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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - January 6, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 20S T H E I S R A E L I T E. VOLUME 6. H PP J W¥ M^•^ '' it3rrf; il m i ff s PHILADELPHIA ADVERT'M'TS J. 0. IlOWEifeCOo COMMISSION MEECHAKTS, American Woollens, De Laines, Prinls, Sheetings and Shirtings, Knit Shirls d: Drawers, Hosiery, d- c, i t c, ' 237 Chestnut street. Jel-- I. v PHILADELPHIA. FK! imCK,. vT( lKES& CO., CommiMi- ion ' Merchants, 18 . South From street, j,<,...., y ^ PmL. XPELrHlA. c. E. Cl toiionh I. o. ruiiiia. CLAGHOHJ & FRYER, 2" i2l Chestnut sireet, above "^ d [ Norlh side,] iDiporli- rs of English and Scotch Goods, Siitable for the Jobbing &. Clothing• Trade ; Biiiidee Gsods— of sH descriptions, • PHIL-^ UELPHIA. ~~ TIIOMIST] I AlnTii, Commission Merchants, 217 Chestnut street, PHILADELPHIA, for the Sale of jf-. yj / imencan & Foreign Dry Goods. IFHOLTIIAUSEN^ Imporler of FRENCH, GERMAN it SWISS D E Y I ' O O D S, 71 Chesinut Slroet, PHILADELPHIA. J O U T i P O W D I R . je-'^- ly F. V. KI( LRT& CU. 3- Importers & Commission Merchants, of r. i. vcr WOOLLEN GOODS and HOSIERY, .3' 2o Chesinut street, PH1L.\ DELPHIA. J. dc J. P. STEINER iSc CO., Ltuporters of EngLlali, French  WTLU AAlTTl APHAEL, lmporl, jr of _ -- BUiU, APS, HEAVTCANV.* » S, PAI^ DINGS, aoi, L.\ NDSAlso .\ fc, ii( for Bi'oekdale ShJrra « fc Drawers, 77 Chestnut btreet. jeVJ- ly PHILADELPHIA. W. ILCOX, BliUTREKS & CU., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No ' 2' 2i Chesinut. streei, ' PHILADELPHIA, ^ ji^_.\. gents for the salo cf G.- ruiintoi. n H'jsiory. Fjocy • n f o o i l e u Goo< Is, Shirtn. Drawers, Bu-^ k Uloir-' n i i » Iit- • j..' lMy lAn- f, and all kinds of Yaake- i Nulioii^. m i k RUBBER CLOTHING . J7i mlladiui'actur^ rs'^ JPrices. WiiSia& aa Krowii, j i n V ly '. ilil' Church Allev, PHIL. V DELPHIA. WRAY . Sc GILLILAJ^, inip.^ rters of FOBiIGN DRY GOODS, Suitablo for the CLOTHING A , IOBBING TRADE, Mo l'. 2l Chesinut Sireet, je'iMy PUILADELPHIA William U. Lose. .\ lfied B. Love. THOMAS R. G J L L. COMMISSION MERCHANT For the snU of FOREIGN. .' V^ P DOJIESTIC DRT GOODS, F  rLmi< nl of Fori- ii^ n . ilotlis— all ncol A coilon warp, ' 210 Cbesiuui sireei, jc- iciy PUILADELPHIA. JOSEPH lUPKA^ MiinufactHrer of Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, for jer^ iy PHILADELPHIA. L. SAAHBACH^ Imporlei of MONEY- PURSES A POKTE- MONNAIES, AND German, French & EnglishFancy Goods, N..?. ' 25 Norlh Third streei, - W Iei2 H . ir ITNEY k LA PH W ILA R D A EL N P C HI E A , . Dry Goodp  .. tic prima. Cambrics, Bl( llcb^' d and Bionn Mii? luis, Arr. jel' 2- lv C- W. CHURCHMAN,!:' CO.; Cominisi- ion Merchants f o r the sale of Foreign s » nd Domestic DRY GOODS, 8' 2 Souih From sireet, J* r:- iy ireet, PHILADELPHLV. WILMER, CANNELL & CO-, lra[.. jrieni nn. J PrinterF of Silk HaiidkerchiefJs, Jel2- ly 23' J Chesinui PHstIrLeAetD, ELPHIA; CANFIELD & BEETEAM, WL. lLhBS I. S Coal a Eld Coke, KIKE BKICK ANI) CLAV, Olltce and Yard. Ui7 E. i  l BLEAIlllED GOOUi^ aud plum twilled VlLE'^ IAS, aUo CLOTHS, CVSSIilEKES, SATINETS, No. llG Chestnut Street, . l..' V2- lv PHILADELPHIA. _ SIMON HEITER, UMBRELLA AND PARASOL M a n n f i i c t n r o r . K. W. Corniir MarktJtiind Tliir. l str^ BW. ^ y. 2. ii PUILADELPUIA. WOOD & ERRIKGER. CO- MMISSION MERCHANTS For the sile ^ t AMERICAN COTTON & WOOLEN GOODS, No. 117 Oiorlniit fctrtet, jei- 2. iy PHILADELPHIA. fiOTTEINGEE, 30YD~ & GI 8B0NS, Imiiotters uf .'