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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - December 23, 1859, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 • Wi^ Hi 192 If;': l^ HILADELPHL^ ADVEKT'M'TS J. C. HOWE & CO., COMMISSION MEECHAHTS, American Woollens, De Laines, Prints, Sheetings and Shirlings, Knit Shirts dk Drawers, Ho!. iery, dc , dCc, • 2' i'! ChesiBut sireei jeVJ. ly PHFLADELPHTA. FJlKl) i(; K, bTOKES& CO., Commistioji Merchants, 18 South Front street, ,,-.,..,. I y PHILADELPHIA. C. C. CLAUIIUUN 1. C. l E I b B . CLAai- iORN & FRYKR, ' i i l Chesinut street, above 2d [ North side,] Importers of Englich and Scotch Goods, ' billable for the Jobbing it Cloihing Trade; Dnndee Goods— ofall descriptions, PHILADELPHIA. ' rTlOMAS. t MAKThN, Commission Merchants, 217 Ckesinut street, PHILADELPHIA, lor tha Site " / I'- iyj iimex'ican & Foreign Dry Goods. iTn mTiiiAUSEN, luiportc- r of FRENCH, GERMAN d- SWISS D R Y G O O D S, 71 Che5. tnut Street, PHILADELPHIA. J O H N P O M P I R . j-'^- ly F. Y. KRUOijfCU., Importers & Commission Merchants, o r KANCV WOOLLEN. GOODS and HOSIERY, ?,- 2b Chestnut street, PHILADELPHIA. J. & J . P. STEIi\ ER & CO. Imp. irtora ot Kn^ liah, Fiench i German S M A L L W A E £ S , aud F .^- N C V O O O D S . j e l 2 . ly No. 33 Church Alliy, oPpH hItLaAirsD ELPHIA. T H E I S R A E L I T E. VOLUME^.- INDIA RUBBEH CLOTHING t • ' f i a n u f a c t t i r e r s ' ' J P r i c e s. - jan7- ly ' 2\' i) Church Alley, PHILADELPHIA. WRAY & GILLILAN, Iciporiers of FOREIGH DRY GOODS, Sailable for ITie CLOTHING A . lOBBlNG TRADE, No V2l CheslBot Sireet, jei'My PHILADELPHIA. NEW- YORK ADVERTISEM'TS. Sclifioss Ha'otlaea's, Ma nu faclurers of UMBRELLA'^ ii' VARASOLS, No. 7f Warren Stre-^ ir- - jyiiv. NEW YORK. William H. Lorn. Alfred H. Lova. THO. f> IAS R . G I I . L i. COMMISSION IMERCHANT Far the sale of FOREIGN AND WOIIESTIC DRY GOODS, For iho JobbinfT and Clothing Trade, No. •. ll'jChcaanc Street, > T2- iy PUILADELtBiJi- " GEO. B. KEh: SE, SOiV & COT Inip. irT.? ra of Sritish Dry Goods, No. 70 Chestnut street, jes. iy PHILADELPHIA. LKONAH- I)& BAKER, Commission Merchants And agenta for I lief. ile uf Doniesiic Woollens ,% Collona, ChiDJCci Sen int; " " ' I Mirhine T » i= t — Milh a full aasorlment of rnr'^ igo aloth'i— iillivool A cotton nurp, i lO Chestnut'Street, jei- Mj PHILADELPHIA. JOSKPH R[ PKA, MaBui.' iclnrer of Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, for jeT2iy L. SA , AIIB PH A IL C A H DE , LPHT.' V. Importer of MONEY- PURSES A: POliTE- MONNAlES, AND German, French & EnglishFancy Goods, Na. 3- 3 North Third sireet, leTMy PHILADELPHIA. M. M. BAYERSDORFER, Mannrnctiirer uni^- nexlor in STK. kW A FANCY BUNMGIS, DBESS CAPS, HEAD DRESSES and MILLLNGtir GOOOd io general; alao tlmbroidories, Blbbr. ina, jrUiwerrand Fojitfaoia, No. 31 North Second dtreet, . PUILADELPUIA. t a F ' Milllnera and Merchania siippliad wiib Pattern Bonnets. J. bl- 2. ly WILLIAM RAPHAEL, Importer of BDEf. APSiHEAVTOANVASS, PADDINGS, HOLLANDS. Also Agdat fbr Broekdale Shirts & L Drawers, 77 Chestnut ( Street, i..,. viy PHILADELPHIA. WILCOX, BROTHliUS & CO., COMMISSIOH MERCHANTS, No 221 Chestnut streei, PHILADELPHIA, Ba. i.