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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - February 3, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 tiHJ. » . WiitWii1illilB, nrWiiiwHillia « omlniwla; vU- A- MRitttiATi^. i^ uBf.^.^' iiyiB'iig'. jrjj. iwfB: m i 1 • » mo J . W. B R U N S W I C K & B R O . , 1 m i l l n r d T a b l e i l t a i m f - a c t a r e r s, OFFICE— No. 8, . Sixth s t r e e t; FACTOEY— Coruei- of Elra and Canal a t r e e t ; • - OINCLNNATI, OHIO. T HIS" being tbo laTsri- stBilliarflTnble Mnnnfnctory In the Tnited Stares, . t b e proprieU- r'!; being. enabled - Tjm thoir great faciliii^ B, offer gooda in t h e i r l i n o ten per ceat lower tlinn pticpd else^^ bere. fteep constantly on bnnd'an improvedniJsortniBnf oJ Billiard Tables, witb Marble and Cherrj- Topa, nnanrpnasdd bynnyeatabliabment in theCountry. Ooods warranted. AlsoBilliardCloUis, Cnes, Cue Leal hers, nnd all e t h e r trimmings in Ihixjloo, Wholesale and Retail. Rnpnirini: done iu « ttBfncU. riI.> al short notice. angl Paper Box. Manufactory. M RS. HENBIETTA LOHNSBACH"', (, Beceiv « r,) ro-" opens t h i s buinoe'es.' at t h e Old Slnnd, 117 F i f t h S-' t. between Vine nnd Bace, known as t h e — iGreai Western Bonnet Box ; Manufactory.— - The nniler » lcned reqnests b e r frionds and patron s to r a i l and e ' s a m i n o t h e now- wtock, and honor b e r w i t b o r . dera, to which prompt a t t e n t i o n will. be paid. . reb'ili- tf ... . . H. LOHNSBAnr. B y s t a t e " A ^ n t t i e r i t y!   W - ffency and profit. JLOSSE » Elii; iTABLY . VDJUSTED AND PROIlfTLY PAID. Upwards o r s t s , o o o . o oo - ^ f lossejbave been pnid by t h e £ t n a In'nrnnc* tTompa ny, in the piast ' 10 years. . ? pW' " ' ^ w ? « . ' S3K: g" = • Mr' " = ' s ' l . W § -' H - S ' W o a' 12, • WS' • a 3 ? - 3 " ~ ' * s t = ? S ^ B < ^ " ' ^ S S * 5 2 . ' * ' 5 2•^. =— — a . - r^-- pi 2: ir3=- ' 5 » -= i '..; :: =. » - » 2 s = 3 ^.^ - § S^^ Sa 3 -. — =•=' • - . - » - i—-^ = i '—'—^ ? J. S— 3. i= L- i .' 9- :=- nZr. : l n : : ^ ' ^^ -.- 3 - , 6 ' g ^ 3 . .< c « .. cp: 3. ci. p G * - -=".*•? ^ • 5 ' - ' - o § =; M J 5 . 5 i : a ' ^ - £ ' " ' P ' 9' ; l ' - - ^ | i . s ^ S o ^ ° -?- 5-?'? i^ f; 2. r r^ isS'S'f^ i • I m - m , m • » Cit3t3lOIOe7^ Ui-  it  fjile Den], r^ in O o l J . S i l i ^ r a i l d S l e d tepi'dnclt?; lUdil. e- lt- el nnd i n r . lui slietl F.> e Glu.-'-*^ : nii'i a l l o i l i e r anicK'S ni. ptrinii,! i u g lo t i l l s b r a n c h of fr- nde- No. 600-', RnO. VDWAY, ' ' L ' n ' | . . r tin, Luf. irge l l i - . i . e . MT. W YORK N. a — B K A Z I L l A N PHBB, LE  Ihe. leii i.-. li l. jii| i. Jnst now received, nn uxtenaive anu tfae bert solecteri stock ever imponed, of Silk and Woolf- n ni.- -( DD, . rTiDi'r I'l- oin ?.''. up to $•' 50 mnio , T'? Dn « ie., Ar. iill of. v^ bicli n r e soleciL- d by o u r a g e n t s in Hurupo. S'j'ji^ i D'jn. iw - will bf received in due sea- / i. m to onabi'' u$ t>. 