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Galendns us Gongrsgnlinns.
Congregation Ahavi Eraunah,
384 386 Clark ^t., President, Jacob Asher; Soe
retary, A. L. Stone, services: Friday 7 p. mM
Saturday 10 a. m„ Sabbath School: Saturday
2 p. m. and Sunday 10 a. m.
Congregation Beth Ilamidrash,
134 Pacitie Avenue. President, E. L. Jacobson;
Secretary, *». Pawienski; Minister, Lazar Anik
ster; < hazan, David Glik. Services: Daily at
6:3o a. m. and 6:30 p. m., Saturday 7:30 a. m.
and 6 p. m.
Congregation B'nei Avrohoom.
M. Oestreicher, Pres.; A. L. Klein, Vice Pres.;
Jos. >tein, Treas.; A. Weil, Sec.; Rev. Aaron
Yanko, Minister. Synagogue, Cor. Wright and
Johnson sts. Divine Worship, Friday 7 p. m.
Saturday 9:3) a. m.
Congregation Ahavi Scholom,
576 s. Canal st„ President, Jacob Cohen; Secre
tary, Theodore Levin.
Congregation of the North Side,
Dearborn Avenue, east of Washington Square,
President S. Glickauf; M. Cohen, Vice i'resi
dent; Rev. A. Norden, Minister, services:
Friday 7 p. m., Saturday 10 a. m., Sabbath
School: Saturday 2 p. in., Sunday 10 a. m.
Congregation Ohev Sholom (Orthodox),
425 Milwaukee Ave., President, H. Heims ; A.
Pike, secretary; M. Lesser, Chassan and
Reader, services: Friday Evening and Satur
day at 10 a. in.
Kehilath Anshe Maarev,
3ndiana Ave., Cor. 26th St., President, M. M.
Gerstley ; Secretary, Ren. Eisendrath ; Rev.
L. Adler, Minister. Services : Friday 7 p. m.,
Saturday 10 a. m., Sabbath school: Saturday
9 a. m., Sunday 10 a. m.
Kehilath B’nai Sholom,
Michigan Ave., betw. 14th and 16th «ts., Presi
de it, Louis Hefter. Services: Friday 7 p. m.
Saturday 10 a. mi Sunday School, -unday 10
a. m.
Sinai Congregation.
Worship at the Temple, Indiana Ave., Cor. 21st
street, President, G. Miydecker; Rev. Dr. K.
Kohler, Minister. Services: Friday 7 p. m.,
Saturday 10 a. m., Sunday 10:30 a. m., sabbath
School: Saturday 2 p. m., Sunday 10 a. ru.
Zion Congregation,
Cor. Sangamon and Jackson sts.. President, D.
Simon ; Rev. Dr. B. Felsenthal, Minister.
Services: Friday 7 p. m., Saturday 10 a m.,
Sabbath school: Saturday 2 p. m. and Sunday
lo a. m.
Chevre Schomre Haias,
Meets every second Sunday at Aurora Turner
Hall President, A. Feingold; Vice president,
J. v\ achenheimer; Treasurer, L. Lazor; sec
retary, E. Drinkelman.
Society of Benevolence and for the Be
lief of the Sick,
Meets 112 and 114 East Randolph Street on the
second - unday of each month. W. Levy, Pres.;
O. Aiinnhest, sec.
Jiidifche
Kalender !
1878 5639 1879
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Max Stern, Goldsmith & Co.
.]. Katzeiiberg’s Biblical Ilistoi y
-FOR
SCHOOL AMD HOME.
Bound in Board.$3 00 per Doz.
Hebrew Phon. Primer.... 1 80 “
Address,
J. KATZENBERO,
223 E, 32.1 St.,
Naw York,
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JR.H2 1D
STAR
GENERAL DEPARTMENT STORE.
Woloctions from Departments;
DEP A^TMEVT 1—Full line of Gold and Plated Jewelry ; all the novelties of the
season, many of our own designs, novel and new, and at prices never before offered.
An inspection necessary.
■DEP ART'" ENT 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.
DEPA KTMEN’t’ 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.
DEP ^ H T WENT 17—Consists of a full line 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.
DEPART - ENT IS—Full line of Ladies’ Underwear. We manufacture all these
goods and offer special inducements as to prices and styles ; also, in children’s
goods the same.
