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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - April 6, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 Mm It f J 4 mi- I - f&' iS--'. - itW i ^ ' , ) m s? i i li m ' ' • • • • • I S^. I 1 UBU • M h . . Policios issned withoot delay, by CAfcTBR. t JlI^^ nSE^ r, Agoms, No. 40 Main a t ., and No. 171- Vine .• St.: • . I . J . I I O O K E I I , Agont, Fnlton,( 17lh Ward;) P . S . BUSH, Agiiiit. Oovlnglnn. K>.; C. P. BUCHANAN, Agent, Newport, Ky. J , W . ' i ^ . C H ' ' u S ' , ' ^ " r d l u ' t e r f - * ^ ' " " " " "' J. W. G. SIMRALL, J • ' ^ " - 1 " ' ' ^ " - B r a u < j , l i Q < I { c e , : R a . 1 7 1 V i n e S t . C l n c l n » t l . tia^ AlI ba- iiueidRtten'ied to « .' ithdispatchand ildclily octtO . J. n . SENNJCTT. General Agent. SI'S ? 5 c •• a ^ .' C ' l . ' t r ? 5. ? = C' —- S '-- r:-^ " .*. -—'—.— - e — t 1   M 5 - ^ >- i ftl S fD ,_,-• SHSP r - ' -;:; H i ^ K art mm Mi ^^ RBFKR, B- i - W. W. Scarborongh, Miles Gi- peuMoiHl, •= s 3 3 — : , = r . i ^ C-" . p B : to , •. > ? . - 3 S ' 13 ... a C : = l = ; t = = =>- i 1 p r -> _. • i 5 a: - - i.  Prices. WilliaBii U r o i m, JanV- ly 5! 19 Church Alley, PHILADELPHIA. JOSEini RIPKA, MnnuIaclHrti- r of Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, for joTj Iy PHILADELPHTA. CEATRAL illJBBL| WORKS CH'S. w. sanTH, No. - 2ltl Ponrt Street, near ' WpMiTn Row, CINCINNATI, OUIO. M o n u m e n t s , G r a v e S t o n e s, T o m b ? , And all kinda of n o r k connected with the buf- ine^. iSpOrdPTH frum the" Ci'UntPy- TiMended to, and work execiiti'd \\ ith neatiiosFniid dUpalch. 1-| i.^ be^ tuf Cily llererence given'. . >': dec^' J ly. CAST- IBON MONUMENTS. THE iinderaigni- d hegnleave 1 irilorm Ih:- public ilini o is'prppared tn' e. vecuie, n the Hhorlcsl uulice, nny >^ rder • given to him, in ttie a'cwlv^ cDi. ililirlii.- d bnsini'tj, lif' mnn'if. ictiiring \ ' Cfist- iron Monuments, Tonib.-' Stonts j - Vaults. i'Tbi"? e ilonnnienln, . t c , aro giuirnntirdlo keep from nstiug - Tor - " ypiiro. and re, euJar ns regard^. henn-. ty, m- ucb » ieai.? r. arui iil » n i'j per i- ent cneuper ipnn thoEO'tif Marble, of which tlie- pnblic can he convinced liy calling ai Vii. shop. He has, fijr ijie gri- alnr cnnv.!- nien..- aor Iht^^ uibli.-. pln.- ed ' n. few siinipleii u i i h Sir. W. \ ViawBll,- Nn. 7" Fujjrili J I . iind'Kreuzbiirg it Nurre, „.. i47 Main str.? ei, and mnst i f re- ir. ejlfiillv iniilf* nil who feel luiure^ led, lo c. i'l ami convinoo'lhemi- elvm. FERDINAND DTKCKpfANN. jyS.] H- irriaon, Road, near" Bencltenateln'o Cnrdr- n. 1^^ Particular attention will Lo paid to letierinjr rasti. • -  l€ E. & c, N0.. 