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'i I still
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I Tie rents
1 stood a
I , whose
loi nnd his
Son or a
Pv nost ac-
1 tn tria
HMoi. Th nol orthodox are in point
of raUftm Ty newly tie imo to-d
lat Vhej wm hundred years ego; end
ft WlMWr to brash one's hair or
etotRM or boots on Jelurday wu consider
d ft terioai iln. Consequently they think
it tc-dy, ftnd none ofihelr really ptom
men-thclr Icaden-d" It. Tho reader
wore no sacerdotal gown, for the Russian
Jewi do not permit It. Ho was engaged
on the prayer-book for half hour after
rny entrance, reading part of the time with
marrellous rapidity, and hall chanting,
half tinging, the rost.
Thero wore twenty or thirty benciiM in
the room, and they were occupied by wor
iblppen ranging In yean from six to eigh
ty. All orer the age of thirteen wore the
thmlith, tho fringed garment which tho
Bible command! the Itraellto to hare up
on their persons at all seasons, 10 that the
tight of It may constantly remind thorn of
the divine commandmcnU. To wear It a!-
ways upon the outside of their attire at
. a a j.h MmM ka InnnfiVanta
l0.Pr.u u., --.- ,
ent: tbey thereforo do. that only while In t
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the svnaBocnc. and atother times wear bo-
the svnaeocne, a
nealh the shirt a smaller garment, four
cornered, with a peculiar tassel at each
corner, the whole made after a certain os-
corner, tne wnoie ninuo ai.ei hvhwhi - i
UUi bed faihlon. In fact, they never take I
thU second article of apparel from their -
", vv I
But to return to the synagogue in Bex-1
ter street. They went through ail tho I
well-known prayer, which precede be I
reautng 01 b- -r
Psalms, the extract from the Hible, anu
ab.ui, mo v-..-
the touching entreaties for dcliveranco
fram their exile. I picked up a prayer
book which lay at my side, and turaed over
iU leaves. It wai the standard edition
which amone all the Orthodox Is still In
aounc- j M wej M toong somo of the Keform-
ottne jCW( lthough the latter navo weeaea
luors. out many Inappropriate and objectionoDio
uld be I musres. There was no translation to tho
lT nd book. Many Ruiiian-PoHth Jows would
id -vet think a tranilation an outrage, yortunate
ioer, I i- I undentood Hebrew better, perhaps,
itrue- ttan t00 majority of the worshippers In
to the tj,e (ynagogue, who, like the mojority of
iption, -II ,hc jew. of to-day, have acquired tho
would .viiiir m red the mere words with trc-
irefore mend0ui rapidity, but without knowing
n who the meaning of any except the most fre
Presently we reached the illcnt prayer,
daring which all itand with their faces to
the east. This concluded, the doors of the
arkwero rolled back, and the purchment
scroll of the Pentateuch, on which every
letter hai been formed by hand, was taken
oat and deposited by the reador on the
desk. Thepreildent of the congregation,
the texton, and another officer then sta
tioned themselves about tbo scroll, and tho
reader began to recite to the peculiar, I
monotonoui tunc which is customary
among the Orthodox. The passage read is
always cut up into parts, and at the begin
ning of each a member of tbo congregation
is called to the deik by the reader, who ftd
dreiseshim by his Hebrew name (every
Orthodox Jaw has that) and tells him in
Hebrew to arise. He steps 'forward, re
cites the customary short prayer, looks on
the scroll while the reader goes over it,
and when the end of the part is reachod
makes a small donation to tbo congrega
tion, and gives place to another. Strangers
who are Jews are usually given the pre
ference in this, which is considered an
I knew this, and did not expect to escape
on this occasion. I presently saw that tho
reader, the sexton, and tho president were
whispering together, and I felt that my
f.t.V.J V - 1-1 1 1 . . 4 .1 f
I tlrll I UUU ITCCU WTOIBU. UUb LUOJT WUTU BV-
I . e' dently in doubt. They appoared uncertain.
n what to th nk ofine. Was I a Jew like
themielves, but changed in expression and
softened in feature by profane education
and intercourse with the outside world or
was I simply a Christian, a Mormon, or a
Pagan? The sexton seemed determined
to dissipate the doubt. He approached
me and asked me if I desired tho honor of
being called to the desk, Knowing it
would be considered discourteous if I ad
mitted my extraction and still refused the
distinction which was tendered me, I re
plied in tho affirmative. Upon that he
asked me for my'Uebf ew came, and I gave
him Motes bar Samuel Motes, tho son of
Samuel. A thallth was taken from the nrk i
and given me. I wrapped it about me and t
awaitAfi mv turn. nnilatnrlnep tnoanwlitln
7. . I s .""-.-
to recall the words of the prayer which I
would be expected to recite.
