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Cincinnati Commercial (Newspaper) - March 31, 1867, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati commercial. Sunday. March 31. 1867. Preferred specials. To the Public. To my patrons and Tho a making inquiries in regard or. G. W. Moffit i feel constrained make the following statement of facts and show my right in claiming the proprietorship of the Cincinnati steam dental establishment and that or. Moffit had ceased doing business in this City. On the 23d of August. 1866. 1 purchased one half in Terest in the establishment and was considered a full partner according the articles of agreement. On the 21st of january. 1867, he or. A sold of pretended Hare sold the remaining one half interest a or. Whittlesey with the express understanding that be or. Moffit was not practice in this City in future. Supposing both these parties were acting in Good Faith i published my business accordingly out Lato a rents base proved that or. Moffit has appropriated him Al f that which he pot in the Market and sold i am still conducting the Cincinnati Steaki dental establishment at 15 West fourth Street and expect continue do so. But can not expect be the rival of a Man who Ean warrant amp 10 set of Teeth or make the astounding ? number of one Hundred sets per week. Ups. J. A. Horn. �110. / or. G. W. Moffitte 6team dental establishment no. �?~255 Walnut St., bet. Sixth and seventh. Yery Best artificial Teeth warranted fit comfortably Aud be useful for Only 810 and 815. The reputation of these Teeth is so Well established that comment is unnecessary. His process is peculiarly his own and persons who have failed in every other Effort can be fitted satisfactorily with unerring certainty. Old plates taken in Exchange for new work. Or. Was the first introduce successfully in this City nitrous oxide or laughing Gas for the painless extraction of Teeth and his extensive use of it for the past five years warrants him at once expert and reliable Neyer having met with an Accident or a failure always using strictly pure and fresh Gas. For using Gas Only make one half the customary charge Viz Only 1 per tooth and guarantee no pain or danger and a very Liberal reduction made where a number Are be extracted or new Teeth be a our facilities Are such As enable us turn out from dirty one Hutt dred sets per week so that persons from a distance need Only wait from six twelve hours. Mh29-3tpe political. K e g a a l a a Union City ticket. Mayor Charlesf Wilstach. A judge of Superior court Bellamy Storer. Judge of police court waiter f. St alb. City solicitor. Ii enry a. Morrill. City auditor h. H. Tatem. City treasurer e. L. Decamp. City civil Engineer Jacob Wirth. Prosecuting attorney police court c. H. Blackburn. City commissioner John h. Lawrence. Director City infirmary 1ka Wood. Trustees water works Henry torm. Isaac Green Waldo a snort term. Market master Edward 8tebbins. Inion township ticket. Mh26- Justice of the peace. U. N. Clark David Fisher. A Okenzie improved oven. T wish inform the Public that i am the authorised agent for Mckenzie a improved mechanical reel oven. Baker s wishing this oven Cau receive All information by addressing James Hall Box 272,7, Cin. Of. In Yontl mh28-5tpe agent for the soft la i and West. Iii run made order. And guaranteed fit. Also gents furnishing goods of every description. Scarfs ties bows suspenders gloves hosiery and underwear. Wilson a Clark. Mh30-2t1-ps Corner fourth and Walnut. Roots and shoes. Just received for the Spring Trade every description of boots and 8hoes, which we will sell at Low prices. W. F. Thorne a co., mh8-Tfeod-p� 7ft West Pearl Street. Married. Rabensteine Hallert on thursday March ?8, 1867, by the Rev. Or. Joel Swartz or. J. P. It Aben Stein miss l. A. Haller All of this City. No cards. Died. Fasig on Friday evening March 29, 1867, at 9 o clock mrs. Mary Cecelia Fasig. In Tho 43d year of her funeral services will take place at