdart Jules, 712 Montgomery 
Harmunson Henry R, 411J California 
Hatherton & Pelton, 330 Pine 
Hendricksen B E, 126 Kearny 
Hillert Frederick, 620 Washington 
Hoagland W C, 432 Montgomery 
Hoffmann V, 637 Kearny 
Huerne Prosper, 126 Kearny 
Kenitzer & Raun, 601 California 
Laver & Curlett, 19 S F Stock Exchange 
Leighton A V, 531 California 
Lueders Frederick R 515 California 
Macy Henrj- C, 33 Kearny 
Marquis John, 39 Sutter 
McDougall B & Son, 330 Pine 
Meeker & Banks, 126 Kearny 
Mitchell H D, 217 Sansom 
Mooser W, 302 Montgomery 
Newsom Samuel & Joseph, 320 Sansom 
O'Connor P J, 413 Bush 
Patton William, 41 H California 
Percy George'W,?318 Pine 
Portois Peter, 62P Sansom 
Remer John A, 230 Montgomery 
Schmidt P R, 103 Post 
Smith W F, 417 Kearny 
Swain E R, 507 Montgomery 
Townsend & Wvneken, 515 California 
Walton N C, 219 Mission 
Welsh T J, 302 Montgomery 
Williams S H & Son, 61 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Wolfe & Son, 240 Montgomery 
Wright & Sanders, 418 California 

Architectural Ornaments. 

McKinnie Murray, NW cor Howard <fe 

Spear 
Ralston H & J, 220 Fremont 
Savage & Son, 137 Fremont 
Sims John R, (iron), 123 Beale 

Artesian Well Sinkers. 

San Francisco Artesian Well Boring Co, 

850 Market 
Stevens & Moore, 1500'Folsom 

Artesian Well Pipe. 

Prag Marten, 125 Clay 
Smith Francis & Co, 130 Beale 

Artificial Flowers. 

Ducasse August, 872 Mission 
Gabriel G, 637 Washington 



Artificial Flowers— Con. 

GERISH M E Mrs, 118 Ellis 
Goehring Adolph, 419 Natoma 
Kahn Henry, 407 Kearny 
Sciallero C Mrs, 343 Kearnv 
Townsend— Mrs, 114 Turk 

Artificial Limb . 

Jewett Jarvis, 20 Merchants' Exchange 
Ran some E L, 10 Bush 
Spring Menzo, 9 Geary 

Artificial Stone. 

California Artificial Stone Paving Co, 402 

Montgomery 
Eureka Stone Manuf Co, 535 Brannan 

Artists' Materials, 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 
Hueter Bros & Co, 12 Second 
Morris & Kennedy, 19 Post 
Nye Albert G, 1033 Market 
Snow & Co, 20 Post 

Asphaltum Roofers. 

Bonnet B, 402 Montgomery 

Brown & Wilson, 610 Mission 

FISKE HNNRY G, 819 Market 

Hershaw M, 17 Spear 

Pacific Asphaltum Co, 422 Montgomery 

WTiittier James E, 803 Brannan 

Assayers. 

Berton & Co, 527 Clav 
De Groot, Berge & Co, 318 Pine 
Falkenau & Reese, 328 Montgomery 
Freeman J E, 104 Montgomery Block 
Hanks Henry G, 619 Montgomery 
Huhn & Luckhardt, 23 Stevenson 
Irelan William Jr, 47 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Kuh Leopold, 611 Commercial 
McCrorey I H, 825 Kearny 
Pacific Gold and Silver Refinery and As 

sav Office, 400 Montgomery 
Phillips J S, 702 California 
Price Thomas, 524 Sacramento 
Swift George, 652 Market 
Tharp Scott M, 238 Montgomery 
Walker H W, 109 Montgomery Block 

Assayers" Materials . 

Taylor John & Co, 118 Market and 115 
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Astrologers. 

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Abels S E, 36 Montgomery Block 
Ackerman C L, 426 California 
Adams A C, 3S Montu'omei y Block 
Adams John Q, 604 Clay 
Aiken W H, 020 >Ya<hington 
A'drich L, 22 Montgomery Block 
Allen J M, Judge Supreme Court 
Allen W H, 7 .Montgomery Block 
Ames F, 007 Kearny 
Andros Milton, 224 Sansom 
Angell Texas, 302 Montgomery 
Ajiplegate Josiah H, 729 Montgomery 
Errington N <>, 330 Pine 
Ash Robert, 601 Kearnv 
Ashby Elijah W, 702 Market 
Ashler Warren, 432 Montgomery 
Babb M E, 320 Sansom 
Bachelder J W, 625 Merchant 
Bachelder Thomas T, 622 Clay 
Baggs Isaac, 5£ Kearny 
Baldwin Lloyd, 606 Montgomery 
Ball A E, 502 Montgomery 
Barber William, 523 California 
Barbour Clitus, 715 Clay 
Barham J A, 420 California 
Barnes W H L, 426 California 
Barrows W.H, 74 Montgomery Block 
Barrv T F, 302 Montgomery 
Barstow Alfred, 330 Pine 
Barstow I) P, 327 Pine 
Barstow George, 309 California 
Bartlett Columbus, 12 Montgomery 
Bart'ett E, 35 Montgomery Block 
Bartlett Washington, 12 Montgomery 
Barton G E, 629 Kearny 
Bates Joseph <\ 434 California 
Baxter Hall W, 216 Sansom 
Beaver George L, 327 Pine 
Beeching R A, 320 Sansom 
ieerstecner C J, B07 Montgomery 
Behagh 1 A, H4H Washington 
Behre Robert L, 223 California 
Belknap David P, 604 Merchant 
Bell John P. 213 Sanson, 
Benham Calhoun, 330 Pine 
Bennett Nathaniel, 215 sansom 
lergin M, 79 Montgomery Block 
Bergin T 1, 38 Neva la Block 
Berlin F A. 51S Californl i 
iiahop Thomas P», 806 Pine 
Blake Maurice B, 417 K amy 
Blake Maurice C, 417 Ki arm 
Blanding Gordon, 324 Pine 
Blandin;,' W, 324 Pine 
Blanev Edward W, 526 Montgomery 
Boalt'.Iohn H, 419 California 
Bodfish William H, 712 Montgomery 
Boone J L, 820 California 
Booth AG, 326 Montgomery 
booth A H, 410 Calif ornia 
Booth William K, 502 Montgomery 



Attorneys Con. 

Botts C T, 33 Montgomery Block 
Bowie Henrv P, 318 California 
Bovd James T, 324 Pine 
Bradford A c. 73. Nevada Block 
Bradlcv Theodore, 502 Montgomery 
Brady H J, 4o-j Montgomery 
Brandon F. 52s California 
Brandon Joseph R, 604 Merchant 
Brandt I B L, 215 Sansom 
Brewer John H, 330 Pine 
Brodie S H. 604 Merchant 
i Brooks Benjamin S, »i Montgomery Ave 
| Brooks B H, NW cor 4th and Townsend 
Brown Harvey S, NE cor 4th and Town- 
send 
Brumagim J W, 33 Nevada Block 
Bryant Charles W, 214 Sansom 
Buckley George I), 504 Kearny 
Bugbec John S, 10 Montgomery Block 
Buhlert Julius, 605 Clay 
Bulkeley L E, 603 Washington 
Burch John C, 526 Montgomery 
Burnett J M, New City Hall 
Butler Henry W, 6 Montgomery A\e 
Bvrne James K, 810 Pine 
Caldwell S B, 202 Sansom 
Campbell Alexander, 530 California 
Campbell Alexander Jr, 526 Montgomery 
Campbell H C, 530 California 
Campbell Joseph, 637 Kearny 
Carey J C, Judge Suprior Court 
Carneal Thomas D, 207 Sansom 
Cam si T, 614 Merchant 
Carpentier Edward K, 6 Montgomery Ave 
Carpentier Horace W, 6 Montgomery Ave 
Carson J G, 880 Pine 
Carson John B, 131 Montgomery 
Carter John W. 328 Montgomery 
Cary James C, 5o7 Montgomery 
Casserh . - California 

Castelhun F J, 009 Sacramento 
Chamberlain George W, 616 Sa< ramento 
Chickering W H, "14 Banaom 
Chipley T L M, 516 California 
Chittenden N w. 303 Montgomery 
Chretien John M, 230 Montgomery 
Clark Charles, 515 California 
Clark Joseph Jr, 480 Montgomery 
Clark I. - >mery 

darken Matt, 224 Montgomery 
darken R M, 930 Fine 
Clement 11 X, 81 8 Montgomery 

Clinch B J, 17 K( :ni\ 

Clougfa F M, 4o-j Montgomery 

Clyde k s, 71 

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Collins W H, 504 Kearny 

Colton Aliric 0, 623 Commercial 

Cook Carroll, fc'7 Nevada Block 

Coonev M, 636 Clav 

Cope W W, 324 Pine 

Cornwall William A, 640 Clay 

Cosgrove Christopher, 652 Market 

Cowdery Jabez F, 534 California 

Cowles Samuel, 621 Clay 

Cox Tom, 636 Clay 

Craig Jamej D, 328 Montgomery 

Craig' William, 328 Montgomery 

Crane A M, 410 Montgomery 

Crane Henry F, 213 Sansom 

Crittenden James L, 59 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Crockett Joseph B, 640 Clay 

Crosby William, 659 Clay 

Crowlev Timothy J, 234 Montgomery 

Culver'W H, 204 Sutter 

Cummings W B, 523 California 

Cummins P, 636 Clay 

Currie W O, 535 California 

D'Arcy John, 214 Sansom 

Daingerfield W P, 45 Montgomery Block 

Dameron J P, 640 Clay 

Dane J H, 531 California 

Danielwitz.Isidor, 12 Montgomery Block 

Dann F P. 604 Merchant 

Darwin Charles B, 636 (lav 

Davis L H, 76 Nevada Block 

Deal W E F, 230 Montgomery 

Delaney C Mc C, 519 Montgomery 

Deering F P, 40 Montgomery Block 

Desbeck J, 30 Montgomery Block 

Desty Robert. 611 Clay 

Deuprey Eugene N, 214 Sansom 

Dickinson J H, 234 Montgomery 
j Dovle John T, 523 California 
'Drake E B, 609 Sacramento 
! DuBrutz F C M, 234 Montgomery 

Dudley A P, 402 Montgomery 

Dudley E T, 402 Montgomery 

Dunand Louis F, 7 Montgomery Ave 
JDwinelle John W, 509 Kearny 
! Dwindle Samuel H. 8 Mori tgomeey Ave 

Eagan M J, 22 Montgomery 

Fames I B, 39 U S Court Building 
I Edmonds M A, 626 Washington 
■Egerton Calvin, 418 California 
iEickhoff Henry. 432 Montgomery 
i Emmet C Temple, 224 Sansom 
j Eno F, 531 California 
jEnos John S, 6 Montgomery Block 
lEphraim E E, 426 California 
I Estce M M, 419 California 

Evans Oliver P, 34 Montgomery Block 

Eyre Manuel, 636 Clay 

Ferrall Robert, SW cor Montgomery and 
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Attorneys— Con . 

Fifield William H, 230 Montgomery- 
Finn J F, Judge Superior Court 
Firebaugh H C, 528 California 
Firm John F, 636 Clav 
Fleming J T, 426 California 
Flint William C, 330 Pine 
Flood Noah F, 604 Kearny 
Flourny George, 330 Pine' 
Forbes R, 402 Montgomery 
Fox Charles N, 530 California 
Francis W M, 302 Montgomery 
Frank George W, 131 Montgomery 
Frank N H, 1 Montgomery Block 
Freelon Thomas W, SW cor Montgomery 

and Jackson 
French Frank J, 528 California 
Friedenrich D, 426 California 
Galan C F, 83 Montgomery Block 
Gallagher Thomas J, 320 Sansom 
Galpin P G, 402 Montgomery 
Garber John, 327 Pine 
Garvey James P, 324 Pine 
George Julius, M)7 Montgomery 
Gerson N, 426 California • 
Gitchell James M, 636 Clay 
Godoy Jose F, 604 Merchant 
Goff Charles P, 606 Montgomery 
Goodfellow W S, 531 California- 
Gordon F L, 606 Montgomery 
Gordon George W, 320 Sansom 
Gough H Dorsey. SW cor Montgomery 

and Washington 
Graaff Julius S, 234 Montgomery 
Graef Carl T, 623 Commercial 
Graves Walker C, 320 Sansom 
Graves William, 230 Montgomery 
Graves W J, 230 Montgomery 
Gray Giles H, 530 California 
Greathouse C R, 324 Pine 
Grey Cyril V, 604 Merchant 
Gunnison A J, 325 Montgomery 
Gurnee C, 606 Pine 
Gutierrez C, 402 Montgomery 
Haft E E, 507 Montgomery 
Haggin Louis T, 4< Nevada Block 
Hainht George W, 207 Sansom 
Hakes O F, 318 California 
Hale William, 534 California 
Hall Frederick, 519 Montgomery 
Hall H E, 606 Montgomery 
Hall John C, 240 Montgomery 
Hall Seth P, 240 Montgomery 
Halsey Charles, Judge Superior Coort 
Hammond H T, 16 Nevada Block 
Hanlon Charles F, 310 Pine 
Hanna AW, 20 Montgomery Block 
Harding Jame ; W, 704 Montgomery 
Hardy J P, 6 Montgomery Block 
Hardy Lowell J, 702 Market 
Hardy W J, 6 Montgomery Block 
Harmon J B, 402 Montgomery 



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Harpham George, 320 Sansom 

Harkness M M, 7 Montgomery Ave 

Harris J A, 640 Clay 

Harrison M B, 211 Sansom 

Harrison Kalph C, 280 Montgomery 

Harrison Robert, 430 California 

Hart J B\ 523 Kearny 

Hart William H H, 230 Montgomery 

Hartog Edward, 655 Washington 

Hasback H, 636 Clay 

Haskell Burnette G, 76 Nevada Block 

Hassett M C, 687 Kearny 

Hatch Charles E, 507 Montgomery 

Haven James M, 530 California 

Haves G R B, 604 Clay 

Hayne Robert Y, 818 Pine 

Hebbard J C B, 234 Montgomery 

Heinlen 6 A, 302 Montgomery 

Henry Samuel, 70S Montgomery 

Hent'R W, 605 Clav 

Herrin William F, 310 Pine 

Herrmann James, 409 California 

Heydenfcldt Solomon, 33 Nevada Block 

Hevdenfeldt Solomon Jr, 318 Pine 

Highton H E, 528 California 

Hinton Isaac, 528 Montgomery 

Hittell Theodore H, 23 Montgomery Block 

Hobbs Walter S, 6 Montgomery Ave 

Hoffman Ogdcn, 9 U S Court Building 

Hoge J P, 5 Montgomery Block 

Holdcn Joseph, 202 Sansom 

Holladav S W, 502 Montgomery 

Holland Nathaniel, 605 Clay 

Holt T H, 326 Montgomery 

Hood P B, 605 ( lav 

Horan M S, 636 Clay 

Houghton Roscoe E, 315 California 

Howard C Greenwich, 924J .Market 

Hudson George, 87 Montgomery Block 

Hughes James E, 76 Nevada Block 

Hunt A B, 302 Montgomery 

Hunt John Jr, Old City Hall 

Hustcd P M, 806 Montgomery 

Hutchinson E I, 504 Kearny 

Hyde F A, 623 Commercial 

H\de George H, 41H California 

Hyde Henry c, 411$ California 

Ingraham Henry, 41U California 

Irvine William. 217 Sansom 

Irving Henrj P, 47 Montgomery Block 

Jacobs Nathaniel, 3s Nevada Block 

Jahn Albrecht, 606 Clay 

Jamison James J, 4111 California 

Jefferson John W, 280 Montgomery 

Joachinucn Henry L, 118 California 

Joachimsen Jc>se]>h P. 418 California 

Johnson Francis, 26 Montgomery Block 

Johnson Sidney L, 628 Montgomery 

Jonas 'ii s .1, 802 Montgomery 

Jones DeWitt Clinton, 216 Sansom 

Jones Walter F, 606 Clay 



Attorneys— Con. 
Kellogg M B, 880 California 
Kendall C W. 380 Pine 

Kennedy Frank, 604 Merchant 
King Cameron H. -m: Bansom 
Kirk P E, 609 Saciamento 
Kope li A, 614 Merchant 
Ladd P B, 637 Kearny 
Lake Delos, 310 Pine 
Lamar J B, 86 Montgomery Block 
Langborne J P, 421 Montgomery 
Latimer L l>, 76 Nevada Block 
Lawler F W, 507 Montgomery 
Lawrence Edwin A. 4o- California 
Le Breton A J, 217 Sansom 

loseph, 702 Market 
Leviston George, 6 Montgomery Ave 
Leviston William, 6 Montgomery Ave 
f>e\ v w H. s Montgomery Ave 

Lewis R P, 321 Pine 
Lies Eugene, 108 Montgomery Ave 
Lightfoot A R, 328 Montgomery 
Lloyd John, 41H California 
Lloyd P« H, «) Nevada Block 
Loughborough Alexander H, 607 Mont 
Love John L. 234 Montgomery 
Low Arthur F, 608 Montgomery 
Low C A, 23 Montgomery Block 
Lowcnberg H, 808 Montgomery 
Lowentlial H H, 41H California 
Lynch Edward, 318 Pine 
Lynch Michael, 502 Montgomery 
Lyon David, 65!) Clay 
Madge Frederick, 327 Pine 
Maguire J G, 402 Montgomery 
Marshall E C, 8 Montgomery Ave 
Marx I) B, 315 California 
Matthews William, 120 Sutter 
McAllister Hall, S8 Nevada Block 
McBride H E, 50: Montgomery 
McCabe James, 640 Clay 
McCeney J C, 804 Commercial 
McClellan R Guy, 880 Pine 
McClure David M, 626 Montgomery 
McCutchen Edward J, 410 California 
McGill H M, 607 Montgomery 
McGraw Edward w, ."114 Kearny 
McHcnry John, Block 

McJunkln Hugh K, 4o-j Montgomeri 
McKee <> IT, 327 Pine 
McKoon Hosmei P. 810 Pine 
MeNultj Charles A, a:, r s Court Build 

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McPheeters W s, 881 Kearny 
McPike B C, 522 Montgoi 
Mecar m \ Amos, »'• Montgomery Ave 
Mee James, 826 Mi rchant 
Mi e Joseph, 626 Men bant 
Mi eka Washingt m, 880 Pine 
Merrill «• I Pine 

Merzbach 11 1 nla 

Meux Joseph P. 217 Bansom 



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Meyer Martin S, 330 Pine 
Mhoon John B, 16 Montgomery Ave 
Miller John P G, 214 Sansorn 
Miller John H, 421 Montgomery 
Mogan Patrick J, 22 Montgomery 
Mone J J, 13 Nevada Block 
Moore E J, i 7 Montgomery Block 
Moore H K, 528 California 
Moore J H, 77 Montgomery Block 
Morgenthal A, 429 Montgomery 
Morrison Robert F, 8 Montgomery Ave 
Morrow W W, 76 Nevada Block 
Moses Montague T, 59 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Mosher James P, 408 California 
Mott William H, 636 Clay 
Howry Liman I, 402 Montgomery 
Mullan John, 623 Commercial 
Mullanv Michael, 520 Montgomery 
Mulvilie N B, 604 Merchant 
Murphv D J, 12 Old Citv Hall 
Murphy P G, 629 Kearny 
Myers Edward, 224 Sansom 
Nagle P B, 511 Montgomery 
Naphtaly Joseph, 426 California 
Napthaly B F, 655 Washington 
Xaughton John F, 331 Kearny 
Needles A P, 520 Montgomery 
Neumann Paul, 432 Montgomery 
Newhall H C, 609 Sacramento 
Newlands Frank G, 9 Nevada Block 
Newman Bortell B, 729 Montgomery 
Newmark N, 330 Pine 
Nichols L H, 413 California 
Nicholson W A S, 520 Montgomery 
Nolen M J, 519 Montgomery 
North John W, 230 Montgomery 
Nougues Joseph M, 41H California 
Nourse George A, 420 California 
O'Brien Thomas A, 324 P'.ne 
O'Connell D A, 614 Merchant 
O'Connor Frank, 429 Montgomery 
Oates James W, 217 Sansom 
Ogden F B, 328 Montgomery 
Olney Warren, 310 Pine 
Otis Frank, 520 Montgomery 
Otis George E, 420 California 
Ozouf Henry E, 213 Sansom 
Packard Albert, 103 Montgomery Ave 
Page Charles, 224 Sansom 
Page James D, 224 Sansom 
Pardow A A, 509 Kearny 
Parker C H, 12 Montgomery Block 
Patrick E B, 609 Sacramento 
Patterson W H, 609 Sacramento 
Pearson R W, 320 Sansom 
Perkins James C, 207 Sansom 
Perry G H, 320 Sanson 
Phelan Joseoh P, 217 Sansom 
Phelps Charles H, 66 Nevada Block 
Phillips J B, 636 Clay 



Attorneys— Con. 

