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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - November 16, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio 154the israelite. Volume 7. A a yes a lie but these jewish dogs done to understand what a truly religious Roan is and when i began to Tell the lie i was upon put out now Noble Hasson if a Promise to jew be not binding on a True believer and you will see Roc straight with the five thousand dirhams i will betray every thing at once. A be easy about the five thousand Dirhem Good Man. Tell me 11 you will see me paid a a a my Honor upon 11 t is Well know then the infamous dogs Are very weak and terrified at the news of your Progress one whom i think the fall Job sister has departed with the great majority of the people into the desert about seven Hundred Strong. I heard a so but mind i Don t know it. The Young Roan. Whom you cull a Troy t being wounded in a conflict could not depart with them but remains among the ruins with some female prisoners some treasure and about a Hundred companions hidden in sepulchres. He gave me my Freedom on condition i fell in with you and Tsaur Edjon that the dogs full five thousand Strong had Given you the go by in Tho night and marched towards Hai Adan. They wanted me to frighten you it was a lie and i could not Tell it. And now Yon know the Plain truth and if it be a 6in to break Faith with an infidel you Are responsible for it As Well As for the five thousand dirhams which by the by ought to Lave been a whore is your order a a Otis Here a said the merchant drawing it from his Vest a a very Businesslike document drawn upon one bos Tenay whom they described As very Rich and who is Here enjoined to pay me five thousand dirhams if in consequence of Ray information Hassan Cubah that is yourself return forthwith to Hamadan without attacking a old Bose nay a head shall answer for this a a in a glad of it but where i you i would make him pay me first a merchant a said Hassan a have you any objection to pay another visit to your Friend Alroy a a Wallah forbid a a in my company a a that makes a a a be our guide. The dirhams shall be a a that will Mke up for the fifty per cent. I hardly like it but in your company that makes a difference. Lose no time. If you push on Alroy must be captured. Now never i the jewish dogs to Rifle a True believer i a a Oglu a said Hassan to one of his officers. A to horse you need not strike tents. Can we reach the City by Sunset merchant a a a an hour before if you be off at the budget of this country the synagogue receives the same emoluments per capita system. In Wartemberg also tile same liberality is bestowed on the synagogue on the part of the government a in America every body cares for himself and that is decidedly the Best plan. . Yvel Adf a co religionist hitherto Justice of the peace was appointed supreme judge of the Canton. dreaded bankruptcy of Russia was the cause of an Mukase which permits forcing israelite Todo b sinews and establish Banks in Russia provided they obtain the permission of the Cabinet and pay the taxes of first class merchants. Another us Fate allows hebrew soldiers to lie. Enlisted into the Emp rial guard complaints of the israeli test of the Lonion islands against the English officers is still in existence. Why do the English israelite do nothing for them a will rile jewish chronicle a explain this mystery Frankfort a t Leopold Stein remarks in a private communication a your new Temple and service endear themselves always Mote to the Community. The German prayers having so Beneficent an effect on the nume Iotis gentiles who always worship with us convinces me that As the hebrew prayers Are Nesses try to maintain our Union vernacular of the country is necessity in our divine service in order to fulfil our messianic we gladly subscribe to this rabbi published the seven sermons he preached during the last holidays. They treat on the seven benedictions. We will review them As soon As received. j Universal Alliance of Paris received the following reply of count Cavour a sir i received your letter in which you in behalf of the a Universal israeli Tish Alliance request his majesty a government to assist the father Mortara to regain a Possession of his child which is now in d Convent. Convinced of the right of . Mortara to claim his own child i have the Honor sir to assure you that the Royal government will do All in their Power to