KENNEDY'S 1860 ST. LOUIS CITY DIRECTORY


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Paap Frederick, tailor, 23 S. 6th, r. same
Pabekan Martin, harnessmaker, r. Ns. Park Av. b. 9th and 10th
Pabitzky Herman, engineer, G.F. Filley, r. Illinois
Pabitzky Theodore, machinist, bds. 272 Broadway
Pabst Charles, cigarmaker, 208 Market, r. same
Pabst Charles, stonemason, r. Es. al. b. Decatur and Buel nr. Lafayette
Pabst Frederick, cigarmaker, bds. 105 Wash
Pabst Gustavus, cigarmaker, bds. 208 Market
Pabst Philip P., saloon and boarding, 45 Locust, r. same
Pabst William, cigars, 340 Broadway, bds. 105 Wash
Pabyer James G., typefounder, Ladew, Peers & Co.
Pacey Daniel, butcher, 20 City Market, r. Ns. St. Charles b. 22d and 23d
PACIFIC HOUSE, Francis Smith, prop., 43 and 45 S. 7th
PACIFIC INS. CO., Main S.W. c. Pine
PACIFIC R.R. COFFEE HOUSE, Henry Grewe, prop., 14th b. Poplar and Randolph
PACIFIC R.R. OFFICE, Kennett's Bldg., ticket office 42 N. 4th, depot Ws. 14th c. Austin and Ws. 7th b. Poplar and Cerre, machine shop Ns. Choteau Av. nr. Pratte Av.
Pack, Francis A., painter, r. Ns. Dillon b. Park Av. and Hickory.
Package Express Co., 33 Olive
Packard Charles W., engineer, r. 77 Brooklyn
Packer A. Allen, salesman, bds. 109 N. 5th
Packer Charles, cooper, r. Ws. al. b. 9th and 10th N. Clark Av.
Padberg Lorenz, blacksmith, r. Ss. Soulard b. 11th and 12th
Padberg Yost, soapmaker, r. Soulard b. 11th and 12th
Padden Bartholomew, boatman, r. al. b. Green and Washington Av. nr. 7th
Paddock Robert H., physician, 4th S.E. c. Market, r. 39 N. 6th
Pader Philip, blacksmith, Benton S.W. c. 12th
Paderson James (col'd.), lab., r. 77 Orange
Paeckel Emil, tailor, r. rear 208 S. 3d
Pael William, carpenter, r. Es. 15th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Paer Mary, wid. Casper, r. Es. 10th b. Warren and Montgomery
Paerson Christopher, soda factory, r. Ss. Webster b. 10th and 11th
Paes John, moulder, r. 55 Plum
Paff Ann M., wid., r. rear 1031 Broadway
Pafford Matthew, cooper, r. Linn b. Lafayette and Emmet
Page Amos, chairmaker, r. 20 Madison
Page Betty, wid. Samuel, r. 61 Madison
Page Bridget, wid. Anthony, r. 161 N. 9th
Page Daniel D., late Page & Bacon, r. 77 Myrtle
Page Harvey S., upholsterer, r. Ns. Madison b. 9th and 10th
Page Horatio S., (Page & Hatwell), bds. Ns. Locust b. 11th and 12th
Page James, gardener, r. al. b. Hickory and Rutgers, Missouri Av. and Armstrong
PAGE JOHN Y., lawyer, 97 Chesnut, r. Ss. Pine b. 16th and 17th
Page Thomas M., bds. 78 N. 9th
Page Thomas, gardener, r. al. b. Hickory and Rutgers, Missouri Av. and Armstrong
Page William, plasterer, bds. 287 N. 6th
Pagels Frederick, carpenter, r. Ws. DeKalb b. Victor and Sidney
Paggi Antonio, fruit stand, 73 Chesnut, rooms 42½ Pine
Pahlman Herman H., drayman, R.P. Hall, 97 17th
Pahmeyer Lawrence, cooper, r. 25th c. Pratte Av.
Paide Anthony, teamster, 1. Harrison
Paige Henry C., clk., Reed & Markham, bds. Virginia Hotel
Paige James A., Rev., r. Papin W. of 14th
Pain Isaac, carpenter, r. Ns. Larned nr. P. Railroad machine shop
Painchand Augustin, teacher, Academy Christian Brothers, bds. same
Paine Isaac (col'd.), porter, r. al. b. 3d and 4th nr. Market
Paine Seth W., music teacher, 47 N. 15th, r. same
Painfield Edward, lab., bds. 167 Broadway
Painter Joseph G., r. 246 Chesnut
Paity Silas (col'd.), cook, r. Ns. al. b. Market and Walnut W. of 8th
Pake Peter, (Hinman & Pake), bds. 247 N. 8th
Pale Francis, barkeeper, 348 Broadway
Palen Matthew, rectifier, r. 99 N. 10th
Pallakan Joseph, wagonmaker, Ns. Choteau Av. c. Pratte Av., r. rear same
PALLEN M.M., physician, 148 Locust, r. same
PALLEN MONTROSE A., physician, 129 Pine, r. same
PALLIES WILLIAM D., street inspector, 10th Ward, r. Broadway S.W. c. Mound
Pallmeier Henry, teamster, r. 300 7th
Palloux James, street inspector, 4th Ward, r. Ss. Spruce b. 14th and 15th
Palm, William, machinist, r. 172 S. 3d
Palmer C. & Co., (Charles Palmer and W.W. Boswell), boots and shoes, 299 Broadway
Palmer Charles R., tinsmith, r. 92 N. 17th
Palmer Charles, (C. Palmer & Co.), bds. 154 N. 13th
Palmer Charles, lab., r. Franklin Av. b. 24th and 25th
Palmer Curtis, clk., rooms 95 N. 4th
Palmer George W., clk., Joseph K. Bent, r. Chesnut S.E. c. 23d
Palmer George, barkeeper, 2 N. 6th
Palmer Gideon, (Platt & Co.), bds. 63 N. 4th
Palmer Henry C., salesman, bds. 15 N. 10th
Palmer Henry C., salesman, Martin & Bro., bds. 95 Pine
Palmer Henry, porter, r. Ws. Carr Square b. Wash and Carr
Palmer Joseph W., carpenter, r. Ss. Division b. 24th and 25th
Palmer Joseph, mason, bds. Pratte Av. nr. N. Market
Palmer Louis, bookkeeper, r. Ns. Marion b. Carondelet Av. and Jackson
Palmer Otto, printer, bds. 7 N. 3d
Palmer Richard, ship carpenter, r. 158 N. 10th
Palmer William, carpenter, bds. 484 N. Main
Palmer William, patternmaker, r. Ns. Christy Av. b. 20th and 21st
Paltaser Mink, lab., r. Ws. al. b. 5th and 7th nr. Rutgers
Paltz Bernhard, maltster, bds. 222 S. 2d
Palzer Jacob, cigars and tobacco, Ns. Soulard nr. Buel, r. same
Palzer John, lab., bds. Mallinckrodt c. Bellefontaine 
Pan Joseph, saloon, Es. Jackson nr. Barry, r. same
Pandar Frederick, tailor, r. 79 S. 4th
Pandel Charles, boarding, 40 S. Levee, r. same
PANES HERMANN, sec., South St. Louis Ins. co., r. 15 S. 2d
Pangburn W.H., driver, bds. 272 Broadway
Pankow William, tailor, r. 179 N. 13th
Pannowsky Joseph, tailor, bds. Soulard S.E. c. Buel
Panowski Venzel, bricklayer, r. Ss. Geyer Av. b. Fulton and Decatur
Pantalien Konitz, baker, r. Ns. Lafayette b. Jackson and Columbus
PANZER & DILL, (John A. Panzer and George W. Dill), cigars and tobacco, 267 S. 4th
Panzer John A., (Panzer & Dill), r. Es. Stoddard Av. b. Hickory and Choteau Av.
Paoli Felix, barkeeper, r. 107 N. Levee
Paomstork Christian, shoemaker, Ss. Park Av. nr. Menard, r. same
Papan Charles, cook, r. rear 41 Lombard
Papan Jeremiah, drayman, r. 39 Lombard
Papan Stephen, painter, r. Ss. Clark Av. b. Pratte Av. and Emily
Pape Henry, porter, r. 25 Carondelet Av.
Pape William, baker, bds. Choteau Av. N.W. c. 7th
Pape William, saloon, 271 Market
Papenbrock Frederick, sawmaker, r. Ns. Madison nr. 14th
Papenbrock Hannah W., wid., Christopher, r. 14th N.E. c. Madison
Papersack Henry, r. al. on O'Fallon b. 15th and 16th
Papert Isivius, carpenter, Ss. Geyer Av. nr. Buel, r. same
Papie William, blacksmith, r. Stoddard Av. b. Choteau Av. and Hickory
Papin Catharine, wid. Pierre, r. 4th S.E. c. Plum
Papin Henry, (Wilkinson, Papin & Co.), r. Webster Sta.
PAPIN JOSEPH L., broker, 33½ Olive, r. 210 Pine
PAPIN LEON J., clk., Common Pleas, Court House, r. 4th S.E. c. Plum 
Papin Raymond A., (Thomas & Papin), r. 243 Chesnut
PAPIN S.V. & BRO., (Sylvester V. and Theophile), real estate and stock brokers, 33 Chesnut
Papin Sylvester V., (Papin & Bro.), r. Ws. Dillon b. Hickory and Park Av.
PAPIN THEODORE, city auditor, 9 City Hall, r. 28 S. 14th
Papin Theophile, (S.V. Papin & Bro.), r. Ws. St. Ange Av. b. Hickory and Lasalle
Papin Timothy L., physician, 189 Locust, r. same
Pappa Frederick, painter, 248 N. 6th
Pappen Louis, ship carpenter, bds. 351 N. Main
Pararelly Philipe, violinist, bds. 356 S. 7th
Parcell George B., roadmaster, P. R.R., r. 14th b. Choteau Av. and Convent
Parcels George B., clk., Fallon & Wright, bds. Washington Av. N.W. c. 3d
Pardner Henry, drayman, r. Es. Howard b. 12th and 13th
Parina Antonio, saloon, 139 Market, bds. same
Paris & Cummins, (Louis Paris and Bernard J. Cummins), millinery, laces, &c., 120 N. 4th
Paris John, lab., r. Ws. al. b. 8th and 9th, Biddle and O'Fallon
Paris Louis, (Paris & Cummins) and Consul for France and Sardinia, r. Chesnut b. 14th and 15th
Paris Martha (col'd), r. 199 Morgan
Parish Lomis, agt., r. 105 W. Brooklyn
Pariso Bernard, wagonmaker, 22 Carondelet Av., r. 23 Carondelet Av.
Parizien Caroline, midwife, r. 200 S. 3d
PARK & McCLINTOCK, (Matthew Park and Matthew McClintock), marble dealers, 95 Washington Av. and 5th S.W. c. Washington Av.
Park Alfred L., carpenter, bds. 335 Broadway
Park Andrew, r. 83 Pine
Park Avenue Church, Ns. Park Av. nr. Morton
Park James E., r. 35 Jackson
Park Matthew, (Park & McClintock), r. 5th S.W. c. Washington Av.
PARK MILLS, T.A. Buckland, 350 and 352 Market
Parke Hugh, physician, Randolph b. 18th and 19th, r. same
Parke John F., carpenter, bds. 41 S. 3d
Parke John, lab., bds. Wash S.E. c. 13th
PARKER & BRANHAM, (George B. Parker and Christopher C. Branham), com. mers., 42 N. 2d
PARKER & CO., (Albert F. Parker and George A. Elsbury), trunk mfrs., 108 N. 4th
Parker ___, bds. 155 Pine
Parker A.W., R.R. conductor, r. Es. 17th b. Market and Clark Av.
Parker Adolphus H., trunkmaker, rooms 108 N. 4th
Parker Albert F., (Parker & C.), , rooms 108 N. 4th
Parker Charles, lab., r. 94 Almond
Parker Charles, r. 26 Spring
Parker David, fish dealer, Sturgeon Market, r. 753 Broadway
PARKER EDWARD N., gents' furnishing goods, 69 N. 4th, r. 284 Chesnut
Parker Eliphalet, engineer, r. Ss. Wash al. b. 17th and 18th
Parker Fanny (col'd.), wid. Armistead, r. 77 Orange
Parker George (col'd.), (Young & Parker), r. Ws. 11th b. Cass Av. and O'Fallon
Parker George B., (Parker & Branham), bds. Barnum's Hotel
Parker George W., (Parker, Russell & Co.), r. 291 Olive
Parker George W., news agt., bds. King's Hotel
Parker H.S. & Co., (Henry S. and James H. Parker), sawmill, Main b. Chambers and Webster
Parker Henry L., (Evens & Parker), r. 126 Walnut
Parker Henry S., (H.S. Parker & Co.), r. Ns. Chambers b. 11th and 12th
Parker Isaiah, porter, Missouri Inst for the Blind, r. 465 Morgan
Parker Jacob, trunkmaker, rooms 108 N. 4th
Parker James H., (H.S. Parker & Co.), r. Ns. Chambers b. 12th and 13th
Parker James, lab., r. Levee b. Cedar and Mulberry
Parker James, physician, 71 N. 4th, bds. Barnum's Hotel
Parker James, pilot, bds. 48 St. Charles
Parker James, plasterer, r. Es. Rosatti b. Park Av. and Marion
Parker John, carpenter, bds. 242 Morgan
Parker John, machinist, r. P. R.R. bldgs.
Parker Joseph, student, bds. 31 S. 4th
Parker Margaret, wid. Samuel, r. Ss. Wash al. b. 17th and 18th
Parker Margaret, wid. William, r. Ns. O'Fallon b. 24th and 25th
Parker Matthias, mate, r. 403 Market
Parker Michael, bricklayer, r. Es. al. b. 13th and 14th nr. O'Fallon
PARKER NATHAN H., (Huyett & Parker) and author, bds. Monroe house
Parker Nathaniel W., captain, r. 296 Morgan
Parker Paradici, lab., bds. rear 911 Broadway
Parker Reed, hairdresser, bds. 7th b. Wash and Carr
Parker Thomas, carpenter, r. Ss. Davis b. 22d and 23d
Parker Thomas, lab., r. rear 2d b. Spring and Wright
Parker Walter B., clk., Noyes & Sherburne, bds. Market b. 14th and 15th
PARKER WILLIAM B., druggist, Broadway S.E. c. Carr, bds. 208 N. 5th
Parker William H., stovemoulder, 1156 Broadway
PARKER, RUSSELL & CO., (George W. Parker Trumbull G. Russell, Reuben Beeman and Geo. G. Schoolfield), who. grocers and com., 64 N. 2d
Parkes William C., tailor, r. 246 N. 14th
Parkhurst Darius, foreman, Rollin Clark, r. 83 Collins
Parkhurst Relief, wid. Heman [sic], 8 Gay
Parkin Morris, carpenter, r. 96 Biddle
Parkingson Samuel, boilermaker, r. 436 N. 9th
Parkinson ___, candlemaker, Kosciusko c. Barton
Parkinson James W., confectioner, 27 N. 5th, r. same
PARKINSON JOHN, carpenter and bellows mfr., 39 St. Charles, r. same
Parkinson Thomas, engineer, A.O. Brannin & Co., r. Kosciusko b. Barton and Victor
Parkkinson William, lab., J.T. Dowdall & Co.
Parkmann Anton, sawyer, Park Av. nr. 9th
Parkmann John, lab., bds. Park Av. E. of 9th
PARKS & ANDREWS, (Robert M. Parks and Jno. H. Andrews), lumber, 12th N.W. c. Locust
Parks David, carriagemaker, bds. 22 Biddle
Parks John C., turner, r. 33 N. 9th 
Parks John, teamster, bds. 381 Franklin Av.
Parks Matthew, marbleworker, r. 33 N. 9th
Parks Robert M., vice-pres., Western Mutual Ins. Co., and (Parks & Andrews), r. 32 S. 5th
Parks Thomson, shoemaker, bds. 41 S. 3d
Parks William H., Rev., r. Ns. Mound b. 10th and 11th
Parks William, physician, 5th S.W. c. o+, r. 181n 6th
Parl Peter, saloon, 44 Morgan, r. same
Parle Patrick, shoemaker, 16 Morgan, r. same
Parmele Solomon, looking glasses &c., 53 N. 5th
Paroni Leopold, grocer, 21 N. Levee, r. same
Parpe William, blacksmith, r. Stoddard Av. b. Choteau Av. and Hickory
Parquot Elizabeth, wid. Thomas, boarding, 89 Washington Av.
