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Wegefarth's Elixir of Life 

Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all Bilious Diseases. 

PKEPARED BY WEGEFARTH & CO., 629ENSOBST.. 

[35-52] BALTIMORE, MD. 

For Sale by All Druggists. PRICE 25 CENTS. 



WOLF BROTHERS, 

Cor. Broadway and Bank St., 

[45-58] BALTIMORE, MD. 



RAMOS' CUBAN CIGAR FACTORY, 

—MANUFACTURERS OF— 

316 W. Baltimore St., BALTIMORE, MD. 

[41-42] 
Any Size or Brand Made to Order. 



hUTZLER BROS'. NEW EMPORIUM, 

212, 214, 216, 218 North Howard St., Baltimore, Md., 

[89-43] 

Importers Of Silks, Laces, Dress Goods, 

FINE FRENCH NOVELTIES, ETC. 



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INDEX 



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MAP AND BUSINESS GUIDE 



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LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES AND PLACES OF 
GENERAL INTEREST. 



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PUBLISHED BY 

JOSEPH RIPPEY & CO, 

12 AND 14 Warren Street, 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 



BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



PAGE 



ndex to Ooptents. 



Baltimore City Government 9 

Cemeteries 50 

Charitable Institutions 43 

Churches 46 

City Council 9 

City Passenger Railways 25 

Dispensaries 44 

Docks and Wharves 35 

Financial and Commercial 21 

Fire Department 13 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 13 

Hospitals and Infirmaries 44 



Markets 

Notaries Public 



13 
17 



Postoffice 23 

Prominent Buildings • 39 

Public Schools 19 

Railroads 23 

Societies 41 

Stage Routes 39 

State Offices, &c 17 

Steamboat and Steamship Lines 29 

Table of Distances 6 

Telegraph and Telephone Comp's. . . 33 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Baltimore City Academy 12 

Bennett, Benjamin F., builder 26 

Bockelman, William jr., cabinet maker 14 

Brehm, George, brewer 16 

Brown, A. S., carpenter and builder 28 

Christian Brothers Commercial Academy 22 

Classen, H. W. & Co., brick manufacturers 34 

Coale, Joseph G., lumber 22 

Cochrane-Ohler Ice Company 20 

Conway Brothers 

Conn, W. T. & Co., coal and wood 30 

Davis, Thomas, restaurant 10 

Donnelly, D. & Son, brick manufacturers 22 

Eben, Harry G., music 18 

Eutaw House 36 

Ferguson, William & Bro., carpenters and builders 20 

Ford, Mrs. Lucy M. & Sister, milliners 18 

Eraser, William, florist 12 

Globe Steam Laundry 8 

Coodman, R., clothing 30 

H err, M., foot heaters 28 

Hershman, George C, builder 12 

Holyland, J., photographer 40 

Hotel Rennert 32 

Hupka, Joseph, tai >r 10 

Hutzler Brothers, r -y goods Opposite Title 

Inglart, Ph., livery able 26 

Kiefernagcl, Josepi stained glass 26 

Krieger's Hall 8 

Langley, John W., brass founder 22 

I^wler, Mrs. A. J., milliner • 84 

Lawlcr, A. J., und'-'.vear manufacturer 34 

Leimkuhler, NL H., boots and shoes 32 

Lister, Thomas S., carpenter and builder 18 

Marks, T. H., refrigerator manufacturer 40 

Mason, William A., coal and wood 22 

Merchants' Parcel Delivery Company 5 

Miller, Conrad, contractor 14 

Murray, M., wines and liquors 28 

National Hall 30 

N. K. Medicine Company 30 

Oriental Brewing Company 34 

Pfistcr, Joseph H., orick manufacturer 16 

Ramo's Cuban Cigf r Factory Opposite Title 



BALTIMORE, MD. 

38 

Ranstead C. F., Company, wharfage 38 

Roloson, F., refrigerator manufacturer ■.::::::::: 38 

Simnacher, Adam, livery stable 18 

Suehle, C. & Son, tailors. ;;;• 8 

The Peoples Steam Laundry .• • ^ 

Thomas, Joseph & Son. builders' materials • • • 14 

Volz John & Co., painters Opposite Title 

Wegefarth & Co., druggists 14 

Wiedersum, George, restaurant 10 

Willineer & Hebrank, coal a-nd wood ••• •:••••••• 8 

Wilson Frank & Horner, ladies hat manufacturers •■••••• --q^^^^,,^ Title 

Wolf Brothers, druggists • • 8 

Yardumian.F.lmasian& Co.. carpets, &c ••• 10 

Zeiler, John S., livery stable 12 

Ziefle, John, grocer 2b 

Ziemer, William N., painter . 

MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY COMPANY. 

Parcels by Regular Deliveries, 4 Times Daily. 

10 Cents Each, Trunks 35 Cents Each. 

Special Services, 25 Cents to $1, 

according to Time Required. 

7, 9 and 11 Hopkins Place, Sharp and Baltimore Streets, 

,„ , . . BALTIMORE, MD. 

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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



Air-Line from "Washington to various parts of thie "World. 



MILES. 

Alexandria, Eg>'pt 5,275 

Amsterdam, Holland 3,555 

Athens, Greece 5,005 

Auckland, N. Z 8,290 

Algiers, Algeria 3*425 

Berlin, Prussia 3,847 

Berne, Switzerland 3,730 

Brussels, Belgium 3,515 

Batavia, Java 11,118 

Bombay, Hindostan 8,548 

Buenos Ayres, A. C 5,013 

Bremen, Prussia 3,500 

Constantinople, Turkey 4,880 

Copenhagen, Denmark 3,895 

Calcutta, Hindostan 9,348 

Canton, China 9,000 

Cairo, Egypt 5,848 

Cape Town, Cape Colony 6,684 

Cape of Good Hope 7,380 

Carracas, Venezuela 1,800 

Charlotte Town, P. E. 1 820 

Dublin, Ireland 3,07'6 

Delhi, Hindostan 8^368 

Edinburgh, Scotland 3,275 

Fredericton, N. B 670 

Gibraltar, Spain 3,150 

Glasgow, Scotland 3,215 

Halifax, N. S 780 

Hamburg, Germany 3,570 

Havana, Cuba 1,139 

Honolulu, S. 1 4,513 

Jerusalem, Palestine 5^495 

Jamestown, St. Helena 7,150 

Lima, Peru 3,515 

Lisbon, Portugal 3,190 

Liverpool, England 3.228 

London 3,315 

City of Mexico, Mexico 1,867 

Montevideo, Uraguay 5,003 

Montreal, Canada 471 

Madrid, Spain ; ' 3,485 

Moscow, Russia 4,466 



MILES. 

Manilla, Philipine Islands 9,360 

Mecca, Arabia 6,598 

Muscat, Arabia 7,600 

Monrovia, Liberia 3,645 

Morocco, Morocco 3,305 

Mourzouk, Fezzan 5,525 

Mozambique, Mozambique 7,348 

Ottawa, Canada 462 

Panama, New Granada 1,825 

Parana, A. C 4,733 

Port au Prince, Hayti 1,425 

Paris, France 3,485 

Pekin, China , 8,783 

Quebec, Canada 601 

Quito, Equador 2,535 

Rio Janiero, Brazil 4,280 

Rome, Italy 4^365 

St. Petersburg, Russia 4,296 

Stockholm, Sweden 4,055 

Shanghai, China 8,600 

Smgapore, Maylay 11,300 

St. John's, N. F 1,340 

San Domingo, S. D 4,300 

San Juan, Nicaragua 1,740 

San Salvador, C. A 1,650 

Santiago, Chili 4,970 

Spanish Town, Jamaica 1,446 

Sydney, C. B. 1 975 

Sydney, Australia 8,963 

St. Paul de Loanda 5,578 

Timbuctoo, Soudan 3,395 

Tripoli, Tripoli 4,425 

Tunis, Tunis 4,240 

Toronta, Canada ^43 

Venice, Italy 3,83r 

Vienna, Austria 4,115 

Valparaiso, Chili 4,934 

Vera Cruz, Mexico 1,680 

Warsaw, Poland 4,010 

Yeddo, Japan 7,630 

Zanzibar, Zanzibar 7,078 



By "Water from New York City. 



MILES. 

Alexandria, Egypt 5,075 

Aspinwall 2338 

Amsterdam, Holland . . 3,'510 

Azores 2,240 

Balize, Balize 1 j(\g 

Batavia, Java '.'.'.'.'.'.'.' is[m 

Belfast, Ireland 2,895 

Bermudas, West Indies 660 

Bombay, India 11,574 

Bordeaux, France 3*310 

Botany Bay, Australia ....... 13,'294 



MILBS. 

Bremen 3,575 

Bristol 3,010 

Brussels, Belgium 3,420 

Buenos Ayres, South America 6,120 

Callao 3,500 

Cape of Good Hope, Africa 6,838 

Cape Horn, South America 7,000 

Chagres, New Grenada 2,328 

Cherbourg 3,125 

Columbia River 15,966 

Constantinople, Turkey 5,14o 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



By Water from New York City —Continued 



MILES. 

Copenhagen, Denmark 3,640 

Calcutta, India 12,500 

Janton, China 14|090 

Galway 3,000 

Gibraltar, Spain 3.300 

Glasgow, Scotland 2,926 

Guayaquil, Equador 2,800 

Halifax, Nova Scotia 555 

Havre, France 3,325 

Hamburg, Germany 3,775 

Havana, Cuba 1,280 

Hong Kong 6,488 

Kingston, Jamaica 1,635 

Lima, Peru 11,310 

Lisbon, Portugal 3,175 

London, England 3,375 

Liverpool 3,048 

Madras, British India 11,850 

Malta 4,325 

Manilla, Philipine Islands 10,7.50 

Melbourne, Australia 11 ,165 

Monrovia, Liberia 3,850 

Mozambique 6^900 

Nagasaki g'sOO 



MILES. 

Naples, Italy 4.330 

Panama, New Granada " 2,066 

Pekin, China ' 15,325 

Pernambuco, Brazil [\ 4*780 

Quebec, Canada 1 '400 

Rio Janeiro, Brazil 5,920 

St. John's, New Foundland 800 

St. Petersburg, Russia 4 439 

San Diego 4500 

Sandwich Islands 7157 

San Francisco, Cal 18850 

San Juan, Nicaraugua 2270 

Shanghai, China 14,'500 

Smyrna, Asia Minor ,,.[ 5^000 

Southampton 3156 

Stockholm, Sweden 4050 

Tahiti, S.I ;::;; 71865 

1 rieste, Austria 5,130 

Valparaiso, Chili ". 4,'800 

Vera Cruz, Mexico * 2^200 

Victoria, Australia \[[ 12,825 

Vienna, Austria ' . ' 4'l00 

Yokohama, Japan 7*520 



From London, England. 



MILES. 

Amsterdam, Holland , 290 

Baltimore, Md 3 700 

Barbadoes, W. 1 3,780 

Batavia, Java 11 812 

Bermudas, W. I 'l90 

Bordeaux, France 758 

Boston, Mass .,,', 3,125 

Botany Bay, Australia 8^040 

Bombay, India 11,320 

Buenos Ayres. S. A 6^685 

Calcutta, India 12,160 

Canton, China 13650 

Cape Horn, S. A '.'..[' 7^050 

Cape of Good Hope, Africa 6,580 

Chagres, New Granada 4,650 

Charleston, South Carolina 4,'315 

Columbia River 16130 

Constantinople, Turkey 3^260 

Copenhagen, Denmark '7IO 

Dublin, Ireland 59O 

Gibraltar, Spain 1 aso 

Halifax, N. S [\\\ 2 750 

Hamburg, Germany ' '430 

Havana, Cuba 4 610 

Havre, France '375 

Kingston, Jamaica 4 56O 

Lima, Peru 10',730 



MILES. 

Lisbon, Portugal 1 ioq 

Liverpool, England 650 

Madras, British India! H .580 

Malta 4*212 

Manilla, Philipine Islands. ...... . 12*425 

Monrovia, Africa 3*475 

Naples, I taly 2*420 

New Orleans, La " * s'ns 

New York City ' / 3*375 

Panama, New Granada 4*700 

Pekin, China 15*100 

Pernambuco, Brazil " 4*450 

Philadelphia, Pa .■:.;.■ 3;540 

Quebec, Canada 3,010 

Rio Janiero, Brazil 5^400 

Sandwich Islands 15100 

San Francisco, Cal ' " 8',200 

St. Petersburg. Russia 1^375 

Singapore, China 12,475 

Smyrna, Asia Minor ' . 3,120 

Stockholm, Sweden l!l20 

Tahiti, S. I " 11*800 

Trieste, Austria 3^220 

Valparaiso, Chili 9,'475 

Vera Cruz, Mexico .. 5140 

Victoria, Australia 12*575 

Washington, D. C ...!.. 3*775 



BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



537 and 529 W. Baltimore Street [41-40] 
BALTIMORE, MD. 




Collars and Cuffs Laundried Equal to New at 2C. Each. 



KRIEGER'S HALL, 

Central Ave. and Biddle Street. 

FOR RENT 

For Balls. Parties, Sociables, Politi- 
cal, Religious and other meetings. 
For terms apply to 

TONY KRIEGER, 

Cor. Central Ave. and Biddle Street, 

[29-54] Baltimore, Md. 



The People's Steam Laundry, 

C. A. WYSONG, Proprietor, 

310 N. Howard Street, near Saratoga, [37-42J 

BALTIMORE. MD. 

{[[^"Bundles Called for and Delivered. Underwear Repaired Free 
of Charge. 

Turkish and Persian Rugs, 

CARPETS, EMBROIDERIES, ETC. 

(Imported direct by YARDUMIAN, ELMASIAN cSc CO.) 

2H North Howard Street, near Lesington, [39-42] 



Next door to Messrs. Hutzler & Co., 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



Daltimore Oity trovernment. 



^>9« 



Mayor, 



Ferdinand C. Latrobe. 



Secretary to the Mayor — W. H. Love. 
Clerk to the Mayor — Andrew J. King. 
Register — John A. Robb. 
Deputy Register aud Cashier^] . Seweli 

Thomas. 

Chief Clerk to Registet Charles M. 

. Gordon. 

Assistant Clerks to Register — H. Duvall 

jr., Timothy D. O'Connell and Robert 

B. Carter. 
Comptroller — James R. Horner. 
Chief Clerk to Comptroller Joseph 

Vansant. 
City Counsellor — Robert Gihnor. 



Assistant Clerks to Comptroller — John 

H. Duvall and Joseph A. Bonn. 
License Detect i7>e to Comptroller — Jas. 

T. Dorsey. 
City Solicitor — Bernard Carter. 
Examiner of Titles — James VV. McEl- 

roy. 
City Messenger — George H. Dalrymple. 
Superintendent of City Hall — William 

P. Ryan. 
Day Watchmen at City Hall — James 

Merritt, John Cosgrove, Denis Bergin. 
Xl^ht Watchmen — John Schlereth, J. 

Rooney. 



CITY COUNCIL. 



First Branch. 

President — John F. Weyler. 
Chief Clerk — John Kelly. 
Assistant Clerk — M. N. Packard. 
Committee Clerk — M. F. Taylor. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — Geo. M. D. Wood. 
Doorkeepers — Jesse F. Hall, J. 1 . Mur- 

phy." 
Page — John J. Callaghan. 

First Ward— Charles F. Riehl. 
Second Ward — Andrew Brown. 
Third Ward— Dr. William F. Edwards. 
Fourth Ward — Timothy Maloney. 
Fifth Ward — Thomas B. Bateman. 
Sixth Ward— Seth A. Marchant. 
Seventh Ward — Frank H. Kampe. 
Eighth Ward — Terrence McMahon. 
Ninth Ward — John D. Cook. 
Tenth Ward— Josiah G. Keller. 
Eleventh Ward — William W. Mclntyre. 
Twelfth Ward — Jasper M. Berry. 
Thirteenth Ward — Thornton Rollins. 
Foruteenth Ward— H. N. Bankard. 
Fifteenth Ward — E. H. Fowler. 
Sixteenth Ward — Emil Budnitz. 
Seventeenth Ward — John F. Weyler. 
Eighteenth Ward — Robert Ogle. 
Nineteenth Ward — John W. Carter. 
Twentieth Ward — Cecil J. Karsner. 



Second Branch. 

President — D. M. Reese. 
Chief Clerk — John M. Travers. 
Assistant Clerk — George W. Green. 
Committee Clerk — James Hall. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — M. Farrell. 
Doorkeeper — Joseph H. Krager. 
Page — Henry C. Butts. 

First and Second Wards — Louis Beck. 

Third and Fourth Wards — D. ^L Reese. 

Fifth and Sixth Wards— J. B. Sutherland. 

Seventh and Eighth Wards— B. F. Suth- 
erland. 

Ninth and Tenth Wards— William E. 
Thornton. 

Eleventh and 13th Wards— Henry W. 
Rogers. 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth Wards — C. J. 
Wiener. 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth Wards — Charles 
W. Brown. 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth Wards — 
Francis J. Hayden. 

Nineteenth and Twentieth Wards — H. 
Webster Crowl. 



10 



BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



JOS. HXJFIC-A., 



1616 Bank Street, Cor. Bank and Bethell, 
[45-o8J BALTIMORE, MD. 

Stable, 230 and 232 S. Wolf^ 
St , bet. Pratt and Gough, 

Baltimore, Md. 

Single and Double Teams, 
Landaus and Square Coaches 
Always Ready. 

TELEPHONE CALL 150. 

Horses taken at Livery by the day, week or month. First-class Coaches 
[43-60] and Hearses for Funerals. 

T H o :m: ^ s ID J^-^ I s , 




CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS 

S'Z ^WBST BIDDHjE] STK.H1BT, 
[31-44] BALTIMORE, MD. 



L. WILLINGER, 1.304 E. Chase St. 



J. HEBRANK, lOl.^i Aisquith St. 



NORTHEAST BALTIMORE COAL & WOOD YARD. 
WILLINGER & HEBRAHK, ^ /O 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all 

kinds of 1*^5' 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Office and Yard. N.W. Cor. Bid- _ 

die St. and Union R.R., 
[31-60] Baltimore, Md 




TELEPHONE NO. 151U-2. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



11 



Appeal Tax Court. 

Judges, E. J. Chaisty, E. T. Joyce 
and \Vm. H. B. Fusselbaugh. Clerk, 
H. P. Mowinckel. Assistant Clerk, M, 
H. Doyle. Assessors, Thos. K. McCor- 
mick. Dr. George W. Massamore and 
Elias Rosenbaum. Clerk to Assessors, 
F. X. Jenkins. City Hall. 

Baltimore City Jail. 

Madison Street East of the Falls. 

Board of Visitors — John Richardson, 
president; Charles D. Gaither, secretary. 
Ferdinand C. Latrobe (ex-officio), A. C. 
N. Matthews, A. P. Burt, A. Berkemeier, 
H. G. Dudley, John Waters, warden. 

City Lribrary. 

Librarian, Samuel D. Smith. Assist- 
ant, John G. Scott. City Hall. 

City Commissioner. 

A. E. Smyrk. Assistants, Christopher 
Billopp, Charles P. Kahler and Newton 
M. Gray. Clerk, John E. Toole. City 
Hall. 

City Surveyor. 

John E. Sudler, 224 St. Paul street. 

Commissioners for Opening 
Streets. 

Samuel F. Sharretts, John McWil- 
liams, Daniel McCann. Clerk, R. F. 
Greene. 

City Inspectors. 

Buildings, J. Theo. Oster. Assistant, 
Wm. Q. Caldwell. Clerk, David Gush- 
ing. 

Charcoal, George W. Busch. 

Weights and Measures: Southeastern 
District, F. Heer. Northeastern District, 
William Henry. Northwestern District, 
Chris'n Leutbecher. Southwes'tern Dis- 
trict, Charles E. Stewart. 

Long and Dry Measures, Wm. Bond. 

Coal Oil and Illuminating Gas, Prof. 
W. E. A. Aiken. 

Gas Meters and General Snperintendent 
of Lamps, F. W. King. 

Superintendents of Lamplighters, Benj. 
Crisp, Andrew Ryan, J. E, Stinchcomb, 
Richard Hardin. 

Coroners. 

Southern District, F. J. Flannery, 1701 
Druid Hill avenue. Western District, 
Dr. L. G. Sparrow, 1011 North Mount 
street. Central District, Dr. Alexander 
Hill, 223 North Calvert street. Eastern 
District, Dr. E. Hall Rutledge,403 North 
Broadway. 



Finance Commissioners. 

Chairman, Mayor Ferdinand C. La- 
trobe; Enoch Pratt and Douglas H. 
Thomas. City Hall. 

Harbor Board. 

President, Mayor F. C. Latrobe; Secre- 
tary, James S. Woodside; John W. Mc- 
Coy, William H. Skinner, Edward Roel- 
key, Alexander Jones, George W. Moore. 
Engineer, N. H. Hutton. Cierk, James 
H. Irving, jr. 

Harbor Masters. 

First District, Joseph E. Cromwell. 
Second District, William Knorr. Third 
District, B. Maitland. Fourth District, 
James J. Flannery. Fifth District, Geo. 

A. Freburger. Sixth District, Charles 
Durn. City Hall. 

Health Department. 

Commissioner of Health, James A. 
Steuart, M. D. Assistant Commissioner 
of Health, James F. McShane, M. D. 
Physician to Quarantine Hospital of the 
Port of Baltimore, Sidney < '. Heiskell, 
M. D. Secretary, A. Robert Carter. 
Assistant Secretary, George C. Vansaut. 
Permit Clerk, V. B. Hines. Registrar's 
Clerk, S. D. Correll. Recorder of Births, 
C. F. Ringgold. Assistant Registrar and 
Permit Clerk, Montgomery Lawrence. 
Nuisance Clerk, Ross T. Pennington. 
Superintendent of Plumbing, John W. 
Lee. Superintendent of Night Soil, Dis- 
trict No. 1, James Quinn, Alex. Robin- 
son, assistant; District No. 2, Geo. Moran. 
Assistant Detective, M. A. Maloney. 
Sanitary Inspectors, Jos. V. Fitzpatrick, 
John M. DeGoey, John E. Durding, 
Henry M. McKewen, Henry G. Seward. 
Walter C. Roberts. City Hall. 

Park Commissioners. 

Chairman, Mayor Ferdinand C. La- 
trobe; John H. B. Latrobe, Andrew 
Reid, George E. Wagner, George S. 
Brown. Clerk, D. Rayhice. City Hal). 

Police Organization. 

Commissioners: E. M. Schryver, presi- 
dent; John Gill, treasurer; John Q. A 
Robson. Sec'y, Geo. Savage. Counsel, 
James A. L. McClure. Marshall, Jacob 
Frey. Deputy Marshall, John Lannan. 
Clerk, George Wentz. Assistant Clerk, 
John V. Posey. Headquarters at Citv 
Hall. 

Sheriff's Office. 

Sheriff, Geo. May. Counsel to Sheriff, 

B. Carter. Basement of Court House. 



12 BUSINESS GUIDE OK 

. . . l_ 

WILLIAM: F'R.ASER, 

LANDSCAPE GARDENER & FLORIST 

1744 NORTH GAY STREET, 

[25-64] BALTIMORE, MD. 

Baltimore City Academy, 

REV. JOHN H. NUTTER, Principal, 

[39-45] BALTIMORE, MD. 

JOHN ZIEFLE, 

Dealer in 

Groceries, Provisions and Liquors. 

BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. 

256 South Ann Street, Northwest Corner Gough, 
[43-60] BALTIMORE, MD. 

OEOI^GK O. HEI^HHiVIAIV, 

AND DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. 

Residence — 317 S. Ann St., bet. Gough and Bank. 

Shop — 310 S. Durham St., in rear of Residence. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

d^f^Jobbing Promptly .\ttended to. [43-60] 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



13 



Tax Department. 

City Collector, Lewis N. Hopkins. 
Deputy, J. T. M. Barnes. Cashier, R. 
G. Duckett. Assistant Cashier, Clap- 
ham Murray. City Hail. 

Water Department. 

Water Board, Mayor Ferdinand C. La- 
trobe, president: John F. Hunter, John 
E. Hurst, Samuel ^^'. Regester, Clinton 
P. Paine, Wm. A. Marburg, Joseph S. 
Heuisler; F. H. Hambleton, secretary. 
Registrar, Edward Shriver. Engineer- 
in-Chief, Robert K. Martin. Assistant 
Engineer, William L. Kenly. City Hall. 

Superintendents of Streets. 

Commissioner, Bartholomew E. Smith. 
Clerk, Frank Dandelet. First District, 
Bernard V. Kelly. Second District, Geo. 
E. McCauley. Third District, Michael 
Fadgen. Fourth District, Jas. F. Busey. 
Fifth District, H. Lancaster. Sixth Dis- 
trict, John Meagher. 



MAKKKTS. 



Belair Market — Forrest, from Hillen to 
Orleans. 

Canton Market — O'Donnell, from Po- 
tomac to Patuxent. 

Centre Market — From Baltimore to 
Pratt, west of Jones' Falls. 

Cross-Street Market — From Light to 
Charles between Cross and West. 

Fell's Point Market — Broadway, from 
Canton avenue to Thames. 

Hanover Market— Hanover and Cam- 
den. 

Hollins Market — Hollins south of Bal- 
timore. 

Lafayette Market — Cook, east from 
Pennsylvania avenue to Fremont. 

Lexington Market — Lexington, from 
Eutaw to Pearl. 

Northeastern Market — Chester, from 
Monument to McElderry. 

Richmond Market — Howard, from Ar- 
mory Place to Biddle. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Cotnniissioners — J. Alex. Preston, John 
F. Hunter, Samuel W. Regester. 

Secretary and Clerk — David H. Luc- 
chesi. 



Chief E>igineer — John ^L Hennick. 
Assistant Engineer — Geo. W. Ellender. 
Assistant Engineer — Thomas F. Mur- 
phy. 



Companies. 



Engine No. 1 — Paca near Fayette. 
Engine No. 2 — Barre near Sharp. 
Engine No. 3 — Lombard near High. 
Engine No. 4 — Lexington near North. 
Engine No. 5 — Ann near Gough. 
Engine No. 6 — Gay and Ensor. 
Engine No. 7 — Druid Hill avenue and 

Eutaw. 
Engine No. 8 — Mulberry near Schroeder. 
Engine No. 9 — Madison and McDonogh. 
Engine No. 10 — Columbia avenue near 

Poppleton. 
Engine No. 11 — Eastern and Patterson 

Park avenues. 
Engine No. 12 — Fort ave. and Johnson. 



Engine No. 13 — Fremont and Myrtle ave 

Engine No. 14 — Hollins near Monroe. 

Hook and Ladder No. 1 — Harrison near 
Fayette. 

Hook and Ladder No 2 — Paca near Fay- 
ette. 

Hook and Ladder No. 3 — Ann near 
Gough. 

Hook and Ladder No. 4 — Biddle near 
Druid Hill avenue. 

Hook and Ladder No. 5 — Aisquith near 
Oliver. 

Hook and Ladder No. 6 — Ostend corner 
Warner. 

Salvage Corps — 27 North Liberty. 



City Police and Fire Alarm Telegraph. 

Superintendent — Charles J. McAleese. Office, City Hall. 



3 — No. 4 Engine House, Lexington. 
4 — Calvert and Baltimore. 
.5 — German and Light, 
d— Calvert and Lombard. 
7 — No. 12 Engine House, Fort avenue 
and Johnson. 



8 — Nicholson and Hull. 
12 — Baltimore and Gay. 
13— Pratt Street Bridge. 
14 — No. 3 Engine House, Lombard near 

Exeter, 
l.*! — Eastern Police Station. 



14 BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



JOHlSr T^OLZ & CO., 

Sign Painters and Artistic Decorators, 

Studio Building, 1743 and 1745 Canton Ave., 
[45-581 BALTIMORE. MD. 

CONTRACTOR. 

GRADING AND CELLAR DIGGING. 

Best Quality Building* Sand Furnished. 

[41-62] BALTIMORE, MD. 

GEO. WIEOERSUM, 

RESTAURANT AND SALOON, 

WINES, LIQUORS AND LAGER BEER. 

No. 612 Second Street, Baltimore, Md. 

iioice Brands of Cigars constantly on hand. [43-50J 



WILLIAM BOCKELMAN, JR., 

Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer and Undertaker, 

No. 19 Maryland Avenue, near Preston, 

NEW NO. 1232. BALTIMORE, MD. 

Parlor Furniture and Lounges Made to Order. All kinds of Furniture 
Rejiaired, \'arnished and Upholstered. Special attention given to the 
Renovation of Antique Furniture. Loose Covers Cut and Made. 

[29-44] 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



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16 — No. 5 Engine House, Ann near 
Gcugh. 

1? — No. 11 Engine House, Patterson 
Park and Eastern avenues. 

18 — Chesapeake and Boston. 
19 — Bayview Asylum. 

til — Gay and Saratoga. 

23 — Mullikin and Eden. 

24 — No. 6 Engine House, Gay and En- 
sor. 

2o — Constitution and Eager. 

26 — Gay and Madison. 

27 — No. 9 Engine House, Madison and 
McDonogh. 

28 — Schuetzen Park, Belair avenue. 

31 — Pleasant and Calvert. 

32 — No. 7 Engine House, Eutaw and 
Druid Hill avenue. 

34 — Eager and Morton alley. 

^35 — Biddle and Garden. 

36 — No. 13 Engine House, Fremont and 
Myrtle avenue. 

37 — Lafayette and Arlington avenues. 

'38 — Fremont and Pennsylvania avenue. 

39 — Pennsylvania and North avenues. 

41 — Fayette and St. Paul. 

42 — No. 2 Truck House, Paca. 

43 — Lombard and Penn. 

45 — No. 8 Engine House, Mulberry near 
Schroeder. 

46 — Baltimore and Frederick road. 

47 — Fayette and Fulton. 

48 — Bentalou and Frederick road. 

51 — Pratt and Light. 

o2 — No. 2 Engine House, Barre. 

53 — No. 10 Engine House, Columbia ave. 

54 — Southern Police Station, Sharp. 

56 — Leadenhall and Hamburg. 

61 — Light and Lee. 

62 — Light and Cross. 

63 — Light and Gittings. 

64— Light and Heath. 

65 — Hanover and Wells. 

67 — Hanover and Jephson. 

71 — Fort avenue and Burrough. 

72 — Covington and Donaldson. 

73 — Fort avenue and Dry Dock entrance 

81 — Fort avenue and Hull. 
121 — Exchange Place and Commerce. 
12^3 — Pratt and Gay. 
124 — South and Bowly's wharf. 
125 — Patterson and Cable. 
126 — Gambrill's Flour Mill foot Smith's 

wharf. 
128 — Lombard and Frederick. 
131 — Buchanan's wharf and sugar re- 
finery. 
132 — Dugan's wharf and Wood. 
134 — Concord and Eastern avenues. 
135 — Drawbridge, foot of Falls. 
136 — Foot of Union Dock. 
141 — President and Canton avenue. 
142 — l>ank and Exeter. 
143— Pratt and Central avenue. 
145 — Baltimore and Central avenue. 
146 — Stiles and Albemarle. 
147 — Alceanna and Central avenue. 
151 — Caroline and Lombard. 



1.52 — Broadway and Pratt. 

153 — Caroline and Canton avenue. 

154 — Caroline and Thames. 

156 — Broadway and Thames. 

157 — Bond and Lancaster. 

161 — Ann and Canton avenue. 

162 — Thames and Wolfe. 

163 — Baltimore and Wolfe. 

164 — Bank and Washington. 

171 — Chester and Canton avenue. 

172 — Lombard and Patterson Park avenue 

173 — Aliceanna and Burke. 

174 — Pratt and Castle. 

181 — Canton and Elliott. 

182 — Boston and Concord. 

183 — Hudson and Chesapeake. 

184 — Boston and Harris Creek. 

212 — No. 1 Truck House, Harrison. 

213— High and Low. 

214 — Exeter and Fayette. 

215 — Douglas and Aisquith. 

216 — Jefferson and Aisquith. 

281 — Jefferson and Bond. 

232 — Fayette and Bond. 

234 — Ann and Orleans. 

235 — Castle and Monument. 

236 — Fayette and Collington avenue. 

241— Front and Hillen. 

242 — Madison and Forrest. 

243 — Monument and Ensor. 

245 — Maryland Penitentiary. 

246 — Aisquith and Chew. 

247 — Aisquith and Gay. 

248 — P'oundry and Holliday. 

251 — Eager and Ensor. 

252 — Greenmount avenue and Preston. 

253 — Harford and Centra! avenues. 

254 — Greenmount and North avenues, 

258 — Chew and Ensor. 

261 — Chase and Eden. 

262 — Broadway and Gay. 

263 — Caroline and Preston. 

264 — .Monument and Caroline. 

271— Northeastern Police Station, Chew 
and Durham. 

272— Biddle and Wolfe. 

312 — Clay and Park avenue. 

313 — Charles and Franklin. 

314 — Howard and Franklin. 

315 — Monument and Plover alley. 

316 — Monument and North. 

317 — Sun Iron Building. 

318 — Charles and Barnet. 

319 — Madison near Charles. 

321 — Franklin and Greene. 

322 — St. Mary's Seminary, Paca. 

323 — Northwestern Police Station, Penn- 
sylvania avenue. 

324 — Preston and Druid Hill avenue. 

325 — Lanvale and McCulloh. 

326 — McMechen and Pennsylvania ave. 

327 — McMechen and Madison avenue. 

341— Hiddleand St. Paul. 

342 — HofEman and Cathedral. 

343 — Charles Street Bridge. 

34.5 — Chailesand North avenue. 

346 — Howard and Madison. 

351 — Eutaw Place and Dolphin. 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



JOSEFH H. FFISTBR,, 




— Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of — 



BRICKS 



H^i^ 



YARD: East Monument Street. 