restore the child for which All Europe demonstrated so much sympathy to its family. Please acquaint the hebrew society with the intentions of the Royal government and accept the Assurance of a. Cavour Quot the founders of this a a Alliance a in Paris Are Young men of distinction. Aristides As Truc is assistant of the grand rabbi of Paris Isidor Cohen a known philosophical author is professor of the rabbinical Seminary Julius Carvallo is Emporia Engineer of Bridges and roads noxious Leven is attorney at the Imperial court of Paris Eugen Manval professor at the Paris University and Charles Netter is a merchant. At the head of it stands Cremieux. most interesting work has j % i 9 i a a a 4 i toll i Viva at Al Cao a sound the Drums. To. Horse to horse i just been published at Vienna with the super by continued i p0pt 0f the russian minister of Public in foreign record. sep the renowned Ultra Montane. Doctor had a Law suit with a Captain of the bavarian army. . Hen Lein a Well known Lawer of the hebrew persuasion appeared for the Captain and Point against sep who plead his own Case. The Good professor was very Muerb irritated. In. The Progress of the cause he made some very. Mean reflections on the religion of the lawyer. When All Wen away professor sep assaulted he Jein in the Hall of the court House and told him a a a a jew Only can plead such a bad . Henlein replied with a mealy ear Box which the professor did not like went Back instantly into the court room and entered his complaint. On being asked after his witnesses sep said Tho judge must have heard the of the terrible ear Box. The judge said he did not and the professor member of the state Council and the Bavar Ian parliament went Home with his # 4 f Edas Homan did after he had Given Morde 15 a in a a 9 1 Bai a ride. Lighten ment its title is Nve in being extracts from most ancient hebrew and arabic manuscripts elucidating the history of the Karaite and their literature. It is edited by m. Prinsket of Odessa. regret to learn the death of a distinguished rabbi and scholar. He was one of the last remnants of the old school a the Rev. The chief rabbi of Danzig i. Luefschuetz. He was Well known As a commentator of the Mishnun. chronic the Reform rabbi is going to quit Amsterdam and he will be succeeded by the Rev. . Schiller. councillors having been lately elected in the Large Village of Schir Keuy in Turkey the jews in conformity with the Batti Homayoun returned Neo member. Bey letters received by the syrian Relief committee London,1 it appears that in compliance with the suggestion made members of the roman Catholic greek and jewish persuasions were added to the local executive committee at Bey rout the following Ore the names of the gentlemen elected a of the greek Persimmon m. Canlis greek Consul jewish ditto m. E. Depicciotto roman Catholic ditto m. Joseph portals greek ditto m Diamandidis King of Holland has made . S. I. Mulder inspector of the israeli Tish religious schools in the kingdom Knight of the netherlandish order of the lion. This distinction is Well deserved by the useful literary activity of this hoary albeit vigorous Man. I2>tubllwceinrsrburo, Hung a the rabbi of this place Rev. . Gugenheimer a gentlemen of the old school minus the. Old lore hems opposed to the innocent improvements which the Board of directors of Bis. France a intended journey of m. Albert cob congregation introduced sent to. Vienna a we a her Quot a hit in a amp t a a. I sequence of satisfactory information received to move the Empeno cabanet�0\depose Tho the Central consistory the intended mis officers of his congregations. This is semele Simonof we. A Cohen to Damascus has been thing like the conductor Rev of a Sachs deemed unnecessary that gentleman Conin Berlin his. Posit Tippo be cause in Bis absence the remains Oft the late a a . Holdheim were interred Ara prominent place. Those gentlemen appear to. Be Des Peraic. In Temesvar rabbi. Kutepa the opponent of Rev . Passel will be deposed because he writes violent and personal a articles against the former \ retrogressive part made to elect a rabbi a from of Wurzburg but this plan was frustrated and rabbi Klein fro was elected. In sequently has returned to Paris from mar. Seines whither he has gone in1 order to embark for Syria. A a a v a Mug Gabriel Rieser has been appointed by the Senate of this free City a a judge of the court of Appeal Berger ice Wrath this is the highest judicial office