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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - February 17, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 w 1^ •; i * * • 256 T H E I S R A E L I T E. VOLUME 6. IM I i I ' S i '• n • •}>: ' i 1: 1' -. 1-': i | Jl i*?;'! B R O . . B i l l i a r d T a b l e R l a n o T a c t a r e r s, OFFICE— No. 8, Sixth s t r e e t; FACTORY— Corner of Elm and Canal s t r e e t; CINCINNATI, OHIO. T n i S bein? tho largest Billiard Table Manafiictonr In t h e United Statea, t h e proprleior's b e i n g eniiblwl rom their proat facilities, offer goods In t b e i r l i n e t en per cont lower t h a n pricea elsewhere. Koep constantly ou hand aa Improved assortment ol Billiard Tables, ^ v^ th Marble ond Cherry Tops, noanrpassed by nny establishmont in thoConntry. Goodawsr. r a n t e d . Also BilliardCloths, CueB,' Coe Leathers, a n d a l l Other trlmralngB In this line, Wholesole and Betail. Repairing donr BniiBfacloril.^ at uhort n c t i c e . apg^ Paper Box Mannfactory. ES. nB. VRl£ TTA LOHNSBACH, tEecelTer.) ro- o- - j . . pens thiabnsineas, a t t h e Old S t a n d , 117 F i f t h fU. baitneen Vine nnd Bace, known as t ho — Great Western Bonnet Box Manufactory.— The nndrrslgnod requests ber friendn nnd p a t r o n s to r a i l and oxnmine t h o nevir s t o r k , and honor b e r w i t h orders, to which prompt a t t e n t i o n will be p a i d . febSn- lf • H. LOHNHBACn. B v S t a t e A u 1 h o r l f . v! CHOrCE FIRST CLASS INSURANCE BY THB M' I- VCORPOKATLD 1819 CHARTER PEBPETUAli CasU c a p i t a l , !< ii, O00, OO0. ( ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.) With a SurpluJ! of $ l, O. JO, 4' 23 80, And tho prestige of FORTY yeara' aucceaa and experi. ence, theanuiial iueoine being nearly triple t h a t ofany F i r e InaurancoCompany in t h e Unilerf States. f USD BES against Daugor » of Firo and Perils of Navigation, on a s favorable terms aacoBaisteut i t i th solvency uud prolit, —'— _ LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJDSTED ANDPBOMPTLT PAID. U p w a r d s o r S 1 2 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 Of Io » 9ej bavd Luea paid bytbe S^ lnn Insurance Compa. ny, in t b e past 4U y e a r s . fSS'LofoBB paid In Cincinnati d a r i n g pa- st ti » o years, Sl, ji3,0.54 27. BSTAgencies In all t h e principal cities ood townfl tliroughout the Stato. eiS. Acency eetablished in Cincinnnti, I 8 3 5 ; a n t e - d a d n g n l l prCBent Insuranco Companies, and agents in the InBurancei busineaa of this city, 3 4 years. Cou- (• tanc duty here, couibined wilb wealth, experience, e o - lerpriae and liberality, especially conimebd t h e iElna InaurancH Company to l h e favorable patrouage of this i- ninmunity— BCaBdiDg solitary and alone, t b e pole m r . vivor and jiving pioneer © f C i n r i n n a i i Undorv* Titers ol Policies i. BUed without delay, by J . H. CARTER, Agont, No. - 10 Main s t r e o t; H . K '• i'}^ J^ 3^}'' i'F'' ytt . ,{- No. l7I Vine St.; . P A T C H , ABalstant .