[35-74] 

OFFICE: 502 South Washington Street, 

[45-62] ° 



— ] 
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H 

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BREWERY, 



BELAIR AVENUE, 

[19-74] 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



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352 — Mosher and Bolton. 
353 — Mount Royal and North avenues. 
361 — Pearl and Saratoga. 
362 — Myrtle avenue and Franklin. 
363 — George and Fremont. 
364 — No. 4 Truck House, Biddle. 
371 — Mosher and Gilmor. 
372 — Patterson avenue and Gilmor. 
381 — Presstman and Gilmor. 
;^2 — Madison and North avenues. 
412 — Ijaltimore and Hanover. 
413 — Salvage Corps, Liberty near Fay- 
ette. 
414 — German and Howard. 
415 — Baltimore and Eutaw. * 

416 — Greene and German. 
417 — Greene and Portland. 
418 — Howard and Lexington. 
419 — Eutaw and Saratoga. 
421 — Western Police Station. 
423 — Baltimore and Pine. 
424 — Fremont and Lexington. 
42.5 — Baltimore and Poppleton. 
426 — Baltimore and Carrollton avenue. 
431 — Pratt and Fremont. 
432 — Pratt and Poppleton. * 
434 — Pratt and Carey. 
435 — McHenry and Scott. 
451 — Carey and Edmondson avenue. 
452 — Lexington and Strieker. 
453 — Lanvale and Strieker. 
461 — Mount and McHenry. 
462 — Lombard and Monroe. 
471 — Fulton avenue and Franklin. 
472 — Fulton and Patterson avenues. 
512 — Charles and Lombard. 
513— Lombard and Sharp. 
514 — Pratt and Eutaw. 
516 — Ostend and Warner. 
517 — Bayard and Ridgely. 
519 — Ridgely and Ostend. 
521 — Camden and Charles. 
523 — Eutaw and Conway. 
524 — Charles and Barre. 
531 — Fremont and Columbia avenue. 
532 — Barre and Warner. 
534 — Ridgely and Hamburg. 
541 — Eutaw and Henrietta. 
542 — Eutaw and West. 
545 — Cross near Scott. 
561 — Leadenhall and Ostend. 
562 — Charles and Fort avenue. 
612 — Montgomery and William. * 
613— Hughes and Covington. 
621 — Cross and Covington. 
GZi — Charles and Henrietta. 
712 — Clement and Jackson. 



NOTARIK.S PUBLIC. 

P. H. Tuck. 207 North Calvert. 

T. Kell Bradford, Lexington and Court- 
land. 

Murray Hanson, southwest corner Fay- 
ette and St. Paut. 

William H. Masson, southwest cor. Gay 
and Lombard. 

Waiter S. Wilkinson, 5 Chamber of Com- 
merce. 



Baltimore County Fire Depart- 
ment. 



Engine No. 

avenue. 
Engine No. 
Engine No. 

avenue. 
Engine No. 
Engine No. 
Engine No. 

clair lane. 
Engine No. 
Engine No. 



1 — Brunswick near Frederick 

2 — Mary near Retreat. 

3 — Fifth near Charles Street 

4— Waverly. 

5 — Homestead. 

6 — Belair avenue near Sin- 

7 — Third near Eastern ave. 
8 — Second and Toone. 



Telegraphic Fire Alarm Sta- 
tions. 

3 — No. 3 Engine House. 

4 — No. 4 Engine House. 

5 — No. 5 Flngine House. 

6 — No. 6 Engine House. 

7 — No. 7 Engine House. 

8 — No. 8 Engine House. 

9 — No. 9 Engine House. 
12 — No. 1 Engine House. 
13 — Frederick road, Maiden's Choice lane 
14 — Garrison lane and Frederick avenue. 
15 — Garrison lane and Baltimore. 
16 — Garrison lane and Franklin road. 
21 — No. 2 Engine House. 
23 — Madison avenue extended. 
24 — North and Park avenues. 
31 — Charles and First. 
41 — York road and Huntington avenue. 
42 — Jenkins lane. 

51 — Harford road, near car stables. 
71 — Philadelphia road and Highland ave. 
72— Third, Canton. 
81 — Clinton and Fourth avenue. 
82 — Clinton and Eighth avenue. 



State Offices and Institutions. 

State Board of Education — Office Nor- 
mal School. 

State Board of Health — Office City 
Hall. 

State Normal School — Carrollton and 
Lafaj'ette avenues. 

Maryland Penitentiary — Forrest and 
Madison. 

Inspectors of Steam Boilers — Office 118 
East Lexington. 



Felix R. Sullivan, 5 Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Edward Raine, southwest corner Balti- 
more and Postoffice avenue. 

William H. Jones, 8 Law Building, St. 

Paul. 
Charles R. Gallagher, 321 Second. 
Jasper M. Berry, jr.. 225 St. Paul. 
S. S. Boggs, 219 East Fayette. 
William H. H. Raleigh, 10 Hopkins 

Place. 



18 



BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



THOJSIAS S. LISTER, 

PRACTICAL 

(Shop in the rear of tlie Howard Bank,) 
Howard and Fayette Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

epairs of all kinds promptly executed. [41-42] 



C. SUEHLB & SON, 



239 SOUTH BROADWAY, BALTIMORE, MD. 

[43-58J 
$5 PANTS A SPECIALTY— 100 STYLES. 



MRS. LUCY M. FORD. 



MISS EMMA LELAND- 



MRS. LUCY M. FORD & SISTER, 
No. 221 South Broadway, Baltimore, Md. 

([[^"Embroidery and Stamping done at ^ort notice. [48-58] 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR 

PARADES. BALLS, PARTIES, RECEPTIONS, 

CONCERTS, EXCURSIONS, ETC., 

AT REASONABLE TERMS, 
[31-58] 1107 North Gay Street, Baltimore, Md. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



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PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



School Coiiiiiiissi oners. 

President, John T. Morris; secretary, 
Henry M. Cowies; superintendent, H. 
A. Wise; assistant superintendent, John 
K. McCahan; superintendent of supplies, 
C. W. Keidel; clerk. Albert Marshall; 
librarian, Francis J. Ruth. 

1st Ward— E. Jones Williams, 2826 El- 
liott. 

2d Ward— Simon L. Felber, 518 South 
I) road way. 

3d Ward — John B. Wentz, 142 Jackson 
Place. 

4th Ward— Edward A. Burke, lf)2 N. 
Calvert. 

5th Ward — William H. B. Fusselbaugh 
of J, 422 North Gay. 

6th Ward— Simon P. Schott, 102 North 
Chester. 

7th Ward— J. Q. McAfee, 1104 East 
Biddle. 

8th Ward— J. T. Foley, 1110 McKim. 

9th Ward— Joshua Plaskitt, 100 Pleas- 
ant. 

10th Ward— John T. Morris, 215 North 
Charles. 

11th Ward— John P. Poe, 100 East 
Lexington. 

12th Ward— Thomas S. Baer, 1613 Mc- 
Culloh. 

13th Ward-John M. Jones, 121 South 
Poppleton. 

14th Ward— Dr. F. G. Connolly, 747 
West L-ombard. 

15th Ward— Thomas W. Skinner, 13 
West Barre. 

16th Ward— James Mitchell, 602 West 
Barre. 

17th Ward— J. E. Durding, 112 Git- 
tings. 

18th Ward— R. A. Poulton, 809 Ridgely 

19th Ward — S. F. Sharrets, Lafayette 
avenue corner Kirby lane. 

20th Ward— Calvin J. King, 1425 Ar- 
gyle avenue. 



Baltimore City College — Howard oppo- 
site Centre. 

Eastern Female High School — North- 
east corner Aisquish and Mullikin. 

Western Female High School— FayeUe 
near Paca. 

Manual Training School — Courtland 
near Saratoga. 

No. 1 Grammar — Fayette and (ireene. 

No. 2 Grammar — Broadway and Bank. 

No. 3 Grammar — High near Fayette. 



No. 4 Grammar — Sharp near Montgom- 
ery. 

No. 5 Grammar — Greenmount avenue 
and Eager. 

No. (jrammar — Division near Lan- 
vale. 

No. 7 Grammar — Eastern avenue and 
Burke. 

No. 8 Grammar — Hoilins near Fulton 
avenue. 

No. 9 Male Grammar and Primary — 406 
Courtland. 

No. 10 Grammar — William and Warren 
avenue. 

No. 11 Grammar — Bond and Jefferson. 

No. 12 Grammar — Ridgely near Fre- 
mont. 

No. 13 Grammar — Aisquith near Mul- 
likin. 

No. 15 Grammar — CarroUton avenue 
and Lexington. 

No. 16 Grammar — Hull and- Clement. 

No 17 Grammar — Washington near 
Jackson Square avenue. 

No. 18 Grammar — Mulberry near Fre- 
mont. 

No. 19 Grammar — Park avenue near 
Preston. 

No. 20 Grammar — Prest»a and Eden. 

No. 21 Grammar — Presstman and Gil- 
mor. 

No. 1 Primary — Fayette and Greene. 

No. 2 Primary — Gough and Stiles. 

No. 3 Primary — High near Fayette. 

No. 4 Primary — Hanover and Lee. 

No. 5 Primary — Broadway and Chew. 
I No. 6 Primary — Ann near Alcienne. 

No. 7 Primary — Mullikin near Aisquith 

No. 8 Primary — Caroline near Lom- 
bard. 

No. 10 Primary — Hollins near Schroe- 
der. 

No. 11 Primary — Gilmor and Mosher. 

No. 12 Primary — Barre and Warner. 

No. 13 Primary — Jefferson near Caro- 
line. 

No. 14 Primary — Linden avenue and 
Wilson 

No. 15 Primary— CarroUton avenue and 
Saratoga. 

No. 16 Primary — Hartford avenue and 
Chew. 

No. 17 Primary — Light and Poultney. 

No. 18 Primary — Argyle avenue near 
Lanvale. 

No. 19 Primary — Park avenue near 
Preston. 

No. 20 Primary — Preston and Eden. 

No. 21 Primary — Pennsylvania avenue 
corner Robert. 



20 BUSINESS GUIDE OK 



INCORPORATED 1884. 

THE COCHRAN-OLER ICE CO., 

— Wholesale and Retail Dealers in — 

KENNEBEC •:■ RIVER ■:• ICE. 

Kindling Wood, also Pine, Oak and Hickory In Stick. 

^9^5^/^^' ^ ^^- TELEPHONE 979. 

OLER & CO. 

OFFICE : Herald Building", Baltimore, Md. 

[41-44J 

WM. FERGUSON &. BRO., 

Carpenters and Builders, 

40 J and 42 J Clay St., 'bet. Park and Howard, 

[39-42] 
NEW NO. 209, 

Residence, Eutaw Place Extended. BALTIMORE, Ml). 



R,HlinElR.E13>TOBS 



Chas. L. Carson, Architect. Jos. H. Rieman, Prest. Com. and Farmers' Bank. 

J. A. & W. T. Wilson, " Henry James, " Citizens' National Hank. 

Tackson C. Gott, " .\Lex. Rieman, Vice-Prest. Western Maryl'd R.R. 

B. B. Owens, " Wm. F. Primrose, Prest. & Treas. L. P. Cem. Co. 

TELEPHONE No. 587. 



BALTIMORE. MD. 



21 



No. 22 Primary — Ramsay near Scott. 

No. 23 Primary — Gough and Wolfe. 

No. 24 Primary — Chesapeake and Hud- 
son. 

No. 2.5 Primary — Caroline near Bank. 

No. 26 Primary — Orleans near Bond. 

No. 27 Primary — Fayette and Chester. 

No. 28 Primary — Battery avenue and 
Clement. 

No. 29 Pnmary^Sharp near West. 

No. 30 Primary — HoUins near Fulton 
avenue. 

No. 31 Primary — Schroeder cor. Peirce. 

No. 1 English-German — Druid Hill 
avenue near Biddle. 

No. 2 English-German — Charles and 
Ostend. 

No. 3 English-German — Baltimore op- 
posite Lloyd. 



No. 4 English-German — Chase and 
McDonogh. 

No. 5 English-German — Fremont ave- 
nue and King. 

COLORED SCHOOLS. 

High and Grammar School — Old City 
Hall. 

No. 1 Primary— Old City Hall. 

No. 2 Primary — East near Douglas. 

No. 3 Primary — Cor. Montgomery and 
Howard. 

No. 4 Primary — Biddle near Pennsyl- 
vania avenue. 

No. o Primary — Eastern avenue near 
Broadway. 

No. G Primary — Barre near Eutaw. 

No. 7 Primary — Waesche near Fre- 
mont. 



FINANCIAL AND COM IVI ERCI AL. 



Baltimore Clearing House — National 
Union Bank of Maryland. 

The National Bank of Baltimore — North- 
east corner Baltimore and St. Paul. 
Original charter 1796 ; Re-chartered 
186.5. 

National Marine Bank — Northeast corner 
Gay and Second. Chartered 1810. 

National Union Bank of Maryland — 5 E, 
Fayette. Chartered 1805. 

Franklin Bank — 15 South, opposite Ger- 
man. Chartered 1810. 

Farmers' and Merchants' National Bank 
— Northwest cor. Lombard and South. 
Chartered 1810. 

Merchants' National Bank — Southwest 
corner Gay and Second. Chartered 
1834. 

Bank of Commerce — 24 South. Char- 
tered 1854. 

National Mechanics Bank — Southeast 
corner Calvert and Fayette. 

Commercial and Farmers' National Bank 
— Corner Howard and German. 

National Farmers' and Planters' Bank — 
Northwest corner South and German. 

People's Bank — Corner Hopkins Place 
and Lombard. 

Western National Bank — 14 N. Eutaw. 

Howard Bank — Corner Howard and Fay- 
ette. 

Manufacturers' National Bank — North- 
east corner Baltimore and Liberty. 

Citizens' National Bank — Cor. Hanover 
and Pratt. 

First National Bank of Baltimore-^ S. 
Gay. Original charter 1863. 

National Exchange Bank — 10 Hopkins 
Place. Chartered 1865. 



Second National Bank of Baltimore — 43 
S. Broadway, corner Eastern avenue. 

Drovers' and IVIechanics' National Bank — 
Northwest corner Fayette and Eutaw. 
Charf-red 1874. 

Third National Bank of Baltimore — S^i 
South. Chartered 1865. 

Traders' National Bank — Cor. German 
and Grant. Chartered 18?2. 

Old Town Bank — Southewest corner Gay 
and E.Keter. Originally chartered 1858. 

German Bank of Baltimore — Northeast 
corner Baltimore and Holliday. 

German-American Bank of Baltimore — 
524 South Broadway. Chartered 1871. 

Broadway Savings Bank — 206 S. Broad- 
way. 

German Savings Bank — 619 West Balti- 
more. 

The Savings Bank of Baltimore — North- 
west corner Gay and Second. Char- 
tered 1819. 

Eutaw Savings Bank — Southwest corner 
Eutaw and Fayette. Incorporated 1847. 

The Metropolitan Savings Bank of Bal- 
timore — Northeast corner Lexington 
and Calvert. 

Hopkins Place Savings Bank — Southwest 
corner Hopkins Place and Lombard. 

Central Savings Bank — Southeast corner 
Charles and Lexington. Chartered 
1854. 

Maryland Savings Bank of Baltimore 
City— i:i3 East Baltimore. 

Peabody Savings Institution — Southwest 
corner Aisqtiith and Monument. 

Mercantile Trust and Deposit Company 
of Baltimore — Northeast cor. German 
and Calvert. 



22 BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



JOSEFEL O. COi^LLE, 

— Dealer in — 

Weatherboarding, Sash, Doors, Blinds & all kinds of Millwork 
Harford Ave., near Hoffman St., [29-54] Baltimore, Mi 

TELEPHONE CALL. 1451 1-2. 
^umber delivered on board cars free. 



DANIEL DONNELLY. Established 1854. FRANCIS X. DONNELLY. 
DANIEL DONNELLY & SON, 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

OFFICE : East Oliver Street, near Gay. 

Down Town Office : 200 East Lexington Street [41-48] Yards : 
Oliver Street and CoUington Avenue ; Fifth Avenue and Twenty- 
fourth Street [27-62] Connected with Telephone Exchange. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

4l«ENTERPRISE BRASS WORKStl- 

Manufacturer of 

BRASS, BELL, ZINC AND LEAD CASTINGS, 

Babbitt IVIelal, Brazing- and Soft Solder, 
[49-56] 1530 Thames Street, Baltimore, Md. 

— Wholesale and Retail Dealer in — 

Office and Yard, 255 and 257 South Ann Street, near Gough, 

Adjoining Engine House. [43-60] BALTIMORE. MD. 

Jt^^Orders by Postal Card promptly delivered. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



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Provident Savings Bank of Baltimore — 
Central office, 407 East Baltimore ; 
southern branch southeast cor. Light 
and Montgomery; southwestern branch 
1007 West Baltimore; Lexington branch 
204 North Paca; northwestern branch 
1807 Pennsylvania avenue; northeast- 
ern branch 7-i8 North Gay; Southeast- 
ern branch southeast corner Broadway 
and Bank; Hampden branch north- 
west corner Roland avenue and Third. 

South Baltimore Permanent Mutual Loan 
and Savings Association — 807 Light. 

Arlington Savings Bank — Northwest cor. 
Fayette and Park avenue. 

Mercantile Savings Bank — Gilmor and 
Lanvale. 

Border State Savings Institute — South- 
east corner Baltimore and Pop^leton. 

The Safe Deposit and Trust Company of 
Baltimore — 13 South. 

Robert Emmet Savings Association — 12 
and 14 North Poppleton. 



EXCHANGES. 

Corn and Flour Exchange — Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Provision Exchange — 47 Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Baltimore Stock Exchange — German near 
South. 

Produce Exchange — Southeast cor. South 
and Exchange Place. 

Canned Goods Exchange — 113 Second, 
Room 11. 

Chemical and Fertilizer Exchange — SS S. 
Gay. 

Real Estate Exchange — 122 East Fay- 
ette. 

Lumber Exchange — Office corner Canton 
and East Falls avenues. 

Furniture Board of Trade — 110 East Lex- 
ington. 

Board of Trade — Exchange Building. 

Shoe and Leather Board of Trade — 
Northwest corner German and Hop- 
kins Place. 

Tobacco Board of Trade — 39 South Gay 



POSTOFFICE. 

Postmaster — Frank Brown. 
Assistant Postmaster — John J. Fenton. 
Treasurer — Frank C. Nicoderaus. 
Superintendent of Mails — Eugene Car- 

nngton. 
Superintendent City Division — Gustavus 

Warfield. 
Superintendent Money Order Division — 

W. T. Carson. 
Superintendent Register Division — M. P. 

Caughy. 
Superintendent Stamp Division — James 

M. Correll. 
Superintendent Carriers — Carroll S. Fre- 

burger. 



Postal .Stations. 

Station A — Northeast corner Charles and 

Eager. 
Station B — (Brown Station) Gilmore and 

Baltimore. 
Station C — Southwest corner Light and 

Weyler. 
Station D — Southeast corner Broadway 

and Bank. 
Station E — North avenue near Charles. 
Station F — Broadway corner Chase. 
Station G — Pennsylvania avenue corner 

Mosher. 
Station H — Hull corner Cuba. 
Station I — Elliott corner Curley. 
Station K — Gorsuch avenue, Homestead 



RAILROADS. 



Pliiladelpliia, T\'ilu)iiigton and 
Baltimore Railroad. 

Ticket office, northeast corner Balti- 
more and Calvert. Passenger depots, 
Union and President Street stations. 



Annapolis Short Line Railroad. 

Main office, 112 South Eutaw. Freight 
depot, West corner Ridgley. 



Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. 

Ticket office, Baltimore and Ohio Build- 
ing, Baltimore and Calvert. Passenger 
depot, Camden between Eutaw and How- 
ard. 



Northern Central Railway. 

Ticket office, northeast corner Balti- 
more and Calvert. Passenger depot, cor- 
ner Calvert and Franklin. 



24 BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' 

cepMERCiisii ;«c7JnEpY, 

CALVERT HALL, 79 SARATOGA ST., 

[39-44] 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



This Institution, situated on Saratoga near Charles 
Street, is under the direction of the Christian Brothers, 
and offers every facility for a thorough Christian and Prac- 
tical education. 

No student can expect to be promoted from one class 
to another without first undergoing a thorough and satis- 
factory examination on the branches taught in his class. 

Diplomas are awarded to those who pass a satisfactory 
examination in the required course. 

There are several classes in each grade. The studies 
of a higher class are a continuation of the next lower. 

The students are examined on entrance and classified 
according to capacity. 

tbr,:m[s. 

Superior Class per quarter $12 00 

First Academic Class " " 12 00 

Commercial Business Department .... " " 12 00 

Second Academic Class " " 10 00 

Intermediate Class " " 8 00 

Primary, First Class " " 6 00 

Primary, Second Class " " 5 00 

For further particulars apply at the Academy. 

BROTHEI^ PAPHYLJNUS, Director. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



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Pennsylvania Kailroad. 

Ticket office, northeast corner IJalti- 
more and Calvert. Depot, Calvert and 
Franklin. 



Western Maryland Railroad. 

Ticket offices, 217 East Baltimore, Hil- 
len. Union, Pennsylvania avenue and 
Fulton stations. Depot, corner Hillen 
and Exeter. 



Baltimore & Potomac Railroad. 

Ticket office, northeast corner Balti- 
more and Calvert. Passenger depot, cor- 
ner Calvert and Franklin. 



Maryland Central Railroad. 

Passenger depot and ticket office, Oak 
and North avenue. 



CITY PASSENGER RAILWAYS, 



Baltimore City Pas.senger 
Railway. 

Office, corner Calvert and Baltimore. 

MADISON AVENUE AND BROADWAY I.INE. 

From Druid Hill Park, via Madison 
avenue, Eutaw and Baltimore streets, 
Boradway. to Thames street. Return 
same route. Cars leave the station every 

four minutes. 

» 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENLE AND CANTON 
LINE. 

From Pennsylvania avenue and Cum- 
berland street, via Pennsylvania avenue, 
Greene, Baltimore and Albemarle streets. 
Eastern and Central avenues. Bank street, 
Patterson Park avenue, Esse.x, Lancas- 
ter, Chesapeake, Elliott and Toone sts., 
to Highland avenue. Return via High- 
land avenue, Toone, Clinton, Elliott, 
Chesapeake, Lancaster and Essex streets, 
Patterson Park avenue. Bank street. Cen- 
tral avenue, Eastern avenue. High, Bal- 
timore and Greene streets, Pennsylvania 
avenue, to Cumberland street. 

FRANKLIN SQUARE LINE. 

From Baltimore street near Calverton 
road, via Baltimore and Gay streets, Bel- 
air avenue, to North avenue. Return via 
Belair avenue, Gay, Chew, Ensor, Gay 
and Baltimore streets, to Calverton road. 

NORTH AND SOITH BALTIMORE LINE. 

From St. Paul street and Sixth street 
(Huntingdon a%enue), via St. Paul street. 
North avenue, Charles, Read, Calvert, 
Baltimore. Hanover, Montgomery and 
Light streets, to foot of Marshall avenue. 
Return via Marshall ave.. Light, Mont- 
gomery, Sharp, Baltimore, Calvert, Read 



and Charles street. North avenue, St. 
Paul street to Sixth street (Huntingdon 
avenue). 

BALTIMORE AND HALL SPRINGS LINE. 

Cars leave Darley Park every twelve 
minutes from 6 a. m. to 11.30 p. m., via 
Harford road, Central avenue, Madi- 
son, Aisquith, Fayette, Gay, Baltimore, 
Eutaw, to Camden station. Return via 
Eutaw, Baltimore, Aisquith. Madison, 
Central avenue, Harford road to Darley 
Park, connecting with cars for Homestead 
and Hall Springs. 



Citizens' Railway Company. 

Office, Northwest Terminus. 

OLD LINE. 

From Druid Hill Park, via Fulton and 
Pennsylvania avenues, Cumberland, Gil- 
mor and Mosher streets, CarroUton ave- 
nue, Fayette, Howard, Lombard, Exeter 
and Pratt streets, to Patterson Park. 
Return via Baltimore, Ann, Pratt, Exeter, 
Lombard, South, North, Fayette and 
Carey streets, Lafayette avenue, Strieker, 
Presstman, Gilmor and Cumberland sts., 
Pennsylvania ave.. Retreat street, Druid 
Hill avenue to Druid Hill Park. 

NEW LINE. 

From Druid Hill Park, via Fulton and 
Pennsylvania avenues, Cumberland, Gil- 
mor, Fayette, Howard and Lombard sts., 
to Exchange Place. Return via South, 
North, Fayette, Gilmor and Cumberland 
streets, Pennsylvania avenue. Retreat 
street, Druid Hill avenue to Druid Hill 
Park. 

Cars run every four or six minutes. 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 




PH. INGLART, 

New Nos. 208 and 210 Wolfe 
Street, below Pratt, 

[4:3-(i01 HALTIMORE, MD. 

First-class coaches for Wedding Par- 
*:«E9^^^^^> ties furnished at all hours. 

TELEPHONE CALL, 12«)T. 



It^°Hacks For Hire and Funerals Served at Short Notice."^]]) 

BENJAMIN F. BENNETT, 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, 

OFFICE : 123 South FIouard Street, 

[43-42J 
BALTIxMORE, MD. 

W^ILLIAM IV. Z1E>IJER, ' 

—PRACTICAL— 




HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER 

No, 5 North Sharp Street, 
[41-421 BALTIMORE, MD. 



IN ALL BRANCHES FOR 

HOUSE AND CHURCH WORK. 

JOSEPH KIEFERNAGEL, 

107 West Fayette Street, bet. Charles and Liberty, Baltimore, Md. 

[41- Ul 
C^^Samples and Designs in all Shapes and Styles shown in our Store. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



27 



North Baltimore Passenger 
Railway Company. 

LINDEN AVENUE LINES, 

Cars marked "Boundary" from North 
avenue and Charles Street avenue, via 
McMechen street. Linden avenue, How- 
ard, Lexington, Charles, German and 
South streets. Exchange Place, Holliday 
street to City Hall. Return via North, 
South, German, Charles and Saratoga 
streets. Park avenue, Franklin, Howard 
and Richmond streets. Linden avenue, 
McMechen street. North ave. to Charles 
Street avenue. Intervals four minutes. 

Cars marked "Waverly," from Waverly 
to North avenue and Charles Street ave- 
nue, and from thence over same route as 
cars marked "Boundary." Intervals fif- 
teen minutes. 

Cars marked " Linden Avenue Ex- 
tended," from North avenue and Linden 
avenue, via Linden avrnue, Howard, 
Centre, Charles, German and South sts. , 
Exchange Place, Holliday street to City 
Hall. Return via North, South, Ger- 
man, Charles, Centre, Howard and Rich- 
mond streets. Linden avenue to North 
avenue. Intervals ten minutes. 

MARYLAND AVENUE LINE. 

Cars marked "Camden and Union sta- 
tions," from Huntingdon avenue and \ 
York road, via Charles Street ave.. North j 
and Maryland avenues, Biddle and How- 
ard streets to Camden station. Return 
same route. Intervals six minutes. 

ED.MONDSON AVENUE LI.NE. 

Cars marked "Edmondson and Fulton 
Avenues," from Edmondson and Fulton 
avenues, via Fremont avenue, Franklin, 
Howard, Lexington, Charles, German and 
South streets. Exchange Place, Holliday 
street to City Hall. Return via North, 
South, German, Charles and Saratoga 
streets. Park avenue, Franklin street, 
Fremont and Edmondson avenues to Ful- 
ton avenue. 

Intervals four minutes. 

FREMONT AVENUE LINE. 

Cars marked " Fremont Sreet." From 
Linden avenue and McMechen street, via 
McMechen, Division, Mosher and Fre- 
mont avenue, to Edmondson avenue. Re- 
turn same route. Intervals 15 minutes. 

CENTRE AND EAST MONU.MENT STREET 
LINE. 

Cars marked " Calvert and Western 
Maryland Stations." From Fn-anklinand 
Howard streets, via Howard, Centre, 
High, Hillen and East Monument streets, 
to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Return 
same route. Intervals ten minutes. 



Free transfers given at Howard and 

Franklin streets. Linden avenue and 

McMechen streets and Fremont and Ed- 
mondston avenues. 



HiglilandtoAvn and Pt. Breeze 
Passenger Railway Company. 

Office, 712 Eastern Ave. Extended. 

From Highlandlown, via Eastern ave- 
nue. Bond, Gough, Stiles, Pratt, South, 
Exchange Place, Holliday, Fayette, 
North, South. Return same route. Cars 
runs at intervals of seven minutes. 

Transfer cars run from Gough and 
Eden streets along Eden to Lombard, 
Exeter to Western .Maryland depot. Re- 
turn same route. 



Union Passenger Railway Co. 

CoLuMBIA AVENUE AND JOHN STKEET 
LINE. 

From Washington avenue near Carey 
street, via Washington and Columbia 
avenues, Paca, Camden. Howard and 
Liberty streets. Park avenue, Townsend 
and John streets and North avenue to 
Park avenue. Return same route. 

Cars run every ten minutes. 

MARYLAND -WENUE LINE. 

From Huntingdon avenue near Oak 
street, via Maryland ave., Biddle street, 
Park avenue, Liberty, Howard and Con- 
way streets to Light Street wharf. Re- 
turn same route. 

Cars run every six minutes. 

LOMBARD STREET LINE. 

From Pratt street and Frederick avenue, 
via Pratt. Gilmor, Lombard, Howard, 
Pratt, South, Exchange Place, Holliday 
to City Hall. Return via Fayette, North, 
South, Pratt, Howard, Lombard, Gilmor, 
Pratt to Frederick avenue. Connecting 
with cars for Catonsville every hour and 
Loudon Park and Irvington every half 
hour. 

Cars run every six minutes. 

WOODBERRY LINE. 

From Huntingdon avenue near Oak 
street to Woodberry. Return same route. 



Baltimore, Pimlico and Pikes- 
ville Railway Company. 

Cars leave North and Pennsylvania 
avenues each hour. Leave Pikesville 
half-past each hour. 



28 



BUSINESS GUIDE OV 



ESTABLISHED 1820. 

JOSEPH THOMAS & SON, 

— Manufacturers of — 

BUIIvDKR-S' + ]VI:i^TB^R.IA.Iv, 

Wood Mantels, Office, Bank and Churcli Furniture. Hardwood 
Lumber Dealers. 

8i8 to 832 Leadenhall Street, Baltimore, Mel. 

[49-42] 
"WASHINGTON OFFICE : 624 Fourteenth Street. 

ALBERT S. BROWISr, 

CARPENTER and BUILDER, 

1 1 16 E. Monument Street, Baltimore, Md. 
[35-54] 
Fine Hard-Wood Office Work, Counters, Shelving and all descrip- 
tions of Counting Room Work in Hard and Soft Wood a Specialty. The 
Fixtures of Old Stores taken down, removed and put up again at the 
shortest notice and in the neatest manner. 

KE8IDKNCE: 1211 Chew Street. 

]VlA^RTIISr MURRAY, 



^ 



^ 



Cor. Chase Street and Maryland Avenue, 

[31-44] 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE. 

NO MORE COLD FEET ! 

CLINE'S PORTABLE FOOT HEATERS. 

Especially adapted for Street Cars, Carriages, 
Cabs, Buggies, Wagons and Sleighs. Also for 
Office and Individual use,' in and out doors. 

MATHEUS HERR, Sole Agt. for Md., 

Agent for Cline's Steam Washer. 1752 E. Lombard St., Baltimore, Md. 

[41-58] 




UALTIMORE, MD. 



29 



People's RailAvay. 

Office, Druid Hill avenue and Retreat 
street. 

MAIN LINE. 

From Druid Hill Park via Druid Hill 
avenue, Paca, Camden, Howard, Conway 
and Charles streets, Fort avenue to Fort 
-McHenry. Return same route. 

BKANCH LINE. 

From foot of Ridgely, via Fremont ave- 
nue, Paca, Camden, Howard, Conway, 
Charles, German, South, Exchange Place 
and HoUiday to City Hall. Return same 
route. 



Ualtiiiiore ami Powhatan Rail- 
way Company. 

Office, 2203 West Baltimore street. 

For Calverton, Highland Park, Weth- 
eredsville, Franklintown and Powhatan. 



York Road Railway. 

Office, G North Holliday street. 

Leave Baltimore for Towsontown every 
hour. 

Leave Towsontown for Baltimore every 
hour. 

Leave Baltimore for Govansiown every 
half hour. 

Leave Govanstown for Baltimore every 
half hour. 

Leave l^altimore for Waverly every 15 
minutes. Waverly to Baltimore every 1.5 
minutes. 



Central Railwaj' Company. 

Office, Preston Street corner Jones Falls. 

From Fulton station, via Fulton avenue, 
Lanvale street, Myrtle avenue. Dolphin 
street, Argyle avenue, Biddle, Eutaw, 
Preston, Caroline and Lancaster streets, 
to I'roadway market. Return same route. 

Cars run at intervals of si.x minutes. 



STEAMBOAT AND STEAMSHIP LINES. 



Allan Steamship Line. 

Steamers leave Baltimore every alter- 
nate Tuesday, taking freight to London, 
Autwerp, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and 
Havre. 

Office, 5 South Gay street. 



Atlantic Transportation Line. 

Baltimore to London direct. 
Agents' office 409 Second street. 



Baltimore Steam Packet Co. 

(Old Bay Line.) 

For Fortress Monroe and Norfolk and 
all points South. Steamers daily (except 
Sunday), from Union dock at 8.30 p. m.; 
Canton wharf, foot of Patuxent street, at 
9.;i0 p. m. Freight steamers leave daily 
at 5 p. m. Ticket office, 129 East Balti- 
more street. 



Raltimore, Chesapeake & "Rich- 
mond Steamboat Co. 

Steamers leave Pier 2 Light Street 
wharf, daily (Sunday excepted) at 4 p.m. 
for Richmond and all points South. 



Baltimore and Philadelphia 
Steamboat Company. 

Steamer leaves 3 Light Street wharf, 
daily (Sunday excepted), at 4 p. m., mak- 
ing regular trips between Baltimore and 
Philadelphia, via Chesapeake and Dela- 
ware canal. 



Continental Line. 

Steamers leave Baltimore for Bordeaux, 
London, Havre, Hamburg, iSic, as occa- 
sion offers. 

Office, 11 South Gay street. 



