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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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250 STA

Spilcker G. H. (W. & H. S.) 9 Lexington
SPILCKER WM. & H. lamp, ethereal oil,
&c. 136 vv Baltimore
Spilker George, laborer, 291 Canton av
SPILKER & PRECHT, import's German,
French, and English fancy goods, over
2G9 w Baltimore
Spiller Edwd. B. (Meredith, Spencer & Co.)
32 n Fremout
Spillrnan George, porter, 55 Watson
Spillman John, shoemaker, 11 s Front
Spilman A. B. clerk, Franklin Bank. 290 w
Spilman Henry, bricklayer, 22 East
Spihnan Henry, clerk, 121 s High
Spilman John, tailor, 164 Mulberry
Spilman John H. tailor, 8 Tessier
Spilman Peter, tailor, 122 Pine
Spilmyre Wm. furniture wagon, 142 e Pratt
Spindler Mary, G3 Hillen
Spindler Peter, moulder, 63 Hillen
Spink John H. laborer, 269 Hushes
Spinner John, shoemaker, 19 Park
6 s Front '
Spoell Christopher, wheelwright, Canton
Spoerhast Gustavus, butcher, 261 and 262
Spore Erkhan, upholsterer, 163 e Lombard
Sprague Elisha R. (S. & Root,) treas. Md
Portable Gas Co. 9 Carey
Sprague Capt. George, 135 s Bond
Sprague Horace R. bailiff court house, 14£
SPRAGUE & ROOT, attorneys at law
over 202 w Baltimore
Spralding David, shoemaker, 120 York
Spreckelmyer Geo. H. carp. 256 Hanover
Spreckelsen George A. V. Eutaw square
near Lanvale
Sprenkle Charles, chair maker, s w come
Lombaid and Caroline, dw 15 s Caroline
Sprigg Daniel, cashier Merchants' Bank
37 Cathedral
Sprigg Jas. Wm. tinner, 357 s Charles
Sprigg Joseph A. stock and bill broker, 8
Second, dw 611 w Fayette
Sprigg Louisa, 552 Lexington
Sprigg Samuel, conductor, 700 w Pratt
SPRIGG THOMAS, regalia manufacturer
Lexington near Schroeder, and restaurant
1 s Eutaw
Sprigg Wm. carpenter, 17 Grant, dw 46
w Fayette
Spring Garden Chapel Sunday School, Hen
rietta near Eutaw
Spring Robert, book agent, 52 s Spring
Springer, Freidenreich & Co. wh. clothiers
309 w Baltimore
Springer Moses H. (S. Freidenreich & Co.
118 Mulberry
Springer Lipman, rag dealer, 145 s Spring
Sproston Jane, 201 w Fayette
Sprowl William, carter, 235 n Canal
Sprucebank Benjamin, watchman N. C
Railway depot, 239 Cathedral
Spuck Conrad, butcher, 2 Neighbor
Spuhn Geo. tailor, 426 w Lombard
Spurrier's Court, Lexington next to Lav

Spurrier Grafton D. clerk Merchants' bank'
62 n Paca
SPURRIER NELSON, conveyancer, 4
Spurrier's ct. dw Lexington near Stricker
Spurrier William, clerk B. & O. R. R. 37 s
Spurrier Windham, conveyancer, 124 Pine
Squires Geo. W. carpenter, 22 Dawson
Sroud Wm. bricklayer, 39 Jackson
Sroud Wm. bricklayer, 390 Harford av
Staab George, tailor, 58 Somerset
Staab John, tailor, 72 Somerset
Stabell A. C. tobacconist, 69 Center Market
space, dw Fayette near Canal
Stabell Albert C. bookkeeper, 151 e Fayette
STABLER EDWARD H. & Co. wholes,
druggists, 3 s Calven.[See Advertisements. ]
Stabler Edward H. (Edward H. S. & Co.)
205 w Lombard
Stabler Edward jr. book keeper, 73 Sharp
Stabler Francis, (Edward H. S. & Co.) 521
w Fayette
Stack Charlotte, Welsh near Fremont
Slack John, carpenter, 119 St. Paul
Staen Peter, 261 Cathedral
Staffe George, carpenter, 505 Saratoga
Stafford Geo. W. book keeper, 26 s. Bond
Stafford John, carter, cor. William & West
Stafford Lawrence, 96 Green Mount av
Stafford Moses, laborer, 277 Forest
Stafford Nicholas, well digger, 126 Green
Mount av
Stafford Capt. Wm. W. jr. 159 s Broadway
Stagmer William H. plumber 170 East
Stagner Michael, potter, 356 Canton av
Stahl Charles G. baker, 247 Orleans
Stahl Edward L. apothecary and druggist,
corner Charles and Pratt, dw 141 s Paca
Stahl George sen. carpenter, 11 Grant, dw
Lexington near Fulton
Stahl Jacob, piano maker 175 Lemmon
Stahl Peter, laborer, 5 Park
Staib Michael, tavern, 173 Franklin
Stainer Peter, glass blower, 26 Lancaster
Stalfort Frederick, currier, 326 w Pratt. dw
54 Euiaw
Stall Alexander, carpenter, 26 St. Mary
Stall Daniel, stone mason, 448 w Lombard
Stall Joseph, bricklayer, 174 n Fremont
Siallards Samuel, brickmkr. 251 Columbia
Stalling Clements, shoemaker, 47 s Bond
Stallings Joseph A. chair mkr. 61 n Spring
Stallings Lewis, brickmaker, 353 Columbia
Stallings Wm. C. ladies' shoemaker, 79 n
Siallon Peter, laborer, Lancaster, Canton
St. Alphonsus Church, (Roman Catholic,
German,) cor. Park and Saratoga
St. Alphonsus Hall, 104 Saratoga
Stamel John, shoemaker, 69 Portland
Staminger Jacob, laborer, 13 Goodman al
Stammen Ct:as. G. carpenter, 167 Aisquith
Stammen Edward G. feed store, 115 Cam-
den, dw 158 e Monument
Stammers Sheppard, conductor of Bryan,
Maitland & Co's distillery, Clinton s ot
Boston, Canton, dw 326 e Pratt
Stamp Thomas, cooper, 27 Ringold
Stamp William, machinist, 70 Lee
Stampflet John, last maker, 26 Abbey al

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