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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - March 30, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 u • - _ - - • . - . ' . - • ^ • j . r - - « | ill iPfi'P:' ilM^' • il'ipii . t&' Ji ?^^ 8 « ' ' i-^ i. r.'.' f , | f N ' ^ t S - - i ^ ^ 1 ' I^ Ml .' l l : ' jel j8t i{ S-'- i fm W Wl 1% 3D4 B R U N S W I C K & B R O . , B i l l i a r d T a b l e M a n o f i i c t a r e r s , ' " OrriCE— Nu. 8, Sixih s l r e e i; FACTORY— Cornerof Elm and C- ana! b t r e e t; CINCINNATI, OBIO. ' T HIS being th'. I'lrg.- st Billiard Tubl.? Mf. nuf. iclpryli the DnitL'.] States, iho proprietor's being eiiaule--) T,^ m their g i e a t f.. c; iiti.? s, olKr g.' oils in t h e i r l i n o let. per cent lower than prices elsewhere. Keep constantly on hand au improved assortment ol BiUlard Tables, uilh MorMe and Cherry Tops, cnsiirp u s ' j d by onv establishment in iheCoiratry. Gooilswnrranled. Also Billi& rdCloiha, Caes. Cite Leuiherp, and a l l o t h e r trimmings in Ihis line, Whoiesnle nnd Retail. R'> nnlrinii done - atii- fiicterili at short notice. angl Paber Bos Manufactory. M RS HENBIETTA LOHNSBACH, iBeceiver. Wo. opoas this business, i t cho Old S t a n d , 117 F i f i h St. • between Vine and Knee, known as t h e Great Western Donnet Cos Mfinufaclory.— The iiBdorsigned request'; her i'riends and p a t r o n s to - call and exuHiino t ho new slock, andVionor her w i th or- \ i e r s , to which p.- ompt atti'Dtion will be paid. ,-„ f.:„. tr "" n. L'jHNSBAcn. ft. v S ' t a t e Ant 1 i o r i t > ' ! CHOICE FIRST CLASS INSDRANCE BTTHE IHCOEPORATLD 181' J CHARTILR P E R P E T I - AL C a s S i c a p i t a ! , Sl,.' s00, « « > 0. - ^ _ - ( ABSOLUTE AND UNIM PAIP- ED.) With a net Surplus o/ y. jl4,14: 2 isT, A n d l h e p r e s l i g e o f r o a i V'JM: year-,' sue-.- c un. i e i p t r i - eiice, Lheanuu'al income being nemly Miple t i i s t ol any I ' l r e Iniiirnnee L'uiupany in l b e Uiiii.; J S'. uici-' t NSURES against Daagers'e^ f Fire and Pi- filE, of ^ u v . iSution, un us lavoruble t r i m s hsconsisleui with fOivency und prolit. '- LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED ANDPROMPTL^ k PAID. l T p w a r d ! 9 o f S i l 3 , 0 0 0 , © 00 Of losjeifaave beeu paid b y t b e . Etna loaiirauca Compa ny. In t h e iJ. uil 11 j e . i r s . 05?" Lo3ses paid iu Ciricinnaii during past Ijvo yeiirs, 8177,073 4S. GiBTAgenciee in all lhe principal cilies and t o n us tHrouj; liout the Siuto. « igj_.\ geucy esiablirli'? ri in Cincinnati, I S a . " ; ; nnie. 4x1111,7 ail pret'ont Insurance Cenip. ini.:-, ntid. i. geiils in me I i i s a r j n c j busini'f^ i of Iliis Cii>. 