Centreville and Corsica River 
Steaniboat Company. 

Steamboat Captain Miller leaves Pier 
12 Light Street wharf every day at 3 p.m. 



Choptank Steamboat Company. 

Steamers leave Pier 18 Light Street 
wharf, daily (Sunday excepted), at 9 p.m. 
for Easton. Oxford, Trappe, Cambridge, 
East New Market and intermediate land- 
ings to Choptank wharf. 



30 BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



-#2sr. k:. TOisric#- 

SURE CURE for Malaria and Dyspepsia. Extract of Ten (10) Barks. 
Price, 50 cents. Guarantee Sure Cure. 

Grote's N. K. Toothache Drots (Nerve Killer)-^Cures Tooth- 
ache in One Minute. It Works like a Charm. Is Entirely Vegetable. 
Price 15 cents. 

N. E. Cor. Washington and Crough Sts., Baltimore, Md. 
[43-62] 

228 K.. aOODM^N, 228 

— Manufacturer of — 

Men's, Youtis' and Boys' ClotWng, 

THE ORIGINAL ONE DOLLAR PANTS MAN, 

No. 228 NORTH HOWARD STREET, BET. CLAY AND SARATOGA, 
[39-42] BALTIMORE, MD. 

NATIONAL HALL, 

Cor. Monument and Castle Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

[35-62] 

Ready to rent to parties for Balls, Soirees, Entertainments, Weddings. 
Suppers, Theatrical Performances, Meetings, Etc. Bowling Alley and 
Pool on the Premises. The best Refreshments and Cigars served by 

F. VAVRINA & R. SIMA, Proprietors. 

WILLIAM T. CONN. C. F. EARECKSON, Special. 

TV^M. T. CONN & CO., 

ANTHRACITE & BITUMINODS COAL, 

PINE AND OAK WOOD, 

Office and Yard, North and Madison Sts., Baltimore, Md- 
[33-46] TELEPHONE 506. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



31 



Chesapeake and Potomac Tele- 
phone Company. 

Office, American Building. 



Chester River Steamboat Co. 

Steamers leave Pier 7 Light Street 
wharf for landings on Chester river. 



Eastern Shore Steamboat Co. 

Steamers Tangier, Eastern Shore and 
Maggie leave Baltimore, South Street 
wharf, daily, for the Eastern Shore of 
Maryland and Virginia at 5.30 p. m. 

Freight received for all points on New 
York, Philadelphia and Norfolk, Wicom- 
ico and Pocomoke, and Delaware, Mary- 
land and Virginia railroads. 



Empire Steamship Line. 

Steamers leave N. C. Railway piers 1, 
2 and 3, Canton, semi-monthly for Liver- 
pool, Glasgow, Antwerp,, Rotterdam, 
Marseilles and Hamburg. 

Office, 409 Second street. 



Eor NeAvbern, X. C, Semi-weekly 

Freight received daily at the Bay Line 
wharf. 



General Steamship Services. 

Steamers sail periodically from Balti- 
more to European ports. 

Agents, 15 South Gay streets. 



Hooper's Line. 

Steamers sail from Baltimore to Liver- 
pool direct. 

Office, Commercial Buildings, Gay and 
Lombard streets. 



Meri'hants' and ^liners' Trans. 

portation Company. 

For Boston on Monday and 'Jhursday 
3 o'clock p. m. For Providence via New" 
port News, Va., Tuesday and Friday, 1 
o'clock p. m. For Savannah, Wednesday 
and Saturday, 3 o'clock p. m. 
Office, 216 Water street. 



Johnston Line. 

Steamers sail weekly from Baltimore to 
Liverpool and Barrow. 
Office, 17 and 18 Donnell Building. 



Maryland Steamboat Company. 

Steamers Ida, Avalon, Enoch Pratt, 
Samuel J. Pentz, Kent and Joppa run as 
follows: 

Choptank River Route — Easton, Ox- 
ford, Cambridge and intermediate land- 
ings to Denton. 

Great Wicomico River, Dividing and 
Dymer's Creek, Milford Haven and 
Piankatank River route. 

Annapolis, West, Rhode, Severn and 
South River Route 

Salisbury, Deal's Island, Roaring Point 
and Wicomico River landings, connect- 
ing at Salisbury with the New York, 
Philadelphia and Norfolk and Wicomico 
and Pocomoke railroads. 

Roanoke, Norfolk and Baltimore Steam- 
boat Company. 



?few York and Baltimore Line. 

(Inland Route via Canals.) 

Steamers leave company's wharf, foot 
oi Frederick Street dock, at 5 p. m. daily, 
Sunday excepted, through to New York. 



North German Lloyd. 

Steamers run between Baltimore and 
Bremen weekly. From Bremen Wednes- 
day, from F^altimore Wednesday at 2 p.m. 
Freight taken to London, Hull, Leith, 
Hamburg and Ant«erp. 

Office, 5 South Gay street. 



Neptune Line. 

Steamers sail semi-monthly. Through 
bills of lading to Amsterdam, Antwerp 
and London. 

Office, 11 South Gay street. 



West India Pacific Steamship 
Company. 

To Liverpool direct. Through bills of 
lading to Hamburg, London, Amsterdam, 
Rotterdam, Antwerp and Havre. 

Office, 11 South Gay street. 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 




MATHIAS H. LEIMKUHLER, 
Custom ^^ Shoes, 

13 SOUTH BROADWAY, BALTIMORE, MD. 

[41-58] 



FASHIONABLE EMPORIUM FOR 

BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, 

PUMPS, SANDALS, SLIPPERS, Etc. 



Excellence of Workmanship ; Durability of Wear; Supe- 
riority of Material ; Fashion of Style ; Perfection of Fit and 
Comfort are his References. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



33 



Newbern, N. C, L-ine. 

Steamers sail Wednesday and Saturday 
from Pier 10, Light Street wharf, 4 p. m. 



Nanticoke Transportation Co. 

Steamers leave Piers 12 and 13 Light 
Street wharf Tuesday and Friday for 
landings on Nanticoke and Hongo rivers. 



Potomac Transportation Line. 

For landings on the Potomac river. 
Office, 430 Light street. 



Weeuis Liine. 

Steamers leave Piers 8 and 9 Light 
Street wharf as follows: Theodore Weems 
every Wednesday and Saturday at 6..30 
a. ni. for Patuxent river direct, as far up 
as Benedict. Westmoreland leaves 9 
p. m. every Sunday as far up as Bristol. 
\Iason L. Weems leaves Friday at 4.30 
p. m. for Rappahannock River landings 
and Fredericksburg; Wednesday at 4.30 
p. m. Rappahannock river as far as Tap- 
pahannock. Westmoreland leaves at 4.30 
p. m. Tuesday for Fredericksburg and 
Rappahannock river. 



Sassafras River Steamboat Co. 

Steamers leave Pier 6 Light Street 
wharf for Buck's Neck, Gales and Van- 
nort's, Fredericktown, Georgetown, etc. 



Tolchester and Chesapeake 
Steamboat Company. 

Office, Pier 16, Light Street Wharf. 

For Tolchester excursions, steamer 
Louise, Pier 16, Light Street wharf. For 
Little Choptank river, steamer Emma 
Giles, Pier 1.5, Light Street wharf. For 
St. Michaels and Miles river, steamer 
Emma Giles, Pier 15, Light Street wharf. 



Broadway and L,ocu.st Point 
Steam Ferry. 

Foot of Broadway. 



Wheeler Transportation Line. 

For Choptank river. Steamers leave 
Pier 5 Light Street wharf every Monday, 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 
9 p. m. 



TELEGRAPH & TELKPHONE 
COMPANIES. 

Western Union. 

Main office, southwest corner Baltimore 
and Calvert streets. 

BRAN'CH OFFICES. 

Gay and Lombard, 700 Madison ave., 
Aliceanna and Boston, Wilhelm's Hotel, 
Chamber of Commerce, Carrollton Hotel, 
Bayview Station, Baltimore corner Hano- 
ver, Calvert Street station, Charles street 
and North avenue, 209 Richmond, Hillen 
station, Fulton station, 13 North Eutaw, 
Edmondson avenue and Carey, 702 Light 
Street wharf. Stock Exchange Building, 
Hotel Rennert, Calverton Hotel, 10 Hop- 



kins Place, Union Station. Corn and Flour 
Exchange, 427 Exchange Place, 308 South 
Broadway, Canton Ferry, President St. 
station, Scott corner Pratt, St. James 
Hotel and foot of Cross. 



American District. 

First District — Southwest corner Cal- 
vert and Baltimore. 

Second District — 13 North Eutaw. 

Third District — 3 West Centre. 

Fourth District — Northeast corner Ed- 
mondson avenue and Carey. 

Fifth District— .308 South Broadway. 

Branch offices — Gay and Lombard, 208 
Richmond, Light and Pratt and Chamber 
of Commerce. 



34 BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



ORIENTAL BREWING CO., 

CHAS. SCHLAFFER, Proprietor, 
Corner Third and Lancaster Streets, 

CANTON. BALTIMORE, MD. 

E^^TELEPHONE 1053-3. [47-74] 

H. \V. CLASSEN. CHAS. H. CLASSEN. 

— Manufacturers of — 

BUILDING AND^PRESSED BRICK, 

YARDS : South Baltimore, Adjoining Riverside Park. [61-50] 

Manufacturers' Agents, Dealers. Importers of Lime, Cements, Fire Brick, Portland Ce- 
ment, Hair, Calcined Plaster, Sewer Pipe, Fire Clay Chimney Pipe, Flue Linings, 
Ornamental Chimney Tops, Fire Clay. 

New No. 515 to 521 S. Howard St., near Barre, opp. B. & 0. R. R. Depot, 

TELEPHONE 1360. [-t"-^2] BALTIMORE, MD. 

— Manufacturer of — 

Ladies' and Children's Under^vear, 

Robes, Dresses, Pillow Shams, Lace Caps, Embroidered 
Flannel Shawls, Etc., 

[45-58] No. 411 South Broadway, Baltimore, Md. 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, 

Embroideries, Laces, Corsets, Gloves and Hosiery. 
411 S.Broadway, [45-58] Baltimore, Md. 

A full line of Infants' Wear, Pique and Kilted Suits. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



DOCKS AND WHARVES. 



Abbott Iron Co. — From Boston foot of 
Burke and Hudson, Canton. 

Abraham's — From 1413 Thames. 

Apsley's — Foot of Patapsco, Canton. 

Artesian Watering and Ballast — Foot of 
Hughes. 

Atlantic — Foot of O'Donnell and Patap- 
sco. 

Aughinbaugh's — From Boston foot of 
Concord. 

Baker Brothers — Foot of Eutaw. 

Baker, Whitley & Co.— Foot of Eighth 
and Nmth Avenues, Canton. 

Baltimore Boat Club — Intersection of 
Henry and Hammond. 

Baltimore Coal Tar Co. — Foot of Barney. 

Baltimore Copper Works — Foot of Third 
avenne. Canton. 

B. & (). Railroad Co. — Foot of Patuxent, 
foot of Caroline and Locust Point. 

B. & O. Railroad Co's. Piers — Locust 
Point. 

Baltimore and Susquehanna Steamboat 
Co. — Block west of drawbridge. 

Baltimore Gas Co. — Foot of Second ave- 
nue. Canton. 

Baltimore Steam Packet Co's. Pier — Foot 
of Patu.xent and foot of Concord. 

Baltimore United Oil Co. — Clinton near 
Fourth avenue. 

P)arre"s — Foot of Eutaw. 

Beacham's — Near foot of Montgomery. 

Belt's — From Fell south of Thames. 

Biemiiler's — Foot of Bayard. 

Bi.xler's — Foot of Covington, south side 
of basin. 

Black, Sheridan & Wilson — Foot of Tow- 
son. Locust Point. 

Bollman's — Foot of Second avenue, Can- 
ton. 

Booth's — Foot of Lancaster. 

Booze's — Foot of Lee. 

Boston Steamship — Foot of McElderry's 
wharf. 

Bowly's — South from 217 East Pratt. 

Boyce's — Foot of Decatur, Locust Point. 

Boyer's— From 1310 Philpot. 

Broadway and Locust Point Ferry — Foot 
of Broadway and foot of Hauberl. 

Brown's — Foot of P.roadway. 

Buchanan's — Prom 50^ East Pratt. 

Burke's — Foot of Broadway. 

Camben Consolidated Oil Co. — Foot of 
Andre, Middle Branch. 

Canton Chemical Co. — Foot of Tenth 
avenue avenue. 

Canton Marine Railway — Foot of Luzerne 

Canton Co. — Foot of P>urke,foot of Leak- 
in, foot of Gwynne, foot of Fifth ave- 
nue and foot of Luzerne, Canton. 

Canton Sugar Refinery Co. — From Alice- 
anna foot of Cheslei. 



Charles-street Wharf — Foot of Charles. 

Chase's — From 1401 Thames. 

City Dock — Foot of West Falls avenue. 

City Wharves — Foo*^ of Cross and inter- 
section of Lancaster at Caroline. 

Clarke & Co. — Foot of Webster south side 
of basin. 

Commercial — From 1713 Thames. 

Consolidated Coal Co. — Foot of Jones, 
Locust Point. 

Consolidated Gas Co. — Foot of First ave- 
nue. Canton, and foot of Heath, Middle 
Branch. 

Corner & Son — Foot of Ann. 

Cotton Press Co. — Foot of Bond. 

Couuselman's — Foot of Wills. 

County — Foot of Broadway. 
. Davison's — Near foot of Lancaster. 

Denmead's — From Boston foot of Elliott. 

Diggs Brothers —Foot of Eutaw. 

Donnell's — Foot of Fell, west side. 

Dry Dock — Foot of Fort avenue. 

Dugan's — From 611 East Pratt. 

Dunnington's — Foot of Hughes. 

EUicoti's — Foot of West, south side basin 

Ellis' — From Boston foot of Concord. 

Evans' — Near foot of York. 

Evans & Day — From Boston near Patux- 
ent. 

Fait & Winnebrenner — From Aliceanna 
near Boston 

Farren's — From Boston foot of Concord. 

Fenhagen's — From Aliceanna near Wash- 
ington. 

Fish 6c Produce Exchange — Foot of Wolfe 

Foley's — Foot of Eleventh Avenue, Can- 
ton. 

Foote's — From Boston foot of Gwynne. 

Frederick's Ice Wharf — Foot of Coving- 
ton. 

Frederck Street Dock — Foot of Frederick 

Freeman &. Shaw — From Boston near 
Bridge. 

Gibb's Preserving Co. — From Boston foot 
of Burke. 

Gibson's — From (M8 Fell. 

Grafflin's — Foot of Tenth a\-enue, Canton 

Hamilton's — Foot of Decatur, Locust 
Point. 

Hanover Street Wharf — Foot of Hanover. 

Hemingway & Co. — Foot of West. 

Henderson's — From near foot of Fell. 

Hooper's — Foote of Wolfe. 

Horn's— From Boston and Aliceanna. 

Horner's — Foot of Webster, Locust Point 

Hughes' Quay— Intersection Light and 
Lee. 

Jackson's, (N. C. R.)— From 1413 Thames 

Jenkins' — From Philpot west of Thames 

Johnson's — Near foot of Ludlow, Locust 
Point. 

Kerr's — Foot of Wills. 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



THE EXJT^^W HOUSE, 

Cor. Baltimore and Eutaw Sts., Baltimore, Md 

[41-4-2] 

C. S. WOOD, - - - Proprietor. 




IT IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. 



Good business in hotels is a sure indication that trade is active. Hotel men keep 
up with the times. Col. C. S. Wood, of the Eutaw House, has had an eye to what is 
coming, and has put his popular and commodious hotel in first-class order. For weeks 
he has had upholsterers, painters, paperhangers and others who know how to put a 
new face on a building inside and out, at work renovating, refitting and refurnishing 
the house. A personal inspection will show that the hotel has been greatly improved 
and that no expense has been spared in the work. His object has been to make the 
hotel even more attractive and comfortable, if possible, than it has ever been. In the 
large halls and parlors new brilliant glass chandeliers, with handsome ornaments, have 
been hung, which, when lighted, show off the pretty tints of the new wall paper, which 
has been selected with much taste and put on by one of the best paperers in the city. 
The whole house has been improved and beautified from top to bottom. The large 
parlors and bedrooms on the first floor have been supplied with new carpets, chairs, 
etc. The apartments on the second floor have received the same attention. Private 
baths can be enjoyed in the rooms, knd running water, hot and cold, is conveniently at 
hand. The third floor is not less attractive. The designs in the furniture and paper 
on the floors are all different, each showing a pleasant contrast to the other. The 
rooms of the regular boarders, mostly on the fourth floor, have not been forgotten. In 
the new dress and appointments they look very cosy and neat, and quite homelike for 
bachelors or married people. All the halls have been recarpeted and the walls repa- 
pered, and the wood work made bright by paint. Travelers are promised every com- 
fort and the best food the markets can supply. All the modern conveniences will be 
found in the hotel. The Howard House, one block east of the Eutaw, on Howard 
Street, also under the management of Co!. Wood, will be treated in the same way as 
the Eutaw. It will be renovated throughout. Both hotels are within a few blocks of 
the B. & O. station, and easily reached by horse cars from the other railroad stations, 
steamboat wharves and any part of the city or suburbs. They are brilliant at night 
with electric lights. Street cars pass every few minutes on both streets. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



37 



Keagie & Geuder. — Middle Branch, near 
Fort McHenry. 

Kraft's — Near foot of Cross. 

Kraft & Go's — South side of basin. 

1-anfair's — Foot of Broadway. 

Langrall's— From Aiiceanna near Chester 

Lee Street Wharf — From Light at foot of 
Lee. 

Light Street Wharves — Light, from Pratt 
to Lee; Piers 1 to 3 between Pratt and 
Camden; Piers 4 to 7 between Camden 
and Conway; Piers 8 to 10 between Con- 
way and Barre; Piers 11 to 18 between 
Barre and Lee. 

Long Dock — Foot of Centre Market 
Space. 

Luddington's — Foot of Thames. 

Mallory's, (E. H. & Co.) — Foot of Lan- 
caster and Thames. 

Maltby's — West Falls avenue and Block. 

Maryland Fertilizing Co. — Foot of Tenth 
avenue. Canton. 

McClure's Dock — Between Commerce & 
South. 

McComas' — Foot of York and Johnson. 

McCuUough's — Foot of Howard. 

McElderry's — East side of Long Dock. 

McGrath's — Foot of Patapsco, Canton. 

McMurray's — Foot of Cross. 

Miller lirothers & Co — Foot of Thames. 

Miller's (Chas. & Co.) — From Boston foot 
of I^eakin. 

Moore & Brady — Foot of Montgomery. 

Murray, Jas^lv: Son — Foot of York. 

Nicol's — From Aliceanna near Boston. 

Norfolk Steamboat Co. — Foot of Concord; 
also foot of Patuxent. 

N. C. R. Elevator — Foot of Sixth avenue, 
Canton. 

N. C. R. Steamship Pier — Foot of Eighth 
avenue, Canton. 

N. C. R. Co — Foot of Patterson; foot of 
Bond; and Piers 1, 2 and 3, Clinton 
near Seventh avenue. 

Numsen & Son's — Near foot of West. 

Ober's — Foot of Hull, Locust Point. 

O'Donnell's— From 603 East Pratt. 

Patapsco Guano Co — From Philpot east 
of Point. 

Patterson's (N. C. R.)— Foot of Patterson 

Patterson's — Foot of Commerce and Pat- 
terson. 

Pearson's — Foot of Webster, south side of 
basin. 

Phoenix — East of Winan's Cove, Middle 
Branch. 

P. \V. & B. R. R. Co.— Foot of Patuxent, 
Canton. 

Piatt & Co.'s — P'oot of Boyce, south side 
basin. 

Potomac Piers — 11 and 12, [.ocust Point. 



Pratt & Callow's — Foot of Covington, 
and foot of Towson, Locust Point. 

Pratt Street Wharf — Pratt, from Light to 
Bowly's Wharf. 

Ramsey & Carter — Foot of Allen, Locust 
Point. 

Ranstead's — Foot of Bush. 

Reeder's — Foot of Johnson. 

Reedcrs & Go's — Foot of Cross. 

Reese s — Near foot of Ludlow, Locust 
Point. 

Rieman's — Foot of Jones, Locust Point. 

Roanoke, Norfolk and Baltimore Steam- 
ship Co. — Opposite 22S Smith's Wharf. 

Roman's — Foot of Hull, Locust Point. 

Ross' — Foot of Haubert, Locust Point. 

Rowe's — From Boston foot of Gwynne. 

Russell & Co. — Foot of West. 

SchoenbergA: Co. — Foot of Wolfe. 

Screw Dock — PVom 1413 'I'hames. 

Shaw Brothers — Foot of Jones, Locust 
Point. 

Shryock's — Philpot, Thamesand Caroline 

Skinner's — Foot of Cross. 

Slingluff's — Foot of Winder. 

.Smith's — Foot of Gay, east side.- 

South-street Wharf — Foot of South. 

Spear's — From 419 East Pratt. 

Stabler's — Foot of William. 

Stansbury's — From Ahceanna near Bos- 
ton. 

Stewart's — From Fell near foot of Ann. 

Stickney's — Lazaretto Point, Canton. 

Story & Bunnell's — Foot of West. 

Swann's — From corner of Fell and Wolfe. 

Symington Brothers — Foot of Andre, 
Middle Branch. 

Taylor's — From block, east of drawbridge. 

Taylor's, William — From Aliceanna near 
Boston. 

Terry, Lara & Co. — Foot of Ann. 

Thompson's — From Aliceanna near Ches- 
ter. 

Tyler's— From Boston foot of Luzerne. 

Tyson's — Foot of Eighth avenue. Canton. 

Union Dock — Foot of Concord. 

Wagner's— Foot of Concord, Canton. 

Walter's Distillery — Foot of Fourth ave- 
nue. Canton. 

Ward's — Foot of Fourth avenue. Canton. 

Waters' — Northeast corner of Fell and 
Wolfe. ^ 

Wellener's — From 1317 Philpot. 

Willing, Hunt & Co. — From Boston foot 
of Gwynne. 

Wills Street Wharf— Foot of Wills. 

Winan's — Foot of Covington and foot of 
Kelso. 

Woodside& Griffith— South side of basin. 

Zell & Co. — Foot of Lawrence, Locust 
Point. 



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"West of Eutaw Street, and foot of "Warner, "Wooster, Russell, Bay- 
ard, Ridgely, Bush, Gunpow^der and Clare Streets, 

OFFICE SPRING GARDEN, 

Foot of Bayard and "Warner Sts. BALTIMORE, MD. 

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Packers, Brewers, Dairies, Fruii 
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Send tor Catalogue. [41-28] BALTIMORE, MD. 





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FACTORY 



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104 Lexing-ton Street [39-42] 
WAREHOUSE : 204 W. Baltimore Street [41-42] 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



Always on hand the Latest French Shapes for Ladies' Hats and Bonnets 
for Fall, Winter and Spring Wear, and are prepared to change the styles 
and color all the shades in Ladies' Straw, Felt, Beaver and Plush Hats. 
We are constantly receiving New Styles. 

ADAM SIMNACHER'S Mortheastern Hiring and Livery Stable, 

1226 and 1228 N. Central Ave., near Preston St., Baltimore, Md. 



Horses taken at Livery 

by the day, week or 

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LOCATION OF PROMINENT BUILDINGS. 



Abell — Southeast corner of Baltimore and 
Eutaw. 

American — Southwest corner Baltimore 
and South. 

Athenaeum — Northwest corner St. Paul 
and Saratoga. 

Baltimore and Ohio Central — Northwest 
corner Baltimore and Calvert. 

City Hall — Bounded by Lexington, Fay- 
ette, North and HoUiday. 

Chamber of Commerce — Second, HoUi- 
day and Postoffice avenue. 

Commercial — Northeast corner Gay and 
Lombard. 

Consoldidated — Southwest corner South 
and German. 

Custom House — Gay and Lombard. 

Donnell — Southwest corner Gay and Lom- 
bard. 

Exchange — Second near Postoffice ave. 

Fireman's Insurance Co. — Northeast cor- 
ner South and Second. 

Guest — St. Paul near Saratoga. 

Gunther — Gay near Baltimore. 

Hamilton — Courtland near Saratoga. 

Hoen — Holliday, Lexington and North. 

Johnson — Northwest corner Fayette and 
Calvert. • 

Keyser — German corner Calvert. 

Knapp's — Holliday opposite Lexington. 

Law — Southwest corner St. Paul and Lex- 
ington. 

Lexmgton — Lexington corner Charles. 

McCreery — Hopkins Place and German. 

Marine Bank — Gay corner Second, 



Marshall — St. Paul corner Lexington. 

Maryland — Corner PostofTice avenue and 
Second. 

Mechanics' Bank — Southeast corner Fay- 
ette and Calvert. 

Moore — Southeast corner Baltimore and 
Hanover. 

Morse — Fayettt near North. 

National Exchange Bank — Liberty, Ger- 
man and Hopkins Place. 

People's Bank — Southwest corner Hop- 
kins Place and Lombard. 

Postoffice, New — Fayette and Calvert. 

Postoffice, Old — See Custom House. 

Potomac — Postoffice avenue near Balti- 
more. 

Raine's — Southwest corner Baltimore and 
Postoffice avenue. 

Rialto — Southeast corner Holliday and 
Second. 

Robinson — Charles corner Saratoga. 

Saratoga — Calvert corner Saratoga. 

Shryock — Head of Union Di^ck. 

Snebly — Courtland near Lexington. 

Stock Exchange — German near South. 

Sun — Baltimore and South. 

'I'eackle — Courtland near I^exington. 

Tracy — Baltimore near Light. 

Vickers — German near South. 

Ward — Northeast corner Baltimore and 
Charles. 

Wilson — Charles corner Saratoga. 

Young Men's Christian Association — 
Charles and Saratoga. 



STAGE ROUTES, 



Harleiu Company. 

From Fulton station, via Fulton and 
Harlem avenues, Gilmor street, Edmond- 
son avenue, Carey, Baltimore, Caroline 
and Orleans streets, Beoadway to Gay 
street. Return same route. 



Libert^' Koad Stage. 

Arrives at Hand Tavern, Paca street, 
daily, at 9.W p. m. Leaves at 2.30 p. m. 



Stajj« to Kiiiffsville. 

Leaves Rising Sun Hotel, 158 North 
High street on Monday. Wednesday, Fri- 
day and Saturday at 1.15 p. m. 



Loiiy; (ireeii, Ilarlord Road. 

Leaves 317 North street every after- 
noon -at 2.30 o'clock and the Sun office at 
3 o'clock. 



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J. HOLYLAND'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, 

Cor. Baltimore and Charles Streets [41-44] 
Is noted for his Large Gallery, Correct Likenesses, Low Prices, Patience 
with Children and Good Work, Special pains taken 
in Copying Old Pictures. 
^P" I guarantee as Good Work on Cloudy as Fine Whather. Please call and ex- 
amine for yourself. , 



^'AlaskaH " Dry Air Refrigerator, 

Patented May 22, 1882. 

Has stood the test for Ten Years 
and proved itself 

SUPERIOR TO ANY. 

One of its Many Merits is the 
Small Quantity of Ice Con- 
sumed. 

It is made for use and not for 
show. 

Also Manufacture the Coldest 
Bar Box and the most Compact 
Provision, Ikitter or Other Deal- 
ers' Boxes of all sizes. 

Manufactory and Salesrooms: 

1732 EAST PRATT STREI I 

Baltimore, Md. 




N. B. — Circulars "forwarded to any address. 



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SOCIETIES. 



Masons. 

Masonic Temple, Charles near Saratoga. 

Royal Arch Chapter of Maryland, Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

State Grand Commandery of Knights 
Templar, Masonic Temple. 

Ancient and Scottish Rite Masons, Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Colored Masons. 

Temple, Saratoga and Calvert Streets. 



Independent Order of Odd Fel- 
lows. 

The Grand Lodge meets annually on 
the third Monday in April, in the city of 
Baltimore. 



Improved Order of Red Men. 

The Grand Council of Maryland meets 
in Baltimore in the Cold Moon at West- 
ern Wigwam. 



Independent Order of Red Men. 

Metamora Hall, Lombard street near 
Hanover. 



Ancient Order United Wokr- 
men. 

106 Aisquith street. 



Independent Free Sons of 
Israel, 

Baltimore City Lodge, No. 95, Cove- 
nant Hail, corner Howard and Lexmgton 
streets. 



Independent Order Mechanics. 

The Grand Lodge meets annually the 
third Monday in March, 207 North Cal- 
vert street. 



Suprenie Liodge Independent 
Order of Mechanics. 

Maryland Hall. 



Knights of Pythias. 

Office, Pythian Hall. 



Royal Arcanum. 

National Mechanics' Bank Building, 
over southeast corner Calvert and Fay- 
ette streets. 



Aitterican Legion of Honor. 

1087 West Fayette street. 



Kesher Shal Barzel. 

Monument Lodge, No. 129, Elk's Hall. 



Fi'aternal Legion. 

Supreme Camp, 1020 East Baltimore 
street. 



Order of the Golden Chain. 

220 North Charles street. 



Alpha Chapter, No. 1, Order of 
Fastern Star. 

Knapp's Hall, North Holliday street. 



Heptasophs or S.«.W.*.M. 

Northeast cor. Baltimore and Gay streets. 



Grand Lodge Shield of Honor 
of Maryland. 

Headquarters, 719 East Baltimore street. 



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Order of United American Me- 
chanics. 

Office, northwest corner Greene and 
Baltimore streets. 



Junior O. U. A. M. 

Office, northwest corner Greene and 
Baltimore streets. 



The Equitable League. 

Office Chief Secretary, 309 East Town- 
send streets. 



Marine Engineers' Beneficial 
Association, No. 5. 

Druid Hall. 



Grand Army of the Republic. 

Headquarters, 112 South Eutaw street. 

Sons of Veterans, U. S. A. 

Headquarters, 204 Courtlandt street. 

Knights of the Golden Eagle. 

124 East Fayette street. 

Barbers' Beneficial Association 

Lindenstruth's Hall, Frederick street. 



Plumbers' Association. 

10 East Lexington street. 



District Assembly No. 41, 
Knights of Labor. 

Canmakers' Hall. 



Baltimore & Ohio Employees 
Relief Association. 

Office, B. & O. Central Building. 



Baltimore Typogi*aphical Union 
No. 12. 

Von der Horst Hall. 



Canmakers' Mutual and Pro- 
tective Association. 

Canmakers' Hall. 



Brotherhood of Carpenters and 
Joiners of America. 

Rechabite Hall. 



Cigar Makers' International 
Union, No. 1. 

Canmakers' Hall. 



United Barbers' Beneficial As- 
sociation. 

Mechanics' Hall, Fayette street near 
Eutaw. 



Beneficial Association of the 
Maryland Line. 

Maryland Hall, southwest corner Mul- 
berry and Cathedral. 



Baltimore Chapter, American 
Institute of Architects. 

211 Courtland street. 



Independent Order B'Nai 
B'Rilh. 

Covenant Hall, southeast cor. Lexing- 
ton and Howard streets. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



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uenevoLent societies. 



St. George's Society — 313 Second street 

German Society of Maryland — 219 S. 
Sharp street. 

Hibernian Beneficial Society — St. Al- 
phonsus Hall, Saratoga street near Park 
avenue. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society — Raine's 
Hall. 

Christopher Columbus Benevolent So- 
ciety — 105 North Frederick street 

Baltimore Amateur Photographic So- 
ciety — 5 North Charles street. 

Baltimore City Association, No. 1, of 
Stationary Engineers — 4 South Gay st. 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 
AND SOCIETIES. 



Aged Men's Home — Northwest corner 
Lexington and Calhoun Streets. 

Aged Women's Home — Lexington be- 
tween Calhoun and Strieker streets. 

Home for Incurables of Baltimore City 
— 1C40 East Fayette street. Incorporated 
November 1, 1883. 

Baltimore Association for the Improve- 
ment of the Conditon of the Poor — Young 
Men's Christian Association Building. 

Cremation Cemetery Company of Bal- 
timore — Office, 413 Exchange Place. 

Baltimore Orphan Asylum — Strieker 
between Lexington and Saratoga streets. 

German Orphan Asylum — Aisquilh 
street near Orleans. 

Dolan's Aid Society — 1709 Gough street 

Young Woman's Christian Association 
— 221 North Liberty street. 

Hebrew Free Burial Association — 127 
North Howard street. 

Boys' Home Society of Baltimore — 
Northwest corner Calvert and Pleasant 
streets. 

Charity Organization Society — Central 
office, room 12 Wilson Building. 

Female Christian Home — 416 North 
Greene street. 

The Girls' Home— 326 North Calvert 
street. 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Association — Cove- 
nant Hall. 

Henry Watson Home of the Children's 
Aid Snciety — ;i26 North Calvert street. 

Hebrew Ladies' Sewing Society. 

Samuel Ready Orphan Asylum for 
Female Orphans — North and Harford 
avenue's. 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum — Calverton 
Heights. 

Home for Boys — Corner Druid Hill 
Avenue and Townsend street. 

Home of the Friendless — Corner Druid 
Hill Avenue and Townsend street. 



The Hospital Relief Association of 
Maryland — 32.5 Park avenue. Incorpo- 
rated December 18, 1880. 

Indigent Sick Society — 113 N. Charles 
street. 

Johns Hopkins Colored Orphan Asylund 
—517 and 519 West Biddle street. 

Ancient Order Brothers and Sisters, 
Sons and Daughters of Moses — Office, 
105 South Liberty street. 

Kelso Home for Orphan Children oi 
the M. E. Church— 1017 East Baltimore 
street. 

Ladies' Aid Society of the Boy's Home 
— Northwest corner Calvert and Pleasant 
streets. 

Ladies' Sewing Society of German Or- 
phan Asylum — Asylum, Aisquith street 
near Orleans. 

Maryland Prisoners' Aid Association. 

Maryland Industrial Home for Colored 
Girls — 325 Courtland street. 

McDonogh Trust Fund — Office, City 
Hall. 

Nursery and Child's Hospital — Corner" 
Franklin and Schroeder streets. 

