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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - April 13, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 JSi'^ II f^ IIPI %^ Mfi'* l-' J^' S' m '- tim- 1 ! " I ;';" Vv J if •''? 4 ' I iil ' 3?:! i '' rtffi. 65 1 '. I 320 J . M. BRUNSWICK & B R O . . B i l l i a r d T a b l e J l l a n n f a c t n r e r s, OFFICE— No. 8, Sixik s t r e e t; F.^ CTORY— Corner of Elm and Canal s t r o e t; CINCUfN. lTI, OUIO. T HIS being tho larg. ist Billiard TnbleMannfaclory Ir the Uniied s « tatea, t h e proprietor's being euubleil r om their great facilities, offer goods in t b e i r l i n e ten per CMil lower than prices elsew here. K. iep constantly on hand nn Improved noeontmont ol BillUrd Tables, with Marblo and Cherry Tops, nnsurpiijjed byonyeatablishment in theConniry. Goods wsrr. intod. AlBoDilliardClotba, Cnes.' Cne Leittfaers, undall other trimmings in this line, Wholesale and Betail. Itepalrlnc don<  at short notice. angl Paper Box SanufaxJtory. M RS. HENRIETTA LOHNSBACH, iRecoiver,) ro- opens this bnslnofs, a t t h e Old Stand, 117 F i f i h St. Let^ enn Vine nnd Rnce, knoien as t h e — Great Wesiern Donnet Box Manufactory.— Tire undersigned rei; lieato her friendii and patrons to Tall oud r.' cnmine the con- stock, and honor h e r w i th ord e r s , to whiifb promifi a t l e n t i o n will be pnid. f.- hjn- if 11. LOHNSBACH. B. V S i a n e A i i l h o r i t T? • CHOTCE FfRST CLASS FNSURANCE BTTHE INCORPOJlATt'D eSlO CHARTER PXEPETUAL Casli capital, !! § ia..'> 0( » , 000. ( ABSOLUTE AND TNIMPAIKED.) With a net S u r p l u s o / $ - ' i l 4 , l 4 : 2 .' S7, And tbepi- estlgeof FuiiTV( JNr- y..' » rs' siioce.- saudu_ xperle. ice, rhdunun. il iucoiii. j beiug ue. irly tiiipl..' ibut oi ooj F i r e IiMiir. iuce Coiujiany in ilm Diiiied Si. iics. t NSUKES against D. ingeraoi" Fico and I'orils of Navigatiuo, uifas Livoruble terms usconsisteni i. i th solvency and profit. LOSriES j; yU" lTAB[, Y AQJl'STED AND PROMPTLY PAID. ,^ arpwards © r si3, « oo, ooo • ibavo bC'in pirf- i by l he JZtun Insurance (^ impa ny, in t b e vast 41 years. ariJ* i. i) 3si." s paid in Cinrinnaii during piSt five years, S177, fJ7: J 4*^. caTAt'. ncles le all t h e prlncif. al cities a n i towns 1hroii.- Utiut the S'. ile. Ui- Ti.. Agency e  iHjiiriincu buiini:!.* of i b i i city, 3.1 years. COHelnnt dnty hepi, cuniliiued « iili i. eallh, t- vperii^ ncc. m - ter]. riie anil lil. nr. iliiy, e « pei: i. il1. y ccimni..' nd tli.) JElnn TiisiirJiic? Conipiiiiv i'.> t he fmniablo pr> iroiia,: e of this cnniniuniT. i —-. tiiiidin^ solitnrv nnd ! iluue, t h e s. ile Bur. viror andMlving pi'jiie'jr of Cinrinnaii Underuriiers ul Policies i85UC'J wiihoui delay, by aa. KTER . t UlNDSEY, Agents, No. 40 Main St., and No. 171 Vine St.: J . J. HOOKElt, Acent. Fnllnn,( 17lh Word;) P . S . BUSH, A « eut, C.) vln « inn, Kv.; 0. P. BDC3AlSAN,. rgent, Newport, Ky.; W.*->. cmTR"?!?;' I^ TyiulV." r5 " " ^ " ' ^ " • " J . W . O . S I H B . \ L L . j Adjiulets. S r a u c h O i B c F , n o . 