3 5 . veari-. Con. smnt duly here, combined v> itli. wealth, e i | . e r i e n c e . e n - tefurlse an. l lllieralily. e, peciJll.^ coiiunenri llie y'Lina Insurance C'Smi'Mny lo t b e fivural. ie piilii. n.' iEe of this C'lmuiaiiitv— jl^^ ding Bolilar\ nml alone, ilnj tele s u r . Mv.. n- and living pioiieer of Ciii.- iuiiati Un. lerwi Iters ol ) IS'. 25,. PoliiJeaiasqoiS without deljy, by • ., C A i m ; E . * , t H N P S E i ' , Agen;. s, No. W Main St.; • a a f N o , 171 Vine S t .: J . J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton, ( 1711. Ward;) P. S. BUSH, Ag.- Jil, C'vingtOD, Ky.; C. P. BUCHANAN, Ageut, Ncivpcrt, K y . ; J . W. O- SiaiTtALL, J ''^  i - i S3 2! 5" y- W ' ^ T ~ ^ - :; > CO = q5D s - 3 •- jn 3 • c-! f S - ^ ? "^ 5 2. ^ -. » • • - 1 - - 2S . . a-. 1^ &."" - r- XX. 3 - a p a ' B " 0 5 5 • — 1 ^ ' . : i3 r " ^ ' ; — 1 ^' f' o . 1 m cp '= 5 F i - : p r i i . BV W- W. Hcarl, i, rouL- h, ' btW-^ On-. i nvsMOd, Tyljr UAiiiio.- n ai S. l l „ i i s , J Iioi. I.! l b a d W y n n e , H r . , liod i, S » * A^. or a im El i\\ d Co. Co., gu'Hi. tC , a Cl.. ?, T = = =•=??  = - ' f S . - i S • sfl^- siiss* •^ « ^ ? 3 & = 3 3 1^ -* ^ ^ ^ -. J 3. = r *'^' 3| sl. 2'? 3f; %- M'- rUll ' z^-^' i^- r- l^ l.' . ^ ^ a - - ; ? - 1 ^ - - ": D : : : : ir- H!"- J - O > rt , ^ a |. 3fO I 3 t j c£ ^ " o _ = , : = =. 3 = . = 5 " 3 "= '=; '= '— " c ' - ' - rEP.. vii. ssi( i. s-, TO W, B. Smith nu. l Ci Ki. uE. bn, W i l l . v iiiiii l l u c n e i ' w e l l , Uill uui T ' l i - fd , iiirt b i l i l e v. ' o . S p r l u E L r a n d > A b i l e i'Tiir,', F. ckelein a n d icasi* m C - - ' ' ^ g f9 1 . Co. I C o . m n n . Cu. T H E I S R A J b : L I T E. VOLUME 6~ PHILADELPHIA ADVERT'M'TS NEW- YOJIK VADVERTISEM'TS. Manufacturers of UMBRELLAS ^ 1> ARAS0LS, j y i ' J y . No. T'l Waribn Sipjet, NEW VORE. O. E. CLA- JlKiCM...... I. •'.. VBYBE. CLAGHORN & PRYEll, 2" 21 Chestnut alreet, above 2d [ North side,] Importers of English and Scotch Goods, Suitable Ibr lhe Jobbing & Cloihing Trade; Dundee Goods— ofall descrlpiioti!!, PHIL. ADELPHIA. . i\ i. ?. r. BAYERSDORFER, - Uanurai: tiu- er and Dealer !• STEAW A FANCV BONNETS, DRE,- S CAPS, HEAD DEtSSES nnd MILLLNERY GOiiDS in geui^ ral ; ulso Embroideries, Bibbons, Fluuersaod Feaibers, No. 31 North Second Sireet. PHILADELPHIA. t f S - Slillmera and Uerchants supplied u u b p. iVem Bonnets. ' jel'- i. ly SIMON HEITER^ UM B R E L L A A N D P A K A y O L A l n n u r a e t i u - e r , N. W. Comer Murkoiand Third strireia, jei'j- i2 PUILADELPUI. i. GLOTHIJSH^ t i s • I l a n u f a c i u r e r s ^ S^ rsces. WsBltfiifia - ISFOWM, • ' '. iiy Church .\]\ ey, - janTIy '_ FH 1L.\ DELPHI.