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THE UNIVERSITY

OF ILLINOIS

LIBRARY



5

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J



From the collection of
Julius Doerner, Chicago st
Purchased, 1918.




977



rable and

ised.

of stor-
ichanical



Ldapted



IIUKOIS HISTORICAL SURVEY



se



ries



or bent

_ __ r double
Cases. Any size or capacity, from
50 to 1,000 volumes. Stores t\vice
the books in same revolving space.
Economizes over half the room in
public libraries.

The only Case consolidating
books three, five or more deep,
and obtaining back books without
removing frotit ones. Only Case
balanced and revolving on Metal
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tractive, and fashionable. Manu-
facturers also of like double-acting

Cases, Cupboards, Wardrobes, etc. Greatest Druggist

WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.



Show

Shelving and Show Case ever made.



Office,
and



Cor. Harrison and Jefferson



Co.

Chicago,



N ove lty in




EVERY ONE interested in
MUSIC is cordially invited
to visit our new establishment.
By a novel scheme of arrange-
ment we present over a score
of little stores or pavilions
upon our first and second floors
each complete in itself. The
beautiful effect of this Expo-
sition-like plan must be seen
to be appreciated.



SOLD ONLY BY US

Knabe Pianos Fischer Pianos

Mallet & Davis Pianos Ha/el ton Pianos
Jewett Pianos Ludwig Pianos

AND MANY OTHER WELL-KNOWN MAKES.

Lyon & Healy Harps Washburn Guitars
Washburn flandolins Washburn Banjos
Lyon & Healy Organs Aeolians

And magnificent collections of RARE OLD VIOUNS, MUSICAL

BOXES. BAND INSTRUMENTS. MUSICAL LITERATURE. Ac., Ac.



CONCERT DAILY AT 3 P. M.




NT) We sell SHEET MUSIC at Half Price, and offer
, D i the Inestimable Advantage of a Complete Stock



BOHNERS LflMF STORE



; 83 AND 85



-WABASH AVENUE



NEXT TO MARSHALL, FIELD'S
NEW STORE



OUR SPECIALTY IS.



FINE ART
GOODS



IN



Xampe



ONYX TABLES
SILK SHADES, ETC



But our stock includes everything de-
sirable in high or low priced goods and
our long experience enables us to have
the very best for the least money, and to
give advice if your lamp don't work
right. If in trouble call on us.



GEORGE BOHNER CO.

83 & 85 Wabash Avenue.




Established 1880.



P. Vteconti




Dealer in



Artistic Repairing and Upijolsterinar

Gilding and Enameling
Cabinet rtaltfng a Specialty .... Orders Promptly Attended To

3930 COTTAGE CiRovn Avn.
and 3U, 35tl) Street

Telephone South -246.




CANOPIES, CARPET COVERINGS. CHAIRS, TABLES, STEP CARPETS, CARRIAGE MEN,
AND CALCIUM LIGHTS FURNISHED FOR WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, ETC.

GEORGE M. COOK, 3742 COTTAGE GROVE AVE. Telephone Oakland-977.

vi




Fine Table China
Ornamental Porcelains
Cut Glassware



China Novelties
, Lamps

Etc., Etc.



A STOCK COMPRISING THE CHOICEST PRODUCTS
OF EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FACTORIES



5" P>ROOFj3



Columbus riemorial Building

State and Washington Sts.



CHICAGO,



ILLINOIS



Chicago Floral Co.




The M9$t Extensive Palm
House in the State.

GROWERS OF..
NEW AND RARE



PLANTS,



Cut Flowers and Bedding
Plants a Specialty.

GREENHOUSES:

38th St. & Grand Blvd.

WESTON & NEWITT,
Props.

Wedding and Funeral Decorations Elegant in Design.

You and Friends are Invited to Visit our Green Houses.

Give us a Trial on Decorations.

viii



Hamburg- American Line.

Magnificent Twin Screw Express Steamers

AUGUSTA-VICTORIA, COLUMBIA, FURST BISMARCK and NORMANNIA.



an.d hold the record

irgest vessels of the | j 4^t for fastest time

German Merchant ^*^*^jjjj* between. New York and

Marine, "' ; "' ^ e European

Continent.



