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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - September 26, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio \ i i it it i f j i r-1 p a a i i a a f a 4 a j a a a it i a it s. I i y periodicals devoted to the religion history and literati re of the israelite. T p vol. D.�?iv�. B2. Cincinnati Ohio Friday september 2�, 5�22, a. M., �s62, a. Cut wobble i number 42s. J psalm 140. Peterof a to from Tho Ovil Man arts it Orvo to from Tojo violent i nil Rolt let 5?. R. Foia Thoda who me chief in choir Besoin Pion Ybo gather Luff round Loir a off Brood Ribeir to Graeb like those of aernouts vile. They Render double Sharp and keen t a Ibec Rrth i Liler ii s deceitful ample. Is udder a pol Fiou Fineen. Keep me eternal a from Mil Cloae Bonds pro Servo to from my ii relenting foe from those i Whoso Pureco Ever settled stands my a diffs to thy Way to overthrow. Tho proud have hid a cunning snare and Fords for Mon love a Renil a net Han by t get any Couce Lod Wii i Core and Gius to take Nio Sot. R to the lord exclaim a a my god Art thou a Ohear my voice eternal i Liilo i Pray thou of who till now my Luad Haa covered in the evil Day. Grap in Attlio a lube Ltd Many a desire a a his up pos Quot and him not to gain to not with higher Pride Ith pro a a Ilia heart already Viii wily will the Reader ask do the merchant and grocer charge him Inorg than others a Tohnia i would say in All Candor and goo feelings that it is the Way of Tho world. It miss pc be remembered the customer is needy i a he belongs not to the Rich class he Bas to a Purchase by the Little just As lie is Able not. Calling for whole bolts or full barrels like tic wealthy banker but for one Yard or two of one Pound or so and though be pays for what he gets being clothed in the garments of the common labourer and carrying the j Crest fallen face of the lowly Tho religious Cliris tian or jew tic Man of Benevolence of natural politeness and refine Niento Peculiar to the Tinct Cintli Century Lias no words of recognition no civility for him of i 1 St Ruthk for the be mine emr mics Liose Eye. With com mph to around Tho Mitlo Mahchi Ltd which Fhyr i feb or visa shall on their own do Voird bends Rob find. Theirhop�4 Mullen thine Rothall Blase or of flowing Rori the shall Deswood into that fire in they he cant. Whose but inc never end. Down into pit deep Simith to be Hurlo a. Nop Ovon Rise a a in Tho great Avo Gor Liall Indian Tiit swoop Onmi f Ico of , Liose winked Mon Loisl Indera and repro he in it or do in. By Mica Ltd Tho Ruth logs blow Thoy Rel by Iii ice d Lii at Loat. Even a their overthrow. I know that Tho , by his Olgh. The Causa of his Apu cod Arill min talk. Aud Over sacred in Iji-4 Eye the right of Humble Holp leks Romr will remain the Rii Jire him will thy Nam Andoro a a ill grateful song Oliy cruises a Well and in thy presence Cipr Ortore shall All the upright Wuu and in soot i Ali Clui uld he have ? is not this customer a poor dependent ? and a he not forced to give most any Price one pleases to charge ? of lie purchases not of him will any other merchant Deal i alter with Haiti ? not a Whit. And does he not know it v most certainly else the of liaising the custom Lio Wever trifling it , would make him More civil. Shame shame and yet it is so whatever the whole world though be i be a jury under oath May do or say to the contrary a it the in Lon Jai Riih chronic. Copy tit ii pc Urcil according Loq j rud9lpb Morgenstern a tale of love and he scr. Re h. Ii. M0o3, Diter of a if Tara or the pop and Ais in Init Ora cd after i. Or All the great and important in the West there appears none More Beautiful healthy and aristocratic than Louisville situated on the South Bank of the Ohio in hearing distance of the a a roaring built on no entirely Flat and level piece of ground the main streets which Are Laid out from East co West being intersected by other Atreo a of about Tho same Width running from the River South a thereby creating Square blocks of equal Sie and distance make Tho City More striking y , than if that Eire and regularity had been partially ignored or totally . On account of this remarkable uniformity of plan Slie appears More grand having her wide even St acts lined on Sacii Side with 6tatol3 buildings leaving no empty space to mar the Beauty of a Block of Bouse Bat like a Bill bet of pretty Teeth each place is occupied front Square to Square. B3 a peaking of these Many tile Reader must no imagine or under stud Liat tie whole of Louisville is a perfect Model and All that Art or nature could do forber kvas Long since done. Far from such an idea. Like All Whir great cd pics tim one in question being no exception 1ms her narrow Baek str Etsu with Here end Oberc an old Dilapi dated Fraine cottage relics of Thoin Mimcy of Louisville which have been removed rom Tho More important streets to Finch Ott of to Wuy. Localities. Where vice docs find a Hearth Andi Chimo. In Day Light a stalks abroad quite unabashed. J o,.fiuch squares and into such houses tim poort the honest poor driven. Drained by Tho �7 goods in Orchant or by Tho grocer of his hard earned dimes by being compelled to pay for whatever he needs double prices to finds