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917,7366 

C357 

1880-84 



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CHAMPAIGN ^ URBANA 



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DIRECTORY. 



i 383-1884, 



C. J. ^^ABlN, 

PI? V LEU IX ALL, 5'I^ t' OV 

Farm Machinery, 

Nichols, Shepard k Co.s' 

ENGINES AND VIBRATORS, 

S0HUTTLER WAGONS, ^ 

Lehigh pr\id DuQiioin Coal, 



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LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN 



917.7366 

C357 
1883-84 

ILLMfOI9 HISTOniCAJj 8UB ''ET 





MAGUIRE BROS., 

PAI NTERS 

Shop west side Market 3 doors west of Green Street. 

We make a specialty of House and Sign Paint- 
ing, Decorating, Paper lianging and Kalso- 
niining-. Also paint Buggies, Carriages and 
Wagons. 

THE BEST OF WORK DONE, 

AT REASONABLE PRICES. 
Onlers solicited. Are open for bids for work in any part of the county. Address 

•■ MAGUIRE BROTHERS, 

POST OFFICE BOX .52.5, URBANA, ILLINOIS. 

Dry Goods and Carpet 

STORE 112 eBETRAL ILLII20IS, 

Eichberg Bros' New York Store 

^jo. 30 and 32 Main street, Ciiampaign, Illinois. Yon will alwaj^s find our prices 
the lowest and stock the largest and our styles the latest and hest. 

STRICTLY ONE PRieB-:ir^0ASH 0I2LY, 

All orders entrusted to our care will receive prompt and careful attention. 

EICHBERG BROTHERS. 



M. LOWENSTEEN, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

DRY GOODS, 

CARPETS, CLOTHING, 







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HATS,CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES 



Nos. 38 & 40 MAIN STREET, 




CHAMPAIGN AND URBANA 

DIRECTORY. 



-^isriD 



Gazetteer of Champaign County 

1883-84. 



D. MCKENZIE. 



CHAMPAIGN, ILL.: 

SIGNAL PRINTING COMPANY. 

1883. 



(i;i:\i:KAL ix»b:x. 



Abbreviations ?i9, 

Appendix l;jO. 

Champaign City Government 27 

Champaign Street Directory 2S, 'M, 25. 

Cliumpaigii Directory ']'). 

Committees (Champaign) tiS. 

Champai.'^n County Gazetteer 131. 

County Government 151. 

Educational (Champaign) '. i;jU. 

Educational (Urbana) 14(5. 

Military 141. 

Railroads (("hampaign) 141. 

Railroads (Urbana) VtU. 

Reli'jious (Champaign) 140. 

Religious (Urbana) 149. 

bei ret Societies (Clianipaign) 137. 

Secret Societies (Url)ana) 143. 

Supervisors Champaign County 152. 

Urbana Street Directory 87, 88, 

Urbana City Government 89, 

Ward Boundaries Champaign 26. 

Ward Boundaries Urbana 90. 

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Arnold I. B. Back Cover. 

Besore Bros Back Faster. 

Carter M. V. B 105. 

Champaign Business College 70. 

Dallenbach Samuel Front Paster. 

Dallenbach Geo. A (A. 

Eubeling Fred E 159, 

Eicliherg Bro.s Opp. Front Page, 

Fancy Bazaar— Bills & Lindley mi. 

Gazette 47. 

Haley Dr. H. A 52 

Herald 114. 

Hunt Jo. E 111. 

Joseph Schlitz— Brewing Company 35. 

Kent Thomas 54 

Lowenstern M 22. 

Lux H. F 45. 

Lapham M. E 59. 

Maguire Bros t)pp. First Page. 

Manspeaker L. V 43. 

M< irrissey Thomas 60. 

Riley Uzias 112. 

Romine Dr. S. A 107. 

Sabin C. J Front Cover. 

Star Laundry 56. 

Stolty H. D 58. 

Siegel Tho 66. 

S<!Oggins H L 112. 

Signal 136. 

Sch weizer & Woody 160. 

Union Park and Crystal Lake 110. 

Walker & Mulliken 79. 

Wagner Louis 116. 



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cha:n[paig^' steeet directory 




STREETS RFXXIXG NORTH AN^D SOITII BEGIXXIXG 
AT THE EAST. 



AVriglit. S e I C R R. ti' >in n to s limits and dividing line of two 

towns. 
Sixth. 7 e I C R R. from n to s limits. 
Filtli. 6 e I C R R. from n to s limits. 
Foiiitli, 5 e I C R R. from n to s limits. 
Tliird, 4 e I C R R, from Washington s to limits. 
Second, 8 e I C R R, trom AVjisliington s to limits. 
First, 2 e I C R R. from 'N^' ashington s to limits, 
Oiik. 1 e I C R R. from n to s. 
Poplar, 3 L' I C" R R. from AVashington n to limits. 
Abater, 2 e I C R R, bet Third South and First. 
Locust, 1 e Oak. from Springfield av s to limits. 
Chestnut, 1 w I C R R, from n to s limits. 
]\[arket, 2 w I C R R, from Main s to Springfield av. 
Walnut, 1 e Xeil. from Second South, n to limits, 
!Mt Hope av, 5 e I C R R, continuation of F«»urtli, s to limits. 
Mulberry, 1 e Xeil, from n to limits. 
Fremont, '1 e Xeil, bet ^fain and Xorth. 
Hickory, commencing 1 e Xeil, from Main n to AVashington. 
Xeil, from n to s limits. 
Randoljdi, 1 w Xeil, n and s to limits. 
State. '1 w Xeil, Irom Ma])le s to limits. 
Prairie, 3 w Xeil. from Maple s to limits, 
E!m, 4 AV Xeil, from Vine s to limits. 
Lynn, h w Xeil, from Vine s to limits. 
Xew, 6 w Xeil, from Church s to S] iriuo;field av. 
Prospect av, 7 w X'eil, from S]M"ingfield av n to limits. 



STREETS RUNNING EAST ^VND WEST BEGINNING AT 
THE NORTH, ON EAST SIDE. 



Grc)\e, bet Fourth and AVriglit. 

Cliampaign, bet Fourtli and AVriglit. 

Dublin, bet Fourth and Wright. 

Beslin, bet Fourth and Wriijht. 

Indiana av, bet n Oak and Fourtli. 

E Washington, bet First and Fourth. 

E Hill, bet First and AV right. 

E Church, 1 n ^Main, from I C R R e to limits. 

E Park, 1 s ('hurch, e to limits. 

E Main., from I C R R to First. 

l^niversity av, from e to w limits. 

E Clark, I s University av, bet First and Wright. 

E White. 2 s University av, bet First and Wright. 

Stoughton av, 3 s University av, bet First and Wright. 

Springfield av, e to w limits. 

Ilealey av, 1 s S])ringiield av, bet I C R R and Wright. 

Green, 2 s Si)ringtield av, bet I C R R and Wright. 

John, 3 s Sju-ingtield av, bet I C R R and AVriglit. 

Daniel, 4 s Springfield av,bet I C R R and Wnght. 

Chalmers, 5 s S])ringtield av, bet I C R R and Wright. 



WEST SIDE BEGINNING AT THE NORTH. 



Ma])le, 5 n Cliiircli, bet Prairie and Neil. 

Vine, 4 n Chnrcli, bet Lynn and Neil. 

Columbia av, 3 n Clinrch, from Neil w to limits. 

W Washington,, 2 n Church, bet L.ynn and Neil. 

W Hill, 1 n Church, bet Lynn and Neil. 

W Church, continuation of Main from Neil w to limits. 

Park, 1 s Church, bet Prospect av and Neil. 

Uni\'ersit_y av, from w to e limits. 

W Clark, 1 s ITniversity av, bet New and Neil. 

W White, 2 s University av, bet Neil and Prospect av. 

Union, 3 s University av, bet Lynn and Elm. 

Springiield av, from w to e limits. 

Thomas av, 1 s Springfield av, bet Neil and New. 

Union av, 2 s Springiield av, bet Prairie and New. 

Williams, 3 s Springfield av, bet Prairie and Randolph. 

Main, main business street, from Neil s e to First. 

North, 1 n main, bet I C R R and Neil. 

Kentucky av, 2 n Main, from Neil e to Fourth. 

Bloomington, 3 n Main. 

Taylor, 1 s Main, bet Neil and Market. 

First South, 2 s Main, bet Neil and First. 

Second South, "B s Main, bet Neil and First. 

Third South, 4 s Main, bet Neil and First. 

Charles 4 s Springfield av, bet Neil and Prairie. 



WAED BOUNDARIES. 



The t'ollowiiii!; oiHlinaiico (k'tiiiini; the Ward P>()nn(larios, was 
])assc'(l and a])]»i'<)ved l>y the city eoiiiicil, ^lay Jllh, 18S3. 

Skc. 1. J>e it onhiined by the city council of tlie city of 
Clianipaign, tliat tlie said city be and is liereby divided into live 
wards, and bounded as folh»ws: 

Skc. 2. That tlie First ward of said city shall consist of and 
include so much and such ])art of the territory of said city lying 
west of the eastern boundary of said city, as follows: commenc- 
ing at the junction of the eastern and southern limits of said city, 
thence west along said south line to a point on a line with the cen- 
ter ot Fifth street, thence north on said line to the center of Fni. 
versity avenue, thence west ah;ng the center ot University avenue 
to the center ot Third street, thence north on the center of Third 
street and (»n a line, continiiing thereon to the north line of said 
city, thence east on said north line to the eastern limits of said 
city, thence south on said east line to the ))lace of beginning. 

Skc. 8. That the Second wai'd of said city shall com])rise 
and include so much and such pai-t of the territory within the 
limits ot said city as lies west of the First ward described in sec- 
tion two of this ordiiumce to the centei- of the main track of the 
Illinois Central railroad. 

Sec. 4. The Third ward shall com])i'ise and include so 
much an<l such ]»art of the territoi-y within the limits of said 
city as lies M'est of the center of the main track of the Illinois 
Central railroad to and including the east line of Randolph stivet 
and on a line contimiing thereon to the city limits on tlie north, 
and to the city limits on the south. 

Sec. 5. The Fourth ward shall comprises an<< include so 
mndi and such ])art ot the territory within the limits of said city 
as lies west of the western line ot said Third ward, as desci'ibed 
in section four heivof, to the center of Lynn strei't, and on a line 
Continuing thereon to the city limits on the north and to the city 
limits on the south. 

Sec. ('». The Fifth ward shall comju-isc and include so much 
and such part of the territory within the limits of said city as lies 
west of the westerly line of said Fourth ward, as described in the 
j)recedigg section, to and including the western limits of said cit^'. 



CHAMP AIG]^ CITY GOYEEI^MEKT. 



WiLLiA^i A. Day, IVfavor. 

E. A. Kratz, (Jlerk. 

E. L. Sweet, Attorney. 

J. R. Tkevett, Treasui-er. 

Sajmuel Mc Faddex, Marshal. 

C. E. Hanfoed, Street Superintendent. 

L. W. Fauliv^ek, Fire ]\rarslial. 

Fred. Bassett Asst. '' " 

E. R. Ayres, Engineer Steam Engine. 



alder:mex. 



-r^. ^ ^T^ 1 \ J. X. Petrie. 

Second AA ard j g j,_ Wj^^j,^^ 

rm • 1 ITT ^ J. W. SpALDIXG. 

Tl»'-t^ ^^ ^''^^ \ 11. C. Howard. 

T. ^1 .TT 1 ( J- R- Scott. 

Fourth W ard ] ^ p^ ^ ^^.^,,^^ 

Fifth Wanl i .:■• •^- -r?;?^^""- 

I ItEo. \\ . llARMooD. 

Reguhir meetings of city council, first Tuesday : of every 
month. 

Po])ulation of Cham})a!gn 5971. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 



Finance. — H C Howard J N Petrie B C Beach. 

Fire and water, — J N Petrie S E Weeks Jas R Scott. 

Gas. — S E Weeks John Ahern Geo W Harwood. 

Streets and alleys. — John Ahern H C Howard J W Spalding. 

Police. — George Ely J r John Ahem Jas R Scott. 

Public buildings and grounds. — II C Howard S E Weeks J R 
Taylor. 

General committee. — B Beach George Ely Jr J W Spalding 
Jas R Scott J N Petrie. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



29 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



agt agent 

al alley 

av avenue 

bds boards 

bet between 

bk pr book keeper 

bldg building 

elk clerk 

c colored 

com mer commission 

merchant 

condr conductor 

cor comer 

dept deputy 

dist district 

E or e east 

e s east side 



lab laborer 

mkr maker 

mnfg manufacturing 

mnfr manufacturer 

N or n north 

n e north east 

nr near 

n s north side 

n w north west 

opp opposite 

pk park 

pi place 

P O post office 

Pres president 

prin principal 

propr proprietor 

pub publisher 



r residence 

rd road 

ret retail 

Rev Reverend 

s e south east 

S or s south 

s s south side 

St streeet 

s w. . south west 

sec secretaiy 

supt superintendent 

treas treasurer 

W or w west 

w s west side 

who! wholesale 

wid widow 

wks works 



TV BBOTT N N, student I I U. 

Abernathy R, painter r s s University av, bet First and Second. 
Abernathy Arthur, photo^raplier r s s University av bet First 

and Second. 
Abernathy J M, r s s University av, bet First and Second. 
Adams Wm, lab n w cor Maple and Prairie. 
Adams J, 75 State. 
Adams A, bds 55 W University av. 
Alierii John, Alderman Ist w r s Third, bet University av 

and Park. 



30 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Alireil!* Henry C, whclesalc and ivtail liquors and billiard 

hall agt Ciiifiiinati beer Main ^*t basement Belireiis hotel 

1 (JK R r E Church n s4 d e Second. 
Allen E AV, student I I IT. 
Allen A M, student 1 I U. 

Alexander ife Dolson, billiai-d hall s e cor Park and First. 
Alexander (' C, cor ]*ai'k and First. 
Allev Arthur, cigar nikr r 11 Church. 
Ailing S T. exj) agt 24 W Park. 
American Fx])ress Co, S T Ailing agt rear First Xatioiud J'ank 

building. 
Armstrong Elmer, lab bds Mathenv House. 
Armstrong J N, ])rivate ])oliceman r isd E Fniversity av. 
Arnold 1 B, student III'. 
Ariiotcl Hrwiii BJ, mntr and dealer in boot aiul shoes 19 Main 

r e s Randoli)!! n 1 P) iV: W, 
Arnold J \\ elk 1 P Arnold r s s Columbia bet Xeil and Ran- 
dolph. 
Anderson S, r s o cor State and Clark. 
Andrew Eugene, r o s Hickory bet Main and AVashington. 
Anderson Charles, ])laster 8 Park. 
Agricultural Warehouse, (Trevett ii Green) 15 AV^alnut. 

" " (Robinson ct Purr) bet Ilickorv and 

Neil 2 n jimct. 
Ashcratt AVm, lab Sugar AVorks. 
Aslicraft Mrs Harriet, wid r n Randolph. 
Ashley AVm, student I I U. 
Atkinson S P, marble yd bet Neil and Hickory r n s Fniversity 

av 4 w Neil. 
Attix Kate, milliner 43 Neil r same. 
Atwood Fred, fruit grower r s w cor Lynn and Clark. 
Austin Jas, student I 1 U. 
Avery L, lab r n Randolph 
Ayres E R. blacksmith r ^! AVashington. 
Ayres D E elk r n s AVashington 2 w Xeil. 
Ayres tfc AA'ilson, blacksmiths e s n Neil. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 31 



"U ABCOCK W A, student I I U. 

Bacon Jonathan, dealer in grain and coal warehouse w s Chestnut 
2 s Main r n e cor Park and State. 

Bacon Geo H, elk r n e cor Park and State. 

Bacon G F, student r n e cor Park and State. 

Bacon N, wks Chamj^aign JVIntg Co. 

Bacon T, wks Champaign Mnfg Co. 

Baei" Benjamin, elk bds Carter House. 

Baddeley Charles, with Dodson & Co r s w cor State and A^ine. 

Bauer Jacob, r 2 d e Columbia and Walnut. 

Baldwin Gilbert, condr I (J P P r s e cor Thomas av and Ran- 
dolph. 

J^a'dwin Albert, engineer I C P R bds at Carter House. 

Bagging Factory, H C Howard Pres M Jerome Gen Manager n I 
B & W w I C P P. 

BrJSey lildwiir«l, (Pres Chami)aign Nat bunk) r w cor White 
and Elm. 

Banes II G, carpenter r w s sixth 1 d n street car track, 

Bailey , lab r n s White bet Third and Fourth. 

Bangs Alonzo, Hack driver r Harmon block. 

Baker F E, com mer 65 Neil r e s n Randol])h 4 d n I B & W 
de]:>ot. 

Baker Emma, elk r n e cor Washington amd Pi-aii'ie 

Baker W \\^ harness maker 27 Columbia av. 

Baker Valentine, wks sugar mill r 4() AYashington. 

Baker John, merchant r s e cor State and Park. 

Ba])tist Church n e cor University av and Randolph. 

Baptist Church c n s Clark 1 w Sixth. 

Barber H II, student I I U. 

Barber Ella, student I I U. 

J^>arber N D elk r 20 E White. 

I)arber Wm. elk r s e cor White and Second. 

]3arber J R, r 20 E White. 

Barclay Wm C, student I I U. 

Bannard A U, r n w cor Ciinrch and Prosjiect av. 

Barnum II, plasterer 11 S w s Neil. 

Barrett Hall n e cor Main and Hickory. 

Bar rick D H student I I IT. 

Barrister G S, student I I IT. 

Bassett Edward, elk r Vine bet State and Prairie 

Bassett Fred, cai-riage mkr r n s Vine bet State and Prairie. 

Bassett Fred, driiijgist r n s Vine bet State and Prairie. 



32 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bai-tholf W J, student I I U r Ilarwood blk. 

Bartliolf E (4, student I I IT r Ilarwood blk. 

Barthel Henry, lab r n s E ("hnrcli. 

Bayler Wm. grocer s w cor Rtlli and University av. 

Beach It €, grain and coal dealer s s I 13 & W 1 E Neil r s w 

cor Church and JVew. 
Beach & Co, (B C Beach and G B Magoon) gi-ain and coal dealer 

on I B cfe W 1 e Neil. 
Beam Jacob, lab r n s White 2 \v Prairie. 
Bearborni Henry, lab 80 Sjiringfield av. 
Beai'boi-ni A, lab so S])nngiiel(l av. 
BeaiMNley H .^I, atty at law ((-iere and Beardsley) r w s State 

bet White and Springfield av. 
Beardsley (tco F, dealer in bonds mortgages etc office Neil 2 s 

Church uj) stairs r s s University av 5 d w Lynn. 
llerker Fred, saloon and billiard hall Main 3 d w Doane 

House r 61 ECliurch. 
Becker C, elk r 15 E Hill. 

Behi-ens II, hotel INIain 1 w T C R \l r same. 
Jjender S (i, agricultural implements Maple 2 d w of State. 
Bentley Jos, butcher bds Mathenv House. 
Bennett John, lab 12 Hill. 
Bender S G, lab r n s Ma])le w I B & W. 

Beiliier JT A, salesman and city auctioneer r n IT Columbia av. 
Berry T M, drayman 34 E T'niversity av. 

Berryman ,]ab bds Chami)aign House. 

Biddlecome Harriet, dressmaker r Harmon blk. 

Bing Louis, clothier 30 ]\Iain. 

Biggs Thos, harness maker 35 E Clark. 

]k^skie Chas, r s s AVashincfton 2 d from Second. 

Bishop W F, 28 (.^olumbialiv. 

Bisho]) M F, student I I U. 

Black Julia, dressmaker 2 Union blk. 

]>lack Sene, dressmaker 2 Union blk. 

Blain Mrs, r n s (Hark bet Second and Third. 

Blain J IT Tile wks r 1)4 E Church. 

BI^JmSoU ii K, l)arber r 61 Neil. 

Blas^dcll Bro!<i, (T S and L E), barbers basement 9 Main Mc 

(Kinlev building). 
Blaisdell L C. stenographer r e s State bet Thomas av and Union. 
BlaiiC'harcl K €, millinery ws Neil 2 d n Church r 28 Col- 

nm])ia av. 
Block Wm, r E Hill 3 d w Third. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 33 

])lock Benjamin, bds Carter House. 

UlatK ValeifttiBie, City ISreirery Milwaukee warehouse e 

s Oak 3 w S University a v. 
Borden T 0, condr I C R R r n w cor Keil and White. 
Bogardus J J, broom corn grower r n s 4 E Prospect av. 
Bollman Fred, grocer r First opp Main. 
Boatright W P, r s s Randolph 2 d n I B & W depot. 
Bodine Milton, farmer New. 

Booker J W, marble yard s e cor Taylor and l^eil r w s S Neil. 
Booker Kittie, elk P 6 r S Neil. 
Bonard Mrs, e s S Neil. 
Bowers John, wks bagging factory. 
3Soyle John, butcher (C llar'ing & Co) r n e cor E Church 

and Fourth. 
Boyle Patrick, night yard master I C R R. r n s Church 3 w Fifth. 
Boyle Joseph, elk r n s Clark bet Lynn and New. 
Brown S, lab n s Washington bet Edward and Lynn. 
Bowen Miss Mary, wks bagging factory. 
Bowen Ellen, r s w cor First and Church. 
Bowers Lewis, wks bagging factory. 
Bowles Mrs, (wid) r 33 8 Prairie. 
Bowles Jacob, lab Champaign mnfg Co. 
Bowles Robert C, compositor Gazette office r 33 S Prairie. 
Bowman MM, cabinet mnfr r w s Randolph bet Union and Thomas 
Bowman Ray, elk r s s Clark 2 d w Randolph. 
Bowman Mrs Mary, r s s Clark bet and Randolph and State. 
Brado John, hostler Price's livery and feed stablee. 
Braband Clara, waiter Doane house. 
Bradliekl John, supt Champaign mnfg Co r n e cor Park and 

Lynn. 
Bradfield II E, cabinet mkr 63 S Neil. 
Bradley Mrs W F dressmaker r Park 2 d w Randolph. 
Bradley Sidnev, r Park 2 d w Randolph. 
Bradley Chas II, bds W Page n s Vine s I B & W. 
Bradley B C, n s University av 3 d w Neil. 

Bradley B Q, photographer r w s Park bet Randolph and Neil. 
Brankey Joseph C, train master I C R R r s s Church 2 w New. 
Brancher A L, student I I U. 
Bragg John, wagon nudcer e s NNeil r e s N Neil 3 d n I B & W 

^^ RR. 
Braner Rev James, r e s Fourth 1 d n German M E Church. 
Brandenburg (Miarles, carder Cliampaign bagging factory. 
Brandenburg Rudolph, r n s Hill 3 d from Foui-th. 



34 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Brazelton Isaac, r n s riiiversity av d e First. 

]?roe(l ^frs T (\ (lix'ssiiiakcr r 2S ('(>Iiniil)ia av. 

J^nisbay Edward, lab r s s (Miurcli 3 d E First, 

Jirown ISiiiK'on, student I I U. 

Jironson \' L T, ciio^inc'er (/liain])ai<;n Tile Eaetory. 

Hrowi) 8, r n s E Clai-k bet First a7id Second. 

Brown Harry, elk bds s s Hill 1 d w Neil. 

Brown W II, druggist r s s (Mark bet Second and Third. 

lirown (ieo, lab r n e cor Clark and Sixth. 

JJrown A L. justice of the ]>eace r s s Clark 2 d e New. 

l-Jrown Seelv. architect and builder r s e cor rniversitv av and 

Elm.' 
Brown John, lab r 32 Fifth. 
Brown John Jr, r n e cor Fifth and E Jlill. 
Brown ("lav, head cook Doane House. 
Thrown S, lab I C R R. 

B,rowmell Oliver, C I), elk C J Sabin r S P.andolph. 
BrittOii A; Shreve, dentists rooms 1 and 2 Barrett blk. 
Hrittoii () I'\ ^rain and provision broker Scott's bank buildin*:^ r s 

s Church 2 E State. 
JJrinkman (), lab r n e cor Hill and Si.xth. 
Brittentield H B, cigannaker r n s Locust bet Springfield av and 

street car track, 
nriinnel Mrs, (c) r s e cor Oak and University av. 
l)i-yan A II. aty at law r s w cor University av and Prairie. 
Blicli Jacob, justice of the peace noUiry p. b ic andcon»n(r 

office 31 Alain r s s University av bet First and Second. 
Buch Wni, butcher r w s Neil 3 d n' Hill. 
Buch Fred, butcher r Urbana. 
J^uckintjhain E (i, carju-nter r 72 S RandoliJi. 
JUickley Michael, lab \-l\ Hill. 

J^uckley James, stone cutter r w s Neil 3 d s White. 
Beidler Mrs, li))raiian r S Park 2 d e Randolph. 
P.uckles Wiley, stock breeder r 44 W White. 
Buckles H R, phunber and gas fitter r w s RaiKloljJi s Thonuis 

Burgess J, gunsmith w s Neil oj)p Washington r s s Vine 1 d w 

State. 
Bullard S F, student I I U. 
])umi T W, student I I U. 

Ihirk P M, lab i- n e cor Si)rin<rfield av and Fiflih. 
Itiiriiliaiii Alhcrt €, 'Jiundiam Trevctt tV: Mattis) r n s 

(Jhurch 2 w State, 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTOR Y. 35 

Bsirsaliaiai Trevclt & Mattis, bankers and brokers ]6 

Main. 
Burpee C li, Prest First National Bank Urbana me cor Elm 

^andHill. 
Burr Ellis JVI, (Robinson & Burr) r s s Church bet New and Lynn 
Burson L, r s e cor Clark and State. 
Busey & Hardy, agricultural implements seed and coal ware- 

liouse e s Oak bet E Main and University av. 
Busey John S, (Busey & Hardy) r Urbana. 
Busey Mrs Sarah, r 51 E Wlnte. 
Buskirk Mrs, (wid) res Fourth nr Sjiringfield av. 
Butler T E, student I I U. 
Butteriield C O, r n \v cor Hill and Randolph. 



BREWING COMPANY. 



Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company, 

HENRY UIHLEIN, Ppest. AUG. UIHLEIN, Sec. ALFRED UIHLEIN, Supt. 

^EP^E^EN^^ED BY 

Th. VOLLMER, 

OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: East Side of Oak Street, 
Four Doors South of University Avenue, 



30 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

r\ ADY TIIOS P. r n e cor Elm and Hill. 

Caldwell Wm, teamster r n e cor Wasliingtoiiand AValnnt. 

Caffney Hugh, lab r cor University av and Third. 

Canady Philo A, farmer near fair grounds. 

Campbell J G, student 1 I T. 

Caiiillbell A: Dolierty, blacksmiths w s Neil 2 s South. 

Cam]»bell Ct W. saddlci- bds at l^)ehrens. 

Cam})bell J W, engineer sugar wks bds Champaign House. 

Campbell .lohn M, drayman r n s Clark 2 w Fourth. 

Campbell Fi-ank K, elk r n wcor Neil and Randolph. 

€ailll>hell Frank K, blacksmith r s s W Tniversity av 2 w 

Lynn. 
Cami)bell II, r s s W Universitv av. 
Carr Ilenrv, bds W Hill 2 w liandolph. 
Carl John, "lab r n s I B cV: W R R. 
Carl Mrs, (wid) r s e cor Vine and RandoljK)!!. 
Carley Mark, r }i e cor Church and Randolph. 
Carnahan W II. dk r s s Clark 2 e Elm. 
Carpenter N I), bds Matheney House. 
Canady S D, student 1 I U r ]\Iai>le bet State and I'l-airie. 
Cane C, hctuse mover. 

Carpenter shoj) (Jesse Fleming) 55 Church 4 w Xeil. 
Cantine E I, student 1 I U. 

Carleto/. Mrs Mary, (wid) r s s White 3 Church. 
Carter H oli<<ie, e s Walnut 2 n Taylor, lirst class in all res])ects. 
Carter Mrs W II, ^j)ropr Carter House) r same. 
Castle J E. student I I IT. 
C^athers J S, farm(;r E Churcii nr Sixth. 
Catholic church, E Park bet Wright and Sixth. 
Center Mrs Caroline, r s e cor Third and Y. Wa-^hinirtoii. 
Casserly J. lab 1 C R It r 21 E WhitL- Ix-t Second and Third. 
Cii a III 11211 ^11 .^laiiiiJhc'iiiriu^ Coiiiiiaiiy, w s Walmit 

bet Tayloi- and First South, 
('hampaign tioui-ing mill, ((t W Keimard i)ropr) s w cor Market 

and University av. 
Champaign Tile factory, ( Pres Geo F Beardsley sec Geo W 

Harwood treas J II Plain su])t J W Stij»es. 
Ciiaiii|>ai;;ii \atioiial Kaiik, 5 Main. 
Cham])aign Business College, (Cobb cS: JNIc Kee ])ropr) over 15 

Main. 
Cliaitipaigrn Hoil^iC, (P Cc^ftev propr) e s Neil n I B c^' W 

K P.. 



. CHAMPAIGN CITY BIRECTORY. 3t 

Charles Clifton, painter s Neil bet White and Sj^ringfield av. 

Charles Wni, painter r n s Church 2 from Second. 

Clieneworth Miss L E, r 77 S State. 

Chevalier Mrs Catherine, elk r S Neil bet Clark and White. 

Chesbro A J, su]:)t (las Co. 

Chodra John, barkeeper (J Miller's saloon). 

Cliitty W L, student! 1 U. 

^\t\ €osiii€mI Mooiii), 14 Main up stairs. 

City Calaboose, s w cor University av and street car track. 

City Clerk's office, (Dr E A Ki-atz clerk) n s Church 2 w Neil. 

Clacey Henry, tinner r s s Clark 5 w Lvnn. 

Clacey Mary^ r 46 Hill. 

Clace'v Hen'rv, elk (Trevett Bros). 

Clark A HL jeweler (H C Core) bds Mrs Sevier's N Neil. 

Clark John M )j, carpenter r s w cor Lynn and Clark. 

Clarke, lab rE Hill nr Fifth. 

CJark M W, abstractor r 2 n S White 4 E Third. 

Clark II P, commercial agt r s s University av 3 w Lynn. 

Clark Lucv J, student I TU. 

Clark II S, student I I U. 

Clark Willie, elk r 2 n S White 4 E Third. 

Clark Mrs A S, r n w ct:r Clark and Lynn. 

Clark Kate L, student I I U. 

Clark John (i. farmer r s s Sjiringiield av 3 w Lynn. 

Cleaveland F D, day clerk Doane House. 

Clifford E C, engineer r n vv cor State and AYashington. 

Clutter L W, bus driver r e s Neil 2 n First South. 

Clutter Wm, runner Doane House. 

Cobb R W. ( Cobb & Mc Kee). 

€oS>l> Sl Me Kee, Champaign Business College 15 Main. 

Coalman J(Jm. engineer r n w cor Washington and Second. 

Cochrane Wm, blacksmith r n w cor State and White. 

Code Eliz.ibeth, (wid) r e cor Randolph and State. 

Cody Mrs Ellen, r 20 Hill. 

Coady John, provisions and groceries n e cor First and 

University av r E Hill. 
Colteen A M, book and music store and flour exchange n w cor 

Main and Walnut r n s White bet Fifth and Sixth. 
ColFev Patrick, (propr Cham[)aign House) r same. 
Coffey Phil, r s s E Hill bet Sixth and Wright. 
Coffnian Mrs, (wid) r 13 Randolph. 
Cottiii Mi-s Elizabeth, (wid Albert (4) r 47 W Clark. 
Coffin Tlios, stock dealer r 47 W Clark. 



38 IIIAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Coffin Chas, stock dealer r 47 W Clark. 

Cole Win, wks bagging factory. 

Cole Thos, chemist sugar wks. 

Cole V\,ii\ J, r 8 w cor Wright and Green. 

Cole Wni, brakernan I C K K bds Mathenej House. 

Cole George, farmer r s s C^hurch 5 w Prospect av. 

Coles B W, elk r John. 

Colenum D, lab I C Jl II r s S})ringiield av. 

Coleman John, condr I C^ U Ji r s IS])ringtield av. 

Coller A II, })attern maker (Kobinson cV: Burr) r s w cor State 

and Washington. 
Collier M E, car])enter r s s White bet Filth and Sixth. 
Collier J E, butcher r s e cor Columbia av and Keil. 
Collins J, (c) painter r 140 University av. 
Collingwood Albert, lab res State bet Thomas and Union, 
Columbia Curtis F, r s w cor Randolph and Bloomington av. 
Conant S W M, carpenter r n s W Clark bet State antl Brairie. 
Conant S D, shoemaker r n s W Clark bet Prairie and State. 
Conar Thos, lab r s e cor Neil and Thomas av. 
Conanty John, lab r 55 Hill. 
Condon David, machinist r 42 Springfield av. 
Condit M G, [I B Arnold's boot and shoe store] r n s Park bet 

New and Lynn. 
Condit liodney B, r n s W Park w of Lynn. 
Condit Wayne, elk [J B and W B Mc Kinley] r n s Park bet 

New and Lynn. 
Conkel Mrs M, dressmaker e s Neil 4 s P (). 
Conkey C A student I I U. 
Conkling A J, student I I U. 
Conkling Mrs A, [wid Stephen] r n s Washington bet Prairie and 

Elm. 
Conkling A B, elk r 29 Hill, 
Conn Dr R B, r 138 Clmrch. 

