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Sohlotts, Conrad, distiller, 346 Saratoga
Schluter Chrisr. tailor, 44 Clay
Schmaker Wm. 154 Sharp
Schmannar Dl. baker, 208 Biddle
Schmemg Alve.s, prop. Volks Hall, 5 s Frederick
Schmelz G. Wm. shoemaker, 124 Vine
Schmeltz Mary T. 61 C. market
Schmelz Henry, shoemaker, 87 Raborg
Schmuk Philip, slater, 23 Watson
Schmidt Adam, tailor, 523 Baltimore
Schmidt Adam, laborer, Fort road, s of Powd. house
Schmidt Andrew, shoemaker, 151 n Eutaw
Schmidt Anthony, plasterer, 69 n Sbroeder
Schmidt August, grocer, 233 Hanover
Schmdit Call Francis, coal carter, 57 Eastern av
Schmidt —— , shoemaker, s w cor Lex'tn & Sharp
Schmidt Christian, cigar maker, Canal s of Lomb'd Conrad, shoemaker, 169 n Eden
Schmidt Eliza F. fancy store, 251 n Howard
Schmidt Geo. tailor, n e cor Chatsworth & Franklin
Schrnidt Geo. Hvland, 7 Abey al
Schmidt Gergard, coach lace weaver, 17 Jefferson
Schmidt Henry D. tailor, 27 Dewberry al
Schmidt Henry, tailor, 121 n Caroline
Schmidt Dr. Jacob, homeopaethic physician, 144
Schmidi John, shoemaker, 250 Franklin
Schmidt John, grocer, cor Gibson and Biddle
Schmidi John, blacksmith, 201 s Eutaw
Schmidt Jno,. glass blower, Ostend near glass house
Schmidt John S. between Penn av & Division and
Townsend and Mosher
Schmidt John tobacconist, s w cor Eastern av and
Exeter st
Schmidt John Adam, tailor, 184 Canton av
Schmidt K —— , carpeuter, 18 Potter
Schmidt Lewis, furniture man, Canton
Schmidt Margaret, 181 s Bond
Schmidt Paul, brass caster, 46 n Frederick
Schmidt Philip, prop, tavern, Park near Liberty
Schmidt Philip D. baker an4 conf. 44 n Greene
Schmidt Wm. H. book binder, 2 n Frederick
Schmidt Valentine, trimmings dealer, cor Leiing-
ton and Eutaw
Schminke Ann, boarding hoase, 29 Conway
Schminner Dl. baker, s w cor Biddle st & Elder al
Schmitman George, laborer, Castle al s Canton av
Schmoik John George, 65 Johnson
Schmuck John Coney, shoemaker, 50 Chatsworth
Schmuck Lewis, grocer, s e cor How'd & Henrietta
Schmuck Salomon, carpenter, 5 s Carey
Schmurz Henry, tobacconist, 441 n Gay

Schnaeder Chas. butcher, Penn av nr. McMechin st
Schnackenberg Armond D. apoth. near 58 Ensor
Schnair Jacob, Chapel s w Penn av
Schnauffer Chas. Henry, printer daily Germ, paper,
14 e Lombard
Schneider Adam, shoemaker. 161 Sarah Ann
Schneider Adam, laborer, Bond n of Orleans
Schneider Caspar, milkman, Fort road nr. Powder
Schneider Dorothea, boarding house, 56 Balt
Schneider Elizabeth, Townsend w of Huckstown
Schneider Geo. shoemaker, Wyeth st
Schneider George, tailor, 639 Balt
Schneider Godfrey, shoemaker, 270 Biddle
Schneider Gustavus, cooper, 512 w Balt
Schneider John, laborer, 69 Johnson
Schneider John, tavern keeper, 57 Hanover
Schneider John, grocer, 204 Light
Schneider John, carpet weaver, cor Paca st and Car-
penter's ally
Schneider Lawrence, tavern keeper, 282 s Bond
Schneider Lewis, carpet weaver, 32 Balderston
Schneider Martin, liquor dealer, 42 Camden
Schneider Matthew, baker, 248 Franklin
Schneider M. grocer, cor Liberty and Clay
SCHNEIDER & VONIEFF, importers of liquors,
&c. 154 w Lombard
Schneidereich Chs. W. book & job print. 19 Mercer
Schnerr Wm. laborer, Regester st n of Canton av
Schnider Fredk. laborer, Race st
Schnorr John, cabinet maker, 95 n Canal
Schofield Benj. trim. & variety dealer 453 w Balt
SCHOFIELD HENRY, jr. "Institute Hall" res-
taurant, 8 C. market
Schofield Henry, clerk, 10 Albemarle
Scholez John C. F. tailor, 18 Grant
Schone John, liquor dealer, 2 Patterson
Schonhats Chas baker, 100 Eastern av
Schonit Nich. tailor, n w cor Alice Anna st and
Castle al
Schoofield Charlotte, tutoress, 172 e Lombard
School Commissioners Baltimore Co. cor Lexing-
ton and St Paul
School Episcopalian, n e cor Mullikin & Spring
School Germ. Lutheran, 26 Saratoga, Andrew J.
Perner, principal
School Male & Female Free of Baltimore, Rev. T.
Bassford, prin. Courtland s of Pleasant
School St. Paul Free, rear St. Paul's church Sara-
toga, cor Charles, Geo. M. Edwards, teacher
School St. Peter's Free, 3 n Greene, up stairs


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