St. Anthony (German) Orphan Asylum 
— Central Avenue between Chew and 
Eager streets. 

Shelter for Aged and Infirm Colored 
Persons — 515 West Biddle street. 

Society for the Protection of Children 
from Cruelty and Immorality — Office, 408 
Courtland street. 

Egenton Female Orphan Asylum — 1002 
Madison avenue. 

St. Mary's Female Orphan Asylum — 

111 West Franklin street. 

St. Elizabeth's Home for Colored In- 
fants — 317 St. Paul street. 

St. Francis Orphan Asylum — Corner 
Forrest Place and Chase street. 

St. Joseph's House of Industry — Wa- 
verly Terrace and Lexington street. 

St. Mary's Home for Colored Boys — 
237 West Biddle street. 

St. Patrick s Orphan Asylum — 1707 
Gough street. 

St. Paul's Orphan Asylum— 103 West 
Franklin street. 

St. Peter's Orphan Asylum — Mytle ave- 
nue near Lanvale street. 

St. Vincent's Infant Asylum — Corner 
Townsend and Division streets. 

St. Vincent De Paul Orphan Asylum — 

112 North Front street. 

Thomas Wilson Sanitarium for Chil- 
dren — 301 North Charles street. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



Johns Hopkins University — Corner 
Howard and Ross street. Opened in 1876. 

Male Free School and Colvin Institute 
for Girls — 3^53 Courtland street. 



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Maryland Academy of Sciences — An- 
thenseum Building. 

Maryland Improved Live-Stock Breed- 
ers' Association — 126 St. Paul street. 

Baltimore Manual Labor School — Be- 
tween Washington and Frederick roads, 
two miles from Catonsville. 

Institution for the Colored Deaf, Dumb 
and Blind— 649 West Saratoga street. 

Maryland School for the Deaf and 
Dumb— Cumberland, Md. 

Enoch Pratt Free Library of Baltimore 
City— Main Building, 106 West Mulberry 
street. Incorporated by the State of 
Maryland, March 30, 1882. Branches: 
Corner Fremont avenue and Pitcher, cor- 
ner Hollins and Calhoun, corner Canton 
and O'Donnell, corner Light and Git- 
tings streets. 

Library of the Medical and Chirurgical 
Faculty of Maryland — Anthenaeum Build- 
ing. 

New Mercantile Library — Wilson Build- 
ing, 305 North Charles street. Instituted 
1888. 

South Baltimore Mechanics' Library — 
125 East Montgomery street. 

Peabody Institute — Corner Mt. Vernon 
and Washington Places. Founded by 
George Peabody, February 12, 1857. 

St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys — 
"Maiden's Choice" road, two and a half 
miles west of the city, Carroll postoffice. 

University of Maryland — School of 
Law, northeast cor. Lombard and Greene 
streets. 

The Workingmen's Institute of Balti- 
more City — Corner Elliott and Canton 
streets. Incorporated May 19, 1880. 

Maryland School for the P.lind — North 
avenue near Charles Street avenue. 



MEDICAL. INSTITUTIONS AND 
SOCIKTIES. 

Baltimore Academy of Medicine — Ora- 
torio Hall. 

Baltimore College of Dental Surgery — 
Southeast corner Eutaw and Franklin 
streets. 

Baltimore Medical Association — North- 
west cor. St. Paul and Saratoga streets. 

Baltimore Medical College — 804 North 
Howard street. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons — 
Northwest corner Saratoga and Calvert 
streets. 

Baltimore Polyclinic and Post Graduate 
Medical School — 412 Hanovtr street. 

Baltimore University Hospital and Dis- 
pensary — 35 North Bond street. 

Medical and Surgical Society of Balti- 
more — Northeast corner Baltimore and 
Caroline streets. 



Clinical Society of Maryland — North- 
west corner St. Paul and Saratoga streets. 

Directory for Nurses — Northwest cor. 
St. Paul and Saratoga streets. 



Dispensaries. 

Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Char- 
ity — 625 West Franklin street. 

Baltimore Free Dispensary — 809 Lin- 
den. a%'enue. 

Baltimore Homeopathic Free Dispen- 
sary — 214 North Greene street. 

Baltimore General — 103 North Liberty 
street. 

Baltimore University School of Medi- 
cine Free Dispensary — 35 North Bond 
street. 

Calvert Free Dispensary of the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons — Calvert and 
Saratoga streets. 

Eastern — 1300 East Baltimore street. 

Eye and Ear Dispensary of the Church 
Home and Infirmary (free)— N. Broad- 
way near Fairmount avenue. 

Free Dispensary of the Baltimore Poly- 
clinic and Medical School — 412 Hanover 
street. 

Free Dispensary for the Treatment of 
the Diseases of Women — 600 South Sharp 
street. 

Nervous Diseases (free) — 5 Barnet st. 

Northeastern — 1224 East Monument 
street. 

Northwestern for Medical and Surgical 
Treatment (free)— 1002 Druid Hill ave. 

Presbyterian Eye and Ear (free) — 1007 
East Baltimore street. 

Southern Dispensary — 106 West Hill 
street. 

University Dispensary — Southwest cor. 
Lombard and Greene streets. 

Waverley and Homestead Dispensary 
and Relief Association — Old York road 
near Jefferson avenue. 

Woman's Medical College Dispensary 
— 510 North Eutaw street. 



Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Associa- 
tion — iVlonument street east of Broad- 
way. 

Maryland College of Pharmacy — Ais- 
quith street near Fayette. 

Maryland State Board of Dental Ex- 
aminers — 525 North Howard street. 

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of 
Maryland — Northwest cor. St. Paul and 
Saratoga streets. Incorporated January 
20, 1799. 



Hospitals and Inflrniaries. 

Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Char- 
ity Hospital — 625 West Franklin street. 



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Baltimore University — 35 North Bond 
street. 

Church Home and Infirmary — Broad- 
way near Fairmount avenue. 

City Hospital — Calvert and Saratoga 
streets, connected with the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

City Hospital for the Insane — Eastern 
avenue extended. 

Dental Infirmary of the University of 
Maryland — Greene street and Cider alley 

Hebrew Asylum for the Sick of the Is- 
raelitish Faith — Monument and Ann sts. 

Hospital for the Women of Maryland — 
150 West Townsend street. 

Hospital of the Good Samaritan — Mc- 
Culloh and Mosher streets. 

Johns Hopkins Hospital — Broadway 
opposite McElderry street. 

Maryland General Hospital — 809 Lin- 
den avenue. 

Maryland Hospital for the Insane — 
Office, 120 East Lexington street. 

Maryland Woman's Hospital — 112 East 
Saratoga street, connected with the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Maternite (Lying-in Asylum) — 113 W. 
Lombard street, connected with the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Mount Hope Retreat for the Insane 
and Sick— Office. 619 St. Paul street. 

Nursery and Child's Hospital — Schroe- 
der street corner PVanklin. 

Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat 
Chanty Hospital — 1007 East Baltimore 
street. 

St. Agnes Hospital — Maiden Choice 
road, CarroUton. 

St. Joseph General Hospital — Caroline 
and Hoffman streets. 

St. Vincent's Hospital — Wilkens ave- 
nue near Maiden's Choice road, under 
the care of the Sisters of Charity. 

Union Protestant Infirmary — Division 
street near Mosher. 

United States (marine) — Remington 
avenue near railroad ; office, basement 
Posioffice. 

University Hospital (formerly Balti- 
more Infirmary) — Lombard and Greene 
streets. 

University of Maryland — Dental De- 
partment, northeast corner Lombard and 
Greene streets. 

University of Maryland — School of 
Medicine, northeast corner Lombard and 
Greene streets. 

Woman's Medical College — 510 North 
Eutaw street. 



MISCKLLANEOUS. 

Agricultural Society of Baltimore Co. — 
Office, 222 East Baltimore street. 

Anthena;um Club — Northeast corner 
Charles and Franklin streets. 



Baltimore Athletic Club — 109 North 
Charles street. 

Baltimore Club — 905 North Charles st. 

Baltimore Chess Association — 322 West 
Fayette street. 

Baltimore Liedertafel — 

Baltimore Poultry and Pigeon Club — ^21 
South Gay street. 

Caledonian Club of Baltimore — Organ- 
ized 1873, corner Frederick and Baltimore 
streets. 

Calumet Club — 1110 East Baltimore st. 

Chamber of Commerce Building Com- 
pany — office, room 32 Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Concord Club — 6 North Carey street. 

Crescent Club — Southwest corner Fay- 
ette and Paca streets. 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals — 1 East Lexington street. 

City Evangelization Society — Office, 403 
North Paca street. 

Natatorium — North Howard street ad- 
joining Academy of Music. 

Baltimore Liederkranz — ()61 West Lex- 
ington street. 

Committee of Missions of the Presby- 
terian Church in the United States — of- 
fice, 113 North Charles street. 

Charcoal Club— No. 212 North Charles 
street. 

Concordia Club— 16 to 20 S. Eutaw 
street. 

Decorative Art Society — Rooms, 315 
North Charles street. 

Druid Cyclist Club of Maryland — 
Madison avenue extended. 

Female City Mission — 113 N. Charles 
street. 

Female House of Refuge — Northwest 
corner Carey and Baker streets. 

Germania Club — i08 West Fayette 
street. Reincorporated 1879. 

Germania Ma:ennerchor — 410 and 412 
West Lombard street. 

"I'he Home" (a reformatory institu- 
tion) — 5 North Exeter street. 

Baltimore Reform League — 208 Court- 
land street. 

Philharmonic Orchestra of Baltimore — 
Office, ()(}4 West Saratoga street. 

Maryland Colored Industrial Fair As- 
sociation —204 North Calvert street. 

Waterhouse Electric Company — 209 to 
213 O'Donnell's wharf. 

H. Y. M. Club— Southwest corner Bal- 
timore and Bond streets. 

Hebrew Society for Educating Poor 
and Orphan Children — Ghizuck Amuno 
Congregation Vestry Rooms. 

Home for the Aged (^\. E. Church)— 
Southwest cor. Fulton avenue and Frank- 
lin street. 

Little Sisters of the Poor — Cor. Preston 
and Valley streets. 

(General German Aged People's Home 
— Northeast corner Baltimore and Payson 
streets. 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



House of the Good Shepherd — Corner 
Mount and Hollins streets. 

House of Refuge — Frederick road, 
west of Gwynn's Falls; office. City Hall. 

Johns Hopkins University Club — Cor- 
ner Garden and Ross streets. 

Journalist Club — Johnson Building. 

Ladies' Branch Bible Society — Bible 
House, 113 North Charles street. 

Maryland State Agricultural and Me- 
chanical Association — Office, southwest 
corner Charles and Saratoga streets. 

Maryland Bible Society — Bible House, 
113 North Charles. Organized m 1833. 
Incorporated in 1842. 

Maryland Civil Service Reform Asso- 
ciation — Office, 301 North Charles streets. 
Room No. 9. 

Maryland Club — Northeast cor. Frank- 
lin and Cathederal streets. 

Maryland Colonization Society — 413 
Second street. 

Maryland Historical Society — Corner 
St. Paul and Saratoga streets. 

Maryland Horticultural Society — Of- 
fice, 117 South Gay street. 

Maryland Jockey Club— Office, 230 N. 
Charles street. 

Maryland State Grange — Office, 117 S. 
Gay street. 

Maryland State Temperance Alliance — 
208 North Calvert street. 

Maryland Sunday School Union — 
Young Men's Christian Associat'n Build- 
ing. 

Merchants and Manufacturers Associ- 
ation — Southeast corner Liberty and Ger- 
man streets. 



Maryland State Dairymen's Associa- 
tion — Office, 117 South Gay street. 

Maryland State Farmer's Association — 
Office, 117 South Gay street. 

Maryland Tract Society — ^14 East Fay- 
ette street. 

Merchants' Club — German street be- 
tween South and Calvert. 

Monday Club — 1734 East Baltimore 
street. 

Oratorio Society — Oratorio Hall, North 
Howard street. 

Protestant Episcopal Brotherhood — 
Rooms 816 Madison avenue. 

Schuetzen Park Association — Belair 
avenue near North avenue. 

Society of the Army and Navy of the 
Confederate States in the State of Mary- 
land. 

Society of St. Vincent De Paul — 106 
North Charles street. 

St. Mary's Conference of the Cathedral 
— 106 North Charles street. 

Jt. James Home for Boys — Corner High 
and Low streets — Founded 1878 by Rev. 
James Gibbons. 

St. Joseph Catholic Lyceum — ^205 and 
207 South Eutaw street. 

Woman's Industrial Exchange — 331 
North Charles street. 

The Garland Musical Association — 
Wilson Post Hall. 

Young Men's Christian Association — 
Library and Reading Rooms northwest 
corner Chark s and Saratoga streets. Or- 
ganized 1852. 

Young Men's Republican Club — 23 
Wert Saratoga street. 



CHURCHES. 



Baptist. 

Brantly — Schroeder corner Peirce. 

Calvary — (Colored) Biddle and Park ave. 

Eutaw Place — Eutaw and Dolphin. 

First -Townsend near Fremont avenue. 

First — (Colored) McElderry and Caroline. 

Franklin Square — Calhoun near Lexing- 
ton. 

EuUer Memorial — Carey and Presstman. 

Fulton Avenue — Fulton avenue and Bal- 
timore. 

German Baptist — Caroline and Hamp- 
stead. 

Grace — Eager near Broadway. 

Hampden — Corner Roland and Fourth 
avenues. 

High Street— High north of Fayette. 



Huntingdon Avenue — Waverly avenue 

near V'ork road. 
Immanuel— St. Paul and North avenue. 
Leadenhall— (Colored) Leadenhall near 

Cross. 
Lee Street — Lee near Hanover. 
Macedonia— (Colored) Saratoga near Gil- 

mor. 
Patterson Avenue — (Colored) Calhoun 

and Patterson avenue. 
Perkins Square — (Colored) George and 

Clinton avenue. 
Riverside Mission — 57 East Randall. 
Second — Broadway near Pratt. 
Seventh — Saratoga and Paca. 
Union— (Colored) North near Lexington. 
Waverly Mission — (Colored) Old York 

road. 



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Christian. 

Meeting — Dolphin near Fremont avenue. 

Evangelical Association. 

Emmanuel — Greene and Cider alley. 
Trinity — Fremont and Edmondson aves. 
Second — McElderry and Short. 

Congregational. 

First — Eutaw between Hoffman and Dol- 
phin. 

Evangelical Lutheran. 

Emmanuel (German) — Caroline south of 
Baltimore. 

First English — Fremont avenue and Lan- 
vale. 

German Evangelical Salem — Battery ave- 
nue corner Randall. 

Grace English — Broadway corner Gough. 

Grace — Preston near Aisquith. 

Lutheran Chapel — Canton. 

Second — Lombard west of Greene. 

St. John — Near Eastern Cemetery, Balti- 
more county. 

St. John (German) — Biddle east of Penn- 
sylvania avenue. 

St. John — Lombard near Garrison Lane. 

St. Luke — Henrietta corner Eutaw. 

St. Luke — Hampden. 

St. Marcus (German) — Broadway and 
Fairmount avenue. 

St. Mark — Eutaw between Mulberry and 
Saratoga. 

St. Martin (German) — Sharp and Henri- 
etta. 

St. Matthew (German) — Fayette near 
Central avenue. 

St. Paul — McMechen and Druid Hill 
avenue. 

St. Paul (German) — Saratoga and Fre- 
mont avenue. 

St. Peter — Fayette and East. 

St. Peter (German) Bond near Eastern 
avenue. 

St. Peter (German) — Eager near Broad- 
way. 

St. Peter Mission — Franklin near Arling- 
ton avenue. 

St. Stephen (German) — Hanover corner 
Hamburg. 

Third — Monument near Gay. 

Trinity (German) — Trinity east of High. 



Independent. 

First German L'nited Evangelical — East- 
ern avenue near Register. 
Zion (German) — Gay south o Saratoga. 



Friends. 

Eastern District — Aisquith and Fayette. 
Gospel Misson — Light near Hamburg. 
Orthodox — Eutaw and Monument. 
Western District — Park avenue near cor- 
ner Laurens. 



Jewish Synagogues. 

First (Reformed) — Lloyd and Watson. 

Gizuk Amuno (• 'rthodox) — Lloyd near 
Lombard. 

Har Sinai Temple (Reformed) — Lexing- 
ton between Pearl and Pine. 

Oheb Hashalom (Reformed) — Hanover 
between Lombard and Pratt. 

Oheb Hashalom (Orthodox) — Hill and 
Charles. 

Oheb Israel (Reformed)— Eden north of 
Lombard. 

Polish (Orthodo.x)— High near Low. 

Russian (Orthodox) — Exeter north of Fa- 
yette. 

Shearith Israel (Orthodox)— Greene cor- 
ner German. 



Methodist Episcopal. 

Bennet Memorial — Warner and Hamburg 

Eutaw Street — Eutaw above Mulberry. 

First — Wood berry. 

First M. E.— St. Paul and Third. 

Fort Avenue— Fort avenue near Johnson. 

Grace — Woodberry. 

Guilford Avenue — North corner Lanvale. 

Hanover Street — Hanover and Hamburg. 

Hill Street— Hill near Charles. 

Madison Avenue — Madison avenue and 
Townsend. 

Mount Vernon Place— Washington and 
Mount Vernon Places. 

Mount Vernon — Mt. Vernon Mills. 

Strawbridge- Park avenue and Wilson. 

Webster — Mosher corner Myrtle avenue. 

Wesley Chapel — Sharp and Barre. 

South Baltimore — William and Little 
Church. 

Appoid Chapel— Washington near Chase. 

Broadway — Broadway south of Pratt. 

Canton — Canton avenue extended. 

Caroline Street — Caroline south of Balti- 
more. 

Chester Street— Chester and Orleans. 

East Baltimore — Eastern avenue near 
Broadway. 

Eastern Avenue — Eastern avenue near 
Broadway. 

Exeter Street — Exeter south of Gay. 

Greenmount Avenue — Chase and McKim. 

Harford Avenue — Harford avenue and 
Biddle. 

Highland Avenue— Highland avenue near 
Philadelphia road. 

High Street — High and Stiles. 

Jackson Square — Fairmount avenue oppo- 
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Jefferson Street — Jefferson and Bond. 

Madison Square — Caroline and Eager. 

Monument Street — Monument and Stirl- 
ing. 

Seamen's Bethel — Aliceanna and Bethel. 

Waverly — Waverly, Baltimore county. 

Homestead Chapel — Homestead. 

Columbia Avenue — Columbia avenue east 
of Fremont avenue. 

Emory — Pennsylvania avenue north of 
Hoffman. 

Fayette Street — Fayette east of Fremont 
avenue. 

Franklin Street — Franklin and Poppleton. 

Grace — Lanvale and CarroUton avenue. 

Harlem Park — Gilmor opposite Harlem 
Park. 

Monroe Street — Monroe and Ramsay. 

Summerfield — Calverton. 

Union Square — Lombard and Calhoun. 

West Baltimore (German) — Pennsylvania 
avenue corner Mosher. 

Whatcoat — Strieker and Presstman. 

COLORED. 

Ames Chapel — Saratoga near CarroUton 
avenue. 

Asbury Chapel — McElderry near Patter- 
son Park avenue. 

Asbury — East and Douglas. 

Centennial — Bank and Caroline. 

John Wesley — Sharp near Montgomery. 

Metropolitan — Orchard near Druid Hill 
avenue. 

Sharp Street — Sharp north of Pratt. 

St. Matthew's — Columbia avenue near 
Poppleton. 

St. Paul — Saratoga near Carey. 

Waugh Chapel — Columbia avenue near 
Scott. 

Methodist Protestant. 

Broadway — Broadway and Monument. 

Hampden. 

Henry Chapel (Colored) — West near Han- 
over. 

Mount Lebanon — Preston and Bond. 

St. John (Colored) — Mount near Cole. 

South Baltimore — Light south of West. 

Starr — Poppleton and Lemon. 

St. Thomas (Colored) — Chestnut near 
Front. 

Washington Street Station — Washington 
and Lombard. 

West Baltimore — Lafayette avenue and 
Gilmor. 



Methodist Episcopal, South. 

Calvary — Greene and Lombard. 
Central — Edmondson ave. and Strieker. 
Emmanuel — Presstman and McCulloh. 
Frederick Avenue Chapel — Frederick 

road near toll gate. 
North Baltimore — Holland near Aisquith 
St. Paul — Fayette near CarroUton avenue 
Trinity — Madison avenue and Preston. 



Methodist Independent. 

Bethany — Lexington and Calhoun. 

Chatsworth — Pine and Franklin. 

Epworth — Gilmor and Mosher, 

John Wesley — Pratt near Fulton avenue. 

Olive Branch — Fort avenue and Charles. 

St. John — Liberty north of Fayette. 

St. John Chapel — Madison avenue and 

Laurens. 
William Street — William near Gittings. 



Methodist, African. 

Allen Mission — Stockton alley near Bal- 
timore. 

Bethel — Saratoga west of Gay. 

Ebenezer — Montgomery east of Hanover. 

Mt. Zion — Saratoga near Carroliton ave. 

St. John-T-Tessier corner Orchard. 

1 rinity — Biddle and Linden avenue. 

Waters Chapel — Spring between Jeffer- 
son and McElderry. 



Presbyterian. 

Abbott Chapel— Abbott Place, Highland 
avenue. 

Aisquith Street — Aisquith near Jefferson. 

Associate Reformed — Fayette bet. Lib- 
erty and Charles. 

Associate Reformed Chapel — Columbia 
avenue near Poppleton. 

Boundary Avenue — North avenue and 
St. Paul. 

Broadway — Broadway and Gough. 

Brown Memorial — Park ave. and Town- 
send. 

Central Church MiSsion — Ridgely and 
Hamburg. 

Central Presbyterian — Eutaw Place near 
Dolphin. 

Faith — Broadway and Biddle. 

First — Madison and Park avenue. 

First United — Madison avenue and Bid- 
dle. 

Franklin Square — Carey and Fayette. 

Franklin Street — Franklin and Cathedral. 

Fulton Avenue — Fulton avenue corner 
Tenant. 

Grace (Colored) — Dolphin and Etting. 

Govane Chapel — Govanstown. 

Hampden — Woodberry near the Park. 

Kno.x (Colored) — Baltimore and Aisquith 

Lafayette Square — CarroUton ave. near 
Lanvale. 

Light Street — Light near Montgomery. 

Madison Street (Colored) — Madison near 
Park avenue. 

Reformed — Harford avenue and Chase. 

Second — Baltimore and Lloyd. 

Toone Street — Toone near Canton. 

Twelfth — Franklin between Clinton and 
Fremont avenue. 

Westminster — Fayette and Greene. 



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Protestant Episcopal. 

Advent Mission (free) — Battery avenue 

near West. 
All Saints (free) — Baltimore and Monroe. 
Ascension — Lafayette Square. 
Atonement Mission Chapel (free) — Ches- 
ter near Biddle. 
Chapel of Nativity (free) — Pratt near 

Poppleton. 
Christ — Chase and St. Paul. 
Church of the Holy Cross (free) — Mil- 

lington avenue and Ramsay e.xtended. 
Church of the Holy Evangelist (free) — 

Potomac and Dillon. 
Church of the Holy Innocents (free) — 

Eden and Chase. 
Church of the Messiah (free) — Gay and 

Fayette. 
Church of Our Saviour (free) — Broadway 

and McElderry. 
Emanuel — Cathedral and Read. 
Grace — Monument and Park avenue. 
Good Shepherd Chapel — Mullikin and 

Spring. 
Henshaw Memorial (free) — Barre corner 

St. Peter. 
Holy Trinity (free) — Gilmor and Tenant. 
Howard Chapel Colored Mission (free) — 

Park avenue near Dolphin. 
Memorial — Bolton and Townsend. 
Memorial Church of the Holy Comforter 

(free) — Chester and Pratt. 
Mount Calvary (free) — Eutaw and Madi- 
son avenue. 
St. Andrew — High near Lombard. 
St. Barnabas (free) — Biddle and Argyle 

avenue. 
St. Bartholomew (free) — North avenue 

near Madison avenue. 
St. George — Presstman and Division. 
St. George Chapel — Fremont and Penn- 
sylvania avenues. 
St James (Colored) — North and Sara- 
toga. 
St. John the Baptist Mission Chapel (free) 

— Barre near Lower Greene. 
St. John — Waverly. 
St. Luke — Carey near Lexington. 
St. Mark — Lombard near Parkin. 
St. Mary — Hampden. 
St. Mary the Virgin Colored Mission 
Chapel (free) — Orchard near Madison 
avenue. 
St. Michael and All Angels (free) — St. 

Paul north of North avenue. 
St. Paul — Charles and Saratoga. 
St. Peter — Uruid Hill ave. and Lanvale. 
St. Stephen — Hanover and Welcome alley 
St. Thomas — Homestead. 
Trinity — Broadway and Pratt. 



Reformed Episcopal. 

Church of the Redeemer — Bolton near 

Lanvale. 
Cummins Memorial. 
Emmanuel — Hoffman and Eden. 



Reformed Churcli. 

Aisquith Street (German)— Aisquith near 
McElderry. 

Fifth (German) — Canton avenue near 
Broadway. 

First — Calvert near Read. 

Immanuel (Ger'n) — Schroeder and Sara- 
toga. 

St. Johannes (German) — Calvert near 
Saratoga. 

St. Paul — Lexington and Carlton. 

Third — Paca and Saratoga. 



Roman Catholic. 

Carmelite Chapel. 

Cathedral — Cathedral and Mulberry. 

Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrow— House of 

Good Shepherd, Mount and HoUins. 
Chapel of the Visitation Convent — Park 

avenue and Centre. 
Church of the Holy Cross — West near 

Light. 
Corpus Christi — Townsend and Mount 

Royal avenue. 
Fourteen Holy Martyrs — Mount near 

Pratt. 
Immaculate Conception — Mosher and 

Druid Hill. 
Jenkins Memorial — Mt. Royal avenue 

corner Townsend. 
Sacred Heart — Highlandtown. 
St. Agnes' Chapel — St. Agnes' Hospital. 
St. Alphonsus (German) — Park avenue 

and Saratoga. 
St. Andre Monument and Washing- 
ton. 
St. Ann — York road. 
St. Bernard's — Hillen road near Harford 

road. 
St. Bridget — Canton. 
St. Edward's— Bloomingdale road near 

Lafayette avenue. 
St. Francis Chapel and Colored Sisters of 

Providence — Chase and Forrest Place. 
St. Francis Xavier (Colored) — Calvert and 

Pleasant. 
St. Gregory — Baker and Gilmor. 
St. Ignatius — Calvert and Madison. 
St. James (German) — Aisquith corner of 

Eager. 
St. John — Eager and Valley. 
St. Joseph — Barre and Howard. 
St. Lawrence Chapel— Fort avenue and 

Hull. 
St. Leo — Stiles and Exeter. 
St. Martin — Fulton avenue and Fayette. 
St. Mary Chapel — St. Mary Seminary, 

Pennsylvania avenue. 
St. Mary Star of the Sea— Johnson and 

Clement. 
St. Michael (German)— Wolfe and Lorn 

bard. 
St. Monica — Hill near Sharp. 
St. Patrick — Broadway and Bank. 
St. Peter— Poppleton and Hollins 



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St. Pius — Schroeder and Edmonson ave. 

St. Stanislaus — .-Vnn near Aliceanna. 

St. Thomas — Fourth avenue corner Hick- 
ory avenue. 

St. Vincent de Paul — Front near Faj'ette. 

St. Wenceslaus — Central avenue near 
Fayette. 



United Bretliern in Christ. 

Fifth — George and Clinton avenue. 
Otterbein — Conway near Sharp. 
Otterbein Chapel — Scott and St. Peter. 
Salem — Retreat and Francis. 
Sweet Air Chapel — Woodberry. 
Third — Fulton avenue and Lombard. 



Swedenborgian. 

German New Jerusalem — Aisquith and 

Fayette. 
New Jerusalem — Calvert north of Chase . 



Unitarian. 

First Independent — Franklin and Charles. 

Universalist. 

East Baltimore — Baltimore corner Eden. 



CEMETERIES, 



Baltimore — North avenue and Belair 
road. Office, 8 South street. 

Baltimore Hebrew — Belair avenue ex- 
tended. Office, corner Lloyd and Wat- 
son streets. 

Bonnie Brae — Frederick road. Secretary, 
16 East Lexington street. 

Cathedral — Tenant near Calhoun. Secre- 
tary, 16 East Lexington street. 

Cedar Hill— Near Brooklyn, A. A. Co. 
Secretary, 12 St. Paul street. 

Cemetary of the Most Holy Redeemer — 
Belair road near Gardenville. Offices, 
St. Michael and St. James (R. C.) 
Churches. 

Fell's Point Friendship Hebrew Congre- 
gation — Philadelphia road near High- 
landtown. 

Friends — Fayette near Aisquith and Har- 
ford road near Jenkins Lane. 

Greenmount — Greenmount avenue and 
HofFman street. Office, 6 East Lexing- 
ton street. 

laurel (Colored) — One-half mile on Belair 
road. Office, 22.5 St. Paul .<;tr<»et. 

Loudon Park — Three miles on Frederick 
road. Office, .32;i North Charles street. 



Holy Cross — Harford road near North 

avenue. Office. St. Patrick's Church, 

Broadway. 
Lorraine Cemetary Company (The) — 

Franklin road. Office, 32 South Holli- 

day street. 
Mount Carinel — Two and a half miles on 

O'Donnell road. Secretary, 105 South 

Frederick street. 
Mount Olivet — Two and a half nules on 

Frederick road. Office, northeast cor- 
ner Charles and Fayette streets. 
Old Methodist — Philadelphia road near 

city limits. 
St. Mary's (P. E.) — Roland avenue near 

Fifth avenue. 
St. Patrick's — Philadelphia road near city 

limits. 
St. Paul's — Lombard street and Fremont 

avenue. 
St. Peter's — Four miles on Liberty road. 

Office, St. Peter's Church. 
Sweet Home — Biddle street near Loney 

Lane. 
United States (National) — Three miles on 

Frederick road. 
Western — West Balimore street exti-nded. 



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51 



Qeadina Dusiness Houses of Daltimore, rKd. 

Explanation — The Figures within Brackets after Names and Addresses in the fol- 
lowing Classified Business Directory and at the bottom of Advertisements cor- 
respond with Figures on Margin cf Map at right angles, indicating the Cross-Line 
at which the Individual or Firm sought can be found, as can be readily understood 
by referring to the Margin of the Map. 



Academies, Colleges «fc Schools. 

Baltimore City Academy, Rev. John H. 
Nutter, principal, 105 East Saratoga 

[39-46] 

•DALTIMORE FEMALE COLLEGE, 



Nathan Covington Brooks, M.A., L. L. D. 
President. 

1.534 Park Avenue. 
L29-88] 

BARNETT'S BUSINESS 
TRAINING SCHOOL, 

Mulberry Street, opposite 

The Pk.\tt Library. 

Day and Evening Sessions. Private in- 
struction to Ladies and Gentlemen. 
Special attention given to Book- 
keeping, Shorthand, Type- 
writing, Etc. [39-42] 

Christian Brothers Commercial Academy, 
Bro. Paphylinus, director, Calvert Hall, 
79 Saratoga [39-44] 

Convent of Notra Dame, Sister M. Jutta, 
southeast corner Lombard and Wolfe 
[41-f50] 

Eaton & Burnett Business College, north- 
east corner Charles and Baltimore 

[41-44] 

T7RIENDS' ELEMENTARY AND 
■»• HIGH SCHOOL, 

A Kindergarten Primary School, 

an Academy and 
Collegiate Institute for both Sexes, 

McCuUoh and Preston Streets. 

[27-34] 



Immaculate Conception Female High 
School, Sister Mary, preceptress, Mosh- 
er corner Druid Hill Avenue [31-36] 

Milton Academy, E. Parsons, principal, 
C. W. E. Miller, Ph. D., vice-principal, 
714 Madison Avenue [35-42] 

St. Catherine's Normal Institute, by the 
Sisters of the Holy Cross, Harlem cor- 
ner Arlington avenue [;35-32] 

St. James R. C. School, Bro. Henry A. 
Christ, 1033 Aisquith [31-54] 



T^HEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF 
-•■ ST. SULPICE. 



Rev. A. Magnien, S. S. D. D., 

St. Mary and Paca Streets, 

[37-40] Baltimore. Md. 

Accountants. 

Ayers& Foot, 106 East Baltimore [41-46] 

Advertising Signs. 

Ronemous & Co., (tin) 211 and 213 West 
Clay [39-42] 

■O B. WILSON &C0., 

ADVERTISING SIGNS., 

20 North Street. 
[41-48] 

Auiinonical Works. 

Smith, Amor & Sons, 920 to 924 Fort ave- 
nue [.57-52] 



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Agrricultural Implements. 

Roloson Brothers, 303S to 2042 Frederick 
avenue [43-24] 1525 West Baltimore 
[43-2S] Branch — Carrollton, Telephone 
995-2 

Sinclair. R. & Co., 233 East Hamburg 

[51-48] 

Whitman, E. Sons & Co., 27 East Pratt 
[45-46] 

Architect*. 

Bowersos. D. M.. 1937 Christian [47-24] 
Laing, Tohn, 24 East Lexington avenue 

[41-44] 
Weber, \V . P., 20 East Lexington avenue 

[41-44] 

Artificial Stone. 

Hoopes, E. D.. 1224 Pennsvlvania avenue 
[33-36] 

Artists. 

Busey. N. H., 112 North Charles [41-44] 
Rudolph, Ernst. 644 West Baltimore 

[41-38] 

Artists' Materials. 

Hirshberg. Hollander & Co., 106 to 110 
West Pratt [45-44] 

Awningrs, Flag^, Tents, Etc. 



J- 



\V. LOAXE, 

Manufactures 



FLAGS. AWNIXG5 AND TENTS, 

15 North Gay Street. 

[41-50] 

Wise, John U. A; Co., 3l>8 East Pratt 

[43-48] 

Babv Jumpers and Cradles. 

jDABV JUMPER 

AND AUTOMATIC CRADLE, 

Saitable for the smallest infant, and 
children up to four years old. 