1 7 1 V i n e S t . C i n e l n ' d . l! iS_- Ml bn- iinosanltenrie. l tn witb dispatch and ddcUiy Oct I.' I J. B. BENVETT. General Agent. S30 G '_ 5S sa ^ 9 5 « o-^ %'^ a ^ " t gS. illlflHI •? 2i-> 3 2'? S5* = ' •" • 5 ?' a ' s SJ "^ r Hi =; 2. > l - l ? - " = " ^ " o K ' j^ I.? I- ' i" y? ^ — '"'^ ' S'?' s.' 3'' s";^'' s's' 2 r. nFi; v:, isr pr. aMis'Mos-. TO W. W. g'- arburniish, W. B- Sinirli and To. ^ me.'? Grer- iiwiwid, Riii^ snu, Wilbv luiil Cn. Tyler P. ivid'ioii ni. d Co. Ilunni'iiell, Hill nnd Co. s ! Ilaiis, .1 r , and i'n., Tw.-  il and SlMey. Heiili. lhncli, Seii> i, jDgnoiIA'Co-? priiif.. r anil Whiiemnn, Wynue, Haines nnd d ' . Siiire. TckBteln and Co. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY 0I-- CI. XU1NNATI. •••. « "''•• » : * I 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 &, P l r * K l j i J sB | . a k e i t n t C u r r e n t R a t e s DtCECTOItS: J o h n Bnrgoyne, Wm. Hupwurth, F. . \ . Wiwdemer, J. L. Boss, J . D. Walbridge, ThonmaR. Biggs, Chas-' L. Moure,. Tims. Ong, Robert Aloiire, Miircii; F,  i. W, Ht^' iliine, J o s e p h How. Z. Freemnn. J viita U. Sii. vKn4, Wa. T . P H I P P S , Secretary. Presldrnt. . ingJl. Iy^ S. B . P O E S E L . SoBVCVOB. . S-' ircnien's Insurance Company, OF CINCINNATI—- iNc. mPOBiTEO 1832. • Directors for I8a8— 69. Kdmunil Berlin-, J . s . Cbeno- iveth, J. P . TireeiJ, . iames Cilhoiin, PoU. ick Wilson, Bobart . An- lrew, ••' hn-^. " W. West, N. W. Thomns, Briggs Swift, -. l. ihnD. Minor, Jobo Whantqaa. S » m. J . Hnle, p,. tor A. White. J. T. Warren, O- io. Wilshire. Grateful for t he favovs of their numerous p a t r o n s diiriDR o period of more than twenty yflar^. ihe Flr- mcn's Insur ' ance C o r f l ' over strive to mainiain thepuMicconndence Policies. Fire- and Marino, u p ' i i - vorv rtewription of - proT, erty. fssnod upon ap,-> roved nnd llberiil terms. ittS. OBtce In Company's Building, o n - t h e N. E . c o r - Bir ot F r o n t o n d Main ata-.^ d .- i. iry. ontrHno on Fronl- • , HEN R- e E. SPENCER,- Pres. n o v l o - l ; T H E I S R A E L I T E. YOLUME 6. PHIL. A DELP HIA ADVERT'M'TS O. E. CLAGUOU. N I. '.-. f- BVEB. CLAGHORN & FRYKR, ' 221 Chpamut sireet, above 2d [ Nonb side,] Imporu- ra of English and Scotch Goods, Suitable for Ihe Jobbing & Cloihing Trade; Dundee Geods— ofall deseriptions, PIirL.^ DELPHlA. M. M. BAYERSDORFEU^ Monurariurer nnd Denier in STRAW A FANCY BONNETS. DREiS CAPS, HEAD DRES^ SES nnd MILLINERY GOODS in cenernl; also Gmbruideries, Ribbous, Flu » crnanJ Fenlhers, No. ai Nonh Si- ci'nd Slreei, I'UILADELPHIJ. a S " MHIioers and Merchantd supplied nilb Paliem Bonnets. jel2- ly SIMON H E I T E RT U J I B R E L L A A N D P A R A S O L l « I n u n f a c t a r e r , N. W. Corner Market nnd Third street'', } eV2. V2 PUILADELPUIA. C L O T H I N G •^ 1 t l i a n u f a c t u r e r s ^ P r i c e s. Jan7- ly '; 19 Church Allev, PHILADELPHIA. JOSKPII RIPKA, Mnnufacturer of Heavy Pancy Cotton Goods, for ji, T2i. v PHILADELPHIA. CENTRAL CH'S. AV. SIMITH, No. 2) 8 t'ouri Sire.