\ ft n t j ' J . J . Koc^ K Jtiv, » ne c , i' i l i t a n , 0 " « t ° TnmJ^ J y ^ S . BDdR, Aeeot, Covington, K y . ; C. P. BliCHAKAN, Agent, Newport, Ky.; T v . S f . l f H i f f i ' , ' " l^ Tdru! iVe'' rf * ' ' " ' " " " ' ' J . W. O. SmiB- ALL. J Adjusters. B r a n c h O f l i c e , N o . 1 7 1 " V i n e S t . C l n c l n ' t l . t^ s. AIlbu< luessattended tn witbdispntchund fidelity, ocil-' i J. B . S F . N N F . T T , General Agents . C5 W W S3 ^ .1- 1 gP S O w « j O - a =• ^ 2C = T 3 : : 2.=- v " 5 2 2. P » c; i ^ l ^ U " = - . = 2 5 V " 5 H 3 3 . , 3 53 H * =* B < » B « S • » S " - S " a 5 2 = 6 3 _ 5 • 3gi5 2 ^ p a D 9 2 5 o 5 3 -" • 5 = S'i^":  et. All Oliusei o f F i r e and B t a r i a e risks lakou oa t ha Most favorable terma. DIRECTOES: • vr. T." Phipps, Joha D. P a r k , Cbns.- P. Wilrtach, BTenry Uuck. Joshua Jonos, T. H . O . Allon, 8. W. a u e U I n e . J o s e p h How. Z. F r e e m s h , J A U M H . SILTBBS, " WM. T . P U l P P S , Secrotary. President, a n g i l . l y l S. B . PURSBL. StmYBTOB. F i r e m e n ' s I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y, o r CINCINKAVI WCORPOIUTBS 18£ 2. D i r e e i o r s f o r 1 8 5 8 — 6 9. Bdmiuil Oocter, J . 8. Otaonoweth, J". P . Tiree4, Jamea GnlhoQD, Pollock WilaoD, Bobert Andreit, " " Ohiu. "^ V". " KVat, N. W. Thomas, Briggs Swift, J o h n D. K i n u r . ' . John Whetstone. Bam. J . Hale, Peter A. • White, J . T . W a r r e n , Geo. Wilshire. GratefnUbr t h e favors of thel r nnmerons p a t m n s dnrlQi; a period ot more than twenty yoars. tb^ IMramen's l u s u r. nnos Oe. wiU ever strive to muiatain tho pnbljc confide'nre. PoUciea," F i t « and UarlDe, npon everr desoriptioD ttl property, iseaed npon approved and liberal " terms. a^. Offlca i a Company's Bnilding, on t h o N. B . oor. uer ol f r o n t mid U a i n s t s . . Sd story, entrance on Vront. - BSH" BT E . BPKKPBR, Pre*. novlO- ly PHILADELPHIA ADVERT'M'TS ,;;" A:; B.( C> VJE-:^ A3ftJCET^ a. E. CLAQiioDK I. c, rurBB. CLAGHOKN & FRYER, 221 Chestnut street, above 2d [ North sidCj] Importers of English and Scotch Goods, Suitable for the Jobbing & Clothing Trade; Dnndee Osods— of all deseriptions, PHILADELPHLA. M. M. BAYERSDORFER, Monnrarlurer and Dealer in STRAW A PANCY BON. VETS, DRESS CAPS, HEAD DRESSES and MILLINEIIY GOODS in g e n e r a l ; also Kmbroideriea, Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers, Mo. 3L JNorth Second Street, PHILADELPUIA. KB- UiUinera and Merchants aoppUsd n i i b Pattern Bonnets. JeV.;. ly SIMON HEITEB, U M B R E L L A A N D P A R A S O L M a n n f a c t a r e r , N. W. Corner Market and Third streets, Iel2- i3 PUILADELPHIA. lI^ DfiA KUBBEIi CLOTHING •^ t J f l a n i t f a c t u r e r s ' ' JPrices. WilMaEaa Bro^ n^ ia, jon7- ly • 2VJ Church Alley, PHILADELPHIA. losEPinirFKA, Manulaclfirer of - Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, for Jei2iy PHILADELPHIA. CENTRAL MARBLE WORKS CH'S. W. SMTH, No. 218 Court Street, nejr Weaiern Row, CIXClNNATI, OUIO. Monuments, Grave Stones, Tombs, And an kinda of work connected with tfas bnsiness. * S- Ordera f r o n u h e Country attended \ o , and work oxecuieil VIIth neatiib.