\ Sonte for t he sale of n . : r m i i i t . . » n U.^ siery, K, in. ry WiMllen G. i'Vl'i. S h i n , , Oniwere, Buck Glovca Jl l i i t - icnj, aud all kintla . jf YunUc.? Nuliona. J'- lrll.?- A Wray, John K. Diverj, D. . M.- Gvcuo, 51. G. HdZlott. ALEX(\. NDEK WKAY & CO. Importers of BRITISH DRY GOODS, Hosieryjgloves and other small wai'es No. 13 Church Alley, i.-. v2. iy PHILADELPHIA WELLING, COFFIN & Co. .^ gOQt for th- 9 salo of A. jf W. Spr.- igues PIU'NTB, Lun^ xiale, Black.- t.  n^ vTcFUHCHMAM CO., Commission Merchanls f o r ihe sale o f Foreign vm\ Domestic-' DRY GOODS, o'l Souih From etreei, jei'My PHILADELPHIA. WILMER7 CANNELL~& 1: Ck Imporler" and Printers of Silk Handkerchiefel,' j'il3.1y ' 2' ii'l CUejinutP HstIrLeeAt- D. ELPHIA. CANFIELD & BERTRAM, b L . \ r . i : r . s I. N Coal skMil CoSce. l-' IKl-! nUICK AND CLAY, 0Sice aud Yar. l. lOI Last Kiont Sireet, Sunth srida, bolUuea Bullor cirf'ci anil J l i a m a Canal, CINCIXNATi, OUIO. Copcianily on hand, a mipply of Youghiogheny, Prarh Orchard. Kanaittha, a" d Hartford d i g Coal, McKeesport a nd Con; iellsrille Co!: e, Fire Brick d' Clay. j a n ' i l - l y . FIRE PIREirFIRE!!! FIRE III!"~ K.\ CTi.) B.' i" — Home St., betive. io Elra . i P l o m . T .\ RGr . jr aiPMll . iuariil|.:, s of thia ven- riienji and J ... jiiv.: ui-. ut l i i u i l l i i i j Woijd will l-. j Jsli'vpred tofamiliijt., al lb.' iullii » iiii: low each prices: , 4 Barrels fill, . ' . ^ il. 14 B'irrels'full, . . . $ 3. Bucdl.? a nol'l a l l^ vi- ry Grocery . Sli. re. Ordera sent to lb- JI" a.. torj pruiuptly utlemied to. Give it a trial L. F. THOMAS, f- ibll- ly. Homy Street, near Fifth. y E A AT Small P.' ici; a » fs. iinch- xi Pi- errtot. vptii', Pamphl- la. P a t - torna, etc., forwar- fcd twi.? t, . i ivceL, per Sleanior, fiom t h i i placs lo all parta of Gerrn.- ioy. l! i*.-.' fickfcia i\> rllie Iin.? ol Mail Steamers from New Yorh I to Hambur;; and Br. jmrtn. I lis^ Ticket- if. jr pjitape from New Tork to Enrope ; a l - I ao, from all Luinpoan ilarh. jra to New York, Pbiladel. I Iibia, Ualiiro'.' re, New Orleans, and Cincinnati, with t he be. t pdcl; et sailing. veaM? li., and at t h e low.:  rea9tor UuiJelh.