T R I B L E & Whiting. Proprietors, 

228 North Eutaw Street. 

[39-42] 



Bakers and Confectioners. 

JOHN C. BENGEL. 

Fine 

CAKE AND BRE.\D BAKER. 

521 South Bond Street. 

[45-58] 

A UGUST FROHNHAUSER. 

BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY AND 
Ice Ck'e.^m Saloon. 

No. 435 South Paca Street, 
(Near Little Green Street.) 

Goods Delivered Free of Charge. 
[45-40] 

QOGEL'S 

BAKERY, 

CONFECTIONERY 

AND DAIRY 

Southeast Comer 
Fremont and Mosher Streets. 

[33-^] 

Grimm, George, 619 South Bond [47-58] 

Kumlehn, H. C. W., 1933 and 1935 East 
Fayette [37-62] 

Skillman, George R., 203 to 209 North 
Greene [39-40| 

Weaver Brothers & Co., 535 West Balti- 
more [41-40] 

While & Myers, 1439 Lanvale [35-30] 

Hanks and Bankers. 

Border State Sa\-ings Bank, Andrew J. 
Conlon, president; G. B. Delaney, 
treasurer ; southeast corner iialtimure 
and Poppleion [43-34] 

Hopkins Place Savings Bank, (People's 
Bank Building) soutnwest comer Sharp 
and Lombard, B. F. Smith, president; 
Henry King, vice-president. Deposits 
received from 25 cents upward. Bank 
hours, daily from 10 to 2 o'clock, and 
Saturday evenings from 5 to 7. [43-42] 

Howard Bank, comer Howard and Fay- 
ette, Sam'l Edmonds, president; Thos. 
S. kidgaway, cashier [41-42] 

Second National Bank, Capital ^500,000. 
Surplus $250,000. John S. Gilman. 
president; J. H. Bawden, cashier; 432 
South Broadway [45-58] 



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Bank, Church & Office Furniture. 

Buck, Irving. 751 West Pratt [45-36] 
Duker, Otto & Co., President, Albemarle 
and Canton avenue [45-52] 

Uarbers. 

Buscher, Fred., 2055 East Bank [45-62] 

■PTRED. DAVID'S 



SHAVING PARLOR, 

IGOO East Pratt Street, corner Bond. 
[43-58] 

Himmelheber. N., 1617 Gough [43-58] 



J- 



E. WEYFORTH. 



SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING, 
SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DYEING 
SALOON, 
1636 East Pratt Street. [43-58] 

Weiner, John, (Hendrick's Club,) North- 
east corner Eager and North [33-48] 

Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights. 

Baer, John H., 1.504 South Light corner 
Fort Avenue [55-46] 

CCHNAPP & GRUEBERT, 

BLACKSMITHS AND 

WHEELWRIGHTS, 
1518 Gay Street. [27-62] 

Schafer, John C, 1023 Ridgely [49-38] 
A WIEGMYER, 

BLACKSMITH AND HORSESHOER, 

1609 Aliceanna Street. 
[47-58] 



Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Bond, J. W. & Co., 404 and 406 East Bal- 
timore [41-48] 

Dulany, W. J. C. & Co., 8 East Balti- 
more [41-44] 

Guggenheimer, Weil & Co., 43 South Lib- 
erty [4:3-42] and 109 East Baltimore 

[4:3-46] 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Baltimore News Company, (The) Balti- 
more corner South [4:3-48] 

Bond, J. W. &. Co., 404 and 406 East Bal- 
timore [43-48] 

Des-Forges, ^L J., 327 North Charles 
(new and old books) [39-46] 

Cushings & Bailey, ;34 West Baltimore, 
opposite Hanover [43-44] 

Griffin, Curley & Co., 202 East Baltimore 
[43-46] 



w. 



E. C. HARRISON'S 



BOOK, NEWSPAPER AND STA- 
TIONERY EMPORIUM, 

224 East Baltimore Street, above North. 
[43-46] 

Steinmueller. Theo. A., 702 West Balti- 
more [43-36] 

The Baltimore Publishing Company, 106 
East Baltimore [43-46] 

Boots and Shoes. 

Bottomer, Fred. J. A Son, (ladies) 115 
West Saratoga, near Hotel Rennert 
[39-44] 

A UG. DERWART, 

Dealer in 

FASHIONABLE BOOTS & SHOES, 

5:38 S. Eutaw Street, Cor. Lee. 

Custom Work a Specialty. Repairing 
Neatly Done. - [47-40] 

'pHE OLD ESTABLISHED 
CUSTOM BOOT & SHOE HOUSE 

— OF — 

A. H. LEIMKUHLER. 

Still remains at Southeast Cor. Lombard 
and Bond Streets. 

[41 58] 



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Leimkuhler, M. H., 13 South Broadway 

[41-58] 
Ludwig, William F., 743 George [37-36] 


Boilers, Engfines and Machinery 

Pillings' Automatic Steam Engine, G. T. 
Fillings, proprietor and manufacturer. 


C. SIGMUND, 
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES, 

503 South Bond Street. 
[45-58] 


northeast corner Concord and Bowly 
[45-50] 

Boiler Cleaning Compound. 

Lord, Henry W., 204 Hanover [43-44] 

Bottlers. 

Sanders, J. L., 705 South Charles [49-44] 

Telephone 1589-3 
Union Bottling Company, A. R. DeAlba 


pHARLES STEDTLER, 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 
1514 Bank Street. 

Repairing Neatly Done. [45-56] 


& Co., proprietors, 124 South Charles 

^43-44] 
Wlckham, W. J. & Co., 218 and 220 West 

Conway [45-42] 
Wisenauer, J. & Son, 725 West Pratt 

[45-38] 

Brass Foundries. 

Enterprise Brass Works, John W. Lang- 
ley, proprietor, 1530 Thames [49-56 
Riddle & Williams. 124 North Howarc 

[41-42J 


pETER TILMAN, 


BrcAvers arid Maltsters. 


Manufacturer of 

FASHIONABLE BOOTS & SHOES. 

1441 East Fayette Street, Southwest 
Corner Caroline. 

Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. 
[39-56] 


•DERNHARD BERGER'S 

ALBION LAGER BEER BREWERY 

Belvidere Street near Greenmount 
Avenue. 


■^yEIL & SONS, 

Manufacturers of 

Everything in the Shoe Line of the very 

Best Quality and at Bottom Price. 

323 and 325 North Gay Street. 

Hand-Sewed Custom Work a Special 
Feature. [37-50] 


[29-50] 


Brehm, George, Belair avenue extended 
[19-74] 

Central Avenue Malt House, Solomon 
Straus, proprietor, southwest cor. Cen- 
tral avenue and Fawn [45-54] 

Darley Park Brewing Comp'y, H.Straus, 
Bro. & Co., proprietors, Harford road 
[21-58] office, corner North and Sara- 
toga [39-48] 

Eagle Brewery and Malt House, J. H. 


QEORGE E. WEGGEL, 
Manufacturer of 

FINE BOOTS AND SHOES 

321 North Charles Street. 
[39-46] 


Vonderhorst & .Son, proprietors, Belair 

avenue extended [25-66] 
Eigenbrot, Henry, 39 and 41 Wilkins 

[45-20] 
Greenwood Park Brewery, Geo. Bauern- 

schmidt, proprietor, block bounded by 

Belair avenue, Oliver and Chester sts 

[27-62] Telephone 1465 
Gunther, George, cor. Third and O'Don- 

nell. Canton [49-74] 
National l^rewery, J. L. Straus & Bro., 

proprietors, O'Donnell near Third, 

Canton [49-74] 



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Oriental Brewing Co., Charles Schlaffer, 
proprietor, corner Third and Lancaster 
[47-741 

Schreiner, Charles, Harford road ex- 
tended. Darley Park [21-58] 

Star Lager Beer Brewery, S. Helldorfer, 
proprietor, corner Clinton and Lan- 
caster [47-72] 

Vonderhorsl, J. H. & Son, Belair avenue 
extended [23-66] 

Wehr. Hobelmann & Gottlieb, northeast 
corner Hanover and Conway [45-44] 

Wiessner. John F., 1702 North Gay 

[25-64] 

Wiessner, J. F. & Bro., Brewing Com- 
pany, southeast corner First and East- 
ern avenue. Telephone 1177-2. (High- 
landtown) [45-74] 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Burns, Russell & Co., 535 Columbia ave- 
nue [45-:i81 

Classen, H. W. & Co., office, 515 to 521 
South Howard [47-42] Yards, South 
Baltimore, adjoining Riverside Park 

[01-501 

Donnelly, D. & Son. Yards, Oliver and 
Collington avenue [27-62] Fifth avenue 
and Twentyfourth. Office, East Oliver 
near Gay. Down town office, 200 East 
Lexington [41-48] 

Perot, W. H., office 3:3 South Gay [43-48] 
Factory, East Biddle and Loney's Lane 

[29-72] 

Pfister, Joseph H., office, 502 S. Washing- 
ton [45-62] Yard, East Monument 

[.35-74] 

Pitcher & Creager, office, 4 South Paca 
[41-40] Yards. Washington Road ^55-24] 
Telephone 1364-2 

Seymour, Joseph O., office, 805 Scott 
[49-36] Yards, Washington Road near 
railroad crossing [53-26] 

The Carroll Brick Company, president, 
C. J. Baker; secretary. R. J. Baker, 
jr.; office, 5 North Eutaw [41-42] Yards. 
Washington road [ol-IiO] 

The Maryland Brick Company. Direct- 
ors: George M. Bokee, president; John 
F. Adams. John Stewart, David L. 
Bartlctt, J. Wesley Guest, treasurer. 
Telephone connections. Works, East 
Monument f:S5-74| Office, room 1 N. 
W. corner Calvert and Fayette [41-46] 

Weaver & Harman, office, 523 Columbia 
avenue [45-40] Yard, Washington road 
[55-241 adjoining Gwynn's, east side 

Wehr, F. & A., 2UX) Fairmount avenue, 
corner Chester [39-62] Yards. Monu- 
ment and Philadelphia road [:i5-74] 

Wolf, Christian. 1412 E. Lombard [41-56] 
Telephone 227 

IJristle Manul'ac'turers. 

Wilkens. William & Co., 310 West Pratt 
[4:3-42] 



Bricklayer.s and Masons. 

■D HUFNAGEL & SON, 

BRICKLAYERS & BUILDERS, 

:320 South Bond Street, 

[43-58] 

Britannia Ware Manufacturers. 

Klank & Bro., 206 North Calvert [41-46] 

Brokers and Collectors. 

Baltimore Storage and Lighterage Com- 
panv, (ship) 409 Second [43-48] 

Du Val, E. B. & Co.. 20 Holliday. Tele- 
phone ;326-3 [41-48] 

Shallus, Frank H., (custom house broker) 
.55 South Gay [4:3-48] 

Broom & Brush Manufacturers. 

Hirshberg, Hollander & Co., 27 and 110 
West Pratt [43-44] and 130 Hanover 
[43-44] 

Monumental Broom Works, R. Lee 
O'Donovan, proprietor, southeast cor- 
ner Lombard and I-iberty [43-42] 

Builders' Materials. 

Bailey Brothers, 754 West Pratt [43-36] 
Barret, James C, 1901 West Pratt [45-24] 
Davidson, F. H. & Co., 509 West Frank- 
lin [;37-40] 
Duker, Otto & Co., President, Canton and 
Albemarle [45-52] 

ID H. CORSUCH & CO., 

Dealers in 

BUILDERS' AND BLACKSMITHS' 

HARDWARE 

AND WHEKLWKIGHTS' M.\TERI.\LS, 

Corner Gay and Front Streets. 
[:39-50] 

Scherer, John & Son, 808 West Baltimore 

[41.;36] 
Thomas, [oseph & Son, 818 to 832 Lead- 

enhall [49-42] 

Burial Casket Manufacturers. 

Sander, H. & Son, (patent) 1708 and 1710 
Canton avenue [45-58] 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Burning: Fluids. 

Bangert Brothers,(established 1860) south- 
west corner Central avenue and Chew 
[3;3-54J 

Business College. 

Eaton & Burnett, 1 North Charles, corner 
Baltimore [41-44] 

Butchers and Meat Markets. 

Gunning, M. C, northwest corner Penn- 
sylvania avenue and Baker [25-30] 
Hendricks, Paul £.,427 Robert [29-32] 
Mooyer, George, 24 Belair avenue, above 
North avenue [23-66] 

VyiLLIAM T. PFEIFFER, 



CHOICE MEATS, 

314 North Eutaw Street. 

[37-42] 

Button Hole "Worker. 

Tragesser, Adam, 1105 North Central 
avenue, above Chase [31-54] 

Cab Companies. 

Baltimore Cab Company, Baltimore cor- 
ner Light [41-46] 

Standa'd Cab Company, (The) office, Eu- 
taw House [41-40] 

Cabinet Makers & Upholsterers. 

Bockelman, William, jr., 1232 Maryland 

avenue [29-44] 
Duker, Otto & Co., Albemarle, President 

and Canton avenue [45-52] 
Grace, John E., 313 South Caroline 

[45-56] 

QEORGE LEIMBACH & SON, 

— Practical — 

CABINET MAKERS 

AND UNDERTAKERS, 

047 West Pratt Street, bet. Penn and 
Emory Streets. 

Repairing Promptly and Neatly Exe- 
cuted. [45-38] 

Ross, H., 404 Conway [45-40] 



VyiLLIAM NICOLAUS, 
UNDERTAKER & UPHOLSTERER 

Keeps constantly on hand Bureaus, Bed- 
steads, Chairs, Household Furniture, 
Mattresses, Lounges, Etc. Repairing 
and Varnishing. 

1715 Aliceanna St., bet. Broadway and 
Regester Street. 

[47-58] 
Can Manufacturers. 

OYSTER AND FRUIT. 

Emmart, Wightman & Co., 619 and 621 
South Caroline [47-50] 

Kirwan & Tyler, office, 1409 Eastern ave- 
nue [45-56] Spring and Hammond, 
Factory A [45-56] 1608 and 1610 
Thames, Factory B [49-58] Foot of 
Second, Factory C [41-50] 

Carriage and "l^'^agon Manu- 
facturers. 

Baer, John H., 1504 South Light, corner 
Fort avenue [55-46] 

yiTUS DICKE, 

CARRIAGE & WAGON BUILDER, 

202 and 204 North Wolf Street. 

[39-60] 

Also Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing. 

Particular attention paid to Repairing, 
guaranteed to be done in the best style 
All work done prompt and moderate. 



ri H. FOWLER, 



CARRIAGE AND LIGHT WAGON 
MANUFACTURER, 

913 and 915 Booth Street, bet. Poppleton 

and Schroeder. 

[41-34] 

r^HARLES W. HARTMANN, 

CARRIAGE, 

\V.\r,oN .\ND Trlck 
BUILDER, 

Blacksmith and Wheelwright in General. 
Horses Shod Accordmg to the Natural 
Formation of the Foot. 

723 Cannon Street, Cor. Lancaster. 
[47-66] 



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Faulstich, Nicholas, corner Fayette and 
Duncan alley [39-62] 

Fields, W. H., jr.. & 15ro., 814 and 816 
South Paca, corner St. Peter [47-:38] 

Hausch, George, 924 and 926 Green- 
mount avenue, near Eager [;i;3-50] 

Haslup, L. P. & Co., 1420 and 1422 West 
Baltimore [41-80] and 119 South How- 
ard [43-42] 

Holland, Henry, 713 and 715 South Caro- 
line [47-56] 

Inglart, Phillip. 97 and 99 South Wolf 
[41-60] 

Lassahn. John H. C, 940 Columbia ave- 
nue [45-34] 



LEONHARDT 

WAGON MANUFACTURING CO., 

416-18-20 East Saratoga. 
[39-48] 



Mount Royal Carriage Works, William 
B. Boyd, proprietor, 2018 and 2020 Jef- 
ferson Place, corner Second [23-42] 

Necker. Joseph A. & Bro., 1903 East 
Monument [35-60] 

pREDERICK OELMANN, 

COACH AND EXPRESS WAGON 
MAKER, 

German Street ( Second Door East of 
Eutaw). [41-421 

Second-hand Carriages taken at fair 
prices in exchange for new ones. Repairs 
done at the shortest notice and lowest 
possible prices. 

QUINN & HASLUP, 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS, 
4 North Frederick Street. 

New and Second-hand Carriages always 
on hand and for sale cheap. Old Car- 
riages taken in exchange. Repairing 
done in a neat and durable manner at 
moderate prices. All work guaranteed 
as represented. [41-50J 

Schafer. John C, 1023 Ridgely [51-38] 
White, Owen ^i., 510 Clinton avenue 
[37-36] 



T GUIS RICHWIEN, 

MONUMENTAL WAGON WORKS, 

2012 and 2014 W. Pratt Street. 

Repairing promptly attended to. 
[45-24] 



J- 



RICHEV WILSON, 



CARRIAGE AND WAGON MANU- 
FACTURER, 

1049 and 1051 Hillen Street. 
[37-50] 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, Etc. 

Straus, M. L. & Sons, 101, 103, 105 North 
Howard, corner Fayette [41-42] 

JOHN TURNBULL, JR. & CO., 

Importers and Retailers of 

CARPETING, 

No. 20 West Baltimore Street. 
[41-44] 

Yardumian, Elmasian & Co.. 214 North 
Howard, near Lexington [39-42] 

Carpet Cleaners. 

Baltimore Steam Carpet Cleaning Com- 
pany, office, 121 North Greene [41-40] 
Telephone 228-2. A. W. Nolen, man- 
ager. 

Carpenters, Contractors and 
ISuilders. 

Bennett, Benjamin F.,123 South Howard 

[43-42] 
Blanch, John G., southeast corner Ful- 
ton and Lexington avenues [41-26] 
Bowersox, U. M., 1937 Christian [47-24] 
Brown, Albert S., 1116 East Monument 

[a5-54] 
Coster. Tames H., office, 217 North Cal- 
vert [39-46] 
Cowan, John, 106 West Madison [:i:i-44] 
Filbert, Isaac S , (paving) McHenry cor- 
ner Poppleton [4.5-^34] 
Fox, Charles J., 217 North Calvert [:i9-46] 
Geltier, C. F., 127 Richmond [*J-44] 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OV 



WILLIAM FERGUSON & BRO.. 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, 

209 West Clay Street, 

Between Park and Howard Streets. 
[39-42J 

Gorter, A. L. & Co., 301 North Charles 

[39-44] 
Hershman, G. C, residence, 317 South 
Ann [43-60J Shop, 310 South Durham 
Hufnagel, B. & Sons, 819 South Bond 

[49-561 
Houck, George A., 101 Dover [45-441 
Residence, 818 North Fremont avenue 
[33-34] 

T M. KISER & BRO., . 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, 

223 Franklin Street, near Howard. 

[37-42] 

Also Furniture repairing. All orders 
promptly attended to by Postal Card. 

Lister, Thomas S.,rear of Howard Bank, 
Howard and West Fayette [41-42] 

Vy O. LUCAS, 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER, ' 

Jobbing promptly attended to. 

408 West German Street. 

[43-10] 

Residence, 223 West Biddle Street. 

[29-42] 

Markland, Charles H.. 204 Clay [.39-421 
Miller, Conrad, 2016 E. Lombard [41-62] 
Morris, Alonzo D., 122 Richmond [.33-42] 

Jacob Oster. J; T. Oster. 

JACOB OSTER & SON, 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, 

326 South Caroline Street. 

[45-.5G1 

Residence, 242 South Eden Street. 

[43-M] 

Jobbing promptly attended to. 



jT) E. POTTER, 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER, 

313 Clay Street. [-39-42] 
Residence, 2424 Maryland Avenue. 

Estimates furnished for all kinds of work. 

Jobbing Promptly and Neatly 

Executed. 

Ripple, Henry S., 1105 Columbia avenue 

[47-34] Telephone 174-5 
Rudiger, G., 1019 McDonough [31-58] 

CCHCENLEIN & SCHAMBERG&R, 

SHOP : 

17 South Durham Street. 

[41-60] 

Lorenz Schcenlein — Residence. 2007 East 

Jefferson Street [37-62] 

Joseph Schamberger — Residence. 2020 
East Lombard Street [41-62] 

Smith, Eli, 516 First [23-44] Telephone 
1614-3 

JOHN STACK & SONS, 

CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND 

Lumber De.\i,ers, 

Office, 250 West Preston Street. 

Plans and specifications furnished when 
required. Church work a specialty. 

[29-42] 

Wright, Michael, 512 Wilson [29-34] 

Clieiuists and Chemicals. 

Gascoyne, Dr. W. J., (analytical and 
consulting) 36 South Holliday [41-48] 

Lister's Agricultural Chemical Works, 
201 and 203 O'Donnells wharf [45-50] 
Factory and principal office, Newark, 
N.J. 

Slingluff & Co., (manufacturers) 300 West 
Fayette [41-42] 

China, Gla.ss and Queen.swai'e. 

Soberer, Joseph, 2;^4 South Broadway 
[43-,58] 500 and 502 South Broadway 
[45-58] 

Chiropodist. 

P'erry, Dr. C. S., (surgeon and chiropo- 
dist) 4m West Fayette [41-40] 



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Children's Carriages, 

Carriage and Toy Company of Baltimore 
City, George F. Prechtel, president; 
Charles Hilgenberg, treasurer; Edward 
A. Prior, secretary; H. Kraemer, super- 
intendent. 215 West Baliimore [-11-42] 
and 200 and 202 West German [41-42] 



M 



ONUxMENTAI, 

CARRIAGE FACTORY, 



W. L. Jackson, Proprietor, 
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, 

418 West Baltimore Street. 
[41-40] 

Churches. 

Boundry Avenue Presbyterian Church, 
Rev. William Duraiit, pastor, south- 
east corner St. Paul and North avenue 
[25-46] 

St. Wenceslaus Roman Catholic Church, 
East Baltimore st.. Rev. John Jentsch, 
pastor, residence, 1210 East Baltimore 
[41-54] 

Grace Baptist Church, J. B. English, M. 
D., pastor, northeast corner Caroline 
and Preston [29-56] 

Immaculate Conception Church, P. Mc- 
Hale, A. M., pastor, Mosher corner of 
Division [29-34] 

Sacred Heart R. C. Church, Rev. Henry 
L. Urbon, pastor, northeast corner First 
and Aliceanna [47-74] 

St. Alphonus' Church, Rev. S. J. Briehof, 
pastor, northeast corner Park and Sara- 
toga 139-42] 

St. Ann's R. C. Church, Father W. E. 
Bartlett, pastor, northeast corner Third 
and Greenmount avenue [21-50] 

St. Bridget's R. C. Church, Rev. W. L. 
Jordan, corner of Hudson and Canton 
[49-70] 

St. Francis Xavier's R. C. Church, north- 
west corner Calvert and Pleasanf [37-46] 
Father C. J. Giesen, pastor, residence, 
401 Courtland 

St. Ignatius Church and Loyola College, 
southwest corner Calvert and Madison 
[33-46] 

St. James R. C. Church, C. J. Schmidt, 
pastor, 1225 East Eager [33-54] 
^ St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, 
Rev. J. A. Cunningham, pastor, north- 
east corner Howard and Barre [4.5-42] 

St. Lawrence R. C. Church, Rev. John 
Hagan, pastor. Fort avenue, Hull and 
Towsen [59-58] 

St. Leo's Roman Catholic Church, Rev. 
Joseph L. Andreis, pastor, cor. E.\eter 
and Stiles [45-54'| 



St. Mary Star of the Sea R. C. Catholic 

Church, Rev. Peter Mc oy, pastor. 

corner Johnson and Clement [53-48] 
St. Michael R. C. Church, P. l^ausch, 

rector, northeast corner Lombard and 

Wolf [41-60] 
St. Patrick's Roipan Catholic Church, 

John T. Gaitly, pastor, 317 Broadway 

[45-58] 
St. Peter's R. C. Church, Rev. Edward 

McColgan, pastor, HoUins and Popple- 
ton [43-341 
St. Stanislaus Kostka Roman Catholic 

Church, Rev. John Rodowicz, pastor, 

702 South Ann' [47-60] 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Bahlman & Kaufman, 804 South Fre- 
mont avenue [49-38] 

Dulany, Walter & Co., 39 South Gay 
[41-48] Telephone 3^5 

Ehmling. Aug., corner Eutaw and Lom- 
bard [43-42] 

p M. GLASER & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

FINE CIGARS, 

1316 West Baltimore Street, bet. Carey 
and Calhoun. 

[41-30] 

Goodman, R., 1623 East Baltimore 

[41-58] 

Hopper. McGaw & Co., (importers) 220 
and 222 North Charles, opposite Ma- 
sonic Temple [41-44] Telephone 1085 



LOHMEYER BROTHERS & CO. 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS, 
605 East I'altimore Street, Baltimore, Md 



[41-50] 



lyrAGES & CO., 

Jobbers in 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, 

PIPES AND SNUFF. 

740 and 742 East Lombard Street [4^^-50] 
Three doors East of the Bridge. 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Houck. John T., (manufacturer) 939 Lin- 
den avenue [31-42] 

IMencken, Aug. & Bro., (manufacturers) 
28 and 30 South Paca [43-40] Branch 
House, corner Seventh and G north- 
west, Washington, D. C. 

pRANK MIDDENDORF, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

FINE CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF 
PIPES. ETC., 

613 South Charles Street. 
[49-44] 

Mueller, Fred., jr., (manufacturer) south- 
east corner Eutavv and German [41-42] 

Nunzi, L., 861 Franklin, near Fremont 
[37-34] 

"P J. OPPELT & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

FINE CIGARS. 

Imitations of Imported Brands a specialty 

14 North Liberty Street. 

[41-42] W. C. Oppelt, Manager. 

Page, George R., (manufacturer) 604 W. 

Baltimore [41-38] 
Ramas, R. B., (manufacturer) 316 West 

Baltimore [41-42] and Eutaw House 
Rommel, F. A., (manufacturer) north- 
west corner Central avenue and East 

Hoffman [29-54] 
Rossenbrock. C. & Co., (wholesale) 1545 

South Charles [55-46] Warehouse, 217 

South Charles [45-44] 
Schmidt, George C, (manufacturer) n. w. 

corner Eutaw and Camden [45-40] 
Schueler, Henry M., (manufacturer) s. vv. 

corner Lombard and Carey [43-30] 
Schiissele, John P., (manufacturer) 1903 

East Pratt [41-60] 

Cigar Box Manufacturers. 

Bregenzer, Otto, 1001 and 1003 China 

[49-40] 

Fisher, J. Henry, (steam power) 3 East 
Lee [47-44] 

Lurrssen, Charles C, 414 and 416 Con- 
way [45-40] 

Clotli ami Clothing^. 

Frank, M. K. & Co., South Broadway 
corner Canton [45-58] 



Goodman, R.,228 North Howard [39-42] 

(^OODMAN & JONAS, 

^^ boys' and children's 

OUTFITTERS, • 

The only Exclusive Boys' and Children's 
Clothing House in Maryland. 

Northwest Corner Howard and 
Lexington Streets. 

[39-42] 

Oehm's Acme Hall, 5 and 7 West Balti- 
more [41-44 1 

Coal, Coke and "Wood. 

Baker-Whiteley Coal Company, office, 5 
Rialto Building, Second, [43-48] ship- 
ping piers. Ninth avenue. Canton, 
[61-72] B. N. Baker, president. 

Bardroff, Lewis E., office, 2148 Boston 
[47-62] Yard. Boston opp. Aliceanna. 

Telephone No. 136. 
"DENNETT BROTHERS, 

Dealers in 
Coal, Wood, .\nd Connellsville Coke. 

Principal office, 523 North Howard 

Street, opp. Academy of 

Music. [37-42] 

Yard, 1538 Maryland Avenue. [27-44] 

Bewig, Henry, 3303 Essex, corner Leakin 

[47-64] 
Bond, Eugene D. C, 128 to 132 North 

Wolf [39-60] 

"P S. BRADY & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

COAL AND WOOD, 

Office and Wharf Yard, Caroline and Dock 
Streets, Back Basin [49-.56] 

Branch office. Light and Mercer Streets. 
[41-46] 

Orders by Postal Card promptly attended 
to. Telephone No. 225. 

J V. BROOKS & CO., 

Dealers in 

COAL AND WOOD, 

Office and Yard, 210 Albemarle Street. 

[43-52] 
Telephone 975-4. 



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■DROWN BROTHERS, 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Office, 12 North Holliday Street. 
r41-481 

Yards, 105 and 120 Chestnut Street. 
Patent Dumping Carts. 

gURROUGH & CO., 

Dealers in 
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMIN*OUS 

— C O A L — 

^'ard and Main Office, 1518 Maryland 

Ave., above Oliver St. [27-44] 

Branch Office : 

416 North Eutaw Street, below Franklin. 

Telephone No. 1015-2. [37-40] 

Canton Coal and Wood Yard, Lewis E. 
Bardroff, proprietor, office, 2148 Boston 
[45-62] Yards, Boston opposite Alice- 
anna 

Chapman, W. J., office, York and Wil- 
liams [49-40] Yard, Leadenhall and B. 
& O. railroad [53-42] 

Conn, William T. & Co., northwest cor- 
ner North and Madison [3^3-46] 

JOHN C. DISTLER, JR., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

COAL AND WOOD, 

and Importer of Rosendale and Portland 
Cement, Lime, Hair, Plaster, &c. 

Office and Yard; 

Corner Chester Street and Canton Ave. 

Telephone 1524-6. '[45-62] 

Eareckson, William M.,8 South Calhoun 
[43-;30] 

"PAST BALTIMORE 

^ COAL AND WOOD YARD, 

R. Hidden & Co., Proprietors, 

Wholesale & Retail Dealers in all kinds of 

COAL AND W^OOD. 

Office and Yard, 2032 Aliceanna Street. 
[47-62] 

Flaherty & Co., office, yard and mill, cor- 
ner Esse.x and Windsor [45-64] 

Gross, Frederick, corner O'Donnell and 
First, Canton [47-74J 



Hall, Irving A., 921 Warner [49-40] 

W. S. HARRINGTON & SON, 

COAL AND WOOD, 

Office and Yard, 410 West Barre Street. 
[47-40] 



Hill, John, 914 West Pratt [4.5-;i4] 
Hughes, James D., corner of Elliott and 

Robinson, Canton [51-72] Telephone 

982-2 
Kuhn & Gross, yard and office, 619 and 

621 Patterson Park avenue [45-64] 
Lawrence, Arthur F., 1400 Presstman 

[27-30] and 1.5:30 Maryland ave. [27-44] 
Lange, H. B., northwest cor. Gough and 

Central avenue [43-54] 
Lange, Robert, 720 South Caroline [47-56] 
Lee, S. J. & Co., 1013 West Baltimore 

[41-321 
Linthicum, J. B., 517 West Hoffman 

[29-40] 
Martin & Howard, 500 Union [35-38] 
Mason, William A., 255 and 257 South 

Ann [43-60] 
McComas. H. C, offices, 21 South [41-46] 

corner Light Street wharf and Lee 

[47-46] Wharves, York and Johnson 

[49-48] 
Moylan & Johnson, offices, 1117 Cathe- 
dral [31-44] Yard, 60 W.Oliver [27-44] 



JOSEPH H. NORRIS, 

COAL, WOOD AND COKE, 

228 Henrietta Street, 
[49-42] 

Plummer, James, 1205-1207 McElderry 
[37-54] and 906 East Biddle [31-52] 

■n OBINSON & BRO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

ALLL KINDS OF COAL & WOOD. 

Office and Yard, Northeast Corner 

Lombard St. and Central Ave. 
Telephone Call 1316. [41-5 J] 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Prangley, O. & Co., 1616 West Pratt 
[45-38] Telephone 275 

Pullev (te Maxwell, 2:i40 Boston, Canton 
[47:64] 

Radcliflfe, W. W., 1800 West Pratt, cor- 
ner Fulton avenue [45-26] 

T R. ROBINSON, 

Dealer in 
COAL AND \\- O O D , 

672 German Street. 

All kinds of Coal constantly on hand. 

Sawed and Split Wood. All orders 

promptly attended to. 

[41-381 



Rohlfing & Renner, northwest corner 
Monument and Grave§ [35-50] 

Schalitzky & Gumpmann, 1920 McHenry, 
near Monroe [45-24] 

A P. SHUTT & SON, 

Dealers in 

COAL, COKE AND WOOD. 

Principal Office, 102 North Eutaw Street, 
two doors above Fayette [41-42] Coal 
Yard and Office, Maryland Ave., near 
Oliver Street [27-44] 

Telephone No. 729-2. 



CILVERWOOD & SONS, 
COAL DEALERS. 
1068 North Front Street, opposite East. 
[35-50] 

Yard, through to Monument Street, 
West of Forrest. 

Telephone 427-3. 



Simms, J. C, 400 Moore alley [3;i-40] 
t^lattery, John J. i Co., 400 S.Carey, 

corner Ramsev [45-30] 
Sione, J. L., 1040 Arlmgton ave [3:3-32] 

Branch, 13:i3 Greenmount ave [31-50] 
Streckfus, George J., 2909 O'Donnell 

[49-70] 
Thompson, Love & McMahon, office, 

HoUiday and Exchange Place [43-48] 

Yards, corner Aliceanna and Chester 

[47-62] 201 Light and William Street . 

dock [47-46] Telephones 1240 and 1469 
i homas, Sterling W. & Co., northwest 

corner Fayette and Central ave [39-54] 

Telephone 405-3 



Tippett, George R., 1201 North Gilmor, 
corner Winchester [31-28] Residence, 
13:35 North Mount [29-28] 

J BERRY TURNER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

COAL, COKE AND WOOD 

Main Office, 1304 West Franklin Street, 
bet. Carey and Calhoun [37-30] 

Wholesale Yard, 1520 Maryland Avenue. 
Telephone No. 668-3. 

■LJENRY G. YON HEINE. 

Dealer in all kinds of 

WOOD, COAL, COKE, 

859, 861 and 863 Columbia Ave. 

[47-:i4] 

Patent Wagons. Prompt Delivery. 

