The Saint Louis directory,for the year 1842 ... with a sketch of the city of Saint Louis ..
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St. Louis Directory.
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Robert Campbell
, St. Louis, May 7 1832
106 Main Street
Always on hand, the largest kind of a
stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
Which I pledge myself to sell about as low as other Clothier's goods cost them.
'Tis no trouble to show Goods at 166, Main Street.
Country Merchants
Supplied on the best possible ternis.

Printed by Chambers & kaupp , Republican Office, 45, Main street.

1842.

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The
Saint Louis Directory,
For the year
1842;: Containing The Names Of The Inhabitants,
And The Numbers Of Their Places Of Business
And Dwellings;
With A
Sketch Of The City Of Saint Louis.
Also,
The Names Of The City, Township, County And
State Officers, And The Names And Officers
Of The Various Literary, Scientific,
Benevolent, Religious And Public
Institution'S, With A Variety Of
Other Interesting Matter.
Saint Louis


Printed by Chambers & Knapp —Republican Office.


1842
Summary
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Sketch Of St. Louis.

This city is situated on the West side of the Mississippi river, in lati-
tude 38°, 37′, 28″; longitude 90°, 15′, 39″, west of Greenwich, and may
justly be said to be the commercial emporium of the great valley of
the West. A brief outline of its settlement, rise, position and busi-
ness, is all that we can pretend to give at present.

The site of St. Louis was originally settled for an Indian trading
post, a depot for goods for the Indian trade, and rendezvous for the tra-
ders and the place of deposit for the furs and skins procured in the
trafic. At the time it was selected, and for many years afterwards,
the whole country north and west was occupied, exclusively, by various
Indian tribes. The most accredited, as well as the most authentic ac-
counts of the foundation of St. Louis, ascribe it to a company of In-
dian traders organized by the grant of the Governor General of Louis-
iana to Mons.LacledeLiguste, and others, to trade with the Indians
of the Missouri and west of the Mississppi.

"In consequence of the powers with which he was invested, Mr.
Laclede, formed an expedition, at the head of which he was placed,
and started from New Orleans on the 3d of August, 1763. On the 3dof November, in the same year, he arrived at Ste. Genevieve, but
finding no place suitable for the storage of his goods, and being still
too far from the Missouri, a proximity to which, was an object with
him, he proceeded on to Fort de Chartres, which was still inposses-
sion of the French troops." (Dep. of A.Chouteau, .) Thence hepro-
ceeded immediately towards the mouth of the Missouri river, in
search of a spot suitable for an establishment of the kind he had in
view. Having fixed upon a site, he returned to Fort de Chartres,
from whence he started again in the beging of the month of Febru-ary, 1764, with the men whom he had brought with him from New
Orleans, a few from Ste. Genevieve, and some from the Fort. On his
route he passed through the town of Cahokia, engaging several fami-
lies to go with him to the proposed establishment. On the fifteenth,
they reached the place of destination, proceeded to cut down trees and
draw the lines of a town, which was called, by, Mr.Laclede, , the
founder , St. Louis, in honor of Louis Xv., the reigning monarch of
France."—Extract from history of St. Louis, prepared for Lyceum.

The purposes for which St. Louis was selected, its proximity to
the Missouri, soon gave it commercial importance in the then com-
merce of the country. In the second year after its foundation Fort
Chartres was abandoned by the French troops and M. St.Ange, , the
commander of the Fort, with the officers and troops removed to St.
Louis, where he assumed the reins of government, and from that time
St. Louis became the Capitol of Upper Louisiana, and the chief tra-
ding post of the upper country.

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On the 11th of August, 1768, Mr.Rious, arrived with the Spanish
troops and took possession in the name of Spain. In 1789, consequent
upon the revolution at New Orleans, the Spanish troops evacuated Up-
per Louisiana and departed, for New Orleans; but in the year follow-
ing, 1770, PedroPeirnos, was appointed Lieutenant Governor and mili-
tary and civil commandant of Upper Louisiana, under the Spanish
government. He arrived at St. Louis29th November, 1770, and en-
tered upon his command in February following. The country re-
mained under the authority of Spain until 1800, when it was retroce-
ded to France, and by her sold to the United States, and the govern-
ment transferred 1804.

The site on which the town is laid off lies on the river, in nearly the
shape of a semi-circle, presenting, originally, a bold, rock bluff, most of
which has been removed. From the river the ground, after leaving the
bluff, rises in two benches to nearly the height of eighty feet
above the level of the river. From Fourth street or the top of the last
bench, the country back extends many miles in a plain, undulating,
and furnishing within the city limits ground well adapted for com-
pact buildings. Beyond the city limits the country presents numer-
ous unrivaled sites for residences, many being so situated as to com-
mand a full view of the city and river.

The fur trade induced many French settlers, from Canada, and at
an early day, several English adventurers in the same traffic took up
their residence in St. Louis. About three years after the transfer of
Louisiana to the United States the tide of English settlers greatly in-
creased and the town began to assume a more commercial character.
In 1808 there were a number of English families resident in St. Louis.
In that year the Louisiana Gazette (now the Republican) was estab-
lished. In the files of that paper of 1811, we find the following des-
cription of the town:

"This place occupies, perhaps the best scite fcr a town that the Mis-
sissippi affords. The mouth of the Ohio has certainly much greater
natural advantages, but the ground is subject to inundation, and St.
Louis has taken a start, which it will most probably keep. It bids
fair to be second to New Orleans in importance.

"The bank on which St. Louis stands, is not much higher, than in or-
dinary places, but the floods of the river are kept at a distance by a
bold shore of limestone rock. The town is built between the river
and the second bank, on three streets running parallel to the river,
and a number of cross ones, east and west. No space has been left
between the town and the river; which is much to be lamented ; for
sake of health, business, and the pleasure of promenade there should
have been no encroachment on the margin of the noble stream. . The
principal scene of business ought to be on the bank of the river, which
gives consequence to the place. From the opposite bank nothing is visi-
ble of the busy bustle of a populous town; it appears closed up. The
scite of St. Louis is not unlike that of Cincinnati. How different
would have been its appearance if built in the same elegant manner.
Its bosom as it were opened to the breezes of the river, the stream

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gladdened by the enlivening scene of business and pleasure, and
houses built in elegant and compact rowr!

"From the opposite bank, St. Louis appears to great advantage. In
a disjoined and scattered manner it extends along the river, a mile
and a half, and we form the idea of a large and elegant town. There
are two or three large and costly buildings, though not in the modern
taste, which aid in producing this effect on a closer examination the
town appears to be composed of an equal proportion, of stone walls,
houses and fruit trees: but the illusion still continues.

"On ascending the second bank, which is about forty feet above the
level of the plain, we have the town below us, and a fine view of the
Mississippi in each direction and of the lovely country through which
it passes. When the curtain of wood which hides the American
bottom, shall have been withdrawn, or vesta cut through, by farms
opened to the river, there will be a noble prospect into that rich and
beautiful tract. The bottom, at this place, is eight or ten miles wide
and charmingly diversified with prairie arid woodland. There is a
line of works along this second bank, erected for the purpose of de-
fence, consisting of several circular towers, of twenty feet in diame-
ter and fifteen in height, a small stockaded fort, and stone breast work.
These, are at present entirely waste and unoccupied, excepting the
fort, in one of the buildings of which, the court is held, while another
is used as a prison. Some distance from the termination of this line,
up the river, there are a number of Indian mounds, and remains of
antiquity; which, while they are ornamental to the town, proves
that in former times, this place had also been chosen as the site, per-
haps of a populous city.

"St. Louis contains according to the last census, 1,400 inhabitants.
One fifth Americans, and about 400 people of color. There are a few
Indians, and metiffs, in the capacity of servants, or wives of boatmen.
St. Louis was at no time so agricultural as the other villages; being a
place of some trade, the chief town of the province, and the residence
of greater numbers of mechanics. It remained stationary for two or
three years after the cession, it is now beginning to take a start, and
its reputation, is growing abroad. Every house is crouded, rents are
high and it is exceedingly difficult to procure a tenement on any
terms. Six or seven houses were built in the course of last season,

"They consist 1st, of ten mounds diposed in such a manner as to
form three sides of a square, enclosing about four acres, and the open
side towards the wet, guaide, by live small mounts placed at inter-
vals, in a circular manner, round the opening. 2nd, a large mound,
about six hundred yards higher up the liver, 3D feet high, 150 in
length, shaped like a grave, five feet wide on the top, and wilh a large
terrace or apron, on the side towards the river. 3d, below the 1st,
a genlle elevation, four feet higher, than the second bank, with an
acre for a handsome house and yard, being 150 feet wide, and falling
to the plain of the first bank. It is three regular gradations, the two first,
ten feel, and the last five. It is called the falling garden. It affords
an elegant site for a house and garden. It is the most beautiful re-
mains of antiquity I have seen."

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and it is probable, twice the number, will be the next There is a
Printing Office, and twelve mercantile stores. The value of the mer-
chandize, and imports to this place, in the course of the year may be
estimated at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. The outfits, for
the different trading or military establishments, on the Mississippi, or
Missouri, are made here. The lead of the Sac mines, is brought to
this place; the trade of furs and peltry from various causes is not as
good as it was a few years ago, but there is every reason to believe that
it will soon take a start. The troops of Belle Fountain, cause upwards
of sixty thousand dollars to have circulation in the country annually.
The settlements, in the vicinity on both sides of the Mississippi, resort
to this place as the best market for their produce, and to supply them-
selves with such articles as they may need."

The introduction of steam and the arrival of the first steamboat
(1817) introduced a considerable revolution in the commerce of St.
Louis. In 1822 the town was incorporated as a city, but owing to the
sparse settlements by which it was surrounded, its commercial pros-
perity cannot be said to have been considerable until 1828 or '30, and
its growth as a city may be dated from about 1834 or 5, in some meas-
ure consequent upon the great appreciation of property which com-
menced about that time. The population, at various periods, is thus
stated: In 1810, 700; in 1820, 2,000; in 1830, 5,852; in 1833, 6,397; in
1837, 12,040, and including the suburbs, now embraced in the city lim-
its, 14,253; in 1841, within the old limits only, there were 19,063. The
census of the suburbs was not taken that year, but from what is known,
by the voters, and taxable inhabitants residing, in that part, the whole
population of the city may safely be set down as now rising 30,000.

No city in the United States, certainly no interior town, possessessu-
perior commercial facilities. It is situated 20 miles below the junction
of the Missouri and Mississippi, and about 40 miles below the mouth
of the Illinois river; about 190 miles above the mouth of the Ohio, and
1,300 miles above New Orleans. To nearly every quarter of the
compass there is an uninterrupted communication by water of
more than a thousand miles. From her positition and facility of com-
munication in every direction, she may be fairly regarded as the
centre of the great valley of the Mississippi, and as nearly in the centre
of the territory of the United States. Owing to the depth of water in
the Mississippi from the mouth of the Missouri down to New Orleans,
being much greater than in the rivers above, the same class of boats
which can be profitably employed in the lower trade cannot, ordinarily,
extend their trips beyond St. Louis. And the boats employed on the
upper rivers, being smaller, cannot be so profitably employed in the
Southern trade. The result of this is, to make St. Louis the great
shipping point for the imports and exports of all the vast territories
lying north and west of her, and a considerable portion of the country
south and east. She may, with propriety, be said to be the com-
mercial mart for all the country from the mouth of the Ohio, north,
and from Lake Michigan, west. A glance at the map will show that
there are few, if any cities, in the world possessing equal facilities

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with this, or similarly situated in the heart of so large and fertile
a tract of country—a country possessing a soil and climate and agri-
cultural facilities sufficient to supply the whole Union with bread
stuff's and meats,—with mines, the richness and inexhaustable amount
of whose ores are not equalled in the world,—with coal, water power,
and other facilities for any and every species of manufactories. Sur-
rounded by all these elements, with a navigation reaching from the
Falls of St. Anthony to the Gulf of Mexico, and from the base of the
Rocky Mountains to the Alleghenies, it requires neither the spirit of
prophecy nor a stretch of credulity to believe that the day must come
when St. Louis will be the most populous and largest inland town on
the continent.

The commerce of St. Louis is yet in its infancy. The country
around it is but beginning to develope its resources. Nevertheless,
the trade at present is of immense magnitude. It would be impossi-
ble here to enter into a detail of the exports and imports of the city for
the past year, suffice it to say, that they are known to have exceeded
$30,000,000 in 1841. During that year, about 186 steam boats visited
this port; about 150 were employed in the St. Louis trade the whole
or a greater portion of the year. There are 86 boats owned in whole
or in part by St. Louismerchants , with an aggregate tonnage of about
16,570 tons. From the first of January 1841, to the first of January,1842, the arrivals of steam boats at St. Louis amounted to 1,928, aggre-
gate tonage 262,681 tons.

The following table of exports from St. Louis to New Orleans per
steamboats, is taken from the manifests reported in Levy's Price Cur-
rent, for the year 1841. A large amount of produce was carried south
during the year, by flat and keel boats, which is not embraced, nor do
any of the exports to the Ohio or any of the sales along the coast ap-
pear in this statement :

Flax Seed.—9 hhds., 3 tierces, 40 bbls.
Tobacco.—8,009 hhds., 2,046 boxes, 78 bales.
Wheat.—1 tierce, 17,155 bbls., 49,435 sacks.
Whiskey.—1,723 bbls.
Shot.—7,024 kegs, 674 bags, 10 boxes.
Hides.—1,011 bales, 18 hhds., 24,777 hides.
Hemp.—77 bales.
Castor Oil.—1,889 bbls., 15 half bbls., 21 hhds., 51 boxes,
Corn Meal.—254 bbls., 89 sacks.
Buffalo Robes.—3,378 bales.
Beeswax.—43 hhds., 28 bbls., 2 half do, 7 sacks,
Rope.—11,162 coils.
Butter.—36 bbls., 24 half do., 3,436 kegs.
Bagging.—6,839 pieces.
Beans.—4,155 bbls., 612 sacks, 3 casks.
Furs and Peltries.—946 packages.
Green Fruit.—7,650 bbls., 100 sacks.
Dried Fruit.—43 bbls.
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Tallow.—632 bbls., 10 hhds., 3 boxes.
Bacon.—5,284 hhds., 407 bbls., 174 bxs, 21,649 pieces, 139,000 lbs.
Beef.—14 hhds., 8,620 bbls., 363 half bbls.
Dried do.—22 casks, 137 boxes, 26 bbls.
Corn.—98,804 sacks, 2,395 bbls., 7,900 bushels.
Flour.—82,419 bbls.
Lard.—4,364 bbls., 535 half do., 1 hhd., 55,285 kegs.
Lead.—455,708 pigs, 677 box bars.
Oats.—467 bbls., 18,224 sacks, 978 bushels.
Potatoes.—4,995 bbls., 5,962 sacks, 14 hhds.
Pork.—50,386 bbls., 197 half do., 31,509 pieces, 1,578,774 lbs., 38
boxes, 177 hhds.
Onions.—611 bbls., 431 sacks, 150 bushels.

In respect to manufacturing facilities St. Louis is not inferior to her
commercial advantages; but up to this time her facilities have not been
developed or improved to any considerable extent. For the manufac-
ture of iron, lead and copper, she has within a short distance an in-
conceivable amount of the raw material. In fact, the extent of the
ores in the various mineral districts to the north and south of the city
are immeasurable.

Bituminous stone coal of a very excellent quality abounds in near-
ly every direction from the city. Large deposits of this coal have been
discovered and are extensively worked, on the west of the Mississippi
at various distances of from two to six miles. East of the river in the
bluff, extensive coal banks are worked. Generally as the banks have
been penetrated, the coal has improved in character, and the vein in-
creased in size; The number, quantity and extent of the coal banks,
in the vicinity, are sufficient to give assurance that there never will
be a scarcity of this article. In addition to the coal in the immediate
vicinity, it is found in abundance in various parts of the river banks
above this. Several extensive foundaries, mills, and other work, shops
are carried on in the city by it.

The following are a few of the manufactories commenced in this city,
each of which may be said to be as yet in its infancy. During this
year, 1842, several other branches will be added to the list, and seve-
ral of those now in existence will be considerably enlarged. The re-
turns of these manufactories are for the year 1841. The number,
amount of work, hands, &c., is made put entirely with reference to
the business of that year.

There are two foundries in the city employing 140 hands, and used
during the year 1841, 77,165 worth of raw material, producing during
the year, 154,481 of manufactured articles. These foundaries are
large enough to accomplish any work usually required in the west.There are twelve stove, grate, tin and copper manufactories, em-
ploying 123 hands; have used in thte year raw material to- the amount
of $79,863 and turned out manufactured articles to the amount of
$183,259.

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There are twenty-seven black and house smiths employing 115
hands, have used in the year, $51,180 of raw material and furnished
$146,151 of manufactured articles.

There are two white and red lead and litharge manufactories em-
ploying 22 hands; have used of raw material in the year, $42,000, and
furnished manufactured articles to the amount of $64,500.

There is one castor oil manufactory employing 27 hands, used in the
year, $26,000 raw material, and turned out $60,550 in oil.

There are four manufactories of bagging and bale rope, employing
83 hands, have used in the past year, $40,540 of raw material, and pro-
duced $82,775 manufactured articles. One other rope walk was not
in operation last year.

There are 58 manufactories of boots and shoes, employing 243 hands,
have used in the last year, $58,492, raw material, and produced $157,-
267 manufactured articles.

There are twelve saddle, harness and trunk manufactories, employ-
ing 53 hands, have used in the year, $24,741 raw material and pro-
duced $53,425 manufactured articles.

There are twenty-three carriage and wagon makers, employing 103
hands, have used in the year $39,942 raw material, and produced 104,-
240, manufactured articles.

There are twenty cabinet and chair manufactories, employing 113
hands, have used in the year, $45,720 in raw materials, and produced
$113,875, in manufactured articles.

There are nine hatters, employing 47 hands, have used in the year
$31,529 in raw materials, and produced $74,735, in manufactured ar-
ticles.

There are eleven coopers, employing 77 hands, have used in the
year $22,831, in raw material, and produced $66,213, in manufactured
articles.

There are 15 manufactories of tobacco & cigars, employing 43hands,
have used during last year $18,860, in raw materials, and produced
$58,955, manufactured articles.

There are two stemeries, only one of which was in operation last
year. This one turned out 65 hogsheads of tobacco, worth $13,000.

There are now three manufactories of lead pipe, one of which used
last year, 2,000 pigs of lead.

There are now two manufactories of linseed oil, one of which pro-
duced last year, about 4,000 gallons.

There is six grist mills; all but one are propelled by steam.

Last year the flour mills ground 405,000 bushels of wheat, and pro-
duced 81,000 barrels of flour; 32,000 bushels of corn were ground dur-
ing the year.

There are nine saw mills which, last year, produced 3,953,000 feet
of lumber.

There are six breweries, only four of which were in operation last
year. The four used last year, 51,200 bushels of bailey, 25,000 lbs., of
hops; produced 14,050 barrels of beer, &c.; aggregate cost of raw ma-
terial, $34,326, value of manufactured article, $98,350.

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There are two manufactories of cordials which last year made 15,000
gallons; average worth $l 25 per gallon.

There are three plaining mills, each propelled by steam, which
planed 1,400,000 feet of lumber, last year.

In addition to the foregoing, the following deserve mention.

The manufactory of jewelry and silver plate is now carried on to a
very considerable extent. Up to last year the workmen were chiefly
confined to repairing.

A manufactory of Britannia ware has been started within the past
year, and is carried on quite extensively.

Also, a glass cutting establishment. As yet the glass used in this
manufactory is imported from the Ohio, but it is contemplated in a
short time to commence the making of glass in connexion with
the cutting.

There are two plane manufactories, which are now nearly able to
supply the demand, and extensive enough to furnish nearly every ar-
ticle required.

A wire weaving and hose manufactory is in operation.

Patent scales and balances are manufactured to a considerable ex-
tent.

There is a manufactory of oil cloth, at which 5,000 yards were made
last year.

A carpet manufactory, at which 5,000 yards were made last year.

There are several small manufactories of military and fancy goods,
and hosiery.

A chemical and fancy soap manufactory has been in operation some
time.

Artificial flowers are extensively manufactured by several persons.

Pottery and stone ware manufactory is carried on to a considerable
extent.

There are several manufactories of ploughs, and other agricultural
implements. It is estimated that they turned out last year about
$35,000 of manufactured articles.

Pumps, box and blocks, are extensively manufactured.

There are two tanneries in successful operation.

There are six daily English papers published in the city, and one
weekly in the German language.

During the year 1841, about 28,000,000 of bricks were made in the
city. That year, there were erected 561 houses of a permanent char-
acter, exclusive of about 200 small tenements erected in the suburbs,
many of them are on leased ground and not included in this return. Of
the 561 buildings, 384 were brick dwellings, the materials of which
cost $472,710, and the whole buildings cost $817,630; 14 stone dwellings,
materials cost $9,550, whole cost $17,375; 104 frame do., materials cost
$54,230, whole cost, $96,978; 45 brick store or ware houses, materials
cost $79,735, whole cost $115,840; 7 stone do., materials cost $19,500,
whole cost $34,430; 1 brick school house, materials cost $4,200, whole
cost $7,225. There was also commenced and nearly finished, a large
brick church belonging to the Catholics, and another church for the

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Associate Reformed Presbyterians; two frame flouring mills completed
and one planing mill. For the churches and mills, except the planing
mill, we have no returns of the cost; but without these the whole
amount of materials used was $643,143, and the whole cost $1,094,828.

Two boat yards for the building of steam boats have been opened
in the city, with every prospect of success. They have already built
several boats.

A Floating Dock employing, on anaverage, about 50 hands, has been
in operation some time. During the year 1841, they took out and re-
paired 48 boats. Their charges for repairing, rebuilding, &c., that
year, amounted to $39,443. Most of the boats on the western waters,
now come to this port to repair. The facilities of docking the boat
being greater here than with any other dock, and the water in the
Mississippi being always sufficient to let them get out.

During the year 1841, there were 51 butchers engaged in supplying
the city with meat. The following is the aggregate of their returns
of cattle, &c. slaughtered during the year.

Number. Cost. Average Price.
Neat Cattle, 11,426 $181,801 $15 82
Calves, 2,370 10,988 4 63
Hogs, 16,950 88,375 5 18
Sheep, 10,060 20,910 2 08
40,806 $302,074

The cause of morals and education are as well sustained in this
city in proportion to its means and the extent of its population as in
any other city in the Union. There are in the city the following
Churches.

Two Catholic Churches and a third commenced.

Two Presbyterian.

Two Episcopal.

Two Methodist.

One Baptist.

One Associate Reformed Presbyterian.

One Unitarian.

One German Lutherian:

Two African.

The Episcopalians have three Churches, but as yet, only two build-
ings. The Methodists are building another large Church. The As-
sociate Reformed Presbyterians are also building a large Church.—
The Baptist and Unitarian Churches have been considerably enlarged
lately.

There are two Colleges in a flourishing condition in the city and
vicinity, viz: St. Louis University, a Catholic Institution under the
Jesuits. Kemper College, situated four miles out, an Episcopal Insti-
tution. Each of these Institutions have a large number of students.

There are two medical schools, viz: The Medical Department of Kem-
per College, has held two winter sessions with large classes. The

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Medical Department of St. Louis University lately organized. Three
public school houses have been erected, which are supported by a pub-
lic fund. A Female Seminary under the charge of the Nuns of the
Sacred Hart. Also, a number of well conducted private male and fe-
male Seminaries and schools, which are well attended. We have
neither the space or time to enumerate all the institutions for education,
and for litterary, charitable and other purposes. There are two Orphan
Asylums, one for males under the care of the Sisters of Charity, the
other under the care of an association of Protestant ladies. The Hos-
pital building, under the care of the Sisters of Charity, has been con-
siderably enlarged, and is now capable of accommodating a large
number of patients. Large additions have been made within the
past year to Hotels and Boarding Houses. The Planters' House, which
was opened during the past year, in the magnitude of the building and
the style in which it is kept, will advantageously compare with any
Eastern Hotel. Other Hotels have been greatly improved.

The city, by the act of incorporation of the 15th of February, 1841,
extends about five miles along the river, and back about one mile and
a half at the deepest part. The limits are thus defined:

"All that district of country contained within the following limits,
to wit: beginning at a point in the main channel of the Missis-
sippi river, due east to the south-east corner of St. George;
thence, due west, to the west line of second Carondelet ave-
nue; thence, north, with the said west line of said avenue, to the north
line of Chouteau avenue; thence, northwardly, in a direct line to the
mouth of Stony creek, above the present north line of the city of St.
Louis; thence, due east, to the middle of the main channel of the Mis-
sissippi river; thence, southwardly, with the middle of the main chan-
nel of the Mississippi river, to the place of beginning."

The city is divided into five wards. The first ward embraces all
south of the line commencing at the mouth of the creek; thence up
the creek to the intersection of Rutgers street; thence west with Rut-
gers street to the western line of the city.

The second ward embraces all lying between the aforesaid creek
and Rutgers street; and Elm street, extending west to the west line
of the city.

The third ward embraces all between Elm and Pine streets.

The fourth ward embraces all between Pine and Laurel streets,
and Washington Avenue.

The fifth ward embraces all within the city limits, lying north of
Laurel street and Washington Avenue.

There are three market places. The middle or old market situated
on Water and Market streets. The north market on Third street, be-
tween Prune and Oak streets. The south market on Carondelet Ave-
nue, below the junction of Fourth and Fifth streets, and in front of
the Convent.

A work house, for the punishment of vagrants and other offenders
against the city ordinances, has been erected at the intersection of
Park Avenue with the west line of the city.

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Republican
Printing Office,
No. 45,
Main Street, St. Louis.

Book And Job
Printing
Of every description, neatly executed at
Low Prices.

Steam

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Boat
Bills,
In colors of plains,
Printed in a neat and handsome manner.

Missouri Republican,
Printed By
Chambers & Knapp
Daily, Tri-Weekly & Weekly,
Advertisements & subscriptions respectfully
solicited, at 45, Main street.

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Mississippi Foundry,
No. 202,
North Main Street,
Saint Louis.

Gaty, M'Cune & Glasby ,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Steam Engines, Brass and Iron Castings,
Saw Mill Wrought And Cast Irons,
Mill Machinery, Oil Screws and Presses, Tobacco
and all other kinds of Screws; Smithing
in all its branches.

s. Boat work done at the shortest notice.

The highest price given for old copper and brass.

Dr.Brandreth'S,
Celebrated Vegetable
Universal Pills,
An effectual assistant of Nature,
56½ Office, 56½
Market Street,
Saint Louis, Mo.Missouri

Donaldson & Hall ,
Plane And Edge Tool Manufactory
And General
Hardware Store,
No. 25, Main Street,
Saint Louis.

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Fresh Garden Seeds
(Of direct importation,)
Warranted Of The First Quality, For Sale By
Dinn & Grubb ,
At The Missouri Seed Store,
No. 6, Main Street, near the Market, St. Louis.

The collection consists of every variety of Garden, Farm and Flower
Seeds; Dutch Bulbous Flower Roots; fine Roses; superb double Dahlias,
of above 100 choice varieties; Green House Plants; Ornamental and
Fruit Trees; Gooseberry and Currant Bushes; Strawberries, Raspber-
ries, Asparagus Roots, &c. &c.

Also, red and white Clover seed; Lucern or French Clover; Timothy;
Orchard Grass; Herds and Blue Grass; Wheat, Barley and Rye; fine
Scotch Potatoe Oats; Mangel Wurtzel and French Sugar Beet, with full
directions for culture and manufacture of Sugar; Morus Multicaulis
Trees, with treatise on culture.

Country Merchants supplied with seed, neatly put up with labelledpa-
pers, ready for retail, or in boxes from $10 to 100, or by the dozen papers,
or pound and bushel, (if they prefer making their own selection from the
general catalogue) for which a separate price list will be furnished.

Planters furnished with boxes well assorted, at from $5 to $50 each.

Market Gardeners furnished with the best quality of articles and on
reasonable terms.

These seeds are imported direct from the most eminent and experi-
enced growers in the Eastern States, and from the first seed establish-
ments in France, Holland, England and Scotland, and may be depended
on as fresh and genuine.

Also, Ploughs, Cultivators, Corn Shellers and Straw Cutters of the
most approved varieties; Garden and Farming Tools.

Canary birds of the finest song; breeding and fancy cages. Bird seed
of every sort, with a treatise on the care of Canaries, Goldfinches and
other song birds.

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Paper Hangings Warehouse.

B. B.Michael, ,
Wholesale and retail dealer in French and American
Paper Hangings,
No. 45, Market street, opposite Concert Hall,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

The above establishment being connected with one of the largest
American Manufactories in the East, an extensive and elegant assort-
ment of every description of Paper Hangings will be kept constantly on
hand. New patterns regularly received as soon as manufactured.
Dealers, merchants & others are respectfully invited to call & examine.

Johnleach, ,
150 & 152,
North Third St., North Market,
Dealer in choice
Family Corceries,
Fine Wines, Country Produce,
Staple Dry Goods, &c.

To which he invites the attention of families.

Wm.William P.Harrison, . Edw. A.Chouteau, .

Harrison & Chouteau ,
Fancy And Staple
Dry Goods,
At Retail,
No. 40, Market Street,
Under Concert Hall,
Saint Louis.

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Wilson & Brother ,
Importers & Wholesale Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
Hardware,
Cutlery And Fancy Goods,
Sign of the Golden Anvil,
No. 84, Main Street,
Saint Louis.

G. B.Michael'S,
Dry Goods Store
Is At
56, Market Street.

G. B.Michael'S,
Paper Hangings Warehouse
Is At
45, Market Street,
Opposite Concert Hall.

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A.Adams, ,
Importer And Dealer ,
54, Main Street,
Is Continually Receiving
New Goods,
And has on hand at all times, an extensive assortment of
American And European
Fancy Goods,
The Following Are Some Of The Articles Comprising
His Stock, Any Of Which The Subscriber Can Sell
So As To Compete With Any House In St. Louis.

Linen cambric Hdkfs.
Percussion Caps,
Spool Thread,
Eau de Cologne,
Ivory Combs,
Cord for ladies dresses,
Looking Glasses,
Tuck Combs,
Penknives,
Silver Pencil Cases,
Violin Strings,
Drilled Eyed Needles,
Pocket Knives,
Shell and horn side Combs,
Ladies' Work Baskets,
Needle work Collars,
Travelling Baskets,
Boot Laces,
Tooth Brushes,
Accordions,
Shoe Brushes,
Suspenders,
Portable Desks,
Ambrosial shav'g Cream,
Ivory & horn dres'g combs
Persian Otto of Roses,
German silver Spoons,
Scissors,
Hook and Eyes,
Puffs and Boxes,
Pearl Shirt Buttons,
Bone and horn do.
Cotton Thread,
Hair Brushes,
Violin Strings,
Linen Collars,
Indellible Ink,
Pearl Powder,
German and English Pins,
Horse Brushes,
Sewing Silk,
Metal and Ivory Eyeletts,
Perfumery
Of Every Description,

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Charles C. Norris & Co.company
No. 97,
O'Fallon'S Row, Main Street,
Three doors south of Locust, south side, sign of the
Pad Lock,
Importers of

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Hardware,
Cutlery, Saddlery,
Brass, Japaned & Plated Wares,
Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Nails, Castings, Steel, &c.

Together With Almost Every Article In Their Line.

City Dealers and Country Merchants are respect-
fully requested to give them a call, previous
to making their purchases.

Ford'S
Premium Boots
Boot And Shoe Manufactory.

EdwardFord, ,
Premium Boot Maker ,
No. 92, Second Street, between Locust and Vine,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

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WilliamBurd, . Richard S.Tilden, . John W.Burd, .

Burd, Tilden & Burd ,
No. 43, North Main Street,
Coppersmiths,
Tin-Plate And Sheet Iron Workers,
Fancy Grate Makers,
Brass Founders,
Hydraulic Plumbers and Pump Makers,
Steamboat Work ,
Such As
Copper Pipes, Chimneys and Britches.

Bells, Brass Cocks, &c.,
Made to order.

They have also established a
Manufactory
For Making
Sheet Lead and Lead Pipe,
On Factory Alley, between Pine and Olive Streets.

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JacobBlattner, ,
Mathematical, Optical And Philosophical
Instrument Maker ,
Second, between Olive & Pine Sts.streets , St. Louis.

Has constantly on hand a large assortment of
Levelling Instruments, Surveying Compasses & Chains
Mathematical Instruments,
Spy Glasses, Barometers,
Thermometers,
Spectacles, &c.

Instruments
In the above branches will be altered or repaired
in the best manner.

All Instruments Manufactured By Him Will Be
Warranted Correct.

J. Goodell & Co.company
Dealers in
Fancy And Staple
Dry Goods,
Italian, French And India
Silk Goods,
No. 34, Market Street,
St. Louis.

JohnGoodell, ,
JamesPorter, ,
Silas C.Booth, .

Ribbons, Laces, Gloves, Embroidery, Filet Shawls,
Fancy Hdkfs., French Prints, Thread Lace, Rich
Colored Silks, Plaid Cravats, Challies, Mous-
selin de Lains, Fig'd Satins, Crapes, Silk
Hose, Filet Veils, Sinchews, &c.

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Hay, Agens & Co.company

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Wholesale & Retail Dealers In
Hats and Caps
Furs, &c.
No. 104,
North Main Street.

Gist & M'Kay ,
Wholesale
Dry Goods,
No. 114, Main Street,
Saint Louis.

N.B. A constant supply of Pittsburgh Cotton Yarn.

P.Salisbury, ,
Wholesale And Retail
Dealer In
Boots & Shoes,
No. 6, North Main-st.street
Saint Louis.

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Chouteau & Valle ,
Importers,
Wholesale Grocers,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants ,
No. 52, Water Street,
Saint Louis.

Davis, Tilden & Richards ,
Dry Goods,
Groceries, &c.
7 & 9, Market Street,
(Opposite the Market,)
Saint Louis.

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J.B. Sickles & Co.company
Manufacturers Of Saddlery,
And Importers Of
Saddlery-Hardware,
No. 140, Main Street, St. Louis,
Opposite The Bank Of Missouri.

They have constantly on hand, an extensive assortment of Saddles,
Bridles, Martingales, Harness, Trunks, Valises, Carpet-bags,
Bits, Stirrups, Harness Furniture, Leather, Webb, &c.

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Jos.Charless, . Henry T.Blow, .

Joseph Charless & Co.company
Main Pine Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

Wholesale Dealers In
Drugs, Paints
Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Medicines,
Surgical Instuments, Perfumery, Window Glass
And
Druggists' Ware,
Varnishes,
Writing & Wrapping Paper,
Quills, Ink, Etc.

Agents for Shriver, Motter and Campbell's superior
Crown Glass,
And Manufacturers Of
White Lead,
Red Lead And Lytharge,
Cold Pressed
Castor Oil,
Varnishes, Paints, &c. &c.

Terms fair to punctual men, and Goods low for
Cash,
Or City Acceptances.

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EmanuelCanter, ,
No. 160,
North Main Street,
Where will always be found,
Choice Groceries,
And
Pure Liquors,
Together with an extensive assortment of
Crockery, Glass, China, &c.
At
Wholesale And Retail,
On the most liberal terms.

John G.Shelton, ,
Draper And Tailor ,
33, Locust,
Between First And Second Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

Where At All Times May Be Found,
A Superior And Extensive Assortment,
Of
West Of England Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vestings, &c. &c.

Which will be made up to order in a
Fashionable And Correct Style,
At short notice, and terms reasonable.

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H.N. Davis & Co.company
Forwarding & Commission
Merchants,
Wholesale Grocers,
And Dealers In Produce,
Saint Louis.

John D.Davis, ,
Wholesale Grocer,
Forwarding & Commission
Merchant ,
Pittsburgh, Pa.

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P. Wonderly & Co.company ,
Copper And Sheet Iron Workers ,
No. 9, Locust Street,
St. Louis.

Copper Pumps, tinned in and out, and Still, Brewing
and Hatters' Kettles manufactured to order.

☞ Particular attention paid to Steam Boat Work.

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Wm.William J.Pigott, . Ww. H.Anderson, .

Pigott & Anderson ,
Wholesale And Retail
Druggists And Apothecaries ,
No. 14, Market Street,
Saint Louis.

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Keep constantly on hand a complete stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Surgical Instruments
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Perfumerv,
Oils, Varnishes, Paints, Dye-Stuffs,
Druggists' Furniture, Vials, Corks, Window Glass, Putty, Painters'
Brushes, Artists' Pencils, Printing and Job Ink, do. fine assorted colors,
Gold, Silver and Copper Bronze, assorted colors; Thermometers, Hy-
drometers, Patent Medicines, &c., which, they will sell for cash, or to
punctual men on liberal terms.

Wolff & Hoppe ,
17, Market Street,
Saint Louis, Mo.Missouri

Direct importers of
German & Fancy Goods,
Such as
Hosiery, Laces, Fringes, Tapes, Bind-
Ings and Trimmings, Silk Cravats,
Handkerchiefs and Ribbons.

Also—Dealers In
Combs, Looking Glasses, Cutlery, Perfumery,
Brushes, Toys, Dolls,
And Fancy Goods Generally.

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F. W.Southack, ,
[18] No. 18, [18]
Main Street,
Importer And Dealer In
China, Glass
And
Queensware,
Wholesale And Retail.

Families, Hotels, Steamboats
And
Boarding Houses
Supplied on the most favorable terms.

Ware Carefully Packed And Delivered At Any
Part Of The City, Free Of Expense.

Ernest C.Angelrodt, . EdwardEggers, . RobertBarth, .

Angelrodt, Eggers & Barth ,
No. 165,
Main Street,
Saint Louis, Mo.Missouri

Importers And Dealers In
Groceries, Liquors, Wines,
And
Segars,
And
Commission & Forwarding
Merchants .

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W. H.M^Kinstry, ,
Fashionable Hat And Cap Manufacturer ,
No. 13, Market Street,
Keeps constantly on hand a large and elegant assortment of
Hats And Caps,
Of the very latest Eastern Styles, comprising all the kinds worn by gen-
tlemen of fashion. He also keeps a large stock of Hats and Caps suitable
for the wholesale trade, which he will sell very low for cash.

M.Brown, ,
Cheap Cash Clothing Store,
No. 52, Main Street,
Second Store above Pine Street,
Saint Louis.

A complete and general assortment of
Ready Made Clothing
Always on hand, which is mannfactured in a fashionable and superior
manner, by a
Wholesale Clothing House
In the city of New York, with which he is connected, and will be sold
at a small advance on the New York cost.

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Academy And High School
For
Young Ladies ,
South Fifth street, near the corner of Market,
St. Louis,
By Mr.P.Mauro, and the Misses Mauro, .

Colburn & Coolidge ,
Wholesale Dealers in
Wooden Ware And Chairs,
Brushes, Matches And Brooms,
No. 13, Water Street,
St. Louis.

Jones, Bacon & Co.company
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines, Oils,
Paints & Dye-Stuffs, Glass & Glassware,
And Manufacturers Of
White Lead,
St. Louis.

Thos.Jones, .
Sherman J.Bacon, .
Sam'L. T.Hyde, .

Drs. Mullowny & House ,
Office 41, North Third Street,
Between Olive and Pine,
St. Louis.

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John C.Shepherd, ,
No. 184, Main Street,
Between the Union and Missouri Hotels,
St. Louis,
Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of
Saddlery,
Which will be sold at as low prices as any other shop in this city.
Harness, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Valices, Halters, Circingles, Girtles, Col-
lars, Hames, Whips, &c. always on hand.

AlbertTodd, . John M.Kbum, .

Todd & Krum ,
Attornevs At Law ,
Office, No. 41, Pine Street,
Saint Louis.

E. B.Bateman, ,
Wholesale And Retail
Druccist ,
No. 3, Water Street,
Three Doors Above The Market, Opposite the Ferry Landing,
Keeps constantly on hand a complete assortment of
Fresh Drugs,
Medicines And Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Window Glass,
Glassware, Etc.

To which the attention of the
City And Country Trade
Is Respectfully Invited.

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Beasley & Johnson ,
Tobacco,
Commission of Forwarding Colloerchants ,
No. 12, Front Street,
St. Louis.

Edwin C.Beasley, ,
Ashton P.Johnson, ,

J. MBullard, ,
Dealer In
Drugs, Medicines,
Surgical Instruments,
Fancy articles, and Perfumery of every description,
Planters' House, Fourth Street,
Saint Louis.

Physiciians' Prescriptions will be attended to with care at all hours.

E. Vaudry Deroin & Co.company
Wholesale And Retail Dealers In
Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Varnishes,
Glass, &c. &c.
No. 46, North First Street.

Thos.Lawson, ,
Prune, between Second and Third,
Sheet Lead And Lead Pipe Factory,
Plumber & Hydrant Maker,
N.B. Hatters' Kettles and every variety of Lead Ware
manufactured to order, at the shortest notice.

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Carstens & Schuetze ,
No. 163, main Street,
St. Louis.

Importers
And Wholesale Dealers In
Drugs, Medicines,
Essential Oils, Herbs, Extracts,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Window & Apothecary Glass, &c.

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They will keep constantly on hand, an extensive assortment of
Chemical Preparations,
From the most celebrated Chemists in London and Paris.

Seidlitz and Soda Powders prepared by them and warranted of
superior quality.

Geo.Wilson, ,
[Late of the firm of H.L. Hoffman & Co.company ]
Wholesale And Retail Dealer In
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs.

Perfumery, Window Glass,
And Surgeons' Instruments,
No. 5, Main Street, St. Louis.

R. R.Field, ,
Dealer In
Cloths, Cassimers, Vestings,
And
Tailor'S Trimmings,
No. 153, Main-st.street , corner of Laurel,
Saint Louis.

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J. Goodell & Co.company
Manufactures And Wholesale
Dealers In
Parasols And Umbrellas,
No. 34, Market Street,
Saint Louis.

Dr.W. B.Gildea, ,
Surgeon Dentist ,
No. 27,
Chesnut Street,
Nearly Opposite the Post Office.
Saint Louis.

JosephChauvin, . Andrew H.Maxfield, .

Chauvin & Maxfield ,
House, Sign And Ornamental
Painters ,
No. 16, North Third Street,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

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Smith'S Garden.

Fruit Trees, Flowers & Shrubbery,
Ornamental Trees
And
Green-House Plants,
Strawberries, &c.

Double Dahlias,
Of upwards of a hundred varieties, of the choicest colors, and
every thing in the
Florist And Fruit Line.

Gentlemen's Gardens laid off in the most tasteful manner, and planted
with Shrubbery, Flowers, &c., by the subscriber,
JamesSmith, ,
Park Avenue, Morton's Addition.

Chas. H.Ruggles, . CbomwellChace, .

Ruggles & Chace ,
Commission and Forwarding
Merchants,
And
Wholesale Dealers In Staple Dry Goods,
No. 55, Main Street,
St. Louis.

C.Garvey, ,
Justice Of The Peace,
And
Notary Public ,
Remits money, in small or large sums, to all parts of
Ireland, England and Scotland, with punctuality.

Office, No. 39, Laurel Street.

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John L.Blaine, . W. M.Tompkins, . Wm.William D.Barret, .

Blaine, Tompkins & Barret ,
Wholesale Grocrs,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants
And Dealers In Produce,
No. 25, Water Street, St. Louis.

Especial attention paid to sales of Tobacco, Bale Rope and Bag-
ging, Sugar, Molasses and Coffee.

JohnHelgenberg, ,
Manufacturer Of
Military Goods,
And all objects in the above line, in the last fashions, as
Fringes, Tassels, Cords, Buttons, &c.

Corner Of Third And Myrtle Streets,
Saint Louis.

Geo.Woll,
Looking Glass & Picture Frame
Maker,
Printesller , &c. &c.
71 Market Ststreet , St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

N.B. Maps & Drawinas mounted & uarnished
Old Frames righilt, Pictures cleaned & repaired

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H. L.Hoffman, ,
Wholesale & Retail
Dealer In
Drugs, Medicine, Dye-Stuffs,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Brushes,
Perfumery, &c. &c.

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No 3, North Main Street, St. Louis.
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RobertCampbell, ,
Engraver on Wood,
No. 71, Market Street,
(Mr. Wool'S Picture Store,)
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

John F.Thornton, ,
Architectural, And Ornamental
Carver ,
Corner of Fourth and Walnut Streets,
St. Louis.

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G. F.Filley, ,
Importer and Wholesale
Dealer In
Queensware, Class & China,
No. 145, Main Street,
St. Louis.

F. W.Beltzhoover, . Wm.WilliamRobb, .

Beltzhoover & Robb ,

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Hat & Cap
Manufacturers ,
[missing figure]

No. 86, North Main Street,
Saint Louis, Mo.Missouri

N.B. Hats and Caps made to order.

Edwards & Francis ,

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Apothecaries
And
Druggists ,
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Corner Of Third And Green Streets,
Saind Louis.

Every Article Pertaining To Their Business Se-
Lected With The Greatest Care, And Warranted
Pure.

Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes, accurately
dispensed.

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Cheap For Cash
At 26, Pine St.

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New And Second Hand
Household and Kitchen
Furniture,
Of All Kinds.

Chairs and Furniture made to order. Old Furniture bought
repaired or re-varnished.

W. C.Corley, .

R. I.Curle, . H. L.Bateman, .

Curle & Bateman ,
General Agents ,
No. 31, Locust Street,
St. Louis.

Will attend to the purchase and sale of Real Estate and Personal
Property of every description.

Also, Collecting Rents, Leasing Property, Hiring Servants, &c.

A. Miller & Co.company
Wholesale Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs,
Varnishes and Window Glass,
No. 94, Main street, St. Louis.

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Chas. F. Hendry & Co.company

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No. 32,
South-west corner of Market and Second Streets, Up Stairs.

Wholesale Dealers And Importers Of
Saddler Y - Hardware,
Shoemakers' Tools and Findings,
And Finished Leather Of Every Description,
Consisting of
Sole Leather, first, second and third qualities; Calf Skins, first, second
and third qualities; Harness Leather, Bridle Leather, Skirting Leather,
Band Leather, Welt Leather; Bag Hides, Lining Hides, Japaned Hides,
Chaise Hides; Buck Skins, Morocco Skins, Lining Skins, Binding Skins,
Sheep Skins, Hog Skins; together with a general assortment of
Shoemakers' Tools, Lasts, Boot Trees & Findings, &c.

Extensive Assortments Of The Above Articles
Constantly Kept, And Orders Filled Upon
Moderate Terms.

White & Smith ,
Importers,
Wholesale Crocers,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
And Steam Boat Agents ,
No. 53, Water Street,
Saint Louis.

A Gard.

B. B.Brown, M.D.
Dentist ,
No. 27, Chesnut St.
Between First and Second Streets, north side.

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S.O. & N. Coleman ,
Turners In Wood,
And
Pump, Box And Block Makers,
At Cincinnati prices,
On Centre Alley,
Between Olive And Locust And Main And
Second Streets,
Saint Louis.

Keep a general assortment of
Bed Posts, Ten Pin Balls
And
Hatters' Finishing Blocks

EdwardMead, ,
Successor To Mead & Adriance ,
Wholesale And Retail
Dealer In
Watches, Clocks.
Jewelry,
Fine Pocket And Table Cutlery,
Plated And Britannia Ware,
Military And Fancy Goods,
And manufacturer of
Silver Ware,
No. 48, Main, Corner Of Pine Street,
Saint Louis.

Particular attention paid to the repairing of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry.

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J. & W. Vandeventer ,
Wholesale And Retail
Clothing,
And Wholesale
Dry Goods,
No. 156,
Corner of Main and Laurel Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

EdwinAdriance, ,
No. 32,
Main Street, Saint Louis,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Clocks, Watches,
Jewelry, Cutlery,
Silver, Plated & Britannia Ware;
Pistols,
Fancy Goods, Watch Tools
And
Materials.
Clocks And Watches
Repaired And Warranted.

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F.Dings, ,
Manufactures
And keeps constantly on hand
An Extensive Assortment Of
Brushes,
Of various sizes and patterns,
Made To Order,
Second Street,
Between Pine And Olive Sts.streets ,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

R.B. & G.W. Goodwin ,
Drapers And Tailors ,
No. 41,
Market Street,
Opposite Concert Hall,
Have constantly on hand a full assortment of superfine
Broadcloths,
Cassimeres And Vestings,
Which they are prepared to
Manufacture
At short notice, in the most
Fashionable Manner.

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To the Afflicted!

Doct.James M.Martien'S,
Invincible Remedy
For the Treatment and Cure of
Fevers,
Antibilious Universal Life Pills,
Anti-Dispeptic
And Anti-Consumptive Pills,
And His Never-Failing
Worm Destroying
Medicine.

At the urgent solicitation of his numerous friends, Doctor M. has
been induced to offer the above Medicines to the public, he having
been engaged for the last sixteen years in bringing them to a state of
perfection, and can now confidently recommend them to the notice of
his fellow citizens. Kept constantly for sale, either wholesale or
retail, by
H. L.Hoffman, ,
No. 3, North Main-st.street

Thomas S.Nelson, ,
Attorney And Counsellor At Law ,
No. 30, Pine Street,
Between Main & Second Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri

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Wm.William A.Lynch, ,
Cabinet Maker,
And Undertaker ,
No. 104, Third Street,
(Opposite City Hotel,)
St. Louis.

Constantly on hand a general assortment of
Furniture, Chairs, Mattresses and bedding, Sacking bottoms,
Mahogany Plank, Boards, Veneers, Hair Cloth and Curled
Hair, Ready-made Coffins and Shrouds.

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Welsh & Wilgus ,
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
Copper, Tin
And Sheet Iron Ware,
Corner of Second and Spruce Streets,
St. Louis.

Particular Attention Paid To Gut-
Tering And Jobing Of All Kinds.

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Chamber Of Commerce.

WaymanCrow, , President .

Geo. K.M'Gunnegle, , Vice President .

F. L.Ridgely, , Secretary and Treasurer .

Tariff Of Charges, &c.
Commissions.

Per Cent.
On sales of Merchandise or Produce, 5
On Sales of Lead,
Guarantee of Sales, on time,
For purchasing and Shipping Merchandise or Produce, with Funds
in hand, on the aggregate cost and charges,
For accepting Drafts or endorsing Notes or Bills of Exchange,
without Funds, Produce or Bills of Lading in hand,
For Cash advances, in all cases, even with Produce or Bills of
Lading, (and interest from date,)
For Shipping to another market, Produce or Merchandise, upon
which Advances have been made,
For negotiating Drafts or notes, as Drawer or Endorser,
On Sale or purchase of Stocks, 1
On Sale or purchase of Boats, without guarantee,
For procuring Freights, on the amount of freight, 5
" chartering boats,
" collecting freights or accounts,
" collecting delayed and litigated accounts, 5
" Collecting dividends on stocks, ½
" adjusting insurance losses,
" receiving and remitting moneys from which no other remu-
neration is derived,
1
" effecting insurance, when the premium amounts to forty dol-
lars, or less,
$2 00
" effecting insurance, when the premium exceeds forty dollars
on the amount of premium,
5
On outfits and disbursements,

☞The above commissions to be exclusive of storage, brokerage,
and every other charge actually incurred.

The risk of loss by fire, unless insurance be ordered, and of robbery,
theft, and other unavoidable occurrences, if the usual care be taken to
secure the property, is, in all cases, to be borne by the proprietors of the
goods.

Interest to be charged, at the rate of ten per cent. per annum, on all
debts after maturity, until paid.

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Rates for receiving and forwarding Goods, exclusive of charges
actually incurred.
Sugar, per hhd. 50
Tobacco, per hhd. 50
Pork, Beef and Whiskey, in bbls.,
per bbl.
10
Flour, Beans, Wheat, Beeswax, &c.
per bbl.
Corn, Wheat, Salt, &c., per sack, 4
Lead, per pig, 2
Merchandise, ass'd., per 100 lbs. 10
Lard, per keg, 4
Gunpowder, per keg, 25
Carriages, each, $5 00
Gigs, 3 00
All other articles in proportion.

Rates Of Storage.

Per Month.
Each hogshead Tobacco, $00 50
" Sugar, 50
" Molasses, 75
" Bacon, 37½
Each pine or hhd. liquor, 50
Each hogshead Oil, 50
Each tierce Oil, 37½
Each " Rice or Flaxseed, 25
Each bbl. Salt, 8
Each bbl. Oil, Molasses, of For-
eign Liquors,
12½
Each bbl. Whiskey, Cider, Su-
gar, Fish, Lard, Pork or Beef,
10
Each bbl. Flour, Apples, Bread
and Beans,
Each 100 lbs Bacon, in boxes, 8
Each keg of Lard, 3
Each box Scap or Candles, 3
Each box Wine,
Each box Raisins or drum Figs, 3
Each bos Window Glass, 5
Each hlf box do 3
Each 100 lbs. Hempen Yarn, 5
" " Hemp, in bales,
" " Bales Rope, 5
Each piece of Bagging, 50 yds.
or less, (longer in proportion,)
5
Per Month.
Each 100 lbs. Cordage, (tarred
or white,)
5
Each 100 pounds Salted Hides,
" " Dried Do., 10
Each crate and cask Queens-
ware, (small size,)
25
Each crate and cask Queens-
ware, (large size,)
37½
Each bag Coffee, Pepper and
Pimento,
10
Each 100 pounds Iron, Steel,
Lead and Shot,
5
Each 100 pounds manufactured
Tobacco,
Each 100 pounds, Dry Goods, or
other Merchandize in assorted
lots,
10
Each bag Salt, (large size,) 10
" " " (small size,)
Each keg white lead, 2
" " Nails, 5
" ton Dye-wood, $1 00
" hamper bottles, 18¾
Each ream writing and wrap-
ping Paper,
1
Each cask Cheese, 8
Each 100 pounds Tea, 10
Other articles in proportion.

For the second and succeeding months, one-half of the above Rates to
be charged. The Rule, under the head "Commissions," respecting fire,
robbery, theft, &c., to apply, also, in the case of Storage.

Agency For Steamboats.

Per Trip.
Under 150 tons, $10 00
Over 150 tons, and less than 300 tons, 20 00
Over 300 tons, and less than 400 tons, 25 00
Over 400 tons, and upwards, 30 00

Bank Of The State Of Missouri At St. Louis.

JohnSmith, , President . HenryShurlds, , Cashier .

Branches at Fayette, Howard County, and Palmyra, Marion County.

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Insurance Companies.
St. Louis Floating Dock And Insurance Company.

JohnSinionds, , President . F. L.Ridgely, , Secretary .

Citizens' Insurance Company.

H. L.Hoffman, , President . Wm.WilliamRenshaw, , Secretary .

Missouri Insurance Company Of St. Louis.

WilliamGlasgow, , PresidJent . JohnFord, , Secretary .

Marine Insurance Company Of St. Louis.

WaymanCrow, , President . D.Hough, , Secretary .

St. Louis Perpetual Insurance Company.

J. B.Camden, , Pres't. , J. SmithHomans, Cash'r , Wm.William C.Kennett, , Sec'ysecretary .

St. Louis Gas Light Company.

EdwardTracy, , President . A.Chadwick, , Secretary .

Missouri Mutual Insurance Company Of St. Louis.

H. S.Coxe, , President . T. O.Duncan, , Secretary .

Union Insurance Company.

TheodoreMcGill, , President . John G.Stevenson, , Secretary .

St. Louis Insurance Company,

G. K.McGunnegle, , President . RobertCollet, , Secretary .

City Officers.

Geo.Maguire, , Mayor .

ArchibaldCarr, , Recorder .

Jos. A.Wherry, , Register .

Richard B.Dallam, , Auditor .

Robt.Simpson, , Comptroller .

Wm.WilliamRenshaw, , Treasurer .

JamesDaugherty, , City Attorney .

HenryKayser, , Engineer .

PeterBrooks, , Sup.W. Works ,

Jno.Ross, , R'e'v'rW.W. Rev'nue

James I.Reily, , Street Com'iss'r .

JohnAtkinson, , City Marshal .

JohnMcCausland, , Assessor .

Aug.Kennerly, , Collector .

Geo. B.Brua, , Capt.captain City Guards .

SimeonStevens, , 1st Lieutenant .

Jos. C.Morrison, , 2nd Lieut.lieutenant

PeterThomas, , 3rd Lieutenant .

28 Privates City Guards.

Jno.Cowie, , W'h'rFrt-st.street Scales .

Jno.Lee, , Weigher North Scales .

Edw.Har n, , Weigher South Scales .

Dr.J. N.McDowell, , Health officer .

JacobFeickert, , Inspector flour .

J. L.Thorp, , Inspector beef & pork .

John H.Corl, , Inspector liquors .

Alex. F.Parmlce, , Inspector of
Weights and Measures .

J. H.Ferguson, , H'b'r. & L. Master .

B. S.Hollingsworth, , Market Clerk .

S.Daniels, , Sup. Work House .

Board Of Aldermen.

Wm.William B.Wood, , 1st. Ward.

James C.Lynch, , 1st. Ward.

EdwardBrooks, , 3rd. Ward.

A. L.Mills, , Pres't , 3rd. Ward.

James G.Barry, , 2nd. Ward.

NathanRanney, , 2rd. Ward.

J. B.Crockett, , 4th. Ward.

A. E.Orme, , 4th. Ward.

John M.Wimer, , 5th. Ward.

SamuelGaty, , 5th. Ward.

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Board Of Delegates.

1st Ward.
Daniel H.Donovan, ,
Henry C.Lynch, ,
ThomasDenny, .

2nd Ward.
EllisWainright, ,
HiramShaw, ,
Ezra O.English, .

3rd Ward.
Geo. K.M'Gunnegle, ,
FrancisJones, ,
Wm.William HJones, .

4th Ward.
Louis A.LaBeaume, ,
Vital M.Garesche, ,
JohnWood, .

5th Ward.
Able R.Corbin, ,
Charles R.Anderson, ,
Thos. O.Duncan, , Chairman .

Township Officers.

Lamesgordon, , Constables St. Louis Township.

LouisDuBreuil, , Constables St. Louis Township.

Justices Of The Peace.

1st Ward.
MosesTaylor, ,
PeterCruess, ,

2nd Ward.
JohnBlack, ,
Fred.Kretchmar, ,

3rd Ward.
FremonDeBouffay, ,
AlphonsoWetmore, .

4th Ward.
Louis T.Labeaume, ,
PatrickWalsh, ,

5th Ward.
George A.Hyde, ,
ChristopherGarvey, ,
Isaac B.Thomas, , Township.

Courts.
Circuit Court.

B.Mullanphy, , Judge . JohnRuland, , Clerk .

Terms—First Mondays in March, July and November.

Court Of Common Pleas.

P. H.Engle, , Judge . Joseph W.Walsh, , Clerk .

Terms—First Mondays in February, May, August and November.

Criminal Court.

James B.Bowlin, , Judge . Julius D.Johnston, , Clerk .

Terms—First Mondays in January, March, June, September & November.

Justices Of The County Court.

HenryWalton, ,
HenryMcCullough, ,
Joseph LeBlond, ,
SamuelConway, ,
John K.Walker, ,
James J.Purdy, .

Julius DeMun, , Clerk .

Terms—First Mondays in March, June, September and December.

Probate Court.

PeterFerguson, , Judge .

Terms—First Mondays in March, June, September and December.

MarshallBrotherton, , Sheriff ; George H.Kennedy, , County Marshal ;
JosephPatterson, and ThomasR.Axtell, , Assessors ; JohnSparks, , Collector ;
George C.Melody, , Jailor county jail .

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U.S. Officers.

JohnCatron, , Judge Circuit Court ; Robt. W.Wells, , District Judge ;
MontgomeryBlair, , District Attorney ; Wm.William H.Russell, , Marshall ; Joseph
Gamble, , Clerk ; Elliott R.Hopkins, , Surveyor and Inspector of the port of
St. Louis.

State Officers.

ThomasReynolds, , Governor . M. M.Marmaduke, , Lt.lieutenant Governor .

James L.Minor, , Sec'ysecretary of State . Hiram H.Baber, , Auditor Pub.public Acc'ts.

AbrahamMcClellan, , Tseasurer . JohnHeard, , Register .

Fire Department.
Central Fire Company.

Instituted 1832—Incorporated 1836. Officers for 1842.

EdwardBrooks, , Captain ; GeorgeTrask, , Lieutenant ; D. H.Parker, ,
Foreman . AsaWilgus, , B. M.Backensto, , Engineers ; R. L.Anderson, , Wm.William
F.Ferguson, , Jno.Hunter, , Jno.Baxter, , Directors ; Jos. W.Dougherty, , Sec.secretary

Union Fire Company.

PatrickGorman, , President .

Aug.Guelberth, , Treasurer .

Francis A.Mooney, , 1st Engineer .

JamesHutchison, , sup. of hose .

Wm.WilliamGrumley, , 2nd Director .

Samuel C.Walton, , V. President .

JamesFortune, , Secretary .

JohnDemine, , 2nd Engineer .

Joseph D.Reece, , 1st Director .

Geo. W.Atchison, , 3d Director .

Wm.William R.Bostick, , 4th Director .

Washington Fire Company.

Incorporated Dec. 1838.

B. W.Ayres, , President ; HiramShaw, , Vice President ; IsaacMcHose, , Capt.captain ;
JohnScott, , Lieutenant ; F. O.English, , Sec'ysecretary ; JohnKern, , D.Colver, , Eng'rs.

St. Louis Fire Company.

Incorporated 1840.

Jos.Soufhack, , President .

Chas. E.Allen, , Secretary .

EdwardHolden, , foreman of hose .

Jos.McNeil, , V. President .

SamuelTurner, , Treasurer .

HarrisonKimball, , assistant do.

Missouri Fire Company.—Incorporated January 29, 1841.