^ and dispatch. Thnbevtot t/ ltjr- BffeiBuue ^^^ MiUr^ i—" ^ dec."; 0 l y . "~ CA. ST.. mONl^ OxlrM KXTS! | TJ3E nndersigned bogslenve •^ iufprm Ihe public that lie Is prepared lo execnie, 1Q the shortest notice, a ny ii- dar ^ i- an to him, in bis newly eatnbliabsd bnsinGn, if mannfnctiiring Cast- iron Monuments, \ Tomb- Stones Af Vaults. Tbeae Muniimeni!), A c , [ are guarnalied to keep from •" Siting fur 20 years, and ire, so l a r DS regitrda bran. y, much neater, and uliw " i per uent cneaper cuitn lOio of Marble, ofwhich he public can bocrinvinced );- billing nt h i? Bbop. He i » a, for l be greater conw>- lience of the public, placed few samples with Wr. W. fiswell. No. 70 Fourih et. anrt Kreuxburg A Nurre, MT MBIO street, aud moat _ rj » r-^... r„ iij. iovites ail wbo feel inieresled, to cii^ l a n d convince thsDiBnlves FERDINAND DIKCKMANN, jyS.] Il^ rrlaon Road, near Rencksnatnin's GOTiien S^- Particnl'ar attention will be paid to lettering rasD. V E A : r • ^ ' ^ • e*. • - ^ ^ NEW- YORK ADVERTISEM'TS. i^ chSoss B r o t h e r s , Manufacturers o f UMBRELLA^ & PARASOLS, No. 71 Worron Strei? c, jyi- Vv. NEW TORE. waof, K:. s. iM^ J3 CLOTH ING W A R E H O U S E . B E R N H E I M E R B R O T H E R S, Importetsand Jobbers of TAILORING GOODS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, 4 0 . , JUannfacturerBof MEN'S AND BOY'S C L O T H I N G .\ NL> S T O C K S , 10ft BROADWAY, ( between Fnlton and Dey Streets,) N E W YORK. The enbscrlbers beg leave to Infftrm ytii that they bave on band ( excluaivoof their largestock of men's clothing) an ejitenpive and well Bsleried stock of Youths', Bo. vs', & Childrena' Clothing, comprining every varietj ol Style and Material, suitable for City or Couniry Trade, vhich they oiV'.. r for sale at snch pricta as to defy cempeiitlon. Bayers coming to this market nill Rod it to tbcir advantage to call and examine our stock before pnrchasiogelsenbere. Alltheas articles are ourun'n tnannraciure, and h a i i n g been sei. ected and made up under tho Biiperriaion of lhe Beat Talent tbe Conntry affords, warrant ns ia Boliclting the trade for a sbar* uf their patronage. Wealao continue to manofacliifeall kinds of Stocks, Ties, A'c, of Iho very latest styles, and likewise keep a geod assort, ment of Tailoring Goode, conqinnlly on hand BFRNHEIStER BROTHERS, JnI3 ly 159 Broadway. S. H. Stroiue J « B. Slronse. S. H. STROUSE & BUOTHER, MiNrr& rTunEcs o r SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, And In- ventorB of " PATENT CrnTEB SPJUNO'" Y O K E S H I R T S, { Patented Dee. 23, 18' iG,) No. l i l Liiierty street. West of Broadwav, . « P3- Iy Kcw T b r f c . ' SLOCOMB, STOWELL & Co.' IMPORTERS OF Briiish, French & German DRY GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAR, No. 351 and 37, P a r t Place, Jy'O W ^ ly . - D. C R O M W E L L N & E • W C TO o B . K , . IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS FOE HEN'S WEAR. j'ylO- ly. 21 & - 23 B.' U- clny streot, 2i; A 28 Park Place, NEWTORK. FACMET POST* Small Packages, snch as Dngerreotypes, Pamphlets, Patterns, etc., forwarded twice a- week, per Steamer, from t h i s placo to all p a n s of Germany. t i S - T l o t oU for tho lino ol Mail Bteamera from New Vork to Bambar^ and Bronien. B- B- Ticket'" for piitriiiso from New Y o r f t o Enrope ; a l