Conover C F, carpenter r s s Stoughton av bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Conover Geo C, engineeer I C R R r s a Park bet Randolph and 

Neil. 
Cope W H, student I I U. 

Cooper Mrs, r s w cor AVriglit and Stoughton av. 
Cooper Mrs Elvira, dressnuiker e s Neil 3 s P O. 
Cook j\Irs Mary, r n s Hill w side. 

t'orc Henry C, jeweler and dealer in watches, clocks, silver- 
ware, cutlery and fancy goods, 29 Main r s s Church 2 w 

Randoljdi. 



CHAMPA IGN CITY DIRECTOR Y. 39 



Cortiii Joseph, bartender bds s s University av 1 e State. 

Coughran James, lab r 24 State. 

Cougliran B, blacksuntli 24 State. 

Cranmoi-e Robt, lab bds E Main n s. 

Criliiiiell JToSiai JV, Carriage factory e s Neil op]) Washington 

r n s Columbia 3 w Randolph. 
Crannell W W, elk (Robeson Bros) r 18 Columbia a v. 
Ca'iiwlord Jas D, Prof history, ancient language and sec I I 

U r s s Hill 2 w Randolph". 
Crayne E, r s e cor Springfield av and Fourth. 
Cread John, butcher r nr street car track in Kirkpatrick' s add. 
Creighton W, elk r 85 S Neil. 
Cromwell J C. student I I U. 
Crossley Clara, waiter Doane House. 
Cruters James, lab bds Champaign House. 
Cumberland H, student I I U. 

Cumberland O P, restaurant and fruit stand 38 Main r 5 White. 
Cumberland Charles, elk r E Clark. 
Cummings W H, carpenter r Lynn 2 s Springfield av. 
diiiiiiift^liaiii A P, druggist 4 Main r n w cor Church and 

State. 
Cunningham Elmer S, drug elk r n w cor Church and State. 
Cuppernell Mrs, (wid Morris F) r 8 W White. 
Cuppernell Miss Sue, elk P O. 

Cushman L, sorghum factory w s Clark bet Thomas and Union. 
Cusen Wm, lab r 49 Park. 
Curtis James, hostler r n s Clark E Second. 
Curtis Mrs Mary, r s s University av w s. 

Curtis Mrs Racliael, (wid of George) r n s E Clark 1 E Second. 
Cyrilla Sister, teacher in St Mary's school. 



40 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

'^ALB.EiXBAi:B5 IS RON, (John J and Wni C) meat 

.J market No 8 jVIain. 

. Jallenbach John, r n w cor Randolph and (lark. 

^ Jallenbach Johh J, (Dallenbach Bros) r s s Park 2 d e E 

ltand<^l])h. 
l>alSeiall>ac>Ei im A, merchant tailor and draper No 12 Main up 

stairs r n w cor Clark and Eandolph. 
Dallenbach Fred, butcher r w s Itandolph 2 d s I'niversity av. 
Dalleilbai'li Sam iieS, jeweler and dealer in -watches clocks 

and silverware Xo 14 Main r n wcor Kandol])h and Maple. 
Ballciibac'li William € (Dallenbach Bros) r University av 

2 E State. 
Dakes M F, lab s s Clark bet 3d and 4d. 
Damlon John, r e Washington. 

Dana P^dward (), engineer 1 C R R r n w cor White and Prairie. 
Damrow Frank O, foreman soda and mineral water manufactory 

r n s I'niversity av 7 d e First st. 
Darrow .Mary K, asst in wood engraving I I U bds w w cor 

Mt llo})e and John sts. 
Dawson Kate, r s Randoli)h. 
Davidson Tho, elk r n s Washington 2 e Prairie. 
Davidson G VV, stock dealer and dealer in buggies and sjmng 

wagons res Neil 2 d s White. 
Davis Dwight R, engineer I C R R bds Doane House. 
Davis II V retired r s w cor University av and New. 
Davis 11 D elk bds 16 Washington. 
Davis Mrs J, wid r n s E University av. 
Day W^ A, mayor atty at law office over 21 Main r s s Hill 

e ofRandoljJi. 
Dean Mrs Aleza r 5 w C(^r Park and 4th. 
Dean P, tailor 58 Church. 
Dean Squire J, confectionery tobacco and fruits No G5 Neil r s s 

\ ine bet State and Prairie. 
Demlow John, lab r s s e Church 2 d w 4th. 
Demlow Mrs F r s s e Church 2 d w 4th. 

Densberger Jacob C, carpenter s s University av near Prospect. 
De])uy M II, grocer n w cor University av and ♦ith res 2 w on U. 
Depuv F II, r n w cor University av antl Oth. 
Depue W A, lab 2 E Clai-k. 
Detmers Dr II J, veterinary surgeon r w s State bet White and 

Springfield av. 
Detmers F, student I I U. 
Dickson J, col lab r w s Randolph bet Thomas and Union. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 41 



Dickerson F H student I I U. 

Dickerson A, col lab r s w cor Springiield av 6th. 

Dickei'son Joshua, carpenter r n 5 Clark bet Elm and Prairie. 

DiUen James, I C K R 

Dimock George, fancy goods and millinery ^o 59 Xeil r s Xeil 

2 d ^\\\\KQ. 
Ditto Mrs M A, r n w cor Universty av and 2nd. 
Doan C C, carpenter r 44 Church. 
Doan Edward, student bds 44 Church. 

Doaiie Hotline, Col E P Niles propr cor Main st I C R R. 
Dodds I C, student I I U. 

Dodson William, grocer r s e cor State and Washington. 
BodiiiOii \li^illijiaii & Co, grocers and provision dealers and 

feed store Xo 75 and 77 Xeil st. 
Dolan diaries, E Washington n s I B tfe W track. 
Dolson Henry, (Alexander et Dolson) billiard hall r bet Springfield 

av and street car track. 
Dollinger Adolpii, tailor r 12 E Church. 
DoUinger Frank, tailor shop in Barret block r 12 E Church. 
Doran James, shoj) e s Walnut 2 d s Taylor r e Church Ko 20. 
Douglass Ilenr}', tombstone agt with J W Booker. 
Donnelly J T, railroad W Columbia av. 

Donnelly James, runner Carter House r w Neil near I B & W. 
Dorr H W baggage master I B tfe W depot. 
Dote H T, student 1 1 U. 

Downey Joseph, engineer r w s First 1 n Main. 
Downey O L, reporter Gazette r Harwood block. 
Down W P, nuirble cutter r s 5 Clark bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Doyle John, (propr Doyle House) s e cor Oak E Main. 
Doyle T, shoenuiker r s s Springfield av 2 E Fifth. 
Doyle Michael saloon-keeper cor Oak and E Main. 
Doyle Samuel B, salesman Schweizer & Woody. 
Doyle Michael, lab r n w cor Park and First. 
Doyle Richard, book-binder Gazette bindery bds Behrens. 
Doyle Miss Lizzie wks bagging factory. 

Draper Chas, engineer I C R R r s e cor Walnut and Columbia av. 
Dresser Rev D W, r 30 Washington. 
Duggan Daniel, yard master I C R R r n s University av 2 w 

Third. 
Dugan P, lab r s s Park 2 from Second. 
Dunham C W, livery stables s e cor University and Walnut. 

r n \v cor Neil and Columbia. 



42 (IIAMrAlGJS' CITY J)I1:ECT0UY. 

Dliillail Hiram J. nmiuiijcor and editor Cluiiiii)aign County 

Gazette i- n 8 Park ^1 w Elm. 
Dinilap E M niacliinist, r n e cor Clai'k and Third. 
J)nnlaj) James W, fjirmer r 29 E Clark. 
Durr Andrew, lab r 5 s of cor Fifth and University av. 
Durr A J elk r E University av, , 

Dust Frederick, shoemaker Hill 2 w of Fourth 
Dust Henry lab r s s Hill 8 w Fourth. 
Dust H tailor 34 Hill. 



T^ARLE MAKY T, student I I V. 

Eaton Ernest, (Eaton liros) editor Signal n cor First Locust 

and Second South. 
Eaton Herbert, (Eaton Brosjrn s Vine bet State and Prairie. 
Eaton Bros, i)roj>rs Signal ottice 71 Neil. 
Eaton Antone, lab r Fifth street s street car track. 
Ebert George, baker r over n e cor Main and Walnut. 
Ebert Jaeob, bakery and confectionery 53 First st. 
Eberline F W, Second asst in chemical laboratory I I U. 
Eckert Geo W, I B cfe \V depot bds w s Kandolph. 
Edgerly S S, engineer r n s E Park 2 e First. 
Edgerton C, furniture maker r s s Sj)ringiield 5 E Neil. 
Eieliberg' ^la\. (])ro])r New York store) wholesale and retail 

dry goods and carpets 20 and 22 !Main r s s University av 

3 w Neil. 
Eiehbers: Opera House over 20 and 22 Main. 
Eichberg Emma, student 1 1 U r s s University av 3 w Neil. 
Eiben J L, col barber r s w cor Pandolj)li and Clark. 
Eicherst Edward, harness maker r s w cor S])ringlield av and 

Neil St. 
Eisenmeyer Ida, student I I U. 
Ii^kbon cliff, tailor r45 Church. 
Esh Fred, 45 Park. 
Ells Mrs S M, r 99 S Neil. 
Eshlev M M, cab mkr. 
EUs C S elk sugar works r 99 S Neil. 
Ells Erastus, farmer r S Neil. 
Ellis, farmer r w s Prairi e bet Thomas and Union. 
Ely Ciceorg'e, carriage maker n w cor Walnut and University a v 

r n e cor Church and Third. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 43 

Ely ftJeorg'e Jr, carriage maker r n s e Park 2 E Tliird. 

Ely Kate, chamber maid Doane House. 

Elliott Mrs Anna, (wid) 94 Clmrch. 

Ellison E E, student I I U bds s w coi* Wright and Slayton. 

Ellis Geo H, student I I U. 

Ellis K D, student 1 1 U. 

Emerson E Q, elk r n s "Washington 2 W Neil. 

Emery J G, lab r 101 W Neil. 

Endsley Lee, student I I U. 

Engine house No 1 s w cor "Walnut and Taylor. 

Engine house No 2 n w cor E Main and First. 

Engel E T, carpenter r46 E White. 

Eppstein II M, music teacher r 135 University av. 

Eppstein Samuel, cigar maker and dealer 41 Main r n s Park 2 

w Randolph. 
Eppstein M 1>, billiard hall 41 Main rooms in Harmon block. 
Eppstein Mayer, boots and shoes 40 Main r n Lynn near Wabash 

RR. ■ 
Eppstein L B, student I I U. 
Erk John, cigar maker bds Matheny House. 
Evans C G, condr I C R R r n s Clark 3 from Fourth. 
Evaii!^ AV A, foreman Signal office r n w cor Clark and Fifth. 
Evans G M, carpenter r n w cor Clark and Fifth. 
Evarts John J, student I I U r Harmon block. 
Everhart Rev M W r n s University av 3 E Park. 
Everhart T W B, student II U. ' 



GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

FANCY GEOCEE, 

31 Main Street, Champaio^n Illinois. 

The Highest Market Price Paid for Country 
Produce Foreign and Domestic Canned Fruits a Specialty. 



44 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

riAGG WILLIAM, condr I C R R r Harmon block. 

Faliey J, cigar maker bds Carter House. 

Falie}' M, lab bds Champaign House. 

Falls J, r s s Washington bet State and Prairie. 

Fairchild R P, studenl I I U. 

Fair George, barber. 

Faiiioii!!i, novelty store 10 Main st. 

Farmers Cooperation Association, (Busy & Hardy agts) warehouse 
e s Oak 3 s Main. 

Faught W E, salesman r over n e corner Main and Walnut. 

Faulkner \a "IV Ac €o, druggsist s w cor Neil and Church. 

Faulkner 1^ \K\ (L W Faulkner tfe Co) r n s Columbia 2 w 
Neil. 

Faiiilkner A\'at!<on, (L W Faulkner *fe Co) r e s E Clark bet 
Third and Fourth. 

Feaster August, farmer r n s Wright bet Randolph and State. 

Feetham Fred, elk r s s Hill 2 w Neil. 

Feldbinder William, tailor r n w cor Clark and Second. 

Fiddler Geo, r n s E Church 2 w from Third. 

Finder Frederick, drayman r n s Springfield av 2 w Fifth. 

Fiehliiig- l^aae, (Smyser, Fielding ct Co) bds n w cor Randolph 

and Park. 
Fink B, student I I U. 

First IVatlonal Bank, B F Harris presll H Harris cashier 

8 w cor Main and Walnut. 
First Presbyterian church, s w cor Hill and State. 

Fisher Oscar, elk bds Mrs Osborns. 

Fisher John, lab r s w cor Prairie and Vine. 

Fondersmith, gun maker w s Neil 3 n Taylor. 

Foreman Mrs, (wid) r w s Randolph 3 n I B W. 

Foster M J, dressmaker r 3 e cor of Randolph and Church. 

Foster J H r S Neil 2 s White. 

Forsythe James, machinist res Neil n I B W. 

Ford Frank, machinist wks Chamjjaign mnfr company. 

Forrester J, saddle and harness maker r w s Neil and Second. 

P^ogleson M, feed stable S Thomas av r s s Spj-ingfield av 4 e 

Neil. 
Flatt O, fireman bds n Neil. 
Flatt O B, farmer r 117 N Neil. 
Fleagle Lizzie, wks bagging factory. 
Fleming William, elk bds Doyle House. 
Fleming H, saloon and billiard hall n s E Main bds Doyle House. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 45 

Fleming L. engineer I C R R r s e cor Neil and Springfield av. 

Fleming J G, carpenter r n s University av. 

Fleck Clias, r n e cor Clark and First. 

Flickenger F C, student I I U. 

Franks Thos, florist r Randolph bet Vine and Maple. 

Frank C, lab r n e cor Springfield av and First. 

Franks Henry, lab r s e c E Washington and Second. 

Franckenstein William, brick mason r 29 E Hill. 

Freidlein Frederick wks M E Laijham r n e cor Springfield and 

Locust. 
Freeman Mrs L, r 199 N Neil. 

Freese Rev L, r n s University av bet Third and Fourth. 
Frecker William, cigar maker bds Matheny House. 
Froelick Wm, lab bds Behrens. 
Fulton J, student I I U. 
Fuson Miss Ossie, Gazette ofiice r n w cor Elm and Washington. 

BOTTLING WORKS, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS. 



H; F. LUX, 

MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 

SODA & MINERAL WATERS 

Champaign Cider, Ginger Ale, and Sprnce 
Beer. Bottled Beer and Ale a Specialty. 

Goods Guaranteed equal to other Manufactures. Office and Mauufact iry, south 
side, E. University Avenue, between Second and Third. 



40 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Galvin G, tele^ra])!! operator r e s.S Neil bet SpringHeld av and 
White. 

Galvin G II, night-train dispatcher I C K R r S Keil bet White 
and Sj)ringfield av. 

II H Gardener, farmer n s w end Springfiield av e Prospect av. 

Gardner W II, farmer r 40 Columbia av. 

Garland (^ A. supt bagging factorv r E Tniversity av. 

Garman James, lab r Walnut 4 s Washington. 

Garrity P, lab I C li \l. 

Gawker Norman, cut-off Champaign tile wks bds J AV Sti])es. 

Garwood L (', jeweler, watches and clcoks 13 Main r n s Church 
2 e State. 

Garwood C W, jeweller wks at ITrbana r 11 Ran<lol])h. 

Garrett .lames, farmei' r 59 E Clark. 

Garrett Harvey, mineral water mnfr. 

Garrett J II, student I I U. 

Gaskell I> E, student I I U bds s e cor Third and University av. 

Gas Factory, n e cor Fifth and Hill. 

Gayjnan A, student I I U. 

Gayman George, dealer and mnfr boots and shoes First 8 n 

TTniversity av r 5 E Clark. 
Gazette Olfiee, s e cor Main and Neil. 

Geddis ,jeweler bds Carter House. 

German M E Church, n e cor White and Third. 

Gere and Beardxley, atty's at law otHce Burhham blk. 

Gere Geo W, lawyer r s e cor Park and Elm. 

German Catholic Church, s w cor Main and First. 

Gherke 11 II, tailor r n s street car track bet First and Second. 

Gherke W, tailor r n s street car track bet First antl Second. 

Gillen Mrs N, (wid) r n w cor Clark and Fourth. 

Gillen Elijali, r n w cor Clark and Fourth. 

Glandt Jolm, lab r E Hill 8 from Sixth. 

Glover Charles, restaurant and baker res Randolph 2 n I B <fe 

W depot. 
Glover Charles H, elk r e s N Randolpli 2 n I B ^ W depot, 
Golton J, lab r n s White bet State and Prairie. 
Good W F, farmer r 47 E White. 
Goodman George, (c) lab r n s Univei*sity a v. 
Goodspeed H M, printer ((iazette office) r Frbana. 
Goodspeed W M, moulder bds e s Hickory 1 s Robinson iV: 

Burr's shoj). 
Goodrich Leonard, cliemist sugar wks. 
Goodrich E, r s e cor University av and New. 



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Legal Blanks, Conveyancing Blanks, Justices' 

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CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 47 

Goodwin P A, student I I U. 

Goodard C, brakeman I C E, R r 5 w Locust bet Springfield av 

and street car track. 
Googerty Thomas, blacksraitli bds e s Oak 2 s E Main. 
Gonsalvo Sister, Superior in charge St Mary's school n e cor E 

Park and Sixth. 
Crordosi JoSaii, r Harwood blk. 
Gossett Mrs, Jane dressmaker over 61 Neil 
Graham M, machinist res Xeil n I B efe W. 
Graham John, r s w c<jr Church and First. 
Graham James, farmer r w s Lynn bet Clark and White. 
Graham Wm, elk res First 1 s Church. 
Graney John, engineer I C R R (No 6) r s s Springfield av. 
Granger Geo, engineer I C R R (No 52j r n s Washington bet 

Elm and Lynn. 
Gra}" Mrs Rebecca, (wid Daniel) r s s Columbia bet State and 

Prairie. 
Gray Cora, r cor State and Wasliington. 
Gray Eva, elk r cor State and Washington. 
Gray E W, atty at law office 2 Mc Kin ley blk. 
Gray Mrs L D, (wid) r n e cor Washington and State. 
Green J N, r 96 W Church. 

Crreeii Jf H, (Ti-evett & Gi-een) r n s Church 2 e Prospect a v. 
Green John, tally ]cee]:»er bagging factory r W Churcli. 
Green (y, barber n s University av 5 e First r same. 
Green L H, dining rooms basement 13 Main r same. 
Green Edwin, shoemaker r E White bet Third and Fourth. 
Greenhalgh J R, cofectionery 6 Main r same. 
Gresham Samuel, engineer bagging factory r Harwood blk. 
Greuzard E, painter r s e Washington bet Hickory and Walnut. 
Griffith W G, student II U. 
Gilford Mrs. r Harmon blk. 
Griffin John H, lab e s N Neil n I B & W. 
Grimes Daniel, r -10 Main up stairs. 

Grimes H, brakenum I C R R r s s Clark bet Third and Fourth. 
Grine C, lab r 61 E AVhite. 

Grindley Jos, farmer r s s University av bet Lynn and New. 
Grubb E S, student I I U. 



48 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

IT All N BEXJAMTX, elk bds s w cor Neil and Columbia av. 

Hall Miss IJuttie J, teacher r ii w cor Sixth and "White. 

Hall Mrs A A, (wid) r ii w cor White and Sixth, 

Hall William, cigar maker bds Matheny House. 

Hall Miss Emma M, instructor in ancient languages I I U r n 

w cor Mt Hope and John st. 
Hall D M, student 1 1 U. 
Hall Miss Lucv A, student I I U. 
Hall A G teaclier r n w cor Sixth and White. 
Haley Dr H A, medical institute No 40 Main. 
Ilatton* William, lab r s s Hill 2 e Third. 
Haliinen Andrew, shoemaker 35 Neil. 
Harbison Baxter D, retired 90 Church. 
Hapgood Mrs Sarah S, r s s Park 3 w Kandolph. 
Hardy W F (Busey ix. Hardy) r n e cor I'niversity av and Third. 
Harding F P, cashier L V Manspeaker's grocery. 
Harland G, carpenter r n s White bet State and Prairie. 
Haller Jacob, butcher r n Neil st. 
Hankins W A, student I I U. 
Ilarmel Ii B painter r n s Clark 2 e Fifth. 
Hamilton C F elk r s s Church 4 w Neil. 
Hailllltoii J A: Co, lumber yard otlice w s Walnut 4 n Main 

r s s Church 4 w Neil. 
Hammond J E, engineer r w s Randolpii bet Thomas and Union. 
Ilanline B W, fruit and plant grower 35» White. 
Hanson A M, r 29 E Springiield av. 
Hanson J E, lab r 20 E Sjjringfield av, 
Ilandey Charles, painter r n e C( r Columbia and Neil, 
llaring ]Mrs Barbara, r n s E Park 2 e First. 
llarili;;' A; f O, butchers and dealers in fresh and salted meats 

poultry etc n e cor E Main anil First, 
llaring Chris, (llaring tfe Co) r n s E Park 3 e First. 
Haerring Maggie, wks bagging factoiy. 
Hammersley Mrs Jane, r w s State s end. 
llarj)strite Maggie, wks bagging factory. 
Harri!4 Beiijaiiiiii F, pres first national bank r n s Church 

bet Elm and Lynn. 
Harri:^ Henry ll, cashier first national bank r s w cor 

Church and Elm. 
Harris P'rank, bkpr res State bet Union and Thomas. 
Harris ]\Irs J T, res State bet Union and Thomas. 
Harris ^liss Minnie, elk r w s N Neil 2 W K R. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 49 

Harris Jas W, student I I U. 

Harris H P cfe Co, nursery stock office over No 15 Main r s end 

Elm. 
Harris John B, manao;er Home nurserv. 
Plarris C C, blacksmith r e s N Neil 2^1 I B & W. 
Harris J W, machinist r s e cor Park and Randolph. 
Harrison Sumner, lab sugar works. 
Harrison B F, hardware 69 Neil r 16 W Washington. 
Hasard H B, student I I U. 

Hasenbrook John, coal r 2 e cor Prairie and Columbia. 
Hartman T H, house mover r n e cor Springfield av and Lynn. 
Hatch Thos, supt sugar work r 19 W Park. 
Hatch C B, commercial traveler r s s Park bet State and 

Randolph. 
Harvey Mrs E, (wife of William) r n s Yine bet State and 

Prairie. 
Harwood A, retired r s w cor State and Thomas av. 
MariTOOd <&t© '^¥, loan and insurance agent r s w cor 

University av and Lynn. 
Hoi linger & McFadden, tailors up stairs Garwood block. 
Hollinger H M., tailor res Neil s end. 
Hays John, sugar maker bds Matheny house. 
Hays J D, condr I C RR r 81 S NeiL 
Hayes P, lab I C R R r n e cor Thomas and Randolph. 
Hayes Patrick Jr, engineer I C R R r ii e cor Thomas and 

Randolph. 
ffiav!!^ Mrs M E, millinery w s Neil r same 
Hawley W F stcnogapher Garwood Block. 
Hazard H B student I I U. 
Healey James M civ eng roadmaster I C R R r n w cor State and 

■ Hill. 
Herdman F E student I I IT. 
Melf'ei'iiaH AViii, tkt agt I C R R propr Champaign omnibus 

hack and baggage line r s s University av 2 w Neil. 
Hearn J A, bds E Main. 

Hegenbart Frank, cigar manufiictory 38 Main r n w cor Beslin. 
Helbling Fred, cutter (Schweizer c% Woody) r 25 s s Columbia. 
Llergenrech Geo, cigar maker bds Matheny house. 
Heil Adam, boiler maker r n s Church e of Randolph. 
Hendricks F L, elk r n w^ cor Park and Randolph. 

Heudey , elk bds N Neil. 

Henderson J R, fruit tree agt bds Carter house. 
Herbstriet Jacob, lab r s s Beslin 3 w Wright. 



50 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Ilerbstriet M, lab r s s Bosliii 3 w Wiiglit. 

Hermie Charles, lab sugar works r n \v cor Wright aiid 

University av. 
Ilerne J J^, lab r E Park w of Third, 
llennig Prof, music bds Carter house. 
Jlenry Charles, r n e cor New and Church, 
llendrew Mrs M A, (wid) r 185 ('hurch. 
Henry Edivard, (Finn Henry c'e Kariher) r cor Park and 

Second. 
Henry ik. Karilier, groceries, provisions, queen and 

glassware and drugs s e cor University av and First. 
Henry JJaniel, lab Indiana n I B tfe W. 
Ilering Andrew, bds n s E Main. 
Ilerriots J W, r s w cor Springfield av and Wi-ight. 
llerrington D E, student 11 U. 

Heath \V A, elk Champaign national bank r 35 W Washington. 
Heath JVLiss Ella, artist 35 W Washington. 
Heath Mrs M P, (wid) 35 W Washington. 

Hertges , book keeper first national bank bds Carter house. 

Herod Geo, engineer (Beach tfe Co warehouse) r N Neil n I BttW 

Hess Miss Amelia, elk bds E Park. 

Hess Mi-s (wid) G Park. 

Hessel Mrs M S, dress maker r n s W Washington bet Neil and 

liandolph. 
IIe!i!«iC9 in E He Son, manufacturers and wholesale dealers in 

harness and saddles and saddlery hardware dealers in 

buggies 39 Main r s w cor Spi'ingiield av and Neil. 
Hessel Mrs G E, (wid G E) r s w cor Springfield av and Neil. 
Hessel J F, (G p] Hessel &Son)r s w cor Neil and S])ringfield av 
Hines John, lab Champaign tile wks r s w cor Hill and Fifth. 
Hill Mrs J W, (wid J W^llill) r e s Hickory 2 n Main. 
Hill C S, watch maker aid jeweler r n s Columbia bet State and 

liandolph. 
Hill Geo G, elk P O r e s Hickory 2 n :Main. 
Hill J P, condr r 96 Neil. 

Hill Kate, sj)inner bagging factory r Harwood bik. 
Hitt J W, telegraph oj>erator (Wabash) res Kandolph 3 n I B 

ct W. 
Hill Lizzie, spinner bagging factory r Harwood blk. 
Hodges Mrs T J, (wid) r n w cor Park 2 s ('hurch. 
Hogan Mrs E, (wid) r Universiy av bet First and I C \\ II. 
Hogan O S, sewing machine agt r Urbana. 
Hogan Stewart, farmer r w s S Neil. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 51 

Holt T, tinner r s s w end Hill. 

Holton E G, carpenter r s s Church 4 w Prospect av. 
HoUister Mrs H E, (wid) r n w cor oS^eil and University av. 
Hollister O H, printer Gazette office r s w cor Neil and 

University av. 
Hollister Charles, machinist bds s e cor Park and Eandolph. 
HoUinger H, tailor r s Neil. 

Hollingshead James, I C E. R r n s Springfield av. 
Holmes Rev Charles, r s s Park 3 from Fourth. 
Holt T A, tinner r s w cor Washington and LjTin. 
Holt James S, carpenter r s w cor Washington and Lynn. 
Hoover B F, 73 iSTeil r same. 

Hoflman John lab r n w cor Washington and First. 
Hopkins W R carpenter r s s Columbia av bet Randolph and 

Neil. 
Home Charles, lab r n w cor Springtied av and Wright. 
Hook and Ladder Company No 3, n w cor Main and First. 
Houston Mrs Sue, elk r 19 University a v. 
Housman C H, miller r e s S Neil. 
House Mrs D, (wid) r s e cor University av and Fifth. 
House D B, dept revenue collector. 
House L K, elk bds e s Hickory 2 n Main. 
Howe Charles, blacksmith bds Matheny. 
Howard Edwin M, book keeper bagging factory r s e cor Church 

and Randolph. 
Howard J G, ins agt r s e cor University av and Lynn. 
HoTi^ard HE C, pln-sician and surgeon office in Barrett block 

r s e cor Church and Randolph. 
Howard H D, engineer I C R R r n w cor Church and Neil. 
Howsmon C A, r e s S Neil. 

Howsmon & Co, millinery and fancy goods basement 21 Main. 
Hoxie W H, carpenter r w s Market bet White and Clark. 
Hoyt C M. student II U. 

Hubbard Frank, wks Champaign manufacturing company. 
Hubbard Frederick, painter bds s s L^niversity av bet Elm and 

Prairie. 
Hulf G A, ice dealer r cor Fourth and Healey av. 
Huff Mrs, r Fourth 1 s street car track. 
Huff Wheeler, elk r n Randolph w s. 
Hufi' W A. jeweler r Fifth bet Springfield av and Green. 
Huff" Bertie, student 1 I U. 

Hughes M, sec foreman I B & W r n w cor Neil and Vine. 
Hughes Mrs, wks in laundry Doane house. 






52 CHAMPAIGN CITY DlRECl OR Y. 

Iluglu'S Tlios, lab r llill "1 from ISixtli. 

lliiiston William, dnigorist r 2(» Maple. 

iluson Mrs. r n w cor Elm and riiiversity av. 

Hiieston William, confeetionerv r s wcor liaiKloli)li 1 s I 13 & W. 

Hunt Goo, lab r e s N Neil n I B ct W. 

Hunt ^[atilda, wks bagging factory. 

Hunt Ida, wks bagging lactorv. 

Hunt Mary, r n e cor fourth and Hill. 

Hunt Ed, cigar maker r E Park 2 w Third. 

Hutchison Jlenry, (c) r s e cor Oak and University av. 

ILutchinson Jonathan, breeding stable r s e cor First and Clark, 

Hutchinson Walter, foreman sugar works. 

JIutchinson J 13, fireman r s s Univei'sity av bet Fifth and Sixth. 

Hutchinson L. domestic r Tniversity av bet First and Oak. 

Hutchinson, W II student I I F. 

MEDICAL INSTITUTE. 



Dr. H. A. HALEY'S 

Medical Institute, 

TIRC^DE BUILDING, ^WWW^^^ Il^ii. 

This Institute has baen estabHshed for 
the treatmorit of Actite an.d Ohronic Dis- 
eases. 

Connected with the Institution an^ rooms for giving 
ELECTROTHERMAL. KUSSIAX. TrRKISH, 

OCEAN BRINE, MEDICATED, SULPHUR, 

AND SHOWER BATHS. 

Taj^ei^S ;^l^K I^EJdOYED BY ELECTROLYSIS. 



I 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 53 



B & W AND WABASH DEPOT, n Randolph. 



I C depot, I C R R and Main. 

Inis Mrs E, r e s Hickory bet Washington and Main. 

I O O F Hall, over 31 Main. 

Ireton & Burwash, millinery e s Neil 1 s P O r same. 

Isaacs Albert, bds Matlieny House. 

Irle H, condr I C R R bds Matheny House. 

Ivers John J, freight elk I C R R r E Park 2 e Fifth. 

Ivers M, I C R R r s s Park 2 e Fifth. 

Irvin Thomas, lab bds s s University 1 e State. 



TACOBY KITTIE, elk china store r Urbana. 

Jacobson J S, student I I U. 

Jackson Mrs L, r n w cor Champaign and Sixth. 

Janes Geo L, express messenger. 

Jefterson Hamilton, r n w cor Neil and Springfield a v. 

Jefferson F, lab r 53 Church. 

Jefferson Thos, (c) lab. 

Jenks Z T, condr I C R R bds Carter House. 

Jerome Morris, general manager bagging factory r Rantoul. 

Jillson Nellie AV^ student I I U. 

Jillson Lizzie S, student I I U. 

Jillson Benjamin C, Prof geology and zoology I I U r n w cor 

Wright and Daniel. 
Jillson Sallie R, student I I TJ. 

Jolly Alex, bookkeeper r n s Wliite bet Randolph and State. 
Joints 8aill E, propr Signal book bindery 71 Neil r n e cor 

University av and Fifth. 
Johns Harry, elk (Willis' drj^ good store) r n e cor University av 

and Fifth. 
Johnson Jacob, broom corn grower r n w cor Prospect av and 

University av. 
Johnson B F, farmer r s s White opp Randolph. 
Johnson Henry, (c) barber bds s e cor Universit}' av and Oak. 
Johnson A, (c) lab r s e cor Hickory and Washington. 



