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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - January 13, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 THB iiOOU 216 T H E 1/ 8 ilA! E L I T E . VOLUME 6. k I?; ^^:'^ PHILADELPHIA ADVERT'M'TS ^ I f o i i N l l R T H M i R D ST. ~- ABOVTE. - MAR K^ T.,. ^ PlilLADELYHlV-: J. C. JIOWE& CO., COMMISSION MEEGHANTS, Avuericaii Woollens, De Laines, Prints, Sheetings and Shirlings, Knit Shirts J; Drapers, Hosiery, & c., S: c., 237 CheslHut street Jel2- ly PH[ LAI> ELPHIA. ' FMIJiCK^ bTOKES& CO., ^ jommission SCerchants* 18 South Front street, . ioi-... iy PIULADELPITT.^. C. E. 01. a0IIOIl. N I. C. TBIBB. CLAGHORN & FRYER, • 221 Chestnut street, above 2d [ North side,] Irfiportvni of English and Scotch Goods, Siitable for the Jobbing & Cloihing Trade; ( Dundee Gsods— ofall descriptions^-' ^ - PHILADELPHLA. ~ TH0M4S( fe" MAKTl¥, . Commission Merchants, 21T Chestnut stree^ PHILADELPHIA, tar she Sale of je- fj < a. merican & Foreign Dry Goods. H. HOLTHAUSEN, Importer of FRENCH, GERMAN it SWISS D E Y G O O D S, 71 Chesinut Street, l'HILADELPHL\. JOHN PO. ifPIR. Ji-^-^ i- ly f. V. KRUG & CU, Importers & Commiission Merchants, OP F.\. NCY W O O L L E N GOODS and HOSIERY, 3- 25 Chestnut street, PHILADELPHIA. J . & J. P." STEINER & C O . ~ Importers of English, French & G. jrmaa SMALL WAEES. and t ' - A N C Y O O O D S . Mo. 33 0 b a r c l i Alley, u p stairs j e i a - l y - I'BILADELPHIA. M . T l . BAYERSDORFER, Uaniifactnror and Dealer ia STRAW A FANOV BoNNEW, DBESS- CAPS, HEAD DUIwSSES and MILLINRBt flOTtOS la g e n e r a l ; also Embfoidericis, Bibbons. t ' l u u e r s and Feathors, Jfc. 31 North Second Stimnt, - PHILADELPHIA. JUB- llilUnars and Merchianls 8appll » d with Pattern Bonnets. jel'J- ly WILLIAM RAPHAEL. Importer of BDRLAPS, HEA" VTCANyASS, PABDDrag, HOLLANDij. Also Agent for Brookdale Shirts & Drawers, 77- eheatnnt Btreet, ] ei3- iy- PHILADELPmA. WILCOX, BKOTrtliKS & CO., _ COMMISSION MEECHAHTS, No 2' 21 Chestnut, street, PUILADELPHIA, BiS_ Agonts for t h e snle of t l e n n u i t o m i Hosiery, Fancy SVoolleo Goods, Shiria, Drawers, Bnck Gloves £ Miltens, and all kinds- 6f . Ynnhea MOHons. ^ J£ lJ" i-^ A. Wray, John V. Divers, D. M. Qeese, M. O. Hazloll. ALEXANDER WKAY& CO. Importers of BEITISH DEY GOODS, Hofliei- j'jgloves and otfaer srnall wares No. 13 Uhiirch Alley, - jevz. iy PHILADELPHIA WELLING, COFFIN &. Co. Agent' for tho snle of A. A W. Spragnes PBINTS, Lonsdiile, Blackstone, U'^ pe and other popubir makes ol BLEACHED GOODS and plain twilled HiLESIAS. also CJLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATIJS'ETS, No. 116 Cheataat Street, - jet'J- ly- PHILADELPHIA. _ SIMOIT HEITEE, UMBRELLA AND PARASOL M a n n r a c t a r e r i N. W. f o m e r Market and Third strefils, i. n-_'. u - PHILADELPUIA. WOOD & EEEINGEE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS For the fnla ot iMERICAN C0TTOK& WOOLEN GOODS. Sfo. 117 CiJBatnnt Stroet, jeig- iy PHI LAD ELPUIA. COTTEINGEE, 30YD & ( GH8B0NS7 1 mpoi- ters of • StAI^ LB & FANG i ' SILK GOODS, NO.' SJZ CheHcout Str. ( Faines Building), PBILA DSLPHIA. A fill Biuortmeni of Tailom (^ lo& always Oa hMid. J e l 2 - l F . ' - - - - • • " •- W. & M. B5DWN, COMMISSION XSKCHaJiTS. For a e B4ft » <* \ . . " • ' iMERlCAN WPOLEN Sf^ lgOTTOH" GO0DB, and prititlompf No. 1U . GheBtJaB* gtroe"*, 1. . JeK. l5 . I^ PHILADSILVBIJ. M. qelershoto.... "........: i;.. i ... O^ cnr iKwwi. G£ I£]^ SHOE£ E, LQEWI ^ : Co:.; Miontactnrora" af j l i j t i n d a - bf ' ^ r " '   e - Poplar.; - Bii » iii5H? rpi; rn. i, p* i, I J E t i P K C T F l T I . l ' T iijTtxB too aitontion of tlieTrxde ^ t t i o i r oi.