> l, near Wcflern Rniv, CINCINNATI, OILIO. Moiiuincnts, Grave Stones, Tombs, And atl kinds of work coDuo-: tf.' d with the Ijasinee?. fiS* OrJor8 fr. im Iho C « - nntr> . ntrcnded h"*, niid work Cil. v LVfi- Tt itti- giir_ ij. dix. ifJly. CA. ST- IRON M0Ni;. MENT.> 5. , Ti- ir undersignedbegsie. nve jto iiilorni tlin public Hint | he is prepared In execute, iin tbe Rli'jriest n. iti'i.?, am Lirder glsen to h i i n , i u liir newly esi.' iblirhej bnsinecs, jfraaiiufoinurmg Ca.^ t- iron Jlonumenis, Tomb- Stones » J- V a u l t i , Tliese Muniinic- nls, A c , | aro pTJiiraiiiicd to keep Irum rusting for -.'' 3 ye, ir- i, and lire, 3o'l.'. rB3 rPhiirdi beoiity, much neater, . iud " I-"" '-. J pt- r cent i- beupor iimr those of Marble, of irhl.- b Ihe piibli.: caB beconf ince. i by rnlling nl his shop. He hiiS, for lhe g r i a l n r cnnvonienc.? of the- public, pKiieu a I'ew samples i i i ih JVlr. W. WisKclJ. No. T'J F. iurib * t. on'l Kieu/. lfnrg ,1 Nurre. l-' i*? Mam d l r i e l , and nio » t respi^'^ lfi".* iniiU'LS all I ' ho frt'l luleiuiled, to ca: i und convince iheni- elves. FEKDINAND DIKCKMANN, jy8-] n. iTTison Road,- near Benckensiein's Oord. jn. BiSrPartJcular attention will be paid to lettering •~' 3^ g. 3t^ EHK_ SiJL''! T3TtTirO" m N j ^ fi S ! IWimi » ' a* « aS^ S;^' « £''£::! » H;=?=^^^ PA T E S T C 0 W C R E T E IHANnFACTrRKD B'. " W . B . D O D D . S, i;.\ TE URBAN, DODDS & CO. SALiES ROOMS, Comer of Vine and Columbia Streets, CINCINNATI, OHIO, T S MORE F I R E PROOF, BDBGLAR PBOOF, Damp Proof, nndof better n- orkmnnahinand mHteriuls thnn any oth'cr Safe made in this or nnv " other countrv. Having purchased one half sf i h o above pnll- nt tor the entir. i West, North ond Smith west, a n d hiii Ing jnsi conirleted unr l a c i o r y . w l t h o l i t ho latest jmpruvcmunta, and having tho f l d t s t snfc. niakcr iu t h e - ivest for iln m- inngsr, we n a t t e r ourselves thnt we cnn pi- ortiice a belter nnd cheaper article t h a n cnn bo found elsewhere. We,, Ihercforo;, confidently invito purchosers t a e x a m i n c our stock before buying elsewhere. mh& ly - SHEWMAKEU & CO., S T O R A G E , F O R W A R D IIV G , And Commission' MercJtanis, a n d Aaents f o r Agricultural Implements^ snch as : THESHl. MCMACHINE. SREAPERS. CORNCRUSnEKB. Office nnd Warohou- e on thoCnnnl Basin, nenr tbo T e r r e ' I I a n t e A Richmond Railroad Dopet, TERRE HAUTE, IND UNA. s t r i c t , personal, and prompt nttontion pnid to nil ConsigninciiiK for bnleor Shipment, with ample facJll. ties to insnro snliafacti ) n. A o ers promptly filled. Jn201y NEW- YORK AD\^ RTISEM'TS. ^ clilloss B r o t h e r s, Manufacturers of UMBRELLAS & PARASOLS, No. 71 Warren Street, jyll. v. NEW YORK. i^^^ S » mm smnrts^^ jprr = 5fe^ iT^> jt'is-' wlwiaSar'-.. / u* uor, r. s. ii. E C L O T H I N G W A R E H O U S E . B K B N H F : I M E R B R O T H K B S , lmi. ort-> rs hnd . I.' jbbers of TAfLORINC GOODS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, A C , Maonfactureraol MEN'S AND BOY'S C L O T H I N O . VND S T O C K S , H> 9 BROADWAV, ( be- lween Fulton and De\ Strei? ls, 1 NEW YORK. The Bnbacribers b'Tg lenve tc. inf- rm yon t h a t rhey have ou hand ( evclii- ive uf tlit/ lr lar^ i block of nii- n's cloibing) on CAleDsiie aud w^- ll soli'CIed ' iinck uf Youths', Hi: iys', ii, Childrens' Clothin. jr, compi- i'siiig ei'orj vitTiety ol Slyli and Maieriul, suitable for City or Couniry Trade, i- hich tbey oll-. r fur sale at auch prices as lo defy cenipelirion- Bn. iera coming Io t h i s mrj'ket nill find il Io i h i i r odvnoLige to cnll nnd examine nnr atock IvVorepurchixiingelsewherc. All Ibesc arri'.