Moaes bar Samuel was presently called.
Arising from my seat, I stepped to the
desk, and grasporing tho peculiar tasso)
at one corner of my thalith, protscd it upon
the parchment scroll and then brought it
to my lips, uttering aloud at tbepamo time
tbe customary benediction. As I conclud
ed the whole congregation chimed in, and
then the reader began. For Ave minutes
or more he rattled away without a singlu
nalos in pause for breath, and then tlniiheU with an
extra nourish and an original note or two
in his tune, to do tne osprcial honor. I
made a second benediction, liko the first,
in Hebrew, and after informing tho reader
that I wished ' to donate tho sum of one
dollar to tbe Chebrah Una! Jisrael Adath
Kodeth (tbe Holy Congregation of the
Sons of Israel) a fact which ho immediate -
ly an noun cod to tho congrvgation in thu
course of bis erratic Hebrew melodies I
made way for the next man, and retired to
1 'The next man happened to be a nowly
made one J that is, ho was a lad who had
..., k r .v.t.t 1
VACAnt I - Bu tun uu, aim was
1 IhAMtiPA natulan Ln tia lalpil amnnn thn
ivcrueau --r- rTV- r
adults. Too thallth which he wore
been made expressly fur him, and be had
never worn 11 beioro. Jio uttored a bono-i
diction in the samo way as the others bad
done It, but on concluding it ho began to
read the scroll hlmiolf instead of allowing
the reader to do It, and djd It to tbo same
tune and In tbo satne (nuature. Ho had
probably spent a month in preparing hlm
solf for tbisIaaSunder the guidance of tbe
reader. HUlibWSostomj and ono which
the most Orthodox Jews cling to deter-
jslntidjjr, wbll f astifes, crf it.are toud;ln
almost every synagogue of tbe United
States, bowover advanced tbe congregation
may be. Connected with, the ceremony is
noblo Idea. Every error that a boy may
oomlt before; hit thirteenth yea his
ra rents are held reinnn.ii.u 1...
k-eUs thari- age he must bear unon his
owa abouUers the consequences of all bit
Mta,Mt4ip5rdr, V hrng (be truth of thU
aavisn'AlMnaTlv .kaora Llm. nil 1,.
7rTT' a ' , w iu,bi,
kaM.tdtii certain degree of self-respect
ne is lormany admllUd
scoundrel, but he appeared very pTout.
Re read the prayers, sang the piaims, and
made the responses In an auctioneer'!
volco, bowing continually while (landing,
and Indulging In various alarming fream
ofdovotlon. Soino I had loen at work as
glaciers, bookbinders, and plcturc-framo
maker, whllo others I know to bo dealers
In second-hand clothing, purchasers of rags
and bono, and peddlers of neckltos nnd
plated jewelry. A boy of fourteen was tho
loudest prayer I over heard. He surpass
ed even the gentleman from tho Cheap
John establishment In Chatham street. A
mure rcpulslvo faco I had never soon, and
I ro (letted with anything but agreeable
fooling on tho kind of man he would pro
While I was making these observations,
the services were drawing to a close.
Shortly be fere their conclusion tho custom
ary prayer for tho dead was recited. Tho
doors of tho ark were opened, and the
render lowered his voice to as solemn a tone
mWi nature mH(lo po,,tblc Meanwhile
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an old man, bent almost double with tho
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weight of years, stepped slowly and feebly
before tho ark, holding by the hand a child
of tour venrs. The little one's father, who
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old man's son and hi. only
'"PP0". was dead, and the child to say
the prayer for the departed. Tho old man
recited It slowly word for word, in trem-
w,ng y(). nd tbc chna folIoV(e(i ilni
wofJ b worJ n ,$ R very olJ cu,t0m,
,. . , . modfled form. Every
n , , . ,
rMr nn thn annlrersnrv of tho Dlrtntt
I J i- - - -- r
I death, all tho male children says this pray-
or, morning ana evening; ana u bi xnc
time there is no service in the synagogues,
ten men aro assembled for tho purpose in
a convenient and proper placo. Unless in
cases of absolute necessity, tho ceremony
is never performed unless in tho presence
of ten male adults. Tor that reason Or
thodox Jews are seldom found llvinu alone
at a distance from large communities, or
in places in wbich they have no co-relic- '
ionists residing. It takes the prayers of.