54 CITAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY 



Johnson T W, r s s Lynn and Prospect a v. 

Johnson D. (c) thnnor r s s 8tou<j;ht()n iiv bet Fifth and Sixth. 

Jolmson Mrs, (wid) r 17 E SpringtiekJ uv. 

Johnson Anthony, (c) liostler (A C Burnham). 

Johnson Sanniel, (c) wks L V Mrtns])eaker. 

Jolmson C B, physician and surgc^on, otHce 18 Main r n 8 Church 

3 w Pros])ect av. 
Johnson E L, student 1 I U. 

Johnson (too W, (retired) r s s Cluircli 2 w Lynn. 
Jolmson E M, tele[)hone operator r s w cor Church and Randolph. 
Jones J S, (retired^ r 35 w Columbia av. 
Jones Henry, macliinist r s s University av and Second. 
Jones Thos, sign ])ainter bds Matheny llouse. 
Jones R A, stock shi])per r 47 AV Hill. 
Jones Charles 1?, elk r s e cor Vine and State. 
Jones W C, elk (Ottenheimer ife Co) bds 43 W Hill. 
Jones John W, student 1 I 11, 
Jones Emma, student I I U. 
Joyce Michael, blacksmith r w s Park 2 w Fifth. 
Joyce L, r 8 e cor Clark and Sixth. 
Jutkins L F, student I I IT. 
Jutkins Charlotte R, student I I U. 



BILLIARD HALL. 

THOMAS KENT, 

I=ieO^'I^ETOia Or^ THE 

MONARCH BILLIARD HALL 
Dealer in Fine Old Ky Whiskies. 



MONARCH, OLD CROW, PRENTICE, LEBANON CLUB, 

CASTLEWOOD, TIPS' FAVORITE, O. F. C.TAYLOR. 

. PENNSYLVANIA RYEI CLEAR CREEIC. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 55 

TT-ALTENBACK JOSEPH, lab r n s Stoughton av 1 e First. 

Kannon Geo, lab bds Matheny House. 

KaiT Mrs Sadie, r over 61 Neil. 

Karle C J, blacksmith u s W Church 2 w Neil. 

Karilier Henry C, (Henry & Kariher) r n e cor Prairie and 

Hill. 
Kaskaskia club rooms, Burnham block over No 10 Main. 
Kaufinan J M elk (Ottenheimer & Co.) bds Carter House. 
Kaufman. A J, (lirm of Ottenheimer &Co) bds Doaue House. 
Keagon John lab r n s E White 2 e Fifth. 
Keller A, lab Dunhams livery stable. 
Keller John W, tinner r n s (Jniversity av 2 w Neil. 
Kelbing F E lab r s s E White bet First and Second. 
Keating John, lab bagging factory bds Champaign House. 
Keating Kev Thos S, r n w cor Wright and E Park. 
Keraball G, student I I U. 
Kennard Geo W, pro Champaign city mills r s e cor University 

av and Prairie. 
Kenower J, chemist sugar works. 
Kemball Geo, painter r s e cor E Church and Third. 
Kerby J G, r w S Third bet Church and Washington. 
Kersey Pierce, elk bds Carter House. 

Kent Thos, pro saloon and billiard hall No 9 and 11 Market. 
Klank August, shoemaker r 30 E Hill. , 

Klank Albert, lab r 30 E Hill. 
Klatt William, lab r n s Springfield av 2 e First. 
Kuigan Katy, wks bagging factory. 
Kimball £d\Yin A, foreman I I U machine shops r s s W 

Church No 43 
Kimball Maud, student 1 1 U. 
Kimball E R, student 1 1 U. 
Kiniler John, elk r n w cor State and Vine. 
Kinyon J H, machinist r 87 Randolph. 
Kincaid Mrs Mary A, r n e cor Church and Randolph. 
Kinchailo J, lab r n s Stoughton av bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Knotts Geo, calender man bagging factory r Harwood blk. 
Krabbe 'William, agt valentine ' Blatz City Brewery 

Champaign ofhce at warehouse r s s E Church. 
Krause Josephine, student 1 1 U. 
Krause H C student 1 1 U. 
Kruse J C, furniture and undertaker s w cor University av and 

First r same. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECJOEY 



Krause Y A, student I I IT. 

Ki-atz Dr E A,(jffice n s Church 2 w Neil r State 1 u Siu'ingtiekl av. 
Krueger Shei'inan, hib n w cor MulbeiTV and Cohnnbia av. 
Krii^'er John, saloon n s University av bet P'irst and Second. 
liiiliii Jo.«iepli, pro Star Clothing House and merchant 

tailoring hatsca])8 boots and shoes 45 Main r ss S])ringtield 

av 2 e Neil. 
Kuhn Isaac, elk Jos Kuhn clothing h(^use. 
Kusich William, lab r s s Church 8 e Fourth. 
Kusich A, lab r ss (yhureh 3 e Fourth 



LAUNDRY. 



STAR LAUNDRY, 




West Side Walnut, 2 Doors North of Main, Cliami)ai^u,n, 111. 

Goods Called ior and Delivered, 

In either Champaign or 

Urbana. 

Urbana Orders may be left at P. B. Lelir's Cio;ar Store. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTOR Y. 57 

T AMB P, lab r n s Clark 2 e Sixth. 

liaiiibkiii J B, (W B McKinley & Co) r n w cor State and 

Maple. 
Lang Mrs Helena, r cor E Church and Second. 
Liliig'ley Jaiiie!^ W, county judge r n s Hill 2 e Prairie. 
IjSiphaiu Marvin E, dealer in lumber doors sash blinds etc 

yard and office s e cor Market and University av r 8 s 

University av 3 w Elm. 
Lantz M P, student I I U. 

Larnard Hall, third floor n w cor Neil and Church. 
Laselle Edward, shoemaker r n w cor Clark and Third. 
Laney Mitchell, r s s Springfield av bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Lasher M E, r s s Springfield av 2 w Neil. 
Latham E B, student 1 1 U. 

Lavering R, lab r s street car track n Springfield av. 
Lawhead Mrs H J, r s w cor Clark and Sixth. 
Layfield Robt, carpenter r s s White bet Fourth and Fifth. 
Leal William, grocer 37 Neil r same. 
Learman A, lab bds Behrens. 
Learman John, lab r e Hill bet Fourth and Fifth. 
Lee Joseph, (c.) mason r s w cor Columbia av and Mulberry. 
Lee B, (c) lab r w s Walnut 5 s Wasliington. 
Leitze F A, student I I U. 

Lemen Joseph R, blacksmith r s s Hill bet Neil and Randolph. 
Lemme Emil, student I I U. 
lieiinarcl A li, physician office McKinley building r s s 

University 2 e State. 
Lester B P, student 1 1 U. 
Levering F D, elk. 

Lewis Charles, (c) barber basement 25 Main. 
Lewis R D, student I I U. 
Lewis Mrs, r s e cor Park and Second. 
Libson Mrs. (wid) r w s Walnut 2 s Washington. 
Lilly F, student 1 1 U. 
Lilly J E, student I I U. 
Lilly Charles, chemist r Prospect av. 
Lipe Charles O, elk (Jos Kulm) r 79 S Randolph. 
Lippen J, lab 50 s s White. 

Link Luther I, coudr I C R R r s w cor Church and Sixth. 
Little H P, chemist bds Ebert's on First bet E Main and 

LTniversity av. 
Locke W, r 30 E Clark. 



58 CHAMPAIGN CITY DlRECl DRY. 

Lloyde F H, elk r n e cor Wlnte and Prairie. 

I.loyde D II. [Potorson & Lloyde] r 32 w Clark. 

Lloyd C A. student I I U. 

Lolir William, lab r n street car track bet First and Second. 

Lockwood W P, agent I B & W and Wabash K li's r s s 

Washington bet State and Prairie, 
Loper D II, tanner 21 W Sijringiield av. 
Loper D II, carpenter 21 W Spi-inglield av. 
Loj)er David II, constable 21 W Si>ringlield av. 
Logan II II, car])enter bds Champaign house. 
Logan R, farmer 1()3 E Sjjringfield av. 
Long Frederick, student I I L . 
Lothrop J S, lawyer. 

Lutheran church, n w cor I^niversitv av and Fourth. 
Lumley C G, student I I U. 
Lupton J E, elk Carter house. 
Lutz John, lab r n e cor E Church and Sixth. 
\a\\\ H F, manufacturer and wholesale dealer in mineral water 

and bottled beer numufactory s s University av bet Second 

and Third r 37 w Clark. 
Lyman II ]\I student I I U. 
Lynch John, dk. 
Lynch Bernard, lab r Indiana n I B it AV. 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

H. D. STOLTEY, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

BOOTS and SHOES, 

No. 84 E. University Ave. 

S-pecial Attention to Measured ^Work 
None bzit the Best Stock Used. Fine 
Ooods for lyadies a Specialty. 



M. E. LAPHAM, 



-DEALER IN- 





LUMBER. 



D00i^g, g;qgK, BMNDg, lilME, 

Yard Corner University av and Market St. 

<3HAMPAiaN, Ilyl^INOIS. 



I have the largest and best selected stock of 



mif^l 






in the connt}^, also, the Most Complete Dry 
Sheds, which are filled with the best of 

DRY I^UMBE^R. 



I Cany a I^arge Stock of 

Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, 

Etc. The only place in Champaign where the Genninc 

DELPHI LIME, 



-FROM THE 



DElyPHI I^IME: OOMPAN Y, 

And the Celebrated MARBLEHEAD of Ohio can be had. 
I would call your attention to my Large Stock of 

DOORS. SASH, BLINDS, MOULDLXGS, SCREHX-DOORS, 
Window-Screens. Wooden Eaves, Troughs, Etc. 

Aside from handling everything usuallj- kept in a first-class lumber yard, I handle 

HARD AND SOFT OOAIv. 

I should be pleased to furnish you with anything in my lii e. at prices as low as 
the lowest. If you have any intention of building be sure and see me before you 
buy. I can and will suit you. I keep a good grade of lundjer. Orders by letter 
or telephone will be promptly filleil. No charge for delivery. 

T:Hii_.E:E='X3:onsr:H] isro. w. 

Again thanking you for your liberal patronage in the past, I remain, 

Youis truly, 

M.E. LAPHAM. 



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CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 59 



cAIiL.ISTER Elil M, postmaster r w S Neil 1 n White. 



McCabe Eliza, pastry cook Doane House. 

McCabe Mamie, elk r cor State and Washington. 

McCabe Nellie, sei'vant Doane House. 

McC^ann Maggie, waiter Doane House. 

McCann Mrs M J (wid) r 14S E University a v. 

McCartv James, lab r s s Hill 2 w Third. 

McCartj Pat, r 123 Hill. 

McClelland May E, student I I U. 

McCoi-mick John, wks I C 1 i R r 5 e cor Clark and Third. 

McClelland Grant, student I I U. 

McClelland Kate, ])antry girl Doane House. 

McClure Charles, 2nd Lieut ISth Infty USA Prof military 

science and teacher I I U bds n e cor Clark and Prairie. 
McCulloch, L L, cor Church and Prospect av. 
McCulloch B O, r 132 w Church. 
McDonnell Philip, shoemaker r 50 E White. 
McDoneli J A, physician bds Carter House. 
McB\idden Samuel Jr, elk r n s end Springfield av. 
McFadden W M, wks Champaign mnfg company. 
McFadden Geo, time keej)er I C PR shops r w end Springfield av. 
McFadden A H, tailor w end Springfield av. 
McFadden Samuel, city marshal r n s w end Springfield av. 
McFadden H, flour and feed store w s Market 2 n University av. 
McGraw Michael, elk Henry ife Kariher r n gas house. 
MacFerson, student I I U. 
McGraw John, lab r n w cor Hill and Fifith. 
McGraw Thomas, lab r s w cor Church and Second. 
McGrath, lab r 5 E Hill. 

McGrath Roger, engineer r 3 from cor Park and Second. 
McGarigle Kate, waiter Doane House. 
McGarigle ]\[aggie, waiter Doane House. 
McKee James, (Cobb tfe McKee) over 15 Main. 
McKiiiley James B, (J B & W B McKinley) r n s Church 

1 e Prospect av. 
iflcKiiiley J S & W B, mortgage brokers basement 

National bank building. 
McKinley IViHiain B, (J B & W B McKinley) r n w cor 

Hill and Randolph. 
McKinle>' W B &l €o, (W B MbKinley and J B Lambkin) 

dealer in hides ])elts furs wool etc 17 Fremont. 
McKinley John, farmer r w end Church. 



GO CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECIORY. 

McMiillen .Nfrs Kato, r s s University av 3 e OaTc. 

Mc-Murtrio Wiiliam, professor chemistry I I U r n w cor Clark 

and State. 
]\IcMinn Mattie, compositor Signal office r n s Park 2 e State. 
McMalion Mrs r Park 3 e liandolph. 
McMahou Mrs L, r Park 3 e Randolj)li. 
McManama John lab r n e cor Park and Fourth. 
McManama Mrs, (wid) r s w cor Park and Fourth. 
McPherren George r n Itandol]>h bet Mai)le and Vine. 
McQuay Lewis, stone cutter r s e cor Neil and University av. 
McWilliams A, lab r 48 White cor Locust. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUORS. 

THOMAS MORRTsSEY, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER TN 

Straight Ky. Whiskies 

A FULL LINE OF 

FINE IMPORTED WINES 

FOR MEDICINAL USE. 

Special attentiori given to<3oyi7.try orders 

A LARC4E LINE OF 

IBOTTLIBID O-OOIDS. 
North East Cor. Walnut and Taylor Streets, Champaio;n, 111. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 61 

1\ /TACKAY D F, student I I U. 

Mackay J D, student I I U. 

JVlackay M W, student I 1 U. 

Madenwald F, foreman Champaign mn% co r w s Kandolpli bet 

Union and Thomas. 
Madden Jaiiieij^ M, produce exchange poultry and 

auctioneer 2 from junction Hickory and Neil r s s 

Columbia bet Hickor}^ and Neil. 
Magoon W 11, elk r n w cor Washington and Prairie. 
Magoon G B, (firm Beach & Co) r n w cor Washington and 

Prairie. 
Magee E E, student I J U. 
Mahley Peter, porter Doane house. 
Malian H W, groceries and provisions n w cor Neil and 

Church r s w cor Randolph and Washington. 
Malian Pev I S, r 26 Columbia av. 
Maltby Warren, music dealer 41 Neil r s s University av 2 w 

' Elm. 
Malone John, lab 56 E Hill. 
Malone Wm, condr r n e cor Hill and Fifth. 
Mamb Larry, lab r n s E Clark. 
Manns A G, student 1 1 U. 
Maili^lieitker li V, wholesale and retail grocer 31 Main r s e 

cor White and Neil. 
Marble Silas M, coal and feed store e s Walnut 2 s Main r s s 

University av 1 w State. 
Marsteller W H. carriage trimmer r 60 Randolph. 
Marstellar Frank, elk bds Carter House. 
Marshall Charles, contractor res Neil 2 n I B & W R R. 
Marshall H S, student II U, 
Marshall H L, student I I U. 
Marquis I A, student I I U. 
Martin G W, res Hickory 4 n Main. 
Martin Pat, lab r n w cor Champaign and Wright. 
Martin George, res Hickory 4 n Main. 
Martin Jolm, lab I C R R r 11 Hickory. 

Martin E G, tinsmith r w s Prairie bet White and Springfield av. 
Martin Hugh, carpenter r n w cor Stoughton av and Sixth. 
Martin Mrs Julia, (wid of W H) res Hickory 4 n Main. 
Maslia Mrs Johana, r s e cor Beslin and Wright. 
Matheny R W, elk bds Matheny House. 
Matheny T L, lab bds Matheny House. 



62 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRKC 1 OR Y. 

]Vfatlieiiy Hoil^^e, s e cor Main and Wright. 

JMiitlieny Frank, elk bds Matlieny House. 

-Mathcny T E, jiropr Matlicny lloiiso. 

.Tlaf lie%«>« Jaiiietit, agt I (• K K r n w cor Second and E Park. 

Jtlatflis R SJ, (l)urnliani Trevctt cV: Mattis) r s s C'liurcli 2 \v 

Lynn. 
Mathers Geo 13, student I 1 1-. 
Mathes Etiie, student s w cor Wright and (ireen. 
]\la.\well Wni J, physician r n s Hill 2 w llandol})h. 
Maxwell W 8, r n s Hill 2 e Prairie. 
Maxwell W H, student r n s Hill 2 w Randoli)h. 
^laxtield Bert, elk r North and Walnut. 
Maxtield Iv, elk r n w cor Market and North. 
]\[axtield Kinsey, jjhysician r n s Clark S w J^nn. 

Mellehans , wks Champaign Mntg Co. 

Merrynian Thos J, physician r s w cor Park and Xeil. 

Mei-i-ett Mrs E A. r 2 w n s University av. 

Merrett (Jllie, r w end University av. 

Merrell James H, justice of the peace 27 N Clark. 

J\lerrell F, butcher r (15 Neil uj) stairs. 

Alethodist Ej)iscopal church, n e cor Church and State. 

Metcalt S A, r S Park. 

Metcalt W H, elk rs w cor E Clark and Third. 

Miles W E, student I I U. 

Mills Dr C H, bds n s Church 3 w State. 

Mills Pev J P r n s Cohnnbia bet Pandolph and State. 

Itliller Oscar, hardware, stoves and tinware n w cor 

University av and First bds Carter House. 
Miller J, broom corn raiser r n w cor Elm and Springfield a v. 
Miller Thomas, cutter Star clothing house r same. 
Miller J 55», propr "Famous"' Hardware and Novelty store 10 

Main r n s University av 3 w Kandol}>h. 
Miller Mrs, (w'id Nicholas) r s s I^niversity av 2 w Third. 
Miller James, farmer r n w cor Wright and (ireen. 
Miller JosejJi, elk r n end Neil. 
JVlillcr Jo»«eilll, saloon n e cor ^lani and Oak oj)]) Doane 

House r e s N Neil. 
Miller F], dry goods 11 Main r s w cor Hill ami Prairie. 
Jflilier JsiiilCiii, cashier Champaign National Bank bds Doane 

House. 
Miller John G, harness and saddles 8 Market r e s N Neil. 
Miller Nicholas, r s s University av 2 w Third. 
Miller Charles M, car insjiector I C It R r 17 w Springfield av 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 63 

Miner D W, coal dealer res State bet Thomas and Union. 
Milner David E, (agt John lioper & Co grocers) bds Doane 

House. 
Mills Chas H, physician n s Church 1 w Neil. 
Mincli J, lab r s s Stougliton av bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Mingel J G, bartender r cor E Park and Third. 
Mitchell W K, student I I U. 

Mitchell Gerrett, (c) hostler Peabody's livery stables. 
Moftett G E, inspector telephones bds Carter house. 
Moffett O E, student I I U. 
Moliet Beiiedict, druggist and chemist 33 Main r w s 

Walnut bet Main and Church. 
Moliet Wm, elk r 17 s s W Clark. 
Moliet C, elk bds IT s s W Clark. 
Moliet Mrs Barbara, (wid Benedict) r 17 s s W Clark. 
Moon P, drayman r n s Maple 3 w Randolph. 
Monahan P, wks I C R li r w s S Chestnut. 
M©©a*e Frjiiilli, book binder Signal office r w s Neil 4 n Park. 
Moore E L, student I I IT. 
Monroe A L, lab r 35 W Hill. 
MoreliOHse C !5^, dry goods, carpets and notions 3 Main r n s 

Church 1 w New. 
Morgan W F, r e s Hickory 3 n Main. 

Morgan Nicholas, switchman I C R R r n w cor Hill and Sixth. 
Morgan C W , painter r 47 W University av. 
Morse H M, student II U. 
Morrissey Paiiiel, broker n e cor Walnut and Taylor rs s 

University av 1 E State. 
Morse H B, student I I U. 
Mos»rMS@«?y TStoiBia^, wliolesale and retail dealer in wines 

and liquors n e cor Walnut and Taylor r s s University av 

I e State. 
Morrissey »Johai, wholesale and retail dealer in tobacco and 

cigars s w cor Main and Market bds s s University av 1 e 

State. 
Morrissey Walter, engineer gas wks r s s E Hill. 
Morris j', farmer r 60 E White. 
Moser William, elk (Stern Bros) r n s Park bet Randolph and 

Neil. 
Moss John, (c) barber shop Walnut 2 n Main. 
Morrain William, r 16 Columbia av. 
MlilHken J W, (Walker & Mulliken) r n s Church bet 

Prairie and Elm. 



64 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Mullen E. marble cutter r 55 E White. 

]9Iiiiiliall "IV U, lociil editor Gazette r n e cor State ajid 

Columbia. 
Murpliy LariT, lab r n w cor Park and Fifth. 
Muss Henry, ])ressman Gazette office riS' Kandolph n I B&W 
Musson )^\, F, groceries and j)rovisions s e cor Main and Walnut 

r n e cor Columbia and Prairie. 
Myers M, r s s Clark bet Fourth and Fifth. 
Meyer Fred, lab r n w cor Si.xth and Hill. 
Meyers James, lab r 75 w Church. 
Myers William, elk r s s Vine bet Randolph and State. 
Meyers Jose])h, lab r 27 E Hill. 

MERCHANT TAILOR. 

GEO. A. DALLENBACH, 

MERCHANT TAILOR. 

Geo. A. Dallenbach understands his business 
thorougiil3^, has diplomas to show to that ef- 
fect from the best fashionei' and cutting insti- 
tution in this country. He has a full line of 
foreign and domestic goods always on hand. 

He is our tailor who measures your curves 
And makes fits to delight you in all your nerves, 
Geo. A. Dallenbach has hardly an equal, 
And his excellent business is the natural sequel; 
Makes suits for students to please first-rate, 
Suits for tlie school room and to graduate ; 
8uits for the train-boy, brakesman and engineer; 
For taste and comfort he has never a peer; 
Has the finest of cloths and trimmings nice, 
And always can suit you in goods and price. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 65 

NASH BEXJAMIX, (c) barber s e cor Main and Walnut r s e 
cor Fifth and Park. 
Xalley J, tailor r n s E Main. 
Xatig-htOfia Thoiiiai^, photographer's art parlors over 9 and 

11 Main r n s Vine 2 e State. 
Kavin John, card room boss bagging factory bds Champaign 

house. 
Navln John, lab bds Champaign house. 
Xeelej Kate, student 1 1 U. 

Keer Jas A engnieer I C R 11 r s s University 1 w Randolph. 
Xier A, feed and sale stable w s X AValnut r n end X Walnut. 
Xelsoii ?^ li, manager Western Union and telephone 

exchange r w s Xeil bet Hill and Church. 
Xelson Mrs C. (c) r e end Springtield av. 
jVeSsoia & ^^lartiia, groceries and provisions 67 Xeil. 
Xelson A S, (firm Xelson d: Martin.) 
Xelson K S, r n s Springfield av 2 w Sixth. 
Xesslar John, baker r w s First 2 w University av. 
Xicolet H L. I'ustice of the peace r s s Clark bet State and Prairie 

X\) 31. 
^iles E P, pro Doane house r same. 
Xiles J F, elk bds X Xeil. 
Xims Miss Kate M. dress maker -12 E Clark. 
Xoyd Mrs Frank, (c) r n s cor Third and Hill. 
Xoble John, student I I U. 
XoS>le J A, traveling agt Signal Printing Company res Xeil 

2 s Taylor. 
Xoble John M, elk r 46 White. 
X'oonan John, restaurant and bd house n s e Main r same. 

Xolan . wks at Champaign manfr co. 

Xoid F V, (c) r s s Park 2 e Fo'urth. 

Xorris J H Jr, student I I U. 

Xortli C, fireman r n w cor Locust and White. 

Xorton John, student I I U. 

Xorton M. lab bds Chamjiaign house. 

jVull Thoiiisi!!^ E, book binder Signal book bindery. 

Xye Lewis S, r s w cor Randolph and Park. 

Xye Selden L, city bill poster r s w cor Randolph and Park. 



66 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

PjBENSCHAIN MRS N A, elk. 

Obeii!<t>liaiii L, (G E Ilessel k Son) 33 W University av. 

O'Erijint W J^, carj)enter r w I J^^: W de])<>t. 

O'Bi-ien Tim, tailor r n w eor White and Second. 

O'Brien Josei)li, road master I C ii li r s w cor Washington antl 

North. 
O'Conner Henry, moulder bds e s Hickory 1 s Robinson tt 

Burr's machine sliojts. 
O'Connel James 1>, i)ainter r E Bark 3 e Second. 
Olhausen WAG, student I I U. 
Olmstead Geo, elk r s w cor E Church and Fourth. 
O'Neil Beter. lab r 59 Fifth. 
O'Keil F E, elk r 23 Bloomington av. 
O'Neil W M, elk r 23 Bloomington av. 
Grding John, lab bagging factory. 
Ordway John, r n e cor Bark and Third. 
Osborn Andrew, r s e cor Bark and Randolph. 
Osborn Miss I B, elk ( C S Morehouse's dry goods store). 
Olson L, lab r cor First and Clark. 
Ostrander James, forenum Robinson ct Burrs machine shops r 8 

s Hill bet Neil and Randol])h. 
Olmstead R H, railroader r s w cor E Church and Filth. 
Otteiilieiiiier ik. €o, clothing and gents tarnishing goods 18 

Main. 
Owens N, tailor r 140 E University av. 
Owens Bessie W, student 1 1 U. 



WINES AND LIQUORS. 



THEO. SIEGEL, 

DEALER IN 

LIQUORS AND WINES, 

F>()TTLER OF THE 

jef^EPK f^CpMTZ CELEBl^/IWED MII^W^aKEE BEER. 

AGENT OF 

G. GONEAB'S OBIGINAl BBDWEISEK BEEE. 

No. 17, Market Street, Cliampaio;n, 111. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 67 

V)AGE LEWIS, second cook Doane house. 

Page Samnel K, pliysician r n s Yine 2 w Keil. 

Page A N, r n s Wright bet Stoughton and Springfield avs. 

Page D W, r n s Yine 2 w NeiL 

Palmer Nathaniel, mason r s w cor Fifth and Park. 

Palmer Arthur W, First ass't in chemical labratory 1 I U. 

Pancake J W, r n s Church 2 w Prospect av. 

Pancoast O J, brakeman I C R II r w s Randolph bet Union and 

Thomas. 
Pape Gr W, drayman r s s Washington, 
Parks Thos E. lab r n s Oak 1 w Lynn. 
Parker Geo W, foreman carpenter shop I I U r TT S Neil. 
Parker A S, student I I U. 
Parker W A, student I I IT. 
Parker J, lab r 77 State. 

Parker Mrs J W, dressmaker Barrett blk r 77 State. 
Parmenter G E, student I I U. 
Parr S W, student II U. 
Parr W G, r 83 W Church. 
Parr Harry, s e cor Church and Elm. 
Paro A G, engineer r 83 S Randolph. 
Patner Jerome, lab r over s e cor University and Walnut. 
Patheson Thos. lab bds N Neil. 

Paul Sister, teacher St Mary's school n e cor E Hill and Sixth. 
Paullin Miss Estelle, student I I U. 
Paxton Lillian, student I I U. 
Paxton C M, student 1 1 U. 
Payne G A, r n e cor Neil and Thomas. 
Peabody Neliiii H, regent Industrial university and prof of 

mechanical engineering and physics r n w cor Mt Hope 

and John streets. 
Peabody L W, student I I U. 
Peal>odv Bros, livery feed and boarding stable and hack line 

w s Neil 1 n Hill." 
Peabody S C, (firm Peabody Bros) r w s Neil 2 n Hill. 
Peabody Elmer (firm Peabody Bros) r w s Neil 2 n Hill. 
Peariiiaib .loliai T, physician' ofiice in Gazette building r s 

e cor Neil and Fourth South. 
Pearman J O, student Rush med col Chicago r s e cor Neil and 

Fourth South. 
Pearman Ira E, student I I U r s e cor Neil and Fourth South. 
Pease Fanny and Nancy, spinners bagging factory r Ilarwood blk. 



GS CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Peddic'ord II, a£jricultui*al implements r s e Elm and Park. 

Peddicord Mrs Ma,y, r n e cor Clark and New. 

Peil Anthony, shoemaker r e s E Clark. 

Pence W D, student I I U bds s w cor Wright and Stoughton av. 

Pennington C A. elk Cliampaign national bank. 

Pennington E. agt McCJormick reaper s s Church 3 w Mam r n s 

w end Hill. 
Perkins J F, lab i" n s Washington cor Elm. 
Perkins John, lab Champaign tile workw. 
Pennington Charles, furniture tinisher bds Carter house. 
Pepper II J, agt F P Rush tfe Co elevator bet I C R R and 

street car track r n s Church 2 e State. 
Penny G VV, lab. 

Penny Mrs E, r n s Stoughton 2 w Sixth. 
Parry J II, gas litter and plumber woml iron and chain 

pumps basement 30 Main. 
Perry Mrs Eliza r s s E Park 2 from Third. 
Perkins W C. with II P Harris tV: Co r over 15 Main. 
Pei'ry Mrs Laura, (wid) r n e cor State and Vine. 
Petty Geo R, student I I U. 

Peters Mrs Mary (wid) r s s AV^ashington 3 e Third. 
Peters Charles r 47 E Church. 

I^eters (J C, wo<xi worker r n w cor Church and ^'ourth. 
Peterson E V, (Peterson ct Lloyde) r w s Wright 2 s John. 
Peterson B P, drayman r s s E White bet First and Second. 
Peterson tfe Lloyde, (E V Peterson I) H Lloyde) musical and 

and book store i) Main. 
Peterson H G, student I I U. 
Pctrie J ]V, alderman elk (Busey ct Hardy agricultural 

warehouse) r 118 E Li^niversity av. 
Pierce J H, lab r 19 Columbia av. 
Piles A, shoemaker r 23 E Church. 
Pierce J T, student I I U. 
Pierce Rev William G, pastor Ck)ngregational clmrch r n w 

cor Ch\n-ch and Elm. 
Pierson Charles, farmer r s s E White bet Second and Third. 
Plank P W, sec associate manager bagging factory r 103 s s 

Church bet Lynn and Prospect av. 
Plank Bessie G, student I I U. 

Plotner George, asst spinning room bagging factory. 
Plowman W^ II, student I I V . 
Powell J F, student I I U. 
Powers Mark, student I I U. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTOR Y. 69 

Powers E F, Times bds Carter house. 

Powers II M, r 100 E Springfield av. 

Powers M J, shoemaker r w s Randoljjh 1 n I B & W. 

Poggendorf Jolm, hib r n w cor 4th South and Locust. 

Polk Mrs Catherine, (c) r s e cor Park and Fifth. 

Pratt Thos, r s s Park bet liandolph and State. 

Prestien John, drayman 27 E Springfield av. 

Price Kate C, student I I U. 

Price F M W, attv at law r s s Washington 2 e Randolph. 

Price G M, student I I U. 

Price John F, painter r over 17 Main. 

Price Mary II, student I I U. 

Price M^illiaau, paints oils wall paper window curtains 

fixtures and artist materials 17 Main r n cor JSTeil and 1st 

South. 
Price Mrs Mary, (wid Brazill) r s e cor Randolph and Columbia. 
Price Charles, elk (L Y Manspeaker) r w E Park. 
Price C, lab sugar works r liar wood blk. 
Price Miss Nellie, elk ''Famous." 
Price Thos J, master mechanic I C R R shops r s s Clark bet 

Lynn and New. 
Price A, livery feed and sale stables e s Market res Neil 2 s 

Springfield av. 
Price W E, painter r n s Columbia 3 w State. 
Price T1k)s, elk (Wm Price) r n e cor Neil and 1st Fourth. 
Price David M, r n e cor Neil and 1st South. 
Pride E A, postal elk r w s Neil 4 from White. 
Proessel John, carriage maker bds e s Oak 2 s E Main. 
Pfiester August, retired r n e cor State and Maple. 
Prunk F H, student I I U. 
Pillars C, fireman I C R R. 
Pillars J P, farming r Neil bet Hill and North. 
Public IiiRjrary, Mrs A M Biedler librarian over 2-1 Main. 
Pjrosopstas Miss Mar}', wks bagging factory. 



ro CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

QUIRK JOHN, section boss I B & W r s w cor Springfield av 
and liandolpli. 
Quirk Miss Ella, elk r s w cor Iliukdolpli and Si)ringfield av, 
Quereau F D, elk (Trevett tfe Green) bds Scott House. 
Quinn Rev J J, asst pastor St Mary's church. 
Quinn Robert, asst weaving room bagging factory bds Champaign 

House. 
Quoins Benjamin, (c) barber bds 1 w I C R R n s Main. 



BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

Champaign Business College, 

.^:^ l<^ ID 

Institute of Penmanship. 