the holy Trinity Church. Filth at., below Smith Oil monday morning april 1, commencing at 7 of clock. Friends of the family Are invited attend without further notice. A religious notices. Peoples Church Corner court and Central a. Preach my Day by the pastor Rev. P. Gaddis at 11 a. M., and 7 4 p. Subject of the evening discourse the glorious keepers. Sacramental meeting 2 4 p. Seats free. It a Jev. Prof. Joel Swartz irate of Watt Cinberg College Springfield. Ohio will deliver a lecture entitled a acting in the living present a at College Hill Ohio on monday evening for the Benefit of Farmers College ornament the grounds my. The next Union Sah Ratu schools refi Ersal will meet in the fifth Prest Pierian Church Rev. J. B. Stewart pastor Cor. Clark and John sts., Morrow afternoon at 4 p. All Are invited. Inh30-2t mh27- Millcreek township. Xjjcstx03�t ticket for trustees Albert Fischer Joseph w. Bush 4 Alexander Jemeson. For Justice of the peace. E. P. Joseph. For clerk. J. F. Lakeman. For treasurer e. S. Bates. For constables Gabriel Dirr l. Singer. It dry a tools notions amp a. Great Sale extra rib Art bargains -1 n u0s1ery, gloves lines k embroideries at the new store 144 West four Ali Street. Bell amp Miller w ill offer on monday april 1, a splendid assortment of ladies and gents Cotton Lisle thread and silk hosiery Aud gloves laces Aud embroider is at and below wholesale prices. 500 Doz. Cotton Hose 20 cents per pair Worth 37 4 cts. Jouvina skid gloves in All colors 25. 200 Doz. Ladies Lisle thread and silk gloves White and coloured Selling at from 25 50 cents. A Large assortment of gents furnishing goods comprising All the novelties of the season at exceedingly Low prices. Parasols and Sun umbrellas in great variety very cheap. Rich beaded lined parasols at $2 b7. Silk sigh umbrellas at 1 25. All other grades at equally reduced prices. A magnificent Stock of laces and embroideries at less than new y Ork prices. ,350 Doz. Ladies Hemstitch Linen handkerchiefs at 25 cents. 50 Doz Cluny lace collars at 25 cents Worth 50. 25 Doz. Do. Shakespeare at 50 cents Worth 1 25. 20 Doz. Assorted Cluny Lee handkerchiefs Selling at from 1 25 3 50, Worth $2 50 6 50. Linen collars and cuffs in great variety. Just received a Large assortment of or. Colby hoop skirts the wonder of the age. Would respectfully solicit the ladies Call and examine our Stock before going elsewhere. No trouble show goods. Bell amp Miller importers of ladies and gents furnishing goods it j 44 w. Fourth St. Bet. Race and Elm. Hats it face dry goods notions a William Ghormley amp co., a a 26 West fourth Street will on monday .a.pri.1 1, 1sx.tha. Offer inducements persons wishing Purchase Good reduced in every department of the House. A splendid assortment of Spring dress goods regular democratic City ticket. Mayor James Safe Superior court. W. Ramsey. City solicitor George f. Woeffer. Police judge f. K. Martin. City auditor John Wilmer. City treasurer John n. Ill Gway. City civil Engineer George e. Nugent. Prosecuting attorney police court l. W. G0s�. City commissioner. John Nolan. Director of City infirmary or. J. H. Buckner. Trustees water works g. C. Spiegell Long term. H. A. Bowmans Short term. Market master 0. P. Utz. Township ticket. For 25c. 5,000 yes. To ingrain for 20c. Per cd. A special lot of Taconet edgings for 15c. Per cd. 500 Linen shirt fronts for 12 4c. Each. We will be receiving and offering cheap lots of goods each Day this week. / William Ghormley amp co., millinery amp a. W i l 8 o n a Opening and Black Tibet shawls embroidered beaded $10 $25, very cheap. Embroidered Black shawls with or with out lace. Spring 8triped shawls Paisley and Vienna shawls bed Center Paisley shawls plaid Berlin shawls at very Low prices. Silk Jacques new styles cloth Jacques. At very Low prices. Opera and party cloak costumes de voyage and travelling suits. Wilson a 70 1-2 and 78 West fourth Street. It w x a a s o 1st millinery. Now open dress bonnets pattern