ten men combined, thev sar, to reach the
ear of God under certain circumstances.
rrincipal Office 104 "Fifth St., Uiu., 0
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Silvia Table and Teaspoons, Photoirraph
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Tickets. $3 60
Our lotteries sra chstlcreil by tbe State, are
always drawn at the lima named, and all draw
ings are under the supervision of sworn com
The official drawing will be published tit tbe
St. Louis paper and a oopy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
eyery month during the year 172.
Kemttat our rlk by poamfflea money order,
'tittered letter, draft or express. Bend for cir-ou-ar.
Address, MUKKAV. MILLER CO..
P. O. box 2440. dt. Louis, Mo.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Streot, between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Is'recelvlng dally new Invoices of'
01 every description, and at I'atcss toScit tms
TIIK LATEST STYLUS OP
SPIIINO AND. SUMMER , GOODS,
HATS, BIB HONS,
, LACES OFiALL KIND
MUX VAHDKN GLOVES,
a X)LLY VAUDEN HUNSHAUES,
DOLLY VAltOEN PARASOLS, ETC.
rogetbir' with aft tMltrtncr 'artleleV lent
1,1 a First Class illlllnerj' ud TriinniiiiKs
.lorJ. 'Jo be sold at Um vciy lowest ngtire.
Bsi vau anu see uer, no iroumc iosuow
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,'
Eipiint St.,'Bt, Com. A Wabh .,
Has just opened a new aud stylUh cstab
llshtnent. fully .up ta.Uie tlxaos, aud Invites
Id custotners and new, ladles, children and
Foreign , Advertisements.
Vinegar niltcra arc not a vtle rancr imt.
wade or I'oor Hum, Whisky, Proof spirits and
Kcnise Liquor, doctored, uplced, and sweetened
to plrasethe taste, cnlled "Tonics," "Appetisers,"
" Itcstorcrs," Ac, that lead tho tippler on to drunk
cones and rain, but nre a truo Medicine, made
from tho natlre roots and herbs of California, tree
from all Alcoholic Stimulant?,. They arc the Great
Wood l'tiriaerand a Mfe-glvlnc: Principle, a Perfect
Itenorator and Inrutorator of tho System, carrying
otr nil poMonoo matter and restoring the blood
lo n healthy condition, enriching It, refreshing and
Itulgoratlng both mind and body. They are easy
of administration, prompt to their action, certain
In their results, sale and reliable' In all forms of
No treon can lak these. Bitten accord
Ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones aro not destroyed by mineral nolson
or other means, and the ltal organs wasted beyond
the point ot repair.
Dyspepsia or ludlftestlon, iitaiiaclic. Pain
In the shoulders. Coughs, Tightness of the Chest.
UlulncM. sour Eructations of the Stomach, Dad
Taste in the Month, IUIIous Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart, Innammstlon of the Lungs, Pain tn the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other palorh!
symptoms, arc the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these
complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will
prove better guarantee of Its merits than a
For Female Complaints. In young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display' wo de
cided nil Influence that a marked Improvement t
For liilIaiiiDiataryr and Chronic Iiheu
mntioMi and Uuut, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, III!
lou. IUinlttctit and Intermittent Vetrrs. Diseases
of the Wood. liter. Kidneys and Illadder. these
Hitters have been most successful. Such Diseases
are raud br Vitiated Wood, which Is generally
produced by derangement of the liigestlvo Organ.
Ther arc a Gentle Pnrgatlve aa well aa
a Tonic. pu&tcssinK also the peculiar merit of act
ing as a ijcrful oseut in relieving Congestion or
Inflammation of the Uvtr and VUctrl Urtrans ut
r Skits Ulmiti, Erartlons. Tetter. Salt-
Ithrtm. lllotche. r-Kts, I'unbleji, IMMules. Colli,
v.aroaucir3. iuBE-ionn s-cuu-urau. r-c:r .i cn.
uryMpcu-s ilea, fcarts, inocoiorauons oi tae u
Uoniors and Itraa of the SLln, of whalerer
name cr natnrr. are lltrralir dec uc and ramrd
out of tae sj stem la a &ort time by the use of thew
llltttrs. One bottle In nca caes win conrtnee tie
cost lacmlalous of tW: raratlve etrens.