4fend iliein lu all p.' irli: ol" llio Unili- d £ lnle, . ind Canudis, lo a r r i v e there at t h e wanieil liine, : Uw Yurk. • oiiiC- if. . < ^ - ' ^^ T^ IER & GROS^. ^^ UANUFACTUBEBS OF -^ h MEN^ S AND BOYS' * « Jan7- ly '. ilO Cliurch Allej-, PHILADELPHLA. JOSKPfl RIPKA, UlanufoclHrer of Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, for jev. 2 ly PHILADELPHIA. CSS" I. os » e « p i i d in Cincinnati d u r i n g paat five ytnrs, ^ Sl.') ij, 0. J4 27. . " . laeB~ Ag6ncica in all the principal cities and towns t b r o a g b o u t ( he S t a l e . - - Ba2,.\. gency eetablialieifin Cincinnnti, 1 8 2 5 t nnte- . dating ull pieaeni luoufttnce Conipanicp. and npfnta in the [ iifuULnce burini'i- H of t i n s o i t j . 3 4 yeurs. Con. Slant duty here, conibiiied, witli wmllh, e. vjierieiice. l u - leri. rlt. n nnd libc- ralilj, ti^ pK- inHy Ci. ninit- Md Ibo J l i na Insiir. iiicB Comimny tu lhe favuriililo patronage  : of Ciu. inDaii Undcr « viter= ol ' " 1 8 3 5 . " . Policies isBiieil withont delay, by • J . H. CARTER, Agonti- No. Jti Main s t r e e t ; • H . K . LINDSEY, Agent, • " ' 1 v - „ - , v i n V s t^ A.!!-. PATCH. Assistant A g ' n t , | + * ° ' . " ^ Vine S t . , ' 3'.- J: HOOIii: R,. Asenc, FultoUirMTth Ward;) • • ' P . S . BOSH," Agrnl, Covington, Ky. J -• 0 . y . BrrOBANAN, Agi- iit, NewpriMi Ky.; , J . W. C. SIMR'A- r/ L, - " f .^' ii"^^^' » - - B r a i i c b O f l i c e ; ACp, 1 7 I - . V . I I I t e S t > C | i i c l n > t l . ntS. AIl ba'sineasatieiidert to witUdt^ patchand fidelity, o c t l J j.. n. DEKKTl'IT. G^ Hernl Agent. If'SSsSsii PEBitlASION. TO W; B. Smilh nnd Co. BjLX^ udn, Wilb. v and Co. Jlunlienell, Hill and Cu. - - Turcd nnd Sibley, Haidelbacb, SeQ » oiigiMjd£ Co. Springer and Wbiteman, Wynne, HniiifH an. l Cu. -' Soiit., Eckstein and Co: N A T I O N A L INSURAKGE COMFAIilY . ' yf OUICLJI^ ATI. S S a r l n o , I q l a u d - T a n m i p o r t a l l o n . d t F i r e K l a k d t a k t : ! ^ a t . C a r r e u t K a t e s . . f^ C^ ECTOUB; J o h n Bnrgoyne, ", Wm. Ilopworlh, F . ' . v . W i t d e m e r , - ' - J.. L. Roes, J . D. Walbridge, -- r^^, • " TlinmuU, Btggs, ' Chns- L. Mourn, Tlio. s. Onp, Robert Motire, • -•:- UarcuH. Fechbtimer, S; W . ' i ? n i i t b , "" ' ' Henry E l l i s. j) tjj. OllU- e, , on Ihjj; , S, W. cornur of .3Iain a n d F r o n t Slrnar, I m r i t j i r s . . - 1 .• ^ . . •' ' H B N U l , i i . Vi^ WliR,-^ Se^ Jl J5iO.',' BCT. GOYKK, Tres. • Jn9- » y.'. . g » ; ^ I L - . S P R J G J H A. M, S i i r ^ v r y i i r. MIome'Insikr* tptce. C o m p a ny ; OF:^ NClNNATL. . . l O F F J C E : Jtet'S^ ^ iCeRt'Tbird s t r e e t. t , \ l l CUsse^ 9t' Eliro . and - Mariae. T. isIca taken oa t be most favorable term8-^, . , -. —. . -.:: 1 ; . t J i l E B O T O R S : •.-:. . ^ i , ^ W. T . ' P h i p p r , . J o h a J i . - V j i X ^ i Chaa. F. Wilslacb, ,: UatM: 3r Mnot, , JflBbJia. Joi » * » - i•- . T . a . O - A i l e t r t' B. W- a a a e l t l n B . . J i a s e p b Hft] r... Li -. Z. tFceempA, ^ . J ASlM U. Sii. vnErt, ,,,.; , v,:[- S? jai.. a'. • PMJM'PS, , . - -   BIi;! Bt; BV- BYnB. • Firenacn's Knitei^ cilau: ® , Compiaiiy, ' 0K- CINCIM2IATl'H: r- qtcaar  1832. :". DDVD CENTRAL MARBIEWORKS CH\ S. W. SMITH, No. -. il8 Cuiirt Strt..