\. JOSKlTf RIPKA, - ilIiiuuractHirr of ••• Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, for jei2iy rH. ILADELPmA. PUTZEL & STEIN, COMMISSION TCRCilANTS A- ND DEALER- S IN ' Grain. Flour, Feed, Wbiskey, ahfl n E i- Eiinvi- Es : Malhiis ClCirk, E, q., Pn- siiitnt I'l- ople's Fire Inn ( Vlimy, CC Mall - iieel, N.; u YoiK. ^ ue- Uua. Cbarle? F. n i i n t e r , Es,] , i'les. People's Bsiih, Canil Mit-.' l, Trii.- y. Yurk, tl- rvoi.- i li Mirshall, l? l Rcide sireet, NCA York Iir. ik.-. J l n l l i k i Co. Wb& le. ii( o Grocers, E i . ; ' - u ' BU. P. S. Miei. cr, r. oi). F- Jt M. Bank, , io ' ' T R. Siigiijvefl, Wbi'le-.'. le Li.( iji) r Dejler, d. j PepueS illilicr, Et'i- Pres. Struudsburg Bk. Siroudi Luig. P a . Julin N. SiolifP, .\:; cnt Hope Express, Henry G- Sin'l'el. E-. 1-, Ciricinnau, r . W Wolf, aiiluauM.?, T. Freed un- Ji, Del roil- , lul- lO'lt da J. Uamhurger, Chicaje,' SEMJMONS & z COT CENTRAL BLBWOEPi; ' cirs. w. - 4^-'?•"•^ lI•^ Ptrtrri, near Wec[..- ru ClNCINNAII, OUIO. SMITH, Ruvv, Moiuiiiiem.'?, KAIIOKAL INSURANCE COMPANY UF CINCINNATI. n i i e - r l n c , T a J n i i i ] T r n i i s p c r t n t l o n &, F i r * K l u k d t a b e i i a t C u r r e n t K a t es DIBSCTOES: J o h n Burgoyn- J, Win. Hopwcrth, F. X. Windemer, J. L. Ross, J . D. Walbri. Ue, Thoiu- js R. Bigg « , Chas. L. HlouVe, The*. Ong, • R. jhfirt Moijra, Marcus Vecliheimer, S. TV. S m i t h , Henry Ellis. tfg_ Orlli- e, on tho S. Vf. c- oruer of Main and F r o nt Islreei, Up- Staira. HENEV O. UKNEB, SPI.-. I J N O . BURGOYNE, Proa j u ' j - l y . P. A . S P K » C 1 1 I . \ N , . S i i r - v p s - o r. H o m e I n s u r a n c e C o s n p a ny OF CINCINNATI. O F F I C E : No. 37 Weat Third atreet. AH Ol. 1s3.3s of I'ire and Aliirino liMka taken on tho moat favorakle terms. DIRECTORS: W. T. Phlppa, John D. P a r k , Chas. F. WlMach, Dwiiry^ Bl- ick, Joahim Joii.^- i, T. H- O. Allen, E- W. Hs.. i3liin9. J o s e p h How. Z. Freorann, J. i. » r. 3 H. SiLveitF, " Wu. T . P U l P P S. S e c r o t a r y . President. aiiggl." ly] 3. B . PTJBSEL, SuBVE- roit. F i r e n a e n ' s f n s n r a n c e Company, Off CINCINNATI wooBPOnATim IS32. D i r e c t o r s f o r 185S— 59.~ Edmund Dextsr, J.; 8. Chonowetfa, J . P. Tweed, JameaCnlh. jQD, Pollock Wilsiw, Bobert JJndrow, Oh. x^, W. West, N. W. Thomas, Briggs Swift, J o h n D. minor, John Wbetstono. Sam. J . . Hale,' ' - I ' e t o r A; White, J. T. W'a'rren, Geo. Wilshire". Jmlcfnl for tjiofave'tftof theirnnifii^ roas pHtniiis'iliirinp a period r. findro t h i a twenty ye. » rs, thii Firum^ ii'a In » . irauc « Cji. will oyer Btrive to m i i i i t u u lbe puMle- coiifuienro rollriea. Fire and Marino, upn. 1 nycrv'd.^'-,.- T. iptioa of propi I t y , ish'iej iip. un approved nritlli'heirai Tei ni3. v ' a  IH-- IUI Oit. v Kei'ercu-. e 11'•''"• r- d—,: i"\ y. CAST- IKON MONl.