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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - March 23, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 • iiliiiJ B ' s i ^ m :• iii^' i'i ;; » '- iVf'^- 296 J . iVI. J3ReNSU: TCK.&. BRO., B i l l i a r d T a b l e J H a n t u f a c t a r e r s, OFKECG— No. 8, S l u t h a t r e e t; PACTOEY— Coraet of Elm nnd Cnnal s t r e e t; CINCINNA TI, OUIO. T HIS beiug the largest- Billiard Table manufactory in the Uniied Stales, the . proprietor's being euabled rom Ihoir great facilltied, offer goods in t h e i r l i u a t en p e r c e n t low- er t h a n prices elsewhere. Koep constantly on h. ind an improved assortmsnt cf Billiard Tables, with Marble and Cherry Tops, unsnrptt^ sed by a o y establishment IntheCountry. Goodswar. ri\ nted. Also BilliardCloths, Cned," Cue Leathers, a n d a l] o t h e r trimmings in tbii> line, TTfaoleaale and Betail. R^ pnlrina done . aatisfaftoril} at ehnrt notice. angl Paoer Box Manufactory. . • jLTRS. HENRIETTA LOHNSBACH, ( Beceiver.) r e - o . - i'lrpetKi this bnslnoss, a t t h e Old S t a n d , IIT F i f t h S t. bdtweau Vine and Raco, known as t ho — G r e a t W e s t e r n B o n n e t B o x M a n a f a c t o r y .— Tho under'ilgned rennests h e r friends and p a t r o n s to call and examine t b e n e v slock, and honor h e r w j t h ordem, to which prompt a t t e n t i o n will be paid. feh- Jfl- tf H. f, OHNfiBACIT. By S t a t e A i i l h o r i t v! CffOICE FIEST CLASS INSURANCE BY THE INCORPORATLD ISI9 CHARTER PERPETUAL Casb c a p i t a l , $ 1,500,000. ( AOSOLPTE AND CNIM P A H t E t ^ 4 ^ = - - ll'l(/ l a net Surplui o/$.'> 14,1 4' J S7, And tho p r e s t i g e of l'' onT) » llM! years' succcasand eTperieiice. ilieaniiii. il income being nearly triple t h a t of a ny Fire Inaurunco Company in t h o Uniied Sidles. t NSURES against Dangersof Fire and Perils of NaTigiiliou, uii as lavur. ible trnuBascuuslatenl with sol- Toncy and p r o d l, LOSSES EliUlTABLV ADJUSTED ANDPROMPTLl PA 1 D. Vpward!!) o r $ 1 3 , 0 0 0 , 0 00 Of losles havo been | mid by I ho SLtua- Insurance Compa ny, in thu -, inst 41 years. BC^ Lossiss paid in Cinciunaii duriog pi>? t Bre y c i r s, Pl77,6T; i 4S. l! iS~.^ Ereni.- ieB In all the principal ritUs and towns throiigh.' iut the S t a i e . t) tjV^ i; eD'- y establiahed i n Cincinnati, 1 8 2 5 ; a n t e - d. aiui; all [ ircient Insurance Cumpiuie^, and a g r nM in lli. 3 ludiirnuce biislner") of t h i s ciiv. 3 5 je. iro. Connliinl diiiy liere, combined with wealth, c\ peii » uce. e n . . ti- rprise nn. i liberaliiy, especi. illy commend the . Erna Insiir- Liico Company lo t h e f. ivoiable palrpiiupe of line C'lmoiunicv—< tn. iiding solitary and aloue, tlio Bole survivor and l i v i ng pioneer of C i n r i n n a i i Underwriiera ol 1 8 3 5 t . .. •- _ Fpliiiles isjiiied wiihout delay, by . . . . ti"-..   ? ' - 5 • 5 :- i : 5.-<; B- O.- ' O tr ---. o :- » RrrEH, ' B \ Vf. ' W. Scnrbniough, . jllilps Greenw., ud, Tyl. jr D. iyidKoii imd Co. .^. Pavi- i J r . , and Cn., PF. RMr. S-' iJtON, TO ^ V. D- Pniilh and Co. Ki. w,.. n. \ V, H„ nml Co. llnnneiM- 11, HillimdCo. • 7." • TV." i'L'" L:""" ••""', ''•• » e.- dnn.| Pili| ev, Uc. iJplb  nU(.- oiidiCo. Spriupernnd \^. biiemiin, ^ ynn.), H. iiiif„ and Co. _ Sii^ irf, J i r k ^ i n nnd Co TtTA HON AL INSUBANCE COMPANY M a r i n e , I n l a n d T r a n s p o r t a t i o n & . F t rc iC- taKs t a k e n a t C i i r i - e u t R a t es DIRECTORS: Jnti- a ' pnritoyoe, K. X,, VVimleiner, J : D . Wjlliridge, ^ Chivs. St.. Moure, .• Rijberl Moore," ^ a: W. aitnilb. Wm, Hspworih, J . L. Rosa, ThomnHU. Diggs, Thus. Onir, - . Marcus Fethheimer, Uenr. v. Ellid. ' i^' Otfli- e, on t ho S. W. t o n i e r of Main and F r o nt • StrrettTUp SCn irs. - - ' i l E N U Y - 0 , ' , l I R i r E l S , f| ec. I J N O . BrBGOVNE, rrea. JiiO- ly. - ' - ^ P . A. S g R I G i « A N , S - . ; r - . - = y o r . Ilome Insurance Ctnnpanv. ;. ,.;•-.: , oJ? GLVCINNATI. 1- >. - 1 a P F I O E : No. .37 West Third . street. : - All' Clih- irn'Of Fire ond' M a r i n e ri^ ks token oa t be most favorable terms. • • - - DIRECTOBS: w-.;_ T, Phlppp, , John'D..' P « rk, , . Chaa, F . Wilitaeh, Kaiiry MACIC, ' Jujb nil J o n e s , T. H. C. Alton, S,.^ V.. U. i2.^ tiliie, JosephTHow-. . Z. VrcaniaB, ,: . J. i. 3ir « t l . Sib'TEa'i,' ,• WM. T . p m T ' ' P 8 , V..' "•'- ' SocrBtaryl ' rrosl'd'ent.. - . " " g g ' - ^ y ] - . - . . : ,' 3 , B. f U B S f i L . StmvSTjui. . Firemen^ s Inusc^ rajqice CJompany^ , , ,.,'. K> v ciNCiHNA- iaC- AiwwAsb'iiTED'isaa:, , , ;' j J -. -| Oi « (; for « / pr 1 8 6 8 — o 9. EaojHwdnexiM, J ' . S . Ctionowelh, J . F . Tweorf, "^^ Jatno » Oalhonn, T'oDoclr WIISOD. Robert A n J r t w.  ? bfttor City l.' erereni'C glieii. ' - de.:-' JJy. . CAST- ntON'jfONWl ENT. S. THJ: undersigned bpfislpate to inform ihe public thai ha'is preplirod' to exei'Uie, OH'tbe fhr. rtesl hotiee, nn. iiirder given t o hini, in hi* I liewly c;? tabliahed biisiuead, , i(. raapiirucliiring . Ctzsi- iron Monuments, Tomb- Stones ^ Vaults. '- These Blonnmenls. Ar.. iirdgnHrnntird to keep from riidtlng fur '- 0 years, nnd I 4re, ub Inr a s regard^ b^ itn- I ty, ma. cb neater, and " I . n I - 25 per"" renI rfieuper rimn I those of Marble, of n h l rh I fho public can lioconiineeil by culling at hid hhup. He has, for iho g r e a t e r convo- ( nienceof tho publir. phiced ( i^ few sampled with Mr. W. WiBwell, No. 70 F o u r i h st. and I  d e w r t p S s ^ j property, issned apon aRproyed o s d H b o i i l ^ e r r a S " '*• " ^ ^ ^ ^ $ ^ » ' ? ^ ' " ' " " ^ " ' " ' i ' K . o a the W;' if,' cQr. •• -^ . - . - . - . - , -. 