> t, nenr Wnftern Uow, C I N C I N N . n i , OHIO. j M o n i i m c n t ? , G r a v e S t o n e s, T o m b s , ! And nil k i n d s c- f w o r k coiineclcd w i l h iho i^ uainess.^ Jt">?' l. lrder'i finni l h e Cou, iitry : a l t e n d e J to, a n d wr. rk e^ eculeil willi u.^ tLlliernaUiJ dlnpntl;!!, _ ^ . ". Tb^ jrMiVf C- ity I* el.? re'nk- e given.. d• t « 5- U^' 33 j . C. VST.- lKON M() N 1.0iENTS. - J ^ irdor given . to hini,' te bia DHU'ly e. aiablif'hed Lnsloena, if iRSQiii'iuIurin^ Cftsl- iron Monuments., Tovib-. Stoufi Sf. Vdiillit. The* o Afr^ nnniantii, i c , areguarnnlird to keepfrorn rusl. ing fur C'l) years,, and are,' S'.). liir nS regards be^ ml.' i', mncli iif liiei:.' nud . nl. n 2.) per cent .- hearec wmr tho~ eor 3fRrl.| e, o'f vihii- b Ihe public cnn b'ocunvinueil b.\ cnllinnj'iil bi- i'tbop. Jie h;<*,' f. T t he g r i l r i i e r contA. nienceGf lbe public, plumed n few eiiinples \ » illi ]\ lr. W. \ yi., Hell, No. 7.1 F ' o n r i i o t. mil Kreujluirg' A Niirre, '} 73Ialn sireet, nud most re'spectlully inviles .- ill who feel iulL- rt'Sl,.' d, to c a ' l and cunvince tlie'ni.^ plvfs. - -. FERDINAND DlhCKMANN, : j j 8 . ] H.- irripon Hosrt, near BenckenMiein'sGuriifov ' B^^ Partic- ular attention will be paid to letterinc naso, PACKET iPOST* . Small Packages. ancbas Dngorrtotypis, PnmphletSrJ'attcrns, etc., forwarded twice H week I per Stfamor, frum t h i s place to ; i. ll liarls of Germnny. » jt5i_ Tickets forthe lino ol Mail Steamora from New Yorli to Ilnmburg and Bremen, ( KB. I'ickets fiic passage frnm Now Vorit to. Enropo ; a l - ^ O, frum all Enropean Harbors lo N. jw Yort. PbHodol. phia, Bnllimore,' New Orloans," and CibrinuHti, with fne brst p. ichet sailing'^ vessels. and at ibo lowest nuos.. ' il^' Drafte-' to all parts of Germany, Belgiam, Holland, and Switzerland. rtxTwrr^. jvrrxrKsves-^- vtrsr- -- Cdmond " Dexter, - S: 9/ Cbsnowvtli",--^.- V. Twee^- Jiames CalhouQ, , Pollad^' WllBon, Botiert'Andrew, • Cfcas. W. Wfst, Nl W . T h o l a a s j ' ; • Bfiega Swift/ • J o l i n l J T M i n o r , Jobn • Vbecr^ B « .~' 6ata. J . ' H a l o ,' • reSer- A'. White, J. T . W « rren,"'; - Goo." " WUBhlrc er& tefol fin- lh'ebvorxrftlMirnninerQiupationsdDriDi ' a" period'' oif niore Ibiin tweBl!^^ yeiaa: 6, t6e ' FIrtrnien' 8 Inanr- ' s a e e Co. wQI eTer'sttiTO to'iaiiliitatn t h e ^ n b l i c confidence l » » licl6fl, Fii- orland'Marliio,' Tpohovet7 description of • • p r o p e r t y , i s i n e d ' n p tm a^ proved- and. 3ib* MLV tormjLKaLOOlce in. C o m P » n y ' " . B o U d i i ^ t . o n - tHs N . JL c o r - Ber   n and Dey S t r e e t s ,^ N E W YORK. The Bnb- icribera beg leave to Ininrm yon that tbey have ou band lexclHiiiveuf their large slock of men's cloibing) an 6. itontiiQ and welleelected stock uf Yonths:, Boys', in Childrens" Clothing, comprising