Cincinnati Israelite, March 9, 1860

Cincinnati Israelite

March 09, 1860

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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - March 9, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio .1 :. r. h ! ' ii: : ij l- fi-< S; f i iar- a F I i^'. K'i iff!- • l l . - ";- - ^ ^•• \ u: kti '- K lltpr-.'- L* I ' Hfa If "' l**' » 3 I li l im fi^!* m •• f ff Ml 280 T H E I S R A E L I T E^ VOLUME 6 B R O . . B i l l i a r d T a ' b l e M a n u f a r t i i r e r B , OFFIOE— No. 8, Si. vth s t r e e t ; . „ , . . FACTORY— Comer of Elm ond Canal s t r e e t, CINCINNATI. OHIO. T H I S being the largest B i l l i a r d T a b l e i l a u n f a c l o i ?^ t h e Dnited SUtes, t h e proprietor's b e i n g unabieei rom t h e i r Ri- eat f. icilities, offer goods in t h e l r b n e t en por cent lower tbnn pricea elaevhere. Keep conitanily on hand an improved assortment ol Billiard Tables, with Marble and Cherry Tops, nnanr. p i ' i e r t byanyi^ tablishment in I h e C n n n t r y . Goodawar. - runted. llboBillinrdCUjthB, Cne » , CneLi- nthers, aiidall other trimminga In thi'i line, Wholetale and E « tail. Itnpnirlng done halisfnctorih nl uhort nolice. angl Paner Box ELanufactory. - . HENRIETTA LOHNSBACH, tKecaiver,) ro- opens tbia basinesa, n t t h e Old S t a n d , 117 F i f t h St. between •^'• ine and Race, known as Iho Great Western Bonnet Dox- MantiTactory.— The iiiidersigned re, iuesla her friendn and palrons £ o roll and qxamino t h e new s t o r k , a n d h o n o f ber with orders, to which p r o m p t a t t e n t i o n • » i l l be paid. feliQn- lf H. LOHN'SBACn. Bv State Anilinrlf. v! CHOICE FIRST CLASS INSDRANCE BY THE PHILADELPHIA ADVERT'M'TS ^ ps. INCORPOKATtr:? 1819 CHARTER PERPETCAL Casb capital, Stt, 00O, O00. ( ABSOLUTE AND CNI. MPAIKED.) With a Surplus of i: i, 0: iO, 4' 27j ". SO, And tbe p r e i l i g e of FORTY years' succccs and experi. ciice, tboauuii. il iiicuiue being uearly Iiiple Ihat ol nny ' i ' i r a I s s u r a n c u Company iu t h e O n i l e J States. • NSDRES against Daogorsef Fite and Perils of Kav- Ji- igiitiun, ou no lavormble t r r n i s abconsisient with aol- Toncv und profit. „_-.., LOSSES m U I T A B L T ADJDSTED ANDPROMPTL'J PA ID. F T p w a r d s o f $ 1 * 3 , 0 0 0 , 0 00 a t los^ ujixave beeu paid b y t b e . £ t u a InsiiranceCcmpa ny, in tbo pust 4u years. • LoS' 303 paid in Cincipnati d n r i n g past firo years, S15r}, 0. j4 27. e ® " AgMicIes in all t h e principal cities nnd towns t h r o u g b o a i the S t a l e. nS- Agency established in Cincinnall, 1 S 2 . ^ t anled a t i u ^ i i l l present Insurance Conipanies. and agenis in tho iHsni- iince businti- n. of t h i s city, 3 * years. Con- Blant d u t y here, corahined wilh wealth, experience, unterprise and liberafcT\', especially commend ibo .. Etna iRSur. iuce Ciimpany l o l h e favorable patronage of this C'lmmunitv— standing solitary and alone, llie sole eur. viv. ir and living pioneer of Cincinnati Underwritorsol 1 S S 5 . Fuiirie^ issued withoat delav, by f . P, ( lAKTER, Agent, \ o . - 10 Moin s t r e e t ; E.. K. L I N D S E r , Ageiit, \ y -^.,-^ v i n e S I .; . A - y . P-^ TCH. AssMaut A z ' n t / ^ " " - " ' " " " ' ° •> J . J. ROOEEK, Agent, Fulton, ( I 7 t b Ward;) P . S . nUSH, .