- i.: b, Seaoongood A Co's. n- aocESJit^ jF: C L O T H I N G W A R E H O U S E. BERNHF. II^ IER BROTHERS, Importeni and Jobbers of TATLORING GOODS, CAfSIMICIIES, VESTINGS, i O , Manijr. icturr:, ri, otJHEN'fi dND BOV' 3 CL. OTHINCJ ANU STOCKS, 190 BROADWAY, ( becweoo Fulton'und Dev . Streets,) NEW YORK. The snbgrribers lipcr Inave to ioi'rjrm yon thnt Ihey have ou hand ( cxcliiaiveoi" iheir largestOL- k of men's clothing) an exionsiie and wi- ll selected 8r. aclh uf Youths', Boys', A' Childrens' Clothing, compritint; avery viiriery of S l j lc ond Hateiial, snitable for City or Country Trade, nhich Ihey oiT- jr for aale at aouh ;. rlceo aa t< i defy c^ mpeiilion. Bujera coming to ihismarlvec uill find ii to tbeir advaniSjie lo call and eximineonr Slock before purcbailDfeliewhure. All tbet^ o a i t i c l o s a r e our cn'U maniif. iclure, and b a l i n g b.? eo s.? lected and made up under ihe siiperviaion of t h e Beat Talnnt lbe Couniry aiiora'a, n a r r a n t ua in soliciting t he trade for a share of their patrcnage. We also iontinu'i to mannfaciuroall lilsda of . Stocks, Ties, i k c , of the very lateat aiyles, d. n. J likoM iae keep a good aasort. meut of Tailorinj:; Goods, rnngtantly on hand BFllNHEi MER BROTHEES, j n l 3 ly riO Br.-' iulwf. y. S. H. iSlronaa Jua. Stronso. S. H. STKOUSE & BROTHER, . M. » . M7FACTliaCB3 OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, And Inventors of " P. ITEVT CoKfEp SPEINO'' Y O K E S H I R T S, { P. ttenled Dec. 21, ISS- i. T " No. VJI Liiierty atreet. West of Droadnav, _'' P3- Iy Tt'ciw • Y ' o r k. SLOCOMB, STOWELi7~ iriCo." , IMPORTERS OF British, French & German DRY GOODS FOR MEM'S WEAR, No. 35 and 37, P a r k Place, j y l O l y . NEW YORK. VV. D. CROMWELL 4- C o . T" IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAR, JylO- ly. Cl A - 21 Barelnv street, 2i A - 2i P a r t Place, NEWTORK. WILSON G. HUNT Sf Co., n t P O r . T E R S OF WOOLLETir AND OTHER GOODS, Adapted to iVFEN'S WEAR, No. 30, 3- 2, 3 ! & 36, Paik Place, corner of Chnrch street, jylCi- lr. NEW- VORK. Removal of the CLOTH HOUSE of ' iievanavi Sctiloss, NEW- rOKK U . WING removed from 30, Lil- otiv Btreet, to no. Ca (? linr.- h. birtneon Warre. j and Murray streets, wa be? to inform our friends. ciLiiomers, and ibo publir, that ne bhall c. intiiiue . inJ alwajs have on h. ind, u large, nell bnupht, wnd aek- cled stock - it GC'Oi- S. sucb as— Cloths, Cafsimeres. Vestirgs, etc., in a prcat variety, vrhi<.- h « e offer for aale at th< IcMCrt . nark'St pricea. tj- fi^ Clnthieis and Merch, int Tailors, coming to t h ia market, - A'ill do violl lo exnmii. e our aiock. HERRMAN & SCHLOS. S, eiChiircli Efr-. 6t. botn- ean Warr.? n & Murray sta. N. B.— Stiyre closed, and no business traiisact^ d t^ n Saturdays. ^^^ jel" 2- i:^. m i^ ifk M o n s e. ROTHSCniLDi BERNHEniER k S. II. GIBO , Importers and Jobbers cf For the sale of AMERICAN. WOOLEN & COTTON and prlulM'B'of Pongee U a a t i k e r c h a e f s, No. I l l Ciiestnnt Street, Jeia- ly • PBILADELPBIA.^ M, Teierabofer.- .'.' i. i'. r..