so, iromall Enropein Harbors lo Now Y o r t , Philaclel. phia, B. iltlmcre, NewOrleung. and Oinclnnati, with l he boat p. ickct sailiaf;- veaae, 1s, and at t b a lowest rates. ' S'S- Drafls to all p a r u o( Germaoy, Belgiom, Uollaad, and Switzerland. Bentio § ineyer* FOREIGN EXPRESS AGiiUT, B a n J i l n e r , C o m m i s s i o n a n d V o r i v a r d i n s Office— No. 5 Third Street, onedooreastof lleldolbach, SemsoDgood A Go's. ¥ T S GOVERNMENT PASSPORTS, MAY BE SECURED, K i t h i n Tliree I f a t / s JWttice. BENNO SPEYER. BEPEREN0E8: Heasrs Seldelbach, Seasongood and ^ . s - - - Messra Kln. ne.*,: Espy and Co., Messrs Riodaliopr, Bros, and Co., J o h n Kebler, Es-]., Blesars Johnson, Bros.- bad CoL, Bat> iien. [ Jell- lf SBEWMAKER & CO., S T O R A G E , F O R ' W A V t D I J V j Bv Aud Commission Merchants, anil Agenis ' f o r Agricultural Implements, auch as : THKSHINGMACHmES. REAPERS. COPNOEITSHKRS. Offlc » and ' WRrehonao on t h o Canal SfisTn, n e a r t he Torre- UaaleA Riehmend Railroad Depot, TERRE HAUTE, INDiANA. . strict, parsonal, smd prompt attention paid to all Consignments for Saleor Shlpmont, vritb ample foclU., t, ics t o itisnre satUfacti > n.- A o era p r o m p t l r QUed. " ' ' JnSOly WILSON G. HUNT * Co., IMPORTERS OF WOOLLEN AND OTSER GOODS, Adapted t o M E N ' S WEAR, No. 30, 3- 2, 34 i 30, P a rk Place, c o m t r of Clinrrh street, jylO'Iy. NKW YORK. - Removal o f l h e CLOTH H O U S E of O e r n i a n • Schloss, NEW. YOKK H A'VING removed from 3U, Liberty street, to no. £ 2 Church, between Warreh and Mnrray streets, we bep; lo inform onr friends, cnaioniers, and t he pnblln, that we bhall coniinne and always lia% e on hand, a ljirge, well bonprhl, and Belected stock of GciO^ S. auch as— Cloths, Cafsimeres. Vestings, etc., in a grei^ t variety, wbicb we oBi^ r for solo at t h e lowest market prices. ^^ i^ Olothiersdnd Merchant Tailors, coming to t h i s market, will do well lo examine our aiock. HERRMAN & SCHLOSS. 6' 2 Church strtMii. between Warren A BTiirray sts. If. B.— Store elissed, and no fruniiMs frnii^^ Ird on Salnr. dags. jel2- Cm S i l k House. BOTHSCHJLDi BERNHEIMER k SALOUU . Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods, 9 1 , Liberty Sireet. 4 doors weat of Broadway, NEW YORK. ONSTANTLT on band, n large aud varied ossortmeat of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HOSIERY. GLOVES. AND GENTLEMEN'S FDBNISHING GOODS. New York. OclSl- tf. Joseph BacKel. Lewis Beckel. B E C I L E t . B R O T B E R S, Sacressors of A LBBRT COOK A CO., Importers A Uannfacturon of Spectacles, Optical, Mathematical, and Surveying Instruments, Stereoscopes anci Stereo. scopic Views of all countries, mSaiy Ro. 19 J o h n Street, I t f E W V Q R K STEINER BROTHERS & c a , Ifannfactnrers and Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS & sno'Efs^ No. 46 Dey street, angl 8w J%'' eiv Vork. S. X. Halle. S. Kabn S. E . HAL. L. E & CO., Hannfoctnrers & Impc^ rters of 8te « 4a, Omrat*, Nepbtle « , FDI- IIIBIIIIIE Oooda, A& t Ho. H Barclay Stroet ( Dp Stairs). . NEWYORK. Ord em p t * i a p t l ; attaoded to. IBUC l y O FTICf AK8, ManofaclnrerB , in.| Vhob- ialo De-. il.,. - Gold, Sil. eranri Sleel Spectaciei.