Telephone Call 174-2. 

Wallace, James F., 1228 and 1230 Ridgely 
[51-36] 

Watts, E. A. & B. M., office, 100 East 
Favette [41-46] Yards, Ostend and 
Warner [53-38] 

Weller, John H.. 546 Union [:3;3-38] 

Wilker. J. H..1717 Chew, bet. Broadway 
and McDonogh [^-58'] 

Willinger & Hebrank, northwest corner 
East 15iddle and Union railroad [31-60] 

Yeaton &Co.. main office, 11 West Sara- 
toga [:39-44] Wharf, foot of Henry 
[49-48] Yard and office, Waverly, 
Baltimore county 

Coopers. 

JOSEPH REAHL, 

Manufacturer of 

CASKS, TANKS, TUBS, BARRELS, 
ETC., 

1928 W. Pratt St., Cor. Goldsmith Alley. 

[45-24] 

All orders promptly attended to. 

Textor. J. C. & Bro., :3in Henrietta 

[49-42] 
Wackerhauser, William G., 9 Frederick 
avenue extended [45-20] 



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•LJENRY C. SCHAFER & CO., 
Dealers in all kinds of 
OLD AND NEW BARRELS. 

Cooper Shop in the Rear of 418 South 
Central Avenue. 

[4.5-541 

Collection IJureaus. 

Glenn, John & Co., rooms 38 and 39, 12 

St. Paul [41-4G] 
Leonard, J. G., 1724 East Baltimore 

[39-58] 

CAMUEL A. PITT, 

No, 1 North Fremont Avenue. 
[41-36] 

COLLECTION BUREAU. 

House Rents and Claims of All Kinds 
solicited. Prompt returns. 

Money Loaned in sums of $5, $10, $15, 
$20 and $25. No Delay. 

Coiniuercial and Mercantile 
Agents. 

Bradstreet Company, American Building, 
southw-est corner Baltimore and South 
[41-46] 

Dun, R. G. & Co., 3 West Baltimore 

[41-44] 

Commission Merchants. 

Funk, W. & Son, 1014 and 1016 South 

Eutaw [49-40] 
Marine, F. E., 118 South Gay [43-48] 
Obrecht, P. Frederick, 1123 Light [53-46] 

Telephone 662 
Rauch, John H. jr. & Co., 1918 Eastern 

avenue [45-60] 

T UKE SWIFT, 

GENERAL 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

And dealer in Flour, Grain Feed, &c., 

2109 Eastern Avenue. 

[45-02] 

Liberal Advance Made on Consignments. 

Coppersmiths. 

Engel, Kirchheiner & Regnier, 1611 
Thames nr Bond [49-56] Telephone 94 



Costiimers. 



•lyrRS. P. GROSSi, 

FRENCH MASQUERADE ROOMS, 

253 North High Street. 
[39-50] 

Comic, Fancy and Party Dresses rented 
or made to order at moderate prices. 

Cotton and "Woolen Mills. 

Druid Mills Manufacturing Company 
office 7 South Gay [41-48] Mills, Wood- 
bury 

Dancing Academy. 

Auer's Dancing Academy, Professor W. 
T. Auer, proprietor, 741 to 745 West 
Baltimore [41-38] 

Dentists. 

■QR. H. X. GALE, 

DENTIST, 

Extracting Teeth by the use of Gas a 

Specialty. Sets of Teeth 

$5 and $10. 

228 North Green Street. 

[39-38] 

Lewis, F. S., southeast corner Cireen and 
Saratoga [37-38] 

■DOSE DENTIFRICE, 

An elegant 

and harmless preparation for cleaning and 

preserving the Teeth, hardening the 

Gums, and perfuming the Breath. 

Prepared only by 

William H, Lotz, 

DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST, 

Corner of Conway and Warner Streets. 

[47-401 

Shagogue, Dr. A. M.,217 South Fremont 
[45-38] 

Distilleries. 

"Orient Distilleries," E. Walters & Co , 
proprietors, office and warehouse, 37 
South (Jay [43-48] Distillery, Canton 

The Ulman Goldsborough Company 41 
South Gay [43-48] 



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Detective & Collection Agency. 

F. H. Abbes. Godfrey Koffenberger. 

Abbes & Koffenberger. 

Central 

DETECTIVE AND COLLECTION 

AGENCY, 

No. 3 South Front Street. 

[41-50] 

Directory Publishers. 

jn L. POLK & CO., 

Publishers of the 

BALTIMORE CITY DIRECTORY, 

And Baltimore 

City Business Directory, 

Benj. R. Sheriff, Manager, 
Office, No. 112 North Charles Street. 

Full and Complete file of Directories 
constantly on hand for the use of our 
Patrons. ' [41-44] 

Doors, Sa*h, Blind.s, Etc. 

Bailey Brothers, 754 West Pratt [45-36] 

Conway Brothers, 413 West Camden 

[45-40] 

Duker, Otto & Co. , President, Canton and 
Albemarle, Canton and Central avenues 
Pratt, Exeter and Stiles [45-54] 

Dumler, George M., 123 Commerce 

[43-46] 

Heise, Bruno & Co., 600 South Caroline, 
corner Canton avenue [45-56] 

Miller, John B., corner First avenue and 
Gough [43-74] Telephone 193-3 

Tinley, Phillip J., northwest corner Can- 
ton avenue and President [45-52] 

Richardson, Walter P., 755 West Pratt 

[45-36J 

Ringsdorf & Houff, 1944 Frederick avenue 
[43-24] 1 elephone 389 

Scherer, John & Son, 808 to 810 West 
Baltimore [41-36] 

Drain and Sewer Pipe. 

Classen, H. W. & Co., 515 South Howard 

[47-421 
Hoopes, E. D., 1224 Pennsylvania avenue 

[31-36] 

DresHed Beef. 

Baltimore Beef Company, corner Pratt 

and Commerce [4.5-48] 
Swift, G. F. & E. C, 300 and 302 South 

Eutaw [45-40] W. J. Merrill, manager. 

Chicago Dressed Beef 



Druggists. 

Becker, Henry C, 1002 Harford avenue 

[:j;3-52] 

Benson's Market Pharmacy, P. V. Ben- 
son, M. D., proprietor, 1047 HoUins 
corner Arlington avenue [43-32] 

Christ, John A., 614 Patterson Park ave- 
nue, corner Essex [47-64] 



CHARLES H. DOELLER, 

PHARMACIST, 

Corner Broadway and Eager Street. 
[3:3-.58] 

Englar, Kite & Co., 40 South Howard 
[41-42] (wholesale) 

Fairbanks & Watts, corner Orleans and 
Chester [37-62] 

German, J. W., southwest corner Mon- 
ument and Bond [35-58] southeast cor- 
ner St. Paul and Second [23-46] 

E. B. FISHER, 

PHARMACEUTIST, 

FAYETTE AND ANN STREETS. 
[39-60] 



Grauel, Fred., 212 East Cross [51-46] 
Highlandtown Pharmacy, W. C. Fink, 

proprietor, 226 Eastern avenue extended 

[45-74] 

'pHEODORE HINRICHS. 

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, 

1737 West Pratt Street. [45-26] 

Specialties. Hinrich's Aromatic Squill 
Drops, American Tonic Bitters, Dr. Von- 
Senden's Fennel Honey Extract, Marp- 
mann's Microscopical Bacteria Prepara- 
tions. 

Jimenez, Lino J., southwest corner Eden 

and Eager [;i3-.54] 
Schroeder, H., 4;W I'ownsend [25-50] 
Sticka, Joseph, 1110 Wolfe [31-60] 
Wegefarth & Co., 629 Ensor [:i5-52] 
Winsinger, H , 1400 Washington, corner 

Belair avenue [29-62] 
Wolf Brothers, cor. Broadway and Bank 

[45-58] branch store corner Eastern 

avenue and Chester [45-62] 



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E. J. Laroque. R. B. Laroque. 

LAROQUE'S PHARMACY. 
Laroque's Floraiine Tooth Wash, 
Laroque's Bronchial Syrup, 
Dr. Bizourd's Cholera Mi.xture, 
Improved Elixir of Calisaya Bark. 

Corner Pratt and Chester Streets. 
[41-62] 

r^ D. PASSAPAE, 

PHARMACIST, 

1601 Frederick Avenue, corner Baltimore 
and Gilmor Streets. 

[41-26] 

T GUIS SCHULZE, 

PHARMACIST, 

2102 East Monument Street. 
[a5-62] 
'Prescriptions accurately compound- 



ed at all hours of the 
night or day. 

Connected with Telephone Exchange. 

Dry Good-s and Notions. 

Hofmayer, J., 1411 W. Baltimore [41-30] 
Lauer, Lewis, southeast corner Gay and 
East [37-50] 

U OHRMANN, 

Fashionable 

MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, 

Hosiery and Notions, 

307 South Broadway. - [45-58] 

Fancy Worsted Work Done to Order. 
Orders Promptly Filled. 

Dyeing and Scouring. 

^y p. CHENOWETH, 

DYEING, SCOURING, 
ALTERING AND REPAIRING, 
229 North Howard Street. 
[41-42] 
Suits cleaned and pressed for$l. Pants 25c. 
Coats 50c. Yests 25c. Goods called for 
and delivered. Telephone Call 678-2. 
Creutzer, Gustav, 29 South Schroeder 

[41-.^] 



Hartmann, Aug., 328 South Bond [4o-56J 

Leimbach Steam Laundry and Dye 

House, 220 South Broadway [4:i-.58] 

pRED. G. LINCK, 

City Hall Steam Dyeing and 
SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, 

305 East Fayette Street. 

[41-48] 

Branch Office, 815 Lexington Street. 

Leimbach, Mrs. H., 220 South Broadway 
[43-58] 

O MUELLER, 

French Steam Scouring and 

DYEING E S TA B L I S H M E N T 

106 North Liberty. 
Between Fayette and Lexington Streets. 

[41-42] 

Suseraihl, T. B., 1506 Gough [4.3-56] 

Electric Light Companies. 

The Brush Electric Company, rooms 1 
and 2. No. 11 South [41-46] Station .510 
East Monument [3.5-50] 

The Waterhouse Electric Company. Of- 
ficers: Howard Munnikhuysen, presi- 
dent ; Robert R. Zell, vice president 
and general manager; A. J. Myers, 
superintendent and electrician. Di- 
rectors — C. D. Fisher, of Gill & Fisher; 
Robert R. Zell, mechanical engineer; 
Henry S. Zell, president Zell Guano 
Company, treasurer; William R. Pope, 
electrician ; Albert L. Gorter, r?al es- 
tate; Howard Munnikhuysen, attorney 
at law ; F. G. Waterhouse, general 
manager Waterhouse Electric and Man- 
ufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Office and station. 209. 211 and 213 
O'Donnell's wharf [4.5-.'50] 



A 



MERICAN 



ELECTRIC COMPANY 

OF B.\LTIMORE CITY, 

Chamber of Commerce, Room 21. 
[41-46] 
Capital Stock, $.300,000. 
Officers andl)irectors: Thomas J. Shry- 
rock, president; William A. Dunn, vice 
president and general manager; John H. 
Fowler, treasurer: Francis P. Stevens, 
attorney and counsellor; Calvin Whiteley. 
secretary; Wm. H. Crawford, Robt. Tur- 
ner, Solomon Straus. 



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Kmij^rant Agent. 

Leimbach, G., 230 South Broadway 

[43-58] 

Kugineers and Machinists. 

Basshor, Thomas C. & Co.. office 28 Light 
[43-46] Boiler works, York and William 

Engine and Machine .Manufact'g Works, 
E. Frank & Son, proprietors, 642 to 646 
West Pratt [45-38] 

JOHN R. MITCHELL. 

ENGINEER AND MACHINIST, 

Foot of Washington Street. 

[47-(i2] 

Repairs of all Kinds executed with 
neatness and dispatch. Manufacturer of 
Light Machinery. Can Makers' Tools a 
Specialty. 

Fillings, G. T.,227 Concord corner Bowly 
[45-50] 

pHARLES ZIES. 

ENGINEER AND MACHINIST, 

Nos. 318 and 320 South Fremont Avenue. 

145-38] 

Telephone Call 581-4. 

Steam Engines, Brewers', Butchers' 
and all other Machinery Built and Re- 
paired in the best manner. 

Express & Transfer Companies. 

Adams Express Company, John Q. A. 
Herring, ra'g'r, 21 E.Baltimore [41-46] 

C BANKS' EXPRESS 

Will deliver baggage to all parts of the 
city or country. 

Baggage and freight delivered to all 
depots and steamboat wharves. 

Trunks, Boxes and Barrels 25 cents. 

Everything under 25 lbs. 10 cents. 

Furniture carefully removed by skillful 
hands at the most reasonable terms. 

Orders left at Beam's Drug Store, cor- 
ner Charles Street and Boundary Avenue, 
promptly attended to. 

Residence, 181fl Guilford Place. 
[25-48] 

Between Townsend Street and Boundary 
TVvenue. 



Baltimore Transfer Express Companj- 
Geigan & Co., proprietors, 217 East 
Baltimore [41-46] 

Barnes, William H., 926 Druid Hill ave- 
nue [33-38] Telephone 438-2 



Vy BEVERLY, 

EXPRESS FOR HIRE, 

1810 Union Street. 

Furniture and Baggage carefully re- 
moved to all parts of the City or Coun- 
try. Washing hauled. Carpets cleaned 
and neatly laid at moderate prices. House 
and Cellar cleaning. Orders by postal 
promptly attended to. [33-48] 

Bo'.tey, A. C, 11 South Carrollton ave- 
nue [41-30] 

Merchants' Parcel Delivery Company, 
W. F. C. Gerhardt, manager, 7, 9 and 
11 Hopkins' Place, Sharp and Balti- 
more [41-42] 

Riggal, Adam, 125 South Schroeder 

[45-34] 

CELLERS' BAGGAGE EXPRESS, 

426 North Calvert Street [37-46] 
THE CHEAPEST IN THE CITY. 

A. Sellers, Proprietor. 

Baggage carried to any part of the City, 
Steamboats or Railroad Depots. Baggage 
carefully handled. First-class Carriages 
furnished at all times. Telephone Call. 

Smith & Murray, 540 West Townsend 
[31-36] Telephone 1519-4 

QEORGE F. WHITING, 

1812 Thames Street [47-58] 

WAGONS AND HORSES 

For Hire to do all kinds of Hauling, Light 
and Heavy Timber, Machinery, Etc. 

j:^^ Telephone to No. 396 for Wagons. 

Extension Table Manufacturers 

Siehler, J., 405 and 407 West Barre 

[47-40] 

Fertilizers. 

Baker, R. J. & Co., 40 and 42 S. Charks 
[43-44] Factory, Locust Point 



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G. Ober & Sons Company of Baltimore 
City, factory. Locust Point ; office. 
Marine Bank, corner Gay and Second 
[43-48] 

Lister's Agricultural Chemical Works, 
successors to Lister Brothers, 201 and 
208 O'Donnell's wharf [45-50] 

Roloson Brothers, 2038 to 2042 Frederick 
avenue [43-24] 1525 West Baltimore; 
Branch, Carrollton. Telephone 9'.t5-2 

Shngluff & Co., 300 West Fayette [41-42] 

Fire Brick 3Ianiifaclurers. 

Baltimore Retort and Fire Brick Com- 
pany, 20 South Gay [41-48] Factory, 
Locust Point 

Classen. H. W.& Co., 515 South Howard 
[47-42] 

Florists and Gardeners. 

Eraser, William, 1744 North Gay [25-04] 



C . C . HOFFMAN, 

FLORIST, 

29 Madison Avenue Extended. 



[23-82J 



Schmidt, Robert, store, cor. West Pratt 
and Smallwood [45-22] Greenhouses, 
315 Frederick avenue extended [45-20] 

Scott, Alex., Chestnut Hill Nursery, 
Waverly [11-50] Two and a half miles 
from City Hall, Baltimore. York road 
passenger railway cars pass within 300 
yards of the greenhouses 

Vincent, Richard sr., 1734 East Pratt 

[45-26] 

Flour, Feed, Hay, Grain, Etc. 

Ahern, Dauiel. 402 and 404 South Ches- 
ter [45-«2] 

Boggs, William H. & Co., 750 and 752 
North Eutaw [;35-42] 

Breeback, A. Charles, northwest corner 
Eastern avenue and Ann [45-60] 



JOHN HORST & SON, 

Dealers in 

GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, 

HAY, STRAW, EIC, 

504 South Central Avenue. 

All orders will receive prompt attention. 
[45-54] 



Hausenvald, J. H. A: Son, 713 Pennsyl- 
vania avenue [35-^38] Telephone 1501-2 

Helldorfer, F. C, 2218 and 2222 East 
Fayette [39-04] 

Lapp, H., 2223 Pennsylvania ave [25-30] 

p MEGENHARDT, 

CITY CORN MILL, 

Manufacturer of Corn Meal, Corn Chop, 
Rye Chop, Buckwheat Flour, Etc. 

New Nos. 636 and 638 West Pratt Street. 

Telephone 646. [45-38] 



Obrecht, P. F., 1123 Light [53-46] 

Peddicord, G. T., 2014 Frederick avenue 
[45-22] 

Radcliffe, W. W., 1800 West Pratt, cor- 
ner Fulton avenue [45-26] 

Ranch, John H. jr. & Co., 1918 Eastern 
avenue [45-60] 

Schwartz, Frederick, 125 South Gilmor, 
corner Pratt [4.5-28] 

Singleton, Phil. & Bro., loS Ridgely,cor. 
West [51-38] 

J^ICHARD C. WELLS, 

FLOUR; GRAIN, 

FEED, HAY, ETC., 

1706 and 1708 E. Lombard Street. 

Telephone 1261. [41-58] 

Foot Heaters. 

Herr, Mathews, 1752 East Lombard 

[41-58] 

Free Library. 

The Enoch Pratt Free Library of Balti- 
more City, Mulberry and Cathedral 

[37-44] 

Fruits and Preserves. 

Stadelman & Co., (packers) 514 South 
Eutaw [47-42] 

Funeral Directors an«l Under- 
takers. 

Andrews, Jonn J., 417 North Eutaw 

[37-42] 

Blotkamp, William, 1704 West Pratt 

[45-26] 

Boadley, Henry, 502 Orchard 

[;«-401 



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Bockelman, William jr., 1232 Maryland 

avenue [29-44] 
Byrne, J. P., 302 North Gay [39-501 and 

226 North Front 
Cook, Joseph B., 1008 West Baltimore 

i.41-32] Telephone 1027 

H^T A. DAIGER, 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR, 

Office and Residence, 229 S. Broadway. 
[43-58] 
Telephone Call 1.311. 
John A. Daiger, Practical Embalmer. 

Fahey, Martin & Sons, 606 and 608 West 
Townsend [31-34] Telephone 495 

Fink, N. & Co., 1820 West Pratt [45-26] 
Telephone 1139-2 

France, G., southeast corner Bank and 
Wolfe [43-60] 

Crace, John E., 313 South Caroline 

[45-56] 

Herwig, John, 2008 Orleans [37-62] Tel- 
ephone 1398 

Hough, John E. & Co., 1422 Pennsylva- 
nia avenue [31-34] Telephones 1455-2 
and 1455-6 

Leimbach, George & Son, 647 West Pratt 
[45-38] 

Mears, Henry W. 413 East Fayette 

[41-48] 

Nicolaus, William, 1715 Aliceanna [47-58] 

-Owens. John H. jr., 502 Pearl [37-38] 

Ross, H., 404 Conway [45-40] 

Sander, H. & Son, 1708 and 1710 Canton 
avenue [45-58] 

-Sorrell & Handy, 461 Cross [51-40] 

Stewart & Mowen, 217 Park ave [39-42] 
Telephone connection 

Tickner. William J. & Sons, 221 South 
Eutaw [45-42] 1 elephone 1058-2 

Wiedefeld, H. C., 916 Greenmount ave- 
nue im-mi 

Furniture and Piano Movers. 

Sjoltey, A. C, 11 South Carrollton ave- 
nue [41-32] 
Kiggal, Adam, 125 South Schroeder 

[43-34] 

Furniture and Carpets. 

Banks. Morton D.,3 North Gay [41-48] 

Cruden, James & Son, 588 and 51K) Biddle 
[:^i-:38] 

Murphy, F. J., 415 and 417 West Balti- 
more [41-40] 

iKeising' r, William & Son, 612 Columbia 
• f45-:iH] 611 and 623 Portland [45-38] 
Telephone 1480 



Q F. MEISLAHN & CO., 

Manufacturers of Plain and Artistic 

FURNITURE 

of every description. Sculptors and De- 
signers. Fine Wood Carving 
a Specially. 

Repairing and Renewing Fine Furni- 
ture Satisfactorily at Liberal Prices. Will 
manufacture Plain and Fine Mantels. 
Doors, Screens & all Interior Housework. 

226 North Howard Street. 

[41-42] 

222 North Clav Street. 

[39-42]' 

Scherer, Joseph, 234 South Broadway 
[43-58] "500 and 502 South Broadway 
[45-58] 

Straus, M. L. & Sons, 101 to 105 North 
Howard, corner Fayette [41-42] 

Gas Companies. 

Consolidated Gas Company of Baltimore 
City, office. 19 South [41-48] John W. 
Hall, president; L. R. Smoot, secretary; 
Charles F. Peregoy, treasurer 

Chesapeake Gas Company, 31 West Balti- 
more [41-44] 

Glass Manufacturers. 

Emory & Co., 142 West Fayette [41-44] 
Swindell Brothers, 10 East Lombard 

[43-46] 

Glass Cutters. 



Established 1856. 

ERNEST A. WOLF, 

ORNAMENTAL GLASS CUTTER, 

218 Clay Street, below Howard, 
[39-42] 

ARTIFICIAL GLASS EYES RE- 
POLISHED & FITTED WITH 
NEATNESS & DISPATCH. 

Groceries aiul Provisions. 

Boggs, William H. & Co., 750 and 752 
North Eutaw [33-42] 

Boy Ian, W. H., northeast corner Chase 
and Ensor [31 -.52] 

Ehrman, Lewis, 15.'i5 Nicholson corner of 
Towson [55-60] 

Funk, W. & Son, 1014 and 1016 South 
Kutaw [49-10] Tekphone 1407-3 

Gunning, M. C, 2300 Pennsylvania ave- 
nue, corner Baker [25-30] 



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QEORGE HEER,, 

Dealer in 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES 
AND LIQUORS, 

S. W. Corner Charles and Barre Streets. 
[47-44] 

Hendricks, Paul E , 427 Robert [27-34] 
Hopper, McGaw & Co , (importers) 220 
and 222 N. Charles, opposite Masonic 
Temple [39-44] Telephone 1085 

p \V. KNOCH'S 

LAGER BEER SALOON AND 

FAMILY GROCER, 

1104 and 1106 Towson Street, 

Locust Point. 

[55-GO] 

Kroeber. Charles A., (wholesale and re- 
tail) 1704 East Lombard [41-58] 
Lindsay, W. W., 434 North Gilmor 

[37-281 

A J. LIGHTNER, 

Dealer in 

FINE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, 

COUNTRY PRODUCE, 

SELECT I'OULTRY, GAME AiND OYSTERS, 

Southwest Corner Maryland Avenue and 
Preston Street, [29-44] and 1135 Green- 
mount Avenue. [31-50] 

McClellan, J. Edwin, northeast corner 

Lee and Warner [47-40] 
Mormann, Henry, 612 South Broadway 

[45-58] 
Murphy, Richard, 400 East Federal 

[27-48] 

HTHOS. F. MYERS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

— FINE T E A S — 

STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, 

126 Hanover, near Pratt Street, 
Telephone Call 262-6. [43-44] 



Reese, Thomas M. & Sons, 99 N. Charles 

[41-44] 
Roloson Brothers, 1525 West Baltimore 

[41-28] 2038 to 2042 Frederick avenue 

[43-24] Branch, Carrollton [47-105 

Telephone 995-2 
Sanborn, F. W., ;i42 West Preston L31-40J 
Sander, H. D., 444 Conway [45-40] 



CCHEU & FUCHSLOCHER, 

(Successors to C. W. A. New,) 
Dealers in 

GROCERIES, FLOUR, FISH, SALT 
AND GERMAN PRODUCE, 

409 South Bond Street. 
[45-56] 



Schwartz, Frederick, 125 South Gilmor, 
corner Pratt [45-28] 

Sommerwerck, Rudolph, 714 S. Broad- 
way [47-58] 

Schoenewolf, Jno., (wholesale) 1400 and 
1402 William [53-46] 

Sutherland, J. B., 140 Ann [41-60] 



"P WEAL, 

MANHATTAN PALACE GROCERY 

And Meat Market, 

1101 Columbia Avenue, corner Cross_ 
[47-34] 

Ziefle, John, 256 South Ann [43-(X)] 
Harness & Saddle 3Iaiiufac'turerȴ 

yi W. HERMAN, 

Manufacturer of 

SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, 

Valises, Collars, Whips, Robes, 

Blankets, Etc., 

401 North Howard Street, 

Corner Mulberry. [37-42J 

Repairing of all kinds. 

Good Work. Low Prices. 



Muller Brothers, 1711 Aliceanna [47-58] 
Shriner, John P.. agent, 325 West Balti- 
more [41-42] 



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Hardware and Cutlery. 

AX/'ILLIAM KOLBE, 
Dealer in 

FiARDWARE, CUTLERY, 

MECHANICS' TOOLS. ETC. 

2101 Fayette Street, Southeast Corner of 
Chester. 

[30-62] 



Leutner, Henry, 814 South Ridgely 

[49-38] 

PD. RENNEBURG, 

Dealer in 
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, 

AND MECHANICS' TOOLS 

And Manufactuier of Canning House 
Outfits, Iron Railings, Etc. All kinds 
of Blacksmith Work done neatly. 

1917 and 1919 Aliceanna St.. bet. Wash- 
ington and Wolf. [47-62] 

Rising Sun House I'urnishing Co., Joseph 
Scherer, proprietor, 2;y [43-.58J 500 and 
502 South Broadway [4.5-58] 

Hatters. 



pHARLES BERT, 

IHE LEADING HATTER, 

Manufacturer of 

Hats, Caps, Straw Goods and Umbrellas, 

715 West Baltimore Street. 
[41-36] 

p KRAHNERT & SON, 

Dealers in 

HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, ETC. 

620 South Broadway, 
Between Canton Ave, and Aliceanna St. 

Best Goods at Lowest Prices. 

[45-58] 

Singewald "The Hatter,'' 1408 West 
Baltimore [41-30] 



H . N I E D , 

F A S H I O N A BL E H A T T E R , 

New No. .526 South Broadway [45-.58] 
Old No. 175 S. Broadway. 

Hides ami Tallow. 

Wilcox, L. E., 22 North McKim [33-50] 
Horseshoers. 

Fields, W. H. jr., & Bro., 814 and 816 S. 
Paca, corner St. Peter [47-38] 

Heagerty, Michael, 1123-25 West Balti- 
more [43-32] and 527 West Lombard 
[43-40] 

lyfAGEE & ECKERT, 

Successors to R. Giimore, 

PRACTICAL HORSESHOERS, 

404 South Central Avenue, bet. Bank 

and Eastern Avenue. 

[45-54] 

C MORRISON, 

PRACTICAL HORSESHOER, 

19 South Paca Street, corner Cider Alley. 
[41-40] 

Special attention given to Driving and 
Track Horses. 

O ICMARD NORTON & CO., 

PRACTICAL HORSESHOERS, 

323 South Howard Street. 
[45-42] 

Horses Shod according to Nature ami 
kept in Natural Position. 



Horse aiul Cattle Powders. 

Foutz, I). E., 1409 Rice [35-:W] 



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71 



Horse Infirmary. 

Barron, Th«mas F., 1052 Argyle avenue, 
near Hoffman [35-36] 

Hospitals and Asylums. 

Home Hospital, Mrs. S. J. Macelroy, 
proprietress, 1905 Druid Hill avenue 
[27-34] 

St. Vincent's Infant Asylum, Division 
corner Townsend [31-30] 

Hotels. 

Academy Hotel, M. Adler, proprietor, 
northwest corner Franklin and How- 
ard [37-42] 

Barnum's Hotel, southwest cor. Calvert 
and Fayette [41-46] 

Brook's Hotel, H. |. Brooks, proprietor, 
211 East Fayette "[41-40] 

CarroUton Hotel, southeast corner Balti- 
more and Light [41-4G] 

Emigrant House, William Koether, pro- 
prietor, 1108 I'owson, Locust Point 

[55-62] 

Eutaw House, Charles S. Wood, man- 
ager, Eutaw corner Baltimore [41-42] 

Fulton House, David McCauley, proprie- 
tor, Patterson avenue corner Monroe 

[33-26] 

<aiy's Hotel, corner Calvert and Court 
House lane [41-46] 

Hottl Buffet, Arthur DeAtley, proprie- 
tor, northwest corner Eutaw and Pratt 
[45-42] 

Hotel Kt-nnert, Robert Rennert, proprie- 
tor, southeast cor. Saratoga and Lib- 
erty [39-42] 

Howard House, C. S. Wood, manager. 
North Howard near Ijaltimore [41-42] 

INTERNATIONAL. 

322 North Calvert Street, near Saratoga. 

Aug. Zetsman, Proprietor. 

Single Rooms at 25 and .50 cents per 
night. By the week at moderate prices. 

Restaurant attached. Choice brands of 
Cigars and Tobacco always on hand. 

[39-46] 

jyriLLER'S HOTEL, 

IsA.\c S. LAMnERi). Proprietor. 

Kates, $1.50 Per Day. Newly Furnished 
Throughout. Centrally Located. 

Cor. Paca and German Streets. 
[41-40] 



Maltby House, 20 East Pratt [45-44] 
Mansion House, 38 East Fayette [41-4^3] 



MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, 



Mount Vernon Place. 



Jas. E. Ci.akke, 

[35-44] 



Manager. 



Saratoga House, Conway & Hooper, pro- 
prietors, Howard cor. Saratoga [39-42] 

St. Charles Hotel, 14-37 North Charles 

[27-44] 

St. James Hotel, John S. Crowther, 
manager, North Charles corner Centre 
[37-44] 

"The Clarendon,' J. F. Darrow, pro- 
prietor, cor. Hanover and Pratt [45-44] 



1' H E WHITE HOUSE, 

P. Kearney, Proprietor. 

321 South Howard St., between Camden 
and Conway. 



[4.5-42] 



\v'illey's Patterson Park House, William 
F. M. Willey, proprietor. 14 South Pat- 
terson Park avenue [41-64] 

House Furnisliing: Goods. 

T\7'ILLIAM RANKLE, 

Dealer in 

FURNITURE AND STOVES, 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Ac. 

21 Pearl Street [41-;381 

and 
[41-38] 605 W. Baltimore Street. 



Reisinger, William & Son. 611 and 62-3 
Portland [45-38] and 612 Columbia ave- 
nue [45-;i^l 

Rising Sun House Furnishing Company, 
Joseph Schfrer, proprietor. 2:i4 [ii-581 
.tOO and 502 South Broadway [45-58] 



BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



QHARLES J. ROBINSON, 

SI.CCES50R TO JOSHLA ROBINSON, 

Wholesale Manufacturer and Dealer in 

TIN & JAPANNED WARE, 

Stoves & Housekeeping Goods in General' 

419 West Baltimore Street, 

Between Eutaw and Paca Streets. 

[-tl-40J 

Ice Cream Manufacturers. 

jDOOTH'S 

CHALLENGE ICE CREAM, 

in 5 and 10 Gallon Lots, 80 cents per Gal. 

Also Cake Cream neatly wrapped and 
convenient to carry, 350 cents per 100 
cakes, a specialty. 

CHARLES C. BOOTH, 

1620 E. Pratt Street. [43-58] 
Telepbone 1517-3. 

Ice Dealers. 

Biermiller, John, (Kennebec river ice) of- 
fice, 314 South Paca [45-40] ice houses 
foot of Haines [57-38] 

Consumers' Ice Company, A. Fenneman, 
proprietor. Spring Garden, Ranstead 
wharfs [55-38] 



J. H. .^ A. 1-. DUMLER, 

ICE DEALERS, 

•2003 and 2005 East Federal Street. 
[27-62] 

Independent Ice Company, A Fenneman, 
proprietor, Lancaster corner of Eden 
and Spring [47-54] 

CUMWALT ICE COMPANY, 

(ed. j. green, proprietor,) 

BOSTON AND MAINE ICE, 

Office and Depot: 

Mullerry Street near Howard. 

[37-42] 



Susquehanna Ice Company, W. P. Wax- 
ter, proprietor, 103 Dover [4.5-44] 

The Cochran-Oler Ice Company, (Ken- 
nebec river ice) central office, Herald 
Building [41-44] Telephone 979 

Insurance. 



E. B. DU VAL & CO., 

INSURANCE AGENTS AND 

BROKERS, 

20 South Holliday Street, [41-48] 

Telephone 326-3 



GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

Rud. Garrigue, President, 

Hugo Schumann, V.-Pres't & Sec'y, 
A. J. Woodworth, General Agent. 

Baltimore Branch Office: 

No. 11 Chamber of Commerce Building, 

South Holliday Street Front. 

[41-48] 

Telephone No. 293. [41-48] 

Charles L'allemand, Manager. 



John Hancock Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany of Boston, W. S. Zimmerman, 
superintendent, northwest corner Balti- 
more and Charles, Second floor front 
[41-44] 

MARYLAND FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY OF Baltimore, 

Incorporated 1858. 
W. R. Barry, Pres't. J. M. Beck, Sec'y- 

Maryland Building. 

Northeast Corner Second Street and Post 

Office Avenue. 

[41-48] 



Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 
Arthur Prangley, superintendent, 1511 
East Baltimore [41-50] 

National Fire Insurance Company of Bal- 
timore, W. C. Jenness, president, north- 
west corner Holliday and Second 

[41-481 

The People's Benefit Association of 
>Iaryland, A. Kirkland Weeks, secre- 
tary. Home office, Potomac Building, 
21 Post Office Avenue [41-18] 



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HTHE EQUITABLE ENDOWMENT 
■*■ .ASSOCIATION, 

Industrial Branch, 

Home Office, No. C05 F Street northwest, 
Washington, D C. 

