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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - January 4, 1861, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 - J a- i '••^ M^ M-' H^ lilli A i ; . i . - Sll.) U i- if'i'i^''' i m '.•,''! r. r:  . '•••'' •;•,'•';;• • ^ • « ; ; i , I ; .; • s •. : ;• 1 •.< i S ' J ' J r." : wi • ii i - ' - : ' r:-' i-\\ m f^ y.^?! f rl; i^ ." 31"'!' iJ ''": m-  i ! 5 ill sl :: K i ^ : l i >:.'^ if' JSi^ fr T H E IiSK A K . L I T E . BRUNSIVICK & B R O . . VO. LUME 7. I B i l l i a r d T a b l e M a n n f a c t a r e r s , OFFICE— No. 8, Sixth s t r e e t; FACTORY— Comer of Kim and Cnnal s i r e e t; OINCINNATI, OHIO. T HIS being t h e largest Billiard Table Manufactory In t h o Dnited Statos, t h e proprietor's being ouubled rum t h e i r gieat faciliiies, olTcr gioda In t b e i r l i n e ten par cont lower than prices elaewhere. Koep coniLintly on hand an improved assortmont ol BllUard Tablea, with Marblo and Cherry Tops, unsurpimcd byanyostablishniont IntheCountry. Goods warranted. Also BilliardCloths, Cues, Cue Leathers, andall other trimmings in this line, Wbolesale and Retail. Rnnairing done Batlsfgctorllj al short notice, ' nngl M A G X O L I A Fire and Marine Insurame Company, C a p i t a l StOGic, S l O O , 0 0 0 . D I r e ..- 1 o r a .- W . C . M a n n , Sol. Levi, Jna- Bngher, S. C. N « winn, C. Hofer. R l l i d g e r, \ V C Vanderbill, H . O . G i l b c r t . Wm. II. Sayre. Chji's II- Mur^ hall. Scc'y. I W. C. Mann, Pres't. Office— A'o. l.' i Public Landing, bet. Main and Si/ camore Streets Cincinnati. ScRvtn- oR— N. F- LUCKV. Jy27 ly ' 5= 5 ,- T c ' i S": 5 '=' •: '° =^-=:= i=^'^ i NEW- YORK ADVERTJSEM'TS Man'ufacturers of UAiRRELLA^ Hi PARASOLS, No. 71. Warren Street, ^ y 12. vj NEW YORK. G. EOSEKBLATT & BROTHER, Impuriereuud JubLersof ifBIL. ILSrilF. ElY G O O D S, DRES.-; TRI. M Ml N CS LACE. S WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY, A- c, And a general asserinicut of Smal' Wares, No. 78 (.' hainberA Street, Three duors mest of Broadway, NEW YORK. Gor- rls received from AQCtl.. n daily, aud sold at j per cent udvuuce fur Cjoh. au3 ly Srlicrman J . .\ ilIor Samson Ronenblrilt. . t] Ielr » polglaia Shirt W a r e h o u s e. ADLEE & ROSEHBLATT, Slniiurncturera of • SIIIRT.'=?, COLLARS DRAWERS, l i e ," nn. 3! y . S39 Breii. In, iy, [ up etairri,! NF. W VORK. Freedmin Rosenthal and Goodman, Miiuur. ii- Iurers ami Irriporlers of Nu. 3i; S Erc'jdvi- ay, belveen F r a n t l i n i Wbile SI. J , an') ly ^ NEW YORKSiiU'in Zinn _ ^ r.- ix B,:- rt. l/ heimer. Z NW & BER0LZH5IHER, I MPORTrn* C'f I'renih, Cernnn an I Eii_- lish Fancy C. juili, Cuilerv. Riiti,.. nri, i c . .'^ o. .-'. 5 . lliirmv Str..' et", ine. ir Church Siie'ii,! [ auliyi NEWVORK. J . Au^ Uit II. An^ iijt. J. AUGUST & BROTHEB, M ANl'F. VCTCRERS. v Deal'- r, in Kea. 1y- ni. iri.) M ' u ' s and Bi'is' Clothing, at WhjlC3. ilo, N" o.: i3 au'i ly N r. W D.' V St- VORK REFER, E r W. W. Scarborough, Bli lea Greenwood, Tyler Davidson and Co. S. Davis, J r . , nnd Co., PERMISSION. TO W. n. Smith and Co. R. iwson, Wilbv ind <'' i. IlunO'inell, HJll nn'l Co. Twe. jd an'l Sibley, Heidelbacb. SeasongoodACo. Springer and Whiiemnn, Wynne, Uaiiii^ and Co. Snire, Eckstein nnd Co. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI. M a r i n e , I n l n i i f l T r a i i s p o r t a t i o n &, F i r e R. lsl<: 3 t a k e u a t C u r r e n t R a t i - a. DIRECTORS J o h n Bnrgoyne, F. X. Wi.. i- lora  ss, Thomas R. B i g g s , . Thim. Ong, Mnri7U=. Fechbeim, jr, Henry Ellis, coruer uf Main and F r o nt JNO. DORGOYNE, Pros. PUTZEL 6; STEIN, COMMISSION Ml':! iClIANTS, . V.'> 1D riC\ LCr! 3 IN Grain, Flour, Feed. " Whiskev, and CEGIVEK. M. PIKOOa'n., 11:,. &, c.. On Dn.' in."' an. 1 Reade Sta , . v. Pl. r7EL, A. SrL- i.> l. SULlIff. niNG-:;, iriir N. V. A E. R. R. Depot, NEW VOKK. R E r C R E N ' C E . S : Malhins Clark, Esq., Pre- ideni Heoplr-' s Fire Ins. Company, i; C Wall street, Nevi- Y'ork, Charle'i F . Hunter. Esq., P r e i . People's Bank, Canal Street, N" c< v York, Bev'iiis it ! i][. rih- ill, 1 » 1 Reade s i r e e i . New York, lirnke. Huiick i C o - Whul,.- saleGr. x- ura, EiiHou, P a , P- S. Micher, K^. i- ¥. A i » I. Bank, do T- R- J i l g i e a v i s , Whulesale l. iiiii.. r D.? alf. r, do nepiie"* . Miller, Y. ii--\. Pres. Struudi'nurg Db. Strouds l . u r p . Pll. . Inhn N- Smkr- H. . tgent Hope Express, do Henry G- - Jilel. el, E- i-) , Cincinniii, L-. \\ - Wnlf, DlilvvaiiLic, I J . Hamburger, Chicago, T. Kruiidiii/ in. h i i r - i l . feblO- ly S llEHREW BOOK STORES, i- m and - 1 Cr- rt- iritrem, NEW Y'ORK, J i i 9 1 y . P . A. S P R - i a n i AN, S w r v e y o r . Home Insnrance € ons. itnuy OF CINCINNATL O F F I C E : No. 37 West Third s t r e e t. All Claig^' of FireTand Uarine ri* ka taken on t he most fuvorablo tf : my. OF OINCISNATI iNrnaponATED I8. i' 2. D'treetors for 18.58— 59. Edmnn- l D. BXter, J. S. Chenoweth, J. P. Tweod, James COhoun, Pollock Wilaon, Robert .\ nJrew, Ohaj W. West, N. W. Thomn?, Briggs Sirifr. J o h n D. Minor, John Whetstone. Sara. J . Hnle, Peter A. Wbito, J. T. Warren, Ooo. Wilshire. - Grateful for t b e l a v o r s o f their nnmerons putrons. lurin* a- verlod of niore t h i n twenty years. the Fin. men's Insnr ance C-^. vifill ever strive to maintain tbo pnblic confidence " oli'Tias, Fire and Marine, npnn every description nf nropen. T, issned npon approved and liberal terma. j ^ o - T i c e . In Company's Bnilding. on t h e N . F . cr, r. ner of F r n n t and Mnin Ht « -, 2d Btory. enirnnc? nn Front - ' - UKNRY K. . SPFNCER, r o i L. r: ri.\ SON. S,] ierolnry. " f^" 21llL Central Park FJre Insurance Company OF THE OITY OF N EW TOEK, O F F I C E : 130 Brondwny, C n n H C a p i    S T O C K S , 199 BROADWAY, ( between Fnlton and Dev Str. ipts,) N EW YORK. The snbiirriliera beg leave to inform you t h a t they have on banvl ( exaiusive of their largestockof m.^ n's clothing) an extensive and viell selected stock of Youths', Boys'," i Childrens' Clotbinjc;, comprising every variety of Slylc and Maierial, snitable for City or Country Trade, which tb..