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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 114   View pdf image (33K)
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Schneider Jacob, tailor, 15 Shakspeare st.
Schmenn Henry, carpenter, 61 Cross st.
Schmenner Daniel, baker,-46 Union st.
Schinidt J. Adam, tailor,
—— Henry David, tailor, 1 Park st.
—— Mrs. Maria, 251 W. Lombard st.
—— Jas., butcher, Federal Hill, near telegraph.
—— Joseph, plasterer, 266 E. Monument- st.
—— August, weaver, c. Cross and William sts.
—— Herman A., bookbinder, 7 Bank lane.
Schminke G., clerk, 29 Con way st.
SchmittA., tailor, 211 S. Bond st.
Schnauber Wm., confectioner, 175 Pitt st.
Schneider Wendel, baker, 128 E. Madison st.
—— Adam, tavern keeper, 130 E. Madison st.
—— Henry, paver, 207 Wilk st.
Schnibbee Diedrich, grocer, 180 S. Eutaw st.
Schnively Jacob, glass cutter, 27 S. Paca st.
Schoening & Sawyer, boot, shoe and hat dealers,
17 German st.
Schoffer .Felix, shoemaker, 23 Pine st.
Schofield Benjamin, finisher, 118 Hollins st.
Scholl Louis, paver, 148 Alice Anna st.
—— Sylvester, paver, 67 Buren st.
Scholz Charles, tailor, 18 Grant st.
Schone George, porter, 253 S. Charles st.
Schonwald J. T., perfumery store, 216 W. Pratt.
School Balto. High, c. Holliday and Fayette sts.
N. C. Brooks, principal.
—— Male Public N. ], M. Connolly, principal,
c. Fayette and Green sts.
—— Male Public No. 2, Dr. F. L. Grammar,
principal, c. Broadway and Bank st.
—— Male Public No. 3, H. Connolly, principal,
c. Pitt and Aisquith sts.
—— Male Public No. 4, J. H. Falconer, prin-
cipal, c. Hanover and Lee sts.
—— Male Public No. 5, T. H. Robinson, prin-
cipal, c. Monument and Forrest sts.
—— Male Public No. 6, Rev. E. Y. Reese,
principal, Ross near Biddle st.
—— Male Public No. 7, Mr. Johnson, principal,
c. Cove st. and Ridgely alley.
—— Male Public No. 8, J. Harshaw, principal,
high school build, c. Fayette &. Holliday sts
—— Eastern Female High, Edward Siker, prin-
cipal, c. Pitt and Front sts.
—— Western Female High, Robert Kerr, prin-
cipal, Paca near Fayette st.
—— Female Public No. 1, Miss McConkey
principal, c. Green and Fayette sta.
—— Female Public No. 2, Miss Mary McDer-
mot, principal, c. Broadway and Bank st.
—— Female Public No. 3, Mrs. Ross, principal,
c. Pitt and Front sts.
— Female Public No. 4, Mrs. King, principal,
c. Hanover and Lee sts.
—— Female Public No. 5, Miss Jours, principal,
c. Monument and Forrest sts.
—— Female Public No. 6, Miss Story, princ.,
Ross near Biddle st.
—— Female Public No. 7, Miss M. Rice, prin-
cipal, Canton near Race course.
—— Female Public No. 8, Miss King, principal,
c. Cove st. and Ridgely alley.
Schoolfield & Co., lottery and exchange dealers,
1 N. Calvert st.
—— Luther A., of firm, h. 41 N. Front st.
—— Mrs. Charlotte, 172 E. Lombard st.
Schorb Andrew, 133 N. Howard st.
Schreiber Philip, grocer, 66 S. Charles st
Schreiner Conrad, tailor, 318 N. Gay st.

Schriner —— , tailor, 187 S. Sharp st.
Schroate Mathias, bacon dealer, 130 Pine st.
Schroeder Mrs. Clara, 200 Wolf St.
—— Wm., firm R. A. Tailor & Co., 216 Franklin
—— Henry, ship smith, 200 Wolf st.
—— Henry, stone cutter, 35 S. Eutaw st:
—— Philip, importer of German goods, 306 W
Baltimore st., h. 86 S. Howard st.
—— Henry, stone cutter, 280 W. Pratt st.
—— Frederick H., tobacconist, 7 L. Paca st.
—— D. & H., boot & shoe makers, 183 N. Gay
—— Mrs. Margaret, 39 Albemarle st.
Schuchts John Henry, 166 E. Baltimore st.
Schuerman Dr. F., 52 N. Front st.
Schuh George, tavern keeper, 10 Swan st.
Schulenberg Harman, cabinet and chair make
57 & 59 S. Sharp st., h. 112 S. Green st.
Schulter Henry, tavern keeper, 52 Camden st.
Schultz Joseph, laborer, 211 Happy alley.
—— Garrett, laborer, 21 Perry st.
—— Arnold, carpenter, 47 Clay st.
—— Wm., barber, 153 Light st.
—— Wm., boot and shoe maker, 46 Thames s
—— John, seaman, 24 Shakspeare st.
Schumacher A. & Co., importers of Germa
goods, 9 S. Charles st.
—— A., consul for Hamburg and Bremen, 9 £
Charles st.
—— George, brickmaker, 171 S. Sharp st.
—— Frederick, clerk, 24 Camden st.
—— Mrs. F., boarding house, 24 Camden st.
Schurner Conrad, butcher, 166 Alice Anna st.
Schunk Mrs., boarding house, 7 French st.
—— Mrs. Sophia, 123 Ensor st.
Schupp Henry, tavern keeper, 81 N. Gay st.
Schutte Henry, boot & shoe maker, 191 Ann s
Schutz John, shoemaker, 141 S. Howard st.
Schwalbe Nicholas, tailor, 293 Saratoga st.
Schwartz Julius, confectioner, 295| W. Bait
Schwartzauer Dan., fancy store, 244 S. Charle
Schwartzbaugh John, carpenter, 233 S. Bond s
Schwartze Dr. Edward, 100 Hanover st.
—— L. B., vinegar dealer, 1 Albemarle st.
— E., shoemaker, 296 E. Monument st.
Schwartzhaupt Conrad, seaman, 57 Albemarle
Schwatka Charles A., city bailiff, 17 Jasper st
—— August, blacksmith, 30 Jasper st.
Schwoope Amand, laborer, 69 Buren st.
Scott Robert, tailor, 152 E. Madison st.
—— Samuel W., carter, 248 E. Monument st.
—— Henry, carpenter, S3 McElderry st.
—— John, iron safe manuf., 10B W. Balto, st.
—— James W., druggist, 182 W. Baltimore st
h. 49 E. Lombard 3t.
—— Charles, police officer, 64 Hamburg st.
—— Thomas, mariner, 14 Armistead lane.
—— Robert, huckster, 401 Lexington st.
—— T. Parkin, att'y, 16 St. Paul st.
—— Mrs. John, 11 St. Paul st.
—— Miss Catharine, board, house, 77 St. Pau
—— Townsend, property agt., basement c. Fa'
ette and North sts., h. 93 St. Paul st.
—— J. T., newsman, 15 Commerce st.
—— James, shoemaker, 137 N. Canal st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, tailoress, 143 N. Canals
—— Noah, mariner, 82 Lancaster st.
—— James, tavern keeper, 152 Fleet st.
—— Wm., tailor, 210 E. Lombard st.
—— Mm. Ann, 40 S. Strawberry alley.
—— Joseph, grocer & feed mer., 179 Orleans st.
— John, trader, 123. Hillen st.
—— Samuel, grocer, 60 Jefferson st.


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