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COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

The several departments comprise: 

I. The College of Agriculture. 

II. The College of JStigineering, including the Schools of Mechanical 
Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mining Engineering, and Architecture. 

III. The College o/ JVafural Science, including the Schools of Chem- 
istry and Natural History. 

IV. The College of Literature and Science, including the Schools of 
English and Modern Languages, and of Ancient Languages. 

The college year opens in September, but students may enter at any 
time if prepared to pass the examinations. 

The University is open to both sexes. Candidates must be at least fif- 
teen years of age, and must pass thorough examinations in English Gram- 
mar, Arithmetic, Geography, History of the United States, Physiology, Bot- 
any, Natural Philosophy', Elements of Rhetoric and Composition, Algebra, 
Geometry — plane and solid — and, if candidates for the College of Ancient 
Languages, in the usual preparatory Latin and Greek; for the course in 
English and Modern Languages the Greek may be omitted. 

Tuition free: Matriculation fee $io, paid but once; incidental fee, per 
term, $7.50. Board in clubs, $2 to $2.50 a week; in families, $4 to $5. 

Preliminary Year. — To meet the wants of students who cannot pass 
the above examinations, a preliminary year of instruction is provided, the 
studies of which are as follows: Algebra, Physiology, Geometry, English, 
Natural Philosophy, Botany; Cicero, Virgil, Greek Grammar, Anabasis. 
Candidates for this year must -pass good examinations in the common 
branches, such as are required for. a second grade teacher's certificate. 
County superintendents may make this examination. 

No marticulation fee is charged for this year, but students will pay a 
tuition fee of $5 per term, and the incidental fee of .$7.50. 

LABORATORIES AND SHOPS. 

The ruling idea of the University is that in all scientific training practice 
should keep pace with theory. To this end a large and increasing supply 
of facilities for illustration has been secured. 

The Farm occupies 610 acres of land; has large barns: thoroughbred 
cattle. Short-horns, Jerseys, Herefords, Holsteins; sheep,* swine, poultry; 
orchards, vinej'ard, forest plantation, experimental grounds; Veterinary 
Hall, with stables and regular clinic. Greenhouses, flower plantations, etc. 

The Chemical Laboratory contains large rooms for qualitative and 
quantitative analysis; rooms for gas analysis, assaying, mineralogy, phar- ^ 
macy, photography, etc. The Physical Laboratory has apparatus for illus- 
tration and study of all physical subjects, particular prominence being given 
to electricity. The Botanical Laboratory has a growing herbarium 
and excellent suite of microscopic stands, ^obgectives, slides, etc. The Zoo- 
logical Laboratory has also supply ygf ftiicroscopes and materials for 
thorough biological investigation. » "' ij* 

The Machine Shop has steam engine gfvihg motive power to an equip- 
ment of engine and speed lathes, drill-presses, planers, shapers, etc. A Black- 
smith Shop has sixteen fires, with appropriate ta^Mh fThe Foundry gives 
instruction in moulding and casting, and the vPaly^Hf^om furnishes train- 
ing in woodwork and pattern-making. "^^9 

The Carpenters' Shop has also machinery driven by steam for all 
forms of dressing lumber, and bench equipment for practice in joinery, cab- 
inet work, etc., etc. 

There have lately been added at the shops a Riehle Testing Machine, 
with a capacity of 100.000 pounds, for testing strength of materials; and a 
Weston Dynamo, of 5 arc light capacity, for experimental purposes. 

The Museums of Natural History, of Fine Art, and of Industrial Art, 
and the Library, grow j'early in attractiveness, and as important aids to all 
forms of study and research. 

For circulars, giving full information, address, S. H. Peabody, Regent, 
Champaign, Illinois. 



THEO. SIEGEL, 



DEALER IN 



Old Kentucky Mhiskies, 

LIQUORS, WINES AND CIGARS. 

Agent for C. CC^NRAD'S ORIGINAL BUDWEISER BEER, and of JOS. SCHLITZ' 
CELEBRATED MILWAUKEE EXPORT BEER. 

59 MARKET STREET. CH AM PAIGN , I LL. 



The Best is the Cheapest! 

WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST IN 

BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS, SLIPPERS, Etc. 

Our prices are right. Come and get acquainted witli us. 

G. E. LENNINGTON, 

19 Main Street, - - CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

ESTABLISHED I860. 

H. SWHNNELL. 

• DRUGGIST • 

No. I lYIain Street, 



DEALER IN 



Drugs, Medicine, Paint, Oil, Glass, Wall Paper and 

Decorations, Moulding, Fancy Goods, Fine 

Books and Stationery. 



LARGE STOCK-LOW PRICES. 

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Leading Republican Newspaper 



IN CENTRHL ILLINOIS. 



It is the Newsiest, Briglitest and Best of its Class, and is a First-Class Advertising 

Medium tlirough wliich to reach the most intelHgent and prosperous 

people in this great county. 

Its Editorials are Quoted all Over the Union. 

ITS JOB DEPKRTMENT IS COMPLETE. HND NO BETTER 
WORK IS TURNED OUT IN CENTRHL ILLINOIS. 



The Herald is Edited by 

lYl. W. MATHEWS and l. A. IVIcLEAN 

And it is read by all the good people in the county, and by many others 
in all parts of the country. 

IT IS ONLY $2.00 PER YEAR — - , 

ADDRESS. Jh£ HERHLD, 

Urbana, Illinois. 



The Times 



The Largest Circulation of any Paper in the Fifteenth 
Congressional District. 



ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN 
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SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED FOR . . . 

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POWERS • S • FIELDING, 

EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 
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The ' Gazette 



DAILY AND WEEKLY. 



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THE LARGEST CIRCULATION, AND THE BEST 
ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 



SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 

DAILY, $5.00 per year; ten cents per week. . . . 

. . . WEEKLY, $1.50 per year in advance. 



JOB PRINTING 



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IN ALL BRANCHES. 



M. H. MUNHHLL, 

GAZETTE BUILDING, . . . 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

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DRY GOODS i CARPET HOUSE 

OF CHKMPHIGN COUNTY IS 

EICHBERG & BAER'S 

20 and 22 Main Street, 
CHAMPAIGN, ILL 

They carry the largest stock ; mark all goods in plain 
figures, and have but one price. 



J. D. FiLLEY, Pres. » L. F. Jones, Sec. and Treas. 

Ben B. Graham, V. P. Geo. H. Squires, General Manager. 



The empire CORDAGE CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

THE FARMERS' ANTI-TRUST. 

RED ELEPHANT BRAND. 

works: champaign, ill. 

Office : 112 Walnut Street, St. Louis, Mo. 

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CITY DIRECTORY 



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COMPRISING A LIST OF THE RESIDENTS AND BUSINESS 

HOUSES AND GENERAL INFORMATION OF 

CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, Etc. 



CHICAGO: 

Northwestern Directory Company, Publishers, 
1890. 



Preface- 



* I ^HE Publishers, in presenting to the citizens of Champaign 
'■' and Urbana this edition of a Directory of their cities, do 
not claim that it is perfect, but they have spared no pains 
to make4t as nearly so as any work of the kind can be. 

As a publication pro bono publico, it is therefore a success; 
from a financial point of view, for the publishers, it has proved 
the opposite. 

The population of Champaign is estimated at 7,300; of 
Urbana at 4,100. 

Thanking all those who, by their liberal patronage, assisted 
in the production of this volume, and thereby proved them- 
selves citizens in every sense of the word, they remain. 

Respectfully, 
NORTHWESTERN DIRECTORY CO. 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Abbreviations 25 

Champaign Business Directory 92 

Champaign Directory 2S 

Churches 3 

Miscellaneous Information 1 



PAGE. 

Preface J 

Street Directory 15f 

Title Page I 

Urbana Business Directory 151 

Urbana Directory 115 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Baddeley C. H., grocer 27 

BoUman Fred, grocer 30 

Buch Jacob, justice of the peace 32 

Carpenter J. M., livery 120 

Champaign County Herald, front col'd F. 

Champaign Gazette, front col'd G 

Champaign Times, front col'd F 

Clark N. C, marble and granite works 121 

Cunningham A . P., druggist 38 

Dunlop J., lawyer 156 

Eichberg & Baer, dry goods, front col'd H 

Elsea John W., livery 105 

Empire Cordage Co., binder twine, front 

col'd H 

Hawtin W. & Co., engravers L 

King T. H., restaurant Ill 

Kirkpatrick J. C. & Co., general store 132 

Lennington G. E., boots and shoes, front 

col'd D 



Lloyde D. H. & Son, books and stationery. 94 

Manspeaker L. V., grocer 60 

McCann J. & Bro., broom manufacturers.. 96 

Nelson S. L., bill boards, etc 93 

Orr & Lockett, hardware back cover 

Ottenheimer & Co., clothing 68 

Price W., painter 71 

Renner E. H. & Bro., livery, coal, etc. ..106-72 

Rugg F. D. & W. A., boots and shoes 75 

Siegel T. , saloon, front col'd D 

Singbusch A. C, grocer 102 

Smith Bros., meat market 80 

Stoltey H. D., boots and shoes 95 

Swannell H., druggist, front col'd D 

Tucker A. P., dentist 85 

University of Illinois, front col'd B and C 

Walls W. W. & Co., lumber 87 

Willis & Sherfy, real estate 110 



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CHHMPHIGN 
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Paul W. Woody 
Clerk— Yi. L. Nicolet 
Aitor?iey — Solon Philbrick 
Treasurer — William A. Heath 
E?tgi?ieer — James M. Healey 
Marshal— O. D. Brownell 
Health Officer — Dr. C. B. Johnson 
Chief of Fire Dept. — W. E. Price. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — W. F. Hardy, George Ely, Jr. 
Seco7id Ward — John Ahern, Nicholas Miller 
Third Ward — Ozias Riley, Joseph O'Brien 
Fourth I^^^^— William B. McKinley, E. M. Burr 
Fifth Ward — H. H. Harris, George F. Beardsley 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief of Police — O. D. Brownell 

Patrolmen — Jacob Bean and Jacob M. Walker 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

OtzV/— Walter E. Price 
Asst. Chief— O. H. Blaisdell 

BELLE HOSE No. 1. 

Captain — Jack Boyle 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



RESCUE HOOK AND LADDER. 

Captaifi — Gus Evans 
Driver — Alonzo Fry 

DISTRICT FIRE SIGNALS. 

12. Business District, West Side 

13. Business District, East Side 

21. East of Prairie and South of Park st. to Springfield av 

22. East of Prairie and North of Park st. to Columbia av 

23. West of Prairie and South of Park st. 

24. West of Prairie and North of Park st. 

25. South of Springfield av. West of I. C. R. R. 

26. North of Columbia av. West of I. C. R. R. 

31. South of University av. East of I. C. R. R. 

32. North of University av. East of I. C. R. R. 
4 Strokes repeated, Firemen's Meeting. 

2 Strokes, call for Fire Chief 

TO THE PUBLIC. 

In sending in an alarm of fire by telephone, please give 
the exact location to the Central Office. Do7it call up the etigijie 
house. W. E. Price, Fire Marshal. 

EDUCATIONAL. 

Board of Education — G. F. Beardsley, pres; Mrs. G. W. Gere, 
Mrs. J. M. Healey, Dr. C. B. Johnson, R. R. Mattis, F. DoUin- 
ger, and Edward Snyder. 

SCHOOLS. 

Champaign City School — W University, nw cor S Lynn. 
M. Moore, superintendent 
Edward Bigelow, Principal High School 
Miss Lottie Switzer 
Miss Josie Reed 
Miss Kate P2vereth 
Miss Anna Barnaby 
Miss Grace Reed 
Miss Lulu Pratt 
Miss Ada Van Buskirk 
Miss Lulu Stewart 
Miss Maggie M. Williams 
Miss Alice Hendron 
Miss Jessie Hess 
Miss Grace Plank 
Miss Hattie Brown 
Miss Nellie Bardwell 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



East Champaign School — S Fifth, sw cor E Clark; Prof. S. R. 
Kyle principal 

West Side School — First primary, N Randolph, sw cor W 
Hill; Miss Harriet E. Brown teacher 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

Evangelical Lutheran School — E Church, nw cor N Second; 
Rev. H. M. Strehlow principal 

St. Mary's Parochial School — Conducted by the Sisters of 
Notre Dame, E Park, ne cor N Sixth 

CHURCHES. 

Africa?i Methodist Church — E Park, se cor N Fourth; Rev. 
A. A. Burleigh, pastor; Sunday services 10:30 a m and 7:30 
p m 

Baptist Church {Col'd) — E Clark, nw cor S Sixth; services 
10:30 a m and 7:30 p m 

Christia?i Church — ns E White, bet S Sixth and S Wright; 
Rev. Samuel Jones, pastor; services 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m 

Congregational Church — W Church, se cor N State; Rev John 
Allender, pastor; Sunday services 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m 

Emajiuel Episcopal Church — N State, ne cor W University av; 
Rev. D. W. Dresser, pastor; Sunday services 7 am, 10:30 a m 
and 7:30 p m; bible class 4pm 

Evajtgelical Luthera?i Church— ¥. Church, nw cor N Second; 
Rev. H. M. Strehlow, pastor; Sunday services, 10:30 a m and 
7:30 p m; Sunday school 1:30 p m 

First Baptist Church — W University av, ne cor N Randolph. 
Officers: F. H. Lloyde, H. W. Robinson, W. Williamson, L. 
Cushman, Prof. R. Butler, Deacons. 

First Presbyterian Church — N State, sw cor W Hill; Rev. C. 
N. Wilder, pastor; Sunday services 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m; 
Sunday school 12 m; Geo. W. Hardwood, Supt. Young Peo- 
ple's Meeting every Sunday at 6:30 p m; Prayer meeting every 
Wednesday at 7:30 p m 

German Catholic Chtirch — Locust, bet First and Second, 
South; Rev. Father Stener, pastor. Services, 8 and 10 a m, 
and 7:30 p m 

German M. E. Church — S Third, ne cor E White; Rev. J. 
A. Mulfinger, pastor. Services 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m 

Methodist Episcopal Church — W Church, ne cor N State; 
Rev. J. B. Wolfe, pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a m and 7:30 
p m; social meeting, 9:30 a m; Sunday school, 12 m; chil- 
dren's hour, 3 pm; young people's class, 6:30 p m 

St. Mary's R. C. Church— E Park, nw cor N Wright; Rev. A. 
J. Wagner, pastor. Sunday services 8 and 10 a m and 7:30 p m 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES, ETC. 

C. L. S. C. — Meets weekly on Monday afternoons at the 
houses of members. Mrs. Rev. D. F. Carnahan, president; 
Mrs. I. W. Wade, secretary 

C. W. B. M. Auxiliary (in connection with the Christian 
Church) — Mrs. S. S. Jones, president; Miss Nannie Myers, 
secretary 

Dorcas Society — Mrs. Lawhead, president; Mrs. Miller, sec- 
retary 

Epworth League (in connection with M. E. Church) — S. R. 
Winchell, president; Rev. Thornton Clark, secretary 

Foreign Missiofiary Society — Meets at the First M. E. Church 
the first Friday of each month at 2:30 p m. Mrs. J. W. 
Spalding, president; Miss Ella Heath, secretary; Mrs. George 
N. Davidson, treasurer 

Home Missiofiary Society (in connection with the M. E. 
Church) — Miss C. Shepard, president; Miss Lily Heath, secre- 
tary 

Jtmior Epworth League (in connection with the M. E. 
Church) — Miss Griswald, president; Miss Grace Wolfe, secretary 

Ladies' Aid Society (in connection with the M. E. Church) 
Mrs. T. J. Baddeley, president; Mrs. Geo. W. Davidson, sec- 
retary 

Ladies' Missionary Society (in connection with the Congre- 
gational Church) — Mrs. I. O. Baker, president; Mrs. Dr. Mills, 
secretary 

Ladies' Society (in connection with the Episcopal Church) — 
Mrs. Thomas Norton, president; Mrs. D. W. Dresser, secretary 

St. Andrew's Brotherhood (in connection with the Episcopal 
Church) — Rev. D.W. Dresser, president; Frank Trecise, secretary 

5. S. Teachers' Ufuon — Meets every Monday night; Geo. W. 
Gere, president 

W. C. T. U. — Mrs. Bragg, president; Mrs. Raplogle, district 
secretary; Mrs. Lloyde, treasurer 

Wo7nan's Atixiliary to Board of Missions — Mrs. D. W. Dres- 
ser, president; Mrs. Geo. Squiers, secretary 

Womeiis Society — In connection with the German M. E. 
Church; Mrs. Dollinger, president; Mrs. Stoltey, secretary 

Young Ladies' Missionary Society — Miss Amelia Schlorff, 
president; Miss Jennie Stoltey, secretary 

Young Me?i's Christian Association — N. Butler, Jr., president; 
W. A. Rugg, vice-president; S. D. Bawden, recording secretary; 
C. R. Huntington, general secretary; G. E. Lennington, treas- 
urer; 35 Main 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



You?tg People's Society (in connection with the Congrega- 
tional Church) — Walter Rugg, president 

You?ig People's Society {in connection with the German M. 
E. Church) — Rev. J. A. Mulfinger, president; Prof. Mallie, sec- 
retary 

Young People's Society of Christian Etideavor (in connection 
with the Baptist Church) — S. Bawden, president 

Youjig People's Society of CJiristiaii Endeavor (in connection 
with the Christian Church) — S. Shurtz, president; Miss Nellie 
Turner, secretary 

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETIES. 

A7icient Order of Druids No. 4§ — Meets every Thursday 
evening. F. Baker, district deputy 

A?icie?it Order Hiberfiia?is, Div. No. i — Meets first and third 
Sundays of each month. Thomas Kent, president division No. 
1 and county delegate; Thos. Lyman, vice-president; John 
Boyle, treasurer; Thomas Coffey, recording secretary; Peter 
O'Neil, financial secretary 

Cant07i Zo7mr No. ly. Patriarchs Militant — Meets every third 

Friday of each month. T. Bacon, commander; Mills, 

lieutenant; Trickle, ensign; Harry King, clerk; John 

Bragg, accountant; J. B. Pulliam, standard bearer 

Charnpaign Camp No. 266, Moder?i Woodme?i of America — 
Meets fourth Monday of each month. S. H. Souder, consul; 
Andrew Hampton, adviser; Chas. P. Howard, clerk; W. A. 
Rugg, banker; William Wascher, escort; J. H. Hitt, watchman; 
Hasbrouck, sentry 

Champaig?i Chapter A^o. 50, R. A. M. — Regular convocation 
every third Monday in each month at Masouic Hall. E. A. 
Kratz, H. P.; J. B. A. Collan, K.; W. A. Heath, S.; J. 
O'Brien, C. H.; E. Jones, P. S.; W. Price, treasurer; W. A. 
Baker, secretary; A. G. Paro, tyler. 

CJiampaig7i Enca7npment No. 68, I. 0. 0. F. — Meets first and 
third Mondays of each month. Harry King, C. P.; T. J. Van 
Vickie, S. W.; John Poll, J. W.; J. Y. Stevens, scribe; George 
Ely, Sr., treasurer 

Champaign Lodge No. jjj, I. 0. 0. F. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening. Peter Staley, N. G.; Alfred Spalding, V. G.; 
J. Y. Stevens, 'secretary; Chris Karle, per. secretary; H. T. 
Sperry, treasurer 

Cham.paigji Lodge No. 841, K. of H. — Meets every second 
and fourth Friday. J. C. Branky, dictator and representative 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



to Grand Lodge; C. E. Hanford, vice-dictator; A. P. 
Terwilliger, assistant dictator; A. G. Paro, reporter; C. J. 
Sabin, financial reporter; G. H, Galvin, treasurer; T. C. 
Borden, chaplain; L. Dawson, guide; G. Baldwin, guardian; 
H. H. Irle, sentinel 

Col. Nodifie Post No. 140, G. A. R. — Aleets second and 
fourth Friday of each month. H. T. Sperry, C.; A. P. Cun- 
ningham, S. v.; W. G. Abbott, J. V.; VV. E. Price, Adjt.; J. B. 
Russell, P. M.; C. B. Johnson, M. D., surgeon; George G. 
Beardsley, chaplain; Jacob Buch, O. D.; John VV. Keller, O. 
G.; J. VV. Davidson, sergeant-major; Frank Wilcox, quarter- 
master-sergeant; Chas. Herme, janitor 

Kaubach Lodge No. 5</p, /. 0. 0. F. — Meets every Wednes- 
day. Frank Dollinger, N. G.; Joseph Kuhn, V. G.; P. Schu- 
maker, Rec. Sec; George Ely, Jr., Per. Sec; Geo. Ely, Sr., 
Treas.; Theodore Siegel, Rep. 

Mistletoe Grove No y8, V. A. 0. Z>.— Meets in Druid's Hall 
every Tuesday at 8 p m. T. H. King, P. A.; Frank E. Math- 
eny, N. A.; John Root, B. A.; John Straghle, recording secre- 
tar}'; Albert Dollinger, financial secretary; Thomas E. Smith, 
treasurer; Hubert Dollinger, I. G.; John Ostrand, O.; G. A. 
McGuire, conductor 

Sons of Veterans — E. E. Hoyt, captain; Frank I. Berry, first 
lieutenant; John Miller, second lieutenant; Chas. T. Gossett, 
first sergeant 

Valia?it Lodge K. of P., A^o. ijo — Meets every Thursday 
evening at K. of P. Hall. J. R. Trevett, C. C; A. L. Klank, V. 
C; G. E. Lennington, prelate; P. M. Saylor, P. C. 

Vesper Chapter No. 128, Order of Easterfi Star — Mrs. Mina 
Baddeley, W. M.; J. W. Langley, VV. P.; Mrs. Emma Baer, 
Asso. M.; Miss Susie Heath, 1st P. of S.; Miss Annie Paul, 2d 
P. of S.; Mrs. A. G. Paro, 3d P. of S.; Mrs. W. VV. Walls. 4th 
P. of S.; Mrs. Eaton, 5th P. of S.; Miss Mary Price, conduc- 
tress; Mrs. F. Bradley, asso. conductress; Mrs. E. S. Scudder, 
warden; A. G. Paro, secretary 

Western Star Lodge A^o. 240, A. F. & A. M. — Meets every 
second and fourth Monday in each month. Joseph O'Brien, 
W. M.; Samuel Ely, S. W.; William A. Heath, J. VV.; A. C. 
Munns, secretary; Henry Trevett, treasurer; Rev. E. W. 
Dresser, chaplain; E. A. Kratz, S. D.; VV. A. Baker, J. D.; A. 
G. Paro, tyler 

POSTOFFICE. 

Champaign Postoffice — 27 Main; John W. Spalding, post- 
master; A. VV. Spalding, assistant postmaster; Miss Hattie 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



Quirk, money order clerk; Albin B. Gill, clerk. Mails arrive: 
North, 1:15 am, 1:20 p m. South, 2:20 a m, 2:33 p m. East, 
3:55 a m, 12:18 p m. West, 10:25 a m, 10:57 p m. Wabash, 
1:55 p m; Champaign & Havana, 12 noon; Whiteheath & Da- 
kota, 5:45 p m. Mails depart: North, 2:20 a m, 2:50 p m. 
South, 1:15 a m, 1:37 p m. East, 10:25 a m, 10:57 p m. 
West, 3:55 a m, 12:20 p m. Wabash, 11:40 a m; Whiteheath 
and Dakota, 7 am; Champaign and Havana, 2:30 p m. Office 
hours: 7 am to 7 p m; Sunday, 9am to 10 a m; Money order 
department, 7 a m to 6 p m 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Bicycle Club — E. H. Sperry, president; Dr. C. P. Howard, 
secretary; T. J. McLaren, captain; T. A. Holt, lieutenant 

Business Meiis OrcJicstra — J. W. Waters, leader 

Champaig7i Commercial Association — Meets second Tuesday 
in each month at City Building; Henry Trevett, president; L. 
W. Faulkner, vice-president; F. D. Rugg, secretary and treas- 
urer; J. Hamilton, L. C. Garwood and F. O'Neil, directors 

Chajnpaign Public Library — City Hall; H. T. Aspern, presi- 
dent; E. A. Kratz, secretary; Mrs. W. A. Plotner, librarian; open 
from 2 p m to 7 p m. H. T. Aspern, E. A. Kratz, H. H. Har- 
ris, H. D. Stoltey, F. O'Neil, B. C. Beach, C. F. Columbia, 
J. T, Pearman, A. J. Chesbro, directors. 

Chautauqua Society — T. R. Leal, president 

Co. D 8th Regime7it, I. N. 6^.— E. T. Engle, Capt.; T. A. 
Holt 1st Lieut.; W. L. Courtney, 2d Lieut.. 

Father Matthew Total Absti7ience and Be^ievole-nt Society — 
Meets last Sunday of each month. Geo. McCarty, Pres.; John 
Moran, Vice-Pres.; P. Normandy, Sec. 

Kaskaskia Club — Meets 1st Friday in every month at 10 
Main, Henry Trevett, Pres.; H. T. Aspern, Vice-Prest. ; E. E. 
Whipples, Sec. and Treas.; F. Harding, Dwight Davis and L. 
Mittendorf, directors. 

Ladies' Art Club — Mrs. J. B. Russell, Pres., Mrs. Frisbie, 
Vice-Pres.; Miss Kate Weaver, Sec.-Treas. 

Mt. Hope Cemetery — se of the city limits 

Ni?ith Re^im.ent Band — William Schaede, leader, 16 pieces 

Society for the Preveidion of Cruelty to Aiujnals — Henry 
Trevett, Pres.; A. H. Bryan, Sec. and Treas. 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery — Situated s of the city 
limits 

Union Loa?i a?id Buildi?tg Association — G. W. Beardsley Pres.; 
George W. Harwood, Sec; L. C. Garwood, Treas.; meets the 



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Tuesday following the third Saturday of each month at office 
of Secretary. 

Woma/i's Political and Social Science Club— fleets at houses 
of members fortnightly; Mrs. Henry Harris, Pres.; Miss Fanny 
Hodges, Sec; Mrs. George Kennard, Treas. 

PUBLIC HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Bnrnham Block — 16 and 18 Main 

Druids Hall— cor Neil and Church 

Gazette Buildi?ig — 2 Main 

G. A. R. Hall—N Neil, nw cor Church 

/. 0. 0. F. Hall~U Main 

K. of. P. Hall— hi to 53 N Neil 

Marble Block — Main, se cor Walnut 

Metropolita?i Block — N Neil, sw cor Church 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — C. A. Besore 

Clerk — C. B. Holmes 

Treasurer — George M. Bennett 

Police Magistrate — F. M. Snyder 

Marshal — B. McLennan 

Chief of Fire Dept — Thos. Kaucher 

Street Supt. — Chas. F. Sell 

Board of Health — James Thorpe, J. H. Savage, T. S. Hubbard 

ALDERMEN: 

Council meetings first Monday in each month 
First Ward — Hugh Conerty, James Thorpe 
Seco7id Ward — Wm. Mullin, J. H. Savage 
Third Ward—E. J. Hillie, G. W. Hubbard 
Fourth Ward — G. W. Call, James Thomas 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cotoity Judge — J. W. Langley 
County Treasurer — J. W. Davidson 
CouTity Clerk — James McCullough 



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Circuit Clerk — W. G. Brown 
Sheriff—?. E. Burke 
Supt. of Schools — G. R. Shawhan 
Comity Surveyor — T. B. Kyle 
State's Attoriiey — L. A. Smyers 

Justices of the Peace — J. Buch, T. E. Matheny, A. H. Bryan, 
H. L. Nicolet and W. Hardy 

EDUCATIONAL. 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. 

Board of Trustees — Ex-Officiis: His Excellency, Governor 
Joseph W. Fifer; George S. Haskell, president state board of 
agriculture; Richard Edwards, LL. D., superintendent of public 
instruction. Term expires 1891: S. M. Millard, Highland Park; 
Charles Bennett, Mattoon; Oliver A. Harker, Carbondale. 
Term expires 1893: Emory Cobb, Kankakee; George R. Shaw- 
han, Urbana; W. W. Clemens, Marion. Term expires 1895: 
Francis M. McKay, Chicago; Alexander McLean, Macomb, 
Samuel A. Bullard, Springfield. Officers of the Board: Alex- 
ander McLean, president; W. L. Pillsbury, secretary; John W. 
Bunn, treasurer; Prof. S. W. Shattuck, business agent. Execu- 
tive committee: Alexander McLean, chairman; Emory Cobb, 
Charles Bennett. James D. Crawford, librarian 

OFFICERS AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Faczilty — Selim H. Peabody, Ph. D., LL. D., regent; Thomas 
J. Burrill, M. A., Ph. D., professor of botany and horticulture, 
and vice-president; Samuel W. Shattuck, M. A., C. E., profes- 
sor of mathematics; Edward Snyder, M. A., professor of 
modern languages; Joseph C. Pickard, M. A., professor of Eng- 
lish language and literature; N. Clifford Ricker, 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; Peter Roos, professor 
of industrial art and designing; Ira O. Baker, C E., professor 
of civil engineering; John C Jackson, E. M., professor of chem- 
istry; Stephen A. Forbes, professor of entomology and zoology; 
Theo. B. Comstock, Sc. D., professor of mining engineering; 
James H. Brownlee, M. A., professor of rhetoric and oratory; 
Charles W. Rolfe, M. S., professor of geology; Donald Mcintosh, 
D. V. S., professor of veterinary science; Rev. Nathaniel Butler, 
Jr., M. A., professor of Latin; Arthur T. Woods, professor of 
mechanical engineering; Curtis B. Hoppin, First Lieut. 2d 
Cavalry, U. S. A., professor of military science and tactics; 
Arthur N. Talbot, C. E., assistant professor of engineering and 



10 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

mathematics; William H. Garman, assistant professor of 
zoology; Albert G. Manns, Ph. D., assistant professor of chem- 
istry; Edwin A. Kimball, instructor of iron-work, and fore- 
man; George W. Parker, instructor of wood-work, and foreman; 
Fanny M. Ryan, instructor in modern languages; George W. 
Myers, B. S., instructor in mathematics; C. Maud Kimball, 
teacher of vocal and instrumental music; Bedros Tatarian, 
B. S., first assistant in chemical laboratory; George B. McHugh, 
second assistant in chemical laboratory; Essie Dana, assistant 
in drawing; A. B. Baker, janitor. 

♦ Board of Education — C. A. Besore, president; C B. Holmes, 
clerk; George Y.. Bennett, treasurer; P\ E. P>ubeling, 1st ward; 
N. A. Riley, 2d ward; G. \V. Hubbard, 3d ward; I. B. Smith, 
4th ward 

Schools — Urbana High School, California, bet Birch and 
Broad, J. VV. Hayes, superintendent. Second Ward School, 
Lincoln av, cor N Main, J. W. Hayes, superintendent. Fourth 
Ward School, Urbana av, bet Green and High, J. W. Hayes, 
superintendent. 

Teachers — Etta Kimball, principal High School; F. D. 
Bowditch, Hattie G. Hall, Miss Eva A. Foote, Miss Clara 
Kline, Miss Elizabeth Lindley, Miss Mae Ermentrout, Miss 
Anna B. Webber, Miss Anna Royer, Mrs. M. L. Julian, Miss 
Allie Rodgers, Miss Ida Stewart, Miss Ada Wilson 

CHURCHES. 

Christian Church — Ss Main, 2d e North; Rev. R. Harris, 
pastor. Services 10:80 a m and 7:30 p m 

Church of God — Gere's Hall; Rev. F. W. Hatch, pastor 

First Baptist Church — Race, nw cor Dry; Rev. W. W. 
Smith, pastor. Services 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m; Sunday 
school 12 m; Wednesday evening meeting 7:30; teachers' 
meeting, Friday, 7:30 p m 

First Universalist Church — Green, se cor Birch 

M. E. Church — Race, se cor Green; Rev. Frank Crane, 
pastor; services 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m 

Pefitccost Church — W Main, nw cor North 

Presbyteria?i Church — Green, nw cor Orchard, Rev. M. R, 
Paradis, pastor; services 10:30 a m and 7:30 p m 

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES, ETC. 

Ladies' Home Missionary Society — In connection with Metho- 
dist church; Mrs. J. W. Shuck, president; Mrs. R. Reimund, 
vice-president; Mrs. M. S. Parks, secretary. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 11 

Ladies' Home and Foreign Missionary Society — In connection 
with the Presbyterian church; Mrs. M. R. Paradis, president; 
Mrs. F. M. Wright, vice-president; Miss Hattie Bennett, 
secretary. 

Society of Christian Endeavor — In connection with the Bap- 
tist church; Mr. Hall, president, Chas. Heckler, vice-president; 
Miss Grace Howe, recording secretary; Miss Clara Lee, cor- 
responding secretary; Chas. L. Snyder, treasurer. 

Society of Christian Endeavor — In connection with Methodist 
church; Prof. H. H. Erode, president; Prof. G. W. Myers, vice- 
president; Alfred Ray, recording secretary; Miss K. E. Sim, 
corresponding secretary; L. M. Veirs, treasurer. 

lVo?na?i's Missionary Society — Mrs. W. VV. Smith, president; 
Mrs. Woodworth, secretary; Mrs. Riggs, treasure 

Yoimg Wome7is Christia7i Tempera?ice U?don — In connection 
with the M. E. church; Miss Clara Kline, president; Miss Anna 
Webber, 1st vice-president, Miss Hattie Bennett, 2d vice-presi- 
dent; Miss Emma Rogers, treasurer; Mrs. Flora Sims, corres- 
ponding secretary, Miss Lida M. Veirs, recording secretary. 

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETIES. 

Black Eagle Post No. i2g, G. A. R. — J. H. Brownlee, Com- 
mander; S. D. Kingsbury, S. V. C; James Bibler, J. V. C; Jno. 
Benford, O. of D.; J. G. Thompson, Chaplain; R. M. Rea, Q. M.; 
J. T. Levy, Surgeon; J. D. Pulliam, O. of G.; N. A. Kiley, W. 
G. Brown, Jno. Thornburn, Trustees. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, No. 14J — Isaac Littler, 
chief; C. W. Cole, first engineer; George Pettinger, second 
engineer 

Ca?do?i Urbana No. 44, Patriarchs Milita?it — Charles L. 
Snyder, commandant; D. D. Cannon, lieutenant; Samuel 
Watson, ensign; John W. Boyd, clerk; F. M. Snyder, account- 
ant; I. B. Smith, standard bearer; William M. McGuire, G. of 
T. ; W. A. Evans, sentinel; John Ramsey, picket 

Daughters of Rebecca — -Mrs. L. Maguire, N. G. ; Mrs. W. A. 
Beasley, V. G. ; Miss Ora Beasley, R. S. ; Mrs. W. A. Evans, 
F. S. ; Miss Minnie Ross, treasurer 

Hope Chapter No. 104, Eastern Star — Mrs. C. A. Besore, W. 
M.; S. S. Small, W. P.; Mrs. J. H. Finfrock, Asso. M.; 
Augusta Sell, conductress; Mrs. Kate Boyd, Asso. C. ; Mrs. R. 
A. Webber, treasurer; Nettie Ayers, secretary 

/. a M. A.— A. B. Shuck, president; Dr. J. E. Morrison, 
vice-president; R. M. Kimball, treasurer; J. I. Butler, secre- 



12 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

tary; M. W. Mathews, F. G. Jaques and J. H. Dougan, trust- 
ees; Dr. J. E. Morrison, delegate 

Osgood Camp No. 5J, 5. of V. — J. W. Lockhart, captain; 
Ed. Taylor, first lieutenant; Sol. Reimund, second lieutenant; 

C. D. Kiler, Fred Slater and J. C. Smith, camp council 

Triumph Lodge No. yj, K. of P. — Meets every Friday at 7:30 
p m, at K. P. Hall. William Roughton, C. C. ; E. G. Hammer, 
V. C; L. R. Gilmore, prelate; V. W. Shuck, M. of E.; H. M. 
Shuck, M. of F.; E. A. Porter, K. of R. S.; S. Roughten, M. 
A.; E. T. Lindsey, I. G.; Daniel Lehman, O. G.; J. S. Toy, 
trustee 

Urbatia Camp of Modem Woodm£n No. 26j — Meets at Grand 
Army Hall every first and third Monday in each month at 8 p 
m. J. W. Oldham, V. C.; George Charles, W. A.; W. A. 

MuUin, B.; S. Watson, clerk; Cooper, E.;A. Boyd, W.; J. 

Bois, S. 

Urbana Chapter No. 8o, R. A. M.—]. J. McClain, H. P.; J. 
H. Finfrock, K.; C. A. Besore, S.; J. T. Higginbotham, C. H.; 
W. T. Sutton, P. S.; R. A. Webber, R. A. C; A. Boyd, M. of 
1st v.; J. W. Oldham, M. of 2d V.; A. Aldrich, M. of 3d V.; 
John Ross, secretary; George Besore, treasurer; William 
Carrier, tyler 

Urbana Commandery No. i6, K. T. — Dr. A. M. Lindley, E. 
C; E. W. Julian, generalissimo; J. J. McClain, captain general; 
Rev. T. A. Parker, prelate; L. A. McLean, S. W.; W. A. 
Heath, J. W.; John Ross, recorder; George Besore, treasurer; 
P. E. Burke, warden; Allen Boyd, S. B.; J. W. Oldham, stand- 
ard bearer; William Carrier, captain of guard 

Urbana Council No. ig, R. a?id S. M. — E. Blackshaw, T. L 
M.; Ed. Jones, D. L M.; J. J. McLain, P. C. W.; F. B. 
Eubeling, treasurer; John Ross, recorder; J. H. Finfrock, C. 
of G.; M. Lindley, C. of C; A. S. Boyd, steward; William 
Carrier, tyler 

Urbana Etwampmeyit I. 0. 0. F. — Charles Schlorff, C. P.; 
M. Maguire, S. W.; J. D. Pulliam, H. P.; Joseph Markle, J. W.; 
F. M. Snyder, scribe; S. Watson, treasurer; John Williams, J. 

D. Pulliam, Morley Maguire, J. M. Chase and F. A. Ingalls, 
trustees 

Urbatia Encampment No. ijg, I. 0. 0. F. — William A. Evans, 
N. G.; Jas. Thomas, V. G.; L B. :Smith, secretary; F. W. Ayres, 
W. A. Beasley, D. D. Cannon, B. R. Heffley, Rev. Robert Harris, 
trustees 

Urbatia Lodge No. ij7, A. F. & A. M. — F. E. Eubeling, 
master; R. A. Webber, S. W.; J. J. McClain, J. W.; W. W. 
Lindley, secretary; George Besore, treasurer; John Higgin- 
botham, S. D. 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 13 

POST-OFFICE. 

Urbana Post-Office — Market, se cor Water; W. W. Lindley, 
postmaster; Miss H. B. Thompson, assistant postmaster. Mails 
arrive: West, 10:30 a m, 2 p m, 11:05 p m; East, 3:50 a m, 12:15 
p m, 2 p m; North, 1:05 a m, 1:37 p m; South, 2:10 a m, 2: 33 
p m. Depart: West, 3:50 a m; 12:15 p m, 2 p m; East, 10:30 
a m, 2 p m, 11:05 p m; North, 2:10 a m, 2:33 p m; South, 1:50 
a m, 1:37 p m. Office hours, 7 am to 7 p m; Sundays, 12 m to 
1pm. Money order office open from 7 a m to 7 p m. 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Citizens' Buildi?ig Association — John H. Savage, president; 
R. A. Weber, secretary; M. W. Busey, treasurer. Meets at the 
office of the secretary the first Tuesday after the third Saturday 
in each month. 

Illinois Homestead a7id Loan Co. — S. D. Gresham, president; 
George W. Harwood, secretary; H. C. Kariher, treasurer. 
Meet at the office of the secretary the first Tuesday of each 
month. 

Urbana Builders' Loan Association — John H. Savage, presi- 
dent; R. A. Weber, secretary; M. W. Busey treasurer; F. G. 
Jacques, vice-president. Meets at the office of the secretary 
the first Thursday after third Saturday in each month, at 7 p m. 

Urbana Hojne Loa?i Associatiofi — Collection day on third 
Monday of each month; directors meeting on Wednesday 
evening following. Officers: J. C. Sheldon, president; A. B. 
Shuck, vice-president; Milton S. Parks, Secretary; H. W, 
Mahan, treasurer; J. O. Cunningham, attorney. Directors: 
J. C. Sheldon, J. O. Cunningham, J. C. F. Sell, M. S. Parks, 
A. B. Shuck, George M. Bennett, H. W. Mahan, E. E. Lindley, 
A. Ahlrichs. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Champaign County Old Settlers' Associatio?i — Meets at the 
Fair Ground on first day of County Fair; C. F. Columbia, pres- 
ident. Champaign; L. A. McLean, secretary, Urbana; H. M. 
Russell, treasurer, Urbana; executive committee: The officers 
and S. H. Busey and J. O. Cunningham 

Champaign County Poor House — William Roughton, superin- 
tendent; e of city limits 

Cliampaign County Sunday School Associatioji — Organized Sep- 
tember, 1865; L. A. McLean, Urbana, president; A. B. Shuck, 
Urbana, secretary and treasurer 



14 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Chmitauqiia Literary Circle — Miss P. Broddus, president; Dr. 
J. E. White, vice-president; Miss Gussie Ermcntrout, secretary; 
Mrs. Frank Wright, treasurer. Meets at houses of members 
every Monday evening 

TJie mini — Published semi-monthly by the students at the 
University of Illinois; T. A. Clark, '90, editor-in-chief 

UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY-SPRING TERM 1S90. 

U. of I. Battalion — Lieut. C. B. Hoppin, U. S. A., comman- 
der and professor of military science; Field and Staff — ^Majors 
S. D. Bawden, H. Hazelton; Captain and Adjutant, A. E. Har- 
vey; Sergeant Major, J. P. Hubbell; Quartermaster Sergeant, 
P. T. Burrows. Co. A — Captain, P". H. Eno; Co. B — Captain, 
O. D. McClure; Co. C— Captain, R. S. Wallace; Co. D— Cap- 
tain, C. D. Vail; Co. E — Captain, F. W. Clarke; Co. F — Captain, 
Beckwith; Co. G — Captain, E. B. Clarke; Battery — Captain, F. 
O. Smolt; Color Guard — Sergeant, Seaman 

University Band — Drum major. Jay Harris; Leader, W. E. 
Sandford 

Civil Engineers' Club — For the discussion of engineering 
topics. Meets the last Saturday evening of each month in their 
room on the third floor of chemical laboratory building 

Mechanical Engi?ieers' Club — Meets the second Saturday 
evening of each month, at 7:80 o'clock, in engineering room in 
chemical laboratory; President, F. W. Waterman; Secretary, 
Barnett 

Athletic Associatiofi — Meets regularly on the first Friday of 
each month, in the association's rooms; President, S. D. Baw- 
den; Secretary, A. L. Pillsbury 

LITERARY SOCIETIES, ETC. 

Alethenai — Young Ladies' Literary Society. Motto: ''Live." 
Organized October 4, 1874; chartered October 11, 1881. Meets 
every Friday at 3:30 p m 

Philomatliean — Young Men's Literary Society. Motto: 
''Come lip Higher." Organized March 7, 1868; chartered Octo- 
ber 23, 1877. Meets in society's hall every Friday evening at 
7pm 

Adelphic — Young Men's Literary Society. Motto: "Animis 
opibusque parati." Organized March 7, 18(38; chartered Decem- 
ber 7, 1872. Meets in society's hall every Friday at 7 p m 

Agricultural Club — Meets five times a year in the rooms in 
chemical laboratory; President, F. D. Gardner; Secretary, W. 
H. Baldwin 

Chemical Club — Meets five times a year in the chemical 
laboratory; President, C. H, Shamel; Secretary, James Steele 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



15 



twice each term during 
Adams; Secretary, 



V. W. C. A. — Young Women's Christian Association, 
Meets every Thursday in Y. W. C. A. Hall at 3 pm. Bible 
study a specialty. Everybody welcome. President, Bessie 
Oilman; Secretary, Myrtle Sparks 

Natural History Society — Meets 
school year; President, Charles F 
Marten 

Y. M. C. A.— Room No. 40, on fourth floor of Main Build- 
ing. Meets every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Students are 
cordially invited to attend. President, C. A. Bowsher; Secre- 
tary, F. A. Hall 

Urba?ia Free Library — ^^Main, se cor Race; Miss Ada Haines, 
librarian; open from 6 to 9 every evening; on Sundays from 
5 to 6 



PUBLIC HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Biisey Hall—Yl and 19 W Main 

City Council Chamber — Main, se cor Race 

Court House — Main, ne cor Market 

Gill's Block— m Main 

G. A. R. Hall—V6 Main 

Herald Building — Main, ne cor Market 

Hubbard Block— IS Main 

/. 0. 0. F. Hall— 38 and 40 Main 

K. of P. Hall—ns W Main, 7th w Race 

Masonic Temple Bidlding — 14 and 16 Main 



CHAMPAIGN STREET GUIDE. 