bonnets. Straw hair and Chip hats Flowers ribbons Silks satins real lace veils barges tissues Amber and Pearl ornaments Straw and Jet trimmings dotted nets laces a. Dees8 trimmings Amber and Pearl fringes Black and White and Black Jet fringes Black beaded Gallons Black and White Gallons fancy coloured Gallons velvet ribbons coloured velvet ribbons paper muslims Linen linings drillings Wigan sowing Silks. Spool Cotton pins Needles French corsets the Best fitting in the City. 5 Wilson a it 764 and 78 West fourth Street. Bonneville amp co. 8�r"have Superb styles of hats and Caps for for men youths and Little boys. Bonneville amp co., fourth and race. Silk hats. In the Ever popular a Broadway hat a faultless in design at Bonneville amp . Magistrates h Morris my 26-2tthsn h James Mcclellan. Second Baptist i hear Freeman �,11 or cd i ninth it preaching on the Sabbath at 11 of clock a. By elder Jacob Knapp. Farewell Sermon of late pastor. Rev. Jas. Lik at 7 4 of clock. Ape Cial meeting for prayer on this saturday evening at 7 4 of clock. Mh30-2t notices. There will be a meeting of contracting plasterers on monday evening. April 1, at their usual place of meeting. Business of importance. It attention merchant a circular a address furnished and circulars addressed in any Quantity at very reasonable figures. Also copying of any kind neatly done on same terms. Address circular. Box 1352.__it Kunin Fah hereto fore carried on at 253 fourth St. Under the name of j. Byron a co. Is transferred William Johnson. He alone is authorized collect the sums due and is pay those due by said business. John Byron. Cincinnati March 22, 1867. A a mh30-3t notice there will re one Truk tee elected Tor the special Road Village of Walnut Hills it. Auburn and Clintonville. On the first monday of april 1867, at the usual places of holding the township elections. By order of Tho Board. T. G. Harrison clerk. Walnut Hills March 22, 1867. Mh23-9t lunch 1 o Morrow morning at 10 at the Union Stock Yards hotel. Uriel Bevis Propri Krietor. Spiritual seance. 1 Farewell Benefit at metropolitan . V. Wilson and miss Lizzie Keyser. The Best Delineator of character and seers of spirits tin the world will give a Farewell seance this evening monday april 1, at metropolitan Hall Corner of ninth and Walnut s., at 7 4 of clock. Admission 25 cents. It notice. The greatest invention can of. Seen at the Galt House for a few Days. Manufacturers and Patent right men will please Call Aud exam Lue the machine. It Vethe build Kos sealed pro p08al8, accompanied by approved sureties will be received at the office of the mayor of Cincinnati until 12 m. Of thursday april 25. 1867, for furnishing All materials and performing All the labor in the construction of the new commercial Hospital buildings according the terms plans and specification which May he obtained at the office of the superintendent a. C. Nash Carlisle building on Aud after april 3. 1667. Bids be received for each particular kind of work the Hospital commission reserving the right award entire or i a separate parts or reject any or cd bid. John Carlisle. Mh-4-30t chairman building committee. To the Union voters of Cincinnati pity Union Tampa in committee metropolitan Hall v Cincinnati March 29, 1867. The Spring municipal election is close at hand and our old enemy the democratic party gathering faint encouragement from local dissensions among ourselves in various wards of the City is showing signs of life. The Campaign committee therefore feel it be their duty warn the Union voters of Cincinnati not let the election go by default. It is necessary for the peace and Prosperity of our nation and for an honorable settlement of political questions which now agitate the country that the dominant party the organization which carried on the four years of War against rebellion and brought it a successful Issue should retain in its hands the control of affairs should dictate the policy of reconstruction and the terms of