Phillips Stephen H, 220 Sansom 

Pierson William H, 616 Sacramento 

Pillsbury Evan S, 420 California 

Pinney G M, 328 Montgomery 

Pixley F M, 430 California 

Plaisance L O, 526 Montgomery " 

Plunkett W A, 530 California 

Pomeroy Carter P, 211 Sansom 

Pomeroy John N, 211 Sansom 

^oorman Samuel, 310 Pine 

Poston John M, 320 Sansom 

Pope E R, 217 Sansom 

Powell H A, 103 Montgomery 

Preston E F, 534 California 

Cringle Edward J, 318 Pine 
| Provines R R, 204 Sutter 
I Quint Leander, 603 Washington 
I Ramon E Wiison. 419 California 
i Reade Frederick W, 230 Mon gomery 
I Rearden Timothy H, 636 Clay 
i Redfield L H, 402 Montgomery 

Redstone J H, 22 Montgomery 

Rtgensburger David H, 438 California 

Reid Henrv H, 636 Clay 

Reinstine Jacob B, 217 Sansom 

Reynolds J S, 638 Clay 

Reynolds L, 626 Washington 

Riordan Thomas D, 6 Montgomery Ave 

Rising Alfred, 409 California 

Rixford Emmet H, 530 California 

Robinson C P, 310 Pine 

Robinson J A, 507 Montgomery 

Robinson R, NE cor 4th and Townsend 

Roche John J, 30 Montgomery Block 
i Rodgers Arthur, 207 Sansom * 

Roe C S, 217 Sans<mi 
| Rogers Daniel, 604 Merchant 
i Rogers S L, 73 Montgomery Block 
j Rothchild J M, 315 California 
I Rosenbaum S, 302 Montgomery 

Rosenthal Joseph, 535 California 

Rosenthal L. 419 Pine 

Rosenthal Marcus, 535 California 

Rothschild J, 604 Clay 

Saffold R B, 217 Sansom 

Salomon E S, 432 Montgomery 

Sander P F C, 207 Sansom 

Saufley William, 202 Sansom 

Sawver E D, 502 Montgomery- 
Sawyer W D, 622 Clay 

Saycrs William F, 214 Sansom 

Scheeline C, 302 Montgomerj- 

Schwab & Breese, 624 Market 

Scripture Henry D, 323 California 

Scrhner J J, 1 Montgomery Block 

Searle A C, 502 Montgomery 

Sears William H, 324 Pine 

Scawell James M, 509 Kearny 

Seligman M, 511 Montgomery 

Sesnon William T, 207 Sansom 

Severance J G, 502 Montgomery 



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Shadbourne G D, 623 Montgomery 
Shafter James McM,12 Montgomery Block 
Shank and James H, 123 California 
Shannon John, 320 Sansom 
Sharp G F. 40:) California 
Sharp Louis H, 213 Sansom 
Sharp William H. 4<>9 California 
Shearer Lewis, 217 Sansom 
Shuck Oscar T, 24 Montgomery Block 
Sieberst H G, 214 Sansom 
Simpson S C, 40 Montgomery Block 
Simson Robert, 803 Montgomery 
winner T L, 429 Montgomery 
! Smith Claude L, 12 Montgomery 
iSmith Q Frank, 502 Montgomery 
[Smith J H, 502 Montgomery 
jSmith K M, 628 Commercial 
(Smith Sidney V, 630 Sacramento 
iSmith Sidney V Jr, 630 Sacramento 
Hnoot David L,8 Montgomery 
Smyth J H, 623 Montgomery 
Spa'ulding Henry K, 220 Sansom 
Spencer H, 403 California 
ISpiller Frank F, 622 Clay 
Splivalo Augustus D, 73 Montgomery 

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Stanly John A, 604 Clay 
iStebbins James C, 40S California 
Stetson Edward G, 315 California 
Stewart William M, 310 Fine 
Stow William W, 408Cal<fornia 
Stuart James F, 606 Montgomery 
Sullivan Daniel T, 606 Montgomery 
Sullivan F J, 324 Pine 
Sullivan Jeremiah I), 234 Montgomery 
Sullivan J F, 126 Kearny 
Sullivan Matthew 1, 126 Kearnv 
Sutherland F K, 645 Clay 
Swain R M, 636 Clay 
! Swift C J, 230 Montgomery 
Swift J F, 217 sansom 
Brortfiguer E F, 606 Montgomery 
Taylor Edwin R,207 Sansom 
Taylor F F, 429 Montgomery 
Taylor James M, 410 Montgomery 
Teal Benjamin, 523 Montgomery 
T*i\i* Llovd, 50 Nevada Block 
Thomas Robert W, 318 Pine 
Thomas William, 214 Sansom 
Thompson J I:, 530 California 
Thompson Janus D, 405 California 
Thompson K, 7ti Montgomery Block 
Thorn I N, 6S6Clay 
Thornton C, 426 California 
Thornton H 1, 327 Pine 
Tieinan P J, 56 Montgomery Block 
Tjlden H J, 533 Kearny 
Titus Daniel, 306 Pine 
Tobin Richard, 8 Montgomery 
Tobin Robert, 8 Montgomery 
.Tompkins F W, 320 Sansom 



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Tompkins W H. 504 Kearny 
Toohy D J, 302 Montgomery 
Townsend A H, 526 Montgomery 
Towns nd James B, 636 Clay 
Travers Charles E, 402 Montgomery 
Treadwell James P, 606 Kearny 
Trehane John, 502 Montgomery 
Tripp Dwight K, 401 Cabfornia 
Tripp J W. 406 California 
Troutt James M. 216 Sansom 

PC, 604 .Merchant 
Turner George, 331 Montgom e ry 
Tyler G < la\ 

Van (.lief P. 810 Pine 

Van Duzer A P, BUS Court Building 

Van Loben Sels P J, 530 California 

Van NessTC. 21 Davis 

Van Reynegom V W, 531 California 

Van Schaick L II, 608 Montgomery 

Venabie s, 87 Montgomery Block 

Verdcnal J M, 526 Montgomery 

Voorhe.-s James, 405 Kearny 

Wade John, 56 Montgomery Block 

Wait/. A. 608 Montgomery 

Waldron Daniel K, 230 California 

Wallaee R B, 636 Clay 

Wallace Wiliiam T, 64o Clay 

Waterman Frederick H, 12 Montgomery 

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Wavmire J A, 320 Sansom 
Webb H Watson, 641 Merchant 
Welch A J, 434 Cabfornia 
Wells F H, 402 Montgomery 
Whalev J D, 331 Montgomery 
Whaling M, 622 Clay 
Wheaton M A, 1 Montgomery Block 
Wheeler E D. 828 Mnntgomer) 
Wheeler Edwin 0, 828 Montgomery 
Wheeler .lame.-, 224 Sansom 
Whittemore Daniel H.3J7 Pine 
Whitwortb John M, 120 Sn ter 
Wigger Henri, 240 Montgomery 
Wilkins J H 1'., 4SS California * 
Williams (i El, 528 California 
William- I .' California 

Williams John J. 827 Pine 
Wilson Charles E, 420 <'alifomia 
Wils 'ii Edgar m. 507 Montgomery 
Wilson John \ E, 216 Sansom 
Wilson Russell J. 420 Cabfornia 
Wilson Samuel M. 42o California 
Wilson '|' K. 583 K( amy 
Winans J W, >; >4 Merchant 
Wirt N s, 511 Montgomery 

Wise Tulh R, If. M ml 

Wittram Charles, 230 Montg imerj 

Wolff Charl. - I nia 

Wo 'd Joe* pli M. 704 Montgomery 

W i William H, 7 1 

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Woods Samuel D, 315 California 

Wright R Percy, 310 Pine 

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Zabriskie James C, 620 Washington 

Attorneys— Firms. 

Bennett & Jones, 215 Sansom 
Boone & Osborn, 320 California 
Brewer & Barstow, 330 Pine 
Br van t & Savers, 214 Sansom 
Campbell A & H C, 530 California 
Carter & Lightfoot, 328 Montgomery 
Chickering & Thomas, 214 Sansom 
Coghlan & McClure, 526 Montgomery 
Cope & Bovd, 324 Pine 
Cowdery & Preston, 534 Cal'fornia 
Cowles & Drown, 621 Clay 
Craig & Meredith, 328 Montgomery 
Doyle, Barber & Scripture, 323 California 
JDudlev & Dudley, 402 Montgomery 
SEdgeriton, Calvin & Co, 418 California 
Estee & Boalt, 419 California 
Flourney & darken, 330 Pine 
Fox & Kellogg, 530 California 
Frank & Carson, 131 Montgomery 
Garber & Thornton, 327 Pine 
George & Loughborough, 507 Mont 
Graef & Smith, 623 Commercial 
Gray & Haven, 530 California 
Grsathouse & Bland'ng, 324 Pine 
Gunnison & Booth, 325 Montgomery 
Hammond & Wright, 16 Nevada Block 
Harmon & Galpin, 402 Montgomery 
Hobbs & Eutler, 6 Montgomery Ave 
Holden & Saufley, 202 Sansom 
Hudson & Venable, 87 Montgomery Block 
Irvine & Le Breton, 217 Sansom 
Jarboe & Harrison, 230 Montgomery 
King & Rodgers, 207 Sansom 
Lake & McKoon, 310 Pine 
Latimer & Morrow, 76 Nevada Block 
Lloyd, Newlands & Wood, 9 Nevada Block 
Maguire & Clough, 402 Montgomery 
Mastick, Belcher & Mastick, 520 Mont 
McAllister & Bergin, 38 Nevada Block 
McF.lrath & Eels, 230 Montgomery 
McHenry & Bradford, 73 Nevada Block 
Mullen & Hvde, 623 Commercial 
Naphtaly, Friederick & Ackerman, 426 

California 
Perkins & Carneal, 207 Sansom 
Pillsburv & Titus, 306 Pine 
Pixley & Harrison, 430 California 
Pratt & Metcalfe, 230 Montgomery 
Prinule & Hayne, 318 Pine 
Redstone J H & Co (Patents), 22 Mont 
Robinson, Olnev & Byrne, 310 Pine 
Rosenbaum & Scheeline, 302 Montgomery 
Saffold & Meux, 217 Sansom 
Sawver & Eall, 502 Montgomery 
Smith Sidney V & Son, 630 Sacramento 



Attorneys— Firms— Con. 

Stetson & Houghton, 315 California 
Stewart, Van Clief & Herrin, 310 Pine 
Sullivan & Co, 324 Pine 
Swift & Oates, 217 Sansom 
Taylor & Haight, 207 Sansom 
Tilden & Wilson, 533 Kearny 
Tobin & Tobin, 8 Montgomery 
Tooby & Jonasson, 302 Montgomery 
Van Dyke & Powell, 103 Montgomery 
Whittemore & McKee, 327 Pine 
Williams & Firebaugh, 528 California 
Winans, Belknap & Godoy, 604 Merchant 
Woods & Collins, 504 Kearnv 
York & Whitworth, 120 Sutter 

Anetioneers. 

Bendit S, 536 7 ,California 

Butterfield William, 109 Montgoinery 

Crittenden Parker, 25 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Dore, Morris & Co, 410 Pine 

Greenebaum & Co, 115 Bush 

Jonas Nathan, 33 Kearny 

Jones S L & Co, 209 California 

Lamson Geo F, 425 Kearny 

Lew Charles & Co, 612 California 

Lindo J & Co, 609 California 

Lvon & Kinsey, 943 Market 

Muldleton John & Son, 419 Pine 

Poultertr Thomas J, 23 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Rollins R R & Co, 535 California 

Rvan Lawrence, 537 California 

Spear Edward S & Co, 729 Market 

Stratton E N & Co, 829 Market 

Terry J T & Co, 747 Marktt 

Awning and Tent Makers. 

Anderson Chas L, 856 Howard 

Burton William H, 159 New Montgomery 

Detrick E & Co, 119-123 Clay and 118 

Commercial 
Neville & Co, 31-33 Cal and 16-30 Davis 
Rossiter James 104 Francisco 
Simonton Thomas B, 771 Mission 

Axle Orease. 

HOLT WARREN, 717 Montgomery 
Lambert & Greene, 144 Natoma 
Worden William H, 221 Commercial 

Bag Twines. 

BARBOUR BROTHERS, 511 Market 
Bags and Bagging. 

Dakin & Libbev, NE cor Sac and Davis 
Detrick E & Co, 119-123 Clay and 118 

Commercial 
Dickson, De Wolf & Co, 412 Battery 
Forbes Brothers, 308 California 



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Bags and Bagging— Con. 

Hanna J & P N, 308 I 
Hevncmann & Co, 5 Sansom 
Koshland S & Co, 22S California 
Meverstein Joseph, 124 Commercial 
Neville & Co, 31-33 Cal and 16-30 Davis 
White & Co, 316 California 

Bakeries. 

Abbott Edward, 323 5th 

Adams Joel, 725 Brannan 

Adler B Mrs. 1026 Larkin 

Albrecht Richard, 109 Taylor 

Altemus John, cor Columbia and 26th 

Alvord Marv Mrs, 759^ Howard ■ 

Andrew A Miss, 1332 Pacific 

Arthur William S, 539 2nd 

Ashley S Mrs, 358 3rd 

Axtm'an Leopold, 500 Ha^es 

Backer William, NE cor Clay and Mason 

Ragala Leo, SE car 25th and Alabama 

Barandon H, NE cor Busn and Fillmore 

Beattie E Mrs, 514 '2nd 

Beaver Henry, 109 Hayes 

Behrman Christian F, 1218 Powell 

Benedict Charles E, 111 5th 

Betzold & Nieman, 418 OTarrell 

Biermann Julius, 1216 Pacific 

Blum Henry, 1^13 Powell 

Bock Joseph, 988 Folaom 

Bolan Catharine, 102 9th 

Brader Charles, 1116 Folsom 

Bradv S M Mrs, 1337 Pine 

Bradv Susan. 134 8th 

Brannitran P J, 1211 Bush 

Brewer Jacob, 1711 Market 

Brown B Miss, 1133 Pacific 

Burcke Arsene L, 205 Kearny 

Burd R M Mrs 323 Hyde 

Buschardt Edward, 418 Brannan 

Carl Rosa Mrs. 1318 Polk 

Caraffa Q B, 1309 Dupont 

Carroll John C, 428 Folsom and 108 1st 

Cassler R Mrs, 26 Dupont 

Chadbouine Thomas J, 1414 Dupont 

fcheignon A, 247 4th 

Christian Sophia, 1600 Mason 

Claussen J, 814 Lacuna 

Clinton Mary, 150 6th 

Collopv James, 958 Bryant 

Dolman A F Mrs, 433 OFarrell 

Cook John, 521 4th 

Craig A Q, NE cor Washington ami I'ow 

Curran Michael, 717 Brannan 

Dalv Mary Mrs, 186 Folsom 

Daniels B. 42- Grove 

Davies John, 524' 6th 

Davis William J, 23', 2nd 

Dellwig Theodore, 1811 Folk 

Pempeey Patrick, cor28rd and York 

Desmond Daniel, 406 3rd 
Dicderick Henry, 1901 Hyde 



Bakeries -Con. 
Doane Geo W, 1010 Howard 
Dochring C, 336 3rd 
Dresen Joseph, 1012 Tierce 
EagaVi T J, 416 Hayes 
Eck Adam, 804 Greenwich 
Edwards Wm H, 1502 Folsom 
Bggen M Mrs, 1019 Pacific 
Einfeldt Martha, r.OP Mission 
Elder M J, 256 1st 
Ellis M A Mrs. 2 00 Mission 
Bngelberg Emil A. 416 Kearny 
Fuller German, 1323 Dupont 
English K Mrs. l—:. Mission 
Funis Catharine Miss, 1906 Geary 
Farnlacher ft Himmelstoss, 1218 Folsom 
Parrell J, 442i 3rd 
Favilla L, 1620 Dupont 
Fear Mary, 1215 Kearny 

Finch ft Gundlack, 1312 Dupont 

Fitzgerald F Mr.-, 4 Turk 

Fitzgerald Mary Miss, 143 2nd 

Fitzsimmons J, 115 24th 

Fleischman Jacob, 443 Valencia 

Flynn Margaret, 1206 Howard 

Foley Michael. 118 7th 

Fortier A Mrs, 219 Jefferson 

Framke J, S s Point Lobos Ave bet Wood 

and Collins 
Fre. ,v Merkel, :>ll Larkin 
Friday E, 2309 hush 
f riedlander Sigmund, 321 Union 
Qansz M S Mrs, 1934 Mission 
Qehan Marv, 1050 Howard 
Gehard F G, 36 13th 
Gercke G & W, 1123 Howard 
Goddard Guilford, 914 Valencia 
Gorckcn H B, 511 3rd 
Gould E K, 1012 Pacific Ave 
Gracier Frank. 211 Mission 
Grail A, 722 Lombard 
GramlDh S. 24.'. 3rd 
Giant John G, 510 4th 
Grant M W Mis, SE cor Franc - 

MaSOD and 43". Greenwich 
Gra\cs A B Mrs, F I Di \ isadero nr Bush 
Gschwind K, 625 Valencia 

Qoenin Felix. 1510 Dupont 

Hagemann Phillip, 82 

• j Johanna, 809 Minna 
Hahnemann Albert, 980 Harrison 
Handles Joseph, 229 16th 
Han- Han-, 504 6th 
Hauser Bennett, S88 Hayj - 
Heaney Marj Mrs, 1101 Howard 

HeatOn .'aim-. Do, Market 

Heidmufler Henry, 1221 Folk 
Heitmuller Henry, «V2 8th 

Hellwig Frederick, 110 Dupont 

Hemme A Reuter, 27 Kearny 
Hemmelberg Henry, cor nth A\e and N 
Herbal L Mrs, 184 2nd 



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Bakeries— Con. 

Herrmann Frederick, 1325 Sacramento 

Hessler William, 715 Pacific 

Hiekstedt Herman, 127 4th 

Hill Mary, 213 24th 

Hilpert Leonhardt, 1223 Stockton 

Hinz Louis, 806 Larkin 

Hoffmann Hannah, 209 24th 

Holden Albert B, 702i Larkin 

Holland F, 326 16th 

Howard S J Mrs, 366 17th 

Hughes & Foley, 63 4th 

Hull Jessie, 211 18th 

Isaacson Lena Mrs, 116 Tyler 

Jennings E Mrs. 127 Gough 

Jensen Annie Mrs, 37 5th 

Johnson Sarah 401 6th 

Johnson S Mrs, 420 3rd 

Kaib Peter J, 114 13th 

Kehlberger Amedee, 119 7th 

Kelly T Mrs, 327 4th 

Kelly Patrick, 238 5th 

Kelterer Frederick, S s Mission bet 29th 

and 30th 
Kemme G Mrs, 1700 Leavenworth 
Kennedy K Mrs, 37 Clementina 
Kenrigiit I R, 315 Polk 
Kramer B, 630 Grove 
Kurz Louis, 215 2nd 
Lambert Margaret, 749 Brannan 
,Lapariat Blaise, 936 Howard 
Large William, 247 8th 
Lark : n F E, 431 Greenwich 
Lavalley Louis P, 403 Broadway 
Le Mar Catharine Mrs, 81 3| Folsom 
Leman Henry, 955 Howard 
Leonard Margaret, 564 Mission 
Levin Mary, 1520 Polk 
Lewis H Mrs, N s Haight bet Webster 

and Fillmore 
Madden M A Mrs, 117 7th 
Malatesta G, 1313 Dupont 
Mallet Richard, 1408i Powell 
Marstenson C, 1501 Larkin 
Mason Mary F, 2608 Mission 
Mather A C Mrs, 228 1st 
Mathews S A Mrs. 705 Laguna 
Matthcv Robert, 1523 Mission 
IfcCann M Mrs, 143 3rd 
McDevitt James, 152 1st 
McGourk B, 77 Brady 
McGorven, 134 Rose Ave 
McGrath Mary Mrs, 335 5th 
McGrath P, 135 5th 
McGroughter Margaret Mrs, 345 4th 
McLean Catharine, 410 4th 
McMahon James Mrs, 1205 Folsom 
McNulty Julia, 192 16th 
Means James, 1500 Powell 
Meighan Rebecca A Mrs, 1425 Polk 
Melsing G, 120 3rd 
Mertens F, 451 Octavia 



Bakeries— Con. 

Mesenberg Herman, 1124 Harrison 

Messner & Serres, 400 Pacific 

Meyer Annie Mrs, 1 59 16th 

Meyer F,Ns Railroad Ave nr 15th Ave 

Meyer Joseph, 617 Post 

Mever Nanette Mrs, 705 Polk 

Miller Louis - Miss, 829 Vallejo 

Miller William, 262 8th 

Millmeister H F, 312 Hayes 

Mitchell Mary Mrs, 8 7th 

Monseigneur A, 237 4th 

Morrell C O, 73S Howard 

Mose N Mrs, 26 Page 

Muehe & Duggan, 211 Sutter 

Mailer J, NW cor Hyde and Allen 

Murray Mary, 318 6th 

Myself Joseph G, 142 11th 

Xewmarch Caroline, 537 Geary 

Noonan Jeremiah, 40 7th 

O'Brien Elizabeth Mrs, 1*09 Devisadero 

O'Hearn C Mrs, 316 Folsom 

O'Neil Edward, 401 Geary 

Otto Louise Mrs, 724 McAllister 

Pascal August. 911 Pacific 

Pedroni Geockino, 1407 Stockton 

Pickett E Mrs, 1126 Larkin 

Pierro E, 304 Montgomery Ave 

Pike & Hayes, 626 Kearny 

Poehiman William, SW cor Post and Pow 

Puttick Louisa, 224 5th 

Queirolo G, 511 Green 

Raines William H, 1030 Folsom 

Ratto B, 504i Post and 427 Pacific 

Redlesham Hannah, 1014 Bryant 
Rickman Rachel Mrs, SE cor Clay and 
Powell 

Rieble J, 1631 Post 

Rohe M Mrs, 1225 Webster 

Rollet C, 639 Broad ■■ ay 

Roure Joseph, XE cor Union and Dupont 

Rowan M G Mrs, 1240 Bush 

Sachse Louis, 315 Stockton 

Saltz George, 907 Bryant 

Sauer Christian, 2017 Post 

Schimpf Lena Mrs, 1011 Powell 

Schneider Jacob, 115 Oak 

Schroth & Westerfeld, 228 Kearny 

Schulz & Co, NE cor Union and Mason 

Schwan Charles, 920 Harrison 

Schwerin H W, 1129 Dupont 

Scott Eliza Mrs, 1104 Montgomery 

Schweitzer F M, 807 Valencia 

Seepy Annie Mrs, 10 Folsom 

Sears Catharine, 1155 Howard 

Shaw Mary Mrs, 254 4th 

Shiner K Mrs, 203 2nd 

Slavin Patrick, 1324 dupont 

Smith Annie Mrs, 1013 Folsom 

Smith Hugh, 418 7th 

Smith Mary Miss, 315 5th 

Spannagel John C, 115 7th 






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Bakeries— Con. 

