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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - October 12, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 I ! ' H i t i ; ; f;' i|'; '^•' i' 1 p. 4') '' lfli"' • s ' 1 '^'. ifl - T; Ul! r.' i I' . ' I ! j ^ 1 ' ih m ?;- Mt S' 4' I'i l:' i . y ^ ] ;.* --, li JlS I: I?. 5 f 1 ^ i 112 J . Af. B R U N S W I C K k B R O . , B i l l i a r d T a b i c l U a n a f a c t n r e r Sf OKFiCE— No. 8, Sixtb s t r e e i; FAOTORY— Cornerof Elm a n d Canal s t r o e t; CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' T H I S being tbo largest Billiard Table Manofncfory In - 1- the, O n i t e j States, tba p r o p r i e t o r ' s being ouublod rom tbeir c r e a t facilities, offer goods in t h e i r l i n o ten p e r c e n t lower I h an prices elsewhere. ELBSP constantly on hand an improved assortment of Billiard Tables, vrith Marble and Chorry Tops, uiisurp^ uodbyanyestabUshmenl in t h e Conntry. Goods warr a n t e d . Also BilliardCloths, Cue8,' CaoL « ulhors, andall otber trimmings in thid line. Wholesale and Retail. Repairing done Batisticlnrily a t sbnrt notice. angl M A G N O L IA Fire and . Marine Insurance Company, C a p i t a l s t o c k . S 1 0 0 , 0 O O. D i r f C t c n : W. O. Mann, Sol. Levi, Jas. Itiigher, 8. C. Wt- wtun, v.. Ilufar. R Hed); er, W. 0. V- inderbilt, H. O. Gilbert. Wm. II. Snvre. Clia's H. Munthall. Sec'y. I W. C. Miinn, Pre- i't. Oj^ cc— No. l a P u b l i c Landing, bet. M a m a nd Sgcam^ re Streots Cincinnati. S'trnvKvoit— N". F LCK'K V. i. i- j7 ly B y S t a t e AulBiority! CHOICE FIRST CLASS INSURANCE BTTHE INCOKPORATtD ISIO CHARTER PERPKTCAL C a s b c a p i t a l . iiiftv^ OO. OOit. ( ABSOLUTE AND ONI-'^ IPAIRED.) With a net S u r p l u s 0 / . ^ " i l - l , I 4 2 ST, And t h e prestige of FuurvONEyeirs'siiccedsnud eJcperienco, tlioaouu. il income boini; uenrly triple t h a t ol auy F i r e Injiirnnce Company io tlia Dnited diiites. t NSURES a s a i n s t Dau)! ersuf Firo ai. d Perils of Nav. i f a t i o u , on aa lavorable t e r m s lucoiisisteul with solvency nnd profit. -;— LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJDSTED ANDPROMPTLT PAID. U p f r a r d s o f $ 1 3 , 0 0 0 , 0 00 o r losses h a \ e beon paid by t b o . £ t n a Inc'iirauceCompany, i n t h e jiaat 11 y e a r s . Ktf* iKiSses paid in Cincinnati during past fire years, $ I77, tJ7; i 4S. ^ 9* AgencieB- ln all t h e principal cities and towns Chronshoot the S t a l e . ^ ^ . A g e n c y established in Cincinnati, I S S S ; a n t e d a t i n g all present I n s u r a n c e Companies, and a g e n i s in Iha Insarancc) busine- « s o f t h i s cily, Sfi yoars. C n - Btant d n t y here, comhiacd with wealth, experience, enterprise and l i b e r a l i t y , especia- lly cammend lhe ZElna losaranco Company to t h e r. irorab1e patrona}; e of this commaiiicv—^ Umdi^ S solitary a n d alone, t h e sola survivor a n d l i v i n i ; pioneer of Cincinnati Underwriters of ] e > ' > ^ Polli !