Parr John A., civil engineer, r. 251 Broadway
Parr Walter S., clk., J. Flukes, bds. 146 N. 5th
Parra John, lab., 27 Cherry
Parrel Patrick, blacksmith, r. al. b. Cass Av. and O'Fallon E. of 7th
Parrington Henry, miller, r. Ws. Barry b. 7th and Fulton
Parrish Loomis, hides, 265 Broadway, r. 105 Brooklyn
Parrish William D., bookkeeper, Butler & Ferguson, bds. Virginia Hotel
Parry John, bricklayer, r. 240 Pine
Parsdernight Francis, tailor, r. Ns. Lafayette b. Fulton and Decatur
Parsell George B., roadmaster, P. R.R., r. Lasalle nr. St. Ange Av.
PARSON & CO., (Timothy Parson and ___ ___), regalia mfrs., 161 N. 4th
Parson Timothy, (Parson & Co.), r. 11th S.E. c. Spring
Parsons Anna M., wid. S.G., r. 71 Locust
Parsons Charles M., com. mer., 6 S. Commercial, r. 7th c. O'Fallon
Parsons Ezra K, salesman, Charles C. Bailey, bds. 192 Locust
Parsons Frank. clk., Laflins, Smith & Boles, r. 203 Chesnut
Parsons George, bartender, C. McCarthy, bds. 53 N. Levee
Parsons Henry, railroad clk., bds. King's Hotel
Parsons Hudson B., agt., Merchants' Dispatch, 56 N. Main, bds. 147 N. 5th
Parsons John D., lawyer, bds. Missouri Hotel
Parsons John H., mailroom foreman, "Democrat", bds. 249 Olive
Parsons Otis, lab., r. 2d Carondelet Av. Av. b. Choteau Av. and Hickory
Parsons William H., clk., bds. 258 Chesnut
Parsons William, painter, bds. 325 Broadway
Partello William H., actor, St. Louis Theater, bds. 106 N. 4th
Partridge & Co., (George Partridge, James Smith, Thomas Green, William H. Smith and Henry S. Reed), grocers, 84 N. 2d
Partridge George, (Partridge & Co.), r. 308 Olive
Partridge George, lawyer, 12 McDonough's Bldg., rooms same
Partsch Charles, shoemaker, r. Ss. Orchard b. Barlow and 11th
Parvin Josiah, conductor, City R.R., rooms 35 S. 3d
PASCHALL & CUMMINGS, (Thomas H. Paschall and Mark F. Cummings), architects, 46 Chesnut
PASCHALL NATHANIEL, (George Knapp & Co.) and editor, "Republican", r. 111 Pine
Paschall Thomas H., (Paschall & Cummings), r. 1 Targee
Pascoe Mary, wid., r. 234 Biddle
Pascoe William, carpenter, rooms Ss. Spruce b. 6th and 7th
Pasler August, finisher, bds. S.E. c. 9th and Market
Pasold Marx, tinsmith, r. 147 Wash
PASQUIER A. & BRO., (Augustus and Joseph Pasquier), real estate agts., 77 Olive
Pasquier Augustus, (A. Pasquier & Bro.), r. Ns. Stoddard b. Glasgow Av. and Clay Av.
Pasquier Charles, shoe store, 268 Broadway, r. 34 Lebeaume
Pasquier Eloise, wid. Augustus, r. Stoddard b. Clay Av. and Glasgow Av.
Pasquier George, boots and shoes, 268 Broadway, r. 10th S.E. c. Lebeaume
Pasquier Joseph, (A. Pasquier & Bro.), r. Ns. Stoddard b. Glasgow Av. and Clay Av.
PASQUIER P. & CO., (Paul Pasquier and Charles Primeau), boot and shoe dealers, 222 Broadway
Pasquier Paul, (P. Pasquier & Co.), r. 237 N. 7th
Pasquitz J., hatter, bds. 95 Franklin Av.
Pass Frederick, teamster, r. rear Ns. Jefferson b. Broadway and 9th
Passarelli Philip, music teacher, Christian Brothers, 88 Olive
Passen Victor, lab., r. 401 Carondelet Av.
Passian Joseph, carpenter, rooms Lynch v Carondelet Av.
Pastorius Daniel jr., clk., Lockwood, Pearson & Co., bds. Missouri Hotel
Paszkiewiez Stanislaus, hatter, 89 Wash, r. same
Patch Albert, painter, 132 Morgan, r. same
Patchell Mary Ann, wid. James, r. 229 N. 2d
Patchell William J., foreman, Gaty, McCune & Co., r. 229 N. 2d
Patchin James J., clk., bds. 96 Morgan
Patchin James, moulder, r. 145 N. 8th
PATCHIN L.W. & CO., (Lyman W. Patchin and Dewitt C. Gray), prod. and com. mers., 138 and 139 N. Levee
Patchin Lafayette, salesman, L. Patchin & Co., bds. 5th S.W. c. Wash
Patchin Lyman W., (L.W. Patchin & Co.), bds. Everett House
Patchin Peter Paul, rectifier, 53 N. Commercial, r. 96 Morgan
Patee Lestex, (Wickersham, Patee & Co.), r. Peoria, Ill.
Paten John, bricklayer, bds. 20 Wash
Pater Xavier, lab., r. Es. 7th nr. Rutgers
Paterson Charles, bds. 45 Locust
Paterson Charles, riverman, r. 207 Biddle
Paterson Frederick, carpenter, r. Es. 6th b. Gratiot and Cerre
Paterson Johanna, wid. William, r. 190 S. 4th
Patin Charles A., clk., King's Hotel, bds. same
Paton David, steamfitter, 288 N. 8th, r. al. b. 8th and 9th, S. of Cass Av.
Paton John, saloon, 317 Carondelet Av., r. same
Patrick Charles N., moulder, bds. 22 Elm
Patrick J. & W., (James and William), lumber yard. Main S.E. c. Biddle and Broadway b. Hempstead and Lebeaume
Patrick James, (Ladd, Patrick & Co.) and (J. & W. Patrick), r. 123 Wash
Patrick John, cokeburner, r. Ns. Florida b. Main and 2d
Patrick Marion A., wid., r. Ns. Christy Av. b. 22d and 23d
Patrick Ryder, r. 78 N. 11th
Patrick William K., bookkeeper, r. 123 Wash
Patrick William, (Ladd, Patrick & Co.) and (J. & A.W. Patrick), r. 47 Florida
Patrie Charles, tailor, r. Ns. Angelrodt b. Broadway and 2d
Pattan ___, lawyer, bds. Monroe House
Patten Andrew J., engineer, bds. 7 N. 18th
Patten Nicholas, carpenter, r. 73 N. 16th
Patten Robert, teamster, bds. 95 N. 17th
Patterson & Chamberlain, (James Patterson and Guilford Chamberlain), saw and planning mill, Main b. E. Brooklyn and Labeaume
Patterson Christopher, lab., r. Gamble N.W. c. Pratte Av.
Patterson Dorothy, wid. John, r. rear Ss. Wash b. 17th and 18th
Patterson George O., clk., Child, Pratt & Fox, bds. 124 Pine
Patterson Godfrey (col'd), waiter, r. Ns. al. b. 9th and 10th N. of Clark Av.
Patterson Hannah, wid. Alexander, r. 388 Market
Patterson Hannah, wid. William, bds. 172 Pine
Patterson Henry L., agt., r. 198 Locust
Patterson Horace R., steamboat captain, r. 124 Pine
Patterson James M., clk., Patterson & Chamberlain, bds. 12th N.E. c. Chambers
Patterson James, (Patterson & Chamberlain), r. 12th N.E. c. Chambers
Patterson James, stonecutter, r. 95 Biddle
Patterson John, clk., 17 N. 6th, rooms same
Patterson John, lab., r. 18th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Patterson John, mate, r. 50 O'Fallon
Patterson John, painter, r. 289 Carr
Patterson Lemuel W., (Hyde & Patterson), r. 198 Locust
Patterson Mary Ann, wid. William, r. 397 N. 11th
Patterson Nelson, clk., bds. 388 Market
Patterson Robert D., (Henry I. Loring & Co.), r. 110 N. 9th
Patterson Thomas A., foreman, Patterson & Chamberlain, r. 66 W. Brooklyn
Patterson Thomas, lab., r. 142 Wash
Patterson William B., engineer, bds. 66 Brooklyn
Patterson William, tobacconist, r. Franklin Av. N.E. c. 7th
Patterson Winnifred, wid. Nathaniel, r. 29 N. 8th
Patton Charles W., daguerrean artist, r. 165 N. 5th
Patton David, saddletree maker, r. 5 N. 10th
Patton John M., paperhanger, bds. 157 N. 3d
Patton John, porter, bds. 181 N. 4th
Patton Margaret, saleswoman, 85 N. 4th, r. 195 Locust
Patton Priscilla, wid. Joseph, r. Ns. Chambers b. 13th and 14th
Pattsmaster Michael, carpenter, bds. 95 Franklin Av.
Pauba Albert, tailor, rooms 36 Pine
Pauk Henry, cabinetmaker, r. Ns. N. Market b. 16th and W. 16th
Paul Adolphe, r. 9th N.E. c. Choteau Av.
Paul Edmund R., clk., Edmund W. Paul, bds. 104 N. 4th
Paul Edmund W., real estate agt., 35½ N. 3d, bds. 104 N. 4th
Paul Frederick, music printer, 51 Spruce, r. same
Paul George, clk., Charles Maschmeyer, bds. Pratte Av. S.W. c. Bernard
Paul Henry, lab., r. Ss. Sidney b. Carondelet Av. and Easton
Paul Henry, wagonmaker, 157 S. 6th, r. same
Paul James, lab., bds. Lami b. Arsenal and Cherokee
Paul John, baggageman, bds. Matteson Hotel
Paul John, boots and shoes, Ss. Walnut b. Main and Commercial, r. Park Av. c. Missouri Av.
Paul John, shoemaker, r. Ss. St. Joseph nr. 6th
Paul Joseph, moulder, J.T. Dowdall & Co.
Paul Phoebe, wid. Hiram, r. Ns. Orchard, b. Barlow and 11th
Paulding William P., moulder, r. Es. Bellefontaine nr. Buchanan
Paule George W., tailor, 6th S.E. c. St. Joseph
Paule William, carpenter, r. Es. 23d b. Morgan and Franklin Av.
Paulempte Michael, cooper, r. 7th nr. Ann Av.
Pauli Anton, lab., r. 200 Franklin Av.
Pauli Charles, baker, r. 49 Poplar
Paulis Daniel, carpenter, r. Ws. St. Ange nr. Park Av.
Paulk James, carpenter, r. Randolph b. 18th and 19th
Paullan John E., grocer, 323 N. 10th
Pauls Gustavus, salesman, Ladew, Peers & Co., r. Stoddard Av. b. Choteau Av. and Hickory
Paulsen August, saloon, 150 Market, r. same
Paulus John, carpenter, r. Picotte b. Carondelet Av. and Jackson
Pauly Andrew, engineer, r. 11th N.W. c. Franklin Av.
Pauly Charles, baker, r. Ns. Poplar b. Main and 2d
Pauly Christian, blacksmith, , r. 11th N.W. c. Franklin Av.
Pauly Jacob, gardener, r. Ns. Chippewa nr. Compton Av.
Pauly John, (P.J. Pauly & Bro.), r. 231 Biddle
PAULY P.J. & BRO., (P.J. and John), blacksmiths, 267 N. Main
Pauly Peter J., (P.J. Pauly & Bro.), r. N.E. c. Carr and Main
Paumgart Frank, tailor, r. 180 N. 10th
Paumgart Henry, bartender, r. 180 N. 10th
Pausain August, printer, r. Ss. Orchard b. Barlow and 11th
Pauschert Frederick, clk., r. Missouri Av. b. Potomac and Miami
Paust Caspar, brickmaker, r. Angelrodt S.W. c. 11th
Paust Henry, carpenter, r. Ss. Benton b. 12th and 13th
Paust Hermann, tinner, bds. 11th S.W. c. Angelrodt
Paust William, carpenter, r. Ss. Benton b. 12th and 13th
Pauzer George, cigarmaker, r. 4th nr. Convent
Pavey James, typefounder, bds. al. b. 6th and 7th, Morgan and Green
Paviour William, machinist, bds. 287 N. 6th
Pawl Jacob, blacksmith, r. Picotte b. Carondelet Av. and Jackson
Pawling William, r. Rappahannock nr. Gravois Rd.
Pawlowiez John, (Ochocki & Co.), r. 291 S. 5th
Pawly Morris, supt., Excelsior Iron Works, r. Ws. Grand Av. b. Park Av. and Lafayette
Paxton S.G., trader, bds. 272 Broadway
PAYNE ARTHUR L., lawyer, Chesnut N.W. c. 3d, bds. Barnum's Hotel
Payne Benjamin, bookkeeper, bds. 141 N. 13th
Payne Elbridge G., (Hubbard & Payne), r. 63 N. 10th
PAYNE THOMAS J., r. 267 Chesnut
Paynter Mary, wid. Charles, bds. 41 Gay
Payton Charles F., engineer, r. 542 Morgan
Pazold William, machinist, r. Carondelet Av. S.E. c. Lafayette
Peabody & Warren, (Charles Peabody and Sylvanus Warren), agts., American Tract Society, 9 S. 5th
Peabody Albert, (Conant & Peabody), bds. Broadway S.E. c. Florida
PEABODY CHARLES, Rev., supt., Am. Tract So., 9 S. 5th, bds. Ss. Eugenia c. Naomi
Peace William, butcher, r. Laclede Av. c. Compton
PEACOCK EBER, lawyer, 35 Pine, bds. 70 N. 5th
Peacott Honora, r. 110 Olive
Peake Samuel H., salesman, Henning & Woodruff, r. 202 Locust
Peal Herman, stonecutter, r. Benton nr. 13th
Peala Haman, carpenter, r. Es. 7th b. Lafayette and Geyer Av.
Peale Sarah M., portrait painter, 132 Pine, bds. same
Pearce Albert, with Henning & Woodruff, r. 287 Olive
Pearce Daniel B., lawyer, 33 Chesnut, bds. 287 Olive
Pearce David, hats, caps and straw goods, 116 N. Main, bds. Virginia Hotel
Pearce Ellen, wid. James, r. 33 Myrtle
Pearce George C., cashier, Henning & Woodruff, r. 319 Chesnut
Pearce John B., fireman, r. Ws. 7th b. Barry and Park Av.
Pearce Reuben B., bookkeeper, David Pearce, bds. Virginia Hotel
Pearman Charles M., carpenter, bds. Ws. 14th b. Monroe and Market
Pearo Augustus, peddler, r. 135 Morgan
Pears Innic, lab., r. 109 S. 7th
Pearson Gearmon, r. 82 Mound
Pearson Henry, clk., 4th S.W. c. Elm
Pearson Ira J., roadmaster's clk., P. R.R., bds. Monroe House
Pearson John, (T.D. Gopp & Co.), r. New York
Pearson Richard M., bookkeeper, P, Crow & Sons, rooms 27 N. 5th
Pearson Thomas, blacksmith, r. 321 S. 3d
Pearson William H., (Lockwood, Pearson & Co.), r. 78 Myrtle
Pearts Edward, driver, r. 219 Biddle
Peas James, lab., r. 59 S. 10th
Peas Philip, cooper, r. 118 S. 2d
Peas William, butcher, r. Manchester Rd. S. of Olive
Pease Henry A., mfr., stoneware, 57 S. 7th
Pease Hugh, lab., r. 65 Green
Pease Joseph S., sec., Pilot Knob Iron Co., r. 145 S. 4th
Pease Oliver C., clk., Kimball & Senter, bds. 145 S. 4th
Peaskan Antoine, blacksmith, bds. 16th S.W. c. Benton
Peat Charles, founder, r. Es. 2d Carondelet Av. b. Park Av. and Carroll
Peay Robert W., (W.H. Smith & R.W. Peay), r. 58 Mullanphy
Pechel Louis, confectioner, 231 S. 4th, r. same
Pechmann William, china and glassware, 89 Carondelet Av., r. same
Peck Ada E, wid. Charles, teacher, bds. 181 Pine
Peck Atwater, clk., Child, Pratt & Fox, r. 86 Pine
Peck Burwell, clk., James ham, bds. 86 Pine
PECK CHARLES H., (J.W. and C.H. Peck), architect, 2 Gay's Bldg., and V.P., Mo. State Mutual Fire and Marine Ins. Co., r. 134 Locust
Peck Charles, fireman, r. al. b. Park Av. and Barry, 7th and Fulton
Peck Charles, lab., r. 127 Park Av.