NathanColeman, , President ; Rufus S.King, , Vice President ; Isaac S.
Smyth, , Secretary ; Wm.William A.Lynch, , Treasurer ; J. R.Snyder, , L. D.Baker, ,
Engineers ; Thomas B.Targee, , John T.Martin, , EdwinAdrjance, , R.
Beauvais, , Directors ; N. A.Watson, , Collector ; Isaac S.Smyth, , Edwin
Adriance, , J. B.Gibson, , Standing Committee .

Liberty Fire Company.—Instituted 1841.

John M.Wimer, , President ; PeterBrooks, , Vice President ; Thomas O.
Duncan, , Secretary ; John F.Darby, , Treasurer ; John G.Wood, , Richard
J.Howard, , JohnEvil, , GilbertDeacan, , Directors ; DavisMoore, , Chief
Engineer ; A. W.Foster, , J. R.Howard, , Assistant Engineers .

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Neptune Fire Company.

Francis A.Mooney, , Captain .

J. H.M'Vicker, , Sec'ysecretary & Treas'r'r .

Charles T.Wilgus, , 2nd Engineer .

N. J.Roff, , 2nd Director .

J.Rudolph, , 4th Director .

Wm.William Jas.Hammond, , Licutenant .

JohnWarren, , 1st Engineer .

LewisGraham, , 1st Director .

E. C.Miller, , 3rd Director .

M.Mooney, , Captain of Hose .

O. W.Child, , Collector .

Volunteer Companies.
St. Louis Grays.

A. R.Easton, , Captain ; Jos. W.Dougherty, , First Lieutcnant ; A. R.
Chouteau, , Ensign ; Jos. H.Conn, , Color Bearer ; S. O.Coleman, , First Ser-
gant ; Geo. W.West, , Second Sergeant ; D. A.McLachlan, , 3d do. ; Ellis
Wainright, , 4th do.

Boone Infantry.

A.Riddle, , Captain ; R. M.Parks, , first Lieutenant ; J. C.Smith, , second Lien-
tenent ; J. F.Thornton, , third Lieutenant ; JohnKnapp, , firnt Sergeant ; A.Hare, ,
second Sergeant ; J. B.McDowell, , third Sergeant ; E.Boyd, , fourth Sergeant ; G.
W.Dayis, , fifth Sergeant .

Native American Rangers.

—, Captain ; William S.Stewart, , first Lieutenant ; AlbertTodd, , second
Lieutenant ; P.Salisbury, , third Lieutenant ; DavidK.Hunter, , Ensign ; J. D.Mc-, , first Sergeant .

Churches.
Names Of Pastors, &c.

Catholic Cathedral , Walnut, bbetween Sec'd and Third—BishopKenrirk, .

University Chapel , corner Washington Avenue and 10 h—Professors .

Christ Church , cor.corner Fifth and Chesnut—Rev.reverend F. F.Peake, .

St. Johns, Washington Engine House —Rev.reverend W.Griswold, .

St. Pauls , corner Fifth and Wash streets—Rev.reverend P. GMinard, .

First Presbyterian , corner Fourth and St. Charles—Rev.reverend ABullard, .

Second Presbyterian , corner Fifth and Walnut—W. S.Pot's,

Methodist Episcrpal , corner Fourth and Washington Arenue—W.Patton, .

Associate Reformed Presbyterian , cor.corner Fifth and Locust—J. F.Sawyer, .

Unitarian , cor.corner Fourth and Pine—W. G.Elliot, .

Biptist , corner Third and Chesnut—I. T.Hint, .

Universalist Church, Concert Hall —N. M.Gaylord, .

M.E. Centenary Church , cor.corner Fifth and Pine.

German Evangelical Church , corner Saventh and Clark.

African Methodist Church , near corner of Green an 7th—JohnAnderson, .

African Baptist Church , South Fifth street—J. BerryMeachum, .

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Colleges, Academies, &c.
Board Of Trustees St. Louis University.

Rev.reverend P. J.Verhagen, , President ; Rev.reverend J.Vandevelde, , V. President ;
Rev.reverend G. A.Carrell, , Secretary ; Rev.reverend P.Verheyden, , Treasurer ; Rev.reverend Messrs.
J.Emis, , Mignard, , O.Loghlin, , Druyts, .

Officers of the University.

Rev.reverend J.Vandevelde, , President ; Rev.reverend Geo. A.Carrell, , Vice President ;
Rev.reverend J. B.Emis, , Prefect of Studies ; Rev.reverend J. B.Druyts, , Librarian ; Rev.reverend A.
Maesseele, , Procurator ; E.Vitalis, M.D., and ThomasMcMartin, M.D.,
attending physicians .

Academy Of The Sacred Heart.

Madam Elenor M.Gray, , Superior . Lady Assistants, 24; Boarders, 45;
Day Scholars, 23; Orphans educated and supported in the establishment, 26.

Medical Society Of Missouri.

MeredithMartin, M.D., President ; ThomasReyburn, M.D., Vice-Presid't ;
R. P.Simmons, M.D., Treasurer ; JamesSykes, M.D., Corresponding Sec'ysecretary ;
John B.Gray, M.D., Recording Sec'ysecretary .

Western Academy Of Natural Sciences.

B. B.Brown, M.D., D.D.S.President ; Geo.Engelmann, M.D., Vice
President ; M. P.Leduc, , Treasurer ; Wm.WilliamWeber, , Recording Secretary .

Chairmen of Departments—Dr.B. B.Brown, , Zoology; G.Schuelze, ,
Botany; Dr.Wislizenus, , Natural Philosophy and Meteorology; Dr.Geo.
Engelmann, , Chemistry and Minerology; Dr.HenryKing, , Geology.

The hall of the Academy is upon the north east corner of Fourth and
Chesnut streets, up stairs; entrance on Chesnut street.

St. Louis German Academy.

Incorporated by an act of the General Assembly, approved Feb. 13th, 1839.

School on Myrtle between Third and Fourth-sts.streets Property $2000.

Board of Trustees for the year 1842.

Dr.EdwardRose, , Chairman ; Dr.EugeneHeldritt, , Cashier ; Philip
Ewald, , JohnWeinheimer, , John C.Miller, , HenryBloome, , MathiasSteitz, ,
Trustees ; Wm.WilliamWeber, , Secretary ; Julius G.Weyse, , Professor .

Medical Department Of Kemper College.

J. NMcDowell, M.D., Professor of Anatomy nnd Surgery, Dean of the Fa-
culty; W. CarrLine, M.D., Prof, of Obstetrics and diseases of women and chil-
dren; John DeWolf, M.D., Prof. of Chemistry; E. H.Merryman, M.D., Pro.
of Materia Medica; R. F.Barrett, M.D., Prof. of Physiology and Padiology; J.
S.Moore, M.D., Prof. of Theory and Practice; S. GratzMoses, M.D., Adj.Pro.
of Obst. and Diseases of women and children.

This institution holds its sessions in the winter season, four months each,—Price of course $100.

Medical College Of The St. Louis University,

Located on Washington Avenue between Ninth and Tenth Streets.

Organized in 1836; re-organized, 1841. A summer course of lectures in

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this institution, commenced on the 24th of March, and will terminate on
the last of June, The regular winter course will commence about the
first of November.

St. Louis Dispensary.

At the northwest corner of Pine and Fourth Streets.

Open every day (Sundays excepted) between the hours of half past 2
and 4 P.M.Consulting Physicians —Wm.WilliamBeaumont, M.D., Hardage
Lane, M.D.Attending Physicians —S. GratzMoses, M.D., Wm.William M.Mc-, M.D., Charles A.Pope, M.D., John B.Johnson, M.D., J. J.
Clark, M.D., Geo.Johnson, M.D.

Societies.
St. Louis Lyceum—Incorporated, A.D.1839.

Dr.Thomas J.White, , President ; Charles C.Carroll, , John M.Eager, ,
Vice Presidents ; TruemanHoyt, , Recording Secretary ; B. B.Dayton, , Cor-
responding Secretary ; Nathan D.Allen, , Treasurer ; ChesterHarding, , Li-
brarian ; Wm.William M.McPherson, , John M.Krum, , John V.Eustace, , Benjamin
F.Thomas, , Henry L.Cobb, , Directors ; NathanielHolmes, , MannButler, ,
AlbertTodd, , Library Committee . The number of volumes in Library
of the Lyceum is thirty-four hundred. Elections held annually. Regu-
lar meetings on Monday evening of each week at the Lyceum Hall, cor-
ner of Third and Pine Streets. Lectures and public debates weekly dur-
ing winter.

Young Men'S Debating Society.

Founded May 7th, 1840.

John T.Pigott, , President ; Wm.William J.Hammond, , Vice President ; O. W.
Child, , Secretary ; ThomasB.Wade, Treasurer ; N. J.Roff, , Librarian ; Da-Caughlan, , Charles T.Wilgus, , and JosephChilds, , Directors .

Library numbers 1000 volumes. Meetings held Saturday evenings of
each week, at the Lyceum Hall corner of Third and Pine Streets.

St. Louis Franklin Institute.—Incorporated January 1841.

(Corner of Fifth street and Washington Avenne.)

ChirlesCarter, , President ; WesleyFallon, , Vice-Piesidcnt ; JohnW.Colvin, ,
Recording Sec'ysecretary ; J. B.Wall, , Corresponding Sec'ysecretary ; J. T.Stone, , Treasurer ; Al-Jones, , HiramMiller, , CharlesW.Gibson, , Directors .

St. Louis Hospital.

Superintended by twelve Sisters of Charity. Superior , Sister E. Re-
beccaDeLone, .

Male Orphan Asylum, Catholic.

Walnut, between First and Second, under the charge of five Sisters of
Charity. Sister Mary AngelaHughs, , Superior .

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Protestant Orphan Asylum.

Mrs.DanielHough, , First Directress ; Mrs.JosiahSpaulding, , Second
Directress ; Mrs.SamuelPerry, Treasurer ; Mrs.JohnSmith, , Secretary ;
Mrs.JudithLewis, , Matron .

St. Louis Catholic Male Orphan Association.

MichaelTesson, , President ; Col.P. M.Dillon, , Vice President ; Christo-Garrey, , Secretary ; JohnEnnis, , Treasurer .

Female Orphan Asylum, Catholic,

At the Convent of the Sacred Heart. Madame E. M.Gray, , Superior .

St. Louis Young Catholic Friend'S Society.

John P.McMeal, , President ; DennisGalvin, , Vice President ; JohnO'-, , Book-keeper ; MatthewMooney, , Recording Secretary ; Christopher
Garvey , Corresponding Secretary .

Hibernian Society.

JohnWalsh, , President ; JohnEnnis, , V. President ; Ringrose D.Watson, ,
Treasurer ; DennisGalvin, , Secretary , WilliamLawler, , Steward . 135
members; Society commenced 4th July, 1837; incorporated by legislature
of 1840 and '41.

St. Andrew'S Society Of St. Louis.

KennethMcKenzie, , President ; JamesMoffat, , WilliamStrachan, , Vice
Presidents ; AlexanderFerguson, , Treasurer ; Douglas E.Milne, , Secretary ;
Dr.AlexanderMarshall, , Physician . Board of Managers —DavidYeo-, , AlexanderRobertson, , James L.Brown, , SamuelMcLean, , George
Sutherland, , ArchibaldMcKenzie, .

Mechanic'S Institute.

In the basement story of the Unitarian Church , corner of Fourth and Pine sts.streets

M. LewisClark, , President ; Wm.William A.Lynch, , D. B.Hill, , Vice Presidents ; S.
W.Wilson, , Corresponding Secretary ; G. W.West, , Recording Secretary ; John
Ford, , Treasurer ; ThomasAndrews, , Auditor ; JohnMcNeil, , Actuary ; B.Phili-, , Wm.WilliamHouston, , Curators . Council—B.B.Brown, , D.Woodman, , R.Bayd, ,
G. W.Davis, , J. R.Hammond, , J. B.Gibson, , J. H.Fergnson, , D.Weston, , Sam'l.
Gaty, , James A.Hardy, .

Missouri Tract Society .—Mr.WyllysKing, , President .

Missouri Bible Society .—Mr.H. R.Gamble, , President .

Missouri Sunday School Union .—Mr.G. K.Budd, , President .

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Colonization Society.

Gen.Ranney, , President ; Rev.reverend I. T.Hinton, , JosephTabor, , and F. F.
Peake, , Vice Presidents ; Rev.reverend A.Bullard, , Secretary ; Charles C.Whittle-, , Treasurer .

St. Louis Total Abstinrnce Society.

WyllysKing, , President ; Thomas G.Settle, , G. K.Budd, , Rev.reverend ReedWil-, , Vice Presidents ; E. VanAlstine, , Secretary .

Washingtonian Temperance Society.

Geo. A.Hyde, , President ; Benj. F.M'Kenney, , Wm.William F.Chase, , Samuel
Fife, , V. Presidents ; Edw.Charelss, , Treasurer ; J. H.M'Millan, , Secretary .

Martha Washington Temperance Society.

Mrs.VespasianEllis, , 1st Directress ; MrsDr.E.Hale, , 2d Directress ; Mrs.
CharlesCollins, , 3d Directress ; Mrs.Bullard, , Secretary ; Mrs.WaymanCrow, ,
Treasurer .

St. Louis Sacred Music Society.

(Rehearsals every Tuesday evening at the Uuitarian Church)

N.Childs, . Jun, President ; M. V.Hall, , Vice-President ; E.Hayman, , Treas. ;
W.Claflin, , Secretary ; C.Webb, , Vecal Conductor ; C.Balmer, , Instrumental
Conductor .

Masonic.
Grand Council Of Missouri.

Com.JosophFoster, , TIG.M ; Alexander T.Douglass, , 2J officer ; Gilbert
Nurse, , 3d do ; JesseLittle, , 4th do. , EsremOwens, , JohnOssick, ,
EdwardKlein, , Richard H.Dallam, ; Sec'ysecretary ; HiramClrarnberlin, , G.C.

Missouri Royal Arch Chapter, No. I.

M.E.H.P.; E., JoabBarnard, , K.; E, L.Clark, ,
S.; C., JosephFoster, , C.H.; C, J.Little, , K.S.C; C, W. R.Singleton, ,
P.S.

Grand Lodge Of Missouri.

M.W., P. H.McBride, , G.M. ; W. JosephFoster, , S.G.W. ; W. H.
Bower, . J.G.W. ; W. C.Melody, , G. Treasurer ; W. B.Dal-, , G. Secretary ; W. r.Singleton, , S.D. ; W. H.Magohan, , J.D. ;
W. EsromOwens, , Tyler .

St. Louis Lodge No. 20.

Wm.William S.Stewart, , W.M. ; H. L.Clark, , S.W. ; JosephRowe, , J.W. ; Joab
Bernard, , Treasurer ; Richard B.Dallam, , Sec'y. ; EsromOwens, , Tyler .

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Naphtali Lodge No 25.

R. JosephFoster, , W.M. ; R. R.Singleton, , S.W. ; R. A.
Todd, , J.W. ; J. S.Allen, , Treasurer ; H. C.Marthens, , Secretary ; Samuel
Pottle, , S.D. ; Charles H.Pond, , J.D. ; JesseeLittle, and Wm.William A.Barnes, ,
Stewards ; E.Owens, , Tyfer .

Coleman Lodge.

R. P.Coleman, , W.M. ; J.Slygh, , S.W. ; E.Hall, , JW. ; E.Ho-, , Treas. ; J. R.Snyder, , Secretary ; IsaacHedges, , S.D. ; Bowes, , J.D.

Independent Order Of Odd Fellows.
Right Worthy Grand Lodge Of Missouri.

Benjamin F.McKenney, , M.W.G. Master ; LouisDuBrcuil, , R.W.D.
G. Master ; Henry M.Brown, , R.W.G. Warder ; Louis T.Labeaume, , R.
W.G. Secretary ; Elihu H.shepard, , R.W.G. Treasurer ; Warren C.Cor-, , R.W.G. Conductor ; Wm.William S.Stewart, , R.Rev.reverend G. Chaplain ; David
Dell, , R.W.G. Guardian ; WilliamChilds, , Boonvilie, R.W.D.D.G. Mas-
ter , John L.Kcan, , St. Louis, Grand Host , appointed by Grand Master.

Wildley Encampment No. 1, St. Louis.

Benjamin F.McKenney, , Chief Patriarch ; William S.Stewart, , M.E.
High Priest ; A.Genestelle, , Senior Warden ; M.Nowakowski, , Junior War-
den ; Louis T.Labeaume, , Scribe ; J. J.Humbert, , Guardian ; Elihu H.
Shepard, , Treasurer .

St. Louis Degree Lodge No. 1.

William S.Stewart, , Worthy Lecture Master ; S. F.Spalding, , Worthy
Deputy Lecture Master ; EbenezerYoung, , Worthy Assistant Lecture Mas-
ter ; JohnHunter, , Worthy Warden ; D. NDell, , Worthy Guardian ; E. H.
Shepard, , Worthy Treasurer ; HenryPriess, , Worthy Conductor .

Traveller'S Rest Lodge No. 1, St. Louis.

M.D.Quirk, , N.G. ; A. G.Lammey, , V.G. ; Warren C.Corlay, , Treas-
urer ; John T.Moore, , Secretary ; S. F.Spalding, , Book Keeper .

Wildley Lodge No. 2, St. Louis.

ConradFox, , N.G. ; S. S.Leivis, , V.G. ; Louis T.Labeaume, , Treasurer :
Isaac McKendrceVeitch, , Secretary ; RobertGary, , Book Keeper .

Germania Lodge No. 3, St. Louis.

JohnBrcndell, , N.G. ; AntonKern, , V.G. ; JohnEbner, , Treasurer ;
MathiasBecker, , Secretary ; JacobRosenbaum, , Book Keeper .

St. Louis Lodge No. 6.

HenryDoellner, , N.G. ; JohnBlack, , V.G. ; Harlam S.Leaf, , Secretary ;
Wm.William S.Stewart, , Treasurer .

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Saint Louis Directory. 1 AAN-ALD
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A.
Aansorgh, Sam'l., drayman , Franklin Avenue, bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Abbott, Jas., jour.carpenter , Sixth bbetween Fr'nklin Avenue and Wash.
Abbott, John, ssouth bbetween mate , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Abel, John, laborer , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Able, Geo., cabinet maker , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Ables & Kohn , rclothing merchants , 103 and 113 nnorth First.
Ables, Nathan, (A & K ) clothing mechant , 103 & 113 nnorth First.
Abrams, Mrs.E. F., widow, Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Abrams, Lewis F., ssouth bbetween steward , Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Academy of the Sacred Heart , ssouth Fifth bbetween Laadie and Convent, Ma-
dame E.J.M. Gray, Superior.
Ackle, Mrs.Louisa, widow, Second, bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Acom, Rob't, stage superintendent , ccorner Market and Eighth.
Acom, Thos., jour.carpenter , ccorner Market and Eight.
Adams, Aug, fancy dgmerchant , 4s nnorth First.
Adams, John H., r dry goods, boot and shoe merchant 171 Broadway.
Adams, John, shoemaker , 58 nnorth Sixth.
Adams, Rudolph, apothecary and druggist , eeast Fourth and Market.
Adams, Wm.William, watchman , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Adams, Edson, chair factory, 25 St. Charles.
Adams, Jane, colored wash woman , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Adams, James, ssouth bbetween pilot , First bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Adams, James, carpenter , Eleventh bbetween Morgan and St. Charles road.
Adams, Jacob, tailor , Wash bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Adams, Mrs.Hannah, widow, 84 Market.
Adams, Bartlett, cabinet maker , Madison, below Ashley.
Adreon, Stephen W., M.D. , 78 nnorth Second.
Adriance, Edwin, watch maker and jeweller , 32 nnorth First.
Aemsiller, John, miller , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
African, Church, Green bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
African School , Almond bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Afterkeit, Henry, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Agen, James, hawker , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Agney, Daniel, carriage maker , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Aheran, Wm.William, carter , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Ahlers, Wm.William, shoe maker , Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Ahner, August, laborer , Soulard bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Aiken, C., academy, Fourth bbetween olive and Pine.
Ainsworth, R., Western Hotel, Laurel bbetween First and Front.
Ainsworth, Dexter, Laurel bbetween First and Front.
Aird, James, jour.painter , 95 nnorth Third.
Albits, Jacob, shoemaker , 12 Oak.
Albion, Hall, (D.Moore, 151 nnorth Second.
Albrund, Henry, tailor , ccorner St. Charles and Fifth.
Albrecht, Miss Louisa, servant , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Albrecht, Peter, gardner , bbetween Soulard's and St. George's.
Aldrich, N., clerk , 36 nnorth Front.

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Aldrich, Levi, carpenter , 17 Green.
Alexander, B. W., livery stable, 90 nnorth Second.
Alexander, D. B., jour.carpenter , ccorner Fourth and Green.
Alexander, Sam'l., jour.brick layer , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Alexander, John, col'dcolored ssouth bbetween man , Alley bbetween Ninth and Tenth and Morgan
and Franklin Avenue.
Alexander, Hascall, carpenter , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Allen, Nathan D., clerk , 51 nnorth First.
Allen, Jedediah, baker , Laurel bbetween First and Front.
Allen, Sylvester, Attorney at Law.
Allen, Isaac S., book keeper , 157 nnorth First.
Allen, Wm.William, clerk , 63 nnorth Front.
Allen, G. B., Turner, nnorth Third, near corner Locust.
Allen, W. S., Gazette editor , 97 Main.
Allen, C. E., clerk ., 97 Main.
Allen, Rob't, anctioneer , 114 nnorth First.
Allen, Elisha, bar keeper , ccorner Fourth and Locust.
Allen, Arnold L., butcher , 124 nnorth Third.
Allen, J. S., r grocery and dgmerchant , 1 Broadway.
Allen, Beverly, attorney at law , 129 Market ccorner Sixth.
Allen, Miss Sarah, Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Allen, Miss Eliza, Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Allen, S. H., (H.A. & Co.company ) hatter , Fifth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Allen, Jas. M.; brick layer , Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Allen, Harvey, bricklayer , Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Allen, Geo. H., brick layer , Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Alleyne & Klein , w grocers and produce dealers, 65 nnorth First.
Alleyne, J. B.,(A & K ) merchant , Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Almeida, Wm.William H., clerk , 9 ssouth First.
Almrode, Mrs., widow, Prune bbetween First and Front.
Almstedt, Henry, clerk , 22 Market.
Almstedt,Mrs.Julia, widow, 60 ssouth Second.
Alt, Miss Mary, servant , 41 Elm.
Altemus, John F., merchant tailor , 23 Pine.
Althouse, Henry, carpenter , 32 nnorth Sixth.
Altinger, Ignatius, gun smith , 73 ssouth Second.
Altinger, Charles, jour, gun smith , 73 ssouth Second.
Altmann, Francis, bar keeper , 23 Olive.
Altmann, Herman H,, Broadway bbetween Pear and Hickory.
Ambrosina, A. P., bar keeper , 8 Market.
Amelung, H. A., pork dealer , Third, 4 doors above ccorner Pine.
American House , J.Holbrook, , 157 nnorth First.
American Fur Co.company , P. Chouteau & Co.company , Laurel bbetween First and Second
Ames, Henry, (V & A ) g and commission merchants , 36 nnorth Front.
Ames, Edgar, clerk , 36 nnorth Front
Ames, Benj., 26 Locust
Ames, Wm.William, scrivner , Court House.
Ames, Nathan, produce dealer , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Amiss, Thos. L., shoe maker , Sixth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
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Ammade, John, jour. mould, First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Ammann, John, Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Amos, Chas., family grocery, ccorner Eighth and Carr..
Amos, W. W., hat and cap manufacturer , 120 nnorth First..
Amos, John, 120 north First..
Amsinger, Geo., jour.blacksmith , Cherry bbetween First and Second..
Amschler, Jno., miller , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash..
Anderson & Thomson , w grocers and com.commission merchants , 27 nnorth Front..
Anderson, Mrs.Jane, or'm'talhair man'f'ct'rmanufacturer & fancy store, 105 nnorth 1st.
Anderson, John J., & Co.company , wholesale and retail dgm'ch'ntsmerchants , 30 nnorth 1st..
Anderson, R. L., clerk , 30 nnorth First..
Anderson, James, prentice blacksmith , ccorner Oak and Second..
Anderson & Morgan , 45 nnorth Front, boat store.
Anderson, Chas., colored bell ringer for auctions, 70 Olive.
Anderson, John, jour.carpenter , 11th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Morgan.
Anderson, Wm.William C., Sen., Pension Agent , Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Anderson, Wm.William C,Jr.junior , Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Anderson, Ely, lumber merchant , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Anderson, Matilda, col'dcolored wash woman , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Anderson, Wm.William H., druggist , (P & A ) 14 Market.
Anderson, Geo. C., (A & T ) gro. and com.commission merchant , 4 ssouth Fourth
Anderson, Mrs.Rachel, widow, Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Anderson, Mrs.Margaret, widow, 40 Walnut.
Anderson, Stephen, col'dcolored , Alley bbetween 10th & 11th & Walnut and Clark.
Anderson, Richard, painter , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Anderson, John J., (JJA & Co ) dgmerchant , Walnut bbetween 6th and 7th.
Anderson, C. R., lumber yard, ccorner First and Willow.
Anderson, C. R., saw mill, Upper Ferry.
Andrews & Beakey , tin, copper and stove manuf'ry, 27 nnorth First.
Andrews, R. H., (CCN & Co ) merchant , 97 nnorth First..
Andrews, Thomas, (A & B ) copper smith and tinner , 67 nnorth Third.
Andre, Gabriel, mattrass maker , bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Angelbeck, Fred., Walnut Street Tavern, (A & L) ccorner Walnut and 3rd.
Angelrodt, Eggers & Barth , w and rgro. and liquor d'lers , 165 nnorth 1st.
Angle,—, jour.carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Anhausser, Fred., jour.tailor , 8 Vine.
Anmaitago, Geo., drayman , Second bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Annan, Roberdeau, chymist and druggist , ccorner Third and Market..
Annis, Asa, ssouth bbetween carpenter , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Ansalm, Joseph, oil maker , Eagle Mill.
Ansel, Isaac, second hand clothing dealer , 152 ssouth Second.
Ansel, James,carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Anson, George, clerk , Masonic Hall Lottery Office, First ccorner Olive.
Antelope Coffee House and Billiard Room , ccorner Fourth and Pine.
Anthony, Jacob, laborer , Cherry bbetween Second and Broadway.
Anthony, Henrietta, Fifth bbetween St. Charles and Locust.
Anthony, A., clerk , Fifth bbetween St. Charles and Locust.
Anthony, Jacob, planing mill, ccorner Sixth and Walnut.
Anzeiger, des Westens, German paper, (by Wm.WilliamWeber, ,) 33 Pine.
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Appel, Andreas, jour.tailor , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Appel, Fred., plasterer , Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Appel, Jacob, jour.cooper , Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Appel, Wm.William, laborer , Wood, near Short.
Applegate, Benj., carpenter , 55 Locust.
Appleton, Chas. D., Eighth bbetween Olive and Locust.
Aprobate, Wm.William, col'dcolored ssouth bbetween steward , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Arcade, Baths, Fred.Eckert, , 102 nnorth Second.
Archer, Benj., (JA & Co.company ,) Brittania ware manufacturer , 23 Pine.
Archer, Patrick, porter , 141 nnorth First.
Amstrong, Jos., col'dcolored ssouth bbetween steward , 83 nnorth First.
Armstrong, Wm.William, jour.barber , 15 nnorth Second.
Armstrong, D. H., T'ch'r Pub.public Sch'l, No. 3 6th bbetween Locust & St. Charles.
Armstrong, Mrs.D. H., Tch'r P.Sch'l, No.3 6th bbetween Locust & St. Chas.
Arnest, John M., jour.hatter , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Arnken, Harbartus, laborer , Morgan, bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Arnold, Lyman, jour.carpenter , Elm bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Arnold, Thos. J., rope maker , Orange bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Arnold, Jacob, blasksmith , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Arntt, Henry, laborer , Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Arthur, John, boarding house, Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Arthur, James, ssouth bbetween captain , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Artist, N. D., col'dcolored barber , Pine bbetween First and Second.
Artz, Stephen, jour.blacksmith , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Ashdown, Wm.William M., superintend't gas works, ccorner Second and Convent.
Ashford, Henry, boot and shoe dealer , 26 Market.
Ashley, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, bbetween Lisa and Ashley, near Reservoir.
Ashmon, Mrs.Margaret, widow, ccorner Greene and Eleventh.
Asinger, Kasper, laborer , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Aspling & Goodyear , r dry g, boot and shoe dealers , 171 Broadway.
Aspling, Thos., (A & G ) rdg, boot and shoe m'ch'nt , 171 Broadway.
Ast, Stephen, jour.bricklayer , Alley bbetween 10th & 11th & Mark't & Wrash.
Aswede, Henry, laborer , Seventh bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Atchison, Geo. W., ssouth bbetween captain , 74 nnorth Fifth.
Atchison, Jane, col'dcolored wash woman , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Atha, Thos., laborer , Alley bbetween Third and Fourth & Cedar & Mulberry.
Atkinson, J. C., stove, grate and tin manufacturer , resccorner 7th and Olive.
121 nnorth First.
Atkinson, M. T., M.D. , 18 Chestnut.
Atkinson, Jacob D., jour.stone cutter , Almond bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Atkinson, John, Second bbetween Rutgers and Convent.
Atskinson, Benj., house painter , Washington Avenue bbetween 5th and 6th.
Atwood, N. B., forwarding and commission merchant , 13 nnorth Front.
Auber, P., (A & B ) coffee house, 14 ssouth First.
Aubuchon, Miss Clarissa, 65 nnorth Front.
Augustin, M., coffee house, 1½ Market, residence 17 nnorth Third.
Auld, Wilson, family grocery, ccorner Morgan and Ninth.
Austin, Wm.William J., auctioneer and real estate agent , 172 nnorth First.
Austin, Thos., ccorner Convent and Second.
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Austin, Solon, carpenter , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth..
Austin, Miss Caroline, Broadway bbetween St. Charles Way and Rail Way.
Austin, R. B., saw mill, res.residence ccorner Lindell and Madison, near W. Works.
Aut, Martin, laborer , Ninth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Axtell, Thomas, State and County Assessor , residence 94 ssouth Third.
Ayres, R. W., clerk , 16 nnorth Front.
Ayres & Daniels , silk and woolen dying establishment, 170 ssouth Second.
Ayres, Isaac W., (A & D ) 170 ssouth Second.
Ayres, Miss Zilpha, Eleventh bbetween Morgan and St. Charles Road.
Ayres, B. W., Green Tree Tavern, 68 ssouth Second.
Ayres, Wm.William H., Green Tree Tavern, 68 ssouth Second.
B.
Baacke, Delerich, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Babbet, Charles, jour.cabinet maker , 11 Morgan.
Babbit, H. R., jour.cabinet maker , 9th bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Bach, Louis, (AL & Co ) brewery and vinegar est'b'm'nt, 32 ssouth Second.
Bacigalupo, John B., confectioner 151½ nnorth First.
Backensto, B. M., wagon maker , Fourth bbetween Olive and Locust.
Backham, Abner, carpenter , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Bacon, H D., Iron and Glass Merchant , 23 nnorth Front
Bacon, Sherman J., druggist , (JB & Co ) res.residence 6th bbetween Green and Morgan.
Bacon, Washington, carpenter , Morgan bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Baggs, Wm.William, laborer , Carr bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Bagley, Mrs.Polly, widow, Florida, bbetween First and Second.
Bagley, Jos., brick maker , Florida bbetween First and Second.
Bahlmans, Miss Catharine, servant , Olive bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Bailey, Geo., carriage manufactory, 111 nnorth Second.
Bailey, Wm.William, lumber merchant , ccorner Cedar and First.
Bailey, Thos., steward , Planters' House.
Bailey, John, col'dcolored drayman , 5th bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Bailey, Mrs.Ann, widow, Biddle bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Baird, David R., jour.carpenter , 44 ssouth Third.
Baird, John, blacksmith , ccorner Thirteenth and Clark.
Baker, L. D., carpenter , ccorner Fifth and Washington Avenue.
Baker, Theodore, ssouth bbetween engineer , Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Baker, Fred., apprentice blacksmith , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Baker, Thos., laborer , nnorth First bbetween Payne and Howard.
Baker, Thos., ssouth bbetween engineer , Fifth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Baker, Levin H., bbetween First and Second and Smith and Bates.
Balance, J. M., tailor , Fifth bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Baldo, Leon, importer of Havana cigars, etc., 42 nnorth First.
Baldwin, Henry, book keeper , 147 nnorth First.
Baldwin, Mrs.Julia A., T'ch'r P.Sch'lNo. 2, ccorner Broadway & Cherry.
Baldwin, Samuel, 46½ nnorth First.
Baldwin, J. H., coffee house, 3 nnorth Fourth.
Baldwin, George, jour.cigar maker , 29 nnorth Third.
Baldwin, R. T., jour.carpenter , Skinner bbetween Clark and Walnut.
Balfor, Mrs.Mary A., widow, First bbetween Lombard and Mulberry.

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Ball, S. W., merchant , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Ball, Miss Frances, Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Ball, Henry J., col'dcolored barbar , 27 Vine.
Ballman, Holman, cook , 46½ nnorth First.
Ballou, Peter P., superintendent stage lines, ccorner Pine and Fourth.
Balmer, Chas., professor of music, ccorner Fifth and Almond.
Baltes, John, laborer , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Baltimore Tavern , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Bamber, Thomas, clerk , 21 Almond.
Banddler, Martin, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Bange, Hermann, miller , ccorner Washington Avenue and Eighth.
Banin, John, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Banister, Lavina, col'dcolored Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Bank of Missouri , First bbetween Vine and Laurel.
Banking House , L.A. Benoist & Co.company , ccorner First and Olive.
Banks, Daniel, col'dcolored porter , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Bannadar, John G., laborer , Wood near Short.
Banvard, Mrs.Margaret, near Payne bbetween First and River.
Baquette, Alex., col'dcolored barber , 35 Market.
Barber, Robt., (GMcK & Co ) dry good m'chantmerchant , Walnut bbetween 6th & 7th.
Barber, Ephraim, Armourer U. S.Arsenal, , Barry bbetween ssouth M'k't & Church.
Barbuti, Gasper, retail grocer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Barger, Peter, laborer , First bbetween Oak and Cherry..
Barger, —, jour.carpenter , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Bark, E. G., jour.gold smith , 40 nnorth First.
Barker, William, jour.blacksmith , 70 nnorth Second.
Barklay, Mrs.Mary, widow, Boarding House, 63 nnorth Third.
Barken, James, laborer , 54 nnorth Fourth.
Barlow, Jos., laborer , Cerre bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Barlow, J. C., com.commission m'chantmerchant , 6 ssouth First, res.residence Fifth bbetween Elm and Walnut.
Barlow & Matlack , planing and flour mill, ccorner Washington Ave.avenue & 8th.
Barlow, John M.,(B & M ) mill, Ninth bbetween Washington Ave.avenue & St. Chas.
Barlow, Miss Ann, Fifth, one door above corner Elm.
Barnage, John, plasterer , ccorner Ninth and St. Charles.
Barnard, J.H., & Brother , wholesale and retail druggist , 136 nnorth First.
Barnard, J. H., (JHB & B ) druggist , res.residence Morgan bbetween Ninth & Tenth.
Barnard, Jos., Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Barnes, Robert A., wgrocer and com.commission merchant , 16 nnorth Front.
Barnes, William, clerk , Sixth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Barnes, Mrs.Mary, widow, Sixth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Barnes, William, (D & B ) carpenter , Fourth bbetween Elm and Walnut.
Barnett & Ezekiel , lottery and exchange office, 35 nnorth Front.
Barnett, Lewis, lottery and exchange office, 111½ nnorth First.
Barnett, Geo. J.,(BB & B ) architect , Fourth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Barnett, Thos., jour, copper smith , 51 Elm.
Barnum & Patton , City Hotel, ccorner Third and Vine.
Barnum, Theron, (B & P ) City Hotel, ccorner Third and Vine.
Barret, Wm.William J., clerk , 25 nnorth Front.
Barret, Wm.William D., (BT & B ) g. & c.m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 5th bbetween M'k't & Chesnut.
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Barret, Richard, Fifth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Barrett, James, jour.moulder , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Barrows, Wm.William, Jr.junior , English and Classical School, Third bbetween St. Charles
and Washington Avenue.
Barry, James G., chandler , 57 ssouth First.
Barry, John, laborer , 57 ssouth First.
Barth, R. F., jour.tailor , 87 nnorth Fist.
Barth, Robert, (AE & B ) grocery merchant , 81 nnorth First.
Barth, John, laborer , Short near Wood.
Bartherl, Miss Amelia, servant , 66 Vine.
Bartholome, John, apprentice cabinet maker , 74 nnorth Third.
Bartlett, R.M., & Co.company , commercial school, 172 nnorth First.
Bartlett, Jos., Coffee house, 151 nnorth Third.
Bartlett, Phineas, carpenter , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Park Ave.avenue and Barry.
Bartmann, Christopher, clerk ccorner Wash and Eighth.
Barton, W., hide dealer , 182 nnorth First.
Barton, John, clerk , Spencer, bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Barton, Henry, laborer , Walnut bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Basco, Geo., jour.carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Bascom, Hiram B., watch maker and jeweller , ccorner Second and Market.
Basion, Mrs.Margaret, widow, 76 ssouth Third.
Bate, Gerat, laborer , Franklin Ave.avenue , bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Bate, Jos. J., butcher , (ML & Co ) ccorner St. Charles and Tenth.
Bateman, E. B., Planters' House.
Bates, Patsey, col'dcolored wash woman , 76 nnorth Third.
Bates, Wm.William, carpenter , nnorth First near Florida.
Batte, Benj. F., clerk , 95 nnorth First.
Batterberg, Thos., Second bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Battpe, John, Eight bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Bauer, Henry, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Bauer, Geo., laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Bauer, Adam, carpenter , First bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Baum, J., draper and tailor , 81 nnorth First res.residence 4th bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Baum, Geo., jour.confectioner , 44 nnorth First.
Bauman, Jacob, apprentice baker , 181 nnorth First.
Baumann, Jacob, gunsmith , 72 ssouth Second.
Baumgartner, Rodolph, Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Baxter, John, boarding house, 80 nnorth Third.
Baxter, Miss Rachel, seamstress, 80 ssouth First.
Bay, Harmen, clerk , 20 nnorth First.
Bayfield, James, carpenter , 45 Market.
Bayfield, J. H., dry good merchant , 48 Market.
Beach, Lewis, wholesale and retail dry good merchant , 147 nnorth First.
Beach, Miles, clerk , 147 nnorth First.
Beachbeard, J. W., City Hall Tavern, ccorner Third and Green.
Beadleston, Stephen, (C & Co ) upholsterer , 24 nnorth Second.
Beakey, John, (A & B ) tin and copper smith , res.residence 80 nnorth Second.
Beakey, David, jour.tinner , 27 nnorth First.
Beakey, James, jour.tinner , 27 nnorth First.
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Beam, J. L., carpenter , ccorner Ninth and Market.
Bcardslee, Chas., clerk , 151½ nnorth First.
Beatty & McDowell , w and rdg and gro.m'ch'tmerchant , ssouth First opposite M'k't.
Beatty, Adam, attorney at law , 42 Pine.
Beatty, Mrs.Caroline, widow, Sixth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Beatty, Miss Julia A., Sixth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Beatty, Thomas J., carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Thirteenth.
Beatty, George, apprentice moulder , Broadway bbetween Pear and Hickory.
Beaufort, Philip, sausage maker , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Soulard & Carroll.
Beaujerron, Jean B., Indian Interpreter , 72 Spruce.
Beaumont, Wm.William, M.D. , ccorner Fourth and Walnut.
Beauvais, R., jeweiler and silversmith , 20 Locust, res.residence 101 nnorth First.
Becherer, Matthias, Uncle Sam Coffee House, 94 nnorth Front.
Beck, Christian, tailor , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Beck, Charles, laborer , Soulard bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Beck, Charles, carter , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Beckdolt, Jacob, butcher , Thirteenth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Becher, Daniel, Sen., laborer , Fifth bbetween Park Avenue and Rutgers.
Becher, Daniel, jr.junior , laborer , Fifth bbetween Park Avenue and Rutgers.
Becher, Peter, shoemaker , Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Becher, Matthias, laborer , ccorner Clark and Tenth.
Becher, Fred., carter , 26 nnorth Sixth.
Becher, F. S., clerk , 22 Market.
Becher, Fred., tailor , Second bbetween Almond and Spruce.
Becher, John P., baker , Florida bbetween First and Second.
Becher, Valentine, jour, brewer , 32 ssouth Second.
Becher, Matthias, Citizens' Club, 48 ssouth First.
Beckey, Kasper, jour.soap maker , ccorner Second and Cherry.
Becket, Chas., ssouth bbetween pilot , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Becket, Margaret V., col'dcolored wash woman , Oak bbetween First and Second.
Beckman, G., carpenter , St. Charles Road near Nineteenth.
Beckman, Fred., laborer , 123 ssouth First.
Beebe, Mrs.Sarah, widow, 49 Myrtle.
Beebe, Edward, 49 Myrtle.
Beekman, Garrett F.,carpenter , & c., 183 nnorth Fifth.
Beer, Miss Elizabeth, Buel bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Behman, Mrs.Catharine, widow, ccorner Second and Almond.
Behne, Charles, Tenth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Behne, L. W., Dr. in law , Tenth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Beil, Leonhard, wood dealer , Fifth bbetween Park Avenue and Rutgers.
Beimdick, Fred., tailor , 53 nnorth Second.
Beinker, Wm.William, jour.tailor , 163 Broadway.
Belcher, Jos., painter , 38 ssouth Sixth.
Bell, John T, jour., tinner , 59 nnorth First.
Bell, Hamilton, painter , Morgan bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Bell, John, Seventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Bell, S., col'dcolored ssouth bbetween steward , alley bbetween 7th and 8th and Walnut and Elm.
Bell, James H., painter , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Bell, Ezekiel, ship carpenter , bbetween First and Madison near W. Works.
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Bell, John, Walnut bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Bellward, J., tailor , Prune bbetween First and Front.
Belt, Mrs.H. N., widow, 70 Market.
Belt, H. B., deputy sheriff , 70 Market.
Beltzhoover & Robb , hat and cap manufacturers , 86 nnorth First.
Beltzhoover, F. W., (B & R ) hat merchant , Mulberry bbetween 2nd and 3rd.
Bemis, Nath'l S., family grocer, Eleventh near Green.
Bencette, Louis, clerk , 37 nnorth Front.
Bender, Chas., jour.saddler , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Bender, Emanuel, jour.shoe maker , ccorner Seventh and Morgan.
Bendel, John, laborer , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Benjamin, Nathaniel, jour.saddler , 33 nnorth First.
Bennett, Oliver, wholesale boot and shoe dealer , 101 nnorth First.
Bennett, Mrs.Mary A., widow, 23 Pine.
Bennett, Louis, 68 Locust.
Bennett, Anthony, stone mason , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue & Morgan.
Bennett, B. M., stone mason , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Bennon, H., jour.blacksmith , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Benoist, L.A., & Co.company , Banking House, 75 nnorth First.
Benoist, Ellen, col'dcolored wash woman , Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Benon, John, boarding house, 105 nnorth Second.
Benson, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween engineer , 69 ssouth Fifth.
Benson, Henry, laborer , St. George's.
Bent, John, attoreny at law , office ccorner 4th and Walnut, res.residence 27 ssouth Fifth.
Benton, Miss Mary C., Walnut bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Berger, Paul, dry good and grocery merchant , 12 Market square.
Berger, S., tailor , 14 Pine.
Bergesch, Fred., drayman , Morgan bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Bergt, Chas., laborer , Soulard bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Berkenkamp, Henry, stone mason , Third bbetween Convent and Syeamore.
Berkley, Augustus, butcher , St. Charles Road near Twentieth.
Bernard, J & O. , w and r dry good merchants , 149 nnorth First.
Bernard, Henry, laborer , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Bernard, Joab, (J & OB ) merchant , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 5th and 6th.
Bernard, Chas.,(JHB & B ) druggist , res.residence Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 9th & 10th.
Bernard, Geo., Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Bernhard, Aloise, music teacher , ccorner Second and Almond.
Bernink, Henry, laborer , Gay bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Berri, Fred., clerk , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Barry and Park Avenue.
Berry, J. T., jour.saddler , 140 nnorth First.
Berry, Wm.William, clerk , 106 Chestnut.
Berry, Samuel L., rope maker , Eleventh near St. Charles.
Berry, Geo. W., boatman ,ccorner Twelfth and Franklin Avenue.
Berry, Benj., laborer , ccorner Clark and Tenth.
Berry, Mrs.Rosanna, widow, Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Berry, David, ssouth bbetween mate , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Bersch, Jacob, wagon maker , Franklin Avenue bbetween Thirteenth and 14th.
Berthold, Tesson & Co.company , w grocers and com.commission merchants , 26 nnorth Front.
Berthold, P. B., (B, T & Co ) wgro. and com.commission m'chantmerchant , 32 nnorth Second.
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Berthold, Madame Pelagie, widow, ccorner Fifth and Pine.
Berthold, Fred., clerk , ccorner Fifth and Pine.
Berthold, Miss Tulie, ccorner Fifth and Pine.
Berthold, Miss Amelie, ccorner Fifth and Pine.
Bertram, Henry, shoemaker , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Marion and Barry.
Bertramm, Ewd., huckster , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Beshinz, John, jour.blacksmith , ccorner Sixth and Chesnut.
Bess, John, jour.carpenter , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Bessier, Louis, stone cutter , St. George's.
Bethe, Wm.William, jour.cooper , 110 nnorth Second.
Betken, Miss Eliza, cook 30½ Olive.
Betts, Theodore, clerk , 149 nnorth First.
Betts, Wm.William B., jour.painter , 33 nnorth Second.
Betts, Walter, cabinet manufacturer , 90 nnorth Second.
Betts, John, clerk , 90 nnorth Second.
Betts, Robt., clerk , St. Louis Foundry.
Betzold, Fred., upholsterers , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Beumer, Bernard, stone mason , Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Bever, Fred., laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Beverly, Thos., jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Bibault, Louis, laborer , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Bibenbrien, Henry, bar keeper , Second bbetween Plum and Poplar.
Bichner, Kasper, jour.baker , Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Bickelharper, Geo., jour.confectioner , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Bicker, Henry, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Bickett & Danna , Globe Tavern, 8 Market.
Bickett, John L., (B & L ) Globe Tavern, 8 Market.
Biddle, Mrs.Ann, widow, Broadway bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Biddle, Mrs.Abigail, widow, Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Biddison, James, laborer , Payne bbetween First and Second.
Bidner, Geo., tailor , First bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Biedenstein, Fred., gardner , ccorner Randolph and Sarpy Avenue.
Biel, Adam, shoe maker , 38 ssouth First.
Bielefeld, Henry, Fourth bbetween Spruce and Poplar.
Bier, Jos., jour.cabinet maker , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Biermann, Chas. L., distiller of cordials, 8th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Biermann, Henry, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Bigelow, Jotham, Sr., carpenter , Seventh bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Bigelow, Jotham, Jr.junior , carpenter , Seventh bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Bigelstaff, Samuel, ssouth bbetween engineer , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Bigham, D. S., clerk , 24 nnorth First.
Bigham, Wm.William, bricklayer , Thirteenth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Bihler, Bendick, butcher , ccorner Gay and Fourteenth.
Bilharz, Robert, jour.baker , 181 nnorth First.
Billings, Michael, jeweller , 9 nnorth Third.
Billon, C. P., Seventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Billon, Mrs.S., widow, Walnut bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Billsborough, Henry, tailor , Second bbetween Laurel and Prune.
Binford, Thos., Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
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Binger,Fred., German Teacher , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Birch, Richard, jour.trunk and harness maker , 140 nnorth First.
Birch, James, carpenter , Sixteenth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Bircher, Philipboot and shoe maker , 47 Olive.
Bircher, Dr.Rudolph, leeching, cupping and bleeding, 73½ nnorth Fourth.
Bird, Ralph, (B & B ) Union Hotel, 178 nnorth First.
Birk, John, Sexton 1st Presbyterian Church, 7th bbetween Frank.Av.avenue & Wash.
Birmingham, Thos., pedlar , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Bischoff, Conrad, shoe maker , 39 ssouth First.
Bischoff, George, shoe maker , 39 ssouth First.
Bischoff, Henry, cabinet maker , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Bisheir, Simeon, butcher , Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Bisonette, Ambrose, 35 nnorth Seventh.
Bitner, Conrad, shoe maker , Third bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Bix, John, shoe maker , Carr bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Black, John, Justice of Peace and Notary Public, ccorner First and Myrtle.
Black & Thomas , livery stable, Walnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Black, Samuel, (B & T ) livery stable, Walnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Black, A. H., boatman , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Blackiston, John, laborer , Alley bbetween 3rd and 5th & Convent & Rutgers.
Blackmore, Wm.William, clerk , Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Blaettermann, Andreas, shoe maker , 45 Elm.
Blaine, Tompkins & Barret , wgro. & com.commission merchants , 25 nnorth Front.
Blaine, John L., (Bt & B ) com.commission merchant , Sixth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Blair, Adam, jour.carpenter , Third bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Blair & Gantt , attornies at law, 38 Chesnut.
Blair, Warfield, deputy clerk circuit court, ccorner Market and Fifth.
Blair, James, Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Blair, Montgomery, attorney at law , Collins bbetween Cherry and Pear.
Blair, Wm.William A., carpenter , Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Blake, Samuel P., jour.painter , St. Charles bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Blake, Benjamin, stone mason , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Blanchard, E., (L & B ) dry good and grocery dealer , 27 ssouth First.
Blanchfield, John, hostler , ccorner Second and Prune.
Blattner, Jacob, mathematical & instrument maker , 2d bbetween Pine & Olive.
Blattan, Chas. F., Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Blauvelt, C. N., carpenter , Fifth bbetween Gratiot and Cerre.
Blavelt, Daniel, jour.carpenter , ccorner Chestnut and Seventh.
Bleich, Michael, carpet weaver , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Blisk, O. S., Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
Block, Elias M., clerk , 147 nnorth First.
Block, Deterick, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Blom, Chas., drayman , Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Blome, John B., Star House, 92 nnorth Front.
Blome, Henry, dyer , Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
Blood, Hannibal, (D & B ) painter , 43 Myrtle.
Blossom, C. D., bar keeper , 31 Vine.
Blossom, Hosea, 64 Green.
Blottner, A., retail grocer and liquor dealer , ccorner Florida and First.
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Blount, Mrs.Susan, widow, boarding house, 63 Green.
Blow, Peter E., w dry gm'chantmerchant , 45 nnorth 1st, res.residence 5th bbetween M'k't & Walnut.
Blow, Henry T., wholesale druggist , 47 nnorth First.
Blow, Wm.William T., clerk , 45 nnorth First.
Blow, Owings & Gillespie , wholesale druggists , 139 nnorth First.
Blow, Taylor, (BO & G ) wholesale druggist , 139 nnorth First.
Blow, Miss Elizabeth, Fifth bbetween Locust and Olive.
Bluthdal, Augustus, boatman , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Boatman, R. H., jour.plasterer , 8 nnorth Third.
Bobbs, Chas., brick maker , Walnut bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Boder, Henry, carpenter , bbetween Soulard's Addition and St. George's.
Boeschenstein, John, w and rdry g and grocery dealer , 4 ssouth First.
Boehn, Francis, bar keeper , 77 ssouth First.
Boehme, Chas. G., laborer , Fifth bbetween Labadie and Chouteau Avenue.
Boerssler, Andreas, Carondelet Avenue bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Bcettcher, Wm.William, shoemaker , 77 ssouth First.
Bogert, John B., Tontine, 89 nnorth First.
Boggs, Harry, clerk , 4 nnorth First.
Boggs, John, clerk , 4 nnorth First.
Boggs, George, Notary Public, Locust, 1 door above First.
Boggs, Mrs.Julia, Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Bogy & Hunton , attornies at law, 19 Chesnut.
Bogy, L. V., attorney at law , res.residence near ccorner Olive and Eighth.
Bohl, Fred., jour.baker , Vine, bbetween Second and Third.
Bohen, John, shoemaker , Myrtle, bbetween Second and Third.
Bokern, Mrs.Catharine, widow, Third, bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Bokhorst, Henry, laborer , Sixth, bbetween Wash and Carr.
Bole, William, jour.cooper , ssouth Front, bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Bolinger, Francis, cabinet maker , Second, bbetween Poplar and Cedar.
Bolmen, Henryjr.junior , jour.harness maker , 107 nnorth First.
Bolmer, Herman, cook , Morgan, bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Bolter & Colt , wholesale and retail boot and shoe dealers , 118 nnorth First.
Bolter, James, (B & C ) boot and shoe dealer , 118 nnorth First.
Bolton, R. E., house, sign and ornamental painter , 93 nnorth Second.
Bolton, George, Tenth, bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Bolz, Fraugott, furrier , Fifth bbetween Labaddie and Chouteau Avenue.
Bomonn, George, jour.carpenter , St. George's.
Bonacum, John, laborer , Tenth bbetween Market and Chestnut.
Bonham, J. D., clerk , 25 nnorth First.
Bonner, Wm.William, jour.engineer finisher , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Bonnville, Madam Margaret, widow, Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Bons, Matthias, stone cutter , Clark bbetween Fifteenth and Sixteenth.
Boon's Lick and Salt River Stage Office , City Hotel, ccorner Third and Vine.
Boone & Bird , Union Hotel, 178 nnorth First.
Boone, Isaac W., (B & B ) Union Hotel, 178 nnorth First.
Booth, William, clerk , 155 nnorth First.
Booth, Henry A., jour.carriage trimmer , 111 nnorth Second.
Boots, Miss Perm'l., sch'l.teach. , Ninth bbetween Wash. Ave.avenue and St. Charles.
Borchmier, Yodocus, Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
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Borden, Mrs.Julia A., widow, boarding house, 49 Market.
Bore, Gerard, stone mason , Poplar bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Borell, Mrs.Elizabeth, Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Borg, Chas., cigar maker , Second bbetween Rutgers and Wood.
Borrell, John, porter , ccorner First and Oak.
Borrenboal, Geo. F., apprentice tailor , 199 nnorth First.
Borrengar, Geo., watch maker , Myrtle bbetween Second and Third.
Borssselier, C. G., clerk , 25 nnorth First.
Bosch, Jacob, butcher , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Soulard and Carroll.
Bose, H., laborer , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Boss, Mrs.Maria E., widow, 81 Green.
Bosse, Mrs.Charlotte, widow, 90 ssouth Third.
Bosseron, Madame Therressa, widow, Fifth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Bostick, Wm.William R., jour.wire and hose maker , Morgan bbetween 6th and 7th.
Bostwick, Hiram, scrivner , 13 nnorth Third.
Bostwick, D. B., carpenter , Twelfth bbetween St. Charles Road and Morgan.
Bostwick, H.,clerk , ccorner Third and Market.
Bostwick, Benj., jour.carpenter , 11th bbetween St. Charles Road and Morgan.
Boswell, Wm.William H., clerk , 3 Market.
Boswell, Chas. S., lumber merchant , ccorner Morgan and Eighth.
Bosworth, Samuel, boarding house, 178 nnorth Fourth.
Bosworth, Ebenezer, carpenter , 66 ssouth Fourth.
Bottfer, Henry, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Bouis, Madame V., widow, 51 Chesnut.
Bouju, Joseph, Broadway, near ccorner Florida.
Bourrier, J., coffee house, 14 ssouth First.
Bourvier, Jacque, huckster , 51 ssouth First.
Bowen, Mrs.Mary A., widow, Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Bowers, Elias, fruitery, 71 nnorth Fourth.
Bowes, C. E., portrait and miniature painter , 38 Chesnut.
Bown, Edwin, jour.tinner , 21 nnorth First.
Bowler, John, drayman , 9 Oak.
Bowlin, John, porter , 93 nnorth First.
Bowlin, Richard H., clerk , 57 nnorth First.
Bowlin & Woodruff , attornies at law, 45 Chesnut.
Bowlin, J. B., Judge Criminal Court, Third bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Boxall, James, Clark bbetween Seventh and Eighth, alley.
Boyce, Wm.William H., lumber merchant , 50 Morgan.
Boyce, Patrick, beer house, Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Boyd, John M., book keeper , 72 nnorth First.
Boyd, J & Co.company , man'fact'rs and dealers boots and shoes, 102½ nnorth First.
Boyd, James M., col'dcolored barber , Second bbetween Laurel and Prune.
Boyd, Andrew, [JB & Co ] shoe dealer , res.residence 6th bbetween Green and Morgan.
Boyd, Hiram, colored drayman , First, bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Boyd, Douglass, stone cutter , Eleventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Boyd, James, stone cutter , Seventh bbetween Olive and Pine.
Boyer, Madam Pelagie, widow, 126, ssouth Third.
Boyle & West drapers and tailors , 83 nnorth First.
Boyle, Cornelius, retail grocer , 165 Broadway.

