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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Hollis Wm. H., attorey at law, 34 St. Paul, h 36
n Calvert
Hollis Ann, 11 Chatsworth
HOLLOWAY CHAS. T., watchmaker and

jeweler, 94 Baltimore, h 118 n High
Holloway Edward, attorney at law, 51 w Fayette
Holloway George, varnisher, 300 Lexington
Holloway John M., watchmaker and jeweler,
282 Baltimore, h 118 n High
Holloway Robert, watchmaker, 118 n High
Holm Bridget, 68 Hampstead
Hollstine John, carpenter, 160 s Eden
Holman, Charles, shoemaker, 5 Goodman's al.
Holman Henry, grocer, 27 Sharp
Holman John H., architect, Mosher near Divi-
sion st
Holmes Amile, boarding house, 107 w Lombard
Holmes Charles, bricklayer, 62 Preston
Holmes Elizabeth, confectioner, 793 w Balt.
Holmes George, carter, 654 Light
Holmes Henry, carpenter, 127 Ross
Holmes James, machinist, 37 Holland
Holmes John, wheelwright, 175 Preston
Holmes John, proprietor butter depot, 129 west
Holmes John E., gilder, 206 Mullikin
Holmes Joseph, fisher, 279 William
Holmes Mary Ann, grocer, 29 Douglass
Holmes Richard, grocer, 171 Penn. avenue
Holmes Robert S., (Baker, Holmes & Brown,)
metal manufacturers, 42 e Pratt, h 51 Fawn
Holmes Samuel, fish dealer, 318 William
Holmes Samuel, laborer, 158 Greene
Holmes Sarah, 248 Eastern avenue
Holmes Wm. G., blacksmith, 34 n Schroeder
Holmes Thomas, fisherman, 301 William
Holmes Wm., brass founder, 68 Thames, h 68
Holstead John, keeper bark mill, 187 Forest
Holstein Wm. H., tinner, h 107 s Paca
HOLT BENJAMIN S., lime depot, w Falls
avenue, h 257 w Lombard
Holt Ann, 248 w Lombard
Holt Elizabeth, 57 Columbia
Holt Joseph, bricklayer, 278 e Lombard
Holt Lawrence, carter, 191 Alice Anna
Holt Wm., weaver, 543 Saratoga
Holt Wm. H., moulder, 193 Madison
Holt Philemon & Co., ship chandlers and gro-
cers, west Falls avenue, City block,
Holthause Francis T., glass, oil and paint deal-
er, 10 Baltimore
Holtman Henry, tailor, 275 n Canal
Holton Mary, 46 Hampstead
Holton David, clerk, 259 Monument
Holton George J., butcher, 324 Monument
Holton John, grocer and liquor dealer, 160 e
Holton John, pickler and preserver, 250 s Eutaw
Holton Wm., provision dealer, h 115 s Exeter
Holton Wm., property agent, 20 Second, h Al-
Holtz, Emanuel paper hanger, corner Forest &
Truxton, h 88 York avenue
Holtz John, h West between Eutaw and War-
ner streets
Holtze Frederick, nailor, 34 Philpot
Holtzeman Andrew J., engineer, 5 n Republican
Holtzman George, H. h 162 Franklin
Holtzman Thomas, runner Commercial and
Farmer's bank, h 104 Greene
HOLTZMAN WM., tavern, 10 n Frederick

161 HON





West falls Avenue, City Block,


Keeps constantly on hand Paints, Oils, Var-

nish, Turpentine, Tar, Brushes, Coarse and

Fine Salt, Flour, Bacon, Fish. Sugar, Tea, Cof-

fee, Old Rye and Rectified Whiskey, Brandy,

Gin, Rum, and Wines. Cordage of all kinds.



Oil and Glass Store,


Between the Bridge and Harrison St.,


Where may be had a general assortment of

dry and ground Colors, Window and Picture

Glass, Varnishes, fine Brushes; also, Artist's

fine Colors, Canvass, Tools, Pencils, &c.

N. B. — Paints ready mixed for use.

Holwide F., importer French hats, 23½ w Balt.
Holwide Ferdinand, hat dealer, 36 e Baltimore
Holycomb Nathan, laborer, 129 Durham
Holzmr, Wm., tailor, 42 Second
Holzchuker John, cabinet maker, 44 Lee
Homan Casper, laborer, 15 Giddings
Homan John A., tailor, 385 Saratoga
Homan, John A., tailor, 385 Saratoga
Home Alva, architect, 22 Second
Home Francis, 1 York avenue
Home Insurance Co., Commercial buildings, 43
s Gay, G. B. Coale, agent
Homer Casper, 393 s Charles
Homer Christopher, baker, 239 Gough
Homestead Christ. 249 s Howard
Homestead and Land Association, office 1
Fayette, Jno. Van Hook and Edward B. Jack-
son, proprietors
Hommel Casper, 60 Penn. avenue
Hone Wm., moulder, 3 Scott
Honey Henry, carter, 14 Chapel
Honeywell John, Exchange broker, 208 Balti-
more, h 77 Biddle

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