Peck Charles, painter, r. al. b. Biddle and O'Fallon, 7th and 8th
Peck Drucilla, wid. Harvey, r. rear 231 N. 14th
Peck Frederick, cooper, r. Ss. Geyer Av. nr. Menard
Peck J. & Co., (Luzern J. Peck and Frederick E. Hale), silver platers, 71½ Olive
Peck J.W. & C.H., (John W. and Charles H. Peck), planing mill, Park Av. nr. 7th
Peck James J., barkeeper, r. 70 N. 3d
Peck John H., carpenter, bds. 43 Howard
Peck John W., (C.H. & J.W. Peck), r. Leffingwell Av. Av. S.W. c. Olive
Peck Louis, saloon, Laclede Av. b. Beaumont and Leffingwell Av., r. same
Peck Louis, shoemaker, 133 N. 12th
Peck Lucius S., bookkeeper, Hazeltine & Bent, bds. 5th S.W. c. Wash
Peck Luzern J., (L.J. Peck & Co.), bds. 9 N. 13th
Peck William G., bricklayer, r. 11th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Peck William, boarding, 86 Olive, r. same
Pecker Frederick, cooper, r. 1357 Broadway
Pecker Herman, blacksmith, bds. 489 Morgan
Pecker Louis, carpenter, r. Barry b. 7th and Fulton
Pecket Jacob, stoneyard, 19th N.E. c. Carr, r. 135 N. 11th
PECKHAM ANDREW C., wines and liquors, 4th N.E. c. Green, and saloon, under Merchants' Exchange, r. 17th S.E. c. Carr
PECKHAM JAMES, reporter, bds. 58 N. 8th
Peckhaus Franz, porter, bds. Ss. Franklin Av. b. 20th and 21st
PEEBLES & DUNHAM, (Henry E. Peebles and Sylvanus Dunham), dentists, 52 N. 5th
PEEBLES HENRY E., (Peebles & Dunham), r. 52 N. 5th
Peehler George, foreman, marsh & Caldwell, r. 49 N. 5th
Peel Benjamin, plasterer, r. 185 Wash
Peel John, plasterer, r. 259 N. 9th
Peel Joseph, lab., bds. 266 N. Main
Peenke Claus, lab., r. Es. Cecile b. Marquette and Victor
Peeperbrier Peter, lab., r. Carr N.W. c. 9th
Peeppmoeller Herman H., stonecutter, r. al. b. 9th and 10th nr. Carr
Peer Paul, lab., bds. 69 S. Main
Peer William, cooper, bds. 254 Market
Peers Valentine J., (Ladew, Peers & Co.), r. 273 Chesnut
Peet Charlotte, wid., r. 224 N. 8th
Peetz Andrew, r. 346 S. 3d
Peetz Henry, drayman, r. 346 S. 3d
Peetz John, clk., Koehler & Co., r. 7th N.E. c. Lane
Peevert Philip, bootmaker, 15 Green, r. 22 green
Peevey James, typemaker, r. Ns. Orange b. 18th and 19th
Pefefy Dorras, lab., r. Ss. 24th b. Biddle and Carr
Pefferle Stephen, teamster, r. 54 Madison
Peglar Peter, lab., r. al. nr. Paul b. Choteau Av. and Hickory
Pegram Caroline, wid. john, bds. Chesnut b. 11th and 12th
Pegram George, flour mill, Plum N.W. c. Main, r. Chesnut b. 11th and 12th
Pehler Frank, porter, J. Weil & Bro.
Pehold John, tailor, r. 129 N. 10th
Peier Francis, ropemaker, r. 416 S. 7th
Peifenberger & Schmaltz, (George P. Peifenberger and John E. Schmaltz), cigars, 105 N. 6th
Peifenberger George P., (Peifenberger & Schmaltz), r. 73 Morgan
Peifer Frederick, butcher, bds. Adams b. Pratte Av. and Lucy
Peiffer Frederica, bds. al. b. Pine and Olive nr. 12th
Peifutt Henry, driver, bds. Ns. Gratiot b. 15th and 16th
Peilerr Michael, tailor, Ss. Franklin Av. Av. b. 23d and 24th, r. same
Peine Frederica, wid. Andrew, r. Ss. Geyer Av. nr. Menard
Peirce John, tailor, rooms r. Ss. 3d S.E. c. Washington Av.
Peirson Charles, (Ubsdell, Pierson & Co.), r. New York City
Peisch John, painter, r. Ws. 11th b. Choteau Av. and Orchard
Peise John, moulder, r. Ns. Plum nr. 2d
Peiter Casper, mason, bds. Soulard c. Rosatti
PEITZ FRANCIS A., grocer, 151 Biddle, r. same
Peitz Herman, lab., r. Ws. Columbus nr. Carroll
Peitzer John, wagonmaker, r. 27 S. 13th
Pelacke Ferdinand, cigarmaker, r. 11th c. Clark Av.
Peleschka Frank, tailor, r. Ns. Soulard b. Menard and Rosatti
Pelikan Charles, harnessmaker, bds. Ns. Park Av. nr. 9th
Pell Thomas, actor, bds. Biddle House
Pelless Frederick, tailor, r. Congress b. Douchouquette and Lami
Pelletier Francis A., salesman, Matthew Butler, r. 208 N. 7th
Pelliger John, lab., r. Ss. Louisa b. DeKalb and Columbus
Pellmann Henry, lab., r. 14th S.W. c. Madison
Pellmann Herman H., lab., r. Ws. 14th nr. Jefferson
Pelloux James, street inspector, r. Spruce b. 14th and 15th
Pells George H., engineer, bds. 5th N.W. c. Wash
Pelot Frank, carpenter, r. Es. al. b. Carondelet Av. and 7th nr. Soulard
Pelster Bernard, carpenter, r. Randolph b. 18th and 19th
Pelster William, carpenter, r. al. b. Biddle and O'Fallon, 6th and 7th
Pelt Alleta, wid. George, r. Ss. Biddle b. 22d and 23d
Peltauf Peter, blacksmith, r. Ss. Victor b. Jackson and Columbus
Peltier Gerymy, coffee house, r. 62 Cedar
PEMBROKE JAMES W., watchmaker and jeweler, 4 S. 6th, r. same
Pemritz Johanna, boarding, 597 Broadway
Penberthy Samuel, machinist, r. 354 N. 2d
Pend Martin, [final 1 or 2 letters of surname illegible] 720 Broadway, r. same
Pendegrass John, starter, R.R., r. 449 Carondelet Av.
Pendergast Edward, lab., r. Es. al. b. Carr and Biddle, 11th and 12th
Pendergast Gerritt, teamster, bds. 38 S. 10th
Pendergast Thomas, carpenter, r. al. N.E. of O'Fallon and 8th
Pendigast John, r. 135 O'Fallon
Pendleton & Jouett, (Eugene B. Pendleton and William R. Jouett), com. mers., 16 Pine
Pendleton Allen D., bookkeeper, Berthold, Smith & Co., r. 18 N. 15th
Pendleton Edwin S., carpenter, R Randolph b. 12th and 13th
Pendleton Eugene B., (Pendleton & Jouett), r. 18 N. 15th
Pendleton Henry, bookkeeper, R.P. Hall, r. 18 N. 15th
Pengarst Mary, wid. Lawrence, r. [al.?] b. 9th and 10th and Franklin Av. and Morgan
Pening John, musician, r. Carondelet Av. S.W. c. Carroll
Penman George, lab., r. Ns. Division b. 24th and 25th
Penneger Peter, brewer, r. Ws. 20th b. Market and Estelle
Pennell Calvin T., teacher, r. 307 Chesnut
Penney Francis L., stencilcutter, r. 11th b. Wash and Carr
Penniman Henry C., bookkeeper, r. 25 S. 5th
Penninger John, teamster, r. Es. 2d Carondelet Av. nr. Arsenal
Penningroth Henry, brickyard, Cass Av. nr. 20th, r. 21st c. N. Market
Penningroth William, clk., bds. 21st c. N. Market
Pennington Samuel, miller, r. Barry N.E. c. Fulton
Pennington William A., dep. clk., Circuit Court, Court House, r. 105 Pine
Pennington William H., teamster, r. 326 2d
Pensien August, printer, r. S.E. c. Barlow and Orchard
PENTLAND WILLIAM J., block and pump maker, 267 N. main, r. 180 N. 5th
Pentley John, saddler, bds. 246 N. 12th
Pentony Thomas, carpenter, r. Es. al. b. 9th and 10th, Biddle and O'Fallon
Pentwell Mary, wid. James B., r. 204 N. 6th
Peoples' Ins. Co., Park Av. N.W. c. 5th
PEOPLES' SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, Park Av. N.W. c. 5th
Peotter ___, wid. G., r. S.E. c. Clark Av. and Naomi
PEPER CHRISTIAN, tobacco and cigars, 183 N. Main, r. 200 N. 6th
Peper Frederick, grocer, 6th N.W. c. Wash, r. same
Pepper Austin, brakesman, P. R.R., r. ear Ns. Austin b. 15th and 16th
Pepper Emanuel, engineer, r. 149 N. 7th
Pepper Manuel (col'd.), engineer, 55 and 57 Franklin Av.
Pepper Samuel, steamboat clk., bds. 209 Chesnut
Pepperkon William G., lab., r. rear Ss. Austin b. 16th and Tayon Av.
Pepperkorn Henry, bds. Ws. al. b. Angelrodt and Buchanan, Bellefontaine Rd. and 11th
Peppersack Henry, lab., r. Ws. 15th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
PEPPLER CASPER, saloon and boarding, N. Market S.W. c. Main, r. same
Peppler Gustavus, clk., r. Es. 14th nr. Marion
Peppler John, lab., r. Ws. Menard, b. Marion and Carroll
Peraler John, shoemaker, r. 182 S. 2d
Peran Petro G., sculptor, r. 7 S. 3d
Perani Peter, modeler, r. Ns. Lombard b. 2d and 3d
Percell Edward, shoemaker, bds. 319 Washington Av.
Percival John, bookkeeper, McMechan & Ballentine, r. 311 N. 6th
Percy Alfred, porter, r. 156 N. 10th
Percy Isaiah, carpenter, r. Es. 10th b. Webster and Chambers
Perdew Thomas F., pilot, r. 155 Christy Av.
Perez Gregory, bartender, r. 55 S. 4th
Pericay James, saloon, Washington Av. S.E. c. 7th, r. same
Perine Isaac N., patternmaker, r. 217 N. 7th
Perker Bernard, tailor, r. al. b. Main and 2d nr. Elm
Perkins Eliza O., wid. David, r. 49 S. 5th
Perkins Henry, cook, r. 60 Almond
Perkins John, timekeeper, bds. 779 Broadway
Perkins Keziah (col'd.), wid. Constant, r. 75 N. 11th
Perkins Nathan W., (S.C. Davis & Co.), r. 209 Chesnut
Perkins William, saloon, 3 Morgan, r. same
Perks Thomas, bricklayer, bds. Ws. Summit Av. opp. Pacific
Perks William, bricklayer, bds. Ws. Summit Av. opp. Pacific
Perl William, cabinetmaker, r. Fulton N.W. c. Barry
Permer Thomas J., steamboat clk., bds. Exchange Hotel
Pernatzel Amelia, wid. Henry, r. Ws. Menard b. Carroll and Soulard
Perniger Frederick, lab., r. Es. 10th b. Marion and Carroll
Pero Daniel, lab., r. Ws. 2d b. Mulberry and Lombard
Peroni Christopher, figuremaker, r. 162 Broadway
Perpoli Louis, figuremaker, 162 Broadway, r. same
Perreault Maurice, steward, King's Hotel
Perret Augustus L., (R.F. Sass & Co.), r. 229 Carr
Perret Charles, clk., 6 S. 3d
Perret Edward, clk., Whittaker & Burnett, r. 229 Carr
Perrier August, saloon, 44½ N. Levee, r. same
Perrigan John, lab., bds. 72 Morgan
Perrin ___, baker, r. Ws. 11th b. Angelrodt and Destrehan
Perrin John B., cigarmaker, bds. 25 S. 7th
Perrin John, painter, bds. 499 Broadway
Perrin Louis X., cigars and tobacco, 25 S. 7th and Walnut c. 2d, r. 25 S. 7th
PERRIN PAUL & CO., (Paul Perrin and Galuchia B. Sweet), carriage mfrs., Es. 10th b. Cass Av. and Mullanphy
Perrin Paul, (Paul Perrin & Co.), bds. Bennett's Hotel
Perrin Richard, turner, bds. Es. Broadway nr. Florida
Perrine Charles, (Young, Brothers & Co.), r. 241 Olive
Perritt ___, moulder, bds. 779 Broadway
Perry & Niven, (Ira Perry and John Niven), bakers, 248 Market
Perry Anson, farmer, bds. Burnett House
Perry David, bricklayer, bds. 215 Olive
Perry Edward, driver, r. Ss. Park Av. b. 2d Carondelet Av. and Mississippi Av.
Perry George, painter, 271 S. 5th, r. same
Perry Ira, (Perry & Nevin), bds. 248 Market
Perry James, carpenter, bds. 45 N. 12th
Perry James, clk., bds. King's Hotel
Perry John D., (Lewis, Perry & Co.) and pres., Exchange Bank, r. 315 Morgan
Perry Lee & Co., R.R. contractors, 140 N. Main
Perry Lilburn P., physician, r. 242 Chesnut
Perry Mary L., wid. William, House of Industry, 77 Pine, r. same
Perry Richard, reporter, Merchant's Ex., rooms Carr nr. 15th
Perry Warren B., ship carpenter, r. 145 Christy Av.
PERRY WILLIAM W.C., com. mer., Commercial N.E. c. Olive r. Ns. Dodier b. 14th and 15th
Perry William, driver, r. Ss. Market c. 19th
Perry William, manager, Rolling Mill, 1 N. 2d opp. N.M. R.R. track
Perrybone John, sawyer, Lami st. planing mill
Persch George, printer, r. Es. Ham b. Choteau Av. and Hickory
Perseval Louis, butcher, 49 Centre Market and 61 S. 4th, r. same
Pertz Louis, lab., r. Ss. Victor b. Main and DeKalb
Pesal Frank, musician, r. Ws. Decatur b. Soulard and Lafayette
Pesalt Simon, lab., r. rear 239 N. 13th
Pesch Bernard, lab., r. Geyer Av. b. Menard and Buel
Pesch Joseph M., marblecutter, bds. 3d N.W. c. Elm
Pesh Christopher, finisher, r. al. b. 13th and 14th nr. Cass Av.
Peshek Frank, printer, r. 45 Market
Pesold Max, tinner, Giles F. Filley, r. Wash nr. 11th
Pespsoltt Charles, confectioner, r. Ws. 19th b. Morgan and Franklin Av.
Pestell John, porter, bds. Green N.E. c. Main
Pester John, teacher, r. Decatur c. Lafayette
Pesters Frederick, lab., r. 252 S. Main
Pestrop Henry, drayman, bds. 249 Franklin Av.
Pete Josiah, lab., J.T. Dowdall & Co.
Peteler Charles, shoefindings, 57 S. 3d, r. same
Peter Charles, baker, 32 N. 6th
Peter Jacob, baker, 449 Carondelet Av., r. same
Peter John F., shoemaker, r. 184 Biddle
Peter John, ostler, r. Es. Carondelet Av. b. Dorcas and Arsenal
Peter Nicholas, stonecutter, r. Ss. Carroll b. Curran and 2d Carondelet Av.