-. MENTS. THE un- Jersigocd beqsb- nvo to iniorm ih, 3 public tli it he is pr-. p, ire. i I" c\ ecm.., ,. in th.. i. h.". rl';- st nolii.., i. nv i>;' de. r glwn to him. in liis neivly ncilulili'. ijCJ bhEiue.:!,, ui' mniiuincliiiiag C- i2^ t- iro/ i Mc- nnnunis, Tt. mb- Str.- Ttrs iJ' Vault.-:. Th- io Mnciiimtni^, i c , nre pL-. iraiitird to k t ^ p fruin riJsnrjp' fnr 20 y,:. i. rs, iin, J . tre, S':> l a r riii re^^' i^ rds Li « u- Hty, much ne- aler. nnd nl-^ | 25 per cenr ' cliea]'*.- r en. in Jthose of ll] nrb! r,-\. r ishich the public can ba convince. I _' hy'ciilline at bin shop. Ue Jhas, for i h " greaiur ronvn- « fii.; nce - ji t h e public, pl « i' ed " a few samples uiiih J l r . W. WUnell, No- 70 Fourth i^ t. ' and Kreiuzbiirg A Nurre. ' S^ TJllain street, au^ i mo- i rerpeoii'iillv invited . all v. bo n'aor^ ff^&'.' fi. E C L O T H I N G W A R E H O U S E. E K R N H K I M E R B R O T H K R S, - Imi": iri, irs .- md Jobbers of TAILORrNG GOODS, CASSni ERES, VESTINGS, A C , M. inara. norersof t l E N ' S AND BOY'S C L O T H I N O A N D S T O C K S , jyy BROADWAY', ( belH- een Fnllon und Dev Sireels,) N E W Y O R K . The Rnbacribers beg leave to inform yon t h a t they have ou hand ^ exciu^ iveof I'neir Idrgesiocl: e. f ni.^ D'a clothing) an e. Kiensive and i^ ell eeiecied sic^ U uf Youths', Eiijfi', A; Childrens' Clotbing;, comprising evei- y variety ol iryle nnd Mnlnrial, snitable l".. r CIIV or Couniry Tride, » hich thev. olTir for :' nle at such pricea O- S 10 defy cianipeiitiun- Buyers coming 16 t b i s market ull) Gud ii 10 ibeir advautncn lo cnll and tjiimine our stock before purcbasingclsewhere. . Ml lh.; te arti'. lcs ), re e- ur o v a mnnubiciare, and having been eelected and niadf up under the supervision of Ih. j Brst Tal'. ril lbe C.'> iinirj .- ifior.^ i', warrunl us in soli': itipE tho rade for a phnrj f l thi- ir patr;> Dhge. Weulso couiiciLic ll.. mariii lac l u re all kinds of ." itooks, Ties, A'c, . of lhe virry lair^ i styles, uo'i likewise " keep a gc » d assortmcQl C'f Tailoring Goods, rn> niliinily on hand BFRNHEIMER BROTHERS, Jul'; lv ' I'l'-' i Uro ul'Aay. S. H. : 3lruii£ e J. is. Strouie. S. ii. STROIliSE & BliOTHliK, UANUTirTrHriiB nif • - - , - - S H I R T S ' ^^ CiLILARS,'- DRAWE7? S, And Inveiiiors of '' P.\ TE. NT CCRVEP SpR'fHc;" y O K E S H I R T S , ( rir.- r. i-. i Dfc.-:';*. is-. i'i.) - T.' o. IJl Lii. tfiy street. We;! of BrnniKvny, Bp3- ly Ke^ v • Vot- k. " SLOCOMB,~' STOWELL iSi Co. IMPORTERS OF " .' ' Briii- ih, French  - » , Gi. M, tI..' pl . imi T,.,. i. ii cheli Ey.- Glii.-- e.-; Dn,^ all olbcr rtiiiclts upLeiu,,. iug 10 t h i s rinncli nf trade. : X( i. CG9.] DROADWAY. Under Ihi- L.- ifarce Ilonse, SEW YORK N. B.— BRAZILIAN'PCUBLE?