Staenkel A, 1432 Pacific 

Stanley Patrick, 763 Bryant 

Sterns Leopold, 819 Broadway 

Stewart A, 1829 Union 

Stewart W A. 124 8th 

Stohlraan William. 339 Turk 

Stumpf B, 228 Pacific 

Sullivan A Mrs, f<40 4th 

Sutkanip & Hahn, 140 9th 

Swain Albert E, 636 Market 

Swain R R & Co, 213 Sutter 

Taylor Cyrus D, 207 6th 

Baylor James Jr, 903 Bush 

Tieren Henry, 1048 Polsom 

Timmev E J Mrs, 1505 Powell 

Trespaille M, 2215 Post 

Trevivick William G, 211 6th 

Trost William, 2441 California 

Truit James, 217 8th 

Ullrich Joseph, 1321 Stockton 

UsHelline A, 331 4th 

Valente Luigi, 216 Broadway 

Vandall George, 1419 Stockton 

Varndell L Mrs, 906 Valencia 

Vits Jacob, 1205 Polk 

Volz Augustus, 109 3rd 

Von Helms & Gesling, 514 3rd 

Weber Julius, 200 11th 

Weiner H, 225 5th 

Wempe Lena, SW co>- Valencia and 22nd 

Weseott A R Mrs, 1535 Geary 

Westerfeld & Page, 745 Market 

Weston William, 9 Stockton 

Wheeland Bros, 2232 Mission 

Widmsr G, 1400 Stockton 

Wilcox H Mrs, 2503 Mission 

Willock G, 1603 Fillmore 

Wilson Gustavus, 1139 Folsom 

Wollitz Theodore, 1425 Dupont 

Worster T D, 217 16th 

Wrede August, 1310 Pacific 

Wrysev— Mrs, 704 Filbert 



Ball asters. 

Chase k Wclf, 900 Front 

Bands Military. 

Alpers Charles, 1623 Powell 
Blum Marcus, H47 Market 
Robinson William, 9 Stevenson 
Wetterman A, 19 Stockton Place 

Bank Vault-. 

Jung J C, 110 Main 

Leavitt C II, 225 Beale 

Rutting Calvin & Sons, 121 Fremont 

Pros .lolm R, L28 Beale 

Western Iron Works, 316 318 Mission 



Bankers. 

Belloc & Cie, 524 Myntgomerv 

Berton F & Co, 529 Clay 

Borel Alfred <fc Co, 601 Mo n tgomery 

Donohoe, Kelly 'k Oo BE cot Montgom- 

ery and Sacramento 
Gansl A & J Cullen, 616 Montgomery 
Hopkins William s, 326 Montgomery 

Lazard Freres, 806 Sansom 
Newton Henry A, 327 Pine 

Parrott J, 414 Montgomery 
Plume John V ft Co, 309 California 
Sather Peder, NE cor Mont and Com 
s.itro ft Co, 106 Montgomery 

Tallant & Co, NE cor Battery and Cal 
Thompson & Co, 421 California 

Bankers Guarantee. 

Bankers Mutual Guarantee Find. 

Banker. 

Anglo Californian (limited), 422 California 
Bank of British Columbia, SE cor Califor- 
nia and Sanson) 
Bank of British NorthAmerica,221 Sansom 
Bank of California, NW cor Cal and San 
Comptoir D'Escoinpte de Paris, De 

Guigne agent, 401 California 
First National Bank of San Francisco, 315 

Montgomery 
Grangers Bank of California, NE cor Cal- 
ifornia and Davis 
Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Cor- 
poration, W H Harries agent, 415 Cal 
London and San Francisco Bank (lim- 
ited), 424 California 
Merchants' Exchange Bank (in liquida- 
tion). 423 California 
National Bank of Australasia, Hellman 

Bros & Co agents, 525 Front 
National Gold Bank and Trust Oo (in li- 
quidation). 401 Montgomery- 
Nevada lank of San Francisco, 801 Mont 
Pacific Bank, NW cor Pine and Sansom 
Wells, Fargo & Co, NE cor San and Cal 

Banks Havings. 

California Bavfngl and Loan Society, NW 

cor Eddy and Powell 
Franco Aincrii an Savings Hank, 488 Monl 

Prenen Bavlnsj and Loai 

California 

German Bavingi ami Loaa 

California 
Hiliernia ^a\ I ty, tfl 

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Humboldt Sa\ i tj , i> 

Masonic 8a vtngt and Loan 8ociety (in M- 1-3 
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Banks Savings— Con. 

Odd Fellows Savings Bank (in liquida- 
tion), 238 Montgom ry 
San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cal 
Savings and Loan Society, 619 Clay 
Security Savings Bank, 215 Sansom 

Barbers. 

[See Hairdressers.] 

Barbers' Supplies, 

Gerichten P, 1212 Market 
Stoits David, 3 Hardie Place 

Basket Makers. 

Becker William, 628 Market 

Cottura Pietro, 720 Front 

Feldman L & Co, 315-317 Sacramento 

Fuchs Robert, 1415 Stockton 

Lange John C Ft, 12 Montgomery Ave 

Navlet V, 224 Leidesdorff 

Tewes Frederick, 638 Market 

Baths. 

Bazan F, 1633 Mission 

Bovee W H, font. Larkin 

Bremer N, 722 Montgomery 

Canepa P, 323 Montgomery Ave 

Cohen Phillip, 12 Sacramento 

Driscoll Cornelius, E s Powell bet Fran- 
cisco and Bay 

Fischer Alexander, 923 Montgomery 

Flint E Mrs (magnetic), 307 Mason 

Frahm H F, foot Hyde 

Heegler & Ratz, 202 4th 

Hein E, 1206 Polk 

Horn Jerome (magnetic), 302 Post 

Kiefer John, 230 Bash 

Knocchel & Brand, 621 Montgomery 

Lampe Bros, The Baldwin and Cosmopol- 
itan Hotels 

Land is Casper (tan and herb), 51 Minna 

Loryea A M (Hammam), 11 Dupont 

Moore D C (medicated), 8 Ellis 

Nichols George, 37 Sac?amento 

Obcnauer George, 39 2nd 

Phillips & Co, 114 Sutter 

Stapelfeldt C, cor North Point and Hyde 

Walworth J J, foot Jones 

Zeile Frederick (Russian), 524 Pacific 

Bathing Suits. 

Pfi.ster J J & Co, 120 Sutter 

Bed Comforter Makers. 

Du Rose Francis F, 506 Market 



Bed Spring Manufacturers. 

Blanchard Jules, 44 4th 

California Spring Manuf Co, 147 New 

Montgomery 
Grover & Willcomb, 65 New Montgomery 
Keogh John, 73 New Montgomery 
Pacific Spring and Mattress Co, 79 New 

Montgomery 

Beds and Bedding. 

[See also Furniture retail.] 
Baum G, 1132 Market 
Beal S, 49 2nd 

Bonacina J M, 17 Montgomery Ave 
Clark T S & Co. 217 Bush 
Connelly James & Co, 217 Bush 
Farrar Benjamin F, 1557 Market 
Fischer Sigmund, 113 3rd 
Franco & Rennsrt, 1051 Market 
Frank Henrv, 212 Commercial 
Goodwin & Co, 319 Pine 
Heney W J & Co, 725 Market 
Hinckley Ezra, 149 New Montgomery 
Indianapolis Chair Manuf Co, 160 New 

Montgomery and 112 Market 
Keogh John, 73 New Montgomery 
Laeremans Frank, 528 Washington 
Nachman Adolph, 151 New Montgomery 
RIDGWAY C W & Co, 21 Tvler 
Stamper J W & Co, 215 Bush 

Beehive Manufacturers. 

Cameron H M, 232 Sutter 

Beer Bottlers. 

Capelli & Co, 1718 Stockton 
Marks S, 600 Montgomery 
Slorah Edward C, 70S Sansom 

Bell Founders and Importers. 

Garratt W T, NW cor Fremont and 1st 
Linforth, Rice & Co, 401 Market 
Wee J & Kingwell, 125 1st 

Bellows Manufacturers. 

Fenn F C, 1628 Mission 
McKeune H & Co, 568 Mission 

Belting. 

Berry & Place, SW cor Market and Fre 
Cook H N, 415 Market 
Cook & Ellis, 37 Fremont 
Degen L P, 10 Fremont 
Gregory H P & Co, 2 California 
Rover Herman, 855-S61 Bryant 

Bill Posters. 

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Billiard Goods. 

Grundel Julius G, 811 Market 
Strahle Jacob & Co, 533 Market 

Billiard Saloons. 

Castagnet F & P Lecussan. 530 Merchant 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, SW cor Bush and 

Sansom 
Ferguson Louis C, 8 Eddy 
God&il John, The Baldwin, 20 Powell 
Hartshorn & Waters. 126 Kearny 
Hoffman S, SE cor Kearny and Sac 
Hopkins Peter, Grand Hotel, 13 New 

Montgomery 
Kerr & Farquharson, foot Hardie Place 
Lick House, SW cor Montgomery and Sut 
Martin Louis, 1024 Stockton 
Mouthon J, SOS Bush 
Muller Henry, 69 New Montgomery 
Occidental Hotel, SE cor Bush and* Mont 
Palace Hotel, SW cor Market and New 

Montgomery 
Read Robert, 1200 Polk 
Russ House, W s Montgomery bet Bush 

and Pine 
Schmidt C H, 626 Sacramento 
Somcrville & Ellis, 132 Montgomery Ave 

Billiard Table Makers. 

Drouilhat John, 813 Montgomery 
Jun^blut August & Co, 10 Tyler 
Liesenfeld Philip, 5S5 Market 
Strahle Jacob & Co, 533 Market 



Bird Cage Makers. 

HALLIDIE A S, 6 California 

Birds. 

Fetsch J, 271 1st 

Herman Theodore & Co, 630 Washington 

Lozier A, 337 Kearny 

Robison A C & Co, 540 Kearny 

Woltf Bernard, 109 4th 

Bitters. 

[Manufacturers and Agents.] 

Cahen Louis & s m, 4l< Sacramento 
Dunn's Aromatl ■, BJ Brenham Place 
Hess Louis (Damiana), 12 Montgomery 

Ave 

Jaujou E A & Co, 430-432 Jackson 
Lyons K G & Co, 503 Jackson 
McMillan & Kester, 714 Front 
Haber, Alfs & Bruno, 418 Front 
Bedington & Co, 529 Market 
Ren/. John, 219 Comm 
Efcroufe & IfcCrum (Pipifaa 



Blacksmiths. 
[See also Horseshocrs.] 

Andresen Bros, 607 Battery 
Atkins >n George, 42 Vallcjo 

Barz Augujt, W a Montgomery Are bet 
Filbert and Greenwich 

Betts o J, 1 4 :i 4 Jackson 

Christy James, Berry near 4th 

Cummings Patrick, SW cor Mission and 
7th 
7th 

Dewzlcr Jacob, 5 Cedar Ave 

Donohue P, 716 Sansom 

Doyle Rody, 820 Folsom 

Doyle T, S s Point Lobos Ave near Ma- 
sonic Ave 

Dunn James, 145 Valencia 

Dunnigan & CDea, 127 Post 

Ewing John, 856 Howard 

Farrcn John, 121 Beale 

Feiser F T, 1509 Mission 

Fitzgerald Charles, 4 Everett 

Frajewski Frederick, S s Berry bet 4th 
and 5th 

Gallagher James & Son, 843 Harrison 

Gilmor J J D, 209 Main 

Grosso Constantino, 31 Clark 

Harris J & Co, 5 Beale 

Hayes Jamss S, 116 Washington 

Herzog Christian, 737 Broadway 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, 213 Fremont 

Hoe, Bernard & Co, 862 Harrison 

Holm J, 1013 Valencia 

Hoppe Carl, Berry near 4th 

Jung John C, 110 Main 

Kenny J, 2313 Mission 

Kistcr & Vetter, 922 Brannan 

Krawnburg J, 2rt21 Fr-lsom 

Krueger & Butterfleld, 1106 Howard 

Laeaze B, 714 Sansom 

L^amar T D S, 540 Valencia 

Langley & •! mes, 27 Washington 

Lownev Jeremiah, 205 8th 

Lowney T m >thv J, 205 8th 

Mahoney .lolm. cor 1st Ave and Kentucky 

Mangeot & Daclin, NE cur Sansom and 
Ja ks .ii 

Manson James, 119 1 

Marcel James, L2 8to kt m Place 

Martin \ Torry, 1604 Minion 

Massone G, 619 Front 

McCarron John, 52Q 4th 

McCarty Bros, 139 5th 

McFadyen A. 171 l M 

McNeill Daniel R & Co, 23 7th 

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Blae ksmiths— Con . 

Neumiller Jacob, 1073 Market 

Nicholson John J, 104 14th 

Oester C, 315 Mission 

Okerlund Peter, 325 Francisco 

Phi" J F, 475 Brannan 

Pierce L G, 215 1st 

Rentschler John, 1624 Mission 

Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, SE 

cor Beale and Howard 
Scbodel Henry, cor 5th and Railroad Ave 
Shaw William E, 1621 Market 
Soule Eugene, NW cor Bryant and 4th 
Suhl Chris F, 114 Drumm 
Sullivan J, 218 Post 
Toothaker J H Jr, 1625 Pine 
"Von Emden I, NW cor 5th and Clara 
Weichhart John, 143 Beale 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

AJthof & Bahls, 329 Sansom 
Bartling & Kimball, 505 Clay 
Bosqui Edward & Co. 523 Clay 
Buswell & Co, 521 Clay 
Cooke William B & Co, 723 Market 
Cummin^s & Phillips, 509 Clay 
Hicks D & Co, 543 Clay 
LeCount Bros, 417 Montgomery 
Payot, Upham & Co, 204 Sansom 

Boarding. 

[See Hotels and Lodgings.] 

Boat Builders. 

Burns & Kincass, 22 Mission 

Collins Timothy, 120 Berry 

Gracchi & BagHetto. 5 Vallejo 

Griffin John D, 239 Steuart 

Murphy D, Kentucky bet Merrimac and 

Berry 
O'Connell Daniel, U S Dock bet Front and 

Batten- 
Reed John, 316 Main 
Twigg J, SE cor King and Ritch 
Vice Thomas, 42 Steuart 

Boiler Composition. 

Watson & Co, 319 Battery 

Boiler Covering. 

Air Space Boiler Covering Co, 413 Pacific 

Boiler Makers. 

California Boiler Works, 141-143 1st 
Hall J V (Sacramento Boiler Works), 214 

Beale 
Hawkins William, 210 Beale 
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes (Fulton Iron 

Works), 213 Fremont 
Jardine J B, 135 Beale 



Boiler Makers— Con. 

McAfee, Wheeler & Co, 210 Spear 
Movnihan & Aitkin, 311 Mission 
Price L G, 215 1st 
Rankin, Bravton & Co (Pacific Iron 

Works), 127 1st 
Rice H W, 56 Bluxome 
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, SE 

cor Beale and Howard 
Roebuck Thomas G, 137 Beale 

Book Binders. 

Althof & Bahls, 329 Sansom 

Bartling & Kimball, 505 Clay 

Bosqui Edward & Co, 523 Clav 

Buswell A & Co, 521 Clav 

Cooke William B &Co, 723 Market 

Cumminsrs & Phillips, 509 Clay 

Hicks D & Co, 543 Clay 

Hughes E C, 511 Sansom 

Learv A J, 404 Sansom 

Mclntyre John B, 423 Clay and 422 Com 

Kadius Ludwig, 420 Kearny 

Rankin Charles E, 540 Clay 

Shupe Pembroke T, 120 Sutter 

Wolff August, 310 Post 

Booksellers. 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 

Barkhaus F W & D, 213 Kearny 

Beach Chilion, 107 Montgomery 

Bell Geo H, 639 Kearny 

Biilings, Harbourne & Co, 3 Montgomery 

Blake S C, 617 Montgomery- and 503 Kear 

BOURGOIN ADOLPHE, 206 Montgom- 
ery Ave 

Bowles J, SE cor Leidesdorff and Com 
I Choynski I N, 30 Geary 

Cooper M E, 746 Marke!" 

Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, 327 San 

Currie A L & Co, 514 Post 

Dance H A, 1803 Polk 

David L N, 625 Washington 

Dewing & Co, 207 Dupont 

Dunn S W, 629 Washington 

Edgerly S A, 203i Montgomery Ave 

Flood Michael (Catholic), 831 Market 

Freund & Co, 204 Bush 

Frey W A, 404 Kearny 

Gregoire Louis & Co, 612 Washington 
I Hill J B, 1041 Market 
, Keller Henrv & Co, 116 Post 

King M L, 205 4th 

Magill Thomas W, 1018 Market 
I Metzger Louis, 208 Bush 
! O'Connor J B & Co, 103 6th 
! Philan John, SW cor Sutter and Kearny 
: Ryan Peter N Mrs, 40 4th 
; Scott Henry & Co, 138 4th 
i Scott James C, 22 3rd 
i Shupe Pembroke T, 120 Sutter 



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Booksellers— Con. 

Sinclair A, SE cor Dupont and Sutter 
Smith James, 1208 Valencia 
Thobert H T, 213 3rd 
White James T ,M Co, 107 Montgomery 
Williams G H Mrs, 540 Bush 

Boot -Fitters. 

Mitchell M, 173 Jessie 
Pfeiffer F, 252 Jessie 

Boot and Shoe JIaehinery. 

McKAY SEWING MACHINE ASS'N, 511 

Market 
Rosseter & Smith, 545 Market 

Boots and Shoes- Wholesale. 

Armstrong & Wright, 67-69 Stevenson 

Bourne R A, 10S Gearv 

Buckingham & Hecht," 528-530 Market 

Dolan J W, 126 Kearny 

Cohnreich Bros, 804 Market 

Emerson D W, 77 New Montgomery 

Girard Louis, bW Market 

Healy D A, 848 Market 

Healy ft Casey, 125 Sansom 

Hecht Bros & Co, 528 Market and 27 Sut 

Hobart, Wood & Co, 15 Sansom 

Joxy Bros, 23 Van Ness Ave 

Kullman, Salz & Co, 106 Battery 

Levinsky Bros, 349 Market 

Levy Samuel W, 29 Battery 

Lindenbaum J, 52 Steuart 

Lowtnstein I, 931 Kearnv 

Marks & Berliner, 414 Market 

Nolan E D & Co, 71 Stevenson 

Nolan P F & Co, 514 Market 

No'an k Bros, 738 Market 

Porter, Oppenheimer, Slessinger & Co. 
117 Battery 

Rasmussen P, 305 3rd 

Rhode Bros, 509 Jackson 

Rosenstock S W & Co, SE cor Sansom 
and Bush 

Rosenthal, Feder & Co, 33 Batterv 

Sieberlichs A Sons, 32 2nd 

Schroeder & Co, 672 Howard 

Tirrell C4PH4 Co, 419 Clay 

United Working-men's Co-operative Boot 
and Shoe Co, 416 Market 

Wentworth I M Boot & Sho. Co, 567 Mar- 
ket 

Williams Bros, 25-27 New Montgomery 

Boots and Shoes- Retail. 

Alexander Isaac, 4«>4 Pacific 

Alsen I, 523 Byde 

Alt C, 808 \ allejo 

Apprill George. 808 Stockton 

Armstrong \ Wright, »;7 Stevenson 



Boots and Shoes— Betail -Con 

Attinger (Gottlieb, 117 LeidesdorflF 

Axt L, 1056 Howard 

Bacigalupi G, 1404 Dupont 

Bahr William A, 107 8th 

Bartheleiny N, 723 Jackson 

Barton James, si!) Battery 

Baumgarten J, 498 4th 

Behrend John, 1222 Creen 

Beran A, 2028 MatOfl 

Benin Emanuel, B22§ Folsom 

Beran F, 1001 Pacific 

Berglund N, 518^ Gearv 

Bertelson c, sw cor 28rd and York 

Beethoni Herman. 206 Post 
E, 646 Merchant 

Blesi Sebastian. 1060 Market 

Block W, 1319 Stockton 

Blum A, 1012 Battery 

Blume H, 649 Merchant 

Bois>eau & Son, 324 Dupont 

Borromes A, 315 Pacific 

Briel H, 16 Dupont 

Broderick T J, 112 3rd 

Bru John, 1220 Powell 
Bryant George, 22 Dupont 

Buehan James, 280 16th 

Bunn James, 1002 Montgomery 

Burges J B, 122 3rd 

Burke John, 332 Spear 

Burkhardt George, 540 Washington 

Bums Henry, 210 3rd 

Busch Joseph, 124 7th 

Bussolino S, 1508 Dupont 

Butterfield Richard O, 779 Market 

Callaghan D, 266 Bran nan 

Callairhan R, 216 24th 

Carli C, 503 GreeD 

Carroll Michael, 1329 Cay 

Cases Albert, 702 Broadway 

Cavagnaro Francisc o, 1427 Dupont 

Clark Joseph M, 889 Ha\ts 

Clark Patrick, 306 6th 

Clarke Charles, 61oA Howard 

Cleary I' M, 510 IfMtoa 

Cohen Meyer, 249 6th 

Coon Jan.!., 108 Pacific 

Cobn Lnuis, 5oo Pacific 

CohB M. 244 4th 

Cohn Morris, 810 Larkin 

Coleman D. 17 i 

Connor Patrick, BE cor Filbert and Ta 

lor 
CoateUo Patri.k, 708 I^rkin 
( "stre Speridan, 80 I 
>ttcr M. 621 Valencia 

COQCfa 11 M. B48 \';il- n. ii 

Coyle Henry, -) 

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Cret don William, -J'.' • ,, miiiercial 

Cuff Dennis, 702 Brannan 
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Boots and Shoes— Retail— Con. 