Ash — from Washington 


Bloominglon Av— from N 


Eureka 


n to Vine, 2d w N Fourth 


Neil nw to citj' limits, 1st 


Beardsley 


Columbia 


n of Tremont 




Vine 


N Randolph 


Charles— from S Neil w^ 




Patton av 


to S Prairie, 2d s of W 


Bailey — from Neil e to 




Green 


Market, 1st s University 


Chalmers — from Oak e to 


S Randolph 


av 


South First, 5th s of East 


S State 


Walnut 


Springfield av 






Locust 


Chestnut — from s city 


Beardsley— from N Neil 




limits to n city limits, 1st 


e to Market, 3d n of Tre- 


Champaign — from Mar- 


w of I. C. R. R. 


mont 


ket n to city limits, 3d e 


Charles 


Hickory 


of Neil 


William 


Walnut 


Columbia 


John 


Champaign 


Vine 


Green 


Market 


Tremont 


Healey 



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Springfield av 
Jefferson 
Third South 
Second South 
First South 
Main 

Washington 
Columbia 
Vine 

Church (East) — from N 
First e to N Wright, 2d s 
of E Washington 

N Second 

N Third 

N Fourth 

N Fifth 

N Sixth 

Church (West)— from N 
Neil w to city limits, '2d 
n of W University av 

N Randolph 

N State 

N Prairie 

N Elm 

N Lynn 

New 

Prospect av 

Clark (East) — from S 
First e to S Wright, 1st s 
of E University av 

S Second 

S Third 

S Fourth 

S Fifth 

S Sixth 

Clark (West)— from S 
Neil w to New, 1st s cf 
W University av 

S Randolph 

S State 

S Prairie 

S Elm 

S Lynn 

Columbia (East) — from 
N Neil e to Wright, 1st 
n of E Washington 

Hickory 

Walnut 

Champaign 

Chestnut 

Oak 

Ash 



Poplar 
N Fourth 
N Fifth 
N Sixth 

Columbia (West) — from 
N Neil w to N Lynn, 1st 
n of W Washington 

N Randolph 

N State 

N Prairie 

N Elm 

N Lynn 

Daniel— from Oak e to 
S First and from Mount 
Hope av e to S Wright, 
4th s of E Springfield av 

Locust 

S thirst 

Recommences 

Mt. Hope av 

S Fifth 

S Sixth. 

Elm (North)— from Uni- 
versity av n to Vine, 4th 
w of Neil 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Elm (South)— from Uni- 
versity av s to Green, 4th 
w of Neil 

Clark 

White 

Union 

Springfield 

Healey 

Eureka (East) — from N 
Neil e to Market, 2d n of 
Tremont 

Hickory 

Walnut 

Champaign 

Market 

Eureka (West) — from N 
Randolph w two blocks, 
1st n of Maple 

Fifth (North)— from Uni- 
versity av n to Grove, 2d 
w of Wright 



Park 

Church 

Hill 

^V'ashington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Fifth (South)— from Uni- 
versity av s to Daniel, 2d 
w of Wright 

Clark 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield 

Healey 

(jrcen 

John 

First (North)— from Uni- 
versity av n to Washing- 
ton, 1st e of Locust 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

First (South)— from Uni- 
versity av s to city limits, 
1st e of Locust 

Clark 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

John 

Daniel 

Chalmers 

First South — from Neil 
e to S First, 2d s of Main 
Walnut 
Market 
Chestnut 
Oak 
Locust 

Fourth (North) — from 
University av, n to city 
limits, 8d w of Wright 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Grove 



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Fourth (South) — from 

University av s to city 
limits, 3d w of Wright 

Clark 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

John 

Daniel 

Fremont — from Main n 
to Washington, 2d e of 
Neil 

Green (Eas^) — from Oak 
e to S Wright, 2 s of E 
Springfield av 

Locust 

S First 

S Second 

S Third 

Mt Hope av 

S Fifth 

S Sixth 

Green (West) — from s 
Neil w to one blk w of 
S Lynn, 2d s of W Spring- 
field av 

S Randolph 

S State 

S Prairie 

S Elm 

S Lynn 

Grove— from N Fourth 
e to Wright, 3d n of E 
Washington 

N Fourth 

N Fifth 

N Sixth 

Wright 

Harris av — from Wash- 
ington n to city limits, ist 
w of Lynn 
Patton av 

Healey (East)— from Oak 
e to S Wright, 1st s of E 
Springfield av 

Locust 

S First 

S Second 

S Third 



Mt. Hope av 
S Fifth 
S Sixth 

Healey (West)- from S 
Neil w to one block w of 
S Lj-nn, ist s of W 
Springfield av 

S Randolph 

S State 

S Prairie 

S Elm 

S Lynn 

Hickory — from Main n 
to city limits, 1st e Neil 
Washington 
Columbia 
Vine 
Tremont 
Eureka 
Beardsley 

Hill (East)— from N 
First e to N Wright, 1st 
s of E Washington 

N Second 

N Third 

N Fourth 

N Fifth 

N Sixth 

Hill (West)— from N Neil 
w to N Lynn, 3d n of W 
University av 

N Randolph 

N State 

N Prairie 

N Elm 

N Lynn 

Jefferson— from Neil e 
to Chestnut, 1st n Spring- 
field av 

Market 

John— from Oak e to S 
Wright, 4th s of E Spring- 
field av 

Locust 

S First 

S Second 

S Third 

Mt. Hope av 

S Fifth 

S Sixth 



Locust — from S First s 
to city limits, 2d e of Oak 
Second South 
Third South 
Springfield av 
Healey 
Green 
John 
Daniel 
Chalmers 

Lynn (North)— from Uni- 
versity av n to Vine, 1st 
w of Elm 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Lynn (South) — from Uni- 
versity av s to Green, 1st 
Av of Elm 

Clark 

White 

Union 

Springfield 

Healey 

Main — from Neil e to 
Oak, 2d n University av 
Walnut 
Market 
Chestnut 

Market — from Spring- 
field av n to city limits, 
2d w I. C. R. R. 

Jefferson 

Third South 

Willow 

Second South 

Bailey 

University av 

First South 

Taylor 

Main 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Tremont 

Eureka 

Beardsley 

Maple— from N Neil w 
to N Prairie, 1st n of W 
Vine 



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CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



N Randolph 
N State 
N Prairie 

McKinlcy Av — from 
Springfield av n to Patton 
av, 1st w Prospect av 

University av 

Church 

Neil (North) — from Uni- 
versity av n to city limits, 
1st e Randolph 

First South 

Park 

Taylor 

Church 

Main 

Hickory 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Maple 

Tremont 

Eureka 

Beardslej' 

Neil (South) — from Uni- 
versity av s to city limits, 
1st e of Randolph. 

Bailey 

Second South 

Clark 

White 

Willow 

Third South 

Jefferson 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

John 

William 

Charles 

New — from White n to 
Church, 2d w of Elm 
Clark 

University av 
Park 

Oak — from s city limits 
n to Vine, 1st e of I. C. 
R. R. 

Chalmers 

Daniel 

John 



Green 
Healey 
Springfield av 
Third South 
Second South 
First South 
University av 
Main 
Church 
Hill 

Washington 
Columbia 
Vine 

Park (East) — from N 
First e to N Wright, 1st 
n of E University av 

N Second 

N Third 

N Fourth 

N Fifth 

N Sixth 

Park (West) — from N 
Neil w to Prospect av, 1st 
n of W University av 

N Randolph 

N State 

N Elm 

N Lynn 

New 

Patton Av. — from Bloom- 
mington av w to city 
limits, 1st n of W Eureka 

Harris av 

Prospect av 

McKinley av 

Poplar — from Washing- 
ton n to Vine, 1st w N 
of Fourth 

Columbia 

Vine 

Prairie (North) — from 
Church n to Maple, 3d w 
of Neil 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Prairie (South)— from 
University av s to city 
limits, 3d w of Neil 

Clark 

White 



Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

William 

Charles 

Prospect Av. — from 
Springfield n to city 
limits, 1st e of McKinley 
av 

White 

University av 

Park 

Church 

Patton av 

Randolph (North) — from 
University av n to Bloom- 
ington av, 1st w of Neil 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Maple 

Eureka 

Randolph (South)— from 
University av s to city 
limits, 1st w of Neil 

Clark 

White 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

John 

William 

Charles 

State (N orth)— from 
Universitv av n to Maple, 
2d w of Neil 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

State (South) — from Uni- 
versity av s to city limits, 
2d w of Neil 

Clark 

White 

Springfield av 

Healey av 



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19 



Green 
John 
William 
Charles 

Second (North) — from 
University av n to Wash- 
ington, 2d e of Locust 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Second (South) — from 
University ave s to John, 
2d e of Locust 

Clark 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

Second South — from 
Neil e to First, 2d s of 
University av 

Walnut 

Market 

Chestnut 

Oak 

Water 

Locust 

Sixth (North)— from Uni- 
versity civ n to Grove, 1st 
w of Wright 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Sixth (South)— from Uni- 
versity av s to Daniel, 1st 
w of Wright 

Clark 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

John 

Springfield Av (East) — 
from S Neil e to S Wright, 
4th s of E University av 

Market 

Chestnut 



Oak 

Locust 

S First 
Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 
Sixth 



Springfield Av (West) — 
from S Neil w to city 
limits, 3d s of W Univer- 
sity av 

S Randolph 

S State 

S Prairie 

S Elm 

New 

Prospect av 

Stoughton — from S First 
e to S Wright, 3d s of E 
University av 

S Second 

S Third 

S Fourth 

S Fifth 

S Sixth 

Taylor — from Neil e to 
Market, 1st s Main 
Walnut 

Third (North) — from Uni- 
versity av n to Washing- 
ton, 3d e of Locust 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Third (South) — from Uni- 
versity av s to John, 3d e 
of Locust 

Clark 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

Third South — [from Neil 
e to First, 4th s of Uni- 
versity av 

Market 

Chestnut 

Oak 

Water 

Locust 



Tremont — from n Neil e 
to Market, 1st n of Maple 
Hickory 
Walnut 
Champaign 
Market 

Union — from S Elm w to 
S Lynn.lsts of W White 

University Av (East) — 
from Neil e to Wright, 
4th s of E Washington 

Walnut 

Market 

Chestnut 

Oak 

Water 

First 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

University Av (West) — 
from Neil w Prospect av, 
2d s of W Church 

Randolph 

State 

Prairie 

Elm 

Lynn 

New- 
Vine (East) — from N 
Neil e to Weight, 2d n of 
E Washington 

Hickory 

Walnut 

Champaign 

Market 

Chestnut 

Oak 

Ash 

Poplar 

N Fourth 

N Fifth 

N Sixth 

Vine (West)— from N 
Neil.w to N Lynn 2d n of 
W Washington 

N Randolph 

N State 

N Prairie 

N Elm 

N Lynn 



20 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



Walnul— from S Second 
n to city limits, 3d e of 
Neil 

Bailey 

First South 

Taylor 

Main 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Tremont 

Eureka 

Beardsley 

Washington (East) — from 
N Neil e to N Wright, 
4th n of E University av 

Hickory 

Walnut 

Market 

Chestnut 

N PMrst 

Oak 

N Second 

Ash 

N Third 

Poplar 

N Fourth 

N Fifth 

N Sixth 

Wright 

Washington (West)— from 
N Neil w to Harris av. 



4th n of W University av 
N Randolph 

N State 
N Prairie 
N Elm 
N Lynn 
Harris av 

Water — from University' 
av to Third South, 1st e 
Oak 

First South 

Second South 

White (East) — from S 
First e to S Wright, 2d s 
of E University av 

S Second 

S Third 

S Fourth 

S Fifth 

S Sixth 

White (West) from S 

Noil w to Prospect av, 2d 
s of W University av 

S Randolph 

S State 

S Prairie 

S Elm 

S Lynn 

S New 

William — from S Neil w 
to S Prairie, Ist s of W 



Green 

S Randolph 
S State 

Willow — from Neil to 
Market, 3d s University 
av 

Wright (North) -from 
University av n to city 
limits, 1st e of Sixth 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Washington 

Columbia 

Vine 

Grove 

Wright (South)— from 
University av s to city 
limits, 1st e of Sixth 

Clark 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield av 

Healey 

Green 

John 

Daniel 



URBANA STREET GUIDE. 



Ater — from Lincoln av e 
to Race, 7th s of Main 
Busey av 
Coler av 
Orchard 
, North 
Birch 
Broad 
Babcock — from Univer- 
sity av s to Main, 5th e of 
Wright 

N Main 
White 
Stoughton 
Springfield av 
Berlin — from Wright e 
to Eads, 4th n of Univer- 



sity av 

Romine 
Somers 

Birch — from s city limits 
n to Main, 5th e of Lin- 
coln av 

Ater 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 

Broad — from s city limits 
n to Main, 2d w of Mar- 
ket 



Ater 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 

Busey Av — from s city 
limits n to University av, 
1st e of Lincoln av 

Ater 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 



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21 



Main 

Springfield av 
Stoughton 
N Main 
Clark 

California — from Lincoln 
av e to Vine, 5th s of 
Main 

Busej av 

Coler av 

Orchard 

North 

Birch 

Broad 

Race 

Market 

Walnut 

Vine 

Central Av— from N Main 
n to Front, 2d e of Or- 
chard 

Champaign — from 
Wright e to Eads, 2d s of 
city limits 

Romine 

Somers 

Church — from Wright e 
to Eads, 2d n of Univer- 
sity av 

Romine 

Somers 

Clark — from Romine e 
to Eads, recommences at 
Babcock thence to Or- 
chard, 1st s of University 
av 

Somers 

Eads 

Babcock 

Lincoln av 

Busey av 

Coler av 

Coler Av — from s city 
limits n to University av, 
2d e of Lincoln av 

Ater 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 



Main 

Springfield av 
Stoughton 
N Main 
Clark 

Dry — from Lincoln av e 
to Grove, 4th s of Main 
Busey av 
Coler av 
Orchard 
North 
Birch 
Broad 
Race 
Market 
Walnut 
Vine 

Dublin — from Wright e 
to Eads, 5th n of Univer- 
sity av 

Romine 

Somers 

Eads — from Springfield 
av n to city limits, 3d e of 
Wright 

Stoughton 

White 

Clark 

University av 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Berlin 

Dublin 

Champaign 

Grove 

Elm — from Busey av e 
to Vine, 1st s of Main 
Coler av 
Orchard 
North 
Birch 
Broad 
Race 
Market 
Walnut 

Front — from Orchard e 
to Race, 1st n of I, B. & 
W. R. 

West 

Central av 



Goodwin Av — from 
Springfield av s to Dry, 
3d e of Wright 

Main 

Green 

Green — from Wright e 
to city limits, 2 s of Main 
Nelson av 
Goodwin av 
Lincoln av 
Busey av 
Coler av 
Orchard 
North 
Birch 
Broad 
Race 
Market 
Walnut 
Vine 
Grove 

Grove — from Dry n to 
Main, 5th e of Market 
High 
Green 

Grove (North) — from 
Wright e to Eads, 1st s 
of city limits 

Romine 

Somers 

Harvey — from Univer- 
sity av s to Elm, 4th e of 
Wright 

N Main 

White 

Stoughton 

Springfield av 

Main 

High — from Busey av e 
to Grove, 3d s of Main 
Coler av 
Orchard 
North 
Birch 
Broad 
Race 
Market 
Vine 

Urbana av 
Maple 

Hill — from Wright e to 
Eads, 3d n of University 
av 



22 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



Bomine 
Somers 

Lincoln Av — from s city 
limits to n city limits, 6th 
e of Wright 

Ater 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Main 

Springfield av 

Stoughton 

White 

N Main 

Clark 

University av 

Linn — east one block 
from Main, 1st n of Grove 

Locust — from Central av 
e to Race. 1st n of Main 
Grove 

Main — from Wright e 
to city limits, 1st s of 
Springfield av 

Somers 

Eads 

Harvey 

Babcock 

Lincoln av 

Busey av 

Coler av 

North 

Birch 

Broad 

Race 

Market 

Walnut 

Vine 

Grove 

Main (North)— from Eads 
e to Broad, 3d n of Spring- 
field av 

Harvey 

Babcock 

Lincoln av 

Busey av 

Coler av 

Orchard 

North » 

West 

Pentral av 



Maple — from Dry n to 
Green, 4th e of Market 
High 

Market — from s city lim- 
its to n city limits, 1st e 
of Race 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 

Main 

Water 

Park 

Nelson Av — from Spring- 
field av s to Dry, 2d e of 
Wright 
M ain 
Green 

North — from s city limits 
to N Main, 4th e Lincoln 
av 

Ater 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 

Main 

Stoughton 

Orchard — from Oregon 
n to Elm, 3d e of Lincoln 
av 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Oregon — from Lincoln 
av e to Vine, 6th s of Main 
Busey av 
Coler av 
Orchard 
North 
Birch 
Broad 
Race 
Market 
Walnut 



Park — from Wright e to 
Somers, 1st n of Univer- 
sity av 

Romine 

Race — from s city limits 
n to University av, Ist w 
of Market 

Ater 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 

Main 

Locust 

Water 

Park 

Romine — from Spring- 
field av n to city limits, 
1st e of Wright 

Stoughton 

Whita 

Clark 

University av 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Berlin 

Dublin 

Champaign 

Grove 

Somers — from Spring- 
field av n to city limits, 
2d e of Wright 

Stoughton 

White 

Clark 

University av 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Berlin 

Dublin 

Champaign 

Grove 

Springfield Av — from 

Wright e to North, 4th s 
of University av 

Romine 

Somers 

Eads 

Harvey 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



23 



Babcock 
Lincoln av 
Busey av 
Coler av 

Stoughfon — Romine e to 

North, 3d s of University 
av 

Somers 

Eads 

Harvey 

Babcock 

Lincoln av 

Busey av 

Coler av 

University Av — from 
"Wright e to Market, 4th 
n of Springfield av 

Romine 

Somers 

Eads 

Harvey 

Babcock 

Lincoln av 

Busey av 

Coler av 

Orchard 

West 

Race 



Urbana Av— from Dry n 
to Main, 3d e of Market 
High 
Green 
Elm 
Main 

Vine — from s city limits 
n to Water, 2d e of Mar- 
ket 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 

Main 

Walnut — from s city lim- 
its n to Water, 1st e of 
Market 

Oregon 

California 

Dry 

High 

Green 

Elm 

Main 

Water — from Race e to 
Vine, 1st n of Main 



Market 
Walnut 

West — from n Main to 
First, 4th e of Lincoln av 
Front 
University av 

White — from Romine e 
to Lincoln av, 2d s of 
University av 

Somers 

Eads 

Harvey 

Babcock 

Wright — from s city Hm- 
irs to n city limits, 1st w 
of Romine 

Green 

Main 

Springfield av 

University av 

Park 

Church 

Hill 

Berlin 

Dublin 

Champaign 

Grove 



Champaign City Directory. 



HBBREMIKTIONS. 



agt agent 

asst assistant 

av avenue 

bldg building 

boul boulevard 

blk block 

elk clerk 

cor comer 

E east 

es east side 

N north 

ne northeast 

nr near 

ns north side 

n\v northwest 



opp opposite 

pres president 

propr proprietor 

Rev Reverend 

r resides 

rd road 

S south 

se southeast 

sec secretary 

ss south side 

sw south west 

treas treasurer 

W west 

ws west side 

wid widow 



ABBOTT W. G., r 73 N Neil 
Abernathy Arthur, photographer, r 117 E University av 
Abernathy Robert, carriage and sign painter, 115 E University 

av, r 117 E University av 
Abernathy Walter M., painter, r 117 E University av 
Adams Asbury, laborer, r 89 Walnut 
Adams Charles C, laborer, r Beardsley, ne cor Walnut 
Adams Charles F., naturalist, r 307 W Hill 
Adams Grace Miss, music teacher, 307 W Hill 
Adams James, photographer, 119 E University av, r Urbana 
Adams Margaret Miss, r 89 Walnut 
Adams William, mason contractor, 314 S Prairie 
African Methodist Church, E Park, se cor N Fourth; Rev. A. 

A. Burleigh, pastor 
Ahern John, salesman T. Morrissey, r 212 E Park 
Ahrens Henry A., carpenter, r 49 Main 
Ahrens Henry C, saloon, 49 Main 

Alexander William, laborer, r es S Prairie, 1st s W Green 
Allen John, laborer, r 32 Hickory 
Allen Judson, servant, H. H. Harris 
Allen Nathaniel, gardener, r 32 Hickory 



26 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Allender Edwin M., r 404 W Clark 

Allendcr John, Rev., pastor Congregation Church, r 404 
W Clark 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., Joseph Waters, agt, 41 Walnut 

Amos Albert, saloon, 112 E University av 

Anderson Charles N., r 208 W Church 

Anderson Ida Miss, r 203 W Church 

Anderson Oscar, tailor, r 508 E White 

Anderson Sylvanus, r 608 E Springfield av 

Anderson Washington, teaming, 804 William 

Anderson William, tile maker, r 189 Market 

Appling Emma Miss, r 688 S State 

Appling John, wagon maker, 100 N Neil, r 683 S State 

Appling John, Jr., clerk, r 683 S State 

Aranda Ereguiel, student, r 402 W Church 

Armory bldg, (now Walker Opera House bldg), N Neil, sw cor 
Park 

Armstrong J. M., r 409 E University av 

Armstrong Luther, clerk, r 409 E University av 

Arnold Sarah R. Miss, r 808 W Church 

Arnold Victor, farmer, r 808 W Church 

Arthurs John B., grocer, 24 Main, r 402 W Church 

Ash John, laborer, bds ns Bloomington rd, 1st e Harris av 

Ashcraft Harriet, wid Smith, r 727 N Randolph 

Ashcraft William, brakeman, r 727 N Randolph 

Ashland Harry, painter, r 811 E University av 

Aspern Harry T., lawyer, 31 Main, r 207 W University av 

Atkinson Samuel P. (S. P. Atkinson & Co.), r 110 W Hill 

ATKINSON S. P. & CO. (S. P. Atkinson), marble and gran- 
ite works, 70 N Neil 

Attix Kate, wid William C, r 63 N Neil 

Atwood Fred Mrs., r 208 W University av 

Axtell Albert L., auctioneer, 120 N First, r 311 E Univers- 
ity av 

Ayres Edwin R., blacksmith, 100 N Neil, r 106 W Washington 

BARB C. D., bkpr Champaign Nat'l Bank, r 401 N Prairie 
BACON TUELL (Bacon & Mittendorf), r 303 W Clark 
BACON & MITTENDORF (Tuell Bacon and Louis Mitten- 
dorf), furniture and undertakers, 12 Main 
BADDELEY CHARLES H., groceries, crockery and glass- 
ware, 75 and 77 N Neil, r 607 N State 
Baddeley John C, r 208 W Church 

Baddelev Thomas J, manager C. H. Baddeley, r 208 W Church 
BAER BENJAMIN (Eichberg & Baer), r 612 W Church 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



C. H. BADDELEY 

Managing Partner of and Successor to Wm. Dodson & Co. 
LARGEST STOCK OP 



GROCERIES 



AND QUEENSWARE IN THE COUNTY. LOWest PficeS. 
Come and Examine our Stock. 

75-77 Neil Street, - CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

Bailey Corwin C. (Vance & Bailey), 30 Main, r 306 E Univer- 
sity av 

BAILEY EDWARD, pres. Champaign Nat. Bank, r. 606 W 
Church 

Bailey, Fred S.. clerk, r 606 W Church 

Bailey Hugh, engineer, r 45 Main 

Bainun Frank E., clerk, r 623 S Neil 

Bainun James H., contract plasterer, 623 S Neil 

Baird Clara F. Mrs., r 204 W University av 

Baker Abby, wid J. D., r 728 N Neil 

Baker Amanda E. Miss, r 728 N Neil 

Baker Andrew W., laborer, r 728 N Neil 

Baker Dora R. Miss, bookkeeper, r 312 W Washington 

Baker Emma E. Miss, bookkeeper, r 312 W Washington 

Baker Felix, r 208 S Neil 

Baker Frederick, saloon, ws Market, sw cor Taylor 

Baker Gilbert L., train dispatcher I. C. R. R., r 312 W White 

BAKER IRA O., prof Civil Engineering University, r 607 W 
University av 

Baker J. P.. student, bds 208 S Neil 

Baker Lydia Miss, r ws Market, sw cor Taylor 

Baker Myer G., laborer, r 728 N Neil 

BAKER V. (Baker & Glover), r 312 W Washington 

Baker William A., vet surg, 212 Maple 

Baker William H., foreman, r 303 W Columbia 

BAKER & GLOVER (V. Baker and C. Glover), ice dealers, 
312 W Washington 

Balcom S. F., civil engineer and clerk roadmaster's office, r 
511 W University av 

Baldwin Albert, engineer, bds 101 E Clark 

Baldwin G. M., r 613 S Randolph 

Ballenbach Frederick, butcher, r 105 S Randolph 

Ballenbach John, r 105 S Randolph 



28 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Balyour Mollie, wid Frederick, r 102 E Washington 

Banes Horatio G., carpenter and contractor, 509 S Sixth 

Baptist Church (colored), E Clark, nw cor S Sixth 

Barber Henry F., engineer, r 20 Hickory 

Bardwell Nettie Miss, teacher, 802 W Hill 

Barigan Nicholas, bds Champaign House 

Barker George, bds 808 University av 

Barker John, student, r 808 University av 

Barker W. W., market gardener, S Prospect av 

Barnaby Anna Miss, teacher, r 108 W University 

Barnes John, farmer, r 008 E Springfield av 

Barry D. Mrs. r 817 S Neil 

Bartel John, cigar maker, r 108 E Church 

Bartel Mary, wid, Henry, r 108 E Church 

Bassett Edward, clerk, r 808 W Vine 

Bassett Frederick carriage maker, r 308 W Vine 

Bassett John, student, bds 101 W University av 

BAUMGARDNER GEORGE G., Veterinary Surgeon, 11 N 
Neil 

Bawden H. H. Rev., r 107 S Elm 

Bawden Samuel D., student, r 107 S Elm 

Bayes Lydia Mrs., laundress, r 107 S Neil 

Bayfield Daisy Miss, dressmaker, r 105 Vine 

Baylis William M., clerk, r 79 N Neil 

Beach Amanda Mrs., r 720 W University av. 

Beach Beman C. (B. C. Beach & Co.), r 708 W Church 

Beach B. C. & Co. (Beman C. Beach and George B. Magoon), 
grain and coal, E Vine, ne cor Hickory 

BEACH ETTA L. Miss, asst in drawing. University, r 214 S 
Neil 

Beach George W., commercial traveler, r214 S Neil 

Beach James C, elevator, r 708 W Church 

Beach Laura M. Miss, r 214 S Neil 

Beam Arthur J., r 404 W White 

Beam Jacob, police, r 404 W White 

Beardsley Annie L. Miss, r 01 1 W University av 

BEARDSLEY GEORGE F., real estate, loans, bonds, mort- 
gages, etc., 49 N Neil, r Oil W University av 

Beardsley John, student, r Oil W University av 

Beardsley & Stipes (George F. Beardsley and John W. Stipes), 
sand and gravel, 140 E Eureka. 

Beardsley & Wheaton (George F. Beardsley and M. Wheaton), 
ice dealers, 140 E Eureka 

Bedell Elizabeth, wid Daniel, r 201 Charles 

Bedell Oscar, teamster, r 734 N Randolph 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 29 

BEERS JOHN S. (Rayburn & Beers), r 607 S Randolph 

Behrens Henry, saloon, 51 Main 

Behrens Herman, r 51 Main 

Beidler Gertrude L. Miss, r 509 W Clark 

Bell John V, r 308 E University av 

Bender Samuel G,, machinist, r bet Harris and N Prospect avs 
nr I. C. R. R 

Bennett Hannah Mrs., r 206 W White 

Berbaum Henry, harness maker, r E Springfield a\^ 

Best Samuel L., engineer, r 106 S First 

Bez John, janitor, 1st Nat Bank, r 204 Stoughton 

Bibler Charles, bds 502 E University av. 

Bien Augusta, wid Henry, r 112 W Washington 

BIGELOW EDWARD, prin High School, r 107 W Spring- 
field av 

Birkholz Rudolph, house and sign painter, 202 Stoughton 

Bishop Frank, student, bds 601 E Clark 

Bishop William F., magnetic doctor, r 304 W Columbia 

Black Julia Miss, dressmaker, 65 N Neil 

Blackburn William G., janitor, r 406 E Park 

Blaine Ada Miss, r W Springfield av., nw cor Prospect av 

Blaine Boyd, r W Springfield av, nw cor Prospect av 

Blaine James, farmer, W Springfield av, nw cor Prospect av 

Blaine James H., farmer, r 825 W Church 

Blaine Melda Miss, r W Springfield av, nw cor Prospect av 

Blaine, M. Mrs., r 206 E Clark 

Blaine, Shields A., collection clerk, 1st Nat Bank of Cham- 
paign, r 106 E Park 

Blaisdell Alma Miss, teacher, r 408 W White 

Blaisdell D., barber, r 203 S Neil 

Blaisdell Edward B, barber, 9 Main, r 104 W Clark 

Blaisdell Irwin R., r 408 W White 

Blaisdell Judson S., com traveler, r 408 W White 

Blaisdell Laura Miss, teacher, r 408 W White 

Blaisdell L. C, stenographer, r 104 W Clark 

Bleichner John, laborer, r 55 S Chestnut 

Block William, r 301 E Park 

Bloudow Adolph, machinist, r 508 E Columbia 

Bodine Charles, r ss W Church, 2d w McKinley av 

Bodine Laura Miss, r ss W Church, 2d w McKinley av 

Bodine Milton, farmer, r ss W Church, 2d w McKinley av 

BOGARDUS C. E., asst in chemistry University of Illinois 

Boger Fred, student, r 208 W Church 

Boley Kate Miss, pastry cook, T. H. King 

Bollard T. Miss, r 210 W University av 



so CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

FRED BOLLMAN 



DEALER IN 



I 



Provisions and Queensware. 

114 N. FIRST, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

Bollman Emma Miss, domestic, Prof. I. O. Baker 
BOLLMAN FREDERICK, grocer, 114 N First, r 408 N 

Third 
Boncer L., r 411 E Park 
Bongard Victorine, wid Joseph, r vvs Mt. Hope av, 2d s E 

Healey 
Bongart I\Iichael, blacksmith, r 312 E White 
Bongart William H., clerk, r 812 E White 
Bonner William J., carpenter, r 610 N Neil 
Booker George A., farmer, r 829 W Church 
Booker James W. ( }. W. Booker & Co.), r 307 S Neil 
BOOKER J. W. & CO. (James W. Booker and L. C. Gar- 
wood), horse dealers and breeders, Hickory, ne cor E 
Washington 
Booker Kate E Miss, teacher, r 829 W Church 
Borden Thomas C, conductor I. C. R. R., r 620 W Church 
Boshell Maria Louise Miss, elocutionist, r 1 N Neil 
Botsfield Adam, laborer, bds Champaign House 
Bowen Aaron L., foreman machine dept, r 201 W Columbia 
Bowen Bernard, salesman E Henry, r 206 N First 
Bowen Edward, painter, r 206 N First 
Bowers Lewis, laborer, 97 N Market 
Bowles Jacob, engineer L C. R. R., r 308 S Prairie 
Bowles M Miss, r 308 S Prairie 
Bowles Robert C, compositor, r 308 S Prairie 
Bowles Sarah, wid Jacob, r 308 S Prairie 
Bowman Mary, wid Andrew J., r 207 W Springfield av 
Bowman Rae Miss, bookkeeper, r 207 W Springfield av 
Bowmann Frederick, laborer, r 207 E Church 
Boyd Archibald, manager The Singer Manufacturing Co., 36 

N Neil 
Boyle Frank, butcher, r 404 E Church 
Boyle Hugh, cigar maker, r 404 E Church 
:Boyle John (Dallenbach & Boyle), 404 E Church 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 31 

Boyle Patrick, yard master, I. C. R. R., r 404 E Church 

Boyle Thomas, baggage master, r 404 E Church 

Bradley Benjamin C., com. traveler, r 110 W Park 

Bradley Edward, farmer, es N Prospect av, 1st n Bradley av 

Bradley Frances Miss, r 110 W Park 

Bradley Kate, wid Daniel, r es N Prospect av, 1st n Bradley 

av 
Brady Alonzo, laborer, r 141 Walnut 
Brady Clara M. Miss, r 93 Walnut 

Brady E., bakery and restaurant, 112 N First, r 93 Walnut 
Bragg John, wagon mnfr, 501 N Neil, r 728 N Randolph 
Branch Alberta Jean Miss, dressmaker, r E Healey, sw cor S 

Sixth 
Branch Viola, wid Henry C, dressmaker, E Healey, sw cor S 

Sixth 
Brandenburg Charles, laborer, r 308 E Hill 
Brandenburg Rudolph, laborer, r 308 E Hill 
Brandkamp Stephen, carriage trimmer, r 313 S Elm 
Brankey J. C, train dispatcher I. C. R. R., r 705 W Church 
Brankey Laura Miss, r 705 W Church 
Brannon Winfield S., carpenter, r ss W Springfield av, 2d w S 

Prairie 
Bremer Adolph, laborer, r 106 E Washington 
Bridges Lyman H., carpenter, r 701 N Neil 
Briggs C. Wesley, teacher, r 612 W Hill 
Brinkmann August, laborer, r 511 E Columbia 
Bromwell Sarah Mrs., r es S Prairie, 1st s W Green 
Broshar Cornelia Miss, teacher of painting, r 105 S Neil 
Broshar Edward, laborer, r 206 E Hill 
Broshar Jane, wid Levi, r 105 S Neil 
Brott John, capt Salvation Army, r 75 N Neil 
Brown Aaron, laborer, r 508 W Springfield av 
Brown Alfred, carriage painter, r ws Locust, 2nd n First South 
Brown Augustus L., truant officer, r 617 W Clark 
Brown Clay, cook, Doane House, r 110 E University av 
Brown David, laborer, r 409 E Church 
Brown David, servant, G. C. Willis 
Brown E., trav agt, bds 622 University av 
Brown Frank M., student, r 411 W University av 
Brown George, teamster, r 506 E White 
Brown Harriet E. Miss, teacher, bds 105 N Elm 
Brown James, laborer, r 409 E Church 
Brown John, r 306 N Fifth 

Brown John R. Jr., foreman, gas works, r 510 E Church 
Brown Kate Mrs., r 212 E Clark 



32 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Agent for the North German Lloyd „„t t Trr-rT^M Ar-c-xTi- 

„ _ collection agent 

Steamship Line. 

JACOB BUCH, 
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

Brown K. S, Mrs. (Parker, Stoltey & Co.), r 212 E Clark 

Brown Laura, domestic, F. Wilcox 

Brown Lizzie P. Miss, r SOO N P^ifth 

Brown Mary, domestic, G. C. Gill 

Brown N. C. Mrs., r 502 E University av 

Brown Ray, r 502 E University av 

Brown Sarah Miss, r 508 W Springfield av 

Brown Seely, architect, r 411 W University av 

Brown William, r 502 E University av 

Brown William A., student, r 502 E University av 

Brownell Chester, student, r 507 S Randolph 

Brownell Oliver D., city marshall, r 507 S Randolph 

Bruce Mary Miss, r 411 W Clark 

Brunibach Lucia Miss, student, r 310 W Church 

BRYAN ALFONZO H., lawyer, 27 Main, r 401 W Univer- 
sity av 

BUCH JACOB, justice of the peace, 31 Main, r 125 E Univer- 
sity av 

Buch VVilliam, meat market, 415 N Neil, r 514 N Neil 

Buckingham Edson G., laborer, r 504 S Randolph 

Buckles H. R., gas-fitter, r 003 S Randolph 

Buckley Catherine, wid Michael, r 213 E Hill 

Bull L. Mrs., r 210 W White 

Burgess Charles, conductor, r 400 S Neil 

Burgess Jonathan, gunsmith, 413 N Neil, r 305 W Vine 

Burghardt J., jeweler, bds 105 W Hill 

Burk Harry, laborer, r 103 E Church 

Burk Jesse, agent, r 406 N Lynn 

Burk John, laborer, r 400 N Lynn 

Burk John S., teamster, r 203 N First 

Burk M. v., carpenter, r 103 E Church 

Burkett William P., watchmaker, 57 N Neil, r 105 W Hill 

Burleigh A. A. Rev., pastor African Methodist church, r 100 N 
Fourth 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 33 

BURNHAM ALBERT C. (Burnham, Trevett & Mattis), r 
603 W Church 

Burnham Block, 16 and 18 Main 

Burnham Mamie Miss, r 603 W Church 

Burnham Robert, r 603 W Church 

BURNHAM, TREVETT & MATTIS (A. C. Burnham, 
John R. Trevett, Ross R. Mattis), bankers and brokers, 16 
Main 

Burr ElHs M (Robinson & Burr), r 306 W Washington 

Burris, A. C, laborer, r es Mt Hope av, 1st s Daniel 

Burris Sylvanus, small fruits grower, r es Mt Hope av, 1st s 
Daniel 

Burrows Park T., student, r 401 N Prairie 

Burt James, student, r 307 S State 

Burwash Carrie Miss (Ireton & Burwash), 207 W Park 

Busey Carrie E. Miss, r 38 Locust 

Busey George L., stablemen, r 73 N Neil 

Busey J. S. Mrs., r 18 Locust 

Busey Minnie A. Miss, r 18 Locust 

Busey Sarah Mrs., r 410 E White 

BUTLER NATHANIEL PROF., English literature, Uni- 
versity, r 310 W Hill 

Butler William, student, r 209 W Clark 

BUTTERFIELD ALBERT M., new and second-hand goods, 
411 N Neil, r 308 W Church 

Butterfield C. Otis, r 308 W Church 

Butterfield Helen Miss, teacher, r 308 W Church 

CADY EMMA H. MRS., r 503 S State 
Cain Christopher, house mover, 725 N Neil 

Cain Frank, porter Carter House, r 41 Market 

Cain Mary Mrs., book agent, r 41 Market 

Calvin Frank, clerk, C. J. Sabin, r Clark 

Campbell Almira L. Mrs., r 603 W University av 

Campbell Charles, teamster, bds 508 W White 

Campbell Frank E. (Campbell & Spalding), r 603 W Univers- 
ity av 

Campbell John M., teamster, r 310 E Clark 

Campbell Peter S., compositor, r 312 W White 

Campbell & Spalding (Frank E. Campbell and John W. Spald- 
ing), horse-shoers, 13 N Neil 

Campton Mark, engineer, r 106 S First 

Carleton Mary E., wid Enoch, r 32 Second South 

Carley Graham, r 112 W Church 

Carlson J. A., tailor, bds 202 E University av 



34 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Carnahan David F. Rev., r 207 W Hill 

Carnahan Franklin G., student, r 207 W Hill 

Carpenter Nelson D., cigars and tobacco, 114 E University av 

Carroll John, laborer, r 58 N Walnut 

Carroll Michael, laborer, r 02 Hickory 

Carson William, r 212 S Neil 

Carter Dixon S., real estate, 407 N State 

CARTER HOUSE THE, James R. Saye propr, 34, 36 and 

38 Walnut 
CARTER HOUSE LIVERY STABLES, John W. Elsea 

propr. Walnut opp The Carter House 
Carter Joseph, barber, r 313 E Park 
Carter Mary E. Mrs., r 301 E Church 

Carter Turner, sewing machine agent, r 609 E University av 
Carver J., fireman, bds 101 E Clark 
Cary Elvvood, laborer, r Champaign, ne cor E Eureka. 
Cassen A., tinner, bds 201 S Elm 
Cassler John, laborer, r 204 E White 
Centner Rudolph, cigarmaker, r 209 E White 
Central Union Telephone Co., James B. McMillen, manager, 14 

Main 
Chamberlain D. L., conductor I. C. R. R., r 29 E Springfield av 
Chamberlain Lewis, r 29 E Springfield av 
Chambers William, student, r 307 S Wright 
Chamjwign Bargain Store, J. R. Grccnhalgh, propr, 6 Main 
CHAMPAIGN BOTTLING WORKS, William Miebach, 

propr, ol) First South 
Champaign Brick and Tile Co., George F. Beardsley, pres; D. 

Morrisey, vice pres; George W. Harwood, sec andtreas, 140 

E Eureka 
Champaign City Schools, W University, nw cor S Lynn, M. 

^Ioorc, supt 
CHAMPAIGN DAILY GAZETTE, W. H. Munhall, editor 

and manager. Gazette bldg, 2 Main 
Champaign House, Mrs. P. Coffey, propr, 710 N Neil 
Champaign National Bank, Edward Bailey, pres; J. B. McKin- 

ley, vice pres; W. A. Heath, cashier; W. W. Maxwell, asst 

cashier, 5 Main 
Champaign Nurseries, J. B. Harris & Co., proprs, 15 Main 
Champaign Postoffice, 2 I\Iain, J. W. Spalding, postmaster 
CHAMPAIGN ROLLER MILLS, George W. Kennard, 

propr, 28 E University av 
Champaign Steam Laundry, Monroe & Keusink Bros., proprs, 

28 N Neil 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 35 

CHAMPAIGN TIMES THE, Powers & Fielding, proprs and 
publishers, 30 Main 

Champaign and Urbana Gas Works, E Hill, ne cor N Fifth, A. 
J. Chesboro, supt 

Chance Arthur B., foreman S. P. Atkinson & Co., r 108 W 
Church 

Chandler John, drayage, r 606 S State 

Chapman George M., butcher, r 736 N Randolph 

Charles Clifton, painter, r 119 E University av 

Charles William, painter, r 121 E University av 

Cheever D. A., physician, r 307 W Clark 

Cheever Emily C, artist, r 307 W Clark 

Cherry William, r nr extreme end S Neil, outside city limits 

Chesboro Andrew, manager Gas Works, r 401 W University av 

Chester Delle Miss, r 208 W University av 

Chester E. E., fancy stock raiser and farmer, outside city lim- 
its, nr S Prospect av 

CHESTER HUBERT, propr Bus and Transfer lines, 58 First 
South, r 208 W University av 

Chester John N., student, r 208 W University av 

Chester Nellie Miss, r 208 W University av 

C, C, C. & St. L. Railway Depot, bet N Neil and N Randolph, 
nr Maple, W.. P. Lockwood, agt 

Chicago Magnetic Shield Co., Mrs. M. B. Strong, agent, 1 N 
Neil. 