13-16000 Horsel Power.

Weekly Service between. NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON (LONDON
aqd PARIS) and HAMBURG.

Winter Excursions to the Mediterranean and the Orient.




Hamburg-American Line,

NEW YORK. CHICAGO.



:JTI



o o o o o



Begs to announce that in removing

from No. 102 Twenty-Second St. to



He has acquired facilities in his

Catering Department which cannot
be excelled

HME&T LSHEM,
>T



f-f"



:TEI.EPHONE SOUTH-459.



THE PAIRPOINTMFQ. Co

224 WABASH AVENUE

G. J. COREY, MANAGER.

SILVER PLATED WARE

CUT GLASS

FRENCH CHINA

CROWN PAIRPOINT




The Largest Assortment of Choice Articles suitable for Wed-
ding Presents to be found in Chicago.



Remember we manufacture every article shown in our store.
VISITORS INVITED.



FACTORIES, NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS,



BUHLGY &




145 & 147 STATE STREET



X

DINNER
SETS....



Toilet Wares
Cut Glass
Brie a Brae
Fine Lamps
Cutlery, etc.




Visitors cordially
invited to our

6 4RT
ROOMS

on Second Floor



xi



'Chaste, befitting apparel marks one accustomed

To good society and possessed of innate refinement.




EDWARD ELY, FOUNDER OF THE EDWARD ELY CO. IN 1853.

The....
Edward Ely Co.



(ESTABLISHED isss.)

Full Dress Suits feT&Y]

and

Custom Made
Shirts a Specialty.



Tailors



Ely Building

163 and 165 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO.

S. W. COR. MONROE ST.



THE



CHICAGO BLUE BOOK



SELECTED NAMES



CHICAGO AND SUBURBAN TOWNS



CONTAIN ING THE



Names ar\d Addresses of Promirierrt Residents, arranged Alphabetically

and Numerically by Streets; also Ladies' Shopping Guide,

Street Directory, ar\d other Valuable lqforrr\ation.



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 1895.



THE CHICAGO DIRECTORY COMPANY.

PUBLISHERS,

ROOMS 2, 3 and 4 LAKESIDE BUILDING.

COPYRIGHT, 1894, BY THE CHICAGO DIRECTORY COMPANY.



To Get the Best




ICE




PATRONIZE THE



Washington ice company



PRINCIPAL OFFICE:



Telephone Main-2099.



75 Dearborn Street,




245-247 State Street...



(Near Jackson)



GOIT6$DOnd6nG6

Stationery.

Wedding, Invitation, Memorial
...Stationery...

VISITING, REGRET,

CONDOLENCE CARDS.



FINE PRINTING

AND

COPPER PLATE WORK.



Thayer & Jackson
Stationery Co.

Telephone MAIN 101.



xiv



PREFACE.



f iQE herewith present the Sixth issue of the CHICAGO BLUE BOOK.
W We wish to thank our lady patrons for the appreciation they
have shown our efforts, and trust that this volume will retain the high
place in their favor, which we have won, and will endeavor to hold.

Neither time nor money have been spared to make the work as com-
plete and valuable as possible; notwithstanding this, the difficulty attend-
ing the compiling of such a book can be easily appreciated. We there-
fore trust that any omissions will be brought to our notice, that they
may be corrected in future. We keep the entire work standing in type,
that such corrections can be made promptly ; and in this way we hope to
make the Chicago Blue Book as nearly perfect as it is possible to make
such a volume.

The title, " BLUE BOOK," is simply a name given the work on account
of its blue cover. It does not refer to blue blood, as many people sup-
pose. Webster's definition of Blue Book is as follows: "BLUE BOOK A
parliamentary publication, so called from its blue paper cover, such being
commonly used ; also, a book containing a list of fashionable addresses."

We do not claim the BLUE BOOK to be either a City Directory or ab-
solutely an Elite Directory ; neither do we pretend to pass upon the social
or financial standing of the parties whose names are contained therein.
It is simply a compilation of thirty thousand names of the most promi-
nent householders of Chicago, and suburbs within a radius of thirty miles,
published in the most convenient form for reference by our lady patrons.