^ geut, Coviugton, K.\.; C P . BUCHANAN, Agent, Noviport, Ky.; W\'' F. S* R^ CV.' l^ TdiliVel- r'^"'' "•" J . W . O . SIMRALL, ) Adjustcis. B r a n d ! O f f i c e , N o . J T I V l i i e S t . C i u c l n ' t i. { lt « _ AIl bn- iinesSHitou. lod tn wilbdispatch and fidelity, o c t i o J. n . r-. ENNETT, Genenil Ag.' nt. * | o " cr2 ! o 0 tf I/- 3 a - sr- 5S Cl S ^ 3 • X = " a o - • 5 5 — i-- d p ^ 53 « . ' ^ = 2. ^. V c o r ' " ^ ^ Cl __ = < ^ 05 pw. ™ '^ - 2 H H P3 s^ o' " 5 m - < c CJ nKFER, RY ' W.' W. Scarborough, Miles Grcciiw. iod, Tvlei- LInvidsun niiil Co. S.' iD.- ivK, J r . , . ind Co., £ ii- lilelliai- lijSwip- e> ri PhMHIL- J.- iinV, TO W. B. Siiiiih and Co. Riiusun, Wilby and Co. niiiineneli, Hill and Co. I^ ui- ed nn. l Sibley. iiliCo. Spriiiger and Wbileman. ^ ryiiue, U( iJui.-| innd Cu. SIIIIT-, Ei- ki^ tein .- ind Co. arATioKaii' INSURANCE COMPANY i . -' i^ KjF CINCINNATI. V C ' a r i n v , I n l a n d T r a n s p o i t a t i o n &. F i r e U l s f c a t a b . r u a t C m - r e ^ i t R a t t s . ' DIRECTOWRniS. : Hopn- orth, J . l l . ROFB, Tbom.- UiK. Biggs, Tliiio. Ong, l l a r c n s Fechheimer, I l e n r y ElirH. lurnur of M. iiaand Front O. E. CLAGIIOB. N... 1. C. rBTCB. CLAGHORN & FRYKU, 221 Chesinut sireet, Above 2d [ North side,] Importers of English and Scotch Goods, Mailable for the Jobbing & Clothing Trade; Dnndee Gsods— of all deseriptions, pniLADELPHIA. ]\ L M. BAYERSDOKFEK, Mnnufacmrer nnd Denier in STRAW A FANCV BONNETS. DBEsS CAPS, HEAD DRESSES and I1IILI. INEGV GOODS in general; alau embroideries. Ribbons, Flunersand Feathers, No. 31 Nonh Second Street, PHILADELPHIA. e'ST' Uilliners and Uerchants supplied wilb Piittem Hontielt. jeT-. Iy SIMON KEITE^ R^ U M B R E L L A A N ' D P A R A t i OL HI a n 11 f n r t n r e r , K. W. Comer Uaiket and Tbir. l ECreeli, jei2ii PHILADELPHIA. C L O T H I N G uflt aJflanufactnrers^ Prices. WliSiaiii Bi'ovFii, Jan7- ly •. il9 Church Alley, PHILADELPHTA. JOSEPrr RIPKA, ManufiictRi- ar of Hea- 77 Fancy Cotton Goods, for jei- j ly PHILADELPHTA. CENTRAL ICH'S. W. SmTH, No. - 21S Pourr s i r e e t , near ' Western Row, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Monuments, Grave Stones, Tombs, And all kind^ of work coanocted ivith tho buEinesa. J t t S ^ r d e r s Irum ibo Codnriy atlendcd.