in that Republic. We knew that . Reiser is o distinguished scholar but we knew not that he is so profound a Jurist As to be capable Olf Illing so High a station. \4n a to mid Yel Odim inst talc. Tuesday evening inst the Board of this Institute was re organized a coding to the Constitution. The old officers were All reelected Viz Henry Mack Esq., president Lewis etch Berg Esq. Secretary is. Rosenfeld Esq., treasurer. The Board consist now of messes. Emil Block l. Wise ii. Worms h. Stiebel sol. Friedman sol. Levi pm. Stromberg in. Menderson. The annual report of the president being an interesting document we publish it in full. Annual report for the school year ending october 24, i860. A. M we a a a officers of members of taim Iii Yel Odim Institute. In compliance Constitution and former a it Ngos i have the Honor of presenting tile following report of the condition and general Ope in i Ion of t. Y. School during the year ending october 24. The following is an abstract of the receipts and expenditures. Receipts for Tull inn for. Lab Quarter commencing october 25, 1859, ending january 24, Esho. Int. Class.$13 50 2d. Clas. 95 Good. Class. 210 50 half pay. 22 oo�?�?$460 2d. Quarter commencing Jan. 25, Enning april 24. 1st. Class. Too of 2d. A 3d. Classes. 213 of 4th. Amp 5th. Classes. 202 50 half pay. 35 to 557 25 3d. Quarter commencing april 25, ending july 24. 1st class. 97 50 2d. Amp 3d. Classes. 213 of 4th. Amp 5th. Classes. 250 of half pay,.r 33 50 00 4th. Quarter commencing july 25, ending oct 24. 1st. Class. 95 of 2d. Amp 3d. Classes. 200 50 4th. St 5th. Classes. 240 75 half pay. 21 of a a the following amounts for tuition Are due the institution and which no doubt will be collected. From 2d. Quarter .6 3d. 16 4th. A. 30 605 of 557 25 it it 52 of total amount for tuition 2237 50 the following amounts were collected and Are partly due to the Institute. Donations last anniversary 1699 90 for Sale of tickets 93 75-1793 65 subscription of the congregation by Nai Jeshurun for which an order on its treasurer is in the hands of our treas.,. 350 of subscription of several members collectable when called for 75 of 425 of total amt. Of receipts and outstanding acts. .4456 15 expenditures on salaries for teachers 2697 12 incidental expenses 24606 Statua Ries sprinting. 49 75 late anniversary supper ac.,. 139 75-3132 68 balance/.1323 47 this balance was reduced by the payment of 2 notes which the Institute was indebted from the last year. Note to Glossner a bro.,. 520 of note to n. Menderson 217 17 737 17 Nett balance. 5s6 30 Cash in Treasury 109 30 am due for tuition 52 of j subscription of k. K. By Nai Jeshurun. 350 of subscription of divers persons 75 of 5s6 30 considering the embarrassed condition of the Institute in former years and especially its precarious situation at the beginning of my administration with an empty Treasury and an indebtedness of nearly $800, it must be Gratifying to every member by referring to the above statement but notwithstanding our present prosperous financial condition i deem it proper to recommend to you the Celebration of the next anniversary in a manner like that of last year whereas our expenses for the ensuing year will be fully $600 More than before. I have no doubt the friends and patrons of education will again contribute most cheerfully especially when we can demonstrate what Good has been done and How the Money is expended. Permit me. Now to Lay before you a schedule of the Scholastic department of the institution. Number of scholars admitted. Lab Quarter. In ill to in in in is happiness is not in riches wealthy Dot in abundance be who needs Little is a i frequently Richer than he who lids any Tab 2d. Quarter. La of Lviv la of la Vav i. 3d. Quarter Vav it in f ill in Vav in 4th. Quarte i ii ii a a m i i 1st. Class. 30 % i a 2d in 28. I 3d in 35 i 4thv 1 Vav 44 -137. 1st la 26 i 2d Vav 25 a i a a 3d. Of 32 a i 4th, in 32 a a a it St �?152 1st. A of 25 to a. A in 2d. A a 28 Al 1 3d. I 334th. Of. 40 a i. 5 the. A in 47 -1i3.�?z 1st. In 22 a a _ �?