- li s a re our u n n mannfjciiire. and L o i i n g been selected and ina'la up under the Buperviiic- n cf t bo Best Talent Ibe Couniry oflords, i  Purk Pla..- e, NRWV'ORK. VVILSON G. HUNT 4- Co., IMPORTERS I ' F WOOLLEN AKD OTHER GOODS, Adapted to i\ IEN'S WEAR, No. 3i.>, 3L', 31 iSt 3ij, Park Pl: ice, c i m e r of Chinch street, jyl'i- ly- NK1V YORK. Removal of the CLOTH HOUSE of H e r m a n Sctbloss, NEW- rOKK H A^ VfNG rem'jved from 3'.', Liberty street, lo no. 62 Church, belween W'^ rrew nnd Murray strcpts, we beg to inform our frleriils. ciitflomprs, nnd l h e publir, that ue shnll lonliniie nnd nlua. vE h.- ive on hnml, a large, well bought, Iind 6..- li- otnl sieiok lA Gi"  Sp. h Beckel. New YLoewrki, s OBcei3clk- etfl.. BECHEE. B R O T H E R S, Successors of ALBERT COOK A CO., Importers iS Mnnnfacrnrcrs of Spectacles, Optical, Mathematical, and Surveying Instruments, Stereoscopes and Stepeoscopic Views of all countries, m281y No. 19 John Street, ' y R W V Q ' R R STEINER BROTHERS & CO".. ManufactnrerB and Wholesale Dealers In BOOTS & SHOES, No. 46 Dey ! 5treet, _ BnKTj! m e, Vew l^' ork. • S . E . H a l l e . • - ^ sTkahn S- E . H A L L E & CO., Mnnufiictnrcrsit Importers of Stocte, Onvnl « , NceLflen. Fumlshlnjc floodii. * o . . - No. M B. ircl » vSlrc-* l( UpStaIre). - A^ EWTORK.. Orders promptly ationded to. Ahl6 1 ; PUTZEL & STEIN, COMMISSJON MERCHANTS Grain, Flonr, Feed, Whiskey, and GEIVEKAH. P R O D I I C E . &. c ^ O . / y K R I t : BUn. DJNGiS, ' On riiiaric and Biude .-' U., near N. Y. d. L R It Orr... ^. L'rY.^.^' _^ EW \ Ulllv R v: r r. ii i: N r E s : Mnthi'is Clark. E^ i., Pr.'^ iileiit Pe.. plt.' s Fire I n . Cr, ™ li. nv, li'J Wall i< M'e, t, New 1' ctk, • <- um. Cbarle. F- Hunter, Enj., Pici- People's Hunk, Canal n. i'inin i M- iiiinill. I.^ l Ref. de slrcel. New ' i-,. ili Drake. H uin 1; .\. Cu. Hliok- ali- Gtuccrs, Lii- iun ' pn r . S . Michcr, Ks. 7. F . i BI. U. ii. k, ^ ju ' "' T. R. Si Ig I.;-,-.! e 5, WhulLi- iil.: Li. jiior D,-.- iler, du Pei. u.-- S- Wilier, ts.^. PP.- O. Struudsburg Lk. isiroi » J ; G':. l, I. SIeel auri Terloisliell Eii'i^ I. K.- e,; j. nd all olhor ailicles apperislu iui; I'D t i n s br. iiich (. f irii. Je- " " No. 6t't\ tJ, BROADWAY. llnrier ihe Liiiorpe Uuuse. NKW YORK N. B.- UIIAZILI. VN PEBBLE--^. « i, h np „ i, h„ nt franici, Ci;. iiit., nily .- ju baud. All orders I'lmiiiinlN iiitf^ nd^ d ID^_ .71-, J- l- i. m ^ FKANK'S HEJJKEW BOOirHTOHE.^ s- 1^) Dni.- ic. n iiiid 3 C; dnrstr,.- c!, NEW YORK ' Pnbliiberof the l.- iic.- t E. IJMC- UO ef ' iVc., At. , n i j n , Pi'' i3n ,3'- irnD With Cerniari nnri Engli- h Ti, ir,. l: uiuufi. AI- o, Imfor. t e r c f nil Hebrew Bunks piil, li, he. J el-.; n| ii- rc und oH • utherartii- lesripi. i. n. iiuinc 11. [ he J..