•- « i- vned withuut delay, bv CARTER A LINDS- F. Y, Agents, . V. i. 4' J Muiu e t r t c t, and No. 171 Vine u t r e o t : i J . J . HOOEwEB, ARent, F n l t o n , ( I 7 l h Ward;) P. S. BOSH, Ageut, Covington, K y . ; C. P. U D C H A N A N , Aweut, Newport, Ky.; F . C . B E N N E T T , ) W. F. CHDRGH, l- Supervisiug Ag'ls A Adjusters. J . W. G. S I M R A L L . ) B r a n c l i O f f i c e , N o . 1 7 1 V i n e S t . C i n c l n M I . l » _ A I I basluessattende.! to withd'ispatchaiid Sdrjlily o OC c t l . i J. B. B E S N E T T . Oaneral Ageni. W' 2 %^ II tr 55 . pa a ? i 5 ilflllllt tf •- "^ r^ v « st 2 2 "-- = II fr- - 3 « •^ i * ° - < ^ ^ " 3 : ' c. r c • % .. ' « . . - C iO RCFKR. BY W. W. Scnrbiiriiiigh, Miled Greenwuod, Tyler UnvvUuu nnd Co. 8. Davis, J r . , and Co., o- niaio M c j " — '= ' if'? S' 5 = '= = i PF. It.' rtl.' S.'^ IO. V. TO W. n. Smith Riul Co. Rnwsuii, Willii and Co. - llunuewell, Ilill i, ud Co. D. iravis, Ul., uuil ^. o., Tweed and Sililc. v, HoidelbMi'h, Seasoni; oiidiCo. Spniii; er nnd Wliiiniiian, Wynne, Haines ami Co. Suire, Ecknu- iii n i d Cu. THE ISllAELITE. VOLDMET NEW- YORK ADVERTISEM'TS. 8cMoss Bs* others. Manufacturers of UMBRELLAS:. & PARASOLS, J y i - i y. No. 74 Warren Streot, _ I NEW YORK. NATIONAL INSURANCE C021PANY ilK Cl.-^ CINNATI. m a r i n e . I n l a n d T r a i i s p o r t i i l l o n d:. F i r e K l a k i i t a k e u a t C u r r e n t . R a t e s DI RECTI'US: J o h n Burgoyne, Wm. Hopwortb, r . X. Wiedoiner, J. L. Ross, J . D. Walbridge, ' Thomns 14. Bigga, Chas- L. Mnora, Thus. One, Roburt Sf. 5uro, • M- ircus Pqcblieimer, S. W. Smith, - Henry Ellis. lta_ Oflli.- o, on t ho 3 . W". curner uf Main and Front Strotft, Up St. iirs. UENRY C. URNER, Sec. I J N O . BDRGOYNE, Pros. Ju3- Iy. P. A . S P R I O f f l A N , S n r v f y o r . i l o n i e I n s u r a n c e C o m p a ny OF CfxNClNNATL OFFICE: Vo. 37 Wost Third s t r e e t. All Classed of Firo and Marine risks taken on t he most favorable terms. * DIRECTORS: W. T. Phipps, John D. P a r t , Chft. s. F . Wilstach, Henry Muck, Joshua Jonod, T. H. O . A l l e n, B. W. Razeltino, J o s e p h How. Z. Freeman, jAMts H. SiLVsas, . WM. T . P H l l ' P S. S e c r e t a r y . Prcisidont. angSl. lyT S. B . PDRSEL. annvBvnn. Flremen^ s I n s u r a n c e Company, OF CINCINNATI iNOOupoB/ iTno 1832. Direettirsfor 1858— 59. Edmund Dexter, J . 