- to, and workexecuted with ui- alnefBuiid'iia{ L&';.' li. Tbobeaiof City Reference giieii. decoO- ly. CAST- JROX MONUMENT!?. TiiGuiiilersigued begs leave to inform Ihci public Ibnt ho is pi- epared to execute, . i& the fliurlest notice, an. v iirdcr given to hiin, in his newly established bll6ine^ s, I uf niaiiiifacliiribg C a s t - i r o n MoMiments, Tomb- Sffihes < J- Vaults. § '~ Tiii- re Alonnnienlh, A c , i r o guarantied to keep from rusting fur - JO. years, nnd 9 , ire, -" u l a r ai* regards beau. I. V, modi neater, and iiUo per iient rheuper IUHP thuteof Marl. lo, ofwhich rlie pnblic can bo convinced by culDug . tl kl4 shop. Bo bas, Tur tlie gre- aler convouieiiceof the public, placed ,-• f ew samples w l i h , l l r . W . IWiHwell, No. 70 F o u r i h ht. fand Kreuilmrg A Nurre, / f i l lluin hireel, and most re- pc.: tfnlly invitos all who feel lUlerented, to ca'l nnd convince iheraselves. FERDINAND DIECKMANN, jy8.] Ilarriaon Road, neap llenckenstein's Gvrden. B ^ P a r t i c u l f i r attention will be paid t< j lettering nasa. 7 - - John Burgoyne, • F . X. Wie- domer, i . D. Walbridge, ^ - i'liaa. L. i l o o r o , - « ".. Robert Munto, ; '^ S. " W. Smith, ' ' T » saii. Offli'o, on t ho S. tN. ' ' B t r e o t , Up S t a i r s. HENRY C. URNEJl, ." ec. I J N O . BURGOYNE, Prea. jii9- ly^ P. A . S P R l C n i A K , S n r v e y o r . Home I n s u r a n c e Company O F C I N C I N N A TL O F F I C E : No. 37 West Third stroot. .\ 11 Class-^ ii of Fire and Marine risks taken on t he Boot favorablo terms. DIRECTORS: v r . T . P h i p p s , John D. P a r k , Chai. F . • Wilstach, U e n t y Mack, Joshua Jones, T. I I . C. Allon, . S. W. Uazelline. J o s e p h How. Z. Fraeman, . TASKS H . SILVCHS, " WM. T . P H I P P S, S e c r e t a r y . ProsiileBt. a u g g l . l y ] S. B. P U B S E I J , SDRIXYOB. ' Firemen's Insnrance Company, OF CTNCIKNATl INCORPOBATBD 1332. D i r e c t o r s f o r 1 8 6 8 — 5 9 . Kdmnnd Dextor, J. 8. Ohnnovretb, J. P . Tvreeii, • Jamea Callioun, Pollock Wilson, Robert Andrsv, Obos. W. • SVest, N. W. Thomns, Briggs Swift. J o l u i n . U i u o r , John WheHBtoss^.^-' S^ isr J . Unio, P o t e r A. W h i t o , J. T." Warren, Geo. W l l a l J r e. Gratefnl forthefnToraoI theirntuneronapiitroiiadnriDg a poriod of more t h a n twenty fears, the Fimmen'B Tneiir. anco CA. will ever atrivo to maintain t ho pnhlie conSdentM. PollcJca, F i r e and Btarlne, • upon every description pf propoity. isaued npon approved and liberal terma. ntjI^ Ofllce in Oompnny'a Building, on t h e N . K. cors e r ot I^ cont and U a l a a l n . , Sd i t o r y , entmnee on Front, B E N B 7 K. SPENCEB. Prea. itc^/ tt. noTlO- ly T E N T AV SrON C R E TE MANOF. iC't^ UJKb BI B . DO'J) D S , i..\ TD SAl. ES Comer of vine ^ n CINCLN NEW- YORK ADVERTISEM'TS. Manvfacturers of nMBRELLASi & PARASOLS. No. 74 Warron Stroet, Jyl- ly. NEW TOfiK. ^•'; s--:- paignjT. gjgpsi? yiy PUTZEL & STEIiV, COMMISSION MKRCHAMS AND DE.\ LEn. S i s ' Grain. Floor, Feed, Whiskey anfl G E A ' E R A L P R O D U C E . & « l i O . 5, K R I E BUILDINGS ' On Dunn.