\ v off- jr for sale at such prices ns"- to defy compe- llion. Bnvers coming to i b i s market 7- III find it to t h - i r advantage to call and examine our Elfickbefore purch isingoisenherc. All these articles are O'L'! oven manuficture. and having been sei. ected and • n^'^- dp under tha aupervision of t h e Best Talent the Co. oiirj, aflor.  mannfacture all kinds of Stocks, Ties, A- c, of t h e - very latest styles, and likewise keep a good asaortment of Tailoring Goods, coTilantly on hand BFRNHEIMER BROTHERS, J ° ' 3 Iy 199 Broadway. S. H. Stronee j^ j. Stronso. 1 S. H. STROUSE & BUOTHER, MS. MTFACrnBRttB OF '' S H I R T S , COLLARS, D R A W E R S; And Inventors of " PJTENT CDBVED SPBIWO" Y O K E S H I R T S , • ( Pa/ enfed D « c. 23, 1856,) No. 47 Warren Street, ' ap3- 1y Neir I T o r l c . ' P. Pfcilier 5. Frankonheimer P. Walter. T. PFEIFFKR & CO. ilanufjicturors - CLOTH ai^ © ,. , IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS, T A I L O R I N G O O O D S , No. J72 Brondway, oppomie Taylor's Sului. n, novO- l) N hM YOBK. Linens, Sliawis, HaiidUei'cliiffs, liirc ROBERT SLIMMON & CO., l u i , 01 IVTti bLd COMMLSSION MERCHANTS, 6I1 i cu ll, Mde atrefct, [ seM Iv] NEWTORK. ~ SLOCOArB,~ StoWEi: Lr& " Cor IMPORTERS OF Briiish, French it Gernian T> RY GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAR, No. • Jb a ud SI, P a r k Place, JylQ ly- NE^ V YORK. WILSON G. HUNT 4- Cor, IMPORTERS OF WOOLLEN AND OTHER GOODS. Adapted to jMEN'S WEAR, No. 30, i2, 3i i- 36, Park Pbice, c u r n t r of Cnurch s i r e e t, Jyl'J- ly. NEW Yl'RK. W i l l i . J . J ^ c a i l O S M , No ' 21 Warren Sti.. cl .'. NEW VORK. I BLG 10 iniorin inj friends, cn^ iomer^, uhd the piiblic, thai I ivill conlinue and always h. ive un hand a larg- 1, weli- buii(; ht, i selected siock of GOOIla. such as Cloths. Cafsimeres. " Vesting' n a greai v a n a t j , which I oiTer for B. ile at tba lowest market prices. tti^^ Clolhifri and Merchant Tailars. coming to I b i s market. Will do well toexaniiiio niv stock. \\ 1LL1.\ SI J. SCHLO. SS, No. 11 Warren Street, NEW YliRK. ^ . B.— Slore clos- rd, and nobusine^ is transacted e- ti Satur. dayj. jel' 2 ( Ssl/ i. I l o n s e. ROTnSCHILD, BERNIfEiniER & SdLOMCJX, Importers and Jol. bers of AT 7' J & t'l Leonaid Mreet. a f- rv, doors weoiof Broadway, NEW Y'ORK. C ONSTANTLY on hand, a large and vnried asrortmeui . of . ST- iPtfT . iiVti j^.- i. vc'i'zyyrr GOODS, HOSIERY. GL':' fE.= i. AND GENTLEMEN'S FCRNISHING GOODS. _ _ New York, OcU31- if. STEINER BROTHEKS ~ i. e~ COT. Manurartiirers and Whoiesnle Dealers io No. 46 Dey yt; reet, ^ iigi lim >^* Cgg S'OfA'. S. E. iiulle. S. Kahn S. E . H A L i L E & C O . , Maniifacimers itilmporters of SIoi- cs, Cravuts, Neckties, Furnfablnii Ooods Ae- i No. I- l Barfluv Street i Up Stairs), NEW YORE. ( Irl-^ m nr- iTn'- tly iti. ind" d t'l. mhl6 l y Importers of French and German PRODUCE, No. 12 W A T C E S r n . No. 102 LOMS. VP. D S T B . Vrn- Yoai; R/ ii. Ti.' ifnBF. Mn PHILADELPHIA ADVERT'M'TS C. CU\ GtluBN. CLAGHuRN & FKYKll, i' 21 Chestnui sireet, nbove ' 2d [ North side,] Imporiers ol" English and Scotsh G.