reconstruct Fon. To this end the Union republicans especially in the Large cities Mast be vigilant and United in their efforts. We beg leave urge upon the Union men of every Ward in the City set aside personal animosities and prejudices if any exist and unite upon the nominees of the Union party. No better ticket has at anytime been presented the voters of Cincinnati. Let us therefore go earnestly work and give it that support which duty and right demand and Victory by an overwhelming majority will Crown our efforts. Very p. W. Pie born j. W. Sands . J. Leininger mh30-3t a committee. Withdrawn. De nil Iam authorized nay through your valuable paper that or. Joseph Sharp Independent candidate for Council in the third Ward has withdrawn and is not now that office. It a a candidate for Frank drier sex. Com. Joseph Mcmacken Jam Independent candidate fur Constable in the fourteenth Ward. I _ it Robert 8imms f candidate for councilman in s a the fourth Ward let Ambrose Hallam a candidate for con Tarle in. The fourth Ward. Lit Many voters or. Editor Plank announce the name of win. H. Glass As for re election for the office of councilman of the fourth Ward.mh29-3t h. Z. Aspinwall is an Independent candidate for countable in the eighth Ward. Mh24-9t Kentucky Central. Railroad Falmouth accommodation monday april 1, 1867, trains will leave Covington daily sundays excepted at 3q_p. For Falmouth and All Way station. Returning will arrive in Covington at 7 a. Season tickets Good on All trains sold at general ticket office Only. H. P. Ransom mk31�tiljyl general ticket agent. Notice shippers South. Ornex locis Villa and Nashville r. R., a Cincinnati o., March 29, 1867. J n r height for Chattanooga and All Ponta South of Zanre will be received from this Date. Deliver goods Louisville and Cincinnati mail line boats and get Bills lading at the office no. 17 Vloe Street. J. C. Cochran. Agent l. St n. Rrah29-3t v. No. 17 Vine Street. Landscape and ornamental hardening. Creen Shrub ac., trimmed. All i kinds of Trees and shrubbery furnished trimmed and planted by a competent Gardener. Also sodding and grading. Address Post office Box 744, or Send orders 52 Walnut at. W. Palmer. Mh30-2t election notice. Ornce and manufacture a 1 a Lnor Anc company Cincinnati March 23, 1647. J the annual meeting of the stockholders for the election of fifteen directors will be held at the office of the company. No. 71 West third St., on monday the 8th Day of april next Between the boors of 10 nod 1 of clock. Nh25. Al c. Ga58away, 6ec y. Pap13r hangings amp a. Camarg0 manufacturing co., �57 West fourth St., paper hangings a and window shades. The Lar cat Stock in the City. And lowest prices la Orient. I go a this elegant hat finds favor with Young men. Have you 6een it at it Bonneville amp ? books periodicals amp a. A remarkable Book. Heaven and its wonder the world of spirits and hell. From things Hoard and seen. By Emanuel Sweden Borg Philadelphia j. B. Lippincott amp co. Demi 8vo cloth Gilt title. A new and elegant edition on Fine tinted paper. Price 2 50. Also the life of Emanuel Swedenborg together with a Brief synopsis of his scientific philosophical and theological writings. By William White. 12mo., cloth Gilt title Fino tinted paper Price 1 50. Philadelphia j. B. Lippincott St co. For Sale in Cincinnati by re by. Clarke a co. W. Carroll a co., Geo. S. Blanchard a co., it a. r Livest a a Uris new Boeti cultural / a and agricultural Rooks. Thomas american fruit Cal Tukis with Over 400 Liht ration 3. Garden vegetables and How cultivate them. By fearing Burr or. 2 50. The Book of Roseby Francis Parkman. 2 culture of the grape. By w. C. Strong. 3. Flowers for parlor and Garden. By Rand. 93. Practical and scientific fruit culture. By Charle r. Baker. $4. A the american gardeners assistant. Revised edition by Thomas Bridgman. 2 50. The new Book of Flowers. By Joseph Breck. Al 75. Gardening for profit by Peter Henderson. Al my. The grape Kultur is. By Fuller. 