- and Ruade Sis., near N. T. A i ; n R . U. PriziiL, Depi A. STtlN. NEW \ 0U, ' C l , T: n F r. It E N p E s : Malhiaa Clark, Esq., P r c i i i e u t People's Fire Tn., p pany, i- C W. ill s t , f e l . New Yort, Ins. Cim. Charles F. Uutilor, Esq., Pres. People's Bant, Cnnal Mi'cet, Ivew 1 ork, ' '•" o'li Bevnu- s .1: Jlsrclinll. 1* 1 Re. ide slri-,- i. New Yrrl- Drake. HulL. k * Co. WliuluialeGrucers, E. iMon Pa P. S. Uirlicr, E., 1. F. A: BI. Bank, , I. j '^*-' T, R. Sllgicnves, Wh.. b..-. ale Liqoor Dealer do Ilcpiieb Miller, Esq- Prcs. SlroudMburi; Bk biirg. , " P- n. i^ trouds. Ji. liii N. Stokr.^, . Igent Hope E.^ prera 7 H e n r j G . Stii- l.|.|. Ei- q.. Cincinnati, ""' I J . Daniburger, Chlcogn, teblfi- Iy W. Wiilf, Milwaiikie, Freedman, Deiroil. SEMMONS & L CO. n ' J [ i O L , E S . f l . K CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. B E R N H E I M E R B R O T H E R S, Impeirters and Jobbers of TAILORING GOODS, CASSIMERES. VESTIXGS, i C , Alanurectureraof MEN'S AND BOY'S C L O T H I N G ANU> S T O C K S , 199 BROADWAY^ ( hetween Fnllon and Dsr Stroots,) N E W YORK. The BubEcribtirs beg leave to inf « rm yon that Ihey have on hand lexclHsiveeif tbeir largestock uf men's clothing) an extensive and well selected Mock uf Youths', Boys', A- Childrens' Clothing, comprising every varieiy oi Style- and Alaterial, auitable for City or Country Trada, which tbey otT'.< r fur sale at snch prices as tn defy cempeiilion- Buyers coming lo IhiB market will rind it lo their advantage to cnll and exnmine onr atock before pnrchasingelsi- uhero. All these articltis are our owu manufacture, aiid having lieen solecied and made up nnder the anpervisiun of tho Best Talent the Conntry aburds, u a r r a n i ua in soliciting tbe trade for a sharw of their puirouage. Wealso continue to m. innfa.: lureall kinds of Stocks, Ties, A; c., of the- rery latest styles, und likewise keep a good assortment of Tailorin;! Goods, conBtantly en hand BFBNBEIMER BROTHERS, J n l 3 ly lliQ Broadway. S. B. Slrouse Jus, Sirouse. S. H. STROUSE & BROTHER, SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, And ln- venlora © f « ' PATENT CL- BVEII SPEIKQ"- Y O K E S H I R T S, ( Patented I) ec. 2Z, M^ br,,) No. 121 Liiierty street, Wesl of Broadway, ap3- ly ^'^ ly ^ ' o r k . SLOCOMB, STOW~ ELL"~&~ Co.~ IMTOKTERS OF Briiish, French « £• German DRY GOODS FOR MEB'S WEAB, No. C5 and 37, P a r k Place, jylO- ly. NEWTORK. W. D. CROMWELL A- Co. 7~ IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS FOR MEW'S WEAR, ; i A " 23 Barclay street, /^ PTTCI.\ NS, 5I. innf.-, cinrerB and Wholesale Desl- rsl. \ J Gold, ^ rtver.- indSleel Spe- ctacl-,, t.- ol. l,. si,... u° T '" tuisbi- 11 Kii. GI, i.-.. e-; and'all oiber nttkles a r j i : ' i n g l o t h i 6 ' b r . i n c b o f trddf.. """ " P l ' ^ ' l - - N. i GfjOX BROAIAVAY, Und. r the Lnfnrge Iluuie, NEW YORK N. H - B K A / . I l . I A N PEBBLES, vii. b or t i t h ^ m a— r'' n:_':^- ^,-- d-' . u•" """ •' " " ' ' " " ' ' ' ''" " ' ^ " ^ de'.-".