Chodere John, bartender, r 304 E Hill 

Christian Church, ns E White, bet S Sixth and S Wright, Rev. 
Samuel Jones, pastor 

Christie Charles, carpenter, r 58 E University av 

Cissne John F., laborer, r 11, 25 Main 

Clancy Edward, 70 S Chestnut 

Clancy Patrick, conductor, bds 121 E University av 

Clancy Patrick, laborer, bds 67 Main 

Clancy Rebecca Miss, teacher, r 614 W Church 

Clark Arthur N., farmer, r ss W Springfield av, 1st n S Pros- 
pect av 

Clark A. S. wid Joseph M., r 601 John 

Clark Charles, painter, r 411 E University av 

Clark Charles B., clerk, H. Trevett, r 207 S. Wright 

Clark Cyril B., r 207 S Wright 

Clark D. S., grocer, 404 E White 

Clark Eugene L., clerk, r 512 W Park 

Clark Harry, painter, r 411 E University av 

Clark J. G., farmer, r ss W Springfield av, 1st n S Prospect av 

Clark J. M., bookkeeper J. B. & M. B. McKinley, r 601 John 



36 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Clark Leslie B,, asst. cashier Burnham Bank, r ss W Springfield 

av, 1st n S Prospect av 
Clark, Manley, clerk, r 001 John 
Clai-k Martin W., clerk, Burnham, Trevett & Mattis, r 512 W 

Park 
Clark Thornton Rev., pastor Champaign circuit, r 714 W 

Church 
Clarkson James F., student, r 88 Walnut 
Clasey Sophie Mrs., r 409 E Hill 
Clay Henry, clerk, C. H. Baddeley, r 406 W. Clark 
Claybourn Charles, clerk, r 410 W White 
Claybourn E. S., engineer, r 410 W White 
Clifford Edward, engineer, r 302 W Washington 
Clift Bert, brakeman, I. C. R. R., r 82 Main 
Clingman William H., conductor, r 805 E Clark 
Coady John, asst warehouseman, r 104 E Park 
Coates Nelson, r 307 S Elm 
Cody Bridget, waitress, Doane House 
Coffeen Alvah M., r 510 E White 
Coffeen Amy Miss, music teacher, r 510 E White 
Coffeen A. M. coal, r 510 E White 
Coffeen Frederick G., student, r 510 E White 
Coffey Joseph W., clerk, r Champaign House 
Coffey Mary, wjd Thomas, r 80S N Sixth 
Coffey Philip, laborer, r 807 N Sixth 

Coffey P. Mrs., proprietor, Champaign House, r 710 N Neil 
Coffey Thomas, bartender, r Champaign House 
Coffin Charles R., horse dealer, r 411 W Clark 
Coffin Elizabeth Mrs., r 411 W Clark 
Coffin Thomas, horse dealer, r 411 W Clark 
Coghill Frederick, carpenter, r es Walnut, 2nd n C, C. C. & 

St. L. R. R. 
Coghill Jesse M., laborer, r ws Champaign, 3d n C, C. C. & 

St. L. R. R. 
Cole David B., r 823 W Church 
Cole Elizabeth Mrs., r 208 W White 
Cole George F., farmer, r 819 W Church 
Cole John, laborer, r vvs New, 1st n W Springfield av 
Cole M. J. Mrs., r 505 E Clark 
Coleman Burling, barber, 35 N Neil, r 21 Water 
Coleman P"rank, barber, r Jefferson 
Coleman John, fireman, r 408 N Second 
Coleman William, r G Jefferson 

Coleman William, Jr., conductor, I. C. R. R., r 6 Jefferson 
Colglasier John, agent, bds 505 N Neil 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 37 

CoUan John B. A., cigar mnfr and tobacco jobber, 41 Main, bds 

410 E Park 
Collier Mary Mrs., r 401 E White 
Collins John, fireman, I. C. R. R., r 315 S Randolph 
Columbia Curtis F., r Bloomington rd, sw cor N Randolph 
Colvin George W., laborer, r 105 S. Fourth 
Commercial Hotel, Frank Donley proprietor, 70 E Main 
Conant S. D. Mrs., r 310 W Clark 
Conarty James, molder, r 508 E Washington 
Conarty John, r 508 E Washington 
Conarty Patrick, laborer, r 508 E Washington 
Condit Amanda Mrs., r 703 W Church 
Condit Ogden M., painter, 88 N Neil 
Condit R. B., salesman, Ottenheimer & Co., r W Park 
Condit Willoughby R., r 610 S Randolph 
Condon David, laborer, r 406 W Springfield av 
Cone C, student, bds 116 E University av 
Congregational Church, W Church, se cor N State, Rev. J. 

Allender, pastor 
Conklin William, bartender, bds 105 E Park 
Conkling Antoinette, wid Stephen, r 206 W Washington 
Conkling Harry, laborer, r 206 W Washington 
Conley Nancy Mrs., r 306 E University av 
Conn James W., teamster, r 202 E. Hill 
Conn R. B., Dr., r 801 W Church 
Connett Ella Miss, teacher, r 504 W Springfield av 
Connett Lucinda, wid Isaac, r 504 W Springfield av 
Conover Columbus F., carpenter, r 4 E University av 
Conover George C, engineer, r 107 W Park 
Cook A. Curtin, clerk, r 110 W Washington 
Cooke Jennie Miss, milliner, bds 303 W University av 
Coon Joshua N., carpet weaver, r 617 S State 
Cooper Bert, student, r 110 W Springfield av 
Cooper Bessie Miss, dressmaker, 26 Main, r 305 E University av 
Cooper Elvira Mrs., r 305 E University av 
Cooper Frank, conductor, I. C. R. R., r 110 W Springfield av 
Cooper Mark, student, r 110 W Springfield av 
Cooper Rebecca Miss, dressmaker, 305 E University av 
Cornelison Robert, student, r 601 John 
Cornell Frank, student, r 307 S State 
Corray Margaret E.; wid John, r 714 W Church 
Corwin James, 1st engineer Union Mfg Co. 

Costello Frank T., merchant tailor, 21 Main, bds Carter House 
Cottrell Clark, teamster, r es Mt Hope av 2d n city limits 
Coughlin William, bartender T. Morrissey, r 3 E Park 



88 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY 

UNIVERSITY BOOKS AND SUPPLIES AT 

A. R CUNNINGHAM'S-DMGGjsi 

Drawing Materials. Drauj^jiitint; Instruments and Fine Stationery. 

BASE-BALL AND ATHLETIC GOODS. 

Drugs, Pertumes and Toilet articles. Pharmaceutical Preparations and Prescriptions 

Compounded with care. 

Fine Cigars made a Speciauy. News Depot. Students- Trade Solicited. 
25 Main Street, - - CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Couse, Elizabeth J. Mrs., r 300 W Washington 

Cowgill William, carpenter, r E Columbia, sw cor N Fourth 

Cox Eliza, wid Richard, es Hickory, 1st s Trcmont 

Cox Ferry, laborer, r es Hickory, 1st s Tremont 

Cox Mary Mrs., r 207 S State 

Craig E. C, student, r 209 W Church 

Craig William P., lawyer, 3, 25 Main 

Cramer Edward, teamster 

Cramer Pauline Miss, milliner, r 25 E Springfield av 

Crane Elizabeth, wid Levi, r 501 E Springfield av 

Crane Isaac R., r 403 S Wright 

CranncU E. L. Miss, r 208 W Columbia 

Cranncll John L., painter, r 208 W Columbia 

Crannell John N., carriages, 504 N Neil, r 208 W Columbia 

Cranncll William W., clerk, r 208 W Columbia 

Cranson A., brakeman, r 112 £ White 

Cranson L. Mrs., r 112 E White 

Craven B. F., brakeman, r 501 S Neil 

Craven M. H. Mrs., r 005 W University av 

CRAWFORD J. D., prof of history and librarian University 

of Illinois, r 308 W Church 
Crighton William, restaurant, 28 Walnut, r 504 S Neil 
Crighton William, Jr., r 504 S Neil 
Crouch John, r 010 W Clark 
Crouch Malvina, domestic, W. H. Lenington 
Cumberland Charles, r 21 E Springfield av 
Cumberland Daisy Miss, printer, r 105 W White 
Cumberland Oliver P., nurseryman, 105 W White 
Cummins William, r 507 S Neil 
Cummins William H., carpenter, r 507 S Neil 
CUNNINGHAM ALBERT P., druggist, 25 Main, r 304 W 

Washington 
Cunningham Clara Miss, student, r 304 W Washington 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 39 

Cunningham George N., clerk, A. P. Cunningham, r 304 W 

Washington 
Cunningham John, saloon, 69 Main, bds G7 Main 
Cunningham Ralph E., student, r 304 W Washington 
Cuppernell F. M. Mrs., r 204 W White 
Curran Margaret, wid William, r 105 W Vine 
Curtis Rachael Mrs, r 106 N Second 

Curtis William, carpenter, r N Fourth, nw cor E Columbia 
Curzon James H., engineer, r 507 N Elm 
Cushing Henry E., physician. Metropolitan block, r 107 W 

Hill 
Cushman Leicester, r 503 S Randolph 

DAILY SOPHIA MISS, pastry cook. The Carter House 
Dallenbach Bros. (J. J. & W. C. Dallenbach), meat mar- 
ket, 8 Main 
Dallenbach Frederick ( Dallenbach & Boyle, r 105 S Randolph 
Dallenbach George, butcher, r 201 W Clark 
Dallenbach John J. (Dallenbach Bros.), r 109 W Park 
Dallenbach W. C. (Dallenbach Bros.), r E University av 
Dallenbach & Boyle (Frederick Dallenbach and John Boyle), 

meat market, 41 N Neil 
Danforth D., r 203 W Park 

Davidson George W., buggies, Armory Bldg., r 511 W Church 
Davidson James W., county treasurer, r 112 W Park 
Davidson Thomas B., brakeman, I. C. R. R., r 309 S State 
Davis Emma Mrs., r 202 E University av 
Davis Henry, laborer, bds 104 W Washington 
Davis R. Dwight, air brake instructor, r 73 N Neil 
Davis William, laborer, bds Market, se cor Beardsley 
Davis William J. Rev., r 605 E Springfield av 
Dawson Alva M. (Hall & Dawson), r 201 W Church 
Dawson Annie Miss, dressmaker, r 625 S Randolph 
Dawson George W., salesman, r 105 W Park 
Dawson Lance, cooper, r 625 S Randolph 
Dawson Lance, Jr., master mechanic, r 625 S Randolph 
Dawson Marguerite Miss, cashier, Ottenheimer & Co., r 625 S 

Randolph 
Dawson Nellie Miss, r 625 S Randolph 
Day Thomas D., plasterer, r 305 E Park 
Dean Elmer, farmer, r 508 E Park 
Dean Emmett, tel operator, r 508 E Park 

Dean Richard, stock dealer, r ns W Church, 2d w McKinley av 
Dean Squire J., salesman, H. Trevett, r 307 W Vine 
Decius Lyle, student, r 408 E Springfield av 



40 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Decius Owen, student, r 408 E Springfield av 

Dehart Chauncey A., delivery clerk, r 408 E Springfield av 

Dehart Melissa, wid Alex, r 408 E Springfield av 

Dehart Theodore, delivery clerk, r 408 E Springfield av 

Deissel Louis, car repairer, r 408 E Hill 

Demlo Frederick, farmer, r ns W Springfield av, 2d w S Pros- 
pect av 

Demlow Frederick T. laborer, r 012 Ash 

Demlow Jacob, laborer, 407 N Third 

Demlow John G., laborer, 809 E Church 

Demlow Louis, laborer, r 309 E Church 

DePuy M. H., grocer, 512 E University av 

DePuy William, r 512 E University av 

Dickens C. W., brakeman, L C. R. R., bds Matheny House 

Dickerson Clay, clerk, r 406 W Clark 

Dickerson Frank, r 406 W Clark 

Dickerson Joshua, carpenter and builder. Second South s ne 
cor S Neil, r 406 W Clark 

Diehl William, meat market, r 402 E University av 

Dillavou Jacob R., dairyman, r 601 W Springfield av 

Dillon George S., farmer, r 310 K University av 

Dimmer Robert, tailor, r 107 E Church 

Dineen Louis, delivery clerk, E. Henry, r 201 E White 

Dineen Mayme Miss (Dineen & Kcttrick), r 61 N Neil 

Dineen Patrick, laborer, r 201 E White 

Dineen & Kettrick Misses (Mayme Dineen and Anna Kit- 
trick), dressmakers, 61 N Neil 

DOANE HOUSE, Main, nw cor Oak, Edward P. Niles, propr 

Dodson William, r 406 N State 

Dolan Thomas, 4 401 E Vine 

Dollinger Adolph L., tailor, r 201 E Clark 

Dollinger Albert, letter carrier, 111 E Clark 

Dollinger Amelia Miss, 111 E Clark 

Dollinger P>ank, mer tailor, 9, 1 Main, r 111 E Clark 

Dollinger Hubert, packer, r 111 E Clark 

Donahue Charles, brick-layer, r 509 E Clark 

Donald John, laborer, r 502 Grove 

Donley Ella Miss, r Commercial Hotel 

Donley Frank, stationary engineer and propr Commercial 
Hotel 

Donley Katie Miss, r Commercial Hotel 

Donley Peter J., fireman Union Manfg. Co., r Commercial 
Hotel 

Donley William, trimmer, r Commercial Hotel 

Donohue Charles, laundry, 407 E Church 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 41 

Doran Mary Mrs., r 109 E Church 

Dorndorf Minnie Mrs., r 108 E White 

Doroughty John, brakeman, bds 119 E University av 

Doty James C, carpenter. Market, sw cor E Columbia 

Doty Matilda A. Mrs., r 602 Grove 

Downing Joseph, engineer, r 200 E Clark 

Doyle Israel, land examiner, Burnham, Trevett & Mattis, bds 

103 S Neil 
Doyle John, laborer, bds Champaign House 
Doyle M., r 102 E Park 

Doyle Nellie Miss, dressmaker, 2, 7 Main, r 210 E Hill 
DOYLE RICHARD, foreman book-bindery, Gazette office, r 

10 Hickory 
Doyle Terrence, r 210 E Hill 
Dresser D. W. Rev., pastor Emanuel Episcopal Church, r 203 

W Clark 
Dryer Hiram G., r 809 W Church 

Dudley Ella Miss, night operator, C. U. Tel. Co.. 410 W White 
Duke Sophia M. Mrs., r 402 W White 
Dukes Albert W., clerk, r 308 E Park 
Dukes Marion, clerk, r 308 E Park 
Dukes Spencer D., cigarmaker, r 308 E Park 
Dukes William M., laborer, r 33 Hickory 
Dunball William, meat market, r 210 W University av 
Dunham M. E. Mrs., boarding, 501 N Randolph 
Dunham William, agt, r 609 W Springfield av 
Dunlap Lizzie, wid A., r307 S State 
Dunlap Addie E. Miss, teacher, r 503 E University av 
Dunlap James W., carpenter and builder, r 503 E University av 
Durr John H., carpenter, r es N Sixth, 1st n Grove 
Dust C, r ws Locust, 2d n First South 
Dust Frederick, shoemaker, r 310 E Hill 
Dust Henry, laborer, r 307 E Hill 
Dust William, r 307 E Hill 
Dyson Oliver, laborer, r 20 Hickory 

EAGLETON CHARLES M., carpenter, r 701 N Neil 
East Champaign School, Clark and Fifth, S. R. Kyle, 
principal 
Eaton Anton, laborer, r 410 E Healey 
Eaton Charles, r 410 E Healey 
Eaton Herbert, printer, r 310 W Vine 
Ebert Jacob, bakery and restaurant, r 106 N First 
Ebert T., wid George, r 106 N First 
Eddy Frank, laborer, r S Walnut, ne cor Second South 



42 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Edridge Calmer, teamster, r 743 N Neil 
EfTcrleston L. Miss, canvasser, r 403 W Clark 
EICHBERG MAX ( Eichberg & Baer), r Chicago 
EICHBERG OPERA HOUSE, 20 and 22 Main 
EICHBERG & BAER (Max Eichberg and Benjamin Baer), 

proprs New York store, 20 and 22 Main 
Eidmann Edward, student, bds 507 E University av 
Eisner Albert, com trav, r 209 W Church 
Ekbom Oloph, tailor, r 310 E Church 
Ekelberg Albert, cigarmaker, r 103 E White 
Ekelberg Frederick, laborer, r 103 E White 
Eldridge Andrew, drayman, r 743 N Neil 
Ellis Edward W., student, bds 207 S Wright 
Ells Sarah M., wid Erastus, r ()06 S Neil 
Ellsworth Frank S., student, r 401 N Prairie 
ELSEA JOHN W., livery, sale and boarding stables; also, 

dealer in coal. Office and barns opp. The Carter House 

and No. 8 S Walnut 
Ely Carrie Miss, r 302 E Church 
Ely Ernest, blacksmith's helper, r 203 E Church 
Ely George, carriage manufacturer, cor E University av and 

Walnut, r 302 E Church 
Ely George, Jr., manager George Ely, r 507 E Park 
Ely John, blacksmith, r 302 E Church 
Ely Louis, blacksmith, r 302 E Church 
Elv Samuel, carriage trimmer, r 406 E Church 
Ely William, clerk, r 302 E Hill 
Embry Burrill, r 203 S Neil 
Embry George O., laborer, r 203 S Neil 
Embry Joel, laborer, r 203 S Neil 
Embry Joseph, laborer, r 715 N Randolph 
F^mmett Noble, clerk, r W Park, se cor N New 
EMPIRE CORDAGE CO. THE, J. D Filley, Pres.; Ben B. 

Graham, Vice Pres.; L. F. Jones, Sec'y and Treas.; George 

H. Squires, Gen. Manager, E. P^ureka, cor Champaign 
Endicott John, night caller I. C. R. R., r 500 E Columbia 
Endicott Mark, night clerk. The Carter House 
Endicott William B., pressfeeder. Gazette office, r 506 Dublin 
Engine House No. 1, W^alnut, se cor Taylor 
England Annie Miss, domestic, F. D. Rugg 
Engle Elijah T., carpenter and contractor, r 625 S Neil 
English Albert, restaurant, 23 Main, r 6, 27 Main 
English Robert, r 707 N Fifth 
Episcopal Church, N State, ne cor W University av. Rev. D. 

W. Dresser, pastor 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 43 

Eppstein Samuel, cigar manfr, r 206 W Park 

Estis Harry, servant, J. R. Trevitt 

Evangelical Lutheran Church, E Church, nw cor N Second, 

Rev. H. M. Strehlow, pastor 
Evangelical Lutheran School, E Church, nw cor N Second, 

Rev. H. M. Strehlow, prin 
Evans Elizabeth A. Mrs., r 110 E Clark 
Evans Gus, compositor Gazette office, r engine house. City 

Hall 
Everett Kate Miss, teacher, r 706 E University av 

FARLEY THOMAS, car repairer, r 301 N First 
Farley Thomas P., fireman, r 110 E Clark 
Farley Peter, fireman, r 301 N First 
Farrington Edward H., first asst chemist University of Illinois, 

r 201 N Randolph 
FAULKNER LUCAS W. (L. W. Faulkner & Co.), r 110 W 

Columbia 
FAULKNER WATSON (L. W. Faulkner & Co.), r 604 N 

Neil 
FAULKNER L. W. & CO. (Lucas W. and Watson Faulk- 
ner), druggists, 53 N Neil 
Fay Ann Mrs., r 508 E Church 
Fay Thomas, r 508 E Church 

Feltham George W., plasterer, r 306 E Park A 

Ferris Ezra H., physician, r 405 W Vine 
Fiddle George H., r 210 E Church 
FIELDBINDER WILLIAM (Helbling & Fieldbinder), 

114 E Clark 
FIELDING ISAAC (Powers & Fielding), r 207 W Clark 
Finder Frederick, drayage, r 402 E Springfield av 
Fink R. M., laborer, r s end S Prairie av 
Finnigan Mary, wid Bryan, r 612 W Springfield av 
Finnigan Thomas, farmer, 612 W Springfield av 
First Baptist Church, W University av, ne cor N Randolph 
First National Bank of Champaign The, B. F. Harris, pres; H. 

H. Harris, cashier; George A. Turell, asst cashier. Main, 

sw cor Walnut 
First Presbyterian Church, N State, sw cor W Hill, Rev. 

Charles N. Wilder, pastor 
FISHER A. F. (W. W. Walls & Co.), r Chicago 
Fisher Jane Miss, seamstress, r 408 W Hill 
Fisher John, r 408 W Hill 

Fitzgerald Alice Miss, dressmaker, r 408 S Neil 
Fitzgerald James W., brakeman, r 203 E Park 



44 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Fitzgerald Mary Mrs., r 402 E Park 

Fitzgerald Patrick, r 408 S Neil 

P"itzsimmons Thomas, laborer, bds 806 E University av 

Fleck Carl, r 108 S First 

Fleming Jennie Mrs., r 809 W Columbia 

Fleming Jesse, supt. of streets, r 204 W University av 

Fleming Katie, waitress. Champaign House 

Fleming Logie, engineer, r 212 W Columbia 

Fleming Mary, cook, Champaign House 

Fletcher Joseph H. farmer, r 402 W Washington 

Fletcher Joseph W., r 402 W Washington 

Fluck Martin M., salesman Eichberg & Baer, r 105 E Park 

Fluck Martin J., clerk, r 105 E Clark 

Flucke William, engineer, I. C. R. R., 105 W Springfield av 

Foley W'illiam, switchman, I. C. R. R., 602 S Randolph 

Follman Joseph, laborer, r 812 E Hill 

Fondersmith George, gunsmith, 85 N Neil, r 65 N Neil 

Footc Charles, engineer I. C. R. R., r 24 N Neil 

Ford James G., r 502 E University av 

Foster C. W., music teacher, 18 Main 

Foster George B., postal clerk, Decatur branch, I. C. R. R., r 
106 W Springfield av 

Foster Katie, dining-room girl, Mathcny House 

Foster Winslow, student, 811 W White 

Foster Zebulon, student, 817 S State 

Frank Christopher, laborer, r 402 S First 

Frank P^rancis, laborer, r 407 N Second 

Frank Robert, laborer, r 407 N Second 

Frankenstein Lena, domestic, H. T. Sperry 

Frankenstein Matilda, domestic, J. S. Jones 

Frankenstein William, bricklayer, r 806 E Hill 

Franks Jacob, engineer, r 102 E White 

Franks Thomas, florist, 704 N Randolph 

Frazee John, laborer, r 306 E University av 

Fredrickson Johanna, wid Erasmus, r 809 W Washington 

Fredrickson John H., student, r 809 W Washington 

Freeman A. Mrs., r 810 E University av 

P>eese L. Rev., pastor German Lutheran Church, r 312 E Uni- 
versity av 

Frcesc William, r 812 E University av 

P"'rench William, engineer, r 8() Hickory 

Freshwater Henry, horse-trainer, r 508 Stoughton 

Friedlin Frederick, foreman, r 25 E Springfield av 

Frisbie M. Mrs., r 207 W Church 

Frison Adam (Prison Bros.), r 108 Springfield av 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 45 

Prison Bros. (Adam and Joseph Prison), carriage builders, 

12 and 14 E University av 
Prison Joseph (Prison Bros.), r 705 N Randolph 
Prison Margaret Mrs., r 705 N Randolph 
Proehlke William, r 207 N Third 
Pry Alonzo, engine driver, Pire Dept, r 5 N Neil 
Pry Charles B, clerk, r 208 W Church 
Pry David, r 408 W Washington 
Pry John D., com trav, r 401 W Clark 
Punkhauser, James r 505 E White 
Puson S. A. Mrs., boarding, r 105 N Elm 

GAINES ALBERT, barber, bds 21 Water 
Gaiser George, laborer, r 012 Grove 

Gaiser Jacob, r 612 Grove 

Gall Ed P. (P. P. Rush & Co.), r Indianapolis, Ind. 

Galloway A. J., butcher, r 90 Walnut 

Galvin George H., train dispatcher I. C. R. R., r 318 S Neil 

Gamble George R., photographer, 53 Walnut, r 101 W Uni- 
versity av 

Gardiner James, horse-dealer, r 303 S Elm 

Garland Charles G., foreman, r (307 N Neil 

Garmes Henry, conductor, r 303 E Clark 

Garrett John W., teamster, r 507 W Clark 

Garrison George, brick-layer, r 506 W Washington 

Garrison Minnie Miss, teacher, r 412 W Washington 

Garrison Samuel, brick-layer, r 507 E Clark 

Garrity Patrick, wiper, bds 67 Main 

Garwood Prank, carpenter, r 502 Stoughton 

Garwood Lanson C, (J. W. Booker & Co.), jeweler, 13 Main, 
r 210 W Church 

Gayman Angle Miss, teacher, r 108 E Clark 

Gayman George, boots and shoes, 108 N Pirst, r 108 E Clark 

Gaynor John, brakeman, bds 121 E University av 

Gaynor Peter, brakeman, bds 121 E University av 

Gazette building, 2 Main 

Gehrke Charles, baker, r 205 E Clark 

Gehrke Herman, cutter, r 102 Stoughton 

Gere George W. (Gere & Philbrick), r 107 N Elm 

Gere & Philbrick (George W. Gere and Solon Philbrick), law- 
yers, 16 Main 

German Catholic Church, Locust, bet 1st and 2d South, Rev. 
Pather Stener, pastor 

German M. E. Church, S Third, nr cor E White, Rev. J. A. 
Mulfinger, pastor 



46 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Gibbs Louisa, wid Elijah, r 506 N Neil 

Gibbs Willis, laborer, r 50(5 N Neil 

Gibson Charles W., r 208 W University av 

Gibson Nancv J., wid John W., r 79 Walnut 

Gicse William, laborer, r 402 E Hill 

Gilhoolv Mary, dishwasher, The Carter House 

Gill Albin B., clerk, P. O., r 210 W Columbia 

Gill Blanche A., 210 W Columbia 

Gill George C, special agent, r 210 W Columbia 

Gill Grace G. Miss, r 210 Columbia 

Gill Harry C, student, r 210 W Columbia 

Gillen Clinton E., engineer, r 108 S Fourth 

Gillen Nancy Mrs., r 108 S Fourth 

Gillmore Edward F., brakeman, r 508 S Neil 

Gippert John, painter, r 404 E University av 

Girth Minnie, waitress, Doane House 

Glandt Charles J., laborer, r 40(i E Hill 

Glandt Minnie J., wid John, r 40(5 E Hill 

Glenn Jessie S. Miss, bookkeeper, r 300 W Washington 

Glosser Anna, wid John, r 105 William 

Glover Charles, grocer and baker, 28 Main, r 726 N Randolph 

Glover Charles H., clerk, r 723 N Randolph 

Goddard Benjamin, conductor, r (508 S Randolph 

Goldsmith Amber Miss, dining-room girl. The Carter House 

Goltry Oliver L., fireman, r 308 W White 

Good William T., r 306 E Healey 

Goodman Lura, wid Robert, r 210 E Church 

Goodner Florence Miss, dining-room girl. The Carter House 

Gordon John F., gardener, r 505 N Prospect av 

Gordon Rose Miss, domestic. Prof. A. N. Talbot 

Goss Henry, bus driver, r 506 Stoughton 

Goss William, hostler H. Chester, r 58 P'irst South 

Gossett Charles, compositor. Gazette office, r 77 N Neil 

Gossett Jennie, wid Morris T., r 77 N Neil 

Gossett Joseph P., conductor, r 8 E Springfield av 

Gossett Levi, r 614 S Neil 

Gould Albert R., carpenter, r 601 S Randolph 

Graham Bernard, machinist, r 91 Hickory 

Graham Robert, machinist, r 91 Hickory 

Graham William, student, r 501 S Wright 

G. A. R. Hall, N Neil, nw cor Church 

Graney John, Jr., engineer, r 317 S Neil 

Granger George, engineer, r 504 W Washington 

Granger Guy D., student, r 504 W Washington 

Grass George, blacksmith, r 412 E Vine 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 47 

Gravel Charles, r 312 S Lynn 

Gray Daniel, machinist, 309 W Columbia 

Gray Rebecca, wid Daniel, r 309 W Columbia 

Green Edwin, shoemaker, 413 N Neil, r306 E White 

Green Ella Mrs., r 103 S Wright 

Green John, brakeman, r 312 E Hill 

Green J. B., laborer, r 722 W Church 

Green, Thomas S., r 206 W White 

Greene P. N., peddler 

Greenhalgh J. R., crockery, glassware and notions, etc., 6 Main 

Gresham Samuel D., plumber, r 208 W Washington 

Greuzard Eugene E., upholsterer, r 407 S Neil 

Grien John, carpenter, r 411 Stoughton 

Griffin Charles A., clerk, r 207 W Park 

Griffin Irene, wid John, r 719 N Neil 

Grindley Harry S., asst in chemistry. University, r 209 W Park 

Grindley Joseph, hay press, r 209 W Park 

Griswald David E., clerk, Schweizer & Woody, r 73 N Neil 

Griswold Jessie A. Miss, stenographer, r 307 W Hill 

Groves I. Rev., r 502 John 

Groves John I., physician, r 503 E Green 

Gunlok Frederick, laborer, r 205 W Columbia 

Gunn Charles A., student, r 12 Hickory 

Guynn George W., carpenter, r 205 E Hill 

Gwinn Charles, carpenter, r 407 W Vine 

HAGAN EDWARD, r 609 E Park 
Hagan John, laborer, r 603 Mt. Hope av 
Hahn Joseph, fireman, r 618 W Clark 
Hahn Lydia E. Mrs., r 618 W Clark 
HAKES CHARLES W. (Replogle & Hakes), r 613 W 

Church 
Haley David, r 209 W University av 
HALEY HENRY A., physician, 102 W Church, r 402 W 

Church 
Halford Maria, wid Elijah, r 111 W Springfield av 
Hall Abbie G. Miss, physician, r 615 W Clark 
Hall Albert T. (Hall & Dawson), r 201 W Church 
Hall A. A. Mrs., r 615 W Clark 
Hall Charles, laborer, r 314 E Clark 
Hall Charles, laborer, r 512 Poplar 
Hall Hattie G. Miss, teacher, r 615 W Clark 
Hall Joseph, brakeman, r 63 S Chestnut 
Hall Lyman, physician, 408 W Church 



48 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



Hall Martha Z. Miss, r 408 W Church 

Hall W. B., com trav, r 201 VV Church 

Hall & Dawson, (Albert T. Hall and Alva M. Dawson) boots 

and shoes, 59 N Neil 
Haller Jacob, meat market, 411 E University av 
Hallinen Andrew, r 35 N Neil 
Hallinen Flora Miss, teacher, r 35 N Neil 
Hallinen John A., clerk A. Strong, r 35 N Neil 
Hallinen Joseph E., student, r 35 N Neil 
Hamilton Julius (Hamilton & Russell), and lumber dealer, G5 

Walnut, r 109 VV Church. 
Hamilton Mary L. Miss, r 109 W Church 
HAMILTON & RUSSELL (J. Hamilton and C. H. Russell), 

hardware, stoves and tinware, 09 N Neil 
Hamlin Barthewell W., bakery and restaurant, 63 N Neil, r403 

VV White 
Hamlin Louie Miss, r 403 VV White 
Hammersly Jane, wid Levi, r 027 S State 
Hampel John, gardener, r bet N Prairie and Harris av, nr I.C. 

R. R. 
Hampel John D., twine maker, r bet N Prairie and Harris av, 

nr I. C. R. R. 
Hampel Lizzie Miss, r bet N Prairie and Harris av, nrLC. R. R. 
Hampel Otto C, laborer, r bet N Prairie and Harris av, nr L C. 

R. R. 
Hampton Andrew, day clerk, The Carter House 
Hampton Samuel, huckster bds 300 E University av 
Hanes Mary Mrs. (Hanes & Keeling), r 100 VV Park 
Hanes & Keeling ( Mrs. Mary Hanes and Mrs Viola Keeling), 

milliners and dressmakers, 39 N Neil 
Hanford Charles ¥.., acting supt Union Manfg Co., r 018 W 

Church 
Hanks Mrs., r 405 E Springfield av 
Hansen Anna Mrs., r ws S Prairie, 1st s VV Healey 
Hansen Nels, laborer, r ws S Prairie, 1st s W Healey 
Hanson John E., laborer, r 708 S Randolph 
Hanson Martin, laborer, r 708 S Randolph 
Harbison Baxter D., r ()02 VV Church 
Harbison Mary Miss, r ()02 VV Church 
Harding Fred P., cashier, r 201 N University av 
Harding George, laborer, 20 N Neil 
Hardy Sylvia Mrs., r 302 li University av 
Hardy VVilbur F., agricultural implements, seeds, etc., 04 and 

00 E University av, r 302 E University av 
Harmel Bruce, house and sign painter, r 303 S Wright 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 49 

Harpe John, butcher, r 114 E University av 

HARRIS B. F., Pres. First National Bank of Champaign, r 

506 W Church 
Harris Benjamin F., banker, r 303 N Elm 
Harris B. F., Jr., r 501 W Church 
Harris Christopher C, blacksmith, r 717 N Neil 
Harris George, student, bds 611 E Green 
Harris Henry H., cashier First National Bank of Champaign, r 

501 VV Church 
Harris H. P., Sr., r south terminus S Elm 
HARRIS J. B., propr Champaign Nurseries, 15 Main, r 612 W 

Park 
HARRIS J. B. & CO. (J. B. Harris), nurserymen, 15 Main 
Harris M. I. Miss, r 207 W Park 
Harris Newton M., r 501 VV Church 
Harris Sallie Miss, domestic, C. B. Hatch 
Harris William H., student, rooms 313 S Neil 
Hart Anna Miss, operator C. U. Tel. Co., r 406 W Washington 
Hart Charles A., entomological assistant. University 
Hart Edgar A., salesman J. B. Arthurs, r opp Franks. 
Hart E Mrs., r 406 W Washington 

Hart Mattie Miss, clerk C. S. Moorehouse, r 406 W Washington 
Hart Ralph W., student, r 12 Hickory 

Hart Wilson G., conductor I. C. R. R., r 2 E Springfield av 
Hartman Adam H., carpenter and builder, r 110 W White 
Hartman G. W., teamster, r 603 E University av 
Hartman John R., teamster, r 512 W Springfield av 
Hartman Mary Mrs., r 110 W White 
Hartmann George W., house mover, r 505 W Clark 
Hartmann John H., tel operator, r 505 W Clark 
Harvey Albert, student, bds 608 E Clark 
Harvey Alfred, student, bds 403 S Wright 
Harvey Esther, wid William, r 306 W Vine 
Harvey Nathan A., student, r 505 Mt. Hope av 
Harvey William, laborer, r 501 S Randolph 
Harwood Abel, r 503 S State 
HARWOOD GEO. W., insurance and loans, 49 N Neil, r 601 

W University av 
Hasbrouck Jacob L., printer Times office, r 207 S Neil 
Hasenbrook John, coal, r 310 W Columbia 
Hasenbrook William, molder, r 605 N Neil 
Haslam George, carpenter, r 611 S State 
Hatch Charles B., com trav, r 307 W University av 
Hatch J. L. Mrs., r 307 W University av 
Havens G. E., wid Henry, r 405 W Columbia 



50 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



Hawke George, laborer, 218 Maple 

Hawkins Elmer, wks E. H. Renncr & Brc, r Green 

Hawkins Jasper S., cooper, r 504 E University av 

Hawkins Sabra, wid John D., r 00 E University av 

Hawkins Vitella Miss, teacher, r 504 E University av 

Hay Walter, student, bds 608 E Clark 

Hayden Katie, dining-room girl, Commercial Hotel 

Hayden Mary, cook, Commercial Hotel 

Hayes Carl, r 301 E Clark 

Hayes D. S. Mrs., r 606 E Clark 

Hayes Hannah Mrs., domestic G. C. Willis 

Hayes Hannah Miss, nurse, 213 E Hill 

Hayes Patrick, engineer, r 104 W Springfield av 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, r 110 W Healey 

Hayes Samuel D., r 714 W University av 

Hayes Theodore, brakeman, r 301 K Clark 

Hays George, conductor, r 515 S Randolph 

Hays J. D., conductor, r 407 W Clark 

Hazelton Hugh, student, r 601 E Clark 

Headington James C, sewing machine agent, r 609 W Clark 

HEALEY JAMES M., city and civil engineer, office Road- 
master's office I. C. R. R., r 302 W Hill 

Heath Cynthia, wid Rev. N. P., r 311 W Washington 

Heath Ella Miss, artist, 311 W Washington 

Heath Lillie Miss, stenographer, r 311 W^ Washington 

Heath William A., cashier Champaign National Bank, r 311 W 
Washington 

Hearn John, bartender, r 212 E Park 

Heffernan John, agt freight dept I. C. R. R., r 407 N Randolph 

Heffley Barton R., clerk, r 112 W Washington 

Hegcnbart Frank, cigar mfg, 110 N First, r 501 E University av 

Heitschmidt Henry, upholsterer, r 621 S Neil 

HELBLING FIDEL ( IIclbling& Fieldbinder), r 302 E Clark 

HELBLING & FIELDBINDER ( P^idel Helbling and Wil- 
liam F"ieldbinder), merchant tailors, 30 Main 

Hendey Charles, painter, 108 W Washington 

Hendren Alice A. Miss teacher, r 103 S Neil 

Henneberry Bridget, domestic C. B. Johnson 

Hennig H. A., music teacher. Metropolitan Block 

Henry Bernard, r 100 E Park 

Henry Daniel, clerk, r 204 E Hill 

Henrv Daniel G., boiler maker, r 204 E Hill 

HENRY ED^A^ARD, groceries and drugs, 101 and 103 E Uni- 
versity av, r 100 F! Park 

Henry Mary Miss, bookkeeper, K Henry, r 109 E Park 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 51 

Henry Monica Miss, cashier, E Henry, r 109 E Park 

Henry Roselle Miss, r 109 E Park 

Herbstreet Jacob, laborer, r 404 N Sixth 

Herme Charles, r 612 E University av 

Herring Christopher, butcher, r 108 E Park 

Hershberger Jacob, r 410 W Columbia 

Hess Amelia M. Miss, bookkeeper, r 204 W Church 

Hess Fred, clerk, r 204 W Church 

Hess Jessie A. Miss, teacher, r 204 W Church 

Hess Priscilla M. Miss, dressmaker, 17 Main 

Hessel Annie Miss, bookkeeper, r 101 W Springfield av 

HESSEL JOHN F., carriages and buggies, 39 Main, r 101 W 

Springfield av 
Hessel M. A. Mrs., harness and saddlery, 39 Main, r 101 W 

Springfield av 
Heyland Frank, groom A. Harwood 
Hibbs Mary E., wid Philip, r 4 E Springfield av 
Hibbs P. R., r 4 E Springfield av 
Hicken Harriet, wid Richard, r 111 W Washington 
Higginbotham M. A. Mrs., r 608 E Clark 
Higgins William E., clerk, r 504 E Church 
HIGGINS W. S., physician, r 504 E Church 
Hight John, blacksmith, bds Commercial Hotel 
Hill Addie M. Miss, r 8 Hickory 
Hill Charles, insurance, r 404 Grove 

Hill C. S., watchmaker and jeweler, 9 Main, r 401 W Spring- 
field av 
Hill George L. (L. K. Howse & Co.), r 8 Hickory 
Hill James W. Mrs., r 208 W University av 
Hill John W., flour and feed, r 8 Hickory 
Hines Anna Mrs., r 120 E University av 
Hines Henry, Plasterer, r 17 Water 
Hitt James H., agent Wabash R. R., r 312 W Columbia 
Hoag Orville, r 407 W. University av. 
Hoag Parker H., r 209 W Clark 
Hoag Walter B. Mrs., r 209 W. Clark 
Hodges Frances J. Mrs., r 203 N New 
Hodges Leonard M., 203 N New 
Hoffman Rose Miss, dressmaker, r 408 N First 
Hoffman John, laborer, r 408 N First 
Hogan Olan S., agent, r 6 Hickory 
Hogan Stewart, r 629 N Neil 

Holland James, boilermaker, bds Commercial Hotel 
Holland Orr E, photographer, 19 Main 



52 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Holliday Stephen laborer, r 108 W Clark 

Holmes Charles, farmer, r 501 E Park 

Holmes Charles, laborer, r 206 Maple 

Holmes Charles E., r 507 E White 

Holmes William C, carpenter, r 507 E White 

Holt Abbie J., wid Stephen, r 717 N Randolph 

Holt Timothy A., tinner, r 717 N Randolph 

Holton Elijah G., landscape gardener, r 817 W Church 

Hondorf Bros. (John and Charles Hondorf), carpenters, 502 

Stoughton 
Hondorf Charles (Hondorf Bros.), r 502 Stoughton 
Hondorf John (Hondorf Bros.), r 502 Stoughton 
Hondorf Mary Ann, wid John F., r 502 Stoughton 
Honisch John, section hand, r 308 E Healey 
Hopkins Cherry, wid H., r 510 E Green 
Hopkins William R., carpenter, r f)06 N Neil 
HOPPIN CURTIS B., lieut. U. S. A., Professor Military 

Science and Tactics, University, r 615 W Church 
Horn Charles, r 610 E Springfield av 
Horn Lester, broom maker, r 610 E Springfield av 
Houk Grant, blacksmith, r 2 1 Locust 
Houston Sue Mrs., clerk, r 205 W University av 
Howard Charles P.. dentist, 1 Main, r 111 W Church 
HOWARD HARTWELL C, physician, 1 Main, r 111 W 

Church 
Howard Homer, engineer, r 309 S State. 
Howard H. C, Jr., r 111 W Church 
Howe William T., manager L. M. Tyler & Co., Chicago, r 210 

W Washington 
Howse Belle Miss, r 8 Hickory 

Hovvse, D. B., internal revenue collector, r s terminus S Elm 
Howse Eliza, wid David, r 12 Hickory 
Howse Grace Miss, r 12 Hickory 
Howse L. K. (L. K. Howse & Co.), r 8 Hickory 
Howse L. K. & Co. (L. K. Howse and G. L. Hill), flour and 

feed, 71 N Neil 
Howse Maud Miss, bookkeeper, r 12 Hickory 
Howse Minnie Miss, r 12 Hickory 
Howse P. D., student, r s terminus S Elm 
Howse William, clerk Eichberg's, r 502 Stoughton 
Howsman Charles A., millinery, 21 Main, r 510 S Neil 
Hoyt Edward E., letter carrier, r 605 W Clark 
Hoyt L., painter, r 605 W Clark 
Hoxie Frank H., carpenter, r 25 S Market 
Hoxie William H., carpenter and builder, 25 S Market 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 53 

Hubbard Joseph S., printer, Times Office, 23 Main 

Hubbell J. P., student, r 401 N Prairie 

Hudson E. Miss, clerk, r 735 N Neil 

Hudson Mary C. Mrs., r 735 N Neil 

Hughes Laurence, fireman, r 72(1 N Neil 

Hughes Michael, foreman, r es Harris av, nr I. C. R. R. 

Hulbert Martin, janitor, r 20 Hickory 

Hunt George, laborer, r 113 Mt Hope av 

Hunt Ida Miss, clerk, C. S. Morehouse, r E Hill 

Hunt Thomas F., asst agriculturist. Experiment Station, r 601 
John 

Huntington Charles R., sec. Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, r 203 W Vine 

Hurin W. N., carpenter and builder, r 108 S Fifth 

Huston Isaac, drayman, r 723 N Neil 

Huston Mary, wid Andrew, r 407 N Neil 

Huston William, second-hand store, 73 N Neil, r 407 N Neil 

Hyde Adolphus W., r 40(3 W Columbia 

Hyde Lewis A., bookkeeper Empire Cordage Co., r 406 W 
Columbia 

Hydenburg Charles, r 311 W Clark 

Hydenburg M. C, engineer, r 311 W Clark 

Illinois CENTRAL railroad station. Main nw cor 

1 Oak, John Heffernan agent 

Illinois Homestead and Loan Co., George W. Harwood sec, 49 
N Neil 

I. O. O. F. Hall, 31 Main 

Innes D. Mrs., r 506 W White 

Insley Tennery, upholsterer, 32 N Neil, r 203 E University av 

Ireland Edward C, conductor I. C. R. R., r 616 W Church 

Ireton Angle Miss (Ireton & Burwash), r 105 W Park 

Ireton & Burwash (Miss Angle Ireton and Miss Carrie Bur- 
wash), milliners, 27 Main 

Irle Henry H., conductor I. C. R. R., r 32 Main 

Irvin Rosa Mrs., r 103 S Wright 

JACKSON JOHN, cook. The Carter House 
Jackson Joseph W., com trav, r 506 E University av 
Jacobs Jacob E., laborer, r 503 E Clark 
Jacobs Lizzie Miss, bookbinder, r 503 E Clark 
Jacobs Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, r 513 E Clark 
James Zoe Miss, milliner, bds 24 Locust 
Jarman Frank, clerk, r 24 Locust 
Jarman John, bartender, r 24 Locust 



54 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Jeakins Harvey, carpenter, r 508 E Springfield av 

Jeakins Phoebe, wid Mark, r 508 E Springfield av 

Jefferson Hamilton, r 813 S Neil 

Jefferson Thomas, laborer, r 17 Water 

Jester Fannie Miss, r ns W Church, 3rd w McKinley av 

Jester Levi, farmer, r ns W Church, 3rd w McKinley av 

Johns Harry, clerk, r 10 Hickory 

Johns Harry A., clerk, r 10 Hickory 

Johnson Anthony, coachman, r 22 Hickory 

Johnson Benjamin F., newspaper correspondent, r 113 W White 

Johnson Charles B., physician and city health officer, office 51 

N Neil, r 720 W Church 
Johnson Uavid, laborer, r 503 Stoughton 
Johnson George, upholsterer (Bacon & Mittendorf) 
Johnson George W., janitor. Champaign National Bank 
Johnson Jacob, r 510 W Park 
Johnson John, carpenter, r rear 727 N Randolph 
Johnson J., r 73() N Neil 
Johnson Miles, livery, N Water, nw cor E University av, r 209 

E Hill 
Johnson Perry C, physician, 43 Main, r 207 E University av 
Johnson Rodman, porter, Matheny House 
Johnson Richard, barber, 81 Main, r 512 Stoughton 
Johnson T. J., com trav., r 207 E University av 
Jolly Alexander H., brakeman, r 79 N Neil 
Jolly Alfred D., brakeman, r 411 N Neil 
Jolly Everett, fireman, r 411 N Neil 
Jolly George W., brakeman, r 411 N Neil 
Jolly Harry C, conductor, r 105 W Columbia 
Jones Edward, clerk Doane House 
Jones James S., lawyer, r 302 W Church 
Jones Jesse, laborer, r 034 S State 
Jones Lawrence T., stock dealer, r 714 N Neil 
Jones Mabel Miss, student, r 302 W Church 
Jones Parker C, bookkeeper, bds Champaign House 
Jones Robert A., stock dealer, r 714 N Neil 
Jones S. S. Rev., Christian Church, r 201 .S Sixth 
Jones Wilmer C, clerk, r 714 N Neil 
Jordan A. J., teamster, r 410 E Springfield av 
Joyce John M., clerk and telegraph operator, C, C, C. & St. L. 