Boots and Shoes— Retail— Con, 


Davis & Mathews, 820 Battery 


Grimes George C. 803 Folsom 


Davoren John, 522 6th 


Grosse Elkan, 406 Jackson 


Deasy Bros, 132 3rd 


Grove H, 22 Stockton 


Demarthii G, 229i Montgomery Ave 


Guerin Mtchael, 315 Bush 


Deutsch J, 1513 Geary and 116£ Dupont 


Gutberlet Joseph, 546 Washington 


Devitt Joseph, 1028 Sutter 


Hamilton C, 2615 Sutter 


Devoto Dominico, 609 Vallejo 


Hamlin C L, 635 Howard 


Dietle Charles, 235 Bush 


Hanson & Borgward, 1208 Market 


Dietz John, 391 8th 


Harper M Mrs, 15th Ave bet P and Q 


Donohue E, 20 Hayes 


Harris Isaac, 302 Pacific 


Donovan D, 1412 Stockton 


Hatch William O, 945 Mission 


Donovan Timothv, 13 Merchant 


Healy Thomas & Son, 708 Folsom 


Dorler & Hilzinger, 317 4th 


Heick Christian, 508 4th 


Dreschler Louis, 947 Bryant 


Heim F, 121 Dupont 


Dr'scoll Cornelius, E s Mason bet Chest- 


Heinze Frederick C, 211 Chattanooga 


nut and Francisco 


Heller G, 743 4th 


Dunne I, 620 Washington 


Hemmer J H, 635 Kearny 


Dunne James, 1620 Mission 


Hepp George, 1325 Dupont 


Edgar John, 102 Jackson 


Hermann M, 437 Fulton 


Ehrhorn August, 1220 Larkin 


Hess Robert, 20 Dupont 


Ehrhorn Carl, 305 Dupont 


Hinders Henry, 3?.2 Kearny 


Ehrhorn Edward, 1656 Mission 


Hoertkorn Charles, 543 Washington 


Ehrhorn Rudolph, 405£ Turk 


Holmes Joseph, 147 2nd 


Eifert C, 7 Sonora 


Hoppenzitz M, 313 Montgomery Ave 


Emerson D W, 2508 Mission 


Horner John, 1242 Fols.m 


Ernst P, cor Mission and Virginia Ave 


Houston James, 103 9th 


Etthofer Henry, 602 4th 


Howell H W, 1139 Pacific 


Fassmann Anton, 6 3rd 


Hunt & Jenkins, X s Filbert bet Webster 


Feeney J, 1111 Pierce 


and Fillmore 


Fehrenbach Joseph, 1136 Folsom 


Huth Carl, 729 Union 


Fcngeler H, 539 Clay 


Irmscher H, 204 2nd 


Fenn ssv John, 42 6th 


Isselbacher Samuel, 1414^ Powell 


Ferris D, 623 Merchant 


Jacobs George, 2)13 Mission 


Finigan Bernard, 526 Valencia 


Jennings F R, 713 Mission 


Fischer William, 202 Montgomery Ave 


Johnson Ado'phus D, 426 Hayes 


Fishel M, 611 California 


Johnson H P, 18 Anna 


Fitzgerald J F, 536 Grove 


Johnson John, 75 Minna 


Flynn James, 44 2nd 


Joseph Charles, 316 Kearny 


Fogerty James, 3 Turk 


Jund Henry, 535 California 


Frank Joseph, 423 Drumm 


Kast & Co, NE cor Market and Dupont 


Frank C & Co, 605 Kearny 


Kaufmann Adam, 107 Jackson 


Franke Rudolph, 512£ Geary 


Keenan Patrick, 503 Mission 


Frauen H H, 542 3rd 


Kehoe P, 238 3rd 


Freiberger Charles, 1504 Stockton 


Kelly P, 233 Kearny 


Frese Hern an, 327 Dupont 


Kenny John, 509 Stevenson 


Friedel F, 158 Steuart 


Kenney M, 516 Commercial 


Fritsch William, 3253 Mission 


Kennev Patrick, 237 Jackson 


Frohmann Samuel, 256? 4th 


Klibbeck G, 522 Pacific 


Gallagher W P, 2017 Fillmore 


Kiopper Henry, 121 Davis 


Garrett Francis, XE cor Sansom and Pac 


Koch George, 633£ Mission 


Gassncr V, 402 Post 


Koehler VV, 2407 California 


Gauggel Leo, 181 Minna 


Kocnig A, 403 Kearny 


Gerber & Co, 1053 Market 


Koenig Anton, 122 Kearny 


Giblin Will'am, 1107 Howard 


Koeper Frederick, 519 Montgomery Ave 


Goepel O, 41': 3rd 


Kohlbecher J, 123 4th 


Goldschmidt Isidor, 231 6th 


Kommcr E. 623 Market 


Goncalves Manuel, 612 Post 


Kopankiewicz A, 1421 Devisadero 


Gottlieb L, 32u Taylor 


Kramer F, 219 Davis 


Grass Frederick, 8 4th 


Kramer Frederick, 81 Natoma 


Graul Frank, 1803 Market 


Kramer Henrv, 112 7th 


Green Morris, 810 Valencia 


Krausc G, 1021 Pacific 



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Boots and Shoes—Retail— Con. 


Boots and Hhoes-Retail— «Don. 


La Fleur V, 432 Bush 


Meagher \V ; lliam F, 111 Geary 


Lackman Herman, 210 Bran nan 


Mehnert Ernest, 12 Jackson 


Lagomarcino L L, 70S Montgomery Ave 


Meier Joseph, 837 Pacific 


Lahman William, 237 5th 


Merani Emiliy, 1409 Dupont 


Laib Anton, 906 Paeifie 


Meyer A, 613 Laguna 


Laib J, 1023 Post 


Michael Gustave, 343 3rd 


Langradcr R, 308 Fell 


Miller M A Co, 909 Market 


Landucci Francisco, 812 Sansom 


Mink P.I, 1624 Leavenworth 


Landsberg Herman, 34 6th 


Moebus Frederick, 333 East 


Lanouette Edward, 306£ 3rd 


Moffat t Thomas, 3 Clementina 


Lehmann Solomon, 957£ Folsom 


Molay Martin, 128 5*h 


Leiour J A, 721 Union 


Monaghan Patrick, 458 6th 


Leonard T H, 905 Bryant 


Monnin Bros, B04 Kear and 603 Mont 


Lesser Jacob, 1320 Polk 


Monnin John B, 1526 Polk 


Lesser Bros, 103 6th 


Moore John, 1057 Folsom 


Lester Charles, 12 Steuart 


Moore & Murphy, 13S 6th 


Levy Aaron, 131 Pacific 


Mornssey William, 95 Commercial 


Lew Adolph, 138 2nd 


Mosebacher Gerson, 212 Steuart 


Levy B, 420 Hayes 


Moynihan Lawrence, 410 6th 


Lewin M, 122 Pacific 


Mailer Charles, 1600 Pacific Ave 


Lickel Mo ris M, 100 Jackson 


Muller Frank, 242 Sutter 


Lisraan 1, 31 3rd 


Mulreany G, 915 Post 


Liitau Joseph, 847 Clay 


Mutschler Christian, 2 Tvler 


Lonsrtin J B, 111 7th 


Nagel J, 646 Clay 


Louis M, 313 Sutter 


Naish J, 607 Oetavia 


Lowbock William, 50 1st 


Nass Andrew, 551 Folsom 


Lowenstein I, 1208 Stockton 


Neary B, 85 Stevenson 


Lowerv Hcnrv, 405 Brannan 


Neary X, NW cor 9th and Railroad Aves 


Lubke N, NW cor R R and 6th Avea 


Nelligan W, 305 5th 


Lucier Joseph, 101 6th and 2405 Cal 


Nelson Peter D, 529 East 


Lucke H, 40 G ary 


Newdorfcr Henry, 615 Davis 


Mac Namara, 129 6th 


Noble James, 432 Valencia 


Mac Namara Andrew, 12 5th 


Nolan Bros, 738 Market 


Magallon F, 28 Hinckley 


Nolan E D & Co, 71 Stevenson 


Magnes Abraham, 306 16th 


Nolan M D, 11 3rd 


Maier Charles, 836 Kearny 


Noltemeier F W, 339 8th 


Main Edward, 320 Folsom 


O'Connell A Balfrey, 506$ Howard 


Maloney Pa- rick, 103 5th 


O'Connor Jos. ph, 1006 McAllister 


Mariani A, 810 Sansom 


O'Hanlon Jamee F, 719 Montgomery and 


Marshall J D, 413 Haves 


10 Montgomery Ave 


Martin T, 1418 Pacific 


O'Reagan Daniel, 719 Davis 


Mart'melli B, 422 Broadwav 


O'Reilly Thomas, U46th 


Mason J, 1521 Ellis 


Obenauer Henry, 102 11th 


Mathes 1> H, v;r. Market 


Ohm F, 430 Folsom 


Mathews Tho DM, 815 Battery 


Onesto Lorenzo, COO Market 


Matthews .lames, 529 Sacramento 


Pahl Richard, 77 4th 


Matthiessoi Matthew, 219 12th 


Pardinl Eugene, 724 Washington 


Maxaner G, 1511 Ma~on 


Parker Edward W, 944 11 irrU.>n 


Mayers John, 1712 Leavenworth 


Patton Thomas, 2-4 Btevenson 


McCarthy 1'eimis, 312 6th 


Panson H, 528 Pacific 


McCarthj J, W a Mi;<s bet 29th and 30th 


Peck John, 20 \| mtffomer] 


McCarthy Patrick, 222 .lackson 


ivile Alexia <>, 1119 Folsom 


McClellaa Charles, SB cor 20th and Illi- 


Pen !'. 118 Broadwaj 


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Perrj 11 B iward 


McCumiskey Jamee, 2124 Mission 


- iph, 2 5th 


McDonald .lames, ::; ; 16th 


Pierre John, l "■'•'■'■ Dupont 


McDougall N i >n 


- honman, 618 Broadway 


McGrath James, '-'.",2 Stewart 


Pringi G rket 


Mclver .1, ■"::; II iward 


Quinn John, 816 4th 


McKinney <;> lorjre, 17 Sacramento 


Quinn John C, 228 5th 


McMillan Neal, 206 5th 


Quinn Thomas, 3 !6 .">th 






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Boots and Shoes— Betail— Con. 


Boots and Shoes— Retail— Con. 


Radford Thomas, 9 Spring 1 


Sullivan M, 215 Folsom 


Raffetto L, 1304 Stockton 


Swain James H, 125 Sansom 


Rapoys Manuel S, 415 Drumm 


Thonett J, 432 Pacific 


Rasmussen P, 305 3rd 


Thumler Charles, 28 Turk 


Reaume L, 442 3rd 


Thumler Christian L, 6 Sacramento 


Repenn F, 521 Sacramento 


Thumler Henry, 3 Beale 


Rethv George, 933 Market 


Tissot Ernest J C, 833 Pacific 


Reubold Michael, 325 Bush 


T-)bin John, 448 Valencia 


Rice A, 1206 Sutter 


Tormey Frank, 18 Tyler 


Rimassa E, 720 Washington 


Trac}- James, 112 Washington 


Rise Aloys, 806 Greenwich 


Trautvetter Andrew, 2515 Mission 


Robin J, 535 Vallejo 


Turiell George, 1010 Market 


Robitseher Samuel, 1589 Turk 


Utschig A, 1613 Polk 


Rosenberg B, 108 Geary 


Utschig John, 326 Bush 


Ro.-senthal Isaac, 202 Pacific 


Veitsch Parry, 3001 Mission 


Rosenthal I L & Bro, 1326 Polk 


Villein eur J, 4 Summer 


Rosenzweig P, 1029 Dupont 


Walker GeorgelW, 11 Sutter 


Rcss Alexander, 503 Hayes 


Walsh J, 208 1st 


Rothermel P H, 433 O'Farrell 


Walsh Thomas F, 1153 Folsom 


Ruf Jacob. 903 Clay 


Walz Charles, 403 Sutter 


Runge F, 1120 Taylor 


Weber C F, 621 California 


Russ A, 671 Howard 


Weber G & Co, 632 Commercial 


Russell J B, STW cor Dupont and Geary 


Webster T, 623 Howard 


Ryder H, 132 Folsom 


Welp G H F, 2054 Mission 


Sablatschan J, 810 Laguna 


Whalen M H, 252 Beale 


Saelar Frederick, 424 Leavenworth 


White M, 605 Commercial 


Sanguinet i P, 1518£ Stockton 


White Thomas, 35 Pacific 


Schade August, 331 16th 


Wilkinson William, 1212 Polk 


Schallehn August, 515 Bryant 


Williams John, 1719£ Mission 


Schath J, 3 Franklin 


Wolf A & Co, 20S 6th 


Scheer Henry, 739 Vallejo 


Wolf H Jr, 414 Sacramento 


Schmidl Anton, 8o3 Jackson 


Wolfarth J M. 1322 Pacific 


Schneider Henry, 808 Union 


Wolff J, 603 Montgomery Ave 


Schuerg George', 405 24th 


Wood John, 408 24th 


Schultz John, 73 Minna 


Youngclaus John D, 419 Sutter 


Schultz Wiliam, 622 Capp 


Zeis John, 222£ 2nd 


Schwerdt & Ailer, 22 6th 


Zschiesche Christian, 1422 Dupon t 


Seifert Morritz, 986 Harrison 




Seifke Ferdinand, 240 6th 


Borax Refiners. 


Seiss Jacob, 427 4th 


Ellsworth H M & Co, 417 Chestnu 


Shea Michael, 805 Market 




Sheehan M, 360 3rd 


Bottle Dealers, 


Silberstein L, 422 Pacific 




Silva Joaquin, 115 Jackson 


Hammell W F & Co, 1122 Mission 


Sil\ erstone Harris, 464 6th 


Strassburger Bros, 320 Battery 


Simon Joseph, 818 Montgomery 
Skerret Thomas, 226 6th 


Watson & Co, 319 Battery 
Waugh Alexander & Co, 112 Main 


Smidt Henry, 1402^ Powell 




Solomon L, 48 Steuart 


Bowling Alley. 


Staib C, 932 Folsom 
Stein G, 3 Washington 


Kahn Joseph, 416 Pine 


Stein Henry, . 23 Pacific 
Stem Meyer, 26 4th 


Box Manufacturers—Cigar 


Stevenson W W, 254 Steuart 


California Cigar Box Factory, Berry bet 


Stievler — , 212 Pacific 


3rd and 4th 


Stockwitz Morris, 250 4th 


Korbel F & Bros. 808 Battery 


Straub Gustav, 7 Trinity 


Waldstein Abraham, 320 Sansom 


Strauss Moses, 1503 Market 




Stud wick Joseph E, 141 5th 
Stumpf Joseph, 501 O'Farrell 


Box Makers- -Fancy. 


Stumpf Jacob, 1000 Bush 


Lochbaum August H, 134 Sutter 



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Box Manufacturers—Packing, 

Hobbs, Pomeioy & Co, 11-13 Beale 

Meyers, Oilman ft Co, SW cor 9th and 
Harrison 

Oriental Box Factory, cor 2nd and Town- 
send 

San r'ranciseo Box Factory, Berry bet 
3rd and 4th 

Truckee Lumber Co, cor 5th and Berry 

Union Box Factory, 114 Steuart 

Weston Charl s W, 119 Beale 

Woodbury & Merguire, Ss Berry bet 4th 

and 5th 
Box Manufacturers, Paper, 

Thiebault Carl, 744 Mission 
Waizman M, 539 Market 
Wenipe Bros, 569 Market 

Breweries. 

Albany, F Hagemann & Co, 71 Everett 
Albion, Burncll ft Turner, 519 Sac 
Bavarian, P Frauenholz, NE cor Mont- 
gomery Ave and ValKjo 
Boca Brewing Co, 415 Sacramento 
Broadway, Jacob Adams, 637 Broadway 
California,- Henry Schulte, Serpentine 

Ave bet Bryant and Bran nan 
Chicago, Henry Ahrens ft Co, 1420 Pine 
Eagle, "W'm D Smith, SW cor 14th and 

Folsom 
Empire, John Harrold, N s Chestnut nr 

Mason 
Enterprise, Hildebrandt ft Co, 2017 Fol 
Eureka, Schweitzer ft Bro, 236 1st 
Europa, John C Chreat, SW cor 25th and 

Nebraska 
Excelsior, E C Slorah, 708 Sansom 
Golden City, G Brekle, 1431 Pacific 
Golden Gate, Chas Metzler, SE cor Green- 
wich ft Montgomery Ave 
Hibernia, Matthew Nunan, 1225 Howard 
Humboldt, Noethig ft Turk, Mission nr 

15th 
Lafayette, Grogan ft Anstett, 725 Green 
Mason's, John Mason, 517 Chestnut 
Milwaukee, Gehrig ft Luhrniann, 612 7th 
National, Gluck ft Hansen, SEcor Fulton 

and Webster 
North Beach, Joseph Sehwarz, NE cor 

Powell and Chestnut 
Pacific, Fortmann ft Co, 287 Tehama 
PHILADELPHIA, John Wieland, 240 2nd 
pan Francisco stock, sk cor Powell and 

Francisco 
South San Prancisco, Hoelscher ft Co, cor 

R R and llth Av. a 
Swan, SK eor Dolores and 15th 
Swiss, John J St nut i (estate 1 ,, 414 Dup 
Tivoli, John Bauer, K .-. PUlmOIt tut 

Waller ft Qerroania 



Breweries -Con. 

Union, Christ. an Hess, 828 Clementina j 
United States, Kronenberg ft Wannen-I 
macher, SE cor Franklin and McAllis- 
ter 

Washington, Claus Wrcden & Co, SE cor 

Lombard and Ta\l >r 
Willows, O Fans, ft Co, SK cor 19th and 

Mission 

Brewer's Materials. 

Bauer J C & Co, 632 Sacramento 
Herrmann & Co, 313 Sacramento 
Scherr, Bach & Lux, 511 Sacramento 



Bricklayers. 

Belzer Julius, 1310 Market 
Spaulding M, 308 Jessie 
Thornhill Joseph, 35 Post 
Wagner J, 516 Kearny 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Hunter & Shackleford, 310 Pine 
Lynch Peter, Pacific Street Wharf 
Patent Brick Co, 513 Montgomery 
Remillard Brick Co, Pacific Street Wharf 

Bridge Builders. 

HALLIDIE A S (wire and wire rope), 6 

California 
Martin W H ft Co, 7 Spear 
Pacific Bridge Co, 4 California 

Brokers, General. 

DePass J M, 331 Montgomery 
Duane, Ballard ft Co, 22 California 

Durkin J M, 507 California 
Fitch Luther K, 310 (lay 
Frank Samuel J, 413 California 

Girard L, 214 California 
GrifBn ft Co, 406 Front 
Hall, Coffee >v Co, 820 Sanson 

Ho-hkofler Rudolph, 203 Front 
Houston W J ft Co, 206 Front 
Hughes H .v Co, 216 Front 
Jeffiay William, 204 California 
Joins Charles c, -JH SaeramsBto 

Kendall Frank I. 225 Front 

Knuiscn ,v Ireland, 123 California 

Lorentsen Andrew P, M Market 

Ifelone i>, 4:;s California 

Merle- Charlei K, 106 Front 
Mitchell t; II, 607 California 
Pollard William H, 408 Fiont 
Price Benjamin, 202 Sansom 
Read ft Raffed »mery 

Richardson A Field, 214 California 
Bchreiher John, 688 Mission 
Stewart Irving:, 40 California 



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Brokers, General— Con. 

Stowell William H, 214 California 

Teller JBP, 405 Front 

Tetzen C, 202 California 

Wadsworth William R & Son, 402 Front 

Wheeler Frederick A, 128 California 

White & Co, 316 California 

Wilde J M, 405 Front 

Brokers, Grain. 

Bent E F & Co, 18 California 
Bogart J M, 214 Sacramento 
Campbell James W H, 433 California 
Hohhs Frederick, 402 Front 
Holcomh W A & Co, 302 Davis 
Holderness W, 22 California 
Jones Charles C, 214 Sacramento 
Jordan Joseph W, 302 Davi> 
Mayhew Earnest & Co, 302 Davis 

Brokers, House. 

Baldwin & Co, 502 Kearny 
Easton & Co, 22 Montgomery 
Madison & Burke, 501 Montgomery 
Magee W H, 224 Montgomery 

Brokers, Insurance. 