- uiu[ i « : ture » , v h i c h areeqaal in qnality to oiirEn. « ood « . ^ -. r- - nplT- lr -^ JOSEPH M.;' J) AtlSf~ " xnrv Goods Commiasion. MejTchant, : :-' :..' 46-- StKHirbes: r3r slreei, • : JPHELADBLPHIi. INDJA RUBBER CLOTHING J l i f ^ I a n K f a c t u r e r s ^ JPrices. WllliaBu Kft- own, y i 9 Church Alley, JanMy PHILADELPHIA. WRAY & GILLILAN, Importers of rOEEIGN DBY GOODS, Suitable for the CLOTHING Jt JOBBING TRADE, No 121 ChoatBnt Street, J| oi=- iT PHILA DELPHIA. William H. Lov « . - Alfred D. LOTO. THOMAS R. GILL. COMMISSION MERCHANT For. the snls nf FOREIGN AND HOMESTIC DRT GOODS. I'or the Jobbin!.' and Clothing Trade, No. • Jl-. iC'hei. nut Street, Jeia- ly PHILADELJfUIA GEO. B. KEESE, SON & CO., Impurters of British Dry Goods, No. 70 Chestjiut sireet, jes. iy PHILADELPHIA. LKONARI)& BAKER; Commission Merchants And agents for the sale uf Domestic Woollens A Cottons, Chinncci Solving and Machine Twist — ivith a loll as. Eortmont of F. ireign slotlis— all wool A cdtion warp, : 210 Chestnut sireet, jeis- iy PHILADELPHIA. ~ JOSEPH RfPKA, " ManuUcturer of Heavy Fancy Cotton Goods, for J. 12 ly PHILADELPHTA. L. SAARBACH, Importer of MONEY- PURSES H. PORTE- MONNAIES, AND German, French & EnglishFancy Goods, Ne. 35 Norlh Third street, iei2. iy PHILADELPHIA. WHITNEY & LAWRANCE, Dry Goods Commission Merchants, No 26 Souih From street, PHILADELPHIA: Bi3i_ Apency for the 11.110 of Dotiieatic prints, t^ aabrics, BIfarbed and Brofrn JUnslins, * e . jol2. Jy C- W. CHUKCHMAN& CO.. Commission Merchants f o r lhe sale of Foreign snd Domestic DEY CrOODS, S' 2 South Front street, Jeiliy PHILADELPHIA. WI LM ER,~ C ANNE L T & ^ C O", Importers and Printers of Silk Handkerchiefs.^ i 232 Chestnut atreet, ; - Jei3- iy PHILADELPHIA. CANFIELD & B E E T E A M " " Coal aand Coke. KIRE BRICK AND CLAY, ' Office and VnriMOT Koat Front Stroet, Suuth side, be. lw  « at6facti) n; • • ' • - -.•-•••• - .-••" i- 1 t All oi'dsr* p r o n p l l j OUod. ' . J n l M r NEW- YORK AD^^ RTlSEIVrTS. l^ eliloss Bi' 41' thers, Mdnnfacturers of UMBRELLA^ & PARASOLS, No. 74 Warren Slreei, Jrii. v. NEW TORK. A^- HOtiES. ULK C L O T H I N G WAREHOUSE. B l ! : R N H E I I » I E R B R O T H E R S, Importers and Jobbers of TAILOBING GOODS, CASSIMEUES, VESTINGS, & C , ManofactnrersolJUEN'S AND BOY'S O L . O T H I N O A N U S T O C K S , lOe RROADWAV, ( between Fnlton 4nd Dev Streets,! NEW YORK. The subscribers bej; l e a r e t o infsrinyMn t t = l they haia ou liand ( excliL^ ive of tbeir lar^ te stock of men's clothing) an enteiiBive and well selected ntock uf Youths', Bojfl', A Childrens' Clothing, comprising erer7 variety of Style nnd Slateriiil, snitable for City or Conntry Trade, wnich thoy oHor for sole at sucb prices as to defy cettipeiition. Buyers coming tu this market nill find it to their adrantagei'to call and examine oar stock before pnrcbasingel » ewhore. All Ibenf arti'des are onr own manufactnre, and tuning been solfctod and mads up under the siiperrision of the Best Talent the Connlry aflords, warrant os in soliciting the trado for a shore ot tbi^ ir pnironage. " Wealso continue to munnractureail kinds of . Stoclss, Ties, A- c, o f t h e Tery latest styles, aod likewise keep agood ossortm. » nt of Tailoring Goods, conatantly on hand BFBNBEIMER BROTBEBS, J n l 3 l y inn Proedway. S. H. Strouse Jus. StrouM. S. H. STROUSE & BROTHER, S H I R T S , COLLARS, DRAWERS, And Inventors of " P. ITKNT CCETEB SPUINO" Y O K E S H I R T S, [ Patented Dec.