-, Goi. l. SuH anri 1 tulehell Eye Gliu^ se^ i; and all olhiT . iriicl.- s aDS^ n !, ing to t h i s branch of tr.- irfe. » ' i"" iaii,. JVo. 6ti< lA BROADWAY. Under the Lulurge Iloiisf, NEW VOIf- N. B.- B11AZILIANPEBBLE. S, wilh or 7riit„„. frnmes. conBtauily on hand. All ord. ra i. nnctmli. attended to. d. r'.-!- f, m TRANK'S" HEBKEW BOOK STolkES"' 185 Diiiaion aud 3 Cedarstreej, NEW YORK " ' ' Pablisber of tfae lateai Ediciona uf & c., & c. , nrijT , ni*? Dn jDN- ii- Tjj w i t h German nna l^ ngliab Tranalr. tiona. Als. j Imvor ler of all Hebrew Boc/ ks publiabed el'iewhMn' ano all uther articlesapperiaining to t h e j p n i s h fi. iiii ' Just now received, aDestanaiiu and ibebMi wIcciM stock ever imported, of Silk and Woolen m.-.'^- a and p r j , . Tim" ^^ oj, , pnDic from ^.' l np to ?, 30 niiiro ,7'^ Bn i p . i-^,' nil cf Vrhich are eelected b. v onr agents in Eiirc- j. e.' o  from Dll iaiun .- UidCaiiol Sia , NEW YOEii' where he keeps conslantly on band, a good « ,\ iieivof ' , m'?' Dn , a'iiinD ,3' i? i: n , a>- iDD in Englis'li ana Gernaan traii^ rlarion— O'sis , niiv3 , I''" BP r.' u ini- iDic Woolen anil Silk mn-' ja, and Iialian BALTIMORE HOUSES. DALL, GIBBOJNS & CO., COMMISSIOI* MERCHANTS, For lbe Sale (- 1 American Woollens, Ho. ' 2' 2, Ucinover Street, > ny29- Iy BALTIMOBE. TUKNBDLL, SLADE & CO., CoHHUBion MEacuA^ Ts, and Agenis for the Sula i i American Woollens, No. 11, South Charles streei, a i y S y y BALTIMOBE. ' KUSS CA31PBELL & CO., " Imporiers of British Dry Goodu & Clothing Good&, IN EVERT V. iiniErT, ' 246 & 247, Baltimore streei, my 29- 1 y BALTIMOBB. - WM. K. MUKDOCil "& Ct)., Gc/ M MISSION MERCH-.\ NTS, my'S. ly BALTIBIOES. I ® " Woollen & Cotton Goods. HOFFMAJ^ IS & CO., Agents for . SlannfHcturen) of English, Gennan, French & Ai! i'> ricaa Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, etc. No. S, North Charles slreei, mygg. ly BALTIMOBE. JOHN FALcoNKit, C o m m i a s i o n M e r c h a n t, Cerner of Charles & German streets, _ . . - BALTIMORE, tgg^^' Sa. B OD band, from the UannEacturera, aud cSsi for aale, at Iheir pricc- s — rmbrellos. Traveling b ^ : , Shirts, Linen Collars, Drawrrs, Suspenders, Stocks, Cravats and Tr « i>, mgyJO- ly ._ Gloioa and Hoaiery, Sewiug Silk andTwi'it. Qla^' bine Sewiug Silk, Waddings, Spool COUOB., lie., . tr , , tc. CLOSK & BHOTHKK, Importers and Dry- Goods Commission Merchants, No. 4, G e r m a n s t r e e i, BALTIMOBB. SILKS AND WOOLLENS. Have always on hand, a aeleci and dtsirable USP^ ment of GOODS adapted lo Blen's Wear. yA- lct HJUh, " CIIASfc  • i n v otker Safo mado in t h i s or a n y other conntry. Having linrclioBcd one half ef t ho " b o " P " " ^ " ' , ' . , Iheontirn We% l, North and Sonth west, and b a r t n g j n " completed onr Factory-,^ i th oil t h e loleatlmproveni » Bn'_. snd having t b e eldest safe- maker in t h e west '<"""* ^ ^ DSg5r. we flatter ourselves thnt wo cnn prodnee a "^""^ and cheaperarticle t h a n can be fonnd clfuwhere. " • therefore, conlidentlj Invite pnrchaaera ' ° " " ? l P i , Btoiik before boyiDg olsdwhere. nuJ » ^.  

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