Peter Philip, drayman, r. 19th b. Morgan and Franklin Av.
Peterkin Peter C., machinist, r. 371 N. 2d
Peterman John, cooper, bds. 13th b. Spruce and Poplar
Peterman Valentine, cigarmaker, r. 339 S. 3d
Petermann John, lab., r. rear 344 S. 7th
PETERS ALEXANDER E., com. and storage, 148, 150, 152, 154 and 156 N. 2d, r. 93 St. Charles
Peters Alfred C., (J.L. Peters & Bro.), r. Cincinnati
Peters Anna M., wid. Ralph, r. 144 Pine
Peters Charles, bricklayer, r. Leffingwell b. Laclede Av. and Chesnut
Peters Charles, lab., r. rear 139 N. 14th
Peters Charlotte, wid. Philip, bds. 12th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Peters Christopher, lab., r. 153 N. 14th
Peters Conrad, r. Ss. Walnut b. 9th and 10th
Peters Frank, pilot, r. Ss. Hickory nr. 5th
Peters Frederick, foreman, G. & C. Todd & Co., r. Ss. Madison b. 14th and 15th
Peters Frederick, saddler, r. 218 Carr
Peters Frederick, stonecutter, r. Ss. Madison b. 14th and 15th
Peters Gustave, collarmaker, r. 386 N. 9th
Peters Henry B., salesman, r. Ws. 12th b. Franklin Av. and Wash
Peters Henry W., blacksmith, r. Ws. 7th b. Carr and Biddle
Peters Henry W., porter, J.F. Comstock & Co., r. 159 N. 13th
Peters Henry, bookkeeper. R 174 N. 12th
Peters Ignatus [sic], bds. 3d N.W. c. Convent
Peters J.L. & Bro., (John L. and Alfred C.), music publishers, 49 N. 5th
Peters John L., (J.L. Peters & Bro.), bds. Washington Av. N.E. c. 5th
Peters John, brewer, bds. 77 S. 2d
Peters John, brewer, bds. al. rear Cerre b. 9th and 10th
Peters John, lab., r. Ns. Jefferson b. 12th and 13th
Peters John, saddler, r. 49 Chambers
Peters Joseph, cabinetmaker, r. 235 Biddle
Peters Louis F., saloon, 3d N.W. c. Pine, r. 165 N. 4th
Peters Louis, (Zimmermann & Peters), r. 185 N. 4th
PETERS LOUIS, furs, who. and retail, 65th [sic] N. 5th c. Locust, r. country
Peters Michael, butcher, bds. Ss. Wood nr. Columbus
Peters Michael, saloon and boarding, Convent N.W. c. 3d
Peters Patrick, lab., r. al. b. Webster and Chambers nr. Broadway
Peters Patrick, watchman, r. al. b. Broadway and 2d, Chambers and Webster
PETERS PETER J., saddle and harness maker, 2 N. Main and 15 Market, r. 9th N.W. c. Chambers
Peters Peter, drayman, John How, r. Ws. 19th b. Franklin Av. and Morgan
Peters Shadrach, blacksmith, bds. 262 Biddle
Peters Theodore C., shoemaker, bds. 232 Market
Peters William, lab., bds. Soulard c. Rosatti
Petersen James, lab., 363 Market
Petershop Margaretta, wid. Peter, r. 392 S. 7th
Peterson Alexander, (How & Peterson), r. Stoddard N.E. c. Winter
Peterson Alfred, salesman, John How, r. 83 Olive
Peterson Ann J., wid. Adam, r. 113 N. 18th
Peterson Bowman H., physician, 51 N. 5th, bds. Everett House
Peterson Charles, drayman, r. Ns. Benton b. 14th and 15th
Peterson James R., clk., Jacob E. Ester, r. 6 N. 6th
Peterson John H., grocer, 9th N.E. c. Warren, r. same
Peterson John, cabinetmaker, bds. Uhrig House
Peterson John, grocer, 11th N.W. c. Biddle, r. same
Peterson Peter, butcher, 26 Central Market, r. Es. 20th b. Estelle and Clark Av.
Peterson Susan, wid. Paris, r. 24 Ashley
Peterssen John H., clk., E. Eggers & Co., r. 341 Franklin Av.
Peting & Vernier, (Amedee Peting and Alexander Vernier), saloon, 486 N. Main
Peting Amedee, (Peting & Vernier) and collector, 11 S. 4th, r. 486 N. Main
Petiot Francis, carpenter, Spruce b. 12th and 13th
Petit Auguste, cooper, bds. Franklin Av. b. 21st and 22d
Petitclere Joseph, teacher, Academy Christian Brothers, r. same
Petiz John, butcher, 14 Lucas Market, r. Choteau Av. nr. machine shop
Petrash Albert, lab., r. Closey b. Emmet and Julia
Petree John, engineer, r. Columbus S.E. c. Marion
Petri Charles, butcher, 4 N. Market, r. Manchester Rd. nr. Carondelet Av.
Petri Fritz, tobacconist, r. 442 Morgan
PETRI IGNATIUS, physician, 142 Franklin Av., r. same
Petrican John, steward, bds. 106 Morgan
Petrie Charles, minstrel, bds. 245 Broadway
Petring Henry, (Erfort & Petring), r. 231 Wash
Petring John, bds. 231 Wash
Petrino Peter, ostler, r. Es. carpenter b. Dorcas and Arsenal
Petry Alexander, bootmaker, r. rear 191 S. 7th
Petry Conrad M., shoemaker, 66 Green, r. 76 N. 10th
PETRY JOHN, butcher, r. Ss. Park Av. nr. St. Vincent Cemetery
Petsch Edward W., barkeeper, bds. 275 Market
Petterson Joseph, engineer, r. Ss. Mulberry b. 3d and 4th
PETTES & LEATHE, (Henry Pettes and Samuel H. Leathe), looking glasses etc., 101 N. 4th
Pettes E.P. & Co., (Eleazar P. Pettes & ___ ___), grocers, 2 N. Levee and 1 Commercial
Pettes Eleazar P., (E.P. Pettes & Co.), r. Pine S.E. c. Leffingwell Av.
Pettes Henry, (Pettes & Leathe), r. Es. 9th b. Olive and Pine
Pettiford Reuben (col'd.), porter, G. Lorins, r. Gay b. 13th and 14th
Pettinger John, bartender, r. 60 Almond
Pettink Christina, wid. Caspar, r. 374 Franklin Av.
Pettitt Robert W., sewing machines, 80 N. 4th, bds. 80 N. 7th
Pettri William, printer, bds. 120 S. 4th
Pettus William G., sec. in S. co., r. 77 N. 4th
Pettus William H.H., teller, State Savings Assn., r. Es. 7th b. Locust and St. Charles
Petz George, sausagemaker, r. 59 N. Market
Petzer John, wagonmaker, r. 13th b. Market and Clark Av.
Petzler Lewis, baker, r. 129 N. 14th
Petzold Charles, carpenter, r. Ns. Emmet b. Jackson and Columbus
Petzold John F., r. 37 N. 13th
Pewrod Jonathan, r. 154 N. 6th
Peyinghaus Robert, dep. marshal, Court House, r. 5 N. 11th
Peyron Fabain, engineer, bds. 365 N. 2d
Pezel Frank, musician, r. Ws. 9th b. Soulard and Lafayette
Pezold John, whitewasher, r. 221 N. 13th
PEZOLT LAWRENCE, confectioner and ice cream saloon, 35 N. 5th, r. same
Pezonz Giacomo, saloon, 170 Green, r. same
Pfaff Ernest, saloon, 952 Broadway, r. same
Pfaff Jacob, cooper, r. Ws. 3d b. Convent and Hazel
Pfaffenbach Paul, vinegar maker, 143 N. 17th, r. same
Pfaffer John, organ builder, rear 333 S. 5th
Pfau Adolph, barkeeper, bds. Ws. Barlow b. Choteau Av. and Orchard
Pfau Theodore, reporter, Anzeiger des Westens, r. Ws. Barton b. Choteau Av. and Orchard
Pfeaster Francis, cabinetmaker, r. rear Ns. Arrow b. 7th and 8th
Pfefer George F. jr., butcher, r. Ss. Adams b. Emily and Pratte Av.
Pfefer George F. sr., shoemaker, r. Ns. Adams b. Emily and Pratte Av.
Pfeffer John B., shoemaker, 58 S. 5th, r. same
Pfeffermann William, wine dealer, 161 Carondelet Av., r. same
Pfeifer Antony, cooper, r. Carr S.W. c. 13th
Pfeifer Charles, lab., bds. Soulard S.E. c. Buel
Pfeifer Christof, shoemaker, r. 305 S. 3d
Pfeifer Conrad, painter, bds. 125 S. 2d
Pfeifer Frederick, butcher, 28 Lucas Market, r. Vinegar Hill
Pfeifer Thomas, machinist, r. O'Fallon S.W. c. 8th
Pfeiffer Alexander, clk., German Savings Institution, bds. 53 Center
Pfeiffer Anton, boilermaker, r. 158 Carr
PFEIFFER EDWARD & BRO., (Edward and Joseph), watchmakers, 120 S. 2d
Pfeiffer Edward, (Edward Pfeiffer & Bro.), r. 120 S. 2d
Pfeiffer Frederick, shoemaker, 204 N. 12th, r. same
Pfeiffer Joseph, (Edward Pfeiffer & Bro.), r. 120 S. 2d
Pfeiffer Jost, varnisher, r. 11th S.W. c. Almond
Pfeiffer Philip, bartender, a La. b. 11th and 12th nr. O'Fallon
Pfeil George, gasfitter, 49 Convent
Pfeil Joseph, gasfitter, r. 300 S. 5th
Pfershe Anne, wid. Leopold, r. 37 Elm
Pfershe Edward, bookkeeper, Nolan & Caffrey, bds. 37 Elm
Pffaifar Leon, drygoods, 243 Carondelet Av., r. same
Pfieffer Jonas M., drygoods and clothing, 115 Franklin Av., r. same
Pfifer Andrew, finisher, bds. 189 S. 2d
Pfifer Rosina, drygoods, 293 S. 5th
Pfiffer Leopold, peddler, r. rear 246 S. 5th
Pfiffner Henry, lab., r. al. rear 3d b. Convent and hazel
Pfiffner John G., harnessmaker, bds. Ws. Broadway b. Cass Av. and O'Fallon
Pfirman Valentine, butcher, r. 451 Carondelet Av.
Pfiste George, lab., bds. 254 Market
Pfister Charles, baker, 40 Cherry, r. same
Pfister Conrad, saloon and boarding, 262 N. 2d
Pfister Michael, tailor, bds. 7th S.W. c. Biddle
Pfisterer Christian, barkeeper, bds. St. Louis House
Pfitzinger Magdalena, wid. George, r. 186 N. 13th
Pflehenger Francis A., lab., r. 202 S. Main
Pflukshaupt Benedict, tailor, r. rear 314 S. 5th
Pflum Latislaus, teamster, Dreyer & Ulrici, bds. Ws. 2d b. Cedar and Mulberry
Pfohl Anthony, moulder, bds. 60 Morgan
Pfort Lodowich, lab., r. 30 Mullanphy
Pfreng Joseph, brewer, r. Prairie Av. nr. Hebert
Pfromder John, printer, r. Carondelet Av. c. Allen Av.
Pfund Frederick, brewer, r. 159 Carondelet Av.
Pfunter Louis, grocer, Franklin Av. S.W. c. 22d, r. same
Phalen John, lab., r. Glasgow Av. b. Vineyard and Penrose
Phalen Michael, lab., St. Louis Bagging and Rope Factory
Phalen William, drayman, 217 Green
Phalin John, porter, Triplett, Sells & Co., r. 6th c. O'Fallon
Phalon Michael, cooper, bds. 331 N. 7th
Phalon Morris, cooper, 331 N. 7th
Phau Bernard, lab., bds. Ss. Franklin Av. b. 21st and 22d
Pheelan John, coachman, r. Ss. Laclede Av. b. Beaumont and Leffingwell Av.
PHEGLEY G. & CO., (George Phegley & ___ ___), meat market, 198 Commercial
Phegley George, (G. Phegley & Co.), r. Biddle b. 24th and 25th
Pheiper Philip, bartender, r. Es. 12th b. Biddle and O'Fallon
Phelan Cornelius, carman, r. 392 Morgan
Phelan Daniel S., clk., Ryan & Louthan, r. Ns. Green b. 10th and 11th
Phelan James, shoemaker, r. 339 Morgan
Phelan Michael, lab., r. S. 12th b. Poplar and Randolph
Phelan William, clk., Edwd. J. Gay & Co., r. Ns. Green b. 10th and 11th
Phelbel John, lab., r. Geyer Av. c. Decatur
Phelps Miles G., painter, 74 N. 16th, r. 88 Gay
Phelps William, carpenter, bds. Ws. 14th b. Spring and Wright
Pheste George, stonemason, r. Ws. Columbus b. Soulard and Lafayette
Philableble George, stonemason, r. 405 Carondelet Av.
Philbel Peter, paver, r. Rosatti b. Emmet and Julia
Philbin ___, wid. Richard P., r. Ns. O'Fallon b. 24th and 25th
Philedo Joseph, carpenter, r. O'Fallon b. 5th and 6th
Philegus John, lab., r. L'esperance S.W. c. Kosciusko
PHILIBERT & BRANCONIER, (Benjamin Philibert and David Branconier), planing mill and mfrs., sash, door and window frames, Market b. 15th an d 16th
Philibert Adolphe, (G.W. Alexander & Co.), r. 15th N.E. c. Christy Av.
Philibert Augustus B., collector, O.A. Collins, r. 312 N. 7th
Philibert Augustus, watchmaker, 143 N. 3d, r. 312 N. 7th
Philibert Benjamin, (Philibert & Branconier), r. Washington Av. b17th and 18th
Philibert Joseph, carriage maker, bds. Ss. St. Charles b. 17th and 18th
Philips & Bowles, (P. James Philips and Lewis H. Bowles), produce and com., 299 Broadway
Philips Albert B., daguerrean, 91 Franklin Av., r. same
Philips George H., railroad clk., bds. King's Hotel
Philips George W., painter, r. 132 N. 6th
Philips James, carpenter, r. 149 Wash
Philips P. James, (Philips & Bowles), bds. Washington Hotel
Philips William, riverman, r. 180 N. 7th
Philliber James K., stair builder, Dickson S.E. c. Clay Av., r. 9 Wash
Phillibert Henry O., tinner, bds. Ns. St. Charles b. 17th and 18th
Phillip John, baker, 1029 Broadway, r. same
Phillipe Jacob, dyer, bds. 82 S. Main
Phillippi Bra, cigarmaker, r. 160 Franklin Av.
Phillipps Ansyl, supt., Keokuk Packet Co., 34 Commercial, r. New c. Papin
Phillipps Henry, varnisher, r. Ss. Franklin Av. b. 23d and 24th
PHILLIPS & CO., (Thomas F. and H. St. John Phillips), com. mers., 6 Pine
Phillips Catherine, wid. Henry, bds. Ss. Washington Av. b. 15th and 16th
Phillips Cathering, wid. James T., r. Es. 25th b. Carr and Biddle
Phillips Christian, tailor, r. Ss. Market b. 20th and 21st
Phillips Daniel J., confectioner, 312 N. 9th, r. same
Phillips Edward, lab., r. 217 N. 9th
Phillips George (col'd.), r. 29 Christy Av.
Phillips George W., physician, 50 Olive, r. 24 N. 10th
Phillips H. St. John, (Phillips & Co.), r. 6th N.E. c. Gratiot
Phillips James, carpenter, r. 143 Orange
Phillips John C., clk., Berthold, Smith & Co., rooms Green N.E. c. 4th
Phillips John H., daguerrean artist, r. 146 Wash
Phillips John sr., clk., bds. 140 N. 13th
Phillips John V., mining and land agency office, 97 Chesnut, r. Ironton, Mo.