Blumberg J F, 306 Montgomery 
Carlton Charles C, 311 California 
Deasy J, 405 California 
Donzelman C F, 425 California 
Hawes B C, 403 California 
Hickman Henry, 405 California 
Hogan John, 405 California 
Hollub Adolphus, 313 California 
Lorcntzen Anlrew P, 36 Market 
McCormick John W, 425 California 
Mercado M R Mrs, 307 Montgomery 
Mitchell John C, 425 California 
Nichols Selden K, 225 Sansom 
Oliver B P, 310 Pine 
! Pockwitz Louis, 307 California 
(Pollack S, 502 Kearny 
Price Benjamin, 202 Sansom 
Read & Rafferty, 333 Montyomerv 
Schohay & Miller, 302$ Hayes 
Speyer Morris, 307 California 
Swain Henry C, 202 Sansom 
Von Khein & Hyland, 614 Market 

Brokers, Mining. 

Clute & Loveland, 242 Montgomery 
Durcn William H, 31S Pine 
Earl John 0,401 California 
Edwards G D, 414 California 
Elliott R, 45 Merchant's Exchange 
Ellon R. 310 Pine 

Hamilton, Goldstone & Co, 215 Sansom 
Ludlam, Mather & Co, 211 Sansom 
Mackie James B, 309 California 



Brokers, Money. 

I Bishop E, 700 Market 

; Carter R W, 302 Montgomery 
Cogan J, 403 California 
Conn & Frank, 418 Montgomery 
Davis W H, 320 Sansom 
Haverstick W H, 500 Montgomery 
Hopkins William S, 326 Montgomery 
McMechan James, 405 California 
Neville Ernest H, 116 Montgomery 
Oppenheimer & Salinger, 422 Montgomery 

| Roe & Plummer, 15 Steuart 

| Salomon Jacob, 502 Kearny 

j Schuler A, 209 Sansom 
Shcpard E A, 501 Montgomery 

J Smith F, 316 Montgomery 

i Sutro & Co, 408 Montgomery 

j Sweeney Daniel 535 California 

1 Yassauiit F, 320 Sansom 

• Watkin William B, 438 California 
Weihe August, 400 Montgomery 

Brokers, Xote. 

'Abbott Osbom, 316 California 
j Fisk Asa, 240 Montgomery 
|Hagan & Manheiin, 316 California 
i Lacv H, 321 California 

LITTLE JOHN T, 302 Montgomery 

McCombe John, 302 Montgomery 

Raum J M, 43 J Montgomery 

Russell Edwin, 330 Pine 



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Money Loaned on Real Estate and other 

Collaterals— Notes Discounted. 

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SAN FRANCISCO. 



Brokers, Pawn. 

Aronson G & Co, 110 Kearnv 
: Franklin A. 813 Kearny 
j Goldberg M & Co, 524 Kearny 
! Goodman Abraham, 414 Kearny 
'Graff Samuel, 214 Montgomery Ave 

Henrv A, 617 Washington 

Hirshfeld J H & Co, 510 Kearny 

Hyman Wolf, 16 Kearny 

Jacobs Abraham, 613 Pacific 
j Lichtenstein B H, 702 Kearny 
'Lichtenstein M H, 612£ Montgomery 

Myers H, 644 Clay 

Myers H i: Son, 227, 333 and 623 Kearny 

Salomon J L, 022 Kearny 

Silberstein J & Co, 340 Kearny 

Stone John R, 255 3rd 
, Wheats E D, 1 4th 



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Brokers, Real Estate. 

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Brokers, Ship and Custom' 
House. 

Bellingall & Miller. 425 Battery 
Bernhard Robert, 3 2 California 
Boden John H & Co, 504 Battery 
Bunker Henry S, 508 Battery 
Casavecchia & Gesvr t, 417 Washington 
De Fremery H S, 508 Battery 
Doyle & Wikon. 33 California 
Gardner James H, 504 Patttrv 
Hci*e Charles E, 510 Batt rv" 
Header Charles, 51S Batterv 
Hughes & Edson, 504 Battery 
Lolor Charles P, SO Merchants' Exchange 
L'ireiitzen Andrew 1', 3 ! Market 
Mattoon & Danglada, 502 Battery 
Mavhew & Taggard, 508 Battery 
Reed George W, 508 Batterv 
Schleiden & Seholl, 418 Battery 

Brokers, Stocks. 

Abbott Osborn, 316 California 
Aherene M J, 331 Montgomery 
Ackerson G T, 314 Montgomery 
Allen Richard K, 646 Market 
Armstrong J L, 444 California 
Atkinson, Doud & Co, 327 Pine 
Ayres & Boyd, 116 Montgomery 
Baiid Andrew, 312 California 
Baldridge Michael, 314 Montgomery 
Barrett & Walker, 4 Leidesdorff 
Bear Solomon, 140 Montgomery 
Block & Bernhard, 404 Montgomery 
Blow A W & Co, 301 Pine 
Boswell S B & Co, 318 California 
Bourne John B, 12 Leidesdorff 
Boyce S B, 307 Montgomery 
Brooks S H, 439 California' 
Budd W C, 440 California 
Burling J W, 413 California 
Cahill E & Co, 406 Montgomery 
Cantin Joseph P, 811 California 
Carter George E, 31S Montgomery 
Chapin George W, 313 Montgomery 
Coffin, Sanderson i Cook, 312 Pine 
Coleman J V, 42 Nevada Block 
Cope & Davis, 314 Pine 
Cords Robert, 306 Montgomery 
Crocker & Suydam, 218 Pine 
Crowley & Goodman, 43': California 
D'Oyley Nigel, 317 Montgomery 
Dewey Eugene E, 30S Pine 
Dinsmore R, 220 Montgomery 
Dixon Samuel, 233 Montgomery 
Duncan William L, 30fl Montgomery 
Duncan W T, 312 Pine 
Edwards A Co, 303 Pine 
Bhrlich J E, 326 rim- 



Brokers, Stocks -Con. 

Eppstein & Co, 304 Pine 

Eyre ft Jones, 320 Pine 

Parrel] .1, 113 Leidetdorfl 

Fay P S, 330 Pine 

Fernald Joseph S, 213 Sansom 

Flatt C J, 317 Montgomery 

Fox A W h Co, :;-_!4 Montgomery 

Fox C W, 439 California 

Fox H L, 439 California 

Frank Gustave, 313 Montgomery 

Frank Samuel, 429 California 

Franks a: Gray, 818 Montgomery 

Fry, Wattles & Co, 303 Montgomery 

Gambs H, 304 Ca'ifornia 

Gardiner B ..V. Co. 314 Montgomery 

Gariot A, 418 Montgom ry 

Gauthier E, 306 Montgomery 

Glazier I & Co, 412 California 

Goldman M, 422 Montgomery 

Golley & Uhl, 429 California' 

Grecnbaum L & Co, 3 «'• Montgomery 

Greene & Co, 314 Montgomery 

Greenebaum, Helbing & Co, 232 Mont 

gomery 
Gricsinger R 503 California 
Gurnett A G & Co, 310 California 
Haber F A, 421 California 
Hale ifc Pacheco, :ji7 Montgomery 
Hall Edward, 410 California 
Hassey F A, 402 Montgomery 
Haverstick \\ H, 5< Montgomery 
Havens & Co, 429 California 
Hawkins J J E, 1 Nevada Block 
Henriquea D, 314 Montgomery 
Herzberg Isaac, 326 Pine 
Hickox G C 8t Co, 228 Montgomery 
Qiggina W L, 417 California 

Hirshfcld C, 314 Montgomery 

H • hstadter K& Co, >w cor California 

ami Sansom 
Bolladay P. 14 Leidesdorff 
Hooker B C, 33'; Pine 
Bosmei l> ,v Co, 321 Montgomery 
Horn R G, 322 Pine 
Hughes .' C 14 Leidesdorfl 
Hunt G H & Co, 200 Sansom 
Hunt J L, 513 California 
Hunt John D, 331 Montgomery 
Hutchinson .1, 6 Merchants' Ex< I 
Ives G I, 4 2 Montgomery 
Kaufman s ft Co, 3 4 Montgomery 
Kelley (; w, 826 Pine 
Kenna PA <;, 314 Montgomery 
Kenne ly P J, LOfl Leidesdorfl 
Kenoe.i St Dyer, 228 Montgomery 
Kent K l imerj 

King Homer 8 a Co, 812 Pine 

septa i, a < !o, K '■'■■ California 
Klewish J 0, 422 Montgomery 
Kuti QM & C< 
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Brokers, Stocks— Con. 

Laing C D, 337 Pine 
Ledyard H 8, 501 California 
Liebermann T, 310 Montgomery 
Lissak A H, 112 Leidesdorff 
Mackintosh & Bacon, 322 Montgomery 
Macpherson & Shinn, 326 Montgomery 
Mahoney J H, 403 Montgomery 
Marks & Reinhardt, 232^ Montgomery 
Martin M S, 106 Leidesdorff 
Marye George T & Son, 234 Montgomery 
Mayers Alfred, 240 Montgomery 
McDonald M J, 203 Bush 
McDonald M L, 327 Pine 
MeGrew A F, 420 Montgomery 
Me>ser, Bacon & Co, 327 Pine 
Miles E M, 413 Montgomery 
Miller Elias, 402 Montgomery 
Miller & Van Wyck, 308 Pine 
Mix L W, 317 Montgomery 
MoTe & Montgomery, 324£ Montgomery 
Morgenstern M, 436 Montgomery 
Murphy E P, 409 Pine 
Neal Charles S & Co, 330 Montgomery 
Neville Ernest H. 116 Montgomery 
Newton Henry A, 327 Pine 
Noble H H & Co, 435 California 
O'Brien E A & Co, 424 Montgomery 
O'Connor T, 304 Montgomery 
Oppenheim John, 313 Montgomery 
Otis & Co, 306 Montgomery 
Patterson James, 3] 3 California 
Peckham E P, 311 Montgomery 
Perrin George M, 312 Pine 
Perry John J r, 413 Montgomery 
Phipps Alfred B. 321 California 
Pinney George M, 323 Montgomery 
Quinan James, 309 California 
Rich D, 316 Montgomery 
Rogers R F, 80 Nevada Block 
Rorke B B & Co, 304 Montgomery 
Rosenblatt S, 313 Pine 
Rountrce & Langland, 304 Montgomery 
Rudkin J A, 423 California 
Ruppin Herman, 222 Montgomery 
Sawyer Charles L, 638 Market 
Schmidt John, 312 Pine 
Schmitt Joseph L & Co, 6 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Scott H H & Co, 307 Montgomery 
Sedgwick John, 317 Montgomery 
Shotwell J M, 324 Montgomery * 
Skaife Alfred, 304 Pine 
Smiley George W, 318 Pine 
Smith Jacob VV, 419 California 
Smithson T B, 113 Leidesdorff 
Speyer Bros, 33" Pine 
Stewart George, 208 Montgomerv 
Sulzbacher J, 326 Pine 
Suss Abraham, 214 Montgomery 
Swain Henry C, 202 Sansom 
Sweet H A, 331 Montgomery 



Brokers, Stocks— Con. 

Swim D K, 314 Montgomery 
Taylor A C, 415 xVIontgomery 
Taylor W S, 420 Montgomery 
To'bin R C, 314 Montgomery 
Todd A H & Co, 419 California 
Twing D H & Co, 313 Montgomery 
Von Loesecke Percy, 121 Sansom 
Wakefield SB& Co, 322 Pine 
Warren S P & Co, 411 California 
Whitelv T & Co, 314 Montgomery 
W T ilke F E, 310 Pine 
Wilson & Hutchinson, 322 Pine 
Wolf F, 318 Montgomerv 
Wood W E, 318 Montgomery 
Woods & Freeborn, 316 Pine 
Wright W H, 420 Montgomery 
Yost D Z & Co, 332 Montgomery 
Zadig & Kullmann, 313 Montgomery 



Brokers, Wine and Spirits. 

Curtis J M,' 123 California 

Bronze Ooods. 

Ackerman Bros, 123 Kearny and 207 Sut- 
ter 
Dav Thomas, 122 Sutter 
Lawton O & Co, 609-611 Market 
McNally & Hawkins, 607 Market 
Nathan B & Co, 130 Sutter 
Weyl Brothers, 110 Sutter 

Bronzers. 

Engels William, SW cor 24th and Utah 
Paudler J, 773 M-ssion 
Rochicioli R F, 8 Taylor 

Broom Handles. 

Armes & Dallam, 115 Front 
Gracier Frank, 213 Mission 

Broom Manufacturers. 

Armes & Dallam, 115 Front 
Copson Benjamin, 322 Davis 
Feldman L & Co, 315 Sacramento 
Figer Bros, 615 Sacramento 
Glunz C, 64£ West Mission 
Golden Thomas, 109 Clay 
Harrison & Dickson, 210 Sacramento 
Hemingway Brothers, 121 Washington 
Lipsher George, 225 Battery 
Simpson R W, 325 Sacramento 
Taylor John, S s Bay bet Powell and Ma- 
son 
Unna Jacob, 157 New Montgomery 
Van Laak Lambert, 215 Sacramento 
Ward Thomas, 27 Drumm 



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Brush Dealers. 

Armcs & Dallam, 115 Front 
Foldman L ft Co, 315 Sacramento 
Figer Bros, 615 Sacramento 
Glunz C, 64V West Mission 
Huetcr Bros & Co, 12 2nd 
Kelly James R & Co, 101-105 Front 
Lipsher George, 225 Battery 
Unna Jacob, 157 New Montgomery 
Ward Thomas, 27 Drumm 
White Horace F, 123 Clay 
Yates & Co, 113 Front 

Brush Manufacturers. 

Bleibtiev Charles, 64 'i Mission 
Dyer A G, -241 7th 
Figer Brothers, 615 Sacramento 
Kunze & Brakmann, 260 3rd 
Pacific Brush Factory, 418 4th 
Simpson H W, 825 Sacramento 
Unna Jacob, 157 Xew Montgomery 

Bung Makers. 

Gracier Frank, 213 Mission 
Mixer George H, 51 Bealc 
Swift James, 221 Mission 

Butchers Wholesale. 

Brandenstein M & Co, 529 Clay 
Catlow & Johnson, 331 Montgomery 
Chamberlain & Co, 38 San Francisco Mar 

ket 

Crumme\ Hugh, 1st Ave near Kentucky 
Donnelly, Dunne & Co, 601 California 
Dunphy & Hildreth, 533 Kearny 
Ferguson & Look, 126 Kearny 
Furcate J B & Co, 5th Ave nr N 
Home Barney, 5 1st Ave 
Husson Paul, 535 < 'lay 
James .1 G, 331 Kearny 
Kerr Charles, 240 Montg >mcry 
Laurence .V Brown 5th Ave nr N 
uverone & Co, 59 Washingt >n Market 
Hiehelsscn, Brown & Co, 303 Front 
Miller & Lux, 53:5 Kcann 
Moffat E & II, 233 Kearny 
O'Brien William, 539 Clay 
Oregon Stoc : and Butchering Co 

Montgomery 
Poly, Heilbron & Co, 339 Kearny 
Reichstetter li, 5 1st Ave 
Bllea & Co, 5th Ave bet K and L 
■ehocnfeld Jacob. 331 Kearny 
Schweitzer .1 & Co, 16 clay Street Market 
Selig Moses s, 381 Kearny, 
Bhrader A J, 333 Montgomery 
pilverberg Simon, 320 Sanson) 
Sylvester John, 307 bth 
lownshend W •), 15 h Ave nr Railroad 

Ave 
Uri Felix, 20-2 i San Fran d8C0 Market 
VPagner Charles 1'. W > Kearny 



Butchers Betail. 

Abrahams F. 1402 Stockton 

Anderau J, 27 California Market 

Antz H, 1 Grand Western Market 

Arn »ld B E, SE c >r Valencia an 1 23rd 

Astorg M, 5 Grand Central Market 

Augustinv John, 543 Turk 

Baccus Richard T, S\V cor O'FarrcIl and 

Mason 
Bailey N J, 513 Bryant 
Bailly Bros, 71 California Market 
Band Joseph, NW cor Valencia and 18th 
Barry David, 520 22nd 
Beavon I) B, 36 Mission Market 
Beck A C & Co, 4 Hayes Valley Market 
Beck Jacob, 603 McAllister 
Beck & Hornung, Mission Market 
Bender Jacob, 106 12th 
Bepplcr John, 1518 Dupont 
Block L & A, 823 Greenwich 
Boese H J, SE cor Davis and Clark 
Boiler F J , 1230 Dupont 
Bollinger k Miller, 5 Jackson 
Brampton F, 1 Hayes Valley Market 
Breiling F, SE cor 3rd and Minna 
Brown I W W, 19 Grand Arcade Market 
Brundatre J P, 2201 Polk 
Cain Jacob H, 9 Mission Market 



Campbell S J, 263 3rd 
Campbell Th 



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Campbell Thomas, 723 Folsom 
Carrau Joseph, 1300 Mission 
Catoir Julius. 1402 Pacific 
1 Clifford Robert, 234 4th 
Convey Edward, XE cor Hyde k Green 
Coughlin John 0, 41 Grand Arcadi Mar- 
ket 
Crary L R, 1127 Howard 
Cuneo Giovanni, 809 Broadway 
Curtis & Son, 282 5th 
Dahl Henry, 216 2nd 
Daly Edward, 340 Guerrero 
Daverkoaen Peter, 2614 Bush 

Davis Bros, e ir 1st A\e and Mission 

Dastugue G, 12 clay 

De Luca G, 18 W Dupont 

Decourtieu \ \, 27 San Pram is o Market 

Degenhardt CI Grand Arcade 

Market 

!\ 233 3rd 

Di \ ecchis Stephen, B71 Mix 

Dick sun & N'els »n, NW c >r Bryant 'and 

2nd 
Dodge D, N K ri, r Howard and St( 
Doll John, 2604 Sui 
Donovan Thomas, llu2 PolsOU) 

Duane Edward, t; Grand Central Marin t 
Dulion Ilcniv J, s\v c »r PoweJ and Pae 
Dulion L. 706 Pacific 
Dunker C, 322 Poleom 
Edmunds .1 J, 1004 \ alenda 

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I ' ra-m\ John, 1021 Rush 



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Evcrs AC, 899 VahVo 

Fabrv L If, 545 Haves 

Farreil & Ga finer, 432 3rd 

Faubel Jacob, 173 16th 

Faubel John, 2200 Fillmore 

Faubel Phillip, NE eor Shotwell and 20th 

Fay Andrew, 2541 Mission 

Fay & Co, 202 Valencia 

Fels'ncr Frederick, 967 Mission 

Ferrenbach O, NW cor Van Ness Ave and 
Market 

Fen-ier John S, 44 Grand Central Market 

Finley & Dickinson, 5 California Market 

Fitschen F, NE cor 11th and Railroad 
Aves 

Fitzsimmons P, "320 Folsom 

Flach Joseph, SW cor 17th and Dolores 

Fletcher Charles A, 1262 Market 

Flynn Patrick, 703 Brannan 
Fogarty James, 71 Center Market 
Fos Bros, 1320 Dupont and 821 Pacific 
Fouser (', Railroad Ave nr 15th Ave 
French Lucius, 5 Grand Central Market 
Fulda L, 9 New Metropolitan Market 
Galinger & Mayer, 621 Hyde 
Geantit A, 16 San Francisco Market 
Gcrmer John C, 511 Pacific 
Geggus Frederick, 1020 Howard 
Geil H & Bro, 25 Grand Western Market 
Glennan Martin, 436 O'Farrell 
Goedecke P L, 1322 Dupont 
Goertzhain H E, 1103 Leavenworth 
Goldmann J, 56 Washington Market 
Goldmcver Lou ; s, 307 6th 
Gradwohl M & Co, 1142 Market 
Gradwohl M & H, 1239 Folsom and 525A 

4th 
Gradv M E, 613 Post 
Grubber A, 400 Union 
Gunn Hugh, 717 Howard 
Hagemann Charles, 1117 Mission 
Hanson F, 11 California Market 
Hanson & Fisher. 928 Post 
Hartman Jacob, 48 Grand Central Market 
Hartnett Lawrence, 1600 Leavenworth 
Harvey E E, 2115 Howard 
Hasselbach George, SW cor Howard and 

Steuart 
Hayden & Ball, 525 7th 
Hayden & O'Brien, NW cor 5th and Perry 
Henke & Drewes, N E cor 24th and Potre- 

ro Ave 
Hermann B, 801 Geary 
Herold Charles, 704 Battery 
Herold J, NW cor Zoe and Washington 
Hertz Hermann, SE cor 7th and Minna 
Hertz L J, 22 Center Market 
HilJerbrand August, 113 7th 
Hill Henry O, 1409 Folsom 
Himmelmann & Hinz, N s Union nr La- 
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Butchers, Retail— Con, 

Hoffmann & Woc-nne, 606 Montgomery 

Holmes J N & Co, 639 3rd 

Hj ok Charles, SW cor Union and Mason 

Hornung Jacob, 1005 Pacific 

Howland Clarence P, 28 4th 

Hughes John J, 48 Center Market 

Jeauncau P & Co, 67 Center Market 

Junker Charles. 135 Cough 

Junker & Co, 601 Fulton 

Kafka W, 925* Folsom 

Kahn Aaron, 845 McAllister 

Kaiser & Co, 17 California Market 

Katz Jacob. 7 Grand Central Market 

Kauffmann J, 407 3rd 

Kehoe John W, 115 9th and 33 11th 

Kelly Joseph, 1159 Howard 

Kelfv M J, 3 Center Market and 1840 Ellis 

Kelm W H, 1226 Pacific 

Keyes O H, 50 Steuart 

Kohen William, 43 Grand Arcade Market 

Kohlman Heniy K, 150S Franklin 

Kourner G, 612 19th 

Kramer F, 229 Fell 

Kramer William J, 819 Jackson 

Kramer & Medley, 2113 Fillmore 

Kroeger W, 1202 Stockton 

Kurpenski P C, SW cor ^7th and Har 

Larroche F, 21 San Francisco Market 

Lc Bert V J , NE cor l^th and Capp 

Lehman Louis, 700 Larkin 

Lehman n M, 2616 Bush 

Leitz J C, 135 Oak 

Lemaitre & Cazeau, 65 Center Market 

Lennan M, 1316 Polk 

Levy F & M, SW cor 30th and Mission 

Levy Jacob, 1539 Weary 

Levy Meyer, 810 Buchannan 

Lew Nathan Mrs, 940 Bryant 

Lewis J M, 111 4th 

Lieb Adam H, 246 Sth 

Lilienthal Herman, 22 Grand Arcade Mar 

ket 
Lintott Charles, 914 Market 
Lintott James, 60 California Market 
Li\ enberg & Sauerbran, 1207 Mission 
Livingston Louis, 305 Brannan 
Lobenste'.n Solomon, 1600 Post 
Loeb Henry, NW cor Vallejo and Mason 
Loewel & Gunzburger, 12 San Francisco 

Market 
Lutz & Co, 3-t California Market 
Maloney Peter, NE cor 6th and Harrison 
Manasini A, 314 Montgomery Ave 
Markel, Trittenbach & Co, SW cor Stock 

ton and Market 
Marks & Cassidy, 204 23rd and 403 Folsom 
Marsxen Julius, 208 Francisco 
Mayers & Hartmann, 6 New Metropolitan 

Market 
McCarty James, 323 3rd 
McDermott James, 142 8th 



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Butcher*, Retail— Con. 

