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Jordan Ann, 108 Chesnut
Jordan Edward, 107 s Ann
Jordan Francis, variety gds dealer, 54 w Pratt,
h 78 s Exeter
Jordan James B., of Balt. & Ohio R.R. Co., 493
w Fayette
Jordan John T., ship carpenter, 119 Washington
Jordan Levi, clothier, 36 Center market
Jordan Owen, labr., French alley, fr. French st
Jordan Samuel, cigar maker, 108 Raborg
Jordan Simon, tavern keeper. 116 s Howard
Jordon Henry, 102 Saratoga
Jordon Isaac, ship carpenter, 19 Williamson al
Jordon John, pilot, 288 Eastern avenue
Jordon Robert, ship carpenter, 119 Washington
Jordon Samuel, 96 s Broadway
Jordon Wm., K., carpenter, 176 Burgundy al
Jordon Wm., huckster, 123 e Pratt
Jory Miss Ann E., fancy and millinery dealer,
42 1-2 Hanover, h 263 w Lombard
Joseph George, paver, 10 Falls
Joseph James, hackman, 278 n Howard
Joseph John, tailor, 21 Slemmer alley
Joseph John, blacksmith, 32 Tyson
Joseph Mary J., 9 s Bond
Joseph William, blacksmith, 56 Tyson
Joslin ——. 106 Pine
Jourdan William, cooper, 199 s Ann
Jours George, 159 e Monument
Joy William M., confectioner, 354 Light
Joyce Elizabeth, 155 Conway
Joyce Francina, 27 Thompson
Joyce George, police officer, 10 Williamson al
Joyce George, engineer. 152 n Bond
Joyce George, market

Joyce John, laborer, 38 Center market
Joyce Owen A., grocer, 36 3 Bond
Joyce Richard, painter, 127 s Canal
Joyce Thomas, bricklayer, 79 Forest
Joyce William, cooper, 191 n Canal
Joyce William, carpenter, 102 Aisquith,
Joyce William, jr., clerk, 102 Aisquith
Joyes Jesse, currier, 9 Ensor
Joynen William B., boiler maker, 35 Warren
Joynes Daniel, sail maker, l54 n Canal
Joys Capt. William G., 104 West
Joyse George, engineer, 152 n Bond
Jubb Edward, laborer, 254 Durham
Jubb Henry, sailor, 7 Williamson alley
Jubb Richard, fish dealer, Cannon St., Canton
Judah David, public weigher, 61 s Gay, h
Judd Samuel, clerk, 89 n Amity
Judefind Charles, blacksmith. 32 Lee
Judefind John, carpenter, York St., h 144 Lee
Judge Catherine, 239 Durham
Judge Henry, piano and organ tutor, 13 Barnet
Judick Joseph, stock broker, 246 w Lombard
Jufgar Francis, carter, 289 s Bond
Juhn Abraham, shoemaker, 133 w Lombard
Julian Thomas, tobacconist, 120 Greene
Jump Henry, laborer, 224 e Pratt
Jump Simon, dry goods dealer, 176 e Baltimore
Jung David, vinegar manuf., h 222 Biddle
Jung John, tailor, 47 Holland
Junk Enos, tailor, 88 Orleans
Junk John, cabinet maker, 130 Low
Junker Philip, shoemaker, 221 Light
Jurgens John C , saddler, 45 n Paca
Jurney Edward, laborer, 88 s Poppleton
Jury Capt George, 36 Warren
Justice John, furniture wagoner, 321 Saratoga

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Justice Rebecca, 321 Saratoga
Justis Wm. S., watch maker, 102 w Pratt, h cor
High and Watson



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in and Manufac-

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N. E. Cor. Pratt & Commerce Sts,,





KABBAUGH JOHN, mason, 95 n Amity
Kabernagel Henry, gro and liq. deal., 96 George
Kabernagel John H., porter, 49 Marion
Kabernagel John, 228 Saratoga
Kable George, cigar maker 341 s Charles

Kach Jacob, tinner, 190 s Charles
Kadenberger George, laborer, 30 Abbey alley
Kader Michael, laborer, 211 Carpenters' alley
Kader Henry, cooper, 612 Light
Kady Mary, 4 Richmond
Kael John, shoemaker, 85 Eastern avenue
Kaely John, carpenter, 120 Orleans
Kaerner Henry. 15 Somerset
Kahl John, 261 Eastern avenue
Kahler Adam, flour and feed merchants, 1 n
Paca, h 39 Pearl
Kahler Christian, butcher, 160 Canton avenue
Kahmer Andrew, furniture wag'r, 85 Harrison
Kahmer Casper, tavern, 85 Harrison
Kahn John, saddler, 194 s Charles
Kahn Levi, tailor, 32 Shakspeare
Kahn Louis, tailor, 115 Orleans
Kaines John, grocer, 350 Eastern avenue
Kaiser Charles, watch maker and jeweler, 48 w
Kal John, dealer in old iron, 240 Light
Kalahar Daniel, laborer 196 Raborg
Kalbfus Daniel, (D. & L K.,) h 532 Penn. av
Kalbfus John, plasterer, 51 n Bond
Kalbfus Lewis, (D. & L. K.,) h 268 w Lexing-
Kalbfus Lewis, jr., morocco dresser, 3 Cheap-
side, h Lexington
Kalbough John, mason, 95 n Amity
Kaldenback Wm., glass blower, 160 Montg.
Kalflinske Chas., (Dukehart & K.,) h Pleasant
Kalfman Charles, fancy store, 300 Montgomery
Kalkman Henry F., clerk post office, 778 Balt.
Kalkman Von Hollan, 51 Biddle
Kall William, shoemaker, 215 s Wolf
Kaltenbach Fredk., glass blower, 53 William
Kalvelach Henry, gro. and liq. dealer, 143 Wil-

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