5KRIE mrsi. rmvojs, nmr N. Y - 4 t . is. n . Detot. iNEW lUliK. On Pn. iiiH iiiid Rcnde li- ls M. PlTSIiL, A. SlElb. r. EFEritEMSTHfl : •. Mnthin » rEa » Jr. E'"'!., Presldi- nt Prrpte'a Vire l u . r ^ o , . piiiiy. f- SMnll ntreet. New Yurk, Chatlc* F . Hnnti- r, EST , Pti- s. rer- jle'a Botik, CitaJ" ±. lrt.( t. Noil Yi- rk. Hirvnii. i A Mi. r'. hnll, 181 Rende " tr- pl. Nev Vrrk, Drake, IJnlli k . t Co. Whulei'nlFiGr... eerd, Ehsl- iii, Pa , I'- S- Miclicr, K* n. F-- A M. Bunk, ij. j . T. R- Sirpi- ratP", Wholennle L i q u T Dealer, d" DppiieS Miller, fsii- Prra. Sirundibnrg BU. SlrcndS" burg. Pa. . If. liii N- SiukpK, .\= enl Hnpe E g r e s s , do- Henry O. SliebH, El")-, Clncinnali, r . W Willi, t l i l n n n k i e , | J . UainLnrger, CLirncn, T. Freeiliniin, D r i r o i t . ftblO'ly O PTICIANS. . Mr. nnf. icltrTprc m d Wl. oh.- qFr Iinil ra Jr^, Hold, Silver . mnS'li'.- l ^ ir'CClaa' 3n; CnM. Mtd aiii| x , , , . Ipl c- hell EjeGIiiftfa; nnd nil olher nitJi'li- « a|,|. criaiDing to Ibia bnincli uf tnidp. No. tJiJO- l KKOADWAY. Under fh" Lafirpp Hnuv, NEW YORK N. H-- UIIAZILTAN PKBBLF-- i, vilh or ir. Tflp^ frnnip". cr- n. iHUIIy on hand. . Vll order* |- iii.. " « i J. T, Warren, ' ' Oeo.' Wilahire. . Oratefnl for t h e favors of tbeirjQiuiurous patrons dnring n period of more than twenty yeara. lho Fin- mtn'ii InanrancaCn. vrlll everstrlToturaalntfiintho public confidence - ^ alleles. F i r e - a n d Uii^ ine^ Qpon every descrlntion of propoity, issued upon approved- ond liberal termBl - ' vajlOiace In . Oompony'a BoSUUDg, oa t h e N . B-. cor- BACot Front. and Uain • sta., 2ri story, entrance o a F^ ont. . 1 - . . HS2IBT B. 8PSNCER, Proa. - ' ... QOvlO- ly P A T E N T C O N C E E TE MANUFACrrEED n i W. B. D O D U ri-, i- ATE URBAN, DODDS & CO. „ ., SAl^ iES ROOMS,- Comer of Vine and- Coinmbia Streets, CINCINNATI, OHIO, T8 MORE F I R E PROOF; BDRGEAR PROOF, Dump I Proof, and ofbotler vorkmnnshlnnnd mnterinia than anv ofher Safe rnudo in t h i s wr i i n j o l l i e r country.". HavinR pni- chaspd one half iif |; he'ubove patent ler theentlro. West, North and Sbiitli west", a n d l i a i i n g jnst completed iinr Factory, vr[ iIinMtboIatept impro^ eniunih, and'UHvin^ theuldesI safe. maker iu t h e we « 1 for i ts mnnnpsr, we flatter " a r f e l v e s t h a t w n can prodnco a . lielter and'chenpernrticle t h a n ' r a n befonnd efBewhcro: "" We, therefore, confldently i01 ile pnrchatera to exaniine onr stock before KnyilSgfil^ where^"'"^'"' ' ; " nih5 ly - SHE7V'MA£ riltr.& r'c6.,"" ' ' S T O R A C X : , r O K ^ A R D I I V C ^ • J4ii< f - Conim7s," jinn Merchants, and',- 4genl.  