Clrantr the Vitiated Blood wnencTrr yon
find lis impurities 1-umiBs Inrcmcn tne stta tn
rtmples. Ercptiois. or Pore : cleanse It wben you
CcJ It otrttnrtetl and slugfrlsn In tbe reins; cleanse
tt when U is fool ; four ferUngs anil tell 70a wfcfx
Keep ihe blood pure, and tbe Lnutn of tne sjstem
Grateful Thosisaads proclaim Viszaia Hit
TtRS tlie most wonderful lntlorant tbat erer sus
tained tbe slnklce srstem.
Pin, Tapr, ami other Wornia, lnrtlns lo
the ijetcm of ao tnaoy tbouunds are cffectuillj
destroTed nnd remoed. Ssis n dUliniralshed
I pbj slolosUt : Thcro Is scarcelj an ladlrldnaloa tbe
1 uce of the earth wbose bodjr u exempt from tbe
j presence of worms. It Is nut upon the heoltbj
I the rireat-l humors and slimy deposits that breed
tbee lhlnc monsters of disease. Jo srstem of '
meoicinc, no vermiiugcs, no antneiuiinitics, wui
free the srstem from worms like these Bitters.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged tn
Paints and Minerals, such as numbers. Type
setter, Uold-tcalera. and Miners, aa they advance
In lire, are subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To
irusrd against this, take a dose of Walkih's Tin
t(iK Hitters twice a week.
ntllotis, rtesnlltent, and Inf ersnlttaut
Fcicri, vrhlcli arc so prevalent It) the vallejs of
our crcat rivers thronahont tho Cnlted States,
especially those of tbe Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois. Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas. Ked,
Colorado, Ilrazov Rio Grande, leart, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Uoanoke, Jamea. and many
others, with their tost tributaries, throughout our
entire country dnnuj? the Bummer and Antutnn,
and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
and drjness, are Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements of the stomach and liter, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessary. There Is
no cathartic for the purposa equal to Da. ). Walk.
cu'a Yi skua it Iiitteks, as tbey will speedily
remove tho dark-colored viscid mailer with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same lime stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
the healthy functions of the digestive organs.
' Sicrofula, or Klne'a Evil, White Swelling,
Ulcere, Korpela. Swelled Neck, Goitre, bcrorulous
Inflammation). Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affection", Old Sores, Krnptlonsof the SSin, Soro
Eyes, etc, etc. In these, as In all other constitu
tional Dlieiises, Walkek's Viseoah iiitteks have
showu their great ruratlvo powers In tho most
obstinate nud intractable case.
Ur. Walkn-'a I'aliroriWa Vinegar TJII
lera act on' all these cases In a similar manner,
lly puriltlng the Itlood they remove tbe cause, aud
by reaolvlng away the effects of the Inflammation
(Ihe tubercular dtponlts) the affected parts recclvo
iic.ilth. and a nernianent cure Is effected.
The properties of Lilt, WaLKEH's VlNEcuit
niTTEita arc Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious, laxative. Diuretic, Sedative, Counter
Irtltanl, Sudorific, Alterative, and Antl-Dlllous.
The Apeileut and mild Laxative properties
of Dit. Wai.keh'k Vincoah IIittei-s arc the best
safe-guard lu cases of eruptions and malignant
fevers. Their balsamic, healing, and aoothlng pro
pcrtlea protect the humors of the fauces. Their
bedatlve properties allay pain in the nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from iunanitnatlun,
wind, colic cramps, etc.
Their Counter-irritant Influence ex
tends throughout tho system. Their Antl-Blllsus
properties stimulate tho liver, lu tho secretion of
bile, and Its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, fur the cure
of Unions Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body against tllseaae by
purifying all lis nulds with Vinegar Uittxiu. No
epidemic can take hold of a system thuafurc-amicd.
Directions. Take of tho Hitters on going to
bed at night from a half to one and one-half nine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef
steak, mutton chop, venison, rout beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They are
composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, and
contain no spirit.
K. II. JtcDOHALD tv CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Art., san Francisco, Cat., A
cor. oLWashlngtun and Charlton Sis., N.lL
oulu 01 Abb uuLuuiaia a utSAXEHa.
COOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Soothing Remedy !