While retaining all the old features, such as Calling Days in the Street
List, and Summer Residences in Alphabetical List, we have added very
materially to our Miscellaneous Information, Club Lists, Churches, etc.

We shall always be pleased to receive any suggestions from our lady
patrons whereby we can enhance the value of this work to them, or any



Q-i



xvi PREFACE.

information regarding Social or Literary Clubs and Associations, which
we have not already incorporated in our volume. The data of this work
has not been compiled from circulars or information out of other Direc-
tories, but experienced men, particularly adapted for such work, have been
assigned to each locality, and the greatest care has been used in selecting
these names. In order to issue the book before the Holidays, it is neces-
sary for us to commence our canvass early in September. We would
therefore deem it a great favor if those absent from their homes after
October 1st would send us the information which they wish inserted, as it
is not safe to take it from servants, or anyone except the parties interested.

THE PUBLISHERS.




A STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS . .
OPENED SEPTEMBER, ,890 EUROPEAN HOTEL



Cuisine Unsurpassed. Location Unequalled.

Situated at the Head of the Boulevard System.

Within 4 to 6 Blocks of the Post-Office, Board of Trade, 270 Feet of South and
Theatres, Wholesale and Retail Centres, West Frontage.

Electric Light and Steam Heat Throughout the House

Rates $2.00 and Upwards Per Day for Single Rooms.
Rates $3.00 and Upwards Per Day for Suites with Bath.

WABASH AVE. QAGE HOTEL COMPANY, PROPRIETORS

JACKSON ST.

Telephone Main-5350. ALBERT S. GAGE, PRESIDENT.



xvi



New Method in



China Repairing,

Repairing in the Following Articles Artistically and Neatly Done.



CHINA WARE, BRONZE WARE, LACQUER WARE, GLASS WARE,

FRAME, IVORY, FANS, STATUARY, MARBLE, BISQUE,

WOOD WORK, BRIC-A-BRAC, ETC.



All Articles having- been broken and pieces missing can be repaired to MA TCH
in the neatest manner, leaving no traces of mending.



A variety of

High Grade Japanese Porcelain
constantly on hand.



run.



Visitors are Cordially

Welcomed to Inspect
my GOODS.



H. M. OTAKI, Japanese Artist,

1517 Michigan Avenue, CHICAGO.

....T. B. LIVINGSTONE....

Mnfr. of High Grade
and Artistic

rictiire Frames

Finished in Pure Gold
Leaf. Also in White
Enamel and Gold and
in Old Ivory,

We make Special Designs in Carved
Florentine and the French Ribbon
Frames, circles and Ovals and
Bow Knot Frames in every variety.
Glass Frames for wall or mantel.
Now it is a fact that old frames
after re-gilding are better than
new ones, for the reason that the
wood is thoroughly seasoned with
time, and is more durable. By
sending a postal-card, I will send
a competent man to give figures
on all kinds of re-gilding frames
or furniture. A visit to the fac-
tory will give us pleasure and an
opportunity of showing our sam-
ples. Very truly yours,

T. B. LIVINGSTONE,
44 and 46 W. Quincy Street.

xvii




White Star Line.

United States and Royal Mail Steamers.
New York and Liverpool.




For inspection of plans, lists of sailings and rates of passage,
apply to the Company's offices.

H. MAITLAND KERSEY, GEN-L AG-T, 29 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
N. ANDERSON, GEN-L WEST N AG-T.

54 SO. CLARK STREET, CHICAGO.

UNDER SHERMAN HOUSE.



Ifnstitute for



Swedish Movements,

Electrical Treatments

and Medicinal Baths.

(ESTABLISHED 1881).

DR. E. KJELLBERQ, MRS. FOLKE-KJELLBERG,

Physician and Director. In charge of the Ladies' Dept.

47 to 51 Central Music Hall.