Kimse unable after getting Tho Ehe Orl life to rent elsewhere. Ani truth that Tho Man however great in morals and powerful in intellect if poor is looked Down upon cheated and swindled because be can Noton All occasions help Iii i Elf and if he should Hati Tho might a impudence to make an attempt to kind honest benevolent Aud religious world Puta her Arlo Van foot upon his Throat and chokes him to d at i. D his is but a Faitt picture Nevor Thule is a jul t one to which every Pior Man can and will testify. For who is sri Dull As not to have noticed the ecu concoct cd unfairness a and in Bietico shown to the lower class. How a appropriate and of strikingly True tic remarks Sirk Dward Lytton Bulwer puts in the Mouth of his favorite Eugene Aram a when will these hideous disparities be banished fro i Tho world ? How Many Noble natures How Many glorious tropes How much of the seraph a have been crushed into Tho mire or blasted into guilt by tile Mere Force of physical want what Are Tho j s a # a of the Rich to those of the poor. Yet see How in int we Are to the Cri Fues of the one a How Rele loss to those of hic dts i it is a had world it makes ii Many a heart sick around him the Reader must not think those words too severe for he can be assured they do no Zuj Vurtice to tim larger portion of Tuiai Kindl having digressed somewhat from the Boater track of theme by Short and perhaps und Mcle speculation i ouch Mero Viil take up the thread of my Sto Wii Cro r broke it o to and continue narration until i have Success fully draw it to a close. A blessed Yould be Tho poor Man indeed if he Ltd of Fand none Cise a would and could inhabit those wretched abodes of misery in these alloys. Bluit a pity that it is otherwise i hero nest to Shan revels the harlot in her vulgar glee live the Gaulder and the expert thief. Here bides the latter his stolen property. Further up is Tho Retreat of Aas is sins. And Rich Young , on account of his wealth fondled and admitted in All Good and fashionable topic to spends the Long Long night at the gaming table or lies inebriated in the arms of so tic favorite harlot. Gracious god i what a Price for a poor Man to raise a family i. Come Reader lot us cur Tain Over tins Mournful picture and spurn with indignation Trio hard hour Tod wealthy who drive the poor Luau into such bitter cd trim Utica while we shed a kindly tour for him. Who must behold his children wherever vice it reigns supreme and virtue like an exile foil life never shows her Radiant face.,such localities Reader belong not As you can Well imagine to the beauties of cities but being generally situated Between. Long Road of ,, Twain and running from Block to blocks having the appearance More of Pat cd gullies into which the offal is thrown Taliaa that of streets and on account of their great narrowness being entirely void of conspicuous Ness arc Thor Elbre not often noticed by the traveler. Having this in common with other places. Louisville still lays claim to beauties Independent of her wide and Long thorough fares in which i she leads Man other important cities. Though pm Cannati Aud Chicago Ina boast of having larger and More massive , and it. Louis claim More private dwellings yet Louisville can proudly Elijal Cnoc All three in neatness of architecture and in the judicious selection of certain localities for. The merchant while in regularity and order silo is second to none. Not hero. Like in. Inan a cities of the West though Uliey have streets exclusively improved with private dwellings do you and the residences scattered Ai Png the various Lio Usefof Trade hut on wide and spacious squares a litre Commerce is a entire stranger Cluster magnificent mansions constructed of Stone and of Marble in the midst of flowery gardens. Like so Many palaces in Tho magic land of fairies. Tic same a be said of the business houses. A j is True Louisville has not As Many As Eicher of the other cities mentioned but you find those Lew she claims not scattered like a Church Mem it a s Good qualities but All in close proximity of one another occupy ing several squares nearest to the River. Fain Market and being the principal for Trade there Are but Jorj Quot few private dwelling found thereon yet the Lipper stories of Nian a of these emporiums on Market and streets Ore used As Fain ii lodging Koine cities the store keeper himself being in middling Only keeps jus Fil mily with him or if his income him to dwell in More fashionable quarter., he not finds Tho Opportunity to rent his spare rooms to famine., who far from being poor still think it bad policy to spend their hard earned Money to make a show in a Fine Houe. Many of the Public edifices Are erected with More genuine elegance than seem displayed in some of Tolj Osc in larger cities and of greater pretension. The court House Odd Fellows Hall theatre c Mustora Trouso the Mozart Hall the Law school the medical College the Hospital the Cathedral and tile various other Charclies would add to the Beauty of the most finished Cit on this continent. Having Given to the Reader a indistinct View of and introduced to him in what she excels other localitic., Ive will take a Short investigation of her Hakh the a fliers managing the Public of stairs keep to Cit at All times and Tho year in scrupulously clean never suf bring filth to accumulate on the streets l having it invariably removed before it becomes a nuisance to Tho inhabitants. This Wisek his adopted policy causes the Tuio pc Rcd to re main almost As pure As tile country air and wit i the total absence of a teds and marshes to Altos Louisville unquestionably one of Tho heal i Hist marts of the Western country. There is something which contributes a largely to Tho general health of the City.