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Boyles, J. M., jour.chair painter , 24 Chestnut.
Boyles, Mrs.Mary, boarding house, 126 nnorth Third.
Boylston, William, laborer , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Boynton, John, carpenter , Washington Avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Braden, John, quarrier , Madison, near Water Works.
Bradfield, Thomas, watchman , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Bradley, Michael, apprentice blacksmith , 7 nnorth Second.
Bradley, Brenholt & Barnett , architects , Fourth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Bradley & Brenholt , carpt'rs and builders , St. Charles bbetween 9th and 10th.
Bradley, Grove, jour.carpenter , St. Charles bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Bradley, Jefferson, carpenter , Lewis bbetween Payne and Florida.
Bradley, Lucas, [BB & B ] architect and builder , ccorner Ninth and Locust.
Brady, Terrens, Harp House, 8 Oak.
Brady, J. J., clerk , 30 nnorth First.
Brady, James, jour.cabinet maker , 12 nnorth Third.
Braggard, Francis, stone mason , Plum bbetween First and Second.
Braham, George, hostler , 90 nnorth Second.
Bramsch, William, baker , 234 nnorth First.
Branagan, William, Fifth Ward House, ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Seventh.
Branch, Henry, steward , 46½ north First.
Branch, Restorat, Fourth opposite Court House.
Branchmann, Geo., jour.cabinet maker , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Branconier & Philibert , sash and blind makers and carpt'rs , 57 Olive.
Branconier, David, [B & P ] carpenter , 57 Olive.
Brand, Robt. B, clerk , 3 ssouth First.
Brand, Miss Mary, Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Brand, B. H., clerk , Third,3 doors below Olive.
Brandreth's Pill Office , 49 ccorner Market.
Brannen, Bartle, laborer , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Brannen, Michael, shoe maker , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Brannen, Hugh, laborer , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Brannen, John, carter , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Bransford, Wrilliam A., clerk , 88 nnorth First.
Branson, Mrs.Julia A., widow, 33 St. Charles.
Brant, Joshua B.ccorner Washington Avenue and Fourth.
Brantner, W. H., jour.tailor , 23 Vine.
Braun, L., wholesale and retail grocer , 29 ssouth First.
Braun, John, musician , 24 nnorth Sixth.
Braun, John,jour.brick mason , Rutgers bbetween Second and Third.
Braun, Jacob, tailor , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Brawner, Jerome, bar keeper , 89 nnorth First.
Bray, T. P., clerk , 1 Broadway.
Brazeau, Madame, widow, 14 nnorth Second.
Brazeau, Baptiste, col'dcolored porter , Columbus bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Brearley, Mrs.J., widow, Olive bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Bredell, Edward, Fifth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Bredell, John, Fifth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Bredell, Edward, drayman, Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Breed, Horace F., clerk , 56 nnorth First.
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Breed, William B., agent , 160 nnorth First.
Breen, George, jour.carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Breeze, Thomas, clerk ,71 nnorth Front.
Brehm, George, laborer , Wash bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Breitenbaugh, Marten, gunsmith , St, George's.
Breitenstein, Jacobjr.junior , blacksmith , ccorner Sixth and Chesnut.
Breitenstein, Frederick, clerk , 71 Olive.
Breitenstein, Geo. H., Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Breitenstein, Jacob, Sr., cigar maker , Second bbetween Rutgers and Wood.
Bremer, Tavern, Third 2 doors below Olive.
Bremermann,—clerk , 25 nnorth First.
Brendel, John, hatter , Second bbetween Spruce and Myrtle.
Brennan, Paul, assistant jailor , ccorner Chesnut and Sixth.
Brennan, James, grader , ccorner Washington Avenue and Tenth.
Brenner, John C., 24 Locust.
Brenner, John, jour.barber , 101 nnorth Second.
Brennern, Miss Elizabeth, ccorner Green and Fourth.
Brennern, Miss Margaret, ccorner Green and Fourth.
Bressler, Geo., clerk , 29 ssouth First.
Bretman, Gead, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Breton, Mrs.Eulalie, 29 Elm.
Brettebach, Michael, r dry gmerchant ,ccorner Carondelet Ave.avenue and Wood.
Brewer, Miss Emma M., bonnet maker , 4th bbetween Market and Walnut.
Brewer, Anthony, calker , Washington Avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Brewster & Hart , carpenters , Locust bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Breyfogel, Daniel, jour.carpenter , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Briden, Daniel, jour.carpenter , ccorner Eighth and Wash.
Bridge, Rayburn & Co.company , copper , tin and stove man'fact'y, 152 nnorth First.
Bridge, Rayburn & Co.company , plough manufactory, 237 nnorth First.
Bridge, H. E., (BR & Co ) res.residence 128 nnorth Third.
Bridge, Harrison, clerk , 128 nnorth Third.
Bridge, Joseph, 128 nnorth Third.
Bridge, H. P., foreman plough factory, 237 nnorth First.
Brien, James, jour.blacksmith , 152 nnorth Second.
Brietlep, Miss Eta, Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Briggs, Thomas, bar keeper , Olive bbetween First and Second.
Brigham, David T., attorney at law , Fifth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Brine, Daniel, col'dcolored , Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
Brindle, Fred., ssouth bbetween Pilot , Fourth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Brink, William, cooper , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Brinker, Henry, tailor , ccorner Carondelet Avenue and Wood.
Brinker, Isaac, clerk , 154 nnorth First.
Brinkley, Wesley H., jour.shoe maker , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Brinkley, Mrs.Dorcas, Leghorn milliner , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh
Brimen, John, laborer , Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Brinner, Jacob. Ninth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Briscoe, Warner, M.D. , 2 nnorth Sixth.
Brison, Benjamin, gunsmith , St. George's.
Brittenhum, Mrs.Dicy, widow, Payne bbetween First and River.
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Britton, John, drayman , Lombard bbetween First and Second.
Broadway Tavern ,Broadway bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Broadway Cottage , Broadway, bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Broadway House , ccorner Pear and Broadway.
Broadwell, S. J.,jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Broadwell, Simeon, carpenter , Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Brockhaus, Jacob, carter , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Brockmeier, Bernard, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Brockmeier, Miss Catharine, cook , 178 nnorth First.
Brockmeier, Adam, Tavern, ccorner Fourth and Morgan.
Brockschmitt, Henry, jour.blacksmith , 70 nnorth Second.
Brockschmitt, Henry, drayman , St. Charles bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Brodbeck, Mrs.Catharine, widow, 23 Market.
Brodhock, Christopher, laborer , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Brohemme, Joseph, milkman , ccorner Third and Hazel.
Broking, D. H., Tavern and Provision Store, Broadway bbetween Franklin
Avenue and Morgan.
Brolaski, Mrs.Eliza, ccorner Locust and Third.
Brocks, John E., clerk , 70 nnorth Front.
Brooks, Ewd., druggist , 26 nnorth First, res.residence Walnut bbetween 6th and 7th.
Brooks, Henry, clerk , 26 nnorth First.
Brooks, Benjamin, jour.butcher , St. Charles Road.
Brooks, Johnston, laborer , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Brooks, John, jour.carpenter , Broadway bbetween Pear & Hickory.
Brooks, Robert, laborer , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Brooks, John,jour.butcher , Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Brooks, Clarence M.,ssouth bbetween carpenter , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Brooks, Peter, superintendent W. Works, 6th bbetween Morgan and Green.
Brooks, Benj., carpenter , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Brooks, Thos., butcher , St. George's.
Brooks, Jos., jour.butcher , St. George's.
Broomfield, Wm.William W., Waverly Coffee House, 78 nnorth First.
Brotherton, Marshall, sheriff , Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Brotherton, Miss Rebecca, Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Brouer, Ludwick, jour.tinner , 59 nnorth First.
Brown, James, mill wright, ssouth Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Brown, Wm.William H., clerk , 21 Market.
Brown, B. B., M.D. , Dentist , 27 Chesnut.
Brown, M., wholesale and retail clothing merchant , 52 nnorth First.
Brown, John, col'dcolored barber , 26½ Olive.
Brown, Mrs.Mary Jane, 23 Pine.
Brown, Matilda, col'dcolored wash woman , Bank Alley bbetween Pine and Olive.
Brown, Peter, tailor , Vine 2 doors above First.
Brown, H. M., gunsmith , Oak bbetween Second and Third.
Brown, James L., (R & B ) grocery and com.commission m'chantmerchant , res.residence 44 Olive.
Brown, Josiah, private school, 9 nnorth Fourth, res.residence ccorner Fifth and St. Charles.
Brown, George, jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Brown, George, laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Brown, Louis, laborer , Fifth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
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Brown, J. H., jour.carpenter , ccorner Fourth and Morgan.
Brown, Mrs.Margaret, widow, 49 St. Charles.
Brown, Preston M., 49 St. Charles.
Brown, John N., jour., stone cutter , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Brown,—, ccorner Wash and Fourteenth.
Brown, John M., jour.carpenter , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Brown, Benj. F., flour mill , First bbetween Payne and Howard.
Brown, Jonas, lime maker , 157 nnorth First.
Brown & Reed , soap and candle factory, Fifth bbetween St. Charles & Locust.
Brown, Wm.William,jour.painter , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Brown, Dennis, col'dcolored , Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
Brown, Henry E., laborer , Second bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Brown, Fred., butcher , Clark bbetween Fifteenth and Sixteenth.
Brown, Samuel, hatter 77 ssouth Second.
Brown, Mrs., widow, ccorner Fourth and Elm.
Brown, Charles, bar keeper , ccorner Almond and Fourth.
Brownell, Isaac W., general commission merchant , 47 nnorth Front.
Brownlee, John A., clerk , 45 nnorth First.
Brua, George B., captain watch , 72 Myrtle.
Brucker, Jos., baker , Poplar bbetween Second and Third.
Bruggemann, Wm.William, laborer , Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Brugging, G. Wm.William ,shoe maker , Sixth bbetween Cerrc and Wash.
Bruschle, Mrs.Julia, widow, Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Brumbaugh, Thos., brewer , Payne bbetween Broadway and Second.
Brummer, J. H., laborer , Gay bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Brungert, Sebastian, laborer , Carondelet Avenue, St. George's.
Brunner, Jos.machinist , 49 Locust.
Bruns, . John H., laborer , Payne bbetween First and Second.
Bruns, Fred., laborer , Labaddie bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Bruns, Henry, porter , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Brush, . W. E., hat and shoe dealer , 166 nnorth First.
Bryan, John, lumber merchant , ccorner Vine and Third.
Bryan, Edwin H., ssouth bbetween bar keeper , Twelfth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Bryan, Wilkinson, clerk , Twelfth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Bryan, John, blacksmith , ccorner Third and Almond.
Bryant, Geo., wholesale boot and shoe dealer , 52 nnorth First.
Buchanan, Wm.William, jour.brick layer , Florida bbetween First and Second.
Bucher, John,jour.cabinet maker , 7th bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Buchkotter, Bernard, laborer , Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Buck, John W., jour.blacksmith ccorner Third and Almond.
Buck, Henry, tailor , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Buck, John, jour.carpenter , Clark bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Buckingham, E. M., dealer in stoves and hollow ware, 130 nnorth First.
Buckingham, Richard, M.D. , Sixth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Buckius, Orlando, jour.tinner , 121 nnorth First.
Buckley, Michael, huckster , 162 Broadway.
Buckley, James M., ssouth bbetween clerk , 141 Market.
Buckner, Bernard H., clerk , Post Office.
Bucks, John, jour.blacksmith , Fourth bbetween Poplar and Almond.

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Bucksath, Henry, boot and shoemaker , 17 Locust.
Budd, Geo. K., boot, shoe and saddlery dealer , 122 nnorth First, res.residence 142 nnorth
Fourth.
Buddemeier, Henry, carpenter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Budlong, Miss Margaret, Fifth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Buhvalt, Geo., laborer , Twelfth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Bunch, John, laborer , Decatur bbetween Barry and Park Avenue.
Butner, Davis,jour.upholsterer , Ninth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Bulletin and Native American Office , V.Ellis, , Editor , 24 nnorth First.
Bullard, Rev.reverend Artemas, D.D. , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Fourth.
Bullard, J. M., druggist , Planters' House, 4th bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Bullion, John, confectioner , 129 nnorth Fifth.
Bullman, Miss Caroline, Sixth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Bullock, S. B., clerk , 71 nnorth First.
Bullock, Ervin, carpenter , Sixth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Bullock, Orrin, carpenter , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Bunding, John, druggist , Good Samaritan, 9 ssouth First.
Bunemann, Henry, queensware packer , 99 nnorth Fourth.
Bunker, Charles,counsellor at law, 43 Pine.
Bunning, John, laborer , Carr bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Bup, Fred., laborer , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Burbbagge, Isaac B., general agency office, 1 Laurel.
Burchard, Mortimer, ccorner Eighth and Washington Avenue.
Burchard, Miss Matilda, Second bbetween Howard and Payne.
Burchard, Matthias, tailor , 66 ssouth Second.
Burd & Tilden , copper and tin manufactory, 43 nnorth First.
Burd, John W., clerk , 43 nnorth First.
Burd, Wm.William, (B & T ) copper and tin manufacturer , res.residence 52 nnorth Second.
Burdette, Stephen, jour.carriage maker , 111 nnorth Second.
Burdge, Stephen D., boarding house, ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Seventh.
Burg, Phillip, barber , 197 nnorth First.
Burg, Henry, barber , Second near ccorner Almond.
Burgess, Lorenzo, blacksmith , ccorner Thirteenth and Morgan.
Burgess, William, laborer , Washington Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Burghart, Mrs.Margaret, widow, 58 Locust.
Burgoine, Felix, jour.carpenter , Lombard bbetween Second and Third.
Burgoine, John P., mill engineer , Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Burk, Martin, queensware packer , 72 nnorth First.
Burk, Richard, laborer , 131 nnorth Third.
Burk, William, ssouth bbetween pilot , 65 Vine.
Burk, Mrs.Sarah J., ccorner Eighth and Morgan.
Burk, Mrs.Sarah, widow, 8 nnorth Third.
Burk, William, jour.carpenter , 53 Elm.
Burk, John, jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Burk, David, laborer , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Burke, E. K., jour.jeweller , 20 Locust.
Burke, Edmund, laborer , 163 ssouth Third.
Burkinbine, John, ssouth bbetween clerk ,ccorner Walnut and Seventh.
Burkert, John G., laborer , Jackson near Barry.
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Burnet, Isaac, wholesale dry good merchant ,71 First.
Burnet, George, Jr.junior , clerk , 71 nnorth First.
Burns, Thomas, jour.mill stone maker ,203 nnorth First.
Burns, Miss Jane, St. Charles bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Burns, James, drayman , ccorner Green and Eleventh.
Burns, Jos., laborer , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Burns, Keran, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Burris, Geo., jour.plasterer , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Burris, John, jour.lead pipe maker , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Burris, J., Farmer's Inn, First near Ashley.
Burrough & Cooke , w and r dry good m'chants , 15 Market & 2 nnorth 1st.
Burrough, James, (B & C ) dry good m'chantmerchant , 15 Market and 2 nnorth First.
Burroughs, Thos., jour.blacksmith , Second bbetween Oak and Prune.
Burton, Strother M., family grocer , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Burton, Thos. C., jour.dyer , 170 ssouth Second.
Burtsch, James, carpenter , Market near Skinner.
Bury, James C., house, sign and ornamental painter , 73 Market.
Buse, Edw., mill engineer , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Bush, Mrs.Rececca, widow, Seventh bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Bush, Chas.jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Bushby, James, jour.blacksmith , Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Bushmeyer, Miss Eliza, servant , corner Second and Prune.
Bustch, Mrs.Catharine, servant , Fourth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Butcher, Mrs.Agatha, widow, Clark, bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Butler, Charles J., clerk , 136 nnorth First.
Butler, Wm.William L., book binder , 132 nnorth First.
Butler, John, jour.blacksmith , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Butler, Edward, Hostler , 50 Chestnut.
Butler, David, colored jour.carpenter , Tchapitoula bbetween 7th and 8th.
Butler, Richard, jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Butler, Mrs.Johanna, widow, Ninth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Butts, Miss Sarah, private school, corner Green and Third.
Butzer, Fraugott, Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Byer, Thomas, bar keeper , First near Ashley.
Byrd, Patrick, laborer , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Byrne, Martin, boarding house, 11 nnorth Fourth.
Byrne, Mrs.Margaret, widow, 68 Locust.
Byrne, J., fancy dry good merchant , 20 Market.
Byrne, C., clerk , 20 Market.
Byrne, Margaret, servant , Fifth near corner Elm.
Byrne, John, stone cutter , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
C.
Cabanne, Madame Julie G., widow, 28 Vine.
Cabanne, Julius L., (P & C ) merchant , res.residence 28 Vine.
Cabanne, Charlotte, col'dcolored wash woman , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Cable, G. W., ssouth bbetween pilot , 264 nnorth First.
Cable, J. C,ssouth bbetween pilot , 264 nnorth First.
Cable, Miss N. A., 264 nnorth First.
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Cable, Miss Lucy, 43 Locust.
Cable, Miss Ann, Third bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Cable, Wm.William H., ssouth bbetween captain , Third bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Cabos, J. P., baker , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Cabot, Jos. C,clerk , 59 nnorth Front.
Cabrilliac,Ipolito, coffee house, 31 nnorth Front.
Cabrilliac, Antoinie, bar keeper , 31 nnorth Front.
Cady, Ichabod L., jour.saddler , 48 nnorth Fourth.
Caferata, Girolamo, Old Dominion coffee house, 65 nnorth Front.
Caffendoffer,—,jour.carpenter , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Oak.
Cahill, Patrick, laborer , 123 nnorth Fifth.
Cahill, John, laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Cahill, James, oil maker , ccorner Fifth and Gratiot.
Cailloux, Madame Mary A., widow, Lombard bbetween Second and Third.
Cailloux, Antonie, laborer , Lombard bbetween Second and Third.
Cairo Coffee House , 30 Olive.
Caldwell, John D., tinner , 4½ nnorth First, res.residence near ccorner Myrtle and Fifth.
Caldwell, Alex. H., clerk , 70 nnorth First.
Caldwell, Jos., 128 nnorth First.
Caldwell, Samuel, 128 nnorth First.
Caldwell, Daniel, jour.baker , 28 nnorth Second.
Caldwell, H., tailor and woolen draper , Green near ccorner Third.
Caldwell, Jos., Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Caldwell, Miss Anna, 57 Elm.
Caldwell, James, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Cale, Wm.William, plasterer , Eleventh bbetween Carr and Wash.
Calkins, James, jour.tobacconist , 73 nnorth Second.
Callaha, Patrick, laborer , Cerre bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Callender, George H., 141 Market.
Calvert, John M., clerk , 124 nnorth First.
Calvert, Jesse, blacksmith , Chestnut bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Calvert, John, livery stable, Chestnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Calvert, Fleming, clerk , Chestnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Camden, Peter G., wholesale dry good merchant , 154 nnorth First.
Camden, Mrs.Mary, widow, 132 nnorth Third.
Camden, Mrs.Sally T., 132 nnorth Third.
Camden, John B., Prest. Perpetual Ins.Co.company , residence 13 Morgan.
Camp, George, jour.cabinet maker , 5 nnorth Second.
Camp, James M., blacksmith , Second bbetween Howard and Payne.
Camp, Jefferson, colored jour.carpenter , Sixth bbetween Myrtle and Elm.
Campbell, William, clerk , 7 nnorth First.
Campbell, Robert, wholesale dry good merchant , 7 nnorth First.
Campbell, Robert, wood engraver , res.residence 71 Market.
Campbell, Robert L., copper plate engraver , 23 Locust.
Campbell, Thos., cigar and tob.m'f't , 73 nnorth Second, res.residence 65 nnorth Second.
Campbell, Tristam, jour.gunsmith , 31 Laurel.
Campbell, A. C., sup't.superintendant Mississippi Foundry, First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Campbell, Cornelius, M.D. , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Campbell, J. H., tailor , 52 nnorth Sixth.
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Campen, George, jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Campen, Mrs.Anna, bonnet and dress maker , Morgan bbetween 4th & Fifth.
Cancer, John, saddle aud harness maker , 16 ssouth First.
Cannell, Mary F., colored wash woman , Almond bbetween First and Second.
Cannon, John J., clerk , 99 nnorth First.
Cannon, T. V., Carolina boarding house, 142 nnorth First.
Canter, E., grocer and w and rdealer in crockery ware, 160 nnorth First.
Capell, G, W., painter , (E & C ) Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Carey, Michael, jour.carpenter , ccorner First and Plum.
Carlan, Hugh, jour, boot maker , 33 Vine.
Carlin, Miss Bridget, Fourth bbetween Myrtle and Elm.
Carlisle, Wm.William, jour.barber , 19 Locust.
Carlisle, David, brick layer , Morgan bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Carlisle, Misses, dress makers , 120 Market.
Carolina Boarding House , 142 nnorth First.
Caron, Dominick, painter , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers, Alley.
Carpenter, C. J., M.D. ,office 198 nnorth First, res.residence ccorner Market and Fifth.
Carpenter, C. G, coffee house, 84 nnorth Front.
Carr, Archibald, City Recorder , 170 nnorth Fourth.
Carr, Robt., architectral and ornamental carver , ccorner Morgan & Fourth.
Carr, Walter C, (C & C ) bagging factory, St. George's.
Carr, Nelson, col'dcolored porter , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Carr, Rhoda, col'dcolored wash woman , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Carr, Sophia, ssouth Market, bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Carr, Judge, Franklin Avenue, beyond the city.
Carragan, Matthew, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Carrell, Rev.reverend G. A.,D.D.Vice President St. Louis University .
Carrell, John F., ship carp'nt'r & calker , Jackson bbetween Marion & Carroll.
Carrell, John, ship carpenter and calker , Jackson bbetween Marion & CarrolL.
Carroll, Peter, huckster , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Carroll, William, blacksmith , 65 Spruce.
Carroll, C. C., attorney at law , office 18 Chesnut, res.residence ccorner Ninth & Olive.
Carrot, Benj., drayman , ccorner Sixth and Poplar.
Carson, John W., boarding house, Walnut bbetween First and Front.
Carson, John B., clerk , 30 nnorth First.
Carson, H. D., ssouth bbetween pilot , Sixth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Carson, Henry S., joursaddler , 107 nnorth First.
Carstens & Schuetze w and rdruggists and importers , 163 nnorth First.
Carstens, H. A., (C & S ) druggist , 163 nnorth First.
Carter, Henry, cigar maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond, res.residence Poplar
b. First and Second
Carter, —, carpenter . Clark, bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Carter, John F., clerk , (U.S.A.Paymaster ,) 53 Laurel.
Carter, Robert, jour.blacksmith , 70 nnorth Second.
Carter, Vincent, jour.coach trimmer , Fourth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Carter, Mrs.Louisa B., widow, Fifth bbetween Locust and Vine.
Carter, Miss Frances P., Fifth bbetween Locust and Vine.
Carter & Powers , carriage m'f't. and repository, ccorner Locust and Fifth.
Carter, James, (S & C ) exchange office, 117 nnorth First.
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Cartwright, Mrs.Jane, widow, Payne bbetween First and river.
Case & Nelson , ssouth bbetween builders , yard at old Missouri Brewery.
Case, Calvin, (C & N ) sb builder , Broadway beyond Railway.
Case, Miss Lucia, Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Casey, Jeremiah, jour.tailor , Vine near First.
Casey, Mrs., widow, Fourth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Casey, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Casey, Wm.William P., blacksmith , corner Broadway and Wash.
Cashman, John, jour.shoemaker , 76 Prune.
Casper, Schmitt, steward , 78 nnorth First.
Cassaday, James, laborer , Market bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Casselrig, John, bar keeper , 102 nnorth Second.
Castaline, Calvin L., boarding house, Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 5th and 6th.
Castanie, Mrs.Justin, Sixth, bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Castle, Robert, colored sawyer , Cerre bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Caswell, D., 57 Green.
Caswell, John, 57 Green.
Cathcart, Robert, Alderman , ccorner Morgan and Ninth.
Catton, Henry, col'dcolored , citizens' baths and barber , 27 Vine.
Catts, Jos. H., jour.plasterer , Morgan bbetween Seventh aud Eighth.
Causey, Henry, soap and candle factory, Second bbetween Convent & Rutgers.
Cavanaugh, Philip, cooper , Myrtle bbetween First and Front.
Cavanaugh, John, porter , 14 nnorth Front.
Cavanaugh, Mrs.Mary, ssouth bbetween Retreat , 98 nnorth Front.
Cave, Mrs.A. C, stock factory and finding store, 52 Market.
Cavender, John, (SB & Co ) Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Caves, J. F., jour.tailor , 81 nnorth First.
Cayon, Jos., ssouth bbetween man Cerre bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Cazeault, Firman, jour.carpenter , Second bbetween Lombard and Mulberry.
Central, Tavern, JohnReger, , 64 Chesnut.
Central Fire Engine House , Chesnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Cerre, Paschal, ccorner Second and Pine.
Cerre, Michael S., (Am.FurCo.company )ccorner Third and Plum.
Chace, Cromwell, (R & C ) dg and grocery merchant , 55 nnorth First.
Chadwick, Edmund, clerk , 15 nnorth Front.
Chadwick, Alfred, Secretary St. Louis Gas Light Co.company , 100 nnorth First.
Chaffin, Edwin, gents, furnishing store 116 nnorth First.
Chamberlain, M.,wdealer in china glass and earthen ware, 22 nnorth 1st.
Chamberlain, Benj. B., accountant , 109 nnorth Seventh.
Chambers, J. H., clerk , 143 nnorth First.
Chambers, A. B., Editor Republican, res.residence ccorner Elm and Sixth.
Chambers, Col. William, ccorner Fourth and Walnut.
Chambers, David, (CFH & co ) merchant , res.residence 143 Market.
Chambers, Charles, Washington Avenue bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Champaigne, John B., carpenter , 35 nnorth Seventh.
Chandler, J., deputy harbor master and lumber inspector , 28 nnorth Front.
Chandler, B. F., clerk , Walnut bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Chandon, Jos., pedlar , St. George's.
Chapin, Col. Erastus, Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
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Chapman, Isaac L., blacksmith , Broadway bbetween Davis and Valentine.
Chapman, Walter A., laborer , Marion bbetween Church and Decatur.
Chapman, D. H., family grocer and confectioner , ccorner Market and 3d.
Chapman, C.dyer , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Chapouil, Madam Mary, confectioner , 33 Market.
Chapoton, A. B., clerk , 52 nnorth First.
Chappell, William L., boarding house, 42 Olive.
Chappell, Thomas, confectioner , 47½ Market.
Chappell, John F., clerk , corner Olive and Fourth.
Charles, R. M., house and sign painter , 35 Vine, res.residence Tenth bbetween Morgan
and Franklin Avenue.
Charles, Calvin H., jour.painter , 35 Vine.
Charles, Benjamin F., printer , 45 nnorth First.
Charles, G. J., Fourth, bbetween Chestnut and Pine.
Charles, Robert, jour.carpenter , 57 ssouth Third.
Charles, George, Type Foundry, Bank Alley bbetween 1st and 2d near Pine.
Charless, Joseph, (C & B ) druggist , &c., res.residence 5th bbetween Market and Walnut.
Charles & Blow , druggists and manufacturers of White Lead and
Castor Oil, 47 nnorth First.
Charles, Mrs.Sarah, widow, 2 ssouth Fifth.
Charless, Edward, family grocer, Market bbetween Fourth and Fifth, res.residence
ccorner Fourth and Walnut.
Charleville, Louis, butcher , Clark Avenue bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Charpentier, Madam Mary C., widow, Seventh bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Chase, Philip B., clerk , 13 nnorth Front.
Chase, William F., attorney at law , office 56 Chestnut, res.residence 95 Locust.
Chase, John E., dealer in country produce, 102 nnorth Third.
Chase, Dr.Robert P., office 60 Chestnut, res.residence Fifth bbetween Olive and Locust.
Chast, Benjamin C., jour.engine builder , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Chatelain, David L., painter , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Chauvin & Maxfleld , house, sign and ornamental painters , 37 Market.
Cheavens, John, carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Chenie, A. L., w and r fancy dry good merchant , 11 Market.
Chenie, Juliusclerk , 11 Market.
Chenie, Antoine, Third bbetween Plum and Almond.
Chenot, Charlesclerk , Fifth bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Chenot, Francisclerk , ccorner Front and Market.
Chesley, C. G., deputy constable , 15½ Pine.
Chew, Henry, jour.c'rp'nt'r , Tenth bbetween Morgan & Franklin Ave.avenue , Alley.
Chick, Richard, ship carpenter , 96 ssouth Second.
Child, Alonzo, office 143 nnorth First, res.residence 134 nnorth Fourth.
Child, O. W., clerk , 113 nnorth First.
Childs, Chauncy C., jour.stone cutter , 27 St. Charles.
ChildsNathaniel, Jr.junior , res.residence Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Childs, Nathaniel, Sr., saw mill, res.residence Broadway near Big Mound.
Childs, Joshua, Broadway near Big Mound.
Childs, Caleb, Broadway near Big Mound.
Childs, Joseph, ccorner Cherry and First.
Chiles & Carr , bagging factor, &c., St George's.
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Chiles, Henry T. (C & C ) bagging factory, &c., St. George's.
Chirpe, A. B., (H & C ) druggist , Second bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Cholvin, Constant, jour.moulder , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Chomeau, Henry, dyer of cloths and silks, 86 nnorth Second.
Chouteau's Water Mill , office corner First and Walnut.
Chouteau, Madam P., 110 nnorth First.
Chouteau, P.jr.junior & Co.company , American Fur Co.company , office Laurel bbetween 1st and 2d.
Chouteau, E. A., (H & C ) dry good merchant , 40 Market.
Chouteau & Valle , wholesale gro. and commission m'chts.merchants 52 nnorth Front.
Chouteau, Henry, (C & V ) grocer and commission merchant , residence
Clark Avenue bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Chouteau, A. R., w & rdry g & grocery merchant , ccorner nnorth Front & M'k't.
Chouteau, Elizabeth, colored, ccorner Randolph and Sarpy Avenue.
Christmann, John, hostler , Chestnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Christmann, Miss Catharine A., 40 Walnut.
Christy & Wiggins , w and r dry good merchant , ccorner market square, ssouth 1st.
Christy, W. T., (C & W ) dry good merchant , res.residence Broadway bbetween Cherry
and Hickory.
Christy, Michael, butcher , Clark Avenue bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Christy, William, bar keeper , 30 nnorth Front.
Church, African, Methodist , Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Church, Associate, Reformed Presbyterian, ccorner Locust and Fifth.
Church, Baptist, ccorner Chestnut and Third.
Church, Cathedral, Catholic, Walnut bbetween Second and Third.
Church, Episcopal, corner Chestnut and Fifth.
Church, Episcopal Missionary, corner Carr and Fifth.
Church, Evangelical German, ccorner Seventh and Clark.
Church, Lutheran German, corner Chestnut and Fifth.
Church, Methodist, corner Washington Avenue and Fourth.
Church, Methodist, Mound, Payne bbetween First and Second.
Church, Presbyterian, First, corner St. Charles and Fourth.
Church, Presbyterian, Second, corner Walnut and Fifth.
Church, Unitarian, corner Pine and Fourth.
Church, Universalist, at Lyceum Hall, corner Third and Pine.
Church, Xavier, St. Francis, Catholic, corner Green and Eighth.
Circuit Court, Clerk's office , ccorner Market and Fifth.
Cissier, Joseph F., 34 Myrtle.
City Hotel , Barnum & Patton , ccorner Vine and Third.
City Brewery , (J & WF & D ) Cherry bbetween Second and Broadway.
City Hall Tavern , J. W.Beachboard, , ccorner Green and Third.
City Baths , Third bbetween Market and Walnut.
Citizens' Insurance Office of Mo.Missouri , 51 nnorth First.
Claflin, Wm.William , & Co.company , w shoe and leather merchants , 138 nnorth First.
Clamorgan, Louis, Tenth bbetween Clark and Walnut.
Clapp, Benjamin, merchant , res.residence St. Charles bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Clare, Henry, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Claremont, Mrs.Harriet, bbetween Soulard's and St. George's near River.
Claremont, John, apprentice brittania ware maker , 73 nnorth 2nd, Alley.
Clark, Eck & Co.company , w dry good merchants , 73 nnorth First.
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Clark, John W., (CE & Co ) merchant , 73 nnorth First.
Clark, Theodore, clerk , 99 nnorth First.
Clark, Thomas H., 29 nnorth Front.
Clark, W. R., w grocer and produce dealer , 47 nnorth Front.
Clark, Nathan, clerk , 47 nnorth Front.
Clark, Henry L., Teller Mo.Missouri Bank , First bbetween Vine and Laurel.
Clark, R. P., boat store, 2 Laurel.
Clark, James, marble cutter , res.residence 30 Chesnut.
Clark, Elias, apprentice white and blacksmith , 7 nnorth Second.
Clark, Julius, attorney at law , Chesnut bbetween Second and Third.
Clark, J. J., M.D. , 17 Locust.
Clark, E. D., w and r leather store, 182 nnorth First.
Clark, Matthias B., jour.locksmith , 92 Prune.
Clark, Mrs.Mary, Third bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Clark, Almon, boarding house, 44 Pine.
Clark, Benjamin F., clerk , 44 Pine.
Clark & Jayne , dentists , 45 Market.
Clark, Dr.J. S., (C & J ) dentist , 45 Market.
Clark, Henry P., jour.tailor , Fourth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Clark, W. G., clothing merchant , (JC & G ) 4th bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Clark, M. Lewis, civil engineer and superintendent gas works, res.residence
ssouth First, last brick house.
Clark, Chas. A., jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Clark, Ann C., servant , Fifth bbetween Locust and Olive.
Clark, Matilda, col'dcolored wash woman , 69 Olive.
Clark, Joshua, jour.stone mason , Franklin Avenue bbetween 11th and 12th.
Clark, Fred., jour.carpenter , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Clark & Dunham , butchers , res.residence ccorner Second and Vine.
Clark, Elias C., (C & D ) butcher , ccorner Second and Vine.
Clark, Patrick, mill engineer , Second beyond Mound.
Clark, Silas, jour.stone cutter , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Clark, Lewis, carpenter , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Lafayette & Franklin
Clark, Elbridge G., Deputy Marshall , 86 ssouth Third.
Clark, Robt. P., r grocery, Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Clark, Levi B., boarding house, 78 Market.
Clarke, Geo. N., brick maker , St. Charles Way bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Clarson, Robt., jour.carpenter , ccorner Spruce and Sixteenth.
Class, Michael, jour.cooper , Myrtle bbetween First and Front.
Clay, Littlebury, wood merchant , Third bbetween Plum and Poplar.
Clay, Henry, jour.cooper , Third bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Clay, Rev.reverend George, Fourth bbetween Mulberry and Cedar, Alley.
Clay, Littleburyjr.junior , Fourth bbetween Mulberry and Cedar.
Cleary, Edward A., 69 Market.
Cleary, Mrs.Mary, dress and corset maker , 69 Market.
Cleary, Edmund, ssouth bbetween bar keeper , 145 nnorth Seventh.
Cleaveland, Miss Mary, Sen., dress maker , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth
Cleaveland, Miss Mary, Jr.junior , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Cleaveland, Miss Lucy, Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Cleghorn & Brother , w and rdg and grocery merchants , 16 ssouth First.

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Cleghorn, J. W., (C & B ) dry goods and grocery merchant , 16 ssouth First.
Cleghorn, E. B., (C & B ) dry goods and grocery merchant , 16 ssouth First.
Cleland, Beriah, house mover , 97 Chesnut.
Clemens, James, jr.junior , merchant , office and res.residence 74 Market.
Clemments, Fred., basket maker , St. George's.
Clen, Michael, Elm bbetween First and Second.
Clifford, E. M., portrait & miniature painter , Pine bbetween Second & Third.
Clifford, John, jour.boot maker , 19 Green.
Clim, Fred., Second bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Cline, Joseph, laborer , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Cloney, Thomas W., apprentice tailor , Fourth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Close, Philip, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Clough, Stephen S., Tenth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Clough, Jesse, jour.carpenter , ccorner Third and Walnut.
Cluseau, Marcellen, barber , ccorner Second and Market.
Coale, Samuel A., merchant , Fifth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Coats, John, butcher , St. Charles Road near Grave Yard.
Coats, B. W., jour.tailor , Fourth, 2 doors below Pine.
Cobb, Henry L., (D & C ) attorney at law , 59 Pine.
Coburn, O. D., clerk , 122 nnorth Third.
Coburn, Miss Fanny A., 122 nnorth Third.
Cochran, Hugh, Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Cochrane, John, clerk , 17 nnorth Front.
Cody, Henry, laborer , St, George's.
Coffey, Dr.Thos., (JBC & Co.company ) white lead manufactory, res.residence ccorner Vine
and Third, City Hotel.
Coffin, Gordon, brick maker , Mulberry bbetween First and Second.
Cogswell, John, (H & C ) sash and blind makers , 191½ nnorth First.
Cohen, Wm.William, watch maker , 35½ ssouth First.
Cohen, Thomas, Alderman , res.residence 39 ssouth First.
Cohen, Albert B., clerk , 119 nnorth First.
Cohen, H. H., w and r clothing and robe dealer , 57 nnorth Front.
Colburn, G. D., clerk , 21 nnorth First.
Colburn & Coolidge , dealers in wooden wares, & c., 13 nnorth First.
Colburn, Mrs.Maria B., widow, Third bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Colby, P. S., Prune bbetween First and Second.
Cole, Robt. A., jour.saddler , 37 nnorth First.
Cole, John, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Cole, Benoni, teamster , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Cole, Thos., brick layer , Fourteenth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Gay.
Coleman, John B., clerk , 69 nnorth First.
Coleman, S.O. & N. , wood turners , 73 nnorth Second, Alley.
Coleman, Nathan, (SO & NC ) wood turner , res.residence 73½ nnorth Second.
Coleman, Wm.William T., clerk , Second bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Collier, George, Fourth bbetween St. Charles and Washington Avenue.
Collier, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
Collier, Alexander, colored barber , 37 Vine.
Collins, Morris, clerk , 129 nnorth First.
Collins, John, carpenter , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
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Collins, James, jour.moulder , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Collins, Mrs.Eliza, widow, 116 Olive.
Collins, Bartlet, colored laborer , Clark bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Collins, William, teamster , Buel bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Collins, John, laborer , St. George's.
Collins, Charles, res.residence Broadway above Cherry.
Collinsworth, Sterling C., jour.tobacconist , 9 nnorth First.
Colon, Abraham, sign and ornamental painter , 34 Locust.
Colston, Edward, grate maker.
Colt, Samuel H., (B & C ) boot and shoe dealer , 118 nnorth First.
Colt & Dodd , attornies at law , 22 Chesnut.
Colt, James B., attorney at law , (C & D ) 22 Chesnut.
Coltman, Wm.William, laborer , Church bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Columbian House , Second near Rutgers.
Columbus Coffee House , C.Noseda, , 9 nnorth First.
Colver & Co.company , Upholsters , 26 nnorth Second.
Colver, T. & D. , family grocery, ccorner Third and Spruce.
Colver, Thomas, (T & DC ) grocer and carpenter , res.residence 66 Spruce.
Colver, Daniel, (T & DC ) grocer and carpenter , res.residence 64 Spruce.
Colvin, John W., student at law, 26 Olive.
Commons, Thomas, assistant county clerk , courthouse.
Compe, August, r grocery, ccorner Sixth and Morgan.
Compte, Auguste, saddler , Jackson bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Comstock, J.F., & Co.company , w and r boot and shoe dealers , 34 nnorth First.
Comstock, Anson L., (JFC & Co ) res.residence Wash. Ave.avenue bbetween Fourth & Fifth.
Condit, David S., jour.carpenter , Third bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Condit, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Third bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Condon, J., Orleans coffee house, 55 nnorth Front.
Condon, Richard, Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Condon, Patrick, furniture car, Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Conger, Miss Laura, 44 Pine.
Congle, J. B., jour.saddler , 37 nnorth First.
Conklin, Richard, mill engineer , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Conklin, Luther, plane maker , Skinner bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Conn, Geo. W., jour.carpenter , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Conner, Mrs.Rebecca, 70 Locust.
Conner, Robt., ccorner Myrtle and Seventh.
Connor, Thos. D., clerk , ccorner Oak and Front.
Connet, John , S., jour.cabinet maker , 162 nnorth First.
Conney, Francis, Market Garden, Papin Addition, near River.
Conoly, Lawrence, jour.upholsterer , 57 Green.
Conoywer, Louis, blacksmith , Mulberry bbetween First and Second.
Conrad, Peter, laborer , Front bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Conrad, Adam, blacksmith , 74 Pine.
Conrad, Francis, laborer , 12 ssouth Fourth.
Conroy, Michael, drayman , 125 nnorth Fifth.
Consaul, Col. Jos., stage proprietor , office Olive, 2 doors above Fourth.
Consinant, J. Baptiste, shoe maker , Second bbetween Cedar aud Plum.
Convoy, Louis, hostler , 50 Chesnut.
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Conway, Thomas, Jackson House, 61 nnorth Front.
Conway, Owen, bar keeper , 61 nnorth Front.
Conway, Fred. R., recorder U.S. land titles, 7th bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Conway, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Conzelman, G., upholster and paper hanger, 5½ nnorth Second.
Cook, Otis, jour.printer , 28½ nnorth First.
Cook, M. C., M.D. , 66 nnorth First.
Cook, Samuel, jour.butcher , St. Charles road bbetween 16th and 17th.
Cook, Peter, jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Cook, Sebastian, shoe maker , Third bbetween Convent and Sycamore, alley.
Cooke, Albert R., (B & C ) d good merchant , 2 nnorth First and 15 Market.
Cooke, Miss Delia, Seminary, 47 ssouth Fifth.
Cookson, John, jour.wagon maker , 28 Green.
Coolidge, Curtis, (C & C ) dealer in wooden ware, 13 nnorth Front.
Coonce, Felix, res.residence Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Coons, Geo. W., wholesale and retail dry good and grocery merchant ,
1 ssouth Front, res.residence ccorner Cedar and Fourth.
Coons, Mrs. Mary A., widow, Eleventh bbetween Green and Morgan.
Coons, MrsMary, widow, ccorner Second and Walnut.
Coons, Chas., tailor , Ninth, bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Coop, John, ssouth bbetween engineer , Eleventh near Morgan.
Cooper, Wm.William G., Powhattan house, 57 ssouth 1st, res.residence 9th bbetween Chesnut & Pine.
Cooper, William, clerk , Eighth, bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Cooper, Jesse, jour.plow maker , 237 nnorth First.
Copp, Samuel, jr.junior , book keeper , 79 nnorth First.
Copson, Daniel, sash and blind maker , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Coquelet, J. B., laborer , Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Corbin, A. R, 32 Morgan.
Cordell, Mrs.L. L., Teacher Public School, ccorner Spruce and Fourth.
Cordes, A. C, Weston House and family grocery, ccorner Fifth and Olive.
Corl, J. H., city guager and inspector of domestic liquors, 47 nnorth Front.
Corlay, Joseph, calker , Washington Avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Corley, W. C., chair and cabinet maker , 26 Pine.
Cornthwait & Co.company , druggists , Fourth near ccorner Olive.
Cornthwait, D. Wilson, (C & Co ) Fourth near ccorner Olive.
Cornucopiae coffee house , 14 Olive.
Corse, James M., wholesale druggist , 69 nnorth First.
Corse, Wm.William H., clerk , 69 nnorth First.
Corse, Wm.William, jour.printer , Alley bbetween Third & 5th & Convent & Rutgers.
Corwin, Mrs.Mary, widow, Cedar bbetween Second and Third.
Coser, Chas., bar keeper , ccorner Second and Olive.
Cosgrave, Mrs.Ann, widow, 145 nnorth Seventh.
Cosper, Wm.William, jour.shoe maker , 164 nnorth First.
Cotton, Geo. W., ssouth bbetween engineer , 157 nnorth First.
Coughlan, Mrs.Jane, widow, ccorner Pine and First.
Coulter, L., clerk , 160 nnorth First.
Coulter, Wm.William, brick moulder , Eleventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
County Court Recorder's office , court house.
County Jail , G. C.Melody, , jailor , ccorner Sixth and Chesnut
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Court House , Fourth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Coursault, Edward, clerk , 70 nnorth First.
Couzins, John D., watchman & carpenter , 2d bbetween Hazel & Lombard.
Couzins, Mrs.Mary, widow, Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Cove, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Cowie, John, weigh master at old market, res.residence 96 ssouth Second.
Cowie, James, jour.saddler , 140 nnorth First.
Cowles, Mrs.Betsey, widow, 113 ssouth Third.
Cowles, William P., clerk , 113 ssouth Third.
Cox, Peter, colored barber , 26½ Olive.
Cox, Jacob B., teamster , Frankiln Avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Cox, Thomas, jour.moulder , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Cox, Thomas J., mill engineer , Fourth bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Cox, David, laborer , Thirteenth bbetween Spruce and Lane.
Coxe, Henry S., Pres't. Mutual Insurance Company , res.residence 29 Chesnut.
Coyle, John, nailer and white smith , Fourth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Cozzens & Matras , city and county sur'vrs. and estate br'ks. , 28 Pine.
Cozzens, Wm.William H., (C & M ) city and county surveyor and estate broker
res.residence ccorner Seventh and Elm.
Cozzens, William F., (H & C ) copper smith , 158 nnorth Third.
Crabtree, Benj., teamster , Mound bbetween Broadway and Second.
Craft, Mrs.Hannah, 23 Green.
Craft, Miss Bithema, Sixth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Craig, Adam D., drayman , 34 Pine.
Craig, Alexander, jour. blacksmith, Seventh bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Craige, James, jour.cabinet maker , 12 nnorth Third.
Cramer, John, (H & C ) cut glass manufacturers , 73 nnorth Second, alley.
Cramer, John, market man , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Crane, Benj. F., watchmaker and jeweller , 13 nnorth First.
Crane, J. H., jour.upholster , 26 nnorth Second.
Crane, Henry, stage driver , ccorner Market and Eighth.
Crangle, Peter, ship carpenter , Madison, near Welch's Mills.
Crater, Boatlin, blacksmith Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Craven, Robert, jour.maltster , Cherry bbetween Second and Third.
Cravy, Francis, col'dcolored ssouth bbetween fireman , ccorner Eighth and Spruce.
Cravy, Catharine, col'dcolored wash woman , ccorner Eighth and Spruce.
Cravy, Phillis, col'dcolored wash woman , ccorner Eighth and Spruce.
Crawford, Frazier, jour.tinner , 43 nnorth First.
Creaighead, George, (W & C ) painter , res.residence Locust near Second.
Creighton, John, jour.book binder , 132 nnorth Second.
Crelle, Francis, jour.carpenter , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Creman, Gerad, laborer , ccorner Seventh and Biddle.
Cremore, John, furrier , Market bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Crickmur, John P., jour.carriage maker , ccorner Second and Olive.
Crimmier, Timothy, porter , 157 nnorth First.
Crinion, Richard, stone cutter , Ninth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Cristmann, Martin, laborer , Hazel bbetween Second and Third.
Crittenden, Hiram, paper dealer and commission m'chantmerchant , 134 nnorth First.
Crittenden, A. F., bar keeper , 157 nnorth First.

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Croake, James, drayman , Sixth bbetween Green and Washington Avenue.
Crockett, Joseph B., attorney at law , office ccorner Olive and First, res.residence ccorner
Eighth and Olive.
Crole, John M., ssouth bbetween engineer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Cromwell, Oliver, Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Cromwell, Oliver, Jr.junior , ssouth bbetween man , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Cron, George, jour.carriage maker . Second bbetween Oak and Prune.
Cronenbold, F. W., foreman printer , 45 nnorth First.
Cronk, Andrew, blacksmith , Payne bbetween First and Second.
Crook, Lewis, drayman , Cedar bbetween Second and Third.
Crooker, Alanson, clerk , 52 nnorth First.
Crooks, Richard, huckster , 16 ssouth First.
Croos, Henry, jour.mill stone maker , 203 nnorth First.
Cross, Mrs.Margaret widow, Fifth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Cross, Bryan, stage proprietor , office ccorner Fourth and Pine.
Croteau, Francis, jour.carpenter , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Crow, Tevis & McCreery , w dry good merchants , 99 nnorth First.
Crow, Wayman, (CT & McC. ) wdgm'chantmerchant , res.residence ccorner Olive and 8th.
Crow, Mrs.Louisa, ccorner Olive and Eighth.
Crow, Thomas, ssouth bbetween engineer , Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Crowell, George, brick layer , ccorner Eleventh and Carr.
Crowler, Thos., laborer , 64 Olive.
Crowley, Dennis, provision store, 30½ nnorth Front.
Crowther, Jas,blacksmith , U. S.Arsenal, , res.residence Pine bbetween Third & Fourth.
Crozier, Alexander, jour.boiler maker , Fifth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Cruces, Thomas, Second bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Cruchon, Alexander, confectioner , 150 ssouth Second.
Cruess, Peter, Justice of the Peace, Second, near ccorner Wood.
Crump, F., musician , ccorner Cedar and Third.
Crumpton, Samuel E., chair maker , 117 nnorth Second.
Cruttenden, Joel, First bbetween Almond and Spruce.
Cubrod, Alexander, jour.barber , 197 nnorth First.
Culligan, Miss Bridget, servant , Carr bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Culpen, Vincent, laborer , Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Culver, Henry, M.D. , (AM & Co ) res.residence Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Cumiskey, Patrick, cabinet finisher , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Cumiskey, Terrence, jour.shoe maker , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Cummings, Thos., jour.brass founder , 191 nnorth First.
Cummings, Luther G., clerk , 74 nnorth First.
Cummings, Mrs.Almira, 69 nnorth Sixth.
Cummings, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Cummins, James, boarding house, Fourth near ccorner Olive.
Cummins, James A., clerk , Fourth near ccorner Olive.
Cummins, Robert A., boarding house, carpenter , 41 Market.
Cummins, Mrs.Mary A., widow, seamstress, 169 nnorth Fourth.
Cuniffe, John B., clerk , ccorner Morgan and Third.
Cuniffe, Henry J., clerk , 36 Market.
Cuno, Charles A., clerk , 10 Market.
Curdy, Alonzo M., jour.carpenter , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
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Curle & Bateman , general agents and com.commission of estates , 25 Locust.
Curle, Richmond J., general ag't & com.commission of estates , (C & B) 25 Locust.
Curnan, Bernard, lime kiln, Madison, near, Welch's Mill.
Curren, Joseph, jour.painter , 201 nnorth First.
Curry, Henry, coffee house, 21 nnorth Front.
Curry, Mrs.Agnes, widow, Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Curtain, Joseph, gunsmith , St. George's .
Curtis, B., 63 nnorth Front.
Curtis, William, Jefferson House, 46½ nnorth First.
Curtis, Loomis, cook , 198 nnorth First.
Curtis, Harvey, ssouth bbetween engineer , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Curtis, Nicolas, carter , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Curtman, Charles, joursaddler , 33 ssouth First.
Cushman, E. C.A., founder , Biddle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Cusick, John, drayman , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Cusick, Mrs.Mary, widow, Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Cutler, Wm.William, apprentice carriage maker , ccorner Second and Olive.
Cyle, Louis, colored drayman , 8 nnorth Second.
D.
Dabbs, Geo. W., laborer , Marion bbetween ssouth Market and Church.
Dabbs, Mrs.Mary, widow, Marion bbetween ssouth Market and Church.
Dabney, Henry, col'dcolored porter , Fifth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Daggett, John D., Mayor , 80 ssouth First.
Daggett, James, drayman , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Dahill, Wm.William, retail grocery , ccorner Third and Myrtle.
Daive, James, ship carpenter , Madison, near dry dock mill.
Dalgliesh, Walter, clerk , 31 ssouth First.
Dallam, Richard B., Jr.junior , jour.turner , 73 nnorth Second, Alley.
Dallam, Aquilla, jour.baker , 28 nnorth Second.
Dallam, Josias M., Twelfth bbetween St. Charles Road and Morgan.
Dallam, A. P., baker , Twelfth bbetween St. Charles Road and Morgan.
Dallam, Josias W., clerk , Twelfth bbetween St. Charles Road and Morgan.
Dallam, R. B., City Auditor , 76 Myrtle.
Dallam, Ann, col'dcolored wash woman , 27 Myrtle.
Dalton, Richard, drayman , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Damene, Wm.William , laborer , Wash bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Dammer, Henry, (N & D) Eagle Tavern , 91 nnorth Front.
Dana, David P,, (B & D) Globe Tavern, 8 Market Square.
Danebruck, Adam, drayman , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Danforth, Charles, ssouth bbetween man , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Daniels, Wm.William, (A & D) St. Louis Dying Establishment, 170 ssouth Second.
Daniels, Col. Sam'l., keeper work house, St. Louis Commons .
Dannell, Jerome, jour.stone mason , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Darby, & Knox, attornies at law, 25 Pine.
Darby, John F., (D & K) attorney at law, res.residence 154 nnorth Sixth.
Darby, Socrates, jour.tinner , 27 nnorth First.
Dard, Theodore, veterinary doctor , Carondelet Ave.avenue , St. George's.
Dard, L. T., veterinary doctor , Carondelet Avenue, St. George's.
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Darley, John S., cabinet manufactory, 148 nnorth Second, res.residence Prune bbetween Se-
cond and Third.
Darley, Wm.William , jour.cabinet maker , 148 nnorth Second.
Darlington, T. M., cabinet maker , 25 St. Charles.
Darlington, Gabriel D., jour.cabinetmaker , Eighth bbetween Carr it Wash.
Darst, Robert, (G & D) merchant , res.residence ccorner Fifth and Myrtle.
Darst, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Dathe, G., jour.cigar maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Myrtle.
Daugherty, James, attorney at law , ccorner Fourth and Walnut.
Daum, Henry, laborer , Madison near Welch's Mill.
Davidson, James W., ssouth bbetween carpenter , ccorner Seventh and Washington Ave.
Davidson, Mrs.Rhoda, widow, ccorner Seventh and Washington Avenue.
Davidson, Jesse, ssouth bbetween pilot , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Davien, Darby J., laborer , w Mound, near Broadway.
Davis, Du Portal, clerk , Seventh opposite ccorner Elm.
Davis, Tilden & Richards, w and rdg and grp.d'I'rs , 7 and 9 Market.
Davis, Samuel, (DT & R) w and rdg and gro.mch't . 7 and 9 Market.
Davis, John, (L & D)tailor , 41 nnorth First.
Davis, John, hat and cap manufacturer and dealer , 35 nnorth First.
Davis, L., agent for Quincy Mills , 6 Olive.
Davis, H.N. & Co.company , w grocers and commission merchants , 61 nnorth Front.
Davis, Andrew L., jour.turner ,73 nnorth Second, alley.
Davis, George, jour.maltster , Cherry bbetween Second and Broadway.
Davis, Merrill, carpenter , Sixth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Davis, Enoch, apprentice fancy baker , 47 nnorth Fourth.
Davis, Joseph, jour.varnisher and cabinet maker , Green bbetween 9th & 10th.
Davis, John H., Jour. carpenter , Morgan near Ninth.
Davis, Nathan, carpenter , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Davis, William, jour.cooper , ccorner Front and Myrtle.
Davis, G. W., family grocery , ccorner Spruce and Fifth.
Davis, John, jour.bricklayer , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Davis, Russell, drayman , Fourteenth bbetween Clark Avenue and Lane.
Davis, William, painter , Sixth bbetween Green and Washington Avenue.
Davis, Samuel, carpenter , ccorner Seventh and Biddle.
Davis, George W., stone mason , Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Davis, Robert, stone mason , Sixth bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Davis, William, jour.stone mason , Eighth bbetween Myrtle and Spruce, alley.
Davis, Mrs.Rachael, widow, Sixth bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Davis, William, brick maker , ssouth Market bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Davis, Ely, jour.carpenter , Card'lt.Ave.avenue bbetween Lafayette and Franklin.
Daw, Patrick, blacksmith , Second bbetween Oak and Prune.
Dawkins, Thomas, gardner , Spruce bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Dawson, John, clerk , 61 nnorth Front.
Dawson, Joseph, family grocery , 156 Broadway.
Dawson, Mrs.Mary, widow, Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Dawson, Miss Eliza, Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Dawson, Ellis, ssouth bbetween engineer, 53 Elm.
Dawson, Andrew, cook , 53 Elm.
Dawson, Wm.William R., gen'l agent and collector , 7th bbetween Market and Walnut.
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Day, F. O., clerk , 24 nnorth First.
Day, James, jour.saddler , 140 nnorth First.
Day, Thomas, Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Day, Ezekiel, carpenter , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Day, Miss Susan, Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Day, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Myrtle bbetween Second and Third.
Dayton, ,
Dayton, John, ccorner Florida and First.
Deakers, Lambert, brick layer , 66 St. Charles.
Deal, Conrad, butcher , 98 Prune.
Dean, Mrs.Harriet, widow, 174 nnorth Fourth.
Deaver, L., clothing m'chantmerchant , ccorner Vine & 1st , res.residence Olive bbetween Fifth & Sixth.
Deaver, Mrs.J., widow, Olive bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Deaver, Miss Elizabeth, Olive bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Deaver, Miss Caroline, Olive bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Deck, Miss Eliza A., St. Charles bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Decker, —, jour.boiler maker , Broadway bbetween Pear and Hickory.
Decker, Wm.William, paper box maker , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Decou, Robert, hat manufacturer , (S & D) 61 Olive.
Decken, Henry, quarrier , Third near Rutgers.
Degerhard, L., clerk , post office.
Deibil, Michael, shce maker , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Deier, William, brick maker , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Delany, Dennis, M.D. , office 28 nnorth Third, res.residence 46 nnorth Third.
Delany, John, laborer , 127 nnorth Fifth.
Delany, James, jour.stone cutter , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Delany, Stephen, laborer , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Delargy, Michael, porter , 13 3 nnorth First.
Delargy, Charles, laborer , 169 nnorth Fourth.
Dell, David, jour.wagon maker , Green bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Delmore, William, wagon maker , 85 nnorth Second.
Delphi Coffee House , Olive bbetween First and Second.
Dempsey, Thomas, stone mason , Ninth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Dempsey, Richard, stone mason , Walnut bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Denison, Henry, (F & D) Fourteenth bbetween Spruce and Lane.
Denning, J. W., jour.tailor , 83 nnorth First.
Denny, James, butcher , Plum bbetween First and Second.
Denny, Thomas, butcher , St. George's.
Deno, Alexander, furrier , Plum bbetween First and Second.
Dent, —assistant clerk circuit court, ccorner Fifth and Market.
Depew, R. & Son , drapers and tailors , 32 Chesnut.
Depew, Thomas, (RD & S) draper and tailor , 32 Chesnut.
Dernent, Richard, jour.painter , 45 ssouth First.
Deroin, E.V. & Co.company , w and r druggists , 46 nnorth First.
Deroin, Emanuel, clerk , 46 nnorth First.
Derr, William, tailor , 8 Vine, res.residence Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Derr, Miss Barbara, St. George's.
Darrickson, Charles, clerk , Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
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Dersch, Christopher, carter , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Derusha, August, Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Desere, Jacques, colored ssouth bbetween pilot , 49 Olive.
Desner, John, laborer , ssouth eeast corner Soulard's Addition.
Dessaint, Louis C., cabinet m'fty., ccorner Vine and Second.
Deterding, Frederick, jour.shoe maker , 49 Market.
Determan, Anton, laborer , Third d Convent and Rutgers.
Deters, Henry, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddie and Davis.
Nicolascarpenter , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Devillars, N. & Co.company , hardware and liquor merchants , 6 ssouth First.
Devine, Charles, family grocery , Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Devine, John, butcher , ccorner Green and Eighth.
Devine, William, laborer , Ninth bbetween Green and Washington Avenue.
Devis, John, jour.cigar maker , ccorner Second and Florida.
Devlin, Charles, jour.blacksmith , 88 Prune.
Devlin, John, jourcabinet maker , 12 nnorth Third.
Dewire, William, laborer , Lombard bbetween First and Second.
Dewitt, Abraham, ssouth bbetween captain , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Dewitt, George, clerk , 167 nnorth Fourth.
De Baum, George, Jr.junior , clerk , 97 nnorth First.
De Forest, J. P., (E & De F) stove dealer , &c., res.residence Sixth bbetween Morgan
and Green.
De Freee, —, clerk , 30 nnorth First.
De Lange, Mordicai, clerk , 140 nnorth First
De Lisle, Julius, French Teacher , Third bbetween Market and Walnut.
De Lisle, John, ssouth bbetween Pilot , Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
De Lisle,, Alexandre, painter , Second bbetween Poplar and Mulberry.
De Lorge, Baptiste, laborer , Plum bbetween First and Second.
De Moulin, John B., jour.brick layer , 8 nnorth Second.
De Mun, Julius, clerk county court, res.residence 50 nnorth Sixth.
De Silet, D., ccorner Walnut and Third.
De Voy, Nicolas, grader , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
De Voy, Dennis, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
De Ward, Mrs.Margaret C., widow, ccorner Florida and Broadway.
De Young, M., clerk , 109 nnorth First
Dibble, Miss Lovisa, Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Dibble, Miss Colata, Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Dickinson, Elizabeth, col'dcolored wash woman , Oak bbetween First and Second.
Dickmann, Hermann H., drayman , 144 Green.
Dickmann, Fred., blacksmith , ccorner Seventh and St. Charles.
Dickmann, Miss Catharine, 68 Chesnut.
Dicks, John R., (W & D) merchant tailor , res.residence Walnut bbetween 3rd & Fourth.
Dickson, Charles K., 53 nnorth First.
Dieckmeyer, Henry, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Diekamp, Mrs.Margaret, widow, 131 nnorth First.
Diekamp, Miss Louisa, 131 nnorth First.
Diel, Adam, jour.cooper , Myrtle bbetween First and Front.
Diel, Jacob, cabinet maker , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
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Diepenbrock, Mrs.R., widow, Franklin Avenue, ccorner Ninth.
Diepenbrock, John, pedlar , Franklin Avenue, ccorner Ninth.
Diepenbrock, William, jour.carpenter , ccorner Twelfth and Biddle.
Dierckerhoff, Christian, jour.stone cutter , Almond bbetween First and Second.
Dierckson, Adolph, foreman sugar refinery, Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Dierking, Henry, laborer , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Diestelhorst, Henry, carpenter , Myrtle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Dieterich, Ferdinand, tobacconist , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Dieterich, John C., skin dresser , St. George's.
Diettmann, Conrad, tailor , 66 Locust.
Dietz, William A., confectioner , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Dietz, Christopher, laborer , Payne bbetween First and Madison.
Diffenmeier, Henry, laborer , 178 nnorth First.
Difley, Peter, jour.bricklayer , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Diginhardt, Joseph, carpenter , Madison near dry dock mill.
Dikeman, W. R., auction and commission merchant ccorner Main and Pine.
Dill, J. W., plasterer , Fourth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Dillon, Mrs.MaryA., widow, ccorner Fifth and Myrtle.
Dillon, Charles C., retail dry good merchant , 35 Market.
Dillon, Philip, laborer , Market bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Dillon, Bernard, clerk , Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Dillon, P. M., Gratiot bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Dillon, John, butcher , Seventeenth bbetween Clark and Walnut.
Dinan, Timothy, steward , Olive bbetween First and Second.
Dinckler, Philip, jour.shoe maker , 38 ssouth First.
Dings, Frederick, brush manufactory, Second bbetween Pine and Olive.
Dinmore, William H., clerk , Post Office.
Dinn, & Grubb, Missouri seed store, 6 nnorth First.
Dinn, Walter, (D & G) Missouri seed store, 6 nnorth First.
Dinney, Lawrence, jour.carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Dinnies & Radford , booksellers and stationers , 74 nnorth First.
Dinnies, J. C., [D & R] bookseller and stationer , 74 nnorth First.
Dirlam, Henry, jour.gratemaker , 59 nnorth First.
Ditlot, Nicolas, stone mason , Carondelet near Wood.
Dittmer, Hermann, retail grocer , 153 Broadway.
Dix, Edward H., clerk , 18 nnorth Front.
Dix, Thomas J., clerk , ccorner Morgan and Tenth.
Dixon, Patrick, stone mason , Almond bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Dixon, & Mitchell, seventh saw mill, nnorth St. Louis .
Doan, J. P., merchant , res.residence Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Dobbins, Maj., west Big Mound.
Dobbyns, J. R., carpenter , Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Docker, John, slater , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Docker, Mrs.Eliza, private school, Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Dodd, Albert, attorney at law , 22 Chesnut.
Dodd, Bithuel, bar keeper , 198 nnorth First.
Dodd, James, ssouth bbetween mate , 74 Locust.
Dodge, Samuel D., clerk , Green near Fifth.
Dodge, Ezra, exchange broker , 76 nnorth First.
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Doernte, Charles, cigar maker , ccorner Second and Almond.
Doellner, Henry, [S & D] sign and ornamental painter , 11 nnorth Second.
Doench, Dr.Wm.William, apothecary , nnorth Second near Market, res.residence 17 nnorth Third.
Doggett, Lesley, blacksmith , res.residence Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Dohrmann, & Mueller, merchant tailors , 80 Prune.
Dohrmann, C.H., [D & M] 80 Prune.
Dohrmann, James, jour.blacksmith , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Dohrmann, Frederick, lock and gun smith , 53 ssouth First.
Dolde, Henry, baker , ccorner Second and Poplar.
Doll, C. & J., family grocers , 133 nnorth Third.
Doll, Conrad, (C & JD) grocer , 133 nnorth Third.
Doll, Jacob, [C & JD] grocer , 133 nnorth Third.
Doll, Bernard, jour.shoe maker , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Doll, Miss Mary A., Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Donald, Miss Margaret, 33 Market.
Donaldson, & Hall, plane and edge tool manufacturers , 25 nnorth First.
Donaldson, James, [D & H] plane maker , &c., Pine bbetween 8th and 9th.
Donaldson, Isaac P., watchman , Fifth bbetween Carr & Wash.
Donaly, Mrs.Ellen, widow, Sixteenth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Donavan, Francis H., jour.tailor , 39 nnorth First.
Donegan, J. J., variety store, 20 ssouth First.
Donegan, Mrs.Mary, millinery store, 32 ssouth First.
Donegan, Miss Ellen, servant , 30 Locust.
Donely., Matthew, laborer , 28 Green.
Donnel, & Blood, sign, house & ornamental painters , 9 nnorth Second.
Donnel, James, [D & B] res.residence 118 Olive.
Donnellan, John, Sr., grader and paver , 79 nnorth Third.
Donnellan, John, Jr.junior , grader and paver , 79 nnorth Third.
Donoho, Terrence, bar keeper , ccorner Morgan and Fifth.
Donoho, Michael, laborer , 28 Green.
Donoho, Terrence, jour.stone mason , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Donoho, Timothy, jour.brick layer , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Donoho, George, laborer , Ninth bbetween Green and Washington Avenue.
Doogan, Thomas T.M., upholster, 25 Vine.
Dooms, Harry, col'dcolored . white washer , 27 Green.
Dorey, John, [J & WF & D] city brewery, resccorner Cherry & Broadway.
Dorey, Robert, clerk , res.residence Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Dorin, James, drayman , Green .
Dormire, John, jour.wagon maker , St. Charles bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Dorner, Peter, laborer , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Soulard and Carroll.
Dorwart, David, clerk , 106 nnorth First.
Dosier, Miss Sarah A., Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Doty, Miss Jane, bonnet maker , 157 Broadway.
Doty, Mrs.Hannah, Tenth .
Doty, Mrs.P., Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Doubleday, J. W., clerk , 130 nnorth Third.
Dougherty, N. S., deputy clerk circuit court, ccorner Fifth and Market.
Dougherty, John, laborer , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Dougherty, Mrs.S. B., widow, 84 Walnut.
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Dougherty, John A., clerk , 16 nnorth First.
Dougherty, Henry, clerk , 73 nnorth First.
Dougherty, John, porter , 38 nnorth Front.
Dougherty, George, jour.tailor , Laurel near First.
Dougherty, Robert, jour.coach smith , Fourth .
Dougherty, Edward, Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Doughty, James W., w and r grocer and liquor dealer , 95 nnorth First.
Douglass, Mrs.Cornelia, widow, 46 ssouth First.
Douglass, Richard, jour.wagon maker , Green bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Dowd, James R., jour.tobacconist , 73 nnorth Second.
Dower, George, laborer , ccorner Twelfth and Carr.
Dowlan, Francis, quarrier , Madison near Water Works.
Dowler, Thomas, carpenter , ccorner Sixth and St. Charles.
Dowling, T. M., jour.cabinet maker , 11 Morgan.
Dowling, Thomas, jour.carpenter , Thirteenth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Dowling, Mrs.Elizabeth, coffee house, 75 .
Dowling, Phillip, laborer , 66 nnorth Third.
Downing, Mrs.Maria, widow, Market bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Downing, Wm.William , boot and shoe store, 166 Broadway, res.residence Fifth bbetween Wash
and Carr.
Doyle, Matthew, porter , 45 nnorth First.
Doyle, Patrick, laborer , Second bbetween Howard and Mound.
Doyle, John, stone cutter , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Drake, George W., clerk , 17 nnorth First.
Drake, & Eustace, attornies at law, Second bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Drake, Charles D., (D & E)att'y at law, res.residence 5th bbetween Locust and Olive.
Drake, Miss Mary J., Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Draper, H. M., [M & D] writing and book keeping academy, Fourth bbetween
Pine and Olive.
Draper, James F., painter , 63 Olive.
Draps, Joseph, jour.tailor , Cerre bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Dreisigaker, John, shoe maker , 83 nnorth Sixth.
Dreps, Joseph, jour.tailor , Cerre bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Dresser, & Gibson, carpenters , Third bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Dresser, Thomas, [D & G] carpenter , 97 nnorth Fourth.
Dreyer, F. A., [FAD & Co] merchant , ccorner Second and Plum.
Dreyer, G. W., [FAD & Co] merchant , ccorner Second and Plum.
Dreyer, Henry, drayman , Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Droge, Gerhard, jour.printer , 33 Pine.
Droge, Miss Catharine, Fifth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Drummer, Nancy, colored , Third bbetween Vine and Locust.
Drummond, Martin, mill wright, Wash bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Druyts, Rev.reverend J. B., D.D. , librarian St. Louis University .
Dryner, David, jour.stone cutter , 27 St. Charles.
Dryner, Miss Mary A., 27 St. Charles.
Duchouquette, John B., Duchouquette's Addition, near river.
Duerdoth, Francis, carter , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark Are., Alley.
Duescher, Franz H., laborer , ssouth Market bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Duff, Alexander, clerk , 17 nnorth Front.