•; T A P L E & FA NCV Sl LK OOODS, - No. 82 CTieKToot Sir. ( Faines Building). P H I L A D E L P H I A . .\ f-^ n asruitm  nt of Tailurs Goods always on hiiod, _ jel- l- l7 ' - W: & M. BROWN, . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For tho said of A. MERICAN WOOLEN & COTTON GOODS, • • ^ nd priuiure af Pongee Hanf « kerclUef8, K o . J U Chesinut stroet, Iel£;^ y PHILADELPHTA.^ SI. '• riorsliof. ir.-..-....: Ofcor Loewi. GiSISRSHOFEE, LOEWI & Co, il^ nnfiictnTors- of all kinds. or C^ dVvB* ed Brattons^ i , JOK COATS, VESTS & LADIES'. DRES- SES, Marshall Street, above Poplar, P t i l l B a e l p r t f n , P n ., . - ijJitiPKGTrDLT. T m^ » i « 9 i n - - a t t e n t i o n of the Tm. le . • • l u ' l r niannrnctnms, which ureeqnul in qnnliiy to ogTKi> OfinJ » . • npl7- l V "" JOSEPH M. MYlsT" ' Stiff Goods Commission. Merchaiit, ^ Strawberry street, PHUADELBHL-^, FIRE FIRE!! FIRE!!! FIEE !!! P i J i c I s P i n e & in*! nis3; s W o o d. JfACTORI' — HoBie Si:, between Kim A Plum. 1" AKCTF. or . sioiill qiiaiiiiii>.- i ni thia rery r; her. p nn.! I.. con » .:. nient Kindlinp Woo. J wiUiie cldirereiJ tofamiIi6B, iil Ibe i" ull. i" ii'P low'.- ash p r i c - s: 4 Barrels f i l l . . . $ 1. 14 Barrels full, . . . $ 3. Tlun. ll.? B sotii at F. verj Grocery Sl. ire. Orders rent to th'ifa.- lury prouipllj atleudud to. Give it a trinl L. F- THOMA. S, f o b l l l y . Homu jitruet, ntirtr Fiflb. . ^ V E .1 .\ ' ^ . V ' • i PACICKT FOSST, I Small PHckaE:.:" 5, BUi: his Pocerreotvp.' n, Tainphl.' ts, Palicriin. etc., forwar. ied ivrico a we- ik, por dieomer, from I tliH pinco lo all parts ol ijormimy. 1 mi. Tlckets fur ilio lino ol Mail Steams rii from New Turk 1 to ilHnibiir];; and llr.^ inen. ' ifs. TickeLi fur pji.-. ipr' from Now York to Knrope ; a l - I so. fruiiinll Eiir>:>| ieaii Elarbnro to N. jiv York, FliilnHf- lphlfi, B. ililinore, NewOrleuiu. and Cincinnati, wilb Ibo I bu? l picket siiiIioc;- v.< jc. elH, ari  3lba  ays JVotice. BENNO SPHYBR. ! IVEFknRNCKS: i" Messrs noidelbach, ScosoD^ ood and Ooui I Mo& srs Kinuey, K- ipy and Co,; MeiKtrs Bind9kn[ if, Bros, sud Co., I Jnhn lieblar, Esi^., I Hedsrs Jubnsuu, Bras, and Co., Baoisers, [ jetl- tf i SeEWAIAKElJ,& CO., ; S T O K A C i s , F O I T W A R O I W O , - Anil ( commission Merchants,. aad . Agents '-. f i r Agricultural Implements, such Hi: -.- TH KSa I NO MACHINES RBAPEES, CC'R.'  ri'? r8 nnd Jobbers of TAILORING GOODS, CASSIMEKF. S, VESTINGS, i& C , Wauuticturirsui " E N ' S AND BiiY' 3 C L O T H I N C i ANL> S T O C K S , iy9 RKOADWAV, ( Lolneen Fulton and Dev ? tr.=' els.^ N E W YORK. The sub?.; riber3 be^ leave to infr. rni y.'. u t h i t ihey have on hand'lexclupive of their large sio. rkof ru.- n'o cloihing) nn eil^. nsiVB and well .-. elecied i l w k of Youths', Bojs', & Childrens' Clothinp, compritinp erery variety cl S1..