GIVES A THOROUGH AND COMPLETE 

INCLUDING 

BOOKKEEPING in all forms, COMMERCIAL LAW, BUSINESS ARITHMETIC 

BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE, BUSINESS PENMANSHIP, 

SPELLING. Etc., and a thorough coui-se in Spen- 

erian Practical and Ornamental 

PENMANSHIP. 




The Principal of this department is a distinguished penman and teacher of rare 
ability, formerly connected with the SPENGERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, at 
Cleveland, Ohio. School open day and evening. For illustrated circular giving 
full information call on or address, 

COBB & McKEE, Principals, 

Olnampaign, 111. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. U 



p AGAN MICHAEL, lab r s e cor Stougliton and Fifth. 

Kandolpli Frank, (c) r n w cor Walnut and North. 

Randolph J AV, (c) kalsominer r 2 e n e cor Walnut. 

Kank Frederick, lab r n e cor Washington and Third. 

Rank Albert, cigar maker r n s E Washington. 

May eFoSaii 1>, atty at law over 31 Mahi r s s University av 5 

w Lynn. 
Ray O W, (c) restaurant and barber E Main n s r same. 
Rayburn J, carpenter r n w cor Thomas and Randolph. 
Ready George, tailor bds Matheny house. 
Ready J, boiler maker r n s White 3 w Third. 
Reed Rev Samuel K, r w s State 2 n Columbia. 
Reed Thos A, real estate and loan agt r n s Church 2 e Elm. 
Reed Mary E, student I I U. 
Reagan M, lab r n ^n S[)ringlield av and Sixth. 
Reagan Mrs, (vsrid^ r 20 s s Clark bet Second and Third. 
Rehberg John, grocer n s University av 2 e First r same, 
Reinhard E P, retired 35 W White'. 
Renner E JI, studeut I I U. 

Rennard C T, farmer r bet LTniversity av and Clark. 
Resy F, lab r n w ci.r Ehn and Springfield av. 
Reynohls John, brakeman I C R R r n e cor Dublin and Sixth. 

Reynolds , lab Flarwood blk. 

Reynolds Mrs, IT Cliurch. 

Roaten C, carpenter r n s Thomas 2 e State. 

Rhodes William H, printer. 

Rhodes Jos, foreman weaving room bagging factory r n e cor 

Park and Third. 
Rhodes Joseph, lab r 22 E Hill. 
Rice G A, car^jenter r 1()0 Church. 
Rice Geo M, farmer r n s Church 3 w Prospect a v. 
Riclmer Miss Rlioda, r 79 S Neil. 
Richner W M, millwright r 79 e s S Neil. 

Richter William, cabinet mkr r 10 E Clark bet First and Second. 
Ricker N Clifford, professor of architecture I I U r n w cor 

Clark and Elm. 
Riddle Geo, carpenter r n s White bet Prairie and Elm. 
Refenberrick Miss Sadie, elk r w s N Niel 2 n Columbia. 
Ringgenberg k, Huff, jewelers 6 Main. 
Ringgenberg C, (Ringgenberg & Huff) r E Hill bet First and 

Second. 
Riley Tlieo, carpenter bds Doyle house. 



72 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

liilej cfe Sluiw, carpenters n \v cor Market and Second Soutli, 

Eitter W C, r 6 E White. 

Jtittenhouse J P, r w s S Iseil 1 s Springfield av. 

Itittenliouse John F, detective r w s S JS'eil 1 8 Springfield av. 

Kittenhouse David T, r E Clark bet Third and Fourth. 

liivers John, (c) r s s University av street car track. 

llink F. lab r n E Third n I J3 cV: AV. 

Itol>biii!!i J ^, sewing machine agent e s Neil 2 s post office. 

Roliert!« Robert L, foreman Gazette office r n s White bet 

State and Prairie. 
Eoberts AVilliam JM, tailor 41 Xeil r s s \\' Washington 1 w Xeil 
Roberts John, tailor 41 Xeil r s s W Washington 1 w Keil. 
Roberts IIuin])hrey. engineer I C R R r 7 e s liandolph. 
Roberts \ B. student, r 16 Ilarwood blk. 
Roberts L (J, student I I U. 
Roberts Mrs, (wid John J) r s end Randolpli. 
RobcsiOii Frank K. (F K Robeson k IBro) bds Doane house. 
Robooil Joliii, (^ Iv Robes(jn k. Pro) bds Doane house. 
Robe!!>oii F K &; Rro, (Frank K and John Robeson) dry 

goods boots and shoes 47 and 49 Xeil. 
Robeson Ct W, cashr F K Robeson vk: Pro bds Doane house. 
Robinson et Purr, (E A Robinson and E M Purr) machinists and 

foundry e s Hickory 6 n Main. 
Robinson Elna A, (Robinson k, Purr) r 73 E Clark. 
Robinson D C, r s e cor Washington and Randol])h. 
Robinson E C, lumberman r s e cor Washington and Randolph. 
Robinson E C, student I I F. 
Roey Mat, night poi-ter Doane house. 
Rogess Thomas, lab r n s Xeil 1 s University av. 
Rolfe Chas W, asst ])rof mathematics and botan}- I I U. 
Rolph James M, brick mason r w s l^mdolph bet Vine and Maple 
Roloff Charles T, tailor r s e cor Dublin and Fittli. 
Roll and Fanny, r n s n end Walnut. 
Jtoney X^ellie, spinner bjigging factory r n s University av 2 w 

Xeil. 
Roney John, sewing machine agt r w s S Neil. 
Roney Maggie, spiimer bagging factory r n s University av 2 w 

Neil. 
Roney J, lab Champaign manfr co. 
Ronalds II L student 1 I U. 

Ross C L, elk r 112 W Church bet Lynn and Prospect av. 
Rosenbaum Mary, servant Doane house. 
Rosenbaum William, engineer r E Church 2 e Third. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTOR Y. 73 

Root John F, lab r s w cor Columbia and Elm. 

Roots William, carpenter r w 55 S Neil No 100. 

Roots Forrest Fay, wood worker r w s S Neil No 100. 

Roots D L, planing mill and gen jobbing shop n e cor Market 

and Second South r w s S Neil No 100. 
Rover William, shoemaker r n s Washington 2 e Lynn. 
Roy George, (c) cook Carter house. 
Roysdon W J, drayman r s s Clark bet Lynn and New. 
Rua Stephen, (c) lab r n w cor Park and Second. 
Rii^g^ Daniel, boots and shoes 51 Neil 2 s Church r n s Hill 

2 w State. 
Rugg Fred D, elk r n s Hill 2 w State. 
Rugg William D, lab r n w cor Hill and Second. 
Rupp A O, student I I U. 

Runkel Mrs Elizabeth, (wid of John) r n s White 2 e L}Tin. 
Rupert A, s s E Church. 
Rush Fred P & Co, grain buyers warehouse bet I C R R and 

street car track. 
Rush Clark, carpenter r n e cor Stoughton and Fifth. 
Rush Mary, elk r n e cor Stoughton and Fifth. 
Riishiiiaiin LiOiiii^, saloon n s E Main 2 w First r same. 
Russel J B, cashier Burnham Trevett & Mattis r n s Church 2 e 

Prairie. 
Ryan Edgar, student 1 1 U. 
Ryan Cornelius, lab s s University av 3 W First. 



74 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORT. 

SABIX C J, dealer in all kinds of agricultural implements, 
coal, seeds, buggies and carriages 57 Main s w cor 

Chestnut and Main r s w cor Clark and State. 
Sabin I C, bookkeeper r s s Park 1 w Neil. 
Sabin Elmer C, agricultural dealer r s w cor State and Clark. 
Salmon D, watclmuiker bds Matlienv House. 
Salisbury J W, elk (Morehouse dry goods). 
Samson J F, student 1 1 U. 
Sarireant ( ■ E, student I I U. 

Schade William, musician r e s Third 2 n I B & W R R. 
Schade Lewis, mason r e s Third 1 n I B A: W R R. 
Schauck Jeremiah, elk r Jlarwood blk. 
Scheemin \, saloon s w cor Taylor and nuirket r same. 
Schmidt AV, blacksmith n w cor >seil and Washington. 
Schneider J, lab Champaign mnt'g Co. 
Schreiber August, butcher r \v s Randolph. 
Hcliliti: JoMepli Bren'ill^- C'o, (Milwaukee beer) dcjiot e s 

Oak 4 s Tniversity av. 
Schlotx Benjamin, barkeeper bds Behrens. 
^<iC'lillBiiiii C; Ji, barkeeper (II C Ahren's saloon) r e s First bet 

White and Chirk. 
SciiiiU:^ .loliii \^', cigar maker r 41 E Church. 
Schultz ( 'harles. blacksmith r s 8 E Church bet Third and Fourth. 
Schular P, lab r n s (Vhurch 5 w Lynn. 
^tiiliiiiai'licr Sc ^iliort', dealers and shippers of live stock 

and first class meat market shop n s University av 4 e First. 
Nt'lillliiai'lKT IVIer, (Schumacher A: Shore). 
ISi'!i\vei/:er A: \%'oo<lv, (Fred Schweizer and Paul W Woody) 

clothing and merchant tailoring 7 Main. 
Schweizer Wm F. elk r s e cor University av and Randolph. 
I!^l'liwei5rer Fred, (firm Schweizer'\fe Woody) r s e cor 

University av ami Ii;indolph. 
Nchllltx cIl SiBiiiBiert, mnfrs cigars over 33 Main. 
Scott A M. Tile mkr bet Urbana and Cham])aign r s w cor Prairie 

and Washington. 
Scott A R, student I 1 V. 
Scott A R, farmer r "I'l S Prairie. 
Scott J A, student I I U. 
Scott J R, farmer r w s State 1 s Thomas av. 
Scott Mrs L, (wid) elk bds Scott IL.use. 
JScott A S, ])rop Scott House n w cor Hill and Neil. 
Sfott Hoii.se, n w cor Hill and Neil A S Scott propr. 
Scudder S E, engineer 1 C Ji R. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 75 

Seam Joliii, lab r s w cor Fourth and Hill. 

Searfoss Mrs Mary, r 29 s s W Washington bet Prairie and State. 

Searfoss John, elk bds 21 Main. 

Sedgwick J C, carpenter r w s Prairie 2 s Springfield av. 

Sevier Mrs M J, r n w cor Columbia av and Neil. 

Second Methodist church, n e cor University av and Sixth. 

Severena Sister, teacher St Mary's school r same. 

Seely C F, farmer r n w cor Springfield av and Prospect av. 

Shafer Dr G O, Dentist over 26 Main r s s W Church bet Lynn 

and New. 
8liattiii*k Haiiiiael IV, Prof mathematics I I U r 8 n s Hill 

bet Neil and Pandolph. 
Shauck J P, elk r Harwood blk. 
Shaw S A, carpenter r 70 S Randolph. 
Shaw J F, painter r s s E Si)ringtield av 2 w Fifth. 
Shaw Bros« Star liaiiiidry, w s Walnut 2 n Main. 
Shaw J C, laundry (Shaw^ Bros)r s w cor Park and Fourth. 
Shaw Phillip, laundry (Shaw Bros) r 169 E University av. 
Shaw David, wks Cliam]mign Tile wks bds Champaign House. 
Shaw James, potter bds Champaign House. 
Sheridan Pat lab r s s University av 2 w First. 
Sherfy C M, notary public and insurance agt office in Marble's 

blk 2 s Main r's s Hill -1 w Neil. 
Sheridan John, compositor Times office r 75 University av, 
Sheridan Pat, lab r s s University av 3 w First. 
Sheridan Dom, compositor Times office r 75 University av. 
Shreve C M, (Britton and Slireve) dentist. 
Sherrell F A, student I I U. 

Shimp Andrew, stone mason r n s Clark bet Second and Third. 
Shriver L J, elk with H Peddicord. 
Shriver Lizzie, wks bagging factory r n gas house. 
Shriver A L. student 1 1 U. 
Shore Henry, (firm of Schumacher and Shore) r up stairs E 

University av 4 e First. 
Shultz Fred, painter r n e cor Park and Fourth. 
Shultz John, Irb r n s E Church 3 w Third. 
Shumway II G, student I I U, 
Shuffieton Thos, machinist I C R R bds s s Hill bet Randolph 

snd Neil. 
Sieg"el Theo, dealer in liquors and wine bottler of Milwaukee 

beer (Budweiser) 17 Market street r same. 
Slater Peter, cooper res Fourth 2 s street car track. 
Slatey Martin, lab I B & W bds Champaign House. 



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Slossoii Howard, chemist sugar wks. 

Seigmund Henry, brick mason r ii s Stougliton av bet First and 

Second. 
Siegler Xancy, laundry Doane House. 
Simpson Kobt A", baker r 80 w s State. 
Simj>son Robert, night policeman rn s Maple bet Randolph and 

State. 
Siiiiiiiert Henry A, cigar mntV r n e cor Park and Tliird. 
Simmons .1, farmer r ?)^ s s \V University av. 
I*^iil$;'er !!iewiii$!;- iiiacliilie Co, James Kobbins manager r e 

8 Neil i> s P (). 
Sickles T II, student 1 1 P. 
Si;;-Iial IMIice, and book bindery 71 ^'eil. 
SimsH N, r 2S E Clark bet Tliird and Fourth. 
Sims J B, drayman 28 E Clark bet Second and Third. 
Sims W, teamster bds Matheny House, 
Sims H B, lab r w s N Neil. 

Smize Charles, butcher r n s University av 2 w Second. 
Singray ALrs. r 77 E S])ringtield av. 
^tiii$;'i>iiMC*li A C, groceries, j)rovisions, glass and queensware 

s s University av 8 e First r s s White 4 e First. 
Singbusch Charles harness maker r n s North. 
Sizer L N, student 1 I U. 

Skinner Edward, lab r s s Park bet Sixtli and Wright. 
Smith W C, compositor Signal othce r s s Vine 1 w Prairie. 
Smith Airs E B, r 195 Neil n I B ^ AV. 
Smith Henry, engineer I C R \\. 
Sjuith Charles, r s s Vine 1 w Piairie. 
Smith S AI, r s w cor C/hurch and Kandolj)li. 
Smith Charles, harness maker bds Alatheny House. 
Smith T J, atty at law and master in chancery over 5 Alain r s 8 

University av 2 w Prairie. 
Smitli € B, circuit judge. 
Smith Joseph, i^c) fireman r Urbana. 
Smith Wm, blacksmith r e White bet First and Second. 
Smith Robert, (c) lab r s;} (liurch. 
Siesci Wm, lab r ji w cor E Hill and Fourth. 
^illiyser W H, editor Times bds s e cor State and Park. 
!!iiii>>ier Power.'* A: Fielclioi^', proi)r Times McCorklebldg 

1st stairway w First Nat bank. 
Smyspr N O, Prof music r 21 w Park. 

Snyder Frank S, comj)ositor Times othce bds w s Springfield av. 
Speer G AV, student I 1 U. 



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Spalding' JT AV, wagon mkr and blacksmitli n e cor Neil and 

Clark r s e cor Spring-Held av and Kandolpli. 
Sperry H F. insurance agt r s w cor Elm and Washington. 
Sperry E A, r s w cor Elm and Washington. 
Sperry E H, r s w cor Washington and Elm. 
Stacker John E, r w s Randolph 11 s Thomas av. 
Ntaley 1' 1", atty at hiw office room 1 McKinley blk r s e cor 

State and Thomas av. 
Stacker Ja-mes, Blk 8S S Randolpp. 
Stanley Edward, surveyor r n s S Church 2 w Itandolph. 
fetar liaHBsdry, Sluiw Bros propr w s Walnut 2 n Main. 
Steen Samuel, lab r 01 Neil. 

Stebbins IT G, vet surgeon r n w cor Neil and Clark. 
Stephenson V L. brakeman I C R R bds Mathenj' House. 
Stephenson William, switchman I C R R. 
Stern N & Bro, (Nathan and Abraham) clothing and gents 

furnishing goods 23 Main. 
Stern A, r n e cor Randolph and Park. 
Stern Nathan, r n e cor Randolph and Park. 
Steele II, harness maker 38 Main r s s e end Market. 
Steele A C, elk r n s Park 3 w Fourth. 
Steele J E, collector First Nat bank r s w cor University av and 

Randolj^h. 
Steele Joseph H, '"The boss auctioneer of the state" rn s W 

Hill bet Elm and Lynn. 
Stevens J Y, jjainter r n s Thomas av 1 e State. 
Stevenson John, r s s Columbia av bet State and Prairie. 
Stewart Mrs, (wid of Samuel) r over 59 Neil. 
Stewart W H, carj^enter r w s S Wright. 
Stewart Samuel, niglit operator telephone exchange. 
Stewart II C, farmer r n w cor Springtield av and Oak. 
Stipes J W, supt Champaign Tile wks r n e cor Washington and 

Elm. 
Stewart J P, farmer r s e cor Fourth and Green. 
St Mary's church, n s Park 2 w Wright. 
St Mary's school n e cor Park and Sixth. 
Stolte}' Chas A, r n w cor Third and Clark. 
Ntoltey H D, mnfr and dealer in boots and shoes s s 

University av 4 e First r White 2 e Fourth. 
Stoltey Wm II, elk r 49 E White. 
Stolts'Fred, lab r 51 E Park. 
Stoneburner W H H, engineer bagging factory r University av 

5 e Fifth. 



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Stoneburner A J, r University av 4 e Fifth. 

Stockham W II, student 1 I U. 

Steady Louis, stone mason r s w cor Beslin. 

Strode George, watch nikr r w s Xeil. 

Strehkiw Kev Henry, pastor United Reformed and Lutheran 

churcli r n \v cor Second and C'hurcli. 
Stipes Abraham, carpenter r n s Park 2 w Third. 
Stipes John, lab 50 Lniversity av. 
Stripj) Mrs, (wid) r 42 s s E White. 
Strahle Geo, sahjon s e cor Wahnit and Tayh)r r n s University 

av 6 e First. 
Strahle John G, tailor r n s University av C e First. 
Strahle Mrs Mary, (wid) n w cor University av and Third. 
Strahle Chas J, bookkeeper (Schweizer *fe Woody) r n s 

Universit}' av 8 w Second. 
Straight B D, student r s s Church bet New and Lynn. 
Strickfelder George, yard man Doane House. 
Stratton S W, student I I U. 
Strode G F, machinist r s w cor Vhie and Xeil. 
Strode Wm, lab r N Neil. 

Strong Alex, lab bds n w cor Xeil and I'^niversity av. 
Strong Bros, (Alexander and A W) grocers 24 ^[ain. 
Strong Alexander, r n s Washington 2 e Prairie. 
Strong A W, r n s Washington 2 e Prairie. 
Strong Mrs, r over n w cor Neil and Church. 
Strout E L, student I I U. 
Stilling J G, lab r s w cor Market and Clark, 
Solomon J W, lab r I^ocust 2 from Springlield av. 
Somers Cora, elk r ibana. 
Souder Luther B, dyer r 17 Church. 
Souder S 11, dye house 65 Neil r 110 N Xeil. 
Souder Mrs Harriet, (wid John) r 17 Church. 
Stickrod II J, farmer r n e cor State and White. 
Squire W (; student I I U. 

Sullivan Pat, lab I C R R r n w cor Washington and Lynn. 
Sullivan William, compositor Times othce res Oak 2 s E Main. 
Sullivan Mrs Ellen, (wid of John) r n s Rjindolph 1 n Williams, 
Sullivan Mrs, boarding house e s Oak 2 s E Main. 
Sutton Mrs E, r n s Park 2 w Fourth. 
Swannell Henry, druggist and chemist n e cor X'eil and Main r n 

s University av 1 w Lynn. 
Sweet W P, mnfr star tubular copper lightning rods. 
Swern W C, student 1 I U. 



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Sweet E L, atty at law office over s e cor Walnut and Main r s w 

cor Clark and Elm. 
Scliwemin Antoine, saloon r 28 W Hill. 



bwjman- 



r n s E White bet First and Second. 



Swingle Miss Rosa, compositor Gazette office r s s State bet 

Springlield av and White. 
Switzer F A, 92 W (Church. 
Switzer Lottie, student I I U. 



FURNITURE. 




Walker & Mulliken, 

. 43 ac -45, 

Opposite Post Office, 

Have constantly on hand the largest and most 
Complete assortment of 

IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS, 

Which will be sold at the lowest possible rates 
For Good Goods. CaU and examine our stock 
and get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. 



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niAFT LORADO, sculptor r s s John 2 w Wright. 



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Tiitl II P, sewing machine agt. 

Tahnage Maj William, retired bds Matheny house. 

Tatman Frank, tailor bds Matheny house. 

Taylor J F, student I I IT. 

Taylor Geo F, student I I U. 

Taylor W, machinist r 36 E Springfield av. 

Taylor Washington, (c) r n s Clark 3 e Neil, 

Taylor J li, butcher 03 Neil r n w cor Randol})!! and Washington. 

Taylor William, (c) hostler M Eichberg. 

Temperance hall, over 39 Main. 

Telephone Exchange, S L Nelst.n manager over first national 

bank. 
Tenney II W, fireman I R R r n s AVhite 2 w Neil. 
Tenney Mrs S F rn s White 2 w Neil. 
Tenne}' W O, fireman r n s White 2 w Neil. 
Terbush Jennie, student I I IT. 
Terbush P, bariier shops and bath rooms basement Gazette bldg 

r s s Clark I w Elm. 
Terwilliger A A, elk Trevett Bros. 
Theodeta Sister, teacher St Mary's school. 
Thor])e Henry, engineer I C R R 19 Park. 
Thorn Marv, r S Neil near Main. 
Thonuis John, r 143 W Church. 

Thomas Mrs Mary, (wid of Harry) r n w cor Randolph and Park. 
Tliompson Lewis W, night elk Doane house r n e cor Vine and 

Prairie. 
Thompson V C, farmer r 19 W Springfield av\ 
Thompson Mrs J, r s s Clark bet Elm and Vine. 
Thompson L P, student I I U. 
Tierney John, r s w cor White and Sixth. 
Tierney Mat, lab r 3 E Church. 
Tierney Mrs, (wid) r e s Fifth n I P & AV. 
Tierney Miss Kate, res Fifth 2 n I 1> cV W. 
Turney Michael, lab r 50 E Ilili. 
Todd James, blacksmith r Harmon blk. 
Tierney John, lab r 18 E Hill. 
Torsey F J, student I I U. 
Tolls 'W, (c) lab r n s I B & W depot. 
Townsend W K, r s s Columbia bet State and Prairie. 
Train Master's office I Q R R, Joseph C Brankey train master 

e 8 I (J R R 1 s Main. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 81 

Trevett Meury, (Trevett & Green) r n e cor Park and New. 
Trevett J R, (Burnliam Trevett &, Mattis) r n w cor 

Columbia av and Randolph. 
Trevett &: €>rreen, (Henry Trevett and J B Green) hardware 

stoves tinware coal and agricultural implements n e cor 

Main and Walnut. 
Trevett Uros, (T H and J E) hardware stoves and plows 28 

Main. 
Trevett T H, r s w cor University av and Prospect av, 
Turnell F W, student I I U. 

Turnell Harry, sewing machine agt r s w cor White and Elm. 
Tucker L H, messenger Western Union r s of street car track on 

Fifth. 
Tucker C, farmer 4 n s W Clark, 
Tucker H P, druggist r w s Fifth 1 s street car track. 
Tucker B F, carpenter 44 W Clark. 
Tufford C D, physician 12 Main r same. 
Turner hall, s s Univ^ersity av 2 w Second. 
Turner M N, r University av 3 w Fourth. 
Turell G A, asst cashier first national bank r n w cor Prairie and 

Clark. 
Tuttle C W, sewing machine agt bds Matheny house. 



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TNGER MRS, (wid) r s e cor Vine and Elm. 



United States Express office, W F Washer agt 29 Main. 
Utterback C C, marble cutter bds e s Hickorv 6 n Main. 



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T rANCE PLEASANT, lab r n e cor Walnut and Second South. 

Varney Lucy J, r 72 Church. 

Vaughan G It, barber r N Sixth near I B is, W. 

Vaughn James, shoemaker r n s Thomas 2 e Xeil. 

Vaughn Edward, engineer I C II R r n w cor Columbia av and 

Prairie. 
Vest S, engineer I C R R 13 First bet University av and Clark. 
Van Dyle, r s e cor Clark and Prairie. 
VanXegan Miss Ella. 
VanMeter W elk r 20 Clark. 
Vanderhoof B, student I I U. 

VanCorder J W, lab r n s AVhite bet State and Prairie. 
VanMeter Mrs, r s s Clark bet Lynn and New. 
Villars Jlev I, r Harmon blk. 
Vincent R, condr I C R R r 19 E White. 
Victor R, traveling agt r s w cor Clark and State. 
Vial E R, student I I U. 
Viiil F K, student I I U. 
Tittiiiii W Cy, china store wholesale and retail dealer in 

crockery and glassware 12 Main bds Ca.ter house. 
Vogel, C(inrad, sluK'maker r w s First 8 n University av r same. 
Volliiier Til, agt Jos Schlitz Brewing Comj^any warehouse 

bet Oak and First. 
Voigt Albert, lab r s w cor Washington and Elm. 
Voight Mrs Pauline, r n e cor Hill and Fifth. 
VonHolten Christ, lab 48 E Church. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 83 

\llK\y^ J N, coimnercial agt r 48 W White. 

Ward II A, train (iis])atclier I C R R r s e cor Clark and New. 

Walton Clarence, student I I U. 

Walhlev E, tinner r n e cor Lynn and White. 

Walters Michael, lab r 9 E Church. 

Waldo H D, lab r s s Springfield av 3 w Wright. 

Waldron L II, (c) janitor e s school r 105 E Sj^ringlield av. 

^Valker Fraiifis T, (Walker & Mulliken) r n s Church 3 w 

Randolph. 
Walker James, (c) lab. 
Walker &l MeilEikeii, (Francis T Walker and John W 

Mulliken) mnfrs and dealers in furniture w s Neil opp 

Gazette office. 
Walsh I W, student 1 1 U. 

Walsh A D, farmer r s e cor S]3ringlield av and Lynn. 
Walters Mrs A, r Harmon blk. 
Wallace J D, machinist bds n end Lynn. 
Wallace J J, farmer n end Lynn bet Wabash and I B & W. 
AVallace Fred L, elk r n end Lynn. 
Wallace Charles, elk bds 17 Columbia av. 
Wallace Alex, lab r IT Columbia av. 

Washer Charles, harness maker r s e cor Church and Sixth. 
Washer L, brakeman r E Hill 3 e Sixth. 
Washer F M, express driver r s s Columbia 3 w State. 
Washer, W F agt U S and Pacific express Co r s w cor Dublin 

and Wriglit. 
Washer August, cigar mkr r s w cor Dublin amd Wright. 
Washer Fred, wagon mkr r s w cor Dublin and Wright. 
Washer William, cigar mkr r s s Dublin 2 w Wright. 
Washei- William, lab r E Hill 2 w Sixth. 
Washer John, r s w cor Dublin and Wright. 
Wicks Washington, (c) r n s Clark 2 e Neil. 
Washington Hall w s Market. 

Washington Rev William, (c) res Fifth 1 n Clark. 
Waters C, tile mkr 52 E Church. 

Watkins Thomas, wks bagging factory bds Champaign House. 
^Vaiig-^ft Joiltii A, restaurant 23 Main (basement) r s s Clark 

bet Neil and Randolj)h. 
Waugh Mrs F D, r 29 n s E White. 
Way William M, r n s Clark 2 e Third. 
Weber J P, barber shop 37|^ Main r Urbana. 
Weber Alex, barber r Urbana. ---s 



84 cnAMPAlG^ CITY DIRECIORY. 

Webber II T, agt r 25 Colnmbia av bet State and Prairie. 

Wells Etta C, .student I I IT. 

IVeeliM MOcl%%ar(!, brick yard r 124 s s E University av. 

Weeks David, fai-nier r s e cor University av and Second. 

Weeks .J li, salesman (Trevett A: Green) rn s Vine 1 w lijindolpli. 

Weeks Geo A, student 1 I U. 

Weeks Abiah, cooper r n s University av fi e First. 

Wiggs F G, teamster bds Matlieny House. 

Weishly K, planing and scroll sawing s w cor Neil and 

Ulark r s e cor Lynn and White. 
Wernard Garrie, domestic Doane House. 
Vk^'sstcrii i iiioii U'le;;rsiiilj olincc, 14 Main S L Nelson 

manager. 
Wilber Ennis, job wagon r n w cor Church and Randolph. 
Whalen Pat, farmer r s s Glnirch 7 w Pr()S])ect av, 
Whalen Thos, lab r r.8 E Church. 

Whitmore Mrs Martha, (wid of Edward) r 18 W Park. 
Whitmore S L, student I I U. 
Whitmore Miss Kate, r 42 E Clark. 
Whitnev Mrs J ,J, boarding house KIO E I'niversity av. 
White G N, retired r 72 W Church. 
White Mrs II L, rents rooms 174 E University av. 
Wilmot F, foreman sugar wks. 

Wilkins S, dressnuiker r n s White bet Randol])h and btale. 
Wilkins E d, lailroader r 88 E White. 
Wilkins F S, machinist r 87 E White. 
AViikins HA, nuichinist r 87 E White. 
AVilkinson Airs Abbie, teacher in vocal aiid instrumental music 

I I U r s s University av bet New and Lynn. 
Wilske Frank, engineer Tile wks. r s s Stoughton av 8 e Fifth. 
Wilske (yhas, lab r 5(5 StiMighton av. 
Wilske E J, stone mason r n s Springfield av bet Fourth and 

P'ifth. 
Wilske J, lab r n s S})ringfiel(l av 2 s Fourth. 
Wilson J T, blacksmitii r n s Hill bet Uandoli)h and Neil. 
Wilson Alfred, elk (i) Kugg) r e s Hickory 5 n Main. 
Wilson Joseph, lab r e s Neil n I B tV: W. 
Wilson James, lab r e s Neil n I B tt W. 
Wilson Perry, elk. 

Wilson T A, r e s Hickory bet Main and Washington. 
Wilson Miss Minnie, r s e cor ('hurch and Sixth. 
Wilson Miles, wks sugar factory. 
Wilson J li, r 58 W Church. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 85 

Wilder Eev C N, r s e eor Praii"ie and Hill. 

Wilder Charles, lab Schlitz brewery r n gas house. 

Wilder H W, student I I U. 

Wilde Charles, lab r liill 2 e Eandolph. 

WiU'OX l-rauk, Title abstracter, real estate dealer and loan 

agt basement n w cor Walnut and Main r s e cor Hill and 

State. 
Wilcox A C, elk r s s Hill 1 e State. 
''IVileox JL !*», physician and surgeon office over 51 Neil 

Metropoliton blk r same. 
Wilkins Mrs Elizabeth, r 37 E White. 
Wilkins H O, insurance agt r 37 E White. 
Willis G C, dry and fancy goods, ncjtions etc 15 Main r s s 

Church 2 w Elm. 
l.ViIlis A: Sherty, real estate loan agency, foreign passage 

and connections, farm loans at lowest rates 15 Main and 

e s Walnut 2 s Main. 
Willis Charles, porter Carter House. 
AVilliams Fred, lab r s s E Church 1 e Third. 
Williams S, (c) lab r 65 Stoughton av. 
Williard R. student I I U. 

Wingard David, jeweller 33 Neil r n s State 2 s Washington. 
Wingard Mrs B F, r s w cor State and Washington. 
Winkle John, lab r E Hill 2 e cor Sixth. 
Winslow A, carpenter 13 E White bet First and Second. 
Witt Fred, lab r ^3 Hill. 

Witt Charles, haruess mkr r E Washington 2 e Fifth. 
Witt John, lab r 2 n s Beslin 1 e Wriglit. 
Witt William F, cabinet mkr r 11 X Randolph. 
Wood F M. condr I C R R r 19 s s AV Washington. 
Yl^olt'e Joliu !!», atty at law office room 3 Harmon blk. 
Woldt Mrs C, r w s Randolph 8 s Thomas av. 
WoUer John, lab r s s Beslin 2 w Wright. 
Woods Arthur L. asst prof of mechanical engineering I I U. 
Woody Paul AV, (Schweizer A: Woody) r s e cor University 

av and Randolph. 
Woody W A, salesman r 43 E White. 
Woodruff Albert, baker with Charles Glover. 
Woodruff John, janitor w s public school bldg r s e cor White 

and Elm. 
Woodruff' George, farmer r s e cor White and Elm. 
Woodruff W, tarmer r s e cor White and Elmr 
Woodruff A. lab r s e cor White and Elm. 



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AV().)(lw()i-tli W, student T T IT. 

Woodwoi'tli S K. tailor r 75 K (Mark. 

Work J i\I, iiiillor r s o eor Keil and AVhite. 

AVork Afiss ]>ettie. telejilione operator r n o cor Neil and Wliite 

Wright ]\[ S, student I I IT. 

AVriirlit Jas S, retired xVMS E T'niversitv av. 

Wrio-ht J E, student III". 

Writtenberfir ('has, hib r s s (^liurcli 2 e Fifth. 



yARBA JERRY, (c) lab. 

Yeats Geo, 'lab r s w cor Chirk and First. 

Yeats A J, ]>hiner Cham]>aign nnifg Co r s w cor Chirk aiul First. 

Yeats Anna and Allie, dress nudving 2G Main r s w cc)r (^hirk and 

P'irst. 
Yorkshire Jeivmiah. hd) i* s e cor Ehn and Washington. 
Yorkshire John, liarness nikr r w s Keil n 1 W it W. 
Young Monroe, fruit tree agt r s s Vine 2 w Neil. 



fVESll (^lIARLEiS, lab r s w cor AVright and Beslin. 
Zillar J()sej3liine, student I T U. 



UEBAI^A STEEET DIEEOTOEY. 



STEEETS RmWING EAST AND WEST BEGINNING 
AT THE SOUTH. 



Ater, 7 s Main from Race w to limits, 
Oregon, 6 s Main Irom e to w limits. 
California, 5 s Main from e to w limits. 
Dry, 4 s Main from e to w limits. 
High, 3 s Main from Busej av e to limits. 
Green, 2 s Main fi-om e to w limits. 
Elm 1 s Main from Busey av e to limits. 
White, 1 s Main from county road w to limits. 
Stoughton av, 2 s Main fi-om North st w to limits. 
Springfield av, 3 s Main fi'om North st w to limits. 
Street car track. 

MAIN, main business street fi"om e to w limits. 
Water, 1 n Main bet Central av and Vine. 
Clark, 1 n Main from Orchard w to limits. 
Heater, 2 n Main fi-om Market n e to limits. 
Park, 2 n Main bet Market and Race. 
Locust, 2 n Main bet West and Race. 
Front, 3 n Main bet Orchard and Race. 
Church, 3 n Main between Wright and Eads. 
Hill, 4 n Main bet Wright and Eads. 
University av, 4 n Main from e to w limits. 
First, 5 n Main fi-om Lincoln av e to limits. 
Beslin, 5 n Main bet Wright and Eads. 
Dublin, 6 n Main bet Wright and Eads. 
Champaign, 7 n Main bet Wright and Eads. 
Grove, 8 n Main bet Wright and Eads. 



STREETS RUNNING NORTH AND SOUTH BEGINNING 
AT THE EAST. 



Lynn, 6 e Market frt)ni ALiiin s to limits. 

Grove, 5 e Market from Main s to limits. 

Maple, 4 e Market bet Green and Dry. 

Urbana, 3 e Market bet Dry and Green. 

Vine, 2 ^ Market n and s to limits. 

Walnut, 1 e Market n and s to limits. 

MARKET, n and s to limits. 

Race, 1 w Market n and s to limits. 

Grove, 2 w Market bet Water and Locust. 

Broad, 2 w Market trom Main s to limits. 

Central av, 3 w Market bet Main and Front. 

Birch, 3 w Market from Main s to limits. 

West, 4 w Market trom Main n to liniits. 

North, 4 w Market from Main s to limits. 

Orchard, 5 w Market n and s to limits. 

Coler av, 6 w Market n and s to limits. 

Busey av, 7 w Market n and s to limits. 

County road, 8 w Market from Main s to limits. 

Lincoln av, 8 w Market from Main n to limits. 

Babcock, 9 w Market n and s to limits. 

Harvey, 10 w Market n and s to limits. 

Eads, 11 w Market from Springfield av n to limits. 

Goodwin av, 11 w Market continuation of Eads s. 

Somers, 12 w Market trom Springfield av n to limits. 

Nelson av, 12 w Market a continuation of Somers 8. 

Romine 13 w Market from Springlield av n to limits. 



URBAJSTA CITY GOYEHNMEI^T. 



Hon. Samuel T. Buset, Mayor. 

Charles B. Holmes, City Clerk. 

N. A. Riley, City Treasurer. 

B. A. DuNLAP, City Attorney, 

Duncan Mc Lennan, City Marshal and Supt of streets. 

Robert Bo'svman, JS^ight police and lamplighter. 

Louis Wagner, Fire Marshal. 

Charles Schlorff, Foreman Fire (Company. 

J. E.CoNE, Police Magistrate. 

ALDERMEN. 

Joseph Park. 

William D. Somers. 

Charles Schlorff. 

William Webb. 

William G. Brown. 

E. J Heller. 

William H. Guyer. 

John W. Lewis. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 



Finance — W G Brown W D Somers and J W Lewis. 

Streets and alleys — J W Lewis Charles Schlorfi" and Joseph Park. 

Gas and gas light — W H Gnyer W D Somers and J W Lewis. 

Fire and water — E J Heller Wm Webb and W G Brown. 

Police— Wm Webb E J Heller and W H Guyer. 

License — C'lias Schloi'tl W G Brown and Joseph Park. 

Board of health— W D Somers Chas Schlorff E J Heller and W 

H Guyer. 
Fire wardens — Joseph Park Charles Schlorff W G Brown and 

W H Guyer. 

Council meets tiie lirst Monday of each month. 

Population of Urbana 2864. 



STREETS RUNNING NORTH AND SOUTH BEGINNING 
AT THE EAST. 



Lynn, 6 e Market from Main s to limits. 

Grove, 5 e Market from Main s to limits. 

Maple, 4 e Market bet Green and i)rj. 

Urbana, 3 e Market bet Dry and Green. 

Vine, 2 (! Market n and s to limits. 

Walnut, 1 e Market n and s to limits. 

MARKET, n and s to limits. 

Race, 1 w Market n and s to limits. 

Grove, 2 w Market bet Water and Locust. 

Broad, 2 w Market trom Main s to limits. 

Central av, 3 w Market bet Main and Front. 

Birch, 3 w Market from Main s to limits. 

West, 4: w Market trom Main n to limits. 

North, 4 w Market from Main s to limits. 

Orchard, 5 w Market n and s to limits. 

Coler av, w Market n and s to limits. 

Busey av, 7 w Market n and s to limits. 

County road, 8 w Market from Main s to limits. 

Lincoln av, 8 w Market from Main n to limits. 

Babcock, 9 w Market n and s to limits. 

Harvey, 10 \v Market n and s to limits. 

Eads, 11 w Market from Springfield av n to limits. 

Goodwin av, 11 w Market continuation of Eads s. 

Somers, 12 w Market trom Springtield av n to limits. 

Nelson av, 12 w Market a continuation of Somers s. 

Romine 13 w Market from Springlield av n to limits. 



UEBAISrA CITY GOYEimME]^T. 



Hon. Samuel T. Busey, Mayor. 

Charles B. Holmes, City Clerk. 

N. A. Riley, City Treasurer. 

B. A. DuNLAP, City Attorney. 

Duncan Mo Lennan, City Marshal and Supt of streets. 

Robert Bowman, Night police and lamplighter. 

Louis Wagner, Fire Marshal. 

Charles Schlorff, Foreman Fire ('ompany. 

J. E.CoNE, Police Magistrate. 



ALDERMEN. 

Joseph Park, 
I Willi 

Second Ward 



T^. ^ ,,7^ ^ I J OSEPH i^ARK, 

First Ward | _ William D. Somers. 

; Charles Schlorff. 

William Webb. 

William G. Brown. 



™'-JWard ^ E. JIWek. 

T^ ^T TTT ] i William H. Guyer. 

lH>urth Ward | j_^^ ^ Lewis. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 



Finance — W G Brown W D Somers and J W Lewis. 

Streets and alleys— J W Lewis Charles Schlorff and Joseph Park. 

Gas and gas light — W H Gnyer W D Somers and J W Lewis. 

Fire and water — E J Heller Wm Webb and W G Brown. 

Police— Wm Webb E J Heller and W H Guyer. 

License — CJhas Schlorff W G Brown and Joseph Park. 

Board of health — W D Somers Chas Schlorff" E J Heller and W 

H Guyer. 
Fire wardens — Josepli Park Charles Schlorff' W G Brown and 

W H Guyer. 

Council meets the first Monday of each month. 

Population of Urbana 2864. 



WAED B0UIN[DARIES. 



First ward — all that part of the city east of Haee and iioi-th of 
Green to limits. 

Second ward — all that part of the city west of Race and north 
of Elm to limits. 

Third ward — all that part of the city south of Elm to limits 
and east to liace. 

Fourth ward — all that part of the city east of Race and south 
of Green to limits. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 



URBANE <3ITY 

DIRECTORY. 



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i3a3--^_ 



(For Abbreviations see page. 29.) 
^1 » » i» 

A HL.RI€H ArCJrST, ioreman carpenter shop I J3 & W 
i~i. r w s Lynn 2 e Main. 

Albert Jesse, farmer r s s Ater 1 e Birch. 
Albright Jesse, foreman Besore Bro lumber yard r s w cor 

Market and Dry. 
Alley Arthur, bar keeper Wahl & Shroyer saloon r 

Champaign. 
Alexander Nelson, r s w Grove and Main. 
Ainley H A, lab r s s E Main 2 w Lynn. 
Anderson Jordan, (c) teamster r s w Elm and Yine. 
Anderson Sylvester, (c) lab r s w cor Vine and Elm. 
Anderson George (c) teamster r s w cor Vine and Elm. 
Ater J, lab r s s First -i e Walnut. 

Ater Abram, car repairer I B & W r s s First 2 w Busey av. 
Austen W M, lab bds e s Race n Main. 

Ayres Fred, compositor Herald office r n s Oregon 2 e Market. 
Ayers Jf F, student I I U r s e cor Dry and Lincoln. 
Ayers Belle, student I I U. 
Ayers Nettie, student I I U. 
Ayers AM, r s e cor Dry and Lincoln av. 
Ayers Homer W, atty at law r n w cor Busey av and street car 

track. 



100 URBAN A CITY DJBEC20RY 



ABCOCK G H, student I I V bds n w cor Elm and North. 

Bagley David \\ marble vard w s Race 2 s Main r w s Kace 3 s 

■ Elm. 
Baker llenry, lab bds w s 2 n Park, 
Baker A B. janitor I I U. 
Baker Ira O, prof civil engineering r s s Springfield av 1 w 

Goodwin. 
Baker \l. road master 1 B <t W r w s Central av r n Main. 
Balclwic'k llc-liry, barber shops basement Herald building 

and n s Main 2 w Busey's bank. 
Baptist Churcli, n w cor Urv and Race. 
Barr Andrew, brick and tile maker ^ mile n e court house r n w 

cor University- av and (irove. 
Bartley Pat, boiler maker I J 5 A: W shoj)s r s e cor Elm and Vine. 
Bartholow Rev M, r s s (ireen 2 e Eads av. 
Bates John, lab r s s E Green near Lynn. 
Beasley William A, j>lasterer and mason, r e s Walnut 4 s 

Oregon. 
Beasley Vic, brick mason i- e s Walnut 4 s Oregon. 
Beaumont Joseph, r s s Main bet \'ine and Walnut. 
Beckwith L S, condr 1 B iV: W. 

Beerbowc'ic K l», agent 1 Bet W bds (iriggs house. 
Beepes ]\rarliii. teamster r near tile and brick yard. 
Benedict Mrs-Mary L, (wid IS ^l) n s Green 3 e North. 
Bellan Erank J^, r s s W Main 3 w Nortli. 
Bennett Sam, lab r 39 Walnut 2 s Green. 
Bennett .lames, teamster r s e cor Bird) and Ater. 
Bennett Mrs Eii/.abeth, r s s Di-y 2 e Trbana. 
Bennett Al. engineer r n w cor I'niversity av and Coler av. 
Bennett T. cuudr I B A: W bds n w cor Orcliard and (lark. 
Be<*ore li;e«r;;e, (Besore l^>ros) r s s Dry J w Vine. 
Bcsore C'liarlesi, (Besore Bros) rooms overs w cor Main and 

Marker. 
Besore A: Br«, ((ieorge and Charles) <lealer8 in lumber coal 

lime hair and cement yanl and olHce w s Race opj) Parks 

mill. 
Benton ¥ \V, agt r s s IJigh 2 e Birch. 
Bills F |y, commercial salesman (l^)illsct Lindlev) r w .s E 

Main. ^ 
Bills Sl Liiidley, ])i*oprs tancy bazaar news depot and 

notion store s s Main under St. Nicholas hotel. 
Billings W A, night elk Griggs house r same. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 101 

Biiig' Joiisi!!^, clothier r n s High 2 w Bircii. 

Bing Leon, jeweler and engraver 22 Main r n s High 2 w Birch. 

Bird C H, barber r in masonic building. 

Birney Dr S H, r n s Elm 2 e Coler av. 

Birney S M, r n s Elm 2 e Coler av. 

Black Mrs ISarah, (wid ol'Elwel F) re Main. 

JBla^'k^liaw lilcUvard, dentist 18 Main up stairs r n w cor 

Basey and ISpriogtield avs. 
Blakeman \V, brakeman IB& W bds n w cor Orchard and Clark 
Blackwell J C, painter r s s Clark bet Busey and Coler avs. 
Blanchard Perry, brick mason r n e cor Elm and Walnut. 
Biish F M, student I I U. 

Blue James P, car repairer IB & W r n s Clark 2 e Busey av. 
Blue Firm, lab I B tk W shops r n s e end University av. 
Board of Education, S T Busey prest C B Holmes elk. 
Boley Wm, lab r e end Main. 

Bond John, teamster r n e cor Oregon and Walnut. 
Boutcher John, brakeman bds n w cor Clark and Orchard. 
Bo%viiiail KoSiert, night police r n s e end University av n 

Griggs house. 
Boyd John W, elk r e end Main. 

Bradford A, engineer I B & W r n e cor Broad and High. 
Brash Geo, lab r s w cor Market and High. 

Braucher Miss A, student I I U n e cor University av and Wright 
Briggs S C, engineer 1 B it; W r n e cor Broad and High. 
Brinkman A, cigar maker (Nat H Cohen) bds Griggs house. 
Bronson Lewis, engineer Sutton k. Sheldons tile works r 12 Elm. 
Browniield Jeremiah, lab r s s Vine 2 s Main. 
Brownlield Simeon C, painter r n e cor Lincoln and University avs 
Brotherhood Locomotive engineers, I O O F hall. 
Broirii Dr Myroii IS," office ov 15 Main r n w cor Elm and 

Broad. 
Brown W €J, de])t county clerk r s s High 3 e Birch. 
Brown Mrs, (wid F A) r s s Dry 2 e Walnut. 
Brown S, student I I U. 

Buck A W, painter r s w cor Grove and Main. 
Bullard S F, student II U. 
Bruer Mrs M, (wid Ashael) 78 E Main. 
Burii!^ Jaiiie!!^, mail agent Delphos and St Louis route rooms 

9 E Main. 
Burns R C, engine dispatcher I B & W^. 
Burns II C, engineer I B & W. 
Burrill John, farmer r s e cor High and Coler av. 



102 UEBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bmclsliaw Rev Art! i in*, r s s Main 4 w Race. 

Biirrill Thoj* .1, prof botany horticulture and vice prest 1 1 

U r s e cor Green and Nelson. 
Burk P E, de])tj sheriff otiice court house. 
Burpee Charles \a^ i)rest first national bank Urbana r 

Champaign. 
Burt Benjamin, farmer r 1 E University av. 
Burt Jesse, r s e cor Green and Goodwin av. 
Burt F S, r s e cor Green and Goodwin av. 
Burton C M, fireman I B & W bds St IS'icholas. 
Burnett Christopher, farmer r 82 s Race. 

Butler James I, janitor court liouse r n w cor Market and Green, 
Butts W, lab brick yard. 
Busey's Hall, 21 Main up stairs. 

Busey Mathew D, farmer r w s Lincoln av 1 n I B tfe W, 
Busey Mathew E, farmer r n w cor Main and Busey av. 
Busey .Hathew W, (firm of S T and M W) r s e cor 

Orchard and First. 
Busev Naiiiuel T, (firm S T and M W) r n w cor Main and 

*West. 
Busey S T & .n IV, bankers 21 :Main. 
Busey S H, r n s University av opp Orchard. 
Busey John S, r s e cor Springfield and Busey av. 
Busey Geo AV, bkpr Busey ""s bank bds 32 Main. 
Busey's Bank, (S T and M W Busey) 21 Main. 
Busey William, r n s University av o])p Orchard. 



BAZAAR AND NEWS DEPOT. 

THE FANCY BAZAAR, 
NEWS DEPOT, 



QOQGXDCXXXXXXXDGGXDOO 




TME^ eHAMPAIG>f (3«IINTY 




PublivShed at Urbaiia, 111., 



Has Hie largest circulation of anij jjapcr published in the 
County. Rcpiiblica?i in politics, and fearless in dis- 
cussing current questions of the day. It is conced- 
ed that it is the best advertisijig medium in the 
County. It carries no non-paying subscrib- 
ers, and hence it reaches that class of 
people who pay their bills. 
As a newspaper it has no cf/ual in Central Illinois. It 
spends more money for news than all the other 
newspapers in the County combined. 

SUPKRIXTENDKNT SHAWHAN 

Keeps the people posted, each iveeh, as to what th eir 1 J . U (1 
children are doing in the public schools. It is the 
People's Paper, and its 2,860 subscribers 
speak its praise in almost every read- 
ing 'family in the County. 
Terms. $2 a, year. 



ITS JOE KEPABTMEI^T 

/* jir.'it-class in every respect. You can get anything 

from a visiting card to a circus j)oster. at th e 

lowest rates. First-class job printers 

and first-class material in 

sures first-class work. 

Address M. W. MATHEWS. Fi opriotor. 

TTrTostansL, Ulincis. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 103 

0AIN JOHN & Co, inntrs aucl dealers in boots and shoes 11 
Main street. 
Cain Morris, teamster r 70 Market. 

Cain C E, travelling agt r n w cor Springfield and Eads avs. 
Caklwell Jack^^oii, condr Wabash r e s West 2 n Main. 
Calhoun Hichard, hostler round house I B & W r s s University 

av bet Orchard and West. 
Calhoun John, lab 1 B & W shops res Walnut 2 s Yine. 
Calhoun Geo, fireman I B & W r e s Walnut 2 s Vine. 
Call & Xevy, dealers in agricultural implements, warehouse 

s w cor Elm and Market. 
Call CJeorg'e ^W, (Call & Levy) wagon nikr and blacksmith 

shop s s Elm 2 w Market r s e cor Race and Dry. 
Cannon Daniel D, constable r n s e end Main, 
Carman B F, farmer r s s Springfield av n Eads. 
Cantner John, carpenter r s w cor Green and Vine. 
Caiitlier Charles I*, dealer in groceries and provisions 34 

Main bds 13 Main. 
Cantner James, elk C P Cantners grocery bds 13 Main. 
Campbell J G, student I I U. 
Campbell J A, (Loomis & Campbell grocers). 
Carpenter Charles, condr r n s California 3 e North. 
Carpenter Jefi', lab r s e cor Ater and Broad. 
Carpenter Lafayette, res Bircli 2 s Ater. 
C^irrier ^Villiaiii, section foreman I B & W r 14 Grove. 
Carson James, brakeman I B & W bds n w cor Clark and 

Orchard. 
Carson Thos B, r n s High 1 e Birch. 
Carter M ¥ B, second hand store 47 Main Blackshaw bldg 

r same. 
Cary Edward, lab brick and tile yard. 
Cary Elwood, lab Sutton k, Sheldons tile and brick yard. 
Cary John T, lab r n s Chirk 2 w Busey av. 
Cary R II, lab rn s Clark 2 w Busey av. 
, Cashen Mrs Ellen, res Race n end. 
Casdorf Louis, teamster r s w cor Park and Market. 
Casdorf Fred, lab r s w cor Park and Market. 
Castor A J, carpenter r s s Green 2 w Birch. 
Caywood Mrs M F, r s s California 2 e North. 
CiiaiiiimKg'ia Coiiiiiy MeralcS, M W Mathews editor and 

propr n e cor Market and Main. 
Charles G W, blacksmith res Walnut 3 s Oregon. 
Chapman W, farmer r n e cor Oregon and North. 



104 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 

Cliapinan Mrs S, r n e cor Xortli and Oregon. 

Cliuse J M. elk r s s Oregon 2 e Broad. 

Chase M E, pli()togra])lier r s e eor Sjiriiigtielcl av and Wright. 

Cliase S T, r se eor 8i)ringtiekl av and Wright. 

Chirk K F. student III". 

Clark ]V[rs E, r s w eor Walnut and Oregon. 

Clark W I), elk first national bank r Champaign. 

Clark ^I W, abstractor office court house. 

Claybourn E S, lab at tile factory r Oregon 2 s California. 

Circuit Clerii's OtiRce, Jasj)er W l^.orter circuit elk office in 

court house n w room 1st lioor. 
VXix Clerk'?* Office^ C 13 Holmes elk over s e cor Main juid 

Puiee. 
City Council CissiBikbers, over s e cor Main and Kace. 
Cohen Xatliaii U, mnfr and whol and ret dealer in line 

cigars and tobacco r n e cor E Main and West. 
Colvin TliOlliai^ J, (Oldham ^: Colvin butchers) rs s Dry 2 

e Race. 
Colvin Clyde, butcher bds St ^Sicholas hotel. 
Cole Mrs S J, laundry r n s Si>ringtield av bet Eads and street 

ear track. 
Corkery T W, blacksmith and jjractical horse shoer shop w s 

N Kace opp Ilalberstadt's mill. 
Conrod John, lab bds n s Park 8 w Market. 
Carson D A, lab bds St Nicholas hotel. 
Cone J E, atty at law r E Dry bet N'ine and Walnut. 
Conley Jack, engineer I B A: W bds n w cor Clark and Orchard. 
Conerty llsi^li, saloon 8 Main r n s Elm 2 w Vino. 
Concrty James, lab r s s Elm 2 w Vine. 
Connor Daniel, lab. 

Conerty D, cigar mkr (Xat IP Cohen's mnfry). 
Cosiier RoOeri, day yard man 1 B k. W K K r n s 

University av 1 e West. 
Cotton S C, student I I U. 
Courtney Mrs Rebecca, r s s Elm 2 e Walnut. 
Copenhaver Simeon, lab. 
Comity Treasurer's* ofliee, Thos A Lewis treasurer office 

court house. 
Comity Clerk's oiftce, James S McCullough clerk court 

house 1st floor. 
Couct House, s s Main bet Market and Walnut. 
County Jail, s w cor Main and Walnut. 
Courtney William, lab 1 B cV: W shops r Elm 2 e Walnut. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 105 

Cowley James, lab rue cor AValniit and Water. 

Cowley Richard, lab I B tfc W r n e cor Walnut and Water. 

Crabtree F T, painter r s w cor Green and Coler av. 

CVaiger Fred, lab I J3 & W shops r n w cor Walnut and Water. 

Creek Daniel, teamster r s e cor Oregon and North. 

Creek John F, carpenter r n s Oregon 2 w ISTorth. 

Cross William, wagon mkr r n e cor Green and Walnut. 

Cromwell J (!, student I I U. 

Crystal I^ake Jiiid i'liioii Park, J Y Wallick propr 

bet Market and Lincoln av. 
Cummings MissCarrie E,dept county recorder r cor Birch and Dry. 
CiBiiiiiii^liaiii A vOs, atty at law office over s w cor Market 

and Main. 
Cunningliam N D, lab r California 2 s Vine. 
Cunningham J X, lab r n e cor Main and Lynn. 
Cusing G H, cigar mkr r Champaign. 
Cjirtiss liiJeo Yl^, vice Fres tirst national bank and post 

master r s s Elm 2 e Broad. 



SECOND HAND STORE. 



MARTIN V. B. CARTER, 



DEALER IN 



Second Hand Goods. 

store North side of West Main, in Blackshaw's Building. Parties desiring to 
bay HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, of every descriotion at reduc- 
ed prices should call before purchasing. An INVALID CHAIR, good as new 
for sale very cheap. Also a Bracket Saw, Barnes patent. 



TINWARE EXCHANGED FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. 

n commission. You will make and save money by cal 
irchase or dispose of household goods. 

MARTIN Y.B. OART^R. 



I also receive goods on commission. You will make and save money by calling 
on me if you wish to purchase or dispose of household goods. 



106 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 

T^ARAII WILLIAM, lab r n s Main 1 w I B & W shops. 

Davidson P'rank, macliinist I B tfe W shop bds s w cor Main and 

Vine. 
Davis J O, student I I U. 

Defibaugh iSamuel, engineer r s s Main bet Vine and Urbana av. 
Deiibaugh Anderson, hdj r s end Broad. 
Defibaugh Charles, lab tile yard r n s California 2 e Walnut. 
Deiibaugh William, teamster r s end Bi-oad. 
Defibaugh Daniel, lab r s end Broad. 

Denham jVIrs M, (wid Theodore) r n s California 2 e Race. 
Denny M A, r s e cor Dry and Nortn. 
Denton John C, car])enter r w s Market 1 s California. 
Dickerson W II, car repairer I B cV: W r s s rniversity av 1 w 

Lincoln. 
Ditto J A, farmer r s w cor Oregon and Broad. 
Dolicrtv JO!4Cpli, blacksmith (Canj])bell *fc Doherty) r n s P] 

Hill 2 e Wright. 
Doherty Kate, elk bds s s Water 3 w Market. 
Donavan .lohn, lab r nr brick yard. 

Doil^'Slii A: Slr<»iiS", meat inarket e s Race 3 s Main. 
Doilg'Slii Joliii if, (Dougan c^: Strong) r s w cor W Main and 

Busey a v. 
Dougan Elmer, elk r s w cor Main and Busey av. 
Dougan Thos, farmer r s w cor Main and Busey av. 
Dovon D, brakenum bds n s Park 3 w Market 
Downey A flosej)!), carj)enter r n w cor Water and Cottage Grove. 
Downs Miss Ilaimah, milliner 30 Main r same. 
Dunkhart Charles, fireman I B tic W bds n w cor Clark and 

Orchard. 
Dunn W S, elk res Dry. 

Dunlap A, flagman I B tfe W r s s University av 2 e Orchard. 
Dunlap G W, condr street car r 2 South cor California and Race. 
l>lllltO|) Jailie^, insurance agt office in Busey blk r Water 3 e 

Market. 
]> II II tail B A, atty at law office over Sim's drug store bds n s 

Dry bet Lincoln and Busey av. 
Dunlap R L, student I I U. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 107 

P AELE MISS M F, student 1 1 U. 

Ennis J R, n e cor Oi'egoii and Market, 

Elder Mantle, student I I U. 

Enterprise Fowiiclry and Maehinc Shops, Thomas 

Wright ct; Son proprs n e cor Grove and Locust. 
Ermentrout W J, r n e Busey av and Green. 
Ermentrout K M, student I I U. 
Eubellng Alexander, res Race 2 s Elm. 
£nbe!ing' Fred E, dealer In boots and shoes 15 Main bds 

13 Main. 
Everett Mrs M A, r n s University av 2 e Wright. 



DENTISTRY 

S. A. ROMINE, 

Doctor of Dental Surgery. 

15 Main .ji^^^ftV^ ^5 ^^^^"^ 

URBANA. ^^Q$fy^ URBANA. 

Filling, ^xtractiug, Inserting iLrtificial 
Teeth, and Facial r>eforniities (Corrected. 

I Make a Specialty of the care of Children's teeth, and 
Diseases of the Bucal Cavity. Gas administered for the 
Painless Extraction of Teeth. 

S. iL. ROMIN^, I>. I>. S. 

15 MAIN STREET, NORTH SIDE, URBANA, ILLINOIS. 



108 URBAJSA CITY DIRECIORY. 

THAXCY BAZAAR AXD ]VE\VS DEPOT, Bills & 

P Lindley })r()j)S s Main. 

larquassoii M, student I 1 U r bet Springfield av and street car 

track. 
Fauley A M, fanner r s s Green 4e Ijjreli. 
Fickle P) F, trav agt r n s street car track 1 Goodwin. 
Finch Allen, commercial traveler bds St jS'icholas. 
Finefrock J ]I, miller r over s \v cor Main and Market. 
Flickonton M, student 1 I F. 
First .\atloiial ISsiiik. C L Bur])ee ])rest G AV Curtis vice 

prest F Richards casliier n e cor Main and Market. 
Fitzgerald Morris, blacksmith r n w cor Green and Birch. 
Fitzgerald Fat, r s e cor ]\Iain and Vine. 

Fitzgerald j\Irs M J, (wid John) r n s Main 1 w I B tt W sliop. 
Fitzgerald ^[ichael, cigar nuiker (X II Cohen). 
Fondersmith Geo, gunsmith r s e cor Fads and street car track. 
Forbes Charles, lab r s s Race bet Green and Ilitjh. 
Ford tt Thomas, agricultural im])lements e s X Market. 
Ford William J, agricultural implements. 

Fogarty Michael, I B ^ W sho])s r n e cor Green and "Walnut. 
Foot Chas 15, firenuin Wabash. 
Foot Frank, elk r s w cor Ehn and Orchard. 
Foot William J, r s w cor Elm. and Orchartl. 
Frankeberger Albert, lab r 30 E Oregoti. 
Frankeberger F M, tinware stoves and sewing nuichines 3*J W 

Main r same. 
Franklin Homer, iireman I B tfc W bds St Nicholas. 
Freeman Gus, engineer 1 B A: W r n e cor University av and 

Orchard. 
French Frederick, lab I B «fe W r n e cor Oregon and Urbana. 
Frost J L, brakeman I B ct W r s s SiM-ingtiehl av 2 e Eads. 
Freyer P^bene/er, stone mason r e s Race 1 n Main. 
Freyer Mrs Elizabeth, r s w cor First antl West. 
Freyer George, brick mason r s w cor First and West. 
Freyer Thos, brick mason r s w cor First and West. 
Fre_yer Eb, brick mason r s w cor First ami West. 
Frientz Fred, wi})er 1 B tfc W shops r Urbana av. 
Fugate John T, physician r s w cor Broad and High. 
Fulton Robert, porter Griggs house. 
Fukenstein Max, clerk with M. Lowenstern. 

fargerson Joseph, teamster r near Sheldon A: Suttons tile yard. 
Furgerson M, student 1 I U. 




URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 109 

p'ANA WILLIAM, commercial traveler r s s High 2 e Market. 

Garmen Isaac, yard master I B & W bds 13 Main. 

Garwood C W, watchmaker (O Riley's) r ('hampaign. 

Gaucher John T, r n s Stoughton av 2 e Coler av. 

Gary Owen lab I B & W li R. 

tS-ere Jofitsi, dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, caps and carpets, 

3 Main r W Main bet Orchard and Coler av. 
Gere Warren M, (dry goods r Ogdenj. 
Gere Myron S, r s e cor Broad and Elm. 
Gilbert *F M, student I I U. 

Gill li Z, student 1 1 U r n w cor Busey av and Green. 
Gill Z E, r n w cor Busey av and Green. 
Gilbert Frank, painter r n w cor Green and Eads./V 
Gilmore Geo W , lab res Race 2 s Culitornia. 
Glasscock James H, agt res Race 1 s Ater. 
Glove William, r e end First opp Union Park. 
Gordon E M, iab r s s Elm 2 e Market. 
Goodspeed Walter, lab s s Oregon 2 w Race. 
Goodspeed Luther, elk res Race s California. 
Goodspeed C H, molder wks Champaign. 
Goodspeed H M, compositor Gazette office r s s High 2 w 

Orchard. 
Goodspeed Mrs A, r s s High 2 w Orchard 
Goldschmidt E W, student bds n e cor Broad and Green. 
Goldschmidt A G, student bds n e cor Broad and Green. 
Gossett J P, condr I B & W r n s Clark bet Busey and Lincoln 

av. 
Gossett Lewis, condr Wabash r s s Clark 2 e Busey av. 
Gossett Levi, hostler r s s Clark 2 e Busey av. 
Grable Emerson, lab r nr I B cfe W round house. 
Grables E B, lab r s s Dry 3 e Race. 
Graham Robt, lab r n s High 2 e North. 
Garham W W, student I T U. 
Granger Jack, engineer I B & W bds St Nicholas. 
Granger's exchange, by M E Monnett n w cor Race and Elm. 
Grant Jeremiah, harness mkr basement s e cor Main and Race r 

e s Market 2 e Green. 
Grant William, tinner r e s s end Market. 
Gray Mrs R A, (wid E S) r 2 s cor Clark and Busey av. 
Greeley G H, armorer I I U. 

Greuzard L S, ])ainter r n s Main 1 w 2nd ward school house. 
Grice Albert, lab r nr brick vard. 



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URBAN A CITY niREClORY 



Grice Asbury, lab r nr brick yard. 