1 50. Langstroth on the Honey Bee. 2. The american journal of horticulture and florists companion issued monthly 25c per number 3 a year. New miscellaneous Book. Back Bone photographed from the Edward h. a 50. By Alexander 26 West fourth Street. La a a Silks Black and White satins alpacas Lustres Poppins Black Crape opera cloths bomb Zines Scarlet and White Merino fancy Cassimeris sackings Black and Brown water proofs Black and White Marcel due skirting drillings Linen linings paper muslims wigans crinoline and goods Ftfe boys Wear. Wilson a it 76>sj and 78 w. Fourth St. Mh31-2t d e land o 74 and 76 West fourth St offers bargains in 21-2 cd. Wide sheeting at 5jcc., Worth 75c. Red0rd?red Huck towels., at 25 cents. Avite bed spreads at 82 50, 83 00 and 83 50. Marseilles quilts 83 50. 84 50 and 85 00. Furniture Chintz 25 and 37 l-2c. Furniture Stripe at 50c. Carriage linings. Hosiery and geodes. Ladies White Cotton Hose at 15c�?z Worth 25c. At 25c. Worth 37 4c. At 37 4c., Worth 50c. Ladies Lisle thread Hose at 50c., Worth 75c. At 62/stc., Worth 87>4c. At 75c., Worth 81 00. A a Small lot of la Dlesk Hose. Double heels and feet at 81 45. Worth 81 75. Embroidered 50, Worth 82 00. We Call special attention the above goods As they Are under value. 100 dozen French Cotton half Hose at 50c., Worth 81 00. A ladies amp misses Lisle thread gloves in modes Buff and White. Alexandres it pc Coursol Sierz skid gloves All the new shades in at c w de la ads opposite pikes opera House. It a a a a West fifth. Street. Cheap goods just received from auction a lot of fancy barges 25c. A lot of fancy Poppins 37$c. A lot of towels 12$c. Alot ofhdkfs., 12 c. A lot of hdkfs., hemp a 25c. J a cheap. Ajo Hiir a. Smith 22 West fifth Street. It it h. H. Breneman proprietor. Paper hangings Holmes amp son manufacturers. Importers wholesale and retail dealers in paper hangings amp window shades of frat their new Premwara no. 171 main Street fourth Aud fifth its the largest Aud most Complete assortment of new Spring styles of paper hangings be food in the West. Largest Stock and lowest Price. Mail it school Day dialogues. By Rev. Chirk. Is 50. Annual of scientific discovery for 1866. S2. Rev. My. Sub balls a european tour. 75c. A Ems of penmanship. Oblong 4to. 5. Practical hints on the Art of illumination. By Alice Dolovy. Amp. Consider a poem for illumination. 2. The half yearly abstract of medical science. So 50. Practical dissections. By Richard m. Hodge. 2. Up and Down the London streets. By Mark Lemon. 5. Books sent by mail put get paid on receipt of Price. Plain and coloured initial stamping done order r. A. Carroll amp co. Publisher. Booksellers and stationers it a 117 West fourth Street personal. Personal. A 1vlr a. Hop Kim will please Call at 170 w. Fourth t., and nettle for the Good be took from my store at 159 main St., and save further trouble and exposure it b. F. Brahm. Musical instruments. A. A. Zierold piano Forte Mani Fanti pianos and musical instruments promptly attended . Orders left for tuning at 166 court St. Between race and Elu. Mhl9-8ttuasu4 Wilson sat retail. I 189 West fourth Street it a a \ a Quot la m. H As the pleasure inform you that she will open an elegant assortment of Spring amp summer millinery c v thursday. April 4. Mh3l-3tsntu<sw special attention of the ladles tailoring Theo. F. Íiema3�, merchant tailor and. Gents furnished 140 w. Fourth Street bet. Faaee and Elton a vat received a splendid Stock of Spring and Bummer goods embracing All the new and fashionable styles of coatings. Cassi Meres vesting ac., which he is making up in no. 1 style and at very Low prices. Also a Fine assortment of gents furnishing goods always on hand. The Public Are respectfully invited Call and examine. It important gentlemen. Peter bitter ii a recently received an entire new Stock of clothing goods which he is prepared Mako up or sell ready made at unprecedentedly Low prices. Give him a Call at 212 a sixth St. Bet. Elm and