R. R., 412 N Neil 
Joyce Martha Mrs., r 410 E Park 
Joyce Michael, blacksmith, r 410 E Park 
Justus Robert, hostler. Miles Johnson 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 55 

KAISER ADOLPH, cigarmaker, r 206 S First 
Kaiser L. Mrs., r 206 S. First 

Kariher H. C. (Kariher & Pepper), r 111 VV Hill 

Kariher Mary A. Mrs., r 209 W Church 

Kariher & Pepper (H. C. Kariher and H. J. Pepper), grocers, 
55 N Neil 

Karle Christian J., carriage manufacturer. Walnut, ne cor First 
South, r 109 Columbia 

Karr Robert F., teamster, r 506 Mt Hope av 

Kaufman J. M. (Ottenheimer & Co.), r Metropolitan Block 

Keagen VVilliam, clerk L. V. Manspeaker, r 201 W University av 

Keegan James, engineer, r 504 E White 

Keegan John, cab, r 504 E White 

Keegan William, clerk, r 504 E White 

Keeler Daniel W., fireman, bds 104 W Washington 

Keeling Viola Mrs., millinery, r 106 W Park 

Keeling Viola Miss (Hanes & Keeling), r 106 W Park 

Keelor Laura Mrs., dressmaker, 105 N First, r same 

Keihker Julius, watchmaker, r 201 W Columbia 

Keller Alfred, baggageman and transfer line, r 122 E Univer- 
sity av 

Keller George W., delivery clerk A. C. Singbusch, r 122 E Uni- 
versity av 

Keller John W., tinner, r 122 E University av 

Kellogg Edwin F., student, r 501 E White 

Kellogg Juliet M., wid RoUo R., r 501 E White 

Kelly Joseph, saloon, 73 Main, r 106 E Park 

Kemball Etta Miss, teacher, r 301 E Church 

Kemball George T., com trav, r 301 E Church 

Kemble John, laborer, r 89 Walnut 

Kendall Harry F., law student, r 105 N Elm 

Kennard Catherine L. Miss, r 311 W Universitv av 

KENNARD GEORGE W., propr Champaign Roller Mills, 28 
E University av, r 311 W University av 

Kennard W. G., r 311 W University av 

Kennedy William, teamster, r 209 E Hill 

Kent Nicholas, r 211 E Hill 

Kent Thomas, grain and provision broker, 4 Main, r 203 W 
Springfield av 

Kerns Andrew X., com trav, r 613 W Church 

Kerns Shirley, student, r 613 W Church 

Kettrick Anna Miss (Dineen & Kettrick), r 61 N Neil 

Keusink Andrew (Monroe & Keusink Bros.), r 405 E Church 

Keusink Wilhelmina Mrs., r 405 E Church 

Keusink William (Monroe & Keusink Bros.), r 208 W Clark 



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Kew Abigail, vvid Charles, r 504 S Randolph 

Kiesky Anna Mrs., r 510 E University av 

Kilbury fames S., r 610 W Clark 

KIMBALL CLARA M. MISS, teacher vocal and instrumen- 
tal music, University, r 1 LU W University av 

Kimball Conrad B., student, r 110 W University av 

Kimball Edwin A., mechanician, r 110 W University 

Kincaid Mary A. C, wid S. W., r 112 W Church 

King Anna Miss, r 206 W White 

King David A. (King & Strahley), r 79 Walnut 

King Harr\'. clerk, r 208 S State 

KING THOMAS H., propr of King's Restaurant, 38 Main 

King Thomas \V., teamster, r 608 W Clark 

King & Strahley (David A. King and George. W. Strahley), 
liverv and boarding stable, 71 N Neil 

KING'S 'RESTAURANT, T. H. King, propr, 38 Main 

Kinsella John, r 513 Poplar 

Kinyon Sallie Mrs., r ()10 S Randolph 

Kirschke Annie, wid John, r 35 Hickory. 

Kirschke Ernest E., laborer, r 35 Hickory 

Klank Albert, nurseryman, r 404 E Hill 

Klank August C. (H. D. .Stoltey & Co.), r 305 E Hill 

Klank Charles, r 404 E Hill 

Klatt William, express, r 224 Maple 

Klatt William, r 103 Stoughton 

Klemments Joseph, tinner, works Oscar Miller 

Kline James, lather, r ns W Green, 2d w S Neil 

Kline Peter, farmer, r ns W Springfield av, 3d w S Prospect av 

Klingelhoefer William, student, bds (Ul E Green 

Knights Pythias Hall, 51 to 53 N Neil 

Knowles W. E., clerk American Express Co., r 41 Walnut 

Knox J. P., r 405 N Neil 

Kobel Harry, blacksmith, r 508 E White 

Krabbe Frederic, saloon, r 303 E Church 

Krabbe Frederick A., agent Val. Blatz Brewing Co., 8 Oak, r 
107 E Church 

Krabbe Frederick C, carpenter, r 600 E Washington 

Krabbe John, laborer, r 305 E Church 

Kraft John, r 114 E University av 

Kramer P^dward. teamster Rush & Co., bds 43 Market 

KRATZ EDWIN A., physician, 104 W Church, r 509 W Clark 

Kratz Leah Miss, r 313 S State 

Kreager Charles, laborer, r 606 E Vine 

Kreager John, laborer, r 606 E Vine 

Krueger Augusta Miss, r 112a E University av 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 57 

Krueger John, r 112a E University av 

Kruse John C, furniture and undertaker, 86 E University av 

Kuhn Isaac (J. Kuhn & Son), r 204 W Hill 

Kuhn Joseph (J. Kuhn & Son), r 204 W Hill 

Kuhn J. & Son (Joseph and Isaac Kuhn), clothing and gents' 

furnishing goods, 45 Main 
Kyle Mattie J. Miss, asst principal East Champaign School 
KYLE S. R. PROF., principal East Champaign School, r 

Clark cor Fifth 

LAKE CHARLES VV., brakeman, bds 104 W Washington 
Lamb Frank, r ws Poplar, 1st n E Washington 

Lamb John E., engineer, r es Poplar, 1st n E Washington 

Lamb P., r 604 E Clark 

Lamb William P., r 604 E Clark 

LAMKIN JOSIAH B., hides, furs and wool, 17 Fremont, r 
214 Maple 

Lang Adolph, porter, r 205 E Church 

Lange Ernest, salesman, W. W. Walls & Co., r 27 E Springfield 
av 

Langhoff Fred, laborer, A. R. Scott 

Langley James W. Hon., county judge, r 110 J^ W Hill 

Lansaw Grant, laborer, bds 306 E University av 

LAPHAM MINNIE B. MISS, reporter Champaign Daily and 
Weekly Gazette, bds 105 N Elm 

Lasell Edward, boots and shoes, 103 W Church, r 603 N Pros- 
pect av 

Lasher Frederick W., painter, r 612 W Hill 

Lasher Morgan E., hame tug mfgr., 102 N Neil, r 612 W Hill 

Lathrop Lyman G., boarding, 112 W Columbia 

Lawder J. W., tailor, bds 202 E University av 

Lawhead Charles, laborer, r ws N Prospect av, 1st n Bradley av 

Lawhead H. J. Mrs., r 601 E Clark 

Layfield Judson T., r 403 E White 

Layfield Susan, wid Robert, r 403 E White 

Leal William, grocer, 37 N Neil 

Leasure James E., r 502 E Healey 

Leasure James P., mason, r 502 E Healey 

Lee Atris, laborer, r 29 Hickory 

Lee Edward, laborer, r 29 Hickory 

Lee Fanny Mrs., hair goods, 29 Hickory 

Lee John, hostler, bds 205 S Neil 

Lee Joseph, plasterer, r 29 Hickory 

Lee William, teamster, r 73 Walnut 

Lehman John, beer agent, r 105 E Church 



58 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Lehr Peter, r 23 E Springfield av 

Leichner C. A., foreman cigar mfg, r 401 W Clark 

Lemen Joseph R., blacksmith, r 105 W Hill 

Lemen Mary C. Mrs., boarding, 105 W Hill 

Leming Grant, carpenter, r 504 E Springfield av 

Lcnnington Allan S., clerk, r ;}()8 N Prospect av 

LENNINGTON GRANT E., boots and shoes, 19 Main, r311 

W Columbia 
Lennington Wade, farmer, r 308 N Prospect av 
Lennington William H., r 303 N Prospect av 
Leonard Thomas, laborer, r 10 E Washington 
Leppert Lawrence, barkeeper, r 118 E University av 
Lettimore .Samuel, blacksmith, r 001 .S W^right 
Lever William, r nr extreme end S Neil, outside city limits 
Levernway Henry, conductor L C. R. R., r 002 S State 
Levy Frank H., student, r 002 E Clark 
Levy J. T., grocer, r 002 E Clark 
Lewis Benjamin, laborer, bds 20 N Neil 
Lewis Charles, barber, 25 Main, 211 E University av 
Lewis IClizabeth, wid John, r 505 Stoughton 
Lewis Leonard, student, r 211 K University av 
Lewis Libbie Mrs., r 123 E University av 
Lewis Oscar D., clerk, r 123 ¥. University av 
Lewis Sarah M., wid John R., r 720 W Church 
Lierman August, saloon, IK) N. Plrst, r 11 N First 
Lilly Valeria G., wid Rev. R. H., r 505 N Prospect av, 
Lindemann William, painter, bds Matheny's Hotel 
Linton William H., train dispatcher L C. R. R., r 310 E White 
Lipe Amelia, wid Charles, r 1)2 Walnut 
LITTLER FRANK H. (J. E. Littler & Bros.), r e of Urbana, 

nr cit\- limits 
LITTLER JOHN E. (J. E. Littler & Bros.), r 508 W White 
LITTLER J. E. & BROS. (John E., Frank H. and Willis D. 

Littler), fiou'- and feed, coal and farm machinery, Armory 

Building 
LITTLER' WILLIS D. (J. E. Littler & Bros.), r e of Urbana, 

nr city limits 
Llovdc David H. (D. H. Lloyde & Son), r 308 W Clark 
LLOYDE D. H. & SON (David H. and Frank H. Lloyde), 

books, music and stationery, D Main 
Lloyde Frank H. (D. H. Lloyde & Son), r 300 W Clark 
Lockwood. Frank M., student, r 307 W Washington 
Lockwood William P., agt C, C. C. & St. L. Ry., r 307 W 

Washington 
Loeher William, painter, r 100 Stoughton 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 59 

Logston Otto, laborer, r 408 N Elm 

Loper David, baggage master C, C, C. & St. L. Ry., r 209 W 

Springfield av 
Loper David I., constable, r 209 W Springfield av 
Loper Etta Miss, clerk, r 209 W Springfield av 
Loper Eva Miss, student, r 209 W Springfield av 
Loper George, carpenter, r 209 W Springfield av 
Lott George G., farmer, r ns W Church, 4th w McKinley av 
Lowe B. F., brakeman, r 505 S Neil 
Lupton M. J. Mrs., r 107 S Lynn 
Luther Thomas C., teamster, 403 E Springfield av 
Lutz David W., teamster, r ws Champaign, 2nd n C, C. C. & 

St. L. Ry. 
Lutz George H., saloon, 30 Walnut, r 203 E Hill 
Lutz John, teamster, r 512 E Park 
Lyman Albert, carpenter, r 607 W Clark 
Lynch Bernard, engine wiper, r 704 Ash 
Lynch Thomas, fireman, r 704 Ash 

MADDEN JAMES D., com mer and tinware, 76 N Neil, r 
736 N Neil 

Madenwald Henry A., tailor, r 107 W Columbia 

Mage Junius B., student, 307 S State 

Magoon George B. (B. C. Beach & Co.), r 310 W Church 

Magoon William H., grain buyer, r 310 W Church 

Magrath Patrick, r 511 Stoughton 

Mahan Nellie Miss, milliner, bds 105 W Hill 

Malone Daniel, bds 210 W Columbia 

Maloney J. M., fireman, bds Champaign House 

Maloney Martin, fireman, bds 105 E Park 

Maloney Mary Mrs., r 36 N Neil 

Maltby Warren (Maltby & Wallace), r 507 W University av 

Maltby & Wallace (Warren Maltby and Joseph D. Wallace), 
machinists and steam heating, 104 S Neil 

Manning Eliza, wid Thomas, r 60 E University av 

MANSPEAKER LEWIS V., grocer, 35 and 37 Main, r 201 
W University av 

Mantz Barbara Mrs., domestic G. F. Beardsley 

Manwaring W. M., plasterer, bds Matheny House 

Marble Block, Main se cor Walnut 

Marble Cyrus M., coal, r 305 W University av 

MARBLE HARRY L., solicitor Champaign Daily and 
Weekly Gazette, r 305 W University av 

Marble Isabel M. Miss, r 305 W University av 

Marble S. M., flour, salt and coal, 42 Walnut, r 305 W Univers- 
ity av 



60 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

L. V. MANSPEAKER 
• GROCER • 

OUR SPECIALTIES -~ — — —- 

Fancy Fruits, 

English and French Confections, 

Chase & Sanborn's Famous Coffees, 

35 and 37 Main Street, - CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

Marquis Mandel, dry goods, r 706 W Church 

Marquis Max, dry goods, r 706 W Church 

Marsh Maggie Airs., domestic D. B. Howse 

MARSHALL A. R., manager W. U. Telegraph Co., r 112 W 

Washington 
Marshall George, delivery clerk, r 87 Hickory 
Marshall Henry, 2nd engineer Union Manfg. Co. 
Marshall James, laborer, r 601) E University av 
Marshall John, carpenter, r 20 Hickory 
Marshall William, laborer, r 609 E University av 
Marske William F., drayman, r es Ash, 2d n E Washington 
Marsteller Bertha L. Miss, clerk, 118 W Columbia 
Marsteller William H., carriage trimmer, r 118 W Columbia 
Marten John, asst state etymologist, r 609 W Church 
Martin George W. (Nelson & Martin), r 402 W White 
Martin Henry, laborer, r 107 E Hill 
Martin Hugh, carpenter, r 808 S Sixth 
Martin Mary domestic, A. P. Cunningham 
Martin May Miss, domestic, W. B. McKinley 
Mass Henry, pressman, r 788 N Randolph 
Massey James, twine maker, r 110 E White 
Massey, L. D., teacher, r 609 W Springfield av 
Matheny Frank E., cigar mfr., 77 E Alain, bds Matheny House 
Matheny House, Thomas E. Matheny propr, 44 and 46 Main 
Matheny P. T. B., painter, bds Matheny House 
Matheny Sarah E. Miss, r Matheny House 
Matheny Thomas E., Prop. Matheny House, 44 and 46 Main 
Mathews James Mrs., r 114 ¥. Park 
Matsler William, clerk, r 817 S Randolph 
Matter Mary Miss, domestic, H. Swannell 
Matthews Rose H., wid S., r 408 W Hill 
MATTIS ROSS R. (Burnham, Trevett & Mattis), r ws N 

Elm, 2nd s W Church 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 61 

Maxfield Calvin, porter, The Carter House 

Maxfield Charles B., clerk, r 110 N First 

Maxfield Fayette, conductor, r 107 E White 

Maxson George W., bartender, A. Amos, r 610 E University av 

Maxwell Charles J., r 108 W University av 

Maxwell Charlotte A. Miss, clerk, r 208 W Hill 

Maxwell George L., druggist, E. Henry, r 108 W University av 

Maxwell William J., physician, r 208 W Hill 

Maxwell William S. (Maxwell & Mollet), r 308 W Hill 

Maxwell William W., asst cashier Champaign National Bank, r 

208 W Hill 
Maxwell & Mollet (W. S. Maxwell and Ben Mollet), druggists, 

33 Main 
Maynard Edward C, inspector — joint rate inspection bureau, r 

201 S Elm 
Mayo William, farmer, r ns Bloomington rd, 1st w N Randolph 
McAboy Blanche Miss, dressmaker, r 403 W Clark 
McAboy Lida Miss, dressmaker, r 403 W Clark 
McCabe Eliza, wid John, r 110 E Church 
McCabe Mary Miss, clerk, r 110 E Church 
McCandles Wallace, student, r 214 S Neil 
McCann Annie, cook Matheny House 
McCann Delia Mrs., boarding, 67 Main 
McCann Edward (J. McCann & Bro.), r 726 W Church 
McCann James (J. McCann & Bro.), r 726 W Church 
McCANN JAMES & BRO., (James and Edward McCann), 

broom manfrs., 726 W Church 
McCann John, laborer, r 612 E Church 
McCann M. J. Mrs., r 407 E University av 
McCarthy Ceorge, bricklaver, r 207 S Fifth 
McCarty John, fireman, r 208 E Hill 
McCarty Mary, wid Patrick, r 208 E Hill 
McCarty Patrick, r 208 E Hill 
McCarty William J., hostler, r 208 E Hill 
McClellan J. M. Mrs., r 19 N Neil 
McClure Clyde, student, bd& 503 S Randolph 
McClure Harry, train dispatcher, bds 106 W University av 
McColl John A., laborer, r 403 E Vine 
McCown Mort, salesman, r 1 Harwood Block 
McCrory Harry, clerk, r 603 W White 

McCullam David B., telegraph operator, r 703 N Randolph 
McCullough John, brakeman, bds 119 E University av 
McCune John, fireman, bds 121 E University av 
McDermot Alice, wid John, r 28 Third South 
McDonnell John, cigarmaker, r 405 E White 



62 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY 

McDonnell Mary Miss, dressmaker, r 405 E White 
McDonnell Philip, r 405 E White 
McDonnell Philip, Jr., clerk, r 405 E White 
McFadden PLlla Miss, retoucher, r 801 S Neil 
McFadden George, timekeeper, I. C. R. R., r 801 S Neil 
McF'adden Hunter, groceries and provisions, flour and feed, 41 

and 48 Market, r 801 S Neil 
McFadden Ida Miss, clerk, r 301 S Neil 
McFadden J., r 207 S Fifth 

McFadden Samuel, manager H. McFadden, r 301 S Neil 
McP"adden Samuel, Jr., fireman, r 301 S Neil 
McFadden William, fireman, r 301 S Neil 
McGallagher Sadie, chambermaid, Doane House 
McGarigle James, laborer, r 12 E Springfield av 
McGiles John, laborer, r 511 E W'ashington 
McGinnis James J., contractor, r 111 W Vine 
McGlaughlin William M., machinest, r 511 E Springfield av 
McGranaghan F". G., physician, 14 Main, r same 
McGrath Roger, engineer, r 110 E Park 
McGraw Anna Miss, dressmaker, r 501 N Fifth 
McGraw James, r 501 N Fifth 
McGraw John, boilermaker, r 501 N Fifth 
McGraw Kate Miss, clerk, r 501 N Fifth 
McGraw Michael (McGraw & O'Neil), r 501 N Fifth 
McGraw Thomas, Jr., boilermaker, r 201 E Hill 
McGraw Thomas, laborer, r 201 E Hill 
McGraw^ & O'Neil (Michael McGraw and Francis O'Neil), 

groceries and provisions, 102 E University av and 104 First 
McGuire Albert, barber, 4 Main (basement), r 308 E Church 
Mclnnes Alexander, express, r 809 E Park 
Mclnnes John, butcher, r 309 E Park 

McINTOSH D., veterinarian. University, r 505 W Church 
Mcintosh Winnie Miss, r 505 W Church 

Mclntyre James, laborer, r ws N Neil, 2nd n Bloomington rd 
Mclntyre Kate Miss, stenographer Agricultural Experiment 

Station, office Chemical Building, bds 709 S Wright 
McKay O. H., bookkeeper, r 114 E Park 
McKee Business College, J. B. McKee prin and prop, 1 and 

3 Main, r 212 W Park 
McKee James B., propr Business College, 1 and 3 Main r 212 

W Park 
McKee William, student, bds GOl E Clark 
McKenzie John L., fruit tree agent, r 204 W Healey 
McKindley Avilla Miss, dressmaker, r W Church, sw cor Mc- 

Kinley av 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 63 

McKindley Charles C. Dr., r W Church, sw cor McKinley av 

McKinley Agnes Miss, r 711 W University av 

McKinley Hannah Mrs., r ws N Elm, 2nd s W Church 

McKinley, Harriet Miss, r 711 W University av 

McKinley James B. (J. B. & W. B. McKinley), and vice pres 
Champaign National Bank, r 711 W University av 

McKinley J. B. & W. B. (James B. and William B. McKinley), 
real estate loans, 32 Main 

McKinley William B. (J. B & W. B. McKinley), r 207 W Church 

McKinnery John, engineer, r 412 W White 

McKinnery William, laborer, r 112 W White 

McLaren Thomas J., compositor Gazette Office, r 305 E Uni- 
versity av 

McManamy John L., fireman, r 312 E Park 

McMillin James B., manager, r 208 W Vine 

McMillin James E., shoemaker, 509 E White, r 208 Vine 

McMillin Margaret Miss, teacher Business College, r 208 W Vine 

McMuUen Daniel, clerk I. C. R. R., bds Doane House 

McQuay Frederick, laborer, r Locust nw cor First South 

McQuay Lewis, stone cutter, r 207 E Park 

McOuay Nancy Mrs., r Locust, nw cor First South 

McWatty James, r 402 W Clark 

McWatty John, r 402 W Clark 

McWilliams Albert, fireman, r 38 Second South 

McWilliams E. Mrs., r 38 Second South 

McWilliams Maggie Miss, teacher, r 38 Second South 

Mehly Hugh, teamster, r 411 E Hill 

Mehly Margaret, wid Peter, r 411 E Hill 

Meier Frederick, r 512 E Columbia 

Meier John, bartender, r 108 E Church 

Meier Joseph, plasterer, r 601 E Washington 

Melahn August, barber, r 301 E Hill 

Melahn John, barber, r 301 E Hill 

Melahn Sarah F., wid William, r 410 E Hill 

Melahn William, switchman, r 410 E Hill 

Meneely William, salesman, r 609 S Randolph 

Mengel John G., clerk, r 107 N Third 

Merchants' Dispatch Transportation Co., J. W. Waters agent, 
41 Walnut 

Merrell, J. H., r 307 S Wright 

Merrick W., fireman, r 406 E White 

Merritt Charles, student, r 606 E University av 

Merritt E. A. Mrs., r 606 E University av 

Metcalf James M., servant A. R. Scott 

Metcalf James, student, bds 101 W University av 



64 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, W Church, ne cor N State; Rev. 

J. B. Wolf pastor 
Metropolitan Block, N Neil, s\v cor Church 
Metz Alartin, wood worker, bds 406 E Church 
Miebach Henry, clerk Champaign Bottling Works, r 54 First 

South 
Miebach Joseph, compounder Champaign Bottling Works, r 54 

First South 
MIEBACH WILLIAM, propr Champaign Bottling Works, 

56 First South, r 54 First South 
Miebach William, Jr., traveling salesman Champaign Bottling 

Works, r54 First South 
Miller Alexander B. (E. Miller & Son), r 310 W Hill 
Miller Amanda Miss, domestic W. W. Walls 
Miller Charles F., laborer, r 122 N First 
Miller Charles M., car repairer, r 205 W Springfield av 
Miller Clara I. Miss, bookkeeper, r 401 N Elm 
Miller C. Edward, harness maker, r 401 N Elm 
Miller Elizabeth M. Mrs., saloon, 65 E Main, r 512 N Neil 
Miller Ezekiel (E. Miller & Son), r 307 N Prairie 
MILLER E. & SON (Ezekiel and Alexander B. Miller), dry 

goods, 11 Main 
Miller Henry R., bookkeeper, r 307 N Prairie 
Miller John, cigarmaker. r 507 K Springfield av 
Miller John F., harnessmaker, r 401 N Elm 
Miller John G., manager Mrs. M. J. Miller, r 401 N Elm 
Miller John H., r 87 VValnut 
Miller Joseph, bartender, r 1 Locust 
Miller Joseph J., salesman F. D. & W. A. Rugg, Metropolitan 

Block 
Miller Martin, laborer, r Market, sw cor Beardsley 
Miller Mary J. Mrs., harness and horse furnishing goods, 31 

Main, r 401 N Elm 
Miller Nicholas F., r 209 E University av 
Miller Oscar, hardware and stoves, 85 E University av, r 607 W 

Church 
Miller Sophia Mrs., r 209 E University av 
Miller William, student, r 402 W Church 
Million Pxlward. r 601 Stoughton 
MILLS CHARLES H., physician, 104 W Church, r 312 W 

Church 
Mills M. H. (Mills & Shane), r 409 W University av 
MILLS & SHANE (M. H. Mills and W. H. Shane), physi- 
cians, r 9 Main 
Miner Daniel W., express wagon, r 506 S State 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 65 

Miner Jane, wid Daniel, r 506 S State 

Mitchell Delia, wid John, r 14 E Washington 

Mitchell Eliza Miss, r 14 E Washington 

Mitchell Frank S., harness maker, r 304 S Prairie 

Mitchell James P., laborer, r 412 W Columbia 

Mitchell Jarrett, horse trainer, r 606 Stoughton 

Mitchell Jeremiah, laborer, r 606 Stoughton 

Mitchell Lydia W., wid John S., r 412 W Columbia 

Mitchell Mary, wid Wilson, r 629 S State 

Mitchell Newton, laborer, r 412 W. Columbia 

Mitchell Walter R., clerk, r 602 E University av 

Mitchell William, laborer, r 412 W Columbia 

Mittendorf Charles, gardener, r ns Bloomington rd, 1st e Har- 
ris av 

Mittendorf Christian, r ns Bloomington rd, 1st e Harris av 

MITTENDORF LOUIS (Bacon & Mittendorf), bds 103 S 
Neil 

Mohat John, porter. The Carter House 

MoUet Barbara Mrs., r 205 W Clark 

Mollet Ben (Maxwell & Mollet) r 208 W Park 

MoUet Charles, tinner, r 205 W Clark 

Mollet J. William, clerk, r 203 W Columbia 

Monaghan John, laborer, bds Champaign House 

Monahan Michael, laborer, r 61 S Chestnut 

Monahan Patrick, night watchman, r 61 S Chestnut 

Monroe Andrew L., (Monroe & Keusink Bros.), r 86 Hickory 

Monroe & Keusink Bros. (Andrew L. Monroe, Andrew and 
William Keusink), props. Champaign Steam Laundry, 28 
N Neil 

Montgomery Charles, brakeman, bds 119 E University av 

Montgomery Rose Miss, dressmaker, r 207 W Vine 

Mooklar Elizabeth, wid William B., r 309 S State 

Moon Peter, drayage, r 703 N State 

Moore Anderson, laborer, r 407 N Neil 

Moore Byron L., r 108 W University av 

Moore Frank H., barber, bds 105 E Clark 

Moore Jennie L,, wid Charles, r 617 S State 

Moore L. A., clerk, r 108 W University av 

Moore L. N., carpenter and builder, r 308 E University av 

MOORE M. PROF., supt. of Champaign City Schools, r 108 
W University av 

IVIoran Bridget, wid John, r 408 N Fifth 

Moran John, Jr., clerk I. C. R. R., r 408 N Fifth 

Moran John, laborer, r 408 N Fifth 

Moran Nicholas D., fireman, r 504 E Columbia 



66 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

MOREHOUSE CYRUS S., dry goods, 8 Main, r 201 W Church 

Morgan John B., student, r 807 S State 

Morgan Richard, flagman, r nr n city limits 

Morgan William F., r 10 Hickor}' 

Morris Israel, teamster, r 500 S Neil 

MORRISSEY DAN, loans and real estate, 84 Walnut, r 209 

W University av 
Morrissey Daniel C. r 209 W University av 
MORRISSEY JOHN, cigars, tobacco and smokers' articles, 

4<) Main and 1:'. Market, r 209 W University av 
MORRISSEY THOMAS, wines and liquors, 84 Walnut, r 209 

W University av 
Morrison Minnie Miss, dressmaker, 59 N Neil 
Morrow Joseph, engineer, r 601 E Springfield av 
Morrow Wilson S. Rev., pastor Free Methodist Church, Urbana, 

r 601 E Springfield av 
Morse Burt, student, r 208 W Church 
Moss John, barber, 51 Walnut, r 204 E Church 
Mousel John, laborer, r 112 E Church 

Mowry Smith, salesman E. H. Renner & Bro., r 818 W Church 
Mulfinger Julius A. Rev., pastor German M. E. Church, r 206 S 

Third 
Mullet Albert, laborer, r Hickory, sw cor Eureka 
Mulliken John W. (Walker & Mulliken), r 204 W Church 
Mullin Thomas E., boarding, 202 E University av 
Mulvehill Kate Miss, waitress The Carter House 
Munds John F.. laborer, r 408 E Hill 
MUNHALL WILLIAM H., editor and manager Champaign 

Daily and County Gazette, r 502 W Washington 
Muns Andrew C, student, r 5(t6 E Healey 
Muns Lucinda V., wid Francis C, r 506 E Healey 
Munson George B., r 805 E University av 
Murray James, bricklayer, r 508 W Hill 
Murray Mary Miss, r 6 Hickory 
Murrav Minnie R. Miss, bookkeeper, r 508 W Hill 
MUSS HARRY, foreman pressroom Gazette Office, r 786 N 

Randolph 
Musson Maria, wid R. B., r 812 W^ Columbia 
Myers John W^, r 107 W University av 
Myers Matthew, painter, 408 E Clark 
Myers Merton H., pressman, r 408 E Clark 
Myers William, clerk, r 504 E Clark 

NASH BENJAMIN, barber, r 501 E Park 
Naughton Thos., photographer, 9-11 Main, r 302 W Clark 
Naylor F. L., car recorder I. C. R. R., r Metropolitan Block 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 67 

Neer James Mrs., r 203 W University av 

Nelson Ahi S. (Nelson & Martin), r 720 N Randolph 

Nelson Catherine Mrs., r 516 E White 

Nelson Ella Miss, r 602 W Church 

Nelson Joseph, laborer, r N Prairie, nr I. C. R. R 

Nelson K., student, bds 307 S Wright 

NELSON SAMUEL L., cashier J. B. & W. B. McKinley, also 

manager Walker Opera House, r 107 S Lynn 
Nelson & Martin (A. S. Nelson and George W. Martin), grocers, 

67 N Neil 
NEW YORK STORE, Eichberg & Baer, proprs., 20 and 22 

Alain 
Nicewander Daniel, farmer, 603 E Green 
Nicholas John, r 505 E Park 
Nichols Albert, farm laborer, r ss W Springfield av, 1st s of 

S Prospect 
Nicolet Emma M. Miss, r 106 S Randolph 
Nicolet Henry L.. city clerk, r 106 S Randolph 
Nicolet Jessie G. Miss, r 106 S Randolph 
NILES EDWARD P., proprietor Doane House, r Main nw 

cor Oak 
Noble Harry M., gardener, r ws N Prospect av, 2d n Bradley av 
NOBLE JOHN A., solicitor. Champaign Daily and Weekly 

Gazette, r 211 W Clark 
Noble Jonathan N., fruit grower, r ws N Prospect av, 2d n 

Bradley av 
Noble W. Emmett, salesman Ottenheimer & Co., r 619 W Park 
Nofftz Flora, cook Rev. S. H. Peabody 
Noonan John, laborer, r 105 E Hill 
North Charles H., engineer, r 725 N Randolph 
Norvin James, laborer, r 203 S Neil 
Nott Charles, r 302 W Clark 
Nott Thomas, photographer, r 302 W Clark 
Nye L. S., r 201 W Park 
Nye Nellie Miss, embroiderer, r 201 W Park 
Nye Seldon L., bill poster, 201 W Park 

OBENCHAIN NANCY MRS., clerk C. S. Morehouse, r 
University av 
O'Brien C. F., brakeman, bds 104 W Washington 
O'Brien Eliza Mrs., r 20-t E Clark 
O'Brien Joseph, roadmaster I. C. R. R., r 83 Walnut 
O'Brien William, student, r 83 Walnut 
O'Brien William L., carpenter and builder, r 408 E Park 
Oehnke Frederick, r 510 E Park 



68 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

PEORIA. DECATUR. CHAMPAIGN. 

OTTENHEIMER & CO. 

LEHDINC FINE 

CLOTHIERS • HATTERS 

18 Main Street, 



JAKE M. KAUFMAN, 

Resident Partneh. 



CHAMPAIGN, ILL 



Oehnke Theodore, hostler, r 511 E Church 

Oehnke William, wiper, r oK) E Park 

O'Gair Jennie Miss, dressmaker, 78 N Neil 

O'Gair Sylvia Miss, dressmaker, 78 N Neil 

O'Gorman James, laborer, r 75 Walnut 

O'Keefe Jewel, domestic E. A. Kimball 

Olmsted George H., clerk, r 208 E Church 

Olmsted Robert, night baggageman, r 208 E Church 

O'Neil Francis (McGraw & O'Neil), r 407 E Vine 

O'Neil Margaret, domestic, E Henry 

O'Neil Peter, Jr., clerk, r 407 E Vine 

O'Neil Peter, laborer, r 407 E Vine 

O'Neil Sarah Miss, bookkeeper, r 407 E Vine 

Oster William F., machinist, r 811 E Clark 

Ostrand Charles, baker, r 801 E Healey 

Ostrand John, dravagc, r 801 E Healey 

OTTENHEIMER S. W. (S. W. Ottenheimer & Co.), r Peoria, 

111. 
OTTENHEIMER & CO. (S. W. Ottenheimer and J. M. 

Kaufman), clothiers, 18 Main 
Owens Alfred, hostler, r 104 W White 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 69 



Owens George H., painter, r 311 E University av 
Owens L. Mrs., r 311 E University av 

PACIFIC EXPRESS CO., F. M. Wascher agent, 49 Walnut 
Padwitch Frederick, r 7 Locust 
Page De W. Waldo, r 505 N Neil 
Page Samuel K., physician, r 106 W Vine 
Page Victor N., dentist, 15 Main, r 106 W Vine 
Paisley James T., student, r 701 W University av 
Paisley William H., r 701 W University av 
Paisley William W., clerk, r 701 W University av 
PALMER ARTHUR W., asst prof of chemistry University 

of Illinois 
Palmer Charles E., r 108 W Park 
Palmer George W., breeding and sale stable, 98 N Neil, r 108 

W Park 
Palmer J. A. Mrs., r 411 E Park 
Palmer Marie L. Miss, clerk, r 108 W Park 
Palmer Merritt, commercial traveler, r 305 W Washington 
Pancake Mrs., r 814 W Church 
Pancoast John, brakeman, r 25 Locust 
Pape Henry, r 305 E Washington av 
Parker Burt, r 112 W Park 
Parker Charles A., salesman, r 112 W Park 
PARKER G. W. M., in charge of mechanical department 

University of Illinois, r 410 S Neil 
Parker Hervey E., student, r 410 S Neil 
Parker Julia A. Mrs. (Parker, Stoltey & Co.), r 112 W Park 
Parker Kate D. Miss, r 311 W Hill 
Parker Nettie F. Miss, clerk, r 410 S Neil 
Parker, Stoltey & Co. (Mrs. J. A. Parker, Charles A. Stoltey, 

Mrs. K. S. Brown and Mrs. A. L. Young), dry goods, 111 

E University av 
Parker Thomas A. Rev., presiding elder Champaign district, r 

311 W Hill 
Parker William H., brakeman, r 204 Maple 
Parkins Susan A. Mrs., r 403 W White 
Parks Thomas, well digger, r 604 W Clark 
Paro Adolphus G., stationary engineer Round House, r 604 S 

Randolph 
Paro Edward S., machinist, r 604 S Randolph 
Paro George A., fireman I. C. R. R., r 604 S Randolph 
Patterson Thomas, brakeman, r 207 N First 
Patterson Thomas, laborer, r 105 W Columbia 
Patton D., laborer, r 203 S Neil 



70 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Paul Joseph, superintendent Texas & Pacific R. R., r 509 S 
Randolph 

Peabody Grace Miss, r 709 Mt Hope av 

PEABODY SELIM H., Ph. D., LL. D., regent The Univer- 
sit\' of Illinois, r 7('9 Mt Hope av 

PEARMAN JOHN T., physician, Gazette Building, r 308 
S Neil 

Pearman Minnie Miss, r 308 S Neil 

Pearman Myrtle Miss, r 308 S Neil 

Peddicord Charles B., clerk, r 616 W Clark 

Peddicord H., real estate, r 725 W Church 

Peddicord Mary W. Mrs., r 608 W Clark 

Peitcher John, laborer, r 503 E Church 

Pemberton Nancy S. Mrs., dressmaker, r 27 Main 

Pennington Charles A., bookkeeper First National Bank of 
Champaign, r 610 W Hill 

Pennington Elisha, agricultural implements, 107 W Church, r 
610 W Hill 

Penny Archibald, r 606 E Springfield av 

Pepper H. J. ( Kariher & Pepper), r 207 W University av 

Perkins Joseph F., tile burner, r 406 N Elm 

Perkins J. D., corn doctor, 117 E University av 

Peters August, barber, r 312 E Church 

Peters Charles, r 402 E Columbia 

Peters Christina, wid Charles, r 312 E Church 

Peters Lena Miss, dressmaker, 110 N First, r 309 E Washington 

Peters Mary, wid Christ, r 309 E Washington 

Perers Theodore, gardener, r309 K Washington 

Peterson Charles, cigar maker, r 105 E White 

Peterson Peter, drayman, r 105 E White 

Petrie Jacob N., milk depot, r 310 K University av 

Pfenninger Kasper, calciminer, r Market, ne cor Columbia 

Pfinder August, carpenter, r 402 Stoughton 

Pfinder Louis, laborer, r 412 Stoughton 

Phares L. M. Mrs., r 210 W White 

Phelps Silas M.. plasterer, r 502 K Springfield av 

PHILBRICK SOLON (Gere & Philbrick), also associate ed- 
itor Champaign Daily and County Gazettes, r 212 W Hill 

Philbrick Margaret Miss, student, r 212 W Hill 

Phillips Ernest W., machinist, r 707 N Randolph 

Pickard John, r N Prairie, nr L C. R. R. 

Pierce Edwine Mrs., r 4 E University av 

Piper E. D., student, r 407 N State 

Pitman Alonzo, molder, r 412 E Park 

Plank Grace Miss, teacher, r 611 W Church 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 71 

HOUSE PAINTER AND DEALER IN 

PHINTS, OILS, GLHSS. ETC. 

Cor. Neil and First South Streets. 

Plank Kate Mrs., r 404 E Columbia 

Plank M. B., r 611 W Church 

Plotner George H., laborer, r ws Champaign, 1st n C, C. C. & 
St. L. Ry. 

Plotner William, r 604 E University av 

Plotner William A., r 67 S Chestnut 

Poll John, laborer, r 306 S Prairie 

Poole Edward, engineer, bds 106 S First 

Poor William, brakeman, bds 121 E University av 

Pottner Joseph, hostler, r 58 N Walnut 

Powell J. E., clerk, r 19 E Springfield av 

POWERS ELMER F. (Powers & Fielding), r 202 Columbia 
av^ 

POWERS & FIELDING (Elmer F. Powers and Isaac Field- 
ing), proprs and publishers Champaign Times, 30 Main 

Prater Jasper, painter, bds 502 E University av 

Prater W. R., painter, bds 502 E University av 

Pratt Jerry, clerk, r 209 E Park 

Prestin Carrie Miss, domestic J. B. Harris 

Prestin John F., engineer, r 110 Stoughton 

Prestin Mary, wid Theodore, r 208 E. Washington 

Prestin William, express, r 208 E Washington 

Price Annie P., wid Thomas, r 111 W Columbia 

Price Arthur C, livery and boarding stable, 508 N Neil, r 111 
W Columbia 

Price Charles, salesman, r 111 Columbia 

Price David W., painter, Hickory, nw cor Tremont 

Price Eliza J., wid John F., bds 105 W Hill 

Price Ella Miss, clerk, bds 105 W Hill 

Price Frank M., painter, r 609 W Clark 

Price Lizzie Miss, operator C. U. Tel. Co., r 18 N Neil 

Price Mary H. Miss, 18 N Neil 

Price Minnie Miss, r 18 N Neil 

Price Nellie G. Miss, r 18 N Neil 

PRICE WALTER E., chief fire department, r 107 S Lynn 

PRICE WILLIAM, house painter and dealer in paints, oils, 
and glass, 18 N Neil 

Pride George A., clerk, r 503 N Neil 

Pride lantha, wid Ezra A., r 503 N Neil 



72 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

E. H. RENNER & BROTHER, 

Farm Machinery«*Implements 



Reapers, Mowers, Binders, Planters, Buggies, Wagons, Etc. Deering Binders and Mowers and 
Advance Threshers and Engines a Specialty. 



University Avenue, West of I. C. R. R. Tracic 

■ '.HaMHaii-ii^ 



T.L.PH0Ne,28. CHAMPAIGN, ILL 



Priestley George T. (Thorpe and Priestley), r 205 N Randolph 

Proesel John W., fireman, r 201 E Park 

Pullen R., student, r 207 W Hill 

Putscher Frederick, laborer, r (301 E Columbia 

QUIRK EMMA MISS, bookkeeper, r 201 W Springfield av 
QUIRK HATTIE MISS, clerk Money Order Depart- 
ment, r 201 W Springfield av 
Quirk James, brakeman I. C. R. R., r 201 W Springfield av 
Quirk John, section foreman I. C. R. R., r 201 W Springfield av 
Quirk Maggie Miss, saleslady, r 201 W Springfield av 
Quirk P. H., engineer I. C. R. R., r 201 VV Springfield av 

R ACKER DAVID, r 611 W Clark 
Randall Josephine Mrs., r 402 E University av 
Randolph James W., calciminer, r Market, nw cor Washington 
Ray John L., lawyer, 31 Main, r 801 S Wright 
Rayburn James A., carpenter and contractor, 202 W Healey 
Rayburn May Miss, r 202 W Healey 

Ravburn Robert, carpenter and contractor, r 202 W Healey 
RAYBURN WOOD S. (Rayburn & Beers), r 106 W Park 
RAYBURN & BEERS (Wood S. Rayburn and John S. Beers), 

real estate, loans, insurance, 33 N Neil 
Read Marvin, r 303 University av 
Reagan Julia Mrs., r 203 E Clark . 
Reagan Michael, laborer, r 510 E Springfield av 
Reddick Edward, bookkeeper Dallenbach Bros., r Walnut 
Reed Grace Miss, teacher, r 111 W Hill 
Reed Jennie M. Mrs., r 601 W Clark 
Reed Samuel K., agent, r 605 N State 

Reed Thomas H., telegraph operator I. C. R. R., r 210 E White 
Reede Josie Miss, teacher, r 303 W University av 
Reedy George, machinist, r 208 E White 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 73 

Reedy Jerry, boilermaker, r 208 E White 

Rehberg John, r 106 E White 

Rehburg Frederick, blacksmith, r 406 E University av 

Reich William, tailor, bds 202 E University av 

Reinhard Edwin P., r 311 W White 

Reinhard Grace Miss, r 311 W White 

Reinke Albert (Reinke & Schaede), r 214 E Washington 

Reinke Frederick, laborer, r 214 E Washington 

Reinke & Schaede (Albert Reinke and William Schaede), cigar 

manufacturers, 110 E University av 
RENNER E. H. (E. H. Renner & Bro.), r Urbana 
RENNERE. H. &BRO. (Enos H. and Sylvester W. Renner), 

agricultural implements, coal and livery, 36 E University av 
Renner Mary Miss, r 307 E Clark 
RENNER SYLVESTER W. (E. H. Renner & Bro.), r 307 

E Clark 
Renner William, livery, r 307 E Clark 

REPLOGLE PETER S. (Replogle & Hakes), r 19 N Neil 
REPLOGLE & HAKES (Peter S. Replogle and Charles W. 