DEPARTME <lT 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 Motio isi Iiowor than the Iioweet.
122 & 124 State St., just North of Madison. S. M. WYMAN, Proprietor.
SOUTH-EAST CORNER
Fittli Aye. & llandolpli St.
omcAG-o.
HENRY BERG,
6.13&C.
PROPRIETOR.
DR. G. HE88ERT,
Office, If) 7 E. Madison tit.
Houns, 3—4 P. M.
Residence, 267 E. Erie St. CHICAGO.
6.13.13.
SIMON WOLF,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
617 Seventh Street,
Opp. U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Practices before the Supreme Court of the
U. S., Court of Claims, Courts of the District,
the Departments of the Government. Special
ties — Customs, Revenue, Land and Patent
Office, Examination of Titles.
July 19, ’78 6m
PHILIP STEIN,
y^LTTORNEY AT J_,AW.
(NOTARY PUBLIC,)
';taa‘s-Zeitung Suilding, CHIC AGO
ESTABLISHED 1855.
LEOPOLD MAYER,
BANKER,
103 Adams Street, CHICAGO,
Does a general Banking, Foreign Exchange
and Passage Business.
J3^“ All Orders promptly attented to. Cor
respondence solicited. 6.13.13
H. Felsenthal.
Ch. Kozminski.
Felsenthal & Kozminski,
TRANSACT A GENERAL
AT THE
H, E, [or, of Washington St, & Fifth Are,
CHICAGO, ILL.
They Also Deal in Foreign and
Domestic
Exchange, Gold and Bonds
AND ISSUE
TICKETS
i
For all German and the principal
English Steamers.
Invest funds in Real Estate and other
Securities, and make collections in all
parts of ihe globe. 6.13&C.
CLEVELAND PAPER CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
all kinds of
PAPER
128 St Clair St. Cleveland, Ohio
104 & 106 Madison St. Chicago
ltag- and Printed Wrapping Paper Depart
ment at Cleveland ONLY.
6.28.52.
J. Deschauer. Geo. A. Christmann.
—o—
Drs. Deschauer & Cliristmaiin,
P ENTISTS.
Rooms 8 & 9 Staats-Zeitung Building,
I. E. Cur. W.'shi et.n St. Sr 5th Ave.
Entrance on 5th Ave. CHICAGO.
* 6.28.52
A. L. KATLINSKY,
Practical
1427 State St., Chicago,
Ample References given, if required. Calls
from any part of the United States
promptly attended to.
My long practice, as well as my skillful
method, have acquired for me a reputation
that anv further command is unnecessary
7.K52.
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Souutag, den 6. October 1878.
Erftes Anftrctcn der bcriilnsintcn Soubrette
Mrs. flsmina Jficynofd!
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Das MifcIimaMlclien von
Sckneberg!
Uatinee.
Vopuliire Eintrittsprcise:
WILLIAM ISTEL,
Oeffentlicher ITotar,
— BESORGT —
Vollmachten, Testamente, Geld-Anleihen,
Lebens- und Feuer-Versicherung.
Di reel or de8
Westlichen HILDISE - BUNDES
Beater Schutz in Kraukkeits- und
Sterbefalleu.
Secretiir von
FKIEDHOF WALDHEIM,
Yerkuuf von Begriibnlas-Lotten und Einzel
Uriiberu zu den billigateu Breiaen.
Office, Staats-Zeituuf/s- Gebaude,
Zimmer 10 und 17,
M2.52. CHICAGO *
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Benevolent Assoc’n
OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS.
To all Affiliated Master Masons: This As
sociation has been chartered and organized for
the purpose of giving mutual protection to
families and relatives of deceased Masons—
PROVIDING for WIDOWS and ORPHANS.
Membership Fee, $l> Jletlieai Kxainiiiation. $1.
Membership limited to 5.000 ant Benefit to
$5,000. For Particulars, send for Circular, or
apply to JOSEPH S. PHILLIPS
Or 193 Superior Street. Chicago.
GIL. W. BARNARD, 192 Clark St.
THE
Jewish Advance:
A Weekly Journal
Devoted to Social Interests and
Progressive Judaism
The best medium for Advertisements
which are intended to reach the better
classes of Society.
Office, 84 and 86 Fifth Ave.,
CHICAGO, - ILL.

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