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Duff, John, laborer , Myrtle bbetween Second and Third.
Duffy, Michael, drayman , 54 nnorth Sixth.
Duffy, Daniel, ssouth bbetween pilot , 27 Spruce.
Duhring, Henry, fancy dry good merchant , 10 Market.
Duhring, Andrew, agent , 10 Market, res.residence 52 Elm.
Duma, Lorenz, blacksmith , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Dunbar, George, First bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Duncan, Thomas O., Sec'ysecretary Mutual In.Co.company , res.residence Broadway bbetween Cherry &
Hickory.
Duncan, S., col'dcolored drayman , Third bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Duncan, Polly, colored , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Duncan, & Cobb, attornies at law, 59 Pine.
Duncan, John McKim, attorney at law , 59 Pine.
Duncan, Mrs.Letitia, widow, 145 Market.
Duncan, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 7th and Eighth.
Duncan, Peter, jour.cabinet maker , Washington Avenue bbetween 7th & 8th.
Duncan, Jonathan, colored , corner Morgan and Seventh.
Dunham, Harris B., butcher , (C & D) res.residence ccorner Vine and Second.
Dunnica, Fountain, ssouth bbetween engineer , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Dunn, John, stone yard , ccorner Second and Almond.
Dunn, Michael, jour.cooper , Second bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Dunn, Nicolas, jour.blacksmith , Sixth bbetween Green and Washington Ave.avenue
Dunn, Richard, laborer , St. Charles bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Dunn, John, stone cutter , Church bbetween Barry and Marion.
Dunn, Sidney, stone cutter , Church bbetween Marion and Barry.
Dunn, Henry, stone cutter , Church bbetween Marion and Barry.
Dunn, Mrs.Mary A., widow, Church bbetween Marion and Barry.
Dunn, Israel, laborer , Prune bbetween First and Front.
Dunn, Patrick, jour.locksmith , 195 nnorth First.
Dunn, John, blacksmith , 88 Prune.
Dunn, Thomas, laborer , 127 nnorth Fifth.
Dunn, Miss Bridget, ccorner Eighth and Biddle.
Dunn, Patrick, laborer , St. Charles road bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Dunn, Patrick . Eighth, ccorner Biddle.
Dunn, John, laborer , Eighth, ccorner Biddle.
Dunn, James, laborer , Eighth, ccorner Biddle.
Dunn, Martin, laborer , Eighth, ccorner Biddle.
Dunnelly, Charles, plasterer , Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
Dupre, E., importer , French fancy goods, 29 nnorth Second.
Durkam, Mrs.Mary, widow, Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Durkee, Dwight, clerk , 47 nnorth First.
Durkier, Henry, laborer , ccorner Broadway and Florida.
Durno, John K., book keeper , 74 Market.
Dusmann, Mrs.Hannah, widow, dress maker , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.
and Wash.
Du Beau, Joseph, laborer , Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Du Bois, R. M., clerk , 17 Market.
Du Bois, O., Tattersall livery stable, 67 Pine.
Du Bois,, Mrs.Almira, Fifth bbetween St. Charles and Locust.
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Du Breuil, Louis, constable , office 15 Pine, res.residence 1st bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Du Breuil, Charles, deputy constable , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Du Four, Germain, fortune teller , 34 Myrtle.
Du Frend, August, watchman , Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Du Gar, Madam Frances, widow, Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Du Mont, Charles, Locust bbetween Second and Third.
Dwyer, F., jour.tinner , 43 nnorth First.
Dwyer, T. B., clerk , 89½ nnorth First.
Dwyer, John, jour.tailor , 67 nnorth Second, alley.
Dwyer, William, tobacco dealer , Tenth bbetween Clark Avenue and Walnut.
Dye, Benjamin L., jour.plane maker , 25 nnorth First.
E.
Eads, Thomas C., boarding house, 134½ nnorth First.
Eads, Elijah C., 134½ nnorth First.
Eads, James B., 134½ nnorth First.
Eager, & Hill, attornies at law, Pine, 2 doors above First.
Eager, JohnM., attorney at law, Pine, 2 doors above First.
Eager, Joshua, paver and grader , Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
Eagle, Tavern, Nagle & Dammer , 191 nnorth First.
Eagle, Tavern, corner Poplar and Second.
Eagle, Mill, D. Marks , First, near Water Works.
Eagles, William, carpenter , First bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Eagleson, William, ssouth bbetween steward , grove west of the Pond.
Ealer, Henry A., ssouth bbetween pilot , 88 ssouth First.
Ealer, Charles N., jour.jeweler , ccorner First and Pine.
Earl, Abel, jour.plane maker , 25 nnorth First.
Early,, William H., ssouth bbetween pilot , 30 Locust.
East, H., jour.boiler maker , Broadway bbetween Pear and Hickory.
Easton, J. F., general collector and newspaper agent , 64 nnorth Fourth.
Easton, Alton R., captain of the St. Louis Greys, ccorner Sixth and Elm.
Eaton, . Nathaniel J., steamboat captain , 119 Market.
Eaton, Miss Mary J., 41 ssouth Fifth.
Eaves, Richard, jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Eayers, William, jour.carpenter , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Eayers, John, jour.carpenter , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Eayrs, George W., deputy marshal , 86 ssouth Third.
Ebenreck, Gerhard, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Eber, George S., porter , 7 Spruce.
Eberhard, Jacob, tailor , 25½ Olive.
Eberle, Valentine, cabinet maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Eberle, John, jour.cabinet maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Eberle, Charles, jour.cabinet maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Eberle, George, jour.cabinet maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Ebervein, Gottfried, jour.baker , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Eble, John, tavern and grocery , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Ebner, John, New Market Tavern, 127 nnorth Third
Eby, Cyrus, shoe maker , ccorner Eleventh and Carr.
Eck, Joseph, [CE & Co] merchant , res.residence Second bbetween Poplar and Almond.
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Eckert, Frederick, Arcade Baths, 102 nnorth Second.
Eckert, Nicolas, jour.shoe maker , 39 nnorth Seventh.
Eckert, Conrad, gardner , Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
Eckert, August, stone mason , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Eckland, William, gardner , ccorner Spruce and Thirteenth.
Eckler, Charles F., painter , Second bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Eddy, JamesH., clerk , 147 nnorth First.
Eddy, Joseph, clerk , 147 nnorth First.
Eddy, & De Forest, stove, tin and cop'r.m'ftrs.manufacturers and d'lrs. , 130 nnorth First.
Eddy, Joseph A., clerk , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Eddy, James, laborer , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Edelberg, N. & Co.company , w and r grocery merchants , 3 nnorth Front.
Edelberg, Nicolas, [NE & Co] res.residence Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Edgar, T. B., carriage & harness manufac'y, 4th bbetween Morgan & Green.
Edgar, Joseph C., carpenter , res.residence Morgan bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Edgell, S. M., clerk , 117 nnorth First.
Edgerly, Dr.C. W., dentist , 98 nnorth Second.
Edmonds, Mrs.Margaretta, widow, seamstress, 48 Locust.
Edmondson, J. F., carpenter , ccorner First and Howard.
Edmondson, Albert H., brick layer , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Edwards, A. G., 28 Vine.
Edwards, & Francis, w and r druggists, ccorner Green and Third.
Edwards, Lewis, (E & F) druggist , ccorner Green and Third.
Edwards, William, bar keeper , Carr bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Edwards, Edward R, Seventh bbetween Washington Avenue and St. Charles.
Edwards, John, carpenter , Morgan bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Efert, Henry, jour.shoe maker , 86 Prune.
Egan, John, private watchman , St. Charles bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Egelbert, John, cabinet maker , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Egenton, James, jour.blacksmith , Chesnut bbetween Third & Fourth, Alley.
Eggers, Edward, (AE & B) grocer and comm'chantmerchant , 165 nnorth First.
Eggers, S., clerk , 165 nnorth First.
Eggers, Charles, clerk , 163 nnorth First.
Ehermann, F..jour.cabinet maker , 100 nnorth Second.
Eickholtz, J. F., lottery and exchange office, res.residence 121 Market.
Eickholtz, Henry, laborer , Fourteenth bbetween Spruce and Randolph.
Eichler, George, tailor , 88 nnorth First.
Elder, John C., commission merchant , 4 Laurel.
Ellenwood, Benjamin, deputy sheriff, Olive bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Ellerding, William, jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Ellingsworth, William, jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Elliot, & Walker, retail dry good merchants , 10 nnorth First.
Elliot, Andrew, [E & W] merchant , 10 nnorth First.
Elliot, Thomas, blacksmith , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Elliot, Edward, ssouth bbetween captain , Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Elliot, Ichabod, ssouth bbetween mate , Florida bbetween First and Second.
Elliot, Rev.reverend William G., Eighth bbetween Locust and Olive.
Ellis, Samuel, clerk , 28 nnorth First.
Ellis, J. C.C., student at law, 42 Chesnut.
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Ellis, Charles, clerk , Olive bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Ellis, Vespasian, editor Bulletin, res.residence Fourth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Ellis, William, ssouth bbetween Engineer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Ellis, John, drayman , Second bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Ellis, Louisa, colored wash woman , Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Elms, Edward, hat manufacturer , ccorner Vine and Third.
Elngott, Gottfried, baker , Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Elsmueller, Henry, carter , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth.
Elworth, Mrs.Mary A., 88 ssouth Third.
Ely, Morris, bar keeper , Laurel bbetween First and Front.
Ema, John, ssouth bbetween calker , 61 Olive.
Emanuel, Jacob, [Ne & Co] w and r grocer , res.residence Spruce bbetween 1st and 2nd.
Emerson, T., chair manufactory and cabinet ware room, 91 nnorth Second,
Emerson, Mrs.Ellen, corset and dress maker , 95 nnorth Second.
Emis, Rev.reverend J. B., D.D. , Prefect of Studies, St. Louis University .
Emmet, William B., cooper , Fourth bbetween Almond and Spruce.
Emmet, Coffee House, 30 nnorth Front.
Encle, Samuel, ssouth bbetween engineer , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Enderlein, George,painter , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Soulard & Carroll .
Enders, William F., clerk , 106 nnorth First.
Enders, Martin, shoe maker , Payne bbetween First and Second.
Enders, Henry, laborer , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Enders, Nicolas, barber , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Engehausen, George, 51 nnorth Fourth.
Engehouser, Leonhard, fisherman , St. George's .
Engel, Frederick, steward, , ccorner Green and Third.
Engel, John, blacksmith , Ninth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Engelmann, & Wislezenus , M.D's, and Surgeons, ccorner Second & Chesnut.
Engelmann, George, (E & W) M.D., ccorner Second and Chesnut.
Enggelberg, Anna, cook , 147 nnorth Second.
Engle, Joseph, foreman livery stable, 90 nnorth Second.
Engle, Louis, grocer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Engle, Frederick, clerk. Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Engle, P. H., Judge Court Common Pleas, res. St. Charles bbetween 6th & 7th.
Engle, Miss Elizabeth, Payne bbetween Broadway and Second.
English, William, laborer , 8 Olive.
English, J. W., jour.shoemaker , 106 nnorth First.
English, Miss Margaret, Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory .
English, Micha, painter , ccorner St. Charles and Seventh.
English, John,laborer , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
English, Ezra, St. Louis Brewery, res.residence Second bbetween Convent & Rutgers.
English, Elkanah, carpenter , ccorner Cerre and Fourth.
Enness, Charles, clerk , 97 nnorth First.
Ennis, John, boot maker , ccorner Fourth and Chesnut.
Ennis, C. W., carpenter , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Eple, Andrew, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Epstein, Michael, laborer , ssouth market bbetween Barry and Marion.
Erdolph, —laborer , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Erin, Go Bragh Coffee House, 9 Oak.

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Erkelens, Frederick, baker and grocer , Morgan bbetween 4th and 5th.
Ernt, Peter, laborer , Short near Wood.
Erskine, Green, ccorner Sixth and Carr.
Expenchied, Louis, jour.blacksmith , 152 nnorth Second.
Essex, Jas. C., book binder , 8nnorth First, res.residence Franklin Av.avenue bbetween 7th and 8th.
essex, Julia, colored wash woman , Sixth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Est, Nicolas, watchman , Short near Wood.
Esthers,, Virginia, colored, Locust bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Eustace, John V., attorney at law , Second bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Evans, Charles, grocer and provision merchant , eeast Fourth and Chesnut.
Evans, Silas J., carpenter and builder , Morgan bbetween Sixth and Chesnut.
Evans, Mrs.Eliza, Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Evans, Joseph S., clerk , 18 Market.
Evans, Thomas, laborer , 21 Almond.
Evans, Augustus H., 27 ssouth Fifth.
Evans, Mrs.Mary, widow, Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Evens, Henry D., deputy constable , 151/2 Pine.
Everhart, John, hatter , Fourth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Evers, Henry, clerk , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Eversol, Elijah K., ssouth bbetween engineer , Morgan bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Eversol, Cyrus, ssouth bbetween engineer , Morgan bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Everist, Abijah, [E & R] coppersmith , res.residence ccorner Morgan and Tenth.
Everist, & Rogers, copper smiths , &c., First bbetween Prune and Oak.
Everist, Miss Mary A., Franklin Avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Evert, Adam, laborer , 29 ssouth First.
Eves, John C., jour.carpenter , ccorner Chesnut and Seventh.
Evil, John, bricklayer , 64 nnorth Fourth.
Evoy, Mrs.Bridget M., widow, Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Evoy, Miss Mary A., Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Ewald, Philip, barber , 15 nnorth Second.
Ewenger, Johyn, cigar maker , ccorner Almond and Second.
Ewing, William L., merchant , [Bt & Co] 26 nnorth Front.
Ewing, Mrs.Mary, nurse , 49 nnorth Second.
Ewing, Mrs.Sarah, ccorner Second and Cherry.
Eyres, Miles, locksmith and manuf'ct'r. saws & cutlery , 72 nnorth Second.
F.
Faber, Charles, beer house, Morgan bbetween Third and Fourth.
Faber, Miss Mary, servant , Eighth bbetween St. Charles and Locust.
Fach, Charles, turner , Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Faffill, Miss Mary V., Walnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Fagan, Edward, jour.stone cutter , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Fagan, Walter, porter , Eleventh bbetween Morgan and St. Charles road.
Fagan, Walter, laborer , Tenth bbetween Chesnut and Market.
Fairchild, H. C., family grocer , 162 Broadway, res.residence Collins bbetween Hickory
and Pear.
Fairfowl, H., jour.blacksmith , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Fairley, Mrs.Mary,retail dry good dealer , 83 ssouth Second.
Fairley, Matthew, miller , 83 ssouth Second.
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Fairley, Michael, laborer , Chouteau's Mill .
Fairman, William, clerk , 47 Olive.
Fales, Mentor, watchman , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Fall, John C., clerk , Sixth bbetween Green and Wash.
Fallis, Thomas, carpenter , Second bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Fallon, Wesley, jour.carriage maker , ccorner Locust and Fifth.
Falls, H. A., clerk , 102 nnorth First.
Falls, John, paper maker , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Fannen, Bernard, fur dealer , 87 ssouth First.
Fanning, Saml. C., jour.carp'tr , 12th bbetween St. Charles road and Morgan.
Fanning, Patrick, stone cutter , Wash.Ave.avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Fannon, —laborer , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Fargie, Mrs.Anna, widow, Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Farish, Mrs.Frances, widow, Fifth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Farish, John, book keeper , alley bbetween 1st and 2d and Elm and Myrtle.
Farley, Patrick, drayman , 53 Elm.
Farley, John, laborer , Short near Wood.
Farley, Michael, laborer , ccorner Plum and First.
Fallow, Nelson, ssouth bbetween man , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Farmer, L., clerk , ccorner First and Walnut.
Farmer, Henry, house and sign painter , 22 Olive, res.residence 501/2 Market.
Farmer, G. E., bar keeper , 24 Locust.
Farmer, Mrs.Mary Ann, milliner and dress maker , 501/2 Market.
Farnsworth, S.V., & Co.company , copper , tin & sheet iron m'fact'rsmanufacturers , 59 nnorth First.
Farnsworth, E. H., (SVF & Co) 59 nnorth First.
Farnsworth, V. C., jour.tinner , 59 nnorth First.
Farnum, A. A., 157 nnorth First.
Farr, Asa,jr.junior , w and r hardware merchant , 143 nnorth First.
Farr, B. S., attorney at law , 52 Chesnut.
Farrell, Michael, retail grocer , 79 nnorth Second.
Farrell, Peter, 81 nnorth Second.
Farrell, Patrick, laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Farrier, Miss Eliza, milliner , 61 ssouth First.
Farrington, George, clerk , ccorner Fourth and Chesnut.
Farrington,Samuel S., boot and shoe dealer , 110nnorth First.
Farwell, L. & A.G., & Co.company , commission merchants , 59 nnorth Front.
Farwell, Lyman, (L & AGF & Co) com.commission merchant , res.residence 37 nnorth Sixth.
Fath, Jacob, tavern, Fourth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Fath, Henry, gardner , St. George's.
Faulstick, Henry, basket maker , 123 ssouth First.
Fay, Nahum, billiard room, 31 Olive, res.residence 7th bbetween Market and Walnut.
Fecto, Jacob, calker , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Feclo, Miss Bridget, First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Fei, George, tinner , St. George's .
Feickert, Jacob, Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Feigenberger, William, laborer , 178 nnorth First.
Feigenberger, Henry,laborer , 178 nnorth First.
Feldmaana, Francis, tailor , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Feldmann, G., baker , Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
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Feley, Michael, laborer , ccorner First and Spruce.
Felix, Edward, painter , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Fella, Plazidus, boot and shoe maker , 47 Pine.
Felps, James, teamster , ccorner Morgan and Eleventh.
Felsing, Henry, bar keeper , 23 Market.
Feltner, Jacob, baker , Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Fenn, —jour.carriage maker , 111 nnorth Second.
Fente, Jacob, gardner , St. George's .
Ferguis, James, clerk , 20 ssouth First.
Ferguson, Alexander, exchange broker , (T & F) 91 nnorth First.
Ferguson, John H., harbor and lumber master , office 28 nnorth Front, res.residence
Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Ferguson, Benjamin, clerk , 149 nnorth First.
Ferguson, William Finley, (EVD & Co) druggist 46 nnorth First.
Ferguson, Mrs.Elizabeth H., widow, 13 nnorth Third.
Ferguson, D. K., Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Ferguson, Peter, judge probate court, Wash.Ave.avenue bbetween 10th and 11th.
Ferrall, John, Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
Ferrell, John, well digger , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Ferron, Joseph, bar keeper , ccorner Third and Vine.
Ferry, Daniel, laborer , 97 nnorth Sixth.
Fessenden, Charles, jour.moulder , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Fesser, Bastian, jour.carpenter , 26 nnorth Sixth.
Fett, George, jour.baker , Cherry bbetween First and Second.
Fett, Conrad, shoe maker , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Fette, William, laborer , Payne bbetween First and Madison.
Fetter, George, shoe maker , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Fetters, Ferdinand, musician , Hazel bbetween Second and Third.
Few, William, ssouth bbetween engineer , Ashley bbetween First and Second.
Fick, Andreas, laborer , Short near Wood.
Fickensthir, Miss Philipina, servant , 29 Vine.
Fiedler, Henry, tailor , Carr bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Field, R. R., w and r dry good merchant , 152 nnorth First.
Field, R. M., attorney at law , (L & F) 42 Chesnut.
Field, Spencer, ssouth bbetween captain , 124 nnorth Third.
Field, George, ssouth bbetween mate , 28 Green.
Fieldmeier, E. H., cook , 33 nnorth First.
Fieldmeier, Adolph, jour.carpenter ,Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Fields, Wm.William, (F & D ) tanner , Thirteenth bbetween Spruce and Lane.
Fieszmann, Miss Margaret, 147 nnorth Second.
Fife, Samuel, billiard room, 89 nnorth First.
Fife, Robert B., deputy sheriff , res.residence Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Fifth, W. G., Sixth, saw mill north St. Louis, res.residence Walnut bbetween 8th & 9th.
Fifield, Mrs.Louisa, widow, Third bbetween Mulberry and Cedar.
Fifth Ward House . Wm.WilliamBranagan, , ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Seventh.
Filbrock, Carssen, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Filley,0. D., tin manufacturer , 141 nnorth First.
Filley, G. F., queensware, , glass and china dealer , 145 nnorth First.
Finan, Bartholomew, jour.shoe maker , ccorner Third and Locust.
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Finch, Samuel, (S & F) family grocer , 53 Market.
Finch, Rollosson & Heylmun , writing and book keeping academy,
Fourth near ccorner Chesnut.
Finch, J. Milton, (FR & H) Fourth near ccorner Chesnut.
Finch, William F., (G & F) scale maker , res.residence Wash.Av.avenue bbetween 4th and 5th.
Findley, John, ssouth bbetween carpenter , Morgan near ccorner Eleventh.
Fine, William, watchman , Marion bbetween Carondelet Ave.avenue and ssouth Market.
Fine, Corder, laborer , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Fingen, John, laborer , Marion bbetween Buel and Meynard.
Fink, Walden, coffee House, 65 ssouth Second.
Finney, Lee & Co.company , w grocery , com.commission and boat store, 70 nnorth Front.
Finney, J. & W. & Dorey , city brewery, Cherry bbetween 2d and Broadway.
Finney, William, (F L & Co) merchant, res.residence Wash Ave.avenue bbetween 5th & 6th.
Finney, John, (FL & Co) merchant, res.residence Wash.Ave.avenue bbetween 5th and 6th.
Finney, Bernard, Sixteenth bbetween Spruce and Clark Avenue.
Finney, James, Sixteenth bbetween Spruce and Clark Avenue.
Finnigen, Mrs., 142 Green.
Fischer, John K., jour.carpenter , ccorner ssouth Market and Marion.
Fischer, Leonhard, jour.carpenter , Frank.Av.avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Fisher, Wm.William P., commission and forwarding merchant, 72 nnorth Front,
res.residence ccorner Eighth and Washington Avenue.
Fisher, J. B., w and r boot and shoe dealer , 28 nnorth First.
Fisher, James, (Z & Co) boot and shoe makers , 86 Prune.
Fisher, William, clone cutter , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Fisher, Isaac, jour, carpenter , 115 Elm.
Fisher, William, blacksmith , St. George's .
Fisher, George, stone cutter , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Marion & Barry.
Fisher, W., family grocer , Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Fisher, John, carpenter , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Fisir, Daniel, jour.stone cutter , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Fisse, Mrs.Catharine, widow, Carondelet Avenue bbetween Soulard & Carroll.
Filch, N. G., superintendent Tattersall livery stable, 67 Pine.
Fitch, Mrs.C, widow, 110 Pine.
Fithian, Thomas M., ssouth bbetween captain , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Fitting, Philip, jour.baker , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Marion and Barry.
Fittz, C. D., upholster , 981/2 nnorth Second, res.residence Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 13th & 14th.
Fitzgerald,Edward, Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Fitzgerald, Michael, drayman , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Fitzgerald, Edward, jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Fitzgerald, Francis, jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Fitzgerald, John, stone mason , Payne bbetween First and Madison.
Fitzgerald, Edward, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Fitzgerald, Louis, ssouth bbetween engineer , 12th bbetween Franklin Avenue and Rutgers.
Fitzpatrick, Wm.William, stone mason , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Fitzpatrick, F. H., Ninth bbetween Washington Avenue and St. Charles.
Fitzpatrick, John, carter , ccorner Twelfth and Carr.
Fitzpatrick, Mrs.Mary, widow,Biddle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Fitzpatrick, John, jour.plasterer , Ninth bbetween Green and Wash'g'nAve.avenue
FitzSimmons , Philip, brick maker , Tenth bbetween Market & Wash, Alley.
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Fix, Jacob, cooper , Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Flackmeyer, Franz, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Flanagan, William, paver and grader , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Flanagan, John, paver and grader , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Flato, Isaac R., clothing merchant, 59 nnorth Front.
Flandrain, Francis, carpener & builder , Poplar bbetween Second & ssouth First.
Fleck, William, Hostler , 50 Chesnut.
Fleherty, James, cabinet maker , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Fleischhauer, John, brick maker , Soulard bbetween Wash'tn. and Hamtramk.
Fleischhauer, Mrs.Parpara, widow, Soulard bbetween Wash'tn & Hamtramk.
Flemming, John, jour.pattern maker , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Flemming, Luke, ship carpenter , Second bbetween Howard and Payne.
Fletter, Kasper, jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Flinn, John, jour.shoe maker , Chesnut bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Flinn, Michael, laborer , Chesnut bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Flood, Michael, shoe maker , 92 Spruce.
FloraGarden , G.Goebel, , Soulard's Addition, west of Carondelet Ave.avenue
Flore, Charles, colored, ccorner Cedar and Second.
Flotron, Simon, laborer , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Flugge, Adolph, Family grocer , ccorner Second and Poplar.
Flugger, Louis, coffee house, ccorner Second and Spruce.
Flynn, John, drayman , Florida bbetween First and Madison.
Focken, John, baker , St. Charles road near Nineteenth.
Foerster, Alfred, shoe maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Foertsch, Christopher, jour.blacksmith , Broadway bbetween Hickory & Pear.
Fogel, John,jour.baker , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Fogel, Ulrig, laborer , Ninth bbetween Wash and Franklin Avenue.
Fogg, Ivory, jour.carpenter , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Fogus, Shelton, jour.plasterer , 95 nnorth Sixth.
Foisy, M. G., Power Pressman , 45 nnorth First.
Foley, John, (W & F) livery stable, Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Foley, Timothy, laborer , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Foley, Thomas, furniture car, Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Fontana, J., Green Room coffee house, ccorner Third and Olive.
Foos, John, jour.brick layer , Fifth, bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Foote, John G., clerk , 152 nnorth First.
Forbes, A. & L.,looking glass, comb, &ccorner , dealers , 60 nnorth First.
Forbes, Austin, (A & LF) 60 nnorth First.
Forbes, Leonard, (A & LF) 60 nnorth First.
Forbes, Dr. I., dentist , 34 nnorth Second.
Forbus, Thos, stone cutter , Seventh bbetween Wash and Franklin Avenue.
Force, Henry A., jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Force, Thomas, carpenter , Sixth ccorner Gratiot.
Ford, John, Sec'ysecretary Mo.Missouri Insurance Company , 67 nnorth First.
Ford, Oliver, clerk , 55 nnorth First.
Ford, Charles P., blacksmith , res.residence Oak bbetween Cherry and Broadway.
Ford, Edward, boot and shoe maker , 92 nnorth Second.
Ford, Jos. M., grocer , ccorner Tenth and Franklin Avenue.
Forderhakay, Louis, laborer , Olive bbetween Second and Third.
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Foreman, Virginia A., col'dcolored , ccorner Randolph and Sarpy Avenue.
Forester, Mrs.Sarah, widow, Walnut bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Forester, Henry, book keeper , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Forester, Mrs.Eliza, ladies seminary, Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Forman, Samuel, Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Fornhulz, Joseph, jour.shoe maker , 32 Olive.
Forrest, S., jour.moulder , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Forrest, George, ssouth bbetween engineer , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Fourteenth.
Forrest, Benjamin, hatter , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Forshey, Francis, carpenter , ccorner Washington Avenue and Fifth.
Forsyth, Philip, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Forthier, Charles, laborer , St. George's .
Forthier, Belonie, jour.carpenter , St. George's .
Fortman, J., jour.baker , 39 nnorth Second.
Fortune, James, (MH & Co) liquor and grocery dealer , ccorner Prune & 3d.
Fortune, Miss Mary, ccorner Washington Avenue and Ninth.
Foslin, C., jour.baker , 39 nnorth Second.
Foss, H.C, jour.carpenter ,Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Foster, Theodore, clerk , 67 nnorth First.
Foster, Thomas, clerk , 93 nnorth First.
Foster, Robert, ssouth bbetween mate , 116 nnorth Second.
Foster, Joseph,medical student , 96 nnorth Third.
Foster, Mrs.John M.96 nnorth Third.
Foster, Benjamin, coal dealer , Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Foster, William, jour, carpenter , Washington Avenue bbetween 8th and 9th.
Foster, A. M., bricklayer , Seventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Foster, Joseph, carpenter and builder , office court house.
Foster, Phebe, col'dcolored Sixteenth bbetween Clark and Myrtle.
Foster, Mrs.Mary, boarding house, ccorner Seventh and Green.
Foster, Mrs.Catharine, ccorner Market and Seventh.
Foster, Miss Sarah, Walnut bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Fouke, Robert P., jour.carpenter , Cerre bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Foulk, & Shaw, tobacco manufacturers, 42 ssouth First.
Foulk, Christopher, (F & S) tobacconist , res.residence 36 ssouth Third.
Fountain, Joseph, Jr.junior , horse doctor , 67 Green.
Fountain, Joseph, Sr., boarding house, 67 Green.
Fountaine, C. T.,jour.tinner , 59 nnorth First.
Fountaine, Felix, laborer , south east ccorner Soulard's Addition.
Fowler, Robert, carpenter , boarding house, 54 Oak.
Fowler, Benj., ssouth bbetween pilot , St. Charles bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Fox, George, jour.baker , 101 nnorth First.
Fox, Miss Philomelia, 49 Market.
Fox, Conrad , Wm. Tell Tavern , 248 nnorth First.
Fox, James, Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Fox, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Tenth bbetween Market and Walnut, Alley.
Foy, , apprentice turner and machinist , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Frahs, Larenz, butcher , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Lafayette and Franklin.
Frain, Miss Margaret, 9 Oak.
Frame, John, drayman , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash, Aller.
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Francis, Louis, jour.lock smith , ccorner ssouth Market and Marion.
Francis, Louisa, col'dcolored wash woman , Cerre bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Francis, David, (E & F) druggist , ccorner Third and Green.
Francisco, John, jour.carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Franciscus & Co.company , exchange brokers , 90 nnorth First.
Franciscus, John T., (F & Co) exchange broker , 90 nnorth First.
Franciscus, James M., [F & Co] exchange broker , 90 nnorth First.
Francke, Charles, laborer , Short near Wood.
Frankfort House , Schwarte & Strodtman , 88 nnorth Front.
Frankla, John, ssouth bbetween mate , 1 Laurel.
Franklin House , boarding by Mrs.E.Parquot, , 30 Locust.
Franklin, John, jour.saddler , 78 nnorth Front.
Franklin, William, jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween 12th and 13th.
Franklin, George, mill engineer , bbetween Howard and Payne near river.
Franklin, Phillis, colored wash woman , First bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Franz, Nicholas, jour.carpenter , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Franz, William, paper box maker , near ccorner Carondelet Ave.avenue and Wood.
Frashours, Mrs.Catharine, widow, Myrtle bbetween Third and Fourth.
Frazier, J. F., jour.printer , Sixth, bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Frazier, Miss Hannah, ccorner Market and Ninth.
Frede, Anton, stone mason , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Fredricks, Miss Ellen, 44 Olive.
Free, John, ssouth bbetween pilot , 30 Locust.
Freel, John, jour.cabinet maker , 12 nnorth Third.
Freeman, Michael, jour.carpenter , ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Ninth.
Freeman, Ford, jour.carpenter , ccorner First and Florida.
Freese, & Knippenberg, drapers and tailors , Morgan bbetween 3d and 4th.
Freese, H. H., [F & K ] draper and tailor , Morgan bbetween Third and Fourth.
Freiesleben, Julius, variety store, Second bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Freman, Bernard T, laborer , Fifth bbetween Morgan and Frank.Ave.avenue
Fremon, Du Bouffay, justice of the peace, office 28 Pine.
Frenawald, Mrs.Elizabeth, Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Frenk, Henry, jour.baker , ccorner Poplar and Second.
Frenz, William, laborer , Fifth bbetween Park Avenue and Rutgers.
Frerker, Bernard, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave and Wash.
Fressman, Theodore, repairer and tuner piano fortes , 77 nnorth Second.
Frey, Joseph, bar keeper , Second bbetween Bridge and Wood.
Frey, G. P., shoe maker , 52 Spruce.
Frey, Mrs.Wilberger, widow, Seventh bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Friderichs,Charles & Co.company , lithographers , 7s Third.
Fromme, Fred., laborer , Myrtle bbetween Third and Fourth.
Frommer, Fred.,laborer , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Frontier House , JohnGarcia, , ccorner Laurel and Second.
Frost, Mrs.W., widow, Fifth one door above ccorner Chesnut.
Frothingham, Geo. H.,book keeper , Seventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Fruend, Joseph, jour.blacksmith , 152 nnorth First.
Fruend, Joseph, beer house, Second bbetween Plum and Poplar.
Fruend, Wm.William, carpenter , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Fruesch, Bernhard, laborer , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
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Fuchs, George, laborer , Seventh bbetween Wash and Franklin Avenue.
Fuenkeler, Fred., laborer , ccorner ,ssouth Market and Marion.
Fuery, Michael, pedlar , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Fues, Wentelein, laborer , First bbetween Plum and Poplar.
Fugate, Albert, jour.blacksmith , 237 nnorth First.
Fuhr, John, jour. shoe maker, 32 Olive.
Fuller, O. S., watchman , Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Fuller, Nathan, jour.carpenter , Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Fullerton, John, clerk , 2 nnorth First.
Fulton Coffee House , 44 nnorth Second.
Fulton Brewery , Wainwright & Withnell , 21 Almond.
Fulton, William, jour.carpenter , St. Charles bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Fulton, John, brick maker , Tenth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Funck, Philip, carpenter , Ninth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Funkhouser, Robert, clerk , 30 ssouth First.
Fyfe, Robert S., 34 ssouth Sixth.
G.
Gabel, Peter, jour.cooper , 123 nnorth Sixth.
Gaby, Jonathan, jour.carpenter , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Gaby, William, jour., carpenter , Locust bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Gahan, George, clerk , Surveyor General's Office, 275 nnorth First.
Gahen, Thomas, laborer , ccorner Eleventh and Market.
Gale, Amos, w and r grocer & dgm'ch't,s First, opposite Old Market.
Gale, Daniel B., (G & G) w and r grocer , res.residence ccorner Fourth and Cedar.
Galipau, Joseph, carpenter , ccorner Fourteenth and St. Charles.
Gallagher, & Darst, w and rgro. and dg merchant ,3 ssouth Front.
Gallagher, Peter, jour.shoe maker , 28 nnorth Second.
Galligan, William, coachdriver , Walnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Galvez, & Baldo, importers of Havana cigars , 42 nnorth First.
Galvin, Dennis, soap and tallow chandler , res.residence Plum bbetween First & Second.
Galvin, Dennis, Jr.junior , jour.chandler , Plum bbetween First and Second.
Gamage, Armstrong, ssouth bbetween mate ccorner Franklin Avenue and Fourteenth.
Gamble, & Archibald, office, 19 nnorth First.
Gamble, & Walker, attornies at law , 36 nnorth Second.
Gamble, H. R., att'y at law, office ccorner Pine & 2nd, res.residence ccorner 7th & Chesnut.
Gamble, Jos., clerk , U. S.United States Circuit Court, office, 4th bbetween M'k't & Walnut.
Gamble, Miss Jane, Seventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Gannon, Timothy, laborer , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Gannett, G. A., clerk , U.S. Quarter Master's office, 44 Laurel, res.residence ccorner
Fifth and Biddle.
Gantt,Thos. T., attorney at law, (B & G) 38 Chesnut.
Garcia, . M., ccorner Laurel and Second.
Garcia, John, Frontier House, ccorner Laurel and Second.
Gardner, Joseph, baker , Vine, one door above Second.
Gardner, John, clerk , 39 nnorth Front.
Garesche, Vital M., commis'r. court chancery, res.residence Fifth bbetween St. Charles
and Locust.
Garland, B. S., clerk surveyor general's office, 275 nnorth First.

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Garlich, —stone mason , Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Garmann, Philip, jour.blacksmith , ccorner Morgan and Fourth.
Garner, Sylvester, jour.carpenter , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Garnier, Joseph V., notary public, ccorner Seventh and Walnut.
Garreaux, Ulis,jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Garrison, C. R., Eighth bbetween Green and Washington Avenue.
Garrison, Oliver, Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Garrison, Lawrence, Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Garrison, Isaac, colored drayman , Tchapitoula bbetween 7th and 8th.
Garrison, A. T., brickmaker , 104 nnorth Second.
Garritt, George, upholster , 88 ssouth Third.
Garritt, Mrs.Elizabeth, straw and leghorn milliner , &C., 88 ssouth Third.
Garvey, Christopher, justice peace and notary public, office 43 Laurel
res.residence Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Garvey, James, market man , Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Gasman,Philip, shoemaker , Morgan near ccorner Third.
Gasthaus, ZumGolden Adler , Car'dlet.Ave.avenue bbetween Soulard and Carroll.
Gates, Charles, laborer , Second bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Gaty, McCune & Glasby, Miss. foundry, First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Gaty, Samuel, (G McC & G) Miss. foundry, First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Ganwatz, Philip, boarding house, First bbetween Smith and Florida.
Gay, Glasgow & Co.company , wgroe'rs and commission m'chts , 127 nnorth First.
Gay, John H., (GG & Co) res.residence ccorner Fourth and Myrtle.
Gay, John L.,ssouth bbetween mate , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Gay, Edward J., Fourth bbetween Myrtle and Elm.
Gazette, Evening, office, 97 nnorth First.
Gebben, Henry, laborer , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Gebhart, William, clerk , 82 nnorth First.
Geetle, Henry, teamster , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Gehner, & Priess, rdg and clothing m'ch'ls , Morgan bbetween Fourth & Fifth.
Gehner, Fred. W., (G & P) Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Gehrke, George,boot and shoe maker , 39 Laurel.
Geisel, & Vogel, cabinet manufactory and ware room, 112 nnorth First.
Geisel, Gottlieb, (G & V) cabinet manufacturer , res.residence 77 nnorth Second.
Geisel, Henry, beer house, Carondelet Avenue near Wood.
Geisler, Peter, jour.carpenter , 140 nnorth Third.
Gelkcr, Fred., Eighth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Gelzunser, Andreas, jour.butcher , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Gempp, Henry, rdruggist , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Barry & Park Ave.avenue
General, Clark Tavern , 147 nnorth Second.
Genestelle, A., clerk , 11 Market.
Genor, John, laborer , 81 nnorth Second.
Gentry, William T., clerk , 93 nnorth First.
Gentry, Lorinda, col'dcolored wash woman , ccorner Hazel and Second.
George, E. P., jour.tailor , 41 Market.
Georie, Baptiste, Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Georie, Madame, widow, Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Georie, Miss Eliza, Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Gerard, J. B., livery stable & carriage manuf'ct'y. Locust bbetween 3d & 4th.
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Gerard, Joseph, laborer , First bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Gerardine, Francis, jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Gerardine, Peter, jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Gerardine, Victor, jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Gerdemann, Henry, tavern , ccorner Fifth and Green.
Gerding, Henry, jour.mill stone, maker , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Gerding, John F., jour.mill stone maker , Wash bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Geresch, John, butcher , Wood near Short.
Gerlach, G., tailor , 101/2 Oak.
German, Academy, J. G.Weyse, teacher , Myrtle bbetween Third and Fourth.
Gerry, Reuben, clerk , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Gerster, Alexander, carpenter , 67 Olive.
Getzendiner, Salathiel, bricklayer , 64 nnorth Fourth.
Gewinner, Frederick, stone cutter , Short near Wood.
Geyer & Dayton , attornies at law , 36 nnorth Second.
Geyer, H. S., attorney at law , 36 nnorth Second.
Geyer, Miss Maria, Fifth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Geyer , MissHarriet, Market bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Gheen & Harrold , family grocers , ccorner Third and Locust.
Gheen, W. E., (G & H) family grocer , ccorner Third and Locust.
Gholson, Mrs.Sarah, widow, ccorner Collins and Pear.
Gibbins, James, colored barber , 27 Vine.
Gibson, Henry H., ssouth bbetween pilot, 66 nnorth First.
Gibson, Mrs.Lucy, widow, 416 nnorth Second.
Gibson, Tobias, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Gibson, John B., (D & G) carpt'r. & buil'r , r.CollinsbPear & Hickory.
Gibson, David, jour.distiller , Front bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Gibson, MissMary, ccorner Sixth and Morgan.
Gilbert, Aaron, overseer livery stable, res.residence 65 Pine.
Gilberr,Christian, shoe maker , Second bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Gilchruest, John, book binder , Washington Avenue bbetween 10th and 1 lib.
Gildea, W. B., dentist , 27 Chesnut.
Gildchaus, Herman, laborer , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Gildehaus, Anthony, laborer , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Gildehaus, John, laborer , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, Alley.
Giles, Francis, jour.cooper , Myrtle bbetween First and Front.
Gilham, Miss Mary, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Gill, G. H., (JC & G) clothing merchant , 15 nnorth First.
Gill, J. C, clerk , 15 nnorth First.
Gill, MissLouisa, Third bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Gillaspie, Peter, cook , 8 Market.
Gillespie, Albert, (BO & G) druggist , 139 nnorth First.
Gillespie, Charles D., scrivner and conveyancer , 15 Pine.
Gillespie, Mrs.Mary, Broadway, bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Gillespie, Mrs.Ann E., Franklin Avenue bbetween Thirteenth & Fourteenth.
Gilligan, John, carter, St. Charles Road bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Gillmann, Everett, cabinet maker , 30 ssouth First.
Gingra, MadameTherressa, Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Ginter, Charles, jour.shoe maker , 32 Olive.
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Gist, Wm.William H., clerk , 94 nnorth First.
Gist, Gottlieb, cigar dealer , Planter's House.
Gist & McKay , merchants , 114 nnorth First.
Gist, Robert C., (G & McK) merchant , Fifth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Gist, William, Fifth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Givan, John, drayman , 28 Green.
Glasby, John M., jour.pattern maker , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Glasby, Alban H., (GMcC & G) Miss, foundry, res.residence Fifth bbetween Wash and
Franklin Avenue.
Glaser, Ferdinand, jour.shoe maker , Olive bbetween First and Front.
Glasgow, William, (GG & Co) res.residence Fourth bbetween Market and Walnut
Glasgow, William, Sen. , Fourth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Glasgow, James, Fourth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Glasier, Daniel, jour.hatter , Fourth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Glasmer, Mrs.Elizabeth, Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Glass, William, jour.shoemaker , Wash bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Glatt, Tobias, butcher , St. George's.
Glaucy, Charles, laborer , Ninth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Glaver, John, laborer , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Gleim, Edgar, ssouth bbetween captain, 137 Market.
Glenn, Robert, jour.stone mason , 11 th bbetween St. Charles road and Morgan.
Glover, Henry, saddlery hardware dealer , 19 nnorth First.
Glusenkamp, F. H., bar keeper , ccorner Cherry and First
Gnau, Henry, tinner , Second near Bridge.
Goba, Peter, drayman , Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Gobrel, Angeline, colored wash woman , ccorner Almond and Third.
Godat, Mrs.Ann, widow, bakery, Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Godier, Mrs.Eulalie, 116 Olive.
Godfrey, Frederick M., jourcarpenter , 198 nnorth First.
Godfrey, Hosea, calker , First bbetween Florida and Payne.
Godfrey, Hosea, calker , First bbetween Florida and Payne.
Godfrey, Dennis, laborer , Marion bbetween Decatur and Church.
Godfrey, James, market gardner , Pocotte's Addition near river.
Goebel, G., Flora garden, ssouth Soulard's Addition, w Carondelet Avenue.
Goenner, Jacob, barber , Green bbetween Third and Fourth.
Goetz, Paul, laborer , Seventh bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Golf, Michael, laborer , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Goff, Harvey W., laborer , Tenth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Gohn, Daniel, bar keeper , Fourth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Gohrig, Jacob, jour.blacksmith 43 nnorth First.
Golding, Thomas H., brick layer , 64 nnorth Fourth.
Goldstein, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Goldstein, F. H., bar keeper , 33 nnorth First.
Goljin, MissMargaret, 5 Oak.
Good Samaritan drug store , 9 ssouth First
Goodell, Madame Eleanor, widow, 74 Locust.
Goodell, J., & Co.company , w and r staple & fancy dry good m'ch'tsmerchants , 34 M'k't
Goodell, John, (JG & Co) merchant , 34 Market.
Goodfellow, David F.,stone mason , 90 Pine.
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Goodfellow, Joseph, carter , 90 Pine.
Goodfellow, John, brick maker , Pine bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Goodfellow, , MissMargaret, , 90 Pine.
Goodfellow, Mrs.Isabella, widow, Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Goodfellow, David, teamster , Seventhb Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Goodfellow, Wm.William, teamster , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue & Wash.
Goodfellow, Robert, laborer , Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Goodrich, J. G., clerk , 143 nnorth First.
Goodrich, MissElizabeth, 134 nnorth Fourth.
Goodson, John E., Teacher Piano Forte Music, 34 nnorth Second.
Goodwin, George, jour.tinner , 43 nnorth First.
Goodwin & Murray , w and r tobacco and cigar dealers and manufactu-
rers, 35 nnorth Front.
Goodwin, Eben, (G & M) tobacco and cigar dealer , &ccorner , 35 nnorth Front.
Goodwin, William W., clerk , 129 nnorth First.
Goodwin, R.B. & G.W. , drapers and tailors , 41 Market.
Goodyear, A. J.,(A & G) dg and grocery merchant , 169 Broadway.
Goodyear, Wooster, w and r boot and shoe dealer, 66 nnorth First.
Goodyear, Anthony, jour.coach smith , ccorner Locust and Fifth.
Goon, John, bar keeper , ccorner Oak and First.
Goossen, Joseph, jour.cigar maker , Second bbetween Bridge and Wood.
Gorder, John, jour.furrier , 43 Market.
Gordon, James, constable , office 28 Pine.
Gordon, John E., ssouth bbetween mate , Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Gore & Ridgway , w grocers and com.commission merchants , 21 nnorth Front.
Gore, Stephen D., clerk , 21 nnorth Front.
Gore, Stephen, (G & R) com.commission m'chtmerchant , &ccorner , res.residence 41 Elm.
Gorge,Eucharius, Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Gorman, Patrick, clerk , 62 nnorth Front.
Gorman, Michael, jour.harness maker , 146 nnorth First.
Gorman, Mrs.Isabella, widow, 84 Olive.
Goselin, Hubert, clerk , 44 nnorth First.
Gosnell, John W., jour.plane maker , Pine bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Gostorfs & Co.company , rdry g merchants , 35 ssouth First.
Gostorfs, Ephraim, [G & Co] merchant , res.residence 51 Locust.
Gottschalk, Abraham, grocery and beerhouse, Morgan bbetween 9th and 10th.
Gould, R. H., bar keeper , 196 nnorth First.
Gould, Mrs.Clarissa, widow, 33 St. Charles.
Gould, P., publisher Missouri Farmer, 97 nnorth First.
Gowcr, Ephraim, sbengineer , Third bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Gown, James, jour.hatter , 77 ssouth Second.
Grace & McKinley , attornies at law, 29 Pine.
Grace, Pierce C.,(G & McK) attorney at law, 29 Pine.
Grace, Patrick, family grocery and coffee house, ccorner Olive and Third.
Grace, Thomas B., Sixth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Graeber,Chas. A., shoe maker , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Graeson, Robt., jour.carpenter , 127 nnorth Fifth.
Graff, Martin, laborer ,ccorner Wash and Fourteenth.
Graham, David W., clerk , usnnorth First.