Hakes), physicians, 55 N Neil 
Rest Ambrose, laborer, r es N Fourth, 1st n Grove 
Reynolds John, laborer, r 412 E Vine 
Rhinesmith Beulah Miss, teacher, r 108 E Clark 
RHODES WM. H., foreman Times Ofifice, r 609 S Randolph 
Rice George M., farmer, r ns W Church, 1st w McKinley av 
Richards Mary E., cook Doane House 
Richardson Jasper A., clerk, r 502 E White 
Richardson Samuel, laborer, r 502 E White 
Richner William, millwright, r 502 S Neil 
Richter Cora Miss, dressmaker, r 109 Scott 
Richter Edward, tailor, r 109 E Clark 
Richter Frank, brakeman, r 110 E Clark 
Richter L., fireman, r 206 E White 
Richter William, laborer, r 89 Walnut 
Richter William, car repairer, r 109 E Clark 
Riddle A. N., carpenter and builder, 15 Tremont, r 411 W 

White 
Rifenberick Sadie Mrs., r 201 W Vine 
Riley Ann Mrs., r 704 Ash 
Riley Jesse E., barber, r 408 E University av 
RILEY OZIAS, jeweler, 14 Main, r 309 S Neil 
Rising John, farmer, r 704 W Church 
Rising Louis, student, r 704 W Church 
Rittenhouse David, veterinary surgeon, r 109 E White 
Rittenhouse George, cigarmaker, r 109 E White 



74 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



Ritter Clarence M., printer, r 402 E White 

Rittcr, Clement Y., collector, r 402 E White 

RITTER WILLIAM C, trav. sales., r 402 E White 

Rivers John, calciminer, r 511 Poplar 

Rivers Robert, coachman, r 511 Poplar 

Rix Washington, r 10(3 W Clark- 
Roach George, r 105 E Park 

Roach James, r 105 E Park 

Roach Sarah, wid John, r 105 E Park 

Robbins tCnoch, well borer, r 405 S Neil 

Roberts Charles, carpenter, r 105 William 

Roberts C. J., clerk, r 201 W Church 

Roberts George W., expert agricultural implements, r 120 E 
University av 

Roberts Humphrey, engineer, r 309 W Clark 

Roberts John C. (William Roberts & Son), r 107 Washington 

Roberts J. J. Mrs., r 105 William 

Roberts L. Miss, clerk, r 200 W Park av 

Roberts L. C., carpenter, r 207 N Third 

Roberts Romeo, tinner, r 513 S Randolph 

ROBERTS R. L., foreman Gazette Office, r 300 W White 

Roberts William (William Roberts & Son) r 107 W Washington 

Roberts William, carpenter, r 207 N Third 

Roberts William L., tailor, r 107 W Washington 

Roberts William & Son (William and John C. Roberts), mer- 
chant tailors, 16 Main 

Robertson William G., laborer, r 408 N Elm 

ROBESON F. K. ( F. K. Robeson & Bro.), r49 N Neil 

ROBESON F. K. & BRO. ( I^ K. Robeson), dry goods, 47 and 
49 N Neil 

Robeson Grant B., salesman F. K. Robeson & Bro., r 49 
N Neil 

Robeson Greenberry, bds Doane House 

Robinson Elna A. (Robinson & Burr), r 112 W Hill 

Robinson & Burr (Elna A. Robinson and Ellis M. Burr), ma- 
chinists, foundry, plumbii>g and gasfitting, 15 Hickory 

Robson John, painter, r 401 E Clark 

Roey Matthew, cook, r Poplar, se cor E Vine 

Roey Stephen, laborer, r Poplar, se cor E Vine 

Rogers B., trav agt, bds 012 E University av 

Rogers Thomas J., farmer, r 021 S Randolph 

Roiiloff Charles, tailor, r 409 E Vine 

Rohloff Robert, tailor, r 409 E Vine 

Rolph James, r 105 W Vine 

Rolph James M., bricklayer, r 703 N Randolph 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



75 



F. D. & W. A. RUGG 

(Successors to D. RUGG & SON.) 



ESTABLISHED 1858. 



DEALERS IN 




Ladies and Gents' 



FINE • SHOES. 

Rolph Robert, tailor, r 105 W Vine 

Ronnbom Augustavus, laborer, r 505 E Washington 

ROOS PETER, professor of art and design. University of 

Illinois, r 805 S Wright 
Root John F., boilermaker, r 511 W Washington 
Roots Daniel L., Jr., carpenter, r Second, sw cor Chestnut 
Roots D. L., planing mill, 32 S Market, r 605 S Neil 
Roots Fay F., letter carrier, r 005 S Neil 
Roots Jennie Miss, r 605 S Neil 
Rosenbaum Gus, cigarmaker, r 212 E Flill 
Rosenbaum John, laborer, r 212 E Hill 
Rosenbaum "Mary, chambermaid, Doane House 
Rosenfeld Louis, cigarmaker, r 205 E White 
Ross Claudis L., salesman, Willis, r 207 S Neil 
Ross Edward P., painter, r 207 S Neil 

Ross Howard, delivery clerk, C. E. Shepherd, r609 W Clark 
Ross Louisa Mrs., r 211 E Clark 
Ross Lucy, wid Simon, r 506 N Neil 

Ross Robert, carriage trimmer, C. J. Karle, bds 501 N Randolph 
Rothbart Frederick, foreman, r 608 E Washington 
Rowe James, r 101 S Prospect av 



76 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Rowley W. A., salesman F. K. Robeson & Bro., r cor Clark and 

Elm 
Roy George, laborer, r 311 William 
Royal S. T., r 505 ¥. Clark 
Royer John, carpenter, 312 S Lynn 
Royer William H., shoemaker, r 508 W Washington 
Roysdon William, r 412 W Clark 
Roysdon W^illiam J., house-mover, r 412 W Clark 
Ruble U. R., clerk, r 211 W Clark 
Rugg Carrie Miss, r 6(H) W University av 
RUGG FREDERICK D. (F. D. & W. A. Rugg), r 609 W 

University av 
RUGG F. D. & W. A. (F. D. and W. A. Rugg), wholesale 

and retail dealers in boots and shoes and rubbers, 51 N Neil 
Rugg Mary D.. wid William D., r 8G Hickory 
RUGG WALTER A. (F. D. & W. A. Rugg), r 303 S Neil 
Rugg W., engineer, 45 Main 
Runkel Elizabeth, wid John, r 514 S Neil 
Ruschmann Ludwig, saloon, 79 Main 
Rush Clark, bds 502 Stoughton 

Rush Frederick P. (F. P. Rush & Co.), r Indianapolis 
Rush F. P. & Co. (Frederick P. Rush, George E Townley and 

Ed. F. Gall), grain and coal, 42 First South 
Russell A., cigars and tobacco, 41 Main, r 015 W University av 
Russell Charles H. (Hamilton & Russell), r 205 W Church 
Russell DeWittH., cigars, r 015 W University av 
Russell P2dward, tinner, r 205 W Church 
Russell James B., cashier Burnham, Trevett & Mattis, r 312 

W Church 
Russell John W., r 615 W University av 
Ryan Cornelius, laborer, r 507 N Fifth 
RYAN FANNY M. MISS, instructor in modern languages, r 

709 Mt. Hopeav 
Ryan Jeremiah, messenger, r 507 N Fifth 

SABIN CALVIN J., agricultural implements, coal, seeds, &c., 
()0 Main, r 301 W^ Clark 
Sabin Earl C, messenger, r 301 W Clark 
Sabin Elmer C, salesman, r 405 W Clark 
Sabin Frank C, salesman, r 301 W Clark 
Sabin Roy C, r 301 W Clark 
Sanders Benjamin, laborer, r 313 E Park 
Sands Henry C, horse trainer, r 512 S State 
Sanford William, student, bds 307 S Wright 
Sargent Ernest, student, r 207 W Hill 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 77 

Sass John, stableman, r 401 E Hill 

SAYE JAMES R., propr Carter House, r 36 Walnut 

Saylor P. M., train dispatcher I. C. R. R., r 316 S Neil 

Schaede Fritz, r 207 E Washington 

Schaede Louis, bricklayer, r 510 Poplar 

Schaede Otto, musician, r es Ash, nw cor E Columbia 

Schaede William (Reinke & Schaede), r 404 E Vine 

Schaefer John V., mechanical engineer, r 211 E Clark 

SCHAEFER V. E., asst in machine shop. University of Illi- 
nois 

Schertiger Otto, tailor, r 310 E Park 

Schlosser Peter, blacksmith, r 202 E Park 

Schmidt William, general blacksmith, 501 N Neil, r 101 White 

Schnueke Mary, waitress Doane House 

Schnuecke Pauline, domestic, B. F. Harris 

Schoale John J., merchant tailor, 36 Main, r 407 Stoughton 

Schocliff John, brickmaker, r 407 E Springfield av 

Schramm William H., jeweler, r 309 S Neil 

Schreiber August, butcher, r 109 W Washington 

Schultz Carl, laborer, r 303 E Hill 

Schultz Charles, bartender, r 114 E White 

Schultz Frederick, laborer, r 108 Stoughton 

Schultz Frederick, painter, r 102 E Church 

Schultz John, cigar maker, r 108 E University av 

Schultz John, laborer, r 306 E Church 

Schultz John, laborer, bds ns Bloomington rd, 1st e Harris av 

Schultz Rosa S., r 306 E Church 

SCHUMACHER PETER, meat market, 108 E University av, 
r 210 E University av 

Schumm Charles L., clerk Doane House, r 304 E Church 

Schwartz Albert, nurseryman, r 505 W University av 

Schwartz George H., laborer, r 208 E Church 

Schwartz Mary, wid Michael, r 208 E Church 

Schwehm Philip, teamster, r 305 S Wright 

Schweinsberg William, carpet weaver, r 112 E Church 

Schweinsberg William, Jr., tailor, r 112 E Church 

SCHWEIZER J. FREDERICK (Schweizer & Woody), r 111 
W University av 

SCHWEIZER & WOODY (J. Frederick Schweizer and Paul 
W. Woody), merchant tailors, clothing and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, 7 Main 

Scott Amos S., r 312 W Hill 

Scott Archibald R., r 401 N Prairie 

Scott A. Marshall, agent, r 407 N Prairie 

Scott Donald G., student, r 610 E Clark 



78 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Scott Edward L., laborer, r 95 Walnut 

Scott Henry, calciminer, r 812 William 

Scott James R., farmer, r 507 S State 

Scott Linda W. Mrs., r 312 W Hill 

Scott Linda W. Miss, clerk, r 312 W Hill 

Scott Robert G., farmer, r 010 E Clark 

Scott Stewart, farmer, r 507 S State 

Scott Thomas G. Rev., r 715 W Church 

Scott William ]., student, r 715 W Church 

Scott William W., student, r 507 S State 

Scudder Dell Miss, cashier, r 212 W Vine 

Scudder E. Smith, engineer, r 212 W Vine 

Scudder L. Adell Miss, bookkeeper, r 212 W Vine 

Searfoss John, salesman, r 104 E Church 

Searfoss Mary C, wid Jacob, r 104 E Church 

Sedgwick James C, contractor and builder, 15 N Neil, r 407 S 

Prairie 
Sedletzeck Charles, switchman, r 88 Hickory 
Seeley Carrie Miss, r 720 W Church 

Seeley Christian F, farmer, r ss Bradley av, 1st w McKinley av 
Seeley Eugene W., farmer, r ss Bradley av, 1st w McKinley av 
Seeley E. A. Miss, r ss Bradley av, 1st w McKinley av 
Seeley Mary L. Miss, r ss Bradley av, 1st w McKinley av 
Sendcnburgh George W., salesman, r 212 E Clark 
Sevier Annie, wid Frank, r 104 W Washington 
Sevier Martha J. Mrs., boarding, ()01 N Neil 
SchaefferD. H. Mrs., r 205 W Clark 
Shafer D. H., dentist, 20 Main, r 015 W Church 
Shafer Henry, student, high school, r 1 N Neil 
Shane William H. (Mills & Shane), 9 Main, r 409 W University 

av 
Shanton Milton W., shoemaker, r 50 W Walnut 
Sharpf Andrew, r 202 E Church 

SHATTUCK SAMUEL W., prof, mathematics, r 108 W Hill 
Shattuck Walter F., student, r 108 W Hill 
Shaugar Joseph, laborer, bds ()7 Main 
Shaw Ephraim M., teamster, r 501 Stoughton 
Shaw Frederick, r 003 S Neil 
Shaw James T., janitor, r 503 E Springfield av 
Shaw John C, laundry, 27 Main, r 504 E Park 
Sha\v Philip, laundryman, r 004 E University av 
Shaw Philip E., r 004 E University av 
Shaw Soranus, carpenter and contractor, r 003 S Neil 
Shaw S., Jr., carpenter, r 0)03 S Neil 
Shawhan James K., farmer, r extreme end S Oak, outside city 

limits 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 79 

Shawhan Nancy, wid William, r extreme end S Oak, outside 
city limits 

Sheehy Mary Miss, tailoress, r 405 W Columbia 

Sheffer George K., architect and builder, 507 N Neil 

Sheffer Ina M. Miss, bookkeeper, r 507 N Neil 

Sheffer Jennie C. Miss, dressmaker, r 507 N Neil 

Sheldon George L., clerk, r 605 W University av 

Shepherd Cornelia E. Miss, groceries, 38 N Neil, r 306 Colum- 
bia av 

Shepherd T. H,, manager C. E. Shepherd, r 306 Columbia av 

SHERFY C. M. '(Willis & Sherfy); also insurance agent, 40 
Walnut, r 211 W University av 

Sherfy Fanny B. Miss, r 211 W University av 

Sheridan Annie Miss, dressmaker, 80 E University av 

Sheridan Arthur, salesman, r 81 E University av 

Sheridan John, r 80 E University av 

Sheridan Patrick, r 80 E University av 

Sheridan William, cigarmaker, r 80 University av 

Shillon Emma Mrs., r 205 E Park 

Shimp Andrew M., bricklayer, r 208 E Clark 

Shively Lewis, laborer, r 728 N Neil 

Shoemaker William H., harnessmaker, r 212 S Neil 

Shriver John, laborer, r 412 E Hill 

Shriver William, cigarmaker, r 412 E Hill 

Shuffleton, Thomas, machinist, bds 105 W Hill 

Shuler Enos C, laborer, r 503 W Columbia 

Shurtz Richard, student, r 611 E Green 

Shurtz S., student, r 611 E Green 

Shurtz Watson, r 611 E Green 

Sidner Margaret Miss, r 814 W Church 

SIEGEL THEODORE, dealer in wines and liquors, also agent 
C. Conrad's original Budweiser, 59 Market, r 111 W Park 

Siegmund Henry, bricklayer, r 104 Stoughton 

Sim John, laborer, r 311 E Hill 

Sim William, bartender, r 311 E Hill 

Simpson Bert, delivery clerk, r 26 Holt 

Simpson Bessie Miss, dressmaker, r 606 S Neil 

Simpson M. J. Miss, music teacher, 203 W Park 

Simpson R. J., fireman, bds 203 E Clark 

SINGBUSCH AUGUST C, grocer, 105 and 107 E University 
av, r 127 E University av 

Singbusch Christ, r 503 Poplar 

Singbusch John, laborer, r 309 E Clark 

Singer Manufacturing Co. The, A, Boyd manager, 36 N Neil 

Sinnott M., farmer, r 107 N Sixth 



80 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY 



SMITH BROTHERS 

DEALERS IN 

Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, 

Poultry, Hides and Tallow; Shippers of Fat Stock. 

io6 East University Avenue, telephone no. so. 

6i North Neil Street, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

Sizer L, N., civil engineer, 8, 25 Main, bds 501 N Randolph 
Skinner Catherine, wid George, r 308 N Sixth 
Skinner Theodore, engineer, r 501 E Clark 
Skinner W. VV., r 805 S Elm 
Slater Peter, r 508 Mt Hope av 
Smart John, laborer, r ()05 E Univensitv av 

SMITH BROS. (Charles S. and Thoma.s E. Smith), meat mar- 
ket, 100 E University av and (U N Neil 
Smith Charles, fireman, bds 101 E Clark 
Smith Charles B. harness maker, r 510 John 
SMITH CHARLES S. (Smith Bros.), r 802 E Park 
Smith C. B. Hon., judge of circuit court, r 805 W Clark 
Smith p:iizabeth, wid B. B., r 510 John 
Smith Frank ¥.., printer, r 782 N Neil 
Smith Isaiah, laborer, r 407 W Vine 
Smith Isham N., teacher, r 510 John 
Smith James H., teacher, r 510 John 
Smith John B., butcher, r 802 E Park 
Smith John W., laborer, ws N Neil, 1st n Bloomington rd 
Smith Joseph M., trav agt, r 512 S Neil 
Smith Josephine, wid Amos, r 812 W Springfield av 
Smith Mary Hazeltine Miss, r 501 John 
Smith Phcebe Mrs., r 78 Walnut 
Smith Stephen J., machinist, r 408 S Neil 
SMITH THOMAS E. (Smith Bros.), r 204 E Park 
SMITH THOMAS J., lawyer. 5 VV Main, r 407 W University av 
Smith Thomas L., polisher, r Beardsley, ne cor Champaign 
Smith William, blacksmith, r 101 E White 
Smith William S., butcher, r 802 E I^ark 

SNYDER EDWARD, prof modern languages, r 808 W Church 
Snyder Harry, student, bds 502 F. University av 
Soffky P>ederick, laborer, r 009 E Columbia 
Somerville William, bds 21 Water 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 81 

Somerville William, laborer, r 403 E Park 

Souder Harriet, wid John, r 503 N Neil 

Souder Luther (L. & S. H. Souder), r 503 N Neil 

Souder Samuel H. (L. & S. H. Souder), and propr, Souder's 
Steam Dye House, r 510 N Neil 

Souder's Steam Dye House, Samuel H. Souder propr., 65 N 
Neil 

Souder L. & S. H. (Luther and Samuel H. Souder), cigars and 
tobacco, 65 N Neil 

Spalding Albert E., clerk, r 111 W Springfield av 

SPALDING ARTHUR W., deputy postmaster, r 111 W 
Springfield av 

Spalding Fanny E. Miss, r 111 W Springfield av 

Spalding Frederick, student, bds 503 S Randolph 

SPALDING JOHN W., postmaster, r 111 VV Springfield av 

Spalding John W., Jr. (Campbell & Spalding), r 202 S Neil 

Spalding Percy W., bookkeeper, Burnham, Trevett & Mattis, 
r 111 W Springfield av 

Sparks John N., tile maker, r ws N Fifth, 1st n Grove 

Sparring Frederick, laborer, r 209 E Church 

Sperry Eldridge H. (H. T. Sperry & Son), also dealer in 
bicycles, r 407 N Elm 

Sperry Henry T. (H. T. Sperry & Son), r 407 N Elm 

SPERRY H. T. & SON (Henry T. and Eldridge H. Sperry), 
insurance and real estate, 3 Main 

Spitler Vincent J., conductor, r 106 W Church 

Sprinkle DeWitt C, r 605 S Randolph 

SQUIRES GEORGE H., general manager The Empire Cord- 
age Co., r 614 W Park 

Staley C. C, lawyer, r 305 S Neil 

Staley Margaret, wid Joseph, r 109 W Springfield av 

Staley Peter, grain agent, 109 W Springfield av 

Stamey James W., r 202 W University av 

Stamey M. E., r 103 N Prospect av 

Statton Ely, conductor, bds 119 E University av 

Stebbins Carl G., clerk, r 1 Main 

Steele J., student, r 307 S Wright 

Steffen Catherine Mrs., r 208 N Fifth 

Steffen Michael, laborer, r 208 N Fifth 

Stelle A. C, r 307 S Elm 

Stephenson John W., yardmaster L C. R. R., r 207 W Washing- 
ton 

Stern Abraham (N. Stern & Bro.), r 711 W Church 

Stern Albert, r 711 W Church 

Stern Nathan (N. Stern & Bro.), r 711 W Church 



82 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Stern N. & Bro. (Nathan and Abraham Stern), clothing, 23 

Main 
Steuber Alvin, sausage maker, bds Commercial Hotel 
Stevens Hugh, traveling agent, r 401 S Prairie 
Stevens James G., carriage painter, r 206 W Healey 
Stevens S. Miss, chambermaid Doane House 
Stewart Harry, r 002 E University av 
Stewart Hugh C, farmer, r 19 E Springfield av 
Stewart Ida J., teacher, r 400 John 
Stewart John P., small fruits grower, 400 John 
Stewart J. T., bds 1\) E Springfield av 
Stewart Lottie Miss, teacher, r 002 E University av 
Stewart Louisa C. Miss, teacher, r 406 John 
Stewart Samuel G., r 802 W Columbia 
Stewart William H., carpenter, r 602 E University av 
Stickrod Bros. (Lorenzo D and Joseph N. Stickrod), livery, 66 

Market 
Stickrod Henry, hostler, bds 503 S Neil 
Stickrod H. J., livery, E University av, se cor Walnut, r 503 S 

Neil 
Stickrod Joseph (Stickrod Bros.), r 303 State 
Stickrod Lorenzo D. (Stickrod Bros.), r 204 W Washington 
Stickrod Louisa, wid Henry, r 303 S State 
Stipes Abraham, bartender, r 86 N Walnut 
Stipes Clarence, teamster, r 403 E Church 
Stipes George W., burner, r 403 E Church 
Stipes John W. (Beardsley & Stipes), and supt Champaign 

Brick and Tile Co., r 412 W Washington 
Stitt Hugh C, fireman, r ns W Green, 3d w S Neil 
St. Mary s R. C. Church, E Park, nw cor N Wright; Rev. A. J. 

Wagner pastor 
Stoll Jacob, canvasser, bds 502 E University av 
Stoltey Benjamin ¥., salesman, r 408 E White 
Stoltey Charles A. (Parker, Stoltey & Co.), r 216 E Clark 
Stoltev Harrv, baker, r 209 PI White 
STOLTEY HENRY D., manf and dealer in boots and shoes, 

109 E University av, r 408 E White 
STOLTEY H. D. & CO. ( H. D. Stoltey, T. A. Wilson and A. 

C. Klank), boots and shoes, 43 i\Iain 
Stoltey William H., salesman, r209 ¥. White 
Stoltz Joseph, laborer, r 209 W Vine 
Stoneburner Andrew J., r 509 E Springfield av 
Stoneburner B., hostler, bds 205 S Neil 
Stoneburner Lewis A., r 508 E University av 
Stoneburner William H., fireman, r 508 E University av 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 83 

Stoolman Charles, carpenter, r 512 E Green 

Strahle Charles, bookkeeper, r 118 E University av 

Strahle John G., tailor, r G E Springfield av 

Strahle Louis, hostler, bds 118 E University av 

Strahley George W. (King & Strahley), r 204 W Washington 

Straight M. C, Mrs., r 205 W Park 

Strale S. Mrs., r 212 E University av 

STRATTON SAMUEL W., r 601 John 

Streatch Maggie Miss, domestic, J. B. McKinley 

Strehlow Henry M. Rev., pastor Evangelical Lutheran Church, 

r 114 E Church 
Strode Celia Miss, domestic, P. W. Woody 
Strode Frank, engineer, r 108 W Washington 
Strode George, watchman, r 735 N Neil 
Strong Alexander, groceries and provisions, 36 Main, r 310 W 

Washington 
Strong Cyrus, r 106 W University av 
Strong John, r 801 S State 
Strong Mary B. Mrs., agent Chicago Magnetic Shield Co., r 1 

N Neil 
Stroupert August, section boss, r 505 E Church 
Stull Douglass, brakeman, r 15 W^ater 

Stull Thomas A., saloon, 122 N First, r es Oak, 2d s E Main 
Sullivan Ellen, wid John, r 629 S Randolph 
Sullivan Katie Miss, dressmaker, 107 W Columbia 
Sullivan Mary Mrs., r 402 E Park 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, r 512 W Washington 
Sullivan William, saloon, 67 Market 
Sullivan William, r 627 S Randolph 
Surpless Lora Miss, teacher, r 304 E Clark 
Sutherland James, mason, r 105 N First 
Sutton F"rank, r 313 E Clark 
Sutton Isabel Mrs., r 313 E Clark 
Sutton James, conductor, r 313 E Clark 

SWANNELL HENRY, drug'st, 1 Main, r 614 W University av 
Swannell Mary Miss, r614 W University av 
Swearingen W. H., salesman F. K. Robeson & Bro., r 314 S Neil 
SWEET ELLIS L., lawyer, 18 Main, r 201 S Elm 
Sweet William P., lightning rods, r 510 W Clark 
Swigart Otto H., farmer, nr city limits, foot of S Prairie 
Switzer Francis A., r 608 W Church 
Switzer Lottie Miss, teacher, r 608 W Church 

TAFT EMMA, wid Horatio P., r 65 N Neil 
TALBOT A. N. Prof., r 617 W University av 
Talmage William F., bds Matheny House 



84 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Taylor Jacob S., livery, r ss W Park, 2d e N New 

Taylor James, laborer, r 404 E Park 

Taylor John R., brakeman, r 304 E Park 

Taylor Minard M., master mechanic I. C. R. R., r 109 W Hill 

Taylor Newton A., com trav, r 207 W Vine 

Taylor Washington, laborer, 114 Hickory 

Tenbrink P2ugene, student, bds 611 K Green 

Tenney William, clerk L. V. Manspeaker, r 201 W University av 

Terbush Pliny, barber, 87>^ Main, r 701 W Clark 

Terry Cora A. Miss, milliner, r 57 N Neil 

Terwilliger A. A., salesman, r 510 W White 

Terwilliger A. P., agricultural implements, r 614 W Clark 

Thomas Sophia, wid Roland, r 508 E Healey 

Thomas William, student, bds 611 K Green 

Thompson Christ, tailor, bds 202 E University av 

Thompson Clara Miss, clerk, r 408 W Clark 

Thompson E. J., r 408 W Clark 

Thompson Marion D., agent, r 222 Maple 

Thorpe A. M. (Thorpe & Priestley), r 205 Randolph 

Thorpe George M., r 112 E Park 

Thorpe Henry, engineer, r 112 ¥. Park 

Thorpe Kate Miss, clerk, r 112 E Park 

Thorpe & Priestley (A. M. Thorpe and George T. Priestley), 

saloon, 40 Main 
Tick Paul, tailor, 45 Main, r 111 E Hill 
Tidrick George W., laborer, r es Harris av, nr C, C, C. & St. L. 

R. R. 
Tierney Johanna, wid John, r 207 ¥. Hill 
Tierncy John, carpenter, r 801 S Sixth 
Tierney Mary, wid Jeremiah, r 502 N Fifth 
Tierney Michael, engine wiper, r 501 E Columbia 
Timmons Cyrus J., com trav, r 405 W Hill 
Todd M. A., wid James, r 204 S Neil 
Todd Thomas, conductor, r 804 E Hill 
Tondit Rodney, clerk, r 608 W Park 
Tondit Roy, r 608 W Park 

Townley George K. (F. P Rush & Co.), r Indianapolis 
Townley Hartley J., r 608 W Clark 
Townsend Charles, broom sewer, r es Walnut, 1st n C, C. C. & 

St. L. Ry. 
Townsend E, H., trav agt, bds Carter House 
Townsend William K. D., farmer, r 807 W Columbia 
Trecise Frank, student, bds 207 S Wright 
TREVETT HENRY, hardware, stoves and tinware, 29 Main, 

agricultural implements and coal, 61 Walnut, r 618 W Park 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 85 

H. P. TUCKER 

THE OLDEST PRACTISING . . . 



IN CHHMPKIGN, 

COR. CHURCH A^D NEIL STREETS. 

Trevett Henry M., clerk, r 618 W Park 

Trevett Jane Miss, r301 W Columbia 

TREVETT JOHN R. (Burnham, Trevett & Mattis), r 101 N 

Elm 
Trevett Kate Miss, r 618 W Park 
Trevett Mary F., wid Oliver, r 301 W Columbia 
Trevett Thomas H., hardware, stoves and tinware, 28 Main, r 

301 W Columbia 
Trotter L. K. Mrs., r 510 W Clark 
Trotter Thomas }., farmer, r 207 S Elm. 
TUCKER ALANSON P., dentist, office over Faulkner's drug 

store, r 21-1: E Clark 
Tucker George W., compositor, r 214 E Clark 
Tucker N. B., farmer, r ws McKinley av, Istn Bradley av 
Tucker, Samuel C, clerk, r 15 E Eureka 
Tucker Sylvester J., carpenter, r 15 E Eureka 
Tucker S. C. Mrs., r 214 E Clark 
Tucker William G., clerk, r 15 E Eureka 
Turell George A., asst cashier First National Bank, r W Hill, 

ne cor N Elm 
Turner James O., engineer, r 206 E Park 
Turner Margaret A., wid Hezekiah, r 116 E University av 
Turner Millard, teamster, r es Champaign, 3rd n E Eureka 
Turner Roy W., fireman, r 116 E University av 
Tuthill Catherine, wid John, r 307 S Neil 

UDY WILLIAM, clerk, r 506 W White 
Ulitsch August, twine maker, r 713 N Neil 
Unger Christina, wid Henry, r 409 W Vine 
Unger Frederick, laborer, r 409 W Vine 
Unger Henry, laborer, r 409 W Vine 

Union Loan and Building Association; G. W. Beardsley pres, 
Geo. W. Harwood sec'y, L. C. Garwood treas, 49 Main 



86 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

UNION MANUFACTURING CO., Charles ZiUy, Prest., 
S. L. Nelson, Sec'y and Treas. Water, light and power 
supplies, 82 Main 

U. S. Express Co., F. M. Wascher agent, 40 Walnut 

Van Buskirk Ada Miss, teacher, r 508 Mt Hope av 

Van Buskirk Eleanor, wid John, r 508 Mt Hope av 

Vance Pleasant (Vance & Bailey), r 004 E Church 

Vance & Bailey (P. Vance and C. C. Bailey), plumbers and gas 
fitters, 80 Main 

Vandyke Joseph, laborer, r 208 E Clark 

Van Fossen Smith L., com. trav., r 014 W Church 

Vanscoder John W., r 808 W White 

Van Vickie Thomas J., r 18 Water 

Varney Lucy J., wid Samuel B., r 412 W Church 

Vaughn Charles, fireman, r 402 W Columbia 

Vaughn Cyrus, farmer, r 402 W Columbia 

Vaughn PxKvard, engineer, r 402 W Columbia 

Vaughn James, laborer, r es Champaign, 2d n E Eureka 

Vaugn Granville, barber, r 210 K Park 

Victor Carrie D. Miss, teacher, r 108 S State 

Victor Robert Mrs., r 108 S State 

Vincent R., conductor, r 202 ¥. White 

Vogel Ivmma Miss, milliner, r 107 N P^irst 

Vogel G., wid Conrad, r 107 N First 

Vogel Minnie Miss, milliner, 107 N First 

Voigt PVederick, laborer, r 512 E Washington 

Voigt Lizzie Miss, r 512 E Washington 

Voigt Pauline, wid Christ, r 512 PL Washington 

Von Holten Charles, porter, r 811 K Church 

Von Holten Christ, drayman, r 811 P. Church 

Vredenburgh Hackliah, carpenter, r es N Fifth, 1st n Grove 

WABASH R. R., N Randolph and N Neil, nr Maple, J. H. 
Hitt, agent 
Wade Isaac N., commercial traveler, r 400 W White 
Wade Leonard, r 406 W White 
Wade Moses, r 400 W White 

Wagner A. J. Rev., pastor St. Mary's Church, r 012 E Park 
Waldon L. H., r 008 E Springfield av 

Walker Francis T. (Walker & Mulliken), r 200 W Church 
Walker Jacob M., police, r 207 S Lynn 
Walker fames, laborer, r 807 N Si.xth 
WALKER OPERA HOUSE, N Neil, nw cor Park 
Walker Opera House Building (formerly Armory Building), N 
Neil, nw cor Park 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 87 

W. W. WALLS & CO. 



DEALERS IN 



LUMBER * COHL 



Builders' Material, Lime, Cement, Plaster, etc. 



32 East University Avenue, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



TELEPHONE No. 77. 



Walker Opera House Co.; F. T. Walker pres, J. W. Mulliken 

sec'y, J. Hamilton treas, S. L. Nelson manager, 32 Main 
Walker & Mulliken (F. T. Walker and J. W. Mulliken), furni- 
ture, 43 and -to N Neil 
Walkington William R., carpenter, r 627 S Neil 
Wallace Joseph D. (Maltb)^ & Wallace), r 507 W University av 
WALLS W. W. (W. W. Walls & Co.), r 619 W Church 
WALLS W. W. & CO. (W. W. Walls and A. F. Fisher), deal- 
ers in lumber, coal and building material, 32 E Washing- 
ton av 
Walter Michael, tile maker, r 106 E Church 
Walters Charles, engineer, r 506 E Clark 
Wampler L. A., conductor, r Arcade Building 
Ward Harry A., trainmaster I. C. R. R., r 108 W White 
Ward John, fireman, r es Harris av, nr I. C. R. R. 
Ward Maggie Miss, clerk, r es Harris av, nr I. C. R R. 
Warner Emma Miss, laundress, The Carter House 
Warner Sarah E. Mrs., chambermaid. The Carter House 
Warren Marian Mrs., r 206 W White 
Warsow August, wiper, r 309 E Hill 
Wascher August C, driver, r 308 W Washington 
Wascher Charles F., harness and saddlery, 104 E University av, 
r 411 E Church 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 



Wascher Frederick, car insp., r 605 E Columbia 

Wascher Frederick M., agent U. S. Express Co. and Pacific 
Express Co., r 305 W Columbia av 

Wascher Louis, laborer, r 405 E Hill 

Wascher Rudolph, laborer, r 405 E Hill 

Wascher Rudolph, r 605 E Colurribia 

Wascher W^illiam, laborer, r 510 E Washington 

Washington, Bertie Miss, r 501 S Wright 

Washington William, r 204 N Fourth 

WATERS JOSEPH W., agent American Express Co., 41 
Walnut, r 805 S State 

Watson Albert, r 20 Hickory 

Watson John C, r 203 Charles 

Watson Larkin, farmer, r 707 S Randolph 

Watson William, letter carrier, r 707 S Randolph 

Way F. D. Mrs., r 212 E White 

Way William M., r 804 E Clark 

Webster George A., photographer, 21 Main, r 206 W Washing- 
ton 

Weeks Charles M., musician, r 410 W Washington 

Weeks David, r 201 E University av 

Weeks Frank, com. trav., r 205 W Vine 

Weeks George D., oils, r 410 W Washington 

Weeks John B., bookkeeper, r 206 W Vine 

Weeks S. Edward, bricklayer, r 303 E University av 

Weeks William, teamster, r 201 E University av 

Weigle D. S., r 606 E Clark 

Weigle S. F. Mrs., r 606 E Clark 

Welch William, carpenter, r 205 E Park 

Welshly Ernest R., planing mill, r 512 W White 

Welshley E. R. & Co. (E. R. Welshley), turning, scroll sawing, 
etc., S Neil, sw cor W Clark 

Wenzlaff Charles, cigarmaker, bds 214 E Washington av 

West Naomi Mrs., wid J. J., r 106 S First 

Westall W. G.. drayage, r 408 W Clark 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO., A. R. Marshall 
agent, 14 Main 

West Side School (1st primary), N Randolph, sw cor W Hill; 
Harriet E. Brown teacher 

Whalen A., small fruits grower, r ss W Church, 1st w McKinley 
av 

Whalen Michael, carpenter, r 205 N First 

Whealon John, machinist, r 208 N First 

Wheaton Adelbert Otis, clerk, r 718 W Springfield av 

Wheaton Morris (Beardsley & Wheaton), ice, r 718 W Spring- 
field av 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY, 89 

Wheaton Orson C, carpenter, r 718 W Springfield av 

Wheaton O. G., ice dealer, r 613 W Clark 

Whipple Edward E., clerk, r 103 S Neil 

Whisman James M., restaurant, 42 Main, r 311 S Elm 

White Carrie Noble Mrs., physician, office Gazette building, r 

Urbana 
White Edward, brakeman, r 34 Second South 
White George N., r 412 W Church 
Whitney D. Mrs., r 507 W University av 
Whitney James B., machinist, r 507 W University av 
Whiton Charles L., farmer, r ws McKinley av., Ists Bradley av 
Whiton Rufus H., farmer, r ws McKinley av, 1st s Bradley av 
Whittier Mary, wid Thomas, r 108 W Church 
Wienke John F., machinist, r 507 E Columbia 
Wilber Ella Miss, student, r 202 W Church 
Wilber Frank D., student, r 202 W Church 
Wilber Robert S., farmer, r 202 W Church 
WILCOX FRANK, real estate and abstracts, 32 Walnut and 

court-house, Urbana, r 211 W Hill 
Wilcox L. S., physician and collector of internal revenue, r 302 

W Clark 
Wilde Charles F., car repairer, r 602 E Washington 
Wilder Charles N. Rev., pastor First Presbyterian Church, r 305 

W Hill 
Wildman William T., clerk r University and Market 
Wilkins Hiram O., ins agt, r 308 E White 
Williams Edward, brakeman, bds 104 W Washington 
Williams Sylvia, wid Moses, r 606 Stoughton 
Williams William, boilermaker, r 504 E Washington 
Williamson Homer, r 709 S Wright 

Williamson Mathew B., clerk C. S. Morehouse, r N Randolph 
Williamson William, r 709 S Wright 
WILLIS GODFREY C. (Willis & Sherfy), also dry gooda» 15 

Main, r 726 W University av 
WILLIS & SHERFY (Godfrey C. Willis and Chalmers 

Sherfy), real estate, loans, etc., 40 Walnut 
Willsey Kate Miss, dressmaker, r 406 Stoughton 
Willsey William, mason, r 406 Stoughton 
Wilske Albert, laborer, r 507 Stoughton 
Wilske Charles, laborer, r 507 Stoughton 
WILSKEY FRANK A., Safety Tug Fastenings, 43 Market 
Wilske Herman, r 406 E Springfield av 
Wilske Ida Miss, r406 E Springfield av 
Wilske Julius, stonemason, r 406 E Springfield av 
Wilske F K., engineer, r 43 Market 



90 CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Wilson Anderson, barber, bds 408 E University av 

Wilson Charles, coachman J. Kuhn 

Wilson Frank, printer, r 204 W Columbia 

Wilson Fred, laborer, r 407 E Hill 

Wilson George, hostler, bds H. J. Stickrod 

Wilson Henry F., horse dealer and trainer, r 320 S Neil 

Wilson John, laborer, r 87 Hickory 

Wilson John S., laborer, r 407 E Hill 

Wilson John T., blacksmith, r 204 W Columbia 

Wilson Joseph J., laborer, r 87 Hickory 

Wilson Margaret, wid William, r 312 W Vine 

Wilson Martha A., wid Joseph, r 87 Hickory 

Wilson M. A. Mrs., r 107 N Sixth 

Wilson Samuel, r 107 N Sixth 

Wilson Thomas, baker, r 107 N Sixth 

Wilson Thomas A. (H. D. Stoltey & Co.), r 207 W Columbia 

Wilson Willard, clerk, r 204 W Columbia 

Wilson William M., r 141 Walnut 

Winchell Harley C, student, r 800 W Hill 

WINCHELL S. ROBERTSON, prof, of Latin, r 306 W 

Hill 
Wingard Elizabeth, wid David, r 405 N State 
Wingard Mary, wid Benjamin F., r 407 N State 
Winn Henry A., clerk, r 18 Main 
Wishart Daniel, farmer, r 10 E University av 
Wiswall Anna, wid George, r ()10 W Hill 
Withers William, student, r 80(5 W Hill 
Witt Charles F. J., harnessmaker, r 605 E Washington 
Witt John, teamster, r 606 E Washington 
Wittig John, laborer, r 606 E Washington 
Wolfe John S., lawyer, 16 Main, r 505 W Church 
Wolfe J. B. Rev., pastor M. E. Church, r 206 W University av 
Wolfe Leonard, dentist, r 206 W University av 
Wolfram Edward, teamster, bds 43 Market 
Wood William, servant, G. Carley 
Woodcock John B., conductor, r 111 W Washington 
Woodroofe George E., engineer, r 606 N State 
Woodroofe John F., laborer, r 506 W Hill 
Woodroofe Martha Miss, bookkeeper, r 506 W Hill 
Woodroofe Walter, fireman, r 506 W Hill 
Woodruff Cornelius, laborer, r 203 N First 
WOODS A. T., prof mechanical engineering, r 308 W Church 
Woodworth Daniel, carriage painter, bds Commercial Hotel 
Woody Edward, r 314 E White 
Woody Frederick, r 314 E White 



CHAMPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY. 91 

Woody William, salesman, r 314 E White 

\VOODY PAUL W. (Schweizer & Woody), and mayor, r 

111 W University av 
Workman Frank, laborer, r 605 E University av 
Wright James S., r 308 E Clark 

Wright Metta Miss, millinery and dressmaking, 27 Main 
Wright Sarah, wid Peter, r 27 Main 
Wroten Joseph T. M., hostler, r 106 N Second 
Wyman A., r 604 E Washington 

YATES ANDREW J., tubular well borer, r 502 E Church 
Yates George B., tubular well borer, r 502 E Church. 

Yates John, florist, r 502 E Church 

Yates Letitia Miss, dressmaker, r 502 E Church 

Yinger William P., bartender, r 51 Main 

Young A. L. Mrs. (Parker, Stoltey & Co.), r 210 E Clark 

Young Chambers, carpenter, r 510 S State 

Young Charles, machinist, r 210 E Clark 

Young Charles, bds 43 Market 

Young Elizabeth, wid William, r 110>^ W Hill 

Young Men's Christian Association, N. Butler, Jr., pres.,W. A. 
Rugg vice-pres., S. D. Bawden rec, sec, C. R. Hunting- 
ton gen. sec, G. E. Lennington treas., 35 Main 

Yumado P., student, r 509 S Sixth 

ZECH CHARLES, watchman, r 609 E Washington 
Zinke Louise, domestic, J. Kuhn 



• CHHMPHIGN • 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. 

Wilcox Frank, 32 Walnut 

ADVANCE THRESHERS. 

RENNER E. H. & BRO., 30 E University av (see adv. p 72) 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Hardy W. F., 66 and 68 E University av 

Littler John E. & Bros., Armory Bldg 

Pennington E., 107 W Church 

RENNER E. H. & BRO., 36 E University av (see adv. p 72)' 

SABIN C. J., 60 Main 

Trevett Henry, 61 Walnut 

ARCHITECTS. 

Brown Seely, 411 W University av 

ARTISTS. 
Heath Ella Miss, 311 W Washington 

ARTISTS' SUPPLIES. 
LLOYDE D. H. & SON, 9 Main (see adv. p 94) 

AUCTIONEER. 
Axtell Albert L., 120 N First 

BABY CARRIAGES. 
BACON & MITTENDORF, 12 Main 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 93 

BILL BOARDS. 

I own and control over 500 feet of PROM- 
INENT BOARDS in Champaign and Urbana, 
and have a competent man to do posting at 
reasonable rates, both in the city and country. 

S. L, NELSON. 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

Brady E., 112 N First 
Ebert Jacob, 106 N First 
Glover Charles, 28 Main 
Hamlin B. W., 63 N Neil 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

CHAMPAIGN NATIONAL BANK, 5 Main 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CHAMPAIGN, Main s w 

cor Walnut 
BURNHAM, TREVETT & MATTIS, 16 Main 

BARBERS. 

Blaisdell Edward B., 9 Main 
Johnson Richard, 81 Main 
Lewis Charles, 25 Main 
Moss John, 51 Walnut 
Terbush Pliny, 37>^ Main 

BEER [AGENTS. 

Krabbe F. A., agt Val. Blatz Brewing Co., 8 Oak 
Miebach William, agt Jos. Schlitz's Brewing Co., 56 First South 
SIEGEL THEODORE, agt for C. Conrad's original Budweiser, 
59 Market, (see adv. front col'd p D) 

BICYCLES. 

Sperry E. H., 35 N Neil 

BILL BOARDS. 

NELSON S. L., 32 Main, (see adv. p 93) 

BILL POSTERS. 

NELSON S. L., 32 Main, (see adv. p 93) 
Nye Seldon L., 201 W Park 



94 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

i ^^ MMlii D. H. LLOYDE & SON, 

*Bi^,T^r.4^^^^^M| WALL PAPER, ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, SEWING MACHINES, 

.-^oiu on Monthly Payments. 9 JWaiii Street, GHfl|WPilIGH, Iltlt. 

BILLIARD HALLS. 

Morrissey John, 40 Main and 78 Market 
Russell A., 41 Main 

BINDER TWINE (RED ELEPHANT BRAND). 

EMPIRE CORDAGE CO., THE, Geo. H. Squires gen mana- 
ger, E Eureka cor Champaign, (see adv. front col'd p H) 

BLACKSMITHS. 

(See also Horse Shoers.) 
Ayres E., 100 N Neil 
Frison Bros., 12 and 14 E University av 
Karle C. J., Walnut ne cor First South 
Schmidt William, 501 N Neil 

BLANK BOOK MAKERS. 

Munhall W. H., Gazette Bldg 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Dunham M. E. Mrs., 501 N Randolph 
Lathrop Lyman G., 112 W Columbia 
Lemen Mary C. Mrs., 105 W Hill 
McCann Delia Mrs., 67 Main 
Mullin Thomas E., 202 E University av 
Sevier Martha J. Mrs., 601 N Neil 

BONDS. 