Phillips John W., carpenter, r. rear 188 N. 12th
Phillips John, blacksmith, bds. 90 Green
Phillips John, furniture dealer, 140 N. 13th
Phillips Josephine (col'd.), washing, r. rear 185 Green
Phillips Jules, fancy goods, 142 N. 3d, r. N.E. c. Wash and 8th
Phillips Maurice, blacksmith, bds. 90 Green
Phillips Peter, carpenter, r. al. b. Cass Av. and O'Fallon E. of 7th
Phillips Theophilus C., clk., r. 353 N. 2d
Phillips Thomas F., (Phillips & Co.), r. 6th N.E. c. Gratiot
Phillips Thomas H., plumber, r. 132 N. 15th
Phillips Thomas, mail agt., I.M. R.R., bds. 106 N. 4th
Phillips Virginia, wid. Jacob, r. 334 S. 7th
Phillips William, boatman, bds. 351 N. Main
Phillips William, carpenter, bds. Ws. 14th b. Spring and Wright
Phillips William, painter, r. 78 Green
Phipps Chester M., printer, bds. U.S. Hotel
Phipps Lucius, bookkeeper, Bank of the State of Missouri, r. Es. Rosatti b. Manning and Carroll
Phister Matthias, confectioner, r. Washington Av. N.E. c. 5th
Phisterer Gottlieb, clk., r. Es. Main nr. Mulberry
Phlay Patrick, policeman, r. 142 N. 11th
PHŒNIX BREWERY, (Staehlin & Halm), Lafayette c. 2d Carondelet Av.
PHŒNIX CHAIR FACTORY, (Getty, Fate & Lyuott), Madison N.W. c. 2d
Phœnix Ins. Co. of St. Louis, Main S.E. c. Pine
Phogel Theobold, tailor, r. 198 S. Main
Piatt Michael, H., Foreman, St. Louis R.R. Co., r. Bellefontaine Rd. b. Salisbury and Mallinckrodt
Piccek Thomas, tailor, Ws. Fulton nr. Barry
Pick Joseph, r. Gravois Rd. c. Institute
Pickenbergh Caspar, lab., r. Es. Jackson nr. Carroll
Picker Bernard, cooper, r. Ws. Fulton b. Soulard and Lafayette
Picker Charles, dep. constable, r. Ns. Lafayette b. Buel and Decatur
Picker Erich, lab., r. Ns. Lafayette b. Buel and Decatur
Pickering John E., carpenter, bds. 335 Broadway
Pickert Katrina, wid. Edward, r. 152 N. 12th
Pickett ___, clk., bds. 22 Mullanphy
Pickhaubt George, r. Ns. Allen Av. b. Fulton and Decatur
Pickles George & Co., (George Pickles and Samuel Wilson), plumbers and gasfitters, 228 S. 4th
Pickles George, (George Pickles & Co.), r. 228 S. 4th
Pickline Charles, collarmaker, bds. 489 Morgan
Pickup James, glassblower, bds. Ns. Buchanan nr. 11th
Pickup Jeremiah, popcorn dealer, r. Ns. Buchanan nr. 11th
Pickup Richard, lab., r. 344 N. 2d
Picot Louis G., lawyer, 23 N. 4th, r. at Carondelet
Piefer John, carman, r. Missouri Av. nr. Iroquois
Piefer John, lab., r. Es. 9th b. Warren and Montgomery
Piel Herman, lab., r. Ss. Benton b. 13th and 14th
Piel John H., shoemaker, r. Ss. Biddle b. 17th and 18th
Piena Antonio, lab., r. 130 Biddle
Piening Joseph, chairmaker, bds. 62 Morgan
Piepenbrier Peter, porter, Southern Bank, r. 9th N.W. c. Carr
Piepenbrooke John, hairdresser, 82 Locust, r. same
Pieper August P., tailor, r. Ns. Arsenal b. 9th and 10th
Pieper Frank, brickmaker, r. Ss. N. Market b. 19th and 20th
Pieper Frederick, carpenter, bds. 714 Broadway
Pieper Henry, cutter, Cohen & Gershon, r. 25 Benton
Pieper Henry, wagonmaker, r. 364 N. 9th
Pieper Sophia, wid. Engalbarth, r. Es. Menard b. Park Av. and Marion
Piepers Constance J., (F.A. Reuss & Co.), r. Pine N.E. c. 14th [found with Pei names]
Pierce Anson, carpenter, bds. 335 Broadway
Pierce David O., carpenter, bds. 1 Benton
Pierce David, painter, 531 Broadway, bds. 433 Broadway
Pierce Dennis, lab., r. rear 157 N. 9th
Pierce Edwin, waiter, Clarendon Hotel, bds. same
Pierce Enoch, foundryman, r. al. rear Mulberry b. 2d and 3d
Pierce George, bricklayer, r. Ws. 7th b. Walnut and Clark Av.
Pierce Horace, r. 76 Brooklyn
Pierce Horace, St. Louis Leather Mfg. Co., r. 76 Brooklyn
Pierce J., r. 531 Broadway
Pierce John O., (Thornton & Pierce), r. 264 N. 7th
Pierce John, baker, r. 77 St. Charles
Pierce John, engineer, r. S. 7th nr. Park Av.
Pierce Jonathan O., bookkeeper, 32 N. 6th, r. 77 St. Charles
Pierce Joseph, confectioner, 182 N. 5th
Pierce Justin, r. rear 433 Broadway
Pierce Marshall, sb clk., bds. 471 Broadway
Pierce Patrick, saloon and boarding, 45 Poplar
Pierce Sarah, wid. William, r. 20 Chambers
Pierce Vanness A., bds. 76 Brooklyn
Pierce William J., lab., r. 531 Broadway
Pierce William W., machinist, r. 20 Chambers
Pierce William, cement roofing, bds. 433 Broadway
Pierce William, finisher, bds. 20 Chambers
Pierce William, sb clk., bds. 67 N. 10th
Piercher Henry, blacksmith, r. 166 Carondelet Av.
Pierot Gustave, printer, bds. 159 S. 5th
Pierper Hermann, lab., r. Es. Jackson and L'esperance
Pierson Alonzo B., scalemaker, r. 176 Wash
Pierson Richard M., bookkeeper, P. Crow & Sons, rooms 5th b. Pine and Chesnut
Pietig John, tailor, r. N.W. c. 15th and N. Market
Piffeng John, saddler, bds. Kentucky House
Pigeon Joseph, fireman, 32 N. 6th
Piggott Isaac N., physician, r. 270 N. 2d
Piggott John, lab., bds. 27 S. 13th
Piggott Michael, bricklayer, r. 74 Franklin Av.
PIGNERO & POZZONI (Prosper A. Pignero and Joseph A. Pozzoni), wig and hair dye mnfry., 29 N. 5th
PIGNERO EDMUND A., (Lewis & Pignero), lawyer and notary public, 49 Chesnut, r. Laclede Sta.
Pignero Prosper A., (Pignero & Pozzoni), r. Laclede Sta. , P. R.R.
Pigott Austin, r. Es. 6th S. of Gratiot
Pigott William, lab., r. 193 N. 8th
Pigott William, plasterer, r. rear 231 N. 14th
Pikard Andrew B, agt., bds. 1 St. Charles
PIKE & KELLOGG, (Edward C. Pike and Sanford B. Kellogg), drugs, paints, &c., 129 N. 2d
Pike Adolph, carpenter, r. 359 S. 7th
Pike Edward C., (Pike & Kellogg), r. nr. Cheltenham
Pike Edwin S., printer, bds. 55 Collins
Pike Frederick B., bookkeeper, r. 97 N. 16th
Pike Henry & Co., (Henry Pike and Lawrence Myers), who. wines and liquors, 125 N. 2d, and distillery, 105 and 106 N. Levee
Pike Henry, (Henry Pike & Co.), r. 257 Washington Av.
Pike Reuben, boatman, bds. 325 N. 6th
Pilcher ___, clk., bds. 22 N. 12th
Pilcher Archibald M., carpenter, r. Ws. 10th b. W. Brooklyn and Webster
Pilcher Henry jr., organ builder, 116 N. 15th, r. 357 Morgan
Pilcher Henry, organ builder, r. 103 N. 15th
Pilcher Henry, piano tuner, r. 113 N. 16th
Pilcher John W., furniture, 140 Market, r. country
Pilcher Joseph W., carpenter, r. Ns. Montgomery b. 9th and Broadway
Pilcher Thomas, organ builder, r. 103 N. 15th
Pilgrim Henry, carpenter, r. N. [sic] Green c. 19th
Pilgrim Matthias, teamster, r. Conde c. Elliott
Pilkey & Smith, (John P. Pilkey and Charles A. Smith), wines and liquors, 31 S. Levee
Pilkey John P., (Pilkey & Smith), bds. Barnum's Hotel
Pilkington Henry, r. Ws. Barry b. 7th and Fulton
Pilkington Julian, bds. 6th N.W. c. Market
Pilkington Samuel B., r. Ws. Barry b. 7th and Fulton
Pillsbury James A.H., grocer, 2d S.W. c. Lombard, r. same
Pilly Frank, candlemaker, Kosciusko c. Barton
PILOT KNOB IRON CO., 34 N. Commercial
Pils Herman, tailor, O'Fallon N.W. c. 12th, r. same
Pilsticker Daniel, tailor, r. 332 S. 2d
Piltz ___, tailor, 41 Franklin Av.
Piltz Henry, wagonmaker, Es. Moore nr. Market
Pim Lewis T., physician, 6th S.E. c. Pine
PINAUD & GILBERT, (Eugene Pinaud and Alphonse Gilbert), wigmakers and hair cutters, 29 N. 4th
Pinaud Eugene, (Pinaud & Gilbert), r. 29 N. 4th
Pine Ebenezer, shoemaker, bds. 45 S. 3d
Pine James, ins. agt., 13 Main, r. Ws. Emily b. Bernard and Adams
Pine James, shoemaker, bds. 45 S. 3d
Pine Michael, steward, bds. 58 S. 3d
Pinebauer Charles, lab., bds. 222 S. 2d
Pines Ezekiel (col'd.), porter, Boatman's Savings Institution, r. 79 Orange
Pinger Frederick, marblecutter, bds. 832 Broadway
Pingsten Charles, lab., r. rear Ss. Spring b. 13th and 14th
Pinische Anna, wid. Charles, r. 624 Broadway
Pinkepank Christian, lab., r. Ss. Park Av. [nr.?] Menard
Pinter John, cigarmaker, bds. 195 S. 4th
Pipe Edward, bricklayer, bds. Ss. Chambers b. 11th and 12th
Pipe George, bricklayer, r. Ws. 10th b. Brooklyn and Webster
Piper Antone, teamster, r. al. b. 8th and 9th, Rutgers and Park Av.
Piper Charles, r. 200 N. 9th
Piper Constant J., (F.A. Reuss & Co.), r. 255 Pine
Piper Henry, carpenter, r. Ss. Orchard b. Barlow and 11th
Piper Henry, tailor, r. 25 Benton
Piper Herman, carpenter, bds. 45 N. 12th
Piper Thomas, finisher, r. 8th N.W. c. O'Fallon
Pipkin Paris, register, Land Office, Custom House Bldg., r. Webster Sta.
Pipper William, glassblower, bds. Lafayette b. carpenter and Jackson
Pippett Paul B., bricklayer, r. 74 Franklin Av.
Piquenard Alfred H., (Johnston & Piquenard), r. Ss. Gratiot b. Catalpa and Barlow
Pirkington Julian, coffee roaster, r. Washington Av. nr. 6th
Piro Joseph, lab., r. Franklin Av. b. 22d and 23d
Pirot Joseph, lab., r. Es. 23d b. Morgan and Franklin Av.
Pirtle Maria, wid. John, r. 29 N. 16th
Pishter Christian, barkeeper, r. 190 S. 2d
Pistoff ___, r. rear 842 Broadway
Pitcher Henry, builder, 6th c. Poplar, r. 228 S. 7th
Piters William, carpenter, r. 231 Carr
Pitkin Charles N., collarmaker, bds. Ns. Spruce b. 13th and 14th
Pitman Alfred, lab., r. 871 Broadway
Pitman Ariel C., printer, bds. 6th S.E. c. Spruce
Pitrat Charles, physician, 561 S. 7th, r. same
Pitri Philip, baker, bds. Ns. Soulard b. Buel and Menard
Pitsmezer Francis, lab., r. Es. 11th b. Clark Av. and Market
Pitt William, barkeeper, bds. 108 Morgan
Pittana Guittano, fruitseller, r. 88 N. 3d
Pittman Edward F., (Pittman, Bros. & Co.), r. Garrison Av. N.W. c. Lucas Av.
Pittman George T., ., (Pittman, Bros. & Co.), r. Garrison Av. N.W. c. Lucas Av.
Pittman Williamson H., ., (Pittman, Bros. & Co.), r. Garrison Av. N.W. c. Lucas Av.
PITTMAN, BROS. & CO., (Edward F., Williamson H., and George T.), who. drygoods, 83 N. Main
Pitts Alexander, clk., bds. Southern Hotel
Pitts Francis, plasterer, r. Ws. Broadway nr. Ferry
PITZMAN JULIUS, surveyor, 71 Chesnut, r. Winter N.W. c. 9th
Pivant Ambrose, r. 67 S. 4th
Pivant Emil, waiter, r. 67 S. 4th
Pivant Helen, corset maker, 67 S. 4th, r. same
Plaaman Gert., brickmaker, r. Park Av. b. Morton and St. Ange Av.
Plaeke August, horseshoer, 101 N. 17th, r. rear same
Plaetorn Francis, cigarmaker, r. 165 S. 2d
Plaetsachke August, cigarmaker, rooms 197 S. 2d
Plahto Morris, clothier, 118 N. 3d, r. 61 N. 8th
Plake Ferdinand, cigarmaker, Es. 11th b. Clark Av. and Market
Plamondon Louis, clk., M. Lyons, bds. Jefferson House
Plamondon Ovid, clk., M. Lyons, bds. Jefferson House
Plant & Bros., (William M. and Alfred), seeds, tools and machines, 14 N. Main and 204 Broadway
Plant Alfred, (Plant & Bro.), 14 N. Main
PLANT GEORGE P. & CO., (George P. Plant and Samuel Plant), 
PLANT GEORGE, (Geo. P. Plant & Co.), bds. 108 Pine
PLANT SAMUEL, (Geo. P. Plant & Co.), r. S.E. c. Lucas and Garrison Av., Stoddard addition
Plant William M., (Plant & Bro.), r. at Webster Sta., P. R.R.
PLANTERS' HOUSE, (Benjamin Stickney), N. 4th b. Chesnut and Pine
Plasmaear Henry, lab., r. Ws. 11th nr. O'Fallon
Plass Friederic W., drygoods, 33 Carondelet Av., r. same
Plass W.C., r. Rose cottage Es. Marine Hospital
Plassmann William, watchman, r. Es. N. 15th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Plat Jacob, plasterer, r. Ss. Park Av. b. Menard and Rosatti
Platburgh Auguste, carpenter, r. 42 S. 2d
Platchick William, ostler, bds. 109 Ashley
Plate Melchior, engineer, r. Ws. Jackson nr. Carroll
Plate Theodore, school teacher, 13 S. 5th
Platt & Co., (James Platt and Gideon Palmer), furniture, 116 Locust
PLATT HENRY S., druggist, 7th c. Franklin Av., r. 278 Biddle
Platt James, (Platt & Co.), 116 Locust
Platt John M., (Switzer, Platt & Co.), r. S.E. c. Shenandoah and Grand Av.
Platt Richard A., clk., R.G. Dun & Co., bds. 22 N. 12th
Platt Sarah, wid. Hezekiah, bds. 209 Olive
Platte ___, bds. 108 Pine
Platte O. Henry, lawyer, 47 3d, r. 112 Olive
Plattenburg Alfred W., finisher and upholstering, 39 N. 6th, rooms same
Plattermann Andrew, shoemaker, r. 179 Carr
Plattermann William D., machinist, r. 179 Carr
Platz Adam, cooper, r. 16th S.E. c. Madison
Platz Frederick, baker, r. 24 Gay
Platz John, chairmaker, bds. 248 N. 6th
Platz William, huckster, r. Es. 7th nr. Rutgers
Platzesk Francis, porter, Fife & Michael, r. 220 N. 11th
Pleck John, blacksmith, 303 Morgan, bds. Morgan b. 14th and 15th
Plegge Jacob, cooper, r. Jackson, S.W. c. Sidney
Pleile Charles, r. 355 N. 9th
Plerbert Terese, wid. Andrew, r. al. b. Soulard and Lafayette W. of Carondelet Av.