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Graham, John, ccorner Washington Avenue and Eighth.
Graham, Beriah, M.D. , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Graham, C. H., bar keener , Thirteenth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Graham, Williamson, brick maker , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Grandfield, Thos., jour.stone cutter , 1th bbetween Morgan St Frauklin Ave.avenue
Grant, Wm.William, jour.tailor , Laurel near First.
Grant, Geo., jour.brick mason , Washington Ave.avenue blth and 8th.
Grant, David, ssouth bbetween captain, 108 Market.
Grant, Elijah, brick layer , St. Charles bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Grant, John, stone mason , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Grapevine, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween pilot , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Grappe, George, jour.carpenter , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Grasemann, C. A., clerk , 12 Market.
Grasemann, Andreas, Ninthb Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Gratiot, Polly, col'dcolored , Fourteenth bbetween Lane and Myrtle.
Graves, Mrs.Ann, widow, Myrtle bbetween First and Front.
Graves, Mrs.Polly, widow, ccorner Sixth and Elm.
Grawe, Christian, cabinet maker , ccorner Almond and Second.
Gray, Benjamin F., jour.tailor , Ninth bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Gray, Mrs.E., widow, Ninth bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Gray, Michael, laborer , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Gray, Leonard F., tailor , Third bbetween Market and Chesnut, res.residence Ninth bbetween
Chesnut and Pine.
Gray & Hahn , bakery , 39 nnorth Second.
Gray, T.collector , 39 nnorth Second.
Gray, Thomas, ssouth bbetween captain , 33 nnorth Seventh.
Gray, John C, 30 Locust.
Gray, J. B., M.D. , Fourth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Gray, William, ssouth bbetween pilot , Ninth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Gray, James, plasterer , Washb Tenth and Eleventh.
Grebon, John, laborer , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Greeley, Keith & Hay , w and r grocers and com.commission m'rchts.merchants , 24 nnorth Front.
Greely, Carlos, [G & G] grocery merchant , res.residence ccorner Second and Elm.
Greely & Gale , w and rgrocery merchants , 12 nnorth Front.
Greely, J. M., clerk , 12nnorth Front.
Green, Alexander, jour.tinner , 4½ nnorth First.
Green, Thomas, laborer , Lombard bbetween First and Second.
Green, Isaac T., clerk , ccorner Cherry and First.
Green, Tree Tavern, 68 ssouth Second.
Green, Caleb, ssouth bbetween captain , Fourth bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Green, William, jour.tanner , Thirteenth bbetween Spruce and Lane.
Green, Edmund H.,clerk , 19 nnorth Front.
Green, W. B., clerk , 36 nnorth Front.
Green, Daniel, porter , 150 nnorth First.
Green, Thomas,jour.confectioner , Second bbetween Prune and Laurel.
Green, Henry, colored barber , Oak bbetween Broadway and Second.
Green, Theodore P., student at law, 45 Pine.
Green, William H., jour.printer , 45 nnorth First.
Green, James, clerk , 45 nnorth First.
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Green, William, [CS & G] St. Charles road beyond city.
Green Room Coffee House , ccorner Olive and Third.
Greenwood, Wm.William, jour.mill wright , 90 Prune.
Greffet, Joseph, family grocery and fruit store, 170 Broadway.
Gregg, Abram, scale maker , ccorner Oak and Second, res.residence 61 St. Charles.
Gregory, Charles H., deputy constable , 28 Pine.
Greif, William, bar keeper , 127 nnorth Third.
Greive, Adam, laborer , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Grepe, John, jour.cabinet maker , Myrtle bbetween First and Front.
Greser, Phillipp, laborer , Wood near Short.
Gresessell, John, shoe maker , 136 ssouth Second.
Gresham, James, deputy city collector , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Grey, Thomas, blacksmith , 7 nnorth 2nd, res.residence 9th bbetween Morgan & Franklin Av.avenue
Griesser, Xavier, jour.cabinet maker , Myrtle bbetween First and Front.
Griffin, John, quarrier , 62 Locust.
Griffin, Miss Mary, Twelfth bbetween St. Charles Road and Morgan.
Griffin, Andrew, laborer , Madison near Waterworks.
Griffith, Archibald, Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Grimes, O. W., Missouri Hotel, 196 nnorth First.
Grimes, Wm.William L., ssouth bbetween pilot , Franklin Avenue bbetween 14th and 15th.
Grimsley, Thornton, saddle & harness manuf'ct'y , 37 nnorth First, res.residence ccorner
Fifth and Myrtle.
Griswold, Rev.reverend Whiting, Sixth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Giiswold, Walter R.,cabinet maker , Market, near Thirteenth.
Groat, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Grob, Philip, jour.moulder , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Gronniger, Godfrey, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Groninger, John, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Uronemann, John, Times Tavern , 68 Chesnut.
Gronemann, Fred., Branch Restaurat , Fourthb Market & Chesnut.
Grosjeau, John C., St. Charles bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Gross, John B., shoe maker , 193 nnorth First.
Gross, Ferdinand, shoe maker , Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Grosse, Moretz, jour.shoe maker , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Grosse, Frederick, jour.shoe maker , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Grosz, Nicolas, jour.carpenter , Twelfth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Grotefent, George G., shoe maker , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Groteguth, Frederick, Second bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Grubb, John, (D & G) Missouri seed store, 6 nnorth First.
Grubb, J., apprentice moulder , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Grumley, William, Mechanic's Boarding House, 85 nnorth Third.
Grunhagen, John, baker , Thirteenth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Guckert, Valentine, laborer , Columbus bbetween Carroll and Soulard.
Guelberth, A., watchmaker and jeweler , 159 nnorth First.
Guenther, Henry, shoe maker , Wood near Carondelet Avenue.
Guenther, Henry, jr.junior , shoe maker , Wood near Carondelet Avenue.
Guenther, Charles, shoe maker , Wood near Carondelet Avenue.
Guenther, John S., cabinet maker , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Guenther, Theobald, laborer , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
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Guerard, Joseph, carpenter , Second bbetween Lombard and Mulberry.
Guerette, Peter, Calker , First bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Gueru, P., jour.cabinet maker , Fourth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Guiley, Miss Ellen, ccorner Seventh and Elm.
Guillbeau, Louis, Plaisance Coffee House, ccorner Oak and Second.
Guion, Madame, widow, Second bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Guion, Miss Margaret, Second bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Guitar, Louis, Third bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Guitar, August, ssouth bbetween fireman , Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Guitar, Paul, ssouth bbetween man , Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Guitar, Madame P., widow, Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Guitar, A. P., ship carpenter , Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Gunn, J., (JSS & Co) carriage manufactory , ccorner Second and Olive.
Gunn, Peter, jour.blacksmith , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Gunn, Patrick, laborer , Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Gunn, Samuel S., jour.carpenter , 47 ssouth Second.
Gurgrinch, Mrs.Elizabeth, 126 nnorth Second.
Gutbrod, John, tailor , 47 Locust.
Guthrie, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween mate , Green ccorner Sixth.
Guthrie, MissCaroline , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Gutt, Peter, laborer , Marion bbetween Decatur and Church.
Guye, Francis L., stone cutter , First bbetween Mulberry and Cedar.
Gypkens, Wm.William, jour.baker , 66 Green.
H.
Haas, George, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Haas, John, carpet weaver , Franklin Avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Haas, Christian, jour.cooper , 123 nnorth Sixth.
Haberer, Franz, baker , Third bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Hackman, Fred., jour.saddler , 33 ssouth Third.
Hackman, Fred., laborer , Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Hackman, Fred., jour.tailor , 31 nnorth Second.
Hackman, Herman, jour.c'rp'nt'r , Carondelet Av.avenue bbetween Carroll 8t Soulard.
Hackney, A. H., (Lab & Co) banking house, 75 nnorth First.
Haden, E. A., clerk , First bbetween Market and Walnut.
Haefeli, Henry E., M.D. , [R & H] 37 Pine.
Haeflin, Miss Mary, milliner , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Haffner, George, hostler , 63 Chesnut.
Hafkemeyer, John C, Third bPlum and Cedar.
Hafkemeyer, Francis, clerk , 113 nnorth First.
Hagan, John, clerk , 165 Broadway.
Hagedorn, Fred., laborer , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, Alley.
Hagemeier, Christoph, cabinet maker , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Hagerty, P., jour.tinner , 4J nnorth First.
Hagerty, Michael, tailor , 39 nnorth First.
Hagerty, St Daw, blacksmiths , Second bbetween Oak and Prune.
Hagerty, Hugh, (H & D) blacksmith, Second bbetween Oak and Prune.
Hagerty, Edward, drayman , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Hagerty, MissMary, Locust bbetween Third and Fourth.
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Hague, William, [S & H] chandler , Morgan bbetween 12th and 13th.
Hagner, George, chimist , Charless' white lead factory, ccorner Clark Avenue
and Tenth.
Hahn, John, (G & H) baker , 39 nnorth Second.
Hahn, Michael, bread car man , 39 nnorth Second.
Hahn, George, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Hahn, John, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Hahn, Henry, laborer , St. George's.
Hahn, Thomas, laborer , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Marion and Barry.
Hahn, Andreas, laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hains, James, col'dcolored ssouth bbetween cook , Chesnut bbetween First and Second, Alley.
Hale, Dr.Edward, dentist , ccorner St. Charles and Fourth.
Hale, Mrs.Nancy, widow, Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Hale, James, ladies' shoe maker , ccorner Second and Locust.
Hale, Titus, (VH & Co) Tennessee iron store, 8 and 9 nnorth Front.
Hall, O. E., clerk , 104 nnorth First.
Hall, Louis, stu.lent at law, 42 Chesnut.
Hall, Wm.William M., auctioneer , 6S nnorth First.
Hall, Charles R., & Son , wand rgrocery dealers , 10 nnorth First.
Hall, John, architect , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Hall, Josephus W., M.D , Professor Medical Department, St. Louis
University, res.residence Olive bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Hall, MissHarriet, Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Hall, John, engineer city Water Works,First near Water Works.
Hall, Robert P., 40 nnorth Sixth.
Hall, C. R., 40 nnorth Sixth.
Hall, John H., (D & H) plane maker , res.residence Olive bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Hall, MissSarah H., Biddle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Hallagan, James, shoe maker , 104 nnorth First.
Hallagan, James, laborer , Ninth bbetween Washington Avenue and Green.
Hallet, James, butcher , Clark Avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Halsall, John, clerk , 74 nnorth First.
Italtoman, Albert, jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Ham, Joseph, jour.baker , Prune bbetween Firstand Second.
Ham, Peter N., clerk , 75 nnorth First.
Ham, John, jour.butcher , St. Charles road.
Hamblin, S. & J. , retail grocers , 66 ccorner Soeond.
Hamblin, D., tailor , Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Hamilton, Robert, office one door above ccorner Vine and First.
Hamilton, Alexander, jour.chair maker , 24 Chesnut.
Hamilton, Alexander, attorney at law , otlice 42 Chesnut, res.residence Fifth bbetween
Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Hamilton, Mrs.Susan, widow, Seventh bbetween Pine and Olive.
Hamilton, John, jour.carpenter. St. Charles bbetween 9th and 10th.
Hammer, John F., jour.blacksmith , 121 nnorth First.
Hammer, T., clerk , 49 nnorth Front.
Hammerman, John, New Orleans Tavern , 187 nnorth First.
Hammerman, G., New Orleans Tavern , 187 nnorth First.
Hammers, Archibald, furniture car , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
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Hammond, John R., lumber merchant , ccorner First and Cherry, res.residence Collins
bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hammond, D. M., turner and cabinet maker , 59 ssouth First.
Hammond, M. & Co.company , w and rliquor and groc'y.d'lrs. ccorner 3d and Prune.
nammond, Mrs.E., widow,private school, 9 nnorth Fourth.
Hammond, Mrs.Eliza W., widow, Broadway bSt. Charles Way and
Railway.
Hammond, C. P., blacksmith , Sixth bbetween Washington Avenue and Green.
Hancock, John, carpenter. Locust bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Handfleld, James W., jour.carpenter , Sixth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Hanichen, Ferdinand, cabinet m'k'r , 5th bbetween Labaddie & Chouteau Av.avenue
Hank, Peter, stone cutter , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Hanken, George, Bremer Tavern , Third, 2 doors below Olive.
Hanley, John, ssouth bbetween pilot , ccorner Cedar and First.
Hanna, Levi, m'chant , res.residence Carondelet Avenue bbetween Marion and Barry.
Hanna & Woodward , dg. grocery & com.commission merchants , Pine bbetween First and
Front.
Hanna, Wm.William, mill engineer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hannauer, John, laborer , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot
Hanneken, William, laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hannert, Francis, bricklayer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Hannum, F., engine finisher , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hanrath, William, laborer , cedar bbetween First and Second.
Hanratty, Hugh, boarding house and carpenter , Ashley near Madison.
Hanry, Thomas, retail grocer , ccorner Seventh and Olive.
Hansel, William, sailor , Third bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Hanson, John W., clerk , 6 Olive.
Hanson, James H., clerk , 6 Olive.
Happel, William, shoe maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Haran, Edward, clerk Perpetual Insurance Co.company , res.residence Fifth bbetween Sycamore
and Convent.
Harden, Robert, jour.moulder , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hardey, George T., clerk , 154 nnorth First.
Harbeth, John, laborer , Convent bbetween Third and Fourth.
Harding, J. M., jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Harding, Chester, student at law, 41 Pine.
Harding, Davis R., clerk. res.residence Seventh bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Harding, T.clerk , 47 nnorth First.
Harding, Henry, carter , 26 nnorth Sixth.
Hardman, Fred , jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Hardy, Patrick H., jour.carpenter , Carr bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Hardy, James A., dealer in cloths , vestings, &ccorner , 88 nnorth First
Hare, AleX., plasterer , Washington Avenue bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Hare, James W., M.D ,office, 135 nnorth Third.
Hare, Wm.William, carpenter , ccorner Sixth and Morgan.
Hare, MissEliza, ccorner Sixth and Morgan.
Hare, Mrs.Eliza, Mulberry bbetween First and Second.
Harig, Frederick, jour.shoe maker , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Harkin, John, laborer , Cherry bbetween Second and Broadway.
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Harlin, Matthew, stone cutter , Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
Harlow, Benjamin, 33 St. Charles.
Harlow, Samuel R., ssouth bbetween pilot , 33 St. Charles.
Harlow, Mrs.Mary, widow, 35 St. Charles.
Harney, Mrs.Mary, Broadway bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Harnish, Daniel, shoe maker , Second bbetween Lombard and Mulberry.
Harp House , T.Brady, , 8 Oak.
Harper, Andrew, (AH & Co) bagging fact'y., res.residence Sixth bbetween Pine and
Chesnut.
Harper, MissAnn E., Sixth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Harper, William, blacksmith , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Harper, A. & Co.company , bagging factory, St. George's.
Harper, George, laborer , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Harrell, John, laborer , First bbetween Mound and Howard.
Harrington, William, 144 nnorth First.
Harrington, H., boot and shoe manufactory , res.residence 144 nnorth First.
Harrington, Edmund, jour.hatter , 111 Elm, Alley.
Harrington, Wm.William D., livery stable, Oak bbetween First and Second, res.residence 185 nnorth
Fourth.
Harrington, George, clerk , 75 Green.
Harrington, H., jour.cooper , Chesnut bbetween First and Front.
Harrington, Joseph, jour.shoe maker , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Harrington, Dennis, jour.printer , 45 nnorth First.
Harris, Wm.William, carpenter and builder , Chesnut,one door above Third.
Harris, R. S., sb captain , 124 nnorth Third.
Harris, MissLucinda, 176 nnorth Fourth.
Harris, Mrs.Mary, boarding house, Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Harris, MissMary A., ccorner Florida and Second.
Harris, Catharine, colored wash woman , 240 nnorth First.
Harris & Pratt , Our House Tavern, near ccorner Ashley and Madison.
Harris, John, (H & P) Our House Tavern, near ccorner Ashley and Madison-
Harris, Oliver, Bulletin Office, res.residence Seventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Harris, Robert, colored ssouth bbetween man , Second bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Harrison, James, (GG & Co) merchant , res 4th bbetween Morgan and Elm.
Harrison & Chouteau , w and r dry good merchants, 40 Market.
Harrison, William P., [H & C] res.residence Sixth bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Harrison, Samuel J., jr.junior , clerk , 40 Market.
Harrison, Mrs.M., widow, milliner , 41 Market.
Harrold, Cornelius, (G & H) family grocery , ccorner Third and Locust.
Harrold, Edward, shoemaker , 66 nnorth Third.
Harrold, James, tailor , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Harrold, Mrs.Mary, widow, Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Harrold, John, Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Harrold, Philip, tailor , 96½ Prune.
Harsant, Thomas, jour.carpenter , Twelfth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Harshaw, Wm.William H., bricklayer , Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Hart & Cramer , cut glass manufactory, 73 nnorth Second, aUey.
Hart, Henry D., [H & C] glass cutter , res.residence 183 nnorth Fifth.
Hart, Thomas, jour.coach painter , 72 Locust.
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Hart, Thomas, jour.saddler , 140 N First.
Hart, Henry J., clerk , 72 nnorth Second.
Hart, MissMary E., ccorner Spruce and Seventh.
Hart, Mrs.Benjamin, Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Hart, Brewster,carpenter , Locust bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Hart, William, Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Hartman, Samuel, jour.moulder , Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Hartman, John, jour.carpenter , ccorner Front and Myrtle.
Hartman, MissLouisa, Wood bbetween Carondelet Ave.avenue and river.
Hartonben, Henry, laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hartshorn, William, dealer in hides, produce, ac.ccorner 2d and Elm.
Har, Uhorn, Louis A., 37 Elm.
Harves, John D.jr.junior , [KT & H] dg merchant , 15 market.
Harvey, David D., jour.bricklayer , Fifth bbetween Conventand Rutgers.
Harvey, John, carter , Hazel bbetween Second and Third.
Haselick, Monroe, cook , Third bbetween Hazel and Mulberry.
Haskins, Joseph, carpenter , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hauer, Henry, laborer , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Marion and Barry.
Hausmann, Gnstave, basket and hat maker , 123 ssouth First.
Havens, Joseph, w and rdg anil gro.m'ch'nt , 1 ssouth First, ccorner Market
Haverty, John, clerk , ccorner Vine and Fourth.
Hawes, John B., jour.carpenter , Fifth Market and Walnut, Alley.
Hawken, J. & S. , gun smiths , 31 Laurel.
Hawken, Jacob, [J & SH] gun smith , 31 Laurel.
Hawken, Samuel, [J & Sh] gun smith , 35 Laurel.
Hawkins & Howard , coffin makers , &c., 51 nnorth Second.
Hawkins, Harrison, jour.carpenter , 70 Myrtle.
Hawkins, Emanuel, cabinet maker , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Hawley, S.W., & Co.company , hat and shoe dealers , 166 nnorth First.
Hawley, J. M., clerk , Planters' House.
Hawks, Henry, carter , Washington Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hawthorn, J. & Co.company , Managers Hospital Lottery, 65 nnorth First.
Hay, Agens & Co.company , hatand cap manufacturers and dealers, 104 nnorth First.
Hay, Patrick, laborer , Fifth bbetween Poplar and Cerre, Alley.
Hayden,Mrs.Betsey, widow, 119 Market.
Haydon, Jonathan, jour.shoe maker 164 nnorth First
Haydon, Charles, jour.saddler , 140 nnorth First.
Haydon, Elijah, Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Hayes, Walter, bar keeper , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Hay man, E. & C.C , w and rd good merchants , 4 nnorth First
Hayman, Charles C, [E & CCH] merchant , 4 nnorth First.
Hayman, Edward, [E & CCH] merchant , 4 nnorth First.
Hays, Thomas, shoe maker , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hays, Richard, jour.stone mason , Seventhb Spruce and Almond.
Hay ward, A., fur dealer, res.residence Eighth bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Hazard, D., clerk , Vine bbetween First and Front
Hazard, Peyton R., ssouth bbetween pilot , Seventh bbetween Spruce and Myrtle.
Heath, A. W., M.D. , Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Heathering, John H., drayman , Spruce bbetween 13th and 14th.
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Heck, Jacob, laborer , Poplar bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Hedges, John A., inspector of ssouth b hulls , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Hedges, Thomas F., jour.printer , 24 nnorth First.
Heekert, B. H., bar keeper , 24 Locust
Heeman, Fred., Missouri House, 30 Olive.
Heep, Anton, brick maker , Soulard bbetween Washington and Hamtramk.
Heep, Henry, laborer , Soulard bbetween Washington and Hamtramk.
Hegker, Rasper, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Heidbrink, Miss Catharine, Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Heidemann, Herman, boarding house, 68 Oak.
Heidemann, Christian, jour, cabinet maker , 168 nnorth Fourth.
Heldmeier, Henry W., jour.shoe maker , Olive bbetween First and Front
Heier, Anton, laborer , Wood near Carondelet Avenue.
Heigelradt, Andreas, laborer , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Heighton, John, stone mason , ssouth Market bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Heil, Edward, pedlar , Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Heil, Peter, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Heil, Matthias, jour, cabinet maker , 159 Broadway.
Hciler, Daniel, tailor , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Heine, John, stone mason , Marion bbetween Jackson and Cherry.
Heine, William, stone mason , Marion bbetween Jackson and Cherry.
Heinrich, Peter, bread car man , 66 Green.
Heinrich, Herman, jour, shoe maker , ccorner Second and Almond.
Heins, Henry, jour.blacksmith , 81 nnorth Third.
Heins, Geo., drayman , Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Heins, John, clerk , 57 nnorth Front.
Heintz, Miss Mary, Sixth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Heinz,Charles, jour.tinner , 154 ssouth Second.
Heisler, Miss Mary A., Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Heiss, Goddard, jour.copper smith , 43 nnorth First.
Heissel, Anton, jour.shoe maker , Second bbetween Carr and Rutgers.
Heit, George G., tailor , Short near Waod.
Heiter, Frederick, hat and cap m'fty. , 203 nnorth First, res.residence 60 Oak.
Heitkamp, Joseph, family grocery, Fifth bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Heitman, Charles, carpenter , Ninth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Heitzig, Kasper, tailor , Broadway bbetween Wash and Carr.
Held, George, porter , 165 nnorth First.
Helfenstein, J. P., clerk , 7 nnorth First.
Hclgenberg, Henry, grocer , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Bridge and Wood.
Helgenberg, John, m'ftr.manufacturer military goods, &ccorner , ccorner Third and Myrtle.
Hello, Conrad, carpenter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 8th and Ninth.
Heller, N. B., jour.printer , 27 Myrtle.
Heller, John, 27 Myrtle.
Hellinghaus, Frederick, jour.gun smith , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Hellmann, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Marionb BuelandMeynard.
Helrich, Bernard, Spruce bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Hemdon, James, jour.painter , 33 nnorth Second.
Hemenway & Cogswell , sash and blind makers , 191½ nnorth First.
Hemenway, Sylvester, carpenter , Biddle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.

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Hemenway,G., jour.cabinet maker , 162 nnorth First.
Hempker, Franz, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Hempker, Miss Eliza, 107 nnorth Second.
Henderschitt, John, jour.tailor , 181½ nnorth First.
Henderson, George, r fancy and dgmerchant , 43 ssouth First.
Henderson, Wm.William, trader , Franklin Avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Hendrick, William C, boarding house, 30 ssouth First.
Hendry, Chas.F. & Co.company , leather & saddlery hardware, ccorner 2d & M'k't.
Henger, Herman, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Henger, W., laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Hcngold, Fred., jour.hatter , 203 nnorth First.
Henly, Archibald, bricklayer , Fifth bConvent and Rutgers.
Henly, Wilson, brick layer , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Henmann, Chas. A., jour.cabinet finisher , 112 nnorth First.
Henne, Anton, cigar maker ,51 ssouth First.
Henneberg, Gottlieb, watch maker ,71 nnorth Second.
Henneke, John, jour, shoe maker ,38 ssouth First.
Henradt,Herman, laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Henricks, Solomon, clothing merchant , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Henrie, House, boarding, 11 nnorth First.
Henric, William, boarding, 11 nnorth First.
Henry, Julian, M.D. , Pine bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Henschen, John D., lithographic printer , Convent bbetween 3d and 5th, alley.
Hensey, P., cooper , ccorner Front and Myrtle.
Hepner, Henry, carpenter , ssouth Market bbetween Soulard and Carroll.
Heprank, Conrad, stone cutter , St. George's.
Hercules, Kasper, jour.carpenter , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Barry & Marion.
Herdmann, Mrs.Sarah, widow, Madison near Water Works.
Herger, Jacob, barber , Second near Almond.
Hermann, Adolph, jour.cabinet finisher , St. Charles bbetween 10th and 11th.
Hermann, Mrs.Rosina, widow, St. Charles bbetween 10th and 11th.
Hermann, Henry, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Hermann, Frederick, jour, stona mason , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Hernandes, Francis, ssouth bbetween pilot , Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Heme, Clemuel, jour, engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Hernig, Gottfried, laborer , Soulard bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Herr, Jehn,laborcr , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Herr, Charles H.,qucensware packer ,72 nnorth First.
Herr, George, jour, baker , Cherry bbetween First and Second.
Herrell, Mrs.Nancy, widow, Elm bbetween First and Second.
Herrington, Edward, wagon maker , Green bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hersey, Mrs.Catharine, widow, ccorner Second and Walnut.
Hcrthel, Nicolas, tobacconist , 49 ssouth First.
Herthel, John, butcher , St. Charles road beyond city.
Hertman, Henry, jour.carpenter , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark, alley.
Herz, John, plasterer , Fifth bbetween Park Avenue and Rutgers.
Hesmeier, Louis, laborer , Walnut bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Hess, Gottlieb, shoe maker , St. George's.
Hess, Frederick, tailor , St. George's.
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Hess, Gottlieb, jour.carpenter , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Hess, Henry, book binder , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Hess, Louis, tailor , 41 Laurel.
Hessey, William, painter , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Hetlage, Henry, cabinet maker , 168 nnorth Fourth.
Hetlage, Herman, jour.cabinetmaker , 168 nnorth Fourth.
Hetzel, Michael, stone mason , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Marion and Barry.
Heuer, Henry & Co.company , hair dressers , cupping and leeching, 43 nnorth 2nd.
Hewitt, Josephus, saddler , 140 nnorth First.
Hewitt, Elipholet, jour.pattern maker , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Kewson, Mrs.Ann, widow, Eleventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Hcylmun, J. C., (FR & H ) writing and book keeping academy, 4th
bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Heysz, George, baker , 181 nnorth First
Hibbard, Lemuel, brick layer , First bbetween Bates and Clark.
Hibbard, John, tailor , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Hickman & Tunstal , attornies at law , 38 nnorth Second.
Hickman, Benj. F.,(H & T ) attorney at law , 38 nnorth Second.
Hickman, Mrs.Agnes, widow, 51 Chesnut
Hicks, J. C,house and sign painter , res.residence 77 ssouth Third.
Hicks, Mrs.Mary C, widow, Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Hicky, Wm.William, laborer , Eleventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Hiekemeier, Francis, laborer , Wash bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Higgins & Mead , People's Organ, 2t; Locust.
Higgins, R. S., (H & M ) Organ editor 26 Locust.
Higgins, James, jour, carpenter , Second bbetween Sixth and Florida.
Higgins, Morris, hawker , 16 ssouth First.
Higgins, V. H., rdry good merchant , 130 nnorth Third.
Higgins, Miss Jane, 89 Olive.
Higgins, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, 84 Olive.
Higgins, Miss Ellen, 84 Olive.
Higgins, Peter, plasterer , Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Hildeburn, Fred., laborer , Fifth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Hildrcth, John & Co.company , Shades Restaurat, Olive bbetween Second and Third.
Hill, John, Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hill & Lockwood , boat store and com.commission merchants , 71 nnorth Front.
Hill, James B., (H & L ) commission merchant , 71 nnorth Front.
Hill,D. B., lumber m'cht.merchant ,0 Pine and Third, res.residence 38 ssouth Third.
Hill, James A., clerk , ccorner Pine and Third.
Hill, Britton A., (E & H ) attorney at law , Pine, 2 doors above First
Hilliard, Joseph, boarding house, 136 nnorth Fourth.
Hinchman, William H., jour.plasterer , ccorner Seventh and Biddle.
Hinderschitt, Martin B., tailor , Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Hinspieder, Albert, saddler , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Hinton, Rev.reverend Isaac T., Fifth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Hirsch, Miss Elizabeth,37 nnorth Sixth.
Hirtsinger, John, drayman , First bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Hirtsinger, Magnus, drayman , First bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Histcd, Joseph, jour, painter , 35 nnorth Second.
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Hoahle, Gottlob, jour.shoe maker , 13th bbetween Carr and Wash.
Hobbs, Miss Laura, Broadway bbetween Ashley and Lisa.
Hobeck, John, laborer , ccorner Seventh and Biddle.
Hobein, Henry, boot and shoe maker , 32 Olive.
Hobel, Augustus, jour, cabinet maker , 168 nnorth Fourth.
Hockemeier, Miss Mary E., Olive bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hodgkinson, John, jour.stone cutter , Almond bbetween First and Second.
Hodiamont, Miss Mary V., Green bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hoelzel, Charles F., merchant , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Hoeltzel, Frederick, Soulard bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Hoer, Frederick, blacksmith , 123 ssouth First.
Hoeveler, Joseph, Third bbetween Elm and Walnut.
Hoevis, Peter, laborer , ccorner Fourth and St. Charles Way.
Hoff, Anton, Independent Coffee House, 23 Olive.
Hoff, Henry, jour, carpenter , Spruce bbetween Seventh and Eighth, alley.
Hoffelman, Francis, jour.cabinet maker , 74 nnorth Third.
Hoffman, H. L., w and rdruggist , 3 nnorth First, res.residence 4th bbetween Plum & Poplar.
Hoffman, Christian, jour.gun smith , 31 Laurel.
Hoffman, John, jour.chandler , Skinner bbetween Market and Walnut.
Hoffman, Adam, beer house, ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Twelfth.
Hoffman, John, carter , ccorner Eighth and Biddle.
Hoffman & Schmitt , blacksmiths , Second bbetween Bridge and Wood.
Hoffman, John, blacksmith , Second bbetween Bridge and Wood.
Hoffman, Wm.William, hatter , Carondelet Ave.avenue near Wood.
Hoffman, Miss Catharine, Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Hoffman, Miss Margaret, 136 ssouth Second.
Hoffman, Christopher, stone cutter , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Hofmeister, Jacob, shoe maker , 127 ssouth Third.
Hogan, Matthew, & Co.company , wgro. & com.commission merchant , 66 nnorth Front.
Hogan, Wm.William, butcher , St. George's.
Hogan, Jacob, carpenter , St. George's.
Hogan, Thos., laborer , Walnutb Eighth and Ninth.
Hogue, D. W., jour.saddler , 37 nnorth First.
Hoit, F. W., clerk , 43 ssouth First.
Holahan, Patrick, Erin Go Bragh, 9 Oak.
Holbrook, D. L., res.residence 75 nnorth Fourth.
Holbrook, Jason, American boarding house, 157 nnorth First.
Holburt, A., market man , Planters' House.
Holburt, Horace, Planters' House.
Holden, Edward, (PB & Co ) planing mill, res.residence Fifth near Wash.
Holden, Mrs.Mary, widow, Elm bbetween First and Second.
Holden, Hiram, ssouth bbetween man , Elm bbetween First and Second.
Holderman, William, packer , Eagle Mills.
Holland, H.K. & Co.company , fancy soap m'fty., ccorner Second and Cherry.
HoUand, Joseph, jour, carpenter , Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Holland, C., lottery and exchange office, 123½ nnorth First.
Holle, Anton, boot and shoe maker , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Holle, Peter, stone mason , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Hollingsworth, B. S., market master , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot
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Hollingsworth, Geo., assistant market master , Almond bbetween and and rd.
Hollinker, Paul, laborer , ccorner Cedar and Second.
Holloway, Taylor, St. George's.
Holm, John G., auction and com.commission m'chtmerchant , 3 ssouth 1st, res.residence ccorner 8th and Cerre.
Holmead, Columbus S., clerk , 60 nnorth Front.
Holmes, Nathaniel, (H & H ) attorney at law , 44 Chesnut.
Holmes, Jacob, clerk , 4 nnorth Front.
Holmes, Mrs.Mary A., school teacher , 44 Morgan.
Holms, Robt., (H & R ) lumber merchant ,ccorner Pine and Fifth.
Holms, Reuben, col'dcolored ssouth bbetween steward , 63 nnorth Third.
Holsbach, Wm.William, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Ave.avenue
Holscheiter, Jacob, jour.carpenter , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Holschen, Fred., laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Holsman, Geo., rgrocer , ccorner Sixth and Wash.
Holt, Ziba, merchant , res.residence Planters' House.
Holt, Charles S., sawyer , Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Holthaus, , C. Louis, cigar maker , 78 Prune.
Holton, Alfred, drayman , Clark bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Holton, Jonathan, Clark bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Holton, Henry B., clerk , 66 nnorth First.
Holtzwart, Fred., cigar m'k'r , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Park Ave.avenue & Barry.
Holz, Kasper, Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Holzmann, Peter C,jour.c'rp'nt'r , Car'nd, l'tAv.avenue bbetween Soulard & Carroll.
Homans,I. Smith, Cashier Perpetual Ins.Co.company , res.residence ccorner 7th and Elm.
Homans, Mrs.Martha, widow, ccorner Seventh and Elm.
Honing, Fred., shoe maker , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Honrich, Andrew, jour.carpenter , 67 Olive.
Hood, Geo., wboot and shoe dealer , 116 nnorth First.
Hood, Abner, wboot and shoe dealer , res.residence 44 Walnut.
Hoofstetter, Gabriel, book keeper , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot
Hooper, Clark, house, sign & ornamental painter , ccorner Chesnut & Third,
res.residence Seventh bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Hooper, Chester, butcher , Broadway near Davis.
Hoops, Louis, jour.cabinet maker , 12 nnorth Third.
Hoover, John, jour.engine finisher , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Hopkins, M. W.,Cornucopia! , 14 Olive.
Hopkins, E. R., surveyor & inspector of port St. Louis, 28 nnorth Front
Hopkins, Richard R., family grocery, ccorner Fifth and St. Charles.
Hopkins, Henry, teamster , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Hoppe, John, (W & H ) importers German goods, 17 Market.
Hoppe, Christian, cooper , 123 nnorth Sixth, res.residence Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Hoppe, Andreas, jour.cooper , 123 nnorth Sixth.
Hoppe, Milcher, jour.cooper , 123 nnorth Sixth.
Hopping, Thomas H., jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Third.
Horn, Frederick, bar keeper , First bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Horn, G., carpenter , Second bbetween Bridge and Wood.
Horn, Charles W., jour.cooper , Third bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Horn, Richard, drayman , 78 ssouth Third.
Horner, William, clerk , 145 Market.

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Horner, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, boarding house, 145 Market
Hornsey, John, milkman , St. George's.
Horine, William, butcher , Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Horine, Michael, butcher , Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Hortiz, John B., dancing master , Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Horton, Samuel W., jour.mill stone maker , Morgan bbetween 10th and 11th.
Horwill, John, 85 nnorth Third.
Hoscy, Peter, cook , Market bbetween First and Front, alley.
Hospital , St. Louis, ccorner Fourth and Spruce.
Hoste, Charles, turner , Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Hostinger, Ansen, laborer , 12th bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Hostman, Rudolph, drayman , 168 nnorth Fourth.
Hostman, Frederick, laborer , 168 nnorth Fourth.
Hough, Daniel, Sec'ysecretary . Marine Insurance Co.company , res.residence Olive bbetween 6th and 7th.
House,-M.D. , office 65 nnorth Fourth.
House, Phillip M., clerk , 69 nnorth First.
Houston, G. W., clerk , 13 Market.
Houston, John, ssouth bbetween pilot , 116 Olive.
Houston, Joshua, jour.carpenter , ccorner Chesnut and Seventh.
Houston, Andrew, Franklin Avenue bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Hovaker, Peter C,clerk , 47 nnorth First.
Hovey, Eleazer, jewelry and cutlery dealer , 28 nnorth Front.
Hovey, Wm.William, clerk , 28nnorth Front.
Hovey, Leland A., clerk , 28 nnorth Front.
How, John, leather dealer , 39 nnorth First.
Howard, Sullivan, (H & H ) carpenters , res.residence 34 Pine.
Howard, Geo., jour.blacksmith , Chesnut bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Howard, Wm.William, tailor & scourer , 19 Green.
Howard, Miss Fidelia D., 19 Green.
Howard, Wm.William C,jour.printer , 19 Green.
Howard, Samuel, stone mason , Plum bbetween Second and Third.
Howard, Charles, ssouth bbetween man , Spruce bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Howard, Louis, tavern, Second bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Howard, Richard J., bricklayer , ccorner Fifth and St. Charles.
Howard, Matthew,jour, carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddlo and Davis.
Howe, Chency, M.D. , 30 Locust.
Howe, John, (C & H ) merchant , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Sixth.
Howe, John H.painter , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Howey, Thomas, stone cutler , Ninth bbetween Wash and Franklin Avenue.
Howlin, John, jour.bricklayer , Myrtle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Hoyl, George, jour. coach smith, ccorner Locust and Fifth.
Hoyle, Lawrence, grocer and dg merchant , 177 nnorth First.
Hoyle, George, ccorner Fourth and Elm.
Hoyt, James T., miller , Eagle mill
Hoyt, S. C,Eleventh, near ccorner Wash.
Hubbard & Mandlebaum , w and rdgmerchants , 25 ssouth First
Hubbard, William, (H & M ) dry good merchant , 25 ssouth First
Hubbard, B. D., bar keeper , ccorner Second and Prune.
Hubbard, Joseph, carpenter , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
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Hubbard, Julius C,tinner , Sixth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Huber, Fred., jour.upholsterer , 90 nnorth Second.
Hudson & Holmes , attornies at law , 44 Chesnut.
Hudson, Thomas B., (H & H ) attorney at law , 44 Chesnut.
Hudson, W. C,jour.carpenter , ccorner Morgan and Eleventh.
Hudson, -, painter , ccorner St. Charles and Seventh.
Huelsmann, John T., jour, blacksmith , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Huenness, Wm.William, carter , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Huetteg, Charles, Carondelet Avenue, near Wood.
Huff, Fred., First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Hughs, John R.,boot and shoe manufacturer , 164 nnorth First.
Hughs, Thomas, family grocer, ccorner Green and Sixth.
Hughs, Thomas, butcher , St. Charles Road beyond city.
Hughs, Samuel, ssouth bbetween engineer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Hughs, -, ssouth bbetween captain , Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Hughs, Matthew, laborer , Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Hughs, Harvey J., carpenter ,bbetween Carr and Wash.
Hugo, Daniel, laborer , ssouth eeast corner Soulard's Addition.
Hugo, Carl, jour.shoe maker , Second bbetween Lombard and Mulberry.
Huhn, Andrew, carpenter ,ccorner Twelfth and Carr.
Hull, Wm.William C,clerk , 65 nnorth First.
Hull, Joseph C,clerk , 25 nnorth Front.
Hull & Cozzens , copper, tin and sheet iron m'fty., 158 Broadway.
Hull, A. C,jour.tinner , 158 Broadway.
Hull, David P., (H & C ) tin and copper smith , res.residence 84 nnorth Second.
Hull, Mrs.Rebecca, milliner and mantua maker , 84 nnorth Second.
Hull, David, clerk , Mound bbetween Broadway and Second.
Hull, Henry, jour.bricklayer , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Hull,-west Big Mound.
Humbert, John J., upholster and paper hanger , 13 nnorth 2nd, res.residence 6 nnorth 2nd.
Humphreys, William, rope maker , ccorner 12lh and Franklin Ave.avenue
Humphreys, Mrs.Ann, widow, ccorner 12th and Franklin Ave.avenue
Hundemer, Jacob, jour.blacksmith , ccorner Poplar and First.
Hungerford, William S., merchant , res.residence 132 nnorth Fourth.
Hunsdun, L. H., clerk , 22 ssouth First.
Hunt, W. H., carpenter , 30 ssouth First.
Hunt, Daniel B., ssouth bbetween pilot , Seventh bbetween St. Charles and Locust.
Hunt, John F.,ssouth bbetween captain , Fourth bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Hunt, Wilson P., merchant , res.residence ccorner Olive and Seventh.
Hunter, R.M. & Co.company , drapers and tailors , 30 Chesnut.
Hunter, D. H., (RMH & Co ) tailor , 30 Chesnut.
Hunter, Joshua, jour.carpenter , Chesnut bbetween 3d and 4th, alley.
Hunter, George, ssouth bbetween pilot , 30 Olive.
Hunter, Miss Jane, ccorner Myrtle and Fifth.
Huntcr, Edward E., slater , west of pond.
Hunton, Logan, attorney at law , at Mrs. Ashley's.
Huntoon, E. D., coffee and boarding house, Howard near First.
Huntsbcrry, A., merchant , res.residence 174 nnorth Fourth.
Hupp, Sebastian, tailor , 25½ Olive.
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Hurst, John, jour.painter , Eleventh bbetween Morgan and Green.
Hurst, William, jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteen th.
Husbands, Andrew J., carpenter , Eleventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Huslage, Herman G., gunsmith , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Hutawa, Edw., (CF & Co ) architect and surveyor , 7 ssouth Third.
Hutawa, Julius, lithographer and drawer , 7 ssouth Second.
Hutcherson, Robt, clerk , Elm, 2 doors below First.
Hulcherson, James, jour.carpenter , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Hutchinson, Orrin, brick maker , Mound bbetween First and Second.
Hutchinson, J. D., brick maker , Mound bbetween First and Second.
Hutchinson, Levi, brick maker , ccorner Mound and Second.
Hutchinson, Jacob F., barber and hair dresser , Fourth bbetween Pine & Olive.
Hutchison, James, clerk , 108 nnorth First.
Huth, Chas., family grocer, 56 Market, res.residence Third bbetween Market & Walnut
Hyde, Geo. A., Justice Peace and notary public, Laurel bbetween 1st and 2nd.
Hyde, Samuel T., (JB & Co ) druggist , 150 nnorth First.
I.
Ihle, Joseph, jour., wagon maker , Wood near Carondelet Ave.avenue
Independent House , 23 Olive.
Indian Agent's Office , ccorner Vine and Fourth.
Indian Queen House , Second bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Ingler, G., jour.harness maker , 140 nnorth First.
Ingram, Samuel, porter , Seventh bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Ingram, Sarah A., col'dcolored , Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Iredell, G. G., barber , Third bbetween Market and Walnut.
Irvin, Edward, ssouth bbetween builder , res.residence Washington Ave.avenue , bbetween Seventh & Eighth.
Irvin, John, Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Irvin, Jerod, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Irvin, Francis, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Irvine, Wm.William, School Teacher , Fourth bbetween Railway & St. Charles Way.
Irvine, Gerard, carpenter , Broadway bbetween Carr and Wash.
Irving, Lewis, clerk , 20 nnorth First.
Isaacs, Lewis, clerk , 64 nnorth Front.
Iseminger, Henry, superintendent bagging factory, St. George's.
Isenberg, George, jour.cabinet maker , 26 Pine.
Israel, Abraham, laborer , Jacksonb Carroll and Soulard .
Ittensohn, Andreas, laborer , Labadie bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Ittner, Gottfried, shoe maker , 46 Elm.
Ivers, Jackson, ssouth bbetween engineer , Oak near Second.
Iwig, Nicolas, watchman , Fourth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
J.
Jabine, William, rgrocery and dg merchant , 155 Broadway.
Jabine, Charles, rope maker , Franklin Avenue, ccorner 10th.
Jaccard, Eugene, (J & Co ) watchmaker , res.residence 43 nnorth Second.
Jaccard, Louis J., (J & Co ) watch maker , res.residence 43 nnorth Second.
Jaccard & Co.company , watch makers and jewelers , 40 nnorth First.
Jack Downing Coffee House , 5 Oak.
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Jacks, Samuel, clothing merchant , 54 nnorth Front.
Jackson, Thomas, coffee house, 31 nnorth Front.
Jackson, House, coffee house, 61 nnorth Front.
Jackson, H., jour.saddler , 140 nnorth First.
Jackson, Samuel, watchman , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Jackson, Samuel, jr.junior , jour, painter , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Jackson & Kolb , hair dressers and barbers , 4th bbetween Pine and Olire.
Jackson, Henry, (J & K ) barber , 60 Olive.
Jackson, Violet, colored wash woman , Green bbetween 7th and 8th.
Jackson, Jonathan H.,ssouth bbetween pilot , ccorner Eleventh and Carr.
Jacob, Henry, laborer , Sycamore bbetween Third and Fourth.
Jacobi, Rev.reverend Ellis, Tenth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Jacobs, S., rclothing merchant , 35J nnorth Front, res.residence 24 Olive.
Jacobs, A., [M & J ] rclothing merchant , 30 nnorth Front.
Jacobs, Harrison, jour, chair maker , 26 Pine.
Jacoby, Charles & Frederick , St. Louis House 23 Market.
Jacoby, Ambrose D., clerk , Post Office.
Jaeger, Peter, cabinet maker , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Jagels, Henry, 77 nnorth Third.
Jameson, Thomas C,bar keeper , 71 nnorth Second.
Jameson, John, jour.locksmith , 92 Prune.
Jamison, J.L. & A.G. , dealers in produce and famUy stores, 67 M'kt.
Jamison, D. S., agent for W.S. & Co.company , lothb Walnut and Clark Ave.avenue
Janney, N.E. & Co.company , china, glass and earthen ware dealers , 80 nnorth 1st.
Janney, N.E., Archer & Co.company , brittania ware manufacturers , 80n 1st.
Janney, Nathaniel E., res.residence ccorner Locust and Eighth.
January, Thomas J., ccorner Broadway and Payne.
January, D. A., (S & J ) grocer and com.commission merchant , 60 nnorth Front.
January, C. C,clerk , 6o nnorth Front.
Janszern, Gerhard, jour.cabinet maker , 15 nnorth Second.
Jaques, Miss Harriet, Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Jarrett & Ferguson , w grocers and com.commission merchants , 50 nnorth Front.
Jarrett, Geo., (J & F ) com.commission m'chantmerchant , res.residence Collins bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Jarrett, D. M., brick maker , Broadway above St. Louis street.
Jayne, A. G., dentist , (C & J ) 45 Market.
Jayne & Pancoast , w and rdruggists , 138 nnorth First.
Jayne, J. W., (J & P ) druggist , 138 nnorth First.
Jayne, Eban C,clerk , 138 nnorth First.
Jayne, Zophar, M.D. , office and res.residence 145 nnorth Second.
Jeanerett, Mrs.Harriet, milliner , 61 ssouth First.
Jebeau, Peter, Second, near ccorner Cedar.
Jeckel, Christoph,shoe maker , Thirteenth bbetween Gay & Franklin Ave.avenue
Jeckel, Christian, laborer , Thirteenth bbetween Gay & Franklin Ave.avenue
Jeckel, John, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
Jedmann, Thos., jour.shoe maker , ccorner Carr and Twelfth.
Jedmann, Adam, tailor , ccorner Carr and Twelfth.
Jeffers, L. G., butcher , meat house, ccorner Franklin Avenue and Tenth.
Jeffers, Gilliard, col'dcolored , Elm bbetween First and Second.
Jefferson, House, 46½ nnorth First.
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Jeffry, Jacob, miller , Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
Jenkins, Alexander, jour, tinner , 21 nnorth First.
Jenkins, Edward, Fifth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Jenkinson, Mrs.Ann, widow, 76 nnorth Third.
Jennings, W. H., [P & J ] wholesale and retail dry good merchant , ccorner
First and Walnut.
Jenson, Peter, boot and shoe maker , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Jersie, Madam Julie, widow, 76 nnorth Third.
Jesser, F. S., wholesale and retail wine and liquor dealer , ccorner Plum and
Second.
Jester, James R., jourcarpenter , St. Charles bbetween 5th and 6th.
Jeter, Avilliam S., carpenter , Morgan bbetween loth and 11h.
Jeter, Littlebury, carpenter , Morgan bbetween 10th and 11th.
Jeter, Loyd, jour.carpenter , Avalnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Jett, S. C,clerk , 48 nnorth First.
Jewett, William C., clerk , 96 nnorth First.
John, O. James, plasterer , 31 nnorth Sixth.
Johnson, Andrew, blacksmith , nnorth First bbetween Clark and Bates.
Johnson, J. Marks, foreman tailor , 33 Locust.
Johnson & Linn , colored barbers , 87 nnorth First.
Johnson, Edward A., clerk , 29 nnorth First.
Johnson, Charles T., clerk , 16 nnorth First.
Johnson, John S., colored barber , 157J nnorth First.
Johnson, Samuel, jour, hatter , Rfi nnorth First.
Johnson & Cubberly , hat m'ftrs.manufacturers , Centre alley bbetween Olive and Locust
Johnson, D. H., laborer , ccorner Third and Pine.
Johnson, John F.,bar keeper , Planters' House.
Johnson, Benjamin,ssouth bbetween engineer , 11 Morgan.
Johnson, Thomas, butcher , ccorner Morgan anh Twelfth.
Johnson, J. E., druggist , ccorner Second and Mulberry.
Johnson, Miss Isabella, 62s Third.
Johnson, William S., jour.carpenter , 44 ssouth First.
Johnson, George,M.D. , ccorner Fourth and Walnut.
Johnson, John W., 137 Market.
Johnson, James, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Johnson, Mrs.Mary, widow, Eleventh bbetween Morgan and Green.
Johnson, William M., bricklayer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Johnson, William, barber , 112 nnorth Fourth.
Johnson, Isabella, colored, Walnut bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Johnson, Mrs.Nancy, widow, Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Johnson, Mrs.Eliza, widow, Tenth bbetween Wralnut and Clark.
Johnson, George, colored barber , Cerre bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Johnson, William, brick maker , Broadway bbetween Mound and Howard.
Johnston, Julius D., clerk criminal court , res.residence 12 nnorth Sixth.
Johnston, Andrew, carpenter , Eleventh bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Johnston, William, laborer , Eleventh bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Johnston, Miss Maria, Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Johnston, N. H., jour.tinner , 170 nnorth First.
Johnston, John, grocer , ccorner Oak and Broadway.
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Johnston, James, carpenter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 7th and 8th.
Johnston, John, ssouth bbetween clerk , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Johnstone, P. W., auctioneer , 55 nnorth First.
Jones, Robert, clerk , 31 ssouth First.
Jones, Clark & Gill , wholesale and retail clothing merchants , 15 nnorth
First.
Jones, Thomas, clerk , 20 nnorth Front.
Jones, P. H., clerk and jour. watchmaker , 32 nnorth First.
Jones, Thomas E., clerk , 96 nnorth First.
Jones, Jonathan, (RMB & Co) accountant , 172 nnorth First.
Jones, Bacon & Co.company , w druggists , 150 nnorth First.
Jones, R., jour.tailor , 23 Vine.
Jones, J. M., jour.tailor , Laurel, 1 door above First.
Jones, Bacon, Coffey & Co.company , white lead man'f'ct'rsmanufacturers , Fifth bbetween Chouteau
Avenue and Papin.
Jones, Francis, (JC & G) clothing merchant , Third bbetween Pine & Chesnut.
Jones, Fred. J., clerk , 33 Market.
Jones, Joseph, coach driver , Chesnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Jones, Thomas, St. Charles bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Jones, Wm.William, stone cutter , Eleventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Jones, Henry J., ehimist and druggist , ccorner Third and Market.
Jones, Wm.William H., brick maker and layer , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Jones, John, mill engineer , Payne bbetween Broadway and Second.
Jones, Miss Maria, Broadway bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Jones, Mrs.Sarah, widow, Payne bbetween Broadway and Second.
Jones, Edward, saw mill, res.residence First above Mound.
Jones, Daniel, ssouth bbetween captain , First bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Jones, Louisa, col'dcolored , Fourth, ccorner Spruce and Poplar.
Jones, B., carpenter . Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Jones, Mrs.P., widow, Second bbetween Pear and Hickory.
Jones, Emily, widow, Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Jones, Paul G., jour.carpenter , Second bbetween Mound and Howard.
Jones, John, jour.carpenter , ccorner Second and Howard.
Jordon, T.Officer, ship carpenter , Madison near Ashley.
Jordon, Thomas, watchman and carpenter , 8th bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Jordon, Robert, jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Jordon, Mrs.Jane, widow, Morgan bbetween 12th and 13th.
Jorgen, Frederick, jour.blacksmith , Cherry bbetween First and Second.
Joseph, Sebastian, jour.wagon maker , 101 Chesnut.
Joseph, Lawrence, laborer , Morgan bbetween 14th and 15th.
Joseph, Mrs.Catharine, widow, Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Jost, Heniy, horse doctor , sth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Jost, John G., jour.shoe maker , 161 nnorth First.
Joyall, Madam Joseph, widow, Third bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Julian, Joseph, gardner , Clark Avenue bbetween 15th and 16th.
Jung, Herman, stone mason , ssouth Market, bbetween Barry and Marion.
Jung, August, stone mason , Wood near Carondelet Avenue.
Juxberg, August, brewer , Second bbetween Plum and Poplar.
Juxberg, Mrs.P. widow,Second bbetween Plum and Poplar.
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K.
Kahl, Henry G., silversmith , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kaiser, D. & J. , merchant tailor , 26 ssouth First
Kaiser, Joseph A., cigar manufacturer , 64 ssouth First
Kaliaha, Mrs.Catharine, widow, Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Kallaha, John, laborer , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Kalkraan, Bernard, laborer , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Kampfer, Henry, blacksmith , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Kane, James, clerk , 2 nnorth First.
Kane, James, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Kanep, Michael, butcher , Thirteenth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Kanthrop, Miss Lazette, 78 nnorth First.
Karlskint, Michael, shoe maker , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Karrenbrock,' Bernard H., Fifth bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Karst, Michael, clerk , 126 ssouth Second.
Karst, Aloise, laborer , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Kas, Miss Catharine, ccorner Prune and Second.
Kasper, Miss Catharine, Sixth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Kasson, G. M., horse dealer , Oak bbetween First and Second.
Katz, H. C,merchant tailor , ccorner Third and Market.
Kaufman, Michael, laborer , ccorner ssouth Market and Barry.
Kaufman, Anton, laborer , Carondelet Avenue, near Wood.
Kaufman, Miss Elizabeth, 43 nnorth Second.
Kayscr, Alex., attorney at law , 45 Pine.
Kayser, Henry, city engineer , office Town Hall, Market Square.
Kealmin, William, jour.saddler , 37 nnorth First.
Keane, Stephen, stonecutter , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Keating, Patrick, general agent and collector , 97 nnorth First.
Keck, Martin, laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Keeker, Wm.William, hostler , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Keddie, Wm.William, clerk , 4 ssouth Fourth.
Kecfe, John, nail maker , Fourth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Keefe, Patrick,laborer , 125 nnorth Fifth.
Kcegan, Christopher, jour.shoe maker , St. Charles bbetween 7th and 8th.
Keegan, Patrick, grader and paver , St. Charles bbetween Eighth & Ninth.
Kcenan, John, jour.pattern maker , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Keene, Mrs.Laura, widow, dress maker , 35 St. Charles.
Keep, Wm.William, jour.cabinet maker , 93 nnorth Fourth.
Keepers, Miss Ellen, corset and dress maker , 69 Market.
Keesaker, Mrs.Elizabeth, ccorner St. Charles and Fifth.
Keifer, Miss Dorothy, ccorner Hazel and Second.
Keiser, John, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Reiser, Christian, laborer , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Keith & Lockwood , carpenters, &ccorner , 51½ nnorth Second.
Keith,Timothy, (K & L) carpenter , 51½ nnorth Second.
Keith, David, book seller and stationer , 88 Market, res.residence 9th bbetween Frank-
lin Avenue and Morgan.
Keith, William, carpenter , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
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Keith, Miis Ellen M., Fifth, one door above Chesnut.
Keith, J., laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Keith, M., laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Kellcher, Patrick,drayman , First bbetween Almond and Spruce.
Keller, John A., shoe maker , 51 ssouth First.
Keller, David, brewer , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Marion and Barry.
Keller, Joseph, distiller , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Keller, George, organist , Cathedral, res.residence 29 Elm.
Kellmeier, Bernhard, 89 nnorth First.
Kellogg, Edwin, ssouth bbetween captain , Fourth bbetween Railway and St Charles way.
Kellogg, Scymore, plasterer , Fourth bbetween Railway and St. Charles way.
Kelly, B., (JH & Co) Hospital Lottery, 85 nnorth First
Kelly, John, bot manufactory, 17½ Pine.
Kelly, Mrs.Sarah,ccorner Vine and Second.
Kelly, William F., clerk , 156 nnorth First.
kelly, John, rgrocer , ccorner Eleventh and Green.
Kelly, William T.,attorney at law , 9 nnorth Fourth.
Kelly, M. & E. , fancy, &c.dg merchants , 36 Market.
Kelly, Michael,(M & EK) merchant , res.residence Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Kelly, William, stone mason , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Kelly, Thomas, colored teamster , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Kelly, Daniel, grader and paver , Ninth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Kelly, John, lalsorer , Tenth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Kelly, Patrick, laborer , Ninth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Kelly, Edmund, laborer , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Kelly, Mrs.Ellen, widow, ccorner Seventh and Gratiot.
Kelly, William, Florida near First.
Kelsey, James G., jour.bricklayer , Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Kemp, Joseph, bar keeper , Fifth near Convent
Kemphaus, George, laborer , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Kendall, Benj., paper hanger , Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Kendler, John, tavern, ccorner Market and Ninth.
Keneg, Mrs.C. H., widow, Myrtle bbetween Third and Fourth.
Kennedy, A. L., hide and peltry dealer , 4 Laurel.
Kennedy, Geo., assistant clerk circuit court, ccorner Market and Fifth.
Kennedy, Wm.William, mill wright , ccorner Wash and Eleventh.
Kennedy, Jas., (H & K) lumber m'ch'tmerchant , 5th bbetween Franklin Av.avenue & Wash.
Kennedy, Robt.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kennedy, Charles, Union House, Market bbetween Eighteenth & Nineteenth.
Kennedy, Reuben, teamster , Marion, bbetween Decatur and Church.
Kennedy, John, laborer , ccorner Carondelet Avenue and Wood.
Kennedy, Julia A., col'dcolored seamstress , Cerre bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Kennel, Nicolas, jour.blacksmith , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Kennel, Jacob, cabinetmaker , Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Kennerly, Geo. H.,county marshal , office Third bbetween Almond and Poplar,
res.residence Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Kenncrly, . Aug., city collector , office Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Kenncrly, Mrs.Eliza M., Sixth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue

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Kennett, White & Co.company , w grocers & com.commission merchants , 18 nnorth Front.
Kennett, Wm.William C,Sec'ysecretary Perpetual Ins.Co.company ,79 nnorth First.
Kennett, Alfred Q., (W & K) 96 nnorth First.
Kennett, Mortimer, ssouth bbetween captain , ccorner Third and Myrtle.
Kentucky House , 173 nnorth First.
Keonekramer, Herman, market man , ccorner Third and Vine.
Keough, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Second bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Kergin, Henry, clerk , 172 nnorth First.
Kern, John, teamster , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Kern, John, blacksmith , Spruce bbetween 2nd and 3rd, res.residence 85 ssouth Third.
Kernan, Charles, jour.tinner , 43 nnorth First.
Kerner, Adam, bar keeper , First bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Kerns, Terrence, hostler , Locust bbetween Third and Fourth.
Kerr, J. & A. , w dry good merchants , 1 nnorth First.
Kerr, John, (J & AK) merchant , res.residence Planters' House.
Kerr, Augustus, (J & AK) merchant , res.residence ccorner Olive and Fifth.
Kerr, Matthew, Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Kerr,S. P., carpenter , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Kershaw, James M., engraver and printer , 23 Locust.
Kessler, Henry, jour.watchmaker , 85 nnorth First.
Ketchum, Solomon P., Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Ketterer,B., tavern, ccorner Fourth and Almond.
Keyes, Jonas, stone cutter , ccorner Market and Fourth.
Keyes, Robert, ssouth bbetween pilot , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
Keys, George, [S & K] com.commission and forw'dg.m'chts.merchants , 74 nnorth Front.
Keys, John, clerk , 74 nnorth Front.
Keyser, Rufus, bricklayer , Morgan bbetween 11th and 12th.
Kibby, Mrs.Mary A., widow, Franklin Avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Kick, Charles, Oracle, 24 Locust.
Kid, Wm.William L., clerk ,7l nnorth First.
Kief, Wm.William, Philadelphia Coffee House, ccorner Olive and Second.
Kieflin, Chas., laborer , Fifth bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Kiesel, Jacob, brick layer , Wood near Carondelet Ave.avenue
Kieselhorst, John, cabinet maker , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot
Kilby, George, jour.cigar maker , Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
Kilger, Adam, miller and mill wright , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Kilian, Peter, shoe maker , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Killeen, John, jour.baker , 97 nnorth Sixth.
Killin, Bernard, jour.stone cutter , Walnut bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Killum, John, jour.baker , 28 nnorth Second.
Kilpatrick, Robert, drayman , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Kilpatrick, George, private watchman , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Kily, John, laborer , ccorner Market and Ninth.
Kimball, Harrison, clerk , 68 nnorth First.
Kimball, John R., 108 nnorth First.
Kimball, Andrew, teamster , 131 nnorth Third.
Kimberly, Wm.William H., watchmaker , 44½ ssouth First.
Kimel, John, laborer , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Kimm,Tewes & Harves , w dry g merchants , 15 Market.
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Kimm, Theodore, (KT & H) merchant , 15 Market
King, A., clerk , 29 ssouth First.
King, B. B., clerk ; 153 nnorth First
King, H. S., clerk , unnorth First.
King, R. S., clerk , 19 nnorth First.
King & Murdock , attornies at law , ccorner Pine and Second.
King, John B., [K & M] attorney at law , ccorner Pine and Second.
King, Wylys, [W & K] wdg merchant , res.residence Carr bbetween 6th and 7th.
King, Morris, [V & K] wdg merchant ,res.residence Carr bbetween 6th and 7th.
King, John, laborer , Washington Avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
King, John, mill engineer , Payne bbetween First and Second.
King, Mrs.Hannah, widow, Payne bbetween First and Second.
King, Andrew, clerk , ccorner Fifth and Poplar.
King, Thomas J., painter , ccorner Rutgers and Third.
Kingsbury, Capt.captain Jas. W., M.S.R.P. department , office 28 Vine.
Kingsland & Lightner , d'lrs in ssouth engines , machinery, &c., 178 nnorth First.
Kingsland, Le Boy, clerk , 178 nnorth First.
Kingsland, Philip, [K & L] St Louis Foundry , res.residence Collins bbetween Cherry
and Hickory.
Kingsland, George, [K & L] St Louis Foundry , res.residence Collins bbetween Cherry
and Hickory.
Kingsley, Miss Albina, 35 Elm.
Kinkle, A., clerk , 3 ssouth First.
Kinlzing, Charles S., [HW & Co] wdg and com.commission m'chtmerchant , 57 nnorth First.
Kinzler, Agaz, laborer , St. George's.
Kippenberg, R. F., clerk , 71 nnorth First.
Kirby, Peter, laborer , First bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Kirby, Francis, drayman , Lombard bbetween First and Second.
Kirk, Randolph, mill wright , 121 nnorth Fifth.
Kirk, Peter, blacksmith , nthb Morgan and St. Charles Road.
Kirk, Francis X., jour.carpenter , Labadie bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Kisner, George, jour.blacksmith , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Kitz, Henry, laborer , Short near Wood.
Kitzmiller, Wm.William, Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Kivit, Henry, Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Klauer, John, jour.silver smith , 9 ssouth Second.
Klecker, Henry, grader and paver , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kleekamp, John, jour.carpenter , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kleekamp, Henry, laborer , Spruce bbetween 13th and 14th.
Klein, M., tailor , 181.3 nnorth First, res.residence Seventh bbetween Wash & Franklin Ave.avenue
Klein, John, jour.shoe maker , 92 nnorth Second.
Klein, Edw., druggist , First bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Klein, Joseph, (A & K) grocery and com.commission merchant , res.residence 82 Myrtle.
Klein, Geo., brick layer , Wood near Carondelet Avenue.
Klein, Louis, jour.baker , 284 nnorth First.
Klein, Nicolas, jour.wagon maker , Spruce bbetween Third and Fourth.
Kleinkamp, Jacob, carter , Short near Wood.
Klin, Mrs.Elizabeth, Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Kling, John, laborer , ssouth Market bbetween Park Ave.avenue and Barry.
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Klingel, John, jour.blacksmith , 74 Pine.
Klinger, Justus, laborer , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Kllni, Herman, laborer , Church bbetween Parle Ave.avenue and Barry.
Klock, Martin, pump maker , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Klockgeter, Frederick, cigar maker , 168 nnorth Fourth.
Kloto, Herman, laborer , Carr bbetween Sevcnth and Eighth.
Klotz, John, stone mason , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Klotz, John, jour.cooper , Third bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Klotz, Frederick, tailor , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Klotzseck, August, baker , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Klute, Kasper, jour.blacksmith , ccorner Second and Plum.
Klug, John, jour.coper , o Myrtle and Front
Knapp & Shea , drapers and tailors , 89 nnorth First.
Knapp, John, [K & S] draper and tailor , 39 nnorth First.
Knapp, Ccorge, [C & K] Missouri Republican , res.residence ccorner Elm and 4th.
Knapp, William T., book binder , 8 nnorth First.
Knapp, Edward, house, sign ami ornamental painter , 68 Spruce.
Knash, Benjamin, colored drayman , Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Knauber, R., barber , Third bbetween Market and Walnut.
Knauth, Henry, cabinet maker , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Kutgcrs.
Knecht, Mrs.Catharine A., widow, eeast Almond and Second.
Knecht, Peter, tavern, grocery and grinder , ccorner First and Myrtle.
Knecht, P., laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Kneeland, Russell, clerk , Mark's mill, Madison near Ashley.
Kneedler, Gideon, jour.plasterer , Convent bbetween d and 5th, alley.
Kneedler, Jacob, bricklayer , Convent bbetween 3rd and 6th, alley.
Knight, Albert, clerk , 65 nnorth First.
Knight, Ferdinand, jour.butcher , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Knight, Mrs.Catharine, widow, Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Knight, John D.,calker , Ashley near Madison.
Knight, Mrs.Hannah M., widow, Ashley near Madison.
Knight, Dexter, jour.carpenter , 11th bbetween Market and Clark Ave.avenue
Knippenbcrg, John, bar keeper , Third 2 doors below Olive.
Knippenberg, Fred., (F & K) tailor , Morgan bbetween Third and Fourth.
Knoepp, Adam, overseer gas works , res.residence Third bbetween Convent & Rutgers.
Knopf, Laurenz, jour.painter , 35 Vine.
Knopf, Fred., laborer , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Knorr, Fred., brush maker , Columbus bbetween Barry and Madison.
Knott, Benj., starch manufacturer , Olive bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Knott, Z. F., carpenter , ccorner Third and Walnut.
Knotts, Daniel, jour.moulder , 231 nnorth First.
Knox, Thomas M., attorney atlaw , office 22 Pine, res.residence Olive bbetween Eighth
and Ninth.
Knox, Gen. A., att'y at law , 26 Olive, res.residence Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 9th & 10th.
Knox, R. F., (H & K) fancy soap factory ccorner Cherry and Second.
Knox, F., M.D. , ccorner Third and Vine.
Knox, T. F., select school, ccorner 7th & Carr, res.residence ccorner Sixth and Biddle.
Knox, Milton, Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Knox, Reuben, M.D. , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
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Knox, Samuel, attorney at law , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Knox, John, jour.stone cutter , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
Knuti, Mrs.Anna, widow, Marion bbetween Carondelet Ave.avenue and ssouth Market.
Kober, Ludwig, shoemaker , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween loth and 11th.
Kober, George, chandler , Franklin Avenue bbetween lOthand 11th.
Koch, Charles, cabinet maker , Sixth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Koch, Henry, watch maker , Myrtle bbetween Third and Fourth.
Koch, William, cooper , St George's.
Koch, Frederick, St. George's.
Koenig, Henry, laborer , Short near Wood.
Koeschner, Henry, carpenter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 8th and 9th.
Kohlman, Wm.William, jour.w'gn. maker , 8th, bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Kohn, Joseph,[A & K] clothing merchant , 65 Olive.
Kohr, Adam, jour.blacksmith , Cherry bbetween First and Second.
Kolb, Peter, barber , Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Kollcrbaum, John D., ssouth bbetween mate , Ashley near First.
Kontz, Henry, jour.cabinet maker , Carr bbetween 8th and 9th.
Koons, John, ssouth bbetween mate , Green bbetween 9th and 10th.
Korf, Frederick, gardner , 8th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Koring, G. H., beer house, Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Kork, J. C,clerk , 15 Market.
Korte, William, laborer , Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Kosley, Patrick, laborer , Eleventh bbetween Market and Walnut
Kottlender, Henry, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Kraehe, August, pedlar , Jackson bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Kraemer, Matthias, teamster , Fifth bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Kraemer, John, carter , Twelfth bbetween Spruce and Randolph.
Kraemer, Peter, tailor , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Eighth & Ninth, alley.
Kraemer, Kasper, jour.cooper , Washbbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Kraemer, Mrs.Sophia, widow, Fifth bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Kraft, Bernard, butcher , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kraft, Henry, butcher , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kraft, Claudie, butcher , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kraft, Herman, butcher , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Kraft, Anthony, cabinet malter , 159 Broadway.
Kraiszler, Charles, wagon maker , Plum bbetween Second and Third.
Krapf, Ferdinand, plasterer , Second bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Krause, Robt., jour.shoe maker , 145 nnorth Second.
Krause, John, stone mason , Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Krause, Miss Eliza, 44 Walnut.
Krause, Morritz, book binder , ccorner Church and Barry.
Krause, E., cabinet maker , Fifth bbetween Labadie and Chouteau Ave.avenue
Kraut, Leopold, musician , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot. *
Krautler, A., St. Louis Tavern, 179 nnorth First
Kredell, Peter, baker , 125 nnorth Second.
Kreher, Joseph, carpenter , Broadway near Mound.
Kreikel, Miss Christina, 89 nnorth First.
Kreil, Mrs.F., widow, St. George's.
Kreiling, Tobias, baker , Spruce bbetween Fourth and Fifth.

