The consciousness of having touched up the 'Frisco men seemed to have a salutary influence on Mr. McMurtrie's play.
Here I had a good meal for a dollar—the first since leaving 'Frisco.
On April 30, one week after leaving Frisco, things looked worse than ever, and we were still sick.
She was a grain ship from 'Frisco, and grain ships are full of rats.
I would advise you, however, continued the captain, to go ashore at the first American port instead of going to Frisco.
Come up this mornin' from 'Frisco—Be'n a-saltin' my specie-stacks down.
He said he would take her to Sacramento and 'Frisco and buy her everything any girl could desire.
There is no need for us to describe the mansion of a Frisco nabob.
The Frisco kid merely presented the mien of a stoic to the appeal of Benson, and in silence dragged away at one of his arms.
And a little while ago she quit Quien Sabe and hiked out to 'Frisco.
colloquial shortening of San Francisco, California, U.S., attested by 1856.
San Francisco, California: Ever been to Frisco? (1854+)