8 . Gtaenowoth, J . P . Tweed, Jamos Oolhona, Pollock Wilson, Robert . Indretv, Ohas. W. Wpst, N. W. Thomas, Briggs Swift, J o h n D. Minor, John • Whouione. Sam. J . Hale, Potor A. Whilo, J. T. Warren, Geo. Wilshiro. - Oratoflil for t h e favor* of Ihoir niunerooB patrons d u r i ng a period of more t h a n twenty yearSithe Firamcn's Insurance O0. WUI ever strive to maintain tho pnbllc confidence. Policies, Fire'^ and Marine, upon every descripiion of properxy, Issoed upon approved and liberal terms. n a t . i r a cB in c o m p a n y ' s Bnilding-, on tho N. K. corner of F m n t a n d Uotn sts., 2d story, entranca on F r o n t. HESBY E. SPENCER, Pros, t , OLi^ OK, Seeretary. . novlO- ly G. BO& ENBLATT & BROTHER, Impurters and Jobbers of MfiLiliEIVERi: C- OODS, DKE. Sa TU l. M Ml NGS, LACE.'^, WHITE GOODS, tlOPIEKY, & c., And n general aeeortment of biual' Wares, No. 7S Chambers Streei, Three doom west oJ Broadway, NEW YORK. Goods received from Auction daily, and aold at a per ceiil advance for Cafh. an3 1 y Seligmnn J . Adler Samson Roeenblnt^. Metropolitan Sbirt Warebouse. ADLER & ROSENBLATT, Unnufacturers of SHIRTS,- COLLAKS. DRAWERS, & C.. aii.- 51y 31S Broadway, [ u p s t a i r s , ] NEW VOBK. Freedman Rosenthal and Goodman, M. iuufariurer3 and Importers of Cloaks   .. fcliilTer, Jnli'u. i then, S. BrunticT, Vm. ITcller. U Gros. suia. ver, S. sirablheim, S. Rosenheim, Win. Lipeiiheim, Semou Bnche, H. B Ol^ iHiu. Tiisac RuFeub. inro. Bernhard Mayer, G. M. Levcntritt, Aletuiider StruajeiluliiH-' m. il, Jn^ eph Ili  aniioiin.- fl thnt thev have ril- J..- i'. i> cn- II. I..- I fur t h e Sulj Agency ufSncli's Maclin. oH. f - i i ; n r) with Gerinnr. Translali'. n in 0 nnd - i rolnme- i. Polish or German M iiih. ic. ond nre prep. ned Io EPII it Wholrsale nr Itelnil. .  i. lc will du wull in cumiiig 10 New York If. ..: ive u< 11 cull. . ? l . ' E i . l . I 7 < G E H & C O . , BookBellei- o and Stnlioncrs, 1 S J o h n Sireet, ji'iri- lm iii'. ir 11 ri - it. w. iy, N bW YOBK. PLITZEL iSTSTEIN, COMillSSION Mh]|[ CllANTS, ANU nn- M. Ei;.* IV Grain. Flotir, Feed. Whiskev, and CiSll^ EIER. AIL E'ROBSIL'VE:.. &. C., NO. .' V f-'- KCK Hini. nJMTi*:, On iMinne aud Bc- ude Sts , nenr N- V. JL E. R. 11. flepot, t^ i^^:-' _ Nt: w \ o\ i\ i. K C r U It 1; N C E- 3'' i'' i c'jnrN ^ vill Ijo reueiveil in duo sea s. in to enable us t> send them In - ill p a n s of ihe Tniii^ d SInles aud Caimdas, to arrive tliero .-. t the. wanted timo. New York. an2u- tf. N A T H A N O T T I N G E R, llESPECTFOLLY informs the r. uhlic t h a t be has i from Nn. 17il Division sireet. to No. 1 6 Lndlow Street, I a few doorM frum Ilivfiimi and Canal S t ' , N EW YORK, i whore he keep consinnlly on hand, n gco'l \. irietv of I , ni'?'' c.- i , a'> nvn:: ,3'' K'cn , ai- iD? in English and German iranslntion— r> y » i- , r. i7irs . f'^^ o.- i n'D , piiDis' Woolen and Silk ni.'