Preventive and Remedial Processes for Paralysis, Sciatica,
Rheumatism, Gout, Muscular Atrophy, Writers' Cramp, Deform-
ities, Local Congestion, Poor Circulation, Cold Feet, Headache,
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Kidney Complaint, Diabetes, etc.

xviii



GENERAL INDEX.



Acacia Club
Academies and Seminaries,


38i
11


Edgewater Casino, ....
Edison Park, ,


416
741


Allen The


T71


Educational,


57


Alphabetical List,


47s


Elmhurst,


74T


Amateur Musical Club,


18?


Erie The


294


Argonauts The, ....


181


Erie Flats, (37th st.) .


202


Arizona The


124


Evaline Flats


T67


Ashland The, . . ...


IT?


Evanston,


742


Ashland Club, . . .


181


Evanston Club


416


Asylums, ....
Auditorium Hotel
Auditorium Annex,




Fellowship Club,
Forest Hotel (Rogers Park) .
Fort Sheridan, ....


417
266

760


AudubonThe
Austin


286


Fortnightly of Chicago,
Forty Club


4 l8
419


Avon Flats,


201


French Literary Club, .


4?,o


Bankers' Club, . .




Friday Club, ....


420


Belden Flats, ....
Berkshire The


58


Gault House,
Germania Maennerchor,


329
421


Berwyn


719


Glencoe,


76n




740


Glencoe Flats


TS7


Bryn Mawr,


749


Granada Hotel


161


Bryn Mawr Club,


3jg


Grand Crossing, ....




Calumet Club, ....




Grand Pacific Hotel, .


164


Cambria The


290


Grayland,


76?


Cambridge The, ....


204


Great Northern Hotel .


164


Carleton Club, ....


388


Hamilton Club, ....


424


Cemeteries, . ...


1S


Hampden The, ....


204


Charlevoix Flats,


290


Harvard Club




Cheltenham, , N


74 T


HeliadesClub


42^


Chicago Athletic Association, .


180


Highland Park


76i


Chicago Beach Hotel, .
Chicago Club


362
107


Highland Park Club .
Hinsdale,


426

761


Chicago Literary Club,
Chicago Women's Club,
Churches,


400
401
17


HinsdaleClub
Home Club
Hospitals, . . .


426
427


Clarendon Hotel,


241


Hotel Barry, ....


16^


Cleveland Flats, ....




Hotel Groveland, ....


366


Clifton House, ....


l6l


Hotel Imperial ....


166


Clinton The


j-g


Hotel de Lincoln, ....


102


Club List


381




250


Clubs, Societies and Associations,




Hotel List


l6r


Columbus Club, ....
Commercial Club, ....


JS


Hotel Metropole, .
Hotel Normandie, ....




Concordia Club, ....


408


Hotel Richelieu, ....


168


Consuls,


16


Hotel Windermere,


169


Contributors' Club,


400


Hotel Worth


35


Corporation of the City,
Country Club of Evanston,


23

410


Hyde Park Hotel,


160

170


Daughters of the American Revo-




Hyde Park Club


427


lution,


4.1^


Ideal Club


429


DeSoto Flats


217


Illinois Club


429


Douglas Club. .


414


Illinois Woman's Press Ass'n, .


4 IT


Douglas Park Club, . .




Indiana Club,


432






XIX






It Runs Your
Heat.



JUST HOT ENOUGH.

JUST COLD ENOUGH.

JUST COAL ENOUGH.

JUST RIGHT.

Drop us a Postal for Free Information.



....GAY & CULLOTON...

Telephone Main 4461. 52 N. CLARK ST., CHICAGO.

AGENTS FOR ELECTRIC HEAT REGULATOR CO.

COMPAGNIE GENERAL!; TRANSATLANTIQUE

FRENCH LINE

Fast Express Service New York to Havre-Paris
Every Saturday.




GRAND HED1TERRANEAN AND ORIENTAL EXCURSION

With fast Express Steamer "La Touraine." February 6th. Itinerary: New York
to The Azores, Portugal, Spain, Prance, Italy, Sicily, Egypt, Palestine,
Turkey, Greece, Malta, Tunis and Algeria, tor full particulars apply to

MAURICE W. KOZMINSKI,

General Western Agent, 166 Randolph St.