- 23, ISSn,) No. 121 Liiierty street. West of Broadwav, ap3- ly New Y o r l t. " SLOCOMB, STOWIELL &. Co. raPORTERS OF British, French it German DEY GOODS FOE MEN' 13 WEA, Ti, No. 35 and 37, P o r t Place, j y i n i y . NEWTORK. VV. D. CROMWELL ^ Co., IMPOBTERS OF DEY GOODS FOE MEN^ SJWEAE, . ^ ^ ^ o^ • MKW- YORK. liiUB-'.- ta, igi,- Go C L . O T H 1 NG^ No. 41 Dey Slreei, . lacob Waldheimer, Natlian Grucsmayer. Ti. 3i_ Urdtis pruniptly filled. N A T H A N 0" T T I N G E E 7 ~ R E8PECTFDL1Y informs Iho pnblic thai be bus R I^ IVHl \'' FTl from No. 170 Ditisiun « tr* rt, to No. 1 6 Lndlow Sm*. ew doors from Diiit- iun and Canal Mj., Nt: W TriiRji trbero fae keeps con. siantly un hand, a good i- arietyof . nft'on , D'- « Tno . D'B- cn . D'IBD iu EugliBh nnd German tr. inslalion—.- i^ s's , m7nD , v''- 3n ris , nnDVi' Woolen and Silk m.-.'- ro, and Italiim BALTIMORE HOUSES. ~~ I) ALLjGiBBONS & C 0 ^ CGMMISSIOK MF. rcCIlANTS, For tbe Sale ol American Woollens, No. 22, Hanover Strtet, my29- 1y DALTINOBK. TURNBULL, SLADE & To., CoHHissinif MEBCHAHTS, and Agents for t bv Sale t i American Woollens, No. 11, South Charles street, ^ j 2 0 - l y BALTIMOBS. " ROSS CAMPBELL & CO., Loiporlera of Sritish Dry Goods « r Clothing Goods, IN EVERT VABIETY, 245 & 247, Baltimore sireet, iny29- ly BALTlMOKf. W]\ LF. J\ IUKDOCH & Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, my23- ly BALTIMO^ i g@" Woollen & Cotton GoodS; HOFFMANS &" rO.," Agents for Mnnnfacmrera of English, German, French & Aipfxitaa Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, etc. No. 8, North Charles street, my- 2!). ly BALTIMOBS. JOHN FALCONER, C o m m i s s i o n M e r c h a n t, Cerner of Charles & German streeis, BALTIMOBS. 0 1 ^ Has on hand, from the Manufactnrem, and oCta for sale, at their pricea - Unibrellas, T^ aveliig bags, Shirts, Linen Collars, Drr. viiirs, Suspenders, . Stocks, Cravuts and Ties, nmv'.' D- ly Gloves and Ilosier^, Sowioi: filk and 1 niat, Macliine Sewing Sil » . Waddings, Spool Cottoik, Ac.,.\ c , Ac. ; y1d'ly. 21 ft 23 Barclay street, 211 & 28 Purk Placo, NEWTORK. WILSON G. HUNT ^ Co., IMPORTERS OF WOOLLEN AND OTHEE GOODS, Adapted to MEN'S WEAR, Nn. 30. 3- 2, 34 A 30, Park Pl. ice, comer of Church street, JylOly. NEW TORK. Removal o f t h e CLOTH H O U S E of H e r m a n Scblosit, NEW- VORK H AVING removed from 30, Liberty street, to no. 62 Chnrch, between Warr- pa nnd Murray streets, we beg lo inform onr friends, ciii- t. imers, and the publin, that we shall contioni) niid alwa. is have on hnnd, a large, well bonqht, and selected slock of Gr) OJ" S. such ss— Cloths, Cassimeres. " Vestings, etc., in a groat variety, which we offar for sole a t t b a lowest market prices. nis=. CIolliiers a- nd Merchant Tailors.' coming to t h i s mar. ket, will do nell to exnmii. e our slock. HERRMAN i SCHLOSS, 62 Chorrb sireet, berneeu Warren * Murray sis. N. B.