�2d. v. In .30 a to i a /3d. Ill a a a i 34 a ii a a a j. A 4 the. A 40 i 1 5th. Vav 46 �?172 i the above would Harwan average of 158. Scholars for each quaffed thus being an increase of about 35 scholars for the year the average Cost for Tho education of each Pupil is nearly $19�?which exceeds the co nearly $5 . Pupil educated in the Public schools but if we consider the various branches taught in our school comprising English German and hebrew penmanship drawing sewing and embroidering to to list come to Tho conclusion that this course of studies is obtained at a very reasonable rate. The general attendance was very Good the average of absentees does not amount to 2 scholars during the Spring summer and fall but last Winter the average amount to double on account of sickness. Tile past year has. I believe been judiciously spent by the earlier and pupils the classes have steadily advanced along a the course of studies in some respect has taken higher ground in attainment than Tho preceding ones. The Standard of scholarship is More satisfactory and the. Squire my nos More solid and acceptable. I do not think that the general ability is better than in the classes of previous years but in thoroughness of mental discipline and accuracy if knowledge we have improved. No changes in on Bod of teachers Bare taken place during the year with Tho exception of adding . Buttenwieser to the department w Ith the increase of it was thought advisable in order to give such facility As would enable the pupils to make fast Progress in every Branch. The gentleman spoken of was engaged during the 3rd and 4th quarters he has charge of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd classes instructs them Only in arithmetic thus relieving the other teachers of that portion in order that they May to enabled to devote More time in the various other branches. It affords to pleasure to state that the pupils in those classes have profited greatly by this addition. The classes from the lowest to thebe Ghers have made fair advances pre teat hers have discharged their duties in every our superintendent Bas introduced such rules and regulations for teachers and pupils Aswell As the proper plan of studies that when duly observe and carried out will bring the school to a higher standing then any other primary school in hic City and i do not hesitate to assert that our scholars will in comparison to age Excel in knowledge the pupils of our Public schools. The trustees and director have devoted a great Deal of time toward the institution and have in great Many respects cultivated its present standing and have Cwi stantly watched its Progress. We have admitted free of can rec the following number of Pupil mostly orphan children. 1st Quarter 22 2d Quarter 22 3d Quarter 17 4th Quarter 25. Half pay scholars 1st Quarter if 2d Quarter 15 3rd Quarter 16 4th Quarter 9. During the last month we &3fc received Many application for the free adm fusion of poor scholars it has proved tvs applicants Hail from the different congregations of this place. Our congregation always contributing freely to the institution it behoves us to look chiefly to the poor and destitute of its members. It is and would be very desirable if our sister congregations would contribute in like Almer in order to admit and educate free of charge All the jewish pupils who Are no Able to pay for tuition. I Trust that some Steps will retaken by our sister congregations in order that they May be properly represented in this Noble Enterprise. This being the time set for rhe erection of trustees for the ensuing year the Secretary will Lay before you the name of can. Dictates nominated by the directors at their last meeting. The Gen Deroen. Proposed have served faithfully during my admin Quot traction and i most cheer fully recommend their re election. Many thanks arc due to the Board of trustees and directors of the Institute for the prompt and. Faithful discharge of their duties during the last year. I would respectfully recommend to the new Board to make such changes in the Constitution and by Laws As will be proper and wholesome for the institution. In conclusion fellow members and officers i offer Yon my most Heartfelt thanks for your kind support and Honor shown me during my administration and a with the warmest wishes that the All mighty May bless the pupils and parents ii Well As members and officers of the institution. A i remain respectfully a a Henry. Xvi president a. of a co invitee Olk a a. Israel of this i tiv proposing to. Unite in Scholastic Elj arts with tile Tai Mfd Yel Odim association was duly received by this Board and a committee appointed a to propose a prac Ricabla. Jan this Union a the Secretary was instructed the committee of la of conc Israel of these iroc Edi figs. I a a a a

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