Mclncrncy & Shutz, 52 Washinjrton 

Market 
cKenncr P J, 4 .Mission Market 
McMcnomy J H, S-9 California Market 
Mehl Frederick J, 3 3 >th 
Menes Di V, 619 Broadway 
Meugel J"lin, 4»; ('enter .Market 
Merkelbach William, 18 8 ¥ Market 
Meyer B, 904 Larkin 
Meyer ft Akma d, 16 Sacramento 
Micbeletti Bros, 1528 Dupont 
Miller Anthony, 718 Krannan 
Miller Frederick, 1103 Folsom 
Miller H W, W > Broderick near Pine 
Minehan Patrick. 536 4th 
Moock George, 4 Giaod central Market 
MoOCk Jacob, 31 Valencia 
Morganstern A W, 7 Berry 
Morgenstcrn Alfred, 546 3rd 
Moritz John C, 7< ."> Montgomery Avenue 
Morse John, 141 Pagfl 
Mortens, n 1', 407 Turk 
Mowry G B, 6 Hay«V S'allcy Market 
Mulcahy P \V, 720 Harrison 
Muller John, 13-14 California 
Mveis Louis A, 18th near Xoc 
Nagel ft Zeh, 627 Lu>h 
Nelson James 55 Grand Arcade Market 
Neumann & Wagner, NE cor -3rd and 

Hampshire 
Nevada Co, 3 Grand Western Market 
Newman Phillip H, 520 Ka.st 
Newman S & Co, 1 New Metropolitan 

Mark, t 
Newman ft Co. 1 Center Market 
Nolthenuis & Schmid, 1824 Stockton 
Northniore Samuel, cor Polsom and 12th 
O'Beirne Arthur, 240 4th 
O'Brien Thomas 426J Natoma 
O'Donnell Patrick, 927 Bryant 
O'Rciily J, 345 4th 
Oppenheimer E, 430 Grove 
Ososke raaac, cot 5 h and Clara 
Oswald William, 1012 Pacific 
Ott & Zcitler, 1638 Eddy 
Peterson Henry, N\V cor 7th A Bryant 
Pieperlin 1 .' ^ Worth, BE cor Union and 

Byde 
Powers James D, C:;i Turk 
Powers Thomas J, 136 Hayes 
Proll Henry Jr, 1521 Larkin 
Raabe Geor/c A, 1145 Poisons 
Reinkle >v Puchsj S Grand Central Market 
Ridley ii ■ ! Polk 

Riedel C. 1417 Dupont 
Roberts ft Kearney, sK cor Filbert and 

Taylor 
Rosenberg Getf, 1 Mission Market 
Rosenberg Louis. 3 New Met] 

Market 

Rosenberg Mav< r, 619 Franklin 



Butcher**, Kctail Con. 
Rosenberg Samuel B, KW o n Powell snd 
Vauefo 
i ;, 515 Broadway 

Roth Charles, SK cor l'.th and Dolorea 
B ithermel ft Muller, 702 Bush 
Rudolph A E, 998 P< 

Ku-sell Nich- ..- 

Sahrbacl - cktoo 

Schmidt ft Co, i7oi Ltavenworth 
Schneider R, 45 Grand Arcade Market 
Schrader Jacob, 8E cor Point L 

and Collins 
Schreibtr Herman, SW o.r I8tfa and 

Hartford 
Schuek E A Co, 211 Polsom 
Scbus&ler Louis C, 1343 Dupont 
S ibel l'hillp. 2 Clay St Central Market 
Beipel Charles. 2802 Mission 

Seutert Pian< is A, 1604 Polk SO 1 

Sbeehan P, 101S Alabama 

Bhyne Jan.- <;, B39 4th 

Smith James, 1119 Harrison 

Smith William, w ■ Montgom er y Avenue 
bet Lombard and Chestnut * 

Sniffen K, 243s Mission 

Solomon Samuel, 1-2 Grand Central Mar- 
ket 

Starck John & Co, 501 Ml lis 

Stark Luke, 529 and 23s 1st 

Btemfels Charles 1702 Hyde 

Stellin^ H ft Bro, 270« Mission 

Stellin^' ft Siebe, 156 2nd 

Stephan John G, 1 California Market 

Stern Charles, 1064 Howard 

Stevens John, 114 1st 

stoiz Philip J, 126 nth 

Btorck Charles L. 601 Ha; 

Strcbl Char'.. B, I New Metropolitan Mar- 
ket 

Strobel Jacob P, 1129 Polsom 

Sullivan Timothy, ni7 Polsom 

Terry L A, 7 Center Market 

Thomson Henry, 1406 Bush 

Trebois Permin, S18 6th 

T\ » n .v 1 ill, i or Washington ai 

Unger Louis, 1500 Leavenworth 

Cri Felix, 20 S V Market 

Cry Sol H, 1903 Gearj 

Pan Housen William A\ and 

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Philip, BE I or Sutter and Fill 

Wagner ft Haub, 801 Union 
Wahlhei Otto, 912 20th 
Wald< i I "tli 

Wan/. J D, NW cor Columbia and 

Watk; I 4th 

Wei heimer Charl< - 

Welbj J, SK c.. r l.'.th and P 
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White John W, NW cor Clay and Mason 
White J W & Co, 537 4th 
Winrow Joseph, 30J2 Mission 
Witzeman William, NW cor Merchant 

and East 
Wood H V, Mission bet 29th and 30th 
Woolhouse & Hilliard, 400 Capp 
Wuthrich John, 415 Geary 
Young H P L & Bro. N s Greenwich near 

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Button Hole Maker. 

Coppage John W, 32 2nd 

Button Manufacturers. 

Colombat A, 105 Stockton 
Norcross & Co, 6 Post 

Cabinet Makers. 

jBoisnet A, 413 Mission 
j Boiler Conrad, 152 Bluxome and 617 Stev 
; Rraendlein G,' 1523 Market 
i Buckner & Keesler, 463 Natoma 
I Davio S, 005 Gay 
D ericks H, 641 California 



Drouiihat John, S13 Montgomery 
lEaston John, 261 1st 

Everts J J, 1715 Market 
I Forbes A J, 217 Market 
' Gcresch G, 15 John 
iGranz Herman, 617 Brannan 
1 Haussler Leonard, 231 Jackson 
i Kemp J & Co, 109 Mission 
j Khrone J, 522 Taylor 
JLinforth & Rowlings, 413 Mission 

McVea James, 713 Stockton 
(Palmer W J T, 217 Market 

Paulson & Sanders, 419 Jones 
j Peterson C, 730 Mission 
■ Proof Jacob, 215 O'Farrell 
! Reppev James W, 1810 Polk 

Roesler H, 22"> Post 

Sciieffauer G, SE cor Sutter and Powell 
j Sherman W B, 403 Folsom 

Spieth William, 769 Market 
JThiele Robert. 657 Mission 
! Weir & Cates, 221 Mission 

Windel H & Co, 310 Stockton 

Zehfuss Frederick W, 840 Mission 

Cameo Cutter. 

Mezzara Pietro, 805 Montgomery 

Cane Makers. 

Grundel Julius C, 811 Market 
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Cane Workers. 

Kittler Conrad W, 202 Powell 
Long Frederick A, 422 Powell 

Canned Ooods. 

Artigues Canning Co, 14 S F Market 

Clement John, 211 Sansom 

Code, Elfelt & Co, 314 Washington 

Cutting Packing Co, 17-31 Main 

King of Wm C James & Co, NW cor 

Broadway and Sansom 
Lusk A & Co, 536 Clay 
Middleton & Co, 320 Washington 
San Jose Fruit Packing Co, 205 Front 
Spafford J M & Co, 310 Clay 
Wangenheini Sol & Co, ,118-126 Davis 

Cap Manufacturers. 

Alhart L, 1509 Market 
Garn William, 423 Pine 
Meussdorffer M, 402 Kearny and 416 Mar- 
ket 

Capitalists. 

Adams James, 206 Kearnv 
Aldrich W A, 314 California 
Allen H H, 318 Pine 
Altschul Ludwig, 321 Cay 
Banks C T, 116 California 
Barton R, 406 Montgomery 
Beaver George W, 414 California 
Belden Jo^iah, 314 California 
Bell Thomas, 305 Sansom 
Bigclow S C, 314 California 
Blythe T H, 724 Market 
Bolton J R, 618 Merchant 
Boyd & Davis, 126 Kca/ny 
Brown Richard, 215 Sansom 
Butler C C, 525 Merchant 
Carr William B, 310 Pine 
Cheesman Morton, 68 Nevada Block 
Colman John W, 327 Pine 
Co mer James B, 328 Montgomery 
Coye Hiram L, 117 Pine 
Cronisc W H V, 327 Pine 
De Lacy C, 312 Pine 
De Laveaga J Vinctnt, 25S Market 
Deering Charles, 419 Clay 
Dewey S P, 303 Pine 
Dewey William P, 308 Pine 
Dunn Ambrose C, 202 Sansom 
Eastland Joseph G, 604 Commercial 
Embody Obadiah, 232 Montgomery 
Erne rick Joseph, 621 Sansom 
English J M. 328 Montgomery 
Felton Charles, 402 Montgomery 
Finnegan P A, 406 Montgomery 
Flood James C & Co, 7 Nevada Block 
Fox H A, 113 Leidesdorff 
Freeborn J C, 604 Commercial 
Fry J D, 419 California 



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Gashwiler Simeon F, 327 Pine 

Grann.s G W, 42 Montgomery 

Grayson George W, 327 Pine 

Grogan Alexander B, 70, Sansom 

Groves R M, 4o6 Montgomery 

Hagyin & Tevis, 50 Nevada Block 

Harmon A K P, » 8 Bush • 

Hastings S C, 63ti Clay 

Havward Ahinza. 224 California 

Head A E, 88 Nevada Block 

Henrick-on P. A, 328 Kearny 

Hewson Robert, 320 Sansom 

Hill John T, 206 Front 

Hoag W M, 3 >2 Monrgomerv 

Hoeg r E, 302 Montgomery 

Hohnes A J, 318 Pine 

Irvine James, 330 Pine 

Kellogg F H, 444 California 

Kellogg J G, 314 California 

Latham M S, 32> Montgomery 

Lee James R, 309 California 

Ludington George C 337 Pine 

Luning Nicholas. 211 Sansom 

Mac Dermott C F, 328 Montgomery 

Mahan Henry, 339 Kearny 

Maristanv Jo.-eph Jr, 310 Pine 

Marsh EB, 309 California 

Marsten N K, 22 Nevada Block 

Matthews Henry, 611 Clay 

McCain James S, 404 Front 

McCreery Andrew B, 211 Sansom 

McGarv Edward, 310 Pine 

McLan'e Charles, 68 Nevada Block 

McLaughlin Charhs, 16 Montgomery Are 

Merritt Samuel, 22 California 

Meussdorffer John C, 409 Battery 

Middlemas J R, 406i California 

Miller Albert, 22 California 

Mills D O, 426 California 

Myers Michael H, 224 Sansom 

Norris William, 210 Battery 

Northam E / , 120 Sutter 

O'Neill Richard, 71 Nevada Block 

Partridge P G, 328 Montgomery 

Phelan James, 519 Montgomery 

Pierce James P, 315 California 

Pinney Brown B, 312 Pine 

Piper William A, 606 Montgomery 

Platshek Samuel, 312 Sacramento 

Pond Edward B, 318 Pine 

Rich Joseph, 316 Montgomery 

Roberts John W, 330 Pine 

Robertson J B, 330 Pine 

Robinet Eugene, 7 Montgomery Ave 

liver Washington M, 330 Pine. 

Scholle Bros, 337 Pine 

Sharon William, 806 Sansom 

Sherwood Robert, 3o9 California 

Soher L, 826 Montgomery 

Btevenson u. 83] Montgomery 

Sutton o P 531 California 



Capitalists— Con. 

Swain William B,37 Merchants' Ex* ban. 
Throckmorton S U. 401 Canfornia 
Trobock N, 318 Washington 
Truett M F sr, 331 Montgomery 
Turner John, 414 California 
Whartenby James, 612 Clay 
Whittle Robert, 802 Montgomery 
Williams & Bizler, 820 Hansom 
Frank H, 408 California 

(ar Importers. 

Arnold N S & Co, 310 California 

Card Writers. 

Dwver John P, Palace Hotel 



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Alexander Isham K, 7 Trinity 
Anderson Bros, 2 Tvler 
Aver J Y, 724 17th" 
Barrett W A, . r 37 Valencia 
Boman C E, 13 Stockton 
Bond James, 1110 Uupont 
Bordner Jacob, 641 Mission 
Bovyer W L, 212 Leidesdorff 
Bowles k Darrow, 223 Post 
Bray H T, 531 Sacramento 
Brotherton R, 516 Kearny 
Cecchetini F, 718 Greenwich 
Chase W T, 24 Howard 
Chick Eiwell,1309 Leavenworth 
Clark H W, N s Ellis bet Laguna and Bu- 
chanan 
Cohane L, 710 Turk 
Conrad Henry A. 635 California 
Cook R, 1704 Fillmore 
Cook Robert, 5 Middle 
Cook k Trount>on, 514 Pine 
Cummings W E, SE cor Post and Stock 
Curran Patrick, NE cor Howard and 2nd 
Deasa William, 807 Folsom 
Dunn James, 10<»2 Montgomery 
Dunn John, 312 Tehama 
Elliott Charles B, 417 Kearny 
Ellis C A, 10E3J T\l.r 
Ellis Charl. s, 620 Jones 
Evans William, 8^2 Ijirkin 
Falconer John, 809 Market 
tanning Kdwanl, 32<i Chestnut 
Feige J H, 119 
Fitcpatrick A Q, bM Kcarnv 
Flower L l'. 811 Filbert 
Fox Horatio, FOB Folsom 
Francis G (;, ."-114 Ja< ksoo 
Fritchette Louis l>. 106 Washington 

Gerisrh (;. 16 Joi n 

Oilman C EI, 616 < iommerda] 

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Carpenters & Builders— Con. 

Gourgeon F X, 741 Valencia 
Gould C G, 322 Jackson 
Grasshoff F, 1510 Powell 
Grover S B, 1617 California 
Hannis & Stilwell, 1704 Stockton 
Hanson J P, 1502 Stockton 
Hartmann & Freese, 827 Sutter 
Hathaway & Garcelon, 1612 Mission 
Hawley N E, 2704 Mission 
Hayes' John T, 1810 Polk 
Herbert R H, 17 Stevenson 
Hills SanfordM, 842 Clay 
Howes William, 1124 Mission 
Hussev A C, 618 Calif ornia 
Irvin R J, 1925 Fillmore 
James W H, 419 O-Farrell 
Jones J J, 322 Jackson 
Jones Thomas D, 1120 Taylor 
Judd & Co, 1210 Polk 
Kerrisen George, 2126 Bush 
Kettle Conrad, 202 Powell 
Knapf G, 328 Montgomery Ave 
Koch Otto, 4 College Place 
Kreger William, 115 Davis 
x^arrimore R, 211 Hayes 
Laughlin P J, 206 24th 
Linsley G W, 759 Mission 
Linforth & Hawlings, 413 Mission 
Lott & Flint, 1125 Sutter 
Luger Joseph, 206 16th 
Maguire M, 501 Hyde 
Meacham Albert, 712 Greenwich 
McCaull Iff, 631 Green 
Mclnnes J H, 927 Larkin 
Molntyre George, 205 Ellis 
Millet" VaU ntine, 919 Pacific 
Moffatt P K, 713 Turk 
Moller Gustave, W s Webb bet Sacra- 
mento and California 
Moller R, 28 Geary 
Moore Joseph J, 135 2nd 
Morfee P J, 502£ 3rd 
Morris L P, 905 Jones 
Morton J B, 3 St Mary 
Murasky C H, 541 23rd 
Nichols Amos R, E s Cedar near Wash 
Odell & Pollock, 668 Howard 
Ogden Benjamin F, 433 Hayes 
Paulsen & Sanders, 419 Jones 
Peters William J, 28 Turk 
Plummer H L, 534 Sacramento 
Pratt Henry G, 51 Clay 
Proff Jacob, 215 O'F&rrell 
Quackenbush Thomas M, 511 Jackson 
Richmond H H, 2127 Mission 
Ritchie & Co, 1902 Hyde 
Robinett Thomas, 115 Leidesdorff 
Robinson & Gillespie, 337 Sutter 
Roeslcr H, 226 Post 
Ross & Hutchinson, 113 Van Ness Ave 
Rowc R H, 4 McCormlck 



Carpenters & Builders— Con. 

Sanderson J, 3 Hawthorne 

Saunders J, 636 Commercial 

Scarry J, 22nd bet Mission and Bartlett 

Scheerer Joseph, 508 Post 

Scheffauer George, SE cor Sut and Powell 

Schieble George, 710 Green 

Silver M, N s Turk bet Devisadero and 

Brod .'rick 
Sims John, 417 Turk 
Small Dominick, 424 Jackson 
Smith & Laherty, 513 Octa\ ia 
Snyder A A, 17 Halleck 
Snyder Jesse, 512 Sutter 
Southwell George, 926 Washington 
Spindle David S, 862 Mission 
Stein W E, 1608 West Mission 
Stcinmann & Denmior-, 203 Stevenson 
Suckow C, 23 Montgomery Ave 
Tickenburg Cha' les, 1055 Folsom 
Townsend F J, SE cor 22nd and Alabama 
Trainer J W, 206 Leavenworth 
Van Wie Arie, 123 9th 
Viaud Leon, 1604 Stockton 
Wanzer M L, 1331 Bush 
Wehr Frederick, 40 Jackson 
Weinoel & Kuehn, 137 13th 
West Edward H, 619 Hyde 
Whitney John, 403 Clementina 
Whyte John P, 205 Fell 
Wissinger & Pavs,on, 408 Jackson 
Wolf W H, 931 Mission 
Zehfuss Frederick W, 840 Mission 

Carpet Beaters. 

Arthur WG. 27 Tyler 
Heerdink J, 429 Valencia 
McDowell & Co, 1321 Market 
Murphv J, 213 Alabama 
Skelton P, 1718 Stockton 
Spaulding John & Co, 353 Tehama 

Carpet-beating Machines. 

Mitchell & Hobe, 230 14th 
Carpets. 

Baum Gustave, 1132 Market 

Bonacina J M, 17 Montgomery Ave 

Burnham James W & Co, 618 Market and 
15 Post 

Edwards Frank G, 628 Clay and 633 Mer- 
chant 

Ehrenpfort William, 14 3rd 

Fischer Sigmund, 113 3rd 

Fredericks Joseph & Co, 649 Market 

Goldberg Solomon, 933 Market 

Gullixson Henry F & Co, 930 Market 

Hall & Lachman, 116 Sutter 

Hardie D & Co, 535 Market 

Hartshorn & McPhun, 112 4th 

Henev W J & Co, 725 Market 



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Heynemann & Co, 5 Sansom 
Lcnhardt Adam, 1232 Stockton 
Maekay Alexander, 1110 Market 
Neumann I, 1117 6th 
Preston Edward, 10 4th 
Raye AP, 739 Market 
Schluetcr & Yolberg, 709 Market 
Shirek & Co, 1125 Stockton 
Sloane \V & J, 525 Market 
Walter DN&E& Co, NW cor Battery 
and Market 

Carpet Sweepers. 

Unna Jacob, 157 New Montgomery 
Carpet Threads. 

BARBOUR BROTHERS, 511 Market 
Carpet Weaver. 

Kautzman G, 39 2nd 

Carriage Hardware. 

Waterhouse & Lester, 29 Fremont 
Carriage Lamps. 

MARTELL JOHN, 623 Sacramento 

Carriage Repositories. 