— Store closed, and no business transacted on Snhtr d a y s . ^ jelg. Gm S i i k Mouse. BOTHSCniLD, BEaiVOEf. VER & SALOMO . Imponors and Jobbers of © a- y Ooods, 0 1 , Liberty Sireet, 4 doors w^ iii of BroadwoT, NEW YORJC ONSTANTLT on hand, a larpe and vsrted assortraetil of STAPLE AND FAUCY DHY GOODS, HOalBUY, GLOVES. AND GENTLEMEN'S FOBNISHINO GOODS. New York, Oct31- tf. Joseph Beokel. Low is Beckel. BECHEL BROTBIERS, Sncressora of ALBHBT COOK; A CO.,. Importers ib JIIanufacTiirers of •=- Spectacles, Optical, Mathematical, and Sarveying Instilments, Stereoscopes and Stereo'scbpic Views of all countries, ' TOWly No. 19 . Tohn Street, " N E W Y O R K STEINER BROTHERS & - CO:. Mnnufaclnrorii aiid Wholesale'Dealers la BOOTS & SeOEJ$,' No. 46 Dey Btreet, - S;" B 3. U K H i a c l m ls " , JVeiv Vo H r k i r . , b„ S. E . H A L L E & CO., _ ^ •„ 5ron « fiu: tnrers A Importers of - - Ko. J4 Barclay Street ( Dp S t a l m i r ^ . . NBW FORK. - OrdaM protaptly attsnded to. iaU$ Ijp" CLOSE ^ BilOTHEK, TmporlerH and Dry- Goods Commission tferchanta. No. 4, German street, - -•.-• • •'. - BAtTiBTone. SILKS AND WOOLLENS. Har^ alnays on Stand, a i w W l and desirable asa^ i ment n" f GQIIH. S adapted to Wen'- « Wear. j.- 4- j, v RlCfc], CHASE & CO.,- COMMISSION MEBCHANTS. for the saif of American Cotton and Woollen Goods, Nos. 10 & 12, German streei, my29. lT B. iLTINOItV. IVORULJHIGER, DROTJHER, Importers uf French and German PRODUCE, No. 12 W A T E B STB, N iw TOBK. No. " 102 LomnABD Sifh. BAi.' nuoKr. Hv A. J. M. BEOWNE & CO., General Steamboat ds R a i l r o a d Agante. C o m i u i s t i l o n &. F n r ' v r a r d i o f ; IITei'cbatMBr No. 10, Broadwoy, CINCINNATI, O, ( ie9^ Agents for the Nii- ihville aud Chattanooga, Bndr Sonthera Bail Boads. . Tbrrrugh rei^ eipls to all SontbHa points ^ declT- lJ. T h e g r e a t e s t w h a r l - b o a t o^ t h e O h i o. auK JOHN S- MITCHELL, P ( Successor t s 0' R « ilIv and Mitcheli,) BOBtlCE, FORWARDING A COMMISSION CHANT, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Strici a t t e n t i o n paid to CiiBHif> nmrntd for sale uf Fluiir, Produce, Ac. Ordors for the purchase of Produce solicited nnd proiuptljjBB^ Bsassi attended lo, Oouds for re- shipu. oat orwartlua n i t b dis v _..... patch nb- tj . FA T E N T C O N C E E TE MA: NDKAOTl} BEb B^ . " , . W. B. DODDS, LATE UaBA? f, DODDS & CO. S A L E S KOOMS, Comer of " Vine and Coinmbia Streets, CINCINNATL o n t o , . I fl'MOKE JTIBB PROOF, BDECLAB PROOF, S a n p Proof, OBdof better workmanshinoud matoihils ti>& a any other Sale made in t h i t - o r any othor coBDtry, • TliYinp V J i " ' ' ^ ' * ' " ' ' " " ^ half pf tho ato\ f- patent ler thflonfi'rO'WcSt, North and Suuth. wesl, iind having Jnit oomplottd'onr i'actp" ry, with all tho latest inipiovemenH. arid- hnvinp- tho- MldestBafe- iniakf. r in t h e irMlXor i t s BMnuRsr, we JBaUt- r onrtoIveB t h a i we can iiroduco a betftr " and ilienlierar'ticlo" t h a n can be" found eUowhere. " W- e, tiierofore. coDfidnntly invite pnrcbasirs to e x a r a i o a a ar stock befiirg buying elsewhere. mhSfV ~- ^ G. H - L U H M A i s N , C A B r N E T. IVI A K E R , u t h or UeVceriitraet, between Walnntand TineSewats, . C l u c i n n a t i , O . Sbow Cases, Store Shelv- ^. Ings, C o a a t e r a . a n d a l l a r t i - j B c l e s . belonging t e t h e t r o d e ,* n r i s oa i h o r t Botie*, and rMMaabla t w m a . MitSF^ y ^ MiiiiiiiiiMiiiiii^ j ^ ~ i  

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