- I... nnd Material, snil. ible f'^ r Ciiy or Cunnlry Trade, u n i i h ibey '•• H'T Ior sitio nl ' 11. h pricfrfl as lu defy c^ mpeiilion. Bnjera comloir to lliis niHrkei villi iind it to ihur advamjige to call and ei. niniriei'. orsIu.: k b- jfore purcbuaintifrUeivbere. All ibese artlclf- s a r e our onn Dianiifiirlijre. and having been selwled and made np under lbe dupervi^ iun of tbe Best T. ilent lbe Cjnnirj ailorMs, n a r r a n t us in soliciting the trade for a share of iheir pairL- nage. Wealso conriaue lo Qi'iDoM-.- iiireall Ikiods of Stocks, Ties, i t c, o f l h e very latest Diylt. B, andlik. 3ivlti<.. i keep a good assort, mom of Tailoring Goods, co » nt. infly on hatij BfllNHiJIISILR BROTHERB, . j n i n ly n^ j BroBdusy.   > io. 41 De_ v t'l 1 eel, I, irob Wn| ilb.? ini.: r. I V' L'V^ r V A P I ' Niilion ijiueoinujer. | il Ju iV A v / l l l \, Uoa- l'i-. lers promptly hlled. [ iiut--.- l, iiigl,-|. B NATHAN OTTliJGEE, . onDD iD'iDT " i£ nn R ESPECTFOLLY in^ ornl^ tiie public tlmt he has R E M i P V KU from N'l. 175 DIT- I^ IOI. sir.- el, to No- I fi Ludlcw firtpn ew doors fruiu Diii^ ion aud C.'. i. al t- ts , N£\ T ' THKK' where h... keeps cuuslaoily uu hand, a gu.- il VHrieir of , ri~ iiDP ,3> Tiin2 ,3iL" cn , a- nDD in English arnl Germiin ir. inilaiion— nis  Sale cl Ameiican Woollens, mySa- ly No. '~' 2, Hanover B S . i I r X e . e J- i i , i llO/ JJt S. U. StrunoLi.. .. Jus. Slronse. S. IL SIROUSE & BUOTHER, M- l. « H.- rACTCri: EB9 OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, .\ nd Inveisiors of " PATENT'" CcRv't- i>' SpaiNs" Y O K E S H I R T S, iPiitenhd D': c.- 2-\, Mr. bi;,) Ko. 121 Liueriy slrcci, Wesl of GroaJviiT, op3- ly Nov V i o r h. " SLOCCVMB, STOWELL iSc Co. IMPORTERS OF British, French d- German T- RY GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAE, lUhNBDLL, SLADE & CO., Couui » ii. h Mr- RciMNTr-, and Apeuis for the Snle cl American ' WoolIen&, No. II, South Ch.- irles street, _ niy^ i- Jy B ALT 111 QUE. ROSS CAMPBELL & CU," Inipori.? rs of British Dry Goud » is Glothiog GomlB, IN EVtRY V. SBIF. ry, 2- l. j & 247, Ptiiliimore eireei, t.- iy::?. ly B. I L i t MOlfP. W) J. F. ]\ ilj' 1ir) lK? F¥ C0.7 " COMMISSION MF. RCHANTS, Diy- 3- iy BAlTiMoi: s. giarWoollen & Cotton Goods^ HOFFMANS & Vo,~ Aceni^ fur i^ lnnnfjcinren, cf English, German, French & An . tyo_ Hiij CD h i n d , from tlie Iklanafuctuii- rs, aud i> ft> 3 ftr ^ ol( , BI Iheir |. nces — J.- bl 1- V. No. 3ci and : t7, F. iik TUce, NF.^ r^• f:)^ tK. W. D. CROMWELL lUPORTISIia OF * 5- Co., DEY GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAE, : vM- lr. WlLS -:•! i • JH Bir.- lnv street, 2i-. i - 28 I'ark Pl. ic..., ON G. HUNT NE^ rvoriK. « 5- Co., mroRTriis OF WOOLLEN AND Ol'HER GOODS, Adapted to MEN'S WEAR, iln. Cli. 32, .•;} i 3i;, Park PI, i. r.?, corner i- f Cfciirch ^. irret, IvlN- lv • Nh'W yriRK. Remocal of the CLOTH H O l ' S E of BUeruiaita Sc- Siloss, NEW- VOKK H - WINO romove. i from : ii', Libetiy street, lo no. r. 2 Cliuri- li, I'Otne. i. n' • Wnrri". nn. l Murray oii- i- el9, we tjQ-( z t, t in f. ir in uur frieniit., cusiori,' iu, uud t b e public-, ibal n.? sh- ill conlinue and Jiliv^ ih hi'. vt'' un Imiid, u l.; irge, well bou;: ht, nna telecied stock oi G  ph Beckel. Levrls Beckel. EBECHGIJ B R O T H E R S , _ , Sucresaiirs of A LBHttT COOK A CO., i • Importi'ri' i: Manoiiictiirert. of Spectaclea, Optical, Mathematical, and Surveying In.'