-•: j" I'." m'. X KltAXK' I . ' . '. S HEBREW BOOK STOIlEt;" ' Division and 3 Cedarslrei'i, NEW MiRti ' Publiilicr of lbe latest Editions of etc.,, ii'c. tn^-^ sn . m'TDn , an[ nD With Germ- in and EngUsh Trarslalions. Also, Inii.> r. ter of all Hebrew Books pnbli^ bc- d elsewhere and all uther articli- siippertajning to lbe JeiMiiih faiih Ju- it now n- ceived, an extensile and ihe be^' t 8ole<- i. J stork ever imported, of ". « ^ « T Bilk and Woij| y MAN- UFACTDREBS OF - h^^ MEN'S AND BOYS' No. - 11 Dey Si reel, t'ttn^" G!^.: i'::: er. i NEW YORE. I15[, l. lnltrs promptly tilled. [ iiug5- t: iugl,' wi J N A T H A K O T T I U G~ E~ R~ R ESPECTFULLY Informa the pnblic ibai ho haa r .., „ ,- R E M O V ED from No. 17C Divir- ion Uri- et, to No. I 6 Lndlow Slreei, cw doors frum Dlvii, ion and Canal Sts., NEW YUBK, where ho keeps coustantly ou hand, a fecod viu- ieiy of , ni'- Dn ,2'- iiinc , s- t: tvn ,3^ 00 in E- jgllsli aird .. Germau irnDslaiion— irs's ,.-. iiirc ,;'' r" ori no innois" Woolen and Silk nir. « '? H, and Itnliaa JylO- 1y. 26 A 26 Park Place, NEWYORK. 4' Co. BALTLMORE URBAN, DOBDS & CO. " OOMS, Coinmbia Streets, 1, OHIO, WILSON G. HUNT IMPORTERS OF WOOLLEN AND OTHER GOODS, Adapted to MEN'S WEAR, No. 30, 3- 2, .1- 1 A 3tj, Park Place, comer of Chnrch street, j y i n - l r NEW TOUK. Removal of ihe CLOTH HOUSE of D e r n i a n Rcbloss, NEW- YQRK H AVING removed from .10, Liberiy srreot, lo no. C2 Clinich, betneen Warreu ami Mnir. ty streets, wc beg to. infi^ rmour friends, cusioniere, and the publir, that we shall continue aiid alwavs hnve on bund, a Urge, well bouchi, and selected stock of C'lUKS. such as— Cloths. Cassimeres. • Vestings, etc., in a great variety, which we oGTer for snle at tba lowest market pri. res. XSis., Clolhiers and Merchnnt Tailors, coming to t h i s market, wHl do well to exnmii. e our stock. HERRM.'\. N i SCHLOSS, 63 Chnrch atre- ot. between ' n'arren j : Mnrray ats. H. B.— Store closed, and no business Iri- insacted on Saturdays.. JeI'J|.< 3m SilF^ House. BOTnSCniLD, RERNneiUJER & % MOM . Tmporlers and Jobbers of U r y Goods, . 0 1 , Liberty Street, 4 doora woitof Breiadway. NEW YORK. ONSTANTLT un hand, a large and v& rled osaortmetil af STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES. AND GENTLEMEN'S FPRNISHINQ GOODS. Naw York. OclSMf. ? 15^ L^ E^- 186 © S p r i n g - - 1^ 60 CLOSE & MOTHEE, 4 GERMAN STREET, I M P O R T E R S AND D r y Goods Commission SCerchants, H . W E in Store, and are coosiautly receiving, a Isif'' and de- sitable assoilnieut uf BRITISH, FRENCF, A_ ND GERMAN D R Y (. iOOD. « <, Adapted to MEN a nd WOMEN'S WEAR, v, bicbthrj oiler for sale co tbo must liberal terms. CLOSE & BROTHER. febl7 • 4 Germau Street, DA LTl. MOnU DALL, GIBBOJNS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For Ihe Sslo '•' American Woollens, No. 11, South Charles street,' jny29. Jy BALTIMOjtE.