Pleren Marcus, locksmith, r. 437 Carondelet Av.
Plessner Abraham, fancy goods, 200 Broadway, r. 165 N. 4th
Pleuger Henry, carpenter, r. rear Ss. Wright Av. b. 14th and 15th
Plicshka Francis, mason, r. c. Lafayette and 17th
Plietner William, lab., r. Ss. Monroe b. 14th and 15th
Plieuger Henry, shoemaker, r. 17 Mullanphy
Plieuger Louis, shoemaker, bds. 17 Mullanphy
Plitt Augustus, daguerrean, 33 Morgan, r. 155 Franklin Av.
Plitt Gustavus, drayman, John How, r. Orange b. 18th and 19th
Plittenbaum, Henry, teamster, r. 59 Chambers
Ploame Joseph, deckhand, r. Ss. Julia b. Buel and Menard
Plochmann Emil, clk., Mayer & Kower, r. Miller S.W. c. Columbus
Ploeser Christian, saddler, r. Ws. al. b. Jackson and Columbus nr. Marion
Ploger August, lab., r. Ws. 15th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Ploger Henry, shoemaker, r. Ns. Benton b. 13th and 14th
Plogsteert Gerhard H., lab., r. Ws. 14th b. Spring and Montgomery
PLOGSTEERT HENRY, cigars and tobacco, Ns. Clark Av. b. 8th and 9th, r. same
Plogstert John, cabinetmaker, r. Ws. 15th b. Burton [sic] and Warren
Plogstert William, carpenter, bds. Ns. Clark Av. b. 8th and 9th
Plomberg William, carpenter, Ss. Jefferson b. 13th and 14th, r. Es. 14th nr. Jefferson
Ploser Louis, saloon, 76 Carondelet Av., r. same
Plowman Edward R., policeman, r. Es. DeKalb b. L'esperance and Picotte
Plum Charles, stonemason, r. Ns. al. b. Hickory and Rutgers nr. 6th
Plum Jacob, clk., r. 307 S. 5th
Plum Jacob, shoemaker, r. rear 297 S. 5th
Plumberg Frederick, porter, r. O'Fallon nr. 11th
Plumer Herman, hairdresser, r. 69 2d
Plumhoff Frederick, saddler, bds. 52 S. 7th
Plummer John C., (Wentworth & Co.), r. Great Falls, Vt.
Plummer Samantha A., matron, Mission House Church of Messiah, r. 48 N. 8th
Plumsted James M., (McCammon and Plumsted), r. 262 N. 5th
Plunket Mathew, lab., at Alexander McLagan's
Plunkett Bridget, wid., r. Ws. al. b. 8th and 9th, Biddle and O'Fallon
Plunkett James, baker, r. 232 N. 7th
Plunkett James, stonecutter, r. Warren nr. Pratte Av.
Plunkett Thomas, storage, 4 Commercial
Plunkett Thomas. clk., Thomas Plunkett, bds. Walnut Ss. nr. 2d
Plymaan Frank, (Hagenah & Plymaan), r. 322 N. 9th
Plympton Charlotte, teacher, bds. Chesnut S.W. c. 13th
Pnipe John, lab., r. Es. al. b. 9th and 10th, Biddle and O'Fallon
Poag Thomas, lab., r. al. b. Franklin Av. and Wash, 7th and 8th
Poahm Michael, lab., r. rear Columbus S.E. c. Carroll
Pocket George W. (col'd.), boatman, r. Clark Av. S.E. c. 21st
Pococke Augustus M., rooms 63 Walnut
Pococke Caroline V., wid. William H., r. 200 N. 5th
Pococke Henry C., mfr., smutt machines, 21 Market, r. 200 N. 5th
Podecnaert George, saloon, 225 Carondelet Av., r. same
Podesta Anthony, fruits, etc., 194 S. 5th and 3d N.W. c. Market, r. same
Podesta Bernard, fruit store, 69 N. 3d, r. same
Podesta Louis, confectioner, 17 N. 4th, r. same
Podine William, lab., r. 13th S. of Cass Av.
Poe Alexander, helper, r. Es. 2d b. Howard and Mullanphy
Poe James A., steward, Lewellen & Co., r. 345 Broadway
Poe Martha A., wid. Hardin, r. Es. 2d b. Howard and Mullanphy
Poemer Louis, painter, r287 Carondelet Av.
Poeperling William, wagonmaker, r. 11th N.W. c. Chambers
Poerear Florentine, shoemaker, r. 148 S. 3d
POERTNER CHARLES H., rectifier sand distiller, 55 S. 2d, r. same
Poertner Henry, carpenter, r. Clay Av. c. Conde
Poetter Gustavus, salesman, Manny, Drake & Co., r. Clark Av. S.E. c. Naomi
Poettgen Frederick, bartender, r. 490 Market
Poetting John H., porter, Switzer, Platt & Co., r. Ss. Madison b. 14th and 15th
Poggemoeller Charles, shoemaker, r. Salisbury b. 11th and 12th
Pohl Albert, tailor, 66 Market, r. same
Pohl Charles, slater, 45 Almond
Pohl Henry, tanner, r. Davis S. 19th
Pohl Olios, locksmith, r. 9th S.W. c. Carr
Pohl Wenzel, carpenter, r. Lafayette S.E. c. 9th
Pohlfegt August, teamster, r. Es. 14th nr. Monroe
Pohli Adams, ironmoulder, r. Ss. Geyer Av. nr. Decatur
Pohling Henry, chairmaker, bds. 714 Broadway
Pohlman Henry, printer, r. 190 N. 10th
Pohlmann Catharine, wid. Frederick, r. Ss. Biddle b. 23d and 24th
Pohlmann Charles, (Brono & Pohlmann), r. 285 S. 3d
Pohlmann Elizabeth, wid. Ludwig, r. Ns. Madison b. 15th and 16th
Pohlmann Theodore, tailor, r. 24 carpenter
Pohlmann William, brickmoulder, bds. Ss. Biddle b. 23d and 24th
Pohlmeier George, lab., r. rear 13th b. Spring and Wright
Pohlmeir Stephen, wagonmaker, r. 866 Broadway
Pohlmon Hermann, cooper, r. Ws. al. b. Jackson and Columbus nr. Miller
Poinier Jacob, baker, r. rear 169 N. 13th
Poitiaux Michael B., bookkeeper, Harding, Given & Co., bds. 84 Pine
Poitier Francis B., agt., Academy Christian brothers, bds. same
Polajack martin, lab., r. Closey b. Emmet and Julia
Poland Catharine, wid. Michael, r. Ws. al. b. 7th and 8th N. of Clark Av.
Poland Thomas W., foreman, J.S. Post & Co., bds. 90 Brooklyn
Polanz Julius, papercarrier, r. Ss. Franklin Av. b. 22d and 23d
Pole Anthony, saloon, 25 Pine, r. same
Poleman Frederick, brickmaker, r. Hamtramck b. Julia and Geyer Av.
Poleman Henry, brickmoulder, r. Ss. Carr b. 24th and 25th
Polhemus William S., (Hunt & Polheums), r. 5 Spruce
POLICE OFFICE, Ss. Chesnut b. Main and 2d
Polifca Barbara, wid. Joseph, r. Rosatti b. Lafayette and Emmet
Politte Stephen, musician, r. 201 N. 7th
Politte Thomas, pumpmaker, r. 102 N. 7th
Politz Frederick, notary public, r. Ss. Market b. 19th and 20th
Polk Jehn [sic] W., bds. Planters' House
POLK TRUSTEN, lawyer, Chesnut N.W. c. 2d, r. Lucas Place S.E. c. 14th
Polkowski Edward S., (H. Renouard & Co.), r. Ns. Winter b. Stoddard Av. and 11th
Poll Hermann, lab., r. Ss. Marion nr. 7th
Poll William, painter, r. 140 O'Fallon
Pollack Francis A., butcher, 30 Central Market
Pollack John, bookkeeper, J.R. Purvis & Co., r. Ss. Gratiot b. 5th and 6th
Pollak Simon, physician, 116 Market, r. same
Pollak William, butcher, 43 Center Market, r. Barsaloux N. of Lynch
Polland Joseph, lab., bds. 830 Broadway
Pollard & Renick, (Isaac J. Pollard and Robert M. Renick), real estate agts., 76 Chesnut, Kennett's Bldg.
Pollard Benjamin, engineer, r. rear Ns. Austin b. 15th and 16th
Pollard Daniel, policeman, 326 N. 8th
Pollard George L., lawyer, and asst. U.S. collector of customs, 29 Chesnut, room 61 Walnut
Pollard Isaac J., (Pollard & Renick), r. 145 Chesnut
Pollard Isaac W., notary public, 76 Chesnut, r. same
Pollard James R., physician, 102½ Locust, rooms same
Pollard John B., r. 213 Carr
Pollard John J., clk., r. 453 Morgan
Pollard John, porter, E.A. Damon & Co., r. 303 N. 8th
Pollart Jacob, lab., bds. rear 95 N. Levee
Pollazk Francis, butcher, r. Ns. Victor b. McNair and Gravois Rd.
Pollett Charles, machinist, r. 213 N. 14th
Pollett John, grocer, bds. Ss. Wash b. 22d and 23d
Polley George W., salesman, Ferguson & Co., bds. Missouri Hotel
Polleys Alex., driver, bds. 272 Broadway
Pollhaus Philip, (Pollhaus & Hesse), r. 233 N. 13th
Pollman Hermann, drayman, r. 97 N. 17th
Pollman Simon, brickmaker, bds. Ss. Biddle b. 21st and 22d
Pollmuller Ferdinand, porter, r. rear 125 N. 18th
Pollock Andrew, carpenter, r. 88 Christy Av.
Pollock Henry W., salesman, Hayden & Wilson, r. 187 N. 6th
Pollock Jacob, clk., W. Kyler, bds. 168 Broadway
Pollock James S., clk., Shapleigh, Day & Co., r. 187 N. 6th
Pollock James, bookkeeper, Richardson, Mellier & Co., r. 102 N. 5th
Pollock Joseph, moulder, r. 8 N. 3d
Pollock Joseph, moulder, r. Ns. Smith nr. Louis
POLLOCK M.E. FERNANDO, commissioner common schools, McDonough's Bldg., Olive b. 3d and 4th, r. 5th S.W. c. Wash
POLLOCK WILLIAM, lawyer, bds. 180 N. 5th
Pollok Charles, clk., Armstrong & Kinnear
Polman Henry, lab., r. Es. 13th nr. Madison
Polmann John, r. 222 Franklin Av.
Polminn Henry, lab., Ns. Jefferson b. 12th and 13th
Pols Frederick, carpenter, r. Es. 14th nr. Monroe
Polster Thofiels, physician, bds. Ss. Mound nr. 8th
Polster Toby, Rev, r. Ss. Mound nr. 8th
Polston George, jeweler, r. 34 S. 2d
Polumenberg Henry, shoemaker, r. al. b. Park Av. and Barry, 7th and Fulton
Polzia John, barkeeper, r. 682 Broadway
POMAREDE LEON D., artist, r. 71 Locust
Pomeroy & Benton, (George Pomeroy and William H. Benton), drygoods, 127 N. 4th
Pomeroy Charles W., bookkeeper, Thos. E. Tutt & Co., r. 63 S. 5th
Pomeroy Chester W., mdse. broker, 24 Locust, r. 63 S. 5th
Pomeroy Collata, wid. Alexander, r. 357 Market
Pomeroy George W., bookkeeper, Collier White Lead and Oil Co., r. Chesnut N.W. c. 11th
Pomeroy George, (Pomeroy & Benton), R New York city
Pomeroy George, driver, r. Market c. 19th
Pomeroy Jeanette, wid. Augustus D., r. Pine S.W. c. Beaumont Av.
Pomeroy William H., salesman, Mark Hamilton, bds. 63 S. 5th
Pomgatter Michael, tailor, r. 467 Carondelet Av.
Pommer Anna S., wid. Frederick W., pianos, 42 S. 5th, r. same
Pommer Frederick, carpenter, r. Lux b. Arsenal and Cherokee
Pompy Annette, wid. Pusa, r. 330 S. 5th
Ponat Frederick, shoemaker, 729 Broadway, r. same
Pond & Eldridge, (Charles H. Pond and Luther P. Eldridge), architects and superintendents, 53½ Chesnut
Pond Charles D., (Clapp & Pond), bds. 27 N. 6th
Pond Charles H., (Pond & Eldridge), r. Ss. Lucas Av. W. of Garrison Av.
Pond Thomas, carpenter, r. 32 Mullanphy
Pons Gustavus, bookkeeper, r. 666 Broadway
Ponte Isadore, shoemaker, r. 46 Lombard
Ponti Henry, lab., r. Ns. al. b. 17th and 18th, Carr and Biddle
Poole Henry, moulder, bds. Ws. al. b. 7th and 8th, O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Poole Silas, physician, bds. 302 Broadway
Poole Solomon (col'd.), riverman, r. Es. al. b. Market and Walnut W. of 7th
Poole William A., shoemaker, bds. Es. 8th b. Franklin Av. and Wash
Pooley Thomas, cook, Merchants' Dining Saloon, r. same
Poor, Lewis, carpenter, r. Closey b. Emmet and Julia
POORMAN HENRY B., box mfr., 203 N. 2d, r. 209 Carr
Poos Philip, shoemaker, bds. 180 S. 2d
Pop Andrew, brewer, r. Ss. Franklin Av. b. 19th and 20th
Pop John, lab., r. Park Av. nr. 7th
POPE CHARLES A., physician, Locust S.W. c. 10th
Pope Christian A., tailor, bds. 212 Market
Pope Douglas A., clk., N.M. R.R., r. 2d c. N. Market
Pope James L., brickmaker, (Pope & Hittinger), r. Ns. Montgomery b. 9th and 10th
Pope Richard E., Rev., r. Ss. Pacific b. Pratte Av. and Summit
Pope Richard, carpenter, bds. 186 Market
Pope Samuel, brickmaker, bds. Ns. Montgomery b. 9th and 10th
Popmire Mathew, shoemaker, r. Linn b. Lafayette and Geyer Av.
Popp Andrew, cigarmaker, bds. St. Louis House
Popp Frank, porter, r. 164 Carr
Popp Frederick, miller, r. Ws. 9th b. Cerre and Gratiot
Popp John G., tailor, 64 Green, r. rear 173 Broadway
Poppe Christian, carpenter,Es. al. b. Mallinckrodt and Destrehan
Poppe William, salesman, C. Beardslee & Bro., 102 N. Main
Porbeck Arnold, cigarmaker, bds. 146 N. 5th
Porcher & Co., (Eugene and Mary), boarding, 10 S. 5th
Porcher Eugene, (Porcher & Co.), r. 10 S. 5th
Porcher Mary, Porcher & Co.), r. 10 S. 5th
Porhauer ___, furrier, r. 68 Carr
Porhein Christopher, bds. 17th b. Cass Av. and Mullanphy
Porhein Louis, teamster, r. 17th b. Cass Av. and Mullanphy
Porkel, Michael, carpenter, bds. 489 Morgan
Porne Christopher, musician, r. 51 Morgan
Porngesser Peter, lab., r. 315 S. 3d
Porpowski Edward, liquor dealer, r. 257 S. 7th
Porrear Catherine, wid., r. 85 Gay
Port Emile, shoemaker, bds. 15 Spruce
Porter David, lab., bds. 351 S. Main
Porter F.C., bds. 302 Broadway
Porter Frank G., physician, 18 St. Charles, r. same
Porter George V., painter, bds. 111 N. 3d
Porter George, bookkeeper, bds. Ss. Chesnut b. 10th and 11th
Porter Germain J., Rev., r. 11th N.W. c. Locust
Porter Henry, sawyer, r. N. 2d b. Bremen Av. and Angelica
Porter Hetty (col'd.), r. Es. Columbus b. Barry and Marion
Porter James, (Porter, White & Co.), r. Ss. Pine b. 16th and 17th
Porter John C., teller, Southern Bank, r. 170 Olive
Porter John, shoemaker, bds. Denison House
Porter Joseph, clk., Mary A. English, bds. Llewellen's
Porter Marvin, (Porter, Low & Co.), bds. 42 St. Charles
Porter Mary A., wid., r. al. b. Franklin Av. and Wash, 7th and 8th
Porter Philip (col'd.), steward, r. Es. Main nr. Mulberry
Porter Richard J., (Porter, Stewart & Scott), r. 175 N. 5th
Porter Robert, nailer, bds. Decatur b. Lafayette and Emmet
Porter Samuel D., (Bigham & Porter), r. Ns. Locust b. 11th and 12th
PORTER, LOW & CO., (Marvin Porter, William Low and William DeWeber), who. grocers and com. mers., 75 N. 2d
PORTER, STEWART & SCOTT, (Richard J. Porter, J. Oscar Stewart and John Scott), salt dealers, 33 N. Levee and 66 Commercial
PORTER, WHITE & CO., (James Porter, Edward C. White Philip Dullard and J. Wilson Worthington), drygoods, 68 N. 4th
Portis Sarah, wid., bds. Ns. Washington Av. b. Garrison Av. and Ewing Av.