-. v lib or niihcni frames, ronsL- mlly on hand. Allcrdett [. unctiifillT ai: i- ndfd 10. utr.'- i I'm " FKANK'S HERHEW B( T6K~ ST01? K,'^- l a i Divivi.:. u au- 1 3 Ocdnrstrrel, NEW VOKK, ' Publi:. lier el ibe Iriie-. I Ldiiioin.- of ,' A'C-, A'C. , rinj. n , Pi'' Dn ,3' in- " Wilh Germ. in nn'dTIri'girsh'Transl.^ iioris- AIM, Jinrortor of al: Hebrew- Books piiMisheil . il- cn L.- re, ai,.! ^ H ulh, r nrticli. s 11 pp.? ri. iifling 1.1 i he JfVi- ii liiiih. . li> l noi.' r-' Ceived. sn e.\ itiii- ive nnd lhe L.;-,! sclrci^^ sleek cvi- r impi. tled, of Silk.- iri'l W'ciolen riri^- j and ri^- x, - Tiiri i- icr, , ni- i3ir from N.^ up to f-'^ i> n w c , p'- rr A- i. v, A,., all I. f V. hi-- h . ire stltei.-.'! hy nnr np* iii. i io Fnr.'- p.:. :> 3'" i'- i ••'' jiii- N wili lio ri:-  riiis lhe publii. I1J.. I b^ has I- Kt:? f « i) Vf; i> from No. 17& Divisiuu tiri- et. to No 1 6 Liidlon Mre.-!, C'V dO'^ rid liULT Division aud Canal Ms , Ni.^'? YORh. wh.; ro hu keep consianily ou hand, a gc. i- d inrKlye- i , rii' » '' D.- ,3'- iirn3 ,3>',;- in ,3'<- cD iu Ei; glieh and Gerra'au triinsliilTijii—. Tii- s , rTiriic , i'" 7' Dn PD , nnai;? ^ Tr'oolea and Silk mr'Tta, and Iialiiia B A L T T M O R E HOl^' SESr \ V. D. CR  amp I Proof, Bud of bettor \ vorkmnnshin and malerinls tiian any other Safe made in t h i s or a n y ' o t h e r country. HaviDf; purchased one Lalf cf t h e above patent tor t h e e u t im West, Nortb and Siiuth west, and having Jnsi coDiplutad our Factory, wilh'all t h e IUIOBI impiovau. enU, an'l havin(; the6ldcstan|" e.- maUer in t b e west for i ts j r a - nRe? r, vte flatter ouriolTo'stjiat we can prfjduco a bctler and cheaperarUcIe. tbau oan be found oUi- where. Wo, thoreforo, conlfiioDlij Invlle" parchnsers to examine onr stock before buying bl& avrfaere^ l, '. nihS lv .. SHEWMAKIEIR'Jc CO., S T O K ^ A G- X:, . - r . p I t T fV AR- B* 11¥ C , ' And tommission'iMeivhcmzs', and " Agents f o r AgriculttiralXmptemeitis, such a s : TllESllINO MAC3JINE3JMS. traES. CORNCBUSnER8. Oflice and Warubctise-. an llioP. ij. ai Banln, n ' c s r t ho . Tcrre- IlHutn J: Riehmnsd RailroadDnpit, TERRE HAU^ E, IWD TAKTA, . Ftrict, personal, and• ptotnpt attentiun puld to all ConpigiiDmils for Soleor- Shipaiont, with ample fewilit ies lo insTire ijatiafactl m , . A o" e u promptly Ollo'l. ' jD2lily ; vl')- ly. Co, NEW YORK. 4" DALL, G1BB0: NS & CO., CyMiIl6? SI0N MERCUAMS, For the Silo ct • Ameiican Woollens, ^ Jo.' Jl2, Hanover otreei, . my29- ly K. lI-' i^ lJIC'EE. "! u i(¥ iniiL7srAT)] nr  jl, CiofAirT. and Merchant TaiL- jrs, coming 10 I h i s m a r . I: et, will do well 10 examine our- stock. HERRMAN & SCHLOSS. 6^ 2 Chnrch slre- M, borvi. en Wr. rri- n i Mnrrny Rts. N. B.