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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Sleetman Jno. S., last mak., 27 Grant, h Lomb'd
Slegman Conrad, 65 Ensor

Sleith John, laborer, 80 French
Slemmer Capt. Lloyd, 268 e Lombard
Slert Andrew, 9 Cuba st, Locust Point
Slestee Philip, laborer, 251 s Ann
Sleth William, 1 Bethel
Sleurlein George, tavern keeper, 275 s Bond
Sley Nelson, book keeper, 25 s Broadway
Slibnar John, tailor, 258 Eager
Slicer Edward A., of custom house, 24 Jackson
Slicer Lewis E., machinist, 38 Jackson
Slicer William, of patent office, 132 n Gay

Slick Frederick, carter, 394 Canton avenue
Slick George, 85 Eastern avenue
Slifold Augt., 107 Ross
Sliger John, laborer, 24 Shakspeare
cers and commission merchants, 13 n Howard
Slingluff Charles D. (C. D. S.&Son,) h 215 w
Slingluff Francis, dry goods deal., 163 Penn. av
Sliver William A., 228 n Canal
SLOAN & CALWELL, importers and whole-
sale dealers in brandies, wines, gins, cigars,
&c., 17 Cheapside
SLOAN DAVID R., coal dealer, 2 s Calvert,
h 246 Calvert
Sloan George F., (Burns & S.,) h 21 n Greene
Sloan Hugh, baker, 125 n Front
Sloan James, fruit dealer, 76 s Exeter
Sloan John Q., (S. M. Hamilton & Co.,) coal
yard 14 s Paca, h 374 Fayette
Sloan John, shoemaker, 69 Bethel
Sloan Mary Ann, 24 Hollins
Sloan Patrick. 168 Durham
SLOAN SAMUEL A. CO., lumber mer-
chants, s w cor Eastern and West Falls ave-
nues, h 24 Hollins




Wholesale and Retail


Cor. W. Falls Avenue & Wilk St.,

Head of Union Dock,


Keep constantly on hand a general assort-
ment of Building and Cabinet Lumber, Shingles
and Laths, which we will sell at the Lowest Pri-
ces for Cash nr approved credit, and assure all
who favor us with their patronage perfect satis-


Sloan Stephen, wag'r, Boston st, e of Canton av
Sloan William H., jeweler, 31 s Schroeder
Sloan William, tailor, 264 e Monument
Sloan Henry S., laborer, 59 n Spring
Sloan Mrs., 55 Forest
Sloder Augt., cabinet maker, 267 Hughes
Sloder Frederick J , tav'n keep., 173 Eastern av
Sloder Henry, 175 s Canal
Sloffer Ann, 94 McElderry
Slorp Dorothea, 173 German

310 SMI

S1orp Wm. H. , carpenter, 142 Vine
Sloss William, fancy dry goods dealer, 222 s
Slotever Wolf, shoemaker, 182 s Dallas
Slothower George, (S., Matthews & Co.,) h 315
SLOTHOWER JOHN, lime and hair man-
ufacturers, 27 n Greene
Slothower (Geo.,) Mattews (Jos. D.,) & Co.,
agents for the sale of Amer. man. dry goods
273 Baltimore
Slout Henry S., laborer, 59 Spring
Slow James, Chester st, Eastern avenue
Sluhmann Henry, shoemaker, 254 s Bond
Shukerbier Henry, shoemaker, 103 Lancaster
Sly William, tavern, 51 s High
Slyner William A., 228 n Canal
Sluss Meyer, pedlar, 38 Bank lane
Sluss Nathan, tailor, 67 Lancaster
Slutzer Mr., printer, 104 n Exeter
Sly Frederick, tailor, 152 Eastern avenue
Slyder Catherine, dress maker, 142 Mulberry
Slyger Adam, carpenter, 448 Saratoga
Smalbier John H., tailor, 21 Albemarle
SMALL GEORGE, produce and commission
merchant, 64 North, h 180 n Calvert, or 8
Waterloo row
Small James, butcher, 754 Pennsylvania avenue
Small Jesse W., police officer, 12 New Church
Small John, jr., attorney, 15 St. Paul, h 45 Mc-
Small John, trunk maker, 152 Bond
Small John, silver chaser, 29 s Schroeder
Small Josiah, 187 w Fayette
Small Eli, 26 Scott
Small Francis, 64 Harmony lane
Small Simon R., dry goods dealer, Baltimore
h 62 s Eden
Small Thomas B., 64 n Paca
Small Wm. H., (Gates & S.,) h 17 s Bond
Small wood & Co., prs. lottery and exchange
fice, Eutaw house, Baltimore
Smallwood Francis, shoemaker, 26 Orleans
Smallwood George, laborer, 3 Wills
Smallwood Julia, 11 s Fremont
Smardon Richard, grocer, 109 Pennsylvania av
Smart David B., tin and copper dealer, 70
Pratt, h 70 e Pratt
Smart T., huckster, 30 n Bond
Smearman John, laborer, 20 Hamburg
Smelber Berhardt, laborer, 250 n Howard
Smell Henry, laborer, 177 s Eden
Smelser Chas. A., 179 w Pratt
Smick Lewis, shoemaker, 145 n Eden
Smick Philip A., music printer, 3 Bank lane
48 McElderry
Smiley James, tin and stove man., 517 Balt
Smiley Adam, laborer, 24 Cove alley
Smiley Mary, 71 Richmond
Smiley Robert, cooper, 360 w Lombard
Smiley Col. Alexander, 225 w Madison
Smith Alexander, printer, 70 Gough
Smith Alexander, 25 Ross
Smith Alex., agent Leach & Co's freight line
Pittsburg, North st, h 203 w Fayette
Smith Allen, 8 Fish market space
Smith Adam, cooper, 168 Raborg
Smith Adam, laborer, 117 Bethel
Smith Andrew, 151 n Eutaw
Smith Andrew, gro. and liq. dealer, 11 Scott
Smith Andrew, machinist, 463 w Fayette

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