GENERAL INDEX.



Ingleside Flats, . . .
Ingram Hotel, ...
Iroquois Club, .
Irving Club, . .

Irving Park

Ivanhoe Flats,

Jaeschke Flats, ....
Jefferson Park, ...
Tulien Hotel, ....
Kenilworth, ....
Kenilworth Flats,

Kenosha Flats

Kenwood Club,

Kindergartens ....
Kinzie Flats,
Klio Club, . . .
Knickerbocker The

LaGrange,

LaGrange Club,

Lake Forest, ....

Lakeside, ....

Lakeside Flats

Lakota Club . . . .
Lakota Hotel ....
Leamington The, .

Leland Hotel

Lexington Hotel,

Libraries and Reading Rooms,

Lincoln Club

Lincoln Cycling Club, .

Lombard,

Longwood, . . . .
Lorraine The, ....
Majestic The, ....
Marquette Club, ....
Marquette Flats,

Mayfair,

Maywood

MelroseThe

Menoken Club,

Mentone The, ....

Military, . . . .

Miscellaneous

Morgan Park, ....
Morton Flats,
Morton Park,
Morton Park Club, .

Museums

New Hotel Holland .
Newberry The,

Newport Flats

Normandy Flats, .

North Division

North Shore Club, .

Norwood Flats

Norwood Park,
Oak Park,

Oak Park Club

Oakland Club, .
Oaks Club The,

Olio Club

OneidaThe

Ontario The, ....

Ormonde The

Palmer House,
Park Club,



337 Park Manor, ....

190 Park Ridge

433 Parks

434 Parkside, . . .

766 Pelham Flats, ....
202 Phoenix Club, ...

283 Pickwick The, ....

767 Plaza The

370 Post Office

768 Potomac The,

202 Press Club

194 Psvcheon Club, . .

435 Public Halls, Blocks and Buildings,
57 Pullman,

287 Pullman Bldg

437 Rainier The,

103 Ravinia

768 RenfostThe,

437 Revere House, ....

771 Ridgeland

772 River Forest, ....
131 Riverside,

438 Sheridan Club

371 Sherman House, ....
202 Sherwood The ....

372 Shopper's Guide, ....

372 Societies, Clubs and Associations.

59 South Division. ....

439 Southern Hotel, ....

440 St. Agnes Flats. ,

772 Stamford Hotel

773 Standard Club, ....
202 Stratford Flats, ....
398 Strickland Hotel

441 Street Index, ....
290 Suburban List, ....

773 Theatre Plates

774 The Wellington, ....
100 Theatres,

442 Tracy

250 Tremont House, ....

60 Tudor The

Twentieth Century Club, .

774 Union Club,

158 Union League Club, .

775 University Club

444 Van Dyke The,

63 Vendome Club Hotel, .

373 Vermont Flats,

250 Victoria Hotel

287 Vincennes The, . . . .

133 Virginia Hotel, . . . , .

229 Walton The

444 Washington Heights,
136 Wellington The,

776 West Chicago Club,

776 West Division

445 West End Women's Club .

446 Westminster Hotel,

447 Wilmette

447 Windsor Park

129 Winnetka,

374 Woodlawn Matinee Musicale. .

230 Woodlawn Park Club, .
374 Woodstock The,

448 Yale The




G. W. RANDOLPH.



Metropole Club
Livery and
Boarding
Stables



Vehicles and Tally-ho Coaches Furnished at
Reasonable Rates.