Beardsley George F., 49 N Neil 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

CUNNINGHAM, A. P., 25 Main 

LLOYDE D. H. & SON, 9 Main, (see adv. above) 

SWAN NELL H., 1 Main, (see adv. front col'd p D) 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 95 

H. D. STOLTEY, 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS, 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL 

BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER. 

STOLTEY HENRY D., 109 E University av (see adv. above) 
BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Gayman George, 108 N First 

Hall & Dawson, 59 N Neil 

Lasell Edward, 103 W Church 

LENNINGTON G. E., 19 Main, (see adv. front col'd p D) 

RUGG F. D. & W. A., 51 N Neil, (see adv. p 75) 

STOLTEY HENRY D., 109 E University av (see adv. above) 

STOLTEY H. D. & CO., 43 Main 

BOOTS AND SHOES (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL). 

RUGG F. D. & W. A., 51 N Neil, (see adv. p 75) 
BOTTLERS (ALE AND PORTER). 
CHAMPAIGN BOTTLING WORKS, 56 First South 
BOTTLERS (GENERAL). 

CHAMPAIGN BOTTLING WORKS, 56 First South 

BRAIDING AND EMBROIDERY. 

Leal W. Mrs., 37 N Neil 

BREEDING STABLES. 

Palmer George W., 98 N Neil 

BRICK AND TILE MANUFACTURERS. 

Champaign Brick & Tile Co., 140 E Eureka 

BROOM MANUFACTURERS. 

Horn Lester, 610 E Springfield av 

McCANN JAMES & BRO., 726 W Church, (see adv. p 96) 



96 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

James McCann. Edward McCann. 

James McCann & Bro. 

i OF 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



726 m. ChuFeh, « CHAMPAIGfl, Ilili. 

BUGGIES. 

Davidson George W., Armory Bldg 

BUILDERS' MATERIALS. 

WALLS ^V. V/. & CO., H2 E University av (see adv. p 87) 

BUILDING MATERIAL. 

WALLS W. W. & CO., 32 E University av (see adv. p 87) 

BUS LINE. 
CHESTER HUBERT, 58 First South 

BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

McKee Business College, 1 and 3 Main 

CALCIMINERS. 

Scott Henry, 812 William 

CANNED GOODS. 

BADDELEY C. H., 75 and 77 N Neil, (see adv. p 27) 
MANSPEAKER L. V., 35 and 37 Main, (see adv. p 60) 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

Banes Horatio G., 509 S Sixth 

Dickerson Joshua, Second South, ne cor S Neil 

Dunlap James W., 503 E University av 

Engle Elijah T., 625 S Neil 

Hartman A. H., 110 W White 

Hondorf Bros., 502 Stoughton 

Hoxie W. H., 25 S Market 

Hurin W. N., 108 S Fifth 

Moore L. N,, 308 E University av 

O'Brien William L., 408 E Park 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 97 

Rayburn James A., 202 W Healey 
Rayburn Robert, 202 W Healey 
Riddle A. N., 15 Fremont 
Royer John, 312 S Lynn 
Sheffer George K., 507 N Neil 

CARPET WEAVERS. 

Coon Joshua N., 617 S State 
Schweinsberg William, 112 E Church 

CARPETS AND OIL CLOTH. 

EICHBERG & BAER, 20 and 22 Main, (see adv. front col'd p H) 
CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Crannell John N., 504 N Neil 
Ely George, cor E University av and Walnut 
Prison Bros., 12 and 14 E University av 
Karle C. J., Walnut, ne cor First South 

CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. 

Hessel John F., 39 Main 

RENNER E. H. & BRO., 36 E University av (see adv. p 72 ) 

CHIROPODIST. 

Perkins J. D., 117 E University av 

CIDER MANUFACTURER. 

Champaign Bottling Works, 56 First South 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Collan John B. A., 41 Main 
Hegenbart Frank, 110 N First 
Lutz George H., 30 Walnut 
Matheny Frank E., 77 Main 

CIGARS. 

CUNNINGHAM A. P., 25 Main, (see adv. p 38) 
SWANNELL H., 1 Main, (see adv. front col'd p D) 

CIGARS (JOBBERS). 

Morrissey John, 46 Main and 73 Market 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

Carpenter N. D., 114 E University av 
Hegenbart Frank, 110 N First 



98 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

KING THOMAS H., 38 Main, (see adv. at restaurants) 
MANSPEAKER L. V., 35 and 37 Main, (see adv. p 60) 

Matheny Frank E., 77 Main 

Morrissey John, 46 Main and 73 Market 

Russell A., 41 Main 

Souder L. & S. H., 65 N Neil 

CIVIL ENGINEERS. 

Balcom S. F., 511 W University av 

Healey James M., office: roadmaster's office I. C. R. R. 

Paro Adolphus G., 604 S Randolph 

Sizer L. N., 25 Main 

CLOTHIERS. 

Kuhn J. & Son, 45 Main 

OTTENHEIMER & CO., 18 Main, (see adv. p 68) 

Schweizer & Woody, 7 Main 

Stern N. & Bro., 23 Main 

CLOTHING (SECOND HAND). 

BUTTERFIELD ALBERT M., 411 N Neil 

COAL (WHOLESALE). 

NELSON S. L., 32 Main, (see adv p 98) 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Beach B. C. & Co., E Vine, ne cor Hickory 

ELSEA JOHN W., 8 S Walnut, (see adv. at livery) 

Hardy W. F., 66 and 68 E University av 

Littler J. E. & Bros., Armory Building 

Marble S. M., 42 Walnut 

RENNER E. H. & BRO., 36 E University av (see adv p 72) 

Rush F. P. & Co., 42 First South 

SABIN C. J., 60 Main 

Stickrod Bros., 66 Market 

Trevett Henry, 61 Walnut 

WALLS W. W. & CO., 32 E University av (see adv p 87) 

COLLECTION AGENTS. 

BUCH JACOB, 33 Main, (see adv p 32) 

WILLIS & SHERFY, 40 Walnut, (see adv. at real estate) 

COMIVIISSION MERCHANT. 

Kent Thomas, 4, 9 Main 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 99 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Sedgwick James A., 407 S Prairie 
Sedgwick James C, 15 N Neil 

CORDAGE. 

EMPIRE CORDAGE CO., THE, Geo. H. Squires general 
manager, E Eureka cor Champaign, (see adv. front col'd p H) 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

BADDELEY C. H., 75 and 77 N Neil, (see adv. p 27) 

BOLLMAN FRED, 114 N First, (see adv. p 30) 

Greenhalgh J. R., 6 Main 

McGraw & O'Neil, 102 E University av 

Shepherd C. E. Miss, 38 N Neil 

SINGBUSCH A. C, 105-107 E University av (see adv. p 102) 

DAIRYMAN. 

Dillavou Jacob R., 601 W Springfield av 

DENTISTS. 

Howard Charles P., 1 Main 
Page Victor N., 15 Main 
Shafer D. H., 26 Main 

TUCKER ALANSON P., office over Faulkner's Drug Store, 
(see adv. p 85) 

DRAYAGE. 

Anderson Washington, 304 William 
Chandler John, 606 S State 
Karr Robert F., 506 Mt Hope av 
Luther Thomas C, 403 E Springfield av 
Miner Daniel W., 506 S State 
Peterson Peter, 105 E White 
Shaw E. M., 501 Stoughton 
Westall W. G., 408 W Clark 
Wilber Robert S., 202 W Church 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Black Julia Miss, 65 N Neil 

Branch Viola Mrs., E Healey, sw cor S Sixth 

Cooper Bessie Miss, 26 Main 

Dineen & Kettrick Misses, 61 N Neil 

Doyle Nellie Miss, 2, 7 Main 

Hanes & Keeling, 39 N Neil 

Hess P. M, 17 Main 



100 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Jacobs Mary E. Miss, 503 E Clark 
Keelor Laura Mrs., 105 N First 
McAboy Blanche Miss, 403 W Clark 
McAboy Lida Miss, 403 W Clark 
Montgomery Rose Miss, 207 W Vine 
Morrison Minnie Miss, 59 N Neil 
O'Gair Jennie Miss, 73 N Neil 
O'Gair, Sylvia Miss, 73 N Neil 
Parker Julia A. Mrs., 8, 3 Main 
Peters Lena, 110 N First 
Sheffer Jennie C. Miss, 507 N Neil 
Sheridan Annie Miss, 80 E University av 
Sullivan Katie Miss, 107 W Columbia 
Wright Metta Miss, 27 Main 

DRUGGISTS. 

CUNNINGHAM A. P., 25 Main, (see adv. p 38) 

FAULKNER L. W. & CO., 51 N Neil 

Henry Edward, 101 and 103 E University av 

Maxwell & Mollet, 33 Main 

SWANNELL H., 1 Main, (see adv front colored p D) 

DRY GOODS. 

EICHBERG & BAER, 20 and 22 Main (see adv front colored 

PH) 
Miller E. & Son, 11 Main 
Morehouse Cyrus S., 3 Main 

Parker, Stoltey & Co., Ill and 113 E University av 
Robeson F. K. & Bro., 47 and 49 N Neil 
Willis Godfrey C, 15 Main 

DYER AND SCOURER. 

Souder's Steam Dye House. G5 N Neil 

EICHBERG OPERA HOUSE. 

EICHBERG'S OPERA HOUSE, Eichberg & Baer, props, 
20 and 22 Main (see adv. front colored p H) 

ELECTRIC LIGHTING. 

Union Mfg, Co., office 32 Main 

ELOCUTIONISTS. 

Boshell Marie Louise Miss, 1 N Neil 

ENGINES. 

RENNER E. H. & BRO., 30 E University av (see adv. p 72) 
SABIN C. J., 60 Main 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 101 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., 41 Walnut 
Pacific Express Co., 49 Walnut 
U. S. Express Co., 49 Walnut 

FANCY GOODS. 

SWANNELL H., 1 Main (see adv. front col'd p D) 

FANCY GROCERIES. 

MANSPEAKER L. V., 35 and 37 Main (see adv. p 60) 

FARM MACHINERY. 

RENNER E. H. & BRO., 36 E University av (see adv. p 72) 

FLORIST. 

Frank Thomas, 704 N Randolph 

FLOUR DEALERS. 

BADDELEY C. H., 75 and 77 N Neil (see adv. p 27) 
MANSPEAKER L. V., 35 and 37 Main (see adv. 60) 

FLOUR MILLS. 

CHAMPAIGN ROLLER MILLS, George W. Kennard 

prop, 28 E University av 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

Howse L. K. & Co., 71 N Neil 
KENNARD GEORGE ^V., 28 E University av 
Littler J. E. & Bros., Armory Building 
Marble S. M., 42 Walnut 
McFadden Hunter, 43 Market 

SINGBUSCH A. C, 105 and 107 E University av (see adv p 
102) 

FOREIGN PASSAGE. 

WILLIS & SHERFY, 40 Main (see adv. at real estate) 

FRUITS (FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC). 

MANSPEAKER L. V., 35 and 37 Main (see adv p 60) 

FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY. 

KING T. H., 38 Main (see adv at restaurants) 



102 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

H. C. SINGBUSCH, 

DEALER IN 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR AND FEED, Etc. 

Goods are guaranteed first-class and prices reasonable. 
105 and 107 East University Avenue, on a una loai ■■ 1 

tnAMrAlbN, ILL. 



Telephone No. 52. 



FURNITURE. 

Bacon & Mittendorf, 12 Main 
Butterfield Albert M., 411 N Neil 
Kruse John C, 86 E University av 
Walker & MuUiken, 43 and 45 N Neil 

CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

OTTENHEIMER & CO., IS Main (see adv p 68) 
GINGER ALE MANUFACTURERS. 

Champaign Bottling Works, 56 First South 
GRAIN DEALERS. 

Beach B. C. & Co., E Vine, ne cor Hickory 
Rush F. P. & Co., 42 First South 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 

Arthurs John B., 24 Main 

BADDELEY C. H., 75 and 77 N Neil, (see adv p 27) 

BOLLMAN FRED, 114 N First, (see adv p 32) 

Clark D. S., 404 E White 

De Puy M. H., 512 E University av 

Glover Charles, 28 Main 

Henry Edward, 101 and 103 E University av 

Kariher & Pepper, 55 N Neil 

Leal W., 87 N Neil 

MANSPEAKER L. V., 35 and 37 Main, (see adv p 60) 

McFadden Hunter, 41 and 43 Market 

McGraw & O'Neil, 102 E University av 

Nelson & Martin, 67 N Neil 

Shepherd C. E. Miss, 38 N Neil 

SINGBUSCH A. C, 105 and 107 E University av (see adv. 

above) 
Strong Alexander, 36 Main 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 103 

GUNSMITHS. 

Burgess Jonathan, 413 N Neil 
Fondersmith George, 35 N Neil 

HAIR GOODS. 

Lee Fanny Mrs., 29 Hickory 

HAME TUG MANUFACTURER. 

Lasher Morgan E., 102 N Neil 

HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE. 

Hamilton & Russell, 69 N Neil 
Miller Oscar, 85 E University av 
Trevett Henry, 29 Main 
Trevett Thomas H., 28 Main 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

Hessel M. A. Mrs., 39 Main 

Miller Mary J, Mrs., 31 Main 

Wascher Charles F., 104 E University av 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS. 

OTTENHEIMER & CO., 18 Main, (see adv. p 68) 

HIDES, FURS AND WOOL. 

LAMKIN J. B., 17 Fremont 

HIDES AND TALLOW. 

SMITH BROS., 103 E University av and 61 N Neil, (see adv. 
P80) 

HORSE DEALERS. 

BOOKER J. W. & CO., Hickory, ne cor E Washington 

HORSE SHOERS. 

(See Blacksmiths.) 

Campbell & Spalding, 13 N Neil 
Prison Bros., 12 and 14 E University av 

HORSE TRAINERS. 

Freshwater Henry, r 508 Stoughton 
Sands Henry C, 512 S State 
Wilson Henry F., 320 S Neil 



104 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

HOTELS. 

CARTER HOUSE, James R. Saye proprietor, 34, 36 and 38 

Walnut 
Champaign House, Mrs. P. Coffey propr, 710 N Neil 
DOANE HOUSE, Edward P. Niles propr. Main nw cor Oak 

HOUSE MOVERS AND RAISERS. 

Hartmann George W., 505 W Clark 
Roysdon William J., 412 W Clark 

ICE CREAM. 

KING T. H., 38 Main, (see adv. at restaurants) 
ICE DEALERS. 

BAKER & GLOVER, 312 W Washington 
Beardsley & Wheaton, 140 E Eureka 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Harwood George W., 49 N Neil 

Nelson S. L., 32 Main 

Ravburn & Beers, 33 N Neil 

SHERFY C. M., 40 Walnut, (see adv. at real estate) 

Sperry H. T. & Son, 3 Main 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BRYAN A. H., 1, 27 Main 

BUCH JACOB, 33 Main (see adv. p 32) 

LACER BEER AGENTS. 

MIEBACH WILLIAM, agent for Jos. Schlitz's Milwaukee 
lager beer, 56 First South 

LAND BROKERS. 

BURNHAM, TREVETT & MATTIS, 16 Main 

LAUNDRIES. 

Champaign Steam Laundry, 28 N Neil 
Donahue Charles, 509 E Clark 
Shaw J. C, 27 Main 

LAWYERS. 

Aspern Harry T., 31 Main 
BRYAN ALFONZO C, 27 Main 
Craig W. P., 3, 25 Main 
Gere & Philbrick, 16 Main 
Ray John L., 31 Main 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



105 



Carter Ho^se Itlvery Stables 



JOHN W. ELSEA, Prop. 




Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable. Good Rigs, the Best 
Stocl<. Low Cinarges. 

ALSO DEALER IN TELEPHONE 86. 



Office and Barns, Walnut opp. The Carter House and 8 S. Walnut, 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

SMITH THOMAS J., 5 Main 
Staley C. C, 305 S Neil 
SWEET ELLIS L., 18 Main 
Wolfe John S., 16 Main 

LIGHTNING ROD (MANUFACTURER). 

Sweet William P., 510 W Clark 

LIME AND CEMENT. 

WALLS W. W. &.CO., 32 E University av (see adv. p 87) 

LIVE STOCK DEALER. 

SCHUMACHER P., 108 E University av 

LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLES. 

CARTER HOUSE LIVERY STABLES, John W. Elsea 

prop., Walnut, opp The Carter House (see adv. above) 
ELSEA JOHN W., 8 S Walnut (see adv. above) 
Johnson Miles, N Water, nw cor E University av 
King & Strahley, 71 N Neil 
Price Arthur C, 508 N Neil 



106 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRPXTORY. 



E. H. RENNER & BROTHER 

Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables 

TELEPHONE 128, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

TELEPHONE 110, URBANA, ILL. 

Having two first-class Stables we are prepared to fill all orders for 
teams and carriages promptly. 

Urbana Barn, located directly east court house sq. 

Champaign Barn, university avenue, west of i. c. n. /?. 

RENNER E. H. & 6RO., 30 E University av (see adv. p 72) 

Stickrod Bros., 06 Market 

Stickrod H. J., E University av, se cor Walnut 

LOANS. 

Harvvood George W., 49 N Neil 

Morrissey Dan, 34 Walnut 

Wilcox Frank, 32 Walnut 

WILLIS & SHERFY, 40 Walnut (see adv. p 110) 

LUMBER. 

Hamilton Julius, 65 Walnut 

WALLS W. W. & CO., 82 E University av (see adv. p 87) 

MACHINISTS. 

Maltby & Wallace, 104 S Neil 

MAGNETIC APPLIANCES. 

Chicago Magnetic Shield Co., 1 N Neil 

MARBLE AND GRANITE DEALERS. 

ATKINSON S. P. & CO., 70 N Neil 

MASON CONTRACTORS. 

Adams William, 314 S Prairie 

MEAT MARKETS. 

Buch William, 415 N Neil 
Dallenbach & Boyle, 41 N Neil 
SCHUMACHER PETER, 108 E University av 
SMITH BROS., 106 E University av and 61 N Neil, (see adv. 
P80) 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 107 

MILLINERY. 

Hanes & Keeling, 39 N Neil 

Howsman Charles A., 21 Main 

Ireton & Burwash, 27 Main 

Parker, Stoltey & Co., Ill and 113 E University av 

Terry Cora A. Miss, 57 N Neil 

Vogel Minnie Miss, 107 N First 

Wright Metta Miss, 27 Main 

MORTGAGES. 

Beardsley George F., 49 N Neil 

MOULDINGS. 

SWANNELL H., 1 Main (see adv. front col'd p D) 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Adams Grace Miss, 307 W Hill 
Foster C. W., 18 Main 
Hennig H. A., Metropolitan Block 
Simpson M. J. Miss, 203 W Park 

NEWS DEPOTS. 

CUNNINGHAM A. P., 25 Main (see adv. p 38) 

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS. 

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY GAZETTE, W. H. Munhall, ed- 
itor and manager, Gazette Building, 2 Main 

CHAMPAIGN DAILY GAZETTE, W. H. Munhall, editor 
and manager. Gazette Building 

CHAMPAIGN TIMES THE, Powers & Fielding, props and 
publishers, 30 Main 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

BUCH JACOB, 33 Main (see adv. p 32) 
Craig William P., 3, 25 Main 
Harwood George W., 49 N Neil 
PHILBRICK SOLON, 16 Main 
Smith Thomas J., 5 Main 

NOTIONS. 

Parker, Stoltey & Co.', Ill E University av 

NURSERIES. 

Champaign Nurseries, J. B. Harris & Co. proprs, 15 Main 



108 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

The Walker Opera House. 

CHHMPHICN, ILLINOIS. 

ONE OR MORE FIRST-CLASS DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENTS 
EACH WEEK IN SEASON. 

Tickets Sold in Advance at Cunningham's Drug Store. Telephone No. 59. 

House for Rent to Dancing Parties and Home Entertainments. 

S. L. NELSON, MANAGER. 

NURSES. 

Hayes Hannah Miss, 213 E Hill 

OPERA HOUSES. 

EICHBERG OPERA HOUSE, Eichberg & Baer proprs, 20 

and 22 Main, (see adv front col'd p H) 
Swannell Opera House, 1 and 3 Main 
^WALKER OPERA HOUSE, S. L. Nelson manager, 32 Main 

PAINTERS (HOUSE). 

PRICE WILLIAM, 18 N Neil, (see adv. p 71) 

PAINTERS (HOUSE AND SIGN). 

Abernathy Robert, 115 E University av 
Birkholz Rudolph, 202 Stoughton 
Condit Ogden M., 88 N Neil 
Hendey Charles, 108 W Washington 

PAINTS, OILS AND CLASS. 

Faulkner E. W. & Co., 51 N Neil 

PRICE WILLIAM, 18 N Neil (see adv. p 71) 

SWANNELL H., 1 Main, (see adv. front col'd p D) 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

LLOYDE D. H. & SON, 9 Main, (see adv. p 94) 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Adams James, 119 E University av 
Gamble George R., 53 Walnut 
Holland Orr E., 19 Main 
Naughton Thomas, 9 and 11 Main 
Webster George A., 21 Main 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 109 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Cheever D. A., office and res 307 W Clark 

Gushing Henry E., office Metropolitan block 

HAKES CHARLES W., 55 N Neil 

Haley Henry A., 102 W Church 

Hall Abbie G. Miss, 615 W Clark 

Hall Lyman, 408 W Church 

HIGGINS W. S., 504 E Church 

HOWARD HARTWELL C, 1 Main 

Johnson Charles B., 51 N Neil 

Johnson Perry C, 43 Main 

KRATZ EDWIN A., 104 VV Church 

McGranaghan F. G., 14 Main 

Mills Charles H., 104 W Church 

Mills M. H., 9 Main 

PEARMAN JOHN T., Gazette Building, r 308 S Neil 

Mills & Shane, 9 Main 

REPLOGLE PETER S., 55 N Neil 

REPLOGLE & HAKES, 55 N Neil 

Shaeffer D. H. Mrs., 205 W Park 

Shane VV. H., 9 Main 

White Carrie Noble Mrs., office Gazette Building 

PLANING MILLS. 

Roots D. L., 32 S Market 

PLASTER. 

WALLS W. W. & CO., 32 E University av (see adv. p 87) 

PLASTERERS (PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL). 

Bainun James H., 623 S Neil 
Day Thomas D., 305 E Park 
Feltham George W., 306 E Park 
Phelps Silas M., 502 E Springfield av 

PLUMBERS AND GASFITTERS. 

Robinson & Burr, 15 Hickory 
Vance & Bailey, 30 Main 

POULTRY DEALERS. 

SMITH BROS., 106 E University av and 61 Neil, (see adv p 
80) 

PRINTERS (JOB). 
MUNHALL W. H., Gazette Building 
POWERS & FIELDING, 30 Main 



110 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

G. C. Willis. C. M. Sherfy. 

WILLIS & SHERFY, 

Real Estate, Loan, Foreign Passage ^"^ Collection 

HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT. 

Farm Loans at Lowest Rates. C. M. SHERFY, Insurance Agent. 

OFFICE: \ f,^:t'.^^i^ll%tZ.t:^'' CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

QUEENSWARE (LARGEST STOCK IN COUNTY). 

BADDELEY C. H., 75 and 77 N Neil (see adv. p '27) 

REAL ESTATE. 

Beardsley George F., 41) N Neil 

Carter Dixon S., 407 N State 

Morrissey Dan, 84 Walnut 

Sperry H. T. & Son, 8 Main 

Wilcox Frank, 8ti Walnut 

AA/'ILLIS & SHERFY, 40 Walnut, (see adv. above) 

REAL ESTATE LOANS. 

McKinley J. B & W. B., 82 Main 

REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. 

Beardsley George F., 49 N Neil 
Rayburn & Beers, 88 N Neil 

RESTAURANTS. 

Brady E., 112 N First 

Crighton William, 28 Walnut 

Ebert Jacob, 106 N First 

English Albert, 28 Main 

Hamlin B. W., »)8 N Neil 

KING THOMAS H., 88 Main, (see adv. p 111) 

Whisman James M., 42 Main 

RUBBERS. 

RUGG F. D. & W. A., 51 N Neil, (see adv. p 75) 

SAFETY TUG FASTENINGS. 

WILSKEY FRANK A., 48 Market 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Ill 

King's • Resthurhnt 

No. 38 Main Street, 

CHAiVIPAICN, ILL. 

REGULAR MEALS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. 

Fresh Oysters and Ice Cream in their Season. Fruits and Con- 
fectionery. Cigars and Tobacco. 

T. H. KING, Proprietor. 

SALOONS. 

Ahrens Henry C, 49 Main 

Amos Albert, 112 E University av 

Baker Frederick, ws Market, sw cor Taylor 

Behrens Henry, 51 Main 

Coffey P. Mrs., 712 N Neil 

Cunningham John, 69 Main 

Kelly Joseph, 73 Main 

Lierman August, 116 N First 

Lutz George H., 30 Walnut 

Miller Elizabeth M. Mrs., 65 Main 

Morrissey Thomas, 34 Walnut 

Ruchmann Ludwig, 79 Main 

SIEGEL THEODORE, 59 Market, (see adv. front col'd p D) 

Stull Thomas A., 122 N First 

Sullivan William, 67 Market 

Thorpe & Priestley, 40 Main 

SALT. 

Marble S. M., 42 Walnut 

SAND AND GRAVEL DEALERS. 

Beardsley & Stipes, 140 E Eureka 

SAUSAGE MAKERS. 
SCHUMACHER PETER, 108 E University av 
SECOND-HAND STORES. 

BUTTERFIELD, A. M., 411 N Neil 
Huston William, 73 N Neil 

SEEDS. 

Hardy W. F., 66 and 68 E University av 
SABIN C. J., 60 Main 



112 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

SEWING MACHINES. 

LLOYDE D. H. & SON, 9 Main (see adv. p 94) 

Singer Manufacturing Co. The, A. Boyd manager, 36 N Neil 

SHIPPERS OF FAT STOCK. 

SMITH BROS., 106 E University av and 61 N Neil (see adv. 
p80) 

SHOEMAKERS. 

Green Edwin, 413 N Neil 
McMillin James, 509 E White 

SMALL FRUITS GROWERS. 

Burris Sylvanus, es Mt. Hope av, 1st s Daniel 
Stewart John P., 406 John 

SMOKERS' ARTICLES. 

Morrissey John, 46 Main and 73 Market 

SPORTING GOODS. 

Fondersmith George, 35 N Neil 

STATIONERY. 

CUNNINGHAM A. P., 25 Main, (see adv. p 38) 

STEAM HEATING. 

Maltby & Wallace, 104 S Neil 

STOVES AND HARDWARE. 

BUTTERFIELD A. M., 411 N Neil 

TAILORS (MERCHANT). 

Costello Frank T., 21 Main 

Dollinger Frank, 9, 1 Main 

OTTENHEIMER & CO., 18 Main, (see adv. p 68) 

Roberts William & Son, 16 Main 

Schoule John J., 36 Main 

Schweizer & VVoody, 7 Main 

Tick Paul, 45 Main 

TELEPHONE COMPANIES. 

Central Union Telephone Co., 14 Main 

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.; A. R. Marshall 
agent, 14 Main 



CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 113 

TINWARE. 

Madden James D., 76 N Neil 

TOILET ARTICLES. 

SWANNELL H., 1 Main, (see adv. front col'd p H) 

TRANSFER LINE. 
CHESTER HUBERT, 58 First South 

TUBULAR WELL BORERS. 

Yates A. G., 502 E Church 
Yates George B., 502 E Church 

TURNING, SCROLLS SAWING, ETC. 

Welshley E. R. & Co.. S Neil, sw cor W Clark 

TWINE (RED ELEPHANT BRAND). 

EMPIRE CORDAGE CO. THE, Geo. H. Squires gen man- 
ager, E Eureka, cor Champaign, (see adv. front col'd p H) 

UNDERTAKERS. 

BACON & MITTENDORF, 12 Main 
Kruse John C, 86 E University av 

UNIVERSITY SUPPLIES. 

CUNNINGHAM A. P., 25 Main, (see adv. p 38) 

UPHOLSTERERS. 
Insley Tennery, 32 N Neil 

VARIETY STORE. 

Greenhalgh J. R., 6 Main 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Baker William A., 1 Main 
Baumgardner George G., 11 N Neil 
Rittenhouse David, 109 E White 

WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES. 

LLOYDE D. H. & SON, 9 Main (see adv. page 94) 
SWANNELL H., 1 Main (see adv. front col'd p D) 

WAGON MAKERS. 

Appling John, 100 N Neil 
Bragg John, 501 N Neil 



114 CHAMPAIGN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

WASHING MACHINE AGENTS. 

Dunham William, 609 W Springfield av 

WATERWORKS. 

Union Manufacturing Co., offtce 32 Main 

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. 

Burkett William P., 57 N Neil 
Garwood Lanson C, 13 Main 
Hill C. S., y Main 
Riley Ozias, 14 Main 

WINES AND LIQUORS (WHOLESALE). 

Morrissey Thomas, 34 Walnut 

WINES AND LIQUORS (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL). 

SIEGEL THEODORE, 59 Market (see adv. front col'd p D) 



Urbana City Directory. 



HBBREiZIKTIONS. 



agt agent 

asst assistant 

av avenue 

bldg building 

boul boulevard 

blk block 

elk clerk 

cor corner 

E east 

es east side 

N north 

ne northeast 

nr near 

ns north side 

nw northwest 



opp opposite 

pres president 

propr proprietor 

Rev Reverend 

r resides 

rd road 

S south 

se southeast 

sec secretary 

ss south side 

sw south vkfest 

treas treasurer 

W west 

ws west side 

wid widow 



ADAMS ALBERT, r Main, ne cor Walnut 
Adams James, photographer, r North, nw cor Dry 
Adams John W., barber, r ws Orchard, 1st s University av 
Adams Willis, r ns Clark, 2d w Lincoln av 
Ahlrich August, carpenter, r ws Linn, 2d s Main 
Ainsley Henry, ditcher, r Market, se cor California 
Ainsley Henry, r Market, se cor California 
Ainsley John W., butcher, r Market, se cor California 
Akers Jackson, carpenter, r ns Clark, 3d e Lincoln av 
Albert Jesse, painter, r ss High, 2d e Market 
Albert Rachel P. Mrs., r Ater, se cor Birch 
Albert Vada Miss, milliner, r ss High, 2d e Market 
Alkire Gertrude Miss, domestic M. D. Busey 
Alkire J. V., laborer, r es Busey av, opp First 
Alley Arthur, clerk, r Elm, ne cor Race 
Allen David, student, bds ss Green, 2d e Orchard 
Allen John, laborer, r Oregon, nw cor Urbana av 
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., John R. Nelson agent, 30 Main 
Anderson E. F., r ss Green, 2d e Grove 
Anderson GeorgejW., painter, r Walnut, sw cor Dry 



116 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Anderson Matthew, laborer, r W Main, nw cor Race 
Anderson M. A., r Walnut, sw cor Dry 

ANDERSON RUFUS, foreman of the Mechanical Engineer- 
ing Shops, Illinois State University, r ss Springfield av, 1st 
w Goodwin av 
Anderson Scott, foreman, bds Elm, se cor Broad 
Anderson Sylvester, r Stoughton, sw cor Harvey 
Anderson William D., teamster, r ss Green, 2d e Grove 
Andrews John, laborer, r White, nw cor Eads 
Ater Abraham, machinist, r ns University av, 2d w Coler av 
Ater John, laborer, r es Market, 2d s Green 
Ayres Fred W., compositor Herald office, rns Green, 2d wVine 
Ayers Homer W., lawyer, r Buscy av, nw cor W Main 

BAILEY H. M., day clerk, Caldwell House 
Baker A. B., janitor University 

Baker Ira A., brakeman, r Oregon, nw cor Vine 

Banford Harry R., clerk, r 13 W Main 

Banford John H., restaurant, 13 W Main 

Banford Stanley I., machinist, r 13 W Main 

Bangs Alonzo, hackman, r Clark, sw cor Eads 

Barr Andrew (McBeath & Barr), also tile mfrs, r ns University 
av, opp Cemetery 

Barr Andrew, Jr., r Ins University av, opp Cemetery 

BARRICKLOW CHARLES A., (J. C. Kirkpatrick & Co.), 
r ns High, 2d w Broad 

Bartley William, teamster, r Coler av, sw cor First 

Bass William, street car driver, r ns Oregon, 3rd w Maple 

Bates Katie Miss, domestic P. Richards 

Battershell Belle Miss, milliner, r ws Park, 1st n University av 

Beasley Clarence, r es Walnut, 4th s Oregon 

Beasley Victor, plasterer, r es Walnut, 4th s Oregon 

Beasley William A., plasterer, r es Walnut, 4th s Oregon 

Beaty Resey Miss, r North, nw cor Oregon 

Beaty T. M. (Bowers, Clements & Beaty), r High, ne cor Broad 

Beckwith Joseph, r ns University av, 2d e Orchard 

Beckwith William C, cashier, r es West, 2d n Main 

Beckwith William H., grocer and baker, 2 Main, r es West, 2d 
n Main 

Beidler Susan Mrs., r 702 University av 

Bemont Joseph, r ss E Main, 2d e S Vine 

Bennett Fletcher, street car driver, r ws Urbana av, 3rd n Cali- 
fornia 

Bennett G. M. (Knowlton & Bennett), r ws Central av, 5th n 
Main 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 117 

Bennett James L., r ws Urbana av, 2d n California 

Bennett Samuel P., driver, r California, nw cor Walnut 

Bensil W., farmer, r ss California, 2d e Orchard 

Bensyl Rufus, r ss Ater, 1st w Broad 

Berry John E., insurance, 3 W Main, r 1 W Main 

BESORE CHARLES A., coal, r ne cor Green 

Besore George, lumber and coal, ws Market, nr railroad depot, 

r Dry, sw cor Vine 
Besore Ida Miss, r Dry, sw cor Vine 
Bibler James, r California, nw cor Birch 
Bills Frank L., com. trav., r ns Elm, opp Orchard 
Bing Charles, clothing, r ns High, 2d w Birch 
Bing Edward, student, r ns High, 2d w Birch 
Bing Jonas, clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 22 Main, r 

ns High, 2d w Birch 
Bing Lewis L., merchant tailor 22 Main, r ns High, 2d w Birch 
Bing Louis, clerk, r ns High, 2d w Birch 
Birdzell Edward D., saloon, ns E Main, 5th e Market, r Green, 

cor Walnut 
Black Sarah Mrs., r High, nw cor Birch 
Blackshaw Edward, dentist. Masonic Temple bldg, r Busey av, 

nw cor Springfield av 
Blakeslee Thomas, laborer, r s railroad track, 1st e Central av 
Blue Charles, clerk, r ns Clark, 4th e Lincoln av 
Blue James P., car repairer, r ws Race, 2d s University av 
Blue T. F., machinist, r ns Clark, 4th e Lincoln av 
Blye Charles, night clerk St. Nicholas Hotel 
Boas William, boarding, r E Main, se cor S Vine 
Bond John W., brickmaker, r es Maple, 2d n High 
Booton Francis A., constable, r ns First, 3d e Lincoln av 
Booton John B., painter, r ns First 2d e Lincoln av 
Borgland Anna M. Mrs., r extreme south end of Nelson av 
Borguis Charles, brakeman, bds Orchard, cor University av 
Bort George A., painter, r ns Green, 1st e Race 
Bowditch Frederick, teacher, bds California, ne cor Birch 
Bowers, Clements & Beaty (William Bowers, William Clements 

and T. M. Beaty), agricultural implements, Market, bet 

Elm and Green 
Bowers William (Bowers, Clements & Beaty), r es Vine, nr 

city limits 
Bowman Robert, engineer, r ns University av, 7th e Orchard 
Bowman Willis M., cabinetmaker, r ss High, 2d w Market 
Boyd Allen (Boyd & Newby), r ss Green, 2d w Maple 
Boyd John, carpenter, r ss Springfield av, 1st w Coler av 
Boyd John, carpenter and contractor, ss Elm, 2d w Market 



118 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Boyd & Newby (Allen Boyd and Harry Newby), groceries and 

provisions, 12 Main 
Bradford A. F., machinist, r Maple, ne cor Dry 
Bradshaw Elizabeth, wid William, r California, ne cor North 
Brasch George, fireman, r Walnut, ne cor Dry 
Brash Oliver, farmer, r ss Dry, 8d e Maple 
Briggs Samuel C, engineer, r High, ne cor Broad 
Brining Lulu Miss, r N. Main, ;kl n North 
Broaddus V. Mrs., r ss Green, 2d e Goodwin av 
ERODE HOWARD S., prof, zoology University, r Busey av, 

nw cor W. Main 
Bronfield J. V., blacksmith, r Vine, ne cor Elm 
Bronson Jerusha T., wid Eugene, r Springfield av, sw cor Nel- 
son av 
Bronson Thomas D., electrician, r exreme s end of Nelson av 
Brothers George, blacksmith, r ns California, 2d e Walnut 
Brown Albert, conductor, r E. Elm, se cor Vine 
Brown Frederick G., student, r Green, se cor Coler av 
Brown F. A. Mrs., r ws Market, 2d n Oregon 
Brown Henry, junk dealer, r ss Ater, 2d e Broad 
Brown Jennie Mrs., dressmaker, r with Mr. Boyd 
Brown Minnie Miss, r Green, se cor Coler av 
Brown Warren H., t ws Market, 2d n Oregon 
Brown William G., circuit clerk, r Green, se cor Coler av 
Brownfield Mahala Mrs., r s railroad track, 2d e Central av 
BROWNLEE JAMES H., prof, of rhetoric University, r 

Central av, ne cor Water 
Bruffett David E., r Race, nw cor W^ater 
Buchanan James, machinist, bds 35 Elm 
Buckles Cyrus, laborer, bds ss Water, 1st w Market 
Bunch Martha, wid Joseph, r es Goodwin av, 2d s W. Main 
Bunch Taylor, laborer, r es Goodwin av, 2d s W. Main 
Burchnall Wilfred, carpenter, r es Linn, 1st s Main 
Burchnall William, r es Linn, 1st s Main 
Burgstrom Charles W., carpenter, r Clark, ne cor Babcock 
Burk Albert M., laborer, r Champaign, nw cor Eads 
Burk Charles, laborer, r Champaign, nw cor Eads 
Burk Mary, wid Martin, r Champaign, nw cor Eads 
Burk Wilbur, laborer, r Champaign, nw cor Eads 
Burke Arthur, deputy sheriff, r court-house 
Burke John, laborer, r ns Green, 2d w Birch 
Burke M. J., roadmaster C, C, C. & St. L. R. R., r N. Main, ne 

cor Busey av 
Burke P. E., sheriff Champaign county, r court-house 
Burke Thomas, fireman C, C, C. & St. L. R. R., r N. Main, ne 
cor Busey av 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY 119 

Burke William, r court-house 

Burnett Elizabeth Mrs., r Race, ne cor High 

Burnett George, laborer, r ws Vine, 2d s Oregon 

Burns James, railway postal clerk, r N Main, 3d n North 

Burrill John, r High, se cor Coler av 

BURRILL THOMAS J., prof, botany, r Green, se cor Nel- 
son av 

Burt Henry, r ns Dry, 1st e Busey av 

Burt Isabel, wid H. Jackson, r ns Dry, 1st e Busey av 

Burt Thomas, deputy county clerk, r ns Dry, 1st e Busey av 

Busch Charles T., furniture and undertaker, 48 Main, r Vine, se 
cor Dry 

Busey Albert, r N Main, nw cor Coler av 

Busey Frank L., r Green, s cor Race 

Busey George W., cashier Busey's Bank, r ns University av, 1st 
e Busey av 

Busey Lucy Miss, r N Main, nw cor Coler av 

Busey M. D., farmer, r Green, sw cor Race 

Busey M. E., r N Main, nw cor Coler av 

Busey M. W., pres Busey's Bank, r ss Elm, 2d e Birch 

Busey Samuel T., r ns Main, bet Orchard and West 

Busey S. H., vice-pres Busey's Bank, r ns University av, 1st e 
Busey av 

Busey's Bank, M. W. Busey pres, S. H. Busey vice-pres, Geo. 
W. Busey cashier, 23 Main 

Busey's Hall, 17 and 19 W Main 

Buthein Arnold, student, bds Caldwell House 

Butler James R., janitor court-house, r es Urbana av, 2d n Cali- 
fornia av 

Butler Mary Mrs., r ws Race, 2d s Ater 

Butman Herman, machinist, bds es Grove, 1st s Wabash Ry. 

Butt Lincoln, carpenter, r es Vine, 2d s High 

Butterfield Rhoda, wid I, r ss Springfield av, 2d e S Wright 

CAIN JOHN (Cain & Co.), bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Cain & Co., (J. Cain and C. F. Sehlorff), boots and shoes, 
11 W Main 
Caldwell House, Jackson Caldwell propr, 42 Main 
Caldwell Jackson, prop. Caldwell House, 42 Main 
Call George W., agricultural implements and coal, Market, sw 

cor Elm, r Race, se cor High 
Call Samuel, shoemaker, r ns Green, 2d e Race 
Callahan Jerry, r Maple, sw cor High 
Campbell L. C, r Dry, se cor Birch 
Campbell Thomas, laborer, r High, nw cor Walnut 



120 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Jkmes M. carpenter 
Livery, Boarding, Breeding ^'' Sale Stable 




FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS. 



North Side East Main, 

UHBANA, Ililt. 



Campbell Thomas, Jr., laborer, r High, nw cor Walnut 

Candy A. R., bds Caldwell House 

Cannon Daniel D., deputy sheriff, r High, nw cor Birch 

Cantner Charles P., grocer, 8 Main 

Cantner James, clerk C. P. Cantner, r 8 Main 

Carman B. F., r ss First, 2d e Lincoln av 

Carman Edward, foundryman, r ss First, 2d e Lincoln av 

CARPENTER HARVEY I., Prof., r Race, sw cor Dry 

Carpenter James, laborer, r es Birch, 2d s Ater 

CARPENTER JAMES M., livery and boarding stable, r ns 

E Main, 2d e Walnut 
Carpenter Nathan, house mover, r es Birch, 2d s Ater 
Carrier William, section foreman, r ns University av, 3d e Coler 

av 
Carroll Belle Miss, domestic Mrs. R. Somers 
Carson Thomas B., com trav, r High, ne cor Birch 
Carter Martin, laborer, r ns Water, 1st w Market 
Cash Bruce, r Clark, se cor Somers 
Cash ?2dward, well borer, r Clark se cor Somers 
Cash Henry, carpenter, r Clark, se cor Somers 
.Cash John, carpenter, r Clark, se cor Somers 
Casper Shields, laborer, r ns California, 2d w Birch 
Cassel Samuel, plasterer, r Oregon, ne cor Walnut 
Cassel Sarah Mrs., r Oregon, ne cor Walnut 
Castor A. J. M., r ss Green, 2d w Birch 
Castorf Louis, laborer, r ss Park, 1st w Market 
Chadwick Harry, engineer, r Market, nw cor High 
Champaign City Works, Park, e Eads 
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY HERALD, M.W. Mathews propr, 

Main, ne cor Market 
Charles George, blacksmith, r es Walnut, 3d s Oregon 
Chase J. M., house painter, r ss Springfield av, 3d e S Wright 
Chase S. T., wid Anthony, r ss Springfield av, 2d e S Wright 



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121 



C. N. CLHRK 

DEALER IN 

Jlartle^ Gmnlte JWoiiaments 




Also 'Wood and Marble Mantels, 

Grave Covers, Sea Shells, 

Iron and Stone 

Vases. 



SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



4-9 West JVTain Street, 



tlf^Bflflfl, Ilili. 