Bowley Bros, 9 Merchants' Exchange 
Eastman T S, 46 New Montgomery 
Holcomb Bros, 411£ California 
Parker Joseph M, SW cor Minna and New 

Montgomery 
Willcy O F & Co, 427 Montgomery 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Adams S, 12C2 Market 

Goodrich John H, 110 Oregon 

Lewis E M, 528 Valencia 

Meinhardt F W, 1146 Mission 

Molter Charles, 21 7th 

Sticr & Weitner, 550 4th 

Wilson G W, N s Greenwich near Steiner 

Carriage Companies. 

City Cab and Transfer Stables, ISO Jessie 
McNa'ly & Blattner, 215 Montgomery 
United' Carriage Co, 2 New Montgomery 

Carriage and Wagon makers. 

Andersen Bros, 607 Battery 
Arfort J B, 218 Post 
Beanston & Gallagher, 127 5th 
Black H M & Co, 851-855 Market 
Blanch Bernard, 654 Howard 
Carvill Manufacturing Co, 7-9 Powell 
Craig John & Co, 14 Taylor 



Carriage&Wagon Makers-Con 

Di, pi - & Mounieot, Railroad Ave bot 5th 

and 6th Aves 
Donohue Peter, 716 Sansom 
Dopy & Baron, 630 Broadway 
Estrade P, 708 Batter v 
Folsom Albert, 217 Ellis 
Gallagher B, 222 Mission 
Gallagher James & Son, 843 Harrison 
Goodrich John II, 110 Oregon 
Grave B & Co, 421 Pacific 
Hahn & Lcnar, 14 Broadway 
Halkett William, 36 Hayes 
Hayes & Glynn, N s Filbert bet Webster 

and Fillmore 
EBggins J, 717 M'ssion 
Holmes M P. 327 Sutter 
Hottua & Hansen, 715 Foisom 
Kearney Philip, 966 Missson 
Kerr David, 4.-49 Beale 
Kit^muller Michael, 850 Howard 
Lacaze B, 714 Sansom 
Lachapelle J J, 230 Mission 
Lamar T D's, 540 Valencia 
Langley & Jones, 27 Washington and 222 

Drumm 
Larkins & Co, 631 Howard 
Lawton E, 2 Jones 
Locke J P & Co, 817 Market 
Lowney T J & Sons, SE cor 8th and How 
Mangeot k Daclin, NE cor Jackson and 

Sansom 
Mowry William, 1140 Folsom 
Moyes Charles J, 1148 Mission 
Navone & Green, 612 Broadway 
O'Brien P J & Sons, 483 8th 
Peckham George W, 1232 Folsom 
Pollard Isaac, 67 Stevenson 
Rothgonger F, 834 Harrison 
Rueser Charles, 335 McAllister 
Sanborn A W, 24 Beale 
Saul E & Co, 70 New Montgomery 
Sehulz & Mayer, 770 Mission 
Shaw William E, 1621 Market 
Shute Daniel S, 111 O'Farrell 
Still Robert, 121 Market 
Tyrell J H, 65S-660 Mission 
Van Court J F, 108 Jessie 
Von Emden I, NW cor 5th and Clara 
Wertsch William, 102 Tyler 
Weston & Sparks, 2107 P;lk 
Whitmore E, 1607 Polk 
Winall S A, 17 Stevenson 

Carriage A Wagon Materials. 

Dean W Y, 68 I 

Holt Bros, 27 S3 Beale 

Plumbe .' I". ' M 

Btraut William E, NW cor Sacramento 

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Carriage and Car Springs. 

Betts Spring Co, 218 Fremont 
SELBY THOMAS H & Co, 116-118 Cal- 
ifornia 

Carriage and Wagon Tops. 

Plumber John F, 629 Mission 
Watcrhouse & Lester, 29-31 Fremont 

Carriages, Children's, whole- 
sale. 

Falkingham Edwin, Manufacturer, 16th 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Figenbaum & Co, 120 Sansom 

Carriage smiths. 

Andrescn Bros, 607 Eattery 

Arfort J B, 218 Post 

Atkinson George, 42 Vallejo 

Bcanston & Gallagher, 127 5th 

Codington E, 197 Stevenson 

Costi^an Thomas, 404 Jackson 

Donohue Patrick, 716 Sansom 

Dupv & Baron, 630 Broadway 

Est) ada P, 708 Battery 

Hayes James, 116 Washington 

Lacaze B, 714 Sansom 

Lamar T D's, 540 Valencia 

Langley & Jones, 27 Washington 

Mangeot & Daclin, NE cor Sansom and 

Jackson 

Mathai J C, cor Mission and 29th 
McArron & Sophey, 820 Folsom 
McCarty James, 107 Oregon 
McCue M J & Co, 1317 Market 
Miller Jacob, cor 15th and Radroad Avea 
Mowry W, 1140 Folsom 
Rueser Charles, 335 McAllister 
Sicotte Roger, 856 Howard 
Sintel Jacob & Co, 424 Pacific 
Still Robert, 246 Market 
Toothaker John H Jr, 1625 Pine 
Wertsch William, 102 Tyler 
Whitmore E, 1507 Polk 
Wylie James, 20 7th 

Carvers— Wood. 

Boyle John S, 1229 Mission 

Bryant & Hoffman, NW cor Mission and 

Beale 
JAQUOT HENRY, SW cor Mission and 

Fremont 
Kemp J & Co, 109 Mission 
Ken el Charles, 227 Post 
Lovejoy, E B, 20 Stcuart 
McKinnie Murray, NW cor Howard and 

Spear 
Van Vlack D, 432 Montgomery 
Warren James, 134 Main 
White William, 445 9th 



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Caviar. 

Johannscn & Pcteri, 32 California Market 
Pacific Coafct Packing Co, 805 Sansom 

Cement. 

Blochman & Cerf, 24-26 California 
California Portland Cement Co, 230 Pine 
Davis & CowcJl, 211 Drumm 
Holmes H T & Co, 215 Market 
Los Gatos Lime Co, 53 Eeale 
Pacific Cement Co, 542 California 
Williams C L & Co, 417 Washington 
Wolff & Rheinhold, 324 Washington 

Cemetery Fence Makers. 

Barnes William Mrs, 1924 Ellis 
Brady P, NE cor Ellis and Broderick 
Campbell W H, S s Point Lobos Ave near 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery 
McKewen T, S s Point Lobo3 Ave near 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery 
Woods Thomas, SE cor "O'Farrell and 

Broderick 

[Chain Manufacturers. 

Grant G W, 133 Spear 
Payne Williams, 133 Beale 
Phelps Manuf Co, 13-17 Drumm 

Chair Manufacturers. 

Carmouche M, 124 Main 
Heywood Bros & Co, 589 Mission 
Indianapolis Chair Manuf Co, 160 New 

Montgomery and 1124 Market 
Nougaret Charles, 133 Beale 

Champagne Importers. 

Auger B E & Co, 409 Battery 
Macondray & Co, 206 Sansom 
Ruhl Bros, 522 Montgomery 
Sabatie A E & Co, 617 Sansom 
Wolff & Rheinhold, 324 Washington 

Champagne Manufacturers. 

Buena Vista Vinicultural Society, R F 

Budge secretary, 409 Battery 
Finke A, 809 Montgomery 
Lachman & Jacobi, SE cor 1st and Mkt 
Landsberger I & Co, 10 Jones Alley 
Pennie James C Jr, 504 Jackson 



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Chronometers. 

Barrett ft Sherwood, 617 Montgomery 

Dillon Edward, 506 Battery 
Poultnev John, IS7 Montgomery 
Studley B w. s 

Tenncnt Thomas, 18 Market 



Charcoal. 

[See also Wood and Coal.] 

Koerbcr Henry & Bros, 19 Washington 
Ohlandt N & Co (Animal), second Long 

Bridge, Potrero 
Pedler Thomas C, Stewart street wharf 

^-.i- - . ,.r . Cider Manufactun i « 

Chemieal Works. 

r. v. • « t> o .K*,-*, * Code, Elfeldt ft Co, 814 Washington 

California, San Bruno Road, bet 27th and Cutting Packing Co, 17-40 Mam 

L .j* 811 * „_, _, „ , De Long Francis, 117 Pine 

Golden City, NU cor 7th and Townsend Eastern Cider Co, 719 Bryant 

■an Francisco .Fleming Point, West Lul , c , Hcnrv H SE c ,, r o'Farrell an.i 
Berkeley, office 40-2 Front Taylor " 

Pennie J «' Jr, & 4 Jackson 

Chemicals. Pomeroy Hunt, 20 Sacramento 



Harrison & Co, 413 California 
Merten, Moffitt & Co, 322 Clay 

Chemists. 

Blakely Edward, N s Howard near 1st 
Hanks Henry G, 619 Montgomery 
Huhn k Luckhardt, 23 Stevenson 
Kuh Leopold, 611 Commercial 
Lanszweert L, 360 4 h 
Pricr Thomas, 524 Sacramento 
Widber James H, 2 3rd 

Chimney Sweepers. 

Buck W H, 1503 California 
Green George, 1419 Bush 
Phillips & Co, 18£ Post 

Chimney Tops. 

Browell Jeremiah, 442 Jackson 

Clawson L E (terra cotta), 213 and 1310 

Market 
Forderer Joseph F, 226 Mission 
Gladding, McBean & Co, 213 Market 
Ray W S & Co, 12 Market 
San Jose Pottery, 1314 Market 

Chiropodists. 

Barcka John B, 106 McAllister 
Cowan R H, 230 Kearny 
Feistel & Gerrard, 838 Market 
Halpruner W S, 6 Eddy 
Popper V, 127 Montgomery 

Chiropodists- Ladies. 

Marie T Mrs, 759 Market 



Chocolate Manufacturers 

Ghirardclli ft Danzel, 415 Jackson 
Guittard E & Co, 405 Sansom 



Cigarette Manufacturers 

Bollman John A Co, 408 Washington 

Frankel 1) ft Co, 414 Sacramento 

Morelos Antone, 735 Green 
PeraszoJ, 1421 Dopont 

Rosenthal B, 621 Washington 

Cigars -Importers. 

Alexander D & Co, 314 Sacramento 
Araark F.ederick. 51S Battery 
Auerbach & Goldberg, 410 Sacramento 
Beitz J & Co, SEcor Market and Fremont 
Bowman John S & Co, NW cor Battery 

and Sacramento 
Brown & Metzner, 549 Market 
Cohn Edward ft Co, 225 Montgomery 
Conn G & Co, 230 Front 
Cuip J D & Co, 585 Market 
Curtis, Dixon >$: Co, 309 Clay 
Diez & Kamon, 412 Battery 
Drinkhouse John A, 228 Front 
Engelbrecht, Fox ft Co, 312-314 Front 
Esberg, Bach man & Co, 207 Battery 
Falkenstein & Co, NE cor Sacramento 

and Battery 
Hasterlick Simon 222 4th 
Herber William & Co. -_>-j4 Battery 
Holling Brothers, 320 day 
Kozminsky ft Bro, 202 Sansom and 12> 

Bleamy 
Kutzner ft Goldstein, 419 Battery 
Lewis A I> «fc Co, :?!:» Sacramento 
Lewis Bros, 213 Battery 
Lewis William ft Co, 3u Califorria 
Liches Bio- v v Co, 207 Sacramento 
Mayr Bch Bros ft < o, 406 Battery 
Michalitschk< I 
Oppenheimer ft Bro, NE cor Front and 

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Cigars— Importers— Con. 

Rosenshine M & Bros, 604 Front 
Schoenfcld J, 423 Jackson 
fcicbenhauer L & Co, 318 Sacramento 
(Timer M, 527 Montgomery 
Watson Warren M, 302 Front 
Well man, Peck & Co, 416 Front 
Weriheimer L & E, 300 Front 

Cigars— Manufacturers. 

Alexander D & Co, 314 Sacramento 
Arnold A K, 206 Montgomery 
Bertz J & Co, SE cor Market and Fremont 
Boger Frederick E, 526 Hayes 
Bou.cofsky & Sternberg, 513 Front 
Bowman John S & Co, NE cor Battery 

and Sacramento 
Brand Herman, 304 Battery 
Bremer Joseph & Co, 310 Sacramento 
Brune August, 227 Clay 
Bura Adolph, 104 Front 
Cellnar W, 717 Sansom 
Claussen J, 816 Laguna 
Colaco Max, 777 Market 
Culp J D & Co, 585 Market 
Curtis, Dixon & Co, 309 Clay 
Denicke Bros, 310 Washington 
Diez & Ramon, 416 Battery 
Eisenberg E & Brother, 603 Front 
Enge'bert Peter H, 4 4th 
Engelbrecht, Fox & Co, 312 Front 
Esberg, Bachman & Co, 207 Battery 
Evers A, 522 Kearny 
Falkenstein & Co, NE cor Sac and Bat 
Fischer Isaac, 216 Perry 
Frankenburg Bros, 114 Dupont 
Fruend & Morgan, 769 Bryant 
Gaffke Ernst, 443 Bush 
Galleano A, 802 Montgomery 
G.ren Robert G, 315 Davis 
Goldbaum Louis, NS cor Market and 

Kearnv 
Gordon S A, 1012 Market 
Goslinsky E & Co, 319 Battery 
Harris Charles, 414 Sacramento 
Harris Hyman, 137 3rd 
Hasterlick Simon, 222 4th 
Helmuth Wiliiam, 506 Jackson 
Hensel E, 1912 Polk 
Holling Bros, 320 Clay 
Honradez & Co, 327-329 Front 
Igstaedter Bernard, 424 Sacramento 
Jacobson S, 3 Market 
Kalmuth Moritz, 46 4th 
Klopstock C & Co. 212 Front 
Kohlberg M P & Co. 218 Battery 
Kroeger Herman, 19 Pacific 
Kullman & Armer, 306-30S Sacramento 
Kutner & Golds ein, 419 Battery 
Leu & Harms, 1247 Mission 
Lewis A D & Co, 319 Sacramento 
Lewis Brothers, 213 Battery 



Cigars— Manufacturers— Con. 

Lewis William & Co, 30 California 

Liebes Brothers & Co, 207 Sacramento 

Mann Alex & Co, 324 Clay 

Mayrisch Brothers & Co, 405 Battery 

Meyer Aaron, 518 Washington 

Mo'relas A, 635 Pacific 

Morris Julius, 32 3rd 

Ordenstein & Co, 306 Battery 

Perrazzo J, 1421 Dupont 

Plagemann II & Co, 305 Sacramento 

Poppe Charles, 305 Battery 

Posmer P, 337 Hayes 

Rosenbaum I S & Co, SE cor Battery and 

Clay 
Rosenthal B, 621 Washington 
Sabin Ferdinand, 802 Montgomery 
Sanderson & Horn, 327 Front 
Scheile Ferdinand, 923 Sacramento 
Schlaberg & Bro, 311 Pine 
Schmidt J F, 206 Bush 
Schnitzer Jacob, 312 4th 
Sevner John, 1805 Powell 
Shaeffer John W & Co, 321 Sacramento 
Shula & Son, 2764 Mission 
Sideman A, 635 Clay 
Siebenhauer, Levi & Co, 318 Sacramento 
Sike^ Maver & Lachman, 606 Battery 
Specht John, 633 Broadway 
Stepp C & W, 709 Mission 
Ulmer M, 527 Market 
Watt;on S B & Co, 221 Front 
Weiner Simon, 1313 Pacific 
Wertheimer & Bro, 518 Front 
White Isaac K, 221 Sacramento 
Wolf M & Co, 356 3rd 
Wolfron Adam, 646 Market 
Zemansky Joshua H, 986 Folaom 

Cigars and Tobacco— Retail. 

Abramovich Bro*, 1501 Polk 

Ahlenfeld Morris D, 103£ 5th 

Andrade Z, 635 Pacific 

Anderson Nis, 522$ 6th 

Anthony G W, 242 Kearny 

Appel T, 146 3rd 

Asher C, 1048 Sutter 

Asher M L & Co, 1027 Larkln 

Banks John, 997 Market 

BARRA EZEK1EL I, 116 1st 

Bassignano Peter F, NW cor Howard and 

6th 
Becker F W, 705 Davia 
Behnscn Christian, 18 6th 
Bell Joseph H, 539 O'Farrell 
Bello Joseph S, 113 Jackson 
Berroa E, 1235 Dupont 
Bigcjs H C, cor Sansom and Pine 
Block I. 228 Sutter 
Blum Adolph, 305 California 
Booth Thomas, 621 Davis 



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Cigars A Tobacco, Retail -Con. 


Cigars & Tobacco, Retail— Con. 


Borbeck John, 503 Pacific 


Gordon & Burke, 1012 Market 


Bom Charles, 117 Post 


Graf G, 15 Leidesdorff 


Bornstein Louis, 113 6th 


Gunst M A, 211 Kearny 


(Brandcnstein G H, 21 Kearny 


Hall Ralph, 1128 Folsom 


Brisks E & Co, 646 Market 


Hansen F, SW cor Jackson and East 




Bruckett John B, 325 Turk 


Hans n Olc, 538 Market 




Briggs Spencer R, 200 California 


Harris Solomon, 402 4th 




Brinkmann Henry, 1005 Howard 


Hasenbalg Charles, 900 Market 




Broecker Frank, *237 5th 


Hastcrliek Simon, 222 4th 




Buckley Frank Jr, 842 Market 


Hennin^sen H, SOD Market 




Burrell C E, 310 Montgomery 


Hermann Albert, 309 4th 




Bura Adolph, 104 Dupont 


Hermann L, 242 6th 




Buxtorf C, 423 Sansom 


Hevmann Max, 253 3rd 




Camarinos D, SE cor Sutter and Powell 


Hicks Richard W, 106 2nd 




Castle Charles, 356 3rd 


Holliday I, 705 Market 




Chadbourne S W, 403£ Montgomery Ave 


Hollingsworth Thomas C, 1519 Market 




Celle Dominico, 423 Washington 


Honigsbergcr Louis, NE cor Bush and 




Cennogorato F, 1817 Union 


Battery 




Chepemich S & Co, 2005 Polk 


Honigsbergcr Solomon, NE cor Commer- 




Cheyne Robert, 140 1st 


cial and East 




Coghlan John, 519 Tavlor 


Howell M C, 616 Montgomery 




Cohen H, 319 Pine 


Hucrstel Laurent, 738 4th 




Cohen Henry F, 622 Market 


Hull Geo R, 416 Fo som 




Cohen Israel, 231 Kearny 


Hunt James, 1738 Market 




Cohn Eiward & Co, 225 Montgomery 


Ingham Mary, 1151 Mission 




Colaco Max, SE cor Market and 4th 


Inslee & Joseph, 328 Pine 




Constans P C, 509 Montgomery 


Isaacs George, 236 6th 




Cramer Edwin F, 450$ 3rd 


Jacobs S, 412 Hayes 




Crammer E F, 528 3rd 


Jacobson Morris, 213 Montgomery 




Crown Harris. 603 Market 


Jac >bson & Co, 1400 Clay 




Davis & Co, 531 California 


Jenkins Joshua, 531 East 




Davy Sila, 1330 Market 


John William, 123 Dupont 




Devlin John, 124 4th 


Johnson John, SW cor Wash and Drumm 




Dezaux A P, 832 Market 


Jurgens Anton, 136 2nd 




Dicfenbacher G, 91 H Larkin 


Kennedy John, 605 Montgomery 




Dittmann E, 1506 Polk 


Kierski George, 221 Sacramento 




Dorety M, 106 6th 


Klahn John, 418 6th 




Drathen P, 79 4th 


Klindt Henrv, 909 Kearny 




Duffy B C, 1264 Market 


Klinnak M M, 506 Larkin 




Dunlap D L, 21 Leidesdorff 


Kroeger Herman, 19 Pacific 




Dunton & Smith, 55 5th 


Kruezer A, 319 Sanson 




Zamea Manly, 1231 Market 


Kruger Louis, 2246 Mission 




Eckstein Alfred B, 5 Leidesdorff 


Kuhlmeyer L Mrs, 229 3rd 




Elliott V, 1438 Pacific and 1900 Larkin 


Kurtz Andrew, 28 Clay 




Englander F M, 214 Dupont 


Kutncr J, 1306 Polk 




Erickson P E, 500 Kearny 


Lachman Saul, 229 Bush 




Eschelback George, 323 Pacific 


Landsberg H, 123 Sansom 




Falck Bernard, 1204 Market 


Leavy Charles M, 121 Montgomery 




Fancort Henrv, 640 Market 


Leikham S, 215 Dupont 




Fass A S, 29 4th 


Leoolnrdt P k <'", ois Market 




Fernandez P, 306 Kearny 


Levercntz (', 680 Montgomery 




Field N Mrs, N s California nr Central Ave 


Levillc S L, 1027 H -ward 




Flanagan M A, 617 Montgomery 


Levison L, 30 




Frankiades D 4Co, 1020 Market 


Lcvv Julius, 861 M 




Gannon Peter T, cor Montgomery and 


LokflC William T, 256 3rd 




Market, SE cor f>th and Market 


London <>, no fad 




Garcia M E, S\V cor Washington and San 


Market 




Gi hrenbeck Albert, 20) Montgomery 


Ludingt >n Oluu s, NB oor ILut ami tod 




Geisendorfer M, 158 2nd 


Much James, L04SJ Market 




Gessen Fredeii k, 2 Cay 


Madison Hani 




Classman J, 385 Montgomery 


Maiier William, ::'. 2nd 



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Cigars A Tobacco, Retail— Con. 


Cigars & Tobacco, Retail— Con. 