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Krell, Martin, boarding house, Fifth bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Krenneg, Wm.William, tailor , ccorner Sixth and Wash.
Kress, Andrew, carpenter , Ninth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Kretschmar, Fred., Justice Peace and notary public, 63 ssouth First, res.residence
Walnut bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Kretz, Mrs.B., widow, 63 Elm.
Krieger, John P., bar keeper , 89 nnorth First.
Krieger, Herman, laborer , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Krimp, Henry, white washer , Sprnce bbetween First and Second.
Kris, Adam, laborer , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
Kronoman, Christopher, laborer , Convent bbetween 3d and 5th,alley.
Krope, Miss Eliza, 109 nnorth First.
Krueker, Victor, laborer , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Krum, John M., [T & K] att'y. at law , res.residence 6th bbetween Green and Morgan.
Knchenthal, H. P., stationer , 37 nnorth First.
Kuchenthal, E., 45 nnorth First.
Kuchler, Frederick, jour.cooper , 110 nnorth Second.
Kueckens, B.,jour.cabinet maker , 74nnorth Third.
Kuehne, Charles L.,jour.shoe maker , 144nnorth First.
Kuehne, Ferdinand C, jour.tailor , 144 nnorth First.
Kuenhene, F., jour.tailor , 81 nnorth First.
Kuepfler, John, jour.brass founder , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 4th and 5th.
Kueste, Herman, laborer , 8th bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Kulenkampfif, Herman, clerk , Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Kunckles, Harrison, carpenter , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 4th and 5th.
Kunker, Francis, shoe maker , 164 nnorth First.
Kuntze, John, tailor , 97 ssouth Second.
Kurtz, George T., ssouth bbetween captain , ccorner Sixth and Biddle.
Kurtzborn, Jacob W., butcher , ccorner Second and Sycamore.
Kuster, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Franklin Avenue bbetween 4th and 5th.
L.
Laane, John, jour.cabinetmaker , Seventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Labadie & Charleville , butchers , meat cellar, 41 nnorth Front.
Labadie, Sylvester, 103 Olive.
Labadie, Antoine, butcher , 41ssouth Second.
Labadie, Joseph, butcher , Third bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Labadie,Peter, (C & L) butcher , Clark Ave.avenue bbetween 15th and 16th.
Labadie, John, butcher , Clark Ave.avenue bbetween Fifteenth and Sixteenth.
Labeaume, Theodore, Broadway bbetween Railway and St. Charles Way.
Labeaume, Louis T., Justice Peace and notary public , 15 Pine.
Labeaume, Louis A., (B & L) merchant , 45 nnorth First, res.residence 40 Olive.
Labeaume, Madame, widow, 40 Olive.
Lackay, Hugh, collector Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Lackenby, Geo., jour.blacksmith , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Lackenby, Jas., jour.blacksmith , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Lackland, R. J., ssouth bbetween clerk , 43 Locust.
Lackmann, Deterich, clerk , 17 Market.
Lacroix, Eliza, col'dcolored , ccorner Randolph and Sarpy Avenue.
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Lacroix, Susan, col'dcolored , ccorner Randolph and Sarpy Avenue.
Lacy, Lewis F., clerk , res.residence Sixth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Ladd, James Leander, auctioneer , 53 nnorth First
Ladd, John S., foreman printer , 97 nnorth First
Ladew, A.P., (C & L) type foundry , res.residence Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 7th St 8th.
Laflerty, James, ssouth bbetween captain , ccorner Third and Elm.
Laing, Henry, pedlar , Thirteenth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Laidain, Joseph, chair manufactory, fee, 24 Chesnut, res.residence 48 Elm.
Lake, R. D., milkman , St. George's.
Lake, M. O., theatre actor , ccorner Biddle and Seventh.
Lake, Miss Elizabeth, Pine bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Lamb, Charles, medical student , 96 nnorth Third.
Lamb, Tavern, First bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Lambert, Clement, clerk , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Lambert, George, shoe maker , Eleventh bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Lamer, John, jour.carpenter , Gay bbetween 14th and 15th.
Lamer, Miss Jane, Seventh bbetween St. Charles and Locust.
Lammcy & Thompson , drapers and tailors , Laurel one door above 1st
Laminey, A. J., [L & T] draper and tailor , Laurel one door above 1st
Lamoureux & Blanchard , w and rdg and gro.m'chts.merchants , 27 ssouth First
Lamourcux, Antoine, (L & B) m'chtmerchant , res.residence 2nd bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Lamon, John, jour.cabinet finisher , 115 nnorth Second.
Landerville, Mrs.Mary, 101 nnorth First.
Landgraff, Christopher F., laborer , Soulard bbetween 6th and 7th.
Landis, James P., clerk , dry dock office, Madison near Ashley.
Lane & McCabe , M.D. , office 92 nnorth First.
Lane, James S., merchant , res.residence 23 nnorth Third.
Lane, Mrs.Julia Ann, widow, ccorner Soulard and Hamtramk.
Lane, Miss Mary J., ccorner Soulard and Hamtramk.
Lane, William Carr, M.D. , office Chesnut near ccorner Fourth.
Lane, Haulage, M.D. , (L & McC) res.residence ccorner Morgan and Sixth.
Lane, Thomas, ssouth bbetween mate , Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Lang, Larenz, jour.tailor , 80 Prune.
Lang, Peter, laborer , Fifth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Lang, John B., cooper , Short near Wood.
Langbein, Andreas, shoe maker , 12th bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Lange, John, shoe maker , 81 Green.
Langenberg, Fred. W., tailor , Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Langgut, Adam, blacksmith , St. George's.
Langham, Maj. E.T., ssouth ccorner corner Soulard's Addition.
Lanigan, Peter, drayman , Spruce bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Langley, James F., watchman , Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Langley, Thos.,baker , Third bbetween Cedar and Lombard.
Langton, Jeremiah, attorney at law , 2 ) Pine.
Langwell, Wm.William J.H., ssouth bbetween engineer , Sixth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Lapsley, Thos., butcher , Second bbetween Payne and Florida.
Larcntz, Conrad, cooper , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Barry and Marion.
Larivicre, Pierre, grocer , 112 ssouth Fourth.
Lariviere, John, clerk , ccorner Third and Poplar.
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Lariviere, Francis, col'dcolored barber , Second bbetween Laurel and Prune.
Larkin, Thos. H., w grocer and com.commission merchant , 48 nnorth Front.
Larkin, Charles, jour.carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Larkin, Henry, laborer , 178 nnorth First.
Latz, A. & S. , rclothing merchants , 62 nnorth Front.
Lauder, Christian, Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Laudcrback, John, jour.shoe maker , 12th bbetween Carr & Biddle.
Lauderback, George, laborer , Twelfth bCarr and Biddle.
Laughlin, O. D., jour.cabinet maker , 162 nnorth First.
Laughlin, Miss Julia, Fourth bbetween Cedar and Lombard.
Laughton, John, M.D. ,Pine bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Laumann, Fred., St. Charles Tavern, Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 8th and 9th.
Laveille, Jos. C, lumber merchant , Fifth bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Laveille, Eugene, lumber merchant , 70 Myrtle.
Law, Andrew, jour.brass founder , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Lawler, Wm.William, silver smith , ccorner Carondelet Ave.avenue and Marion.
Lawless, Judge L.E., attorney at law , res.residence Fourth bbetween Poplar & Cerre.
Lawless, J., saddler and com.commission merchant , 78 nnorth Front.
Lawlor, Wm.William, laborer , Almond bbetween Fourth and Fifth, alley.
Lawlor, Patrick, grader and paver , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Lawrence, L., exchange broker , 103 nnorth First.
Lawrence, Henry, furniture car, Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Lawrence, Miss Lucinda, 27 ssouth Fifth. ^
Lawson, Thomas, plumber and hydrant maker ,90 Prune.
Laycock, Peter, jour.saddler , Spruce bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
La Berg, Jos.jour.carpenter , Plum bbetween First and Second.
LaBou, Fred., Indian Trader ,70 ssouth Third.
La Bouchc, Francis, ccorner Cedar and First.
La Caille, Julian, clerk , 6 ssouth First.
LaCompt, Madame Cecelia, Mound bbetween Broadway and Second.
La Compt, Judith, col'dcolored wash woman , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
La Fout, Felix, ccorner Lombard and Second.
La France, Francis, 61 ssouth Third.
La Grange Coffee House , 33 nnorth First.
La Pierre, Peter, French boot maker , 33 Vine.
La Pierre, Madame Sarah A., widow, 61 Olive.
La Point, Lawrence, Mulberry bbetween First and Second.
La Roche, Francis, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
La R ont, Madam E., widow, Second bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
La Ront, Madam Julie, widow, 29 Elm.
La Tour, Peter, carpenter , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
La Tour, A., jour.carpenter , Lombard bbetween Second and Third.
La Tresse, Edward, painter . Third bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
La Tresse, John, jour.painter , Third bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
La Tresse, John, sen. , Third bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
League, William, jour.carpenter , 70 Myrtle.
Leamon, E. P., w and rd gand shoe merchant , 18 ssouth First.
Leamon, W. P., clerk , 18 ssouth First.
Leapley, Mrs.Mary, Pine bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
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Leavy,Edw., t'ch'r. p'blc.sch'1.No. 1,res.residence Frank. Ave.avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Leach, John, dry good and grocery dealer , 150 Broadway.
Leber, Alexander, blacksmith , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Leber, Joseph, jour.blacksmith , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
LechlerPeter , F., carpenter , First bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Lee & Martin , bakers and butchers , meat house, Commercial alley bbetween
Prune and Laurel.
Lee, Thomas, [L & M] baker and butcher , res.residence 167 nnorth First.
Lee, William F., clerk , 50 nnorth First.
Lee, William, jour.printer , ccorner Chesnut and First.
Lee, Henry, jour.printer , ccorner Chesnut and First.
Lee, Miss Hellen, milliner and straw bonnet maker , 116 nnorth Second.
Lee, Elliot, res.residence ccorner First and Poplar.
Lee, John, lumber merchant , ccorner Broadway and Franklin Avenue.
Lee, Mary A., Eighth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Lee, Alexander, jour.stone cutter , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Lee, John, [FL & Co] merchant , res.residence Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 5th and 6th.
Lee, Maj. R.B., U.S.A.,ccorner Fourth and Locust.
Lee, Mrs.Clarissa H., widow, Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 10th and 11th.
Lee, Fanny, colored wash woman , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Lee, John, portrait painter , Pine bbetween Third and Fourth.
Lee, Hannah, col'dcolored wash woman , Oak bbetween First and Second.
Leech, Wm.William, stone mason , Morgan bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Leech, Timothy, laborer , 7 Myrtle.
Lehman, John G., tailor , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Lehming, Christian, Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
Lehy, Thomas, stone mason , Ninth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Leitch, Arthur, stone mason , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Leitner, Peter,laborer , ssouth eeast corner Soulard's Addition.
Lemmon, James, clerk , ccorner Third and Rutgers.
Lemp, A., & Co.company , brewery and vinegar makers , 32 ssouth Second.
Lemp, John, clerk , 18 ssouth First.
Lenemeyer, Henry, 62 nnorth First.
Lenmeister, Stephen, laborer , ccorner Carr and Twelfth.
Leonard, John D., varnish maker , 24 Green.
Leonard, Philip, cook , 157 nnorth First.
Leonhard, Peter, boot and shoe maker , ccorner Morgan and Seventh.
Leonhard, Aaron F., saddler , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Leonhard, John, jour.wagon maker , Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Lepper, Philip, laborer , Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
Leslie & Field , attornies at law , 42 Chesnut.
Leslie, Miron, (L & F) attorney at law , 42 Chesnut.
Lesperance, J. B., 114 nnorth Second.
Lesperance, D. S., stone quarry , ssouth eeast corner Soulard's Addition.
Lesser, Jacob, jour.tailor , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Lester, Edward, grader and paver , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Letcher, Isaac A., brick maker , 150 Market.
Letzig, C. E.,upholster and paper hanger , 77 nnorth Second.
Levee Coffee House , ccorner Laurel and Front.
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Levi, Joseph R., clothing merchant , 15 nnorth First.
Levi, Solomon J., lottery and exchange office , 351/2 nnorth Front.
Levis, Charles, architect and superintendent , office 20 Chesnut.
Levison, D., rclothing merchant , 191/2 nnorth First.
Levy, Samuel, Second bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Lewellin, Charles, huckster , Seventh bbetween Gratiot and Papin.
Lewellin, Green B., school teacher , Seventh bbetween Gratiot and Papin.
Lcwis, T. A., [AMR & Co] tobacco stemery , nnorth Front bbetween Howard and
Payne.
Lewis, Mrs.Judith. Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Lewis, Alex., lottery and exchange office , 29 nnorth Front, res.residence 57 Locust.
Lewis, C. & T. , New York clothing store, 176 nnorth First.
Lewis, John Pease, clerk , 20 nnorth First.
Lewis, Mrs.Mary, widow, boarding house, 64 nnorth Fourth.
Lewis,Charles, clerk , 120 nnorth First.
Lewis, Mrs.Eliza, widow, 83 nnorth Second.
Lewis, Edward H., jour.tobacconist , 83 nnorth Second.
Lewis, John W., clerk , 132 nnorth First.
Lewis, William, 178 nnorth First.
Lewis, Charles P., family grocer , ccorner Fourth and Olive.
Lewis, Henry V., blind maker , 65 nnorth Fourth.
Lewis, T., jour.blacksmith , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Le Beau, Mrs.Hellen, 98 nnorth Second.
Le Beau, Robt.,saddler , 98 nnorth Second.
Le Beau, Chauvin, ccorner Seventh and St. Charles.
Le Beau, John B., gunsmith , ccorner First and Poplar.
Le Duc, . Judge Mary P., res.residence 38 nnorth First.
Le Duc, Joseph, dyer and scourer , 41 Laurel.
Le Duc, Louis, 42 Chesnut.
Le Dues, Abraham, First bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Le Guerrier, Chas., carpenter , res.residence Fourth bbetween Railway & Labeaume.
Le Guerrier, Mrs.Julie, Fifth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Le Page, Oliver, jour.carpenter , 112 Chesnut.
Le Pere, F., clerk , 8 ssouth Front.
Le Roux, Madame Ellen, widow, 44 ssouth Third.
Le Seuer, Alex., merchant , ccorner Myrtle and Fifth.
Libby, L. P.,c'b't.m'k'r. & und'rt'kr. , res.residence Frank. Ave.avenue bbetween 10th & 11th.
Liberty Fire Engine House , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Broadway.
Liberty Coffee House , 82 nnorth Front.
Liberty House , 60 nnorth Front.
Lichtenberg, Charles, shoe maker , Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Licke, John, laborer , Thirteenth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Liddy, Martin, clerk ,7 nnorth Front.
Lieberknecht, Jacob, laborer , ccorner Tenth and Clark Avenue.
Liebernichel, Daniel, laborer , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Liebig, Philip, jour.shoe maker , ccorner Sixth and Elm.
Liecht, John, stone mason , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Ligget, Christian M., [W & L] carpenters and builders , res.residence Fifth bbetween
Wash and Carr.
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Liggins, Isaac, colored blacksmith , Second bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Light, Samuel N., jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Lightner, Joel F. & Co.company ,w and rstove dealer , 175 nnorth First.
Lightstone, Valentine, jour.shoe maker , Green bbetween 5th and 6th.
Liles, Joseph, ssouth bbetween engineer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Limo, Antonio, bar keeper , 171 nnorth First.
Linchey, Hugh, carpenter , ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Seventh.
Lincoln, A. S., clerk , 29 ssouth First.
Lincoln, A. S., clerk , Perpetual Insurance Co.company , 79 nnorth First.
Lindell, Jesse G., Eighth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Lindell, Peter, Second bbetween Smith and Bates.
Lindell, Mrs.Sarah, Second bbetween Smith and Bates.
Lindell, Robert, Madison below Ashley.
Lindemann, John, Thirteenth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Lindemann, John H., laborer , Decatur bbetween Park Ave.avenue and Barry.
Lindley, Giles A., (R & L) gro. & com.commission m'ch'nt , res.residence Washington Ave.avenue
near ccorner Third.
Lindsay, Wm.William, family grocery & provision store, ccorner Fifth and Cerre.
Lingo, Wm.William, teamster , Second bbetween Howard and Mound.
Linhoff, Henry, Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Linhoff, Francis, Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Linkemeyer, Henry, (A & L) Walnut Street Tavern, ccorner Walnut & 3d.
Linn, Wm.William, col'dcolored barber , 87 nnorth First.
Lintner, Samuel, stocking weaver , Soulard bbetween Ssxth and Seventh.
Lisa, Madam Mary Manuel, widow, 49 Myrtle.
Lisa, Madam Jane, widow, ccorner Third and Walnut.
Lischer, John, laborer , ccorner Hazel and Second.
Lisles, David, jour.butcher , ccorner Green and Eighth.
Literary Depot and Circulating Library , ccorner Chesnut and Second.
Littell, William C., carpenter , Seventh bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Little, H., clerk , 97 nnorth Second.
Little, J. & F. , cabinet manufactory and ware room, 12 nnorth Third.
Little & Noecker , merchant tailors , 49 nnorth Fourth.
Little, James A., [L & N] tailor , boarding house, Spruce bbetween 2nd and 3rd.
Little, Michael, laborer , 7 Market.
Little, Miss Elizabeth, ccorner Fourth and Locust.
Littleton, William, ssouth bbetween captain , Sixth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Livingston, James M., clerk , 127 nnorth First.
Livingston, R. M., [H & L] 127 nnorth First.
Livingston, J., painter , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Livingston, John, coach maker , 45 ssouth First.
Livingston, Mrs.Violet, milliner , 45 ssouth First.
Lochne, Jacob, shoe maker , First bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Locke, John,Mulbery bbetween First and Second.
Locke, Joseph H., plasterer , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 7th and 8th.
Lockwood, Isaac, hide and leather d'lr. , 4 ssouth 1st, res.residence ccorner Spruce and 6th.
Lockwood, Abram W., carpenter , Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Lockwood, R. J., [H & L] merchant , 71 nnorth Front.
Lockwood, Samuel, jour.hatter , 15 Market.
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Lockwood, Edwin C., jour.carver and gilder , 60 nnorth First.
Lockwood, Miss Mary, 144 nnorth First.
Loewenstein, Christian, wagon maker , Barry bbetween ssouth Market and Caron-
delet Avenue.
Logan, Charles, drayman , 161 Broadway.
Lohman, Gerhard, laborer , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth.
Lohmeier, H. H., tailor , 51 nnorth Fourth.
Lohrum, John H., paver , Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Lohrum, Peter, paver , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Lohwenhoffer, John, jour.baker , Carondelet Ave.avenue near Wood.
Loker, George H., clerk , 76 nnorth First.
Lomann, Christian, porter , 69 nnorth Front.
Londo, Mrs.T., widow, 266 nnorth Second.
Long, Zachariah, ccorner Second and Spruce.
Long, Joseph G., Franklin Avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Long, Mrs.Mildred, widow, Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Long, Hiram B., jour.carpenter , ccorner Fifth and Wash.
Long, William B., clerk , 25 nnorth Front.
Longmesser, Henry, bar keeper , 199 nnorth First.
Longuemare, Leon, w and rrobe and fur dealers , 56 nnorth Front, res.residence Fifth
bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Longuemare, Charles, cigar and tobacco dealer , 29 Market.
Lonnon, John, ship carpenter , First bbetween Clark and Bates.
Lonty, Peter, Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Loop, William, clerk , 31 ssouth First.
Loop, Edward, clerk , 18 ssouth First.
Lord, Ezra, stage driver , ccorner Market and Ninth.
Lorenz, Miss Christina, Soulard bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Loring, H. J., clerk , 8 nnorth First.
Lother, Robert, painter , Randolph bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Lott, Charles F., M.D. , Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Louage, Peter,laborer , 79 nnorth Third.
Louck, Peter O., fancy baker , 47 nnorth Fourth.
Louck, A. P., 47 nnorth Fourth.
Louderman, J.C, & Co.company , w and rclothing m'chants , 102 & 155 nnorth First.
Louderman, J. H., clerk . 155 nnorth First.
Louis, Antonio, Coffee House, 171 nnorth First.
Louis, Thomas, tobacco dealer , 52 nnorth Second.
Louis, Ellen, col'dcolored seamstress , Poplar bbetween Second and Third.
Louis, Margaret, colored wash woman , 63 nnorth Third.
Louisky, Alexander, lottery and exchange office , 1st bbetween Locust & Vine.
Low & Clifton , w grocers , 13 nnorth Front.
Low, William, (L & C) grocery dealer , 13 nnorth Front.
Lowe, Dr. Solomon J., assistant clerk circuit court , ccorner 5th & Market.
Lowell, Abiah, butcher , Carr bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Lowens, David, jour.tailor , 83 nnorth First.
Lowrie, Alexander, jour.baker , 167 nnorth First.
Lowry, S. H., 45 nnorth Front.
Loyall, P., clerk , 129 nnorth First.
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Loyd, Daniel, book bindery , 97 nnorth First.
Loyd, John, jour.carpenter , Third bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Luby, John, trader , Spruce bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Lucas, John B.C., ccorner Seventh and Olive.
Lucas, James H., St. Charles bbetween Fifteenth and Sixteenth.
Lucas, Nelson, col'dcolored drayman , 121 ssouth First.
Luchtefeld, Jos., laborer , Chesnut bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Luckie, Wm.William A.,jour.saddler , 109 nnorth First.
Ludenberger, Charles, jour.cooper , Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Ludlow, N. K., clerk , 69 nnorth First.
Ludlow, Henry, slater , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Ludwick, Philip, baker , 101 nnorth Second.
Luebert, George, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Lueck, John, Union Exchange , 93 nnorth Front.
Luetteke, Jos., blacksmith , Barry bbetween ssouth Market and Carondelet Ave.avenue
Luetteke, Peter, blacksmith , Barry bbetween ssouth Market & Carondelet Ave.avenue
Lulfing, Christoph, deaf mute, Eighteenth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Lulfing, Mrs.Louisa, widow, Eighteenth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Lumm, J. W.,ship carpenter , bbetween First and Madison, near Water Works.
Lumpkins, John M., watchman , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Lunn, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween mate , 56 Oak.
Lunney, Peter, laborer , Labadie bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Lurtz, Philip, shoe maker , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Lurtz, Jos., baker , Carondelet Avenue ccorner Marion.
Lurtz, Peter, baker , Carondelet Avenue ccorner Marion.
Lutcher, Miss Catharine, Elm bbetween First and Second.
Luthy, John, M., D. , 41 ssouth Second.
Lutkemeyer, Bernard, German school, 27 ssouth Third.
Luttercardt, William, ssouth bbetween man , 4 Oak.
Lux, John, boarding house, ccorner Second and Myrtle.
Lyle, A. L., carpenter , ccorner Seventh and Market.
Lyman, Charles Y., clerk , 99 nnorth First.
Lyman, James, clerk , res.residence Spruce bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Lynch, William A., cabinet maker , ware room 104 and res.residence 106 nnorth 3rd.
Lynch, James C., Alderman, , Carondelet Ave.avenue , St. George's.
Lynch, H. C., Delegate 1st ward, Card'lt.Ave.avenue , St. George's.
Lynch, Frederick J., clerk , Carondelet Avenue, St. Georges.
Lynch, James, plasterer , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Lynch, John, hostler , Chesnut bbetween Third and Fourth.
Lynch, William, laborer , Third bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Lynch, Edward, laborer , St. George's.
Lynn, Patrick, laborer , ccorner Carr and Twelfth.
Lynod, James, laborer , 71 Green.
Lyons & Davis , rclothing merchants , 41 nnorth First.
Lyons, Alexander, (L & D) tailor , 41 nnorth First.
Lyons, Thomas, jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Lyons, John H., carpenter , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 7th and 8th.
Lyons, Patrick, jour.carpenter , 12th bbetween Wash and Carr.
Lyons, Robert, jour.carpenter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 5th and 6th, alley.

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Lyons, Garrett,laborer , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Lyons, Mrs.Annestasia, widow, Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
M.
Maas, William, jour.cabinet maker , Seventh bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Macaulay, Alex., clerk , 84 nnorth First.
Macher, George, laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Mack, Fred., locksmith , Elm bbetween First and Second.
Mack, Mrs.Mary, milliner , Elm bbetween First and Second.
Mack, G. W., painter , 1671/2 nnorth First.
Mackall, Wm.William R.C., surgeon dentist ,Chesnut, one door below 4th.
Mackenzie, Kenneth, wgrocer and com, merchant , 17 nnorth Front.
Mackie, James, shoe maker , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Macklin, John, clerk , ccorner Front and Olive.
Macklin, Mrs.Ann, widow, Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Macknulty, Edward, tailor , Carondelet Ave.avenue near Wood, alley.
Macks, Francis, butcher , St. George's.
Madden, Miss Elizabeth, Third bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Madden, James, jour.saddler , 37 nnorth First.
Maddox, Turner, Myrtle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Maddox, Thos. H., plasterer , Almond bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Maddy, John, laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Maeder, John, boarding house, ccorner Elm and First.
Maesseele, Rev.reverend A. , D.D., Procurator St. Louis University .
Magher, Patrick, laborer , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Magner, John, clerk , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Maguire, George, Mayor , 128 ssouth Second.
Maguire, John, Sligo iron store, ccorner Oak and Front, res.residence Broadway bbetween
Carr and Biddle.
Maguire, James, clerk , 173 nnorth First.
Maguire,Michael, jour.tinner , Plum bbetween Second and Third.
Maguire, James, book keeper , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Maguire, James, Jr.junior , druggist, Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Magehan, Jos. M., carpenter , Fourth near Chesnut.
Magehan, James, clerk , ccorner Third and Pine.
Mahan, John, cabinet maker , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Mahir, James, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Mahony, Wm.William, boarding house, 153 Oak.
Maires, Mrs.Sibilla, Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Maters, Mrs.Louisa, Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Maitland, J. H., clerk , 27 nnorth Front.
Makin, James, stamp brand and marking plate maker , ccorner Collins and
Cherry.
Mallet, Francis, general collector , Second.
Mallony,B. W., book keeper , Fifth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Malloy, Mrs.Nancy, widow, Elm bbetween First and Second.
Maloy, Daniel, jour.cigar maker , 170 nnorth First.
Maloy, James, laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave and Wash.
Malter, Matthias, Plasterer , Hazel bbetween Second and Third.
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Malter, John, plasterer , Hazel bbetween Second and Third.
Manck, John P., jour.confectioner , 22 nnorth Sixth.
Manderville, John, carpenter , St. George's.
Mandlebaum, S., & Co.company , exchange brokers , 158 nnorth First.
Mandlebaum, S. E., clerk , 158 nnorth First.
Mang, Jacob, boot and shoe maker , 49 Chesnut.
Mang, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Gay bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Mang, H., laborer , 266 nnorth Second.
Mann, Hugh, jour.engine finisher , 71 Green.
Mann, Mrs.Rosina, widow, 71 Green.
Mann, Wm.William H., jour.cooper , Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Mann, Miss Mary A., Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Manning, Aaron, lottery and exchange office , 631/2 nnorth First.
Manning, A. W., attorney at law , 41 Pine.
Manning, Edward, drayman , First bbetween Lombard and Mulberry.
Manning, Samuel, attorney at law , Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Manny, John T., book keeper , 101 nnorth First.
Manny, E. A., 101 nnorth First.
Manny, Lawrence, drayman , Tenth bbetween Morgan aad Franklin Ave.avenue
Mansfield, Willard, clerk , 22 nnorth First.
Mansion House Hotel , C. D.Walton, , ccorner Fourth and Locust.
Mansur, Chas, w and r variety store, 31/2 nnorth Front, res.residence Second bbetween Plum
and Cedar.
mansur, Stillman, clerk , 31/2 nnorth Front.
Mantany, Louis, grocer and liquor dealer , ccorner Broadway and Railway.
Manuel, Wm.William, (J & M) brick maker , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Mara, Thomas, plasterer , Randolph bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Mara, Eugene, Randolph, bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Mara, William, plasterer , Tenth bbetween Walnut and Clark, alley.
Marcelle, John, jour.cooper , Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Marcus, Antonio, ssouth bbetween man, , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
Marcus, S., ssouth bbetween man , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
Marcy, Geo., ssouth bbetween man , Madison near Ashley.
Margarvy, Levi, jour.cabinet maker , 100 nnorth Second.
Margus, John, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Margueron, Philip, tavern keeper , ccorner Second and Almond.
Marie, G. F., laborer , Broadway near Florida.
Marine, J. C., sawyer , Brooklin bbetween First and Second.
Marine and Fire Insurance Office , ccorner First and Locust, up stairs.
Marine Exchange , 198 nnorth First.
Marion, A., cook , 14 ssouth First.
marisse, Julius, clerk , 98 nnorth First.
Marker, John, Missouri Tavern, 225 nnorth First.
Marker, nicolas, 225 nnorth First.
Market Street Tavern , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Marks, Henry, clerk , 34 nnorth Front.
Marks, Hilel, clerk , Laurel bbetween First and Front.
Marks, Hiram, clerk , Laurel bbetween First and Front.
Marks, Ernest, jour.cabinet maker , 12n Third.
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Marks, Dennis, flour and oil mill, res Collins bbetween Hickory and Cherry.
Marlow, Charles, bed stead factory and turning, 115 nnorth Second, res.residence 8
St. Charles.
Marquardt, Fred., jour.cooper , Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Marquardt, Henry, Sen. , 81 nnorth Third.
Marquardt, Henry, Jr.junior ,jour.plasterer , 81 nnorth Third.
Marry man, Charles, Biddle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Marsden, James, clerk , res.residence 138 Market.
Marsden, J., laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash, alley.
Marshall, G.B. & Co.company , Franklin rail road lottery, 103 nnorth First.
Marshall, Dr. Alexander, surgeon and accoucheur , office 5 Morgan.
Marshall, James H., (T & M) dg merchant , 50 nnorth First.
Marshall, Susan, colored wash woman , 29 Green.
Marshall, William, St. Louis Museum, ccorner Second and Market.
Marthens, H. C., M.D. , 43 Pine.
Martin, E., w and rdruggist , 6 nnorth Front.
Martin, Edwin M., Verandah coffee house, 1 Laurel.
Martin, Henry, bar keeper , 179 nnorth First.
Martin, Edwardclerk , 39 nnorth Second.
Martin, John Q., (AO & Co) 84 nnorth First.
Martin, Charles G., clerk , 106 nnorth First.
Martin, John T., (original) w and rclothing m'cht.merchant , 106 nnorth First.
Martin, Adison, colored jour. blacksmith , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Martin, Meredith, M.D. , 30 nnorth Second.
Martin, Mrs.Mary Ann, 68 nnorth Third.
Martin, E., 181 nnorth Fifth.
Martin, J., private watchman , 68 Locust.
Martin, Henry, bar keeper , Franklin Avenue bbetween 8th and 9th.
Martin, Henry, carter , Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Martin, John, jour.hatter , Wash bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Martin, Mrs.Jane, widow, Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Martin, Owen, laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Martin, Wm.William, jour.moulder , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Martin, Louis, butcher , Lombard bbetween First and Second.
Martin, Christoph, jour.brewer , ccorner Third and Hazel
Martin, Thomas, butcher , St. Chas. Road bbetween Sixteenth & Seventeenth.
Martin, L., laborer , Second bbetween Howard and Payne.
Martin, James, street inspector , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Martin, Samuel, medical student , Seventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Martin, Samuel, cooper , Labadie bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Martin, Charles, cooper , ccorner Sixth and Soulard.
Marts, Dayton, stage driver , ccorner Market and Eighth.
Martz, Philip, jour.blacksmith , Seventh bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Maruet, Adolph, clerk , 56 nnorth Front.
Marvin, Wm.William O., (SWH & Co) hat and shoe dealer , res.residence 134 nnorth Third.
Marzloff, John, laborer , St. George's.
Mason, Benj. F., livery stable, Second bbetween Market and Chesnut, res.residence
Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Mason, C., copper, tin & sheet iron manufacturer , 170 nnorth First.
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Massey, Mrs.Elizabeth, Elm bbetween First and Second, alley.
Massie, David, measurer , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Massie, David, Jr.junior , clerk , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Massie, S. S., Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Massoll, Ferdinand, 451/2 nnorth Front.
Massot, Joseph, Fourth bbetween Cedar and Lombard.
Mast, Conrad, porter , 247 nnorth Second.
Masz, John,jour.blacksmith , Second bbetween Prune and Oak.
Matlack, Geo., (B & M) pln'g. and flour mill, res.residence ccorner Frank. Av.avenue & 9th.
Matlack, Edward, (G & EM) carpenter , res.residence ccorner Franklin Av.avenue and 9th.
Matlack, William L., plasterer , Ninth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Matras, J. J., (C & M) city and county surveyor, &c. , office 28 Pine.
Matthews, P. V., jour.painter , 35 Vine.
Matthews, George, jour.carpenter , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Matthews, Anderson J., bricklayer , ccorner First and Plum.
Matthews, William T., druggist , Fifth bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Matthews, John S., Olive bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Matthews, Richard, laborer , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Matthews, Stewart, carpenter , Fourth bbetween Elm and Walnut, res.residence Fifth bbetween
Convent and Rutgers.
Matthews, William, jour.carpenter , Fourth bbetween Elm and Walnut.
Matthias, Joseph, cooper , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Barry and Marion.
Mattingly, John A., jour.bricklayer , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 9th and 10th.
Mattingly, Francis L., jour.bricklayer , Franklin Av.avenue bbetween 9th and 10th.
Mattoon, George, jour.tailor , 41 Market.
Mattox, E. A., rd goods, &c., merchant , Second bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Mauerer, Mrs.Mary A., widow, Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Mauro, P. & Daughters , ladies' academy, Fifth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Mauritzius, Paul, cabinet maker , ccorner Third and Myrtle.
Maxfield, Andrew H., (C & M) painter , res.residence 12th bbetween Morgan and St.
Charles road.
Maxwell, William, confectioner , 140 nnorth Third.
Maxwell, J. G., clerk , 140 nnorth Third.
Maxwell, Samuel, plasterer , Fourth bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Maxwell, Henry, Plasterer , Fifth bbetween Walnut and Elm.
May, William B., clerk , res.residence 92 ssouth Third.
May, William, jour.cabinet finisher , 26 Vine.
Mayberry, Robert, jour.carpenter , Seventh bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Mayger, John, plasterer , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Mayhew, William, confectioner , Fourth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Mayo, William, Fourth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Maynard, Miss Emma, ccorner Fourth and Wash.
Mayrand, Henry, 11 nnorth First.
Meachum, J. B., col'dcolored 108 nnorth Second.
Meachum, Climpson, col'dcolored cooper , 108 nnorth Second.
Mead, Edwin, (H & M) People's Organ, 26 Locust.
Mead, Benj., seal maker and dye sinker , Morgan bbetween 7th and 8th.
Mead, Mrs.Elizabeth, Br'd way Cottage, Broadway bbetween Hickory & Pear.
Mead, Edward, jeweller and silver plate manufacturer , 48 nnorth First.
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Mead, George, Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Mead, Alfred, stone mason , Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Meadley, Miss Jane, milliner , 94 nnorth Second.
Meagher, Joseph, coffee and boarding house, ccorner Green and Fourth.
Meagher, Patrick, laborer , ccorner Twelfth and Carr.
Mealey, W., M.D. , Broadway bbetween Howard and Mound.
Mears, H. H., private school, Second bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Mechanics' Boarding House , 85 nnorth Third.
Meding, Gottlob, shoe maker , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Meding, Leonhard, shoe maker , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Meech, Stephen W., book seller and stationer , 8 nnorth First, res.residence First bbetween
Myrtle and Spruce.
Meech, Noyes B., clerk , 8 nnorth First.
Meginnis, Mrs.Mary, widow, ccorner Seventh and Gratiot.
Mehlhops, Fred., bar keeper , ccorner First and Myrtle.
Meier, Adolph., & Co.company , importers hardware , 23 nnorth First.
Meier, H. H., clerk , 23 nnorth First.
Meier, Thomas J., w and rdealer, in hardware, &ccorner , 98 nnorth First.
Meier, Henry, jour.shoe maker , 17 Locust.
Meier, Jacob, jour.shoe maker , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Meier, Jacob,jour.carriage maker , Second bbetween Oak and Prune.
Meier, Fred., drayman , 60 Oak.
Meier, Martin, New Market Coffee House, 155 Broadway.
Meier, John G., laborer , ccorner Morgan and Fourth.
Meier, Bernhard, carter , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Meier, Mrs.Catharina W., widow, dress maker , 8th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue
and Wash.
Meier, Henry, ccorner Third and Poplar.
Meier, Michael, ssouth bbetween man , Wood near Carondelet Avenue.
Meier, F. W., Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Meier, H., drayman , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Meinhardt, Henry, boot and shoe maker , 163 Broadway.
Meisel, Conrad, laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Meisen, Henry, planer , ccorner Washington Ave.avenue and Eighth.
Meles, Wm.William, shoe maker , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Mellans, John, grocer , res.residence Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Mellans, Mrs.Mary F., dress maker , Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Mellen, A., jour.cabinet maker , 162 nnorth First.
Mellenbrock, Fred., laborer , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Melling, Edward, painter , Mulberry bbetween First and Second.
Melody, G. H.C., jailor , county jail, ccorner Sixth and Chesnut.
Meltzner,Conrad, gardner , St. George's.
Member, Joseph, jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Memmler, Leprecht, lamp maker , ccorner Fifth and Poplar.
Minard, Lewis, Indian Trader , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Minard, L.Cyprian, student at law , 129 Market.
Menck, Adam, laborer , ccorner Third and Rutgers.
Mendler, George, tailor , Park Ave.avenue bbetween Church and Decatur.
Menges, Jacob, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
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Menke, Henry K., jour.carpenter , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth.
Menkens, U Recordon, jewelry and watch makers , 12 Market
Menkens, A. H.,(M & R) jeweler and watch maker , Is Market.
Menn, John, shoe maker , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Menn, Jacob, laborer , Market bbetween Barry and Marion.
Menne, Henry, tailor , 79 Green.
Menniges, Wm.William, tailor , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth.
Merbctz, Fred.,laborer , Eighth bbetween Wash and Green.
Mercy, Mrs.Mary, widow, ccorner Convent and Second.
Meredith, William, builder , ccorner Seventh and Olive.
Merkcl, Henry, cigar maker , 147 nnorth Second.
Merrick, John, rclothing dealer , 7 nnorth Front.
Merrick, Marcus, M.D. , 145 ssouth Second.
Merrill, Bushrod, ssouth bbetween mate , Morgan bbetween Third and Fourth.
Merrill, Daniel, brick maker , Broadway bbetween Howard and Mound.
Merrill, James P., 132 Market.
Merrill, William, cabinet maker , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Merriman, N. M., Indian trader, 14 Olive.
Merry, Samuel, M.D. , ccorner Almond and Front.
Merryman, E. H., M.D., prof, medical dep'tm't.Kemper College,
res.residence Planters' House.
Mersmann, Bernhard, blacksmith , Broadway bbetween Wash and Carr.
Mervin, Mrs.Mary A., widow, Tchapitoulas bbetween Wash.Av.avenue and Green.
Meslcr, Henry, laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Meszner, Frederick, laborer , 6 Spruce.
Mettencr, Francis, Florida near First.
Metz, Christian,jour.cooper , Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Metz, Jacob, jour.cooper , Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Metzger, Theobald, pottery baker , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Soulard and
Lafayette.
Meye, William, jour.cabinet maker , 21 Spruce.
Meyerly, Joseph, jour.tailor , 39 nnorth First.
Meyers, Matthew, cigar maker , 54 ssouth First.
Meyers, F. M., M.D. , 83 nnorth Second.
Meyers, F., jour.blacksmith , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Meyers, Joseph, boot and shoe maker , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Meyers, Mrs.Margaret, widow, 76 nnorth Third.
Meyers, David, cabinet maker , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 4th and 5th.
Meyers, John C.boatman , First bbetween Mound and Howard.
Meyers, Christian, plasterer , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Meyers, Nicolas, plasterer , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Meyers, Mrs.Mary A., widow, Sixth bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Meyers, Matthias, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Meyers, John, baker , ccorner Fifth and Poplar.
Michael, G. B., dry good merchant, 56 Market
Michelroth, John, laborer , Washington near Franklin.
Middondorff, Hammond, tailor , Second bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Middleton, Stinson, shoe maker , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Middleton, Andre wjour.painter , Skinner bbetween Clark and Walnut.
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Mieslang, Conrad, clock maker , &c., Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cedar, alley.
Mieslang, Fred., jour, saddler ,Fifth bbetween Park Ave.avenue and Rutgers.
Migher, Peter, laborer , Chesnut bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Mignault, F., 114 Pine.
Mignault, T. G., boarding house, Myrtle near Front.
Milcamp, Miss Mary, 157 nnorth First.
Milk, John, laborer , Thirteenth bbetween Randolph and Spruce.
Millan, James, book keeper , 18 nnorth Front.
Miller, John, ccorner Florida and First.
Miller, Samuel B.,jour.carpenter , ccorner Washington Ave.avenue and Fifth.
Miller, John, stone cutter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Miller, Powell, laborer , ccorner Sixth and Pine.
Miller, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween engineer , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Miller, Geo. A., laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Miller, Hiram B., painter , ccorner Fifth and St. Charles.
MiUer, John, barber , First bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Miller, John M., baker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Miller, Charles, saddler & harness m'k'r , 50 ssouth 2nd, res.residence ccorner 3d & Myrtle.
Miller, Jacob, paver and grader , St. George's.
Miller, John, lottery office, 41 nnorth First.
Miller, Geo., jour.tinner , 27 nnorth First.
Miller, Peter, jour, tailor , 101/2 Oak.
Miller, Joseph, Napoleon Tavern , 89 nnorth Front.
Miller, A., bar keeper , 89 nnorth Front.
Miller, A., & Co.company , w and r druggists , 94 nnorth First.
Miller, C. H., clerk , 94 nnorth First.
Miller, Mrs.Sarah, widow, 170 nnorth Fourth.
Miller, Miss Mary, ccorner Pine and Eighth.
Miller, Joseph, brick maker , EigTith bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Miller, John Z., jour.carpenter , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Milligan, Edward, jour.stone mason , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Millikan, Joseph B., baker , Florida bbetween First and Second.
Millikan, John, ssouth bbetween mate , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Millirons, Hiram, laborer , Ninth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Millman, Matthias, basket maker , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Mills, James, laborer , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Mills, Edmund B., jour.tinner , Myrtle bbetween Third and Fourth.
Mills, E. F., clerk , 51 nnorth First.
Mills, A. L., President Board Aldermen , ros. 125 Market.
Mills, Samuel J., 125 Market.
Milne, Douglass E., clerk , 91 nnorth First.
Miltenberger, J. P., Vice Consul of France, 50 Chesnut.
Miltenberger, Eugene, student at law, 19 Chesnut.
Minard, Rev.reverend P. R., Fifth bbetween Franklin Avnnue and Wash.
Minerva House , Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Minke, Henry, pedlar , Plum bbetween Second and Third.
Minwegen, Adam, laborer , Marion bbetween Menard and Buel.
Miskell, John A., carpenter , Morgan bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Miskendorf, John, porter , 70 nnorth First.
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Mississippi, Foundry, First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Mississippi House , 199 nnorth First.
Missouri Insurance Company , 67 nnorth First.
Missouri Tavern , 225 nnorth First.
Missouri Arms Coffee House , 57 ssouth First.
Missouri House , 30 Olive.
Missouri Reporter , S.Penn, , editor , 31 Locust.
Missouri Hotel , O. W.Grimes, , 196 nnorth First.
Missouri Fire Engine House , ccorner Third and Olive.
Mitchell, M., ssouth bbetween engineer , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Mitchell, —M.D. , 49 Pine.
Mitchell, D. D., sup't . Indian affairs, ccorner Vine and Fourth.
Mitchell, Leonard, ssouth bbetween engineer , 102 Walnut.
Mitchell, John, laborer , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Mitchell, Francis F.,jour.hatter , 92 ssouth Second.
Mitchell, Andrew C, jour.chandler , Skinner bbetween Market and Walnut.
Mitchell, William, laborer , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Mitchell, Miss Elizabeth, Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Mitchell, —6 ssouth First.
Moak, Henry, jour.carpenter ,Tenth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Mochel, Louis, barber , 65 nnorth Front.
Moerschall, Jacob, tobacco factory, Laurel bbetween First and Second.
Moerschall, John, jour, tobacconist , Laurel bbetween First and Second.
Moffat, James, hide, peltry and fur dealer , Chesnut bbetween First and Front.
Moffit, Mrs.Mary, Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Moffit, John, jour.brqss founder , ccorner Pine and Ninth.
Moffit, Peter, drayman , Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Mograh, Louis, jour.stone cutter , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Mohan, Philip, carpenter , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Molar, Geo.,laborer , First bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Moles, John, laborer , Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
Mollineux, Mrs.Eveline, widow, Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Mollineux, Mrs.Hannah, widow, Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Molloy, John, clerk , 74 nnorth Front.
Molloy, Miss Mary, 89 Olive.
Molloy, Patrick, laborer , St. Charles bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Molloy, Mrs.L. A., millinery and fancy store, 24 Market.
Molloy, William, 24 Market.
Molloy, Francis, Seventh bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Monaghan, Henry,blacksmith , Chesnut bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Monastes, David, blacksmith , Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
Monice, Mrs.Martha F., widow, Plum bbetween Second and Third.
Monroe, H. W., clerk , 7 Market.
Monroe, Mary, colored, Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Montgomery, James, cabinet ware room, 59 ssouth First.
Montgomery, William, clerk , 1 Broadway.
Montgomery, James, jour.carpenter , Seventh bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Montgomery, Edward, brick maker , Church bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Mook, Jacob, jour.baker , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
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Moon, John, clerk , ccorner Sixth and Green.
Moon, Joseph C, stone cutter , Seventhb Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Mooney, Matthew, clerk , 136 nnorth First.
Mooney, Francis, jour, book binder , 132 nnorth First.
Moore, Philip M., accountant , 3 ssouth First.
Moore, J. M., family grocer , 19 Market.
Moore, William, jour, baker , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Moore, Daniel, AlbionHall, , 151 nnorth Second, res.residence 178 nnorth Fourth.
Moore, John S., [McD & M] M.D. , office 57 Pine.
Moore, T. M., engineer , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Moore, John, driver , Sixth bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Moore, Richard, jour.tailor , Tchapitoulas bbetween Green and Wash Avenue.
Moore, Polly, colored, 12 nnorth Seventh.
Moore, Andrew, stage driver , ccorner Market and Eighth.
Moore, James, laborer , 21 Almond.
Moore, Miss Louisa C, 67 ssouth Firih.
Moore, Robertjour.plasterer , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Moore,, George W., blacksmith , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Moore, John S., jour.stone mason , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Moore, J. P., ssouth bbetween captain , Morgan bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Moore, Jonas, butcher , Broadway bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Moore, Mrs.Elizabeth, Broadway bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Moore, Mrs.Ann, widow, Second bbetween Smith and Bates, alley.
Moore, George M., dg and grocery store, 17 Market.
Moore, James R., carpenter . Howard bbetween Second and Broadway.
Mor, Dcterick, drayman , 26 Green.
Moran, Henry, Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Moran, Charles, Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Moral, F., laborer , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Moreau, H., stone quarricr , ccorner Seventh and Franklin Ave.
More head, James, carpenter , Tenth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Morehouse, Dickerson B., ssouth bbetween captain , Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Morel!, Peter, Switzerland coffee house, ccorner Second and Pine.
Morey, P. O., blind, door and sash factory, 192 nnorth First.
Morey, & Diaper, writing Stb'k keeping academy, 1th bbetween Olive St Pine.
Morey, D. H., (M & D) Fourth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Morgan, James T., & Co.company , book seller and stationer , 34 nnorth First.
Morgan, Henry, jour.gunsmith ' Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Morgan, Henry, boat store, (A & M) 46 nnorth Front.
Morgan, Daniel, laborer , 30 Green.
Morgan,-, distiller, Front bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Morgan, S. D., stone mason , Twelfth bbetween St. Charles Road and Morgan.
Morgan, Mrs.Sarah, 62 ssouth Third.
Morgan, Francis, stone cutter , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Morgan, John, stone cutter , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Morgan, Charles, laborer , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Morgans, Morgan, blacksmith , Market bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Morgenstein, Charleyclerk , 2 nnorth Front.
Morine, Antoine, laborer , Lombard bbetween First and Second.
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Moritz, Franz, jour.stone mason , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Morill, L. D.. clerk , 68 nnorth Front.
Morris, William C, M.D. , 9 ssouth Fourth.
Morris, & Jacobs, r clothing merchants, 64 nnorth Front
Morris, M., (M & J) rclothing merchants , 30 nnorth Front.
Morris, N., clerk , 59 nnorth Front.
Morris, Henry, Traveler's Home, 10 Oak.
Morris, Thomas, driver , 71 Green.
Morrison, William M., (S & M) 19 nnorth Front.
Morrison, John, drayman , 26 Green.
Morrison, John, laborer , 68 Locust.
Morrison, & Boswell, lumber merchants , Second bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Morrison, Thomas C, carpenter , 10th bbetween Morgan and Green.
Morrison, James,drayman , Morgan bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Morrison, Mott, boatman , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Morrow, Thomas, clerk , 61 nnorth Front.
Morrow, James M., 61 nnorth Frcnt.
Morrow, James, tin plate maker , 40 St Charles.
Morton, George, lumber merchant, res.residence 104 Spruce.
Morton, Mrs.Jane, widow, 104 Spruce.
Morton, Miss Allice, 11 nnorth First.
Mosear, Henry, ssouth Market Hotel, ccorner Fifth and Sycamore.
Moses, D. Gratz, M.D. , Fourth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Moses, W. H., colored barber , Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
Moshcr, William, M.D. , 28 nnorth Fifth.
Mosier, Geo., tailor , 21 Locust.
Mosley, Sarah, colored, Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Moss, William, laborer , 53 Olive.
Most, C, cabinet maker , ccorner Convent and Second.
Molt, John H. & Co.company , importers and dealers in hardware, 51 nnorth First.
Motz, Henry, jour.carriage maker , St. Charles bbetween 10th and 11th.
Motz, Peter, pedlar , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Mount, John, deputy constable , First bbetween Poplar aud Cedar.
Moylen, Edward, laborer , Elm bbetween First and Second.
Mudge, S.H., & Co.company , exchange office, ccorner First and Olive.
Mudgett, John, clerk , 1 ssouth First.
Mueller, F. E., watch maker , 85 nnorth First.
Mueller, Fred., m'chantmerchant tailor , (D & M) So Prune.
Mueller, John, jour.confectioner , 33 Market.
Mueller, Geo.Jour. stone mason , 64 Olive.
Mueller, Kuns, r dry good merchant, Morgan bbetween Fourth antf Fifth.
Mueller, John,laborer , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Mueller, Henry, laborer , Ninth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Mueller, Fred., laborer ,ccorner Biddle and Seventh.
Mueller, Miss Julie, Third bbetween Plum and Almond.
Mueller, Jacob, shoe maker , Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Mueller, John C, brick layer ,ssouth Market bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Mueller, Adam, watchman , Eighth bBiddle and Davis.
Mueller, Kasper, blacksmith , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
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Mueller, Valentine, Caronnelet Avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Muelering, Miss Eliza, 157 nnorth First.
Muenzel, Andrew, jour.cooper , Second bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Mueth, Augustus, jour.shoe maker , Second bbetween Almond and Spruce.
Mueth, Kasper, paver , Second bbetween Almond and Spruce.
Mugge, C. & A. , Oil cloth m'fty., Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Mulanphy, B., judge circuit court, 66 nnorth First
Mulanphy, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, 46 nnorth Third.
Mulberry, Tavern, Second bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Mulchy, John, clerk , ccorner Third and Prune.
Muldry, John, drayman , Sixth bbetween Washington Ave.avenue and Green.
Muldry, Peter, drayman , Sixth bbetween Washington Ave.avenue and Green.
Mulford, John, cabinet maker , Cerre bbetween Fifth and Sixth, alley.
Mullan, Thomas, laborer , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Mulligan, Bernard, laborer , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Mullikin, Mrs.Elizabeth F., widow, St. Charles bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Mullikin, Charles, merchant, 35 Elm.
Mullin, Patrick, cooper , Oak bbetween Front and First.
Mullowny, —, M.D. , Third bbetween Olive and Locust.
Mullowny, Mrs.Betsy, widow, Sixth bbetween Poplar and Cerre
Mullumby, John, laborer , Tenth bbetween Market and Walnut, alley.
Mullumby, Miss Susan, Tenth bbetween Market and Walnut, alley.
Mulun, John G., cook , 3 Olive.
Mulvers, Christopher, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Munay, George J., clerk , Second bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Munday, Jos., boatman , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Munkly, John, boatman , Ninth bbetween Market and Walnut.
Munn, I. Y., 123 nnorth First.
Munsa, Wm.William H., col'dcolored , Hotel Dressing Saloon, res.residence 110 nnorth Second.
Murdock, John J., auctioneer and com. m'chantmerchant , 53 nnorth First.
Murdock, F.B., attorney at law, res.residence Elm bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Murell, Jos. P., cabinet maker , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Murphy, James, clerk , ccorner Broadway and Oak.
Murphy, Daniel, jour, tailor , 41 Market.
Murphy, Dennis, 27 Green.
Murphy, John, laborer , First bbetween Payne and Howard.
Murphy, Thomas, Shamrock House, ccorner Market and Eleventh.
Murphy, Patrick, laborer , ccorner Market and Eleventh.
Murphy, John, quarrier , Madison near Water Works.
Murphy, John, drayman , Sixth bbetween Washington Ave.avenue and Green.
Murphy, Joseph, teamster , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Murphy, Thomas, laborer , Washington Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Murphy, Daniel, ssouth bbetween captain , Sixth bbetween Spruce and Poplar.
Murphy, John, laborer , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Poplar, alley.
Murray, Joseph, painter , 201 nnorth First.
Murray, Richard H., 201 nnorth First.
Murray, James, ssouth bbetween man , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Murray, Mrs.Elleanor, widow, Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Murray, Thomas, stone mason , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
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Music, Robt., col'dcolored white washer , 27 Green.
Musselman, John, jour.saddler , 37 nnorth First.
Muszbacher, Matthias, ccorner Wash and Thirteenth.
Mutry, Patrick, laborer , ccorner Carr and Seventh.
Mutual, Ins. Office , ccorner First and Locust.
Myer, Chas., clerk , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Myer, David L., Botanical Physician , Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Myer, Mrs.Madaline, widow, Olive bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Myer, Mrs.Elizabeth, St. Charles road, beyond city.
Myer, Simon, Venetian blind maker , ccorner Walnut and Third.
Mc.
McAdam, Thos., ssouth bbetween clerk , Rail way, near big mound.
McAdams, John, shoe maker , 28 Green.
McAllagat, Patrick, huckster , Market bbetween Ninth and Sixteenth.
McAnally, Francis, jour.tinner , 121 nnorth First.
McAnulty, John, Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
McAnulty, Bernard, Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
McAnulty, Michael, Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
McBride, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , ccorner Seventh and Franklin Avenue.
McBride, Patrick, butcher , Carr bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
McBride, James, ssouth bbetween steward , 44 Morgan.
McCabe, P., w and r variety store , 30 ssouth First.
McCabe, M., clerk , res.residence Spruce bbetween First and Second.
McCabe, Edmund, M.D. , res.residence Fifth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
McCafferty, Alex , jour.cooper , Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
McCafferty, Michael, laborer , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
McCaffery, James, cabinet maker , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
McCamant, Jas., produce & com.commission m'ch'tmerchant ccorner Vine & Commercial Alley.
McCan, Wm.William, jour.stone cutter , Seventh bbetween Franklin ave. and Wash.
McCartan, Mrs.Judith, widow, ccorner Fourth and Elm.
McCartcn, Patrick, jour.tailor , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
McCarthy, Dennis, boarding house, 21 Olive.
McCarthy, Timothy, jour.stone mason , 12th bbetween Franklin Ave. & Wash-
McCartney, Thos., clerk , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
McCarty, Thos., hawker , 7 nnorth Front.
McCarty, Jeremiah, huckster , 42 nnorth Front.
McCarty, Timothy, carpenter , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
McCausland, John, city assessor , 12 ssouth Fourth.
McCausland, Thos., jour.carpenter , Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
McCee, John, ship carpenter , Sixth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
McCherry, Patrick,(PW & Co) copper smith , res.residence 95 nnorth Sixth.
McClain, Reuben, jour.carpenter , Second bbetween Gak and Cherry.
McClean, John, laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
McClelland, J. I., LaGrange coffee house, 33 nnorth First.
McCiennen, Sarah, col'dcolored , Plum bbetween Second and Third.
McCloskcy, Henry F., clerk , 7 nnorth Front.
McCloud, Wm.William E., druggistc Fourth and Chesnut.
McClure, Wm.William, butcher , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.