1. . SBM^ y, B. flPSN. CPli,-. J> r « ^^ • ' ^ ' . aiiOf^ sg URBAN, JilDS& Gfl. SAJLES.^& OOMS, Corner of Vine J r id Coinmbia Streets. CINCINJSATI, OHIO; . . . . ., • I S MOBE F I R E P:^ Ojaj;,.- BrtlGLAB ? K0OF, ibimp I rrouf, at » d. oriettor£ VioriimanshinandmatetisIs than nnv o t h e r Safe lUJulo i n . ^ I g , i i r ahy.' dthar ccwutr^- o; ' Having pnrcba « ed oros Lalf. ef ihp above, patent W the Biiliro VlJt- sU N c « h andjiontli west, nnd IiayiPK Jnst cumrIel « d. « i « ' Jactor. v, wiih9ll t h e latest impro'vomMia. Biid havingtbeelfcajtdv^ fe- jnak'er in ihe'weHiJ- or Ita- ipo. n a g ? r „ y a J l ^ t o r t m r » e l . ^ ^ t V t wecan proiluc^ A bftier nnd cheaper ar iicle thauvlSan bo fonnd elsewhere. We, therefore, confidentl!! invl » B'> nrcbnsera to ejiamine onr atoch ' iorBtee: bny. icg;^ l^^ t4l$ g. ••-.:^^-;;,'-.;? nihMy '. • And•^ mmis. si^^^ ercKant. t, arid'- Agenis r. I fon. Agdfniltii'riiirMptementsiJuch.. as : THESHrSG MAta] 3< jiteSS6skpERS, COKNCRCJSHEBS. Office and Wiutihonw'fifttho Canal Basiii,- near t h e • T o r r a - n a n t a & I U ^ o n d R a f l r o i d D e p c t , -• • TEEEEB* 1i^; IJrDlA] ffA. .-•• S t r i c t , persoaaJj^ snirt^ Wnpt a t i a n t i i n ' . p a j d : t o a ll " . ip- tneat^ wUh ample faoill- •^ jfSii'- NEW- YORK ADVERTISERPTS. Manufacturers ' of UMBRELLAJ2 & PARASOLS, jyi'i. v.. No. 74 Wan- on Street, NEW YORK. T" IT gjiqivj miina^ sir^ wsfma^ tJ} A<^ i^^^ S& f^^ xi- jaoM. f: s, iL, E C L O T H I N G W A R E H O DSE. B E R N H F . I I t l E R BROTUKRS, Imiiorters and Jabbers of TAILOBING GOODS, CASSIMERES, VKSTLNOS, & 0-, JHannfacturersOf MEN'S AND BOY'S - C L O T H I N G ANU) S T O C K S , 109 BROADWAY, ( between Fnlton and Dey Streets,) NEWYORK. The snbFcribers beg leave to infsrm yoa t h a t they have ou hand ( exclusive of tbeir largestock of men's clothing) an extensive and well sulecled stock of Youths', Bojp', & Childrens' Clothing, comprising every variety ol Style and Blaleriiil, Bnitublo for City or Country Trade, which thoy offtti . for. sale at such prices as 10 defy cempeliiion. Buyers coming- to t b i s market will find il to their advantage to call and exam Ine our stock before pnrcbasingelaewhere. Alltbese article^ are our own manufacture, and. having bseD s o l . ected and made np under th:: Bupenridion of tbo Best Talent t h e Country afl^. rJs, warrant us in soliciting t he trade for a s h a r e of t h e i r patronago. Wealso continue to mannfacture all kinds cf Stocks, Ties, A'o.,; • - o f t h e very latest styles, and likowide keep a good asaortm e u t o f ' failorinp Goods, constantly an hand BFRNHEIMER BBOTHEBS^ JSn. l 3H1. y Stronse..., 103 Br. o. Jaoddw. n. Sv. t ronse.