^'"? r, and Italian \ l'UOL, ES. 1JL, K C L O T H I N G W A R E H O U S E . BERNUFMMER BROTHERS, Im| iorters and Jobbers of TAILORING GOODS, CASSIMERES, VE3TIMQ3, 4 C . , Manufacturers of M EN'S A ND BOY'S C L O T H INCr A N U ' S T O C K S , 1< J9 BKOADWAV, ( between Fnllon and Dey Streets,) NEW YORE. The anhscribers beg leave to inform yoa t h a t they have ou hand ( exclusive uf Iheir largestock of men's clothing) an extensiire and well selected stack uf Youths', Boys', ic Childrens' Clothing, comprisiug ecery variety of Style and Material, sailable for City or Conntry Trade, which they offer for sale a t sach prices aa to defy cempe'. ition. BDyom coming to t h i s market will Sod it to th   K. I BEG tu inform my friends, cnstomers, and the pnhl i r , thai 1 will continue ami alwa. is have un hand a large, wcll- buugbt, , i selected stock of GOODS, soch as Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesticgs, etc., i n a great variety,' which I offer for sale ut tba lowest market prices. JHU- C/. v/ ijeri and Merchant Tailors, com i ng t o t h i s market, will do well lo exaniine in\ stock. WILLlA.- il J. SCHLOSS. • No. 11 Warren s t r e e t , > EW Y O E K . N. B.— Store closed, and no businesa transacted onStUurdays. I ' Jel 3 S i l k Honse. ROTOSCniLU, l{ EB.\ nEimER & SAL0.1] tIV, Importers and Jobbers of ^ 79 A 81 Leonard Streei. afew donrs Wcotof Broadway, NEW YOUK. r iONSTANTLY on hand, a l a r g e nnd vnried assortmeui I ,. f STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVE.' i. AND GENTLEMEN'S FI'RNISHING GfiODS. New Yurk. Ocl3|. ir. Joseph Beckel. Lewis Beckel. S. H. Stronse j„ B. Slrouse, S. IL STROUSE & BROTHER, , , MANTPiCTCrnP. IigOP ' SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, And Inventors of " P. 4TENT CciavED SPRING" Y O K E S H I R T S. BICCKEI.. B R O T e E R S, Succes:. TS of ALRERT COOK A CO., Impoii.- rn A MnnnfnciiirtrH of Spectacle:!, Optical, MathematiGal, and Sui'V- e^' iiig Instruments, Stereoscopes ahd Stereoscopic Views of all countries, ni^ i'lv No. ri7 ilnuJen Lnne, NF. W YORK. STEINER GROT H Y K S & ~ CoT Miiniifai'tiirerti and Wboleviile Dealers In BOOT ® & I^ HOEJ^, No. 46 Dey street, angl cm .' Vcir " 9' O/* fc. 8. K. Ualle. S. Kuhn S. E . H A I . L . E & C O . , Mannfsctiirei- S i Importers of 8toeC: « , Cravnbs Neekilce. FnrnlHliinx Oaodis i o . . No. H B. iri- lay Sirec- t ( Up Stairs), A'EW TORE. Importers of French and Gerraan PRODUCE, No. 12 W . \ T E I I S T Q , NO. li'O LoHn. iRr> S T B . Nrw YOEK. B » iTiMnnF. Mn np3- Iy ( PatenUd Dec. 23, 1660,) No. 47 Wnrren Streot. V e - i r " V t t r t s. SLOCOniB, STOWELL & Co IMPORTERS OF Briti-' rh, French & German DRY GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAR, J. vlO l y . No. 35 and 37, P a r t Place, NEW YORK. ''^•^'' CENTRAL JIIRBLBWORKS 5 : ^ I ^ S 0 « S K S ^ C H ' S . W. SMITH, No. 2i| « Court Sireet, ne. ir Wesiern Row. ' CINCINNATI, OHIO.. jMonuments, Grave Stones, Tombs, And all kinds of work connected wilh the bneincsa. « SrOrders from the Country attended to, nnd work execnted with Dcatnessand dispatch. The bestof City Itefer.? nce given. - de* 3n i y. l'?.'!*?,"^.'*'^-'^'^^*'' J^° « '"* « Hcn.- The b^ t M Retail Blind in t h e Weat, occnpiod for sevoral veara P ' ^ , ' ^ ' - S- Goodheart A Co., in PEORIA, I L L I N O I^ will bo sold out forthwith. For particulars oncniro cf A. GOODHEART s CO., Peorifa! Ill , j l - t r . J Of LEOPOLD i QOODHEAET, Cinriiiuali._ PHILADELPHIA ADVERT^^ C, E . CLAQUOU. N... CLAGHORN & m E r ' ' • 2' 21 Chestnut street, above ' 2d [ Nonh'lid. i Importers of "*' J English and Scotch Goods Sailable for iho Jobbing & Cloihing'Trad Dnndee Goods— oi all descriptions _ PMILADELPH IA SIMON H E I T E R : ^ -^ D M B R E L L A AND PARASftr M n n u r a c t n r e r , "^ "^ <-* ii N. W. Comer Market and Third streets jei2- i' 2 I'DILADELPBIA CLOT H O G * Il J f l a n n f a c t n r e r s ' ' Prites WiillaEfia Hfown. * i! 19 Church Alley, ' Jan7- ly PHILADELPHIA josKPH RIPTA;—^ Mbouiactarer of Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, fop '' Jci2. i B y ALTIMORE PH H IL O A U D S EL E P S H . I A. l  TURWBULL, SLADE i& CU, CoHMissm. N MracBiNT^, and Agenta for tbe Bal « d American Woollens, \ myi'.'] II S. Chariest tree!. BALTIMOBE. JOHN FALCONER, C o m m i s s i o n M e r c h a n t, Corner Charles 4 German Streets, BALTIMORE, 1 ^ ^ Has on biUiil, from the Manufaclorera, and cfei fur sole, at tbeir prices — Dnibrellas, Traveliug bags. Shirts, Linen Colhirs, Drawers, Suspenders, Stocks, Cravaia and Ties, mny'i9- ly Gloies and Hosiery, Sewing Silk and Twist, Machine Sewing Silk, Waddings, Spool Cotm. £ c . ,   i. FRESH MEATS, & c.-- i~ 3 T HE subscriber always has on handat No. 13 Canal Market, [ tbo eUand of the late Mr. Bnxbiinm,] tho very best qnaliii'- sof BEEF, MUTTON, A c , which _ _ _ » — - - ; -, she will bo pleated to dispose c- f t o ' h e r friet'- is ^ nd ' ni' public In general. [ JnnO- lf.] BIK. GOLD.-; 3I^!^' A l s o ~ h a s alwnys on band, choice Smoked Be- ri, - ' " ' sages and longiies. '_ — M O S E S E A HN R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and J t h o public in general, t h a t he . will open JMiu « £~-, aod keep h i s stand. In fatore, at ' 281 Walnnt, corncriji , 7 tb s t r e e t , and recommends his large choice ol all Ki"" of t h e best morn orders peotfnllv BOlic JQlB- tf, MKAT ling, and delivered at t h e honso, If r c i n i r c J . " ' - s punctually attended to, and yourpaironafrc'"- nllv BOlicilcd. MOSES KAHN, Comer 0? 7lVn'^ nd Waiuu'. 03l. 0p. Bne » very Sunday, l i l l 9 o'clock, A. M., w " fresh meat may beobtained. „ DH Smoked Beof. Tohgnos, Sanaages, e t c . . " " f t ^ ^ ' y J , D hand. Orders from tho conntCT punctually ottendea •"  

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