Maryland Office, No. 217 North Calvert 
Street, Baltimore, Md. 

L39-40] 

Al'GUST RODER, STATE AGENT. 



Iron and Steel Manuiacturer.s. 

■ENTERPRISE IRON WORKS. 

J. VERNON CAMPBEI L, 

Manufacturer of 

C A S 1' I N G S 

For Builders, Machinists and City Pass- 
enger Railways, 

Corner Aliceanna and Eden Streets. 

[47-54] 

Good Work Guaranteed. 

Hetzell, John G. & Son, 225 North How- 
ard [39-42] 

Lanahan, Dennis jr., 1019 and 1021 South 
Ridgely [49-38] 

The L. H. Miller Safe and Iron Works, 
bounded by Warner, Claret, Henrietta 
and Fremont streets [49-40] Office, 24 
West Baltimore [41-44] 

Variety Iron Works, Louis Brecht, pro- 
prietor, 105 Franklin [37-44] 

Walz, John & Co., 885-7-9 Greenmount 
avenue, near Eager [33-50] 

Iron, Metal-s, Paper Stock, &c. 

Broderick Brothers, 608 to 014 West 
Pratt [43-38] 

pRANK R. BOHAGER, 
Dealer in 

RAGS, ROPE, IRON, BRASS, COP- 
PER, PEWTER, LEAD, &c.. 

No. 1218 Bank Street. 
[45-54] 
Bottles bought and sold, and delivered 
to any part of the city free of charge. 



Japanners. 

Ronemous & Co., 211 and 213 Clay 

[39-42] 

Junk Dealers. 

Bohager, Frank R., 1218 Bank [45-54] 



Justices of the Peace. 

Carrick, Andrew F., 083 West Baltimore 

[41-38] 
McCawley, William, 70G West Baltimore 

[41-36] 
Hobbs, C. M.. Central District Police 

Station [39-48] 

Kainit Importers. 

Kerr, Alexander, Bro. & Co., 303 Ex- 
change Place [43-48] 

Kindling: AVood M;inufaeturers. 



A J. REEDER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

ALL KINDS OF FIRE WOOD, 

Also Manufacturer of Kindling Wood. 

Mill at Wharf foot of Cross Street, 
South Side Basin. 



Telephone 31. 



[51-50] 



Steam Kindling Wood Mills, George J. 
Streckfus, proprietor, 2909 O'Donnell 

[49-^0] 

Ladies' Hat 3Ianufacturers. 

Wilson, Frank & Horner, factory, 104 
West Lexington [39-421 wharehouse, 
204 West Baltimore [41-42] 

Lamps, Chandeliers, «Src. 

Bangert Brothers, southwest corner Cen- 
tral avenue and Chew [33-54] Estab- 
lished 1860 

Lard lleliners. 

Cassard, G. & Son, 517 to 525 West Balti- 
more [41-40] 504 to 508 West German 
[41-40] 

Laundries. 

Brextdn Laundry, 917 Linden avenue 

[31-42] 



jPMPIRE STEAM LAUNDRY, 
Fayette and Front Streets. 



Telephone 57'9-3. 



[41-50] 



Goods called for and delivered free in, 
all parts of the city. 



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<".lobe Steam Laundry, George A Du- 
breuil & Co.. proprietors, 527 West Hal- 
timore and 528 West German [41-40] 
Leimbach's Steam Laundry and Dye 

House, 220 South Broadway [43-58] 

The People's Steam Laundry, C. A. Wy- 

sonsr. proprietor, 310 North Howard 

[37-421 
LaAvyers. 

Dawkins, Walter L. 1 St. Paul [41-46] 



Wni. J. O' Brien. Wm. J. O'Brien, Jr. 

O'BRIEN & O'BRIEN, 

LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICES 

118 East Fayette Street, bet. Calvert 
and St. Paul [41-46] 

Special Correspondents throughout the 
United States and Canada. 

Robinson, L. H. jr., 1618 Bank [45-58] 
Stewart, Hyland P., 301 St. Paul [39-46] 
Walter, John \V., office, 213 North Cal- 
vert [41-46] 

Leal Tobjicco. 

Mencken, Aug. & Bro., 28 and 30 South 
Paca [41-40] 

Leather and Shoe Findings. 

Vnlker. George J., 2231 Pennsylvania ave. 
[27-30] 

Licorice, Extracts, Etc. 

■^'cung, J. S. & Co., limited, (Baltimore 
Mills), cor. Boston and Elliott [51-68] 

Linte, Phister, Cement, Etc. 

Classen, H. W. & Co., 515 to 521 South 

Howard [47-42] 
Distler, John C, cor. Chester and Can- 
ton avenue [45-62] 
Eareckson, William M., 8 South Calhoun 

[41-30] 
Gegner, J. G.. southwest corner Eastern 

ave. and First, Highlandtown [45-74] 

Telephone 1177-3 
Obrecht, P. Frederick, 112:i Light [53-46] 

Telephone 662 
Ranch, John H. jr. & Co., 1918 Eastern 

avenue [45-62] 

Lithojjraphers. 

Baltimore Lithographic Company, 4 S. 
Howard [41-12] 

Guegenheimer, Weil & Co.. 43 S. Liberty 
[41-42] and 10<) East Baltimore [41-44] 

Hoen, A. iV Co., Hoen lUiilding, Lexing- 
ton, North and Hclliday [41-48] 

Sachse & Kaiser. 315 South Sharp 



Livery, Sale, Boarding: and 
Exchange Stables. 

Blotkamp, William, 1704 West Pratt 

[45-42] 

T^LOTKAMP BROTHERS, 

HACKS FOR HIRE AND FUN- 
ERALS SERVED. 

1732 and 1734 East Lombard Street. 
[41 -.i8] 

Shopping, Visiting and Weddings 

Promptly Attended to. 

Telephone 676-3. 

PARBACK & KING, 

SALE, BOARDING AND HIRING 
STABLES, 

805 and 807 Madison Street, near Green- 
mount Avenue [33-50] 

Hacks for hire for Weddings, Operas. 
•Funerats, Etc. Horses boarded by thr 
day, week or month. Horses suitable for 
all purpose for sale or hire. 

Telephone Call 1512-4. 

Central Stable, Colin Stewart, proprie- 
tor, 211 to 217 Park avenue [39-42] 
Telephone connection 

r^ITY HALL LIVERY, SALE 

^ AND EXCHANGE STABLES, 

F. R. Bye, Proprietor. 
219 and 325 North Street. [41-48] 
All kinds of Teams for Hire. 

Horses Sold on Commi.ssion. 

Coolahan, M. J., 331-333 North Calvert 

[39-46] Telephone 786-3 
Inglart, Phillip, 208 and 210 South Wolfe 

[4:i-60] 
Magers, John M., Ill N. High [39-52] 

JAMES MARTIN, 

HACKS FOR HIRE. 

Funerals, Weddings and Parties served at 

the shortest notice. Orders promptly 
filled. 

201 and 206 Mulberry Street. 

Telephone Connection. [37-42] 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



To 



PATRICK McGOVERN, 

HIRING AND LIVERV STABLES, 

220 Hamburg Street [51-48] and 621 
Fremont Avenue [47-38] 

Funer^s served at shortest notice. 

Horses taken by the day, week or month. 

National Stables, Joseph Bergmann, pro- 
prietor, 515 West Baltimore [41-40] 

p. O'BRIEN, 

CARRIAGES FOR WEDDINGS, 

Shopping and Funerals furnished at short 
notice, 

-■)'J.-) South Howard Street [45-42] and 115 
East West Street [53-44] 

Telephone No. 11-39. 



Talace Stables, Colin Stewart, proprietor, 
400 to 421 North avenue [25-40] Tele- 
phone connections 

^imnacher, Adam, 1226 and 1228 North 
Central avenue [27-54] 

While & Myers. 710 and 714 Strieker 

[35-28] 

Zeiler, John S., 230 and 232 South Wolfe 
[43-60] 

Loan and Trii.st Company. 

Glenn, John &. Co., rooms 3S and 39, 12 
St. Paul [41-46] 

Liiiniher an<l Hardwood. 

Hailey Brothers, 755 West Pratt [45-36J 

Hrenan, P. E., Howard and West [51-40] 
office, 21 North Gay [41-4«] 

Coale, Joseph G., 1414 Harford avenue 

[29-r>lJ 

Duker, Otto & Co., President. Canton and 
Albemarle. Canton avenue and Central 
avenue [45-54] Pratt, E.xeter and Stiles 
[43-54] 

Dumler, George M., 123 Commerce 

[41-44] 

I leise & Bruns, Concord and Eastern 
avenue ^45-50] 

Marine, F. E., 617 South Eutaw [47-42] 

Matthews, Thomas & Son, 174 North 
High [41-50] and corner Canton ave- 
nue and Albemarle [45-52] 

Miller, John P>., corner First avenue and 
Gough [43-74] Telephone 193-3 

Ringsdorf & Houff. 1944 Frederick ave- 
nue L43-24] Telephone mt 



Textor, J. C. &. Bro., 319 Henrietta 

[49-42] Telephone 810 
Tinley, Philip J., Canton avenue and 

President [4.5-52] 
Tyler. George G., 2515 Boston [49-66] 
Womble, P. M. jr., corner Chesapeake 

and O'Donnell [49-68] Telephone 224 

Mantels and Grates. 

Duker, Otto & Co., (wood) Canton ave- 
nue and Albemarle [45-52] 
Riddle & Williams, 124 North Howard 

[41-42] 

Marble aii<l Granite Works. 

Berry & Mc Frederick, 524 South Eutaw 
[47-40] 

Foster, William J., northeast corner East 
Preston and Jones Falls [29-48] 

Greenmount Marble Works. Abrams Bro- 
thers, proprietors, 431 Oliver, opposite 
Greenmount Cemetery gate [27-50] 



HAMILTON A: MANN, 
STEA.M MARBLE AND SAND- 
STONE WORKS, 
Townsend and Elm Streets, 
Telephone 430. [25-42] 



Hellen, C. L., 1414 West Fayette [41-30] 

502 North Calhoun [37-30] 
Hellen, George E.. agent, 1212 and 121 1 

West Saratoga [39-30] 



JAMES O'MEARA, 



MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, 

Headstone, Monuments, Posts, Curbing, 

Cemetery and BuildmgWork 

Promptly Done. 

Office and Yard: 1129 N. Fremont Ave. 
[31-32] 

Peddicord, J. H., 10 North [41-48] 

Riddle & Williams, 124 North Howard 

[41-42] 

.Sisson. Hugh & Son, salesrooms, 210 East 
Baltimore [41-46] yards, southeast cor- 
ner Monument and North 

Steam Marble Works. Hevan & Sons, pro- 
prietors, 227 West Saratoga [37-42J 

The Beaver Dam Marble Company of 
Baltimore county, office and yard. Con- 
stitution street, near Madison [^^5-48] 
quarries, Cockeysville, Md. 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Mattresses and Bedding:. 


3Iilk Depots. 


Baltimore iSIattress Company, W. H. 
Buebaker, proprietor, 227 North How- 
ard [39-42] 


C. BORGERDING, 


p LOEWENSPRUNG, 
Manufacturer of 
Spring, Hair, Husk and Cotton 

MATTRESSES, 

Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows; also 
a large lot of live geese feathers. 

611 East Fayette Street. 
[41-50] 


-MILK AND ICE DEPOT, 

431 South Bond Street. 
[45-58] 


BALTIMORE DAIRY COMPANY 
J. H. Jenson, Proprietor, 


T^RED. WALPERT & CO., 

Manufacturers of 
STEAM CURLED HAIR, BRISTLES 
HUSK, MATTRESSES, BED- 
DING, ETC., 

106 North Gay Street. 
[41-48] 


FINEST GRADES OF BUTTER, 

Office S. W. Corner Ann & Barnes Street 
[33-58] 


Established 1806. 
OLIVE DAIRY, 

Office, 1029 Pennsylvania Avenue. 
[33-36] 


M c G A W & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

HAIR AND HUSK MATTRESSES. 


PURE COUNTRY MILK, CREAM 

AND PRINT BUTTER 

Delivered Daily in all parts of the city. 

Telephone 1501-2-3. 


Steam Renov-ating, Upholstering in all 
its Branches. Our Specialty: Down Pil- 
lows. 

305 North Howard Street. 

[37-42] 


Pikesville Dairy Company, (established 
1871) 1511 to 1515 Argyle avenue [31-32] 

Millinery and Fancy Gtfods. 

Ford & Leland's millinery establishment, 
221 South Broadway [43-58] 


J C. WEEMS & BRO., 

331 North Howard Street, 
[37-42] 

Manufacturers of 


Lawler, A. J., 411 South Broadway 

[45-58] 

Mineral "Waters, &c. 

Sanders. J. L., 705 South Charles [49-46] 
Telephone 1589-3 


HAIR. HUSKS AND MOSS, 

and dealers in Fine Bedding, Springs, &c. 
Live Geese Feathers a Specialty. Steam 
Renovating. 


Established 1858. 

J. WISENAUER & SONS, 

Manufacturers of 

MINERAL WATERS, GINGER 

ALE, TONIC BEER. NEW YORK 

REFINED CIDER AND 

BOTTLED PORTER 

constantly on hand. 

707 West Pratt Street. [45-38] 


Men's Fiiriiisliin;;: Goods. 

Magee, W. P., ;:20 North Eutaw [39-42] 
Oehm's Acme Hall, 5 and 7 West Balti- 
more [41-44] 



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Mouldings, &c. 

Blume, F. H., 1220 Warner [51-38] 

Garrison, George W. & Son, 416 West 
Pratt [45-40J 

I.andon & Kent, (manufacturers) office, 
123 South Fremont ave. [43-36J north- 
east corner Fremont and Pratt [45-36] 

Steam Variety Works, C. C. Rumpf & 
Co., proprietors, 608 Portland and 607 
Dover [45-38] 

3Iusic Teacliers. 

Eben, Harry G., 1107 Gay [31-58] 



M 



U S I c 

Furnished for 

EALL, SOIREES, PIC-NICS, PRI- 
VATE PARTIES, &c., 

Bv E. Seipi'el & Co., 

:259 South Ann Street, in Barber Shop, i 
Near No. 5 Engine House. 
[43-601 

Stevens, U. T., 910 East Preston [29-52] 

SUMNER PRENTICE, 

TEACHER OF MUSIC, 

Residence, 1219 North Bond Street. 
[29-56] 

Musical 3Iercliandise. 

T J. EPPING, 

(Formerly H. Kresse,) 

Importer and Dealer in 

TOYS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS' 

Etc., Etc. 

508 South Broadway. 

[45-58] 

Steinmueller, Theodore A., 702 West Bal- 
timore [41-36] 

Nail.«<. 

Pratt, Enoch & Bro., 2:3 and 25 South 
Charles [41-44] 

Newspapers. 

Baltimore American, southwest corner 
Baltimore and South [41-46] 



Bakimore Journal, 7 Postoffice avenue 

[41-48] 

Baltimore News, (The) 219 East Balti- 
more [41-46] 

Baltimore Press, corner Baltimore and 
Postoffice avenue [41-48] 

Baltimore Volksfreund and Biene (Ger- 
man, Sunday), S. Junger, proprietor, 
southeast corner Frederick and Fay- 
ette [41-50] 

German Correspondent, E. Raine, man- 
aging editor, southwest corner Balti- 
more and Postoffice avenue [41-48] 

The Morning Herald (daily, Sunday and 
weekly), A. Beckhofer, editor and man- 
ager, southeast corner Baltimore and 
Charles [41-44] 

" The Sun," A. S. Abell & Co., proprie- 
tors, southeast corner Baltimore and 
South [41-46] 

The Pioneer, F. E. Marine, editor, 118 
South Gay [43-48] 

" The Telegram," James Young, pro- 
prietor, 114 South [43-48], 

Newsdealers. 

Baltimore News Company, Baltimore cor. 

South [41-48] 
Harrison, W. E. C, 224 East Baltimore 

[41-46] 
Union News Company, Howard and Lee 

[47-42] Camden Station 

Novelties, Toy.s, Etc. 

Frizzell. J. W., 752 W. Baltimore [41-36] 
and 207 West Lexington [39-42] 

Hutzler Brothers, 212, 214, 216 and 218 
North Howard [39-42] 

Odorless Excavators. 



r HENRY FONTZ, 

ODORLESS EXCAVATING APPA- 
RATUS. 

Sinks, Cess- Pools, Wells, Etc., emptied 
promptly without offense or danger of 
explosion. Well Digging promptly at- 
tended to. 

39 Fort Avenue. [55-46] 



pEORGE W. LEMMON, 

ODORLESS EXCAVATOR 

AND WELL DIGGER, 

419 Druid Hill Avenue. 
[35-40] 

Odorless Excavating and Well Digging 
promptly attended to. 



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Organ Builders. 

Hall, James & Co., 736 West German 

[43-36] 

Oyster and Fruit Packers. 

A. Booth Packing Company, corner Lan-« 
caster and Wolf [47-60] 



H. J. HORN & CO., 

OYSTER AND FRUIT PACKERS, 

328 and 330 Forrest Street. 
[37-52] 



McGrath, H. J. & Co., Atlantic wharf 

[51 -6S] 

Wagner, Martin & Co., 2315 Boston 

[47-64] 

Oyster Houses and Dealers. 



Simms, Joshua C, 400 Moore alley 



[a3-40] 



T"HE EVERGREEN 

OYSTER & DINING ROOMS, 
N. CoND >GEOKGE, Proprietor, 
719 West Baltimore Street. [41-36] 



Wilkie, D. A., 1221 Pennsylvania avenue 
[33-36] 

Oyster Knives. 



Established 1855. 
JAMES JERVIS, 

Manufacturer of 

OYSTER KNIVES, 

1105 Battery Avenue [51-48] 

Factory, 1102 Hall Alley. 

Packing Box Manufacturers. 

Adams Brothers, Central avenue and 
Aliceanna [47-54] 

Duker, Otto & Co . Canton ave.. Presi- 
dent and Albemarle [45-52] 



Thiemeyer, J. H. & Co., 821 to 829 So. 

Caroline [49-5(5] Telepiione 121 
Tyler, G. G., 2515 Boston [49-60] 

Painters. 



jPAST BALTIMORE 

CARRIAGE & WAGON PAINTING 
ESTABLISHMENT, 

J. G. LeM.^mtre, Proprietor. 

114 South Regester Street, between Pratt 
^ and Lombard. [41-,58] 

Ornamental Wagon and Sign Painting. 
Painting for the Trade a specialty. 

Evans. J. E., 135 Richmond [33-44] 



E. 



FOERSTER. 



HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, 

Graining, Staining and Glazing, 

121 South Broadway, between Pratt and 
Lombard [41-58] 

All orders promptly attended to. 

High, Alfred, (house and sign) 512 Wil- 
son, near Druid Hill avenue [29-34] 

xpRED. E. JOHN & SON, 

FRESCO, HOUSE AND 

SIGN PAINTERS, 

631 Hamburg Street. 
[49-38] 



Rehmert, A. W., 720 McHenry [45-36] 
Volz, John & Co., (decorative) 1743 and 

1745 Canton avenue [45-58] 
Ziemer, William N., 5 North Sharp 

[4r-42J 

Paints, Oils, Varnish, Ktc. 

Barrett, James C, 1901 West Pratt, cor- 

• ner Nlonroe [45-24] 

Canton Paint Store, H. Harberts, propri- 
etor, 2229 F.sse.x, opposite Gist [45-64] 

Hirshberg, Hollander & Co., 106,108 and 
110 West Pratt [44-4.5] 



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Central Avenue Paint Store. 



H. SCHUCHHARDT, 

Dealer in all kinds of 

PAINTS, GLASS, VARNISHES, 

Oils, Brushes, Etc. 

1005 North Central Avenue. 
[33-54] 



) O. SHECKELLS. 



PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS, 



10*29 West Baltimore Street. 



[41-32] 



WILLIAM WIESE,JR., 

Dealer in French and 

AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS, 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Sand- 
Paper, Painters' and Artists' Materials, 



630 South Broadway, 
[47-58] 



Paper Manufacturers. 

Federal Park Paper Mill, George F. Jones 
«fe Co., proprietors, 327 Warren avenue 
[51-48] Telephone 1579 

Paper Box Manufacturers. 

Euler, C. A. & Son, 408 Conway [45-40] 
612 and 614 South Paca [45-40] Tele- 
phone 1394 

Weaver, Levi, 22 South Calvert [-13-46] 

Paper Hangers and Decorators. 



JAMES W. FIELDS, 

Pr.\ctical Paper Hanger 

and Dealer in 

WALL PAPER AND WINDOW 

SHADES, 

1726 East Lombard Street. 

[41-58] 

(iuard, Percy E. & Co., John Robb, 
manager, 118 Le.vington [39-42] 



^y H. ORTH, 



(Established 1840. > 
Pratical Paper Hanger and 
Dealer in 

WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, 

And Everything Appertaining to a First- 
cla.ss Establishment. 

548 North Gay Street. 

[37-521 

JOHN STEINMETZ, 



PAPER HANGER, 



Old No. 246 



Uld i\o. 246 ( ^ 

New No. 1746 ( Eastern Avenue. 



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Patent and Proprietary Medi- 
cines. 

PHOMEL'S ANTIDOTE 

will cure 

RHEUMATISM 

in all its forms^ 
GOUT AND NEURALGIA, 
and is not recommended for other dis- 
eases. For sale at all Drug Stores. 
P. V. Benson, .M. D. 
Manufactory, Southeast Corner of Hol- 
lins Street and Arlington avenue. [4-3-32 { 



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pOUTZ'S MEDICINES, 

David E. Foutz, Proprietor, 

FOUTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE 
POWDERS. 

Foutz's Liniment, Shriner's P>alsamic 

Cough Syrup, Shriner's Indian 

Vermifuge. 

No. 1409 Rice Street. [35-28] 
•p\R. J. T. HOUCHENS, 

N. E. Cor. Chase Street & Central Ave. 

L31-54] 

Proprietor of the medicine called 

THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN, 

well known Small Pox and Diphtheria 

cure and preventive, cures worst 

cases without marking. 
Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle. 

N. K. Medicine Company, Francis J. 
Grote, proprietor, northeast cor. Wash- 
ington and Gough [43-62] 

Read, William H., 10 Light [41-46] 

Hitter, J. Adam, (inhalent) 1120 Druid 
Hill avenue [29-34] 

Wegefarth & Co., 629 Ensor [35-52] 

Patent TTinder.s, Dredges, &c. 

p O. DOUGHERTY & BRO., 

Manufacturers of 

PATENT ^VINDERS, DREDGES, 

and other Smith Work, 

2127 and 2129 Boston Street. 
[45-62] 

Patent Ash Sieve. 

Morris, Alonzo D.,122 Richmond [33-44] 

Pliotograpliers. 

Busey, N. H., 112 North Charles [41-41] 
Holyland, J., 3 West Baltimore [41-44] 

r'EORGE C. MUELLER, 
PHOTOGRAPHER, 
Portraits in Oil, Pastel and Crayon, 

S. E. Corner Broadway and Bank Street. 

[45-58] 
■Choice stock of frames always on hand. 



Rudolph, Ernst, 644 West Baltimore 

[41-381 

lyr D. TRAINOR, 

PHOTOGRAPHER. 

New No. 731 West Baltimore Street. 

[41-36] 

Work in Oil, Crayon and Water Colors. 
Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged. 
Landscape, INIerchantile and Views. 
Agents" Samples Photograped. 

T HENRY SCHAEFER, 

GALLERY OF ARTISTIC 

PHOTOGRAPHY, 

887 W. Baltimore Street, near Poppleton. 

[41-34] 

Beautiful Rembrandt and Artistic Ef- 
fects. Photographs in the Latest Styles 
of the Art. Particular attention paid to 
the Copying and Enlarging of all kinds 
of Pictures, making them more beautiful 
than the original. Satisfaction guaran- 
teed. Frames of every description on 
hand and made to order. 

Selander, J., 1710 Eastern avenue [45-58] 



JOHN T. WALZL, 

PHOTOGRAPHER, 



508 South Broadway. 



[45-58] 



Physicians. 

Benson, P. v., corner HoUins and Arhng- 

ton avenue [43-32] 
Blake, John D., M. D., 602 South Paca 

[45-40] 
Bolton, John H., M. D., 1201 Broadway 

[31-58] and 1120 Belair avenue 
Coonan, John H., M. D., 1212 E. Biddle 

[31-54] 
Irons, E. P., M. D., southwest corner 

Baltimore and Wolf [39-60] 
Wilson, L. R., M. D., 1803 West Pratt 

[45-26] 

Planing Mills. 

Heise, Bruns & Co., 600 South Caroline, 
corner Canton a\'enue [47-56] 



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Pianos and Organs. 



P FREYMAN, 

Manufacturer of 

GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT 

PIANOS. 

Wareroom and Factory, 2 South Arch St. 

[41-38] 
Gold Medal. 

Heinekamp, William & Son, manufactur- 
ers, factory 6 East Baltimore [41-44'! 

T STEHLE & SON, 

TUNERS AND REPAIRERS OF 

PIANOS AND ORGANS, 
No. 770 Saratoga Street, near Fremont. 

[39-36] 
Pianos and Organs repaired. 

Pictures, Frames, Etc. 

Garrison. G. W. & Son, 416 West Pratt 

[4:3-40] 
Hirshberg Bros. & Hollander, 24 Hopkins 

Place [43-44] 

T S. MOORE & BRO., 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

PICTURE FRAMES, LOOKING 

GLASSES, CORNICES, 

Easels, Brackets, &c. 

Paintings, Engravings, Etchings. 

[41-36] 726 West Baltimore Street. 

Plater.s. 

Klank & Bro., northeast corner South 
Charles and Lombard [43-44] 

Plumbers, Steam & (ias Fitters. 

Gardner & Co.. 10*3 W. Baltimore [41-32] 
Hibbits, P.. 12:33 West Baltimore [41-:30] 
McCrea, J. L. & Bro., 1013 Lafayette 
avenue [3:3-32] 

Sinclair, Perry, southeast corner Chester 
and Orleans [37-62] 



Snyder, C, 1323 Harford avenue [29-54] 

^RTHUR SCHLEGEL, 

PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING, 

Gas Fixtures, Gas and Oil Stoves. 

Also Dealer in Ranges and Parlor Heat- 
ers, Roofing and Spouting. 

No. 201 South Broadway. [4.3-58] 

Plumbers' Supplies. 

Basshor, Thomas & Co., :30 Light [4:3-46] 
McShane, Henry & Co., 441 to 465 North 

[37-48] 
Sheppard, Isaac A. »fc Co., southwest cor- 
ner Eastern avenue and Chester [45-62] 

Pork Butchers and Packers. 

Cassard. G. & Son, 517 to 525 West Bal- 
timore [41-40] and .504 to .508 West 
German [41-40] 

Hieatzman, M., 2000 Pennsylvania ave- 
nue [27-34] Telephone 1397 

Hohman, C, office and salesroom, 20:38 
East Monument [.35-62] Stalls 80 to 86 
Belair Market 

Sellmayer, L., stalls 2 and 3 Broadway 
Market [4.5-76] Residence, corner East- 
ern and Fifth avenues 

T HENRY SNYDER & SONS, 

PORK BUTCHERS. 

Main Stall, 10 Richmond Market ; :35 
Lexington, inside ; also Eave Stalls 69 
Centre and 208 Belair Markets. 

Factory, 1605 Pennsylvania Avenue. 

Telephone 1647. [31-34] 

Potteries. 

Bennett, E., 1301 Canton avenue [47-54] 

Perine, M. & Sons, 1009 West Baltimore. 

Factory, 4to8 South Schroeder [41-32] 

Printers. 

Baltimore Publishing Company, 120 East 
Baltimore [41-46] 

Griffin. Curley & Co., 202 East Baltimore 
[41-46] 

Kerns & Dougherty, 38 South Holliday, 
corner Second [41-48] 

Kimball, C, 724 North Gay [.•3.5-.>4] 

Mallalieu & Co., 510 Pennsylvania ave- 
nue [37-40] Telephone 969-2 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Established 1880. 

A. MOOG & CO., 

Practical 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS, 

624 West Baltimore Street. 
[41-381 

Morling. Meyer & Co., 16 and 18 North 
[41-48] 

WILLAM E. SCHLOEGEL, 

English and German 

POWER PRINTER, 

No. 406 South Bond Street. 
[4.5-56] 

SEVERE-BROTHERS, 

Practical 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS, 

709 East Baltimore Street. 
[41-50] 

Sun Printing Office, Sun Building, Balti- 
more and South [41-48] 

T^HOMAS & EVANS, 

PRINTERS, 

N. E. Cor. Second and Frederick Streets. 
[43-50] 

Publishers of The Christian Observer, 
Rohe's Text Book of Hygiene and Prac- 
tical Notes on Skin Diseases, etc., etc. 

Young, James, 114 South [43-46] 
Produce and Fruit. 

Kroeber, Charles A., 1704 East Lombard 

[41-58] 
Radcliffe, W. W., 1800 West Pratt, corner 

Fulton avenue [4.3-20] 
Schwartz, Frc-d., 123 South Gilmor, cor. 

Pratt [45-28] 



Printers', Dyers' and Tanners' 
Extracts. 

■DALTIMORE MILLS, 

Charles E. Thayer, Chairman; John S. 
Young, Treasurer and General Mana- 
ger; H. E. Young, Secretary. 

J. S. Young & Co., Limited, 
Manufacturers of 

PRINTERS', DYERS' AND TAN- 
NERS' EXTRACTS, 
Principal Office at Hanover, Pa. 
Baltimore Office: 
Corner Boston and Elliott Streets. 

[51-08] 
Publisliers. 

Morling, Myers & Co., 16 and IS North 
[41-48] 

Pump Manufacturers. 

Sisselberger, Joseph & Son, 588 Oxford, 
near Pennsylvania avenue [33-38] 

Railroad Manag^er. 

Clements, W. M., Camden station, B. & 
O. railroad [45-42] 

Railroad and Steanisliip Agents 

Baltimore Storage and Lighterage Com- 
pany, 409 Seco'nd [43-48] 
Geigan & Co., 217 East Baltimore [41-46] 
Shriver, Fred., 204 Light [45-46] 

Real Estate Exchany:es. 



H. N. BANKARD, 

REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 

No. 11 St. Paul Street. 

Between Fayette and Baltimore Streets. 

[41-46] 

CAMUEL BEALMEAR, 

REAL ESTATE BROKER, 

310 St. Paul Street, near Saratoga. 

[39-46] 

lUiysand sells on commission City and 
Country property. Lots and Ground 
Rents, i:c. Rents Collected and prompt 
returns made. Also negotiates Loans 1:1 
Mortgages, &C. 



KALTIMORE, MD. 



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T 



HOxMAS G. P. BELT & CO., 



REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC- 
TION OFFICES. 

IT East Lexington Street, Law Buildiugs. 
[41-46] 
Particular attention given to Collection 
of House and Ground Rents. Renting a 
specialty. Insurance placed at best rates. 
A call sulii-.ited. References, Banks and 
Brokers. 



Chastain. J. B., 16 Hanover [43-42] 
Fox, Charles J., 217 North Calvert 

[41-46] 
Glenn. John & Co., 12 St. Paul, (Glenn's 

Building) [41-4G] 
Gorter, A. L. & Co., 301 North Charles 

[39-44] 



THOMAS VV. GRIFFIN & SONS' 

LAW, COLLECTION AND REAL 
ESTATE OFFICES, 

1704 Eastern Avenue. [4.5-58] 



Hershman, G. C, 317 South Ann 

[43-eO] 
Hill. Thomas, northeast corner Fayette 

and St. Paul [4i-4(j] 
Kenly. E. G., 124 East Fayette, opposite 

ladies' entrance Harnum's Hotc-1 f4l-46| 
Logeman, Henry C. 206 St. Paul [39-46] 
Magers, John M., 11 East Lexingtion 

[41-46] 
Martien, William & Co., 12 St. Paul, 

Room 3, Glenn Building [41-46] 



T F. PULLEN & CO., 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 
12 East Fayette Street. [41-46] 



Buy and Sell Real Estate of Every De- 
scription. Negotiate Loans, Settle Es- 
tates, &.C. 



Robinson. L. H. jr., 1618 Bank [4.5-58] 
Ro]L:ers. Henry \^'.. southeast cur Charles 
and Lexington [41-41] 



CARGEANT & TINGES, 

REAL ESTATE, LOAN AND IN- 
VESTMENT AGENTS, 

No. 3 East Lexington Street, [41-44] 

(Old No. .50,) near Charles. 

Loans Negotiated. Collections Promptly 
Remitted. 



RICHARD SEWELL, JR., 

REAL ESTATE, 

15 East Lexington Street, Spurrier Cou't. 
[41-46] 

'T'HE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 

of Baltimore City, 

122 East Fayette Street. [41-40] 

Thomas Hill, president; George H. 
Sargeant, vice president; H. C. Turnbull, 
jr., secretary; Pierre C. Dugan, treasurer. 

'PHOMAS &. CO., 

REAL ESTATE AND MONEY 
BROKERS, 

Farms and Houses Exchanged a Specialty 

Office, No. 57 St. Paul St., cor. Saratoga. 
[39-40] 

H. C. TURNBULL, JR., 

REAL ESTATE, 

5 East Lexington Street. [41-44] 



Walker, S. T. & Co., 108 St. Paul [41-46] 
White, G. H. & Co., 352 North Charles. 
[39- 44] Telephone 789 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Ellwood J. Wilson. Geo. H. Dobson, jr. 
WILSON & DOBSON, 

REAL ESTATE, 

Glenn Building, No. 12 St. Paul Street. 
[41-46] 



Woods, Hiram & Co., 18 East Lexington 
[41-46] 

Refrigerator Manufacturers. 

Marks, Thomas H., 1732 East Pratt 

[43-58] 
Roloson, F., 1603 West Baltimore [41-28] 

Restaurants. 



JOHN AMENT, 

RESTAURANT, 

Cor. Cathedral and Oliver Streets. 
[27-42] 

Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Raw- 
Box Oysters a Specialty. 