Portmann August, tailor, 133 N. 18th
Portner Henry, lab., r. Spruce b. 12th and 13th
Poser Ignatz, stoneyard, 19th b. N. Market and Monroe, r. 11th S.W. c. Biddle
Poser William G., sheetiron worker, r. Ws. 12th b. Jefferson and Madison
Poss Henry, barber, bds. 3 N. 2d
Poss William, livery stable, r. 80 Madison
Possman Louis, mason, bds. Soulard c. Rosatti
Post & Dorion, (Sylvester O. Post and Henry Dorion), dentists, 145 N. 5th
Post Adam, huckster, r. Ws. Marine Av. nr. Marine Hospital
Post Ann, wid. William, r. Ws. 2d b. Mulberry and Lombard
Post Casper, lab., Davis & Co.
Post Edward, coppersmith, bds. 39 Plum
Post Fritz, ropemaker, bds. Ws. 12th nr. Angelrodt
Post J.S. & Co., (Judson S. Post and ___ ___), advertising house, 3 Olive
Post Judson S., (J.S. Post & Co.), r. 166 Locust
POST OFFICE, 3d S.E. c. Olive, John Hogan, P.M.
Post Philip, shoemaker, bds. 180 S. 3d
Post Sylvester O., (Post & Dorion), bds. King's Hotel
Post Truman M., Rev., r. Lucas Av. b. Garrison Av. and Cardinal Av.
Postal Frederick, cook, Philip Roederen, r. 243 S. 2d
Postal George A., bds. King's Hotel
Postal Oscar, steamboat captain, r. 253 Chesnut
Postal William C., captain, r. 19 N. 14th
Poten Augustus H., (Griepenberg & Poten), r. Ws. 10th b. Monroe and N. Market
Pothe Henry, blacksmith, r. Easton nr. Victor
Potoski Peter, peddler, bds. 120 S. 4th
Pottenger John H., physician, 20 N. 5th, bds. Planters' House
POTTER & MERWIN, (W.C. Potter and W.R. Merwin), pat. meds, 61 Market
Potter Ezra A., painter, 44 Washington Av., r. 9 Orange
Potter George W., foreman, Filley & Co., r. 508 Broadway
Potter Henry, clk., D.S. Presson, bds. 250 Wash
Potter Henry, shoemaker, bds. 135 Market
Potter John, plasterer, r. Ns. O'Fallon b. 21st and 22d
Potter Robert, (Coyle & Potter), bds. 6th S.E. c. Washington Av.
Potter W.C., (Potter & Merwin), bds. Everett House
Potter William, trunkmaker, r. rear Ns. O'Fallon b. 21st and 22d
Potterfield Elise, wid. Daniel, r. Es. 11th b. Brooklyn and Webster
Potterfield Ellen V., teacher, r. Es. 11th b. Brooklyn and Webster
Potthoff August, lab., r. Ws. 12th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Potthoff Dierich, blacksmith, bds. Rock Springs
Potthoff Francis J., barber, bds. 453 Market
Potthoff Henry, teamster, r. McNair N.W. c. Victor
Potthoff Peter, stonecutter, r. 211 N. 14th
Potthoff Ulrich, bookkeeper, Block & Evers, 149 N. 3d
Potting William, boots and shoes, 154 N. 8th, r. same
Pottle & Bayley, Moses S. Pottle and Romanzo Bayley), com. butter and cheese, 3 and 4 N. Levee
Pottle Moses L., (Pottle & Bailey [sic]) and pres., Atlantic Ins. Co., bds. Planters' House
Pottle Robert, basketmaker, r. 274 Wash
Pottle William, willowware store, 182 Franklin Av., r. same
Potts Adam, teamster, r. Ss. Montgomery b. 13th and 14th
Potts Robert, joiner, r. 305 N. 8th
Potts William B., cattle dealer, r. 318 Biddle
Poube ___, tailor, bds. 41 S. 3d
Poulnois Margaret, wid. Dominick, bds. Columbus S.E. c. Carroll
Poulter Charles, painter, r. Cass Av. b. 8th and 9th
Poulterer Edwin F., (Wm. Poulterer & Bro.), r. 193 Locust
Poulterer William, (Wm. Poulterer & Bro.), r. 193 Locust
Poulterer Wm. & Bro., (William and Edwin F.), office, room No. 2, Main S.W. c. Pine
Powars John G., bds. Planters' House
Powderly Patrick, lab., r. Es. 9th b. Cass Av. and Mullanphy
Powell Benjamin, bricklayer, bds. 106 Morgan
Powell Chester B., justice of the peace, 238 S. 2d, r. 5th N.E. c. Cerre
Powell David R., (Stillwell, Powell & Co.), r. 82 S. 5th
Powell Frank, striker, r. Ws. 15th b. Cass Av. and O'Fallon
Powell Jacob, clk., r. 107 S. 3d
Powell Jane, wid. Peter, r. 25 N. 11th
Powell John C., bookkeeper, Tatum & Co., r. 299 Chesnut
Powell John, lab., bds. Carondelet Av. nr. Chippewa
Powell John, lab., r. rear 231 N. 14th
Powell Joseph, broker, 54 N. Commercial, r. 208 Locust
Powell Leonard, fireman, Gas Works, r. 327 S. 2d
Powell Mark, shoemaker, bds. 333 Broadway
Powell Richard, ironmelter, r. 3 N. 2d opp. N.M. R.R. track
Powell Robert W., pres., Laclede M. F. & M. Ins. Co., r. Locust S.W. c. Beaumont Av.
Powell Weaver, saddletree maker, bds. Ws. 9th b. N. Market and Monroe
Powell William, steward, r. Ss. Madison b. 10th and 11th
POWELL WILLIS J., (J.B. Valle & Co.), r. 256 Pine
Power Charles, scavenger, r. rear 33 Myrtle
Power Charles, shoemaker, rooms 233 S. 4th
Power Charles, tailor, r. rear 246 S. 5th
Power Frank, lab., r. 8th N.W. c. Park Av.
Power Geoffrey, lab., r. 18th b. Davis and Cass Av.
Power George, wagonmaker, r. 7th nr. Gates
Power John, lab., bds. 107 Spruce
Power Martin E., grocer, 25 N. Levee, r. Rosatti nr. Marion
Power Maurice, lab., r. Es. 13th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Power Michael, lab., r. 17th Cass Av. and Mullanphy
Power Morris, lab., r. rear 231 N. 14th
Power Philip A., bookkeeper, Martin E. Power, r. Rosatti nr. Marion
Power Thomas, clk., Martin E. Power, r. Rosatti nr. Marion
Power Timothy, lab., r. al. b. Main and 2d nr. Myrtle
Power William J., oyster stand, Broadway S.E. c. Morgan, r. 78 Green
Power William, drayman, Porter, Stewart & Scott, r. Collins nr. Cherry
Powers ___, carpenter, bds. 22 N. 12th
Powers ___, lab., bds. 50 Carr
Powers Ann, wid. Michael, r. Carr S.E. c. 10th
Powers Anthony, marble cutter, r. Es. 15th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Powers Bridget C., wid. James, r. 124 N. 8th
Powers Daniel, bricklayer, bds. 33 Biddle
Powers David, bds. 1140 Broadway
Powers Edward G., clk., John Merrick
Powers Edward, bricklayer, bds. 33 Biddle 
Powers Edward, lab., r. 446 N. Main
Powers Francis, foreman, 904 Broadway
Powers James, beer saloon, 115 Green, r. same
Powers James, carpenter, bds. 352 Broadway
Powers James, lab., r. 321 S. 2d
Powers James, lab., r. Ns. al. b. 15th and 16th, Carr and Biddle
Powers John, carpenter, r. 12th b. Cass Av. and O'Fallon
Powers John, contractor, r. 21st b. N. Green and Warren
Powers John, lab., r. Mullanphy c. 9th
Powers John, lab., r. rear 190 N. 11th
Powers John, machinist, bds. Main S.W. c. Columbia
Powers John, plasterer, bds. 31 N. 12th
Powers John, teamster, Ws. Webster b. Crittenden and Arsenal, bds. same
Powers John, waiter, Planters' House
Powers John, watchman, reservoir, r. Ns. 20th nr. Jefferson
Powers Lorenzo, clk., bds. Burnett House
Powers Martin, grocer, r. Ws. Rosatti nr. Park Av.
Powers Michael F., pork inspector, r. al. b. Main and 2d nr. Myrtle
Powers Michael, lab., r. 418 N. Main
Powers Michael, lab., r. 6 Florida
Powers Michael, lab., r. Park Av. S.W. c. Compton Av.
Powers Morris, lab., r. al. b. 13th and 14th S. of Cass Av.
Powers Nelson H., com. mer., 56 Commercial, r. 145 Olive
Powers Nicholas, lab., bds. 18th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Powers Nicholas, lab., bds. Wash S.E. c. 13th
Powers Patrick, clk., bds. 237 N. 9th
Powers Patrick, lab., bds. 21st b. N. Green and Warren
Powers Patrick, lab., bds. 50 Carr
Powers Patrick, lab., r. rear Ss. Cass Av. b. 22d and 23d
Powers Peter, ship carpenter, r. 141 Orange
Powers William, boatman, r. 65 Biddle
Powers William, carpenter, r. 456 Morgan
Powers William, grocer, 237 N. 9th, r. same
Powers William, lab., r. Es. 11th b. Clark Av. and Market
Powers William, lab., r. Es. 14th nr. Howard
Powlhans Philip, watchmaker, r. 235 N. 13th
Poyburn Christopher, lab., r. 177 N. 7th
Pozzoni Joseph A., (Pignero & Pozzoni), r. 145 Washington Av.
Prack Andrew, bootmaker, r. Laclede Av. b. Pratte Av. and Beaumont Av.
Prack Peter, tinner, bds. Ss. Wash b. 9th and 10th
Pradler Charles, papercarrier, r. Es. Menard nr. Park Av.
Prady Margaret, grocer, 112 N. 6th, r. 124 N. 6th
Prall William A., printer, bds. 138 Broadway
PRANGE & BRO. (Frederick W. and Caspar H.), furniture mfrs., Es. Bellefontaine Rd. b. Angelrodt and Destrehan
Prange Caspar H., (Prange & Bro.), r. Es. Bellefontaine Rd. b. Angelrodt and Destrehan
Prange Franz, watchman, r. rear Ss. Barton b. 15th and 16th
Prange Frederick W., (Prange & Bro.), r. Es. Bellefontaine Rd. b. Angelrodt and Destrehan
Pranger Benjamin, cooper, r. rear Ss. Russell Av. b. 11th and 12th
Pranger John B., cooper, r. Ss. Geyer Av. nr. Menard
Pranger John, dairyman, r. Buena Vista, S.E. c. Gravois Rd.
Pranit Joseph, peddler, bds. 254 Market
Prantmeyer George, carpenter, r. Ws. al. b. Carondelet Av. and 7th nr. Marion
Prantte Frederick, lab., r. Es. al. b. Jackson and Columbus nr. Carroll
Pranzler William, saloon, 80 Franklin Av., r. same
Prasch Nicholas, fireman, King's Hotel
Prather John G., (Daniel G. Taylor & Co.), r. 36 S. 14th
Prather Lloyd, carpenter, r. rear 157 S. 7th
Pratt Charles W., salesman, 107 N. 4th, r. same
Pratt Elijah, pilot, r. 90 Morgan
Pratt Elon G., (Child, Pratt & Fox), r. Hazelwood Farm
Pratt George, clk., r. 161 Green
Pratt Henry R., engineer, r. 291 N. 8th
Pratt John A., clk., r. 49 Christy Av.
Pratt Lucinda, wid. Frank, r. 159 N. 8th
Pratt Nahum, policeman, r. 280 Morgan
Pratt Ralph T., tinner, Es. Main b. Washington Av. and Vine, r. 157 N. 5th
Pratt Richard, deck hand, r. Marine Hospital
Pratt Thomas, St. Louis Gas Works, r. Ss. Convent b. Main and 2d
Pratt William B., clk., David Pearce, bds. 54 Market
Pratte Bernard, jr, lawyer, 34 Chesnut
Pratte Bernard, r. 150 Locust
Pratto Catherine, wid. John, saloon, Morgan S.W. c. 5th
Pratviel Louis, drawing teacher, 148 Chesnut, r. same
Pravost Catharine, wid. Peter, r. rear 213 S. 3d
Preas Augustus, peddler, r. rear 104 N. 14th
Precher Michael, clk., r. 245 Broadway
Prechnitz George, clk., r. 77 Carondelet Av.
Preckle Henry, porter, Berthold, Rozier & Co., r. Haren b. 11th and 12th
Predmore Lewis, carpenter, bds. Biddle House
Pree Francis H., foreman, Lewis, Perry & Co., r. 615 Morgan
Pree Henry, tobacconist, bds. al. b. Biddle and O'Fallon, 10th and 11th
Pree Herman H., tobacconist, r. 12th b. O'Fallon and Cass Av.
Pree John, pipeman, bds. 23d S.E. c. Franklin Av.
Pree Joseph, porter, Lockwood, Pearson & Co., 12th S.W. c. Carr
Pree Maria K., wid. Hermann, r. al. b. Biddle and O'Fallon, 10th and 11th
Preetorius E. & Co., (Emil Preetorius and William Preetorius), leather store, 26 N. Main
Preetorius Emil, (E. Preetorius & Co.), r. 85 2d
Preetorius William, (E. Preetorius & Co.), r. 47 Walnut
Preis Caspar, boxmaker, r. 195 N. 13th
Preis Ferdinand, saddlemaker, r. Ss. Benton b. 12th and 13th
Preisele ___, teacher, r. Franklin Av. b. Beaumont Av. and Leffingwell Av.
Preisele Frank P., bookkeeper, Stock & Pfeiffer, r. 21 S. 3d
Preiser George, stovemounter, r. Lafayette nr. DeKalb
Prelt William, shoemaker, r. Ws. al. b. Jackson and Columbus nr. Miller
Premutta Matthias, groceries and liquors, 212 S. 2d, r. same
Prendergast Patrick, bds. 164 Morgan
Prendergast Richard D., painter, r. 41 Orange
Prendergast Thomas, riverman, bds. 181 N. 4th
Prengel Michael, teamster, bds. 13th N.E. c. Market
Prentice C.A., bds. 106 N. 4th
Prentice William H., bookkeeper, George B. Michael, rooms 67 Washington Av.
PRENZLER FR. WILLIAM, saloon, 80 Franklin Av. 
PRESBURY'S COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR, (Taylor, Allen & Co., publishers), 89 N. Main
PRESCOTT DAVIS R., fwd. and com., 1 Levee, r. Ns. Poplar b. 13th and 14th
Prescott House, (Scanlan & Getz, props.), Market S.W. c. 6th
Prescott John, carpenter, r. rear 441 Broadway
Presen Jacob, lab., bds. 1151 Broadway
Presley Athey, R.R. conductor, r. Laclede Av. S.W. c. Pratt Av.