^.,:. Oscar Loonri. GjSIERSHpFERVLOEWI & Co, Uuinfa'ctiirvi'sef alt kinda of . - Cs V e r e d B k t t o i i s* 70Vi COATS, VESTS. & LADIES' DRESSES, Marshall Street, above Poplar;:^ - , , ' " P b U a d s l " p h | a , P a . , H KIsnkCTFUl. 1T invito inB'ahenfi « n of t h e T r a de O • hnfr manuhclnrda,' vAilcHi arooqiiaiSa q a a l l t y to iinv iMPOETiiD Oflods. spt7- lT JOSEPH M^^ MVIS, Vr;' Ooods CoinEuadbn Mercli^ t, 45 Strawberry. street,, . . . - , • , . ; r^/: I J PHILADELPHIA, illlllg^ ggllig GOVERNMENT PASSPORTS, MiY BE SECDRED, 97 i i h i n T l i r e e H a y s JVotice. I BENNO SPEYER. REFERENCES: HesarH Beidelbaeh, Seasongood and Go., Meaira Kinm- y, Eapy and Co.. Meaar « Rin. Jakopf, Eros, aud Co., J o h n Kebli'r, Ehi)., Mesars Juhuaou, Bros, and Co., Biui< en. [ Jell- lf • SHEWMAKLEll & CO., STORACB, FORWARDIBTC, And Commission Merchants, and Agents for, Agricultural Implements, sttch. ds: THKSHINO llAOHINES. EB. VPEItS. OOKlfCErSftSRS. OfBco and, W » rebonaB on t bo Canal Basin, ' iMiir t h e ' T e r r e - n a n t 0& Biehraond Railroad Deput,' t £ R R £ HAUTE, IBTDIAH.^ S t r i c t , pergonal, ' and prompt att  ation'' paitf to a ii OoDBigrnmeats • tar Saltfor'SIiipBienc, viUi « apL » - fIaoiUtiea to Inanr'SBatisfacti > n. All arderaprompttjr " lined, > itSStf' - 9 1 , Liberty Strc-;. t, 4 doors i i e s l u r Broadway, XEW YORK. ONSTANTLT on hand, a large aud varied uaaortmcut oi STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES. AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING f. yODS. Joseph Backel. New Tork, Octai- if. Lewis Bockel. BECREB.. BROTHERS, Sucressora uf ALBERT COOK  .' 1 » Barclay Street rOp Stalls). NEW YORK. ' . ' : • : ' ' - Orden promptiy attooded to. MJUO l 9 '  . 1 6 Liidlon SrrpfS, ew ri. jori, fi. ini Oiiiaion and Canal Sta-, NEW Yi/ KK, where he keeps couslaully i. n band, a gO'. id lurietT,- of , ri\^^ sn ,2^' Tiina , D^' i:': n , a'icD in EHglish ami German tr. inslaiion—. TX « S , PI7II3 , i''?' 3n nip , nnflic ' Woolen antl Silk pin^>'? D, and Ilallati .3' 3'^ l"^ 1 3^' JnPN BALTIMORE HOUSES. DALL, GIBBOJNS & CO., COMMISSION MEKCHANTS, F. Jt Iba Sali of American WooUens, No. ' 2' 2, Hanover Sireet, _ my2n- ly BALTIM ORS. TURNBDLL/ SLADE & CO., CoHHiasinN McBcnANTa, and Agents for tbe Salo cl American Woollens, No. n , South Charles street, py29Jy BALTIMORE. " ROSS CAMrBKLL &" C0~, Jnipoi tern of British Dry Goods & Clothing' Goods, IN EVtr. Y VAVIETY, 245 & " 247^ Baliiniore street, _ niyC: 9- l. v BALTIMOBE. WM. F. MUi: i) 0Cii". s:^' c: a, COMMISSION AmRCHANTS, my20- lv B. tLTIMOBE. © ^" Woollen & Cotton Goods. HOFFMANS ^^ CO., .^ gt^ nls for Mannidcturers ci English, Germp. n, French & Ani^ rioaB Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, etc. No. 8, North Charles sireet, mr20- ly BALTIMORB. JOHN FALCONKR, C o m m i s s i o n M e r c h a n t, C « ) rner of Charle* & Gennan streets, B. iLTIMOBE. Si « _ Has on hand, from the MaDufactnrira, nnd oEwi fnr sale, al their pmr- s - Ouibrellaa, Traveling b. ife, Sliin?. LineuCull. ii- ii, Praiv. r~, SiiHp.! ndera, Sificln, Cr.