- jods, Siitable lor the Jobbing: & Cloiliing Trade; Dnndee Goods— oi'all descriptions, __._^ .___. I'HILAli ELPUIA. SIMOH HEITER, U . M B R E L L A AND P A R A S O L J l l n a u r n c t n r e r , N. W. t'ljmer Markatnnd Third srreets, jei' 2- 12 PHILA DELPHI. Y. 0 J. 0 T fl IN G .' 1 « allannfcscSnrcrs'^ I ' r ices. • J19 Church .'\ IIev, jan7- iv PHIQDELPIH.- V. JOSKl'll HIMKA ( t CO., Manufacturer" of Heavy Fancy Cotton Goodi. for je12 l y PHI1..'\ DELPFTT.'\. B A LTI MORE " ' H O U S E S . ' " l^ laniiliLCini,- rs .' f Shirts, Co'" ar3, Bosoms. Flannel Shirts, Dra'wers, Overalls, etc.. 2S3 W". Ballimore eli- eet, li. XLl'lMORE, Md. A ' Very Large .\ o5i. rtniont of Geni'p Fiirnii> hing Go. sds, alvvii^ s nn hniiil. Being under comparaiively vury email expenseii-, nnd g p ' i i n g viork done cheaper liian in N.? vv Y'urli nr l'liilii. ii'l| ihi. i, vve i. re eniiblud lo oiT.. r pnrticiiliir injiiccmeiiib to i h e Trndein j; onenil and ilieJohl"? rs in parri'riilar. Our Overalls, Dnmers and Hickory Shirli. uro extra large - SIZL-^ and vvell adapted fur t h e Re". taller. . j e l 5 lv I UKJVBULL, SLADK ( SL^ CO., CoHUissioN MrscuANTd, and Agents for the Sale ol American Woollens, myS'Jl 11 S. Cbar^ oB Bl^ reet, BALTIMORE. JOHNFALCONKK, C o m m i s s i o n M e r c h a n t, Corner Charles A German Streets, BALTIMORE, a i s . l l a s on hand, from the MannCiclnrers, and oOToi SCROFULA, or KING'S E\ qL, I s a consiituiional disease, a corruption of tlio blooJ by ivhich ibis fluid beconiea vitiaied, ivr- iik and poor' Being in the circul. iifon, it pervade? lbe nboIe body ilnii may burst onrindisease on any p a r t o f ii. - No crg^ nls fre-? iiom its a i t a c k i . nor is there one n b i r h it may not deetr. jy. The Scrofiilons t. iint Is variously cansed by mercurial diseiiie, low living, disordered orunliialihv f. ud, impure air, fillh aud lilihy baliiis, the depre- Bing vices, and, nbovo all. by Ihe venereal inl'ecilon. Whaiever be iis origin, it is lier.. diiary in the const hot ion' descending frum " p a r e n t s lo children unio iho third' snd fourth generalian ; " iinieed, llSecins lobe iliercidof Ilim who says', " I will visit the iniquliies of the futbers upon t h t i r children." It. s effects lommence by depojltlon from iLe blood of ciTrupl or ulc.' ru'.: s mailer, uhich. In Ihe lung^, livc- r and Iniernal orgaus. is lermed tubercles; In ine glands' (. wtilllngs; and ou ilio surface, emptUns or sores, - fhis fuul corruption, which eugenders in the blood, depresB. rs the mercies of lile, so Ihat nciofulons conE. iiiiitic, Qg nol uuly suffer from scrofulous com jiluints. bnl they have far less power to willisiand Ibt- ailaclis of olher liiiras. e s ; conseqneiiily v- isi numbers perish by disonlers nhich, allhough not 6,, rofaloiis in Iheir nature, ars 6ti|| rondere. J fatal i. y rhla taint in the sysiem. Uosi of t |^ conMiinpIion vvhich deiimale^ lhe human family tag iti, origin directly in this scrofulous cunlauiinoii'on; and many do. 3trnciivo dii^ eiises o f l h e liver, kidneys, brain, and, indeed, of nil ibo o r f a n s , aris- J from or nre aggra' valed by t h e . ame cause.' vino iiuarler uf all our pcopio aro s.