— S/ ori! clott^, ar. d no business traioacted cn-, Sa'lurda; i--. JoJE- r. m "" SISk " Mouse. ROTDSCIilLD, BERNIIEIillER & SilOilO . ImportiSra and Jobbers of 9 1 , Liberiy Str,? et, 4 diora wost of Brondvcay, NEW YOKK. . ONSTANTLY on band, a Ijrpe aud vnn& l ass/ vrtmeut of STAPLE A S P FANCY DRY GOODS, UOStERY, GLOVE-^. AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Now York, OcLll- if. - British Dry Goodb & Clothing GoodBi --- IN i; VCRY TAK- IETV, - 2io L 2 i l , Daltiiijore etieet, mj2' l- ly'"" . B. tLTIMOFE. " AVM. F; MUlil) 6cFIvlJi » .. COMMISSION MERCHAlNTS. myiO- lv B. tLTIilC'hS- • SSrWoolIen & Cotton Goods. __ HOFFMANS & CO., Agents Jor Miinufiiciiirer., 01 English^ German, French & Awrican Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, etc. No. 8, North Charles etreel, mvM- lv • B. tLTI! llOB. E-__ - JOHIV FALCON'Jili, C o m m i s s i o n M e r c h a n t, C& rner of. Charlea & Gennan street?, B. iLTlMOBS, Ba. Hafl oc band, from the Mnnutaciurc- rs,- inJ dB" l'v> r sale, at their prices — and I ' n . b r e i l j i , T^ u^.- linp bags, ShiriH,. Linei) CoUnis, IiiaweTa, Suspenders, Sto'ck's. i'' ri,; v.. is u i ' l Ti'-^ a, - mav'.' fl 1 \- Olovc- s nnri Hoi- ii- rj, Sening Silk and Twist, Slncliine Sewiuc silk. Waddings, Ppc'ii CeKca. d c . , . t c , i c . Joseph Beckel. Lonils Beckel. Suc- esarra of ALBERT COOK & CO., TmpoTieini A JUnnafecrurera of Spectacles, Optical, Mathematical, and Surveying Instpuments, Ster- ' eoscopes and Stereoscopic ' • Views of", all countries; m281y- No. IS J o h n Street, K K ^ V V O U K STEINER BROTHERS. & CO".. Mannfaclnrers andWholesnle tlealers in E. nal Pi; No. 46 Dey. Street, S. E. n a l l i ; ." - . S. KnhD " ; S . E . H . - \ I J . I . . E . ' & ' CO.:, ... fllanufactni- era i Impoi- ier* of' '" - ^ Use- lcr, Crnvnio, IVceUUei, rumlnlilna: Otmiit, Jtn., No- 14 njr.? lay Srret- t fUn Stairs),' - - NEW T O E K : - r.:':- Ordcra p r o m i t l y atidadcd to. , n U 6 Iy IIJCR, CHASK & CO., COaiMISSION MERCHANTii, i'- t the Biii- cf American Cotion & rd Woollen Goons, NOB.- 10 & 12, German siroei, m. v21- lv C. rl77JirOB£_ RKpRWJL'UWCSEfli, fSkOTHBEBs- Import- rs of _ French and German PRODUCE, No. 1- 2 WATm S m , No. 102 LomsAnp STB. NFW YOBK t^ nrtrsoBr^ . Ulr B J T ^ L i K K ' S MKBC'ANTILE. - yVritihg, Record andi Copying FXiUIO- • I N K S , . , , • - I'l \ - Maniifavttired by "' J A M E y , J. B U . T L J E K , AGENT.. 3 0 VI- NE STREEI*- . il, *' • TH BBflh^ r 6,000 Herc'hanta and Bankers. - Forfs ^^- 1 i i o n a t n t i o n t r e a n d e e n e r a l Mor-.- hanisin *-""^' . , , j . an- l Ebrqnt; hr, utthpaoDtba » id Weat.. Orders « r^ in_, Samples, fiunished gratia. feb!*":'' I : W. fSif » w » , ltB. 1 .- J ; i". ' f''.'"'' r\ jf: . e  

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