-, iuiB and Ties, atfivfi-\\ Gloved and Bosiery, Sewing Silk nnd Tv ial, iMaohiin.^ Selling Silk, WaJdinpe. tSpool Coilcs, . Vc . i l r . . tc. CLOSd & BHOTilER, Imi. fri. Ta and Dry- Goods Commission ! MerchantSj No. 4, German. street, - . if- IZ. T73rOBi:. SILKS AND WOOLIEHS. Uave alwn^ d oo huiid, u r*> Icrt und ( irblrabltf aimii mom of GOO PS adapfpri to Wen's Wpar. • i'^ Ji." RICK, CIIASKICU., COMMISSION MEBCHANTS, tt'T the sale of American Cotion and Woollen Goods, Nos. 10 il 12, Gennan street, my2D- ly jjj BALTIMOBS. NOROL. EKGER, RROTffSER, Imporlera of French and German PRODUCE, No. 12 ^ N.^ l. TE. a. STB, NEW TOER. No. 102 LbMB& Jio STS. BALTIMOBE, M D A. J . M. B R O W N E & CO., General Steamboat d; R a i l r o a d Agents. C o i n i n l s s l e n S J F r . r - u - a i - d i a ; ; lUr>- clis, lU « » No. Hi, Broadnay, CINCINNATI, 0-, - 0 5 _ 4 g e n l s for t h e Na'^ hvillc iind Chnltanooca, oo* Southern Hail Roads. Through recoipia to all SnuthCTS points ' decl7- ll- Tue greatest wharf- boat on the Oluo. JOHN S. MITCHELI, ( Snccesaor t* O'r. elllv and MitchoII,) P ROPtJCE, FORWARDING i COMMISSION BMHt- CHANT, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Strict alteniion paid to CoR « ie; nmeuts for a p ^ iw sale of Fl'jur, Produce, « ."- Orders fcr tbe L « ^ ^ ^ purchase of Produce'• oliciled and promf.!!} d ^ S B s ^ p l attended t o . Gotds for re- shipment orwaracu mih ni » - patch. £^_ P A T E N T CONC- RETE ^ § m^ % m^ i MANCFACTURE'b B I • W . B . D O D D S , LAfE URBAN, DODDS & CO S A L . E S KOOMS, Comer of Vine and Columbia Streets, ClNCiNNATr, OUIO, TS MOBE F I I I E PROOF, BDRGLAR PROOF, tti"!* J Proof, n- Bd of b e t t e r w. jrkmanBlii>. niid malerinls t| ia « any other Saf8- Tn.- ide In t h i s or a n y ' o t h e r couniry. Havlnp^ pnrchhsed one half & r t h e above patent Kr t h e e n t i r . i Wt- at. Notlh and South west, a n d having J>"' completed our Factory, v i l l i all t h e Inleat improvemcBrsi and havfnpth'o eldest aafe^ niaker in Ibe west for • • ' ™ ° ' n a g : r , • we flatter ourselves t h a t we c a n produce a '"' JJ* abd ohoaperartiela than caa be found elsiiwhero. " •• thorBfore. cpnOdently lalrito- pnrctiaaeTS to- exaniiu » . « or BtocI: before buying olsevubere. ._ ° ,.- - G.~ H. L U Hlffi A N N , - C A B I N"= S T M A K E B , Mill or Mercer Street, between Walnti t » D4" V. lnoSlBO « *. C 1 n o l n n a t i , 0 . . ShQw: Cased, Store SheIv- 4 Ulgp, Connters^ and aU a r t i - J ^ _ , Iclea. b e l d n g i t i g t o tjietrade".* .-.- . - - , _ made on ebiort notice, and reasonable tArntfl. p i a M " ' ' '.  

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