Presley Julia, wid. Bartholomew, r. 74 N. 3d
Presmeyer Charles, willow worker, bds. O'Fallon c. 11th
Presmeyer Gottlieb, bricklayer, r. O'Fallon N.E. c. 11th
Presse Henry, teamster, r. Ws. 14th nr. Madison
Presser Leopold, clk., Baker, Mills & Co., r. 316 N. 6th
Presson David I., fish dealer, 118 N. 2d, bds. 250 Wash
Prester Conrad, cooper, r. Closey b. Emmet and Lafayette
Preston Daniel H., furniture dealer, 140 N. 6th, r. same
Preston Daniel, lottery office, Market S.W. c. 3d, r. 85 Myrtle
Preston Hannah (col'd.), washwoman, r. Ns. al. b. Market and Walnut W. of 9th
PRESTON HENRY M., axe handle mfr., Broadway N.E. c. O'Fallon, bds. Virginia Hotel
Preston James, plasterer, bds. 78 N. Market
Preusser Christian, wid. Frederick, r. rear 316 S. 3d
Preusser George, moulder, r. Ss. Lafayette b. Jackson and Columbus
Preusser John F., saddler, r. Ns. Emmet b. Jackson and Columbus
Preussiger Robert, blacksmith, bds. Lafayette b. Carondelet Av. and Jackson
Preussner Frederick, lab., r. 11th b. Jefferson and Madison
Preve Hermann, lab., r. 160 O'Fallon
Prevoster J., blacksmith, Kingslands & Furguson
Prevot Louis, cook, Louisiana Hotel, bds. same
Pribin John, tailor, r. Ws. Menard nr. Park Av.
Price Charles, lab., r. Spruce b. 12th and 13th
Price Conrad, cooper, r. Biddle N.W. c. 12th
Price Enoch, steamboatman, r. 47 N. 6th
Price Ferdinand, saddletree maker, r. Ws. 18th b. Mallinckrodt and Davis
Price Francis, teamster, r. 189 N. 14th
Price Franklin, produce mer., 18 N. 2d, r. 183 N. 8th
Price Henry, packer, r. 8th S.W. c. Rutgers
Price Henry, plumber, E. 137 6th
Price James G., pilot, r. Ws. 10th b. Monroe and N. Market
Price James S., tobacconist, r. 337 N. 11th
Price Jeremiah, clk., Charles Mallet, r. Dodier c. 16th
Price Jesse, tobacconist, 198 N. 5th
PRICE JOHN A., cashier and bookkeeper, Republican office, r. Taylor Av. b. Olive St. plank Rd. and St. Charles Rd.
Price John S., glassblower, bds. Ns. Lafayette b. Carondelet Av. and Jackson
Price John, riverman, 189 N. 14th
Price Joseph, lab., r. 2d S.E. c. Cedar
Price Joseph, treas., St. L. A. & C. R.R., r. at Chicago
Price Julia, boarding, 148 N. 6th, r. same
Price Julius, blacksmith, r. Menard b. Emmet and Geyer Av.
Price Kennedy, lawyer, bds. 6 N. 6th
Price Magor, tobacconist, 198 N. 5th
Price Mary H.P., r. Es. al. b. Franklin Av. and Wash
Price Michael, painter, E. Salisbury b. 11th and 12th
Price Nathaniel L., boots and shoes, 95 Washington Av.
Price Peter, riverman, bds. Es. al. b. 8th and 9th, Biddle and O'Fallon
Price Robert, tobacconist, bds. 133 N. 5th
Price Samuel, carpenter, bds. Burnett House
Price Thomas B., clk., Land Office, bds. 6 N. 6th
Price William M., painter and baker, 130 N. 9th, r. same
Price William M., tobacco mfr., 25 Washington Av. and 198 N. 5th, r. 292 Olive
Price William R., bookkeeper, Durkee & Bullock, bds. Ss. St. Charles b. 9th and 10th
Price William W., bookkeeper Wm. Dean & Co., r. 42 S. 15th
Price William, bds. 47 S. 4th
Price William, boat steward, r. 131 Morgan
Prichard George B., engineer, City Waterworks, r. Ss. Biddle b. 23d and 24th
Prichard James, clk., Lumberman's and Mechanic's Ins. Co., bds. Ns. Choteau Av. b. 12th and 13th
Prichard Walter, clk., r. Ns. al. b. 14th and 15th, Wash and Franklin Av.
Pridham Lawrence S., clk., S.V. Jordan. R Es. al. b. 13th and 14th, O'Fallon and Biddle
Pries Frederick, lab., bds. Ss. Franklin Av. b. 20th and 21st
Priesley John, polisher, bds. 700 Broadway
Priesmeier August, grocer, bds. 113 N. 18th
Priesmeier William, butcher, r. 6 Mile House
Priesmeyer Augustus, boots and shoes, 45 Morgan, r. 51 Franklin Av.
Priesmeyer Gottlieb, groceries and provisions, 11th N.E. c. O'Fallon, bds. same
Priesmeyer Henry F., grocer and boarding, S.E. c. Wash and 13th, r. same
Priesmeyer William, bricklayer, r. O'Fallon N.W. c. 11th
Priessingar Leonard, wagonmaker, r. 402 N. 9th
Priest Frederick, bds. Franklin Av. b. 21st and 22d
Priest John G., (Belt & Priest), r. Barlow N.W. c. Choteau Av.
Priest Josiah E., machinist, Ladew, Peers & Co., r. country
Prietto Antonio, watchman, r. Ns. Emmet b. Jackson and Columbus
Prietzel Moritz, shoemaker, r. 412 S. 3d
Prifer Charles, saddler, r. 78 S. 2d
Prigge Henry, teamster, bds. 457 Broadway
Prigged Friedrich, lab., bds. Bergesch cave
Primble Daniel, blacksmith, bds. 43 Gay
Primeau Charles, (P. Pasquier & Co.), r. Nebraska Territory
Primeau Joseph L., clk., 240 Broadway
Primeau Louis, r. 34 Lebeaume
Primer Charles, clk., r. Ss. Hickory b. 5th and 6th
Primm Charles, lawyer, 53½ Chesnut, r. 36 Elm
Primm Wilson, lawyer, 53½ Chesnut, r. 36 Carondelet
Primrose John, bricklayer, r. Ss. Davis b. 22d and 23d
Primrose Thomas, bds. Planters' House
Prince Giles (col'd.), drayman, McKay & Hood, r. Pine N.E. c. 28th
Prince John B., tinner, r. al. b. Mulberry and Cedar
Prince Theresa (col'd.), wid. Benjamin, r. Es. al. b. Jackson and Columbus nr. Carroll
Prince William, lab., bds. 361 Franklin Av.
Pringle Hamilton, lab., r. al. b. Biddle and O'Fallon, 7th and 8th
Prisner M., artist, bds. 37 and 39 Walnut
Pritchard Charles G. (col'd.), hairdresser, 33 Green, r. same
Pritchard Edward T., salesman, Joseph E. Elder & Co., bds. Everett House
Pritchard John B., stonecutter, r. 41 Gay
Pritchard John N., sec., Lumberman's and Mechanic's Ins. Co., bds. Ns. Choteau Av. b. 12th and 13th
Pritchard Walter, clk., Ubsdell, Peirson & Co., r. al. b. 14th and 15th, Franklin Av. and Wash
Pritchard Willis R., supt., waterworks, r. 95 N. 10th
Pritchartt William H., sec., Phoenix Ins. Co., r. 223 Chesnut
Pritty Francis, plasterer, bds. Ss. Gratiot b. Barlow and Catalpa
Probat William, lab., r. Ws. 9th b. Biddle and O'Fallon
Probate Court, Court House
Probst Edward, clk., Barnard & Co.
Probst Elizabeth, wid. William, r. 98 S. 14th
Probst William, lab., r. Es. al. b. 9th and 10th, Biddle and O'Fallon
Probst William, porter, bds. 98 S. 14th
Probst William, saddler, r. Ws. 3d b. Rutgers and Convent
Prochaska Joseph, printer, bds. Soulard S.E. c. Buel
Procter William, veterinary surgeon, 89 N. 10th, r. same
Proctor Alexander, Rev., bds. Virginia Hotel
Proctor Charles E., carpenter, bds. 76 N. 16th
Proft Stephen, porter, 306 Broadway
Propper Henry, finisher, J.T. Dowdall & Co.
Propst August, carpenter, r. Ss. Geyer Av. nr. Buel
Prosch Franklin, musician, r. 184 Wash
Proser John, carpenter, Ns. Lafayette b. Menard and Buel
Prosso John, plasterer, bds. 78 N. Market
Prost Jacob, boatman, bds. Mallinckrodt c. Bellefontaine Rd.
PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM, 7th b. Franklin Av. and Morgan
Protzmann William, shoemaker, r. 632 Broadway
Prouhet & Witt, (Hyppolet Prouhet and Thomas D. Witt), watchmakers, jewelers and photographic stock, 132 N. Main
Prouhet Hyppolet, (Prouhet & Witt), r. Ss. Marion b. Carondelet Av. and Jackson
Proupst William, saddler, bds. rear 316 S. 3d
Prout Hiram A., physician, 147 Chesnut, r. same
Prout Jonathan S., physician, 2 S. 14th, r. same
Provancher Damascus, clk., bds. 26 Walnut
Provencha D., salesman, W.F. Enders & Co., bds. Ns. Walnut b. 3d and 4th
Provenchere Ferdinand, r. Ws. 2d b. Convent and Hazel
Provenchere Mary J., wid. Peter, Ws. 2d b. Convent and Hazel
PROVIDENCE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Broadway nr. O'Fallon
Provines Alexander B., clk., John Garnett & Co., r. 14 St. Charles
Provot Mary R., wid. Etienne, r. 2d S.W. c. Lombard
Pruefer John, tailor, r. al. b. main and 2d nr. Elm
Pruesser Frederick, saddler, r. Ns. Emmet b. Jackson and Columbus
Pruett James L., broker, 66 N. 4th, r. 39 N. 11th
Prullo Joseph, beer saloon, r. Es. Rosatti b. Marion and Park Av.
Prusback John, r. Es. DeKalb b. Lafayette and L'esperance
Prusner Frederick, lab., r. rear Es. 14th b. Chambers and Madison
Prusner Frederick, lab., r. Ws. 12th nr. Jefferson
Pryor & Pulsifer, (Gilbert Pryor and William H. Pulsifer), com. mers., 7 S. Commercial
Pryor Gilbert, (Pryor & Pulsifer), r. 271 Olive
Pryor Hiram A., clk., Nanson, Dameron & Co., bds. 191 Locust
Puding Frederick, teamster, r. Ws. Columbus nr. Soulard
Pudingter Albert, blacksmith, bds. Ns. Choteau Av. S. of Pratte Av.
Pudingter Martin, blacksmith, Ns. Choteau Av. S. of Pratte Av., r. rear same
Puellmann Ferdinand, turner, r. Ws. 12th b. Spring and Wright
Pueshse Ernst C., lab., r. natural Bridge plank Rd. nr. Salisbury
Puff John, cooper, Ann Av. b. Carondelet Av. and S. 7th, r. Es. Carondelet Av. b. Ann Av. and Arrow
Puggi Frederick, engineer, r. rear 191 S. 4th
Pugh Charles, (Shepherd & Pugh), bds. 27 N. 6th
Pugh Henry, bricklayer, bds. 31 N. 16th
Puhl Nicholas, carpenter, Es. 13th nr. Carroll, r. same
Pulan George, lab., r. Ss. Benton b. 12th and 13th
Pulan Henry, teamster, , r. Ss. Benton b. 12th and 13th
Pulan Ilse Mary, wid. George, r. Ss. Benton b. 12th and 13th
Puley E., T.H., A. & St. Louis R.R., bds. Monroe House
Pullan Romulus T., private watchman, r. al. b. main and 2d nr. Lombard
Pullen Rebecca, wid. James, r. 163 Washington Av.
PULLIS C. & T.R. & BRO., (Christian, Thomas R. and John), Iron Works and Foundry,  8th S.E. c. Hickory, warerooms 23 N. 3d
Pullis Christian, (C. & T.R. Pullis & Bro.), r. Ss. Hickory opp Ham
Pullis John, (C. & T.R. Pullis & Bro.), r. Ss. Hickory W. of Ham
Pullis Thomas R., (C. & T.R. Pullis & Bro.), r. Ss. Hickory W. of Ham
Puls Conrad, cigars and tobacco, 71 Carr, r. same
Puls Edward H., lab., r. al. rear Wash b. 16th and 17th
Puls Peter, bds. al. b. 16th and 17th nr. Wash
Pulsifer William H., (Pryor & Pulsifer), r. 261 Olive
Pulte Charles, clk., Bell, Tilden & Co., r. Ws. Decatur b. Marion and Carroll
Pulte Gustavus E., clk., Alexander Leitch & Co., bds. 185 Pine
Pumer Frederick, carpenter, bds. 252 S. 6th
Purcell James, lab., r. 13th b. Branch and Davis
Purcell James, lab., r. Spruce b. 12th and 13th
Purcell James, printer, r. 201 Green
Purcell John, lab., bds. Spruce b. 12th and 13th
Purcell Julia, wid. William, r. 160 N. 10th
Purcell Michael, lab., 229 N. 9th
Purcell Michael, lab., bds. 17th S.W. c. Angelica
Purcell Patrick, lab., 16 Wright
Purcell Patrick, watchman, r. 6 Wright
Purcell Thomas, carpenter, bds. 335 Broadway
Purcell William, carpenter, bds. 335 Broadway
Purdy Charlotte J., wid. James J., r. 6 Cerre
Purdy David, blacksmith,r. 39 Center
Purdy Edward, tinner, r. Ss. Cerre b. 4th and 5th
Purdy George W., clk., r. 6 Cerre
Purdy Herbert G., actor, St. Louis Theater, bds106 N. 4th
Purdy James S., carpenter, bds. 6 Cerre
Purkett Caleb S., physician, r. 47 Center
Purnch Charles, clk., Samuel Jacks, bds. Es. 5th b. Carr and Wash
Purnell George W., bookkeeper, Republican office, r. 131 Olive
Purnelle C.N., Mrs., midwife, r. Cabanne Av. c. Manchester Rd.
Purnelle Charles N., ropemaker, r. Cabanne Av. c. Manchester Rd.
Purnhagen Matthew, carpenter, r. Ns. Allen Av. nr. Rosatti
Purrenbage John A., lab., r. 33 Gay
Pursel Mary, wid. James, r. 518 N. Main
Pursell Patrick, lab., r. Ns. Franklin Av. b. 20th and 21st
Purtell Edward, shoemaker, r. al. b. 11th and 12th, Morgan and Franklin Av.
Purvis Adam, r. 25 N. 14th
Purvis George G., r. 25 N. 14th
Purvis J.R. & Co., (John R Purvis and Charles C. Davenport), butter dealers, Commercial S.W. c. Market
Purvis John R., (J.R. Purvis & Co.), r. 25 N. 14th
Purvis Joseph, marblecutter, r. 49 Wash
Pussmueller August, porter, r. 132 N. 9th
Puster Jacob, lab., bds. 179 N. 11th
Puthoff Ferdinand, clk., J.A. Dittrick & Co., bds. 228 N. 7th
Puthoff Henry, clk., J.A. Dittrick & Co., bds. 228 N. 7th
Putnam Charles O., carpenter, r. al. b. 13th and 14th, O'Fallon and Biddle
Putnam William, druggist, r. 183 Franklin Av.
Putney George S., mate, r. Es. 18th b. Franklin Av. and Wash
Putney Stephen M., ship carpenter, r. 157 Carr
Puts Peter, cooper, r. 2d carpenter nr. Arsenal
Putt Lewis, painter, bds. 30 Morgan
Putthoff Bernard, mechanic, bds. 192 S. 4th
Putz Joseph M.B., clk., M. Diefenbagh & Co., r. 35 N. 12th
Pybus Jeffrey H., salesman, C.B. Hubbell, Jr., & Co., bds. 136 N. 14th
Pye Michael, porter, George D. English & Co., r. 224 S. 3d
Pyer John, boarding and saloon, 83 S. 2d
Pyke David j., salesman, H. Cohen, r. 193 N. 5th
Pynchon John P., (King, Pynchon & Co.)
Pyne David B., printer, bds. Revere House
Pyneman John, r. 139 N. 11th




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