^ rofuloui; thetr person* are invaded by i b i s l u r k i n g infection, rita their lu- alih is undermined by i l . To cleanse It from iLe syg. tern vvo mii « t lea-.' vrtte lhe blood by an . ilteralive meill. cine, und invigoral-* it by heallhy food and e. ierciBe,— Su.: h a medicine vre supply in A Y E R ' S Compound . E.'^ tract oT SarsapariJIa, Iho most elle'jiu. il remedy which tlie mtdiealckili ofour limes can di- v l- e r. jr ihi^ eve ry- iv bure prevailing,- ind f. iial iniiLiily. It ii combined from lhe mosi ri. nive r.: niedi'ilg ih. il haveb.? eu ilis'.- overed forthoexparc Uion ol Itisfo-. l disorder from Ilio Dioo. l, and the rescue . jf the . iystem from its de~ irucli'e consciueneea. Hencs i' sboiilil Lo sinploved for the cure not only . jrHcroi'iil. i, but also iho « other " nlTerlion. s viliiLh .-. rise from it, such as Entiliteind S'. i" Di^ ea-", .'^. .• intliriiifs Fire, Ro'e, or Erijiij.(' l, is, PMH. pies, I^ i'' ul- r', Bhl. rhei, LUairit nr, d Boils, Tiiincm, Tiller tt SoL' Hhei.' n, - S'.-. i/ ii Ht.- i. l. tliu- jiroml. Rhriiniiii- istii. Si^ ihilita and Mer- 7iiriitl, l, af- if; s, Irrop'y, D;. rpfptia, D( ljititu,' an, i ir,. deed, all conifiUiiiUs aruitng fr-' jm riti- itid or impure hLjtjJ.~. The p-. pul » r bei. ef in -- impurity of the Hood " is l'uurid.: d in t r u t h , ror. s'.' r'-- l'il. v i- . i'l-' genera'ion uf tbe blu. j. l. The [ laniiriiiar purj-.- se and viriue of llii? farr. iparilla is ta purilv aud rei; eiii r- iI-.- this viial fiuid, niihuiil vtinih sound hri'iltli It- iinp'. t'sible in cooiamiu. itedconstiiiiioQi AYER'S CATHAETIC PILLS, FOR ALL THC PlM; POSi: S OF A FASWLV PHVSh?, aro 60 fomposui tlia[ di^ t.- ii-^ os m i h i n the ran^*' j of their { iClioa cm rarely wuhii. iad or rvndo tlw. ni. Th'oir ptnetr. iiipf proporiiri^ ^.- Hrcb, an> J clv& neie, : ID' 1 in^ lgcniCo ovi- ry portion uf ilio Iiiiniim or^. iiiii* m, corroding Ttadlsta^ td nciiou, und rfitoriD^ IM h? allhy vlit^ ljilt-^:. Aa A i" onBoqn « : nco of those piop^ rtios, th-? invuli> J \ iho is l..> w. ed down will) pain or phyaical dobiliiy is Q'^ toniifi^ d IL> find hii Iiealili or-^ ncrgj r- r^ iore- l by a rtmcJyni ODC- S eo F^ iraple tiri- i invinnt;. Not ODI> do t l u y care tbe eV'?- r>- d. i. f cornplaiiiM of overy body, but uiao niftoy forrrilJnldii anil d a n p t n : ' ^ distMsea. The agents b- f- loa nanieJ aro ple. X'e- l lo fiinii^ h ( rr'di^ my Araericuti AlnLiDiii", o n - lainintT c. j- riitio. ile'? of lii » : irruie^ and dir- jccron-* for ihelr n^ o in tht) folloviinc: c<-* nji- Iaiiits : CV-^ hrem?*?, Hwrt/ iim, ITcadticfie tiriai { j/ rom di. fOrfl^ ri'd ^' ymnch^ Naiut'^ a, In- hyntion,, P.: tin tn nihl yforbn. 1 Intiction ot tite i? r. irr£?, FLitulcnry, Lo^ i of Apji^ we,, Jiii/ H./ ir-*, oud t- l/ ier /. iii . So vvlde ii ilio field of ii-: nsefuiiiess an, l so nnmerons ore the C'l- ej i. f ii. s ciii'Oi, th. it nlmo- r every s- ietioii of co- intry .