- wi. h iiiiili. Jnsi now r,; i: eiivd, nn e. xleu- iie j u d Ihe best fcleclej sliJrk ever iinporied, uf . Silk ancl Woolen n r - ' - j and rs- v, mm ni- n , m- iai-- from .'?-" l up tu >:?.() r-. t'in ,1-^ 0- in- Ao , ill of whi. rh lire s- rleci.-. l l. i .- iir agini-* in Enr.- pe ' 3' 3'?' i'' i 3' jnr. s will he rei- fivt'd iu due st-: i- Fc. n 10 enabl* us I - - arnd t h im 10 nil [. urlii nf the t n i l id Slates and Canudas, lo ornve- tlier, j ni i b e win,[ e. i lime New York- . n„- it 11 .   rumpll\ lllliid. [ iiUpf- lnugl.' W NATHAN O T T I I T G ' E R ; r lESPECTFDLLY iul'urms llie pMlilie- ihut be hM from N P . 17C Divisiui, siie... t, t. j Ni.. 1 0 Lndlow Sireet, ew doors fiuii- Dlti- i'iii aud C- jnul SIM , NEW YOKK, whore lie keep cuuslanily c- n hand, n i^ oud lariirt. v of , ni'? » Dn ,3' iirnD , D'i:': n ,31- 103 in £ tigli£- li an<. l Gerraan transJaiion— P's- s . rniiia ij'^' ijn n's jni- iBis' Woolen anJ Silk m. i'Ts, autl Ilalioa . a'a'-' i':'! ai: i- i.- nN BALTIMORE HOUSES. DALL, GIBBOiNS & CO., COMMISSION UEUCHiNTS, Fur t h e Sale of American WooUens, No. ' 2' 2, Hauover Street, _ mv2&.| y BALTIMORE. 1 URWBTLL, SLADE'i' CO., CoMtuasiON MiBciLsNTi!, and d g e n i s for t h e Sole c] American Woollens, No. 11, Souih Charl-? s sireet, my20- lv BALTIMORE. ' Jioss C A M P D E L L & CO., . . In. porleni d B r i t i s h D r y Goods < s Clothing Gooda. IN EVERT V . l n l l T T, 2J5 & 24' i, Bahinioi- e sireet, mv'jg. ly HJLTIMOHE. WM. K. MUKDOCirA'CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, my20. lv BALTIMORE. « ® D "' O W E oo F l M len A N & . S C ot ( t S o - n G C o O od . s , . Agftnis for Mannfi. ciurerj of English, German, French &. An'^' rican Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, etc. No. 8, - North Charles street, royCTi. ly BALTIMORE. JOHN FALCONER, C o m m i s s i o n M e r c h a n t, Cerner of Charles ii German eiieets, P. IL77.1fOKC, B t ^ n a s on hand, from tho ntnoiifftctuiirs, nnd trtei for 5nlo, at ibeir pricc- i — lJmbrelln< i, TraveUng b'. igs, SDhiinrwtac, rsL. inSeiins pCerjnUdme i• s:,, Siorkf, Cravaia and Ties, mayjS. Jy CIoToa nnd Boiiery, S. minc Silk onriTwi- l, MmrhiiiC' Sewlni: Silk, Wuddiriga, Sicul Cclton, Jtr., . tc , Ac inCR, CHASE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHA NTS. for the saie of American Cotion snd Woollen Goods, Nos. 10 &. 12, German street, P'. VJ.'^ i- lY K. t L TIMORE. JKORIDLEJVGER, SJRO- l^ JiiEBe, Importers of French and German PRO. DUCE, Mo. 12 W.^ TEB S r a , Nrw TOEK No. 102 LoaiaARn Srn. R. iTiMniiK. We BDTLKR'S MERCAJVT1L. E. ' Writing, ' Record and Copying '- F L U . m - INKS, • Manvfactnred by J A M E S .1. B U T I. E K, AGENT, - 3 9 " VINE STREET- I N nee by . SiOO'l Merrlianls and U. inkcrB. For aale by 3U0stntloRersand"(; aneral .^ Torchants In Cincinnati, and thronghont t h e S o u t h a n d West. Ordors solicited. Samples . furnished g r a t i s . feb'. i7: tf I'l 3fCdfaen^ l£ D.  

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