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» 8. HYMAN. M. H. BERG.
s -ftYMAN &Co DIAMONDS, "Watches 9 Jewelry SILVERWARE, Plated Ware, French Clocks, Bronzes, NORTH-EAST CORNER , JState JA adison JSts., CHICAGO, KSfOrders from the country for Goods for selection will bo promptly filled. 8.13.4 aa is ox o vh d. — Julius. Bauer & Co. NOW AT 263 & 265 WABASH AVENUE, Between Jackson and Van Buren Streets, MANUPAOTOBKB8 OP a truly flrst-olusB Plano at a moderate price. 8old on Easy Monthly or Quarterly Installments. Also, Agents iron the Renowned NEW ENGLAND Church and Parlor Organs. DON’T FORGET THE PLACE, 263 & 265 Wabash A ve., Chicago, 4t ^4 ^44 / The Jewish Advance, O Uj £ & u •XI •«* 4i s; 1 Ci Ci fcJ! J4 ^?! s**! . .t-0 t '^1 I ^ : ,'M ■ V ■ »s ST A $ •«$ ■ f <J^c/cAeddJ. t i n i7 RH XD STAR GENERAL DEPARTMENT STORE. Selections from Departments : DEPARTMENT 1—Pull line of Gold and Plated Jewelry atfawthe novelties of the season, many of our own designs, novel and new, and at prices never before offered. An inspection necessary. DEPA RTMENT 9—A full line of Baby Carriages of Superior Make and Style ; also, a full line of Toys and Dolls, at prices from 7c. up, that will make the little ones happy. Bring them to see the assortment. DEPARTMENT 13—The Finest and Largest Assortment of Vases, Toilet Sets, Majolica, Parian and Lava Ware, Bronzes, which are unique and stylish, and low in prices, bringing them within the reach of all. • , DEPARTMENT 17—Consists of a full lino of Ribbons, Ties, Cuffs, and Collars, in Linen and Lace ; also, full line of Kid Gloves, in popular makes and prices, that will astonish you ; a visit of inspection will convince all. DEPARTMENT 18—Full line of Ladles’ Underwear. We manufacture all these goods and offer special inducements as to prices and styles ; also, in children s goods the same. * DEPARTMENT 19—In this Department we will open this week a full line of Fans in all the latest styles, Head Ornaments in Real Shell, Silver and Gold Combs in all styles, and low prices guaranteed. DEPARTMENT 23—Crockery, Glassware, Willow Ware, Tin, Japan, and Wooden Ware, full and complete, at remarkably low prices. Our Motto la a Lower than the Loweit. 122 & 124 State St., just North of Madison. S. M. WYMAN, Proprietor. SOUTH-EAST CORNER Fifth Ave. & Randolph St. OHIIOAG-O. HENRY BERG, 6.13&0. f t‘ PROPRIETOR. DRY GOODS CARPETS, 'ATFUERSTENBERG’S, 438 Milwaukee Ave. 0.13.4y.r_ A DELICIOUS SALAD Can be prepared only by using JOS. ZINK AN’S Direct Imported Unadulterated Olive | Salad Oils,. Guaranteed to be strictly pure. Wholtiala aid Retail Dgptt, 201 Fifth Aft,, CHICAGO. DR. G. HES3ERT, Office, 197 23. Madison St, Hours, 8—4 P. M. Residence, 267 E. Erie St. 6.13.13. CHICAGO. PHILIP STEIN, y^TTORNEY AT J^AW, (NOTARY PUBLIC,) Staats-Zeitung Building, 018.13. CHICAGO. ESTABLISHED 1855. LEOPOLD MAYER, BANKER, 163 Adams*Street, CHICAGO, Does a general Banking, Foreign Exchange and Passage Business. ty All Orders promptly attented to. Cor respondence solicited. 6.13.13 F. P. ELLIOTT & CO. 169 Randolph St. CHICAGO, DEALERS IN ) Manilla, Wrapping, Express, Colored, Printing and Writing Papers, ■ Enrelopos, Twines, Etc. Ypsilanti Mills. Ann Arbor Mills. Superior Mills. Jackson Mills. it -- O. E. LANGER, SIGN PAINTER, MANUFACTURE: It OF WINDOW SHADES, 193 Washington Street, ROOM 17. ■ OEUOAO-O. H. HARTT. ' J. W, OSTRANDER. H. HARTT & CO. Printing Press Machine Shop AND DEALERS IN Hew and Secondhand Printing" Presses, 162 CLARK ST., ARCADE COURT. OHIOA&O. Ut Office and Wareroom, 172 Clark St. PIC-NIC — OF — Oriental Lodge, No. 189 I. O. B. B., ON SUNDAY, JULY 14th, 1878, AT SILVER LEAP GROVE. TICKETS, TWENTY-FIVE CT8. A PERSON. Muilc by the Chicago Orcheetra. Ogden Avenue Can St l»g» Street 'Bussei run to the Grove. TO THE MUSICAL PUBLIC. The Increased demand or good music, In cheep for n ha* been favored lat ly by a considerable enlargement of the Edition Ulolir. since lanuary t, U78, the copyrights of the Jlen.leU.oba Kdltion.. in Europe, have c ased. and the former very cspetvtsvo works of this favorite threat master, are open to the million for a most trifling pricr, now being published in h jndsome styles '" the favor bly known Kailliin l.hollf. This I ditlo counts t t> e*-'1* over 1000 volumes, containing n.-arly all the works of the cl s-'lcal and the best modern authors, newly revised und carefully fingered by the most prominent teachers of Germany, and usea in the conservatories of all countries. They are unrivaled for correctness, beauty und cheapness. A COMPLETE STOCK OF American and Foreign Sheet Music and MusicBooka. Catalogues will it sent/rot oh af/licatum. ADDRESS, JOKE 1ST MOIjTEB, American and Foreign MUSIC HOUSE, 106 East Madison Street, V Phicago, Jlls Ernest OiUer’s Flasoi. j. Sohaer & Co's Pianos. Sole Agent for EDITION LITOLFF. 1 H. FELSENTHAL. Ch. Kozminski. Felsenthal & Kozminski, AT THE N, S. Cor,’of WioUjlon St, l Mi An, CHICAGO, ILL. They Also Deal in Fokeiqn and Domestic Exchange, Gold and Bonds * AND ISSUE OP^SS-A-GKE TICKETS For all German and the principal English Steamers. Invest funds in Real Estate and other Securities, and make collections in all parts of the globe. 6.13&0. * Max Stern. Goldsmith A.Co, , BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS STATIONERS AND Blank Book Manufacturers Respectfully invite business men and book-keepers to notice the advantages offered by their superior facilities at their place of business, 84 <fc 86 FIFTH TAVE. An examination of our well assorted stock of STATIONERY, which we sell at rock bottom figures, and an in spection of our PRINTING office, fitted out with most improved machinery and all the modern styles of type, bor ders, &c., will easily convince'you that^ we can compete with every respectable house in the country, in regard to quality of work as well as to prompt attention and low prices. Our superior styles of COMMERCIAL PRINTING are too well known as to require any commend. We would call the attention of Lodges and Societies to our improved facilities for executing FANCY JOB WORK, such as invitations, programmes, pic-nic cards, &c.,&c., and to our FOREIGN DEPART MENT, in which we are enabled to do work in all languages, a well known fea ture in our business. We try hard to control our custom by good work, prompt attention and low figures only. *► CALL onr TJS I Max Stern, Goldsmith & Co. 84 & 86 FIFTH AVE.