�?. Awhile Tho poorer Inha hints of both Cincinnati and St. Louis must drink Thor River water however warm and to palatable Dur ninety Rinc times out of one Hundred the / Fellows inherited or if among a Tho Sohd one individual is found w Jio earned it there Are a against made much of his wealth dishonestly. This class of men is called the moneyed aristocracy it holds the neck still and a High and principal governs and regulates the City. T thers who having been troublesome and in the Way at Home and were sent away on that account to some Distant school just to get somebody to take care of them and keep a a a a a them out of mischief where the Rich a Dull studies a Little greek and about As much latin and Learned to translate a Little of a Homer and Virgil de there a few years comes Homo a Jan thed scholar a not in the classics hut in drinking swearing and card playing i rile too holds Ilia head High if for no other reason than for to Jud old his position at Par in sell cd and society. Tjimis is another kind of aristocracy. But the worst of All is nevertheless that which rises from obscurity. It is he who through Accident a mean and a dirty position to one of profit and of gain who would be far More exacting and tyrannical than blood thirsty Nero had he a Chance. Ile forgets his associates , and holds head Stifler than the banker himself. Us Viji never condescend. To speak tone however Clever who is not. Recognized by the first Goc Octie for fear he should be suspected of not always having worn Broad cloth. Yet a is the unmanly Knave who licks the foot of the Rich Man and sneezes whenever Tho Fatir sex takes snuff it but this kind of upstarts who oftener than any other class insults and oppresses the a weak and poor and is the most bitter and overbearing to inferiors. What ii calamity that what appears so mannerly and , should in reality be Louisville a curse i Many of those sycophants can she spare and have thousands upon thousands left to show her daughters at the concert and the ice Cream Saloon. And yet there is one Good thing even joined to this evil. The greater part of tie male population belonging tacit Dierof the Oliree. Classes above mentioned but very Seldom if Ever indulges in Rowdy ism consequently the City apr Pear whether she is or not is not my province to arg every aristocratic. I furthermore would add that Louisville in proper Tion of her population to those of All the other great cities of tile West has a great Many More men of dignity if not in reality deserving that name at least having the appear Aiice of such and far fewer rowdies than any either we can mention. In fact the male As Well As the female population Bere seem to have Dif lorent Woys and manners from those of other cities. The native american fur. Instance appears bolder by Avav and More Independent than those residing further North or South. His walk is More erect and Graceful and his step a More easy and dignified. The Broad faced round shouldered German even who is so passionately fond of Jovial society and of Good la t Ger Beer walks Nob Here like a Largo majority in it. Louis from morning until night to the drinking Saloon. But attends closely to his business whatever it May be and when night approaches with Hor curtain of peace the inor Cliant and Mechanic the Rich no the hot it if summer Tho people of this place draw from Tho Manv Wells Tho sparkling beverage a Irish and Cool As in Tho \ the poor wearied by their daily toil seek Inid Stop Winter. F of hair Homes Aud families who anxiously at the this Chapt Eyt re snark await their arrival a then alter supper it de City appears Beau Ifju healthy is not uncommon go to the lager and aristocratic Anil Havish g spoken at some Jug thou her Many advantages the author will now assign some foil reasons for calling her aristocratic by a pc Kin a of Tho aristocracy though there is a pure one i do not mean the Hiigli minded nobility known to the philosopher Tho scholar the poet and Tho True gentleman for to find it you must soar far far away from this Tain ted world and seek it a tile of dreams but of that Beer Saloon Atli to Tho whiskey shop. While others again visit Young ladies seek the theatre or Tho concert amp a Many very Many direct their Steps toward the theatre. It is an indisputable fact that Lon is Ilid appreciates and encourage established Genius any other Western everybody milling Hoidge. To ii our mechanics spend some of their hard earned Money at shrink. In Louis for in class of people who holds tile head High i sea uce speaking without prejudice in ther on account of Tho glittering trash which bowery Ani Tho Melodeon where negro r a a

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