- IS. H. SmOUSE. & BROTH EH, SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, And Inventors of " PATENT CCBVEB ' Sfiuio" Y O K E S H I R T S , ( Pntniffd Dre. 23, 1358,) • No. 121 Liberty- street, West of Broadway, _ ap3- ly ' ' BToiF V o r T s. " SLOCOMB, STOWELL & Co. IMPORTERS OF - - Briiish, French   triee; . , , m5& ly.-- ',-. MoiI9 John Street, y j a j v " j - Q R J^' S^ TEINEB., . ES6TJEJERS~ 5r- G'o;. ' - c -..,;-^ No. 46 Dey Ktreet, " i .-- 7 '_ Bn? i_ « n;. . JVew •'• Voi* Jt. • ' 8. E E . . H H a a l l ii e k . , • - • . . • ' - ' - ; . ; - - - - ;•:, '^ rr^^^-^ TEi^' .:..;. S..' E/" HAI. tE Si.''' c(). 7 Manafiictnrers A Impbrtom of ^ ' ,-:••: ,^; i;" Mo.' 14BircIay Streot (~ - ^ • - ' i l - ^ i . : ^ - : - ; : J V E W YC ordws pr9aj. tix » * t « te » : » o: 1.:_.,.,, ;^,;: V^ « jr PUTZEL « fc STEiN COMMISSION MERCHANTS « - - c, •^"••'' J? « ^^'' f: ts l. v '•^ J Gram, Flour, Feed, Whiskey, and GEfWERAlL PRODUCE i r ' on D n . ^ » n d \ m L * ? u e W { ' I ' / H ' „'• M. Pin/. i; L, TtlVXTT   ' ' * r k . ' " ' ' - ''"-^- ''"'^•"•^ • ' - " ' . Canal" RevBii- iA Man. hall, ISl • Readesfrei- I. New v „ , i , . - DreVe, UuIicfc. tCo. WhLl- aleGrocerd E J I H , ' n ' r - 8 . Michsr, E. q. F. A M. B.' mk. "'^"' tio "' ^''•' ' T- R-^ Sitgieaveo, Whoiesnle Liqnor Dealer ri. " " Z V P " ' " " " """• ^ " ' ^ ' - • " ' » l " ' % Bk'.' siroud,.:. ' H e ' n % ^ C . ' » . . T ? . ' , t e = r ^ ' ' C. W. Wolf, Milwankia. \ J . Hambnrcor Chir, T. Freedman, Deiroil.. " luDnrgor, Lhicago, - ,. ; sEMAroNs">~ car~"^^' 0 1 T ' , 9 ^ * ] * ^ ' Mnnnractiirers and Wh, jl„ ale VmUn In . y o d . S i l v e r ^ n d Steel Spe( Uacle,; t3old, SleeUnd w " toifhell l : j e G U f « d ; and all other a r l i ^ f e d i p L i i I ?. lug^ o this branch of trade. appein,,,. No. G69A BROADWAY • N. B:^-" l5' R,;^ zk\' i', 5 « " pE « BTi: ES^^^ Il/^?^,,,„„, —-— ' oe,: i;' t:. iii. ^^,^^' JV'^ HERKEVV BOOirSTORE?- 1, n . ' \ ' " ' ' V ' ' ' . ° ° ' ' " ' * " " ^ ^ ' ' ' " ' " * " ' " - W EW IORK ' Publiiher of tbe lateai Editions of ''"""• i A'C, « tc. , nnj.- i . niVDn ,3'-^ I, ID Wilh Germnn and English Tr. in- lmions. Al-,., Imr„;. l - r o f 111 Hebrew Bonks published e l . e i . h . i „ ^ " J 7, other ariicl,>., « p,, r- r: i. iuing lo the J e n i - h („„ h 7 . Just now n- ceiifed, an o i t c n s i v o a n d tfae bthu seltrfi- ii stock ever imported, of sf'tcTrS Silk ajid Woolen .• ii.-^ i'' a and PX> X, min .^^ p . nntn- from S. I 11 j , to $ r. O niruc , r^ oP Ac, i'o' .- ill of which are selet-:, d by c u r openfd in Eiin- pe D'a-^ i- i a'jnr. K ivijl Lc received in doe eea son to e n a b l - qs t « send t h tm to all part^ ol ilie- Bmifd ' V " C Oanadaa, to a r r i v e Ihere at tbe ^- anle- f iim ™ Wew York. on- 26- tr. " ^^^ VMER& GR0s « ^ j^ ' MANUrACTUBEBS OF -^ MEN'S AND BOYS' ^ ^ C X i O T H l M © , No. - 11 D e y U i r e e t, i:^;^^: izir. \ . NEW YORK. ta: SU.'