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McClurg, Jos. W., deputy sheriff, Market bbetween Eighth an Ninth.
McCombe, Thos., boot and shoe maker , 76 Prune.
McConnell, M. & Co.company , exchange brokers , office 125 nnorth First.
McCord, Henry, Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
McCormick, Wm.William, blacksmith , ccorner Fifth and Spruce.
McCormick, Mrs.Isabella, seamstress, 174 nnorth Fourth.
McCormick, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween engineer , ccorner Morgan and Tenth.
McCormick, Alex., jour.carpenter , Sixth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
McCoy, James, jour.currier , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
McCracken, John S., jour.printer , 45 nnorth First.
McCrcady, A. P., clerk , 75 nnorth First.
McCreary, Mrs.Martha, widow,. Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
McCreery, P. R., (CT & McC ) merchant , 99 nnorth First.
McCullough, Thos., tailor , 16 ssouth First.
McCullough, William, jour.cooper , Third bbetween Plum and Cedar.
McCullough, Miss Mary A., ccorner Broadway and Railway.
McCurley, Miss Alice, Market bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
McCutcheon, Matthew, jour.stone cutter , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween Fourth
and Fifth.
McDaniel, S. P., provision dealer , 541/2 nnorth Front.
McDermot, Tierness, hawker , 7 nnorth Front.
McDermot, Francis, stone cutter , Madison near water works.
McDermot, John, plasterer , Green u Fifth and Sixth.
McDermot, Michael, lead pipe maker , 5, bbetween Cere and Gratiot.
McDonald, Wm.William, Eleventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
McDonald, John, market man , 120 Walnut.
McDonald, James, gardner , Eleventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
McDonald, Miss Mary, Madison, near water works.
McDonald, Mrs.Jane, widow, Second bbetween Hickory and Pear.
McDonald, Wm.William D., Tivcli Coffee House, 9 nnorth Second.
McDonald, Michael, laborer , 84 Prune.
McDonough, Jas.C. (TAW & co) clothing m'ch'tmerchant , 122 nnorth First.
McDonough, Wm.William, clerk , 122 nnorth First.
McDonough, Wm.William S., 103 ssouth First.
McDowell, David, carpenter , Elm bbetween Sixteenth and Seventeenth.
McDowell, Wm.William , jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
McDowell, J. Nash, M.D. , (McD & M) Dean of Medical Department
of Kemper College, res.residence 29 Vine.
McDowell, & Moore, M.D's and Surgeons , office 57 Pine.
McDowell, John Bayly, M.D. , 121 Market.
McDowell, Miss Julia, Broadway, beyond Rail Way.
McElwain, Jos.jour.wagon maker , Fourth bbetween Olive and Locust.
McEnnis, John, jour.cooper , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
McEntire, John, broker , res.residence ccorner Myrtle and Fourth.
McEvoy, John, stone and marble cutter , 27 St. Charles.
McEvoy, Joseph, 27 St. Charles.
McEvoy, Richard,stone cutter , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween lothand llth.
McFadin & Co.company , J. & J.M., w and rdg merchants, ccorner 2d & Market.
McFadin, Tohn, clerk , ccorner Second and Market.
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McFadin, Patrick, brick layer , Carrb Eleventh & Twelfth.
McFadin, Henry, stone mino , Wash bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
McFarlanc, James, w and r variety store, 31 ssouth First.
McFarren, Wm.William, jour.blacksmith , Fifth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
MeFcrlon, John, laborer , Twelfth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Metier, Roliert, huckster , Twelfth bbetween Washand Carr.
McGee, Thomasmiller , Carr bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
McGee, James, laborer , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
McGehan, Demetrius A., clerk , 30 Market.
McGhee, L. A., M.D., dentist , 55 Olive.
McGhee, Mrs.Margaret, milliner and mantua maker , 55 Olive.
McGill, Thcodore, (VcnP & McG ) gro. & com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 122 M'm't.
McGill, James, laborer , Tenth bbetween Market and Chetnut.
McGin, Peter, pipe layer , Water Works, 11 Poplar.
McGinnis, James C., ssouth bbetween pilot , 72 Locust.
McGinnis, Meredith, family grocery , Market bbetween Niuth and Tenth.
McGintry, Patrick, Star of the West Tavern, ccorner Morgan and Fifth.
McGlade, Francis, jour.carpenter , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
M'Glough, James, laborer , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
McGovern, Mrs.Ann, widow, ccorner Franklin Avenue and Ninth.
McGowan, John, drayman , 63 Spruce.
McGowan, John, jour.carpenter , Locust bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
McGoy, Patrick, jour.stone cutter , ccorner First and Plum.
McGrath, Dennis, Rising Sun Tavern, 96 nnorth Front.
McGraw, Constantine, baker , 119 nnorth Fifth.
McGreger, & Strarban, dealers in foreign & domestic liquors , 79 nnorth Front.
McGregor, Geo., jour.blacksmith , ccorner Eleventh and Morgan.
McGunnegle, & Way, w grocers and com.commission m'chants , 58 nnorth Front.
McGunnegle, Geo.K., (McG & W) res.residence Market bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
McHenty, John, r grocer, ccorner Eleventh and Green.
McHose, & English, St. Louis Brewery. Second bbetween Sycamore & Convent.
McHose, Isaac, (McH & E ) Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
McHvaine, Joeph, Street Inspector 5th Ward, ccorner Fourth bbetween Green.
McHroy, D., clerk , 30 Market.
MeHton, James T., plasterer , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
McKan, John, laborer , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
McKee, John S., clerk , 45 nnorth First.
McKee, Mrs.Jane, ccorner Morgan and Tenth.
McKee, Henry, family groeet , &c., ccorner First and Mound.
McKee, Wm.William, jour.printer , ccorner First and Mound.
McKee, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Elm bbetween Fourth and Firth.
McKee, Robert, brewer , Almond bbetween First and Second.
McKee, Henry, Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
McKel, John, jour.tinner , 17o nnorth First.
McKellops, Mrs.Mary, widow, 70 Market.
McKenna, Thomas, family grocer , ccorner Morgan and Seventh.
McKcnna, Patrick, stone cutter , Walnut bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
McKcnna, John, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
McKenna, Thomas, collector , ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Seventh.
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McKenney, B. F., Notary Public, 19 Olive.
McKenney, Michael, stone mason , west mound, near Broadway.
McKenney, Tully, laborer , Green, bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
McKenzie, Alex., drayman , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
McKern, Wm.William, drayman , Market bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
McKinley, Andrew, (G & McK) att'y at law , 29 Pine.
McKinstry, Wm.William H., hat and cap manufacturer & dealer , 13 Market.
McKinstry, Alex. H.clerk , res.residence Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
McKnight, Wm.William S., Deputy Sheriff, 83 ssouth Fifth.
McKnight, Mrs.Mary A., widow, 35 ssouth Fifth.
McKown, Capt.captain J. B., carpenter and builder , Pine, bbetween 8th and 9th.
McKown, James, Eleventh bbetween Morgan and St. Charles road.
McLachlan, Donald A., m'ch'tmerchant , ccorner Chouteau Avenue and Seventh.
McLane, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Franklin Avenue ccorner Fourteenth.
McLarky, Andrew, clerk , ccorner Third and Prune.
McLaughlin, Thos., Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
McLean, James, jour, grate maker , 4J nnorth First.
McLean, Samuel, 39 Elm.
McLeod, James H., clerk , 63 nnorth First.
McLin, John, cook , 158 Broadway.
McLin, X'rs. Martha, Payne, near First.
McLoskcy, Archibald, M.D. , ccorner Sixth and Biddle.
McLure, W. R., 7 opposite Elm.
McMahan, Richard, stone cutter , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
McMahon, Samuel, ship carpenter , Second bbetween Oak & Cherry.
McMahon, John, Shamrock Tavern, 36 Olive.
McManiman, John, jour.tailor , Ninth bbetween Green and Washington Ave.avenue
McManus, Bernard, carpenter , ccorner St. Charles and Eighth.
McMeal, John P., clerk , 62 nnorth Front.
McMillan, John H., book keeper , 36 ssouth Sixth.
McMillan, Maxville.jour.tinner , 121 nnorth Fifth.
McMillan, Wm.William, jour.blacksmith , ccorner Second and Oak.
McMullen, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Cedar bbetween First and Second.
McMullen, Robert, stone mason , N inth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
McMullen, Catharine, widow, Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Mc Murray, Wm.William A., M.D. , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
McMurry, John D.,St Louis iron railing factory, 7 nnorth Second, res.residence 6 nnorth
Second.
McNair, Mrs.Margaret, widow, ccorner Florida and Broadway.
McNally, Owen, Ninth bbetween Washington Ave.avenue and St. Charles.
McNamara, John, laborer , Cerre bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
McNay, Wm.William,jour.carpenter , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
McNeil, John, hat manufacturer and dealer , 36 nnorth First.
McNeil, John, tailor , 32 ssouth First.
McNeil, John, jour.carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
McNeil, Joseph, book keeper , Third near Pine.
McNeil, J., jour.pattern maker , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
McNemie, Wm.William, drayman , St. George's .
McNess, James, butcher , Short near Wood.
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McNown, James, jour.painter , ccorner Third and Chesnut.
McPharlane, Patrick, 172 nnorth First.
McPharlane, James, clerk , 172 nnorth First.
McPheeters, Wm.William M., M.D. , 45 Chesnut.
McPherson, Wm.William M., (W & McP) att'y at law , 44 Pine.
McQuilkin, James, accountant , Locust near ccorner First.
McSorley, John, stone cutter , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
McVicker, James, jour.printer , 26 Locust.
McWelch, Patrick, laborer , Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
N.
Nabb, Geo. W., attorney at law , ccorner Chesnut and Fourth.
Naegel, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Fifth bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Nagel & Dammer , Eagle Tavern, 91 nnorth Front.
Nagel, Henry, (N & D) Eagle Tavern, 91 nnorth Front.
Naghton, M., saddler and harness maker , 96 nnorth Third.
Naghton, Mrs.Ellen, widow, Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Naghton, Thomas, laborer , Chesnut bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Nalley, Thomas W., jour.carpenter , Eleventh bbetween Morgan and Green.
Nangle & Warren , cigar and drug dealers , 115 nnorth First.
Nangle, Joseph, (N & W) 115 nnorth First.
Napoleon Tavern , 89 nnorth Front.
Naquelle, Edward, jour.baker , Fifth bbetween Washington Ave.avenue & St. Chas.
Nash, William C., jour.hatter , 36 nnorth First.
Nash, Mrs.Caroline, 39 ssouth First.
Nash, Louis, musician , Third bbetween Hazel and Lombard.
National Hotel , J.Seymour, , ccorner Market and Third.
Navales, Mrs.Mary, widow, Second bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Neefe, K. F., cabinet maker , Wood near Carondelet Ave.avenue
Neidenberger, Matthias, tailor , Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Neil, Jos., laborer , Walnut bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Neligan, John, Liberty coffee house, 60 nnorth Fourth.
Nelli, Herman H., Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Nellis, Joseph, jour.carpenter , ccorner Green and Fourth.
Nelson, Ruea, w dry good and boot and shoe dealer , 129 nnorth First.
Nelson, W. H., boot and shoe manufactory, 4th bbetween Locust and Olive.
Nelson, Wm.William, (C & N) ssouth bbetween builder , Broadway, beyond Rail Way.
Nelson, Thos., ssouth bbetween pilot , Poplar, bbetween First and Second.
Nelson, T S., att'y at law , 30 Pine.
Nelson, Mrs.Angelic, Almond bbetween Second and Third.
Nessman, David, laborer , Eight bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Nessman, Jacob, laborer , Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Neumaier, John, jour.cabinet maker , Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Neuman, Chas, sign and ornamental painter , 86 Walnut.
Neumueller, Gottlob, jour.shoe maker , Green bbetween Third and Four th.
Neville, Johnssouth bbetween mate , ccorner Sixth and Chesnut.
Neville, Fred., jour.carpenter , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
New, Miss Jane, 9 Morgan.
New Era Office , C. G.Ramsey, , Proprietor , 28½ nnorth First.

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New Market Tavern , 127 nnorth Third.
New Market Coffee House , 153 Broadway.
New Market Eating House , 158 Broadway.
New Orleans Tavern , 187 nnorth First.
Newberry, Albert L., jour.tinner , 21 nnorth First.
Newell, Peter, jour.stone mason , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Newell, Miss Jenerhee, Twelfth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Newman, A. R., book keeper , 95 nnorth First.
Newman, Jonas, com. and boat store, 42 nnorth Front; res.residence ccorner Broadway and
Rail Way.
Newman, Mrs.Olympia, widow, 50 Elm.
Newman, Wm.William, col'dcolored ssouth bbetween steward , Ninth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Nichol, Thos. B., ssouth bbetween carpenter , Biddle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Nickel, Miss Elizabeth, 57 ssouth Third.
Nickerauer, John, laborer , 89 ssouth First.
Nicolas, N., druggist , 8 ssouth First.
Nicolet, Julian, watch and clock maker , 88 nnorth Second.
Niehaus, John, porter , Third bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Niemann, Fred., clerk , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Niemann, Fred., shoe maker , Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Niemeyer, John H., bell hanger , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Nigeman, John, tailor , Florida bbetween First and Second.
Nivin, Wm.William R., ssouth bbetween mate , ccorner Wash and Seventh.
Noble, Albert J., compiler St. Louis Directory, res.residence 30 Locust.
Noblock, J., tailor , 9 Morgan.
Noecker, Benj., (L & N) merchant tailor , 49 nnorth Fourth.
Noer, John, rgrocer and dry good dealer , ccorner Ninth and Franklin Ave.avenue
Noll, Jacob, Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Nollman, Henry, blacksmith , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 6th and 7th, alley.
Nolte, Clemens, Broadway house, ccorner Broadway and Pear.
Nolton, C., Broadway house, ccorner Broadway and Pear.
Nonamaker, Wm.William, miller , First bbetween Florida and Smith.
Norris, Chas.C. & Co.company , w and rhardware merchants , 97 nnorth First, res.residence
Broadway bbetween Ashley and Lisa.
Norris, Miss Julia, Broadway bbetween Ashley and Lisa.
North, John P., commission merchant , res.residence 40 Morgan.
North Market , Weigh Master's Office ccorner Fourth and Franklin Ave.avenue
North Star House , 31 nnorth Front.
Norteman, Frantz, tailor , ccorner Ninth and Carr.
Norteman, Herman, laborer , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Norton, A. L., book keeper , 22 ssouth First.
Noseda, Chas., 9 nnorth First.
Nowakowski, Michael F., Oracle Coffee House, 24 Locust.
Noyes, L. M.G., clerk , 2 Laurel.
Noyes, J. P., levee salesman , 2 Laurel.
Nuelein, Miss Mary, Seventh bbetween Spruce and Cerre.
Nurse, Gilbert, Biddle bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Nutzenger, Jacob, stone mason , 64 Olive.
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O.
Oacks, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Third bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Oakford, A. & Co.company , looking glass, comb and variety store, 89 nnorth First.
Oakford, Wm.William, (AO & Co) 82 nnorth First.
Oasbush, C., jour.engine finisher , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Obeart, Franz, rgrocer , ccorner Seventh and Wash.
Obens, Stephen, jour.blacksmith , 70 nnorth Second.
Oberdahn, John A., jour.book binder , 8 nnorth First.
Oberhelman, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Gay bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Oberman, W., ssouth e corner Soulard's Addition.
Odenwald, Geo., jour.shoe maker , Olive bbetween First and Front.
Odenwelder, Martin, blacksmith and wagon maker , ccorner Poplar and 1st.
Offermann, B., Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Ogden, Hammond, w grocer and commission merchant , 57 nnorth First.
Ogden, James, jour.plasterer , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Ohio House , ccorner Vine and Second.
Ohl, Theodore, shoe maker , 29 Elm.
Oiman, John, drayman , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Old Dominion Coffee House , 65 nnorth Front.
Olenbrook, Henry, porter , 31 Vine.
Olshausen, Arthur, printer and book seller , 33 Pine.
Olth, H., butcher , Wood near Short.
Olympic House , 71 nnorth Second.
Opel, Louis, furrier , 50 ssouth Second.
Oppelt, Joseph, tailor , Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Oracle Coffee House , 24 Locust.
Orchat, Andrew, clerk , 56 nnorth Front.
Orleans House , 55 nnorth Front.
Orme, Archibald E., brick maker , 43 nnorth Fifth.
Orme, Robt., brick layer , ccorner Morgan and Tenth.
Orme, James B., brick layer , ccorner Morgan and Tenth.
Ormsbey, Chas., clerk , 70 nnorth Front.
Ormsbey, Mrs.Sarah, widow, 70 ssouth First.
Orr, Mrs.Mary, Washington Avenue, bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Orrick, B., clerk , 24 nnorth First.
Osburg, Chas., Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Ossol, Jos., tobacconist , Payne bbetween First and River.
Ostrander, John E., ccorner Green and Eleventh.
Ostrich, James T., bar keeper , Planters' House.
Otkins, Mrs.Ann, Tenth, bbetween Green and Morgan.
Ott, Martin, jour.shoe maker , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Ott, Christian, family crocery , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Ott, George, butcher , Wood, near Short.
Ottekrone, Fred., laborer , Sycamore, bbetween Third and Fifth.
Otto, C., Carondelet bbetween Barry and Marion.
Otto, Anton, laborer , Carondelt bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Oudard, L., confectioner , 27 Vine.
Ouerlist, John, (W & O) copper smith , 154 ssouth Second.
Our House , near ccorner Madison and Ashley.
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Ouvre, John, laborer , Plum, bbetween First and Second.
Overdeir, Peter, clerk , ccorner Fourth and Market.
Overstaltz, Wm.William, jour.baker , 234 nnorth First.
Owens, Esrom, Coroner , office 15 Pine; res.residence 256 nnorth First.
Owens, Richard, porter , 120 Walnut.
Owings, J. F., (B.O. & G.) m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 6th bbetween Locust and St Charles.
O'Blenis, John P., clerk , 7 Market.
O'Blenis, Robert M., livery stable, 50 Chesnut, res.residence 15 nnorth Third.
O'Blenis, John, Market bbetween Tenth and Eleventh, alley.
O'Brien, Hugh, Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
O'Brien, Lawrence, shoe maker , 32 ssouth Fifth.
O'Brien, Cornelius, stone mason , 98 nnorth Second.
O'Brien, Horace, steward , ccorner Second and Prune.
O'Brien, Daniel, queensware packer , 67 nnorth Second, alley.
O'Brien, Michael, laborer , Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
O'Brien, Patrick, laborer , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
O'Brien, Thomas, laborer , Ninth bbetween Walnut and Market.
O'Bryan, Miss Mary, Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
O'Flaherty, Thos., (H & Co) boat store, res.residence Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue
and Wash.
O'Hare, Samuel, laborer , ccorner Ninth and Walnut.
O'Hara, James, ssouth bbetween captain , Green bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
O'Hara, John, M.D. , Eighth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
O'Hara, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Eighth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
O'Hara, M. & Co.company , bell and brass foundry , 191 nnorth First.
O'Hea, John, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
O'Mare, Patrick, laborer , ccorner Wash and Fourteenth.
O'May, Anthony, boatman , Second bbetween Cedar and Plum.
O'Neil, James, boot and shoe maker , 148 nnorth First.
O'Neil, Robert, clerk , ccorner Third and Poplar.
O'Neil, Mrs.Mary, widow, 89 Olive.
O'Rourke, John, w & rdry good and grocery m'chantmerchant , 7 and 9 ssouth Front.
O'Sullivan, Michael, man. of Stoughton's bitters, ccorner 2d and Mulberry.
O'Sullivan, Eugene, ccorner Second and Mulberry.
P.
Packer, Geo., tailor , ccorner St. Charles and Fifth.
Padfield, Abram, col'dcolored ssouth bbetween engineer , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Padfield, Edward, col'dcolored drayman , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Padgett, John, blacksmith , 81 nnorth Third.
Pagaud, James H., clerk , 45 Locust.
Pagaud, James M., clerk , 45 Locust.
Page, D. D., flouring mill and bakery, 22 ssouth First.
Page, Miss Mary, 74 ssouth First.
Page, Miss Augusta, 102 Market.
Page, Thos., dry good, grocery and hardware m'ch'tmerchant , 8 nnorth First.
Page's, mill, Front bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Palm, Wm.William, clerk Board of Aldermen , Centre Market House.
Palmer, Chas. L., Sixth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
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Pancoast, C. E., (J & P) druggist , 138 nnorth First.
Pape, Christoph, cabinet maker , ccorner Third and Myrtle.
Papin, Jos., confectionery 111 nnorth First.
Papin, Alex., 102 nnorth First.
Papin, P. D., Indian Trader , ccorner Pine and Second.
Papin, Madame, Jos., widow, Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Paris House , ccorner Spruce and Second.
Pariso, Bernard, wagon maker , Carondelet Avenue, near Barry.
Park, Mrs.Ann G., widow, 4 ssouth Fourth.
Parker, John M., brick layer , Tenth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Parker, D. H., ccorner Seventh and Myrtle.
Parker, Wm.William, jour.hose maker , 20 nnorth First.
Parker, Wm.William, jour.brass founder , 95 nnorth First.
Parker, H. S., sash factory , Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Parker, Thos. M., ssouth bbetween pilot . Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Parker, H. L., (B & P) brick maker , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Parker, Mrs.Hannah, widow, Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Parks, R. M., carpenter , Seventh bbetween Spruce and Cerre.
Parks, James, teamster , Broadway beyond Mound.
Parmelee, A. F., Inspector of weights and measures , office 166 nnorth First,
res.residence 65 Green.
Parmerlie, Thos. J., carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Parquet, Mr.Elizabeth, widow, Franklin Boarding House, 30 Locust.
Parr, Isaac, book keeper , Eleventh bbetween Morgan and St. Charles.
Parr, Madame Angeline, widow, ccorner Poplar and Sixth.
Parrot, Louis J., 105 nnorth First.
Parson, Thomas, jour.pattern maker , Breadway bbetween Hickory & Pear.
Parsons, Thomas, jour.printer , 14 nnorth First.
Paschall, Nathaniel, editor New Era , res.residence Fifth bbetween Almond & Poplar.
Pasquer, Madame Elomise, 91 Olive.
Passaquay, Albert, Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Pastuer, Mrs.Mary L., Pine Street House, ccorner First and Pine.
Pastuer, James B., jour.printer , ccorner First and Pine.
Patch, Samuel, jour.carpenter , 121 nnorth Fifth.
Patchell, James, clerk , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Pate, Caleb, teamster , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Pate, James, teamster , Church bbetween Soulard and Lafayette.
Patre, Antoine, porter , 7 nnorth First.
Patriote Tavern , Second bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Pattan, Nicolas, carpenter , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Patten, E.B., & Co.company , dry good and grocery dealers , 5 Market.
Patterson, Henry L., ccorner Seventh and Olive.
Patterson, John, mill wright , Twelfth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Patterson, Lewis, Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Patterson, Joseph, botanical physician , 172 nnorth Fourth.
Patterson, William A., stage proprietor , ccorner Vine and Third.
Patterson, H. R., confectioner , 122 nnorth Third.
Patterson, Mrs.H., widow, 142 nnorth Fourth.
Patterson, Nathaniel, m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 84 Olive.
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Patterson, Robt., stage driver , ccorner Market and Eighth.
Patton, John M., (B & P) City Hotel, ccorner Vine and Third.
Patton, Rev. Wm.William, Fifth bbetween St. Charles and Washington Avenue.
Patton, Mrs.Lucinda, widow, St. George's.
Pauer, . Philip, jour.shoe maker , 37 nnorth Seventh.
Pauer, John, barber , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Paul, Col. R., 88 Elm.
Paul, Almarin B., clerk , 149 nnorth First.
Paul, Miss Maria, ccorner Clark and Skinner.
Paul, Peter, laborer , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Paulding, John W., hatter , Sixth bbetween Spruce and Cerre.
Pauls, Ferdinand, laborer , Short near Wood.
Paxon, John W., clerk , 14 Market.
Payne, Geo. W., jour.cabinet maker , 148 nnorth Second.
Payne, S. D., victualing house, 60 Oak.
Payne, Sam'l., laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Peacocke, James S., M.D. , 96 nnorth Third.
Pease, J.S. & Co.company , w and rhardware m'ch'tsmerchants , 20 nnorth First; res.residence Fourth bbetween
Plum and Cedar.
Pease, Henry L., (JSP & Co) man'fc'tr of hose & wire ware, 20 nnorth 1st.
Peash, John, jour.painter , 9 nnorth Second.
Peash, Geo., jour.painter , 9 nnorth Second.
Pearce, John J., plumber and hydrant maker , Market bbetween 10th and 11th.
Pearson, Henry, book keeper , Gas Light, 100 nnorth First.
Peart, P. R., stone mason , Olive bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Peck, R.B. & Co.company , gen'lcom.commission merchants , 45 nnorth Front, up stairs.
Peck, C. A., (RBP & Co) merchant , res.residence ccorner Fifth and Market.
Peck, Chas. H., carpenter , ccorner Chesnut and Seventh; res.residence 84 Market.
Peek, Nelson, brick maker , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Peers, V. J., St. Louis boarding house, ccorner First and Market.
Peets, S. G, boarding house, 8 nnorth Third.
Pegels, Fred., carpenter , St. George's.
Peibacher, John, steward , 157 nnorth First.
Pelkin, G., rgrocer , Cedar bbetween Second and Third.
Pclloux, James, clerk , 8 nnorth First.
Peltier, Joseph, ssouth bbetween mate , 74 Locust.
Peltier, Jeremiah, Tavern, ccorner Second and Cedar.
Pembridge, Mrs.Mary, boarding house, Prune bbetween First and Front.
Penn.S., Jr.junior , editor Mo.Missouri Reporter , res.residence Morgan bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Penner, Conrad, market man , Eleventh bbetween Carr and Wash.
Penninghouse, Robert, clerk , 18 Market.
Penningroth, Mrs.Eliza, widow, 70 Olive.
Pennington, John T., clerk , 8 ssouth First.
Pennington, William A., Pine bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Penny, Isaac, jour.blacksmith , 85 Olive.
Penrod, Jonathan, ssouth bbetween pilot , 162 nnorth Sixth.
Penson, Joseph, laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Pentel, Peter, locksmith , Plum bbetween First and Second.
Perchbocher, Fred., jour.baker , 39 nnorth Second.
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Perkins, E. P., grate setter & stenceller , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 4th & 5th.
Perkins, James, jour.carpenter , 192 nnorth First.
Peron, F., laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Perrin, John B., skin dresser , ccorner Spruce and Front.
Perrin, Charles, book keeper , Fifth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Perrin, Charles, variety store, 28 ssouth First.
Perry, L. D., M.D. , Third bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Perry, John M., M.D. , 102½ nnorth Second.
Perry, Mrs.Ann M., widow, Fifth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Perry, John, brick layer , Pine bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Perry, James, bar keeper , 8 Market.
Perry, Edward & Co.company , wagon makers , 7 nnorth Second, alley.
Perry, Louis, jourcigar maker , ccorner Second and Almond.
Perry, John, cigar maker , 84 nnorth Sixth.
Peter, Madam Victoria, widow, Plum bbetween First and Second.
Peters, Ralph, (K & P) merchant , 1 nnorth First.
Peters, John, jour.saddler , 37 nnorth First.
Peters, Louis, fancy fur store, 43 Market.
Peters, Christoph, jourblacksmith , ccorner Morgan and Fourteenth.
Peters, Thos., 42 Market.
Peterson, John H., jour.carpenter , 194 nnorth First.
Peterson, Mrs.Margaret, widow, Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Petithony, Christopher, cooper , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Barry and Marion.
Petithony, Christopher, Jr.junior , cooper , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Barry and
Maron.
Pettit, Edward, driver , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Pettus, Wm.William G., office Locust, near First; res.residence Vine bbetween 3d and 4th.
Petzold, John, (Y & P) furnishing store, 49 Market.
Pfaff, George, jour.carpenter , Madison, near Florida.
Pfaff, Christoph, jour.carpenter , 88 nnorth Front.
Pfalszgraf, John, (HH & Co) hair dresser , 43 nnorth Second.
Pfeiffer, Jos., jeweler and watch maker , 90 ssouth Second.
Pfeiffer, Andreas, boarding house, Fourth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Pfister, Francis V., clerk , Laurel bbetween First and Second.
Pfund, Fred., Golden Adler , Carondelet bbetween Carroll and Soulard.
Phelan, M., coffee house, 30 nnorth Front.
Phelps, Andrew, carpenter , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Philadelphia Coffee House , ccorner Second and Olive.
Philebert, Augustus, jour.jeweller , res.residence 6th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Philebert, Joseph, ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and Fifth.
Philebert, Benjamin, carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Fifth.
Philebert, Adolph, jour.tailor , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Fifth.
Phillippi, Alexander, clerk , 55 Market.
Phillips, George W., M.D. , office 52 Chesnut, res.residence Green bbetween 9th & 10th.
Phillips, Nathaniel, music store, 28 Market.
Phillips, Joseph, Third bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Phillips, John, Social Hall Coffee House, 3 Market.
Phillips, Joseph, clerk , 54 nnorth First.
Phillips, Thomas, boarding house, ccorner Vine and Third.
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Phillips, Jacob, drayman , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Phillips, James, carpenter , ccorner Morgan and Ninth.
Phipps, L., clerk , 53 nnorth First.
Phoenix, Brewery, Front bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Pica, Francis, carpenter , First bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Pickering, Charles, brass founder , Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Pickett, Wm.William P., ssouth bbetween engineer , 1 Laurel.
Picotte, Honore, Indian Trader , 102½ nnorth Second.
Piekerhapt, Nicolas, jour.baker , 22 ssouth First.
Piggott, Austin, druggist , 173 nnorth First, res.residence 130 nnorth Third.
Piggott, William, druggist , ccorner Third and Morgan.
Piggott, Miss Mary, 130 nnorth Third.
Pigott, John T., clerk , 10 nnorth First.
Pigott, Mrs.Frances, widow, Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Pigott & Anderson , druggists and apothecaries , 14 Market.
Pigott, Wm.William J., (P & A) druggist and apothecary , 14 Market.
Pilkington, Henry, flour mill, Barry bbetween ssouth Market and Church.
Pilkinton, Sam'l., plasterer , Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Pillizaro, Peter, pedlar , ccorner Thirteenth and Wash.
Pine, Geo. W., auction store and broker , ccorner Vine and Commercial.
Pine Street House , boarding, ccorner Pine and First.
Pine, James, laborer , ccorner First and Florida.
Pine, Esquire, brick layer , ccorner Rutgers and Fifth.
Pine, Daniel, laborer , ccorner First and Florida.
Pine, James, laborer , ccorner First and Florida.
Piper, Engelbert, tailor , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Pitcher, John, brick layer , ccorner Rutgers and Fifth.
Placide, C. M., cap and fur manufacturer , Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Plack, David, Morgan bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Plahto, H., clerk , 57 nnorth Front.
Plaisance Coffee House , ccorner Oak and Second.
Plant, George P., clerk , 60 nnorth Front.
Planters' House , BenjaminStickney, , Fourth bbetween Pine and Chesnut.
Plate, B. N., clerk , 9 ssouth First.
Platz, Jacob, jour.wagon maker , Green bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Pleuger, Henry, shoe maker , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Plitt, Philip, grocer , Morgan bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Pococke, Wm.William H., house and sign painter , res.residence 7 nnorth Fourth.
Pocket, Francis, ship carpenter , Second bbetween Hickory and Cherry.
Podesta, Anthony, grocer and liquor dealer , Eighth bbetween Carr & Biddle.
Poe, David, Seventh bbetween Papin and Gratiot.
Poe, H., jour.carpenter , Second bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Poemler, Henry, jour.cabinet maker , Green bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Poetter, G. W., German School Teacher , 47 Chesnut.
Poh, Louis, stone cutter , Twelfth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Pointer, Mrs.Mary, widow, 136 Market.
Pointer, James R., clerk , 45 Market.
Poirier, Francis B., clerk , ccorner Second and Plum.
Polite, Stephen, musician , 63 Olive.
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Polite, Madame Helen, PensionFrancais, , 53 Olive.
Polk, Trusten, att'y at law , 45 Pine, res.residence 6th bbetween Morgan & Fr'nk'nAve.avenue
Polkowski, Edward S, clerk , 8 ssouth First.
Pols, Henry, jour.blacksmith , 70 nnorth Second.
Pomeroy, Geo., auction & com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , 14 nnorth 1st, res.residence Carr bbetween 6th & 7th.
Pomeroy, John, clerk , 14 nnorth First.
Pomeroy,—, lumber and wood merchant , 69 nnorth Fifth.
Ponath, Fred., shoe maker , Prune bbetween First and Front.
Pond, Charles H., architect and builder , office 41 Pine, res.residence 35 nnorth 6th.
Poorman, Henry, carpenter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 12th and 13th.
Poorman, George, mill engineer , Ashley near First.
Poos, William, drayman , Collins bbetween Hickory and Cherry.
Pope & West , w grocers and commission merchants , 68 nnorth Front.
Pope, Josiah, (P & W) commission merchant , 68 nnorth Front.
Pope, C. A., M.D. , 49 Pine.
Poppe, George, laborer , Marion bbetween Buel and Menard.
Porntraeger, Charles, clerk , ccorner Morgan and Seventh.
Porter, Samuel, mill planer , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Porter, Samuel D., miller , Wash bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Post Office , ThomasWatson, , Postmaster , ccorner Second and Chesnut.
Potter, William, (P & B) carpenter , Skinner bbetween Market and Walnut.
Potter, Miss Martha, Carr bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Pottle, Saml., boot and shoe maker , 28 nnorth Second.
Potts, Rev. Wm.William S., Walnut bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Powell, Henry, clerk , 9 nnorth First.
Powell, Peter, & Co.company , w and rhardware and cutlery dl'rs , 129 nnorth First.
Powell, Willis , J., teacher languages , 70 nnorth Third.
Powell, Jos., Carr, bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Powell, Miss Charlotte, 50 Morgan.
Powe 1, Barlow, & Co.company , planing mill, ccorner Ninth and Washington Ave.avenue
Powell, Peter, (PP & Co) merchant , res.residence ccorner Market and Seventh.
Powell, H. & Co.company , Missouri Arms Coffee House , 57 ssouth First.
Power, Michael, Market Street Tavern, Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Power, David, bar keeper , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Power, Valentine, tailor , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Power, Edward, clerk , 2 nnorth Front.
Power, Adam, steward , 46½ nnorth First.
Powers, Martin, r variety store, 6 ssouth First, res.residence 21 Market.
Powers, Wm.William, (C & P) carriage m'fac'ty , ccorner Fifth and Locust.
Powers, John G., Olive bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Powers, Michael, jour.brick layer , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Powers, Peter, jour.carpenter , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Seventh.
Powers, Edward, ssouth bbetween Capt.captain , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Powers, James, drayman , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Powers, John P., stone cutter , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Powers, James, comb factory , Elm bbetween First and Second.
Prather, J. V., M.D. , 39 Pine.
Pratt, Orlando A., jour.tinner , 21 nnorth First.
Pratt, L. T., jour.tinner , 141 nnorth First.

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Pratt, Edwin, fruit store,71 nnorth Second.
Pratt, Ezekiel, jour.carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Pratt, Elijah C., (H & P) Our House, near ccorner Ashley and Madison.
Pratte, Bernard, (P & C) grocer and commission merchant , ccorner Pine
and Front.
Pray, Isaiah, clerk , 116 nnorth First.
Preis, Kasper, laborer , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Preis, Conrad, laborer , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Preiser, Abraham, carpenter , Wood near Short.
Premeau, Paul, 35 nnorth Seventh.
Premeau, Louis, Pine bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Prentiss, Russel, merchant , res.residence 179 nnorth Fifth.
Prentiss, Miss Esther, 179 nnorth Fifth.
Presbury, Geo. G., Manager Masonic Hall Lottery , res.residence St. Charles bbetween
Sixth and Seventh.
Prescott, William W., foreman printer , res.residence 70 Spruce.
Price & Jennings , w & r dry good & grocery m'ch'tsmerchants , ccorner 1st & Walnut.
Price, Cornelius, (P & J) merchant , ccorner First and Walnut.
Price, Enoch, merchant , res.residence 55 nnorth Sixth.
Price, James, jour.printer , 45 nnorth First.
Price, Edwin, clerk , Post Office, ccorner Second and Chesnut.
Price, Aaron, laborer , 30 nnorth Sixth.
Price, V., brick layer , Elm bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Price, Jeremiah, ssouth bbetween engineer , First bbetween Willow and Ashley, alley.
Priddy, Charles D., deputy constable , 28 Pine.
Priess, H. W., (G & P) d good & clothing m'ch'tmerchant , Morgan bbetween 4th & 5th.
Priest, John G., clerk , 116 nnorth First.
Primm & Taylor , attornies at law , 36 Chesnut.
Primm, Charles, clerk , 10 Market.
Primm, Mrs.Mary A., 52 Elm.
Primm, Charles H., clerk , res.residence 50 Elm.
Primm, Wilson, (P & T) att'y at law , res.residence Second bbetween Poplar & Almond.
Pritchard, Leeds, Morgan bbetween Third and Fourth.
Probasco, Wm.William H., steward , ccorner Second and Prune.
Probst, Fred., grocery, &c. , near Case & Nelson's ssouth bbetween yard.
Proctor, Thadeus, jour.cooper , Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Prosser, H., jour.tailor , 14 Pine.
Prout, H. A., M.D. , 62 Chesnut.
Provenchere, Madame L. P., widow, Spruce bbetween Third and Fourth.
Provenchere, Madame , M.J., widow, Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Provenchere, Ferdinand, Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Provost, Narcisse, bar keeper , ccorner Almond and Second.
Provost, Etienne, ccorner Second and Lombard.
Prudot, Albert, instrument maker , ccorner Jackson and Marion.
Pryer, Anthony, teamster , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Puer, Martin, carter , ccorner ssouth Market and Marion.
Puff, John, jour.cooper , Second bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Pullis, C. & T.R., iron railing, manufactory, &c. , Sixth bbetween Washing-
ton Avenue and Green.
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Pullis, Christian, (C & Trp) iron railing mf'try, res.residence ccorner 4th & Green.
Pulse, Henry, 24 Chesnut.
Punshon, Thos. M., (JW & Co) baker , Prune, bbetween First and Second.
Purcell, MissEliza A., Fifth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Purfurst, J. F., shoe maker , Second bbetween Myrtle and Spruce, res.residence ccorner
Fifth and Labadie.
Purves, John, stone cutter , 111 Elm, alley.
Purves, Geo., carpenter , Fourth bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Putney, Amos E., school teacher , Morgan bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Q.
Quast, John M., jour.shoe maker ,St. Charles bbetween Tenth & Eleventh.
Queen, James, clerk , 138 nnorth First.
Quellmalz, C. G., shoe maker , Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
Quenelle, Julius, calker , Ashley bbetween First and Madison.
Querl, Charles, cabinet maker , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Quigley, Thomas, coffee house, Broadway bbetween Wash and Carr.
Quinette, Olive,office ccorner Washington Avenue and Sixth.
Quinlin, Michael, carpenter , Sixth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Quinlin, William, Payne bbetween First and Second.
Quinn, Peter, U.S. Recruiting Sergeant, 48 Chesnut.
Quinn, Catharine, ccorner Fourth and Washington Avenue.
Quinn, Ann, ccorner Fourth and Washington Avenue.
Quirk, , M.D. , bar keeper , ccorner Third and Green.
Quirk., J. D., ccorner Third and Green.
R.
Raborg & Shaffner , hide and leather dealers , Front near ccorner Chesnut.
Raborg, Franklin, (R & S) res.residence Seventh bbetween Spruce and Poplar.
Rachford, John, grader and paver , Biddle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Radcliffe, Dr.James, Second bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Radford, John, (D & R) book seller , &c., 74 nnorth First.
Ragan, Daniel, Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Rager, MissE., milliner , 32 ssouth First.
Raine, T , Eagle Tavern , Second bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Rambo, Louis, laborer , Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Rammers, Louis,cabinet maker ,Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Ramsey, Charles G., proprietor New Era, 281/2 nnorth First.
Ramus, Mrs.Louisa, widow, ccorner Sixth and Poplar.
Randall, Haskins, col'd drayman , Fifteenth bbetween Clark and Myrtle.
Randall, John, clerk , Broadway bbetween Mound and Howard.
Randell, McClain, clerk , Third bbetween Green and Morgan.
Randell, John, clerk , 128 nnorth First.
Randell, Saml.jour.painter , St. Charles bbetween Ninth and 10th.
Randolph, W. S., ssouth bbetween carpenter , Seventh bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Ranlett, Seth A., Teller Perpetual Ins. Office ccorner Pine and Eighth.
Ranney, Patrick, jour.wagon maker , 84 Pine.
Ranney, Gen. Nathan, 50 ssouth Fifth.
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Rannells, Chas. S., att'y at law, 441/2 Chesnut.
Ransom, Duke, saddle and harness manufactory, 33 ssouth First.
Ranson, Robt. S., M.D. , 173 nnorth First.
Ranson, Jos. C., clerk , 2 nnorth First.
Ransch, Sebastian, cigar maker , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Raplee, Uriah, St. Louis Exchange , ccorner Second and Prune.
Raproeger, Mrs.Sophia, widow, 151 ssouth Third.
Rasin, J. J., clerk , res.residence 50 nnorth Second.
Rasin, Uriah, produce agent , 24 Front.
Rat, Conrad, jour.blacksmith , Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Rathbone, D. L., auctioneer , 172 nnorth First.
Ratliff, Mrs.Sarah, widow, Second bbetween Howard and Mound.
Ravens, Jacob, jour.carpenter , ccorner Third and Almond.
Rawlings, Daniel A., sawyer , First bbetween Mound and Howard.
Ray, Winthrop G., (Gk & R) 24 nnorth Front.
Ray, William, miller , res.residence First, near Case & Nelson's ssouth bbetween Yard.
Ray, Mrs.Charlotte, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Rayburn, S. S., Ten'see iron store.
Rayburn, French, clerk , Collins bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Raymond, Chas., jour.hatter , 77 ssouth Second.
Raymond, E., (C & Co.company ) Druggist , Fourth, near Olive.
Reader, Francis, gardener , Seventh bbetween Chesnut and Market.
Reader, John, Third bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Reamer, Fred., jour.saddler , 68 Locust.
Reber, Samuel, att'y at law, 31 Pine.
Reck, Charles, jour.cooper , Third bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Recordon, J., (M & R) jeweler and watch maker , 12 Market.
Recordon, Chas., family grocery , Carondelet Av.avenue bbetween Barry and Marion.
Reece, M.Reece, jour.blacksmith , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Reece, John, boot and shoe maker , St. Charles bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Reece, Philip, miner , 139 nnorth Seventh.
Reed, Samuel, book keeper , Tenth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Reed, Henry, ship carpenter , Sixth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Reed, Philander, ssouth bbetween captain , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Reed, George C., clerk , 17 nnorth First.
Reed, Jesse, barkeeper , 1 Laurel.
Reed, MissJulia A., Olive bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Reed, Joseph D., silver plater , 47 St. Charles.
Reed, Samuel, jour.carpenter , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Reed, J., jour., engine finisher , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Reed, Philander, ssouth bbetween pilot , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Reel, Conrad, jour.tailor , 32 Chesnut.
Regen, John, Central Tavern , 64 Chesnut.
Reger, James, 64 Chesnut.
Reger,John, jour.tailor , 5 Spruce.
Reh, Jacob, 109 Pine.
Rehfusz, Fred., Cross Keys Tavern , St. George's.
Reilly, Patrick, trader , 74 Green.
Reily, James I., Street Commissioner , Centre Market House.
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Reily, Mrs.Mary, widow, 50 Elm.
Reinbold, Antrius, jour.tailor , 23 Pine.
Reinhardt, Michael, stone cutter , Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Reinheimer, John E., cook and confectioner , 3d bbetween Convent Rutgers.
Reinheimer, Mrs.M. A., widow, Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Reinstein, Franz, ssouth bbetween clerk , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Reisser, Geo. F., shoe maker , 68 nnorth Third.
Remick, Jacob G., ccorner Fourth and Olive.
Remick, Wm.William, clerk , 124 nnorth First.
Remington, Wm.William H., dl'r in charcoal, Collins bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Remler, B., tailor , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Renard, Adolphe, Clerk Surveyor's Office, Convent bbetween ad and 4th.
Renard, Hyacinthe, Locust, 1 door above Second.
Renfrew, John, mill engineer , Fifth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Rengel, John, carpenter , Marion bbetween Jackson and Columbus.
Renshaw, Wm.William, Sec'ysecretary , Citizens' Ins.Off., res.residence 23 Chesnut.
Res, Larenz, beer house, Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Soulard and Clark.
Revance, Louis, Sr., baker , 22 ssouth First.
Revance, Louis, Sr., baker , 22 ssouth First.
Rexrodth, Geo., blacksmith , Wood, near Short.
Reyburn, Thos. G., [T & R] merchant , res.residence 4th bbetween Plum & Almond.
Reybura, Thos., M.D. , res.residence Fourth bbetween Plum and Almond.
Reymond, Henry, jour.watch maker , 40 nnorth First.
Reymond, Abraham, wood and horn turner , 51 Locust.
Reynolds, Saml., painter , near Gay, bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Reynolds, James, miller , west of Seventh, near Chouteau's mill.
Reynolds, Robert, watchman , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Reynolds, Edward, tailor , Ninth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Rhaenrech, John, laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Rhaenrech, Henry, laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Was.
Rheinlander, Marinus, merchant , 89 ssouth Second.
Rhodes, C., com.commission merchant , Vine bbetween First and Front.
Rhodes, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Rice, John, coffee house, 58 nnorth Front, res.residence 69 nnorth Fourth.
Rice, James, bar keeper , 58 nnorth Front.
Rice, Bartholomew, lumber merchant , ccorner Third and Rutgers.
Richards, Wm.William, Second bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Richards, Jacob B., steward , ccorner Prune and Second.
Richards, David S., 9 nnorth Third.
Richards, S. C., blacksmith , res.residence 72 Locust.
Richards, Benj., painter , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Richards, Mrs.Letitia, widow, Spruce bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Richards, Even, (Dt & R) merchant , res.residence 42 Walnut.
Richardson, Alex., Jr.junior , painter , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Richardson, A., 70 nnorth First.
Richerman, John, laborer , Morgan, bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Richter, Chas. G., shoe maker , 122 ssouth First.
Ridder, Conrad, German school teacher , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth.
Riddick, Walter, Walnut bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
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Riddick, Mrs.Eliza M., widow, Walnut bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Riddick, W. J, ssouth bbetween clerk , 26 nnorth First.
Riddle & Holmes , lumber merchants , ccorner Fifth and Walnut.
Riddle, Alex., (R & H) lumber merchant , Pine bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Riddle, Mrs.J., widow, Sixth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Ridgley, Franklin L., Sec'ysecretary Floating Dock Ins.Co.company , res.residence Seventh bbetween
Walnut and Elm.
Ridgley, S. & Co.company , spirit gas and lamp manufactory, 51 Locust.
Ridgley, Stephen, (Sr & Co) res.residence 132 nnorth Fourth.
Ridgway, Jos., (G & R) merchant , res.residence Carr bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Riecke, Henry, porter , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Riehl, Edw., soap and candle factory, Wood, near Carondelet Ave.avenue
Riem, Nicolas, jour.cabinet maker , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Riesterer, D., jour.carriage maker , Second bbetween Oak and Prune.
Riffle, Mrs.Louisa, widow, 52 Oak.
Rigg, John, clerk , 75 nnorth First.
Riggin, John, Bulletin Office, res.residence Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Riley, Wm.William G., clerk , 5 Front.
Riley, John, plasterer , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Riley, Calvin, brick layer , 53 Elm, alley.
Rincklake, Henry, wood dealer , Payne bbetween First and Second, alley.
Rippey, Matthew, carpenter and lumber m'ch'tmerchant , yard ccorner Seventh and
Pine, res.residence 106 Chesnut.
Rischbieter, Henry, brush maker , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Riseck, Jacob, wagon maker , Barry bbetween ssouth Market and Carondelet Ave.avenue
Riser, D., clerk , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Riser, Philip, ssouth Market bbetween Barry and Marion.
Risk, T. F., att'y at law, 17 Olive.
Risley, Wm.William, grocery and boat store, 72 nnorth Front, res.residence 70ssouth First.
Risque, F. W.,att'y at law, 38 Chesnut.
Rising, SunTavern, 93 nnorth Front.
Ritchie, James, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Ave.avenue
Ritchie, James, clerk , 166 nnorth First.
Ritter, Rodolph, clerk , 143 nnorth First.
Ritter, Wm.William, butcher , near Catholic Grave Yard.
Ritter, MissSophia, Fifth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Ritter, C.R., tailor , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Ritter, Charles, tailor , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Rivereau & Haefeli , M.D. 's, 37 Pine.
Rivereau, Jean, [R & H] M.D. , 37 Pine.
Road, Adam, laborer , 30 nnorth Second.
Robb, Uriah, jour.carpenter , ccorner St. Charles and Fifth.
Robb, Wm.William, (B & R) hat and cap man'fctrs and dealers , 86 nnorth First.
Robben, B. W., hostler , 67 Pine.
Robbins, E. H., w and rdry g and grocery merchant , ssouth First, bbetween Mar-
ket and Walnut, res.residence First bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Ribbinds, D. C., clerk , First bbetween Market and Walnut.
Robbins, Z. C., merchant , 49 nnorth Second.
Robbins, Mrs.Sarah, widow, Broadway House, Prune bbetween 1st and 2d.
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Robbins, S. H., butcher , St. Charles road, beyond city.
Robbins, Wait, jour.butcher , St. Charles road, beyond city.
Robbins, Nathaniel, Grocery , ccorner Seventh and Franklin Avenue.
Robert, Sebastian, jour.shoe maker , 12 Oak.
Robert, Mrs.Mary, widow, Olive bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Roberts, Newman, ssouth bbetween Pilot ,ccorner Eighth and Morgan.
Roberts, Geo. P., Ninth bbetween St. Charles and Washington Avenue.
Roberts, O., ssouth bbetween engineer , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Roberts., Wm.William, jour.chair maker , 25 St. Charles.
Robertson, A., wholesale and retail hat dealer , 31 nnorth First.
Robertson, Robt., jour.shoe maker , 76 Prune.
Robertson, J. W., brick layer , Gay, bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Robertson, John, boatman , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Robidoux, Jos., Indian Trader , Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Robidoux, Francis, col'dcolored barber , 76 nnorth Third.
Robinson, Wm.William, clerk , 1 Laurel.
Robinson, John, clerk , 10½ nnorth First.
Robinson, Hillman, auctioneer , 172 nnorth First.
Robinson, James, paper hanger , 56 Chesnut.
Robinson, James, clerk , 172 nnorth Fourth.
Robinson, John, jour.shoe maker , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 13th and 14th.
Robinson, Theodore, plasterer , Eleventh near Morgan.
Robinson, S., clerk Mo.Missouri Bank, res.residence ccorner Second and Hazel.
Robinson, J. P., carpenter , Third bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Robinson, John, stone cutter , Madison near Ashley.
Robinson, Gordon, Sixth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Robinson, Smith B., brick maker , ccorner Railway and Broadway.
Roche, Wm.William, dry good & grocery merchant , 2 nnorth Front, res.residence 45 nnorth 4th.
Roche, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, 27 Spruce.
Roche, James, jour.tobacconist , 27 Spruce.
Roche, John, (G & R) carpenters , First bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Rock, Philip, coffee house, 29 nnorth Front.
Rodney, Leander, 37 nnorth First.
Roe, John J., ssouth bbetween captain , res.residence Washington Avenue bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Roe, John, clerk , 80 nnorth First.
Roe, C. C, jour.tobacconist , 170nnorth First.
Roehrle, Christoph, artificial flower maker , 10 nnorth Second
Roemer, Charles, jour.saddler , ccorner Fifth and Labadie.
Roener, Louis, scap maker , Wash bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Roff, A.B., boarding house, 130½ nnorth First.
Rogers, John, cabinet maker , ccorner Morgan and Fourth.
Rogers, James, cabinet maker , ccorner Morgan and Fourth.
Rogers, Patrick, M.D. , Morgon near ccorner Third.
Rogers, Samuel, (E & R) copper smith , ccorner Morgan and Tenth.
Rogers, Mrs.Cynthianna, widow, Market bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Rogers, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween mate , Plum bbetween First and Second.
Rogers, Francis, laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Morgan.
Rohmann, A. B., rdry good & grocery m'ch'tmerchant , 154 nnorth 3d, res.residence 172 nnorth 4th.
Rohmann, Andreas, huckster , 7 Morgan.
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Rohmeyer, August, shoe maker , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Rohrer, J. W., M.D. , 26 Locust.
Rohrmeier, Fred., clerk , 30 nnorth First.
Roland, A. L., carpenter , Second bbetween Hazel and Sycamore.
Rolette, Antoine, Indian Trader , ccorner First and Spruce.
Roll & Bleeker , rgrocery , First bbetween Smith and Florida.
Roll, Henry, tailor , Third bbetween Myrtle and Elm.
Rollison, Wm.William,laborer , Seventh bbetween Poplar and Cerre.
Rolleson, Wm.William H., (FR & H) book keeping and writing academy ,
Fourth bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Rollston, Charles, clerk , 108 nnorth First.
Rollston, M. M., tailor , First bbetween Florida and Smith.
Romyn, Wm.William J., clerk , 63 nnorth First.
Rookus, John, jour.tailor , 31 nnorth Second.
Roper, John, gun and locksmith , Myrtle bbetween Second and Third.
Roques, John, musician , Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Rose, Hugh, Rose Cottage Tavern , ccorner Eighth and Wash.
Rose, F., laborer , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Rose, Edward, M.D. , 90 ssouth Third.
Rosenbaum, Jacob, boot and shoe maker , Olive bbetween First and Front.
Rosenbeck, Michael, drayman , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Rosenthal, Wm.William, chocolate maker , res.residence 10 nnorth Third.
Roser, Xavier, gardener , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Roskilly, Jonas, plasterer , Eleventh bbetween Morgan and St. Charles road.
Ross, John, Receiver for Water Works , office Town Hall.
Ross, H. L., book keeper , res.residence Pine bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Ross, Jos., jour.harness maker , 140 nnorth First.
Ross, Martin, jour.baker , Cherry bbetween First and Second.
Ross, Dan'l., stone mason , Chouteau Avenue, bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Ross, J. A , clerk , Washington Avenue, bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Ross, Wm.William, quarrier , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Rote, Mrs.Charlotte, widow, boarding house, 63 nnorth Third.
Rothenbuecher, Anton, tobacconist , ccorner Convent and Second.
Rothenbuecher, Anton, Sr., tobacconist , ccorner Convent and Second.
Rotlloff, Francis, baker , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Rourke, Mrs.Bridget, widow, Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Rowan & Brown , wgrocery and com.commission merchants , 73 nnorth Front.
Rowan, A. H., (R & B) 73 nnorth Front.
Rowe & Vandeventer , lumber merchants , First above Cherry.
Rowe, Joseph, (R & V) res.residence Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Rowe, John, jour.tailor , 39 nnorth First.
Rowley, Mrs.Minerva B., 44 Pine.
Rownd, Mrs.Henrietta, widow, Sixth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Roy, John B., Indian Trader , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Roy, Lewis E., Indian Trader , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Roy, H. E., bar keeper , Second bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Rozier, Felix, clerk , 46 nnorth Front.
Rucker, A.M., & Co.company , tobacco stemery , office 43 nnorth 1st, res.residence Fourth bbetween
Elm and Myrtle.
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Rucker, L. F., livery stable , 2d bbetween Laurel & Prune, res.residence 2d bbetween Cherry and
Hickory.
Rucker, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Seventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Rudolph, Wiley, brick layer , Seventh bbetween Market and Walnut.
Rudolph, John, laborer , Wood near Short.
Rueff, Christmann, baker , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Ruehl,Etian , chandler, Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Ruell, Baptiste, ssouth bbetween bar keeper , 62 Olive.
Ruggles, Abijah, butcher , (R & A) Skinner bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Ruggles & Chace , wdry good, grocery & com.commission m'chants , 55 nnorth First.
Ruggles,Charles A., (R & C) merchant , 55 nnorth First.
Ruland, John, Clerk Circuit Court, res.residence 25 ssouth Fifth.
Rule, Wm.William R., Flour Inspector , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Rumpff, Henry, Marine Exchange, 198 nnorth First.
Rush, Patrick, New Market Tavern, 158 Broadway.
Ruskamp, Matthias, laborer , Franklin Avenue bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Russell, Timothy, Sixth bbetween Green and Washington Avenue.
Russell, Sam'l., com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence Fifth bbetween St. Charles and Locust.
Russell, Mrs.Leannah, widow, Second bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Russell, Mrs.Rebecca, widow, 24 Market.
Russell, John, school teacher , 28 Cedar.
Russell, John, Globe Tavern Victualing House, 8 Market.
Russell, Wm.William A., clerk , 15 nnorth First.
Russell, MissTheressa, 62 nnorth Fifth.
Russell, Isaiah, ssouth bbetween pilot , Wash bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Russell, Reuben, school teacher , Fifth bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Rust, John C, (AM & Co) hardware merchant , 23 nnorth First.
Rutgers, Mrs.Johanna M., widow, 128 ssouth Second.
Rutgers, Louis, col'dcolored , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Ruth, Wm.William, jour.printer , Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Ruths, Peter, bar keeper , 93 nnorth Front.
Rutherford, John, merchant , res.residence ccorner Walnut and Seventh.
Rutherford, Thos. S., w and r dry good merchant, 24 nnorth First
Rutherford, A. S., clerk , 24 nnorth First.
Rutlige, Robert, stone mason , Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Rutter, John, jour.butcher , Clark bbetween Fifteenth and Sixteenth.
Ryan, Thomas, jour.stone mason , Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Ryan, Patrick, bar keeper , 36 Olive.
Ryan, Patrick, American Star Tavern , Green bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Ryan,Thomas, laborer , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Morgan.
Ryan, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow,Tenth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Ryan, John G., ssouth bbetween bar keeper , Tenth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Ave.avenue
Ryan, John, laborer , ccorner Plum and First.
Ryan, Mrs.Mary, widow, Sixth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Ryan, Wm.William, laborer , Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Ryder, Patrick, Morgan, bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Ryrie, Wm.William, medical student , 62 Chesnut.
Ryrie, MissJane, Franklin Avenue bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
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Saal, Jacob, jour.blacksmith , 116 Olive.
Sachs, Michael, tailor , Second bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Sagar, James, teacher of short hand, 172 nnorth First.
Sage, Cornwell, carpenter , Sixth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Sage, James, wagon maker , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Sagner, Benedick, boot and shoe maker , 145 nnorth Second.
Sagner, Julius, jour.boot and shoe maker , 145 nnorth Second.
Saler, Francis, brick layer and mason ,ccorner hird and Rutgers.
Salisbury, P., w and rboot and shoe dealer , 6 nnorth First, res.residence 116 nnorth 2d.
Sallous, J.Antoine, clerk , 111 nnorth First.
Salm, Wm.William,ssouth Market bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Salorgne, Theodore, carriage manufactory, 152 nnorth Second.
Saltmarsh, Wm.William E., ssouth bbetween Capt.captain , Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Saltmarsh, Chas. H., ssouth bbetween Engineer , Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Sampson, John, ssouth bbetween bar keeper , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Carr.
Samuel, Mark, rclothing dealer , 32 nnorth Front, res.residence 44 Locust.
Sand, Engelbert, laborer , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Sand, Martin, laborer , Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Sandbach, Wm.William, boarding house, 16 ssouth First.
Sandberg, P. G., family grocery , ccorner 2d and Locust, res.residence 107 nnorth Second.
Sandford, Michael,carpenter , Cerre bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Sandford, Abraham, blacksmith , Cerre bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Sands, S. G., cigar manufactory and dealer , 170 nnorth First.
Sands, Wm.William A., clerk , 171 Broadway.
Sanguinett, Chas., clerk , 75 nnorth First.
Santmann, Christian, Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Sarrade, Madam , Rosalie, widow, ccorner Fifth and Elm.
Sauer, Nicolas, jour.tailor , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Sauer, Benj., laborer , Ninth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Sauer, Chas., carpenter , Carondelet Avenue bbetween Barry and Wood.
Saum, Etian, stone mason , Columbus bbetween Carroll and Soulard.
Saunders, W. H., (S & H) chandler , Morgan bbetween 12th and 13th.
Savory, Mrs.P, widow, Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Scanlin, Michael, jour.tailor , ccorner Seventh and Biddle.
Scannell, Timothy, wagon maker , 84 Prune.
Schaeffer, Nicolas, soap and candle factory , 233 nnorth First.
Schaeffer, Henry, clerk , 51 nnorth First.
Sehaeffer, Adolph, laborer , Spruce bbetween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
Schaeffer, Henry, steward , Olive bbetween Second and Third.
Schaeffer, Henry, larborer , 131 nnorth Fifth.
Schaeffer, Henry, carter , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schaffer, Walter, butcher , St. Charles road, beyond city.
Schaffer, Adam, laborer , ccorner Wash and Thirteenth.
Schaipmeyer, Fred., Eighth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Schals, Richard, laborer , Eighth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schamel, Conrad, laborer , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Schammer, Wm.William, porter , 60 nnorth Front.
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Schanawolf,Theodore, jour.carpenter , 111 Elm.
Schaser, Geo , beer house, Madison near Ashley.
Schaumburg, Chas.,clerk , 6 nnorth Front.
Schaumburg, Philip, porter , 4 nnorth Front.
Schawab, L., grocery , ccorner Second and Cherry.
Scheel, John F., boot and shoe maker , 47 ssouth First.
Scheibel, Geo., baker , ccorner Green and Sixth.
Scheidler, Geo. V., professor music , Olive, near Sixth.
Scheller, John, Carondelet Avenue bbetween Barry and Wood.
Schemmer, Mrs.Mary, widow, 45 St. Charles.
Schemmer, Fred., 45 St. Charles.
Scheper, Theodore, carpenter , Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Schepmann, G., jour.butcher , Wood bbetween Second and River.
Scherer, Ignatz, tailor , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Scherer, Andreas, laborer , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Scherr, Geo., Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Scherr, Jos., laborer , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schetger, John D., 67½ nnorth Fourth.
Schick, Andreas, laborer , Eighth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Schierberg, Joseph, hostler , Locust bbetween Third and Fourth.
Schiller, Christoph J., Swan Tavern, 90 ssouth First.
Schilling, Chas., merchant tailor , Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Schilling, C., grocery, &c. , Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Schilling, Martin, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Schilt, Wm.William, stone cutter , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Schinotti, Jos. F., theatre actor , Elm, bbetween Front and First.
Schipman, MissElizabeth, ssouth Market bbetween Marion and Barry.
Schirman, John, Wash bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Schlagenhof, J. G., shoe maker , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Schleeper, Herman, Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Schlenker, Larenz, (S & S) boot and shoe maker , 49 Market.
Schlotelberg, L. F., baker , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Schmidt, John W., boarding house, 142 nnorth Fifth.
Schmidt, John, Baltimore Tavern , Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Schmitt, John, weaver , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Schmitt, Sebastian, weaver , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Schmitt, Adam, jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Schmitt, Henry, teamster , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Schmitt, Wm.William, Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Schmitt, John, jour.tinner , Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Schmitt, Stephen, Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Schmitt, Louis, tailor , Church bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Schmitt, Jacob P., laborer , Short, near Wood.
Schmitt, Conrad, jour.shoe maker , 144 nnorth First.
Schmitt, MissCatharine, ccorner Green and Sixth.
Schmitt, Jacob, jour.blacksmith , ccorner Seventh and St. Charles.
Schmitt, John, jour.carpenter , 12th bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Schmitt, Philip, blacksmith , Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Schmueling, Chas., jour.blacksmith , 70 nnorth Second.
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Schneider, Michael, tailor , Seventh bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Schneider, George, laborer , Fifth bbetween Sycamore and Convent.
Schneider, George, Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Schneider, John, jour.butcher , St. George's.
Schneider, T., liquor and com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , Chesnut bbetween First and Front.
Schneider, Franz, stone cutter , Eight bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schneider, G. H., blacksmith , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Schnell, J. L., musical instrument maker , 2d bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Schnell, John, Mississippi House, 199 nnorth First.
Schniegens, Abraham, carter , Elmbbetween First and Second.
Schoene, M.cook , Tenth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Schoenen, John, tailor , Short, near Wood.
Schoenhardt, George, Short, near Wood.
Schoenhof, Henry, tailor , Broadway, bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Schoenhof, Fred., cigar mfc'try and dealer , Third, near Olive.
Schoenthaler, Gottfried, butcher , Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Schoenthaler, Mrs.R., widow, Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
Schoettler, John, carpenter , Ninth, bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schommer, Matthias, Eighth bbetween Carr and Wash.
School House , Public, No. 3, Sixth bbetween Locust and St. Charles.
School House , Public, No. 2, ccorner Cherry and Broadway.
School House , Public, No. 1, ccorner Fourth and Almond.
Schott, George, laborer , 71 Myrtle.
Schrader,E., jour.shoe maker , 164 nnorth First.
Schrader, H., [MW & Co] rclothing dealers , 163 Broadway.
Schrader, Wm.William , blacksmith and plough maker , Cherry bbetween 1st and 2d.
Schrader, Anton, shoe maker , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Schraeder, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Eighth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Schreiber, John, builder, and brick and lime maker , 3d, near Rutgers.
Schreiber, John, laborer , ssouth Market bbetween Marion and Barry.
Schreik, A , 33 Pine.
Schrimph & Doellner , sign and ornamental painters , 11 nnorth Second.
Schrimph, Wm.William, [S & D] sign and ornamental painter , res.residence Second.
bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Schroeder, Henry, jour.tailor , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schroer, H., merchant tailor , 31 nnorth Second.
Schubarth, Philip, cabinet maker , Fifth bbetween Labadie and Chouteau Av.avenue
Schuber, Fred., saddler , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Schueltze, Mrs.D., widow, 29 Market.
Schuett, Henry, laborer , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
Schuetze, Gottfried, [C & S] importers of drugs, 163 nnorth First.
Schuetze, John E., clerk , 163 nnorth First.
Scheutze, John A., shoemaker , 6 nnorth Third.
Scheutze, Geo., jour.shoe maker , 6 nnorth Third.
Schulde, Henry, jour.carpenter , Eleventh bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schuler, Jos., blacksmith , St. George's.
Schuler, Mrs.Johanna, widow, Second bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Schulte, Wm.William, blacksmith , 142nnorth Fifth, alley.
Schulte, Bernhard, teamster , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
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Schulte, Kasper, laborer , Short near Wood.
Schulte, Chas., retail grocery, 213 nnorth First.
Schulte, Jos., teamster , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Schultz, Amos, clerk , Broadway bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Schultz, Edward, boarding house, Second bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Scumacher,—, pedlar , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Scumacher, Franz, laborer , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Carroll and Soulard.
Schumann, Elias, Carondelet Avenue bbetween Wood and Barry.
Schumer, Anton, tailor , 63 ssouth Second.
Schumer, Peter, tailor , 63 ssouth Second.
Schuricht, John, clerk , 8 ssouth First.
Schuricht, John, Soulard bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Schuricht, Fred. W., cooper , Soulard bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Schuricht, Gottlieb, cooper , ccorner Soulard and Sixth.
Sehwarte & Strodtman , Frankfort House, 88 nnorth Front.
Schwarte, H., (S & S) Frankfort House, 88 nnorth Front.
Schwarting, Gerhard, jour.cabinet maker , 5th bbetween Olive and Locust.
Schween, Louis, grader , Myrtle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Schwegler, John, carpenter , Ninth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Schweitzer, Henry, shoe maker , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Schwendermann, Joseph, milk man , Washington bbetween Soulard and La-
fayette.
Schwendermann, Michael, basket maker , 1st bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Scollay, Leonard, clerk , Planters' House.
Scollay, James, jour.painter , 96 nnorth Second.
Scott, Chas. D., 162 nnorth Sixth.
Scott, Mrs.L. M., widow, ccorner Ninth and Green.
Scott, Mrs.M., widow, 91 Elm.
Scott, John H., jour.carpenter , Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Scott, E., tin and stove dealer , 7 nnorth First.
Scott, J., clerk , 7 nnorth First.
Scott, Wm.William R., clerk , 28 ssouth First.
Scott, Wm.William P., clerk , 99 nnorth First.
Scott, Thos. B., cigar manufactory, 30 Chesnut.
Scott, Jeremiah, blacksmith , Gas Works, Second, near Bridge.
Scott, W. W., trader , 1 Broadway.
Scott, Robt., saddler , 1 Broadway.
Scott, Wm.William, Botanic Doctor , 31 nnorth Sixth.
Scott, John, jour.silver smith , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Scudder, Chas., M.D. , Sixth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Scudder, Mrs.Mary, widow, tailoress , Oak bbetween Second and Barry.
Scudder, John, jour.carpenter , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Seamellmann, John, dry good merchant , 157 Broadway.
Sears, Mrs.Sophia, widow, Fifth bbetween Chouteau Ave.avenue and Labadie.
Seaward, Wm.William, carpenter , 193 nnorth First.
Sebastian, Chas., ssouth bbetween steward , Fifteenth, near Clark.
Secor, James, turner and machinist , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway,res.residence
Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Secor, Mrs.Maria, bonnet maker , Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.

