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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - January 20, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 TT^' Jir. LJ ( ilVh U f lV ' i''-''^?:^; ••..^ jS-' wawiB l'JS'lia'li3S7JlMv4* W* « J'. S31B3: Jt--~ MSA- fi-' I.' » ;. ass Ji; g~£ iffiaiiij 224 TlHtE; i l S K A E L I T E. VOLUME 6. I ] !! i - * wI hi If l l i . U i- [• |- 6.'. t • Is^ m^ 2 M'H i I i ' i' ^ t ,^ ^ ^- ? • V- I ,^" f ••" . f )- 1 f- 1 t ^ i. - i' li- J. AI. BfttlNSWICK &. BRO.. B i l l i a r d T a b l e A l a n o f a c t n r e r a, O F F I C E : — N o . 8,- Sixth s t r e o l ; - FACTOBY— Corner of Elm a nd Canal s t r e e t; CINCINJi/ ATI. OHlV. r P H I S hoiog t h e l a r g e s t BilliArdTable H a n n r a c t c r y in J the Oniteil SUtes, tho p r o p r i e t o r ' s bflinit enabled r jm their great facilities, offer goods in t b e i r l i n e t en per ceat lower thsiti priced eldewfaexp. " Keep coniitantly op hand an improved assorUasnt of Billiard . Tables, « i l t i HArble> ndCherry Tops, nnsnrp. issed by a n y establishment ill t i i r C o n n t r y . GO< K1B w a r ranted. Also^ lliardClotbs, Cnes; Cue Lfathers. andBll e t h e r trimnilngs io thiK line, AVholnole and Betail. Repalrine done natiofitctorlly a t ahort notlct..- angl Paper Box Manufactory. M RS. HENRIETTA tOHNSBAQH, l E e c o i T e r , ) r « - o - pens this baKlness, af t h o Old S t a n d , 117 F i f t h S t. lietween Vine and Raco, Itnownaa t he — Great Western Bonnet Box Manufactory.— Tbe undersigned reqnesls her friends a n d p a t r o n s to   s i c. tut o • tr : —— I - . to u S a ~ " a _ B 2a n• ! • 3 3S nB 5c 2S- B3 ' e g g r j o B n S • c =' B-. 2 C S i ? ? '"' E !  ^-- - ESi. 3" i o H REFER, BT PmtMI.' fSION, TO W. " W. Gcarbarongh, \ V. B . ^ Briib and Co. . Miles Greeuwotid, Rawson, Wilby apd Co, Tyler UnvKi& on and Co." Bunnewell, Hill nnd Co. .3S. DaTia, J r . , and Co:, Tweed aod Sibley,. Heidelbuch,! >*' H M u n , npon erery description of , property", issued. opon. aBprovcd a s d U i ^ a l terma.- - - - Ds> Offlo » In Corapany^ B Bnlldthg, on t h e N . t l i i d fi ner el Kront and'Uttitiilts., 2dttory,- eBtnnC » ' on FVont. . . .'-. H B J I SY X . SFJSSCEB, l$ rM. • b.- OLAaon, Bee'y. - XMrrlb- ljii.'' PHILADELPHIA . ApVERt'M'TS ^ ^ ^ ^ . S T E B ^ E ^ ^ F N O , 1 4 ^ 0 R T H - T H I H i b ' .^..'':-;' a. E. ci. jiaBoa:<.. . 1 . c. raiBB. CLAaHORN & FRYKR, 221 Chestnot street, above 2d [ North side,] I - Importers uf English and Scotch Goods, Suitable for the Jobbing & Clothing Trade; Bnnilee Gsods— of all deseriptions, ^ PHLLADELPHIA. M. M. BAYERSDORFER, Uannfaetursr and Denier in 8TBAW A FANCT BONNETS, IIRB^ S CAPS, inCAD DRESSES and M I L L I N E I i r GOODS in general; also Embroideries, Bibbons, Flowers and Feathers, No. 31 N o r t h Second Street, . PHILADELPHIA. t a r JUiiiiners and Merchants snppliod nitb PkiMm Boimato. " je12- ly SIMON HEITER, ~ UMBRELLA AND P A R A S OL H a n n f a e t n r e r , V. VT. Oimer Market and Third streets, Jei2- i2 PHILA DELPHIA. NEW- YORK ADVERTISEM'TS. i^ chl oss^ B r o t h e r s , Manvfactnrers of UMMELLA « ( fe. PARASOLS, Jyi- iy. No. 71 Warren Stroet, NEW YORK. INDIA RUBBER C L O T H I NG Jil Jfianufacturers'' Prices. WilliauA BroiYn, ai9 Church Alley, Jan7ly JOSEPH R P I H P IL K A A DE , L PHIA. Blanulactarer of Heavy Fancy Cotton Gooda, for ] el2iy PHILADELPHIA. CENTRAL MARBLE WORKS CH'S. W. S3IITH, No. 248 Court Street, Dear Western Buvr, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Moimments, —- • Grave Stones, -- Tom'bs, And all hinds of worlcjconnectcd wilh tIi « _ Bosft3Se^..' 49P' 0n] er8 Trom t b e Country attetidsd ta, a'tid tKaV execnted witb n e a t n e i s u i d dispatch. The l » i t o r City Jteferonce glran. • - dec3IHy.