> i'dera promptly tilled. [ ang5- mig 1,' w - NAT H A 17 O T T I & G E B , DnsD " nDiDi " laiD' R ESPECTFULLY informd the pnblic thut bo has RKMOVKD from No. 176 " Divisiou s i r e e i , to M o . ' IO Lndlow SirfM, ew doors from Divisiou and Ciraal Sts , NEW VOKb, n h e r o he keep constantly on b u i d , a good variety of . , ni';" B. i , a'^^ 7nD , D'i;' cn ,0' IOD in Snglisfa' niid German . translaiiun— n^> x^> s , nwiiD , p''' Dn n'e , rnDis' Woolen and . Silk mr'" Jt3, and lulian . 0 ' 3 ' ' ^ ' ? T D'Jl-^ PN BALTIMORE HOUSEST"" - BALL, GIBBOiNS & CO.,- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Tor t h e Sals pf- Ameiican Woollens, No. 22, Hanover Street, - my29.1y - BAtTIMdRS^' lUKNBULL, SLADi; &, C0„; C01IIII85IO. N HtBCHiNT^, and Agents for tho Ssl « . e> American WooUeus, N o . 1 1 , S o u t h C h a r l e s s i r e e t, iny29- ly BALTIMOBB... KOSS CAMPBELL & CO., Importers of Sritish Dry Goods a Clotblug Goods. IN. EVERY VARtETF, 245 & 24V, Balttmore street, . ! mv29.1y BALIIMOBA WM. F. MUHDOCII & CO..- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, mylW- ly BALTIMOBB, S^' Woollen & Cotton Goods. HOFFMANS & CO., ._ . Agents for Mannfacturers of English, German, French & Awricaa Cloths, Cassuneres, . Doeskins, etc. myl- J- ly ' N o . 8, N o r t b C h a r l e s s i r e e t, BALTIMORE. ' " J O H J V FALCON EK, C o m m i s s i o n . M e r c h a n t , ' Cerner of Charles & Gertnnn ptreets, • BALTJMOUT:;-: igS. Has on hmnh'froni'- tiTo- Manufai.- lari'riii and OBM for sale, at thoir prices — UnihrellsB, Tr. iivling baga, Shirise Linen Cotlme, Iirnwery, SnBp. 4nilerB, Stoclfi), CnivaiB a n i TJes, ' ihii'v'. i9. I. V Gloves and Hosiery, Sen rag Silk ond TwInt. Mni'liino Sew i r j : Silt, Wa/ ldiugs, Spool foltoB. * c - , , t i - , i r . , ^ BICEVCIJASE & CO., COMMISSION 3IEBCHANT. 1. for ( he sale of American Cotton- aind Woollen Goodrf, Noa. 10 &. 12, G e r m a n s t r e e t, m?^ 1- tv • ' • . BAtCTlKOBE- l^ Ai( i » RDLiini « £ K, BROITHEB, ' ' Importers of French and Gerraan PRODUGi;,: No. 12 W A T S B STB.' - NKW YdKK : il6.' lii2 LOMBAJU' 6 » B.; f i i J T h KR'Sj 7. MKR CAN'T? I ' E . Writing, ' fiecord': and... C, o^ fifg - .•.-'. FI. UII>"-. TWI£ S,.' .. . • 7 V . . • i Maitufactured • by - • J- AM- ES . J,- BUT. J[ iE, R,. AoENT, . ' '••• 3 B - V 1 N B - S T B B B T . • -. --. F J : usb By « iO0O MorchantB- an* Bankers'. ^ Tor Hals W SOOstatioaetsatid'neniitaTincd- ofiasfS In CiacinnBll, KSd thTOn^ bBbfli « | Sbntlia! inf'.' fl' « ili'-'. Ora » rt soUcitea. J I c^ MiatD.  

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