C, C. C. & St. L. Ry. depot, Front, bet Central av and West, 

John A. Glover agent 
C, C. C. & St. L. Ry. Locomotive and Car Works, O. H. Jack- 
son master mechanic and superintendent, Main, cor Grove 
Christian Church, ss Main, 2d e North, Rev. R. Harris pastor 
Christian Orrin, switchman, bds University av, cor Orchard 
Citizens' Building Association, R. A. Weber, sec, w s Market, 

opp Court House 
Clark Amos C, student, r N Main, sw cor Colter av 
CLARK CYRUS N., marble and granite works, ns Main, 7th 

w Race, r Dry, ne cor Birch 
Clark Dorothy, wid William G., r n s Springfield av, 1st e Eads 
Clark Edith L., student, r N Main, sw cor Coler av 
Clark Frank H., student, r N Main, sw cor Coler av 
Clark Henry S., r N Main, sw cor Coler av 
Clark Hugh, marble cutter, bds 85 Elm 
Clark Morton, machinist, r ns High, 2d w Broad 
Clark Thomas A., student, r ns Springfield av, 1st e Eads 
Clark William, r ns Springfield av, 1st e Eads 
Clauser Bros. (D. N. and W. H. Clauser), photographers, r5 

W Main 
Clauser David N. (Clauser Bros.) r Caldwell House 



122 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Clauser William H. (Clauser Bros.) r Caldwell House 

Clements Frank, r ss Elm, 3d E Walnut 

Clements James, sawmill, r ss Elm, 8d e Walnut 

Clements William (Bowers, Clements & Beaty), r Oregon, se 

cor Birch 
Clifford Edward, laborer, bds ns W Main, 8d w Race 
Cohen Nathan H., cigar manfr, W Main, ne cor Race, r Elm, 

cor North 
Coleman Alice Mrs., r ns White, 2d e Romine 
Cole Charles W., engineer, r es Grove, 1st s Wabash Ry 
Cole L. F., carpenter, r Vine, nw cor High 
Collins Andrew, laborer, r es Grove, 2d s Green 
Colvin Clyde, butcher, r E. Main, sw cor Urbana av 
Colvin Samuel, manager T. J. Colvin, r E. Main 
Colvin Thomas J., meat market, 4 Main, r California, sw cor Race 
Comstock Eli, tile maker, r Stoughton, 8d w Harvey 
Conkel John, carpenter and builder, r ws Race, 2d s Green 
Connerty Hugh, saloon, r ns Elm, 2d w Vine 
Conncrty James, boiler maker, r ns Elm, 2d w Vine 
Connerty James, laborer, r Urbana av, sw cor E. Elm 
Conncrty James, Jr., laborer, r Urbana av, sw cor E. Elm 
Cooper Daniel C, blacksmith, r Ury, ne cor Broad 
Cooper Edson C, machinist, r Dry, ne cor Broad 
Corbly Jonathan R., r Grove, ne cor High 
Corbly Robert S., com. trav., r Grove, ne cor High 
Corwin James, chief engineer water works, bds ns Park, 1st e 

Eads 
Cosner Mary, chambermaid Caldwell House 
Courtney Albert, wiper, r ss Elm, 2d e Walnut 
Courtney Rebecca Mrs., r Urbana av, ne cor High 
Courtney William R., laborer, r Urbana av, ne cor High 
Cowley James, laborer, r ns Water, 2d e Market 
Crabtree Furman T., painter, r Stoughton, se cor Lincoln av 
Crabtrec Otis, laborer, r Stoughton, se cor Lincoln av 
Cragier Charles, bartender, r ss Clark, 4th w Busey av 
Crane Frank Rev., pastor M. E. Church, r es Race, 2d s Green 
Creek Daniel, r Oregon, se cor North 

Creek John F., carpenter and bid, r ns Oregon, 1st e Orchard 
Creigicr Mary Miss, domestic T. S. Hubbard 
Cressy W., r 85 Elm 

Crumpton John H., conductor, r ws Central av, 6th n Main 
Cunningham Howard, clerk, r ns Green, 2d e North 
Cunningham Ida Miss, r es Market, 2d n High 
Cunningham Joseph O., lawyer, 1 W Main, rThe Cedars 
Cunningham Myrtle Miss, r ns Green, 2d e North 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 123 

Cunningham Newton, clerk, res Market, 2d n High 

Cunningham Thomas, carpenter, bds Market, se cor Green 

Curtis Frank L., conductor, r ws Race, 2d n Green 

Cuyler Charles, r ns Dry, 2d w Market 

Cuyler William, r ns California, 2d \v Market 

Cuyler W. Mrs., r ns Dry, 2d w Market 

Czikoowski John, laborer, r Dublin 

Czrhwonka August, laborer, r ns Water, 4th e Central av 

Czrhwonka Christopher, laborer, r ns Water, -Ith e Central av 

DAHLENBURG HERMAN, saloon, ns E Main, 4th e 
Market, r ss Springfield av, 1st e Coler av 
Darby Henry H., farmer, r Dry, se cor Broad 
Dare George, helper, bds ws Central av, 3d n Main 
Davidson Frank E., machinist, r ss Elm, 2d w Broad 
Davis Frank, brakeman C, C, C. & St. L. R. R., bds Miss M. 

Baird 
Davis N., scavenger, r ns Main, nr city limits 
Davis W., car builder, bds Elm, se cor Broad 
Davison J. K., propr St. Nicholas Hotel, 8, 10 and 12 Main 
Davison Sarah E. Miss, r St. Nicholas Hotel 
Dawson Alice W. Mrs., r ss Elm, 3d w Broad 
Dawson Henry, laborer, r ss Stoughton, 2d s Harvey 
Dean Eliza M. Mrs., r ns White, 2d e Romine 
Definbaugh Charles, machinist, r ns High, 2d e Urbana av 
Definbaug-h Samuel B., engineer, r ss E Main, 2d e S Vine 
Definbaugh Sarah Mrs., r 1st w Race, nr city limits 
Definbaugh S., laborer, r 1st \v Race, nr city limits 
Definbaugh William, cupola tender, r Ater, se cor Broad 
Dempsey Isaac, laborer, r es Linn, 3d s Main 
Dempsey John, boiler maker, r es Linn, 3d s Main 
Denton Charles H., switchman, r Market, sw cor California 
Derolf George, switchman, r Clark, se cor Coler av 
Derrough Asher D. (Derrough & Son), r ws Central av, 2d n 

Main 
Derrough Edward E., tile maker, r ws Central av, 2d n Main 
Derrough Oliver A. (Derrough & Son), r University av, ne cor 

Eads 
Derrough A. D. & Son (A. D. and O. A. Derrough), brick and 

tile manufacturers. University av, ne cor Eads 
Dewey James, student, r Green, sw cor Coler av 
Dewey Louise Miss, r Green, sw cor Coler av 
Dickerson Anderson, porter, r White, nw cor Lincoln av 
Dickson Niles, machinist, r University av, sw cor Lincoln av 
Dickson William, machinist, r University av, nw cor Lincoln av 



124 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Dillon George S., carpenter, r Clark, ne cor Somers 

Dodge Francis, r es Market, 8d s Oregon 

Dodge James, plasterer, r es Market, '6d s Oregon 

Dodge John, r es Market, 3d s Oregon 

Donnelly John, fireman, r ns Park, 1st e Water Works 

Donohew Bros. (O. P. and L. N. Donohew), laundry, ns W 

Main, 8th w Race 
Donohew George, laundry, r Clark, ne cor Romine 
Donohew Lewis N. (Donohew Bros.), r University av, se cor 

Eads 
Donohew Oliver P. (Donohew Bros.), r University av, ne cor 

Lincoln av 
Dougan Elmer, clerk, r N Main, se cor Busey av 
Dougan John H., meat market, es Race, 8d s Main, r N Main, 

se cor Busey av 
Douglas Samuel, farmer, r Market, ne cor Oregon 
Downing Joseph, engineer, r Clark, se cor Romine 
Drury Alice Mrs., clerk, r ns Elm, 2d e Broad 
Duff .Mar)- K. Mrs., r High, nw cor North 
DUNLOP JAMES, lawyer, real estate and insurance. Water, 

bet Market and Race 
Dunlap John, boiler maker, r Water, bet Market and Race 
Dunn James T., laborer, r ss Main, 2d w Linn 
Dunseth James M., student, r High, nw cor Orchard 
Dunseth J. W., r High, nw cor Orchard 

EALEY WILLIAM M. Rev., r Oregon, se cor Maple 
Eaten Arthur L., tailor, r ss First, 1st w Coler av 
Edwards Laura, domestic Mrs. E. H. Turner 
Eggleston George B., canvasser, r ss High, 1st e Race 
Elwood Thomas E., tile maker, r ns Park, 2d e Wright 
England Jacob D., r ss Oregon, 1st w Race 
England Joseph, laborer, r ss Oregon, 1st w Race 
Ermenkrout Aimee Miss, teacher, r ns Green, 2d w Goodwin av 
Ermenkrout Augusta Miss, r ns Green. 2d w Goodwin av 
Ermenkrout Rosa Miss, student, r ns Green, 2d w Goodwin av 
Ermenkrout William }., loans, r ns Green, 2d w Goodwin av 
EUBELING FREDERICK E., boots and shoes, 15 W Main 
Evans W. A., foreman Champaign County Herald, r High, nw 

cor North 
Everest George T. Rev., r ns Green, 2d e market 
Everett Frank, carpenter, bds Main, sw cor Vine 
Everett Mary A. Airs., r 70(5 University av 
Everett M. K. Miss, teacher, r 700 University av 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 125 

FARLEY HENRY W., r Green, se cor Broad 
Felix Charles E., laborer, r ns High, 1st e Grove 
Felix Washington, painter, r ns High, 1st e Grove 
Ferris William W., brakeman, r ns Elm, 1st w Race 
Finfrock John H., foreman, r ss Elm, 2d E Birch 
Finnegan Thomas, car insp O. I. & W., r Elm, nw cor Vine 
First Baptist Church, Race, nw cor Dr)^ Rev. W. W. Smith 

pastor 
First National Bank of Urbana, P. Richards pres, F. M. Wright 

vice-pres, H. W. Mahan cashier, Main, ne cor Market 
First Universalist Church, Green, se cor Birch 
Fiscus John C, carpenter, r ns Clark, 2d e Coler av 
FISHER A. F. (W. W. Walls & Co.), r Chicago 
Fitzgerald Maurice, dairyman, r Green, nw cor Birch 
Flaherty Theresa, domestic Prof. T. J. Burrill 
Flynn Charles M., molder, r High, sw cor Birch 
Flynn G. W. Mrs., r High, sw cor Birch 
Foote Eva Miss, teacher, r Elm, sw cor Orchard 
Foote Frank W., r Elm, sw cor Orchard 
Foote L. M. Mrs., r Elm, sw cor Orchard 
FORBES S. A., professor of zoology and State entomologist, 

r ss Springfield av, se cor Nelson av 
Ford, Thomas & Saffell (W. J. Ford, J. C. Thomas and W. I. 

Saffell), agricultural implements, carriages, etc., N Market, 

sw cor Water 
Ford William J. (Ford, Thomas & Saffell), r ws market, 2d s 

Oregon 
Forley E., r ss Green, 3d w Broad 
Foster Albert, laborer, bds ws Linn, 1st s Main 
Fourth Ward School, Urbana av, bet Green and High, J. W. 

Hayes, supt 
Fowler Robert P., brakeman, r ws Market, 1st n Green 
Frame Simeon, driver, r Green, sw cor Maple 
Frane Emma, dining-room girl, Caldwell House. 
Frankberger E., r ss Oregon, 2d e Birch 
Franklin George W., r Race, nw cor Ater 

Franks Thomas, florist, ns W Main, 9th w Race, r Champaign 
Franz Frederick, helper, r Grove, se cor High 
Frawley Andrew, machinist, bds ss Water, 1st w Market 
Freeman Augustus, engineer C. C. C. & St. L. R. R., r Univer- 
sity av, ne cor Orchard 
Freeman Charles G., oil dealer, r Market, nw cor High 
French O. M., machinist, bds University av, nw cor Eads 
Fr)^er Ebenezer, stone mason, r es Race, 3d s Water 
Fryer Edward, bricklayer, r ss Busey av, 1st e Lincoln av 



126 URBAXA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Fryer Elizabeth Mrs., r es Race, 2d s Water 

Fryer George, bricklayer, r es Race, 2d s Water 

Fryer Lucy Miss, r es Race, 2d s Water 

Fryer Thomas, bricklayer, r es Race, 2d s Water 

Fugate John T., physician, Gills Block, r High, sw cor Broad 

Fulton B. W., r ss First, 2d \v Coler av 

Fulton James, bookkeeper, r Urbana av, se cor High 

Fulton R., r Market, ne cor Green 

Fulton William, laborer, r Main, ne cor Walnut 

GABRIEL FRANK, carpenter, r ss Stoughton, 1st w Lin- 
coln av 
Ganscl Ella, dining-room girl, Caldwell House 
Garman W^illiam .S., r ns Park, 8d e Race 
Garrett Eli, r ws Race, 4th s University av 
Gensel Samuel, laborer, r bet Orchard and West, nr Wabash 

R. R. 
Gere Chester C, watchmaker and jeweler, 29 W Main, r Busey 

av, nw cor Springfield av 
Gere C, r Green, sw cor Race 
Gere Frank M., painter, r ws Walnut, 2d n High 
Gere John, dry goods and carpets, r 3 W Main, r Green, sw 

cor Race 
Gere Myron Mrs., r 85 Elm 
Gere Warren M., r w^s Walnut, 2d n High 
Gibbons Mary Mrs., r Oregon, ne cor W'alnut 
Gibbs James R., farmer, r es Vine, nr Ater 
Gibson James E., engineer, r es Grove, 8d n Green 
Gill H. C. Mrs., r Busey av, nw cor Green 
Gillan Thomas, r ws Race, 2d s California 
Gilmir Alexander, laborer, r Champaign, sw cor Eads 
Gilmir Elmer E., laborer, r Champaign, sw cor Eads 
Gilmir RoUin, laborer, r Champaign, sw cor Eads 
Glasscock Alice Miss, teacher, r Oregon, sw cor Broad 
Glasscock Ida Miss, teacher, r Oregon, sw cor Broad 
Glasscock James H., com trav, r Oregon, sw cor Broad 
Glasscock L. F. Miss, teacher, r Oregon, sw cor Broad 
Gleason Wallace, bds ns High, 2d e Birch 
Glover John A., agent C, C. C. & St. L. Ry., r Central av, nw 

cor Main 
Goff Milton, r ss Green, 1st e Goodwin av 
Golden Eugene S., clerk, r ns University av, 9th e Orchard 
Golder Howard W., engineer, r Grove, se cor Main 
Goodrich Solomon, com trav, r Race, nw cor Elm 
Goodspeed Anna E. Mrs., r ns High, 2d e North 



URBAXA CITY DIRECTORY 127 

Goodspeed Clarence, r Orchard, se cor University av 
Goodspeed Dora Miss, r Orchard, se cor University av 
Goodspeed Doras H., carpenter, r Orchard, se cor University av 
Goodspeed L. H., restaurant and confectionery, 28 Main, r ns 

High, 2d e North 
Goodspeed Walter, machinist, r Orchard, se cor University av 
Gordon Alexander, r Race, nw cor Green 
Gordon Frank, brakeman, bds Mrs. M. Baird 
Goucher John B., r ns Springfield av, 1st e Coler av 
Gould J. W., freight conductor, bds Caldwell House 
Graham Robert, farmer, r California, sw cor Orchard 
G. A. R. Hall, 16 Main 

Grant Isaac, ditcher, r ws Walnut, 1st s Dry 
Grant Jeremiah, carriage trimmer, r ss Ater, 2d w Broad 
Grant J., laborer, r Oregon, nw cor Walnut 
Grant William R., r es Urbana av, 2d s Dry 
Greene Herbert, student, r T. R. Seals 
Griffith Frank, plasterer, r Oregon, sw cor Vine 
Grill A., carpenter, r bds ss Elm, 3d e Walnut 
Grimes Christian, r White, nw cor Eads 
Grimes Edison B., painter, r Dry, se cor Maple 
Grimes Hannah L., r Dry, se cor Maple 
Grosboeck Charles, helper, r ss Main, nr city limits 
Gross Adam, foreman, r ns Clark, 3d w Lincoln av 
Gross John, r ns Clark, 3d w Lincoln av 
Groves George, carpenter, r High, se cor North 
Groves Maude Miss, r Elm, sw cor Orchard 
Gulick Alga P. (Gulick Tailoring Co.), r Rantoul 
Gulick Charles W. (Gulick Tailoring Co.), r N Main, se cor 

Lincoln av 
Gulick Frank M., student, r N Main, se cor Lincoln av 
Gulick Tailoring Co. (A. P. and C. W. Gulick), W Main, ne cor 

Race 
Guyer William H., shoemaker, r Market, se cor Oregon 

HALBERSTADT ELI, miller. Race, sw cor Locust, r Cen- 
tral av, se cor Water 
Hall Benjamin D., sewing machine agent, r ns Springfield av, 

1st w Babcock av 
Hall Samuel S., gardener, r Springfield av, se cor Lincoln av 
Hamme James H., painter, r ns Main, -Ith e Grove 
Hammer Edward G., machinist, r ns Green, 2d e Walnut 
Hanes Ernest, conductor, r Elm, se cor Birch 
Hanes Ida B. Miss, librarian public library, r ss Elm, 2d w Race 
Haney James, laborer, r ws Walnut, 2d s Oregon 



128 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Harding Isaac N., painter, r 56 N Main 

Hardy A. E. Mrs., r ns Green, 2d e North 

Harger John, cigarmaker, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 

Harman John J., messenger, r ws Race, 2d s California 

Harmison James, r Clark, ne cor Lincoln av 

Harmon Houston, brakeman, r ns Park, 4th e Race 

Harp Martha A. Mrs., r Vine, se cor Green 

Harrie Martin, r Market, sw cor Oregon 

Harris Jesse, horseshoer, ss Main, 1st e Broad 

Harris John G., barber, r Race, sw cor Oregon 

Harris Robert Rev., pastor Christian Church, r Vine 

Hart Charles A., entomologist, r ss Green, 4th e Goodwin av 

Hart Jennie E., wid W. H., r ss Green, 4th e Goodwin av 

Hartley Jesse, laborer, r ws Race, 2d s California 

Harvey J. D. (Harvey & Kyle), r Main, nw cor Vine 

Harvey Moses, Carpenter, r ss California, 2d w Birch 

Harvey William T., butcher, r ns Elm, 2d e Broad 

Harvey & Kyle (J. D. Harvey and George A. Kyle), bakers 

and confectioners. Race, nw cor Elm 
Hatch Freeman W. Rev., pastor Church of God, r ns High, 2d 

e Grove 
Hatch John E., laborer, r ns High, 2d e Grove 
Hauersperger Peter, merchant tailor, 22 E Main 
Hawkins Stephen T., r ns Green, 1st w Goodwin av 
Hawley Frank, blacksmith, r Elm, ne cor Busey av 
Hawlcy Oscar J., manager, r Elm, ne cor Busey av 
Hayes James A., janitor, r Oregon, sw cor Birch 
Hayes Philip, laborer, bds ns W Main, 3d w Race 
Haymes Robert H., r Clark, sw cor Busey av 
Haymes Robert H. Mrs., milliner, Clark, sw cor Busey av 
Hays A. F., r ns University av, 1st e Coler av 
Hays J. W., principal high school, r ns University av, 1st e 

Coler av 
Hays W. J., car builder, r Busey av, nw cor Springfield av 
Heckler Charles E., bookkeeper, r California, se cor Maple 
Heckler W. Mrs., r California, se cor Maple 
Heller Eli J. ( Heller & Toy), r ss Dry, 2d e Broad 
Heller James I, farmer, r es Walnut, 2d s Oregon 
Heller John T., engineer, r ns Oregon, 2d e Market 
Heller Joshua, farmer, r es Walnut, 2d s Oregon 
Heller Richard, teamster, r Birch, sw cor W Main 
Heller and Toy (Eli J. Heller and Silas Toy), drayage and coal- 
yard, ss Elm, 4th w Market 
Helt John, shoemaker, es Race. 2d s Main, r Main ne cor Vine 
Hendricks Charles L., horseshoer, r Market, se cor Water 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 129 

Herbstreit F. J., tailor, r ws Walnut, 1st n California 
Herring John, butcher, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Higginbotham, JohnT. (Higginbotham & Reimund), rWMain, 

ne cor North 
Higginbotham & Reimund (JohnT. Higginbotham and George 

A. Reimund), groceries and provisions, 16 Main 
Higgins Thomas, compositor, r Elm, se cor Broad 
Hill Stephen, laborer, r ns First, 4th e Lincoln av 
Hill William H., r Vine ne cor Green 
Hines John, laborer, r Park, ne cor Somers 
Hines John C, laborer, r Park, ne cor Somers 
Hines Joseph, laborer, r Park, ne cor Somers 
Hines William, well borer, bds University av, nw cor Eads 
Hoffman Jane Mrs., r es Linn, 2d s Main 
Hogan Ann, boarding, ns W Main, 3d w Race 
Holland Ira M., farmer, r es Race, 2d n Ater 
Holloway Isaiah, r ss Dry, 2d e Birch 
Holmes Charles B., city clerk, r ss Clark, 2d w Busey av 
Hoover Charles W., restaurant, 9 W Main 
Hoover David, r 9 W Main 
Hoover Edward, teamster, r 9 W Main 
Horn Lewis S., marble cutter, r High, sw cor Walnut 
Hough Jennie, cook J. H. Banford 
Houser Albert, blacksmith, r Race ne cor High 
Houser Charles, laborer, r Race ne cor High 
Houser Elijah, laborer, r Race ne cor High 
Houser E. Mrs., r Race ne cor High 
Howard George D., carpenter, r North ne cor Dry 
Howe Richard, carpenter, r ss Stoughton, 1st w Eads 
Howe William R., carpenter, r ss Stoughton, lst,w Eads 
Hubbard Arthur F., farmer, r ss Stoughton, 1st e Harvey 
Hubbard George W. (Hubbard & Sons), r Birch, nw cor Ore- 
gon 
Hubbard Harry T. (Hubbard & Sons), bds Elm, se cor Broad 
Hubbard Phidelia, wid Thomas E., r ss Stoughton, 1st e Harvey 
Hubbard T. S. (Hubbard & Sons), r Green, ne cor Birch 
Hubbard & Sons (T. S., George W. and Harry T. Hubbard), 

stoves and hardware, 18 Main 
Huffcut Silas, carpenter, r Clark, ne cor Coler av 
Hunt Cory A., clerk, r ns Elm, 3d w Birch 
Hunt Edward, cigarmaker, r Elm, se cor Market 
Hunt Edward E., student, r ns Green, 2d w Orchard 
Hunt Gertie M. Miss, dressmaker, r Broad, se cor California 
Hunt Guy T., farmer, r Broad, se cor Calfornia 
Hunt Isabella Mrs., r ns Elm, 3d w Birch 



130 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hunt James H., farmer, r Broad, se cor California 

Hunt Jonathan, r Broad, se cor California 

Hunt Joseph E., druggist, 20 Main, r ns Green, 2d w Orchard 

Hunt Leroy, laborer, r Green, nvv cor Walnut 

Hurd James C, plasterer, r es Linn, oth s Main 

Hurd James C, Jr., plasterer, r es Linn, 5th s Main 

Huss W. \V., farmer, r University av, n\v cor Busey av 

Hutchinson Frank, laborer, r ns Berlin, 1st e Wright 

Hutchinson Henry, barber, r ns Berlin, Ist e Wright 

Hutchinson William, laborer, r ns Berlin, 1st e Wright 

Hyre Jacob E., carpenter and builder, r ns Clark, 2d e Romine 

ILLINI THE, published by the students at the University of 
Illinois 
L O. O. F. Hall, 88 and 40 Main 

Ingalls Frank A., painter, r ws Race, 4th s University av 
Ingalls William M., painter, r ss Oregon, 2d e Broad 
Innes John, foreman, r Market, nw cor California 
Innes Stella A. Miss, teacher, r Market, nw cor California 
Insley Aaron, r W Main, se cor Harvey 
Insley Albert, r W Main, se cor Harvey 
Insley John, r W Main, se cor Harvey 
Insley Thos. A., machinist, r Green, ne cor Birch 
Ireland David M., r es Walnut, 2d s Green 
Irvin Thomas, barber, r Oregon, nw cor Urbana av 
Irwin Henry, second-hand store, r Urbana av, se cor Dry 
Irwin James H., second-hand goods, ns W Main, 4th w Race, r 

Dry, cor Urbana av 
Irwin Leonard E., r Dry, sw cor Urbana av 

JACKSON ELIZABETH MRS., ss High bet Market and 
Race 
Jackson James A., carpenter, r ss High, bet Race and Jackson 
Jackson Lizzie Miss, r ss University av, 1st w West 
Jackson Mattie Miss, r ss University av, 1st w West 
Jackson Thomas E., clerk, r ss High, bet Race and Jackson 
Jackson Turner M., r ss University av, 1st w West 
JAQUES FRANK G., manager Champaign and Urbana Street 

Railway, r ss Elm, 2d w Race 
Jaques Minnie Miss, r ss Elm, 2d w Race 
Jerauld Fanny Miss, r ss Clark, 8d w Busey av 
Jerauld Theodore, insurance agent, r ss Clark, 8d w Busey av 
Johns E. H., engineer, bds Elm, sw cor Walnut 
Johnson Charles, night switchman, r University av, sw cor 
Busey av 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 131 

Johnson Frank N„ carpenter, r High, se cor Market 
Johnson G. B. Mrs., r es Urbana av, 2d s Dry 
Johnson Henry, laborer, r ns Champaign, 1st e Wright 
Johnson James, farmer, Lincoln av, se cor Main 
Johnson Joseph, carpenter, r High se cor Market 
Johnson J. D. Mrs., r Elm, se cor North 
Johnson Richard B., capenter, r ns California, 2d e Birch 
Johnson Samuel, laborer, r es Romine, bet Berlin and Dublin 
Johnson Wilbur A., machinist, r ns California, 2d e Birch 
Johnson William D., farmer, r ss Main, 1st w Linn 
Jones Amy Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, ws Park, 1st n Uni- 
versity av 
Jones George S., barber, 24 Main, r ns Water, 2d e Race 
Jones Henry, r ws Park, 1st n University av 
Jordan Albert C, engineer, r Green, sw cor Vine 
Jordan Charles R., r Green, sw cor Vine 
Julian E. W., r ns Elm, 2d w Birch 
Julian Mary J. Mrs., teacher, rns Elm, 2d w Birch 
Justus Edward W., r California, se cor North 
Justus Mary Mrs., r ns Green, 2d w Walnut 
Justus Willard C, clerk, r ns Green, 2d w Walnut 
Justus William H., carpenter, r ns Green, 2d w Walnut 
Jutton Joseph, carpenter, r 56 Race 

KAUCHER John T., carpenter, r cor Oregon and Broad 
Kaucher Joseph H., billiard hall, 19 W Main, r High, nw 
cor Broad 
Kaucher Martin W., carpenter, contractor and architect, ss 

Elm, od w Market, r High, nw cor Broad 
Kaucher Thomas, carpenter, r Broad, ne cor Oregon 
Keelor Benjamin F., plasterer, r ss High, 2d e Birch 
Kelleher E. L. Mrs., r ws Market, 2d n Green 
Keller Susan, wid William, r ss Green, 2d e Birch 
Kennedy James, blacksmith, r ws Urbana av, 1st n Oregon 
Kennedy Scott, laborer, r ws Grove, 2d n High 
Kenyon D. A., r Market, se cor Dry 
Kenyon Israel S., brakeman, r Market, se cor Dry 
Kerr A. Mrs., r es Market, nr city limits 
Kerr James, farmer, r es Market, nr cit}^ limits 
Kerr Lester, bricklayer, r es Market, nr city limits 
Kiler Charles D., drug clerk, r 59 E Main 
Kiler Thomas, street car conductor, r 59 E Main 
Kimball E., r ss Oregon, nr Urbana av 
Kimbel C. J., Mrs., r Oregon, sw cor Vine 
King David A., farmer, r ns Main, 1st e Grove 



PROPRIETORS OF 



Dealers in Boots and Shoes, Glass and Queensware, Toys, Notions, and Gents' Furnishing 
Goods. In fact anything to be found in a general store. 



132 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

J. C. KiRKPATRICK. J. C. KiRKPATRICK, Jr. C. A. BaRRICKLOW. 

J. C KIRKPATRICK & CO- 

II=R 

ns, and Gent< 

ral store. 

No. 5 Main Street, - - URBANA, ILL. 

King Frederick M., cutter, bds 85 W Elm 

King L. S., student, bds Caldwell House 

Kinghton Walter, porter Caldwell House 

Kinnear S. D., carpenter, r ss High, 2d e North 

Kenney Mary Mrs., r ss Water, 1st W Vine 

Kinzel Frederick, merchant tailor, 23 W Main, r Matoon 

Kirby John C, tile burner, r ss High, 3d w Market 

Kirby Nelson, tile burner, r ss High, 3d w Market 

Kirkpatrick Fannie L. Miss, r ss High, 3d w Broad 

KIRKPATRICK JOHN C. (J. C. Kirkpatrick & Co.), r ss 

High, 3d w Broad 
KIRKPATRICK JESSE C. (J C. Kirkpatrick & Co.), r ss 

High, 3d w liroad 
Kirkpatrick Jessie C. Miss, r ss high, 3d w Broad 
KIRKPATRICK J. C. & CO. (John C. Kirkpatrick, C. A. 

Barricklow and Jesse C. Kirkpatrick, general merchandise, 

5 W Main 
Kisby E., helper, r Market, sw cor High 
Kline Clara Miss, teacher, r ss Elm, 3d w Broad 
Klingelhoofer Adolph, carpenter, bds Main se cor Linn 
Klockner August, r ss First, 1st e Orchard 
K. P. Hall, ns W Main, 7th w 8 Race 

Knowlton E. M. ( Knowlton & Bennett), bds St Nicholas Hotel 
KNOWLTON & BENNETT (E. M. Knowlton and G. M. 

Bennett), druggists, 30 Main 
Krabbe Fred, saloon, ns E Main, 3d e Market, r Champaign 
Kraiger Albert, blacksmith, r Market, ne cor Ater 
Kramer Joseph, tailor, r ns Green, 2d e Market 
Kyle George A. ( Harvey & Kyle), r W Elm, 1st w Race 
Kyle Mattie Miss, teacher East Side School, Champaign, r 

Goodwin av, se cor W Main 
KYLE SAMUEL R., prin East Side School, Champaign, r 

Goodwin av, se cor VV Main 
Kyle Thomas B., county surveyor, r Goodwin av, se cor W Main 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 138 

LAIRD JAMES, laborer, r s railroad track, 1st e Central av 
Laird Maggie Miss, r ws Orchard, 1st s University av 
Landes Joseph, laborer, r ns Busey av, 1st e Lincoln av 
Lane Edith, domestic Mrs. J. W. Sim. 
Lanham Bernard, r Stoughton, sw cor Coler av 
Lanham George, laborer, r Stoughton, sw cor Coler av 
Lawrence George W., r 19 Linn 

Lawrence Richard, painter, r ns California, 2d e North 
Layton Barney, bartender Caldwell Hotel 
Leal Thomas R., r ns Green, 2d e Goodwin av 
Leary William, fireman, bds ss Water, 1st w Market 
Leavitt Julius A., S. S. Missionary for Illinois, r ss Green, 1st e 

Lincoln av 
Lee George, laborer, r es Race, 2d s Water 
Lee G. C, barber, 25 W Main, r N Main, 1st e Lincoln av 
Lee Louisa M. Mrs., r Green, se cor North 

Lee William T., barber, 26 Main, r ss University av, 2d w Lin- 
coln av 
LeFevre Irvilla Miss, teacher, r ws Market, 3d s Oregon 
LeFevre Isaac L., r ws Market, 3d s Oregon 
Lehman Daniel, conductor, r W Main, nw cor Race. 
Leppin Julius, carpenter, r Grove, ne cor W^right 
Leroy Charles D., painter r ns California, 2d w Birch 
Leroy F. M., teamster, r ns California, 2d w Birch 
Leroy John drayman, r ss High, 2d w Broad 
Leppin William, r Grove, ne cor Wright 
Liddie Margaret Mrs., r Elm, ne cor Walnut 
Lincoln George E., hostler, r ws Walnut, 2d s Green 
Lindley August M. (M. and A. M. Lindley), r Green, sw cor 

Birch 
Lindley Elmer E., freight agent I. B. & W., r ss Dry, 2d w Race 
Lindley Mahlon (M. and A. M. Lindley), r Race, sw cor High 
Lindley M. and A. M. (Mahlon and Austin M. Lindley), phys- 
icians, 20 Main 
Lindley Walter W., postmaster, r ss Green, 2d w North 
Lindsey George W., r Green, ne cor Busey av 
Lindsey James E., teamster, r Walnut, ne cor High 
Lindsey Martha Mrs., r Green, ne cor Busey av 
Lindsey Thomas, machinist, bds Grove, se cor Main 
Lindsey Thomas E., r Green, ne cor Busey av 
Linemann Anthony, harness, ns E Main, 7th e Market 
Little John R., car repairer, r es Orchard, 1st n University av 
Littler Albert, teamster, r es Race, 2d s Oregon 
Littler Isaac, engineer, r ss Main, 2d w Vine 
Littler Mary, wid L., r ws Market, 4th s Oregon 



134 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Littler William C, drayage, r vvs Market, 4th s Oregon 

Lloyd M. Mrs., r Grove, ne cor Green 

Lockhart James, r ns Green, 8d w Birch 

Logue James, laborer, r ss First, 2d w Coler av 

LONG DANIEL C, news depot. Herald Building, r Dry, bet 
Race and Broad 

Long Priscilla A., wid Rev. J. C, r Busey av, se cor Stoughton 

Long Sam, Chinese laundry, basement 22 Main 

Loomis Oliver P., r Race, se cor Green 

Lott Bliss (Lott & Scott), r Elm, sw cor Walnut 

Lott Joseph H., fireman, r Elm, sw cor Walnut 

Lott & Scott (Bliss Lott and Charles Scott), barbers, 1 n Main 

Lowenstern Amanda Miss, r Elm, ne cor Coler av 

Lowenstern Belle Miss, r Elm, ne cor Coler av 

Lowenstern Jennie Miss, saleslady Lowenstern & Son, r Elm, 
ne cor Coler av 

Lowenstern Monroe (Lowenstern & Son), r Elm, ne cor 
Coler av 

Lowenstern Morris (Lowenstern & Son), r Elm, ne cor 
Color av 

LOWENSTERN M. & SON, (Morris and Monroe Lowen- 
stern), dry goods, carpets, clothing, boots, shoes, etc., 38 
and 40 Main 

Ludwick John, teamster, r Market, nw cor Ater 

Luther George, r N Main, 8d n North 

Lynch Sheldon O., carpenter, r es Market, 2d s Oregon 

Lytle George, carpenter, r Oregon se cor North 

MACEY GEORGE, contracting plasterer, r Market ne cor 
Oregon 
Madanwald W. J., engineer C, C, C. & St. L. R. R., r ns Uni- 
versity av, Gth e Orchard 
Maddox Mary Miss, domestic S. A. Romine 
Madison Thomas, laborer, r N Main, sw cor Babcock 
Maguire Morley (Maguire Bros.), r ss Springfield av, 1st w 

Babcock 
Mahan H. W., cashier The First National Bank of Urbana, r 

Green 
Mahan J. Walter, telegraph operator, r Coler av, sw cor Spring- 
field av 
Maher Kate, wid Cornelius, r Hill, ne cor Wright 
Malley Frederick, r Busey av, nw cor W Main 
Mann Harvey L., painter, r 8 Central av 
Manning William, laborer, r Market, nw cor Oregon 
Marten John, entomological assistant, University 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 135 

Martens Christ, r 802 University av 
Martens Frederick, r 802 University av 
Martens Peter, ditching, r 802 University av 
Martin George W., conductor, r es Race, 2d n Oregon 
Martin Leonard F., carpenter and builder, r Race, ne cor Cali- 
fornia 
Masonic Temple Building, 14 and 16 Main 
Massey Francis, laborer, r Champaign, ne cor Somers 
Matheson Eliza Mrs., r ns Elm, 3d e Birch 
Matheson James, postal clerk, r ns Elm, 3d e Birch 
Mathews Clyde, r Elm, svv cor Orchard 

Mathews Hamilton, laborer, r s R. R. track, 1st e Central av 
Mathews Howard M., compositor, r es Market, 2d n Oregon 
Mathews Lyman B., r es Market, 2d n Oregon 
Mathews May Miss, r Elm, sw cor Orchard 
Mathews Michael, r First, se cor Lincoln av 
MATHEWS MILTON W., lawyer and proprietor and editor 
Champaign County Herald, Main, ne cor Market, r W Elm, 
sw cor Orchard 
Mathews Theodosia Mrs., r es Market, 2d n Oregon 
Maxfield Emma Mrs., dressmaker, 21 W. Main, r 29 W Green 
Maxfield Kate Miss, r ns Green, 2d w Broad 
Maxfield Lev/'S, machinist, r Clark, ne cor Lincoln av 
Mayo A. C, commercial traveler, bds Caldwell House 
McBeath M. Miss (McBeath & Barr), r Green, sw corColer av 
McBeath & Barr (Miss M. McBeath and Andrew Barr), gro- 
ceries and provisions, 19 Race 
McCain J. L. Mrs., r ns Green, 2d w Broad 
McCain Lily Miss, r ns Green, 2d w Broad 
McCann Bridget Miss, domestic Mrs. M. Gere 
McClain Addie Miss, r N Main, se cor Coler av 
McClain Allen, r N Main, se cor Coler av 
McClain Annie Miss., teacher, r N Main, se cor Coler av 
McClain John, barber, E Main, ne cor Market, r W Main 
McClain Mary E. Miss, music teacher, N Main, se cor Coler av 
McClintock Alexander, bds Oregon, se cor Birch 
McCLUER GEORGE W., assistant horticulturalist Univers- 
ity, r ns Green, 1st w Nelson av 
McConney Norris J., treasurer Sheldon Brick Co., r Indian 

apolis 
McCuUough James, county clerk, r ss Oregon, 1st e Orchard 
McCuUough Jessie Miss, r ss Oregon, 1st e Orchard 
McCuUough L., r ss Oregon, 1st e Orchard 
McCune Mary domestic, J. C. Sheldon 
McCurnes Herbert, r Clark, se cor Coler av 



136 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

McCurrans Melton, laborer, r es Race, 8d s Water 

McDennett Martin, teamster, r Elm, sw cor Vine 

McDonald John ]\Irs., r Elm, ne cor Birch 

McDonald May Miss, r Elm, ne cor Kirch 

McDonald William, r ss California, 2d e Urbana av 

McElroy James, laborer, r ns White, 2d e Eads 

McGee John H., trav agt., r ss Springfield av, nr Armory 

McGraw Stephen, boilermaker, r ws Market, 1st n Park 

McGuire William, painter, r Urbana av, nvv cor Dry 

McHugh Edith Mrs., r ss Main, 2d E Broad 

McHugh Thomas W., lawyer and justice of the peace, r ss Main, 

2 E Broad 
McKinney John, clerk, r ss Water, 2d e Walnut 
McKinsey Jacob, fruit tree agent, Stoughton, ne cor Harvey 
McKinzie Edward H., clerk, r ws Race, 5th s University av 
McKinzie James, flagman, r ws Race, 8d s University av 
McKinzie Joseph, cigarmaker, r ws Race, Hth s University av 
McKinzie Lyle, cigarmaker, r ws Race, 5th s University av 
McKenzie Mary, wid Elias, r ws Race, 5th s University av 
McLain Judson, clerk, r ns Elm, 2d e Birch 
McLain R. Mrs., r ns Elm, 2d e Birch 
McLean Albert H., machinist, r High, ne cor North 
McLEAN L. A., editor Champaign County Herald, r High, 

ne cor North. 
McLennan Duncan, city marshal, r ns University av, 3d w 

Coler av 
McNevin Henry R., boiler maker, r Green, se cor Urbana av 
McQueen Peter, miller, r ss Stoughton, 2d w Harvey 
McWilliams Elizabeth Mrs., millinery, 27 W Main, r ws Race, 

2d n Green 
McWilliams Fanny, r Race, ne cor Oregon 
McWilliams Lulu, milliner, r ws Race, 2d n Green 
McWilliams Samuel F., engineer, r Race, ne cor Oregon 
Medrow Charles, driver, r Maple, ne cor Oregon 
Medrow John, machinist, r Maple, ne cor Oregon. 
Medrow Rica Miss, domestic Mrs. M. Lindsey 
Mercer Mark H., fireman, r es Grove, 2d n Green 
Merrifield Albert, student, bds ns Elm, opp Orchard 
Messmann Anna Miss, domestic F. M. Wright 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Race, se cor Green 
Meyers Henry, painter, bds 8 Central av 
Meyers Jacob, painter, bds 8 Central av 
Miller Albert, r es Vine, 2d s Green 
Miller A. J., lawyer, 18 Main, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Miller Emma Mrs., r Green, sw cor Broad 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 137 

MILLER HORACE W., physician, Elm, sw cor Birch 
MILLER JOSEPH T., physician, 2 Main, r Elm, sw cor 

Birch 
Miller William R., clerk McBeath & Barr, r 66 High 
Miner Carrie Miss, milliner, r Urbana av, se cor California 
Miner Charles H., engineer, r Vine, ne cor California 
Miner William L., foreman street car barn, r Urbana av, se cor 

California 
Mitchell Bell, night clerk Caldwell House 
Mitchell James M., painter, r Market, ne cor High 
Mitchell Mary Jane, wid Charles, r ns Green, 1st e Goodwin av 
Mitchell William, house painter, r ns Green, 1st e Goodwin av 
Monroe George, teamster, r Clark, nw cor Coler av 
Moore Laura, dining room girl St. Nicholas Hotel 
Moore Peter, laborer, r ns California, 2d e Maple 
Moore Thomas J., laborer, r ns California, 2d e Maple 
Moore William, teamster, r ss California, 2d e Maple 
Morris Josie, cook Caldwell House 
Morris Minnie, second cook Caldwell House 
Morris N. S. Rev., r High, sw cor North 
Morrison Harriett Miss, r ss Green, 2d w Race 
Morrison James E., physician, 6 Main, r ss Green, 2d w Race 
MORROW GEORGE E., professor of agriculture University 

of Illinois 
Morse Stephen, plasterer, r ns Park, 1st e Eads 
Mulcahy John, laborer, bds ns W Main, 3d w Race 
Mullen William, second-hand store, r ns University av, 8th e 

Orchard 
MuUender Christ, laborer, r Vine, ne cor Oregon 
Mullin Patrick, r es Vine, 1st n Main 
MULLIN WILLIAM A., new and second-hand stoves and 

furniture, ns Main, 8th w Race, r E University av 
Munhall Bertha M. Miss, r ns Main, 2d e Grove 
Munhall James, painter, r ns Main, 2d e Grove 
Murphree James A. Rev., pastor Free Methodist church, r 

ns Green, opp Orchard 
Murphy Charles, student, r High, nw cor Market 
Murphy Frank, boiler maker, r Market, nw cor High 
Murphy James, machinist, r Market, nw cor High 
Murphy John, boiler maker, r Market, nw cor High 
Murphy Patrick, watchman, r High, nw cor Market 
Myer August, carpenter, r Vine, se cor California 
MYERS GEORGE W., professor of mathematics University 

of Illinois, r ns W Main, 2d e North 
Myers Julia Mrs., r W Main, sw cor Birch 



138 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

NASH HOPKINS J., r West, ne cor Main 
Nation Herschel, machinist, r ns Clark, 2d s Coler av 

Nease Minnie, wid George, r ws Race, '2d s California 

Neblock S. M., blacksmith, r ns Clark, 2d e Lincoln av 

Neece Clara Miss, domestic Dr. J. T. Miller 

Nelson James, laborer, r ns First, 2d e Lincoln av 

Nelson John R. (Willis & Nelson), also agent American Ex- 
press Co., r 30 Main 

Nelson Lee, rriachinist, r s railroad track, 2d e Central av 

Nelson Swen, tinner, r ss High, 2d w Race 

Nelson William D., laborer, s railroad track, 2d e Central av 

Nestlewood Charles, machinist, bds ss Elm, 8d e Walnut 

Neville Eugene, jeweler, r es Walnut, ath s Oregon 

Neville Presley, fireman, r es Walnut, 5th s Oregon 

Neville W. H. Mrs., r es Walnut, oth s Oregon 

Newby Harry H. (Boyd & Newby), r es Race, 2d s California 

Nichol W'illiam, r Green, ne cor North 

Noble Charles, machinist, bds es Grove, 1st s Wabash Ry. 