every varieiy ol Stj- le nnd Material, snitable for City or Cormtry Trade, which tbey offer f. jr ^ ale a t such prices as to defj- competition. Buyers coming lo t h i s maiket will find il to their sdvantngo to coll nnd exnmine our Block before purchasingelscu here. All these arli-: lesare our oirn^ manufaclure, and batinef been s e | . ected and made up nnder ibo supervisiou of th'j Best Talent Ifae Country rnlords, ni. rranI us in noliciiiog tba trade for n share of their patronage. Wealso continue to mannfariiireall kinds of Stocks, Ties, Jitc, of tbo • very latest styles, aud likewise keep a good assortment of - I Tailorin;: Goods, cnnstnntly on hand BFBNHEJ5IER BROTHERS, J n i a i y ISO BriMidwny. S. U. Struuso Jus. tiiroiue. S. H. S1R0. DSE.& BROTHER, aiM; FACT|] BRaa- or • SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS,' . Ami lavenlors of " PATENT CriivED SPRVIO"" Y O K E S H I R T S, ( Patented Cee.-;,-!. I85i>, 1 • ' N0.. 121 Lioerty street. West of Broudwny, ap3.1y.. .';" . • - . .: ' Keiv. 1 ' o r l c. SLOCOINIB, STOWELL"& Co7 -- IMPOtiTEIlS. OF. • British, French Jb German " bRY GOODS FOR M E N ' S WEAR, - •••" No. 36 a u d 37, P n r k Place, jylO'- l. vi NCTV YORK. W. D. CROMWELL IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS FOR MEH'S WEAR, ' 21 i 2,1 Bar* lr, v atreet, I H A i i Pnrk PIoc-, Mn- lv. ' ; NEWYORK. WlLvSON G. HUNT   Io,- 20,- 3- 2, C- I & S C f f t r k Place, c o m e r of C h n r c h a t r e e t, - - jyin- Ty, NEWYORK. Removal of the CL O TH HO U S E of • '. H e r m a n ScUIoss, NEW. yOKK. H AVTNG removed from 3ti,' JLiberty Btr » et, to tao. 62 Cbnrcb, bettveon M'arres and Miirray streets, we beg to inform our friends, cnEtomei- s, nnd t h e publir,- that • we -^ hnll continue nnd ntwaia hnve uo hiind,' K large; well bouirbl, and selected Block of Gl-' 0P" 5. snch un— Cloths. Cafsimeres. Vestir^ gs, etc., " in a ' g r o a t variety, w h i c h we oGCrr for aale a l - tba lowest uinrket prices. ns^ Clolhlers   rouipll> tilled. [ iiug- Viau^ l.' uj ~~ N A T H A l T o T T 11* G I E R ; Dn£ 3b " IDIOT " 1310 R E S P E C T F U L L Y informs I h e pulilic t b a l he h. iH R E M O V ^ ; D from No. 17G H i v i s i ' in s i r r e l , tu No. I 6 l. ndlovi S t r e e i, ew doOTrt fri. m Division a n d Cannl t t j - , N E V Y l i h l i, wbero be Keeps cousianil. v uu i i a n d , s gouii riiriei. v ol , ni'TDP ,31- ivnD ,3':': n ,3' iesD in English aniJ German irnnsLition—. T- S^' S ,! TII « 3 ,} i'?' ori n"& , nnoi: r " Woolen and Silt nir'^ ru, and Italian . D ' s ' ^ i ' ? ! " a ^ ' J i i ps BALTLMORE HOUSES. ^- Co. DALL, G1BB0. NS & CO., COMMISSION MLttCHAN'lS, For i b e bale uf A m e r i c a n Woollens, 1^ 0. ' S. i, BflDover tjtreet, _ nsv20.1y HALTJ_ aiOBE^ " IURMULL, SLADE rco:, C o a u i s s i i i ' s MLOCUANTS, and Agents fur l b s Sbia ol American WooLens, No. I l j South Charles street, my'iD. ly ' BALTIMOBE. iMSTlAllPBIiLL i& to., imporlera of Sritish Dry Goudn a Clothing Gpodft, I - i. N - EVEJai VAEIETy, • 245 &. ' 247, Baliiniore streei, ! m> a>- ly ; BALTIMOBE. ^ . WJy. K. MURDOCJl i'Oi)., ^ I COM- MlSSlOisr. , ilERCHANTS. j m>-:;>- ly BALTIMORE. I fi © " Woollen_& CoJ; ton Goods. i ' ifOi? FMANJ^"&- Xa,' - I Agents f o r . M a n n l a v r i u e r a of ( EoglishT. Gerinan,'^ FreuciiL & Airf> rrcaD Clotlis, Cassimeres, • Doeskins, etc. • • No. 8, NorthCharles si'reet, niy23- ly ' BALTIMORE. .' JOHJV FALOO^' KR, ObmmiSBion M e r c h a n t, Cerner- of iChasiee & Gcnnan'elreets, , . ' ; BALTIJIlOIiE. g, « _ Ens on handifrom ihe Manufacturers, and bi1ei for'Sale, ar their prices — ' DDibirellaB, Traveliug bacs, I Glove? nnd Bosiery, SbirtB, LioenCoIln'is,' Sewing SUt and Tvi let. Dniwrrs, Suspenders, j Miii? hine Srwiifg Silk, Sioikd. Cravuts and- Xiea, j Waddings, Spuol Coiton, - 1 — r - r r * ¥ 1 ¥ " - - o n o vT- nia: Jsac; it-" afrTCCT. 7;.~ Trrro— S T O R A G E , F O R W A ' R J B X ; S E « ^ A^ ii Commission Merchtiri^ si^ andiAgents fbr AJgricvUitrai Implements^ such a s : ; TBES" Hr? fOiiAtIHtNES. REArEBg, CDBii6RijSHigf8. • " Office and Warehouse, oii cbaCanal 6asin.- n'eii: Sli « . ..^ .. Terre- Oante 4 Ricbmond BailVpadI> e^ t^~.- TERKEjaATrrE,. IBfDIAirA. V a. E. B^ Ile.. T ' :.: 1 Si JE. JHAliL. 1E3 & CO, » .———~-... , - . . . — , , . kwv.>.>-'.-—• k,- . . . r^ iSIanuJbctnnrB A Importera Of - ; - B t r l cV peWonal,. i n d prompt, a t t k n t i a b i- pal*. « i » Jatl ! * ? * « * • • * ^ f ; r ' ^ J ! ™ i ^ ^ , S ' S , ' " ' ' J . ' ' . ? ' * i " ^ » ' * " ^ ' ConalKtamebtliforSa? p . TI » OBE.. TIIP V- Cttir-.!^^ i5iTiTii? 3 ^ A. t tii'^- rf^ iyjsic R E " tJ, HAN iUTACJ; VSfiD. B'J • ' W . n . - DO D D- S,- LATE URBAN, DODDS & G a M n n n f a c t n r e r i ' arid Wboleanln Dealers In BOOT^ & SHOES, Np.' 46. " Dey street, •• witl '° n" - - ' • " J V e i C l* OJ'fr.' S. E a hn Conalt^ nmebti! forSa7p"( 9r> Sbipinaat;' tIieBtoln8Tire( atidih « ti> n- l. r ' r-,. i..<-.'. i , ' t .. .. - , A . B.. fir* prontpUr ft'iod. ' -•-' i- r'. Tjikanr • : - . . - ; • • - rzr---,, ; . . ; . ; . • - , . . - . , , • • • iiif.-.-;:- iv--' ipU B i e a {' -\:. v-.- .- It . t ....'- N EW ¥ OSK, t ^"<$ rdMr8 iMosptiy attosdod to: - b b T C l l Streets, S MOKK-* SBSTB00F,- B B R O T J A B P B 0 0 F » I ) " ! T ' P h Proof.- BtJa'- of- bottar wftr'kniniiBbinand mnterials t e a " anv othor 3nf « . m! ulo ih thra'- 6r any other count!?- Having pilrchnscd one h a l f ef fbe above I ' l ' ^ " ' " '' t b e o n t i r r Weil, Nortb ittjd Sonlh weat, a n d bnvlrtg j n ' i cuuipleied OUT Foclorv* w i t h a l l t b e JatMt ImgroreinuBt". " and- haviiitethB « KTrat sofe- maker In t h e weet for l is rii-'" n^ E^. T, we d a i t e r nurselvca t h a t we can p r o d n c e a oclii- r and cbenper/ irtMe IbM- c » n. beJpun4elBewbere. " « •• tbereforeicoiilWebtljHiiVfte & ntfchsSew to e i a m i n e our sMclL; beioFetbWPiig, « laawbei; e,-' ij.'.;. "/, ; •" j****'?'' ^^ eSsSriSii ,1- V",'^^^ ,'/ j.( T, Ji.. i;- r.^.-^- 3y.^ c^ iiiAiiiii  

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