Mangels C, 301 Kearny 


Schmidt John C, 427 East 


Marks J L, Cosmopolitan Hotel 


Schnitzer Jacob, 312 4th 


Mattat C G, 316 Montgomery Ave 


Schulte John, 214 Brannan 


Matzaorff Montz, 629 Union 


Schultz Peter, 110 Market 


Mau Christ, 2401 California 


Schultz & Koch, 699 Davi3 


McCarthy Dennis J, 1128 Folsom 


Schwartz Wiiliam, 51 Sacramento 


McLeod Hugh, 544 4th 


Scelcy Albert, 23 2nd 


Mtarns J, 718 Kearny 


Se^ekkc William F E, 113S Market 


Medau J & P, 201 Montgomery Ave 


Seibert C, 24 Steuart 


Ifever William, 106 7th 


Seidcl William, 17^ 4th 


Michael J, 539 Clay 


Semer John, 1805 Powell 


Michalitschke Bros, 239 and 601 Kearnv 


Silveria J V, 518 4th 


Michalitschke C. 64 3rd 


Sisenvine Lew, 311 Bush 


Miller Henrv, 1200 Market 


Skipper J C, 202 5th 


Miller John F, 501 Kearny 


Smith B P, SE cor Sansom and Bush 


Modry Marcus, 312 3rd 


Smith Peter, 58 2nd 


Moller J H, 312 6th 


Smith W M & Co, 142 5th 


Moller R, 1314 Polk 


Sollcy S J, 824 Kearny 


Molteng C F, 1616 Polk 


Solomon Jacob, 200 6th 


Monscn Halvor, 260 Steuart 


Spear Wiiliam J, 976 Harrison 


Morgenstern Louis A, 111 Sutter 


Stein ert Frederic, 127£ 4th 


Morris Julius, 7 6th 


Steinhart L. 432 California 


Morton H L, 409 4th 


Stern S, 413 Pine 


Morton William H, 16 Market 


Stewart George, 30 Market 


Muncey W, NW cor Montgomery and Cal 


Stout C S, 29 6th 


Muzio & Lagomarsino, SE cor Bush and 


Sutliff Henry, 330 and 832 Kearny 


Mason 


Sutton J B, 338 Kearny 


Navarro Jose, 636 Filbert 


Swarts Emanuel L, 545 California 


Nichols Richard, 650 4th 


Szoboszlay Julius, 1127 Mission 


Norris E J & Co, 946 Market 


Tejeda & Calks, 328 Montgomery Avenue 


Oehlert Henry, 146 4th 


Thomas J G, junction Market and Turk 


Ohrt Christian, 515 Clay 


Thomsen William, 401£ Drumm 


Oraroas Theodore, junction Market and 


Thyes Ernest, NE cor 3rd and Mission 


Eddy 


Tinnemann Louis, 1502 Polk 


Overstreet W F, 222 McAllister 


Tobhtmann Frederick, 5 Dupont 


Parrin Eugene, 200 4th 


Torrence H M, 700 Montgomery 


Pearce W, 634 4th 


Ulmer M, 527 Montgomery 


Pearlman Abraham M, junction Market 


Union Cigar Co, 1051 Market 


and Sutter 


Voecke & Jordan, SW cor Montgomery 


Pechin Charles, 417 Front 


and Pacific 


Peiser Harry, 17 6th 


Volpert W A, 229£ Montgomery Avenue 


Perkins Lyman G, 16 3rd 


Von Ahntlen I H, 5 Kearny 


Petersen Nils P, 419 East 


Vuscovich C, cor Montgomery Avenue 


Petri John, 825 Pacific 


and Stockton 


Pinker Gustave J, 1231 Mission 


Wachsmuth William, 2008 Mission 


Popovich L & Co, 1002 Bush 


Walsh Thomas, 121 6th 


Priebatch W, 12 Leidesdorff 


Warschauer Mannheim, 321 California 


Prien Ludwig, 338 Bush 


Weis William, 154 2nd 


Prince Harry G, 102 4th 


Werlitz Henry, 38 6th 


Qui.-ada L, 506 Broadwav 


Zschiesche E R, 621 Kearny 


Raphael I, 430 Kearny 




Reed Francis, 529 Sacramento 
Hitter H II, 250 Sutter 


Clairvoyants. 


Roane A M, 607 Davis 


Antonia Clara, 108 Geary 


Roberts James M, 327 Pacific 


Crindle Elsie Mrs, 681 Mission 


Rodd C H, NE cor Washington and Stock 


Dahm J, 758 Howard 


Rose E J, 316 Bush 


Exodius J lime, 191 Jessie 


Rosenshine M & Bro, 604 Front 


Poye Ada H Mrs, 129 Kearny 


Roundcy Charles H & Co 412 Kearny 


Hcndee U Mrs, 207 Kearnv 


Schmidt Julius H, 1317 Stockton 


Morton Albert, 11 O Farrell 


Schmidt Henrv, 800 Keainy 


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Schmidt A, 1205 Polk 
Stowc C M Mrs, 110 4th 
Tambling W H Mrs, 1077 Market 

Cloaks and Baits. 

Berkowitz R, 1003 Stockton 

California Cloa't and Suit Manuf Co, 521 

528 Market 
Cohan D, 3 Dupont 

Danncnberg Amelia Mrs, 24 Montgomery 
Davidsm J \V & Co, 101 Kearny 
Prating: r & Noll, 105 Kearnv 
Freud M ft Sons, 742 Market 
Heller J Mrs, 315 Dupont 
Kraker & Israel, 521 Market 
Mayer Charles, 145 Post 
Mozart E, 932 Maiket and 27 5th 
Pacific Cloak and Suit Manuf Co, 212 Sut 
Shemanski H, 1102 Stockt m 
Stiblatt Henry, 112 9th 
Sullivan Thomas 120 Kearny 
Wurkheim ft Co, 125 Kearny 



Clocks-- Importers. 

Davis Bros, 713 Market and 419 Kearnv 
Day Thomas, 122 Sutter 
burton ft Co, 600-611 Market 
Lehnig C Ernest, 240 5th 
Lundy T, 9 3rd 
Pacific Jewelry Co, 6 Batterv 
Randolph .v. Co, 101 Montgomery 
Seth Thomas Clock Co, 132 Sutter 
Wcnzel Herman, 32^ Kearny 

Clocks- -Pneumatic. 

Wenzel Herman, 328 Kearny 

Clothing Manufacturers. 

Banner Bros, NE cor Sans mi and Market 
Bauni J ft Co, 7-9 Sansom 
Brown Nathan ft Co, 108 Battery 
Dolman Brothers, N\v cur Sansom and 

Sutter and 141 Montgomery 
Green ft S ,688 Market 

Bastings CC ft < .,, s\V cor Sutter and 

Montgomery 
Hyanis Bros, 100 Sansom 
Hyinan M ft Co, 518 Market 
Jacobs M ft s in, 20 Sans >m 
Lithauer ft Co, S3 Kearny 
Nathan Polverman ft Co 33 Batter] 
Siegel s, 414 Sacrament > 
Straus ft Levy, 201 Bush 
Witt Julius (boys), 22 Sansom 

Clothing-- Wholesale. 

Alexander Samuel O ft Cp, 1 Batterj 
Badger William <; & Co, 13 Sansom 



Clothing -Wholesale Con. 

Banner Bros, June Sansom Market and 

Sutter 
Baum J ft Co, 7-9 Sansom 
Brown Nathan ft Co, 108 Battery 
Colman Brothers, N'YV cor Sansom and 

Sutter and 141 Montgomery 
Fechheimcr. Goodkind & Co, IB Sansom 
Green & Seiler, 689 Market 
Hastings C C ft Co, SW e«»r Montgomery 

and Sutter 
Hyams Bros, 109 Sansom 
Hyman M & Co, 518 Market 
Loomia George, 706-716 Kearny 
Xeustadter Brothers, N\V cor Battery 

and Pine 
Schafer & Co, 11 Montgomery 
Steinhart W ft 1 ft Co, 8 Battery 
Strauss Levi ft Co, 14 Battery 
Toklas, Brown ft Co, 24 Sansom 

Clothing-Retail. 



Abraham Abraham, 4<>0 Pacific- 
Abraham J, lo> Jackson 
Abrahams Louis, <> Clav 
Abrams I, 126 3rd and 431 Pacific 
Ashcr A F, 4oS 4th 
Benjamin Elias, 9S4 Folsom 
Rercyits S, 534 Pacific 
Rerwin Louis I), 1061 Market 
Bloch A B, 204 Montgomery Avenue 
Bomstein Bros, ^44 Market 
Brock J, 71S Washing! >n 
Calhoun C (', 1326 Howard 
Cur.. M, 414 Pacific 
Circle Julius, ll'i Pacific 
Citron M L, 203 Pacific 
Clare John, 105 Ja ksOfl 
Cohen D ft Bros, 58 4th 
Cohen Joseph, 216 Pacific 
Conn J M, 824 Market and 2 
Conn Louis, 4ns pacific 
Colin M, 244 4th 
Colin Mm-ris B, 181 Jackson 
Conn Simon, 421 Keainy 
Colman S. 41o Pacific 
Cooper Abraham, IS I Pacific 
Brp Emanuel, 248 6th 
Fisher Samuel, 184 Srd 
Flavin Martin J, 612 Kearny 
Flenniken R, 724 Montgomery 
Fogel George, 10 Clay 

Frank Kpht.am, .".::" K.arn.\ 
Franklin George, Ml I>a\ is 
Franklin S S, 218 Pacific 
Fp it.m K, 1 125 Mission 
Gilbert I Srd 

Goldman >v Son, 218 16th 
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Hamburger G, 60 3rd 

Happ Marcus, 227 4th 

Harris A, 206 Pacific 

Harris Charles, 502 Pacific 

Harris M & Bro, 613 Davis 

Harris Marks, 323 Pacific 

Harris Samuel, 110 Steuart 

Hastings C C & Co, SW cor Montgomery 

and Sutter 
Hciman Bros, 1028 Maxkct 
Hertz Louis, 108 Pacific 
Hyman George J S, 547 Washington 
Isaacs A, 823 Kearny 
Isaacs H, 239 3rd 
Isaacs Samuel, 527 Pacific 
Isaacs Simon, 327 3rd 
Isaacs Solomon, 417 Pacific 
Israel J, 934 Dupont 
Israel Simon, 356 4th 
Jacobs David, 721 Sansom 
Johnson M Mrs, 990 Folsom 
Joseph Bros, 229 Montgomery 
Kalisky Charles 109-111 2nd 
Kayscr M &. Bro, 223 Montgomery 
Keser Louis, 15 6th 
Klinehaupt A I, 109 6th 
Kowalski S, 918 Dupont 
Krouse Samuel, 48 2nd 
Lachman Abraham, 810 Montgomery 
Lavcnthal S, 627 Montgomery 
Lazarus D, 7 Broadway 
Levy Abraham, 867 Folsom 
Levy Harris, 141 3rd 
Levy I D, 653 Washington 
Levy L, 227 Pacific 
Levy Louis, 314 4th 
Levy Marcus, 1H Jackson 
Levy & Co, 42 Jackson 
Liohtenstein S, 427 Pacific 
Lindner & Kron, 237 and 439 Kearny 
Loewenthal J, 927 Market 
Loomis George, 7C6-716 Kearny 
Louisson M, 525 Kearny 
Margot Joseph E. 132 Pacific 
Marks E & M H, 30 Steuart 
Marks H, 50S Valencia 
Marks Samuel, 529 East 
Mcndelson E, 233 Pacific 
Meyer Julius, 37 3rd 

Mierson, Jewell & Co, 524 and 828 Kearny 
Monasch J, 2005 Mission 
Nathan Charles, 929 Market 
Nathan Samuel, 117 3rd 
Nathan So.omon, 81 S Montgomery 
Nunes L, 105 Jackson 
Oppcnheim S B, 35 4th 
Paimcr C N, 726 Market 
Peckerman Simon, 214 6th 
Pcvser C, 521 Montgomery 
Peyser G, 211 3rd 
Peyser Samuel, 18 3rd 



Clothing-Retail— Con. 

Pincus Morris, 407 East 
Prager A J, S27 Kearny 
Rafcld Isidor, 939i Folsom 
Raphael I, 632 Montgomery 
Rons Bros, 35 Kearny 
Rush Mendel, 21 Market 
Schwartz K, 213 Folsom 
Schwartz M, 104 3rd 
Seligsohn & Co, 840 Market 
Shrier E & F, 201 Montgomery 
Simon A, 772 Ho%vard 
Simon E, 237 3rd 
Simon H Mrs, 305 3rd 
Solomon A, 435 Pacific 
Solomon Isadore, 530 Pacific 
Solomon L, 48 Steuart 
Stein Morris, 38 Jackson 
Stockwitz Morris, 250 4th 
Walsh Margaret Mrs, 521 Ellis 
Wilson Mary Mrs, 209 6th 

Cloths. 

Baumgarten A, 7 Montgomery 
Mason John R, 535 Market 
Raas E & Co, 616 Sacramento 
Reiss Bros & Co, 113 Sutter 
Stein Simon & Co, SE cor 2nd and 

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Webb M R, 541 Market 



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Allen Charles R, 118 Beale 

Arnold N S & Co, 310 California 

Barnard Frank & Co, 215 Jackson 

Bellingham Bay Coal Co, SE cor Folsom 
and Spear 

Bichard N 18 Howard 

Black Diamond Coal Co, SE cor Folsom 
and Spear 

Chandler R D, 118 Pacific 

Church S R, 143 Post 

Coos Bay Coal Co (Newport), 213 Jackson 

Coos Bay Union Coal Co, 413 Pacific 

Decker & Hansen, 112 Washington 

Dennv S D, 110 Jackson 

Dow Martin, 124 2nd 

Dunamuir & Diggle, 620 East 

Eastport Coos Bay Coal Co, 30 Mer- 
chant's Exchange 

Ebbets Arthur M, 109-115 Sacramento 

Empire Coal Co, Steuart Street Wharf 

Fowler G C, 413 Pacific 

Harris M & Bro, 204 Brannan 

Haste & Kirk, 21 Beale 

Henry Joseph, India Dock, foot Battery 

Huntington, Hopkins & Co, junction 
Market and Bush 

Jeffrav William, 204 California 



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Jobson W G, 511 Rush 

Kershaw If, 17 Spear 

Kocrbcr Henry ft Bro, 17 Washington 

Maedonough Joseph, 25 Market 
Middleton ft Farnsworth, 14 Post 
■ewbauer Joseph, 206 Bush 

Renton Coal Co, 22 Sacramento, and XE 
cor Mason and Geary 

Reynolds & Co, 317 Mission 

Rosenfeld John, 310 Sansom 

Sanderson Thomas, 16 Drumm 

Seattle Coal and Transportation Co, 34 
Market 

SELBY THOMAS H & Co, 116-118 Cali- 
fornia 

Shaw ft Sharp, 10 Fremont 

Summerfield A Jr, XE cor Folsom and 
Spear 

Whitney & Marshall, 22-24 Fremont 

Coal Oil— Wholesale. 

Allyne & White, 112 Front 
Coleman William T & Co, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Front ' 
Dietz A C-& Co, 224 Front 
Low C A iolph & Co, 208 California 
Taylor F E & Co, 120 Front 

Coffee— Wholesale. 

BERXARD CHARLES, 707 Sansom 
Cabrera Roma ft Co, 1-3 California 
Carit J Alfonzo, 405 Front 
Coleman William T & Co, SE cor Califoi- 

nia and Front 
Funkenstcin C & Co, 320 Sansom 
Ghitardclli & Danzel, IIS Jackson 
Low C Adolph & Co, 208 California 
Merrill J C & Co, 204 California 
Montealcgrc & Co, 230 California 
Moore Isidore C, 317 Battery 
Parrott & Co, 806 California 

Coffee Saloons. 

Abrahamson Nils, 521 East 

Anderson & Hansen, 540 Market 

Antunovieh Florio & Co, 403 East 

Becker August C, 341 Push 

Berbora QN, 624 Kearny 

Boccanovich P, 161 Stcuart 

Boothhy A, 312 Townsend 

Bosworih A Mrs, 619 Sacramento 

Broderick John, 41 Pacific 

Bullet Michael, XW cor Jackson and 

Drumm 
Busch Edward, 306 Post 
Bush Nathan, 777 Market 
Carlson Sl Johnson, 425 Drumm 
Crone Maud Mrs, 927 Market 
Davis Dan, S\V cor Kearny and Sutter 



Coffee Saloons Con. 

De Bus H F, 604 Montgomery 

De Mill & Lautermilch, 511$ Montgomery 

Deviaich ft Buja. 332 Fast 

Doyle J E, 1648 Mission 

Duncan William, 113 7th 

Finch WO, 522 California 

Getjengerdes Frederick, 31 O'Farrell 

Goldstein Bros, 437 Bush 

Green John C, 8 Jackson 

Greenougfa C C, Sr31 Kearny 

Grenz Charles, NE cor 6th and Clem.n- 
tina 

Hasselbruck W, 1236 Howard 

Herbert — , 1601 Gcarv 

Hoff J, 628 4th 

Houston & Cook, 7 Market 

Howard & Dewar, 345 Bush 

Jancovich Luco, SW cor Davis and Clark 

Johnson Sarah Mrs, 1233 Market 

Krafft F, 428 Kearny 

Kramer J, 407 Dupont 

Kuzanick Leopold, 806 Dupont 

Larsen C G, 18 Eddy 

Lorentz Robert, 7 Stockton 

Lovely Mark, 650 Market 

Macresse A, 19 Vallejo 

Madson & Peterson, 14 Sacramento 

Manning F C Mrs, 427 Pine 

Maricieh Luca, 23 Vallejo 

Martinovich Samuel & C >, XW cor Sacra- 
mento an.t East 

Masounette E, 221 Leidcsdorff 

Miller John, 10. Steuar* 

Mummert ft Meiners, 923 Market 

Myers Henry. s31 Kearny 

Xeilsen A, 1213 Fillmore" 

Xeilsen W, 227 Montgomery Ave 

Xorager & Hju! & ( o, 226th and 616 Pine 

Obradovich S, 901 Stockton 

Ohland J, 1 Morton 

Pcrrovich John, 250 Steuart 

Pinto John, 728 I 'avis 

Bacich ft Co, NW cor Oregon and Davis 

Badovich Anton, 254 steuart 

Reed J, M0 clay 

Rogat J, 900 Fi out 

Rossi A ft Co, 5-1 Commercial 

Bovegno D, 616 Commeicia] 

Sett Floyd K, 609 Washb i 

Sefcrovic Iriphon, 827 Market 

Severance II \V .y. CO, 6U Montgomery 

Sickels C, 3o2 Dupont 

Smith Andrew V, 17 Washington 

Smith L F, 168 7th 

Bum m D, 68 let 

Thycks >n M. 

Trespaillfl M, 1604 Turk 

Vlautin P, 71." I 

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Williams M, 15 Vallejo 
Workman John, 605 Davia 
Yarnell S, 309 Hayes 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 

Adams A P, 51 Fremont 

Beach J H & Co, 8-10 Stevenson 

BERNARD CHARLES, 707 Sansom 

Bothin, Dallemand& Co, 305-307 Front 

Burr C C & Co, 116 Front 

Clapp & Jessup, 51 Fremont 

Folger, Schilling & Co, 104 California 

Guittard E & Co, 405 Sansom 

Hanly G T & Co, 214 Sacramento 

Hofen & Co, 412 Clav 

Hudson H C & Co, 124 Mam 

Loeven Emile, 520 Front 

MONTEALEGRE J G, 218 Sacramento 

Murphy Adam H (Continental), 5 1st 

Venard G, 625 Front 

Collin Manufacturers. 

Lockhart & Porter, 29 Bluxome and 16 

O'Farrell 
McAuliffe & Card, 516 8th 

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j Atherton F A, 507 Montgomery 
Babb & Inman, 118 Post 
'Baxter C G, 213 Sansom 
Baxter Hall VV, 216 Sansom 
Boyle John, 433 Montgomery 
Brooks W L, 328 Montgomery 
California Collection Co, 653 Clay 
Cardincll J A, 234 Montgomery * 
Cavendish M, 213 Sansom 
Cleary Robert, 224 Montgomery 
Coe J T, 32i Montgomery 
DcPas C B, 614 Washington 
Dikeman Daniel S, 222 McAllister 
Dunand Louis F, 7 Montgomery Ave 
Durand Addison, 604 Merchant 
Gillespie W M, 606 Montgomery 
Harding S C. 648 Washington * 
Harris Da\id, 22 Montgomery 
jHenninger G, 419 Pine" 
Hirsch Solomon, 304 Battery 
I Hughes E E, 724^ Market 
Hosted A, 331 Montgomery 
Irvin H R, 531 California 
! Jacobi L, 426 California 
Jones & Jahn, 606 Clay 
Koen F C, 519 Montgomery 
|La~ndr/ & Eabin, 612" Commercial 
Leasing Henry, 123 California 
iLutgen Charles r', 216 Pine 
j Lynch G W, 729 Montgomery 
(Madison & Burke, 501 Montgomery 



Collectors— Con. 

Martin A, 528 California 

Martin on A, 420 Montgomery 

McElhinncy P H, 715 Clay 

Millett E V, 504 Kearny 

Morse H, 32i Montgomery 

Mosebach F C, 330 Pine 

Mullctt J. 434 California 

Nicol William, 605 Sacramento 

Pateman H, 438 California 

Peterson Johnston, 330 Pine 
j Pettigrew & Earless, 217 Sansom 
j Regensburger S H, 25 Montgomery 

Remington J C & Co, 318 Pine 
I Retail Tradesmans' Collection Bureau, 434 

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