Noble P^dward L., r ss California, 2d e North 

Noble l^Vank, clerk, r ss California, 2d e North 

Noble James H., shoemaker, ss P^lm, 2d w Market, r ss Cali- 
fornia, 2d e North 

Norton Emma Mrs., r Race, se cor Green 

O'BRIEN ELLEN Mrs., wid Cornelius, r ns Water, 1st e 
Market 
O'Brien John, fireman, r ns Water, 1st e Market 
Oburn Andrew J., carpenter, r ss Stoughton, 2d e Busey av 
Oburn W. N., laborer, r ss Dry. 2d e Maple 
O'Conners N.. engineer, r Market, sw cor Green 
Oehmke Charles, blacksmith. Market, nw cor Water 
Ogg Sylvester, teamster, r ns Dry, 2d e Busey av 
Oldham James G., meat market, 24 Main, r ss W Main, 1st w 

Broad 
Oldham James G., breeding stable, Race, nw cor Locust 
Oldham Joseph W., clerk, r Elm, nw cor Birch 
Oldham John E., com trav, r Elm, ne cor Broad 
Oldham J. Pldward, butcher, 2 Elm, ne cor Broad 
ONeil Martin, boiler maker, r ws Market, 2d s Green 
O'Neil Thomas, boiler maker, bds Grove, se cor Main 
O'Neil William H., engineer, r ss Dry, 2d w Maple 
Opplemann Edward D., bookkeeper, r California av, sw cor 

Birch 
Opplemann Philip, r California, sw cor Birch 
Orton William, laborer, bds ss Dry, 8d e Maple 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 139 

Osgood Collins, r Market, ne cor Dry 

Owens Miles C, dairy, r First, ne cor Lincoln av 

Owens Orris P., r First, ne cor Lincoln av 

Owens Thomas, painter, r First, ne cor Lincoln av 

Owens William H., farmer, r Green, ne cor Broad 

PACIFIC EXPRESS CO., Isaac B.^mith agent, 8 Main 
Palaske Charles, laborer, r Park, nw cor Market 
Paradis M. R. Rev., pastor Presbyterian Church, r ws Race, 2d 

s Elm 
Park Joseph, prop Urbana Roller Mills, r Race, ne cor Water 
Park Wilde, r Race, ne cor Water 
Park William Mrs., r Elm, se cor Birch 
Parks Milt S., real estate and insurance, office Hubbard Block, 

18 Main, r Race, ne cor Dry. 
Parradee Edward, oil dealer, r Eads, sw cor Church 
Parvis Frank laborer, r es Orchard, 1st s Wabash R. R. 
Parvis George, r es Orchard, 1st s Wabash R. R. 
Patten Frank J., laborer, r ws Linn, 1st s Main 
Patten S. T., night police, r ws Linn, 1st s Main 
Patten William G., laborer, r ws Linn, 1st s Main 
Patterson C. F., tailor, r High, se cor Birch 
Patterson J. J. Rev., bds Dry, 2d e Birch 
Patton John, machinist, bds es Grove, 1st s Wabash 
PEABODY SELIM H., Ph. D., L. L. D., Regent the Uni- 
versity of Illinois, r Champaign 
Pentecost Church, W Main, nw cor North 
Perry Edward R., laborer, r ss Main, nr city limits 
Perry Ellis S., painter, r Dry, se cor North 
Perry George G., r Dry, se cor North 
Pettinger G. C, engineer, r 14 Main 
Phelps Albert C, r ss Green, 3d e Goodwin av 
Phelps Harriet L., wid Albert, r ss Green, 3d e Goodwin av 
Phelps Herbert R., student, r ss Green, 3d e Goodwin av 
Phillips Elizabeth Mrs., r Elm, se cor Walnut 
Phillips John A. J., teamster, r ns Elm, 2d e Walnut 
Phillips Robert, laborer, bds Water, se cor Walnut 
Pillsbury Arthur L., student, r ns Elm, 2d w Broad 
Pillsbury William F., r ns Elm, 2d w Broad 
PILLSBURY WILLIAM L. PROF., Secretary U. S. Ex- 
periment Station and Illinois State University, r ns Elm, 
2d w Broad 
Pitt Sarah Mrs., r Race, sw cor Ater 
Pitt Sidney, carpenter, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Pitt William H., r Race, sw cor Ater 



140 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Pittman Charles D., machinist, r ns High, 2d e Birch 

Pittman Frank, blacksmith, r es Birch, 1st s Ater 

Pitman George W., wagon maker, r ns High, 2d e Birch 

Porter Ambrose M., plasterer, r Green, se cor North 

Porter Charles A., laborer, r ns Water, 2d vv Market 

Porter H. C, salesman Lowenstern & Son, r ns W Main, 3d e 

North 
Porter James Mrs., r Green, se cor North 
Porter Margaret J. Miss, clerk Recorder's office, r Green, se cor 

North 
Powell Matilda K., dressmaker, 4 Main 
Powers William, student, ns Green, 1st w Goodwin av 
Pownell Mary, wid Joshua, r ss railroad track, 1st e Central av 
Prather Van, fireman, bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Presbyterian Church, Green, sw cor Orchard, Rev. M. R. Para- 

dis pastor 
Prestine Frederick, laborer, r 26 W Main 
Prestine Louis, carpenter, r 20 W Main 
Prose Samuel J., pattern maker, r ws Central av, 3dn Main 
Prue Lewis A., harnessmaker, r W Main, sw cor Birch 
PuUiam A., student, r es Market, 2d n Green 
Pulliam John D., carpenter and contractor, office ns Green, 1st 

e Market, r es Market, 2d n Green 
Pulliam Leon, delivery clerk Higginbotham & Reimund, r es 

Market, 2d n Green 



Q 



UINN CHARLES, r ws Market, 1st n Park 



RADEBAUGH BROS. (H. C. Radebaugh), dry goods, 17 
W Main 
Radebaugh Eliza Mrs., r Dry. sw cor Broad 
Radebaugh Grace Miss, clerk, r Dry, sw cor Broad 
Radebaugh Harry C. (Radebaugh Bros.), r Mason City 
Radebaugh Millard F., watchmaker and jeweler, 22 W Main, 

bds St. Nicholas Hotel 
Radebaugh S. B., lawyer, 21 Main, r Dry, swcor Broad 
Radebaugh & Bro. ( M. F. & H. C. Radeburg), jewelers, 22 Main 
Ramsay John, r ss Water, 1st e Market 
Rankin John A., r Main, se cor Linn 
Rankins L. Mrs., n es Race, 3d s Water 
Rea Alfred W., student, r High, se cor Orchard 
Rea John J., lawyer, Giles Block, r N Main, 2d n North 
Rea Robert M., carpenter and builder, r High, se cor Orchard 
Rease Frank, delivery clerk J. G. Oldham 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 141 

Redding Catherine Mrs., r Main, nw cor Vine 

Reddick William, clerk Hubbard & Sons, r Springfield av, sw 

cor Lincoln av 
Reeder Frank, carpenter, r Oregon, nw cor Maple 
Reimund Frederick B., watches and jewelry, Herald Building, 

r ss Green, 3d e Birch 
Reimund George A. (Higginbotham & Reimund), r ss Green, 

3d e Birch 
Reimund J. Solomon, r ss Green, 3d e Birch 
Reimund Levanda Miss, r ss Green, 3d e Birch 
Reimund R. Mrs., r ss Green, 3d e Birch 

RENNER E. H. & BRO. (E. H. and S. W. Renner), agri- 
cultural implements and livery, e of Court House Square 
RENNER ENOS H., liverv, r Elm, se cor Walnut 
RENNER SYLVESTER 'W. (E. H. Renner & Bro.), r 

Champaign 
Retzolk Frederick, laborer, r Grove, nw cor High 
Reynerson J. S., harnessmaker, bds Mr. Hogan's 
Rice Lou Miss, tailoress, r ns High, 2d w Broad 
Richards Patrick, president the First National Bank of 

Urbana, r Green, nw cor Broad 
Richter Albert, fireman, r Maple, ne cor High 
Richter Alvin, engineer, r 5 E Elm 
Richter Elizabeth, wid Peter, r 5 E Elm 
Richter Frank, fireman, r Grove, se cor Green 
Richter George, engineer, r 5 E Elm 

RICKER N. C, professor of architecture University of Illi- 
nois, r Green, ne cor Coler av 
Riggs Johnson V., insurance, r California, ne cor Birch 
Riley Bethira, wid Rev. G. W., r N Main, sw cor North 
Riley Ninian A., dry goods, 14 Main, r N Main, sw cor North 
Ritter Sadie Miss, r Market, se cor Oregon 
Roach Marion, brakeman, r California, sw cor Vine 
Roach Samuel, plasterer, r California, sw cor Vine 
Roach Sophronia Mrs., r California, sw cor Vine 
Roberts O. Mrs., r ns California, 3d w Birch 
Robinson Edward, brakeman, bds Miss M. Laird 
Rodgers Jesse, upholsterer, bds Main, sw cor Vine 
Rodgers Mary A. Miss, teacher, r California, sw cor North 
Rodgers Wilson, r California, sw cor North 
Roke'William, junk dealer, r White, nw cor Eads 
ROLFE CHARLES W. PROF, of Geology, University of 

Illinois, r Green, se cor Broad 
Romine Ella Miss, r Market, ne cor Dry 

Romine Stephen A., dentist, 15 W Main, r Green, se cor Or- 
chard 



142 URBAN A CITY DIRECTORY. 

Roney John K., painter, r ns Dry, 2d e Maple 

Ross John, manager F. Kinzel, r Dry, se cor Walnut 

Ross John, tailor, r Dry, se cor Walnut 

Roten Samuel, engineer, r Walnut, se cor Oregon , 

Roten Samuel, Jr., r Walnut, se cor Oregon 

Roten Stokeley, painter, Oregon, s\v cor Walnut 

Royer Anna E. Miss, teacher, r First, svv cor Busey av 

Royer, Joseph W., student, r First, sw cor Busey av 

Royer J. D., miller, r First, sw cor Busey av 

Royer Othe A., r First, sw cor Busey av 

Rundell William M., engineer, r High, sw cor Vine 

Russell Charles W.. student, r ss Springfield av, 2d e S Wright 

RUSSELL HENRY M., insurance and real estate, 1 W Main 

r Coler av, sw cor Elm 
Russell Hugh, blacksmith, bds, ws Central av, 3d n Main 
Russell Nathan, r ss Green, 2d e Birch 

Rutter Charles C, conductor, r ss University av, 1st e Orchard 
Ryan William, machinist, bds es Grove, 1st s Wabash Ry 

SAFFELL WILLIAM J. (Ford, Thomas & Saffell), r Dry, 
nw cor Birch 
Salisbury B. A., farmer, r ss University av, 2d w Busey av 
Savage John, clerk, r West, ne cor Main 
Scaggs Richard, laborer, bds University av, nw cor Eads 
Schank Daniel, r ns Elm, 3d w Broad 
Schank James B., fireman, r ns Elm, 3d w Broad 
Schiller Bettie Mrs., r ns Elm, 2d w Broad 
Schlegmann James, carpenter, r California, ne cor Maple 
Schlorff Charles, carpenter, r Urbana av, sw cor California 
Schlorff Charles ¥. (Cain & Co.), r ns W'ater, 2d e Central av 
Schlorff Frederick, carpenter and builder, r es Market, 2d n 

California 
Schlorff Frederick, Jr., carpenter, r es Market, 2d n California 
Schneidman James, carpenter, r Maple, nw cor Calfornia 
Schweizer Frederick (Schweizer & W^oody), r University av, 

cor Randolph, Champaign 
Schweizer William F., clerk Schweizer & Woody, r es S Mar- 
ket, 2d s High 
Schweizer & Woody (Frederick Schweizer and Paul W. 

Woody), clothing, 1 W Main 
Scott Charles (Bliss & Scott), r Race, se cor California 
Scott Charles H., engineer, r Race, se cor California 
Scott William, brakeman C, C, C. & St. L., r ws Orchard, 1st 

n N Main 
Schrei Christian, blacksmith, ss Main, l.st e Walnut, r Main, sw 
cor Vine 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 143 

Schuck Harry M., clerk, r W Dry 

Second Ward Public School, Lincoln av, bet Clark and N Main, 

J. W. Hayes, superintendent 
Sedari A., brickmaker, r University av, nw cor Eads 
Sedlatzeck Joseph, carriage trimmer, r ss Clark, 4th w Busey av 
Sedlatzeck Tracy, wid Frank, r ss Clark, 4th w Busey av 
Sell Augusta M. Miss, r Green, se cor Maple 
Sell J. C. F., street commissioner, r Green, se cor Maple 
Sells N., farmer, r University av, nw cor Eads 
Shafer George, laborer, r ss First, 4th w Coler av 
Shafer John, r ss First, 4th w Coler av 
Shannon Eliza Mrs., r es Linn, 4th s Main 
Shannon J. S., student, bds Caldwell House 
Sharp Z. F., engineer, r High, se cor Vine 
Shaw E. A., r N Main, nw cor Busey av 
Shaw Rachel, wid John, r ns Park, 2d e Wright 
SHAWHAN GEORGE R., county superintendent of schools, 

r W Main, sw cor Harvey 
Shawhan Gertrude Miss, r W Main, sw cor Harvey 
Sheets George H., carpenter, r Urbana av, ne cor Oregon 
SHELDON BRICK CO., C. C. Sheldon pres., J. C. Sheldon 

sec, N. J. McConney treas., 1 W Main 
SHELDON CLARENCE C, pres. Sheldon Brick Co., r 

N Main, nw cor Orchard 
Sheldon Jarius C, real estate and sec. Sheldon Brick Co., 1 W 

Main, r N Main, sw cor Busey av 
Shepherd Clarence, r Oregon, se cor Broad 
Shepherd Cyrus, r Oregon, se cor Broad 
Shepherd Frank, engineer, r ws Central av, 7th n Main 
Shepherd Mrs., ss University av, 4th e Orchard 
Shirk S. A. Mrs., r North, nw cor Oregon 
Showaker Ruth Mrs., r Dry, ne cor Orchard 
Shuck Asbury B., undertaker, 7 W Main, r 31 W Green 
Shuck Harry Mc, clerk, r Dry, se cor Orchard 
Shuck Hattie M. Mrs., r Dry, sw cor North 
Shuck John W., hardware and furniture, 7 W Main, r North, sw 

cor Dry 
Shuck Vinton W., hardware, stoves and tinware, W Main, nw 

cor Race, r ws Race, 2d n High 
Shumaker Fred., laborer, r Park, ne cor Race 
Signor George J., clerk, r Green, sw cor North 
Silkey Grant, laborer, r ns Springfield av, 2d, w Eads 
Silkey John, peddler, r ns Oregon, 2d e Walnut 
Silkey William, r ns Springfield av, 1st w Eads 
Silver Frederick E., carpenter, r ss Oregon, 2d e North 



144 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 



Silver Mary R., wid Perry, r ss Oregon, 2d e North 

Sim Anna Miss, r 88 Green 

Sim Annie M. Miss, r 64 Green 

Sim J. W. Mrs., r 64 Green 

Sim Katurah E. Miss, r 64 Green 

SIM LUCINDA H., drugs, 6 Main, r 88 W Green 

Sim William E., manager L. H. Sim, r 88 W Green 

Sim W. M. Mrs., r 88 Green 

Sims Charles B., lawyer and city attorney, 2 Main, r ss High, 

2d w North 
Sims W. B., county physician, office es Race, 1st s Main, r 

Green, ne cor Walnut 
Slack Frank, switchman, r s Market, 2d n P. O. 
Slack Joseph H., machinist, r es Vine, 1st n Main 
Slater Samuel, yardmaster, r ns University av, 5th e Orchard 
Sloan William J., painter, r Race, sw cor University av 
Small Simon, manager telegraph supply dept, r ns University 

av, 3d e Orchard 
Smith Arabell Mrs., r Vine, se cor Water 
Smith P"^dward, harnessmaker, r Urbana av, ne cor California 
Smith Frank F., machinist, r Market, se cor Green 
Smith George, laborer, r ns Park, 1st e Wright 
Smith H. M., wid E. B., r Market, se cor Green 
Smith Isaac B., agent United States and Pacific Express Co., 8 

Main, r ns Dry, 2d w Vine 
Smith James S., tree agent, ss Springfield av, 2d e Goodwin av 
Smith Lafayette, foreman brickyard, r ns Park, 1st e Wright 
Smith Margaret Mrs., r ns Park, 1st E Wright 
Smith Nellie Miss, bookkeeper I. B. Smith, r ns Dry, 2d w Vine 
Smith R. E., student, ns Green. 2d e Goodwin av 
Smith Sydney, laborer, r 8, 2 Main 
Smith Thamer, laborer, r ns Park, 1st e Wright 
Smith U., carpenter, r White, ne cor Romine 
Smith William G., commercial traveler, r High, nw cor Maple 
Smith William P., carpenter, r Market, se cor Green 
Smith William W. Rev., pastor First Baptist Church, r ns Dry, 

1st w Race 
Smith W. H., Mrs., r Elm, sw cor North 
Smith W. K. Mrs., r Birch, nw cor Oregon 
Smither James W., engineer, r Market, ne cor California 
Snodgrass Archibald, student, r Green, sw cor Coler av 
Snodgrass John, student, r Green, sw cor Coler av 
Snodgrass Marion Miss, teacher, r Green, sw cor Coler av 
Snodgrass William, r Green, sw cor Coler av 
Snodgrass William, Jr., student, r Green, sw cor Coler av 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY 145 

Snyder Charles L., pressman, r High, sw cor Orchard 

Snyder F. M., police magistrate and township clerk, office Main, 

se cor Race, r 62 High 
Snyder Henry, laborer, r ss Springfield av, 3d e Goodwin av 
Snyder Mae, domestic J. H. Banford 
Snyder Mary J., stenographer, University 
Snyder Robert, tinner, bds 35 Elm 
Somers Burt, r ns Elm, opp Orchard 

Somers Charles P., clerk, r Race, se cor Elm * 

Somers Ella Miss, r Race, nw cor High 
Somers Martha B. Mrs., r ns Elm, opp Orchard 
Somers Mary G. Mrs., r ns Elm, opp Orchard 
Somers Rosanna Mrs., r Race, nw cor High 

Somers Wesley, r Race, nw cor High ' 

Somers William D., r Race, ne cor Green 
Sparr Sara Miss, domestic. Prof. W. L. Pillsbury 
Speas John, carpenter, r Lincoln av, nw cor Springfield av 
Speas John C, carpenter, r ss Oregon, 1st e Market 
Spence Alexander, r 2 Main 

Spencer Celestia, wid John E., r Goodwin av, sw cor W Main 
Spencer James, student, Goodwin av, sw cor W Main 
Spore James D., veterinary surgeon, r ns University av, 2d e 

Coler av 
Spradling Hartley K., teamster, r ns Springfield av, 3d w Eads 
Stacker John, fireman, C, C, C. & St L. R. R., r University av, 

3d w Busey av 
Stackhouse William, laborer, r es Market, 4th s Oregon 
Starks Charles W., engineer, bds Elm, sw cor Walnut 
Steed Clarence B., clerk, r es Vine, 2d s Dry 
Steed Thomas B., carpenter, r es Vine, 2d s Dry 
Stevens Reese, laborer, r ss First, 4th w Coler av 
Stevens William P., r North, ne cor Oregon 
Stevenson N. A. Mrs., r es Walnut, 2d s California 
Stewart Ida Mrs., teacher, 1st primary school 
Stidham Mary Mrs., r High, ne cor Birch 
St. Nicholas Hotel, J. K. Davison, prop., 8, 10 and 12 Main 
Stokes Alberta Miss, r CaJjfornia, se cor Orchard 
Stokes Ivin T., asse^-p/r r'^- "ifornia, se cor Orchard 
Stokes Jesse, helpc/^^'r California, se cor Orchard 
Stokes Jessie Miss, r California, se cor Orchard 
Stonebreaker Milton, laborer, r ss First, 1st e Orchard 
Stout Samuel L., agent Wabash railway, r ss Dry, 2d w Broad 
Street Edward W., tailor L. L. Bing 
Strout Frederick, machinist, bds Main, sw cor Vine 
Strout John, machinist, bds Main, sw cor Vine 



146 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan B. Mrs., r Busey av, se cor Main 

Sullivan Joseph, shoemaker, r Busey av, se cor Main 

Sullivan Lawrence, engineer, r Busey av, se cor Main 

Sullivan Mary Miss, domestic Prof. N. C. Ricker 

Sullivan Morris, boiler maker, r Maple, sw cor High 

Sullivan Thomas, brakeman, r ss University av, 3d e Orchard 

Swanie John, machinist, bds ss Elm, 3d e Walnut 

Swearingcn Julia Miss, r ns High, 2d w Broad 

Swisher Enoch W., blacksmith, ns E Main, Oth e Market, r 33 

E Elm 
Suppiger Albert E., student, r ss Springfield av, 2d e S Wright 
Sutton John T., painter, r Elm, nw cor Broad 
Sutton R. A. Mrs., r Elm, nw cor Broad 
Sutton William T., groceries and provisions, 34 Elm, r Elm, 2d 

w Race 

TANNER ANN MRS., r Green sw cor Vine 
Tarflinger John, molder, r California, se cor North 
Taylor Amanda Mrs., bds Elm, se cor Broad 
Taylor E., machinist, r ss Dry, 2d e Walnut 
Taylor John, marble cutter, r ns Green, 2d e Birch 
Taylor Joseph, engineer, r Green, sw cor Grove 
Taylor Richard R., r ns Green, 2d e Birch 
Temple Louis, laborer, r es Maple, 2d s High 
Terry George, r N Main, ne cor Coler av 
Thomas Adolph, machinist, bds Grove, se cor Main 
Thomas Edward, r California, ne cor Walnut 
Thomas James, watchman, r California, ne cor Walnut 
Thomas John C. (Eord, Thomas & Saffell), r ss Green, 2d w 

Broad 
Thomas J. Frank, r California, ne cor Walnut 
Thompson Charles, barber, r Stoughton, nw cor Babcock 
Thompson Hattie Miss, clerk postoffice, r ss Green, 2d e 

Orchard 
Thompson J., r Vine, sw cor Water 
Thompson Katie Miss, r ss Green, 2d e Orchard 
Thompson M. B. Mrs., r ss Green, 2^^ e Orchard 
Thornburn John, r ns Springfield''', ,%• 1< e, *7oler av 
Thornton Abraham, carpenter, r ss Elm, 2?^ w Vine 
Thornton James, fireman, r ns Green, 3d e Walnut 
Thorpe James, tinner, r es Grove, 2d s Main 
Throckmorton Harry B., r 06 High 
Throckmorton, James, foreman bridges L C. R. R., r ns Elm, 

2d e Broad 
Throckmorton John W., telegraph operator, r ns Elm, 2d e 

Broad 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 147 

Tibbett Edward, wks Hubbard & Sons 
Tibbitts Joseph B., agent, r W Main, 1st e Busey av 
Tobias Conrad, carpenter and builder, r Elm, se cor Broad 
Tobias Edgar B,, carpenter, r Elm, se cor Broad 
Tobias Frank I., carpenter, r Dry, nw cor Broad 
Tobias George C, r Elm, se cor Broad 
Tobias Louis B., clerk, r Elm, se cor Broad 
Todd William, bds Main, se cor Linn 
Tolen Thomas J., r ns Water, 2d w Market 
Toole Hugh, cigarmaker, r ns Main, 2d w Vine 
Toole Michael, laborer, r ns Main, 2d w Vine 
Toy Addie Miss, r ss Stoughton, 2d w Coler av 
Toy Carrie Miss, r ss Stoughton, 2d w Coler av 
Toy Frank, carpenter, r ss Stoughton, 2d w Coler av 
Toy Josiah, coal, r ss Stoughton, 2d w Coler av 
Toy Susan, wid Isaiah, r ss Stoughton, 2d w Coler av 
Treese Ephraim, laborer, r es Market, 2d n P. O. 
Turner Charles C, asst car inspector, r es Vine, 2d s California 
Turner Eva Miss, milliner, r 52 Main 
Turner E. H. Mrs., millinery, 52 Main 

Tyrrell Thomas, saloon, ns W Main, 2d w Race, r Green, nw 
cor Vine 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS THE, Selim H. Peabody, 
Ph. D., LL.D., Regent, Green, bet S Wright and 
Romine 
Urbana Builder's Loan Association, R. A. Weber sec, ws 

Market, opp Court House 
Urbana Free Library, Miss Ada Haines librarian, Main, se cor 

Race 
Urbana High School, California, bet Birch and Broad, J. W, 

Hays supt 
Urbana Home Loan Association, Milton S. Park sec, 18 Main 
Urbana Masonic Hall, 14 Main 
Urbana Roller Mills, Joseph Park prop., es Race, bet Water 

and Wabash R. R. 
Uberling Mary Mrs., r es Race, 2d s Elm 

VANDERVEER JENNIE MISS, cashier Champaign 
County Herald, r ss Elm, 3d w Broad 
Vanmeter George, teamster, r University av, se cor Somers 
Vanmeter Mark, teamster, r University av, se cor Somers 
Van Tuyl George, chief clerk C, C, C. & St, L.R. R., r ss Main 

1st w Grove 
Van Tuyl Gertrude Miss, r ss Main, 1st w Grove 



148 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Vantuyl Isaac, carpenter, bds Urbana av, nw cor California 

Veatch B., machinist, bds ss Elm, 3d e Walnut 

Veirs D. C, farmer, r Elm, nw cor Coler av 

VEIRS LIDA M. MISS, notary public, 1 W Main, r 87 W 

Elm 
Voise W., clerk, r ss Water, 1st w Vine 
Voorhees Albert, carpenter, r ns Main, 1st e Urbana av 

WABASH R. R. DEPOT, N Market, nr Water, L. Stout, 
agent 

Wade Arthur E., laborer, r Vine, ne cor High 

Wade John, r ss First, 2d e Orchard 

Wade Patrick, section hand, r ss First, 2d e Orchard 

Wagner Louis, furniture, 18 E Main 

Wahl Lewis A., saloon, ns E Main, 2d e Market, r W Main, se 
cor North 

Wallace Alexander, capitalist, bds Caldwell House 

Wallick J. Y., ice, r ns First, nr the lake 

Walter Kellar, engineer, r ns Green, 1st w Market 

Waltermart M. Mrs., r ss High, 2d e Race 

W^alters Harry, brakeman, bds Miss M. Laird 

Walter Joseph, hostler, r es Maple, 1st n Green 

Warnes William, r ns High, 2d w Race 

Watson James, brickmaker, r Maple, nw cor Dry 

Watson Mary E., confectionery and notions, 32 Main, r same 

Watson Samuel, r 32 Main 

Way N. W. Mrs., r ss Elm, 2d e Birch 

Weaver George, baker, bds Mr. Harvey's 

Webb William H,, clerk, r ss Green, 2d w Maple 

Webber Allen, r 82 Green 

Webber Annie Miss, teacher, r ss Elm, 3d w Broad 

Webber B. F., farmer, r Dry, sw cor Maple 

Webber Charles M., abstracts, r Market, sw cor High 

Webber George G., farmer, r ss Main, 1st e Grove 

Webber Grace Miss, r 82 Green 

Webber Mark, r 82 Green 

Webber M. B. Mrs., r ss Elm, 3d w Broad 

Webber Robert A., abstracts, r Market, sw cor High 

Webber T. Burke, clerk, r Market, sw cor High 

Webber William B., lawyer, r 82 Green 

Weber Alexander R., barber, r Green, sw cor Broad 

Weber Charles, clerk R. A. Weber, r Market 

Weber Robert A., abstracts of titles, conveyancer, etc., ws Mar- 
ket, opp court-house, r Market 

Weber Ida Miss, teacher, r Green, sw cor Broad 



URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 149 

Weber Minnie Miss, clerk First National Bank of Urbana, r 

Green, sw cor Broad 
Weber Nellie Miss, r Green, sw cor Broad 
Weber William B., lawyer, ws Market, opp court-house, r W 

Green 
Weeks Charles, farmer, r ns Ater, 1st e Broad 
Weeks Frank, r ns Ater, 1st e Broad 
Welling Frank, r es Linn, 3d s Main 

Wells W. H., turnkey county jail, r ws Orchard, 2d w N Main 
Welsh Hess, machinist, r ns Dry, 2d e Busey av 
Weston James D., conductor C., C., C. & St. L. R. R., r ns Uni- 
versity av, 4th e Orchard 
Wheatfill Charles, machinist, bds ss Water, 1st w Market 
Wheaton Charles G., blacksmith, r ws UrbanS av, 2d s Dry 
Wheeler Minnie B., dining room girl St. Nicholas Hotel 
White Albert, r ns Main, 3d w Vine 
White Carrie Noble Mrs., physician, r Elm, nr Orchard 
White George, farmer, r ns Main, 3d e Grove 
White John, r ns Main, 3d w Vine 

White John P., laborer, r ss Springfield av, 3d e Goodwin av 
White J. Edgar, physician, 21 W Main, r ns W Elm, 1st w 

Orchard 
White J. E. & C. N., physicians, ns W Elm, 1st w Orchard 
White Lorenzo H., boarding, r ns Water, 3d e Central av 
White S. F., lawyer, r Elm, sw cor Broad 
W^ienke Henry, machinist, r Maple, se cor High 
Wilcox Frank, abstracts, 3 W Main, r W Hill, Champaign 
Wilheim Augustus, student, bds ss Green, 2d e Orchard 
Wilkinson Jane, wid Jesse, r ns Main, 6th w Race 
Wilkinson Milton H., r ns Main, 6th w Race 
Willard James, baker, r Oregon, sw cor Broad 
Williams John, carpenter, r ns Green, 2d e Grove 
Williams John, r Race, nw cor High 
Williams John W., farmer, r Race, nw cor High 
Williams W. M., brickmaker, r Water, se cor Walnut 
Williamson Susan, wid William, r ns University av, 7th e Orchard 
Willis Charles E. (Willis & Nelson), 30 Main 
Willis & Nelson (Charles E. Willis and John R. Nelson), jew- 
elers, 30 Main 
Wilson Adda Miss, teacher 2d Primary School 
Wilson Claude, painter, bds 8 Central av 
Wilson Grant, machinist, r High, se cor Walnut 
Wise William, billiard hall, E Main, ne cor Market 
Wisenburger Eliza Mrs, r ss Water, 1st w Market 
Wills Charles, r ns Park, 2d e Race 



150 URBANA CITY DIRECTORY. 

Wood William M., livery, ss Green, bet Race and Market, r 

Walnut, s\v cor Green 
Woodruff Benjamin, cook, r N Main, ne cor Babcock 
Woodworth Howard O., student, r Race, s\v cor Dry 
Woodworth Mary C. M., r Race, sw cor Dry 
Woods John, carpenter, r ns Oregon, 8d e Urbana av 
Woody Paul W. (Schweizer & Woody), r Champaign 
Worley John, teamster, r ws Race, 2d s Ater 
Worley Kate, domestic S. Goodrich 
Wrigler John, laborer, r University av, nw cor Coler av 
Wright Arthur D., r ss High, 2d w Birch 
Wright Charles, molder, r Race, se cor Water 
Wright Francis M., lawyer, 3 and 4 Herald Building, r 44 W 

Green 
Wright Henry (Thomas Wright & Son), r es Central av, 1st n 

Locust 
Wright John T., machinist, r ss Elm, 2d w Birch 
Wright Royal, student, r ss Green, 2d North 
Wright Thomas (Thomas Wright & Son), r 82 High 
Wright Thomas & Son (Thomas and Henry Wright), foundry 

and machinists, Locust, bet Race and Grove. 
Wroten Charles W., carpenter, r Romine, se cor Hill 

YANOS GEORGE, blacksmith, r Urbana av, nw cor Cali- 
fornia 
Yates G. B., well borer, r Church, ne cor Somers 
Young Harry D., gardener, r Ater, se cor Market 
Young Henry, gardener, r Ater, se cor Market 
Young Orrie E., student, bds William Reddick 

VeRBE MARY MRS., r Main, nw cor Vine. 



• URBANA • 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. 

Webber Robert A., ws Market, opp Court House 
Wilcox Frank, 3 W Main 

ADVANCE THRESHERS. 

RENNER E. H. & BRO., 36 E University av, Champaign, 
(see adv. p 72) 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Bowers, Clements & Beaty, ws Market, bet Elm and Green 
Call George W., Market, sw cor Elm 
Ford, Thomas & Saffell, N Market, sw cor Water 
RENNER E. H. & CO., 36 E University av, Champaign, (see 
adv. p 72) 

ARCHITECTS. 

Kaucher Martin W., ss Elm, 3d w Market 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

Beckwith W. H., 2 Main 
Goodspeed L. H., 28 Main 
Watson Mary E., 32 Main 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

BUSEY'S BANK, 23 Main 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF URBANA, Main, ne cor 
Market 



152 URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

BARBERS. 

Bliss & Scott, 1 W Main 

Jones George S., 24 Main 

Lee G. C., 25 W Main 

Lee William T., 26 W Main 

McClain John, E Main, ne cor Market 

BILLIARD HALLS. 

Kaucher Joseph H., 19 W Main 
Wise William, E Main, ne cor Market 

BLACKSMITHS. 

(See also Horse Shoers.) 

Oehmke Charles, Market, nw cor Water 
Schrei Christian, ss Main, 1st e Walnut 
Swisher Enoch W., ns E Main, 6th e Market 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boas William, E Main, se cor S Vine 
Hogan Ann, ns W Main, 8d w Race 
White Lozenzo H., ns Water, 8d e Central av 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Cain &Co., 11 W Main 

EUBELING FREDERICK E., 15 W Main 

Helt John, es Race, 2(1 s Main 

KIRKPATRICK J. C. & CO., 5 W Main (see adv. p 132) 

LOWENSTERN M. & SON, 38 and 40 Main 

BREEDING STABLES. 

CARPENTER JAMES M., ns E Main, 2d e Walnut (see adv. 

P 120) 
Oldham James G., Race, nw cor Locust 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Derrough A. D. & Son, University, ne cor Eads 
Sheldon Brick Co., 1 Main 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

Boyd John, ss Elm, 2d w Market 
Conkel John, ws Race, 2d s Green 
Hyre Jacob E., ns Clark, 2d E Romine 
Kaucher Martin W., ss Elm, 3d w Market 



URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 153 

Martin L. F., Race, ne cor California 
Pulliam John D., ns Green, 1st e Market 
Rea R. M., High, se cor Orchard 
Schlorff Frederick, es Market, 2d n California 
Tobias Conrad, Elm, se cor Broad 

CARPETS AND OIL CLOTH. 

LOWENSTERN M. & SON, 38 and 40 Main 
Riley N. A., 14 Main 

CARRIACES AND BUGGIES. 

RENNER E. H. & CO., 36 E University av, Champaign (see 
adv. p 72) 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Cohen Nathan H., W Main, ne cor Race 

CLOTHING. 

Bing J., 22 Main 

Schweizer & Woody, 1 W Main 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Besore George, ws Market, nr railroad depot 
Call George W., Market, sw cor Elm 
Heller & Toy, ss Elm, 4th w Market 

RENNER E. H. & CO., 36 E University av, Champaign (see 
adv. p 72) 

COLLEGES. 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, S. H. Peabody, Regent, Green, 
bet Wright and Romine (see adv. front col'd pp B and C) 

CONVEYANCER. 

Parks Milt S., 18 Main 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

Beckwith W. H., 2 Main 
Cantner Charles P., 8 Main 

DAIRYMEN. 

Fitzgerald Maurice, Green, nw cor Birch 
Graham Robert, r California, sw cor Orchard 
Owens Miles C, First, ne cor Lincoln av 



154 URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

DE^:iTIST£. 

Blackshaw Edward, Masonic Temple Building 
Romine Stephen A., 15 W Main 

DRAYACE. 

Heller & Toy, ss Elm, 4th w Market 
Spradling H. K., ns Springfield av, 3d w Eads 

DRESSIV^AKERS. 

Bennett Norah Miss, ws Urbana av, 2d n California 
Hunt Gertie M. Miss, Broad, se cor California 
Maxfield Emma Miss, 21 W Main 
Powell M. E. Mrs., 4 Main 

DRUGGISTS. 

Hunt Joseph E., 20 Main 

Knowlton & Bennett, Main, cor Race 

SIM L. H., 6 Main 

DRY GOODS. 

Gere John, 8 W Main 

LOWENSTERN M. & SON, 38 and 40 Main 

Radebaugh Bros., 17 W Main 

Riley N. A., 14 Main 

ENGINES. 

RENNER E. H. & CO., 36 E University av, Champaign (see 
adv. p 72) 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., 30 Main 
Pacific Express Co., I. B. Smith, agent 8 Main 
United States Express Co., I. B. Smith, agent, 8 Main 

FARM MACHINERY. 

RENNER E. H. & CO., 36 E University av, Champaign, (see 
adv. p 72) 

FLORISTS. 

Franks Thomas, ns W Main, 9th w Race 

FOUNDRIES. 

Wright Thomas & Son, Locust, bet Race and Grove 



URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 155 

FURNITURE. 

Busch C. T., 48 Main 

MULLIN WILLIAM A., ns Main, 8th w Race 

Shuck John W., 7 W Main 

Wagner Lewis, 18 E Main 

CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Bing T., 22 Main 

KIRKPATRICK J. C. & CO., 5 W Main, (see adv. p 132) 

GLASS AND QUEENSWARE. 

KIRKPATRICK J. C. & CO., 5 W Main, (see adv. p 132) 
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 

Beckwith W. H., 2 Main 
Cantner Charles P., 8 Main 
McBeath & Barr, 19 Race 
Sutton AVilliam T., 34 Main 

HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE. 

Hubbard & Sons, 18 Main 

Shuck John W., 7 W. Main 

Shuck Vinton W., W Main, nw cor Race 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

Linemann A., ns E Main, r 7th e Market 
Schlorff Charles F., 8 Main 

HATS AND CAPS. 

KIRKPATRICK J. C. & CO., 5 W Main, (see adv. p 132) 
LOWENSTERN M. & SON, 38 and 40 Main 

HORSESHOERS. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 

Harris Jesse, ss Main, 1st e Broad 
Hendricks Charles L., Market, se cor Water 

HOTELS. 

Caldwell House, 42 Main 

St. Nicholas Hotel, 8, 10 and 12 Main 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Berry John E., 3 W Main 

DUNLOP JAMES, Water, bet Market and Race, (see adv. p 156) 



156 URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

JAMES DUNLOP, 

Lawyer, Real Estate and Insurance, 

FARM LOANS NEGOTIATED. 

=Water, between Market and Race, 



URBANA. ILL. 



Parks Milt S., 18 Main 

RUSSELL HENRY M., 1 W Main 

Snyder F. M., Main, se cor Race 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

McHugh Thomas W., 40 Main 

LAUNDRIES. 

Donohew Bros., ws Main, 8th w Race 
Long Sam, basement 22 Main 

LAWYERS. 

CUNNINGHAM JOSEPH O., 1 W Main 

DUNLOP JAMES, Water, bet Market and Race, (see adv. p 

15f)) 
Jaqucs Frank G., ss Elm, 2d w Race 
MATHE^A^S M. W., Main, ne cor Market 
McHugh Thomas W., 46 Main 
Miller Andrew J., 18 Main 
Parks Milt S., 18 Main 
Radebaugh S. Barclay, 21 W Main 
Rea John J., Gills Block 
Sims C. B., 2 Main 

Weber William B., ws Market, opp court-house 
White S. F., Elm, s\v cor Broad 
WRIGHT FRANCIS M., 3 and 4 Herald Building 

LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLES. 

CARPENTER JAMES, ns E Main, 2d e Walnut, (see adv. 

p 120) 
RENNER E. H. & CO., 36 E University av, Champaign, 

(see adv. p 106) 
Wood W. M., ss Green, bet Race and Market 



URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 157 

LUMBER. 

Besore George, ws Market, nr railroad depot 

MANTELS AND CRATES. 

CLARK C. N., 49 W Main, (see adv. p 121) 

MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. 

CLARK C. N., 49 W Main, (see adv. p 121) 

MEAT MARKETS. 

Colvin Thomas J., 4 Main 

Dougan John H., es Race, 3d s Main 

Oldham James G., 24 Main 

MILLERS. 

Halberstadt Eli, Race, sw cor Locust 

LITTLER BROS., e of e boundary of city limits 

Urbana Roller Mills, es Race, bet Water and Wabash railroad 

MILLINERS. 

Haymes Robert H. Mrs., Clark, sw cor Busey av 
Jones Amy Mrs., ws Park, 1st n University av 
McWilliams Elizabeth Mrs., 27 W Main 
Turner E. H. Mrs., 52 Main 

MONUMENTS. 

CLARK C. N., 49 W Main, (see adv. p 121) 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

McClain Mary E. Miss, N Main, se cor Coler av 

NEWS DEPOTS. 

LONG DANIEL C, Herald Building 
Watson Mary E., 32 Main 

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS. 

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY HERALD, M. W. Mathews, 

propr, Main, ne cor Market 
ILLINI THE, published by the students at the University of 

Illinois 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Berry John E., 3 W Main 
CUNNINGHAM JOSEPH O., 1 W Main 
MATHEWS M. W., Main, ne cor Market 



158 • URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Parks Milt S, 18 Main 

Radebaugh S. Barclay, 21 W Main 

Veirs M. Lida Miss, 1 VV Main 

Watson Mary E., S2 Main 

Weber Robert A., ws Market, opp court-house 

Weber William B., ws Market, opp court-house 

PAINTERS (HOUSE AND 3tCN). 

Bort George A., ns Green, 1st e Race 
McGuire William, Urbana av, nw cor Dry 
Mitchell James M., Market, ne cor High 
Munhall James, ns Main, 2d e Grove 

PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 

Hunt Joseph E., 20 Main 

Knowlton & Bennett, Main, cor Race 

Sim L. H., G Main 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Fugate John T., Gill's blk 

Lindley A. M., 2U Main 

Lindlcv M., 20 Main 

MILLER HORACE W., Elm, sw cor Birch 

MILLER JOSEPH T., 2 Main 

Morrison James E., Main 

Sims W. B., es Grace, 1st s Main 

White J. Edgar, 21 W Main 

White Carrie Noble Mrs., office Gazette Building, Champaign 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Clauser Bros., 5 W ^lain 

:plasterers (plain and ornamental). 

Beasley William A., es Walnut, -Ith s Oregon 
Keelor Benjamin P., ss High, 2d e Birch 
Macey George, Market, ne cor Oregon 

PLUMBERS AND GASFSTTERS. 

Hubbard & Sons, 18 Main 

REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. 

DUNLOP JAMES, Water, bet Market and Race, (see adv. p 

15(3) 
Parks Milt S., 18 Main 



URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 159 

RUSSELL HENRY M., 1 W Main 
Sheldon James C, 1 W Main 

RESTAyRASOiTSu 

Banford John H., 13 W Main 
Goodsoesd L. H., 28 Main 
Hoover Charles V/., 9 W Main 

3ALOOP^?. 

Birdzell Edward D., ns E Main, 5th e Market 
Dahlenberg Herman, ns E Main, 4!;h e Market 
Krabbe Fred, ns E Main, 3d e P/Iarket 
Tyrrell Thom.as, ns W Main, 2d w Race 
Wahl Lewis A., ns E Main, 2d e Market 

SECOND-HAND STORES. 

Irwin James H., ns W Main, 4th w Race 
MULLIN WILLIAM A., ns Main, 8th W Race 

STOVES. 

MULLIN WILLIAM A., ns Main, 8 w Race 

TAILORS (W5ERCHANT), 

Bing Lev/is L., 22 Main 

Gulick Tailoring Co., W Main, ne cor Race 

Hauersperger P., 22 E Main 

Kinzel Frederick, 23 W Main 

TOYS. 
KIRKPATRICK J. C. & CO., 5 W Main (see. adv. p 132) 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Busch C. T., 48 Main 

Shuck Ashbury B., 7 W Main 

UNSVERSITIES. 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS THE, Selim H. Peabody, 
Ph. D. LL. D., regent. Green, bet S Wright and Romine 
(see adv. front col'd p. B and C) 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Spore John D., ns University av, 2d e Coler av 
WALL PAPER. 

Knov/lton & Bennett, cor Main and Pv.ace 

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. 

Gere Chester C, 29 W Main 
Radebaugh Millard F., 17 VV Main 



160 URBANA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Radebaugh & Bro., 22 Main 

Reimund Frederick B., Herald Building 

Willis & Nelson, 30 Main 

WATER WORKS. 

Champaign City Water Works, Park, e Eads 

CHICAGO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

ORR & LOCKETT, 184 and 186 Clark, Chicago, (see adv. 
back cover). 

CUTLERY. 

ORR & LOCKETT, 184 and 186 Clark, Chicago, (see adv. 
back cover) 

DESIGNERS. 

HAWTIN W. & CO., Lakeside Building, 214 Clark, Chi- 
cago, (see adv. p L) 

ELECTROTYPERS. 

HAWTIN W. & CO., Lakeside Building, 214 Clark, Chi- 
cago, (see adv. p L) 

ENGRAVERS. 

HAWTIN W. & CO., Lakeside Building, 214 Clark, Chi- 
cago, (see adv. p L) 

HARDWARE. 

ORR & LOCKETT, 184 and 186 Clark, Chicago, (see adv. 
back cover) 

PHOTO ENGRAVERS. 

HAWTIN W. & CO., Lakeside Building, 214 Clark, Chi- 
cago, (see adv. p L) 

WAX ENGRAVERS. 

HAWTIN W. & CO., Lakeside Building, 214 Clark, Chi- 
cago, (see adv. p L) 

ZINC ETCHING. 

HAWTIN W. & CO., Lakeside Building, 214 Clark, Chi- 
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