JOHN AUL'S 

RESTAURANT, 

932 East Chase Street, Cor. Ensor. 
[31-52] 

Finest Liquors, Wines and Choice Cigars 
always on hand. 

gAKER'S RESTAURANT. 

Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

47 Oliver Street, between Maryland Ave- 
nue and Cathedral Street. 
[29-44] 



Hartling, F. H., 726 South Broadway 

[47-58] 



LIEDERKRANZ RESTAURATION 

C61 Lexington Street. 

Franz Borst, - - Verwalter. 

[39-38] 

Breves, Fritz, 26 South Liberty [41-42] 
Condogeorge, N., 719 West Baltimore 

[41-36] 

pONRAD DARSCH'S 

RESTAURANT, 

418 West Lexington Street, near Paca. 
[39-40] 

Meals at All Hours. Oysters in All 
Styles a Specialty. 

pRITZ DIETRICH, 

RESTAURANT, 

916 W. Baltimore Street, near Poppleton. 
[41-34] 

Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 
Warili Lunch from 10 to 1 o'clock. Oys- 
ters in Every Style. 
Hall for rent for Lodges, Etc. 

Dogge, Albert, 220 South Eutaw [45-40] 

JOHN HEINBUCH'S 

RESTAURANT, 

Northeast Cor. Bond and Gough Streets. 
[43-58] 

EMPIRE BREWERY BEER 
Always on Tap, Ice Cold. 

JOHN L. HORNICK, 

J (Late of Geo. Schwinn, Pratt St.) 

SALOON AND RESTAURANT, 

131 West Camden Street, nearly oppo- 
site Hanover Market. 
[45-44] 

Choice Wines, Liquors, Beer, Cigars, &c. 
Meals at All Hours. Oysters a Spe- 
cialty. 



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85 



JEHNERT'S 

RESTAURANT, 

435 Colvin Street (formerly Chestnut), 

bet. Gay and Hillen. 

[37-50] 

Ice Cold Lager Beer. Fine Wines, Li- 
quors and Cigars. 

Kerns, Charles, 523 South Fremont ave- 
nue [47-38] 

PAUL R. LAMP, 

RESTAURANT AND 

BOARDING HOUSE, 

410 West Lexington Street. 
[39-40] 

Mechanics' Hall, Otto Schuler, proprie- 
tor, 317 West Fayette [41-42] 

Q MUHL'S RESTAURANT, 

Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 

No. 226 W. Fayette Street, 
near Howard. 

A Fried Oyster given with every Drink. 
[41-421 

THINNER 25 CENTS. 

LAWRENCE MERTZ, 

SALOON AND RESTAURANT, 

3^33 West Pratt Street. 
Meals at All Hours. [4.5-42] 

GEORGE RAIBER 
RESTAURANT, 

No. 431 North Forrest Street. 
[37-52] 



Samstag's Restaurant and Wine Rooms, 
H. Samstag, proprietor, 117 West Lom- 
bard [43-44] 



■n SCHMITT, 

SALOON. AND RESTAURANT, 

Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., 

Cor. Scott and Hamburg Sts. 
[49-36] 

Accommodations for Boarders. Oysters 
in Every Style. 

"pRED. SCHIRM, 

RESTAURANT, 

104 Dover Street, opp. Hanover Market. 

[45-44] 

Choice Liquors, Wines, Beer and Cigars 
always on hand. Your patronage solic- 
ited. W^e recommend and sell the Cele- 
brated Dixie Pure Rye Whiskey. 

Schneider, F., 123 West Camden, oppo- 
site Market [45-44] 

JOHN P. SCHWARTZ, 

RESTAURANT, 

1621 Gough St., West of Broadway. 
[43-58] 

Choice Oysters at the Raw Box. Crabs 
in Season. Bar stocked with Choicest 
Liquors and Cigars. [43-58] 



Tierney, Frank, 205 N. Calvert [41-46] 
Telephone 350 



JOHN URBAN, 

RESTAURANT, 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC. 

711 East Fayette Street. 
[41-50] 



Wiedersum, George, 612 Second [43-50] 
Wilkie, D. A., 1221 Pennsylvania avenue 
[33-36] 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



WILLIAM H. WALTER'S 

RESTAURANT, 

14-23 N. Charles St., near Union Depot. 
[27-44] 

ZLMMER'S RESTAURANT. 

Meals at All Hours. 

526 W. Baltimore Street, near Greene. 
[41-40] 

Roofers. 

Hetzell, John G. & Son. (metallic) 225 N. 
Howard [39-42] 

Ru.ssian and TurkLsli Batli.s. 

Turkish and Russian Baths, C. S. Ferrey, 
proprietor, 407 West Fayette [41-40] 

Safe Manufacturers. 

The L. H. Miller Safe and Iron Works, 
factory, square bounded by Warner, 
Claret, Henrietta and Fremont [49-40] 
Office, 24 West Baltimore [41-44] 

Saloons. 

Bartling, F. H., 726 South Broadway 

[47-58] 

Baumbach, Henry, 621 West Pratt 

[45-38] 

E. BUSKER'S SALOON, 

Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 

817 S. Bond St., Cor. Shakespeare. 
[49-58] 



Circle House, Volkman & Zipprian, pro- 
prietors, southwest corner Eutaw and 
Dover [45-40] 



n FREDERICK ERHARDT'S 

SALOON, 

Southwest Cor. Hanover and Lombard 
Streets. [43-44] 

Fine Old Whiskies and Wet Goods of 
all description. 

Fine selection of Relics and Coins. 
QEORGE HAMEL'S 

SUMMER RESORT, 

• 
Corner Eastern Avenue and Seventh 
Street, Highlandtown. 
[45-78] 

Opposite the Monumental P. R. R. Co.'s 
Depot. 



Huneke, E. D., 315 South Howard 

[45-42] 
Kabernagal, H. H.,721 George [37-36] 



A RI5EITER HALLE. 

Deutsches Gasthaus, 

VON ADAM LANG, 

No. 1100 Towson Street, Locust Point. 
[55-60] 



Miller, John, 2209 East Baltimore [41-64] 

Schooner House, C. F. Hulseman, pro- 
prietor. 2326 Cambridge, corner Con- 
cord [47-64] 

Tierney, Frank, 205 North Calvert [41-46] 
Telephone 350 

Vogtmann, Louis, 808 South Bond [49-56] 



JOHN H. WIENHOLD, 

LAGER BEER SALOON, 

Northwest Cor. Camden and Sharp Street 
[45-42] 

The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 
Wiedersum, George, 612 Second [43-50] 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



Sculptors. 



JOSEPH M. DIDUSCH, 



SCULPTOR & ALTAR BUILDER 

IN WOOD AND STONE. 

Statuary a Specialty. Designs furnished 
for Altars, Headstones and Monuments 

910 E. Biddle Street, near Valley, [29-52] 
and 1013 Homewood Ave. [33-50] 

Sewing Machines. 

American B H. O. and Sewing Machine 
Company, H. L. Mendenhall, manager, 
304 North Charles [39-44] and 6 West 
Saratoga [39-44] 

Automatic Silent Sewing Machine, noise- 
less, no tension, Willcox & Gibbs Sew- 
ing Machine Company, Geo. Eldridge, 
manager. 306 North Charles Street 

[39-44] 

Hengemihle, J. B., 6 South Wolfe, be- 
tween Lombard and Pratt 

J F. McKENNEY, 

SILENT WHITE SEWING 
MACHINE, 

The King of All. 

The only Steam Power Repair Shop in 
the City. 

221 West Fayette Street. [41-42] 

Shirt Manufacturer. 

Magee, W. P., 220 North Eutaw [39-40] 
Ship Chandler. 

Ehrman, Lewis, 15;i5 Nicholson, corner 
Towson [55-02] 

Silks, Laces, &c. 

Hutzler brothers, 212, 214, 216 and 218 
North Howard [39-42] 

Slate and Hardwood Mantels. 

Riddle & Williams, 124 North Howard 
[41-421 

Societies. 

Merchants and Manufacturers Associa- 
tion, German H. Hunt, president; Jno. 
R. Bland, secretary; over National P2x- 
change Bank, corner Hopkins Place and 
German [41-42] 



Shield of Honor. 

James H. Livingston, Grand Master. 

Headquarters, 719 East Baltimore. 

[41-50] 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Washington Lodge, No. 1, meets Tuesday, 
10 East Fayette [41-44] 

John Hancock, No. 2, meets Monday, 
southeast corner Lexington and How- 
ard [39-42] 

Jefferson, No. 3, meets Monday, south- 
west corner Baltimore and Poppleton 
[41-34] 

Centennial, No. 4, meets Wednesday, 
southwest corner Baltimore and Fred- 
erick [41-48] 

Monumental, No. 5, meets Thursday, 
northwest corner Baltimore and Green 
[41-40] 

Magnolia, No. 6, meets Friday, 643 West 
Baltimore [41-38] 

Mercantile, No. 8, meets Thursday, north- 
west corner Baltimore and Gay [41-48] 

Phoenix, No. 9, meets Monday, northwest 
corner Pratt and Fulton [45-26] 

Gem, No. 10, meets Friday, northwest 
corner Baltimore and Green [41-40] 

Excelsior, No. 13. meets Monday, north- 
west corner Baltimore and Eden [41-54] 

Enterprise, No. 15, meets Thursday, 
Elliott and Patuxent [51-70] 

Clifton, No. 16, meets Wednesday, Penn- 
sylvania and Clifton avenues [23-26] 

Hiawatha, No. 19, meets Wednesday, 
northwest corner Baltimore and Eden 
[41-W] 

La bayette. No. 20, meets Thursday, 
northwest corner Strieker and Rice 
[a5-28] 

Maryland, No. 21, meets Wednesday, 
First near Charles [23-44] 

Welcome. No. 22, meets Tuesday, Charles 
and Fort avenue [55-44] 

Social Club. 



QRESCENT CLUB, 

S. W. Corner Paca and West Fayette. 
[41-40] 

President, J. F. Morrison. 

Secretary, Geo. W. Spicer. 

Samuel F. Primrose, Financial Secretary. 

Thomas K. McCormick, Corresponding 

Secretary. 

M. N. Packard, Recording Secretary. 



Stained Glass. 

Kiefernagel, Joseph, 107 West Fayette 
[41-44] 



BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Stair Builder. 

B owe rsox , D . M . , 1937 C h ristian [47-24] 
Steamed Curled Hair. 

Wilkens. William & Co., 310 West Pratt 
[43-42] 

Steamboat Companies. 

Baltimore, Chesapeake and Richmond 
Steamboat Company, 222 Light Street 
Wharf [45-46] 

New York and Baltimore Transportation 
Line, (inland line) office, 204 Light 
[45-46] Pier, Foot of Frederick Street 
Dock [45-48] 

Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat 
Company, (Ericsson Line) office, 204 
Light [45-46] pier. 1 Light Street 
Wharf [45-46] 

Sporting Goods. 

•iniE WEST END 

-•- SPORTING DEPOT, 

1023 W. Baltimore Street [41-32] 

Where a General Line of Sporting Goods 
can be found, viz : 

GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, 

Ammunition. Dog Collars, Skates, Dumb 
Bells, Etc. Skates, Scissors, Knives, 
Etc., Sharpened. 

E. E. Robinson, Manager. 



Steam Heaters. 

Basshor, Thomas C. & Co., office, 28 Light 
[4;i-46J Boiler works, York and Wil- 
liam 

Stock Yards. 

Calverton Stock Yard Company, Calver- 
ton road and B. & P. railroad ; office, 
Calverton Hotel [41-18) 

Wilhelm's Drove Yard, 2005 West Pratt 
[45-24] 

Storage Warehouses. 



H 



KNRY BOWERS' 



FURNITURE STORAGE WARE- 
HOUSE, 

43 South Arlington Avenue. 
[43-32] 

Warehouse Packing and Shipping at- 
tended to. 



Baltimore Storage and Lighterage Com- 
pany, office, 5 Rialto Building, Second 
[43-48] Shipping piers, Ninth avenue, 
Canton [61-72] B. N. Baker, pres't 

Graham, G. B., residence, southwest cor- 
ner Washington Place and Machson 
[;i5-441 Warehouse, Lombard and Con- 
cord [43-50] Office, 9 West Madison 

Ranstead, Lyman T., Ranstead's vharf, 
foot of Eutaw [.57-36] 

Ranstead, C. F., Warner and Bayard 

[57-36] 

Stone and Marble Tool Manu- 
facturers. 

Foster Brothers, 1121 North Fremont ave- 
nue [31-32] 

Stoves, Heatei's, Ranges, Etc. 

Baltimore Stove Works, John Kern, jr., 
& Co., proprietors, Scott and Cross 

[49-36] 

Crudden, James & Son, 588 and 590 Bid- 
die [35-40] 

Excelsior Stove Works, Isaac A. Shep- 
pard & Co., proprietors. Eastern ave- 
nue and Chester [45-62] 



JOHN H. FRICKE, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

HEATING, OIL, GAS & COOKING 

STOVES, 

242 South Broadway. [43-58] 

Roofing and Spouting. All kinds of Re- 
pairing neatly done. 



Gardner & Co., 1033 West Baltimore 

[41-32] 



ANDREW SCHLEGEL, 

Dealer in 
STOVES & HOT AIR FURNACES, 

Plumbing and Gas Fitting, 

Metal Roofing and Spouting, Gas Fix- 
tures, Gas and Oil Stoves, 

223 South Sharp Street. [45-42] 

Se.xton, S. B. & Son, 511 to 519 W. Con- 
way [47-40] Salesroom, 23 East Lom- 
bard [4;^441 

Sinclair, Perry, southwest corner Chester 
and Orleans [37-()2] 



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QEORGE TODD, 

FURNACES, STOVES, RANGES 

And Household Goods. 

Splendid Fire-Place Heaters. Roofing, 
Spouting and Plumbing promptly at- 
tended to. 

N. E. Cor. Caroline and Orleans Sts. 


JOSEPH W. CIVISH, 

ARTIST TAILOR. 

235 South Broadway. [43-58] 


Telephone Call, 1503-5. [37-5C1 


Cooney, M., 412 North Strieker [37-28] 






POOKING AND 

'^ HEATING STOVES, 

Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, 

RANGES. FURNACES. 

Spear's Golden Sun Fire-Place Heater. 

JOHN VOGEL. 

3012 Eastern Avenue. [45-62] 

Roofing, Spouting, Stove, Range and 
Furnace Work Specially. 


A D O L P H F A H L B U S C H , 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

2213 E. Baltimore Street, near Patterson 
Park. [41-62] 


Stove Repair Manufacturers. 

Walz, John & Co., 885 to 889 Greenmount 
avenue, near Eager [33-50] 

Surveyors and Civil Engineers. 

Bouldin, Augustus, 222 St. Paul [39-46] 
Hutton. N. H., City Hall [41-48] 
Latrobe, C. H , 213 East German [41-46] 


Frank, M, K. & Co., South Broadway, 
comer Canton Avenue [45-58] 


CONRAD HAHN, 

F.-VSHIONARLE MeRCH.\NT TaILOK, 


gIMON J. MARTENET, 


10:i5 Hollins St., below Hollins 
Market. [43-32] 


SURVEYOR & CIVIL ENGINEER, 
Publisher of Maps of Maryland, 


Harris & DePasquale, 144 West Fayette, 
corner Park avenue [41-42] 


208 East Lexington Street, corner Davis. 
[41-46] 


IJENRY HOLTMAN & SON, 
MERCHANT TAILORS, 


Shipley, William H.. Morse Building, 219 

East Fayette [41-46] 
Sudler, John E., (city surveyor) 224 St. 

Paul [;41-46] 

Tailors. 


Northwest Corner Central Avenue and 
Eager Street. 

[33-.S4] 


p^ENRY BEIMSCHLA, JR., 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

And Dealer in Notions and Furnishing 

Goods, 

■ 
20 E. Lee St., near Light St. Wharf. 

[47-46] 


U T. KLOSTERMANN, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

628 Hanover Street, near Hill. 

[40-44] 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



Ki'.pka, Joseph, 1616 Bank, corner Bank 
and Bethel [45-58] 


'pHOMAS URSPRUCH, 


p KONDNER, 


MERCHANT TAILOR, 


MERCHANT TAILOR. 

Dyeing, Scouring and Repairing 
Neatly Done. 

129 Camden Street, near Hanover. 

[45-44] 


629 and 631 Hanover Street, near Hill. 
[47-44] 


j^.J VILDT, 


JUSTIN J. KUHNS. 


MERCHANT TAILOR, 


MERCHANT TAILOR, 


1004 West Baltimore Street, 
Opp. the Old Stand. 


210 West Saratoga Street. 


[41-32] 


[39-42J 


Teas, Coffees and Spices. 


TrcfaKlJeVi^H 1S11 



Mchlhenrich, John G., northeast comer 
Fayette and Liberty [41-44] 



GEORGE RAUH, 

ISI E R C H A N T TAILOR, 

1744 Eastern Avenue, near 

Ann Street. 

[45-58] 

JOSEPH J. RESHNECK, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

No. 1008 West Baltimore Street. 

[41-32] 

Schreiner, C. A., 215 West Fayette 

[41-42] 

Scott, William Amos, 328 North Eutaw 
[37-40] 

Seim, John, 9 South Popplelon [41-34] 

Simon, Theo. &. Bro., 427 West Pratt 

[4.5-40] 

Stafford, J. W.. 206 West Fayette [41-42] 

Strott. G. H. & Son, 1022 West Baltimore 
[41-32] 

Surhle, C. & Son, 2:39 South Broadway 

[43-58] 



Martin Gillet & Co., 
TEA IMPORTERS. 

Sole Prop'rs of HE-NO Tea. For Par- 
ticulars write or see them. 
308 Exchange Place. 
[43-48] 

Great China Tea Company, B. Barry, 
manager, G15 East Baltimore [41-38] 
215 Eutaw [39-40] 

IMPORTERS' & TRADERS' 

J- TEA COMPANY, 

Southwest Corner Gay and Forrest Sts. 
[37-52] 

425 South Broadway. 
[45-58] 
And Southeast Corner Pearl and Lex- 
ington Streets. 

[39-38] 

Knoblock, George, southwest corner Gay 
and Forrest [37-52] 

Telegraph Companies. 

American District Telegraph Company, 
J. B. Veakle, general manager, execu- 



tive office, 9>^ North Lutaw [41-42] 
ire Alarm and Police Telegraph, Cit 
Hall [41-48] 



Postal Telegraph and Cable Company, 
408 Exchange Place [43-48] 



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Western Union Telegraph Company, 
southwest corner Baltimore and Calvert 
L41-46] 

Telephone Company. 

Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone 
Company of Haltimore City, 231 East 
Baltimore [41-46] 

Terra Cotta. 

Burns, Russell & Co., 535 Columbia ave- 
nue [45-40J 
Ferine. M. & Sons, 1009 West Baltimore 

[41-32] Factory, 4 to8 South Schroeder 

[41-321 
Perot. W. H., office, 33 South Gay [^43-48] 

Factory, East Biddle and Loney s lane 

[31-72] 
Pitcher & Creamer, office, 4 South Pa^a 

(41-401 yards, Washington road [55-24] 

Telephone 1364-2 
Kiddle A: Williams, 124 N. Howard [41-42] 
Rittenhouse. N. NI., foot of Clement and 

Cross [53-50] 

Theatres and Halls. 

Academy of Music, Howard above Frank- 
lin [37-42] 
Concordia Opera House and Societv, 16 

North Eutaw [41-40] 
Cook's Hall, Joseph B. Cook, proprietor, 

10 and 12 South Schroeder [43-32] 
Forepaugh's Temple Museum, Fore- 

paugh & Connelly, proprietors, 225 

North Charles [41-44] 
Ford's Grand Opera House, Fayette near 

Eutaw [41-42] 
HoUiday .Street Theatre, Holliday and 

Fayene [41-48] 
Kelley's Front Street Theatre, Front and 

and Low [39-50] 
Kiernan's Monumental Theatre, East 

Baltimore and Jones' Falls [41-50] 
Krieerer's Hall, Toney Krieger, proprietor 

1235 East Biddle, corner Central avenue 

[29-M] 
Lyceum Theatre, Charles and Preston 

[29-44] 
Monitor Hall, Jacob Ringsdorf, proprie- 
tor, 300 South Central avenue, at forks 

of Fawn and Gough [43-54] 
National Hall, F. Vavrina & R. Sima, 

proprietors, corner East Monument and 

Castle [35-62] 

QDEON THEATRE, 



NocHMAN & TuRriN, Proprietors, 

1, 3, 5 and 7 South Frederick Street. 
[41-50] 



Toll Gate Keeper. 

Scharf. John C, Belair toll gate [23-66] 
Tin Plate Printers. 

Ronemous & Co., 211 and 213 Clay [39-42] 

Tin Plate and Sheet Iron 
"Workers. 

McCrea, J. L. & Bro., 1013 Lafayette 

avenue [33-32] 
Snyder, C, 132:3 Harford avenue [29-54] 

Tobacco 3Ianuf actiirer . 

Neudecker. L. H., 101 and 103 Marsh 
Market Space [41-50] and 701 and 703 
East Lombard [43-50] 

Trunk Manufacturer. 

Schriner, John P., agent, 325 West Bal- 
timore [41-42] 

Underwear Manufacturer. 

iawler, A. J., 411 South Broadway 

[45-58] 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Barron, Thomas F., 1052 Argyle avenue, 
near Hoffman [35-36] 

Dougherty, William, V. S., 1020 Decker 
alley and 10:35 Cathedral [31-44] 

Faville, Dr. Geo. C, (U. S. Bureau Ani- 
mal Industry) 210 St. Paul [41-46] 
Telephone 738 

Weidner, Dr. J. A., 717 Columbia ave- 
nue [47-36] 

Wray, W. H., (State veterinarian) 520 
North Howard [37-42] 

Vinegar and Pickle Manufac- 
turer. 

■pRANK SCHLEGEL. 

Manufacturer of and Dealers in 

VINEGAR, CATSUP, SOURKROUT 

Pickles, Chow Chow, Onions, Etc., 

522 to 526 South Ann Street, near Canton 
Avenue. [45-60] 

Special inducements offered to Store- 
keepers and Restaurants. Goods deliv- 
ered free of charge. For orders please 
send postal card. 

Wall Paper, AVindow Shades, 
Etc. 

Biddison, William T., 686 Columbia ave- 
nue [45-aS] 



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BUSINESS GUIDE OF 



QEORGE EWALT, 

, PAPERHANGER, 

Wall Papers, Window Shades, Table Oil 

Cloths, Cornices, Window Awnings, 

Mosquito Nets, Etc., Etc. 

568 North Gay Street. [.37-52] 

AVatclimakers and Je^velers. 

Atkinson, H. F. & Co., northeast corner 

Lexington and Liberty [39-44") 
Giese, Frank, 620 Patterson ave [29-32] 
Kaiser, Charles, 224 West Lexington 

[41-42] 

■pREDERICK NILY, 

FINE GOLD JEWELRY, 

Watches, Clocks, Etc. Hair Jewelry 
Made to Order. Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired with care. 

627 West Baltimore Street, bet. Greene 
and Arch. [41-381 

A STAI B, 

— Practical — 

WATCH, CHRONOMETER 

AND CLOCK MAKER, 

668 West Lexington Street. 
[39-38] 

^ STEINMANN, 

— Practical — 

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, 

125 W. Camden Street, opp. Hanover 
Market. [4.5-44] 

Watches, Clocks, Spectacles and Silver- 
ware Sold and Repaired. 

AVIiart'jige. 

( Manufacturing ) 
C. F. Ranstead - and V Co., 

/ Wharfage ) 
Office, foot of Bayard and Warner [55-38J 
Telephone 1276 



Ranstead's Wharves, Lyman T. Ran- 
stead, proprietor, foot of Eutaw [55-38] 
Reeder, A. J., foot of Cross [51-50] 

"Wheel and Hub Manufacturers. 



Established 1881. Established 1881. 

E. STINSON & CO., 

BALTIMORE WHEEL FACTORY, 

Manufacturers of 

WARNER PATENT WHEELS, 

Plain Wood Hub Wheels, 

Brown Shell Band Wheels, Spokes, 
Rims, Etc. Best Wheels. 

331, 333 and 335 North Street. [39-48] 

AVindo\e and Plate Glass. 

Emory & Co., northwest corner Fayette 
and Liberty [41-42] 

"Wines and Liiqiior.s. 

Alhambra House, W. H. Eason, proprie- 
tor, southeast corner Fayette and Hol- 
liday [41-48] 

T OUIS ALTVATER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Imported and Domestic 

WINES AND LIQUORS. 

1028 and 1030 Eastern Avenue, Northwest 
Corner Central. [45-54] 

Altpeter, Geortre, 114 Pearl [41-38] 
Bach, Henry, 1812 Pratt "43-60] 
Bachmann, Theo., 1818 Orleans [37-60] 
Baur, Henry, 417 West Lexington [39-40] 
Davis, Thomas, 27 West Biddle [31-44] 
Donohue, J. H., 1001 East Fayette 

[39-54] 
Doyle, James, 425 Franklin [37-40] 
Dulany, Walter & Co., 39 South Gay 

[43-48] Telephone tm 
Ehmling, August, cor. Eutaw and Lom- 
bard [43-40] 
Gottchalk & Co., southwest corner Light 

and Balderson [43-46] and 309 North 

Charles [39-44] 
Hulscmann, Charles F., 2326 Cambridge, 

corner Concord [47-64] 
Hulsemann, F.. 12 North Liberty [41-42] 
Keller, Fred., 2024 Orleans [37-62] 
Krieger, Tony, corner Central avenue 

and Biddle 1:31-54] 
Kroeber, Charles A., 1704 East Lombard 

[41-58] 
McCann, John, 324 East Federal [27-46] 



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Mormann, Henry, 612 South Broadway 

[47-58] 
Mormann. W. W. & Co., 326 Hanover, 

corner Conway [45-44] 


QHR. REDMERS, 

Dealer in all kinds of Foreign and 
Domestic 


JACOB MUENZING'S 

WINE, LIQUOR AND LAGER 
BEER SALOON, 


WINES AND LIQUORS, 

No. 743 Burke Street, Northeast Corner 
of Lancaster. [47-64] 

Superior Lager Beer, Ale and Porter al- 
ways on Draught. 


2017 Frederick Avenue, opposite West- 
ern Hay Scales. [43-22] 


Samstag, H., 117 West Lombard [43-44] 


GEORGE SCHNEIDER, 


Murray, Martin, northwest corner Mary- 
land avenue and Chase [31-44] 
Murphy, Richard, 400 East Federal 

[27-48] 


CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS, ETC., 
1001 Eastern Avenue cor Exeter 


WILLIAM MURSCHEL 


Street. [45-.S4] 


FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS 

302 W. Fayette Street, near Ford's 
Opera House. [41-42] 


p J. SIEGEL, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
WHISKIES, WINES & BRANDIES. 


pHARLES PLEITNER. 


No. 750 East Lombard Street, Northwest 
Corner Front. [43-50] 


Wholesale and Retail Dealer in and Im- 
porter of 

WINES AND LIQUORS, 

Brandies, Gins, &c., 

515 Lexington Street, between Di;imond 

and Greene Streets. [39-40] 


Spurrier, Nelson. .521 Wilson [29-34] 
Stallo, Frank, 413 West Lexington [39-40] 
Voneiff Brothers, (wholesale) 10 North 

Greene [41-40] 
Walters, E. & Co., (wholesale) office and 
warehouse, 37 South Gay [43-48] Dis- 
tillery, Canton 
Walter, Philipp, southwest corner Eager 
and Canal [;i:i-.54] 


Ringsdorf, Jacob, .300 Central avenue cor- 
ner of Fawn and Gough [4^3-54] 
Rodgers, P., 228 Park avenue [30 42] 
Roemer, C, 1869 Belair avenue [29-60] 


Zmkand, Charles, 16 N. Greene [41-40] 

Wood-Working Machinery. 

Clarkson, Joseph & Sons, 318, 320 and 
322 North Front [.39-50] 



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RATES OF POSTAGE. 



Postal Cards, i cent each, go without 
further charge to all parts of the United 
Slates and Canada. Cards for foreign 
countries (within the Postal Union) 2 
cents each. Postal cards are unmailable 
With any writing or printing on the ad- 
dress side, except the direction, or with 
anything pasted upon or attached to them. 

All Letters, to all pans of the United 
States and Canada, 2 cents for each ounce 
or fraction thereof. 

Local, or "Drop" Letters, that is, 
for the city or town where deposited, 2 
cents where the carrier system is adopted, 
and I cent where there is no carrier sys- 
tem. 

First Class. — Letters and all other 
written matter, whether sealed or un- 
sealed, and all other matter sealed, nailed, 
sewed, tied, or fastened in any manner, 
so that It cannot be easily examined, 2 
cents for each ounce or fraction thereof. 

Second Class. — Only for publishers 
anc news agents, i cent per pound. 

Third Class. — Printed matter, in un- 
sealed wrappers only, (all matter inclosed 
in notched envelopes must pay letter rate) 
I cent for each 2 ounces or fraction there- 
of, which must be fully prepaid. This 
includes books, circulars, chromos, en- 
gravings, handbills, lithographs, maga- 
zines, music, newspapers, proof-sheets 
and m.anuscript accompanying the same, 
pamphlets, reproductions by the electric 
pen, hektograph, metallograph, papyro- 
graph, and, in short, any reproduction 
upon paper by any process except hand- 
writing and the copying press. Limit of 
weight 4 pounds, except for a single book, 
which may weigh more. 

Fourth Class. — All mailable matter 
not included in the three preceding classes 
which is so prepared for mailing as to be 
easily withdrawn from the wrapper and 
examined, i cent per ounce or fraction 
thereof. Limit of weight 4 pounds. Full 
prepayment compulsory. 

Reforwarding. — Letters will be for- 
warded from one postofTice to another 
upon the written request of the person 
addressed without additional postage 
charge ; but unclaimed packages cannot 
be returned to the sender until stamps 
are furnished to pay the return postage. 



Permissible "Writing. — No writing is 
permitted on third or fourth class matter 
except as follows : The name and address 
of the sender on the outside or inside of 
the package, preceded by the word 
"from." On the wrapper may also be 
written the names and number of the ar- 
ticles inclosed. The sender is further 
allowed to mark a word or passage in a 
book or paper to which he desires to call 
special attention. He may also write a 
simple inscription or dedication upon the 
cover or blank leaves of a book or pamph- 
let. There may be attached to articles 
of merchandise, by tag or label, a mark, 
number, name or letter for purpose of 
identification. Printed circulars may 
contain the written name of the sender 
or of the addressee, and the date. Any 
other writing on third and fourth class 
matter will subject the package to letter 
rates of postage, and render the sender 
liable to a fine of ten dollars for each of- 
fense. Printed matter may be inclosed 
with fourth class matter, but the whole 
package is subject to the rate of i cent 
per ounce or fraction thereof. 



POSTAL NOTES. 

Upon payment of a fee of 3 cents each, 
Postal Notes for any amount under $5 
may be purchased at any money order 
office, payable to bearer at any time within 
three calendar months from the last day 
of the month during which it was issued : 
but payable only at such money-order 
oiiice as the purchaser may select or at the 
office of issue. 



MONEY ORDERS. 

Orders not exceeding $5 5 cts. 

Exceeding $5, not exceeding $10 . . 8 " 
" 10, " " 15.. 10 " 

;; 15, ;; " 30. 15 " 

" 30, '* " 40.. 20 " 

" 40, " " 50- -25 " 

" 50. " " 60.. 30 " 

" 60, " " 70. 35 " 

" 70, " " 80.. 40 " 

80, " " 100. 45 " 

When a larger sum than $ioo is required 
additional orders to make it up must ho 
olHained. 





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the following Cities have been copyrighted by the undersignec 

for the publication of the Duplicate Map 

Business Directory. 



Albany, N. Y. 
Allegheny, Penn. 
Atlantic, Ga. 
Aug'U'itu, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md, 
Bay City, Mich. 
JJoston, Mass. 
Hridg^eport, Conn. 
Bmoklvn, N. Y, 
Butfalo, N . Y. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
{'amden, N. J. 
Clia'leston. S. C 
Chioajfo, III:*. 
CincitJiiati, Ohio. 
Cl<'veland, Ohio. 
Colunibus, Ohio. 
Cuvin^ton, Ky 
Dayton. Ohio. 
Des Mo'Mes la. 
Denver, Colorado. 
Davenpoit, la. 
Detroit. Mich. 
I'u "Uquc, la. 
P-vie, }'a 
Elizabeth, N.J. 
Evan.sviile, Ind. 
Fall liiver, MaR". 
F6rt Way II", Ind. 
Grand Kapid>i, Mich. 
Hartford, Conn 
Hai risiHirtr. Pa 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Jersey City, N. J. 
KansjisCity, Mo. 
Lui»ca.ster, Pa. 
Lawrence, Mass. 
Louisville, Ky.. 
Lynn. Mmss. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Milwaukee Wis 
Minneapolis. Minn. 



Manchester, N. H. 
Mobille, Ala. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Newark, N.J. 
New Bedford, Mass- 
New Haven, Conu. 
New Orleans, La. 
New York City, N. Y. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Oakland, Cal. 
Omaha. Neb. 
Paterson, N. J. 
Peoria, IlLs 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
i'ittsburgh. Pa. 
P Ttland, Me. 
Providence, R. I. 
Quincy, Ills. 
Richmond, Va. 
Heading-, Pa. 
Kochester. N. Y. 
Salem, Mass. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
San .Antonio, Texas. 
St. Joseph, Mo. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Savannah, (ia. 
SprinKtield. Ills. 
Spriiip-licld, Mass. 
Spriufrtield, Ohio. 
Syracuse, N. Y . 
Terra Haute, Ind. 
Tole<lo, Ohio. 
Trenton, N . J. 
Troy. N. Y. 
Utica, NY. 
Washington, D. C. 
Whee.in'g. W. Va. 
Wilinintrton, Del. 
Wo- r'e<srf>r, Ma«s. 
Zanes\ illo, Ohio, 

JOSEPH RIPPE> 



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