Plum. Rnhl0-2msutuath c carpets amp a. A e p e carpets at less than s auction prices. At John a. Smiths $2 West fifth Street. It a called or Stock of Sipf Sajt or Paris millinery trimmings Amber drop fringes Crystal drop Fri. Jet drop fringes Crystal Straw trimmings Crystal Flowers head dresses belts. Buckles ac., a. A. Taylor no. 163 West fourth Street mh28-6t Cincinnati 0. Miscellaneous. A Brilliant a . P. Elias a Brothers have just received from Austria very larg and extensive Stock of Fine Garnet jewelry pins ear ring ac., which they can sell at one half the usual prices paid for the same goods. H. P. Elias a Brothers let no. 16 w. Fourth St. Banking. Hedden Winchester amp co., no. 69 Broadway regulation base Balla and stand. Ard Ball clubs with other implements used in the Noble game. Northern Western and Southern club supplied at the lowest figures in the Narket. Correspondence requested with the secretaries of All clubs. Address d. K. Cady a son. Noru East Corner fifth and Walnut its. N. applied on Liberal terms. It new York Bankers and brokers. Stock Bonda a Overn mint cities and Gold bought and sold at Market rates on commission Only. Interest allowed on balances. Advances made on approved securities. Particular attention Given orders for the Purchase or Sale of the Adams american United states Wells Fargo a , and merchants Union express Stock. All orders faithfully executed. J0siah Hedden it Isaiah c. Babcock Locke w. Winchester Robert m. Hidden. Reference Alfred Gaither Adams express co., Cincinnati 0. W. H. Clement. Press Little Miami b. R., Cin., H. C. Lord Preat a Cin. R., Cin., P. W. Strader Little Miami r. R., Cin., W. W. Scarborough preen Ohio Valley Bank Cin.,0. J. H. Rhodes Adams express co., Cin., 0. D. F. Raymond Harnen express co., Cin., 0. Mh26-30t triangular shape fronting 30 4 feet on Madison St., and 123 on Railroad 396 feet deep lies perfectly level and a Fine situation. Will a sold Low for Cash. Apply at no. 24 West Pearl Street Cincinnati. It travellers i it Europe. The Bank of the Jyh amp okie of Valley ill Issue letters of credit upon Meare. Baring Brothers a co., London for travel Erst expenses in Europe Egypt or pal Estinfil drafts in London for Sale in sums suit. Vihlo pm h. B. Biswell. Casow. A. L. To wry banker % and broker we Are opening new Spring styles in cloaks shawls. A and a walk i a slits. A Viry select line of Lake goods Black and White Llama shawls and Ca amp Laquea. Also prepared make ladies and children a garments dresses. Suits � on shortest notice am in very beet style. John kill i Lito a co., 101, 03 and 105 West fourth St mh31-3teod no. 5 new Street new t0rk, buy and Sella Gold Stock. Bonds and government securities exclusively on commission. Mho pm dentistry. E m i s r y. Teeth parasols parasols parasols parasols umbrellas. Umbrellas umbrellas umbrellas walking canes walking canes w talking canes walking Lanei at the original manufactory 167 main Street West 8ide.�?z.�?z167 Between fourth a id fifth Street. Masl la m. Thompson. Ext ii acted without pain or injury by laughing Goa nitrous oxide. Spragues apparatus used with safety valve attached. Gas not re breathed in inhaling. Aleo Rhi Golene and Ether Spray for be numbing the Teeth Ana Gums in cases where Gas is inadmissible Teeth preserved whenever possible Todo so. Or. E. Osmond dentist it Vine St., bet. Sixth Aud ser Emoiy dentistry Teeth Are extracted i absolutely without pain or injury at the Colfry dental association 161 Elm at., Cor. Fourth. The original revives off Nitro oxide we have Given it Over 36,000 persons without a single Accident. Our Gas is made by Sprague apparatus and is not is breathed in no bag used. We make a specially inh amp Hng trs eting. It _ of exp Hume Hend Quarter. A drs. Colton St Dunsmore. Medico . Watt both a medical and dental graduate treats neuralgia Toothache Catarrh of the Bead and All diseases of the face Mouth Throat and Jawa. A operations without pain. Pure nitrous oxide Rhi