- iiioiin. l? in pertons publicly kDni, u, who havs been re. lur- rd fr.' in . il. irming and c- vcu desper^ tedlscases of 111.;, lungs by ils u..\ When once iried, Ilssuperiority overevery oih- r ni'. licioe of i i j kind 13 too apparent to ebCiipe ob- erviiiicin. and vibc re j i s virines nre known, thfi piioln: no loCL- er lii.- iiato vvh. 1l aniidoto to employ for the . lisiroi- in;.' rind diiizorf. n.-. iitTi. cti.:. ns .> f the pnlmODiu- yor:. ins rliiii are inciilonl to our climate. While many infrrj..^ r remeuics thrust upon the commnnity have f. iile'l an'l boon dis.-. irdcd, this has gained I'riends by . ivory trial, conferr.' d benefits on Ibo afllicied ihey Ci> a nover lorgei, mid proluc^ d cures too num'jroos and MO reraarkiiblu to be Krcoiien. PREPAP. ED Br D R . J « C . A Y E R & C O . LOWKLL, ] MA38. Allonr Remodies aro for sale b. v| SDIRr., F. I KaTKIN ,1 CO., Cincionati, Ohio, nod by all Driig^ isI^ nn'l ilaiters overy vyhora. 1.1'- 7 f"" Sigmnnd Levi, Leopold Leri, Sol. Levi, Ueimun Ltii. StaE* I$ is( iEEeirj. iguHi ansa HISIS - a B : nsr^ ll BBB kJ" - sJ. PEiMI P^ a ^ ' mv^^ iSsi& mmm^ m - i S SS - SOU - Eicn - Has iijsni psaz I SfMBJiESisS'tfaiyrE^ ii^ IKSiS '• m* i( i£ mm'ams: s^ sm'/^) m. for salo, a t tbeir prices — Dmbrellas, Travieling bags, Shirts, Linen Collars, Drawers, Suspenders, Stocks, Cravats and Ties, may- 29.1y Gloves and Hoalerj-, Sewing Siik and Tvvibt. Machine Sewing Silk. Waddings, Spool Cottoa i- C-, itc , . So. RICR, CIIASK ( ST'CCT COJfJf/ SNJ- OJV MEBCHANTS, tor tho sale of American Cotton and Woollen Goods. ' Nos. 10 & 12, Qerman street, niy29- ly BALTlHeBE. S. LEVI & BROTHEHS3 Noa 221 a n d 223 Walnnt Sirtet, belween Sth and l i b . cii; ci? raATi, OHIO. D ISTILLERS of Cologne Spiriia, Alcrlir. ls, Ponesiic Liquors and Wiiii- s. Dealeift in Genuine Buurheu, Ryonnd Mon.' inirahola Whisikies, Puro Cftluv. bn Wiiii- J and Brandies, Cigars, i c . s^ pO- Ir " WILL I XFTi I cl E f T s T ' * SaOCESSOR TO DONN. M. LY A' R1CKC7T3, t n i f f . Practical Plamber, 1^ 8 Pump . J^ Hydrant Mnker, 16 East F o n r t h Rtrijot, botwoon Sycamore i Broadway, ' O I N C I N N ATT, t J A S o n hand and will fnrnia'h SHOWER BATHS I WASH BOWLS, WATER CLOSETS. BATH TUBS L I F T , FOROK and A L E PDMPS, LEAD PIPE, and SUEET LEAD, of a l l s l z e s . All work done by nie w a r r a n t e d t o e r l v e i i a t i s r a c t l o n . JTIS""^ CANFIELD A' BERTRAM, Dealers in COAL & COKE, FJRE BRICK & CLAV, OBice and - Yard, 107 Ea"! Front Street, soiilh side, t'ti" Butler streot and Miami canal, Cincinnati, 0 . Constantl. v on hand a supply of Youghiogheny, P e a c h Orchard, Cannel Sf H t n l - f o r d City Coal, d i g M a n v f a c i u r e d a n d M » - K e e s p o r l Coke, F i r e B r i c k e n d Clay. fi> ff- Notea on solvont banks of Virginia nr Pennsjlvnnia aro taken at par for coal at tl. o nsnal prices, or bonght a t t h e highest- Tates iu t h i s . citv.. . Call on the ofllcB directly, br^ lecsj. your orders with " fiir. Ed. Blocb, Israelite loIBce. decT- tf- P c, a Ji ti ) i e % • \ I t m  

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