^ ~ ROSS CAMPBELL & CO., Impoiters of British Dry Goods & Clothing Gooas, IN EVERY VAttlETY, 245 & 247, Baltimore slreei, _ my29- ly [ BALTlilOU^ WM. K. MDRDOCIl & C< » ., COMMISSION JMERCHANTS, myM- ly BAlll^ C"^ 8 ® " Woollen & Cotton GOOCIB^ Joseph Beckel. Lewis Baekd. • IS MORE F I R E PBOOF.' rnrr. GLAR PROOF, Damp 1 Proof, a n d o f hotler vi'orlciiinnsliiiiand mnterinis ttian anv other Safo made in t h i ? or anv o t h e r conntry. Harlnil; piirchaned one h a l f o f ' t h e above patent lor I h e e u t l n i West, North nnd Sbiilh weRl, nnd having Just comrloted our Factory, tr} tballtbclateslini| irovemuniii. and liRring t ho •. Ideal sufe- makcr In t h e weal for iln nia- DRgrr, we flatterouri- elres ( hat wo IMU prodnee n bolter and cheaperarticle thna r a n be funnd elnewhere. We, therefore, confidently invitB parchnsers lo examine onr I stock before bnying elne^ whpro. inli6 I T I ~ — - 1—• _ 1 aHEWJUKER & CO., S T O R A G E , P O R W A R P I N G , And Commissidh Merchants, and Agents f o r Agricnltnral Implements, such a s : THESHING MACHINE3", PBAPER3, C0RN0EUSHEK8. Office a n d WArehoD^ e nn t h e Canal Baain, ne> ar tho T e r r e - n n n t e & Biehraond Railroad Depct. TERRE HAWTE, INDIANA. s t r i c t ; peraonal, attd ' jirompt a t t e n t i o n paid to all I Constitnments for Sale of- Shipment, with ample facili. tiea to { nsnreaaUsfiiGtlia. I A o ere promptly ftUod, JnZOly B E C K E T - i B R O T S I E R S, SucccRsoTB of ALBERT COOK A CO., Importem 4 Mann& cturern of Spectacles, Optical, Mathematical, and Surveying Instruments, Stereoscopes and Stereo. scopic Views of all countries, m2 « ly No. H> J o h n hireet. N ^-^ wr y p R ^ STEINER BROTHERS & CO.. Mannfaclnrerii and MHiolpsale Dealera in No. 46 Dey Street, angl Cn JVcu) Y'ork. 8. B. Halle. g. Kahn S. E* HALiLiE & CO., Manufactnrera £ Importers of Btoe**, CmvalB, NoektIeK, Fiiraliililiw f l o o d s ^ v . , ^ o . 14 Barclay Streot ( Pn SUOni), 1 NE W YORK. Orders promptly atlsnded to. . mbIS 1 j HOFFMANS & CO., Agents for Manufacturers of . English, German, French & Am'^ ncan Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, etc. No. 8, North Charles street, mySg. ly __ BALT1}^ 0B] R^ JOHN FALCONER, C o m m i s s i o n M e r o h a o ^' Corner of Charles & German sIreetB, BALTlHOlst^^ l ] ^ . B nB on hand, from the Mannlacturets, and tin' Vufiobr rsealllaes, , a Tt mthvenilr iu{ igr irbeaa g— s, Shirls, Linen Collars, Drawers, Suspenders, stocks, Cravuts aud Ties, '~~ mny'tXi- ty Gloves and Hosiery. Sowing S i l t nndTw « l. Machine Sewing SlIB. Waddings, Spool « -*'"" ' A c Ac , Ac. ^— - - m ^ , CHASK & CO., CO'MMISSION MEBCHANTS, for t h e " " ' ! , ' ' ' J , American Cotton and Woollen Goofl* Nos. 10 & 12, German stveci, my 29.1 y BALTlNenJ^ N( « RDJLJLNGER, JSROTBflEB, Importers of . r^- ryrce French and German PRODUCi*, No. 12 W A T B B S T « , HO. 102 LoMBAttD 8T » - NEW TOKK. BAi. Ti « oa « , « • ifgnis^ vf^^ one, L-:. ir::'-. iiiiilBittiiieii^ a i i i i i i i i i i i i l l ^^ ;