S T O C K S , \ m BROADWAY, ( bemeen Fnllon and DPV Srrects,) A'£ 7ir YORK. The snhscribers bee; Icnve to Inform yc- n that tbey bnve on band ( exclu^ iivp uf their largustocli of men's clothing) an enteuE- i^ e and uell aclpcleil atock of Youths', Boys',   ck belore pnrchiialni; elai- w hero. All ILi- iio oxtlriles are our own mnnnfaciiire, and having boen selected and ma'le up nnrii- r lhe saiierviE- iun of t h e Beet Talent the Conntry uRorilp, u a r n i n t \ a in aoliciting the tmde for a share uf their patrona/; p. Wealso continue to manoiactnreall kinds of . ( stocks, Ties, Arc., of tbe very latest styles, and likewiae keep a good assort, ment of . , Tailoring Goods, cnnmnntly on band BFitNHEIMER BROTHERS, jni; t ly 1 fiO^ Broailway. S. U. Struuae Jus. Strouse. b. H. SIROUSE & BROTHER, H « vi- rAtrnnir. BS or . . SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRA- WERS, And Inveniora el' " PATENT CURVED SPBI. SO" Y O K E S H I R T S, ( Pii/ iMiffd DTC. i'l, IFoll,') No. 121 Lii. eriy ftreer, Webt of Brimdivay, _ ap3- ly Kcur V ' o r l c. SLOCOMJB, STOWELL"&~ Co7 IMPORTERS OF British, I'b^ ench « f- Gennan DEY GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAE, No. 35aud'a7, Park Piare," JyliVly- ' NEW TORK. W. D. CII(.) M\ VELL ^ Co., IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS FOR MEW'S WEAR, 21 Jt.' 2a- B.- ir'ilnvBtroot, 20 i 2S P n r k Place, ; ; yTMv. . . ' NE'W YORK. VVILSON G. HUNT A^ Co., m POR TERS'OF TfTOOLLEN AND OTHER GOODS, Adapted to MEN'S WEAR, No. 3", 32, 34 i 3 « , Park Place, comer r- f Chnrch Btreet, Jylfi- ly. ' ' NEWYORK. Removal o f t h e CLOTH H O U S E of l l e r n i a u ' S c k l o s s, NEWvVOBK " ir. ATINO removed from 31', Lit. crty s t r i e t , fo , no.- 62 11 Cliurch. bemeen Warreu .- ind Murray siroeia, vie be^ to inform onr frionds,. cliBiomi- ra, Find t h e publir. thai wc sli. ill c. jnilnne nr. d alun^*. h. ive on hund, u large, well bought, nnd fielecti- d stock of G;> 0!" S. such ns— - Cloths, Capsiineres. iVestiig's, etc., in a prent vnrifcty, which we offer for sale at the lowest market pricp3- rtiS^ f^ othi'ers an. l Merchnnt Tailors, coming to Ihis mar. ket, will do well to etnmii. e onr Block. HERRMAN k SCHLOSS, C-- 2 Chnrch alreet., Leiwcpn Warran i Mnrrny ats. ' N. B.— Store closed, and no t- uuness trattsacled on Saturd a y . Jel- i- tim Silk, liouse. aoTRscniiD, Bep. Nnei; HER & SAL- oiao . Iniportora and Jobbers of • y  '"•.:: anvl ris's, n i in '- ina^ , n- iiDVi' from $ 3 u p to SSO Pints ,11^ 0' k c , & t. nil of nhich are si- lerli- il M onr nppiils in Enrr- pe. =' a'' l'ri o'j^- irs- vi'll be received in due season to ennblo ns t- send them lo .- ill parti nf lhe Cnit « d Sinter nnd Cnnii- la;!, to arrive tlicri'at ibe nunir- il limD. New York. aniC- lf. 4^^ &!=> ^ S. ViiBK' A. GROSs- j^ MASUFACTUEEBS OF MEN'S AND BOYS' ^ 7' ^ ^ C J L . O T H 1 l^ G, ' No.- 11 Dey rill- eel, . Incob Waldheimer, I V U VV Y H P T Nathan Cti'aeinj. ier. | iVrjlV l U n . a, Ra_ Orders proniptl> filled. IrfiiE'"'- l"" Bi,' W irATHTATK OTTIW'G'E^ R, nnsD IDVai. - 1£ 310 R ESPECTFDLLY informs the piJhIic that fae has K E ^ I O V K D from Nn- ITC Divii- ion slceel, lo N « . 