Cnraa Colic and Orlnlsx lo
tha Ilowsls, and facU. atss
lbs prooaM 01 TsatbiDg.
cones all dlwasss Ic
Infants and Ohlllnn
cones all diseases Incident to f
- W M A o .
Cnres Ularrhoea, PtmbI-
ana nummer uonpiaiiit.
Children of all ages.
rtetleTH ealn. wsaknaeaorax I
bsuitloatn 15orS0mlnotee,cW- f .33
lag tons and power to tbo systao. j q s xtVB
It Is tbe Infants' and Children's Great Soothing
Kerned, la all disorders brought on by taethlng or
any othir cans.
Us partlcolar In calling for HUB. WOTTOOMn'S
EYRCF, and take no other.
Prepared by tha OBAFTON UXDICtNI CO., St.
Louis, Mo. Bold by Drcgfiat asd Dealers la
By clsaulnc tba blood and aroaslpg tha liver and
secretive organs to a healthy actios, Dr. Henry's
Hoot and Plant Fills car. nany comslalatawbicb It
would not ba snnrs tb could reath. such as
llsviadaehe, Pain la ike. Nldav kstsnb.
"' n reetsTlliT
(UlnrM, Itbeamatlaao, Nearalrrlit.
Lom or ABMtltc, HUloua DyMVt 'ry!
Uldsiejr AsTeetlossa, CoaatlMtloBi. Del
lev, JaaBtalce, and other kindred co'ipTalMs
aritinf from a low state of the body, or obstruction
cf Its flUKliODS.
Heloi free from Mercury and other poisons tbev
can ba taken at all llsaas and undar all clrcumitaa.
cis, without regard to diet, builnss or pleasure.
Ther stimulata tba waaksnod and dtitenpered
parts Into baaltby action, (IvlDinheu) streDfth to
dleburdSD tbsBSMlvs and throw of tba obstructions
which are Ihe Ant causa of disease, without
BrwdneltMr ltsWr uauae or srriplstar.
All heavy aa drowsy saatations, vbicb era (ba
forerunners ordlrefnl dlsaaasl stub as Apostlear,
Paraljrtle Ntrokr-a, te. art tfastoallf wardad
off by a few dosaa of thasa searching; I'll Is ,
full SlreeUau areaeS seek 11, la lealtef, arsua, rtsaak
IHp.cUk, rrtwtSResuatioi. , .
I'nptreSkf tte Orfn Jll 0.. at. lU, Me."
Sale ty Druaatiu aaS Datlais ta MaHnUe eretyaaere.
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SICK-ROOM AND SUBSERT APPLIANCES, ere,
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GENUINE FRUIT SYEUPS
Can not be excelled. We also draw the
BLUE LICK WATERS.
Also, a choice lot of Cigars, ol extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
Will receive especial attention and care,
being at all bourn in charge of competent
and careful parties. Prescriptions carefully
compounded at all hours day or night
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Wars, Coal Hods, FireHbovals, Air Uataa.
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work ilonaat shortest nolica. fabldlf
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ti AH nXTUKES,
Oaa Filter's and Humbar's material, Wood
pumps, giooa ana.aoKia valves, atop
cooks, check valves, ate.
also aaaar roa
rsttta arathara Pat test t Dry ( ststrr
And Morehouse, Wells Go's Automatle Watat
isawaior andHupply Valve for ataam collars.
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GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
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PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Patty, Benalste, (isuolltse,
And tha celebrated lilumlnatln
BBOBH' OUILDINn, CCF ilTR-BT. COM
Cairo, .... Ii.inoib.
THE aSTOBW SYBTEM.
OBOCRIKH RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
FHICEa TOR CABB.
AT II. 0. TIIIELEOKE'S STORE.
WASUIHQTON AVENUE, 1IETWBBN TENTU
AND ELEVE5TU BTHEETH.
50 Its. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - $5 00
91 " ' ... i 00
6 lbs. A coffee Susar, N. Y. Std.
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for -81
' Choice 'f
3 " Old Government Java - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fanoy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new, and full weight' given. Call
(Soctessor to P. Ssup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,,
102 Commercial Avenue,
NEW FURNITURE STORK.
has opened a New Furnlturo Store on
Commercial avenuo, opposite Seventh
street, anu rospecimuy cau attention
SIMMONS AND CLOUOH ORGAN COMPANY'S
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GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS
FITTKI) WITH TIIK NEWLY INVENTED
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention having a most Important hrarliiK on the Itittirc reputation of Heed Initru
mcntx, by means of which the itiaiitlty of Volume of Tone Is very larKcly increased, and
the qtialft y of tone rendered
EQUAL TO THAT OF TIIK BEST PIPE ORGANS OF
THE SAME CAPACITY.