Grigg'i^ IIoil!»e, Lindslcv ^V: Owens propr s e cor AVest and 

Chirk ironting 1 P> ^ W K li. 
Grossbeck Charles, "boiler nikr I B ife AV shops r s s Main 2 e 

Lynn. 
Grove Geo, car])enter r s e cor Xortli and High. 
Gulick William, lab r n s Water 2 e Race. 
Gustein J 1*, engineer 1 B c'v: W bds n s e end T^niversity av. 
Guyer William II, shoemaker r s e cor Market and Oregon, 



CRYSTAL LAKE AND UNION PARK. 




^=^ 2Sr ID; 



CRYSTAL LAKE. 



The most beau^.if ul and plea.sant resort in the srate for picnics and pleasure pai - 
ties. The Park has been fitted up vn itli seats and large stands for pulilic occa.sions 
and celebrations. CRYSTAL LAKE has been deepened and enlarged, and is now 
a beautiful sheet of water. 

Can be had for rowing or sailing. '!he Faik is fiee to all jiicuics or pleasure par- 
ties or societies desiring to hold celebrations or re-unions. 

J. Y. ^V^yTiLi^i^Ki^K, Prop. 

-fi-X_.SO IDEu5^I-iEI^ IInT ICIE. 



JO. E. HUNT 

No. 20, MAIiN STREET, URBANA, 



-DEALER IN- 



DRUGS, BOOKS,STATrNERY 
WALL PAPEE, 

A General Assortment of 

SCHOOL BOOKS. 

The Lai^gest ami Finest Assortment of 

Holiday Goods in the City. 

lycgal Blanks of all kinds al^y^ays on hand. 

Particular attention given to th 3 compounding and 

Preparation of Prescriptions 

BY AN EXPERIENCED DRUGGIST. 



OZIAS EILEY, 



DEALER IN 



WATCHES, 

CLOCKS& JEWELRY 

SILVER AND PLATED WARE, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, GUNS, 
Revolvers, Etc., Etc. Agent for 

WflEEIiER Z: WILS6N, Tm FOHgEJIOLD gEWI^G 

2x/£.iL.CB:i:bT:H]S. 

URBANA. ILLINOIS. 



THE "MAEKET." 

No. 4, Race Street, Urbaiia, Illinois. 

Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Canned Goods Earthen and Wooden Ware, 
Cigai-s, Tobacco i and Confectioner}*. 

The Stock is New and Fresh. 

I respectfully solicit a share of the Public Patronage. 

Chounivy I^roduce Bought For <Jash or 
Takeri in E^xchaRge for Ooods. 

fl. i. SGOGGINS. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. Ill 

TTADRA F, student 1 1 U. 

Halm H, clothing IT Main r s w cor Elm and Coler av. 
Halm M, elk r s w cor Elm and Coler av. 
Hsiine!^ Miss Idsa, librai-ian r s s Elm 2 e Broad. 
Malbcrstadt Eli, pi-o Union mills w s Race 2 n Main r n e 

cor Central av and Main. 
Halberstadt George, miller wks Union mills r over 40 Main. 
Hall Saml R, r n e cor Lincoln ay and sti-eet car track. 
Hall B D, peddler r n s Stougliton av and street car track. 
Planey William, lab r n w cor California and Grove. 
Hamm Jacob, lab r masonic building, 
Haney John R, lab r w s Race s end. 
Hardy Mrs Anna, r n w cor Race and Ater. 
Harper M L, day elk Griggs house r same. 
Harris Henry H, trader r n w cor Oregon and Race. 
Harris Ambrose, (e) lab r Elm 3 e Walnut. 
Harris John, r n w cor Oregon and Race. 
Marry ^fliirtisa M, goeeries and provisions 1 Main r s e cor 

Walnut and Green. 
Harry Wilson, butcher r n e cor California and Market. 
HariT Joseph, r s vi^ cor California and Market. 
Hart Leon, i^eddler r n w cor Birch and Elm. 
HaMer^per§-er Feter, jnerclumt tailor and draper 3 up 

stairs r n s Green 2 E Walnut. 
Harvey Joseph D, farmer r n w cor Main and Urbana av. 
Harvey Williams, farmer r s s Main 1 w Lynn. 
Harvey Mrs M, (wid) r s s Clark 1 e Busey. 
Hawley Oscar J, butcher r n e cor Busey av and Elm. 
Hsiys <3 ^V, princi]3al public schools r Y3 University av. 
Hays A F, blacksmith and wagon maker s e cor Main and Broad 

r 73 University av. 
Mayiies &; Corkery, blacksmiths and general repair shops 

horse shoeing a specialty shopw s Race opp Halberstadt' s 

mill. 
Hayiies Kobcrt, (lirm Haynes & Corkery) blaeksmitli r s w 

cor Clark and Coler av, 
Hecker William, wagon maker r Webbers fourth addition. 
Meiaer ]E J, (firm Heller & Toy) r s s Dry 3 w Race. 
Hellei* & Toy, transfer hack and baggage line feed and sale 

stables and coal dealers s s Elm 1 e Race. 
Heller Joshua, farmer res AValnut 2 s Oregon. 
H eller John, engineer r n w cor Oregon and Walnut. 



112 URBAN A CITY JJIRECTOEY. 

Ilellor Richard, tounister r s c cor Dry and Urbana av. 

Holt John, shoemaker and leathei- artist 14 Main r n s 2 e Vine. 

llennis E, hib res liaee 1 n Main. 

Ilerbstriet Jacob, taih)r r Chanqiaign. 

Herrington 1) E, student r n e c(M' Wriglit and University av, 

lliclder William, waii;oii maker r s e cor Grove and California. 

IJicks (t Jj, student 1 1 U r s e cor Wright and University av. 

Hill William M, r n w cor E High and Walnut. 

Hill W" H, farmer res Vine bet Green and Elm. 

Hill William, lab res Vine bet Green and Elm. 

Hill W A, student I I U. 

Hill Gora J, student I I U. 

Hill Addie M, student I I U. 

Hiserodt Edward, master mechanic 1 J> A: W slio})S r s e cor 

Dry and Urbana av. 
Hiserodt VV, r s e cor Dry and Ui'bana. 
Hiserodt William, fireman r s e cor Dry and Ui-bana. 
Hoblitzell Mrs Esther, rs s Elm 2 w Vine. 
Ilogan () S, sewing machine agent r n w cor Lincoln and Glai-k. 
Holloway Mrs, r s e cor Green and Broad. 
UoElllCM diarle!<i B. city clerk and night foreman round 

house r 44 West California. 
Houser David, teamster r w s Green bet ilace and Market. 
Howe W li, r s s Stoughtou av 1 w Eads. 
Hisbkard TliciiEa!^ S, (firm Hubbard & Son) r n s Green 1 

e U>irch. 
lIllllliaE'cB Ac Sen, hardware iron stoves guns ;ind cutlery 

maiuifacturers of tin and sheet iron ware 18 Main. 
IIiibbaaNi ^wCO ^V, (firm Hubbard tfe Son) r n w cor J^Mrcli 

and Gregon. 
Hubbard 1 Tarry E, student r w s Green 1 e Birch. 
Huffman Mrs, (wud) r w s Lynn bet Gi-een and Main. 
Hunt .floe l"J, druggist chemist and stationer and dealer in 

fancy goods 20 Main r s Green 2 w Grchard. 
Hunt iVlrs Isabella, (wid Charles) r n s Elm 3 e Xorth. 
Hunt C A, elk r n s Elm 3 e Clark. 
Hunt ]j I, elk r n s Elm 3 e North. 
Hunt Edward, cigar maker r Cliamj)aign. 
Hunt T F, student I I U. 
Hurd Clinton, lab r s s Green and Lyim. 



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URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 113 



B & W FEEIGIIT OFFICE, n w cor Market and I B & W. 



I B &: \¥ Ticket dJij^ce, E P Beerbower agt Griggs liouse 
Illinois lBidw.?»ta*ijiil University, bet Nelson and Wright 

s s Green. 
Inis George, blacksmith IB & W r n w cor California and 

Orchard. 
Ingalls Frank, elk I B & W freight r s s California 2 w North. 
Ingalls William, painter r 20 w Oregon. 
Ijams J R, r n w cor Race and Green. 
I O O F Hall, over 12 Main. 

Ireland Madist)n, street car driver r n e cor High and Market. 
Insle)' Aaron, lab I B & W shops r s s street car track. 
mini, published semi monthly by students Illinois University 

S W Parr ed in chief H S Van Petten bus manager A C 

Braucher foreman. 



TAMES JOHN, brakeman I B & W. 

Jackson James, carpenter r s s High 2 e Race. 

Jackson Thos E, elk r s s High 2 e Race. 

Jackson Mrs Elizabeth, (wid John) r s s High 2 e Race. 

Jackson W H, saw miller r n w cor Race and Park. 

Jaqnes Frank G, lawyer office s s Elm 2 e Broad r same. 

Jaques W P, r s s Elm 2 e Broad. 

Jaques Miss Minnie, student I I IT r s s Elm 2 e Broad. 

Johnson JTohn D, r s e cor Elm and North. 

Johnson Joseph, carpenter I B & W shops r s e cor High and 

Market. 
Johni^on Engene €, engineer I B & W r s e cor Race and 

Oregon. 
Johnson Geo B, r 52 Urbana av. 
Johnson R B, carpenter r s s Dry 3 e Birch. 
Johnson H, (c) lab r n s Chamjjaign 1 e Wright. 
J(jhnson Frank, lab r s cor Market and Iligii. 
Johnson Lawrence L, depty sheritfbds s e cor North and Elm. 
Johnson John, s e cor North and Elm. 
Johnson Richard, lab w s Eads 1 n Champaign. 
Johnson M S, lab i; s s University av 1 e Babcock. 
Judson Lattin, student I I U. 
Julian Elias W, elk, r n s West Elm 2 w Birch. 
Julian Mrs M L, teacher public school r n s West Elm 2 w Birch 



IH VRBAJS^A CITY DIRECIORY. 

KAIJCIIER MARTIN W, urcliitect and builder r s .w cor 
inroad and Oregon. 
Kaucher Thomas C carpenter r n (^ cor Broad and Oregon. 
Ivellar Thomas, street car condr r n w cor Water and Mai'ket. 
Keller J^ F, j)laster r e s Walnut 5 e Oregon. 
Kendall W F. student bds s e cor Wright and Springlield av. 
Kennedy James blacksnnth r w s Urbana av 2 s C alit'ornia. 
Kent J M, student I 1 T. 
Kennedy David, lab r N Iltice. 
Ikiliney .EoIibi, (Wertz & Kinney) projir Chicago water 

elevator and ])uritier r s s Water 2 \v Vine. 
Kerby John, lab r nr brick yard. 

Kerr Archibald, (retired) r e s K ^fai'ket 2 n I B ct AV. 
Kerr James P, farmer r e s N Market 2 n 1 B ^ W K W. 
Kerr 'I'ltoiliasi W, mason and contractor r e s JS' Market 2 n 

I B cV' W li B. 
Kerr Iiej«iter J, mason and contractor r e s N 2 n I B & W 

R \i. 
Kerr 'yiWss liVde C, music teacher r e s N Market 2 n I B> *fc 

W \l \l. * 
Kerr ISrosii, (Thos W and Lester J) masons and contractors. 
Kimball liobt M, tinner r s e cor Green and Vine. 
Kirby Nelson, foreman r N Market s s tile wks. 
Kirb\' Klias lab wks Sutton A: Sheldon tile yard. 
Kirby Z C, farmer r s e cor Broad and Ater. 
Kirby Oeorge, brick and tile yard r 52 n s Urbana av. 
Kirby John, lab brick yard r 52 s e cor Dry and Market. 
Kisby Levi, engineer r s w cor Dry and ^Lirket. 
Kiler John, engineer 1 ]> tV W r n w Central av 2 n Main. 
Kiler Mrs Lottie, (wid William) r n s California 2 e Itace. 
Kingsbury , condr 1 B"& W bds s w cor First and Coler 

av. 
Klines Jane, domestic res Race 1 n Main. 
Knowlton Everett, drug clerk bds Grigg's house. 
Krabbe Fred, saloon 5 Main r n s Green 3 e AValnut. 
Kyle Thos B, county surveyor r s e cor F^ads s s car track. 
Kyle Ralph, school teacher r s e cor street car track and (ioodwin 

av. 
Kyle James, school teacher r s e cor street car track and Goodwin 

av. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 115 

T ACKEY ELI, baker r s w cor Walnut and Water. 

Lacy Jeremiah, r s e cor Oregon and jSTorth. 

Laird Miss Maggie, boarding r n w cor Clark and Orchard. 

Laird A, r n w cor Orchard and Clark. 

Lanham B S, blacksmith e s Market 2 n Main r n w cor 

Stoughton and Coler av. 
liaiihaiii &: SleiaSiiM*^-, blacksmith and general repair shop e 

s Market 2 n Main, 
Iians;'iey S W, county judge office at court house r Champaign. 
Lattin J A, r s e cor S]3ringiield av and Wright. 
Kjawrenee dJeo ^V, painter r 39 California. 
Lav/rence Richard, painter r n s California 3 w Broad. 
Lawles Mrs M J, r n s Main 1 e I B & W shops. 
Leal Thos R, farmer r n s Green 1 e Groodwin. 
Lee W T, barber 26 Main. 

Lehman Daniel M, street car condr r s w cor High and Walnut. 
liChr P SS, retail dealer in cigars tobacco and pipes 10 Main r s 

e cor Green and Market. 
Lemme E L, student I I U bds n e cor Broad and Green. 
l«evy J T, (Call & Levy) agricultural dealer r s e cor High and 

Market. 
Le^Vfis A T, deputy county treasurer r s w cor Coler and 

Springfield av. 
Lewis Andrew, (retired) r s w cor Springfield and Coler avs. 
I^ewis Tlioiiias A, county treasurer office court house r n s 

Stoughton 4 w North. 
liCwis Joiin W, r 53 E Green. 
Lewis J C, (c) brick mason and plasterer r n w cor California and 

Walnut. 
Liddy Mrs Margaret, r s e cor California and Urbana av. 
Xiiwlaey ^V W, (Bills & Lindley) deputy^post master rs sDry 

2 w Race. 
Lindley E E, elk freiglit office I B & W r s w cor Race and High. 
IjiiKl'ley ^ & A H, physicians and surgeons office over 20 

Main. 
liiiitlley B>r M, (M & A M Lindley) r s w cor Race and High. 
liiiidley Dr A M, (M efe A M Lindley) r s w cor Race and High. 
liiiidi^ey B F, (Lindsey & Owens) Griggs'house. 
Lindsey James, farmer r n e cor Walnut and High. 
Lindsey Wm, painter bds s e cor Broad and Elm. 
Letteniore Samuel, blacksmith I B & W shops r n s Main bet 

Grove and Lynn. 



116 UEBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Littler Isaac, engineer I B & W r Main 2 w Vine. 
Littler Albert, tarmer r s e cor Oregon and Birch. 
Littler AV C, r w s ^NEarket 3 s Oregon. 
Lootnis & Campbell, grocers s w cor Market and Race. 
Loomis O P, (Loomis & Campbell) r s w cor Dry and liace. 
liVOii!!) Theodore, propr ISt Nicholas hotel lb Main r same. 
Long John C. r s e cor Stoiighton a^■ and Busey av. 
Long Samuel, tin ware and stoves 39 Main. 
Long D C, r n s Dr}' 2 e Broad. 

Lougbrake J L, fireman I B & W r n e cor Green and Vine, 
Lott G B, fireman r e s Urbana av 3 s Dry. 
Lott Albert, lab railroad res Urbana av 3 s Dry. 
Lott Jose])h, lab r n w cor Vine and Dry. 
Lott Mrs Sarah, (^wid of Jacob) r n w cor Vine and Dry. 
Lloyde Geo, r n e cor Grove and Green. 

liOiveii stern 3M[orri!«., dry goods boots shoes clothing and 
gents furnishing goods 40 Main r n e cor Elm and Coler av. 
Lowenstern Monroe, elk r n e cor Elm and Coler av. 
Luther George, lab r s s ^lain 3 w North. 

FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING. 

LOUIS WAGNER, 

The Oldest Eslablislied Furniture House in Champaign Couoty. 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

FURNITURE, BED gPRIJMGS, W^ M^TR^gf^Eg, 

Also Manufat'ture all kinds of OflBce Furniture and Desks. I make a Si)ecialty 
OF FRAMING PICTURES. 

Undertaking in all its Branches, 

Mr. Wagner, has had long and extensive experience in the Understaking Busi- 
ness and Burials entrusted to his care will be conducted in the most satisfactory 
manner. All kinds of COFFINS, CASES, AND SHROUDS and Burial Goo<ls at 
REASONABLE PRICES. 

EAST END MAIN STREET, URBANA, ILLIKOIS. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 117 

]\ /TcCAIN JOHN L, r s w cor California av and Orchard. 

MeClaiii Allen, assessor r s e cor Main and Coler av, 
MeClaiu J «F, deputy circuit clerk r n s Elm 2 e Birch. 
McClure G N, student I'l U. 

McConnell John, machinist r Grove 1 s Wabash R R, 
McClurg John, machinist I B & W shops r s e cor University av 

and Orchard. 
MeCiilloiig'h JafiiC!^ S, county clerk office court house r s 

s Oregon 1 vs^ North. 
iVIeDonnell Albert H, billiard hall basement 10 Main. 
McDonald John, r s w cor Green and Walnut. 
McGregor W G, student II U. 
McGraw Thos, elk west end saloon r same. 
McMti^li Thos W ^justice of the peace and township 

collector office e s Kace 2 s Main r n s High 2 w Eace. 
McKeys A J, blacksmith r u e cor Lincoln av and Clark. 
McKenzie Daniel, publisher Champaign and Urbana directory r 

72 University av. 
McKenzie John M, r 72 University av. 
McKenzie Thos B, stenographer r 72 University av. 
McKenzie John, r w s Race 2 n I B & W. 
McKenzie James, caller I B ifc W r w s Race 3 n I B & W. 
McKenzie Mrs Mary, (wife Elias) r w s Race 1 n I B & W. 
Mclieaii liCwis A, local editor Herald r n e cor North and 

High. 
Mclieniiaii Dnneaii, city marshal and street commissioner 

r n s University av 2 e Lincoln a v. 
McNutt Rev G L, (Presbyterian church) r n s Elm 3 e Birch. 
McWilliams Mrs Elizabeth, millinery and fancy goods w end 

Main r same. 
McWilliams Samuel Jr, fireman I B & W r n e cor Oregon and 

Race. 
McWilliams Samuel Sr, r n e cor Oregon and Race. 
McWilliams Miss Kate, music teacher r n e cor Race and Oregon. 



118 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 

MxVDENWALD WILLIAM J, lireman I B it W r n s High 
2 e Birch. 
Madison Tlios, (e) cook r s w cor Bace and ('alifomia. 
Ma^'iiire Bro<>i, painters sliop w s Market 2 n Green. 
Ma.U'liire AVilliaiil, jiainter r n w cor Dry and l^rbana av. 
]?Ia^iiire diaries, painter r n w cor Dry and Urbana av. 
]9la$;°iiire ^lor/.ela;*, painter r n s California 4 e North. 
]91aj;iiire Joliii, painter r n e cor Urbana av and Dry. 
Manning Wilharn, sexton M E churcli r n v cor Market and 

Oregon. 
Marks J O, dealer in all kinds agricultural implements 

warehouse in Cantner's block w s ^larket 8 n (-ireen r s w 

California and Bace. 
Marshall S L, student I 1 U. 

Martin L F, carpenter r n e cor California and Race. 
Martin Walter, engineer T I> tfe W bds n w cor Orchard and 

Clark. 
JVIaMOiiic Temple, 3d ii(K)r s w cor l^ice and Main. 
JUatiieMOil Jaiiie!<, postal clerk r n w cor High and Bace. 
Mathews xVllen, brakeman I B <fe W bds St Nicholas. 
]flatlie^V!« M \l', states atty and editc^r and proprietor 

Cliani})aign County Herald office in Herald bldg r s w cor 

Elm and Oregon. 
Mathews Bolla, printer. 
M E church s e cor Bace and (4reen. 
Mellenger John, lab wks J>arr's brick yard. 
Mereer Jaiiiex El, machinist I B k W shojis r 2S Ater. 
Mercer Martin, blacksmith 1 B tfe W shops bds 13 Main. 
Michael B F, constable r s w cor Birch and Green. 
Midrow John, machinist I B tfe W shops. 
Milendurf Chris, lab r n e cor Oregon and Vine. 
Miller John, miner r 24 Grove. 
Miller A B, baker res Vine 2 n High. 
Miller John F, clerk bds W H Owens. 
Miller Bainey, bds Griggs house. 

Miller Frank, wiper I B cV W shops res Vine 2 s Green. 
Miller Milton, machinist r s w cor Main and Vine. 
Miller T J, physician and surgeon r s w cor Birch and Elm. 
Miller John, lab Crystal lake bds s s First opi> park. 
Miller J W, student I 1 \\ 
Miller Biley, lab wks brick and tile yard. 
Miner William L, manager street car stables r e s Market bet 

High and Dry. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 119 

Miner Stump, lab wks Barrs brick yard. 

Miner Mrs liutli, r n w cor Caliiornia and Birch. 

Moilliett Fleteher, manager Grangers Exchange r s w cor 

California and Birch. 
Moiliielt M E, dealer in groceries and provisions n w cor 

Race and Elm. 
Moore Wm, lab r ITrbana av 3 e Dry. 

Moore R P cfc Co, flour and feed store n w cor Race and Main. 
Moore Jacob, tireman res Market 3 s Green. 
Morgan G M, student bds n e cor University av and Wright. 
Morris Rev Is^ S, r n e cor High and Coler av. 
Moi-ris Josie, asst cook Griggs house. 
Morris, James, physician r s s Green 3 e Broad. 
Morris Issacher, dentist res Yine 1 n Elm. 
Morrison James E, physician res Race 2 s M E church. 
Morrow CJeo 1^, j)rof ot agriculture I I U r s Uniyersity. 
Mott Charles, machinist r n e cor High and Vine. 
Montezuma Charles, student I I U. 
Munhall James, farmer r n s Main bet Grove and Lynn. 
Mwileii William, second hand store 41 Main r n w cor 

University av and Busey av. 
Murphy P H, machinist I B & W shops r n w cor Market and 

High. 
Murphy Frank, boiler mkr r n w cor High and Market, 
Murray John, boiler mkr r s Green 2 e Urbana av. 



ATELSON JAMES, teamster r W California. 

Nichols J W ^ propr livery feed and sale stables w s E Main 3 

e Walnut r s e cor Race and California. 
Nichols James, engineer water tank I B & W R R. 
Nichols T S, carpenter r 22 E Grove. 
Nichols William, r n e cor Green and North. 
Nichols John J, wks foundry bds n e cor Green and North. 
Noble J H, shoemaker r s e cor California and Urbana av. 
Norris J H, student I I U. 

North Foster, student bds s e Wright and Springfield av. 
Newbauer John, tailor bds St Nicholas. 



120 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY 







'BRIEN MRS ELLEN, r n s Water 2 e Market. 



O'Brien W N, farmer r s e cor California and Grove. 

O'Brien John, lab r n s Water 2 e Market. 

O'Brien (Jiiarles, tirenian 1 J3 tV: W r n s Water 2 e Market. 

O' Grady O, lab Sheldon & Suttons brick yard r n s University av 

2 e West. 
Olshausen A G, bds n e coi* Green and Broad. 
Oldlisiiit Ik. Colvtii, meat market and dealer in liides and pelts 

4 J\Liin. 
Oldiliaiia J W, butcher r n w cor Birch and High. 
OldSisiBii J K, stock trader r s e cor Race and Jfigh. 
O'Connor Daniel, lab brick yard r 53 University av. 
Oliver 11 M, student I 1 U. ' 
Oliver Bertha, student 1 I U. 
Opperman Pliiiip, r s w cor Birch and Calitornia. 
Osgood Mrs lluldah, r n e cor jMarket and Dit. 
Osborne Charles, lab r n e cor Dry and Vine. 
Owens W 11, grocej* 10 Main r n e cor Broad and Green. 
Owens J D, elk r n e cor Green and Broad. 
OwesBs J ]>H, (Lindsey & Owens) Grigg's house r same. 



l^AGE T H, saddler bds s e cor Ehn and Broad. 

Park .loMcpli, propr Park's mill r n e C(M' Race and Water. 

Park ]\Iiss Kate, teacher public schools r n e cor Race and Water. 

Park William, r s e cor Birch and Elm. 

Park Wikley, r n e cor Race and Water. 

Parks John R, sawyer r s e cor Market add Elm, 

Parks jfliStoil S. dept circuit elk and recorder office court 

house r n e cor Race and Dry. 
Patterson Geo, engineer I B A: W r s s Clark bet Orchard and 

Busey av. 
Patton John, machinist 1 B c^: W r n e cor ±Sorth and W Elm. 
Paroska Chas, lab r n w cor Park and Market. 
Perry James, cigar mkr r Champaign. 
Penny Wasinngton, (c) hostler. 
Perry E S, painter r n e cor North and Drv. 
Phil i brick A, student I 1 U. 
Phillbrick Solon, student I I U. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 121 



Phillips John T, r s e cor Walnut and Elm. 

Phillips John, lireman r s e cor Walnut and Elm. 

Phillips Edward, tinner r s e cor AValnut and Elm. 

Pickard E W, student bds s w cor Main and North. 

Pifkarcl »IoseSJli C, professor English language and literature 

I I U bds s w cor osortli and W Main. 
Pettinger G C, engineer I B & W bds s w cor Coler and First. 
Pitt Charles, lab Barr's saw mill. 
Pitt S M, carpenter r n w cor High and Walnut. 
Pool James, painter r Grove 2 s Wabash track. 
Porter jr ^V, circuit elk office in court house r s w cor North 

and W Main. 
Porter James, r s e cor Green and North. 
Porter Miss Maggie J, elk recorders office r s e cor Green and 

North. 
Porter Edwin A. elk r s e cor Green and North. 
Porter Uezekiah C. elk r ^\ s street car track 3 e North. 
Powell John F, student I J U. 
Powell John H, lab res Race 1 n Main. 
Fo^vell & Hiillejfi, second hand store 41 W Main, 
Powell Albert, r s s First bet Busey and Lincoln avs. 
Powell Meredith, r n s First bet Busej and Lincoln avs. 
Powers William, switchman bds n w cor Clark and Orchard. 
Pratt W T, rooting r n e cor University av and Wright. 
Pratt J C, lab r n s Main 2 e Urbana av. 
Presbyterian church s w cor Green and Orchard. 
Prentice F liV, professor veterinary science I I IT bds s w cor 

Green and Nelson a v. 
Prestine- Lewis, carpenter r s s street car track 2 e Broad. 
Prue Fred, harness mkr r s e cor Broad and Elm. 
Public school building, bet California Oregon Broad and Birch 
Pulaski Charles, lab. 
Pardon John A, condr I B & W bds St Nicholas. 



PjUINN CHARLES SR, farmer r w s Market 2 n Park. 
Quinn Charles Jr, r w side Market 2^n Park. 



122 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY 



RAI>KBAl'4;il S B, attv at law office in library building 
Gills block r s w cor Broad and Dry. 
Jtunisay John, baker r s w cor Walnut and Market, 
lliinkin C II, student I I U. 

Kea Robert M, carpenter r 8 s High 1 e Orchard. 
Kea John J, lawyer r s s Dry bet Birch and Broad. 
Recorder'?* Ofliee, Jasper W Porter recorder office up stairs 

in Court House. 
Read M. hib r n w cor Lincoln and Clark. 
Reed Edward, lab r n s Elm 1 w Broad. 
Reddick William, elk r n s Green 1 e Coler av. 
Reddick Chas, elk r 69 Green. 
Reddick Lon, express messenger r 69 Green. 
Reddick Edward, teamster r 69 Green. 
Redding Mrs. (wid Thomas) r n w cor Main and Yine. 
Retzolk Fred, blacksmith 1 B A: W sho])S r 23 Grove. 
Rehberg Fred, (tirm ot i^anham k, Rehberg) r s e cor Californiji 

and Walnut. 
Ream Wilbur, cigar maker (Nat H Cohen), 
lieinach Alfred A, elk (N H Cohen) bds n e cor Main and West. 
Reimund Fred, watchmaker post office building r n w cor Central 

av and IMain. 
Reimund AV O. cigar maker r n w cor Central av and Main. 
Reynolds II E. student 1 I U. 
UielinrcN P, cashier tirst national bank r n w Broad and 

(Treen. 
Richards II D, tailor res Vine 1 e Elm. 
Ricketts Joseph, lab r s s Grove n Green. 
Richter Fred, barber bds St Nicholas hotel. 
Rightsell John, fireman I B tt W bds St Nicholas hotel. 
Kile¥ ]V A, dry goods and notions 14 Main r n s University 

av 2 e Orchard. 
Riley OyJasii, Jeweler silverware musical instruments sewing 

machines 82 Main r same. 
Rittenhouse A C, dej)ty sheriff* r n w cor Dry and North. 
Roach John, plasterer r s e Calif<»rnia and Vine. 
Roach Samuel, j)]asterer r s e cor California and Yine. 
Robbins J T, express agt r s s Clark 2 e Orchard. 
Robinson James, lab wks brick yard r near yard. 
Robinson Charles, teamster r Springfield av near Drill Hall. 
Roland Joseph, carpenter r n s Park 2 e Race. 
Romiiie S A, i)ractical and mechanical dentist 15 Main r n 
w cor Race aiul Californiiu 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 123 

Roos Peter, prof of industrial art and designing I I U rw s Green 

1 w Goodwin. 
Mose D D, physician and surgeon office in Spences block r 

25 Race. 
Ross John, merchant tailor 23 Main r s e cor Walnut and Dry. 
Roughton Samuel, engineer r s e cor Oregon and Walnut. 
Roughton William, turnkey jail r s w cor Dry and Walnut. 
Royer Mrs L, (wife ot John D) r s w cor ('oler av and First. 
Rogers Wilson, r s s California 3 e Orchard. 
Rogers John, engineer I B tfe W res Race 2 n Oregon. 
Rogers Bernard, lab r e end Main. 

Rundel William, engineer 1 B & W r n e cor California and Yine 
B£li§sell M M & Son, insurance real estate collection and 

pension agency over 1 Main. 
lgSii!<»s^elI €l«as M, (H M Russell & Son) r n w cor Elm and 

North. 
Rns§ell M M, (II M Russell .fe Son) r n wcor Elm and North. 
Russell Nathan, r s s Green 2 e Birch. 
Ryan John, cigar maker (Nat H Cohen) 



SALISBURY B B, painter r n s Clark bet Lincoln and Bnsey 
av. 
Salisbury B A, farmer r s s University av 2 w Coler av. 
Sanborn J, brakeman I B & W bds n wcor Clark and Orchard. 
J^sivag'e aFoliii M, deputy treasurer treasurers office court 

house rooms over 1 Main. 
Schleder T 11, student I I U. 

^chlorar ClJils, shoemaker r n s Water 2 e Central av. 
Schlorlt Fred, carpenter res Market 1 s Dry. 
School heuse first ward, s s Urbana av bet High and Green. 
School house second ward, n w cor Main and Lincoln av. 
Schrader A C, student I I U. 

Schrei Christ, blacksmith r s w cor Yine and Main. 
Schiller Mrs B, r n s Elm 2 w Broad. 
Schittler T H, student I I U. 
Scoggins Jacob F, photographer gallery 5 Main r 3 w cor 

Springfield av and Eads. 
Scoggins H, r n e cor Dry and Broad. 
Sco^gisis H li, groceries and provisions express agt office w 

s Race 2 n Elm. 
Scoggins G W, r n e cor California and North. 



124 VRBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Scoggins & Chase, photographers 5 Main. 

Scott C H, firenum 1 B ct W j' s e cor Market and California. 

Scott's Tile Works, I 13 (fc AV track E Goodwin av. 

J»ie2iiieiter A: JflcBoiirJd, billiard hall basement 10 E Main 

Sell lie iter T, (ilnn Schneiter c*^ McDonald) billiard hall. 

Schilling Abraliam J, elk r n e cor First and Lincoln a\ . 

Shlauderman Ilern-y. student I I U. 

Sells Charles, carjK-nter r s e cor Maple and Green. 

Sedlatzeck Frank, condi- J \\ k. W r n s University av 2 w Coler 

av. 
Shannon 11, bds St Nicholas. 

SliJirp Z F, engineer I 13 cV: W r s e cor Vine and High. 
Shaw Mrs E, (wid Josepli) r n e cor Walnut and Dry. 
Shaw Miss Josie, wks Scoggins c% Chase ])li(^togra]ihers r n e cor 

Walnut and Dry. 
Shaw E. teamster r n s University av o]i]) C{nn|.us. 
Shsi««li::il tiieo K, county supt schools office If) Main ui> 

stairs r n s Green 2 e North. 
Shawhan J as K, farmer r w cor S])ringtield a\- and Eads. 
Slielduii C C. (firm Sutton & Sheldon) r s s Main 2 w North. 
Sheldon J C, real estate and collection office over 2 Main r s w 

AN^ Main and 13usey av. 
Shephard Mrs E J, r s s Springtield av bet Babcockand (io(Klwin 

a vs. 
She])har(l Frank, firenum 1 13 & W r s e c(U- West and First. 
She]>hard Cyrus, iarmer r se cor 13roa<l and Oregon. 
Shephard Perl, lab n e cor Green and Market. 
Sheets George, carpenter r n e cor University av and Lincoln a\ . 
Sherman Mrs, (wife Dr A) r n s Elm 2 e Birch. 
Sherman Geo, condr 1 13 cV: W bds s w cor Fii'st and Coler av. 
Shindel Charles (.', forenum Herald bds s e cor Elm and 13road. 
Shivlar A T, car])enter r e s Grove 2 s (Treen. 
Shoemaker Fred, engineer 1 B tJc W shops r n s Pai'k 2 e Kace. 
Shott \X,ii\ G M, r n s Di-y 1 w lijice. 
Shover S J, r n w cor Lincoln av and Clark. 
SSiroycT J W, (firm Waid tfc Shrover) r s w cor Coler av and 

Main. 
Shuck .) W, hardware and tin-niture 7 Alain r s w cor l)rv and " 

AEain. 
Shuok Vinton W, elk i- w s Race 2 n High. 
Shuck Asbui-y, elk r s s Green 2 w Broad. 

Skinner Theo, engineer r s w cor Springtield av and county road. 
Signer Geo J, drug elk r s s Dry 2 w ^Market. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 126 

Sil'&'er Perry, ]:)ostal clerk Wabash railway r w Oregon. 
Sim William, drug and book store 6 Main r s w cor Green and 

Busey av. . 

Sim B F, elk r s w cor Green and Busey av, 
J^isBi Joseph 1%% atty at law otHce in Busey block r s w cor 

Green and Orchard.. 
Sinis M SJ & Co, drug and book store s e cor Main and 

Race. 
Slane Fred, brakeman I B cfe W bds n s Park bet Race and 

Market. 
Small S S, tel repairer I B ife W r n s University av 3 w West. 
NiBsitla P I>, prest Indianapolis Eel River and Sonthwestern 

railroad headquarters Intlianajjolis r s w cor Birch and 

High. 
Smith E II, r s s Elm bet North and Orchard. 
Smith C J, commercial runner bds St Nicholas. 
Smith Lafayette, lab r w end University av. 
Smith George, lab r n s University av bet Wright and Eads. 
Smith John, r w end University av. 
Smith Sidne_y, lab brick yard r Champaign. 
f?4isftfl4Bi Iisieiisae 15, mnfr of harness saddles and dealer in trunks 

and saddlry hardware 19 Main r n s Dry bet Walnut and 

Vine. 
Smith Stephen J, machinist r s w cor Main and Urbana av. 
Smith F, lab brick yai'd r s w cor Lincoln av and First. 
Smith Lafayette, wks brick yard r s w cor First and Lincoln av. 
Smith D, brakeman bds n s Park 3 e Race. 
Smith William, bi'akeman I B & W bds n w cor Orchard and 

Clark. 
^^ifiith 111 "W, dealer in and nmfr of saddles and harness 2T Main 

r e end High. 
Smith B, farmer r s w cor First and Lincoln av. 
Smith William, lab r w s Walnut 1 n Main. 
Smith James, engineer r n s High 2 e Birch. 
Smith Mrs, r s s Ater 2 e Birch. 

Smith Mrs, (wid W H) r s s Elm bet North and Orchard. 
Smith Wm K, painter r n w cor Birch and Oregon. 
Smitli Fred, (c) barber. 

Snider Henry, street car driver r n e cc^r Main and Walnut. 
Snodgrass William, engineer Barr's brick yard r n s e end 

University av. 
Snyder JEilwar^l, professor modern languagues I I U r s w 

cor Springfield av and Somers, 



126 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY 



Snyder Frank M, coini)ositor Herald office r s w cor High and 

Orchard. 
|!^oiiiei> William II, lawyer r n e cor Green and Eace. 
Somers P, r n e cor Green and Race. 
Somers J W, r n s Main 3 e A'ine. 

Somers Mrs Mary G, (wid Dr Winston) rn s Main 3 e Yine. 
Somers J N, lab I B & AV shops r n s Green 2 e Market. 
Sondericker Jerome, asst ])rofessor mathematics and engineering 

I J U bds 8 \v cor Green and Nelson av. 
Spence John, lab r s e cor Orchard and Clark. 
Spencer Mrs C A, r I s street car track n Eads. 
Speidel Hugo, student I I U. 
Speidel Ernst, student I I U. 

Stead Thos, carj)enter res Vine bet California antl Dry. 
Slevins H A, student I I U. 
Sfeplii'ilNiOii B'i Jr, condr I ]> k W R R r s e cor Market and 

California av. 
Stt^wart William, stutlent I I U. 
Stephens(^n E Sr, res Walnut 2 s California av. 
Street car stables n s E Main 4 e Walnut. 
Stibing William, engineer I R tt W bds n w cor Clark and 

Orchard. 
Stidham Mrs ]\Iary, r n s High 1 e Birch. 
HI XiC'lioia!4 liolel, A Lyons pro])r 4 ^fain. 
Stillwell Frank, brakcman J B c^ "\\ bds n w cor Orcliard and Clark. 
Stillwell M, tireman I B cV: W bds n w cor Orchard and Clark. 
Stokes J F\ r n e cor Greene and ^[arket. 
Stoneburner John, lab I B <fe W R R. 
Stoneburner S ^I, lab r s w cor Busey av and F'irst. 
Strong' Cyrii!^., (Dougan & Strong) r n e cor Stoughton and 

Busey a v. 
Strover W A J, carj)enter I B ct W shops r e s I. Ann 2 s Main 
Strover William. carj)enter r s e cor Main and Lynn, 
Sullivan Mrs Bridget, (wid Daniel) r s e cor Busey av and street 

car track. 
Sullivan Cornelius, boarding house n e cor Water and Central av, 
Sullivan Joseph, shoemaker r s e cor Busey avand streetcar track. 
Sullivan L, lireman I B it W r n e cor Central av and AVater. 
Sutton & Sjtekion, pro})rs brick and tile wks \ mile n e 

court house. 
Sutton Mrs, (wid Royal A) r n w C(^i- Elm and North, 
Sllttou John T,' foreman paint shops I 1^ cV: W^ r n w cor 

Elm and Broad. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 127 



.rriARFLI^^GER MRS 11 A, r s e cor California and Nortli. 

Tsirfliiig"er © "S^ grocery and provision dealer 10 Main r s e 

cor Dry and Bircli. 
Tatarian B, student I I U. 
Taylor R B, r n s Green 2 e Bii-cli. 
Taylor Joseph, fireman r n s Main bet Grove and Lynn. 
Tenny Clias, wks bj-ick yartl r 2 e cor Birch and Oregon. 
Terry Geo W, coal dealer ws Market r n e cor Main and Busey av. 
•Terwilliger F, lab Scotts tile yard r n w cor Busey av and Clark. 
Thomas J C, agricultural dealer s w cor Water and Market. 
Thomas A. machinist I, B ct W sho[)S bds 13 Main. 
Thomas Rudolph, engineer I B k, W r s e cor Dry and Vine. 
Thompson M B, special revenue agt r s s Green 1 w North. 
Thoraps(m William, lab r s s Green 2 e Grove. 
Thompson W W, r s s Springfield av 3 e Wright. 
Thornton Abraham, teamster r n s California 2 e Walnut. 
Thornton Geo, lab r n s California 2 e Walnut. 
Thornton James, lab r n s California 2 e Walnut. 
Thorpe James, copper smith I B & W shops r n s Dry 2 e 

Urbana av. 
Throckmorton W, elk I B & W shops r n s Elm 2 cor Broad. 
Throckmorton James carpenter r n e cor High and^Race. 
Titus S M, r s e cor Race and California. 
Tobias Coni-ad, carpenter r n w cor Dry and Broad. 
Tobias Annie, elk r n w qoy Dry and Broad. 
Tobias Mrs Jennie, millinery and dress maker up stairs 

Blackshaw building w end Main. 
Tobias Fete., carpenter r s e cor Birch and High. 
Tod James, blacksmith r Champaign. 
Toole Michael, r n s Main bet Walnut and Vine. 
Toole Hugh, cigar maker (Nat Cohen's) r n s Main bet^Walnut 

and Vine. 
Toole James, elk r n s Main bet Walnut and Vine. 
Toy J^, (firm Heller k, Toy) r s s Elm bet Race and Market. 
Toy J J, farmer r s s Stoughton 2 w Coler av. 
Tracy James M, r s s University av 3 w Coler av. 
Toy Frank, farmer r s s Stoughton av 2 w Coler av. 
Tracy Edward, night switchman I B & W r s s University av 3 

w Coler av. 
Tracy Harry, student St Marys school r s s University av 3 ,w 

Coler av. 
Traylor J <^, i-estaurant and confectionery 9 Main r same. 



128 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 

Treiiary Raiidoliih K, engineer I B & W r s s street car 

track 2 e North. 
Trenary C W, machinist r s s street car track 2 e North. 
Trenary A B, elk r s s street car track 2 e North. 
Trenary G 11, mess Western Union r s s street car track 2 e 

Nortli. 
Trost JOi^cpli A, sah)on and restaurant 10 Main res Market 

3 n Main. 
Trissall W, condr I B & W bds n w cor Clark and Orchard. 
Turner Ciitirlex, billiard hall 5 Main r n s Green 8 e 

Market. 
Turner R "W, billiard hall r n s Green 3 e Market. 
Turner A, billiard hall r n s Green 3 e Market. 
Turner Mrs p], millinery and dress making r s s Main 3 w Race. 
Turner Ciuis, lab wks brick yard r e Main. 
Tyrall Tlio.s, saloon n s Main 2 w Race r n s Green bet Vine 

and Walnut. 
Twinkle , Hreman I B tt W bds n w cor Clark and 

Orchard. 

TTNION MILLS, E Halberstadt jiropr w s Race 2 n Main. 

United States express Co, 11 L Scoggins agt. 

Universalist church, s e cor Green and Birch. 

Universal Brotherhood hall, 2 Main. 

Urbana flour mills. Joseph Park propr e s Race 1 n Watei-. 

Urbana I^iUjrary A!>iKOC'i:ilioii, over s e cor Main and Race. 

Urbana Post Oflice, G W Curtiss P M e s Market 2 n Main. 

Urbana street car stables n s Main 4 e Walnut. 



T rAIV AR\'A^ ST JOUX, de])t county elk r ji e cor Race 

V and High. 
Vanderveer Miss Jennie M, cashier ^Herald r s s Elm bet Birch 

and ]?road. 
Vanderieer S «eors:e, fruit tree agt bds St Nicholas.* 
Van Petten II S, student I 1 U and business manager Illini. 
Van Mouten A M, huckster r 49 W Main. 
Veirs D C, farmer r n w cor Coler av and Elm. 
Veterinary surgeon of l^niversity, office l^niversity grounds. 
Voldt William, carpenter I B_ cV: W sh<)])s r s w' cor Lynn and 
(ireen. 



URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 129 

T X 7ADE PATRICK, lab r s s First e West. 

Wugner R C H, cabinet mkr r n s Main 5 e Walnut. 
Warner £<ouis, cabinet mkr r n s Main 5 e Walnut. 
Wali3 & 81iroyer, capitol saloon n s Main 2 e Market. 
^Vahl liOliisi, capitol saloon r s e cor North and street car track. 
Wald Christopher, condr I B ct; W bds St Nicholas. 
Wallace I M, condr I B & W bds St Nicholas. 
Wallace Alexander, capitalist bds s e cor Broad and Elm. 
"Walliek J Y, propr Union Park and Crystal Lake and ice 

dealer r s s First opp Park. 
Walker F M, wks I B & W r n s University av 3 e West. 
Walter Joseph, lab I B & W shops res Maple 2 s Green. 
Ware J C, sheriff r in county jail. 
Watson James, lab in Sutton & Sheldon's tile and brick yard r s 

s Dry 4 e Race. 
Watson Charles A, engineer I B & W bds St Nicholas. 
Webb John, fireman I B tfe W r n s University av 4 e Orchard. 
Webb IVilliasii, engineer I B & W r s' w cor Clark and 

Orchard. 
Weber H A, professor of chemistry r s s Springfield av 1 e 

Soraers. 
Weber J P, barber r s w cor Broad and Green. 
Webber Mrs Mary B, r s s High 1 e Broad. 
Webber IViia'B, atty at law office over s w cor Main and 

Market r s e cor Green and Orchrd. 
Webber George, farmer r s s Main 2 e Grove. 
Webber Ho^iert A, abstractor office room 3 Spence block r 

w s Market s end. 
Webster E W, student I 1 U. 
Weeks Charles, farmer r n s Ater 2 e Broad. 
Weink Henry, lab wks I B & W shops. 
West J N, lab r n s High. 
Wer ^2 <& liiiiiiey^ propr Chicago water elevator and pump 

for Champaign and Vermillion counties. 
Western Union telegraph office, s e cor West and Clark. 
Whalen John, machinist I B W shops r 2 e Urbana av on Dry. 
Whitcomb Mrs Alma L, (wid) r n w cor Dry and Birch. 
\VhUeoiiiS> K T, special examiner U S pension oflBce 

headquarters Springfield Mo r n e cor Birch and Dry. 
IVIiite J!»ilas F, atty at law office s w cor Broad and Elm r 

same. 
Wilcox Frank, abstract office in court house. 



130 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 

Wilkinson Mrs Jane, r 45 W !Main. 

Wilkins Walter, car inspector 1 J^ tk \^' i' s w cor I'rbaiia av and 

California. 
Williams Allen, horse dealer bds St Nicholas. 
Williams Ed, tireman 1 B cV: W bds fet Nicholas. 
Williams William, boiler mkr I B tfe W shops bds St Nicliolas. 
Williams John, wks I 13 tV: W r n s Green 2 e Grove. 
Williamson William W, farmer raw cor Green and Race. 
Williamson William, engineer I B tt W bds n s University av 2 

e West. 
Wilson Asbury, (c) night watchman Griggs house r s s California 

2 e Walnut. 
Wilson Maggie, domestic r n w cor Orchard and Clark. 
Wilson Abraham, (c) barber bds Jacksons. 
Wingier flohn, lab r First oj)]) Union Park. 
Winkle Henry, lab r s e cor lligh and Grove. 
Wise William, restaurant and contectioner 2.S Main. 
Wills Charles, lab wks Barrs brick vard r near vard. 
Wills J G. student 11 U. 

"iVoodfOcSi Joikii, restaurant 13 Main r same. 
Wolf John, harness maker r s w cor Urbana av and Dry. 
Wriftiit l^ M.^^ atty at law office in Busey block r s s' Green 2 

e North. 
Wright W F, engineer I B ife W r s w cor University av and 

Coler av. 
Wright Joseph, elk s s High No 40. 

W^ right S F, engineer I B cV: W r s e cor California and Vine. 
Wright ('has E, moulder r 42 lligh. 
Wright John T. machinist bds 42 High. 
^Vri§"]iit Thoi]ia!i> 6l Son, i)ro]u-s Enterprise Foundry and 

machine shops n e cor Grove and Locust. 
Wris'la* El F, (firm Thos Wriajht k, Son) mechanical engineer 

P^nterprise foiiudrv. 

VANOS GEO, blacksmith I B tV: W shops c.r UrbiUKi av and 
X California. 

Young W F, student I I U. 
Young Alfred, cigai- maker bds Griggs lK)use. 
Yingling Samuel, lab r n s First 4 e Lincoln. 
Young II F, machinist 1 B k, W shoj)s r s e cor Vine and Green 

'TELLER MISS JOSEPHINE, student I 1 U. 



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CHAMPAIGN. 



SCCI5ET SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

"'•"Western Star Lodge, No 240 A F & A M, meets in 
Masonic Hall over Robeson's store 2nd and 4tli Mondays in 
each month. E A Kratz, W M; T E Price, Sec. 

Champaign Chapter, No 50, R A M, meets 3rd Monday. 
E N McAllister, H P; T E Price, Sec. 



I. O. O. F. 

Champaign Lodge No 333 I O O F, meets every Thursday 
evening. John Bragg, N G; E M Burr, Sec. 

Kaulbach Lodge No 549 I O O F, meets every Wednesday 
evening. Theo Seigel, N G; Jacob Buch, Sec. 

Champaign Encampment No 68 I O O F, meets 1st and 3rd 
Mondays. A H Christie, C P ; J Y Stevens, Scribe. 

Champaign U D Camp No 22 I O O F, meets 3rd Tuesday. 
E A Kratz, C; J Y Stevens. Sec. 



G. A. K. 

Col Nodine Post No 140 GAR, meets Second Tuesday 
J W Langley, C: H J Sperry, Adjt. 



138 APPENDIX. 



KNIGHTS OF HONOR 

Champaign Lodge No 841, meet in I O O F Hall the First 
and Third Fridays ot each month. Eli McAllister D; Charles 
E Hanford, V D; O D Brownell, AD; IS D Lyman, li; A G 
Pare, T li; J C 13rankey, Treas; C J ISabin, Chaplain; J T 
Peai-man, examining surgeon. 



UNITED SONS OF EULN liENEVCJLENT SOCIETY. 

Meets in St Mary's Catholic school room the First and Third 
Sunday s of each month. John Casserty, Pres; J Norton, V Pres: 
B Lynch, Sec; P (Jottee, Treas; .loiin C;isserty. ]\[ Hughes, R 
Graham, Trustees. 



ANCIENT OKDEIl OF DRUIDS. 

C/hampaign Lodge No 45, Lodge Room in 3rd story of a 
building on North West corner of Neil and Church strets. 
Wilhelm Richter, A A; William Loarr, U E; AugustusLeJirman, 
Sec; William Glaive, Treas; William Krabbe. E W. 



IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE OF AMERICA. 

Branch No 39, meets in Washington Hall the last Sunday of each 
month. Thomas Kent, Pres; John Quirk. Y Pres; J J Ivers 
Sec; B Lynch, Treas. 



FATHER MATTHEW TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND 
BENEYOLENT SOCIETY. 

Meets in St Mary's school building every Second and 
Fourth Sunday of each month. John Wheaton, Pres; James 
Quirk, Yice Pres: J J Ivers, Sec: William E O'Neil, Treas. 



I. O. M.A. 

Champaign I^xlge No 58, J W Langley, Pres; S E Johns, 
R S; A L Brown, F S; C J Sabin, Treas; C C Johnson, 
examining sui'geou. 



APPENDIX. 139 



EDUCATIOIVAl.. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION.— West Side. 



M E Lapliam, president; PI Swannell, secretary; J T Pearman 
G F Beardsley Mrs W S Maxwell Mrs Jonathan Bacon. James 
C Miller school treasurer. 

West side school building bet University av and Park and 
Lynn and New streets. 

M Moore, superintendent; Miss T A Andrews, principal high 
school; Miss Ilattie Hall, assistant; Miss Eva A Foote, 1st 
grammar; Miss Hattie Barber, 2nd grammar; Miss Fannie 
Stuart, 3rd grammar; Miss Cora Little, 4tli grammar; Miss 
Minnie Barber, 1st intermediate; Miss Carrie Victor, 2nd inter- 
mediate; Miss Ella Stewart, 3rd intermediate; Miss Lizzie 
Knowlton, 4th primary; Miss Ada VanBuskirk, 3d primary; 
Miss Katherine Bacon, 2nd primary Miss Phoebe Elliott, 1st 
primary. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION— East Side. 



J S Wright, president; Frank Dollinger, secretary; W F 
Hardy. William Sim school treasurer. 

East side public school building bet Clark and White and 
Fourth and Pifth. 

D W Reid, princi])al; Miss Jessie A Wright, high school; 
Lucie Lawhead, grammar school; Mrs L S Gale, intermediate; 
Miss M Kate Everett, fourth grade; Miss Sylvia Hardy, third 
grade; Miss Ida Stewart, second grade; Miss Carrie Pearson, 
iirst grade.. 



140 APPENDIX. 



RElilCillOI 8. 



Baptist Ciiukcii. — N E cor Randolph and University av. 
Morning services 10:30 a ni. Evening services T:3(> p ni. 
Sabbath school 12 m. liev O B liead j)astor. 

CoNGRK(iATiONAL. — S E cor Cliurch and State. Morning serv- 
ices 10:30 a ni. P]vening services 7:30 ]> \\\. Sabbath school 
12 m, Kev W G Pierce pastor. 

Ei'iscoi'AL. — N E cor State and University av. Morning serv- 
ices 10:30 a ni. Evening services 7:30 p m. Sabbath school 12 
in. Young ])eoj)le's prayer meeting one hour before evening 
services. Rev D W Drc^sser ])astor. 

Methodist. — N E cor (/hurch and State. Moniing services 
10:30 a in. Evening services 7:30 j) m. Sabbath school 12 m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 p m. Rev I Yillars 
])astor. 

Pkesbvteuian. — S W cor State and Hill. Morning sei'vices 
10:30 a m. Evening services 7:30 p in. Young people's ])rayer 
meeting one hour before Sabbath evening sei'vices. Church 
prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Rev N Wilder jtastor. 

St. Mary's (Catholic).— N S Park bet Sixth and Wright. 
Regular services 1^:30 a m and 12 m. Yes})ers 4 ]> m. Rev T 
S Keating i)astor. Rev ,1 J Quinn associate past(^»r. 

African M E. — S E cor Fourth and Park. Morning services 
10:30 a m. Evening services 7:30 ]> m. Sabbath school 2:30 p 
m. Rev (Jharles Holmes ])astor. 

St Peters (terman EvANCiEucAL.^ — ^Cor Second and East 
Church streets. Services every Sunday at 10:30 a m and 7:30 p 
m. Sabbath school at 1 ]) m. Rev Henry Strehlow pastor. 

German- M E. — N E cor White and Third. Regular services 
10:30 a m and 7:30 p m. Sabbath school 5>:30 a m. Rev 
Freece pastor. 

German Lutheran and United Rekor^^i. — N W cor University 
av and Fourth st. Services every Sabbath at 10:30 a m and 7:30 
J) m. Rev John i^rauer j)astor. 

African l^Ai'Tisr. — Kortli side Clark 1 \v Sixth. No services. 

German ('athoi.ic. — No regular sei'vices. 



APPENDIX. 141 



MIIilTARY 



Company D 8tli regiment I N G. Armory in Metropolitan 
block Cliampai2:n. J W Haines captain. E G Martin first lieut- 
enant, G A Boi't second lieutenant. 



RAIL.ROADS. 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL. 



Trains leave Champaign going north. 

Passenger and express 2 28am 

Passenger and mail. . . . '. 2 52 p m 

Freight 30 a m 

Freiglit 8 50 a m 

Trains leave Champaign going south. 

Passenger and express . : 1 22 a m 

Passenger and mail 152pm 

Freight 6 35 a m 

Freight 6 45 a m 

Freight 6 45 p m 

All freight trains carry i)assenger8. J D Mathews, Agent. 



142 APPENDIX. 

INDIANAPOLIS, BLOOMINGTON AND WESTERN. 



Trains going west leave Champaign. 

No 1, Paeitic mail and express 12 27 p m 

No 3, Burlington and Rock Island ex daily 3 40 a m 

No 5, Champaign express (5 20 p m 

Trains leave Champaign going east. 

No 2, Atlantic express and mail 1 32 p m 

No 4, eastern and southern ex daily 1135pm 

No 6, day express 5 55 a m 

C E Henderson, general manager, Indianapolis. 11 M Bronson, 
general ticket agent, Indianaj)olis. W P Lockwudd, Agent. 



WABASH, ST. LOUIS ct PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Trains going west leave ('hampaign. 

Passenger 7 32 a m 

Freight 8 10 a m 

Trains going east leave Cham])aign. 

Passenger 7 08 p m 

Freight 2 00 p m 



DECATUR LINE. 



Accommodation leaves Ciiampaign going west 7 32 a m 

arrives going east 7 08 p m 

W P LocKwooD. Agent. 



APPENDIX. 143 



URBANA. 



SECRET J«!iOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

Urbana Commandery No 16, K T, stated conclave held at 
Masonic Temple Third Thiirsdav of each month. J J McClain. 
E C; Z F Sharpe, G; F M Wright, C G; A O Clapp, P; Charles 
Besore, S W; A M Lindley. J W; Joseph Park, Treas; W G 
Brown, Recorder. 

Urbana Council No 19, P ifc S M, meets at Masonic Temple 
Second Saturday's ot January, April, July and October of each 
year. G W Curtis, T I G M; E Blackshaw, D I M; F M 
Wright, P C of W; Joseph Park, Treas; L A McLean, Sec; M 
S Brown, C of G; M Lindley, C of C; James Thorpe, S; E J 
Heller, T. 

Urbana Chapter No 80, P A M, regular convocation held at 
Masonic Temple the Second Saturday of each month. M S 
Brown, H P; S S Small, K; W H GuVer, S; S B Padebaugh, 
C of H; E Blackshaw, P S; James Thorpe, C of G. 

LTrbana Lodge No 157. A F & A M, meets at Masonic 
Temple the First Saturday of each month. F E Eubling, W M; 
F M Wright, S W; S B "Padebaugh, J W; Josei)h Park, Treas; 
R K Webber, Sec; A M Lindley, S D; C C C Shindel, J D; E 
J Heller, T. 



144 APPENDIX. 



I. O. C). F. 



Urbana Lodge No 139, I O O F, meets every Tuesday 
evening in I O O F llall in St Nicholas building. B S Lanliam, 
N G; F B Reimund, V G; D D Cannon, R S;l B Smith, F S; 
T A Lewis, Treas. 

Urbana Encampment No 98, 1 O O F, meets the Second and 
Fourth Mondays of each montli in I O O F Hall. D D Cannon, 
C P; A Dunlap, S W; B S Lanham, II P; F iM Snyder, Scribe; 
I B Smith, Treas; John Ramsey, J W. 



G. A. R. 

Champaign County Post No 129 G A R, meets the second 
Thursday night in every month in I O O F Hall. F M Wright 
C; S H Birney, SVC;' D D Cannon, J V C ; F M Snyder, Adjt; 
T A Lewis, Q M; Dr ]\[ S Brown, Surgeon; Robert Cosner, O of 
G; W G Brown, S M; Perry Silver, Q S. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Triumph Lodge No 73, meet Tuesday of every week in 1 O 
O F Hall. C C C Shindel, C C; J A Trost, P C; Robert Cosner, 
V C;« William Roughton, P: Robert Wagner, M of F; Louis 
Wagner, M of V; Robert Bowman, K of R S; Thos E Price, M 
at A; L B Goodspeed, I G; Jt)hn Woodcock, O G. 



BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVe' ENGINEERS. 

Division No 143, meet First and Third Sundays of each 
month in I O O F Hall. William AVebb, C E; Ward Hisorodt, 
1st E; A E Bennett,|2nd E; W F Wright, 3rd E; Z F Slmrpe, 
F A E; James Garrett, S A E; R B Trenary, Chaplain. V 



APPENDIX. 145 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STEAM ENGINEERS. 

Division No 3, meet the Second and Fourth Saturdays of 
each month over No 6 E Main street. 

S D Gresham, Pres; James Ostrander, Vice Pres; S G 
Bronson, Sec; E S Clayburn, Treas. 



BPvOTHERIIOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN. 

Central Lodge No 22, meet over 4 E Main every Sunday. 
A E Bennett, M; R C Burns, F & T; G C Pettinger, R C. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF MUTUAL AID. 

Lodge No 59, meets First Monday in each month. A B 
Shuck, Pres; John H Dougan, V Pres; R M Kimball, Treas; 
W C Brown, R & C Sec; M W Mathews, A B Shuck, Ozias 
Riley, Trustees. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

Meet the First and Third Sundays of each month in 
Blackshaw building west end Main street. Michael Fogartv, 
Pres; Thos McGraw, F S; John Coady, R S; Thos Kent, S D: 
Patrick Bartling, Treas. 



B'NAI BRITIL. 

Grand Prairie Lodge I O O B No 281, District No 6, meets 
the First and Third Sundays of each month Lodge Room over 20 
Main street. Leon Hart, Pres: Benjamin Baer, V Pres: M 
Lowenstern, Sec: Joseph Kuhn, Treas. 



146 



APPENDIX. 



EDICATIOXAL. 



ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY 




Tirfitirt 



BOAiiiJ ui- TRUSTEES. 

Vtkd'r L'lw of Man 7, 1^7:1 
KX-(»KKI('I't. 

Ills Excel leiK'V, John ^F. H.vMir.Tox, Governor. 
John Landukj.w, Presitleiit State Board ot Agriculture. 

OFFICERS OF THK BOAIII). 

S M Millard, Esq., President. 

ProfT J Rurrill, C\)rresponding Secretary. 

Prof E Snyder, Recording Secret<ar v. 

John W Punn Esq.. Ti'casurer. 

Profs W Shattuck. l^msiness Agent. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

S ^\ Millard. C'liainnan. 
John T iVarmani. 



James D Crawford, Librarian. 



APPENDIX. 147 



FAOU LTY 



Selim II Peabody- Pli D L L D Eegent and Professor of 
Meclianical Engineeiin^- and Physics. 

Tliomas J Burrill M A Pli D Professor of Botany and 
Horticulture and Vice President. 

Samuel W Shattuck, MACE Professor of Mathematics. 

Edward Snyder, M A Professor of Modern Languages. 

Joseph C Pickard, M A Professor of English Language and 
Literature. 

N Olitford Picker, M Arch Professor of Architecture. 

James D Crawford, M A Professor of History and Ancient 
Languages and Secretary. 

George E Morrow, M A Professor of Agriculture. 

Frederick W Prentice, M D Professor of Veterinary Science. 

Peter Poos, Professor of Industrial Art and Designing. 



OFFIOEES AND INSTRUCTORS. 



Charles Mc Chn-e, Second Lieut 18th Infantry USA Prro- 
fessor of Military Science and Tactics. 

Ira O Baker, Professor of Civil Engineering. 
' William Mc Murtrie, E M Pli D Professor of Chemistry. 

Benjamin C Jillson, M D Ph D Professor of Geology and 
Zoology. 

Arthur L "Woods, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engin- 
eering. 

Edwin A Kimball, Foreman of Machine Shop. 

Jerome Sondericker, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and 
Engineering. 

Charles W Rolfe M S, Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
and Botany. 

Emma M Hall M A, Instructor in Ancient Languages. 

Miss Mary E Darrow, Assistant in Modern Languages. 

Mrs Abbie Wilkinson, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental 
Music. 



148 APPENDIX. 



Arthur W Palmer B S, First Assistant in Chemical Labor- 
atory. 

F W Eberlein, Second Assistant in Chemical Laboratory. 

George W Parker, Foreman of Carpenter Shop, Spring 
Term. 

A B Baker, Janitor. 

Charges — Tuition free in all the colleges; tuition in the pre- 
liminary year, per term, $5; enti-ance fee (to college students) 
$10; term tax tor incidentals, ]>er term, $7.50. 



BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 



Hon S T Busey mayor, chairman; C B Holmes clerk; 1st 
ward, J C Thomas; 2nd wai'd, Thos A Lewis; 3d ward, Jo E 
Hunt; 4tli ward, John lioss. Meetings held at the city council 
rooms at the call of the chairman. 

Principal of schools, J W Hays; high school. Miss Abbie Gr 
Hall; second grammar. Miss Mattie Jvyle; first grammar, Kate 
Park; third intermediate. Miss Grace (/ushman; second interme- 
diate, Emma ^[cWilliams; first intermediate, Anna B Webber; 
fii'st ])rimary 3d ward schools. Miss Mary Whitcomb; second 
primary 2nd ward school, Mi,ss Allie Rogers; first ])rimary 2nd 
ward school, Miss Josie Peed; 2nd primary 4th ward school, 
Mrs Mary L Julian; first ])rimary 4th ward school, Miss Alice C 
Braden. 



APPENDIX. 149 



R£Ll€}IOU8. 



Baptist. — N E cor Race and Dry. Services every Sunday at 
10:30 a m and 7:30 p m. Prayer meeting Wednesday and 
teachers meeting Friday evenings. Kev G M Shott pastor, 

Methodist. — S E cor Race and Green. Religious services at 
11 a m and 7:30 p m every Sunday. Sabbath school at 2:30 p 
m. Rev A C Byerly pastor. 

Presbyterian — N W cor Green and Orchard. Services at 
11am and 7:30 p m every Sunday. Sabbath school 9 am. 
Rev Geo McNutt pastor. 

Universalist. — S E cor Green and Birch. Services at 11 a 
m and 7pm every Sunday. Sabbath school at 12 m. Rev A 
Tibbitts pastor. 

Y M C A. — The college Y M C A meets every Sunday in 
their room No 40 main building. All are cordially invited to 
attend. 



150 APPENDIX, 



RAILROAD!!^. 



INDIANAPOLIS, BLOOMINGTON AND WESTERN. 



Trains going west leave Urbana. 

No 1, Paciiic mail and e.\))rt'ss 1217 pm 

No 3, Burlington and liock Island ex daily 3 30 a ra 

No 5, Champaign express (5 10 p m 

Trains leave Urbana going east. 

No 2, Atlantic express and mail 2 00 p m 

No 4, eastern and southern ex daily 11 57 p m 

No 6, day express 6 10am 

C E Ilenderson, general manager, Indianapolis. 11 M Bronson, 
general ticket agent, Indiana]x)lis. E P Bp:krbowek, Agent. 



WABASH, ST. LOUIS k PACIFIC PwAILROAD. 

HAVANA AND DANVILLE DIVISION. 

Trains going west leave Urbana. 

Passenger 7 25 a m 

Ereight 7 40 a m 

Trains going east leave Urbana. 

Passenger 7 15 p m 

Freight 2 ;^^< » j » m 



DECATUR LINE. 



Accoramotlation leaves Urbana going west 7 20 a ni 

'' arrives going east 7 15pm 

E. P. B?:krbower, Agent. 



APPENDIX. 151 



CHAMPAIGN COUNTY 

GAZETTEER. 

CHAMPAIGIV COIIWTY GOVERNMENT. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

J W Langley, J udge. 

J S Mc CuLLouOxH, County .Clerk • 

J W Porter, , Circuit (Jlerk, 

J C Ware, Sheriff. 

Thos a Lewis, Counly Treasurer. 

G W ,SHAWHAJsr, Superintendent of Schools. 

T B Kyle Surveyor. 

Jacob Buck, Coroner. 



CIRCUIT COURT. 



C B Smith, Jud2:e 

J W Porter Circuit Clerk 

M W Mathews States Attorney 

Regular terms of the Circuit Court Fourth Monday of Sep- 
tember and First Monday of March of each year. 



COUNTY COURT. 



Regular law terms of County Court Second Monday in Jan- 
uary, May, August and November of each year. 

Probate Court Third Monday in each month except Jan uai*y, 
May, August and November. 



152 APPENDIX. 



SUPEKVISORS CHAMPAIGN COUNTY 



TOWNSHir. NAM?;. POST OFFICP:. 

Sadorus ,J G Chambers Sadorus 

Colfax John liogers Sadrous 

Scott F G Seymour Se^ymour 

Mahomet Frederick (ieigcr Mahomet 

Newcomb J^hilHj) Sharter Fisher 

Brown E 1> Larkin Fooshmd 

East Bend WiUiam II Allison Fisher 

Condit F B Sale Fisher 

Hensley James M Graham Champaign 

/-,! . I L S Wilcox ''.... 

Champaign | ^^^^^^ ^^.^.^^^ 

Tolono L C Burr Tolono 

Pesotum P J Gates Hayes 

Crittenden Woodson Morgan Tolono 

Philo lolin W James Philo 

TT I I Frank M Wrij^ht Urbana 

Urbana \ ^ ., ww ^ .t 

( S G vv ilhams *'.... 

Somers C R Morehouse '•.... 

Rantoul J ]\r 1 )eard Kantoul 

Ludlow I M Ilarnit Ludlow 

Ilarwood M P Funk Rantoul 

Compromise Alexander Creagmile (Titt(»rd 

Stanton T J Davis .' Urbana 

St J()sei)h V J Gallion St Joseph 

Sidney William Freeman Sidney 

Raymond Miller Winston Sidney 

Homer II J Wiggins Homer 

Ogden S P llovey Ogden 

Kerr Lewis Kuder Penlield 



APPENDIX. 153 



]3©NI>V11.JLE. 



Baltzell Simon, blacksmith. 

Barker Thomas, grain dealer. 

Davis H, justice of the jjeace. 

Edmondson James, blacksmith. 

Earl tfe Taylor, gen merchandise groceries etc. 

Fry Jj I>j postmaster and general store. 

Fry Jay, depty postmaster. 

Keelei" W H, wagon maker. 

Kestler W TI, carpenter. 

Talbert, J M, carpenter. 



KEWEY. 



Heinmann C, dry goods and hardware. 

ILoresix Eriist, groceries hardware drugs and notions post- 
master and justice, of the peace. 
Lorenz S TI, dry goods and groceries. 
Mengel A M, blacksmith. 
Sale, E C, grain lumber and coal. 
Sharpless, Thomas, wagon maker. 



BILI^SEURC}. 



Dill S, general merchandise and postmaster. 
Sherring, boots and shoes. 
Tomlinson cfe Hicks, grain dealer. 



154 APPENDIX. 



FIHUER. 



Allison Wm, atty at law. 

Axtell J N, luii)ber dealer. 

Einge I S, blacksmith. 

Ballue R, carpenter. 

Burgess G, hotel pro]>. 

Conrad D A, wagon maker. 

Dolpli K, constable. 

t^lder Jl W, pliysician and postmaster. 

Elder, A L, ])hysician. 

Fish Mrs E G, (h-essmaker and millinery. 

Gossard J II, dealer in and manufacturer of boots and slioes. 

Green Jesse, meat market. 

Ilitsline J, carj)enter. 

Lateer Wm I. hardware and drugs. 

Lynch Miss Katie, dressmaker. 

Laneberger J L, grain dealer. 

Lyon E A, hardwai-e and patent medicines. 

McGovern John, meat market. ; 

Morgan Wm, groceries notary public. 

Miller Josiah, oarber. 

Morgan Wm, millinery, 

Kewcomb N W, ])hysician. 

iXichols John, groceries. 

Teabody S (t. blacksmith. 

Koth James, wagon maker. 

Rayburn, , harness dealer. 

Ricketts A D, grain dealer. 

Sellers S, carpenter. 

Thompson k, Fish E G, dry goods and gi-oceries. 

Thrasher \\ F, justice of the peace. 

Vennum F 1>, dry goods and gi-(x;eries. 



FRED E. EUBELING, 



-DEALER IX- 



15 MAIN STREET, 

Keeps oonstantl}^ on hand a complete and full line of 

Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

All kinds, all widths, all sizes at as. 

LOW PRICES 



as can b ; purchased anjwhere. 



Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Eefiinded. 



N^w^ <30oi>s. iyO\^ i>Ria5;s. 



You will find here just the Boot and Shoe < anted. Plea.se call before purchasing. 

No. 15 MiLIiSr STR5;^T, 



The One Price System 



Prevails at the old and relialile 



CLOTHING HOUSE 



SGHWBIZEE & WOOBY. 

(ESTABLISHED IN 1857.) 

LEADING FINE CLOTHIERS, 

MERCHANT TAILORS, 

HATTEixS AND GENTS' FURNISHERS 

No. 7, Main Street, 

cia:^fL.ivEi=j^ia-iNr, ills. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

Wilson Bros.' Shirts. 



APPENDIX. 155 



CLIFFORD. 



"Beacliain Daniel, carpenter. 

Beacliam H W, justice of the peace and hardware. 

Beacliam & Cook, tile makers. 

Benjamin Bros ife Gallagher, meat market. 

Benjamin & Gallagher, hardware coal and agricultural imple- 
ments. 

Benjamin C C, furniture. 

Couch W N, hotel. 

Cummings D W, blacksmith. 

Ellis & Bohlen, dry goods and groceries. 

Ellis C W, justice of the peace. 

Ellis e% West, grain dealers. 

Flesner F W. sewing machines. 

Hamilton J M, lumber coal and agricultural implements. 

Miller Henry, constable. 

Main J W, carpenter. 

Morse J IV, druggist post master N P and real estate and loan 
agt. 

Mc Kinney D E. & Son, physicians. 

Nelson Chris, blacksmith and wagon mkr. 

Pentield John, grain dealer. 

Peniield E W, agt Pacific express. 

liupp George, boots and shoes. 

Stejjhenson W F & Bro, druggists. 

Sunderland James, saloon. 

Stewart Hiram, barber. 

Stone Walter, carpenter. 

Sawdey O B, harness mkr. 

Yeerhaurer F, saloon. 

Valandigham A B, hotel. 

West Benjamin, dry goods and groceries. 

White C C, mason. 

Woolridge James, restaurant. 



156 APPEISDIX, 



UOMi^R. 



Anderson Wni, drayman. 

Brown Clias, coojjer. 

Ball S B. dry goods and groceries. 

Burdiek E W, contractor brick nias(jn and justice of the peace. 

Baker 1 A, editor Homer Enterprise. 

Brown Martin, ])hysician and surgeon. 

Bryant J O, collection agt and notary public. 

Boyd James, pro})r Homer house. 

Butler Mrs J M, dressmaking, 

Butler C B, express agt. 

Coft'een ]\I D, grain Hour and j)ropr Comet Roller mills. 

Custer W C, livery stable. 

Custer A B, grocery dealer. 

Core Charles, post master. 

Colwell J H & Co, agricultural injplements. 

Elliot W J, grain dealer. 

France S, dry goods and groceries, 

Fisher E T, cashier first national bank. 

Greely Laura, dress mkr. 

Oilman O J, grain dealer. 

Hall Edwai'd, ])lasterer. 

Hall H B, i)lasterer. 

Hall James, contractor and builder. 

Hopkins K IS, dry goods and groceries. 

Hess Mrs N W, millinery. 

Harnit George, furniture. 

Henderson Mrs C J, di-ess making. 

Jones Wiley, tonsorial artist. 

Lawson Wesley, physician and surgeon. 

Myers John, butcher. 

Mudge vk Co, hardware. 

Oakwood C H, ])hysician. 

Ochiltree J M, agt W iSt;!. ^ P R \i. 

Plant S, pres lirst national bank. 

Parsons Samuel, tonsorial artist. 

Reed John, jewelry. 

Reed J W, millinery. 

lieinhai't Chris, merchant tiiilor and draper. 



APPENDIX. 157 



Scliofield J D, harness shop. 

Stoneburner F W, propr Central house, 

Tinkham Charles F, hardware and agricultural dealer. 

Tinkham M D C, notary public. 

Whittock W B, millinery. 

Whitster J S, butcher. 

Wiggins II J, ^'ice pres first national bank. 

Waltei's Mrs Samuel, dress making. 

Wright li C, atty at law. 

Zorns U V, insurance agt. 



IVESDALE. 



Buchanan James, carpenter. 

Beaple P M, barber. 

Benefiel W F, physician and surgeon. 

Burchard Augustus, carpenter. 

(3raig C M, physician and surgeon. 

Cooper Samuel, carpenter and builder. 

Crennegan Bros, junk shop. 

Cook A, shoemaker. 

Duggan M H, groceries and provisions. 

Dannenhower Lewds, blacksmith. 

Dickinson W II, grain and coal dealer. 

Duggan Edward, hotel. 

Fritz Lewis justice of the peace and notary public. 

Crrovcs C'M, postmaster 

Groves L, hardware and agricultural implements. 

Groves C W, principal of public schools. 

Ilannon Henry, grain and coal dealer. 

Ilannon Miss Maggie, assistant teacher public schools 

McShane James, dry goods. 

McQuay William, harness maker. 

McNamee Frank, drugs and groceries. 

Morgan O P, grain and coal dealer. 

Morris M H, constable. 

Schmidt II F W, druggist and notions. 

Slevin P T, dry goods and groceries. 

Scan Ian B, feed stable. 

Watts Charles, boarding house. 

Watts & Steiner, stock and produce. 




158 APPENDIX. 



LLDLO^V. 



VILLAGE TRUSTKES. 



J M Ilarnit, president ; J C Fleming, J Watson, G II Searle, 
William J^ewis, J II Barden ; M A C-ilennan, clerk ; F 



llitz, treasurer. 



TOWXSIIir 



J M Harnit, supervisor; M A Glennan. town clerk; John Nice- 
wander, assessor; S M fc5ini[)s<»n, collectoi-; William Mc- 
Harry, II II llumi)lirey, A !S Wliitmire, road commission- 
ers; James Watson, G L Brown, Daniel Sullivan, school 
trustees; W R Clark, school treasurer. 

Bear A, groceries and provisions. 

Bear Bros, boots shoes confectioner}' and notions. 

Borden J, blacksmith. 

Buckingham J and E, gniin dealers. 

Clark W U, coal and Hour. 

Cole J W, notary ])ublic. 

Cole Willis, constable. 

Cooper Fro yd ct Co, grain coal and stock dealei*s. 

Cook George, groceries and provisions. 

Cramer & Carlson, hay dealers. 

Coss F tfe J, carpenters and joiners. 

Dudley & Bobo, hardware and agricultural implements. 

Flennning J C, bhu-ksmith and wagonmaker. 

Glennan M A, physician. 

Ilitz C, groceries and jjrovisions. 

Ilitz F A, drugs and medicines. 

Usiriiit J ]fl, notary public real estate and insurance agent. 

Harnit Klvs H JL^ postmistress. 

Hewitt E, police magistrate and express agent. 

Jetferson J M cV: Co, dry goods and groceries. 

Lewis William, c<jn stable. 

Lingo C 11, blacksmith and wagonnuiker. 

Moreland J II, boot aud shoe nuiker. 

Osmun E ct J, wagonmakers and carpenters. 

Rice Edwin, lumber and grain dealer. 

Searle G II, agent Illinois Central railroad. 

Walker G C, meat market, justice of the i)eace. 

Teachers in public schools, W 11 liobbs and Gettie Gallaghei'. 



APPENDIX. 159 

MAHOME-T. 



Abbott Ira, wagon maker. 

Aljfoott S C, postmaster and notary public. 

Abbott B D & Bros grocers and provision dealers. 

Barthlow E C, pliysican. 

Brown John, grocer. 

13ro^i'B4 A SStC^Sair, publisher Sucker State. 

Bowers M L, milliner. 

Burnett H E, justice of tiie peace. 

Bryan E, livery feed and sale stable. 

Carson J A druggist. 

Cappis H M, clocks and jewelry. 

Culver Jacob, physician. 

Cowan E D, blacksmith. 

Cap].us J M, barber. 

Carter Turner, constable. 

Davis James, live stock dealer. 

Davidson Bros, millers and grain dealers. 

Egbert J W, lumber dealer. 

Ford D J, dry goods. 

Gardner, J D, physician. 

Geiger & Ilayward, hardware 

Ilarhmd J R, justice of the peace. 

Haj'ward E C, groceries. 

Hubbard & Stearns, blacksmiths. 

Jahn A, boots and shoes. 

Jahnsenberg H, photographer and jeweler. 

Lott J H, dry goods. 

Pittman David, wagonmaker. 

Pittman Joseph, furniture and undertaker. 

Eayburn Mrs N, hotel. 

Taylor G W , harness maker. 



MATVIE^V. 



Barricklow C A, dealer in general merchandise. 
Barricklow H W, grain dealer. 
Clements Samuel, blacksmith. 
Kirkpatric'k J?I F, postmaster. 
Shobe tfe Co, coal and grain dealers. 



IGO APPENDIX. 



4M>il)UX. 



Atkinson L, groceries. 

Breman C, groceries and notions. 

Brown I J, groceries and hai"dware. 

Baird Harriet, milliner. 

Baird L W, lumber lime etc. 

Carpenter F J, postmaster and notary jniblic. 

Coggershall J S, physician. 

Cox J S, drugs. 

Coons C E, harness. 

Cowgill Josej)h, hotel. 

Dahlenberg II, shoemaker. 

Davis J A, wagon mkr and blacksmitli. 

Devant J T, blacksmith. 

Glasscock II J, merchant tailor and justice of the peace. 

Gere Johm ct Warren, dry good clothing boots and shoes. 

Glass B F, groceries and notions. 

Hovey S P, supervisior and justice of the peace. 

Harris J F. physician. 

Hart A J, grocer. 

Leney John W, grain .dealer. 

Liermann A, sidoon. 

Parrott k. Wilson, tile mnfrs. 

Roach Thos, groceries and notion. 

Rose J II, carpenter and builder. 

Silkey T E, hardware; store tinware and telephone station. 

ORIZABA. 



Brown Sale, post master and blacksmith. 
Gibson Abraham, blacksmith. 
Martinie D, general merchant. 



PENFIKIiD- 



Bear II C, hotel. 
Blain F, blacksmith. 
Ellis C W, grain dealer. 
Iliggins W S, physician. 
Hamilton Bros, lumber dealers. 
Marvel Bros, gen merchandise. 
Peterson P, shoe mkr. 



APPENDIX. 161 

PARKVIIilE. 



Brj^ant & Laughlin, tile and brick mkrs. 

Bryant W S, Artist. 

Dean O A, harness inkr. 

Hsirr I IV, boot and shoe nikr harness and post master. 

Jentleman Frank, shoe mkr. 

Meeker N J, physician. 

Meikle James, gen merchant. 

Padgit John, blacksmith. 

JReid J Y, merchant. 

Houghton C, blacksmith. 

Record E C, atty at law. 

Snyder Jacob, miller. 



PESOTUM. 



Balteritiaii Jaanes, postmaster dry goods and groceries. 
Batterman Christopher, wagon mkr. 
Bird sell E J, physician. 
■^Davis John, real estate agt. 
Davis & Crawford, tile mkrs. 
Daley Hiram B, teacher. 
Hessler John, shoe mkr. 

Harvey Silas M, dry goods groceries and coal. 
Meikle John, dry goods groceries and coal. 
Mullin Jacob M Sr, blacksmith. 
Mullin J M Jr, teacher. 
Roe Wm W, grain and coal dealer. 
Record Joseph T, blacksmith. 
Ricketts S L, huckster. 
Wendell Reinhart, ) • . • r. .1 

Jacob M Mullin, [ J^^«^^^^'^ ^^ ^^^^ P^^^^- 
Anthony Eisenraeyer, constable. 
S L Ricketts, constable. 
Trustees of Schools, Thomas O Darrah, Dallas Rigdon, Jehu 

Davis. 
D Tinch, agt I C R R and telegraph operator. 
Meikle John, treas school fund. 



162 APPENDIX. 



PHILO. 



BOARD OF TKL'STKES. 

Samuel WiiigHeld, T Jefferson Weimmer, Leonard Eoland, An- 
drew Erickson, Snyder. 

Barthlow J M, pin sician. 

Boomer Miss Gertrude J, assistant principal public scliools. 

Burton Bros, ])ropi-ietors tile works. 

Coonrod C dry goods and groceries. 

Connerly Jeft'erson, furniture store. 

Connerlj Martin, livery stable prop hotel Harmon House. 

Derrougli, A D, proprietor E.xcelsior flouring mills. 

Ennis Thomas, dry goocls groceries. 

Ennis William, hardware and tinware. 

Farmer, E li, hai'iiess and shoe slutp. 

Grotlie Otto, shoemaker. 

Ilazen E B, grain dealer agricultural implements. 

Harvey Bros, butchers and meat market. 
Hale House W R Guard ])roprietor. 

Hess Bros, drugs and groceries. 

Hess AVilliam, agent \V abash St Louis cfe Pacific R R. 
Hunter, R V, })astor l*resbyterian church. 
James John AV, live stock dealer and shij)per. 
Krueger Charles, police magistrate baker and confectioner. 
Lowery Michael, restaurant. 
Lovell L C justice of the peace and notion dealer. 
Moore William, clothing dry goods. 
Mandeville J D, physician. " 
Maloney William, harness nuiker. 
Page B E, j)rincipal public schools. 
Parker C E, Philo Exchange Bank. 

Payne Victor, barber and justice of the peace notary public. 
Pierce William W, blacksmith. 
Robinson Paris, hardwai-e and tin shoj). 
Silver A D, constable. 
Stephens R, pastor Methodist church. 
Tabler B L, lumber dealer. 
YanVleck Charles 11, dealer in grain coal flour. 
VanVleck Frank D, grain dealer. 
Waldo George P, groceries. 
Wingfiekl Samuel, blacksmith ami wagonmaker. 
Weimmer Jefterson, constable. 



APPENDIX. 163 



RAXTOUL.. 



Alpears Sisters, dressmakers. 

Alpears Dr, homeopatliic physician. 

Avey & Steele, blacksmitlis. 

Bengston ISTeals, harness and saddles. 

Bodwell Dr, dentist. 

Coudit George, hardware. 

Chanoy O, tonsorial artist. 

Cole L B, dealer in grain coal and agricultural implements. 

Chamberlain T W, banker. 

Donovan Bros, painters. 

Doran J T, artist. 

Darnell A, constable. 

Ervington Walter, meat market. 

Gulick, C \V, dr}' goods and notions. 

Gifford B J, president Illinois agricultural company. 

Halberg & Johnson, groceries and produce. 

Harmon Dr, physician. 

Hyde Perry, carpenter. 

Hamilton J, lumber and coal dealer. 

Ingruch & Gulick, harness and saddles. 

Jones W A, proprietor hotel. 

Jones C C dealer in lumber and coal. 

Lenox Y C, groceries and ])royisions. 

Leonard & Clapp, furniture and undertakers. 

McClure D P, groceries and provisions. 

McBeth I IST, jewelry store. 

Keal A P, drugs and groceries. 

Penlield John Jr. dealer in coal. 

Place Kev. J J, pastor Baptist church. 

Perring tfe Lafollett, meat market. 

Piiikerton F E, editor and proprietor Weekly Press. 

Rowlett M P, blacksmith. 

Poth T J, atty at law. 

lioth ct Bailey, land and loan agent. 

Sale ifc: Young, groceries. 

Shepherd Mrs T A, millinery. 

Smyer L A, atty at law. 

Steele Daniel, druggist. 



164 APPENDIX. 



Trickle Eli T, dealer in grain and coal, 

Tomlinson ct Hicks, grain merchants. 

Tonilins Kev W M, pastor E|)isco])al church. 

Udell, Mrs Helen, millinery. 

Waldron Kev L T, j)astor M E church. 

Wolf C, physician, 

Wallace Andrew, tailor. 

Wade Xat, tonsorial artist. 

West II, clothier. 

Weir James, proprietor restaurant. 

Williams Henry, hardware. 

West William, dry goods and notions. 

Yoiuig William, cariienter. 

TRUSTEES. 

J Sale, C W Gulick, W West, P Young. 



SEIJWOUR. 



Burke Rev J J, pastor M E church. 

Christie IM P & Co, grain dealers. 

Conkling E G, general store. 

Clark J P, physician and druggist. 

Coppenbarger J S, blacksmith. 

Dawley W E, town clerk. 

Gibson Geo L, carpenter. 

Iladden J M, physician. 

Johnston & Karr, grain livestock lumber agricultural implements 

Lawrence J G, i)rincipal public schools. 

Osborn M L, car]>enter. 

Heyiiiosir y\beB, gen store postmaster and J P. 

Seymour F G, supervisor. 

Schnarr Adam, shoemaker. 

Quayle J J, blacksmith. 

Thomas G W tt Co, manfrs tile Und brick. 

Walker B F, notary public. 

SADOKilH. 

II W Sadorus, Pres board of trustees. 

Trustees, James Mills, A Bowver, F A Griswold, I A Craw, J 

W Colee. 
Clerk and police magistrate, Geo ]\Ioreliouse; marshal J Coler. 
Grammar school, A Leach, j)rincipal. 
Primary, Miss A Albright, teacher. 



APPENDIX. 165 



German, (private school) Eev F Scliroeder. 

LODGES. 

Masonic, J R Gorin, No 537. I O O F, Sadorus No Y38. 
Knights of Honor Sadorus No 2449. GAR Sadorus post 
No 322. 

CHURCHES. 

Methodist Rev N H Kane, Baptist Rev Garllis, Ger Lutheran 

Rev F Schroeder. 
Brown W H, carpenter and buikler. 
Bowyer A, painter. 
Birney F L, physician. 
Craw A, dry goods and groceries. 
CHne William, groceries and restaurant. 
Fields John W. harness mkr. 
Foster Mrs S W. hotel. 
Gillem A D, physician groceries and drugs. 
Gilbert M B, ])ainter. 
Holbrook O, boots and shoes. 
Jewett S M, justice of the peace. 
Joyce efe Mc Knight, millinery and dressmaking. 
Kirby (\ blacksmitli. 
Keefe William O, saloon. 
Kennedy John, plasterer. 

Lumley James, meat market and agricultural dealer. 
Meibach William, live stock and grain dealer. 
Mara Patrick, saloon. 
Newton Stella, music teacher. 
Nichols H S & Co, gen store and grain dealers. 
Prather J A, lawyer and agt. 
Rutenber D, wagon shop. 
SsBBflth H M, postmaster drugs and groceries. 
Troy John P, agt W St L & P^R R. 
Tinijrook A J, carpenter. 



SATOY. 



Burroughs J W, carpenter. 

Dunlap II M, cider and cider vinegar mnfi*. 

Dunlap James H, agt I C R R postmaster and ex agt. 

Dunlap Albert, grocer and grain dealer. 

Dickson John, stock dealer. 

Hall Lyman, physician. 

Kline William, blacksmith.] 

Pratt & Beecher, propr tile wks. 



ICG APPENDIX. 



SID]\EY. 



Adams Cliarles, j)lastcrcr. 
Adams William, })lasterer. 
Burris W F, physician. 
Black J F, hotel. 
Brady C M, druggist. 
Busey F J, hardware. 
Ball S B, dry goods and groceries. 
Cole George, dry g<x)ds and groceries. 
Conrad P'red, boat and shoe dealei-. 
Crump, A T, cai']>enter. 
Day I J, blacksmith. 

Freeman William, sujiervisor assessor and claim agent. 
Freeman J 8, dealer in agricultural imi)lements. 
Fisher ct Bocock, general store. 
Graves Kobert. dealer in live stock. 
Gust A L, butcluM- and agricultural implements. 
Harris J 11, justice of the })eace. 
Uaughn G W, furniture. 
Hess A, physician. 

Hulmes T> F, blacksmith and livery stable. 
Hiestand fl A, hardware undertaker and notary public- 
Hyatt M, blacksmith. 
Lehman S (t, ])ostmaster. 
Lelnnan William, hotel. 
Park ife Son, millers. 
Pierce S B, blacksmith. 
Bobinson Albert, barber. 
Robinson W A, boot and shoe maker. 
Robinson it ^[(iLean, dry goods and groceries. 
Rukenbrod Wm I), ])hyKician. 
Straegoard V J, blacksmith. 
Shoeinaker Mrs M E, millinery. 
Tucker Allen, plasterer. 



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APPENDIX. 167 



ST J®!^EPH. 



Althans Peter, boot and slioemaker. 

Cole David, live stock buyer and shipper. 

Drullinger & Strong, live stock shippers. 

Dawson Mrs M J, millinery and dressmaking. 

Dressback John, produce shipper and dealer in lime. 

Fox S C, blacksmith. 

Fox & Irons, dealers in agricultural implements. 

Gallion Y J, justice of the peace and notary public. 

GAR Post No 220. 

Jarrett Thos, painter . 

Ketterman SL, painter. 

Kienzle Chas, atty at law postmaster. 

Kienzle Christ ife Geo, harness makers . 

McKinney J W, billiard hall . 

McCowan B F & Taylor, carpenters . 

McManes Charles agent I B & W and express agent . 

Miller Michael, hardware. 

Miller M P, painter . 

Pence John, carpenter and builder. 

Purcell J T, physician . 

Perkins Rev, pastor Christian church . 

Penny H L, constable. 

Reed Christ, blacksmith. 

Radebaugh M F, watchmaker and jeweler. 

Sims W B & S N, physicians. 

Shoemaker & Birdzell, books and drugs. 

Stephenson Lewis, druggist and jewelry . 

Stevenson B F, groceries and restaurant. 

Sullivan Wm, carpenter and builder. 

Swearingen Kienzle & Co, general merchants . 

Swearingen Miss Elizabeth, hotel . 

Swearingen J H groceries and jewelry . 

Swearingen Woodin & Co, grain dealers agricultural implements 

Swafford Geo, general merchandise. 

Shreve W O, general merchandise . 

Woodin John B, plasterer. 

Zimmerman Geo, butcher. 

TRUSTEES . 

Samuel Fox, John Pence, II J Dodson, W R Sullivan, John W 
Somers. V J Gallion, police magistrate. 



168 APPENDIX, 



THOMASBORO. 



Cliiford Samuel, carjjenter and builder. 

Clements John, blacksmith. 

Dodson & Babb, grain and stock dealers. 

George R W, justice of the peace and druggist. 

Hoag; 'W B, postmaster and dealer in generjil merchandise. 

Higgins J S, physician and general store. 

Knupp Bros, blacksmiths. 

Kane John, carpenter and builder. 

Kaufman Samuel, groceiies and drugs. 

Matheny T J, groceries. 

Pope C T, physician. 

Todd S A, hardware. 

Walton & Frazier, grain and lumber dealers. 



TOIiOlVO. 



President board of trustees C H Bell. 

TRUSTEES. 

W H Vanaslen M J Coughlin J H Sands W H Morgan John 
McGinnis. G D Tewksbury police magistrate S J 
Surrell village policeman. 

Allen Bros, dry goods notions and clothing. 

Albrecht Cliarles, meat market. 

Axtell Mrs L P, millinery and fancy goods. 

Bun- L 0, undertaker and dealer in furniture picture frames etc. 

Buckingham J & E, dealers in grain . 

Brooke K H, ])ropr Marion house. 

Bell (/ H, dry goods groceries and notions. 

Bower R A, propr Tolono bank. 

Bums B, clocks watches and jewelry. 

G^>ok E, hardware stoves tin glass and queensware. 

Chaffee 11, physician. 

Cliapin E B, postmaster and dealer in stationery, 

Barney Rev R E, Baptist minister. 

Colvin John, justice of the peace and iusunince agent. 

CVx)k J, dealer in lumber and agriculturai implements. 

Davidson John, constable. 



APPENDIX. 169 

Davison J A, constable. 

Davis G W, livery and feed stable. 

Fay A F, drugs and groceries . 

Giist G, boot and shoe manufacturer and dealer. 

Gonnan J L, justice of the peace . 

Hoyer Fred, baker and confectioner . 

Hays T W, propr Hays house . 

Harvey Bros, meat market. 

Henne Louis, saddles and bridles. 

Hartbank Bros, barbers. 

Huber Rev S W, Methodist minister. 

Jaques W H & Son, hai-dvs^are stoves and tinware . 

Leslie Robert, agt W St L & P R R. 

Loeb A, clothing and gents furnishing goods . 

Lord Rev E N, Presbyterian minister. 

Lamb L K, physician . 

Mc Munn G A, boot and shoe mkr . 

Mc Cann Robert, confectionery cigars and tobacco . 

Mc Cullough J Y, dry goods groceries boots shoes hats caps and 

notions . 
McNichols & Harvey, drugs groceries. 
Manley Ira A, agent I C R R . 
Metz & Meilke, bakery and confectionery. 
Moore R P, proprietor Tolono mills . 
Murphy W A, groceries queensware glassware . 
Morgan W H, coal dealer . 
Miller M J, saddles and harness . 

Neu John, agricultural implements buggies and coal dealer. 
Perkins W A, millinery and fancy goods . 
Perkins W A, atty at law. 
Parker J A. atty at law . 

Pierce James & Son, blacksmiths and agricultural implements. 
Roger Bros, blacksmith and wagon makers. 
Richmond R, dealer in boots and shoes . 
Redhed & Salisbury dry goods groceries and notions. 
Richter C, barber. 
Schlink P W. coniectioneiy . 
Salisbury S S boot and shoe dealer. 
Sands J H, prop Leonard House. 
Salisbury S S physician . 
Smith H C, dealer in lumber coal lime. 
Tewksbury G D, police magistrate real est and ins agt. 
Uhler Carl, editor and prop Tolono Herald . 



170 APPENDIX. 



Van De Water, J II, prop Tolono House . 

Vanasleu W II & Co, farm luacLinery buggies. 

Wardall AI, dry goods notions and groceries. 

Wagner llev A J, Catholic minister. 

Whitcomb A L, ])liysician. 

Youngman lleckard isi Fay, ])rop Tolono tile factory. 




ADDITIO\ Ali POST OI I ICEH. 



Stalcy; Mrs M E Trotter. 
Rising; J D Bush . 
Howard; (East Bend tj)) P O. 
Foosland; (East Bend tp) V O. 
Broadlands; (Soutli Homer tp) P O. 
Ayres; ( '• " ) P O. 

Shiloli Center; Compton P M. 

Com})rornise; C A Haines, P M. 
Leverett; J C Parks, P M. 
Dicker son; P O. 

Tomliuson: JVI Killion. P M. 



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