- CAST- IKON . MONUMENTS. ' Tuf! uudersigned beg'sleanre to infonwtlm pablic that be is prepared ta exeCBte, 9n the shorteBt notice', a ny ardor given to him, in h is aewly ratnblished biiBinesBi of maiiufarliirini; C a s t - i r o n Monuments^ Tomb- Stoner {[ Vavtts. .. These Monuments. A c . s r s g u a r a n t i e d to keep from mating fur '.: 0' years, _ atftl i r e , SJ far as regards. i^ eau- " ;, much neuter, a n d . u bv I— I - por c e n t ceicHpur iiiRrr thoseof Marble, ofwhich. Ihe public can' be'convibced by calling nt his sbup.! B e has, for t h e g r e a t e r eoBv « - nieace of t b e public, pl^ ared « few samiilqe wilh H T . W . WisweM, No. 70- Fonn[ i st. and Krenzburg A Nnrre, Bc. 5i7 Main street, and most 1 ' Sfi^ « . v, o.. » f., iij, inTites all, who feel intere « tfld, toca-. l and convince thcjaselves. FEBDINANB DtECKMANN, jyS.] Harrison Boad, near Bencttenstein's- enrdoa. fi ® °* Particular attentiou' " vnll be paid t* letterinc . laxo. PACKET POST. S n a l ! Packages, snch as Dngerreotyp'^!', Pamphlets, Patt e r n s , « i c . , forwarded twice a week, por SteoBler, from t h i s place to all parts of Germany. UiS_ TicketB f o r t h e line ol Mail Steamers tro- m New TorlC to Uambnrg and Bremen, B3k. Tickels for passage from New T o r k to Enrapei; a l so, I'rcmall European Harbors to New York, Philiiiielpbla, Baltimore, NewOrieans, and CinoiqnatI, with t bo best packet sitliing- veaeels, and a t t h e lowest rates. -   eg to inform onr friendn, Customers, and t h e public, that ^ e shall continne and always hnre on hand, a large, well bought, nnd selected stock of G « i09S. snch a s— Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestirgs, etc., in a great variety, which we oSer for sale at tfas lowest market prices. , ftSl^ f^ othieri and Mereliant Tailor; com ing" to . hfs market, will do well lo examine our stock. HERRMAN & SCHLOSS. 02 Chnrch sireot, between Wnrren A Murray s t s . . K. tt.— Store closed, and no butinest trausacted on Saturdays, Jel2- Cm S i l k l l o u s e. ROTHSCHILD, BEKMEIUER & SALOUO , Imponors and Jobbers of 9 1 , Liberty Sireet, 4 doors webtof Broadway, NEW YORK. ' ONSTANTLT on hand, a large and varied assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY HBT GOODS, HOSIEBT, GLOVES. AND GENTLEMEN'S FOBNISHINO fj^ OODS. Now " Vork. 0ct3l- tf, " Joseph BeekeL Lewis Beckel. SETEWMAKER & CO..-. S T D R A G E , . r O R ' W - A R 1 > Kl^^ i And Ctimmission Merchants, and Agents f r r Agricultural Implements, auch as: TBBSBINOHACHINBS. BElAPER8, obB3iaBXTSBBB8. OfBce nnd Warehonse on theOanni BBBIO, near t h s Terre- Bante A Blehmond BailroadBepct,. TERRE HATJTE, INDIANA. B t r i r t , personal, and prompt aitsntiiBrpiUd ^ ^ U ConsigBmdn'ta fin- 8SI « > OT - 8bipift « st,' jHriArsBpUr facdliw .> " ties toia » nre" B » ti » racli> n. . - t^ t" " UECKEIs BROTBTERS, Sncressors of ALBERT COOK A CO., Importera & Hanu& cturers of • Spisctacles, Optical, Mathematical, . jand Surveying Insttounents, Ster- ' eoscopes and Stereosicopic Viewd of all coaatries, n t S l r ito. 19 J o h n Street, W E T V Y O R K STEINER BROTHERS   3'' i"?' i D'jnnw BALTIMORE HOUSEsT' DALL, GIJBBOJ^ JS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Fcr t h e Sals bf American Woollens, Ho. 22, Hanover Sireet, my29- iy SALTWOBS. TURNBULL, SLADE & CO., CoaHlBBinn MCBCHAHTS, and Agents for tbe Sale 10 Ameiican Woollens, No. 11, South- Charles street, ^ y 2 9 - ] y BALTIMOBB. ROSS CAMPBELL & CO., Importers c l British Dry Goods & Clothing Goods, IH EmrRT TABIETT, 245 & 247, Ballimore street, _ BBj29-] y_ BALTISOaS. • TfM. F.^ IURDOCH & C0., ( JGlWMISfelON MERCHANTS, •°'**"^?:- i— BALTiatoaa. Ig^ Woollen ft Cotton Goods. HOFFMANS A - t C , Agents for InarndbMnwrrrs of . English, German, French & Ancrloss Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, etc _ No. 8, North Charles Btreet, my29.1y JBALTIMOBB, JOHN_ FALCONER, C o m m i s s i o n K e r c h a n t, C « mer of Charles & Geraas etreets, '~- BALTIMOBS. Bos on hand. from the fiSannfi> ct  » m[ F 1 Proof, andof Iwller workninnshinand mnloriula ttananv other Safe made in t h i s or nny other coimtry- Bavlnp purchased one lialf of tho above pnlent fur i h e o n t i r n West, North and Sontb west, and havjng Jo- r completed our F a c t o r y , with all thelatestimpl'ovomeaii', and having t h e Hides^ t safe- makor iu t h e west for Its mnn » B> r, wo flatter onrselveBthot wo c an prodnee a '>*^-'' and cheaperarticle than c a n be. fotmd. elsowherp. * » *, therefore, confidently invite purchasers to oxatninji oar Btveitbipfore buying elsewhere.' nihSTt' if:^-^^'^^'^-^'""-^" i' ~ i- S. a= i^ ii, -. iS-; '. t-'- t^ AJ.' fr. 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