Our celebrated "Vol Celeste." "Louis l'ateiit." "Wilcox Patent," "Vor Human, a
"Octave Coujilcr," tho charming "Cello" or "Clarionet" .stops, nnd
ALL TiHE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Con lio obtained only in these Organs.
Thirty-live Different Blylcs, for tho Parlor and thn Church, the Best Material and
Workmanship. Quality and Volume of Tono Unequalled.
PRICES, S50 TO $500.
Factory and AVarcrooms, Corner Sixth and Cuiigri'M .Streets, Detroit, Michigan.
Established in JSJO ) AUKNT8 WANTED IN KVKKY COUNTY
Address SIMMONS A CLOUOH ORGAN CO.. Detroit. Mich.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BXTWIIX WASH'.H AVXNUX AND WALNUT
l)r. B. T. Fields Inrorms tne public that he has
on the northwest side of Tenth street as named
Hie Htables will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public msr m accommodated at all hours
01 in- nay anu nigm
with sale teems on tha LOW
r-i 1 ir.njia,
I' 1 . 1 iciu mkb m muni ui yuuiiu MUUUKr.
and will endeavor to marit It by fair dealing and
strict attention lo hueine.
T. L-t.l.l. ..1.. . . V. . Ht ...111- . ,
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
GLASS L STAINERSy
708 -WASHINGTON AVENUE,
BT. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Eaamsled, Embossed and ground Ulasi
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TOCUCBCH
WORK. BW I'irlirr fitm sll tsrlr of tbe ectin
n rlv stifrrted n o-.1t H4w 3m
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r, Di REXFORD, .... Proprietor
Cor. Ohio Lxvse 4 Second St.
t3T"Baf?gage conveyed to and from De
pot tree. dec-it tf.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nutfi,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Ureen, '
William II Gilbert, J- CAIflO, ILLINOIS.
MileeF. Gilbert, J
TerSpecta. attention K''eo to Admiralty and
omen onio levee, rooms 7 and 6 over
CITT NATIONAL HANK.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an extensive stock of
All ol which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS. EONNET8 RIBBONS,
And an eleiiant assortment of
Lacks, frinoes, kid oloveb, hosiery
and all articlea usually kept in a first-class mil
Mrs. Hwander Invites the public to call and in
pettier stock, whieh aha will take pleasure In
bowing to old aa wall aa new eualorrars.
EAI. EMTATE AOElftJl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second floor) oiiio letee,
But and Sxlv Rial Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIKLE
juj twenera Cnnvavancaa nf Kinds'
Oiiit Lava Cairo, III.
oaneae aanae-rLV riiLiD
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o aver daacripUaa,
LATII, SUINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
furnished on shortest notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
UAIUO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOn.f II. OBEBI.T a CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds of Binding and Rulina done at Iba
very lowest prices. Having anjraatd the aarvi
ces of Mr. Duels, who has had many years
eiperieuco in one of best Kinderiea of St. Louis,
to eiiperlntend tnls eetabllehmenl, wa can con
Odeoilr promise our patrona work equal to the'
nf anv Hlndrv In lhf wet
WIN KM AMU MtiOUHJI.
HOit'iit An atTiiL nsstisa 1
I WINKS AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor ofne" and spendld
No. 75 OHIO Lkvkk,
Keeps constantly on hand tho choicest of
Wines and Liquors, which ho will sell at the
very lowest figures. Call and examine.
F. M . STOOKFLETH,
scocassoa to roais a svocartara
Bectirrr and Wboleaale Dealer Its
rorclsst ststd OoacioaUfl
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Lkvxi,
HE keeps on band constantly a full stock o
Old Kentucky llourbon, Kyo and Mononaa
iela Whiskies, French Urandtas, Holland Ola
Khlne and Oallfonila Wines lanM
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep consUntly on hand a most com
Plata stock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISRIEa'
a 1 w b,-
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba W IneJ
RUMYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. whloh fact thsr Invite tha espaclal altan
lion at close baram buysrf.
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BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR'