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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - November 2, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 Si ' I'^ S' ' 5 !"• f^ liill: I•- llll iifi ; n5^ ''' i! a » •! • I' ; ,. , i'y; Jl.'' ri ' 1- 1 „''.•; 1'^-; JJ IT' l v f ' i W i' -! '--.' / ^ S i i ' • ; . ( . i T l ' i ' . , i'"- f-- i | i:> Q ^!'? S ' l iH •""••' « '? i^^ i'' J i V & 6' 1 ' t : ' •, H'' • - in. 136 J . n . B R D N S W I C K fc B R O M » — ^ ^ — i — • • • • n - j d — ^ ^ — ^ ^ ^ • B i l l i a r d T a b l e M a n n r a e t i i r e r a* OFFICE— No. 8, S i x t b s t r e e t; FACTOBY— Comerof Elm and Canal s l r o e t, ClSCINNATl, OHIO. , , „ ,„ T HIS beinz t h o U r g m t Billiard Table MBnnfacloi? In t b e Doited StaUia, the proprietor a boipg • " • " " J com t h e i r p r e a t fociUtles. offer poods in t h e i r U n e ton p e r c e n t lower t h a n prices elsewhere. Keen constanUy on hand an Improved aasortmant ol BinUr^ Tables, with Marble and C h e n y Tops, n n . n r - pasted by a n y establishment In t h e Conntry. Guods w a r . wanted Alao BilliardCloths, Cues, Cne L t a t h p r s , and all lather t r i m m i n g s in t h i s line. Wholesale and Betail. Bepalrlne done satislflctorily a t short n o t i r r . ancl M A G N O L I A Fire and Marine Xn. snrance Company, C a p i t a l S l o c k . S l O O , 0 O O. D t r e c l o T s : •\ r. C. Jfann, Sol. L « ivi, Jaa. Bnghor, S . C. Wewtnn, C. Hufer. R. He- lser, W. C. Vanderbilt. H. O. Gilbert. Wm. K. Snvre. Cha's H. Uanihall. Sec'y. I W. C. Mann, Pren'i. OJ^ ee— No. Irt Pttblie Landing, bet. . Vtiin aad Sycamore Streets, Cineinnati. SircvETOB— N. F. I J U C K Y . J. T-- Tiy ^ at 9^^ S T c o =- § S ' ' S . ^ » 2 . > p 2 O & 9 >- v"^ ^ = d . - 5 ' = ^ S 3 » ' • •• P ' « ; ^ • N ft » 3 O 1° 3.=" " or - t 3 - - 1 3 n = 2 = D o 3 - = o - - | r : = ™ :; o 3 2 =>< = S 2 ? —^ 2,= o = ' - ' " 5 n - 2 ' * S 5 2: * ^ - P < - B l -   » ) o' H o s REFER, By W. W. Scarboroagb, l l i l e a Greenwood, Tyler Davidjcn and Co. S. Daris, J r . , and Co., o t . a e i . t 9 t ^ t J i — a 0 . 3 3 0 . 0 0 0 0 , 0 0 * 0 ^ 0 0 ^ 0 3 ' a ' s S ' s ' s ' - r ^ ' z "= "- 3 = = = 0 3 — C O S FBRUI. S. IION. TO W. B. Smith and Co. BawBOD, WilliT and Co. Hnnnewell, Hill .- ind Co. Tweed and Silile. v, Haidelbach. Seasongood^ tCo. SpriDger and n i i i t e m s n, Wynno, Etaiues a n d Co. Snirp, Eckstein a. id Co. N A T I O N A L I N S U R A N C E COMPANY - UK C l S C I N N A T l . • C a r l n e , I n l a u d . T r a n s p o r t a t i o n db F l r « R I s I CD t a k e u a t C n r r e n t R a t e s . DIBECTOR3: ifohn Bargoyne, Wm. Bepworth, S . S . WirJemer, J. L, Boss, 5 . D . Walbridge, Thomas K. Bigga, Chaa. L. Moore. Thoa. Ong, Babert Hoore, v . H f o r e i u Fecbhslmer, ' S . W . S m i t h , .. Benry Kills. eg^ OIQce, o a t h e S, V . comer of Main and Front Stredt, tlpStaira. HENBY C. D B N E B . S e e . t J S O . BUBCOYNK, froa. jii9- fy P. A . S P R I G M A . N , S n r T c y o r . JBoine I n s u r a n c e C o n t p a ny O F C I N C I N N A TL O F F I C B : No. 37 West Third street. AH Class-, of F i r a and U a r i n e risks taken on the d o s t fisvoralfle terms, D I R E C T O R S : W. T . P h i p p s . John D. P a r k , Chaa. P . WiUtach, H s n r y Uack, Joshna J o n e s , T. H . C. A l l e n, e. W. B a i e l t i n e . J o s e p h Baw. Z. F r e e m a n . J » . aE3 H. Su- vsaa, Wiu T. P H I P P S, S e c r e t a r y . Presidfnt. a n g g l . l y ] 8. B. PtT'RSgL, BtinvBVon. Firemen'H I n s u r a n c e Com pany. OF CINCUTNATI ixcoiuMEATnn 1832. D i r e c t o r s f o r 1 8 5 8 — 5 9 . Edmund Dexter, S. S. Chenoweth, J . P . Tweed, James Calhoun, Pollock Wilaon, Bobert Andrew, < 3has. W. Weat, K. W. Thomas, Briggi Swift, J o h n D. Minor, John Whetstone. Sam. J . Hale, Pater A. Whito, J . T . W a r r e n , Geo, W i l s h i r e . Oratefnl for t h e favors of t b e i r nnmerons patrons dnrlDfi a period of more t h a n twenty years. the Firamen's i n s nr anoo Co. will ever s t r i v e to maintain t h e pnblic confidence volictes. Fira and Marine, npon every description of aropon.], Issned upon approved and liberal torms. n ^ ' v i f l c o in Company's Bnilding^ on the N. K. c o r . - ner of F m n t a n d Main sts., 2d story, ontmnce on F r o n t. HKNBT K, SPENCER. Pros Tl. OTiASON, Serrelarv. nnvW. lv Central Park Fire Insurance Company OF T B ' a CITY OP N E W YOBK, - O F F I C E : 130 Broadway, C a B l i C a p i t o l - - S 1 5 0 , 0 0 0 , A U p a i d I n , I NSOBES Bnildines, MBrchandizp, Honsehold Furniture, and all kinds of Peraunal Property, against lo. ts « r dBmn|; e by fire. tB^^ tyttt- of- lotm risks taken on the most favorable tenus. Applications might be made to — Rosenheim A Roiwimun, Cinrinnati, Ohio ; Lewli Lauer £ Co., Ballimnre, Md ; Weil Bro- s, SI. L'liil", Mo : Isaac Rosenbanm, PhilHdelpfaia. Pa.; Jacobaun Bri.., Cirrlovillc, Ohio; Or direct a t thn OiHre of the Company. D i r e c t o r s : A. Miclielbscher, Ogden Hnpjrprt. T, T. W. Peniaon, Her. Bernheimer, J a r Steitneimer, .^. A. Valentine. J A H U- v'ihnMirk, Emaniifl Knight, M Maiis. Jacob .\ dlcr, A. Limburger, '^ Bousman, B. F . Salomon. Marx Schutz, Wm. OnodlUnd, J. JacoUion, Mosea B. Jtaclav, 5. Gottgelren, S. SchilTer, Julius Bien. S. Brnniier, W'm. Holler, i r Oroasninver, S. Strahllieim. S. Kosonhpioi, Wm. Openhenn,^ ' I'il'- yr. S. ehatz, Sdmon Barhe, - H. B Clallin. T,. Lilhauer, Isaac Buaenliiimn. " Bernhard Mayer, G. M. Leventritt. . Mexander Stronw,' uliU'jSmal. Jndnph Rn^ entbal, MvcrSforn, J. Oi^ ld.' imllh, Herman Friend, Ma.\ Weil, ' P . ' W. F r a n k , M. Wallach, P. Franlienhcimtjr. H. Storn, S. Freedman. J n l i u s Hart. Joseph ftrnnse, Jacnb Kladekor. ' A. MICirELBACHEK, President. H. BEBNHGIBIEBi'Vicc- rreaident. B. BOTHSCHTLD, Secrotary. __ anSly FOR THE R e l i e f & Cure OF D I S E A S E S Aridng fr. 3in DLPTjliITrE. S o i l obstructions of T H E B t s O OO SECRETIONS.. D B. C. W. BORACK. proprictor of tbe Pcnndinavian ' Medicinea. tfae celebrated Scandinavian BInod Purilier and Btoo . P a r k ; Edvnird Scanlsn'; G « o. M. Dixon^; Mrs. Merryweathor, No. 182 Sixth street, and by'Drngt^ istB a n d Merchants generally thronghout t i i s Unltod S t a t e l . '- - oclB- ly- ok T H E I S R A E L I T E. VOLUME I. NEW- YORK ADVERTISEM'TS. i Schloss B r o t b e r s, Manufacturers ef i CilBRELLA^^ & PARASOLS,! No. 74 Warren Street, i _ JyI- ly^ NEW YORK. G. ROSENBLATT & BROTHER, i Iraporteraond Jobbersof | ZfBIL. LIiV'ERV G O O D S, Dl{ E^: s; TUI. NLMINGS, LACES. A\ 11ITE GOODS. HOSIERY, & c, ' And a general aasortmenl of Omal' Wares, No. 7S Chambers S l r r e l , Three doora « eBl o( Broadwsy, MEW TOBE. Good4 received from Anrllon daily, and sold at 6 per cent advcuce fur Carb. ao3 l y Seligman J- Arilrr. Samion Rosenblatt. llletropolilan SliJrt ' VFarebonse. A D L E R & ROSENBLATT, Mannfaclurera of SHIRTS, UOL LA R. S, DRA\\ TIRS, & c., aa3 l y 338 Broadway, [ up s t a i r a , ] KEW TOBK. Freedman. Rosenthal and Goodman, Mauuloclnrers and Importers of Cloaks & JtJantillas, Nu. 3C8 Broadway, between F r a n t lin A White Sis , an.- 5 Iy NEW YOBK. Simun 7inn Max Berolzhelmer. Z I N N & BEROLZHEIMER. I MPORTEBS of French, German a n i EnglishFancy Goula, Cnilery, Bnttuna, £ c . , . No. 35 Mnrmy Street, I near Cbnrcb Street,) [ atniyl NKW VOBK. J . Angiut _ H. Angnst. J . AUGUST & BROTHEB, M ANOF.^ CTIJREBS Jfc Dealprs in Ready. made Slen'a and Buys' Clothing, a t Wholesale, No. : I5 Di- y St., QUjly NBW YORK. P U T Z E L & S T E I N, COMMISSION MKRCUAJVTS, A. VD DEALER. S !> Grain, Floor, Feed, Whiskev, and G E I C E K A L . P R O D b « . , K . . & C., > 7VO. .5 K R I E BU I T.. DI NC; « :, On Dnane and Beade Sis., near N. Y^ A K. R. B. Depot, E. M A N D E L & CO., I MPOSTEBS and De. tlers iu Foreign and DomHtiQ Fruits and Grucenea, Wlnm, Chsmpaigna, Liqu'ira. Cigars, Ac., Nu. 2> 5 Washingtun Street, curner uf Murray, NEW YOBK. Pruuea, Dried Pe. irs, Dried Apples, Baliins, Cnrrants, Cherrit » . LrnlilSrMillet, Farina, Green Curn, Sago, Barley, Oat Groats, Bnckwheat ilroata. Canary aerd. Arrow Boot, Poppy [ Hiihn] Seed, Macaroni, Vermicelli, Nuls, Unalard, [ i; ullun and glaai.] Sneet Oil, [ in boxesaml golluna,] Ra. ipberry Syrup, St- lleraer Water, Fennel, . M. l i u a , { Eibijcli.} Ciimoiaiie Tim, [ ICainillr.] Swiia and Limburg Cheese, Dutch Herrings, Anchuvics, SiarcL, Soap, . sc. anl7 ly Linens, Shawls, Handkerchief:?, 6zc. ROBERT SIISlfON & CO., Importers % uid COMMISSION MEECHANTS 68 i CO Beade street, [ seU l y ] WEW YORK. ^ LOCOMB, STOWELL & CoT IMPORTEBS OF British, French & German D R Y GOODS FOR S E N ' S WEAR, JylO- ly. No. 35 a nd 37, P a r k Placo, NEW YOBK. W. D. CROMWELL Sr Co., IMPORTERS OF D R Y GOODS FOR M E N ' S W E A B , Jyio- iy. 21 Jb 23 Barclay atreet, 26 A 23 P a r k Place, NXWTORK. WILSON G. HUNT 4- Co., IMPORTERS OF WOOLLEN AND OTHER GOODS, Adapted to I^ rEN'S WEAR, No. 30, 32, 34 & 36, P a r k Place, comer of Cbnrcfa atreet, jylO- ly. NEW YOBK. M. POTSBL, A. STEia. NEW lORX. H E F E R E N C E S : Mathias Clark, Knq., President P(. opIe's Fire Ina. Company, GG Wall s t r r e t . New York, Charlpx F . Hunter, Esq., Pres. People's Bank, Canal Slr « '-* l, Now Vork, TV> vaiis A Marshall, I& I Rendo street. New York, Drake, U n r u k . ^ C o . WhoIpFaleGrucera,' E.' vstou, P a ., P . S . Miclier. K^ q. F. Jk M. Bank, do T. B. Sileieaves, Wholesale Liqnor Dealer, du Depue* j. Miller, C » q. Pres. Siruudsbnrg Bk. Stroadsburg. Pa. Jobn N. SlokeK, Agent Hope Express, do Henry G. Stieb  1, E^ q., Cincinnati. C W. Wnlf, . Milvcnnkir, | J . Uambnrger, Chicago, T. Freedman, D e t r - i t . febI0- 1y FRA^- K'S HEBKEW BOOK STOREs7 IS5 Division and 3 CedarstreFt, NEW YOBK, Pabliaher of t h e l a t e s l Ediiiona of & c., A- C, , nwjn-, rvi'jD'n , B'ijnB With German and Rngllnh Trannlatlons. Also, Importer of all Hebrstr Buuka published elaewhere, and all other articlea appertaining to t h e Jewlsb faith. Just now received, nn ext « nsLvo and t b e best selected stock ryer imported, i'f Silk and Woolen niri'- a and PX'TI, nim ' ictJ, . pnovr from $. 3 up to § . 30 nmrs , r''' 0P A c , & c all of wbich are selected liy oitf ngrnrs in Enrope. c a ' ^ i ' ^ i a ' ' j i i rN w i l l b e r e c p i v e d i n d u e s e a son to ennlil » as IM send lbem to nll parm of Iha Dnited States arid Canadas, to a r r i v e tliere a l t b o wanted time. New York. nu26- tf. I f m. J . Scliloss, No 21 Warren street NEWTOEK. T BEO to inform my friends, cnstomers, and t h e public, that I will continne and always bave on hand a large, well- booght, A selected stock of GOODS, such as Cloths, CaEsimeres, ' Vesting^ s, etc., ' n a great variety, whicb I offer for sale at t b s lowest market prices. B5_ C/ o( Airr> and SereharU Tailors, com ing to t h i s market, will du ' Well to examine my stock, WILLIAM J. SCHLOSS, No. a Warren Street, NEW YOBK. N. B.— Store closed, and no btuinen trtmsaeted on Saturdays^ Jelg BOTHSCniLD, BEBNHEinEB & SALOfflON, • Importers and Jobbers of I> E- y Goods, 79 A 81 Leonard Sireet. a few doors westof Broadway, NEW YORK. C ONSTANTLY on band, a bujre and varied assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY DBT GOODS, HOSIEBY, GLOVER. AND GENTLSMEX'S FUBNISHING GOODS. New Tork. Oct31- tf. Joseph Beckel. tipwls BrckeL B E C K E ? ^ B R O T H E R S, Snccessora of ALBERT'COOK A CO., Imponers A MAnnfaclnrern vf Spectacles, Optical, Mathematical, and Survejing Instniments, Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views of all countrie.'', mZSly No. 37 Maiden Lane, NEW TORK. STEIIVER ERbTHERS~~& r C a . Mannfactnrers and Wholesale Dealers in BOOT8 & r SUOMt^^ No. 45 Dey tStreet, i- ngj en JVctc Y'ork. 8. B . Halle. 8. Kabn S . E . U A L . L . I : & C O . , Mannfactnrera & Importers of Stoebs, Cravnt*, Nerktles, FiimlshlnB Cloods, Ae., No. 14 Barclay Street IDp Slairs), NE W YORK. Ord- m prnmptlv Httend « d to. mhlA ly n r O R D L l K l G E R , B R O T H E R, Importers of French and German PRODUCE, No. 12 W A T E B S T B . NO. 102 LoaB. viu> STB. NEW TOBK. Rvi. TiMnRr. Mn w n o T. I; S-' T r.. E C L O T H I N G W A R E H O U S E . B E R N H F . I J > I E R B R O T H E R S, Tm[> orter8 and Jobbers of TAILOETNO GOODS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, & 0., ManularlurcrsolMEN'S AND BOT'S C L i O T H I N O A N D S T O C K S , 190 BROADWAY, ( between Fnlton and Dey Streets,) A'^. ffir YORE. The snliacrihers beg leave to inform yoo t h a t tbey have ou hand ( oxclnalve of tbeir iarge stock ofmen'a clotbing) an extensive and well selected atock uf Youths', Boyp', & Childrens' Clothing, comprising every variety of Style and Material, anitable for City or Conntry Trade, nhich tbey offer for aale at such prices as lo dcIy cempe'ition. Bnyera coming to this market will find it to ifa - ir advantage to call and examinn our stock before pnrch lajng elsewhere. Alltbese articlea are our ovvn manufacture, and having been seiected and mado np nnder the aupdrv- iaiun of thoi Beat Talent t h e Conntry nd'orda, warrant ns in soliciting- t bo trade for a share uf tbeir patrsnage. Wealso continne tu mannlacturoall kinds of Stocks, Ties, inc., o f t h e very latest stylos, and likewiae keep a good assortmeut of ' Tailoring Goods, conaUn tiy o n h a n d BFENHEIMEB BBOTHEBS, j n i S l y 199 Broadway. 8. H. Stronso _ jus. Stronse. S. H. STROUSE & BROTHER, n sKuriCTimriis o r S H I R T S , COLLARS, DRAWERS, And Inventors Bf " PATE. « JT CCBTEB SPEISO" Y O K E S H I R T S, ( Patented Oee. 23,186S,) No. 47 Warren Street, apS- Iy • I f e i v T o r k . PHILADELPHIA AD^" ERT'M'Ts CLjiGiioan .-- I. c. r s T u, — « —-."— — I. t . f a, CLAGHURN & FRYER, 1- 11 . . _ . _ . . _ . . . 1 .-. m . - , . . . ' 221 ChesiDHt street, aboTe 2d [ North eidtl Importera of -• English and Scotch Goods, Suitable for ihe Jobbing & Clothing Trade- Dnndee Goods— of all de » criptionB, ' PHILADELPHIA SIMON H E I T E R , — U M B R E L L A A N D P A K A S OL B l a n n f a c t a r c r , N. W. (>) mer Market and Tbird strreta jeig. l2 PHILA DELPBIA iI^£> IA KUBBEIT' CLOTHING • f£ t / f S a n u f a c t u r e r s ^ Prices. WHS l a in Brown, iJl9 Church Alley, Jan7- lv PHILIIDELPHIA josKPM RIPKA; ^ MsD& Iartnrer of Hea- 7y Fancy Cotton Goods, for jei2. iy PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE HOUSES^' l< e\ Tis frailer &, € o., . HanoIdCtnrtrs of Shirts, Collars, Bosoms. Flannel Shirts, Drawers, Overalls, etc.. 283 " W. Baltiinore street, BALIIMOEG, i i i. A Tery Large Aasortnrat of Gent's Famishing Gi'Odj, always en hand. Being luider comparatively Tfry small expenses, and getting work done rheaper Uiui Is New Turk irr Philadrlphia, we a r s enabled to olfsr par. t i n i l a r inducements to ihe Trade ia general and the Jebbers in paiticnlar. Onr Overalls, Drawers and Bicliory Shirts a r e e x t r a large s j i r s and well adapted for ihe B » - tailer. jel5 Iy TURJNBULL, SLAM & CU, CoMinssioii MxACHsNTS, and Agenta for the 8al « M American WooUens, my- 29i 31 S. Charles street, BALTIMORB. JOHN FALCONER, C o m m i s s i o n M e r e h a s t, Coruer Charles A Gernian Stieets, 3AX. TIJII0i  CINClNli'ATI, OHIO. ISTILLERS of Culogue Spirits, Alcohols, P* iriw" « Liqnors aud W i n n . llealera in Genuine Eourl'"" i l y e a n d AlonoDgahela WIiJaliieB, Pure Catawba n " " ' a£ d UruDdlea, Cighrs, Jtc. ''' 1:''_— FRE'SH^ KEAtsr& c.-^" ' T HE anbacriber alwaya haa on handat No. 1- 3 Canal Marliet, [ the stand of tfae lato Mr. Bnxb. iom. j tbe very heal qnalltiesof BEKF, MITTON, . t c , which ., she will be pleased to dispose of lo hor firiendii anil in » pnblic in peneral. [ JanB. lf.] MB. GOLliSMHf?' A l a o - b n s always on band, cboice Sroofced Bt* i,-•• sages and tongaea, MOSES KAHN py^ fi R KSPECTTGLLT informs his Frienda and{••'^'" « ' t h e pnbiic in general, t h a t keeps his., required. All o r d e r s pu..^ ., - T'AUK nalronaeeTOBpectlnlly soliciied. MOSES EAHJ » , jelB- tf. Comerof 7ih and WsJcnl- Ha_ Op'on every Sanday, t i l l 9 o'clock, A. M., « i " ' fresh meat ma. T beobtained. . , i- r. s Smoked Beef. Tongues, Sausages, e t c . , constantly hand. Orders from tfaecoontrjf punctnally attengg^' lUi f^ tOUIS BILLIGHKIMER 2tl' 2lf. S t a t h ftreet, between Elin and Plnm Cincinnati, Ohio, H AS alwnys on hand piho Tbry best qnality of F r e s h Beef7Mnttsn.' VeaI i c ; also,' Smoked and Pickled TTi i t " n n sm i , aapsB, Tongnes.-' choicejirtlclea— to be sold daily; ^ so Saturday evenings and Snnday momiiipa. a t " Store, aod delivered at t b o booses freo nt '^^ S?'~.- ir ders Crom t h e ' c o n n t r y promptly filled. - ocl » -' i  

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