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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Kline Joseph, 7 n Fremont
Kline Mindart F., clerk, 73 Grundy
Kline William, shoemaker, 238 Light
Klinefelter David, grocer, 218 Preston
Klinefelier Henry, officer custom house, h 45
Klinefelter Jesse, (O. D. & S. & J. K.,) h 194 e
KLINEFELTER JESSE, tavern, 57 w Fayette
KLINEFELTER O. D. & S. & J., forwarding
and commission merchants, 165 North
Kling John, merchant tailor, 447 Baltimore
Klingel Peter, carpet weaver, 12 Jackson's ct.
Klingepper Margaret, 211 s Wolf
Klingmyer & Schultze, carpenter, 5 McClellen
Klingner Lawrence, carpenter, 63 Henrietta
Klinner Philip, weaver, 340 Mulberry
Klink Philip, gro. and liq. dealer, 15 New
Klinghart Fredk., rigger, 134 s Wolf
Klisham Henry, shoemaker, 109 s Wolf
Klinney M., 128 Sarah Ann
Klishan Peter, laborer, 207 n Exeter
Klisner Andrew, shoemaker, 52 Bethel
Klizer Nathan, book binder. 31 York
Klok John, cooper, 592 Saratoga
Kloke Anton, lock and gun smith, 10 n Greene
Klockgether D., clerk, 80 s Howard
Kloman Felix, merchant tailor, 455 Baltimore
Kloman Frederick, gro. and prov. dealer, 116
Kloman Lewis, jr., mt. tailor, 12 Light
Kloman Louis, tailor, Light St., h 12 East
Kloppenstien Jacob, drayman, 59 China alley
Klose Joseph C., teacher, 53 Watson
Klotz Adam F., 251 w Pratt

193 KNE

Klotz Christian, gro. and liq. deal., 47 George
Klousing Herman, 8 Trinity
Klubmine John, butcher, 117 Ross
Kluce John, laborer, 42 s Dallas
Klufman John, tobacconist, 339 Canton avenue
Klumper Fred. W., tobacconist, 248 Gay
Klunk Joseph, carpenter, 292 Mulberry
Klunk John, carpenter, 74 George
Klunk John B., carpenter, 308 Franklin
Klutz John, laborer, 87 Bethel
KNABE, (Wm.)GAEHLE (Henry,) & CO.,
(Edw. Betts,) piano makers, 9 n Eutaw. See
Knabe Wm., (K., Gaehle & Co.,) h 154 n Eutaw
Knacksed John T., turner, 323 s Charles
Knapp Fayette G., h 449 Lexington
Knapp Fred., pr. Select School, 13 s Frederick
Knapp Lydia, 31 Warner
Knapp Martha, 31 Warner
Knapp John, butcher, 78 Ross
Knarr Marus, baker, 265 e Lombard
Knearman Henry, tailor, 26 Fountain
Knaus Hugh, painter, 80 e Lombard
Knaus Henry, tinner, 34 Marion
Knebo John, carpenter, 68 n Fremont
Kneble Henry, liq. dealer, 195 Lancaster
KNEEN THOMAS, merch. tailor, 287 w Pratt
See Card, next page
Knef John, laborer, 161 s Eden
Knefely Henry, coach trimmer, 48 Granby
Knelar John, laborer, 196 Vine
Knell Jacob, cabinet maker, 444 Saratoga
Knell Henry, butcher, 85 Hoffman
Knepp Conrad, shoemaker, 62 China alley
Knepscheld John, cigar maker, 66 Albemarle




Knabe, Gaehle & Co.


4, 6, 8, AND 9 Eutaw St., opposite Eutaw House,

Would respecttully invite public attention, and particularly those in want of a Superior Piano
Forte at a moderate price, to the extensive assortment constantly on sale at their Warerooms.
Our establishment is now the most extensive South, numbering over one hundred workmen, with
a well selected stock of seasoned materials, from which we are manufacturing Piano Fortes com-
bining the most valuable improvements known. Our Iron Frame Piano Fortes, for which we
have received First Premiums, for three successive years, (from the Maryland Institute) over
those of Northern make, are particularly worthy of attention, being so arranged as to secure
great additional strength, without effecting the Tone, for which our instruments have been so
highly recommended by the best professors and amateurs throughout the country. A guarantee
for five years will be given, with each Instrument sold by ns of our make, with privilege of ex-
change, at any time within six months from day of sale, if not perfectly satisfactory.

Carhart & Needham's Patent MELODEONS constantly on hand, an article we can recom-
mend. Pianos received in exchange.



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