73-75 TWENTY-SIXTH STREET

Telephone South- 7 22 ..CHICAGO



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



Adams W. S. & C. E. livery . . 842
Allen A. B. dentist . . . .805
Allore Franc Hawes Mrs. artist . 800
Allouez Magnesia Spring Water . 472
Almini Company, decorators . . 805
American Band and Orchestra . 819
American Conservatory of Music .817
American Dancing Academy . . 804
Anderson A. H. & Co. carpenters . Soi
Andrews A. H. & Qo. folding beds,

etc xxiv

Art Floral Co 848

Arts The, magazine .... 2
Association Auditorium . . . 829
Auw Nicholas, carpet cleaner . . 4
Baker W., Quantick & Co. uphol-
sterers 826

Barbee Wire & Iron Works . . 474
Barry & Kipp, decorators . . 227
Bedell George Mrs. carpet cleaner 2
Beher Raymond, furnaces . . 826
Bentley M. L. Mrs. wood carving

school 800

Blanchard L. manicure . . . 814
Blanck John, florist . . . .810
Bohner Geo. Co. lamps . . v

Bonnar W. Dr. physician . . 821
Borsch Henry, optician . . . 819
Boston Photographic Finishing Co. 820

Bowman Dairy Co 834

Brocton Wines 360

Brown Benj. Dr 859

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. . 801
Bryant & Stratton Business Col-
lege 30

Burgess G. R. fine art . . . 799
Burghoffer J.J.G. antique goods 799, 807
Burley & Co. china, etc. . . . xi
Burnham E. hair goods . . .812
Caplain K. A. umbrellas . . 471
Carpenter Geo. B. & Co. awnings . 10
Cauoert Eugene & Co. wines . . 12
Ceramic Mosaic Tile and Marble

Co 81

Chambers}. B. & Co. diamonds,

etc 735

Charles Creamery Co. . . 801, 228
Chase Bros. Piano Co. . . .6
Chicago Academy of Dramatic Art. 470
Chicago Calcium Light Co. . . 801
Chicago Conservatory of Music . 817
Chicago Cottage Organ Co. . . 734

Chicago Florai Co viii

Chicago Froebel Assn. . .32

Chicago Kindergarten College . 32
Chicago Ladies' Orchestra . . 227
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. 30;
Chicago National College of Music 818
Chicago National Bank . ,54

Chicago Parlor Entertainment Bu-
reau. . 818



Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. 78
Childs S. D. & Co. stationers . . 361
Chippewa Spring Co. . . 832
Church John Co. pianos . . . 822
Clark Chas. W. vocal teacher . 826
Clark George M. & Co. gas stoves 40
Clason Ida L. music teacher . .816
Claussenius H. C. & Co. steamship

agts 304

Cleaver A. W. & Co. laundry . . 857
Columbian College of Music . . 816
Columbus Buggy Co. . . .19
Companie Generale Transatlan-

tique xx

Cook Geo. M. canopies, chairs, ta-
bles, etc. to rent . . . 800, vi
Cook W. L. modiste . . .815
Crandall Frank A. decorator . . 854
Cross R. W. & Co. pianos . . 40
Grossman & Lee. decorators . . 26
Dee Thomas J. old gold and silver 819
Delsarte Mfg. Co. corsets . . 804
DeProsse Angelo, music teacher . 817
Diffley M. W. cigars . . . 840
Dilley Wm. brushes, etc. . . 801
Douglass & Shuey Compy. photo-
graphic supplies . . .820
Dunkley C. W. Mrs. . . .799
Dunlap R. & Co. hatters . . 62
Dunn L. M. Mrs. vocal teacher . 473
Eagle Ed. & Co. florists . . .731
Ebert George F. livery . . .838
Eckart Bros. & Co. decorators xxiv
Electro-Therapy Co. . . .808
Elite Parlor Orchestra . . .819
Ely Edward Co. tailors 815, 824, 825, xii

Ens & Greiner 799

Eskridge Amaroy Miss, chiropo-
dist 802

Essig F. J. precious stones . . 822
Estey & Camp, pianos ... 26
Faloon M. physician . . . 820
Fenton J. H. Co. horse furnishings 20
Fish R. H. caterer . . . .14
Fitzsimmons & Co. plumbers . 823
Folke-Kjellberg, baths . . 801, 814
Forsyth C. P. & J. P. sanitarium . iii
Fowler T. E. plaiting, pinking, etc. 3
Foy L. Mrs. dressmaker . . . 807
Frank & Kratzmueller . . .848
Franz C. watch repairing . . 827
Freund Wm. & Sons, engravers 810, 827
Friedman Oscar J. florist . . 810
Gage Hotel Company . . . xvi
Gallagher Floral Co. . . .360
Gardner E. A. grocer . . .811
Garfield Laundry .... 361
Gay & Culloton, temperature reg-
ulators xx

Geissler R. decorator . . . 470
Geneva Optical Co 819



xxiii



Manufrs of Fine Library, Dining Room and Hall

Furniture. Interiors. &c.,




Marshall Field's New Store, Hyman & Berg's Jewelry
Store, " Plows " Confectionery, cor. State &, Wash. Sts.