Golene Spray Ether or chloroform used As the Case require. Office 252 Elm roh28-3tthfisahu chemical works. Persian Lilac. W. Bate introduced Trade our new perfume the persian Lilac one of the most delicate and refreshing extracts Everin vented. No lady a toilet is Complete without it. For a a a psf a is Dol amp Aoa. _ Rochester b. A new York of Flat 299 Broadway Mhl-921 notice bae Hall clubs. For Sale. Fine lot on Madison St., or Covington by. Catawba Haye on hand and Lor Sale a number of Case and barrels of Catawba wine Squal if not Superior any wins that we h ave made we think it Superior any of or. Yeat Many a six Premium wines which have been so highly extolled at the worlds fair in London new York Louis Philadelphia and the wine growers association in Cincinnati. It is made with great care from the first pressing of the grape entirely pure now three yours old in Wood and especially commended our friends and the Public for table use. Yeatman a Graham. Orders received through the Post office or at 13 w. Third St., Cincinnati. Mh3l-5t All you Boot and shoe manufacturers would do Well by calling at the leather store no. 235 main at. I have on hand a very Fine assortment of French calf skins and other leather that i can sell it Low prices. Call and see Aud suit yourselves. Mh31-2t j. O. Flickner. Picture dealers attention. S2st0wid03sr of Otte. 173 and 175 main Street 1 offer great inducements a in carpet soil Clollis and window shades All Wool ingrain carpets.75c. Ingrain carpets full line.25 65c. Cottage and hemp.25 40c. Oil cloths.30 50c. Also a full line of Brussels and 3-ply carpets which we offer at prices less than any other House in. The City. Call and examine. Mh30-4t-5p i Copartnership notice. I he undersigned Haye formed a Copartnership under Tho name and Etyle of Ferris a Norton at no. 6 Wall Street for the Purchase and a ale of stocks Bonds. Gold and government securities strictly on commission. Eked. J. Ferris of Cincinnati late with third Natl Bank Chicago 111. We. A. Norton late with Mowry keys St Bend n. Y. New York March 18, 1867. May 1, will remove 26 Broad St. It off Eph Hoover. 108 South eighth it. Phila., publisher of Fine Large size religious and National pictures wholesale. Send for catalogue and Price list. Mh31-5teod for Sale carriages and buggies. One of the largest and finest assortments in this City All our own make and warranted at reduced prices. We also Call your attention our shifting top which can be taken off in one minute. Sales room 62 and 64 West sixth Street factory 559 and 561 Walnut Street. Mh30-2t-5p Eikmeyer St Shannon. Pari exposition a few weeks spent in acquiring the French language of the conversational system will double the pleasure of visitors France. By this method Persona can learn speak French in a comparatively Short time. Those who wish take lessons in that language from a French gentleman who is a perfect master of both English and French and who Cau also give instruction in greek. Latin and mathematics will please a areas preceptor this office. Private lessons Given. Mb30-3t carpet cleaning. Tent a clothing ladies a vhawl9, cloaks and dresses cleaned or dyed at the Boston Dye House. 274 Walnut St. Mh28-2tttafcu business cards. _ m. A Stesen. Oeners. So Kkt Etna life insurance company 64 West third Street Deer sir i cheerfully acknowledge the prompt payment or your company of .nio, the full amount of the policy insuring the Hie of my Wile Margaret Uburth. Since deceased of 205 Tine St. John h Ruth up Phillip 4 Hickenlooper civil topographical and mechanical engineers and surveyors . Central Avenue and eighth del3-6mtbanu j. W. . A. Holleb Lorr. Late of David Gibeon St i Creesman 4 holterhoff successors d. W. Oli Yeb. 68 and 79 water St., Cincinnati Manufacturers of a Uii very so a pure alcohol Cologne spirits end rectified whiskies. Dealers in pure Bonobo a and Rye whiskies and Domestic liquor. My 18-1 m

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