=; truinents, Stereoscopes and Stereo.^ copic View. s of .. all countries, m ' a i y No. 10 J o h n Street, >' K W V O R K STEINER IJROTHERS & L CO.. Mnnafactomrs and Wholesale Denlers In BOOTS & I^ BOES* No. 46 Dey Street, nnpt Cm J\* eiv Vork. 8. b . jasll". S. Kahn S. JE. HAL. L. E & CO., Idanufacttu- ers A [ niporU  y : llnibr.. ll: i^, I'ravi. linj; Li£ s, Shin.,, LincnC. ll. ii 1, Iir-. ivfri. Susp- iiders. St, i'. ks. Crftiilin ami l i e s. iiinv.' T. ly Glox-:.,! anil Woc- iti- y, :< i: ivir.^ Piik i-. rid ' l i r i i i, MA. n i l . - .'•' eAiiiE t- illi. Waiidinpf. S|... f. l Ijoxten / n - . . , \ t - . t , r " CLOSE & BKOTRLii, Imporifn, F. nd Dry- Goods Commission Merchants. No. 4, Gei'Kiun streei, • ^ ALTJMOlif:. SILES AND WOOLLEHS.- n d i e nlwoys on hand, a seleri nnri d.-.* irabJo aw<  i menl rf GOllfi. S adnplert to Men's ir,, ur. ji- 4- i » RICK, CHAMwU^ d., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i- r tin- sMe of American Cotion and Woolltn Goctls, No3. 10 i i ] 2 , Germim sireei, mylO- ly BALIIMORC. ftI( « E « ULiftJ^' « ^ EBBi, KKOTSHEK, Jmporiers of French and German PRODUCE, - No. li WATEB STB, N E I T Yf. BK No. Ki2 LoHBARn Sir- a. BSI-' IIVI'' 11F:. Mn A. J. M. BROWHE & CO., Gennral Sltamboatdr Railroad Agents. i C a u i i n i B i i i o i i iu F o r w a r d i n g P I r r c t i r . i i i t « , I No. lf„ Bro. idMaj, CINCI" NNAT1, 0., K B - A ^ n l s for the " N. i^ hville and Cbaiii. nou/ j; a, Und 1 SouiiTern Kail Boaas. Through receipts toall Suutbero p... i n I" d.> cl71 The greatest wharl- boat on the Ohio. JOHN S. MITCHELL. ( Successor tn OTeillv aud M i n l u 11.1 ITBROTillCE, FOr. WAUDlNG A C0D1M1S? JI> N UIIiKJT CH. INT, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Strici . itienlicn puid lo CuB'? igiinienIs fur salo of Flonr. Proauco, , tc. Oniers f, r Ihe purchase of Produce soliciied nnd prumpil. iL « m. i. ded to. Goads for re- shipmeot crwarutu villi i^ hi. p A i c h ?:^_ • « rm-^_ afi i" ii 1 a"^ T5!/ i" 7jiii 1. rciVi]' n'r'iii"'-' il'i'- i'i'!' » t L I M m. ww.^_-. rr'^ X'j;' f; i; L. f!'.". i'JJ., 2i'i; lll! j£.^^ 5I13! IifI15'' ry5 « 5* lt! P A T E N T CONCEETE. WAmJFACTIIRED B'. W. B. DO D DH, i..\ TR URBAN, DODDS & CO. SALiES ROOMS, Corner of Vine and Colnmhia Strwts. CINCINNATI, OUIO, TS MOTwE FTRE^ JBOOy, BURGLAR PROOF, I M rp j - Troof, andof Inil ler norKninnshinand inntDiiHls lonn anv olher 3afe made i n this or nnj other country. Uavine pnTchased- ane » . nir e- f t h e above patent i" r thuerillru West, Nonh and Sonlh v e s t , and hbvinc Jai'l cumpleted uur rBctmy, vtIthBll the latest impruvMneBJ', and having the. eldeit aafe- ainker in the « cst for if* n i " Tioc- r, wa fletter unrselves i b a t no can jirjilnre a l- Wler nnricheaperurticle llinn can be fuund plsiwhcre. iV « -, therefore, confidently invite pnrchasers lo axuniii « iO'>' stock befoi- e bDyisii el^ cMhero. _ _ _ nihSt? ' O. H.' 1 . " ET H M A N N , C A B I N E T M A K E R ,' 11th or ATerccrstreet, betiveen Wu] nutand" V" ineSH|$ a " r ! » • « *?• » »  

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