1 6 . Lniilev Sines, evv dbor- H fiuu' Diriiiun and t'auAl Ma ', N LW YOliK, where he keep cun.  uth Charles sireet, my29. ly ' l;. JAl'Jj/ Ogg._ " U0STTMMPBELr& CO., Importers of British Dry Got do & Clothing Goods, . , • IN EVERT . VARIlLTr. 2: 15 &. 247, B^. ltiinore' » lreel, in32O. lv . ' L. ii. Tl SI QBE. Vvk K. MUHDOeil &^ Ci>., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, my20-] y . ,, . BALTIMOBB. Sig° Woollen & Cotton Goods. HOFFMANS & CO^, ..\ geotB for U a n n f n r t n r c n of English; German, French & Ao'Tican Cloths, Ca$ siiaere8v Does& ins- etc. • - No. 8, JNortb Charles street, my29.1y ' ' . . " BAtTUWBE. JOHN FALCONKiiT^ C o'ln m i s s i o n M e r c h a n t, . Cerner^ of Charles & German ? lreei8, BA LTIMORS. _ Hna on hnnd, from the Manufaclnri- ni, and offeJ for anle, at their prir-(- a Unibrellas, Tniv- liiig bags, ShIriB, Linen Coll. nrn, Drnivers, SnipLmlers, Storks, CrnvBls nnd Ties, mo\- jr'.. lv Gloves nnrt Hosiery, Sewing Silk and Twisl, Maclilnp SeiOuitSilk, WnddinfiS,- Spool Cellos, A c . . . t o . . t o - HICE, CHASE & Cn., COMMISSION MEBCHANTS. for Ihe pale of AmeTicin. Cotton and " Woollen Goods, No's. 10 & 12, Gernia- n slreei, my21- lT " • - " - • P. tLJJMVCS^ JKURUB- JNCiER, B R O T H E R , Importersof French and German PRODUCE, No. 12 W A T E U S T O , Ncll/ aioaBisf.?'?- NEW VnRB I RyrrTrwoBr. . Wi>' B E C K E I . . B R O T H E R S, Sacressors of'A LRERT COOIC * CO., . Importprs i ManuDicturem of Spectacles, Optical, . Mathematical, and Sui- v'ejing Iti.' « trarneiit3, Stereoscopes:.: and Stereoscopic Vieu'. s of all countries, masiy . - No". 19 J o h n Streot, R ' E ' ^ V V O R K STEINER, BROTHERS ;:& Ca. ManTrlnc'tnTefti nnd^ Wholesiile " Dealers In BOOTS & SI10E^. » : No. 46 Dey Street, • augi- ew J^' etd- \' ork. S. E. Halle,. - '• - .. ~ 7~ T3 i ? l E ^ " S. B. HALLE & COi, ' Mahnfhctnrprs £ ImporieCB of' "' ' - ' '• — etocfc^.- OratBlR. Jilepbtleii, FumlB% lnir'QM> diir. jm. V ' :. - No. H EArcbiy Street ( Tip StairslIT^ =• I " - -'.' .. NEW'YORK., • •' . .-..": , Orders promptly atiendcd to. ,;' "•'' . tahMJy .. B U T L K R ' S . raElR. CANTILiE. W r i t i n g j.^ R e c o r d anid • Copyi- ng •"-^. i -' JB^ L'ltJID • J N ' K ^ , '. , . . . r •- ManufactiiriM'. by- - J A M E S J. B U T L B R, AGENT, .:•:--' I- 3" 9 - VJNK S- rSEETiT , K. I N - nse by 5,00O Merchapta ood- Bankersi Fqi; sa^ ny •. 30n- gta'tiOHers( » n( l Ctonerpl } Ieri: Iianl « in ClacfBiiaiii nnd thronghont theSonth and-> reBfc - Orders sollcii- o- . Samples rurnlshed grttls. " '•""',", "." -/ ebCT:" •< m^ » i" air 1  

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