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Sedel, Jacob, huckster , ccorner Plum and Second.
Seel, Wm.William, shoe maker , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Barry and Park Avenue.
Segar, Mrs.Adelia, 5 nnorth Fourth.
Seidhoff, Anton, (S & R) wagon maker , Plum bbetween Second and Third.
Seido, Francis, jour.cooper , ccorner Front and Myrtle.
Seifred, Wm.William, jour.shoe maker , 164 nnorth First.
Seiter, Gottlieb, cabinet maker , Second bbetween Lombard and Mulberry.
Selinger, Philip, laborer , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Sellers, Isaiah, ssouth bbetween Capt.captain , Pine bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Selms, T. R., clerk , 31 ssouth First.
Selser, Fred., butcher , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Selsen, T., carter , Decatur, bbetween Soulard and Lafayette.
Seltzer, Edwardw, tobacconist , 158 nnorth First.
Seltzer, Wm.William, jour.tobacconist , 158 nnorth First.
Semple, Chas., w grocer and com.commission merchant , 14 nnorth Front.
Senecal, P. A., clerk , 27 ssouth First.
Severson, B., dry g and shoe merchant , 3d bbetween Morgan and Green.
Sevier, . T. H., furniture car, 96 nnorth Second.
Seymour, Jesse, National Hotel, ccorner Third and Market.
Seymour, Francis, Watchman , 53 .
Shaahan, Robert, fireman , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Shackelford, Samuel, jour.tinner , 27 nnorth First.
Shade, John, street inspector 4th Ward, res.residence 47 nnorth Fifth.
Shade, Mrs.Emily, Wash bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Shades Coffee House and Restaurat , Olive bbetween Second and Third.
Shaffner, M., merchant tailor , 23 Vine.
Shallcross, Mrs.Eliza M., widow, Fifth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Shamrock Tavern , 36 Olive.
Shamrock House , ccorner Eleventh and Market.
Shands, Joseph G., brick layer , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Shands, Wm.William O., brick layer , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Shannon, John, plasterer , Eighth bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Shannon, B., drayman , 9 Oak.
Shannon, John P., Theatre actor , ccorner Seventh and Franklin Ave.avenue
Sharp, John, jour.carpenter , Spruce bbetween Seventh and Eighth, alley.
Sharp, William, laborer , Payne bbetween First and Second.
Shaub, Jacob, carpenter , First bbetween Howard and Mound.
Shaw, Lyman B., merchant , Fourth bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Shaw, Mrs.Thomas, ccorner Fourth and Myrtle.
Shaw, Benj. L., 40 nnorth Front.
Shaw, E., clerk , 154 nnorth First.
Shaw, Miss Margaret, milliner and dress maker , 91 nnorth Second.
Shaw, Andrew, Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Shaw, James G., jour.printer , res.residence Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Shaw, Mrs.Hannah, milliner , Poplar bbetween First and Second.
Shaw, Alfred, Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Shawks, Samuel, lock smith , 92 Prune, res.residence 47 St. Charies.
Shawks, Joseph, jour.blacksmith , 92 Prune.
Shay, Mrs.Judith, widow, 9 Oak.
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Shea, James, (K & S) merchant tailor , 39 nnorth First.
Sheaffer & Fleherty , cabinet manufactory, Oak bbetween 2nd & Broadway.
Shcaffer, Wm.William D., (S & F) Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Shearey, John, jour.tailor , Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Sheehan, Wm.William B., porter house, 2 Oak.
Shefler, John, clerk , ccorner Washington Avenue and Third.
Shelton, J. G., merchant tailor , 33 Locust, res.residence 4th bbetween Elm & Myrtle.
Shepard, Elihu H., notary public, 9 nnorth Fourth.
Shcpard, S. A., clerk , Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Shepherd, John, ssouth bbetween captain , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Tenth.
Shepherd, John C,saddle and harness maker , 184 nnorth First.
Shepley, John R., attorney at law , 50½ nnorth First.
Sher, Jacob, wagon maker , 101 Chesnut.
Sherwood, Lyman, jour.pattern maker , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Shettley, Henry, jour.engine finisher , 8th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Morgan.
Shettley, Mrs.Rebecca, Eighth bbetween Franklin Avenue and Morgan.
Shibley, John, ssouth bbetween bar keeper , 76 Olive.
Shidy & Decou , hat and cap manufacturers, and dl'rs , 151 nnorth First.
Shidy, Wm.William, (S & D) hat and cap maf'ct'r , res.residence Olive bbetween 7th & 8th.
Shipp & Woodbridge , watch makers and jewelers , 119 nnorth First.
Shipp, S. A.M., (S & W) watch maker and jeweler , 119 nnorth First.
Shoemaker , Miss Mary, , ccorner Morgan and Eighth.
Shook, John, jour.carpenter , Thirteenth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Shoop, Mrs.Jane, Prune bbetween Second and Third.
Short, John, victualing house, Market bbetween First and Front, alley.
Short, Peter, laborer , Spruce bbetween First and Second.
Shotts, Christian, jour.chair maker , 24 Chesnut.
Shunard, Joseph, tavern, 2d bbetween Cedar and Plum.
Shults, Amos H., Sligo Iron Store, ccorner Oak and Front.
Shrycr, Wm.William, family grocery, ccorner Green Sixth.
Sickles, J.B., & Co.company , saddle and harness maf'ct'r , 140 nnorth First.
Siddons, James H., ccorner Green and Third.
Siedenberg, Henry, bar keeper , ccorner Fifth and Olive.
Siener, Emanuel, jour.shoe maker , 32 Olive.
Sieslie, John, jour.rope maker , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Signaino, J. & J. , Liberty Coffee House, 82 nnorth Front.
Silch, Henry, market man , Wood, near Carondelet Avenue.
Siler, Wm.William, jour.mill stone maker , 203 nnorth First.
Sill, S. M., teacher Public School No. 1, res.residence Olive bbetween Sixth & Seventh.
Silver, T. W., jour.cooper , Chesnut bbetween First and Front.
Silvers, Geo. H., 70 Market.
Simon, Wm.William, jour.tailor , ccorner Sixth and Wash.
Simonds & Morrison , w & r grocers and com.commission m'ch'tsmerchants , 19 nnorth Front.
Simonds, John, (S & M) com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence ccorner Market and Ninth.
Simmons, E. G., 23 Vine.
Simmons, Robert, P., M.D. , 76 Chesnut.
Simons, Selar, Third bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Simons, Benj., Third bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Simpson, Robt., City Comptroller , ccorner Elm and Third.
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Simpson, John O., ssouth bbetween clerk , ccorner Elm and Third.
Simpson, J. S., ccorner Elm and Third.
Simpson, Wm.William M., clerk , 71 nnorth First.
Simpson, John, clerk , 116 nnorth First.
Singleton, Henry R., architect and builder , 8th bbetween St. Charles & Locust.
Singleton, Wm.William R., proprietor Gazette , res.residence 8th bbetween St. Chas. & Locust.
Sipple, James, laborer , Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Sire, J. A., Am.Fur Company , 103 Olive.
Sisson, Edward, clerk , 37 nnorth First.
Sisson, Freeborn, Jr.junior , clerk , 10 Locust.
Sisson, Charles N., steward , ccorner Prune and Third.
Sisson, Isaac, Second bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Sitton, Isaac C, ssouth bbetween pilot , Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Sitzinger, George, ccorner Fifth and Sycamore.
Skelton, J. M., ssouth bbetween man , Sixth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Skinkcr, Thomas, attorney at law , res.residence Seventh bbetween Olive and Locust.
Skinker, T. & P.K. , attornies at law , 43 Chesnut.
Skinner, Alfred, merchant , ccorner Seventh and Chouteau Ave.avenue
Slack, James T., engine builder , Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Slater, S. S., clerk , 6 nnorth First.
Slater, Joseph, laborer , Elmb First and Front.
Sloan, Edwin, 104 Spruce.
Sloan, Mrs.Margaret, 121 nnorth Fifth.
Sloan, Thomas, blacksmith , 45 St. Charles.
Slone, A. S., watchman and gilder , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Sly, Ely, drayman , Florida bbetween First and Second.
Smith, Brothers & Co.company , wand r grocers , 4 nnorth Front.
Smith & Carter , exchange office , 117 nnorth First.
Smith, George, (S & C) in nnorth First.
Smith, E. B , 145 nnorth First.
Smith, J. B., clerk , 58 nnorth Front.
Smith, J. & W. , auctioneers and com.commission m'chants , 68 nnorth First.
Smith, Wm.William, 68 nnorth First.
Smith, John, r grocery, 67 nnorth Second.
Smith, Wm.William H., clerk , 114 nnorth First.
Smith, William, butcher , ccorner Clark and Skinner.
Smith, A., jour.tinner , 178 nnorth First.
Smith, D. B., agent for C. E.Bowes, , cabinet manufactory, 162 nnorth First.
Smith, Andrew, jour.baker , 28 nnorth Second.
Smith, James, wig maker , 39 Market.
Smith, Mrs.Ellen, dress maker , 39 Market.
Smith, William, book keeper , Planters' House.
Smith, J. T., porter , Planters' House.
Smith, Mrs.Nathan, widow, Fifth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
Smith, Joseph, jour.carpenter , St. Charles bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Smith, Andrew, jour.carpenter , St. Charles bbetween Seventh & Eighth.
Smith, John, jour.gilder , St. Charles bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Smith, Mrs.Mary, widow, St. Charles bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Smith, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, boarding house, 4th bbetween M'k't & Walnut.
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Smith, William, Franklin Avenue bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Smith, Joseph W., jour.carpenter , Seventh bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Smith, Jno., President Mo.Missouri Bank , res.residence Broadway bbetween Cherry & Hick'ry.
Smith, John D., ship carpenter and calker , ccorner Payne and Second.
Smith, Jacob, county surveyor and civil engineer , ccorner Second & Cedar.
Smith, Madame Emelie, Lombard bbetween First and Second.
Smith, Elias B., M.D., attorney at law , Fourth bbetween Market & Walnut
Smith, Charles, ccorner Seventh and Franklin Avenne.
Smith, B. W., jour.carpenter , bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth, near Gay.
Smith, Francis, mill engineer , bbetween First and Second, near Brooklin.
Smith, Miss Oreannah, Franklin Avenue bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Smith, Mrs.Elizabeth, widow, Second bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Smith, Mrs.Mary, widow, Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Smith, James, (SB & Co) merchant , res.residence ccorner Cedar and Third.
Smith, . Merritt, carpenter , 47 Second.
Smith, Miss Eliza, Fourth bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Smith, Garry, jour.carpenter , Myrtle bbetween Third and Fourth.
Smith, John Roe, (W & S) boot and shoe merchant , res.residence 96 Market.
Smith, Mrs.Betsy, widow, Fifth bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Smith, John, jour.butcher , Skinner bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Smith, Alpheus, superintendent oil mill , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot
Smith, Nancy, col'dcolored seamstress , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Smyth, Isaac P., 154 Broadway.
Smith, Madison, jour.saddler , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Ave.avenue
Smith, Miss Margaret, Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Park Ave.avenue and Barry.
Smith, George, teamster , Buel bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Smith, James, gardener and florist , west of the Convent.
Smoker, Henry, porter , 27 nnorth Front.
Smoker, Bernard, porter , 20 nnorth Front.
Smyth, Clarkson Z., clerk , 5 nnorth First.
Smyth, J. S., clerk , 63 nnorth First.
Smythey, Madam, Jacques, widow, 6th bbetween Washington Av.avenue & St. Chas.
Snodgrass, Isaac, (WG Fife & Co) saw mill.
Snow, Robt., clerk , 150 nnorth First.
Snyder, Jacob H., comb maker , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Parle Ave.avenue
Snyder, H. M., bell and brass foundry , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Snyder, A. J., jour.bell & brass founder , Oak bbetween Second & Broadway-.
Snyder, Jacob, jour.blacksmith , 83 Olive.
Social Hall Coffee House , 3 Market.
Soderer, John, Robinson House, 199 nnorth First.
Sohler, Fred., apothecary, &c. , Third near Rutgers.
Solms, S. J., w dry good merchant , 53 nnorth First.
Sommer, Jos., milk man , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Sommer, Christian, milkman , Decatur bbetween Soulard and Lafayette.
Soter, John, Wood, near Carondelet Avenue.
Soter, Miss Caroline, Wood, near Carondelet Avenue.
Soul, John, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Soulard, Henry G., ccorner Soulard and Hamtramk.
Soulard, Madame, Julie C., widow, Decatur bbetween Barry and Marion.

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Soulard, Miss Eliza C., Decatur bbetween Barry and Marion.
Soulard, Benj. F., Decatur bbetween Barry and Marion.
South Market Hotel , ccorner Fifth and Sycamore.
Southack, F. W., wand r china and queensware dl'r , 18 nnorth First.
Southack, Jos., clerk , 18 nnorth First.
Southard, L., clerk , 3½ nnorth Front.
Southard, Morris, jour.baker , Wash bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Southard, Allen, boatman , Sixth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Sutherland, Miss Laura, Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Southworth, O. W., clerk , 71 nnorth Second.
Southworth, Jackson, bar keeper , 65 nnorth Front.
Sparhawk, G. W., Eighth bbetween Washington Avenue and Green.
Sparks, John, State and Co.company Collector , 5 nnorth Fourth.
Sparks, Mrs.Sarah, widow, 80 ssouth First.
Sparr, J. H., Virginia Hotel, 31 Vine.
Spaulding, S. F., bar keeper , Olive bbetween Second and Third.
Spaulding, J., att'y at law , ccorner Olive and First.
Spaulding, Mrs.Lucy A., Sixth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Spearing, S. S., jour.cabinet maker , 12 nnorth Third.
Speck, Mrs.Catharine, widow, variety store, 71 ssouth Second.
Speck, Louis, clerk , 71 ssouth Second.
Spelesyc, Martin, Oak bbetween First and Second.
Spence, Henry, carpenter and builder , res.residence 51 nnorth Fifth:
Spencer, Loren, att'y at law , ccorner Olive and First.
Spencer, Henry, clerk , 8 nnorth First.
Spencer, Miss Ellen, Carondelet, Avenue bbetween Park Avenue and Barry.
Spielbrink, Henry, carter , Carr bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Spinner, Adam, jour.cooper , 123 nnorth Sixth.
Sploeter, Henry, hostler , 2nd bbetween Laurel and Prune.
Spock, Mrs.A. H., widow, milliner , 54 Market.
Sponslar, George, jour.cigar maker , 158 nnorth First.
Spore, James, (S & S) painter , res.residence Elm bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Sprague, A., jour.tailor , 28 Chesnut.
Sprigg, James F., auctioneer , ccorner Green and Fifth.
Sprigg, Jenifer T., chief clerk surveyor general's office , res.residence ccorner Fifth
and Market.
Spring, A. L., boat store, 63 nnorth Front.
Springer, George A., (S & S) merchant , res.residence ccorner Sixth and Olive.
Springmeyer, Frederick, tailor , 145 nnorth Second.
Sproat, Harris L., attorney at law , res.residence ccorner Carondelet Ave.avenue & Marion.
Sproule & Keys , commission & forwarding merchants , 74 nnorth Front.
Sproule, George, (S & K) merchant , 73 nnorth Front.
Sroaf, Mrs.Amanda, widow, near Payne bbetween First and River.
Sroer, Henry, tailor , res.residence 144 Green.
Staats, Wm.William, blacksmith and plough maker , Cherry bbetween First and Se-
cond, res.residence Broadway bbetween Willow and Ashley.
Staffhorst, E. C., beer house, 32 Prune.
Stage Office , General, ccorner Pine and Fourth.
Stagg, John, res.residence Fourth bbetween Market and Walnut.
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Stahl, Christian, butcher , near Catholic Grave Yard.
Staley, Valentine, clerk , 46 nnorth First.
Staley, Mrs.Charlotte, widow, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Stamps, W. S., brick maker , res.residence ccorner Second and Florida.
Stamps, John, ccorner Second and Florida.
Standing, James, miller , Second bbetween Howard and Mound.
Stanford, J. R., flour ware house, ccorner Front and Spruce.
Stanley, Sheldon, ssouth bbetween engineer , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Eleventh & Twelfth.
Stansbury, Ira, saddler , Biddle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Stansbury, George, ccorner Fifth and Myrtle.
Starke, Singleton , J., carpenter , Fifth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Slarnes & Springer , w and r grocery, 4 nnorth Front.
Starnes, Nathan, (S & S) merchant , res.residence ccorner Sixth and Olive.
Steed, Wm.William, M.D. , 44½ Chesnut.
Steel, Jas. H., clerk , 84 nnorth First.
Steer & Schlenker , boot and shoe makers , 49 Market.
Steer, John, (S & S) boot and shoe maker , 49 Market.
Stebbins, Win. B., plasterer , 8 nnorth Third.
Steger, J. S., boarding house and barber , Oak bbetween 2d and Broadway.
Steigers, M & F. , r grocery, ccorner Market and Fourth.
Stein, Nicolas, Union Coffee House, ssouth First bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Stein, Jos., Sen. , ssouth First bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Stein, Jos., Jr.junior , barber , 49 ssouth First.
Stein, Wm.William, jour.cabinet maker , 28 Olive.
Stein, Conrad, jour.blacksmith , 74 Pine.
Stein, Franz, 83 nnorth Sixth.
Stein, William, cabinet maker , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Steinecker, Joseph, saddler , 43 nnorth Seventh.
Steiner, Christian, laborer , Short, near Wood.
Steinfeld & Patton , dry good dealers , 124 nnorth Third.
Steinmiller, Mrs.Louisa, widow, 123 ssouth First.
Steiteman, Henry, wagon maker , 8th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Morgan.
Steitz, Matthias, butcher , Second bbetween Bridge and Rutgers.
Stendeman, Fred., fruit store, ccorner Second and Myrtle.
Stettinius & January , w grocers and com.commission merchants , 60 nnorth Front.
Stettinius, Joseph, (S & J) merchant , 60 nnorth Front.
Stevens, W.Charles, M.D. , 30 ssouth First.
Stevens, Richard F., M.D. , 30 ssouth First.
Stevens, George M., clerk , ccorner First and Market.
Stevens, Nicolas, cook , 157 nnorth First.
Stevens, Veianus, ssouth bbetween carpenter , 39 nnorth Seventh.
Stevens, Fred. M., Fourth bbetween Walnut and Elm.
Stevens, Simeon, boarding house, 4 ssouth Fifth.
Stevens, Richard A., jour.printer , 45 nnorth First.
Stevenson, Joseph, carpenter , Wash bbetween Tenth and Eleventh.
Stewart, Campbell, jour.sash maker , 191½ nnorth First.
Stewart, Wathington, jour.silversmith , 20 Locust.
Stewart, Adam D., paymaster , U.S.A., 53 Laurel.
Stewart, William, ssouth bbetween pilot , 61 Olive.
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Stewart, Mrs.Clarlesa, widow, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Stewart, Wm.William , S., book keeper , res.residence Olive bbetween Eighth and Ninth
Stewart, James, carpenter , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Stibbs, Christopher, Morgan bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Stickney, Beaj., Proprietor Planters House.
Stillman, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , ccorner Grren and Fourth.
Stillwell, Edmund M., ssouth bbetween pilot , Payne bbetween Sceond and Broadway
Slinde, Conrad , H.R., clerk , 101 nnorth First.
Stine, J. R., Shot Tower, below St. Louis, res.residence Third bbetween Pine & Olive.
Stine, C.W. & Co.company , family grocery , ccorner Fourth and Olive.
Stine, Jos., (CWS & Co) ssouth bbetween engineer , ccorner Fourth and Olive.
Stock, D., boot and shoe maker , 25 Olive.
Stock, Stephen, brewer , ssouth Market bbetween Harry and Marion.
Stocker, W. H., cooper , Chesnut bbetween First and Front.
Stockton, Miss Catharine E., live bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Stoebeck, H., grocery , Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Stocwener, Ferdinand,clerk , ccorner Fifth and Convent.
Stokes, Richard, jour.lamp maker , 51 Locust.
Stoltz, Louis, blacksmith , Third bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Stone, R. H., w grocery and commission merchant , 7 nnorth Front..
Stone, J.S. & Co.company , carriage manufactory, ccorner Second and Olive.
Stone, Abner, (SR & Co) spirit gas factory , 51 Locust.
Stone, C.W. & Co.company , family grocery , ccorner Fourth and Olive.
Storm & Spore , sign and ornamental painters , 10 nnorth Third.
Storm, Henry F., (S & S) sign and ornamental painter , 10 nnorth Third.
Storrs, Edward, clerk 118 nnorth First.
Storry, Miss Margaret, 61 Olive.
Stout, M. & N.H. , plane manufactory, 20 Olive.
Stout, Theodore, jour.plane maker , 20 Olive.
Stout, Jos., looking glass and picture frame maker , 102 nnorth Third.
Stout, Nalhaniel H., (HNH & Ms) plane mf'et'y, res.residence 96. nnorth Sixth.
Stout, Moses, (NH & MS) plane manufacturer , res.residence 71 nnorth Sixth.
Stout, John P., clerk , 71 nnorth Sixth.
Stow, L. , B., stage agent and clerk ,ccorner Fourth and Pine.
Strachan, Wm.William, (McG & S) foreign & domestic liquor d'l'r , 79 nnorth Front.
Strebeck, Fred., hair dresser , 19 Locust.
Street, K., clerk , 156 nnorth First.
Street, James, clerk , 102 nnorth First.
Street, Robert, w & r clothing m'ch'tmerchant , 128 nnorth 1st, res.residence 37 St. Charles.
Street, William G., clerk , 128 nnorth First.
Striblen, Mahlon, huckster , Vine bbetween First and Front.
Stricker, Henry, capenter , Second bbetween Bridge and Rutgers.
Stringer, T. & F. , merchant tailors , 92 nnorth First.
Stringer, Fred, [T & FS] res.residence Olive bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Stringer, Thomas, [T & FS] res.residence ccorner Eighth and St. Charles.
Strode, Wm.William F., boarding house, 97 nnorth Second.
Strodtman, J., [S & S] Frankfort House, ssnnorth Front.
Strother, Mrs.Theodusia, widow, ccorner Third and Laurel.
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Stroup & Son , coopers , ssouth Third bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Stroup, George, [S & S] cooper , res.residence 54 Market.
Stroup, Thomas, [S & S] cooper , Market bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Stuart, W. H.H., clerk , 57 nnorth First.
Stubbs, John, patent lock maker and bell hanger , 195 nnorth First.
Stubbs, Richard, carpenter , St. Charles bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Stuby, John H., tailor , 32 ssouth First.
Stultz, Matthias, jour.cabinet maker , 74 nnorth Third.
Stumpf, Jacob, jour.cabinet maker , 7 nnorth Second.
Stumpf, Thomas, laborer , 14 Oak.
Stumpf, John L., jour.confectioner , 122 nnorth Third.
Stutz, Fred., blacksmith , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Carroll and Soulard.
St. Andre, Louis, cigar manufactory, 200 nnorth First.
St. Andre, Nicolas, cigar manufactory, 200 nnorth First.
St. Charles Stage Office , ccorner Third and Vine.
St. Charles Tavern , Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
St. John, Harvey, exchange broker , 126 nnorth First.
St. Louis, Dispensary, Pine bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
St. Louis, Eye. Infirmary , 94½ nnorth First.
St. Louis Exchange , ccorner Second and Prune.
St. Louis Fire Engine House , ccorner Third and Locust.
St. Louis Floating Dock Ins. Office , 79 nnorth First.
St. Louis Flouring Mill , above Case and Nelson's ssouth bbetween Yard.
St. Louis Foundry , Broadway bbetween Hickory and Pear.
St. Louis Gas Light Company Office , 100 nnorth First.
St. Louis Gas Works Office , ccorner Second and Convent.
St. Louis Hospital , ccorner Spruce and Fourth.
St. Louis House , [Jacobys] 23 Market.
St. Louis Perpetual Insurance Office , ccorner Olive and First.
St. Louis Planters' Ware House , Laurel bbetween First and Second.
St. Louis Seed Store , 10 nnorth First.
St. Louis Silk and Woolen Dying Establishment , 70 ssouth Second.
St. Louis Sugar Refinery , Cedar bbetween First and Second.
St. Louis Tavern , 179 nnorth First.
St. Louis University , Green bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
St. Vrain, Madame E., widow, 51 Chesnut.
Sublette, Wm.William L., wholesale dry good merchant , 7 nnorth First.
Sullivan, Mrs.Elizabeth, dress maker , 32 Pine.
Sullivan, Cornelius, jour.watch maker , 40 nnorth First.
Sumner, Leonard, horse, &c. , auctioneer , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween 9th & 10th.
Surveyor General's Office , Dr.SilasReed, , 275 nnorth First.
Sutherland, G. W., tailor , Vine bbetween Second and Third.
Sutter, Michael, tavern, First bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Sutter, Michael, Sen. , First bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Suttles, Sylvester, jour.carpenter , 70 Locust.
Sutton & Finch , family grocery , 53 Market.
Sutton, Jos. T., carpenter and builder , ccorner Morgan and Fourth, res.residence Gay
bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Sutton, Mrs.E., widow, Franklin Avenue bbetween Thenth and Eleventh.
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Sutton, Mrs.Mary, widow, Sixth bbetween Myrtle and Spruce .
Suydam, John, rdry g merchant , ccorner Washington Avenue and Third.
Swan Tavern , 90 ssouth First.
Swart, A. M., York House, ccorner Prune and Second.
Sweeny, Hugh, jour.stone mason , Green bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Sweeny, Francis, tailor , ccorner Eighth and St. Charles.
Sweet, Wheeler B., clerk , Fifth bbetween Broadway and Labeaume.
Sweeting, Miss Mary A., 132 Market.
Switzer, A. G., w grocer and com.commission merchant , 49 nnorth Front.
Switzer, W. N., clerk , 49 nnorth Front.
Switzer, John, jour.painter , St. Charles bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Switzerland Coffee House , ccorner Pine and Second.
Swon, J. C., ssouth bbetween Capt.captain , 55 St. Charles.
Sykes, Jas., M.D. , 5½ Vine.
Sykes, Jas., clerk , 5½ Vine.
Sylvester, John, [AO & Co] watch maker , 82 nnorth First.
T.
Tackberry, Thomas, upholsterer , Carr bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Tackberry, John, jour.upholsterer , 25 Vine.
Tacket, George, jour.tinner , 27 nnorth First.
Taff, Aaron, jour.carpenter , Second bbetween Cedar and Plnm.
Talbot, Samuel B., ssouth bbetween engineer , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Talbot, Mrs.Jane, milliner , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Tamm, Jacob, rgrocer , Second bbetween Bridge and Rutgers.
Tammany, Hall, Third, near ccorner Prune.
Tanner, Edwin, carpenter and builder , ccorner Fourth and Elm.
Tanner, Wm.William, ccorner St. Charles and Seventh.
Targee, Thos., [ W & T] auction and com merchant , res.residence Fourteenth bbetween
Market and Walnut.
Tattersall, livery stable , 67 Pine.
Tatum, David, grocery & com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , 15 nnorth Front, res.residence 40 Walnut.
Taupe, Henry, rgrocery , Franklin Ave.avenue bbetween Thirteenth & Fourteenth.
Taylor, Chas. L., boarding house, ccorner Second and Market.
Taylor, J. M., book keeper , 30 nnorth First.
Taylor, T. M., w and r dry good m'ch'tmerchant , 50 nnorth First.
Taylor, Wm.William H., clerk , 50 nnorth First.
Taylor, Nathaniel P., U.S. Register, office 94½ nnorth First.
Taylor, Wm.William, 81 nnorth Second.
Taylor, G. R., [P & T.] att'y at law , 36 Chesnut.
Taylor, James, ssouth bbetween pilot , 30 Green.
Taylor, Jos. M., carpenter , Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Taylor, Thos., ssouth bbetween pilot , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Fourteenth.
Taylor, Georgessouth bbetween Capt ., ccorner First and Ashley.
Taylor, Thos., 111 ssouth First.
Taylor, Wm.William C.Sixth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Taylor, John H., Payne bbetween Second and Broadway.
Taylor, Henry S., Second bbetween Lombard and Hazel.
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Taylor, John, Fifth bbetween Convent and Rutgers.
Taylor, Moses, Justice Peace , office Carondelet Ave.avenue near Wood.
Taylor, C. S., clerk , ccorner Market and ssouth First.
Taylor, Thomas M., clerk , 17 nnorth Front.
Taylor & Ferguson , exchange brokers , 91 nnorth First.
Taylor, Robt., liquor, flour, & com.commission merchant , ccorner Front Locust, res.residence 6th
bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Taylor, Wm.William J., r cutlery and fancy goods dealer, 39½ nnorth Front.
Taylor, Thomas S., clerk , 47 nnorth Front.
Teabout, Francis, milkman ,St. George's.
Teel, James M., cabinet maker , 11 Morgan, res.residence Morgan bbetween 9th & 10th.
Teft, Nelson V., ssouth bbetween mate , ccorner Plum and First.
Teison, MissRosella, 122 Market.
Teiteberg, John, shoe maker , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Tell, Wm.William , Tavern, Conrad Fox , 248 nnorth First.
Templeman, Edward, jour.painter , 33 nnorth Second.
Tenney, Cyrus F., baker , Wash Avenue bbetween Seventh and Elghth.
Tenney, John, bar keeper , 3 Market.
Terrenecs, Daniel, furrier , Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Terrences, Mrs.Nancy, midwife, Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Terwald, John J., ssouth bbetween mate , St. Charles bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Tesson, M., dry good and grocery merchant , 10 ssouth First.
Tesson, Noah, clerk , Elm, near First.
Tesson, E. P.[BT & Co] com.commission merchant , res.residence 161 Walnut.
Teusher, Louis, jour, cigar maker , 76 Prune.
Teuteberg, Justus, jour, shoe maker , 6 nnorth Third.
Tevis, John C., [CT & McC] m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence Sixth bbetween Olive and Pine.
Tewes, Wm.William C., [Kt & H] dry gm'ch'tmerchant , 15 Market.
Tharp, Thos., carpenter , Sixth bbetween Carr and Wash.
Tharp, James D., carpenter , 69 nnorth Third.
Tharp, T. H., jour, carpenter. Morgan bbetween Sixtn and Seventh.
Tharp, Edward, jour.printer , 2 nnorth First.
Tharp, Geo., jour.turner , 116 Olive.
Thatch, Thos. H., clerk , ccorner First, above Cherry.
Thatcher, Wm.William, jour.chair maker , 25 St. Charles.
Thayer, N. B., clerk. 177 nnorth First.
Thayer., D. B., clerk , 138 nnorth First.
Thiele, Henry, tailor , 4 ssouth First
Thiele, John G., watch maker , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Thirlwell, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Clark bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Thoerner, Henry, family grocery , ccorner Wash and Eighth.
Thomas, Ezra, brick maker , Eighth bbetween Biddle and Davis.
Thomas, Sam'l., clerk Dry Dock office, Madison, near Ashley.
Thomas, B.Franklin, , att'y at law, 18 Pine.
Thomas, John H., jour.blacksmith , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Thomas, L.Foulk, att'y at law, office 49 Pine.
Thomas, Eugene, jour.coach painter , Fourth bbetween Morgan and Green.
Thomas, Jos., jour.cabinet maker , 74 nnorth Third.
Thomas, Elias, clerk , ccorner Market and Tenth.
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Thomas, Peter, watchman , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth.
Thomas, Eugene, jour.coach maker , Morgan bbetween Twelfth & Thirteenth.
Thomas, E., jour.coach maker , Morgan bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Thomas, Wm.William, superintendent Dry Dock, res.residence First, below Ashley.
Thomas, Francis, teacher of dancing, ccorner Prune and Second.
Thomas, Jacob P., [B & T] livery stable , Walnut bbetween Third & Fourth.
Thompson, John, merchant , res.residence Morgan bbetween Fifth and Sixth.
Thompson, Robert, blacking maker , Ninth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Morgan.
Thompson, Wm.William W., jour.c'p'nt'r , 9th bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Morgan.
Thompson, Wm.William W., commission merchant , res.residence Carr bbetween 6th and 7th.
Thompson, J. & F.W. , wholesale grocery merchant , 5 nnorth Front.
Thompson, J. A., undertaker and cabinet maker , 5 nnorth Second.
Thompson, J. P., [JJA & Co] res.residence Broadway bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Thompson, James L., clerk , ccorner Vine and Third.
Thompson, R. W., carpenter , 6 nnorth Second.
Thompson, Egbert A., attorney at law , Fifth bbetween Market & Chesnut.
Thompson, James, [J & FWT] res.residence 37 Elm.
Thompson, Wm.William H., jour.wagon maker , 2nd bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Thompson., D., [L & T] draper and tailor , Laurel near First.
Thompson, Raphael W., carpenter , Elm bbetween Fifth and Sixth, alley.
Thompson, John, brick layer , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth.
Thorburn, John, St. Louis Seed Store, 10 nnorth First.
Thornton, John, family grocer , 81 nnorth Third.
Thornton, Richard, baker , Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue & Wash.
Thorp, James L., inspector pork and beef, 2nd near ccorner Lombard.
Thorp, Stokes, Cedar bbetween Second and Third.
Thorp, A. C., clerk , 128 nnorth Third.
Thurman, A., ssouth bbetween pilot , Madison bbetween Ashley and Willow.
Tice, Jacob, brick maker , Fifth bbetween Railway and Labeaume.
Tice, Henry, Fifth bbetween Railway and Labeaume.
Tiernan, Nicolas, wagon maker , 7th bbetween Washington Ave.avenue & Green.
Tiernan, Owen, tinner , Seventh bbetween Washington Avenue and Green.
Tiernan, Peter, wagon maker , 67 Olive.
Tietz, John H., mf'cl'r of worsted trimmings, &c., 2d bbetween Cedar & Plum.
Tiffin, Clayton, M.D. , 102½ nnorth Third.
Tighe, Wm.William, Seventh bbetween Olive and Locust.
Tilden, John, [DT & R] merchant , 9 Market.
Tilden, R. S., [B & T] copper, tin, &c., mf'ct'r , res.residence 49 nnorth Second.
Tilken, Saunders, clerk , 80 nnorth First.
Tillman, C., clerk , 2 ssouth First.
Tilton, D. W., painter , Fourth bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Times, Tavern, JohnGronemann, , 68 Chesnut.
Timon, James, collector , 103 ssouth First.
Tinkenkeller, Andreas, jour.cooper , Front bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
Tinkler, Philip, shoe maker , 48 ssouth First.
Tischler, Franz, carpenter , 26 nnorth Sixth.
Titcum, Sam'l., 96 Market.
Titus, Myron, 142 nnorth Fourth.
Timberlake, Wm.William H., clerk , Post Office.
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Todd, Ira, & Sons , mill stone and material mf'ct'ry, 203 nnorth First.
Todd, Charles, (IT & S) mill stone manufactory , 203 nnorth First.
Todd, G., (IT & S) mill stone mf'ct'r, res.residence Collins bbetween Cherry & Hickory.
Todd & Krum , att'ys at law, 41 Pine.
Todd, Albert, (T & K) att'y at law, 41 Pine.
Todd, Jos., jour.baker , 119 nnorth Fifth.
Tomlinson, John, butcher , St. George's.
Tomlinson, Nicolas, Walnut bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Tomlinson, Mrs.Elizabeth, St. George's.
Tompkins, Wm.William W., (BT & B) com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , Sixth bbetween Chesnut & Pine.
Toney, E. P., clerk , 19 nnorth Front.
Tontine Coffee House , 89 nnorth First.
Took, James, jeweler , 10 nnorth Second.
Touric, Paschal, calker , Green bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Town Hall , at Old Market, ccorner Front and Market.
Townsend, Jas. B., att'y at law, 43 Laurel.
Townsend, Sam'l., merchant , res.residence Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Barry & Marion.
Townsend, Benson, wire worker , 20 nnorth First.
Townsend, Wm.William C., book keeper , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Tracy, E. & A. , wgrocery and com.commission merchants , 22 nnorth Front.
Tracy, Edward, (E & AT) com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 5th bbetween Market & Walnut.
Tracy, Alfred, (E & AT) com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 5th bbetween Almond & Poplar.
Tracy, Erastus, 68 Locust.
Trainer, Michael, ccorner Green and Fourth.
Trask, George, cabinet mf'try, and ware room , 24 Vine, res.residence 116 nnorth 2d.
Travlers, Home, 10 Oak.
Tread, way, Mrs.S., 51 Pine.
Tregaski, Mrs.Sarah A., widow, dress maker , ccorner Seventh and Green.
Trego, J. R., portrait painter , 52 Market.
Tremberger, Joseph, jour.carpenter , Spruce bbetween Second and Third.
Tresel, John, blacksmith , Second bbetween Convent and Bridge.
Tribbe, Henry, jour.carpenter , Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Tribbe, Mrs.Louisa, midwife, Sixth bbetween Wash and Carr.
Tribbey, MissElizabeth, milliner and dressmaker , 81 Market.
Trimble, Thomas, ssouth bbetween mate , Seventh bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Trimburn, Nicolas, jour.carpenter , ssouth Market bbetween Barry and Marion.
Trowbridge, Daniel, res.residence Sixth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Trucky, Gabriel, wagon maker , 7 nnorth Second.
Trudeau, John M., M.D. , 133¼ nnorth Second.
True, Jacob, clerk , 4 nnorth Front.
Truesdail, Samuel, 5 nnorth Front.
Tryon, Mrs.Ann E, widow, Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Tucker, Joshua, flouring mill , Oak bbetween Second and Broadway.
Tucker, Robert, Cairo Coffee House, 30½ Olive.
Tucker, Ely, steward , Missouri Hotel, 196 nnorth First.
Tuebell, Francis, tailor , 17 Oak.
Tufts, A., merchant tailor , 28 Chesnut, res.residence Walnut bbetween 8th and 9th.
Tully, Powhattan, carpenter , Thirteenth near Franklin Ave.avenue
Tunstall, Warrick, (T & H) att'y at law, res.residence ccorner Fifth and Elm.

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Tunstall, Mrs.Ann M., widow, Twelfth bbetween Walnut and Clark.
Turk, Wm.William, carpenter , First bbetween Smith and Florida.
Turnbull, James, book seller and bindery , 132 nnorth First.
Turnbull, James, jour.engine finisher , Carrb Seventh and Eighth.
Turner, Wm.William J., ssouth bbetween clerk , 57 Elm.
Turner, Moses, engineer , 30 ssouth First.
Turner, J. V., clerk , 94 nnorth First.
Turner, A.foreman , blacksmith, First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Turner, Sam'l., jour.baker , 28 nnorth Second.
Turner, Wilson, jour.carpenter , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween Eighth & Ninth.
Turner, Peter, jour.carpenter , Cedar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Turpin, Mrs.Ann M., widow, Sixth bbetween Pine and Olive.
Turton, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , Washington Ave.avenue bbetween 10th and 11th.
Twambly, Wm.William, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Tweedale, Thos., jour.moulder , First bbetween Oak and Cherry.
Twigg, Mrs.P., widow, First bbetween Clark and Bates.
Twitchell, John W., clerk Gas Light Co.company , 100 nnorth First.
Tyler, Jos.; cabinet finisher and gilder , 90 nnorth Socond.
U.
Uhl, Chas., cigar maker , Eighth bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
Uhrig, Andreas, (U & Brothers) Fulton Coffee House, 44 nnorth Second.
Uhrig, Jos., (U & Brothers) Fulton Coffee House, 44 nnorth Second.
Uhrig, Ignatz, [U & Brothers] Fulton Coffee House, 44 nnorth Second.
Ulrici, C. & Co.company , wholesale and retail grocery , ccorner Walnut First.
Ulrici, Richard W., clerk , ccorner Walnutand First.
Ulrici, Robert C., clerk , 68 nnorth First.
Umbarger, Anderson, jour.carpenter , Myrtle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Uncle Sam Coffee House , M.Bechcrer, , 94 nnorth Front.
Union Insurance Office , 83 nnorth First.
Union Engine House , Third bbetween St. Charles and Washington Avenue.
Union Hotel , Boon & Bird , ccorner Prune and First.
Union Exchange , Vielheller & Lueck , 93 nnorth Front.
Union House , C.Kennedy, , Market beyond Skinner.
United States Quarter Master's Office , 44 Laurel.
United States Army Recruiting Office , 48 Chesnut.
Updigraph, John K., clerk , 52 nnorth Front.
Ustick, Jos., jour.printer , 48 Morgan.
Utly, David, jour.hatter , 86 nnorth First.
V.
Vacharesa, Louis, Patriote Tavern , Second near Poplar.
Vail, Walter, merchant , 74 nnorth First.
Valentine & Ames , wgrocers and com.commission merchants , 36 nnorth Front.
Valle, Amedee, merchant , res.residence ccorner Fifth and Elm.
Valle, Neree, clerk , 52 nnorth Front.
Valois, Misses, 29 Elm.
VanAlstine , E.T., clerk , 126 nnorth First
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VanBeil , Harman, w and r variety store, 161 nnorth First.
VanBerg , Mrs.Nancy, widow, Myrtle bbetween First and Second.
VanBuren , J., jour.stone cutter , Marion bbetween ssouth M'k't & Carondelet Av.avenue
Vance, Hugh, jour.printer , 28½ nnorth First.
Van, Deventer, J. & W. , w and rclothing merchants , 156 nnorth First.
Van, Deventer, Jacob, G., (J & WV) 156 nnorth First.
Vanderwater, Louis, Morgan bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Van, DeVelde, Rev.reverend J., D.D., President St. Louis University.
VanHouten , Isaac, ssouth bbetween captain , res.residence Collins bbetween Hickory and Pear.
Vanleer, Hicks & Co.company ,Tennessee iron store , 9 nnorth Front.
Vanleer, Samuel, Collins bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
Vannerson, Adrian, clerk , 15 nnorth Front.
VanPreters, A.T., discount clerk Missouri Bank.
Vanstuddiford, H., (AM & Co) 94½ nnorth First.
VanZandt , William, M.D., 66 nnorth First.
Vasquez, MissEmelie, 114 Pine.
Vaughn, Mrs.Nancy, widow, Convent bbetween Second and Third.
Vaught, Christopher, planing mill , Walnut bbetween Fifth and Sixth, alley.
Verandah Coffee House , Edwin M.Martin, , 1 Laurel.
Vcrhaegen, Rev.reverend P. J., D.D. , Pres't B'd Trustees St. Louis University.
Verheyden, Rev.reverend P., D.D. , Treasurer St. Louis University.
Vesoski, Louis & Co.company , Levee Coffee House, ccorner Laurel and Front.
Vetcroth, Peter, jour.shoe maker , 49 Market.
Vierheller & Lueck , Union Exchange, 93 nnorth Front.
Viguicr, X. V., clerk , 29 nnorth Second.
Viguier, Hotelde France, ccorner Second and Chesnut.
Vill, Nicolas, tailor , 53 nnorth Second.
Vincent, Philip, ssouth bbetween engineer , near Ashley, bbetween First and Madison.
Vine, Isaac, clerk , 80 nnorth First.
Vinton, O. M., confectioner , 38 Market.
Virginia Hotel , J. H.Sparr, , 31 Vine.
Vitalis, Louis, M.D. , ccorner Third and Elm.
Voegt, Mrs.S., widow, Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Vogel, John, [G & V] cabinet maker , 72 nnorth Third.
Vogel, Kasper, baker , Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Vogel, Michael, pottery baker , Fifth bbetween Soulard and Rutgers.
Vogt, B., clerk , 98 nnorth First.
Voizot, Albert, clerk , 29 Market.
Volmer, John, confectioner , Myrtle bbetween Second and Third.
Volz, Adam, Carondelot Avenue bbetween Barry and Marion.
Von, John, brick layer , Market bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Von Phul & McGill , wgrocery and com.commission m'ch'tsmerchants , ccorner Olive and Front.
VonPhul , Henry, [Von P & McG] com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 102 Market.
Vourdon, Sebastian, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and Park Ave.
W.
Wade, H. G., clerk , Fourth bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
Wade, Mrs.Ann, widow, 31 Chesnut.
Wadingham, Wm.William, pork packer , Payne bbetween First and Second.
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Wagner, Henry P., rgrocer , 167½ First.
Wagner, Louis, musician , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Wagner, Fidali, shoe maker , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Wagner, Mrs.Mary, widow Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Wagner, Nicolas, Almond, bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Wagner, Henry, carpenter , Scond bbetween Bridge and Rutgers.
Wagner, Philip, brick later , ccorner Third and Rutgers.
Wagner, Wm.William, Western Star House, ccorner Second and Spruce.
Wainwright & Withnell , Fulton, Btewerv, 21 Almond.
Wainwright, Ellis, (W & W) res.residence Almond bbetween First and Second.
Wakefield, Watthew, rgrocer , 55 Oak.
Walden, Joseph, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Waldher, Rev.reverend Ferdinand, Poplar bbetween Firt and Second.
Waldher & Hengold , halters. Second bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Waldman, William, jour.cabinet maker , 74 nnorth Third.
Wales, O. H., wdry good dealer , 134 nnorth First.
Wales, O., wdry good dealer , 124 nnorth First.
Wales, James R., clerk , 16 nnorth First.
Walker & Kennett , dealers in fancy and staple dry Roods, 96 nnorth First.
Walker, Leonidas D., (W & K) dry good merchant , 96 nnorth First.
Walker, Thomas B., (E & W) 10 nnorth First.
Walker, T.A. & Co.company , w and rclothing merchants , 122 nnorth First.
Walker, Joseph B., (G & W) att'y at law, ccorner Pine and Second.
Walker, Sam'l., jour.brick layer , Chesnut bbetween 3d and 4th, alley.
Walker, Edward, carpenter , Third bbetween Poplar and Almond.
Walker, Chas., r grocery, ccorner Twelfth and Morgan.
Walker, Wm.William, ccorner Twelfth and Franklin Avenue.
Walker, James B., jour.carpenter , Second bbetween Howard and Mound.
Wall, Rev.reverend G. W., Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Wall, Matthew, carpenter , Fifth bbetween Rutgers and park Avenue.
Wall, Thos., jour.carpenter , Fifth b. Rutgers and Park Avenue.
Wall., Isaac B., clerk , ccorner Vine and Commercial.
Wallace, V. M., jour.cabinet maker , Spruce bbetween 3d and 4th, alley.
Wallace, Sam'l., jourshoe maker , ccorner Second and Cherry.
Walls, Wm.William, 71 Market.
Walnut Street Tavern , ccorner Walnut and Third.
Walsh, J. & E. , wgrocery and com.commission m'ch'tsmerchants , 62 nnorth Front.
Walsh, P., Justice Peace & Notary Public , 17 Olive, res.residence ccorner 3d & Plum.
Walsh, Mrs.A., widow, 5 St. Charles.
Walsh, Edwd.[J & EW] com.commission m'ch'tmerchant , res.residence 67 nnorth Sixth.
Walsh, Jos. W., Clerk Court Common Pleas, res.residence ccorner Third and Plum.
Walsh, Richard, mason , Biddle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Walsh, John, merchant Madison, near Welsh's mill.
Walter, C., saddle and harness manufacturer , 107 nnorth First.
Walter, John, r dry g and clothing merchant , Front bbetween Elm & Myrtle.
Walton, C. D., Mansion House, ccorner Locust and Fourth.
Walton, Sam'l. D.,[Sd & CdW] livery stable , ccorner Locust and Fourth.
Walton, Wm.William, brick layer , Fifth bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Warburton & King , w dry good and hardware merchants. 17 nnorth First.
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Ward, George E., 30 ssouth First.
Ward, John H., general agent , 20 Locust.
Ward, Thomas, stone mason , Mulberry bbetween Third and Fourth.
Ward, Louis C., ssouth bbetween captain , ccorner Fourth and Gratiot.
Ward, Abraham, ssouth bbetween carpenter , Buel bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Ward, Porter, carter , Buel bbetween Marion and Carroll.
Ware, Edward Y., clerk , res.residence , Pine bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Ware, Mrs.M. J., widow, Pine bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Ware, M., blacksmith , Myrtle bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Ware, Thomas, cartenter , ccorner Myrtle and Sixth.
Warfield, John, jour.cooper , ccorner Ninth and Chesnut.
Warne, T. S., merchant res.residence ccorner Seventh and Spruce.
Warrance, Fred. G., carriage maker , Chesnut bbetween 3rd and 4th, alley.
Warrcn, Luke, market master , nnorth market, res.residence 66 Vine.
Warren, Horace, (N & W) 115 nnorth First.
Warren, Edward, grocer , Broadway bbetween Carr and Wash.
Warren, Peter, tanner and currier , 67 ssouth Second.
Warren, Austin, jour.shoe maker , 164 nnorth First.
Warrens, Edward, att'y at law, res.residence Fourth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Washburn, Delphus, hide and shoe dealer , 157 nnorth First.
Washburn, J. W., boarding house, ccorner Fifth and Market.
Washington Fire Engine House , Second bbetween Cedar and Mulberry.
Wate, W. B., jour.carpenter , 23 Myrtle.
Waters, James L., clerk , 23 nnorth Front.
Waters, John, clerk , 16 nnorth First.
Waters, Stephen, carpenter , res.residence ccorner Seventh and Green.
Waters., Geo., carpenter , ccorner Sixth and Green.
Watkins, D. J., portrait painter , ccorner Fourth and Chesnut.
Watkins, Thos, wood merchant , res.residence Fourth bbetween Poplar and Plum.
Watkins, Francis, ssouth bbetween engineer , Spruce bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Watkins, Henry, Spruce bbetween Third and Fourth, alley.
Watts, S. A., clerk , 52 Market.
Watson, E.Y. & N.F. , M.D. , Pine bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Watson, Henry F., clerk , Post Office.
Watson, R. D., w and rchina, glass and queensware dl'r, 27 nnorth First.
Watson, Wm.William, jour.baker , Seventh bbetween Franklin Ave.avenue and Wash.
Watson, John S., painter , Olive bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Watson, James, ssouth bbetween Capt. , Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Waugh & Corthron , dry good merchants. 22 Market.
Waverly Coffee House , Wm.William W. Broemfield,78 nnorth First.
Weaver, Adam, jour.blacksmith , 111 nnorth Second.
Webb, John G., mf'cl'r of gas, chemical, oil, &c. , 35 ssouth First.
Webb, Solomon, jour.carpenter , Convent bbetween Third and Fifth, alley.
Webb, Cephas, professor music, 46 Morgan.
Webb & Smith , variety store , 26 Market.
Webb, Wm.William G., [W & S] variety store , res.residence 96 Market.
Webe, Andreas, jour.blacksmith , 74 Pine.
Weber, Wm.William , Editor, & c. , German Paper , 33 Pine.
Weber, A. A., tinner , res.residence Sixth bbetween Green and Morgan.

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Weber, Mahlon, carpenter , Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Weber, Elizabeth, widow, Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Weber, Peter, musician , Franklin Avenue bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Weber, Peter, tailor , Second bbetween Convent and Sycamore.
Weber, Chas. H., professor music , ccorner Fifth and Almond.
Weber, Conrad, tavern, Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Park Ave.avenue and Barry.
Weber, Luntz, tailor , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Park Ave.avenue and Wood.
Weber, Fred., butcher , St. George's.
Webster, L. G., clerk , 23 nnorth Front.
Webster, Calvin, 13 Market.
Weed, Sam'l. R., saddle and harness maker , 48 nnorth Fourth.
Weeks, Sam'l., grocer and druggist , ccorner Convent and Second.
Wegman, Matthias, & Co.company , rclothing dealer , 163 Broadway.
Wegman, Peter, tavern , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Wood and Park Avenue.
Weiberts, Chas. H., clerk , 128 Market.
Weigel, A., rclothing dealer , 109 nnorth First.
Weigend, Fred., General Clark Tavern and baker , 147 nnorth Second.
Weigend, Philip, baker , 147 nnorth Second.
Weigend, Henry, pedlar , Second bbetween Bridge and Rutgers.
Weikmeister, George, boarding house, 60 ssouth Second.
Weiler, George, jour.tinner , First bbetween Almond and Poplar.
Weinel, Jacob, jour.cabinet maker , 7 nnorth Second.
Weinel, Louis, jour.tinner , 54 nnorth First.
Weinheimer, John, cabinet maker , 89 ssouth Second.
Weis, M., Jr.junior , confectioner , 55 ssouth First.
Weisenberger, Anton, tailor , 201 nnorth First.
Weisenberger, Andrew, tailor and clothing dealer , 10½ Oak.
Weisenecker, Alex., baker , First bbetween Plum and Poplar.
Weisenecker, Fred., grocer and baker , Second bbetween Plum and Cedar.
Weismiller, Fred.,tailor , 163 Broadway.
Welborn, James, blacksmith , res.residence Prune bbetween Second and Third.
Welch, Edward W., (W & W) tinner Second bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Welch, John & Co.company , flouring mill above Water Works.
Welch, MissMary, 181 nnorth Fifth.
Welch, Patrick, jour.tailor , Market bbetween Eighth and Ninth.
Welch, George, mill engineer , Madison, near Welch's mill.
Welker, Fred., clerk surveyor general's office, res.residence ccorner 2nd & Myrtle.
Wellman, John F., Seventh bbetween Carr and Wash.
Wells, Henry S., accountant , res.residence 107 nnorth Seventh.
Wells, Mrs.Dolly, widow, ccorner St. Charles and Fourth.
Wells, Samuel, ccorner Second and Howard.
Wells, Francis, jour.blacksmith , 152 nnorth Second.
Wendover, J. R., lottery office, 84½ nnorth First.
Wentworth, George, clerk , 9 Market.
Wenzel, George, jour.painter , 33 nnorth Second.
Wenzel, Philip, jour.carriage maker , ccorner Fourth and Morgan.
Werenwac, Jos , rgrocery , ccorner Franklin Avenue and Eleventh.
Werle, V., turner and instrument maker , Carondelet Av.avenue near Wood.
Werner, Augustus, clerk , Second bbetween Elm and Myrtle.
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Werner, George, jour.engine finisher , res.residence Sixth bbetween Franklin Avenue
and Wash.
Werner, A., chandler , 74 ssouth Third.
Werner, Fred., cabinet maker , 58 ssouth First.
Wescott, MissFanny, Carr bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Wesley, John, brick maker , St. Charles Way bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
Wesselmann, Henry, clerk , 15 Market.
West, Otis, (P & W) com.commission merchant , 68 nnorth Front.
West, Isaac L., druggist , 10 Vine.
West, Thos. H., plasterer , 62 nnorth Sixth.
West, John, tailor , 55 Elm.
West, Geo., (B & W) merchant tailor , res.residence Sixth bbetween Spruce and Cerre.
West & McBride , brick layers , Sixth bbetween Spruce and Cerre.
West, John P., (W & McB) brick layer , Sixth bbetween Spruce and Cerre.
Westcott, Russell A. & Co.company , mf'trs lamps & camphene gas , 32 Locust.
Westermann, J., tailor , Carondelet Ave.avenue bbetween Carroll and Soulard.
Western Hotel , R.Ainsworth, , Laurel bbetween First and Front.
Western Star House , Wm.WilliamWagner, , ccorner Second and Spruce.
Weston, David, (W & W) carpenter and builder , ccorner Fourth & Green.
Weston House , A. C.Cardes, , ccorner Olive and Fifth.
Wetherill, Mrs.H., widow, Eighth bbetween Green and Morgan.
Wetherill, S. J., jour.confectioner , 122 nnorth Third.
Wetmore, Alphonso, Justice Peace, office 20 Pine, res.residence near ccorner Fourth
and Cedar.
Wetmore, Thadeus K., clerk , 20 Pine.
Wetmore, D., job printing office, 2 nnorth First.
Wetzel, Win. Y., clerk , 4 nnorth Front.
Wetzel, C., clerk , 3 nnorth First.
Wetzel, Z. F., clerk , 26 nnorth First.
Wetzel, Chas., grocery and tinner , 154 ssouth Second.
Whealing, James, livery stable , ccorner Chesnut and Third.
Wheeler, Jonathan, tailor , Second bbetween Mulberry and Lombard.
Whelan, Jos., drayman , 9 Oak.
Wheelen, H. & Co.company , wdry g merchant , 57 nnorth First.
Whelen, John, jour.carpenter , Fifth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Wherry, M., M.D. , office 80 Market, res 145 Market.
Wherry, Jos. A., City Register , 112 Elm.
Whetten, John D., (Am. Fur Co.company ) res.residence 109 nnorth Second.
Whisler, Christopher, family grocery , ccorner Market and Tenth.
Whisler, Edw., family grocery , ccorner Market and Ninth.
Whisler, Martin, clerk , ccorner Market and Ninth.
White, Wm.William, ssouth bbetween pilot , Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
White, Henry, ssouth bbetween pilot , Gay bbetween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
White, Wm.William N., dry good merchant , 47 Market.
White, Edward C., clerk , 69 nnorth Fifth.
White & Smith , wgrocery and com.commission merchants , 53 nnorth Front.
White, J. H., lumber m'ch'tmerchant , ccorner Third & Pine, res.residence ccorner Fourth and Cerre.
White, D. M., 60 Locust.
White, T. J., M.D. , 96 nnorth Third.
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White, Nicolas, slater , Tenth bbetween Market and Chesnut.
White, Samuel, jour.moulder , Carr bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
White, David, jour.carpenter , Broadway bbetween Cherry and Hickory.
White, MissSusan, Morgan bbetween Fourth and Fifth.
White, Mrs.Nancy, widow, Morgan bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Whitefoot, John B., painter , ccorner Convent and Third.
Whitehead, J., attorney at law , 48½ ssouth First.
Whitehead, Paul, paver , Ninth bbetween Carr and Biddle.
Whitehill & Weston , carpenters and builders , ccorner Fourth and Green.
Whitehill, John, (W & W) 140 nnorth Fourth.
Whitehill, Wm.William, jour.carpenter , 43 St. Charles.
Whitehurst, Wm.William, jour.plough maker , ccorner Franklin Ave.avenue and 14th.
Whitelaw, John B., auction and com.commission merchant , 172 nnorth First.
Whiteman, Henry, jour.shoe maker , 82 Prune.
Whiting, Abijah, clerk , ccorner Spruce and Sixth.
Whiting, William, clerk , 24 nnorth