See our Metal Chairs in Copper, Bronze, or Nicke'.

Folding Beds,
Brass&WireWork




Desks



i.H. Andrews* Co. 2t 5 Wabash




NEWCOMB-MACKLIN CO



picture Jfranw



Fine Gold Frames
Made to Order.



REGILDING AND RESTORING
OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY.



THE FINEST WORK AT
REASONABLE PRICES.



Factory, 307 and 309 Wabash Avenue.



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



Gleason Frederic Grant, music

teacher 817

Globe Savings Bank . . .36
Gloede W. H. & Son, florists . . 844
Goldbeck College of Music . . 818
Good J. L. complexion balip . . 68
Gottschalk L. G. musical college . 818
Gramm Carl T. dentist. . . .805
Great American Steam Carpet &

Lace Cleaning Works . . 4
Griswold Corsets . . . .804
Hamburg American Line Steam-
ships ix

Hattstaedt J. J. musical college . 817
Hawkins D. W. & Daughter, dress-
makers 807

Hazen W. L. orchestra . . . 379
Hedlund John, massage . . .814
Heuermann Magda M. Miss, artist 800
Hirsh Anna Miss, dressmaker . 807
Hoever John P. dyer . . . 808
Hopkins & Chapin, confectioners . 803
Hotel Bismarck, restaurant. . . 824
Hoyer Edw.T. jeweler . . .813
International Navigation Co. . . 875
Ireland Louis E. dentist . . . 805

iames D. C. Mrs. dressmkr. . . 807
evne C. & Co. grocers . . .66
ohnson E. H. caterer . . .307
ohnston J. M. & A. C. opti-
cians 818, 819

Tones Business College . . . 306
Kellogg Edw. R. physician . . 821
Kelso H. A. jr. musical college . 818
Kemper Alfred C. photog. supplies 380
Kenyon A. B. milliner . . .815
Keppel Frederick & Co. engrav-
ings, etc 18

Kidwell J. F. florists . . .834
Kimball W. W. Co. pianos back cover
King Molesworth, fireplaces . . 35
Knickerbocker Ice Co. .
Kjellberg A. E. Dr. massage . xv
Koenker & Schneider, bakers . . 8oc

Kombi Camera 380

Kosminski M. W. steamship ag'cy xx
La Bret Prof, hair goods . . 812
La Ferte, milliners, etc. . . . 732
Lagerquist Emma, massage . . 12
Lartz Wall Paper Co. ... 852
Lazear W.W. dentist . . . 80$
Livingstone F. B. picture frames .xvii
Lynch Tames C. trunks . . .28
Lyon, Potter & Co. pianos, etc. . 829
Lyon & Healy, musical instru-
ments iv

Mahan J. L. pianos . . . .822
Manasse L. optical goods . . 828
Mathews Murray, employment . 800
Maxwell S. A. & Co. wall paper
McAdams A. florist .



McLaughlin Mary Mrs. dressmkr. 807
Melhuish F. dressmkr. . . .807
Menhart L. upholsterer . . . 826
Metropole Stables, livery . xxii

Milburn Wagon Co 28

Millner W. W. elocutionists . . 76
Mooney & Boland Detective

Agency . . . . . 806
Moore E. B. & Co. wood carpet . 18
Moore Lindley Murray, dentist . 805
Morse F. G. caterer . . . ix

Muir S. florist 799

Munro C. P. orchestra . . . 227
Murdock M. milliner . . . 8i<;
Music Magazine Pub. Co. . . 21
National Electropoise Co. . . 852